Day, April 26, 1809

Day

April 26, 1809

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Day (Newspaper) - April 26, 1809, London, Middlesex PUBLISHED FVERY MORNING AT SIX APRIL PRICE Ill LIEN ElIT of MY will be the Hay of PiZAKKO i In the course of tbe n va TII iiiicli will be the Burletta of 1MI Mil i ME to had of Cuveiitgirdcu and of u the Places for the UDVAL HUMANE pr Xni A tlie 26lh of tLis lu hi ai the City of London Uiiliojjs KIG iMOST EXCELLENT Ill the Earl of STAMFORD and WATRINC TOV r Jit Diaries Earl of Lord Viscount Dudley and Lird Willmijjuby dc Lord Hun Lun I i Hun i M Sn i ii EMI Esq I K K Efq Lord Maciio Right thr Lord i Right Kvclli ncy Enroll do P Sir Rirhard Vil nnan W Iir Captain John Thomas An Ts Esq iinner on Tolle at five oclock No collec i Is U to be had of the Stewards at thr I the London Lud 1 and of the JOHN No KINOs HEAD April T a numerous Meeting of the b neiuL of MrWILLIAM held here this in coiitcqueucC of Maiichip liaving rcsijjiicu his in the Diicciion of tlu East India Comjiunys ROBERT in the Chair It was niiaiiiiiifinsly That William n Mcrrnaiit of a lirtctoiof London Assur ance ami a of is a person every qualified to fill thesituation from which Manship That this Meeting will support with thrlr Votes and and do earnislly reconi iiu nd him to the Suffrages of the Prupritturs on the uf That the Committee now appointed for the purpose of conducting Election do meet ai this hnusc in order to promote the nttitimnent of the object of lliii and that Wif rams friends he requested to eiery aiJ in their That the of this Meeting be given to for his conduct in the Chair and that these Resolutions be signed by the and insert ed in ROREirr To THE 1UOPlUETUItS 01 EAST INDIA AND THE vacancy occasioned in your Direction by the resignation of alltuds me the opportunity of soliciting I hat honourable to which I usjiire ihronjh your favour un Allou me to express my acknowledjineiits for tlie mcoiirjp uient 1 have to fdicit the honour of yuir Voles and Inlerest on the day of to uiiuer tiivoarnlilt it my poitive intention to Trusting that I lie able to pay my perso nal respects to rv i have the honour to subscribe with the greatest Ladies and Your obedicfit si London April mop A YOUNG ubout 3d Years of wishes to rnpajc WET in a Respectable nmi luis a pjood Breast PluaMto direct for No Bluck to move for the reading of tlie evidence tnke before the Committee appointed to investigiit the abuses of patronage iu the EastIndia Com and more of Lord Viscount lor tlie purpose o ingrafting thereon certain Resolutions of censur on the conduct of that Noble I beo to impress upon the that nothing of t personal nature actuates my present proceeding against the Noble Mv view is directed T TWO DAYS TO HURSDAY the STATE LOT TERY HJII draw The Capitals in tin Wheel are Warrant ed Tndfawn Tickets ami Share arc Felling by RICH AR I and Cornell and Charinjr Sold a Prize of iu the present nit PllO PUIFTvlKSOF EAST INDIA I US AND T leave to return my most grateful thanks M tlie very tl recejitiiiii uitli which you liarc in il me upon Your Uimluess niist cunfiiient I surciss upon the day of is iised for the loth uf Should I as fo oltain the object of my I endeavours shall be exerted to prove myself uiiiiy uf your i have the honour to Ladies and Your nuirli obliged and very obedient Hilliier JAMES iSoV I Mr Oauiclls Committee meets daily at the Head in the from eleven till four THE rROIKlETORS OF EAST INDIA AND 1 N Liiiicquence of the Resolutions of thp Pro 1 of East India yesterday at i it of Lunden I embrace lite earliest nfileelariuj my positive determination of going to liallit on the loth of May and 1 nij assurances fo that if successful in it will be my study to piovc myself worthy of i honourable which I ain anxious to obtain means of infirJiiet 1 havttlic liouotir to with Treat Ladies and Your most devoted JOHN April NEXT THt No and BISH reminds his thut the nex Lottery finishes on Tickets and Shares arr now at the above and the Wheel contain Prizes of SIII JAMES BRANSCOIM15 and with inexpressible inform the tlm Four of the Capitals drawu on the Second Day were sold by them in Fortysix at their truly fortunate and Strain where the fortunate holder of each respective Share may receive the amount on Tickets and Shares aixnun si warranted will be tbe NEXT DAY of The contains Prizes of i OF EAST INDIA STOCK AND the now declared resignation of M I enabled to fulfil the intention I to yiui on thr Ifjth of oiicring myself for your Direction on the first vacancy but 1 i I the shortness of the time appointed for the i will preclude my doing personally to every Pro T lu inij resided 18 veare in since my Wi lullrested myself in tbe aflairs of the I 1 i uiifiileiiie in my abilify to discharge the important uf a nireetof of its concerns to should I by your I beg to nsure yon of my cilion to your as the beit proof nf uiy f lor so rrtarU of your 1 have the hononi to with the jfrcatcst Ladies nnd Your faithful and1 obedient humble JOHN 22d i advantage to their nc of their That the preeminent T n numerous and respectable Meeting L f PROPRIETORS of INDIA held at the City of London Bbhepsgate P Esq in the Chair were unanimously agreed lo That John lale a Member of iMcil at Fort baring served the East during a period of 33 and in the with ijreat honour to liim s peculiarly quali abilitiiF of and his acknowledged experience in the Politi caU and Commercial departments of the Com in cannot fail of being eminently and paiticnlarly at this important iu the uf thenaffairs at and that it be sub consideration of the the expe ai a a Gentleman who ninluyed so nvmy years in tbe advancement of and whose conduct has received the IUIOTBI tpproliation of their Governments in and of l Court of as recorded in the testimonials tolhe Propiietors hy That as Chamier is totally unconnected of business which can either divert his at fiorn the Companys or influence his con liit management of he possesses greater f artin independently and disinterestedly than ulo arc not similarly ommittee Lanug exumined the result of Mr That it is now incumbent on him to proceed MA M J K WO Two respexta ble to superintend the management of the AVorkhouse of PaiisIT of Theywill both be requireil to reside inand confine them selves exclusively tu the management and cure of the The Master will liove particularly to attend to the carried on in the manufactories esta Ulished in the The Mistress will have particularly to attend to the cutting out and making np the articles of womans wearing There will be no objection to receive a man and his wife into this if they shallhe without and appear eligible for Recommendations as to the characters of the parties to be delivered iu writirgjto thu who wilf nssemble at the Vestryroomof the nid on thcuddayoT May at six the afternoon and uoue ill be received that are not so TUu parties applying are to be prepared to jiVe two sufficient securities to the Trustees for their if Dy order of April JOHN BRITISH HOUSE OF APRIL The Local Militra the Navy Compassionate List anil several Inclosurc and Road were presented from tbe and read the first Lord AUCKLAND gave notice of his intention next Tues day to propose a Bill for the mine effectually preventing Acts of and Cue House was accordingly summon ed for that Lord SELKIRK intimated his intention to move forcer tain Papos relative to America to be laid on their Lord ships The Earl of gave that should the business already appointed for Friday next ad mit of he should then move for an Inquiry into the mode iu which the Regency iu Portugal had been consti That the Thanks of this Meeting be jiTcn to far his zealous and able conduct in the usrs Committee meet from ton till five j at the City of London uhcre favourable concmmicatitfus will tie HOUSE OF A Message from the Lords the Home that their Lordships had oijrerj to several private The House went iuto Cuimnittecs on the Bastardy Bill and the British ShipRegistry aad the Reports were orderedto be received on Thursday The second reading of the Woollen Manufacture Bill was postponed to Tuesday Tbe report of the Committee of Supply was brought and the several items ajjreed In couscquenco of a question from relative to the present otate of Lord CASTLE REAGn declared that Colony to be iu a state iu the highest degree On the Motion of a Bill for tije better security of Balances iu the Hands of the Receiver Of the Public Money iu Ireland was read tirst time and or dered to be EDEV postponed hit Motion relative to Papers which passed between Frere and Sir John Moore until The SECRETARY AT WAR presented the Papers for merly moved relative to John to be Tke House went into a Committee on the Martinique Import and the Report ordered to be received CHARGE AGAINST LORD LORD ARCHIBALD in rising to call the attention of the House to the subject on which I have yiven no I apprehend it will be unnecessary to pre face my observations by any matter irrelevant to the immediate topic for Ibef licve the regular course forme to aduptwill be solely towards his public official am the conduct lie Ints evinced in the execution o his public in the course of the de it becomes lily duty to make the of complaint against his 1 should be unfortunately kd into too great a warmth of ex or too pointed tin animadversion on his L trust I be as willing to retrac any unjust conclusion I muy draw as any Ho nourable Gentleman can It may be necessaij to with regard to the motives which in duced me to bring forward this that J have been urged the sauie principles hich within the recollection of the House marked my conduct LJuive at id times strenuously exerted myself in the execu tion of my Parliamentary and on all occasions where delinquency has been dis followed it up to the fullest extent of my Had I not acted in that man I should conceive I was not acting con sistently with my consulting interests of my I have inviniab adhered to that respect which was due to tlu House of and to those it be characier to I help culling the attention of the House to the absolute necessity liiLie for a adherence to impar tial If the confidence of the people to be it must Ire by a strict regard to their as well as a due attention to the support of our own These characters are to L supported alone by a firm attachment to honour and With regard to the subject I have tlie honour of it is not my intention to proceed beyond what is con tained iu the evidence on the table of the nor do I intend to make any charge beyond what the testimony of the Noble Lord I to call for a vote of censure on his Lordships It may be necessarVi to make a few observations en tlie urgency of the and the extreme delinquency of the person who is and in my is a culprit of the I do not apprehend tiiat I shall hear there are any symptoms of conspiracy on this oc I trust the House will shew no dis by such insinuationsr to disgrace The nature of the transactions which form the basis of tlie present appears by the evidence to have commenced in tue year The Noble JLovd received a letter From a of rire forming his LorSship that he had lliumeanS of procuring a siat in his Lordship having at that time racuted his on bis ac ceptance of the seals for the Colonial Depart His informed Reding that he did notwant a seat in Parliament for but that a friend of his His Lordship then enclosed the letter to Lord Clan and never saw Reding His Lordship was then asked if he had any con versation with Lord as connected with this transaction of iri which a writership was offered to Lord Ctancartys nomi nation to which he that some time after he had enclosed Redings letter to Lord Lord Clancarty told him that he had u negociation with with a view to procure a aeat in which lie said had iailed inasmuch as the proposition he had made to which wa of a pecu niary had been declined by the Committee gives ample ground it sufficienton tiiat will be made for the support of the Iaw0 i abcut to be introduced for the suppression oi the infamous traffic in when it is seen that two public functionaries and a Peer of the other House hold up so infamous example to tiie public The ISoble Lord was a servant to the and such he bound to up hold the Government of the and sup perl the reputatioa of himself and his fellow Ministers but instead of being guided by such conscientious he was guilty himself of the most rlayrant As President of the Board of which filiation he hed at the tune the uegoviation was on the dutks of which otlke were to inspect every occurrence that was apparently and to correct the evils that might fall under his he was juilty of an infrac tion of that which reflected indelible dis grace on his It is stated in that the Noble Lord had certain parroinigf at his I do not wish at present to call the it teution of the Houce to that subject but I am certainly at a loss to on what foundation his Lordship became as President of the Board of to any patrormge I think such an indulgence is anil in itself corrupt for if I mistake there is a clause ii the Statute appointing that which prohibits the grant of any patronage to the If tiie Noble has usurped 01pro fited by the disposal of that without proper his conduct of course be comes still more In disposing of that he should at have avoided infraction upon the strict and established laid down for the guidance of other I apprehend the Noble Lord could have no patent ior an exclusive departure from those When the Noble Lord was spoken to by Lord Clancarty on the subject of the could not be ignorant of the regulations adopted respecting the disposition of nor could he with justice reconcile to his own mind the infringement of those wise arrange ments more especially when he considered the declaration necessary to be signed oa signing a writers which is lo the following effect recommend this and do most so lehmly declare that I have given this nomination and that I have neither received ior has any other to the best of my know ledge or nor is to any aecuniary nor any thing convert iblem any mode into a pecuniary on this conduct of the Noble in opposition to this plain and comprehensible de was not alone a flagrant departure Vom his own but excite the indig nation of the I cannot conceive Lord Clancarty has deceived the Noble Lord and if le lias not deceived his Lordship lave naturally for he had full reason to bdieve that this patronage was about to be converted into FKretttffrf 1y his J i T L ciLarly and did nor tould not I in the course uf a recent that the Ilisjht U tiie Cliantcllor of the in consevjaeiice of an uf in a public to iiMj tiiouglit pioper veruseuicut appcarm a sum of and to take every step hi his to entrap the party who held themselves out as the public agents of so obnoxious a truiiu Hud that so admirably been ap plied to thenegociation of Xoble the LlianceJor of would oe some what surprised to have in the It was only to Le ngivued u was not ap plied a little in all the Right Honourable would found ins two colleagues incut active in the tion of those abuses which iie vrris so a paa ly to gUirini delitiqiicncy b The evulence ioubt can of the v Such ihiuant and and no Noble defence ne ran bet if lam at a loss to It may a extraordinary thtintroduction of these charges should have1 dsvolvfd whtn the Cliairman of the before examinations did think proper to brin I can not conceive us any cltcisioii of On tlie evidence id on the 1 perused anil a scne ut that I du icund to be tuided by my public and a regard for my ou uiy nnnd the of urging an inquiry abases of so enormous i The TNoble Lord may in tttication of his conduct plead the ruption of and assert no more than otlieis have done before answer to i have tn if a sii In censure to that I now to be on ircssed strong marks I am happy o see the Noble Lords feelings are indignant at uch an insinuation but I must confess suchafeel ngwoulAbetter become were the tacts stated n the evidence less When I ee patronage of in such a I hink the Noble Lord was himself as culpable as who was also a Member of the ioard of It that they had both consulted Mri Reding that both had ne consequently they were both charge able with gross It is my duty to make out a and distinct case and in rder to do I must have recourse to terms vhich perhaps be irksome to the feelings f the I must now call the atten tion of the House to the feature of dissatisfac ion expressed by th Noblee still more isgusting than any thing yet I al ude to an affectation of disdain on the subject f the last observation expressed in the exanii who was supposed to have the influence toi nation of a in which the Noble Lord procure the seat in It expressed that every thing relative to from this that his Lordship Hhe writership should be explained by had every intention of carrying on the U1 order that the party who had made use of his his had been passe on those who pre ceded him in a tor the vestigation would not have evicted in of seats in tin House they have arisen paliy lioin the sluggLnness of the Hoe i H The question for the consideration of the is whether the Noble Loru or has not done that which dest rves the cen sure of the The evidence Hous ness is the best criterion of the lore the or the contil aud to that the crime e admitted m a com although lie asserted he never saw Reding after the first which would appear to be a mere subterfuge froni the validity of the charge of The seat in how was not to be procured for money as it afterwards would for tlie nomination to a The foitewing question and an swer of would elucidate this What passed between your Lordship and Lord Clancarty in consequence of the refusal to ciate the in Parliament To which his Lordship He had been induced to place a writership at Lord Clancartys that Lord Clancartys coming1 into Parliament might thereby be If 1 were to submit that single sentence to the and movea Resolution expressive of their disapprobation I am convinced the House would at once concur with the strict justice of such a The acquiescence of the Noble Lord iu the proposition of olDtaiii ng the writership was not to be qualified on the mere evidence on the table case was directly In the examination of the Earl of it appeared that Eieding had particularly that the seat ii Parliament was not to be procured for a pecuniary but for an appoint ment to a writership and on the follow ng question being put to his Did Lord Castlereagh offer you this appoint ment of a writership for the purpose of facili tating your being returned to if that could be obtained by these means He Certainly it being always that the party was of sufficient respectability to be eligible for the From thia circum stance it there was not alone the Voble Lords concerned in this negotiation or the seat in bat there is a third of sttjl higher to a Peer of the realm the Marquis there can the Chancellor of the Exchequer ex Lordships name should be detected and exhort ing in a to lend his aid to dis cover the party who would he daring enough to make so improper a use of his in order to their being exposed and all this took place after the former negociation had and was broken The Noble Lord affects to be and threatens to expose the person who used his for what purpose For no other purpose than to hide his own and to prevent himself from being No lie would rather expose licdiny and than It was somewhat that this dread all took place after the Noble Lord had those corrupt and began to con duct so gross would meet the public If the Noble Lords name has been coupled improperly with the names of Reding and Davis in trre it is to be hoped his Lordship will be able to make such as will be satisfactory to the I con if the Noble Lords name had been improperly he would have com menced a prosecution against the persons who dared to slander his character It is that such a prosecution was not commenced as if it and the person was hewould have been punished un and for a crime of which he was not and to the disgrace of the Noble some few years would establish the truth of the whrch as far as the evidence is con clnsivn To suffer so palpably proved as that of the to pass tvonld be a mocking of If a Noble Lord at the time of his the office of Secietajry of in conjunction with another Noble Lord and a Peer of the are mcontrovertiblv proved by the evidence is the House will do that which will for ever close their doors against the introduction of other of I shall refer the House as the btt foundation for their It is pobable the Noble in the course of that must be a fertile may urge the circumstance oi the negociation being broken off before its and that he is then1oie innocent of the actual committal of Such a defence would not iiion Court of and would be as unwor thy tlie Noble Lord HS it would be liiiworliiy tiie of tne which is the tain of all As I now ii chavged my duty a dutv imposed on me by a the regard to the ap of Writers and nitude ofthc subject it 1 beg ley vo to move that the evidence of LorJ Castle Lord and examined before Committee appointed toinquire the existence of any corrupt in poiiitmeut and nonunation Cadets in the servue of ttia East India be for the of thereon a Motion relative to the conduct of Caitlereagh in that LORD CASTLEREAGI and was on the point of addressing he when a question arose us to tlie order of The SPEAKER There i point more undoubted than the course which has for at least a upon subjects of ti is kind before this which that when a charge is brought against any Member by documents upon which that charge is founded are laid before the Then tlie so if is immediately heard iii his The course then for the Mem ber who stands charged to while whoje matter is to be Then thu Member who exhibits the charge is to bring it forward in and propose such a Motion as he has to oiier to the Lord BREACH here Order Order in the said seccral Members Order at the Bar said the Spcnkcr The Noble Lord commenced his Address Be fore I trouble the House with what I have te say on thia I trust I shall be permitted to express my regret that any act uf or that any intention of should occupy tile attention House tins in si the or the impropriety of any pro infj iu tyhieh 1 have been 1 am noindividual can feel more deeply than I cau the House expect thut utrjexei importance to the public A ciiie the atteunoji of the House is now before have and now the necessity of sup porting the of this and none can be more ready than I am to with re ference to the complaint which the Noble Lord has made to the that peculiar degree of responsibility whieb attaches to those w ho have the honour to possess the confidence oi Ma jesty for it is essential possess u con siderable share of if huve committed an error tn thecourse of of my official I am anxious the Houseshould be impressed with this that it has not arisen from any improper motive on my part for lean assure the House that I feel so that that I shall in any whii I give of my say one word bv which I can appear to lead any sanction to any which I think injurious to the intettsts of the Having said I o not complain the course which the Noble Lord has although I do not feel any excess of kiudiicsa in the conduct which the Noble shewn to wards me in this proceeding for rules of Parliamentary practice would not enable hiai to depart from the mode which he which so laid clown before 1 had the honour of addressing That course io take a general view of the transaction to ;

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