Dublin Journal, October 16, 1802

Dublin Journal

October 16, 1802

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Issue date: Saturday, October 16, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - October 16, 1802, Dublin, Dublin i j r t t i 4 ct 7 ti Pi late libNl TvfcyWbf ihU lowing l the attention and approbation rty of the irnd reheving the Miferies of thte a and in the of chit ofpftblirt iff fcarlfcthent hd1 vate Virtue that can adorn the to the trtatt 4au ttl accept the our o t by i cfleVev ihe Citiwn and qiftept refirfoony df Ouf which Vr leave topreTeht iii a Gold unanfcnoully voted feo bV ydiir of tlifc Ctilfd of you long cnjoV rfclTcclion of tndy In Obtained the on of lias the PrbrpeKfy and canfed Seal 0f laid Guild to the day attd year ty T but beKnfible that the merit yduVfjiirtlality 1ft rf great degrteyfrrcm the countc haVeVxjjerienecd from tlfat Claft of which you arc comprehended Snamftcdhr fuch belt tiuMof the Magiftratc the peace promote the itelfin of the would be weak and ineffec If I have fucceededin my wi flics in difcharginginy dutv with I have to thank my FellowCitizens for their which enabled tne fo yoiii as part of that JBJT gratitude ii doubly for contributing fo to my humble while jn and for the very par favour you have this day conferred Your much obliged humble RICrjASUC OAubcr VVt the itwas rcfolved tfhaftht following ADDRESS be prcfented ifd ihe LATE MlGH with a Silver Box to each ofthcni iJtrs and JTo H attentitin tothe Prare antf GPTO tpia fireat your general in the diftliarge Of your duty High boing diftinguiflied for propri in every the and Brethren of the Guild of in full Hall on Public did unAiiimoully refofvc to mark their approbation of your by prefenting each of with a Silver as a public teftimony of and the high fenfe they entertain of your rcfpedUve ut tcftimony we have caufed the Common Seal of Guild to be hereunto the day and year i The LATE HIGH SHERIFFS GlNTLZMEN WITH pride and gratitude we receive your Hie unanimous approbation of our as High She cxpreiled in terms fo honorable to by your truly Ktye0artle has cited a feeling iti our minds which Vordi are inadequate to have the honor to remain Your ubedicnt and vcny luimble ABRAHAM BRADLEY NATHANIEL That faiil and Aufwcrs be Signed by TIMOTHY A ALDERMEN OF i Meeting of the md loyal Society the ALDERMEN of His Excellency the in the Chvr following Addrefs was uninimoufly agreed to TV dMerman RICHARD late Lord Mayor of the City of SIR Freeholders and Freemen of the City and freeholders of the County of who compile the an Jicnt and loyal Society of Aldermen of have with plcafurc beheld your conduct in the arduous office of Chief Magiftrate this They have ftca with the politenefs and fuavity of manners 3k 2tne 7 attentive to the hrterefls of your without oftcntatioufly appUufe by any oppreffivc to the Individual Under tbefc this Society refpeftfully in 1 banks for auofficial condujt which every vir tuous and loyal muft approve and we reqncft by accepting the moft honorable fituation we can you OUR gratify yonr Brethren who have long regarded your now admire your PUBLIC Signed by JOHN To the ANTIENT and LOYAL SOCIETY of ALDER MEN of myfclf hfihly by ite very flattering from your uly my CQndlul lntlle of Chief of Civ Jflur8c uf the duties that I he bJrB Mtillils fcrvicc to Without In U aii lmPrlijl adininiftration of und Sab e h but which is moft va g Skiu ic honor to ibedient Friend and Brother RICHARD To the WARDENS BRETHRENof the CORPORATION of heart may be fenfibla of motion ttte pea cin very fliy partill RefoltttloftaQd in which when you unnnimOaflj rhr Freedom of your mpedUble Guild in Which enhance I mjtfdf dtfiftute of words to ex prtfi Ay j w T r J ii V timoniaJs of approbation fvhieh 1 havebeen h on retiring from the of Magiftratrfof will fill ray L fentimeuts of to Accept my rilpecVvl Thjanki for y and be a lured I flmll ever a of i Ypuf humble v AT the fame tiriib 46 That the Freedom of this Corporation be prefdnted td ABHAHAM BRADLEY and late High Shcrifii of this T WE prefctu with tlie Freedom of crar do jt bccaufc we know well of of Dublin when we obferve your impartial cdndmft in contefted Eledionfor Regrdenia tivcs rn wejhohor you f and we refpcd in contemplating your eohducl iff11 every other de partmentid fulfilling the duties1 of your high well as for your private Characlrers Wt thVrefOre pray your acceptance of tlm fpontintous tribute pre fenttd with our bcftwifhes for your health und Signed by 6n Alderman MAiVoraa ifaetfbOvc jjAii v I f 9JZ To the CORPORATION of WE feel ourlclves moll highly in the hpnqr which you have been pleafed to conter upon and more efpecially for the reafoit whichyour kiad partiality af However ankioufty have laboured to dif charge our we helitatc not that that anxiety was rncrcafed by knowledge that and recwnmeud us to ihe favour of our We With Gncerc your affcGiouaie CORPORATION OF the izth of beitiff Oil tenDay of the Corporation of or Gmlci Day of the Corporation of of the following Rcfohitions Were una nimuufly agreed to i That we tvduld deem it a dereliction of public did we omit the earlieft opportunity of tefti fying our entire approbation of the dignified manner in which ALDERMAN RICHARD MANDERS filled the high office of Chief Maglllrate of this whofe deportment the pobtenefs of the and the integrity of the were op all occafions equally by whole exertions and Example the of this City was fo eminently preferved and rcqucit him to arcept the fmall tribute of our grateful for his truly honorable dif cbarge of the important duties of that arduous That the vigilant and fpirited conduct of our late worthy High and fully entitle them to the approbation of all clafTes of their we hereby re turn them our finccxe JOHN JONAS JOHN j To the and Brethren of the Cwpo ratiori of you impute to me the bed Intentions of fcrving the Public in my official you ds me juftiee but when your kindnefs leads you to exprefs yonr opinion of my discharge of that important duty in fuch nattering you will believe my inccrity in that I can not find words to convey my Fur the good opinion of the refpeclable and worthy Citizens oT I have ever felt the ftrongcft ambition may judge how that ambftion muft be ritifitil by the unanimous approbation ot lo rcf peclable a Corporation as In my future I my to whom I have the warmcft feelings ot will find which I am now inadequate to I have the honor to Your obliged and faithful RICHARD To the I Pur and LretLrcn of tie Corpora tion of or Guild of uinniinous approbation riprefTcil by your table Guild of our conducj as is Iiihly fiattci ing we fnoud ferling we not ever retain a grateful oi We With affection Your ubhicil humble e honor im while in proved ure I feel in havingdifc jjcyamannei asin the leaft degree tKe grcatcjln humble Serva tion ribw bcftowedOnlyifroAl Refolutioa Ordered to be prcfented to ABRAHAM and late uoanintouftjri That ratioia belaud are hereby givcnio ABRAHAM BRADLEY KINO and our late High great exertions la of the duty of highand impbnant i JOHN JOBW r V TJie CatnitTTttburlag vaited upoa the above Qeatltv hey To Brethren of At Corporatioh Balance in Ditto a very flattering in which you hw been for expreftyquy approbation qf j ingithc Monthly J npre demands and re than corapnoifates for every exertion of red we fhall ever etrin tBe higheft fenje of the hxifior thus conferred upon Your obedient bumble ABRAHAM MIDSUMMER GSAND JOHV jth That die excellent condud of our late Chief ALDERMAN RICHARD demands tht tribute of our His zealous attention to the interefts and polite demeanor every clafs of his can be rewarded only by the grateful recollection the Public entertain offuch diftinguiflied fervices and tho his exertions in thefuppreflion of Vice may have netted the difapproba of the Turbulent and they havefectired to him the good opinion of the Wife and and for which we requeit he will be pleafed to accept our rhofl Refolved That the official cenducl of the LATE HIGH on ill and particularly during the recent trying conteft for the Reprefentation of this entitle then to the thanks and approbation of their Robert Foreman Salmon Francis Hamilton Robert Newell MCrcady Robert Burrictt Thomas M Kenny Richard Davifon John Oldham Paid to and eipcncesj Balance in Stlti of fflief afalnifllrtd loft 1 S9 86 64 261 06 ict 7 j Benefactions in aid of this Inuitution will b received and acknowledged by Trinjty College Samuel Robert Cantrell Jofin Dow ling John Halpin Robert Ufher Mitchell John Sealc Edward Hardy Jonat Devcrill John Mandcrs George Hill White To the FOREMAN and GENTLEMEN of the LATE QUARTER SESSION GRAND t SHOULD be iafcnnblc did not your kind couched in fuch partial excite in niy breaft the molk lively fenfationi of To obiain and fecnrc the good opinion of my Fellow has through life been the ambitious willi of my heart to be honored with fo kind a tcftimony that I have not entirely failed in he it the moft grateful reward could be beftowed ou my rnuchrelpeiStcd my bcft thanki for your partiality and be allured I ever retain a grateful feu If 01 your I have tKc tnnor to With the ftrongdt itjitimmti oif and Your uliligjci RICHARD MANDERS To the FOREMAN and GENTLEMEN of the LATE QUARTKR SESSION LrRANO THE thiuks nf the late SeflTuut Grand Jury is to the greateft and ve are our conduct on the trying ocaUiou alluded o met your To ifaerit a cuutiairuice ot your cfft in lhali lc our ccnllant We tlie honor to Your Imaililk 30th THEfeveral V Spin UOM other Liquors in arc tlefiied torth wuli to lo the fevcral of Excile of the llif trivTki m wliich tlicyrefio the Amount of ihiir rclpcAive othrrwift the Penalties prticrihed by Liw will he without lurUitr of and BILOIUS t Dl3fON begs leave to rernmcl the Public of uncommon efficajfyfof AntBiMonj of which he is the They ate the bcft remedy for ail cafes of indigcftion which arifei Iroai an irregular fccretion and are more 1alutacy ufeful than any other Medicine preventing the coftive nefs of ficknefs of the generally ing a late of The great demand for them for exportation to thofe hotter where Bilious Di orders and where the Yellow Fever has fo is the encomium can bt given of their which if rccourfe to in tjme prevent the the formation of Gall and Inflamrtia tion of the Sold wholcfale and retail by fpecial by William fole Agent for in boxes at f each by and A New Edition of TO was laft week publiflied in Lou Ncur Month have now elaplcd race it has in or a could be had for anv f t i cither in England or Rvcry Male or are highly intcrefkd in this Three Shilling to prevent ire fyiwd by theAirihor Sold hy ami Ciillwtll THE CORDIAL BALM OF Which may be jiftly enumerated the of thole happy difroverics Which medical refearch nas procured as the bleftuips of the huivuu and ijrcaiell countcraiilivr to Thcufunds oi in the United H to bUfs the day rO to this aud enjoy thf I u have dropprd in tic vutims of SCORBUTIC EVILS from an intiniaie krfoitle r of has fc vfdcncel themoft uirpriiing iu fur the ruth ni wliitU ilic friers iicatts ot rauny rcfpcotaule Pevfiin1 of loth iu her tlc who mfy be if Icaid with SCOUBLH 1C CAN CONSUM vOKL or PILES from ot Oe ac tinal tiiautities of according in the rf O their Her hcca ti bean Prcvcnuuve againfl theyellow lo in rufUikuiu M i ;

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