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Their Lordships, or any Five of them, to meet to

Upon reading the Petition of the Right Honourable Econur.

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George Earl of Coventry, the eldest Son and Heir of the Right Honourable George William late Earl of Coventry, for himself, and for John &o. Thomas HenryCoventry, and William James Coventry, his Infants Sons; praying Leave to bring in a Bill for the Purposes in the said Petition mentioned : It is ORDERED, That the Confideration of the said Petition be and is hereby referred to Mr. Baron Thomson and Mr. Justice Le Blanc, who are forthwith to summon all Parties concerned in the Bill, and after hearing them, are to report to the House the State of the Case, with with their Opinion thereupon under their Hands; and whether all Parties, who may be concerned in the Consequences of the Bill, have signed the Petition; and also, that the Judges, having perused the Bill, do sign the same.

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Petition reerred to Judges.

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* PRAYERS, - . .
The House being moved, “That Henry Canning of

Upon reading the Petition of Herman Silleh, praying Sillem for

Naturaliz

Canning to Leave to bring in a Bill for his Naturaliation : ation Bill:

jo. “Old Broad Street, in the Parish of St. Peter Le Poor, It is ORDERED, That Leave be given to bring in a

... Ma- “ London, Merchant, may be permitted to enter into a Bill, according to the Prayer of the said Petition.

grane's * Recognizance for Christopher Magrane, on account of * *

Appeal. ** his Appeal depending in this House, he residing in Ire- Accordingly, The Lord Walsingham presented to the Billpresented. land: House, a Bill, intituled, “An Aćt for naturalizing

It is ORDERED, That the said Henry Canning may enter Herman Sillem.” - 3.

into a Recognizance for the said Appellant, as defired. The said Bill was read the First Time --

Grautoff for

Upon reading the Petition of Frederick Charles
Grautoff, praying Leave to bring in a Bill for his Natu-
ralization : * - - -

It is ORDERED, That Leave be given to bring in a
Bill, according to the Prayer of the said Petition.

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The Earl of Liverpool (by His Majesty's Command) laid before the House,
the Expedition to the Scheldt; together with Lists thereof, (videlicet)

“Additional Papers relative to

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to, delivered: E. TNo. From whom. To whom. - Date. Enclosure., “ 1. Viscount Castlereagh - - Commander in Chief - - 8th May 1809. 2. Commander in Chief - - Lord Castlereagh - - 1 oth - - - I 3. Lord Castlereagh - - Commander in Chief - - 20th A. Commander in Chief - - Lord Castlereagh. - - 21st - - - - I 5. Lord Castlereagh - - Commander in Chief - - 22d 6. Ditto - - - Ditto - - - 29th 7. Commander in Chief - - - Lord Castlereagh - - 3d June - - 5 8. Lord Castlereagh - - Commander in Chief - - 18th 9. Commander in Chief - - Lord Castlereagh - - 22d - - - 4 Io. Lord Castlereagh - - Commander in Chief - - , 27th I 1. Commander in Chief - - Lord Castlereagh - - 7th July 12. Ditto - - - Lord Chatham :- - - - - - - - I I 3- Ditto - - - Ditto - - - 1 oth 14. Ditto - - - Ditto: , - -- - 13th a 15. Lord Castlereagh - - Commander in Chief - - 15th 16. Commander in Chief - - Lord Castlereagh - - 19th ** - - - “ 1. Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - F. Moore Esq. - " - " - 23d May 1809. -* 2. F. Moore Esq. - - - Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - 25th - - - 2 3. Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - F. Moore Esq. - - - 21st June 4- Ditto - - - Ditto - - - 24th 5. F. Moore Esq. - - - Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - 12th July - - 2 6. Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - Honourable F. Robinson - - 12th 7. Honourable F. Robinson - - Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - 12th 8. F. Moore Esq. - - - Ditto - - - 18th - - , I 9. Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - F. Moore Esq. - - - 18th I Oe Ditto - - - Honourable F. Robinson - - I 8th * 11. Honourable F. Robinson - - Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - 18th 12. Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - F. Moore Esq. - - - 18th 13. F. Moore Esq. - - - Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - 25th - - - 2 . I 4- I)itto - - - Ditto - - - 28th - - - l 15. Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - F. Moore Esq. - * - 29th 16. F. Moore Esq. - - - Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - 2d August - - 2 17. Ditto - * * * Ditto - - - 5th - - - 2 18. Ditto - * - Ditto - - - , 7th - - - 1 19. Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - F. Moore Esq. - - - 7th 20. F. Moore Esq. - - - Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - 8th - - - I 21. Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - F. Moore Esq. - - - 12th - - - 2. 22. Ditto - - - Honourable F. Robinson - - 13th 23. F. Moore Esq. - - - Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - 22d - - - I 24- Ditto". - - - Ditto - - - 23d 25. Iieut. Colonel Gordon - - F. Moore Esq. - - - 25th 26. Viscount Castlereagh - - Commander in Chief - - 2d September 27, Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - F. Moore Esq. - - - 3d 28 F. Moore Esq. - - - Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - 4th - - * * 3 29. Commander in Chief - - Viscount Castlereagh - . . .- . , 5th 3o. Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - Honourable F. Robinson - - 5th 31. Lieut. Colonel Gordon - - Honourable F. Robinson - - 5th . . 32. Ditto, - - - - F. Moore Esq: " : " - - 5th 33- Ditto - - - Honourable F. Robinson - ... - ... 5th. - * * * * * * * * 34- Ditto. * - - F. Moore Esq. - - - 6th * (2 : o,

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Ditto Ditto Lieut. General Sir Eyre Ditto F. Moore Esq. Ditto Ditto Lieut. Colonel Torrens Ditto Ditto Ditto

98. 99. IOO. for. I O2. 103. 104. ios. 1 OO. 107. lo&. Io9. i I d. I I I. II 2. 1 I-3.

J. W. Croker
F. Moore Esq. -

Ditto -
Ditto -
Lieut. Colonel Torrens
Ditto -
Ditto -
Ditto -

F. Moore Esq.

E. Cooke Esq.

Lieut. Colonel Torrens
Ditto •

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Supplement

No. From whom, To whom. Date. Enclosure.
114. F. Moore Esq. - - - Lieut. Colonel Torrens : - 24th Oétober 1809 - 2
115. Lieut. Colonel Torrens - - Commissioners of Barracks - 26th -
116. Commissioners of Barracks - Lieut. Colonel Torrens - 30th
117. F. Moore Esq. - - - Ditto •; * * 3oth -, “ . . - 2
118. Lieut. Colonel Torrens - - Lieut. General Don - - 31st
I IQ. Ditto - - - Ditto - - - 30th Oāober
120. F. Moore Esq. - - - Lieut. Colonel Torrent - - 3d November
I-2 I. Ditto - - - J. W. Moore Esq. - - - 3d
1 22. Ditto - - - F. Moore Esq. - - - 3d
I 23- Ditto - - - Ditto - - - 4th o
124. Lieut. Colonel Torrens - - Lieut. General Don - - 4th . .
125. Lieut. General Don - - Lieut. Colonel Torrens - - 7th
126. James Rainbow Esq. - - Ditto - - - - 8th
127. Lieut. Colonel Torrens - - F. Moore - - - - Ioth w
128. Ditto - - - - Lieut. General Don - - 25th.’

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“An Account of the total Real Value of Exports
from England to all Parts of America and the West
Indies; #ohijñ Produce and Manufac-
tures from Foreign and Colonial Merchandize; and
distinguishing the United States from other Parts of
America; in the Four Quarters ending 10th October
“ 1806, 1807, 1808, and 1809.”

Also, “An Account of the Official Value of British
“Produce and Manufactures, and of Foreign and Co-
“lonial Merchandize, exported from Great Britain, in
“ the Three Quarters ending oth October 1807, 1868,
and 1809 respectively; distinguishing the principal
Articles exported.” -
Also, “An Account of the Real Value of the prin-
cipal Articles of the Produce of the United States of
America, imported into England, in the Years ending
10th Oétober 1807, 1808, and 1809, respectively,
compared with Articles of the same Nature, being
the Growth or Production of other Parts of the
World, imported during the same Period.”
And also, “An Account of the Official Value of
Imports into Great Britain, (exclusive of Eas: .
India Goods,) in the Three Quarters ending 10th
Oćtober 1807, 1808, and 1809 respectively; distin-
guishing the principal Articles imported.”
And the Titles thereof, being read by the Clerk;
ORDERED, That the said Accounts do lie on the
Table.

ORDERED, That the said Accounts be printed.

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And the same being again read by the Clerk;

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The Lord Mulgrave (by His Majesty's Command) laid before the House, “ Copy of a Letter from the “ Honourable W. W. Pole, dated 4th june 1809, ad“ dressed to Admiral. Lord Gambier, in reply to his “ Lordship's Request of the 30th May, that a Court “ Martial might be ordered to enquire into his Conduct.”

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Refolved, Nemine Dissentiente, That the Thanks of
this House, be given to Admiral Lord Gambier, for the
Zeal, Judgment, Ability, and anxious Attention to the
Welfare of His Majesty's Service, which marked his
Lordship's Condućt as Commander in Chief of the Fleet
in Basque Roads, by which the French Fleet, which had
taken Refuge under the Protection of their own Batteries,
were driven on Shore and disabled, and a considerable
Part of them destroyed, on the 11th and 12th of April
1809. . .

ORDERed, That the Lord Chancellor do give his
Lordship the same, when he is in his Place, in this
House. ' . . . .

Resolved, Nemine Dissentiente, That the Thanks of this House be given to Rear-Admiral the Honourable Robert Stopford, Captain Sir Harry Neale Baronet, Captain of the Fleet, and to the several Captains and 6 Officers

Letter from
W. Pole to
Ld. Gambier
delivered.

Thanks to Ld Gambier and others.

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