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Courier (Newspaper) - February 4, 1809, London, Middlesex JL SATU^DAYy FEBRUARY 4, 18C9. Price 6�. To Jill! Pnetini Itiifjyenient HVtldJiSfiES of.ihe ildrooifiM ^.rti.h that r�=*Pearti frtwce.byalinea.Al, at.Ao. al mgU- di.u�sed liSUA Blpk NTS . otr'sw liu'lSfr lASDv^ai fli lusi's B(ffi9lisi^li(i4kCstub��  > - � Sswhl ThnnHhoi^ T&q.';,.........; J.Cico\t)>H. >iv...*...  . � frKTJTEJt, sviub'Uii'TioS-s Jt J.J.0TJ)'S, ' JdJ.BHI, liiq.,.v.v;;w.Hi...,.'.Iff 10 0 J.'/fnnih^- _Se Froceedit)j;iii$hc occur, should not be im> �iiutedjio. any uuM^iliingncss fully to meet tho ob. iject i/f the Noble L'jrd's nisUon. I Th'e que&tiuti was thcu put on each of Lord .'li)usK.i>�''s mqtiuus, which were agreed to. � PORTUGAL. The Earl of BUCIiLXGIIAxMSHIilE rose, not '.for the purpose of ikinginK forward the motion of jwhich he had given notice for this day, but tocx-Ipress d wiiU that he might be pcrmitictl to *ith-idraw it for the present, lit- haJ rt>cciv�d iufor-jm.iiiou from diflerent quarters, which lu; fflsred i was but too correct, that the French had re^en-j ttTi'i) au.d re.occuj)ied Portugal, tt wae or i)(�t,; for they uo" dOubt must have recrind advict-s of such ail event. It was of (he titutost 10^0 .10 . 0 t!iettev�edd i,;us(4vB& Hrttnmark.'wiftii'tcr'of the b'Ue i.aorcn, Lmidon ">�.--'- - and to. Baoholome�?^ane; Messrs. Suiilb ami H�lt,Uroad-^ireet I Mrssrs. JbM�, - Lloyd,  tuid Cw^. U�thbury ; Messrs. tjoatesand (Jo, J;'le^i*t^vet-; ftleSsrs. tVuits amlCo^Slriuid; ikssn. RaftHiai, SlUHand; sind Co. Pall.mall; uUo at Uoyd'saiidiJatSooYsUefleerhouses. ' ECOND STATE hmVERY fi>r 1808, con. imporfauccin fiis mind that IVrtugal should be-re. stjrtd to its'legitimate Government, for should ike enemy get permauenfc jwssessiou of the posts of PortogaJ, and of the fortresses of (hat country^ it would be no easy inatter to calculate the dangers that niiist arise from such possession,- both to (he iiit'.Tcsts of Spaing and to the security of those kingdom's.' Ifc should not now press tKb di9cu.. ^f��T'��.lay, be entitled t8.^Jl�tH|8ttnd-.Whote,Tickets}.uirt the ^"tldrrnvi, PxiJ(e?al^lWfti5^ WW Second pa\, will be twa These TicteU inneedepnsitdl at tbeiJault pre^n�w tn\be .Orawiog. ��|.,deli�ef�d tu^tbcfotlwialc Proprietors . iit the clcR�thct�df, - ; . ... " iVtfS" J.�tt�;re .^ast..iialdi^^n!y answered,' and ciiehi� KhU's. Ilauk, titttiti^airif Si>utU Sea ' He- shotild duly say, that oii all occasiun^^ - be should tic ready to furdish Any information in his �COM.MlTTKE OF StJPPLY.- -Mr. Wauo then moved that 13(X/)00 SeaOi-n shouhL be- voted for thu year .1809, tnctudiag 31,460 'Royal Marines, 4Vliii:h were voted accur.^ dingly. � M'fi Ward then slated, thgt the pstlmalw for tKis number of Seantt'o and Marines were precisely the sa:-ne inaiTOunt with the estimates of last year, been thought desirable to oukc some alteraions in the comparative amount wf some of the branches.' The allawju'cc for wear and tear was last yc�r taken a'S/. per mnu, whilst the provisiotf for vtctaals was estimated at 1/. Ids, only per man p-^i- m\ft�tS. The lalt-er tslimate had been found t� fiili grektly short of the actilalex. penditure^'Wh^et the-Wear and tear fett consider*. Wy belt)wCh�radlual\ estimate. The Commiltefi w ould therefore be aware of.the p.wpriei^ of eo-dcavonrihg to reduce both 4o^^ .�roou� ^hat should be'ncim^ thatrirthj^ 3Jifl'"thi8 he proptMt^ to accg|g^^b by taking a guinea, frotn t^e allow-4ace forbear dud tei�r,- and adding it tt>;4tho, aliow-a8tTe*�*^�i�uaJjL. . . ' - ' . The following .sumt-wcrciHreir �ii.ovei} -bj��MW \Va*b, *nd vot POLK' cira!d not suffer this subject to.paijs on, without expn-ssing a hope, that his Majcsty'-sMinistets inierhiiired a disposition, to regulate titc coiitse of p.*-occedtiig at O.'jc-(ors Commons. It was his opinion, that the of-fities of King's Adv� well as the'Avhole system of selecting ofTuers for Ihe �army for such olSccs, he deemed' alti^gelher im-propd if it should not be taken up by his Majesty's Miuisti-rs, in whose fiands it most prc^pfcfrly ought to b� kfr, he should feel it to be his duty to s-jbmit the matter to the itouse io the course of the Session. The sum was then votnl; afier which, on the motion of Mr. Huskissv| two sevptal-sum* of lb;'50{),DpO/,-''4nd 1,.500,000/. wi-re vuft-d to bo raised by Excliequer iJiils, 'o p.ny -alt similar sftms of Excheqiieir Bills is-uedlisst Session, and uow �)utstanding and unprovided for. The Htiuse then rcsunied^ and the Report was ordered tti be received on Monday next. Mr. DUN DAS put ofl" bis motion for reviving the Eiet India Committee i auine^ed to it iig it not to be^r^cftived but by a penon actoally iu the execution The Edulty rOebtnrs' Relief Bill was read axecond time, onthemoiipu of Sir.S UoMii.LV, and ordered to be com-mitied'on'Monday. , he feivea^atfer yl^^tni.'a gj;c.>fitf �ayi'�(l3Hl.Wfas the till AKl)-JiTATE�)T^R�U fc^nRlW Ai iIiL sain be�,bnd�-�jH�.ii���'^ Fr'ze^; ^ . ia..:,..;;'i:T;-.�ife-Ci�.'-�5W >^Wedoe�dlt3r4{vii li 'Fritey;.'^v^i|r�2i' TbURday... A^il 27 ___.'fiitrirJBV.'.. "April 29* Treasdiyjto oWk�Jia4HtBE. .resume the cohsideratiou ttf the �felalihs'to the pAobury Peerage. *''''TJi* 'JLoiiD-(/HANCEi-i.Ba informed his Royal I{ighn . ; . :  The']l>uke of Gumbeii&a^d wished the. Com. iSrtec^nright be ed,. that the; Com. t^ttfel bf FHtiIeges^^'6 sitoB-Tuesday next at two fVcioc^^"!* take the clanns of'tbe:Bajiburjr'Peer. agcfnrd ^'Bsideratioo**-*Otdetedi , ='-: Ahe former finance Com-ibiitee h^d signified, iiuy iqUiniiuaio.cull (he .tttention of the liUl."^GTOK desired to be infornr.dv by- his j7able Fri^ndi whether the greater proportion of the .men,' who bad vnluiiteered into .the line from ibe iniliiia, h-id been, ubtiiined from the old niiliiia. as the militia stood previous' to the year 1S07 { or from the new levies which had since been raiiifed i . Lord CASTLEREAGH acquainted the lion. Gentleman, that it was nut iberi iu hi* |)owfer ib*giVe him Ihe precise in-furmatiun he cilled for; but certainly tbegreater pr�j|i��i:tion,. ihouzk be cnuhi Hot (henstate-tbe precise amount nt excess, had been obtained frwm ihe'old inilitia. He saw po bbjectioa 2Spi^Sgti^?otk,�ab .tu the prtiduction'of lftepape�r if bis Rfght liOo. I'riciid �ha�ld move for tba'exact account. IVlr..U. ADUINGTON would rest�atisfiedv if hu Noble Friend should be prepared,to afijWerliis quesuun to-ihorruH. THK DUKE OF irORK. - i: Mr.WARDLE, previtfiis t& going into the.Com. initt^ of Inquiry into tlfe" onV which led to the ^^mile^S' origitul ma^ * W - agreed to: i- the whole rtottsc, appointed^ttt Inquire into th^ C0!idiii:t of his Royal lligh'nesa the Dakextf YofV^ � with the %i^k containing the ipplhrations fot;l)u:� cbue by Subaltern Officers^ within the which Cap'. Maling had bis ^hree Commissions ^  .. given to him�^' . ; . The HouSe having then resolved itself into the ' ; Committeej Mr,.,\Vu^rton in Wie Chair, ' , Mr": WHARTON observed, tfe;^  perhaps it might be for fhel confeoicuceiif theP^n*mittee, that he shpu'd state, that any Ge'nticmafi ^ifh* ^ might tijwpsjqtlesdbiis tw piit to aay of the witnes'e?, should tnc-ntioato iiim when heclbsed his exami.: . naIian,..ln.order that uo intcrniption should be exppTJencCd' from any Bther Gcatl-'mah putting questions, whicb could not otherwise be prevenl. ed by (hn Chair. . 1 . Mr. WAllDLF. begged to-"the currcfction he bad to make i of his formej- cvideneo. He had on the former night stad thaf hi: ha;! not seen Mrs. Clarke i the Hi>n. Member, there wh* some amhiauity, much'as tie words, " as 1 before stati-d" might bt^ construed to the correction of the former evidence now fijst given, tfs well as to the fo'rmer sustincnt of t)ic. '' -Hon. G'-nlteman. ^ *Mr. WARDLE dceiared^ that he meant {'./^ . words, '* as I beforesiatt-d," to aij;ily soli-ly to ihe interview Which 'Jie'^had with iVis. Cl.jrke, i'i;r a few tninuti? in her drawinaf-rQ'^rji, on Tne'ii.:/  evening, and which he had: slated m his formr ' eiamiiintion. On the sueges'ion of the CnAXCEDtoR of (he JvxciiKQUER, the questions and answers relative to Mr. Wardls's interrit-ws with Mrs. Clarke, on Tueslay, were read from the notes of the sbort-hand'WritiT, from which it aiipparvd^ that in his former esaiuinattou Mr. Watdle had fallen into an trror^ which he had in tltis inabouts. Q. Did he go there in his carriage?-A. 1 am not certain ; but I believe so. 1 think 1 did ^o .in my carriage; but I have been, so coustantly in the habit x/f going there, that 1 cannot particularly recollect; though I think it was in my carrirt^e. . � ' . Q. Can the HonoaraWe Gentleman reco'lect how I'ong he staid there ?-A. It is not possible for me to tjeU. , Q. At what hoar of the day did the Hon. Member go ?-A. Upon my word I cannot ex-, actly say. 1 think that the first time I went there on .Tuesday was early in the thorning, but cannot exactly say the hour. I went out with heriu �er carriage to the end of the Kitig's.road.. Cannot the Hon. Gentleman recollect th  tithe when be first called upon Mrs. Clarke on Tuesday - morning A. 1 think4t was about eleven or twelre ci'clock. Q. Was itthen the Hon. Gentleman called upon Mti". Clarke in his carriagei^-A. No. I think i walked. Q. How long did the Hon. Gentleman sfav, at tbetime be walked to Mrs. Clarke's ?-A. Ta the best tif'iny rdcollectiontfaere were a gfe^t nuu^bcr of workmen emploj^ed there in putting up glasses; :I.cannot therefore.exactlyr recoih-ct b<�w Jong I mi^ht have staid there, but I should think h^^ aa hour. - ' ' Q, Can't the Hon.. Gcntlcmao. recollect ?-A. I am nd^ certain, I ca^'l: remtanbcr precisely. To . the best of my recollection her carriage at the door.. - ;.-� � . ; Q. The H^n; Gentleman wtyit out in her c^r/iage idth Mrs.: Ciarke f -A. I dul, as far astlie eud of the King'siRoad.,. \ -s ";Q. DidtimiHon. Gea^Ieman call in fiis otfn car. tiage on Mr*. Cli^o irft