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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - December 23, 1802, Dublin, Dublin V HOUSE Tim Qrdfrof the Day beiti nnj nrul fur fome of them nccntcrtrfmut he hkheft but xtfMitty fit petMed Tvery pKStaw futlv rnuft depend eidher Hie fcrtrat and light to upon inefeflnd to the actcflSon of lentoVjritiade S toruin into a the bteflingidf peace j but Wheri the pf on ttie wife arid laid Sd6wn by f by fc Vuin i t y i v JT ft never come into r tne otittir oraer f into a Cohii a Bill of which nli Irewg he iWo at the head Pthat Witr or IUCD If iyt ol thai irtjtlrieufe r m woufd have hy gityilhuii jn a had been Vpt foVfen Lord fpoke foirne pbiVrvattoiii hatj he felt htmielf ralidw ed pftKeIate Aamirjiftra iadjpted by deftroy Subvert v the the count it guiltst they lay as fhoMQlders as on thofe of tw a m caie w treaa in tne iteps wily of ordtr permanently hefiwe ujoW fiich parj i the were were not Hi would not Noble Lords in Vbich were irreljvam in 1 he was that noifet cptintrym and and leivvpiiid ptjrit and frel iAS t inthis of hit arguments did not that they ought fa of Supply before thfni jripitbtfcaufe Eftabliihrnents to be provided foi4fey i wefe of ol his character in of the warmefVeulo vT Vesfom i even durjrtfc hit or redjuclngihe the tay ibiat it may ns the tioiis Arrant tjoojc iwr tu Nawrl of Fraiice i vr P1 ppinf pit thefe and and re nr Jf coud flot that r the abihtyand i ftf 4ratwnr rtiay not and re coujd flot that r the in hkrh thefc forces Funds an I Jir were irtpo0ibe of t he Gou u fK floif IV the removal Upfin r ci He jttd atWiys acled Vuli ibe gr A fote thV NnbieLnrds tl and Wit h a Noble tiorvl on th w w h iWeJfeelie ve t he Nd Wjf roed alluded to who a frcftliit With reQiWJi td the and the important cirr cumftnnces connected ieU likpian Eng Jiihman all cdnfifc which he Ihould think himfelf very un of the fituaiion he hid ihe honour to if hie were weak enough to enrtr a difcuffiori of them at fpoke his fentiments on this with the feeing of a man who humbly hoped that thofe who went before hould nothave to reproach them with fuch ia duty they would adi upon thff great and leading and ihey would 0rive to preferye tlie and endeavour to faye the wkw liaej lieSjri fb mifcqnceived not jthe pbjetfl of Lords on hi fidepf tlwir only that the Houfe ffiquld paufe until Minifers would condefccnd to tread in of their anceftorr upon conform to the efla blifhed praclicfe of TKe Barl yi feemed inclined on the approye the cpriducl of out esi pnefled hifqppreKeniioni in flrong at the inoreafing power of conjoined with he was of could laws to the whole Great Britain Lord HOB AKT that the honour of the Country had net teen by the of hii Majeftysprefcnt Notoneof them would continue in office were1 they neceffijated tofubriiit tp any adt which tended to the IJJatiorial Lord GARYSFORTobjefled that ihershadnot been lufficient informcttion laid before ihe Houfe TO authorize them to water for the Supply more fiawmentt were linacfe on the pan of his Majefjya The Duke ol faidi his Majertj Minifteri hould it and he thought jftey were rl in fltan inents from that uhder the prefent circumflances it might npt be proper to Lord GRENVILLE it was thein of or of his Noble to op the but it merely a qtjeflioii as The oppofition was merely to the Oder of the Day being now in the hope that fome communication in the mean be made hii Majefty refpeJt to the rnotives they ivere called upon to the caljed it u execute the Treaty of whilft had afled in de fianca of it lipweveni it WaVneMIVy to faufe before we up the Cape arid were tJie fcejf of thejSafl Indies the key bf The Qspe and Cochin had it feemtd been aljeajdy At to informaiion was ftill whether it was retained at a policy witfr gewral lelJiUQns of tiehrMf burrefdorifefcwrWI si i roughly he L upon a of fomuch tr 4 V i fniif wat prqvccfi mail sind thqt inconfifletitwith thefe forms ti apppjntifto a and it tnuft 1 r of r unf Me here abufes did reall i d frcierjt evidence Jrad betsin tii cafe rttat it flbirfss dtd he vras the Baard if it tyas incornpetem K thecorreclion newahd known a fufpicion thai the BoaTdof Admiralty not to by the but only ithe abttfei in the kmer to the correction of the Board was fully At all he contended that the interval of the recefs pujghit tp for The afaafis pf upwards pf years were to be examined by thii Cemmiffion and it was harclly pofiible that the perfons Were chargeable with thefe abufesj thu bill hanging over their would add rnuehtotheir enormity during a period of fix 10a thefe grounds he CPnttiided that ought fo lie oa the T rstt nf i HC of faid that the Gentlemancertainlyhad not examined with his andt for in every Ad that paused for appoint ing a Commiffion to examine the Public great more authority had been conferred upon tlieCornmifltoners than was done in the pre inflance nube Gentleman might yince he attended to the powers Vefled in the s for the exarnina ion of Public m the year 1780 and The Horu Gentleman exprefled his lurprife at ihe pteclpi taticy with which the bill carried through the That abufea did exift and were praolifed during tht aft whh that increafe and with which when are always there coutd be no doubt and when abufJsdid he cpuM not divine why any delay hould b made removing them j he could not Conceive whnt theartpreHehfions Hanger fnn this exprefled by the Hon were This was not a tribu nalinveford with the pmver of inflicting punifh but a appoinred to inquire exiflmg and in a report of their pro to If no abufes Veallv did then ilie bill wat certainly but it was proved that abufes pracWed prc to i he year Which excited the attention of the and an inquiry had time was necelfarily fufpevtded on account of the was new which intended ro b carried through the Houfe with a precipitancy calculated to take it Ijy An hnd been made to the executing this roeafure j but vyith refpcft to this he was happy that he had ic year appointed without the frnalkft It was that the Boatd of Admiralty were bufimy in to be fub to the inyeftigation oC the Whence uch a lufpicion arofe he was total y Tram Wh but the that
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