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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 18, 1809, London, Middlesex                                TUESUAY^  ^PmL IS, Price 6^ � day iieJt, AbfH 31. thi-HewlH bn :it this ninte, a ^�1Vl5 MASWhRADK. with the fMlowing ftofrcsh. mrtiHi We        *� �hePrand Saloon irill he laid frfr Tm 'Jf 4c. �c. I'fte SjiMwi br �plfTididlv illuminated BiiivariouJiJeticrs. i)ecorati f� of Banners, ^c. &c, illui.. ,11 the Waeijorraiteirarriioiuns} at the fantlieou i aiid HA R RO W S G U 0 d Li-The AnnJWrsarir MAKW^H'>�"mJf.,wJI.I�^heW ftttkeThntch.d (loine jijrtm,SiU Jn��'*-�'^f?S*�l!l^^ 22d insi. B ANKlNCi.-A change in the firm of an old >. ert.i^lwlied Backing UotHe nlTnrds nn npening' tnftny OFFIdE OF aKU^VANCli, AprU J, IS'Sl. fW^BE Principal Officers oj his Affijes/j/'s, Of J- ifc>0l6f?,, f."y�VTJ�iilclieU llooic Tavehi, I.n o'r SfaOfrfiJaji, ttieSttbiurt.     _ � wilTaAlt of      fr. f.. AVARr>1iK;-.f|.c i'aWir ar�Ti(*(�Wfu)lv inrormprt t!i;U t'tit-W AllOM-: .....-J:.- Mi A u- n,...w c..,.^fn,,.,vvnr,i' tniifi Ami mi'm'-iij........-.. ..;------------ -------     ifrointhii inaiftoflhe a3inirer� of tliJit Patriot to i-iicnive ;i Print, r^Jfiirfci! HorJriitto Alf.A.VV. .n.-vii. M� wfTlliii." iwS lit.eav, w4 '�'�'>'� r.-f.-mt.laqces of L.'s .fVriraii, '^.^'...x.WftMTi' M*. DaiibattiHi hat l)*fn rt-nuot id/dr tr�i�"i2-----�---- g/d>n-NorJ5g. Strang,      ^__ A'~0ViRtiSEMENti--^A,. Gtnilctnnn of expe-rl�ncf,aiul po^esSiiiRJoiiic l;nowto(Iji;e ami cJai'ns to Si- TiOBSHIP �f> LdK'DON PAPER. whHhrt daily or '�(|rrr�iMitnul4 he of little nuimriit. }{e noidd foel no ol>-ictlioa 111 give a fair triwi.of his iifcililies^nitnitna-lv. iht AdvcitiMT would ffcl (.�quallv satislicd (in U^xm nn rp-*�roi�I In any otlrw oPihe VKriouiH(.iik� of �-JpiiCf-�r lite-Juiufefoitliir.b hf.i�nv<��iwi,d�'r hiintrif compfients ami he iiUf/<)iiW?flf� * hpre hi� Ctili'Mts itiishi be made b.'iieCcial in which'it>c imit^itinttoii' (iiM>rK5'-8 .all iti vigour, and (he Siitiit, uoKt-paid, >vjth real tpighalurcsj to W. W. X. care UlifSf*. la>l�r anil Newton. 5, WarHick-sniiif. London hnifK Jsobilitt and Gentry arti respoctfiiily rn-X furJBLdbjAiU'IlliRnnd'UAUGHTON. Maiiftfar- tfr>ana Mercers (b heir Majesty and he Kojal Pamily, tinfcarr nowjireiianrd for their inspection, h larpc and ele-p�|gtocl{"f. Poplin5, Tabliuici*. mi<{Ltaitlly supplied with Uuinbazint's, and every Irticif pri'pertor elejpmt faniilv mouniing. A. and H. believe ttiiffroiBtiirir�il68lii>�, they an^pefiiliarly qoalin d to fur-MshHch Ladirti49 inay honour thunkwith their cyinniiitKls, iiili uriflrs ot superior cxcillcnte, Ko. S, Heiific�a >�reet, Carrot-Giirdoi. ; S.B. Tahbcraj-s for fornilure, of any given colour, ina-wftctlirfil tn order.___^____ ^PO PRlNTEttS.^Any Person tlcRirdus of em. JL barking in the Printing Kiisinesf, bavins a rapitnl of I imkVtRl may be acconmiodsited w ilii a" id I i-staldishcd ;']'fililf,�ituatein one of the jiriuilpnl niamiffiriiirinj; towns mihe kingdom, and enfj*li� ins  a C'>n..iu<-.rahle nuinlicr of %iAi. The jift-seitf'^lirAprietorf of the o.'lir.' an- i-n^'aeed . tapililbhitiSfe��"raT.l'ei|iii|;raV VVurkf, for wliirh ilicv have ,,.i,�|ifcr�iili'. hut owiiiff to jio'fe other (niHi;e(}ie!ils,(ind it .ibcut^nifwfta alteinl tfie Printing  *, ih-y in cun^e-'^'nr^'niibit ta lie'(|iider'il -d to bit the SlwIt of the,Otfi�  tiio yeaftftrwe .th/urtfe rom(deti'd, in wRicli time t.ni�" ni/lhisife.B^irHirtAhion ofoiher^j Ihi-f i- jiVo, ii-.di-juu-Aii'diftlik, �verv ron?i'lerable sliare  art'  jiioi- oilier p'ruliar,ad*antagi'iM Inch will h~- hTe-�''t.Ti'�|i!,-iiiiiil,tneet'>er with evi-rv iiarlioidar, b.y iii'jilytn:; to Mr. Sissnisi'M. at the Steward Voice, 1 ?V M>'� .idvaiitaged fey a ibofouvhf ire V?i� U.mhill to l.uiWharJ.slA'et. Imt the eM.-i fion of pre-Jl'-J"' '''''w'nble.thein to pro.^cratc lh  not be. iiupriiiSer tuFtnte,.is the bcit proof of the VhruV'".'" "'"'fh.*!''* Library is hclB, thai it hah ali.adv, "�Uf h 111 Its infant state, ivceived.the p.ttnin.i|rr. of up wardi ?' V'*J'"''  (bey know to be wlllioul urceedi-nt iu any concern of .�>;'mlHrnulure),willbeeqiiatlv.theirpride.-indimere>t: hut "Vl'iflhWrwish (b-mnidUU w'battbVy caado, tather than iw      �   ""y"'11 do,-, they �ill only expect encournge- 1 ? l'2�J�'>ffl"na� they mat be fiiund to merit it. ^^T'l'eBopksrtltngawi StjBiiniai'y departuienti. whether ittiH    j*        or fi>r ^yn�>ybe favouriawitb. Shortly trill be jiaMished, an Appendit, which wiil p-nuiw a iialtAbfewlefliou of cverv taiercstins Book that' �fe 'fliadt ii^ appttTnuic* UnccThe "ptibliiiaon �rib"t last' Ca^ r*^"^'    � '!,   ,^_L_______,____i-_ JLfAllE bTOM:N.-Stolon from (he Stable of Mr.^OlIN KKALi:. at llignor, near Pe(worth,'in �s.!I!I!5l'� '!"n'lt''�ol' Tue�dav. ihc llthof April in.tant.a , ijT*'*?*; Rf'y ��r ro4n AlWrcd'M A III;, apwardi of 1.') hands .'32r'/'!. �udWn�!k mane (the mane b.-tn--ii)jwH ^^"5 'Ml-}. rirtWa Urclxh head, l�n�;. pick erf bandsoine . V?", itili; a^bf^ nerk.and ba* two whitish wddic marlir � the Wine tfine, fmiti thesame stable, a good Saddle,' P'Ip.hTClajtnn, PeiiMi>tb (who,e name is on a lirkct tberc-; vTJl,*'  '*'"'' {^'�l>S.a�d a good liri Jlc, by the same niat^r. person of Kiiopn credit �Iio.fan command n larijc rtpiia) �d ; J. nance do hereb^h-r SotiCf, l/iat J'lojwinljnill bf re-bi'coiuca patlaer.   Apply by letter, loA. i�. althe Bask j erivedat their O^rr, in Pall-i%fall. urntr before MT'dnegJiiy, the rfoji vj Aprir Tiuinnrr I'tvm vticA- J'a-inns at m[j dctcilling It. imdertakrlhr-nipph vl't Ui.-i  li>rejcceps- s Office, ill the TOwcr, tchere funher particulars^ hg'itlufr Kith lite terms and ccmditioris nf thg. I'aiilracl, 'ria^ be Arreicn; and also at the 'H.et:rclarffs OJfia, �n Pall-Maii aforesaid, any dait belacei: the /wurs of Ten and Fmir o'Civck\ tchere aUa th* i'/'opoMils nuisi be delivered', sealed Mp, and endorsed, " Proposals foi Petty Kuiptioaitrt Article* j" Coflct^-hnilee. _ SPA.nisji SHEKP.-To 1)0 SOl'D SPANISH andMKlVINO RV^LAXn llAMAand.RAM L.'IMBS, from the Floik. of Mr. Sheppard, nf Ufpy, (ilottcesteRhirc.~ For p.trticuIarMippIy (pi�i pit'!i1)niahovf.- . ROMAN SriiiNOS.-TJib only >Vafcborj.se in the Kinedonii for r^i! fresh Koman Vinjin and Violoncello Kirin:.s.-i�GKOItGK ASTOlt.and Cfc. i"fofrtt thpir Frieiidsaud the Public Oicy ha�c jijn reee'^ved/roin Rome, a fresh supply, bf the ah tpiti/ffi)bed; yeethoreu's Quartetts,op. S^. price 7s. 6d.__        .__ SIR J. BRA.V ( 2i*.0(Wf. T�.uth i� fiixteeii .Si�frtiitlts-The First-drawn Priie libovc on Friday (hc'21ii. w ill be entitled to Five Handled Wh^de Tickeis, yvhicb may gain 50,000 Guineas.- xicliels aud >hares, warranitd �B �bl Oflil-r�, Nrt. 11. Uolbora; 37, CoriiiiiU; 'Jliy, Str.uid ; and as, Hayinarket.       _ Another GRAND PRIZK of FIVE nUNDRIil) WHOLi: TICKETS OS FRIDAY NKXT. SWIFT and Co. No. 11, Poultry; No. 12, Charing-C ross ; and Ko. 31, Aldgate High-street, arc selling TirUelB and Share*, warranted nndrawn.-FRIOA V is the next l>av of Drawing, .lad the First Prize above iji. will r-ceiVc Five Hundred Whole Tickets, which may entitle the fottuiiate Adventurer (� all the Capitals iu the Wheel. --.__.. . ^.. .     � .   ��        �      �� �    -- � FIVK I1UM)R1.1> \UlOI.K Jl(..iy�.ia \ r ti,e j jrst-drawn Prize above ;�Jj, Mi.\T FRIDAY, the Second Day of Drawing. ^^ICKEI^*^ atMl shares, y?arran�rd iinJrawn, X are on Sale by JIODGKS. PAl.M>. anl t.o. Slock-JirtikiT!., No. liy, O-tiord-s-treet; 9, Ooriihill; and 11, St. Jaines's-Mreel; where'(.^npital Prizes aniuuiiiing td above ;f IIKI.OIIO, h.ivc been recently sold in Sh.ires. N-. Itt No Connetion with anv oilier H'^uy,in London. STAIlv LDrilvRV. rilllKTickct, No. 9.837, drawn tht! First D.iy J-. aPriz-of TKN TII0U ne|HaIf, One Fo�fth, One Ivighth, and Two Sixteenth Sbar.J. 'I'ickeH and Shares, warranted undrawn, are nOw on .' "iit in Umduh. H0RNS13V and Co. h.s{ l-avi; to tirtjuaint the Pnblir, that they shnll continue selling T'lckets and ftiap's, warranted undrawn, durini; (he Drawing of (he pre-�sent Slate Lottery. On Friday ilie liA instant, the for(iiii.l(e Holder of Ihe lii>i-draun Prize above 15/. will be entitled (o Five Ihindrcd �Vhide lickelsj which Parrel of Tickets-alrea'Jy contains a Prize of 5(W., and will have a (^hance of g.-iiniog Kit'ti'Jhim-itnd GuineaJ.-Prizes to the .^uount of One .\.'(tlioii'=terJing-frave been shared tindtoblby .''lorm-liy and t'o.    .     ,    . -� _ "7jU.\'1)A.\T I^EALTV-1. a lar^a- s  J. Also, V. Anith.T p.irket, roiitaiiiing seeds of rjciieiil vrgetalile:.. bein^ all the sort ge-iicially leijdired in (he kilciiiii-garJeii, e�ci-f( peas .lud bean- ; all  advance niiy Sum, Irom t)iie Hundred t oil p;iid, Jiildressed) tii .Mer�rs. I'odd ami Co. .No. 27. .Maddoy-.-ireel, 'ilnnover-squarc, will meet wilh every nOe'.fion. _^      ^    ' _.' A -.Any iN'obliniaii, (Jltrgyman, at ...... Per.>^oii of real; Respoctabibty, may On the8borte5 notice be aecrtinmocfaled withifroiu llX)/. to 10O,lJ0Oi. on approved S.-curiiy, at legal 'Interestj by applyinj; to jVIcisr.". \Vcslli'-M and C�. No. 5, (Jeorge-street, Adelpiti, between I'devcii and Five o'GIock. . Letiers niu?t be postpaid.-.�\b-svlute Urversionar'y Property purcha>ed imniedtately, junl Ten Years Purcha*e given 'f"r Annuities. The full value given foi Ground Rents, &c. &e. MONKY.-Ttv-entV Tnous.\vd Poinds ready � to .idvanrc. on the Security of Frecludd, Leasehold, or Cnpyh"td I'^itatcs, Money in the Fnn.ls. Clergyinens' Llviq^s,'Widows'. Jqiiitures (.'rants from the Crown, &c. Nohlriiien and Oenllcoien arro.ninodaled with Money on (Iveirowo Si-curily, fnmi l.M/. to *),000'.-Uy, applying'Per-soi'ially from ten to two, on Me^nr*. Sherley .-inii Co. No. lO.l. Noitim-'ireti, Porriaiid-pfajce, w'rtl be iiuiuediatrly nite'nded (i>. or letter; addressed, p4st-paid, fioni town or country aniwered by return of post. M' O.Nlkv DlllKCll.V.-Mon-y adrancfd di- -. fetrty on Hill�, .Notes of Hand, or by .Annuity, and on all sorts of real or .-ipproi-'ed per-unat Security.-Those Who wish to incre-'i� 5 tind Secu-criiie.-i.atalili Odice, on which ihev may "lay oiit their .Money VeryadvanLlgfouiiiy.'- Apply to .Messr*. \> arren ;iml Co. at No". l(\ Vi'-liers-�lreet. Strand.-Lcttersi po>t pai'.I, duly .-in-wxrcd.-Uidies of known Fortune agd t.lKir.ietcr, whether Sialtlc or Married, may b> equally a�fO!nmfriiit-d. MUiNLV.-Metsw. LUCasTbJ^v^i. b^.eave to inforn ibase that mav be in wast and de>it4iusot liortoviing tearpnraij or prroiimeot iHts� of NiOM-.Y, that ihcy can al all t'.m** a(l�ance a-Tr niri iroT 1 viiW. lo ia(X;0(. -utd upwards, nn persnpal keciwty, or any rt.irr aris-ngfrum Ma>iiH;|e Sett tmenti, M^ney :n the Funds, (..Urj^ynitn t.: .'e terms. And Me-ir*. Liiascud I'd! pledge thtmselve* lo traitacterery n.-gociaiinu iiHa (.ie t�'eat^'y pKlf ATtCo.vrii.iCT, (!( enter to Immediately), the Business of o IRO.V lent Steiim and oirer Engines, lurnaces, tiiv ,"f (Jtst Iron and K^an Iron Stock. The situation is in a'pinAitiKis part nf . .ie situation is in a'pofAiliKis part nf the West Riding of the County of York, near excellent  daled .wRhthe �ei^ viifes of a very fcirntiOc Kngineer upixf the. spot, and � bo has nt.pr.-�eDt'ibe flirecttUD of tbe Ctfucem. Further partirnlanrosy be kaown b/iipplvirrjicpersnnntly or if by letter (plist pai4'>to the PrUtftbT ttfe tee* latc'lU' gCDCtSf.-' ! hut no I'ropiisiil can, he udmilted after ifie sat April, ui i'letlce a Clod: at Soon of the sr.r-i d.ii/, ntittier vili unif Tsnder he noticed unlstt tht. I'arif malniig it, or an J genfunhH-'^ehaif^'halt attend. .. By Gr.liri'f :he lW>.-irJ,     R. Jl. ([MM-TVV, �!efrptarv. >rJC'tUAl-l.i>H-��i-KI.Cfc, April it, io.-j ^�^11R CuHiiitisHonrrs fvr Victu(tlUn  � r^ce'v^t Ttndir-, in mritikg (s.dled upT^ atid treat for tvrO llCVDRKD TONS of CHFSHIRK, DFRBt SHIRR, WARWICKSHIRE, or Gl.OUCFSTKRSH I IlK CHi;i:SF, or Ch.eiie of equal goodne-s, tit be delivrrtd in oHeimmlh, i-to one of his Majetli/^s. I'icliiullin/f olorrs at Deptford, P"rtsiiioulh, and Plymouth, in the proportivm Undtnncnlioned, cii, Deptford ...........fi'O Toui. J'on-joiinth   ..............SO PiyniiKjlb................t)0 -900 And id Ic paid for bij Bills, pi:yitb:e,ieith Interest,ninety tfays lifter date. The Conditions of tht Conlrnct nini) be seen at (k: Secretary's Office. So regard tcill he hna to an-i Tmnir in nhich the price shnll not f>e in.\ertttl in irrrdS iit hr.rrth. it tirui slmtl niH 4s - \Vli,irf to Ihe .Stores, nml in (.epaid Jor bj Hills p'lynhlc, KiiU Interest, ninety i/./yi after date. The Condili''ii'i ufthe Ce-nlracfs ntnu be seen at the. f^tnre-taru's Oli'rt, al this 0//irc, or by applijiiie lo Ihe CvlUclur of the Salt JltiHis al Livof |iiiiil andnt Aliddlew ich. i\� rig.irii uiU be liml lo any 'I'cn'cr in ichich Ike prife shnltnaflic insetlctl in i-.ni:!.  Hit said Fri lav, thi Otii cf y-.s Ue.rl, nor iintas t.'u J'ers-tn lehomakts Ihe 't'cmlur, nr stine i't-rsunon kit behnlj, attrn.it., lo iinstrer ulitit tailed for 1 � I.ONDU.N' POirFKR'HIthlvytfC V. New l.omlnn Taterii, April 7, 1SJ9. AT a Til'? er.il Meeiine ibis day of thi-jSubicribcrs to the London Porter Hrewerv i'oinpanv, iMr. .\. ClIARLbS, in (he (;iiai"r. Resolved iiiia:ibii^)|.-jy. That ai an nia, like the prrsen*, when so niaLy ahnrii'/especulalinns W.w.- .eaily di-insieri tlic pu!eiit rm-barra,-.'inciils of the Cily Koad Brewery, orisiiialed in the first in>(:oiie in a deliciency of eapij.-il, fiilliiwed by -nrh other roiitiiigcnt lofn-. as were ino�t lik'rly to occur ; liul lliat otherwise it was aUvays suiceptible of advantage and [irniit to the Proprietors. Ill soItciI, f l.at it is the npiniim of this .Meeliii^, Ih;it h-ilhojil any veiv >^:in.;iiiiie 'calculali.i'ii�, surfrs'- nin>l in-cetsa-ri'y all -iid anv i'per:itio::s not subji-cl li> Cue ili;ticnllii-s ln-re-tnfoie inroiintereil.. and (h.'if, comliiti.d with llie n'dvaiitJipe? of ,-in .'inijili' r.-ipjlal Inr Ihe eiicnuragenieiit of Ihe trade, tin-new I'riijirreturs may fairly aiiticipalc the most lavuarable retiiriis. KcS'dved, That (his Mceli.'ig he adjourned (n Thuisd.-iy, the 'itith iiist. at the Limilnii Tavern, iJi;h .p^gaie-ilrerl, when Diiccioi-s wi:l he cho-  he raided in sh.ire>of UOl. i-;irh. I'.ach Shareholder lo have the riarlr. nf volin:;.-The Imllt-r nf leii Share> to li.-ivctuo -otc-^, and the h.->ldcr of twenty Sli.ircs or upwards I'mir voles. Ten Shar-ls !o coi;-;Mliite a qaulififation for l!ie iiuicr of Direeior. To c  suliTiCribed. A d.piT-it of 10/. iin each Share (o be p ilil at the ll:ne of .'luhscrioiiij:, .-indila\-notice will be given betwien each subsequent payineiK, tie'K i.u c:Ul to fc made exceeding 10 per cent. S..b5Criptio:is will be received* by Me-'rs. RaiBsholhniu, NifWinan, and Co. Hanker.., 7^. Lombard-Street; and fur the Cnnvcniciice of Sub rribers at tl'.e wei-t end of (lie town, by .Mr.'srs. T!ii>:n.-xi Wriglit and Co. Bankeis, lienriella-.-ireet, Cove/il Ga.nlc'i. A certain uiinibcr of Shares are reserved fi'r the bnu-tit of Publicans. ~ MI'Si TAVLGR'S ,\| K uTTtRS of .M ff S. cTTAfFlTKr" This day ij pMblisiifd, eleg-'iiitly primed i-ii a ffne. Drawing Papl-'r, iu.>inall Syo. eiunelU-ticd with the only riKenesaof (hi� cclrbraled Person ever eogr.ived, prict'ouly li-. in nxtr.-t boards, UmiONTIC MEMOIRS of Mrs. MARY ?i AN.N CL.'VR.KK, in which is pnurlraved the Secret lli'tory and li.triguc�  bright a flame cnhiuin'd hi* Troyl" -Hy .Miss lAYLOK. tnadopr published by Thomas Tegg, No. lU, opposite Sow Churchy Cheapsiile; and J. Suititrlar/*, Lel'hjifeet, Idinburgk- IMP&iUAL I\4RL1AME.\T. HOUSE OP rOMifO.VS, MaSDA-r. Aeril 17. Mr.'St'MNnR movj-J the seeond .r.-a^lin? "f the Snand IVrWge Bill, wbkh was read acco.-dingly^aiui ord.r-d t� be coramiU Htl��re�ncco'nz Frrth.dtt pi�.ses.:on� of per-Sata }ftof'-i-iin^ l^ie Ri"n;vn CalUi.dic relii-'nn in irela'nl.- Read^ first and ordered to be re-ad a second tbae oatbat dtty fortnight. /   �    � Tbi* Car.Tsrvna If arbour BiU' was real athi-d time,.aid passed. TteScotch Records Bill wasteadathird time, and passed. The li-feh Iiifirmarv Bill w.is read alhird lime, and passed. The Sc ti:hCWitors Bill was readathird time,and p-issrd. Mr, (>'. POXSDNBY gave notice.- that he would, on t;;e . 2Sib insV. nialce aoK'tioh on c-r�ain p.ip.'r* recerily produced .relatii:^to the liTte-Caiirpaign hi .�i[>aiii. Tke Br'ilisb Ships C.-ipture Bill wa� read a fir�(, .and or* tiered to bit r ad a vvcond time to-morrow. Mr. YCiRKK give nn'ice) that he wonld wove, on Xhnr*-d.iy iyx5� for the produciiou of cert-ain Paper, relatine to Sir Hew. palryavpfc^s Correspondetice with l.he R'Lvbop of Oporto., > ' .... Mr. SHAW moved, (bat the Report of the Oitbtin PaVd^. Board be )��it�edf-Ordi-red. Mr. CHOKER presmted a Petition ft-om the Pe,i(* Officers of Ditblin. praying forcuinpeosalian, dtc. feaudcd ou lb� lati-; .-Xct.-Ordered to lie on tlie (abl-. .    , ' A .%|essai;e from the Lurdj announced th�'r Lordsbip',^ mi^ sent to several Public and Priva(e Bills.  . .l.ord OSSL'LSTON no-(pofted the m.nion .�if which he. fiad given notice, uad which >lo:)d fur F.'iday Rex(, (ill tliis dav se�nnigh(. �, . , ^ . - "     On the luitionof .Mr. Ctioifcn, (be Irirh RecognixancM Reculatiou Bill was read a lir>i, aud ordered tu be rea\la secJi.d time (o-in.irrow. .     � COMMITTl.I-VTO IsOUlRF. INTO ABUSES. L>rd I'OLlvSrO.N'i:, oa the Order of the Daf being read for laKiii'i into further consideration fijc Miiiutrs of Kvideuce respecting the condtict of the Duke c�f Yoik:, rose. He said, he should frouble the House only with a few wurd.s-. indeed ha thought it inipofsible that the ff�Jiise.'^huuld notsetf the nature of (he inoii'*n he had now to submit to tlivm. 'J'he House would recollect tliat in f1ie Course of the Inquiry on which lliey iiad Ijtc'y been eri3:ii;td, nitier inatu-rs had corae cut not i.nmc-(li.ifely aH'cdiiig ihe Commander in Chief. It was oliriDus from the cvidt-nce which (he JIousc liad heard, (hat gnat abuses prcv.iilm! in ra-rioiis departnieiits of the ?jiatc. Ho did not, allude to the fact, that it ha.l come out thi t imprnjirr uses had been made of the p.-tfrona^e ef the- V.ast India Company, whicli had given rise (o an Inquiry which atjain htid jirodnced a volii� minotis Keporl, crowded with irislances of the abuse of the iiatronaif!! of (fist Comjwny. The evidence adduced before fh� Coininiitee, al�o proved that abuses t.xistcd in other imjtortatit tb--partmenfs of f.ScState. It shewed that (here were a certain number t^.f men crnjiloycd as a^^ciils in (ho disposal of olTicpj in every department of the Siaie. It.was inipaa >w such a s^andiilous pracicc to pr.rail yfifhont inquiry. Such inquiry was nfre.ssary, in "ftlcr n'ot only to punish those nyIio were Ruilly of the praiii.e, btiX ti apjily a remedy to the nil. Otiur facts likewise laine out a.s to coo'iplaims ?ii U�c pr^iJcc of Ihc army; that the Comnii'sions Tn that servit;o Wife dispo eil ui, by biokers, conf(;sry to the rc^iilati.ins of liie Comm'uubr in (-iitef. Another a!)use was a'so disclosfd in rcetrd^ to IjP� vies, uf which an i.isiaiice vt.is before ths Ifou-c in the case of Colonel Frencli's i.evy. fleni nial-practiccs of tiie most .-ierious sort had been exposed, and it appeared fro'n (he evidence of the person best acquatnlcd w i(h the nature of the abuses, th.it (he most rtiiiiule a((c%.'jon was iiof s'.inicient lo prevent them. I( wa't; impossible llierv. fore, ho presumed to (bJak, that the H.jusc coiild refuse its a'fention to the n.ilii're and ;!^)|iseof ihoso ofher Lpfics. \Vhen h;s Lordship ij-ive notice of his inofioii on this subjecr, he did .so only from the feeling at ihe tune of (lie existence, from wh^t (he Jlous0 had heard,of other abuses w hich fn m the nature_pf Iheir Intjuir^ they were then precluded froni. ,g' in^ into. Circtunstances, hqw. ever, had since occurred to aiford gtcrft aildt-lional rodsoii for going into the Inquiry for whi ji it was now his object to move. The .evi.l.nce addiicrty bef re the Fast India Coiifuiritec, he ihouuht it impossiWlc fo read and not to sec that there were other abuses in the various deparinie.nis of the State, and that these abuses wer� proceedmf* to a great exient. On these grounds he was �C oi.inioii, that the [{.-use y^:^s cji(ed on fo institute an IiKpiiry into these points, and (o see that Iha abuses should be remedied � herever they should be found to exi^t. lie therefore nmvcd, T/iata Committee be appointed (o inquire into the eiisteiire of the corrupt di^posaf of Ollices in ibe St*te; of Ihe disposal of Coininissions in the Ariry contrary to the regulaiioiis; and' also into the practici* of ]..cTi("s; and to report the MiniUos of their Evidence from ,lime to time fo the House. Mr. PFriCF?AL said, he could not allow the I)resent motion to be j)ut without declaring bis opinion that it was by i;o means alviseable for Ihe House tu agree to it. The Noble Lofd groiindcd his motion on the evidence brought before the ComtniMee appointid to inquire into the conduct of fhe Duke of York, on tli.-sc two g.'ounds, (hat by farther inquiry other indivulualsmigJit be found out who might be brought toceriSure or pnnishmenir' and that such inquiry v/'ould prevent the recurrehce oT similar abuses in time cuming. The ISobJe Lord seemed to thinlt a g.-neral intfiiry necessary without any specific grounds of charge being assigned. Now, he was of opinion, that such enquiry rould not/^o to an invcstitf^fion int6 the conduct of every individual who mi)?ht hav� by chance been concerned in the di>poS4l of an^ t.fHfes. There might he a variety of instances in which persoos might have erected thenii^elves into a suTt of agency ccuuern, niiirei^resenling thVi4t� Selves to be authorised by this p^^rson and* the other who had power fo di�pi)
                            

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