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Courier (Newspaper) - March 4, 1809, London, Middlesex SATURDAY, M^mn 4, :im^r. 'Sr nnilRG's MUSEUM at 68, Lower Gros. . TJl$ duke OF York. :i7�4^SntS�.Sbillm� eucl>.-TJ.e Rooms and being son of a res;pccfable>oflBcerj-! 'ToNYv, very-much at Court, found, not-wiihstanilHig, such dilTiculty in oblaining aihajo'-rify, tliat ho rcsorled to the irregular means -of DmnfrontiWe ai I; solU, i>i"neoriiiC .r iiiore wi�.M j|0fte;jirjwi;i^^ i with %s. Ci.- had become pi'tspnally acguaintcd arke, and he set-m* WW to hafO'j nOMAS PANT^v . ;�r�^cciM^^ Mr. Gilpin, an arriiy ,v.�bnshavincivja;ciaKo*�r^i
t9'to (,�>,7�fc il'trrisMO, Esq. Tf pai�uyj)t v tm.-io>U' m�til;l>y VVottlnoth, U ihi� ea �HcnJ, au-lth;:-ArJYi<�i'l fn��u'^�S* thjs tribute to friri.ti�-�'h'n� . The Thiid'Hact coulojns superior iiiigraviit^ from Uic fcllowing Pictures. , . -' ' rain eagle. - 'i'his Bible will he coaipli'teil in twenty similar parts, tondmi; FitB. 2�. I8f�; �iiRA.Sl) STATK l.tJTTKftY � With most profoitiidniid 9attful respect,.I have'tbefhotMOr to reinifiD, with'all submission, ; - Sin,. . ? : . Your Royal Higlwess's most devoted Servant, ' ^ . PAT.'TOXYN,, 118 Park.strett^-27th June,> 1892. �; ' - ^ (tnclosur*.} ', . , , , Jlis Royal Highnesi vfill be gl�d Xo conal4er the Gen's, two s6/is onfai^otirable opportunities for promoting therii. � ; AXSWER, Sjb, ' � Woraepnnrds, 29lb June, 1803- ' I have tojJckhonleHcelhereceipt ofyourleiter.of.liie.22th jnstaijt, recommending to me jour sons Captain Toiiyq and Cieul^mmt Tooynflf the 48lh Regiment; and I requeit yoii will Be flssurjed, that I shalljiave much' pleasure .it a favourable opportimit]^, t� pay every attention in my power to your wisbe$-in .their favour; I urn, &c. (Sigifed) TRUDKRICK, Gomm.miter in Chief. GeueralTonyn, S:c. &c. &c. \ The next^ocuiucniupon this subject appears to lie a-M^Borisil.from Captain To.NY.sr himself:- . . ' Ta Wa- Royal Highness the Doke of York and , , ..AHiajiy, Commander tu Chief of hisiUfye?ty> Forces!. , , The.Memorial of. George August. Tonyn, .Captain iu-his Majesty's 48th Regiinent of Foot." Humbly Shewoth, ,'. .That "your .Mero4�ia(ist. has been near tw�Dty-fmir years ah Officer ; fnurteen of these on active service with ther48th>' Regiment, on all its various.stutinns, in the VV'eH Indiesaud ; Ihe-Mcditf rrancan. . - - . 'Thjit yiiur MenJpriiilist, .being the�eniar Gaptaio present' with the Regiment, rtjost liuiiibly iaiplures ynnr Koyal lligb-ncfs-'s profeciion; and that yonr Roysil Higbnc^"WiH.be plp,T5ed to'recommend bim to-'his M^esty'sIJoyalfayour; that bis Majesty may, be graciously ple.-i&i'd to gra:it Kim pro-rn'oiion-tottie rank of M.ajur, in such inaimer as your Roy.il jRoyaUHighneis may think fit. . >� Andynu.r Memorialist, as in duty.l>oand, Triit ever pray. I.;. iudotSfd :-Memorial. ; George At?ctrsTusTo.sv.\, Cipfain"^ 48th Regiment-March, isoi. ' ' - (ludifced.) ; . ; > C. L.i-Captain Tonyn to be iiQtrd for prosnotion, and ac- id':r. him oa favourable opportunity. . . �� J. G. -. " "This Memorial is without da!e.,' but it -was rc-ceiTcd in March 1804. The Answer to thai Me-"ihoiriil is asJ[fqllows:- r'si.R, . Horse Guards, March 13,1801. . ' 1 h.ive the honour, 1>y the Cemujandvr in Chief's cbm-m.-iinds.ttracknowledgcthe receipt .of your Memorial without a date,and to-,icq;iiaint you i'li rc-ply. that your jia^ue has been noted for,promotion ; aiid l-i.'K�rjal.lJig!:n2Ssa will bc_ glad to Consider you on a faviHirabre opjroriunitj,. I iiavc', &c. \y. 17. CLINTON. Park-street. �pEGlNS-APRIL .12, .l8d0.-^Sch^.�c contaittsi.i AJf Fnur..,.-.i-..of.......;-.=?.2(>, ; � j Two.of...........li'jtXXV Txvo........,of........:..'SiOJO \ .. - ^ci Ac. Acv . A VMV.V. GiFTor 1,�0� Tickets the Fp' Oav.and a 1 il K15 t;i FT of/JOCTic kj-t* Secdjid Day, .iiiay jlii hi^hth......liay giiia..18(500 > A SixioejilJi...fnay Kiiliu.,;^;6,S50 ... .dJrlK?i06'*^ wwiiri on iT^' IlfM^f lie at (heic olil eftaktkliett. ^itt'XMnty.QXfM, On tht^ : iirst Day of Br.nwln|t. the FifeiT>^Wn:l�fiibfc-aHW��'J5fc: ;.tiUbex-ntiHedla.]k3)0�.'n�;ktU^iJ8ns|.on the .Srtond JJ.iy iJrajMug, the Firit DhiWHrir---------- ^ > JJift.Ti.ekels. Tlierii ktSv^. Cotaractonwctnad ab*ive>.lM!'___- ^________- other PrilM ronfJtBwrfiailMvSt^ienie.^'OwY �d in the Bank of JBncliind, and a Ulk W%�.lHiDbeHmay liinist^r^iaielted thc,,l)i}^.Scs� >ho�ild'r^^ .'^VfglMjJ>5-;Was,vfet'�,2hc'^n^.^i\iiv;m.^tr\-- GaPiN's securl'ry,-Uift-tr.yaita short.time. %\. Xhis^waa on:th^ W^o^daJ,>rfd olr.th^ ,?�nfday �n-tp.N took, ,a copy of (his^note, desiring-SASiioN �^Qr;Tuesd*y.^Vwas';ih rt^ Gaiette-Ss-Majpr,"^^^ :i_o pT�)aiice4t aTad-iell Ika. whole truth-. There among their "EKend* the falloiir'jiir Vtrinfl'tirlW Capital J'riseJc-3 of 20.000/.; 2 of 10,000^?* tffS.OOO/.il'rf 4ja�t.> 2orij,aopti4ofi,(fcw;, �<�f5oo*..-. .. . N. B. Ordeiib* Letter o^ Uairxicr etefcatedfexacJIyolkthB amc Terms as if ^relent. - � . - SKVONSHIRB.-GU0S8 TiMlJKlii Jit for the NiVVY.�-T� be SOLD bv. AlTCTlON, .Hrihe Rooms, in B.imsi.nple, rm" Friday the 10t"h'day OT^arcl^ next, piecisvlv ai.foor o'clock in the afternbonr'W iWs, 600-capital.OAK ntl;KS, with t^if: TvP* how stimdine ao^'^owiog in-Y.oulsloii Ww'd, m the palish of SWrv�ell,ani�il tht�e miles from the Se.-ipoirt ttrwn -of Barnstaple arnn-saidi ... ^' \ \ For viewing the same npnlvflo Ml-. .Tobn Gn-iWl,;Tmi�.ftr-SttrTCyttftat iPiV^on;an�tuith.-rjt�l-IJc�lan:to iVlr. Uorwoodi atBrightlj CofVhr--irBartj�t.-iWe.ufores-aid. . . . The PoTchasfl-wilUle required to pay d�wn .1 deposit ol Sy. perceoltj)nfigninp'i�hH-�tc \e|3S she/'vras to receive apecanlat-y; cun3ideraiion.for her inlTiienc^, ana that she did, receire SObr. when he was-gazetted. " . Colonel Gproo??' beingj exaiiiided (page 174), 'says,'Ti(;'^)jo?ds id hfjsijand-th |dc .ip)po3e'on To'wYji,' a'fact whicfi woup}^; Iia�e1iee.h fatal io (heir testimony, " In-'the perJ . suasjpa of- the. note's' being destroyed the Duke,'* - ftietids greatly jcxul ted on italto'gr th'� inatteyito-ihi. , fla�?�;; but fiAJfD.ojf'being'" cin�^-ii�l again,, and smartly, cross-examined,' "owiidd the rtote'-waa itt JliS'chambers,.,V Xy'on'syinni He was sent,.in � �JcoStody of- the^Serjeant'at Arms, to'i'rlng Uie aote,- , which- h? tlid,.and the followingts'a'Cbpy,':0/ \t� . �It is s.ealed .rcith (he Duke's s^al, and add*csse>d .tc^ GeOROE FinQDHAR, Esq.!-i �*'. I haye just received your note, " and Tpnyri's business-shall remain:. "as.it is-God b&syou."^ - Bcfpre this note was prodiircd,- both theDo^^ of Yoke and,;Mrs. CiAaSE denivd it,.cach iayipg it must bo a forgery. It was very natural they should both forget it,'and bothliad suspicions ot. Sandon's honesty. It was natural,: because :the Duke was in thehab.if of writing tP Mrs. CtAtiat daily, and that he did write resptctihg military promotions is proved by the Letter from Sandgate, about Claverin'o, which must have been writfea within a few weeks of the time, this respecting. ToJiYN was written. The Duke being in the habit of writing, and Mrs. Ci-ARKE of reccivingnotes daily, no wonder this note about Tonyh escaped their memory, it having been so long out of theit possession, and out of their thoughfs no doubt. But very different was t"he *itriptession the note made upon Sasdon. This note was the only evidence of the Duke's int^trference in the sal^j of Commissions, which hat! co"fnfe into his; possession, thd only evidence briijging'lt hdmetoIhe Duke, and Ire kept it with the ^reateJl care ; nay, had it � Sf> often in his' hands" thit' ii" became .very dirt/, SandoS' kept Mrs. Clause's-Letters too contrary to her itrjunctions, reserving all those Papers, no "doubt, with tk^ design of semng his- future views wiff* the Duke, as occasion arose. "SVe have already observed, that throughoiit the wliple of his evidence on all t)ie cases' ttc is a-most unwilling witness, partictirarly ogaitist trie Da key a*d. of this very one will be satisfied who reads thcprintL-d Minutes of the House bf Commons,. Mrs.Ct,arke's conduct respecting this note^ter:d� powerftiliy to eslablish ifs authenticity. After Sandon had owned to its existence, and while he was gone homie tu procure'Ff, she^ was.examined, without being apprized of what he had faid. She peremptorily denied that any such note had ever gone from her hands, saying. Sanbcx was very capable of having fabricated it; she seemed to suspect he had done sometliiiig 'to entrap her ; but the moment'the No.te was" she\vn her, she says it is the Duke's writing, and she, supposes she must have seen it before, as it is addressed to Georos FAKqrjUAR,' Esq. ; yet she cannot recollect giving the Note to Sanron ; though she is positive it must have been in her possession first. Colonel GonooN, Generals Browseig and Hope, &c. being examined, say the-Note is like liie Duke's haud-wriUng.-Gordo.v says it has a. strong re� semblance ;bttt none of (hem will positively say it is or is not. the Duke's handiwrlting. Jon.s-stoii, Inspector of Franks at the General Post-,.Office, on coihpairing it with other Letter? of the Duke's, sa'ys It resembles them so nearly he thinks il is the Duke's handiwriting., Searles, his De-puty, on the same comparison, thinks they arc a'l written by the same hand. Nesbitt, principal of the 'Lcifter of-Attorney OiBce at the Bank, whose business-parficulatly is to examine Signatures, thiaks on camjatisoiv, the Note was not written by ths same hatid, as the other. B.ate-ma.v, of the Bank,-says there is a very corres-pbndent similarity. Bmssj of the, I^ank, who has been Examiner of forged Notes 15 years, says he should suppp$g./hey:wcr& all written by (lie same liaiid. It veryr^jrcly happens that a handwriting is So sfri)t�gly iijovetl in a Court of Law, as this Note is profed i'afohave been written by the tliike of Yonjt, Of serti* witnesses only oue declares a rtcgatire. " . an. rs.;Ci/AnKB-or SANOtN Jiad forged a letter in 'j The'search in SA.voa.M's chambpM.^for this nofe e Duk'e'of^YouK's liame, to impose oil Tony\-. j brought fortira volume of new evideni*.-All lis In this opinion-^lhey .were further confirmed by ! Letters'and Papers were brought to the baRof-tha -understanding tha;t .SAffoOi'^ had deslroye'dj the note, to evade detection, as they natnrally/nouqh. supposed. .Some days-afJc-r Sanpo.n's evidence in-To^y.n'scase,had.bpetj,finished, and after he had becn'examifledlinL^nch^.a way-ns.to.,make ht/n'pro-ducp'lh*ej(jpte,"had-be been so fnQlinf d^ Mr. Ppr- CETAX stated the Vh'ole (0 the-JIonse.-Had' it;' ypry n^aterial. ir^deed ti turned-out that the note'had. bt;^en desfroyet?, Ibe." af'fj^ntivily'and to const 'House bf CotniTion5,_^nd being referred to a Gbm� ; iniriee'to selectJiuch as related to the Enquiry, these .were published as an Appendix to the 9tb days examination, which. Appendix, exccpiitig three Note? of Mrs.CLAKKt's of last winter to^AX-DONand ofno consequence., wphave annexed. It ia to read over the Appen.iix JJoynl nighnesf., gracJmisly to coadeKcod to grant my sons }ourh)ynl |trotcMii^il 1 ed^ of tiv% fabricated ..a letter in the Duke's [ to the sime objccUous i.s evidotjce, w.th htr ver-
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