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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - October 19, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                purfuei with j TV her defign of extending her poflef lionsid Ihe it is every day more fully 1 noultl unite the Finance and Diplomatic Deuan new Prefers of Palnce are to be It was rdmburej that the fuppreffion of the Mi mftryot Police was but the prelude to other tm I ortant choices in the That confirmed aha he has facceedifd in the negotia which he had undertaken for the exchange of the Bavarian infleffions on the left bank of that the Auftrlan commonly tailed Anterior the Brifgau de Minifter of the King of to the Court of Bavaria in accelerate termination of this It appears that His Pr11itian believes with that he will facilitate very much rhe dectfion of the affairs of the by as much as in his the vTfhes of by her rank and her might otherwile throw new impe in the way of the The con vention which cedes to the Houfe of Auftria the ditlrkH of the Inn for the Grand Duke fafcanft war 10 be figned at Munich on the th of this ikiH ir is confidently afferted that two regi ments of infantry and a regimentnf huffars have been put at the difpofal of the Duke or the moment in which he is to take pofTeflion of this fpreads on every fide in We learn in the Canton of Lngann have taken the fir ft Heps towards the of the antient order of and that day inhabitants wcte to be convoked in aflemblifs to eletf the new authorities of the The Coqnmaodant of the Helvetic troops has declared ihat be will not Imetfere in thtfe bat he wilt maintain tranquillity with the The Gifons have alfo their antient laws the and the Cammiffioh of Commerce at have informed the mer ihat notwirhflanding the even s that have the tranfit of merchandife wili continue free as We ate infbrrhed that the auxiliary Helvetic which was at Ravenna and is 19 arrive this day at under orders to rerucn TO its own country to be employed by the govern This demibrigade confifts of from 800 to iooo The eflfervefcence which reigns in that has fyread into the cidevant which makes at prefent a part of the Italian Re Some fed it iocs movements have begun to tending t reeftablilh the aniient con nections of that country with that of The Government has caufed to be feized ut Chia ihe laft mail arrived from lo obtain in his of the of confpiracy rhru lusbeen week a and an Auttrian courier arrived The former has br6ught infti uctions to the French Le gation to hnfteit the of the and fay ther fupplemrmary planot indemnities before without firft fending it to Paris for ra It is expected tht rhis plan will make appearance this week it will contain jajXe alieraiior s of the Bavarian left Peteriburgh pi the zift of and arrived litre yellerday on his way to brings ad vice df feverttl changes that have taken place in the Ruffian Count a brother of the Ruffian AmbajTador at London has been appointed Grand and princi pal Director of Foreign Affairs COM nt xvho before was in the preceding has made Mtnlfter of the Interior and Waffilicff Finance The Prince of Czar toriofky takes the place of Count Kotlchubey in the Foreign Prince in con ieqnence of his own repeated has received his Imperial his difmiffion from that Citizen Scfeim is at rmeliatcsin and is of the four candidates propofed by the De partment of Holland to fucceed Citizen who goes out of the Directory on the ift of No The Generals Daendeti and Dumoncrau it is received orders to appear before the Directory t others that they will be bought under The Courant contains a report from that rhe Fieiich have received orders to pals the a non as it thall appear that there is any delay in lermiuatiitg the affair of the 7 did the Court of Buona parte aff ird a Wronger idea of was foimerly called he Levee of the Kings of than it did during the two firft Sundays of his refidence at Hlrfe and foot guards were placed at all the and the whole length of tfie mag nificent avenue was filled with of 200 pubitc ail in brilliant uni forms t fcwn eight mixing among the civil and milrary functionaries the prdceffion of the Firil C nful to the C In and his return his manner faying a tew words to the principal afforded an idea of the Le vee or at Verfcrllejl It appears to be certain Uiar the Ouftilwill fix his abode at and come t only on the days of great na tional f The Cabinet of Cloud will be of in the fame way as lie Cabinet At Cloud n prf n is to be received but full dreJed and der j theConfuls and Mi nitttrrs r drefs in the former French wiri 1words by liieir tides There is alfo an en queue etiablilhed for the One mis nd may Irive ujj ro the 1cor j a e t Mop at the There is alia an etiquette ul firH and frcond Sm n to one of the Ma QthMr day afl at the Chttfft Holifft which much in per Tons w no might come f h n replied the M un the road to n ems Jofcph Buonaparte the1 Departments of Ji ftict and the andlLucien Buonaparte Wnrand the There is no fuundution for thefe except the appointment of Tal leyrand to the Finances but he would in that the it is not m that fenfible to ihe merit of cie and to the plea lure of feeing a Con if a Marlhdl of France wait upon him with his would appoint him hts It is known tliat at the famous epoch of the Tallcyiand was dtfirous of having the Finance department in the nhole of that day may be culled the day of tor Scyes hoped to have ihe firll civil and adminif trative leaving only the nar to Buona parte Admiral hoped to have of Marine t the and Beurnon yille the Military department noiit of thefe had The Firfl Cdhful fajd then to Tnlleyrarid that at another period he might undertake tbe and it is that the finances have frequently formed the fubjecl of converfaiioh of the fchool of Pauchaudt fome fyHems which iheFJrlt Conful appears tu have and it is he will fufitrtobe It rs cenatn that the finances occupy theilvef atleniionand ansiity with lefpecl to the brothers of it is imagined that he will never give to any of them an ain tiabiitial in the He too wel recollects ihe quar rels hich took place between him and Lncien when the latter was Miojfler of the and AmbafTador With refpect to his habits and cba racier lead him to and the pleafurei of the He can ny be induced ro labour upon grvat fitch as thofe which occafionctl his millions to Amiens beei rem rke 1 iliat the in the fix ing of the periods at Members f the Legiflature av to go fcems to have had fome revenge in for the manner in which it has been forced to the ih For at the end of the year fe cevoted 10 the are to g fuch as at the end of the year Chauvelin is to reiuquifh his jegifTn tive Cat nor is kept in till the year 1 The arrived too n ng l r er OCrOtEX We received this morning the Moniteur o to h It is wholly fileni with refpect to Switz but we fear thafj the French G is enough employed in meafures againft that unhappy We fhould hope that there is yet fplfit and enetgy enough to be found in fome quarter of to oppofe this monftrwiii aggreffion on the part of Fraiuf j and we muftconfets that we feel fo much for the honor of our own that we hope that energy and fpirit will be found to refide It would be becoming the high character of this country for moderation and and we hope likewife foffirmnefs and to imerpofe in be half of the brava and virtuous It is a mta fure which we are cqnfident would meet with the applaute and hearty fupport of the whole Bntilh though they may anxioufly with to preferve are difpufcd to be calm fpcdatnn of the mqfl atrocious act of op preifion and injuftice that has yet ftaiaed the me lancholy annals of This is a fubjedl on which we f hall take every opportunity of It is intereitinfrio the feelings of Ap pears to us tolje affuming an importance that in volves rjhe fate of every country which ftill can boaft ot a On the ayth ofaft a grand ft Deum was at in celebration of the Reunion ut Piedmont to the Frelfch at Ge y Mdore ry of States and adled at private tpLord Cornwallii at left Lonrfori rtccompanitd by a Kmga Hit ture was a profound fecret jo every peffoft connect r Signed bef re He is occupied in regulating with the Miniftcr for Foreign Affairs rhe csremrinies to be ubferved on the occafion of his audience of ce remony Semonville is the onlj member of the Corps Diplomatique who has thequality of Ambaf The affair of the Generals with the Government is The following is the declaration of Generals Daendcls and which tt to b publifhed tornorrow in the public papers l The Government of the Slate having deemed it neceftary to take informations upon what rein res to the Bulletin which U contained in ike publication of the z8th Generals DaendeU and Du monCvau have addreffed the following million to the LieutcaantGtntibli Daaidtli inJ Dumoxteau ta Gauncil ttar tf tie Batavian It would be unbecoming the rank we have the honor to were we into an exculpation of with to a certain of which we have been informed by the publication of the Government of State of the 38th Yet think it to declare officcrt who love that our fentimcnts have been entirely by inferting oar names in the Taid the Army would be perfuaded that we approved of the propagation of the fpirit of oppufition among the troops to the and that we wilhed to excite them to We entreat the of War to make known our fentimenU to the Government of Health and Five or fixfuperior and fome who had come to the Hague to affift in the Revo received an order this morning to repair to their refpective corps irr the courfe of the un der the penalty of being They quitted the Hague in thecourle of the andDumonceau are to on Sunday a dinner of upwards of one hundred covets at the Hotel of ExtratS of another The tumours and couj for fome rime paft in projected plan of altra tion m the Government of this were by no means void of we are now actually on the eve of a changeh is even expected to lake place within a day or Preparatory to this important LieutenantGenera ceau and Citizen arrived here the It is likely to be brought about by ami cable Daendels has already had his conference with the Preiident of the Executive The plan feems to be well known in the higher no meafures whatever have been takrn to fecure or difappoim the planners fo that it is extremely probable they act on the authority of the Ruler fupported by a parr of the prefenf to be provided for in the new It is till expelled ihat Scrtimmelpenninck is to be the head t but under what is not perfectly known that t Cunful is the general Daen dah has no place aligned him in the rumour will be at the head of the Legion of mould it happen that we are cie Mined to follow the example ofour great Friend and The number of JvnglHlTtroops at the Cape of Good which will bo fent onto India by the dips lately according to a letter Idtely received from Cape Towac Cabinet Council that met on 7 ed his intention of returning to Eiirppe bjFifa but an exprefs was immediately djft patched wiih requeft that be wouli continue in India another this rebueft he no provided if reachJhini befnfe his which is The Marquis Wellefley has appoited a man at the Bar in Calcutt to be Advocate General to the additional tnformauon has been received frotii nerat Jourdan The French fapers are anxious to make the world believe that is returning to the pons of France Belgium but we may be we to doubt the truth of fuch in It is never under a Defpotic Govern ment that and ihe wealth and prof perity which it are moft likely to be fbundv f ROM THE tj The French Govenment is evidently in riohafic to fend us their Ambaffador f ours has long been taken leave of his Court which General AndreofTi has is prepared to fet off nt a moments nut ice The is evidently on rhe tide rumours w hich have been to long to quiet the public andiofaiisfy the public have now loft their At one the Am bntladors private affairs are the caufe of his delay a luclden fit of Our Readers may be Buonaparte would not fuffer a diplomatic operation to be retarded by any of thefe We cannot fail to obferve with what Scarcely n fortnight has elapied lince Brune and baunton viile appointed to the Turkifh and Spaniih embaiiies yet they have1 already taken and are probably by iliis time on their way their ref petfhve finiaii The Ambalfador 10 Great Bri not the liajl important of ed five he has not hnd his audience of leavewand he liil lingers in the Cubital of the Uni Some perf ns Conceive tins be a matter of flight becaute we have a French Mi nifler it is to them a macter of no confluence whether his nrme be Otto or If Peace had the exchange of one Ambaffador fur anotBer would bean event of no moment but it was al moW from the moment the Preliminaries were figfi that Otto was deflined to a different and that another Gentleman was appointed t the His appointment has long fince been hence the Public have been very much furpriied thathis departure has been fo long It is natural to fuppofe that fome points yet remain to be fettled between the two countries and tho that is no fufficient reafon for ftupping the yet it may be imagined by France thai the not fending him may be hoc of inducing us to yieldjto the demands fhe may have What points remain to be conceded by us we know The Definitive Treaty has exe as far as it depended upon usr with perfect good The delay in evacuating Malta is no fault of but jit It lent the Hipu laed number of and the Grand has but juft been Both thefe events depended upon France more than upon a wife fyfleni of hich warched the inroads of and law ihe ftrides lias made fince the vlould have dictated other in when we give Malta to whom do it To the Order merely Will this Roman chofeo by the be inde pendent of France the events that have occurred fince the and the aluration that has been produced in ifae flute of France and of w trld juiiify us in demanding f ime additional fecuriiy The union of the Italian Republic to the the partition of attempt to expel as it out of the thefe occurrences without placed France in a different fituation from what the was at the con ciufionof the the delay in the arrival of the Ambaffador is to be imputed to any caiifes connected with thofe are unable to Hate but it is that neither the Generals private nor his can retardad his departure for four As the Cohfular Levers are only as the AmbafTador muR have his audience of leave before he does cannotexpect his arrival before the next Yefterday morning his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Yoik infpected the ift battalion of the Firft Regiment of and alfo the tft battalion of the Second Regiment j alfo thefoldiers who had enlifled tu ferve only during the The Duke ttended the His Royal Highnefs particularly inquired whether any of thm had wives and and thofe who were immediately It is at prefent under the confederation of the Bank to pay all the One Pound in fpecie on fhe firft of January and to iffue no now ones after that an opportunity of confolidatiog theif organizing their civil and niilitar eftabKlnTiicnip before a French capable of adlinv can be The French Official whkh arriwd todarf brings long of the given at the Diet of with regard to the reclaiming petitions preftmted againft the plan of Indemnities propofcd by France and The Conebtfum of all ret lamajtions in a mafs that they mail be referred to tbe Mediating Jor ibeir moff ayi of the Gtrman Empire bt difpoial of thefe Povcerc and fhew that the Firft Conful doei not lually to his Italian than to the crefWalfck Empire of Jt by an article from French forces hitherto fent to the WeftIndies reckoned fufficient for the not polTeflions as the preparations for forcerhents are again renewed tfith From twentyfive to thirty yeuels to We learn with by leiters friam tiveV that the ealcalation of the the late conflagration has been vetif ftiuch Jt is now as as not to have exceeded which The teft of tlie lofi will fall upon To great a number of as not to affect any tingle perfon Such hai been the fury of the that on Monday laft the ruins had not ceafecf Letters from Paris give the following account of the proceedings with regard to the du Com the books of which were one day feized in fo extrordinary a It became objecl with the Government to f upprefs this for which we Ii thought ihe beft mode to get a quantity of their bills rtnd make a run on In purfuame this about four millions of their paper was collected but the Directors being aware of thu collefted about fiXxmiUtons of Govern ment and when the demand w as made paid not in but in ibHr own coin This produced fo much that rhe Hep already mentioned was Several Directors of the National reprefented that the flop pngofihis might be the ruin of and rhe Hank might alfo This remonflrante had tne The books were fent and the Caifle du Commerce has permiffion to go oa for four being the time when all their ac ceptances will be paid It appears attempts have been made by French fvvindlers to import upon fome perfans in this by to have been confiden tial friends or fervants of eminent victims of the They pretend to have buried jewels in a certain place near the red dnce of theperfon to whom they addrefs them this they apply for a to obtain their liberation from S metimes they enerofity by there Not lung an Alderman ot received a letter ot tins fi pried from one who defcrtbed himfelf as having been fervantto the Marfhnl de but now con fined in the at The rrw did not take effect fo far as to induce Mrj Cfamlington to remit money to the This fpecies of fwindhng had long been pradifed with fuccefs in the Police almuft every week cautbns againft Naples has fent part of the troops in virtuf of the Definitive Treaty of are to gsrifoB a Grand Mafter has alfo ben Buc have not that orders htive been fent to we our troops to evacuate the ffland j it is that directions have been iiTiied to fome of ficers to join their refpecTive regiments at Is General Andieozzi detained at Paris till the ffa with reflect to the Ifland are carried hrto execution Jones made a bet of fix hundred guineas af at one oclock on Tuefday thar wvfhin three hours he would fet off in his own carriage for town and perform the jour ey m hours arid a half j he won with cafe in lefslhtf nine The diftance 100 who was convicted years murder of in and was pardoned on condition1 of tranfponing himfelf for died lately at tW houle of a in Grays Inn he had been immured ever fince his liberation and to whom he bequrathed his property amounting to about excepting time needy relations in the Irifh Gentleman who refled at on ftifpirion of bringing dors into is dill detained at The hit h were botiglit at Har 0 have been fuutid perfectly at the Mm the reafon alleged for deuiining him hat are fairl to have been c iricd without j of the I is fmgular that a the name of whuhad the fame kin o and from the fame M H 1 ihouid not allo have been   

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