HC Deb 24 March 1809 vol 13 cc802-3

The Serjeant at Arms having informed the house, that brigadier-general Clavering had been taken into his custody, pursuant to their Order of yesterday: the House was moved, by Mr. C. W. Wynn, "That the Resolution of the house of yesterday, That brig.-gen. Clavering, in the Evidence given by him before the Committee of the whole House, who were appointed to investigate the Conduct of his royal highness the duke of York, the Com- mander in Chief, with regard to promotions exchanges, and appointments to Commissions in the army, and staff of the army, and in raising levies for the army, had been guilty of prevarication, might be read:" And the same being read; it was ordered, "That brig. gen. Clavering be, for his said offence, committed to his majesty's Gaol of Newgate; and that Mr. Speaker do issue his warrants accordingly."