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« and Words in Our Name as is requisite and hath 7. " An Ad for erecting a Justiciary and County
8. “ An Act for repealing an Act made in the Thirty"ment Roll; and thefe Our Letters Patent shall be “ second Year of His late Majesty, for better lighting and “ to every of them a suflicient Warrant in that Behalf :
cleansing the open Places, Streets, Squares, and other " And finally, We do declare and will, that after this “ Passages, within the Part of the Manor and Liberty of “ Our Royal Assent given and passed by these Presents, “ Norton Falgate, otherwise Norton Folley, in the County " and declared and notified as is aforesaid, then and “ of Middlesex, which is extra-parochial, and regulating “ immediately the said Acts shall be taken, accepted, " the Nightly Watch and Beadles therein ; and for the “ and admitted good, sufficient, and perfect Acts of “ better Relief and Maintenance of the Poor thereof, “ Parliament and Laws, to all Intents, Constructions, " and for other Purposes relating thereto.” “ and Purposes, and to be put in due Execution ac “ An Act for enlarging the Term and Powers of “ cordingly; the Continuance or Diffolution of this “ Two Acts of His present Majesty, for repairing the « Our Parliament, or any other Use, Custom, Thing “ Road from Shaddon Gate, near Carlisle, to Mulafide, “ or Things, to the contrary thereof notwithstanding. " and to join the Turnpike Road at Shillbeck in the « In Witness whereof, We have caused there Our Let. “ County of Cumberland.” " ters to be made Patent.
10. “ An A& for repairing the Road from Catterick “ Witness Ourself, at Westminster, the Tenth Day
" Bridge in the County of rork, through the Towns of
Yarm, Stockton, and Sedgefield, to the City of Durham, " of March, in the Fifteenth Year of Our
« in the County of Durham ; and for repealing an Act
passed in the Twenty-eighth Year of His present Ma. “ By the King Himself, signed with his own
jesty, for repairing the faid Road.” 66 Hand.
11.“ An Act for making and maintaining a Road " BATHURST and BATHURST."
“ from Albion Street, in the Town of Cheltenham, in the Then the Lord Chancellor said,
" County of Gloucester, to Bunch Lane, in or near the “ In Obedience to His Majesty's Commands, and by
Village of Bishops Cleve, in the said County, to join “ virtue of the Commission which has been now read,
" the Turnpike Road leading froin the Town of Eve“ we do declare and notify to you, the Lords Spiritual
Jham, in the County of Worcester, to the said Town
of Cheltenbam." “ and Temporal, and Commons, in Parliament ailem
12. “ An Act for altering, improving, and keeping “ bled, That His Majesty hath given His Royal Affent
“ in repair the Road between the City of Durham and " to the several Acts in the Commission mentioned; and
“ the Village of Shotley Bridge, in the County of Durham.” " the Clerks are required to pass the same in the usual « Formn and Words.
13 " An Act for continuing the Term and altering
“ and enlarging the Powers of several Acts of His late Then the Clerk Assistant, having received the Money “ and present Majesty for repairing the several Roads Bills from the Hands of the Speaker, brought them to the " therein mentioned, so far as the said Acts relate to Table, where the Deputy Clerk of the Crown read the “ the Road from Doncaster through Ferrybridge, to the
Titles of those, and the other Bills to be passed severally, “ South Side of Tadcaster Cross, in the County of York.” as follow ; (videlicet)
To these Bills the Royal Allent was pronounced, seve1.“ An Act for raising the Sum of Ten millions five rally, by the Clerk Assistant, in these Words ; (videlicet) “ hundred thousand Pounds, by Exchequer Bills, for the
“ Le Roy le veult.” “ Service of Great Britain, for the Year One thousand “ eight hundred and ten."
14. “ An Ad for enclosing Lands in the Parishes of 2. “ An Act for raising the Sum of One million five
“ Yaxham, Weffield, Whinbergh, and Garvestone, in the « hundred thousand Pounds, by Exchequer Bills, for the
“ County of Norfolk.” Service of Great Britain, for the Year One thousand
« An Act for naturalizing Philip Jacob Heisch." « eight hundred and ten.”
16. “ An Act for naturalizing John Simon Brand
strom. To these Bills the Royal Assent was pronounced,
To these Bills the Royal Assent was pronounced, seve. severally, by the Clerk Aslíitant, in these Words ; (vic rally, by the Clerk Afliftant, in these Words ; (videlicet) delicet) « Le Roy remercie ses bons Sujets, accepté leur
Soit fait comme il est desiré. “ Benevolence, et ainsi le veult.”
Then the Commons withdrew. 3. « An Act to enable His Royal Highness Goorge
The House was adjourned during Pleasure. “ Prince of Wales to grant Leases of certain Lands and The House was resumed ; « Premises called Prince's Meadows, in the Parish of “ Lambeth, in the County of Surrey, Parcel of His said The House being informed, “ That Mr. Catherwood, Grain, Ac. - Royal Highness's Duchy of Cornwall, for the Purpose “ from the Treasury, attended ;” " of building thereon."
Average *-* 4. “ An Act to prohibit the Distillation of Spirits
He was called in; and delivered at the Bar, pursuant to Prices deli
vered. from Corn or Grain in Great Britain for a limited
an Order of Wednesday the 21st of February last, “ Time ; and to continue, until Four Months after the “ An Account of the Average Prices of Grain in « Expiration of such Prohibition, an Act of the last “ England and Wales at the several Periods respectively « Sellion of Parliament, to suspend the Importation of “ from the Month of July 1795 inclusive, when Prohi“ British or Irish-made Spirits into Great Britain or “ bitions have been laid on, continued, or removed, from “ Ireland respectively."
“ the Distillation of Spirits from Grain ; specifying at 5. “ An Ad to indemnify such Persons in the United “ which of the said Periods respectively the Distillation
Kingdom as have omitted to qualify themselves for “ has been prohibited or allowed, and the Price per “ Offices and Employments, and for extending the Times « Quarter of each Grain, at the Time when such Change “ limited for those Purposes respectively, until the “ took place; and also specifying the present Prices, ac“ Twenty-fifth Day of March One thousand eight hun “ cording to the latest Return :” “ dred and eleven, and to permit such Persons in Great. And also, “ An Account of the Average Prices of " Britain as have omitted to make and file Affidavits “ Grain in Scotland at the several Periods respectively " of the Execution of Indentures of Clerks to Attornies “ from the Month of July inclusive, when Prohibitions " and Solicitors to make and file the same on or before “ have been laid on, continued, or removed, from the “ the First Day of Hilary Term One thousand eight “ Distillation of Spirits from Grain; specifying at which " hundred and eleven.”
“ of the said Periods respectively the Distillation has 6. “ An Act for making a fair and equal County “ been prohibited or allowed, and the Price per Quarter “ Rate for the County of Cumberland.”
“ of each Grain at the Time when suchChange took place;
o pass ?”
o and also specifying the present Prices, according to the A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by the Message to
H.C. with latest Return." former Meffengers :
To return the said Bill, and acquaint them, That the to it.
Lords have agreed to the same, with fome Amend.
ments; to which their Lordships desire their Concur-
The Lord Chancellor acquainted the House, “ That Proceedings
" the Clerk Assistant had prepared and laid upon the on East India “ Table, a List of the Names of all the Lords who have Judicature
Act. Lancaster Upon reading the Petition of the Debtors imprisoned
“ delivered in Lifts, in pursuance of the Directions of Debtors Pec in His Majesty's Gaol, the Castle of Lancaster, com
“ an Act, pafsed in the Twenty-sixth Year of His present tition. plaining of their Distress, and praying Relief :
“ Majesty, for the further Regulation of the Trial of It is ORDERED, That the said Petition do lie on « Perfons accused of certain Offences committed in the Table.
“ the Euf Indies, and for other Purposes therein men
tioned.” Glafson En Hodie 3* vice lecta eft Billa, intituled, “ An Act for closure Bill :
" An Act for St. Botolph “ enclosing Lands in Glesson, in the County of Cum Hodie 2* vice lecta ef Billa, intituled, « berland."
more equally and effectually affefsing and collecting the Poor Bill:
“ Poor Rates within the Parish of Saint Botolph without
Aldgate, in the County of Middlesex.”
ORDERED, That the said Bill be committed to the
Confideration of the Lords following: Kirkbride Hodie za vice lecta est Billa, intituled, “ An Ad for Ld. Steward. L. Bp. Exeter.
L. Napier. Enclosure enclosing Lands in Kirkbride, in the County of Cum
L. Bp. Chester. L. Holland. Bil : 6 berland,
E. Clancarty. Stauden. Hodie 3* vice lecta eft Billa, intituled, “ An Aâ for E. Rosse. mayer's Na.
“ naturalizing Samuel Henry Staudenmayer.” turalization
Their Lordships, or any Five of them, to meet on
Wednesday next, at Ten o'Clock in the Forenoon,
at the Prince's Lodgings, near the House of Messages to
And Messages were, severally, sent to the House of Peers; and to adjourn as they please. H.C. that the Lords
Commons, by Mr. Stanley and Mr. Thomson : have agreed
Upon reading the Petition of the several Persons whose Petition to the Three
To acquaint them, That the Lords have agreed to the Names are thereunto subscribed, being Thirteen of the against it. preceding said Bills, without any Amendment. Bills.
Directors of the London Dock Company, on Behalf of
themselves and the rest of the said Company, taking Boddington, After reading and considering the Report of the Notice of the last-mentioned Bill; and praying, “That Leave for a
Judges, to whom was referred the Petition of Thomas Bill:
“ they may be heard by their Counsel, Agents, and Boddington Gentleman, praying Leave to bring in a
« Witnesses against the said Bill; and that the same may Private Bill for the Purposes therein mentioned :
“ not pass into a Law as it now stands:”
It is ORDERED, That the said Petition be referred to
the Committee, to whom the faid Bill stands committed ;
and that the Petitioners be at Liberty to be heard against Bill read. Hodie 1. vice lecta ex Billa, intituled, “ An A& for the same as defired; and that Counsel be heard for “ vesting certain Estates in the surviving Trustee under the Bill
, at the fame Time, if they think fit. “ the Will of Elizabeth Boddington, deceased.”
The House (according to Order) was adjourned during Ld. WellingE. Coventry After reading and considering the Report of the Pleasure, and put into a Committee upon the Bill, inti- ton's Annuity et al. Leave Judges, to whom was referred the Petition of the Right tuled, “ An Aa for settling and securing a certain An- Bill, for a Bill:
Honourable George Earl of Coventry and others, pray “ nuity on Viscount Wellington and the Two next Per-
“ descend, in Confideration of his eminent Services."
After some Time, the House was resumed:
And the Lord Walfingham reported from the Com
mittee, “ That they had gone through the Bill, and Bill read. Hodie vice lecta est Billa, intituled, “ An Act for " directed him to report the same to the House, without “ enabling the Trustees of George Earl of Coventry to
any Amendment." « cut down and fell Timber on the Estates devised to “ him for Life by the Will of his late Father de. The Lord Walsingham reported from the Lords Com- Louth Rozdo « ceased."
mittees, to whom the Bill, intituled, 16 An Act for Bill.
continuing the Term and altering and enlarging the Wakefield Hodie 3* vice lecta eft Billa, intituled, “ An Act for “ Powers of Two Acts, passed in the Tenth and TwenRoad Bills “ continuing the Term and altering and enlarging the
“ tieth Years of His present Majesty, for repairing and « Powers of Two Acts, passed in the Twenty-ninth and
« widening several Roads leading from the Town of “. Thirty-third Years of His present Majesty, for repair
“ Louth, in the County of Lincoln,” was committed : “ ing and widening the Road from Wakefield to Abber.
" That they had considered the said Bill, and examinedford, in the County of York.”
“ the Allegations thereof, which were found to be true;
« and that the Committee had gone through the Bill, The Question was put, “ Whether this Bill, with " and directed him to report the same to the House., " the Amendment, shall pass ?”
" without any Amendment.” It was refolved in the Aflirmative,
Titchfield The Lord Wallingham made the like Report from the « composed of many different Tenements, with diftin& Road Bill.
Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, “ An "Titles, a great Variety of technical Objections were “ Act for repairing, altering, and improving the Road " made, and a long Litigation ensued ; that the Court “ from Titchfield to Cosham, in the County of Southamp. “ of Session pronounced a Number of Interlocutors, sus“ ton," was committed.
“ taining the Petitioner's Title to all the different Tene
ments, except to certain small Parcels called Enoch, Warblington The Lord Walfingham reported from the Lords Com “ and Little Enoch, Portmark, and Polmeadow, the Enclosure mittees, to whom the Bill, intituled, “ An Act for en “ Tenements in Maybole and Teinds conveyed by CrawBill.
“ closing Lands in the Parish of Warblington, in the ford of Ardmillan, which, for Brevity's Sake, were,
County of Southampton," was committed : “ That “ in the Course of the Cause, called The Pendicles, the “ thy had considered the faid Bill, and examined the “ Title to which, in Earl David's Person, was on a “ Allegations thereof, which were found to be true ; “ different Footing from that of any of the other Estates ; “ and that the Parties concerned had given their Con “ the Question as to these Pendicles was, Whether a “ fints, to the Satisfaction of the Committee ; and that general Service by Earl David, as Heir fimply to his “ the Committee had gone through the Bill, and directed “ Brother Thomas Earl of Casillis, was to be construed “ him to report the same to the House without any " and have Effect as a Service as Heir of Provision? " Anendment."
Upon chis Question there was much Difference of
“ Opinion among the Judges, and different Judgments Chieveley The Lord Walfingham made the like Report from the “ were pronounced, but by the ultimate Judgment of Enclosure
Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, “ the Court of Session, the Right of the Petitioner to Bill.
“ Ad for enclosing Lands in the Township or Hamlet of " these Pendicles, as well as to all the other Estates, was “ Chieveley, in the Manor and Parish of Chieveley, in “ recognized; the Appellant, Mr. Blane, having ap“ the County of Berks," was committed.
“ pealed from these Interlocutors to their Lordships, the
“ Cause was heard at great Length in the Course of the Bury, &c. The Lord Walsingham reported from the Lords Com “ Year 1805, when their Lordships were pleased to Roads Bill.
mittees, to whom the Bill, intituled, “ An Act for con • pronounce the following Judgment:
“ so far as the same relate to the Lands and Subjects “ Road from Bury to Haslingden, and from thence to “ contained in the Charter 1774, or in any similar Titles, “ Blackburn and Whalley, all in the County Palatine of “ be, and the same are hereby affirmed: And it is fur" Lancaster; and also for making a Branch of Road from “ther Ordered, that the Cause be remitted back to the “ Portfield, to the West End of the Town of Padiham, Court of Session to review all the Interlocutors, as far " in the same County,” was committed: “That they “ as they respect the Effect of the Service of Earl David “ bad considered the said Bill, and examined the Alle.
“ in 1776, with regard to the Lands of Enoch and Little “ gations thereof, which were found to be true ; and “ Enoch, the Lands of Portmark and Polmeadow, the " that the Committee had gone through the Bill, and “ Tenements of Maybole and Teinds conveyed by “ directed him to report the same to the House, without
Crawford of Ardmillan, or any other Lands or Subany Amendment.
jects the Title to which is in Dispute in this Cause,
“ if any such there be, not ruled by the aforesaid Buckland
The Lord Wallingham made the like Report from the “ Affirmance, and to hear the Parties again as to the Dipham
Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " Effect of the said Service as to the Lands and Teinds, Road Bill.
“ A&t to enlarge the Term and Powers of Two Acts “ and as to the Right to the said Lands and Subjects,
« Cause returning to the Court of Session, the Appel.
“ lant, to the Altonishment of the Petitioners, building Lagemann's
The Lord Walfingham made the like Report from on the Word similar, insisted that their Lordships had Naturaliza the Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, “ remitted to the Court to reconsider the Title to a great tion Bill.
“ An Ad for naturalizing William Lagemann," was “ Variety of Estates, the Titles to which were not committed.
literally similar to those in the Charter 1774, though
" in Substance and Effect precisely the same, and as such Blane against Upon reading the Petition of Archibald Earl of Caf“ enumerated in the former Interlocutors, which had E. Casillis fillis, the Honourable Henry Erskine, and others, Respon. “ been appealed from; after different Steps of Proceed
dents in a Cause depending in this House, to which ing, the Court pronounced the following InterlocuAndrew Blane Esquire, Trustee of Sir Andrew Cathcart “ tor: “ The Lords having advised the mutual MemoBaronet, is Appellant ; setting forth, “ That David late " rials for the Parties, they find that Earl David's “ Earl of Casillis being poffefsed, not only of the ancient “ general Service in 1776, was not a Service as Heir of “ Estate of his Family, descendible along with the Dig- « Provision, to connect him with the Settlement in “ nity, but also of the Estate of Cullean, of which he 1748, or with any similar Deed of. Provision or Seta “ had the absolute Disposal, made a Settlement and “ tlement, and consequently was not sufficient to carry " Entail of the latter, to take Effect at his Death, so “ the Subjects which were specially provided by any " that it might descend in the same way as the old “ such Deed, and were not contained in the Charter “ Family Estate, subject to a Charge for Payment of “ 1774, or any other Title Decd or Charter of a similar “ his Debts, in favour of the Honourable Henry Erskine « Nature; find, that this Description applies to the “ and others, and by virtue of that Settlement the Peti “ Lands of Enoch and Little Enoch, the Lands of Port“ tioner Archibald, now Earl of Casillis, the Heir. Male “ mark and Polmeadow, the Tenements in Maybole, and « of the said Earl David, became entitled to the said “ the Teinds conveyed by Crawford of Ardmillan, and « Estate of Cullean, as well as the entailed Estate of “ that they were not carried by the general Service; “ Casillis ; that nevertheless, Sir Andrew Cathcart Ba 66 therefore sustain the Reasons of Reduction as to these «. ronet, one of the Heirs of Line of the said late Earl, “ Subjects, and so far alter their Interlocutor of 16th of « did, by the Intervention of Mr. Blane the Appellant, “ November 1802, repelthe Defences, and reduce, “ his Trustee, set up a Claim to the said Estate of “ decern, and declare in Terms of the Summons; but “ Cullean, and brought his Action in the Court of “ with regard to the Lands of Macgowanston, Mill of “ Session for fetting aside the Deeds executed by Earl “ Drumgirloch, Dunnymuck, Whitestone, Pennyglen, Ba. “ David; this Action was grounded entirely on alledged rony of Greenau, and Lands of Balvaird, find, - Defects in Earl David's Title, and the Eilate being “ that the Order of the House of Lords contains VOL. XLVII.
no special Remit as to these Lands, nor has the Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of John Brown, Brown
against “ Pursuer sufficiently made out that they fall under Merchant in Saint Andrews, complaining of Five Inter
Coupers. “ the general Remit, or that at any Rate the Inter- locutors of the Lord Ordinary in Scotland, of the 17th “ locutors formerly pronounced as to these Lands, of June, the inth of July, the 12th and 23d of December ” ought to be altered, and therefore adhere to these 1809, and the 31st of January 1810; and also of an “ Interlocutors, and decern." Their Lordlhips will Interlocutor of the Lords of Session there, of the 20th “ perceive, from the Terms of this Interlocutor, that the of February 1810 ; and praying,
" That the same may
though diffatisfied with the First Part, respecting the
It is ORDERED, That the said David Couper, and the
Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Thomas Buchanan
IIth of March, 26th of May, 11th and 28th of June,
of the Second Division of the Lords of Seffion there, of
“ varied, or altered, or that the Appellant may have such « such other Relief, as to this House, in its Wisdom,
6 other Relief in the Premises, as to this House, in their
Lordships great Wisdom, shall seem meet; and that
“ Messieurs Cunningham and Simpson, Silver Platers in
It is Ordered, That the said Messieurs Cunningham
and Simpson may have a Copy of the said Appeal, and do E. Caflillis Upon reading the Petition of Andrew Blane Esquire, put in their Answer or respective Answers thereunto, in et al. against Writer to the Signet, Respondent in a Cause depending Writing, on or before Monday the gth Day of April Blane.
in this House, to which Archibald Earl of Cafjillis and next; and Service of this Order upon the said Re-
ORDERED, That the Lords following be appointed a Committee “ Parts of the same Interlocutors, in the same Cause, Select Committee, to enquire into the Effect likely to be
Distillation “ in which the present Petitioner is Appellant, and the produced by a further Continuance of the Prohibition from Grain. “ Earl of Casillis and others are Respondents; that the of Distillation from Grain, and generally into the Cir“ Petitioner has been served with Notice, that Applica. cumstances which may tend to the Encouragement and “ tion is to be made to their Lordships to have a Bye- Protection of the agricultural Interests of the United “ Day appointed for hearing of that last-mentioned Kingdom ; and to report to the House: “ Cause; but it has been intimated, that the Parties “ making fuch Application will oppose the granting of Ld. Privy Seal.
L. Clifton. a Bye.Day for hearing the present Cause, in which D. Bedford.
L. Grenville. as may be granted by their Lordships, when the At- Ld. Steward.
L. Douglas of “ tendance of Scots Counsel can be had, the Petitioner
Lochleven. “ prays, That this Cause may be appointed for hearing
E. Winchilfea &
L. Hood of Cather“ immediately after the Cause before-mentioned, in
ington. " which the Petitioner is Appellant, and the Earl of
L. Harewood. “ Cassillis and others are Respondents :"
ÖRDERED, That the said Address be presented to His
Majesty by the Lords with White Staves.
ORDERED, That an humble Address be presented to
“ To request that His Majesty will be
“ ciously pleased to order, that there be laid before this E. Limerick:
" House, Extract of all such Part of the Correspondence V. Melville.
“ between His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State, V. Sidmoutb.
" and His Envoy, Ambassador, or Minister Plenipoten-
Thursday next, at Three o'clock, in the Prince's to be adopted by the supreme Government of that,
“ Restriction and Regulation of the African Slave
Trade." Papers te ORDERED, That all the Reports and Papers relative ORDERED, That the said Address be presented to His ferred to the to the Distilleries, before this House, be referred to the Majesty by the Lords with White Staves. Committee. said Committee.
ORDERED, That an humble Address be presented to Message to ORDERED,That a Message be sent to the House of Com. His Majesty," To request that His Majesty will be graH. C. for
“ To request that they will be pleased to communi “ ciously pleased to order, that there be laid before this
mons, Papers rela
“ House, “ Extract of such Part of the Correspondence tive to the
“ cate to this House, a Copy of the Correspondence and Scots Diftil. “ Statements relative to the Scotch Distilleries, presented to “ between His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State, leries. “ the House of Commons on the 21st of February 1798,
“ and the Envoy or Minister in the United States of
" the mutual Assistance afforded or to be afforded by
“ His Majesty or the United States, towards carrying into
“ full Execution their respective Laws for the Abolition Slave Trade ORDERED, That an humble Address be presented to " of the African Slave Trade.” Abolition, His Majesty,
“ To request that His Majesty will be graAddresses
ORDERED, That the faid Address be presented to His refpe&ing
“ ciously pleased to order, that there be laid before this Majesty by the Lords with White Staves.
The House being informed, “That Mr. Johnson, from Annual Re“ which, in compliance with the Prayer contained in
“ the Office of the Chief Secretary for Ireland, at- venue Ae“ the Address of this House to His Majesty of 24th a tended :"
Ireland, &c. “ June 1806, relate to the Establishment of any Concert
He was called in, and delivered at the Bar, pursuant " or Agreement with Foreign Powers for abolishing the
African Slave Trade, and for affording Aflistance to the Directions of an Ad of Parliament ; “ mutually towards carrying into Execution any Regu.
“ An Account respecting the Consolidated Fund of « lations which may be adopted by any or all of the “ Ireland, for the Year ended the 5th of January s contracting Parties, for accomplishing their common
Also, “ Accounts respecting the Trade and Navigation
Also, “ Account of the Total actual Expenditure
ORDERED, That the said Address be presented to His “ 5th January 1810."
And also, “ An Abstract of the Receipts and Issues
« of the Treasury in Ireland, for the Year ending the
And then he withdrew.
And the said List, being read by the Clerk ;
Accounts « dual Abolition of the African Slave Trade.”
delivered. ORDERED, That the said Addrefs be presented to His
He was called in, and delivered at the Bar, pursuant
to the Directions of an Ad of Parliament,
• fpondence between His Majesty's Secretary of State and “ the Chamberlain of the City of London, in pursuance
the ist of January 1808, as relates to the Measures “ cleansing the Vaults, Drains, and Sewers within the
partial Restriction and Regulation of the African Slave « from the 29th September 1808 exclusive, to the 29th