British Press, July 29, 1820

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British Press (Newspaper) - July 29, 1820, London, Middlesex IT I'll 1 I f*-^ ^' wiIl;be'iperfpni(i9t^t^r�z9rrs^.popatar.iQp�raj^?entitUd,'-; In the coarse of llieiOperannlncideotM.Divertitemenl. AfifT tht Op�ra,the' faVounte BAteftir J.E.iWARCHAND.D:ESGLAVES. , , Tn}RAhmE-n6TA.L} HAkaiAHKET. THIS EVENING. SAITUBDXy, July 29,* " ' L mW Be perfonhrd yftBjBEGGAR'S-'OPERA. - ' C^ptv Wacheathf iiyiadamevyeslrw^hfr Tlh^npprarance itiai Chnrac�er,;an'd:;on this SlaWeh PMcbiim, Mr.Terry;, ) .nclne,MrWiUmrtife;' tilcb, Mr ^^Uassell.' Holly^eactotn, M i8,s^^n. , .�. -  , ^ THEATRE-ROYAI,, JJNGLISHI OPERA-HOUSE, STRAND, TU\S evening; Si^TURDAY.Jnlr 29, will lie p.erformed,'gih'(ime^ an eatirely new Operatic Drama, in threenclsicalled-":^- ; . - , , WOMAN'S WlLL-rA RIDDLE! , , Date of^Milan, Mr; Rowbothara-,-Gouiit Vilaldi, Mr. Barllev ; Cxsario^ Mri.Pcarmnn'J'^Corvino, Mr.' Hariey.' .Princess Clementine,- Miss Kelly>;;-pucheB� �f MaDtua,iMrs;.-W.S. Clialterlejrf TaabeljMiss Carevir. " The EpiIoguCjirt charactcr/byiMttB'Kelly. � - To conclnde.^ith(ll'(Ii lime at this Theatre), the ceTftbraied' .j E.ttravacanza, ip two acts, called, � DOJf liost of himself, Mr. Tit*. Cbbke; Don OciaVib, Mr. BroadharBt Bridegroom, Mr.-WiltnnSon; Leperelloi^Mr; Hnrley.'Donn*' Anna, Miss I.SleTeoson;,;MissWor5m�B.v......... Doors open at Half-past Six, and tht^'Perforroance to be-' gin at Seven. - , . . Oo Monday, and every eveninft, Woman^ Will-a Riddle! -nith Dun Giuvanui, or A Sptclre.oi) Horseback. . . A new Romanilc.Melo'-drama and other MoTelliea are in preparation.-- . . � > - �' ^ Ib'our last,.-in of^at. half.past Six. Half price at half-past Eight. . . On Mondav ivext.wiU be produced, for the first time, an �ntirelyncw,-Comic;Biirlettaj:'calIed WheelsLwithm Wheels, in. which Miss. !?oolcj .:lnte of, the Theatres Rayal' Driiry-Vne and Lvcenm,. will make her first appearance on this �Stage-i-0tlier;N5velliBS arem preparation. rflHE COMMISSIQN-E-HS of.Jiis M. 'MAJESTTS CUStCMS hereby give notice,' that oti tlieimh-iday'^of AUGUST tbejr will'be ready to recefe4 Tmders' frphi such peraona;: as.'mayj ber�)Uiii|;t td':Coutttici� for riie erections of OFFICES too a porTion qf tlw �iWjpf the old Custom-bousev the plans an3 specificdiion of th?' nrorksfwintiereaJl^foriinBpecIMn at thevOffiee of tbe'Snr*^ vt-ypr for Buildini;*,-i^uslomiHoWv'jLoudiinV>aii> Muiidiiy: next, Slst last. . - . ; c.CURLING,, . Custom Hiouse, Londoiil  ' ''ih Itie'Si^crelBry's absence. - Jttly$.')th, U30. ^ e Irish labourers in that part, �and, arineirttntljri^itcli^forks^uudothei! �ni|>leinent8 of Nsbandry,-very illjreated.such labourers, for the purj[josepf driving thfm fro^ the bi^siueoa they were engaged in'^ and of ii'iiiniidadng them, and other* of' tlie.samfr con tit ry, from 'again- engaging ! here iniihe? Itkeroccapati'onii. iThey^ ulsoitiirade ^ 1 very QutrageooB/assaulton.the house of a, poor mati> j who letR-lodg^iijps to'lriHh luboarerg^, (xrepktiig the wtndow^j &c. and endeavouring to force an entrance tn' order to search for sach lodgers andj bellaved � ili' d most disorderly w�y' to Mr. Casswell,' of Croww land^ threateoHig ^his' life and property^ if hesidid. no(;.(di�ini8s.tlie Ifisliipen, or if he. ever agntn.gave employment to- Irish laboi|.)�r8 ; but, we are. glad to say,.that' Mr. Casswell did. not yield to the tiireats iieldout. ' Ills�ery miich to l^e lamented, that persons can bg�-so little regardful of the rights of othersi aS: to endeavour to^depnve thenfjif the cliance qf getting a livelihood by/ honest,indqstry ; an Irishman, who comes to this conntry, being os imuch entiUed to oSer his services for any employment as an Englighmaa is,-Bnd .the law will (Jro-, tect htm no less-tban a-native, and punishaoy'infringement of hirrights iCritb full HSjouch rigour as the violation of the rigbts of an >�ngli8hmau. > la this age, when tve hear so much talk about the. rights of man, we might expect those rights to be held more sdcredj andtlMt po��r, defenceless, peace-ablemen, suchasthe Irish labourers are almost-aniversally found ~to be, should esperience^fijiirour and. protection rather than insult and outrage.-! y^e Iwpe, however, to heaV no more of. attempts; to drive thenfxil[rom,tteir lawful 'occa^aiioos$';bittr-t)i�it^ {tie severe.examples made of tlie rioters at Crow.i land wtlliOperate^aBla sufficient warning, not,only in that ueigbbo^rhood, but in'many other parts of the country,, against any similar disgraceful conV, duct-conduct more becoming savage life than cU vilized society, and exceedingly unbecoming in fe-mules.--^�o$J^o� GazeUn) IRELAND. COURT OF EXCHEQUER, Dubliji, July 24. Trial at Nisi Prius, before the Right rHom the Lotto Chief Bauon, and the following Special . Jiiri/:-r *moa^to�'2,pQt)A .^rhfr ti^n^qin'the oon�w to pr �i^(y^ltachmentBrva^d^to m satesrwithoot tnierrap}tob i he kneirSifij^rhaff toiflni from .9iie.:of ^he't^efepiiAQ' in.'Eranca.and the8ARSlR4-Iir:toili to reside on :the iContinentc baiikiog-boHse im London foi^-EXTBACTOI' Avt " The house and contents feraothi'ng'tt)^eaibarra&>^6nr': be'piciperly donCi as yon' hare' ' ^ ANOtHGR 1' :;iiitten�reBep.'Tf^ [liim 4o-rt!ond)$�t the h^v/g dttae"# % tit bankrapt.if ^ _ .�,!t�H?iW.Mi^�xJract tfrsto'Sjnyth,.whiiej bliO, Feb 13,1815.' = - - Ftydhr determlDation *fou a ci'edit ou B i4li�.Ji�sl�are off^BUf'" ltj^..every AiuV sirall, '.if; ----- -.. ^^ sate. �� SHvuld thia re^b yon, it Woiiia.rW�\gitaliry you. hear.faow*wen: lb1ne>'aiie^,gaiing ;pn.' -.The eutire,ur the * Anioutated 19 l^StJOJ." " ' " ^NOTHElC'^I^Apk4�^E.'j.p^TMl., , . j tli^aueiriineer aii^^ev1ilB.',iftnitag^^ pIoyed:8omei�rell-lr]i�ned la seVtinourowa way.-..LComproaiised!Rilb^s.,llIahutt, whom. I got off for 3go/.^' r Defendant enteittdtintoreceipf'of^ Smyth's rents early iii:Fl815,�ndMii-tiffTeceiveii a letter from a,friend, stating ^hatDiifeiidiitit was mifictmducdlng hisatiTair^, Suiyih, in 181.6, reiuriied; to this ceuntry^an^ waited unMlva commission of bankruptcy, > wan tssu ed. -himv Smyth got his> Assignee^ to; ca4l  Defendant -to an account,; who began, to thhik ^hat Assignees ;mightibe.tr6ilf-; blesume people} the. Defe^dfnt, JFlahdny, con-slulted With some, country .geptleqieny creditors of. Smyth'ji,...and .tol.deveral ^ person^xa^ied to tyhom money, was due, and was f dtiectedl-by-hia nrtiistcr to say^ be �� Mt 8t�boii>�; Coghlan,a.,hay^faGtori to whom about Q5h was ^due, called for payment,'and his^mliater directed he should be denied to him; witness was paid ,hts wageir, and got bis discharge from IVlc, Haliday, after the Sele of the-furnitureat'Merrion-sqoare, m March, 1815, it'ilHII^di^ezeclt*-;!- �^^^^^^^ hTIvatice of 4,'000/. la-answer si/nie 1tbmrdtate;.}iaynieiil�. Jje!>':Wislied 1^ :make*: -Mr. Smyth naw:heBr^;me,'�. It IS. uoit. fcjifiisy .a inatterr tji faise.jjgVtiey a* lUHDj peojile may'^lnnk. or; iipagiije..;. -HestHted Jo Yinliday that he uH-ed'8;000/. ami Halidiiyf; without much-consitlerutiDn,'agreed to udyanee-'iiiin-^'.OOO/. A mortgijge was prepartil, by: ^Ir^ IlrtjU Solicitor, and the, money was imni^diiilejy , jwid down.. Smyth, 011 signing-the deedi rrquesled it might ,.;Miot. satisfied, with grinding'totjie earth hisi-elient.-j Hahdity, nltempts'-iit-driiw .biick money 'from' � hiui, -iwhlcli shall �Be.'proVed ';has ; been alread3^:pal(l for his use^ -a'nd for itlj6?'stfj�i>oti , i^Mi^!(tt^{hm\(�^^^ on ihBfGt�gpi|e|#^lir^ tentaUi'Whiph:herepfeieiited-as 3,50.ffiftrt^iv4>''-pear to- any person.but as a man' of large-fortune. Smyth, on being promised by Haliday necessary supplies of money'to enable him to retire to tfie.Continent, gave a gebe'ral power of atioroey, tOiScl for htm-ill his absence, and. observed, that while away, some:timid, creditor might be-pressiug for bis .money, and-proposed to sign bonds, to be pIftcedVith Haliday.Mo be by him used if necessa-tyf Sir S. Romilly's, Act protected the executiois. Mr. Smytii, who professes to be a iriaii of honour and fashion, adop'ts this plan for 'the purpose of benefiting his creditors; it is conceived by Smyth himself, and, at - his request, carried into effect, by Mr. Hahduy. "Who caii justify this man, who, lu three months after getting a sum of 4,000/. mentions his plan.s. to his agent, arid then brings forward l,hosel(!tter8 before the public,which wete Wrttten in strict cppfi,dencei and otight lo have Alilcrman M'Kenny, ..Riiixnamj Abbott, ,  Tyiidall, John Pepper, Esq. John O'Neill, Esq.. -'rhomas Sherlock, Eaqi Peter Foster, Esq. John Astle, Esq. - : L. Crostbwaite,:jun. Esq. OF EDMOND SMYTH, ',:; SOUTH AMERICA! This day is publisUcdj: containing Views of Rio de Ja Haclie, Porto BcHn,-AuxGayes, aHi'Kingsfon ; Porlrniis of M'Gregor^ Bolivar, Macironej and Miranda; and a Mapj in on%elegan)'yolumei 8ro.. price 14s;:: :: , i ' MEJW^IKS,^iof GREGOR REGOR, Bnd;itbe:?olber-,Chleftanis; iiicludiug Narratives of all their Expcdilioha,,and :J(ew Views ot: -the Commerce *jf South America. By Colonel RAFTER. ' Printfdfofr.-J; J.StoekdaIe,-41iPall;mall. ; Also,, uniform .With Ihe above, one volume, and 31 Guts, price ia�. DAL RIO ou CHiESS. 'Translated fioin the Kalian, liyTiS.-Binghaihi Esq. > 3:^;:;; - THE BINDLCr LHSRARY AND JVUTOGRAPHS.ii -=.TOVfiE?SOLD iBV iAUCTlONv^v- ::'i i . � �.: :;i.'>',:�J^^yA.Mit'EVA:NS, -:�.�.�.;'/� At his House,vN^.^BG, Pall-mali, oo WEDNESDAYJJEXT '.liL ' A'ugij6t'2i snd five foliowing days, : i: ' fyiHE Fourth and Concluding I�AR:T jof'the . JL curions and cx'teniiive l,1BRARy-onbe:iate j'AMES SJND'LEV-j Esq,;::conraining.a:aingular^9eil*b1age-:ofintre _ old Pn_clry,;PaEeants,! curious Tracts and Harnies;-in, every Depariment:of Lflcraiure: also,bis very pprious:and valna-blcCollection qf Autographs. -' -- v^'. ' ' ^ BURGESS-ESSENCE OF AWCaOFl'ES.:^;'*^^^^  Warehouse, 107;. SiraodiicOritcr Of the Savi)yisleps,i{-ii|f . .--London.- ^^:'��.t:^:::;-:i �:.-;m:;';i�!:-�;?"(;' J^HN BtJRGess.find:s0n^^eingia|>pri8 *" "f'hf niimtroiis endeavours by many pfrfpns^g 1 n�(>use ji spurious -Hrticle -fur:their niiiitei feel it inciimbent uiMiii IbTni (o reqitesl tlie.atieiUioiV-^ iJiasi/j�w7iaf1hiyc- Addrrii�-r�on)e *> Bi|fjeis"8'Eii*nce^6fWiicfi0Vie's",^i^ aiid.nunyTOi>re wiihpoH/Address. , -"^T ',- '- Jt�HN BURGESS:^'�ad - ^dN :Ii9vIng,beeft;m3^ Iiui4ured " '' ----- >'!niliinmit:.ut-:resptc(,-lavnrua iiic 1 uu.iv-, -.....-.. , ticit Ihein hi'insi>e�t^1ie:Mbi'lR'bVeviJi|!i't6li^ d �illi �uch .|p�tnRui-ireB!>^^ ' )i- W�;;h7;uVv 107r��r�d,'cqw�r qf 1h� SavoyytepsjiiLVS.-Uua.-(Tlw Ortginal frtb Saucf War�bousr.; - John Duncan,'iEsc(. ' Nichplas Faonio, Esq. michael Bin4N,: assignee . bankrupts, w.wm. haliday. Mr. M'DouGALii opened the plendiugs. It was an action of trover. Damages laid at 5,000/. Mr. DaiscoL stated thef cin>e.'' This was, he said, an action ipf-trover, fpr the yalnt of, house-, hold furiiiturer andolher properly, auid at auction by Defendant, at bankrupt's house in Merrion-square. He" would mention a preliminary matter, in order to bring the case fully before the Jury, The bankrupt WHS in po^sestnon of estates amonnt-iog ,tQi,abpve.3,000/..a,year, andvhe on hiB'jnarriage ma(le;hiin9elf tenant for life. He^became^agent to the.Ea^l'of Ormonde, and associated with company 5bat/.'broi>ght him jiito conwderable ' wliicb hiJaffatts were gnitig to rotn. He had' pre--�iOO�ly iktlt^w'n the .DelVndatit.i Mr. Haliday, with whom-ji^ had^some ludney.transactions, :and:they being^from the same country (Carrick-on-Sui>y,.he was ind'&ctfd by 'his professions of frietrdship to let hrm into' lhe!:knowledge of his' embarrassments. Tliis-dreW frbm the Defendanl an offer of his^siir-i vices, whoiVaid if the: assistance of a few-thousands; which he-then had lying,by, could extricate :h)m, -he would with pleasare^accommodate him,.and lu any oJher-way render him his best services, Ati agency was proposed, and accepted by. Defendant Halid-ay,'who- promised to take Smyth's estate to nurse, and ^rouke his rents available ^foiiisf'rmOBt' pressing-deblsii-Sraytlu proposed an advance of 4i000/,i whfctr Defeiidailt agrijed toj and ,4 hiort-V;i�ge' for th�t-"^8um was ""directed to be prepared, with- a^ power- of i�attorney ��o'iHahday,= to actas Smyth's agent. iThe mortgage wasperfectediiajid the^moiijey a'dvanced'^iy.'DeQ:ndniiti:^OD^ tbe^vlst- of O�t,ober, 1814. Smvih handed Defendant his rent-roll,, with a list of: arrears due^byju*^^ teaant�^ jimountiiig to near 5,0Q0/, In Febru.iry fultowmg Drf'^di(utdtgedSpytltt;>vgo reside. mF/i�n�:p,8j�i}.-an,it>becdrae necessary, uiide^,pr�'r. sent urraiigeiiMj^|,�j*j&u.uoiqise vin j;^ Way,i;if he-" WiittW^siaTisfied to liveoo aii'allo*- Cross-examined btf Mr. GooTiD^- Mr.Smyth saw a good deal of company ; he kept- a coach, a corricle,- many'.servants, and. JiorsesL and* drove with out-riders; has been sentj when in Callan^ from Mr. Smyth's house there w;th the brewery ; it did not occur to witnesis, while at Merrion-sqaare, that bis master wasa.brewer; tipes upt recollect driving him to Daly'�ron Kildare Club-h0l|Se,-�;.,- William Hearn-,. exdrntned byf'flSri'Vl'VtovGkT.x.. -Knows Mr.Edmoiid Smyth.i knewhtm lon^.be^ : fore. 1815; is his near relation; was at: Mt-Smyth's house when a person of the^natneof^iPaicellcalled; It: was at-the stable-yard ; Pnrcell came in and Asked io see Mr;'Smyth; he .was-destred by Staytb to say he was not ut home;.he We.nt. very shortly ufterthat to Ulrance. ~ , ^ . - Vross-eKamified by J/r. )Ben*ETT.--Purcelt' camem at the back gate ; it was m-lSlS he called r bad several conversations, with Mr^ Haliday since, withwbom he lived for a year as clerk, but never told him tif this circumstance, nor: did he recollect any thing abouMt,untxt..Mi'> Smyth reminded htm oi^ it lately. - , Mr.; Bennett-I believe,- Sir?, he rather put you up foit^-.-It was Smyth told witness that the man's natuewas Parcelt;-he pame : to Mr. HaU-~ day's office often: since to demand-payment of .Mr. \Smyth's bill-; iknows^-Michae^-'Cprmickit thevpeti-tioningcreditor; knonsnothing (if his' debt; wit;^ ness knows of'MriHahdsy' getting the wine la -Smyth's.cellar ;^abont::three'.r�spec(abiUty and unim-|>eaciied character, wTio,^ for .near-.forty:fye�r�,- has^-re�ided ID this cyy, has now:%he tnisfortuae'of-httv-ing*^ a great portioii of his .jirnpeEiy, 'l|ie"fruit� bf Inngind^siry, in jeopardy,., through hisldealings with Smyth, whysb-have.been itrodnctive of. heart-r breakings iaud: misecy tohis lU-fatjfed clientiriMr^ Smyth, to alltieB�i-|igalarge fortu'ni>f';vhei:lt�ed'iri' AX house in Merrt6ti..�qu�rei.-kefftavvariety:c>f car-riBges, a large 1t�tabti�hmeiit-.wr'-8er�ants, and with incorrigible' vanity dW'vethToagh-^lbe streets with j^-��:elllereU:U^I,^^�fC-^*,...* ".*,*-�r^.,fr.:.,:.--T- y:"T-,--,,,---.-.r::,- I fiSr-'li&hWTti'^,M�V'Cdlclouglr�nd others lo'^he H�luhiy,.knowirt^h\� l|eiDg^r�s�K? Sifittfi-'^i'-i,K�t�Jrf -been-held 111 the-'bpsom''�tf honauxjjind^jriepjlship j Such 'cojiduct" IS horrible, and recreant frdiil the principles of honour, humaoitv, or justice. ~ After the largeadvanues made'by Haliday'to Smyth, it will "be proved to you he went to Mr. Hall, with tears.ui hrs eye8,.entreating him to use bis influence with Hal'day to advance him a further sum of 500/t,and stated to him he would deposit with him his plute,' as security for'the repayment. Hall-prevailed on Haliday to do so, and ihe money wiis paid lo Smyth, in his presence, by Haliday. Mr. Smyth i> now before me, and I call on him to deny these facts ; 1 dares him to do so. Matters went on, and my client'eAtt Haudat-We have arrived thus Ac- Your ' leller Of credit and introduciioii of me to the bouse of Messrs, Betl and Higgiosoii, was received with the utmijat civility and kindness, and would do anything lu consequence tha^ 1 would ask.-Yonr'sj-ever, � ED. SMYTH'," ~,  " Dieppe, Feb. !^tb, 1815. Mr Dear HAXii>at-:^Oa, recollectioo, shoohLtbe Bond I; left you foir 1,000/., whicW 1 perfected at HallU before I left Dublin,-lie. not sufficient; to cover:, the furniture against Mahqn^I-eoclose you.a blank Bond,:whichyau cangetfilled up in any other Dame, and have an-exccution on it lodged wilbtbeSheriff,if you:see necessary. This wille/fectually shutout Maboo,or attvhmentff, ahould-tbey apptsar-. ' J . , "Yoor's, " E. S." .. .'  '"'Department O'^Indre and Loire, June 4, 1815. "mYDBaR HaudaYt-I can but' simply offer you my-thanks, and sto'^BeavkO'my> prayers, that you. may be re-^ quitedfor-yourhupianean^ibenevulentacts of dispositioa � lowarilsme,-wlmbavebeen neglectedby; Ob!.:ray' best friendj-m; guardian angel sentyou - to my relie{^�nd with the fostering'ibaud. ofjgood nature and- good feeling you helped meout of-the gulf-^you havecomposed inybarassed'diiitdi-'you 'have abundantly,provided for my xvaatSi'i'by'tbe'aiiiple'Credtt'you prepared for meat Bell: and Bigginsnn'v'/I^ndoa; X'f y,';*r:r;dreaU the;>Teceipt-' of-lefters-'fronr: Treland -xonveying painfnlsubieetBi 'liut;every hoe of yours Bows with mild-. � Aess'and K�od:natUt�;.'::^ - "  . �6ifworkedniiwcle? to:gietsu'cbimmeosepricetfur.the. famitulre-^'l,didyiibt^'reekoh oii> any thing like so;much as �lbeauction-�jBonBteiI-rt me on royi af.,. ami::iiigbty aapnive-�f:the setllemept you: conclnded. ( 'i�Jp)K*�(tii^Krbew to his.wife, foit the pur|iiA*e; of iConceaU ing frrfm her his reiil sittialioii. ;^eV^%r�'lii,fj^ t^, Ireland in the year 18l0, a)id ihjth'^'Ji'^ Serve a man; for farty-year^ and if yon dimy hini ii {avonr-aftefi. lie faVeomesV your iJ^^ eiieiay.-r-Hr.- Witness is a near relation to Mr. Siiiyth; Michael Cormick was to make an affidavit; Smyth knew it' ' believed Smyth, wished the affidavit to be made to ground the commission; went to Kilkenny for a Mr. Welsh, a proctor, by Smyth's directionii, aiid brought him lo^Callan to take M'Ccxmick's affidavit ; lirien, the assignee, was Smyth's clerk; ' Mr. Wallace spoke to evidence. There.were various law points argued', and relied on by Coansel at both wdes. - - ' The Chief BaroN charged the Jury. He said, in his charge he, would let the'case go unencam-bered to the: Jury; they must be the best judges oC its merits ;,to menof their intelligence, it would be'a waste of the piiblic time to go at length into a charge. If they -believed the commission of bankruptcy which issued .was not a collusive one, theywould be bound to find a verdict for the Piain-iitf; but if they believed the evidence of Hearu, a relative of the bankrupt's,- he thought they Could have no doubt (at least he had none) that itte commission was issued collusively, aud at the. desire of she bankrupt, they ought to find fur the Defenc ant. � They'would also- bear iu mind the circijra)tance,of Ihe'petmoniiig creditor giving ui. his judfgmeul oil the baiikirupi's estate, to run tie risk of il dividend III. common with other creditors ; ' it was also.remarkablethat Hearn, who attendeil at the. foriiier trial at Kilkenny, where the iiisue v�as directed by theChaiicellor. to be tried, Wa?, although.present, not examined ; bad be been so', the verdict>ould have been a cqnlisty onp^ t 0 :'^ftuDKL> for the p.c&pdiiatr-'Meut*.; Goold, ;