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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - December 11, 1802, Dublin, Dublin The Dublin C This being the LAST DAY Adventurers can tvlm to have a Chance of the remaining Prize of as the Packet due Tomorrow bring an account of the Number demand niuft he Vertf TICKETS and SHAKES fwirranttd Undtpvn remain on SALE for thin Day at corner of Grafton where Prizes are taken in Exchange WITHOUT aud where BANK of NOTES may fee LAS11 THE JRESKNT that to Adventurers an opportunity of obtaining either the entire or part of the firfl Drawn Tielcet in LonJon on Thurfflay entitled to feritMi TICKETS and enjtjfged Undrawn hy latcft notr for SALE at the OLD HIBERNIAN and if rhc magnitude of the in duly the Offirc Prices rauft be thought On Thiirfdayar received the flue thaf of which we laid an abftrad A violent f ale of at prevailed fo cnnffatwly for the uhote of T jut ridny night and much injury been Ttt tiered in teday has Tint We have vyapologife to many of ftnrCo fend particnlatly the rtmif IKmsef their favciurs the imporiarteeir the Ttal on Monday which we have given at great rst fljl Weftern 1ft cutatK Wrecks are In the tflandof large name fitetl feygai fvgnnU of diftrefs ibmc pttt ry ihaf Ae 4 heafd are lor nor boats have fince ih At a Me flag of ifhe for filcountenanci4ig Vice promoting the know ledge and ptttflice ofthe Chriftian held at on Thurfday the 9th De xembV the following or the Excellency fhe feAkJL of Lord Licji tenant of theLORR GraiiCe of Right WMTSlAT for Gittchetical Exannhatioris f or n Richard GKrge aSitnut I John Williani Alciander And Glian Royal Robert JaiAca Dodfcor Revr Thomas JuhP Dodtor San Henry Thomas Wpipri Stop our cheerful of this apjirnachinii we ftjoiild recullecl how rreaHy the of he Poor by lire iiieltJmrnry ofihe fewfon mifery under he various they are d in their to the of foniju other urtrS heing fljut ivp Hufpitnl Ins ilieir only Alyiuin in of his p riat City ind fitnl by the A river tiffmiiit of the Governors their being ntnrly that there is muchdanger of their bit unlejs rcirrrtnted ly tlm ice or a Charity Sermon to lc preached CMnrch therefore ven ture to nfiart chidf6n of Provi that the reflexion of fheir having contri huted to mitigate ot iheir tl of their AtmpUious fart on thrjittnas jjeg in vain fur the vrumljyi tiiat ffftm you leiive him at joitr gate only to at his feat JOHN a the reheilioji as of the Defart Yeoman he a promptitude and zal in the catjfe wf his KingVnd Gouhtry that cawlrj be eqijallcd byht coolnefs and iinre In he kepr fpirft ofihe thusbecame tke of ptace of couivty arounj mut fuoh marked that he eccivcdihe pubiicrbanks jrif ihe Grand Jury of the Gounty at the fummer wllizs Siitce as a his eiernons havj i direcled to the to t of pence and goodr ill towards men for thisoffice he was having his fieart influenced by irurhs ot which life vaI brcHufe bu Htrl notafhamed of his or hi caufe chcarfully b TC i the Servant of G he vvas I caller upon tci He worfhipped G d daily jwifh his numeroH in ftfal which combined fora few he fiijly evij denced rh r he had nor followed cunninay Hevifed fable a a fnrnr writes of he diedf bearing a oforiout Oimony to thr aj is in anJ trmmphirig iu ihe GqckdF led AH ttCcouiit of the year lic on flic ffom the ohn ois Philip HOUSE AperfoTB the net preUuce of thj ending irotfti Admiral ERKKLRY brought up a Brewers of A Petition agaitift the double return of dcred to he taken into cqpfiijcrahon otlier on theiShic The 9cqualntt3the Hinifej re Petition for tW County and Town of into conudcration the aBth of STI lj T ceived from the in cconplaining of eteaion f frorbtigh BorouVhr of1 andBoroOglV Great The CHANCELLOR of the FXCHEiyER gefted the propriety off tlie of anrf the confidefaHbrf 6f the Haft Orimfby flioutd be fhMn lay to Taefday k U A Petition frortr the Inlolvent Dibtori in Ordered tb lie on the brought ftp the Report front Cdbtmit let of Ways and Mtans upon the dm res of Muirvt1 Cydcf ftcond Bills were ordered to be brought in op feveral Rc fol The Order of the Day on the Militia of ad i fecond aijd ordered to be commi pifing Refolded that the Cinnamon Duty fitfto be to a CommittteiDft Hjofc to fit prcftnted an account of the amount of premiunnronrite imprtrrarion df FitTi io according to4i GeOi 3Ordered tfll lie on tlifc table Jvtft to rofetomovc for to ip a Bill co aniend Avftv of the relative Navy at ft bear intcrqQ from 13 to 30 per 1hp Biiil i meant would be attended with moved thft Order of ihe Day relative tQ tjhf ladctnnity it be ac an inaccuracy in the and Itjwc given tobringlria new then brxught in a new BiH tlicpUcc which EVAN NEPEAN that jherc lie laid bcfpre thtf HoufJ an accoupt ot the Eifpqnccs of which would become Jin the year s i The of the lit arrivfi attempts fo diffipate the and to away rh4 rumours tlmt have prevailed lor wijh refpecl to thefbueof An ac count brought by rheGerieral of Bnirlerf thar on ihe zjd nf Septvmbr the army vvas eompfed of thotifitd lortgihg tOithe iivWntry of the five ifelbnging o ihe light men maktogiaaU 23 500 till EL which are n be added 4coj nial tbe in the of the infantry of the li of the light the apd 400 the There therefore fit for invwdtJite errite iwoen an I ami almoft rltimber of flldicrs In ihe pttal was onffifth vF the 11 Several htujdred taking a of the intenfe ahd nuoleraole hich and Kich enfeebled or tendered impollible every ive invUgited the moft and even ru burn feveral in of Such is genral Boudets But there is one trifling ci ecu m II a which though it doesnot theauthenticityof rhe General s intelligence ought to be into consideration is that the French Government much later news from StDomingo General Bidets The latter had a verylong paf fage of 60 Heleft Domingo the of The previous dtfpatch publifhed by ihe1 of the 23d was brought by an AiddeCamp of the of who left the Cape on the of How iheaiarras excited by a later account can be diflipaied by an earlier we leave to the Moniteur to Eleanor a poor woman at the feU and fradlured Ucr Con a iianging oat clqatlu on a line fixed outfidc a hniifV in the cord gave and flic fell down three florics on the her fkull and bruited Wer in 3 moft fhocking manner they were both taken to Vtcrcerj Hojinor a fell down flight of in and had her arm very fluttered was alfo taken to Merccri Hofpitah acknowledges to ivcd Two being balance of a Turn colleiflil M Chariradlc nud has never been called winch he has given in aM of the Fund for relieving Sick Indigent the Rlgn the Earl of to Miw daughter of of county Wcftw to oi the city of John bf Cuttc in the Qiicrnt of in the of linen bleacher and to furrcndcr on the daytof December and 20th day of January We refpeclfuHy remind our Raders of a certain Rcmedv for that has neyer failed remove their tormenting and prevent them from ESSENCE OF MUS TARD poflefles liidfc eftimabtcVropertiMj its Virtue are not confined to Chilblains arc infinitely bet ter known and celebrated in having cured more RHEU and other debilitated than all other ever made public in cafes the moft and of nuuy years that have baffled all the means ufually From pcnetcating it alfo SPRAINS and BRUISES in thao halt the tune taken by or any other Linament or predated in and alfo in a Fluid State for externalufe may be had of aud at each Box or TOHN r in chargeupon nn Deanery faw Shlelrfi the night of ihe iith t of the bonfifc from his owij hJ o oclock came vvitl and loaded hii rhuJket uoder Peter Shields called W14rra dld were then fotir nf t n v i mfiF af in the county ot ort the 14 h the cafe that prt the of Jiflyhifl he faw Ryah lytofedeatf the in t i Y Surgeon lhat Thomas kyan appear tohave diid of mortal wotiad iirfli5led by a uny or Tortktf fatfh inftrumetrty charged with com iiftible l rhey art four ftota took a frejh nr waji ait home jn IfCevinrlreet on thrown himfelf on jfoii being 10 Oclock he heard hu4 zaingi and got wp i Taw people about tothe left he faw nine ten urined lafjetthty had iehis jumped arhongfj anrffwbrfl by rhe i6me people at the fountain founiaih tie vrds hands anddcfired th people away or i i i VI wjteri neuaw i 41 vr tUOKC abqutvhaU ipbke W heard t he expreOlpn made fow expreffipn made no not rhere 06 6 ihere wer iraHan of ere not ballj xw f6tne have been iHe the natty do ni fife therewill man fell was certain Shields know fired the examined next day at the trkjtleft was i hi bohHre there svas 1 On he faid he had no mo tivebut to come Shields a yeoman never heard that he atfed in or fdr the protection of heaLd no huzzaing for the nor any thing ol of li knew nothing about it did wot doubt but hey might have had one in Kevinftreet on the what iris nver heard the mob calling for the Hereiickt and bloody yeomen j always kept himfelf to many were round the bonfire on the or but faw the Jrilonr on the izth dancing round bar Keng a Iked as to the evidence given before the he laid he gave the teflimony he iften diit never heard that Shields as tlifltksd for his iciyalty never knew tmyluirtn of had known him the Being the yards dif tarke at i e he lib voice nsver heard that were bokeu that or his hcmf stiuireiv ar the bonfireon the wcjr dren rhere not of them had flicks io nnd roo from the hheard four or fue ihots was woundtd by the feiond or the witnefs exhrVtel what he called the mark of his bu neither the Court nor Jury appeared to diluiver On h ser he faid he was at home filter came and faid there was a and hewen ro it tell why rhe bonfire was lighted fau gretn on the but could noi tell the caufe heard a man fay there was a riot on the but did not believe him heard the windows of an wen but could not recollect whofe houfe had heard the name and forgot it cuujd not tell when it hap pened knew nme of the lays who acre aboutihe bonfire oneof them a marriad man there Were a good many fbme had flicks witnefs have but could nut tell liy heard of no other bonfire that ikirher in nor Backlane j faw a barrel on the fire j faw people throwing the burn ing iaVts heard nothing about bloody j was in Potrickflreut that took i there j Mffeu and v no lire in never heard thsre fueh a mib there as obtiged to difperfe iliem and put our the fire uns rh re ar fen oclock did not believe that the ProieftaiK inhabitants of Kevin were in any danger OH ihe i jth or of Margant Kearns lived in near the fountain heard rhe fhois on the h of July was her window the bonfire Watfon andShJeldscameup the flrcet thenr afterwards faw Shields fire t the deceakd flaggered and fell Kinch then cried p bloody end tft you Shields you had like to kill was pofkive there was no riot in the flrcet Oti fhefaid was at her window the wholfc evening heafd noperfiin fhout irtgj none biw little children near the fire was no mob nor green boughs about the fountain a boy put up a bit of a but it was taken direflly j heard nobody call for tjere nor any damn the King did not know the 14th of July was any particular nor Pa tricksday never heard of the French Revolution faw nobody throw burning flaves about knew what a Yeoman wat her hufbind was but re tirtd frdm his corps being prsfled fa id he turned out on n charge of wearing white but it was falfe has read bur never heard of the French Revolution never was charged with ftealing nor with living with a man who had another wife there were no riots on ihe I3th and but there were bonfires on the ift and lath faw no difference in Kevinftteet be iho I4th fad any day j nmr hwrjjl of there but vot why rernarkaWe on the 13 never or ttpn of tt bonfire O acdouni J noV that Yeomen were o frowdsfmm that the and were difaouoinitd was Dontlty faid went iden ned the prifoner hi gaol chat can thafl kiileKf four fired werefrpm ten to fifteen to prove by his fhot r He thathe ma falfely told the prifoner that the deceafed was and that what he had faid of ten or jvitneffes was equally cduld he account for having told Michael faw the prifoner at Sir WiHtamr and heard g Watchman alk did he f hootthe man He replied he nnd if it were todoagain a dozen more Wu nefs I i ved in Stoncybat and w ent from cu nofiiy jo the i On He fhid1 there about fifieen that he had never been a though in Dublin in mere y becaufr could not tpare time from his bufirels as a baker he was ftill a and his had much emreafed that he could fpare time to artend at Public Offices and a had been at Alderman Worthingtans office bur could not recollect the of the crofsexatnination went to invefligatfr the caufe of this witneft then appearing for rler firrt tirra and he appeared to give his seftimony omhis point with much embarrafTment and dif ficulty Muhosl Reed depofed that he faw Shields go ing to Kilmaiiilvam under n and iiOced fttn what he had clone Io which he re that he had a and remembered the timeBewould re warded for Croft Was prcfcnt at ihe former ard mentioned this lo but did not know Segrave to be the principal profe never was a Yeoman never laid the YrqmeJi were all but thnt a great many of them did fay that mare tbait dxyproteQcd in Upon ilus admiflion of the witnefs he was addreiled by tluj Learned Judges who pre fidcd and Fox and reprehended in the moft feveieixpreflions of rebuke for ftich a falfe and in decciif declaration He was told that if lie liadfuf hiiueil any injury the Law and every man but that nah general upon a loyal and hrave body of aflbciateil for the fuppoit of lieir King and were as unfounded as tdey were calumnious Stonier knew the who wa his wine fiorur he had left him in the even ing of the of perfedlly ibber to go to his home on the CrofsPoddle he was an inof there weremany very dilafTected prlons in Kevinirrett the day iifier the lie had foized a fellow in Hie mob abotit RyimN who cried out that he wifli tokill ten Believed that were miny bonfires and on the i4th to celebrate the Krehch and that tlift perlons who met would be slad Wtfeftjoy loyal i T D F E N Henry Paimer a gentleman of the lived on the 14th of July near vin llreel was to his iireetdooi about tenor eleven a tibtit the foun of apnnreiilly about 500 perfoos exulting he particular ejcprellions he cuuld not but fome women as t he v pried it theic turn the noHwhad enereafirg from 8 oclock in the it grew fo greit as to bring fiiirl fhouling continued un til after the fhotiwrre fired heard three and recolledecl njore becnule had heard nfter that a man had known the neighbdiiFhooil and though it very af the laft ef wh h he ntilllh the ac count in Uie did
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