7 JANUARY 1843, Page 12

The Hull Advertiser of yesterday says, that Sir Felix Booth

was examined before the Magistrates on Wednesday, on a revolting charge preferred by Felix Booth, his second cousin and godson. Sir Felix said that it was an attempt to extort money from him, and that he would have it thoroughly investigated. The young man is repre- sented as a spendthrift, who formerly lived at his godfather's expense, and had been set up in business by him. The Magistrates assured Sir Felix, that he left the court without a spot upon his character.