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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - November 20, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                a t c v He tint iuth em to let him hear L ow Sir ROBERT WILSONS Htftory of the Britilh Expedition itt M Baonapartp having carried the town of Jaffa fcy a matiy of the garrifon were put to the bm the greater flying into the iirnplnHng mercy from their were grantiftd tjiijtr lives arid let it be well lhat an fexafperaed in the moment of re when the laws of war fuflified tlie yet heard the voice of received its proudly refufed to be any longer the execu tioners of ah unrefinihg Soldiers of the Italian is a laurel wreaih worthy jyour a trophy of which the fubfequent trea foij of an individual hall nor deprive you days nho expreflTcd much refentmrnt at lire cornpaffion tufefted by his arid determined to relieve liimfelf from maintenance and care of three eight hundred ordered them to be marched to arifing ground neav divifion of French infantry formed againft them When the Turks into Aei aligned and the mournful were com the fignol gun of mufque try and grape inflandv placed agaitift who bad a wlhsu he aftend ing faM fyohvut into tne tros to in flrenuous and the officer of the iBcat Majwr qommaifted for ttte ro nhoha he dwifion belonged was abTeot eVctj ie fufed to tlrc orders without a Wrirten iii ijruatoot tnw Buonaparte oo and lent BerthJerta enforce to period ta the fiif ftrings of tlie waandted but lapfed Qcjuld what fffofiabJy rnajify languifjhed whole in agony 3 Several French by whom partly thefe tails are fftrnifliedrdeclared ibat Vh wai a retrbfpetfl of which their rt and that they cojuld not reflect on it accuftomed as they had to Alights of cruelty Thefe the Prifoners whom in Hs alluded when three days the Tuths hewed ntf that diicafe and it wasjlteir patri which produced thff peftHenrial whtcb he deJcribes as aftertjrards making fuch v the lie 4rf to travel jer who they be confatinded h thofe thfe of v be Alleged Jfes a mile A being produced to fyppor tit j Would a of in natiitttg J a when iMir ttubmiflion became an act of to eftablifh further the authority of the ithis only can be it was Bonns di which fited and rnutf every one is afforded opportunity of fatisfying themfelves fefpeiUng hy of Officers ferving in the HOlfierenc b compofing this The next is of ar nature which moft details to ef fince the idea can fcaree be that the Commander of an Army fhould order his Countrymen if not immediately whom he had been naturalized ro deprived of when in a ftaie which required the kindeft But the annals France record the frightful a Carrier t rind bijlorical truth muft now recite one fo any which bat blackened its finding that his hofpitaU at Jaffa with ient for a whofe mme fhould be infcribed in letters of gold ibut from weighty cannot be here inferred entered into a long conversion with refpecling the danger ot at with the 1 mull be d me remedy the that the Dtftruaion of the Siet at f in the wat the only meafure which could bt adopted alarmed at ihe in confidence Virtue and the caufo of Huma vehemently reprefentlng the as well as the of fuch d murder feu finding that Buonaparte perfevered and me he indignantly left the ihis Jmorableobfervation Neither jnty nor taMr of tny will tee to taw a ffoman try do Buonaparte not to be divertedwttfft an who t who fince has AIJ by in tnfpeaed tht to near five jcsft bf faying thofc who beldnged tq tVf towns to The aae aaul nobk pftiyftognwriv veterw attravacd I Old vfiat did you here I mwft Qiou you fame your aufwcr iD you came to fcrye your fo do J i4 frookncft if cfie reply cxciftd un it favoufe ie0of he observed one Wbrt bid offttfan and to become hit and Poifon to the SiclJ at in gratify ing wreV fufpeciing Victims Jive hundred and eighty HBO feredfo much for their Country perlfbfA bly ty the order itsf dot J i Is there a Cwhpfe blood chill Vrith fcital of mutdered unoffending mjili be now hovering round the feat of Gbvernmentrifcd V If a doubt fh mid fHlt the veracity of this let the Members of the Infiitute be vuhatpafTed in the Sitting after there turn of Buonaparte vvill that the fame virtuous who refuted 16 become the deflroyer his flccufed Buonaparte of High in the ful againfl the honor her and Humanity that he e the full details of the1 of the the maflacre of by charging Buonaparte with prewiouflyy at a number of French who were HI of the thus this difpofal of the fu k was a premeditated In vain Buonaparte attempted tojuftify hinafelf f the petrified wiih horroi kand alinoli doubted whether the fcene patting before thetr eyes was not in due luiu ke In the this fjl nor T I iarXtU Let us found as f Buonaparte piica3ie4rthat he 6aa0ba to be not provuMttfs to j or to guard themand dcftroyed the to prevent and ftl feivn from falUng into the 4tands of the Bui thcfc were rcfuuid was obliged to rclt Jus the pofitii he afterwards were fo angry at beJog left that hey th Prefidcot of the whicjii fpeaks for ft U faid thai the Provifory Goverament of Thurgovia has made a fimilar proteft previous to v iicpa incvcil Proteft irtthe Pirov l HAGUE Cabinet of Jameis to the Court Jknow what definitive arrangements Were to be inade to the Loans for which fecarirfes were given tit the t hat means would be taken to eniure the payment Low wo of the prifidpal and intereft that as the fecu rtties which had been given of the change of circ no longer 4hey PariHo nas not yet tiicn Grohd MM A t i M pthe full to concliide Cudh wrrangennnts with the Imperial Court attnaj ifinaUy the whole r HiAwBURGHi of igth contam the iwiportant the prwnt have proppfals of triple alliance be tviecn Grf to syhlcft the of the Treaty of Peacecondttded on the 8th of it is fti that all the former Ruffia and France fhall between the two Powers and reftoredto tKe ftaie in which they were tlje on jxft pf a Treaty of Commerce was contluiedwjfh Francefor urrich only curled initoeffeSItiil His Imperial Majefly giVep orders thar liie laid Treaty ihall be rewived from the preterit force Br five a Courier from frjpro the Dutchefs with advice that the Dotchies of Sk andPiacefrza had bfenf faksn jftffTcfBoft if in th name of the ife Duchy Italian Atcording two halfrbrigades of the troops of the Italian Republic have entered the Parmcfan The Spanilh Envoy at Parma made repreftria ttons againfl this The entertainmenrs given to H s Imperial High nefs the Grand Duke Confiatnii e Will and every thing is done to render his flay here as agreeable He has b en Jtccorn panied by the at a rteview of the gaY rifon after which there in the evening at YffterdayDuke Albert gaVea breakfatt to theGnandDukearid and in the evening there was a ball ar the Englifh the Honoumbe Arthur on which occafibn Count Panin was bit fented to our Archduke Ruffian Amb Count Next Tuefday the will j did ball in honour of the Grand have not yet learnt whe ther the French troops have entered the or rhSt Gunuy U ftill a prey to The National Prefecl was compelled to quit Co ire on the 29th and to retire to Thefirft and fecond Helvetic which were in garrifon at have received or ders to return to They are now at It has been faid that Aloys Ceding and General AufderMaur had fet outr the former for and the latter for W are now allured that ihey are till at Our Journals have pubtifhtrd thelullowing Kich Was addrefled on ihe of by the Diet of to General Ney i The Prcfident of the Confederated having been on the part of General by bit Adju to declare whether jhc J3ijt would ao the Procljunatipn qf the firft Conful of the French tlwt alretdy off th ijih of they taken tlic refolutioa deUveringup their into the hsude their as foon as the French Truops enter having newer cntcvtaj4ud the defign of oppofiag by force jof Shut informed that the of Bsfle and Berne by French Ito lougcr delays to diflblveitfelf at the fame they fcize tjjis declaring to the that conformably to the tbty have received from their vfhich they confidcr obliged u they cannot regard the Helvetic menl a nor alienate the facred rlgbt I heir Natiun of forming a Conftitution for a right vhjch thiy inherited their and confirmed to by the JLuqeyilif t but on the rc firmly ccayinccd that the wIH never recover their trauquillifyaad their but in the excrcifc of that v They that the fepcral will place before the eyes pf the JPirft thie juft which U not only thejCxprclBoDi of the but of Swib who full ivcll to their In ibc name of the ifcetteirs rationof very important he of Change qfv Atiftrlan add the fame goes to Lon donwith ihe htghefl imporrancefc and hk diplomatic abilities rated Very highly wiih theitioft exiei THE It is imneceflary for us to thar wefhill enjoy the m fl heartfelt whenever we able to ftate confid nty that oitrown GoVerrunent and Republic lavecom to an u derftanding upon the points under that not nominal will As firft fiep a it is hoped thai may be to the tnveclives of The and to deny cheir being fancliocedby Au hqhty tKefe are really rp be c as of no ftioiie uiriport IPOCC than foolifh of b c mmon ate quke t w he he afier I all we have feen of of rhe French ic fince the fignature of ihe I teaty of of or in is a iir which lh nld leave urope to be Judf wirhut any anxiety the But if thefe parag aphs fpeak the w then there aIfe Sttt of iherti the moft important pomts io be adjuRed by the Government of the two future prolpecl of Peace or War in a great mea upon the interpremtion which is to be put upon thefe papersr His Majeflys Miniflers will bring this queftion to a tndrpendent of that hoftile difpofirion which has been manifefted in various fince the fignature Of the Treaty of and which we mufl itisfsrtisfadlorily there a reparticular points to arifing out of that Treaty The moft important we confider to be that which relate to The fixth fedion sof rjje loth Article of the Treaty that Independence of as the pre few fhall be under the protection and guaranty of and have thefe Pmvers undertaken to become guarantees for the Indepen donceof ihis above hasftufliaun dertaken only effeclual on ihe part of the Briiifh Everjishave taken place fince the fignature of tlieJVeary qf whiolun the opiiuan of many perfons would juf tify Miniflers in refloring the Iflatid of Malta to under the fole of this country bur the Treaty of Amiens requires that they fhuuld fecure its Independence and if Ruflia fhQuld ultimately refufe to become the guarantee we hope will not be the foroe new ftipulation previous to the refloration of the will be neeeflary to carry into effect the objetfl of the Treaty of Amiens with refped to this We have feen with fatisfaclioii the Chief Conful give way upon fome points important to fhe Settlement of the fo as ro in tlie to accede to the propofirions wWch have been This circumflance better profped of the Pacification of thatj eny thing we have wimefled for fome mouths The of the Court of Petcrf burgh has probatly effejfled this In deed it was itnjpoffible to that Ruflia would loag play the part of a fecondary and fubordinate and interfere only for the purpofe of ac Thechangeof in that has operated a change of vr has created one much more confor liMbteto her real as as to the interefls of We fte all we wiihfturfac through the mediation of we EPa Peace of nroPc may be ntifirft Conful of France may have fecured the lettttality of Pruffia under any if hid been eaually determined upon rhe fame nil plan of encroachment would prabably have continued t but the politics of the Court of I aff not now precifely what Markrtffmay taught Talleyrand to believe they were a IA be faid to at the in fecure or the reneivat of 1 1 the i f whea we may with afety itAyMiV igorous 1era nefs of PrOvifious4ias At the fenvlce gtven VifVt dered to be foVtbe puVpole them to years ago He left Qleppet JaftThuffdai ing fdr Giferti u r After refloathinji a and and to proceed to Antwerrw and DiinkuL At ihe fame tihie theMi nrfter of Wfer will infpecl foctrefTeiNfi the 25th and military placed that have been parked out fo line N along 7 One ofthe Papers Sf ain has all communication to be pot an end to between Gibsaltarand Srjainf and dif miffed he of Roch for havin been too iivtimoJe with fomfrEngltflj officers longing to the The havc Cbnfuha at hut JhaC they are thofe Cantons whiqh are occupied by the French Not has and we believe not one will appointed by UieEaflern The Swjfs beforts they addrefled tnanly jaiiyhich rtbt niean o oppofefbrce j but they appeal torhe tight of a right inherited hum llieir and guarari tctd by the treaty of they will Switzerland be happy and free until flie exercifes that They dtfire the French General to lay their juft demand before Buonaparte a demand which is not only lheex preffion of the fentimenlsof the but of every thinking Accounts have but not yet pub from by a veffiel which was only r8 daydoij her FoxJeftParis laft We have not heard of his arrival in This morning the Lord Steward proceeded at eleven to fwear in the Members re turned to ferve fhe Cammons Houfig of Parlia ceremony took place in one of the and the attendance of the Members was very One nnd more took oaths before ia among whom were Aldermen and in their A Comniiffion inthe twor direfling theCommons to proceed to election of a It is reported that Mr Thomas Grenville is be propofed as Speaker to the Houfc of in nppofition to We know beyond a doubt hat five hundred men are employed on the works at and fo eager are Ihey to com plele It at at of the they work by They are finking und pre pating the harbour fo as Fo contain a number or and other vclfcls full protecled from any attack by lea j and ii is known that Boulogne is nmft frivpuruble poirt from whence to fiijl with landing troops in We have en from Which great quantifier ofAnavii parffCtttarlytim aie daily from thence o Twelve fliips in he laden with naval mcl bound tor were yeflerday for at Madame ihougli has no h ing commanding in her figure on the hed afpecl is and fomewhat The Dukp do who was lately iiv has been arrertecl at on his way to by an order from the French Govern All ins papers were feized and lent to the Grand are affured that this unfortu nate who hat experienced to manf and fullered fo cruelly from a very long confinement in the prifons of to England on purpofu to give up an allowance oA mora than a which might have con tinued to enjoy but a nice delicacy prompted him to renounce H gift of our which might expofe him to fhe fufuicions of Unit of France and yet he is for 4th or lime fince the iitrain doomed Ml of   

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