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26 Apr. 1816 55
Cat.

Append. III
Dean Andrews
2. Vansittart
Further Papers
Excise stigmatized

2

2
From
to 3d Jany 1816, this
case lingers

Date of Defendants
(Daviess of Lyme) last
Memorial 16 Decr 1815
Treasury Minute thereon
22 Decr. Letter therefrom
3d Jany as above.

The case lingers till the 3 of Jany in the year 1816
on which day it (this) concludes. In addition to former Encouraged by the
application which had been successful reception and compliance given bestowed on former the Defendants
Gil and John Davy Porwers at the borough of Lyme Regis in Devonshire
present a Memorial dated the 16th December
1815 which in the Treasury Minute made thereupon is noted
as read on the 22d of that same month. On the 3d
of the following next month January goes to them a Treasury
Letter informing them that this request can not be complied
with.

3
From Treasury not a
line not pregnant
with information instructive
and disheartening.
To Secretary Lushington
Van prescribes topics.
Secretary touches upon
none. House which
Income tax excepted
registers all Vans Edicts
can not treat him
with more contempt
than Secretary does.
[Minute quoted]

Not a page in it should that scarce a line offices an office from this Board
without affording to him whom who has nerves to look at it into it
information as distinctive instructive as it is disheartening.
Note the Treasury Minute as copied from the books,
the Treasury Minute ordering a letter to be written; note
the letter which goes in consequence. Their Lordships
Mr Vansittart with his p prescribes the topics
to be touched upon, Mr Lushington the Secretary in his
quality as Secretary writes the letter and touches upon no
such topics. The House of Commons while doing with the
exception of the personally pressing Income Tax registering all his Edicts can not entertain a greater more profound
contempt for Mr Vansittart than he is manifested towards
him by this his Secretary. Write to the parties says Mr
Vansittart, acquainting them that my Lords see no grounds
p. 22
whatever for diminishing the penalty which they have adjudged is
(been?) is adjudged to pay, or for extending to them (the parties) any further
indulgence than they (their Lordships) have granted already granted.




Identifier: | JB/007/071/001
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Date_1

1816-04-26

Marginal Summary Numbering

2-3

Box

007

Main Headings

church of englandism

Folio number

071

Info in main headings field

cat

Image

001

Titles

Category

text sheet

Number of Pages

1

Recto/Verso

recto

Page Numbering

c2 / d55

Penner

jeremy bentham

Watermarks

<…>co

Marginals

jeremy bentham

Paper Producer

a. levy

Corrections

Paper Produced in Year

Notes public

ID Number

3015

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