Dublin Journal, November 30, 1802

Dublin Journal

November 30, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - November 30, 1802, Dublin, Dublin 958 v n HOUSE OF NOVEMBER Majefty arrived in the ufual and on the the Com with their Speaker at their having opened the feKfion of the new Imperial with the following moft graciouj Speech Lorttt and gratifying to to reforr tayottf nfoer the opportunity which of collecting the fenfe fic internal qfthe country hasre tny rooft faogainis hopes we have life bounty of Divine Providence inthe 1 arid United U flouriiliing eiample tand the artd atiacbrhent TT M L i1 It i soaoce of fieacel faf toterejls ofotheir of fecuirlty wWch are beft caJcolated to Vrtieprofpea vbf my fubjedj Vv ft have ordered the Eftimates you j awl Irery on your zeal fgj various great w i O may be folly ioafiderabla additioin to the burdens nthe fcnefits produced by thai im few unitbd i of Britain and tbefe be of your unremitting and atrennoru TheTrade an4 Commerce of Hmy to the fupport of Public and 1 am receive from youevery poffiWe encour wtHrekdily lend your afliftance Hin affording to m every Sjnited all facility and may be confiReit with iJPublicRo i y To uphold ttie3fonor of the Gounnywtoeii its improve its Refources Principles of the Conflitu the great and leading which youtRre called upon to In the pef forma needf fhfjn you may affured of 4imy uniform ajjdcordial fupportr it being my ear igneft wfcfii tOCdhivate a perfetfl harmbny and confi and topro to the uwiofi thewelfareof ray faithful Subjedls and Happinefs 1 iliall ever cpnfi ns tofeparaTsle from my t then the and the Com and the Lord Chancellor read a copy Speech to the my by perfonal not lefs thanfrom the univerfal Oice of the that the profpi rity of our manufac the the general abuu neceflaries and comforts of the heartfelt he whole the ardour of their loyalty to jrs Pcrlbn and their attachment to the CotdHtutton under the prefent Admtaiftfation of its are fullyequaf to that high and encouraging rc pveientatioWof them Which has Iteen given in the Speech Jfroouhe vtbe pfcefent condition of it difficult to think without deep There is not a JPoycr ott the Continent between whofe and ours tain do not The order of dominion can endangering dear However ivebcen coheeded imperious liecclTity of circumOanees whatever of the mere1 pride of arrogant we may have been induced to for the fake of though we may have al who hnl no longer tpc nor the make a laud political oyftcucc ycj there arc li mitsrbeyond it is forbidden by juftyblicy to extend jhii of but approve to keep the vfgilance of his Go vcrnma awaketq ihcchangcs in tnc arrangement Con tmenut LerdHtip tliefn niovrd an of which the the and the cchojtU Uic Lord will not deny myfclf the plcafurc of feeonding an with the purport of which my wiflics cealoujly am I willing to omit this oppor tunity of ex prcffiiig fatisfaction in the profpcnty of and my approbation of a of which propolis rftauitain the country iu the though iritlimiit any hot heailed the benefits of We did nor ex our uncertainties of negotia tion in the dtfiicuuietjpf a which hus brought all the wonted content and that our natiottal induftry not teen flackened nor has it been fruflratcd its Tlie condition of jprofpe rity which the country enjoys fnch would reader us incxcufable if we fliould facrifice M far as we were in the war of Of martial of military talents France to gain more by that of of of uivqcal put Brjiiflt ftrtngth oi and elitndc of ever have and I hope in Ood ill ever more than an equal match for evtry lefs can d and ingenuous my in different intrics fecn much of thc mifcrics of Ihavcfecu rrors of human which made an indelible ireffioa oo my I am mod man of Yet would 1 for the fake thert hat been nothing greatef known dni the eontinent than generous public the high diplomatic the the the rcfiftleft the unconquerable va lour of the Britifli Wherever I have fervcd in fo reign I have witnefltd thcfc to bethe fentunents trith which Britons wtrt regarded The advantages of fuch a we relin are for to figi to the bc lis country and the prefervation Minic turnointercfUcpsratc frqm wjiieh Be late treat in thofc with whomwe defired fihccre amitynas given a new prompt to aflert its routed wijh difficulty to fuch df the exigency of the times that I yould in for I know the commnjajcmltfd had with hit Mini that they want no to be deficient in no maintain the an tient glory and authority of this country in The ABERCQKN condemntti the atfd recent conduct of france approved of tneafurcs of preparation abfence lute whofe taleuts Would have brgugbt the War to a glorious cohclufibri and fpokeip terms of warm cenftircofthe character and conduct of the Chief i The Earl pE My Lords what was foretold has came to No1 deep Politician veUld evef have imagined thar in thcclrcnpi which His Majelrjft ters were pleafed a tiontd brttg it any thinigbetteX than the being negotiated under ny oppoiHronto it fronvthe firftj Feoi thing buta conceflipn of everyftibjeAofreafanfcHel con which thetbrtuoe of War had nOt before taken Country be at prcfent it a proof that the unlucky talents of the prefent have not yet abfolutcly atchievcd upon it the worft they capably But Jet them entertain no uneafinefs op that feore it will Toon come to have little or no remains A remedy not u be erpecftcd from any or any change ii is in tneVtry in the primary of the that nil the milchief had its I hadthe rnjsfortune to be fotitary ra declaring M againlt wheii they catne firR I rake no merit tomyfrlf for the forcfight ills i which they were to their They came into office jnft claim to their Countrys confidence and in imjia titnce to purchafc to the Nations fcrupled not to barter the Nations of which even thcmfelves at laft confcfs the aud tlie I oppofe no preparations j hut well am my with out an entire change of othec mca fure we recommend mud be to The Duke of NORFOLK Some Noble LoriVIave1 drawn an inference from His Majeftys which it furely did not mean to infinuatc is no reafon n that we arc to rufli to WarK becaufc we fee it prudent to ftrengthen our Peace regard to fome latSjfufpicions of I would that I rhty have been foundto bo without any alarming grounds and I hope His Majoftys Minifters wiM bring to fpeedy trial thofe wjio nave endeavoured to debauch the loyalty fol nos keep them litigFriijg the torture of un neceiTary and illegal confinement The Addrefs movedby Lord Ardeqwas noV read to the Houfe by the Lord QRENVILLfi faidi the meafures of vigilance and preparation now have become nfccflary in feqaence of H peace in which a It for the inttreft of the reft of and al regard to the lionor of this country were haflSly aBaridched It was not peace but opportunity to extort b7 to by bid to Heal by artful he could by force of that the of France aciualry Scarce had the prclimiaariea been when he fhewed an inwatieiice demon ftrate to how he meant You faw him extort ncwconceflionsfrpm 10 the fpiru of Ins engagements While your Am baflador awaited his he in the face of Italy at How of Sardinia had kept his even when the French were of his of his He had alone kepthis portsrefo lutely open thofe of the reft of the Meditcr ra ncan were fliut our furred be dripped of his dominioosat a tinie if Raffia and Great Britain had ftcadilyinfidcd on the it been 4eniea to Why did France depart tijl after the but that it migfit poflcflioh of Italy was unccruiij and Piedmont wasnot a parrof the do mont to arid reighty of By a Lpuifiana from AWIO boe power in tamely as a principle of our own p that Britain had nothing to do of the how we ever have futfcred Germany topt pafcellca out as if it had been a which hftd fUot the lean concern Much has been faid at diiferSttt in this country jijie burthen of its Hanover but HaWlyer for been the fercr by the She has beeq deprived part of her territory to make out a can we have all yet Hill gone on Have we fuflercd la and do we t length prcfumc tq remoriftrate againft the fortune of Parma or of Switzerland Not only we made a treaty which France could ahiifc againft but we have proceeded toexecute that treaty and all df the the key to the Weft Indies is ilready given If Malta be it ii btcaufe none could be found to take it off our If the Cape be not delivered from itifa that the French have to It is as If we had with to bind Great Britain hand Jnd foot as fpeedily as Was ever anutton firtency heard of equal to chat with which Government demands fupplics for a new on the very week on which the news are received of the furrcndcr and evacua tion of Martinique f It is vain to demand fupplics while fuch is the fyftem of It is the narrowncfi of the views of is the poornefs of their fpirits it is their incapacity to dminguifli thcinterefts of Europe mfeparably combined with thofc of the Britifli It is their want of of of that fubju gates the genins of Britain before the Firft Confulof The ruin which they have prepared in upon lt cannot fall on the and yet Ipare our private There is hut one hope to be found only in recalling to the hclin that great man whofe talents ate alone eoual to the difficulties of fuch a Lord It certainly does not from any propoftl of to ftrengthea our Peace Efta that the1 country mufl be involved in Is it furprifing after fo long a the eipni i Our adapted toi fepport ry in a diini menace inflan n country ni6ed are not of an extent to I mnil fpr prefent bfeg Lord the diSujmlui the progrefs ftateby the NobhrJLoni OKavflle has Mot been exprtfs agreement the men during to bediflwnded Qnly tbefe have bcea iifmii contrary Jo what Lovd ft iM tfie in giving h n not lot of afafal of to fuc He well that we found public aflaks a Situation ttiat may well account for tne difficultieT with othcrwife by i f aid cf utW aloac qualified The Loan l put We quefiioA for i carried VJthout a HOUSU OF The new Piulfiuncnt the i nce e Mture of the j oft in the find how out ujd fefjtedbj that to VKjwiBg pur isitertal ffiould to thofe AMiKeai of pnolperity im within our own reach Uu the i ther they turned theit eyes to the attachmentJifplajyed yiatt of thePeople the Con Hi tut ion of this or UHtieaaive and Heady loyalty displayed in theminfRrirying or toUie returning reafon of thofe of JatCountry whtr bad fufiercd creafing the of its Manufaaures and there the tlie of i finifttr pro which werf by bjne Gentkmcni that wui gVeat Decline omtatadbc a tTar i fc W W jrower Whtat hi exected t eo go ta u bring fttfficie ecatlyvras hedTd 4hrted wi fore It be the nOd ridiculous quently Honou r t1 w had aftercrenjanftatrnoftgieatcrthm jUndcrjthefe every one mufti undoubtedly wifli the continuance of Peaces but yetrwe had no reafon to apprehend the event of it Wsuf was for the fecoriry of the nor tvasjt intention to pjfroKeirhnfilence Ufo to ft wouldbe unheceflary for to entet into any argument to hew the nctceflity of keeping an eye upon the meafijres adapted on the beoaulc it a propofition racogttizcd by rArliameut in itfrAddrefs fo Throne oonclufion of Thatjevents which had occurred on the CbntinejiO had demonstrated a great difpofitidn to encroachment on the part of naturally degree of not Bui in what mannsr arid at point we ought to or whether we ought to iiucrferewith out concert with other were questions upon which it was irfipbflityf foil them dociide without a greater knowledge than they regard to much hadbeen done for that Country fiuce the and mucKflill remained to be done topromote the happinds and wealth of tha and confc the happiuefsand wealth of the Empire at From thk uniform attentionwhich had been difplavcdby and hy hiv Majclrys theafiuW of whenever they cameunder there coUid bcnB but that dation from the Throne would be tuily attended He finccrely hwped that Peace might be maintained but if the the the Sscority of this Country required mieaUires an oppofite lure Miniftcrx would toot want the hearty cobpccatioaof the whole EnjpuW He concluded with moving an The SPEAKER the 5 CARTWRIQBT way to preferye the of jwas to that if we were prepared for a flate of When he confidered the condiua of the perfon at the head of the Government of France face the conclufion of the Treaty of Peate when he considered how little pacific be bad fliewn himfelf fiace that and much he had taken irritate the feelings of the People of this it certainly could not be denied that we ought to put ourfelves in a ftate of But the his feelings were withregard tothe ebhducVof the more he lamented tJtelofs of thefe great talentswhich Ipagwatched over the intereftiof and had fo faccefsfully eoantrtaclcd the of France againft hecould not help lamenting thelofs of tlie abilities of Right bc caufche was convinced that there never was atime at wbwh this Country ftood more in need of thofe talents than it did at JOHW WROTffiSLEY the Mover of the Addrefs had dwelt upon the improved ftate of our Manufactures he was finccrely glad to hear that ftate nient from the bccadfe we per foun fecJhe rnpment when it would be neceflary to all the resources of the Country into He was to that the Jlate of the Manu the part of the Country to which he be was not fuch as to jnftify the There many Gentlemen in the much better qualified togivran opinion upon the fubjcA than he and he hoped ihey would give the Houfe fome information upon this important before they PYTCHES was altoniflted that any GtraJemaa could to involve us again in the horrors of the more efpccially he was coaviiucd that the French Go vernment had no intention of violating the Peace wfth this If rhe Ooverfuneat of France had violated the Treaty in any we ought to recall it to their polite ana gentle He cori lidered the Addrefs as bad the and gave his opinion decidedly againft Addreffcs in FOX fomc exprellions whkh feU from th othcr fide of the rendered it neceflary for him to explain the reafons of the Vote which he fliould eive 14 favour of tHte There was an expreflion in the which of courfe echoed in the rela tive to the advantages which had been derived from the Union with If he wjcne inclined to he might object to that he fliould not to the Addrefs on that Whatever his opinion mighj have been with regard to the Union with that event having taken he wiflud it might be at every polnble But the manner in which fome Gentlemen on the other fide had fpoken was in his very if the Addreft pledged the Houfe to fuppori iargc Military Eftablifli hc Speech contained no nor was there any fuch in the The language of the Speech very general leaving the queftion Open for and not deciding whether the Efta bJifliments ought to be large or Thofe who thought wjth diat a fmall Military wai the bcft calculated to gf or tyro fo ronldconfcni entering m could coifed time in which the CouStrrwedld nuance of or ifttvSiclt thU lefs favourable always to be Peace a proRofttion to wUioh iie ever hicl in the prefect hadftteeti holding Jhuhat XbiUUiWi calculated him Atf4 rieods it AltteniirfniMrflffn Ki to jmomenti its i fuch an the their revive their Comi fitch a certaintyof fuccrfs rioftity inewry tlva the race even if theyJuj beat thefaiilt was therefore betteivfbr to gp rivalflup with but in which faciUw Our It we could hiveforgottea the cxperietoce of or that how look with Very fanguinp to a CqnOnental ried on by Aibfidizfng Gfrrtun ttieaiDeiitMr any on either fide of aud that the Government of Fra4ce in all its ttonfulu Of Great aid by that Europe was Icftina onfatii fadory flate that the when Peate was he aflccd whctlfcr the mere that Europe ftill re unfatisfaflory would jufhfy noUi a cry War purely by a coalition of certain their wilh for th cveij been entered into vario caufeaj often to gratify thtfMnbition of umes in of the of Ftaionffbut iE thU Country were now fp a becaufc a certain number fans fliotild think it an inardertf 0 in cieafe the thrir he fliould not hcfitate to pTohouncc it the molt baft and wafc entered He would vrere put to Coufatry tbgratify ambition of aa thanthat ftiould cntes ioto a War to the fen of intercfted We had nothing to in One in anv from which we could fecurt of It had been as a jitttilicatiott for this Couatryto goto that France interfered iq of but on the thought it was not unfortunate for the intcrcft qf tUat Franc Rurtia had interfered in rhc arrangement of In denuMties CANNING men mayvthiak as War being the remedy for the eyils that furround all k concur in fyftem preparation which lifters werg He fpi theMinifters Creditfor the Peace they had by they had not done every thing All not dflno if we gavt OUB Rrral to undsrfland hatr we were ready to fubmit to and were not to takjc any cbcHftion manifefted in the Country in favour of fianding up for the Rights of other There wair nomauwlw did not lympaihifee in the Aifferings of the People of ami rejoice the gaHaiU example of fpirit and love of independence whieh they Theymuft peculiarly fo to knovr1 not how foon they may be called to eXcrcife the fame was to be hoped that Our Government did not inUigate llut unfortunate Country to rcfiftance and if eur interference was fuch as public fame certainly no remuntttahce was ever He thought it of importance to know by whom and to whom that in terference was It was evident that the reelings of all tanks of People in this Country were in unifon thofe of the Swift but a wife Adminiftration fliould not fufler itfdf to be led or influenced by fuch feelings on every occafion and if our reraonftrancewas a declaration that if Jjould be a War would be the alternative Upon this fubject we had no official prroftflcd hjmfclf a IfieBcJ ip recruiting au in the breaking it That Europe was in au in words that tht Power of France was greater than he or any Englifliman could wifli he did not deny on the it was one of the principal grounds of charge againfl the late that all McaEurts tended to throw that uncxjiinplcd degree fif power into hands of Much had betft ftid about the dUbofition of the ;