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   British Press (Newspaper) - August 23, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Ndimker 5527. LONDON, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, !82p. Fkice ?d. THBAmB^ROYALi DnURYLANB. ^ttMj to thetormtr Airertitement, thi* Theatre is noxr opm for the last'perrormances of Mr. Kean, before hi* potitive departure for Amerfca. TO-MORRQW,;TIlURSDAy, A�gii�t 24. hi> Majesty*! Scfvintcwill perfonn the Play of A NEW WAY TO PAY old DEBTS. l.orri Lovell, Mr. Thompaon^ Sir Gil�-b Owprrcach, Mr. J.'-aii (bis lant appearance in llial clinractpr); Wellborn, Mr. KiisacK; Altwordi, Mr Raymond; Welltfo, Mr. Broinky; jusricc Greedy,, Mr. Gallic ;" Martin, Mr. Miinden. I^dy /llworih, Mri.i EgertoD; Margarel, Mr�. Edwin; Frotb', Mrs. Harlowe.-' - AflerirWeb ibe'Farre of ^^^^ Robin nengtibeadvlHK tV. H; Williams; Fratik, Mr. Tbnfnpstm^ Rattle, MKRuilsell.- Margery, Mrs. Harlowe; npUVjiMrsv:,TayInr<(lier first appearance on ibis Siagc). Bo**i pe�edfr �inbrrow:pnd Saturday. T^-niorraw hewillact jSJi: Gitrs OveriieacI?^ oo.Sa-lai^^dBy,.'H�dlet, iif.^Rposili�ely the last timesof his appearing in those" CliaractPfsr.jvlCbe Tlieatrip, in cdnseique.itce .of this arraii^einebi,'wili','nn't be oppn�l Ibis E*rqing%or'oi| Friday. Ilbe Tf3|;ei|y-Df piiiellu:is therefore poslponed uolil Monday next.    | ',      ,,v .�        , , �     .     . , FORTHE BEriitFlt OF MIIS. GIBBS.        ^ THEATRE-RbrAL; HAYMjARKET. IS EVEN INg.IVE dis! ESP A    Aug. 23. will'be' peVfn^ined (for the first time this season) Slieridan'a ComedyiW :. ,.' Sir Anthony Absolute, Mr. W. Farren (FOr that nigtit only, by ^prrmissijon of the Proprieirirs of the Theatre. Royal, ^oTeut-|:arde.n)4^Captain .Absolute, Mr. Jotirs; FaulklBiid, Mi;Vp ^K�>inl�Ie;.Acrc*, Mr. Lislon ; Sir Lucius O'TfigipT, !i)r, � Cunndrj ,Fag, Mr.; Barnard; David, Mr. J. Rnisejl. ]tIrs.!Ha|�prop, Mrs. Gibbs (first time, arid for lh4t niebt �nly); Lydia Languish, Mrs. Uardyn ; Jnlia, Wrs.C. Kem%.   , ,; , , , .    : III llie course of. t(ietEveniR{;,:B> Concerto on Ibe Pianoforte, by Mr. Glad8tanes,�i)pil of H. R. Bi^ihop, Ccq.j and Bfr.J.Ru�aell will sing "Maestra rasau Opera Sinper." . Ttt which will be added, the favourite Farce of X, Y, Z. , Csptain. Galliardi" Mr; Connor; Grubbleton, Mr. Wil-linmi:;'Nedity Bray, Jlri'Lialiin, who will introduce the Soap, of " Ah ! hide" yohr NoseRoscius Alldro�� (Brat time), Mr. Farley; Ralph Heiai^seed, Mr. J.Russell. Maria, Ml8s'i'lihei:elehrated Tale called THE VAMPIRE; Or, THE BRiOEiOF THE ISLES. ' Characters in the int.rodurluiy VisioH-r-The Vampire, Mr. T. P.Cooke; Ladv MarRarel, Mrs.\V. S. Chatlerlcy; Upda, lUits Love;'Ariel, Mi8S;Wurgm.8n. CJiaraclers \a the,Diatna-fiolbren, Mr. T. V. Cooke; Ronald, Mr. Barlley; Robert, Mr. Prarmau; MtSwill, Mr. Harley. Lady-Margaret, Mrs. W. S. Clialterlcy; Bridget, Mrs. Grove; tfiie^i^li^ Carew. To roiiciudeiwiih, 3d tioae, an entirely new Farce, in two acts, cniled WHANG FONG ;. Or, HOW REMARKABLE! . Marquis(le,:CiiatiUon, Air. T.,P. Cooke; Mr. Ijivemure, Mr. i'earman; Mr. Muruiur, Mr. Lancaster; Zeilrkiah I'erret, Mr. Wilkiostm ; Timothy, Mr. Harley. Airs. Ratli-laiiat, Mrs.Grove; Clara, Miss'Lo've; Su8au,,Mrs. Pindar {rrum. the iScaiburough Theairej Iter 3d �ppea(aDce 4in a Louilon stage). : Tiiespji'Ciout.'Saloon has beenagain tastefully filled up Willi a uew design, representing ail llhimiiiated Orienial Garden, and will be opened as usual ai Eight o'Cluck, fur ilie.sdmitlauce' of the Second Price, which commences at Nine.   -, Doors open at tlalfipast Six, and the Performance to begin at Seven.' , :    .    . fluxes, 5s. j Second Price, 8s -Pit, 3s.; Second Price, la. fid-Lower "GalleryvSs.; Second Price, Is -Upper Gal-ery, Is.; .Second Price,,6d;   - i'rivsle Buxa.may.Tbe 'faad'-nightly of Mr. .Sievenson, of wbani Places are lu br taken, at the Bux Office, SlranU Entrance,. frotA Ten'till Four. Tbe Vampire will'be rejiealed every evening till further notice.-.-      :�     ' ;   ' ^itoorrow. Patent Seasons, with Woman's Will. A new Operatic Drama, In three acls,.will be priiduced in � f w days. BI^HVS NEW I.01TERV, Free from Tricki-ry,Tiilricacj, and Cliicanery.     ^ , TBISH respeet/iiDv mqilaiotn tb^ Public he . baa coolrMted witfaiGnveriimenI for o-new {jiii^ry, ami he wuiild badeficieiit iu Ifaai-gralttude which, their, pa-ttiiiiage, fjir a luug series of ycars,�u justly deserves,, did he iii-l ovuil himself uf the up|>urturiily lo present them willi a >.rli<'Uie, whicbi funuovelly and. fainiess,,sbould stand unri-v�ll*d..'. Thai be,sliuuld.placethe:oiost favourable puint iii view lliAl winch lie had liimtelf planned, niiglil, prriiapa, iie rxpe uslruct >lhe Scheme as to be free from all tbe dissrnoful Iricks rciiorled In last Lullery-and having.potk lir ailvatiiage;ns will as i|(di�idua|.-interest must sincerely at lirnri, he invites an iinpectivnyiu the full cuniideiiceiul its uir r at ihuiie of any .ilber Office-beet>��;    ' 111 iliiViitilrryevi^yTiClcet'wili'be'pQl inlpihe Wbeel,-aud each Will decide its own fate, addmt pTHKR. ' � : ' Tictrt* iu'iSiii^M �re'�ejrii>|! by BISH, soleConlraclpr, >�>� 4, Cui tibill, and 9*, Charlug.cruM,'i>)ndon, tiud iysll llt'm liiecouitriictian'of Ibe-buttle it's Iu ib'eupeiiiug-was'li'lar^ur smalt ^ It wa* three vtfoiir -iiirtes'ii'jdei "     ' - iiitu ihewlt^nlcDuwfiruiDatty conttDli be-,fiiu rt|i^Mar�ialtt long-did'te'lfsiitalii lit IlirfiJiftfr;on1llt6fc ibt PrinfceWJ'HecooWuttt^tr^il^jSrX j?^rWf lo what use It was applied ? iwsf'er wat ta'6 uffenWire lorepeat). , ...V,,.".' Doea witness retneoiber beiof at iW-CdQ'treii,( of peoedic-tines at St. AUasio? ' Yes. '| -,1:'   "      - Does be remember seeing Ibe PriKeeJa at breakfasi there? Ye*.    � �    �     � = Dld'ihe Princeiibreakfast alonv,ir arUb'Bergamir With Der^aini.' �   Do'^s witness remember nby lh!ii{^;|iaSsing iDr.'being done tbere by Bergami ? NothiuK was. 4uwYbai witness reiaeni-bered.  " '   '  �    '-f^,       �'Q-. ' Where did w(tueaaqHltlheaer�iii�j#'Vlie iPrlpc^^^^ Pesaro. .       . ' ;"' " " HAW long sine*? n�reey^*i��8�f�'v''   ' '     ' When witness left the service of l|$^:Priiiees� %bere weiit he-?To Milan;- - ,>,.;^-:. . ' luto whdse seri^ice did h� �Bt�l4 '^^Itat' Erh^ Oidetcalchi. ^ . i- How vrciU'ofthfe or' fiv.e ^     i>fif!neuimieluW|ti)(wt 'Bm'etnber,'' hut'it'wss 1 luring Paris. -'Does witness; i-^melriHifr ttl^n fh^Fi-ih^eH:^iBs afNi^les, bergami lieitig out tin tmrsebtick ��M e^ili^'siid tW^riii-cess asking for him? He remember^,!! top'well. ' ' "' ' [TBe interpreter's^d,'ibai^'|i{u'^tt^i)^>ent\ in 'tdinihon either for Very well, or tou well. TKe liitei-{>reter liaidi that ibe Queen's Ai torney-Geneeal hatf - objected to :�be word #rappp yeste�4iy, and therfpre be diTered'thelWii.Jefiplaiilii 'tiods. Mr. Brouglianiaaiid; that hebad nbi 6i>j'c'le     .   .. ..rv^ Dli^ing the time that Bei^aini wntbul oil hprsebatli^ Idid Ibe Pi-iucbss inquire for biin? '.Ye*; ' [It was asked iiy Lord CkiiXINB at what liqetHiii bCf curred.' Lord LlTBBPOOL iiuawered, iu Nu'veoibef a|r''Oe-cember, 1.8I4'.]    t _ ! ^Oii the return of Qergaml from ridiAg.'did'Wilrieu'.cpai-roufclcate td Berga,Aii thai tbe Princess'wantMhiifi,? ^'Y�b. Was t.he Princess al Ibat (iiine above wiiTri'iii'her Ifirdi to'om? 'He'did noticnow, be was'betoilr in the ifdu'rl,' ----------    * ---------1-.1- ':;t' rtLi:; snmed (hat tl\e firsi question, as li> the'k'npwieiige of iSe 'witiiess', had been answered iA Ibe affirmaiiv^,' ' ' The Lono CilAW il' said, that Ibe-que'stion wa* pot as a leading one.   It ought lo be^   Did Bergami go up into her Bed-room ?" .... - -  Theiiu stion was at length pat-Where'did Bergami go? [The 'wjin^ was detailing, a conyrriaiiun Whl     '   ;    �   - � Lord ERMtiB said, that it.could bavtf'iiDi'MttnecIion whatever with the ease, if it pktly {irpt^etf ft4^ib-t^ moulb ofSergaroi witbodi ihepreseocfe oriheQn^Q.' The Lo;iD.CB&N(!ei.i.0H^ said, that it iii'igHI be evidence. Bul'that it miistbe gi^ii on qu'MltoMk iregAlarl^ pot.' WbereWeiit Bergami? T�>Hsbwbrdcfiii'" After emei:lng it what did be do' ?  Hiriihdl Ibie door�. Did he Inerely close Ibeni ?   Relock^ tbaiijv J Does witness recollect bow |oa{r Sergaini remained Ibere ? 'About Miree-ibarters orvWJl�lur . '  The Interpreter-Tbe witoess'baa'not gj�en'anyftijs*er, he has merely made a molitfli wbicb the SuKcilor.tieit;riil would be 8f'able �� give >i�ro*elf.-*-(l f towjyH*^,)" The wiiuess wasdescribing smroeibittg'witb'tbe paiiialootii, or trousers; 'I- want bim. lir. describe whU llial^ wdi-with ^cittney-^baw tltetrouseni werrpreparedrrirWbdl UeCdid witb the troiiaers-didhedo atiy lhiog;.w the :trdii�SW'�itblih liibdtkithrrbefutcor duriifg (ttelidta ibit moiioH wal^'gAiiie on ? t have uol teen i�. , "   ' ,� '^-jWai^ibi; ptitfliotf or;-Ur.tr  Alwava in the rnitie aUttt., ^ '      t. >: Vifciiiilon Tt beViig dbni in 'the pretence of the PriiifcMtf?'^ '-More ilian once. ' "� ' ' ' : ''  Wa)^Bei'gai>tfpre�enr�lii6?^Hew88.   -,   After the witness left Milaoi-he eiiieriid^into tbe servicetjl^ the itfarqiiis: where did b'e^'i^u?-Nd'aiksw^ Villa'driEsle w��on thebabk* o/ Cijmtii-didlb�wiln  Bergami alone?-Alone.   '        '' "' ' A Idoe;, or irilb other peii>|i>li'>-Usnally alone. The wliuitilM* said' thai be'liair seen betr inaay lime* nil tbelakeuf Camp: and be has,alio said that heba* *el fkif)lriii,� ttorte,    sbmeiMbi of that tdrl?-No. � ' Yen-Wvipr killed a hbtte at alt� No, lio. . You Devrr'Bfd iiiiybddy (hai yoii U'ad?-N�. ' Iflri'Brudghiitf-That WII dtf viry WU-(Ofder! Qr^ti '"fmiaiam ybiifh�vtte&�ri[l^Pi�i>'�^rvitc? fffiad Kitfri Sfid.perday. ''' ' ^ f '"Yotfdid not find it enongb,.and you went aw�yon that -arcouni? J left the service at Alaiitna ; ilniriig-tbe blockade � of Maiiliia I left the aervici?bf Geueral riiio. . \ I would a�k lb(/ witness whether at the secnnd table of the ; '(itie^ed's house at NsplrsSir WiIlianrGen's-sextant did nut > sit a|so?   I do not remember. ' ^Do you remember iinother English servant of Mr. Craven's, apolbei; of the .Gepllemrn uf her Royal Higbness's suite ? I il  not r'ernemher this. 'Had either of these two English Gentlemen English ser-vaViU at lili ill her RnyalHiehness's family?   They had. �' Eti^liih'servsots?   Yes, English'serrsuls, because tliey spnkeJBuglish. > . . " "WisVe'iliey. livkry servants, br servants unl of livery?- They d'nrltig the dsy, ihni meant rriry: day, did not wear livery, bu.t.wh^n there were great dinners; every day iu the �*^ek ihey did not wear livery, but during the gi^t diuners Tsarf (heiii with uniforms, with livery. ' Wif* it the duly if ihe ordinary livery servants of tile 'Wusrhold 10 wait on her Royal Hisfh'uess ? At table. ' Was it their duty to wait up her Rdyal Highness a| breakfast iB'themorniog alsft ?   No, Was'it not the duty of the iipper servants, including cuu-riiprs, sc> to .wait iipon brr RoyaI,Htgbness ?   Yes. ' Doeii be'know'Hierooyblont ?   Very well. Dues, the witness know Caitiera ?  Yes. Were'ibey conriers ?  They were couriers, because they 'ware the liVery-of couriers, and mounted a burse. In the.Queen's house at Naples, where did Wm. Austiu sleep? ' 1 do no! remember. '        ^ Wilt you swear that he did not sleep in the ntxlioom to iiel? Royal Highneii?   I cannot remember. What was Ihe room next hvr Kuysl Higbness's, a here she slept?   Tliere wa^ no other; 1 liavi: seen no other. Where'did Dr. Holland, lier Royal Higbness's physician, fleep?  I d'd not'remember. Will you, iwear that there was no passage by which her Royal Highness could enter Bergami's room wben be was confined with illness except through Ibis room where Hie witness slept ? "Tbe witness was saying something which did not apply 16 the qiiiMtiPn, when Mr. Broughain interrupted bim, and said, ^ We are not asking that; be is giving an answer lu a queslion which I did not ask, I submit tu yoor Lordships, if 1 atk a'witnets a question, that he i� not at liberty to "go on.apM�friDg;anotber^acitio&'.: TiieDBifurm praelide tt-^o Vay,/'ipa nut'ansiver the othei- qnestion.' But, my Lords, r will take Ibe whole ansVrcr if you please, if it has any thing la dij Willi the quediou.        " Was (here any other access. ioBergami'a bed-room from lUiti iif'ti^r Royal Higbnesii'a'excepl Ibal through the room where you slept ? I have seeu'ttut passage; I have out sceii any^iher. Will yon swear there was no other passage? The grand satudii. There waa a great .salouu, after which came the room uf her Royal Highness, after which tbere was a little corridor, and I have seen no oiber passage. Will you awear there was no other pasiaee?-I cannot swear; Icauuot say ; I bave seen no other than this; I cannot say any oilier but Ibis. Will yon swear that there was no other way by which any person going inlu Bergami's room could gu except Ihrough the c^bioei?-I cannot swear lha't (here is uo olber ; 1 have sieen but tliat; I have nut seen any, and I cauuot swear but* tu that alone. Will yoii swear tliattbere was no other way in which any person wishing to go from the Piincess's rouni could gu ix-ceptby jiassiug through the cabinet? ^^ Sir. Brougham here inteiropled the interpreter,when (here were several cries of " Order, order," aiid Mr. Bi-ousham said, yon see, mj Lords, be has put it '� passages." -1 ask, suppose ai person wi&hed lo. go from ihe Priueeas's room lo Bergami's room was there any utlit r way ef guing, of accom-pliahing ihdl purpose, except guing through Ihe cabinet? Your Lordship see he put it, was there any ullier passage ? .. Will you swear, that if a person wished lo go from Ihe Princess's room to Bergami's ruiiin, be ur nhe could not go ally ufher way than through the cabinet where you slept ? There waa another apartoieiit lo go into the room of Bergami. Wiihoiit passing through the cabinet where you slept? Yes;  ' � Where did Hieronymous sleep?   I do not remember. Where did Camera sleepT Camera was. not iu the service at lhat lime. Where did Sir Wm. Gell sleep?   I do not remember. You do not remember where Mr, Craven's servant slept either, 1 lake for granted?   I do nut i-emember. Where did Dumont sleep?   Idunutknuw. ' Where did the other liiaids sleep? 1 du nut know where the maids of the family slept. Was'it not a very severe accident which Bergami liiet wilb from the kick of Ibe horse? It was so severe that he could no longer go or stapd. Was it uol aoore severe than that-was it,not,so severe lhat be was confined lo bis ap.nrtinenl ? I cannot bare any knowledge of Ihe illness. ,        '   . Has the witness nolso mticb. knowledge of the illness that he was leken for the parpose of tbe .illness, and made lo bleep'f"r the first time in the cabinet next lo bim? Yes; Bergami tuld him lo put him IP bed, nud lu wait upon him. Did Bergami go out a walbipg?   l,cauitol know IhaL Pid yuu see him walk out as usual every day ? I do not remember. Will you swear that during bis illnes you ever saw him walk out once?   I du not remember. Did you ever go inio liis room during tbe time of his illness?   Iwailed upon biai. v Then'waiting upuu. him, did you frequently go into.his room?. Often. '   � Did yon fiud him then walking up and down Ibe room ? This I do not remember.       ' Wat he attended by any medical man ? I do not remember. ' Didj^u not see her Ruyaf Highness the Priiicess of Wale* going to the room' uf Hierunynfuiit lo aak after' bis health wlieii be>tob bad an accident wbicbCqufined'biiii ? 1 do nut rcinemher,     _ - ,    '      .' Haveyou not s^nber Royiil'Higbnes* go I'd Sir William Gell al�u, tu oak bow he'was'when-he ^Us confined' tu bia roum?-1 do not remember. '  Wtitii dot the ciioitantiiii'actlce'of heir Royal Highness lo gu bersejf iul^ the chamber of any one of bier ii'uite' wbu 'might liappeti lii beillj id pl'der'lp see after Ih'eir hcaltb aud ireatinebl^dairing that ill&elif^^i dp'iiot rem'einberi:'' You never happened tii be ill yoursrtf at Naples?-No. " Crd'b'er Riiyal HiiitBii)^^^^ 'iW^it'ltie- dpiier iiiiii tfai Iuw^Il'Wber i^ care she bad for tliem dttr.iitt|^ tlje'tinie of ili�iii"tic1tiwts? >IKi) -site Uiiike .�iiy;^ifit��ac� iii: t^^^^ ittti^tib'n'paid'tii*b�r I '�pper'scirn^^da llwiowc^'        lioiitefabht'ltt^^i; tlie The Snlii^ihur-Gcneral^" I ibrnk, my Lords, my Ltarit.-d Friend is aasupiiiig fails which du 4ii>l iipiiear at all in er ve aright 10 put it iiii  CbahcslCOr-* I sppreheitd thai Ihe question should he divided into two: llie wilne**should firsUja asked,  whether he kaeW nt anytime ofmeranymnus being HI?' aud thai ^ct establislii/d, he mighi be ao'ked, wfa^-'Iber shevfent into Hieronymdns's room." Mr; Brnngham-Yoor Lurdabi])* will prrmit me lo anji Ibal theqneslion is not asrespFClsHiereayinnua or as lo her Majrsly'a goiog into his room, but it is,wlieiln-r the wiine-a observed aiiy difference in Ibj^mode of her Royal Hig';-sess's treatment lo ihe upper of'l^wer servanir ? Were all ibe parties;, higb.aud low,^ of her .Miijesty'a soi't';-, with The exception at Bergami, alwayr'in perfeci lieilri 4pribip�'pleasure that he thou Id continue tobepreaen-.- The Lord Cbanisellor said, lie thought there w&� np objection lo Sir Wm.GeU's remaining iu the House, aubjt^'t lo the queslion of I he 'fii'ueia of hia being afterwards exadtiiif d as a wlmess^' tie tbuughl that their Lordships had acted ij^tdi Ihe suppusiliuu lhat the witnesses on both *ide:< were- tu withdraw daring tbe examination of others, except such as ibuuld be engaged pcnfesiioUally in Ihe'eate, and it Waa tii-lirely within their Lordships' discretipji, whether a itersuu present at any former part of the evidence should be ''after-warda examined himself, but i\ was exiremety desirable Ibaf the Counsel on bvtb'ridea^sbuuld know tbit arrangdbt'eat, lest Ihey sboujd b^^hadTerlrntly deprived of the benefil of any tHiiiibuny wb'icb It liiight ba for their advaiilage (u pruduM: � ' -"EirlGRfnr tBoai((it':H tdiieli Iic.tler that their L rda&ipa ahi>atdii unce by^tra^ainiie yuiliTe rate bu the to^jccf,   

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