British And Indian Observer, June 6, 1824

British And Indian Observer

June 06, 1824

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British And Indian Observer (Newspaper) - June 6, 1824, London, Middlesex WANTS.to WEURN to. BENGAU a. very SBMjJdr European "WonjaK-seryant; alrio an Exc^llegt ^a*- R CALCUTTA DIRECT. ftw#�iw |8wJ3^ri� :Jl�Kin PLORENTIA, bnrthen SdO ton*, John Wimblti itafnevan' Accom9i9S^WoNOAT. E*rl GREY held a petition from errtaia Yrrlnii^y �i�9ambl�:d uodei, Uie iu(Mttion frtMi they had �h��itB to ififf-tir? into tiit xri�r�aees (� takiait plnoe; tba| oane anticipated henefita had resuilted from it, and tbaf it had vxted the effit of IreTand by the {ntrodifation of an adt�MiE� 3^?*" Cathdlics bad nrwally mei^ed Infcin*, ftlt^ly atur�*e�lcd by in�oUi�Aif:^ Wl^, dfsaWlilio n toowly. Mid re|i�o*cb. Tkpy_:���ii�*d V^ipt the K^m^^V^^^V^^ .King'ii Bc^cfa the administrattp� of ju#i(e wit^^^^ure aiyi tiaf, but'cbni^iaed t^t In tftteioborAaatei hwi.�i JISJJvo ba ane # Hw faitest " * P��rt of Jj(tn4^k cuefieBn9arffiaia.- at the JeruNJcm .court. Linite-4treet. COnfirirf^abn I SiA, in A. Maldelm^Sw^S2iY^i*r twfltrtftfdt ot hrr (Targo �To iiir fo Jane, tou^hin^ af iM ttrdtflftrdt oif brr (^rro Sbtp KKGAUA,b{irlh�m 4IX> emii(H(, at tht� Jeruwlein Coflee a^jlion, th�ir|>ord!iUp�wotiId call fqr th^ Le^r. Th0y�>iipfe�B04UMrk�eiii1et}di)l]Mt it would be vaiit to expect any real rolress, or for a s^tiet|ithinf;inrorinn> ane be did ntA feel tliM bis responi-atbility estruded. He cem4>Tcrrd tfad (liity of a mentb0# of tlii^ house, vilk Mcpeet to tbe prBseotvag of ^tttions, to be partlk-miaisterial, and (bM be tijiould not be juatifiert, Iwcaoae ba dil-(iered from the s^ntsiaeBU ur pf ayer� Of ib^ pMitioaert, h iWav-102 them the means of access tu that bou�e. and of statbig Uieir . . ^ .. ,.u .u^ ^nn gnerances in tli� fullest manner, aiid the mod*' io wliiph the*- �?'St.?9C!ISf..*!?'l J^J conceived th*t rccjreas might be obtained. He bad said tbi?. b�- toSTAleynder W*Bfa1�^3^$*�j{�:KJ>i".g'Jjf-Slfy.^.'^J-/ ca.�eintbe present petition, though he concurred in U A.au. at0mi0�n,ti!l�Mnf9fl, i.arrriMjpi or ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ stateijjenU and prayers to *hi^ Ue ooatd Nit agree. He hadi thmigbt it hiu duty to mention that to the petiiiunrrs, and to put it to tliem whether they would not wiabHtobe preioRted by some Mlier indiriduMl. But in their aiHWKcr thcf had raqueslod him to t>vesent it, and . \9 to the i�Hk) obj^t of tlu! pclitien, oamely, reliisi from tbosa dn, ^ . ! lie had �(lre;idv dinted that lie entirely roncurred. In hi^ ron-to Messrs. | ^^^^ j,^ Ao'nght tlint those disabilrlV'*, as tlie i>elitton (*atrd, wttt Orwin^cled remotely mid i^rvcihf, with nM tht' evils jrtiir^i �Aicte4 trehtnd. As far as tlirir remoetil Octe^cd, ther�^�, former decbitonsiM that ^iiMMttoo. 4(o4|iqwtd'il�m^�Qiiiiirfoa(i^4aJ lim�tltieht|, fct tftfiM laMt itith etl^itne S�. lie thought Chat the foncesaion of th^ Cathplic clalq^ ir�s ^Ofiti^ fpr |>�qrt�4^fc�a 4�f ftapensr^ of ex^dieocy aad jMSlSte, in (he kantf propiiQadii Ad Mif^ jUklera^ coMwfkiRg ProaosaU (ami-m^\, widrcmd 4o the | aftprove k�Xhoase'*Ytt?d; Or^iSdmuod Will SAIL db tht loth bfirtrfJ'R, and has room for I^0HT ONL.V. itCOTtA DIIIJKCT. Ute teak ship ELUA-A. I. fiurfben ejoJ tdos. WJLLIAM SWAN� . \t tie �0^. CttMMtry't Sertiee). Lyrnfe In tbe East Indbt Import Dock. Hai superinr AccoiamfUbtkins forPluieqffen,a*.lhli�v CMrnltiR. -.ItfiAfift and AJtfNOltV OPPiCe, No. IT.Wil-J ttifdg)tMi*�duitre, %tt^m%, t^efkentr^fl, e4tflbTilli^d far �atx^y, ijr �rdy of MlirtKDipe or Aattnty, t� be aeauM uuoa Freehold, Couyhoid. Leawheld. orFundedPrc-^W^hi��d ^ the PtaHft�rfaiitf �ite Of Estiitw, wound RMts, Q^0KfvtMaotoa4�n firir�irtlfli|iBl^letenn�, .08>ed Prnons desi.ittus or increoainx iM ii*fim�(itieati, fct aH tlmMniMt \rith etl^ivfe S*. or to John tteft froBS 1i�m liwsfex, |h%ipstfia^ from i^d^ ]f\t^ts, and ^ imserf tb� regniar sdi^ea^^gtH^M b^ 4li�*dnto�r�iHtiio9Ct^ijd;iofParli*i^^ The i^ian iras oedWi^ta Ujton- ' PetiiioDs in farpui-o/lir. ShiitS's BrSdport, from the Nih^ia^^ MhKic, from Sydenham, froua Wtallini, ffo^ Raading, fn)i� BasiM;ato)t�� wid U/Ktk ordered to lie on t)ie uhle. r' PetitieoB wviw prMtn^tM from Mba gmslareiyc fraia HereV4 S"^ the from an individnal at Racfaei(ter, -cNip^ niary kfjttries relative Co (lie mao^iimr Roabnrgh agniest tbr doty un dftojea ^fiktAJ' praying for tlie freedpia of tbe againsttlie ImodiRg of wheat; fi pany, aad fmm eenahr ff�dan>rlli? sine laaofancit Mi; wheilt.-rOrderrdto Ht. PI,J3^lgtDtary______ . _ , pressions hi tbe pe(iao%. BiMn* be Icarcd tb�y ^aii a tnifr �ncy to revive tlioaa dis^pttoaa vhick^itcuulil not bnt he tb� iaijereiit qf the petitioRf t� tbeniselrss c�fet at rrsl. tp ever olh^ sentiment exprc�e(l in tlie petition lie h.^artily coaetirrejf. The petltioncn eonryiiataed tiMt power and hoqor were enjoj-ed by only a few, a� I that ilO*excUisive ouiror imlacrf f*id* amj contempt in its posaessnra tnwMrds all ooiers. The geai-nrt Ian* |}Mi^tor Arsoaal attendance at the See fron tea till four o ckKjt. , /allibbi >PM�afit�il*r tt A mmiik tMtajwJnhry, ��co. I by Sir Samder H^oay. But. -BLP.,. v%ii 70>��n.?��- . >4a tbe frfl^�,'iwf>et4)U>V %e�>ly�ct-taihi�iie, 1 ai llapaay's EUbnratory, No. 2, Berner'f-mews, ?l�w. �rM, Ban.; 3^ ttaVer lllrk tu it uM^ly i'equired. ye-vrtraPr�drtam>is ivqaind fruia I^M>ab .t�raffe4 bi the A-rtiy or Navy, uhle�� whao calked bitOActual *cr;�ice. Wtf�i��uitrt Wcrnty wor "fiot of Admission is cbargafs�Mtiti/ aii�ami(alr�ip g�o)Mnd�ae soM, Que ship bcouxht&b4(aaae,4inithe other JetMaekUg. covortbefe^e i^^, oetp manoeuvre "to try, ^ngenioBcua^faB yoirHkflM' bye anilli^. Xiw earn �fceewv ready tnoal'dtb yourjniial. And Warren's fine JTrf to.-hls Agent's consird'd, fBMKteasiilMit, �trhlMi-�hoH itaR-MVia'to teH, The gcsae or the Mac king WbidMitti&kdn'irouldseU. 3^ �!uBt�D*hon deliver'd! TlMnts tffe atM(lWi�N, tiow an Aihduur xM, t^arotao' V oriedljR) une en !tlie bo hadrlaid ^ � " Jfee J*N ^faus Whisfctv aad fiee^e., are still hold, The betliow d�e?d�!ndoii,J VRfrStWiln'ewryTfl'trn in Hie Kiwgaom; liquid, inbOttlrsGd. ��Al.i)Miiaad m.:�acb. Also -Pa�R BlitekiHir �n uotstid. m. M. eacb. A>ShiUingnotof:Paste is.ettial to.fauria. hot-�fclqtfl*. ^}f^WARREN'sBUcW^g. ir^- - --II,- " � ^T?(��*^*n�&meAOTeok ffestonieol on \elluta,t�rint�d *^�^�i>Ma,,in wfaich.edUitta.ErMHniM omitted the-cele-�*[�ave^, in St. jQbns Epi:.Ues. respecting the three W�w^^imde�ses,^ |)uYj5ha*d on Tuesday at fiv4irt>. of (laat oil that ooneesMan. tern* eMIearadtasboiiM baee beev iiia4�, wiiildi, ite vm �otrriaiM|d wesv unfoaedad. Afkr �peakang ^ Urn iMeat eoadoot ef Umi^kee, �he petitiosN-ri atatcrf fi^selgt* ��.a|iMfat.tlMatb� Orange factioA -had tkp s�f>pMr( aoi wmnn^nm/noj�� itko-trims MiwML. Now, if t^%H it m fkimim ,*9 bivntM- UIWUiaHfe ia.lWiduai I0> Mvavnf(v of Ibe British CoastiHiHon to all olaases of itis Ma^eety's aabjecw, inrtead of eneooragnng any partioulu-'aleociaiion of men 10 oppress die otb have been very ill mUised. Whatever night be Uie JX|>edit'oc^ of some iittotM and the CbiMTli. flirt �rblist he regretted that the Inuf^Uige of this -petUiiiB ab(ial(14>e so different hx)m that of preceding ones, he Md nat tliiak i> a amiier oC surprise, k w>�s one of the rcsnlva �rf that vvstMo of laiagovenaaietit whiet^ l>yfoii)enffii)c aad exciting oivi'l nodsdigious^mosiiiM in livtahal paodaoedthe deoadftil jvaonu^y �ir a 4ifl|^n ao�rtned�>f toaMnyHdraatafei, uverwlM Imad with misery ��d dosipAir. awU a murve of �toaitai->!i - ' 103. try rich in alliihe ^fU of beiocB. apd a pe�jj�k liw4y,#r,^lB(ul, , The linqknipl laws .ameniliuenl bill w^* re.ti! a lliiril tiinv, ajid humane, quick to rcaentan insult, Uui quicker .Hti'.l to m- � p���"0^- giiagt?, indeed the whole, wrth the escepllon he had om-ntiorted, was correct and uipderare, and sqch as l^ t^ighiv approved of.- U Wn� signed by 1800 persons, �uil %rn$ therofore not thp pc-titibn of the Rennrul body of CathiU.cs. |t was as the petition o( 'those individuals ainnc that he (.reseatfil it. He Uionght it proper thus Jistioctly to expre.�s himself to aroid any posi>ih|ii miiUippr^henHion. He disclaimed nny oonnectjop witli any body of people vhAtecer in Ireland. With retrard tw Ihe^jresent petition, be aboald rom-^k tnovK that it be priatc4- >1kI ""t, as ha before obxerved, intend to found any motion upon U this acmlpn, On this iImportant question he bad always exercised, and should rarrdse iiia owe uiiliiassed ^udgmiuit; himI he w�s induced to torlMMr making any motio^ this spssiou, because be believed it would be unnvialing.' Still, bis opiaioa on tlit sutgect was unaltered ; and that opidoo was formed open a matured and iti-{II**ri hear, hear.J - fie conviqepii that it was libs^littely certAii) it irould succeed xoooer or later ; titat iu iurfes:* Vas iadetul as certaia ai any event dcpendlh|^ uoon physical eaiise*. He repeated tliat he had no wiih to it%9 dncitsiiOH iipoii tbf snTiject at thiu inomeDt.- Hia only desire ivas to stM^ b>s o4mi indiridnai opioion. He concludctl bv moving tbyt M>e petitisiil.be lirqtuglit up. The petittbli was acctmfiHgly brou|ht up, rc.�d, .-ml or.lered k> lit eta thek. aad be priaced. L^rd PaloH'Tstoa brought itp nrittee On tbe insnrrection acl.-Oi Mr. BROVVNLOW present^ ^tWtf respeetKblr iodiridtids agaii � ^riiic)) haejilready.daa? so much 1 tttiodere after sta.tlng their desire wMlaasetig' l^eir conntrrmen, ^iib�l that if fdxee xad gocd vtll^MA tio�r e^st, m was�fri�^ l^^be condaq^of this body w|iie^ fa� Msuinfd the powrris ot a distinct gorrrnmi-nt, and hiiftM mfikrMkxo levy a taX 00 the f.atholics of freland, and ivereer-aeviiam to be takea of the idyde pqivdntioa ot tiic dlMo^^oam Thi h9H- ;t rX^^C him^fr^t lihl nrtlim. H� wiiljiii ris letter. Hedoclaied tliat "tlie a�.*oclalioo wns tilciil�Tp4 ne groea pBitjMdc^ of-lbe gesv# auj^iety which Brevwlcd i|i the colony. Uabamlly it^dfd not occur to the authorilW* there to promnlgate ih* lo^nictipQs vfajch bad beeo repeire^i at onpe. Tliia wi|a del�^lt4 week after week, up to thp geiuod qf tV fatal occurreiiees ;rbich the bowie waa sfrquainted, aad pq antben-tic communieallbD of the instmclfions received w^ made either to the whiti Of to the black popniatioa of that colooy. The inr tereal was 4x 9? "t'cn weeks, the instmctioaaijjeing acte theid, Ad signed � ea their oatbi. Ho no* cnme' to the part dt the p**^ ceedii�e where hearsay evidence wa� stopped By the cOuii i for a Kght dirl at last break ia nitan them, and they dLicovem he illegality of Ukihqaciatiiui, ief ifi lr�!btod. The pe-qiHintHin peace :ind good gocd ^tttt^tlouaie piii^WeaVroab.liei#iaidIp bave ipffofett figtOtodiyp-ada The yean ad��^ajiti^ ofXpilt o|ie dioii--'M'^tHlim^. thtir copy, rfet��^. J�r.' porpe, the bookseller, wm the ArttebWbtop of CartTtf-wtrj  powerful competitor. knOfiledge abooeftX, a people of warm bran.-r tin-Catholics wews excited, by liie Oihcr Uie fears of .tWc J'n>teslaii�s were alarmed. Boch pKrtics were ibns brecrct association, whetJier J^rote.�t�Bt or Catholic, would cwcrjiier -favour with, or apology from hi be iaade>in fa\-our of those who, leoUng thotuseh-esii^rcil, jir^il labouring under a load of opprescon, .might he excused/c)r ahowlng greater sensibilitj-. The nOble earl,*ftcr repealmg tli^t-itwasoot his inleruioo to (^rnpese any mausare reapectiag tl|c Catholics this seseion, mwed ibat the petition be Tt�i--^' Agreed to. The Clfrk oT e received i 1 tLis stA,te ? Tlte Ear! of LAUW.RDALE was uodenttood to aaj :tiiat it woakl lieagaiivit tlw^stsailiagoalmi. After a shurt conversation with tbe Lord .Chancelbr and ll�e Earl df Harrowby, Earl Gnyr withdrew the petitiop for tir -preseflt. The Barliof LIVARPOOI. pteeeokxl hbeMi, �f aihicb behadgiven notice some da^ since, to .n^klc tbr oaths torbr' taken by persons serving in the excise. The noble JE^rl theti moved rtie'ArStTeadiag-of the bill.-Agreeflto. Lord CAWDOR, After entering hHo�history ^of :4ii�; admiiiiatratian.Qf Justice io Wales since the ttme of.Ueiiry ViU.' moved, "that the house resolve itself into a coiumittee, wltji. the view of proposingtbreeicscrfqttens to tbe foUewitigeBect;:! Jst, rtbat tbe peeaent state of -the adminiatEation of >mice iti' Willed, is inadequate to the real ends of justice. 2dly, Xh�t'' this arises from the local and onllmited nridiority (jftbe JndKei: 4in4'thirdly, that such^aa^iddition be made to the aamber (If EqglialiJIudgas as wid allotr of Wales beiqg included wiibkuila! circuit. The LORD CHANCELLOR contended thstblheailini-. aisCcationof justice in Wale^s FOitld not 4)e j�o de6cii-at �sat>ba|] beun. rrpresmted, as.in 40 years there had AOt beeu.M)oreXtiail' five or six units in Equity from that countrjs and not otie uppcill to that house. He wislied to �liow- tlie tioble Lard -41 iJutrro-iqscct. bntihc�.Oi�id not assent to bis jnotioo. hpuae then divided-Couteots, 6 | Not coutent?, 14 j majority against the motion, 8.-Adjourned. HOUSE OF t;OM-MONS. Mc�HlLJU{^^�eftted a ^letiti^ii (IVjam llgqebestct-^itist Jihe A^aaeiioater. loan . bUl ^ atal^ vthRt lSii� i^'di brought forward by the aame persons who wanted to obtfd}(,M>^'-j The liirltts fiadakins' biU .was read.*third l�:iie ai�o. �'Wi when tooea tiad JiiiL-erderedJoiie,oiithetoblc. ^le^ Hie wtoqy witb just �ail fiBai-Hi*le ateid. - In �o�se- 'Twooetitioos to J^e same e^ct, fromlh^.�meJ*^atc, a^yit e^utoit^latiowjel"^ wi^nfawowiiyio ' pres*�Dtea b}-Loi^ipauil^, auti ofderetl u> IH' on'thetWile. , �!��*,^iiesri��t�BcfialBS*aU lieeiiaeatem W jke^aatoiiiiee '1 "�jro*Bls'ftltJi1�Vi���lMke^*hybomte-weo?j*^ raWWd. ttowra. i�ie ^S^TZZ^^Jniy last year 5 as it appear.-d, iCt o.� �t�rO*(Blsmi�^i*lP ilPthffVrity bonds-^ aM^t^rdered iri'w i*%W*e�. . ^ geooB of London, praying for a law that no persona should prac HfKJSE OF Li>Rl>S.-Ti;�M*>�r Earl Radnitr j)r�seii(cdiijH�itii�a frtMii Henry piUaa, 4�r^yinr that bis cbiiius U> th** earl'lom ot Rov:uuiiiv>u l)e l>^ra inte consideration.-RCTern-d to tbe comtnjtteertttin^on the pi-ernge. ijordbe beard by couuael attt^ biM" OH jfi* .n� ^ the Stafford peerage.-Laid uu thr tai�le. A*r.-Courtettay, Mr. S. Wordt-y, mid others, hnugbt �p fruie A$:-CoiuiiiO(�f liiv baokrupt lawjN'nosetubi]eitf.b>ll,:tblimits b(�, l3ie bidvs and aitba bttl, and iftvex^ jii*i�-atcluU!f, whirb mere rrvwl a/Kst tiine. The wimjI importation hill was rea*l .1 tbinl.time unii passetl. 'fla' Earl of Harnnvby presented thf report of the ��fi�e house, h re-ennmienlled the conttmianre of tbe ioMrrection aot (or one The .*��otch entails r^ilatlpn hill wivi rend me, u>i p.^>*ed ; the coiili^ carriage bill, the noiise of brvat) biH, the ��>-.eal .bill, -weiit wvpectivolyiiirough.eoqvi'itteqs aod ,iaere jnywijirJ.-Ad-jourued. 3)l;>�)|Bititfile^iagia bit! Hsas rend a third tiasft, aiid JM�t.l)�f>k.b(li waa read a thirti time, aud passed. 'IVKkiasw'were ffeaeated from flertfoRl, praying far inquiry :iat0^he c��lpi.*Ue neighboyrJiood of 4pi�wicb �gniaat the ))0|aded wheat bill; frojm tUe botchers of Bury St. jUyiunils, agaipat tfaiehifles and skins'bill; from Merionethshirt, agrfihtt Aavery ia tbe tVest'irtdirs ; from ocrfpin iftwdjol&es'in the eouttty of Haitl.aew,.pra3a�g.tb�i tAe distilUijon^f a^irija in ScQ^ABd may be Rutoil the same fooling a? in En^^adj from the iqhaVttanta of MrfcoiOlie, ag�^a^t the bonded whinifbin ; from tbe Vhatii-dier of�o�om�f**-i�tqfl:,tlua b^ideilfyrrign "corn might Ue admiucd int�> home r./n�inyitiqn.-tJri^ered uTie �n*l�elttWe. , , . . - . -Mr. aHjQUfiHAM �>irfesaod ttot u dbntgn^ tfai^fd .tUe.uiotion. of w^ich heha4gi�-r.n nQti.^w those geatl�a�� who JspBpurod hJfn arith libeir ^otioo. that Ironi jke bq^iniiig to ,the ^ ^ Ibc ,triiU fif Ir. Kouth there M J.*vn a xioI#i^,of the �pst fi^jooa Joiwiof+iw.^sweJas.mibxtantiplifmice, |,e 1^^0C*ifrki�owBinmailern tiaic^.rto be coflnipcled jriP. any - - - ^ � procpdlii^. ^t atta q^cewan-'for *r b� l>ur(m�e, as thvy estHbTuhetl tbe fact ttiat thQsii^ who knew hiqt best esteemed him mfttt. Mr. Stalth waa dcMg^fd from his honsje' wum three daye �tler the revolt tuok jflac^" fh: was in grrnt je��p�rdy, to prison, wi di fitted for a place of torture, where he was expuseU tp thtrwatps ari.iing from a piece of �iagaant water. fif r. Smith qrsii'setzed uader the hallow pretence tliat, by tfie declaration of Martial law, he Wii.i required 10 serve a� a ^dicr. If from ignu^ ftloce of the fact that thi.i was requil^d, be bad refu ed to serru,.| �nrely there wa.* �oine excuse fiir his so doing. Mr. Smrtli wns however liurried to prison, and hn papers Were scixeH. With these was bis private journal, part of which was inteuilcd to be sent to his employers, hut the greater |>ortion of it was intruded to meet no human eye but his own. He wan kept in confine-aient after the di.�turljance had (ruhsiJed. General Murray hait written home, that wn thr 2tiih thinga weie quiet, and afh'r the 31:ii there wma nn movcnienl at nil. Tlic colony was thus, barring the po^�i!)ility of a rult|tse, as iFjtnquil as it could Ite, and as utuch � as it had been hefore tin' new lastraclioos wrre sent out Mr. Smidi was kept ia priaou �uur caleaitar mouths. Ou the !>th ot Nurembrr hr was oaa&ned in a room calbd tbe Garret, where be MRU subJA.-eled tu many prixatioiu, aod ijl was .finally reaolveil to bring him to a court umrtiat. He called on the hou;*^ to pauae, and survey it �b it were tbe outsUe of tbia proceediag. He believed it would puszle tbe most learned iQciitber of the court to say under what bw tliia was done- As a lawyer, he caMld nut un-dcrstJiad lv>� ftir. Suutli could propciy be tried beibre a court martial. If the pruceeditys in Deiuer��ra were ta be juttiAed on the ground that Utey were annctioped by a Uuich la>*, be would answer to this, that the cruwa bad no hgtt, coMStiiiitionalty speaking, froai comiurriug cqlonitM to import ioionur coasiilu-tioB laws which were uiiKiiovn to it. Were (be priactpie admitted, these things miglit all be denixened (a our cauttitutioii withoiu coaseat ot Parlivmeot. Hot ti waa Htmeoaaacy for hiiu to dwell ou tiiissubjcct, as the f�v>ceeiitogs which bad takes piaei-profrascd to be founded ou the law of Eaglaod. Tbe parties charged could not plead thattbey took place under a Dutch law, at it waa under tlic mntioy act, which waa oltea eitad on tbe trin'. lliat tliey affected to act. Nmv, did tbb bear ia the rase of llie poor missionary He was tried hy a court martial, and governor Murray wrote home that tliis w^s be^r for iiiiii, fi� had p different course been ta^ep^ \m nii^t have bej^ brqught beforr more prrjud iced tt ihunaL ^euuwerer )iod in Siiyiai; that had bd beev tVjkjcacech veili-titUe snhjocl still more. HaW a pagp sufcred fcw thf openiivf �peveh, buteiflitwj pages.sraiccly cnu-tAua-d his refdy. After tiie priaunar's uwulh wxs ekMed, whee be could u as be tinderatiiud, po'.iody qpukl .bear^ii)^lu-r,di4rf oaf. Mi�w then citiiie tie to MpfKUtUna uficrr to lie proaident of the ctturX, wh > held such a xiluati Jn as he h.id lueiOJAned It happened tioit o;.|y H :few (l.-iv a prvvioiis Uj thi*, there was a grcut dalt- of e jutUs, j�nd owery iwie of tlirm was signed " S. A. Goodmaa." 'Hiesi- p:>tjir xrenturrs weie dv-scribed as ii� eh� "WWW m crnaanxaminatiea. " Were you not thJ4 hasekafV^aliseiiee, Rol oneqAee.^ ilp^n which was jus pf hit ure Ifaeqi k aiMIta b cr*HWi�taminatiea. aicaViiMwgaaa iw we BWTa�eenw�#fi>n-"i'm Mim j, 1ijr 1^ piMCCic^. Other parts of Mr. Smith's defence wer^ gaAled Hy suppressions Of what was siippOsed to riifi^t on (be ocNiit, the Jhdge Aintr}-, hy disavowifig the whole of the proecediqgs relptlve to tbiit gentleman. The hon. and learned meurbbroonclDded ,bT moving in suli^tanrc, as follows ; the eXart words we coultl ifk coHoet, On nccount of the noise in tbe house �nrt the s^allery " That aa humble sddress ho pre.qsillera(io& thv' papers laid before the house re.ln^;ve to the COntlemnatipff of Mr. J. Smith, late a'mjasiootxry to OenfUfnrTi; And thm^^tbey eoiiceived it to hi their amy to dedare that in their opinion that cua^emnatton was uojust; and beseeching his majAiyto takcsneh meaaiires aa be abonM consider efrtieloal, for prr> veotiitg a reeurrence of any firoceedings of a siia^ar naiaar ; aod for aeruriog religs�ua loatwetioB to the negvoee, fthrftn^'h the exertions of mi^aioqaries^ by aflbrdipg them nil 4�ie pto-ic^tion." Mr. W. HORTON roie to ojppo.ie the molien. Tt^e boaouiaMe and learned getHjemAn had c.ranected ^hc }nu, aqd ll^c whole of the adrrrtiscments were sign-^d witli Lieut.-G.fh>npl- Goodman's name. Let it not be �'y)pos�.'d t)i�t be meant to say ih�4ioMitig^f ibtM office wntfid f)C an iniluc-einent to -fieuC-Coluaei Ooorfinaa to net contrary t�> bis ^wlgrti-.-nl, bac it gawbiia a mani�eai.iatef�� io Ilic �y-*em,jsa4 awf^beAjf snnt auppoee htm preiudicrd m ite frjrour. But the ^liei ^iwtice^ VAuld uMt J��ve, Ur.JtojnU^^ff the qgAt,9�aMte�^ w>|� ^gffmvfi ^ ^ yaii>t0fimAm ^viUWM'lqqt, ajMe k� 3Ct�,|ro}a4 a^opd �jo!*^ *nth^, i)iwlit��i�two OKyHhO-rhetose^tlit; fitnttx-nmrXAiA of^mjlh was.lawMJde^l. ,M^iJU�i\-^ �;Mv�t peryjrf of4iaw! ie fs^ yrieJ.as.a jwVlicr. w.quld,row .h^g |hc J>oise,t6 Juoii Jbr^m.moaieqt ,al tjhe cpiip'e ,0/ IhfC _proc�^qp on ibe triiiL Apd if he Jiad Jihewp fu^t .tlie co,urt 1^1 po jo-risitt>tion 4}ver the case of Mr .Smith, if.he had proved diatlii-' jiitlges jrcre interested person* ami cHsqual'iiied for thatoVce, be could equally abet^ Ibat their proceetfings .wcris neitlier sanctionetl by the niitxims of justice, �or juattfied bypriori* pies ot law-rveq if:thear h>ld,be�n(qo fi^t^ in the*originaI cuo-structioa>r power of t^e jtribopaL ije i>egged to observe that Jh*: x^Htm'.^biB^irc .the hfMise. MRr^ hr,��P (?n9�BS ^lU al- t.UP5S��.Hf *'�^ ^\ �V -�^�ipcd jiiiy Tbey t6|d~ncHliiqg wfai*^ wasaiuit^HCi bu^ ^ey.oip^tt^ jtfiuch .wHi^h onVbt to he tc�l-i*�a"i0^thia �Kaiefrous aod uahwd lof ih�rcfiptipo. litis ^s >�bHt tiie cowt �f\^m^ pjio^rtujMJ|i^tioiV>aie:Si4r(aor^liia.4nMf.:ei)d^,l�/ ^ q^sfajd tjlbers, laTcoafeiWieiiii tliingK in the colony. By this test he was perfectly vfMtti^'io4tf the preaenC motion, beceuae he wan' not pre(�f�f*ij, imr w*� it nt-cesfary to defend the c.ise by technicnl rules. It slioaW be�e-memhered that the colony Was in imminent danger ; and tba't for AfikQ w^^ there were 77,�00 slaves. The court Wliidi trfcd Mr. Smith was formed ns uiiexceptlon.iWy as it was poiiSilile, cmsidering all the circuTOStances of difficulty. Aud wonW the geriilea�e� say tAat not only Mr. Smith was innoceat, bin tdac the coiM-t wh4ch tried him had formed a delibiTate lutenlloa %� oouMJiil injustice? Was it likely too thttt be would havelMul more jistice administered to hiui had he been tried by the omtal form* is nr)t punisfhable by dealt). The kejjrul pwrt of the q'lestioii be ifid not attempt to meddle witli; hutet-Qn !dtppo�l%; the hon. and learned gentleaian tube eorr^^'t Vn Iris ieg�t vi^iffcl' it, tlie sentence had heen q-ialiftijd hy a n-commeodalfejn u> oiTcy; and when it wa.s rviiieiwbererl that in oo oaJe wioMu inemiry had such a sentence, ROqiialitifd, been acted upon, i: was loo Kiudi to say tUat the c(M�rt desired tu take away [tie'pri-�r>uer'� li�^r. Had the iwisoaer been tried by tbe ord�Oii#vc�diii-tntimml form of procee�li*^, he �v�;�illle agaluseteim' iiui be wo lid no more have hern allowed counsel Unin ^-m^-, iti>d�r she proc-wediiign aa they had iktlunJIy taltva pUce.' The lum.aod JoaoHsd goucleiuaa nut only compiaiited isf tfiu original proclMnist'Kxi of imtctl^il huv, but ot iu contiMMoee atWraila^ ces.4ly /or it {as Uie h;>qourahle and learned geotlemMi ebougblj bad ceaaed. Xb shew that this wn& not done reoaiiously ti>-wands Mr. Smith, ai had bimn held out, lie would .xrfer ike botose to Ibv go�eroor's dispaVhus to llie guvermuf at at hoaie in wbicii be uttDerrad t/uit'hc wasaiost anxious to.jiboti�h oiaati^i law, and would Uke the first sate opportunity of douig so, tui( that Huf whibDs wore atill vcigr nioeb ^larHivd, and relied otiie% upon their arms; eipecially wheu they considered the-aasc4||(> prufxtrtkm in aumbur tetwoen tjie wiifttis aad die dLarvs. He now cnme to the most iiuportani part i>f tbe whole Udoaaetiqp. tie 4Beaiit the iqsnrreecioa it%�it. ia tbe irepy ouCsot be ftaaia ask, bad the boo. and luurned gaotlBusiMi denied timt tjiir agates ot Mr. Smith bad been engaged la the insnrrection? Ho b�d not dotie so: aad wastiiere udi pcuuf, orictjtOdteota susjiiciua >of a very �(raqga>sQiiio� liad.baauiao eitg�|fed f Ueadahttedti^ tiiiealaoe waa aot proof ^f j^lt; but tuis-a^a.^ �>�Met.nwt tobe t>�etiooked wbeo Xiusy were teying tbemidnst st ^dse court, tt whs iaipuasiblc, be-tliuugbt, tp iiead-the raf>rfa.a0d .prunowncc Hr. Smitb Jo he tiie ApalUrM dutmeter afakl omabiak fae ihad any malicious dedigu; inr iietii�e lioidt atJlti: tuples �bi�h J^If.Btakii h�id chomm'ta. address to the slaves. He (.Mr. Hortonj did not say thuttiayiemn OTfpogiatke.aiv^act; Juit>r�re thcy^ ^o be MJdrcdMdM the slaves.'' in two ia.-i(as��ai .he iuwl ifliioMl the .cu;�duat.af iir Jat��i{t��h>>�^^>JHi''u heac�aertz�iI,�$ shu'^s. XosUw the sUte of Mr. Smith's mind, Ite s..ouid refer to tlie joariisl�f itlwt gefltlemap.. WWiihPlW��Ui�;*^ ��%etion made by llw boa. �n*l Jte^qcsd t^tftfff^M>^f /!^ift �' fi^bu boo. member here referred U> thut part of Mr. Smith's journal wJiicb npqit^j^t' ihe^gicit twq)g.)Kithin hifM^i^ ^'^riag some prayer uttcrrd bv a slave.]' J^U. fi^iilii .fiitfi adr^Oied a most tlaqgciia'ix ibat-iriue, b*-A^\ejfipfjfis.y>-�t9 the aff4'�.of 9t. Pu-mmjB�--aAd hishyrinj itdown that it waa .culpable i^ th�)Slai^ >i^te ,^^'rred on this point. tU (Alr.H-J l^tier^.^.liq^ 4�e wifUjitf^rer^nent aud trt that Iwufe^ |p^e 4>ej|nV<^Mlt heard such inaiottatiooa. Thua the evSaeuce Ukeo before othei bodies wasbrosgbtby iasinnotion to bvitr apoa I he trial or nnfl others, l.�l coatei^iatieas wit|t kim jjpi iK-tore otneitl ^J^^ expression reap�ctii� the drieiaf of tbS'i uoo. and tearocdscotiifuMUit wtabed 10 pul aa hiaocttil ;

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