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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - December 14, 1802, Dublin, Dublin W1 v t M of Ni Ivja this i or I the jKoufe that ht himfelf had 11 Kir And iljefc three i THE WIDOW AND NO THE Mrc by an entire nor Grind byttie with new called OF A DIVIDEN en and afc HairYear PEk wiH December e to the PKOPjtqeTQRS of wr Siiturdjkythe ift Tiirauuy ending jjth THOhlXS for Traiiator fK for the wilt be fmiii the tttl inftaau W pf January next LYINGIN PHE Tiuftees of the Lying in Hofptttil under landing that a Rumour been induftriftufly cir cuiitctf relative fuppofttl Refufal oh Ihe part of 6IDBQNS td perform in sift of the of their fnfli public opportunity ta UECLARIC THAT NO or requeft Iych a luen made her otv their The cunfider bound iu to nuttf ordeo to remove Public Muni I likely io fifth injm fuch an af 9ue 6f Tovvtis hereafter minttioucd ncuWR or rijoft coilVenfcot to ref tin the atxbvf Hour of Nine it the Commanding Opicerrfo Cavinj By ROYAL NOTICE TO borough rt the topifl jfoy Cpunty of tcheatdr Troni CottnftUor Xp4 hue a Candidate ftftfa complaining of Ifchirnof the Geoi not befog a i f i v neJriotiie itleil into a Cinmirttee I towhom the pre fti Secrerartf at Watvdn the iff inflaaii far our in exceed that tout afptthqf Was luVely thtewifeA bt with fijch fefburrts ar ve didtooknow fecurity might v S Weinb6r theneirwretJiV a nwJMte dejpitof rffrne tpfuJnjj year frotti fuch tiifpofyions had iWapV to than they had been imuch the liner gimenu ofHorft ten wen but disciplined ii not bseffetfed in tuirntor of difoioujued qtiffi bei ready to iffIce eficii efficient An IN Cdtiftquencc of the of an Order received by Royar Hofpital of on rude bet ween the ptefinr and former peace but wfrrfe rhe cifcumftances in which thv tounrry and whaf ncceffity founded on tU fe circumftanrtsf or Y A L C A N A PHE COURv oj U RECTORS of CANAL hwring t falfc and ma IVep6rt propajaicd of the Falling of the ttyc arc to inform the that no Injury wtiiitvrr hpilnou done to thv and that i the Uoiis are plyuig as Signed W MARK j ARRACKO December Barrack Mafter General lievcby gives that he reajv to Propofou for a Oaall INFANTRY at FOX iu the According to Plans and to bf ftcn at his Office from Ten to Four every ach IVopufal to be fealed and for Building Barrack at and flelfrrrrd at on or before the no ill be it to that it hiilvn the cjn nor in to wf Darrark nor Vlll it r Central prfy any Sum on account of them during tidr only in fuch proportion at lie nuy iuUy within the Money laid JOHN NKVVRY will be received BUILD TWO BKIDGttS over the NEWRY 4 one m and auoticr it Taican Ma UtuL to he laid down on tlic mi or before the 4th tlie to tc eompVtfd on the of TWO ju Ihe yd and inli and Illcvation to be fecn atThr Dublin5or at the OflTitx of Jarnrs Secretary to the ut Hxcelterfby the Lord ObtPettffonora belonging to that caUed the purpofc of The Governors do IiereWy dirca and in btrlrtngirig to faid in fucfa at hail be exempted to appear at one of the which be near eft or moft conrcniertt tor Monday the aoth of 1 the hour of Nine oclock in the rhcy iritf to the QoittmandingOiBeer or Excellency has alfo been pleated to that every foimd fit for fhall be entitled on at the Clafflfuu to ball be ordered to receive BTanty of OwePound nffet fupplying hint witli proper Rtceffrinijif apd thoie Mm who ftund unfit for lull with tctice to carry ihctit Each Invalid rnuftccitne prepared to join tlie rifort he Iw immediately after he is approved Men attendiog the The Letter of tlie Such as are atrovc 55 years of or wii have fervrd 15 years prevTniM to their being Such ag hire loft a arc or By and Royal kny Man he prevented by indilpofition frou attending the at one of the appointed To as on the aoth of he mufl fend a Ccrtifl cic f theCfcijiyman wiio lives ncareft his rkfidenrc aad tlic Phyfician Or Surgauu who him mil ft late the nature of his compliipt in faid CertjiK and mufl alfo certify inability to attend Thefe arc to ue feat to tbe OfRcen appointed to in fifl the or to the Rejifter of the Ray at a was to be in prefer ente to atiajnmeni of thole ample means vhich ftfcurity of the uJtion Ariar bean alrsady Bated from bothfides ihe under the knowledge of circumftancts noto iq all it be totaHjr tbvvafle the time of the ih proving ne cfeffity of up a grear army as necVflnfy to our The firuaifon of ar too fully explained and enforced increafing powef of France ihf fpirit of her Srtd xhe formidableatritiide that country at this motnentsf circamftanres too obvious to to render it on the part of this coun one moment longer to delay neceffary fleps ftiramply iecuring as againft any attack ihat may be meditated agaiuftus but at the fame with tp Fdbt Guards to for in GrMt a and vthofcToT India S Qffiltrw There icvcn formed of the mainhaWi inr place of which had been dilbnnded 9 w 14 ren dered confiderfcbly of a by the from whitK ft might ba implied they totally unfit fur fervjte men were lobe under9 corps H and by doing the duries of g would render ihe troops jof thejire muredifpofable difffreiice of would not exceed r he felt it needitfs to trefpafs farther in dtu as every Gentleman in pofTeffion of the of the EHimates he would barely jrui amount of the mate Fwr the fervjt e oi the year was but AND Fin Y 1OUNDS of the nbwvc BilU it Bopped at all IJeceniber the following of to for dated for dated the uih o FUTY POUNDS be paiU any A Tnhrin8in3 thc aburc to OcorjiC CITY OF AT a Meeting ofthe Right the LORD BOARD ol held at the on December upn a full invcftigation of litions adopted by the Lord to Weighing Corn at the We are tuuinimoufly of opi nion that his has been influenced by the purcft principles Inu as the not mpt with the approbation they de we requeft the Lord Mayor to rtlinquifli weighing according to faid Rcgulariotn which requcft liit Lordfliip having iinmeJiatcly That the Thanks of this Board be given his Lordllhp fur the evinced by him in acceding tn the wilhci of his Brother and for uai tbrm exertions in of his public dutyt That foregoing Refoliitiom b printed in the Dun LIN JouayALiDublin Evening Frccmaui By uid THE 1 AND mi4 way whfn on hy the icrtiiuony of fa II rvfpecahle liave tluu the Virtues of GODBOLDs herchy certify ruid that this the fiipcrior ol vhit h have d in our iamilies is foveteign Kemedy in and ir hlv tie ecllary to be Iceptin sill Innilies and it i fh j trul may he by which icah of tliu I lands he ivrd and hy An o JNohle the of id UowagT Vifcouutcf Ri H Uudlcy it Whulefalc iiivl Retail hy N fclc Ajent NHWIOXs RESTORATIVE r j iinrlvullcd is pre lie Rtcipe of the late Sir RICHARD It is as pleafant in its atir ia excellent in its i Ipeudily the Teeth lit red and and fey uling it ii will nrclirve them in Ikatto i hiIntLt i f imparts to tic breath the moft del ctablf and certain cnre for tlC IliotliAdi ii l iirvi ir inl hy ufing it Ni uiii ifeit Unc 1houland IlinnJa il ever ni iiilaritf oici i Any jierfun having the or a liio period of vSold and in Ly W DJ e loir ur out any wifh on pfrt to fhe pence and On the it vtras thefin by every mems in their to perperuare rhe peace but at the fame time that they wifhed to avoid thofe terms of peevifli vituperation and wornanifliafperiry that could no other purpofe han that of an uWefs and unneceflary it was their duty and their determination to be prepared with the means of repelling any which the or the malice of an enemy might prompt him Feeling as he wasfue the neceflity of prepararian for either alierna and looking to the prefent force of he believed no man would fay our Navy formi dable as it and however well tvas fuffi cient to the proteilion of nur extenfive and wide fpread pofTefTed of dch advantages in her geographical fituationj miflrcfs ofHilland and the Netherlands commanding the navigation of the the the Rhine pofTtfTed of nil the important fortteffes that line tlvir and of moft powerful and Rill increaf tng was an bjefl which this Country conld not view without ejious ami againft which called to provide for her out aftoniflimenr upon the aflertion of an upon a former nigh whofe talrus in other Tefpecls hefohighly admired that he could fee no caufe for ind that the befl fecurity sigalnR and tlie ftnmgefl fureiy the pernr of on tlie part t tliis wa fmall In fuch a fentiment he believed no on richer fide of Before es tlie public force for the lainl it rn ght not be amifs to ftate ti the what MS torffent military force of Thele he their feteral as am in Cavnlry Anillery a forre altogether a jmounting ro being the military forte of tinder lirr Peace no coufd doubt necelliry of fuch aa enlargement of ilie public force in this conn as wuiJ ajjtjjj ilrtire us eventual in we had no being the laft menti ejigiblfrhad with regard to the Militia j and it ihat in parifon with preceding under of a faving haf ofnp than Tbe Hum Mefnber next pfocreif SECOND A Day Price ADI IlKS to t M MBERS of the SOlMlTV Bv the TOHN W vi i ellow of Trinity PrLnlcd fyr the Sold 7 n other ground upnn whioh to reH for ilie rertomty of and the fecurity of but in faining fuch n force as render ir obvioufly inexfelienr for any Foreign to hr ot wirh iinj c we be warranted to rsly on emnnence of e without ihi ilicie Was no feemiry in all our of wealth and which would only feein toirivit to another Ircini fame the beft way nf t r rWnger the Ktifhanding our and thus Keeping gp our cnjrlit of this poiry admittel the wifdun hut the nh br fornad this irrumint hor in all caes ir muft by the o If r id Minifterg upon a former for ing i ed their aitnie on very eve of the when they IWd to 4 Parliament for recruit the public force g but the only troops th3f had difbanded were rhe Fencible which only railed the ftipulation of during the again be embodied on fhortn never their fervicrs vyere thought and Forrgn ta ihe amoipt of 8 500 men who certainly were not defcrip tion of troops moft to be ffUed on r national der when Britifh troope be Of all other defcriptions of the toral numberdif banded was but and thofe either men vho had been worn out in the or who hnd en lifted on the ftipulation f btiiigdift barged upon therefloration of peacex inj v for the honour and advnrirage o iie it neceffary to keep faith finifhed this part of his heuoulti not the fubjefl without ihe that the Bririfh at period of our was or compofed of more difciplined m higher fpirits and or commanded by abler OiEcers and while the Country that force was under of an illuftrious fkilled in his and attached by herediiary and patriotic to defence of his native coim her Iting and there the attitude of an however Britifh iHtion to dread In addition troops of we pofTefTed a Milhia pf which h ijjhr be immediately br To this to be added tha VI Juable ol His MwAy i had been enabled to accept rhfervicer of ih Yeomanry of rhe cl whom alreaJy piincipally compoled nf Ca In Ireland number Yeomanry em bodied flill greater the alune dnfi infe of So thit the w hole armed d npiined forte of he United K gdom rrady to tal t the upon for the public n exclufivrf i lie Army of Indirt a force by no likeiy ro firengthrn the inducemmt fruin any ei f This he hs received as a hill incite of du uy and incautionj w I ich had been gainlt his Mayflys who had pnvrd feelingly vigilant to the c for its He Lv n J i C i r a th fii if Rfloluiiun felt ft not ihink ihe fccvrny allogether upon Ihe It of Ff but agjii it any c n vuniii tllUt tor n lorriI of ;