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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - November 6, 1802, Dublin, Dublin FROM PARIS f Firrt Cwnful fet out this tnornng Mldome Bonaparte The of his which vrtil occupy ten to vifit the important tvifviclurfs xfihe department of the General Ambaflador from Republic to his Britannic had hisaudience of leave icy oi Tripoli has recognized the flag gn and a Treaty of Peace J ihe ad of between the Regency fenrfS irie medium of This treatypictctli the political and commercial two UJVJIMthe footing which flood in end fitpiitatcis for the Jaymnr certain fums by Swedento The to hew his grarimde toBuonapane fbt hvs to x an officerof Swedim at Th Pacha has alfo fcm the Firft ConUtl the following at the Lazaret of bmrd the Freya commanded by Rear Cederftrom two Arabian three antelopes a and PniKfc of glorious and to thru army be long cued 4 wrjjoi utira and abandoned trie rmriftes of i chldvi ntfd iin England and con tempt of the lav of they were not 6 rheft m ihe exchange of and the will not they a long remembrance v producedv other who the one the From the A part EngUft Journalifts remain i every they print is a line of They for civil war to ihe fom of trie Deified all rtfafonirfjgif tufji ttpon r J cnmplains sfgamft aUies and thus paffions auxiliaries among powers of the Thetr priDcipal complaints now are the affairs the happy w hicb excites jeabufyl feem as if it would Uave gratified their paffions that civil war ihmiUl have led tharChappy nation that powers fu ftring thcmfclves ti W hurried a way by the empire of the harmony of the Continent fhoiild be diftifrbed a The proclamation ioh cur the knot of all there the treaty pf ot the maflacrej ofjCqjjerthagen and the of ihe fuftof isthe l knpvvs w arwould nq other erJwcithanto cdmenirate all Yhrriches of commercrj ah fte tfitofries of the1 world in the aAhirgle Ruflta and common by ihe firm peace of woujd tbufe iaclioMs fpSrits whofe turbulent polity iulpiiWUV fenglifh if the Uiftuence of thstr libels fhould oi the who Great cite an r a fudnd not jultifted thuprofound faying of la tying of Two Sicilies has ice v i hwTronurts and htf capital in the power of the French j if this EteVor of Bavaria was twice leen ihe fame acted again in lilfi V t M oiiiics iviUKOf bardjiiiQ has cealed to LrV inJSwov anU in Piedmont j iflKe of fwm the mu yet to reafon fenipef m the time in wWcb it fi m4des panure olf i Kr ii created or j it thirOUgarchy of tierne antf 6t have feen tlinr influence i ii on prieJQtlely tpienfure it the interference of JFrance is onl powers one which hps right to in ne faasjvrefufed Jtb recognize She haseqitally reGifed to ac rfcnaw Ledge Italian Ligutian Renub liandtWKniorTfca ri liotwithHandiug the prcflSng requifitioo athsFrench in this l relative to thele ahd 10 the Conti of Lu EngJitnd no lipliomaric agents iv at or v The Englifh Government doei riqt caonot ojmbin ficH pITinai happens j t mm V V vantilVi Hind Portugal thebpundirias oC her pro vinces covewd with rroopvtady tocououw them have they not all be n for it tp the uuc of tngkuu 7 he peace olJEurope I ana uo d Cabinet to diiturbui but it uthould hapfcro that indU niimkind aWd of the rep0fj tffjne Inould iucteed n u h they womd not be prefet aii the Oeneht nrhich the two roin their Hate of ii that iiexitiei i f t Hnw tTiCC1 agaiiiii it inttril ifie or So it in that which the tlie helmet ad the Jpear in nothing fall ever be Jrom it fy megacirigfrotfffain i fear has tut over the hearts oftkebyveT neiv ig and wiih whichft does not maintain w jealouiy of to Rijfpasf and Franpe the hanks of the of all the of all ihe Princes o a fubjecl of accofation to theie infli r eators of i recognizedall the of Kih of is fafficient upon this f the vote o lus Milliner aj Thut the Brmfli having ten all its ta1en into Coitfiderafiortand cnfulred loeg not make any complaint upon ih fubfedL V The Bnglifti libellifts rhar yi ill ex by as is not tbaVut sothejr titleOuld thaf mfitlai pouer to rned die iviih the affnirs of Germany f and p an jjft AuHrjaj the Hoiifs rif Wintmbprgt Repub lic if they con clude arrange thuir bBtfnHariesi whhoui the con ftntof a M ftranger ro thole as to our diplomat right i fhe who aloW rjefiifes to iudepeu tiatt upon the any other light fubftatice of the French The ike whole of of is ftnr demanf of us c4fegorfcal whetherwe wUi Hvillngt execute the tubole of Treaty t It may be by forntf that tftet quefttoh cpuW aflcd as Mv0tWbiirtliis Wowlci nave been inconfiflent He wiftes eo give mbre to the dif patch fcis Ambaflador 6n if we re fofe W orfjhe toendea v6or us the odiium of a So iotpreiTed weresniatiy wiih this that ofi the moment uebegan to afTume a moredjgnified an3 commanding If Peace be k can only be if wefop faithful tb the principles rf hff Manifefto 4ft the Moniteuri by pur two things f ffcit our proceedings of the upon and to conlefs that we have no right to inttrfew in the of the Continent jiafid To execure to the very the Pe Amtem F M MJk 1 i Jbtyl ghtii v Let if fibt oi 4 of j as or one mode rthuius to us it wthat Kbichiht Proclamation out to Citizens of counfcl oot Ht it ia iff ticijeath A GACrh Cached to on our arrived At of thit and England are Treaty of whole Trfaiy of the Treaty of Amiens ReLittont Id France et tie font le Tbe whom the wruers of parties who print at London creme upon the exifl as well HS their only in their disordered ntd hateful and paflions which torment They call for Auftriqn troops with ilietr nWght afTfm ble and form armies m the TyroJ but Thwgut is no andis Majefty fernperor thsit if the AuftrianDowetfias been twice led to of the twtr ifP tothcjie perfidious inJtigations far from facrificing the of tig iuL M h is fo 19 the Ourt of weighed 3own by the has make t EnglandI for the it recefved Curing the firft is kith dimiuilhing its IV might Jin jnftcgd of reiraburfing therrioney which in the caufe G fom thar power 5 or 5op miilions us a fair indtmnny the ejc let of the the of the faid to a Miniftcr of thesKiagof was taking o i day how iome the ollianc of if to Partial to he o ihroul f fihgte mjsforrune H the r hc pa7 aW aif fi kt a deare 10 prcfervetbe AiOenee and Vuf let the neceflitf tor ourfe aud the main to nConuuaAd and unite all V Can be but dnc A letter was ha4ided about on ftom Merry to a Genlernaii iu the ftat ihgfhecetiainiy of General AndreoiUs arpval here in the courle ol ihe next Yhe retinue and equipage is expeced On delay of General Andreoflihas bt en flferjbed to a on rhejart of th to give to ihisembafTy the more by as its the of ihe longipendiag and Commercial Treaty between the be even if w been one of France her Eurjopeah Powers one hfes idlowed by the demand of ihe has idbptedihe language w hioh Cmitantiwe ulTd in tracing out the ijf his nev city I hail go trie itivifible being that marches he fortune of ro purchafe doubtluV difgraceful by to France Undoubtedly Minifiersfind hemfelves fn fome tocik no of the French influence in and becaufe the is thecountry to CobtTus to extend bis till he beflrides the narrow ftave with the German Empire Ii the difmewbering of Germany of no importance to us Is the humi liation ff Auftiia a matter of it wereworth enter at intoithe review of this Mamfcfto in the to prove the ftlfehoodof many of iisaf In the firft tr w6old btf no dinTculr matter I will of truft thsit will of us of ir our arr this The ChiefjConfiiJ and o What the to convince Rtadefs 7 r M v Been the very reverfeof tnofe principles which are laid doxvn in the In atcuferl of doing thar which France has done Was it the of l I ll WJ the your one day how fill fee n ht tbe elbanVe of England if have ormed Vuilia her her f promHehiui er aod did he waa debitd for it to and the Firft ContuU A LetieV from Berne is inferred in the Moniteuj of the 28th which that the of Schywitz has pronounced its own and that what he French call the Infurgem Troops are eparating and leiuming rolheir relpeclive General Ney jfs appointed Envoy Extra qtdinary and Plenipwerrtinrjrto the Hel vetic in the room uho has rej aired to Parts to infortnation re Ipecfing iarr it On the oiher accounts by a different flate the Dim of Sctayiift to to have re filled tofubtnit to thecpmmands ojf We fljll fee no rb alter the opinion we have formed upon that promiie Inw entered into between that deflroyed the old or was it the fraternity of France We need not anftver the 1 Upon the the artival of General An preceded by fuch a will not any man in the one additional reafon for fuppofing that Peace with France can long From tUe One of ihofe jh the French Official Pa which dilplay the fennimems of that Govern i h be Brigades ot Holland are to be embarked far of cprnmtinicaiion between the Spaulardi anf nfon fhiit up by aderi Counts and rhe CJommandatit bfeu he was fop intimate wuh certain officers Thoe are to Ue addedt ipxafe HorfeBigade of I an Arrere of the Sfh iflKed byBuonaj funcaions of are fufptndeddiirl anti fuvceeding in all thede1 parrmtnts of w ithihofr of the the mouth the hatred to Kit iliat not commii the trjl of arijr pie of the Englifh tliry decried by parte moft He has jufi rion of our he may liis Gpvcnmerit is that 6f this in in thu The be accountedfor s at fome of the Englifh which are reprleoted as endeavouring agaia to fet Europe in a but a perufal of tfie article will hew thar rin IcyeM at of England in Continental It what reafon tojeatBntaiii has to iherTreaty of Lune wife for the cf he bai never ac knowledged to it is urged that ihe has no mle whafever to in tlwaffairs of the Con and the other Powers warned to beware Such are the ideas of Buonaparteiwiih regard ro1 connexions and fuch are the fen 2UUS in our own we fhould bett confult our wrett by confining ourfdves to QUr own of a PI we may think no account but Buonapartes feverffill arrd apprehenfions are 0 introduced into Frai The frigate If which brought rhe act punt of the General ris ordertdl upder quararrine Midame Richepanfe on The frigate La to days quarantine before her crtlf were permitted to v Pitt has in Bnth Be has exprrfled a deltie be cohfidered tn every refpecl as a private Gemlemwv it baying beenintimated that fame public refpecl was about to be paid fo In parting through the gardens of the Luxern fays a writer from a little hunched ordinary meanly was p out to fitting in a fulnary nnd appa rently melancholy j this was La Keveillere ihe fitting in where nis guards ufed formerly to perhaps me ditating on his departed i8rrThf Senate has returned into pur Jr has beej rereived with difcharges of Its from Lauftone experienced no The Conftitutional Auhorines hayf refumed iheir The Cantons have natrd their Deputies to After long d the Diet rf has pronounced irs i The Jnfurgtnt troops are returning into their refpeclive Cantons Their re treat and difbimding are effected ith ibe A few however remain together IK the
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