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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - November 27, 1802, Dublin, Dublin THURSDAYS ARRIVED Legiltetive Body has refitted the regu jn prevented by Government relative to the fcleclionttsf Members for the and fuj open war hall have in n hort time frefh and the ExecuJive bring on perhaps a new with thofe wKich have preceded the1 nation appears to be recfeiyed the following intelligence from in a letter from V i j t Advices and of the have brughr the follow ing news the AufdprMsiur Hi a Member of the han alfo been r he They and after brother fcfre fem to take thor ww Tmi feftct of the of until fur otdered by J far frolffl Canton or Zurich the pre troopi alone keep down the by Mount The advices Tnwn fierce inronh that the Se Letter the M will receive herewith Proclamation to the ich ic which that he wUIf in the our Country1 gtvt ft a fist iu enfure Senate have oytto jw tcr JnteQinc The Sctikp tfoA the c to They deGre annf or convoked or in conteavention on your wife aclivityi of the Coofuls Proclaoiatipa he ii the will W tpaiutuu the Conftitu l better epfijre t obferyauoe the awaiting tranquilly Nothl than the tionVPrtJejribwi by k of State of the a CommiOioii of Seven order to furnifr them witli the atibft as tothe Trade to and the form of fuitabte for the BadIndia Jo From Peterjpurgh we that the Emperor of Kiiffia has difpatched a courier to to the Firft a written his hand vtiih relation to the propofnl nf acceding to Compact made at Paris on the of member Kolhinjg has yet ttanlpired lo the nhdit ii probiibltf il vavnol finally fettled till this vyhen Council was held upon to morrow jjpill be very important in both Art rccomnJcndinK vigorous mea iures will u is be moved by the tJrenville novrtieifeclly reconciled to the Pitt Any fucli TheMenileur of the 171 and full wftranflated pipers from Vhe reititive to mr Eaft They nre en to f true u e ffijlvry of the UngGfi lhmtyiitttm in fa Evfl during the years and are iniruduced wUh the follou The Bffaiji 6f India uncqnneAed wfib the jnYereft of any one of the European of not alone tp On Saturday morning the Privy Council again ntet at Lord Pelhamft a the exaQiilieli fhort rttf was commixed itfthe Sa TnM tier a rlrl 1 wvwy i the place Conntlly of remanded to In the courfe of the were like wife brought The ojf lafled afte four Privy Council broke farther tion of this amir As the act count have already given of the dcfigns of tfif according to trie we hair not jiny further or apply charges to for fqar uponiheir We afelorryj to lewri that To mMy of the are1 There are Three of contains iffie fecdnd ififr OJF the battalion of the Firft now fbrt man foveA or eight have been taken imo of the fecond tp Knightlbridge two havebeefi androf the oo the Afl of tie feflohel 37th of the ptefenc as well at for High It vi as made in the year when the ofc fca the of three or lour Of iRrR Rf lately fo gallantly diftinguilfied themlHvei The fecond battalion is at thither feveraj Police Officers have beehfent to ap prehend fornbof dre The naay for1 the fenie Vn fame tmteier ai if this 1 but it hai bert cowinued wfll renrtin iiforre of by thefim is perfejjlly and Wje Foot more ufuak are tend the King on will the much t willibe owlet fif irai prevailedtupon to go ta one the tV and fhat they put down hii nan as being cofieurringftn i tjjpuh deferiwion Several raw yoqng mefo Lord Dulce of aftd carrife in corapany m Lord Pdhams Golonef Winyard joined tbeOWncilTbut Royal H neft andGQlvGalvert Teijred to vate held a fariheri The Duke oFPorjland artertdedthe Privy cil furtjiefirft V The Council invefligaiion of the About a dozeii f were brought up for Many Police Officers The eonqticrerS of that country jfypke tile vt them for ofeoirnplingthe and other Princes With this Ojejf Qaiife to he adopted contra ry la inter of nations Ewfoptnn tyranny cannot extend itfclf in wilbout t lliu fame and iiiflufbStigthe ptate of It is not difficult lo gfctfi tlie tnhtvve and objeft f thefe remarks and of the puHcatiotp otthefo papery at the If wq ijlinft tfie and the gi BnH the Confutwilhrddtice ir enienHon of diVniinion in ta a fetof Our ytti of the motive any free miirnadver Rons pin avctrctunmaticef in whtcn the lives many individuals may be we in feme feirly Cjpenjo truft that ito Aecettlty of reeurVfaflg to as they are ofthe evidence that has been given and think that the Public has abundant grounds for a fum that nothing fhot of an indifpenfable of duty will difpufe who anxioufjy Teized he firft favourable opportunity of adyifing the repeat of the Sufpenfinn of the Habeas Corpus Ad and of the Sedition to recommend the re newal or But great dangers fometimes Have and experience has de Tjooflratird how inccmfidorable may be the fource roro whence the moft alarming ana overwhelming evitsmay Our apprthenfions as yet run very high while we fee proper vigilance ekmed areby nu means di m t is hi follows h r to feduce WwlKQ Vl endeavour fd make any murinous or to rl i rtl rtf JLJL J fiich of lllswlj fuffer dealh of otfencesl this AcTn herder coflomitted 6nitanhigfc feas n withjp may be tried Courl o Oyer alhy Citi In I difdturged land was aud Ifeblbadfc 10 Ire i 4 a lying tft ly received iW the The b 4 dr s ftatuta tliepbwer of their new named who had fubmittfd to in atrd had been ad uiitred and hqs revolt and There are jtccoants toithefettd bf at T hey towns about irr the Eaftern part of the almoft We bavfaccauhu on which we can announcing uncommon activity in the re organization of armM of the A requtJmoh the extent of Two is wjiKjiore thanordinary rtgbu Ugw rheufand of iheTe arid the remainder are be nndet arms within the Pe fem month t they are all young men between the Se of zi and In moft of the former requifiti pns a fum of money was received by tUe Goyero ift litu ef but qn the nrefent mtnilhed by the manner in which ome Papers meanin occafion a and in coofequence of tfce opinion that thefe Uvirt are intended for a fubftirote caimot ptdcured under twelve gui of any ptobabiRty of the Frencb confcriptfon would appear to be at prefent the by the laft accounts from the of that country had been reduced to lefs than aooo General Lecerc n not as ficis been but for the benefit of good lo a fmall ifland on the coaft a private letter to her nothing but death and de Tolation Jn the paragraph Die orders livres werth of In as in every other part of the conduit dfsthd Chief Conful ih refpecl 6 Switzej is the fubjecl of The people are defircas of and view with regret and indig nation arty meaftirevvjuch may endanger hs con tinuance the people ho longer feel a par ticipation in trie aggreindifemertt of i heir their imerelh re flo longer tKe and their ve at Bufiaparie not during his bte the refpe3 he had amrcrpated fe veral it W lleVe fiffceived him with f various of ferings which be the Kings France were tendered to its prefenr and the giddy rabble himiwirh loud un fiaye been upon Ws by the other pablic They invite him tinue his j whicJ will and to tho and and all kinds of proper o treat By one we are Reklt afUmfytt be pitiej thj1 Confpiratorr JhtuM be puntfttdf and by nWiny none yet knowing the extent of the tilth tht crimes with which thefe mtri aft charged T V e agan and w have not forgot the atrocious proceedings which took place at theCe rwwr at Nottingham and Brentford at bojh Which Ca Ira fniuted ttecan of a favage and intuited th of the fober and indignant It remains to be whether the frcctfthtl Carifiidates for ei thcr place tion to the Hpufe ot Commons In favour Colatrel we thinlf Sir Buriortvvho on that an fxclnfive and whether thoft fupponed the Mfill an equal alacrity in fupponiog die penrtofl We flialJ fay no rhorc on fat ncquaimed wiib but the of churac tcr and ptoperty the prcfencc wiiih a degree of ca diftruft which has highly motified and oflended The menfures which are adopriug iir try inregard to the are marked withmore energy than been tried on likeoccafionii but we are not aware that any argument duciabfe from the unfavourable to Frbnithe iftaie it is incumbent ori to adopt cvefy poffible meafure of prndenee and precaution a yet energetic the ftirvf meani to avert a war i weaknelj Tbe ton by ifee French op the Such the nexeffi of the French that the Pfefefls are to feyy cort tribuiions in theirfeveral dlflridf f The bf ittuafyg iH tb of acres of iandt fold laft Skinner 0nd fbr 52701 J i ii ri overfuff the Which tht Chief Cimful had fiot all the effort he had miflead the fprta by Helvetic ilrt mvo the towMiMhe ChSl TT VMP Vf they openly calkd for fendito vtjr J to they had ti It Jitixeai that b1Fvtlfc riTilJ t teve anhley purpofe of increasing tic We wiliieli them that If Wfc have for the of tht becjkBfeFof all HKT by their pdfiti take lot ereft intW defttniei of only one whtffr hV 9Ur US in of of Swiuscrland tor toVe years which 4ave fucwdid how much it is oar Mjtercft to follow trie politicaj t of It is this trutU eilgrived on f of our protected tfte cndi 9f J tion and of the Helvetic thousand times tnore reafon ftftl to be convinced oF will ky no tonger to thefe for they to the Nation itfetf tnwinf EflUaljty of he abolhtod of Htreditary JJbtrty of a depofu placedfi n our be preferred at any it not peemitted to us to waTer the the only Government whim ferve to us thef our conduct in this rcfpcJt been Doly the necertary confcqutnte of the National exprefied iri favour ofthefefame at the time of the ance of the Such n the the Council owes to thit of the accufations ef its With rccard to the other hy which it it attempted to raife agatnft thim a factious they def pift knowing that they caanot eite a tingle farnily of which it has caufed the a fingle perlon in whom the Rights of a ft on the for having bjeen too confident in the juftlce of its h it has eiperienced The Infurredionat Authorities in ftittr terl times more odiouf and ntcafttreV of Vi gour of every than had ordered trie whole cowrfe of its Chunrns of Helvetia you will t6 furniui extraordinary Contributions for the ftijiport of the Troop which your have enter joUr Submit yourfelves to a heccifity Which you cannot tax with your to difpofttions of fraternity and ir the orif means of dUridgirlg the period Shew yoUf in worthy ta be ybtf will become Buonaparte ojijy drfiret to havp Ail the poorer of in Urtfting himfelf fbyour For to the cate our tauj will fppn be into the cUli of private withthflffc who have ft cruellv calumniated our be ready to anfwcr heir Hencefbnh there ia no fa crifice to whiehwe are not if it can only be profitable to our Vefterday afifernopn a arrived at Portf wiih difpiicKes faid to be of gteat impott ence from the Tiifv were imme diately arded to Our Plymouth let ters flatrj that have been received there to fchd off a pahjr of men to different plawi to re flbleJibodied garrifvn A Ictikf from dated he There has been no intelligent 4 of late froiti louf flert in the The Tlietis failed for Malra a fevy days the only men of war hert are Lord CWn is ihonly on his way as he 10 leave thnt country General Stevva
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