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Courier (Newspaper) - November 28, 1809, London, Middlesex ' af> OTsrl?? TiH�?qs .-'srfas^i* ii - .j&j-dircqS .; AJn-y^ir.s'iiuok ai:dliiJimaC'�ok , MaotSj^arf! FkiiSili^HOiKt John Li>ien aodotlieri' ,,.>feadiist8, tbe;CredH0 tORTK, by .kison, with a Packing Ca.'ie Iped wiili tin, nia-Je i�j>.� ad ^out a^ninntivstrxe, luis been very liule ptnycd on. yai4touc)'eXceUent�.^nd slavdsreninrkatily osid--ru}ileimpjtive>iirni, and pnrticuiarlv de-ilrtKion, die pec;Uiar lituatiou iiud adva:ita{;ei> being 5arir mrely to he met with,.aiidcalculated to insure n tc' iiuie]ieudei:ce tcv'ady person capable of taking the tiberlp.-irticulnrsnia^bc knpwp, by nppUcat f6t.\lr. W'lu; Pyii�6re,43," Craven-sliei-r, Slraiid ; of loD,at the. tuj. VT lu. L^\uilHirCf 1.9, v>luvrii-3kieL-i, Straild i of foBrtc and^^dme^, j�f Ubugbtj-iilrL-el; LliEIi�Ba^G�.-iitrllJe New Ikllobn^ No. 25, tOxford-slreelT*a�e:jnst-received the-fuUowing articles, "'^ *>r-Wady iniiripji jwili be sold uuroninonlv cheap, 2 dtizespf-fi^antifiil-Table Cloths and ^'upkiiis, 4.^ ;  . �----,. Bi siierttegBi 600 ViPcei sf Irishtuii'iiii very tce^SO pjeceii iltacknbacli.-.India Coods ' AHhu long Clqih Sheets 16 'dozen flne _^^0 aSaHn-fhimVsiiae Cloilhs^^ind TowetS. slx'Aitz. U^^�Maif^\h^T44^t^^f>^mvieti6rJM^>no^and Mall " ~* "pare Snaw.Is, llSaaffiiti-at )tAt!f Office, or by appl^�gt� the Collector o/t4e |Cuia^ ^�(tiMea, - JVo Regard ttili te had io any Tender in iehteh the price ihall HOtie inteHtd in aordi at I'.ng (A, or thitt ^ail not 6* dMtier ed to. the J}oord,ll>efore One o'Oofk on the said Tues-�la^f the l9th pf Uecetaber next, for unlest the Jferson who mnkci Iht Tt-nacr, or^some I'erson on hit behalf, atttndt, to i!i faer nhcn'ciitled for. i . OiFlCK or OUDNANCIi, Nov. 13.181)9. '^11^^%Prindpat Officers, of Hu Majesty's OrtU *-Ab. \nd*ce do hereJiygive notice, that .J'ropvsals tcill bo re ceifMiI: at iheir Office,' in Palt MaH, on or before tiloo : da>, (he ith day of December nea-t, fntm itich t'trsons at m'ay'bt desirous of underlqking the Supply of the Quantities anil Vesc. iption of Timber undermtnliontdy'for Seroic^'of the Royal Carriage Bra Immt at tVooltrieh, teherc the De-^ liveries are to be madr-s viz. 14UDiLoads of Hewed Elm Timber. 2.0 Loads of Si t liich Ebii IMauk, W.) Lti T befuri' the SUth Scptorobrr follyniKg- Of Ike heikcd Kim Timber, Ij.)* Leads miist be supplied by the said3(Jih June, and the Remainder uu or before (he said SOlh of September following. ' N Loadio 'l>nder for le�5 ihan tbe foI> owing Quantidea i' either con be noticed, viz. Jix;0 M\i J rilfes. 5000 Oak .Spokes. 50 Elm Stock's. 10, 12 Prs. Lt. Oak IJloeks. 10, 6 Pr�.ny. dilt... 5, 3 Prf. lly. dilt... FurllieriiiarCiraliirii, together .with the terms and cohdi-tioiis.'f )b�! Comrurt, may be known upoo application at the Secrelary^tOflice; in I'alf-Mall afrfresuiiJ, any day between the jinurs o.'. ten and four �*c' ' ~ clock; vvlierii'tbe Prfipiisals miutj be delivered, ituied ^u, and endorsed " j'ropnsals for EngUsh Timber {" but no Proposal can-be admitted after the said 4th day of December, ot Twelve o'clock at noon -'of tbe same day ; neither wiil any 'Eende* beaoti^, uniess the Party ..^akjug it, or an Agent in his behalf, shall By order of tke Hoard, - R. H. CHUW. Se^d. CdNTjfe'ACfS r^tt^CLOTHING, ACCbOTREr / . eoftts, 'DL� BAGS; abiTlL^iJICETSl^^^^ o/ tju.variims 'AtOcUt,wUK the Terms aad Condilioafof the , jppntrictttJBtiJt'^ifigicet Acte�:n thAkoufsOf BUvffn^md Five: qndftdeHBer' �� ' '- ^ the c^'-^ - ' Cfetb .bvi ,____^ t;^a.>L^taeieB; tfntJhitSe bc^orstf-inuch cdm-^^.^^^^^^^^^^^tSfH^m^'^ iStat^ .. wbicb is oorOt't samejjrincTpJe,-, and, w ill be drawa iOiieaJiy,l4tb*r�i�(%"�eat; ^.t - . .. Ofi^jmiivaasiks^^imMT ^l^ts'oreacb NuidtierV k ConiMllviiMt^^tXe' MaiisW-' ieiday; t HeihTwelee .h'Cloelt on that noticed utUessj^ade. on.ur.afi-. - , aad'jhe Pricii inserted in pftdsatVekgth^^MJ^unbuaLttlerbe'sHiJJihedeosi^hPri-' tosat, ^e'aflkyJfo^Rewnsafiknoiie^^npvli, eHgaei4,g. to : btrain^ bound Kith Ih* Patty leadeHng^i-iHtha Hum escpressed >  *ffA* Parlitulars.Jor thi diUperfim�nceofihe ConUaci.- An, ^ �?iMwrf each litif^nbbil __ lAC'l " - W,hyJilUt�^�i^nto�il.of.i ertSraiftnt.f atMr. -Woj; Mt LonDj-^Ihad written to your Lordship itn-mediaitely after:the: publication of your Lordship's statement: biitt delayed sendii^ my letter, in the hope of being:' ai)le previously to submit it to the perusal of the Duke.of Poii.ti.m*i>. In this hope I have been disappc^nted by that filtal 'eyent,' *hi�:h Jias deprised this country of one of it's^mostaprfght and disinterested patriot^; f theiKisro, i^f one of his ntostijfatthfolj devoetd, dtid affectionate subjettff; and thfe irorid one of the niostiblameiessand^most noble-minded of men. Thus situated, 1 h .  rh.ave1hie honour to be, " ' My Lord,' your Lords7iip*^5 " -  ' '-Ml^ed �.vquesl,ioa'On--WbIoll I'^had befdrie^'beeb trngyra5{to:the.> hecje^sil^ o�"aa:suiflient(c "de-' t.^;bf thtilrarisaetitm^^D^fairas I ani bo^roecLrin '^Ukii ij on pjf, .aQ^uatnted with them) to which, that Stat anehtt^isi ' ^'>^1Pbi^a^';jfttr^6se, I.tljiiik.a din&t iddi'esS >l4�rgship and for WKjag&'4nHC'Ae#8pa||d-f and I ^stiactly deny th'at I myselfj had any knowi ledgeidf this pubtlcatimlr ' ' ' * Bui,' by wlMit irieans it matters.not, ^ Letter -is before the M^orld : and though- the conrs* .originally choSen by Ix>Td CASTtETBiGH predudi ed'me from offering any explanation to hini;*-^' the coarse which h^ since he^n- adopted on his behalf (fliougb undoubtedly wlth(iat'h|s pi^l;'^ ^ vity)^ might perhaps have been 'considered, as* ' rendering such an explanationi dT� tv'mjs^i^': ' It is, however, onlysinde yoar Lordsinp^s pub;: licattpo that I have felt it it to be indispen^^ ne^' cessaryj r " � The statemeat o� iby behalf. Which &is al^ fonn(^ its wdf (Witk>tt^iny consent auM'^^nn >^ WfeMi^^SS of �telii;aicy a:nd re^tra^ a* Co^ ^ particnlars: of (let traaaactionvbiieb^i haixiAhUt'.]- . chanuiter of - tbe- traBSaction itself^ ~ ratist a 1 waff �^, out losing sight of those considetat!on8.'efr.^otjr,, and propriety, by which the use ^�;sucb a^,l^ . r ' dulgence must necessarily-be reguUted. ai}A. , thought myself entitled to enforce." r " That, after and uotwitlwtandiHg ^his,..vir-' � tual supersession of LbrdjCvsTi-EftKAOH iri Ijis of* ; fice, I allowed him to originate and conduct the, Expedition to the Scheldt;." . .' " And that, during thiswhole period, I knew - , that the agitation, and tlie decision, of. the (Jue.sfiqrt for fei;-removal, wereconcealed from him J aiidwas party to this concealment." Lord CASTLEREAGHimlctd admits, That he has no right, as a public man, to.resent my dcmandiirg upuiv public grouijds, ills removal from his oificf, or even from the Administration, a.s a condition of my continuing a Member of the Ciovernment." But he eontends, fhata prpposition "justifiable in itself," ought not to have.beeh " executed in afl nnjostifiable manner and fife ttSfcerafr.^i^ijiwtft^^^^^^^ sible for the manner in w hich the " Head'of ^e"*.. Administration," and some Meipbers of the Goi venjjne'ntj �' supposed to be his ^Lord CAstrE-heagh's) friends," executed the proposifion .whffch be attribntts to me.' . He is ready to acknowledge, indeed," "that I pressed for a disclosure, at the same'time that I pressed for a decision; and tliat the disclosure %vas- resisted by the Duke of PoKt-� j.Xso and his (Lord CAsTLEREAsk's) supposed- ' ' friends-" But in this circumstance, Lord CA'sT-j^Ei^EActf; � professes not to see any justilitatloh'of wiatltei,  .coucci'ves. to have been my conduct towards .hua.:}. --hlecause, by acquiescing in tlje aSvice -or- intreai*'   tieslof tis " siipposcd friends," f adinitteil Wait; aiithorSty'' oh their. part^ '''I whitrh "I-must .hav6,; kndWntheni not to possess --hiscause, by *' presi*; .i I tog for dis.closiire," 1 "shewed" my. -Qwn Beasfc-.d^v :f y the unfairness"'of *bnce^|nieHt-'-~*nrfbeciaiuse, , . tfith that sense, I ". pught,>'-(as' he jc fSiBek is' u^a%!, ft^tudievej considered da .'fin|aii.i..'i"',iq'j' r..f.'0- 'i' ' ��  ^scB�siffns;of?theia�sesitfrdist|^nte- ij^^&xiit^niaa. frKOw^J-tliei^exi^ffitfappgal W th iiiofd) G]teTtEB�a�a' Veiovt^ V'>aifdr. JvfiiA^fi ki^ifmi�iA9 fpssUsijitioil, ^A Loxa^hip' 6ad ^e>. a. 4�;,*eat>i* to.'ttati a|)p^ iajtliW^fetJau J iMMd haye.^tfougbnr. tlttt mdi, & dKbite^^ '4 Uff^i^itmi�\i^ij^ jffi^iiP^ 4did|i .iM^^^ rtikr.itnij'tm 'T(tg$ii^sfloii�ble'Vightf*tt,*eqgiife,J=a^ -poTAic grounds,.a dftinge 5ift:-t}K'-^4r^S�|�i;4^ T'o tent erin^, at thasame ^time, the alternative of my owit r*sigtiatibhi  ! ?>. ?.v,i!T ':TI s'r.f >\-b:-'�ir9Y , 2ply.-^What iio mattatlalL-acquaintei ?tCJ^ tQ^sQii-Mpbii tMrJj]ys9;..-pf^j^..,'f^.^j t3i^#'�efiAJian|i! a'?w^re:^te^^ 'ffr'thedidtiiey^irtny T^r^utidajAdseaM^^M^^t^^'-^ ^ ' - i�^-itti^t5'a�irfa.briiJqi^^ - Sftl t"""^ } the remainder, see last Page.) , / ^^9e&-J ;