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   Courier (Newspaper) - February 17, 1809, London, Middlesex                                JV*'. 4,305. .......FniDJY, FEBRVARY 17, i80.9. ^"'^^ ,;ii he iiredclii.'d in tlia Parish   onSrx- ) XSl Couniry Seat, will Ut, to a suitable Tenant, his TOWN j lin.taui.bvthellov. J/ iSie aU.i)ve Paris'i, awl foiiliiUiu^ Hospital: ii,g, &C. 'rf S'eveilty-�i: r.:    "... M�'.'^^?VSw^ tSie aU"ve Parishim.l-aU�- i )at.>tji'-^-"at tlte FoiUiaiiujc Hospital: to rc- ; _E�fO'�Sif      , ru,thir,j:,&c. 'rf S'eveiity-�ix poor | Chant.v.^   , " � veil �> vloi'K. Irji ANT) LOTJGING.-A. l-WHy of 5ie Uti�'�?'tli^;^t!^;rcqar�t(-aeftiilSquarcsidlheMiaropiHi�, i   A   ty's Ka-iy do h'-friby give A\tue, Ihat osi lati^^-^s,   ....... ^ - 1 >i..^i.>.:.^.....   - - Tenders ilia. 2t. HU-NUKKU llhHMALT- lu be (ititvered una huff Ihtrcof in a fiirluig/il, itnl (ht re, matiulcr inaforhiiglct afleitcnrd:-, into 1 Hi JluJiUjj's )'ic- INDIA SHAWJ.S._Latlies �r Gentlemen dcsf- n)u< of purchasing c�nriiii!S India Sliitwlsi have now an , ,. ,   .      _     .                            .   , opnoriuiiity of iwiwctins the mort wp^-fli SHeciion ever be^ 1 luulUitf*           c^ Oeptlord; and tu be paid Ju.-  :r, iiiid oiher AVoracJ Muslins. WAlNTED to lleut, Furnishtal, for. one or f no yi ars, a IlOUSt:, coulainin; two or lUree s�od The condHions vj the Contract, may be J>etn al the Seen' \ Au regard tcili he had to any Tewhr in ahich the price 1 sliultnotieitisertf.dtnieordtatiengtli, or t/iat i/uill rn/.-Z^ , delivered io the.  Hoard iefure  One u'Cloik  on ihe miW ; TUeiJa_>, iltii'IUt iiiilant,niiiun!ciS Che I'trmn tc/io rnckei  on /lis dehalj', UlUndi ta i the j\iu!fr, or .o.mc I'crsvn �n%ice� ic/;rii t aUcdi for. in a t  Hiicire ihai.ks 1      i-"V-"-. ...... kijFrieods,fortliedi�tingtji!jhrid|itttr �'; eiiIn L ana rrtuctlfuliy acquaiutethe Noliiiitv and tiVntry that � - '''^'"f l' Sjas fitted up the Cuflee-liuiuc in a mperior st ' ' ..... ' i<-*i'"ilivvu i.<  -  --..!.^..iri.t alii-Hlion he       to tlic prejia This d;iy is pub!i: i � T A CO 13,  at P ADUN.All  F    Prinleafor the Author, byj. ftlarsden, ind Co. London. A .M.--- C'ulchcalor i^O  be   SOLI),   Two capital .st'conil-hanil inANO-FOltTKS, Ten f;uini.-a=i cadi, suitable for I.earaerj on Jiiat e;teenied Injtruiiienl, or li> stand in a r'jom fur priiftisiu; on, t;> save tbe ncariii;; out of an expensive ..... � ler of them will be talicu back within a price, ill exrhunge for a new one.-To be four o'cli'ck, at No. 5, Leicester-place, L'cice^iiT-aquarc. N. li. If wunti-i for the Couutry, the I'.tciiiiij; Ca:c and every other charge will be One (juiuea an i a iialf". public, but it is ueceasarv to uicntioii, that therisks of liisu-raiice are tiie lieaths of lIorse=, Mares, IClplei, Bulls, Oxen, t'oi.s, and Slieep, occiu.ioni-d by disea*^or accident (J'ire exct-ptod). saUjeclto such comiilioiis ami lekiriclimis as will This dny h published, price 33.   Paris 1 and 2, of Correct uiitl  authentic Copy of the EV'I-DK.VCK Uiken before a Coitiniiitee of the llOL'SH of COMiMO.NS, upon the Conduct of his Royal nishi.e!> the COMMANIOER in CHIEF 5 in which are included several Documents that have not yet appeared before the Public. Loudon : IMnted for C. MutUw, No. jj, Jlolborn, nearly opposite Ciicat Turnstile. The rer.iainiiv; P.irtsarein the press, and will bepablishe^ iviih Ihe iitnio-tdii'piitch. This ia the iieculinr rnmnenf when such Tbins'shoulii be known."-I'll the Preso, and in a few days will be publijli- rvillE IIISTOR-Y of Don FlivNCISCO DK JL MIRA.NUA'S .'\ttenipt to ellcct a Kevolulion in South Am>-rica. In a series of i.ctters.- ily a Geiitli-iiiiiii, wliu v.asan Olficeruiidcrihat Ueaeral, i� liis Friend in the United Slates. ^ To which are added, Skeichcs of the Lifcof .MinAN.'i.vj ! and Cleosfjiphical notices of Cararcas. ��.^u7r^.; iu their behalf, niunt altera to an.i    _ Sfo'r at a Meeltns of  the Coni.uitt.-e at the (..;orf,e If vlbr* Ta*tru aforesaid, oa Wcducday, the 'iJd ouy uficltfuwyuot^ht, .-i^eleivii o'clock. iJy Order uf the ^/iinni'i ^fciilnoe. Ffh. 10. 1509. f the ronimittec,       ^ W..5CL'l)AMOE.E, Clerk. _ siii?iUarlya_ .    ,   ,      , Inai^lT eUritivr. -E-triv roisnsion uiay bi- liail, ai.tJ a ,   ^ J l\icI'uro|ja ct imiy ^ftiirucvil^i? apply to i\U. ilu;ui. lofnlE^chaase.. 1). 9,'Pdniua-.'quare, Covfiiiry-stnet, ,'!il�t>�-RO\TL/UM>S aud COBDEN, Tailors, :.iid JlulHl *"l Teli.-4e Ma!.iTs, (frnin Mr. T. Allen's, isi IJoaJ-�l*f alisrai-,vw nhicli toi-y have given, t'ley solicit the future su;ipor: of tWrjin^flit FHfudsaitd the I'uUlic :lt larKr. lUaml C. ill ciiiuru'ieiicc of the very rapid niul uvtraordi- Mryn^.....^ �     *^  -------�� Militr, aietrrvliidriureiior to Spiuiinhijhpi-rliues, and contirtrra-Wylrtiiluprice, wliich a siug'e trial will fairly denioitl' �f-aesi^KiSlidSj .Naval LVifoiui,, Fancy Dresses, ' JlftfriiMi Livfiiert. &c. . r (he Hioit approve fuuiilry r.;!iJcms may scud an old suit ii KitfiiriBcil liow tii.traiuiiiit.:! propri-iiieaiurc p auy to be under th� exclusive iiianngeiiiPiit r>f 21 Directors, lacliiding a I'resiileni, whereof lUe undiTjiijiied (ieiitleiiien, marked * arc to turin a part.aitd the rciaaitidcr shall be appointed by Uie Piopriclary at large. The Prcaiden: to be :>ppuini.ed otii of, and by the ahnvc isamed (ithtieman, who, t�KCIher with those to be appointeuniber� .u'follow : '     13,001    to    Id.lO.-'ll.'i.brtt,   �o     JS'lOO 11,501    M     M,6*J ltf,50r^   to     lo.bUO 17,001      ti�      17,]&.> ,Tlnaho�e Tickets may tain the vrhule of the faUow^jK  3t> 'V.............   i.ttXI 6......oT......'i^.I.WK) 10................. 500 iSic. Ac' Bepu* APRIL the Hlh, IS09. �'Iltonjequrner of the abi�*eGifts of 1,300 Tickets, there H,^W,^MforS*le. � - ^^tUmd Shares are selliq; at all the Lieenied Oftees. )^>^�sCOR.VniLt.aM !>, GlIAHING CKOSS. '�p ; MSit soHglis Ihe Attention of the Public to 2" . Jfc* Scheme of the eoxriin; f;.ottery, which eoDtaiiis the nei^giAt urvrixes iviw) tickrtsns ibe U>t, buiwUUau *�l>es:*t B^tvigivwibytbfctJaulriictors, which may ^ �bf tortu�nte HtiUen^astiiEle Tickrtor share to au {geaj^ ajld latelcabi^le; BeneUi.-tbe lirrf-di?�wn Friie ^� .i''^te1wts aud the floWerof tbe "-wftPHteslfoveUIiMUbcKcund Day, .will ab.in re-viJf�i^^ahowvic ^e, 5� \rh�leru*cts which eWflfp Sealed-ujt ai^i�e^Dilted r�> security in the Bank The Kftmbet�'i$the I�30i> Tickets so givcii are us, at various meetings, and thai it appears to us to b - a Plan posaersed oi' peculiar merit, ai.d promises to be of erealladvaulage t>> a Proprietary as well as tu Uie liuipire at lar.;-. Under this iinpre�iuii, we have resolved to give it evrv support in our power. W. II. 11. BROWN, Goldeu-lanc Brewery;  JDll.N t^ARD, Devimrliire-sireet, Portlaiid-pUice; J.J. l.OCKUART, M. F. Tubney Lodge, llcrks;  IV. A. iMADOClvS, Al. P. Tre Maduc, Carnarvon- shin-:  "IVM. ilALL, Duke-slreet, Lturoln'?lnn Fields;  JOHN \VARMLN6TON, Plaistow, Esse* ; SA.MIJliL DAVIS, Borough:  ALKX. JOHN STRICKLAND, Woppiiig;  JOll.V FAR-LLY, Claphaui Coninion :  JOHN liUr^NKLL, Wi.iie Chaiicl Road >  JOn.V Sl.MKIN, Red Cross-street;  OliORUK Lli-kliUKN, Leadenhall;  J. JOH.NSON, St. Paul's Chiirch-vMd : JOHN SIMPSON, �VVcst Gale ifooje. Lint oliishirc;.  JOHN CAPIiL, Royal Exchange;  ANDREW ABBOT, Fleet-street. .-V.Mivy R;.ri.i;cito.ns5 by the Author of Thoii.ijhts on AU'ect.Uiua._       '     _ l;!>.TOJv.Y of f!ie POLITICAL LIFE of the Right Hon, U ILLlAM Pirr, includinj; some Account of the limes | in which iieiived ; by JOH.V (JUFORD, Esq. Printed fur T. CADELL ai.d V>. D.W 1ES. Strand. TT^ilK Author fiuditig hioisflf incapable of  u important and intrresting a period, witltin tbeliinit which he oripnally pri^ciibed to liiui-si'lfj'and tt�e publishers bavin;; been honooreil with iiitiina-lious frocinmuy of .Mr. Pitt's mo>t dislin^Hished frlrnds, lUut a niore iK-jja'iit Edition th.-\n that hiinerlo acn..:unci'd, would be highly ncccptaMp; tbe puMir is resprctlully informed, thai the \VorK w ill be Iiroujflit forwnr.l, eai !y in the mouth of May octt, in the three iVilbiwiiif; f-rnis, viz. :- 1. One hundred Co{)les, splendidly printed in three ViMs. Imperial Quarto; winch will be failhtully npiiroiiriali'd ac-cordinc fi> ihe dittes of orders received. I'ncc 15.'. 15�. in eitrn boards. . . i. A limited number, in three el'panf Qn.irto Volumes, oh Royal Paper.   Price 8/. fa. iu c>:tra boards. 3. Handsomely printed in Six large Volumes, Ocl.tro. Price 4/. 4s. Ivachof the�c Fditions will be illustrated with two finely rnjfravcd Pottrail* i>f Mr. I'ilt : �nc from Ibv? b!i?t executed by" Mr. I-"J;uiraan; the olher from the nio-t approved original Picture; and offlese, one hundred Prootswillbe takeo olf for Ihe superior C4>piet, and the next iiupres:islii;g of nearly lOUi) V'"liimes, in various l.a.i^f.iuire?, in History, Topography, Iliography, .Antiquities, Aris and Sciences, Voyages. Travel-, i>ivinity, iic. /vc. JJeinif the whole Library of ihe late Mr. Ce.irue I'alon, of the Cus'ioros, Edinh'.irt;h, a' Gentleman well known to t.ic most eminent llistnriaiK and Hiosrapher.-of the present age, fium wli.im many piiljlic as well a-private acknowledgements were le-ceived f.>r the aid which he alHirded in their researches into .-intiquity.-Catalogues for ihe first'iO nights Sale to be had of .Messrs. Longman, IJurst, Rees, and Orme, Lnu.lon; willi whom roinulete ''atalogues will be found iiia few diys. .V. B. Orders iddresscd to li. Ross, ;is above, "ill be fatihfullv executed. s njPEtiUL PJRLJAJIENT. near Louth, CAPITAL STALLIOiys.-To be SOLD by. AUCTION, by Messrs. LONGand WILKINSON, on i Thuriday tUe 'iSd February, instant, at two o'clock iu the j Afternoon, on Ihe Fann in the occiyiation of Aln James ' rumer,ar Coggs, near Witney, Oxfordshire, in Lots :-,-Lot 1. TheCapit&l Black StalJion Horse. DUKE. Lilt 2. A Capital Brown Stallion Ditto, STAR. i >. B. These fine Horses, of the cart kind, are theproperty ' of Me. Turuer, aud are well known in the neighboutliuud by ; their excellent Stock__For farther description of tbe Lots, ' apply to the Auctioneers, at Witney, aforesaid. I -'�- . ^--^        i St- Geoixe's it; the I-Jist, Leasehold Dwelling-house.-To be j SOLD, bjr AUCTION, bv Mr." A^sHRELI, at the t_^ojge'Javern, >ew-road, St. George's in the East, on � j}o,s Jest his name ahould b4 COnfo"uiltlcd" ay, Fi:ii. Ifi. On the Motion of Lord FOLKSIONE, Mr. Maddor.Us, and the Right lion. C. Long, were desired to attend in thcii-places this day, in order lo give evidence in the CiniiiMittpe of the whole House on the Chaig..s against liic Duke of York. l.ieutenant-Oiloiiel Taylor. Mr. R. Kennell, and Mr. Chapman (first clerkliiLord Caslleringh's OHice). were al>� orlered to be sumiconed as witnesses before the said Cumin itfee. On the Motion of Sir J. HALL, Mr. and .Mrs. Corn were al:-�'uuimoned to attend tb'* said Commitlre. A message from the Ijirds announced that their Lordships had passed Campbell's Divorce Bill, to which ihey dts^red Ihe concurrence of the House. The Irish Militia Hill went through a Committee, the Report �f which was ordered to lie o.i the table, and tae Bill, as amended, was ordered to be printed. The Irish Milirta Enlistment Bill w.is read a second time, and ordered to he committed to-morrow. After s�ine conversation, in which Mr. Ilntchinsn.i, the Chantellor of the E.xchequer, Lord A. Hamilton, Mr. Cuf-wan� .-uid Mr. F'oster participated, the Committee on the Distillery Prufaibitioii bill, was postponed until Monday. Mr. Dundas and .Mr. Crecvey's Motion^ relative la'Ea>t India .^flairs, were postponed to Tbitrsday nest. THE DUKE OF YORK. Lord FOLKSTONE movoi the order of the day, that the House should resolve itself into a Committee for the purpose of considering farther the charges agaii:st his ILoyal Highness the Duke of York. Lord HENRY PETTY informed the House, that he had received an application from Mr. Tyn-dail, of Lincolu's-Inn Fields, stating his apprehen- -   '.Ml, ,holwHh�taiKli :.,-*cESDAy^Feb.21, 1809, at twelre; ASubstantial new-built genteel RESIDENCE, ia perfect r^yaic, cun"taiB�bTee bed-roOAs, a cheerful drawing-room, two parlours, two kitcb^iSj a cellar, small parden, and fure-ronrt; situate'and being ?*ir. i6j St. rife ii#.Sns �viw.u"-ri7L    ----r-'Tr-"' i '^'"^S^J y**<:'- TbePremiies XLrebdd (or tiie terra oflS �^"ii^^C^dA^Vr.^^^^ '"^^     '; r^'^',.^""" �^.v-  than in ,h,.,every ticke�wi*Sold, ahToBRh | Pre.iuse.atIheGeorge l�n; Kings Ain.s,tt-Hlcl�e.,mw*, .;. , ^  ' aadoftbcAuctioiiec?, 45.Brid6*-sJ.r�:ct, V.wiffliEtcr;      ,    Mr. BANKS obisrvcd, that the Alt. Tyndall ftice was    per Ticket. just alluded to by the Right Zlon. Gcntlcoian, \riS not at present forthcomingi   .   �' '       >  '� �' . The order of the dsy wss thcs reatJ, and the House resMlvftl itself into a Committee. Lord^FOLKSTONEsaitJ, that before He enterfd into (he imestifjation of the subjc, which be should tha'. evening have the honour of .-lubniittiii^ to the lliiisf, it might be necessary for Kim brieily' ^ to state tiic {lurport of the papers tvhich wonid be produced. By those papers, i would appear, that in the year 1804, a ne^otijfion ^yas carrying on, on the part i>f tSe Duke of Voric, to obtain the liun of H very iarge sum of tnomy (between70and 80,000/ ) ti. bi' paid by way of annuity. The person employed fur this purpose was a man of the iiair.eof Kennott, tvho at that lime resided in a hi;u.  EXCfiEQUER would not oppose the mution, although the present ijiiestiod did not seem consistent with the cx-jjress objifts to which the C^'inmitlce had been di-re,9 c was snreit would be congenial to the feelings ul his Royal /fi.,'hness, to avoid (hat prejudice which would be occasioned by nn objection, which might be misconstrued into an aittmpt fo stifle in-ijuiry. Under these ct;CQms(ances, however irregular he conceived the proceeding, he should n�t object to the rnodon of (he Noble Lord. Lord FOLKSTONE could naf agree with tha Right Hon (icntleman, that ihe present charge was irregular, because it was unc innected with Mrs. Clarke. With respect lo the Rii^ht lion. Gentleman's o(hcr objection, namely, that the Commit-t-i- H>re appointed to investigate mibtiry raat;crs alone, he Rcknowled.;ed its vaiidity. It was with this view of the. subject, that he had prop.ise.d last [light, that the Chairman of the Committee, on the risumpfijii of ilit- House, sluiuld move for an enl.irgcment of poweis. As. tfiis motion did not seem to be approved of, he did not persevere in it. Mr. CRKKVEV, before the introduction of the witness, wished (o say a few words.   Mrs. Clarke had last night ds-clared, that she believed one of the l"((ers, purporting to.be written by Earoness I Nollekens, was in the hand-writing of her eldest 1 sin, not Mr. Le Maitre, butGustavus Nollekens; i he (Mr. Creevcy) had that morning received a let-! terfrom Mr. Le -Maitre, who was very much hurt ; (hat his name had thus been mentioned, and who I declared that bo was wholly nnacqn'diuied with i Mrs. Clarke.   If the Committee thought it neces-i sary, he would read to them Mr, Le Maitrc's let-; tur.-(J cri) of No, no.) ,     Mr. Dull' was then called in and examined to the j following iirect :--      -<"�sioii, aad that my recollection of it must have risen from one of Ihe of the baiikrupts letters, which i have jest 
                            

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