7 MARCH 1835, Page 10

A letter from Lord DUFFUS appears in the Caledonian Mercury

of Thursday, which proves clearly that Mr. GEORGE. SINCLAIR is grossly misrepresenting his constituents of Caithness-shire by supporting the Tory Ministers ; and that his election was managed in as discreditable a manner as can well be conceived. It was noticed that during the height of the discussion upon the Orange question last night, Sir Francis Burdett quitted the House of Commons. When his constituents meet him again, we trust that they will respectfully remind him of this little incident. Some persons said, indeed, by way of excuse for Sir Francis, that he was engaged to dine with the King. It may 'ae remembered, that while the Court was at Brighton, the honourable Baronet and his family were constantly at the Royal table. Hence, no doubt, has arisen the change which has lately taken place in the political conduct of the once popular Member for Westminster.—Morning Chronicle.