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Gainsburgh Hodie 2° vice lecta est Billa, intituled, “ An Act for more The House being moved, “ That James Chalmer of Chalmer to
enter into a effectually improving the Streets, Lanes, and public Abingdon Street, Westminster, may be permitted to
fiding in Scotland :"
enter into a Recognizance for the said Appellant, as
Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of the Reve. Carmichael
L. Hood of Cather. rend John Carmichael, Presentee to the Parish of Kinloch against Scott
L. Hood of Cather- in the County of Perth; complaining of Three Interlo.
cutors of the Lords of Council and Session in Scotland,
as Commissioners of Teinds, of the 10th of June 1807,
the 2d of March 1808, and 8th of February 1809; and
praying, “ That the fame may be reversed, varied, or
“ Relief in the Premises, as to this House, in their
Wednesday next, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon, " James Scott and others, may be required to answer
It is ORDERED, That the said James Scott and others
Answer or respective Answers thereunto, in Writing, on
or before Monday the 27th Day of March next; and
The House being moved,
“ That John Richardsone Richardsone as they please. “ of Fluyder Street, IVestminster, Gentleman, may be to enter into
Recogni“ permitted to enter into a Recognizance for the Reve
zance on it.
“ rend John Carmichael, on account of his Appeal Hursley, &c.
Hodie 2* vice lecta est Billa, intituled, “ An Act for Enclosure enclosing Lands in the Parishof Hursley, and the Manor
depending in this House, he living in Scotland :" Bill. " of Murdon, in the County of Southampton.”
It is Ordered, That the said John Richardsone may
enter into a Recognizance for the said Appellant, as
Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Patrick Warner
of January, the 3d of February, and the roth of March
there, of the 24th of January 1798, the gth and 12th of
an Interlocutor of the said I.ords of the 7th, and signed Bill, according to the Prayer of the said Petition.
the 14th of February 1809; and praying, “ That the Bill fre
Accordingly, The Lord Walsingham presented to the “ fame may be reversed, varied, or amended, or that the fented. House, a Bill, intituled, “ An Act for naturalizing Adrian Appellant may have such other Relief in the Premises, “ Moens.”
“ as to this House, in their Lordships great Wisdom, The said Bill was read the First Time.
“ shall seem meet; and that Robert Reid Cunninghame,
" of Auchenharrie, may be required to answer the said Geddes Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of John Geddes
It is Ordered, That the said Robert Reid Cunninghame
The House being moved, " That John Richardsone Richardsons “ have such other Relief in the Premises, as to this
" of Fluyder Street, Westminster, Gentleman, may be to enter into “ House, in their Lordships great Wisdom, fhall seem “ permitted to enter into a Recognizance for Patrick Recogni
zance on it. so meet; and that Henry and Gavin Hardie, Children
6 IVarner Esquire, on account of his Appeal depending " of the deceased Elizabeth Bengo otherwise Hardie,
“ in this Houle, he living in Scotland, or being on Service
66 Abroad :"
The House being moved, “ That a Day may be ap- Grant et al.
pointed for hearing the Cause, wherein Amelia Charlotte against Grant respective Answers thereunto, in Writing, on or before
“ Grant and others are Appellants, and Letitia Grant
" and others are Respondents :'
for Causés after those already appointed.
Sir. W. Eliott The House being moved, “ That a Day may be
ap “ tively imported or exported on account of His Maagainst
pointed for hearing the Cause, wherein Sir William “ jesty's Government :" Oliver.
“ Eliott Baronet is Appellant, and Andrew Oliver is And Also, “ A like Account of Exports and Imports
“ from and to Spain and Portugal, from the ist of May
“ 1807 to a Period in the said Year corresponding with Cause, by Counsel at the Bar, on the first vacant Day
“ that for which the preceding Account thall be made for Causes, after those already appointed.
And then he withdrew. Scott and Upon reading the Petition of Robert Pierce Gillies,
And the Titles thereof, being read by the Clerk; another
now of Balmakenan, the Son and Heir of Thomas Gillies
deceased, and of Colin Gillies Esquire, his Curator or ORDERED, That the said Accounts do lie on the
ORDERED, That the said Accounts be printed.
Dominus Cancellarius declaravit præsens Parliamen- Adjourn. “ Petitioners therefore pray, That their Lordships will
tum continuandum efle usque ad et in diem Martis, vi-
I E Martis, 28° Februarii 1809.
Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes
Dux CAMBRIDGE. Ds. Aucklund.
Ds. Hood of Cather.
Ds. Eldon, Cancella
Ds. Redc.dale. the said Appeal, as the said Thomas Gillies might have
rius. had if living, as desired.
hire. Committee to Honours of Viscount Barnewall of Kingsland, and Baron
ships Standing Order, early in the last Session of Parlia-
April 1808 it was ordered, That the Lords Com- crieff to the Appeal of Aiolphus and Andrew Scales, and Brunton “ mittees for Privileges [hould meet to consider the said Robert Brun!on, was this Day brought in : “ Claim on Tuesday the 3d Day of May then next, As was also, The Answer of Alexander Hume Esquire La. Scatorth " and that Notice thereof should be given to His Ma
against jesty's Attorney General : That due Notice of such to the Appeal of Francis Lord Seaforth.
Hume. “ Meeting of the Committee was given to His Majesty's Attorney General , in pursuance of their Lordships Borough of Warwick, in the County of Warwick, Widow; Perico no re
Upon reading the Petition of Elizabeth Laudor of the Laudor's 56 Order, and a copy of the Petitioner's Cafe, including Walter Savage Laudor of Lanthony Abbey, in the County Judges.
a Copy of the Report of His Majesty's Attorney and of Monmouth, Esquire; the Reverend Charles Savage
It is ORDERED, That the Consideration of the said
with their Opinion thereupon, under their Hands; and
whether all Parties, who may be concerned in the Con. It is Ordered, That the Committee for Privileges do sequences of the Bill
, have signed the Petition; and also, meet to consider the said Claim on Thursday the 23d Day that the Judges, having perused the Bill, do sign the of March next; and that Notice thereof be given to His
same. Majesty's Attorney General. Imports and The House being informed, “That Mr. Irving, Inspec- Augustus Berkeley Craven ; praying Leave to bring in Petition re
Upon reading the Petition of the Honourable Henry Craven's Exports be6 tor General of Imports and Exports, attended;"
a Bill for the Purposes in the said Petition mentioned: tween Great
Judges. Britain and He was called in, and delivered at the Bar, pursuant
It is Ordered, That the Confideration of the frid Spain and
to an Order of Friday the 17th Instant ; Portugal,
Petition be, and is hereby referred to the Lord Chief Accounts of “ An Account of the real Value of all Imports into Justice of the Court of Conmon Pleas, and Mr. Justice delivered. " and Exports from Great Britain from and to Spain Bayley, who are forthwith to summon all Parties con
► and Portugal respectively, from the 1st of May 18c8 cerned in the Bill ; and, after hearing them, are to report
to the latelt Period to which the same can be made to the House the State of the Case, with their Opinion
who may be concerned in the Consequences of the Bill, Lawrence, who are forthwith to summon all parties con-
to the House the State of the Case, with their Opinion
thereupon, under their Hands; and whether all Parties, Busby's et al.
Upon reading the Petition of Edward Sclater Busby who may be concerned in the Consequences of the Bill, Petition re. Esquire, James Salter Esquire and Elizabeth his wife, have signed the Petition ; and also, that the Judges, ferred to
and Edward Augustus Butcher Esquire and Margaret having perused the Bill, do sign the fame. Judges.
his Wife ; praying Leave to bring in a Bill for the Pur-
Upon reading the Petition of Katherine Partridge-of Partridges
Partridge by the said Katherine, formerly his
of their Hands; and whether all Parties, who may be con
cerned in the Consequences of the Bill, have signed the the said Henry Samuel Partridge, and for and on the Be: Petition ; and also, that the Judges,
having perused the half of Louisa Katherine Partridge, Henry Champion Par.
tridge, and Charlotte Anne Partridge, the only Children Bill do sign the same.
of the said Henry Samuel Partridge, all of whom are Malling Upon reading the Petition of Peregrine Malangberd Mery Frances the wife of the said Henry Samuel Par
Infants under the Age of Twenty-one Years; and of
Brother of the said Henry Partridge, on the Behalf of
under the Age of Twenty-one Years; the Reverend
John Partridge of Cranwick, in the said County of Nor-
It is ORDERED, That the Consideration of the said
Petition be, and is hereby referred to the Lord Chief
Baron of the Court of Exchequer, and Mr. Justice Hutton's Upon reading the Petition of John Hutton of Marske
, cerned' in the Bill ; and, after hearing them, are to report
Bayley, who are forthwith to summon all Parties con.
and Timothy Hutton of Clifton, in the County of York,
be concerned in the Consequences of the Bill,
have signed the Petition ; and also, that theJudges, having
Infant Daughter ; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, for
the Purposes in the said Petition mentioned : Farrers et al. Upon reading the Petition of Farrer Grove Spurgeon It is Ordered, That the Confideration of the said Petition re Farrer of Cold Brayfield, in the County of Buckingham, Petition be, and is hereby referred to Mr. Justice Heath,
Esquire, and John Grove Spurgeon of Lowestoffe, in the and Mr. Baron Wood, who are forthwith to summon all
County of Suffolk, Clerk, and Ann his Wife; praying Parties concerned in the Bill; and, after hearing them, are
Opinion thereupon, under their Hands; and whether all
It is ORDERED, That the Consideration of the said
Petition be, and is hereby referred to Mr. Justice Grose
are to report to the House the State of the Cale, with
their Opinion thereupon, under their Hands; and whe
ther all Persons, who may be concerned in the Conse.
Upon reading the Petition of Dame Jane St. John " and Henry Raeburn and William Scott Moncrieff are J. Millmay's Mildmay, Widow of Sir Henry Paulet St. John Mildmay, Respondents :" et al. Petition
Behalf of herself and her Infant Children, Sir Henry referred to St. John Carew St. John Mildmay, John Clerk Esquire Cause, by Counsel at the Bar, on the first vacant Day
It it ORDERED, That this House will hear the faid
and Ann his Wife, George William Ricketts Esquire and for Causes after those already appointed.
The House being moved, " That a Day may be ap. Ld. Seaforth
It is ORDERED, That this House will hear the said
Hodie 2* vice lečia eft Billa, intituled, “ An Ad Militia Enlistthat the Judges, having perused the Bill, do sign the
to allow a certain Proportion of the Militia in Ire- ment (Ire. fame.
“ land voluntarily to enlift into His Majesty's Regular land) Liil.
ORDERED, That the said Bill be committed to a
ORDERED, That the House be put into a Committee
upon the said Bill To-morrow. corporated Trades ; complaining of Two Interlocutors of the Lord Ordinary in Scotland, of the 4th of July Hodie 2* vice lecta eft Billa, intituled, “ An Ad for Ashbourne 1807, and the rith of March 1808; and also of Three
enlarging the Term and Powers of Two Acts of His Roads Bill. Interlocutors of the Lords of Session there, of the 23d
present Majesty, for repairing the Road from Ash-
« bourne to Sudbury, and from Sudbury to Yoxall Bridge,
ORDERED, That the said Bill be committed to the
D.CUMBERLAND. L. Bp. Chichester. L. Walsingham.
L. Hood of Cather.
Thursday next, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon,
in the Prince's Lodgings, near the House of Longlands to The House being moved, “ That Thomas Longlands Peers; and to adjourn as they please. enter into Re. “ of Queen Street Westminster, Gentleman, may be percognizance “ mitted to enter into a Recognizance for the Re
Upon reading the Petition of Mary Pemberton, Pembertoa et on it. “ verend Doctor James Shirrefs and others, on account
Thomas Pemberton, Edwin Pemberton, and Benjamin al. against “ of their Appeal depending in this House, they residing Stokes, Executrix and Executors of Samuel Pemberton
Willington, 66 in Scotland :"
deceased, Plaintiffs in a Writ of Error depending in in Error.
this House, wherein Charles Oakes and Thomas Wil'It is Ordered, That the said Thomas Longlands lington are Defendants ; setting forth, “ That the said may enter into a Recognizance for the said Appellants « Samuel Pemberton, and one George Stokes of Old Swinas desired.
ford, in the County of Worcester, Iron Master, did, by
“ Indenture bearing Date on or about the 4th Day of Ewing against The House being moved, “ That a Day may be " January 1802, agree with William Harding, Charles Tipping et
appointed for hearing the Cause, wherein William “ Oakes, and Thomas Willington, all of Tamworth, in the al. :
Ewing is Appellant, and Thomas Tipping and others Counties of Stafford and Warwick, Bankers and Co.
put in their Answer thereto, though peremptorily or “ Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Merchant,
to the Amount of Twenty thousand Pounds, for PrinIt is ORDERED, That this House will hear the said
“ cipal Money and Interest, lent or to be lent by the faid Cause ex parte, by Counsel at the Bar, on the first va
“ William Harding, Charles Oakes, and Thomas Willingcant Day for Causes after those already appointed, unless
ton, or the Survivors or Survivor of them, or the
- Executors or Administrators of such Survivor, before
“ the 19th Day of February 1807, to the said Benjamin
" the 26th Day of March 1802 ; that on the Death of Sir G. Bro ORDERED, That Charles Pearson do attend this House,
" the said William Harding, Thomas Paget, Joseph Paget, grave's
in order to his being examined as a Witness upon the Divorce Bill.
Thomas Bankhart, and Martha Harding became Part-
ners with the said Charles Oakes and Thomas Willington;
“ Account with the said William Harding, Charles Oakes, “ and to enable him to marry again, and for other Pur
“ and Thomas Willington, up to the Death of the said “ poses therein mentioned.'
“ William Harding, and continued to keep such open
Banking Account with the said Thomas Paget, Joseph
“ pointed for hearing the Cause, wherein Adolphus and “ Oakes, and Thomas Willington, from the Death of the burn and
“ Andrew Scales and Robert Brunton are Appellants, “ faid William Harding to the Month of February 1806; Moncrieff.
" that in the Month of February 1806, the faid Benjamin “ ceedings in this Cause: That the Petitioners being de“ Stokes became insolvent, and the said Charles Oakes “ sirous of facilitating the Proceedings in this Cause, so “ and Thomas Willington called on the Petitioners and as that the real Merits might be brought to Iflue, the “ George Stokes to pay the Balance of the said Benjamin “ Petitioners caused another Writ of Error to be issued, “ Stokes's Banking Account, under the said Deed of the “ for the Purpose of removing the Record of this Cause “ 4th of January 1802, which the said Charles Oakes out of ihe Court of the Exchequer of Pleas to this “ and Thomas Willington represented as amounting to “ House, and accordingly, the Writ of Error on which " the Sum of £19,186. 135. 4d., and threatened, that “ the Record in this Cause has been removed to this “ in case the said Sum of £19,186. 135. 4d. was not “ House, was issued and delivered to the Agent of the “ either immediately paid, or secured to be paid, they “ faid Defendants : That, on or about the ist Day of “ would proceed against the Petitioners and the said “ June 1808, a Motion was made in the said Exchequer - George Stokes at Law; that the Petitioners being very " of Pleas, for the Petitioners to transcribe the said “ much pressed by the said Charles Oakes and Thomas “ Record, but at the same Time the faid Motion was “ Willington, either to pay the said Sum of £ 19,186. “ made, the said Defendants in Error had not entered the
135. 4d. or to give a Bond for the same, agreed to “ Proceedings on Record, but the Petitioners caused execute a Bond for the Purpose of securing the same, “ the faid Record to be transcribed immediately after
provided the said Bond should not render them liable “ the Proceedings had been entered on the Rolls of s for any Money which they were not liable to pay “ the faid Court of Exchequer of Pleas; that the said 66 under the said Deed of the 4th of January 1852; to “ Defendants in Error did not serve the Order of this “ which the said Charles Cakes and Thomas IVillington “ House, for the Petitioners to aflign Errors before their “confented, and agreed and proposed that an Indorse “Lordships till Eleven o'Clock of the Forenoon of the “ 'ment should be made on the said Bond to that Effect; “ Fourth of July last, and on the fame Day petitioned “ that a Bond, bearing Date the 27th Day of l'ebruary " their Lordships to non-pros the Petitioners Writ of “ 1806, was accordingly prepared, from the Petitioners " Error, with which Petition of the said Defendants their “ and the faid George Stokes, to the said Charles Oakes “ Lordships did not think fit to comply, and on the “ and Thomas Willington, as the surviving Partners of the Meeting of this House permitted the Petitioners to “ said Wiliam Harding, for £40,000, upon which said assign Errors before their Lordships : That the said “ Bond an Indorsement was made, purporting that the “ Defendants in Error applied again to their Lordships " said Bond was given as a collateral Security for the on the 2311 Day of Januay last, to non-pros the “ said Sum of £19,186. 135. 4d. for which the said - Petitioners Writ of Error, when their Loadships were “ Charles Oakes and Thomas Willington held the said Deed pleased to order the said Errors to be argued before “ of the 4th Day of January 1802: That in Trinity Term “ their Lordships on the 26th of the said Month of fa. “ 1806, the said Charles Oakes and Thomas Willington nuary last: That the Petitioners Proceedings have not “ commenced an Action against the Petitioners on the " in any Part of them been instituted for the Purpose of " said Bond, and laid their Venue in Warwickshire, “ Delay, nor have produced such Delay, but merely for " and obtained a final Judgment in the faid Action “ the Purpose of obtaining Justice in the Premises; and " against the Petitioners therein, in the Michaelmas Term “ forasmuch as the Proceedings of the Petitioners are, as “ following; that the said Charles Oakes and Thomas “ they most humbly submit, regular, and according to “ Willington never informed the Petitioners that the faid “ the usual Practice of Writs of Error brought into “ Sum of £19,186. 135. 4d. was not a Debt due from “ this House, under the like Circumstances, they most " the said Benjamin Stokes to the said Charles Oakes and “ humbly pray, That the said Writ of Error may be suf“ Thomas Willington, as surviving Partners of the said “ tained by their Lordships, and the former Judgments “ William Harding, or that the same was a Debt due to “ in this Cause, be reversed :" “ the said Thomas Paget, Joseph Paget, Thomas Bankhart,
It is ORDERED, That the said Petition do lie on the “ Martha Harding, and I homas Willington, which is the
Table. “ Fact, nor was the Petitioners any ways informed of “ the said Thomas Paget, Joseph Paget, Thomas Bankhart, The House being informed, “ That Mr. Johnson, from London “ and Martha Harding having any Interest therein, till
“the London Dock Company attended;" he was called Dock Com, “ long after they were precluded from pleading in the in, and delivered at the Bar, pursuant to the Directions of pany's Ac“ said Action, unless by Leave of the Court in which an Act of Parliament;
count, &c. “ the same Action was brought ; that the Petitioners
“ Report of the Directors of the London Dack Com“ afterwards discovered that Fact, and also discovered
or pany :" " that the said Bond covered the Sum of £4,917.15. uid. “ for which the Petitioners would not have been liable
And also, “ An Account of the Receipts and Difa
“ bursements of the London Dock Company, from the “ to the faid William Harding, Charles Oakes, and Thomas “ Willington, if the said William Harding had been still
30th of November 1807, to the 30th of November
C 18.8." “ living, and no Person interested in the faid Account
And then he withdrew. “ except the said William Harding, Charles Oakes, and “ Thomas Willington; that the said George Stokes has given And the Titles thereof, being read by the Clerk; “ to the Petitioners Notice that he will not contribute “ his Proportion of the said Bond, if the Petitioners pay
ORDERED, That the said Report and Account do lie
on the Table. “ the same, without being compelled fo to do by Law: « That when the Petitioners suffered themselves to be “ non-fuited in their Writ of Error in the Exchequer Reading of the Bill, intituled, " "An A&t to dissolve the grave's Hi
The Order of the Day being read for the Second Sir G. Bro6 Chamber, they were ignorant of the said Bond covering any Sum of Money, for which they could not in
“ Marriage of Sir George Berney Brograve Baronet, with vorce Bill “ any Event be liable, to any Person whatsoever, and
“ Emma Louisa Brograve his now Wife, and to enable 6 the Petitioners had not then discovered the Error in
“ him to marry again, and for other Purposes therein “ the Record in this Cause: That the Petitioners first the same; and for the Lords to be fummoned :
“ mentioned ;” and for hearing Counsel for and against “ brought their Writ of Error, for the Purpose of re“ moving the Record of this Cause into this Honourable ORDERED, That the said Order be discharged. " House, in the Month of November 1806, which was
ORDERED, That the said Bill be read a second Time “ duly notified to the said Defendants in Error on or “ about the 18th Day of said November 1806, but the
on Thursday next; and that Counsel be heard for and " said Defendants in Error never returned the said Writ against the same ; and that the Lords te fummoned. " of Error to be filed, and in the Month of May 1808
The Lord Walfingham reported from the Lords Com- Derwent « applied to the Agent of the Petitioners to cause a mittees, to whoin the Bill
, intituled, “ An Act for amend. Fishery Bill. “ fresh Writ of Error to be issued, in order that they “ might move the Court of Exchequer of Pleas, for
« ing an Act of the Forty-fourth Year of His present “ the Petitioners to transcribe the Record of the Pro
Majesty, for regulating certain Fisheries in the County
“ of Cumberland, and other places therein "nientioned, 5