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Lady Lucas Upon reading the Petition of the Right Honourable Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, and the Lord
Leave to pre- Amabell Grey, Baroness Lucas of Crudwell, in the Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer, who are fortha
tion for a

County of Wilts ; setting forth, “That the Petitioner is with to summon all Parties concerned in the Bill; and,
Bill : “ Tenant in Tail in Possession of an Estate in the County after hearing them, are to report to the House the State

“ of Wilts, under an Act of Parliament, passed in the Reign of the Case, with their Opinion thereupon, under their
“ of His late Majesty King Charles the Second, whereby Hands; and whether all Parties, who may be concerned
" it is enacted, that no Fine, Recovery, or other Al. in the Consequences of the Bill, have signed the Petition ;
“ furance, shall bar or discontinue the Entail of the said and also, that the Judges, having perused the Bill, do
“ Estate : That the Petitioner, in Conjunction with sign the fame.
“ numerous other Persons who may eventually fucceed

to the said Estate, have signed a Petition, addressed Hodie 3* vice lecta est Billa, intituled, “ An Ad for Mutiny Bill :
to their Lordships, praying for Leave to bring in a punishing Mutiny and Desertion; and for the better
“ Bill, for exchanging the said Estate, in the County of “ Payment of the Army and their Quarters.
Wilts, for another Estate, in the Counties of Essex and

The Question was put, “ Whether this Bill shall
Suffolk : That the Illness of the Earl of Ashburnhum,
of the Persons interested in the said Estate, in the

It was refolved in the Affirmative.
“ County of Wilts, for some Time prevented any Applica-
« tion to him for his Signature; and, at another Time, A Message was sent to the House of Commons, by Message to

H.C. that “ the Death of Henry Cavendish Esquire, another of the Mr. Thompson and Mr. Alexander :

the Lords 6 Persons interested in the said Estate, in the County of “ Wilts, occasioned Delay in the necessary Application to

To acquaint them, That the Lords have agreed to the have agreed

said Bill, without any Amendment.
“ his Brother Frederick Cavendish Esquire, who is also in-
" terested in the said Estate, for his Signature: That the

Upon reading the Petition of the Prisoners in His Fleet Prison
“ Events last mentioned, prevented the said Petition
“ from being presented, until the Time appointed for Majesty's Prison of the Fleet, committed previous to the Debtors Pc-
“ receiving Petitions for Private Bills had elapsed : passing of the laft Infolvent Aa, complaining of their

Distress, and praying Relief:
" That the said Petition has been signed by all the Peti-
« tioners and Persons interested who are Adults, except It is ORDERED, That the said Petition do lie on the
“ the said Henry Cavendish, who died after the same was Table.
“ prepared, and before his Signature was obtained, and

except the Honourable Francis Egerton, who is men The Lord Walsingham reported from the Lords Com- Report, East
« tioned in the said Petition as one of the said Petition- mittees, appointed to examine the Lists laid upon the India Judica-
“ ers, but who, after expressing his Concurrence in the Table on Monday last, pursuant to the Directions of an
“ Measure, went abroad, without adverting to the pro- A& made in the Twenty-sixth Year of His present Ma-

per Mode of testifying the same: That the said Francis jesty's Reign, for the further Regulation of the Trial of Egerton is very remotely interested, and cannot be Persons accused of certain Offences committed in the « affected by the Operation of the proposed Bill, unless East Indies, and for other Purposes therein mentioned; “ all of Thirty-three Persons, many of whom are young, and to report to the House the Titles of such Lords as “ shall die, without Issue: And therefore praying, That shall appear upon Ten such Lists: “ That the Commit“ Leave may be given to present the said Petition, or “ tee had met, and examined the said Lists, and that it 6. that such other Relief may be given in the Premises, “ appeared that Eleven Lists had been delivered in, in as to this House shall seem meet :">

« all of which the following Lords Titles appear ; (videIt is Ordered, That the said Petition be now

- Duke of Bedford. received.

Marquis of Stafford. Petition re Accordingly, Upon reading the Petition of the Right

66 Earl of Derby ferred to Honourable

Amabell Grey, Baroness Lucas of Crudwell, Judges.

“ Earl of Pembroke. in the County of Wilts, the Right Honourable Mary

66 Earl Fitzwilliam. Jemima Dowager Lady Grantham, the Right Honourable

“ Earl Fortescue. Thomas Philip Lord Grantham for himself, and on behalf

« Earl of Wilton. of the Honourable Thomas Philip Weddell Robinson, Anne

66 Earl Manvers. Florence Weddell Robinson, and Mary Gertrude Weddell

“ Earl of Lonsdale. Robinson, his Children, all Infants, the Honourable Fre.

" Earl of Kellie.
derick John Robinson Esquire, the Right Honourable

" Earl of Strathmore.
John Earl of Ashburnham, the Right Honourable George
Lord Ashburnham Baron Ashburnham, commonly called

- Viscount Torrington.
Lord Viscount Saint Asaph, for himself, and on behalf

“ Viscount Anfon. of such of his Children as are Infants, (that is to say),

“ Bishop of Gloucester. Bertram Ashburnham, Percy Ashburnham, Charles Ásh

“ Bishop of Exeter. burnham, Thomas Ashburnham, Charlotte Susan Ashburn

“ Bishop of Oxford.
ham, Georgiana Jemima Ashburnham, and Jane Henrietta

" Baron St. John,
Ashburnham; the Honourable George Ashburnham, and
the Honourable Elizabeth Sophia Ashburnham; the Right

“ Baron Douglas of Douglas.
Honourable Lady Henrietta Theodofia Ashburnham, the

" Baron Rous.

" Baron Cawdor.
Right. Honourable Lady Elizabeth Frances Ashburnham,
Robert Vyner Esquire, and the Right Honourable Lady

“ Baron De Dunstanville.
Theodofia Mary Vyner his Wife, and the said Robert Vyner,

of Baron Carrington. on behalf of his Children, Robert Vyner, Theodofia Mary

“ Baron Sheffield. Vyner, Elizabeth Sophia Vyner, Charles James Vyner,

" Baron Beauchamp: Charlotte Vyner, Caroline Vyner, Harriet Vyner, Henry

“ Baron Ponsonby of Imokilly, Vyner, and John Robert Vyner, all of whom are Infants ;

6. But that in Ten of the said Eleven Lists only Henry Cavendish Esquire, Frederick Cavendish Esquire,

“ Twenty-five Titles appear upon the said Lists; and the Right Honourable John Earl of Bridgewater, the

“ that the Twenty-lixth Title is the Title of Duke of
Honourable Francis Egerton, the Right Honourable

Atholl, who fits in this House as Earl Strange.
Charles Long Esquire, and Amelia his Wife, and Sophia
Hume Spinster; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, for the Which Report, being read by the Clerk ;
oses in the said Petition mentioned:

ORDERED, That the faid Report do lie on the
It is ORDERED, That the Confideration of the said Table.
Petition be, and is hereby referred to the Lord Chief

6 licet)

Drogheda Harbour Bill.

The Lord Walfingham reported from the Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, “ An Act to con“ tinue and amend Three Acts, for the Improvement of 6 the Port and Harbour of Drogheda," was committed : " That they had considered the said Bill, and examined “ the Allegations thereof, which were found to be true; “ and that the Committee had gone through the Bill, " and directed him to report the same to the House, without any Amendment.”

“ G. in First Enclosure in No. 2.-“ Copy of “ a Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to General O'Donoghue, dated Oropesa, 3d August 1809."

" Enclosure in G.-" Copy of a Letter from “ Marshal Jourdan to Marshal Soult, dated Bur. gos, 30th July 1809. With Translation."

Second Enclosure in No. 2.4" Copy of a “ Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to the Mar“ quis Wellesley, dated Deleytofa, 8th August

" i809."

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Spain and

Committee

ORDERED, That Mr. William Money Hill do attend respecting

To-morrow, in order to his being examined as a Witthe Distilleries, Hill to

ness before the Select Committee, appointed to enquire attend. into the Effect likely to be produced by a further Con

tinuance of the Prohibition of Distillation from Grain, and generally into the Circumstances which may tend to the Encouragement and Protection of the Agricultural Interests of the United Kingdom.

The Earl of Liverpool (by His Majesty's Command) Portugal,

laid before the House, pursuant to an Address to His further Papers rela- Majesty of Monday the 19th of February last, further tive to, de Papers relative to Spain and Portugal, together with Lists i livered.

thereof, (videlicet)

No. 1. « Dispatch from the Marquis Wellesley to Mr. “ Secretary Canning, dated Seville, 11th August 1809. " With Three Enclosures."

“ First Enclosure in No. 1.-“ Copy of a Letter

« from the Marquis Wellesley to Mr. Frere, dated
“ H. M. Ship Donegal, off Cadiz, 31st July
1809."
Second Enclosure in No. 1.-" Copy of a Letter
“ from the Marquis Wellesley to Sir Arthur Wel.
" lesley, dated H. M. Ship Donegal, off Cadiz,
« 31st July 1809."
Third Enclosure in No. 1.-" Copy of a Letter
" from the Marquis Wellesley to Don Martin de

Garay, dated Seville, 11th August 1809.
No. 2. “ Dispatch from the Marquis Wellesley to Mr.
« Secretary Canning, dated Seville, 15th August 1809.
" With Ten Enclosures."

“ First Enclosure in No. 2.-“ Copy of a Letter “ from Sir Arthur Wellesley to the Marquis Wel

lesley, dated Deleytofa, 8th August 1809; con“ taining Seven Enclosures from A. to G.”

6. A. in First Enclosure in No. 2.-" Extract “ of a Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to Mar“ Ihal Beresford, dated Placentia, 17th July 66 1809."

" B. in First Enclosure in No. 2.-" Copy of “ a Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to General 16 O'Donoghue, dated Talevera, 31st July 1809."

“ C. in First Enclosure in No. 2._" Copy « of a Letter from Sir Robert Wilson to Sir Ar. thur Wellesley, dated Montillo, ad August 1809."

« D. in First Enclosure in No. 2.-“ Copy “ of a Letter from Sir Robert Wilson to Colonel “ Murray, dated Montillo, ad August 1809.

Enclosure in C. and D.-" Copy of Letter “ from Colonel Lugo to

dated Avila, “ ist August 1809. With Translation.”

“ E. in First Enclosure in No. 2.-" Copy of “ a Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to General “ O'Donoghue, dated Oropesa, 3d August 1809.",

“ F. in First Enclosure in No. 2.-“ Copy of

a Letter from General O'Donoghue to Sir “ Arthur Wellesley, dated Talavera, 3d Auguft

« Enclosure in F.-“Copy of a Letter from « Joseph Buonaparte to Colonel Lugo, Governor “ of Avila, dated Bergas, 31st July 1809. With

" Translation." VOL. XLVII.

“ Third Enclosure in No. 2.--" Copy of a « Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Deley

tofa, 8th August 1809."

« A. in Third Enclofure in No. 2.-" Transos lation of a Letter from Don Martin de Garay " to Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Seville, 31st July

1809."

6 B. in Third Enclosure in No. 2.-" Copy “ of a Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to Don “ Martin de Garay, dated Deleytofa, 8th August

1809."

66 C. in Third Enclosure in No. 2.-—" Copy “of a Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to Don “ Martin de Garay, dated Deleytoja, 8th August

1809." “ Fourth Enclosure in No.2.." Copy of a

Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to the Marquis “ Wellesley, dated Deleytofa, 9th August 1809. « With Three Enclosures.

“ A. in Fourth Enclosure in No. 2.-" Copy 6 of a Letter from Colonel Roche to Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated La Peralade de Garbin, 8th “ August 1809."

“ B. in Fourth Enclosure in No. 2.-" Copy " of a Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to Ge. “ neral O'Donoghue, dated Deleytosa, 9th Au

gust."

6° C. in Fourth Enclosure in No. 2.-" Copy 6 of a Letter from the same to the same, dated

Deleytofa, 9th August 1809." “ Fifth Enclosure in No. 2.-“ Copy of a Letter “ from Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Deleytosa, 10th

August 1809." “ Sixth Enclosure in No. 2.-" Copy of a Letter

from Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Jaraycejo, 12th “ August 1809. With Three Enclosures.'

" A. in Sixth Enclosure in No. 2.-" Trans“ lation of a Letter from General Cuesta to Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Campo de la Meza « d'Ibor, 1oth August 1809."

« B. in Sixth Enclosure in No. 2.-" Tranf“ lation of a Letter, signed Neudares, dated De

leytofa, 5th August, referred to in the pre“ ceding:

6. C. in Sixth Enclosure in No. 2.-" Copy " of a Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to Ge“ neral Cuesta, dated Deleytofa, inth August

66 1809." “ Seventh Enclosure in No. 2.-" Copy of a Let“ ter from the Marquis Wellesley to Sir Arthur

Wellesley, dated Seville, 13th Ảugust 1809, eno closed in the preceding.

“ Translation of a Letter from M. Cornel to " the Duke Del Parque, dated Seville, 12th

August 1809." “ Eighth Enclosure in No. 2.-“ Copy of an Of

“ ficial Note from the Marquis Wellesey to Don “ Martin de Garay, dated Seville, 12th August 6

1809.” " Ninth Enclosure in No. 2.-" Translation of a

“ Letter from Don Martin de Garay to the Mar“ quis Wellesley, dated Seville, 12th August

1809." 66 Tenth Enclosure in No. 2.—“ Copy of a Letter,

marked (A.) from the Marquis Wellesley to “ Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Seville, 13th August .

Dispatch (separate) from the Marquis of “ Wellesley to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated Seville, 21st “ August 1809. With Three Enclosures."

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“ Don Martin de Garay, dated Seville, 21st

August 1809." 3. Sixth Enclosure (F.) in No. 4.-“ Copy of a « Letter from the Marquis Wellesley to Don “ Martin de Garay, dated Seville, 21st August 1809. With Two Enclosures."

Enclosure in the preceding, marked (A.)« Copy of a Plan to enable the British Army to

procure the Means of Movement.”

To Enclosure in the preceding, marked (B.)« Copy of a Plan for the British Army taking “ up a Position on the Left Bank of the Gua.

" diana.“ Seventh Enclosure (G.) in No. 4.—Copy of a

Dispatch from the Marquis Wellesley to Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated" Seville, 22d August

1809."

“ First Enclosure (A.) in No. 3.-"Copy of a

Letter from the Marquis Wellesley to Don Martin de Garay, dated Seville, 19th August

« 1809." “ Second Enclosure (B.) in No: 3.-" Translation

“ of a Letter from Don Martin de Garay to the “ Marquis Wellesley, dated Seville, 21st August

1809." “ Third Enclosure in No. 3.-" Translation of a

« Letter from General Cuesta to M.Cornel, dated

Truxillo, 8th August 1809." “ No. 4. Dispatch from the Marquis W'ellesley to Mr. “ Secretary Canning, dated Seville, 24th August 1809. « With Ten Enclosures."

“ First Enclosure (A.) in No. 4.-—"Copy of a “ Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to the Mar.

quis IVellesley, dated Jaraycejo, 13th Augujt “ 1809. With Two Enclosures.”

" 1. in First Enclosure (A.) in No. 4. " Translation of a Letter from General C:lefta to “ Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated

11th August “ 1809."

“ 2. in First Enclosure (A.) in No.4.-“ Copy “ of a Dispatch from Sir Arthur Wellesley to * General Cuesta, dated Jaraycejo, 13th August

1809." “ Second Enclosure (B.) in No.4.-" Copy of a “ Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Jaray

cejo, 14th August 1809. With Three Enclo. “ sures."

“ 1. in Second Enclosure (B.) in No. 4.56 Translation of a Letter from General Cuesta “ to Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Meza d'Ibor, “ 13th August 1809."

“ 2. in Second Enclosure (B.) in No.4. “ Translation of a Letter from General Eguia

to Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Meza d'Ibor,
13th Auguft.
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in Second Enclosure (B.) in No. 4.
“ Copy of a Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to

“ General Eguia, dated Jaraycejo, 14th August “ Third Enclosure (C.) in No. 4.—“ Copy of a “ Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to the Marquis Wellesley, dated Jaraycejo, 16th August 1809."

“ Enclosed in the preceding.--" Copy of a “ Letter from Major General Payne to Colonel Murray, dated Andrea del Opispo, 15th August

1809." “ Fourth Enclosure (D.) in No. 4.-" Copy of a “ Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to the Mar

quis Wellesley, dated Jaraycejo, 15th August 1809. With Two Enclosures.

" 1. in Fourth Enclosure (D.) in No. 4.“ Translation of a Letter from General Eguia “ to Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Meza d'Ibor, “ 14th August 1809."

« 2. in Fourth Enclosure (D.) in No.4.• Copy of a Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to “ 'General Eguia, dated Jaraycejo, 15th August

1809."
“ Fifth Enclosure (E.) in No.4.-" Copy of a
** Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to the Mar-
« quis Wellesley, dated Jaraycejo, 18th August

1809. With Two Enclosures."
" 1. in Fifth Enclosure (E.) in No.4.-

Copy of a Letter from Captain Acwes to Major Hartman, dated Camp near Truxillo, 17th August 1809."

2. in Fifth Enclosure (E.) in No.4.« Copies of Letters from General Hill and Co" lonel Stopford to Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated

Jaraycejo, 16th and 17th August 1809."

Sixth Enclosure (F.) in No. 4. —“ Copy of a « Letter from the Marquis Wellesley to Don “ Martin de Garay, dated Seville, 21st August « 1809. With One Enclosure." 2. Sixth Enclosure (F.) in No. 4.—" Copy of “ a Letter, No. 2. from the Marquis Wellesley to

Eighth Enclosure (H.) in No. 4.—“ Copy of a “ Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to the Mar

quis 'Wellesley, dated Truxillo, 21st August 1809. With Nine Enclosures, from A. to I."

“ A. in Eighth Enclosure (H.) in No. 4.“ Translation of a Letter from General Eguia to “ Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Deleytosa, 18th

August 1809."

“ B. in Eighth Enclosure (H.) in No. 4. « Translation of a Letter from General Eguia to “ Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Deleytosa, 19th August 1809. With One Enclosure.

“ C. in Eighth Enclosure (H.)Translation " of a Letter from Don Ant. de Cornel to Gene“ ral Eguia, dated Seville, 16th August 1809, en“ closed in the preceding."

“ D. in Eighth Enclosure (H.) in No. 4.“ Translation of a Letter from General Eguia to “ Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Head Quarters, Deleytosa, 19th August 1809."

“ E. in Eighth Enclosure (H.) in No. 4.• Translation of a Letter from General Eguia to « Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Deleytosa, 19th

August 1809."

“ F. in Eighth Enclosure (H.) in No. 4.“ Copy of a Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to « General Eguia, dated Jaraycejo, 19th Auguft " 1809."

“ G. in Eighth Enclosure (H.) in No. 4.« Translation of a Letter from M. de Calvo to “ Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Truxillo, 19th “ August 1809."

“ H. in Eighth Enclosure (H.) in No. 4.“ Copy of a Letter from Sir Arthur Welleflcy to “ M. de Calvo, dated Jaraycejo, 2oth August

1809."

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" I. in Eighth Enclosure (H.) in No. 4." Translation of a Letter from A. Calderone

Aguadelo to the British Commissary, dated.

Guadaloupe, 15th August 1809." “ Ninth Enclosure (I.) in No. 4.-" Copy of a

Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to the Marquis

Wellesley, dated Miajadas, 22d August 1809. “ Tenth Enclosure (I.) in No. 4.-" Translation

“ of a Letter No. 1. from Don M. de Garay to “ the Marquis Wellesley, dated Seville, 16th

August 1809." “ Tenth Enclosure (G.) in No. 4.--" Translation

c of a Letter No. 2. from Don Martin de Garay " to the Marquis IVellesley, dated Seville, 17th

August 1809.” “ Tenth Enclosure (I.) in No. 4.-" Translation “ of a Letter No. 3. from Don Martin de Garay

to the Marquis Wellesley, dated Seville, 18th

" August 1809." No. 5. Dispatch from the Marquis Wellesley to Mr.

Secretary Canning, dated Seville, 2d September 1809. 66 With Eleven Enclosures." “ First Enclosure (A.) in No. 5.-"Copy of a Let

ter from the Marquis Wellesley to Don Martin de Garay, dated Seville, 231 August 1809." “ Second Enclosure (B.) in No. 5.-" Translation “ of a Letter from Don M, de Garay to the Mar

1.

1809.”

" quis Wellesley, dated Seville, 25th August 1809. « Enclosure in No. 7.—Translation of a Letter from
" With One Enclosure."

Don Martin de Garay to Mr. Frcre, dated Se-
66 One Enclosure." Translation of a Plan

ville, 7th January 1809."
“ for ensuring Supplies of Provisions, &c. to the 8. “ Extract of a Dispatch from Mr. Secretary Can-
C Armies.”

ning to the Right Honourable J. H. Frere, dated 26th “ Third Enclosure (C.) in No. 5.—“ Copy of a February 1809."

“ Letter from the Marquis Wellesley to Don Mar 9. “ Extract of a Dispatch from Mr. Secretary Can

tin de Garay, dated Seville 28th Auguft 1809. ning to the Right Honourable J. H. Frere, dated ist “ Fourth Enclosure (D.) in No. 5.-“ Copy of a

" March 1809.
“ Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to the Mar. 10. “ Dispatch from the Right Honourable J. H.
“ quis Wellesley, dated Merida, 24th August Frere to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated Seville, 4th

March 1809. With Seven Enclofures."? “ Fifth Enclosure (E.) in No. 5.-" Copy of a

“ First Enciosure in No. 10.-" Translation of a “ Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to the Mar “ Letter from Mr. Frere to Don M. de Garay,

quis Wellesley, dated Merida, 28th August1809." “ dated Seville, 13th February 1809."
“ Sixth Enclosure(F.) in No.5:-“ Copy of a Let " Second Enclosure in No. 10. Translation of a

“ ter from the Marquis Wellesley to Don Martin “ Letter from Don M. de Garay to Mr. Frere,
de Garay, dated Seville, 3oth August 1809."

“ dated Seville, 17th February 1809." « Seventh Enclosure (G.) in No. 5.-“ Copy of a

« Third Enclofure in No. 10.-—"Copy of a Note « Letter from the Marquis Wellesley to Şir

" from Mr. Frere to Don M. de Garay, dated “ Arthur Wellesley, dated Seville, 30th August Seville, 18th February 1809. With Trans“ 1809."

« lation.”
“ Eighth Enclosure (H.) in No. 5.-" Translation “ Fourth Enclosure in No. 10.-" Copy of a Note
of a Letter from Don M. de Garay to the

“ from Mr. Frere to General Cuesta, dated Sea
Marquis Wellesley, dated Seville, 30th August ville, 17th February 1809.”
1809."

66 Fifth Enclosure in No. 10.-" Translation of a
* Ninth Enclosure (I.) in No.5:-“ Translation of “ Letter from General Cuesta to Mr. Frere, dated
" a Letter from Don M.de Garay to the Marquis “ February 1809."
Wellesley, dated Seville, 31st August 1809.”

" Sixth Enclosure in No. 10.-" Translation of a “ Tenth Enclosure (I.) in No. 5.-" Copy of a

“ Letter from Mr. Frere to M. de Garay, dated “ Letter from the Marquis Wellesley to M. de

" Seville, 27th February 180g." Garay, dated Seville, ilt September 1809."

“ Seventh Enclosure in No. 10.-" Translation of « Eleventh Enclosure (K.) in No. 5.—" Copy of a

“ a Letter from Don M. de Garay to Mr. Frere, “ Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley, dated Me

6 dated Seville, ift March 1809." rida, 31st August 1809."

No. 11. “ Dispatch from the Right Honourable J. H. « Twelfth Enclosure (K. K.) in No. 5.-" Copy

Frere to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated Seville, 24th “ of a Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to the

March 1809." “ Marquis Wellesley, dated Merida, ist Septem

Which Lists, being read by the Clerk; 66 ber 1809." 6. “ Dispatch from the Marquis Wellesley to Mr. Se

ORDERED, 'hat the said Papers do lie on the Table. cretary Canning, dated Seville, 15th September 1809. ORDERED, That the said Papers be printed. “ With Four Enclosures."

Committee « First Enclosure (A.) in No. 6.-" Copy of a Let

ORDERED, That the Earl of Hillsborough be added to oni East India ter from the Marquis Wellesley to Sir Arthur the Select Committee appointed to enquire into the State

Company's

Affairs, " Wellesley, dated Seville, 4th September 1809." of the Affairs of the East India Company.

E. Hills. “ Second Enclosure (B.) in No. 6.-" Copy of a

borough “ Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to the Mar ORDERED, That there be laid before this House, added to. " quis Wellesley, dated Badajos, 3d September « A Return of all British-built Ships and Vessels in British and 1809."

Ordinary ; distinguishing the King's Built from the Foreign « Third Enclosure (C.) in No. 6.-“ Copy of a

Ships, Ordi« Merchant Built; the Period at which each Ship or “ Letter from Sir Arthur Wellesley to the Marquis - Vefsel was launched; the Expence incurred in last Commision,

nary

and in Wellesley, dated Badajos, 5th September 1809.

“ Repair, when put out of Commission ; what Repair &c. Ac“ Fourth Enclosure (D.) in No. 6.-" Copy of a

each may be supposed to require; with an Estimate counts re“ Letter from the Marquis Wellesley to Don

Špecting, " of the Expence thereof:”

ordered, “ Martin De Garay, dated Seville, 8th Septem Also, “ A Return of all Foreign-built Ships and ber 1809."

“ Vessels in Ordinary ; distinguishing the Nation from No. I.

“ Extract of a Dispatch from Mr. Secretary " which each may have been taken, and distinguishing " Canning to the Right Honourable J. H. Frere, dated " those which have been in Commission; the Date of ¢ loth December 1808."

“ Capture, the Amount of Purchase Money, and of 2. “ Extract of a Dispatch from Mr. Secretary Can Expence incurred in Repairs, &c.; and distinguishing ning to the Right Honourable J. H. Frere, dated Ja

“ also such as may be intended for further Repair ; with nuary 14th 1809."

an Estimate of Expence thereof;" 3.

“ Dispatch from Mr. Secretary Canning to the Also, “ A Return of all British-built Ships and Vessels Right Honourable J. H. Frere, dated 14th January “ in Commission, on the 1st Day of February 1.8 10; dis1809.'

“ tinguishing each Rate, the Period at which each Ship Dispatch from Mr. Secretary Canning to the or Vessel was launched, and whether King's Built or “ Right Honourable J. H. Frere, dated 23 January 66 Contract Built:"

Also, “A Return of all Foreign-built Ships and 5.

“ Extract of a Dispatch from Mr. Secretary Can " Vessels in Commission on the ist of February 1810 ; ning, to the Right Honourable J. H. Frere, dated

distinguishing each Rate, and the Nation from which “ 24th January 1809.”.

“ each may have been taken; the Date of Capture, the 6. “ Extract of a Dispatch from the Right Honour " Amount of Purchase Money, and of Expence incurred « able J. H. Frere to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated Se “ in Repairs, &c.ville, 29th January 1809. With One Enclosure.”

Also, “ A Return of all Ships and Vessels building in “ Enclosure in No. 6. --- Translation of a Letter

“ the King's Yards ; distinguishing each Rate, Date of “ from Don Martin de Garay to Mr. Frere, dated “ Order for building each Ship’or Vefsel, Date of each “ Seville, 27th January 1809."

“ Keel being laid, and at what Time each Ship and 7. “ Dispatch from the Right Honourable J. H. Frere

“ Vessel may be expected to be brought forward :" “ to Mr. Secretary Canning, dated Seville, 9th February “ A Return of all Ships and Vessels building in *66 1809. With One Enclosure.”

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" the Names of the Builders, and of the Places where

fuerunt:
“ each Ship and Vessel may be building, or ordered to
“ be built, and at what Price per Ton :"

Archiep. Cantuar. Dux CUMBERLAND. Ds. Tindall.

Ds. Napier.
And also, “ A Return of all hired Armed Vessels in Epus. Ceftrien. Ds. Eldon, Cancel.

Ds. Walfingham. “ Employ; when each Vessel was taken into the Service;

larius.

Ds. Kenyon.
6 the Name of the Owner, the Class, Force, and Num-
6 ber of Men, Tonnage, and Terms of Agreement."

Comes Westmorland. Ds. Redesdale.
C. P.S.

Ds. Ellenborough. Dock Yards, It was moved, “ That there be laid before this House,

Dux Norfolk, Maref- Ds. Ponsonby of Imo

killy. Papers re " A Return of the Number of Docks in the Dock Yards

callus. specting,

Ds. Ailfa. “ of Deptford, Woolwich, Chatham, Sheerness, Portsmouth, delivered.

Comes Liverpool. “ and Plymouth; distinguishing such as may be capable

Comes Rosslyn. “ of receiving Ships of the Line (and of what Classes)

Comes Clancarty. “ from such as may be capable of receiving inferior Ships

Comes Nelson.
“ of War only, with the Names of such Ships as may be

Comes Grey.
" at present in any of the said Docks, and the Period of
“ Time which each of the said Ships may have been

Viscount Sydney.
“ under Repair.”
Which being objected to ;

PRAYERS.
The Question was put thereupon ?
It was resolved in the Affirmative.

After hearing Counsel in Part in the Cause, wherein E. Caffilis et
ORDERED, That there be laid before this House, and Andrew Blane Esquire is Respondent :

Archibald Earl of Casillis and others are Appellants, al, againft “ A Return of the Number of Docks in the Dock Yards “ of Deptford, Woolwich, Chatham, Sheerness, Portsmouth,

It is ORDERED, That the further Hearing of the said " and Plymouth ; distinguishing such as may be capable Cause be put off till To-norrow. “ of receiving Ships of the Line (and of what Classes) “ from such as may be capable of receiving inferior Ships A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Whitfeld

Enclosure “ of War only, with the Names of such Ships as may be by Mr. Cavendish and others :

Bill. “ at present in any of the said Docks, and the Period of

With a Bill, intituled, “ An A& for enclosing Lands “ Time which each of the said Ships may have been

« in the Hamlet or Township of Whitfield, in the « under Repair :"

“ Manor and Parish of Glofop, in the County of Derby;"
And also,“ A Return of all the Artificers, &c. em.

to which they desire the Concurrence of this House.
« ployed in the several Dock Yards; distinguishing the
Shipwrights, &c. employed on new Work, from those

A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Marine
" employed on Repairs, &c.
by Mr.Ward and others:

Mutiny Bill. Revenue The Lord Chancellor presented to the House, pre

With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for the Regulation Laws Pe

pared by the Judges, (pursuant to an Order of Friday the “ of His Majesty's Royal Marine Forces while on presented. the 21st of April 1809), a Bill, intituled, “An Ad for

“ Shore;" to which they desire the Concurrence of this
“ reducing into one A& all Provisions contained in any

House.
“ Laws now in force, and imposing the Penalty of Death
" for any Ac done in Breach of or in Resistance to

A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Dorchester

Roads Bill
any Part of the Laws for collecting His Majesty's by Sir James Graham and others :
« Revenue.”

With a Bill, intituled, “ An Act to continue and
The said Bill was read the First Time.

o amend Two Acts of the Ninth and Thirtieth Years of

“ His present Majesty, for repairing several Roads leadORDERED, That the said Bill be printed.

ing from the Borough of Dorchester, in the County Thames The House being informed, “That Mr. Allnutt, from

of Dorset ;" to which they desire the Concurrence of Navigation

this House. “ the Commiffioners of the Thames Navigation, atAccount delivered “ tended;"

A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Winchester

Road Bil. He was called in, and delivered at the Bar, pursuant by Sir James Graham and others : to the Directions of an Act of Parliament;

With a Bill, intituled, “ An Act for making and “ Abstract of an Account of all Sums of Money “ maintaining a Road from Lower Saint Cross Mill " received and paid by the Commissioners appointed for Lane (on the Road from the City of Winchester to the “ improving and completing the Navigation of the River “ Town of Southampton) to Park Gate, on the Road " Thames and Ifis, in the Year 1809."

“ from Southampton to Gosport, in the County of SouthAnd then he withdrew.

ampton;" to which they desire the Concurrence of

this House.
And the Title thereof, being read by the Clerk ;
QRDERED, That the faid Account do lie on the

A Message was brought from the House of Commons, Expiring by Sir James Graham and others :

Laws Bill Table.

With a Bill, intituled, “ An Act to continue an Act
Adjourn. Dominus Cancellarius declaravit præsens Parliamen « made in the Forty-fourth Year of His present Majesty,

tum continuandum effe usque ad et in diem Martis, “ for permitting the Exportation of Salt from the Port
vicefimum diem instantis Martii, horâ undecimâ Auroræ, « of Nassau, in the Island of New Providence, the Port
Dominis fic decernentibus.

rs of Exuma, and the Port of Crooked and, in the Ba-
hama Isands, in American Ships coming in Ballast;
" and amend and continue an A& made in the Forty-

eighth Year of His present Majesty, for permitting

Sugar and Coffee to be exported from His Majesty's “ Colonies or Plantations to any Port in Europe to the “ South of Cape Finisterre, and Corn to be imported 66 from such Port, and from the Coast of Africa, into the said Colonies and Plantations, until the Twenty

6 fifth

nalty Bill

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