Dublin Journal, October 5, 1802

Dublin Journal

October 05, 1802

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Issue date: Tuesday, October 5, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - October 5, 1802, Dublin, Dublin RATIBB i 5 fourth Sitting the Deputation held comnnencert by fend acMrcfledlo tie Ex fibiiofilte Eriptrer advtcii of and l the woiild be writing on the it height pint jig tp cuf inaniferted hUnVertaffy the hayiftg their cistfini againft the plan of Indem d ny the Minium of the Mediating Powferij otation KaVtiererVed to thtmTelti ill the j tUcjf U their duty to iriaVe and Ifitf ers ujlgeonvifaci4 tKel they promift the admiffion and Imperil it Utility to fet out iatentrynof n wiake all ttte tfr whithihey ire amndby their and br the duties wlildi re from iu the treaty of 1uneriUe that the ideJt of includes all the which a legal dircuf fioh of Wlhe parts of plan fail to give rife that at the and Concluiurti tould b R rial PletiipVuenliiryin ii j i Ihc jufttce of the k ebnfannnble and their for HttCtv iftflt of tWTfctaty of at otddiberationVwith impire of theiithjnlju the following Note was in by the Frenrh 4 The of the French Republic fo the Diet of thfr German Empire hashaatncd to tranfmit tbliis tiovtrnment ihe Rcfcript whkh vtfr DepiitMion of the in their fitting of if andeumnuiilieated thcjuhderfigned on ttehas it in comtaiulowtolttbmili to thi Dcputadon thefollowiiig that his in rhe of an iijulr 1 Accor F f tlieactfoitntsftaf The of PaflVan the oterttiro the of tbe Peace of fcqathce dchyed the tiVetce tttat hTipoirtiiiitpirt of tit Ihittft tUele ilf rt1 n ft Ar i Actinictime of themdm ih the iiWertinWto fuch or 7fry liftfirrertTain to dVjuftice foutidedupJnrtheeleattft principles f the nature jbf before the Wntn fecncratbe the Deputation fliould occnpy tffetf witblheeiaminatjpnof the obfer made its and to infer from esaminitioa of etcbxrfthofe what U will be do the vj I drtrtriifying the numerousMccttlar Princei wwi cbrtCderable they mercljfhaWJni viewtfie indemnifi Archdake and to apply to that objcft thefecular The plan ofthe Court iJfVjiennH territory to the to flrike out Bavaria from tfte numbct of the Powers and Whichi reign in the ihupfe him Wvto forget all that of doptagajnft the not to fuffeir wea which arointercOed in nuintaininga Oerj if the balance of Europe Auf be great and it U of Gtnnaiiy that jBayarla fliuuld if iu mod States iadependence evejry inomcnt nonor cf this ancient fcdtration fuffcr by the weakenittg whole fo contributed to tlie Cotntniffionde It is acknowledged with fenllbiKtythat the two Powers have wifhcd to fake tipon tKtmfehfts the mediation in ap fo complicated and and to cattfe IsjrfcVvedlfor r r 5vi lation pei have dreozzi w arrive It may be but jio ce lire for many Make choice of him who rcfemblM yeUtvPMf Children the cfcildrtn them wtltloVi at u On rhe rhe Qhief Con to view the annual exhibition On the atfrt feveral forei oiv his being appointedi lian but to the Prefiaent of is Ten with eight nundreditroops 6n the the andap V ceroing the affairs thy may be at tiiey wjll there itikewilc have no great mind pf the Emperor Alexander futfer Wm td Wjc flj of inm if and wf wife iJemnity due ta the ftiild fliall his to the td rtttivfc cfton at it it t an to Fit thefame rifturtd takelfitd foon ilTHjIe the for the not difpenfe With Vhaking known thefull of i plaj into executioit v iaod Ruflian ef of ulii their jniluence ff the not long of the Wredliced i to the the Hereditary of his Sereiie the to change ihaDpparrwcntal form of diVlfion the French b trmruiled ate 40 taike thelitlej of overhors Prefeiilt are to cortefpond with and they are to correfpond win the allotted to him as Indemnificati wltlchare neceflary to lie reftorajrottof the naturally and unaltcrablyuudcp Hie pfotciftion of the itlcdiating and tliat the nc1 ad tpmt ifOlaUi llemaiu tlic 4 f i l AtIn firitradyipe the jtatlonwijStVernetato thole without any fault the Alter cnm irnunicaied to the two hefore Bavaria muft be fJ lie u hkcwi to ap jprefs to fe eeli bciflg obliged ttx make i have been carried of but he has bteii CQittpcHed to thisixy the neccirUy of jiifl aqd pftf tn Jie cutef a5nji for die brave At the lame time the RuUiaii Baron The His Inpcrin Ernperor of all the the Deputation Of lift German bar been infonped of a of the date of thUdafii which has been given there to be in view nature of long di d his furprife that the in fich Urgent ciic fix beflVrehe manifefled to to a re MjHkh had itji ilbrrtediate Cow lufiim of the1 to on the parr of be t and the Pdrputatwri Uio ild continue tTi ne Wijlvitlnr Miniftets of the Jniperial yMid to the reprefeiitarioni ipade to v thirn by ihe The voVft of SiXmy jbai been convened into a C Billows trhe the rcafoni conuJned in the to engage the Plenipotentiary of rmperial np Iphger to sccefljoq to ia the name of the French ReipubJif o the of the Refcript delivered to the Deputation by the Subdelegate of Bohe of communicated to the un derfigned 00 the a The undcrflgried only refer to the tcuti of the Kote he deiSvcredon the tering into the fatfts whirli ttiok plactbcforev or which haveoccafidncd the ctmnexionbetwcenRulliaaiid He nuiffj again chat Ru Ilian Majcfty haj fumciently inaniCcjrted bis fentimcnti of and the part hetakes in the promotion the welfare and due balance ot the German in the De xvhichi in conjuntStion with the ifirft he commonkated to the HisImperial can only expect the fulfilment 4f that Declaration as His Maclty the Empe ror of all the RuffiaS views tlic Hereditary States of flic EleAor of the pojldllons allotted hiui as In as neceflanr and immediately under the protec tion of the and doubts netthat the low4 of Paflau without be delivered up according to its BARON VON H communicate it fooijf ptfitthlu tb ihfWInifters of ijirtljtof f will give at the time W that its DC ijie terw whjeh ft is will not hive for its tbe tnlftake with to the reb turns which fliUft between the and the faid M t t The lateft Paris bring the important in telligence that the Ernperor derirjiany the medium of his M nifter at abfolutely tr ratify the Conclufumof and thai the MOiHeri of the King of PruQia and the of Bavaria have dcmorided that laion ihould proceed t regulatethe Inderruiities iu conjuiiclion xvith the French fnd MiniftetSi without pperiition of ihe Imperial Plenipotentiary x If the Emperor perjifli this Germany again be pot d t all of but we are flill inclined to Whatever he may ertdtavour tf tbe Btah of the Ijddaimtiitiei by will in cf involve himfelf in a the pi which it ii fo eafy FairjneiBr a fillau diene was on Mondny evening reprefeijtation of A BM for a Wifeby ah At oc Fire I was given by fome the ThePiay W sftop of At this a affrighted beyond fieffelf from the gallery into the cir cumllahce which feemed to realife thennott dread ful Every perfon rufhed tnttantfy towards the door fome were crufhed to death by the more were either or wounded by being trampled upon when The accounts received latt night Hate the deaths to be ttt Seven prid of the bruited and wounded io Thiriy j Theruf fian author of this fon which there was not thefmalleft is yet undifcoveredjjbut it is moft tlevomly to be wilhed that the efforts of the Mngiftrates haveoffered the fupi of for nis the Prince deBntiilionhas been owing to firft coofufion of re He Wai born at and Gap the Britifh Navy his name is late Prince of Bouillon leaving tq Captain DAuvergne his all property in The Captaintook the and his right to do Ib was recognised in Speaking and Frenchmen he by our Commander of our Ships on the Jerfey ftation and the obje0 of he might fuperuitend and alfift ihe projedls of the French Emigrants ion the coaft He was General of all thofe in connection with the Inftjrgents of La whom he encouraged and When Peace was he went to of the late Prince de which is very WherharfuppbTmghim orfrefentful at the calamities KJ htid occafioned to he was atrefted but Merry claimed him as a Briiifh after five days He was fet at He has not the we is on he ground that the late Prince de Bouillon was an rt tra Ve thebetter coaflof thing before ihe town j been In an official manded fueh a rendei its Miniftet ial Departrn to believe rineand which are to and Talleyrand it The journey and the meeting propdfed betweenWnii Pruffian Mnjefly ai are the fubjeiJlof general convei tered for this journey by the politicinns feems nothing more natural u by his ihould endeavpiir to confidente he mUft defire in the minds of hiineW f i V Vlll J r m t i Unicprn board going son paffed the Sn the on its voyage from the Nqrih into theKaftern From His Imperial Prince of with qf RuflGan OttOf far from prepariog ju ft a in thewuntrj vifit to orne ht retires from it he will pointed Ambtflador f to The French feem to look ujpon Egypt as being j Will almolt their own as if they umi ferved it as a cpnqtieftl Qf De pubMfhed immediately the authority and of pC it alrhoft at this in the acliial pofTef fion of And that writer in the icourfaof his folicitous chiefly to v Mr a native of made hU debut at Drurylane on Saturday in Sir Benjamin and was rc ceived with great whctfe Chriflian name is is called by his intimate the little Merry t he written to a few years with an offer of a very capital by a Maj nager who had not adted altogether upon the fqaare by him in the courfc of aformer connecli n j to which he wrote the following humorous anfwer Though a little Black Maward like mine has been eibibited upon your hoards to the of the yet I wa curfcdly Bit by when you lob bled the Fruits of performers I have made up my mmd that you mver Dull Bites of fifes has caured great alurm ini London during the lafl In The account from are numerous twq left than fix bave taken and all and According to Come of confiderable French may improve as a to the biff The of Eu he reign of do npt hafiUy abandon any ofaggrandifement whjch have ohre And if our pany had reafon to dread Eafler p aifu i eclly t hat reafi in full Extra3 of a Letter frotn The brg of from with gun arrived here about morning and about feven the was difcoveredw Wj on The crewr immediately quuted sno fhortly fhe blew up with a dreadful explo Are happy to fay accident happened in and the the cargo is faved no account whatever can W given luiw this accident The Duke de ia tobe releafed the arrejR under which he was in of an imprudent applied to at the Theatre in A new Ifland wtis difcovcred in the Ocean on the 22d of Surgeon of the in his from Port Jackfon to on boatd the Hope 28 miles 163 R named it Schanks in honor of of the Royal Its length is about m or fix breadth a little Price of EnBlifli Oclobcr 3 per per 8 ;