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   British Press (Newspaper) - October 4, 1820, London, Middlesex                                '.rr. ... ...... ... Mb RCXY MAGGtlEGOii. ' ' Sir ,frederick .^efiion,' Mfr^^Bertoniv iRasWeii^Jj Osbifai. �1"oBC,fMr. Abluflv^jpi^anrt^0�ba|iU�^      Mr. Horii^ Hob Kt�y1M�WTSpi;, Obuiflr^ sir, Eiiiciy5^B^ni^;,Njis4Jirifiej^ Dianii V�rnoii, lVtts%Gice^e/^eK^^(,irj 'Tirt*f tt,'^M, DavtiiijioTt5 -Miss-Emnia Sow id' S^^i^jeSoli^^^iidFKery on % " ' ~  "iY^ixilt^"^ �MirRjund tliie �Dress' _________^pf IS'ie tal0%^^^ tlie fetejA&i~Gafe5,^^    \Scc6iid Jpffce^ Is.-Upper fSiU -TlieiWfdKdKJltaR - Prick 7d. - ,, , ,   .     CONTRACTS FO^,STRAW. , XpMSfI?S*niAT.PK?JlRTMF.NT, TREAsUBY-,   , :     CHAMUetts,. OcjroBEtt 2,1182IL  SUGH Fm'Sotisas'^re desirous of Vonlracthig -rAcHh-ths-Afient-for. CemimiMariaf Siippliet, to furnish.-fnr..'rB'eJ*c Months, from the," Isl of Kovemlicr a^xt.-iuch Q.iaulilies of STRAW.fur-filltiis' Pallia�se>>, aa iniy.frooi timejo lime-lie rctfiiired ol the Barracks in the iiniler-mentiuned .Counties and island^) may i-epeive'> Purli? fnttars of (he Cunlrarts on.applyine �t this Uflice, between tlieJinurs  le.�if Ibe Barracks in' NorihBri-"Sain, audoJsofarlhe whole of thnse in. (lie Thri-e isUmls of "BnemSey, Jfirseyj and Alderney   but no PriiposiilwjJI.be 'noticedjipliTwimade oo,.or.anuexed li>,'a printed Parlicn-.'l�r"/ aod4b?.PriOT8 liiserfed in words at Jene'b; nor jiidcss a j iiiid ivitli-.^he Pajity tender-iu� for^ibe-Se )wrfi�rinairre!�f ibe'Conlracl. .   ,� '  jf Teudjm.are sent by Pnsi, t.be.postage roust be,p]id.. ' ' ^ V ;^ / '-^ {Jiv^B'WMpJ' P it! NG V - ' ;'Swi.,Prinapaf%fehBrttt�i'8^,-;^^^ Ovbferry, Terry, - Bak*VrfeiSftrii;',S'.*:]ft6WBl�,MWi�m^^ iMiss ^       ;:� PreAo'uViiiwhl^KWtjJSitC^ .' ,   ' A ROtf^:P FOR an <)|jv.kr,    4 1 ;A1fred Higjiflyer.-W^^^ liams ; Mri-Selbo.tttjir.Mr. Bvoard.   .Mrs. Selboiirn,' IVljss ' i;eigh"; Marl*jSailingfun, Mrs.-feaker. . '    " ;  , \AfiVr wfcit:b,'�Vife':BI:nsicat Entertainmenl of . ^3: t!ff�i^ p.       i , , ->  .L(u4-.AIf �ms<"r;. AKaiirr, Mr:Rus��ilC""H Uigh; Wioifred, Mm. �,,i?enrciey'   " y^'^z- � -   j:..-;.. ' fifstrrice-Boxes, 6s.-Pit, 3s.^Fir4 fi^!UprrpUle P^'"t�*-iand--.&l.a-; |ttiii)er.:^v>iu{iri!  l^iji^J'Hisieiaj ipjal anil ii\^diiii>i-Pali^ut/4r4pt;rs,'fiir..bo"lc--.ikioiivmy Ac�>nK(it atld M�fli"r3i>d�m, BookSj: Pens, :Qnitl3,;  id'�^^in)s.;.r: I\lis�'('llaneoiM .Byok.i, iiiv quijif?; JJot.s RiiiSgiftuft, by JJaiiks; three Cup|'er.p!:ite.l>inti r Bire^UilacIc, ;   Cllt�t�r,'      -�  Corftwallv . Cumberland, t Drvrm, Dorset, Durhanr, ESBFX, HantH, Jsleof Wan,. Isle of \Yight, Kent, I.dnca�ler, . Middlesex, ., Norfolk, Nurtlnimbrrland, Nortbimpton, Noiringliam, . Pembroke, Snffoik, Somerset, Surrey, SuwFx,..... W'arviok, Yoik, Nortli Britain, Islands of Guernsey, J ersey, Alderney. COUNTY FIRE.QFFICE, REGENT-STREET. TItUBTKES: The Puke of NORFOLK, . The. D�ke,of RUTLAND. Tbe Marquis of NORTH AMPrON, , .�,x..,^,. ;.-,&c.: &c. ' - � '.'V.':^--:>-;'AitdSixtyi>Pire�orB. �^1iUtaeitfg:Piteclojr-,J jr. Barber Beaumont, 'Esq. E A..S. eksons wiio i-niitiiiue iiisiifd tuihis OlBee �SevOi Years, whellirr-iipoft'a Septennial or Annual Policyi^lmre�he;P^ofil3�jfaSlIy >*ilb the Original lyWmbers, acCovdHiif to tbeJi"'r^pecliVe'ConiribotioBs.   A (lenii.inent iurpliis CapiVaf or'?.pn-qO�/. has ben subscribed by the Original Memijer'i aiVd Ibry aldue'ere responsible; hence ibiise who how desire to fnsnre.'are effectually secured against that unceri'igLihty.ai(d-tinliinited responsibility which liave been so ' (severely felt in Societies upon the Cuutribotionsbip or Union principle. "    , , Relorns In the imount of 24},d00/. bare been paid within 'theSiX Ust Years, to-all llio�e wh�.;bave been insured Seven  Ycars-=^ greater Advkniage- to the Public than has been birhcrlo yielded by any well-seruTed Establish meat. *-Aeeols are appointed-in all 1 lie principal Inwns, who ar� �l8orA?eut8to tfie PROVIDENT LIFE OFFICE, founded on simitar principles. .   TO LADIES. ^ TAYS.-ROBINSON   ami   VISTIRIN submit fur Ladies'insprction their Elastic Belts, Which �reduce corpulency witfauul ronflneroent, afford most comfortable support before and aftrr acciiucliemcnt, arc bighly efiiradoas in dropN'ical and umbilical cases, and far.superior to lung^tays foj- abdominal weakness or enlargement. Stays to ijijjii^XS |be.Jig*!?*�."'"''fy ptojseli-aa.shoiilders, relieve ^�eH>hi!afi^tatlly, ��j^ipevent Slid reboye spinai^cnrvattirS*,-atil! f f IbeVripport'Bnd Cure of  person's awry,' by-wbicba defective shape at oncp appears perfectly straight, without any pernicious steel, padding;, or pressure. A variety of new Pallerna in Dress Stays and Washing Corsets, sciejiiificaHy adapted to the variations of shape, which they engage to fit, not only well, bot with precision, elegance, and fashion.- -    � - Stays and Braces pecntiaHy suitable fur growiag Ladies and Children. Goonlry Ladies instructed by letter to traiismil measarea.- No;T,York-slrecl, Coveal-garden, London. qTmoruovv lottery begins, and ifyonhfy now, you wfll share the following atlvanlageswiiicb belong exclusively to the First Day :- 'Every Ticket wiljbe a Piize'To morrow. 4,500 Tickets sure to be drawn To morrow. ' . 2 of 10,00OJ. sore fo bif di-hwn To morrow. � Only 7,600 Tickets. TWO..,.........�20,000 All Sterling IHoury. Tickets and Shares'are selling by BISH, sole Con-tracliir, 4, Coriibill, and 0, .Chariiis-rroRS, whp sold more than Half the Capitals of the last Lottery. will bepublUbeir^tt^OJSROn'; .     THE QU^|ffi||rH|Ati.; ^ HOUSE OF LOliB^^uiira6AV.'o^ . vThis bein;;. Ibe day nppoini c��dide� resppciiiig the'Rill of ;Painit3^if.1*.r.i�ir(ie�,pen^ her Alnjesiy, the arraiiEemei^wbi.r]] :w:e�e.�sltni1i�lie)t- bf. fore tile adjoiirnment were rtj^cd;1u-iuiil about Westinid-' stvr Hall, -Palate-yard,' aiid.'^l^:Contiguou�.^ui>igliboui)ho(>:di The troops,. hnrst> and:funtf'^t^i}ibrsB-pnlitf>,%tiiiii^'slrd; its'^f ;.  bly in coiispqtienre of Ibe |i.dny�t; �wbitti rtbe ;|iiibU� attav-hed to the �pBOing-of Hie}i�fcreiiceV?l.he oowds f.^no smiiifrtiHiciitty to aSfoj>t.-piM�rf�'gW.Lf ,Tb .i-Buti;lie!;})�gK d-.leave to pause a -niopi.^iil-loiitard-agrnQst-ainlsCMurcptiiiii^jia^^^ ili�t r(iurs^c>�.proef,�d:iig , was exposed, a>le;Qneei^ ji's �t.'>1�lis!jtf'd by tile *viniMiiV,Slid itiit rrqiiire rerriitvinalioii, ainl,jhiTefjtV, tni.sbiinbl not inakc.nseof litre iitt.i urit by W �re dhen%iui.rd�biuir-biV.tH>? reimin^liisidi In ihos iM>8lp wiis in. hiaM'/abstaiii-ring &)iiB ^be cse i.f m'^urials which xrtr entirely bis- owie. If Afreilter. be �bonl*fe�t it nece�s�-y 10, c'xrrrjse-that xiittkl^ - let'.-Ro iinan- vainly.-.suppuve ibat iM}i^--.,iinIy>.h^, but;. eveii~tbe youngt'sl lut-mher of Ibe. prdfy^iiiii.-'woitld, iior fi^rlessly cxrrfise it iu (he discharge;, of; his.'dii^^^ .OiiB- lopic he b�d-before rnoiigbl il o'crxsafy to. addr<^ co^lbeir (..orttibips, 10 remind ibf in i.f ii was � scajcel? -nci. cessary, Uiafa�vAdV�cni.-, in thr ilccb3rg,e^f ,bia rfi|ty,i�f bii   elicnjt; To save ami pniteci jba.t>c>ienral.�ll baz'.trils.Miidcustst �nd at all prcsnnal risksi WB-vliis Jligbsst Jiia-only dniy. .^IJermust ""I regicd what .torments; \vbat aJavnif, irbal desiruriion be-may bring u|>ou,olJi�s, anil^sc-paraiiiig 4b^ dir-siiferable di-gree ofduu'lil aiiitiiid the whidrof lliefr r^ve, Hotr. il|�'ii, lia.Vlhr Allnrney.Oeiieirjl klatvd-lbis- part of-ihecase* lie hni! tulil their Lordships ibat ircsboold be ennblnl to sbeir ^. 'tt'tb-tantial mafica cif two person* sle^-pSoe in one hed ; i:iat on ihe 51 t;oiid ilay of h'lT beinj; at Naplc�, the Princess wc it l*t the theatre, -from'wiietice she'reiurned ncrompa-iietl bP llerifiirtii aluae ; ibtit'i'heri-tiveil to Berg;imi'i runin,' ai'l llieri' n-inaiii**d j and that she-was not- vit Five Vlliiutes. ~ 4,o00 Tickets to be drawn TO-MORROW, and these Ticket,s will be all Prizes. THE SCHEME CONTAINS TWO of.... 4:^^0.000 I TWO of .... ifilO.OOO .&c. &c. &e. All Slerliug Money!-Only 7,600 Tickets. Tickets andSharea are Selling by J. and i. StVEWRIGHT, 37, Cnrnbillj 11, flolhorn-. 38, Haymarket ; and 141, Oitford-street; Who Sold in Shares in the Lottery just ended, No.   135.. ....la  8 Shares..;". ..�-20,000 3,�3jS.... .-.Inia Sbarfs......�-20,0Ui) Aiid vaVious other Cap!la's. . ~           TO:MORROW. 2'-Prizes-df ;.".i�20,n00 ...are......�40,0jorf 1.516 frVm�.�.'.;.... 4,200 Blauks^ ivorth WIFtniid CO. 2" ....�'.'.10,000..........sn.ono 2 i,nno.......... 2,000 2 ....       600..........   1,000 200 to 16____ 28,200 14 each..... .^8,800 recommenrl Ihis Scheme to beattentiou of the Public-Two Prizes of 10,000^ -raust_be-diawij. Ihe First Day (5lh Octobia-^, and the Blanks drqwn-ou that Day .will have a Second Chance of all the Capital aiid otb^r Prizes in the Wheel, or they may be sold at the rate of 14/.^�r TicSet, as explained in Ihe Schemes given at SWIFT and CO.'s Old and Fortunate Offices, IVo 11, Poultry; I'Z, Charing cross ; and 31, Aldgiile High-street. ' AZAIID Hiirf CO. respecffiillv iiiforiii^ihe ja. JUL ~ Piihlic that Ihe Stale L'ltier.y commences drawing TOrMORBOW; on which Day 4,500 Tickets will be drawn. 1 he iielienie'cuiitains 2.....; Prizei of �20 000 � ay-, the HolilPr may (ercJTe-14?.-;fur it--'tie ted at ^nv of HAZARD a ting >> ^>r;^^U^^m^ Rollers J , n��o.ily of^Pnut. ^''TJ ^ AiV^fi^'On'I Cat^tegw. bad, price Od each. �"(Shares iiV"pi' CKanceJIor enleredtftie.nainie-Prayers were immediately read liy'tbe Bishop of .Bristol; At -it) o'clock tbe names were called over-^several a pill ogies were made for-nbsrni Peirs, llie most material of which was one on behalf of ibe Dnkc of Hamilton, who baa recetyeda cjntusiou fruin a fall. The Eiirl i>f Liverpool iheii rosebud iaid, ihal bef.ire their Lordships proceeded to tlieuriler of rjie day, he frit it his duly to lay some inform^tion^befoFO them which be had reef iveil respecting a circnnist nice which had^t ausid some dis-ritfision Ihe last time their Liiidnhips mrreasfieinbleit together. He allnilrd to a letter �rhi(:b liad been published in the newspapeis, sard to lie written by Marirlli to bis sun Jo-eph in L nilun, from which it bad Itrrit assumed ibal Ciiluiiel Brown bad threatened, I hal the Alien Act should be eufuiceit, if Joseph Alarielii al all interfered' in the case against Ibe Queen. He liad, upon that repre. b Marietti visited. Sacchint, and;a8ked biin queatioiis resprcling the proceedings against the Queen.- He (CuluoeUSrowii) said, � be could Rot conceive bo'w. it would promote bis'iiiterest, or what connexion it had wiib.bia business lo inlerfriieia tbe subject. S!i�ce teceiviiig .4>iird L,iyei:|>oel'g teller, be had written to Albrrtoni, and also to .M. Marietii, the elder; which lellers, loge\her with Ihe answers to. them, be eucloaed. These letters were also read, and l|y;lbe,>atler it appeared that iMarietli wholly acquitted Colon);) Brownqf any attempt In frighten biro into,aj|$.piriictilar coadiicl with-respect to' bis: MnV^'Ibre'af^tldg'ihe'eBfi)rttmeitttbe Alira' Art. Tiie tetter 8lat#ditbAt,dn4heopi�iilihofAlM Colonprwas wholly incap^tble of such.btsbavlour, and that the object of hir published letter was .merely Iu cantioti his son nut to meddle in affairs of importance which did not concera him. Colonel Brown Concluded by hoping lliai these documents would satisfy the House of Peers that he had done nothing so injurions to -the ends of strict justice as the art with which be had been charged. His Lordship wished to add, in laying the papers on Ihe table, his farther testimony, from a personal kilowledga of Colonel Brown, that no one wonid be more aoxioi)s to' have the affair more fully explained,and bis coiidnci probed to the b�llam,if the present rxplanalioii'shonld (ail to satisfy their Lu-dships.'; Lord'Holland said, that howeversatisfarlury the explanation of the Noble Earl with respect to the circumstances which called il forth, Ihat explaualiuu would not in any ile-gree obviale the general objections lotbe Alien Act, Ihe apprehension of which might be .infused into a man's mind though the thing itself might lioj,be directly named; ami be begged leave to rrmind their L'irdshiirt, Ibal it was admitted Ihat a conTerxatiuo had tak^n .place, in;-which topics, benring ibal way seemed to liave Jwen introduced. As Iu the ulTer of Colonel Brown, and of-the Noble E'lrl on-bis; behalf, to fnmisb furtfaer explanaiion, if required^so to do,; he (Lord Holland) was convinced, that' Do. satisfactory ex-plaiiaiion could be given In their Lordships without ujtrirt exai.ninatiun of all the parties. For his. ^wa parJ, no ar-7iar/o statrmeut could satisfy bim.our such a snbj f Ins duly might cast a shade of doubt on. the (fansc, and turn upon hiin the reproacliful glances of-those milliniis of i>*a. Ions, eyes of his counti-j|nieo now. fixed upon ibem, who would not fiil to im|ii|ie itto.btm, if their Lordships should reverse' that judgment nlHcblhe cas'e had already ex. torled from them. If w|th all thearcommodatiou which their -Lordships'had liUlKrlo accorded,htpivJie could- hardly compose his spirits In the diffcbarge.-of bis professional dnty, bow.niusl. befeel m theconsrinn.snesa.tbai.before those pro-/*�edii.igj c.lvi�,fdnt,migbl be JUB lutso tu mI.jis'nl Ibe upiuiuii i-fvon yt.-tbe.wtseand-^ond 11 .migfit.appear.inconsistebl with - tlle-luyalty.o^li'.good: suTyKCt,?:; (le w^old'.gv back to the pci-ioiTof hei- Majesiyy arrival lii. Ibis copnivy, Oofy In ��yj 1 b^l beslidylil(lass'.'iipevalt that,sp-icje. of tiint until heiion.-" See," said tbe Learned Cuuiisil, " the unhappy fate of the illu*. Irioas |,.aily.   It has ever been hir unhappy lol to- lose her best prulectnra in moments wheivilaugers have thickened adoot her.  When any of her powerful defrndirs nVre lost to ber, ibat was the signal f.ir a fresh attack.   Mr. Pitt was her earliest defender-he died 111 1806, uml a few werka after an inquiry was commenced into'her conduct.   Mr. Pitt left her a legacy in Mr. Percival, who proved to her a firm r.nd able advocate, but no >ounrr was it known tlial Ihe h�nd of an assBBsio had laid him low, bul.it was fell in the renewal of those attacks which bis gallantry and skill had averted."   Mr. Whithread afterwards became her defender, and when Ihat catastrophe took place which all good men deplored, tbeatfH-m was immediately heard to grumble at a distance, for il was not allowed to. approach her; her daughter then lived,and the world worsbippt-d the rising sun.   When tbe King expired, then commenced the present operations, as if il were impossible for Ihe Queen to lose a protector without some act of hostilily being rummilled against her. The veiy dayon which his lat.-Majesty wasconsigned to the lomb; that' same sun had not set when Ihe ringleadei- of the perjured witnesses w�� ushered into the Palace of his illuslriniis successor.   He did not make these observations to shew that trading politicians were selfish, and that spile was always allied  to  ingratitude,  and that  favours conferred  only render some nalurea  more malignant;   such'- would   he Irile topics, oil which lie would be ashami'd   to  dilate before their Lordsbips.   But he made il, only to repent his regret nl having sncceeded  to such  powerful defenders, and to cxpri?ss bis alirm lest iic should fail'in doing justice to Ihe goodness of his cause-  He would beg to direct their Lotrdships' attention to Ihe opening speech of his l..eanied Friend, the Atlorney-General, whose speech was not made wilbout"evi;lence.   It was,00 ihs- contrary,a tnio� script of wbat be bad before him.    Every one who knew his honourable nature wunld believe tbe a8spi;;inn'he hid made, that be should slate nothing wiihuiit he-iiad evideiice 10 snh-stanliate ibe charge, and withhold nothing which he lielii vid to be true.   He'(Mr..B.) believed him ih.-n, and' now thut he-bad failed, he conld artribnie that fnilure to oi.ie cause only, be bad made statements from hi nieri.ained, :lhey liaVteiiitd Iu, avail tbemnelvTs of ..Ijie cbilvenit-iipies of time and place, uowfurlhr.Grsttiiiie t^itbiu'Itiirir .reach', uf itiilulgiDg ill their |o|ig-bat^bourj:d giive no di-i-rpiv^'proof of the mailts ;   not i.iity so, b�; ^ she tiei.ied that i - knew wjicre.the Princess went to wtn-n slie i'- left her oaii room ;'she denieil that she know wiirre Ilrrg-aiiii was at the liin^; and s^essidih.t the 'Vincrss an.s' nrxi moi^ntHg al t�^r arctistolOi-'d hour, and was si-eii by be^. iin u.iual; iu fioe, uor one tiilis of her evid.-nce went to �iiii-slaDliiteaity otic |iariirolar,of the st-iteniiot.    He shoolil iiext"^S*Wt;ib wtelt'tta? vsaikt'lp have taken pl^'ce nl M.ilau, i'^li^pSitt  -ifii all his know, ledge of Itafy, and i's manner's aiol cn^loms, from his h;:rr; mid fiis fi-Vriid, Ihe f^dicHoi-Genenil, loo, sei med to liat-e no p:eU-n�ioii intiie world lo snybeller iofoiinaitoii 011 t)i:ii lujd liian I'c h:id pn-liVred JVnm ihe Sjnie source.   On tlii� point l-.e nci'tl ooly remi'id lionr Lordships uf wli.it theylirtri staled in iluci.latio"n Of their ideas of the Ca.sioo �i i^liliiii, tind of ihe nin?fiorraile.    In remarking upon  the ri. -   I'rincess  haviiig l,een   lelustd nd. tiiitlaiirc lo {lie C^i^^o, Iliey had particularly dwell  upon the  I'i^li  chaL-ieter  oud sehct  nauire  of the coiujiauy th re ailoiilli d, snd seem t.' feel a peculiar degice of liurn r nnd as(iioi.- ugly, and the mask ivns ugly, and that was all they bad heiid from the witness' .conceroiug ihe dress, and several ugly masks came round ber and made a hideous noise, and she, being unknown, as was 'very usually ibe case at masquenidp.i, pissed simie.jok.3 upon th.-m, and tbry retired, after which other ugly masks cihie round lier in a similar w:iy, and the Princess retired when she was fatigued   This was the am luiit of the hooting out of the tiiealre.   He would not fatigue their Lordshipi hy going on with any further rem.-.rks on I his part of the case.   He would proceed, to uotice his Le.irned Fm ii.i'j opening of ihe Case at Messina, where, as he usually ilid in his speech, be gave Ibe day of the month.   He bid .stitod, that   there  wasr .only   one   passage  to   the   hedieioiii, bpt   it appeared   from  llie   evidence   that    there   weie two.   That was all he.-^hoiild cite from Dcmont.  ..Majocchi was rcpiesinled lo have sieu the Princess go inio Birsiami'v rooin, � here .'.he leinained for a great liiiglh iff time, and lo have heard the noise of kisses.   Upoii the rximtnnlion of that witiKss, the rxtranrdiiiary leuglhi of time proves to h� about ten raiiiotes, ohd the noise he heard turns out to he a whispering:   Tlien came  Sirt'lii:   he too  lia'fl  no rUiuht ofieii told his story btfore, aud he (.Mr. Usoaghan-) firmly believed that ho had deposed to those pirliniilai-s � him hid tit'cii so iiiiiintely detailed, and so 111111 h dwelt ,on hy his L,''ariied Friend iiithe opening, of the arrival vf'a^Co'u rier by night, and of liis seeking. Bt-rg-iini in his own apdrl-mpiil, for the purp-.iae of deliverin.g the messagie'which ii.; Irid b.ought, of his not finding him there, bot of liis w,--, ing him presently in a stale of alarm come from ihePriTi-ress's chamber, -.ind of his i-lling him, on seeing hi* confusion, that he had. heard his ctiild crying, and came t^i sic what was the matter.   Yfl had all this been denied by the witiies.s, not, indenl, directly and in plain terms, hut in as full a'lnaiiiirr as any statement ofsn miniVie and   particular a naiure could   be  deiiieil, by his 'de-clearing that he did not know of any such circumstances. Then came bis Learned Friend's allusion to a most, ^rosj and disgraceful scene ; a scene of such a description that he could not prevail on hihi^elf tu tell   them what it wa., . but it WHS so ditigraceftit as to make Ihe house in wh.ch- 11. occurred like a brothel. The ntteiidants were shocked al the scaiidalous immorality of the transaction, and noidouhl existed in the'mifidsof ail that,a criminal intercourse was then i-ftrried on between ihe parties.   He would liat trouble their Lordships hy repeating all that Ihe wiloe.s.ses had sai.i, but uul one of them said any thing uf all this.   Tlieii c^nre the falling off of the visits of ihe Nobility, and the deserliun of the Princess by all li'rr Etiglisli altindants of dlstinctioo. True'it was that Ihty did all leaveJurat d ficieot periods rind for particular reasoiisjas was well known to his Leaio-d Friends; but how did il happen'tlial no inquiry hod had be. n made of thein ?   How came il thai thi y had never been nitletd fur any information counrclcd wiili tlie-iie  charges'   H..i Learned Frieuils could not hoi ri'inenih r lliai Lady Chnrlott? Lindsay, Lord and Lady Gleiihervic, and nnotlier Lady wi ii hl-r two daugllleis, bad afterwards joined her Royal Higl. iii'tB.   They must, ihrrefine, liaveliad nmcli noi'.iir-.ieiiro 1 with her atiendanls ; and �.is 11 to he li-iiiv.il '.!\,t sorh � transaction could have esc iped llieir lie.M i.-;; -   .''-."I v. t ill-.;y joined her, sortie at Naples, some at Genoa,nid i..!!. ai oilii r places; and all, iu spit- of �hat they uiid al! Ii;id lie;iril. Br: this was nut all.    Her Royal Highness had since then her , received, upenly received i.i the ra.isl flilieriog m inner, ty i legitimate .Sovcicigii Prii.ctjs    Ou her reiuro f.i-m lur leu,; voyage she had heeu sn rei-i ived by ihiit kgiiinnie s.iVei-eigir, the   Priure  of BuiImi-still more so  had she l>-en receivr 1 by the legitimate Bouib-ii-.a of Naples-but, ahov-all, m.* had been so receivrirby the legitimate Siuarli. orSudnu-, who.were among the most legitimate of h gilfinale I'niieei , aii.J wboj though he, as a true and faithful sulij-cl,; d. cine-' -them otherwise, 'yet be did not doubt but ihere were inuiiv who esteemed them lhele>.;iliinate heirs of the Crown uf il.es.-realms.   Nny, there was yet one mute I'rince, who noduiiVi would be rsteemed by many as of slid higher rank-I., nu-aut the Bey of Tunis-(a faunU)-by whom hir l{o5e' � Highness hud been received in the (no'st dislingnif.htd ai,.jl 'fliniring niaiiuer.   So that so   far from   flying (rum 1 e being sbuuned, as she h?d   been re'presciited,' by alt tC� Nobility aud pi'ople of high rank in tbe countries   

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