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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 10, 1809, London, Middlesex                                ^FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1809. inGi;-TMKATKE l^XCKOM, STKAND. r JIOA'DAY OCXS Felm&ry 13tt iiMiffnt,; ;'Jr � READING .rf lb? BATTIiK nf: riid�;V�rruH rttprtUWW infyrnK the PubltcvthsMtrini;' iMttefitot the IMBERUL 'FAtLUMESr. ^ui�� Rill, evi' . �    ... .r-!.'.   '        . �-.     ��    ''I   . -^1.1^1.......'    fill'.' n^'i^ carnfhig�n befi.rc the H-m. H.mi�#. wlative to bis ttoyat . |�r. Dowler ilocoliisfki3r�i jn.Eagland^^^ i HH^hovM ibe Commiwler iu Chief. .Wf naisc fcas l�cet> fre-        .    , ,,,, . ,;j^i,, iti'-rt IxamltirtiX I faava . \ quSitlyitttwduced, and 4hat qnntibiw Ik^t(^Mr���t, iioply. �pd.thc,q�Jwr piijlit wBefl cxanuoed Mre, 1 BaT� > : in^swpititAW wbirbauyuriHliMeaivti�nmsiuqiojiirio�3to i DUt seco him Stucr.   ,,, \. 'aOJ5% h OF LOU l>^, J'li W n so a y, P�9. 9. Oft-tb�K;ct>iKl reddiol; uf (Jampbeirs lmui�� Bill, evi* ; in; sirTpidflW wbirb njiy pniiliMeaivtViimsiuq'iojnriow deucewas oUtedjto (*u�f-lW t7n|i- tMiCprcidM'tbei^ iiii�t^|bii>rarc foyr uVIa>;k in (he af(cr-i Bttj by thcmselvcij'.'rfr fiiin' lierd (fiiSii- (KiiW and C videnc^. 'Che Kgiort of Lord BorriafSdnn'sDicorce Bill wasreceiT--^and-lfieStaadiqr. Order beii� auypcnded, the Bili was i!rad� tUrd,tinev and ordered io theConiniMif. V Lpnf ft|Ol?[fl(A� ponuaiut tu his iiuttce rose, to more the>ppotiittnetit �Sf d Camnlttce tu Consider of ithe ^lote^of Ihc Laws relalJTe to Debtor and Creditoft. Bis Liirdshiji pointed uiit-lh^ evils �^thtQii, in his o|)inioii, jctuch tb the prcient sys. itoli J jabd pbswtcd^ that it �as. hot his.Totentioa to-propose tliat the ppwtrof arrest should be alto-^gttier done aWay the ancient practice to .summon the debtor 'sciz�:d. � 4 gr***! 10,501 11,001 12.501 'to to 11,101) .ifeoifreeCjift of FiveJllindredWJmleTJckcU to the l^Uit4mitiiairavc-iSi. the Secaud.Uay, Numbers a&iblluw : Mm    10    13,10d iSiOOl     CO     J5,10i) fiSll    toH.dXJ 16j50l     to     1(>,(J00   � ;; iiiWi     to     i7,i(w ^^TlteBhtfTefitketsinayigaiallie whole of the following i..;....:of.....;j?.so;ono  .......of....:..=�.i,ono a.....;.......ie,ooo  lo...:............. 5uo ' 8;..;.:;.i:;..:., 4woL ,        *c. .... Jl^ns Ai�H^L the 12 CUAHCKLtOR did not can^-ider tb� as suf- \^tt^^^^ijV^y ^rawaCtioo which, he.,^rirt ficleat�ro.,foftte�afria,5 S. IJOUKNKinformed tb? Coms.tteb^tbat as he-had stated Idsl eTt-niiig he-had made ,�rety 49^ .qoiry tti-lils-powcf^- in or�Krta;is ^ biit had�ut b^ii'al^Lf t6 iinfil spy meinuMaduffl to thr6� U^htcu tlic sub' fiarc 9c�>jfil,frbin, i^^e.pAirtT^;* i twe-.ha^ i� ,COni.r. fVuiticafion wil^h lilra since i.wAii'i�t,ih:forfe'tlil� .fti^sei, I Hj^tfi op|y.s�^fr,tw;o men sincp, Qt^uaei' CJaftyrloit. who cilled tVrice t^-4^yv aiid aaoth'-rj; wltps^iiianio .I,shaU ineiiOon Hereafterj and wti^- Q. .U9W -tlSrig has >hi!''tteWJ acquainted Mr. PpH;ler|   A., t\ is IsidJvst.iiiclcss to ast tn^.  aSjl.havesdcfi the i}cw3jl8pcrs,'aftd may agrcc-wuh a^ise'ofihepdWer-of arresting debtors, had been iTieasnry OiTicc; in fhe Commissary Gt;nbr4i?s Gfl ,giveo b8fore,a Comin'ittee of thtJ'House of Com.   fice, nor    �    -  monSj but the truth (if that evidence was ques-[.iioned^ as it li'ad not beisa taheti'iipon oaih. The ..objection would, however,be completely rcmored if 'a. simtiar''invJsiti^itlon should 'take-(>]ac(! before .A Committee of their Lordships, ilis Lordship 'then moved the ^ppoi'iitment of a Committee, to consist:Of all the Lorils who have attended during . tiip pre�eni SessibD,'which .was agreed to mm. dU. i^djdtijjneir    ' " HOUSE or t.p.vliVlpNS. .there /ir)Wt�at'lj05stsV>Wiiil�vthe Crtitractors, whira ip.iy.     mWmtiliilliaie. Hjiliers of aciasie 3'ickiifi: ^ha^e to an Ihmrnse aad facidculahle  I'.eneViV.-I'he (ir^t-ttrattu Tri/.e., IahiWBJ3r.0flll|c fii^t tJav, -will be fniitM, ovi+ anil ulioye feTOGfeAJiiftW AfHoto.TickefSjaiid.Jhe Holder of the 9lnrs9�ldie Prize. 50Q.Wh�le TiArt', whiMt' feof.aOO) Whole'^iicKci* ever dravv:!, iiH i'.t; :uiJ3i Charing; Cro�s. 'lisStfcfeljfctl'^ I. i;�!i^ai"^Cj I   - '^utBiiffjt&cfiigibirt'wert'M^ forS^lcin rtotjif  . � Air. Wii4Ji.toii broushl (ipihtr report of the Militia Kn-.Usuurnt Bills the amendnientt were agreed to: .nnd Lwrd C.\ST'LUltv:.\t4ii luovt'd that the iViU should he rf:adnihtrd 4iine ti>-ioorrow, provided th H.\M said, he ilionld have tn ni&ke some oh- seriaiio&ii Oil thia Bill Hfaenever the third'i^eading took t�l.ice. ....     , Mr. Ilu'>Ki!i'snx brou|;ht in the .^nnual l.and. Malt, anS l.Viuiiifi Outs.Bill^. .Ako.the i0,500,000(r and IJiUOJliVV. I'.iche^uer Bills Bills. Wfaitb-.wcfe. nil :icverallv road a' flr�t timei anil ordered fi>r a Kcond feeding lo-niurrow.�. .. , . A Ale^saee was received from the Lord;, f'pxxinf; that their t.oifdships hiidf pvtnl a Bill of Urroreenieut betwirrfi l-t/rd liiid l>aity Koriiif^oo, and reqnesiiii� the rooi-orroore of the :C'oiuiUSaiH> tbcrron. , Tb�. Bill was read a       and ordered to be fead a second iliue. V ' 1 � i Mr. B.ivi.Kv pirsenteil,a Petition from the Ui'^loncon- thti In Bru^tol t,a l.-.Lhtd ud tlt^ Table. .. Mr. M.%nTiN wiiljdrew, Uls wuice relating ^o^ludiaAc- epuuiji. Willi the'^itw littgaXn bringinj; it furwardMbe lir�. itpeoJaV. .   / .Th�.-CHA\CK|.ipR pf the EicJttQVEH pWlponed   with Mr. Adam, who was'Secretary to Mr. Rtt at the timeoflMr. Dowier'sappoii>tmenti ,Mr. Pitt's own papers, except -those destroyed as iiseless, wrtre in posscssioq of hi5 execufpri the Bishop of Lincoln, who not being in town, they could not &e vxaihined. All ihut he could discover was, that an application had buen made by Sir Brotyke "Watsohii �9rh';:Warch,..1805, that 'ihrcc idditiongl-'As-sistant HftmcJ.C�miTiissaries were ne. cessary, whicli ni>t being atti a^atn �n tlic 5th Juric, tioiia'l C�>iiimiss2ries Were quencc of these appii^utlons it was diroclcd by llVe Lortis tif the Treasury that Ore should be appoint-. "cj!, aritf'Mr. Dtiwlcr w.as the thirdiio this tiutiibcr. Jle then narrated the mode in which thesiuappoint-mcivts werfe gi'antcd, and olkfirvcd, thai of bcvc-n-teco Cpinmissaru'S he had kniwovtobn appointed. suni-;, or the amuuiit of the. whole? A1 I tJsm speak ni�re particularly to 1000/. for his situation. '  '     ' ..I Of.'Wjs that Jhe.'nst sum she received from ?Jr..4l'wlcr?   a: No. Q. w'^s" ji the liisi Mini she received from hhn ? A,, i caprnot say pHrijcnb'rly fis.to that. I    (^.'.iJcTes she owe'Mr. Dowler any inoney ?  il. I 1 ii'-vor rcc *      ''  " � Lcollcct biy debts to Creat!-/ii)'- i. ^ -I Icud tti'Bdi'd to, he 8j)^j)lied , '^j^ .H^p^ated. A.I don' ^^hf\. .     r ... .> *' � reqiiireti.    Jb. oinse- \    Q.'Hn.s she frequently VeCtrgnisi^d debis to .Mr. �"� � ' DyM.lcr, and promised jiVi^mcifl ?. A,., I .�i;i:ly recollect oVku-j wheo inj'carf1.ag �c. 1 heiit t-i Jfi-r. Dfjuler (> f>ri(>>-c one Tor mi'5 and his lloy^I HHgliiicss would pay ______.........__________......_______________^    liini.   fie sent ine a ca'rrjagi'fn t';> a t; r t&at piirpose. --A chair Was ordered, Hud wittiiss being.relieved from her ap. pr(^h*n.Y    j they gavrf unless there was soifieibtetnal etidenc* ^^^^'J^^/^^^^M          after a few ?einarks taerely ,.^H"'^'���'v'ndiP{li:    . *-------------,----_ T^efC,!['i\%'"      f'-. ^^^^\}^^*^^m�-y^S wJUidrawn his. motion for \he ydar..   . . "Q. Docs witness recoltcc'. that he app1i�d to her io use her irirtuiJure with the Commander.ir. Chief, for the purpose of procuiing a levy for the lir.tiah iririy! Al 1 d�: .... Q� Dues she rccolk'ct Colonel French ofiering fier any peciinlaryaiitantageJ for. her influence? A. 1 do^ or t would not mention his nam**. Whaii^^erii titcse Mvaatages ? A. 1 do not rccdliect. ,   - Q. Udcs She recollect any part of the offer nlade b^^ Colonel f ren'oh ? A.' I have seeii.all Iho newspapers, but cannot Vecollect cither the snm trt" conditions. Q. Docs she recoilectCoU French eiiteting into ati.T contliiions? A. YeS." '   Cj. Did tliese condition* imfiiy atiy pccilulary re-ward fffr her serviics ? A. Certainly, > Q. lit consetjuence of this did she apfiy t<  this .account ?Ai Yesj bi|t I'cinnot re. colli^t tbti amouot-Mr. DuUtamkihy me ait the Qvl&i.CioK French or Gapfc'iSahafeo apply to getaiiyiilteratina made iii the levyf A> i always tdldlii* liiuyal Ifigbiie$j what they 4a!d,^�nd gave .him iQflfU FroieK'ii iiotes.' I wasTnot always awstre wHatwarineftat byiiteidi hisRoyailHighness was I beheve^^^   '      '�� .. x Q: 0�Ang the leiyirwa? Ctil. French to make a loin to the Commdhlbr io^ Chief ?� A. No. No |(iati'�rtttqbetftadetf|^^.'F^^ Q. .Wasany Jbjtji to be iioade arhing ontof. <� conoetfted with the levy'? A. Coi. French told me/' ^thatif bis RoyaiH^^ess would pass faV.accounts, vrbldi were correct, atxtivxpected tar|itrev at the Qpera.  lie called on me on Ihcsuincc!, n vl'it v. as .so ne^rdin. Iter time I could not help asking lijm U) dine witti m<", and wo thbti werit intb the drawiny-rooin. . Q. llcpeatcd. A. A.ycune (icntieman, a rda. tioii of mine dined will^u's, and some young Ladiei". Q. Were thpy the only persons with whom Mr. Corri was in tmnpany that night ? A. Some came in in the course of the evening. Q. Who we're lji<*y I   A. I cannot roc dlcrt. ' If you will as^ md particular nnmef^ and bring your question to  point, I will atiswcr it. . Oiiljf one ]()ersoo came in.' Q. Who w^s that one?   A. A frtfnd. Q; What vfas hi.< name ?   A.. Coloiiot IrVard'e. Q. Was he ihe only other ppfson whom Air, Corri saw thsi^ lijght?.   A. And my relation, (i. Did she receive a second visit from Mr. Corri, a short tiifi'e afler this ? A. Y��, be brought two bo^s te sing to mp. Qi' INamc all lhf)se per.
                            

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