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   British Press (Newspaper) - August 7, 1820, London, Middlesex                                3, W UMBER 5513. LONDON. Miil^ .^VTnn ... MoKDAY, Anotmt 7,16s0. fTpHE Pablitfarp mott rMiuctfiillv inrormerf.lhnt I THIS FffCATRE will r:E-OPEN on MONDAv NEXT, lhe:Tjllb4b�lantj| for Ihp yw^me of afforiline tbe Piibtic. *if-.apporfiinlty:or,w!ttip�!!iiie Ibe RerfomtilDCfi nt Mr.. KEASf,,rn his'.princlpal eliaracUn, l^elvre h� potilWe dcp)irla<�.far'AmrriM. �|i-/K�*r,wiIIscrwryNight�flerlhe14�iiHiin the in-ieudednnmbrriifchsractm are completed final pur* will beite'lJake of GlpVicr/io Wc^ard bU  (I>edirection aud^-siiperintendence of Mr. Lawrence, '^ndthePabili^may beaatitred no preference of any kind will he,�!!4reire4  wfc'W- Wj^ IVTPuimsE* !�>>� jeVent^pf . iiyTdifficully uf entraiDiie, ~ be -iranaferable iat-'anolfeiijtht.    :      - ^ Vl^ii-PJacea can be taken wilbont TicketR Iieine purchased farttie'exact^uurober of the party,..and .those Tickets Will not admitat'^ny oiber, plares than the Bdxrg. : The JDodrs will be opened at' Half-pt>�t ^Six o'clock,'-and the Performances on each Erenin^ commence at.Sevpn. . Boxes, 7>. Second Price, 3s. 6d.-Pit, 3s. 6d. Second �Price, 3s.-Lower Gallery, 2s. Second Price, Is.-Upper Gnllery, la. Second Price, 6d. - The Free List .cannot he extended to these Performances, the Public Press always excepted. THBHTRE.HOYAL, HA YMARKRt. THIS EVENING. MONDAY, August 7, will be.performed the First Part of .  KING HfeNRY THE FOURTH. Kintf Henry, Mr. Yonnger; Prince of Wales, Mr. Connor; Hotspur, Mr. C. Kemble; Sir John Falstafr(6rBt tinie), Mr. Terry.  Lady Percy, Mrs. Dalton; Hostess, Mrs. Pearee, To-conclude with the Farce of � WET WEATHER. Sir Onesiphorons Puddefat, Bart. Mr. Liston; Captain .Bnimley, Mr.lfones; Tim, Mr. J. Russell.  Emily Danvers, A|r8. Baker. Bakes, 5s.-Pit, 3j__First Gallefy, 2s.-Second Gal- lery. Is. .The Doors, to he opened at Six o'clock, and the Perform-aace to bepit at Seven. Places for the Boxes to be taken of Mr. Massingham, at the Theatre. ,.To.inbrrow, Pigeons and Crows-A Roland for an Oliver :-and Rosina. .On Wednesday, TheConstant Couple : Sir Harry Wildair (first time),' Mrs. Mardyn. ..A new Comedy la in preparation, and'will be produced in~tbe course of next week. i THEATRE-BOyAL, ENGLISH OPERA-HOUSE, STRAND, npHIS EVENING,- MONDAY. Atigost 7, � A � will berperfarj|iQL{ficat.time), a new^fiouttotic Melodrama, in three parts, founded pb the cetehrated Talk called .    ' THE VAMPIRE; Or, THE BRIDfi-OF THE ISLES. Characters in the introductory Vision-The Vampire, Mr. T^.P.Cooke; Lady Harearel, Mra. W. S. Chatterley; Unda, Miu Luye;..Ariel, .M4h Worgman. Cba^Clers in the Drama-Ruthveii, Mr. T. P.Cooke; Ronald, Mr.Bartley; Robert, Mr. Pearmau; McSwill, Mr. Harley.   Lady Margaret, Mrs. W. S. Cbalterley; Bridget, Mrs. Grpre; �ffie,:Miss Carew. After wbicb, 16th time, an entirely new Comic Operetta, called /        THE PROMISSORY NOTE. Mr. Warkiia.m, Mr. Wrench: Mr. Scamper, Mr. Pearman; Nicks, $ir. Salter.   Mrs. Matkham, Mrs. VV. S. Cbalterley ; Caroline, Miss Carew ; Cicely, Miss Kelly. To which wilt be added, the Musical EDterlainment of LOVE LAUGHS AT LOCKSMITHS. Captain Beldare, Mf. Wrench; Vigil, Mr. VV. S. Chatter, ley; Risk, Mr. Hartry; 3ulomun Lob, Mr. Wilkinson.   Ly> dja. Miss I. Stevenson. The spacious Saloon has been again tastefully fitted up with a new design, representing an Illuminated Orieiiilul Garden, and will be opened ar usual at Eight o'clock, for the admittance of the Second Price, which commences at Nine. Doors open at Half-past Six, and the Performance to begin at Seven. Boxes, Ss.; Second Price, 3s.-Pit, 3s.; Serond Price, Is. 6d~LawerGatiei-y,3s.; Second Price, Is.-Upper Gal. lery, Is.; Second Price, 6d. To-morrow, The Promissory Note, with Bachelors' Wives. On Wednesday, The Promissory Note. SECOND WEEK OF GIOVANNI IN THE COUNTRY. ROYAL AMPHITHEATRE (ASTLEY'S), WESTMINSTER BRIDGE. THIS PRESENT MONDAY, A.iauat 7. and daring the Week, at Half-past Six o'Cluck precisely, the Evenisg's Entertainments will commence with, ISth: tiine, an entirely New Splendid Equestrian Spectacle Melo'-Drama, founded on an Interesting Story in MbPre'a Celebrated Oriental Romance of "Lai la Roukh," ciiled the VEILED PROPHET OF KHORASSAN ! Zelica, Mrs; Aslley. > JUilfprising Horsemanship by tlie Youog Auotriin. Extraordinary Dancing on the Tight Kupe. Vaulting �DdTBinbting. Th> whdie to conclude with an entirely New Comir, 0|)eratic, ' Melo-dramatic Hippodrame, in one act, called GIOVANNI IN THE COUN IKV; OB, A GALLOP TO GRETNA GREEN. . In the cottrse of the piece will be displayed a Moving Panorama, in wbicb the Characters will start in Post Cbaiies, Gigs, Carts, and on Horseback, from York lu Gretna Greco, through the city of Carlisle, iniroilucini;, by Blinkway,.several Roadside Beauties, arriving at last at the i-etehrated Gretna Blaclismith's, after a comic animated Vhilsr through Twelve New Panoramic Sceii�>. VAUXHALL. nf'Gonv^^ ; .Ijie^^ ntbei^ einbarraisM; T08^iNs� piq*ate LorTEKr?? R. TOM KINS (P^lrt A�wi��B!i leDlien''lai''dr�� this the Spring.  B> the Act of cannot he extendinj'biiyaiid Jl move all imp^dirMnti. reap have p^Vided forlil. Drawi missiobers, lepsriittely t^iH NoHibera not cpl^respqnd, assbi'ed that nil ilJMppoiati care nor eiqientg ^* beei|.'i gagietrto beigivi^tit^ii: ftnee. Tickets, pricVSf.Sa. eireh, irebn^^alfc lit the Exhibition of Specimrt)s of Prizes, NusyS3 atld'M, New B^indslreet; and at all Lottery OSces, where Prospeclnses may be had. This Ltfllery Cimsisis of 16,650 Prixcs-ivalried at l�2,225f. 12s. The l�iiftba�pra of �*o Tirkels, one Red and one Black, are sure to gain a Prixe, which may be value 7,500f. 3,75W. 3,000f. &c. ice. &c. THE BINDLEY LIBRARY AND AUTOGRAPHS. t6 BE SOLD BY AUtrriON, By MR. EVANS, At his Hoiisc, No. 98, Pall-ma'll, THIS DAY, MONDAY, August 7, and TO-MORROW, August H, THE Fourth and Coiicliiilin!; HARP of ihp curious and extensive LiBKARY of the late JAMES J BINDLEY, Esq.; cuulaiuing a aiogular assemblage uf rare pid Poetry, Pageants, corinds Tracts'and Rarities iu every Deparlmeiit of Lileratnre'', also bis very curious and valua. ble Cutleciion of Attlographs. TRIAL OF MAJOR VaUTWKIGHT, Mli. fVOOLER, AND OTHERS. WARWICK ASSIZES, Thursday, Acq. 3. THE KING O. MAJOR CABTWRIQHT. WOOI.Ea, &C. This case, which has excited sowueb.puhlic interest, came on this day before the CriCV BAkOH and a Special Jury. From an early hour every gallery and bench within the Court House was occupied, and a jreal number of ladies and families of distiaclion were present. � About nine, the CniEr Bakon entered the Court, accom. ItaHiedas usual by Ihe Sheritf, and look his place on the Bench. The Defendants loon afterwards made llieir appear, ance, and Ihe venerable Major was' accommodated with a seat amongst Ihe BarrisUra. Amoii'gst those present we no. liced^Mr. WiHiams,M.P.^ Mr. ^r�i!be Palmer, M.P., both of whom accompanied the Defendnnta'into Court, and sat by them. Almost upht the moment when fbe case for Ibe pro. seculion was dosed, ttldDefeadanla hadotot decided upon the precise line of defeuce �hicb tliey ahonM ndopl. The Special J atf po etswBa'4l;eii called f�r, b ratiun nf Ihe facts w'^^^ 'hj; had uieiiiiuiied, ami, be rusted, that when the sl�teM|^pliW4v iirl to provide accommoitaliiui fochini amongst the Bar. rislers; and be alleged il vaa utecessary to him �� a De-feudant to be iu a place Where be conid lake miuuus uf what passi-d. The CllIKr Baron said, that niuch as be wished to extend iiiilulgeiice io Defendauts, o^d much as he cunsiilercil Ihe anxiety they should feel, stitl:he.c uld not help thinking the present request fur displaciits Ihe t^uusel a little uii- reasiiiiable.' Mr.-^Vooler intimated lhat he might be allotted a seat without much iuruminuding .these Geutlrmen ; hur4ie did not press the matirr further fiiirlh^ prraeul, aud aat down again in lhe�ilualinn heuccupieil before. Mr. Denman now said, tbatbehad the affiilavit to which be alluded. , The afUduvit being read by the.Clerk staled, lhat Mr, Charles Pearson, the depoueol,,, un cnmiug to Warwick, learned, with sume surprise, that Mr. Peech, a siiecial juror in tills cause, had never receiiied iiaummouB al'all to attend, with a view, as deponent believ�d,,V>f ^ejudicing the Defend, ant's cause. Sir. PrarsOii. immediately wrote In Mr. Peech, . and wriil to.his house, which was 15 miles from Norwich; aud aiioiber deponriil, named Simmuiis, delivered Ibe let. ler. An answer was rrceivrd froai^ ,Mr.. Peech, stating that he had rrcrived no anionMpp (o alieod as a Special Juror in this cause at the;.pretenl .Assizes, aud thai in consequence he would uot g({.e hIaaiietHiauce.. The deponent next applied Id Mr. Lef, tbe.Vynder.Sberiif. at Warwick, wbu wai unable la Kive him iB|iMwalioH mIo tbcwrviceuf the individual BommuusesVbatircttrhed him to Ibe officer tu iWnfcJ Ssbbilliij jjth i)iJ4li;lt�tthej-n�!Wtil��ic�-;!^^^ JrS^ n�^�iii- - tb�i Vitiv .ticcomr^ ^5M�f I ICT?��t baVinK: cjBwr^itt. ' ��v *^s4lfii ind Mceire!!llhfc;ii�. ^ft?ilj/deidi^,S��i!ig; ^^itjli offtbe. paaitel:ir<'lfi^j^^ Kr|p^i)blMu;�lteiidi as lie'wa* tt^ii,' v^^jtJ ^^t'llie^piicate MimmoiNirbiiOtwrtnt^.liSirn i^iSMi^hJMaired bJa atleiidaueeon r,ih� t.*A�ir'#tirjf,  I'here^waa atsp aiibth"'" obj'^tiuu.  llje'paf^y summoned livtd imJevi t.i.m I4'qr 15 mitea'flvils JtUWit, was served with tbe,.vi 'l. hiboured at lite s�m<-\4iiMC. under severe indispiwilio^,'., ^ he had been speaking to the lady the same murning, aud then asked to see Iter a|;ain. He said he would call at six in Ihe moruiug. Witness saw Sir. P. there with a chaise the inorn. ing before, and he had a letter, as he believed, fruiu Major Cartwrighl. Croti-txamintd-Sirs. Peech said her husband had gut summonses, but she did not say in what cause. The name of the King and Cartwrighl was never meniioned. Sir. Pearsun only said lie kuew Mr. Ptech had gut summonses, not ssible. Let \ �    ':ii*'^^f&^^^^Wv^]!'J^^- l("'�'>d of .objection^ which wm l(W'iS^|^^[^i^^tW''fd^it)^r of tife Crown Office. �tlinr.^t4k'^Jt:�ilttNtiV�0tt if you diuuse tu proceed t^-^iKlf?�|pSNiMJilk^^ ufiWctl to arguej Ihis^'lcouceiveitattrong grodnd,' for I ran ehalletiije a COnimmi Jury.. Under such cjrcuuisi�uce�, 1 submit the nnui uf thcwiuglliat aSprciat one is not anl>j>'cl lo ibe'siinic cliiillenge, lies with Ihe oilier side. Io ihe ease in .Strnnsa] uf ibe King r. JohnsoD,a challenge was made to the iipi ci.il Jury, un aecnuDl of the nnindiiferenry of the .Master of the Crown Offire, and it was alluxed. The �aine ilurlrine was Utd iluwii mure forcibly in a recent case in the KiUi^'a lleiH'h, ll Ir. Wuol.r for himself urged the same uhjertion. Hej sialid the cuudiict of-Ihe Marirr uf the Crown Office, reprehensible as he painted it to be io his uwu case, whirlr had been first nienlii>iied. At first this officer contenicit. hiinneif with using adiKcrelionury puwerof stribiiiguHt what iiauies be pleased, but when a bsi of strangers was presented III hiui, ineu, whom he did nut ^"ow, he biddy asserted his right lu pack a Jury aud make one of his own chuice. lie (>lr. W.) loudly protoled B.gainBt the gru.^s viidulion uf jw^-tire, wliieb, under Ibe passport of forms of'aws, woninicd: all right; hui be believed it was his inability in urging lliisj gieat point, and because he had nut intrusted it In a liar, rioter, that more allenlion was unt paid him by the Coiiri. It was ruled, that the Sfaster might use tiis di  whom you ought to address them. I cannot m.il  Judge, and caunot alter what has beeu duue iu the Court of Kiog'sl Bench. Sir, Wooler-My Lord, yon  are Judge here, and may control-- ^ .   CrngSLBAStmnriUy dat]^at^illdg& at KUi Print 4� hmiled and well defined. Mr. AVonler-I was using Ibis as part of my argument, lu show Ihe grooiids upon which I challenge Ihe array. We arc charged with a conspiracy against Ihe Goverument ; I was preparing to show the conspiracy uf Government again;! ns. If I establish this conspiracy against us, surely yuur Lordship will make an order- Chief Baron-I have before said, I can^make no order Sir. Wouler-Your Lurdship might very safely say that Ihe circumstances were such ynu felt yuurself ubiiged to malte an alle�atiun ill the Jury. Chief BabW-If 1 were to do so I should he impeach'd. Sir. Wooler Vaid, bis argument was nearly at an ead, ihoii|^h after what fell from the Court, he saw little hopes of surcfss; yet would he perscuere, to shew that if he was persecuted, it wuuld not be in the dark. He would sum up his argoinenls by saying, lhat after the Slasler nf Ibe Crown Office had struck the Grand Jury out of the array, then there remained bnl 56 names out of which to choose 4SI. His duty, therefore, could not be to select from a larger number a smaller une ; but by leaving out a few names, lu have the whole Paii-nel without selection. He concluded by entering his protesl against the proceeding, and reducing* the challenge to the Jury in writing. The Chief Baron overruled the objectioa, and desired Ihe trial to proceed. The Jurors were then again cilled, but still there were ? only four specials in attendance.   Talesmen were put into requisition, and uut of a great number of uames, the following answered :- John Hughes      Edw. Shuttleworth    James Leakia John Burman     Thomas Salt I, Burmao. John Worhrrry   Benjamin Huglies When Ihe book was handed to the Foreman, previous to being sworn. Sir. Wooler, rising up, said, " Will yon give me leave tu ask you one qeslioo?" Chief Baron-If you stateyour question I will put it. Mr. Wooler-Has Ihe Gentleman ever given or expressed any opiaion upuu the merits or demerits of this caee? Chief Baron-That, I think, he is nut obliged tu answer. The Juror, of his own accord, disclaimed having given any. Tlie same question was put to the other Jurors; but by command of the Court, they declined giving auyaoawer. Mr. Hughes, a talaman, was aboal to be sworn; Mr. Wooler-Pray, Mr. Hughes, will you indulge me in an answer to my question ? Chief Baron-Yes, I Ihink aa Mr. Hughes is notaSpecial Juror, he may answer. Mr. Wooler-Have you ever given any opiuion upon Ihe mi rils or demerits of this case? Juror-I have not. By Mr. Lewis-What profession are you ? Chief Baron-The Gentleman roust not answer that qncsliun. John Burman, the next Juror was asked the same question ; bnl hesitating to reply.- Sir. Wuoler said, 1 object to the Juryman, on account ofj bis incapacity, Mr. Clarke to the Juror-Have you �id at any lime whether these Uefeudants were or were nut guilty ? Sir. Wouler-Sir, ibatwas not my quesliuii to tkeGeat^e-; man. Sir. Clarke-I endeavoured Io give Ihe subslaare of it. Sir. Wooler_.My words were intelligibleruuugb.  To an ordinary uuderslaudiog they would* have cuoveyed my. meaning. Sir. Clarke-Sir, you forget to whom you address this language. Sir, Wooler-If I have spoken improperly I ant open �o the correction of the L,earned Judge. Sir, Clarke-My Lord shall decide, Tlie Juror disclaimed having given any opinion. Mr. Lewis-Do you undenland Ibe quealiou? Chief Baron-Mr. Lewii, you must be mote od joor guard. 1 runsider Ihe obsetvatiun, uithandsome and im* proper.   Sir. Wuulrr's meaning waa very .iatrlligible. After briBgjot< rrugated in the same way the olbwr Jurois were sworn, nod the cause commenced.    . Mr. Balgut opemd the pleadiogs.   The iadiclndit a   

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