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HA L L's IV I L M I N G T ON
T H U H S DA Y, APRIL 201797,
GEE Z E
IRISH HOlfcE OF LORDS
Tuefday, January 17.
LbRD Dillon laid, tha; durmrr the re
lifh'd twicea week in aBelfaft papsr(The
Northern Star) ; it was but an echo of what
lords, and you will obferve that Ireland,
not connected with England, mnft be con
was pubhfhed three, times n week in a Cotlacled, with France ' and in preferring futh
4 connection, 1 heiitate not to lay,that the.
.- I ' Mltl , lilt III L U ' WliU. 1 1 C I I'J 1 Ul RUUII ,
there nad appeared in certain ne vipa-I , , ' , . '
-peri; one or winch he had in nls hand, a . . . ,. tT . ,. V
i - u .1. i- u hree times a week in the Dublin Evening
jpeech purporting to be the tpeech of -a . ,-. , . -, , j
a , 9 v 'oils the property of thelaltinentionen pa-
irrtfat Itateiiuan f 'nrrox), in a unhtif coon- V 1 ,. 1 . , . r
, 1 . . , , ' jcr was veiled in the court ol chancery,
trv, and to have been delivered in a ?teat , V; .. c
,r ,, - .ir j c u u 1 .mi that court eon d no;. Interfere to pre-
ki. ik i..If ;,;ve:u its inifcanduct, orrt would longfince
, ' 1 . 1 . , . have done io. I he iauie murcprelenlation
authenticity, but 1 am confident,, n it be . . . L r 1 , T
. .;; t:.i " ,r ft'fk.V- Ireland, the lame male voieuee to .varus
'.;mi,,...ix.-., ,. Si i.',1..; ... m 1. - - , - .Jlvilflnn . Vva. -.iM.-t -.- Mn ..KilMiitill.: 1-
rn,M..iirr. Ill iiM Qi m fibril I,1 T I1 i O "
be paued oh the legiHJture ot another cpuo-
theie pipers publifhed. My lords, laid he,
T. ... .! 4 .11. t' .!... I r 't ..I.
tr i-rt.wh..r rrrlhU. th.r flfic 11 13 l" .uuv u, UIC. UCIttr ion OI. pcun
i-iiP.i ...;; k -'umi y, iu.it wc arc w .acrmoiuiHK-
hiii" j iU W UCL1U13 Willi U . , , i . . .
arknowJedgmcnt of its impropriety, and yet; " f'"', .
perfeveres in what it admits to I wrong em?t o! vfi0Qi: 1 he I
)t is not neceflary for nie to read more ths
one cr two paflages,. to roufe the indigna,
lion, and provoke the reprobation of. an in
dependent and iniiilted houte of pari i a
ffieM. His lordfliip then rend from t'i)e
Courier, txtrads from a tpeech, prof e (Ting
'.tube a Ipeech of nlr. Fox, and aftertincr
without any qualification, of terrm, " t'lrai
Ireland had but the Ihadow of a legiii
tint". 1 do lay, laid his lci'dlh-p, that
ibis fallacious picture, was calculated to eu
courage an "invalion ; 1 do fay, that it mutt
bave 'operated in iiliiug the ranks of the ar.
my dcttiiied againft Ireland. 1 am not hurt
as an individual, by the libel on the Jnfh
lejiiflatuie ; J lee) for an inlulted lepifla
lure, and tor an injured country ; I rrnft-l
poilcls as much patnotil'm as any othtft man
in the country, but I trull I have not thai
inordina'e ambition which would induce nn
to eirtam weal tn :or power Ijy oetprrwt-t
divans. 1 am too old for l.-i'oour, but 1 am
io.o proutl to live by .publ c contribution.
1 anprt hepd, niy lords., that we, as an ln-
ti' pcntlent legillacure, have a right to judge
at ti act f r oiu lrivtf ard :h;.i it ;s as nnpro
prr for any other body of men forming an
allcmbly, however relpcctuble, in any o
tner. ccuptry, to interteie with u, as u
ould be in u to interfere with them. 1
cannot ht!p leeling with concern, thaf ib
cuuutry has been long made the fontflool
td ambition, lo gratijy a party in England
in its political power. What but a iK.figu
to faenfice Ireland on tbe altar of party,
could dictate Inch i libel at fuch a time,
. hen a delperate enemy were making pre.
partitions for a defcent, and when iuiernal
commotion was fpreading itlclf through an
t itnfive province.
Tlie loid chancellor laid, that he youki
not iet fatiffadion it he gave a u'ent vote
on niefe rrfo'.utious ; htt did not intend to
trHuaO on the time of the houle.by dwH
ing tn the tii -en:. ilt ones ot tie late attempt
ci me ehfimy to invade this country : ihty
ar.d the-atidciQU& at
psiacc ot Ireland
has been facriticed to a party in England,
a party in that country has ei.deiyo irtd to
drive the people in this to delperation, ud
leiuinie mat tncy cannot cjtect.aj revolution
tltere, tl.ey try to wound England througi:
the medium of Ireland. What was the
peop e of this country would be a beo1te-
people; and ihHigh, fotonce before Uung
the fwn exprelTion I was reviled and 3bu-
Xed, no cal.mnnv lhall ever prevent me from
fpaktneas l led. Yet horrible as fuch-
connexion, would be, I fear that there are
too nianv difpoled toward it in the pro
vince of tJiUer. Such" indeed is tbe ilate
1 f Harprvvvtne; thrl fear ir will fe mK:
ceffary for the legifjature to dEvile nxear
furt'8 of precaution during the pre let.' t lefR-
rcn; wfcJt thele. mealurestiftay be 1 cannot
tind rnke to 11 1 e , but certain lain, that
if lu-iK inc. i nrr-, are not adopted, nuichi
blood-, will be IpiHcd in that ps'rt'" of tte
kingd vn. 1 am well allured thai: there are
nwgiffrates in th t province (and if I knew
'h irnanui they Ihou'd not lung be uiagi
flrates) who have trained a new Outh ol
dlegianee, which they adiiiihilter.'to' the
d-lu.led pfop'e. According, to this-'oath
coudttct of this party in The viceroy
vthe cuke ot rOi tland bv his majelfy 's com
mand, lent a mtHage frTp iriliMveiit ty kniw
what w.'re the caul e ot the ferment wjtiJgUnce t-a conltiTutidii of which a part n
which .the count r) was agrtaicd1? 'I'he per la home of - co'iimohs not eJecled as they
bumrne and political fpeech, rerTj intcreft
is, that we find it adopted by the Due tuny'
and publilhedin the oflicial depariihem u'f
their own journal ; and the tun.uui i: th.ir
they have lent anew envoy, tvitk oilers of
peace to Vienna.
-'.."..' " . .
' Head Qv aria s at mtm9 30 NhofS
I certify tTr.u in the dUftrctit battles wlncfi
iave raken place fince the 19th Nivole to
lie 27c h of the tame month, the lilt of Au
drimis taken pnt'oners ot war, who have
paill-d in review, amonnts already to nigrf
than twenty thouliuul, among-whom are;
fyven himdicd cavalry, and that freft pvi
'onerS arrive "every riioment ; that tbe e.
netny have left ns lorty four 'pieces of can
non, wiih their carriages, 3II the hapgage
of thecoliuiMi of gen. Provera, aud all the
tlajidards of his coi ps, part ot vhichweie
broken by the enemy. I certiry that, in
purliiance to the ord.-rs of the frentrl i,.
chief-1 have inu idled .Rev, gener'al ot di'vU
(ion, with the t Inn ge ot condiictin to Gre
noble the column ot fventy thoulinid pri
fonei s of war by convoys of 'three thonfands,
machin-rat the tlittanre of one day's jour'
hey aie not 10 be bound by any !avs but!nc anl "'let tlie efcbrt of the jth demi
uu U .as. they approve, and not bear aire
fobs who atfumed to be the popular leaderi,
let forth in anlwertb.eir lift ot grie vances
the principal ot- them, the ulurped poei'
ot England to make US tb bind Ireknd.
li s niaittttv. m anlwer. declared his With
J j ' ;
to accede to the points ol their addre
l hev did indeed profets, that grat.hed in
hefe pointsj they would (land or fall v.ith
Grei Britain. Be tore, the end of the let
lJoiv...Jbuj.w.ty.er, they discovered that Hie
bmple repeal ot the acts which gave tins
poVer, was not fumdent ; the tntlunen
vho had been applautled on one day ,iUr
imingin r it lot ward, becanit unpopular the
nex;; and thfiy clamoured tor a rt-iiuncia-
tion of power. 'J he exij',encii s of the em
pleale. To I iy nothii
1111.110 O li.l mIC n 'V, . . . 1 u . 1
i neie t(:o,puies 01 tlie Draye arnivot lialv
n e lb much calculated to afford an aoi eeahli
furprife 10 Our moll faithful fjpientls. that I
msi ot ine afiiiiaitdl .htni- 1 1kM..Zir.A tun. .1.-. 1
United Irifbmen, avowrdly a&itated t tfitation bv thij ollicial reci.l
It.-:: . 1 -' ' 1-'. , . .. .
i .... . f ii - 1
uipporr tne errmy, 1 win rccai loom
f.ordihip's reco'Heclion the d-ai.ftig inlclei.ci
ot dome of thole peifons in the great com
mercial town ot -tic 1 tail,' wneie a me e tint
was lately held, at winch refclutious of it
reafnn;il)!e a nnnre were entered into, a'
to make us amazed -t the mildnets cf gc-
vernment in not punitlnng the amhori.
By the fnin Pa ctor, Cn.jn. Ktmp, who ai
HJltd ai New -I Oik, ifi 38 clays from Lor.
dim, t tie tollovinj vas ieceivel :
PAR S Jmtury 2 if.
ffi the Council ot Ancients, t orn readifi
1 Ml f
ed lour regiment ol bnciblcs for the de
icnte ol the country, a new l urce of com
unt was ojiened, and every ki. d of cal
umny thrown on his conduct. During iln
next adminittraiion (!rrd Tcmp'i'.s) ibt
(amc fyltcm was purlin d, the cognr.ancf
tome trde lui:fl in V( Ittnu.dtcr, occabonci
anew the demand ot
t length granted
Found, ami the demand became tunVcitcti
Mi.o j reform. To obtain this reform a in -
htary Convention was aflcmbltd, bearding
she parliament, and rt had the modelty io
fend the demand for reform m?o the bcult
hf commons .at the point of rhebayoreti - lis
UUeinperauce d;flro';ed its intent, and the
requetl was treated ami deferred. In 1785,
. .. jtL. to. . 4-4J . I l .
pire required. mat K ne Ot the tn Ojis lht uldP"' '.lc' Mou,ipaice atiu Deiinjei, u.e
lie w itluirawn, av.d UitJuceroy having rail
re fuflicientlyk.iowu tumake every giwdf ,u W 'wnfr arranging the mdeof .ne
;wu cntin tries, were rcjccieu, as irercllioji
1'ian m the land gratetul to that divine pow
ft, by whnfe interpofition the danger had
.-f averiecb His lordihip laid, he held a
Matiifetio ot general H. che in his handJ
wWreh if Was appueut, that the enemy
oiniwuui ii;tf t n war. n ivt-r-d bv nn-,M
o 1. j
li'fmene hie inlm inetl of the details of
bis hdt v ictoiy ; before we are iuipuiiniec!
with the manner in which the forelight ol
the valiant Buum pane contrived tojiivplTe
he Imperial geiiemls in the double liiares
wtncii 1 lie v bad prcpaicd tor b in ; before
d ici unciation, that walhinu' has l" 'emeu usv ith the record ofthe
;a new onevai Ce wJ'!,c" V::;:ic.lU ;" lA anns v,'i(U ''i'"''
,,! Ur.L, rni.A '!Mft"ja mul dernled the hue ot
Italy, let o. haften to publifh bin- gratitude
O ' liiS'UiT.ye, tliis invincible army.
Mantua ntidl, tbouer or later, fall ?nto
nurliftrrdaftei iliisdecifive battle, 'f he cntiri
nt Vienna, width appears very receiuk i
lia'.e r;jetrted new overtures tor negormiiori
in bop:?, I v railing the blccka. r ol Matuna.
jfchlflgii i i.f n-ljieclive filiations of iln:
cotitracfiig powers, ind dimii (hittg th
value ol oar co ontfltr, may H.per it felt
isrith 'ftreferviitg lor a few days the bulwark
The D'u fo v has appointed ofii.inl
Ih'che to the t oiMiYand inTfcitfinf o...
iij bl tiywhfiyj aUtiNle which was
uovthonallj ivtn to gen, Morc.iu Rc-
J iiiiary jq,
u'eafli re thai Matittia every quarter of
an horn firesaiipl 0f dillrcls; ti.at lioujut-
ai te tranlhiittcd to Wunnlerihe detail off3
uc Isrft viiftury, and l hat he f'un;inoned it to
1ii rentier: ib which W-uwnfef replied, thac
beeciutd hot deliberate uponihellete be wa$
.i) l; Ketltl tSi?t;eiai1 wen- t ir i,'lv i.-..
by an Auitnan fi.. er Seniine-lle.
We luarfr.in birtielrfoVff ilfai that place
i iivKH j uaxeoi rftflTe. Allalonatbe
nihs or tlie Rhine enuenclud camps
I, II, M.. ' W - 1
. - - - , . - . . .
to conliue thistjuai.ci 10 flciti.nve war, in
'rrler to make Italy the piincipal ihcaircof
Letters from Switzerland mention, that
the roads in the Tyrol are covered with u
jtiians, whoHy in ltranling parties, alter
having lolt or 1 brown away ihtiraims .
LONDON, Feb. 5.
An erpils 1 1, nn hover, bioiipht us lafl
nighi me molt importani papcis which have
hu; u I ... 1. anv ueekatiBtii 1 irh. Tin v
ingan account of u brilliant ferieiof
lories V c muA 1 fcki to xite fhut-l iwim.iir
aivi ii b Cuoinuai'te hbnfelL and thm mmi
' ' ' "vlor tlie A inn i i rtnl It hmnt. Il n. n. ' r.n
text wen: molt of them adopted in fpirit, feou- to m now.
without any debate WTiar-pjfTfd on the flic null ira of tha D;rr -v leavr, .,
nelancholv occalioiiof 1780, is a tii! iufther doubt that rhe new arthy drtt tried to lave
...... w . i r 1 a a it .1 . - . ...... r
ttt hroiht toourcoalt wuhilie hope ofpro01 ot lhc 'y11"1 r diiu nou ot the two waunia.atah hazards u entirely dedroyed
o . . I ... u : ..U L . . u. . Isiii.I tv 1 .. a'1,1. ... ..if .t. ........... .. . .1 .
. xt ended
Ik-nl J iomed hy our countrymen ; and I
tfrorg'y ere they adored ot Inch affiftance,
that ft ts I (act, avowed bv the rreuch
nrr'invirs at Cnfk and "Kuttle. there wen
en bnard the flrei no led nan 5000 dil
mounted cavalry, who exixifted 10 be fun
h' with horles hy the people of tln
rotffnfy, the moment they made good a'
Jn c'n .i. I here cannot eMit a doubt in
the mimi of any rational man, thai the dc4
fee fit by the enemy was foliated and nego
imitd by traitors in the bofum of their
0tVtry Ths manifeflo by general Hoche
it ddrefTed " to the army employed in ef
frvftnp a revol.itiun in I -rland.'' ' Hislonl-
fhip then read it. It be in by nd rming
ttir truu;, " ti.at thry vre cholen tola
tllitate ilW revotu'ion ot irehnd, already
undertaken by excellent republicans in tha:
country 1 and aher libelling the loyal
tv of the connt y and 1 numfraiing the
gr evancei ot Iriihtneii, it g'ves a potftivi
afTuranre 10 me iroopt, that on their arri
va. in Irelaml thty w.l! be reccr cd wiih
hafpiial'tv a--.j fiaieruit). It adds, tlui
er a republic one and indi.tfible with
it .nice. h- firen errded. iht Irtlh will
cm) a iy the invincible ! r' 1 to Lon
.). where they Wt pnu(h Pitt.' Hh
ioid l, p ohferved, that this addiefi wai
prc ith bai e fee in the newfp.iers of
tHHc.ur.try, wfa cn call ttieinfelvei patn
.it ; .t was b .t u ii . f vhat W31 mb
countries, which has been fo lonit aud per. r1' w arc 'o aflure the iiartou, and to
' . . . I 1 J . ........
fevenngly adopted. Lvery bo.ly has ijenr,nKrm,," f on-le.vrs.tiiat at lait this jMetie
IUV III l!1i !
Haute nei t ft
the manilcllo, lieiiedand counterfi ncd,bi?f P?" (f,,e poflilfinn-i of the fcmpetor in
mbkh the govennmm and tlie ptop c of L" ' ' "ur T" S? L?2
, j B ,1 . . n 'UI P ,W(r to prove us value hv piiflelhi i'
r.n ' ano are cnareu wuu ot. ucraic anu till. .Ai , .1. '
Ii ll.m nlr ii (1 m In il'l i iu li ir 11 a jnr C...
Ijllhlll.llb uiiig.i. iv v.imvi ftin. .uy illll loll.
confequeiice 01 Irfeland; btii this was not Itnalle, to the extent of onr w inir t
their gteatelt inteniperanef ; the report of dilliihute ic wards, let us at liO i reftht to
the drna'cs in last fellmn ot parliament, c0-i"f oeietuiers Hint ol which ibry ne moil
tain luch language and luch chargei., foun 'eaious rue eKorclhon of the national gia
ded on this opinion, as would ddgrace Bill
ingfgate. When inch is their conduct,
what wonder U it that (he people ol the
country lofe all refpect lor their repreienta
lives; ttfattney adopt opmionr propaateo
by clubs under luch men as mr. lone-,
apd that the y believed the declaration ranch
men as mr. Tandy, ho wis by this pifiy
elected into their choice It f c ry, ;n a mo
moment ot phretuy, by acclamation and
who has proved bv his eonduci, an cqu-l
anSiety at leaf! to lobvcrt ai d rt publican re
the ct nltuiitii'U and country? Hit kirdWp4
alter nianyilri(iuicon mf. l one and in
Unit, d , .ill urn, atconncclrd virh ibe po Lt.
Iiics of the Wni Club, proceeded: W h
iboutd it o iceru, much more why Arnold
11 diltiad this country, whether mr. Pi t
or mr. Fox, the duke of Portland or the
ma' pti of Landfdo u, be in power in ng
land ? We Ihou'd, fromevcrv tinumlUnce,
adhere to a connection with England under
any adihiindratkn lUcur to tue map, my
itudc- Let n. here thank oen. Bounanar
te and the atiiiv of I.afv. ror onlv twrmf..
be) have anquifl;ctl and defeated the Au-
Hrian army, hut alio becaufe tlnv hae
imoothed thewayfWr afeneial pe.ue. Thi
isihe luphrH triumph which the govern
Mirntwim h the nain n ran prepare or
thrm. Suthisthe mniimenr winch u h
ourtntkio raife to 1 hair elm v
Let us prove that weknuwlinwrn offer
ut kuioe that peaie which it expects i that
!(. not able peare which our fuccrU ferine
I i ll and equitable fnnllanceiwl, it ti .'I
accepted. I etui, in fine, i II wltat cota.'r r"""
ill it., n will be h ffiricnt m tr, y r
Cfly, (iiire we ate sktonont bv n ar.d ho f
of genu uei rViier for ti e
fe impottaiu actions. 1 i.e
in is, thai l!uoi.np..i io Las
ib pan of the Auttrii.n ai
ve times has the Ltnpi roj
o;ed army ; in ibe l.dl in
1 t dftei mined mntinau.ini
tyaftd rdmoft of cxlianrted defpair, was t-
eitf .l In niake a viiinirm nifivmni Cnr
JetiveraUre of M, ..1.. 1, IV lhi;,t ..!! In,
frontiers, he railed forth and animated the
oiii fpii 1 ol )!, )H' irj . the youth ol
. hi n.i v. , roolcil , ti.r I hiu'iftin-riif of
he court, i.s v II av;heir .i.aiiual loyally,
o entei 11,10 Miliuiircr Inutalions ; aud 10
hullen (bv t Npeoiiio'iiHy tlie teiioits were
tuoumed in 1 r. . ai.,,! diln.uefed bv
pull. Ii. fl.ott, the hdvaiien of ftiaMua was
coufidei id ;i" 1 1 t' Ittil llakc ot the Kmneior
ndkii p, ind 101 il. i.s every ibiuc was lo Ue
hazardcl , lor 1 bii ibe pi op.. In if, us ol ecu.
tl.itk wa rt 'rtfted 1 everv i.Mer of an m-
inillicc w as idufed and we hae feentioiu
the late German lonrnala thai ihev hx.knl
with ; feci eniifldef.ee to the lucceis of
o f. vri t IpJ
iy mull I hi
hi l.i own
lhc i 1
I rrove that the mrPt be pjitMtd and
lillribuied, fix copies lo each meatbi 1
I This would be very important of it fet1',
though it would feive to (hew tl at a part of
he afte u.bly at lead weie net mated
oy the triumph, to the friftfo!.-er of the
molt tarred doty of every tationtP Inciul to
mankind, but ihu which tHettbil i'e.
P" 1 M k 1 s. Whai a ) tfon
" d to un ions is ibe refnb ot
V' ti.it a dteadful refponfilnli
' ; incur, which, frtfftlhe,
1 1 it 1 s, flints hieai ap.ni ir
ol pe. 1. ! Onr readers will id
with u.r mrrc niHllnei ot thr'.i
sve 1 here fore pul hfli the oftuid
1.1 1 ' 1 ti i .1 u aj.a uanlai.1.
1 1 ne
c alluded to, was
HcUl rtetaSh h
I hit wtckl..
r, Co.. the mellcuaer. was fent nff at
- v - 1
f o'tlofk iu niiu fiom Lord Gttiisillc'i
Hit", ii dilpaube" for an Motion 1 1 W .
jttt S i Ambaflador at the court ot
1 They are (oppofed to relate rn
hi h-ne ol aftnirt in Italy The
' cut muit tiatuiatly be an-