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   British Press (Newspaper) - September 30, 1820, London, Middlesex                                5 .'�11' T; mHISEVsENIjNfG; SA-TURDAY. ^Sepe. 90, of Syr.-iciiseJ''Mr.'Joi>es; Dromio nf Ejihcous, Mr. W. Far-; icii; Dnitnio of Syracuse,  Mr. Ijsoii. Abbess, Mrs. Fan., cit ; Ailrmnaj RIuB Greene (l>er first appeorauCE iu ibatj To cbncVadewUTi a tiomic Pfece, ill oiiV act, called      i ^^^iDAYbAtFTeRiWiE W.EBPIWfa! ' ' Col. Freelijye, Mr, JuH^i lior(l..Uirci|i,vair.Clareinont. � XtUTiksf'Oie WceS! MIe Tliealre lia's been c'olirely new ile-coxalC'd.aDd en)bel)'isl|fiU .'�   '   ' ' ' ' A Riiperb cenlral Gjiandelieir, ion a npyel,pr'niijjplc,, ^nil conifil^lely veii!ilal(?d,"has Heeu'cuiistrucied ; by Mr. y/.vai. \ Cirrle. A new iSroii^rtatDV^fOiD on .'original design,- bi^s been f A rriv.nle Box fc?^*!"^ l''? iSeaswijOc nfgbflyj.if' Plueesfor VlielBo*ra l\>'iye'lakfji of Mr. Biaiidon, at tlie I!Q\.Officp, H.arl.^treet,fro�i rrcn tJil-Four..' ��' '   � Hoxks "is ; Si'coiid Price. 3s. 6 "'2si 'Second Price,' Is.-Upper Qal-lerv. Is.; Sfcowd Price, 6(1. ' � � !� On Miiuduj, Virj;lnius, or TheLiberalion pf Rome-rlbe newBaHet-and Boinbasles Fnrioso. ft �RENCE 'JOHNSbN,' lal^ betonRing fp tlVe.Mfr-!chau�.Aip-efe|ii*biW;-'dccte8W;bv �apiilying'to Mr'.XiiW|eii, ,!S>.i:3, Brll'y^rdjyOocJors^'eiimnjbns, may beaVof sotti'e-tbing tu (heir sidva)ila](e>^,' ,' � ���       �.��/���.'�.  i'- ''�      'ea'^T ^N'iiiA'.ho.PSp:, .September ,26, .l20.t .rfflFTE CQ,lj,li!r, ,inp, fur Ihc ELECTION ofl u OniECTWR,-.v(; j!ii*;Ba,id_;4;oitipaoy, in Ihe rooci of Sir AlfxunJcr Allan,'Bart, dcccasril. ,,      .     i  ..   r r   i � .        ^'--l        " "JOSEPH DART, Secretary. .--7TT1-r !        -..f--'    ' EAGLE INSU^AiNCS COMPANY. iJJs "BOOKS,of iliis'et^.HPA'NY mli-be SrfUT,from Ibe I8(h of^geptembeis fo ittie: I4tb.�>f Octoii^r beki, >*liciFa-"I)l. ^ vuieiirf-of Five ?i�er'C*nC^(ll'PoinWeiice payoicw b^()v,een " ihe hours of Eicven and TliVce, And ciiiiliiiiie payin'p every _folj(nvios.dtty, Saliirdays. esccpled, till the fitblS'nvi'nibpr iiex.I, and afierward.s on ei't'cy flUcce*.'di�Ej Friday, between life same hours.' ,. , LOMDONv SATURDAl^^ SB|3ifiMB;ER^ 80, 1820. ',    . �,,;',.1^9^E'S..NA?('M>I?Ati,Tey�'&.*c-,-*-e^.i, The Ivo mosl pensively cip.teUiiawa,  a ^ J?PUiTBlCA L i HOUSE' TH AT 'iATpK-iStJll,T; "W^ift?;14 ^Slepfpc?n^Ri,ft(fd,JUusH-atioris iB11*ie;s�ilJllSiotbeV Cul�, ''TlHrtylei>h!h.)Brii'�ionJLM<; -.' r,'s; � ) !*�.;!'�' 2. NOt^^'WJ BiCORiJO!   By.Hie>�anie,Author.-jWilb London: Printed for WffllAm"tfoije, ^tudeHtc,;^!!;,' �nd: LsaW,hy7aJHhfeBo3k�s1reH'i'ii ibe Ulj^d'EmirdUrti-^ Co^Mi)ij-];[Oi:^^r!!,,e�iclosiHg' reriii*�8nBeii}iit?il|.ib^-puncfb-, ^al^ly V^pculedjjind, !)acarda for,,ilfeu;->i,aitd,�byp i)n Ferdinand, Mr. Barnard; Don . Antonio, Mr. CnKO" (from the Theatre' Royal, Bristol,, his 2J appearance ou misstate); Isaar. Mendoza, Mr. J. Russell. Ooiiiiii Clara, ]VIiss K. Corri-, Donua Louisa, M,rs. Uarrick ; the Dni^nua, ]Mrs. Pearce. ^ In Ihe course of IheOpcra Mr. "Rraham will sins " .Tost like Love"-the Echo Duet, " Ah! whither, uhithcr is hfc s!r:i5*ing," with Mi&s R. Corri-and after the 0[n'ra, " The JDra'ih of Ndson."   i.'.i '' To cimclude with, 15th,iimr, a.Cpmedv, in three aGt�, called EXCHANGE No llOj?|5EKV.;     : , OrVTfflt blAiiilVNO RING. .        , The Principal iGliahicters lly M'Wsi-s. Oxherry^'Terry, T^iiUi'r, Harnar.d, ,J..R.U!iSell, .\yil|i;vms, Ali-s.' Alardyu,- iVMss Lriib, Mrs. ionfe.1, and'-Mrs. Baker. fiist Price-^Bbke5;'63.-Pit, 3s.-First Gallery, 2s.- StTiind Gallpjiy,.Ls,.;-      �    . '       ' ' Sfcoiid Price-Boxis, 38.-Pit, Is. CJ.-First Galleiy, Is. -S.C()iid Gallery, 6d.'   '     ' SpcDiid Price.will commeoce every Evening precisely at Kinc o'clock,   ^        ^ ,   ,,� Places for the Boxes t  be .taken of Mr. Massiugham, jit the Tiieatre.      '.  :     '�;''� A Private Box may bp, had, nightly, by n|>plicaii6nht Ihe Box Office!     � ����    � , ,    , . u The Doorslo'be opeiie'd'at Half-pasl Six o'Clocfc, and ihe Performance to he^iu: at Seven. On Monday, Doit Days iu Bond-Street I-Ella Rosenberg -aiid'Exitby Mlst^ke;i =     ' ^    ,u . "ILLIAM BEETJIAM, Sec. Goruhill, Anghi' under-mentioned Gentlemen, wilio'are eir^rble-ti) be le.eleried. By a By-Law no pers(ju can be a Candidate for the Office of Director,or Audirur, unless he Khali [jive at least fourteen days i'lolicp thcreuf Qu writing) to llie Secretary, previous to theGcneral Mcetiii?-, August 24, 1820. WILLIAM BEETHAM, Secretary. directojus out by rotatto.v. JAJJIiS BREWliK, E..q JOH'N'CLEUGIl, I.sq. .SAMDtL NASH, I-,, JtlCIlAliD WHIIEAVFA E.q EDWARD \V. WINDUS, E ; new.Ro/nr.ntIc Wrlo- � drama, inthfee parts, fpnnded on ihe,eeJebraled Tale called rapj'VA'Mviiit-,' " '� Or,;TjaE,IJRIf)E;OFiTHE, I-SLES. '   � Characters m the introiluctoiy.yisiun-The Vara pi re, Air. T.-P.C.'>6ke- La' ^arei;'Mi-k. nl S'. Cliatterley- U-.ida, ?Jiis Lovi"5, Ariel,;ftUsii^'iirguian:, ;  ,   , , Characters in ihe ~Drania-r-Kuthren, i^Iri,,T, P, Cooke; E.inahl, Mr.MjMl'^V;'I'"l>�"'i'''. l*'"'. Pearn.an; McSwill,' Mr. Harley. Lady Margaret;'MrsirWjlS. tlhatttirley-, Bridget, iilrs. (iriive; Effi.e, Miss L Stevepsou., , ' r ' � -The spaciotis Salopn will be, opc^ned as usual at Eigh.t o''Clo(k, for the atliiiitia'nce of the Sicoud iVite, (vliieli com.i inences at-Nine. ' .,j    , '  t i Price, per Gal- rice,oai'.i ^ ..i'.r  ir; r > -'>. Private Boxes ni^y be,(>ad nigWy-wf, .Mr., Sicyeosiin,, of-wbnni l'la(*es are in be 'takenj at'lhe Box O'tHce, Strand Entrance, rr.om.Ten , where Ihc yayiuenl has lieen more than double the Sum .'ssiired. A Bonus, amouuling, in most instanre..-, to tivenly-five per Cent, and in some lo n-nvards ,f thirty pef Ct-nt. on'tiie Premium paid, wiihiu the^lasl seven years, eiidiiiff al Mi-cliaelnias last, has been added to all Policies of A.^siirance elFected in this Oliicr, fur the whole Period of Lifrf. ' No Eutranrc Sloncy, Admission Fee, or oihcr Official Cliarge, exacted. ! ^'      {Honcliicled front 'diit Pa;jji|_^o^j'eW;ifa^^    ^ ,^ " ^'"'^^fc.^Hc;^!^"'... Tlie Coor^ piet at eleven.o'clockJ-ThesCarl.of CatJiamp-tQU wast piesent'.''.' :', . � L(eirfenant;Coldnel Frrtiicl! rosijto t-eadji^4*'^''ce, \yilicli 'wfeB'herfi^y'as'fAiloWs:-  .   , ' ... �^T.-Presfderitand Geiiileiien-tl is not Jiiy inienlipn lo con^pUiii of those eliargesbeiiig briju^ht against m.e, but .1 ^nst complain of the manner the Ijioble ,t?ro?ccutor.|bought Jlroper'lo take'ou tile opening (hem tq you ;_it is uqt.for nie 'to kn()*f what induced bim tii'talie so rancorous a conrse; howi'ver, it has not had the desired elFect, fur,>vh*f:h I may thauk''(lle honourable feelings ot th'osc \yhOr,cond^ict the '^iiihlii- pre.os of the country, who wiinld not aendforlh vague as.sertious to the world, until the whole case was concluded. The Noble General, in his opening address, told yiiu, that if I was guilty of the clmfges, a-id was in Ihfc service ot some other countries, that I would be liable lo transportation ; so f,ir i will join with him, and go further and say, if 1 am Erniltyof them, no degtadatiou 'wduld be too great for me. I know I have nolhingito ifear from this Honourable Court, but that 1 have.every thing.to bope from its jnslice andbo-nour.   I always treated the Noble Earl with all the respect due to his rank and siatinnj and he ought to have paid me tliat respect due to my rahk.   Lean tell him thai 1 am as proud of my rank and station as he can be of hi.s, aud would be as careful of doing nuyact thai would degrade it, I will tell him that he c.inupt now cloak bimnelf, by saying that h^ brought the charges on ijtisiepre'eiiialions mode to him.   I will tell him he ought to have, made i'nquiries into facts before he brought the cb'argeSi   The first charge is not ui-irle out in evidence; it is ntit.proved that this lady is not my wife; it is not forme to prov� it.  I will prove her iriild and retired conduct; I will prorelhal she nei^er was seen walk, iug in barracks, or any ptl)er quarters where, the regiment was stnlioiied ; 1 will' prbyc tijal she never was seen in any place of phhiic amuseinen''t witll me; 1 wilt prove that we were never seen ridinir or walking pab'ltcly together.   The Noble General might hnye^ had DUbrc geiieru'sily.and feeling for this lady, than to try to break a connexion which had rOnlinned' for twcuty-five years., ,It iapingulttr that what is (ousidered'acriuje ill 1820, was not coojiitleied so in 1800. He kniiws I wa5Ti!\V;tys dcdoi'oua in iiijf'inanners, that want of frelin;; of heart  is not amOit t i bhould havelibrok'c� a connexion Ihit hull  lasted for.such a lenstb of..timer-  1 ma.y have I?oxcs, 5s. ; Sccpnd^.Price, 35-Pit, 3s.-; Senmii Is. 6(1-Lower Galit.ry;6.:i.'; Seciind P,-ic-e, Is-Uiii: lery, |s.;;Secoii.d.Price,6di  ! �   ' � T\VO OF'TWENTY THOUSAND POUNDS! ^    TWO-GIF iTEN T'H-'OUS'A Ni>' POCNfe ! Others. <.f]|,tlOO/.,&Cf, &Ci;&c. "^Jl (Sterbne .Slonrv.-Only 7 e'lO rirkVls , No^ bss titan 4,500 Tickets will be diau ii NEXIT T�'URS&.AY;9<'''' �^J-^-  i!; early: '   '      Two PRICES OF �10,0110 mnsi hfe ilt?(-Oflicc, 9,,'c�ri)hili,_ Lijndon, \^hf.i-e, No, ,8,443, . Jbe first: SOjOSOr.Tifze'iri irtii ^^feseiit jearVas SiJM in Siaies.     ^  _ rS'i   [5ISH,    ConiraciMf.-i'tji--. 'tlie::! I.nt'tei-T;^-' jE O 4,.'')'iO Tickds will He drawn First d-iy, which Mtiil be al! Pi'ijcB (if ihe Public aVail ilt'emst Ives'(if'ihc cin-Iractor's (iffcrV:^ _i -        '.� v t : >   ,  tvv-u l'nz(-s*oflA.fi(JO/.,in the .first Fifteen SIifiu.tes. ., i: ,   .�v.frwo^Wzes of       ie2rf,(^(ri)"- � WILLIAM BURY^ Sec. " CllES.S. '.       \     '� New Works on CliesR, ^cieceiilly publishrd by T. and J, �11 ' ALLMAN, Priiices.siieel, Hanover'^quare. J.,fZ, E N N V ' S   F R A C VI C.A L   CHESS " GRAMMAR, in 4io. illustrated by Tta Plate?, fo'r'llie'tise of liegiditr r.j.   TlieFonrlb Fditiou. price 7.^. . 2. PRACTICAL CflE.^S EXEKCISES ; roniaiuing va. rions (vpen^ngs,^Games, and Sitnavi(?ns, iii;ie.niled,asM( s'etjuel to'Htt*^Tibove ; 'rweniy-two Plates. Si'(;{iiid Eilition, 7s. . 3;i,ST�A,TAGIv.MS .OF CHESS; iir, 'a Collection' of Ci^ilical and remarlfable Situations, fieje,'llliam'L(-w"i8. Seeinld Eiotioii, price 8.i. ';!,',' I .' i   - -    -    - TRU.ssf.S.  � ~      * EN roiisequeiicc art of the tliish, staling � liirli side thiy are ainict'jd, uiaydi;-peVld on beiiii cnnecrlly Sued; / XIVO .I^ijize. of '    � &c. &c. ...ilttjOOd,- i" ' � Aff-'-'Sferliiig 'Moiieyi-^'Olfl.r^r'.iKi'o'fii'k^ls'; ' �'" ' Eyfr.y,jTick�'t..br:.�;hireibon!;lrt ' before tli!;''First "Day'will' li iri^ the piangjs,>f^,thf 'fivOjlOifiCO/ nr^icbJir^lJuiie! id'be drSwii in'Hie fii-'el'"<|i)arter if aji. hour, In'sidi^s the "Ib'er Cap(talirllii,tmajc.be'lWaWn'Vbat''(Vay-''aiia^f'd'|-^^^ Blank,.jlie-Ihdiiey'^iga.v re(yiiv^i.l'l^jrf?niitj!(Shart's-iiB; jiruii portion/" if iireseiiied on or, b.f..r^ 13lIifOet(iber, or h.aye 1 he. ebHlioe-iJr I he St bon'.l'tiiyN^' D?tf AW, rfVVi,'a I I't'lie fcapr.' allKbisi npaitein!jbe. diei.--!�Ii-;DUFUUR,Surgeon to ihe Daraiiian Diipeii-sar.y fur;the , CiJre p( Strieliiiy.s. and sole . Proprietttr and' Vjinder of Daran's Alidirated Bougies,  havjug, during a niiirte of tipivardiiot27 yeai.i of (Xtensive praciiee in.ca.ses cf, StrictuTt*, .obs't'rved ntiiohrrless disl-ressing'iust'ance^'of-^ : Uu^tU'C, he li.-iB_a\'(iently appli.'d ^himself^ lo, disco,ve^�^r<'-3 mtdy fo'r'so'prevfilent'a niiilady, and whi<-h he has h.appily 1 acconiplisljedr The fidhiwing Atteiitaliiih is'tefected fi-oVii li'' , firrect nuinbcr, : CtVi-fe 'lif' ill ' Wormionse;      _      . , ! Po(fr, jvl", this. ^faKis|i,' d<) :h.er^ "�N.B..-^^rns8eSj conslru    '           � ..'iviij    I lie loiiowing /itiestatroO is feererrted tVotn a ' l'.''l''.''.>,;'" . bi^ Treatise, :oii.., i |ie., Rodiciil! Rupture:--'' Parish  of St.   Ann, WeHtmi�ster, isei^Ji()y^.|ft,vil8igl.  �We, ilie '(aye;bceirin Ihebahit. of bnyingand sellini; so.med�orS(;^-the whoi.e of my lime being s)>eiit at the hi u'd quai-ters of .the jregiiiient, it uas some amu'semenVlo me.   Tlie'Noble Earl has told you that I had the vanity )lo think that-1 am a judge of ahorse fit for the service; I will tell him that I havenol only the vanity, but lliul J .have the judgment.   But what has been proved of my publicly and. openly dealiug in Jiorses:-that in the whole  space (if three years  1 only bought tweuiy three or t'wenty-f(fnr horses, making only eigiit a.year.   I will ask the Noble Earl, if, ever since'he was Colonel of the leji-nunt, did.he evei-, ifter an dnspectioil; of tbe regiment, hear a complaint made agaiual Ihe iuternoliflcbuiiiny of the regi-menlj or to the prtjudicc of any pai;t*f, tbe conduct of it. As to the' fourth charge, .It could only bave been brought onth'e authority of ihc calumny of t lie witnesses who wire called by Ihe Noble Proseenlor to' support it, aiid whose evi-(ieiicei'rom llic beginnina; to.end is a whole'tis.'iue of false-, booil.   l.ani not foild of inveqtive,bul if ever there was a ji nialignant prosecution brought against ..any person,  I am ij th'sit m--in.   The charge w-as wliollydispi-ovid by liie evidence ' of the witness bronolrt to siippoM it-cerlii'iily not by the evainination in chiif.butby the crbssicxairiiiiation, and that of the Members of Ibis Honourable Courli - Mr Hall proved lint Iheie Was no offer of sale of the,horse ma.le t6 h,ni liy  Pajin 1^1'r Hay; and that Ihiire wqs no charge made by me iii Mr.'11 ill of 32. for Bxtrafuraue.   As 10 ihe charge f..r the sale of thi^ b'rowii'horse, and ll'is having been a troop horse, it was singular' Ih it Payiinater Hay aild Ridiu-;-'. ia:(ster .Martin, wiio from their situations are the only )ier-soiis  ijial could prove lhaj- i.t had   beenalroop  horse, they have bi.eii i-xamined by the Noble Prosecutor iu sup-, pnr'tof tlie Cliarse, and they faileil ti, prove it.   U is Irne thev allciiipieil lo prove if, but aftei-�ai-da, disproved it 011 tliefr. rrose-txaniination.   Asib Ihc aixth-chnrge, that, is en-liielydispro^'ed, thai I destroyed, or ordered lobe destroyed, ihe r,-i;isler troop horse l>ooks.i .1 M-ill teir the Noble Lord, for Iks information, as.lxes(;eois to be ignorant of the fact, thai no tj-oup register bouk would infornrhjui pf the num'lier of horses recuinm'eilded Uy^. the Conimandtv of tbe regiment; lb it if all the"froiip' regisier boofc were do-srroyeil., the-reg'iiter book in Ih6 ^iljutanlSolBie wonld give.the infji-jiialioii.   J request this Hunoi^rabte Court to   bear   in   niind, that., Captain Siepbeuson, , Pavmaster, Ilaj,'aiiil Ridiuijmaster Martin, are'the only ofticeia of t1ii; regirtient  tliat-have given  evidence ' that r  openly and' publicly rieilt i'li hoi-ses'; ill! the i>t|ier, blfirefs, ac-cordingilo tlieir-evidencc, wel-e of a difieienf "opinion.   I claim, tb.;n, the rijibl to state the ieia)ivei;itnalh>n-uf-these three (jffiii the.jusiice of Ibis Honourable .Cuurf,,ai)d'V;put: ili'fiij-�)Ui- hand.* what is dearer to me than iriy life-niy ho-nilnnj and t-haveiiofehr of the result. ' ' , j AVere yon aecond in command ? in the alwpit^ of 1 be Scijiur Major. ^, ' 'U"* Howlo'ng is it since you qnitled the're|!teeDt ?  IniS*?-'f'f.ii'ber,-*''i8l'3'. .jS- .':Ho*''li>ng"'dld you serve in Ihe regiment' 1 jpiped it in Febriiar).; 1�12'.   �    "  ' . Did you h'nuw'ihe lady mentioned in the chargf^.wbich ha's been,r,(:ad 1,0 you ?.   I.d/d not, "c ; ."Did joii rver see LieuJ;,eyajit.Colon-el French at any pTW* 'dif'.'puiilJd'enl'ertaioment with her ?   Never. �   , , -' (BiA^yo'ri ei-er see Co'lont'l Frcii.-h walking or riding withf �!heriii'pOblit,-txcei(t'0A a'raarcb?   I never saw her with ,,li.iJia,aMlt. - "!      �  �  , ,,. pj.(i,>;ju!^p,pi� if,her, being lip'the barracks gave offence "or paiii to any of lhe,ntai^ied otiicer's (fires of the regi-!''irfeiif,'whi!'^ybu,w'e^ iiiit? I "neyer heard of its having '<10ne'�,. - �'�- - � � - , 1 Did;you, tverVse-any'thing, in Lieul.-0 lpnel Fi-ench''B ,,f9fld^c|i ,0^ iliatof liiSitadYi that tended 10 give offence to J^^^tjied.oJBo.rs, iir their wives     1 did poL '      � _ Did you ever see aiijt-thing in Lieut.-Ciilonel - Frenwi's � l^obdjirl,' til te'iiti to set a bad 1 x:unple to the Juuiu^r t>ffieei-8 ? Idid-nol. _ :-   ''?;- ?tto�!ln8elfa�fe'jonikb5*B Kithl.-Coldiiell^cbr'Since l;he;yei�r'1812,- �  '  " - .        - - Slate lojhe.0'�rl all you know of Lieulenant-Cohmel ' I^iencb, aa-'a man of honour, a gentleinao, and an oliicer! rii|(vays con'sidtred him a.� a man of strict honuur, and a gerrtleman; as iin oflicer, he was always zealous and atten- tive, and II e regiment was alWays in the highest ol-Jer. Cross-examination. \ Doling the lime yon have been giving your eviienre of youropiuion of the conduct of Lieut.Colonel French, Had you not heard that he.dealt largely in horses? 1 did hear that, he dealt in lior..ies. i /fl Chief.- Dill you hear in this periotl that Lieutenant. Col. Frentti liad ever acted unbecominjf an officer ? I uevi-r beard any one complain of the conduct of Lieuli.Colonel French. Charirs IrwiUj Esq. sworn. The President-The evidence to character mu�t be confined to three years, the length of time meulioucd in the charge. A Member of Ihe Court said that he considered the accused could go lo any length of lime in giving evidence as to character, but not to any other point. Were you some time since Major of the 6th Dragoon Guards?   I *vas. How long sinre you left tiie regiment ?  Fourteen months. How long did yun serve in (he regiment ? Twenty-three years. How long did you serve as a Field Officer in Ihe regiment ?   Six years. Did you kno(v the lady in (|ueBtioii ?   T did. Did you ever see Liclilenaiii-ColoHel Frt-urh with tiel- at any jilace of public enierlainment ? Never within this la^t 20 year,. / Did .yon ever. ree him walkincj or riding iTith her in public, except ou a march ? Never, not eyen on a march. I have not inarched with Lieutenant-Colouel French fur a considerable nnniber of years. Did you ever see her walking in qnnrters or barracks -Never;.so furl might have seen her walking from one i-oom lo another. Did you ever hear married Oflficers' Ladles say lhat thev lived  = " - '........... 'dered;rty aijdilional pitnii-hment , teTK^e^of flw 'Conrt.marli.-il, it � on the Serjeants to.(he sci.--, was jully proved-in evidence-, whifb ipade it uiint-ns=�iy for hijti to s ly one word oh it. LienL-Cyl. French, ID the char;'' of hn deabpr: opclily ^i"*. jinhl^ly to lti(rs�9, vestfil hU definite on Ih^-fiirikss of h w ib ali'-js, and that it wis.tly; babit of eierv Commat'drr of x c r^ilry. r'giment to ar; in tlie fan)-.'-.->-.iv, bv bo-.inr: a'ri !,rli;itg horses niore nr le�f,   Thifi I.e. woiilit leave to ' e the best judges ^rhether 1 .........  -...........i^--- ��'   .....-' - dt-alers in borses,    As ttinrt to derrde,' f.-r -Itlet fe'e're the best judge, was nsiial f�c Cmmand. rs of cavalry prcim draleis in borses, As lo the diarge of LiebP-Cofom-l trend, having sohl, the sainu horse twice to C.irntt, IJali, � was only iiercs�ary1V,. him. to obs.rve, that Cornet H". 11 dtd,acknowh-dge-in Ins v,id^nce, that he received a l; character; and requested that he might be called iu, and examined. ^ Tho Pre�ident oh?erved, wbalevoi- weight might be attached to what fell from sii Iiigli an ofiircr ui Lor.I Catlic-ut, as a witness to rliaiaeter. the Court rould nol bri'ik tliroii^iii the rulis laid down for condnciiiig C'onrls-inarlial. Tiie I'/trl of Carliailiplon h,id rt-ud ins replv, and ��j witn ' � niiild l)i. exHiniiied afirr tli.il was don,-, l-'rencli ought to li.ive called Loid Callicart h id been read. The  other  members of llie opinion. The President-Then, Gentlemen, this trial is Lieiit.-(,'oloiji-l bel'ore the ri j ly Coiirt  arqiiie.^rrd   in lit"? i cuncludi-d. To ific EDITOR of The BlitTlSII PRESS. .�;iR-.lis the Editor of'/'//c Conrinr has nnjnstlc rrfn.el the inseriion of ,oy reply lo some obseivalions  which a-; peared m that Papnr, dated the fit h insiniit, Ki-,,d Ih-cniLu lorn, which yon will find copied in Tlte Covr.nlr^ IJerni.luf-the 15tl., aud my answ.-r, 1 shall c.ii1si,li.r it a great ind-jl gence ifyou will allow me a place in your culnmns for the lii.mwiiig remarks, aud oblije, yours, CaVeniry, Sept. 25. A CONSTANT RFA DE1{ TO THE EDITOR Oi-' THE COURIER. .<;iR-I had a right to expect that as yon had presum-d lo allow an ,n,lividi.-al to make an attack'upon iii.s- townsmen under an assumed name, that (whatever iinglii he y..nr p,li lli-al principles) yon would not have dcnii-il me the insertiuu ply; more particulai ly .so, when vour Corresp ,iid,-i,t p-rlial -.7 to coi;v,-./ not  your i/^'betBnrl bf,.earbKmpton asked ColoneWFr'tnibi if lie had ti|,c,bp,uk ^.if-^lluded tpiindiisiwrillep  Tiiid;aoliiei'soj for th W.>^r'9.*,4fi%'>,ce'H i-j.-ltJi      :''"'.K';-;.-i'c ,b:t,.;.' > tieutenant. Colonel Elpbinlitbijej S^'R^gimnit'    'fodtf^' '' -^i^ii.mif-^^t''?3'fiffi?f|Wj^'W'."?iBVSlfJwj-ge.i 1,1 .u'i;i )d ' Yiii:  10- mJidpninidtyiColonel-fhueW.    - 'i:io!  Btiite, ihut, as Ihe Colonel uF the refjinjcnt, he cdnld not ii^vje done,otiierwiae than he did, by reporliiijj 10 his' Unyal Hiuhiiesa the Commauder-iu-Chief the iuforinalinu. he'batl rtcejved of ihe miseutiducl of Lieut.-Colonel Freiiclij, antl oo ko-repqrtinc;, he tvas ordered by the ConmianJer-ia-Otiitfia bec'ime the prosecirfor.   So far from Ida havinoj a rfliicoroug miiinosiiy lowards Lieut-Culont-I French, he was tlie (jcrtiiin who-bad i'ecomafemled him lo the* Cuminundcir-' iii-Cl�iif (t^r:t*ypTy.6tcp iif prefeimrnt he had obtained in tbe rrjjiineni.' U,e deiiitd lhat in bringing the charges be waa inHueiiceJ byTin.y'univorlby moiive: he brought thfin be-cause'if"wtrR^hls dnty, as Colouel of the regiment, to do so. As (u lUe first charge, it was,-not denied hy Lieut.-Goloftoi hVencft, that on the inarches of. ibe.fpeiirieut herode ptrb-Iicl^ with ll>e^ L^dy jn ijuc^^uif.in, an open carriage.   So f4i*, ifieii, ifie ch'urue was pfored.; .Lieul.-Golonei FreMjch:did not di-wy (hal h'b dliJ tio't UVe at ihrfiiiess, but had iuid ihcCouit j ibdt- ibei-e Wfttf Hi^ specific order whicHi^ortlpeiled'hJtft to do j si�;MiAl^lhe. (thi^ Nwble Earl) bad lo^fiayiouibrt* iVoiiJt was,-1 tba^ Ibjtrfe, wi|6^^troi}g,r�comineiidutiou of the Ciiftimand^i--iU'Cl}j(tf, fyr,aAj' nnmai'r|�4^o^ce^^^ :9tti)>/' innj traufinit itii ar-CMurjl, wiiicli yuu have in^^vricA^ f^he a .:i;v his ohfcrvrttloufi, hi:!eshiiu>t-ir fion^ llie i :;i)t>hur.- Sn> cuiiiiiirt so jiislly mt'iits, and trys to avoid ihe di-er kp i niu w.'u'm ills i':i!ly Im.-i ii>vulri-d !nm; aiui iliat body, of ivhi.ni lir \)t->-fcs?ed lu be the or-^au, the rcvjjct/a.O/r.s, aie all, aii -.luxiuMM tu (h.'^avow any kin.'\vit(l;i;e of, and c.iiiiir.v;ioii -.itrii ;i vharn'ler    Tiiis is (he s'll uajion of hin?, who !ki i a [V-^v .sli,,t u days siiirp hoasled uf hi.'; poivrv, and dan-d to ufrcr ;iu io'iuit (o his tlfl'^hbour!'.   Me now wnnts a rriend, and a.> Ic* w your ConespondLiiI, Iry to relieve him ; .as ht- li.is Inhn'i v il in your cause, do nol desert him  in his di  desirable.  A.^ ihf* n -ppfClalile p2it of society now di.scard and despi'^t- him^li'ko^ iiini under your prott'cliun j if lie a^ain muvr  thnefurc join him, rind try with your uuilod lalt-uls to pr'/\ liie Fiecui^tj of tlie City of Coventry are    i'titcrate riuric cxjinsure, hut yuu have withheld niy ob'>�'rvations from public vie.v, and ^lave atleniplcd to attach ccQsnre by fakms: ;;arMr"l extracts f.-om my 'ttttr to suit your own in'quituus i';;.-puse., Js ihi.s the conduct of an imparlial niitn ? Ciiu a.iV impartial miiul b-e s*^'''')* "f such traosaciion.'i' Will any h-ic the mtfst sirvile toot of power suppress a documcul on \vl;',cii he has the (tppoi touiiy of makin? his own cumnieiit, aiiir von had iii.-'t^itfd the ubservaiions of your CorrespO"i]*m (Peeping 'J'om.) It was a duty y�tn owed the pnbhe to liv.v*-given my letter publicity ; aud, if \ w.^^ wronsr, you miafiC have endeavouied lo have proved my a^.-ierlions wen-^erroneous: but, us an abject sjax^ of conuplion, yon withhtjid. what you cannot refute, f^d dare iiOl expose what wuuld lead lo your conviction.\ You say you are afraid, if you did insert my Fpi^tle, you should l\�rfcit your character f.'f decency anrl good manners; on that score there was no danfjcr, il has been sacr.ticeri. Vour Paper hae lou,^ bVt'ij proverbial for its scurrility, and. bas met the fate il deseived, been burTit: frw days pac; without a specimen, iiiptoof of wliicli I n f�r 5ron �u yuiip own words in Jbe Paper of Friday last-** The V;j^rant Oraturs Peter Moore and^ Sir Oerard Noel aUended. What ! are they l^grants- ' lUiher let me ask, ore juujU.vL a Public F^aUp^j^r You Often cl^aUfi^ire tht anihority nfdiFrerenf Edflorsii' their VrodnctiOtiB. l\hfrl^ttof only reinitiate by eallthg ou yuu' lo produce yoiir aulburity for the duciMneni steimt Peejtin^-To-}tit but lhat the public may duly appreci tte youj ComUu        ^ I utrw procldim Ihitl you publ.sh Wiihuut aiitborityj aud I   

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