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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - October 16, 1802, Dublin, Dublin We yefterdayreceiwd Paris Journals to the 7th Mintteur not yet thought pro per n nice of the proceedings in TiiwivJr han the letter of Buonaparte to the jNffrfhW a there any mention of the diipute xvith thl jimperor the con mfcer of unimportant Arfh of are given other Journals communicate further df the pMgrefv of the Swifi Lu ccrnehai been taken as well asFnburgr epdk at both they difarmed a great die Government Following their faccefa with they are about toetver the Paystie where the Government Jiaq The Commander army of the Pa triots the inhabi tants of the Pays de Nothing im mediate arrival of the French troops their Wmplete recovery of the whole An aVojy of men is immediately id and in the nvrno tttie a hay extend to general authority in the interoajjjatifajrtpf the feparate Cantons is under t tt n itated that thePatrtvitihafve Oiaftf of Eurppei with iM they jVectWed Any intelli gence of the final The tetter written by the Firft Conful willinform themwhat have The V 4 mat rniift either arm them with or thenx vithomVapeqyaje re fources azamft th wholeJpower of mould fbr the VdiUnipiriqi wake if tWMt iis cor usthat rumoaw wefftin cir and the OF PROM TUB The in the internal affairs of has jutt indignation of fover of every advocate for of all who are of focial GovrnrnentL It ii a departure from every of public and a violation of all thofc which hitherto held feereH fmnogfl The of peaceful aridiiappy under the Government of their were diflurbcd by the unprovoked inroad of were com by a foreign tpuitmit to tne government of That force being length with a dttermitMtion nearly reMvetfupfctr rejfeftibKflntfem of their UncicSt Cbn which was fantaibnrd by the experience of and ffdm whicli they lidd uniformly derived public free ddm and donidlic in profeWnce tothat Govem mint which was the offspring of a and ythich they had icompellcd to ubmit whilft they and The largemajority of the docjared and opinign in favour ancient ConQitution the became qtieftV and finding itfelf unAnious vokcDf the the aid of f and for what t habitaatir of Switzerland again and that raifcraWc might It vat be hopedi that was evjdcnt to all the the Helvetic Govemment was a feebte the wouldhave treated KS application it to f alii the juflt victim of public opiuipiu pot jealizcd j the Government France has pubHclyaadi officially declared itsujtcnrtoivof or in other of ending an army to fURr port the tHdecUM the Good Caii fucU a cjrcumftance be can templatcd with an oiMufon ue expreflitd upon the witboOt aolddging the Cdnderanation of fuch a rneafurc indepcdileilt iVs MBabitaBts tlie rlglrifW chuling thatOdVefament Whteh if nioft congenial r of General were There 3ie8 not to have been any oundation for re but rheV feemio frfme alarm to of ryders was ihe author of a their Ancient W macn the people of that of ercdinganew Andfliillit beftid tKat qnt tb be rflloved the cxcirafcttfthatprii Ived en it is and another tobe depri of t weak for tlieri ther an efld the l beirtcrgtd the tyranny of the and fent for py the Pre Jident of there upon imVwdiaiely obeyed the and had ycti it is he fully The alfo appears have been wrote a letter to the in Ke vow ledge of any uch plan in denies cyer had any conferences DaCrtdeU and upon the political affairs We hoild have thought that by the had in every part of A dflerted to Itace been figned at j of la ft between and by vvhich rhe terfitbries of the are The Auftnaritroppj have Acatious ocpupiei attention 4mdcbwferfaion of every one at theocj0tintwhich has been tranfmitted to us private It we deemed v f ft i 4 inrertco in the fe When it was firft known oceafioned degre of aljrtm We have day received from Gibral The they bring refpeding Algiers kits already in a anticipated by thfr accounn through ihe Paris j ur One circumfjtfJHJej Is if baen carefully concealed in tlie which renders he The tt the beli Algerine ports to them a tjrcumftance that certainly de the this be the Iflandof It is noi for deeply this tjjief tnm at the prefrnt as we are perluaded it will that anention from Mintflers wliith its impbrrahce1 Govemtnent have re ceived fome interertingaccounts refuelling flic re cent ft the particularly bmveen and Domini Row We the fame received a letter from which that the India intend toukran aclive part in this quar and had in contequence ordered thd ift batta lion of ift native theadofthe the lHof the the zd of the the ift of rhe part of the 9h two regiments of native igth light and a nu meMus train of to advance towards the filahrhjxa Colonel k is is to command which is to be further nugtnemed from the My lore Part of the ad battalioni of the 7th native infantry on the tlthqf arrived at Madura frornCatricoli Tlw battalion ijth was ordered from Tiichinopoly K where the the ilR battalion of the and three companies of ihe on their route to join the foreign announce that Prince Wil liam of GlouceAer will foonquit Poierfburgh to mufii to by the way of Rate AIM fowje coolnefs had taken place fu thai prince and the Grand Duke Onftan It is add that his Imperial lets rtejted jhe Puhce cavalierly by making him wait more than half an hour r having appointed an interview whatever be the ca it is tVtey lid not each other be departure of the Grand Duke to revtow ton s aflVmbledon the fouthern Tlk Iprtnce of Orang it is intends to rf figa iUiftic States to his the Hereditary hoftilc irjtf tend The French iodcbttd for to of people equally but lefiM cvraiit of fame pnvlbigfv ICthH is notiltetyranny prcr too be out noin ttlWgiblo add pivwcf nonation fccure in unlefs inpofltuitui of thcjtneani of Li other he fmaller nations mufl Se ubjugated anil rendered tributary theUargfar Kates alone only each1 Iliefe reflections upon the befbrv of England is they Let declare Hntouaat5 of Trance that caufe 9f is thccouimotjcjufcdf Vi4 ByTUJfcw a nunly of Their fftt4mcnT9r anil1 a dcci favour of indcpeildcncc oftiirdpc rorif dTcncc pf will that of the in cliflatUiutojCloit be mciiutfd bjthe power of Thaf plower5 Af mnlf appears ar fir ft fight to tooprobable but there are afford a bright ray of that thrinuaUitanls of Hel vetia maVytit ha cffeifts are td fend niaiiy a large arnjy in thatcounuy by acorn force jbulyndcr lyidcr what ad bCTOBSH CHARITY ON a CHARITY WILL BK patAcncn about By the NICHOLAS la the OuAvIt of TjiaMAsfmtt Six oclock MI the Eveningy FORTY poofPatbtarleiVtrid MotberlcW AJLE ANOTHER SERMON will be preached m the Foreaoon of Taid for the fame WILLIAM puWHhedV by A CircumftanBial AC COUMT of the TESTIMONY given by the the ASSIZES of in the Cafe of tfio fate JUord i LI i n n ii SCHOOL OF PHYSIC IN A to fuhiugate the would DC ri vctti1ngVhe chains t heTr now tp ylwwp that it cannot efcapc the ob lerfaUon tlc meaueft fuUlicr in the French Tbat Tpldiers thus orders oi there need be no doubt out that they would fight wirlv alacrity that Uiey would tnttriHto fuch acoiiteft with that tUcy would be any other than the Common courage of cannot lor a moment be What do we fee on the other fide A body of firm aad cnthufiafti dcyoteJ to the caufc in they arc ing fur all tltat is dear Ior public freedom aad do me lie What an iacllimable fupcriority do they thus acquire over the more COIN rage of their opponents The one becaujq is liis dnty as foldier to obey the orders of his commander thp other is determined to or to llwe or lravely nicct glorious death in the field of The former for and rifles his life no further than is required by the rules of military whilfl the latter combats for and will cheerfully facriflce his lite to obtain The of having well of his no longer dazzles the eye of the French for his country u not his country is not in danger whiHt the bwifj Patriot ift identified with his and hears iufpiripg bint the invigorating him wheu faint and and iootnlng him in the hour of honorable death with the that he bas fcrvcd his country i aud that poftcrity will while it records hU The bjaveft and moA determined troops be overcome by fupcrior numbers they may fall till none are left to fupport the of patriotlOu and of honor fuch may be the fate of the nfs j but mod dc youtly do we that fucccfs may crown their and mew to aftoniflied Ft aiicc and admiring the happy effects of ciertcd in the cauie of and directed agaiufl Public thing ihpklfr valuable of may SVSTIM oft mendng and a SERMON on the HUGH BLAIR HMift tot die ttn of ScKoo of as toatilnlog niu iV adapted to the Youth of Vl 1 MEDICAL LECTURES of tbePrv feflbni Will commence in Trinity on Mon Hovenlber the as follows on the Tfheory and InOitutts Me at on the PnaAice of at on Matccia Mcdtca and at The above honrs ara tkoTc of the Port office Ooiirfcs of Anatomy and ChentAry will be given aft the ufual Lectiiresmi will continence ilfe of PupiU will be inftruclcd in the Art of DiffcAingand making Anatomical at the Anatomical The except thatxif will clofe before the lA of WHUTLEY i THE TRUSTEES of the LINEN MAKU L are to meet at the day ntxtthK 9th day of at 0nc Vd TAKt WTO Tht fuWherf apprtintihg PortInfpedoM of FlaiSecdl and oecffflkry be given thcon tbv be adopted for the Brawn Seal MifteWltrthe Province of What Premiums maybe neceHary to encourage the Growth of FJfaiJ inthe enfuitog Seviial applications from Lttieri whofe Roomj have Keen pulled down in prepariug for tbc New initHe new Jitoly for their Apd or rjther OSofier JAMES Sefc i Odkobcr TpHlS Geflepal hereby givev No ii ready lor BUILD ItVFAKTRy in the toPlans and la bcften at iusOhice from ten to four everyday to be fcaled gcopofals BfcUding a Barrack at and delivered at this Qfficcion oc befoBe the ad day of November aftcc which day no Propofal will be h tp that although has hitherto been the no advances of nor in bq made to Undertakers of Barrack nor will tbe Scnerafpay any Sum on account of them during rfieir but at his and then only in fuch proportion as he may think within the Money laid out By l JOHN ROYAL NOTICE is hereby given that the Directors of the Royal Canal will receive Propofalsfor Drawing TWO PASSAGEBOATS to and from DUBLIN to NEW CASTLE Weft of the NineteenMile Houfe on the Mul for One Year on the ift of No vember being a diftjmccif divided into three Stages the ume to be contracted for either rately or in the as may bc agreed Propofals to at the Lower willbe received until the Doth of on which day the fame wiUe be Signedi ROTAZI CANAC MARK J Secretary a be employed OVERSEER of tiic Building of the new SHlP oppofitc to the CuftbmHoufc a who can be well recommended for ability andintegrity may apply in to Secretary to the at Navigation Mcrrion C A U T 1 O I HAVE difchargtd ANN my for a molt infolent Particulars may b known by applying to my at Bally near I t A Negotiation it is about to be opened between the Duke of Modena and the Margrave of for the celfion of the for Laft Sunday between ten andeleven I FOREIGN In the and in a few frays will A N to the1 iff cffirL JMtfN Collection of in 70 C Jfcftimported EXCELLENCY the from t jji Thompfoni Syftcin of Effays on Mifccjlaneous 84 Annual Regifter tor HiOory of wkk Plaureof 5 Whites the in Ute UnitcdStates of from the Frenth of Ml da BISHOP Of 3d JEDIWOKV 4 and to be had Of Bookfelkr QottftrfiaciAL Buiimfoos T ECTURES the GOSPEL of delivered in the Church of the BEILBY Bl SHOP of a Vols Price They krft calculated alike to do good t5 the learneds and the the well as the the grave and the the gay nritTthc They art without without Jiny tindlure of enthufiafm pedantry and without lofmg fight of the graces of flylc and Sept NATURAL by WILLIAM of Car li Price T6 be had of JOHN BojtbiiraL A SERIES of by Madame dc 19 6 or the Fate xi 4b Memoirs of Family in 15 Letters of a fqlitarjr by Charlotte JO irf Irifli 5 Moorea Tranflation oft 15 by the late Thomas 7 The Works of fine Ehgravings 19 LONDON MUSIC and COi Mufic Sellers to Their Royal Highncffci the Paincv and PRINCCIS of WAI and Manufacturers Mufical Jamcsi refpedVfully inform their FRIINOS in and the MUSICAL in that they have openad 4 Mufic WESTMOR LANDSTREE Corber of where thev intend publishing every New Work in future regularly in and where may be fccn their Patent German the encouragement GOULDINO for the fame in HujjUadv induces them to hopd their Friends in this Country trill not find them unworthy tbeir approbation upon TFe Gentry and the Mufical Wufrld ig may depend uprn their utmuft exertions to render Article ia the MuficLine worthy their LONDON MUSIC DIRECT fKOM KEYSERs PILLa A RE decidedly the taroft ekgantand Medicine ever yet discovered fon fiiattered Confli wcakhcfs of Sight or of the fcsual and and all other Difeafes arifing from relamcd Aztc of the Aervaiu And vartow Diforders are brought on by diifipation in and the violation of thofc rules whicU prudence die Utcs for the of and laying a founda tion for a long and happy with a firm Confutation therefore wbofe CfaQitutiona have been impaired by tht thiaCe will prove a and pcnaaoent To bg had in Half aad Quarter Guinea 014 SM4 mt TO TUB and take the liberty of informing the WOT the ProfelBaii iA that they have opened a Mu6c the Comer of where they mean in future to fupplf their Wholefale Dealers in and where i re gular aflbrtraent of all their Publications and InftrnmenU of their own ntanufaAuring will be kapt for that The general encouragement GOULDINO and meet with throughout England tod 61 proof of the liberality of the and their Friends in Ireland may depend upon bthig ftrvcd on the fame advantageous LONDON MUSIC and of EfTcJt fgc Capclftrcct and the houfe which engine erected at for clearing the works of the tunnil of wasdifcovered to be on notwiihflanding exertion made to burnt very and Confirmed nearly all the timber work in the inwtfoT of tht Some iow being fet on JJJP ftory of the bulldirtg fuppofed by tif c workman MI ho had of the caufe of the above whjcfc will oc n a considerable ejcpence and lofa f time to this is the more to ani Corner rcfpcAfully inform the they have opened a MUSICAL tcifive already fupplied with a very valuable Itaion of and to will be added the wWB of their future London Publications as foon as they can be of the Terml of 8UD be had The to he entered as and tne fiift Suhfcribcrs to have the preference of ajj tcnfive and General Aflbrtmcnt of TRUSSES of an Im proved hitherto unknown in this which in the very worft Cafes of Ruptiire will afford tlie mofl fcafonablc want of fuch Articles in the manydtBgcrout and diftrcfllng Cafes of has been lone the caufe of painful anxfttics to the who ought to know their ty m cannot be a moment iccure with out fuch has fo arranged this bufinefs with his the Public may bc always fare to meet a Conflant Suoply of thefe Articles i Inftruments for Curing Diftorted Legs and Feet of Dlftorted 1 and every article of Machinery where Deformity can be menied at ihe whole o4 the WOrfcl VVtlt 10 ft prolI relieved by Mechanical which has gained him petaui I the Faculty in This Day is and Corner of HANDELs abridged a for the Voice and went for the Flute or by OVERTURES for the Accompanyment for the 1 adapted Price Both Works to be THREE DUETS for the from favourite Sonatas compofed by J Price with a great Variety of New Song a with an
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