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   British Press (Newspaper) - August 22, 1820, London, Middlesex                                5*} j _______........... THIS .EVE�^|@i?5BcBSO*#i='^>iWiR�4^^ Ewl of��!B�S|�ilfe*H?J!li^^ annv, Oft i:^KfM;:i:;^.��i-iit&M3.�r-^tii"<^;W!......... IloiBpur,''Mr.C.'Kem%le;,-5u-^Qlio.'fiit��a�(6rslilinte), e�i>tt^)^''lbifnr�fb^^'^ Fabio, MiU. RiiMell^ Pedrilloi Mr. Usion; ttAba^^ Mr, Wil��iiiif; ?l�oD,i|Vffi3Ci�rid'rV'Fe^^^^^ Baruiird. B�ilriicejrJWhi:JRealrtaBiy Loiriiii^MiJs l^iieif;"JuaiuiiV      ? BoKe�j;:5a:^Pt^B33i�;i!SiFirBt' Gal Wry, 2i.i^oBa Cal- Tlie Doora to be d)i�Dedat Six o'CIock,aod ibe PerlSffiii-*' t ri:el,i;^lr^WJk);n;^A^JFj^�^byi:Mr ^iv;w4.9fi!,QO(i,;.^a; ^bfiea- �gaiaf4aB,a.i       Ju'^ioSi iJ^Hif 'i^i'^ i'-'of-T si?: Ae u postiBleV-to |gji�i�niin ^ f*jl8tlhe�^��ed rn,^nclii>h < otoSETBAT JACK fBe.iisT.!; >J!e.�;i,i:!She .ertiifrf(e%jiW rfiWi- JBfirfes '^ionaimjajhej^^ jkchsm   ;Tliei,l�r*m;5Wi�^ The^ritishtidrawakea; He asfc^^^^ -'give him the BaK; They idrgradelbim}! :Tii^;CO^^ meat; %a|ipyheKrealV;Gonef8aiiiii^ -is :i;jj? ;   I^ndon'V �Pnnfetf for Wiiriam^ joDe, .Cinli5%tc.WII,!.Bq3 �olAb^anjl>iJpiA9Mfeini^ ;  Gbuiilry'Orcrera^ eiiqlosin;^ wilJJt^RpancJis^Hy.l ".execule;!,' sod Placar4s for (iobVsaiid-ahpp .wiBiJonleneioafrt. i "Cife*ii'^^-'fiyyiiewrae^^^^ iCliADSK, OUT-^F; TJHE;,B^^^ !QUBEN':'Far^ft|i'..:dLlt6,rtt,e^rCeq^^^ iwith'afpefreslierf ,       ,;, ' -^y^^^Bij. (T^iy j^^^ Hone!i.flne, Kiiir. Doors ipen%HaIf-paet Si?, anS thfr Performance, to be^ 8oxe8i,.Sa;^^)M�ftf Price. 5s.rrJ�itv^3�.^(Second.rPricci Is. oa--towerGBireryv2s.| Second.Pric((,'ls.--rUppe^ ?nrt,pubn�hed,,jwriMe,p, expre^ jearyVOmceritbttbe Revro^ ; ..dedicaiea to.be.CommiasionetsQf-ibe'^�cisei   ^> \ r ?, fTHHE   NEWPR/UJtlCAt   QAOGER, 1 Jp.;-^;!ip,onj au.jEaay^M Piaii, faiiaded'lon.'nti. pen and rulej cohUiiiiDg ie<'e)y; !:.UWi thevJboii.d^ ,,^,,,,BAWslD^��sJ�he�*iio4^^Si BT^or'SOLT>5 wilb yr^oi}s;P�yic,�s.;appAQpri�le for the approaehinfr.Goro. nalibw, by J. APi^tET,ONj at his Patent French aodEn^'T' lisbTLampiand Oil-IYarebo'nBei No^ 13, tadeate^jtiret'i ue�r-t. ;jPaul>,,(^establialiert tbiftyfive -yeara), ;and 8^ Frieads;nnd the P.iibjic; ttrgive iheir Urdera early^^ ds'thc' � Prifea^f' lIluniiuatioB ^Lanips, &c. must advaoce as the Co.ronsiUini.dr^^ i...-!-.;; ., �� - 'f' I N.B-]. A. will-sell Iltnniiuaiion Lamps (rfadyibr Use}' at tbis,l>me,, tpw.?rr than they-caa be Let for-wiiea'the' lllu--^ijaatio�,tal^e9,-ip|acei: .1 .-j ;n .-� ! J�Aib'ee8i.)raye to ibforro'his Friends aui) tlie Piiblib iif gefieral, that he has now on S:tle a iBrgeaasdrimeiitbC^ibe much-admired Wd^'improved iOheV Two, and Tbre^i|i);ht Patent Loinpfi, wliich are at this time so tniich in'iiseYo'r Lighting flalis^^Slaircasi^iij Diiiing.'ropma, Dirawln^.rboms, Gdnntio^JlionBe�,JjBifikiDe.house8,;PublicOffi^ Ghapels,. Ball-roo�is,> Public Places, ice. wbei-e' a britifant ; liBlittjs:- rr t improvM' FreDeh imps^ Laatres, Girandoles, aud Chimney-piece OrnamebU, of liie liewesl PalternB,'sibd'o'Da1ie lowest Teriiris^I^ateetan in^ii&ti6nliab4s to Lef,folp Balls.-^RbdlSjAsM I Lan>pB:>Bep8ired�-tDleabedi and Lacquered'; 'i^perniaceti' StJRREY�THEATi{& ^ Prince, Tle.ivftAsp�lwi?:asl6rr�qs%9i^ 1arivi;:;^ri^|Bpjiij|i^^ ,cv,  - ' -  -      {AftCTp�ibich�a(Gom isAI^DY, JANET, ANa>J4'H?EI^ To'whiBli fclliiibiS*i3ial>(tiiirti5|ime^^^ T'�g� Ri�eiiabli�lter5t;8hriuWJBlart-falid the'following^gfe^^^^^^^ '"of. obscr.-.We in Ifara nli.= No Vm^fi^M^^^M 1!A LM OF Gl ti^ilBi^Viek-mMlS^Si^^ taiion (ur a lone se'iJes <4'V^^ !SO)g(|!t�^^ tania, in Sicily. He<.,J^f!gged ileajIcLto smpplyiStrtRletnent-fwJHclH liatt �JS^>>l>.-i>i>.ii>C(^Sd3 migjiil>ibaye .been ;?�opppsed r toa 1baye^j^emal|^fd.^w^^^ 'thc^ fftc.Ct^jBS, 4bM.iJj}r(i.JlpU� at-:^aicexi$% bef XPUr^y; froa^ Jfila^ ;iaiiia the Queeii ipolc iuta> lKr^�ervi.i:e twd1Ge.|>l^lIteu^w^ bad;|8eryedviD- t{ie,yjBdiiur^^^^ |Gl^n. .jRrb^iC)t|anjif^^^ :A,u^uata,^'n;Sidtyi; ^Q^ripgjl]l$r;,reai.dt>oce^8t \4^^ ^procuredfor^Ber^imi thW-Oriier of M Abe, arrivfd ,|^t ^Augusbaj, ^^^;t; sjitisfied witii;?ibavi(i|f^.rai8�d bUiiylfrpm; 'anj'o^ciii^ dignity fprocuri ______^ ;^l^^mi,, aiid.i^yer. ajher^be^w^s.]^^^ ' Princeskof mira, uidaai be,pi^t>(lLer rcBspn^assij^n ^iuuKfamiluiriiy, ufUje^ei^aleu^af wbieljilbii^^^ nowisMi^ced tbeiV tor^blpsV^"D thst;il}y^JUiSitiine-.^'^^n^^^^ Ib'atjto adultero^ itween tbe Princess and.B'erKHmt. At Augfista or Catfiriiai-. be^.kne|r; pu)^f,�jlii<:h, ^|be|^Pj;bi4lt)es^J!b^ dalenv w4tb.,�fiiaiq8iderabTei4^^ cbtid Victartbe.;^dBergaQii%i�ig.iiUro.d^^ ^ before stated; J^foVAusWjf tteWn��W��C^ her uite^oif Tnnia,ffad: p^^ pJBCe)>^,i�rii(fgsb6;^?ib Sljjfeirjfl|^^ q�U�**.pola�Sif ftr ,t*ei voyage,  ffwaf bece�8�||VforMnfetp,;j|^^^ lo- ibearrangemepl^';i9ade,|pr-.jUe:accpnimp^^^^ 3eslx.an^S!Mt�;wkP�!?i flCllMK^ cm ' buBrd therewerev^.slj^piug;:ap,a.rtBieii!8,v-connectei|,-;hy � 'doora., witjh.-ythe-.ropiii'-to. beused.; fpr! diuiag,;;,iai(i'. oat fbc! I^e.-Princm.aiid lhe.rdining< rnoiB bad anoiber door which led lb, a passage, in which w,ere; the ,4ppr4j of t.lbe; sleeping #paj'l,nienl� of ibe, jrest of 'the' suite.  For a few nighia Befgam&faparlineiit. wa* at   distan.ce^fri^in Jbat of; thesPriaiLess^', Biit,'aq ^a|Verji|ioil waii ^ade: ,pne pf.tjie. t�;o.,dour�i:Wblci).:<�(nmtinicat$d aod,!�!t8tpiacedJn.siicb^^^^ lion ip/lbe,rgo|n_tb�l^-�hen Jbedporjip^ was open, she tiiS BergamL could.lee and caDv.craewi.ib^eacb otifer.wbilejthey layap; tftein^^ mnibed to the room of the Princess was Ihepugbthi.slecpiBg-aparljnent of Bergapii; .In ber vuya|^f(P)p A^igH^'f-IPrTaPMi . it .firould be pruviul Ab^;;lhe;4uorHpf:the .eUiog..c^^   w;as . shpt.afiertbey,.retired, tp rest, andribAW.no.iPue.carDtjil have i BcoetS! to,t|je; apartment :of,tbe:iPi>^^^ Here agaiii their Lordsfaips would; perceive that.upifprm ,j arrangement, ,he inigbl qall it,-by-;W;bicb;the;apartm;.Dl4ofj ' Bergami and the Princies's werealw.ayi^tiudelocom^^ and.by �hicb.copimupination...;Was sbwt out i menia pf.rthe,test^f;tbejauitei, BBtjBotiPa inents cbntiguons-if lie had made binu'elf intelngible-lp. their I.^rUshipstbeyjWpuldseei.that>it^ei'dp^ cess's apartment'cuiild .'not bavttb^^^penmlbput allowing, ; the parties free coainiuniralip.n,tP;8e^aMd^^ ptlierJn.bcd.,^lL,�fas imppssibleitpiAi^igu .aiiypjlier cause, for this, than the ciiuse which he bad already menliousd.. Tbey.egited.Xb>Ta,i)isiiU'th.e:ppUcre.^;:A:P!n^^T to piticB. ~ llere,agaii^:it wa8'.'iiec.e8eary;to jp.bserve .thcvarr raiigemenfs which were made'{fur:sleeping..: l few ap.arlj^.plsr^;;T�^^ only Would be used as bed.roam8,':in 'one of wiiicb^iuc. -Ma-v jeslyslepi iyitlUhg;#ild;^|ctoripe^Atli^^^^^^ by.the t:^(^Al'es^jp4!.Pidi;aiid^ �r, one of (lie morniuj^s, at a v,ery eartj^l;aW,:Bw^|nr..i^ . to eutrrtlie.PriuGess'a apartment' Ippg^befurfiSh^     J.^ud, a^ WW usual,,in, pther placeiij>Berga any resirainl or notice; be passed into t.be room, and Temajned ' therefor a.c.piuiderable ti^ fshe reqitire.the aiYendance of Bergfmi?^(M:5ii!bat-purpuK^ could bis.presence be neceasaryi!*^^ ^wba1eyer,rauk^Bl)e.|q[iight h^^^ into herbe^.rypin under sucli-^qrcn.imiaBcejti^^^n^^  that she badVaiseil/ him;frun)-,obsc^^^^ . had prncpir.ed foj:;bin) tjl'ies,ani^^ these were uiot enough to satisfy the tmndspfjith.eir^liU.r^^^^^ , of the, prppriety,.o|2idp!iittiiig h I perb^ps^be/aii^uif^^^^^^ reileratipnifilfjiisslgj^^^ .^discover the continued series^pf^^^^ . nutofail, to, draw ,(lie'^a.ncl,PUO^>(^^^^ teruus iPtercpjjrse^wliibh.e^^^ iBergamiw,^^iiptber fad ces8:.visiied, Sa;vuuqifAr^;Saii^^^^^ a'alfiJ^ppU Jfajft u(r pbisi^ S^yoii.a,,ppj,the,,ag^|lj;j^^^^^^ ,Lprd- Chaiicellor, 1be^::AttprlleJr: Gtrae^ m'm'A � %\MW'tbh-\-.-------, ^jjitei"; iftdJ B8W^'t?BteSfeWe1:l5^^B^^^^ �y*�^itoi�rf *�(�:aiK(li**8^ ,   , bAMi�wirti&fedatfa'tfi�i5ijj3<&a� ifc!l......       .,________ i SW�4 ^hjtdidJftfe'.hiWtlclttjbtiffftl >ySecMi-�''� ' iw�be-'-f*miti4rftJJpf ^thftV iirti^cdnrSH ^Mr'WXM -rediued ber^oyal^Hig^irst: to Ibe 1 ^Vel 4lf'bft*'�^^ i acttlaBy^'preveoVed biiif fi�im%he*iiig bei^^^ 'viMi|^tdb)^a�othepperatio8ib'p�rsPna6f h '�W'rak'^ noiihuf|fpfii�elfi ibifl takeir'*!)^^^^^ ^rp(tiiAtKeBK;tiPr"it6y8i Hi^hnm^praceede'd by wafbrCbii- ' atkiitinbple^o'Epbesiia;^ He^e'she wdgred a bedf�fbe>taceilV jojiderifaVvestibple Itrsffbnt of iatfrnrclij' 8hSHnl;"by irew';^' jBwSlsbSshecbmitianded dipner'td beWrved{%ttf ihVW^^ itfier beiPg'estrcniBly''hOl sfie^ctirea to^^ iby^*eslib�Ie jpoieiJBereami itesseen^oifliPgfi^M Iliev^tt jwiiabrd^Rd io b�'served ttpfbr tlie Princni^ iTbiWfwaaa^'traveliiVg bediherei^on^Whicb the Princes3*w'a8*l reposinj! Jjcnialh a tettf, aud'witbiri tb�i feiit^BpiTiaiiii ha* ; IremaineitKConsiderabletinie'^wiilf her'aftei'X^^^ iHSJti'Wmoveif.'-Froro'EpheSBiP the'PriiiCe��'#eiif:i|p-AUmr; ia.'8yr!a,aud':bere Bcl^ipi WAstreated with^lhi^ at�b^r,bed>ndein>'&i9'shirt >iIeeTe�;<.d He;; was afterward   aecD '.comrni;r frpm � the �-Jetit,;iii 4ii�ba.biHe.^. W ieiidance wiibi,iti jier4teitl,-'.)wby::4id< slui-not command her < 'JadieS;Of-.liouniiE, to �wa.itjupoit^her^dnring the timeof ber repose.! .^oliLwas, Bergami,amlsBergami-aloni.wboiiiabe jcbpsel.p altepd;.pn,he!e in . ti^t som'e.furHiir, evidence wpold be necessary to ^ubstantiaieVher gnilti But IP |1iicbei*'i|oJlld�ayj a^ heJiadbefprei> that' tbirwas not aii insnlgfediaot, bMt-formed, part-jofa Jmis-cbnoected aeries, allv4if,.wbicb r.lpgether went- IOi>prpve< tiie :2! Npi-�0����n=.wpuld;adrait:aIman idisucbcfairaijjitri.ly, to whom; sbei-bid not.previously-cod-tede^iihe' lasit. fay,our,'andilbis deduclioo-miglitwitb more' justi/c^.bej^ntw.M bere:l.han,inttheiCBses.,pf�nliuary slife, for berie |be.wo9i9.nwas,a.pTincess-r-.lhe;manj,a domestic raised by berfavpurrfrom bia menialai^patioii,, eveP. to the dignity Of .aiBim>n.v:Frpm Aurn~ber;Royaf Higbncss^^w lem^,pnd berenot'satisfied-iwitb: t.be l^aours :previpusly:be. � (Ipwed'up'uu bim,she'oblained for BergamitheOrder of St. Sepulchcey Reri'iipyalr^Higbness subsfqnenlly^ inatiiuled an PrdMofMighthboitberBelfi^cajiedlhe Ti!i'i(xhe d.i�rri.buted ai^pngtj ^^pmesj;!!^^^ Ber- mji;itth(!,  ex|s(en,ce..:of-:lbat. disgraceful tend- humiliating passion, whi.rn, bad given .(bi^^Bergami SO: pnw'erfutranlu-fluepcepyerthemindof^lbe Priocess,80 that from, this time they had Bergami K^uiglilo/Malta, Knight of thCiOrderof St.SepuJcbre,Grand MMtec of .ih^^ Order of Saint fCaroline,-a:nd,BarnB JQelia/Prancina bad not. tpp. ~iriucii,;disgnsled ' tbeir - Lordships,-.be ^.shduld, with;, their .permission,, .relate .one other, which ttf-iiianded,v,tbeif , parlicular. allenlion.; .The PripcesB . and i|erjaml.embafked ,a'l,Ja^a for;,^ Finding it; inconve- . liientafter embarkatipU; tp.regnaiu in tbecabin-of the vesset,^ hWltbyal Highuenscaused a lent to be raisird on the.decb, and .a, spfabedaleiadto be-placed in J t for her accommodation.. Vnde^ .tbe.fame canopy, but nilliPUl.-any pBrtiliqnj;a sofa was also prepared for Bergami'. During the day the curtain, of the tent was raised fur the,-purpose of:admitting the. air, , hot-at,oigbt it..rW3s..'let idowo so-as. to. exclude the vi^w,,^f the sailors, :and persona iia her Royal ..Higboess's, attendance. ^. ,The CurlMn , was :alsu ' opcasibnaliy. let .,ddwu after;dinneF./nr the same purpose, wbife the Princess and Bergami remained within the-'teiiti' Wilhip, this teut they slept'nigbt.aftcr night ontil,the arrival' of i.heyessel^in.iialy. ,,At tbisi period of time; if'the.least spark of female delicacy fhad remained, on ,ber MaieslyV mind, it would have b^en daily taiiutedwilh'lbe^sense of >tbe acts, im.p^|jriety,:aud indecururo.tu whichsliesubmilted;lier.i -self, iforitdidappeBrlhatshe bad thrown, e'ff all restraint and delicacy, and all pretensions tplt;. It wunld~!ie proved :thatdurfag ibe voyage, on oiie occasion, she had a baih by. : her cbinmaiid prepved ipr her, iot6~ which she bad euler^d accompauied by-Bergami alone.'- After'that fact, courd.afiy iiian bayeadoubtodhK^rhd of the ci-imiaal nature of Ibe :.iplercoPrse existing between tbem; tbdiigii it nriight besiip-pbsed that ihere might btisomuch vjriueinGxed fu the mind 1. oi^anindividual,IIiat two persons of differeiit'eexe^ cdii lil sleep togellier without- any eriiBinaliiy ' liavuiV occurred; yet  iseeing'that sucU a- series' of constant faiiiilia'rity .iand iiiibe-' uiiij^wrp^iK^tfaatiit tbVlF^    of aucita cire^nIn^^�hc^^^ ;:1|MnipoCmdicPl�r sfi^ Vif her Rayat:,Higfinefq!:we^ indided ta iudnlge a Cs> i SamiSel Bioom6e|dIVHofBe iFerry  V5Ligbt?BtueVvNn^^55&, PTli(meBiG��ingtdni"i-^eslmiPMM-sGreeB;.^ (5JameB?Ei�iua-i ii�*iVSVJE9tmins vPfler ^Bsiipl: J*iiw*efii*6r^ Bei.jaiiii* odalibuforBlefp|(ri5^ ?y|bfethjtj.pft;UH!5 pr^ .jCesa prbvedr'tl&t two j^^^^ _In:any;flrdij!aR^:Clis^^ ,,conyince;tjre;parlisaw|^^ wel^e�4^I,dcclde,-JU^a^ a^pltei^i had Ijeed committea-OT that night at. least. If tbey.,heard jif a. ct^seMi�rhi h�t;p:jbp;helm^^   Jlie .CiffUUi^lapfie of l^ofp^rspM^t baviugsleptiinitat-lhesame tune, what iafer^uce wpuhjbe. drawn, or,coiildbedrawn,JjuWh8t,adul,te/3F,ha^ beeucq'm-r '    '�^;wl}�>4hf >r.,L�>f diiUip�i'^uf ^Jbst tiiitJar^ fact�s -   t.il9f: Jjpa'rd^M'atsi^ ?tbeirLdr PPtd'.forutlbfirb*^^^^ 'eyid�;ti;G|^i>Ht:^i^^nld.ept;i^^^ bbejpfpyed before Ibemf;that shp had,ibrpugbout Ih'eTd^ge Uccujjii^ :tbersiMfUui the: ,lbaisj�pmKP:iC9uj;^;tt55 Hjeogageii'herself :in^^^ ' pJHse in M^^^^^^.B^ beriabe�ift}� *er .'JflSj Irtti'r  im&Mia^ Bergami, wiidse'-p^ce it*, wiii ip riceivcVi't,';went-(b .IbiV pt-rson's .cliambeV. ;He W'aaBdt iirer'e;'(iiitMn'ti,s^ tiinejie .saw hint cbmiiii^ iif'bT�'shi(1,'';and''rp6cf?^ cAainftre,'bnl of the HriHceis's ;chainHer tpiiis pV"- ,:H�v(*)'e, A'liprney.General) asl^ed hiiw iit.''lia''d hippene^^ 'wlteii all llie'ptifrf .'miimiwi*'of Ifii! family' were at res'i, he siipiiij be seen cdining itf'Ibat uiiHrriis froiii his ' mistress's room 7 Ob-aervini; (^t' ibe.c'irciim'sta^^^ by Ihe courier, 'an'Ur,biBihi| lipsiroo's of inaitijig toidhini that be Uaii!bea'rd tiis child .cry, aii'd hail gone to- qoit-l licr, and ttie i^pxi'iiidr'ning hedfitredlbecodrirr to say nolhinj; about it; 'But the^ f��''(orribly strnck 1 the mad, and Ihe iu-fer'eitce frb'oi i( Was piaiii.,^ B'r^m'.'h-^^ cobte out of ifie Printisi's ropni ,at that- upsipaaiioable hour, llieit' chambers also being sepiiraieil from'Ifidse of the rrst of Ibe family, hbw 'was the bccuiircnce li> he accounltd for, except by ihe Biippdsition that a rrlminal inlercolirse existed br-tweiin iheiH^ This fact alone wo-jld be sufficient to couVirt a woman in an ordinary iite. No reason.cdnid be assigned for Bergami's conduct On the* occasion, but tlial'whichJie had been so bfleu obliged to sidle tulheir Lp'rdsliips^.' Afler a short time the Princess visiled a place Which had since been purchased dt her expense fur Bfrgami, andio ibis be parlicularly wished Ip direcl iheir,, Lur4ls|)ip3' ailciiiion. -. It was called the Villa. Bergan'ijpr Baroiia. Nut cmilt-nted with havine'preyiuusly lavisb'ed on liini' lilies and honours, lie finally Ihduglit proper Ipexpeiid several IIm pounds 'frdmher own funds in Ib'epilr'cliaseoftbisestaleror him near Milab. Pedpledb not in^K'^.ifeifiilact williput reasuMir motive, and there was noa'saignable Snptlve or reason for l.he Priiicess'a conduct, but One p'lily.   Her Royal HighneBs resided for soinetirae at that plaee, add dbring a icariiivai which was held Ihfte, he was inslructed to say that Ihe,most scandalous and disgracefiir'scenes occurred, akd   it Would appear that tlie' li6J�e io'whirh the Piincesa of IValesi resided, riesrrved  rather tlie'name of  a common brothel ttiari ;of a palace.' It was freqilenled by peraVns not correBpon'Jing lo her station aiidraiib, who prppeily maintained Iheir diguily,'and woulil feel Ihemsrives bononreil by iier patrbiiage, but by persons of ihe lowest class.- Tbe scenes .whicTi'ibc^irred there he'wpdjd not mention did :^:D9t'i!ddsr|entious)y believe jbal they had pnsised wilh her ''Maje,8ly*s knowledite; were it otherwise bis Learned Friend* mighl   justly object,    "Yon   are   nut to accbiie our iliUsliripuS client of  Irnnsaclions   which  bad oircnrred in '/her  kitchen,  pr elsewhere,  out of her   notice.**- But he believed thai these disgraceful scenes .look place with her knowledjje and'apprPbalipd. rather than r.�a'ivea her disapproval on .her discpver'ing them.  This undoubtedly would sb^w  that   tbe' iufitience   at-quire ked, be sufSrieut and decisive evidence of the existence of a criminal intercourse, in Bcase such as those usually brought bt-rorua'Cotirt where tbe condition of Ihe parlies was equal, or nearly so ; and if sucji were ihe fact, wait it not still more au.in her Majesty's case; because wiien her Majesty, by her uwu eom-mand; was left alone at niidnighl with a man ao Very laurb berinferior, what was ihe inference, butlhal it was in order that they might pass the remainder of tbe night togeiher'? In the same year her Majesty and her suite proceeded to ,Carlsrahe.  There the saiae arrangi'menls were made re-spectinz llie Queen's and Bergami's ^apartments,  wliich he BO frequently .described at oilier pfxces.    ~A   room called tia. 10, was apprdplated  lo'  her iVIajrsty,   No. 11 was used.^fur another purpose,   and  No.  12 was' assigned'to'Bergami.  There Were doors opening from both No. 10 and, No. 13 iu'No.' II-Brrg^imi's room might be entered easily fiOm her Majtsly's Ibruirsh No. i t, and vice versa. At Carlsruhe her Majesty was one day surpristd Billing on Bei-ganii's bed, wilK'her airni round bis iirck; she was difCOveird in this sitiiatiun by a fi male iervani brinaiiig witer 10 Ihe basin, jrhd'webl in nut knowing Ibat ihere wus any person in the rouni.   Here again he should, pdStI.e question, how was her'Majesty'a ionucenV:e reconciliiible wilit siicb familiarity?  Bu'twjiat was most material to be attend-. ed to, iiv thai-bed there'w'as afterwards found, a cloak belonging to her Majesty, "wbicli she was afterwaids seeu'id wwr, afterwards marks also were discovered by bnepfthe serva'nls inlliebed, wbicb witlidut bis explaining left no doubt of what bad occurred4berei  Thoje marks, the cloak found iu his bed, the'posidre iii wbidi she was fuuiip silling there, he asked, conld their Lorde'bi'ps epirrtaio any doubt of the cii-m^dal terms oil which tHey'sldoid after t^ese facts.  Their Lprdsbips\wbuld th'ns'aisttse.' ibefoice of other parts of the, caie J this guilty'passTuowoiiid explaio'all ibe li.euoiBtancfs of tbe case, which'wpuld bthfrwise be iHexplicabtc.   What -else cbuld expliiin k'tiiaii's being admilleJ lo be present while a woman went into a bath J transaclipns subh as he had oar-rated bp bpard the pplabre; and Jasljy, Ibe silualion iu the -robm'af Carlsruhe ?  A^aiu all tVeae facta wei-e eliar tvi-deiice of an adulierbus inlerroiise.   From Culsrulie htr Majesty Plaited-^(LordEilenUol^i^V'g'' desired lo kiio� tl.e dateOi-He^MajeSi jset ,dut" lb ~ pasijjhrougb ihe Tyrol Ibe begiriningpf FebriiaV}^l817, so thaiv'litr, arrival ni CarU-ruhe-fell about ijje end' of Febroaiy.tor llie brginniug uf March. 'FrbVb'CMrlsruiie^    visited fieuoj in the fiiat in- ,, 'attmCej aiid'then'Trtestei where a iicw. carriage was pbr-chised for ber nse; 'Slie^was. at 'l^riesle biH a few days TWtfen bbservalidnsL'iyeire'm^^^ bi-il and s!ce(iing-iuom. ,r.Ll.t :_Li:;i 'iL'iJi;.'',-_:i-', farge one lo cuuiaiii,-l�'p;, 's apji'timrul was ye'ry nrar. ......'elbat uiarkii'wVre Stcn'uii. lh4f�'^(e';;l%f�pf:1'w'^J^^^^ there .log'eihVn   ' [ that. Ber^amVs'b'idndW^^ look to, hnyc Iji'en sl'f pt >'n at aifl _ �Tl(e#is&Hai.d bapfc^^ 'her Mnj^^sly's room also had the ' aiibeairauCe of hWving'b^^ two persons.  TbcieaUd ^  was libiiiied'what]ilia else, lb4t tlij:. � Quee'n'radd Btrgami'sfa au^ tU^ihat pmbp'oaiySras in.sucb a situation as to liav_e , access lb h
                            

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