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   British Press (Newspaper) - September 1, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Per Cent. LONDON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER li 1820.^ T^iEATnE-mh'Ai^OlttriiY.lJANK. jigfccablj; to the fqnner;A4vErlia?inEjpt. tins Theatre is^oW' open for the-brt perforhiaiices.-of'Mr.-Kcan, before his. posiiive-^depnrlnre fof-Atrterira,' r TO-MOKROWi. tjAtljRDAY, Septemher 2, his Majtely'i Servff(tls,iviHperfornj.the. 1 ragedy of, %   BRurus Lucius JunioS'Rriiluis'Wri'KSiiii Titus, by a yoiinsGtin.' I,..-., /tic fii.ct"=.ii,eft'r-iif^�.( �<:K,lfie Scares W -�:   -MobERtJiNtrQUES;*:. ,.r-,cc, TaB.#E5yiY muuuners. CncWet�jif;.i�p"MiYMf�    l^raiiTj, .Mr.VVillinma; Joey, Mr. KnlehtrVsirsi.Gockretoij, Mrs. Edniii; Mra. Cambniifei Mrs. Ai-kor:^; Jfa�y;MrSviHarlow^^^^ BoVf^l.iJh^,tSsmvk^^        . 3?..,qd,-T?it, is. 6d|., SPcoiiTl Price,455;.i^1ib�e'r Galleryfa'sr^^^^^        Price, "la.-U.pner. Galtery, la, Second Price, :6d. . The/EftoMJviIl.b�*p,e;ted.at_Hal^ the Performances on each Evening commence at Seven.  . Tfie BoSSiortBce *iM1)et4)efte4frbm'Ten�'Clqck uii( . The, Efeie^jtistiJcaMopi; ^ anrwi fliePijbHcigf^  1 On Monday, itfaibftb^^^w i   .    i-J WEDNESDAY^ llic J3lh iday of Spplember Nrxi, nt Trtelve i.'Clocfcal Noon, lii SELI. by PUBliJC AUCTION the OFFICE 01- l^LACE ofdae-^ot" ihe Foijr ONION- iin.l -IfRUlT METERS of Ib^.City of London, vacant by tlie death of Mr. John Nash,..   . �,   � [...; .^Jie.Pnrticulard and Comlitions of-.Sale may be seen on appiication at the ComptroIlerV Officp, GniUUiall. �        'JOk-BUSRiNAN, CoinplKoIler. MARY-LE-BONE MEETING. �jrjER MAJESTY' Iiutider.<;tand Ihnt'jon^'goiiig to Ihe berl-rnoiii you passed Ihruueh llic passage..3Hd ihe (wo rooms inio Ihe hed-TOOin.,'A. Yes. �;   , r. (i, Wrilljyon descrilie Ihe situalion of.fiergain('s hed-room. A. Tlie alefplng roum of Bergami coul/iuinicatetl with l^ie first of the Iwo rooms.     '   '   - ...l . . Q Besides this cuuimurtication wi|h-,thc dark and.room and Bprgnmi� bfd.i-oom, was there aoycommuiuralion wilh Bergami's room and any olber.place.   4- Y'";3. , . Q. Wilh what place. A. With the sleeping room of the' Pri^icess. .�     . r Q. What was there between the sleeping rnom of Ihe' Priiicpss and Berganii.   A. There was a.small cabinet be-, .twe^ii Ilie foums. ^ .. Q. Did any one sleep in. that cabintt...- A.jI never knew anji body sleep in it. Q. When ihe ilnor beiween (he darh^YoDm and Eergomi's. bed-room was cluseil, cun]d anyone ^el in except ihrough theismall cabinet.   A. I never saw any oUierpassage. ..Q. At what time did Ihe Princess nsuaity gu to be(l at that tiflie. .,s'o lihcrallysupporled. But while, us Contractor "tbf that~^ Lottery, he acknowledges lljese.ubligalions jeirihl?/!/, %efeel8 that TnoVc than ordinary thanks are dne for the increased partiality, shewn lo'Hi� INDtVlDUAL Opf IcEs ; for,'alfliough he has for a series of years enjoyed a greater share of Public faVour than an-y oihrr Office-keeperyhis Sales in the late Lottery have greatly exceeded their usual proportion. "There were SO Capital*' in tl>e late Loiterj', 16 of which were shared and sold by BISH ; the other 14 were shared and sold by the various other Office-keepers. T. BISH has now-to announce a New Lottery,/or uiAicft he isnlso the Contractor, it will dc drawn in two days, 5ih aod ISlh October, The Scheme of which, as soon as it h.is received the sanclioii of the Lords of Ihe Treasury, will be submitted to the Public, for their approbation ; and T. BISH confidently expects it will meet with as favourable a reCeptioti as Ihe last, and be equally well supported. '-' 4, Coruhill, and 9, Cfaaring.cruss, ^nj/uj< 31, 1820. THE QUEEN'S TRIAL. Pripcess came in, Bergaml-Was there; sometimes Bcrgami accompanied ilie Princess.     . - Q; Thrvngh which way A, f-' My pw�, . i- Q. Didyon at Jhai lime^assiatheft Royal Highness, iu gU-in? to bed, "ill uiidresjins her.' A. .Yes. . U |n padsiiig fronr fier lipyal HigiineBs's room to your; O.wii, did yiiu ever gcj ihrough llie rooms of the CouBless pi
  • liui. ^. .Siiut. Ci.; Huw w:is the '(toAr'bet'werti ybm- rooin auj..l-iial coni-mu't-.in-.nii-g uiili Bcr^^mi. '-'A. ft'was'sftnl. 'Q Did yjn obieri't-'uny thing occu'i- during the ni^Iil. A. Ki.tjiiiij ih:il nishl. Q. Did jou oljs'erve any Ihfng in Ihe rtuirning. A. I ili)i;'t HOUSE OF LOF?DS, THURSDAY AUGUST 31. FOR THE.BENEFIT OF-.MR'. LI.SJON THE.ATRE-ROYAL, HAY-MARKET. N" MONDAY NEXT, September 4, 1.830, win be performed (first time this Season): O'Ke'elFe's Comedv, called - THE YOUNG QUAKER. Old S(n!boy,.Mf. Meredith; Y'onng Sadboy, Mr. Jones; Shadrach.'Mr'.'j; Russell; Spatl(?rdasli, Mr. Farley; Clod, Mr. Liblon.. Ararointa (first time). Miss R. Corri, who will-introHuce the Soi'g ofHail to the Happy Day!" and the Scotch Ballad pf " Auld Robin Gray;" Dinah Primrose (1st lintie), tUrs.Mardyn ; Pink (Ist time), Mrs.Gibha. In ihc course, of the Everting; Mr. Liston will, recite a Comic Address, in the character of'Lord Grizzle, riding on .in Ass! aiid;al8f)*-Siil'g a New Song, called " Young Biffs among the Roses." Mr. 3.'Rnsseir will sing, " Mae^lrOYaj.-an Opera Singer."- - 'To -concltide with Ihc last new Comedv, called / EXCHANGE NO HOBI5EKY; J OR, THE. DIAMOND RING. Tickets 4o be tail .of Mr,. Lismn, No, 27, Soho-square; and of Mr. Massiiigham, at the Theatre, where places for (he Boxes 4nay betaken. - ; SURREY THEATRF., The newCpmic Burlptta difrfitop Tliief having been rece:ived with arclamutiuas geauiue applause, willhe repeated every EVi-ning. '.. .. � . . ' rsAHlS EVENING, FRmAY, September 1, M.  'will he pnesented a Comic Dance, called � ; ; SANDY AND JENNY. After n-Iiicfi, aii'-cntii-ely new npleiniid Hiiitorical Melo-dra-niatie Burtetta, iu three Acts, called IVANHOJi; OR, THi! JEW'S DAUGHTER. John Prince of^ iJngland, Mv. ClifTbi-dv./Pilgi-im, Mr. -VV'atkins; -Uijfciiowu �44nlKbt, � MiVlRidgwaifjf Sir Brian de Bois Gilbert, 'ftJd- .�eii�oMgh; Isniic oTiYfii^y::Mr. Huntley. Lady Ro.wcita, Miss-Copcland; RebeccaMissyraylor. After wluch (second time) a dew broad Comic Biirlcttaj in �'two'Acts, called : SIGH IHJliF; ' , OR, THS aORltORS op tllE^^^^TO^^^ GafiVr Fflrniiieid,..Mj-. WatktOBuu;^^^DnBthi>n, .Mr. Fits-'; William; Cupsk-y, Mr.-^Klgwiy-', Cer.iliaj :Miss-' Poole;' J'-jiuiy ,Cop�l(�v, Misa-^pBpelandj/.Daine'^ariufieli^ . � o.Bqj�m,:.4��irPiW,'48/>.r^$l�I!crj,,..l�.:,.;-.;^ " .',. -'p Dnors.open �t .Haltp^sl. Ei^f^ibtjiu/rf^ � Hslf.pricejat HjiJ&P5(i�;i%tiL . ^ ^ . ' To rooriow;'tbcite1i�iiir1'nfe,',�i'.WeW.^ and Cala�,  ' ' �\'The.fjtfrd-8liiSia:dtor-e�J*i-ed-thE?"Hi�nsetrt twelve timtlrtes before ten o'clock, and-prayers werereatl. . . >Afler the names were ca4|ed over the-Counsel were called in. George Pinario and Edgar Garstan were sworn as French interprelera. Madame Dumont wa^ again put to Ihe bar and examined by the Solicitor-General. Q. Did- her Royal Highness tlie Princess of Wales, while ihe witness was fesiding with her at Villa Vitlani, make any tour to any place. A. Yes, to Mount St. Gothard. Q. Does witness remember any place where they first slopped. A. Al Ihe Barromean isles. Q. Did the Princess sleep there. A. Yes. Ci. Where did she dine. A. 1 don't recollect. Q Does the witness remember if her- Royal Highness dined at any inn on the road. A. VViitiess thinks they stqpt at asiiin at Va'resa, but does not recollect which. Q. Had you ever been before at Ihe Barromean Isles wilh the Princess. A. Yes. �Q. Did,the Princpsd sleep al the Barromean Isles on the first occasion. A. Yes. Q. Does witness remember the apartment in which the Pi-incess slept on lhat first occasion A. Yes. .Q. Was Ihis on Ihe journey from Lausanne to Milan on her. Royal Highness's first arrival on Ihe Continent. . A. Yes. Q.W'bat apartment was it in which the-Prmcess then slept. A. The must elegant in the Barrometin Isles. Q. Is thai an inii, orthe Barromean Palace. A. The Barromean Palace. W. When her Royal Highness went to sleep there on the second occasion, what np-artment was prepared for her. A. I don't recollect what apartment was prepared. Q. Does witness remember in what apartment the Princess slept. A. Yes. . ^,Q. Did witness on Ibis second occasion see the apartment in which the Princess slept the first lime. A. Yes. Q. lu what apartment did Ihe Princess sleep the second time. A. In one remote from Ihe first. Q. Dues -Aritness know where Bergami slept. A. Near., the nparfmcnt other Royal Highness. Q. Was the apartment prepared before her arrival or  � afler. A. As far as I can recollfct, on her arrival. Q. What liind'of aparlmeut was it. . .4. A large room. Q. Was there any conimunicattuii beiween that room and the one where-Bergaini slept. A.I don't recollect. Q. Do vou remt-mhcr the Princess going to Ballanzoni. A. Yes. ' --..'. , , Q. Did she dineat an inn tliere, A. Yes... :^. Q. Where did Bcrgami dine.- A. A saw him sitting^at.lhc table with the Princess. . Q. How wBs-Bergsmt dressed. A.. Jn bis Coi/rier clolhea. Q. Did he act on the jofirrtey as courier. . A. He was jiot Tiding on horeebar.k, but in a can.iagb*Jo'pass ihroiigli�f.�nall^ctirri�lori pr; -pamge, Jieyonil irfaicli vcre twor rooipr, aiid then came Hie frf^eplHg-roirai. � �'' � .1 ^ - - *-V" Q; Jn goHtg to the Blecplng-room, did the two rooms . Q. Did that eveft;)(appen wlien Bergami was left in.side. A. Do you mean iii^ide the apartment of her Royal Highness, or inside the aparlmciit of.Bergami ? Q. Did it ever happen when Bergami was left inside either. A. Nol when he was left in ihe apartment of her Royal Highness, hut wh?n he was left in bis own. Q. Did you aueud her Royal Highness-in the morning. A. Yes.  Q: Did ypn enter her nparlment by Ihe same way lhat you w_f re let out. .4. By the same commnnicati'on. . Q. Die! yon ever make any observations in the morning on Ihe duorW her'Royal Highness's room lhat opened into Ihe small cabinet, whether it was closed or open. 1 semclimes .fouod it half open. Q. On these occasions did you ever hear or see Bergami. A. No. . " . , Q. At any time when you went to call her Royal Highness in the morning did you see or hear Bergami. A. Never. "Q. Did you ever in the morning, before her Royal Highness was ilressed, see Berganoi. A. Yes. Q- Where did you see him. A. By the do(4r of his room . calling his servant. Q: Did you ever see her Royal Higbness at the same time. A. Yes. Q. Where. A. Al the door of the large room, when she was calline me. -;Q.-Jn;wl(at,8late was her Royal.HightiepB as (jt ^ress at ; Q. Had she any thing else on. ATKo. - \ Q. How was Bi-rgamidressed. A. fn a ma'nlje of hlne silk. Q. Had that niantle belonged to her Royal Highness. A. Yes. ' ' Q. How near were they to each other. A, About two paces iliftiaiit. Q. Did you ever observe them hold any conversation together from Ibeir several upartmeols. A. They sometimes spoke to each olher. Q. Were the doors then open or shut. A. Shut. Q. Was it only at one time or mure thau once lhat you observed this. A. Several times. Q. Didybu ever see her Royal Highuess and Bergami nn the lake during tbe first time of.their residence al ihli Villa d'Esle. A. Yes. Q. Alone or wilh other people. A. Alone. Q. Was it in a boat or a canoe., A. In a small canoe. Q. Did yon ever see them walkiuir together during the first lime of ihejr residence at lhat place. A. Yes. - � Q. In what way did yon see them walk. A. They walked tosether, someliines ihe Princess had Bergami's arm. Q.^D.o you remember the little Vicloriue at the villa d'Este during ihetr first residence there. A. Yes. Q. How did she address her Royal Highness. A. She called her mainma. Ci. Do you remember that happening before their going to the villa d'Esle. 1 .do nol recollect. Q. Do you remember where Bergami dined during their first residence al tbe villa d'Esle. A. Generally in Ihe h.-ill. Q. Do yuu remember Bergami ever dining wilh her Ro^al Hishiifss during their first resideoce. � .4. Once. Q. Do yuu remember her Royal Highness ever coming into the room where you dined while yo-u were at dinper. A. Yes, once. Q. Was Bergami at table. A. Tes. Q. Was bis mother at table. A. Y'es. Q. WJiat did her Royal Highness do on coming into the room. A. She sat down at the table beside Bersami. ^ Q. Do you remember at lhat lime seeing Hieronymus. A. At lhat iiiomeiil he was not at bin- table.. . . Q. Did you afterwards see him'before her Royal Highness left Ihe room. A. He came in afteiiwards. Q.. Before- he came in, did her Royal Highness make any observation abonl hiin� or do any Ihinff. A. Her Royal Highness said, " I hear Hieronymus-io the kitchen, and 1 mnsl-giv away," and she immediately left the room. . . Q. Did you accompany herRdy-alHigloiessoii her voyages to Greece. A. Ves. - Q. Do you remeniher landing at Palermo.-: A. Yes. . Q Was Ihe ship on board which you were the Leviatban. A. Yen. - . � Q. Do vou remmember being on deck early one morning. A. Yes. ' , � � " Do you remember after that going below. -A. 1 -did not go below. Q. Do yiiu remember seeing her RoyaK'Highness, after that, Ai Yes; immediately'. .;Q. Where.. A. In her carriage. Q. Was tiib Captain there. A. He was not. " Tbe witness, in reply to a question, having stated-that her Royal Highness, on a certiiin occasion, was<;in bed in her cubiuf was asked- " ^ Q. Did she know whether Bergami was at Ibattimcin the, cabin. A. I do not i-ecollect. Q.-DId her Royal Higijness go-to Conrt at Palerjno. . A. a Did Bei-gamirt you remember arnving at Messina. A. Yes. > -Q.-Du-yuwrerollect -Ihe'residence -of;the'-Princes^ near tbntplace. A. Tes.. . .> 'Q. Do you cxeidlecf how the bed robnta of .the Princess,. Bergami, anVt'iIie 'Countess 'Oldi^were;rel4live.ly'�ir.uated there. - A. Yes. 'J' ' ',;Qi De�cribellie�iVu�Oolvj whoac'roDm-wasnexMhfeJieii-roDm occupioU bi'the PriVicoBs. A'.' Thai dfilie Couiflesa ,owi. �'.'�I  -->.- ccsB to lhat of ib6 Countess Oldi. A, Yva. A. No. . . - � 7- Q. Oil these occasions was Bergami in bed. A. I ncvrr saw him in" Ihe'-moriringlntied. Q. Was he in his room. A. Sometimes he was, somclim-es nol. .Q. You'have said that  Bergami sometimes openr. " � Q. \Va9thereoaydopirbetwe6flliiat yard and the bed-room did she go. A. She pasnfj thi-ongh niy room in on.er to go . lo her �iwn ht.j mom. Q Al wh.-ii liine in the rooming was lhat. A. Nearly tin c'rilic'k. " (".!. H.id slie arij thing in her hant!. .4. She had a cushiuil of piiio*!-, iZ. W'fiv liio-'i- the cushions or piUows on which sl.ii ! oM.iiiiv ^it-pt. 'i *-s. j Q. How was she drcsietl. .4 . .She wh; not dces'-rd ; she �v.7-l j drt's'.ifil as in llieoiahl .-ifler I l\a(l iiinlre-st'il her. ! Q Did l>t'r lli�v:tl Hiiriinrss :il lijt^iil v'siiiilly steep in liiyt ; div^s. A. 1 don'i kno*. ] A Net' t' I-io'i ol)-ervf�l. Itint the vvilnfs-^'s :iii>iwrr v. � s ; ni 1. " t iii)n'i (.'now;'' but n'en Juir ritri-( know t-a. I, lliini nb jol it." I U. Do yon lino'.v what kind of ilrt-ps her lli>y-4l Hislniu;:!' 1 sU pt Io ? j--r['riiis qoeslipn was ohjrrled to, as i^oin:; lo a fuel \i'}.ii.'� ! cotiitl Oi)t ifC v.'ilhiu ihe knovvlfdije of Ilit- ivmie>>.j ' Q- \Vhat part of her �lress did her Koval Higliriess u.in:(liy Wf'ar when sht- went to bed. A-. 1 left her every evnii-.ig\ii a lillle while night eown or robe. U. When yoti snw her come from Ihe Coonirs.s Oidi's room on Ihe occasion you have mentioned, was she (Irt-s-eil in a similar robe. A. Yes, it u-as a robe of tiiat WwA-u . eiiint- up as ftr as ibis. (Inflicaling the shouliltr Hod ihe ^ mrli-JMil above Ihe bosom ) ! vhnl yOu lefl her afler ondrt^ssing. A. Alniosl aj-\v--ay'-soiiieiiines she had on a small silk inanlle or > :l',tU. I (i. When yoti say that she sometimes had on a small silk ( cloiik, was that iu addilion to the small gowu- you liavu dc-smlu'd. .4. Yi-s. 1 Q, You have said lhat Bergami slept in Ihe room lhat wa^ first used hy Ihe Countess Oldi-where did the CounU-ss slctj*. at lhat lime. A. In a small bed which was put f.jr iier into ;' her. Koval Hiehness'srpom. Q. .4nd wliirre did the litlie Viclorine sleep. A. In !he same room. _ . - ' Q, During the night oS.^^hich you have been speakistj,; ' ; did you bear liie litileViclt-.rine. A. 1 beard her cry. Q. V^'llat ni�;hr'was Ih.n. A. The same night. ?- ' Q. When yo" sity ibe same uighl, do you'n.-eau the ni;ht pieceiliiig Ihe inoriiing oji .which you saw her Royal Hic^i^. '�' iiraa come ihrough your hed-room. A. Yes.  i'*': Q. Describe ail you heard that nighl in Ihe room."wiiere- the CoiintesB 0!di.ajid.yicior.i,ije.slept,tos<-tber4.^i;i._. .,-^..,,4 :-Earl Gis-y observed, thai ii. did iioHo;Ui'� iipp^ity-iviiethrr (he Couniess OWi slept in her own room on Ui-h; uigh.t. . Tho Earl of Liverpool said,-lhat perhaps ilio \v'iiui-ss hzi\ better he asked, who slept in the Cuunlesb Oldi's room that nizht? Q. You h.ive told us lhat Bergami, in coosrqoriKi.' of �!,'-nuss, liaii chaiit;ed his bed-room, niul slepl ut lliat whif-li. had before been occn pied by Ihe Coonlos Oliii-iiow \uu-^ was thai before the morning of which jou iiave b'tn speak ing.- A. I do not j-u.ir liia her Roy.ll Highness didg,uy ihing. .. CI Wh.il did her Uoyal Highness do at the ti-r.' u vou saw her couie out of tbe room where Ber'4.-Mt.i slep;, wilh the pillows, as,you have described. A..iino listd licr eyes on me. ' Q. What did she do.. A.She went into her o-'ii room. Ci. Did she say any Ihing. A. No. i � Q. Had you been iu the habit of remaining so li^te .-is Ie;i o'clock in that room. A. No, 1 generally went to my break-fust- at nine. Q. During tbe time lhat Bergami slept in ihr Coonlcs'i Oldi's i-ooiu, when yuu say you went lo hretiki''-.-,t :-i ;.io-.-, wr4-e tbe dooricillu-r of Bergami's or of the Pnncus,". nloi.i oppn. A. L never saw ihein open..- . - Q During ihe time lhat Bergami slept in th=it room had yon ever been called lo dress or attend her Royal Highuess bifore you weui to breakfast at nine. A. No. . ��. . CI- When.vou.returned from breakfast, how did yoii find the doi,rs nsuully. A. Shut-bul (afler a short-imuis..) ^.ume-tiines her Royal Highness was op. Q Was her Kuyal.Highness iu her own room. .4. Y. Si Ci .You weie describing something ihal.passed iu Ibe rdom where Ihe Countess Oldi and Vicloriue slept together;- have you desciibed lill you observel!. A. 1 heard Victorin^; weep, add caUout "Mamma!" and Ihe Couniess Uidi eo- At the: lime Kiben her Royal Highness came through .yoor room as you have,described, wer� you alone in bed. A. I was np. . , . . � Q, Was any other person in tbe loom. A. As well as I 'rcoiillect^iuy Mster-wasiiiitlheisameroum with me. - U..ijto.^�i^recpllect>i!l�ethef jour-.sjsterwas njiorin bed. A. My sislcr>raa:up.v , Q, When herRoyaMlighneasfintsavyou in Ibe morning,
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