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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - September 17, 1824, Dublin, Dublin                                SEPTEMBER DEBTORS FRIEND to OM ift brigfhaterl in to peculiar w no e expect afii tStft heJuJ jj ifbefe presented the adoption in the Bri thiaiHtlmfaetJ for for the onuld not the of io nevertbelew the Thl and patronage ch entand theprnnd penarvand aecl MOOT their national theevtli wblcbna Umerifll w wxm aa w eceMit gfitertl and tto tfcduoed Jni enormous and clearest memory Arid thtf sufficimt to indigestible There art Atia of Parlfsroent alicable C6 Criminal tn of i WWhly Balance In iMpectioaof the Tarbert and A Captain p6d i on TfhelSKfe a solace fdt unite in thf tht tharacters at fcjthated the matftgemeat of nt e ll of lo those vine thi The ajnd that so much bns te it hM tl Is painwl to thnt those under inew J am cl anrl One Ponnd Annual with power of re for relief or tn tlie who nfrel a fnrfnlijht tn deride on the merits of lie chHiris wltrh msy eoitie deform ami will received by Sir toUert ant Sir or AldermAn John the during yet were neatly SOI of erlmlnal i his hut from n as well on tfcft lrerests on UK com itt this TMs rpwitu this plan suggested by t of festablfemriK for reception hovs of where m tempo ItfwlYw fhf This t to public witU nt of an having aiid a specif of Superiound foNowW be up pointed the with tp their James Jolm t llnmiltoi ItlittRIchmd be to met left the and WILLIAM Ltf That the Thai Mfiinn and the and lxrd IkU th Cbltr and ly f he STATK OP f Deeply renrel IMlhev nrf hy the their iwtW ami to en Itlkwwho hnvrnoi vet to IMF will allo von of ParllenTan Acooflirt aiullrrd hr The lite nwfhl e nf freal niimher oY nnfoj titrate tlietf the eneipiwi their in ro fo ulnce oonld not he Indnrril to compound lieir The Pavrnent of Ten vtii i a 9inrtlber SJtfCB April Lord Annual Subscription per OtilnneM Cnnntemi of orimn per luly prO r L to i i Se 0 0 0 PUBLIC BENKVOLRNCEM portion of for the port of Meath Toiintv of from noiircenof Annual and an Aniuml Charity Depend inffiipii the productive nesn the Maoxgftlff been in duced to extend the number of hen f fitof the Institution of a largely f Inlecn nnce of the new in whicli capable ifcommuilatlng Ninriv nd in which Sixty have kmt irwhvly occupied for n yeiir although In the the utmost extent for many previous w Fuity TliU and nn imoroved accommodation for in every renpect in tlir Impressed he Committee with the hope lhat an increiwd itterert In of the Institution would have been iinH a extension of public boontv have flue thU has wninie oi Jfflort to Its they may very shrtrtlv i clone itM gain let loose the o to and ko ittWi there U hanllv sufficient money In of one month at IwMHrtrateof probable siiliscrlptlons t than suffice foi the rxpenditute o a sln The Chnriiy hw some time only on M former and thenenre now ex period of the niirnbers on i flOTthev amount to I flie i for that vrnr per nnl tlinn twa and A luvlf cmuMmed Tle fomid utterlv even for then tn he in purled i alimentation In the prreof In llie nnmlte of the as vet eribid current amuunt w t J hut the inference the Pnllic m o their dntr of eonilucttnn and regitiidnR hhfor yon ro perfoi m vvjr areordinv to whnl he can on retjuUr impplv of A trifli from everv and tdnt tve tinder these an unforeseen event j nst which in peculiarly the Charity for whirl wan to hiive been at WerlMirxha on the Mill avoidably to be BtVer all the expen sive anil tronhlrminie prepoi atons fur it hurl nfn completnl nnd the constquince lias been the Intet frrrnre ol other nrd thectiffigementR ol the Vlr who hlnilly underlHken to pfAl th of iiie render il at prenrnl to ftx aiutlier Sundav for llie sermon the that y nhnndon it wiuild he voise to attemptit at a lute eason of the llie In thit of fur the cur rent and trithoiit It tnain talne npon the pnMien ta Upon the 1 enevolence of a fin The OR Committee ruruest v nil humane who for tlie ofllieir miBerinu Vllow and enpecillv thone i inil of tlrs Charity hayp emitiuuud at tlc Churity to send in llifii ore The nmftlleiit Donation wiil lie thankfully received Ky tie and hy of the SuntiiiiK 6r Medical of tlie are iriven in and IV tne or A at New Kevin who will he ready to f hew the House to any who may favor t with a County of Dublin April loliiwing liuve been hnd arc anKfnllv tlieLoid Ueutrnnnln usual annual dnnatiOi 4 2 t mole 4000 of your trading enta one farthing nm iidiport Charity ere nannol conlrMt iU tcale it all if 1 hitherto avoHed upon Bltfttordinary Appeal for the hev trust vonr In the hope of receiving raralntahce from In NO i putiQflcnt the ereetons of the Bull wthitely requisite rmr run that be For tlie ordinary And Cir i they must MI anil nffaimShall lie they a ilxht to oe aid iinfallinx support I to Kon thf Itroid hauls aT rourt i and upheld by the Societv may defy the oanger Bud other compreheiisive in MlMlta tthttfavoir lone It msfrnltade of openilluni ovint lend only in Rprrnd mine wiitclv th rentt to the comaunity Iroin j Signed ty CURRAGH Lord Lieutenants plate of four for yeari 7st five six and aged Four mile Marquin of Rligos old 1 Mr Hunters 2 Mr Baiternbys Johnny 3 Mr 4 Mr Hunters br Hypocrite beat the Marqnia of both Syrsold S5l each Two mile ai for two years old Two years old Mr Kirwana 1 Marquis of t Mr Walts Oak 8st 3 Mr Blakes Mr Purcells by out of Oak Sticks 4 both ce and its names in every part of in si ilir to the in which difference of national aud indi vidual habits hare and be considered as im The advantages of establishment are easily un and wherever felt have been uniformly appre The wants of the great mam of the poorer po aa to medical am surgicalcare are fufly pro vided for by the Infirmaries and to the honor of the feeling and principle of ita so abound in thia city but there is a class of psraons much in deserving of to whom snob institutions in their very afford no appropriate Persons who have seen better from education and that clan for whom public brought by the casualtiesof life to comparative or by a sudden failure of resources to temporary Such persons are fre quently victims to severe disease J sometimes brought oh and in all instances atrgravated by the of a wounded apirit totally unable to procure for them selves the the nouithment the Cflptttin in preface to his worklately Najrpnive of a pedestrian thWnigh Russia and STbeViau Tarta states that the expenses of his Journey from Moscow to by the route he 600 certainly fell short Of a guinea crittc aays Dean Swift Who sets ujp connexions are above Hospitals are in tended the medical advice so dmirable hi illness and yet ready to endure the want the protract ed pangs of a lingering death itself rather than o the exposure of a public Such persons are surely objects of and we cannot condemn tin Mcett of that right and honorable feeling so benefici al to which us reluctant to sink fVotn the class of life to which we belong and are and prompts us tn every exertion and every endurance in or der to retain our In the Mansion de Sante of or Asylum for the recovory of thp suffering finds a where his as wett us and his diseases are considered and if fortune cliJTiges and he tegains is former place society opportunity heen ifforded to the ungenerous minded to upbraid him with lit temporary tior at the present moment a disease aggravated by a sense of shanw and ejtposu EglKif fcuurrfeii umt TtfTTOT ays something towards the Funds of the mil by that pinall contribution is entitled to mainte the attendance of ejcpitnied medical nni together will various comforts which nay twenty times the sum could not procure for him at nis There is another feature in this institution which gives it a strona claim to the nip port of those wives ind mothers whom Gml has blessed with It provides a hnme at tendance for tespectnhle females whose habits and above that delicacy which is the pride nnd characteristic of our countrywomen will not suffer theirilo avail themselves of a more public It for them the vantages of professional of pain and ril in the awful moment when more than one life is in and when the rashness or ignorance of an un to only for an occasion of censure and reproof a Creature as barbarous OR a who should take np a hang all that come before him on a A few years before the death of the celebrated Cumberland addicted to the and pos messed of few Christian coming to applied td the Bfoctof fat Upon being the Doctor who had some knowledge of his ohqae to inquired as usual what was his ailment to which fheotbe that he was very wetifn ate drank well and atept but triaheAffl Know how be might be guarded The venerable feeling a supreme contempt for so dissolute arid abandoned a gave him a prescription for his complaint in thetollowiirg deserved reproof Do love walk humbly fore thy God and do no tnap the bottle too The however is said to havfe died a sudden death soon EXTRACTS FBOM THK WiLLorAH PFM BRoifE For my aoulj I confess I have heard very much of but what they or whom or what they ate God Tcnow nnt they tell me now of another where I never waX nor do I know one foot of the way While the King 1 was of his made my son wear a cas and thought to make him a bisiiop then came the Scots and made me Presbyterian and since Crom well I have been an I believe are the kingdoms three and if any of these can I nny claim one if my expcntnrs do find I have a 1 give it lo him who pave it to I give my for I cannot Irppp to be meti the church for I WKS h lat 2d General 3d OebBra V 3d Light dragooii Prince Sake i 6th the 7th Sir Alb broke 6th KlarJof Tth I Marquis oi Bth Sir Bonptre Hth Earl of will ibat I have no lor tnen 1 mustbava epitaphs anil all my life long 1 have had too much of 1 give all my deer to the Earl of who 1 know will preserve because he denied the King t buck out of one of his own I give nothing to Lord Pay which legacy I give because 1 know he will destroy it oh the To Torn May I give I intended him mote but however has seen hia History of the 1 3tK Uth Wr John I h bus Aoyal Hig ber 1 Colon el Cork 1 7th 1HI8H TURF The Directors of tbi anjl overcome numydtfficuhies in theeoOMnettcettent of a nrw ftreiat If rtgth enabled to offer for sale to the a Sfltive pndtr thf rightg inurtiiting to ahd obtain the cordial support of every intlitiduat in olive to thinks too I pive Lieutenant Gerernl one word of because hithyrto lie never kept his I give up cum originali RIVKR An American paper has the following notice rfsucctiii the inverttion of a useful nformed plunge hoih and which the inventor has named river specta tpring into an untimely The respectable wife cles is a which he varied in lenglh as whose husband from casualties of in unable to occasion The diameter ai where the procure medical is thus attended during her eye is is about an There is a gradual both visited i enlargement of the lube to where the diame and supplied wUh until health and strength ter is ten times thai of the other There is a rurployed in cutting of which our Bogs afford ail inexhaustible Supply hat during the iprfesent son many have been nearly for want fo pur of what they had That thousands old and male and having Ifole oihef means of arc most sniious to be emnioyed at thia ork That by the tlwTurf GREIN ROOM Mr Sapio is engaurd at PruryJane for the ensuing season he opens in The in The Siege of It is that liraham goes 10 Covent where he will smtain his part of in Dtr wlacli will assume at Aooiher translated from the the muaic by is forthcoming at the Knglioh Opera so received per during the run of Otr Freitchutz are tick tif wriiing ihis A Briiish admiral tfoives but adayT J who was leading low comedian at the two or three years ami who was cn a aubsiituie for at Covenl U playlna in and report speaks high ly of Ilia wimis now in our readers may remember at did the same thing in the same auddenly from Loo to Masier Asimll at where he has aconosrt mucb interckt in dre are DISPENSARY For the Treatment of Scrophutout and Cutanroitt The reports of the having affinM ample that the majority of Diseases which presented themselves at the Dispensary were in youth to a vrohulous taint or and in f i i i ed to deranirement nt the unctions of the The have thought it expedient to coope rate with the Medical Officers their labours to im prove the treatment of these widely extended and hive therefore fitted up the most improved appara tus medicated and vapour Biths to be applied un dor the and sup plied even the most expensive medicines which were considered likely tn he The Committee are gratified to that since the above plan was adopt the Case Books of the Huuxe instsnct Difeate Spine in onset nnd of thf or and the necessity for severe nne ns njv Hinl nume rous casese of f kkin wth out earlv ami jtKlfi h ed to afflict the paients for the remsindef of their lives Such humane persons atf protnotp tliii are reoriented tn rend their suhscriptinns or to Thomas ai the Hank of or to anv of the Kmketa in i The Right Newcomen and Sir Robert mid Touche PinUy and Misrs Mill and or to the n any tuetnler i of the or In any of tlie mediial nffii trs I the Iimliiuttoii sliall lie v ilkhard D and AND Mi Thomas irculur plass at each end The tube is intend d to examine the bottom of The Trent reason why we cannot see with tte naked eye tlirough the is the effect ot reflection and refaction at llie moment liirht falls on the sir Ths glnss the difficulty in transporting thf sight us it wtr to the dense centre of the where it tkrs pdvnntage of the light in the and ii is carried in a line as To make use of the apparatus during the they plarlights all roiled the tlie which are shorter as they descend lo the base of the These liirhis throw a utronir Ight and enable the to see distinctly tlit of the There is at prt en t gnuvinc in the in Hun in thin from which f tipe iii full were pulled yestcrdnv morning in tie same state were hfl nn the and about green It is further ihtit A i were inktn from I lie same tree in last York Tlie following in a Sunday newpjnei of the Friday evening a poor woman put into wnli1 home for being dmuderly in the and shortly after luuig nun nut qnltr lakin to ronulistriel police nilin on lasl nn a timi Uhat is your mine one min to Mv he rrplieil ia the same as my m ins niipp II is mine hitherto cramped and confined by anrl bad is now thrown 6feA and madefree That numerous persons ojc employedin the U Dublin a com petition bfeen xdted and carriers that purchases already made by this ompany have broiipht a most relief to die wretched poor of the Bogs the extent of bentit tn y an increufrd and to the poor of Dublih and its tyo reduction in must now depend iipen the extent of sales Metropolis where an appeal to the tho anil good feeling ot all classes in favour of the poor Ws seldom been made in And theDiredorsaTe the moreemboldened inmakipg this the exercise of such feelings by the inhabitants willfn thig be accompanied with the attainment of real aihaji tapes to a fair trial of this by the higher wiU con vince them of the and Cotiventenctt of it in eiery wliov nj in sitiitig round a cheerful rire of would ue peculiarly heightened by the gratifying every sMUirtg expend ed in the nf the fnl had cvntHLuted tnwardt and thrtr ftUow ffi lie Tings and hud cnaliitiU tliein lo sliare an humble por tion if the comfoitH and of which they tllciT delvrs were then The numerous uses to in its various it can or lied tie Thn ligttt kindling hrcs at coal baking of Jolm I a orange Sir Arthur Alexander North Jrent Georges DSuie Gar iliiifrs Fetrall Kuiliiid Ihen what are both youi names 1 luy both Ho vou know what mmlpiny iprloilmu said rt vot 01 a HI to l Mpi d hy iben Ill tell yu whin 1 was nut 1 i 1 some I dont lejniixd Hannnier i I liivc dmr vmi unv haiti if at llie time VoV valliwii a ilnm i A ii r Tle H or n t aniiiunred musical i Richard K Juhn Mr 111 H it IT t and half d HII tlie il the tire ii into a mould fixtience as t p liien ion ou will liH c lor ol a walnut tl If II t II lull I W 1 I M j lan s Hd fat i fires in and bed tli cleanly anil for ihrowing on an cxiiausted coal fire at tinclose of tlir evening txpidninv enlivening a dull coal the at any time intor assisting in burning or inferior Thf iiiik rf wliich llie Ilirntors hope choitly to liave nn iilmndant altcpeihet a sub Siitute fin ofi several Hut numhrrs of long dioiroux of using thia liae In eu t widiunl piny ft iniKh iiH some confidential pirumi to iiupiriiitetid the n and m as to die UIKol and quality in the iiie nnd in he earring1 n whiih lias been hithciti t but whih pifpiwc n f liitiuill y pri nt Turftu tlitt inhalntaiitu ut oirn hiitnr in u u rutr nf nr nnl li inrf it uwn aint to thfir Ilia at fliitetitiTft The caniui the ensure that decidd of or excellence of system higfilirr with tie many conse rupldy tollow ihe favourable P i of truly native i j i they n a mule inciuiuiiciljii ices i r X K K or A H m E AND nril IN llol St V of quent advantage pi op mit f I N HI I 1 l 0 V V lUuk nidi fi Tin f al lie Si di ng aw 1 I J but   

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