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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - November 16, 1802, Dublin, Dublin FVXEIGff A battalion of the French brigade is arrived lit Zurich General Serras eftabliflted his hwiqnarters in that The has been ined ro difPlve it bad already received fimilar notice from the Helvetic but it pAid no attention to and even Tent back the The troops of the Htle Cantons begin to en trench hemfelvea on the r of Schwitz TJiey recknn that the French troops in Switzer land wilt amount to There is a rttmour of the refignation of the Lan BASUU For fereraidays the French troops have been continually pa fling through cornpofing part the anwy deftmed to encrnip near General Rapp has direct ed their march they are arrived in confiderable Cumbers at where re exift violent op Mafwion and animnfittes between the inhabitants of fee city and thole of the and where it is reported there have been Jorne very fcvere and feiofriy The two bayaW tne l6lh Jfenn brigade in farriPjn have likewife been ettttn and by the 8orh Th firbopf form the gar of aie 1whp have put it out of the rsacti of being only one put ef the Confederate Troops retired tn their hnmMi he is by rdef of the Diet of j bd fa for the as it is of a Hop to the influence of Helvetic Government on othet fide of that anfl tomaimirin order and By thw the Cantons of and ihe JUile find thcm Selves undei of the Diet of itsSittings asjt further de resi iff without in preparmg pablifli a JQJeclaration of the means of afliinng the Confederate States of their right to form a Omftttuuon lor It that the ln furgms have than joo pieces of which they have taken from the different Arfenals of But as the French troops advance on all the frontier of the little Cun it it enfy forefee that the ejriflence of this Party be and tlut a refiflance will not be thought he Government of it is has been to the the Secreraty at the fucceffion to the Chief Govern upon the return of Marquis Wil W JJPriTate Letters from St Pterfburgh fpeak of fhereceptinn 6ir John Boflafe the Bri tFflj at the Ruffian Court as highly fiatt ring to the N utonal Clumclf and promifing very By a Letter fmm Ha vrfcde the 6rh Buonaparte is fbted to have arrived and raiion of The City was iltuminated in the and a brilliant difplay of fireworks Hii trato attendants occiipted a fpace of nearly three Quarters i mile in He to indefatigable tn infpeaing the fortifications and public ts it is to mnke great Whitworjih and the Duchefs of Drfrfct ar rived at A ffrlute of at guns was and the colours were At half ofclock yeflerday rooming his Lordfmp and the embarked for France on the Cnuolefs of and his Secretary an4 on board A tetter from dajed the follows By the Mediifa which arrived here Italia in twentyone we i hat two thoufand Nea politan troops had arrived who were doing duty on the oppofite fide of ihe harbour rfrom the A Grand Matter had atla ft been who is an Italian Nobleman now tri and rbe evacuation of the ifland by our troops will pro bably bei delayed till his The tranfpom had failed from for to bring Hway whole troops now and they were expecled by the Nrv tember The Mednfj fefl in wiih our which fatted hence on the off all Sir Richard Bickerton had received orders to remain in the Mediterranean with tlie whole of fits after Malta was evacuated a meafure highly politic in the prefent fituation of as without a naval to keeptlie Toulon fleet in the French might eafily make felves again matters of both Mfalta and the moment we have evacuated as we fhquld then nothing to depend upon but the good of When Sir Robert in the went to four months to derrnnd vefleU the Algerines had owinf to their not having pafles id not fwrnilh diflerei m difcriintnate between theirti he at the end of five declare agoinft and trre In It accounts from Algiers he per fifted in his dewrntiwiton of fit Surely after the by the French of humbling we hall not fttfUw aurfelyes to li bullied I Th only men of war here are the cufx ttr4 wliich fitk England inefif Wf 1 The garrifim art li ektreroely and be have remarkably and quiet on every Deputation oC ihe Empire fttll cpnttnues us tram the The repbits ot for time alarmed the Public ane agalii lulled to The delay of the AmbafiaoVi arri which Jforne time afforded a handle to the reftlefs and can now no longer be ad duced TO terrify the Stock and ferve the purposes of the We have all along flared as onr that it was too much thrimereft of the French Government to to afford rea fonaMe apprehenfions of a renewal of do not ar all fuppofe that the fenriments of the Firft Conful towards this Country have uidrr gone the flightefr alteration favourablefide the the vigor andTpirit u bich our Government lately in fruftrating hrs and checking his Wthbitton have added fuel while the philippics ngainft the Engliih which fill his Official Pa hew that the independence and freedom with which our Countrymen utter their and expofe his continue ttf rankle in his Thefe very indications of his hew are our fureft pledge of for if Buoua pane bad the pdwer to Wmfelf by he would never ftoop to a wirof JSMhe is too able a slat to recede in proper rime from attempts which can only drfrover his knows well irftari iatfte prefent condition sX War xvould tjtf his it is by open or fbrae indifcrm raibnefs on the part of our that in fuch bo forced iara a J Our Minifters have al by fqp ported by aclive haveobliged him to defer his fchemes of ambition for With regard to ourfelvts and our the Empe ror of Germanyi he hm adopted the and conciliatory language and and tbefe points have undoubtedly been effected by our in With regard to our endeavours have neither Completely nor completely fuc Thofe w htch were taken by t he Firft before our have produc ed their effecVrand the Swifs have been intimi date f into our interpofuton has produced the effects which alone were to be ex pelled from it this fubmifHon a milder rone on the part of the terms for the Stvlis It is in thtjf and not in the val of an that are tu look for the Stability of Peace V being the official corrntiencernent of the new Lord Mayors annual was attended with the ufual The Ducde Bouillon is arrived ih town from Jrr no doubt but that this fpirited eerwill make a proper ftafement of the treat men i which he wxeivec iaanworihily Letters from that theChief Conful has for die minds bf and land of TSSi that a Conful was Appointed His he equal 1 at pet armim t and reGdence as Cooful is not rccogntfed by theBririft he tKere in a privine capa letters tjut the people of Jcrfey do not much like or approve of this or of the promifed refidehce among them of this French w f proprietor of the in the was Vefterday morning on The decrafcd went on Friday Inft to fee had a plhotatibbof the purntife of giving fpme thf raeaoingw return hnvne on following havmg returned at the appointed his family concluded he had been unexprdedly detainedby buftnefs and this confidcrafipu preyefrted any alarm for till Monday fen a meflenger to Belfnmto ennui re of informartnn there received that heinad fet out fur Oclock on Saturday ing unable to procure arty kind ofcarfiaf l refplved to proceed to town oh fftijCT time the people of Belfont had heard rid gence whatever of This his relatirfns to conclude that forhe faai acident befallen and his with fame other determiried tyfet pur intfearch of For hours they Continued ipi vai n exploring different parts of the difcovered a fhon diflai theroad a piece oFWue On they found K to be the ikirt bf a buried in the and on ei proved to be the fame that with him fnwn Proceeding tin they faw near the buih a foldiers ing the bufh with they ptreeved of blood this appearance led them to conclude that murder had committed near and on farther they found their relative hockingly nearly covered wih UppA intpedion they difqivered that the Reived feveral wounds on the top and on back of his and that a wirt ot Ins brehead had been entiKtycut Ronnd hh neck they found tied ftrong piece of by which it is fuppofed he4 had been The wounds on the htad appeared to ed with a mil writ as that of a milttaY hat being found near the excited that the murder was perpetrated by two foldicrs who were Teen walking actofs the Heath the fume evening The pockets of the de ceafed were entirejy cut bis ead hat had atib been carried moft diligent fearch is now making lor the and there is reaiaa hope will not bng eicape the pudtflmient due to their Steele was a young man of very amiable iod his fate lisifimeerely lamented by v We received this morning the Mttniteiir of tfie 9 h but it does not cootala article of the ligKrcft not a mrurrehce even to the memorable day of which k is and which rafted tf tKr freotH are unaer Our intelligent correfpondent the has iranfmitied us fbme important Intelligence from The interference of the Firfl gainful in tf fairrof has long bft allprejrerw it eter had to the of In no Canton had foB mitted to that or from actual The plain We faJl that France is now irnpoftng a Governrnept upon contrary to the manifefl and exprefled will and wifhei of nincteentwentieths ot the and the Violationof the fplldvviAg ar ticle of the treaty article in the treaty the Patriots have t The prdcoc Treaty tof and paiticolstly tie Stir tjth are declared tq eatepd to be common tithe Helvetic Mod Liguriaa The parties mutu ally guarkntce the independence of the and the rigtt iaJkotil ideft if Gtvtmmrnt tlty jtrtitU Trtoty tf Pofitive our correfpondent afittret has been received of the Diet having ditfblted itfelf on the aSth of bW and of the Patriot army ported on the right bank bf the Reufs having been difbanded by order of General The Diet fubmitted only to fparethe effufion of Swifs it appears that the were marching againft them from the Weftern parts of that a ftrong body had paBedFthe Furka and the and occupied the CaWas of Ufi whirfta ftronger corps of French Italian tfoops had entered the Valteline and the What will be the effect of this interference on the part of France The Swifs may fubmit as long as French troops remain in Switzerlrnd but will they as foon as they again attempt to efiabhfh a conftitution for themfelves the Swifs snake fuch an the French Government will finda pretence for i iier titfai laft one encroachment leading to Switzerland will eventually be added to and the Publicifts of Puns wiU fiad out that the chain of mountains which extend from the Lake of Conftance to the Lake of is a much more nuturalbouadary than thofe which now divide the Republic from the PRIVATE We domefticncws of any vf war and have fwniewliit diiniutflicd the anUmr of cora merciul Shoufd be Ixuvccn our ctmnry ijnl tliould tw TciVe a ftrifl bttjkauij we le permitted Swilzerladd is lae uhjeit of guuerat anxiety to the wbo expect that the Consular eye wift be turned to Item aflejr the Canloni are reduced o I have juft received from Frankfifl the following important intelligence rc lative to Switzerland The following is the fubftance of letters dated whicbhate jtift arrived from and BaHe Two French Generals are to direcl the operations the The Generafin H to confine himfelf to the weftern General Serras to the General Surras has eilablilhwd his headquarters On the a battalion of French fanhy arrived unexpectedly at and the ijth regiment of Horfe On the next and on the feveraf French bnt talions of the and arrived a part of thefe troops are deUined to form the garrifim of Zurich remainder have pafFed through that ciry on their re h to and other 44 On he tfi General Ney arrived at Zurich to concerf operations with General In conference of nn intimation front the French he Provifimual Government was obliged to diflToWe itfelf on the at alt Adminiftrative and JtMlMal Authorities vfhkhwbad beenj eftablMied int the Cwi i He Conftitulional Authorities their Before the Provincial Go they clamatian to of the irity and try affuring Ihetn that they yielded onty to force of arron and that lofenwl prqtell tv in mui of Zurich the right of giving themfelvcs f Con Vitution ftlapted to tfcir jntereflsj a right which this Treaty of JLunevilte had formally cnrtired 44 A courier extraordinary which arrived at and on the Ifl bvitfgs the important that the Diet ofSchwifHat length oilfblved iifetf on of Uft Bufthey ptrbWlwsd a ptoteflf couched in tff e fame hold and manly terms vfftirh nave been remarked in all their preceding General Hachmann who is nlfo at ScnwU on his Cent a circular letter to all the Chiefs of the Confederated Troops who are flitt In the enjoining them to dtfband their troops and to return to their AS foon as this order was publifhed on the Bapks of the the army which paAed there and began it march for the different Caatuns of Ealtern It is Afleirtedj thatthe Cbrttons of Uri and Undf rwtfd have been occupied by French trooi from and Gtimftflf tbat a tiofp ef FrencH and troopj feyertl thoufsud ftrong have entered the rial m oeft pulaM Ihgtif the evacuate Paffeu in the Gprrvj clnfc of ill tefday for that C here tfdni T thing is fettled is againin as BaucH ravonr The Governtoent of r port from the Council of a of Navy Offieejri antiettt The cil ef Marine has atledged fornot aocVeini are tn fubftanceV If ft nave for f turning to f thai Republic ttnccrtiiiiijjWTcpiauH the prefent ing the whole of thai T of ferved old nijgi during the laft and yvhb were by from entenoiptrto of the be reinflattd in i The Odyernnient hsteilcc1 propofalof the it here that they havcaclcdunwHWy in ing the offers roadt them by asany of whtft have great wbilftour is ingeneral corauofed of young Without Great difeontents prevail quence of the ufs to of fhsreof the AIndia The of Middle burg lalely prefonled an Addrefs to the mentHl Government of Zealand on the fubjcctv which Addrefs was the body lothe Government of State their and had from time to time lt keep the CUBI pany in partlculnrly thp AmericaR war with whofv captul brtugltitiie CbAipaAy nnj The fubfraitceAf Ilieir t eve is tolbe art about to be in Waiifii of our All the ttegtments of Injahrty have complete to their full and to fuch Officeirs to recruit as are otiofl like The 6t ft Regiment is ordered to tndfo loth to The 9otav and ordeted are ordered tn be recruited as fsfl at i Circular under date of if fued to thtj Cojhnifts of each Regiment of to make immediate application for portion of and to apply w the Ordaanc fur any number of arms deficiemof the qtujpuy that will be required for tkeiacttaicd Thf Pensioners are ordered to make immediate opnearaftCe1 for Garrifon w hy is a Commander in CMef appointed BritiffcArfiiy in the In theperfoo of when we cannot hqve a ganiiat excepting Gifraliarrunlefs Malta is te lieldJ and perhnps Egypt atfo t All Officers Jhould be ordered to j without the teoff their regiments hi and Airthefe laeafores were ordered after a Cabinet We are in one of the wife Rriflty with ao account that ail our differences rcfpetftiqf are and HIM our troopsooljr al of the GfanS to How we are bpth to think ma b Malta wtff Ac at the Brtttfh in whatever way the exiftiflf drfferences may be Mr edin town on with dtfpntches for Cbt ernmoit from Hrtnte tetMu the MameluUet imd Turks had eourfters and it fuppofed that the crooops wouldfe driven Wof ewepi1 fuch as took refuge ID t lc jsunderflood thai hit Mjffty o the Houfc of o open dK ScffioAof i Lament vrtth a tnoft gracious on Tufcfitejr the In ine meait the Membets will be and the Speaker vboGetn I JJP to the of Commons on Twefday P1 in a certain number of the M the meerlng On the 6rft of the meeting of Abbott at fotfotncthing he fpeWb to ike throue on the clofing ot tnc
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