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Courier (Newspaper) - June 14, 1809, London, Middlesex WEHNESBAW JUKE \A i8C9'. piiicr siiEnci:-iraLFp 1 >:ny! r^rj5T|j^.__tj,,j, tj,e Prftronage of his ; m^EB-WL PAliLldMENT. "2:1 KTu^ a GIl^M) (iAl.A. aud Brilliant v'TflliOrs', OsfonUstrtet.-J-;v tiieparliciK : Mr. W AUiJ, 5iV_�' B..niJ slrci'K Tickfti irf" ucl- To Ike '"""(iumraKicli, W.irh iiidiuiw tlx- � ho-.e. T.. '^Xhc^IaMiu.THde WiueUausea-; at (lie I'oiitiii- ''!;.?.filV�Tu?l'v ^tn'rnJ dfe^timtyfuTd Gentry thatj HOUSE OF LpftUS.TuESDAy.JiJNElS. i' The furlber nsideration i>f the claims ti> the Stafford I Peeraje, waideferivdtiUiiestStisioii. 1'hr LOltD CHANCELLOll jjaVc n.iiice, that lie should, to inaiTitw or nejkt next day, submit soiae pri>{ H'>'i-c respecting the claimi t� the Roihursl* ik-veral HHls weir brought up from\ilir/' otluTs.tlie Bill for prcveuliiig the Sale -' llH'lll. Tlie Bill was read a-first lime; ami on jh'-Moiion of Lord LlVliltl'OOL, it was onlcved � r a fanl', when iic hai} prupoStfJ to wti'.:r rconrmoo5"-''an,onK Tautage of trial bjr jury iu civil cas pass Ihf ilousc. wiih. Sir SaMUKL ({OMILLY sniJ, <he qufsfion i<.f,tfld Ordie�lra�vJI. wiM^tht AJiJitarv liajid.ln ftaodle Jackson hwd ag.iinst th t ifniiu.fr"'" Villi<baU t:ar<$�ip;Hith <TO�-MJaud,aiid Wreh tbe Bill was ri-iida (bird ttuie and i5�f t'l'' V'auxUaH PaiidcKityWiiHtiW iu costuoiCr- SALIi OK OFFICES. "JL.i.irt.it.itSutiiKr R�i-nis�aill.eftii�juH witbsmud On the motion for the third readioe 6f the Bill -:�if.r*. &c.&c.�^0. ^. .t'rtirestUr i^ublic that uei- c i r /-\<r c � jjm '"^Pxpeiice win be spared U, i.mkclhe iibove the ;! to prevent the b.^le of Offices, &C. . Jj^t^i4 Mil-quctTiAcfortitmy i^<if3 p�iat.-Oressesi to ihe LarJ of GilO.'V^ISNOR opposed the iJiU. J^i-IJuuw. �  ' � - /_ .' His chief objfctiunsto thcBili wcre'to tbtrxcep- uf coniniissions and i�f- tions in-allowing the sale of coniniiss 1 iices, such as those nf the Band of Gvn ileinen Pen- ThcLORD CrU^^CEf.L0Iiacfen(3ed the prin. fJ^nhfb'wKyof tte'Wwpahy f.irtbe regMeriog ibe liiBof Slia^e*'"*'h" Undertaking, will be shot oiuba-_____________......-------------............... ^^^?^^*(f/Jl1"^'"^^^^^ be opened again ^ ^.^j^. considered, the objecdoos of |tl!�w4*"' By order ofibe Court of Directors, 1 tbe Nohla Ljrd as of n i consiJcrahle weight. The 'J,:-. .T :. PKIKiiULSCi, lb, i:krkaDdS.-c. 1 |>a,i{� of Genlleuun I'ensioncis were of v.ry an- li 8t (beCoinp-)ii.v;'ji Oilier, No. Jti, St'. Iieleira place, ju(irj�*-Hft�:t, where llie saiae ttill be i.iuuediately iu-Kkattd and ri-dfi-ssed. � > BV llidcc 'H the Court of. DirccCiri, T. N. I'lrKKRlNG, (Miirfvl.Tkuiid Sec. JOHN LOCKli. KI/il�:RIPTIONS forereciing a STATUK in St. .^�.!iCalhedraI,t�tbe Morocry of JOJIN I.OCKU.are ^tfd .itthefoHowins Baiikerd-:-Me5>.�ri. Down, Thuru-\iiiV'>U Messrs.'JViawn-, Cobb, aud C".: iHe>�i�. ijam-niileJi'vlWei&rs. Itiiares;, and.iitssrs. Jones, Uojd, and t^iaudajtbttliiteriry FMd.- '  j^mount advertised, 308/. J5s. � BiiCrace Ihe19i<(iie of fiigbi IIou. Lard King 10 10 Wfird,��. �. 1. 20 0 John Uw.Unl Bi-it.ifi niMiCoatei, lisq. of fclpU.n, i*'. U. S. flipoi) . - ,2-2 M.R.I. A. , - 10 IU |�, C. Norris, Fa- J�=�ph llardciu'He, tsq. s .2 llitlcbau'i House Ivtvau Law, lisq. lit Moo: Lord Hfnry Pcily ' - ' 10 10 ^ fo every Sutecriher ot-Two Goincns and up��ards will be fweaU'dau Eogravjog of tbe Moimmeut. T biUiv aoU Genlrymay insprct the M�del of the Jhmc, MbicbWiiuw.eaiatifsd, at Mr. Wtstmacotl's, Muuut-(tfcel, Bei Jey-squure.. . Uiirequcsled all Letters itn the subject may address^ fi'Ao . � ' -nAHVfiti'lr-MOivTlAlliK, Juti. Sec. Utemy Fond. Getriird-slrff't: ._ F''/fier~or posPHNG iit nucj'iD.-swAN Iloict, JJiit-tttSTGnASf-r,llARLJ;S FOtt'lflil/ MhI Co. respectfully intV^rm their IruyiUi'.-in.l the Public in IfflfraJ, that f hey h>ve this day rrdu.eil ilie Itali- of I'usfing loFirrEEV i'i:.\?K per Mile:; add take tbi^'>pp�rtuui|y � rf r�iiraing their m"^t firateful /I'haiika f'-r ihe very liberal IVomtHhry have reieived j :uid bavins lined op tlie above ! Uuiflii) a superior si_\le, they arc dctei-iiiiii-d, bv .*iiict.al-in(ia�, to make tbe"Accomriiiidali"ii (or J-'aiiiili.-s. Travcl-Iirs,&c. &c. &c. equal to any House in ibe United Kingdom. KXV iVlOSlC from the. O.ntincui.-;H1-Vl riN t ;uid vSPKRA'J'l. Iinpoiters of Ciassical iBic, u, IMuccs-slreet, Cavendish squar.-. Have (he ttttiurto itifor.n'th; Ainatt-urs of MuMr, tli,i( iliey liaveju.'-t tcwiteiV- fioHi the Cocliaent a large ColUclion <iC (lie best Mibical Pubiic.-tiniij, Vocal aiid iiislr^meiiial, fur every liblraiuent. They have likewise the iilea.�ure to acquaint ike Aniat(nrs,(ba(T jigrceable tn an'ag.eeinei;t �i(b Mr. UttSMrit, ihey have rreeiu'd fnan that most eminent Com-(lojcrtlire*.new MSS. which ijn?y bave already published, nch Jlornadjib. Op. (iH, 7>,-Three So-nalas "Aj ptDsressive Studies fi<r Mudeinoi^rlle de Talleyrand,. Op.ti", /�.'tidi-^^They'als'o-poblish by S^.-criptiun tbe Sym-'ylmtl'thi of ilaydn, Mozart; and IJeeihoven, fa score, and tilt Coi,c�rtos�f Alpzart for the Piano Forie.-Cnnnibich's . h'o.tliircoi lor. three Vfoiccs, 6s.-Martini's Bu.-is, (id.~ | Sit Variations on a Roman Air, bv Mad. Cianchettiiii,.!is. Bonnparte's March at the Bsittle of �Kati.-hon, by Mulzcn- ' becher, 2.-.-l51anginrs,.J�o(turi)i, 23. Gd.; Ditto Canzonets, .yi�lcinuui''s Sonata fur ibe Harp, iis.-lJuilan's Uut� for Harp and Piano, 4s. -'  ' -__- SEA WATOrOAtflS in London.-^U many of the Nobility iBiKt the Public may mit be aware 'itmt an estab'livhineut ,�f tbiti; nature is in Loudon, and 19  "bom (be use. of a Sea Water Uaih, eiihcr.fof Health or Vletisuie niay lie desirable, particularly in Winter,or reluni- .'laf from Water?ng Places. They iire' must ivsprctfiilly iu-Armedthat ijea W^ter ou\j' is used, ."wd eoii.-isi of a Plung-'tSftaih, two,smaller f r either AVann or t;o)d W.ateratid Sho*er Dallil-Warm' or Cold liuihs may lie.b;ul at a �iBu(n> notice,: a man.-iud woinan bein� iii rnnst<}.iit attcnd-M� from Stven o'clock, in tbe Morning ontil Kle�en at M')'.  Por supplvini'thes^ Uallis a vailing IJarge has been JiirpMply-built and fitted up with a tank or riservnir that 'WittfOBiain ili:bol)C!nb.nul.sis thousand g;ill minedia(etdfiply of the IJaths. 'I'be \Va-, ^riftHken ouatmnt tbrefciiniles "disiaut from'the shore and binh tide, it conseqiienllv is in- tbe must pure state, �M h soltl iti1�^rorSiiiitil qtiantities. , I'ATJritKiireEfeitims. his Thaiikv to those Ladie�,Nohle* . �tWljtil^tltBien/irtlB have for the bisl 14 yearisiipported ' ' ' fcffx"^''"'' inssures tbrm tlie most iinreniitting atieiition **^(<oh"timi� tn be ^id ^A.�MAftr; Tavlor, Lacman, Em. VJbrpidertrana Swora CijtTcr, Nti. 2, Kew-street, Covent- 'GentiMDea .compLrtcly equipuwl/m'thearft* they also were disposed of in this manner for a great length of time; nor were any ivil consequeact; ohserveJ 10 result from (he sale of tlietn. It was a practice which was enihired by such men as Liird IVorthiagtoB, Lord Cow per, Lord Hard wick", Lurd Thurlowe, &c. men who reiL'Cted honour on the lijgh situttiou they had^so eminently filled, and who certainly would not all have cannived at such a prdfctice if ii was found to be attended with mischievous elFecLs. Ai to the sale of commissions in the army, he thought it a thing to he wished for rather than <l�'|)recatei! ; for it tended to <;oi�nect men of respeciahiliiy wiih (he artny, and alior.led a pledge of tiicir atrachmeot to ilic interests and liberties of ir cnuniry. Lord llEi^KSDALKV�^''^*'^'^'y coincided in the scatinients of i'is N. hie and Ijcarnifd Friend, and co'�'eiided Uialtke Sale of Connmssi .us under pro. per regulations, was rather benelicialjlo theatniy than prejudicial. It prevented adventurers from engrossin,^ commissions, and ensured tn the army men of rank, respecJabiliiy, and cunsider.ition. .\fter a few w�r !s, in expl n, from Lord GuosVE.vuu, (hu Bill was read a tl.i>d time aud passed. MAN'CHF.STF.R WATI-R �WORKS. Lord iJE''B'Jl{OliiiH r^^purted tutm the Committee to f *homthilit>ili waaagHin refi-cred, and conrluded willi niov ii.g, tli.-vt tbe Standing Orders of (be lioiise Be su-jyeuilcd ilh respect to it. The motion w.is warmly opposed by (he L* no Cua.ncei.-i.eti, Lin-d lii.ni.MioHOioii, Lord ItKiitiSDALi:, Lord w1x.t0n, &c. &c. Siipporiefi i>y '-"rd H^udwickc, Lord Ucsnoftot't^jj, and other Noble Lords; after ubicfaadivi-siuu took place. Cor.tcn(s........................J 9 Nuu-coi'.tcuti.................... 10 Majority..........- 9 On the third read'ng. the sunie objetlimis were re-.^lalcd agaiH>t (lie Kill, but it was read a third time and (>:i-.sed. The llou?e liien �fi:t into a CuMiniiliee ou lUe I'ankrupti' Bill, w h the bill by tlie Louu f.'ii VNcr.i.i.oR and Lord Ri;!)i;s!;.A j.i;.- The l{e|iiirt was ord red to be received to-uuirrow.-.Vd-juurued iU Nine o'clock. HOUSE oTTioMMON.S. - A Me.esace from tbe L�rds intimated that their Lordships had agreed to the Irish Auctimi IJuiy iJill, the lilnckfriars, Suudny (oil Bill, .ind the Seamen's Wages >ind Prize-moijey Ite)<ulatiou bill. On the motion of Mr. WILBERFORCH (he House re-j r the fuiflirr consideration of the Charitable Donntinn Bill; and. ufier recei>iug a ilai:5e. prouojed ]>y Mr. W ii.iicnroucE, t.'ie Cliairman le-p.Tied, 'the Bill w n this day three m -iiths, and t>i be in (lie n.ean time prii.ted. Of course ihr Bill is postpoatd u.ilit tbe next Se^Mon of Parliament. Lord BI.NMX5 brought up the Report of the Judge's Salary Bill, wbif b, iifier ^lme obstr^atinni from Mr. Hon-} ly ; notwithstaiidiiii; that tiie subject hat occupied so much of the del bcratiou in the House of Lortls, both in a former and tlie prrscnt Session. This ticfec! was the necessity uniler which suitors were placed, when ansvreiing the alleguiiiins of tlieir op. pooeuts, of first taking out copies of all the ela. borate pleading required lo be entered by tkc other side, as records of the Courtsj before they, could proceed to any replication by plea" or e?i-dence. These pleadintfs, in some insiahces that came withfD his own knowtodt;t>, amounted to a Tulume-of 1500 paiii^, the cupy of each of urhich requised the signature of an Officer of the Court, who must receive a fee upon each: an.d he had kooira iastaoces where the sum in litigation did-not exceet) 200^ or 300/. where the fees of Court lOtoe amounted to 500/. or 700/. and in'one sui^ CSSQ to 1500/. Such an arrangemtstbsd long pre-waited i/cthe practice uf the Syptch ctkurls^ for 00 '�tiiier reason that he couU| ^ee, ti|ao to create a re-;Tenue ftvr Scetch Law OifiqfT*;: l>ut it, was .a bar -.ni the pursuit of ju�tipe, wholly insurmouatabjeryto all-'snito^s-in ordinary otrcutosj^nces; and even :whereA suitor was. successfuj^ and his aotagonist chose.to.appe;<i.(p^the Uouseof I^ords, the parties eoul(l.not4J.roceed!thither wkbout takiag out com-' pietB cufHes .9f tlie proceedings la the.'courts b<% L��^, ^thoogh not <ff tbp'jicast use to .thein, nor coeip�t�qt 'to furnish'.apy uew light to-bis adro. out i�'cU an anieiioraitun of llie judicature it pur. ported 16 annintr. . , . . Mr. Secretary dc.vdas said, that a measure such as {hitrecomtn'ended by the Uuol and Learn-e<I M^tiiber,cotild not be atlopted, wiiiiout a most important Ueratioii in the legal practice of Scotland for three hundred years, anti therefore ii({*-s in ScoiUndj who dilfcred it� opi(U.>n.oiL tlte sitbj-cf. Mr. ABERCllOMlSi' agneJ iti the objections qt Mr. Horner, and adniilied that the House. boUid do nothing precipitately on the stiliji-ci; but he was at a loss where 16 cast ihe blame, for the tieiay which had taken place in not bringing forward the final Report of (hoss Coninjisiot.crs t-> eiamiiie thi-"Suhj-.-ct ; for vihose a;)poiiitin>'nt a IJill pas'^ed lalii ii� fill-' Ijst Si'fSioii, aiihi>U:;li llie Cu.iKr.i;siyii was not signed by his Waj.-sty uii.'il l.isi January. He uudersood that a tiiijority of three Coiumis-si'iners were in favi�iir of the aUecAli')i( suKgesdtl by his Learneil l-'ri-e.!!; and (haf (I.e. oaly ()<<t:it on which t!iey had not yet been able to make uji their minds, was how Itie olfneri wire to be cuinpensaled for the loss of fees thai must accrue fr-)in the alteration. Tdey had indeed sug;5estej the transt'e'ring ti.osefses to another q-iarler, but one cquaHy �!'jfciiuu.ibly wita tiiat on wiiich tl.cy were DOW imp'jseil. The CHaNCKLLOR of the KXCHlCQL'IiR supported tiic o|iinioii "f Mr. Dundjs as to the was not, tJiat the Petition (t d lijion it, but inerrly that i� be received, and that th."^^ Petitloncr be heard in his own winls, upon a statem nt of what he himself considered a cr.evanre ; an:l thi-re-fore he ho))e.d (he Hou.^e would nut refuse at I-ast to receive a petition of tlial character, which they had be t s y what tbe pr.ic'ice might kave .*)eeu hef)re IHUl : but , the U'.i'f.>ri() ]�ractice sine? itoil !*"eiv ti> <lisrtu.-.s .iay ' ioTcrior oHirer who brongtit cJKjrj<!.< iu^iinst hi� supt-rror, before a Court Maffijl, witit ml U ing j abl.: to subsUntiate them. Lord l^:xnY Petty and Cofo'^el DiT.tow y. er� i for receiridg the i^.tii 'ti ; (r i.nposici j llie country, iie woulil ren.ii-r a j;rtar innlce \t. j There was a tnode by whic'i taxes (o the AiiuiMr.t . 1 of between CO and 70,001?/. a year mi^'ii fu's; aP'i!. ; it was, by suLijecriitg t!)e iiuuMoe Miaiiu by i -reigncrs from nroper'y vcs'iil in on." f'lui!', -..iln; i sa;!ie cbari^es thai thi- sIoc'k ..f l-ri'.jMi -'..'].(;> j liable, iie was a�arc that it nti^iit i.e. urg J, t>-^t maki;ig exeni[rims i:i fari'itr cf fdti i^^fK;-. an eiiC.'/Hfugi'll.'cct tu lliein lo Vist Mn-M j)r,.pi-:!y in deliberate caulion ui'.h whicii any akvriti.Ill should I our funds. I3iit they ,*jail iU'tl a Hiru-.ic:er eiit.<'-i-be atteinpti'd in legal pr.iceeiliugs so long cslab- I ragement, which was iiie sieiifity '-i lished. He adinit.'ed that it was licsirable to extend to Scotland Ihe 'I'rial by Jury, but this only provided it was agreeable to those most concerned, aud who bnst understood tJie usage and feeling of the oouniry. The Bill was read a third time, passed, and order, cd back to the Lords. COCRT MARTIAL. Mr. LYTTLILTON rose to oifer to (he House | a jietitiun from Captaiu Jekyl, late of tne 4oJ j riegiment, praying sach relief as to the House ! should Seem. meet. i Ueing called upatt by the Speaker to state the nature of the Peii'ion, Mr. IvYTLlirON saiJ that the pelition stated,' that in ih.; year ISOl, he had itisiitnt.d certain charges again-t his superior ollicer, ('ol. Srewart, and brought him to Irial by at^ourt M.ir;ial ; that the Court after Itcariog the evalence adilmrd, w. re of opinion the tharg usly to that dismi.'--.s;il, memorialed for a trial of Jiimself by (Jourt. Martial, iu order to have an opportunity of adducing, in di'leiiee of his conduc;, such furtli* r cvideutseasheliad deemed unnecessary to be br )u�,'ht forward upon the trial of Co!. .Stewart, amltosiiew (hat he had not bruei;ht forward that charge upon light or frivoliius gr jur.ds. Mr. illUKll sai'', 'liat as far as In; could understand troin (he siatement, tl.is p'.-tiiii.n went n it only to Censure t.ne jnd^tn'.'i.t of a Court .Martial. Vriiicli for so lon.^ a dmc (he ;"i;.'itioner had suJieri-d to pa^S unimpi-aeiied, l;ut t.> c:ill in ij'iesiim .I'.s.i the cxeri.i.!C ol an inuloubteil jir.-i oi'.aiiv.- of iJ:e Crown., a'lij ti>erel'oiL', he thoui;lit t?n- p-ritiiu Micii as the. House of Co.'>!r:>o;is '.�u-ild nwl etvc^ tjin. He would, however, a;.j)ei.l K) tl'.e i'iphci and In tier infofmKil anihority ol'ili-j Ch.!).--. Tiie SrC.VivKil tad, th.ii l)eing t&ll'J tn si was his duty to stale what was tiie nature 4>f dc petitions which it bad been tlie usai;eof ilu- ILm.s toenlerlaiii in ca-.es of a like nature, amt what mi reject. I\titions complaining of the oidiiiary administration of justice, wlietiier in Courts .Martial or Civil, the House of Commons had not usually entertained ; but petitions complaining </f any ex- tra'jrdiiiary proeeetli-ij;, any gross abuse of theju. diclal authority, the allegaiious of which there was no direct reason to ;lisbelicve-such petilions the House of C'lmmons * usually entertained. 'I'he most recent case of this nature which occurred to him was that of the petition of Captain Cochrane Johnstone, iu that case the House enl rd. Uii, b'lweTr?'^ ;rou;<i not take ttusj tur..i.;ii siockh^iJ-rs hyswi*-- . prise, but give tisciii timely notice of vtu^'ha^-meant to d./. He w.hiIJ (lieru'ote move, tJs?*^ the House should take early iiit nsidrT.>'K'-i^-Ihe cxjiediency of (ijscontinuinj; so uiurh uf t.le Ac5-cf th? 46ihGeo. 111. as relatc.l to divideiuh 'rafve funds [luyablc to foreigners, a-ul ih.it ^nch noo-exempiio:: should commence from the 5t;i of -V', fil 1810." Mr. BAF.IXG resisted the motioa, as incotn--^ patible niih that good faitn, ep.Jn the ^ecurity <if-whieb foreigiieis were in i 'erifioiis !ii ire to be attended to than those of j>oliLy. Mr. l-'CLLiCllsaw no icusmh why fh'iseforeigners wiio ilres* an income fr>.in (liis c 'jntry, >hoald noi coii(rifn>(o to the siip;i.>rt of t:..)5c t'cets :.(f\i armies to which ihey'ov.id tlie i-roivjcuon of their property. Mr. HAWKIXS BROVVXE .,aid, that it was the policy of Governiiieut lo ei'.courag." (he intluX of foreign preperly into the fue.ds. The i�er-i)n wlio so laid out lii� property wishdrew liintsclf thus far from (be general enn.i')-. He coi.c.iv.-il it would ')f a er.-.ir bread) cfpul'iic faiih to :a.ic (his s,ii li's of pr'j| city. Tl.e c:i]AXv;i;i.L6;i -he FXCHCQUMi^ tiioi.gh iie eonm.-rjd i'l many of i.'ie .ir^uifu .if. for r.ixi;;., t.'.e jsruji'.r'y of fi.rei:;..er^ in t'u- {n:r.:,^ in;;-r uppusf (ill- i,ii.)ii as p;rf'(:ily uiiij�ee-;-iaw, aiv;! 11.if likely to |r.).J:!ie obj..t it wi^he^i 'o r.f;. ta-n. He wo'jlil n.il giv.: any tiefinite trpii.!,.., .m (.�>c .-!i')j.-ct at ti.ii -lii'iniK. ,\ 11 i.|,|jorfi!t-.if/ w iuild arrive fi>r a [iie. He l)iti.T' i!Kc;iHsiu:i of the uive the i'lo'iii;). .Mr. Tll::;LNi';Y saM, if rt.i^ ]L,'-.,.!n(:y:) we:;'. al)roaii, it wiHilil ala. in ^lil f:ii-ei::-fc,'-s \vh)�M.i j.n.. per'y in oiir fauds. J Iu- ;(rl>j.c' ii - I fii.-iii ...'r;, u.i'ier di?;'.!s-ioii, ai-.-'l wa^-jl-Aay^ of the for-ij^ner. U any ihi;.j v biisiiiess, he riioneht the ex-lomnlgiit b- c'r.:;-nued ill favt^ur of prop, ity n.w vested, but nut t.> future purchasers. .Mr. DuvT siijip'ir:.!! ihe moiiii, aii:i .Mr. II. ,( 1\ i-i I'av-I r ' il'ii � i'. Tiioit.NTo.>( opposed i{. The motion, with the-consent of the ll;;i;se, '.ras withdraw 11. MR. ):R�KI.Vr. Lord H. PEITY rose to tiouMe the Uhu''-with a few words in support of ih..' mo : ;(i of which he h.nd given iiutice. ; The papers t'l.Tt he should move for were t'le iris/nictions rel.nve to (he atfair of the Chatapeake-^ mi the last aispaieh frc � decree to which the iusiructions were violated, would only be judij.d by the details of what [lassed between Mr. Er-kiue and (he Secretary of the American Governmen*. The House could not know what verbal assurances might have bceu giveo. He had no private i:;f-r.

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