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   British Press (Newspaper) - July 15, 1820, London, Middlesex                                JL   *mi)* pei�>rtn�d RWin.'.^fAraled Optra of -�-   GOVeHNQR on* f    - qrtaiS EVEklNG, �^ATURBAY, July JL %ri(Hie,iuil�l>4 new ComHy, tstled '   i ^ ^ TTHE ?i;rEWaUD':     ] mot, J*r. Ayn^^vDarbyj^Mr.tLisWni; feaEnlelli ri�^^lJ|r�,BliiIinix5 KaUiUiic, Mr� Liiliiiii -'     ' - Thf: DiMrsJvUl Ite i>)>enetl at Half-past Six o'CloelCi Artd the PUy:i>e^ina{ Seven,     . , i  IJoKen Y�. V Price 3�. 6d.-rPit 38. 6il.   jSpcoi)d !pric�'Sii:''^kf>�rr':Ga1lery'3s.; Si'Cund I'rire Ig.-Upper GallwvjlsjjiSetKfid'IVitelW.: ��   " .AiPTlKaie-BoXJiAayWhiidlbr thefieatian, nr nij^lly, ttf� MrrRrnmlou,al^th; BoJuofBce.   i . On MuDday,Virg>niUNW(tli. Harlequin and Cinderella. -  ' Jir'PARTlc'uLAR DESIItE. '    T(rK4TRis'naiY^r.,.nAYkARKEr. THIS 'EVENtNG. SATURDAY, Jqly 15. �   '  �      'Will be perfornieil .  .a:       .    i!      THE ROM p.      , Tonne Cockney;Mr. J.;Ru�seH-, Old Confcnpy, Mr. Gold->niitfa^ Barnacle, .IVIr..^'illia(�s; Capuju Sighlly; Mr. Bar-Hdtd.   Pi'i^cilla Torobnv, Mrs; BiilcFr. After which a CA;ncdy, in five acts, ciillcd ; rHE \VILL. . Sir Snlomoo 'CynicV Mr.'Terry: MandeviIlej flfr. Yonnjrer; .H��qrd, RIr;Hiil^r�1^erhaB,"'Mr."Ba>oaiil; Rcaliie. Mr. AVillianH. , Albitta ft^iiri�vi4tpl Mi-ii. Miirdyiji; Afrs^ Ri^ld, Mrs. Orepn; Ci|ii>,; Mr^Mrrediih^'RtaKyMV. J. Russell;'S61pmon'l.6b, Mr. Ban)m.)iud.: .Lydtaj Mi'iK..Garr!(!k. . Box**, os,-Pit;? 3ai-First Gallery, Ss.-iSetoiid Gal-l.'ry..^s. .. �    � ^.    . - Tlic DporR to lie opened iiVSix o'clock,and the Perform-' OBM-tpHieirin at'Si^fen. .     .       , ... ' I'l'uccs'fo.r'the Botes, to be taken 6f ^r. Massiiigliam, at the Ti�ealrei        '      ' Ou Mvndayj Pitfeons and Cro^ws-The Weddiiig t)ay- Slid Tb,e.So/i,iD,Jua\r.   : i,.. i.t THEAl'AP-R0YAU,E15GLlSll'4P|;RA-H0USfe/. rf^niS EVENJNG. SAtCRriAY. July J5, ; i� i!{jRE'JtOR'Rosiaf�6fc: ChajlMJClp>ei-, Mr;Wr�l)cb; i?Fh1�fc, Mr, Harleji; Drake, JVIj..     S,,CUaller|ey; Jeireniy Tibbsj Mr. Wilkinson; Garii-lu.e PruUe, Rtc?.jW;JS. CUaltcrljey 5 Wey, MissJ.Sterensolii lAftfr Ubicb,,llie Miip,vMr.4Vilk'insbii.   Miss IVlary Hardacrr,' .Miks .l^uKe'j �Vlfs.^Mpry,GDlierili ftliss LSieveii*on. ;   . T, ..'THRE& HUNDRED ANU riFTV UOSEN fOOMftS bp CaNULE*, fn he deJiJ verrti inihe Mbnths'ACKejiledibeHandOitl^nber arxt.'    . Simples of.iW Candle* may tie Mteir �l t1iet^ldr'rkee|>ery Oi&ce eitery -.iKf. (^o tforming a mo^t complrle resi-'i denre for a genteel Family-.' nilh unt;t>f the best Farms in. the West of Euslaiid,.l ,i< (lie litaik: ltdd: i , Liufdjn'mipp; Wr. William Upjuhu,' LAndSui-vryor, Canu Coltaaiei .Shafleslmrs; Mesvis. Buwlrsi BBdChltty;Sharte8bdry3 Mr.Wafeefield, 42, tall-mall; aiid, at Garraway'a. BRiTisri'}i|�'fi;F6Rfew ' f hSHE eU^iftYttice'of iipwiir(l� of twenty yeurs inis �ft"'iifd*edilhe''eS^elltbcy of^ system ado^iled by. this Snciely.l'H ia sifc&asfiiliy received, or in .pVoeress iii every li�tl pf.'Eurppe, andintUeiilher' quarters-of the glolie the 'QtaitnUieeiiredeurpiispf extcniliiii; its adranlagcs, bnlhat huttteaiiflabroad, till all.mankijid shall :beenli:litened, and isrnurauc'e/ufGnii'and his Holy \Vp>^^ iic icuuipletely re- tiijvfd.  ^lii'YstitdisIiittcrir'riirilr?^^^^ ahd^.iVii.streBses for thisi.fcingddm'Knd'fpr fdreigjii? cnunlries^ ili' cOpnexiou wijh Jlie Geiiti^al-SchdiiltiA the'Borough-road, is ^'neceiaarily al-^teii.d^jw|thi4CoaBiderablc e^^^^ There ii alsii -a coiisi-  nfert�fe ba* )0t. arid upwardnrVaiid.the ever, iion^ of tfae.apontmitfee beioR hilicbv liuitieii for waiit;-pf fnuds, it .is hoped,that a,Sucie(y.nrsaeb extended ii^irfiil net" will be favpured >;itb the,support of imany iMmeiroIeiil ptr�dus^ whaJiav^'no't yet rendered it assistance. Amoiiol akeady advertised .. ^... i. J imes Gorst,"!Esq; Polygouj Siiiin-is Town (irpTKe Byng, Esq. M.P. annii:i| rnall,�Mi..Rut.'se)l-> >aiT........ -     '     DltlU^ nijiiiiany ..,. Henry PelO, Esq.'LittleBrifainjannually.. The CuuntesB of Derby ....'............. .Mrs.'E.TuckeU, Prenchay.1..   .......... Mrf.vSnJilb, VValwpitb Termw.........k. Sir Gerard Noel, Bart..M;P. annu.allv ..... Mr. Jos.Claike; W8i)3tcad,aH(iually ,> ..,. ll;.herl Biarcfay,-. y.:Jhe Treadurer, 'William Allen, Esq. Ploupb-ci.url, l.p�J�ard-sireet, the Re�'Dr. Schwabe, Foreien Srcreiarj, L|ltje, Alie-sfrtft: Mr. MillBf,'Museom-Blrecl, Bloonishuryj Mi. U iii. Corsfoii, Lttdeafe-alrfe!and the folluwijie Bankeri-^ Messrs Morland, Ran(lo�,aodX!p. PalKmAlh Mtssra.Bjr-clay, Tritlon, ami Co. l�m1iard-j�Ket, aud Mews Vove^f-^I^Ieet itrjfct. �   t.	d. 237  a	6 18   ')	0 &; 6-	�0. 5   &	 1   1	0 2   2	0 5   0	0 '   SO	0 2  2	0 	0 1   1	0 '21  0	0 10 10	0 10 10	ft 10 10	ft 2  2	0 IMPEKlAL PAKUAMEKT. HbCSE of Lords, FridAVj Jul* 14. Lord HoLtAK^ jireaeiiled a Petition from a Mr. Fer-fni-uii aR-rti.nst the. Bank Note Bill, and slatiui; jhni he had fubniitlrd to ibe B.iiik a plan, for the prevention of the forgery nf B�nk iinti'S, whirli thry adopted in pnrt; and pray. \nz that if llie Bill p-assed t1i�t he sbuuld he remiiiieraled fii!-his sugeesltons ; oikI that he miglit he he^rd bj'C.�unsel in support of his clainint ihefr Lordships' Bar.'-The Pelithiu w^s read.aud laid on tlib lablt^.. PROTESTANT DISSENTERS. Tj>rd HoM.asd preiiful.d a Petition from the Prulestitlt Dissenters, inenibt-re of the sevri-a) con^rrcatiuiis in the Melrnp EUt>ALR presented a Petition from the: Califo Pri'nii'Vs iti London anil its virinity, praying that the Biil liefun* tlieir Lnriisbips. fur regulating the trade, should be jiasspd.iiUii a law.- Itiail and laid on the table. ,'l'he.M.-�rinea Deceased Ri'lalivea Bill, and the Portpatrick � Hif&Mif.Bill, went through a Omimillee. .     v Vast INDIA COMPANY'S V LUNT13ER.S. Tlietr I.urt1slH|-is went into a Conimittee on the Eant fndia Co'iitpany's Vnlniileers Bill. ,. E4rt' GacsTESOR said he did not ritie to oppose the Bi|i-t so )fav from It, it was the kiiiil^nr military force Ire wiihed.lo see in the coubtry, in :lhe-plhce ofau enorniuns W.audiiig army. U'hal IteTilid rise for was to do awaV with tvliat Cad fallen from him on a previous night relative, tu the" disSffi-irtiiin pf a battalion of the Oilards. He then stateit |)ointeri to seardi lor {ireCKcletits with rfi>|>eRt ^ii tHe trtTatmeiit of llie iic(-(i>r >i C�ttrn' Iti^Hid ;> j&ott^ iijuinrof bluer* iu|roil the pfilfal >tn dmpttte, timngh -be'nckiiuwledgedf th^t liis nwH triw entirety iriade .up..,. H that opiiiiou �ii�ulil be proved to hiai lesii >� propfr ihau.Huy of tlioiie lyitich wuuld uiojti probably be oifered, .he un(lert�ok.40 withdraw hit inuiiuti.v Advrrtiii(�ito that Apiliion, a* he had be-fure firoiioiiiiced it, iti their Lurdahipa* hearing, and iii wliicli he had declared, Ibut her t!ioo|rbi the li>t of witneskt* otight to be.-^iren to the iifcusedi we uiiUersivuii lux Lordship .tucoiirpluiii ui the inteiprelatioii wjuch had fUeeii (given to one of the t^pretaioiis which he Ji�din�ed ou that ociiu-siou, and io nihich, tfeifbelfeve, his Lordship wished tu give thiS' explsll'iation i .That wheriras he had beeii repres'ttiited 'HtM.'requiFini; their Lord-Mmp� Lo be irtric  the.priocipte- of' iijtiei^fa^Us ti applied tu' the point ill questioii,' tlft - The riMii' of tiieir .touduct on the present pwaiRipii.-'Jjis Lord-. tliipi then appir t-,"KU('lii the HouK: woiild  bmiimamT: to'praceeS''de die in. litem directly to the'COficlugion ivhert^ii iir thei ieci>iid'i:a�e they oii^htbl cdUed>od to adjuUTo tbeir^ proceedings till' iMiGh iiaie Bitl,,whicli, he observed, were proposed;tu be followed up I'o reasons and Cannes to which tliey weie assigned, thus- And yvherensbrrscid Royalrl^ighiiess, whilst the siid Bartoli;mo' Per|raiili;: (itber,wiBe Barlplumo Brrgami, was ta liei- said iCtVicej riirllieruiiniindhit of hir exalli'd rank and slali'iin, and of her dilty to yuiir Majesly, and wholly le-{(ardiiSB of her owii li'flmrar.iaiiU character; condticled her-.self towards the said Bartuliniiii Pergami, oilierwise Barlo. lo.mu Bcrgami, and in plbe.i;|rt�p.erts, lioth in public ami private, in the various piace�|.,and^ cpunlrtes which her Royal Highness visited, with'indeceut, and uflTrHBive fa-nlitiarily aiid freediitn, atid'jcarried.'pii a liccntions, dia-)(r.acel'ui'3ud adulterous inte'cccfurse with'llie'said-URrtolbnld I'ergami, otherwise.Bartolumu'-Ber^tauii^ Which, coiiliixiifii for a long period.of .lioie.dnring her Rpypf Highness's resi-tleiice abroad', by whichiCunduci ofherfiaiii Kpyal Highness, great scaiidal aiid dishunoprihavf: been brought upuu yuiir M�ji!�ty''s faihily aiid thi8'ki^g(!�t&.'^' ^ � '' So ihut here was a charge bfudililtery, not tefel-red tiiwij-^givf n time Jr'd.ij-V_*tio'r id aiij' ^iven pliice, ao tfs ici'etialile th'e- aircitsed''parly''to niee't it with evidence ; ImtlhtS-fhiirgei*!!]! 'li'xteiided to a variety of pliiceS far dlsiaiil IVoiii each-'!tit1ier; and over ii spaceof tinfie tiicltidlng:nO ltfEf'tli'iti'r'si>( yearsj without-aiiy mie act;: or Jieriod� or'pliu-e, being specified, A'gui:!, ailverting 'to fhii'pru(;i?ediii},'s. wjiicii tiiiik pliice ihecy.lier'ni}*ht^' his Lordship observed, that ieveryi thing" l�Hd',been saia that could be'Siildi- 'it wiittld 1)6 it 'wasHe of time for liiin to State to rhfir-L'ordstitps nil Ihe'reosciiis ivliirh t;�Bly hiijilmg^oii ihern ivho'n'ei-W tW^V of all proceedingi.'ifieVirigVii of statiires, aifd wliose ru!t� dicJiitedi forin* ' for the Vriiceediffp" df Hil-erior t^ourts. "'rhaii ttfa1ftt�'i 'liii'We'veHj'givi tile iJC^H^ed. adwautages whiclyniiider fto'^ilfri;'- ci-imiiiul iharg^i were Bllowtid toct'iiiiiiial ac'diisaiioij.-',' bttl < wvjih w�io Iwve �he"Siales of justice-held perfectly eWrt.-' Theklatnltf. vf Wllfiunv gnve to those iiccd�ifd af ireusou the. tight of l���iog i ^it\iy ol the imiicirtitint futiiished tiiein,;4n which the' overt - sets'- (iiutt be speciqcalty   or fenoMpK, wittiuut any diffi^ltyj wiiere the tvJtiiesse*'were to come ffonivani^ho*^^ �wejet their ucni'HitibDs;'' But this wii*; iwtir'fhi:Vpfoxi^^"^^ "f I'l^t 'Act wiseiiii(l'4itfiiirfiV^-etiacf�iisiits'.^''a lie 'wo-% ?ilift^|ijf lb 'di'ii^^Jei'? tlie-Hiaifantage Ibwtd' itiJ: p#�oii�?'%ci;�iA''i:l^y^ Act?   H�f wbiild^Y*^'" 'i^!Ci|;Wii#"d^cilibii. Hand' if heidid iibi Taaite-oiil^ hit'ciifti Ji*--svi6tt!!d favours; be'cbbid shew nd hriinger gVatiibde lliin by' sap|Kirtiiig the ancient and equitable priii-ciplesdf the coostrtntion of the country. Tfce profession to wliich h^ had been bred, and in wliich his experientie and period of sefvibe hud not' been insignificuhtj'was a guarantee that he would yield To no Hias oii such a c{ue�tion. He ihougiil It almost' iinpossilile for a mind experienced iu the profession and practice of ilie law to be partially swayed ; he woiild think Iiiiiself unworthy of the lioiiours' and advantage* to wHicW thai prtifessiort had enabli'd him to altaiii, iinworlliy of tlie dispetiSHtiuiis of Proviileiii-e in his favour, if lie did not do hi" utmost on such a perilous question to secure the principles of juslice from any infringement. If �tlie'tr Lnrds-ltipt would consent to give tiie illustrious accnHed the list of witnesses forihwiih, the defence might he taken up, not ittimedialely iil't u froni the practice of English judicaure. He I'eferred lo the proceeding* on a Bdl of Divtirce in llie Ecclesiastical Court. In the lire' |JliiL-ei it was required to be set out bn Ihe face bf tiie libel the first inlircour.se of the accnved jiiirlies ; the charge wilt then to be followed lip, shewing the  increasing intiiniicyi dnd detcribing the opportnni-lies throughout, dinil it arrived ni the toncliiiiive rhai-pe of adultery consequent upon snch condndi the ,10! jiseclf ituted, and ihe time a:i tuiites being iniiiulely described.   .But this ^ivus not all. The proceeding could only be ni-jin-taintfd upon a verdict previously acquired upon the fact being proved in a Court of Cuinmon Law. Aiid this did not comprise all that lie. had to state; Not only was I he accused parly iiilbrmed by trial iit Common h^vr of thie pirliciifars bf eifideiice, tlie chariiclers of the witnfessesj, and so oii-not only wel-e ilie dcctisution; after Heing proved in a Court of Couitililii Law, to be set but on the face of tlie Kbtt iti llie proceeding; with a iiiinute relation of the l-jrciirastauces, a'cbpy bf which inu'sf be furi iiislved'to the aci:usfed-i--Kiii iii the ifveut of i en;   and   when  ihej;  foiind   the  public filled Ih loalhiiig and di>gust against tlie  accused, for a time, to meet the charge* ^ir^rj labbte  of, perhaps,  unworthy  witnifiaes. teiicesiUCfct 6oiifn!M'Siti of Hifc fici-V was allowed. � will) stjch conviciibii oppoKdl to hiin, .ta^iliilirB^ Cbiiiiciei a'gailist the Bill.  Here hit Lprdifi^'viip-i piled the principle^ of his argohtent li^ ^ttie riiie of the Queeu. How was Im-t Majesty^ cirriM^-siancetl, who had to .iheet 'diarges respectiiti; her eoiiiluct, uudedned in the facts as to liifje or (>lace, aiiij lasting from 1614 to 1819 T^'* consequence iroiild be, that id Uie. cou e of thi trial she would :fae compelled lo Call lor fMitfyiv enabl'e tier to take measures for coonlerarliiig lli^. evidence, none of which shecoold be prepg^ed^e-f re the exanitniiliun to meet.. Such niusi be 4he i:ase exiejit the. list of wiinesser were fiin>h>feed. The withesses would llieh-hiivejo he coilectett^frotn '.great distuiiceii: cuht-iderable delay OMttt    -nviees-�!ty be pccusibiiett   In the mteu tiiqe luii?.t�och. .prejudice uhH .iiijuatice wQulid lake pl-.tce'^ 'Jirx ijp.>tf.(e testiiiiony w-�utd ^ fbrlhi which if w^uld-tte 'r-�H�o~*�iblir1^>i^* ?(iurfd6rabfeiJlSSr1b^to lUs evidence would go out tinioug^ t^e public ;,di*giiii winild be liable to ekcitemetit from the very iiatdre of llie charges, whifch, if fairly' and opportunely nier, might he coitipletely set aside. iVJiat a ca-fe wdiitd this be! The facts, whether truth* or ca-ruiuiiies, would tie reverberated bark iipnn their L"r(lslii|H, who were to be the Jiidges of-(he Case. Willi uti tlieir dignities they were but men, subject to iill the infirmities and fr'ellngs of men ^ilh unable, for by   a   ibt how were they to prevent theiii>etve� from being iiif}neni:ed by strong and couimou bjii-liion \Vliere were their Lordships to be m the interval Between ihg charges and the cuon-leracting evidence f In criminal case;, where llie I'eiigth (if the proceetlings required tidjournmeni. eillier llie Jurors were shut up, or, at aiiy rate, all cpmmnhiiatinn with Ihem was strictly prohibited. AVere their L'>id�hips williug to be shut Up ?- Eiihei- let the House adhere to the priiiciptrs of the luwf. Or, if iliej- were unfit lo guide thein, let those laws, against the fptrit of which they acted, be repe-alt-il; They could not ttvoid feeling the in-floem-'e of g(-neral opinion. It was the priiiciplen of Justice lor which he was contending a* much oil behalf of the liciznser a� of the accused.- It nuuld he as uiijiist to his H'lajevty us Id the iilustrioiis ai-cn�rd; to withhold uny udvan-laj^e wiiiuh it possible to grant to the defeuce. They CDold not fprleit theii- rights as iiidividuaU, biicaiise the Ciowii hid ctiaoced todeirolve on eilllei^ of ihem; but above all; what would be the sitau-tidii of iMinistet-s, who represented tlie acijusei- during the interval tvhicb he had uiiticipaled They would hiVB to enter the t'alatie" and attend the King's Court  tliey would, during that disaareea*. iile-iutetval,-iiave. tu perforin, as a Learned Friend of His Had Well otiseriied lit tbeir Lordships* bar, Llie anomalnuii fnnctions of prosecutors and counsellors (or ilie CiDtvn, and of legislators and judged on thtf ca^r'; IJe insisted on the necessity of coiw forming to the principles bf ordinary justice. He clid not mean tu >ay that it was praciicuble to asst* milute llie prnceeiliiius of Parliament to the pruc. lice of llie toui-is Leiow j that wcii'd be to deprive the House of its separate funi-tions J but it wai, necessary to preserve the prihciples of justice unimpaired, and It was not necessary lliat the,evidence shnttid go forth witholit allowing the accused an opporiUnity of nif-eiing it on equal terms. Let thifir Lirdsliips uive the list bf witnesses, :ind then (he prbftrdintjs would go Oil de die in iliein, without ii nniineiil'. del.iy. ilin far it was in their power lo -assi-iiiiliite tlieir proceedings to courts of luiv ; thus far at teiist, as ii wat- in tlieir poiirer, they oujjhl to go by the general principle of British law; Tliis was the inbre iieciessary Coiii the undefined nilure of ih(^ charge, if there were direct charges of ailulterj-, coiiiiiiitted with iildividuals sb circumstaiicerl aii lu lead iriiinrdiiitely to the conclusions of the pUce ^here; and Uie ttitie when the act had been coiii--mitled-if there was a charge of cnuiittiiting udiiU tei)' with a Prince, 'tippose, at Mila^i-of an adul-lery coiKimlled with diiother t*rince ilv aiioiher rounlry, ihe Queen would know hi>>v to prepare to meet the evidence, and what testimony la collect to refute it. But the charge w;^* for adollery ciitriinilted with one of her own omcer^j. wliofe duty it was to attend upon her wherever she went. Had the charge been against any stranger, and tiieiiHine given, as that of Count Brrgami hail been' given, the plaCe of meeting woulil liave been, easily ascertained, and evidence easily collected ti� meet the .ircnsaiion. But the party iiuplicated had been triivi-lliiig IVoiu place to place witli lier .Vlajesty, and the very iauiiliarity ot iiuercour'ie alleged as purl of the ^n)U, arose of necessity oul '>f Ihe ata* lion vvhicli ihe Coniit held ii> her Maj't-^iy's household, liiid wliich accounted, without any >o�pic;cn� Inherent in the circiiinstances, for the degree of fa;. vnur which was apparenily shev,>u tiiin by the Queen. At leant the Bill should not have set forili llie places and limi-s of ilie alleged crimfes, or the list of witnesses t
                            

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