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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - December 4, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                Extract of Letter The Dutch drove on ftiore upon DyrrKhiirch on Wednefday nig three s to he Wtftviard of an to the being an old crazy alrunii 1 he at the moment fhevvent lo learn from u gentleman who was one of abmt thirty people upon the was ago nizing the power of words to The following of the dew is from one the Soldiers Ollicers 41 61 ol lamentable to rel Wonvn Children Pafiengcrs a only 18 were the greatefl pnrt of them are dreadfally maim ed and Abaw 200 of the bodies have been up along Not an Officer was We are pofitiveJy fav letters From that the Deputation of the Before it fi nifties its will be occupied in a divifioir of Get nnd fme alterations in the organization of the As to the new livifion it is w 11 ac cording to tlit Gtrmanic et the commencement of the lall Germany divided into ten Bui Upper and Lower and Upper and Lower Lower By tlte different furremlers been made to France by the Empire and Emperor in the treaty the cir cle of Burgundy is detached from the Fmpire it comprifed what was formerly The circle of the Lower formerly onfifling of the four Electorates of and fome ilur little principalities ii tun ted on the Left of the is reduced to very a great of ilia of the Upper and part of flie circle of Weft phalia are become of the French territory of cotirje the number of circles wil tfonlilt for the future of Fran ilv Upperimd Lower md us the eccUfi ftical prin cipalities lulc their the clirec don of thefc for the moft part was ent i tided a ecular and eccldiaftical ft be the portion of the Here ditaYv We learn t t after the arrange already agreed upon inween the principal of and by the ap mediating t e dirtclion of fhe circle of of in coniormity withthe plan af lhrountrics of Salzbourgt and Berchtolfgadtn are ciif tric3s wiH be entrufled to the Elerttor f Havana and upon the fame footing is this direction was exercifod by ihelimpeior in h circle of As to thf eaih have the Duke Wiitemberg and the Maigrave of Fran the King of Prutlia and the Eleclor oi BJI varin the circle of the tht Eleclor Aich ard the Landgrave of Hefle CafTel Wei the King ol Pruflia and the Prince of Orange Lfwer the King of Pruilia anl the Elector ot Hanover Upper the King of Pruflia and the of It is aheady fccn by corrprmifeof the Directories low mucH fupetior lo any oilier mtireft in ihe the King ol Piullirf will A new ground of juftificatiorr for the interfe1 fei ce ot France in the affairs of has b en difcoVtred at and that is a Tn aiy into leiuem the French Repuh Inand the Hclvclii Gnvt in Auguft 179 but which never By this Government engage to affift the Hi I on the requefl of the isi i ihcii in cafe llie Oligarchy JlnmlJ cn Jeuvtmr In u tore the ancient order of things alfo to tlum ngainA their inirrnal and exiernul fuoh a treaty it fc f Items t been completely forgotten ire i 1 tfcoi c nictl iii ivhich is rather unfiii lu as the publication of it would luve laved Monieur the labour of all its elaborate ct Frcnch interference in the affairs ofSwitz A Gertlcman who cime paflepger in llieLei Cvlier packet from arrived at Falmouth tew dnys gives the following account of a iiielarcholy Sunday the 24 h nhrmt a fie lnokc nut in the houfe of at Fort ten mihs IrMii Nova which entirely tuned i hi fame 1 difcoxtred b One of daughters awoke by he Inioke in her on which fi e the conlifling of htr ii Mils uiu a Lilaclf fcrvant who luui but jull time to effed their efcapc a hve other lodgers in iOihir of the unrortui auiy pc in lie though apprifed ofheir KCI bv Ventured into tlie ule in int midft of the lor hat btupofe but it it that amlUA und Utey not find their wa tlit piopcr on the prcmiles The nsmesuf the unfortunate fufteprs flohn of Edwaid John and and Peter late a foldier in llus 71 of Law the being at Halifax on A private letter from Paris kat Buo when he Purl on vobierving EnHffti Colours placed under the Frencht urdertA Uiem to be placed Jide by with the firlt Na ktionion people were and naturally fiiewhto The I colours of were hung the which did not and ttbfencc Abitb it corfidervd a great difturbances have broken in the and lhar jequeft has b en ty rhe Swift Senate General to feud for purpoft of reftoring ORD LfLUTENANt AND of A VI by au paflcd in tlie lift Seffion of W Farliann An Aitl for enabling the Lord other Chief Governor or Ooycrnors Ot to prohibit fora limited fo as fuch Iroliildtion Ilinll not endure beyond the expiration of Six Wtcki from the comnienctmeiit of tlie next SefTton ot the Exportation frtjin Irdand of Corn or all futh Provifioni and t permit for fuch limited time the Importation into Irc 11 bin i CITII iiid and all Provifions 11 iNvinent of and for indemnifying fuch as a5led fur the fcrvicc of the Public in into execution certain Proclamations of the Lord Lieutenant and it is that from and alter the palling of the it fliould be lawful for the Lord Lieutenant or other Chief or Governors of Ireland for the time and he and they was and were thereby authorized with the advice of his MajellyV Privy Council of to prohibit ge for a limited the Exportation from Ireland but fo as fuch Prohibition fliould nut endure beyond the Expiration of Six from the commencement of the next Scflions of Parliament of any Irifli or Foreign Bcre or or any Meal or or or Malt made or any India Corn or Meal or Flour made any or any kind of Provifions and to permit generally the Importation into Ireland for fuch limited time as of any Foreign or other Articles as or any kind of or any kind of Provifions in any Britifli or Irifli Ship or or in any other Ship or Veflel belonging to Perfons of atly Kingdom or State in amity with his and navigated in any manner without Payment Of eny Duty and iu like manner to recall fuch Prohibition or either in part or in the if circumftancea fliall appear fo to any thing in any to the contrary And whereas by an Act pafled in the prefent Seflion of An Act to continue until the ift day of and amend an Act of the 39th Year of the Reign of his prefent Ma for prohi biting the Exportation and permitting the Importation cif and for allowing the Importation of other ar ticles of Provilion without payment of and to continue for the fame period an Act of the laft Seflion of Parliament for prohibiting the EiportHtion from Ireland of or or other and for permitting the Importation into Ireland of and Preivilioiio without payment of it is that fo much of ilic faid Act made in the laft Scllion of Parliament as eiiHhles the Lord or other Chief Governor or Governors of to pro hibit the Lxportiition from Irciland of Corn or and of all Provifions and to permit the Im portation into Ireland of Corn and and all Provilioas without payment of fliouhi and the fame thereby continued until the ift day of Ja XVe the Lord by and with the advice of His Majcftys Privy Council of and in pur fuancc of the Powers given by the faid do hereby that Irom the ajd day of this until the ill day of no Perfon or Perfons who focver fiiall Export or or lay on board any Ship or with intent to Expor from any Port or Place in any Bere or or any Meal or or or Malt made or any India Corn or or Meal or Flour ade the or any or any Beef or fuch prohibition not to extend to any foreign Corn or Meal or Flour imported and and not taken out of fuch Warchoufc for home con nor to prevent the Exportation or carrying out of fuch and fo much of any of the faid Articles as fliall be ncccflary to be carried in any Ship or Veflel on its voy age out and for the diet nd fuppurt of the PalTcn gcrb and others OK board fuch Ship or or for the ufi and fuflenance of the Live or other ani mals on board fuch Ship or or for the neccflary vidnalling or providing any of his Majcflys Ships of or other Ships and in his Majcftys fcrvice or for the ueccffary victualling or providing any of his VrticHys or Garrifons nor to prohibit At lime the cxjurirfiiun of fuch and fo many yf nny of the articles as may be neceffary for the fupply of the Brit i fli or Factories in or of Britifli Ships trading upon that which have ufually been fupplied with the from Great Britain nortoprohi lit the exportation b the Eafl India or any Agent employed by them of any of the faid articles for the ucccllary fupply of at Bom and or for the ncceflary ufe ot the Ships belonging to the aid nor to prohibit the ex portation the llhnds of j Sark anel to any of his Majtflys ot Plantations in America or the Weft or tltUc Town or Pert 01 forthe ncceflary ufe ul the of the lame in fuch quantities as fliall be judged lobe neccilary liy upon application to be from time to and under licenfex to be granlrd ly or without lueh provided proof fliall be ivuele to the farislaiftion of the of of his Majedys Revejiuc th Articles fo t e ex ported as aforefaid are uot of Britifli or Irifli pro duce or And it is hereby further that nothing herein contained fliall or be contlrued to extend to pro hibit the exportation from any Port of Ireland to any Port of Great IJritain of my of the Articles above men provided the fo exporting the fame lliall enter into Bonds with lulHciciu to the iatistac tion of the Coinmiflicners of the for the due landing thereof in the Peirts in Great liriuin for which the fame lhall be refpectivcly cleared and fliall alfo comply with all other which now or here after may be required by Law in rcfpcct of Inch Ex And it is hereby further that nothing herein contained fliall or be conftrued to extend to pro hibit at any time any Perfon or Irom or putting on board any of the Corn or Articles abovemen u carried Irom any Port or Place in Ireland to any oilier Port or Place of the United Kingdom of Grca Britain and having fuch or like Cosfl Suffer or other Coalt difpatch for that and on fitch anil the like Security being given fox tlie landing and dticharging of the as now pr hcrc altermay by any Law or Aclor rcejuired in relation to MIC carrying Coaftwife any or other or any Wares and And it in hereby further ordered in purfuance of the Powers ivtn by the Acts that it lhall and may be la win 1 to Import into any Port or Place of from the until the firft day of Foreign or Meat or excepting only Rice or any kind of or any kind of Provifions in any liritifh or Irifli Ship or or in any other bhip or Vtliel Itclonging to PcrfiMis of any Slate in amity with his and navigated in any manner without payment of any Duty and alfo to take out of Warchoufc for home cortfumption any Foreign or other Articles as without pay ment of any Duty provided a due Entry fliall be made of all fuch Articles as lull be fo with the proper Olhrtr of the Cuftoms at the Port where the fame fliall be Given at the Council Chamber in the ijth day of Do Gixl Sare the 19 AS ftvcral Artificers and Manufacturers nf Ireland from time to gone into fortigO coun tries to extrcife their feveral contrary to the the following abftractsof Acts of Parliament of hit prefent Majefty preventing fuch are publifhed for the information of perfons who mav be ignorant of the penalties they may incur by d i fobcdicnce to them Alid it will that fuch penalties like wife extend to thofe who are any way concerned or inftrumental in the fending or enticing Artificers or out qf or in tlie exportation of the Tools and Inflruiienrs ufcd by as well as to the Artificers and Manu facturers Statute aj Ocorge III If at any time after the 24th day of any perfon or pcrfons fliall contract or endeavour to or feducc any Manufac Workman or Artificer of or in Mo Cotton or or of orinanymanulacturesmadeupof mixed one with or in Brafs or any or Watchmaker other ma Workman or Artificer of or in any other of the manufactures of this of what nature or kind to go out of this kingdom into any foreign coun not within the dominions of or bcloning to the Crown of Great and fliall be lawfully convicted upon any indictment or information to be preferred or brought agalnfi or in his Majcflys Court of Kings Bench at or by indictment at the Affixes or Genera Gaol Delivery for the County wherein fuch of fence fliall be the perfon otperfonsfo convicted hall for every Workman or fa by or them reflectively contracted en or feverally forfeit the fum of five hundred pounds of lawful money of this and fliall alfo fuflfer imprifonment in the com mon gaol of the county wherein fuch offender or offenders fliall be rcfpeAively for the fpace of twelve calendar without bail or and until fuch forfeiture fliall be paid and in cafe of a further con viction in manner before prefcribed by this for or u pon a fccond or other fubfcqucut olFencc of the fame the perfon or perfons fo again fliall upon every fecond or other fuhfequent fcvcrally forfeit for every perfou fo by or them refpactively con tracted or the fum of one thoufand pounds of lawful money of this and fhall alfo f offer imprifonment in the com mon giiol of the county wherein fuch offender or offenders fliall be rcfjiectivcljr for the fpaccof two without bail or and until fuch forfeiture fliall be If anjperfon or perfons in this kingdom fliall upQn any load or put on or caufe to be loaded or put on board of injr or which lliall not be bound directly to fome port or place in Ireland or Great or to fome other of the do minions of the Crbwn of Great any fuchjtoois or utenfils as are commonly ufed or are for the working or fmifhing of the woollen or filk or any or either of or any parts or parcels of 1uch tools or by what name or names fueh lools or uicufiU fliall or may be called or the pcrfun or pcrfons fo olJending fliall for every fuch not only forfeit and lofc all fucb tools and or parts or parcels thereof which fliall be to rpiit onboard as but alfo the fum of Two Pounds ol lawful money of this kingdom and in luch tools nr utenfils fhall be loaded or put on board ol any or boat which fliall be bouild to any port or place in Ireland or Great or to fome otlur of the dominions of the Crown of Great riicn and in every idch cafe the matter or com mander o fuch Veflel or fliall give fe by in the penalty of one thqufand pounds conditioned for the landing if luch tooU or utenfils at the port or tur which fuch boat or vtflel fliall be bound as It fliall and may be lawful to and for any officer of his Majeftys cuflnrm or excife in this kingdom to feize and ftcun in tonic or one of his Majcftvs warehoufes all fuch tools or by this act prohibited to be exported as fuch ofbcer lull find or discover to be or put on boara oi any ihip or boat which lliall not be bound direcll to Line port or place in Great or this r to fonie other tn the dominions of the Crown of Great I the captain or matter of any or boat in this iliail knowingly permit any of the faid tools or by this act prohibited to be exported as to be put on board his faid veflel or ever luch captain or matter fliall for every fuch offence feitlor the fum of one hundred pounds of lawful money of this and it ilu did velfcl or boat belongs to his hiahtirbcu then the captain or matter thcrcot fliall notuniy forfeit tha fum of one hun dred but fliall alfo forfeit his and be incapable of any ollicc or employment under his Ma his Ueirs or And be it further enacted by the authority that one moiety of the refpcctive by this act infliclcd upon offenders againft the lame when re go and be applied to the ule of hit his hcira and and the other moiety to the ufe of the per i on or per ions who fliall fuc and profccutc for the fame Statute 31 George If any perfon in thin kingdom fliall load or put on board orcaufc to he loaded or put on board of any or h lliall not be bound directly to fome port or place in or Great or to lomeof the doniiaions ol tuc down of Great any Utcniil or ui whatlo ufcd or proper for the work ing ur of any manufacture or othei or of any manufactures in aiil or any JJMU or parcels of any fuch ny whatever name or names luch or lhall or may be called or ttr any or dcftription of any tool or implement uleii or proper for the working or iinilhing of the faid inauufacturts every lucli ur and every part mil every hull or defcription hall be lorfciud and every perfon lo i very fuch ten kit the fum ot two or rccovcren iu lucli manner as by the laid pit Bribed in refpcet of any torteiture tor any limilar oileucc againft the laid act and in cale any iuch or or any or defcription there lliall be loaded or put tin board ot any or which lLall be bjund 10 any port or place in this kingdom lo Great or to tome of the dominions of the Crown uf Great the IvUUer or Commander of every luch or lliall give the like leturity by with the like condition as by the laid ii required in relpect of putting on board any of the TooU ot Utenfils in the faid Act mentioned j and fuch Certificate thereof fliall be as by the faid and every or which fliall have on board auy luch or or any luch or Delcription thereof as before fuch fecurity and certificate fhall be given with all her Ammu and lliail be forfeited forfeiture fliall tic and the produce thereof difpofed of iii Inch manner as in the laid Act is in the cafe of any or boat forfeited And be it Tim every Officer of Majefty Cuftonib ur Excile iu thii kingdom and he is hereby impowercd to and Iccurc any or or or Deft rip tioni thcreo 01 me HUMS or thereby prohibited and fuch or mentioned and cvary Captain or Mailer of nlltek toi boati who pcrwit wiy Tools or frrinf mitu w y r i Apt or 1 as be bjr this Act fltall incur fuch forfeiture and u in the fatd ASk is prefcritjedrwith refpca any uRbnce againfl the faid Aijt cpnmutted CarT tain or any vcffcli or hpatj ani Officer of th Revenue who Iiall willinftly fulferto be any OT llialt fign any or Sufferance fiiipping or exporting of any of the Plans or Models by tliis Act forfeiture and incapacity as is bytlvcA0id for any fimilar to be in the fame as in the faid is A the Lord Lieurpnanr arid CiVundU of Irela WHEREAS His Majcftys Order InCouncil of i8th day of fore fctting That information hath been received that a malignant Fever wasraging in the City ofPhila in the State and at Baltimoxein and that His deeming the faid Fever to be probably haoVtyjr the advice of His Privy that the faid probabjy and Uictcfpre try der and by and with tlic fjouiVTJ that a Qnaratttirie be performed fn tlic manucr by the faid abovementioned Ordr by all arid mercharidizct thetl or which fliould thereafter arrive in any of the Votti oV fjlreat Britain from any of the Ports of Pennfylranla prof and which had cleared out of thpfc Ports faofedliem to the i ft of July Whereas it is expedient that a like Order ofe wide and obfcrved within that part of the United Kingdom we the Lord Lieutenant and Council ot Ireland do hereby order and Tliat all and or which may hereafter arrive in any of the tant 3f from any of the Ports of orbf and fliall have cleared out from anyof the faid Porrsiit Pcnnfylvania or Maryland fubfequcnt to the ift day of not having any perfbri or perfons On board the fame actually ill of the laid Fever dp perform a Quarantine days at the feveral places and according to the Rules prefcribed by our Proclamation bf the i6th day of September for performance of Quarantine be all fliips and vefllls coming from or through the Mediterra or from the Wert Barbary on the Atlantic and arriving with clean Bills of Health and in any of the crtw or pafTcngen on board fuch hip or vcflcl which fliall have cleared out from any of the ports of Pcnnfylvania or Maryland fubfequeitt to the faid iftDar of and fliall have or may hereafter arrive lit any of the Ports of Ireland from any of faid Ports of PeniA fliall have died of the faid during tlie cburfc of the the and all per fonal effects which are fufceptible of worn by or belonging to fuch fliall be forthwith burned or funk in deep water j and if fuch clothes and effects fliall not be fo burned or the faid fliip or the whole of her cargo and fliall not be to perform Quarantine at any port or place except at Car and fliall be compelled to depart from auy other port or place at which the fame has or fliall ar rive as and fliall repair to and there perform and not And it is hereby further that if k dull apprar upon the arrival of any fliip or veflel from any of the faid Ports of or of that any of the crew or paflcngcrs belonging to the fame actually ill of rhe faid then futh fliip or and the and merchandizes on board the fliall not he permitted to perform Quarantine at any port or place ex cept and fliall be compelled to depart any other port or and to proceed immediately to Carlingford in order to perform and fliall there pcrtorm and not And the Commiftoners of his Majefty3 Revenue are to give the neceffary orders herein as to them may refpcc lively Given at the Council Chamber in Dublin the 30fh Day of Ifaac George fave the By the Lord Lieutenant and Council ol A WHEREAS by our Proclamation of the day of one thoufand feven hundred and We did piohibit the failing of veflefs laden with provifiona from the feveral ports of Ireland without convoy And by another Proclamation of the fourteenth day of one thoufand eight hundred and We did order and that in future no veflel laden with provisions of any kind fliould be permitted to proceed from any of the ports of Ireland without a liccnfc being fir ft obtained from the Lord Lieutenant and Council for And whereas it is not expedient any longer to continue the prohibitions contained in the faid two Proclamations the Lord Lieutenant and do hereby order and that the faid prohibitions be taken and that the feveral rcgulatious and directions contained in our faid two Proclamations do ceafe and And we do hereby further charge and command all his flys and other df the Icveral Ports whom it may that at their peril they take care to pay due obedience Given at the Council Chamber in Dublin the ajth dav uf L Gof n T Meg Maurice Robert John Don SAVE THE by tne Lieutenant and Council ot A WHERE A y our Proclamation of the eighth day of one thoufand levin hundred and We did order and direct that not any veflel belonging to any of his Majcftys fliould be per mitted to enter and clear out for any of the or for the ports of any country occupied by the Armies of until further order and We did alfo by our Pro clamation of the day of and nineteenth day of one thoufand feven hundred and order and direct that not any veflel bcj longing to his Majeftys fubjects fliould enter and clear out any of the ports of Spain or until further And whereas a Definitive Treaty of Peace having been concluded between his the French and his Catholic it is not ucceflary any longer to conj tinue the orders and directions contained in the faid fcj veral Proclamations the Lord Lieutenant do hereby order and that orders aud directions contained do ccafc and dctcrmij Given at the Council Chambf day of Charles Maurice John Printed ior the PROPUIETO   

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