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   British Press (Newspaper) - April 11, 1820, London, Middlesex                                JUNG'S TtfAAthk.' THIS EVENING, ttJESDAY, April ii. DON GIOVANNI. After w^jch, ibepopaliir-BBlItt, nf ADOLPHE Et MAtlLPE. A Qttzi Matqaen4e will ttk^ pbcc at tbii Theatre od TfiurMliy, IheSAb i(  THBATR^noYkl.. DRUnY.lulNB. THIS EVENING, TUESDAV. April n. hit Majatfi Scnmnltwill perfonn the MummI GUY MAWNERING. - Colonel Manneringf Mr. F�o�ey; Henfy Bwlrain, Mr. Brsbam.  Locy Berlraoi, MiM C�re�r; Meg MerriUe�,,Mn. ^rlort; Julia Maonerin^, Wit* fove;. iMtT which, third lime, i Broi^d hrcical P.intomiftiieal Oraraa, In tin acta, entitled ; S�AKSPEARE FfiWAX^V HAKLEQUIN. lUrleqiiin, Mr. Hurley ; Cnr|Niri|l Bkiancr, Mr. Dowlon ; G*tCi>n>de,>Ir. Galtie; Joe Siripi" Mf. Muuden ; Ahraliitn, Mr. Knicbt; Simon, Mr.^Qzbera; Forte, Mr. Rnsidl; T��y, Mr. ttoshe.; Meworr, Mr.T.Cooke; Fimt J��iiM, Mr. Botlcr.   Mr�. Snip, ��. Harlowe; Dolly Snip, Ma* -dame Veatriv; Sukejr ChitterTia, HUar Po� poi�. 'liueasis; Milter's GardciJcr's Dicliunary; Fowler's Mosaic I'ivrnirws; Galerie de M.ISnyrr d^Aguilles. QUARTO-Ruffhcad's .Si.-iiulfa at Urge, with Conlinoii. lion; AikiISTS ednsidffcd.. By Bisho)>1-AVINGTON. . With Notes, Introduciion, and Apptadiz, By the Rev. R. POLWHELE. This is a reprint from the scarce Edition now sclliag for a rtij high price.. The Author's principal design is to draw a comparison, ky way of caution to all Protestaals, between the wild ai�d pernicious enlbnsiaam of someof Ibc most eminent jRain^ in the Popish Com^nnioii, and Ihoac of Iht M�tliodlsta in oiir Country;. sTbieh latter he ealfe a let ef pretVn^ eforAera^ aoimilcd by an 4nlh�ti�Mie and AinatiCal spirit. Printed by A. J. .ValpV; �l>d SoM by 0.�nd W. 6. Whit, taker }-Sb*�#ooa�iid�o-; Simpkia Md Ci>.f B. WmOf, Wdott�ji�4^o|li^rJt�t�w!B�w. ENRY'S;;CAJtOVN E D M AGNESf A con-finueii lit M prepareik With the moat scrupolon* care and attenUrin, "by Messrs. THOMAS and WILLIAM n ENRY, MaiAifactiiriag- Chemists, Manchester. It ia wid in bottles, price 9s. Sd. or with glani stoppers at 4s.  dest. ' As aonn fn' ibe Jury were seated, . Mr. Bbmtoi^.'rpfe to addr�s the Jury, when Brnce said, " My Lord,. ( wish for a copy of tbe indictment; I have not . had one. 1 b|(Ve 0* liinpey to purchase it, and I shoutaiifce lo read it as.the trial goes on.** _ Mr. BENTOiT^r^^e have uo objectioD to the prisooer't having a copy jnf it. ' The, CotJtMr-YoH ahall have a copy. Mr.Scijeant Cftosa-:-! do not object, my Lord, lo its being given, bull beg it to be understood the prisoner liat no right to it. Tbe CqVRT'-Most .nndonbtedly, it must ant be understood 83 a right, but as a matter of conrlesy. The prisoner has a|iplird for a copy; the Counsel for the piroiecutton do not object to J)is,haying one, and it is granted as acourlcBy. Mr. BisHYON-My Lords and Gentlemen of the Jury, I nerd scarcely say, that tbe prisoners at the Bar arc charged with a crime of very nearly at deep a dye os that of piurder; aadT had it not been for fomc ivipemataral iaUrpoaitian.' they would have now beeatried for that moat mipnitroos of all offences.  I shall ttate tu you. Gentlemen, ihoMy and p�rip4�nouity, the nature of tbc ca8eandahe;,cbarxeterof the evidence 1 iocan lo lay before you t:^>>aiy4�tti^htA^ innat      b� ij^nftittd m aof Ihiug ( iii*r "�}> M ^ust aolcly depcbd upoa the :��i.4�ncc. Gcoti�i�en,.yott bavc . btard tbe iodiclment R�4. - M'taair i* ifaeii chi&Yed wiih I nalieiou^ly and .lelaoiaittl; ahooiiiq; at one R(r. B{rch; ''iiiil Rmee, jfte^tier priMKtt^withaidtat^nila#iHrHt tbe jtMt-liamctf^ lliri��Mr- Id tUf ctunniaslou oM^f j;niiH><*-WtVi Act ar-llM iMIjr-tkird- aeotge ItL chap. 6S,'a"ia .t(urtl suffer death. 'llHm-tiwreiii a |Nipvit6'lh �sed^ �V^t 1^1, that ralber tippitei jkirtritfnc *w\ atabhint, And I shall not further natiee it. Tii o^r'tn fix the ^Tiinnera With ihe.iciHme rlla(jti n, fl^t in tbe moath of JiiW ;lasl an iodtctiiiftil wiia fttinnA at tbeOnarter Sessiottafur'thi* tMiiiilty fkei^^�^lM�niinc prtarbrr of the ndme'.�>f Harri�fliii,:Bi|dall�j^|.ntt.iir Cto ley, but Mai is of no fii^ll4>r-ii(;tlte prdtriM momtnt - Harrisiih ihereon weai ohI of the Ujniiiily)^ and the Magit. tratet issued what ia-ealM �.^n�b. Warfant for hi* ap. prrheasion, Thi� Warrant, wa� into: the liandt of two aicliveruustable*, l^�Vlii^ftii'el>i. ondon,and there ;tfrri^ted Harrisanyt # public li^etling wbicii ivaajiebl at Smilhfield. Tbey thence Wo6]|ht Miiilitfiloch^^here thvy Brrivedaboateicfart�*c1n�!M�be.;#eii|6i]r^^ It wataoon kwowu thal4ti^rJHa^1t�iani>frerf,' tbat^^ waai� tbe ^slody ufBireli, at BitiebV:bo iKc^ of peo;He imdinliBleiycrowded irtfttridfol'Thtt ttacmbtage in. timidaied Bircbt Hdl!!il�{!|.:likhiHi&,io!M�slwf, About ten o'clock in order to taketheadvicearKeMagiillratMand Mr.  Lhtyd. At he was goEng Qi^acplacf Called Utyaliyairecl, to the boase of Mr. M|iyd, %�imMijitJ�ft�}mv*.. mb^. aciMsM4 b^'ene ^abm^lf^&l^^^ . ilwa�Wi�iapri*pii)tt:;Ai'w,'%^ with biaii a�d atta if 1iefiwdinodK6t-1brrit�ir.N Tw.iUf Bircb^repUed he had';'bat iTit-tlnh pcopliif mmiid to besnr.: ruiMding him he hrgaO .to. ^1 iMutid^iabte alarm. '-Bircb then said he wa� RoiaR lo ~aMs Siiiiii, -an acqnaintant^ -of Harriton's, to see If,he fronld; ^cnmcone of hit bail- . for he traa obliged to'.pret^nd he wnt fli^ friend ar Harrison. Upon this tbe people <^rf��ndt 9 had no doubt Jfcob M'lnnis was the mail wbo tbot arbiiA. Very toon afier Bifcb wat able to leave hit lied he'wAil ioChetfer gaol, and an 6rtt teeing M'lnnlt bad �ot 1^''aligbtest hetilalioit >� identifying bim. If the ef Idener reited lhei�,.there Would hi an end of the case at fo'MUiini*, bit 'guill would be oa-'> questionably established; Then at to Bruce, he it charged witbahling and abetting theatfierpriaDuer,aiidy�arGciu}e. men, will consider why he'delayed Bircb in oonfersaiion^ coupled with whataftcrwaniaixcurrcd^'.and it wHI fa� for you to nscertaio whether he be ai yarffttpi'trfaiMr or not. After the shot wat fired. Brute Md- tbe.M*tHtritet weint away; and .if Bruee wto iiuoceitiv 4he niMncr of-bt� going gave- a, Tery different iodicafian. \t ttally. in^ nocent, be would not bfve run ranq^ ill ceapauf yit6 thotc who fiiyn: So far,' Geall|il�Mi;.tj'hwr� .,�|ati ' youtbeevid^, atit wijl  leMimoay^ the tbree�r. ��tirp�^- aM|i>�gi ^HHtW^ ber iia�|��bot-atMt rmowayii^Vtb* i^lSfm perton who did to. In addiiiptiie Ihiiyl^iiball epH William Pearson, If there eaii be aoy do|rtit.H to-liie recollectioo of Birch. William Pearton hidgril^ln ti��inM! houic and tiept in the' tame bed witb.iacob ^J^oait beHiva tbi* affair; he went out with him on ific-SSd July; be tiw.the three men, whom be knew perfectly veil} ha-aaw ibera in eonvertatmu tag;etht!r beforr Brace etepped Birth; but. bcioghimNlf et ilM moment engajied inoonVenation with .a man of the nameiof D^viet, be coitM not ace tbe baod^of M'lnnialiftetliip whfi> befiscd thcfittoL Hc-smt tfac.naje three men ran away^ ind ia the: hand'of H'looit b� tubs*. qiieDtly pereciveil a]iiitol,thetmofca;frottiwhicb had not entirely vaoiibed atil met biteye< RelbCn taw-bia p�l it into bit packet, bat he did not teetiim, from the reason I ba�e mCntiuiied, fire the tbot: Noiv,'i3eMlcmcil, in addilioB to thi^ �e will i^l yon tfait bebreLbvraa 99 Minute* at home after tbe transaction, of certhia couvcnatioo. which be held with both Ibe Prisontiiat-tlieMr. Bruce-tfthe Altorney4SeOei�l beiutirfetfd to tay thit, he ia wrongly informed; I ti^oolat tbc btdgiugt'of At*Iaoia{ I did not know him tfaen. The Court-You mntt not iatarropi, Mr. Justice Maiuhali.-You bad .better |ie quiet. Bruce-My Lord, i linly intended to prevent a mistate. ment that miicht pr^judice-my case.-  '. Mr. BemvoN-The miatakewasmine; (did not intend it; Bruce was not at tbe place-of wbicb 1' have spoken; it wat Jamrt M*tnni^,lbebrotfaerorthepi^tWICrat the bar; William Pesrfou wilt disclose the convertatiou'tbat�ataed after the abooting at Birch, and it will be' fur ydu/Geatleroen,.con. necting all the transaMiont together^ to-.aee haw far. the charges in the indictmciil can be fixed, if p �.lhetc prisonni whose case you are now called on to ,decide. If. any doubt can arise at to 'Bir^t rceol|iectioli you will have tbe evidence of Peanbn cooim^tory of ..il� Wiick will be particularly material, ioainii the hotribte trantnciion. During the-conflecittetit. of ftPlniie* he at. tempted to break oufaf gaol,'but iQodlf^rbiii,! aboutd bring tuch a'eireimsta'nce lobear^intt .htn, nqw that be l' is on Ms trial for to terioiu an offence.; f katreooVv C'Btle-men, clpted aiy�b*eri�tiont; \ Nve.n^ce^^otcied the nature of ^e evidence I meanlobrin|t.befoi^^a,aiid Lhavp no doubtjrou will give audi a verdict ae^i*itl be tatisfactory to ynuAr tbotcienice imd the. iaitereu*-ofjutliCf and your eoonlry. . ^ William Birch csamioed by Srijetot .C'ki^M^I bad� |>cr. tAn of tbe naove of Herrisou at my dwii tiiidie oo llldS3d of July; I wrntio Mr. Lloyil** iKiiiid abetii M minate* b*-.fere ten, it wat in tbedutfc. of the evcoiiii^; there wat light enoagh tb discern thefe*tiin<� of a'iiy'^^oiii; (be ditlanre � I WM i(oing was more than MK^yatAti^-ewiny'Way 1 met a number of persont ib Ibe tlree|{,lt^w�iM,well l^nowa Har-risoQ was iby priioner ^ I viopped; a* I wcot along, aiHl nt| witb brucPi whom' t:litiil'^oi!riifd�'iit4if^indotb*( two Of ihtre oibtra werecontiuit tip   tbonab oea.r 'rack-other} there were fou?arihcm',:tb�y;^iitied:�. pi^i^|to,,^�is(trft ou parry; ^laro B^tNB bM^dlM Mifp �]|lr^ei*^^hey went off abo�t:aya(A�i^� Mlle�iiiiHge,^^^'i��itiliilp.}--l am [� Mt cMin, �n tat *90^HJ^99a^^^f ^^Xm'^ turn Was at my house, and at that moment a man came to wards my left, Bruce wat then right in front of uir, and then a man came on the left, and walkeil nn till he came to my rear; I kept my eycf on Brnce all the. time he war .coming; I had pariicnlar rcisun lo look rouiid, a^ a grCat crowd assembled in the *ireet |ironnd my bouse; but till I kept on i�y coovirtttioo with Bruce, whoiii I asked, if a man 1 taw aei r, na ,he wat a frieiid In Har-riion, irontd' be one of 1>is bail. Brnce said, he had not seen him thit latt boor. These were bit words.-By this time the man who wat in^my nrar moved backagain until be came in front of me. When 1 made the inquiry abou t Sirna, Harrison's friend, Bincr, looking towardi the men who bad ttopped witd bim, asked if (and by that time Ibe man who was m�>ving from the rear wonid be on my left, be looked towatila him) yoo bfve aeen bim? I can't aay to whom be addressed himself, but one of them said, � No; I baiw not seen bim thi� bniir, or .thhi Usi hour." Broce g�V�'in tbe answer that 1|C, bitftjoOt teen Sims before; he got die same reply, fie^ ^|i^ iaan be addressed; aa soon at lisc man got in front of vie, -ipA behind Brnce, I saw a movem'roft with bnrright~buRf)Mt'iiad spmelbing in it; before 1 could lAwervC aoFltiiiiff ^ 1 waf abut. A belieyc wbat 1 ahw ii^b^aJond-iltsui a )IMd^ .cbfef: tiot nure tluMa miuitte;aiiA'�dMircl*pani^ro�i-tli� Unie.lkop^jintf^l>�a*ahot� IPICii tncwf^ brwti; (knew Kuee i^eny �iiootfc*'%e(!)reTt#a�:�|tot�yp^ Kitntnodunbt in hioking'at M*(ani*lianieialb*.,|H�-iiM: fretklfay my left lo Afy le^r,iod ilien, on comirtg rupnti/to Ibe front behind Rrvce, tlio^ at itieHTRe'V^fiHcMt Where the ball entered w*t'|ie^e'prddaeedL)-The man wbo cioie-|n rear of me, and afterwards liebind M'lnnis, wifs the bmh. Who shot me; Ihad.inycyes fixed on Um; 1 am ccrlaio be la the man; it it only lix orteyenwcckalinre J tawMtB io ibe Castle at Chester; I came for the purpose of teeing if he was tbcumau; tbe impression wat so strong in my mind uf the featnret of the inan, thai for many nigbtt I almott dionght I taw him; but I wiilied to ei;nK to the Cattle lest-my reco^cctio'n might not be ri)tbt; wj^n I was at tbef^tle I'.watin Mr.'Hud�uii>room; I caihe several timet befoi* I con Id. see bim, and tbe moment I savr bim I knew bim; I have no doubt whatever he is the man Wbo shot me. Mr. Flint, surgeon, examined by Atr.' M4ItiY--l taw Birchaholit teno'clockon thenig;ht of tjik 23d jiily^l ftiund him. labouring under threat mculnlagitalioo, frum tin appjre. beatiuo of imminent danger. Uwlerttaudiog' he bad been that, and tbiit he had a wound in the breast,'! esa^j^H it. I found hi* wound on the ttft tide of the breait bune,iibou| three inebet from the extremity. I probed the wopad, the edge ul the bone mat evidenfly frneiurrd; tbe� the conrse-of it was difccted dowaWafd*>��iic4�^w^V � Bircb. in imminrut danger. Crost.�uiiniaed'by Mr. Javct>-.Tbe wound prodticed Q^r; llrat in Courtwbeo Birch waaeximineit; biiittoond paodnced no lifbtiiits* of ikc head except wbft.WMc (ram aMMbeaiioo. the corrtctnet*/of tbe mind wai not at all diMurbed.  iH�e Campbell examined by Mr. BkRTOir.-I* twelve yean .old, and niece to Birch; ,rensemben thruight 'be was abot, she left bit bonfc about dark; he yertook bier, and the followeil eloie to bim; I taw bim atop with ikriMorfoar nep; .1 did not know any on��f tbem but  hha any other setvitc in bis power.  ATs be pHaseri aliMqt    / beard a voire calliii^iiflrr bim',and shortly nfier he beard liie report of a pistol. Ait be'had not the alighllist idea froW whence or by whom it wa* fireil.   He begged to a�sore ihnr . Lordships and the Jury, that be wflt try nuawMo* a i>iraiie>r to feelings of b'nmanity �>r Ibe duties (if reli^iV,' aiid' .th)(V nothingcu'uld be fnrlheirf^nm his llioiightiran'rt lni;linatiot�j than the-commitsion of an art such as MiltHy-whiebhrttou^ . charged.   He bad been bill three months rn' Stocfeporl ktc ' > fore the period when ilic shot wat fired, niida/ IO.M< rellMt*.'^ prltonert, he declared nK^lsolemnly ibal he ff*#ol-^t�f�i them onfil be wat commitfed to tbe Castle uf Chtittiit:  Using in dittrrls, he had applied to a geutleninii fA Slockpo*! fur eroployrnent ; be wat afterwards directed to Mr. H�itri� ' son, who kept a Snndaf School, in whirli lie wSi'< tarr^itt^ time employed during Mr. Harriton't hbsfore.   Some lidHF'-I-after thit,^e purchased the good-will �f a school if! flw l^ak^ -raster side of Stoekpurl, bf which meaot he hnit snppurtrtf bimtelf np to the period in jioetilmi. TheCatrv JtnncB-i^Chr.yoa say that yon had no ae-. qnaintanee witb tbe pritooer* u^ to the period of your fai. pritonmeut? Pris�nrr-~Drclared that be had never teen ihem nnlil be itiet ibem in pritoo. - .    The Approver Pe^ltsoit-Wba(< do yoo mean , to sty .tbal-yow were iMot ac^atotnl wtiti-- Tbi'a man wat pruct'eding in a loiM rnqe from tbe-tflb i^riM* biix, when bewat iuterrilpied byy Me. iitefinrvM^ (Cir, wKtt acreteiy rrpfimaltdrd hint fur hit iuteriScWNtw. '   Ti wl'^.'5--./ . .-VVm, Pearson.again tMlltd, had a paper put (fAif Mfit> .i';think that is my wriiinii, iiiy name is to it^ , Il waa 0(4 iSfM.by nielo say ooe. I desired Mr. ^orge HndMin tis write thai letter fur nte, Inil I cannoi sdy wheittet-it wHsm4 tojneoriiot.   J cannot read jr. By the Jupoe-I do nut know that tlie (IrildtWh were acquainted befoije their arreat. I (A� Bruce,jfii<:ub M'lnnis, 8iidJ*mes M'Inuiscrosa the: markef-place''locelhrr on  ^^here, Birch war tfcM. I wat elate behind them air ttti! wajr^ Tbey somctim#o walked abreast, and someliri^ i>nc after ihe other. Mr. Uoyd here proddt^dt tbe first eMminalimi* of Pear.-son before the Magiatriitiw. Tkey were- daledXlb July. By Mr. Cross-^itoets wat before tUe Magislnitet a�st prisoner whril He Made those deposition!;--^He (t)d iint aigu them. I have a paper sieued by witness, tv is itt my hand* wriiibg, and is dated 7th September. He waa llien caa-mined on oath. Here tbe affidavit wat put in and i'eatf.''   '   - -WiIiia�.eeer*On, a pr'uaner ill Chester CSilltrf makelh oatb, and sailb, that in the maolH of July he wa*,adip|o'yM> a* a weaver at Stanley U*�nHun'*, io Edgriev,.aBd stvpi ia the house; and tlia^-)b Ibal moatb one/acob'. Ai'toais, ibe person now in.iMtftfdy; and prettiif Jieforehiiaj caffiv to weiweat the same place, eadfor faof or fivc.aigkta fore the twenty-third .day of July la�t be slept 'in l& bed with bim. Wilde** tbtfughrtbe morning brfon iWUd July h* pcreeiv^ � pistol in the pocket of M'Innit'* inta-�ers, bat nothing wat taid about it. On ilie 23d ataif^ be taw James M'lnnia and James Geurgc Btnrc |p�^wp the Churcb-gate before the witness oat of the Mai;k�|ipfai�i-. He was very near tulbem when they met William tfie^, and the minute tbey met bim tbey stopped op|tttol in Jai;ob^ Hgkn1iWtti�B4r wfir.n jKBcraf^dH inio bl� left biiid; topat a t^aod ciniceai n, the amoke b*d not left it,,*adbe behl it ifl botll bit jipBda at b* .patted me. 1 looked roaud' me for dife* tecoiidl, a�i4 ( fqllowfd William Bircb, wbobad rap away; eomplaiolog a; though be wat shot, into f.Ayalty-plaek. � ], then wallceiS tip ' street, facing Mr. William Birch'* hoiite, and Ibcs went' borne to. Edgeley, and' whether Jacob Wat In whcii \ gur. there, I do nnl know, but be wat in Ih^hdhte theiv.or Tctf .. toon after. 1 bad.not brihi out20 minute* befcre Jamc*.bi*. brotbcr�came and called him out, aujl jn�bont iWo iniwhiap after they called me out, and taid tbey waAAIedtu tpeah,i�1n', and i went oul into Mr.Gce't field with them. Idars(d�ai> other. Jamea tpoke to me first, aod taid," Dott know iiflt hat been dune iu Churcbgate V I raid;" No, am I a wiiek*" He taid, " William Birch bat been shot in it," am) Jartii saM the same. Jacob taid, ** thoii wast standios lhe(e wVa the men ran by." Jacob then polled out a pittol, an^ t�i  Harailtuu't, and they had aome little eouiversatioli with Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton, but nothing private; and Jacob wen* away, aud never alept tbei* afterwards, nor did be appear tt bis luum. When Pearson wa* examined at Stockport, be said be 4i�i�. ln��(eMlilhM(cb
                            

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