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Military Register (Newspaper) - October 15, 1820, London, Middlesex ENLARGED THE MILITARY AND FASHIONABLE WORLD - i i i i in & i in li ii i i i i m I m i In i I I II Actually circulated throughout the United Kingdom and to the British the Continent of East British ' and the West unhiding VoL L No. O. SUN DA OCTOBER 15, 1820. The proceeding against the Queen has now completely fixed its character applies to the During the last week only a very few witnesses have been and that in a manner against which we aver no person in England could he and the remaining large portion of the time has been passed in mooting points concerning rules of evidence already fully and discussions arising from the anomalous nature of the One very distinguishing feature of this sort of trial has been established by that the Counsel who argue the case are to be restricted by the rules of but the there can be no question that either Counsel fee permitted a latitude equal to that which is taken .by their or her Majesty cannot have the justice of villager interested in making a so that she may more safely carry her eggs For it is evident that otherwise bis Majesty's Counsel may make out their anda 4 as they are also they may then this this to he an hut into what extremes has not this anomalous proceeding already gone In the mean whatever has been effected in this search after although not so conclusive as as would s been decidedly favourable to the The ugliest facts heretofore advanced are at least if not yet judicially and every hour is producing a continued This is greatly aided by the obstinacy with which every objection is caught at and contended by the Attorney and Solicitor and every trick of what is among the refuse of the sharp set in As the last so the Attorney-General showed himself in a light for which we are really sorry at When discovered that Rastelli had got out of the power of by being sent away by a subordinate the learned Gentleman is understood to have said You must procure his attendance as you This may be forensic but it is not that of a Of Evidence one incident think damning to the case for the those of the Queen the and afterwards a gone out of and make out as many having knowing a balance was due to no relation either or the and asked him how much was and told him these extra Counsel are also Judges and give his and he would contrive to every one is fondest own choose to get it for there were Englishmen at decide on the limits of their own two hundred hud any thing to say against her Royal in preference to the two before And I fact in the style - - * ' ' r the meanest subordinates of the pettiest We of poor Lady Charlotte who wris treated in the most unmanly way by the Lieut. Fly title many others thut have iu our military rather stand in a hi before a was so tortured upon do with the case than the paper we write that this British seaman of long a 11140, of high actually Lieut. How whose memory seemed more what is introduced no such of two but and the opinions thl facts tu lob jj mean h aii inter are it. to a whole day and part name by his drawn from hi upon W. after because he bad not the Take and m J ' * lady of Lieut To go to a tradesman of her and touching him on the tender part of an unpaid suggest how it could be got paid by the use of any knowledge while he was enabled to earn that in her Majesty's he might have that could possibly apply against his is ao that while it shews the yet dreadful resources of these and the injurious conduct towards the it at the tame time that no gentleman in the of the had any thing to do with the execution of the Milan We perhaps lock at this incident in a closer point of view than from its frequent occurrence in where many a man of the most perfect and Approved that could have been tangible by no other has been driven out of the service of his country by similar It may be how this can obtain without the sanction of We that it certainly
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