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   British Press (Newspaper) - September 8, 1820, London, Middlesex                                1 ) �i! ?� J �   � t?f3 li^v'> ,   r-* (jj s�S �5 a'�r; This' e'^I^^^J^S^S^'m^^^ �f Norfolk, A, rarl of ififttii^'mr, Wjtf'ilJHJ YQuog Me�ao�rfc llfr..[9m 'lieltf?�i--:*'............. -fp....... ...... X *i1i'lieqiaArCaed^6tibtlaife,�>iw�'jB�amdn4o ^ S��r�*i^l3�*.FlMt Galkry, ;2,.-Be90Bd. GaU ^"><; ^Box�a lo,be (al(Ctt�{ s�r^MaMin>hanr, at �hpThieaji�s..v:.r,[;,;ii;;., lic3iatfr tjme,  new Oper�i�"Di?nna, ^ Damr,       e'xclwiKly tVbulriaw,ai^BeI(>l) Eas(,IaiVA,aoa Fji{,rfigq ipn^d.PrjtUh \Var^b**  in entirepafef.fui^^ pmrlaiius, Ifyjfbv V tee, 4tc, and      wide j/fidjil^JaT � ' l!!|l^^rnpecifajlty^,infuriiia , F4roM��~foTn�i^g,ttV�fe'l*J>r. mcDic^oit,  '*^ nnlii^be fflad^famJbeacGuilDieed richjvari^Mnf.evcry.kfnd of,F�roirs,',pb.Daj,Foreign �;idnfinlisb DamtfJlMe Jtio?ij:|,,�boi�*PBigua�lii>t? emrifms lochia,s^nd British tUfudus^ tar fiitml waar and Gentlemen'^ ^Mect(cU,^bP ^ In er?(olbR:anfl Cu��Bea ^. French Cambqi9;v ^Kurfia Aad Dibl!r&i^^bcr|inKs v^^h'^i^f i>n^carmi^^a,^ri}i|h tHsbmerf^'ipJoU^-aadiquarei peculiar tuJbeJloUfe the Uc�r�(l ..^hiupible Arliclea, ^fur �TeqiDg:aii3, (yiorqiDg^ l}/e�v at -filled �i icOf fcom-.wliich �o, 4t:rialiun la^.nS'ad^} and 'IboWartlcIO se|ecied by |bi; Picte ori^ms^.atjibc i(bo1csa|e "iHice:: If^W: Braving aad. OiDiag-room -jj'vW iiV-t .        f,%~.'vH ii-,- i). fSOItSifil OPHtORDS; 4^ � ..;.AtS�reiiifpi!i.q(Mbffpte tea o'clocklbe-l^td'.ataacettor f^Mi!^ii^f.^f'e.ri1f!C�ym^'!*!l:tea^ittid /l()e.daip�s-^l|�d 9�erTIfte, uumbrr.o/:,ppalogiea .oif *�>m�Ji.4j��r thcappUpaUpo frbif b,be M .made^ealer* '7^ r ;i,:*2P&!^P^?*^' "-iliifeMrlilfonitaeSoniiecelelwat^r^^^   " '     f   >^,,"lrH'^.JBBfl     OP THE ist%. Harfey. ,^l&^rtirg.i-eti ftjra.     � Cb'aiM^jley^.BrjdM^ wM.b, PjBW;:de�^gi>fcs,i:epre�fntSDg nn ^llliimSiiaieil ,OrieDl)!tttif�e*pfitrMaulaey �l�r>tJV^Mr;:J^l-IbIlspllV-8an?j� MriNaliTeHBsMdj Adit^ A?r.i '- � Tabine,JUr    Kemblr; Maney, Mra.4lardyn. Tickela'(0;iie bad of M�; Terry^^fr^Mtiobt-atiiVtf, Groave*. nor-squaiie^ aorfe?4be,fit?i�(l�mpce� (aabmi^l|editba!.a|]iPUeaUai> .lp-.ibe (n.�ire�^staDGea,,iaaghl -blare inad� iMeceaaaiylo vritbdraw It.     , r ^   t 1tIr.Br0agham.j>aid,. that be; B^pppsed, (bat tbis.Rnu, ciReibft]be prosecodoD, ,unleai,;'Coii>!^tbiDg-8hould^Qme oitl in bis criiss-examiaatiuu .which.would .make itipfcesssry.fpr OiUDiei an lbe.otlier'8ide..lo xpll fnub-witqesfiesf ..Tak^ ipg t)iaf,aabe.bad.obsei:ved;ye8terd8y,,fpr .tbp;.bypp�heuc8) p'psitioh )�: wluti^.>llie.4�8e�tuod, be w^bed.lto^have.Thepr (Jbi� Slajpccbi. called back,'ibatbp. (Mr. Bxpugbam),inigbt pnt-one!OrtWo,qae8lioD8toJiim, ,,1 ^Ti>e Eart 4if Lauderdale poiatedputrsome.inaccttiacies.i!) tfie.prftiled minules. ,,s, ... .^.^        :\  i        ..i.^/?� ''"The �jirtjuf Liverpopl tboogbt. Ibat tbe;co)aurabIe!cross> .fxamipatioii on produciog J}eBionf'aj|e(lera.augh( la bejCj;-pdiiged,�t(hpugb Jbe^Kubject matter of thep>.^ad,�erlaialy become;6ub�tiii>li,�e eTideucei ,:� ,...,,',.,;v i,.,,.,^t -s,-! ; 'iUr- BTouglfl^ni tbqpgbt lliat, the evideoce 9iiicb,DeniPnt ^      reVpectin?, a.alory which she. heiard re1ated,<-,^bq,'beg' theseJf�polepp| teUi g. e,lexcu;8cd rroip..ine4rr�j)ing..il,.aud. lheyj.'in. Cop. curreatewiihihe sense pf.tbe itousci had rurborne to press tbe pp.pr girl Jo- |be utterance of what -she;ifeU, fepiiznance IpJ bbj,!i was, su.agreed to by,bim. and bia.Lfaried Col. leagunt.underthe itnprcrpion that all the particulars c[apacc(l ed itilh it jhopld be^ slfuck out. Indefd, be believed ibat tb�|r Mrdrtjipfbad ordsred the i�holeaf the�-i6.be strack pirs.he,lnli>uteB,.-.,    '.^ ..,,.,��.- : '. " ' TfitJJB^U'ijbancellaVia^ .     ?rPH{;^'�^.^xpreE^ed his aaiisfaflion at his Lordsbip'a ..?*4^t!.Atto.rnej.G.eneral said, iTiit be was pot aware ibat �l>'f*.�^'�.�.ny.�,ucn puderetandipgat.llie linje,. T^ie House cldwpa^y�^very gene^ej.murinur.;^ , .M';.P*ninBU said, Ihat.it rtas sjijy qpon the andeS^and-r }PXW�^!Ll�? whole PtlherParticiiiara W� am said, fbsl upoo:inspecting the mipat^lBe foVudjUiaV (he, particulars,wtiicb he, bad just beep u^rhin^ of'tocrpriDted mipnici. i ' ' l��d;Chan*eIlor saAd,,he belieTcd diat vibe fliiniles' . Of MK'iSitiifp^r.wdulil bcfouoQ ini^ibi^ as oii'fPiber �>lceaiioni'ID'be,:Verv,o.rcurate.......'.. ' r;rflnt%hatn.saidi; tliak ibej h'ad felt^Jhe (rutii pT iCat  ::i'|AD�Vti'~beard of ibis Hnme.afJiiliiu Ciesar . Do ^PifilcQpW �nyperson of the name of Savazzl ?  Vei be Tr anMlaltan^ (ihe wlf iicss stopped, then added) } I baVe ajewjrfle^la Milan.j Ibtli^^^^^ pi bisshojtj.. rhaPCseeii.him;. he isafal^nian.     . ^    . ' ' i'A-P^sV fci/irtpirfineif of tiie � incoUerenry and ibioVceciprss pf ibesYiBWernnd.lheVao.slatipu. .      .    ,.. ' TlifclBVerpMterVarii'''lie'couiii li'o It. The'witness would persist III lalbrng-wlriie be was translating, and be cuuld nur]renr:8ndrpfaklOu.,r ,V-, � '         1-  ' ^ .Tfi'eSa'in'e 'Pt-ejr deairrd iiiat (be witueifa liiigbt be a.slcfd, itt be' said' tbi|t ;be uiideiataud iliat a' pn-soii nameii Gsvaxxi (ived tbetc^but'llnl be did ^iipt know J      be so or doi.f -^Beiiad.iri'Jird of t1iis"G�vajizi''at'Milani�y name, but wbei Iher b^ lived'tliere or nut wituesR cuuld DOt.say. '~ : ^. Mr..BroughamrrU'speak .of p^OaviiZjt! -wfiu lives in.Gre-'vUle-streeiVvii'rwas lining, tfrerp (n jPebViJary last ? .-i, re� . member ihistiava^i loid :me he; bad-a rela vacii at Mltan.; forjfwheii I citme'.to-'liourtiib J ' niel .tbii Joullg iWii,' nuU ll^jiii'lie I0I1I' pie: thVil. be' Jisd 'a relaiipn The Yarn pi iUrscleOr? Mr. T^ytfilS^vi |i^w.^!li;.tl^t;y(Vi.Aid not^spy jto, Gavastt, tl^at yon gotfmarel^�n^oajiBkefl?i.t,nfser.8atd sp./.i >.......     .. ^. Do ^pnknp,w,,ppQ^p;eeb yisrtli;?; .ii neiter beaf4ptbini. !:^&p-ryattiknp� a.pe�am:of;thejieaeof G6seiti?vr ld�npt kopwia peponipfthal.aanei! m.-j;. ;>=;?, j rins .v;:      �., f 'linfead a.pcrkoniwba'3iv&laiUqiiprpaad.flree( ca�> DOt.aay^I caat.vnlyMineiniirivtbatJ canyejbereio-ia tack and I went away ibs&lrqnk^Xbii((fa�^A/�r.)9Tl do not kPpw the Eo^hah laDgnage.. ,   ^ . ,  .tio(hlDg�bout bini"petfeUly:well assopn/sa I t�ld:yon^ibestreet belllred ini .'/I:r�niemb^re4 bim because-; 1 knew bis luuoe, bu�npt:becauserJ>WBs-.tbld>Ile Jived. ita.tbegacden::iT^..-. hause^wbera:yoU>aiidGafaz^i .dined t. i.Tfaete .wereniBny;lialiana.iffaoiC&me: tbere, jflad>tat:dowu �a(t dtnedi'  1 - j  � .   -   .       .-. j.iba-you.nat bnPWi.�iv frei)ueiitly;op aod^ (down-La ndpn^r to abew yOA lbe.rway.iiad toiexptett-.thlngBlo yoa?v ^pt]inowUbat hafwiu|iat:.UibiPet4iiaUr;?r .It: wb* (std-aa j-a.'carpente*',- a jojn(r.>i �:'^t �.;-y;/:ir.', '.1: t-r   i , :rDa;yolt retdlleet.^going-^iitli faNeitbe^.tbie.diy Or. tbe day after the late Kiag!BfitiierBlit�.tbeiwn� end iofi tbrtnwa the,west' eDd.:ofvtbr'laistlt ^�2carrie(l imeraboat aii4brdagbt.'mfeberejSDd4bereii�oAtoktiiie4hi*it ibli;aiid tbat'dt tbatiubwl.l;d)d'ndt�|iaifc4(fcetb4r.tiwiraBtbi�, and ibatcwsfftbat-2�i(9fi.}   r'i     , -     ->    j y^'iDid youia0t:^o�ilbbiai;Ia.|be:WBf^al ^tajlneribed a(beroBr4he4ay>of.(beila(el(W|f�4in>�'a)^rr-t^^ lb%*U>if�-9i  '    ' ------�.- me.iibit dsyrjl tntme: nefkfrV^Ui........   . Da^ypuaotneattt9:say^'tfaatitKMtontbaiday:wbca-tbe people wenegpipg^toibeJCing^s,funeral?-rm-i.v.,~; ; iSpme Pper. here, unteqipsed aiutcobjectedMi^.tbe fprm af theqaestjlpn. i     1    * - < t '    '     ; � ) !.Broagt�ai<  .-;:b)rd :Es(DPutb.inpTedlbat.tbeCpnnse1 dpwilbdiaw, �.Tbemoiipa banng .been carried,:aod-Couosel-baving retired- \ ^ ' 11 i,uThesaine^Noble.I.ord'�eid, that the?oiuisieH:in.TeDion> strating,(iiaving.jd  --(e�n,'tu,4ayvtbat ilwaa'pB ahatdaythe ypung man.told.you ,the- people were going lo ag'a funeral? .He tuldiPie the:peopip all went to see the funeral, Iwepty-pqe .nllfP,. but,wbelberiJt-wa8: true ornot, Jjdoptt know. J 1 �i. ^Piw,did.yp.u,go.wilb.lfaatypuog.tnaa to,any>.ppTt)(ttlar bouae l, .^Je(Pelnb�c,lP ban callcdinspoie street nq.^ome gtollenian wbpm .l;.dopM konw� lo.carry a: letter;.t^ bin,and fbpjseivaa.t joM; ine; b^.i.was;; pot-,4^ boip gun� opt tpsee thecereqipqj.af||ie borul pf.lbeiKLag;. n .rWas.lbat a.large.bpusaj) 3,1 dqojt^knpw.whether il.WAf.a large or. a amallbpuse;..!. wept .tp Jbe dppr,' and ^asaqsw^; ed that Abe; gentlemnn.-was.notat boine,.;aiid Iweutafiray. ,-j.rPid ,ypp. g.� with. t)i^;:ypang .pgian,' tP;any Bthei:bpusfrf Yeji,.becaii(q.l.,bad,anPiber.lett,Br9u;gbai)Jrn�,^eM,:.np,*i;> Mr. ]Uarquls, i-will ,ypo be8o.gPod.�8}o,leW;u�,.�ih^t.he.^ftya?!'., .     . r ;iTl)ereinaind?i:pf,,tlu;,,an�w�r .was then gwen.tti98j--VV� irriil^fa^e, ^nd) wept, ^here^agd,.cpu)[d opt find bim,., *, ^,. ., Qo you in'eaa,lliat.ypK.we^t tpj9qyji|ace-witb,a letter and pppld,ppt,fi)id..tbe,penpnf1p,wbQt%i^^ JfotoifilbBlday,.butjBnptber,:day,j^ ... ;        v.^.i ,j W^il, ,on,^^lat,d^ly, prauy; fttber. day^ .di4 Jpo^ gp In; lo �p4any;persnn,tn .a very^targe bona??:I. do nut know. wfie?. tlier,itiwasJafge ar..aniall,;~,i-went',tp.llfedpar,.hui:l.don't rej^^ect,whetherit,w;�* largepr.s,niall.,.^ .v'.0ia>yuu..pii Bupther|uf (bese,pcce8igBs.ga,(n(a/a:bou'ae ;.w.be/e.tbexe was a sentlpfl-stppduig at.tbegate.?., ..y.,'..     . ^Tj'^b^ln^erpreterri^HelWAulv tP.}kpBw whether/it was .the .aanied^yv.^bewialieB'bini.tp.exp.Iaiaripn.wbat^ay'?. .^..i.... , ;JDid,youjnn any.,pc�uiPn'.ever;:gp Ip^a-very large, bpuse, whtre,^tbwe,was a'^enynel.ft(,.ib�;;gale:?,: Thst-wasoptbe ^fst day of my arrival'in Eqelaod, for .I.was^(pjd that jtbat lyas^tbe hpdse.wbere:wa%the^,pOurtaf,th&Ii;ing,.and,I bad tbrt� pr four letters ttf,deUver, ,       , ^> J W^IJ, di(l yua.ever g�;to iba^ibause.again ? Yif^l^nd an-; ffther^rraon >eo^:,iind,t'eta;(Pfd4nieki)'ardsan^Lfurwardt.tp aqcf from that hoqae, ^ .li^P* ypo meiiu :tbat ;you .went; aeverarfiniei;to^Bnd /roro im put at-tlie doofr j* i. < * or Pther tiq^ea^sp wbea * �,e*�n�ioe^5�b�e-�l.>tt*>''�c�ft}d��f�-   ,) 'ajy tbi5t,,thpJS5thfr UmeS{ypji;^rei>J^5, ,WB*.th|fRP�1!�. eilV2f�38W�i> J Aftpr yp�reltfered^beJ9pt�Jp|1e^tbw/eJLC0IInI^��* Lstw^n^He-bpuiie as4 lUefttreet? Thei^^waJtttwrt Ite. ltetaier^�natfi^^ 4�S(Nf^�gi^i bStti* I ww �roo(nui�ii S,<9)HAWstidid,ypjira�earuiffgjltaitIwnte' l^w ' Frincb tfp# tojMjBgM  PilfeE      > rea�eitiber; y 111 ,ypu swear ,tbal�   I fill, swear..that Mft.PoweU oevecsaidiSP.. '.-;  ., ' . i^.iUi9q*�ear tbaVJia tbe'j�iweoM^�f.jfqqr'&ifj^^ rfacei ,l>ejpe,�!Br.f.ald,a.py,tbing,iq. ibat'pBrjmaT �tf^ Mr, PowjsUjqever,tslkrd-abuui (bia tbipg.i f . ,P�ihapa>Mf^ Poy�ll,oever,j!ppke,.lo.yon. atiMl abpBl .Jbe businesspfib^Queen?.^-^.'., .' -    ' .' rsome l^ubleXord object edj,to this .questipn, being.put, g^unding bis ipbjecl;on,,as we.qnderslood, oa>Ibf cbataClfr < o.ftMr. Powell, relative to ibeprpctseding...... V /Bli;v.Bi:uugii a,yanjnean to rrpreaeot that.ypq never iisdaay conver. .Wftpp, MEiJh, I|(|i^,,Poi}jsllabout: tbe..fiqsiJi:ess,or the Queen * Hjfr-ryiSat,do^yo\t, oieaD? �. I dpaH-nndentaddi what you 3�T''M?.^.!'�'? F^^'erted to.bf,repe�fe4;,anil ij|ie. jtqier. ^^rfiOKSfil'sA thaXi be, roigbt be ajldwed ',lp. cjia'pge the P!9rd,}^ cpqvicrsstionV. lu the que$tioitto   srsBken.'.'......, .,,}taf Mr..Powfill neviTfappkeiitp ypu.f^oai t&e.bnstnessof ..be%f.eo,},Mr. PpwellsppkeIpmeat-ftlilau tfben t made JSyv�'eB9.!,ittpn.,l>!�t after, t^t:iie.ncvcir.apu�eto..jne�9'ibe ifjs^-^tiS^S&J&t?"^^^^^ .rMop.wkile/be ja ^mning)l'li ipst^put .Baptber^uestioii. JDid,yau�Ter�ee.Mr.,Pow.ell.Bndbis clerk,?  Yes. . .jFieqneptly    ,rhBveseepithen).8bmt'tipieii J . :Bpw {ong were yap ever witb |inn, �r. ibem, at any. one .of.^bpsetune;!?,'.! iiare �.eeq,binij aqd merely paid. ipy..r�* ..:No}V.look roundsapdsceif thatia tbe.ntasieroribe Globe ~T)(vi;ni^C'^e.witness'sM^^^^ -spnViAadied.J'as^j^irJamn I^^ , .Did you employ (bat.perspnetawrite a letter, fpr. ypu (p Mra.Bl^ckwell^ypn apt beipgableao.writei .Hetuu writ-tea.twice fuf mei ppce.tP Air. Hyatt, and opee .to Mrs. . .Sbpuld yon 1taay( eitber.of those, letters, if: I were to abjBw Ibem^tP.yott? .) got bjim to.wrlte them, and he.said, .bere areO>e leUns, .)iu^.I nevertopk them,andsboutdnot Upw iiipwtli.enJ...... '.' Mn-I^rougbam begged to sppriae.their Lo'i^bipatbal be -.oow.inea^t lo-.ask. (be witness.if be did .not givaaacb. and 8ucliiqsfructinns,.apd slate.cc(rlaio thiHigs, npl.asking as to tbecpnten;(!B.nf.t|i^,le.t.ler... ,,,;,.   ,,, ,.,......., ..... Tbe.Lprd iphi^nceltor tfaopght tb? the Cifunacl. might nab a,wilBes8,j^rh,e did iipl dcaire'A.. B,^ to write so and so, . ;0jd.ypu.npt de�lr,e-Mr.,l:Jonp tq write a iel|vr to.Mrs. Bladcwall loibqfplIpwiBgeflrifct? I begged bin;.li;.irrite a letter.:.'    ....    .       . . _      .......... . ])id ypq drsife bim to write in Ibis manner;..^" | have safelydeiivered (be letter to yuur.brPtljer, audlie was qaile* w^ll, and desirea iq be remembered tp ypu kind|y?": I told biro to wr^te that 1 bad apt givep her letter to her Jbrutber, bpt bad lefl,it wtlb.bii wi 8trn'ct)ona to, Mr. Lpogtq ,9lld>.i'>" ypu iiaii.gpl a sitpatiop, and wasgpin^ loTienpa tbatjeveu> ing? . Yes I told.bim I,was selling am for Vienna... '.. Pid .you. npl.Jeaii(e to. he. remembered. 10, Few,, Madame Cafalani,,Madame Bodini,pnd^MfB..HngheaVhroiher, mean. jng Alrs.gBughesV son,^wbnm ypq.i;ere afcusippied to P^ill jl^rPther,?, ;^4.'^.anactPfirrJe^odsbij�^^^^ . ,, Do.ypu meqn.ibat, ypu.,Baed tp. ,ea1t,2ltra.ll.agbe*> sou )�b}pther"a8BiijjCtof!rciep,a.h,p^  Yes. ,     ; yog d^she;t�n?^/,tb   N,p,' , yVen.jop oeveirtljeTe ayall i'u 1819 ? ^ iJ,ejr�r.. V .ylf*-3aminti:is *h� .4iloroey.XlenerBL ^ -jYoo }>avei,bcanaaked:cppcrTnipgto]Be Nspoleoni wbleb youiceceivcd/tqgq tpVieanaj^Tl wish to knpw.4Kwbatcapv eily yon w .% wish lo. koow .foif wl�t ^arpuseyoa^were'tp^takK .thftf^'letter. tbilher. < A� far as I  |>pri.. v-, ..; i.^p, r,j:Oa that pension what parl.pf. the bonaedid yoogo to? I.w.cal;An at tbeA4Mie J-WMi-iiq Jeff, if; iheiewaraqvf.pfD. tWtrlPtbefatiFri,r'''qr wWcbIbaUJliewjeeipi. ..     .        . tW.WiUlMf :ti*li�vf^< H'tf&rfnctt^, wifAifraifr.'^ ' The'WiinesB-tBeff'witbdriw. . j � : The Marquiaof Lapidown rose and said, 4hai be wiihed to saya few words respecting the letier of Mr. Msrietti wbicb bid been published io all the papers. He said be Ibongbt iheri'was sometbipg very improper in wh&s bad taken place, bdt tbatbe Was far from imputing any thing io the Secretary of Stale for the Home Deparlment, or any part of bis Majesty's Government at faooie-. The Noble Marquistben ^id^-ibat it war not snfiieieiit that it bad not been done by Mioislen a' boibr, if some prrfon . had taken upon himself, 'ii part. It wa^ proper thai it should be hooi^n abroad that such conduct WHS uot sancliPiird. nr acknowledged here. Hia Lordsbip then BBid, Ibat be felt it his duly, having read the  � would he tn all ihe journals-in Europe as soon as pos>ible,toBslf of thr Noble Lord Ppposila (Lord Liverpouljj wbelbtr Cofc-. uri Brown isaoaccrediredogcnl ofibe GoverfttnentatiiolB^-. oruf hia Majesly'a'Miniilers abrondj-aiid if-be i^^.whelber biS MsjeslyV Mimalers have taken steps to a^cerlam wbe.-tber the reprCkenlatlnns contained inlbat letter are cormt or not. Lord LiverponI said tbatbe conld.qot object lo give the best answer in hia power to the question of iho Noble Mar. quis,and Ibaitkedbim fur giving bim tbe opporlumiy of so- -I duing. He sa^d.fiekiiew lhar there was a .Mr. Marietlt at Alilan, bat did not know there was snch a person in Eng'. I laiid, therefore it uevcr could have entered int6 Hie mmda f of bisiif ajesiy'a Ministers to' lake any measures against hia under the alien act; He said that be was sure that nothing cudid be alleged pgalnst his.MsjectylfCiOverHmenl at hom^. With respect to what bad happfne* at .MilanJ u was'iffl-ppssible for him tpikpbw. He bad pp di$ciklly m asyuig that Cotpnet Brnjra.'was a quaiiQed and-accredited agein of the Govfernmrotj.and proceedings pf this hipdeould b ationIt would nut appear so bad.aart at present did, but if it was not fully explained, he vio'iii say,-plainly and favnestly, that If the Noble Lords are not Iu blame, that then t he H ouse of Lords, the Pa rl I amen t of Gre&C Brit�.bav�pperBlrd oamiin's m>ndB,,and induced them 'cut to-do that: which justice and bnm^uiiy would haija dK-taledia ihem.! -If CpI: Brown has cummunieated /lh|a.4�. M. Hariettiihr^aaheengBiltyof a great breach of ^ly m aa doing. Sq^setrfasBiiOllrceo spj why then .ir.is.ibt. apprrhenaiOD'PR.fil. M���  itia a porcntjilisolicl. tqdp fur the w�l|&re i^facbild., He kpcw: that this Act cu^l]i JI)c.puiiDv|i�MtlPBagainsi.tiiBch.tlU,aud be tjieterorej^. -:plortB bilK aulTo Cdnntct himitlf wilii iheie .inipoctant^pp*   

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