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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - December 30, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                that never failed and brevent them to the follotnng Lfitd or otlitcCbitf Go tloa iin left or public in tU iritOft and of landing that 4om BRUIftES other LWalnaiVor EmbrocationsIt is ftiid m FruftliSiate X6r ertftrnal ufc ad of ctelt Boror IIottlcVGgned Ri JOHN tn the vMtMncii high fptcial fMtrvf imd 4 of le cftjrnaeiota at tbat from the rteKt iSeflion t fold wholefale acd ept of the at Qpillfs and by DtvifoK and bottles 5 double and ta J V1 it to fji Of if aHVueh FroVifions wtotfrttveriand r fucli limiicd time tftye iff Corn oriif all Proviliorts without Payment of ahd 11 Perfons as have acted forthe fgrvicc of fhc Public advifine or currying irito execution ccrtaiH Proclamations tht Lord Lieutenant it it that and after the phflirfg of it fhbuld be lawful for the 1nrd Lieutenant or Chief Sf Ireland time and he and they was and were with the advise of us Majillys Privy CoxuicH of to prohibit for the Exportation frohijlrcland butfo as fuch Prohibition fhouldrtot endure the Expiration of Sit Weeks from the conwicpctmpcc of the next SefDomof df any 1rifJiir Foreign V tfeteor Bcansi or or Wait JJfc or ermit Atncraliy te be from tihc fly DPSi eftabliflied years for the cnrc Tinta eruptive Be Settle tORD LntUTENAWT COUNCIL of IRELAND A HEKSAIi we Ijare received oath aboutthe hour o ten on the night of Monday the day of September Patrick IWatcbmanof a BlcachOreen belonging to Andrew im in tht County of on W riittfr the faid Blcach ievilminded Piwfoh or We the Lord artd Council of 0 fully far as inus to bring the Pcrpctwtofs of faM inhunwn Murder tp fpeedy and our ProclamatloQ publifli and J or Perfons within ihTf Hftovtfr tof Proclamatil aerntd in the f and o flv iV rh t of raVSbjof of Parliament of his r T ViT 7 niiv theli i Aft thofe who arc any tottqerned in the endlha Artificers ot MifaufacTeurerj erportationofthe Tools ufcd as well to the AI HI If aftcf the day of any pcrfon or fKatt contract tV endcavpur or fcduce any Mlnufdo Mo er agaft the faid emitted or any Revenue Make k wningljr be fign any or Surreraace for thejj exporting oT any of fm 5 plaus or JVUjileU hy prfthjbitedV forfeiture xad incapacity is by the faid Aft for any to ht recovered aftdr IB the fame as faidJAct ialr A or in any orVcllcl of any Kingdom in amity with navigated in any manner without P any Duty in like manner i Prohibition or cither part or in if clrctttnftances fhaj appear fo 16 any thing in the And Whereas by an Act pafled id the prefentScffion An Aftto continue until the xft u day nndamend an Aft of the Jfltt Vcar of the Reign ot lijs prefmt for prphi biting the Exportation and permitting of and or allowing the Importation u tides of ProvinVih without patjlicnt to5 continue for the arFAut oHmelaR Sefliott of Parliamczit far prohibiting tire Exportation from Corn or and M for pcrriiittihg the into Ireland of and proviuom without payment pf it is eiravflcdjJthat fo mncb of ibe aid jtittde in die laft Seflloiiwparltarritnt is tiiabfcs the Jprd or ether Govjlrrnor or of to pro s JtiWt the of Corn or afterVthe thi34 and of all and to permit the Im crfoii or coh portation into Ireland of Corn and Provif fo that fivct or they heapI withnnt payment of fliould oranyofthefaidmatcrial mixed one wUii orin Brafc or any other metal j or anvpther Workman er Artificer of ot in any other of tfpbn to Uc brought agifijifllhi his Majeftys Court of t AV THK Tcduce idled fuch Perfon or Pertain receive at a rewarBthc fum of TWO ND3 for cash tod every of the and convicted pitblifli that if any Per in the the Perfom who committed the fame only excepted wijWli thctime afpreMdi dtfcovcr or their accomplice that or they be apprehended And convicled Hiereofriuch Perfcn or Per hut hall alfo Free receive the faid rcccivt tooft gracious And we hertfey ftricly and command til Juf pd all other ft endea of the Mayp lovin M Ifaac By the Lord and Council of A TTy VV HEREAS Hii Msijeflys Order in Council of the day September hath been laid be fore letting Pbat information hath bctrn received tlijit a malignant Fever was raging in the City uf Phila in the and at Baltimore in and that deeming the faid Fever hi by and tvidithe of SSifl privy ilevmvd it expedient todccKtfernaltht laidVrver WRH probably and did therefore or bv with be aiiike of His Privy Coniir el manner dircclcd hy tbe faid Order and merchandizt then or liiould tiicrxjitur any of the Porttutf Great AHtain froni any of PeiinfylvanfaororMary UauVaudi whicli lm clcaudout of thofe Ports tflf of July Whereas it is expedient that a Order be made and I Avitliin that part of the United we t lie 4 Lord Lieutenant and CoUflcil of do hereby and now arrived or may in any of the Ports ct Ireland from the or f siid fliall have cleared out ffom any of the faid Ports of Jcnnfylrmia or Maryland fubfequcnt the jft day of July having urty pcrfon or peHons on boar4 the of the faJiUeVtrJijio perform a Quarsntint 14 at the placet and according to the prcicribed by pur procUmation of the f 6th riay uf Hurcnibcr for performance of Quarantine be uud coming from or through the Mcditcrra from tlic Weft Atlantic Qceanjand with clean Btlli of Health arid iu any of nafengets on board fueh fjto or veliel have cleared out from any pf nie ports of Txniifylvawia or Maryland fiibfcqUtnt totheiajd xft Day m 111 i Fever the 4he and all ptr fulccptiblc of worn by to fuch iliall be forthwith burned lit lvp water i And if fuch clothes and effects ball or the faid fliip or tlrevihole her cargo and fliall not be permitted place except at dcpsut from other of tfJp or veflel jfrim any of the faid Ports of that any of the crew or uijiHB to tit lame ari actually ill of ihe ifad thon jfljtip or and fliall not be depart port wr to proceed irftWedjatcly to there the fame tbcrcBy continued until the ift 0 We Uie by and with the advice of His Majeftys Privy Council fcf and in iUance of the givonby the laid do hereby tjut from tlie day of this J the nt no Pcrfon or Ptc I IbevejPQiatl Export or or lay on board a with mum TO ftoni any Port or Place in fpy Btre or or any Meul or or Malt mfdc or India Corn or or Hour made or any or Beef Pcjjpjiuch prohibition not to extend to Corn or MesFor Flour iinportcii and witre and not taken out of WarehotiTc for home nor to prevent the Exportation carrying out in age out and fur tlic diet njtl the Mallt Paflenr gcrt and others on board fuch Ship or or fuftenancc ol the Live Storlcr other afii board Ship or for the Hcccflary b for by bint d t yr the fum of five hunAfctl pounds of TBWfuVltnpnfy Of fliail fulfer imprifognicit in liiu iali ttjall for the pace or ftCh forfeftnrc fJiall he and in further con vitilion Jrf before prefcriticd byHniti aift upon a fzcona rperftin i iuent offctjcc of the f victualling ur iny ef ivlajcftys Ships of or other lit his Mnjeftys fervice or llie ncccflitry or providing any of ir Galiifons norto prohibit at auy tiWB the cxjortaiiun f fuch and ofany of tlic faid articles as may be neccflary tor the fupply of the 15iitJlli Caftlca in Factories In or uf Britilli Ship trading upon that uhicb have uftully been fupplied vitli the lairic Irum Great Britain nor to prohi bit ttfc exportation by lie India vr agjr Ajjciit tmptnytd by them oPfttry of tbfc faid for die lucrflary fupply of tjjtir Garriloim at Bom and or for the nccdlary ufe the Ships the nor to prohibit the ex to the Wuids of to any of Miljcftys or IJaiiUtiont in or llie Wtft or to Town or Port of for the ncccflary ufe of the llnil be by upoji application td be from time to and uncjBf ctuics to he granted by or without futh proyided proof I Hull be niado to tliotarisfinttion of the j of his Rtvewuc the Artijlci fo ported as atorefaid are nut of iJritifliorlrifh jiro uce or And it is hereby further that nothing herein contained fliall or W couflrutdf o extend ro pro hibit the exportation from any Pot t of Irthud to Port of Great lirituin of any 01 the Articles above mui provided the pcifnnt fo exporting the fame ihall enter into with hitbcicnt fatiitac ttou of the Conuniflioners of the due landing thereof in Great Urit4m for which the fliall be respectively ckartd and flinll Comply with all other which now or here after may be Bgiv in refpcct v luch Ex rw tracted or the1 fum of one thMHfel pounds money of tlm tVcomj w cOuWy wHcreiniucUoflendcr or tc refpcctivciy for tbe fpace oT without bail or and juitii fuch forfeiture If sriy perlon or perfona in this kingdom fliall upon anjy pretence or put on or ctufc to be loaded or put of or which Ival not be bound to fbmc port or place in IrcJand or Great or other of the do the any uch olf utcnfifs aifare iommonly ufed are proper for thtu working or of the wonUcn Or ink or any or elfhcr of arry paris rtr fucli tools by what name or narics Aich tools utcnfiU fliail be called or the pcrfon fo offending fliall for every ich only forfeit and lofc ail fuch tpole or parts or tbcrtof which fliall be Ib or as but aljfc ttie fun of jjTtvo HHiiclreOfilRmmls of lawful money of4his kingdom Sirid in or fliali be loaded or put on bonrd of any ibr fliall be boiintJ to any port or place in Ireland or Great or other of the Crown of Great then every the nnftcr or coin niandcr o every flich vcflcl or Je by in the penalty of one pounds nvA or port or place fur which fuch boat or veflel fliali bound It fliall lawful to and for any officer of his Majefty3 cuftoma or excifc in kingdom to feiae and fccure in fume or oac ef his Majeftys warehoufes all fuch or utcnliU by this to be exported as Al jT j I or fuchPcrfon not Jiewanlv buf flMl seceivie and Free Mni WE do t ailOther loving to i leavburirlblllpig ieififid tte fpeedy and con ivcn at the Council it is hereby further that nothing ncrein camimied MM wr be conftrvied WJoxtcwd to btu hiblt atanv time any Ptrlunor troin fiiippiifgor putting Uuaril any of the Corn or co be from any Part or Place in IreUod to any otlicir iort 1liice ific United Kingdom of Britain and having lucb or ttic like Coifl Suffer or othtr for that Ortd on the lilyc being jiverilfcr the and dilcharging of lie lame t mow or lurc liy Law or Act or Ads requirtd tine carrying Cuaftwiilt any or other Article any arcs and And it it kcreby further ordered in ptiriuancc of the given by ific that it lliail and may lawful tojmport into any Port or Place of tlic until Uic lirli FurvigH or JMvul or excepting only Rici or any kind of wr any kiudof Provifions Irifli tijiip or Or in any other of any Slate amity navigated ia aftyjuutincr withuHt and alfo tp take out of WurcJjoufc fpp home culiifumpUon any JPorciin or other Articles at without pay jnuwtof any provided a dwdflntry Jhall tfenmdc ot all ijich Articlpt fts wirhiho proper thpCuftttiOi at t fucli olriccr ihall find er difcovcr to be or put on board of any or boat which ihall not be bound direct lome port or place in Great or this or io jomc other of the dominions of the Crown of Great the mafter of any or boat in this fBall knowingly permit any of the faid tools or by this ucl prohibited to be exported as be put on board his faid veflel every fuch captain or marter fliali for every fuch owencc fcitfor the fum of one hundred pounds of lawful money of this kingdom and if thd vellcl or boat belongs his bin heirs or then the captain or mailer thcfcoi fliall not only forfeit the fum of one hun dred but fliall alfo forfeit his and be intapablc of any office or employment under his Ma hii or And be it further by theauthority that one moiety of the by this inflicted upon offenders the fame when rc and be applied to the uic of bus his sad the moiety to tbe ufe of the pcrtfiii pti tuns who iliall 1uc and profccutc for the fame 1 Statute 31 George If any pcrlotvin t kingdom fliallloadur put on board orcituo io loaded or put on board of or which iliall not be bound to fome port or place in or Great to fomcof the the Crown of Great any Utculil or Implement whatfo commonly ulid proper for the inj or fimlhing of any manufacture tr in wr otlur oroC any manufactures inlaid act in an partj or parcels of any fuch by whatever name or names any fuch ut iniplcmont hali or may becallcdor or any pi or dncriptionoi any timl ir Of proper every lucli or and part j and every or defcriptitin Iliall be tortciud i aaUcvciy pvrlon fu ihixllfoincvcry tlic lym bt recovticd in fuch manner as by the faid prcicribed M ui any or any funilaroffence againft the laid act in any or or any or detyiption thcre fliall be loaded or put any or vhich flrjill be to any port or IJHCC in this kingdom Great or fomc of duminiuiU ot the Crown of Great the wr Commander4 of every veilel or fliall give the like fccurity by with the like condition aa by the required in refpcifl of Io putting on Uiwd any ofetfeeI wols or JtenfiU in the laiti tvd uitutioued and Certificate tbcretif thall be by the laid and jtvery vhich fliall have nyi board fuch Ma J or or any Modi uMUcripiion ihtrcot as atortlaitJl before fuch fecurity ami ciriinctte ihall be given her A Qivcn iu ffliff ifih day Do Oathj 6a tSe qr toP jnfevqountyr J ten within the Space of fiix nfexf after1 of this Onr the Pcrtoas Qialh receive i WfaUXDS f Three Perfons fliall 1 hereby difcj and 1W Meitf tlOD Savt the the Eurony of in the County of Rewafd offered by mite to fcvcrai Surns to JWjFPerfbn or rtrfonsfo the Space of SixCalendar A Bay of V xoo o o Irvine 50 it 7 6 Robert Frazier n 6 io o enry Irvine Matthew Kennedy James Frazier Jolin Fraeier Robert Archdall Charles Oinn Graham Thomas Dundafo Irvine Armftronjj James James Cowan Thomas MNaught Terence MMlroy 13 13 13 13 13 o a RoWofon Hugh Dougherty ftoaus Birney John Noble Umcs Humphry Edward ktcher i Arthur JohnAoa Campbcl f James Irwin W MNa Henry Jqbn MNaughf X Francit Johnfton t I liy the Lord lieutenant and Council ot In A I T7 HEREAS by our Prockmation of tfie foot VV one thoufand fcven bundrl ninetyfevcni We did prohibit the failing of vefTeb with provilions from the feycral ports of Ireland v convoy And by another Proclamation of Ulfc four day of one thoufand eight hundred and on did order and that iu future ho veflel provifjuns of any kiikl llivuld be permitted to p from any of the ports of Ireland without a ficcnfe ftrft ohtaihed from the Lord Lieutenant and Couu that And whereas it ia not expedient any longer to co the prohibitions contained in the laid two the Lord Lieutenant and do hereby and that the faid prohibitions be taken 01 that the feveral regulations and directions contai our faid two do ceafc and determir And we do hereby charge commani Majeftys and other Offi Tevcral Ports of whom it may their peril they take care to pay due obedience he Oiven at the Council Chamber in Dublin t day of Charles Ely Maurice John JAVt o a JuiuL fliail be forfeited xvhiuh be and the prodacc thereof difpofcd of in theiit4 in iu the tale ot Md bj it Ifiat every Officer of MajtnVa is vr m kingdom hci is hereby cJcd to fcijjc nd iccure any or or ModcU or Dcfcripiloni thereof ikis prqhibUcd to bt M fttlly by tlic by the Lord 1 icutenant annCouncU of A WHEREAS by our Proclamation of the cich of one thoufand fcven hundrc We did order and direct that not any belonging to an j of his MajclVys fubjeas mitted to enter and clear out for any of ports of F or for the ports any country occupied bythe An until furptr and We did alfo by clamation of the tWntyieventh clay of Septembs nineteenth day of one thoufand fcven h and order that any longing to his Majeftyi fubjccts fliouW enter and cl any of the ports of sjain or until further 01 And whereas a Definitive Treaty of Peacehavinj between his the Fnfiich Republn his Catholic it is not neccflaryany longer ti tinue the orders and dircAions contained in the f vcral Proclamations the Lord Lieutenant and do hereby order and that the fcveral pi orders ind directions contained in fwd do ccafc and Given at the Council Chamber in th ri C W M ToM Oodfavethc Ti tor by   

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