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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - April 10, 1808, Dublin, Dublin FRAN CH DICKSON t Full and ACCuUNT. T HE Foreign and Dofticftick- News. Saturday, 3ptil th? iot'\ T7cP. ^J/ftfe 07 ta/J arriv'd one B>m:JIj Pacqmt, which Iroutft an O end Mail. From the London Gazette, dited April i, * Publijb d by Authority. St. $ imet. Mi?tb . 30 To tbeQJV E E Ms m^i Excellent Maje'ly. The Humble Addrt-F of'b^ Pro.efhnt Diflennn^ Mi. nilfcrs in the Cry of Dublin, and the South of lie-land; prefented to Her Majetfy by Walter Stcvem, Efq; inrroducd bv thu Risht Honourable the Ear. Oi Pembroke, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. May it fleid you? Maiefty, fTp H t we do ibt notxhut his Fxrel'ency th? Had I of Pembroke (whom Your Maji-ftv ha-, fo de!er-vedlv honour d uirh the Chief Govemrmnt of this Kingdom.) has al^ady .eprelented to Your Mac � ;K our "mvi".able Your Per Ion and Go-vt-tnm nt a u ed as our grate fui^ehte of" rhe Rtiigiou; Lberry w- enjoy under k. yet Ve th - ught our IV! v.r. highle oblig "t? r^new the lame Aflurances at a |un= ciar- u lun Your Enemies, in ord-.-r to divert Your Maje(f\ s \;rm from the Profecut;on or the /Ut tV'ar you arc e>gag d .n Abroid' make ule ot the Claim of a lalle Prete: dev to dilf tirb Y- Goverr mem at Horn.. A�u''-u-^\' '"ad the lca!t Doubt co llinirr_ \our M ? -'.Ij-'v i.-'P'.l Right to th r rhione (whkh ^our Roy = al "i r.i - ,.;d io bri^h? a I lift re t" ) to we h-�vv n.-ready ab;ur\i the TitV ot the pretended Prince .'. r Wa es an-.l by a SiCP-d Oith obliged ur leves,m 01: Stations and Capacin s, ro maintain Your Ma/. Govcrnmen . and the Protcfh :t Succtflion asbyLau effablifh d, in oppofinon to his\ Claim, and 'hat of all orh;  Po;jfth Pn-t nders; and, bv God s Afii.i-aue no Co.did'ratiotii inall ever deter us trom the Performance ot what we hue lo religmufly luorn. And we confidently allure your Ma/e:'ry; all thole or our Perfuation are of the lame Loyal Sentiment and Inclinations and will be ready to fhew the tnoft lorward Zeal lo far as they are capob.'c, 'or lie Suppor of your Roval Dignity, and rhe ecurity ot the irotettant and bririlh Intereft in this Kingdom. But fince'tis highly probable, That your Ma/e(fy's Enemies map have concerted tome Meaiuns for raifinj a Rebellion in this Kingdom, as well as in North-Rri-rain, and hnce our Goverom.nt here appear apprehen-fwe ot our Common Danger from the vafr numbers of IriJh i apiffs who can hardly conceal their own Affection to the pretend d Prince ot Wales, we cannot tor= bv-ar on this occafion to expre s how djepiy concernM we are to oblcrve, That when the Common Proteftant Intereft here needs all the Hands that can be emplov'd jn di-fending it, and when the Kingdom is in lo w-ak a pollureto oppole any Infurredtion at Home, tha: U encoung'dby an Invalion from Abroad thole of our Vernation {hit have Heirts as zealoudy enciind as any to ferve your > a/'efty's and ti'.e Kingdom's true Intercf:, have rh.'ir Hand- unhappily ty-d up, they being, by a Claule in a la:e Ati of S-'arliam-nr pals d in Ire'and utterly diiabled trom lerving in any Civil or Military Pott. This Account we hum My pre fume to lav before your Majefty^that your Majefty being duly appriz'd of the ill consequences� f rhat Claule, to theAppaunt Dagger of the whole Proteli nt {ntereft in this Kingdom, may tbetx-tter ;udg? how ar lis necefFary tor the Pubiick Safety that it ifcou rt be repeal'd We earneftly with this incap-city rem v'd, being rirmly affuiJJ your Ma-jelly might lafe y depend on the urmoft Endeavours of aHi Piotelfant Diiienttrs, and that in puri'tianc* ot their rriDfl hearty inclinations, to concur with their Brethren of tffe Kftablilh'd Church for the Defence of your Person and Government, and ofghe Prote^"SotJMe^ oi For r'.ir parr we flia'l 2'umv . u:> *v �:r::*o:: 't; and F^fiuenc^ fo pxc�*e em *o act c r. all >* ir"*-''v '* :* ; > ' '' Vrv to h'e pofTefs'd vOhh, : ;! rhe^iare Happv Revo'u^on ^iv nt h.i'- 1 io e;. i;' r And rhatthrr:o|> high God, :>v w-'-om "r. ma\ \onc ^r-ntinu Your Mn bl Frjnce for rr'.lon �-r - danae d M � r-\-s i obtain ins; Irrh an honour .b!i Peace ar a!; J a v r1^ -LHidaticn cf th>' lan,ng Pioiperi'v o Y>'-ur '-i-.h its ar Hon;:-, and re*- ti* 'Your N'a:r- and R-.:,rr, C? v;ri^'.:'' to Isiccr-ding A us "hfif 1 of, may it p'.eaie your mm'-,;'r obedi-^n-ar;d dirit'd hi� j- ct"a-� s-r^an' r� f:' g^?V F-.T Af's wt >;;//rv. m: It ?rde" t Pr.r. r-; 'our M ij'?:'ryJs moit The hiimbl -icu!  'f of :i'e '-j'i'J D h-*nnn^ Geri^ men, m hole N.rm-s a*e S,:b!crlhVd . > : b- ha.; of themselves and tuo'e of their l-e'-futiiion in t^? Kingdom o'1 InUr.d  prelV'te' to ^It-r "'a^lt'. bv A/j/^r S't'p'-err:, h q; introdu.M bv the Kt. Hon, the Earl of Ptmbr-rtfi Lord-L;vt!:v;ian? ot } Mav it r:cafe vour Y. ueflv. luibte B!-:-f:n'(S ir; 'n'-y und-r ?' :r :-f.i ,ui G vi'nm-r.i (�> r-'. C*rd:ill- tro'' f' C m.n-UKce .ind yca;>~^ G!:ri': of Tow /- 's �� ;f ipuious R \^m. Ari ib:rt\r-ri vp-- i'Ji in t 7> ttudin m //?';.� of t:;e preiend^d P-irc- c-f \\ . i s : ro:, wtf-t.-zr j ;: ~c:r ccuKtarzact .t: Oblya 1 ni oj j ji:o> in ibk kingdom by ov Ajfijl-ance oj it)i(e Liih Off.i rj ii::y ate Cud 10 .bnnz witb'tmy for which tbey will not rrjr.t Lnc-iirigmtrA jron ft numbers cf Irilh P:pr.s t'-^ti'e n w g^uly enr^d 2nd )rom the fnull number of forcel t':it a 'e left in it, t 0 �: ally t{ any Raiments be tnnfp rtzi to North-lirira in) jp- d-\ undtr ibsfe ju,l Appfchenfioni of cur Common Dm^er^ r>(g Leave 10 jfj'ure Tcur Mjjsjty of cur umaimtd Lcyahy ard wo/i Dutiful Ajffecli'.n to >crr Per'cn and G vprnj>m oj cur utter Abhor, ence of this Trxiurou* A'hmp: .'inri'i Yost Throne, and ? [nt->e,i cfth-.t. lire Ma-tjtie^ A'lflg William and Que-n .Maiy (�j Gtiri u\ and Imtn^xal Memory) and jretly barift'd cheir Lives ani Ywiunn for the Prt(erva:ion of the Prottjtan. and !5i itiih Int^e)] in hi: Kingdom wherein D' i'r:v:d?r.ce n& pie a? 41 in rte lfjue^ to bl?(s 'em with remir'^ab'e Snccef*. behave the five Loyal \fflcdi m and Inclininonlto Tut Sacred Mqejly, w'vje Ilhutri'jitt firms, h'.fs Aa titration, have lo juiily rented Yu xb Envy tj> Er.-z micl, and the Delight of Tour Pr pie. But vte cannot fabear humbly reprsfenting to TurMa-jefiyour extreme Regrett That ue are jo jxi \r<:tn bt.n^ n\v in the jitoe Cipxcuy tofrix Tcntr InterdK and. //nfpwr Y ur Government\ thai tbrougl) a Clntfe infertett in a late a& 0/ Parliament pafs'd in iTttard, �ntxtujtd Aft fer p7e~ vmin? tbs-jurtber Qrotfifjg|(Pcferr* 'bat enjoins tN sd- ;