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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - December 18, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                2E3BC A Dutch Mail arrived yelleday Our private rral pondent at ihe infofms til th tho French thipshlave arrived to em bark thft troops In Holland for their ijn been f iddenly prevented by an unexpyrfted ordeY froirt On r correfpond fince Lord Whitvvorths arriv at dnubts are entertained upon theiubjecl of this expedition to The rumours deftruclion of Conftanitno we are happy to not Our private letter that thefhock of theearrh quake wit felt in that city but it does fny that Miy very great damage was li is cer that it has been fevere in irs effects in other parts of the Turkifh The Ionian Sea violently agitated on the dayh took the Iflsnd of Ithaca was laid It was even where feveral houfes were thrown The Firft Confulis faid to be expected at Ant werp in the ioutfe of a few letter frotrt the Banks of the Maine that an application tins been made by OUT Government that of for f ttte relative to the Riture Thi occurrences week afford abundant matter for iwisfaclionV and indeed extiltariMii We hejkttily cingTatulateour on firmnefs and rrmper which Iwve in tnguifliqd a whole conduit an8 h e happy effedl the public rnind by tne Chancellor of the Exche quers Admirable Starement of fufficicntly demonfl rated by the extraordinary rift in the Funds on Confidence in his Mtjeftys Government feems daily to though we have never been able todifcover a want of except in one quarter the vigour of combined with pacific fupported with the of rhe and barked by apparently feem at leaft to hold out a fair profpecl tj this favnlffd of a contisuanre of ihtfe for which we are indebted to the vigi tfie and moderation of prudent The New paper of the ad contains lan article from New Sinceoqr the Intendant hasde ttermiaed to fhut the port immediately on the pub lication of orders for which are expected by she next Letters have been received from the Vigheft authority in vyhtch flate that Louiftanq does not remain ceded Another letter from New wo days Thir portis to he fhuftgftinft Americans in ten days from this date j and the veffels here are to convey away the property now in French are hourly rlooUed We havg received accounts from SK more in derail presented in our but Mill of a prior date to the official vi hirh are rated to have reached By a letter from Cape Fronpois of the 15th o we learn that the fixation of that coun try was daily becoming mor4 and that the Blacks had taken Port dEpee by and all the white Another Jetters Tranquillity appears ftore difiant now firm at any period of the km fhduld it be r eft ore d it rnuft be the of vafl Ireafure and of The Bigands are at our in fight of iho town and every night exienfive cnn iigraifons in the furrotnJing AH foreign ers are compelled to enroll tTiumfvIves in the Na tional The Commandant at AuiCayes dad ordered Negroes b be feized who could not give o acco nt of thtfmfelves nunVlicru daily hung There were earl v in October of ten Ihoufaml revulttd Nc groei in part of the The mountains J nearly one entire from FttdtGoave to Cape Dame and Les vvrre in their uivnifturbed T4iey have pillaged and mafTacred all Whites found tit the A had inverted and ravaged the whole the adjacent fending in die well as far Some of war cob A fiftygun hy opportunely iiriving voff faved Ihnl and contributed to the fafcty ol The Blacks undertaken expedition but we are uninformed as to ihe At Port tho French troopn are vtry 4icklyf ten at the date of the Jail were hut iecl At ihe irnrrifon corn pri Cos 1200 many of whom are in trie The of 1 nnd mod of Iho perloni appointed by ihe Engltth alionii are retained their new du ties payable In tho ifland aru 2t doflnrs port Charges 4 wo per on all fatcv urd fo on the purchafe of colonial produce A Sunday Paper that a letter hat been ftCeiired 4t Liverpool from dated ihe 9th of which rpprtfpms the in the Dutch Colonies in as being fo ftrongty imprefTed with idea Liberty and asjto excite confiderable aUrniarnong ft the White letter from Denierarp We are again troubled by the Maronh Negroes and am afraid we have a general rt yoft of the In this ate forry o that on the return of many of the inhabitants of Philadelphia to that under injprelEon that rjte fjver rmd firb that detractive malady Jud and otcafinned ftireral 4f The oth nod loth Weft hich sMf at Sf havejsrnvddat The regjmentf Jiove come i The Bermuds Paper tie atJ feVeral Inaia inan4f hwrfut rhrir pirtsagainfthe to their having fuch a pumber of their veifels andteamen u There are Rreat number ofvefTels well as leametiifDid fome meafure U highly neccfTary to top the pre fent trade between fhfe tflandi and the almoft exclufiHy in Arnerlcan The Dey of Algiers is dated to have had an in liritifh andSir Hugh w demanded a chimge of the Britifh and the payment of a deb which he tffbrted to be to to the threatening in the event of or of delay beyond the cjofe of the prefent encouraged by the fuccefsful attempt of Oime mn hs pafl fent a fquadron of three fait of the line arid two to ctsmand the reftoration of all veiled captured by the Algerine and to threaten the blockade of Afgwrs trr cafe of But the Dey knew ihe chapter of thofe he had to contend wiih j of vrWh requifitiou made of he demanded of Spain the of her claim to the tefTels and cargoes in and prefents to the value or onehundred ana thirtytwo thrYufancf fhonld be fent to and the fleet ihould be recalled in his threatening war in event of failing in the project of made the withdrew her abandoned her Count a Member of firft Cohten tion of and inconfcquence oftheorr galnifation of affairs then talcing quitted that and hasever fince reftded iu faiFed on Wednefday laft in the Ptincefs of he was deflined never more to a French Packet ran foul ofthe Englifh one in during the the Count was obferved to drop down foddenly upow the dipck upon lifting him he ws found to be totally de prived of life bat whether imapoplexy at that trioment terminaed his as rathec from fome appearances ftboUt hi per he had received a Violent blovv frojn the boom of the cannot be afcertatned the body was conveyed back to and is now lying at Sterickerfs a gentlrrnan whtife per fonal appearance wasof a very ppfleffing and whofe features were uncom monly On Friday a Court of Directors held at the Eaft India the following arrangement made in at Fort St confequence of the late appointment of Lord Cavendifh as LieutenantGeneral James Second in William Third in vifinal John Fourth in the roorri of who refumes hisftation as of of the Americanjfhip H oYt zzd an ifland about feven in South and ii Eaft The Ifland appeVed to be well covered with but he coutd ap proach fufficiejuly near whether or not ir Was Fouf in 5 North and 663 40 faivanTtherlfland about four leagues in the want of com petent boats prevented Nei ther of are rnarked any map or on caving pro reeded to Faulktajtds where he fix anrf1 was fuccefsful in getting He then went to the ttfand of Sotith and fiaid three months lie then attempted to proceed to China round Cape but after beating about for fixty He was obliged to abandon the and into Pork on the CoaR of and afterwards retuni River la where rtraained three months to dry his He nexe touched at port and in his pafTage thence to where he difpofed of his kins to great advantage he made the difcovery in v f In the Court of Common Pleas on aRion wasbrought by with the plaintiffs It by the ftatement of tiffs Courifel that plaintiff and defendant were Sitrgebas in the and together far a long time on terms of amity that defendant in vaded the facred bonds of and feduced the plaintiffs witueftes fortheprofe aad fome leters which paifed between the lady and her proved the wit in favour of the defendant pruVed that the treatment of plaintiff to his wife previous this been inconflnnt and Afjer fome remarks from Lord that the mifcondudr of the hufband fhouldnotbe held out as a fhield of protection for the the Jnry returned a verdiclfor ihe In the courfe of a trial on in the Court of Kings Lord upon the authority of Lord Chief Juflice laid down avery important that no wit nefsfhallbe bound to anfwer any queftion which tends to degrade or to fhew him tb befh This dnelrine was very conuor verted by contrary to but his Lordfhip U to be the Law of The Dublin N rt Court Dancing Atten dant nn the Cattle hki the honor to the Nobility that ht has removed tenfive aad General AfTbrtinent of TRUSSES of an proved Conftrudktoo hitherto aaknowa in tfcii which in the very wotft CaTes of Rupture will afford the noft fcafonablc The want of Rich Article in the many dutgcrout and diftreflfing of hat been long the caufc of paiofut anaictiei to the Affltdledj to know their Ihrcs canbvt be a momestt fccuVe witb HBUI fuch SUKLOKAKK hat fo arranged this buBneft with PubHe mar be alwaytfureto nieet a Confrant Supply of thefe Inftrumentt for Curing DhlortcA liegi aoi Feet of Diftorted and every article of Machinery where eaalxe rtlievedby Mechanical which gained him ilift Faculty in NEW CYCLOPEDIAS J Commercial reipecT fuH mfonni the SUBSCRIBERS to the NE l5jr The many melancholy dileafei to which the human frame it and ivMch are but too frequently brought an by wilful producing imbeci nervous and all the train of miferable wat the primitive cauCe that induced die ul FoTHiaqiLL to prepare catted TheRcftoraimr Elixir Eflcnceof the celebrity of which outftrips any thing hitherto Baronet of this Couotry baa given public tcWmony of fee delivered gratia at the Medicine Office of Spilflmry and Maryftrcct aoid The Medicine to be had at fame Iuici that the FIRST PART of the SECOND VOLUME of that Work now for He eafnefll entreats thty will have thd goodneft to Tend for their aslromtlie very latge Wuniber hat to nay be fffvcral before tiecoutfi poffibly ddivec A few Copieft of the FIRST VOXUME rnty alia be Defiember The ChefterMail due oit and the Holy head IVfail due on arrived in the evening of the latter day j their Contents willbr foimd in our preceding We have alfo been by bur private Cor to lay before our Readers thofe pro ceedings of the Houfe of Commons which had occurred on Monday evening before the departure ibe MaiU tttrtfttmi a inttb more etfafa TTO THE 2DTOR OF THE BUBLltf DURING rhe period of the late and o thnfe political Cunvulftons which unhappily dif traced the opinions and ations of men became fo abftracled in the clufivecoafideration of thefe and of the unhappy confequencei which replied from that i can havreJrcued no furprizr if the prima rv all who value the prcfperijy ef a Nation its internal Improve rrv its domef tic ant foreign were a de of neglect and apathy higMy prejudicial to general interefts of the and ju lifted by nothing but that refusing from the burrcs before alluded mott I am gratified to already by the return of apathy complained of is in a great rfteafure and the gradual ex of thife feuds whichcontributed o rrtuch to interrupt our domeftic and marred by their frighting influence every facial t to NCA life and fpirit will thus invigorate our difcord wilt give place tt commercial enterprize and agricultu is this exem plifies jsj the noble and praifeworthy exertions of tha Farming Societies and by a general emulation of thofe trairs of national which have ib cool picuoufly elevated ihe ifter country in the Ccalc of we may hope by progreffive degres to reach if not entirely at leaft fufficiendy fo to rahfe us as a companion worthy of her grearnefsand profperity There are tvo periods of fingular importance in the fhort annals of our Commercial Htflory both of thefe aretoo recent in the memory of the pre eat generation to be To the jfifft we owe that tiered debt f gratitude which every nation muft when advanced by the vir tuous and patriotic exertions of its a ftateof to one of compara tive fWcdom and The flattering hopes and profpecls wjiich accompanied this emancipa were amply fulfilled the rnpid approaches to profperity and greatnefs which annually followed its and although the unbiaffsd obferver of the preftnt dayr in recurring to the political cooftitutton which formed an efTentiarpart of great arrangement which then took is obliged to afcribe to it many of thofe evils which afterwards vifited this difturbed and finally placed ihe rnercy of the British Min ffer yet we muft always at the proudeft of Our as period whence Commerce began to rear as into an important truly valu able member of the Britifh In palTing to the fecond period to which hnve js foon and vie rec jg nize at thegrand meafure of a Leg i flat Meafure from which fo muctt danger apprehended and fo little has Mea fure w hie hk by confolidaiing the Repiefcntative created au unity of encreafed the intimacy of flrengthened and efta blifhed in foreign countries and in our c ilnies a confidence in our national credit and w hich has already produced ihe rnoft beneficial effecls to tradej and at it is fhvrtly era dicate that commercial formerly K de to the interelis of but efpecially that which then was the Although the provifions in thrs great arrange ment were in themfelves as liberal and enlightened as the of circumftances would yet are taught by ihs experience of the fhort in terval already that to derive from U thofe and cxtenfive advantage it was to in a parliamentary that thy The practice of devoting tl Ihe difcuffion of Irjflt enough but it is ibfttrd grcmnd fufficienflv itfcii riod ablence of tin v There isMrill fomething it not ftarted pfconi there are few great Q mercial that maRnot afiedl componenf ot the t commercial influence at powerful sirif in itsnsnure eVciii ttf preferve the balance equal and the ons of the Britifh Mini ft ry cbnftantly backed fay the vigiUnce and ieat of par own Re prfrfentatwety if by si pbrfeverance this dereliaion of we hereafter hm occaflon to complain stither of it we may fairly as have now no pretext to refbri which the letfhn of fuppofed 6f might nave formerly are now returned to T ownmoft anxious and ardent the niofl fulemn and public affotances of an undc vtating nndconftant attention toouttintereAs honour U therefore facredly pledged to difcharj their doty to their country I cannot better enforce tfcefe than gf adducewhat I conftder to of negligence fufEciemly important to demand our fc rs lately officially that they have the to propof certain the privilege of the duty of thereby in a limited figntficarfon af vtiif FREE This lively fafisfaclion in every pan cially in thofe Ports which exbedi potant a in has been officiallycommunicaiskifTiji or our has itexcired that fjhare of publicxintereftv which it Htrelv The acknowledged obftacle under WhichVve labour us a Commercial Countryr Ja want ajid 1 conceivethat no bedevifed better cakulated to affi ft and obviated his than the The Lords of Trade and Plantation ia London have been for a confiderable timepafl oc cupied in the difcuffion of this important j feveral plans were fubmitted to and after mature deliberation this was This arrangtnem is diftincuy nnderftood to meant the freeadmiffion into certairi Ports of every fpe cies of foreign free of W t duty of to be lodged iii warehoufes appropriated for that taken put at of for home confurnpiionr or for ex In the former cafe to pay the accuf tomcd and in the latter Co With no additional expence of courts the ttouWefome and vexatious reftraints of drawback done It is not in thisinnanCe the Alt of Navigation is to be difpenfed with j I Every Commercial man muft admit this to be a jwife and highly calculated to promote the great objecls of and domeftic How far we may exped to be confidered in an arrangement of i his importance I know not but furely ihe fubjedl is of fufficient moment to Axcite the anxiety of the and the combined exer tions off the Reprefeutative Body in their The to which 1 could chiefly addrefs I nothing to apprehend by compact fhe is already for it was fure held outto reconcile her to that ef Union but here it occurs to me that in difcufiiitgthe Quef improvements might pofflbly and from what fource could Government or our own JRefreJantativts fo properly derive as from the commercial interefls of ihe city do not yetatft from evils which all muft now depiecatt t they have hitherto warned that importance which rheir and confequence ought to command an unity interefts in a great community ought furely rr create a unity offentiment and operation let thisp be the fo far tit leaft as arc concerned j and let he ereAed cu a Ghamoer of C by which they may quire a rrfpetfatolity and a reprefentation worthy of themelves Queftions of commerce may be difcufTcl and deliberated on j regulations in ffitohly conducive to the imerefts of the m3y einhir be adopted for local or ve M parliamentary fandiion grievances into and redreffcd by the fame means f foreign and correfpondenoe to their and by combining their exertions and views wuhrrrner inftitutionSof a fimilar nature throughout thi for there is no outpon of iulconlequMcer that has not already inftinuion of this they might at lengthfx en abled to embraLe every of be nefit which could advance our in any way improvehofe which tne country derives from its natural A body I conflitutcd would be eminently qus lified to give infurmation either to our Reprefen tatives or t and would undoubtedly command that rcfpefl to they fiuCerely hert devoted to the would gladl receive hints on o any fubject ol or national This Gentleman has u clwrader of a liberal and enlightened and I am convinced would virxv with L any meafure which had for its principle fo lauoj WVheSnaJting requires but link few leading would have no difnn y effecling the it be ajiended 1 fhall on a future fome further hints on the oaturs of December   

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