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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - November 11, 1802, Dublin, Dublin ARtUVEt YETfERDAV Gb SIC V TEI LfCM Firft Conful and Ma dame rte hee yrftetday in the a e trance was nerd by of at pieces of cnnmnmind i aU the They wefe accomprnicd bv Wplamr and of the li a i it Generals the if Brig by the CwfuUrG urd Rouenv at the heal of the met theFtrft who flopped and rereiVea from M vir the of were of fe ed to him a plate of it Afrer mm og he M the rf turned him the faying I cannot bener tbj Keys city of than tvihe worthy Mayor uh U its head but he keys Httor trufl 10 anv are thofe of t all the inhabitant of and of tbiidfyartinrifnt The Firft Gonful rhn invited the Mayor into bis dying to 1 honor in perfon the tnhabi ta n cs of cu y of The crowd and Thex Firft il uenr to the P pre pardin was made for His his complimtntt ta the hail of the pa afterwards hoie gorrifon vifiteitli Firfl CtntuK The or f fine is Ac tnafsthii morn ing Confult 1 tttmetnbcr i nnrnrpg Firft Con accompanied Vy fj me general and elcorred by a panjjr the national rode a oarr of the environs of Rouejl turn mjfi was relebraterj in pslace by the Arch After the Mayor anx Municipal Officers of the city walied the Firft and prtCerjiedlvm the prtrfents whcb were by the ancjeor They con of dried aiwifoTty of The then addrvflcd ihe JFj ft Conlul and Madame after an ih which iereral Civil Boriiej Ir is faid that tberr are 5000 Negroes at Generals LnIerc and know not wha to be Sne with 31 We can now announce vith chai fhe Firft C nlul will vifit our i men t next We hue received totliis mie ligence from the capial may be as Apartments are already upon for the detachmms of the Confular ilt be here about the middle of next in The of the Department of ihe during bis flay in alfo received a afluranif that the Firft Conful will Citv of one of the cities in oqr ba 16 A courier ha arrived here jTrom dtfpatthed by the Pefidem Grimani lie brings acc unt of fome diflurbanres having out in that in of the fcarntv whch has very much impeded aJ Cfrrrwrcal 25 RappibefbVer fr received deputation fVni the Senate Muller Fru whn of ihe the ftlkuving addrefs to him The concord of the bu been the bafis of their blind and fatal paffiant have tuft drftrojred The full ConJul iiaa adopted the of reftoring it by interference Thu return to by cur ftrength iod our cement our real Far from the Hero of JPrancc wifhen to coacitiate after having appro pyattd to all the of he in the olive of he France the aacicut faithful atucfutient of the Hcivitic The Senate intreat to offer to the Firft tribute of uJtiquaf gratitude and They will never reniemfrer the otegnaoimity viihout recuUciftJng that you have been the could oot have given a greater energy to the of praiitudc which they owe and which they charged us to ciprcfs to Vvfe itatn from that the of the Nationa Prnpety has begun in the diflricl of The Katiojwl of thr Cantoa of Vaud public in alt thf Churches to return t Providence the Cfjwcial protec tion 1m rtoj deigned to grant this Canton in dif fewnt and particularly in the lafl v Verninac is not recalled j he ii only gin to to remain there during the i Stfveal battalions it is going to i Pejf are ft ill taken up in thdt I The fecond dcmibrigadt in its by a c quatvtity of anwnitniriuni tbi haj in feveral taf We have certain ndvirej that a new tt 1l and Soleurr happily pretended an Affembly of e i nit art igum nil the we have ti believe char ihe holding o Aflernbty the home MrtlHtf diffnved tht grrater part of the cerfbns contpofing at their to Schwitc io with RtW fury if rhe onboth bvtt in the We are a0ured that by Major atiejr itt ret from had bent fent fi the Hieh refufcd to to the Pruvifionai has been by a eorpi of Peafants in the environs of Confthutional rVgwws hat beehvTeftored at Aguarjuti hat ceaied ifa the thai QfthV of ilyt monrK this Guy was put in a Hate of pn the 4111 we that three hundred in am bufh in the narrow of mide prifonert of the detachrrteht tfrhich ftatjoned at endthat they approaching us fifty and a Cent off to flop This fmall force found tfct vHlage of and obliged them to tall back iipon dhe village of Agnoi which their tt attempted todtive them trjtthe extremuy of but it win ttti ubiiged w retreat fcfto the fhere it t view take village trie bayouetbut it a reinforcement of four dovr6 from the at the fame two other cotamni upon It retreated in and in Cufficitot time to gam the heights at The sitae meri and feteiml On the a newcGovesnaxot tJ and ejcchanged tlae the enraged at of bad retired a where it re qjeRed permiffion to pafE to the Italian granted to and they there met a molt gracious Qn the the Procla mation of the Firii Coniui was rsietved attd the returned to On the the vernmeiit re fumed its tfatoeJtfyle Vaudms of the a6th o October that the Diet t Scbwuz has diffulvrd with 4 Declaration exurrtlive of iu its Berne Ift received under date the no tiotvot this would b NOr EMBER parr of the French Troops ou fotuiers is returning to the for the interior The iK light xvmch been in is n its march where it II informed of I reriorcJedi A part caiitonei at B has received rs i rrrj n The rrvps who are i tivir march and otiier have We h ue a garrifon of two French i m of which had lii1 fhtr Th27ih d em i brigade is liujtS f I hr garrUm of wiih th ol A bat alion of rhe is gna Argovia V The ttiops fom the of uc an are ignorant ivhetlicr General from the Arrived athii in at one oclock this His Excellency came in an elegant tirnwn by eight panied by he junior his rhii by two Oherhaiidforot with fix containing the f ite ol AvnbadadoT j befules whuh there ws a poftchatle and our filled entirely wiih His Excrl 1ncy frun Esjver ooHhe preceding to Private Secretary in tnlorrmrrg them IhouleTfie io town OQ Fri day dinner was accordingly vide1 at halflpaft fix oclock s but owing to the favourable flaie pf the w and the cnniequent difficulty f he did Rrrite tifl the late hour fuppoUng fucccffor had called at halfpan and again at UnV ihe Ambaffadors to pay his to The new Ambaflador to be an elegant and accsinphihed He looked extremely and did nor feem to be much fatigued with his unpUrafant Lord the Britifh AmbafTador to the French fets out for Paris this It is fcveral of the French that Lord Whim pa fled through on his way b not eafy to conceive what I can have rite to fo abfard a A Dutch Mail arrived this but it con tains i o intelrigen e of fb latea date brought by ihe French except a letter from Pe the lath which ilares rhar the Ehglifh Sir John Brafe his firft audience f Emperor on the The inteUigence wh ch received through the medium of the French diff lotion of the Diet of appears not well founded for the laft frun are dated the ae perfectly fijent on the ihiife fVoni Bafle of the ftate that the Diet had ordered the troops under the command of General AufdeMaur to march and to recommence but thai army had fufrd to obey fhe Private advices from Paris that a fqoadroli has Uicly failed from It faid that it is to lay io off the Iflc of where tranfports are waiting for it with troops on its deftination is The French Papers make not the llightefl mention of the their fiLnce niiy be the effecl of detachment of French Troops is faid to failed lately for General who has been appointed manderinChief of the Forces in the will leave town this evening for from w hence he will proceed direct to The meafures taken by Government for retain ingthelfland of until the prbvifiorrof an guarantee fhal be have been mark ed with equal wifdorn and Advices have been received from from an Agent authorife 1 for that the Neapolitan irojstdfrtined to garrifon the are princi pallySiffkered by This very extraor dinary jntr of Republican Officers into the Neapolitan Military for a parties lar has excited much diHruft t and wefhall not be lurpnfed if the orders fern out for the renfioa of Malta be fcffctf with Aft Oft of the to I need ofthar ttyott havedoubtlefi feen it in the French Papettt but the dtifi of the evidently calculated to by abridging the term formerly required to become a from ajjryears IfcirtJiit many of my Countrvjhen will befatally deluded by ihe Ttngttfh tovernrnem no take the proper tneafures to prevent a rum out Believe ifthe difcontemed perfbni on ysourfidenjf thie water were but aware of thediiftppointmeitt awaits them when they cwme over to fiuthed with the hopes of ftlcxwfV they would be vety glad to flayat 1 know feveral perfottt that have made the mtnt to their in he Cotton who came over witrvfKOng recom mendations to the French fie was introduced to the Minifter for the and 9 Committee was appointed to exaniine The Committee returned a favourable and Ibr a long time he watbtioyedup with promifes of the moft generous Centra were to proper intend wfcicb to be wkh a handfctne Members of ihe inftitute were then to him moreminutely upon the nature of the and the u moftfccrcts of the Their like the was in hjs u even went fo that an agreement drawn tip between and certain jjerfoni appointed on the part of Government the very neat day being fixed teal aad came bur no meflage the Ar after being kept in fufpence nearly a he rrctived purporting that it dtdipLOt prtjint of tire French Government to the concern that Se was at libtviy to maltt tko aujl he eoultf of hit Cement this for a who bem kept at a grtfat and buriyed falfe of fix I think this among might ferve to deter my Guntrymen from engngirtg fucb fallacious fchemes are lure to be fe verely duped in the The Fntrch take care to worm lecretj frrim and vhen them i fluff for A firmaJ named lately died at She nas born in of w Jw came from Ba and lived in that ciiy until fhe was ten years whrn her matter removed her to Dunks in Avhch neighbourhood the continued to the fud the ground on which Philadelphia when ir ivosa wil and when the Indians chief am hunted wild game in while the rhe and the bnfis the were about tyieujgviams and in they Being a frnlibie wo and having a good uliich re tothe won Id make us remarks on the population city anrj tooiniry IveriCr her conierfation be me peculiarly efpaciaHy tothe immc diie defcendants of the firfl of ancettors fhe often related acceptable She remembered ihe propiictor Thomas other drftingutfhed characlers of During a fhort vifit which fhe paid to lali many refpeRablc perfons caiie fee who were all pkafed her innoceni and that dignified for which though aiflave and uninflrucle fhe was ever In obfenring the incrcaf of the fhe pointed out the houfe next to he Epif copal to the fcurhward Second as the frft brick building that was creeled in and it is more than probable he was for it bears evideiit majrksof The firft fhe watt a mwll frame that flood where thr prefent building thf ceiling of which Ihe could reach with her from the She mas a worthy Member of ihe Epifcopal and attended their pub c worfhip As long as he fo zealous to perform this duyv in proper that fhe has keen met on in a fuji to of ninetyfive The veneration ihe had for the induced her to lament that fhe was not abe to read but the deficiency was in part fuppliedby the kindnefs of many of het at her would read it to when fhe would Uften wirh great and oft eft make pertinent She was temperate in her and fo careful to keep to the that her veracity was never quefti oned her honeRy alfo was for fuch was her matters confidence inir that fhe was trufted at all to receive the for upwards of woman retainrt her hearing to the end of her but her fight began to fail in her wit hour any other vifible caufe than from old At one hundred Ihe became fothat fhir could not fee the fun at Being ha bituated from her childhood to conftaot employ her laft excufed her from her ufual labour but fhe could not be fhe afterwords devoted her time to at which fhe was very expert and even at this late when her fight had fo entirely left fhe would frequently row herfelf out imo the middle of the which he feldom returned without a handfome fuppjy of flfh for her matters tab About the one hundred and fecond year of her her fight gradually improved fo far that fhe coufd perceive moving before tho ihe not diftinguilh Before her hair became perfectly ihi laft of her teeth dropt fiom her Hge of one hundred and fixteen Price Engliflj 4 for fafely uftorrtea v formed by thefe and perhaps tl iltoftratlng the natu pan contains the herbary enriched by rite fereral new and of thr Srian minet the which were by ChevallVr in the laft edition of hit u ttriiaty and Tty ItfQv abd the tat and in the Cjwtk and are feveral raanufcrijHs jrf the and rf of Fn addition tntfc contains Greek apd remarkable monuiwtnts frbin ihert rhe city of difcovered by after evacuation of I Also numerous original the nanr V ft ufffui plants the cntwt brought fry Billing io Ruffi hfi expedition in the countries lying tbe WV coaft of many geographical the which was fo fang brQff fian THE KESWICK dtfcovery at length been made of this extraordinary were on Tburfday received smfwer to enquiries which hid been footfor this uhifb theml i il JlW name of the pretended Honorable Cjqlonei Hope is John HatJuU perfn a Com milfion of Bankrupt lifted fome he never ftirrendered i to in addition he guilty of a capital benefit of not tofutftadtr within the appointed time to a of About a twelvemonth this mar had the addrefs to introduce himffclf as a partner in a refpetabje houfe at in In this he vifited Londonr fevtraj timrs in fhe courfeof from lib fpedoott and gentlemanlike he waft well ieveral in the fome w hom gave htm ble His drafrj with an alarm wn away Vm and a Commiffion againft htm which ne was declared a which he left behind him being fuppofed he was not backward tt aking with him all the property Re could A Imall eftate in Ghefhire fmrrts ojf the ftnd his creditors are to be Froibthe accounts tvhich appeared the impoftor at an idea wasentertiinetl that the elegant Coone tf Xtfaleti piffibly be the fjme man with the f Hai tftt nanufaSurer and the ac cordingly fet on an the efult of which on opening fome boxes whigh were lefr behind at feveral letterrwere f und to him by bis proj ername of H has a Wife and Family now living at T PoftOffice hare taken alfo th of his forging the name of to his the Solicitor to the Commiffi n on being aiprzed of the identity of the ihfliiued every offi bledegree of fra re h to find him out fo that reafonable hopes may be entertained hat will not longefcape the each of A reward of been offered for his appre wiih thr follow ing defcriniton aud lately married oung vroTrian f com monly called the Beauty of trader an aflUm ed Height about five feet ten about bright thick ftrong but light gpod complexion with fome thick but oot prominent fmiling floe a fear on one oft his checks near the chin very with a great deal of it up iu a club 1quarc full breaft and cher corpulent andvtloUt but very rathtr a Tpring in his with apparently a little in bringing up one leg the two rnidd c of his left ftiff from an and he frequently t cuftom of putting themftraight his right foraething of the Irijk tregue in his cJegant io hu great command of fre quently puto his hand to very fond of compli and generally addlrffing him elf to perfoos luoft cliftinguiflicd by rank or lituation attentive in the ex treme to likely to inunuate himfelf where there are young in America during the War it fund ot talking ol hh and exploits and on military fubj well as Hatfield and hit in Derbyshire and the of which he pretends to trace tothe JPUrtta genets all which are tumcfu thrown out to He a boa ft of having often been engaged in lie been a great Traveller alfo by QWQ ot a general knowledge of together bin engaging well calculated to impofe on the was confined in whence he and removed into Devon where be pafely deferred aa amiable Wife and young He had art enough to connect himlelff with me very Mcrcfiaots iu u a Partner in having fwindled them out of large of he was made a litparjtc Bankrupt in June nvver furrendercd u commiflSon which rncann he it awilty of He cloaki uncitr the of fond of religious and a point of attending Divine Service and popular To hit he the vtry rcfpeaabk name of the Honorable Colonu betraytd an moo but unfortunate near ihe iakrol was on the ajth October laft at in wrapped in a great and ftjppofed to be now fecretcd in ot fome adjacent nortt with a vjew to
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