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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - January 14, 1802, Dublin, Dublin T tertain the of for Aich wife and dignified no daubjt can piftricT fhall your amiable produce in vthc hrcsfbt of lopl Men the Tame fentimcnts jrhichit has pxciteyiiii wrncftwiflt both for Dublin and Arthur Wlllislm John EfthaviStfphenVGfetn hi jtotiindit Hugh 6canti Canal Jrthn Wlwtej Upper C UaderwOOTj Brigade To which AdcUefi GcneraLCHWa wa pleafcd to return HE Very obligingmanner In which you baye pleafed to cxprefs your regret at my removal from the Gity df to me all times eminent their forthe they wme at the and for juring an I ufcnttural and mercilifs it is that the Security it cnjhyedj time puts of the Countrywire fo much vJt been to among yon i feel greatly indebted for I reeeivcdVfrmn you hut Ifotyouriealcius adiffance at all times without wjiiclj air I have had the my moft acknowledgment for this mark of favour Lc affurca of my 6n cereftguod wiflics for The Profperity and Welfare of the City of Dqblin and believe with every fcntiment of attachment and Your obligedaad moft obedient humble TOWN Wetting of the BAILIFFS Reincipal of the TOWN and VICI INITY of convened by Public Notice tbx I jift of the following unanuhottfly agreed1 to I To MajorrGeneral SIR CHARLES WE take iheearHtft opportunity to exprefs our uafcigued ypMr departure from this and removal fromthe The whole tenor of your con during your relidenre among both a General Officer and a Member yf has made an indelible jmprdfioa oft our and filled with veneration and TQ yxor and zealous loyalty we were indebted Ui worft of thncafor a fecurity and protection which Laws were then to affard from your gen era 1 polite nefs and iotial e derived peculiar advantage and tt any thing could make us repine at the return of it ia the consequent lofs we itow fuftain but we hive the coafpLrtiou you ftill continue on the Staff of n uation we truft yaH wUl retain is the fcheoics of ourcnttnlcs require dittmguiihed talents to defeat thernV ainiablc benevolent and our tatting may botlv Mpeiiericc aliundaot prufperity and that may leaVtfttowiUi of your is tha united prayer of your iii op behalf of the ch Sir CftARLPS returned the following ANSWER and Principal ItJHAairjtttTs anj of every fentiracnt of refpecl and cftecm jr in the Town and Vicinity of and ncwtmofr gratitude for thr many proofs of zealous ertion and friendfhip I csperienecd from n during tlc period that I com Cannot tail ta rccdye with inSnitc and fatisfaaion the Addrcfs which ocaa con roe Rncere and real plcafure to that i and Privatc have merited the ap whofij characters have been at all to eminently for loyalty and attach ii good opioion einy ambition to mbft fuuercXand ardent good wiflies for the fthe and jufl leufc of onferred upon me in rtie prcfent with the higlictt o faithful CHARLES ntlr Hr6d and We The MASTER Refotvcd That tfits be prefented to oer worthy Mafterjr ED WARD TREVOR upright and in the That a Cor poratiitni do wait on bur worthy JOHN CLAUDjtTS and the RcfolutionVof this rr rt To the and BRETHREN of the Corporation of i t f THE Jioticc youhad a occa fion taken 6T my defireto 1cfof fcrvice tefpeftar We and warm fupport of me at the I aft Geaeral bound me to your by every Tic of To find that the exertions I made to prove f worthy of your cunfidence have met With your approba is the bigbeft gratification to me nnd the Juno fup port that you n jw offer if pollible fnerterfe by endeavouringto the and Interefta of your Corporation jn and City of in iliwuid lrc fo fortunate as tf be reele5icd to reclci5tc4 to the Gtuation I ntriv bold by the partiality of my I have the honor You never devoted and much obliged fervanti the and FR2HS BRETHREN cf i To have been approved 1y your refpectable Guild iiYvaluabtequalitied bf fidelity in deed a moft flattering continuance of that and jconfidence with which I calleil tortii to be your iRcprefcnutive in 1 The ability xvliich your kind partiality in my political be very wfak fapport ef wMich aS not Mid in the loyal People of which havrifavwfsfhdwni crar the liberties of mi tjiiuik for this new mirk of and for your pledge offuture fupport to dcfervc them has ever been the ohjccT of my parlia ifftntary eondtiAt and in your approbation f feel a new inducement to mud invigoratemy fu ture fidelityaiid obbgcd humble OF i AT lyieeting of nr BRICK LAYERS and PLAIS or Guild of SAINT 12th 4ajr of being Quarter the following entered into JOHN hnvingby his paft condud as one of bur Reprefentativei in us the ftrongcft afTurance of what we may expecl ia his futuere parliamentary we arc deterniincd to fupportiiiiu with eur Vtea and lntorft on the cniuing General Election and that we will fupport the Right GEORGE OGLE in like JOHN RICHARD THOMAS THOMAS To the WARDENS and BRETHREN of the Corporation of BRJCKLAYERb and THE honorable tcftimony which you arc pleafed to bear to my paft and the generous confidence which you arc induced repile my future exer iaaprels my heart with the moft indelible that as the fupport glo the Commercial Profperity of my and the fecurity and happincfs of my loyal IMVC from my ftrft outfct in political life been the leading my your kind and encouraging fo ftrongly exprcfled in your Rcfo will for ever fuftain me in my hrfl I have the liortuur to Your obliged and humbk GBoRCE AT the Quarter AflemWy of the Corporation of held TuOMAS SAMVEL j It was Uaaniaiaujly That the Right OiORGE OOGIii hasdifchargrd hw duty in Parliament to the entire ol hia CHARLES Clerk To the WARDENS and BRETHREN of the Corporation of t TO have been rcturscd to Parliament by the free and unfolicittd of Joy a I ot was an honour of which moll infcuiiiile man would have been proud 5 in me it excited the inoft ardent and directed my moft earned etertioas exertions have found your unanimous in thi additional honour I ainplcft reward of my con confidence of his fliould ever bt the object a aqd he cannot lull ty tt ccivc jn their Jupport the rctritutiou of his I with every Your faithful andebligtd ST j of fefel hjetd jiUid f of the 1 i JOHN tiLAUDfUS jiiftificd the a BCRESFOKD wi b inferurdin Dublin Hihernun ttaly arid The Corntnittee having waited op BERESFOUD acoord wasplcafed AnfwerN WARpfiNS and BRETHREN of the Corporation of BREWERS and i GWILB of cdiniBTiy o you p tion aud jf anyucentive an ftimuUte more pow exertions ofa Repi elenutivc in the fcrvjce of his it is thus to be honored and flattered by their If prefent my myjitiprt art fortunately you may aflure Gentlc tfiai niy views uniformly directed to pro by my the Conimercial lateTefft of this and general T fhatl forget your par nor be wanting mj my to dcfcrve your I j 7 With Yotir obliged and faithful 7th TJxkyOHN one of our in by his fteady and faithful and juftifips the Truft we repofcdiobim do there fore pledge ourfelvcs him on the next General of expencc on our That the GEORGE Representative by his fteady and faithful merits tjor and jufiines the rlVuft reppfed jn him r We do therefore pledge fupport him oo the ciext General ee on OUT hat confiftiug of Mafter j and Nine of the be requefted to wait BcHEsroKD and OGLE with the foregoing and publiih the fame with their in the Dubly That the MASTER do leave the and that DoClur DiicENAN do take the That Thanks of this Corporation be given to RICHARD our worthy for bis impartial and proper conduct ip the Signed by EDWARD To the MAS WARDENS and BRETHREN of the Corporation of MY public Conduct liitherto has been directed by njo tives which I am happy and proud to obfcrvc have merited your If a firm and ftedfaft determination to maintain princi ples which have for their objeift the particular intercfts and the general profptrity of my are calculated to retain your you may allure yourfelves that my UEELECTISN fliall be thefacred pledge of my future I with profound Your faithful humble WARDENS and BRETHREN of the Corporation of THAT parliamentSiry which your kindnefi denpmiuatcs fteady and was the natural effect of the couiideuce repoled iu and the principles which recommended me to that The pledjic of fupport with whjch you have honoured me my anxiety to dcfcrve In my unfhakcn dcfirc to uphold and defend the dcareft In terefls of my Country I be found the beft proof of that with which I have the honour to Your moft obliged and devoted iSoa GLORQE OGLE fully reeriwrtur 4bi4 j rtpoiTtd enfiim 6 and o plefureTielii i as their falJthrful anj up to fcixre to Tuppor o en GemJftiien who IjaVc proved fo worthy certain that in fa doing offct8 the moftiratcful Rcwarl for the WARQEKJ Aod BRETHaEJH of CORPORATION of fth RESOLVED That the Right GEORGE OOLE and JOHN CLAU DIUS have the Truft re lofed in them by their Conftitucuts in a manner truly honorable to and highly dtferving the Con fidence of every real Friend to Kciolvcd That we will fupport them at the ttCUt Gcuerul free of any Expcnce to them oh our convinced that paft Conduct ii the furcft Pledge future 13y GEORGE Ta the WARDENS and BRETHREN of the Corporation of THE encouragement and reward which your faithful Servant tliii jtcw proof ot yuur approbation and would voufe the moft uifenfible to eier I trufl 1 have not proved myfelf luch a naoThe which we mutually eiinfluence my and will new in this proof of your affcilipn 1 truly and Your dtvctcd 8ei 18 v MY parliamentary ever by an anxious defire to fupport the Intercfts asd mcric the Confidence of my The Truft tentative was eohfcf red me a manner manded my utmoft exertions my efforts have their and be relaxed while impelled byfp an 1 truly aiid fxith Tour lcvoinl humble GEORGE i r irijn CORPORATION OP That ilv fnrminiig zeal fidelity which the Right GEORGE OGLB afnd JOHN OLAUDIPS Kfq hsve uni4 formly difchargcd the important truft ReprcfcDtaiivei of this City in and their unfhaken attachment to the true Jnterefts ol their by their firm and manly vindication of her Ricuts upqp a btHi momentous have the ftrongcft claim upon our ariddemand our moft unqualified wid decided That JOHN1 CLAUDIPS having at all times fhewn a wiftingnefs to ferve the Traders of and particularly at a moft critical which has fo endeared him to his together with his knowledge of the Commercial Interefts of thi City and the Kingdom in render him andproper Perlcii to again rcprcJent this in the Imperial Parliament of the and as fucfi we will fupport him with our and Jntcrcft on cnfuing v That in iyith our we are determined to fupport our prcfent wQitiy the Right GEbRCE with ouif Votes and Inter eft at the approaching General Signed by JOHN to and the Corpdration of THE honorable tefUmony your very refpecliible Cor poration have been pieaicd to bear to my as one of the Reprcfcntativcs of this great has inipteflcd my mind with fcmimenu of wannefl gratitude and the mention have been good enough make of the commercial relation 1 bear to irwft flimulatc me to protect and promote its Trade and by every means in my I have to Vour faithful Friend and January 1 BERESFORIX To the WARDENS and BRETHREN of Corporation of TO vindicate the of my and to defend her have ever bctn the dcareft Ob jects oT my Unfwayed by interefted I unfliaken by in the great principles which have guided my 1 found my upport ard anidft political have recommended me to your they have cured to me your Allow me to exult in confequences fa honourable to and to affurc that I fhall never deviate from the path which has led to your i have the honor to Your moft obliged and devoted GEORGE CHARITABLE For RELIEF SICK W INDIGENT MONTHLY An January SAMUEL in the Trtafureri Rtport of ttr Slate of fig Balance in hands lall 18 0 Received fincc in 16 k Ditto in Ordered to Divifional PrciidemO for Expenditure lo 6th i To ditto for Rugs and Straw tor numerous poor Families ly ing ill in 60 14 Balance in Treafuixrs o o yh Statt RtHef lajl 1 80 368 l 11 10 89 aj5 3 fc I 81 187 36 i o 69 itj 11 n io 316 loo 10 5 The Tniftees of this Society bt j leavo to arcjujrt llie that in jf the llrtfs fickntfs aniongft the they hive Ki n under the of ordering the tntsrt fum in tiit of the Treasurer for the hyp thiit a ft ling and humane will cxablc tHeni to tinue relief to upwards of ONE 1 HOUSAND SICK AND HELlLESS OBlECTS at on Benefactions wiil lhankiully rcc ived and 1 by tfu 1 rciiHirr i t r ri the ;