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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - October 2, 1802, Dublin, Dublin exctittlly fabrication 6f Vs Letter o CHARUS iVowr 9t tic loft Number 0f poli tical kit fartltr Olfirvatfai upon Mttfng 9f Dimagogutr aaffn Gbttrft Ctef offert maB theft not to EVERY thing that we have fince our than the opinion in as to tttid the vifit which paying irty olliwd and Mr ki GHkine Mrt Arthut ttftlw hiittfiC their e do not know that the admitted any private parties with the or wiirli the honeft Talicyrand but the Mao of the People it fa adrhittedalrnofl tfvery day perfect f iend ihip and confidence of in the the favour which lie hews to the fine w to ima y expected tn order ftew the roigbc obfotved that neiifcer bddy the iaid aving been a of wpich there js every reafon tafupr which were beftowed on haveijccn toy no raemrw fuflkiewly dwelt The at St have Charles fox 9i that they 4hetr muft ijhey had heard a great deal of ion witfv his principles and pariy potiwcsi If kftown that he was the Leader of the worn foe of of the o have fecved him as mflrutnents in g thfivPeaoe with if thejrkoew enough of contracted forfcim any great degree of mail gwat rfearsof being a mark of boftiliiy to it fliouid febring on them the difpleafufe of whom they muft nrteffarily fuppofVto have a defire to in friendfhip with that Mfniftry they were tyjiluj16 party ol Mn whether they wprp have military any honors sat tjfcafrom this fuppofe a ptevious cor with Paris iV the Man the the Britifli is bowing at the and bafking in the iavinjrjof the Mailer of rei publican a not Jttanv paces from the feertefof jifo 0fhis adu ilartbn has lately who the of the People gUfing reading lee at on the iifcfid fcience of the de as being the heir at law of the foblemai of that but who is an Englifh iby never in any way what vwrfciied his rights as a Hrittfh from hisuaffs with diOingatfhed thfcwar which has juft Bonapane within theTeiriple not has noHMght we wnit wish im Ofee how tke fafe wnTpro which of Conciliation or will make of tn defend ihe of miofli valuable fubjecl of Captain DA tvould and than owe of them to the interceflion of Charles it is not inapplicabe to obferve at the very moment this gallant and loyal officer ic deprived of againft all the of and of Fax receiving public from a deputa wh i during the and who affect to have owed afl they not to the juf of His but ihe elxjuence of Our Headers mult hqvtf in mod of rfccv London daily a from the of Citing an account pf the fceue tu Which we nave which muft have topen truly divert Carmagnole WJ9 futnd to a full of falfchuod and Fox of his faerouj jmer ference in behalf of ihr French in Eng the clofeofVhkhj Mir fiaihtjiwliy in a manner and moft 0 part of this replyjhc jtatbos is totfe at a loft to we are told that the au dience fo moveJ by that they burll imp in which they were by the Wan of tlie People do retfteipiier t fie Parliamentary Speeches re to French Fri fqnenof Bitet with tn ft airocioos rn that agairifl ihefe tieirfn and gftierofiry on Punch norloTcie jlf tuefh tb dlfcbver fef peditrtg theEnglifh Brifners ft was notorious that they were tteatcd with 4 r J London harfe ai FOXS vifit it fcrw eviaerJtthar they know nut what to The juftify ll there is a mid dte Jncobin1 in but frnm fome motive or dif cover leaft will at publicly approve the cabals is to be placed will endeavour to Weer br tween Fox and the Mil they perceive that that the burner really o rfoes bacfced with the efficient active and the mo ment they are they wilUhrow themfflves at his This is a feafonof very re fined fpeculatinn the the Brinfh Go vernment and Bank occupy the t houghs of pa triots day and There ii emongfl them an animation and bulile like thofe which are jpercliv able in a flork of crowsupn the approaching demifeofan u fortunate The accounts from Zurich very contradictory fome fay that the number of men who have entered that to defend amounts to but other accouus fay the num bers are not o A letter that 6oapea commaoded by old General have ta ken poffclfion of a very advantageous polii Jon near which commands that On the after throw ing a few bombs into the has taken a pofuion at e he expeded to be joined by the SubrPrefecl of with a number of peAlants of that The trute fur had been agreed has been prolonged for three 1 A verj unexpecled evonr hns occur which has given rife to a thousand The Landamman Duller has been earned away from hit pf his after having beeji tp gi ve rcfignatio At five JM he Berne id two of ZuricS ytftfnnbac and entered Liindam fecjufe pnfened jptdnof his requefled hm rp ign and it was be afo figncd by the otbffr of the Council r that circumftances requied this tht the Senate had a Ten ted to Dolder fijgned it wiihjTj he The five perfons befdre mentioned made a conveyed Itaguts from w here he js guarded in the houfe of of This exiraojdinary meafurc has cattfedrhe greateft apd has The Senate had no knowledge of whaf was in pre it kppwn what defign this flep was It is aiid tt was done with an intention of preventing Dolder biiwg raifed to therDiicTarorlh Under thcje Citi zent Rutteman have their But the before they will com pdfe a wifli to examine tliis bu finefs itol tu C Rutteman imd Fufsly cohtbue to perform their nt f Cantons of Argnvia Baden are in a date of infurrcdUon the peasants have rilen 4n maje and have takenporteflion of Brugg and Ltizburg and when th courier left that city was threatened with ah pro pofed af er wards to attack the caftle hi fet at liberty a perfun of the name of Sfcof itonCrVwho is detained the The faft accounts from Zurich are not of a more tranquil General Andcrmatt had taken poflellion of a very advantageous pofit ion neatthat ahd threatens to fire upon it red hot More recent ac that has carried his dtfign into exe and that the city had been fet on fire in fe veral Sept 1 The Members of the Senate who were fent to Dolder have They are at this moment making their report to the It is not known what turn the bufinefs will We learn that at Baden a pretty fmart acTmn has taken place between the infurgents and two companies of the Helvetic The peafarvts had thirty men and a great number 12 The Municipality of Zurich has pubiifhed the following Proclamation on the events of the 10 h of Septemtjer j A new event has as fad unex Iniiead of anfwering the representations of the sjnd the the Gene ral Commandant of troops appeared fuddenly before pqr gates and threw hundred bombs into by it was ejcpofed to the great eft and which it could not be dc fended without the Tpecial proretfUpn i of On his ihe of thectty pppn hi gates but wlillflf that officer touk the and was prei parmg to fend deputies to the the bom bardment It without interrup for two before the General ciould be prortiled iufjjend until fix in the that fljould be received into the his until expiration f the and thatthe hoOlrl be ftiion of one of the gates juintit he Aver frptn wVich vwiuld WUnicipality fentto at to on the a truce for without We at hit il AndrWzr it Arrived not do advices have been received of his having A rumotff on Saturday in cucUattdnin the chy of having latten W faw no reafon to this We knr jv not that remain to be fettWf beTrvVen Teaft H rKjut Could exchange of Tet h report is flill in circula thri djid mentioned thH hfbrhing wttfi more Lord WhitvVWihVemnjns at reidy to fetoftt tore of hs Frehth A to this Gentleman he ai niiftaken migrant of the fame and e remnnflrrfnctflVf My1 has1 been which we trufl he with asVapofogy outrage upon uiEla Britith it was fumoured a few days man of the tiame of Boitillerf llad at aiMfent 16 rhe Temple AJ the did not Rtall did Adi iny nnttce of Hates it is tlw Btitift of ficer and whotomrnaWcd who has It is Merry lfq with call ot fa fRctenf rriade the ipecraf difparchf tt our What motives were fertKe ar reft of for an emigrant upon the remnni releafed which we trufl he atf apology for this outrage upon uiEla Britith we know But wt of oqr in to this fub not to inflame ifheir but to point ont fome which5 be vigi lantly attended The two coun tries is materialiy in Ihu point of Any outrage committed jn this country the perfn of a Wootdl Kbt b attended ivith fuch feriouscoafeqnences to if the Govemmeef houfd no give for his imme diate becaufe coiildf At all tinies appeal to a Court of in a very hort periodf of a farir and imftfrtral trial before a Britifh who do juftice his and reftore him to Kis But tRe cafe is far otherwife In The Government there might aired a and niiro in prrloor withriut bringing him fo as long as they Onthis accofint therefore that greater vigilance is neceffary on oor and ft is this cnatidieo that makes us hopfci If the refpeift to the Britifh officer be as we ftated that dtit Minifters will prefent a dignified and fpi demand ample Yeflerday arrived a from Hambnrphv Ir brings ndthtng Although fomeremonffranCtS againft the plan of indemnities continue tt be there is no doubt that it wiH be finally arftngeJ nearly on the laid down by Francearid Switzerland is involved in all the horrors of Civil The attack madeupon Zurich by General Andertnart appears to have entirely alietiated the inhabitants of that city from the Helvetic Govern as they are now equally difpofcd with the confederacy of the fmaller Cantons toeflabiifh an independent whilft the Helvetic mandant is determined to if an into the city with A report pav ing gained in confluence of the Ffertch Minifier having received a courier from his than a or Grand as to I e appointed in the pet of Citizen theLan that Magiflrate was thenekt day carried off by and compelled to fign a refignation of his An aclion is dated to have taken place at between the Infurgems and the Helvetic in which the former had thirty men killed and a great number It is difficult to at the prefent What turn this difpute wjll take but it clearly appears that the fpirit of opposition to the Helvetic Government is increasing every day amongft the inhabitants of Louis the XVIHth is recovering from a fevere illnrfs j he lives in great bat attentively watches the courfe of and feems to be of opinion that time may yet befriend When the King of Pruffia was at the unfortu nate Louis Was ipnfioed to his but the Duke and Duchefs of Angouleme went to pay their homage to the The circulated in of a treaty of and gains tme credit on this fide of the TThe innV ence of the French at Peterfljurgh iscertainly great and though it is impoffible to attribute it to any one it is not unworthy of that the principal of the Emperor regards Bonaparteu a Di and isinceffantly extdlling hint With This Prime faysa private letter received jiisedu cation under whom theyiciflitodeiof rhe revolorion conducted to the guillotiafei The Firft Conful is alfb in great favour with the Emprefs and his influence has not been diminished by a very handtbme lace of which lately made her a Enthufiafm fpr Bonaparte is of courfe fafhionable in Befides the two original Letters of Snakfpeare addrefled Lord which have been lately difcovered among the Dor fet the correfpondcnceof aiyl with Charles Earl ot moft The letters of Nell Gwinn td that man throw light da foitfe of meafures of Charles are extremely interefting ffdm the anecdptes comaknrd ia It was n the exprefs defire of the late Duke of the Duchefs is now giving thefepapers to the Laft wek a copper vveighing was caft Berfham iron fur the Ravehhead Glaft metal was melted th five each containing four tont building was fecured fronji intenfe Heat df the cafling bjT a Wrought iron carriage with eigfit been to convey It to the place of its On Monday an wai tried for obfrcne and indecent It Appear ftdtemcnt of who was Counfel r t that thclfc prinU did not merdy contiit a fentatJon but a refinement on ihe geaeral fb diffeminate thefe deteftsbie art i to the morals of eighty i The pVnieipal wirhefr for theVrofee tion VMS Rt who lUted nn diced to the Acquaintance of Whom I pirinafoil an indecent aiid was to call the f lowing day for couverfation t thctti relative to the fort bad the latter that he vifitid rottenhan and had an exceHeat fet of cbfbutri whom fcrved With prints ofthc defcriStmw ftued in the and who paid hfatibtt for Tfcfetuitft tbek appoii BtcdwiAjl of the prifoner a large toifc 6T four orftve dozen but when the tartar ttMf were fo be could nS w wirK fuch tidmbet and thit tDpeartidM bit A for the watched which i op at 4 at leave If Jie had a fale r w Wttrch he teplfecl fold orid 4 alfo laid he IcrmltHree liadieV School ftad eiirtftant and liberal fetit found Afc by out On Saturday laft ah ftcfore the of ddictcy fnAid us tq not unknown dif the to write bthij JL had XTtfchdant and hit tt the couTclTcarce keep their before the ralTcdaad drcxllktedfiicft1 MI vac flock of thofe whd Toted in While the dint lavrihed prodtuctoT Heulti dtrtaiyled the vuSiuiy ovc the Court yai received J bV for that reward he mandtjd for WhoW of jncliidingthe compo fitionOftlie lDCCrn Whlicti the Dcfrndaut Pcfcndaiy frorh the htfftfngi days of the pefenMt absolutely refufed to r but to glrlng him cage PlaintiffuirilQupon the eriatjifibrdcd a coodf IHon from the Defendant in wBich Oicd Senator had nude fuch ntfpable tholgraphy every that years old would have been for3 It appeared the Plaintiff had taken uncommon pains rh promoting the election of his and in afterwards furnifliihehiV brain with materials for an lie had his maiden the delivery of whidvio the Houfe of have occupied hour and tea fn Plaintiffmoft fatMfodebrHy nude and tfce without any gave him a vcrdia tor the ftilf We feel much obliged for the following parti culars relative to the fcortunee Captain whkh hip was faid to have been totally loft in the On the 8th ot September tha For til and failed from ihe with Dutch troops Off board for the Onthe loih up for the in a heavy gale 6f ffotn which blew fo hard that ic pilots could venture Tho Fprtunee Diamond ftrufk feveral in go ing in and owing to ihe pilot miflaking the rhe ran on which the Diamond coily efcaped by comng to an In courfe of the night the ftorm fo much io it was the Fortunes he beat off her rudder and was filling very whfti the crew defened The Diamond kept firing guns of difttefs all night j but it continued to blow o very that n alfiftance Could be given The next morning he was got into the On ihe ijth the weather m when by geat exen ions of ihe Caprain and Officers of the adiAed by the crens of the other Ihe and is now afe ancliored in the Diejvwhere he is getting in jurymafts to ceed to accompanied by rfic By recent accounts from the Weft what betweet djfeafe aiid the Cdlony of Domingo is faid to be in a very diftrefled Out of 500 people who embarked a kip brely ar rived upwards of a hundred died of tM yellotv fever A contribution of teii millions of was laid upon the inhabitants by General Le of which the half was to be imrnddiateiy of thisvkind in itht French It it faid thftt land ta the amount of twelve hundred thoufand livrei hss been bought in France for General LeClercs fince he has been Gover nor of Scotch which were re viewed on Friday laft by Hw Majetty on AuSford the of George 11 who often took great pleafure in demnftraricg his partiality to the When once reviewing them in before a French and a the Houfe of HsMajefly afked the Royal ever fee a finer Orps They very fine Corpi indeed t but I think to the Gent Did yoor aolajeftv ever ffc thrrrt The fomewhat rtcitlecr at rhe abrupt and unexpecled in aUufion to an of the Scotch vrho bad once defented and driven the into the faid His but my Scotch Greys have faeu them I
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