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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - December 21, 1802, Dublin, Dublin OP Parliament ai to neral ivas of a ijjiture to of the Hbille demand was Tfwy the dig hccafiort T r i and brought Bill for impofing certain i vanrs of the thefnoft gallant eW i vanrs of ihe BwtiihCi Vfonof HiFlaW of chfc Tree Im viotated by the authbriwiiye andich manner in whieRriKF e apper Setrri both th ar4 frbin whiiijhi Ppiilcl witfeut reafon t cent jottapfe their JVi i i He it buthe was far from deihabdiijg 1The ttjat the Noblts Lordsiwho fpokeoh the other fide of Htiule the Duke of Norfolk and Earls of Spencer and Cartiilo had not been L fi tb obght lo put lor Clpncb I A onlthat Parii I htf Britjflii t L t iy t Vftah ldtfil f that w ent to extent which ing what 3ie By to fuppofe that foroe t f i thfonigh of the JP JA 1C a Morthy bad vvus fuch theris cpiild feiwc tnluiniiiwiy c mo ti To Kis in owned that Uiey in poflelfion ol a knowledge efithje circuniftances of the they no new corhmuiiiia from fatisfy tlheir tjbal they m to thin I it were true thai I that n ft art 4 It it I m dureit In ihtr fupprbf Miffe S vyiU eny jtJany Npfatei r voiesoffhe1 a witoh they 16 that liacff out of Ihere iar Y4 rv j I was h h Whieh not exprtfTeilJn1 hvir in decifiolts of bvttin 1if pf circilmihincei fimiiarlio ithofe in pre in th pre civt without having received from the Crownfettft explicit commmucation of wlitlher they wee for w h a t pJari inlernal 4jraa of tKfe i rthey y ofvRichard e wooUen fqir the fu fpejifion all profecutiqnfpppm certain A51s relatin to the woollen manufaclu thenpu t and Afl4 Gpnttnuation to that in cortfequence of the great iraporta tibn of fugari attrirtg the three glxit of IhiUParricle in ihe The refill t that a conliiiElerii bielreduclion had jalien the and there was the lofttoriie importers importers ihotold to I be upon t he ftatiori bf and for ettcoursrgenierir of ptlr larger fltt it Report tW He o of malt preye importation of Ktritiftt ttf movTO thai pr ingv upon the ii hich being agreed hemoved in place ieries be above the average price of 351 and fliall not exceed there hall be granted a drawback i T t 4 to From to on refined Sugar when average price of the hiindred it above ahd does not exceed From From to the following duties on brovyn and Mufco s average pHcVfliaH and not exceed per to 40fc The From to 1 He ed intoIrelnndior a li Report to be received in er the 1 Earl demanded n at it in taH filsitejf in theEfpule It n thai iwas tfotofietjrr report niOfe ruiivipiihy tlie jhiiri iq foiuid upon fueh rily jls proceedings tinxonftant otllKir UordfbtpSfo pro the yipliite I fc lo tf fipjuijiianv Kwt fiirely it could obtain to of thie he Inid rfcfpefl 16 the milttary and naval tTieexpenfcc of the fciVil of the Courts dwi and dilmiffttf of Tandy JA y the report the be and moved tnv a GSmtViittee be appointed tomorrow w con fider bounties irid upon eicpotted from I Mrr BURDONtnoved for leave to up a petition frbiri the Ship owners of the Gity of praVipg for the repeal of the Toimage the CtiANCEJLLOR of faidi ihat macje of the incrcafcd t rade of the was not with a view to exhibit a cafe hoftile to the wifties tff the but make gcnerat reprefenration of tiie growing flatebf J Cfc had heard faid of the decreafe of Liverpool thought Ji his dmy to fet foot a ona com the ihips entering in and in iSpr jiiJbeing i of Jo clear the number of Englifh fliipj vvas faf and in the year it foreign fttlps were in th Ibrmer decreafed to he tonnage in jformer was 1 5 1 In the Jatter foreign tonnage at ndihg periods for the former 461 for ihe The of the 1801 wat in might jrjdeed be jvRfy fuppofed to make 9 nuinhsr pf trigs in time of peace than in pertods making every allajyarice na the ftatcmem TheSECREiAR5r WARgave tr was intended diat this flibuld liefer it may The gt bring the wording of i claufe re ativa to Djdenring in the Aif for the enrolment rthl licehfed iitdi btfeW formerly exempted j but ah taiti ng antithber of perforis the tlie beeliilwprjdle4 in the bordng to theconflrudUoiv of which the licenfe ftiotrtd be taken in the courfe of the jfcar t and this the haidfhiptobe Leave t nqtige of his the the pay and clothing of Miliia jivnj thjs year Miliua ek of t bought it to qdvertilo the SfKiety extending irfetf other the putpofe of Cpllflrfling tiorts under the pretence of procuring fub The Society was called the Weftern the tranfadion was of a fvtnd and i the perforo t iubtcribjng had if jpejrlosis ti Vi hoot they gave their money or reiuledjft and the Houfe jfhould if thefeptrfons honour enough feaUy provide would norprovide ihein from the imrnfediate iiihabirafli 4 of the to the ipirit bni fr6m ihdn g of the day for the fecond reading of the Bill regulating the Corn Trade between fcng and was put off till The Bill fdrconTolidating the I rtfh Militia was read a fecond and committed for General GASGOJGNE wifhed to know for the information of the the Medltertanean ifihe regulqung jthe Trade wiih was and he wilji ed the increafed quantity of Chipping emf
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