Dublin Journal, October 9, 1802

Dublin Journal

October 09, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - October 9, 1802, Dublin, Dublin FOREIGN Yeflerday morning at two the Pailoffice was furrounded by a of people waiting the arrival of the cou rter frtfftk They were loon inforfned of the Events which had Occurred in that Oders k VrerC tforhedjatetygiven MA the Municipality to prepare or the Members of the and 10 have guard at iheir com fix in the evening a difcharge of twelve of cannon announced the tfntiance of the Go The Helvetic are aflembUng Morat Tne trench Minifter Tikewife left Berne on the and arrived June yefterday The following sfccounr has been pubi filed by Prefers of the proceedings at Berne The Qavt rnrnent has Acquainted theNaiona in the evening of the after a can nonade of atont an whtch very little Citiaen Commander in Chief of the after re ceiving authority to thai with the leaders of the Infurgems in the the Con vention ftipjofned i in cftnftqMerice ojT which the Members of ihe G wernrnent refolved to remove to with a pan of thefe in employment of fcrinifticeberween tne Heretic which We attacked the Convention n 24 lift Hie IwtteA W the trpapt irrami tihtatii from tfct1 the car ind the neceftry facrti fr of tWGownnwoVand thofe in every oftwenty of ncttfftry tff fefvo them a belonging to the The awdother ttrhieh cannot be ried be aud remain under the gua trance bl the The fide and wounded Ibldfeff fln the hbrpnak be lakra care of arid few to their The tauten 6F thetroops in arms Berne en Gbvcrrifneotf a ffetfttkflagc to tke frontiers of f Viudahd Iriburg an of the1 Mtobewfcf orauy not to aeconiparijr the overnment they hall have pafiporti to follow it it tW liberty they be obliged to leave behind tntir fJnsHld attd theft OtaO be The of he in ugamft Btrne dUttrrefbeAflfeir chstraifUri and promlfe to furnifli them afcaaVttme tbtir removal the under orders allot Helvetic troops ondetached fer are piffcd iu the prefcat and rejoin the Hel Wtit vt iU departuir from Any with train ofar tillery for thit pwrpolc eourien ihali hcTmnwdiately to the Seritrjrf irad to inform titemoftheprefent Thdc troops liallmardj without The Other eotwnnt In tgwnft the Govcra IBeai are eqoally included in the prrfcni Until the junAson of the abovementioned detaeh have been the troopi in againA IheHelvetie Oovcriiment flull nut enter the territory of the of Vaud Huftilitics Oinll not take rftocc on either a Security for the performance of the prciifat CemttatkiBV etjual rank hall be recipro tomplctc execution of aU Such may Appear doubtful if ne be by on both in the Dndft and agreed upoa at Signed IbetWrnaader of UkvHchretic CtmtatieJt ttiwtp fbt ttimMputoy Ztirltb and Ctmmiffarj Hthitic Different jtiliiies between the Helveiic tioops and the luhabi ranfiof the City of Citizen Commf larj of Covernoienr jvinue nf his full taken himielf the office of in upon the following Municipality of the City iVrfc3 The CoUunhTary of jjri to the Tbjinftrien of military uf that that he will eifablilh no tfafe but wfli pcrtbnalty repair as the chief ptdceolthe bringing along with him only a jpfecet All part proceeding fltill be buried in All the llihabftjrau ttf welt as all the of have taken part in the late are clif from all consequently all thofe Oft eioHsr luleihitve been nude or arrcited ly civil w fliall be inllantty fet at Jf there be no other accufatton againd lit Immediately after toe lining Dn the fpecdicft memii will be ukcu tu put an cod Jiu alJ lioltile eight oclock in the name of tkc Signed u nine in the Signed Conuniilary of the Sept are informed from that tlvuCuy on the to the amy of Erlach rne Articles of the Capitulation are not All perunis detained for poliieal rea fins ate to be frt at liberty the public Ireafotei aie to be delivered as as the arms and the town receive a per funs and property are lo be The of f this dny firing to a corps of reinforced by the inliabitijns of the Canton tjie Prefel had Itoety 10 retire to with two W hi formed rhr garrifon of the i following U fummarjof the ns which within thefe few in the interior of The proceedings with refpedf to the refulted from n temporary coalition kvuvcen ihff Oligarchy and the Patriotic party at In the pcrfuafion that Doider generally were incltried to enfprce hrl dtf This tneafure wak previoufly difcuffed at the houfe of Citixfin Minifter of Police and of and it was executed with the con currence of the Senator Commandant of the Arftied by a numberof the young mm of both But tre French as well as the having highly dtfnpproyed this revolutionary pioceeding wttb VefpetH tothe Firfl Mapiftrafe of the Helvetic Trib ler and Vonflue gave in their whohad been carried tfi at tha new Mem bers of the Executive Ooncfldid nof appear ling tq eiiter upin therJtfcUarge of their the SfhaVe confirmed Quizuns and in their refpetMive by a regular on the i6l Citizen was ftrohgly inclined to have quitted cfftifcquvnre of the above in oder to return by thf Urgent re quprt of the liigheft OnScers of the he was induced to change his to remain in Citizen Kahn was to the Adraini ftrationof the Police the difmiffion of refufing to accept the employ the office has been its func fions partly transferred to the of and partly to that of trie The army under the command of CPErlach is chiefly of who had erved in the Swifs Regiment the uay of and fince have nttnrtred to their native coun deferters the Helvetic fol diets who jxrevious to the in ilie fervice tf Frarice ond of Im menfe number oj has found means to bring t is pakl from conftderable funds which have provided by a Committee of eftablilhed atfierne and un der the very eyes of The different columns are commanded by veteran fThis army has gaincd potiefiioq nf the men tioned holly in mrffuusof was conftrained to The Roth figmed the caprrulatfon anlnfurgem Com ofthe of is a Froprietor in ihe diftricl of The public and all the w ere delivered is we trmt the ftriclefl order and good condticf were prefervtd in the clry of ifaV very of its capitu The Commartriertn iffued a in which he annrxincesto the Peo tkar he is ordered to ancient form of Government fweyety He VTa cprps tu order gain pof braveLeman troops irjigarrifpri4eitred that they aould dtifend place lu hold r 1 Erlaoh tVwm bod of his furrpudf red attlxfi rirrt tmtotdi ui dfrived j8 Owernl AAdefthrtatt arrived thwre ifcr fame charged with he oftne prefcbt decree BUONAPARTE nrrietit from with two or men wjhich iiicreVfed the force of iht about Mey un able to rnakij head th confifiing of from to fand In terid into tlie rrfult of nhich w fake nation of Berutly the drartn to with the troops flt TheMinifleriof and thtf Italian Re have accompanVd ifheGovernrrientiBJwell as t he Secfetaries of and in faC the greater of he officers Berne is flill retained bv the InforgMtts unrVr cnmmind of Erlach fince trmt are unacquainted with what Jw pa fief in that is generally reported rhst the French Govern ment hns difjaiijitrd twelve thoufand in order ID reieflajjiliih the trairqtiilllty of Legiflatwe Body having f me mohrhi a be ftruck tcomipemttate Ties of with fix powers were lic worihip and re and the col n es much more by the ivifdotn of thin by forte of this medal was trd 10 th Firft Conful by the Adminiflra fet out laft n accompanied by his I for an extraordmary j miflion tel IIVMO tlie This embaHy 1 may be mputed to the mn acing pnfiiiou of the French iirmy of who are in readi to pals the fhould the deputation of I the Empire not teimmatc its operations the limited FROM THE FJtSNCK firjt Caxful of tit freacl JiifuMc of tin and vraflikc hall be ceded out of thofc now milling in the Italian artillery now in thofc places belongs the Ita lian to the amount of of ILcMilliner at War of the Italian Republic ftall appoint an oftiet r of artillery to fupcrintcnd up inventories and make in concert with an officer of the French whom the Miniftcr at War of the French Republic lliall All the pieces of artillery which fliall be ceded to the Italian Republic fliall be rccaft to the calibre of i and the to 3 and 10 inches j and the to s inches 6 in the courfe of the year The Minifttr at War cf the Italian Republic halt caufc two of boats one for the piflagc of the and the other for the OgHo and the Fifteen thoufand two Jioufand pairs of and two thoufand fliall be wfedc in the conrfe of the year There fliall be an armoury at caprnbk of containing uiufoocti 5 and Otstef butrioftc ociety of Rumi and Mejhbers tut conferring olio ihe fame title upon thv Duke del was dotjbte fete for the of ouf and it wM celebrated with much feflivUy ft was the fit ft day of the p vifional Henceforth this fame de panments of the Rhine have onA Confti uition and Government with At nine oclock all the the Corini tuted witr Generals and yhfr prin cipat fa Prefei5lu where BxxUmation of CornmUlary JfanJBon SuAhdrtf was Thevflving of cannon accompanied this folemn nottficaiioril The gjirtifon afterwardi cuted ftveral grenadiers of the 5 i h fpot of was grand repali It will be frcn bythe contents of the F received this thaf in hit twofoldtapacny pf Firfl Cortfiil and is that the finances of F ranee IhijUjf tered by very spay the Italian in a military point qf more worthy to take rankby her and fhare her irt rereftsi If we righvly underRand the decree ferted in Official it 16 founded upon the fuppofttiont the aacl Rpmot ia Iiajifin Republic to except jfuch tpatntty as may beworth rrtiriiotM livres j bufi ftnce k is imsxfBble that this fum can cover ftfltnat b neiteflary of to ir Ihopty m to be ntioa wiiiclt is direfJed 10 be fhajj be pur by hs Of a very lfnj of Italian re lative jfind only the article worth notice r The nation Has now the toexaci the whkh were formerly paid to and othet fuppieffed infti property has adjudged to the the enemies of Tfyihes be benr6terd by fach change idle at prefent to hdulgecinJe6Ures npon the that has tattn place in arrival of General Aodreoffi j if to be a very Hmpte have already bjrguti to recover from fitUalidh which a Hate of doubt with refpect to out1 affairs very naturally reduced and they are if not leaft A veRyfimphv Wi ftrfrnntiigeous opera on is faid to coiHrbuftd 10 produce a orftoium iV Hock have to amount wiinio tjiefe few It beejn found that if a irmin exchanges omnium and gKtua continuaijon to Janwiry equal per take the continuation at the Mfjbeft poffible the dividend he will tlien receive of ij per will of coutfe repay him gave for the and tdei have all the advantages of the of per may naturattf be ux petfled place before It tuts beon hrtely fajd in foroe of the that the Duke of Fitzjames had rcftored to all his eftates in The the te verfei were fold before the and therefore never can be A report was in circulation bn thin a friendly underHandirtg had been cflablifhed between the Cabinets of Thu ih r the influence of the Archduke Chiles the Chief and that the conduct of Hitmwial on the fubjedt of I had the fecret concurrence of This explanation of the of the of Auftria is much more confident with than that there il any defign f oppofing France by The at has ordered the of Point Pet re to pay a forced loan ofone million of livres The irerchanis held a meeting on the and unanimmifly refolved not to pay The General commanding at Point On beine apprUed of this that if they per fitted in their he arreHths principal of and fend ilieni in irons to BiifTc This threat had not produced any imme diate nnd we are uninformed of the About 400 blacks continue in the woods of Gita well armed the French in a grcnt cut off n with in habited pan of nnd were inexptdlation of Rarvtng the Such or were fent to the until arrange ments could be made for their final difpofiriuo Pdage had been f nt prifoner on board fri gate to for A itnter received from Cairo contains the follow ing curious account of Josephs in that city The form of this extraodipary place is a fquare of 16 and the whole depth 285 it our of the f lid through by nnealy without the extent of the you defccnd for the f pace of 126 perpendicular after uhich you come to a fquare of the fame demenftons as the mouth of the upon which there are nine or ten oxen conftantly nt work in turning round a which conveys the water from out of ihe fecond well 159 feet into a large ciflern placed upon tfie hence it is drawn up to the top by an equal number of labouring at another wheel with out ihe mouth of the As before invention of gum this citadrl muft undoubtedly have been a vrry ftroftg fome Monarch refolved to ren der h almofl by the only difficulty which rendered it incapable of maintain ing the A Mail frutn Holland has arrived this purfttance of propofit delivered to 4be of July the Bank the former has a bearing date September 444 that juft astn tpere is npw nb fbatitr mohet fof whifrh tberell i i hard in lor Cgining sJnd therefore that IjanpM of the Bartk toe anew broughjr Mo of which the fng ihf aJI payable in and oh plattf fetiated in the Frtrivh Britain tro ibo and unl fhairpajd In thefeiikoi lois 3 in 1803 JUUI 1IIC UUJCLI not jPVine fiiy it is ituns of the orhets to put a The rewetv of our garrifqn from whkh it appears thauhere vritfbe ho rnent this year ift our on the other it is that a camp of 6fty OKA witt be termed near PiUeeft in having tent in the BataViah he i iooU tfifiUWsaV of ihe authors oflotne addefledfOthr fecretly diftributed ammrj The tof Vienaa and to the hities laid by fpirh ts prubability t ha before his the fimpirij ftiiriulitedby and admonifhed by of a Freoch arajjy to oofs the will hire ctoted iw operations a decree of perfefl lubtnif fionto ttie mediating It no will Jean ui t hetemeutaUt among Helvetic OoVrhment left the French Minister foHowed thwn to and his prefence as might be rhe continued protWfion of ifnoflfoeXi be tu a very aiSit will not be nsgotfcigdVin aA Indeed tlw prefent Mate of fappofing the a veiy ten the Bank could have no to lend the MiniHer five of it upon quer bills the reaTLotoV tri would be five of the Natipnal Pebt would more than atrfurb their during But the general opinion that no LOEMU The funds continue looking Jt fairf Addington is bafily engagtd financial which AC wHl bringfbrwatd at tite meeting of n The French Funds fallen to 851 is attributed folely tb the uippreflioa of private bauds at b favour of the gnat National Thut had rendered the mo men little The petition againft Sir IrariiU MurB for Middtex ir U be one of the firft ptefented on the opening of the new M Garnvrin has publiflied a long to monftrate the caafc otVfts ofciilating fo in hit hwe deicent in thfe tfe at tributes it to hi ufittg more balluft Yhan which the difference of yveight between the Parachute aad he and of courle the effort of the Car to recover the well u tlefrce of the The New York of the i anh con tains q noficc ihe poorhoufe igned the Governor r which ftatcs i hat a who had been admitted had not taken any kind of nourilhmeat between the July and 6ih laierm of Dotvvitiifianding which he continued and in apparent We have much in that fe vrral barrels of poifonous intended as a fTubfiitute for wefe fume days fince feized fa rhe and that thtfy are now depofited in die Excite lur the purpole of being fully and airly The recent diiogreement bet wet n the Emperorjof Morocco and the Americans originated in a demand made by the former to the American Commodore a for puffports for all vHTels bound front hit d minions v tth whtint for and that Ihoiild take the Tripoliw floop of and fafe fri poli j a rid in cafe of IM fhnuld Sifttpfon out of his The Commodorr refrtfrd ro comply wiih thefe do and failed to blockade th Conlul at diflrir buted circular notices to all Coofuls in tnst inlorming of the which he apprehended would peedily refult to American Veffels pafTirjg the ftreights without con voy but the after difmiffing Simp cMifrnted to his When Buonapaite laft went to the went in the uniform of the National an was much applauded by as the drefs mindtd them of La Fayette in his days of Whatever opinion may be entertained of Buon apartes it is evident he has not loft his He is to have fpoken freely ot as if the had not been a part of the human During the illumination at the theFirH tnao armed chair wliu ;