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   British Press (Newspaper) - September 28, 1820, London, Middlesex                                rpHIS EVENJNO. THURSDAY, Sfcpu 99, M. 1j� pttffolWied-thB'Of tra iVf" LovEirA Yti-W^fi Sir Willwifi Wwdoiw, IWf. eiiin>insi� J Jiwfiw, Mr. Fawcett J VDOdjf WfBifpw,.Mr. HofH fliis Ami appesfVi once Bt IJiiiTheafre);. Ivuniave, Mr. Dttr^ifwij H ciK$i Emery, .1lP!ifM �r. wJe�L Oroamenifal' Ldrtreti fur WafciigBte, sttrroQnd 1%^ JActt; Circle, '^^h^prop-Cnrttin, from an on|ini>t ieii^Ji^ beett ?IPrt^�rBokWaVlie �Ad for'liie &(cv(i,^M�t^ir, or l^r. Bralidaa,ktttiie Bi^jc-OIBce. ^ia��fbf lhe/Ba�es (6 be *.rfo^^^ '^>"'  '�f the V^alec, Ttf^ATOE-RpyA^I^Ga^k Fr)RTHE^^Bipt�Ei=^it'OF M      Snczf^TiiM. '#j!l,.beiprf�ented,(for (he 6nt, time/tfacse.twb.yettr^ Mr. GiLenh^g^eiyiriledpp.fra, called r KLCH AND ROOIL l�rd-lii8(teiici, Mr. W�nrh; Cnlunel Beancfaampi MfJ Pearmao ; Riversf Mr. Baitley j Madi>b,7 Mr. Braadboritf Fraiiic, Mr: W. S. Chfiltetley. I^dy. Clara; Modisbf Mrs; W, S: Clia1lrtley;.7orayda, Miss'lUtly; Miss Chalta'all (first, lime), tHr*. PiiiAar ; Mrs. Ormond, Miss Love j Mr4^ Secret,-Stiiis I. Si#veiisun. At tlie endluf the;Opera ^for (hisinigbt only) nill be � .  perfotmedj A DiyERTlSEMKJ.T, In wJricha.GMi1leman, Pupiliof Mons;-Veslris (bisfir8t~ap> liearaoce), will dance.llie- MiDueldfe.la^Cour^aud <3avutle, with MisaGsrbois, Pupil of Mr. St. Albia (Iter first-appearii^ aiice.)   A. PaaJSeiil, 1^ Miss TwBinlty'{her sepood jiublic niipfenrance siii<:e hfer i'�'lurn from tHe. ontineal i>.beiiX. tty Mr. St.'Albiii (his first appearaniea^ tliiti' Tliejilre the�� two(yeatK),'Wfitli..Mi��;Wi)rginan. Til conclude witMfirst.time I bis Seasuu; tlle^Pastoral >OpeM^ called i' RO.SINA. Mr. Belvflle,'Mr. Pjtarinao ; Caplain Beliri]li>, Mr. ^Vebi' �lrr; Wtlliaro,  MV. B/padhurst.   Rosipa,  MiiJs. daretv; PhiBbe, Miss It Sttiveiisoit ; Dorcas,'Mrs Groves ;' Biixes,6�.-i- Pit, 3S.^Lower GaUery, 2i�;-Upper Gallery^ 1 s. Door* open at Half-past Six.-Perforraoiice .to begin at Seven. '   �� Tickets and Places to be had of Miss I. StetrensonvNo. 41 j Prury-laiiej and at the Bojtofficp/Slrand Ealrani*, fixiiil Tentill Four. ROyAi GOBORG THEATRE/ Under.tbei^Palrpaage ofhia.ftoyal Highness Prince Leopold i of-Ssxe Coborft. 1HIS PRESENT THURSDAY^ Si-pt. 28, and following .Eyei)in{;s, tbe^a^sr iGrapdTicaditionar^^ .Melodrama, in, three.arl^, called  .. The Vampire, Mr; ^. JCemblei tfidy'MalViua; Miss Wat-aoii^'Jeaaiii^,  P^o-(BiHbeus Ui)bUan'd-^XXi� LKefary and Scienfifii: Tnielli.' SencB'^XJES; VCdrli* pre^ariiig for Publwatjob-XXXI. Motitbry'liuit (6f*Neiir PdblliaatioS^XXXlt. Monthly Re-: .g^st'^rj'&b. -  �       '��''�' f Prjnlrd'for T. Ca^clUrid W. Daviepj Strand^ London^ ^�ll;vnil|�njB^tft!op^,:N^^ fcr, EWiic(i^(itrfet sti'respeclfuiry toi>ffer ;liiis>their'4ie-uf liriyaiieiiaiure.woHld^aiiavoMtably pregrfiu qty djevo>)ng:-i!., S|i�praenl portion .uf.ligif.tttJhj; ipipi)r^9t.,du,lies..of Chief/ Mjijl^iitrat&)' and-I.humbly.re^iested tliat.my^.servicc^iPli.. t^(:.,ocGaupn. mi^litjlie 'jtispeiised .^^ith.. t ,acfcaoi^ledge, �|th tliaui;rpi'9es8,,(ha| .you accfdi^ to. ibiy . rcii pealiojt.a 8^c  the, l^beralanQ.just feelings t'of .my Bce|b�D.qf �^e. ifiWf, I; Jiaye^^t (o^dd, that should ^uqr. suScag^f �P]>^ ^AccoiiM lif (he Re-Ipterinent Of Kiii; Rpbrrt' BrUc�-XiV Youthi^XII: the WiW Rose-XIII. Wihtri-i M�Mjin|;j.J3felV.T%e Antminnal Eve-^XV. The Snowy,five. ! AiSonoet-XVI. Soniiet. to'i-;--XVII. Ntrtefrbin Dr. 'iff tiU 11 Waollastdn, Esq.- iUidge Advocate. TBe Meibbtmr'^vin^' be^ii i^\vorrtJ^ (he Jiiifite^Advocate read^lbe' Charg�8i> s^hicb wfe piibtished: at lefn^ib in (bis Paper on Wednesday, Seplembei^ 20lb. Th^ Eiirl of Citrhimpitiii IroM^^fbr ibe.pur|iose of ma&hg bi? slatrment in snppost of the Ctiargeai 1 '   ' . ' ' The/0dge^Ad�^6aUb;idq'ui^ed wb^li^r'he had a written statement? The NobU Earlwis�r6()ed ihil'he hid tfot. *^iSjm 26b Dfi *he. LONl^     MEDICAti � L% aBd^eftYSiCAli JOURNAL to be published oil Saturday, theSOlbinbtaAtj witi^coiitaia, besides much olhei' / raluabler infOrtBStionr^Cases illftstrative of the beiicficia! effectt.'of:' Pressnte' iii: Cancer'and some othtr Diseases; by S> ToOHB^ Esq: Surgeon to (he Cancer loslirution^^ Obsecvadoos'on (he Uise of 4he Forceps in Midwifery^ by A^ B< GAanvilce, M/D; V^&iS: Sec. Physicinn-Accou. cher. (0 (he. Weslminster Gener&l Dispensaty, Principal . Physician to the Royal'Infinaary for 'Sick Children, .^Ubservations-on the Cnlrhicum Antiimnale, lyyL.aii : Account-of: Ihe Means of Testing (lie gOodAeSs-of � its Bulbs, by Anthoht Todd Thomson, Esq. F.LiS:\&o.- -GatesofTbor�cicVVounU�,with Hemarksoo (heirtreat-meat, by Baron Larret-Caseof Old Enteroepiploeeley witb edhpsion (o i(s Sac, cured by three weeks'couflnenieint Ui BmI^ by Ri W. BampFIEUO, Eaq-.^-'CHHealAndlj/S':* of i IHe-Wtfrksof Mr. Cbarles Bbl'i- pu." the DUeainof 1U Vretkcci, Tarfca Urinaria^ and Wectuin."-Of Dr. JAmes . JdBWsoN'Oil those � vf. the IntBrHal"ii\gant,iAi�irt and NieiVBUiSpttem"-Of RubocpRi'r SniozoatumSt/nbpsit. ..uA�d.^f-BouRDoiN's: ViiMtcket mir leMicanisme db id H*tpiratU)hgt*ur la GirbtllatiiinduSMg-Extract* tram. tbe^Report of the Coniinitiee of Ihe House-of Coromons oirthe-Doctrioe of Cnitlagiau nf-tlie Plague- and several Miscellaneous Articles of Medical arid Physical IhlelK; - PrfiblWlcdby J. Souter, 73, St. Paul's Chnrch-yard. .   r ^;   . f^.   '_...................     �     �    �-    , "ISH, Gorttfactor for miothtr Lortery-.With S^'lB^rWefiil ihaiijip for the past, T. BISH reSpecifiiHy so^ licits future pairoiiagjS, and has again lire pleas'ui-^of pre-(ieniin^ the Puiilrc i^ilh'a' Uiliery deserving their support.^ the fortoWing *re its allracdve ppiiits :- �4,6d - � ttictPti *i't3,:.. .^-^^OOQ 1 TWO .... ^10;QK�Q. . >      \       .i.i5i7^;plll*f.!Bei>�filSi        r     ,' .   ! ;Alls8l�|li�ig.41fOi*j'.-iOAly,7,�OOt T(rk�l�,i .      j,' THE CLOSE jOF^E CASE AGAJIN&C Hpii, > f rhm^n^ G]�9jT �tmuQteml to I Li joio the ProcesBioiiiftram (heHpr^ci&lisoni^n'aVerni ik > Cawi^tffS ^iUt9rodruBohies;eaehi'j�m!Vc>>pectfdlt)�!rrqaei^M ; to communicate sdcb ifltseOtlun-Ki llieCnMMttttee,'5^bhdt.wii)i (coitliiUle�ii669/a|;���rd�,'or   ' . At V VIEW 4f �H H+JfTOHV, LITEIIA-iM. TUltE,! (Jnar 5f�rB0LDG� of Hd^HINDOOS; ihClAdilt^a ihYiibieOest^ftuii' uT'll^eiV'Msrillie^^      diis-i touts, and Transbttlons friHrf'thMr'trrSactpal Wofks.' ' i Hy 4VH.Ll^M��VARD,"orSi^btb)io^ i  T(iii>d e(i   " '1^- Tiie�bd1�6 Of whom may.b^ badi . " � ?  Work, 1^4 Vdls'.'SVo.iwiiiplelsV pHee � A CourtMBrtialwaiiJIiela ii)isdHy,qn.i.ieii�ei>�i>tr. DrUKOott Onspibti-oniohargMspreferwid.njfSiirtt him by General ill* �art e(f�*JarfjaHiptipt>/ Gofoupl of the recttnent. Thf Meiiiberii'if'itfo  ^H|rne, Frcidejnt. 'vMnjpr-Genenl Frali'r i Major-GeueralG^^Ri'AdaiDi. M^riQeneAi: (be-Hpn. Sir ChatlratGcerJlle,  ^tshi!r.'. (JotuneIG QueudD (SJohinel Sir C. CampTien -CbiMnelSir R.':c. Hill Lieu(:.C:olonel 'A. VV^rburVon > tteiK.-CMo'aelSir A iDlcksoo Ueu(;rCii4an�l E. Morland UeuCColoqel Hi WyiidKam i4eut>1CalaMI,C.i�.. Biikcr Liritt.'iCuloiief G.' Mann ij^t^lijj ihe ilobfti^ro- sisfere^i." This ^iW*^Wu,(iien i idnitor, .  , ,'"''' ' ' ' BiRSt'CHAItGE. ^ - Major ;n'ildinan,.of Jh|ed(b,rjegi(^eiif|bf liraeobn GuarA, WAs;t^ firfil v^itiieii jaijpllrOBVIiii^^^ t^'e/charge was read to him by the 4uait^''Advdcale :- ara^te'    - ^........ .        J; Tybrpjer,.M^ Gfi3ra^(er of a Cdidm^Wdip'^^^cer, in"k'eepiiig^' a '^pmM in ^(Ui^c^,, i�^,lioc ter^^b,e. tii^pt:. ^,Mi^.;^reHcliJ-^(ipng6' -        " m " *" o|)en carriage, in the anifurra.of the regiment^ aiid particii-larly.from ManpeUei< ib':'Bll'mingBaibV i^^^^ yefr 1^18, apd'^firotii Birmibglnnii (d ^lewcailtteiUphii^Tyne,'iii Jti.ly, 18i9 Vobd fur direelldiilOhedienGe'.iu stil^keeitidg ^ taininc her in barrack^ after'receivid^.^hordei'.iir Writing from General the EartOf^TarbamplOn'^a's-'CplduH Of the Said regiiiiint'j wbWe slatWodl atWtwcistie-ilpdiiia^^ ' or about tbe28lh of Pfcbruary, 1820} dirtctibg bim tiif ri-liiove her therefrom^ sneh. coilduct beiiif* ^ gross, and scandalous outrage 00 society in general, and par(itularly (0 (he married kjffibeis'i and'sb'ewiiig'a b^id 'example as 'Com-manding Otfieei;, ( o you know �bp, keep^, the 8ccaui)|s. ofnjess:? The Gommit(ee. Dul uo. Colonel French.always act atf iPreii^rit of the^ Cpmdiitt�e'? ' Uii^ii&iiiddiBiybedid. ' ' Crot*'exam{ntttiqn. Did.he not always      pa^Tieiif'arlat'erest In the conduct ofife-mesi*  Very-iiiutb^d.- V IP Speaking: of Air's;'Freocb,';yao!bave4tfid'7aii'Otaly saw her once, is that a fact ?. } onlyr-saw^her ppce, apd that wag, on.e>u^ring,Uentenaiiti!Col9i5e!i,i^i^p!oi>is;|^^ -Have yoirey^er heard-any c�injprajniB''inade,''b^ Officers', wives.of yiri: Freiiili^beioi^iiibartifclcs.'' Tnevet-beird"it' s'pbken of'' until the^ prtseiit^cbifgeii wtre l>ru'ugbVl'orw&rd. PajBBiwfer Hiy liioi' JIfdjor'Wildina'u tcttir'ca{feiir&^/i,'a the What dojdu meah'by.aii bbnurary raeoiberof the tness ; did. Lieifieoaul^Goluoel. Fceiycb' pay hijs snbscripdon regularly ?   He.dt4 uul pay.it weekly j; wbeuJieomed at the ine^s lie paid It.,...... % Papmasler W^y iBtu again called-in. How Io6e >'��s yu" bslouged to the regtmeut! Twenty years. � Did > LieotenonliGalontd: Frrncbj beept^a woman'.in: bar- -rackr? LieuteMant-CotoBel Frea.ch wjll oo(,i I aPV sure,: denylb.at... .�,       ^ .______ ;.,.,., ., The Preti((eat-You .are-to ansver the quesltoiV; you liav# notliiiig to dO"*itb' wbi^t the Prisoner, wiir'pdwrt Or tftny,'- � , . �� ,......-    . He diil.� How Jong \    ha^e,J�?en}o^,tbe,.regiment! 20 years, and.. k�,)wtljal.he~was. >   ,      . ^Vbs lie iip^^'aii;,^onorqr.y member of i(� Vdn not inean, Who keut.tlie WcootfiV'bfltrie iiiarf' J.did, nnliljlhe last two ' tVholtff^f^lhrtn'cifier'lhs'i rr�e?  Thetldtnftiilfte.' 'TlieEiilof'CarriamiJidn'td^i'rvpd: that liceoi'dWi'fn (hS KmgV order, A^r'y rf/nnirl-ied dftTAr wjis 'tibr^A i� aiiif iVgHlarlVaf ihe'rti'SSi      : �......     . ,      ,^ .      ' � Tire Prektitrtt tfWrved; he VbUld find 09;�nrtl P'^**.! Hiei'e firafe 'tr'siTrimG: feCniDra^eOjtfanpM xifihe'Comlnandei'-rii ChlertO liuWtrHetl'Offiedrs to 4a So, but it dia'.6�/l'C0 tnfi ttiir ' Did (he hVing of Mrt. Pi*hch in the'bamtiri'ii1t�lW�'e' orannuy-the wivespf the'mivried:OIBrerSUif'llife'regimeiirj, IL17ltsee'(ben{ibore (ban once in ibe'eiiT' I saw Ibem eViry day III 11^ on (iie march from Birmingham lo ITewcaitle-iipoA-Tyne, ,. Was the OoloBel in hi* anifurin ?  He was. Wbat�|iarfpi�n(i didLieut<.Colonel French oeeiipy in the barracks ? thpsie allafted (b bim piider the reguhnioPs. Hail he any additional, a^urtmeuts at Mewchabuld �  i.heimoni;h6f^Ji(pe, 1.819?   I .was-     ' Dofyou.reciMJepl.a "egijpeaiijl.GiHWl-insrtial.ou SiBrjeantSL' M^liOughlliijiByrne, an^flilcpy,?,; Tcs-. Wa* it entered in the regimenlal CourUmartial: book? It^vmf.,' .... r.   � .   .' �   � IsitbiB.thpbook.? . It i?;npt.,.,    - liopic ati.it f..I pee^d,np|,fpri;ki�p^ it is not t^bpok., Ijit an orderly bojJk,?,;,,l(ii8l8;dB'l^i�':dej!3ftbdo,k.;.^; . igimeot?.. I( does. ���.�'. .;-,.-.,�;'{� 'i':;'.^-^-.,:,-^ ^A-i^i tar-buuk'tor (be.entering :ar^Co^rli-Martial,'and.'tbe .ken-; :.tba.t,bupk, br^^e,.ii8, before!w.irjeji?p^'ue -tfif, drdirjy-' oook.   '"     �     �      �    �        ^ ' '         ' ' '       . .^^   ., . .      i The witness tnid, he couM prodorc (he book required in a few miiiiitei. >Hpih-(�rd�iirlyWi(MlrVw. ' ; TBe Hresideia-ohswved/ ib.prr^eili iWs WW'if ''m^^ while lljey were wailing f. r the rcfimenial C�>tr(-ii>*r��>�l hook,�he,M&r bf�riiB�it-X-ot.mcl *�Si!b I11 ilie'0,l^rf^^^^^^ biipfe.ni^lrtloibfa rentf. Il Hv-'.'i secAyiti'n^ly rrdrd, !>il  nurporl of it wa'i, tliat'he^tlid tflil'cbnsVdr/ the ^i)fi)i.iiMh^ny JwaVd�d Ijy; the ebiiifi.Wsriial feallp*e^ta: leilre 'ihe.1>arraek�,'aiand'lKo'wa,sforglv'en hf Li'eiil.-CoJuiief ttrjacb (bo remainder ofblspunishPiePl. 1- the.first. sentSice.giTCP by.tlie Cour(-M.�ni�l,�en{j liack (o the Court to be revised .by CblOiiel Frcncfi ? It WSir not. (irfiu-efafainftiion. Did General Lord Charles Somerset itupert tlie y-gimenJt In March l  He did, � , J3id,QencraI Lni;d,Cbaile.s.&imerset nubcany reA^rk.on the sentence of Ihe Court-.Martial on the Serjiants, %nd the, order fur a^ldilionaJ^.pitais|im�nt,of Ijient.-CuluncI French ? He did-to Sir Andrew Bernard; he s�id, I perfectly, ajree withi.Freiich that the punishment was not adequate to ("be crime, or offence of Ihe Srrjcants, ��'       Vaptain Andrew Ferguson, juiorn. Were yoo prrsent at tbe 66or^ Martial'on Serjeapls M'Lopghliu, Byrne, anil Oilroy ?   I was. Wat'th* sentence of the Coiirt Martial sent hack^to,Ihe Court to be revised I do ndt remember, I rerolUct LientVniinf-Onliinel FretitU beiii^ mdcli dissalisfieii wiih the, seutrnce of Ihe Court Martial.      j Corne; tViHlhtn Mfrtin.JiEnrD. . tVere you a inrniber of (tie Court MarlinI on Seijeaoia M'LoogliUu, B>r'ue, and Gilroy, ou, the J7lh.Juurj, 1819 ? I was. Was the sentence of the. Cpp;'l Martial sent back to the Court by JL,ieulenaii.l-CV>,lpnel French to he.revi.srd ?.  11 wan. Tb'^yr^considereil it,, butdid notreviseit.  They adhered-(o (heir original sentence. Did OloneU French express bis dispteasnre at tlie 3rn!cnc� of the Cuort Martial ? He did ; he said he did iiot consider Ihe punishment adequate (0 (he ufiVoce of tbd Serjeaius. SIXTH CHARGE. Cipiain David Hay hoeing lieen sworn. The Jodge-Advocate read over the charge to bin).:-, " For having cnt oiit .-ind defaced, 01; caused to, he.cut out and difaced, the leaves if the iroop register of horses, relative lo the years 1811, 1812, 1813, aud 1814, ajid p|it of the year 1815, without the kiiowLeilge of llie'Ciiptaini:, Ihercby.deslro.yiog all.evidencr regarding the iihmense 'niira-ber of horses lliat were rerommeoded to be east and Irabs-ferred by LieuleoanuColoiiel French, duriilg {hose years, all such coiidnrt being in the prejudice of good oidci- and military discipline, aud contrary lo his Majesty's regoU-tions, and in breach of ihe Articles of War." What book is,th'isj vTlie register book of troop horr^ b;-longing to my company. Did you ascertain, after you were gazetted to your troop, that any of ihe leaves were cut onl of the register hook ? This question was objected to and withdrawn. How long liave you belonged to the regini.-iit?   Twelve munUis lastJiiigust. When, did you knp)� . the register-book wna . muiilated ? Some time af-er I had found tlic ledger and ilie ollit-r liooks incorrect. 1 llien exaniined il .and f-mnd the.leaves col dut. I repoited ihe circumstance 10 Colouel French, and he desired ihe clerk of the trppp to puste n sheet of pjper.�ver the place where the Itaves .were wanting. Did tbe clerk do so ? I -did nut see him do it, but (be clerk reporteiKto me lie had done so. Was the hook' mutilated by any infder given for that p'ur-pdse, or was il dune' by aii individual? Ido mil know huw^ it was done; it'WaS niulilated before I was gazetted to the' troop. By life Conrt-^'Was there any register of troop horsef i a Ihe part of the hook pasted over bj.tlie clerk ! Thpt;;! 'wis' no writing oil Ihe pkrtdf tlie book be past'ed 
                            

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