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   British Press (Newspaper) - September 4, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Tb.4iMIt4>MNew#^^�rMri^X�ir(te(birfrhiti��i.  TVIHE CO^IVUITEB for LETTING the /alHlS- :ESllENm45^ MONDAY, �e�.f. 4, '    ^  'MACBETH.     ' * .   . Vhiiiw-4��A�ilL Mr.Kesn/M*rdwir(ent �ime\4��:^. "fMr John Noitkt * qenfl^^VJtokVatker J�j.p1icalit>u ai tfeCo�iplidlllert�%, dinWh.U. iJ^Af " Tiii�i3,Urf.il�rlofe. ,      , 1     . st^i ^r�., t�.^|- WEDNESDAY, thi; ]3lb day �r JirplemW }��9A�'at: the-OFFICE-or PtACl; of on^ of the Fobr VUtlOU JOS; BVSHNifI�^,CuiBji|ifl|^^ Thn day if pubriahed, lb 3 '*oUr Kmo pricqlf. 4�. boani>, r ilUE A B BO r-T, a^ltomoiiCN   By ihe Autiwr < X \ af � i>S  Hiiraf, Ree�, Orow, ^ndBfowcfl, J l^mton- CRiwtsbif ftmV Ca, �ud John WiftMywS, fiook-^ ^P*^^^^i^^'Vet,'pn .o,�,.pXw|�cipl6, bar il4itvimn^haifr.Jlft^. ani\�iriuiiieiiii1^LM^ ,for U'as.ttgb^tLuiivaiiaUiif^rMCirclci.        ,       . oiSr13�o>irJ�� Bl'Efebro'iGWkr. fOT ? .l^'^?*^?-:?^^?^^''?^ f>^S?�br'!^.,cota*eiiMB at 1 ^,�i''S,',*^?'S5�ybs. bad nigh 1rsiice,Crotn Ten till Four. - ..->�� ?}8:Rt^y,^a Ifoirfil, 3 roll ,1/, 1,.- '4^Al!!i$A^'9f:^.mMMVSltyi QUEENXAROMNK { i^i        ^arliaulariiA^ ber ap|ieai�nee-�ii ' ^,aflftwn�*t. �TX�Oep<(.B�^|beT�iratr^*r.&p .  -.   Ry AN EY&WITNESS. ,    J,r.Mni "tffrdg to.-:�peffc.il) thiiie ear will make iltee ^�n?b�.jr5t i|re,.tl(�y.imi^ lOv ligbt.fbr Ibe aattrr.v^HAK-'i ��g*^��. JlV     - '. I    -       � ,V �-. Pri.nt^jai4d;pnbli�b�tb^^^ Broadwiij tad- gateJiiil^    ^ f .   ffheremajtbe^ bad,'prif l^ft\Mi^^ �aR(XLiNE! iAMEtiliA t ELIZAt^ETH, tlUECNMieENGLAND, rgr^jin alieeat ' K .:;AduUetout , Inlercoiirie'' . rntli .Bartol.mtfd . Bci>�imT. >y.ill�Xtaleta^4Camau:iit�.. . - i.    , .^S -ft* lieniaa oMp wboT^tohot taget r.J .j^jf fawVifeJ 4�S^ talksut tli^boupiir 9tid,�BfetyrDrtheconatiyvy*t'lt!idi�t�it' 4Utrre;i�,its pe�c�, lU oioralir, aid^ rta hapi^ioeas, ate titlbi !.�u>fi fr ii�e�li4i ��rti leh the attrlce lifher fi t,   I' if        �>      i/' elk yon went to .'tbe;l^iHi�i�� IA�r�o)hte^a^ "'%B�i^^t$&|.poJe, ^ hiijliMbteea lu tb7�Ma�S�iw> fj ^   WWim'i*.���le)l. - ..    , tt�Hl4iQ |lij*j(wS�*i��li*M*i�-btlniKti�ft m '^HCSPiSl dF,|JblWirSAtiiuoJ^iSjj,^^ |; .'! At e^^tjpuiatea to ieii o'clock the I.i>cd, Cbanceller.en* .l��;d tbe House, and prayers irere read. ..The: iiameaiteiog called over, an^.befo'relhe.Connsel were ealird in, Tl)e,LordCiiaacfllorsai^,' bis brgilbers b*d:made or Ibe Duchess of Klogstoirs cau.P^rbaps^it wootdi be properiosaltMi ifaeCponsel,. that Ihey migbl.^iuforaied as to what bad taken place. . Tbe Counsel were then called lo and took tbeiritatioos.' , . I'he Lord.CbancrllcHT sM^,-*bat the,<(li tditbecoasidenition of^tba Hfonref as-one liiceTy to euide them, in Ihe decisioonf the^ueslioo ofyesierday, bis; b^rdship^od Ibe iodges bad given .ttteir mature ddiberaiiou fo.ibaleaacinad'he waaitedy-'lo ity to�iuimine.l>olU'tbe printed tfial audithe Journals.uf ihe^Boase. ,Tfae Duchess ^.Kiiigstou. bad beeu indicted for l>i^nty.~[Here his Lord. Vbip.rcail the charge as it appeared juevideiice,. and-baviiiic gone through as piucb of (bat evidence yaaiappearcd to make lbechnreegQod,hetorned tiithecross-examin^tioii of oucuf l^e chiff witnesses, JuifMh'Pbi.llip>,whusebu8baodbadbcen . sl^iird to, the ;Duke of Kiugiltun.. , i his cruss.examiiiation ^ttentMo pT( char^ed. I)<' referrnce to the laileir circumstance,, :Mr. IValtape, whiftu the .Lord Cbancellureulagise *v�-tbe sl^femenis contained in tlinn,'nor to�opt(odict JVIrs. Phil- l^art oribiCrfntmiMan!.^ : ... ,J.;'.,', tVbatiaSait�iJ^''B�,)t�Ilallaft^t)�w� �l V lMitl|e�S�plHWeMt Pf tbc^AO*?}^ w t whatfa be be�det*.^irem�n ? .Ji do|i;t,|tpaw4;+'d�a�.�. aoldier, an  fllcer, ^ftU^  nn| knowrwbt^tJlil^i^j^^ Uu,y  .' ...jyberedid yoirxXowlum beforArhe cametolell you (a go lo tBiUn?' Tn the bbiiseof^M r^nc^a.   -';.,    .. So be,wa�,al�oiu tbeMrvicftoribePriaciw) Yea,  i .- J;M>ppas� w^ep liecame^he W4�ii0 longer.inber^crriM?  And at thai limelie waa^nlb� aervtre of the Milan Con*, mistioii, I su^p.^^t KotJ^y .expenses hav^ been paid.ffle iieriJ/.-:  V"".   . . ff I:ttudersXood ybii rigbtljt,j^ examined oWy�Bc iler)esMiiqal|o^^' Yetl fviWw t6eieW�rat-itaya �uece4*ive daya, jir'wiere Ibey at ,dijreient44iD#i?--'Tbey werefoltowiog^d^^ . t^'Tb^nltwa'i^iirybneexamioBiio'tt' 'Y�^ at Milan.   . When iiwejon'iiWimi^'''ASwa^ � B>'w)bim?  It was by a Maguti;te,^wheu).t -^vitot know. ' -Wbefe-waa it^ Wftii- wa*the Magtsfratc? Idi, not know the Magistrate,.!! waa at the bonse of ,Mr. Pow^l.       .> ''" Wai it oit tbe.su]qere uf wtKiesi^a.exidence; . It sp^nid thai she bait been jirought B�{ui� a Magrstralej and ttarre i JlWirwcsorbeteifTt ^fortHMiuJlaliurl tit�.r^. i|�e;;iEWf. i/b��t t'o-fssure iiie^"/ tl�<5j ifH',^. f�" 'jmirfd^'niiWi^m^^^ ,lw�1fci�e. t"i,f�Pkli' ^aii'vi&iAS^ifvtt^ -was. nift j^niWr^'i ,Ji0nmMvifPf^1�tUmmMj^ r^! 1^^^'-nLfi  �* *'ur Vt*ft*8^ItvbrtEMstlWsa'il*ay.a>lMvd)1^l�n�in-snitge*t^ll^^hatM-Ibe Mini^ bad btea dia-tiacHy'htaMr below ihe^ bar,ibe Repurtrra sbottid: b$ directed ot to rrpurt'ii..��' < - 'Tll�.iianlChinc�llor said thai,' ilrictly sp�akFis7'no 'pn-.' aoa'badaHght to be below the bar'at'alii'andfbey could not be allowed to be thire If they did uol atlewl to that which Ibe House iUelf-iQiK-   ' .  . - Tbeiql^/prfler cmiliiHied tlieveadlDg 'until be came tih aoother-naiDei wblchlie pronwiiiccd-aloud. Tbe I.�rd Chautcllor-Vuu have-not afteoded to what' yen .wcm told when-yon -tome to n iiameyuu- shunid stop,' 'till ymt-heiir wbatJibe CoiMsel on both sides-aayU it. * '.Tba'ivadinitnf'lbe letten in llie�rigin-tlie two Interpreters should; tak^ one tbe originals, and-tlie other tlie translation, and i ^aaa.-if.tbey�gr�ed.-I'.-: .-s-- .Eafi trrey. said a few wortls.which were not heard below '�fcrSifi-i'V-',..a-..i :.-j.-vi;rv.cu:....c-     ; �� Tbe-bmlCbaocelbr dttsrted the Interprrtrrs to compare, the viginala-With-the iMnslatian, and inform the Hi>u�e if) tbeywcte^agRctt in- the- traaslalioo^ and during tliatiirae' tbe'witni>sa.Higbtbe allowed a chair. - " ' Lord Kenyan saidyrthatbtididTnot know what olhrr Noble; tardsFaMM�<�ceu*toani^tovlhel riWg�ftt#wft|i^ bahilt of faahionaWcllfe, IM ve*l rt��*�liP�'�fi^.'^'5 It IS ta^kf ''"ito/ftearrtglheibjfction of tbe Attorney General to the TeBdlUgirf^bei�,llie House bad directed -Mr. WoUice to proiMirftf1iis'*rence'      * ^ , LorJ efskrne taid, that.th? letlera ought tobfiiutin bifcf inA^^m waa clearly nf die same opinion with ihe Judges^ and j( was io coiisisleni with llie knowledge and Tftngttilerlence which be ^a'd of the rules *pd furacltce of Wideirte, Hbal, bad the /odgea given * conlrarjf opioioiii 1ic wonlilJiave btooght'ine iiiattrr,;u,rifrah argftmeut upon every uo^ of tbe rtreption* wiiidi he niu^araisr. - Thet9r.H!lianceirar�id, Ujpji^A t" Wm unqneslion-abit, thitf the laSjis laid <�own by.,lhe Lc.rued JudgM was /enrrict j -aiJfitrflsn ai.peared'tbit tbe^^ouiparaonba House  pli�iun �� �ii W-^'i^      toib{ti�r^;Cb|ip�el|^ iWrt^firroJiib^i^igpfJ!^^ Vititt exercised over Ike witile8i),.^a^oJtI^^lni^|pui^ ceediiig:which she.lmddescrij^dj^ tliijt.^j, jis-v;-.-;   .-'v.' . r,!Mr;^Wi>b)|ins iiltojremiii4!>llirt 4J^.JHitHceria^ iriilbon ti^h-'ldei^bul wojijild ,aud..feileM!cr.;by:.an,oalb i Ihemidslof all tbeie unmberkss pleasurra^ I .war-sad and silent';'every;: oiie qnizzrd nie on myiiMlilR^renee   I, who uscit-lobe. sogay beforeiiiydrparlurt:.' I was not lusensibic of-my^daliRStf iball spite'oCall "y endeavour*,.could not grr-tlie my character, and taxed nie wilb luKratilmle ? Ob^GudiiJ woold'iarreiidrr-balfiny'lire^ could sbe but read-my bean ;f ibawotthl' ibcB ItfacouviMced of. the. iu&nite'reiipett, ilie'un.. limited altachmeut, and the perfect affcclioil I have alwaya-eiilrrlainedfurTheraugosipenioo. I -'"> 1 thouhfcbav*.wished, mydear Alanelte, to liive written i to-lbe:Cnaury'4u-lbaiiki him fur.ihe kindness be has shewn ' me^ but I was afraid to trouble hint ; tell bim, one-line, it'. bevwvDld'&ut-liBve-lhe -euuttneas to write to me,, would ' afford nte a little tranquillity, since it would make me hope fdr-pardon, <* 1 was afranl her Royal Highness would be dtspleasedat. tbe course I have lakeir in my joarnry; - Judge, tiieti^- of my.' happliiesvwben I learnt that she was out at alt angry at it;: .b^l,�u.tbe conir4ry,.gaVe.me leave tu take- it.-. In-irath., : Ihifpretcucebas beeu.yery usrful to oiev for, yon are'saQ^ ' ci�ittlyarquaioted witli the world tosui^pcct tbatv.l-.bave-btrn aisailedT with.qoesluios,: p^ixicnlnrly by great^fbHts-Gir4 am-iHit vaiiijenoilgh |a think that Ihaye bieui,siwgbt.;,u .!;,^a�9ffetii tiiA...puuieraua cirrlr, have I wHbeathu;> ..siasm^epiRneralrd.bet: gfvat qualiiics, her.rarft-lalents^ fi*f ; imldntaii,. her  claim, tbat the-world ia:uiijusl,-to cause �u much uub^tipt. urss 10 one wbo: deserves it aulillle,, and wbois.Bu wortbyof bemg bappji, You-cannot think, Mariette^-what a-oaise my^liltlie jonrnat has maite ; it has been, if-I m8y-us0lh^ Maii-, 'aUalched 91} i EVerytouehas-reitd ilj'ii-^r-^'begged-Bifeto tether carry il tu Lxusanne: all the EngIlBli.wlr�ViCt^lbCr^ ^waDleit-^td'seeitspnuiediatelyi olhave been detightrilat it, forydu fcnaw. ksayiin-ra a great deal^of-the bestMul'uiott aoitpblC'Priiieess.Im: the;;world^; -4 retaie^mdeiatratt the traita of iicusibilityjind of generosity.whicTi sbe. hiftaliewu�5 !tli�m�auefjiii--wliii:b'ahdr ba^rbeeU'Veeei^; applauded, ihe. riibed^^jQ all the place* we.haVfevuiiled.        ..>;.? Yuii.ku^w ^afwherfr tlie Pi1n6r�s is i^y subject I^am lidt barriaii eoiisequeally liiy joomaT i� embel.liijhed' wuh UH^iiffiHioirorifcySifart, my sreat��t-Mtsire baling: al�4y�' beeta that the, Princc� should apjiiii^ 'fo tk wtiat tbi; rrally m, and tbat ibll jbnice'sbOttId be i*e�dered to her. I assure joli Matabhiiuglidistwi,'It i�libflW-iAy jlesire; aii^^^ t aCiiiJ ^alW�M'�ndi^votir witb tetl tb^ knch way bertbe ^dHii^aiiiFdirw-K*^my-V i>>'<�P'tctly'W)nBtiow. Yfiu^Siay; �Htffi��!m^ttty^tt, liaj>fe tiod! tftniestgjpt ^"^^^^^^^^^^^^  llte'l��ti**�W*�i�>V' The AlmlKbty abai>3oii�' iio.�nr, -tfucbHis'�lliS^'V�li�Wf iiiliieaUtyjUhiffl.y A^ovd rriHita-titmJabrlWtKsp.aCaiiktigirdlir..-' ./ �iVtV. l%>i*leiVeyan  ^ n.�/W^?i^ . a^poMSbM^ftrrtnl-fi-fW ilid yo.i JmiI ktroJT iJig parnj feel i^l' ttsvbig d)nie*iio  t -.lo nyt ihn.'k, t -evelf #af goi'lly of rjHravaj^i-e, bnl I^bavo'uiif iJepriveil mwelf^otfaany ,th|i�g�.,�lhirh were-ainnisl. usctTess. Yon Snow thai fevery one b'rre,-as el�e ;,"F�6iida species of-lel^Qve, ��*-l�i�loveitlll more, her geherosiiy, I do on jry tonudeceiveany-ni^V'iantM^tKutJyijtiuagli I harej;re3t -n�rd of money, I dunVdare y�|-|o ash my guardian fitt^cn^. I kwnw how lo be-m.der.-ite,' aifd am at no. expense-. I haveoflrn rt fleeted, thSl if I Rad alwayk acle* in the sam ' Everyone shuohrecnnomize as much-as possible; one 'r^ii giitu by ho other means. ProBt by the Irasuii^^l. hav*^ jiisi' siveiiynn'; b�! BHnred'll will' tre'siitotary toyoiF^'fur 1 speak fiom�|>eriencf. Mj^^'ia not tent flic )iac)i�|; I wrote it} hiin JIVay^try toget-hcr a. dtaatloa; 1-ancu9vniced.ihe.wiLt| gTve^uit-no.-raoscta rr. grri It. She is much altried for tbe belirr; alie is gay, anil always, ini good bijmaur,.mild, ubllgiitg,m short, of a character tu malie henelf bcluvrd. wherever sbe i goes; forsfai.. hasan eieellent heart, and knows how to becuntuutrd lA aU situsliona. Margaret Is enlirely amtabtrj of a pi-elly fijarr, and so lively, tlul she, make* one half ihad with langliing. LuuisB'is very genteel. 1 assure yuii,jilear ManetIr, they are vail chauged: very much for the. belier, add 1 am quire contented with them.  . " I have lieeu fur this month past in my favourite chamber at Colombter, where �uine..rep3ir>..haTe beenxlonetfor example, \ chimney, and a small cabinet,- wherein i sbep. - I'mah^.bltleexcur^iiiiis ufte^n in our eiiviruus,'and frequently receive wisitK, which afford me aionsemeul. i 'V.Mhinfcl bear yuii say, StVellj deavriiouisa, what dil you mean lo do� Won't you marry? . Wh�t-do�a .i . . ,.-1 d�?*l I will tell you. word for;wurd.: I ^very day fetl.more and mure- repugnaucclo .-roacnage: -baadoac-all III- his. power to  :.: i v i �! - : "If ihis amuse you; I will teH yna of severaLolIicrlovro, -not lets.drsirable lhanbe.; t aos..ivrry.ft>olish.-iierhsps, in, ri-fuse tlieiu; fur fliry are infinitely better iban I am-per--baps l-itv>y one-day -jeprrit it.-.-Y�n-.know. ihe-proveib, M. H� who Will no!.,"; &c^ ,'tinf Commanicaiiun with any at' -them.~-ir love and cberuh aweet liberty-alone, and wi.iU tu preserve It u long aa.I.can.    -        i- > ii  furbul.it, as fun;; -as. her Royal Higbuess shall with.ta>ktep^you in her semes. .You-cao..have .nu'<'better<'bappiiiess^ ...It<;i3 imppSMhl;! ! Bewareiof forming any 8ttaehment.i4iyatt are too young-,-rrmain free. Be assured yuu. tfill be a thousand time* mote bapVr '   , � do not rrcommenil prnilrnre to-yon, brcause l-'knniw ynu liio  you-/.kiu>w-tbetefo(e, 1' eaa-give;vu>i �^chrKdviceaayuu'sbonld'follaw^especially asit i* also Ihst .df Olirt-mUther.   -   -   �     . - ; t ir� ^llf.:;:.-i,: fl 1   Highness, beseeching b(r-4a-.�ccept my bnmble-.Cf :ipretr;> tfit-tb*rc ta not.nny ap|winiDee?offtpa(tIoii^; bat-.lcUrttc !alwa$t Ibe troth, l :Try aw ttttraauadeher Ro)*! Hlgbuetii -tlnrlI'tta^andalwaya-ahaU^bHj:sb-wHitely devothi:to^beir, !:that.D0'8acri6ce; i.j�>uM.--niakei(oe( ber ;wouldppea^..to�  fur^ rmetbe: 'cbarmiiig^.:^Vjetoriue;. :i!epeat .jbIso o nw >tb�ub*-to the Caunl;atnl�ft�stvblmiIf*haUjK*�r&CBrt.^ .^kindnesv..'iRemcpibccnaejItt lb�j3attt|te�s,^I8aiSune'�Mria. -p*4e*i � d:th4yMm:k'e�te'ji^tti>bfuf^yqnr Vpp^it. ^.b�lr�e,*�!WcvBr,jth�'iiw*t aiBcete *Alw�KiWB�^ > �1: .y�H iHU �ElJ)>UriiUytWi�yBn*liba* fvim u aidt*Mil. �Hi|:,'tliab MrH?^'�^^''*l^'P<<�r..fay^.-Mi|l .�iHm�c'U.Iu >II�tiidlt-in^difqrt^w.-lr�ae�ftnuiiKy'� M �'f-yYiiw,�|iljH�)t^ larjwg if yna tend me at tbcraau) time 4be4�i>a��ii ta�iii�i!��Mkcfc�ptt>ia!^if yniaiw*.^ *lr�.l ttiritli nfUilto; Makbis^(Bia|piiti(eDt�toi Mr* Hytttfeynstn,   

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