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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - October 21, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                FOAJKJGN evening intelli gence wws that the HeUeiic Amy had been routed by the and had retired in dilorder upon Laufmne was this morn ing in a ftate of th greatrft alarm nothing lefs was ralkVi of the retreat of the Government to on a faw arrive here AdjurantGeueral of the Firft Citizen who ptDcredrd to the accompanied by Citizen theFrench and tranlhvterl to the President a Proclamation dreffcd by Btlonirart t6 Cantonsof the Helvetic Rr dated at Clobd the joth After the reading of the General Happ announce 10 the that he fliould go 4o to m ike the communication to the and he fet off for that purpofe a minutes Weafe that rhe Bernefe Yefufe to obev the fumrnons of the Firft that General kapp is charged TO declare to that tlie French will fend men into Switzerland TheSenate has iflfued the following for the publicatipn of the Proclamation of the Firft The Senate Iravlng heard read the TJecliration oT the tfirft Conful of dated at Cloud the 3Oth of brought hither this day by General with lively gratitude this teftimony of the of the Firft Conful for Helvetic tkjtthe Senate conform to the faid Declaration in ail concerns ft Information the pcWent Decree fliaU be torall the Authori and Mn to the Chiefs of the Trftopi armed agaiuft the x Before the hews of the late events had been re the Government had cmficied the Cwn Chief of the troops tp Citizen Von Cttizen thr Chief of the firft rtctvettc demibriga ceived a letter invitinsfhim de arefr Rrnrjpifii proAde for lijm and thl carpi VihWh the new fhffl liavfctnken Friburg is entirely furromidd by thellffurgents one battalion alone fiirms de one of rhe officers of the arrived this of cearing a letter from the Generalin vexations exercvfed in the Canton of agninft on attachment caufe ofthe As thefe complaints are it k nor preftJtntd that Government will give any decifion ttynn General Rapp arrived yeflerday at the Head quarters of the He General Bachmann the Proclamation of the Firft and fumnvmed to The latter demandedhalf an rour to cOnfider kf the pnrt he fhpuld fter he promifed tofufoendhoftilities until receipt of freihor fprrtd and hi great M lahftd Sinkof received euihenttc it Prince ratified on the igtK Treaty figned at Parts on between CititenTi learn that the Confedfated Miudnn evening abou 5 The right of Bachmann arrived alfo yeflerday evening before As to the higher Coun nothing has taken place it is inw eleven and no intelligence has Ijeen received we hope that General rejecl the demands that we fliould be prepared for the The gentfalt has been the troops flatibned un the heights command but without any Jiof tile The HdvSMexJifcr rd of the auxiliary demibri by Citizen is On V morning the jd our final i4 and 1500 was at Macked in its while thp1 Jeall rfrev our attehtiiMi by irfiilfe attack the bridge of They a column through tha Thefe which frorft the fmail of our we werefanable to ren for after a refiftanCe to tali to prevent our being Oiwyoung who pofltflfed nipre efiedlrtd the retreat dif to advantage of and gave no refpite coour endeavoured to rally at but tjie prehenfion of bring cm foon canVertedOie into a and it bocame in rally the It then appeared that Vas an organized phiti to1 troops and to Xpread that An waa behind the fttppolition enemy were rJorffly purftiing Se Atral perfons at fhe bead df cried iut dut were going to taken veral Ihots were fired in f he which bordered the fo rhat the further they gdf frofn the ihe they were foppofed to tSircuttiftanclfB confirm the Come illdijfpdfed Jbecforis wUhed to profit by for the pufpbfe of fpreieJtog terror to tqence of Some Emiffaries from lierne have been who were fent for the them m A clamatiqp Gencrat Bach was watjiddrrffedto thcCQm Jf the it threat that if thty proceeded to any hofiile and if they did not difbaod thejr tb0t property ih be and the gTfatfft rigour exercifed their The Proclamation of tliefirfV Conful arrived on the which reanimated the courage of our and gave hope to all good AJ the corps ag putting thcmfdves in morion on all in order to join the troops of the The troops have taken a po iiiion between Moiulon and As fo the have no doubt but fhit the Generals of the enemy wifJom to conform to the the Firtt Tticjj fiiluws n Protjanjation from the Prefefl of the Qinion of denouncing fcvere pcnairiea the it they take arms againli tne tofiifpend hoftilities until receipt ders fromtheCbmmittee Oftober in the morning at five oclock the generate was1 and a rumour was that a body of the commanded by General was approaching to Laufanne by the road of but thec is reafon tp believe it is a falle and that General Bachmann has not according promife he made to the Adjutant of the Firft Con to fend orders to prevent any movementsby hisartny untilfurther directions were received from A general feized the in habitants of the and pf ihenileft in carriages or by ihr Af nine oclock a courier a rived frm General We learn that the Committee at Berne havedeclared that they could not g a decifive anfner to the Pro clamation of the Firft but that ibey would refer it to the Diet at were charged with the general direction of the affairs of They deputed two of their Members ro that land General Rapp has agreed to wait for their return o It is rhat orders have been fent to ihe different Commanders ro fufpend hoftilities but it Is feared they will noY be vibte to iheir but thnr they will puftv Laft night a courier who left Paris on Sunday he brought him a narnber of copies of the Firft Confuls They have been jcirhfied ty rhe French and have betn fent to the of the Sixiteleek hi the who commands the Bernele troops at and placer fyme arrived here today a of They came ro conclude an which s ro4aft nil the de Tlfion of the Diet of Schwitzi refpftcHng the is The corps uf our i J 4ft army Mount Jurat 2000 out theBernefe troops oppofrd1 totheni are above doubl that two other veiy ftrong Commanders pF the confe wjioare ih had begun to the gained over ihe Helvwtatt rhe daybeforeyef They expend every moinejpt rxeive information that he Central longer mable to maintain in would retire to Geneva aTljjiepartizans of the ancientVder of thought that i heir caufe bad finally triomphed but this Citizen Camp fothe FTrft arrived with a Procla mation the Eighteerl Cantons of dated A report fias bee part of determined io ce ftte Inn but that of tth ftme theMarjriis and the de to whjchtheCount de Markow acccd nnd by of the CouW of fuch as they have teen fixed by the plan of are fpecially Oaober number of Foreigners flocking this City iricreafcseveVy There Ec elednfticfll nor any of the Empire havtng any presence to who has hot either fent hither confidential or come in perfon to makea I may be judged from the great number of Notes which nave already been tranfmitted to the Deputation by the States u hat difficul ties there will to modifications and explanations to receive or to before thp affairs of the Empire c5n if the Deputation does not begin by adopting the Plan In leaving the details to be examined by particular ihe letters Germany agree in ftatingv that the Emperor will accede to the Plan of Indemnities as foon as he fhall have obtained an augmentation of Indemnity lori his brother the Duke of h is faid that a body of Auftriqn troops will be formed in the Tyrol and the to co operate in the reeftaWifhment of tranquillity in if from Lyqns that during the reprefehtation of the Marriage of Fi en ihe 6rh a hor ibleatfftnpt was made at the but fortunately were not fo ferious as might A cafe as was M p mnd of was placed the lop of the flair Cafe leading to the and during the firft an explofioa took and afrauli pan of wall was forced but no perfon was The alarm was and the performance didnot go The perpetrator of this cime has not yet been but the Police are taking every means to fird him arrived here from his way to bearing to the Turkifh Charge de Affaires the official news that the Grand Signior had appointed t e Pfince Con ftatUine of His is already arrived at provifory Hofpodar of Waila who had been hitherto charged with the Go vernmrnrof hat re fumes his Government of The courier who is ihebearer of this cannot be a maiter of indiffctenc tothe Aufran left Conftaminople on the 3 i of They there the Ex fnordinary Amballador io treiu fur peace ind chaffife ui ADutchMsiUrrived t ptmue letters contain intelll of confpiracy that was formed ttjUhe prefent form of Government of t To Holland ai to to it is the Chief ConfuV who fends and culls them Mediation His Ambaffa on the President of the BataVian Direclory on Saturday and informed that the Firft hai feaVief WSS aftonifhmentand indignationythat perfont fond wiftied again to difturb tlie tafcqiiiilitV Proclamation was irrmediatfly delivered to the of we not yet in formed what ahfwer they mean to This imjwrtant nevys entirely changes the face of ivehavfe no bur rhat hoftmdes two battalions of 4ad anived here from Landaui and continued their march for jd fquadron of the1 CimfTeurs fet off yeflerday for the fame to the maunder of It is reported in fome wellinformed that trie Cabinet Council which fat an took very ferous bufipefe into and re folved on very important The affairs of connecled ivith the general f were dijcufled and it was refolved not only that thiscountry mould remonflrateagainft 1 1 C I I Li of the the Ally of he invited tht government tov adopt meafurev to maintain the prefent 6 eflabKfted oy the for the to havtMarapedlrTe KiJpesV the antidireclorial Ir flfould feerii ak if the had the Dutch Government wbul tal to the interefls influence Of monvilles departure for the ifegue was for the puYpofe of making declaration to the We dn not tnat is yek ready to leave Paris for this WhweVer may btf the caufe of delay in his whether real of we are inclined fd thinkthiu Lord worth will not depart for France till the French A fhalr have arrived been fent to Admiral m the They were deemed to be of fueh thai a cutter failed from Ply mouth with Wednesday at ah Difpatches Have been feht from well as from to the Concorde frigate failed with thentllroW Spit on Tuefday dtttinatknv we is The orders bich wa given here to rtie of aregiment now Rationed in Malta to repair to Gibraltar for t he purpefe of meeting their iegi meaty have been refcinded and yefterday they were or dered to proceed for Malta New cloarhing Has ju ft been hipped and fen r1 our for our troops at Maltaa does not look as if they were foon coming It was yefterday that the orders of difbanding the zd battalions of regiment son home on the 24th have beeiv We have nceived lettersfrom come down fo late as the 23d of We are concerned to ftate they bting very unpleafant accounts of the effects produced upon our fleet in the by a violent thunderftorm which took place on the igtJi No lefs than four men of was were ftruck by fome of which reived confiderable One man innately and many others were very much hurt by the By private we very extraordinary report whicli prevailed of attempt to alfaflinate the Emperor in which the Grand Duke Conftantine was faid tp be and in confluence of mat Prince has been to We Rate this as a re port prevalent at Paris and without vouch ing for its Accounts have been received at Lloydss of dreadful cataftrophe which has attended the Portu 4 he conduct of the Chief Conful in attacking the inI guefe Indiaman from bound dependfnce of but that we hould call I the which flate her blown u i gi i flp i f i t j i on other Courts to fecond our efforts in putting a Hop to hU ambitioui Fo this purpofe of Lord Hawkefcurys who affifted in the negotiations at has been fent m Harwich through Holland to to folicit the Imperial in conjuncliou with tharof Geat to remonArate againft the attempts of France to overthrow the ancient Government of for an overthrow it will fince it has been at the defire of the PUB Litthj doubt can be entertained that More is gone oh an Important miffion to The lulurgnts Inive occupied Moudon fince yefterday The Chief of Brigade Woc commanding in Chief the Helvetic proceeded rhii day to the Bcrnefe wlio oicipies and concluded with him i win h is to Lift until information been received of the relblution taken by the C Hnmitteeof relpecltng the Proclamation of the Firft In the mean theBcrnefe pfts have advanced to villigtfof which is only tw Irom Qur City at prefitit nothing to fear from that co lumn whch has confented to a fufpenftou of arms j we are afTured rhat inother body of Infurgents 41 marching againft us by and that u is g ranwndcd by General Hhe We expecl here ilfo the grh huf1 Emperor is mpft natural Ally of The 14tH light Mis quitted he is myre thejate of tatt for BpurgLibre and Ney is arrived at and is ac cupied with forming his acd making the necelTary difpofitions for lodgingtl e ttmenus troops which are marching thUher from different Daendels arrived at the Hague this He will appear in the of this day before the Government of AH is tranquil in this place and the The meafures taken by Government to prefervethe pub lic falety flill It is certain that the Go vernment will endeavour to avoid fevere menfnres againft its and will rather feck to gain them over by Citizen Scmonvijlc returned this morning the after an nbfence of fome We ex peiM alfo in the courfe of the Citizen Schim and General I is generally believed that ihe Imperial City of Rautbon will lurm part of the the Elector of The Depuiltion held yefterday its eleventh fit 1in we hive no detail yet of the Yeflerday a Conclttfum was that tlie aitiiough atHidled with the loffes which have been experienced by ihe Members of the immediate Nobleffe on the Left Bank of the find it our of iheir power to In the fame iictitig a ferorid Contlufum was relative to the Imperial Cities who will lofe theirs in conlcquence of the changes in the fmiation of The Deputation confines icfclf to recommending to the Princes under whoTe dumination thofe Cicies may to maintain all the privileges and immunities belonging to which are compa ible with the territorial and that they may b Switzerland than any other It cannot be luppofjed etcher that he U in any degree withthe arrangement of the indemnities fo didlaton ally chalked out by France and and thein creafing aggrandifement of The we have no will embrace with avidity anyop pnrtnnity of indulging his hatred againft France and he will probably think that is much better to meet the worn fae the than have his do minions wrelied fri m and his fowful power curtailed by the ofopprcfi on and The variablebarometer which falls or rifes with every guft ot yeflerday experienced fome clepreilion in confluence of this This is not the frnalieft proof that there is any danger of cr indeed any feriuus alarm in the The cafual and momentary falls and rifes in the Funds may be produced by the moft trivial it is only their continued ftate for a certain length f time that can at nil be con fide red as the index of public All wife men are convinced that there is much greater danger to the country from looking tamely on at the gigantic ftrides ofFrench Ambitii than refilling while it is yet poili Jatnett A Paper of with much ear any fubfcripfion in this country infupport of the for fear of offending the Grand Con ful I Are we to ftand more in dread of him than we did of the Bourbons when lubfcribed far he Corficans Are we to be deterred by any opinion of our Government at this though in 1792 we fubfcribed for the Poles to enable them toop pmfaf our own allies Prufiia was then our and Ruflla were our allies in thpugh not by any w tit ten inftrument Tbtfe powers did 501 prefjume to compkin of Britain in allowing tp fee raifcd lor the Poles in anc yp now left ihat off and every foul on board having She was underwrote in thiscountry to the amount of The two fupercargoeS were with a who had1fortunately taken tliem from the fhip on by whch provi dential efcape they were preferved from fharing rhe melancholy fare of their The following notice appears in the Moniteur of 0 5 it is imp in two refperls firft as it fliers the deli res of Bonaparte keep up the Military Hblpital in Italy and as if fhews that the Italian Republic is entirely under the Government of which even contracts ibr iithofpiralv r Directors of this Department of the Milirry AdminiQration give fronx the lad of November to the 2jd of September it 1 he intention of the whole in the Hoipitala of the Italian fliall be executed by contract A an ezad account of the difit rent Services which arc thus to be may beieeir at the office of the Directory of the Military Hof pitals where propofals will be rcevivcd till I he d of October There been discovered at the hotife of a in a kind of where the and other were taken and fevcral attended it but ou account of his it has been ordered to be Another book by name has had thefanie They write frm Madrid rhat their Majefties and the Royal Family arrived at Barcelona on the nth of in perfecl Ir is faidtha a body of Auftrtan troops formed in and to cooperate in the reeAablifhment of tranquillity in if c i re um fiances require We are informed rhat Admiral Bruix is ap pointed Ambaflador to A report has been given in to the Council of Staie at concerning twelve who have been acruled of negligence in collecting of the and of weaknefs in the execution of iho Several have been cenfared for teo greae partiality towards the Emigrants who return he Priefts who have not as fubmiited to the a day paffes without an account of fome onp of the French Generals having married one ot he wealjhieft heiteffes of This is one ol the favQHrite fpeculations of hoping in the courfe of a few nave jormed acomplete alliance with and a oriftocratical eretfcd   

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