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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - November 13, 1802, Dublin, Dublin PRIVATE Our apprehenfions of a Mew l which tad io have ome have all been removed on a fudden b intelligence of ihe higheft v h ih has jii ariiver very Without any further preface I will commurucaie to in telligence contained in a letter from The Deputation of the Env ire has held today its twentieth the perufaf of the Miniflef from Bohemia tu the name of Ivs nugufl a declaration to the This is the pitrp IMPORTANT COMMUNICATION FROM THE His Imperial Majelty has been pleafed to an by his Subdelegate to the Deputation Extraordinary of the that agree Sibly tn bis anxiety fur the maintenance of removeJ every obdacle whidt oppofe the ot his negotiations at having taken for the bafis Vf the conclufive arrangemnt the fupplenrient of indrnnity offered by the French Government his Rjyal the 5rand his MajeWy hopes to fee inttantly eftablifhed an amicable whirh will have its immediate the moft regulation of the bufincis with ivhjch Jeputatijpn is Since frutn the nature ot this his Imperial Majefhr muft referve to himfeti a final he has nn doubt bat that the coeHatiS whicKfortw pra of the Deputation will conrent with preliminary and will repofe in on thai confidence which he thinks he aiier having given o many proofs of the fincrrry cifhis and the moderation of his Ihe of the Deputation received with marks of ihe molt lively For fome time 5ve havebeen upon thft conneitiions that are on the point of bewg formed between Auftria and Thefe fpecr Sitions are ftrengiheired by the tie Grand Dukes approaching vifit tb It W that he will pafs the whole winter Great preparations have been made for his re I have alfo received the following Jativeto in a YfcSffcRDAYS The Council of on ihr 27 4i appninird the cnnimand place of theChitrf eiuevant Infpetftor he Militia the Canton of imhe place of Citizen the firft auxiliary demfbrigade The Dierof Schwitt flill rpamnins fpvreign com mand laihe countriw ocntpied by the Their pat rolls frequently exrend to Baden and The troops1 or the little cantors ar not dif bonded advanced wlfich were the 27b at uxThe canton of Lu to fall back Upon field of Te PMTIOU on theiyth announced their arrival at but they lave their It is faid ibar Monfieur Auf 4er to jrnake n upon but it U wKeiher he ftould Deputies from Emanthai are corre to Brugg that the TarriotS having fad tofuffer baralion o the ao4th demibrigade an engagement took plue between the refult of a of nine men and two pieces of cannon n the of the Letters from Arau announce tha1 city lately a narrow efcape from being pillaged by a band of Jt owed its faffty merely to the activity who repaired to of perfyaded him to let troops The detachment of ihe zd Auxiliary demibrigade has brought to Berne a convoy of oar pieces of and fifteen wag gons of military ch the P mots had concenled in Officers fet out on the one fot and the other for with rtders io the divifions com manded by Generals Turrtau and io fct pMt immediately on their will be rccflillecied that iTie Commupe had a able contribution laid on if by Gene al for having the Helvetic in a hoHle manner upon their Hoflages were taken tofecure They have been raflo red to nncldie fum entirely We find in our German fome curious de u JKU thecounterrevolurionary rredfures which hhve betjn taken by the Patriots For the Council of Educati provifionnlly ertabliihed at has banifhed from the fchools all ihe new elementary b oks it has forbidden the philofophy of ro be taught i aftd ordered for the of good morals that the fcholars thoull relume their The fame papers General Ajf der on carrying away from all the artlery and aH tHe military certified in writing for the difcharge of thofe who iad the care of that he had ufed force to effect his From the 6 W bat is the intereft wftlcKthe faction to Europe takes in the Swifs mfur gents It is eafy to fee that it woufd make Switz erland a new tu weave plors by traitors to welcome all the enemiri of and do on rile Baft what it does constantly by means of the politldn of on the IT would thereby have this particular advantage of being in diflutb the fine manufactures of whiih are rifing from their ruins and which place a hand of tteel upon th balance of in make it lean in favour 1 French What is the intereft of France It ista have none but good neighbours and fure In the the King of the ally of France from inclination as well as interettr and the Italian and Ligurian which en ter into her federative the Duke of the good Prince of the King of to the Norh and EUilK The faction hofiile to and which wifhes the will her find in thofe States accomplices nor Yei thofe agi tators never fleep j they have attempted at thefame Time at fn in plon a Turned coitfiftency in when rhe proclamation of the 8th Vendemiaire calmed Every thing has returned to its natural into that which bn all fides will ex hibit the fine of France furrounded by friendly That fituation is the refult of ten years of tri pf of and immenfe fa The peace of of and the peace of far from hav ing changed have Why atrempt now what they could never hi therto accompl h Du hey thinh we are be come cowards Do believe we are efs than we have always been u tofitv for waves of the fo root up the Rttk which has lAivcd thtfury of tbtm far1 incite to LuropeanJ to math io remvf war itt furies in tbttefqut of the Wejl Io Star of the French feoffe turn pale The Fonds fell both tin Friday and General Andreoffis A great many perf vvftwing for this event to fell in hopes of a rife they have been difop poinrcd an it one tf the wonders of ihe that on the appnrance of the Inch a the Funds fhould hid Letters fmm Ruen atf dated the 4fh inft At that time the FirH was Hill in hat Ciry lie expected to it next m n at daybreak bJt whether r go io or to return to not appear to hive bet known with any The period named for the King ro goto ariment io deliver a Speech ihf after the We think it w li br iime rime A debate expelled ujpoa ihe Three principal at prfcfent octu y our he firft is the oey which the Archduke rtill very fon take to Pans the U the Duchy of Parrni S me lay it will be given ro thKing of for whom Englard interefi ftrongly J bU it Appears birn he Pub lic Ratifb that Rufiia and France are infeparably nnd that our Court Can obtain nothing but by their mutual We have received pofitiye in mat ion Reding convoked a meering of the Diet and read to them the tum rhons of General After a very warm dif they determined out n remain v The Proclaniatton of the Chief Cnnfiil has produced no rfiecl in any the EaHern Camom r the Authorities conftitutedby theItiforgerts in the fma ler in the and in retain their full 03 The Proyifional Authorities of Zitrich is to the of the Infurreiiional Governmentiintimidated by the tA tlie who hadrifen hi tt ma Is to off their have fenr to requef a fli fiance to reduce thele pretended in ron fcquence of which the troops of Schaffhaufrn were detached but ihey by ta 250 In thetiiean the PeaQnts affembled tft gfeat nurHbers at and determined tu recall their Deputy from the Diet of The Government has Cent back the Circular Letter which was fent by the Hevetic without even open h g i and tiave refolved to wait the of the Freinh rather than The Infurgcnts are beginning to form entrenchments n the moun The number of Frenchtroops that will ic will exceed It is expected thai the will f0on Letters from Arau rhat in the night between ihe 26th and the tocfin was founded in feveral villages of The peafants yji afTVmbling in great and have taken up in the Cawon of the infurredion is alfo become The city of Arau was the greatefl pn the morning of the five companies of Fremh infantry enteied pieces of Other detachments occupy and the hole We learn from Zurich that thai Canton is in ihf grratpfi dtfotder the pretended provisional veminent there continues the j but the inha bitants of the diftncl of and a threat ntim ber of Republican of other having la kfn up taken p iffetfioji of threaten to march to The Diet of has c uiienied todiffolve itfelf but it perfifts in ivng the authority of the Helvetic This obflinate folly cannot but have the molt difaftmns conlrquences for our French have not yet entered iivo as has bfen The National of that after having foffered frorn the mfurgepts a detention of nve than fik has bsfu frt at liberty The fitft ufe which he has it has been to epairinto the bofom of the ard o funm n it to dilliUe It has taken that but rening its in the fameinanner as the Diet of Gentral Ney fer out yifterray for Citizen Verninac is tr fet oit for Account from Buflp that the Municipality hag been on theConf itutional all rhtpublic during the ime of ihe w furrcCliou been xkclhrtd mull and Hamburgh in relating one fdcl bf little fiates another of grfrat ance It fays Fufs hw receivedtrom the Emperor of Ruffia a valuable for ing dpa plan bran and that is ihe fame Fufs of to whofe imercef fion with the is faid to be owing the late mediation of the Ruffian in favour of Sviitxer l J The news of the death of the Duke of Parma has occasioned no fnriall fenfation at and fome it is immediately be fee on in favour of the Grand of Tuf will befupported with the whole In fluence of the Ruffian It ii currently re ported that theGrand Duke of Tufcany is to marry Ruffian A Gentleman of the Imperial Court has been fent at Courier ro the Archduke at to induce His Royal Highnefs to haften hil return to to be prfefmt at the feflivities to be given in honour of the Grand Quke The exchange of Couriers between Vienna and Petcrfburgh becomes brifker every and the difpatches received are reponed to be of ihe utmoft political At ome Mintfterial con Terences which lately took both thelnglifh ami Ruffian AmbaQadors pagny was not The long depending and important queftion ref the Indemnities in is at 10 His Imperial Majeftys Minifler at Ratifbon has Em peror itgreeable to his anxiety for the maintenance pf having removed every ttbftacle which ojppofed the fuccefs of his Negociations at and having taken for the bafis of the the Supplement of Indemnity offer ed by the French GoiKrnment itfelf for the of imperial Majefiy hopes to fee an amicable nnderftanding immediately TheDeputation at Hill continues its it is merely for the re gulation of fome It is ftill faid Borap trie will vifit and before h refums to Paris j but at he willcrriamly bein that city thean niverfarjr of his he will fcarcely have tim fo far to extend his The between France and Auftria are at length ad ju left The Ernperor in confe quence of that formally rhe Condufum by which the Deputation of the Empire hatadopted the general Pian of Indem The Grand Duke of Tufcany it is fup to ih addition to rhe Ten itories given him by that a mafs Ecrlefiaflical pro perty which hall make his annual mil IIMH hundred thoufand Orders have been received at Dover to pay every poflible attention to Envoy Kxtraordinary from the Batavian in Of his arrival which is at pteient The reports of ihe evacuation of Egypt and Malta are roanifellly unfounded as a lerter bag is trparthe fur ihofe to be conveyed out in a day or two by the Niger frigate By lenefs from of ihe we ifre informed that the Duke of Kant is every morn ing on hofeback half an hour before he rides round ihe different to lee thai ihty are properly alert after he infpects his own regiment for about an and then pro ceeds to the guard mounting at ihe grand he then vifits the different new Voifcs which nre carrying and feldom returns to breakfaft ten From this timej till dinner he inva riably dedicates to the bufinefs of the which he difpatches with the ntmnii punctuality and Every perfon who calls on duty ri certain of feeing him and of having an immediate and explicit Alter dinner he generally rides or drives into Spain for an hour or and which is almoft the only relaxation he feenu to partake His Royal Highvefs has fal len away very much fince his and hai fuf exceedingly fr m the heat which has been by far the hotteft known here tbelemany A letrer from of the ajd that tne bufineis of Paflau was drawing to an end that the Auftrian under the corn f Gneral Si as preparing to evacu ate that and oply waiting for orders1 from Vienna for the A letter of later date fr m thjf inte and that the lateft advices Paf fau do not ftate any difpofvions are making for the evacuation of That the report to 1 effect prectpitatefy founded upon the cir cumftance of the difbandingfome men from the re in the garnfon of Paftm but th t they were immediately replaced by a battalion of the re giment of Jordes arMved from The valry ftaioned in the vicinity has lately received coiinderable The great fair of this fays a letter from is more bHliant this year than for many years It abounds in productions of national and in articles of evepy kind rrnde in imi tation of Fnglifhmanu This muft be as cribed io ihe encouragement held out to French by the prohibition of thofe of Eng The celebrated Swifs patriot Aloys has every public and to refift the ty ranny of Etfides he was Landam mau under the old and has identified his own fare and fame with the prefervation of his he loft a Brother in the abominable mnf facres of Baron a Captain of the Swifs who was wounded in head and arm in the defence of the Thuijleries on the loth of The fame evening he was dragged from a houfe which had given him refuge to the prifn of the where his arm was fe a fecond time but on the zd of September he was forced from his and rrufTacred inthe ftfret by the atTaffini employed bythe Commune of the part of theFrettth of but the e the mere refid iweda ttot iaft but the relations If Andrtoffi comet to detailed in I that paper of the to utter i Britifh it if not difficult i hil flay here will be with a conciliatory it will be the part of his Majeftys with firnil The Kirn in waving every point ot and meant as much at fuch sin do to hold out pacific pofinon but we fhould ro the fincerity of fuch a furfji tide had appeared in the official Jwper of Fra as that to which we per as extremely bjecau the fenriments itc ontains with the Firft we cannot bat inott on it avowal ofthe principles upon which hejii mined to ifIb while that we fear here can be no real peace between this country and It has been tfutt thf docunWot to which we hoftile as is to the Britifli and incompatible as the principle irttaV11 rains wouldbe to the continuance the two if thejf were the ments of the Government of nothing more tetaliationJitponJthe of this forpermitting of the principles of the Confular Government and the TeveTe refleclions berm publifhed at different refpetRtrigvlil contiud of France towards otheV fhould be happy to all that is if this is renlly that it is a little thai this r ihould have appeared in the Official The new Englilh eflabltfhed precifely the purpofe of aflailing our wosild have been the proper vehicle fuch an There we might have been the the R itojflocrej the without our attaching1 to fuch a when The Momfeur thefe ttnderffood to be juib lifhed under the rye of ihe and to contain nothing haa not been approved of by the higheft thus only a week btf re the arrival of the Ambafiador of muft paufe before we tniy An dreoffi really brings thepHvebrancfi in his It is not improbable that the Confui may mean to In fending my Ambaflado I intend to fliew that I w ifh for vi fiting my I mean alfo to hew left it fhould I am making preparatjons for Minifters will and will not to vfpearaiuet but to We do not like to argue theinability of France io make or the ability of 6wn country to fupport flaremeniis are ufually greaily exaggerated on borh and generally tend to can ftate Abundant rea f ns to that peace is the intereft ot and that it never was more than at the prefent pei France does hot want an extenfion of ler or of or Her people have heard enough of and of and have felt enough of rnifery They wane quet and and England preferved her Conftitdtion through a moft arduous She has alii fled many of the other of EUrbpe to defend their independence ind fhe terminates the conteft wuh her refourcea great and and her dominions objed has he the renewal of war f can dtfire her fafety and in If the meafures which France has taken endanger they rnuft The policy of France ought to diclate to the Chief not to take mealures have this ten dency The policy of England imperioufly calls upon the Kings Minifters tooppofe fuch if by force We are among the levers of but of peace on the duration of which we can place con Without that peace is defli of all its The now how can it bef fo as ro aft rd us its real we by fuffenng the Firft Conful of France to proceed upon a of aggrandizement and interference with ether and admiiting that we have no concern in fuch proceedings but by a firm and raflute againft rhis and a tian to refift thofe meafures which are calculated to enforce If the fole confederation now the prefevation of Peace between England and a we confidently would be more likely attain that than a fyflem of But whether fuch a con duft leads to Peace or it is that only in the prefent ffcueof promife to the the prefervation of its etyenrial and ii that only we are His Majeftys Minifters will Our port leners ftate that ffamen begirt to Bills have been up at well as the other to encourage fo It is faid to be in cinemrlnfion of to eftablifh a General Agency undei1 thority of Such a plan would be eminently ufeful to the Military Service as weliai to the public at The profits Artny Agency have been very and it rtM be highly h nourable to Government if the pro pofrd plan fhould be effectually carried KIIO practice for the advantage of the Stare of s
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