Dublin Journal, November 25, 1802

Dublin Journal

November 25, 1802

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Issue date: Thursday, November 25, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - November 25, 1802, Dublin, Dublin tlie Englifh JournaU flftd Journaliflsj par ticularly The Morning VTv True and The which are fpeeifically the of fy tmfli A more virulent 1 con as a Private tal le Co pcedy return of our Sovereigns to this C piial is eniouuced We are nflurrd that they will be accompanied by the King and Qjieen of Armnp the whom Ca holic Majefty has granted a pardx n on occafion of the two marriages whirh hne been at is the ExMinifterUquijon you pjeafetmploy themolt plaulible pretext liberty the Prime of Peace has i r promoiing is thought that the Marquis Malefpina will alfo be Of the do what at ten jnecting of Privy L r 4 l II 1 Coiinci Archbifiirlp Lord Hobatje Lold BflrlofWeft pardoned by His Msjefly Confol General and Charge dAf fairrs of the Court of arrived here a tew days 23 HoVmefs wifhing to give a proof of his affection to his Highnefs the Cardinal repaired onThurfday the to his Eminence Cardinal York being informed of the arrival of the Holy wem ut on the road leading to with a numer foitev When his Holinefs arrived at he Vififed all the eftablifhmentfi of the and particularly the fupefb library with which Cardinal Yorit has enriched the town of At half after two 1m Holinefewent to the Epifcopat where lie having on his right the cidevaitt King of Charlei arid on his fhe laftand barren branch of the ancient Houfe of Before night hw Hollnerft returned t Cjeneral Fox and feveral Officers from Malta have Fifft Gonful arrived at UemvaS on the at oclock in the morn The at the head of the MunicipaJ prefeated with the keys of the after v they addrefled him and Buona pfrw The PTefejfVbf the Department of the Btthop of the Mafler School of the and feveral Ladies of 1 alft ihe Firft Conful and his i which the the the ifhop of the Prefirlem of Crimi dined vvirh the Firft At night hewas prefent at a Fete given in the Town Tiail he flopped there about half an The wai Op Sunday at eight he xven to andexamined the Manufacturers twelve oclock the Ftrft Conful attended which was aid by the Bifhop of Amieus and at none oclock he left that on hit return to PRIVATE have juft received the f Blowing letter from by which you will find that Switzer hnd is treated as a rebellious thu is it is be difarmed V is at which is occupied by a French de Two other have been ten and AJ1 Switzerland is to be difarmed by of General Ney this order has already bten executed at The arretc whith vthe Prefect has tffued upon this that 1 inhabitant to deliver up to the Municipality of his his flfms and every kind of am munition which may have in his or un guard f the Municipalities are to fend al thjearms and ammunition to their wh to depnfu them the of after an account of them General Serras the The inhabitants with fhall be f tind are 10 be jtaona is iotue exempted from the but the proptietors of lone hqufes in mult procure4 from IV t f J I it fmali French veflels are arrived in the for the purpoie of taking on board ihe h and 54th haltbrigades of French troops which are Hill in this but deftuvdfor Louifiana The tmbarkation will take place with all poflible We hear that a petition has been presented to the Government of State by a number of mer praying that the prohibition may be taken off on the Importation of foreign manufactured woollen The Committee appointed to invefti gate the propofitioni oF the Dutch Government for thedivifion of eachdepartment in and a fixipg the manner in the eltfJHv voice hall uith a limiiation as to the property pufleded by ihe mad thtir report on the which they advifed th rejection of the whole as fnbverfive of popu lar they being of opinion tnat al from voicr of the in 10 lay the inundation of a good democratic without the interven of ajjy College whether Depart mental or as by the plan the people would have but a Inull flmre in the repre while it would be confined totlie rcfj ec tive and rhus no more than one party could ever have the At prefent there is little demand here for Wef Indu and American Our is aihtJr panicularly in the article o large fupphes having lately and ai the lame time there is fcarcely any demand from abroad FRENCH JSxtrafl of a Letter from AW The hfe vifit f the Sea his greatly added to Chief Cinfnls we by renewing the rectiUecMion of hU military ex ny by well timed charitable donations The military in m the differ ent thro which he have partaken largov of his The number ptiblifhed vicli J in con a of no lefs lhan fix columni there is no getting acccfg to the A eyed Irifhman meets you in the and delivers always loch the door afier him fo thnt they may literally be faid to work in the Thfc generalfuppofition attributes the Paper to the United whom there at in of JSEclair is told in this days ar great parjiculars which cannot fail to prove lighly Madame Recamier gave a magnificent dinner to Mr his Englifh in order to in troduce him to General Moreau GirdmalCaprara was alfo of the party whom Fax con verted for a in Italian a ad both which languages he fpeikt nephew of Buon was alfo and thefplen dour of the Confular with gteen and gold with a better political came on blue and half Majiarrtt ReCamiier placed Statefrnan on her right and the French Ge neral on her The Louvre and Thuiltefies are to be formed into one This intended under the The defigns are now pub licly exhibited 5 and one thing only is nantjng for its The pmjed will in the memorable words 6f de beaucoup de While public roads are manufac tures and the exigencies of the Siate Palare of Cloud is ornamented and furnifhed in a flyle of and rhat throws far behind the luxurious fumpruoufnefs of the i4th Many the are decorated entirety with the produc tions of ihe manufactory7of Severs if not pur made at an extravagant There are vafes tenor tuelve eftimated at three or four ihoiifarid yuintas each the ords ord e AUomej Evancej one ol the Borough Sir Rich Solicitor to the and Pnncipaj Clerjk Police Unioji erft piefent was held at Lord Pelhams to examine further into the exhibited folmel and party i pprehe with We annex an accuuit LiH of iht We received ihis the Moniteur of Tuefday It contains nothing but addrelle to Buonaparte and Madame fiom the Conftitutcd AuihoriMes of weary us by anct us by their rulfomenefv Both are as 4 Olir fays the Mas or of to Tvjadame kill repofe that celeftial of which on re ihe moft educing Another Paris piper yf Tuefday that the French Oovernmenl have fent to arrcft fuch of the Members of as aferlhe full fubmitlion of that Aflembty pie vaileii upon it to adwpt a ne and lo alT annrmy behind the Alojs Red ing nas been and two m rcabominable adof injufiice never was Two Demibngacies of French Troops are now aifembling at Bos which are fhortly ex pected at whence they are to beconveyed to the place of their defti nation for which purpofe fifteen American veflels which brought over cargoes of and were to have returned in ballaft have been They a e to be convoyed by two French expected from Two French Commiffioners are novir at Amfter making the neteffary arrangements for pro vifioning this which will of upwards of three thouiand men and a Dutch Commiffary is at making the necef fary preparations f jr the recepiion of the Troops The French Official which filled with political add redes 10 theFifft Con has now become the vehicle otFrench gallan try and and its columns with the praifes of Madame The feveral places which the in hit late tour in company hissfair have thought themfelvescalled upon 10 offer fomehand fome compliments to their new One of the Addrefles prrfented to her is as follows of a hero conftfts in gtory and rf ihcds a luftre on it beauty which give it May the imiou of the iweeieft ajrl wih the greateft and m render happy both the one mid the tlut augujlpairt who make the glory and happintfs of The adulation contained in thefe addrefles if no thing more than might be expected but it is their tendency which is to be looked The wife of Buo napatteishereaddrefTed asaOjieenand a and thefe compliments a re openly countenanced by the and publifhed in the official State This indeed pointsout no new fact to the All Europe that the Firft Conful is King of France in every thing but the name t but this open avowal of Madame Buonapartes partici pation in the is another ftep towards the complete reftorationof the ancient monarchical forms of the Otto does not rake departure from Lon don as He gives a farewell dinner to General and fome particular on William a gentleman of litetary it is will foon be appointed Am baffador to in plactoi Lord abmt to return tu fons in which they were confinrd Marcus 7nhn Francii the Abourten a ferjeiints guard 3 the commanded by Serjiant Harveyi with fix Privatet belonging to the and fecond Regi ments of Guards three of them were apprehended in the Tower early yeflerday and three in the Tiltyard in Sb has been particularly aCfve in difcoyering the men who are JTuppufed to havebeep concerned with the ganders and two of the tinders ent aa particulars of which did not About the fame Defpard was brought to the any irons the cdftody of one of the keepers and remained by Wmfelf in Sir Richard Fords room a long un derwenta very hott examination before the Coun He was folly tommmed to to take his triairbut not for High as ft hat been in plottingagainft the life of His Majefly t no evidence to that effcdi The crime he w as accufed fome of the Guards from their has been idly ru moured that more than two huridrfcd of them were feduced but we can fiom unqueftionable that the number doei not exceed Defpard attended in ihe to afk to fee the to give him a change of In the Ford her About hatfpafl tenocl Tauntoivan Arrived at the office with Chaelef fondle his cuP whom he had apprehended by virtue of a figned by Sir Richard with rreafi nable He is now a J jurney rnan the Officer found him ar his at a houfe in He fome tinv a Matter in the neighbour hood He was confined about years in Glofter he apprehended feached and found upon him a enslaved witha neat and ound London Corresponding united for Parliamentary He underwent an the tourfe of he was if he had not affociated with particularly at which he moft firmly nfwtretl in the negaiivr and affured theCabinet that fince his from prifon he had attended cloiVly to his and had not above twice with any of his political Hs isabout yeas of and enjoys but a bad ftnte of health in Tien of w hich affuwrd that he fhoiitd be treated extremely committed hillftelds A heie lie he provided with a and have every thing comforta He was accordingly with a Priwaie of the who was nppn hended on Tuefday night at the meeting and he underwent a fecond examination John Francis and Thomas who were apprehended at the meeting on Tuefday were brought from the New heavily They underwent an The printed forms ofOatfj which were found upon Brought on by the Officer when he fearched were produced They were both re manded back to the Nrw Whatever may have been the object of the per fbns and of thofe connected with it is certain that no pofitive proof has yet appeared of their enter taming any defign to aflaf finate the merely to feize his on Tuefday next oh his way t6 the H jufe of and keep him in coftody till the National Convention fhould determine upou Their afTernblies have been held with much fe their numbers are very confiderable ve learn that in the Booogh of Southwark there wereySsCTi and eight of regularly Each Subdivifion hal four of to vote at any General Meetingthe time and place of which were always kept until within a few hours of in The perfons who hare beea the chief inHrumemsof discovering the tranf acllons of the yeflerday gave the names of the foidiera vyho took an aelive part in the They were by different to Lord Pelhatns and examined be fore the Privy Council feveral wete ordered into The great allurements held out to the foldiers by the large fums of money were ercpeded to be remitted from France i on nctompllflling their they wbuld be for three hillings and fix pence per Colonel the ifl Regiment of attended the Council during the examination of the Among the Papers found in the pofleffion of the were feditious Toafts and ihe moft material was one declaratory of certain with a copy of the Oath taken on becoming a It begins pendence of Ireland and Great in all Civic Then follows an that the Members will unite to maintain the fami lies of ail thofe Heroes who may fall in contending for their words of the Oath run nearly do hereby fwear to endea to the utmoft of my to obtain the objeds above Jatedi and that neither nor pu compel m to refign thofe Rights and Privileget which the SUPREME in BIS Bounty ani has given to all men and that on ftert tukatfotrjhall induce me to givt information in the help me John Doyle Solomon QNri Samuel Smkh ohriEmblin Keph WheeJec Charles John Wood Jerome Ganjr Tnomai Mewmw John ConoeUy Jjitnei Daniel Charles Dry Jofcph Blake John Vincent Peter Pollard Owen alias It that this alarming tj Agents in difFefent parts of the larly in the ntanufatfluting tpwns have in confequence been difpatclted to the MagifJ iraresof thtfe with inftrutfions to take th fyeedieft and moft efFecluarmearuircs tomakeevcrv pofDble difcdvery relnrtye to The fdlditrs who by yefterday in the Tower and in the were ordered to be kept prffontrs in td guardhoufe during the It is with great fearNIiat Majeftys Minifters iitentiori the Sufpenfion df rfie Corpus Aciiw havitog reeonrfie to any of Bother which were adopted by the left LJ Laft during the j at was afforoerf audience pfi dour of their attachment joHirf abhorrence of any fafety his or the In the firft where CamiUo difclofes Polixmu the tu rally exprefTes his one to ofta Sove u ho had never in any one The report of a moft in famous and plot our gracious inftantly ujggejfted to the au dience a orlhi Loud applaufes were heard froinii all parts of tha and continued to an unulual Thill was adequate to the expreffion of the general Four or flyfr pe Is of I applaufe and never in a n y pu bite a unequivocal te ft i uoony displayed of loyalty and affection fJr a Sovereign to jurlly dear to General after walking feme hour yefterday forenoon to view returned home vtry much that hofpttaluieswhich he few days which in but the caafe of this unfavourable iiate of According lo a Lord arrived capital oft at oclock in the The Dorntiigdj brought by an AiddeCamp of who arrived at Paris a Few days islaid to be of the nuif difaflrous The particulars are not fuffered to that 3 fuefli broken out in fflandt and thot the French alreailfy much redvicetl in number by Jhe effefls of the have ful taincd a feyere lols in their coutiifts with tha the American Miniflcr we has refigned that and will turn lo Ameiici next known who Kings departufa will be regretted in this his ta lents and good knife e greatly contributed lo maintain thnt good undemanding between Eng knd and America which muft ever befo beneli cial to The eldeft fon of the Emperor of ii according tp frtm to be affianced to ihe daughter of the of The marriages of the Emperors the Areh dulve Palatine and Archduke John are fpoken as well as thofe of the Grand Duke of the latter to a princefs one of the for mer to a Prlncefs of and the other to a Neapolitan It thatachange is about to take place at the Admiralty The Karl it is is about lo reiirerbut thu we ftate merely as a report that viraj prevalent on that Marquis who is expedled to retonr fo England from in the codrfe of next has been a the head of Supreme of India fince the year hen his Lordlhip appointed Lord William Cavcndilh the new Go vernor of Fort is fecond fun to Grace the Duktof and has juft atoned Ins twentyeighth year His Lotdfhip is Member for Colonel in ihe and LieutenantColnnel in the 24h Regiment of Dra goons the falary attached to the Government ot Madras is fixteen tHoufand pounds per Pitts illnefs fortunately turns out to be a complete Bath cafe and in confequence of regu larly taking the his appetite and Krengi are daily His his continuance at till after Ch rift A French Paer of two men having bee exhibited in the of the hard their from head to ex cept on the palms of the hJinds and fo es oi They are faid to be nAma of Some circumfiances are ihid to have oc urrra which have a tendency to the Tufcany his 1ntle Durhv ol Italian wa the Palare at non lene The French Govenment are not u have retufed payment to all Britifh Credit to fuch only as wee aiforiated in order to full payment of their m An us tS 4 ;