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Also, “ An Account of Money received and paid by

Which being objected to ;
" the Chamberlain of the City of London, in pursuance
“ of an Act for making a Street or Opening from Moore

The Question was put thereupon ?
fields opposite Chiswell Street towards the East into

It was resolved in the Negative. Bishopsgate Street, &c. from the 29th of September “ 1808 exclusive, to the 29th of September 1809 in. Upon reading the Petition of His Majesty's Subjects Petition of c clusive."

professing the Roman Catholic Religion in Ireland, Roman Ca. Also, “ An Account of Money received and paid by whose Names are thereunto subscribed, on behalf of tholics of

Ireland. " the Chamberlain of the City of London, for lighting, themselves and others ; fetting forth, “ That the Peti” watching, cleansing, and repairing Blackfriars Bridge

“ tioners did in the Years, 1805 and 1808 humbly pe“ from the 29th of September 1808 exclusive, to the " tition this House, praying the total Abolition of " 29th of September 1809 inclusive.”

“ those Penal Laws which aggrieve the Catholics of Also, “ A Statement of Money received and paid by

Ireland; they now feel themselves obliged, in Justice " the Chamberlain of the City of London, in pursuance

" to themselves, their families, and their Country, once « of an Act of Parliament of the 47th of George the

more to folicit the Attention of this House to the
66 Third, on account of the Market established for the “ Subject of their faid Petitions. They state that the

« Roman Catholics constitute the most numerous and
“ Sale of Coals, &c. from 31st December 1808 exclu-
“five, to the 31st of December 1809 inclusive.”

“ encreasing Portion of the Inhabitants of Ireland, com-
Also, “ An Account of Money received and paid by

prizing an immense Majority of the manufacturing, 6 the Chamberlain of the City of London, in pursuance trading, and agricultural Interests, and amounting « of an -Act of Parliament of the 47th of George the

“ to at least Four Fifths of the Irish Population; that “ Third, of the Metage Duty on Coals, from the 31st they contribute largely to the Exigencies of their “ of December 1808 exclusive, to the 31st of December “ Country Civil and Military ; that they pay the far “ 1809 inclusive."

greater Part of the Public and Local Taxes; that Also, “ An Account of Money received and paid by

they supply. the Armies and Navies of this Empire “ the Chamberlain of the City of London, in pursuance

“ with upwards of One Third Part in Number of the " of several Acts, for widening and improving the En

“ Soldiers and Sailors employed in the Public Service; “ trance into the City of London, near Temple Bar, and

“ and that, notwithstanding heavy Discouragements, they " for making a more commodious Street or Pallage at

“ form the principal constituent Part of the Strength, Snow Hill, from 31st December 1808 exclusive, to the

Wealth, and Industry of Ireland ; yet such is the “ 31st December 1809 inclusive.”

“ grievous Operation of those Penal Laws of which Also, “ An Account of Money received and paid by they complain, that the Roman Catholics are thereby “ the Chamberlain of the City of London, in pursuance

not only set apart from their Fellow-Subjects, as “ of an Act for enabling the Lord Mayor, Aldermen,

“ Aliens in this their Native Land, but are ignomi. " and Commons of the City of London, to purchase the niously and rigorously proscribed from almost all present Tolls and Duties payable for navigating upon

" Situations of Public Trust, Honour, or Emolument, " the River Thames, from the 29th of September 1808

“ including every Public Function and Department “ exclusive, to the 29th of September 1809 inclusive.” “ from the Houses of Legislature down to the most

Also, “ An Account of Money received and paid by petty Corporations. They state, that whenever the “ the Chamberlain of the City of London, in pursuance “ Labour of public Duty is to be exacted and en. “ of an Act, for authorizing the Advancement of fur « forced, the Catholic is fought out and selected; where “ ther Sums of Money out of the Consolidated Fund,

“ Honours or Rewards are to be dispensed, he is neg“ to be applied to the Improvement of the Port of Lon “ lected and contemned; where the Military and Naval "don, from 31st December 1808 exclusive, to the zıst

“ Strength of the Empire is to be recruited, the CathoDecember 1809 inclusive.”

“ lics are eagerly solicited, nay compelled to bear at Also, “ An Account of Money received and paid

6 least their full Share in the Perils of Warfare, and in « by the Chamberlain of the City of London, towards

" the lowest Ranks ; but when Preferment and Promodefraying the Costs and Charges of maintaining, re

“ tion (the dear and legitimate Prize of successful Valor) “ pairing, altering, and renewing the Mooring Chains

are to be distributed as Rewards of Merit, no Laurels “ in the River Thames, &c. from the 31st of December are destined to grace a Catholic's Brow, or to fit the “.1808 exclusive, to the 31st of December 1809 in " Wearer for Command. They state thus generally the « clusive."

“ grievous Condition of the Roman Catholics of Ireland, Also, “ An Account of Money received and paid by

“ occafioned solely by the fatal Influence and Operation " the Chamberlain of the City of London, in pursuance

“ of those Penal Laws; and though they forbear to enter « of an Act, for rendering more commodious, and for “ into greater Detail, yet they do not the less trust to the “ better regulating the Port of London, from 31st

" Influence of Reason and Justice (which eventually must « December 1808 exclusive, to the 31st December 1809 “ prevail) for effecting a full and deliberate Enquiry 66 inclusive.”

“ into their Grievances, and accomplishing their effectual And also, “ An Account of Money received and paid

“ Relief: They do beg leave, however, most folemnly, by the Chamberlain of the City of London, in pursu.

to press upon the Attention of this House, the imminent " ance of an Act of the 42d of George the Third, arising “ public Dangers which necessarily result from so inverted “ by the Sale of Premises in the Ne of Dogs, &c. from an Order of Things, and fo vicious and unnatural a “ the 31st December 1808 exclusive, to the 31st of De System of Legislation; a System which has long been the “ cember 1809 inclusive."

« Reproach of this Nation, and is unparalleled through

out modern Christendom; and they state it as their And then he withdrew.

“ fixed Opinion, that to restore to the Catholics of And the Titles thereof, being read by the Clerk ;

Ireland á full, equal, and unqualified Participation

«s of the Benefits of the Laws and Constitution of
ORDERED, That the said Accounts do lie on the

England, and to withdraw all the Privations, Restric-
Table.

" tions, and vexatious Distinctions, which oppress, in. British In The Order of the Day being read, for the Lords to

jure, and afflict them in their Country, is now become fantry, Mo- be summoned :

“ á Measure not merely expedient, but absolutely neceftion for Ad.

“ sary; not only a Debt of Right, due to a complaining dress respect

It was moved, “ That an humble Address be pre “ People, but perhaps the last remaining Resource of
ing, nega.
tived. “ sented to His Majesty, to request, That His Majesty “ this Empire, in the Preservation of which they take so

“ will be graciously pleased to order that there be laid “ deep an Interest; and therefore praying this House
“ before this Houte, « A Return of the Regular British to take into their most serious Confideration, the Na.
" Infantry fit for immediate Service in Great Britain “ ture, Extent, and Operation of the aforesaid Penal
“ and Ireland, up to the latest Period to which such “ Laws, and by repealing the same altogether, to restore
6 Return can be made out."

" to the Roman Catholics of Ireland those Liberties so
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long withheld, and their due Share in that constitution of February last; feveral Papers relative to Portugal “ which they in common with their Fellow Subjects of and Spain ; together with a List thereof ; (videlicet) every other Description contribute, by Taxes, Arms,

"

Copy of a Dispatch from Lord Viscount " and Industry, to sustain and defend."

Caftlereagh to Lieutenant General Sir Arthur Wela It is ORDERED, That the said Petition do lie on the lesley K. B. dated Downing Street 2d April 1809.” Table.

2. “ Ditto to Ditto, dated 3d April 1809.

3. Petition of

“ Ditto to Ditto, dated 11th April 1809. Upon reading the Petition of the Roman Catholics of Roman Ca.

" Ditto to Ditto, dated 14th April 1809. the County and City of Cork, whose Names are thereunto

5. “ Ditto to Ditto, dated 25th May 1809.' Cork. subscribed, on Behalf of themselves and others His Ma.

6. “ Ditto to Ditto, dated 26th May : 809." jesty's Subjects professing the Roman Catholic Reli

7. “ Ditto to Ditto, dated 6th June 1809. gion in Ireland; setting forih, " That the Roman

8.“ Extract of a Dispatch from Ditto to Ditto, dated i Catholics of Ireland, amounting to Four Millions at

“ 11th July 1809." « least of His Majesty's Subjects, constituting a large

9. “ Copy of a Dispatch from Ditto to Ditto, dated “ Majority of the Population of that Part of the United

“ 4th August 1809.' “ Kingdom, and contributing largely and liberally to

io. “ Ditto to Ditto, dated 12th August 1809." encrease the Revenues, and to recruit the Fleets and

11: “ Ditto to Ditto, fame Date.” “ Armies of the Empire, have long suffered, and do still

“ Ditto to Ditto, dated 21st August 1809.“ suffer, from the Restraint of Laws, humiliating in their

13. “ Ditto to Lieutenant-General Lord Viscount “ Provisions, and most injurious in their Effects; their

** Wellington K. B., dated 14th September 1809." “ Services to the Country have been at all Times conspicuous and important; at Home they have improved « Sir Arthur Wellesley K. B. to Lord Viscount Caftle

“ Copy of a Dispatch from Lieutenant-General “ and extended the Arts, Agriculture, and Manufac

reagh, dated Lisbon, 27th April 1809. Received 14th “ tures ; Abroad they have promoted the Success and

May." “ exalted the Glory of the British Arms; yet are they

15. “ Ditto to Ditto, dated Coimbra, 7th May 1809. “ ignominiously proscribed from all the higher Ranks

“ Received 24th May.“ of Trust or Honour in the State, shut out from the just

16. “ Ditto to Ditto, dated Oporto, 12th May 1809. “ Rewards of a laudable Ambition, and degraded below

66 Received 24th May." “ the Condition of the meanest of their Fellow Subjects :

17.

“ Ditto to Ditto, dated Monte Allegre, 18th May “ Under these Circumstances, they do beg Leave most

1809. Received 2d June.“ earnestly to solicit the Attention of this House, to

18. “ Ditto :o Ditto, dated Braga, 20th May 1809. " the imminent Dangers which must result from a

66 Received 2d June.
System of Legislature fo oppressive and impolitic, at
« a Time when one mighty Enemy has laid proftrate « Received 8th June."

19. “ Ditto to Ditto, dated Coimbra, 31st May 1809. “ almost every other Nation of Europe, rendered inca

“ Ditto to Ditto, fame Date. Received same “ pable of effectual Resistance by the Discontents and

66 Date.”
" Disunion of their People, and when the Safety of their
“ own is threatened by the same powerful and impla: “ Received 5th July.

21. “ Ditto to Ditto, dated Tbomar, 7th June 1809. « cable Foe; and they do beg leave to state, that to

22. “ Ditto to Ditto, dated Abrantes, 11th June “ restore to the Roman Catholics of Ireland a full and

“. 1809. Received 8th July.“ unqualified Participation in the Benefits of the Consti

23.

“ Ditto to Ditto, dated Abrantes, 17th June
" tution of their Country, and to remove all the Re-
• strictions and vexatious Distinctions which affect them,

1809. Received fame Date."
24.

“ Ditto to Ditto, dated Castello Branco, ist July “ is now become a Measure absolutely necessary for the

1809. Received 28th July. “ Preservation of this Kingdom from the Perils which

25. “ Ditto to Ditto, fame Date. Received same 6 surround it : They therefore pray this House to take

66 Date.” « into its most serious Consideration the Nature, Extent, « and Operation of the aforesaid Penal Laws, and by « Sir Arthur Wellesley K. B. to Lord Viscount Castle

26. “ Copy of a Dispatch from Lieutenant-General “ repealing the same altogether, to restore to the Roman " Catholics of Ireland those Rights so long withheld,

reagh, dated Placentia, 15th July 1809. Received " and their due Share in that Constitution which they

27. “ Ditto to Ditto, dated Talavera de la Reyna, “ in common with their Fellow Subjects of every other

“ 24th July 1809. Received fame Date. " Description contribute, by Taxes, by Arms, and by

With Two

« Enclosures." Industry to sustain and defend :"

“ First Enclosure, referred to in No. 27.-“Extract Ii is ORDERED, That the said Petition do lie on the

(5 of a Letter from Lieutenant-General Sir Arthur Table.

Wellesley K. B. to Major-General O'Donoghue,

dated Placentia, 16th July 1809." Admiral Sir ORDERED, That there be laid before this House ; “ Second Enclosure, referred to in No. 27.-" ExR. Strachan's

" tract of a Letter from General O'Donoghue to Letters re“ Copy of a Letter from Rear Admiral Sir Richard

- Lieutenant-General Sir Arthur Wellesley K. B., fpecting E. 6 John Strachan, to John Wilson Croker Esquire, dated

“ dated Navalmoral, 19th July, 12 o'Clock ~ 28th February 1810, on Lord Chatham's having pro. Statement,

« P. M." “ duced a private Note of the Rear Admiral's respecting

28. “ Copy of a Dispatch from Lieutenant-General • Provisions, &c.”

“ Sir Arthur Wellesley K. B. to Lord Viscount CastleAlso, “ Copy of a Letter from Rear Admiral Sir Richard John Strachan to John Wilson Croker Esquire,

reagh, dated Talavera de la Reyna, 29th July 1809.

“ Received 14th Auguft."
“ dated 5th March 1810, respecting the Statement of
the Larl of Chatham."

Which List, being read by the Clerk;
Also, " Copy of a Paper, intituled, “ Observations
on the Earl of Chatham's Statement of his Proceedings,

ORDERED, That the said Papers do lie on the

Table.
“ dated 15th Oelober 1809, presented to the King 14th
« February 1810;” and signed R. J. Strachan Rear ORDERED, That the faid Papers be printed.
“ Admiral, London, 5th March 1810."

The Earl of Liverpool also laid

before the House, purAnd also, “ Copy of a Letter from Rear Admiral suant to an Address io His Majesty of Monday the 19th “ Sir Richard John Strachun to John Wilson Croker Day of February last ; “ Esquire, dated 6th March 1810, enclosing One from ·

“ Copy of a Letter from Viscount Caftlereagh to " Rear Admiral Sir Richard Keats.

“ Colonel Sir G. Smith, dated Downing Street, 18th Portugal

« December 1808." and Spain, The Earl of Liverpool laid before the House, pursuant Papers rela to an Address to His Majesty of Monday the 19th Day

And the Title thereof, being read by the Clerk; VOL. XLVII.

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ORDERED, That the said Paper do lie on the Table.
ORDERED, That the said Paper be printed.

The Lord Wellesley (by His Majesty's Command) laid before the House, pursuant to an Address to His Majesty of Monday the 19th Day of February last, several Papers relative to Spain and Portugal; together with a List thereof ; (videlicct)

No. 1. “ Dispatch from Mr. Secretary Canning to the “ Right Honourable J. H. Frere, dated the 12th of

April 1809."

2. “ Dispatch from the Right Honourable J.H. Frere to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated Seville, 25th April “ 1809. With Ten Enclosures :

ró First Enclosure in No. 2.--" Letter from Mr.

Frere to Sir J. Craddock, dated Seville, 21st

April 1809." “ Second Enclosure in No. 2.-“ Letter from Jo

seph Bonaparte to General Sebastiani, dated “ Madrid, 9th April 1809. With Translation.” 66 Third Enclosure in No.2.-" Letter from Mar

“ fhal Jourdan to General Sebastiani, dated Ma.

drid, roth April 1809. With Translation.” “ Fourth Enclosure in No. 2,-* Translation of a

“ Letter from General Belliard to General Sebas

" tiani, dated Madrid, roh April 1809." “ Fifth Enclosure in No. 2.--" Translation of a

“ Letter from M. Cornel to General Cuesta, dated

Seville, 20th April 1809."
“ Sixth Enclosure in No. 2.-" Translation of a

“ Statement of the French Force in Estremadura.
Seventh Enclosure in No. 2.—“Translation of a
“ Letter from Mr. Frere to General Cuesta, dated
Seville, 22d April 1809."
Eighth Enclosure in No. 2.-" Translation of a

Report from General Cuesta to M. de Cornel,
« dated Monasterio, 21st April 1809."
“ Ninth Enclosure in No. 2.-" Translation of a

“ Report from General Cuesta to M. de Cornel,

dated Monafterio, 23d April 1809.” “ Tenth Enclosure in No. 2.-" Translation of a

Report from General Venegas to M. de Cornel,

« dated St. Elena, 23d April 1809." 3. “ Extract of a Dispatch from the Right Honour« able J. H. Frere - to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated Seville, 8th May 1809. With Seven Enclosures."

“ First Enclosure in No. 3.-“ Letter from Sir

Arthur Wellesley to Mr. Frere, dated Lisbon,

“ 24th April 1809." “ Second Enclosure in No. 3.-“ Letter from Mr.

Frere to Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Seville,

• 4th May 1809.” 66 Third Enclosure in No.3.-" Translation of a

Letter from General Cuesta to M. de Cornel,

“6 dated Monasterio, 3d May 1809." * Fourth Enclosure in No. 3.-“ Letter from Sir

. Arthur Wellesley to Mr. Frere, dated Villa

Franca, 29th April 1809." “ Fifth Enclosure in No. 3. -—" Letter from Sir “ Arthur W'ellesley to M. De Garay, dated Villa

Franca, 29th April 1809." “ Sixth Enclosure in No. 3.-“ Letter from Sir

Arthur Wellesley to General Cuesta, dated Villa

Franca, 29th April 1809." “ Seventh Enclosure in No. 3.-" Translation of a

“ Letter from General Cuesta to Mr. Frere, dated " Monasterio, 30th April 1809."

Dispatch from the Right Honourable J. 11. Frere to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated Seville, 9th June 1809. " With One Enclosure.

Enclosure in No.4.-“ Extract of a Dispatch

“ from Mr. Frere to Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated

“ gth June 1809." 5. “ Extract of a Dispatch from the Right Honour“ able J. H. Frere to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated « Seville, 16th June 1809.

6. “ Extract of a Dispatch from the Right Honour“ able J. H. Frere to Mr. Secretary Cunning, dated “ Sevile, 26th June 1809.

7. “ Extract of a Dispatch from the Right Honour" able J. H. Frere to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated “ Seville, 3d July 1809. With One Enclosure.

Enclosure in No.7.-" Translation of a Letter

“ from General Cuesta to M. de Cornel, dated .“ Head Quarters, Bridge of Almaraz, 26th June

1809. 8.“ Extract of a Dispatch from the Right Honour“ able J. H. Frere to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated “ 10th July 1809. With Two Enclosures.

« First Enclosure in No. 8.-" Letter from Mar.

“ Ihal Soult to jofepi Bonaparte, dated Puebla de Sanavria, 25th June 1809. With Trans

“ lation." " Second Enclosure in No. 8.-" Letter from Mar

“ fhal Soult to Joseph Bonaparte, dated Puebla de

Sanavria, 25th June 1809. With Translation." 9. “ Dispatch from the Right Honourable J. H. Frere to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated Seville, with July, 1809. With One Enclolure. “ Enclosure in No.9.-"Letter from Mr.Frere to Sir

ArthurWellesley, dated Seville, 8th July 1809." 10. “Extract of a Dispatch from the Right Honour“ able J. H. Frere to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated Se" aille, 19th July 1809. With Three Enclosures.

“ First Enclosure in No. 10.- Letter from Sir A.Wellesley to Mr. Frere, dated Placentia, 1 3th

July 1809. “ Second Enclosure in No. 10.-" Translation of a

“ Letter from General Venegas to M. de Cornel,

dated St. Cruz de Mudela, 14th July 1809.' • Third Enclosure in No. 10.--" Translation of a

“ Letter from the Duke del Parque to M. de Cor. " nel, dated Ciudad Rodrigo, roth July 1809."

“ Extract of a Dispatch from the Right Honour“ able J. H. Frere to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated Se. ville, 22d July 1809. With Six Enclosures. « First Enclosure in No. 11.-“ Letter from Sir

A. Wellesley to Mr. Frere, dated Placentia, 16th

July 1809 66 Second Enclosure in No. 11.-" Letter from Sir

Arthur IVellesley to General O'Donoghue, dated

Placentia, 16th July 1809." “ Third Enclosure in No. 11.-" Translation, of a

“ Letter from General Venegas to M. de Cornel,

« dated St. Cruz de Mudela, iSth July 1809." ( Fourth Enclosure in No. 11.- Translation of a

“ Letter from General Venegas to M. de Cornel,

dated Valdepenas, 19th July 1809." cc Fifth Enclosure in No. 11. Translation of a

“ Letter from General Cuela to M. de Cornel,

dated Casas del Puerto, 18th July 1809.” « Sixth Enclosure in No. 11.-“ Translation of a

“ Letter from General Cuesta to M. de Cornel, 66 dated Naval Moral, syth July 1809."

• Extract of a Dispatch from the Right Honour“ able J. H. Frere to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated Sea ville, 4th August 1809. With Eighteen Enclosures.

“ First Enclosure in No. 12.- Translation of a

Letter from General Cuesta to M. de Cornel,

“ dated Talavera de la Reyna, 22d July 1809. 66 Second Enclosure in No. 12.-'i Translation of

a Letter from General Cucta to M. de Cornel, dated Talavera de la Reyna, 23d July 1809.' « Third Enclosure in No. 12.- Translation of a

“ Letter from General Cuisia to M. de Cornel, “ dated Head Quarters, Del Bravo, 24th July

1809."
« Fourth Enclosure in No. 12.-" Translation of a

“ Letter from General Cuesta to M. de Cornel,
“ dated St. Ollala, 25th July 1809."
Fifth Enclosure in No. 12. - Translation of a
“ Letter from General Cuesta to M. de Cornel,

6 dated St. Ollala, 25th July 1809."
" Sixth Enclofure in No. 12.- Translation of a

“ Letter from General Cuesta to M. de Cornel,

“ dated Camp on the Alberche, 26th July 1809. « Seventh Enclosure in No. 12.-" Translated " Extract of a Letter from the Duke d’Albik querque, dated Talavera, 31st July 1809.” 5

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* Eighth Enclosure in No. 12.-" Translation of a “ Letter from General Cuesta to General Venegas,

“ Letter from General Cuesta to M. de Cornel, “ dated Talavera, ist August 1809." “ dated Talavera, 28th July 1809."

“ Seventh Enclosure in No. 14.-" Translation of « Ninth Enclosure in No. 12. -" Translation of a

“ a Letter from General Venegas to General “ Letter from Generał Cuesta to M. de Cornel,

Cuesta, dated Ocana, 2d Augast 1809." “ dated Talavera, 29th July 1809.

“ Eighth Enclosure in No.14.-" Translation of a " Tenth Enclosure in No. 12.-Translation of a “ Letter from General Venegas to M. de Cornels

“ Letter from General Cuesta to M. de Cornel, “ dated Ocana, 4th August 1809." “ dated Talavera, 30th July 1809."

“ Ninth Enclosure in No. 14.-" Translation of a « Eleventh Enclosure in No. 12.- - Translation of “ Letter from General Cuesta to General Venegas,

a Letter from General Cuesta to M. de Cornel, " dated Talavera, August 3d, 1809." “ dated Talavera, 31st July 1809."

“ Tenth Enclosure in No. 14.-“ Letter from 6 Twelfth Enclosure in No. 12.-" Translation of “ Mr. Frere to the Marquis Wellesley, dated Se.

“ a Letter from General Cuesta to M. de Cornel, « ville, August 9th, 1809." “ dated Talavera, ist Auguft 1809."

“ Eleventh Enclosure in No. 14.-“ Translation of “ Thirteenth Enclosure in No. 12.- Translation “ a Letter from General Cuesta to M. Cornel,

of a Letter from General Venegas to M. de “ dated Argobispo, August 4th, 1809."
Cornel, dated Tembleque, 28th July 1809." “ Twelfth Enclofure in No. 14.-" Translation of
66 Fourteenth Enclosure in No. 12.-" Translation

a Letter from General Cuesta to M. Cornel,
“ of a Letter from General Venegas to M. de “ dated Argobispo, August 6th, 1809."
Cornel, dated Ocana, 29th July 1809."

- Thirteenth Enclosure in No. 14.- Translation « Fifteenth Enclosure in No. 12. - Translation “ of a Letter from Mr. Frere to M. de Garay,

« of a Letter from General Venegas to M. de “ dated Seville, August 9th, 1809."
Cornel, dated Ocana, 29th July 1809.".

“ Fourteenth Enclosure in No. 14.-" Translation “ Sixteenth Enclosure in No. 12.-" Translation

“ of a Letter from General Venegas to M. Cornel, “ of a Letter from General Venegas to M. de

dated Ocana, 5th August 1809." “ Cornel, dated Ocana, 30th July 1809.”

“ Fifteenth Enclosure in No. 14.-" Translation of " Seventeenth Enclosure in No.12.- Translation

“ a Letter from General Venegas to M. Cornel, “ of a Letter from General Venegus to M. de “ dated Tembleque, 6th August 1809.” '" Cornel, dated Ocana, 30th July 1809."

“ Sixteenth Enclosure in No. 14.- Translation “ Eighteenth Enclosure in No. 12 –“ Translation “ of a Letter from the Duke del Parque to

“ of a Letter from General Venegas to M. de “ M. Cornel, dated Ciudad Rodrigo, 3d August
Cornel, dated Ocana, zoth July 1809."

“ 1809."
13. Dispatch from the Right Honourable 1. H. Frere " Seventeenth Enclosure in No. 14.-" Translation
« to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated Seville, 5th August “ of a Letter from the Duke del Parque to
1809. With Eight Enclosures.

ci M. Cornel, dated Ciudad Rodrigo, August 3d, « First Enclosure in No. 13.-" Letter from Sir “ 1809." Arthur Wellesley to Mr. Frere, dated Talavera, “ Eighteenth Enclosure in No. 14.-" Diary of 24th July 1809."

“ the Proceedings of the French Army in Old « Second Enclosure in No. 13.--" Letter from “ Cafile."

“ Mr. Frere to M. de Garay, dated Seville, 27th " Nineteenth Enclosure in No. 14.-" Translation
July 1809."

“ of a Letter from the Duke del Parque to « Third Enclosure in No. 13.-" Translation of a “ General Beresford, dated Ciudad Rodrigo, ist

Letter from M. de Garay to Mr. Frere, dated “ August 1809;
Seville, 29th July 1809.

". Twentieth Enclosure in No. 14.-" Translation “ Fourth Enclosure in No.13.-" Translation of a . “ 'of a Letter from M. de Garay to Mr. Frere,

« Letter from M. de Garay to the Junta of “ dated Seville, 9th August 1809."
Badajoz, dated Seville, 27th July 1809.”

“ Twenty-first Enclosure in No. 14. — “ Letter “ Fifth Enclosure in No.13.-" Translation of a

" from Marshal Jourdan to Marshal Soult, dated « Letter from M. de Cornel to General Cuelta,

Burgar, 30th July 1809. With Translation.” 6 dated Seville, 27th July 1809.".

« Twenty-second Enclosure in No. 14.-“ Letter “ Sixth Enclosure in No. 13.-“ Letter from Sir “ from Joseph Bonaparte to the Governor of

Arthur Wellesley to Mr. Frere, dated Talavera, « Avila, dated Jargas, 31st July 1809. With
“ 31st July 18.9."

66 Translation.”
“ Seventh Enclosure in No. 13.-" Translation of " Twenty-third Enclosure in No. 14.-" Transla-

a Letter from M. de Garay to Sir Arthur W'el « tion of a Letter from the Army of Estrenadura, « lesley, dated Seville, 27th July 1809."

“ dated Azular, 4th August 1809." Eighth Enclosure in No. 13. — " Letter from

15 “ Dispatch from the Right Honourable J. H. “ Mr. Frere to Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Seville, « Frere to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated 10th August 30 August 1809."

“ 1809. With Two Enclosures. 14. Copy of a Dispatch from the Right Honourable “ First Enclosure in No. 15.-" Translation of a J. H. Freré to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated August 's Note from M. de Garay to Mr. Frere, dated c roth, 1809. With Twenty-three Enclosures.

Seville, joth August 1809."
“ First Enclosure in No. 14.-" Letter from Mr. “ Second Enclosure in No. 15.-" Translation of a

Frere to the Marquis Wellesley, dated Seville, “ Letter from Mr. Frere to M. de Garay, dated
“ 8th August 1809.

Seville, roth August 1809."
“ Second Enclosure in No.14.-“ Translation of a
Letter from General Cuesta to M. Cornel, dated

Which List, being read by the Clerk;
“ Head Quarters, Talavera la Reyna, ist August ORDERED, That the said Papers do lie on the Table.
* Third Enclosure in No. 14.-“ Translation of a

ORDERED, That the said Papers be printed.
“ Letter from General Cuesta to M. Cornel, dated
Talavera, 2d August 1809."

ORDERED, That a Select Conimittee be appointed, to Committee to 66 Fourth Enclosure in No. 14.-" Translation of a

take into Consideration the present State of the Affairs consider Af“ Letter from General Cuesta to M. Cornel

, dated of the East India Company, and report to the House ; eart India (videlicet)

Company. “ Talavera, 3d August 1809." “ Fifth Enclosure in No. 14.-" Translation of a D. Somerset.

L. St. John of Letter from General Cuefta to General Venegas, M. Lansdowne.

Bletfoe. dated Talavera, 31st July 1809."

L. Clifton. 6 Sixth Enclosure in No. 14.- Translation of a E. Aberdeen.

L. Napier.

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E. Cowper.

L, King.

Papers relative to Spain and Portugal; together with
E. Graham.

L. Holland,

Lifts thereof; (videlicet)
E. Buckingham

L. Eliot.

No. 1. “ Copy of a Letter from Lieutenant General
Jhire.

L. Boringdon. “ Sir Arthur Wellesley, K. B. to Lord Viscount Caftle-
E. Hardwicke.

L. Grenville.

reagh, dated Talaverd, ist August 1809. Received
E. Bathurst.

L. Wellesley. “ 14th Auguft."
E. Mount Edg-

L. Carysfort. 2.“ Ditto to Ditto, fame Date. Received fame Date."
cumbe.

L. Redesdale.

3:

“ Ditto to Ditto, dated Deleytosa, 8th August 1809. E. Liverpool.

L. Arden.

“ With Seven Enclosures. Received 30th August." E. Rosslyn.

L. Lauderdale.

“ First Enclosure in No. 3.-—“Extract of a Letter E. Clancarty.

from Lieutenant General Sir Arthur Wellesley, E. Rolle.

“ K. B. to Marshal Beresford, dated Placentia, E. Grey.

“ 17th July 1809.” E. Harrowby.

“ Second Enclosure in No. 3.—“Copy of a Letter

“ from Lieutenant General Sir Arthur Wellesley, V. Melville.

“ K. B. to Major General O'Donoghue, dated V. Sidmouth.

Talavera, 31st July 1809." Their Lordships, or any Five of them, to meet

“ Third Enclosure in No.3.—“ Copy of a Letter on Thursday next, at One o'Clock, in the

from Sir Robert IVilson to Lieutenant General Prince's Lodgings, near the House of Peers ;

“ Sir Arthur Wellesley, K, B. dated Monbello, and to adjourn as they please.

“ 2d August 1809."

“ Fourth Enclosure in No. 3.—“Copy of a Letter Adjour. Dominus Cancellarius declaravit præsens Parliamen

« from Sir Robert Wilson to Colonel Murray,
tum continuandum esse usque ad et in diem Martis, “ dated Monbello, ad August 1809."
decimum tertium diem instantis Martii, horå undecima

• Fifth Enclosur in No. 3.-" Copy of a Letter
Aurora, Dominis fic decernentibus.

“ from Lieutenant General Sir Arthur Wellesley,
“ K. B. to Major General O'Donoghue, dated

. Oropesa, 3d August 1809, Two P. M.”
« Sixth Enclosure in No. 3.—“ Copy of a Letter

from General O'Donoghue to Sir Arthur Wel.
I E Martis, 13° Martii 1810.

lesley, dated Talavera, 3d August 1809."

“ Seventh Enclosure in No. 3.—"Copy of a Letter Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales præsentes

“ from Lieutenant General Sir Arthur Wellesley, fuerunt:

“ K. B. to Major General O'Donoghue, dated Epus. Ceftrien. Ds. Eldon, Cancel Ds. St. John of Bletfoe.

Oropesa, 3d August 1809."
larius.
Ds. Walsingham.

4.

Copy of a Letter from Lieutenant General Sir
Ds. Arden.

Arthur Wellesley, K. B. to Lord Viscount Castle-
Dux Norfolk, Marel-
Ds. Lauderdale.

reagh, dated Truxillo, 21st August 1809. Received
callus.

7th September.Comes Caithness.

5. “ Ditto to Ditto, fame Date. Received same Day." Comes Aboyne.

6.

6. Comes Macclesfield.

Arthur Wellesley, K. B. to Lord Viscount Caftlereagh, Comes Spencer.

“ dated Truxillo, 21st August 1809. Received 7th Sepe Comes Liverpool.

6C tember. With One Enclosure." Comes Kingston.

Enclosure in No. 6.-“Copy of a Letter from Sir Comes Clancarty.

" Robert Wilson to Lieutenant General Sir

Arthur
Comes Rolle.

Wellesley, K. B. dated Miranda de Castanas,
Comes Harrowby.

“ 13th August 180g."
7. “ Copy of a Dispatch from Lieutenant General

" Sir Arthur Wellesley, K. B. to Lord Viscount Castle-
PRAYERS.

reagh, dated Badajoz, 4th September 1809. Received

“ 20th September. With Eleven Enclosures." Bachanan The Answer of David Snodgrass Buchanan Esquire to

8. “ Extract of a Letter from Lieutenant General Sir
and MacNab the Appeal of Mrs. Janet Buchanan, Spouse of Mr. Arthur Wellesley, K. B. to Lord Viscount Caftlereagh,
against Bu.
chanan.

Charles Mac Nab, residing late in Saint Ninians, now in “ dated 4th September 1809. Received 20th September.
Rothsay in Bute, and him for his Interest, was this Day 9. Copy of a Dispatch from Ditto to Ditto, dated
brought in.

Badajoz, 13th September 1809. Received 25th Sep

c tember.' Spence After hearing Counsel fully in the Cause wherein John

Copy of a Dispatch from Lieutenant General against

Spence, Merchant in Greenock, is Appellant, and Mef “ Lord Viscount Wellington, K. B. to Lord Viscount Auchie and Co. fieurs Auchie, Ure, and Company, Merchants in Glasgow, Castlereagh, dated Badajoz, 21st September 1809. are Respondents :

« Received 18th October."

11. “ Ditto to Ditto, dated Lisbon, 22d O&tober 1809. It is ORDERED, That the further Consideration of the

" Received 2d November.said Cause be put off to Friday next.

12. “ Ditto to Ditto, dated Badajoz, 31st O&tober
Matiny Bill.
A Message was brought from the House of Commons,

“ 1809. Received 27th November,
13.

“ Ditto to the Earl of Liverpool, dated Badajoz,
by Sir James Graham and others :

“ 16th November 1809. Received 4th December.
With a Bill, intituled, “ An Ad for punishing Mu 14. “ Copy of a Dispatch from Lord Viscount Caf-
tiny and Desertion, and for the better Payment of the tlereagh to Lieutenant General Lord Viscount Welling-

Army and their Quarters ;” to which they desire the 6 ton, K. B. dated 23d September 1809.'
Concurrence of this House.

No. 1. “ Extract of a Letter from Lord William Ben-
The said Bill was read the First Time.

tinck to the Lord Viscount Caftlereagh, dated Madrid,

" 26th September 1808.”
ORDERED, That the said Bill be read a Second Time 2. “ Copy of a Letter from Lord William Bentinck
on Thursday next.

“ to Viscount Castlereagh, dated Madrid, 2d October Spain and

« 1808. With Two Enclosures." Portugal, The Earl of Liverpool (by His Majesty's Command)

No. 1.“ Return of the Casualties which have taken Further Pa. laid before this House, pursuant to an Address to His place in the British Army serving in Spain and Pora per delivered. Majesty of Monday the 19th of February last, several

tugal, between 3ut March 1809 and 24th December

7

10.

“ 1809,

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