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F. Moore Efq.
Lieut. Colonel Gordon
Honourable F. Robinson
F. Moore Esq.
F. Moore Esq.
Lieut. Colonel Gordon

F. Moore Esq.
42.

Lieut. Colonel Gordon 43.

Honourable F. Robinson 44.

Lieut. Colonel Gordon 45.

F. Moore Esq. 46.

Ditto 47.

Ditto 48.

Lieut. Colonel Gordon 49.

F. Moore Esq. 50.

Lieut. Colonel Gordon 51.

F. Moore Efq. 52.

Ditto 53

Lieut. Colonel Gordon
54.

Ditto
Ditto

Ditto
57.

F. Moore Efq.

Lieut. Colonel Gordon
59.

Ditto
60. Viscount Caftlereagh
61. Lieut. Colonel Gordon
62. F. Moorė Esq.
63. Lieut. Colonel Gordon
64. Viscount Castlereagh
65. Lieut. Colonel Gordon
66.

Ditto
67 Commander in Chief
. 68. F. Moore Efq.
69. Lieut. Colonel Gordon
70.

Lieut. Colonel Torrens 71.

Edward Cooke Efq. 720

F. Moore Esq. 73

Lieut. Colonel Torrens 74.

Ditto 75

Lieut. Colonel Torrens

Ditto

Ditto

F. Moore Efq.
79.

Ditto
Lieut. Colonel Torrens

Ditto
82. G. Harrison Esq.
83.

Edward Cooke Esq.
84.

Lieut. Colonel Torrens
85 A. F. Moore Esq.
86 B. Lieut. Colonel Torrens
87.

Ditto

Ditto
89. F. Moore Efq.
9o. Lieut. Colonel Torrens
91.

Ditto
92.

Ditto 93.

Lieut. General Sir Eyre Coote 94.

Ditto
F. Moore Esq.

Ditto
97

Ditto

Lieut. Colonel Torrens 99.

Ditto 100.

Ditto 101.

Ditto 102.

J. W. Croker 103.

F. Moore Esq. 104.

Ditto 105.

Ditto 106. Lieut. Colonel Torrens 107.

Ditto 108.

Ditto 109.

Ditto
110. F. Moore Esq.
III.

E. Cooke Esq.
II2. Lieut. Colonel Torrens
113.

Ditto

To whom.
Lieut. Colonel Gordon
F. Moore Efq.
Lieut. Colonel Gordon
Lieut. Cotonel Gordon
Lieut. Colonel Gordon
Fi Moore Efģ.
Lieut. Colonel Gordon
Honourable F. Robinson
Lieut. Colonel Gordon
F. Moore' Era.
Lieut. Colonel Gordon

Ditto

Ditto
F. Moore Erq.
Lieut. Colonel Gordon
F: Moore Eig.
Lieut. Colonel Gordon

Ditto
Commissary for Barracks
Francis Moore Esq.

Ditto

Ditto
Lieut. Colonel Gordon
F. Moore Esq.

Ditto
Sir David Dundas
F. Moore Esq.
Lieut. Colonel Gordon
Honourable F. Robinson
Commander in Chief
F. Moore Esq.

Ditto
Sir Eyre Coote
Lieut. Colonel. Gordon
F. Moore Esq.
Sir Eyre Coote
Lieut. Colonel Torrens

Ditto
F. Moore Esq.
Honourable F. Robinson
G. Hamilton Efq.
E. Cooke Esq.
F. Moore Esq.
Lieut. Colonel Torrens

Ditto
Sir Eyre Coote
Honourable W. W. Pole
Lieut. Colonel Torrens

Ditto
E. Cooke Esq.
Lieut. Colonel Torrens
F. Moore Esq.
Şir Eyre Coote
F. Moore Erq.
Lieut. Colonel Torrens
Honourable W.W. Pole
F. Moore Esq.

Ditto
Lieut. Colonel Torrens

Ditto
Ditto
Ditto

Ditto
Lieur. General Sir Eyre Coote
F. Moore Esq.

Ditto
Lieut. General Sir Eyre Coote
Lieut. Colonel Torrens

Ditto
Ditto

Ditto
E. Cooke Esq.

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

Ditto
E. Cooke Esq.
F Moore Efq.

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Enclosure.
114
F. Mcore Esq:
Lieut. Colonel Torrens

24th October 1809
115.
Lieut. Colonel Torrens
Commissioners of Barracks

26th
116. Commissioners of Barracks

Lieut. Colonel Torrens
F. Moore Esq.
117
Ditto

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118. Lieut. Colonel Torrens

Lieut. General Don
119.
Ditto

Ditto

30th October
F. Moore Erq.
Lieut. Colonel Torrens

30 November
Ditto

J. W. Moore Erq.
Ditto

F. Moore Esq.
123
Ditto

Ditto
124
Lieut. Colonel Torrens

Lieut. General Don
125.
Lieut. General Don

Lieut. Colonel Torrens
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James Rainbow Efq.

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F. Moore

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25th.'
And the said Lists, being read by the Clerk ;

ORDERED, That the said Papers do lie on the Table. Supplement The Earl of Liverpool also (by His Majesty's Com

« recommends it to the House of Lords to concur ini to A. 26. de- mand) laid before the House,

“ enabling His Majesty to make Provision for securing to livered.

56 the said Lieutenant General Arthur Lord Viscount
< Return, shewing the Deaths which have occurred
" in the Corps employed in the Scheldt, and the Num-

Wellington, and the Two next succeeding Heirs on

" whom the Titles of Viscount Wellington of Talavera, “ bers now fick."

“ and of Wellington in the County of Somerset, and of And the Title thereof, being read by the Clerk ; “ Baron Douro of Wellesley in the said County, shall Ordered, That the said Return do lie on the

“ descend, a Net Annuity of Two thousand Pounds, in

" such Manner as shall be thought most effectual for the Table.

“ Benefit of the said Lord Viscount Wellington, and his Export and The Earl Bathurst (by His Majesty's Command) laid

“ Family."

G. R." Import Ac. before the House, counts, &c.

And the fame being again read by the Clerk; delivered. “ An Account of the total Real Value of Exports “ from England to all Parts of America and the Welt deration To-morrow; and that the Lords be summoned.

ORDERED, That the said Meffage be taken into Consi-
Indies; distinguishing. British Produce and Manufac.

tures from Foreign and Colonial Merchandize; and
distinguishing the United States from other parts of

The Lord Mulgrave (by His Majesty's Command) Letter from

laid before the House, “ Copy of a Letter from the “America; in the Four Quarters ending roth Oftober laid before the House,

Ld. Gambier 1806, 1807, 1808, and 1809."

“ Honourable W. W. Pole, dated 4th June 1809, ad- delivered. Also, “ An Account of the Official Value of British

“ dressed to - Admiral. Lord Gambier, in reply to his “ Produce and Manufactures, and of Foreign and Co

“ Lordship's Request of the 30th May, that a Court
" lonial Merchandize, exported from Great Britain, in

“ Martial might be ordered to enquire into his Conduct.''
“ the Three Quarters ending roth October 1807, 1808, And the Title thereof, being read by the Clerk ;
“ and 1809 respectively; distinguishing the principal
“ Articles exported.”

ORDERED, That the said Copy do lie on the Table.
Also, “ An Account of the Real Value of the prin.

The Order of the Day being read for the Lords to be Thanks to
cipal Articles of the Produce of the United States of
fummoned :

Ld Gambier America, imported into England, in the Years ending

and others. “ 10th October 1807, 1808, and 1809 respectively, It was moved to resolve, “ That the Thanks of this “ compared with Articles of the same Nature, being “ House be given to Admiral Lord Gambier, for the “ the Growth or Production of other parts of the Zeal, Judgment, Ability, and anxious Attention to World, imported during the same period.”

“ the Welfare of His Majesty's Service, which marked And also, “ An Account of the Official Value of “ his Lordship's Conductas Commander in Chief of

Imports into Great Britain, (exclusive of Eas“ the Fleet in Basque Roads, by which the French Fleet, " India Goods,) in the Three Quarters ending roth “ which had taken Refuge under the Protection of their “ October 1807, 1808, and 1809 respectively ; diltin own Batteries, were driven on Shore and disabled, guishing the principal Articles imported.”

“ and a considerable Part of them destroyed, on the And the Titles thereof, being read by the Clerk;

6 urth and 12th of April 1809."
ORDERED, That the said Accounts do lie on the

The Question was put thereupon ?
Table.

It was resolved in the Affirmative.
ORDERED, That the said Accounts be printed. Refolved, Nemine Disentiente, That the Thanks of

this House, be given to Admiral Lord Gambier, for the King's def

The Earl of Liverpool acquainted the House, “That he Zeal, Judgment, Ability, and anxious Attention to the Sage refpest “ had a Message from His Majesly, under his Royal Sign Welfare of His Majesty's Service, which marked his ing an

“ Manual, which His Majesty had commanded him to Lordflip's Conduct as Commander in Chief of the Fleet count Wel. “ deliver to their Lordships ;” and the same was read by in Basque Roads, by which the French Fleet, which had liogton. che Lord Chancellor, and is as follows; (videlicet) taken Refuge under the Protection of their own Batteries,

were driven on Shore and disabled, and a considerable 66 GEORGE R.

Part of them destroyed, on the 11th and 12th of April « His Majesty being desirous of conferring a signal

signal 1809.

.
" Mark of His Favour and Approbation on Lieutenant
“ General Arthur Lord Viscount Wellington, Knight of Lordship the same, when he is in his Place, in this

ORDERED, That the Lord Chancellor do give his
" the most Honourable Order of the Bath, in consequence House.
66 of the eminent Services rendered by him, in the brilliant
« and decisive Victory, obtained by the Troops under his Resolved, Nemine Disentiente, That the Thanks of
“ Comınand, against a superior French Force at Tala-, this House be given to Rear-Admiral the Honourable
vera, on the 28th Day of July 1809; and of the Robert Stopford, Captain Sir Harry Neale Baronet,
• Valour and Skill displayed by him on that Occasion; Captain of the Fleet, and to the feveral Captains and

Officers

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Officers of the Fleet under the Command of Admiral

Dux Norfolk, Mares- Ds. Holland.
Lord Gambier, for their gallant and highly meritorious

callus.

Ds. Brownlow.
Conduct, on that glorious Occasion, particularly marked

Dux Somerset.

Ds. Walfingham. by the brilliant and unexampled Success of the difficult

Ds. Eliot. and perilous Mode of Attack by Fire Ships, conducted

March. Lansdowne. Ds. Bulkeley. under the immediate Direction of Captain Lord Cochrane;

March. Stafford. Ds. Montagu. and that Admiral Lord Gambier do signify the same to

Comes Suffolk &

Ds. Heathfield. them.

Ds. Grenville.

Berkshire.
Resolved, Nemine Diffentiente, that this House doth

Comes Northampton.

Ds. Douglas of Locb

leven.

Comes Thanet.
highly approve of, and acknowledge the Services of the
Seamen and Marines on board the Ships under the

Comes Sandwich.

Ds. Mulgrave.
Command of Admiral Lord Gambier, in the late glorious

Comes Essex.

Ds. Rolle. and successful Attack on the French Fleet in Basque Roads;

Comes Albemarle.

Ds. Bayning
Comes Home.

Ds. Bolton.
and that the Captains and Commanders of the several

Comes Strathmore.

Ds. Keith.
Ships do signify the same to their respective Crews, and

Comes Aberdeen.

Ds. Redesdale. do thank them for their meritorious and gallant Conduct.

Ds. Arden.

Comes Oxford &
ORDERED, That the Lord Chancellor do communicate

Mortimer.

Ds. Ponsonby of Imothe said Two last Resolutions, to Admiral Lord Gambier.

Comes Cowper.

killy. Comes Macclesfield.

Ds. Ailfa. Sparlings et Upon reading the Petition of William Sparling of

Comes Pomfret

Ds. Gambier. al. Petition

Petton Hall, in the County of Salop, Esquire, for himself, referred to

Comes Buckinghamand for and on Behalf of his Infant Children, John Judges.

fire.
Charles Sparling, Mary Elizabeth Sparling, and Emma

Comes Harcourt.
Anne Sparling ; and also of Abednego Matthew of Oatley

Comes Hardwicke.
Park, in the said County of Salop, Esquire, and of Eli-

Comes Spencer.
zabeth his Wife ; and also of John Thomas Hendry Hopper

Comes Bathurft. of Whitton Castle, in the County of Durham, Esquire,

Comes Hillsborough.
and Anne his Wife, for themselves, and for and on

Comes Grosvenor.
Behalf of John Robert Hopper, Rosetta Anne Hopper,

Comes Mount Edg-
Elizabeth Isabella Hopper, Mary Anne Hopper, Phila-

cumbe.
delphia Hopper, and Ralph Lambton Hopper, their Infant

Comes Liverpool.
Children ; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, for the

Comes Longford.
Purposes in the said Petitson mentioned :

Comes Rosslyn.
It is ORDERED, That the Consideration of the said

Comes Chichester.
Petition be, and is hereby referred to the Lord Chief

Comes Limerick.
Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, and Mr. Justice

Comes Clancarty.
Lawrence, who are forthwith to summon all Parties con-

Comes Powis.
cerned in the Bill, and after hearing them, are to report

Comes Grey. to the House the State of the Case, with their Opinion

Comes Harrowby. thereupon, under their Hands; and whether all Parties

Viscount Sydney. who may be concerned in the Consequences of the Bill,

Viscount Melville. have signed the Petition ; and also that the Judges, having

Viscount Sidmouth.
perused the Bill, do sign the same.

PRAYERS.
Walditch The Lord Rolle acquainted the House, “ That he had
Enclosure

“ been informed, his Testimony was material to be Bill, Lord

Upon reading the Petition of the Right Honourable e. Pen“ given before a Committee of the House of Commons, Rolle Leave to go to “ appointed to consider of a Petition for Leave to bring George Earl of Pembroke

and Montgomery, and the Right broke's et Committee of “ in a Bill, for enclosing certain Lands in the Parish of Honourable Catherine Countess of Pembroke and Mont. Ux. Petition H. C.

Walditch, in the County of Dorset ; and requested somery, his Wife, late Countess Woronzow Spinster, faria Nat
“ Leave to go to the faid Committee, to give Evidence Daughter of his late Excellency Simeon Count Woron Bliz:

zow, of the Empire of all the Ruffias, and Catherine
or before the fame.” Whereupon,

Countess Woronzow, his Wife; praying Leave, “ To
ORDERED, That the Lord Rolle (upon his own Re bring in a Bill for the Naturalization of the Petitioner
quest) be permitted to go to the said Comınittee, to give “ Catherine Countess of Pembroke and Montgomery :"
Evidence upon the same, if his Lordship thinks fit.

It is ORDERED, That Leave be given to bring in a
Adjourn. Dominus Cancellarius declaravit præsens Parliamen- Bill, according to the Prayer of the said Petition.

tum continuandum esse usque ad et in diem Veneris,
nonum diem instantis Februarii
, horâ undecimâ Auroræ, House, a Bill, intituled, “ An Act for naturalizing the ed.

Accordingly, The Lord Walfingham presented to the Bill present-
Dominis fic decernentibus.

Right Honourable Catherine Countess of Pembroke
rs and Montgomery."

The said Bill was read the First Time.

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I E Veneris, 9° Februarii 1810.

The House being moved, “ That James O'Meara of O'Meara to

" the City of Limerick, Gentleman, may be permitted enter into
Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes “ to enter into a Recognizance for Denis O'Brien Recogniz-
fuerunt :
“ Esquire, on account of his Appeal depending in this

O`Brien's
House, he residing in Ireland :"

Appeal.
Archiep. Cantuar. Dux CUMBERLAND. Ds. Wellesley, Unus
Dux CAMBRIDGE. Primariorum Secre-

It is ORDERED, That the said James O'Meara may
Epus. Exon.

tariorum

enter into a Recognizance for the faid Appellant, as Epus. Sarum. Ds.Eldon, Cancella

defired. Epus. Hereford.

rius.

Ds. St. John of Bletsoe.
Epus. Cicestrien.

Ds. Clifton.
Comes Camden,

This Day Bowyer Edward, Lord Bishop of Chester, Bp. Chester
Ds. Saltoun.

took the Oaths, and made and subscribed the Declaration, takes the
Præses.
Ds. Napier.
and also took and subscribed the Oath of Abjuration,

Oaths.
Comes Weftmorland, Ds. Dutton.

pursuant to the Statutes.
C.P.S.

Ds. Ponsonby.
VOL. XLVII.

5U

Upon

1

Costs

Sitwell

Upon reading the Petition of Thomas Shadforth, Upon reading the Petition of Robert Skinner, De- Richardson againf Shad- William Batson, and Thomas Richard Batson, Defendants fendant in a Writ of Error depending in this House, againt et

Skinner : in a Writ of Error depending in this House, wherein wherein William Richardson is Plaintiff; setting forth, Francis Sitwell is Plaintiff ; setting forth, “ That the “ That the Plaintiff in Error has not assigned Errors “ Plaintiff in Error has not assigned Errors within the " within the Time limited by their Lordships Standing “ Time limited by their Lordships Standing Order; and “ Order; and therefore praying their Lordships,That the " therefore praying their Lordships, That the said Writ said Writ of Error may be Non-pros’d, with such “ of Error may be Non-pros’d, with such Costs as to their Costs as to their Lordships shall seem meet :" Lordships shall seem meet :”

It is ORDERED, That the Petitioner do forthwith Writ of Error Writ of It is Ordered, That the Petitioners do forth with enter a Non-pros on the said Writ of Error, as desired; Non-pros'd Error Non

with Colts. enter à Non-pros on the said Writ of Error, as desired; and that the Record be remitted to the Court of

King's pros'd with Colts. and that the Record be remitted to the Court of King's Bench, to the end Execution may be had upon

the
Bench, to the end Execution may be had upon the Judgment given in that Court, as if no such Writ of
Judgment given by that Court

, as if no such Writ had Error had been brought into this House; and further,
been brought into this House; and further, that the that the Plaintiff in Error do pay, or cause to be paid, to
Plaintiff in Error do pay, or cause to be paid, to the De- the Defendant in Error, the Sum of Forty Pounds, for
fendants in Error, the Sum of Forty Pounds, for their his Costs by reason of the Delay of the Execution of the
Costs by reason of the Delay of the Execution of the said Judgment.
said Judgment.

The Order of the Day being read, for the Second Wellesley's Sitwell

Upon reading the Petition of Robert Marshall, De Reading of the Bill, intituled, “ An Act to diffolve the Divorce Bill against

“ Marriage of the Right Honourable Henry Wellesley Marshall :

fendant in a Writ of Error depending in this House,
wherein Francis Sitwell is Plaintiff ; setting forth, " That

“ with the Right Honourable Lady Charlotte Wellesley

“ his now Wife, and to enable him to marry again, and
“ the Plaintiff in Error hath not assigned Errors within
"

“ for other Purposes therein mentioned ;” and for hear-
“ and therefore praying their Lordships, That the said ing Counsel for and against the same, and for the Lords

to be fuminoned:
“ Writ of Error may be Non-pros'd, with such Costs as
“ to their Lordships shall feem meet :”

Counsel were accordingly called in;
Writ of It is ORDERED, That the Petitioner do forthwith

And Mr. Garrow and Mr. Harrison appearing as Error Nonenter a Non-pros on the said Writ of Error, as desired ;

Counsel for the Petitioner; and no Counsel appearing pros'd with

and that the Record be remitted to the Court of King's for Lady Charlotte Wellesley; Mr. Garrow was heard to
Bench, to the end Execution may be had upon the open the Allegations of the Bill.
Judgment given by that Court, as if no such Writ of
Error had been brought into this House; and further,

Then Mr. John Spinks was called in; and, having been
that the Plaintiff in Error do pay, or cause to be paid, sworn, was examined as follows:
to the Defendant in Error, the Sum of Forty Pounds, for Q. “ Did you serve Lady Charlotte Wellesley' with a
his Costs by reason of the Delay of the Execution of Copy of the Bill, and of the Order for Attendance ?"
the said Judgment.

A. 66 I did.”

Q. " When did you serve her?”
Scholey Upon reading the Petition of George Henry Browne, Ã. “ I served her on Tuesday the 30th of January
against Defendant in a Writ of Error depending in this House, o last.”
Browne :

wherein Godfrey Scholey is Plaintiff; setting forth, “ That
“ the Plaintiff'in Error hath not assigned Errors within

Q.“ Where was Lady Charlotte Wellesley then?”
“ the Time limited by their Lordships Standing Order

Living at Chelsea.
“ and therefore praying their Lordlhips, That the said

Q. “ Did you deliver them to Lady Charlotte Wel-
Writ of Error may be Non-pros’d, with such Costs as

lesley herself?"
“ to their Lordships shall seem meet :'

A. " I did.” Writ of It is ORDERED, That the Petitioner to forthwith

Q. “ Did

you

know the Person to whom Error Non enter a Non-pros on the said Writ of Error, as defired; “ them to be Lady Charlotte Wellesley?pros’d with

and that the Record be remitted to the Court of King's A. “ She acknowledged herself to be Lady Charlotte Corts.

Bench, to the end Execution may be had upon the Wellesley."
Judgment given by that Court, as if no such Writ of
Error had been brought into this House; and further,

Q. “ Was Mrs. Hill present at the Time you delivered
that the Plaintiff in Error do pay, or cause to be paid,

“ these to the Lady you supposed to be Lady Charlotte to the said Defendant in Error, the Sum of Forty Pounds,

Wellesley?

A. “ She was.”
for his Costs by reason of the Delay of the Execution
of the said Judgment.

Then Mrs. Charlotte Hill was called in ; and, being
Clarke Upon reading the Petition of Josiah Barrow, Defendant sworn, was examined as follows:
against in a Writ of Error depending in this House, wherein Q.“ Are you acquainted with Lady Charlotte Wel-
Barrow:
John Clarke is Plaintiff; setting forth, “ That the Plain-

lesley?"
“ tiff in Error has not assigned Errors within the Time A. “ Yes; I am."
limited by their Lordships Standing Order; and there-

Q. “ Look at this Gentleman (Mr. Spinks). Were
“ fore praying their Lordships, That the said Writ of

you present when this Gentleman delivered any Papers “ Error may be Non-pros'd, with such Costs as to their

to Lady Charlotte Wellesley on the 30th of January?” Lordships shall seem meet :"

A. “ I was.” Writ of It is ORDERED, That the Petitioner do forthwith

Q.“ Was the Lady to whom he delivered, and with Error Non enter a Non-pros on the said Writ of Error, as desired; “ whom he left those Papers, Lady Charlotte Wellesley?pros'd with

and that the Record be remitted to the Court of King's A. “ It was." Colts.

Bench, to the end Execution may be had upon the
Judgment given in that Court, as if no such Writ of Q. “ You were then residing in the same House with
Error had been brought into this House; and further,

Lady Charlotte Wellesley?
that the Plaintiff in Error do pay, or cause to be paid,

A.
to the Defendant in Error, the Sum of Forty Pounds, for Q.“ And you still reside there?”
his Costs by reason of the Delay of the Execution of the A. I do.'
said Judgment.

The Witnefles were directed to withdraw,

Then

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Then General Jacob Bude was called in; and, being “ the 7th of November last, to Messieurs Drummonds, on sworn, was examined as follows:

Mr.Wellesley's Account.” Q. “ I believe you were acquainted with Mr. Henry

The Witness was directed to withdraw. Wellesley before his Marriage ?"

Then William Baron Tuyle was called in; and, being

sworn, was examined as follows: Q. “ Did you know him?" A. “ I knew him.”

Q. “ Had you an Apartment at the House of a

6 Mr. Atkins?"), Q. “ Were you present at his Marriage with his

A. 6 I had.” present Wife Lady Charlotte Cadogan?A. " I was.”

Q. " Where is Mr. Atkins's House?"

Ã. “ In Mount Street, Berkeley Square."
Q.“ Where did the Marriage take place ?"
A. “ At Lord Cadogan's Place, near Brandon.Q. " Does he carry on any Business ?”

A. “ He is a Tailor by Trade.”
(Question by a Lord.) “ Was it a Marriage by a Spe-
u cial Licence ?"

Q.“ What Apartment had you in that House?”

A. “ I had a First Floor ; a Sitting Room, BedA. 6 It was.”

“ Room, and Dreffing-Room.” The Witness was directed to withdraw.

Q. “ Was there more than One Bed in that Apart Then Mr. William Simmons was called in ; and, being

ment?" sworn, was examined as follows:

Only One."
“ Have you the Certificate of the Marriage of Q..“ Are you acquainted with Lord Paget?

A. “ Mr. Wellesley with Lady Charlotte Cadogan?

66 I am.” The Witness produced a Paper, and said, " I have ;

“ And with Lady Charlotte Wellesley?“ I examined it with the Register Book of the Marriages A. “ Yes, I am.” 6 of the Parish of Downham in Suffolk.

Q. “ Did they at any Time occupy the Apartment The same was read, and is as follows :

“ which belonged to you in Mr. Atkins's House?”' 1803."

They did.” Henry Wellesley, of the Parish of St.George's Hanover

Q. “ When did they begin to occupy this Apart“ Square, Bachelor, and Charlotte Cadogan of this

66 ment?” “ Parish of Downham Spinster, were married in this A. “ To the best of my Recollection it was on the “ Church by Licence, this Twentieth Day of September, “ 6th or 8th, I cannot recollect exactly which, of the “ in the Year One thousand eight hundred and three. “ Month of March last.”

By me,
66 G. Wellesley.

Q. “ How long did they continue there?” “ This Marriage was solemnized Henry Wellesley.

A. “ Till the Saturday following." 66 between us,

Charlotte Cadogan.

Q. “ Did you see them there from Time to Time

S Henry Cadogan, « In the Presence of .

“ whilst they continued to occupy your Apartment ?" J. Bude."

A. " I did.”
The Witness was directed to withdraw.

Q.“ At what Times in the Day have you seen them

66 there?” Then Mr. John Spinks was again .called in, and exa

A., “ I used to call there every Day; and sometimes mined as follows:

“ I have seen them twice a Day.” Q. “ Have you a Copy of the Judgment in the Court Q. “ Were there any other Accommodation for them “ of King's Bench, in an Action brought by Mr. Wel. “ with respect to sleeping, excepting the Bed which you " lesley against Lord Paget for Criminal Conversation ?” “ have previously occupied ?”

The Witness produced a Paper, and said, “ I have; A. “ None in my Apartment." “ I examined it with the Clerk of the King's Bench “ Treafury.”

Q. “ And you introduced them to that Apartment as “ Friends of yours?"

A. “ I did.”
Then the Witness delivered in an Office Copy of a
Record of Judgment of the Court of King's Bench in Q. “ I believe they were represented as Persons under
Easter Term, in the Forty-ninth Year of the Reign of “ fome Embarrassments from the Country ?”
His present Majesty, in an Action by the Honourable

They were.”
Henry Wellesley against Henry William Pagei, for Trespass,
Assault, and Criminal Conversation with Lady Charlotte

Q. “ Did they pass there as Husband and Wife ?" Wellesey; the Damages recovered Twenty thoufand

They did.”
Pounds, besides Colts of Suit.

By what Name did they pass there?"
The same was read.

A. “ No Name was mentioned."

Q. “ But they passed there as Husband and Wife, Q. (By a Lord) “ Have the Damages been paid ?” Ã. (Mr. Garrow.) “ The Damages have been paid, “ the Country ?”

“ under some temporary Embarrassments, coming from “ and I am prepared to prove that Fact.”

A. “ Yes; and who wished to remain some few Days The Witness was directed to withdraw.

concealed there : that was what I told Mrs. Atkins." Then Thomas Lowten Esquire was called in; and, being

(Question by a Lord.) “ Did they sleep together

" there?” sworn, was examined as follows:

A. “ I cannot say."
Q. “ You were the Solicitor for Mr. Wellesley, in the

The Witness was directed to withdraw.
Action which he commenced against Lord Paget for
« Criminal Conversation ?"
A. " I was.'

Then Rebecca Parish was called in ; and, being sworn,

was examined as follows:
Q. Do you know whether the Damages which
were awarded by the Sheriff's Jury have been paid on

Q. " Are you a Servant to Mrs. Atkins of Mount

66 Street ?" «s the Part of the Defendant to Mr. Wellesley?

A. " Yes.”
A. “ They were paid to me, and I paid them over on

Q. “ Did

A. 66

A. 66

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