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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - October 26, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                AIFAIRS OF 8 Members of the Helvetic Dte at agreed on a plan a which they have add re fled 10 all the a of u Inch the are the articles Switzerland form one Federal under the denomination of the Helvetic It ia divided into canton to govern iiiclf according to its own and to ciercifc in its own territory all the rights of fovi reignty which it excrcitccl under the aiuicnt I he towns hall not enjoy any prerogative over the one the other to participate in the miuiftration of of the and in the internal government of the The Government of one cintoji cannot publiHi of finances prejudicial to another rhofc who through regulation to be cienouncctt to the The Government of each Canton to name a Drputy to the Helvetic Diet The Deputies remain in ortice until their Jonftiiucnu think proper to recall They are indemnified by the Diet is purrunent it deliberates on and and on of luch treaties of alliance and commerce the general intereft of the Confederation miy call It it aiithoriferl to repeal and annul the or dorinxnceiof tlie caruynal which are preju dicial to the Helvetic or any of its RveVy Member of the u obliged to rondud upon the difcuQipii of an Important ob jtcl particularly of Treaties of and according tp the ijifiructiout of his I he Diet from amoiyj i Prc fickiit and a who continue in their for three and are always X The Prefidcnt of the Diet receives the Envoys of Forfiirn aild figns th deliberations of the are by the The Protocol fliall IK figned by every The Diet the Helvetic fcflVoys to Foreign and In of or threat of the Diet ftt the contingent of the amount of the furns each Cannon U to The Arfenalt of the Cantons are jtf the diipofil of the It appoints and removes them as aliotlic Infpedlon of Militia jn time of iiacn Canton obliged to iu arms and military a contingent of the is not to perform any effec iiic tTvirc in tinc of receives no AH tlir tiwifi arc None can eiercifc the rights of nor be received into the Corpora tions of Arlifts and nor exircifc a unlcM lie a a ahd a The Government applies the Pqor with In extra ordinary the Cantonal Government may order the rdrfarming Jf the The txprBces of War are upon all the in proportion to their rc fpctHivc 9 Helvetic G nfederate the hue experienced a great nmith Jtandiug the capture of One of the wings of their army been d and their Leaders taken YJt hey have not iefs penetrated into ihe Pays di Vaudi vie r informed of their u tenor It is be ieved that the Frenh army wiiich was near Huiingucn has already its The of hBerncf Confe Abis ha pnbifhed a in he Calls the Jirfl Landamman of Hdiaiit The paper relates to ie lions at durijig January ItCiruHis the execution of he affe promifcj him by the Firfl Omfil The ones aT of the an cient limjis of S vitzerlsnd the iinionof and othr parts in the abfolute nmitraliry of He acknowledges that the f le poiiu tipon which he FirH Omfu1 from the to agTve vitli h wak he abrmd inment of the of France to the Valah be caufe ttijonaparte wUlwd to eftnblifh and keep up there a military ucrofs 14 following particti hive been received from Ba relative to the mi Dion of AidedeCamp Rapp He went to Berne where he delivered Boonnpartes Procli mauon ihe omtntinon of Ten informing thit the Firfl C infill expelled they would Confotm to the d if p nil t ions contained in He inade fjme by to tlic Cn grefs of anl the Government It is fud thit tbeOmnnlf ion of of declared they would ftif peud all levies of and would conform as rnuch as polfibleto the of the fet oyt on his retnrn to As foon as he arrived at liaflf hs received a courier fiom with t it is are that the wtre obliged to recall the they had given that ihe FirYl Conful vvas badly of the affairs of Swit zerland that Dsputirs would fcnt to to make him acquninte with the evetits thiit have occurred of late in the Cantons and that they Ixpertsd from his juftice thm he not tlir execution of his p returnei to That which men acquaint ed i h ttae Switzerland ought to have ex and did expert ith has taken TtieDfr of IMS adopted all th articles of the of the Fitrt Conful of His Arl cle hat received the official inelligenre of and the Helvetic Govern 1 arc to to the after tomor under the efojtt of the firft Helvetic demi Vf learn Brne that tie Gommiflion of Tea has jult created an exiraordinary Criminal compofed of five ExPiuricians of that cify charged to pr in a fummary man ngainfi all Stale and The penalty of is decreed againft every individual by Avord or fhill feek to fhake the fidelity of the or hull enlift men for the enemy againfj thole who lhalladl the prefent thofc who On II be taken up in an or who fliall brave the Public Authorities againft rhofe who are Corporal punifliment is to be inflicfted upon thofe who publicly or privately feek toiet the Pqpple againft jhe thife ibpit of rfffd ammunition Vagabonds who have not proper m upon ihof who conceal petfons com ing under the febove R fupnlerrent to Plan of is It wns drawn up by Affiftant to the French conjointly with the French Minifler and the French Refidcnt officially com ihe two Ruffian and dtf cnfTed w ith The official canrimunicntion rf this important do umcnt is momentarily It was thought at firft that it vimld be feut firft to receive the finclion of the Frem and would nct be pfcfenterl to the Deputation till after that rWclion dad bert given in order to prevent any linger rlclays the com lufion of the izid to preeru this the of u hich uere ftirnifhed him by the Mi niflirr fir Foreign We are informed that the firft adopeH by rhe of the Pe p has experienced in the iuppleroent teve tal The official communtcawon of it wiM put an end to the innumernbe claims with which the Deputation has belieged forfeveral The DeputRtion of rhe Empire1 was tn have hrld rns day its thirteenth fittine but did not take is it knovxnprecifely fr what reaf The forefeeing th new difculfinns will hav applied to the Emperor to pro long the time of their We havo received he unexpecledf a numerous corps of Auflrian troops has afternbled on the frontiers of Bohemia and the High Palati It is thought thai this is for the juirpofe of fupporting the pretenfi ins of the Court of to fome diftricls in the latter which the1 EleHor of B ivnria has confidered PARIS twenty thoufand under rhe of the Firft were ex the day before in the Plain of with the moft fkilful evolu in prefence of a great number of Firft Confuldirected hijL attention ro all the performed ihe office of tern without ceafing to be the Commander in Chief even in the heat of he was loft in ihe crrm d as a fimple oldier General Ny through Dijm on the to race the command going to Swit Brunifer off yefterday f r where he n ill fmbak for jwo and three in th after the d me if the Cosm Market took and the progrefs of the flames was that it Tis entirely It was one of the moft mi red pieces of The intelligence of the rapid and change in the Ruffian Mmiftry has produced a dffp fenfation at well as at and Vierna It may ferve toexplain he firm refifl ancfc of Auttria 10 the Plan of indemnities r for rhs politics of the new are well are by no means latoutabfe t thole principles of attachment to Frace which have tely and would hare eventually debi the Court of The ard frcw part of the fapprefTcc JVIiniHry of ha been con fided to of the He is one of rhe mofl mm in rhe army his his Aiti Jacobin his quarcls his generous in protecting the and the reputa ti of incorruptibility which he at the head of ths army which he commanded in Spain and have gained him univerfal He perhaps rmre than any other he confidence of the Firft A remark has ben made relative to which has occafioned a good deal rf pleafacury Itis known that Sieyes invented the ida of aSe nate in order to receite thofe whom it might not be wifhed to fee in or to fend into He believed that he Ih uld be the principal jf the yet he has been at forbed the firft The two men who have always been the greateft ml of this fyftem are Fotjche md they are aifo among the of the who promoted to that Body by a TO againft their own wifhes for all ihe other wi hut have confidered the office pf Snat r as an honor which they have watmly To Foaths and Rccderer it i a and an Midcmoifelle was interred yeflerday evening ab ut odfxrk lier remains vxere at tended by a it confided of nu merous Deputations from al the But ai unfortunate tvtiit which the folemnity of this mflincholy when the proceuvMi reached the Church of liny found the theCtirae declared that Chdtnrroy having an was excoinmunicated by the Canon and could not be received into the Every fi ft was induce him to niter his but in vain he declared he could not relftx in the they produced him a certificate of the the and ns this con Id lux bo he perfifted that the gates of the Church remain Thefe delays caufed an lm menfe crowd uj it was propofed by fome that the of the Church Ihould be and by others an Olficer of Jufhce fhould be fent in oder that the of the Curate fhould be formally Neither of thefe mea lures wtre adpted the body was taken to the Churrh of where it was received without any In the neighbmrhood of and through out the drought and heat have been through the months of Auguft and that the brooks and frnaller Dreams are gene rally nlmoft and the grafs every where entirely burnt Swabia it to an alarm by ijanmnerablt multitudes of field motning trieRoyall f for for where they refide till His Majefly came to town Held at Jamess at which were their fix thfc and Fortuguefe Envoys the Mimfter from the Court of Wirtem ihe Chancellor of tne the Secre taries for the War and Home ahd a preat number of the Afer the Levee His Majefly held a Council of the nnd then hrft town fbt The tvprrt has been Tome days in of a complete union between the Pitts and the Gren that the letter are likely to withdraw their hoflilitv to the prefent in the enfuing Seflion of The Kings Mef fengers have been recently employed in carrying letters backwards and forwards and it u faid aifo that Lord GrenMille has been a few days at Wal nwr It is faid his Lordfhip was coufufted in the recent change of difpofition in our in re gard to affairs of the Difpatches continue to be fent from our TV ith thegreateft On Wednefday morning the of ift received orders to fail from Plymouth with and whh fealed hich are not to be opened tiH fhe is twenty leagues Weft of On Wednefdaty the of 14 failed with dif and with firrtilar fealed In therff the Nimble cutter was directed to take in provifions for four and toget ready with pofFible fpeed to receive Orders were received tk Plymouth the day before yefler to get ready three fail of the now in fbr A letter from the dated Oclober Great doubtsors entertained upon cjuef whether Buonapartes late interference in be haf of the prefenr is and rrinft men feem only vary upon the and the motives of the pecuniary demands made upon ihe Baravian Government by the Some fay that it is a million fterlingr for the pay ment of the debt contracted by France to at ijte period of the Treaty of Amiens Others that it is a million and a and that this is the price nt which the indemnities are valued that ill be given 10 Holland on her German front The in no good that they have paid for the promife of thefe in dcmniiies thxe limes and that the ordinary and extraordinary taxes amounr precifely to 49 per of their and that it is impoffible to fupport frelh burdens Mr Member for and Sir Charlet fer oft on Monday for Pat As was privnre Secretary ro Lord kef and is on thcbeft terms ivi h his ir was yeffer day teported he had gne i Paris liSirCha I s on official buHnefs refprclin tte prelenr mifunderftanding between ih tun Gov but upon eitquiryv e find this be the ficl Thefe two Gentjemrn are gone to Ftancff entirely on an of The Duke de Bouillon has arrived at was liberated from the Temple three days in confiquenccof interference of Merry t but it is fhocking to that he there in of the infor mation of fome whom the Duke de Bmillion had protected and fupported in Jerfey duringthe war A letter from dated July contains the following On the two Spanifh frigates anchored in this probably with a view to fupport the negotiations of the Spanifh it is they failed again on the without accomplifhing their ob which gives reafon to believe that Spain has ucquielced in the demands of our however extravagant they might at firft We received this morning sift theMonireur of Sunday laft it does not cma in one article of fhf Itaft A long decree regulates the the Grand and ihe Members of the Tribunal 6f Another decree unites lie dhools of Artillery and Engineering of Chalons Merz intooue great fixes it Oder advices more communicative than the Mo thai the ftill adhering to hisoppofitionio plan of hat aftern bled a large corps of troops on the frontiers of Bo hemia and the Upper This military movement isto fupport the pretentions of of Vienna to fomeierrito ies belonging to the Elec tor of which theformer wifhts to but which ihe latter docs not feem inclined to re Emperor has now three large bodies of troops hovering on different parts of Bava rian on the Eaftern and Sou f A letter from our correfpon ent at dated the 19111 Earl of Banburyj who commands the 3d regiment of Life Guards and the Commanding Officer of the in garri fon this received official papers from the ftaiing the redudlion of ihe army is A private letter from dated the I4h About a week the American gave a grand to hich and and all the Leaders of Oppofition at prefrm refi dent in were Cards of invitation were likewife fent to and Durbc and his and to the new Ambaflador from the French Republic 10 the Britifh Seven oclock was the ed hour for not one of rhe French party had arrived at that The company waiting upwards of an none ol the Diplomatic Guefls makng their ap they at length fat down lo dinner and it it an abfolute that the evening alied not only without the French Gentlemen joining but even without their giving ihemfdves the to fend an apology for reached town on Wednefdaj It that twft wftfc The Americans htgMy inceded at their K and begin to afk what brought them there fit French wifhed to give bills on the kill to give j they werti the ifterchanh hot choofii truft The TOalignam fevetij qh the decline ta York and but has made iu abnear ahce a Wafhington and bthe places Lord Lowther is performing every poffible ac of benevolence and jufijce in the North he hair juft given fifty guineas to the jKaulal Clerical Soeifi HU Lordlhip has been choltn Recorder of City of ftft The funds experienced yeflerday a fifing rife from the priceof the preceding iaconfeqiiencS of application fent to the Bank from ihe of that the Direclort would delay final redemption of it untitafter tl eMidfiunrnep Dividend of next The purport of the petitiort w asas follows It expreiTes the ihanks of the for the attention hewn to ftieir appliqatiarrlaf Juke when the Bank agreed to take it and that the affiftante of the Bank had been of rial fervice to public credit untoward fiances hstd neverthelefs defeated thexpeclationi of the and froia the quantity of it now lying at the the Direclorsrnuftbfr aware ot the ineonveniencesthat would tefuUfrom redeeming it at one The holderi requeft the Bank wrll hold the Omnium as long at if prudently can next year j and will redeem it by monthy the lafttof hope will extended to the month Thejj concluded by expreffing theirTeadinfeft to niake the laft depofit of i in The Bank at in cnnfequence of the abfciice of re plied to the petition that could not return ao anfuer till Thurfday which reWy being fide red as tantamount to a Funds ex perienced a depreffion nearly There h no doubt that preparationi I have takes place in the French particularly I It is an undoubted cVt bat a greater1 quantity of naval cfall kindshaa been im ported into France within the laft J from1 the than the amount of the whole fupply in during ihe eight preceding At and great been Ky no juftifies any peculation of immediate Every bjdy krew that prance would endeavour her almoft deftroyed and teplenifhher na val at fenals utterly We daily in the French addreffcsi fnm the Confluuted Authorities of ex preffing how joyful the People of that Country arer at being united to But from the of who have lately vlfited that nothing can be more oppofite to The was the fame refpecling the Pfople of When that town capitulattd to the FrencK the inhabitants were in the utmoft forrow and con It was made The Conflituted1 informed the French Government that the People of Geneva illuminated their and were uttering of joy at being united with Upon reading thefe of the1 principal who figned the ft cut to the Chief ot the French and afked him he could write fuch falfhoodc to to which he that it was for their and would operate to their ad vantnge with his who would oiber wife treat them as RebelsThis is a regular tern adopted by lo delude neighbouring nations into an According to the tefiimony of impartial the inhabitants of Geneva now form a dillincM bciety the whom they cordially It will be the fame with thofe in if are A from dated fays Ac cording to the official news from General Bach ma nn has gainer a complete viclory over Ge neral between Mo rat and The affair as very The Helvetic fought with the greateft courage and as well as the troops ot and the battalion of German formed and commanded by Citizen They had even gained fome ad vantages when General Commander of the contingent of the LfTer fucceedcd inturning the here the principal Helvetic fbfces advanced with a column by expelling Colonel Vandenveld from his advantageous The Helvetic ar my evacuated Avanches and and took a new pofirion at but could not main tain After feveral effortsr thConfederated troopj rnade matters of and General Bachmann theielias eftablifhed his It in this pofniun of thar we uait for the refult of the negociations commenced at Berne between Citizen Rapp and the Committee of An Armiftice has been fince made rween the two Gitii n Rapp is gone to Pafris f although are affured that he not attained the objvcl of his there have been no new hoftiliiies fince comtnitted An inftanceof fome fince in a near in He felt none of the fymptoms till the dav afier he had been on gig his the fight of rhe water hocked his and which tr naied 46 hours iu his fe tsvined his fenfes to the and mei his fate great firmnefs and cimpifue of The celcbraied General U about to enter into ihe Rufiian having been flrongly foliciied thereto by the The General has had fimilar ovei tures made him by fome other which he dfcJuKd ns long as there remained any chance ot his rtnawfog to return to his country1   

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