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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - November 18, 1802, Dublin, Dublin I i Should PeacHje can nevet with U jo Ibe I gave as tile prefervert of havt received the followI courfe feel an increafe of fag details relative to difTolution of the Diet of I The firft declarations which that AtTem bly fent to gave reafon to fuppofe that they tnnutt to fubjjnit fully to the Proclamation of the The French ceived an order not 19 enter theSvvifs As fobn the Diet were informed of this deter iTtinarion tif the they refolved to profit by and accordingly them the only Government of Switzer ordered the Contingents of tlw torn to aflerpble OB the and ioxrccortime hoftiuttes ivith tbeHclvetic troops if they approa led that Under circiimilances Citizen AidrdeCamp to General arrived at Lucerne on the ajth of and prdpoted eh interview with Aloys Reding at which the hvter but fent M tend another Member of the to meet They informed Citizen that the Diet Were determined tj diflolve but the fame time protefted ngainft the mcafutes which had been Adopted agafcft The Diet vfai fnfkel folvtd 6n iite There is at prefent in Private Letters from Parts contain inteUigvnce of very cctifiderable importance indeed J Rarifitation of Treaty of Bri jecls having money in the French Funds courfe to be paid and were paid the Arrears theirStock which had ace ietore the and during itf Tne vbef inning bf fpmt making the cn ary Application to the French we juuw tvuh whether Reca or iad lo have who a will foon 03 An ftcT was ifliedliere wWCh it declared thai the Cohven A concluded Fratice and Srain on the having placed at the difpo of tlhe of the thai froiia tKe iJie day the M J received fr that they WffreforrjMo in M Under the prtfcnt 4 tart Ctuanan 6f tht two m tifyGvvenuitetit had not ilougk proper to execute the of on French Government bat idt tfluc a ordering the payment of ftt been Mceivcd afternoonf at cejved ng Letttr lowi w irtcTton as a which Wednef fof TO fib Excellency Lord Whitwonh arrived this day at three after a four hours and a He on hit kiRdJng and much The Eons were and ftituted confirting of the IfayorffV tM ComrnUrMyGeneral jMgede After them the head tf the ot the Bto JExcelleney arid Suite were TKe Gatette of Taft night conttined frorri the and from Citing all OutPwl oV the feveral fow neratly the firffwetk eff invited to in Such is the intelligence 50his rt in States of J belong do remain in theisime gf TWTi of an tiitpartof the Chief of the In thft wtiich is t 1 Minifter Note addrefjed reach Minifter to the Imperial Plenipdti to the SubDelegate for which Miaibeeit cotnrouhicated to hhri by the fald Minif the containing the carnmfcnica fame wifhi which they the lpehiftg of ihe Extraordinary of flw and With the imperial in the intention of A and are fiif The iJudhy of has difpoiaf of the French tfte For an event our RrivatetJortefpiuienit had prepared The French Minifler at Moreau De on d1 Mffth AdminiRrarorGenetal of has t tkro was concluded on rance and to to France nven si A of which i ttocby of f he ceafe extent local more confeqaence fn aiaother of Mjftw to ge rid of rei UiW the moment o m true opportunity of well t6 HU at rfie alHira ncf of his hi eh corf tif fan11 the reading tha Mayeiwe and BohemHi wnsd on the affiwt vf the tDiet then adopted upon monflrancet ate principles v do adaibg nnorhtfT ipy P of as it was the Public might havt an portunity of feeing Wjhof Jladtkeiiio long and fa ardently an Kngiifh A rnba flavor in They were received with great fa ve1 he wasflruck up and playod for an bu almoft drowned by theapw plaule of the whole who Rood up whilft k play in the good old Englifh A thw received the Paris Papen to the 1 1 th Ty account of pleie fitbjijgatiop of The jEHet of triable TO rtfift the of to facrifice the of their Oouniryrnen in a ing andf w ive entered Sch from which place Aloys Red il had previoufly re pjace of retreat is not fnVairUgiment ken place between wwf ihcQrapd hai fo much that it their Sittings will terminate about the ttiodle of this accounts froirn Havre are dated the 7th at WiCJv was in that and the time Jfiiced for his was not He ejpejfltd 10 in Our Dutch neceflnriet fpr the zyrh which wete in for They aijr to be embarked1 at quantity of and to tarry if the troops ire to pfoaed maitider of flit troops Vii 1 attend the em Vniade or t to jebt H when the rfec the 10 grant a getwral pardon to Deferters the Army Navy Admiral Story has been furnrnoned to appear to ftand trial oa the 21 fl of tijay be the rffult to this Jl the vefumetit and the People aw the will be Prepared Euchfave thamfefves well and abundantlycapable of ex ecuting the To ad snk the laid down in tlie in the f ir rjrjay be proper or prudent to bring i aclion againft the they hai brought ipto aAion will prrfume to give an But we do that the prefeni liate as far as thisCottntry is calls for un and fora fyftem of internal de which fhould enable tu bid at say and undtr any at lemps to whirlv a neighbouring Power might be If rhe War Ihottld be unhappily no itjan Wi his fenfet can but tUat every means bfjp likeny pur pwfoni Rulers to Vent that wml confiflent with out The fituation Coumry The French papers which arrived this bring a on the Firft territories of whenever any prefenrs Art Article from tober flates that a in had been publifhed there on thai day t In ihtfmme of the Freoch LouisEtie Moreau Saint AdmiuiflratorGeneral of A convention concluded ranee and on the sotlyif place ar the diipofal of France of the Duke of Parma and the 4ath of that Prince having happened on the 9th of Ciclober laftr the Firft Onful has thai from that moment the exertyc ofSowreivitlj it by right trantf erred to tkeFrtHtb RefuUu and he has appointed us of the king This preamble is fbUbwedJby fevtral regula appointing every public acl to be done in the name of the French Thus we fee Buonaparte gradually advancing in his fchemtf of uniting Italy 10 ihe French Will it now be denied the Firfl Confdl hat an cquivaltnt for and that we fhaj not be juftified in retaining it in our pofltfRon The geographical pnfition of this new annexation to ia of Hfetfiufficient tolhew the intentions of tn French What artf now the Ligurian and Italian furrouuded as they are with the dominions of France Weihatl foon to hear of the pageant Prince of the or the King of leaving their ttrI f ritoriei by legacy to a Later front dkteJ By the laft accounts ftom Malta that had failed thence with under his to join the five fail of the fine whichleft this on the 61 h It is now that the of our SqUadrdn ii ro watch the forte which theFrefich have collected at Toui they have now twelve fail of the line ready for and thirty thoufand All our fhips were preparedfor jclual fervicet they had again mounted allthe gobs they had put in rhe on hearing pf the Peace and was generally believed in the that they mould attack rhe French offered to put to There can be no from the which the French towe been gradually col injhefi that they feme grand if we do not prevent them from N more trench line of battle IRips pafTed i t o three Orders axe left for every fhip that Comei Here to join Sir Richard Bickerton without ft The Dey of Algiers ftijl threatens to go to Warwith from hts af fuming fo unufaal a that he has been fecretly urged on by the French to adl as he ivtih a view of catling the attention of our Fleet Toulon tp N Arrearances hereloik very We fhould in the leaft degrer fiirprized to hear of an adion our Fleet and the Toulon Squadron r it is no fecret that our Fleet has to prevent the French Armament at While furh a jraloufy exifts refpefling in it be nbfurdUo qtimed hs fora time at may oftwbeconfideted avdetermined Even loay alfo be kept till the nuitrers difcuffion bepween this C umry anH France be finally arranged thoJ was before imdcrftood that the troops there were to be carried to it is exnemely probable other have been private fetten Alexandria ftate that the Ma theTorks had aitnoft daily encoun ters j and it wafcfuppofed that the Ottoman troops VrooM dViven out of excepting fuch as look refuge in in thefe ciri BritifhGovernment has not thought ft right to The accounts from Switzerland are at eonfufed It is only certain that the French trocjps have entered the leffer aiid that the Swifs Patriots ftel themfelves unable tooppofe from Lifbon mention of the Police of that City having inftiruted a very fevere cut ton againft the calling upra them difcover upon ivhich the fticiety Many perfons have already been imprifoned fotprofeffing theonfelve Free and chiefly itnen of learninrandT abifities t ardong orhers is the author of the Diflerration puhlifhed afeAV months agoin the London Medical on the influence of the calcareous riafc from which Lifbon on the health of Wehopefoon todevelope the reafous for thisftrange which has been taken up witha irigaanee hitherto unknown tn f i French U thinking of raifing arf taken to carry the plan into at i the all ihe department and lifts of the are fubjeclro it are prepared before in order to prvyent all refifbhcej in all the diftritfli whofe fjtu auon Is favourable to petty they will be decidedly Lord exclufive of the donation of has fur i her the by au annual fubfcription of ten His Lordthip has to tfee town the premifes inljoWtherflreet lately commonly known by the name of the Reckoningrloufe which are intended to be railed another and fitted up a and A very idle opinion prevails that the Duchefs of porfet will not be preiewed to Madame Buona Her Grace will certainly interchange every neceffary etiquette with he Confulets of the French Thofe perfons who imagine that the Duchefs fee none but flrange faces in the Court of Madame Buonaparte are exceflively mif To the of our Ambafladrefs willfind more thifvn one of the faithful Ladies of Honour of the late Queen in her antichambers 1 Oakesdoet not goas CommanderinChief be lent to Garrifon t Yefterday wt received ft tetter ffoil JShi TourM dared which ftatt that on the coafl from number of troops dwhitf great in the but is wholly filew on the fubjeA of the J ment now reported to be The Britifh wKicfr fn from hav arrKed at Vmceirw cottnts direclfrtim tltff arrival of tne5 Dutch having flttlved We hftve received the B6fton tOv the At that no accoumt had beea twceived of ihe reported a ffrfnch Army in t ferf Sir John Sinclair no man the Empire is of Twenty tij k rfK within theiaft for the heafcribcs themttcof the Funds at been Twenty Capinl in the according to fo glutted fcaroely Yifli toldat four f in detlriwtfth hair a dollariper Clrcnfer Letters have been ftitt Secretary of ell the Houfe of that H in Staie on the ttifore 00 in a Speech from the the di vers weighty and important affdiVswhiob nave duced him M call Parliament Wevhave grtatafl iri afluring the that health has prfrfeclly reeftablifhed bjy the ftoit ufk which he has made of the Bath That great man never was better health than at fhs prefent end we have no doubt offdon feeing hii unrivalled talents exerted in in fuppOrt of the caufe and the interefls of An oppofuion is talkeds of tv 08 Abbot as Speaker tf the Houfe of Fofter hat been named as a Candidate for the as well as one or two It is a welUknown Cdtrfuli fubfcwbst for Oaf Tbottfaiifl Englfh and Britith Brit ten in by JflfcohviSeJ and expatriated Trai V Thurfday ar xfas launcltedE from Smiths an of toris named the Wexfprffi to Complimept of the opulent i There at prefenrf thirty young Ruffian Gentlemen in by Emperor to receive thtir Naval A celebrated German has arrived in who is 6f a STJufical called anAtiekowrde which Is faid to imitate the htrman voice with gfeac If Minifters have not to be in hafte to deliver up wltich we believe few are now inclined t it is a fortunate circumflance that no greater delay took place in fending out or ders to rhat as the previoufly in bten nearly into rf two thoufand Neapolitan having actually reached and begun to do duty is reafoh to that rhtf Britifft troops which have ferved fo long in probj1 bjy by this form a part of the garrUpn of Letters from Leghorn that French Com mUfioners of an exuaordinary nature were expetfl edat that and at Genoa a report which had excited fewasion in the mercantile inie Otto baa ttotifled that he takes his departure from England oa Monday week the houfe he oc at in fcmttwn fnuare is already ea gaged for the of a fafht viable Lord Whitworth has taken with him ro Paris B fupcrbjfervice ot porcelain Worcefter s EEVBCTS or isa vulgar Cuftom which has long prevailed among thelow anil ignorant part of the particu larly in where SuperHition be cunlidered in its i and many of ourReadera may remember that this Cuftom more than been attended Wjth fatal On Monday a feryaat belonging to of reblv ed to follow this notwith ftanding the remonftrances of her went into fhe Foundry at ren at with a which fhe placed on the table wlulft performed her After walking thro the fhop feveral not feeing any fhe took up her and fowed it a feconJ when a meagre figure prefented itfelf to her imagination f She after relating what fhe had went to the Btblt tiydcrber In the mornhig the eizcu bft as BrigndierGneraT i of her fliortly after
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