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   British Press (Newspaper) - September 29, 1820, London, Middlesex                                5,;;' ;f!;ii().�ir^ � Artrr wiitcb, Ibe^ fbAL. Josrph Sarracer'Hr Rflssdii Cborlrs a, UiiKkVi new Fafre. in tnnD'aiilt,   � fii.t Price~Boxe�i'^%-Pa,3s.--Rriit Gallery, 2s.- Srriuid Galleryj jii  . � ; "rte Baron-I>eTr :iF^i>^34tb jiin^'^'^ nei^ .SditiaD(iCt'9te1o-dr�infl'^'''iD ,.  "-Ik�e*?4� .^&iA>v^lAay/�Mr�^^Ji^Ww.nV.rS;-;?K� Whilai' MJSS,.I^>P;^'Ari�;l,->fJ^ff_.. -       �--    ,       -    � be*ri^�;-p;S-;�ife'^S^fr^tfii/^;i>.fr .=-.><4 to Ibe First Day; and yooiaimb^btaUi ilipm after; an iin-jnediale entcfaaseiantber^fori^ot Oi4yjfiayj^Ic,-.bttt S;: vw  v,^'^lO,OOir'' � V "   � Ai^SUrjing :MQnej;_gnly__7,600 Tic;^^     .....' , ''l^dtJ^'^d�Bbimes''Sre^'re^ 6�vauo|b�^^Ye^^'4i'(!(Ttiii'L^ Plan ,of Edncstion for England'-Qnarlerl;. 1: cient iLawra of.; limit Nieir;i�a6lliak53(a ;iPrluted".foV Archibald Coiitiiabteknd Co\ Eilinbargby and' 1 .-rff-ir -.�..-./T'^tj-'.-'-^i'-1., ..^i. (,..,:.=. o cpntgin* the follotving, Arti,�;|eR:~l. LionV Beadi-2, Ox^. Madride-ft MnUe -TFo,nq>i*=?ll.- Qn-the CftsfBtWf"awd W37ti.ng�!0,f! .^amWK SW(Je^-rlSpo,Ut~13.' Star.taaiiBg^ liivPii �iV�?.GiMinesion,i�twS!?ffi'beiC''Procle.r.snd,'Poeii'^^ ��iion�^^4. tbp,.Abbfiti;1^'tb? AotlioriBf � WSv�ley'^^. 15. The Coftectorf Nj>,- WH%^16.: The. Drainair�17-R�l�rJ�. oOLt&kdS^leaiu'nksjtom. EoreignJ^^^ raryaiidScientific InlelligeDce-20. HistoriCial.liBd CnliMl Sotn'mW^'P; Poblic'E*?rif5i^L vAVricuJlornl-ilie^tfrt-i"' 22^:'Cuininerciid!Bepo)}.-rAlo>;tbe ost^Xltd-aryand Com: merjiannftrma^^^^^ .______________.___ ^*S�^lie'''Hr8rrramB'^niayfi^        rpprinfe3)~coroptete JtjL linues to be prep_;�red>tjiU>t-lie arid attention,  By MMs>B.-:THOAiaS fl'ENUy,!iM�j�ufapiflriflg,C^emistRgMancte^        is sold in bolllf*! price i&V'Sd.'orwitlj glass'stoppe'is'at ie.'ei. l|stampiocJuded, with filtlnllteiiflto^s- for its nse, by ilieir linues to be prepsredytriUit-Iieniost scriipuloua care attention,  By MMs>B.-:"rHOAl as and WILLU-W iter..' till itrni^^^^^mtUiai, 'Great Queenatreeiv lill tCP-MD � tSscJisMsdi*? diujd^G^ft*^ .Chairman andi}�ji>til8(ij>ii,m 4< '>�^i?^?jfetari#e^  ..... � I he nrcfuaary jiarnogrmrn ts may ^BAif^afiejM day �f:�ctob3r ?No��ii9CSeIlby;PnhiiiiA rdtaKiVaVfint, m ...       -------tfWttji ^�jWd;.vf;ojo"i:��;:l;,�o^^ ;    T�IK�iDAY;-TftliBSDAYi SEP*�Hir4iBJ aii'-> ; r^rh&Bdrl'ofvGarhsniptowdidlnbtatteDA ^iJ'' '     1 ; i.Thc Presldentfiiiturmedaie Courfclhatibe^hecelvtd 1 ter.rr'oroa.'Mc. Ei8rris,^nik,borte.'deiderjiAbD-^raa-subiinifn  heimigbt'!|ier^mideil:!'that:> j'dayj:aahe^iiria'a oRjierJcoit^act'ia^roviderbOM^sfor'iKre^at ire^mentat>fxarAlry,-:4od4f fa<)�aB'drtauied ini1i(wn4(lngpr,'' <; it'3ioiild':b,e:iht me^n^of'fii^HitlngbimiiVuJi}^^!!^!"?'^!*' i contractj't;.wbich woMd-.proreiiiiijariou'a ,ta r3ee^--' vice.'./Ffae;tPi'e'sule!i��riieit inquirid^ofjibi^d'Carliuii^tonV-' Solicitor,'add of^GoloaeVEreiieb^o kuo�a>y;|rbi^h of ibem' !thi)�!peT�on!iwa�*uairi)fdnFaii-.;;i.-;''-'' 1       it'^X M.i!>"'���! --i i i oUeutjensntieiilonell^renefa aaidfitbati'he/naa-i^nlDoioDed^ :byKbim,i&nd'lieivas�.|noat material. %ifAeeff'for>fiiki&f  --i^ :-i-;; ij! {.�vt,-7!.,,.''^r-! ! ,(Fbe;.]SarL>Qfi.Carhiiin^ton^s'.SdlIcitoi'i saiii bcttobldib&vei uiDix>b)ection;ta- g^iolo/tliei-^rih. charge, �rier'llie'iive ; guJueas^. ��        '  ;  � i    vv'ere yOn satisfied wltb.Ibe rborset'Colqnel'Frenfcli 'Sold' j yon?   Very much. .. ^        ^.v,.;     .^iii'i;: <6s;|i; ' Did yoo sell the horses again; ond if you did^ did.yoa ; lose !or injke'maneyof: Ji3''dPbfatli(J-' 'V'Jtfn Atpi|5nrf?>'.Dr^^^ ..... Where do you reside,?' Al^ Bath, ',y Have you a eun a Corb'eiin the Sistb Dragoos Guards > When did your son, first join .the, tegin Rol0lbftt3I>iiy';w^ inrra a.^'SeconSi CbsM^e^lof-all^Ib'e: |:apTtaj.^jd-o^htr-PriMytt.t^fr-Wb�^,^;p^^ at ifie Wte of. I$r.;per TielTei,Vs explaijiVil ~iir' ibe Sctieipei Bi�Ai:'flt�SWJFTIandiCDi?�f OldJ.WdCI^UHfan^ And (be Crj)portttOity:uowotfered: may/lever .occurngain. 1 au^ ibVpnlygeaninej^eparatibn Atticlo " c6'pplR-p�v -rrf,'forJij9cifci' bia^jEfty viW�*U?f W.'Sk '^J.^^irsndniixi Koohsj^jPsus, .Qaill% Card'^v a^d.;^^cils; , Rliscellaneous Books, 111 quires; a, B�s�, Peuti^Vnplj, by Sinksj^^three Copper-plile I'rtnting Pi^sses; with �Kgnura,VitaB'Rollcrs;  a quantity of Prints, iced^ngand morniuga .qf.sala, 'each." -'    '   " '        '    , , .^.;..it�iri;:p;;oiiBf�,�:.>;.....        ____ Aad>viOi|lt.�lberCspil�lf.-      - jLwr beg: leave, to.,recompiend, the New Stale. Lottery Jo: :theph'j/iu'.b�;^'6f Acir,;ifi^i^^^^^ We'r'e aVe iBOiy.7j60f>3Tick~�s;fd?be;SeiieniB.M^^ -.M . ti,r*,�/t�,-.Mft        �.fft-.  , And; 4,200 BUNRtjJVOJn H �14 EACH    , , ^ T�o,Pri�cs,pr.)fl^nQL tl.e First'J)ay dr^Di-awiiiif, "lii4"';�'ih*^^ besur �' the chance* of bMier;tSapf�idk> ' ijiai lti�i-:tbair:4,80O * Tjcketsi Jwilliv het .frery^Braiilt^will be>iii:^l.c3,eitbiT toauolKcr Chantc. 1 otr ;iteff�i!ei4bi�r?iiB^ Wbe�-i'i�ir'*b�: s^mV tionf afftmiiii^ 13ib of October     ' ^ill,(iMid iaciiig^ tbe Gsl)^ Freucb', informing me of the necessaries proper lo equip my son fur tbe regiment.     - - !-�     '.       '�' '* � ilnve you got that letter ? � 1 have,- but nolBboat The,. ,Ihe-Judge-Advocatcrr-If the lelter'-isiin-exlStcoCe, the witnesncanifol.beexamiued.as to tbe cooteuls of it-wilbout tbe Ictttr js produced in.Court. ,    .; the President said he .was not a Lawyer,; but be tjiougbt llicyifaicht go:on'ei(amining Ibe .n/iinrss wiibout the pro. diictionof''the;letler.. �   - .....'  " " The Juiige; Advocate was comprlledfoVsayi'lhat iTiciCoU'rt cpfild not,tli;kWi(M tbe Metier, \ybicb ibc Court caascnied.loi,.    i,:'-;,, ;;  '^.i ��'-;'�>' �f. . Velerin^Ty^urgeon Heywood tworrn ^' � * 1 .: liow..]4|ig. have,.you;hecu. in lh&r�|iroeoti ; Se^eQi^eats aod.'aliatf.'. �        ,  f'...... !:^, _>.t>';', ^-.i.    ,^ �Were "ydii "With the regiment'between the - months of AoEur.t, 1817, and J�nr, 18tS, at Mnodieiler    1 was. '^Do yuu'recollecl Colonel Frenchselliiig. and buying-.horses iii ;tUat time ?; I recollect .his sellin'g fhorsWjtfbnr Ldo not' rp-nltcct.tlic iiarlicular yoie..,;   i., S:j j v:,:-^-!     ,. , Did he sell iiueJiurpefin that period to. Lieu^leonnl :Finch ? I thiuk Li^ut.-Culuiie! French dill sell a horse in,that time ro-'Lrcntenafii-Finch, bnri ain^ibtce^taih:'"'.;^^^^     - . Do you kuuw that' Colonol Freiicb did sell bursesto any p^rconTorpcrsous-iUiibeilast threetyeatsj srtfijsold several houses      ,    , , > I Ty'whora ?. .J do, no,l,recfllIecj.i he aoIjI,,^omgt�.Cornet. HBlT/CoriietBrymer, andXieutenaiit'Kinetom' � .� ^   ^  'Do'yoif rccoflccii."any otVcr pErfSop Cutblrel pKncb'^^old llorsck to'? �� jLieiilenontiNirothk- - ' � < � - ^' =- -       '; r:VVere'iyx�i-at-Birrtiingbam!WUhnbe-�egHwni between-tbe; months of July, 1819,,Biidi"lyTl??W-' -J-'Vaa-.r-V'-r .� r:^ c, j).ybu-kiiow Mr, .feVooks pf iBirwuigbaitt? Ihave.secn bim. . ' "-;      ' ^_  -.� .'^ -' � Doyou' know w'he'lfier'Colndcl. Fr^Dcb sold a borde tt> 'that Geirll*iDHri''l He*did'-> 1 55    t j    -     ' Wien?  In Hieyenr I8I9; v   t'   ' ,.,bid CuluiieL FiTuch; tn, tbe,1as| .t\i^9f9rV'*�Il'a hprse Majvr Cafmipbael' 1^ d^ i)ut know li^of my^^lf, J bswtl Colonel itii)..v-   ' ;;.�j;'.;^-,.' �a'.^a;;)^;;^;.'^: ; ^tord C^IWicI'Frebcb tielri'hdj^trtf-Mr'^iBir*- I'wi^^ iittlio4iWc;anfd,Ho nlitkiiilw uf fl>ytiVr(|-1i^vWMg�. ftb ]iarcbase.bonnes,, Jiriju ^ilj^ro/.polJtb^^^ coin-' ' diti(ip^sjii}..tbep seji t^nj?' freq'jjeutly solilbis b,Drses; wbeflier thry were in gooS ^ndilioo' oV nbl.ls cannot *ay,: forjbe;f|iS.qnesilly purchased iiorses^^apd.soW Ihethatidifer-eut limes. """   � ,- � . .l^b5^j^r�;idept-T'VI!bep4biB..c�Mv>,natioD is. to ?pd-l, anj at "i .ISWs'Oi [JS9,*J i'M!'!^ii''e�>*�3'x"^:,tl6at Colonei .French; bought bnrses, but whetbrrbe'tiitaebt Ihedi f>r sate, he C'1n< qpt,telJv,or..whe||ier.wbe9 sdH.(bey,.w^TO,well coodilipned or not.' Tbe. Prosecutor is. actually. cro5� miniai�; his .i^w.n. witness. I merely Ibirow Ibia 6at,.fot it is. not niy. d^t3f,to Bl,9pbjqiip l.skiggjwhat cb;p5�e/oif^ plea%^ Did Colonel French ever sell a hnrsr I0: Mr. Parrot, s-. Kbraf.^aleH sl-'beliere'Mr.VPaA'atTdid.buy a borsr'fi^im the Golonel-, bittvl    itot:belif.ve';he bought it for htrosetfr Did it ever happen to Ootunel Frentb,.wbile be had.berse8: LO;bii*4talIlea,.1ti6it he'xastoblieFd to borrows borsxaii a i chargec,'funregitneatal dutyf;i Hc^irtvet lomy knov� 1 �JM y6ti'�rerlend^t%>l0oet Frmditthoiieyoui^elf?'! did, but be bad horses at the same time fit for regimental 'd'aly. -H�d'''te--fcliarge'rs'ot'Ulie''finie*;-!l' shonld cdnelttilebis hofsa'wtt-echftrgere.?'"-        ' -   ' -Aa^Veftfiiiary'SJirgeoiii but y�h- the inspection of'tbi Officers' horses?   Every Officer in the regiment, when'be' boUglit^'hort^,''asked'me WinKpCc'^ him, foirthe parpose'of .seeii^girfew'sWiBdinod..' . .   ,.,>- �.� i - VV�#jCtoDtor1ait9 i'ronrloirnu^ , a^tftW*,:**"* * rewmmelide* hW�-fo'*fty tlitOT:--! nWe'r \ for the purpose of looking out for horses. I wis-i'iut'-'cbin;' iflfesioned,U Votti�teBre.t, aud.'if so, was that profit .con�i-dA-abiie ? I dojn'ot.linow whit Cu.lonel French sold bis liurses ,. pid yon ever.-sell,any horse,or horses for Colonel French? ; N[evej-,io;mx kiibwiedge.:      . .l)id youev,ef go to q fair with .Colonel French?   Once; to a place.near .where my frieijda lived, but il was priv�te business toolc me .there. � bid Coibiiel French purchase any.horses at thai f.ilr? He hauehl one. Di^( you buy any horse at that-fair?* I also bought, one al tbe rrqnest of Colonel French, as 1 knew llie Gentleman who had the horse for sak-.   ,      � Whni was the price'you paid for. the horse? It was a 'mare; the same that Was afterwards sold by Colonel French to Uettt.^Noolh.'t paid about eoZ.forber.--' Do you-know the price, paid byColonel French fur the horse Jietiought at the fair? 1 was''not with him when he purchased the hocsp,    ..... What became of that horse?   Colonel French sold him to CororfcHalJ.,.,.        / .      �,�':.:. ..TheCouiit was iheocleared for. fifteen, minutes.- ' The Wtlntss .ri-falUa. - Do you consider that Lieut.-CulonFl French openly and pifblicly ,dratt"in horses, by keeping in his slables at the ttspeitivt! barriii ki 1 dod station^ of tbe regiment, divrr? horses-fur sale in the last three years, tu tbe great scandal and discredit'of the service, aod to the prrjudice of good order-and military ;di;cipliiir?. Certainly not; must cer-jainly nor- -        . T.    '  By the Cnurt-Can you tcll.of your own knowledge what nunihtr of liorses-Lienl.-Cofunel Frenchnsually kepi tn his. stable at the barracks at .the: same' time? Generally three auil-a^pony; nevermore than fuur and a pony. -'.'For wliatpuriiosedid^oU go fi-onfi Birmingham to Clolir cestershirS'?-- Ttysee my fiiber-before his drntb; he was fx-tremely ill; and after his death 1 went two or three times to afrang�-niy private affairs.        - - r ...Jtfr.Brymcr, jcn. r^citUcii. Have yon found the letter you reciivcd from Colonel F(euch?-i'l ba*E.'...^ ..-t ,  .....     .;; By tbe Court-Put 10 the letter; which. the witness, ac-cordiiigly did. ,'-'   1-. ,; CulonelFxeucb.admitted.tliat. the letter was liis wtkting. . 'The witness said l^e bad marked tbe Uues ..uf;.lhe, IcttrV wb'cbappUed.tatbepres^ntcharge.... � -,polont'l^Pi-epcU.eM pressed his. desire .Ibat, the whole letter nij!gbLbereadyforlbe>.purposepf ihc C�u(( bt:ing:|mt.|a pu^-fes.iioii. of ^ls.geiieral.iiqport.- ,r     -r.,.!       v, i i., !> Tbe Judge-'Adyucalelben read the letter: It alatrdithaf^ ll^^ftonld'ibe i^ecAsary; fur ftbe triineSB'tov-alto'w rthia-son;^ oil joiiiinglhervgiin�>V9 7. per annum V'tbril give list-'4tf 4Ue  nMeMai Jatnihjiirrlo:;lmiiieud>biitt4;ut';!7(t>K be was leady broke for Ibe Anlnr^faod itv-Ji�.A>uiid!a;�(c�na fioiwtiAtiw  kiia,bewwold^behajipy^ J�iM�iSltoenaiiif hIIaJUl*i^i�i;li',v^;l./iJ'?^.-> vi- .Didyou ever rvcciVe uny �iber letter from Col^Frtncb Pnidore it.-ll^'iris ai^rdntely nrudu �d. . , . ' '',;",'* m��\iilluVititV  hirg|?r ; ht-'^oVlin'- ' t '^'fSc^^t^irtfMalltl tta^tW^Mtoiiiiritbe iStcond charter ' lb J Cuiloiirri'relH'b wa� .cauar d^bf bis'^rhc wfinotsVJ/Jei^-r- ' >I*aB'glir6"lb ��heibl�i"i*Tj they turried'obt W;"i�y TgrtaifcM'^B.factidny'atid they �ii'oiild' row self Jur iiciijjf" :|�lDii,We thVpriC' ! paid Coroiiel^'Fteiich'f ir'lbcin^i.'. - T/ 1 P^bal ptice did ^ou give Cofonel; Fr.-^ch ftr Ibe ^t6^.�^J' i���r* Th* prit'e fbr them' ihai is'meiitidued in CWcjfi^rFTW 1. With thai letter was,, ibat my son bud been strongly rccq'm-* : melra^d"tJ� iheColon^r:''; ^ ^: ;,   . Clijr��f;;Bryin.er *worn. .  , How long.have you.been;in.lbe.rrgimeiit ? Twelve mon:bl llie 24;h of iasf m'tbtii^'" , ;,Did, yoi^r fattier.-pnrct^e..two bnrsrs from Lieulenapt 'Colonel French prrri)iug..to yqur juining Ibe regiment?. ' tie did. . ,    .    . ; ..... ..Did the horses answer the" fdescripfion given of thenv.iiy i,ientenant.C�1one( Fren'cb ? JTb.cy.dMl./' -i.' H'aw.long djil.jou.krep them ?.-l_haj'f one:'T)f th(fm .npw. * 'How I'oog" is 'itViiice' son .pWrlcd witli.~ihe bthfr_?   AbuQl ,nlbs .ifler i jliiiieil'lBe rcfeilneatV'' ' '      ' rcgiftientV Isold il to Mr. Slaulc, tiro or three m nibs .ifle?rj'oiiieil To whom did yoo dft'po'ft of ;it ?' a horse.dealer, fliV^OR -      ^ , .     . ' \Vbat wa^' the"raW'"bf''ytJrtr parting -Willi.-him'? Be. caitsi-he rin'a*iiy'*iilftn)>srivabt,:'�o*ai ir; wl�ti ptitcbioedTrom -Lipntenai.v.Cblb6el French,''fit for tbe ranltsiai-* ofiitf^r ?- I-had nwopprirta-iiily of knowing, lor i lisd not j linod tbf'regiment. ' ; Was heso wfii^i yunjiriaedlbe regiiilcot?'l:do ii<t aittoopburte'.thtitColonelFrencbsotd-to Maj'.C Hartley? '1 liay.�-inu;kao�ledgeVmyself uf it,-except what CtilbneJ.FrsOCh toldme.:?.;! IJ .i . ,-. ; 'r"- ' . �' ..i.l^d.faeinfaliia^ypuit was'xtronp hbrse?- H* did not'' 1 State wJiat!r.Cu|unel..- e .slabla;aud: look, at the ibruwn: durte. |leitbeii,lp|djne;be.b$iisuld:buBUu! Mtijor^H-arttey'^utthlrvy guineas; at''ibe^same, iibie be remnikeil, that he'wvaid tiik
                            

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