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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - October 12, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                4 vefTls which fet fail from to wards the latter end of arVlSjfcd hddalmnft entirely All me ISIdcks were The of fulUF all kinds vf founds a good had not then arrived of entirely v W an4twdiers abfent in of ahd tern from tjxjifi of u ill confitt of 280 odd offetfive MINISTRY OP THE MIW8TBK oV AND V Cttieert I had honor to addrefe KJ you the refult of operationTlt The nrefcht difpatch contains ihofcfcl IVjifcte Augaft fsftt Ml from Algiers to Vitlt if ivrfiorr under npy After expcrjcnciajg calnis and contrary I entered at length the Road of Uunis on the After the of the giving the n from 1 o I byf four plains and iwoftyrifive i erent SJh n my ppu d a djicharge Bu rtwr arrival tjbe fouod the Cemjnif and ihe teu4i at ruui irtamaicd wcyto of the Catyn cee f French pro rcGdcnce of the About leagtvJfjfftjfj introduced N with my fyici IidvaocrdtowaMls and look him by the gave me leated rriyjulf By his I faid u that the tirtt Cotifuf fjadprdcrtd me to in the that I make known to him the lir 1 and o defired it hc Bey contlpue4f to he lljouW onfwrt ixjen Yt hejifle qf v of t thajt Bry wcuU from infuliing the FfWdv the Utaluu H5f that ivai much flattered of tlfc rirfli Con Ail to terms with h iwji geatitll defirtv mdiUiiw defiro rf Confwl Wng juQ aroirid acctidc to all As ttfauy ttiing s fend an Envgy to to With him ou his Hf tflcn ttrved utuith and took the Pnng I jFirfl who received me with I received from the Charge Ap Hollaiid4 tfte tt On the 3d ilcy fent os board jnjy one ofiris great nyho was chargtU with1 a of him ttitft revctolptemnf cannorh l FJrrf tn paid was1 atrerided had Vlth Vhey much dtTfehrttJTajt AW WIMUl I K4U rrews of the irfHMinifter a the the Jfirft ConfqUo the a me to to fend to coniiatulate the Pirft Ooufuli on bcip foj a portage Ofl reqiibfltd thai I would 4iin to te hilt and we parted TCTV govd Ou Vhe if wholoaded of On He on iQth fail for where I anchored this Tlirre of the plague at I of I did one The animals defined as a prefent for the Chief fcy of Auvbimrhor two three oftriohijfVtvvelve antdppes ihrscof whom died on the the lyjinifler of he XihPttfo Imperial JVlajefiftes are to Hnden this in orderto go to Alnut rhetnd of the month will go to the deliberations of ilje clofe is not Th durirtf his jnoi auck of the nervous if WHfl violent fhaii tfcofs which he had Rwiew of our Garrifon fhero be no Camp in he neighbourhood of this City thfc but is faid that one of men will be farmed near in The French Minifter laiely dif patches from in confluence of which there very long conference between that and Count confirmed that tbje UVQ don from the Imperial Cbtrot and Count jThi for this ftep UlHIgenceof arringerrVeijf and iKe Frrnch refperHini 1 Wdwjrttid afBeVUn By Meerfeld ThJT STchvvametnberg hiis refufed the embaffy be is entirely free fince between to far as h tjed by his contrary to his arid to muclv which had been taken from the have been delivered at the Office of at and federal have ft is tharTafTwati bgf6u will ordered torharch to reduce the rebellious Janif fariei of giving an the taking of the of the Befiegei have nfluch The faft this grand affalr w4s effedtird in with only two hundred and forty Afttor CttnVBn tion which followed the fecond bombardment of General Andermartj wfth the faiobtmen which remained with muahed to which place an equal of had forihe relief of Zurich j but had taken a different ihey did not fail in with Gene al That topped in his march near by a of 5to under the command of pelled him bv a by he agrBc4 to reteat to not to interrupt tbcipto Ceedings of the Bernele Twelve huodred men of that atmymarched 10 arid topk it on On the next day rtooorfien The advancedguard of this corjrcconfift ed of 240 pnd wasTorrmartded by Mi Eflin giter In his march hetnei who uas reconnoirnng men immediately prepared to Ibfejnd time May ojjuroiHtition that fhJuld a gtard upon the having pafftd i ii 9 i coiledicd which City iwith the fogirjrvei ihffxt nguer and f thf auack 2ift befl nnder ibe Ddohfr and three pieced of n on a height thp i 6 Jcners to cfrag s tmalt of itp Of fthtf thoijgH ex all itmn withoufBfewg Ibeams of ihe jn Whchhded in the Icourfe of rhe T They brbtigrht backr the oj pmipn at flags 6fT troee catnfc 1100 men in the Cityj arid ocrtl was The capitulatioo ffppniand the City taken the opfrtihls i i iliLT i ijTirrf op THR JL jl a each U atlaptcd to iu fito ami Jti The when hall each name tlieir r author or the ereat ecled at and Jiehai invited on to the town and to neral Diet j vv hicfi a Con t We are will nrny refnme ihe poll he f vv f before KevQlutlipaof t return 10 their The old PettyCourKJI is already in activity j town was not the Inft to hew oorf heard of for two ment of bcenol gjseat advAntttge tvihe r Seme wiflied for a overeign J beyond the hope of and the i inbdious yoke over a numeroui claCi of men wiboni powerful intervention of the French people haj Jaifed from the Condition of to equal citizens of a uniformity which nttioni which haa cbmpefed of integ81 J fifty KnglKhmen haveqnftted Bortiie Madamo has remained in the fltll of ihe tfottpi which the FrenchGovernment s to fend in confequenfe of fequifition the Helvetic The latter had rrfluired hat France Ihould difpofrtl the fervice of that allied Tal in agreeing fcrfliis demand1 in the name of the Firfl fhat the Firfl Mdgiflrate jng iis liberty 1 added AKtoifter your contempt of you mayanroid tbe misfortunes It ftys in the fame that you fhould have fuppofed you coxild have difpenfed with thffench troopjHjfpccially ea the Firfl Conful entertained the benevolent intention of leaving them fllll ai year among had your Government requir ed L A N s A N a and the Ou n cil of addreffed the Hervefie Peo ple in a of which the are the mod remarkable paflages tqfurgents aiTcmblcd and commanded by Bcrncft by incelfaot leagued with the enemies of the curity tothe dcfttiertitibiM of tfie Wewere either tomtit iJU the Ooverrirriefit ibpiijd and the with or1 We were tb make anotltelittewrtt there the fftered dcfpotof the legitimate and chriftifutiouil they owed it tr the in tranquil placed this theft to the great mats whoj liythemere fentnucnt of rheif Own iron accepted the confutation recoinmendrd by foreign adopt latter attdthe Canton de arc become the tcrnporaty feat of tlw Helvetic Helvetia Irfto have yntifallen t War had tp deiblat your frontiers opinionfccmed to rally around a which was able to fatiefy all the real all upon The full of confidence in the tove of the Swifs for their had to the retreat of the fnftign and it was at this from wjikk a new of peace and felicity fliould have commenced it was then JB ordct to be independent and the country required only repofe hen were fectt to take tap to difplay the colours of the niical to to precipitate blindly the dug beneath your We arc that a French camp of twelve thoufand iiieb fe iorming at and that theft troops enter Switzerland eaity The auxiliary tielvetic demVbrlgades will a Mo arrive All ihe troops that arrive here are marched immediately to the frontier of the Cantons The Kernrfe who arriviedhte yefterdayV had mall Cantons of their ncceflary To aticmble in QeKeruf organic Ccn tral Powcrr whic be to the Powers ia alliance with t To the firft of the Members of the Central The Central Government be charged with the and the gene organisation o I he guarantee the Cantonal t If any difficulty arife fn any in to iu it dull be referred to the Central Go The cafe fhall be the lame in regard to any difficulties that tnay arife between one Canton Sufficient fums for the ordinary expences fhall be af figncd to the Central Deputy to the Central Government fhaU be in dcmnilied by the Canton by which he is nominated Fhe number of the Deputies which each Canton muft hall be regulated according to k no The of in thofe heretofore Sove fliall be open to every inhabitant of the Canton which can prove a right to a in money or of a and ptying a retribution in order td have a fliarit in the cnjuymejit of commuuial Politcal advantages to he acquired by the right of City not he to any retribution No one hM be clijiible tOplaces in the in the Cantons heretofore except thofe who pollci the right City The new Aich as Turgovia and which have not yet had a Hull Ke free to give or to unite to other The Cautonal Governments fliall bt in npflcUion ojf all the powers which fliall not Been eiureftly dcle gated tp the Central IL To prefent this general mcafure under a oonftitutional and conciliating the Cirieeu tf the French Republic is requeued to employ til good days Some Helvetic were in detachment at prelemed themfelteg before Eerrtey and f the tferttarided a rjafjage thrcugh tie bjit were have Dcputaripj to pnfed of dftMuliner and the laift of u horn in the employ of i he Tielvetfc Givernrneh7 but quitted their retreat Trom ai did tnoft of hts From a Parit Letters from iLuganrtof the lift inform that the have had artiin with the troops of Jit Goyetnrneni Ctjuetai Anier Lejtefs frog nounce thn upon iha invitation of Mire Executive pifed on the the ing The CfvjrAuthority is to the Military Authority in the of lift The diftrltt of the army cinhraccs all the Canton of coitttorifing the diflriai ot Avenchcs and Pay and the of Aiglfi and of ibe Canton Vaud t 3Tbe is authorifed to and the public tiHwfUpnaiies 4There Owil be eftabliilicd at headquarters a Military 1 Tiibunad fliatt take Cognizance not only of all offences continued by civil ia the tjiftricl the with the lhat the latter hall be tried by crjminal The Executive Council is aothorifed to extend the difpofitions of the prefent decree to other Thii flate of affairs will be well Calculated to if it i he philanthropic and generpm meafures the French Government U about to to put nn end to the troubles which defolate that whjch nature every to have focmqd the horpc of happijieja and intierffling country has been agiated and even the commtticemerit of the by axcjufive w hkh placed any lirnici other ra the of or to the fr ttCti of they a out or might tvbich there The Firft and f vwnly iengtk he hai feep that Europe im frohi tlici TtfdGJ any pert in fee a l by her in her 9 MA ft sWakflld L1A r in Out ft the abydl of anarchy rvjife mea tires about to betaken by the French are the only mam qf tlftt e couptrj from its own Voti aj the t bf good 6 or M Aftet departureof two hundred and appointed Chief Gommittee rchofcn and tordgn iSeverat thti of bm fRe trodbV i would take no except to amiejiY of T at thanRedi Erery neiy ft of deferteryfrom Helvetic nov in arms in thetown nearly fiobomen hough dftachments have been fern toFribourgsnd Three bartalions of troops ofthe One crimpofed of onrftr1tlie Command of Kuchberget j ihe other frorb Rfivereaii 6ommancjed by May ihe other from by Major I that it agreement fwre to form a which awd that a Vafonable equality will be thr bafis o the new order ol f FIRST CONSUL OT THR PHE3ID8NT OF THE ITAfctAM TO THE CAHTONS OF September jev Inhabitants of vcar you have ex hibited an contending in fucceflion alTmned pOwef they havcfignifiM thejr iran fient Empire by a fyftem of which wtalcnefs aod of Iff titf of the year yowr Covnewnent defired thatthi friiall Humber ef French troops In Sfclvetia might be withdrawiii The French of honouring your independence but foon afjcf tnt parties became agitated with tis blood 6f the Swifs Jhcd by the hands of the You have difputcd underftanding each you be abandoriedany longer to yoil wilt laughter each three years rnnrje wfthouT ever coniing to a Your hfftory that your inteOinc wars could never beterminated but by the elfeclual interference of ft that re fulved not to4nterfereib I had feen yam Government and not follow and fometimeathufe my nameHccordihg to their iutrrcfts or But I neither eaonrrrought re main iolenfibleto the miefortunes to which youJiavebcett a 1 alandon my I fliall bjt the Mediator of your but my mediation fhall ht fuch ai is worthy uf the great people in whofe name I five days after the notification Of ht prefcpt proi Miall aflemble ak gtftracy formed Berne fiftrcthe capftulatikin fliall be dil and fhall certfe to meet or cxerclfe The flull repair to their ljM the authH Hiies which may have been formed fljalt ctafc td trtcet The bodies afTcmbicd under arms fliajl The ift hnd ad Helvetic demibrrgadia Wajll form thfc of 1 he trodps which foot for moVcr than fix tin alone remain regular In a Individaais dilchargei froVn the fcllfgrpnt ar and whreh are TU prefent arrrtedj their arras at the Municipality of the Cotoimuifc tey were The Senate fend three Beputies fO each Canton may alfo find All who for the laft three years have been LAndamrfians Of or who have iucceffively occupied the Central may repair to Paris to make kuqwn the pf rcftoring unioq and On iny 5dc I have a right to rypefr that no no no will do any thing which may be contrary 10 the difpofitions made known Inhabitants of aliVe to hope Country ia onthe borders of Ft will be immediately refcued from men wilt fc cond this gencroun But if tberc be among which I can hardly allow myfelf to a great number of who are fo devoid of virtue as not tofacri fiec theiVprejudices and their pafliotin to the love of their People of you will have greatly dege from your fathers livery of tnfc muft fee that the mediation which 1 have undertaken is for Helvetia aninftance of the krod ncfs of that Providence amidft fo many fliocks and has always over the elifrenoe and in dopciidcnce of your nation and that this mediation is tne only main which to to fitft it 9   

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