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Day (Newspaper) - February 10, 1809, London, Middlesex yl fcilfc PL D FRIDAY t OPERA South A natcd particulars may BRITISH PARLIAMENT niArfr j to this HOUSE OF 1 Vulture rfn in tKc of the or Ti brguMcnbcd for Jlrtmcnt of the nw nil fou upon t vii iour oclock in the iebruarv the pnce JA in the tUfolutlos of the mtnna MdJon of lirr iV1 11 r 11 rccc icn ou original then to avail therofelfet in iter auu at rind at the office of v that a Committee o J vril Coonfel was heard on the partof Camp who in the year 1807 obtained a of damans again I Tuing or JV Counftl firdceeded to fteM minntion of the i ct returned for his andjne afeof The onftfted in the tcftimony of Mifs baran who declared that the partieshad beeo rHStned privately in the iiland of according TO he rites of the Church of bnrncJtJby the clergyman of and that fee believed they had from the Here the LORD tM and informed the Counfel that not deemed fufficieiu by on account of the extreme MifsSarah White at the time the marriage took whith muQr have prevented her from knowing even what a licence He therefore ad vifed theCounfel to taketime to provide other and the caufe referred foi a fecond divorce vasread o bV be excufec from further attfndance on the aid TrefenteaTeVtjon Trom Robert drew wto hdd in Parliament for the orpu l c of bribery tion was referred to matter thereof on Tuefdaj d the money wanted for iport ahdNavj for he whidvWiJfeordered to lie on the Gentleman that ontomorrow lennlghi tilMb the amountof the purfoant from to Sir hearing to Thurfday feanj Bojingdons BiU a third time and Bartiiolixncws iouc of the on TvVck W rtccive 1 for it Years from Mia PublicHpule corner of Duke nd Lutie poffefiitaBthc in 5ce will be required to do the nccef rent of and dedue Lanrtlordsproperty tax eiccpted and una dutv Coun1 IN Genlcmrndefjrousof purchafing Lord AUCKLAND thought the motion of which he had given notice ona former oceafion not he wilhed it fhould emj brace the affairs of He alfo expreffed a hope tlvit all die correfpondencethat had place between MajSllys Mini Hers the American Congrefs fhould be laid beforethe Houfe for before the day ed for the difcufljon of the motion for refcmdmg the Orders in The Earl of Li had already on a former that the American Govern ment had thought proper not to give every paper that had palled between the two and that of courfe he thought himfelf Charfes eottbrn tpgethpr anfwers thereto Ordered to bo Apeffon frorff the WelVIndiaBqck Company prefented ad eftimate of theprogTefs the Together an of the and ex the Qf deredto lie on Infpefror of before HbufeTns report on die ftate in j O f f ft of tut the thanks of the Houfe to his by him en Margarets ChUpel on the Faft SHAWLS have an felceiioil corner Jrc they thky receive the fuU vilue in otherworked ALIMiitAm On the motion of Houfe into to confider of eztending the tto miralty iurifdiflLon in Newfotfiidlatfa V the coalt of The convenioticemdadvantage thefuggeftipn he cot did not wiflijoindiicethe Houfe to come to un jiiQifiabiepr unprecedented He thought it neceflajy to afcertain precifion what the powers of this Houfe were in fuch and what hadbeerr the proceedings of onr anceltors with view to which he had taken the precaution to examine the Journals of the andhe had the fmsfadion of finding that his iuggeftion was not unfurported by Although they were not precifely analogs to the cafe in yet they bore fiiffiuent refemblance to it to jiiftify the principle of fuch proceeding in a cafe of fuch urgent Here Gentleman referred the ol the Houie o the particularly to the 18th from which the clerk read extracts of proceedings with regard 50 the examinaiion ofwitnefies at the timethe treaty of Utrecht wasunder A Matthew Prior htd been eva mined on the and on the 17th His examination was deemed of fo much that on the motwn ot he was committed to the clofe cui tody of the Serjeant at and no perfon what ever was fuffered to hold any communication prior to the refpeftivedays of his ex amination This inilance die Gentleman confidered one bearing a ftriking refemblance to the cafe under confiderati The next cafe he referred was found in rhe 21 ft volume of the on the 15th February A re port made from a feledt o the which that Jonn andieveral other perfons badunited togetherM withdraw themfelves frorntheresamination of the confequenceof was made by th Houle tor taking thofe perforjs into and keeping them refpeclivelym clofe confinement until their From a confutation of thefe he hoped tne Houfr would not be fo ready to adoptthe unta whichwould be derived by the Fifhery from Ais out moil A f f f tTI nOUlC A fuggeftion that had been thrown out with rcfpecno his conduct in this Lord FOLKSTOSS that however fans HIS OuniricSf oiju o bound to purlue thefame line of conduct bat that all thcfe that had been laid before the public before the he would hare no objection to produce before LORD MOWA the hoticfehehad move Houfe fhould refolve itfeif rnto a Com mittee to enquire into the circumftances attending the imprifonroent of infolvent debtors for and the conferences He that in former before the arreft took the infolvent debtor was fummoned lore ti in order that the ewftence the and thtreal caufe of ther th refult of might be made evident r iudicial I rhe flight Hon Gentleman in the the Gentleman had to approre cf Mr then refolution when Jeftre was given to BnitKroughthe brought up the Report of the Militia Volanteering which tne WUIIIUL agroed to be read a third Mr WJXDHAM obferved that being by illnefe cfan declaring anr of its former tne J HUSKISSOH atTrea of bis happened thaf an r it either 1 alllts be carried a hdy the has been hunted thi he is would tea valuable acouiQuon 10J iln vrarv and warranted price is fourteen hands three inches ii 7ooii to carrjtwelve itcody in Dngk Hi years vricc 4 They ire the leaving To be fcen at Th FIR WOOD FOR in tne Foreft of by ttc name of My Lords qircuuy f or of a throwninto captivity for 4COQ more to be picket by tje r arc to be I e 50 feet in and many of cuiucil The quality of bcin all of and f Manv of the Trees wcuM be fit large fire and ftrajght tun three miles of the river by r vv be and loout of of ai iiiLlIent turnpike road to will be for ciitang down the v cf the ar wiU the ruru oi becoming will lodge Ahziiijrr tnrowninto r months nay before or the real of theinfblvencywere Efficiently 1tiis practice not only hocked the fcehnp of huma but was contrary to all of The lavrwhich was created for the defence here cruelly deferted an helplefs per haps a viflim to calumny PT was and never had been his liordlhips in tention to orient the arreft the be caufe he knew that the criminal injttumtion of many to the regular payment of their debts dered this rigorous meafure But he wiQied that it fhould be regulated vby juf and not the caprice of 1 here was but one and that remedy was to befound in the law of fuch as it emitted iu former and the Lords their LdrdOiips had paffed a Bill for divorcing Lord Boringdon from his prefent and enabling him to marry to which their Lordlhips de the concurrence ColonalSTAKTON brought up Lord Bormg dotvaDivorce Bill which was read a and ordered for the fecond reading apetition from the deb r in the gaol of Newgate in the city of general Ordered to lie AND vived Me knew iis opinion before the tf prove the both be Houfe agree combated to hU T and let the Corn OTB of the order ofthe Houfe going into Committee on tne Uery Prohibition Bill was poftponed OF IT r trckr of Jthe day for theHoufe t further mlo the conduft f York having been Mr Speaker fhould that of the iuaice of fuch a he deprecated mofl forcibly the dodlrine laid that Beffcs communing together out oi this Houle upon what had pafled did ncceflarilrgo to inValfaate their UnJefeit Ihould be made clear to the Houfe that there wasfoffipent ground Tor believing that improper comznunica uon had taken he protefted that fucha natural and ample comroiiiticariowas generally took plae oughc noito tie by fo violent and unneceffarya FvtLER wonderedthat fuch knew fo reafons were for pre venting the witnefles conferring m or der to defeat the endsof real The Gentleman was proceeding rather warmly in the when he was called to SHERIDAN that he had in his hand a Petition from an individual whofe name had been repeatedly mentioned and called in by an Gentleman Beres ford on the laft nights when Corri was interrogated by him He alluded to It had endeavoured to ex tract from the witnefs an idea that Finnerty was the newfpaper gentleman whohad been com muncating with and confequcntly by that means to invalidate the tcftimony of that The examination he alluded to tended very much to prejudice the minds of the Houle and the public againft he muft inform the was now under a profecution for a libel on his Royal Highnefs of to the wpiitscf troth and juftice woqldalone b BnuopbauU vion a4 then In order of int the TTORNSbY refpecHullj acqusi i i tnit jnd Shares n Lv jn Urawinoalhe lithof are now Sifit ud cftablilhcd Stite Lottery the nf the Erft virawn Prize above will t ulcd tu ioo iirhvi on the fecoridday of be entitled to joo I are Riven by thcContriC vcr an tlic imount of ami othrr f The Tickets dcjoHtcd in nJ a Kit of the miv be had who hsvc recently bared 4 o ouponthe record Commie of theHoufetf Commons on mat The obfervations contained in ii made by of the no oite doubtedv and w prove entitled to the attention He therefore renewed h Lord Wallingham Lord 0 count of other preffing and m order Hno delay flioiild Lord Moira offered iw take the Chair His propoUuon was ordered w refolve i Jyf Itt0 a with Lord m tne iuid thatfbeTore the the thought in juftice w I an erroneous imprelfion had gone abroadiin confequence of what he at irreparable mifchief would be done to individual by fuch an impreffion to before his trial toqk place He conclnded by bringing up the which was that Mr Peter had heard furprwe and that in the of the examination now cagrry on before the Houfe the Duke of queftions had been put tmplying i wi as much as and attentjonto ev y GRAND r S the us to tu ICO to to in if FIVE HUNDRED to to y CAPrrAL PRIZES of I lit ibovc Tickets the whole of the i 6 io In M TKkcu icd AJR1L jboTt Gifts of arc lor i fdlinE at aU Ue titcafed HOUSE OF 9 STURCFS BOURNE reported from Ae Com mittee appointed to try the merits of the Wope that the pointed to examine evidence in Ireland had traru rnitted mafsof papers trom that that it was deemed 5dy4esWeDr the for the ends of Oiat longer time hould be allowed to conGder mcnts cf die He therefore Ag the Committee might have leave to Wcdnefday which was agreed toaccortl 5 them at the twns fhould not prevent bjm frotn doing his however painful it might be to his From circumftances appeared the coiufe of Ibis he was very anxious that tbp com which was to take be the heea Clarke fhowld be prior to her lit confequence of her not being d on that he for one dad Qot tljtnk he fhould be IU1 Q4 jurious upon a igainflr him by hjs MajeOys Attorney He exprelTedhis willingaeTs to be called thfi Ba the and anfwer any queftionsthVt might be put to which anfwers Luld be and to 1IC OT1 tflO i i 1 fl the She no weollect having been recommended to him by thaUlTertionhehad made further and looked over his but could not find any trace of Dowlers faidhe ftnd en communicate witl any of the other tberefore he faggefted to the Con gSVas for their whg the precedents of the Houfe or fnefidS had PERCV reported from linted to trythe meritsof rd Eleflion that met to proceed to f jt from on tne ytu was fo unwelli tbat he On fon in 1601 for gs where had not fome ngs in a ftep re her to the Serjeant and thus pro i Sffu ia iV was mcnuyiiiu in thofe to the rife to leave was to be and that of WARDLBi the Houfe then refoWdTtfcinnw a Committee to proceed the inveftigatiori of the charges agaioft the was ordered to becalled to the canfiderable time before fhe madefer the Houfe frequently ing on the 1 She at length came much affected and The Chairman1 inforrhcd if lie any corriplaint ta make of ill irLircmaree would fee her laid lie had been much in fulted in her way frnm the Gnm to the Bar j that fhe fhe woiila receive the protec tion of the and that the of her de lav was on account of her having fent for the Serjeant at Arms to ccfiducl liefto the and proteft her from the infujts of perfons in the WARDS then proceededto Did you know Colonel French PO you recoiled to 7011 in 1801 torequeft you to ufe your influence over the Chieftoprocure for him a levy of men for the army He did apply to bnt I cannot in You admit that Colonel French did apply to you to ufe your influence over the in Chiefto obtain for him the levy I Did Colftnel French otter you any peramaiy for ih ufmg your influence Certainl he or I fhould nothaye mentioned his namei what you I do 1 Do yon rfecolleft any parr of the offers made you by ColonelFrench I have feeo all the papers containing the account pf the laftes animation before thisHoufe it may be ceived that my anfwers are guided by that cir The are the queftion I cannot recollect the pre cife Do you recnllsft any of the conditions en tered I Did thofe conditions imply any1 pecuniary reward you were to receive for your influence over the Commander in Chief Did you apply to the Commander in Chief in to requeU he would procure for Colonel French Did you the Commander in that you were to receive any pecuniary advan if Colonel French allowed the cert Did the Commander in Chief after fuch that Colonel French fhoulti havo the levy Did in confequence of French having obtained tip receive any of money from him or from any qthar that State what ftrmsyou received OH this and by whorp they were Jre and that was from Captain from whornf I received 50t up in Bank this fum I paidto Burjcett for a fervice pf HisRoyal Highnefs promifed We to payBuf3 kett the which be told me he bf his own Do you recolkci receiving any other fum f I do not Did you receive any money cm that account in theprefence of Did you recollect an application from Colo nel or Captain for any alteration in the terms of the levy were teazmg me every but I alvraj 5 gave their notes tu his RoyalHighnefs which I fuppoJe his Royal Highnefs always idid not take he trouble to comprehend Did you underftand that in confequence of of the the Commander in Chief received any loan from Colonel French loan from Colonel Was there any loan to be to the Commander in in any way connefled with the Colonel Frsnch that if his Royal Highnefs would get accounts of his which had been due For a long and which were extremely he would Vend his Royal Highnefs on and for the regular Did you fpeak to bis Royal Highnefs on thisifobjec I State the partkolars of the converationj auff what further pafled on that point Hts Royal Highnefs faid that he had no bufrnefs with the accounts that he had applied as far was proper confidently with his but nothing to do with the money affairs that it was rather a delicate that he did not to take the loan of lea it might be known Extfrninta by MrLaos P How often have you feeri Dowkr Snce his arrival in before the other when he was examined I have not fcen him Then you have only feen him T n Did you inform Wardle of his Koyal Highneas tranfaftions with refpeclr to Colonel Frenchs I of fome but not of all that Dowler mentioned the other I have not had any communication with him by note or orherwife fince Hoofe on and have only feen two men called twice at my but I would not fee bim he called to beg I would not bring him forward another gentleman called whofe name and bufinefs I ftail mention here 3 How long have you known Dowler A About cr ten I cannot at various times recced s of money from few r O Do you recollefl the particul rs of ot the fums you have or the amount ot the whole you may have received from Dowler with fomefptnt and and in of AT to anfwer any quettion particularly for bis
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