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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - November 9, 1802, Dublin, Dublin MGURJAN TUB RBCtSTEHS or THE SITTIKO Or AOOVKT The Senate of the Liguriun eonfidertng that ft U conformable to the ancient inftitutions of the Rcpub to confecrate the of great men who have ren dered it Confidcring that CusisTonieR difeovered The Kew and that Napoteonc Buonaparte fa tlx by the labours of hit extended the Umilt of ecured ita moft important sind reorganised decreed that there flnll be in the vcfhbule of the National two marble fta tuet firfl reprefenting Duonaiwrtcrthe fecond Co Signed which 31 Firft Cinful v as expend One liunded young men fays letter fnm thence of the f jrmed into a of are afTembled t this and waif for the arrival of the f to announce the hour of his Thir uniform is the frock and yellow French hat with a plume of and a The Chamber of and the re alTembled to give rhe Firft Conful a fete in heir news from Switzerland that the Diet of Schwifz has written a dated the i to to exprefs to him their thanks for iftened to the of their Depu und a jettrfr CanfuU The frtllovvjftg IJL of she on the de Atandof to whom he givenverbal expreffive of the fentimema of Diet celpe A R a p TbcSntiftpietiatSchvriLa Charged me to make that they the Firft Conful wwilj ajfyV he receives tfui letter addrtfled to the imprcikon which has been attempted to be made upon With rtfpeiSk to the Rate oi anarchy and in which he might believe that Switzerland ps at t i Conful perfift in fulfilling the verbal me nact Rapp bat made in his of Sfieti inlo I have the honor to acquaint the that we to that no one fhhncs of cnntciiding with the power of the Firft But there in our pofli fuon which he himfelf they juftice of our the voice of if he People and of Signed COLONEL Oft Member of the Council of In all places which t he tie 1 vet Ic Govern tnent paffed to return to rnilitary honors were Tiwfewhich were paid them at Bemewere by Rapp thr Command tant of the place fiaring refufed to give orders or he was and the command of ih pltcegiven to Citizen The Diet of Schwitz fits in the open in the snidft of a fqnare battalion armed with and It has come to a great Iberof a Brrne cannot corrlnvincate on account language ufed againfl the Helvetic Government We received irom Lugano the re bat on ihe arrival in that City of the fnt by Chief of the Etar Major of the troops of the It lian to inform thr Provi sional of that of thr difpofirion the Firft and of the VtcePrefidem of the Italian which were in conformity v ith the government accented to and the former AM the armed frce was Firft Cartful ftaid a long m the field of battle ai vvhere the Mayor and principal inhabitants of the Commune poin ed to htn the diitiff rent pbfittcns of thetwo ar He ordure thit the pyramid laifrd on field of and tvhich had beendeflroyed dur ing the fhould eftabli He lhai fljould be added an declaring that the misfortunes expe rienced by France at tha were the refult of the appeal made by the different parties of France to the Spntiifh and Englilh and that every firmly and every pary hioh calls Fureign P to their bas and will m the diflant the cuife of the French The Mayor of Ivry delivered the fallow in Ad dwfi to t he Fi r G o nful The Commune ot Ivry could not have to re ceive initsbofom the Hero of and the Pacificator of Your General Firft recall to mind thofe of the in the plain ot which it the and 44 Your iencral are worthy of the deeds which are and they leave topufterity the iemenihrauce of two great The Firll Conful entered Evreux at four in the The Mayor prefented the Keys Ol the It would be difficult to exprefs the fenii mentsof attachment and gratitude uhich peo piterrified towards him in his the Seventeenth Sitting of which took pLue on the the Directorial Minifter n t only notified to the Deputation the acreffion of the Pleni potemury w the Cncliifumof 16 he comrnunicated twonev note soft he MiniRes of meduting in anfwer to the fe Conclufum of the Thfe notes anfwer the lad obfervations made by the deputation In its de cree of th i6th The Mintflers the mc cfiating puvers that considering that the term f fixed has and not ifhing to take upon themfelves therefponfibility of a they ha ten to OS of a gttjid undfrlianding Denmark and the Rgncv of Tripoli has en pnrchafedf it is for much left price than was formerly paid in fimtar The even ler the arrival of the Danifh fquadron ItftetJ eight and were only brought to a conclifion by the cfodV making feribtn difpofin to attack the The peace hatfbeen finned for iix have entered Switzeibnd nave not mtt with any reflftanre A1I is tranquil in where ere iifthe prefent moment two French and ihe firft Helveticbattaltoii of There pre vails however a great animofity betiveen the latter tht free returned from the of Iappears the numbers of Trench troops ixhich have entered Switzerland on different is nt fu confidernble as We are nfTuted even ihftt the received rders to return their former gar svhich had arrived in the cidXant end that it will return in to the environs of NOVEMBER His Majefty cime at twelve from to Jarhess and hld a which was numerouity The prefent Archbifhop of and Danifh Knvoys the Pruflian and Turklih Charge the Chancelltir of the the Secreraries of State for the War and Depart the Lord Juflier th judge of the High Court of Ad the Lord Mayor of the Mafler of the and a nurabc t ihe Nubility and A fter the a Council of he Cabinet MiniAers wax Comtnon Serjeant in the abfehce of fa indifpofed with the laid before ttis Majefry the Report of the twentyrvo fen tenCe ot Death in only two were wrderedfor Afer which the Cabinet Minifters had an audience and ar half patt fix ftis by a j arty ot high left Town fir We laft received the Paris Papers to Tbmgh the accounts from Switzerland are air contradictory as rHere appears to be no doubt but in C th4 rer of Schwuz wjtih the or ders of theFrench of i heir attempt ing ro gain liitxv by evaijrtp a dirrijl the French Trnops have devoted Countrv French Troops have takan poflefllnh of City of Bafl and Cjrizen JEEapp has fet out for to reflore and tranquillity and trt refcue the French as they are the from thperfecutions are ciOd ft to enable him to accom plifh this objecl it was thought necef fkry he fhould be preitded by Jbmt Battalions of French A from their mo reimmsd lately expofed to the attacks of the have fhrunk a contqft againfl fo yer the fninller determined to refiH Diet of RKPU ED TO ITSELF of hcir f they are faid to have M organized onrw t5e CounterRevolu in f everal of the Cantons dijpofed to return the dominion of the Hetvtiic Ths Hclva ic luve refurmd heir Sittings at Gfintta Ny has tirufly promifed themevery affiftance in Bis reflore tran They pafled a Decree for fending from the diffnreoi CanronsandCimmnnr to jPrfrwrwhee they to tjh difcufs the of the People of Siviteer to receive the Orders of the Government of In a Letter from Bafler dated the i7th brought by he Dutch Miil hich arrived is in confequnce of the interpofition if tie Ruffian MiniHer a had a greed of which theFrench Troops were not m enter and the Helvetic Gvei were to be allowed to retun BtfRoe having fettled the accounts of thejr AdmintOtatknv were torefign their offices credit to be guento this ftatemen1 we will not take upon ourferves to is it very imponant as the is tamed that tbe French have entered that t According to a privaie Jrom Jato linfftn is again at woik in the South of The Jacbbms of Touloofe arrd 6f Marfeillei have reeflablifhed a rnbft intimate intercavrfi j the Police of Paris has received very important infor mation refpecling thefe which occasioned the arreift of everal perfons lately arrived iri ijjte Cap tal from that part of The Innkeepffrj at Cloud in conjeiquence of this receivecf to give names of perfons who lodge at their refpuMtve and the pa i roles that frequent the environs of the Guile have been Thefej aiidlitlier Ji g 4 y n to a fufpicion that difpatches con tained fomt hinis of a confpiracy iagainfl the A Report on the of the Nation wajs lately 1aid before the French but the details it contained were of fo alarming b nature it was not i height prudent to make them It was in of that thatfeveral of the Southern md Wefterrn Departments have been put out oftbcfak of tie It is rumoured that the number of the Malcontents daily hi Loxec 4nd that m attempt has yet been tin thefe Depart f put intb exectuion the law ordering a new levy of loudly prraeh agamft a fyftem of and hold out to France ail I the miferies that attend Impiety and The Firft during his flay atRoueiv is to be acMiwely emp pyed in devifiog for p ex lofion in thele De He imagines that he every where be h Kb the g vJd and the direftipf hand of This is the prantnrh which ihceflamly haunts his diftempered imagi agamft which he is engaged in a perpetual Woe to ihofe ho fh uld attempt toprove rhat his alarms are ungrmnded they be or of all the pmjedts that are fuppufed to be aimed of the de Londrrt Eitraft of a Letton from I wrote to you from the fecond City in and oncethe induflrious of her but the hnn4 that ihould be in ufmg the wasexten fit a cafual and meagre Wait w on every SOP e Buo napar ewas adored in chts a thy that he would exert every as to reral their once rroie It a Letter from the zd that the Bririfh and FrenchMiniflery in that Capital preferred Noes to His Imperial Ma in the name of their refyetfive to fequett him to undertake the Guarantee of iYlal accoidmgto the provifwms of the Treaty of theanfwer of His Imperial Majefly is not The arRi have not yet agreed to Conclufum upon the nev Plan of The following is a Cpy of the Circular frnt round from the Trcafury tomany Members oi the Huufe ol Commons s I Rt As upon the meeting of which istixed for the i6th of this the Houfe of will im mediately proceed to the choice of a and to the conlideratiun of other mattert of 1 take the liberty to acquaint you thta a full attindawcc highly defirablc at the opening of he 1 have the hoiior to ExtraS of a Letter from The of 84 guns Srr went out of harb iur jeilerday fhe is for at prefent is prevented from on account ol nt being able ro procure fea men fufficiem to man f he moll preffing in vitations continue co to jeamen to enter lor the fhips equipping for fea frefli bills continue to be potted up this and the adjacent and another large houfe of rendezvous was opened this nay at the in The Aliidnd Gazette mentions he intention of the Spanifh Government to fend nvo fciemific Gen tlemtn M ad in concert with the Aftuan bocety iq exploring the interior of On His Majefly iffued a Proclama tioo f railing in the old Mediterranean as w ufUaJ4t the ty they that he is fobufy that he has nor lime of the The recollect of the innguinary reig of Robrfpierre in meatutef r con n d hrm toary fnvtn f GovernrnenMhat is not ftained Thofear has placed H the lips of evry Frem yet you may read the of a Nation in his und I nfFure you they do not fparkle with when y u ruentioa the name of Buonaparte they fl how with the hopes ol better The lean allure difconenred to the Infl degree juflly rton pf Pledmoni i arwacl ofr at the expeneo oF juftiw and and een a of the limits oi I have juft raveled along the Eefi Bank of the Thrre the fpirit of difcontent falls little Ihort off ojen revolt they it is with at the pomp and parade of the Chief C nul and his bur what will they fay when they hear that Madame Buonaparte is to havea Legion of as ell as her Lord r the truth ihe is to have Mafds of and every other ef tablifhment that Vanity can Roads and Canals may be called the veins of Internal En FSnce they are wretched the very bridges are broken fo tlat it will requireifnmenfefums and even the necelTary communi Foreign Commerce undoubtedly begins to rear its head a little in cafr of a renewal of hofti liries with thefe hopes will be cropped in the The news of the death of the Duke of Parma appears to arrived at Cloudvery oppor or that took place OH the very day vhen the Ruffian Mmifter had begun to fueak with firmnefs upon the union of Piedmont and1 the nonexecution the promifesimade to the Houfe of It is fuppofcd the Duchy of Parma will Indemnity to that by joining to it a diftricl from the Italian the three LegationsIt is known that the Duchy of after rhe Treaty of which pro mifed to ered Tufcany into a in ex change tor remained difpofeabie at the will Since thai timrrSpnin mde many efforts and acrtfices to keep the Duchy for ifre reigning whom it 1 have been Wide cent to have expel e1 inponfequenceof an arrange ment which gave a I hrone to his fori The deah of the Infant ftems to cut this and af fotds a fmnt State and a great Palace fora Royal Houfe We are forry to hear that Her Majefty is very ferioufly mdtfp unable to her The Royal Family were to have rt fided fome days at this week j but the Queen duld nut be in the after the Lvec on went diredlly for The Royal Family will not flbep Kew this feafn and confequently they will the Richmond Thvtrewirh their The Duke of Cimbrland on the part ol Their amply rewarded the Manager of thit Theatre lor the amufemem they received there when late vifited de Calonne is he died on Snwday jaft of a CumpLiim in his in his 57th Few men have more deeply I flu n ed the fortunes foe of a Nation i nan this It was lie who fuggefted the idea of the Affmbly of the which gave rife so the convocation of the States He poflejfed an acute and corhprehenfive but his taknrswcro tnjured by an cxccffivc reoffi This morning about one oclock with intelligence of and dent there and west on hoard of put off Per everal not rtMhtd the u frt before tie trrivai of tke Vefiel ui the OtorifbO did not lined the Kier repeated A roth by the efcbrtcd him hU Stitc Ship u m lo rhis morning on his route for uut fhould i mean to purfue journey wiihoot ft w hardly be expected in town before i have received fnm adopted by ysih and the rul plan of the DEFINITIVE r fr dialing according the new neral jlan which date of fht8rh of this in the firfl thfe mediating PI tion hive niade upon the firft declaration not only the the rnediating re eflablifhnvm of order ti Empljifr but alfo the indefdiigable zeal with have to fulfil talk Ajid as the doubt t Deputation fl h upon the fiibjed of is d a A rty by the illuftrations given in ihe fcjotes of mi ijth and I9tfi of this rhontht they make no rnbr difficulty in accepting in all theVenera plan of the 8ih In confequehce they will without dtlaj conformably to that plarv the neccfTary decifion upon the regulsiions toJje made they will unit the one inorder K be abletQcnn municate it 10 the Miniflers oiTthj rttediating The prefent Conclufum i the accuflnmed to the Plenipniei requeO that he will arlhete to i and communicate it to filernediating The Minifler of the Teutonic that the Conclufum ivas drawn without wai mg for the inHnuHicns heekpefled In the fame fining in which the Conclufum the Mmiflerof Aufrria gave his vote upo the general plan of itie Indemnities it is as fc In conformity with the inflruAiotu oC hit SubDelegate conGdert the obiedk of the deliberktion ui der two pointi of view that under that the into of the made to the Deputation of the Empire It Royal the Grand Duke of next uiider that of the conciliatory diippfitiont and furet of the Imperial and Roya Court SubL gate that a coniraarng party at Peace of cannot conclude any Convention wi nor prcfcribe plant of which attu any ftipulation whatever of that Treaty on the otiii the part of Mediator does not give tht faculty injuring the rights of a patty interested and the Depi tion cannot accede to a plan which the Treat Luncvilkvconfidcred the and motive of t being By the Treaty of the Gi Duke of Tufcany is to be indemnified completely j that indemnity neither to be found in the firfl nor fttcond plan of Indemnities and to theiurprifc of Imperial RoyaJ no rrgard hat been had in the dified plan to the made vpon the fub tliough mcafurct have been taken to apfvver all other In cmiity no one cas put a falfe interpret a tion upuatbi diTpofitious of Imperial if he hiroft under the necelfity of flieltfringm the moft folemn n the of hit auguft and of fntefim tlit adoftim af the mtutifed plan of lit mtdiating legitimacy ol this prouft cannot be invalidated by efTential reafon founded upon tht public right of many neither by the nuijority A of the Deputi bccaulc that m jority hit mt authorifed the Depu tat ion to outftep the limits and end of its full powen neither by the invariability of the mediating be oaufe thefe regulationsought to be guided by the legiti macy the and not by determiiUrroni whick have their fouxce in but not nating from any flrength of It could not be poicd to this that the waft of the iudemnitinii not equal to the malt of j for in that the num ber ought to be reftriftcd to that which iscxpreucd in the and then the afidng the ipfuf ficjcncy of the maA of hidcmnities fhould be to one finglc but to alii thcfc priuci pies are often departed from in the Plan of Indemnities Tha SubDelegate then that the fliUin train at Paris that his Court hat lately tf its propofitiont to the French which prove its extreme moderation at well as conci liatory difpofuions and juft regards for the partiei and from which it has juft grbund to expedl a happj it to the interference and to the irieudly Ctions of the mediating Altai this it has fo much the mote rcafon to hope ton theft will by juft regardi wr Royal the Grand and thar they to make in their plan uf jndtmnities ficuions as the Imperial Royal Court can agree It fcen from Itatement that the Imperial KO Court cannot incur the leaft reproach ot dclavi far ir the mull regret that the bcft and conciliatory have net bicn received on part of the mediating nor by any of L part o te mediating the Deput L r and fuU by feme tnwi
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