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   Courier (Newspaper) - April 26, 1809, London, Middlesex                                -�� t^^- V ..^^HKiirroKSor i;ast indiastqck.. tiiXu.vr declared Jl-..:inat.on of iM.r. Mun. I*!.5r%"� tu fulfil til.- iui.'..i...n 1 c.immi.iii- 5a�'^'rJTM,,�r�f tae-time :.,.|...iHU-.l ,l.�r the^ l;.;ctt.ati - Y�mrfatlht�ir:iijii �ib.;iliciu liuiulile S.-rvnnf,       ' J jVfJlJ; i'ttOl'KHiTOHsOf Jb.Val j.NOiAo^.OUjiv.- ' sr.\ riv.i.orrtifv. SWIFT a�  KXT: 'Ilic \\ iiccl tout-iteti ri-iZL=> ol -_H),Ol>J/. .>,viOj/. l.dOOf. 5)',)-'. &c. &f. fii-nce of the Noble Tirif, lie Cdtnc to the fvllo.iiin^ ; ; pas>ag :-*'I wits imfneed to plucp a \Vritecs,hip | t�u d^>=    j)Ie>ciiii>iit;4h%,wiiho\iJ any j cqtniiifiit whjtrVLTj were to sulj^ut tu thfe lli'iis.; \ \ a rooliilioii of cf!'.s*4rf, it wouid ,ha impossible ; ' fur tijuiii to dis q:u s that clisapproba'iott foil upon the eoc^iuct of � ! the No'ilt J^'jrd upon ^hc jircsciit insiincc. Tl.c i ; cVideiitJi! of Ij ird ClanCariy was as forc.ib'o and 1 conclusive as that of Ihc SoMc l-^xd. Stiiidiiis, ; as liu did, ifi (he si'uation of an acciucri. he, coulJ From the UJSUOx^ VjZETVE, Jj>ril 'io'. n A \ K It i; Pcv^N   ii(n:i>. Wolft! Lvon. I)i-iizell-�iiivii C).ifi--iii.ii-ki-l. pli\s5-mi>rchan1, from Aii\ .luiie 6\ at If veil. ;u llio I5ilck iii llie ViuO, Wigaii. AVoruey, .Mr.,G.i*ki-l(, Uifcnn. AiajiirCtav, Simili SliieM^, linfn-drnper, M�y 2?, and J ld iil!i Sijiijtils. AttiiniUw Mf-r*. AUeiimi.l lli>(l,;kiitoi<. .Ne%v.trk-U|juii-Trf111 i �r SIt-� ject.(to {Itiitfeh a slfli^ii iar transaction, ijjd �j. in the Chair. J,iip��t(i;;u)!i�.>uil_v Resiaved, riiat Mr. Willi.Mii Wijrftin, inii'irteit lit" l.iaithiu, 51 IMri^etoir ut'ilie linndoii AsauraiK-e Coiiilfiiiv. aurt   Wcmtifi �f i'ltrli.iiiieni, is a [�cr.��(i every , KaM^tJ, That th'it McetiiiR will siuppurt Mr. AVigmoi ^ril^l thfirtolcsandiitcreyt, ai: n. . /JrtMlvrd, 'I'liai "tli(' Ci�ii)mitlec iitiw a|)|>i)iiited ftir.the ptir-'�n'oie bf'coiirtnf ting Mr. W ijirjiiu'p rlieltoii. dt>-inert at ttiis Imuie daily, iii order t  t>r iiiui � rrf iinaiiim.insiy agreed in : , Ri'solved; Tiiac John Chaiuier, i .-q. Uitc ;i'.lleiulifri>l'the Ppuijcll at fori St. t;ci>ri;'"i h.iviog served the i;a-l liidi.i .Comjiaii.v during a pcriiid tif .')J year.', a.'id rii Itir iiinjt di^ "!ni)piiih^d yilaili'W, with great lio.ii.ur t. li'msaJf Biid aU-^jjsiiin^e t 4l;e(i'Jii)terc9li> i:> p.iriicjiaily ou.iliiii-d to be uiit � 7t>v.d.eJ, 'Itiat thc-pre-etuicc/it a'iiUtli'j of Mr. Chainicr, i jiiil his ackiiDwiedjred e�pi;riei(re. iii-tlie I'-ilitic-il, l{^-vi>t^iie, j iiftilariv at thisJmptKCuil cfi*i.-','ill the iiiaiiasfiiieiu'iif ttirir Jli.WtsSiiiith Brnmloii.biiQ..lk, wiii.'.itierchanf. May J.5,Bf, !     1X3'JL^nl Cirstleri-agh otfef yuit 3 U'ritership fwF ^.Z"'1:^.^:1^1::^!^ZZ'^ ! Ue,p.rp..cof;fadHt.,i..gyo,.rre.utH to P.rlia. jjiid .Mr. liiiac.", Miltfidii.lt, SiiFolU. j fticiit ?" 1� this (jin-slio� L'�rd C.lanc4rly r-phed- Gibrle�rqn.f1l..>iorHicii.uieteiiai.i. Mav�, 19..tft.! JimRfi.. a Certainly."   1 ho v-tideiici;of .Mr. lleditur it was at fiiur. iit liic Wliile Swan Inn. m >t. IVlerof MaixiHO, �  .      '   . . i j m         .        .    i            r .^iiiip.on and Rarkiwiri. ijnnfccssaty t.J detail, as tt       stncily in ccnfor- .....         "  ' ' mity fo that given by the two Noble Lords.   And here lid intist observe, that amuii:; the many sub- ,Nor>��rli:   AttoriiiKr-,  iMe�   .  . . ,......____        . ,;Si>rwil'h I aild .Mo.-.or-. l^iuduh, 8uii,,iuid HoMaftay, Chuii-cTry-laiie, I.ixirton. * "' GaiititliVt C"ap hur^h. J.iiirohi^hirf, Whartl(ij{�r,.>Iny .ri, IJ, and June (i, .11 twclvi-,:ii the V^hile Hart inn. (I^tiiis-burgh.   Attoniiej4 Mr. Cnpi->, i-.pwDrlli; and Messrs. V.i.-, ley and f^iorkcr, rnriiivai'!' lint, l.oiidnn. . ji)hii OaviiJh.-i), .l-i>t India tJlianihers, l>rndeoli.iH-�lrr.-t, merchant, April ':i9. May fii and June n�.a(.uiic, at (JifM-hiill'.   Aitoriiej, Air. \> llde, jun. Castli^-^ireol, FaJctiii-�square. '      . _ JiiUsr Taylor. Brown's-hinc* Spilalti.'Ws, hakcr, Al>rU 3P, . May (>, aad.Iuiie (5, -'it one, ."it (iuildlia'l.   Alloftli;y, Mr. Palmer, All-ot>V'i'iildiiie:-, .MaryleUonc William  l'i>�:er, DibCiir-hiiic,   l.iiiidrii), uiu�..merchant, hlay 5i, H, ,Jn.if R, at teij, at ('uildh^tll.   AHorjwy, iMr. Uurraiid, (J.i-ilc-c.iiirt, llnd.^'-r.iw. Wi'Aiam Marsliall, I'aiernn.-iri-inM, clifijspmnitjpr, M.iy J, al one, 11, at ten. and June 6, ! Iivflve, at tiaildnali. Atluriiej, Atr. .Mitchell, Uiiion-cnuit, Hr.wd street. {;,>ivide.i.!s.      To-mofrow.] \ Jo llu" advancemeiil "Oli.eir iacthai received, the .uhiti'fn aiiiir-.jliat^na of iteir novcin-  imrul in Jiidia, uii nfthe. C.'Urt iileri'Slcdly thuu g1!ioi>, who arc nut tmiilarly Htu.TledL .     "        ' . Tlie CiRUiinVlci; havii%^xamincd tli^ re;aU of Mr. Clia- . tnier's CaiiwiEi; �     ^     ,,     �  Rcsnlved, THat it is now b.ccumeincumbtut on hiiii to pro-Ci:eiJ to the Ballot. l�...C!..KKi;CJ:, C-iiair.nan.' : tietaivri; ThatlJlf Thuuks of thi� .Mettin,; b p iit*�ri, H'kere feivoorable'Goniniunii-iitiniis will MgtrttefuhyVeCelvta. > 'h.\JipPRI>PRlKT01tS�r JiAST iiNUlA SXUOK j["N consequence 6f the jlesolttfions , prierarsof lMisl1�di rt.-nity jifdeclririu^ntj' |� iinatt u�fcoiiig ( is>uraiic2 in yon, that if viKTersfiii i.i �ny nlijelri, it uiil hr' _ �oiy ffudy w provi;itiys�'lf worlUv" of tiial )i0iimirahlesitu;f f        ~ u     .k    i .       f*i     ii   .     .ec U,.^ Wll:a�esi , ,   , . .      .    i be vigilant ou such subjects.   If lh:-y hopet 1 have the honour to.bcj, \vlih the greatest rcspecti l^jadiVi.' anti (feirihiiWiu Voui-iilOit devulcd S. rv-iiit, �        :      - , JOHN CIIAM[t:R, firosvetinr-phice,- April^S'i, -lRf>Q.  JMI'E/LLIL i^ARLlAMEST. HOUSE OF CO.\!M(i)\S, TvnirMV, AraiLOo. I.oill) f.A.STLliUKArill. , Lord AR(:iiI!iAf-{J JlA,\liJ;rON, In rl-ing tt> cSll the af;un(iu� oTllie House to thf; subject of v^iich lie ha.i! given i>otire for tl-iat tvejiiug, did ajipr'^hend (hit it was ucre-sary for hiia t-j preface hie observaMons by any remark on the importance of the qnesiioti. Wiih-rospi c( t.j the mode \i\ which he tiught tj pursue his oDJtct, he Irnslitr, that shoulil lif. be  ndi;ct of ihi! Noble Lurd tipposits. JJe hupal that it would ' uut be imputed to him that he was intitieoctd by any pe/s'�iial hostilily to (he .\ohlo Lord, or by any motive uncnnmcted mitii ibe Nuble Lord's po. litical and olUcial ch.iratrier. If in the course tif the observations whicii hu should subii.'t to Uie Iliuld hesljouhl uivfortnnately tjsc expressions that mightayjply to.the N -hie Lord in any other man. lUir, hu irpjied that be should berealyfo rotr^cl  l tile least distressing to lind that a third pefso't, no le.ss in rank than a Peer of (ho Realm., was Implicated in it.   How could it be expected that the subordinate classes of #ocieiy couid be honest aiid incorrtiptj when tiiey �aw dishonesty practised, and corruption so openly avowed Jiy their siiperitir^ ? Ilpi>iesucb pr*cliees. ilesinccit-iy   >{)ed that the Uonse would justify bii;�, and would justify their own character by iheir decii^imi.   It wis no palliation of the camlurt of the Noble Loid, lhat praclici;? similar to (luisc to whic.S he resute.! Were known to exist.   The Noble J^^'irtl w.^s jfarfi-ctilarly b'uintl tu re�isJ the ieinpij'.ion which was held ftufto i�iiJ). Asa .Memberof P.irliaaieni hemnst i freipiently have Concnrrc! in resolutions censui iii;r I others' f-r a'cts whicii it seemed he was hims. if i ready to comtpit.   Aj a Servant of the Crown, hi; ; was bound by his c >uduct to ujihold the cUant;- \ ter of the Qosernftient of wl.ich he w.ns a member.   But if there iv;!S on:? cirvinn>'!r!ce-"jv!;iih i-efjjnred the miscot-dnct of the Nob!.- I, ird peculiarly llsgraui, it w.ih iht siu^tiou w hcii he hul so many years held as Prcsid.itt of the lioard ot . Conlronl, I he very essence of the d;ity of which post was      check every spccic-s of cornipiion. -ill one part of the R-pprt of the; Curtiinitlec it was staed, that his Ijurdship had delivered to them a list of his patrtjiiage.   He did not kniiW on wliat gronuds the NoWe I^^rd, as President offhc Hoard of Coiiffoji), ha.":, t�j oii;�ht to h.tvr,. any patrftn-a^e.   It apjjeared to h'm tu be a corrupt usage. IJtit 1^ this point he ut-ached lii'lc im)Miriaace ; for were tha"N';}>li) L^^rd to ci.tivince the Houie iJiat this paironagc was his ri^ht, and t^'iat he wa.-r jus'.i. fied in di-po.tt!, he should have a sufiident answer in the obiervaiJon, taut had formtr (rar.s.ictions of a ^i nilar nature met v^'Uix il;e censure of the House, it would have been doubtful vvhelber the present ttansacion would ever have oeein-red for thfir itiVtstigaiion. He lhen fceapiiulaied tlie variinis pufcriis of his speech,-and ."onclutled by nioviHg, if sucfi a pro()os(t on were xegular, il>at the evidence of J.b!eL 'id was Mich as had been sanr-tioned by the pr.i'.;ice uf a 'i>n'r4!d years. Wlien-ever a c!>argc was gr'u.'ii.led on d'leunients npoii tlie table, it was the u-u,.l course to move that those ilucninenis b  lead. L rd CASTLKRKAGIt (hen rose. lie de-ohite-l ihdt before hu cni>.red on the immodiaTL" subject uf disi;ussiu!i, lie eonld no: refrain"from expressing his regrc', tluit by atjy act or supposed act of his the time ami atlemiun of the iiou^e should bcihiis occuiiied. No f>iie filt more deeply lltin hedrdfif iiiu prn.leges of I'.iriia^ne.nt, add  no one was m're s iiitiliiiii to ui'ti Ii them. He was jierfecily piep-t'cJ to adt-iit wish the Noblj fjord, that with lefeffnce to the cijmpljint made again^t him, hi^.was stibj'-ct (o a (eculiar atjtl tnore than^ordinary resptinslhifit^^;^ Jfe trusted that if he egtiimitf.;;! any error i'l the discharge of mua Iw in ihdt of most of those on  tiiesidc  with j by the same regulaiions as those which related to j his ollic.al duty, he "-I.ouhi be able to prove that that he had re-    fiatron.i)>e of any last India Director.   These re- j that e which be was in tliehaliit of acting A SXOt.K.    \ peatedly been impelled, by a- sense tj'f duty, to j ^nlaUons ould not possibly have escaped (he No- i live ; and he as.Mired the II .use, ih it in the expla of tite ]VZ>-    stand forward nud pursue delinqneucy to a very | ble' Lord's obs .rvaiion.   The form of (he ileclara- ! nation which h.s duty lo himself      toihvin Ikm,,. l-iterdav,uttke    considerable extent, it was thisconvictioa of pub- 1 ti�n, which if was necessary for the Noble Lord | him to give, he .hou.'u be c^nli,! iij.t (o sanctio ' duty that actuated him iu the ease of Mr. Alexan. 1 to tnalie, woald be found in fie �seventh page of       "                   ~ der Davisou, and j�i other inslanccs which it was the Jleport.   It went to slate, " that he had not re- utmecussary for him t� name.   It was rhe interest, ceivrd, n'^r was to receive, any pecuniary con>,l- ^!R'JA>J& a"d Co. can, �ith ^ Inex^iri^ihle pleasure..inform lite Public, that four of theCwpiiaUdruwiion 1>tfaV,ihe Ser.iBd Bny, wire sold tjy Mtriirin Fnriy-si% Sharw, ill their inily fortunate Ollices, A"�>- If, U.dbIini,-J%o, 37, Cmnhiil, No. :)8, �Ilayinaikit, i*itcildUly,4uirfS�>. 239, .Str.-uid ; Where the fornm.iie^liohrtf ^|^<^f!j'ire:rd d.s.^.tiiied such an imputation; but the e.xpn5s.si�n of that disdain woiild have come much iiC'ttfT fr.vta the .Noblj Lord, were it nut for the I'videncc on the table. He discJ.>im f;en so disposed of- \vhen he rcrolh �fed that the N "ble Lord had been President t�f the l^iard of Coutroul-when be re. collecfe.! tiiat Lord C'laocany had been a Mi-mber of that liuard-when he r< membercd that Reiliug hftf! b<'cn Coo-ul(ed by iioth, it was im^ossihlc f.r jrWUTY-SKVKN ELM and W.KVEiN ASH �*M TRKKS.npwlyinRin B.iIlrttkV natclH)rcSard.-T.� � Be ^iipwed .-mv day prcvloiw tn Jlir .S.iJe,-bv j�p{�li�ilion to ih� B.itliir.nf Townlfy W:in\, ICm;. at Homer'!. F.irni. near v-^tlli'Y-ttrera, �f whom ^Jaijilogws may ht had; of Mr. �.ww4        .-tjictliHVer, \V iifcljpr, and at hi� lUtute, Ho. 9, ^ �i^��p�4,?ro�tet-fln-�t, OK FaiDA*, April^gih, :^<�SfWJfoxeit hiip him in procuiii-g a seat in that tlouse. j more thsirohsn^i; tnun ai^y This waito bi 'ftitiutin (latje 61 of the avidc^c . in the e.\atniii.at:un �'f o le Davis. It appeared, tbdt in a jieg<'cia;jon with a .Mrs.' Groves rosj.tcling 1 a wrtnTshi}), Mrs. (irovea ha n/t 111 Dowuinij-fctrcctj and af'rrwanh at the IL.use of CvBMDtfns,  the jNoble Lnrd aiT^C-td to ijc very ansi^tts to dvk^t Ae patftes by whom hisdlzraeier h4,d been So abused, in ord.r tAac they BFj^ht be expi>8ed ;�ml hTuught fo jnsttte. .; peuoti ctercising an iinparial ^InJgmrnf, it�My this a.j;eni�iiw a .xie'y ? When the Jiousc re- \ t^at anv p.hrase co�dd )�a\e te  which the Nuble Lord ikm- ^e hvtinisr?; at'liiiUock'i llaicti, near WnJer Daklry, i        ------y ...... -   . , ""ctwecn.WtuAinr. nndTVkiidrnhetul. TO-MOttltOVV, the * From Che situaiimi, auil from the habits of the J>nAfri\,Mif,tfr,,\i�cku^i}H'^^^^^^ ,H N^bieL'ird, if/night have ba-n t-iprt'ted that he tfouidhavu .shewn .-ymjuoms oT^Jispleasure at auch a prnposaJ, and that lie wDiild have bron^ht th^ proposrr to public justice; but insfead of this, Noble Lord wa\pi !'Dlf, but ih*r a fricitd of his was in want of one. Qii isskitig tha n�fflfs of the panics concerned, hiii�f-v , iWdlng tfedift-etltneniioninglh4>tn " until iV feiniS #CTiiVe hia pafronage for the purp.ise  .>li leiJ iiilLivni;^ in the Hoii.�e of C-iintnons. Ni Such purpose ever eiilerid ijs ini'id. It had tiever .,c-curied to him so tu use the pa*to.i.i:>e of his of. lite; although )al such been ftfs (Ji>>;0Mtion, the House tr.i^hi r'.ilMy conciive tJidt ,ti c!. He fji'riy a#ov�cd, that ;.(.' ton ict/i plated wih peculiar regret rhe circiiiii-^Ui.ices which tad bioight hi.n into confaif w tU such an i!idivi�'n.il ReJl."g. At that tloia he hud no notion !i..i-.a.;ch a chafac tr txi�tcd in society  ;is a  lruli;el ^!o'i Jeis dcrifurati^e ca(M('iiy. iit .'cpiauJ, ih.it upm his huuour, ai IheUine ii8   

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