British Monitor, February 18, 1821

British Monitor

February 18, 1821

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British Monitor (Newspaper) - February 18, 1821, London, Middlesex THE PMO AftlS ET February IMPORTANT MISSIONS WHICH WEIIE ENTRUSTED TO ME BY It was my intention to have continued the account and result of my Missioijisrj I for two first that as those transactions embrace a peribd of nearly five the Peace of Tilsjtin it would fake up at least three I toinsert 3or 4 columns every Sundayere I could bring them to a conclusion consequently Jrmjst be considerably by reading them in detached 1 shall therefore arrange for publication tlieyltwill make two larje I shall also print inroFrench correspondence isjn that What has already appeared in otithat subject has made con sensatlop the where the j articles hayiei been inserted in the Even in Where frf a they inserted in de first article appeared in that Paper 27th nit and which is introduced qf the jaije r of them r There still i n thise w ho perfectly here on jStfctet Mi certain but has revealed GOLDSMITH now confirms by he then timidly JVli n is ters of Europe know that I have been sp employed and if their memories should I shall refresh by producingtheir dential notes given to all of which will be doheih jfae 1 intend by way of Preface to my give copies of my various Passports in which I am described Political going on will putievery doubt to rest of my having been so employed but I have still that is himself who sent extracts of some letters which I had addressed to when I was on which he sent soon after my work appeared here The Secret His tory the Cabinet of to an Evening Paper devoted to his Some of those letters were and manu factured by employed in SAVARYS and when the latter was in this country a few years back he acknowledged the fact to of having sent those letters to be in serted in the Evening Paper alluded the Proprietor of which is since The tenor of ray passports will also acquit me of the odious charge of having acted the part of a spy though even Ambassadors are nothing more than privileged spies Another reason for not continuing my revelations in this Paper that I think such articles not at all calculated for a polemical especially a Sunday It cannot be very flattering to amour propre to see such precious for history lie on the and in the shop windows of news and even placarded every Sun day on almost evevy shutter of those places were the Papers are Therefore as soon as I possibly 1 shall print the the title of which will be Historical and Secret Memoirs of the Continental Courts of from the Peace of Amiens till the Peace of Tilsit Due notice will be given in all the Newspapers when the work is ready for publi FORLORN CASE OF SAINT CAROLINE OF JERUSALEM The funeral oration was pronounced on La Dames cause in the House of Commons last by JOHN and the brotfeer of LoriS a Peer by it a sdrry piece of to be sure What not one Civi orOpposition make the last effort for their virtuous idol Her cause then is lost indeed So it was considered every man irihis after the fate of SMITHS motion nevertheless Lord HAMIL TON revived the of the and made a motion that the bright starrof inno cence and virtue shouldrbe prayed for in the churches of adultery held wi as much abhorrence in as in poor a sorry figure and what was inorej in the course of his speech he introduced an subserviency of some Mernbers of which thought to allnde to his noble But Whigs and mo dern philosophers nice about jttiese mat only subject in debate on SMITHS of is theipart WILBERFORCE tookinlt although he1J considered the soicfisant star of as hotenititled tqVfavor arid and thought submitting the nevertheless 6n the shwuftd 6f a trifle light as air object can firay ers in the eyes of modern philosophers All this was toldk to BROUGHAM by Lord in the debate of the 7th and how did BROUGHAM meetthiscHarge why by not authorised by tioos to SpPmuch the worse as it have been better for him if he had had his clients permission to make these let me did in propose to that his client should at any assume the rank and title of BROUGHAM knewfull well of the existence of Milan which was then already he knew also from himself heard of clients that she was not a fit Queen coimtryLyetwhei how changes his He swears in the debate of the 5th that she is and then v only vbe known to the illus whether she be innocetit dr of adduced against her All this is very proper but if no one butherself and GAMI I suppose must alsoa the can know of her how tHencan you swearthat shp is innocent anad one in his pays Parliament nevertheless 6n the and to quiet the public la Dctme Carfllines sljoufd sorted in the certainiy c eold for it he serve praying unless it be on the broad prin ciple of Christian that we should pray for Had WILBERPORCE given would have been but to pray for a woman pronounced an adultress by one hundred and twenty five and which number would even have been had not a Bill of Pains and Penalties been tacked to the is really offering an insult to ALMIGHTY is outrageous blasphemy What a man so stuffed with reli WILBERFORCE or affects to to talk of for the sake of quiet ing the public attempting to compromise with the ALMIGHTY Since whetf is religion bedome the shield for and hypocrisy There is something about these O ultraReligionists which I never and WILBERFORCES conduct last Tuesday confirms that He is as much fallen in rny humble estimation on that as he was for having been the political agent of the black ruffian of the late As to WILBERFORCES tenderness about the public surely he must know that the public mind does not care one jot about the All loyal men are against and all the disaf fected are for and does WILBERFORCE wish his SOVEREIGN to be forced into a mea sure by the Radicals and cutthroats And in order to quiet the public the altar of Gon must polluted it any one ever doubted your they must now be convinced of But it is astonishing that WILBEK FORCE should one moment listen to those blasphemous propositions for inserting that Star of Caroline of in the when her own legal made a proposition to Government so far back as that at the demise of j the KING his client should remain and should not at any time assume the or title of Queen of this but only that of Duchess of At the demise of the i KING the ncgociation was resumed respecting her name being inserted in the which BROUGHAM as he considered it to be easily as of vtfie Btoprie Somite of our who admit puff paragraphs into their Mr BROUGHAM was also contented with pec annum are not Newspapers must be paid for saying black is Pamphleteers must also be in the The Addressers must also have their be especially as they have thought proper to institute by against the Proprietors of The Morning Post and for having said no more than the LORD Lords LAU and many other Peers have respecting la Dames adulterous intercourse with Indeed the very decision of the House of Lords proclaims that woman an As well may the bright Star of Innocence in stitute proceedings agains the Duke of MoisTj after the bill was said in the House of Lords that his conviction of her criminality was and that for he should never look up to her as his And how will those Peers escape who signed the Protest against the abandonment of the His Royal Highness the Duke of CLA the Duke of Mar quisses of and BRIDGEWATER Surely these Protests are as if truth is libel as any thing that ever was written in our And how to cha racterize the 324 Members of the House of Com who voted against her name being in serted in the Liturgy But it is not a little extraordinary that the advocates for the liberty of the press should be the first to attackit It seems that their notions of the liberty of the press are these attack the Church the the Royal the ail our is just and proper but those who attack vice and expose infamy deserve and are lit objects for prosecution Thu in an infamous is called the QUEENS Solicitor repeats it in the House of Lords AH this is passed over by who are never theluss accused by our liberals of being ene unes to the hberty ofthe press whereas those who only repeat what was said by the highest authorities in the country respecting the ;