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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - October 7, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                fe ing 21 eight oclock in the even ftgof the 18 Wattevillc arrived wearing tn his hat the red and black corkace He waited irOmediatey on the was fettled them Snfpcnfion of for Jthat fpart of timcj that which aflotnea the name of tire jtffrernment with all its Itayt tfie fliaHfbfniflj the ucccflary ac for the removal of the faid Government to r This Convention was concluded in confeqttence an obfliitate Wider rhe walls of commanded tomrxifecl of from Soleu PeutlLacf Dolders from the the Peasants into the which da noVWrtgbtit Town Effinguer fort IIH eyes under a agretmWt coujd be and the After a at the tllttrpers prbprifed to is they may jjfnciouareception at Thy de Vaud is in motion PeaV iintt are up whether to fupport tjtj fc recalled by the tiiriclH lefttoi heavy by forced is ling fhe is between the army which at and that of the final Janr Comprehended in the ill be entirely oh the 2gi named their tothe Hie All the foon enjoy the reno authority bt iis denvVigadesprornifed by are to come from Italy and cannot arrive yvithhi Iftfs than fifteen the wjlll itjai expecled that France will ihrnk ini oT Conftitution now A The Caqroni fhail e ich have jnoo th time tp form cich ilii m Gbvf to itk iu nam of con feteiyt the t T aiUhWefli a general tt organise aCen Ural in the firfl tie hami v 1IU 3he be charged with the management of polif and rela of a general Military OiaJJ have the guaranty the Caatpnal Cdn It Qiall decide the t hat on jHjea of well M that rifc bkiween tod ftall to it fox Every Deputy to the Centrat oWernnacnt fhall be nftUcmnlfied by tne Canton by Vf The new yet had at o chnfe one to unite fothe of tlic otlisr Vr The Cmtonal Oivefntneni Iftiill aU jth tthich Luvc not been expreftly delegated tip the Central For fome days thwe has Keen a talk of treftof feveral Jacohit by iIVlpuniiWvPrefiBci rtf after his tnftalla to have 6eenmuch dangerous than is axJcnow have ufrdthe tyrnoC tovlejpvi ftcref lThisis fciflory of Two after arrival ry dan that thV a Genetatrv rid in wai at the of offiffirs of i ht trOD rjg jh g of t6 cernt4 rajjfeV Brittany feclttioui ir the Tyrant o w ere printed and alrhough Qtfficer was vvhiHly rgworant of the In confequence ofrhts fee to feiied in ijie place where and the commandant oi tlf ifee to arwft rhe cmrnnndant ThetAyyn but he refufed tbe nn room Or of his be in the as h had liiformeif He then addrnfcd the Civil thebund tliefri feducedj in the worfi The commandant of the town in formed of ihe defiant to have him arrefte9fc efuge in arid the M protect if M hould be foughi lar Upon this the ordereda jMneral apd when all hAd7 martWdout ot the he ordered hechierof ihe to go pnd the commaftiant of but reiured Mpunier ap plieJ to fome Other who under of thi dangerto bs ipCurrett in arreli General at the of his the Prefer fpoke to with fo much mid them fo fenftble of ths yet greater dan tier in perfifling In iheiis that after long theyatlpngrh the rtrfolmUm the commandant the was The jfoldiers appeared f moment difpoQrd to defend hjm j but thegar ifon having itfelf into two one of which faboiiited tft the It txcarne more eafy to keep theVeft in the whole terminated in anrj fvmb attial fed i whLit fuppr Dn th iollowing day we c to each Gf andcon dufed the heftill iThie of and and thuf oimd a as fay the moft cdn roui that has ben M ihe geroui fecrrcy which hut baen offiuh a It was vaguely reported at Paris that and at I hat time in a tery unquiet tutbulent rio panicuiars were fwceo Vienna and not feem at But kit inclined to gite up Paper ConfatelijSt iRfedi m dif vlti gifenteoTqrhjfe regard plan dem nitjet projMfed by hefe voter Readers TebdiRrjdifpenfe with any farther tedious State rhe of Foreign The Commandef of the Danifh 19 Jinownto have long wirh the Firft Conful ban a the informers fpies of rleclinedali the fom the nruls he atthe ft k ti U oFtnepeacei General like w iih t he ihtwgsv i BUN a main is too to be iiualJyflighted or to make fimet advances pcriTolf CounJelior of Stare to his VfMs de itous to tefjiecl fentiments fhe of public VVhar dirl he rAeafurev n the but Pbwche and Cionf il ijifetfted nre to infarrrt you of Afwr con a ftt not pfefent feert 1ny General a ferences between of TripriHv have been At no Danifh is for Tri twten etfofts and comiprornifes pthcrjPotters kite Wqrfdl faitger mfejfteTd by of roboersl V n Ih fcttler1 froife Jhe idifthiffSl oif Offaid it n iadopted by with a view to conciliateItfoffcai to his iti ft it quite in character for IUKIO make this double ufq of a tranfa5ljon flUtvlhg frntri another The plan of efpioanagev ried on under of maft haye beerj to a rpjmof declared oi prerdorn but we hve to from ihe that Fpuches crime washis being a jacobtn of arty ieuJarty odibas af the CbBtttlar Court E tWMgiretiirBinginto Z it mJ I k iih tlw to in Morrau inw Bodyfc then name him GrandOfficer of the bm he deign to is quite Y if he hAd not tuppocted tiy Vpur of rclled one GortTillsl ow ii a hom even refMftd ttfrHe with hirt of dVfi ifl fjfcitmata CkttQ Bonaparte kail thisadvantage over themi thai they are flill rrre France than the rfliaikle of pprern mene t jjsiiejf horror ithao of diflinclion found a Fieiichrrta iPefterday His Majefty reviewed of Light Dragoons on AfhtWd here a great jcoflcourfc oFtKe firft tef Mayfly arrived on the ground ond the i T tlieTRegimeat and lar rtie fjne apf aid And clijen ana AntJ the uhUorrnot this beirrgdiffereht from aH Key Regiments f Lfyht went th reludVaht to pay the hohiiklirs cvhich Antotlter Letter It is faid that Morrai a marter jf to hi Officer oE the Wjt not made its But it the of will renounce hispnnciples by atrept If fhiuld refqlwg Mann or receive the The Officers of the be limilar Gtiandl The Conful himfcif bai the dippfafof rt as whM to be may The produced fame dif Tvvo Ibr in fiance CowhcH of and the Preftrcj of P4ritf patted in A tcalfoUbe die wiUobairi Copful htmfeif all the iwrs the names t hornhelia heard Jpeak or w horn he has iwwtked parO and JvfcefHte give Happy are they ivhc printed tihis He U a who I ofgivinpf his c accords th u have raifed lihri to wtv M back the and La Tour ri in the raplt the wrote with his own one of the that theoldtft Marechalidfeloges of the gtthent hould have been put ia ihit aid that de la Fayette and Maubourg voted agaijift the Cnnfulajjelfor and afTigiied jreafons for in a cry long msid QCT03BR According to intelligence the ma jority of the Depuration of the Empire are deter in the event of the Imperial Plenipotentiary ptrliHUig in his t6 ratify f he Conclufum of the 8ih to proceed to regulate the Indemnities with France and commmvcating wuh ihe Winirter of His Imperial A private letter from Hamburgh that intel ligence from Vienna hid reached that in Jimperor has recalled all and private foldiers Majefty is tstremely difTatiified with the procnjawigs nod the diflatorial meafures of iht me diating The of Courier be fandion of appoinitnents I gp Hegiment Vlieir bufintfson and marched after which it tV hen i he moments commence which executed with the titnioif rapidity and The were admiraby both in and and the general Royal Hignneft the hi Chief came firward1 to tje Command aiid enprefled His Majeftys approbation of the appearance pe nee of the in very fiaitterjog and ftrong This is the fit ft time the rgh Light Dra goons has had the honor of exerciling bcflore His rcirrwis gr ar creait on tne umcers or the fooh in the courfe of little than and a from a arrived in this Country tfe end of 1798 from the Weft of not more than thirtyfive wornout recruited and farmed both the men and hotfes of the Regi to its prefent and difciplined On evening Doyle arrived intowiifmm but laft from G The Colonel was charged with difgatches for Govern ment ftoinfi jHji Royal Higfinefs the Duke of i Yeflerday Lord Keith was made free of this and received i fword of of 100 for his gallant fenrices rendered this xvas unnn rnottfly voted tb him by the Lord and Common h appears that the malignant much Hiil Continues torage at Bal a fme other It has been the of a great fln gnat ion of octaiioning every perfoh that Coqld aff it to fly for into ihe Health Offices are Phyficians appointed to them conrinue daily to give accounts of the grefs of the by fiaiing the number of perfons who or die are happy to find that their accounts In he lafl Papers are fa the jcold weather no foon fjop the progfefs of the for this Accounts from the Ciiy of Wafhington that President of States Wferioufly indif From the 3d it is On Friday laft anchored at Fort John ft the French fhip fr6m the We Underfland that this hip was a Sloop of War in the Brinlh fame when com manded by was carried into Breft by now in the merchant A brought to Norfolk by Captain abontthe zoth Jljy every Whire Inha bitant of the Hand 6f Tonugn was murdered by the Negrues that the moment the information wai received atihe two full of were from that the A Gentleman in the houfe of a very very jealous that almoft every apartrnjcru contained a portrait of his requefled to replied the Be verv there is no trutting a vvo man out and i am m6re eafy in Fan cying my eye 19 be at upon The grand bufinefs o been An nmrnenf country niu in perpetuity to the prefer t amount of yieldmg four rtJI decline for many towed continue a would w to tr is a cuntr jv thef u reductd J give and ofthii and i Hyled are other Gentlemen diffeeJn rtirne Qiiry from CouAfelt It hii Ltotdttip rd Prefidtncyii like 116 JikkX A oftlhatice H k o u inid it i in ne tint tlif principal i ire of ihe Emperor Alnaedet f hiir an erithul whom the viciflifOdH dembedio in great laydur ence has not i lace olf which he very lately mar EnrUfiafm for Bv naparte ivof 1 onableat it The hiftory pf ReWeideV who M the care of Prince is cqfiw He was one of the whom rates fentencedt to expiate upon Sainre Gtirilottne himftlf upopr hearing and being rhotigw not carried to the frfehdj fuecft in recovtring and be efcajpecl jpto where his old fee hat hjn proi Romxne is trie author6f that ridicuW 1 hicb kwwi not ftill tolerates m the A 10 the arhburit jf I mitied within on a greatB houfe in the Bankeif having refidtd for ing arjd principally at mtt fT joymvnt of a gen from an intimacy with he confided him his intention of fettling there in few took to wlticl he lifts In couVfe cf avquamtsuce the Dtjclor endeavoured to learn Tobmers forged a fet ter to Bankers in toivn defiring they f mit him in On the fame evmikig they wrote down I the Bank at that This led to difcovery of the fbrgeryf tit knew could have An eiarm was and rwo of the fireet cfliuers into trie wrcuBCjUaricSpj but the j oung d6c1op had decamped on the preceding lifter beingI On gwmg to was recovered j and at the endortementof Tcvmers naire on rhe Bank Pod Bills is a for the parties whJ negociaied hen rnuft bear An Englifhman returning from what is now called a irfp to the that fend ing at and returning the next dayv was if rhe French ladies were not like a blooming rnfe very replied you truftjo your but if you take the trouUero con lult he refemblance In a few days iv hen n young lady was going home by herfeli in the duflt of the a ftout fellow macte up to and prefenf ing a demanded her The lady immediately you fhall have my it is not that I care but you have fo that I lhall not be able to walk home j 1 infift you will wke me under your and I hall then you my money rrioft So Hie laid hold of his and he abfolutely efcoriea her i ill lie came to her own when ihe offered him her butW refuted accepting and left   

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