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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - October 23, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                at 8 thp new was This morning General VonderWeidt returned to where the ratifications were ex The fallowing copy of it CONVENTION OF ARMISTICE Concluded nettyecn the Brigade inveUed tdih for that purpoft by Helvetic and Colonel to that cflreA by Baron OeneraMaChief of the of the Confederated h There hall IK an Armifticc between the Helve tia tftoopt tnd the Confederated Swift troops and if hof ihould ey not take place fill 24 the return of Rapp to i1he line of demarcation of the Confederate troops fhakl from on the left by Yvutiand on the right of the line uiall take Its direction by Torny le Ft Mornand Mon Pen Bar Ibarechc from this pointthe line hall rcafcendthc to thence to and MartelHcK it flxall thence rcafcead Co the and Ergbcrbaf h to its follow out of the mountains of to the of the territory of it flisirreturn upon follow the chain of whichdcfcendt to And thence continue iu a fine b the frontiers of the I he Helvetic troops fliall nearer than Jdnc league to this line of 4 The fufpenfion of arms fliall the two oh each fide fliall detach troops to if neeef on either fliajl attempt to acl on their i If the city i of Fribourg capitulAted liefore the concluded the 5th of could heeo known io it occu ipied Confederate Uf Baron this the reciprocal ratifications fltall be a at by tprnorrow dad Iboncr if Until that all boflilities fliall be fufpeoded on o tlie Ctmventton concluded and It any difficttitiec fliall arife with refpecl to the pre fent be appointed on each to decide Done at at this 6th i at 8 oclock in the Guy of Fribourg furrendered before yefterday to the Confederate It is reported that iAuf to induce the Chef da Brigade Commandant of pofitively aflured him that Laufanne was in the of ihe Confederate and rhe Government had retired to He even hewed him a letter dated in which this was alfrrted as a certain there Cumderingadeience as and what only tend to increafethe evils of his made prifoner with hisbaj aud is to bs conducted jo The of miliria of Citizeo Bourgeois de Grand whicuwat hleetvifear has been dif varmed gufi lent into the Pays de Vaud it arrived at As the article of the the 6rh fti thar if the city of Fribotjrg Ivad capitu lated the oni the 1th of4 General n Jnmd be occupied by Confederate sCJfeneral no reclaim fince that ftjrrendered at fik trt the and might then very ea have received of the ftrrriiftice con on the jth in Wexare today Genera Bschmnnn nas fent to of which he wrote to to inform him of dus u OCTOBER The affairs of Switjcerland have excited confi derajjle the political notorrly as liberty of a gallant but nifcfttng the difpomion of the French Executive to its will iu every country accWable to its rtf the confutation at which io the Chief C mful the of the paYt of was matter of more magnitude than of the poor was equally the fpirit of and from y and boldrlefs flill more an oc and the fenfarion Vhtcj fa infpircd in every Court in Europe was ma but it wanted the energy of the principal States blindly hofiility agairtt etfch vvhne Buonaparte fomenting their profited their infatuation and and acompfilhed his The Europe is not improved that pe nor in our prefcnr the ground for rtrpqfing ij is difpofifd in regard to thnn it did in refpeil to humbled defeated in objects of its f rnoft immediate rhe of Grand canhardly be fup engngc in a cohtefl Kvirh on a ly indifffrent to htr fhe COBf rnHUlfefts the knowledge that SVK Pruttia have other i the leaft to tnijibTrance of nw are thar in prefent flare of its interference would be N Ipofed lubje duA flie ca to j o to The deprelBop of tlVfnnds otj WJM efi IJffled by the reports but they are not entitled to more credit an that for fuch Is the iate of the market vin confequence ojf tltf ot that it is infju encel by everv tliat folly or anificc birth Clarity to Amttftloit wean he garb of all its odious arid qualities are ftudioufly kept out of refleHion naturally been a cmi templatioo of the poVuics and by a of his fornier prpfeflions With his pre fent The qualiiies upon which he moft relied ot his profound f the rights and independence of men and of could recognize the Buonaparte of in the Where i his vaunted mocferatibn refpefl for other Powers Unhappily for he has nf late difcbljed a and frowning fea ture in his is an a reft which does not ieem capable of enjoying the tranquillity and repofe of Peace it ffriR iw unquiet eye upvon the map of its uneafy glwnces over every part of the forms fyftems with refpecH to eucb of the European fixes itfelf as a kind of central round which all parts muft The Chief the Gpverjimem and fare of every other country as cmineHed and iden tified with name Every every every in any other is viewed as having a reference It it not from mere vanity rhnt he futTers be called the Cafital of the hjmfelf to addreffVd as tlie Envoy of God or as if the affairs of the Wjprld uerefubjedl to Hs par ticular His Unfolictted interference in the affairs of the to Swit his friendly admonition all befpeak the man who views holding in his hands the fate of the thif coun his MefTage to the Dutch piw5lory deferverto be confidered with more attention than either of the twpprecedingmeafufes we have al luded His partition pf Germany was i mere ad of undifgaifed pwver interference iwrfie affairs of ihe Swifs is wifhed to sdnfidered the confeqtience rrf an invitation from the Govern ment of Switzerland what produced his Meflage eo the Dutch 7 He calls rfimfelf the Ally of that invites prefent Hate to be If Europe an be who can tell that he When change of Miniflry is in contemplatiomin try invite bur Government to maintain things at they were J But at lengtfc Eurone feems to be waking from her The Cabinets of eontiiienidl Poweri begin the evils with which iKe fyf tems of the Government menace Whether it be by or Eugliih influence that this change has bren efleaed in t wje know not but it is firpke of is likely tobe Vhe moft beneficial art with the cnataSier of he is guideif fchieiyrby bis Prime is hoftile to the unnaturalalliance with and tQ the manner in which the Indemni ties havebeen The which prized eveVy have agreaf mea ftfpeproduceU by RnowUdwe a change bemg in contemplation fn to certainly not viewed Francis or iVlinjftertj 5rH in fuch a ftateljf tjejinquiftifo inijiortant a as Auftria her determinafion to ftffrporl wte have every to believe that witjtifqoni a rid The army of the St nwe according private no fooner received the Proclamation of Buonnpnrte rne than the whole armjin rhe pay of the exploded Governmerit to difbandi declar ing thatjjiey would not fight againft their own coOTirrymenfcat of ax Foreign How iheOififul will receive oar xvherher heAvill difcover in the prefenr ftate oi Eu rope a ipirit hoftile to his or icning the didajes of his he will perfevere jn hU are yet unable ro A days will determine t he quert pre fent is certainly an important flate of an awful criiis is rapidly The at Norman j the laft year of the ferved as a receptacle for By a French Mail whtctfnrrived this a lerter was received of whieKthe following is I haye1 finehonour to inform that he FirR Conftit fet out from Parig the 201 h pf Ven demiaire to go to Such js the report of the diiyV expert himi here the beginning of next What I can adore you that has fet out 10 daV to This cannot but excite fome afionifhment and oneafuaefft in this if the information may be confidered as and we can fee good reafon for it The intentions of the Conful will probably be revealed to us only by ac and is perhaps no great violence proba tre entertain the that the vifit of the Chief Conful to the fapom oppofite to the Englifh is no very favourable omen for this We have within thefe fSv days endea fvoured to open to public the fitnatioo oi this country with refpe3 to the French alliance The cireumflances betweeft the two we will excite apprehenfioris in our mind thar continuance of peace cannot be We are fatisfied that Miniflers doevery thing to power for the prefervation of but fa crifices may be which the honour am interefts of country forbid any Minifters to make Much as we defire we muft ever think war a lefler evil rhafn Off We norice the above article article principally ON account of tjhe as the papei is connected with deferve With refpecfl to the we cannot but imagine that the paper has been impofed upon if Buonaparte hsd left Paris upon fuch a which he would of courfe wifti to be as pub licly known as the of Frjdfyy we received this would have been inftruded announce from apprehenfions w pa per of the fhorrcontinuaure of the we but too well have no further intelligence refpeding the tour Buonaparte tothe feaport towns on the which we ftated in our Paper of in an Extradl of a Letter from Several we received letters to the fame but for the authenticity of the intelligence we cahnotl pledge the wai faid in thefe letters to have left Calais ro meet who was ecled tKere in the cowrie ofa few Whether this infor msfiofi be corVecV a day or two may probably termine bat it came iis through which vvjartanred us fully in laying itbefore rhe Public in the nwtmer we thftt other ft foti the Prifontrs were lately advertifed to by within days the order to that effect has been The Federal AriWocratical Paity in SwitzSrlifnd KROM THE It is the nauire of ambitious iharaflere to deve lope by degrees two huinan are diflimilar than the during his to theacquifiion jof and hr hak it In the he even the According to the latclt aclvkes of the 29h authentic il faid to have been received therefroch rhe Linpetor of Ruflia begins to acknowledge juft pretenfibns of the Emperor of Germany with rfe gnrd to the Oufinefs of the Indemnities and Count the Anftrian is now treated with a degree favour and diftihdlbn ex has the Vienna for the farther flay of that at the head of the Auftrian which purpofe orders have been fent to that by a cou rie to Mie yefterday i7th received the Momteur of ihe which filled with Proclama tions ilfued by General the Civil and Religious eliablifhments of Jt contains no iiitelligence from Switzerland during the of the late events in that rhe iVlonjteur has preferved a profound filence upo the Gcneial Nay has received his appointment as General inChiel of the that are to a5l againft Two battalions of troops march ed f and have fet pat from a Landau they are to aflembie SROM THE We this morning received rhvMoniteur of the I5th infli which as filent with regard ro dieaffairs yf The Confuls of the decreed that there mail Municipal for the City of confifting of The privates muft be above and under fortyfive years of and muft have ferved five campaigns fa What is called the War of The Officers arc to be appointed by ft Our ports already to wear a mpre active and difpatches follow each other with the greateft The Supply brig failed from Portfmouth yefter y with fealed and with fuch that flic could ritiK wJaif fof the ufual fupply of vegetables to be fcnton The Apollo and Loire hawe been ordered to be immediately and notice has been given to the renters of of South Sea that fhoold acamn be deemed they are to quit Such ate the warlike and ftich the intelligence whichwe receivedthis morning from GOD a vert from Human Nature the tremendou s fcourgeof War I But if we can only enjoy Peace by facrjfices fubmiffiorWi wounding to the ho nor and interefts of our fcourge tremendous as it is preferable to fuch difgracfful i All that coirld to maintain has been done by The itfelf amply 4roied to all Europe our pacific wiflies and inleh But France feems so jvve did much to put an end to we endure any thing father than renew them thinks becaufe we love we will She knows In tie of otir havti followed her fteps with t hohit her to we have watched gigantic ft rides acceflion pf in Jnifytfrhtr attempt to rhe Germanic hoftile eondtuft to Switzerland i we can no longer remain fpetfarors of a aims at univerfal fuch circuro fhoufd we ajttr fo fliort a period of troubles bt forced tcxifliheaththe we hall have the confolatlon of knowing that it is uniheathcd in the caufe of The Conful is mifembly if he things wewant ample whgle country to a be wiH find us prepared aod de termined to commence carcy on the timggle toto carfare circumflance which have produced the recent change of politics in the Qabinet of Pe is the cavalier manner in which the French Government have wken bofTeflion of Pied They were aware that their the Em peror of had moft ftrongly interceded fur the rcftoration of the unfortunate Monnich of Sar This had no other eflWl to fet all diplomatic and to proceed literally en mi There waa no proclamation on but fimply a by which Piedmont was made military y ib Fnoh Republic will fiie we tnelartc r ii but we believe Miniflers difarming nther too A Dutch Mail arrived rtew Plan of and has been deli nipotoitiary at have made fome if the chpnge in fKe Bliniftry djJ begun to operate to the difadvamagc of trance AmerieatiPafters to accounts from PjHadjclphibt that the matignant fever which has bwn a dreadfolfcburge to that though haf not entirely as the Board of in rheir Bulletin of the 6th report fivi perfoni as newly afflicted With in In one of the KewrYork Papers fome particuhrj ate mentioned refpedtifg the unhealthv ftate of the Fleet had anchored be fore that Kbt Kfs than inen hidbeeii landed from dtfFeretit aldmirted1 hofpital appointed for the reception of under contagious rfifcrdersJ Of ihefe eleven had dwd on and after rhe v were put on board their1 mainder were in a convaleftent h marked at a fingular that from board American only jmdpf were rtf A Hamburgh and DucctrMtft town thi We have a the Mouvelltfle of tjt agreed on bet ween the Swife troops and The Armiftice is w continue returns to LauGmns the of the Diet of and f tice to be given previous to of b is and we hope manity that the information thar on the clamation refpecling in the whole of the troops HelveticGovernment began to diftarjd declaring that they would not fight againft their th infelcm didlatton of a io reign Another new Auftrian frigate jabout to bt launched from t He Dock at It is to commanded a Captain and fevert inferior and the crew confift of four hundred is His iftteritiorr to create an Marine as fpeedity a as far as i in his new their antient The by an figned DiUenburg on the of his the Hereditary the States allotted to him as in confe quence of that and not his hasdifparchedCommiflioners tothe ieveral Bifliop The Chapter of Irarapologiiedfor the oppofitibnoffered to thofe whole of reftrwith the i It to be determined thar the refiJ of the Royal Family fliall be entirely fixed or WaffaW The Ruffian Court allows them annually feventy thoufand rou and has offered them adomain jn brings in thirty thoufand if they will refide but they have and preferred the climate is All the Courts that are related will Jn the fupport of thefe diftinguilhed and the King of beTitfes his pro tection and the place of alfoa con I Put Tow n fomedays laft week Hie reports thar had been in cir we are allured he was feveral times in with in Downing Our late enemies appear to be gradually cojledling a large mval as hardly a elapfes that fome Spa or Dutch hips of the do not pnfs the Dutch ihips qf the two fri and a paHijd The French flill poffefs both Leghorn and Genoa they are al going tofowify and garrifon two harbours longing to the and are fpreaJing felves every where round thefe fo that if once give up we fhall hardly have a fingle friendly harbour for our fleets in the Mediterra in the event of another A man of cutter arrived this ten days W hen ihe tailed we had not begun to eva cuate The tradt of Gibraltar is rapidly un der isufpicevof the prefent Monejf is extremely and lauded of every description fells at an bis Royal fine his arrival having ndpedl rneafure that to rhe wtlf are and fecurity oi the His Royal Hghneft has lately begun erecting barracks for 1800 men at in a pleafant healthy lituation i the troops rxth officers atnd rnen hav ing hitherto greatly crowded in the moft w i etched barracks that could poffibly be ima The palace of according to from has coft in its repairs and no lefs than eight nullioas of it is now f has been expended 10 no as that the additi onal buildings is found to be totally inadequate to he intended It in rrvntm plation to remove theCoofuiar C nirrto The Architects who have been that no lefs than twentyfive millions a million Her ing will be requited to putvthii once fuperbpalac a coadiiion IQ revive Firfl Ccr   

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