London, Middlesex, England
August 31, 1803
London, August 31.
The Dublin Mail which arrived yesterday brings no
material of intelligence but the apprehension of Mr. ROBERT EMMET, for whom a
large reward had been offered, who was taken after some inconsiderable
resistance; and of Mr. BARNEY COYLE, a Merchant of that City. The latter is the
person who fought a duel with Mr. OGLE, one of the late Members for Dublin in
the Imperial Parliament.
The vigilance of Government appears to be unremitting;
and if the secret embers of rebellion, which were ready to burst into a flame in
many parts of Ireland are extinguished, it must be owing to the vigorous
precautions that have been taken, and to the alarm which has been spread among
those misguided People, who wish, they scarce know why, to change the best
Government in the world for the worst.