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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - December 7, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                INTELLIGENCE Our CourY Gazette of this ins ing Article In conftquence t the Negotiations entered imo with the Mediating Power relative to the German his Imperial Majefty hat judged it expedient order the Governor of the nnd Commillr ner1 Plenipotentiary the Italian Count to occupy the Bifhop tUtof Trent and and their d till the final termination of thofe SWAB I Now Negotiations are carrying on bet ween and relative to fume exchanges of certain Indemnities of the latter or otheri allotted to the Grand Duke of RATiSBONi the a Nve pTefenred to the Deputation by the Mediating relative various and 4 m of this the Mini flert eai neftly prefa the Deputati n to arrange the fubjecls iubmitted to their in fuch a manner as to bring the bufmefs fpeedily to a final condu A this kind is expected to be fub Trutted by ths Directorial Miniftertothe Deputa tion DECEMBER We received a private Letter from which flares that die Report of the Debates in both f parliament on the day of the Sef hajf fas produced a The Moniteur has not fertedany report of becaufe it is be that obfervationi are to accom pany tfctir publican n in the The other Paris Papers havevpublifhrd an ac in which they notice the fpeeches of Lord Lord and and They dwell par ticularly the fpwches made againft the Jt is that ftrong corps of French troops Three thoufand men have already arrived at Leghorn and Pi and more troops are on their J We received this morning the Moniteur of Sun day h does not contain any article of great A Portuguefe of four fail of the put into Garthagena to procure prnvi As foon as it had obtained thejiecefTary it failed againft the Barbary Tpon the fubjfcl of the late it ufaid to have been proved by documents nearly that in the South ofGsrmany it has been generally bid j ta Ac very abundant which has been the caafe of a great fall in tfce price of The may ftitt be expected to fceeaufetherurvelt has been good in and the exportations from and ft w ramoured that the Grand Duke oFTtrfcaftyis to marry one of tlie Grand Ducheflcs of Hijllid j and the Palatine of a Saxon of a private LeUetjrem i The intelligence frtfm which cinulating every except through the Ga as 1 told of the moR difaftfous na Not even a perfon who that ill fated iflaml is expeded to A of Merchants left this either on or to tiffpecl their TramArlaiuic concerns but of thefe it is known that not one now The Negroes hiifafs the troops and thut oblige them to be in the open and under arms incef This painful duty is rapidly wafting away he feeble remainder of thofe whomthe plague had By svbat a train of calamities does France now atone her depriving fo many of her fellowcreatures of their It is not juflice thai the Blacks fh uld not have their day of The Firft Onful flill purfues his labotiTs with very little A tew days ago took the of the cliace in the mtdft of was thrown from his and fell upon his His Companions were greatly alarmed for his as he remained for Come time without motion he was merely ftunntd5 by the and had received no perfonal The facl that his mind being occupied with other very different From that in which he rtas he clung but as it io 1iis flung fom nis few by a f idden fpring of In ji fimilar iUte of he n efcaped a few days before from being into a deep ditch wflfiieh taking the air witJrJMft dame in ail TheSwifs who are have had ftveral conferences with the Minifter Fo reign Affairs but is not fuffictently complete to enter on the bufinefs of 41 The Legiflathe Body was tr have ztft thy have not nor has any reafon been afiigned for the the idea is entertained by tome perfoa that he may dif penfe with their The Swlfs Deputies not yet all arrived they appear to be pretty chofen between the arinocraric and democratic But the competition of theDepuies will figoify very little they will only have to receive the commands of Arbiter of refpecling their future mode of It is generally that he will caufe himfelf to be named BHrft or adopt fome other by which ihe power hall be leis direcHly in his HOUSE Of The Duke of CLARENCE mot That a Cpmmireee 6f appointed to take into tonfideration the condition of the and by what the fame and adjacent buildings may be rendered more The LORD CHANCELLOR ftortvihe ex perience of the variety of climate which he had been expofed to for the nine months of the laft fef he was convinced unlefs fome material alteration was he could not expect to live long under fuch ah irrqgular Or Eirl MOIRA reminded their that he in thecourfeof the laft feffion of Parlia given notice of his intention to make a mriti on relative to the fucceffion to the Mufiiud of Ar fubfequent to the death of the late The ground Upon which he was induced to give this notice had certainly changed materially fince he gave yet flill he meant tomake a motion for copies of all ihe in fl ructions oUt to the Go vernorrGeneral on the fubjedl fince November He meant to give notice of his intended motion on Ftidnyjwfrt as the ground was extremely he did not imagine it could ocrafion any convex and therefore He ftouid not muve that the Houfe be A Petition irom his the Duke of as Karl of in and nnotKerr from bis Royal Hjghnefs the Duke of as Earl of in touching their right of voting on the eleclion of Irilh Peers to fit in the Parliament of Great Britain and waft and ordered to referred to the Committee of OF i experienced yefterday a confiderable The Omnium fed to uj and the 3 per Cents Though the political jtmofpnere is far from bring jet thewfall is principally to 40 ting rhe large fales wecetTarily made for the purpofe of completing riie payment upon which isto take plafe in a It is the intention of rhe Muiifler to briwg a Bill this Seffion fnrrfje purpofe of cfta blifliing certain at which goods be ad mitted free of umfl they are taken out forMiomeGonfumprion and noduty will attach upon thenHFthey fliould be in announcing theabove cir ctimrtanoe to the Mayor As I fuppofe the Town ufHull will be defipous to par take of this advantage I beg leaveto recommend thai ihe three ftouldCoufider whe ther they caneretil warehoufes rhat may be required by the Commiffioners of the contiguous to the New Dock whidfi is to be and itfuch fhuuld be their could with to be pofiefTed of a Memorial rothe Lords of the ftat ing and praying to be admitted to the warehooflng fyftemj which 1 will deliver at a proper time When Prince William of Gloncefler embarked from the firft in thefleet wiM drtyntdhed to Arriving was iatatea by a discharge of In the afternoon of the his nets paid ihe fiift vifit to ihe King and Queen be had travelled under the of the of but faid it afide ar Stock where oc upied the fffidence of been fitted up for him His Majeflys On the the Prince Avas in rheRoyal Box at the to fee the per formance of iaujlamiu Vafa and on the evening of the the rhe Officers of thGarrMbn were prefemed to His SnP his and his phy fi We underftand from our correfpondent at the that the Dutch Government have received a letter from their Conful at dated the jd informing them that the Spanifh Govern have jufl nn prohibiting the im porrji f all loieign QjufSs and cotton threads all thole articles which come from the and th Spamfli in America ihfll pay no Unlpan the produce of jthe Ifland of is not to be comptjfed jnj h i ay a duy uf Thequtnnry of cotton fluffi wlich now in is to be ftaied to the fatraflSifthts of the Cufloms If quantity be not corifumed in the n is to be expotted trom the penally of frizureand confiscation fifwan Ujfiuev us iwonctiintrtm the hw extremely idive in the purfuil of the wiiQ were iojmerij the fuppxjfUjs of Yeflerdaj a Privy Council was held at Lerd Pelliams at vxhich Ihe Lord the Attorney While the Solicitor fo the and Wo underftand the tliey aflemblid upon to take into conlideration the evidence tliat has been given relative lo rtoe meeting in Oalfeley in order lo determine on tfiufe wlio are lo be ftnt to A was examined privately befors Sir Richard 0n Tuefdaj relative the Colonel we is not only charged with ihe capital offence oPDeducing Soldiers from their but he js detained umicr of High A on wos ycflerday to A General Meeting of Ship Owners held al the London The Com mittee appointed to wait on Addinglon re that their reception was very them hopes though the Premier had not altogether up of a favourable A petition is in the mean time be pre pared and prefented lo ihe Parliament after the Another General Meeting is o be held in a few when the fubjecl of Medilerra neajfi palles will be taken into The penally of for fulling through the Sireiglits without the it Jiaj been lately with a degree of very but quile and without any Letters from of the loth conlra dicl the report of the death of the Duke of Mo void of This rumour to have been fet on fool by fome deligning per merely with a view of alarming his new fub in the Brifgaw and By letters from Paris we underflajul that Count being there on route from Vi enna to received an ofder fiom the French Government lo quit the territory of the French Republic in twentvfour This day at one New land carried to the Stock the anfwer of the Bank Di reclors to the application of the Omnium Holders fur dividing the January inftallmentinto two parts of 20 per and pufiponing one of thefe till to which the Directors have YeHcrclny another petition u as prefemed to the Bank by ihe Holders of praying that the arrangement made for the redemption may be fo far altered as to divide the payment c f 40 per in January irt two payments of 20 per cent one to made in and theother in They further that inflead of the payment January being made on Friday the it may be either on Saturday the or Monday the They juftify the application on the Directors on the ground that by that time the Chancellor of the Exchequer may have afcer tained that he will want no new or at leaft a very fmall for the Cervices of the year and thai therefore the any charge of caprice or may fafely give the Holders of Omnium this further Between the 4th and aift thirtyfix Packet Boats entered Calais from Dover with paflen and thirtyJive Packet Boajs quitted the for mer Port for Dover with 347 All veflels arriving in thv Ports of Denmark from the Unied of America by virtue of an order of His to be jftibjeMed the vifit of an Officer of aod Vf forbid den to have any commtii ration tbrmaiiiy 11 A PcthtoBwas prefented from the Borough of Bait Ordered for couftdcration the Came day as the fanner A Petition was prefented from To Be con loth of from the of A feetition prefented from To be con uderA the xth of March alfo one from the Odd ARMY The SECRETARY at WAR preftiwedan Ac eoiint 0f dw Army Eftimatet for the erifuing The tt was his inten tion to move tke Aimy Eftimates in the Committee nf Supply on The Eftimates ware laid onthe OP 8HIK General 6ASCOIGNE it ftated from the thaj theSjpmmerce of this country was in a flourifhing and know ing thecontrary to be the if being the inten tion to prefent Petitions fiom all thr commercial tuvns in the kingdom refpecMing the tonnage of in which the Merchant iound thcmlelves much agg he for an account of the hips and and the number of men em entered inv and cleared from trie loth day ol the loth day of and ttfb day of to the toth of dif ringuHhinc foreign from IJriufli The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEOJLTER objected to the form of the as the accounts from the different could not be made up till after the jih of January The Gentleman might have the returns from the port of At the fame time he could not agree with the ailertion made by the Hon that the trade had decreased in every port of the General TARLETON contended that the com mecce of the country w as as flourifhing as could be after fuch an unprecedented The General thathe was in daily habits of intercourse with his and he had not received any communications on the fub TheMerchantsof Liverpool certainly to afcertain w bother the country was likely to re main at their interefts were in common J with thofe of the He was fure they didW not wifh to prefs any thing which might not be deemed proper by VANS1TFART fuggefled the propriety of altering the General GAiSCOYNE that the General Tarleton was not much accuftomed to fee above once in feven years a laugh bur he had no doubt he would be inftrucled on the would alter the terms of his aod confine it to the ports of Hullr and Admiral BERKELEY feonded the The CHANCELLOR of EXCHEQUER objected to it on the grounds that it would give only The motion was then put and The Report of the Committee on the Foreign Small Note Bill was brought the amendments agreed and the BUI ordered to be read a third time The Hoafe having refolved itfetf into a Com mittee of the Accounts prefented by Vanfittarc were referred to the faid The Chancellor of the Exchequer then that a fum not exceeding be granted to His to difcharge theoutlfand ing Exchequer Bills iflued by the Act of the 41 ft of the The Right Hon Gentleman this motion for the purpofe of taking out of the market that clafs of Bills which pays an intereft of Sir PHILIP STEVENS thai Men be granted for rhe Sea including for the aidtne following for the pace of thirteen lunar for the faid the rate of per man per per per Wear aod Tear per llefohit were agredd b and the Houfi I being the Report was brought anal ordered to be taken into conftleratton The Houfe refolved itfelf intb a Coml mittce on the Irifh Militia after a fewjprcfatcry that the Commiffibneri of Hit jeftys Treafury in Ireland be aurnoriwd to the fum of towardsdirrayibgtheexj of raifingthe Militia of that tobe dc1 frayed by the feveral motion agreed and the Report Otderedfor ST I ALEXANDER brought up Hie Report of Committee of The Ttefolutbds being I GRENVILLE and ejtprefTed difapprobation to the motion that it vVac perfecltyV unufiialifur the Houfe to for fo large ari iffab Lfhment without any reafon having made to any Member of the lite rhbughtf that deoorout fivuatioii fnf W tUt placed iiL tharhit compelled to give reafdnl or w whyin a Committee of Suppf ber fhould would rry t by coafideringwhat and the internal force to repel to review the flateol moft part was to be firft in review and lie that the different Conventions did his mind the difficulties which exifted and the fuccefles in that to qk Noble greater The activity andexenioqs of a He hen confider tbat mlft of would that now Navy of as in of this country from b her own He adverted to tlje infiih that theBritrfb in the prefence of the which wou1 have been the cafe if Che light to Co was held was not changedHt nejt view the and to fee wirat views of France in that quarter werenot perfeclly hoftile jthat there were aVtlaV moment a plan of getting into its pofleffionTuk cany in addition to its other acquirements in horv that in cafe ofa renmval of there was not tf ingle naval except the Ifland of of this of i hat the Hnufe is perfectly the increafed1 power of France that we ranted in retaining Malrtu TolopTs at the Ifjantf of itwas not a flntinn of fuffjciem rhe decayed la e of the Do On the fubjecl of fiafl thar there ceffionsat thtie of confiderable ftquence made to he ftOt ccWiceiW thar the Minifter fhould ajk for feamcnf more in fix months than peace hemuft therefore unae reafon for The CHANCELLOR of infifled that the conduct of the Mmifteri had not been difrefpeclful to the Houfe that their lqttot language on the fir ft night of the feffion was ex preffive that large military eftablifhrnents would be and that the diibanding of forces was He was perfectly o anfwer any queftionswhich might be and there was no indication of any foch difpofiuon 10 enquire or to and which did not even require a jufiificatiom He recurred to the peace which confided of men mi and naval forces rhat fome propo be fubmined keep a much larger eftablifhment than had been thought in drder tr keep up a ufficknt for the pofleflion of Ltft Deep confternntion prevails in the fays a letter from Its matter much aftlicled by the 1te news from the A new army is there required to conquer once moie a field of contagion and on which one army has already and mutual difirull every military energy nllliofe miferable remain of the firft A horn ihe nogroes and the climate have hitherto 1 ue General is by the ofT his mMoiuincsT of having acquired iminenfe wealth by the having arrelted the merely Ivmfdf of hi m The rife from Leclcru lo ihe author of his TheTpoils which hii family derives irom ie ruin uf the rillnot fewer than thirty The celebrated on his was fb incauiiotts as to wear a cravat marked with his initials which he attempted to account for by calling himfelf J nn When brought before the Magiftrate he declared hvmfelf to be Tudor and in order to prrpoflcfs the horett Cambrians in his boafted that he was de ftended from an ancient family m for the inhabitants of whkh country he had ever enter tained a moft fincere He ftands committed for trial at the next affixes at though the extremity of his fei tence can only be if indited enher for or the finale felony of forging the capital part of the charge againH not appearing to hu corn miflioti as a will we te brought for his Cnditors being in the annual receipt of nn eflate in which he has the Me it is therefore 10 their advantage o prokg his inflead of fubmitting him to the U verity of the Though the Solicitor to Hatfvelds of Bankruptcy does not mean to proceed him capiiallyi for not appearing to his we underfland it is determined in he hall be indicled for thisxrffcuce   

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