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Day (Newspaper) - February 14, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING AT SIX FEBRUARY PRICE OOD FAMILY HOUSE ant GAR in au airy about a tlu1 lloyal in t at JarrnuavV of respectable as an LYriCE to a light gciitec where c the tiimiiy in every him in clothes anil apply to Smith and pnpcr opposite tliu 1 lie TO UK SUBSTANTIAL con apartmcnU on the principal sto t recently fitted up in a fo boinersLtplace and of Sjitaliic only to a private y ivsicctaule BRITISH for 3il an elegant 0 near live Vet that plays 20 new 1 and suf other instiuiTirnts any hall with a and six in a Lnautiful with cjilt in with another Larrel M fiiii 12 to 4 this or aiiy other there is ft new with church of great v or spacious price 60 FINE Conifr of DMARD OKME has great Plea g ajiiuuncc to the ii1 of from the KINNAIRD IT FlCTCHkS is reatly for tle i to a selBCtion of ii correct i v characteristic txccllcucifs lns works of LH aud Ciauclc le Lor M ill il bv seaitC from faithful Copies Ai and will each be 17 inches n so as to form an elegant set of il divided into Six one to be IK very Tliinl Month tach Number accompanied with a concise anil a Sketch of the Painters ill prccnt to the Public tbe cele t oi from tbe Corsini 1 Landscape by Claude le from fthc late Due de i Prospictus is ready for rAHlMTMAKERS aud le disposed an ESTABLISHED the STOCK in in the 130 Milts frum witU extensive acd wiry caiiTcuicscefor CiiTying on a respect s Jit TinPnrcbastr xrill also havt tbe option of ic tut BuUdiug aixive and pioprietors quitting it owinq to itr iccreasing too much for if by poit to acd GRAM GIFT of TICKETS butiaiEE lieen established cpwards of the First Kunibtrs to to to to to to to U to to uot to FllEE GIFT of FIVE HUNDRED WHOLE 10 the first drawn above Secood aa follow to to to to to bavc Txketf may paiii the whole of the following CAPITAL PRIZES 1 of 2 5 6 1C 500 Begins APRIL of the Gifts of there are only for anj Shares arc selling at all the Licerued HOUSE OF FEBRUARY Counfel was licard in iwhalf of sninR fur a Divorce and Evidence produced to prove the Adultery after the Bill of Divorce was read a Ecfouct time and ordered to be commited for ti thivj reading Campbelia Bill for a Divorce was dcfemd for a secoud reading to the 23d of Sir George Brograves Divorce Bill was read for ihc first A JMrssage frorfi tbe Committee of tie House of Com mons was brought by and to the House of to inform their that Lord Divorce Bill had without auy from the presented an Ac of the Duties levied iu consequence of the Orders in The LOUD CHANCELLOR tbat the further pro ceedings if lative to the Baubury Peerage be resumed ro mcinow penuightAgreed The Eirl tif LIVERPOOL presented the Papers that had passed between the British Government and the American They were ordered to bo printed and bid ou the Lurd MOIRA moved for an Account of the Receipts procsediug from iVoic tbe 5th of to the 5th of the rarae 1809 His Lordship also moved for an Account of the Revenue of the Exchequer duriug tltc same Eoth motions were agreed The House was then adjourned until the Mth of HOUSE OF FEBRUARY The House resolved itself into a Committee cf in which the Bill for raising by Exchequer and for paying off of tte outstanding Exchequer Bills of last was read for tbe first TheHouse resolved itself into a Committee on Lord Bomrigdons Drrorcc to be BARING moved for an Account of ah Imports and Experts from Ireland into America for three I Alto for an Account of ail Imports and Exports from England to and from during the same Also for an Account of Cotton Wool imported from auy part of the American during tbe same Tiff DUKE OF WARDLE moved the Order of the Day for the House to resolve itself into a to continue the investigation into the conduct of the Duke of York which was done WARDLE moved that be call ed get it Settledif I and therefore kept well with At what time was you negotiating this set tlement with Sometime about September Then I understand you to that from July or to you had little or no connection with Clarke That is what I What ilo you know of a or doyou know anything of thir I understood that wanted a a Commissarys or something of that Who sent Lodovick ioyou She sent him to yon to procure him a place to pot him in the way of And was anymoney deposited in conse quence On what terms was this money so deposit If the appointment was the agents were to have the money but the appoint ment was not and so no money was but remains where it was And At Birch and in Boodstreeti and there it is How much was the sum deposited la what name or names in the joint names of Lloyd and in my name and Who were the agentsio whom you were to have given this in the fejent of the ap pointment having 1 hope I may be excused answering that Most certainly not ansivef Tindal was to have had the other I dont know to have except Who He lives in Sym m Who is He wan the Where do you live At Fishmongers Are you acquainted with Clarke Yes aud have been for some How long since Since July 1806j or How did you become so acquainted with By means of Russel who wafc a Member of the last and wlio married my wifes He introduced me to whom ht to nave great Sfrrfctoyd have had the larger share 1 really do not What Uoyd to do the business I dont Do yotkiaow Clarke introdattfid ten to Do where he Waa darte acquainted with MALTBY examined by the Barber with Bwber and KCOND STATE LOTTERY for of only begius Dramng the of TS and SHARES are selling by BUHNE and Stock at ry under the Royal Ex no viure tkc in London on tlirir rkiuir contains fcur Prizes of with other in addition to above on the Firtt be rnliiltd to 3000 WHOLE TICKETS Prin aboiv on tbe Second will be entitled to in These Tickets will be deposited pnvious to the and delivered to at the close Li ict duly aud Schemes Sea with their scycral India Lxchequer am all kinds of bought and sold by Influence witlj whom With the Duke of He said that she would procure him a and therefore that he wished me to be and particularly in timate hen After saying so I could not I therefore went with him to call upon This might be three or four years aboutJuly or August I cannot be certain as the but I am as to the and the tiuie of tbe Have you seen Clake often 1 saw her about sis in that Did auy thing particular pass between you and Clarke in that Nothing only common Did she ever state during this I mean about July or August that she possessed influence enough with the Duke of York to procure places Never particularly so I that she shewed a letter to Russel From whom did that letter purport to come Promthe Duke of And how do you know the contents Manners stated them to me from the You may state the substance of the letter then The substance of the letter as Manners told that the Duke of York was about to provide for or something to Was she attainted with Tindal not with ThebwbdTfltejduced Tindal into this business Was introduced into it by r And what were youto get if the appoint ment took place Nothing at You were not any moiiey fotthis transaction v why did jtoii Tafe aredf obli to say that you were her Duke of I never knew I heard so the other How long have you given up all hopes of succeeding for Lodovick About a And is the deposit money still at Birch and the money still remains Do you know whether the whom you have was the same Williams who was herf the other night 1 lo Of what profession is I be lieve he is a military had been an and was made a Did you tvrr hear it that Sir Arthur Wellesleys absence at Chelsea caustd any delay in any or the proposed No but J remember that the trial at Chelsea caused some Questioned by Sir GEORGE WARREN Did Clarke represent herself to so late as November as being under the protection of the Duke of buL1 inferred that he had not deserted and thought that she atill retained her influence up to the ac tual Questioned by Did yon ever think that you had any in fluence with die Duke of Then how do you account for her apply ing to you to procure appointments I can not account for Question by Did you ever give Clarke auy reason to believe that you possessed any sufficient weight or influence in any quarter to procure such appointments I never told her any thing of the Can you say how Tindal to procure places I know nothing about the Were you in the habit of negociating with and yet are perfectly ignorant as to his means or connections I know about the Questioned by Lord When did you last see Sir George I saw him yesterday What Commission did Thomson He wanted a Commissiou in the And yho was to it for him I was instructed by Clarke to apply to And what advantage were you to receive for notng the negociatibn I was to receive You did it merely I had no other to oblige You had no other purpose than merely to oblige Clarke I had no other How came Clarke to apply to you in this business She applied to me because I called upon I Had you ever represented yourself to her as having the power to procure places Had you ever represented yourself to her as having any as knowing any through whom you might procure any appoint ment I am sure of Then I must desire you to answer me how she could think of applying to you to put Lodovick in the way of getting a place I cannot Were you ever employed by her to help Did you know any thing of Lodovick nothing Did you ever see him Did you never write to him I never Endeavour to recollect Yourself am sure I never You are positive that you never wrote to toer the solely employed by Clarke or wheth in this business I told Clarkej to that I would apply to I did apply to and this is all that 1 know of the busi When you found that Clarke had fo little interest us to be unable to obtain the situa for which she reserved how came you to imagine that she had sufficient in terest with the Duke of York lo obtain your ob ject I believed bhe had still considerable influence over the under his pro Aye you positive she crave you to under stand she was under tlio tniua of his Royal 1 rtally believed she he tenor of her Did it never oixur to you to that troni her requimi your more likely to obtain you object than When did she give you to understand she was uiuler the protection of the JDuiie of York doing down to How many interviews had various with Tmdal i tcTnaci tell grfat la tuy oue of those interviews ask Tunlul lliioiioi hat rhaiiiit to olauiii O of i Tnubl through what medium h likely obtain thi appointment and he me tiirouh tle ellesify but jt Jid not nifiiuon finv panicnlar Did r hear of the channel tLrough which any of the other appointments were to be obtained CM rlal What lirst leci you to I had ber acquainted vsiiii i and understood he coul oltaa under Had you auy reason to know power or Dd you apply to him was a probability of Then en continued to with Lie without ht had e yoii he w da rr t the fiesired tiie means or ot l c 1 had 110 his ai knowledge of his power except Had you any negotiation with him previous to yeur knowledge of Mrs Examined by Did Clarke give you reason tc hope that Manners object would be I was about to that I haH understood Manners had received a letter from the Duke of in which he was pre mised a place suitable to his name arid This communication was not made to but Did Manners state to you the sub stance of such a or did he the letter for you to I riot but I think L did not see the Did Manners state from he had received that I do not iccoiiec whe ether she had another Yes a gentleman of the the matter did not that At what time might tins occur iAU ABLE KIR WOOD FOR jpHE Fill by tho nscie of My Lords 4i30 4000 raore to be picked by fria this extensive are to be i fill average so in of r r upwards of SO cubical Tbe quality of tuiyjerjs beiag all of natural and of J20 years Many of tht trees would be and where large iize and straight wood ia within three miles of the viiver by the trees laay be flnated to and about aud a half miles of Charltstowa of hire is aa excellent turnpike road to A reasonable time will be allowed for cutting dovftj the aud for payment of the JocnMLtod at shew the thn desirous of becoming purchasers will lodge their s with Alexander advocute in be AtistkofJIarchncxt About July or cannot be cer tain hpar from at any time that her connection with the Duke of Yorkhad broken I can not thatI Did you think it well I imagined You had heard nothing from her to that I thought that her intimacy was not so great as it had but I never heard from her that it had brokjpn Did you ever hear her during thatshe procured any places through her influ the Duke of York I never heard of her getting any places by meansof that Have you been in the habit of seeing her since Very seldom I dont think I saw her afterwards till the CourtMartial on Captain When was that AboutSeptember And in this from July or to you had little or no communication with her I had by his relation General had a regimental account to which could only be done through the Duke of He wished therefore to be welt with But what had you to do in this trans action I had accommodated Manners with various sums of to the amount of about one thousand in consequence of which he assigned over to me this regimental ac in winch he was the creditor against Go J wry naturally therefore Wished to name of but take What place was he to have A And what did you do to help him to it AI inquired of apply to you on any other casesof this for a gentleman of the name of a relation of When were all these applications made Since September Did you not know that she had separated from the Duke at that time No she never told me that she had Did she ever tell yon at this period that she had not separated Never but she talked me in a manner which led me to suppose that no such separation had taken She amongst other that the Duke was about to make her a much smaller Was any money deposited in the cases of Thomson and Williams None Did the appointments in either of these cases succeed they did Was there any agreement if the ap pointment had taken was to be paid in Thomsons if the Com mission in the Militia had been was to have been And what share was you to have had I was to have had Then you were such a obliging gen Who introduced you to Tindal of Who is Robins A Did you see Barber on any occasion What was the nature of the agreement be tween Barber and I do not Have you ever seen Are you sure that you have been engaged in no other transaction to the procura tion of except those you have already mentioned I do not recollect any You mentioned that there was some other but that there was nothing done what did you allude to I alluded to the place of a Clerk in the Had Clarke auy thing to do with that she asked about Are you sure vou made the inquiry at the request of 1 am pretty sure but it was not What stumwas to be if the negocia tion had been attended with a good Three or four hundred To whom did you apply on the subject To Was there any other subject on which Clarke required your I do not recollect any Did she endeavour to procure any place for Russell Manners Not that know of What acquaintance had you with Clarke since My acquaintance with Clarke dropped at the latter end of the year and I do not remember seeing her till April at a Court Martial held at Where did Clarke live at that time I do not I saw her afterwards at her lodgings in In what month was I do not know it was before she went to Did yon go to her of your own or did she write to She to desire me to call on What was her object for desiring to see j Had you conversxtioii on A Did any tiling to Manners Have vou conducted since he lias been abroad ailairs to Did in she had spoken to the of Yt aflairs of Did she ever mention lyinnncrss Lu to I do Did you transact the buaiaeis Clarke or did vou exotct any I to count How long is it voi hopes of the av that oil the for my up ever say the subject of the accounts to the Duke of York Flow came you to hcvs stvli hi 1 ilonght sbv had stiii sonid interest witii his Royal EzamineJ You stated that the for Lode vicks situation was lodged in the house Birch and had you any with that House Had Clarcn any account there I do not know that she Is it usual for money tobe paid into the bankers of any of the I believe it is customary for oue of the partys banker to be Did Clarke make the first applica tion to or diu youmake fhrfirst tiqn to I believe Clarke first asked me some What questions She spok as to undertake this business witEout any advantage or return Yes I had no pur pose but to oblige Can you remember any other case in which you were applied to for a gentleman of the name of but the affair ended like the and came to nor If any of these appointments had suc who was to have had the money I do not I never do you know the Duke of Portland i have never seen Are not you the Duke of Portland fa lavghj No Do you not know that Clarke used V J negociation of to represent you 43 the Duke used you do not Was it not relative to the some place Are you positive of that When did the first transaction of this sort take place after the Court Martial In August Thomsons appointment was the first that but there was no distance of time between Did you ever prosecute any business of this sort with success What remuneration were you toreceive for your trouble I merely engaged in it through good and from a wish to serve as I throbgh her in terest qiiidated I to get Russell Mannerss accounts li in as I before I had an with respect to wished to obtain a Examined bit Did the bunkers allow any f moneydeposited in their handb Did they not allow 4 per rather think Did you gc down with to Yes Clarke on rrit one and said she was goint to Col chester and I said I had been summoned oat tend the Court Martial and I had not aa hour to and if she would allow 1 should be happy to go down in the same chaise Did you not give evidence at that Court that you had not seen Clurke for some months previous I said I did not re collect seeing her from till she called on me on her way to Did you not state positively on on that that you kid not seen Clarke for weeks or months up to the period of your I do not recollect thatJ v
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