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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 14, 1809, London, Middlesex                                4,302. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1809. Price 6 VICTUALLING OFFICE, Feb. 6. 1E08. e heliverf lilt ) for. J. M. al- IMPEIiUL PJRLIJMENT. noW'*iMich.in Pashjon, .fRenwaotoof BedFur. fc8d�ither wholesale or at Ricbard'Claraace's, _^ ast* Ware. dmininCun- WouUeus, : or private 54i >.�^^^ the �^'ThT^o'bUUyV^lergv, antt olhrr^, desirous of ,�ia�i^,ftenSRlliii>!sperrcnl.-Ad-Baker's Coffee-lauFt Mawioa-   HOOPS, acnceniA/e ("< et>iatrit�kt-   apposed the iiBiaediate inqiJiiry were of coasidtTJible in^^tji- HOUSt OF COMMONS, Tct-jday. Feb. J3. BorringJon's Divnrcc Bill was rf.id a second lime, ami commiiied; Mr. Parke hi'.inl asCo�n>el,iind wiiB  v\-a-inincd in support of Uie'Petlliiin. The House h.iving been refliBU'd, (�ho Bill war aorj[kuri)c^je^ecate� exactly on the "Tor .afccriitd'of Three Ye;iTs., though Tenders for the insu-ilngisif months onlfteiU be considered. � PaHsrns of the Artclts may be teen upfin application jiltht,^ PrinSpul Slnrekeeper^s-OJ^ef in tlie 'Tfiiier s Khcre furlHtf-parliqitars,'together Kith the Terms and 'Caitditiuns�f(he'' Vtmli)act mag be,khoan ; anii also at the Secretttty't OJfiae, linfJ**U MtUl afortsaid,.any day between the himrs of Ten ana Pour   Cock,'teltKre also the Propnfuls must'he delivered sealed up, and iiidofseil, " Propn�al� for Hair Brooms &ei i" btit no ^Proposal eon be ndmitttd after the said lath '4ay of Febnmry next, at Titelve o'Clack at b��b of t}ie'sfnifl day; neither tcill'any Tender be noticed unleit the Plirty htal^n^it.brm Aetnt in his behalf,: tiatl attend. RvOrderof the Board.     R. H CRKW. S.c ; ; .        KKW MUSlcTju't published       T THREE QUARl'.ETTS fin i:w., Violin.s,!'. nor aiMl Violoncello.-Composed by Lovis'Vam Btc-TDOVEJi'i Opera .W, price 75. hd. "'� Piiotedby G. Astor and Co. IW'OBLEMllN, G^TLEMm, &c. arc re^ 'siiectfally informed tbey may be supplied with Money to any Amount,on terms eqnal to Mortage, aecurod on Free-bold, Copyhold, Leasehold Lan^ or Houwe, Money in the Ftiod$, Mairiage Settlements, Widows' Jointures, Cli*rgy-mens' LiviHgi^ or anyUrtber Property ; Persons of rcbpeclabi-lity may be supplied on their per^o>val Security only. ( ViUs and Cu. So. i^, &uutb->ireet, Be^eley-M|�are.   _ rr^O be Disposed UF, inthe.ticinlty ufPortman-JL square,a HOUSE fitted up in the (ir$t uyle of fiiihion, witil^.'ijseiof tbe]aiige>t dimensions; cmUiiiis hoMeWeep-er's-room. butler's-piiolry..detached liitchrn,'and trameruus conveniences, eating-mom, library,, drezisir^-raiuu, and water-closet on the ground-lli�or; two drawing-rooms, communicating by folding doorf, six bed-ronms :uaI dressiQ^-rooin; coach-bousc, 4-stallitable, coiicttmaii's-raom, ai/d barueis-foun. 1'ickeis to view may be ^obtained of Mr. Philips, New Boiid-ttreet; .Mc Chii^itie, Pall-Muir; Mr. CiUow,and Mr. Oxenham, Oxford-rtrefct._ iAK TIMBER.-To be SOLD in O fiMnff Wo1e tickets "if OnW 1,^ :tS'''9,ioo imi 'toi'^ iSJl to b',�fOv< KJftl^ Gift rioMmwnahuvc IbU tWi ' lS;urtl ",tb ^13,lt-' htm t�f^?-*i;iiiery �f OOONANE, otherwise .called. J|>OLlV:o.VEEJ{, in.tlie Otteen's C.mntv, belonging >to- ig with them goad characters i.MUl,lM)nj�y and sobriety; will recel�e immediate "em- ......- �    ��  "---'Sr.v-Colliery; who liatuU one hunilred Colliers. T,-......-,.-----______for whom, as well as < , comtortable accommodations have beeii twi"'"''    � il'ag^6�ilt|iMthut purpose, adjoinitig the ;;4'^"ugh the Coart'of Directors of tbe taid Coimpany ^Xa^arnRrladV^itbefDeat. declared thMnserves "�*i�e.p�iwwils for netting-nid C�llier>, and ' Z!:*''5'*''^ �^�� "        competent cS??* P��P�ber ahotM^ply for enploymeat, that 4bey 2Ir ^ *��apP�w�e�i( ^aibeJ i�i resneet to cmployiaeiit i�r '&?IIl^^^J*^*^'*�?C�ll�iek, now oeaHy read, otheeext^piaaiket^fot iSt^^*^!g*?'^�* Caaal at Athy; and ai^iipr. "   mil? ^Sbl/^y of-Kll4are, beipg the polrtof J^g^   �fce^own af AtMosL tilaale in the ceatie of 18W.     - ^       DA!�!�|i KAGOT, Sec. Lots, with their Top* and Baij|f,�l5 0A-KS, mostly ofa size fit /or the use of toe *�.����-� The.* ace numerically marked, and are growing in the Pari.sbes of Fitleitb and South Moltun^ Devon, nithin a qdrirtcr fcf a mile of the Turnpike K^ad, and eight miie^' from'tianulitple.-For the above pUrpn>e, an AiKiiim will he held at the Fnrtcsrue Anns, in Kamsi.t-pie, on theS4th of February next. For a view of the Timber, apply to Alr.'Bailraeut, at Caslle-bill, iiear 'South Mul-ton, aforesaid. * Dated JOth Jatiuiiry. 1809. r        be SOLDj pursuant to a Decree of ihe JL liigh Conrt of Chancery, made, in a cause L.\RKUi c. .Wti-Mx, before AlexandrrPiiph-ami, Ksq. one of the ters or the sajd Court, a) the Public .Sale Room, in South-aniptoa-buildiiigF, Chancery-ladc, L�nduni on Friday, tlie 21th day vf l-Vbruar.y, 1809, t^^tweeu one .ind two o'clock in the afternoon, in one Lot, a capital FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or TENEME.NT, with the Yard, Warehmse,  Counting bouse, jand Promises behind ihesanie; being So. 198, onilie F^^t side .siry, as the returns arc regularly made in .March. Mr. Wm. WY.SNnde.'erred his motion for the returns of . i-ly �pleased lo submit to the House, copies of the proceediuss of the .American Congress, from tht c�iiiiucuce;nenl of their pn--tent Sessions; as jibo the cnrrefpnudftire relative to .Sir. Roae's missiQp,and the Treaty coiii-luiied between this couii-try and Sweden. Lord HESa.y Pettv fave .notice, that h? would to-morrow .make a motinn, ih;ii ihe Grit K-Ucr tiihs.'nnriu to the Convention of Ciutrn, fr>oiiiie.Seerciary ofblaie to Sir liew Dalr) mple, be laid before tiie house. THE DUKR Ox YORK. The House resolved UfuJf iuti a.Com:nitJce, when Mr. Waudce ruse to pcDSuciite his iiivcsti. gaiion of the coutJuct of his Royal Highm-ss the Duke of York. TJi'- lirst evidence called �v?.-; .\lr. Malthyy who, ou appcating at the bar of �he House, was EXAMlitED   BY  THE ntANCELLQU OF THE EXCUK- Q. Where do you live, and what are you by prifesiion -.A. In Fi,hniorig�*r'.-< U;iH. Q. Aud what arc ymi by profes�iv.n?-.. A SoUc'itor. *i. Are you acquainted Willi Mrs. Clarke:-.'i. \ rs. Q, Wheodid you .irit become acquaiiittd with biT?-A. In July or Au  did you become acquainted with Mrs. Clarke at ihat period?-'\. Hy Mr. Hus-fU Maiiifj-, wtio married a sister of my wife's; he inirodQced me i� Mrs. Clarke, who he faid coulrt lecoeimend me to a place through the means of the Ouke of York. I s.ttv her then iive or six times, hilt from Ihat time lo the trial of iJapt. Thamp^on 1 saw nothiog-'of her. Q. What business did you transact at that time \one. Q. Did you hear aoy mure 6n the .>ubj(ct of a pluce lor Air. Manners r.AA, There was alettir on the suhjici. Q. Did Voti see that letter :-A. Yes, 1 believe 1 did ; or 1 heard of it from Mr. Manners. Q. From w bum was the letter purported to he wr-ttenr- A. As Mr. Manners told roe, from liie Duke of Vork. Q. At whut lime of the year ISitS did you hear or jce the letter ?.-.A.' 1 cauiiot particularly recollect. Q. Did you ever Iie.-\r from Mr*. Cl.irke, at what liwe the connection broke oH between the Dukeuf York aud her/- A. No.     ' Q. Did not Mi�. Clarke's interest ceotinue to exist in July or August J-A. It did. Q. Did you hear vMnDT,.W.)i.JBdiBb -:Who wn that friend^-^A. Hii nan� was Williams. ^ Didly.ou nakeaay caauiry io cosseqoence of this ap-plicati��J-.A. Yes. ' ' *^ ' Q. Ofwhom?-A. Mr.tindaU. � Q. Tfatoaghwbom was'Mr.TindaUto procure these 19-poiaimoitt}-A. I do not know. Q. Was any money deposited in this case }-A. Ifone. a. Was there any atber ioitaoce ?-A.. Yes, ia the �me sraT netbin^ wasiione. Q. Ia whose behalf was tbU} A. Mr, Ttomwa't. -WkcB was tlat ?-I eiimot b* cntma. - O.       if before Of after .Mr. Williams or Mr. Lodowidt's! -A. Before, (j. 1 ttiougnt you had stated there was no instance before these?  A. i might be mi>t.-ikeD. Q. About whH't time was Mr. Williams's btuiae^ in hand ? A. About August. Q. \V.IT thtie-.iuv money deposited ? A. None. y. What otfice was to "be procured for Thompson? A. An OlCcer in the Militia. Q. (}f wham did you inquire 00 the SBbject ? A, Of Mr. Tiodall. J    "H Q. iJo you recollect .iny other person for whom yoamade � any inquiry besides thsse you have already eaumerated ? A. Y     .Mr. 'tawson; Q. What office was he to have ? A. A Landing W^trr in the Custom-house. Q. Did >ou niaikAanv inquiry on'bis account?  A. Yet. Q. Of whom?   .\. Of ttie saoie person, Mr. TindalL ii. Was there any deposit in tbi* caic ?  A. N'one. Q. Did .^irs. Clark.0 rtrcuHimeiitl all theie personi to yon } (.\s the Cammittee ditl not enfurce their order that every Qucsiiiiii and Answer should be read by the Short.hatiil Writer, aud from ihe c'l^owdcd state of the gallery, it was with much difficulty that cvidenic could be htard, and the answer tu the last question was lost   It is to be wisheii for lite salid of preciiiion,. and l^at there may not be any cause given heioifter to tfoubrthe aSctJracjToJF"^ the evidence as taken by the Short-hand Writer, that the original order of (he Commiltse shoui. be rijjiiiy adhered to.) Q. Wsu there any olber instance?  A. None that I cii recollect. tj. Was thrre any promise given of a remuneration ia ajiv c.'we where no deposit was made? A. Ycfc, iu cuSw-Mr. �i'tiiim)>6 ou�ierion; in that asfcrtion ?   A. Yes. y. Do you know ;uiy one Mrs. Clake calls tue Duke of Portlaiirt)   A. No. y. Don't \oii know that she calls you her Duke of Por^ l.iiid ?   A. HuMrd so by {accident. Q. By what .iccident ? A. As I was coming home from the City un Saturday, 1 heard from a GemUwan 1 met, that she hail meutioued here. Q. Wai Lodowick mentioned f.>raDy other place but ihat tif .A>si3t:iii;-L;<.-inm'l  ?  A. Not ilint 1 know of. Q. Are all Lridowick's hopes given up ?  A. Y'es. [Here atcaiti, from the c;:uses l>ef(>r>r:is,�.!gn.-d, we losfsevf-ral quesiiiHif and ouswers; they, howcvvr, appeared unim-portaui.] Q. Have yon bad any cwminunicatioii with Lloyd.' A. None. Q. .\re you acquainted with Coleman and Taylor? A. No. . Q. By Mr. Stevess.-Do you recollect the ctriatcned name of V.iiliams?      No. Q. W'ds he the same person who appealed her;?   A. I do not know who that peison was. Q. Do you know that Mr. Tiadall was an Ensign in the 17tn Foot, and went from that into the-Regiment.  A.. 1 uiulrrsiuod be had been in tlie army. Q. Did yimevcr undctland that it was owing to Sir Arthur �VN eHeiley being so much engaged at the Court of inr^iiiry at ^ Chelsea, on ihe C'lnviMilinn nf Cinlra, that Lodowick AiiX mil procure his appoiBtro.-nl ? .A. Tind,-i!l said, that it oc-rnpicd hi> attention so much as tu stand tu the w ay of the ap-pouunient. ^ Q. To whattirae did Mrs." Clarke represent herself as r.We to prnrurc places and appointments.thiouglt the ibeans of the DuliC of Y ork? J\. Lp to iheeve of this Inquiry. She said the Dttfeejvai.to jjjace lieroua smaller establishment, and would nut' disajipuiui her in any of the�e Te�j�ects. (3. Do you speak this on your own surra:�e, or has Mrs. Clarke rejtlly said so sine* the year 1803 ? A. She said what induced me to believe that she had these things in her power. y. By Mr. BATUuasT.-Had you any communicuiion wUa tbe Duke of York ?  A. >o. Q. How. Iheti could y.pu suppose that Mrs. Clarke would employ y ou to negociulf what she could not do herself by .bet owH inllticnre ?   A. I cannot account for it. ' (j. Did vou ever represent jour.-elf as having iniuecce with the Duke of Portland? A. N*. Q. By Mr. Wihtbre.id.-With ?rbom, then, did you represent your!(af as having influeuce to iiuince Mrs. Clarke to apply to you ?  A. To no permn wbatev y. \Yith whom had Mr. Tindall inUuence? A. Idooot ktiow.   1 never enquired. Q. Then, am I to understand you to say that you were a party in the deposit i.f money for a certain purpose, without � kntiwing through whose means tliat was to be effected ?   A. 1 did not know. Q. Did yoa apply to Mrs. Clarke respecting Mr. Manaei's debt?      1 do not recollect. Q. By'Lord l-olk 4v to another person ? A- i said 1 would make inquiry. I never n.-imed Mr. Tindall. Q. Who Introduced Mr.Tindall to yoB? A.Imet hiaiat Mr. Robius's. Q. Q. basiness. Q. Whpl^lation exists between Barberaml Lloyd ? A. 1 do not know. '        , Q. You "never saW'XIoyd ? A.'Notlomy knowledge. Q. Are'these of WilliaJms, Lodaiauck�Tbomson,aad Law^ son, the only triiDsaftioos of the kind in which you were ever eo^tged ? A. I do not recolleet. Q. Recollect yoorsetf^? A. There was nothing doaeijianv -no sureess.     . Q. Some others were mesUoDeil then ? A. Yes. Q. What were tbey ? A. One, a Clerk ia the War Office. inAagartlast. -        -.      ... ^ Q;'At whose instance was this applicatios laade, Ain Clarke's? A. I cannot be sure. Q. Was he to receive any.thiogfor this interferesce ? A Nothing. - Q. For whoa was the place to beprocored? AM don't recollect. i,    � Q. What sum was to be paid fiBrrt? A,FromSto40Qf Q. To whom did yoa apply i A. To Mr. TindaiL       * q; Do you recollect any other cases > A, No, 1 do not Q.-Do yoa recollect there vi^ereaotany other I A. Vn ' It Bay have escaped my memory.. ^SSI r . *N,te      "��oc-�ated for .Mr. R. Maa-nefk in 1806 ? A. No place. Q. What was the ttaasactloo? A. (Witneis repeated bit statenientretpectingiherepmeMalaccountt,&c) Q. Year .acqaaiatancp with JH13. Clarke 4r4�ped frous r. n.ouiuss. Q. Where d^es Mr.Robinsljve J^A. Io Bartlefs BeildiiK. Q. Did yoa ever see Uarberh A. Once 00 Lodowick\>   

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