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   British And Colonial Weekly Register (Newspaper) - June 5, 1824, London, Middlesex                                SATURDAY f This Paper is Published every Saturday at Two and contains aUMs Information usually given in a Sunday except the r fa V JUNE readers who deem the circumstances of our Colo critical as they to be will doubtless complain of the predominance of this subject in out present The effects of maladministration in those remote where the bulk of the population is helpless and may not be immediately felt but when a mor tification seizes the the noblet parts win soon be Suppose the temporal and eternal of despicable Negroes to be really a matter of the question involves also the case of one the lordly colour a missionary indeed he but he is a white Is not this a subject of interest Suppose it to an individual though upon the decision of this question hangs perhaps the fate of every missionary in the West shall we say that the case of an hafc been basely buffetted to with weapons from Aeliand of is insignificant Do we that we owe the Habeas Corpus one of the bul arks of our to the indignation inspired by the persecution of an obscure individual Whilst the question to which we allude is still seem irregular to descant upon it but we candidly aypw our conviction jthat or rather the Colonial cannot be foirly Whatsoever therefore te the tesult of Broughams we shall be dis satisfied the evidence on one side is so confined and arid the assumptionsand presumptions ad mitted on the other aie so that Smiths triumph cannot be so decisive as it ought to We have read with close attention all flie papers produ ced by the Deinerara and have also read the London MissionarySocietys report of the trial and It js that tfteinpst ertraordinaiy dispTepancies exist between the two Npyr alt though we are strictly confined to the in this trial of thfe colonial for it Smiths which is now the are bound to accept that report fuHj and complete record of the vw cannot fcelp adverting to some extra ordinary alleged omissions in the as well as to some remarkable appearances on the of By a comparison of the two reports it would seein that the Court taken some unwarrantable liberties with the When an answer was in the or followed by a qualifying the direct Answer js and the qualification only vhen it militated against the Thus Manuel is Was any particular plan of disclosed to you them was no particular plan that I knew of the plan about driving the white peopio to I knew I spoke of it just Here the latter part of the answer only is given the in italics are Butwhere qualifying expres sions were uttered that were favourable to the as in the evidence of they were besides those questions put by the prisoner which were rejected by the such as that very im portant as to whether his congregation makte others of a decisive though an are It cannot be that much im portance was to the state in which the door was at which Quamina entered to visit Smith the prosecutor being desircws to prove that it was carefully In the Societys we find the following answered by Elizabeth WJbwt you saw Quamina with and on the evening during the was the door through had gone into the house open or shut It is entirely omitted in the government re we arenotallowed to com Sejit Smiths innocence inust be established by the contents of the government papers Beit but first let us consider these papers a It js very evident that they are defective it is plain too thatthey have been copied the most careless manner they abpqnd with clerical errors of real moment as to ar there appears none it as if the exasperated at the for documents that would disgrace threw them as it were in the fece Of and they were gathered up and printed they came ttf Then the evidence for the prosecu tion is carefully embodied just as if it had flowed sponta as Brougham from the speakers lips but the prisoners evidence is exhibited with all the impel fections of question and A pretty sure cri terion of fhe spirit in which this record has been got up is furnished we factv thalt notwithstanding the numerous retrenchments and the letter of Smith to Jackey Reed is printed in several places whatever portion of the proceedings we we are presently as the Judge Advocate with this It ly considered as the main supdtyrt pf the and the prosecutors were mightily it would be Yet how this epistle is to be copfrijed into a proof of cri can only be who hold the reading of the Old Testament an overt act of sedi Thus we see independent ptthe Societys we grounds distrust the very upon which the Colonial to be But Brougham am Sir James Mackintosh demonstrated that h thing but cation of the tlike are struck by those glaring chafittfirs which 1 Vl r As broad and obvious to As to ttie lettered sages curious But experienced lawyeraperceivejn disregard of the forms of a violation qfjhe principles which the system of jurisprudence is audacious contempt of without which courts oratw would become scenes of and force marjkifcd to regret the sacrifice they have made df their of self Hence the legal characters in We excepting who we is and who would yet willingly have concurred in a milder censure have charac1 terized me tranaction in terms wliich express an intensity of I not to be any other terms fn the English This is no party in the ordinary sense of the phrase the of the mgttjipn will advance the Whigs an inch nearer the it may be that the orators seek in de fending a methodist Popularity where the most pathetic exordium scarcely sufficed to awaken and where the flight of a balloon more engaging object of Contemplation or among the ttfass of the whether actuated by antisectaiftuji or indifference to wards are inclined sceptical rather thin otherwise with respect to a innocence this appeal to jb behalf of the MissiQnariea and ihjfby impumty act wpoaOovefnpr iohdshett attempt to ed thereby differe the measures of taught and u mend the advocates 10 bdlmider iin aphorism of adopted as ajnotto in a Greek newspa wniai perfected bV is the Best of Vip 4 f i EPiSOM FIRST assemblage on the was not The first race was for die graven won by Yales The second was for the Woodcot which was an admirably contested won by Rogers The third was for the gold The principil Contest ww between Rainrfboitomfc Detritions and Goddarda These three were severely whipped and spurred from the time they had turned the Tottenham corner Cephahis comifeginby before A very serioni acciderit bcdmrred in this race in the course not having tieen kept A number of persons actually ran across at the very moment the Corses were passing the when Presentiment coming in contact with a man anft a woman them both fell and roUed over his the younger The three persons were apparently SECOND of people thift day was We did not hear that any serious accident had Amongst the company we observed their Royal Highnesses the Duke of Gloucester and Prince the Duchess of the Princess and the Prince tjie Duke of Lord Lord Lord Lord Lord and several other persons of We did not observe the Duke of their Sapd wich Majesties werevery but if they were they remained strictly The winner of Derby Stake was the second horse was Sir Milners The odds against the former were 4J to and against the latter 20 to The was one the hindmost and Cedric came me greatest eiaise by The race waf reckoned an extremely bad The second iraeejfor the Durdham was and by Farralls The thirdyfor the was rwon BerkleysJEparta ojatyby Cqnxpauy was not quite sfr byt quite p Ttjree four of tie old ih hand club in very tf animate btrt whtlttlabUsed by and unjust he becomes the for Accoi day at if ral The Royal assent was given to thij Beer Duties and Scve petitioBs were and Bills were forwarded theii respective Several petitions for inquiry into Smiths and other places Petitions and were pre praying fdr abolKion of The latter petition presented 1bytord who sakl it was signed by nearly all the respectable inbabSSnb of the A bill for dispensing the oatm in the case of about to be restored to of was brought froiu the forwarded thftfttgh at its and The transportation bill was combined after a short dis On the motion for the the report the New Church bill being brought DAVIES and rnqved thit the report be received tliis day six by Leicester and but was Several Bills and others Go the report bill being moved spokt of cruelty of and wbo kept iheibpciei without food tor nine or teh made a singular tie aad lie bad witnessp4jjw fact in one irtd had given a few to buy nonie which tlw poor beasts gobbled up in a iban would have trampled it under hb foot if he had neft supplied with a couple of shillings for ihobBb care to have his revenge out of Wm Itefi eentlWrp between two and three bundled of htfses that had died in difier efht that hemigbt for nothing a The report was ordered fqr further consideration on Wednes The King and Queen efthe Sandwich Islands were at Drory Lane Theatre last ahd were received with the same cordial welcome by the audience aswhen they visi ted The rf God save the Party sijeemed highly with the entertainment4 pro vided fqr s and vourite after Gbbweby was the 3he wirineiwas rode by and is the property of Lord The last face was for a plate of which was won after three heats by Rushs There was a fight or out they were not patronized by the the was on the course the whole SHIPPING AakiVED AT THB From New SuffolL Cape of Good Dorset THE to Catherine Addi 1 New Bruns THE COLONIES FROM THE Marshal Jamaica Briton For Jamaica Mewfbtkttd J at the Court of appeared on the part of the Colombian Government who had entered into an agreement with an individual ip this under which certain salt mines in Colombia to be secured to this upon the payment of The defendant had declined to fulfil the and the application was to compel its specific LOEI CBANCBLLOB he cpuld listea to no motion of this as it would be a recog nition of the Government of The bill was therefore ROWING great trial of skill for amusement and admiration to the lovers of aquatic excur sions will take place in a few days on the river by two gentlemen of who have undertaken considerable wager to in a watermans w from up to the centre and return back again the startf off in the short space of eiglit tance calculated to exceed 54 The bandit1 Sropose to contend this arduous although 1 atter themselves with the greatest confidence notwithstanding the odds are decidedly performance of this The latest intelligence frOm announces that TERAC shewed no disposition to surrender to to the contrary was detecmined to make head   

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