20 JUNE 1840, Page 8

Mr. Richard Dunn, the barrister, has beets again annoying Miss

Burdett Coutts. At the Marylebone Office, on Thursday, he entered into his recognizances to keep the peace towards that lady and all her Majesty's subjects. Mr. Dunn said, that Miss Coutts encouraged him "under the rose," and that he had forty or fifty of her letters in his possession. Yesterday, Mr. Humphreys, Miss Burdett Coutts's legal adviser, went to the office, and assured Mr. Hardwicke that Mr. Dunn's state- ment of having received letters from Miss Coutts was entirely false.