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   British Press (Newspaper) - August 31, 1820, London, Middlesex                                '7 C(y^^.'--^^-*^ T -    _ nt. 1.1 ) a 5 ".if r ?if .-$(      � ! �i> JiJ-,'? ?r-{T^;]{ Agreeably lo tlie formH.*aMJ^rtJsfeinVriii ffiW^I^^'^IJ'ro open fo.> lhH�ffefdA..^AiW'l�?:'*U'b^feg bi THIS-EVEN/^**"'*"'^'*''''"''^**''' , iTwft^*mGfi.a-tt yocft BOW. X�zarillo, Mr. lyiunden 3 Don PeiJro/M)^.-6aUl6i: feiiro. Mni.irgerJon;.LB�M5�,.JBiM�iA�lt. ' J   1 . GiWy.ls' SeriiJ,d>/.c?, Bd. .     '   ^"^ , ,  'Ttte'Coorrvilf lie-dpened tit HaTf.put Siij o7Clgc)E, ood Ic-in^r'-H }ii'y)iti^"t Ml rt (.I'll J ..'tj.t { (Jacbeifa, �Hli Tlie'Dcaf tov�e;iJ;fei! It/ On Salurttiy. OnlkilAiday/j npaiS ^VEWING. THURSDAY, Aug. 5?, JL be performed jbtfayqqrUeOperaof;.    !    . BeWne,m�vDnrn*ec 5 Capt. Bclrille, Mr. Comer^ William, Mr. Barnard. HqsinajlJJjss A..Corri; 'Dorcaaj Hr<. KenasU; PJioetej Mrs,/ones.    w  ^rier.nhicb, 1tnt.tiiAe,'arbe|^n=at1SevA>;"      '   <        �. - Places for the Boxes to be taken of nTr/MasSiDgfaam, at the Theatre. 1 1 Privnle Boxes may be''had,' nightly, by tifk^ilttiilon at.the Box Office. - To.TiiorrtJw; The Suicide, rtitb dlherEnlerlalnBienls,. IHEA-WlE-ROYAL, BNGLISH OPERA-HOdSC, STRAND, ry^HlS -EVfeNlNG, THURSDAY, Awg. 31, ' JB.'   ' Anit bfe'performed, the popular Melo-7rama^c;tUed ' THE MAID AND THE MAGPIE j Or, WHICH is THE THIEF' GerardiMr.'Barlley; Everard, Mr. Rowbofittl^n; Blaisot, Mr. Harleyj JsaacMr.T.f. Cuoke.  Annette,.Aliss Kelly 3 Julienne, Mrs.Grofe.......,,,,.    1 .Arter..w)iicb) l{Hh iimej �a extciiip9cej.temporary Sketch, .;  v. .    called , --' �� ..PATENT SBASOasr (PreKiDus iovvhidvan.AddcesSi :ia the character-Kff the Comic^Muse, will beispoken hy Miss'Kelly.:):' ' ;. Mf.'Drrlt^!kU.':H�:tey{-GeoflliT.'Mttffitacap,<'^fp. WilkH^^^ on; Count Belino, Mr;. Pearman; Garrick,/Mr;:AT�eiftitt. jThalia,>vMiBBr.|SellyMolpometKj;Mjss liOve.;apoken highly.tii^its recommendation. r^I I .IS. prr,paredr :by rUiem. .ON Ly;-aiid'.far prdlrentlngi dis-appoiulment to families, all. possible ctire-'iiasrheeiKicesort;-.ed. to, by ^achbottle^beiug. sealed sUpOQ:lb�'.carki^itbitheir Firm and Address, iiSiWell as each ii9,hel!havjng>Lheiri�ligaai-tore, wiihoui which It cannot bePennine.  JOHN BURGF.SSan^SO.^'Slou^ieslahUB]ie'd aiidt^OiUCb , i^iGe^ed �ii�l!(C� of .ANCHpy,LES ^co�tiuuea:to:bei|^re-  pared by Iheiii after the same.,maosifir that ias given ibfc grralcst sauifaclion for many ybata Warehouse^ 107,^:Straud, corner uf.thi; Siiraiy-slep>,:iIiOir-tlOfl -(The Orig^naJ Fish Sawce Warehouse.)     ^ ' CKBT AND PISTOL DEPOT, Wq, 63^    w,Bqgd.sti.-�e(, Gowier.of Brouk-slree^, Haaover- f  AVe'RY (late 'V  Con-ern,. jn'VigoiIan*) begs 16 acquaint Noblemen aiid^pj>rf9men,~he has left, and commenced Business afthe-above Howe, ii�qiiwwevof ttie* d'for/'"aW�t -   bcnBfii.d�Vi*ed from, thenseoF PINDIN"i 'PAtESt TiUJSSPSj *�ffiiutntietSUic spMngSi Pa% o. 900, rieel-sneef. These iH^^S^/^m^m^^ irf by lbe'im���'en�iteut il�;jii^ii^iii%'%Wd icli Price 7d. �a Will be ciosed.pi^^iii WSiferBi�!�;liU Six ib. tbi. Evening^ S^lWtJay pejtt, ibe 9d pf Se|itrinb!erj ,       40HN YOUliG, K*epfr. rppiRTX-TH^f COLUiWrte oi P\&SUff^S,-Xhe. OBSER-YER^adit i^'^tS^?.*'^*^ flfj.Sy/^DAYi l""** August IT.icoot.W lb* Vhofe ot the Opcntog�Sp.EECll'0fflbe,A'PIIORNEY. .UiiecD, logflber'> Witnesses ^ on jMondajr.f Tueiday,-. WedAesday, Thursday^ Friday, and Saturday,'forming, the JiqoMVEbaplfetpiacsdutil! of all the ijijpijfediqgs.agaipst' b�i- AlaJeMy to Sstarilslast! lnclnsi*.e,-JThe pi{ser>erf will ^bMq jBile M theOfficeairf the^Sira'na oil thiBweelc. 1 ^   , j �* ""''s QBi�ERy?|{ pr^VlO^PAV^ Anetisl 14,Lcon-, iaftiTnethe OOEEJ^i^ ,^.0r>'Eft-ta thefKMie,.-w�-Sapf^t nn^^s ^lBo^jn.!wJe q%Jh>,agj�. and Notl�JBtrtind. Tl^d&>' If^nb^iahid^ elpga'nfJy jiriated In vctvto, and �m. WlljslidLviiihJ numerous Viaiai,^frm Vefatt�hf f a ,Ne!sJiVork;>   -       , TOHNNr NEWCOME ON THE PEACE' 9P ESTAB^USf) M ENT  a Poem, By A STAFF OFFICER/ ��* Charaflera anil cjrcutttstacices s0-f>klt: oiif,':�hal it fs-probable.Mr.Neivcom^-mny'initakt'n fo/b Great ^Military Commaiid^riJikejwise his man. Scrub,maybe fetogni^e'd. 1 The AuthprV chief aiqi baa b^taa Ut afford amusement tb lAei Army in ]iar.ripvlar,.>fqo4 to the greedy appetites tof Ihe'co nous, an^.uorel information Jo the Public iit general. ______ prinledrfor J. Johnston, Cheapside; j . Tills'day are published, in small 8vo..pnee9�. � -r ECTURES on the TEMPER and SPIRIT H.^H nfthe GHHISTIAM RELIGION. Pint wfilteo and deliverea to- the -Inroales vof H; largei PublicoAsyliim,' bud ; how polflished Bnd.addjpessed to the nomeroua Parties which � agitate and Avjde this Einpire. . �yJttATT^E.W.^LLCN, EM R.M. S B. &p. \ . Author of "OutUucs of a Course of Lectures on Chemical tbridoii: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Valet-no8ter.ro\T...;.Saciety>;in'; Serm^ny^ |! IX: |r.:�rd..Xufi|i,Itui>sell'ji vLife ofsWUliam LordHuSSfll} X.Syateni-of Edacailoii,fpr.lheInfanl.Kingof' Rome'j Sti, Loiidon : Printed for Baldwjn,:.Cnidocki>and Joy; and J, Hatchardjsnd.Son., .Of whom may >�a ^irocured'tbe^ thirly preceding-Yarls, at 6�. each. '       �   � >" :r>�>�!^Dyiib4tnMt�iaViJsSeffbsi�ti iiWiaifs.iSi!f.�/� ; ^:umf d!^te(ft*�WtfliS - iif liietMglrfriatiitr iM^c^id^'fbf'y pend ou benfiti^Hfi(1!tif'^'^^-'^ f�lHE LON^OTV'IVIAGAZINE, No.Q.ttfot /A ^mmiifrf pobl^htld ,by .Bsld�inf�ntdotk, a^d^Ruy*-cootams iSeJollpiVingiArticlM;:--!^laon'a Hiead ; ft; Old i 'Stones, No. I>.The Lying Servant, TheiCSstle'GoWin'; i 3. Note from JWr..,,iBnwIe� onr^Pope^; '4;JT�We TaUt, No. 111. pn the Conversation of,.Autbors-j     Sbo'erarj'-llie ! Dalmatian Brigand; ^- The Jewiets.^fUie'Sook^ No.'IL'; 7. Italy, Sonnet from Filicaia ; 8. Slanzasf by 6. B;; 9. Geri maiViDesciiplions of iJogarlKsWorks^tNo.l. Hafldi'sProgress, .Plale. I< J ^10, On Italian! Tragedyi' intrOdbcinriy  l4 lfae-^Author'of Poems.under.the..nnme-of>BBrry;  Tisit to tfad Republic of.SMiiM8rinp,in,M;8yia20!f:17i Critical Notices of New^ Books-1. Mrs. Graham's Residence near Rome ; 2. EUolt^s' Brothers, a.Mnnpdy;;i 3>iKettl8'�5Votoate.ofPoe�tS V     JThe l)rama{ 19. Report ufMusic;;.'. 90.-Literary�nd:Scienlific rutelligence ; il. Historical and Crilical'Summary of Public Events; S?.-Agr,ici)U(irnl Report'; 23; Commercial 'Report-also the usuaLLists, iMarkels,'i&c:&c;        '"' '� ' This day IS pnbhshcd,--';"i.'i-'" mCKWOOD'S EDIMBCJRGH MAGA-^ ZINC, No, XLI. fo'r AUGtJST' 1820. � ."CdNIEiiTB;-fl; .The Ayr�liire"LeiJa^ees--,-o'ri MheCo^iys'-^ponBeoese^.of IheiPriogle Fa'mliyi' Noi'iri-^^ll.' Daniel Q'BoBrVje,aniEpic:Poem,iinSix Cantos; ^by'Fsfg.li'tyO'FoL garty,.E8q. of Blarney. Canto 1. Patrick Blake-ilIT:_T�i .CamerqiltaD Ballads^^tVi Moods bf the'Mind. Na.7. ^id-night Wantferiogir;^ No. 8 The-Clouds from D^rk'; Nh. 9; jrhfe'EUn:'rrec(f*^V.-.-Tlie'R^'iniature-i-VI.:R�'flections o,o;a Jlumejl.AIibey.iirVJI.MiBcrosoplMi�ior the. Viriuoso'-Peaaht -VlII; Life of Antonio L^mberlacci. From-the "Bjstorie. JVt�ihDrabili>dr'8o1()|na~,VofG.'BT'MblicatiRadjior^iV.P, .wAiio.., 6; 5; 0 lliifRiglil Hrtnsthe Co,unif8g,of Iladiior..;....A.. i,&: '   " Wm Wrlberfprc^,'CEq."M^P pei Stcrelary ..A. i 3 WilHam DaWson, Esq .....'..'..A,   -3 T. S. Goorh,, E�q. per HoBTes^^....A'-- ' '3-Ail^m Aske^, Esq. ppr Hoaits C Mfa Fipe fr,om:a tlacljiiWx;oachi)(iBnVv.v; Received for a^Bo"61^, " Nel^i on Pfispns" ..J - THfe lawfaslpartortltWdl^stbevilnmirAide'i IiiRenei ihinii - S0�a5,30,'.8,13. � tVere;the !Fr1owj,w*rBeSa^ -J?'fi|irP!aHA�traw^ jjlfc;. When-taftaiih*. Ilw V�l� I^Estfr ^idtiterafienfar4k�Mie 10 fte,VUh^J>'�ihr ubifowii- Did witness �reesee lKei�rijie�!�s Mi Bergamiim^ lalttv � the Villa D'Este? Ihav�se*B-|Iirtn iWi*^ " - ' . .ViM^bereasiuioeooithelalcef Tfea." I n     " Did wjjneaft fv^^.the Pfioetn iiadiScrgairii m ila caijpe? 'Yes, more tbjSOonfeor.iwiceivniiUVfii^ .;->    i Did' w^tnesy^er see them In the gtrd^n at the Villa b'Este' Yes.^ ' , ' /    i Alone' Alone-.  b9dyetB'eia this�hBir! 1 bare not, J,only,sawihfm,a|o4��'. i        l .,,Did.>e.s�^ Beicgafl|i^�l(.ilt.ihe;cbab^! liYes, and then the JPrinccss was behind pushingitinT'f,:.' i J.      ^ ; ,.D.o.l.ltndprBUud,f^ttn,,4hatJlhi^,�ere Bt^th^Ctinfe alone ?. .Yerirna came and, btpn4;btitbe.cbair,i�iid,rtheD;lbe Ptincess and Berga^l were aloqe, i , .Has be at dtflTerenl limes seen tbe Princes^ and. Bergami t^alking together ?  Ye*, more tdan onee. i In what manner were ithey walking {separate or togelberV ..Arm in arm ......Haslieseen them^vaikingisomore,tbaD-onceI .Morethan three times. , !....'Does.he remember being,at work;ia^a corOicetur llherotunda-arou'nd,(pom::>.. .'^ �  , . .....Wjisthere pijy yootft adjoMUng.tbe iolunila! .Tea, there was a ^oom.'tiehlnd. ,    - , y, � . .    ; . vWJiile.wiin^ss waaatf!prko;i>he,con)ice,djdhe hear any' body in the.adjqiniqg,rooin?,..Yf[sJI.heard:ftgiRebody!enter. ;. Ari^r,Somebpdy.fiad.�otered,vibi^did:vitnes* bear? I heard] somebody fjse>come.ittv,'|,pttt!'my-faead.'under=^tfa(> seaffotd '�� >to $ee;iwho.ilhey�$refaavitbePrmee^and'BergaiDi cAme\ iiOr.-,/i;hsreiVfj:e,ti�0;figifre�toneor.Ajlamibnr?ihei�ighfj'at�-i other of Eve on the left; Adam had a   ! Can he tell us bow tlie.iig leaves were fasteoed on> 'They were so fastenedou-ajnireithattheycouldibetptrtaside.'i- - ^hereiwas  Rti|hey.g.',was,'lbe^�ibet�e�n'!tbe!roomsi''or''between -tlieplace joywhicb ibei^as fil'worfc and.lhetwo tiifures:? Here. -waa the room were Adamaud Eve were; tbeii, foi<-.w�iid�:jlbereiwastfi sms^lhciMTidoi^at the;hottom of-which .lliere iwere :two,<)o0rs, onemghl^oni left^-dodtiulheonddle �-l Imntedialely after.lbe.villsiislitevgnrdeai; beyond!the 'gaiv dep.a walk; and,beyuDd-tb�:�aIk;ibe>Paesaj-iwitb 'wood, on each aulc. ' . Dpes witqess.kQOw:nispersao:ciUed::DomipicboiBruSa? I do, J      I-   1 , .�Doe8.he,kiiOw qne Biehobaiji. ?,;fNo;,i>..;'j'.!! ;. W'lieii he went home'atriDightiwboiwaa'Witbibiio^ 'Do. �jpiiHcbOjBt�aa,:,;\ j.r ,!^,i',!   ..ii.-i 'a- i.-','i.,,i;i,..-..;!   . \ :At:i�h.qthPUr.didJie;pass through theigarden.lo:gobome? At;ou) qne or hair-pwt;^ Italian or French titoe? Italian. f-Let l)!ie,lqlvrerel�r traaslilte itiiDlo^^Edglisb time? Nilie 4;r,half-past |iiiie,at uigbl al.�\>enlt�?,'-I.hBve  ; "More than once? -O/ily once. ..(!:        - 5o??,hp jewllee^ what part waa pliyed iyjlhe Princess ' Thb Priq.cfss,w9Sperfi�rjatug the character-of is sick ^wOman, ^ad Bergami'iV pirtiOf a Doctor. ^ TbeSoU'citor-fienerat said, thst,he had beeninfurmed there were some doubts.AiT.'lVe^priectnetB'.ofthetInterpreter's answer^aitqiilhBlime^yjJp Italyhetaiew ihemofleof*^ tolling lime >7jis ,i)i^rfi)t] from;>that-.-wbirh',prevtfile'd'^iii trance an4,Euglau uf pot so in Lombsrdyjof which they were.f peaking; and,as llie hoar was raalerial, be would beg leavi;.t.O:pq|.aqaest|Qqrto:lhe;i*UoesBto>rendef it^beyond a doubt.     , 'i >' Wilt you ask:^unnhmvhe,say� ft;was;one,-lir'barf-past past oae,itbat:Jie,l|aW:Ber&ami-.8nd the .Prin'cess'aitling in .thev.m9Bn*r�bich'(!Ue-h'is,Ld�scribed,,.howilougnt'was after fiwa-sm ?  4� bout and 4 half. -   -  - CroRs-examiiledby Dr.rLushington.'-   i Has be �ver i^een examined before' At Mit^n. When w(i9 that?, Ln.iSIS. Who by J'T3ieAd�ocaile'*Rtn)ercati. ..\'Vere,aiiy,otJ)cr|{gcson,)tyattlhe;lime?; There Wat.'" Will)' .J doi)'i kqpw      ' t"   > '      r �J)oe�W,lfivoy^{2oJpiiel Brqwtt' iJ'don^t,.-,., ! f ~ How cameheto^go to Mitau to Ijeexaniiired?!' Because the;.OQ,verniir r .t'V.-.",'*,,.!' .''.',!' ^Did they Bei^,8U.4}�Scer;b(Juttieet:;or-4iOi the �� Vdln .D'EateL^.Tfflslve orfuurteeu^.'aitdj^heii'tbe'Bairao^tolif me be wanted more, t then ipm on iS Or ^^rnad toolstbeai �^agifa.Alien tbersifereViut wtnied WclreiallMtaerperstms iscot -tuiiMiiaii 4o be exsmro^dt No, not onfeof lliero. >A When too,were;�simine4, at Milan, was^wfaat yottSaid taken down in writing ? It was.' Did you sign {i? tdid.     - '   '   -i   -^ Were^yonsworn? ,Ye�.. Wboswore.you? The Advocate Vtlmercsli. ' ' ; -y.ltnmlitlSotmi' :He;XoldTmciI was; to swear to eneak ttie Irnib. iiiuWete yon sworn on 1he,GospeI>,orin itbatmannfr? - He told me,'was I ready to swear to the truth of what I bad said^and-l-aaidlwas.    ; l:h �  - [ .Wa� bff�mri](on.'M   ' ^ ' From thstime you signed l|ie deposition at Milan, bad you a'ny conversaliou with any person uppn the eviilen^o yoti were to'giv� here? I have been speaking to nobodyUipoo tbe�nbject..... '    .. 1 ' Ha'J�yot!,>vef spolieij teilh any one on the iul>^ except j| ttt MUaUrirom the Jime tliat. the^irgiiroslaaces .yfiii^ave sUted took place?' I nefer said any thing since about it Iq any person. I never a_p!peared before auy.Cnurt of Justice, .and'I'siiid to theGoveinor-in my country that I did not wish .to come, , .   . Were ybtt emplqyed %,the Princess of Wales to make ft monument? No; I was told by Rastalll to go and.work andTwent,     -  How.often have yofi seen RastalU since the year 1818 ?  I have.never seen him since became to speak to me. . The cross-examination of the witness was.here ended, and he was then.ask^d by the Solictlor.Geueral whether Henrico Bej wds in London? lo.which he replied in the aiBrmative. A pause here took plsbein the proceedings in consequence of Other Witnesses nut being in attendance. After sometime the last.witness w^s recalledabd re-exammed by tbeSolicf- iqr-GeneraL. ..... ' I waorioknow who it was that came with theyitness as 'eoiirlei^ltf this country ? From Milan to Holland, Azzelli; from Holland.here, an Englishman. "The witoess was directed by the Solicitor-General to look at 9 Gentleman standing bestde bim, and then asked^ bjm:: whether any questions had been put to him by that Gentleman, in the neighbourhood of Ibis House, as to the fac^ which he had here deposed? ' "Mr. Brougham obXscted to this-mode of polling the question. The witness Jiad sworn more than,once that he had never held even any conversation with any person respeeting the evidence.he was to give at ihe bar; now his Learned Triendwisbed to lead him lu the most direct manner to contradict what-he fiad'sald before. The question put was as much 08 to say, " HaVe yon not, natwillistanding wbat.you liaveswqrtt tbree or Your timex, been examined respecting your evidence by thisgentleman ?r'^ " ' The short^hand writer was here <)irecte^ to read from his nplfs Ibe qoestiuuK and answers. lefpeclipe this point; bnt It appeared thai'his notes ibad'.^een sent Yrom the House to be copied,, preparatory lo jtheiir being printed. The Earl uf Harruwby observed, that since the last ar-raugemeot respecting Ibelprinting of'tlteet^idence had keen made; vt-was'iii many'parts-very inacdurBte,'he therefore^ Ihought It much better to submit to some delay V\i the printing, tbat-more'atteiition'might Ite paid' in'preparing it for the press."!� TfaeSolicitor'General insisted that he Was perfectly cor. rect�* 5^^^^ ttrbe The wjlnj� Ibe.o .Mtbdtesr.    .... * : the Lord Cbini^llor directed ai^       witness'; to be'-ealVdi but no fresh wtiiiess bad �arriVrd. � 'rile EarldrDalml^inadeMimeVifiServiilioifs', w^ not perfcrll; andibltr'below ibe -bar^'bar'the leoijenry of Avbich seemiSd to fte fo ceHsOre the Coups*! W'r the Bit! fur nol havMg ibcir wii^enes'ibTeadiiiess. '       � '!' - ' ':Tbe Aflorne^.iBenenl sxsiireif iheir Xd/ds,bips'-,lfisf It irss not to 611 iiit any interval of linie Umllli'e last Wriitess had been rSealiedvbut that his'Learned Triend an^^hirase^^^ on cuusulliog' tugelber^ bad''really -deemed' ii ijecjftsary. He shuuld-be onworlhy.ofjlhe situatiuw he'filled ii''fae co6jd de. .icend to ahjr cpn^i^iv8nce of siibh a ilescriplion. '      ' TlieI.,ord CfaanceJh^r^ivniinded the Auoriiey.Geaera! Ili^l fie>As now remarking Upon sometbidg thnt had beiea said tjy a P^,��hicti'�as ilrifegiilaK '* '    A Peer observed/ that Ibe persqnii below Ihe bar were n.it � to be Supposed cognisant of aiiy ibiog said by their L"< -ser>-Rliott.    ,� ' '.' '' l.or(f Grenvltle aitrerird Id the ineonvenien'ees caused by the present niOdevOf printing the evidence, and strougly Urged the necessity of Some alleratioo. . Jccooimo'M^aiii-Was railed in and s\!l)^rB.;. Ex8.roined b.y Mr. Park. ' 'Of whatniitiijn arejbii?  I *as born In Ifal/. \ "What areyuit by Ir^ilebr prufessiiin?   A waiter: WerA'yoh At any tidie lii the aeiviee of Itie Princess of WBle�?^Ye8j two nttmihs. .     ' WhtrS *astl>at ?  At the Villa d'Esle. In-what capaeity ?-Director of ihe gardens, i When did you commeuke your service ? Abont the end of the jear 1816. Did yon know-any person of the name of Bergaltii?   Yes. �Was he in ihe service of her Royal Highniets ?   Yes. Did you know'him btfure you saw bim iu Ihe service ul' the Princess; Yea. � What was bK?  Hfc was ab Excise Officer; hensed lo gu ta jiut Ihe marks oii Ihe casks of wine and spirilS.' lo what cirtnmsiances was. he btfore he went into tlip service of Ihe Princess i When I knew him he was a pour man. Bow Jong was that before yon saw bim in Ihe service of the Princess ?   t Saw bim in- Iter service at the villa d'Este. How long was Ihe'time when you knew bim as art exfhe officer, before you saw bim in the service of the Piincciis'? 1 knew bim tWu or thVer years before. "Did yon ever see the Priucess and Bergami aloue lo-grlhrr ?   Yes, everjr dajr. What was their conduct lo each other oh those occasions: ? Tbry behaved lu on^'atiolhei-^itb all the friendship as if ihey were loarried. How did Ihey walk together?   Aritilnann. Did yjta ever see them in a room together? Several lloifii. Was any body in iberaUrti with themj or were ihcy aluue ; Often aloue. Did vou ever see them in a carriage together?  Yes. Was it Ihekind of carriageealled peropella ?   Yes. Huw did tbey-sit jn ihe'carriage? bergami'sat at llie bark of Ibe carriage, and llie Prioress ou his lap. Was any body else In Ibe carriage with Ihem ? NnneeNr. Did you^ver see the Princess and Bergami in the l ciil> with you about? -1 did ask, but be did not tetl me...   " - Why then did.yoii go,since >o� knew iiolhiag pf what lie waoUdwithyno?   He told.,me I was wanted at Aliia" that I must go theire, and iKey would speak.wilb me. Theo.you wentto Milai^ wilbo.ul-Kuo^.ijig^why.you were sent for?' He bad told me that the advocate Vilmarcau wanted me, but i did'notltnow what for uiitil I "got fo ,i\UUii. Did you know VilmaVcati before lhal iirae? , 1 had;he�r,l bis liame before, beijaiise'he was acquainted .with a fr^eud i f mine, but 1 did not know him". How long afler yon were.applied tpdid yougo toMiVn r A few days; . , What persons did yon see at Milan on this. snbjfci ? When I got loi ftlilan tbey'lold liie what biinr to cpU ; ^an.t when.I ,went I saw Ihe. Advocate Vilaoiarcati) and;(wo ir three otlierswlipm'fl did nol_ know. Were the' iwcr o�^ three persons unknown to you EugljdS-men?/'! was.tOld'^bey were English,, but l^dui not^Jiiiu�-them. :   ': - -  - ' :      ' , Did ;yoa hear their names?  Not thfn, butHieo;^ Jhem aCierw.iirUs. '      '[�.� �     \ , . . v Was"lhe name of,one of Ihem'Colonel Brpwn?  1 Ii.e�i>i .so afleriva'rds,bnt Tdid.nol,kn,ow it ihem' . Was-tiie name of another of liiese'persons PoWe^ ? .,1 never lieard it ..until about five^r, six raonlfas.arrer'warda; I did not ihea'koo*r-it. How loiie'didyow remainarMilan? Twpdays., , Waa that ibeOnly limcuofyouY being, Iberjs J.,T,be ool^on , Were yon fXamiotd every day while, you .were at Mil�i! .' TDnlyO'nihelasVaay.    �      '' .J    ' , '      . . ~>i^ lliej |j�ke 4ow;n,wjiat;.yott said in,wrUii|g?   Yes,, an,I swear '^-* '?,Xon,i�lsji�,,s,wp.qa9o;tha beforelljej^opl^jnjs de^psitiup,,fts jf.it wia ^�p.ire..a -,r�^5?r>,Jit J .Bad |p.qwi�Jt,WM,inpl BO, .Ijsq^^^^ w rWereyoo sworn u090 the cross?' Thiytold mo.loir | W�t yonVeceiveiyor going tb Milan ? 'They p/u! n-.c ray expeosis, and |^ve me twenty francs.   

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