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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - November 23, 1802, Dublin, Dublin IMPERIAL HOUSE OP NOVEMBER day having been the day appointed for tta two Houfej Parliament to both nffetubled LOKD CHANCELLOR came to the after two in his robes arid dated tw Mnjefty found it inconvenient to open Jiis Parliament in previous chofen M he had cauleol I coitainttHon to be iflued under his lign ap taOng ta execute that pur tjieLord Archbifliop of and tde Dukfeof Portland then fealed oatk theJJjaokKod the Gen tletoenof thtjtfcjiufe to the while the waV opined and An uncortmoii number ofi MeJabefis tfkfen the at Hie Bar w jlh to proceed thw To enfdrfce the ftftd tfelarttt duties of guide the Reprtientottves chofen by the People of the fully to actorh all the objects required in that for qualifications not ealily to be and to be if we had not before the examples of fotre and honor tri theiiifchargetflKhat facred and A tt wap a a regard lot he Privileges tbefe uniteoMt tewr of jjfiff ehlargemerh of mind objer and habiftdf to themotr Wersof refearch I hv be t i I L io continuedto It I Aflew Wy Bar of this Royal their ancient a Speaker and itis ce to g t6 eleclion of tq ocquaifit M out their the aritf of liis as one of io bt i Cgfiifying RViyat wiHand ftiou hould icnftoTnary Ir in cbrrimand entire approbation1 of bftice Ms ifiuUftil toronionr had coiifoivnri df the talents and abilities hli the officeto any felf w ith ruimjjit lude fill My Rdval i with the deepen grati W v fltoffd grace and it now be SsiikeBof iheCnimirtoris Hotife humWepefitftin to claim for ihehi all and undoubted righisand tpeccli udtfbater freed 6m from and aH moteftal for itiei r end to his Koyalprelence as ocelli on fliaU and that procWdrngs may receive from his Ma JLrty the rnoft favourable For I have allp humbly o any which at any time com cut in the ciHcharge of my bt imputed to me arid not to his luiihtul to be enabled to proceed u proportion of iwwho 1a 1 ex ge rnenT tiad rhoriotis cortdudl vvho conclufiQn fiUedv the a mannr as cannot be defcribtid iti tcrerit of fijffieiehr In that vyre ConCled for tne Irtfs of thofe eminent re dtf jtnd I do not lan but U e gentral fent mentoC in claiming for him ao Confidenfte in duftry m attending ta all whether ferio4 arnl or inferior and the capacious jvieit ant duties vVert fh talents and afli duity previopfly Gentleman al idded had himcnw felefltoh of the Haule anias thefe hopcsv which then exifled only at e that in him we find cortfmrted experience combined wjnh the robft heliiarion ift Ae H of I the a private a pubfte deciajn am lutly impreffed wtiH iheimpo tmte fliould ludk tVo and trfpeualiy as the not only of this raav be involved in of cho prelciU The Rijrht tlletnan now iiis itxfUftry Vnd knowledice 2 i ight 2n J 1 I wojflfk in CHANCELLOR then ConwivffioKers had it in command o de wf the loyalty and of liis faithful did moft fully grunt all their and re fjEMP in Uliich the h id been WuvffO dufcatui end of his Roynl had olio given tJcm to viith to were probable of error in the bfifekrpfficej to which liutthet hivKftfjefty vvould at all coyflruAion uuon 4J1 of his withdrew HOUSE rh the iFe a ietiy ar fing of ncit any pretetifiootrf my that 1 fate this oi vrtu on i ol a io aVer of if e cf gfCU the qualititis of the with Advantage to tfefimut Ltttay be of cm the value of hi I feel my elf reftrained thai any but ill convey pub I pxivate friendJbiptoivinfrtS to be fidercd to perform ndeqogtely of ftatbn to I have now the Honor ofj fjeipj M the greatf ft honor that receivej byi flat tering may bo he partiality 1 cnn nbt butfiiKil fncom ami thefe prehtjnfibns haW been ra ther confirmed by the expewonceof the Sef of The tlutjes of the in quefbon aie nor in confined to the daily and ordinary of the but require a deep knowledge ol orders of ol th6 rights and oPtbe and u vigilance evft prepared for ex The perufal of JoUrnaU and Records of lions ftp in this ufclul iortruftion i but it is a Ariking remark tiuptighout all the that unlcfs ho hojdingthat important poffefstbe caR and friendly of the Houfe in will be itnpolTibio Ibr him adequately to difcharge the duties of Without that confidence rto man Ought to i without it no mati ought IP retain it an hour j and add that whatever may be my private 1 will not fhrink from fub mil to tho plesTure of the Abbott was with the unanimous ap probation oi conduced twthe Chair far William and and be ing he that imprelfed deepilt lenle ofgralitudelpr the nonor conferred on by placing him in that dignified lor tUe econd he would leave t ham to judge of the Jincwity of that by is future en dcHvouts t execute duties of the office tord It would be great ro my wh perfonaj it t dd not rBer yott rhy fotfeft congrthuUtioni tin thii greaftea rnark of conftderrce which tne Repte fftftitives 6f the tJoited Rlnjjdorh have in their power to the placing of which fr reflects nojrfs honour on iha rfuM to ft lite to enumerate thofi ires of chatatRer the IttaV ie prtfrnt When fuppiy the fuftamed in H looked with confidence to perrhirme now owBtperfonar fhquld be pleafed tr w raciouji apftrobat ta our prefent ir will Jt to our anj w hie oVyrat S p Be attended moft of the Levee was imrodnced Hit ExcelUnci General Minifler Pie the publjc 0f France The and i came Gourr a pan bJaifci head plater and and initials in circled with gr wreath of the greeft and Hprnmcrcloihi of richly embroidered in and the initial for his Fxcellency appeared in to mi well thAfe of wry enter in the HbuTe The Ambatiador private Audience with e when he dtUvered his Lette of dence he received by His coriducled hlmfelf withpoltre coureefy to the flran on returning thr gave him threi a report the entj of the Town that the Toulon Fleet had but md it was that it had been by a Squadron from It made the unittd force Twenty Seven Sail of Upon what authority report was circulated1 we could not afcrrrain j flid wehenr what patiiculaf deftinationwas dfigned tothis If it put he hasfet t us the fubftanco of the acpunt that have there from by the way of Tnc have entered they o 50 ui and corifi The Frvsueb are pouring have Ceioff for The accounts from Vienna areof the The Emperor in going loPrefburgh to put ah end to the ill trig of the overturned in his car riage on the bridge of His Imperial Majefty was not and was able to walk to bin A marriage was in qorvtem plat ion between a the Houfe of and a Princefs of the Hotife of A article front Copenbagcik that the Court of Jameis to of Stockholm reftorejlhe captured cpnvoys taken by the one of them had befn declared a lawful piijw by the EngiifliCourt of It has been flared in feveral that Lady Oxford and Arthur O Connor were prefcot at a dinner given by with the Du qhefs of nor any other French has tqften any notice of the Irifh Still Ids is it that Taleyrand fhoulct outrage all the decorums ojf fofiety fo far as to invite OCon nor to meet party of Whatever his other faults may he is certainly well acquainted svith he mtrsof good and them The only incident of which we have that could have given rife to the above is the about feven years ago a Journeyman Grocer at a Contrac and now one of the richeft men in gavea at the Duke of Orlranss magni ficent feat at which he has He at prefent the keeper of Madame She invited alj her friends to rhte amdrtf very natutdlly invited was her chofen companion and before That Lady brought with her Mn ho was rfot except ap far as fiqnV his Attendance an invitation to be fuppofed of Comfe to hin as a member of or a part His ptefence embarrHfled Englifti who were of the and his converlafieri was moft oatrageoufly offejifive io apoiogifed to all of them fepaiarely fur Mrf OConnors being at and nfTurtd them that he had been brought there unin The apology was Indeed for faid publicly at that thf loft tttne he bad bun at Paris to Ofgoeiatt with Gerural Hocbe fur ijf The Englifh guelfswere difpofcd to kh the houfe but they were Un willing to dtflutb the conviviality of the and thtycdntehted themftlves with Avoiding nor and his in fo large a it Ml difficult to No Englifhuwn prefent pr tWt to i moff compl Oh the xzd the frickK r for Sir Rie plaeeat l WQ nOJ rcfilfing tb ftand ttp or takeoff rteir hat King as gpeat the rtrft nighr as w frsnd on the when Gki thev were of the ori refufiogl fiarid qp when the reft of the fluditBet on tune being appears very ftrongly fn General Vials conducl on that wifhed tiy draw feme ujfiijt upon himfelf and doubr but flrong rerrfonftrances have been home the GarrilL any furore1 dwiirbances lhe kind ine gsnre ordefsj that in future popular or any prefce of mufic fhould except fuch belonjged w OSffar onEtruria anrted at the 4th after a frori of payihft hit fptrb rrthf of 4 L it is generally that being di pleafed with his C0nduc has gFvejj him to ftand that he fas no further occafion for fervices as and farnifhed him with prerence of quitting his The King of in his journey i amounted to upwards of apd fourteen perfons in hi and like route was marked b famine and deftruclion whet ever they they eonfumed every thing on the and expenres of thefe Royal vlfitations are feldom del till two or three i f r ti V r The Kings Speech is expedled an nefs beyond defcription it is looked to as the lenj rcnce on which and the hopes of Pan ties This eager expectation no novelty in this newshontlng Nation and feivl who are accuftomed to took to the uiuall courfe of will hope for much unbofomingl on fuch public f By letters from of the a6th ultirnoJ rumours of a negocintion df a Triplr Alliancel feeth to gain additional It has lately bpcal in confequence of a Note prelentedj to the Ruffian Minifter by the Ambanadori of England and the latter have fince had fe veral conferences with the Second Prince Since the arrival at Vienna of a Courier from I the Grand Duke Conftantine bai fixed his departure frpm for the 5th I and has propofed be again at Peterftmrgh oa the Letters from Peterfburgh again affirm that tW Arpbafladorsof England and France hsnre lately delivered ro the Ruffian Minifter an Official Note ih which they unite in praying the Emperor to ac cept the guarantee of the Order of According to the moft ttcent accounts from General Bachmann has aclually left that and intends fo feek an afylum irt The King of Pwffia has ifTued a Proclamation on the fubjecl of the Order ofXo It that liis after an examination of the ac cufationk fpread againft the Order t has beeti pleafea to allow the Monks to remain in the country for ine condition that they Wither take Novi nor briflg Into the country Members of other eflablifhment of the Monks of La They are alta commanded to give up their enV Miflirhtfnt for the education of and to rel tore their pupils fo their Notice df trial was yffterdny fcfved fTom the AttorneyGeneral on againft whom a Information has filed for mg Buonaparte in his The it is wiU on a fur
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