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   British Press (Newspaper) - August 26, 1820, London, Middlesex                                . frf. '� .T.:-.M.....rrrr Price 7d, o|ien for (lie. iMt ipcrfoi-maneet oMtfe. �-Kearii-^'t^Rt'r^ bia' poailivfedepartiiie for America ' TH4SvEVENING. SATURDAY, Anp. 26.; 'eecly of ', ' ,.' "i'.' V CTautliuK, l?,in|f of,,DfpmBr^, A^i; PphjbII ; BflrpJft, Mr i ITiai); PpIn^i!^s^n]r:iVIanflfa;- lAerl^V^Mrw.JrJfrtfs; Ho-riilio, Mr.tiionipion ; ^Adsl of'Hainle^>K.7nl.MrvMr. Pope.i Gertrude, Qiie^.�5,flf,Pfjnfnafk,,ft}jr8.,ggvrjDfI;,OpheJi^ Miss; . , ..;,Aftnr,? heFBrpe.of. Ol^.DpHy,i4U.^oj�^(?o;,!9Tndqs;:Mr�iRyRiKn; G Mf. Thoii)piOD;i , �hfMiss'Cubitlv Ghnrloil?, Mtf). EHwin,,^        ,,,,,,".       ,j    ,...    ,. , ..       . ; BoJies,?^;; Second Pao?, 3s.; ed,.i-Pit, ZK.:6i>. Sifcond; T>rice,\iB.r-TLoKPC Oalffry�,2si..jS^cpni4: Pricey, Ja^Vvff* Gallrry,'     ^cond l�n(!e, 6jl. '    Tlie. Doors iijilj 6e, K o'qloflc. The B >a}'SiF^BeptieiL..:. :.. r ; On M^'dsyiblbelloVoihe'ilo, MriKean-waK'TheVj^^ ^^'hn "k^^j Tow^"'MjdCoiintry: Reuben Glenroy, Mr. Kean-with-Past Ten o'GlucJti-' THEATRE-ROXALy^HAVMARe'ET. fTlHIS EVENING-, �ATURDA^, Au^. 26, Jl     will be performed tlie favourite Conjedy of PIGEONS ANb CRO^S Sir Peter PiKwit^gin,,Mr..Listen ; Capt:PigiTiegIht alias Keville, Mr. Joiiesr,: Mr.> lUiiz,-Mr. Wiiiiartis } Mr: tV'add, Mr. Farley; Mr. Blpn Jly� Miss Carewr.  To conclude wilh an Apolo'y for a. Procession, and a Gianil FinalH^ byall thecliaracii-rs of-the Ruglisb Opera-house. To coi>cIude with, 4!b^time, an entirely new Faroe, in two acUi, called. WHAKG EONG; Ot^ HOW: REMARKABLE I Maiqitisde Clialilloiii .Mr. Ti H; Coojie; Mr. Lnvemnre, Mr. Ronbolham ; Mr. Murmur, Mr. Lancaster ; Zedekiah IViiet, Mr. Wilkinson; T.imo;th.  Mrs. RaJlU lallat, HrBitJrpve.; Claia, Mi!ial,oye;-Sus�u, Mrs. Piiidar frniiui ihie Souboruueh Theatre, her 4tb appearance oil a Umdon stage). The spacioiis. Saloon has been again taslrfnily filte^ up wilii a irnv^ �Iesigii,~ representing 8tt IHiimtnaieit (')rieri|al ffBiden, ami will benpeiied as usual at Ei^hl o'eiilt'k, for ihe admittauce bf the Sicoud Price, wliTcll cumiii'eiices a,t Nine. Doors'open at lUlf-past Siitj and (he Performance to b?. -gill at Sevrit. " . Private Boxes may be had nightly of Mr. Stevenson, of whom Places are to be taken, at the Boi GiHcc, Strand Eii. trance, fioin Ten till roiir. Oil. Monday, The Blind ^i;y-Patent Seasoiis-^nd The ! A new OReratic Drama, in tbr^e acts, wl|l he produced rarly in ntxl weik." ,   ^ WrREY THEATRE. IHlSHYENtliNG. SAl UKDAVi August 26, Kjli'be presented a Comic Dance', calfrJ ,      ; THE WATERMEN. >After wb'ieW {I28lhlime)i the popular Romance of THE HteART OF .VIIU-LQTftlAN ; ; oh, ttii^LiLY oP .st.' le6nari)'s. John, riiiTie , Ii{S|rav.as!watic Burlett� of J^ARL^WM yjt?4X; ORj A l?ArnWM4WErUR0I?0SEDi Stage Matiagfir* Mfi Bengjiugl); I'alcli,- the Anifaiir, Mf. Fitz�'t.4l)!ii>k;: itefKnuin, IWr. WyfllU -Columbine, Miss Co()sl3ii.(J:;; 1J;c4),        E. Pjit,   , Boxes, 4^.-Pit, 2s,.^Gnllery,, la. ; Dnurs 9peii.-al .H�lfVH?Xt Five, begin at: Half.past-Six. H'!lf-|CA�e.a�.Kili-p95tii?IRlH. .    - Uii Thurs/l^yptriU, hei tipxfnceil ah entirely ne^r-'Hrond (. uin;c CurjKtlHv' (lallgd i>'p|) rine/:! ur: 'llbe, HorrarS:of/ the I'lir/'M.       .....,      -.. .        -      .        : .. .:   � tStiiLiTfiXLL, IxMDoii, iAco'iisT 2*. HE COMMIITJSE for LETimeVife _     rllT^   lANtoS   will  ^iel,"at   G.(.|.lffiu  on tWE*NCSD4ir,. the- ^Slh ,(aV of" September at Twelve n'Clock at Noon, to SEW:. by i*UBI,IC AtiCTlON 1 the OFFICE ,>i:PXACl5.of one of t|ie"t^o'iir" t)]StO)S,'ond � PftUlT TflETllRScff'the' City of Lohdio, vacant,by the death pfjMr,. Jnlm Nash: - ' - '^e^Partirnlariiand^Ciindilidnsof Sale may be seen (jn application at the Cumptrnller!* Oi]|ce, Guildbslli * � �    ' ........iOS. BUSH NAN; Comptroller^. MR OWEN'S PLAN, AT the stiggesiion/-�l.. several Ertenjlfj to, ihef A*- SyslSm, M*. M�!DIE wi)k ajl Ihe fDlJnwJng,liinrSiamI S .places, rejteat the.. FIRST. Dl^SERTATiOJij preyiou*:to i . |{rocevdiiig. wtt)) thp/otjier Dtscui!rHe�i which w|U bede-: 'livered inimmediate sucrestnn :-< �� ri;^ :-* v.At. :MI,TCHGjUL?S.: ASSBMBV^'ROOMi B<�-�m6ttlli.; Btreet, -LrncolnV Inn fields,. �m THUas^D4V' NEXT,; ^ugost 3(. at Hairjiaat Spven iik tN Evening, precisely M Ibe WEl^Alb TAVE^ Atoj.'S (fEAD, Nn.'^rCATEATON-STRenT,; City, on WE^JTESbAY, SeplAraber �, at TwtlveJNmMt,: .-prefciselv. � :.�        " ! � �� .-�    ..j'^ii: At^the PDtTENEV RQOns, No. 4*, BREWER-' SrrlJCET, G�Meii,fq5inre, p� THURSDAY, SejHcmber'7, i 'at T*et*e JToo^jjirs^^ely.    r AdntiiSton, ObeShilliifg^TickelBto be had.Bt:tbe:dif-gfcrentR^otkriiv-. .. i.; -   .   : r. ,       n "> The First Disselrlqlfon cai)si|it8of ancxpnsltion'ofithe.irne canses of the presentdistress,aMd of thedeclinennd ducnfall qfrnatiuns. l|i. f.ibe Series; practical meanaare . pninted opt for enpblwg the Ipbouriog classesimmedialelyi and w.bile-tbey remauiatlbeir'present employments, torrap . some of the principal-advantagea which may ibe-derived from Mr. Owen's System; ineasuies are already taking for fprmiug an As.^pciAtT^-~ lEUV V�ILL>Bfc DRAWN ALL iN ONE DAY. WEBB, Stock-B/oker, 9,. Comhill, wishw [Wm tliei l^nltltc' to ��tVernse wiih-�iJ�'ntion the ^beme.oj tliK {ire((ent'l.dtt*ty. "It ba^ilM'One idij*Ftionifl�lev>?�!�fv^^ �^ (oi.iaiiisa virv small number of TickWH (ortl^ 5j|iOB),_^ye: thfre areTVl Vl'tv^e at 20,0001. �(�I 28 bflW Capitals--llm luwest IVizt-a tfe/.Vflhd'Att'ifrSerlinjf Money.   Em^^ ed iii Eai^aod iii' J^rtly-;l817. " He conlioiVed/in. ana Eoglan'd tillPebi^iSfi ISIS,  it,vfoujd;be a.eeiTby  . , ference to proccedtpra \i?Iiic^ place in tlie Court, of CIiatiieryjthiVfie'mnst*aVebeett;jri Eiiglajid in lyjsircli l8fj;8, -...x.*-i^..u-^:L--L_- ......... this. lbsei&ci^ltioh the esamrnsttotl mlgllF miik� <�l ,'-b�cait� he admitted that,it was an irregular coiif^Q(i)fmceediog ;';bitt hf..n.t)�� .l)ad>| of;� i|tat^4&tt:iiibich-hid.been ' roaflereHtecUnff      9|tpJ>fi^U0'> *�">ltP>nlUicipriuls, whitih was most unfoniided.'  It had been r^rrsciited that he bail Te.rexam/^eil M�occihi.pt.;canse(^n0ni$|ofst(-jetteriwhixiC'the deposi-: jiiPj{7s,it>ade,byrthempsi,respci:tBb|e.;*.i&rtii^s.ou. .9!t^n:tlie^Hduct of the LawO%_ersof ibe.erowivi); tlie,�e;iap/Bepdiplf�. T|ip. E^icl oCivtiiderd? e Uid,i thatc^st nff: their Lord-jSlHWllft'l offered fromJ te mi�rep*eB^t�iI(in�of Ibe, press. 'l�'lAetftrPBr�?enMi�"b,h'S'fa�*tly, uf  '^^^^^=^:v'-^\!~ .-^" :'I!be;I>irdiei�ucellor,i:Tidj'!tB8(?i*|foni�-.re�ie�r of "what; bad been dune yeBferday,-he!fboilg1it� itbat oittmeofecBsieti '  applieation,:it would'be'ncv'estary for tbeir t^ordships to give It more consideration: tban-'tliey bestowed on'il'^es-. le^day;As to the: pMblicaiionr'of' the press,' it Wasdif-.fifcult'tp' decide-now.: on what Ougbr fo be done.  Perhaps, the best way would be to let the'tubjeet alone for (be'pre-^nfjand take it intoGonsideration:au> afulure opporltinlty. Wiihrespect to the pubhcation named by the NoMe1. nily were at Scannoiia. A'. No; I. went before with the baggag[e, Q. WoshealBarona^ A. Yes.   >  : > % Q. Before Uie time when he went on Ihe voyage, had be any opportunities of seeing lEe IVinctss and Bergami lo-gether^t the villa d'Est^'the.'villa Vlllani, and at Barona.- A. Before: tbe voyage thejrrficfd'btpossesa Barona. Q. Then at Villani dnd d'Este had; be any opporinnities of seeing them together.-A. Yes. Q. How did they conduct themselves to each ofher. Dr. Lushinglonaubmitted, tbst the qpeslioii ought to be more cpiiBned-^to-parliculmra.- �  . ^ Mr. Brougham 'saidi'ibat the argitmeot of. his Learned EiiSndwais, thatit was not so much a leading question as a summary one, instead of leading to the statement of- particular facts, it called for an opinion or, judgment on the whole oflhe.m. Mr- Park said that it wa� a proper qiiestion. The Lore)-Chancellor said that iher<^ wa.s no donbtenter-talned by tjiose who were" around bims^s to the propriety of the question, . Q. On liiese orcasipps how did the Princess and Bergami conduct themselves to each other?   A. They were arm inarm. Q. Has witness seen that more than, once ? A. Many times, (i. Did witness ever see them tpgether, in the kitchen at the villa d'Esie?' A. Yea.  recojl^^^^ "SPfBlflSjI^eing '? BeigwPi!? bed.rooni. "A. ldt>V .'^ -:      ^ 9,JVi;i!?j liffleqf .ibp: .4; Mim.pr. bflif- uaiitVuine. ,    "  � V . .'. -   .'�:�, �  /    ' '-� � � ii.'Had; the PfioceiiS gbt up at tbit tim^. jl. 1 don't know..    ' ,..---':'. -'.y- �-"::::';::,-� -i.-' �      ..:'�- . Q.'^PWjH'VRn'Pm.'''!?^,^^^ A V weiit'tp ..carry ,a.f.ug ft^rJ^^^ a: 0*i:jMr|^it.qf.%r^roXBj t^B TOoiijof. ilis JjiJ.hatt upif^r. b/R:Mpa|Icl)�J!iesist�cl(iu*s,aiid.dra*fr*. bad Mipp'c'rs o'o'.      . .:,..:. Dp }pp.r.e!^eg|)ber at.B8rojia:any;bam beingrgiven bjf Ihe, Frjnccse?   I do.       1       ...... ; 1 ...     : . What soHj uf.Aeftp'f went to Ihesa balls'.. The people of the neighbourhood'-the people of Iqw and middle,rank.; C<< examined byMr. Brougham. When did yvu.i:omBio Ibis coanlry? When tbey brought me here. . .When was that ? . About, eight or ippe days ago'. Where frere JfoM before?   Witli my master-iVlioisJie?   Tbf Alar^HiSjC^uesa. i How long |rave you been,in Ins service? I have been with ' hiWi near three years. U,heii,were yon examined fi^ft, ip this btlsiucsB?   About,' $2 01-23 months ago. Was it at Milan?   tes. Who examined you at! Milan? A map called (be Advopate ; Monradi. .Ul^o else examined you ?  Ihree or four gentlemen. Have you ever seen fhese gei^tlemru stncf:?   Yes, I bitve seen oneof,lhem- �     '     ' Did you go to the Advocate Monc^d^s yourself, 01- were you introduced? They sent, for me, saying they wanted to speak (o me, and I weiil. ' Was 11 at ibal tim^you agreed to come here ? . Yes. Havcyou ever seen them since?   Yes, I ^aye�een twonf Ihem, ni� Advoci^re Aloocftdi, and the otJiet Gentleman whom I kiiew.   '     :     . ,   What waS'lbe name of that Gentleman ?   Colonel Brown. 0. 'Vi^as it Colonel Brown who s^ent for yoti-   A^ Yes. Q. Hpw do you know Colonel Brown.   A. Because I saw bini at tbe Advocate''s, and thir Advorate lives near my house. Do.you mean at >tjilan,   A. Yes. Q. 'What wages had you with the Marquis,   A, A livre of Milan a day, eating, drinking, and every thing conifuit-able, and perquisites, of which there were a good many. Q.. What wages had you with Ihe Priucess. A. Every three months 1 got ten napoleons, that is to say 10 twenty-francs. Q. Had ynu.ypnr keep,   A. Yrs. Q, Every ih1ng..cqinfqrtable.-Nothing else by agreement bnt eating, and driukiiig.   All had to supply myself with .all Iheresil 1     -   � ,  '    ' >i niy pqner to make her Royal Ilighni-ss comforlable wliile. she w:^? uu Ko:ird the t/or jnli, Ber-sr-iihi, 'Master Austin, Count Schavini, yJEirious s.erYa,utSj an4i 1 think a little child. Q. Where did tfie Princess dine during the tjme she _waa on board the VMiiide.  A. Iu her own cabin. Q Do you knpw wh'o dinid ih^re with lier Royal High-nfss.   A. I.do not. Q. She did not dine at your lab'.e while on bo^rd the Clo-riurte.   A. No. Q. How Ipng was she on bpard at lhal lime. .A. TUree or four days. iMr. BruughaiH declined putting any questions In this wi:- :fiB
                            

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