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   British Press (Newspaper) - March 20, 1820, London, Middlesex                                f   *^ '    ��       � ' �    1.'   ..v'> N UMBER.^93. LONDON. MOIVDAy-||||�l&;H 20. 1820 THEATHR-noTAL, ,HU(jRr-lAiyB. THIS EVENfNG, MONDAY. March 20. Iris Majesty'* Servants will perform Shal�(>eare's Tra- '^"'""^KING RlCflARD THE THIRD.    ^ Kin^ Hpnry �>�� SKtli, Mr. I'l.pc; HichirJ Duke of GluWr. Mr. Kenn: n..kr of Buckingham, Mr: Ho1la-nd ; E�rl of Rirhmond, .Mr. I'euley. Eliiabclb, Oneeii of Ed-wiird tlie Fourth, Mrs. Waver; Lacly Anne, Mrs. W. We�t. After wliicli,37lb time, au entirely new Comic Pjulomime, cal^a JACK AND THE &EAN STALK; Or, HARLEttOlN AUD THE OGRE- ,i , ThtOgre,Mr.H�id�nu; jack, Miss Povfy,*Iltrv�rAa};tnr. feqaiii, Mr.Bologna; Paulaloun,Mr.HartU(ul^:Clawt^,M^.� So^ltllby. JacVs Mother, Mrs. Pearee; Janett� (aflerwanla Columbine), Mi�� Tree ; Arpa,,Goo�l Geiijuji of ll>e Harp, Miss E4ward>; Nigra, Ogre's Wife ami Erit Genius, Mr. Me-, reditb. A grotesque Pas Deux, by Messrs. Bulogpaand Soutbby. A PasSBulbj-MiasTrrt. ^ To-morrow, The Hebrew-Three Weeks After Rfanriage �-and The Rival Soldiers.    On Thursday, Brutus, w:itb Jack and the Bean Staik. TlTBATRS-ROYALi CnVhNr-GARDHN. JfflHiS EVEWjiiG. ,MOISDAY, M"�l> 20. IVASHOE;    , Or, THE KNIGHT TEMPLAR. .   , ; !*anIioe, Blr. C. Kemhie; Sir Reginald Front jle Bceuf (Knight Templar),. Mr..Alacreaily; Sir Brian de JJois Guil-berl, Mr. Connor; Sir Maurice de Bracy, Mr. Hunt; Sir iLucaj Beaomanoir, Mr. Chapman'; Cedric of Botljerwood, Mr. Egcrloii; Wamba, Mr. Lielon; Friar Turk, Mr. Emfry; Isaac (the Jew of Yoik), Mr. W. Farren.   Ruweua (a Saxun Princess), Miss M. Tree; Elgiiha, Mrs. Listou; Ulrica, Mrs. I%ucif; Rebecca (the Jew's Oaughler), Miss Fooic. With the revived Interlude (>riiiicu by G. Colnian, the Eldsr) called THE MANAGER IN DISTRESS. Mana^rr, Mr.Chapman; Bustlelon, Mr. Blanchard; Irisli-msu iu the Pit, Mr. Conmir ; Lady In the Buxe>, Mrs. Ua-reupori; Gentleman ou the Siage and iu the Boxes (with new and various Imilalioni>), Mr. Yales. After which, 16ih time, a new Farce, called TOO LATE FOR DINNER. The principal. Characters by Messrs. Jones, Lislon, Cnn-nor, Blanchard, Emery, Mrs. Darenport, MissFoole, Miss B�aumaut,and Miss Green . Tomorrow, the new musical Drama of The Antiquary- The Manager To Olstrcss-aiid Too Late for Dinner. Ou Thursday, tvanhoe, ov The Knight Templar, with The CtitU. U:i Saturday, Shakspeare^s Comedy of Errors, with Blue Beajd. THE NEW SCHEME. AS I am not a Conlruclor for the present Lottery, nor haye any Interest iu the Contract, it might appear inviiltons on my part to condemn it; but no consi-dfratiuM shall induce me to give even a tacit sanction to what mv judgment dianpproves ; aiid I have too great a rr. gard to that justice which 1 owe holh to myself and my Patrons, the Public, to r&press myself satisfied with thearrauRe-mvula of the Scheme; on the contrary, it is with sincere rv^ret I state, that it has my most decided disapprolMtiuu. Tlir Scl>em y OfSecs, from which they may furm their own comments ; hut I could not be the means of erring publicity to a Lollery which 1 dis^piu-iive, without iiitimaiidg Rucli disapproraf- and it now remains for rae to siaic, that sliuultl llti'y, afler its perusal, fre) iuclinrd to B-lvfi)ture, I E tall Cas uxualj be very hnpjiy to execute their cumiuandx. The Public's devoted Servant, T. BISH, Slock-Brokcr. 4, Curnhill, and 9, Cliaring-cross. ,� Lottery. Begins llihof April, on which day 2,000 30/. frizes witi be drawn, aJid volhliiy else. and J. SIVEWRIGHT are Imppy to i,c-tiiowlcdge the great public pa(r os. �m-, ^..fTO. 7,376, L65S. C.(i5(f, 3,443,8,443, 2,807, 7,ti07, i.f �liir|, No. 1,G.')G, 20,000// and twelve other Cipi-Ial<, ihcy wi^ji pleasure state, were shared by tiien), aud, xilh the reinaiuiMg 20.000/. Prizes, weie sold in most of the principal lnwn-t iu thi- United Kingdom. 'Ihe New Lottery ijf 2O.n0O Tirkels, ronlains 102 C'npiials, including four of 30,000/. Iwp of 20,0011/ and two of 10,1100/. Consols, &c &.c. formed iu p::rt by 40.000/. Money, or 2/. per Ticket beinj added by'.he Conlraclins; hut 60,1)00/. of the Money part thereof will be drawn the 1 lib of APRIL, in 2,000 Piizes of 30^ each; and ahhongb no other Prizes or Capital whatever will then be drawn, they particularly reconiiiiend Iheir Friends and the Public, who intend to adventure, to make tlieir purchases before lh�I day, as iheBC 2,000 Friz'k, being OO.ttOO/. will then he willidrawn from the Scheme; and the same Numberi;.wili still he entitled to the same chance for ilie Prizes remaining in the Wheel, as if Ihey had not been drawn.     ^ Tickets and Shares are selling at (heir Old Offices.JJ7, Coriibill; lI,Holborn; 38, Haymarket; and 141, Oxford, street.  h Coffee-house, Cockspur-strret, Iu Nu. 42, King street, CoVeiit-Garden.' V Monday Morning, March 2Q, 18'20. WESTMIKSTER ELECTION.  ,   . .- March, 1820. rSHHE COMiMITTEE for c.mHucu.si it.r (tE- ELECTION of.lfie rioii. G. I^MB r^sprcifully in. No.-2,387____ �30,000 70S....    21,1100 1,315....     20,tl00 No. 7,003......�6,000 2,226 ......   2,000 tec. &c. &c. STRlCTURftS CtRED. V a .iiew iMetliuil ihrf.Hbove .truuhle-ooine Com- ] plaint is entirely eradicated (ivilli6nl the use of Bougie Caustic), whether of or short staHding, aa well as ^il wrakiicsjies geMeraliy arcunijianying ii, and iu a short Uiae the whole system is re-es(ablisheil, lieiiig oue of Ibe e'^'-alesi disr^uvrries ever made, by J. LYNCH, 38, Dulie. '"�eel, St. James's. Res^etlable refercneet will be given if required-All let-tew to be pual.pBiii. N B^The mrrce of the Medlciae, is Pi� P�iMid� a Parcel. '   ; a perfect Cure fur Bilious Affection and Obstruction io Bcwcls. form Ihe Electors of Weslrains'ter, that the POLLI >G has GOMM ENCED, and will conimue every day fnim Nine till Four o'clock, and an early Alleudauce of Mr. Lauib's Friends is particularly retjuested. Parochial Cpmmifleessit daily ai the fiillowing Places - St. Aune'sCoiTee-liaase, DeaiMireet, Siihn; Augtl Inn, St. CletiienOs; One Tun, Jennyn-sln-it; .-Jwau Taveru, Bridge-alreel; White Horse Pithliro: No 18:), New Huud-�treet ; and Ihe General Comroittee-Kiiom, 42, King-street, Covent-gardeu, where all comoiaoicaliunx respecting the Election will be thaukfolly receive?*iiihd lUemleil tti., W, A. HIl^S, Secretary. . of dciierrtng^Wiij-^ Iffp. ^liinJi^frieiulB froiur eoming wp to the Poll, the Pomtiillee with t|ie utmost cunfliie^ice assure Ibe Electors, tliat under lbs snperintrndani;a of the Police aud Parish Constables, who are always in attendance, A, FREE AND UNDISTURBED PASSAGE TO AND FROM THE HUSIINGS WILL BE KEPT OPEN DURING THE WHOLE OF THE ELEC-TION. TOTHEGENTLEMEN,CLEUGY, AND FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF .MIDDLESEX. Gentlsme:*, LTHOUGH Mr. Wluibtead lm� in h triflius degree increased his majority ou the poll, yet I hare every reason to rely with cuiiEdeiice on your zealoui and early assistance to regain that distiu'^uiahed situaiiuu which it is my ambition to attain. Having now bad the liuuonr to strve you fur uearly 14 years, 1 may appeal to the'conduct uhich fur so long a period haa met with your apprubslion, bctausie it has been uniformly guided by a Irralons attachment la uur admirable Cuiisliluliuu. Ou lhe.se grounds it \a that I presnine to Bulicil your continued support, aud an early attendance at the poll. 1 have the honour to remain, Gentlemen, Your faithrul and uhudieiit Servant, WILLIAM MELLISH. Busli-hill Park, March 18, 1820. V STATE OF TUE POLL. W. MellisI..................... iiQ G. Byug...................... �48 S. C. Whitbread................ 4fi8 MIDDLESEX ELECTION. THE COM.VII ITER for endue lii.;; Ilie REELECTION of Mr. WILLIAM MELLISH liaviug reason to apprehend (hat many of the Gentlemen Freeholders have nut Beeu canvassed, or applied Io by Ihe Disirict Coin-uitlees, beg to a|>ologise foe such ueglect, and hope it will be ascribed to Ihe only cause, namely, the incorrect btale of the Lists. The ComralMee beg leave to return iKeir best thanks to the Freeholders who have already favoured .Mr. Mellish with psaaiseufJheirait{)4iurl, aud sojicii liicjr early alleudauce at the Pull. Bishupsgate-slreei, March 20, 1820. District Committees are sitting in Ihe followin>5 ploren: - London CofTee.house, Ludgale-hill; Crown Tavern, CIcik-euwell Green; Ship Tavern, Fiuihiiry-plaee; Star aud Garter, Uliiigiuii Green ; Angel Inn, litraiid; Percy Co/T.e. house, Ralhbuue-place: WliU,- Hart, Holliorii; Siraifoiil Coffee-house, Oxford.street; G Ion riHer ColI'ee-hoiiBe, Piecnil illy; Holmes's Hotel, Parliameiil-strecl ; New Kxt haiige Cuft'ec-huase, Strand ; Golden Eagle, Mile Eml ; Crown and Angel, Whilechapcl ; Narrow street, Liniehoiise ; 44, Wi II-cluse-sqiiare ; iHarqiiis of Wellinglon, Shoniliteh ; Green Man, Uetboal.green ; Don Saltero'n Tae.rn, CheUea ; Catherine Wheel, Borough ; and Cock and Lion, East Smith&eld. ^IlE JOURNAL  OF  NEW VOYAGES ANO TRAVELS, published March 15, contains Sansom's Travels in Canada, and Cornelius's Tour in Virginia, at Zi. The next Number (April LI) uill contain Mollieii's Travels iu Africa, compleie, with Flales, st 3s. 6d. Other new and capital Works are in preparation,a.i Pertn-cin's Promenades ruund Coiistaiiliii>iple-Fiince .Max'iui-liau's Tr.-irel6 in the Rrazils-Ivolzelmr's Voyaire round the World-^^Pnuqiieviile's Travels in. Greece, i;c. &c. Vols, I, au�l It, at 20s. each, or any siiiijle iSunibcr, may be had of all Booksellrrs. THE ESSENCE of PEAin. and PEARL DENTIFKICE, invenlrd hy the late Jacob He.uel, Deutisl to the Royal.FainiJy, have beeu proved by long experience to g.e.itly exeel, both in cle/aiire and tfScacy, every other preparation f.ir the Teeth and Gvim�.; they effectually preserve tb� Teeth in a sound slate even to old age, reiider tliem white aud beaniiful wilhont impairing the MiAuiel, fasten such as are luiisc, nud keep such as are ile-onyeti from becoming worse. They likewise leuiler the braaih delicately swcel. prevent tlie Tooth-Ache, perfecDy | care the Scurvy io the(iums, and make lUem grow fnin and ; clot* to the Teelb.-The Essence is particularly recommended to Pureuls and Pcrs.ins wim hnvc ihe care of Children as Ihe greatest pieseivatiee of young and tender Teeih, None are geiioioe but what have the words, " J.Hemel, Bayley and l>,'e\�, Cockspur-slreet," engraved in Ibe Stamp.   Price 2-. 9d eaeh. BAYLEY's TRUE iCS.SENTlAL SALT of l.EHONS, f�F taking Ink Spots ami Plains out of Laee and Linen. The gAtiuiue IS siguril " W. Bayley" on Ihe Box and Wrapper. AU� hi" .SCOURING DROPS, for taking Grease out of Stdt, Stuff, Woollen Cl.pIh, &c. prlre Ls. each. VERITACLE PO.M.MAPE DIVINE, price 3.. 6J. the glass. Sold, WboIesaU and Reliiil, by B lyley and Blew, Per. unMTs, Ctickspur-sliecl, Loiuiun. UPTURES '|.eec"e �f lime Ihey wei* bulb perfectly ixxteA. Wiluesa unrbaAib-4'lionia* Tumkiiison, J. .Moore, head, William Wjratt'^ Wilti-iii�'Biowuley."-'Trusses, con-(tructrd on the best prioi'VplfSf are kept on sale, as they ate #sM'Uiiaily useful durtiq; Ihe Otunc J^HrjQcmS, Swre^rj. March 17,1330. ,    \.     . ALBiOfif FIRE xsn UfEt Nov-BiuiwK.'STnEET, �MP6n'EitKD liY ACT capitjw.-oss luBurftnces falling due at' Ijrfs^^y; wilt expire, nale**. r�iiewed within fifteen days frsmtfe^'^Vd- ' The Cdnipan/i Rates auU'Ce)fiU}QIM, are of thp'miisff. seosunahla de^cripliou :.t--iiu Clu^^fia-mail^ Cir pfre'Puli-' cie�, wheu the Premium exceeds 5|.;)^ttu'A�iibissioii Fine is cJiargcd OH Life Insur^ace >-� li^vlCvmniissiui/ls allowed to Solicilors, aiuloltiers, wbo'^' ' and every facility is afforded. Convenience of the Public may        WARN .'tite Iniairiiucea '�tUa IntercaX auj il. 6|4>PS, Secretary, r-pH E Nrxt otMCiWftf iwyJ^I^R^lPt^^^^S'e^i^f �. blca Seaimin on'boai-d the East InlriRa Mmhaitt ship Hyperi l illustrated with Twcniy-one Vigncltca from the Author's De�i|^s, gjKE rCHES iuim St.GEORGE'S-FlELDS. By GIOrtGlONE Dl CA.STEt CHIU.SO. " All hope ahaiKiun ye who enter liere." Carx's Djlntb. Printed for Slodart and Sleuart, 81, Strand. FliO.V SATUIWAYNIGHT'S GAZHTTE. BANKRUPTCIES ENLARGED. Thomas Gre[;�nn, of Ormskirk, Laiicailer, vintner, from March 26 to April 12, at eleven, at th rl, Chester, collon-spinoer, and William Wright, of Glussup, Derby, machine-maker. BANKRUPTS. Andrew Pollard, uf Poole, grocer, to surrender, Aprils, at four, 4, and 20, at ten, at the Old Antelope Inn, Poole. Allorneys, Messrs. Alexaniler and Holme, New lun, I.on-don ; aud Mr. Thomas Parr, Poole, Dorset. Thomas .GrilHII, jnu. of Trenlham, Stafford, dealer, to surrender, April 7, 8, and 29,at twelve, at Messrs. Wliealley, Fowler, and Barlow's OiBce, Stone, Stafford. Altorueys, Mr. Barbor, Fetter lane, London; and Messrs. IVIiealley, Fowler, and Barlow, Slone. William Birmingham, of Manchester, manufacturer, Io surrender, April 14, at four, 1ii,al nine,aiid39, at two, at the Bridgcwaler Arms Inn, Mancfiesler. Attorneys, Mr. Hadfield, Manchester; and Messrs. HurdandJohnson,Temple, l.undnti, JaH>es lU.ikeen, of Ltverpnol, liveryslahle keeper, to snr-re***, April 13,14; at te#�tr,lB|iTfV'6wm>!!ie Imty Liverpool. Aitornrys, Mr. Chester, Sla{ile Inn, Holburn, London ; and Mr. Williams, Liverpool. William Peters, of Rrecknnck, otherwise Brecon, vintner, to surrender, April 0, 7, and 29, at Iwrlvr, at Ihe Commercial Rooms, Brisiul. Attorneys, Messrs. Clarke, Richards, aud Medcalf, Chancery-lane, l..undon; and Mr. Habcrfield, Brih'tol. Oorge Gray Percival, of Walcof, .Somerscl, common brewer,Jo v\irreuder..March 24, 25, and April 29, at two, at the Castle and Ball Inn, Balh. Alliirneys, Mr. Potts, Serjeant's Inn, Fleet-ilreet, London; and Mr. Balclu;llor, Chan-(loR Houi-e, Bath; James Birch, of M'lncliesler, colton-spinncr, Io surrender, April 3, 4, and 29, at nine, at Ihe Star Inn, Deansgnle, Man-ehrsler. Attuiney, Mr. Alexaniler Kay, Essex-street, Man-cheater, Adam ParkinsoR, John Duckett, and Samuel Atsop, of M.uiehester, calieo pf inters, to surrender, April 3, 4, and 29, .Tt one, at t'le Bridi^ewater Arms Inir, iMaucbesler. Attorneys, Mr. Ellis, Chaiic.ry-lane, ].X]ndun ; aud Messrs. Juhn-Boii and Lonsdale, Manchester. "-' Edward BIyth, late of Dyer's-hnitdiags, Holhorn, London, denier, to surrender, March 25, April 6, and'29, at ten, at Guildhall. Atlorhrv', Messrs. CbMrke, Richards, aad Medcalf, Chancery.lane, l.undoii. Elias Diekeiis. of MuecletHeld,Chester, victualler, Io sur-rend> r, M arch 2U, til three, 30, at ten, and April 20, at three, at Ihe Angel Iiiu, Macclesfield. Attorneys, Messrs. Hnrd and JohuEun, Temple, London; and Mr. Luuey, Macclesfield. ILiUvard Fouikes and'Jobn Darnloa, ftf Manchester, ea. hiiici-niakers, to surreuder, April}, at four, 3, and 29, at leu, at the Slar lull, D ansgatev Manchester. Attorneys, iMr. llumpsoii, Mulberry-street, |dFttocbest�r; and Mr. Ellis, Ciuncery-lane, |.(tuduu.   . John Tboniis Clark, of Tolhtl(-ltreet, Westminster, Mid-dlrsex, vicinatler, to surreuder, MarcUit, 2�,and April 29, at ten, at GuiUihnll, Londuii. A-llorney, Mr. Williams, Blnekman-street, Borout;l). William Edwards, of Darlford,'.Keot,.gror.er, ta surrender, March 25, at eleven, April I, luid 39v at ten, .at Guildhall,, London. Ailin-neys, Messrs. W. and D., Richardson, Wal-hronk, Londun. . Wiliinui lionntree, of Pcinres^sfreel,?3resiininstcr, Miildle-(CN, coach, builder, t(i.surr^ader, ft|areb2l,38, and.April 39, at twelve, at Guildhall, Lnriiliut'. .Attorney, Mr. Dquglily, l'ai>er-linildings. Temple, Jjuiidaik.   ., DavidThomiB Clarke,Grrrar4-�t>' tone, Es;ex,:iiirtcher, to surrender, �Iarch 25, April aml'29,at ieV, aitjGnildhatl, London. Allorneys, Messrs. Foweil'^nd PV'i^idSe, 'Nirbolas-lane, Lonil�rd-street, Lundun.   . Messrs. Bovej and NirhoUon, WarrtiVgion. AIcxaiidcr HoiiJe Matihcwsoili    .fti<if8ii wtioin be gassed ou biktnyiutiie6lkMi�^^^�i'VJustice Baylev look bis anil oti t(ieBeficfatflHi|�^nij)ii^'6%H>ct. 'Many persons uf rank iu the county irenrabo urescDt. .   ' - Willlaitt ttttnUi �xamiaeii ity Mr. Serjeant CK08f-I asar � 4r�Mei^, reiitliiiif fiire nti�B ftum Mancbester, near Wbile SfiMiav IfciK^ a itlace called Smolley. I u the courae at ifie moMfriif Attgntt Ian I shw many gruH|>es uf pep^ Dear ivgnlar ft�m^t-Mtitdlel eiii,imrt)aJDok ont-for--^Kn^�iK� baaaep.- Maiiy tfaau,-sands went before and followed the Aliddlelon and Rochtlnle people, who were not formed with them in Ilie march ; they mixed up with them, as well as a guud deal of wonieu and children. 1 know your wife by si,;hl, but it is not every where I see her that I rscullecl her. I did not ubserve her or your child iu Ihe crowd that day. The crowd appeared pruuiisciiaus. I kuow tlieie were many .penpleiind stragglers at flie right and left of you, hut none iu foim, except those you led up. Barrowfiehl was ihe place where 1 first saw you wiib the men. I bave seen many processions with music at Uiddlelou of Ihe Orangemen and Odd Fellows: tbey bad fisgs aud iiiscciplioHB. I was at Middletuo on the Proclamation of his Majesty George the Fourth, and 1 saw then a prncessionpf the Oild Pello^s bearing a flag. Mr. Justice Baylby-I am unwilling Iu interrupt you, but bow does this bear opun the poiut ? Mr. Bamtord-( meau to shew that it is a common prac. tice in this part of Ihe qouutry to have these sort of pro-ccsiiottg. I know what marching is, for 1 learnt it when I was a soldier. You cau tell what they were to do, as you were wllh them. Cross ex;imiued by Mr- Hunt-It is 25 years since I teas a nun-commissioned officer lu the 104lh regiment; I re. maiited so as long as 1 staid in the service. I w:is in Ihe habit uf a soldier for three years, hut 1 never took an oath, and was therefore not sworn in Ihe oath of alleKianre. I did not on that account feel myself bound to remain with the regiment any longer than I thought proper. Wheu I hail seen as inucb pf Ihe service as I liked, I wished them good moruiiixl-^il Icaigh.J-I considered myself to he wiih them, but not as a soldier, though I wore the crutbing. Wheu 1 thought I had been Ihere^luug enough I made the beat of my way Imroe. I was never luld that'being a de. srrter,aud baring violated my o'alh, I would not be a guud witness in a court of justice. I entered the regiment as what was. called a mushroom serjeanl.-(Loudlaut/Mcr)- 1 had so much a man for enlisling on the recruiting service. I have b�en in Ireland, hut never happened to see Orauge Clubs maccfaing there as at Middletou. 1 uevtr saw the Orangemen with, shilelas to defend themselvss, but 1 have seen them wil)i common sticks. Mr. Hunt-Yuu were uut alarmed then ? Witness-No, I was not, nor was I alarmed at your set.- CLtmgMer.J-1 saw no depredations cuminilicd un their march, nor can 1 tell whether people were alarmed or not liy them. I saw Ihemjusuit iiubutly. Tbe liieb road frum Middtelon to Manchester is within half a mile, or there-sl^ouls, of Suedley Cottage; I had nolhiug In do with iSniedley Cottage; it wa�, the Learned Counsel's (Mr. Crurs; question.. that ;put it into my head, I will nut swear 'llmt Ibey did or did nut play "God save Ihcy King." CHe'added, witL wariiilb, ou .Mr. Hunt's pressing the ques lion), I didjiot expect j those loyal ttinea would be played ' hy tlieBt;^! did nut hear Ibem play distuyal tunes; nor the �V tte^'qe's Marcb," wbicli perhap'  Mn\t is yours; uor the J^/itefrtetX" iwhjdi may:>e. t^ taken Io myself.- XJSaiicrA/^.^rrl saw none uf fii^m drunk on Iheir way to MancheslfK I do nut know any thing to the conirary of liainftfrd'asbaiis a peaceable man. Some uf the people bad _sin,ail'i|i)'cbir,' ,. � -l^f. Built-Were aiiy^of ifiem large enough tu whij> an infa^otis  y Mr. I-lTTtEDALE.-I live ait.; Mic!c(^etoti�i�qil.aD): a plumber ividglaxfer. On themuruiiig' of tjiicldl&.of^Ageiiait^ saw^a great,u^ijypenpile assembling, 'auifi^niii^l B>iinfa^^9il^i^liij^mv^ ii^i'^itf-   Sui^ lilille walking aii^K,^ fS^,.pn^^edioi; ipwarda 9taiicite�t(� by, the new I.^l>^,,Sfr, .Baj^{vi^,>!-0 .flag, wag green i:i^�a�^,n4tbine iicli a* ImU.tlte flan aliid rap of ,B^t|/.,.> ''ft^-Jla^'yiikiiiit t cQuMrte^;mar ;fifr, hut there wentnilkuy wQmen ftn^'ciutdrpb, igrrc, aiiirfoii>', a'iia five abreast,'wife. itpp��red Io partake nf illi> c.>uviviii1>ty-uf Ibe pK�-e*�iuh. I^'^teae were piinripally io il>e RoihilKt'? (hviaii(^.?',:l>d�.oi> k�, 1^1 *�re.inure, a*.il werr,injiiy. 1 l>.if wJiODt l.�H) 0flr11.1uot4e.icu rrgn! r �i iut r^'iicel svUttm, esnipi. MmI it create* a great aiilVe u^ aud J.ioc i^ib nVtin. tr]f,�iHlyerinipS'it yoaM.twas-iM'll.� Vitad auj pavlimUr repaid fcr me. i.�ai4iiulhuig�tMuttlnleEalily�f Ihe Minchesi.i- mretioK^, �Keeptttest yvuvnght 10 know best what yun were gonti; for. - CroMtOniipunnl>y ,�Ir. HlUIT.r<-i have ofl.i, v.alked fii Ottr UraflJ^. imicewiuas, aof Ift-aii nf each. E:ich division was forined into inaieiiliig srcituiic. They were irregglarly formed, some liciiig two, sofne lour, and others, eight or up 10 twelve a brensi. I"!i. re were aboui two paces between each of liie^epliuust and a i'liao or cnn-niander luurcheil on the lefi fl.int of ? at'lj. They had ho;;ii" and flags, and marched like (.oldirrs to I!e..l gierii. t counted 8B4 inarchiug in ranks, but there were many hnii. dreds of stragglers went besides, ami .some of ih.ni fri-qucutly went lulu Ihe ranks. OecaNionatly ihey not im'j n little ili.surdtr, owing to the stragglers �lio I'ell .11, an:! th. o the man at each section gave the words " Hall I .y.,kii!" His coiuniand was uheyed, aud ihey speedity I'tMiiii-iI e.oif went on, when the wurd ' .>larch" wa.s ;.;iveii. t)ii, le...h r I saw was Dr. Ilealy, of Lees (the Delriulani, wtto is an apothecary), aud led the Saddleworlh and l.< ea e.. �ere |i> be kept apart, the only iiiienlion of sn pUrin*^ tli .sed. The taller ansn ered, "'Jo G. F. .Merry." 'I'lie Uniicr-Sherill' lollowed ilie in..s..en-ger, and in a minute or Iwu reliirurd wtlli file lelirr, whieu the Judge upencd, and afler perunini it, inf..niie.l Haul that'll cuniaiucd nulbrng rcspei:ii(i' the penUing business ul this trial. Mr. SCABLETT, ou behalf of Mr. .Milne, f. li il riiJht 10 say, lhal the leiier wa.s iu reply to an upplicaliun fioUi Mr. Merry, for a copy of his depusitious. .Mr. Justice Bayley repeated tirot there was 110 impropriety ill the matter. Mr. Hunt said that the appearance at first luoked suspicious. Examination of the' witness resumeil.-^The crowd kcjit iucreasiog while I remained in si�hi, and marched as I havrf 41rea4ly said, in regular order, as soldiers ilo. Cross.exxmiiied by Mr. Hunt.-I Was rTHployerftytEsr Msgistcatis to do this as a sp htiut.i not have gone. While 1 was with Ihe Alagislrates, 1 hft (uy father who wasseveulyoue year*, to lake care of my %\arf ; I was not alarmed wiien ihe men passed; 1 sa^v no reason ttj fear; I have been a soldier my.seif; I do iiol lecultect �l^;r was on the flags; 1 went with Mr. Clii|.penilale, a Genth.ma.M at Oldham, 10 count the people; he wrole ihrwu iss. I counted; we have talked over the mailer lug�-tlier ; t do not know ibat be is here; I believe that he is nut; 1 wai forced to Come on; 1 saw nu ilrniikeonc:.?, nurii.iiug, no threats, no ill iisuagr. 1 ilo not know ivhether .Mr. Chip^ pendale was a special cunslahle ; he is uol au alfurney; ( was nut at alt alarmed; uor did I s.e any reason why 1 >honld, as these people passed with ibe hlai k Hig, ihnu-^li the look of It 1 did not like; I did net clop the flag, whicu had upon it " Saddleworth, Lees, anil .Musley Union," -.wxA something like two hamls grasped, and^1 he word-" Love," also. \ did not see what the Leariied Counsel calleii the bloody dagiter upon it^ 1 did not see surh a thing u|M>iiHiiy of the flags; I do not know the particular reason why.Mi . CJiippendale is nut here to day, ttioiigh he was subpwiiaetl, and tbongh his signature, as well a- mine, wa e there and join another divisiun which came up before them ; they Fumied alti>^ gelher, and went un ten or twelve ahrea.st to .Mancliester liy the new road. They might be from 3 to 5,000, ixelusive if" stragglers. [He then described the baniieis nearly in tt.e s.inie terms as Ihe last witness.] .Many called uut lu me by name tu go with thtm, but I said they weiea week too soott fur me; lhal I cuuld not go till .'Saturday. Some uf them also said Uiey would make a '* Moscow" of it before ihey eame back; this occurred at eight o'clock in the nwrniRg uf the mth. Cross-examined by Mr. Hunt.-I live at .Manchester, but ara no relation In Ashwurth Ihr cunslahle, who was killed there un the llith. 1 ha\'e'i wife and ehildreii who were at Manches^ ler that day while I was workiusat Oldham. They did not alarm me about this Moscnw business. 1 was surprised to see so iftany }ieopte, and I said at the time ti>4hose about roci that the words were terrible, t was repairing the factory Kteain-eiigiiie, and could not go lu Uok afler my-wifr at the lime. 1 sent off no nvesieiiger to her. Oulyoneortwu said *' .Moscow." 1 saw Ihe cap uf liheity with the |u*upltr, but never saw une before ur since. I am mil a man uf that principle that " bothers" iny head a[)out caps of lihcriy or tUiugs of that kind. William Stanilring examined.-This witness was a puMi-cau residing at I'alesworlh, between t)Mhatu and Manelus-trr, and described his having seen the crowds assemble in his ueigfabourhuud ahuut uiue o'cluck in the uiorniug uf (Ke ifilh August. He saw Dr. Healy-while the divisiuu halted ; niauy uf ihenJ, and among the rest, the Duclur came intu'hiK bowse and had a gtais iif ^n, and said, " ViciUrv, my lad*,"' and success to thebusiiitss of lite day." The Duclur ati:u Iioped Ihe people uf the huu�e were true to ihe cause. Cruss-rximined by ^)r. Hunt.-I have retirect fron> the public busiiu'ss, aud live now with my brother-io-law. I have my living still tu get by my industry. On ibat day I was much alarmed for my property. 1 did, not, bnw-< ever, remove il to any place uf safety. Il has lievn soM since Hi  -.%ccii AAliecial conataUey biii .wa� never in Hie pay of i|w Pt|�ir�e, Jeremiah FieMii^^ia�|linea.-I am a luerr^aiH;, M>ii,.icas on the road bel�riwn l^iicheftrr and Cbeelliiiiii hi4i'tHe ip(iraiu( uf thi iftk; Aiigdn. I met ihrre on ihei^il. nnoiberf it( peopUi^aiiidg t0wsr4ilbeti>�-tt'; Ib^ircte^   

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