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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - October 28, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                v A courier from Peterfburgh here wrm binps difpatches of tlir higheft importance to the Ruffian Ambaffador Count He communi cated to Count who inftantly dif patrheA a courier to to impart them to His Imperial It is reported that the news is fatistaclory to our and that it has obtained foroe modifications to the plan of indem favourable to tbe The Duke of Modena has definitively renounced hit indemnities in favour of his the Archduke His Highnefs propofes to retire to thtre to pate the remainder nf his AtvElecloral Prihcrfs of Saxony it intended for heconfort of Gnmd Duke of tlie fitting held yefler by the Deputation of ihe Albini Tea the fupplenmital plan of indemnities which was communicated to him before at eight oclock by the French and Ruffian and invired th Members to give their votes Upon The Stb delegate of Bohemia faid it contained objecls of no great importance for immediate dif cuffion or The Subdelegate of Branden iwrgh recommends its and as the Mediating Powers fhewed thejr srrange tnent the greateft anxiety for intereft of the He alfo voted thanks to Citizen Buhler and Lnf The Subdelegate of Hefle and voted with Bran and with Bo The furtherdifcuffion was adjourned to Vhe next But we fee that the majority of the Depuration has already pronounced the adop tion of the fupp1emenval This important will be printed SeveraF Slates 6f the principally the the Duke of Wirtemberg the Eleclpr of and the Grand Duke of Teutonic received by it a confiderable augmentation of their Yuch as ihe houfesof NafTaiiand Lin and Counts of the fuflain The Mentz nor only retains his former but gains in addition the two Imperial cities of Ratifbon and and part He will have in future the title of Elector of Afchaffeob Countof His at Primate of the German extend al over the exception eif the Pruflian The Elector of the Duke of obtain feveral rich and mediate and The Duke of Tuftany receives in addition to his art the mediate Chapters in iand the Grand Teutonic Mafler obtains the Chap andGinvemsin the Bifhoprics of Augf burgh This plan by certain indemni the iniercft of feveral of which no re had been delivered to the Imperial Deputa and augments the College of trie Princes who 3iad hitherto no fittings in This plan ispre Tenicd to the Deputation as a fort of France and guaranteed to other there is every Veafon that the Dsputation will not fail to accept it immediately by a and offer thisitt to the Diet for The bufinefg of the indemnities will be entirely Cettled by the tft of on which day the indemnified Princes will into the receipt of the revenues affigned to them as The fequeftration which was Hill laid upon the proper ties on the left bank of the belonging to 4rnmediare and States of has been caker off without AmbafTa having fet off for Paris after the meflage delivered by Citizen Se monville to theGovernment of put a final end to the fchme then in As the de termined manner in which the Firft Conful fpeaks is fo generally it is fnmewhat aftonifhing that any party of men fhould be darirfg enough to attempt the overthrow of the Government without fcis previous This cortfideration induced the urmerfal oonje51uee that we were on the point getting a Confular fince thete was not the fmalleft doubj of the exiflenceof a con fuiracy of f me is thought that the ob ject of Citizen Schimmelpennineks journey to Paris is to explain and apologife for even thinking of the Confulihip of thiscountry without the pre rious confent of the of Confuls It is thought that he will not let out for London till the begin ning of which many think very extra as Liftou hat been here fo Letters from of the loth of that the amnefty of Oglou is entirely the work of French to procure repole and fcfety for the and that the French Go vernment is on tho point of negotiatingthe Peace with the Beys of Waltachia has been en tirely and as if theC was nothing more tp apprehenJ in Tranfjlvania from the troops of PaiTwan things have been put upon a eflabliihment in thefe The artillery has been fenl to the Every thing is tranquil but it is flill be lieved that ii reform will take place after the af fairs of Germany and Switzerland ihall have been confiderable fenfation has been occufioued heie in the commercial of private letters received yefterday by the EnglUh Rating the probability fa renewal of hoftilitirs between France and as oher circumftances combine to render dreaded event At prefent trade is dull The tvo grout articles of iand are rapidly advanced in The former is now emifh It is believed that Malta will at length be furren to the of that it will be rcftoted either to the Knights or ihe which would be in faft throwing he tto the of Our ports continue to wear anaflive appear ance Our letters from Plymouth and Portlmouth are full of orders received to get fhips ready for The and of 80 guns and of at ta be fitted with four months Mores and At orders were received on Thurfday for alUhemen of war now in to be com pleted to four months flpres and and get ready for if The Childera and Venturie failed late on VVednefday evening from Plymouth with Accomrs from iJaQe of the of The I of October was ftxrtl tie en trance of the French troops into Ge neral Ney had already mode all the necefDiry dif pofitions to march by Bafle to and when he received the iniexptffled Jnifclligtncc that the Diet of Schwitz was willing to conform to ihe Proclamation of The troops accord ingly retired to their former quarters into canton It is faid the Diet ajt firft refolved to con fine themfelves to the Doping thus to gain time to await ari anfwer to the difpatches fcnt to Derbach at but the French troops demanded a categorical and immediate and tjhe Diet was obliged to Thisdeci it is was immediately notified 10 mofl of the Twelve or fifteen hundred men been for fome time employed Oa the harbour of deepning it and a baton that will con tain a vafl number of With ftirh fyirit is this work carried thatthe men work for fe veral hours every evening by The port of auording to the Frenrh has completely reftored to its former through the exertions of Citizen JXOM TJTJ We this motnmg received the Moniwur of the aoth and we are happy to find that it preferves its atcorTomexl filence refpecMing the affairs of if the French Government had received an official account of the fubmiflion of the Diet of it is fair to prefume that the triumph of the FirH Conful would have been for mally announced in the official But may have the as though we have received the Moniteur of the that of the i9th by fome accident has not come to We have reafon to that our own Govern ment have Tome intimation of the fubju gation of the unfortunate Should this event really have taken it beaiked by who cry out for war when ihey think Minjflers defire and who preach the blcfs ingsj of peace when Miniflers have no oilier alter native than whether the f the Firft of France towards Switzerland is fu rficieiit ground of war for GreatUritain f Are Britilh n terefls enough involved in the form of Govetnment to render it a point upon which we are juftifted in drawing thefwoid The fme quellion be atkcd the ruriiiiort of the or the annexanon of Piedmont to The anfwer to fuch qteHions that a hbRuVmind the put of if it and is fuffered to ruin this nation in that and many other meafures which been taken fincethe of tlie treaty with but too clearly evince that difpofi They manifeft an intention of defltoying rhat balance oFpower to in a great de gree as our when thefe fleps are not only without the concurrence of the Bri tifh but in fpite of its the objetS of thefe meafures appears to not only to aggrandize the power of but in doing to weaken who either now or are moft likely 10 become the Allies of the Brltifti We cannot but confider tliis as a breach of the treaty we haveewered if not in terms Virtually w hile the peace lafls no great and material change fhall be brought by France in the relative flattf of En rope and the whole attempt is too important Put not to require the interetut We particularly to trc public again ft fallacies of thofe who wotild Tuffer our deareft interefts to be undermined by one hoflile after another on the part ofFrrmce mid without connMering the general fyflcm of the Firft afk you w hether the laft Hep he has taken be a fuf ficient caufe of war We are clearly of that whether the account of the premature fnb mifllon of the Swifs be true or it does not alter the queftion between us and The criminal fuccefs f ihat country to on the con an additional incentive for our inter bKnufe ft is not holly to refcue the Swifj from a flrong motive in an Englilh that we but to we truft by timely from a fimilar We feel it our duty to contradicl an account in two of the Evening Papers of Ply mouth of three Ihips of the line being or dered at that port for no fuch orders having yet ifluedfrom the A long private letter from of the i jth of endeavours to hew that from the variety of imereftand collifion of it would be ioipoflible to reftore the old and eludes with in this fituvtion of affairs you will readily believe Rapo is come like Detain as the mediation of the Firft Conful affords the only rallying Tlie following Circular Letter has been fent by Conlul at to the other Britifh Con In U in the Mediterranean June 44 It haa leeo fignificd to me on the aid by Hit Highnefe the Dey of at the expiration of five his Cruiccrt fliali lawful all BritUh Merchant Ships that may be met having Admiralty PaiTcs of the prcfcnt You will pleafc make this as public as thatall may be upon their a PnvfAi Letter from Lucien retired to eftate at Jit at foon as He found thaicalculations of or motives deprived him ot hope of being Firft 41 The report of an approaching war increafri every and produces a great The Conlul hat received with much haughtineff the re monflrapces made by de on the jecl of his hoftile plans againft Switzerland this imperious tonemay conceal confiderable in quietude as to the views of different and his own perfonal Conful anfweted Marcbff in thefe I had rather fall by nobly than by an excefs of We mtift be extremely cautious how we com mence Our whole effecttve army confifts of fjtty ihoufand fpread over all parts of particularly in the neighbourhood of the and are as neceffary to reflrain the difaffecfed of every as to fornifh reinforcements to the armies devoured by the of the It would be very at to unue on the frontiers at the fide of the Rhine an army capable of atMing on the fide of there are neither provifions nor Civil War is if hofliiities Tlie vexations which refuk from the defertions ociafioned by the of provifions general the augmentation of fo trnny elements of difcord and revolt to refift half the difpofable force of the Conful would be it is not fuppofed he will yield ihe of Foreign The Counfellort of Suxanne and Berna continuing to be abfent from the Council of without naving functions in the in which they it is reported they are in com plete and that they have received orders to flay away from Paris till it fhallbe thought pro per to recal Orders have been given for repaiiing theCnftle of The headquarters of the Legion of Honor will be eftablifhed at The burning of the hall has produced the greateft conftsrnation at Thee were in this magazine eight thoufand facks of great part of which is buried beneath the ruins of the which fell hi when one half of the build ing was We dare no repeat all the conjectures of the populace refpefling this event in their emotions of they go fo far to attribute it to the policy of This difcontent and milery know not how to The Conful has had Mafs faid every Sunday fince hehat been at every rime he thofe who are to accompany All fmitear hra but yet are lolicitous of the honurt Me not yet dared to render this Mafs quite fimilar to that of the by forming a Chapel this attempt pals with more which are in order to realize his pretendons to Sovereignty and its Augeieau and Maflena went fome days Buonaparte perceiving them in the hed them with He took Maflena and fpoke to him for federal with much Iris reported that MarTena will refume thefcrvice that Angereau becaufe he could not obtain a command in a Letter from Oiflober In confequence of thofe inconfiderate differen cts which too often exift amongft the gre nadiers of the and the chafTeurs of the garrifoned fifteen at each went out of the city the night before laft to decide their quarrel fword in were met by forae of the Direfbr8 of the and a crowd of good citi who feparated Yefterday 30 men from each of thefe corps were to have decided the when commanding the ordered them to their At no n he aflembled them in the Chateam There he recalled to them with great feeling what they owed to the remembrance of their explorts which alone had a right to difpofeof their They all with a fpnntaneous movement gave their word of honour to forget every little and abandon the in We can anfwer for it that thefe brave felJbws will never break fuch Ho nour is their patrimony and their A letter from dated October the Queen Charlotte paffage Captain arrived from Calais this and fiom fome Gentlemen of who came paflengers in her and who left Calais between fix and feven oclock laft we learn that Bonaparte had not then reached but was ftill fully Mengaud had left Galas forlbme to meet him on his and preparations continue 10 be making to receive A pofedof ffty of the marteft and moft refpetMable young men of is formed to receive and at tend One of the Gentlemen who came over in the Queen them aflemblcd in their new uniform made for the occafion lalt at the Hotel de to be infpecled by the ft is faid at that this tour of tlie Chief Conful has been fome time in and that his route will be from through on to A letter from by the laft Dutch We arc all on the tiptoe of expectation to fee what Monday the of Oclo will produce on the part of the Fench Laforei that being the day when ilie period of two months will be at an which was prefcrib ed by the Firft Conful for the adjufiment of the In the mean we do not fee any appearance of the movement of the one hun dred thoufand men with which Germany was jthreatened to be inundated on die many of the Deputies from parties have given up the idea of leaving Rqtifbon for the doubt with a profpecl of the termina upa of iheu miffioa with better John Harrii wai indited on the Society for the Suopteffion uttered and The Chairman then addreffcd There are cafes in itfelf at a lofshow to enormity of fome1 the Prifoner has for is than i odious or more can fcarcely frame to itfelf any thii nicioul been convitfed of moft Kril perfeverance in f hews he ir The of he la The cafe is quite different wl another Whn tbS on the property op the n there is an and tl r fj 1 Courts of Herey owemb cotirfe of there appears to have bctn a profeffion of debauching iU minds and youtfc of every only may grow ro be roeaand women fc their principles flatbiticorruptedtandtaiwi thefe feeds of foeatly in Women who have nothing To great mvc commend and ajlorn wife jre liable to be of inJ It is therefore neceOary tigofXMtfhuni mould be the prifoixr who is can be expetfed to who may hatefiraikr tnar they may be Qquced fo vicious and deteflabfc direcltd by Court ro Jofeph that you irflplirooed Houfe of Correction for two in ftand for one hour in the atCb The prifoner is a maa with only one ufually rook rib ftand at the Privy Garden where under pretence of expofing ballads he took the opportunity of inveigling menywoir and even to putchaft which nfed to exhibit to tWrnbehind T were of fuch a M none but the rood praved and abandoned mind could have inv tocortfd lint ACCOUNT OF HM Laft Friday tlie ijih and after getting the Itage and all o materials the dty we eommei filling prtcifcly at a quarter before ten ocla and by half part the balloon inflated barely to carry tip my own About this which had ben charged ith vitriol andfcr materials this occafioned Fome which froni rhe ui eaflr occafioned a the lower put ofi balloon owning to the great ftrain of part net Mk of rhe to keep it We loft a great deal of but foon repaired trifling From the difficulty of oblaii 9 fufficient number of we were obliged and the f ma 11 calks our large confifting of eleven and larger calks were at half I u ent to my lodgings to get fome road of of w hich I and put in my pocket in cafe of defcend wheie no meat was to be I returned to field but in that fpace of time about fifteen nuies could not rerceive much alteration in fize of the I gave directions for the to be As our vitriol was all and tubes a little before three 1 got into the with fifty pounds bottle of a pound of leg of ail which I threw before the balloon began but the that went fccn af to enable me to clear a hedge which the ball got foul of the populate then came and I me and the balloon upon their fhoulders i the tremiey of the field when I found myleW til for the firft lime in my doned to a new 44 iV pleafure I enpyed the p of the n and its as rt amidft rhe acclamations and applaufeof neat thonliknd was but very fhort lived the moment I was whirling round my leave of the multitude to my verv mortification and difapp intment 1 found the loon it continued to do mini lighted gently about four fields diftance which it alternately alcended and the fpace of a quarter of an over and fomenr fltimmiag a few ftet above the fuiface ot 11 Finding all my endeavours to reafend I out of my opening the the which was lightened one hundred and thirty alcei with great nH it appeared not Url than an taking its courfe over it remained foon f met with a different current of w brought it within fix miles of the place it afcended if fell gently in ihj nj of a after being up thiee 8il while in The balloon was feized by he country and cut through the Ici J as they horn they quite Count t1 of left on He intended by live of 1at jlacev   

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