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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - December 28, 1802, Dublin, Dublin LONDON The King has ties of Baron and of the ofCteat Britain and unto the Right Henrv the heirs male of hifc body lawfully the and of Baron and in the County of The King lias been pleajed a OShge to empowering he Chapter jf the that tliefame being Revestnd Fathtr late thereof Dean and Reyeread Father in Herbert Lord Bifliop of See o PrifJkte lettec Vfs t M Bonaparte is ftillat every morning relaxes himlell in thfc fleatues bf I the At roon tBe circle is bril ThweVjijbirt made for dame Bonaparte but yefferdny du Palaij were formally apa orients and tVie j tions tj the FirftCnnfufefs be as the Leyees of any Queen in meafurcj prefeitft go an with tritfcferup t The affair wljich ex cited to rnrongia f men OP mernbe na Revolution nave a hope of repairing that ferule cbntfaftfed with jfmiauons are health of OP for the fecond reading of the appointing Commiflionera for tlie purpofe oHooking into and i Withoot profeffing to tfohverfant hetielt that he could cbhfcientioufly this Bill his the the judicious jjip of thofe perfons horn if had Come recommended fo thciV Lord NELSON was in of the wp inrlinerffj but youtd exercjfe Av mi tnai he did The whole of the claufes b tfoufe and i to be reported of the Committee von iM the mar fufed lq only tO the but ps intowHhlUrd The Re appomting pratitfed in the wfts oVdered to be teaa hird t othefVBillr before Aetr warded in their fertral HQTJ8H far ejlcd Bill wbrthy ferii ft i vhe Table Every Me f nof m ngothaMhe in tl vev3vViefe nOi prepared tocKpe wKichiw elJight Jr refofed to C WcKtfep tv J uiirviwuiL invy iAi thai ruary 1a 1 bf i id the f ana U felfj Gommiitee upon the TarjfUc abufesv in the Ma Department upon lepa thai Cuftorchoufc is aotijrtd to bands of it l at jfwo millidris ivai fortunately left It of the differenTpro rndtions laieljrtikerV1 place in abiife that wjll even of Lieutenant till ihiey thtage r I The of fince his aflutrnprion of qf FitWaj has aboliihed eight of aUogetjher cpnfidejed of jberefbrfrwas forry not to find the Lord of in his placets might have learned from him grounds aod principles been uggefled and irechmrrtfndcd to Partiamerijtil for his Royal feemed bApf t he f werealreadyin pufffflion of letiey fronri fiierids at Crownvdm thjj pofing meetmgr Tht Etiyiiftaliori dorhplajned of apers the dftwo were to to prejudge Jhiroeriti encc the or t coltrfary to tfre privilegnpf i com empt oi the phvil6ge ot The ad Refblufion was defigried to declare any fubfcrjfjtibn for oarryinjj on fo t on arty1 fach WefttA 01 forne pam a fome j Ite invaluable vvv as oji t accoijrtt ihat he ftronglyi objecied m of jfcf lively not uhich his appeaed infclined 16 believe rhat itfequired j j Had the honor o Oriftiyparliamentary Nq Was tne fuoK whicKshehadC alktded 0 as a j conf luded by rnmi the difputffi be it bfrcorpmittad not be jprjminoted i The LORD CHANCSfiUiQR ftrnogly it to the Hhufetogo ademoife being in cohifeinpia Great Britain and Auflria have to f K by y Wednefday was vein i Accounts from the n ajrid w without a When the Ftrft Cbnfulwent Jaftweek to1 the jvpuld rnvefli to fee the fecond and judging whether irgesi no carriage was allovved to have i he good effect the DTO riiihe h polefs of the BjJJb had fuppqfed The pat roles numerous tHan and whether fuoh alterations might not be made on former pfftcers thertin as Would obviate the objections of his Royal decorated with the atthe entrance of Jthe Rue Neither Madame ribr Madafne Loais accompanied the it j fucceedRlt as VjicePrefident of the Italian OP Mi Af cording to e was made Tueldnyvall OP a nghtthe body of a femu le was touhd drowned in the near lett ijSih o French yacht this at twelve at after a pleafant was aigunrd of Vefpecl hewn him wnnrtiok ot fome Importance to the mereanule iyi Tlie King of Denmark has iffued dated ncobidirig to which baffing into the are m pay a 2 to Da nifli fhiUmgs per for the Setter qf fhe lights I r is nf on i he authority of letters from in addition ibthe new by tne the Qrand the of theTeutonic and the Duke of are ta advanced hud bten ufed before it was On the child prolred to belongio journS rri n in he or was feen i Avaljkfng the JQMj Sunda appeared from het fome Ai in the workhoufe j but die troxn the Saturday before notappeanngi there ufpicion was entertained had tlie fate as theinfarv i Coroners Jury helil rehirtifolg a doubtful I huftjaud vvas fent for and interrogated that his and Came to Jrirh on Saturday evening with him andon Sunday Went a public bpufe near a iiule beyond where they had fome Dinner which Vhey aud he leit them about four oclock in fhe by the fide intending go tofep two other of who are in the work houfethetej butvit being nearlynight wfien he got to He positively de clared that he bad never feen his wife or child v what was become of the latter was found drowiin ed he admitted that he hod made no enquiry after nis and fa id they had parlcrbecaufc The fjuerMon then put on the Duke o which being the Houfe refolved itfelf Qsmmiweej Lord Walfing hem in the number of wetepropofed by the Lord after fome vyere The CLARENCE alfo moved feveral of whiek relative to Prize was argued at fome length j bis Royal Highnefs tkar this Bill would by no means refcue pui1 brave to whom their fellowfubjecls had fo indebted during the late from thofe rafcally impofttions which it was notorioufly known were conflantly pradifed upon them a Bill to an Aver that purpofe was what he wtfhed to and which as he had to from what had from the Noble have his warmeft TheLORD CHANCELLOR this Bill only to enable the Comrniflibnerk to make a report of the thofe abufes to Par and upon which fome meaf 11 re might be There been fome idea ihat allprizejt not to lecidet4haugh it there fliould be a greater anxiety Aix guard agairtfl any thing like were nbt expecled exift iri inferior but in Houfe their Yperation apd ihtrloufeiiadfound it neCeflary to guard irifliiencie faid applied particulnrly trr the fir bat the fameprincipfe applied fecWd with equal force was illegial unconftitutional to offor any public opinion a merits oCa caufe equally fbtb influenciBltliat 4ecifiOf entering jnto any fubrriptiipn foir that did prefer any i A particular but he felt tl his bring the matter before he that ihey might have an opportunity pfdetermihing theifi perniittinig fucK oeeding He was to pufii no farther than a general Re which would anfwef pnrpofe ho had ih view v t The SfEAfefeR putting it the thfe whether meant com plait of any particular Member for a breach again diftjndjv in j i j Was very much given to rtbe UP YuM byfptne per flf the who ffitf them one the woman fnirn wuh defiiped to where he the rmke poireffion of having arrived wjfe had told the priloner had CakWhef two ron the This ftatemeot is or three before co the Canal of an tire itvmuft telling her he wtentto meet a nian whooWfedJiim Jrisa dired fume bm thatlhe WOR ffjiuful he lo d Ame Sir remain in and the body tV be which done by fome fou nd bni friday about a wile frotti ttier which alludedto the Canaries cjn the 7th or ficfnbtr V i1 in the Ifiave uiifcrtnimonly abundant rhi t he j place wherethe child was man underwent a long examination This be immediately affigned to fome official concerning them fhould i Lofd NELSON regretted rmicfl aa any man Could the impositions ihat were daily and notori oufly known to be praclifed on our hardy and the frequency of their being deprived of their hard bought He Cunfidered fome tneans and hoped beadopted to remedy fuch a rrjelancholy grievance j at the fame he far from condemning every Prize Agent ifome of rhem he knew to be very honourable men i but even at with the moft fcrupulous failor might lofe his for if a prize was taken in the Indian and consigned to a refpeftable merchant in that Ihip might be inftantly ordered to fome dif tant part of the and the failor would have no chance of his prizemoney until he and it was tranfmitied to England t and if that merchant fhould happen to and his property get into other might never be the cafe Lord ELLENBOROUGH felt more from his daily the neceffity of fure to meet the but he cpnliderfid the framing of fucn mwftjre would bemuch arduous than the Noblo VtfcftUnt Royal The vvasthen regularly pror THORvNTOK briefly vindicated and the spiotives on By the return of the means on whiclvar jjrefetit It vvaVnot for an he had found his own theV4los a greatproportion of other deo rtmlerad In perfect coufiftency with his without any motives of perlonaf hoflility to wiihbutihe fmalleft wifli to prejudice i of any Member of the he opinion on this matter ulei fevery means to get moft valuable rrancifete By what olher means than had been refnriedto this objeclcould he confeffcd hiipfelf unable he felt LordHAWKESBURY contended that the re folutions proceeded on an an erroneous Hfe iheadvertifernent complained and certainly nothing ever Oracle mind as more it was a fimple in the opinion or the Gerxtjemen Qompofing theI the Barenei means lecured aprjj lended and that every be reforted to its that the general it was hacclly necetfary for him to OH that a relolutiou to or promote a was equally juftifif We on ration of juftice and The org againft from lU tending dice the merits of Ihfe he thought conclufive j the Houfe at large fuch and the particular luded to according to from their connexion in of frpnu voting on ei in decifionof tlie
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