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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - October 30, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                IXTfL L 1 ffk in the fitting rJ rhe Flan of Indem nities was The Heputatiim will imme diattly take it HeflTe and liJve already approved the pi It faid and expefled thru this would be Imerely a Supplemental y Plnn to thni given in n the i8ihof AuguHj but thefiipplementary matter is inferted in the former fo ns to form an en larged general Plan of It contains thirtyfour is printed in four h will be frbm the following that Gnnd Duke of Tufcany receives by it no fuither indemnification Sedt Contains the indemnifications of the Grand Duke of Tufcany are the fame at in the former that it is determined the county of the left fide of the with all its territorial and feignorial liall 1 united to Bavaria hall receive the tovn and fuburhsof together with all that to it beyond Inn and the lit and a circle of 500 klafters from the extreme cad of the faid fuburbs as alfo the Abbeys of and exception and ccclefiaftical which liein the city and territory of Augfbnrg Pruflia receives all the attivpropprty of in Thurinaia as alfo the abbey The reft of the bifliopric of Munfteft which is not given to h allotted To tlie King of England and of Brun his claims f65 the townty of Sayn HUderfbdflh and and his rights and property in the cities and Bre aniHn of the as fliallot here particularly and for of the of bifliopric of To the Duke of abbeys of Ganderflwim and condition of payinfe thouiand flortnattJthe Princefi Amelia of 1 Toe of Baden the andWildftwmi the abbeys of Ochningeu the provoftftiip stod chapter of and the immediate and mediate rights and poflcffions which depend on the public and corporations on the left bank of the to the of the The Duke of Wurtembnrg receives with their fovercicnties as alfo MarT gmrethhaiifen and all ihe arid in the paying certain couAant rents to different The Landgrave of HefleCaflel for hit Bairns to Corvey the Mcntz of Naumhurg and and the town of condition of paying A conftantrent of Mjoo floruit to the Land of The Landgrave of for furrpndering certain rights on the cities of Wctelar and and fome Hcffian receives the duchy of and different of to a couftant Sedt or the late Hereditary Stadt receives abbeys and provottlhips of Banderen and all the convents fituate iu the territory The feat of Mcntz fliall be transferred to the of Ratifbon and the Arch and Primate of hall be perpetually united to His metropolitan jurildidion Oull extend over the old ecdefiaftical provinces of and as far as they extend on the right bank of the and excepting the territory of the King orPruftla The Elector of receives the primipaliiy and city of Ratifbon and with the title of a The College pf Imperial fhall the future confift of the free and indrpendtat atief Aug and Ham They fliall poffefs their tefpeclivc territories in fovereignty and They fliall alfo enjoy a perfedt neutrality in all wars of fhe fliall be always exempt from any military ordinary or extraordinary and in ill qucPJons of war or fhall be entirely and ncceflarily difpenfed from acceding to the rcfolutions of the Empire they fliall alfo feparately receive the following following is the Note given in to the Depu ation ol the Empi e by the French Le relative to the and general plan of ir A Note exactly fimilar was delivered the fame time by Baron for ihe Ruffian THE HELVETIC TO CITIZEM FIRST CONSUL OF TUB FRENCH Citizen Firft Proclamation which you did tlic honour to fend fo on the 3oth of by Citizen your arrived at Bchwitz o the 6th of could hare letter which vt took the liberty of fending General Firft thevjoth of Sou fooncr t conUiui a etpofition the prefmt are of Permit us to fend ymnmciofed a duplicate of and to entreat you to receive it It will to you that the which place in Switzerland are not the rcfult of 4 fpirit of and that the Swift natjonhas no other objecliii view than lOrnake ule of the right TyhicluHic claims of giving lierfclf a central and cantonaf founded On her pofi tion and her facrcd and precious which JroU deigned yourfclf to eiifurc her by the Lune would long Jiace have been if the Menibert of the Helvetic orifcuee haJ cqafiiltcd the real ftate o in ftead 6f obftinatcly attaching thcmfclvrs to theorelic at erroneous ai they are with which attempt to Tnipofc the tlic cjyil war they have prganifcd to attain their dircjEled firft againft thofe againft allSwitzerland the uuexampted feverity with which iKcj have done produced adifeontent c and and a determined and avowed will to fliake oft this iofupportable It is not General Firft Conful an affair of it ii the faercd eaufe of humanity it is the gencrafSviili of a Whole which given usonr ptiwitf and our a nation wlvicti you yoiirfelf wilHed io and which has been iltartatcd aud irritattd eojitriTy to your that we rinded ourferves wilf never ibiife the KheHy ft clatriii The Swifs have nothing niore Mt heart than to ftate of repoic in which under the fltield of a ftiul juft Go inhabitant enjoy his property and hia We are conviweed that flieIUall arrive at that effcntial objcdt of focial from the moment our will and our efforts iluH be no longer General Firft all Eurwpe admires in prome Head of an immenfc Power and according to your Own willbe di redfcedto thejood ci humanity yourmlagnariimlfyftiFures utv that Voii malca ufe 01 ir agairift a people who only defire what you have made and who onljr witfi ivhat Wity believe themfelves authorifetf do bi eternal he Swift Nation will doits endeawoY trt deferve well of the French Government and will fulfil all the dutfes whichare im poled upon it by the defire ofcultivating good neighbour is ith the moft diflinguiflied rcfpoft that we General Firft1 THE DEPUTIES of the October S The State Commifivtn at alfo publifhed declaring Switzerland neither nor wlfhts to be rt wih France but that hewduld do all that hon her to prefcrre her ancient relations with that YESTERDAYS fword in handj the tftik of OCTOBER The underlined Miniftcr Extraordinary for the French Republic to the German Diet has received of the Auftrian Plenipotentiary the Conclufum which the Extraordinary Dc putation of the Empire voted in their fitting of the 8h of with the refcrvc of further which jnighi be adopted In the plan of indemnities contained in the Declaration of the Mediating of the of Tuermidur i8th of He has likewife received vthc and ly fubft qucnt havx been traiifmitteO by the Deputation to the Miniftcrs of the Mediating for their confi The in concertwith the Imperial Rulliau has carefully examined thole and hav ing now received the final injlrufiioni the Mediating in confeqtience of the and petitions that have been to either imme or by their has the honor to prelent Eitraouliuary Deputation of the far its im mediate ant definitive the additions made to the Declaration of the i8th f now com and amended addition conformable to the fuilll irent the Treaty of and the principles by which tlie two Powers have been guided in their interfe rence and He flattrs himfclf that the Depu tation will acknowledge with gtatitudc this new proof of of the Mediating to the welfare of It will likewile fce how ufeful have been the rcprefcntationn which its Members have made equal zeal and The howe cannot with Iutlicient force remind the how great is the preffure of of how much importance it by i Ipeedy and final thJGerman Empire enjoy the of the friendly fcntiniciHa of the Mediating The Deputation will certainly noi forget that the term of two prescribed by the hid Powers for thefulfilment of the public is nearly Signed 16th 8th HAMS Rulfia inform that tlie VicpChamellor of the alke 1 and obtained leave to He lectived upon refignatiori the moft expief five of His Majcftys It announced that Count Alexander WorurvsoiT is appointed Chuncellor of the It is faitl that have taken ptocf in iht but they are not yet know THE OcJolfer Bicker was pro claimed the day before yefterday by the Preiident of the Legislative Member ot the Govern ment of Bicker made much difficulty in accepting the which under the prcfentcir caunot be very We thjs morning received the Monitsur of iie 19 h and zift We are firongly induced to from rhe filcace they obferve with regard to rhe affairs of that hich have bwn of ihe fubmiifinn of the Diet o Schwitz to the orders of the Firft are not at leaf in their fullextent fuch an impor ant event uould undoubtedly be noticed in a formal manner to of are more inclined to adopt this ife leners of a very late date ere yefterday received from through achannel of great refpecla which latethat tfae of rrnm had though they had not the means he power of yet fhey would rather perifh under the ruins of their than voluntarilyfubmit to the in terference ol a foreign Several Letters have received in town from all of which agree in the tion of the brave ifs to refift to the taft The Letter of the Chief Conful was received at Berne feufmions of the mmoft1 hortur and in In the audience givn to Citizen he declared that if the Swifs Jid nut immediately fufnit to the will of rhe Chief an Atny ol French had orders to march in five days into rh and to lay Switzerland wafte jirc was referred to Congreli ac but the as far as concerned them rejected the terms with It was in defpite of the commands from thac the brave Bernefe took and libe rated and made the garrifon of 500 foldiers prifoners of By private tetters from of the 141 h we leara that his Majeftys ftitp Hteclur arrived thrre from C irfu un the ult having relieved the Aginamrr about two before hat rhe Ruf fians arrived at Corfu that Admiral Sir Richard Bitkerton hoilt his flagon board a frigatf that the Baikelanc Pegafus were ordered for the Cyclops n a cruize after the frigtie that to receive Admiral Sir Richard Bickenons j and that upon the arrival Of the Libeny brig from the hips were ordered to at a ininuies The French making the greoteft and moft unretniiting exertions to feduce our manufadlwrers and artificers over to and we are afraid that in many inftances they have been They are alfo anxious to procure models of ma chinery hope that the greaieft vi gilance will be uied at the different ports to put a Hop to a the confexjuance of wh ch may be fo Thehoufeof at U reported to have granted a loan of to I on a pledge of By letters from Newfoundland of the loth we that Admiral Gamblers fquadron expe perienced in its pafTagc a very violent gait ol It more hurricane than a common It came on fo luddenly that every fail un board ilie Admirals fhip was bown to rags the maintop maft was carried I and tlie fliip rendered a perfetf wreck in sib ut ten N per fun on baatd the fhip had ever witnefferl fuch a The which was in company with the loft all her and Ipiung her In this Hatethe t Ihips parted each luppofing the AFFAIRS OF SWITZERLAND From the Rapp has traversed Switzerland he found the cities and vHlagw a prey fo the fed Companion of civil His p re fence has calmed all The affem blages have The firft and fecund Helvetic defhibrigades are on their march to form the garrifon of The arrival of the Senate is announced for the day after Deputies from all of Switz erland are going to We begin to hope that OUT for eight has been prolonged and renewed every is approachirig its termination that we at la ft enjoy all it promifed is good and and t hut the underwhich weare detained to will not fignalife jhe tri umph of any parryyand will be by tfte union of 611 the Weak as we compared with that farromd can we pretend m in honourable jrt a peaceful if warttttain divided fr The fentimems of the wBote IfetVetic people are confined to thefothreewilHes r A conflitutkm in which oligarchy fliall never appear and at the fame time Anil enfare the equality of the the equality the equality ofthe five rejig ionswhich the different parts of Helvetia A conftitution which hall cdrifult tHe diver the inequalities of our in whirKUn may be governed according to local and which belong to At length our third witbv and if if nor left na tural than the two it to fce maintained in all their our ancient with the French and to deprive of all influence the men who are in the pay of foreign hi the very of a general our tme intereft is to remain neuter j it will never be the of the the from have ferved the powers inimical to If in fliall recommence in and as has happened to the King of Sardinia and the Republic of it be impof fible for us to remain the alliance of France would be our only our deareft There is not ore of us who does not think that the united with will always de fend our1 mountains with and render impe netrable to the our plains and owr great fuch as and There not one of us who does notknow diat our united to foreign it even be able to protect with fome fuccefs the fummits of our could not defend ngainll the French our plains and our great So and In there is not one of who does not that our politics ought to be that of our from their love for and for their coun were always ftriflly connected with If any man born on our partake not this he does not think asa true He gives himfclf up blindly toaffedlions foreign to the interefts of the The rallying cry of the whole is equality between the the independence of Helvetia and concert with the French Republic field without anyready fupply of a whole Nation from avenging fivefecuritj to the thofe wry far four mon fliamefnl on our To do all great deal fiftance but our no i confidence 6ui ralleled our own sod and aWt up to flit hizheft feelin Whatever may be the month wljji for remain the when well will give a OrikinB c thofe felfifli fcenes Which degrade civil fociety the Helvetic with a Celled froiii J3flrnc by a handful of butcohl Swifs in rijli out of the One end 3jf SwitzerUmd to othertlitv biutaeW wikHout any of the of a regular m thdrl jrtrtr nottone inftatosc of dT aauft j aad if were to givi t of all the we have witnefled moved to the inntoft of your an two of ywiir tfpuptrjni accidentally were hat they and hy hh 11 and in ftfajv we have raifed a litary cheu our and by a final and of the trmy in poiri has the The enemy attacked on ntar Moratj 1 have that place fqr the be fann The army of the enemy twined fc which they moan tt fccurctheir tyrarihical pur mem for and for jflianxcdof their caufer anddefett I fliall not fend off oaa art Wen with little Men whi had hevrrieeaJreVfa carried a ftfonB battery with the A woodW Avanche been the chief PtwMoit and iS have behaved tiiroughout to The afiion began at ten renewed io tfc courfe of day four ft ended with the capture of the Ifeft place A oclock at Our army pufhed yefttrrity bi making a great many and 8ddhir u1 country as to inrf Today baa ever not entirely Hie Helvetic Government was adluaDy embarking at to efcapi General was to enter Laufanne thh an AiddeCamp ofi Bonaparte attiwtf from wiUi fucli letter to M no cite the indication all more than other State Paper in modern In the audience we he declared to if we did inunedisttlj bend to the will and Aamefukerms propofed to the Firft an army ef forty had orders in five the utit to lay SwIuerWftdi wafte By fire and We retort him to the Congrcfs at Sdmits but he refufed to letft gave iu to fend to aj bring baclfan anfwerlcom the are no for fuck a We ai far ascono rejecled the We fhall leave to Bonaparte detcllahle glory of back to Bcrue a fct of Rul execrated by the public voice of all who have fliewn thcmfelves cowardly as they arc tj We Hpett the blow with us will leave Berne and this new may part he is to perform in this fliameful iho eight hundred in amvtf here laft having yefterday marched eleven leaguci The fame notwithfbnding the refctrd from we have taken and liberated in made the of five hundred Helvetic of PRIVATE have been per ihat the Firft Confuts Aidde retuined to Paris from his mifiion r the Swifs The contrary is the fad Our G ment have met with greater obfiacles than they Hence the number of troops directed 10 affemble at Huninguen is much Inrger than was at firft But they will liavir no ccafion to crofs the Rhine into the Cantons for ihf fol lowing intelligence hat been received f rim Berne and Laufanne of the The AiddeCamp Rapp written a letter O the firft in he in f ims him that all the Articles of the Procjawatlm of the Firft Conful have been adopted by the Diet of The Swifs troops are therefore be dit and the infurrptflional are abwit t be d In confequtrnre of this arrange Rapp weht on the 24th to Bern The Moniteur of the 2iR dors not contain one ankle of any The French ment have in a fhort the latr change in the Ruffian we hatt reafon to is by no means agreeable to the Chief Dur private correfpondent in forms that he is not at all fatisfied with the French Minifler at for not having foremen of communicated an event of fuch We by thtf late advices from Bombayf thar the povinceof Guzerat is reftored to tran in conlequence of the furrender of tht Rebel Mulka The lines of Kerry were flormcd on the 3oth of and carried by the The forces employed under tk t Sir con fitted of Hil jeftys the flank companies of grenadier mandted by Colonel fupported by Majeftys h led by Lieu tenant Co Numbers of the enemy Among the killed are Lieutenant David His Majefly 86h Frarctf Ivie of rlie 84h and 6 Henry the tft grejiadier 6th and Lord Hnry fon of the Marquis of is admitted of J I Lore R Ambaflador o is arrived at to go out the Amphion frigate Six i difh by the authority of in all affairs relative to return of the C SwVdifh as The firft Helvetic dermbrigade has to and the Members of the Senate are on the point of following The fecond dtmibrigade is dlfo on and on the the corps of referve and the elite received thr thanks of the Government in all points of the and are returning to their Upon the above intelligence you may of a Letter p Magtjlwte in to a in i Our Sovereign as it was ucfore the Rivolution of again been has juftly limnd fuch a fo numerous a d titrating body was not fit to meet It in the moft fpirited given over all iti ami for au un limited to a Comroiflion of ten perfonsj and ntvcr had men a more and uupleating talk We arc to raife a new with fcarce any means for it we mull fight it out ihe tyrannical cupelled trvw convey to 1600 French arrived from Naples at The P litan tranfpurs would pnceed no thSpaniards delayed from by icpurts of the prevalence of ine ye vr at flf It is eftimaifd that of the from that city ino qunrc of vellow has nrarly by it and the merchnnts an faM all dtfcri i of have been involi i rr i in great Ihe flan an thr bnfinefs of tlvtt office is tiaii in he chamUi f by the Umtwd States unngthe prevalence or lie Scotch Snrifty for the Knnwle gp have aume u Oltfno containing oi oo   

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