Dublin Journal, December 24, 1802

Dublin Journal

December 24, 1802

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Issue date: Friday, December 24, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - December 24, 1802, Dublin, Dublin FT V i Hi we are happy w it entirely effect of ifce flight he Queew than fhe has been for fome in 4 recent Mont i ftated to have France it is Lotdfhip couiahot induce n ktfcfaflofy anfwer The Archduke Ferdinand is about itfbe married the of ajid on the to to the wi the authority tha in addition the new Electors thV Mediating rfieGrand BoW of of the Teutonic Or VA eflerday ttie Funds were Emperot hts not fdnflion aifluig the reafons which oppofe fuch a by rrteans of pririci tQ theadopifon of t of jof att will any d ivill it tn a flkuntidn to its hefipti to its the rrttdiatihg arid themrereft vbicij it takes inf rartqurtllation of J Until the or ent hall be wrtde to the Extraordi eputation of the the uhderfiened to hirrjfelFtheO right fo make all pofiiblfr fabjoin which even after the the peitaitattonf fotne yotei before to be complete id to the Treaties of ftill wantof vartousndditlonS and The Courier de Londretof laft night that plant was lately propofed by French Goyern to procure thj if tthe principle that the Qovernroent Ihoqld bcnau5 thorifid to fend to the iujcfc perrons re ftfditidiis or who may be dangerous to the public peace at The Com vJby the Senate xto examine report among welte for the pryet till ent fliouW phe ptrfoni and the jits The thought the Senate have leaying the detail of theprovifionito the CoUhtil of The ill again to fubmittcd to the State ties fly asit of the of MW hv u has lately beerj the fubjecl qf a literary contention at M ho regrcp that the Kirft Conful of France imitated the moft illuftriotu ad of extol the as the gWaieft General wherever afcertdancy in the progrefi of a Reyolu and admirers jf that the genius of the Eng and bw fpisit pdot j that reflpred the race of the becaufe he was to nobler the gigan tic mind of the Corficari Hero alone canteR is doughtily and may con till the Conful by oUe of siewfafliioned Letteu give the victory to liU k i i i Afrer expenditure of upwards of in fitting up the Palace of Cloud Jfot the refi dcnce of his phyficians have declared that the is too low and and in to Iheir the Palace of Verfiilles is to bo at probably an equal for the accommodation of The Britim have rivalled the Chinefe inthe of the Moluccas goldduft in Celebes is exchanged for of four hundred thoufond oJf cln tiataon was fhippied from Colombo jgrearer quantity nxt A facloty s Vut to tftablijned at art of the materials of the Commerce de Mar particularly 300 it be ufed in uildiue the Union arid HibWnia of and the Caledonia of i zo An order has been received at Plymouth the Oifeau and Thefe frigates were originally built of fir have been a Dumberof years in the and art very much AM of fit a gale of wind on Friday a quantity of wafhed on fliore in Waliacy i between ihe Rock Perh and jHoylakei and from the marks rand it is fuppofad to be a fmall Anni from Lime for Liverpool this circumftance it is fenred the Jordans je out oil her a few evenings in Drtirylane i but rhe villains wefe new jDifirnTng taken f The Spatiito 44 on one tmridred antf thirty tlionfnnd doif lars I Poirhi Rico to Cttdiar On thei4lh of Favourite PdtrrlancL Madeira ftU 36 tlut at in aind tlic faftf that thfcir ut moft al the taint Favourite would croniiri66 jtr fee ttould landy four lijl uhcji U VewVlheavyVfriile froih Jftftien tT MjLM ftltj4 fttit M tjarifloriing I ift by thfcj 4Aa V j v women arid whom The ollowmg melancholy which we fear is to6 worftd a iVCaK man a convert to the doctrine of Predeftjnation wretched furvivors of the memorable Ihipwteck off Folk i fc W f J after receiving all thecomfort tpA affift a wsii could ai as they were put on Duchefg of rveffel thfr CommMnJ ed hy a young man pf the name of til 4 order mlghibe cwve they failed oft a fine and fc of ttejeofnittg nightk If tfaVnexfafly the flern w that which belonged to the having thefe unfortunates on fp that it is that they Bave all and that neither their ownftruggles jih the inftance eieriiohs of their fellowcreatures to re vojce their waterygravel A violent ftorm happened at Nicfr on the ffft vvhich excited thegreatefi wai pro ductive of much The furroumling coun try was and the lower apartments of triA 4 A a current formed itfelf iri its tourfe deflrpy ed a number of gardens full of and whilft the wrecks of large and tWejrelfeea floating The imtles were the fwyjof the Sorne ofthe mhabt tams afiertw that they feh a ihotlwaf arit eattji quake in the In the Court oF Comrqon Pleas on a cauie or fome imereft as on Account of Irs being one op i he in vhlch Hatfield was The Nucelbr isa merchant in this and the a a at Haifield ing become acquainted with the defendant prevail ed onhim to enter into flmrtly after his baying corjup to farmed an acquaintance with the plain and induced him to transfer Three per tocthe of The Jury found a veVdicl for the plaintrfffor beine value of of the imereft f an Jnquifitibn was in this the of Kings Bench before arid a Special of fhe laid At fiir iHe Rated client was Captein wf a man of and hid been yeatiin the of his In the year natural daughter of Sir The plairitjlt was the brother of After having tefided fbme time with his and by her a bay and two he was obliged to in to the he left her to draw upon But on IMS return found his wife haTi after having plundered him of a confiderable part of hi anideferted his She went pff in after ing drawq money t the amount of In fhe feajied her by birth of a It was proved that Pf had lived in open adulteiy withVthe defendant at The up for the defendant was of a nature highly It appeared that he had fix came Court habitedMike a ftr vant for the purpofe of hearing his own Keing pointed he immediately Jtfry gave ft vttddl for ihe pahiiffv with REVKN of the Net fill the Permanent years ending the loth of iSoiand the year ended the lothof 11 the year fndc4 A jelly has lately been made at Paris whlsh flated 1n the French Papers to preferable to tiny made from One po of it is yields four rjounds of vj This1 jelly of foup is to be introduced irjtjji Hofpitnls at Paris inflead of any The Rnjah of who had long refifted inarms the authority of the Government of My s has Anally defeated bya detachment the Southern Britifh ailifted by The Rajah effected hisefcaue intp the Hill Country he been arid fcutetfccd tq f but the are lira Mom Every of our alibi had feparafe Ireatiei of before we figtted the Prii in oaober Mohttftur RTaycty aflerttlhat pecerand The in favour o tti a flflVilh 1 wy f W hat of jbmfcjville had been effe Ihalhe that it loi he peace of Aknf poft the feritcnce in if that interfere n th y T readers j Vfuci vf II muy lhaf of the fame defertjwont ttOlifed as T5ri f t nffve icfilatefl tuid that they have been oVimpiiHwt prevent thelctMufi put nf to for the idepotatiornof tnt acknowledgrng onclufuhv which ittiyreprfclent for he prefentj fn an invariable TnanjieTrthoarraiige rnenl anjltiioy to tefiainste ob jeclswhich fiill remains for The formaKcontent of the Emperor it not waited the Germanr Stufes have been put into poffeflion of the Government and the with the evoepliorii of the Ehfeclor of h 1131 excluaedfroni The Grifonsare Two thoufand were to embark laft week for Weft Thtlf of the French troops for Loui fiana has been deferred fbr a The Pitt is feft front his recent Weuriderftand the LortH ofthe TtreaTaty are bufily employed in invefiigating the ftate of different Rojal with a view to their n fiord ing the means in future for a rcgula ply of timber to his Majeftys Royal N more important objecl certainly could gage their Several Boards Jate been fptnially held on that Bofion Papers to the of November are re The Palladium of vernor authorifed the anceof the intereourfe between Nova Scoiia and the United States till thesoth of Aprilnexu In addition to the communication lately have now that on the 8th a large party of Blacks attacked the town of Port de carried it by the whiteinhabitants to ihe velfeU laden with amvedtat Cape Francois the day and on the iohi tire Admiral fent frigate and a floop with fqr the purpofe of retaking the After a very pbilmate which continued two the Blacks gave carrying with a large fup ply of A ktler foiH the 25th of Au that violent Ibock of ah earthquake had been tn moft of the Euftern Jitters by Dutch that ad vices have been received at the dated on the of Auguft from the ftating the arrival of ievtral fhips of war and tranfportswith troops tot take poffeffion of that It was to be to the Dutch threedays after the date of ihefc confefs that we do not attachr implicit credit to contents of them for it flated fome tirtte that the fquadron deflihed for the iape at the Canaries on tho of An unexpected firrnnefs of by theDutch Government to the totake the command of theFrehcli trodps in He acquainted the Dutch Gdvernnunt with his and that he ihould fix his headqUBrters at the to Which pity he fhoyld troopa as a The notificaiion much forJt was fuppofedthauhe Dutch were to be relieved from ihe burthen of The Batavian Government fignified to the Frencn that they could not recognife him in Chief of the French troops in the It is alfo that they have declared to the French Government their refolutbn not to continue payirig thofc troops beyond the end of this naadifpaiched courier to the intentions of ater Ww I IT j mw honfet iu of were Tl earthquake Vat all Qn t be ifr tobe ifvhedoissnot ftate thefrttth lie the object of ihdfo it an4 ihe deparrnrehtft mentioned fltll we vlewi with jestmify ands dread the adoption of any mea Brit v The fbHovrfne Oii A velvet Hilf boofk 4 V JDIampit JMhoh fdr carats o l Hilt of Vabre cf fojid a oft J Diamond in the oft t Called the Regent eyctof Crocodile oTbettbriUiinU li Total raltie Analyfii of the above and ufefui 151 It Ofnameotal part The0 coflly apparel and furniture of prefent a fine pontraft to the wardrob Of ibr ascertain enjoyed art eqAiat decree of ufurped Wfienthat extra1 ordinary man fet off from to take his fear in of not including the he had cpnjSftcxl of worfled ftooking black half worn out waiftcoat to match it fame pretty good j one pair of black velvet ijeferlynew onepair oi one pair of new a j five cotton pretty and two nightcaps of When thefantejnan became Mafter of F the furnittirt of room in a Joiners honfe con of two btaken chairs a deal and a wretched bed without confifted of the hfs two f The fpangks on an emftoiJttfjct or on the of value the whole of clothes and fufbiHtrtf of the quondam Majltr of fiuf thefe were the of Sant I W hen theAmbaflrfjdors of came to the t of raneei Ip of the day when had nlind t0 it ruigh a fjilendid This bed was at the inint in e fujied The fate of the Awfc iind happens to eflTer one of the woft ftrikingleifong concerning the mutability of things ah4 tliqfall of fince of Wutiiridates Afhutbnotv in his book on tions an example of Roman on rather of Roiiiari finery thafcone pf the ftioei inlaid alt round the lole and other precious a handrail in tne Panthepn feveralhundteds of alfo inlaid the niece the Governor worth ThjjFre ful imitates ihe it m than ah enjply Aatues had precious ftones inferted far hay and hatl not to find the employed to ornament the Venus arrives at h ft ;