Courier, March 10, 1809

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Courier (Newspaper) - March 10, 1809, London, Middlesex it  - c.- BOUSE OF LORDS. Thbmday, Marcs 9. .J MOIHA raid, I�e ha** looked orer the tli, rclatiV" to �h� War in S|taiu and Portugal, ^ were l.�id before the House yesterday, and i *L,,ed, �h� � lieMcr fram Lord Castlcn-agh j IT the JdoU of SeTflie for mi aid of 10,000 ; llg Kjybiid thai the ^ocUiuiitt alluded to ; Kriit bi' pr�Kl�i�as uot a^are �n. ! Itlitday* 'W' Papt'c aJludtU to was wiiit. 1. lie nfcoold, b�*e�er| make ifie iic^sary in. Il^ropectin^ Uia�d if.it coutaiiicd hothiilg S2rrcfldrredilnu6�for Bciii/madb publ!v> it ,1,^ be prodMCd; tliat the ir��utt from a vanery uf cir�am$tanci-s t( ap. peared that he had all along betn ht-r favourite paramour. To him the wortliy Alderman's (Mr. H. Combe's). exposition appeared mneb more satisfactory, which set forth that Duwier had told htm in the Ijaymarket tliat he hud obtained his situation through the influence uf Brouk Wat. son. The Hon. Gentleman then spuke of (he them would grcaiiy nave ex. ^ unjustiQable mrans that had been ma-d him on haif.pay. She had farther staled, tnat he seat her several letters, bat she did not iruublr herself much with rea.ling 'them i one of the letters sb� bdieved the had given in that night. The substance uf the document to which .ttkeof York t� procure him a place, stating, at the same time, that by so* doing, he would confer an obligation on Sir Horace Mann. There were some parts cf ICennett's note which were Iw no means clear : the meaning a(ipeared lu him duliioiis. IVow, as it was probable that Colonel T>iyl-ir did nutshi>w the iiotc to the Ciiinmaoder in ("hief. tuit n^}" service mare than ttiree montlis; might itnot havij been, thal;hijJ"iloyaJ Highness: had forgotten the applicaUah m^'ilc,;iB his; beiValf; but accidcntirily seeing him^ through?ihis.-cootjeciinn with Mrs. Clarkyar Higfines� couliT" not have tJie smallest idea that it would ever bo iTiade p

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