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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - November 2, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                From the The hte troubei in Helveria given unenfinefs to neighbouring the French as foon as it dif order and its mediation fat tened to rmke the rvent known K the adjoining The following the Lertfr that was on the on the i to de Mihifter of ttavarin n jTbf of Fdreign dfoirt to tic Veiidemiaiisc The relation of neighhourhood whirW rxift between Bavaria and and which will he rendered by His Elctfloral HiglmeU aboYit to ohuii irv mud have hinj hw particular Attention to the late events qf which Helvetia thp That country has been Inng An indjcnce of Inrifrigite aiift tncihcy has hitherto prevented the Govern ment cflablJQied by the of the niajority from affutnint the pollticin and the powtr neceflary tp its pre HATC no neetf of troopt to attaint our relying on our we dare hope that the Firft Conful of who has guaranteed our and who bat been deceived by falfe ai footi he hall have been informed of the true fUite of take mcafurcs will fecurc our honor and tlic pcnfperitV of May the ALMIOUTV dtigo to grant who has oulcd to make an important toward our wowhed our Arms with his benedicttofb fliwequent date that the infurgems are returning to their and the Central Government to The two are to form th parrifon of are already orrived army ot nffembied in the vicinity of Hunin no Some Members of the Helvetic Government ve are to give in their YESTERDAYS At long as the oppofitinn waft confined to iufiJious and obfcure the Virft Conliii th he ought to iiiterfcre in AiJcuflions tri which time and the influence tf of Ettrope fromlftd continually tdpntVh nt length of the Pconte attefnpted an open lBlooJ Uas flenvfd arid Helvetia has been menaced with a general Iti tinsfrightful fhe wiflies of all have dc UwnJed tfii njedlaliin ot Tbe very jiartv which had arttied afainft the drawn y the of who muft have been to attach them ta have been forced to claim folcmuly the mediaHon of flrt adjoining have not contemplated withoih the external efjeds of a the focus of which wia in tliet In ftate of the intercft of France and of demanded that4 the fconful fhould delia fromthe Determination he hail made to interfere iin the affairs of SwitzcrUndi He fpoke if a ai Helvetia The Peoplehave to their Thcfc fimple and juft they bad been abuftlhave menaced with their arms t lie who bad Attempted to defame Prance their iir their public ven to inveigh againft General contempt now jufticeto their 1 are the have thought it tny duty to communicate to The FitA Conful neither ought wouldabandon counUy which need of tlic hip hencfit 6f his would have fliort through all the horrors of nitJer the anfient which itTeefr itfelf happyttt have But at the fame time recognized the necer ftty of afGUinjf thd Halvttic Nation to fix at length in ati irrevocable her conftitutional iHiebtiS not ccafud fur one oidmeut 9 ought to be her o fhe right of eftablithiujj her own orgaui i acqvirtd by U one of he glorious rejfults ufthc trariwhitjj fetnct the mod powerful armies of and of the treaties which It h becaufe Helvetia poflefleiJthis right from the vjc and the benevolent policy that the RrA Conful would protect the cxcrofe of take are thaK at JiaiidfAl of Defertcw tfrom foreign and who bave juft carried and ITword inio ttvclr own flvatt ndtTupcced tin dc jpriving the whole atmoft Fellow of It It not by fuda i mere ojf LunevilJe can JHslwriaMliit by the great People which hayc whofeindependence the Arc thofe men as inifportmt of as Ar tlid Pays dc formerly political rights rwt coidy in the frcajy of juit jo all thofe finer the have bouud the ancient of France and That the Diet of Schwitz has and the patriotic army besn iSpofitively aflert ed in the Paris and fear the is too it f fne corifolsiiion that the Diet does not appear to have condescended to enter into the Conlular Agtnt it fubmitted in order that no part of Europe might entertain a doubi wifh refpecl to the nature f or the caules It has been that the Swift aretepipo and tlm have at pre fent their unfupported by is incapable of contending wfth the They ar unhappily too iveM Convinced of its bipg neceffary for the ftrench official pa er anil infult them with the that it is only on the tops of fnoxV clad moun that the Su ils can hope to eft ape the fJavery of French Amidtt thefe new whkh have darted a ray of hope into the bofom of the Auftrian Cabi the femi eror of Germany cndeavottrihg to whe lier there yet reniaint in Courts of virtue or valour enough to this ftate of crouching beneath of the Confular Wrs Imperial Mayfly ha fent a fpecial Envoy to The EnTperrfr ftrong fprefentations upon the prefent ftaje of de another fpccial Envoy hat beendifpaichtd to this country More impor tant than all thefe is fending of a Counfellor of Legation to the Prefideiuof It improbable that it nas in confequence of the from Vienna vhat thxDiet fubmitted not that Auftria to fee Switzerland really in the power of but Ihe may have advlfed packets ivhuh failed unttljhe is herfelf fulljr fo eafyr Ip aflemble an ar my in fn the mem time the attwo hours failed yeflerday Harwich for He is fuppofed to be gone to Peterf FftlDATt MHWMHMHM have been informed that every officer wfiofe reginieut is either in Egypror is in ihit country on leave ordered to join his corps with Jmiral Bickerton has failed from Gibralrar for the Me and it it believed that the fhipi fitting out at home are deflined ro reinforce This is i w a very commendable vigilance in the naval depart The French portiaie known to be ex tremely At Toulon a fquadron has been for fome time fitting and troops are faid to have been fliipped from the Ifle of in ports which are to beconveyed by that fquadron Where is it going It has been fuppofed to Con flantinople and the Black Sea an idle Where is the neceffity for fending troops or men of war There is no hoflile power in that V and no gdrrifon to receive tntel from Paris that every dock is oc cupied at and a 74 building on the ftrand at IOrient eight flvps of the lino are and others repairing i at at at Bou at the fame activity It is added that not ingle French failor has been The intended jturrney of the Chief Conful is connected with thefe Un doubtedly the object of the joutaey Imuft be im portant which him from Paris w this time and in this ftate off probably vific theports of the Weftern Coaft of i onlyllavre and but Brefll and Bour The knowledge of thefe preparations has given rife to very warlike rumours at On our the different povrs have aflumed a On Wednefday orders were received at Plymouth to get the Imogen rea dy to fall with all poffi die f peed with TheXady Hobart packet ailed on Tuefday even ing from fulmouth with fealed which are not to be opened before her arrival at Sealed orders ae alfo tobe forwarded immediately byrhe1 PHncefs whichare be in a certain So urgent were the on Tutf day put to though the wind wasquite All fhe packets at Falmouth are to be got Cue hat it will be thofe perfons who will to fprcad the belief Helvetic Republic he llj of to eftablifli with the JFirlt Conful to the Italian idea IP n frtont the of it oppofitc nil at ions and hU fiorroni kuculuw tp concur in the organi sation of hut for the purpofc of infuring to laran I am that you will tranfmitftp his Elec toral Highutfs ilie cotnifaunications I have the honor to make not fail tu ttectivc rhe affiirance of ray high ian from Switzer is bflt leaft part nn which we rely for I fend The Council of IVtr of tb League to tbe Irave jfl Jitvtlrart m When feparated from your your to the nevv your yqup to your independence and abandoned with alacrity and courage your and tlic COD of Fathers is with and pnoCodlt gave you force to hrave all the hai received large This rrieafure of for What lr I rnpa Avhuffe whole attenti n is occupied with the French yielded at of a rf Bonaparte tlireajcenedthem with fending men into the The tnde fcaJeat ItalJati Kepublic back to menace fouthern part of The Vice Prefident n following letter rothf in Chief Citizen Qenetalti thevFVrtt Gonful has granted hisVftedtotbnto He by Proclamation 1 end To it from the dilfo1tivi6h witlf Ahich it meniaced by fuchis Forty rrouiand men are on their march to fupport ifJ The of Helvetia 3e jnvtted to tepair to to propofe ths of infuiring We may hope from the union of that the fully corref ivjth the of all thofe to whom the profperity of the brave Helvetic are fVisdecided rliat the Grifbns ftall not be JepaxiMed Qnr frontiers are tranquil there arc infurrecflion near prudence commandfi us to prevent theeffcita of It isfbr this troopj are fembling at diiFflrent phinrs Yoia vvlVWnle know n he mbdium 6fthe Comtnan dania of the io tjhe that days order atid tranquillity be npt I will Jiind troops opontheirterritory to The Kalg of Oritat ay Elector of Ha is faid to have declared his jrtfadinefa ro aceedfr plan otr provided Ofna to dcfpife the tatigucs of You quitted mouintiUDfl and to enter into field anU cnufeof liberty and your The hleficd your and heard the juft of a kiiQwn only hy itt which had armed for liberty Oar oppvefior the tlifani Helvetic Govern with its feeble have betu chafed aimed to the froiuitti of the Confederate 44 Ft vrc have received a notifi that if we did not hy our give proofs of u SSgfdence in the Fir0 Cooful the powerful iv haj Miiftda declaration to he by General to blir Fathers aflcnj burgh be hint He had for merly only ihe Tighrof alternate lion to the By tbe Olha burgh is givenidhlrn in psrj UisMajefty makes fme nbjfClions with the cefHon of his claims upon Hambugh and bat is io rmttf into an arrangement with ihofe Bv this new the Orrtet ql Malta is to receive leveia i i Pitt dinedwith Clitthcellqr of rhe Ex in on Sunday THE he Bifhopof murh to the hnnour of and huinape is endeavouring to of an inllitutiop for relief of the liiought of the and experienced arihieii of France wewifli to await peaccahly the dcttrmlnatuin I lie Firfi Conful and with tint that aud that have hitherto guided your you will iht further oi voar your if it fliould 1e you will fcturu to your in order tlut our country nwy uot be cxfijiufted by the cutraiirc bl orcign thatwe may nut lie deprived of the fcaiity hirvtft of chic which we hoped tu tonfumc with our that we may not be plunged into indigence and It is only the Helvetic di reded by ill padlurs aod its private that rculd call iin ttie aia t foniyi truupi who took up vuly for 4 toexrted one the as well ai the nwy c mrribuie ro benevo lent it will rWeive a general and a prdvilion be ufforded for many wi dows orphiins who would oiHyrwife have no the jrup f fhould fall into the more hisbenevolent infiitu tion is the we be pa tronized by n people always alive to the interefliof which feem to be particularly concern ed ift giving Comfort to the declining thofe dtity it u to prepart m for a bctofr of a letter from On the 3oth of the Vincego commanded by Captain arrivrd here from in having touched ac Malta and Algiers in her She left Algiers five days betore her arrival In going into Algiers fne was chafed Portuguefe fquadron two fail of the line and feveral frigates and floops that were then blocking All the Algerine cruifers were then in The fame day arrived here the Thames figare from with difpatches from Sir Richard to the fquadron with orders for them to get ready for fea with the greateft expe dition r in confequenceof wftichk the greateft buftle and activity have prevailed in equipping every fhip with fix momhs provifions and ftores of every kind Gibraltar fhified her and repaired the damages fhe in the late wiH proceed up tbe Mediterranean if the wind be with the four other fail of line now in the rhe and only man of war then left will be the which is ftilVlying in the repairing her da This order for the fudden foiling of the fqua dron to has ocrafioned much furprifc and here judging fuch cir cuinflances as have reached they are neither going to nor Algiers the Thames f rig informed a Jormer let having brought an account of the arrival of fume of the Neapolitan troops at and of our inrending fhorrly to evacuate and alfo i J The of the informed here i Hat thefe five fail of theline are going to join Sir Bicker tons to vvatch the motions of the formidable armament ivhich the Rrehd for fomt time paft been collecting at firft u jider pretence of attaching 1lhe afier delivering her again to join Sir Richard Yefterday afternoon a French line of battle fhip with fix hundred on having under convoy eight other with pafled this from Toulon In their way to Cape The ijth now at to form part of the garrilbn of this as is alfo De Rollcs now at Alexandria and barracks are building for them both with all as they are daily hear from Alex thatGeneral Stewart has not fucceeded in the object of his miffion to which was to induce the Porte to cede part of Egypt to the It does not appear that the Turks will ever ftibdue the Beys that The majority of the Deputation of the Empire at have voted for the new Plan of In but they have noi yet agreed to a Cou Several Princes who conceive themfclves mote aggrieved by than by the former have prefented ftronE rcmonflrajncei againft it to the of a one Newland appeared on theSrock 1 liver the nnfWer of the Bank Di quifnion of ihi of redemption of t he Loan toShe month July He delivered the folliwirj troTm the Bank Directors in anfwer to thft application to the Directors of the I am deflreri form that they have confeoted to the redemption of whi for the toth of of the Scrip half tifake good tne ment of per of next and that fhall pay 46 per the Bank 04 the afftoi jo per on the of Cent on the i Mi of SucK WM the general anxiety to hear the that the Stock yet remembered fo fall of a on foon at the teenage hatt been delir Confols fell ro 67 Omnium to bur the panic fooa and the CoafolJ off at and the Omniumat Ordershave been ife bIHhment of the Foot Guards and time ft parties are under orders that who were io have retired orfthe on are to remain It if probable that the union ofw more than its domineering iuterler the internal of togetl the late proceedings 4i io the JSU0 Order of the fpbjfctf offrrlrnw difcuffi prefent between the French tfnd Indeed our Government ctjuld fiipinely at and pariicu the n and formal declaration ofrjLotuiu bury Parliament laft though its tnabifity atfhai f acquiefce in ffife Choice by theltalian Republic yej even that would havebeen a fafikanu that his couture otaldftob further made with i in Talleyrands letter the Miniflef of whether a real ftatemerit cafeot is furficient to fhew thai trie remonftnnc our and the rifing indignation of En as produced he effect of i rug Buonaparte defift from any ambitious vin might have formed on We hope fame will from ever bfijj Jamess Ctronufa Accounts from of tfte as follow On an Adjutant of Emperor Alexander arrived here as a COD Charged wit hi difpatches of theutmofVftnportj He had inflantly upon a longconfct with the Count de irfehopd the fate of affairs at RstifboQ wilLtake a able The Note prefented by the nifler to the on the of September been thefubjcl of a long difcuflion in cm which terminated in difpatching ro Prince Charles of to reprefem French Government the ioCulficjifncy of ijiel nifics aflrgned to of Our entertains the interference of Runt in obtaining fi Some private letters from Paris tin Firft Cohfyl finds completely deer to the real fentiments of the people of S wit and that he intends to purlue adifferent with to affairs of that brava a fated We fhould not attach any c this if there was not a ftatement ai by which its truth may foon be A number of the Members Of the Diet of Scb which was the directing Council of the Infurj as they were are to be appointed to at ions in the new Should this to be i he it willferv tpftieto that Buo has changed his mind whether his or fear of odii muftbe left for time to In rhe eftablifhmenrs formed at Cl four Mahfc of Honour rhave been appoint Madame attend her on all f public Levees Chief Conful a I he recent invitations to dined will oveolamily in an while Cii Euroc officiated as a klrid of Lord Steward of Houfehold at tbe head of table for the pi in an adjpining Hi Stud is compolw 350 and his grooms are eighty in nun With refpfdtto the Palace may bet be garnifhed with liveries of bottlegreen and Lady Edward Bentinck was lately riding with a parry of w hen on defcendinga her horfe Bumbled In recovering hen a and broke her thigh juft above whilft on her faddlejifhe remained in that to keeping Her and fupported by Sit Jl till proper affiflnnce was Alt the greateft difpatch was nearly an dapfed before her Lady fhip was got into a She aod fattened the bandage felf and fince her wards of a has given te decided p thet fortitude of mind fhe wat always belu A Letter from dated fo tart ai tw of May have been received announcing the capture of the by the Surbtiliie Cap on the atft of three dtyj leaving Prince of Waless Hland for a valuable cargo on The above the one thai took the Highland Commander is perfectly well Preliminaries of having bem we hope an exampe ill be nia daring a Piuaud put the and pQengers of thr an ppen neir Acheen i but way he has detained proceeded no one kinvs as it blejfajit he vjrould 50 Q   

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