Dublin Journal, October 14, 1802

Dublin Journal

October 14, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - October 14, 1802, Dublin, Dublin at this mo prefenis a very pechliaT as it divided into threedJftinguifhed which have each their feparate Thefe States five ancient petty which Tarlhere 10 the Canton of thofe of Fri bourg and the Pays de to which the Go verrmVent five petty Cantons at tlte head of which is Aloys wer defirotis yefterday of holding a General Diet at in order to confolidaie their amient Reding invited all the Cantons to form a but it is probable that the five petty Cantons only will ftwd thither The Depuiies ef and unittfd at wifhed alfo to hold a after their own Thefe have always fignalifed themfelves above the by their their their their by theic The five petty Can much have been celebrated by the amient have always had peculiar The who now have the Vernment among follow a peculiar kind of and have a character and language altogether The Valajs is already feparated from Is it probable that what remains will form three feparate States This per is neceflary for the reftoratUm of union in a it is to be that in all thele debates Uttle blood has been and that all parties have treated each other a great deal of though they fettled their quarrels with arms in Estradfc of a private Letter from 5 Even the daring and ambitious mind ot Buo is obliged to relinquish its favourite deft by the terror of public To com las he brother the military andnaval departmfents of the Admini fl ration to the foreien anddomeftic cor Tefpondence j to the fole management of the is more than he at Preparations are finally made to carry the plan for he Legion of as bon as effect in all There one perplexing difficulty Vn the The if filled with every eminent military might become formidable to Very If compofed chiefly of obfcure and undiilmguifhed it would appear to the average value of Herling have been purchafed by and benowed as gratifications on fome of the moft eminent of the Generals j Moreau alone over His vifit at Monfantaine has had no far ther effect than as a teftimony of perforial regard to who indeed the moft modeft of the Moreau Will not deign to approach Buonaparte as a fneaking Courtier nor Buonaparte defcend to meei Moreau on frank equal Since the Firft Confuls retreat to ttrrce roacne ana tin rptcs Paris begins to enjoy a monwirary freedom converfation and which has a charm like that of the frefh air to a man that has been long immured a fecret anec andthe ingenuity of malicious once in lively Arefls have for ihefe latt fe lefs But the will oon that they have begun to ing aud have miftaken the train fient gleam of a Decembers for the actual re turn of The authoritative proclamation to the Swifs heard even in Paris with It is a growl of by which the Parifians are at once terrified and as if it were addrpfTed im mediately to Buonapartes religion is not at all to the tafle of the The Concordat is a ragout for which they haveno Private chapel are frequent edlor religious worftup at prefent more than is mcuncerveaWe what a liie of precaution and for his perfonal the Firft ful now conftantly When he goes to furvey the works now at ihe work men are required to fhun near to drop their tools while he is in nd not to re lume them till he is He was lately walking in the park of Malmaifon with one of the Generals vrho have the command of his The Ge neratmade a movement to change thepofiikmof his fwirdj which happened to hang too Buo naparte ftarterl from his in A moment of ejnbarrefTed file nee followed but they conti nued their and nothing was faid between them of this OCfOBSA TfMf official French the which ar rived this is with details ot the prices decreed to the feveral had expofed their manufactures at the national exhibi This infttiution we have already ns calculated to excite a Spirit of The French artizans require fuch a We have heard A defcription of ihe exhibition from pet font well calculated to judge and they allure us that fcarcely any of the uldui manufacTures were at all equal in execution to thofe of this Some on which panicuhr pains had been were well finilhed but although the wages and the ex pence of living be much more moderate in yet foch is the difference in the expertnefs of the that articles of the fame and even fqperior could be purchafed in London for In manufactures of and fleel they are par ticularly Indeed the attention of the French artizans 10 be chiefly turned to the ornamental and htviy the porcelain of and the tapeftry of the rivals any thing of the But the quantity of labour required to complete greatly exceeds their Very fine are to be had for a very high price but all thofe calculated for common and for real are of a my inferior The carpets deftined tor the Emperor of Raffia are uncommonly fplendid but thofe intended ior the private gemleman of would fcurcely be thought fit fur the floor of a tradefman in A decree of the Confuls reftored ro all the rights and prerogatives of French the French merchants eftablifhed at Gbnfranttnople and in the who had pafTed under a foreign protection before or after the rupture betweenthe French Republic and the new Inflitution which we mentioned fome time and we under is really likely to bs fbon brought is intended toconflitute what may be properly cal led TUB BXITISH The prbfefted objects this are to correcl the fMfe tafle tvhiih induces too many to be charmd by the of a and who prefer worksby Old to rhe produfliom of IVJodern merely becaule the laiterare modern ro prevent thofe who afpire to and Palront from being deceived by for which enormous prices are demanded j to fhew ihe fro greflire advancement of the Arts in this Conn tu provide a refined Ipccies of Public which may gradually improve the National and loraife a Fund for the fupport of un fortunate their and their Chil Such a plan dejerves encouragement upon fnotlves of Patriotifm as well as af fcope for the exmioris of which may tend to adorn and enrich rhe and offers a refource for Gewiua which hat become the victim of rhofe to which human life is perpetually when it it obfcured by Novelty or declined in intelligence from Bade and Berne inform that the Patriots are anxioufly and eagerly re ftoring refpedable Conftitution The denomination of Citizen has been abo liihed in all public at Bafle and the old Council of Berne has refumed its functions as before the One of rha prominent featutes of the prefent that perfect and order reign in all the and places occupied by the We repeat what we afferted that the evident wifi of the immenfe majority of the Swifsis to reftorethftold But the time and our countrymen mufl not confine thernfelves to mere wifhes infuvour of the If a fubfcription for thff Patriots be the general believe it it Ihould be immediately and French troops arefajd to be on their march from Geneva to the Pays de and feveral thoufand men in Up per Alface have received orders to hold thernfelves in readSnefs to The Court of Vienna is faid to have yielded in the affair of and to have given orders to the troops to retire from that and to occupy a pofition two leagues 1 We anxioufly expedl further accounts from The official French Paper com pletely fitem on this as well oo ihat of the German of the Firft in withdrawing his troops Svvuzet while he left in together wiih Ms firft calling upon to exercife their free will in forming a and then re voking this permiffion v feem all to warrant the tKst he only wUhed to foment their private in order ty afford him a plaufible pretext for uniting that country to A fubfcription is propofed to be openedin Lon in fupport of the caufe of the Swifs t and we the public fptrit of Bricons will not fuffer fo favourable an opportunity to pafs of ma nifefting their regard for xhe noble principle ot Na tional The to the Firft has fet off for ordcrs to re pair to and there to Go vernment to accompany him to Berne without an This being done without any ottyer inter Rapp is to go through the feveral can fummoning each of them to declare Whe ther they wifh to be on terms of peace or of bofli lity with the French tfiat whether they will ftibmit ihe French General whofo greatly diftinguiflied him felf in the army of is according to have the chief command of the are deftined to enter into in cafe of the flighteft refinance being offered to the Meffenger of the Firft hi company with whom Ge neral Ney has General Andrepffi is expected to arrive on Monday from France part of his it was had arrived and Otto will of courfe fake leave of the Britifh Court on Wednefdny and Thnrfday much to the regret of thofe in this country aho have had the pleafme of that Gentlemans actjuain tance hile a refident in Extraa of a Letter from New Accounts from Cape Francois that that the mortality continues to be very great among ft the European troops in General Lfclercwasjpreparing to return to his health being much The command MM to devolve on General Dugua According to advices from His Bri rannic MajeHy has as Eledor of through the medium of his that he accedes to all the difpofitions pf the propofed plan of fo far as it refpeQs the Houfe of de a celebrated georneirictan of the French gave a Hrong when the influence of the ruling Pope ftkks to our lali fand He not or appear to any of thofe round his bed 4 yet when fome to try his Afk him the fquare of he replied in an and alrnoft out forming confciuus hat he did An drtd and A Ohbmct Council niet was at tended by all the Miniflers in Thebufincfs ttarrfpiredj prefent of the Continent is it is not furprifing that it fhoufd occafion conferences among thofe who have the direction of may here Europe being at it is not eafy to find out any pretext jiiftify tothe other Powers the conduct of France iriintcrferlng iri the of Buonaparte isnow endeavouring to eftablifh at Pans aNational on a plan fome what fimilar to the Bank of But before he can ao comptilh fuch an he muft infpire the peo ple of France with fome Confidence in his Govern ment The ik now purfuing muft feai its own He will not allow any Bank to difcount bills but the National The Merchants of France have for fome time derived great accommodation from aBank at called the Ecaiffe where their bills were difcoutuud thiseftablifhment fora refifted Buonapartes invitation to unite with the National when about ten days ago their counting houib was entered by a band of his myr who drove away the up the and took away the On the fame day all the people on Change were driven away by a file of who told them no buOnefi hould be tranfacfled there before two or afteo three The Public having been alarmed bjt large pofling bills being ttuck up about that a gang of pretending to be employed by the keep ers of feized people in the anr der pretence of being and carried them to Tome where robbedf perhaps but which bills were Sir Richard Ford oaufed a flrict inveftigatiori to be made as to the origin of the and we are happy in being able to affure the that there is not the leaft foundation for fuch a axid that bills in quefUon appeat to have bten printed at the inftance of a in excufe for thus alarming the could only alledge that ho had generally heard of fuch new Stare City which is now put dp at the Upholfterers in is the ob ject of genera I and people went thither yefterday in throngs to fee The cofV is about which includes fhe furniture of the bed It appears a very idle One quarter of the fum would furely have been FROM COBBCTS WICKET The following extract is taktn from a letter dated New Auguft A petition has been about by feveral the purpdfe of procuring fignatures to allow the imporration ot the ufual American the Governors Proclama rion having expired on the lft The chief from a the tradt in Englijb bottomt would bi monopolized li a few rich who would leeft uf a high price for every Tlie 1 had paid n a tention to the petition when pretext of this petition is truly childifb a that a few rich individuals trading IQ Englijb would MONOpoiilzti tbt and litep up a high tvery article im ported by them I We cannot read this without re culledling the clamour that was fome time ago railed againft monopolifta in To anni hilate ihe whole fyfiem of navigation laws a better argument need not be found than the one here made ufe It is what fhe Lawyers call a How can the tradetye tf the are open to any and to every whofe owner choofes to partake in the trade the trade yields an uncommon profit to rich individuals now concerned in the people of NafTau may reft that there are other rich individuals who will bon find it and participate in until the profit is no greater than that of ither that is to juft great as it fhould be if the yields not uncommon what ground is there for a charge of morfopoly fV This is a charge very con venient tor all whether in the mother country her whether they pure ha fe by cargoes or by the quartern wifh to make the interefls of all and rhe laws of ihe land even give way to their private Thai jvould arrive cheaper at in is very and it ie equally thar ugat would come in the fame fort ot cheaper from maica to India goods bv h help of foth a come infinitely cheaper from Calcutta or Bengal j nor it it by any mrans that the American and other foreign hips might if employed in the trade bet ween New cattle and gveatly affift in defeating the by which rich individuals keep up the price of ajthis argument it appeared to us by no means tmpro that it ifpoflibler beaded upon in the Weft India The colonifts of New dence have done no more than fecond the of the Jamaica who complained of the difficulties attending their commercial intercourfe with the Unjted from whence many mofl effcntial articles of carrying on the cultivation of thtir and the fubfiflence of the in habitants of all can alone be The difficulties aHudv w comprehend every reftricHion that a free tradnbetween Jamaica and the United every that gives Britifhfhi ps an advantage over American and the remedy contemplated more nor lefs than the annihilation of our navigation as far as relates to the trade between the continent of North America and the Weft India Governor of New Providence has done well not to pay any attention to this unreafon able but he would have done better if he had inflantly fignified his refolution not toyield to and had given his reafons for fuch We Minifters neither aelively evergue the leaft cncoMragement to thefe dangerous encroach A tutsm ngapatara account of late Goorga named TambarratrV J The roads in every illuminated on each and ornamemS with curibus and coftMy T6ey Commetic2 from the entrance of to I of the Three Captains On thci arrival at were fluted by and ufhered into the Preiince to the nfajf bands before For the foace pf feven joking fucceffivV day Varied W created by tha happythd genius ot the Rajah with hit1 wonted liberality fetheftvcoramodaijt liand pleafuW of his guefls end of aW abovementioned Gentlemen their leave were highly complitttemed 6y rheRajth for of fheu atrendancer Cnoiie octafion dttr ing at the bv hV Rajah and up lefs fourteen wild thirteeacheeuus or fpotted two and thirtytwo wild boari were The heads of the laid In triumph at the feet of the young ajriisjbte bride who had fcarcely her fifteenth it is vefy fuperiot1 it been tnolt kind to hrrr in a and a moft beautiful and delicate the Joondati is about a wellinformed and jileafanf A priwte received fvom In order that the of Mahratta Scindeah and who beWnfotmdfid4 thefoli their refpeiJMve Theft claim the province of ll as the The jealoufy beenu ftigated by tne iavour which the other receive from his Highnefc the who fefles the fupreme Ivlalva one of the moft and highly dU verfified traifls in bdiliided on the Weft by hich latter province is far fronibeinff Scindeaha palace is a hlape of great an miles South of Poo and Holkais capital is only within 10 of his opponentJ is ftated to be agitated by fome refractory An action faid to have taken place in this in which fume Britifh are reported to have Weflern parts of this Peninfula are mountainous and inhabited by a wild hardy and goterhed by of their own but the largeft and fineft pan is included within the extenfive pirfr of the is divided twoof their and PeifbajV and Futty Slat Thetwo Mahratra Sciodeah and to a private letter juft re ceived from are aboutto commence hofti are very near each with his s at his only thirty mte fouth of where Scindeah is Uolefs the Court of p onah interfere by fome con campaign willbe carried with he utmoft It is generally fuppofed thatScindeah has thfr ad vantage of his His army is faid to extend upwards of a oofi three He is alfo reprefented as a very experienced and his late defeat of the Jeypour Rajah eftablifhcd his military In this which toolc place in corps did not exceed naif ihe enemys which are faid fo have amounted to compofed of eighteen befides and 56 moft of which were taken or rendered ufelefjon the field of As a convincing1 proof that the French ment are giving ail poffible encouragement to theit fhipping and it need only be that they now in fixty livrw a to all fhips bound to their over and above the bounties payable to them or their publicaiion has juft appeared at withoutfajl days can bs no Navy in This is ihe fum of the Without faft there would be eaten no fifh were there would there would be no The Grand Duchefi of Tufcany is death has been deeply lamented at She departed this life after fourteen hours of and after having fubmitted tofurgical Shf was to be buried on in the Imperial in the convent of tha Is appears by fome of the French lhat the people in the neighbourhood of Stralburgh are labouring under continual ajprehenfions of fume terrible cunvulfion in the Some fyroptoiro of an earthpuake firft excited their and thf fubfcqueni appearance of com pleted their The more fuperflitious among them actually look for the approaching of the and they prugnofticate that flruction will be efrccted bythf fire of which ere come in contact wiih Some rumours have reached comet with a fiery has lately been feeni they devoutly believe that it w appointed to con fume the eunh with all its inhabitants I who has been engaged in the enfuing has been refilled peimifBon t depart from la Sir John B had a who did not youth in a manner the moft fatufactcy One day this fon exprefted a wilti to declaring himfelf weary of I do faid die icfule your going abroad am while you fee the ihewoil will alfo fee A nimber of foreigners have quitted in c oi thj ;