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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 11, 1809, London, Middlesex                                r SATl7RDJYf J^MMUJMY ii^ 1809. Price TVisGiU' VlCtO'Al.LtilG-dmCE, Feb. 9,1809. WoBKs j ri^HE; ComniS^^izf.rs for VialuaUing His Mor wUl hROei^yr4Uiou\c PahVic \ 'A jUiiy's Ntiotido Icertby gilu JV��ce, |{An  tiAU.ONS of WKSI' I.SDIA JiUAI; /e Ae ^^^mO^^^^'^^^-T''^ Gentleman Situaiidn, as ^ctabll^^S!^----    .   ., n?dgdn fcefidf; an iiodeniublc reftsciicc ' '^^^^i^mmei^\iV^^^^*^f: oaumty, but f^^Y yo>     Stjjyniiop^-street. OitreMarkvf. delioei'tddtai/fcee, fromUfurikuusasin .tchicit the name liai been iiondiAfiHiii..Hii.Uajcitys Victualling, Stores at Ply-riioiitli anrf PorUWHitK. in ifie 'foUdwihg proportions under-meiUiohtiT, Snehalft'lie'rSifind'monlh, orAlhe remainflcriti 20d,000 Gallons. 100,000 \aA VLvET,\et^sitag\eiilaiuuiy\\!Ma of thir-rfirc; Be'�m�r ih"tbriieifapacitiejthree ye.irs ^iffcifiltfie hM jtfel left, and five.ycaw in a former oi.c, ^Tl^hwefroPk*^-*^ n�wx�^e*>ty''�*'''= .charuct.T : lie B 7;:<�. , ' Jilt ^cgurii trill beJtid tu any Tetuler in ichich the price sltiill not be imvrlul tntcorlls at lengthy vr thut sliall nut    delivered '� the 'Uourd .-teftte   One iSCiodi o�} thr. said Tticsjay; �Wrf fbeiMg'bom without lejs .-ind anus.-)gjfrtml'�^fI^im^d>iA:^Adml  ?"*�.! and FIFTY- BAGS of KKNTISII HOPS, of ihegrsAth of ilie war one ttiou^aiid eight liunilr^d tliid ei*lit; to be n/i-na-crablelo SnntpUsta b'eprudttenl tonh-tke Temlers; toBede-livertd iri the syacie-ofune -itiunlh iAto the Starts at l'�rLiniuuit\ and Fl^niMUth, tn-tlmfoUatcin^proportions, viz.- . ForifmiHilb .. 1 k.... i... 150 UnSii Fhiuouth.i::.:.':......... 100 . Ji   . -250" And i� bepnfnfor tp Siils, payabh^'mth Ihterest,ninety days after dnte. '.......- The Conditions of tht Contract may be seen at the Secre-tarj/^sOJfice. Pio reg.trd trill be hhd to any Tender in which thi price shall nit be inserted in ii�tt}ie.ho\fse)ui\i{umliiTe way l>e taken at a teMiluatiiiii. The Lca?fe.v.f the i.rcmisMuiay be purrhai.;dj tftllie jirnnlic* held bii ao undt-r ' ' fooE-HKel, Cheayoide. - IMPERIAL PARLmdENT. rtODSL OF COMMONS, Friday. Frn. 10. . Oh the motion of Mr. VVardte, Captain Sanden  was gatdmoned to  i.c presented several Lettrra from Sir ChaHes Cotton respecting the Russian Fleet in the Tasils.-Oidered t�-be printed. On- ihcmotlijnof Mr. IlrsKissox, an account was ordered to be laid before thellou�eof the KmcUequtr BilW o>i the didt of 180$, out^ta^dillg and unprovided fur; aiaaUo uuac-couut of tue exceeds of the \VarTaxe>. APPOINTMENTS IN INDIA. .Mr.,G. SMITH, in pursuance of tke. notice which be gave last nighi, grouniletl on the circain-staiices of wh�ttheu Irausiiircd, movctlfor the up. poiutnipiiit of a Select Cotrimlttei", t > ii.qiirrc into the ^ystcbce of auy'dorriipt practices with rcjard �no th�*:*ppohUi�ej�t or uominatipa of wHtersKips and cadetships to the Kast iii^ifs, '6r to'k'ay'agnxi. mcntxncgoci^tionf or bargain, ilirccily or indirect, ly, for,,t}ie salv of sucT> appoiutnoeitts. Jle statet) tlidt ihis.niotion met with the ilnanimous ^pproba-liop oif the Court of Diretitors, who wore anx. iuus thdt.thc matter should be thoroughly probed. Mr. GRANT seconded the motiofl; he re. grcttcil cxti^emfiy not haiiring Jbeen jircsent last nightj jwhep the subject was agittlfjjd. Nothing cottld ue more satisfactory to the Court of Direc-tors,than the iuvestigatlon now ptoposi-d. As pii')-lie mi'n,they had frequently experienced the band, ful effects (rf the ifnpiitalions which (hey had often suffered on this subject. Thi-y had, in conse> (jucncc, endeavoured at various times, taking the advertisemeitts in the papers for their, clue, t-i dis. cover the individuals who, in those advertisements, lie JjJUjTffiir-Teu Ifears Parchasc villi . AlointiiiaWygiTeiyforAiinuitlessecurediifirintTeehold, &�ltM, subje5t on which he wished to say a few words, was Miss Taylor.' He thought it a duty which he owed to that l^dy,. to state what he knew coflceroing her. Uehad been giveti to undiTsfand that she was respectably connected, ; and that she had t\Vo brothers, one in the araiy^ the other in the iiavy.   When he sp jke to her yes. i Icrday of the necessity of appearing at the House, j she replied,     if necessary I certainly must ap- ! pear ; but I know that it will be the rtun of the dearest connectinQs that I have in the world." Under these circumstances he was ifeslrous- , ;    Mr. LOCKHART spoke to order.   The Hon. ; Getiileniau a',>pi;areil to him to be entirely out of : order, iti making any comments at fireseat 6a the i witnesses. Mr. WAIiDIJi.AU4,aatlhink.ji�was^diso*iiar^ ia endeaVouring.to - rescue Miss TaylLf from. ,thfe odium with which the questions of the Right Hoa. Gentlcinau opposite were calculated to liiad'her. The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEC^UEIl. = deprecated any remarks, such as those made by the Hon. Geutleman, until the-conclusion of the whole examination, lest there should be a debate' after the testimony of every individual witness had bceu given. , Mr. SHtlRIDAN allowed that his Hoii. Friend was irregular in the latter part of his speech, but h;; did nut conceive that he had been ao in the to-pic \vi(h which he had commenced it. With respect to that topic he could only assure his Hon. Friend, that suspecting he unknowingly derived his information from a foul and improper source^ were declared to possess the po\*er of procuring j he had only been anxious to guard him against the the situatiobs alluded to, hut iti vain.   Sometime .   . ago they found, that a clerk, at t!i 'oobjKtlon(n Irish Security -Apply ucrjAiinUj, f'<"i' ele-Tea till foiir, or by letter, to ittr. Berioii, JP^o, lOj Leiccsler-ylttfe, LeicMttr-mmre. CASK OFMILCUARLES GUIGNIOS, ENGlt.W Ell. jLFTER seventy years of intense appliraiiuti, iliD which tithe he has tomributed more than almost any �lk�r indiriiliial to the stock of public amusement, sind to tliegBKtij) diffusion of correct bute in the An of l-jisravjii?, Jl'h^rlts Grigntuu is, in his tiiiicticth year, reduced-io  litlnjla mielirtrtf jiJJrtilur fbr.thc last twenty or thirty }C2R, it has been gpauraflj sOjitJosi of Treaty, nor any noticed, unlets the'I'arly, or an Agfiil for him, psrsiiually alleiul. I'rery Tender mlltt be arnmipa-nif-dbya Letter addressed to Ihe Sacy Hoard, and signi.d by ttso re-pansihlc persons fngaging /o ijrumr bound.trilh ihk peruiti Undtting in the sum i^^''2000.'./or the diu perfurmunce of the Conlract.     _ OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, Jan. 2.j, 1KK9 fTMlV. Principal Officers Of His Majesty's Oni-E tiat'ce do hereby give notice', thai I'ropoinU teill be rt' cei.-td at their Office, in Pall Mall, on or before Wediie.--day, f/ic mih d'nij vt' Febni.nry ne.rt,from suc/i Persons us may hr tcill-.iig undertake the .supplyof U.Mh BROOMS, lillUsIlES and MOPS, for the Service nf thi^i UejmrtmtMit f troops of the IJrivei-!-Ijorps, willi the ;irii;y M-al to I'ortusal u:iJer Sir A. Wellesfey.-OrdcrcJ ui be printed. THE DUhK OF YORK, The Honsc having rcycihcd itsi-lf into a Committee, for the purpose of proceeding further with the invesMgation of the Charges against his Royal Highness the Duke of York, Mj.-."\VAIIDLE rose for the purpose cf making a fotv observations. The first ci-cninifancc that he wished to speak upon was the leticr read last night from Mrs. Clarke to Mr. Donovan, respect, ing Mr. Tucker, in which he was repre.sented ns having received iirformaiion from Mr. Fiunerty on the subjec�. When Mr. Finnerty's name was before introduced, he had expressly stated, that except when he wrote a letter addressed to Major Hdg.an,and his casual rencontre in the lobby of th�-lluuso, he had never any communication with that Gentleman, and that all that had passed ou the latter uccaSt'iii, was merely the relafiun of some 0 0 0 Q 5 0 h 0 5 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 1 6 4 6 f)ui ham I. C.    . -Tho. Barnarjl, J-;^q. Lord de Diiustau- ville Mr. Trelawny T. Tomkins, Esq. ft. \\U Solly, Lsq.J Id 10 0 1 1 0 5 5 0 iledhujd} ,dittJ   1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 Id a 0 1 0 1-0 0 0 2 0 1 0 .^J'^neli, ditto �f tSnSfcV 610 6 '{^. Blake, fitto... 1 i o �r.Go!den,*�� - Hiofi (sec(|ud sub. \ MfS. Hojismaii .- -Mr. Asliby, engraver Mrs. Uavls ;- - -A p.obrlsmdsc.ipeengraver  .   -   -  - !):�. - - - - - J. C, Ci-owk, Esq, T. W...... Edw. Uahnan, E$q. W; K;    ^  ^   .  . Sir Jlari-y Englefield, Bart. - - .- - 10 10 Thomson Bonner, (JRANW LOTTERY. FREE GIFT of One Thousand ^Tholc Ticket* the t-irst Day,niimbersas follow :- 'J,m   to  Sao.i i 7,lWl   to  7,10J I J0,5Ql  tfl  10,600 4--.'l  I.I 4.R0O 8,^01  to  S,t)00|ll;iW  f'>  ll,llW 8,^01 9,001 to  9,100 1^.301  to 12,ouO 7 fi ! 10 1 *-' 0 : 0 10 u i 5 5 0 1 .... 10 0 0 Miss A. L. Bayd   ..OldO a Lady   - jq q 6 fii�.SoUy,lSq. . liO M.-�ry Ho^c, Esq.   lU uw .   J.V.   ----- 1 10 Anonymous liaK OboUm Beli- Sario - - -0 x.vr. - . . 1-A.L. Pouter, I&q. ^ the V.xamioer- -1 D.S.M.       - 1 T.\Yi\iim, Esq. 1 -Mr. J. CarpcmM- * 1 J.fioppner,Esq: R.A. 1- .Jlenrj Salle, Esq. " Mr.flails" '    -^'Blwovia Charles Cowper, 2 t     Esq. ' 1 0 Marquis of Stafford 10  VV.         - J. P. a Lady    -10 IV.K. 0 9.Messrs. C. and R, 1 0     Baldwin   .  -10  Messrs.    Lonpnan, 10     Utttst,Rees,5tCo. J  1 0 G. P. 0 10 t? W. Wi (i 7 tl John de Fttatbtea 5 0 0 0 0 D 0 B a 0 1 lU 5 0 1 0 i 0 so .>.i3ol  to 5,fi!0 li'.jlii  � .il Exchange, Snd ho whertf else in LondciD on their account. Tl^ Sthentf! contains Four Prizes of 20.0JO/. each, T�ith thejusiint Number of other Capiktli, &c. in addition to whTch,. thfe First-drawn Pi^ze above 15/. on the FiKt Day, will be etltitlrd to One Tfaowand >Fhole Tickets ; etnd the Firstflrartn Prize above 15/. on tiie Second Day, wiH be entitled to Five Handted Whole Tickets. Shares in Proportion. . These Tickets "if ill be deposited at the Bank previous to the Di^wing, and delivered to the furiuaate Fropriciors ^ttbc close thereof. . (f^- Letters, pmt-pald, duly aiiswered, and Schemes ^ti*. Bank, India, aod South Sea Stocki:, with their several A unuitiet, India Bonds, Excheqtt ecn induced tt>send that caution to liiiflj which it afterwards appeared he had not received.   In a j art of what he had said, oa a recent evoning, he had bt!en prompted by the itroiig feeling excited in him after the very serious (rhaxges brongljt forward by his Hon. Frisnd, to find that the idea ^-as fjr a momeiit entertained of allowing one of tliciu to stand over until the arrival of the wi'ucbbfroni Jamaica.   In iiis nbscrvatioos on that sulijijct, he had uut only declared how ia-dispcnsiMc u was that a question ofsiic^ moment should be deternsiai-d wiiiioul delay, but had also shL'wn that the pivs'-iic-.: cf Cclouc-l Fr: nc'', as a witness, was unnecessary, since he and Cuptaiti Sanden wero complet-jly identified in the same ttansa'.;tion.   Wiiii reg.uJ to bis h.'.rttig insiuuated that tiieilu;!. Genlieiuaa received his iuf./Tmatioo from fcii! channels, it was notea-;y for him at that moment to answer the challenge of his Hjnourab'.c Friend.   It was dillicuit for hi^- to pjint out tin; persons from whom ha was conviac
                            

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