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   British Press (Newspaper) - August 9, 1820, London, Middlesex                                THE-4*j|Wie are most t-ii^ctfHtlv l(�rl>/l�^e^ I^6, \V^l?ESO*t^AuguH 0, r.�. il.e,BENEn,t oC, MUS MA*Or�?�iti;�.eOM.,e.ly of ^     ; * Ttm CONSTAN r COUPLE; Ot,J|>lacea     ibe Boitea ia be talc^vt lif Mr ^asnagfaani, �1 a?The&trc.    " '  ^ "    r : ' 't'o-mtnroTr^.'Pig^oDg and Graws-^A {tolond fur.an piiv^ 0� S^iHto, iWt^rehmedy^''^sH�d'Excbau^e no U 1�-' THEATRfc-KOTAl., XttGLWDPEBA-flOt^C, ff^HIS EyENI?rifi,^EDNfiSDAY, Ang. 9. JL   wjljlleperfor^iiied (fit'st lime), a new RoWEnlic Mclo-drsmBj IK Uire?t>*i^<'<'^'""'cd on tbe celebratedXale called , TffEVAUtPlRCr ~ ,rT^;l2�. , J Tbe LIFE ortADXvBtlSSELEj by.ihejEaijOr^tllBd.., dn iieffaud'a LtWera^ wrth Utters from'l#dy .Rcu^f ai)d ft�m'tiidy' Roip�)lj.A^^K _________^.�!!!.'..... �^�e^3flK)u jlif^^ttcb, a ^1 c(blinn9ii oran,iia;b. , , Ah.yVnLitXH-Yon are *- Mr. VViLHAjis-rf ain �ur�iyan Iw�sj�nui/ci,viUo,xoq. ^ Thomac Gn�lJ^^1llw tli� ^toolfe iiaiid. ' (Kfdlfe�^lli4 Jni-y oti, ihk irtbjettfott^ frojB) u�oeca4ioa irhicb rnive'i'?*^! �nRt�4. 4o Iw VnjtkV in o-^lHiSfio. ' �l< fUfi^vitii t.tanj'iftftiV.fniB<}�' l�a*�3l!aj?d.' �B-Wo�Td not ihiml^ I' �h4i*�%ibwayibil'��ha'niit�rirlhj? Itr^^ed^in btHlfrcto-H different^ ^Ihefifcc of li-Sifrety itwas'attfii KiF'AltOrney Gelieratorttie Btiiti^ Attuniey-General, Miffth nainif*-Euttipc, fWrtifhoseWiHddfaibtf' fn.ro the frfirt �iid 1rit|�o�tati� beii�allytiii^ht.b�W 6��^a1lJw�i ' mi�,c^cdv5tt3i;*t.TJbe:conttnsionor^JJiq, -IJqncerti wi 11 sueo^ed?,As;brifl%iH,;^pb9 of tiWtror^s,    ' Jii^Dora iHenKleTj trheit- Uadai9e>.|lji^uti:^ S;sSsii** jr�**i�liBaB �r�re,VtUl�ehb^<^^�tirprt�iB^ Evoltf-^ *ionS otr^h�^�Bbt.BMPW�PAFAN and CO'beg learstvrDfprm lhe;:jPublsr,that-t|fe{r.Manafactoryist>oiT at No. ?00, FJeetrRtB?e�Jiii^rJieHiVTruSBes ate biKhly approved of by-tbe mqs^-eipilieptj: S|irgeonf/jn town and country, and. recommendedr4^.':^9Dat;of'.tbelr grent,aitd'uiiifurro.presv-5i�re Hii*lea�tjdoiibt.there .wjll be ttacarcity liefuretiiejS^lb'of tin*:: M�nlh:(Aiieii�l),.>on.which day the Lotierjf toWimcbeeB 'and.finii)hes.-!TjUire.are tio C^atm, all Atofe?jf-JK?n*gv;nctor, as in furintt>LMte�eii;: �&ry liamber;p�t into the � VPJieel,^ so ihatweryiTictetisnllAcidei^s town. fate,.i and nt�: (ither>.^ Thirty .yrjze�. A'T;>fimJ30thV the' Neir Lottery will be WEBB. ^wck-BrtkeiS, 9. Cornhill, wishes ^yr� the PaHio^.tb^eiijKr the present I>rtt�rjr.:'-ltr1ia�rflo( one nbjectionabte point. It � the %elWkoowu:itrntK ntJ^Wiff'fltifiJNG.'Snd CO;f that; Jliey can-advocate tbfe �jiiVc e^^ nUi'.j^ "orBi^rltti* ifiBiTi'rodHslt'n alHhai6�:iterj*qi�lr�i; lo-prtVeiWnbfels rralljr iH&irirSf best iMeil^r^   Ibe PoWic' Opty�e��0 TtOfeUt ytt ^f�*��^WJ!e� of' fSQ.OOO 1 3i)tijfMiJi:ii(Sft^^H'n|f-*�t�i5srerfPri�eJ - _ No -fcia^Mt^!        Snrnber-deiJideiJ-sepanili-ly! No���nrjp-��^��k�i* 8rbrtn�^3t'j^ Bxy X>u�>r*!��4Jli:f^ �M�^^yi^tei >Tei^,.^l| *y^g�d! '-g ' log  root tiate faoftoit hiH, wlirt!*,____ _ '       NIsrpRj[OS.--JASftlULT.- ^ i '    RICH8t slarr, lb'ni{du tliisDCCasion,furgetting'lii'sown trhnraclcr' land the (empcrnfliis profession, he lind struck a blow ivhUh' j brought blood from theidnuth oflhejPlaintiiT, and ldoRert'^'d :-one oFliJs teel'fa. Ifillic Dt-fendant hnd polled such a boy by' tlieeArs-, or lateen him' by the coat, no complaint could hav? ;b'een.nfadr; but to'have deprived n boy ofsnch an age' oT a' itonth wasa most serious injury.   .4nd what offence had the' ^-PlatntiiF comraltted? ''Nuue that'hnd the- least iirof pro-, ',babilily..   He could.tell no reasonable provocation; bnt" sucli as had beeit assigned he would state totliem. ""It was .Dtiiliing but.'^ioni6/on/tfrp�8f.'" Snrtlythirewasnolbin^ -.irreligious, nothing ludecoroos, noHiing-oJiensive in that.-' iThe music had struck-up "God idea-tAe /Bnq," and .tlie boy, spiriied' up by the music,^nd feeling the pre--i valbng-impreoBion of the time^ bad cried out."'XaiH&ton .\forever-f   The'Clerfeyman-(who once ; had belonged -to ! tht profeiision rof which he was an unworthy meinber)^' fgraeedAviiG-htsdanonical robes, bad-thought proper to'stop j the mouth'hf the boy ffilh'iltafist.v'.P/iiiv^-a clergyman ought i tO/liBvefonod IeC different .mode of slofiping the mouth of a" .boyof 14. Theold lawsiiid, "a toot^'fbtAtdbtb, hii eye-^foraneye.'^'^^did'nat'Wisb them lognr^'tbat. - He shonld . be very 8orry'3o-ilud thc'^'R^.Oentiemaa^litdered to lose a' ^teotb.-: Bee#en.:a�fced*^6amenchat lesstbaifHUiy gentleman, f.wontd gtve akitb^^^vaMof s.-IODth: If Ibe boy hsd'liten nn-l  .|teEation,liad. left ilip church beforei .-'Mir. Buo^Sham.-^My learned friend-1 beg his pardon, tberlearotilT'S^ijfaul-^'iuust.Tecullect.that we have no cou-gregation tit'evidencc.)..,; ~ .- � Mr.S ^^�.�^�.�-.��-�fe.'-.'!--.':.^-^^ ..... , 'M'. JnsCicc Sir, if you,answer so again I commit ypB.    t. ^ ' ;i'...)lrofts4ed :ry.t0baveeiigiiged; Itlrbamv-ahd.anotbeF OieiSnig tlironcbuiit' i^ve'been UlvcktMr i^VfiieiiMcupiid^t -i-Londoff, an Jiewasof ai�^4' llliiTacttOTi^^ rriwrued- "ni^re was �i^eep Hush iii his cbeeki wfiile b � Lordship addressed him ,      ' - _ jE Niitt.De- ' WttQess-rrl aip;ai^an,. . wiWttairf �)ircw. eDMlltfwancefiir'tlie Ucen^? , tAile I ^ve il(e4itHi<(uc1�f^ firsttomske^rjlarjl siw^ Bli^OUporKinityi^f II ^ sGioiiBidf iiuv.Mg^tnjiired aiiy.p^rton. Those who knew-the' Def^ndani'.best^'J best the triilbiir-t obnrvativn:: Thtfsebeliiiad the curfain must bavebeeitd'raappotntcd'^t the; openingtor his- Leamedtl'rj^nli, Mr. Se�rleIt,''who4e candour, temper!iQice,-:and'prop'riety,di'd hlm'in'S'iiii^^^^ cre- dit; Youn^^er friendsi-who-bad re|^orBliAlt.i iR�k, idtunld fa:lv#' bt-ctneniployed'onthia'occasiiniifoTthey'wouldhavespol^pn for Ihemselve;. � A hiwycr'ofgretit rank and �I'eputaiiop'.hail been, asked ifa certain young ltii)rver"badiiutlQadeaguoil speech, .aiid replied, "0'.yes,''a'ca(iitalspecch-"-^*'Butit sHeined ni>t much to theipurpow."-�'.Tothe'pifrpo8f!'God bless you, a ybung lawyers|douldlearrio theirownDodirstaniiing.ubscr-;vatiou, and know)edi;6'Of life, which wodld'represent it better than hondredanf mcit-w'esvers'and woul-cumhers, such, as had been put.-jnlo tbe.lnni on the present occasion.   There was no leKul-^evideuce 'that litetoutfa wa�;really lost.  The i^itne$s arationi' ' Ju8ticc'pa{t^liaid,'tbat herrmembrredthe Defendant argnibg-fccase in tfife'Eidg^s 6ench whenbe ([hw Lordship) was.�:8tiidr�ti.'^nd'4t wa#'36 years since tlewas'at' Jhe'ttar;' Hel�d^bx]l'the hbWiir^oriirnowing 'Mrrt^^ thati.-ahstacitAaiotaitcft..''''The Jnry \roo1d'^ive;iemjirrate-damagesvnot-as s pdaubinenl apoar^tfifr-DefendaiU^bii(:ai( a' f4n>-rei9uneration*to;thfi^laintiff.-pa^atjaffilO^'      �? Sia :HED.WOaTU:3FIp]>t^l4SQM^:tr^'WATTBEW9.     DABLiHci-roN; ^-Two -^Jieeial'Jiiryj^^case�;jocchpieilH'>e>*^t'r,o Tb^y fwere acUoiW4i^l;e8pas*lD^de(ermii>^ibe^rigbli'lit one �xai�1a n quay,' iiiilhe.�ihei' to a' ni^rrowpiece of. land by the' road side.' ^:M^ Brougbnni 'trav^df ~the'^^tl�f<9dattt .itt liotb^ tiffs.   * '   - '--^^f, .CROWN !SIDfe.^T.EjRJORY:iwAoBD8E 4. :, Jn�iM-Cita;of�ji?gpdie7* Utefl t>d was atone in the house on the fatal: SSth. urAuinst., The honse Wa� on fire; tbe neiehboitrn,-alarraed; found-Tsabetla Young untouched by the firei'andevidently.miirjeced by blow* inflicted on hvr head.,-Every-ewrtiOH was pade^lo deleft Ibe murr derers. A reward of 100 gmneas was.ujSered; but none was ev^n accused of thpcrime till last y;e&rj four years after toe eveiil, when John EdeufJamesWdlf^and George Wolfe, were accused, tried, and the two firstciinvicted, and < sentenced to he executed tn MonJayi iht'I0ili 6C Arigiist.^ E^^^ was in tbe Durham miiitta m the .year -1816; on the 24lh of August thev'hUrl'.lcft-Hernlllrd Castler; abd on the 26lh, on Saturdav, Ihey arriveiSt/th'eir-desIirtatiOn-TJew-castle. Eden was along nrtli'hisreeimentalf tbis.ttme . Eden had occOpird a room in'.ttie same hnnie'wi.tb Lincoln inSon^ derlanU,toryears befiir^that p�riod|i aitd there ttiey lived for .two years afle^ Edeir;iiad:,left-.the milltia. . .fTbey were well aqquninied,and greaFfrttinds,..Liiiceja hadbren al that time a manner in tfieWilliam land: JVIaryjiD coasting, trader, of which, in the latter end of 18I^i Ik,became master. In December,. 1818, Lincola was:in .the,^0(khouBe,- and then he cave.the inforination.on .which Ej^il^'.wasrComiDitted., The Informatioh he gave then, and llie.tiiridence. hega.ve'at tlie trial was, in effect,1hat�n4^onday,tht^28lh, theevening pre-ceding-thedreadfnl murder, Eden came into Lincoln's room balf'tipsy, and with his hatturn�drt6:tnie'iiiae of tiis bead| end both urged Lincoln tpjuiabTqiiniid.expressed!his:owii resolution to get MissJSmflbV Btoti^y''iglipKey,aad'loj�ill.any person,'man or woman, lliatcowld^Ltfa'llo'wed to livr, cAuvict him-iii. a coiivt ,of jusirce^'^; R�f..lbi8-ffe�|d�    waff Liocpln' now.charged with perjury.-\, "t.'.^ii':;...;;: .. ".......... . Miich lime wasoccopied in'proylii/f^lheevidencegiven l�y Liiiculn at Edeu's trial; Two' dlsliojff- Jiroofs of its false^ hohdwere then gone into ;Mt|.3pist.j)[iiii.coln was in bis Jibuse. in Suuderlaiidi at'fire .Vdock lb: the. evening of the 28th Augiiaj, i�15'v ��d,2d,tV�V Eden wasiiipfthen.-. John Eden, whom we Isaw lakt war in the dock,.chareed,. wilb ntunler, while. Lnlcoln; in. the j#jiutsii;ln�x gave evf, ileiicc of Iris, ^niivderniis desien^i w.atr.puw called: into the .iviiurss-hox to Rive eVidence.agatot'lirnciirit,'who stood in ibe^ dock .cbBrgcd:willi.witful:BniV.f  He then 8 Mrs. Eiteii cj)utr(idicteri:p*rt8pflbe Piy^pnetjsilatemenf,. 1'he advjertisements aiid rewarjJ8 werejMitjn cvWeiice as.; probabl^oiotivestonbe alleged.pej3�ry.;Jt,waaa Ibnt Lincdln hadjVafler Eden>.j:opviclio\ii been-anxions IP get Ibe reward adverlisfd,     ,     ,   ^ ^   ^ Mr. Klti-tiAMs addressed,the.Jjir^^^ lyir. Justice BaVLKY summed up, and cjiargcd^the Jorv.^ .af^cry great:le(iglli.V Tlicjuryrear^^ returned With a vcVdictof ?%iV/jr ' ' '^li      '   ;   T! His Lordship then rpse andaddrejsei) the p/i�^nep W j *Tfie''cha^g4?M^n�v^tifcS'5B^ tbeviryliighMt en&MUiy. JrBff'lhf'�e�rteitt:e�oflfae4�Wv ,*een^Vcn"M qpoa^fCb�(d:.W^^^^ 'aiiJ. j)/4Ufe, '/Ae on/jT ene!:)-TUTs, is, - ceutlcineu, a. conduct" which sliews you, that no. sail is so dry and anpromi8iii�, but lh dignily of one or the power sf theollier,and to press upon him the treaiiptnt practised to-wards.her.Majesiy when �he was first married, and puraaed w)ih the same spirit-ever sinc^-to nrge the full recrim^a. lion, which public investigation might produce; and,if,^n> derail .thrseicircumstancet, to weigh well, whether it were prudent, to- agitate in public so momentous a. qdrstion-!-C^eor., �Ac/>;-.)-^ven if Ministers, had failed in-this, they, cliuuld.siill. have addrrssed their Royal Masleri:8nd eaid, ' It. ynur^Mnjesly will .enforce the question onus, as a qucsiion.uf., state, we.most confess, under its yccutiar circumstances,, we cannot see us interest jn 8Ut:h a ppmt of view.^.Tbc Queen :ba8 gone to reside ro foreign parls^ . whatever- Iter, couduct -might have- been there, susprci-fA as .11,1?^ It cannot affect the sjiccesaion to the Throne; if;her.M.^e8ty .was. negtectedj and. if no sufficient care .was taken to guide bcrin.that path of cojtjugaT duly, which un^-.iler.happier;.circtimstances might havebeen practised-some . pity.ib alill due to her condition-some allowance, shpuldbe ma.lefor.injulledr feelings and wpunded pride; bat.tosnmup ali-(he.cuoiiuct of her Majesty, as: it.is. represented itii us to, b?, should .not. h^. brought .before the-'ParliamenKat. all.': : Did,.Mmi9ler8 thus addressihcirSdvereJgn ? Did they nbate, or f ndeavonr to abate those feelings of :their.Royal .Alaster,-,which., pn>vioi)3 reports imbltteredj .and'perhaps i.perplf xed �. Noi. the .Vlinisters did iia such thing {Applause). rlfthf. inwne.-(^iate.a�cosa:iion;preferred  One Would havages of ciydeuce, was added:-r.While in tbe. present case,ber Majesty has to meet charges for a period of six years; during which the made many journles to various, conutriips,. where spifS be.ut-i her, or those who appearfd ss.r -/ri'eodsbetrayed her; and has not been furnished eilhecwitb. a list of tlie witnesses against hrr, or the places in -which. ihey charge her witb improper couduet^(/fear, ieoir)^ But extraordinary as this proceeding.is,, having been, bit-fore the House of Lords,  ap investigation having ai- -.1-.!. pitpon to'ar4 a� a 'l.iidgi;,,^aniaiot {et.'^y?fceli�g4 as^ jjnvenl'sie'deiifg tlSstate tliBt.jj��liCB,.whicb evesy'oalional 'question ^lemauds from one of. the represenialives .of tlie people-(Cftrerj) -I say that Just ice demands, beoiise if the -charges are proved, however, (Hificult Ihe la-ifc to decide on the particnlar liardaliip uf ihe case-however uiiforlonale . it may be that ihe Qnc.en should be degraded in ihe age in which we live, and tliroughout Europe-slill 1 hope I shall do my duly in Ihts case as well as 1 should do it in- ' auy other that similarly comes befuit me-(toad cheering.) .Miirh has b^en said at Viuioiis limes of her Majesly being made the tool, of fucliou ; but no such disposiliun, Genilr. men, can be charged on.you or me. Jt has been also said, tbat^he Ftieuds of llie Queen bade her appeallo Ihe peu-p,l� in the slreels-hut such a rolunioy. carries �ich il its own refutation. The friends of h.er Mnjesty have aulfd a different part. Bnl, Genlltnien, if there .-jre persons existing wlio incited her Majesly to ibis measure, or i,n former measures, and su incited her,fur the uurp'os.e of promoting iheir oWu iuleresis, ^nd after,that found iI best t.o become the panders lo tti^^ir own pasfsions for place or p.^usioo-if the defeijders of Ihe Queen became the accusers of ihe King; -{Cheers)-'anil llien talked oriionour and of conscience-if onelalksof never being a public accuser, while he is one of Ihe adiisers of a public'prosecution-and another talks of bringing Ihe inipartialily of a judge to'the decision of x . question in which he is one of the prosecutors-it souieAnen � 1h> took up her cause are now ready to cundomn her, anil � preclude her. from the coinmun advantages necessary loa. � fait trial-if, 1 say.'sndi men exist, so far from approving of, or assimilating my line uf conduct lo theirs,^! shall al-w.ays consider. Ihem^.as the basest and.vilest of mankind-, -{Chens)-I am afraid. Gentlemen, 1 have alreaily Iron-bled, you loo long, and. therefore 1 shall now conclude by thanking yon most, sincerely for the manner in which you, have been pleased'to honour me.' I shall propose lo you- . '�' Prosperity to Ibe County of Huulingilon." ' "After iWs toost, which was drunk wilb three times throe, ih'd bdud played Hearts'of OaK. "Mr. 1, B. R.poPER briefly addreped the meeting. I rise, G,rallemeo, to propose a toast which will he grateful to us alii'antl *liich I am-sore you will all drink wiib appljTiise.' '.^'ilhoot ^r.lher preface, then; and as 1 kno� nothing froiji me-c6i;i,d add lo (he Noble Lord's characlir asa'Membrr of '^'rli'amenl, a man, a landlord, a neigbboui'','&ud a frie'nd-. ati'^;�l)Oseeoades^eiision to ua is not to be mct,by praise- I'shan give yon- "'Oiir Noble Chairman, the determined PiUriot, iind the lib,eral Lavjillnrd." ^-^ ;     - , ^|/]r(i'SbNDE8 rose to return thanks, and said-^Gentlemen^   sprrj that Bis .HajfSly's Ministers did not so alter tli^ir liui, of conduct 'as to get my 'supporl-(.^p/)/aiiie) and;T think our cV"""'y received a fresh disgnii e from'their late, palitical' proceedings. ' I glotjt, Genilemei,. til .'bting a Wbji:-an' indepeodeal Whig-[CHe'ers)-n;t'l if^a'a AdniinialV'aiio'n, though composed of my dearest aud, best fri!�nds, acted. as] the Tories have,. I would as WritjjjoualVj'jipppse them ail dp ihe present Government. |'jip/wnt^ii.J^i aiq acti�aie--i-i-i-�''t'- .i':---.-l-;i'-'.--i-'-'-.�^*'-*;-''-i     � �:bargev%^i,!ijp,^ nn 10)MilitatiOSv�l I hPlong, dr' - � to�eelJ^:: haps iMS^ otiCbntoioK . .Je;Fr}fend'ba�(bTOV�fl'oiiit lie'of^PariiiitheSt-taLvihibfi y^W6w^|?:^'Te^^-   y. itllpMibisterS; bnl per-.!^iii}fiia in ihe'Hpuiie   ... ilSbb'jo; Ba^'a�;it;'ftffi^^^ f^lieoili'^.: it?TOlli>ifirtf, � - = oVer^ir'er. niej''iffil-V   

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