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   British Press (Newspaper) - October 6, 1820, London, Middlesex                                :TJB(BA.TnB.BofAz^cdrJB^i-j&Aiiii^iv: Tflb^MPRHOW, SAfVMp'^Y, Qctnber 7, i'JlENRl-QUA'PaE; J- ^VJa^S itf TBE OLDEIV TIME. iS^Mm^^r,-S^iiy,'f9ry'Seett6n% General cell; Eu|eiiedeBiroii, Mr,C. Kenrlile; IV Wi'.'"Ali6olt;''0'DbrfD'el,''Mr. Coiinar; f. Eilner3r; uri; So{Uiia,.Mrt. Sterling. -;Arl?rivate. Box-mar be. bad foribe Season, br-nighltjivof Slr^Br4adbniaC:tJie,:B.QKrOfficr. Plar^afoh the.'BWes Uf be taken o^ Mr; BfttnUbn, at the Bux.^OSce,Hart-^!U�etiftom'T��> till FooK--^^^^^ Price, a�;-^G9Hery,.29:; Secimil Price, Is.-Upper Gallery, li.; SeconrtPrice, 6d. On Monda;,. Virginius, or The Liberatioa of Rirtne, jrilb Tom Thumb the Great. TffBATRE.ROrA't, HdT!9AR^BT. MUS evjening, friday. Octobfer 6. jl/iii be performed the Coiiiedyof for scandal. 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THE^JUARTERLY REVIEW, No. XLVI. is published THfS DAY. . THE QUEEN'S TRIAL. HOUSE OF LORDS, Thursday. Oct. 5. The Lord Chancellor took his seat at five minutes bef.ire 10 o'clock. Prayers were read by the Bishop of Bristol.- Tht-iiaiAtes were then culled over. ., , ,. NAPLES AND SICILY.  Lord Holland rose aud addressed tbe Home on llie^sob-. ject of the events which have taken place at Naples, and the cOHsequences which those events were likely to have on the relations of amity which had hitherto subsisted between the Court of Naples and Sicily and that of Great Britain. He claimrd the right generally on behalf of the House, to coll for pa|>ers and accounts lending to shew the existing relations between our own and any other Government when occasions of importance required their . interference. He protested against the right which had been assumed by some of the Courts of Europe of judging the internal affairs of other Couiitries, and undertaking in some instances to punish those countries for that which they might deem iinprndent or contrary to good policy. He conceived that an orcasioii of ihis kind, which called for the immediate alteution uf Parliameul, wus furnished by the jealous impatience which had been displayed, and the armaments which had been prepired by Austria in refrrenre to the changes in the Guvernmtnt of Naples. Now, on ParKameulaiy grounds,and with a view to the character of the Government and the welfare of the connlry, he wished it to he known what cumniiiniralioiis had'taken place between Austria and Great Britain willi respect to the Use whicii the fnrmer had for the armament which she had prepared ; and if any applicaliun had been midc to his Majesty's Gurernment for assistance in carrying that purpose into effect ? He did not put ihc ri'urstiuns from any hostility to the Noble Lords connected with, his Majesty's Government; on the conir:iry, he asked those queslions because he thought it rijjhl for their l.ui-d>liips to he in possession of that iufurniRlion, w-hich, be M-as persuaded in his own mrnd, would not only he rreililable to Ills Majisiy's Ministers Ihemtelves, bnl would be satis-fitctory (o the House and the country. The answers would likewise he useful to a meritorious and usefnl portion of men, who lirtd effected � amidsl the tnost perverse and degc-uerate oriler of things, which prevailed in iheiruw-n coniili-y, an iiiuuceht, bloodless, and wholesome change. He begged leave to ask, therefore, if Ansiria had comiBunicatcd with his iHlajesty's Government respecting the purpose of ihear-mamejit which she had 6lled out in hostility to the changes recmtty wrought ill the Goverunienl of Sicily, and if she had i-rquir^d any assistanpe frqm Great Britain lor ihe coniple-tiofi.jaf. that purpose ? He wished for au explicit answer, aud to.-.kuow ifany cuconragemeDt, direct or inilirect, had been heldoul.talheconilnci of Austria on this occasion? and lastly, if ihecirri.inislaiiccs which had taken place in Naples hid in any degree n-liered the relations of amity which previously existed between th'- Courts of Sicily and Gi-eat Britain.' He parti-cularly..wished for answers to he given to these inquiries, in. oidci; ,!.;> prove to the Govtriinienis of Europe Ih&t Great Britain was in no manner concerned in any attempts to frustrate the improvfinents which had taken pUcc in some of the nations, but that on tlie contrary she felt an interest ill lhe_extension of those liberal principles of policy whicli hail braught such changes, about, provided that they did not cndnnger the peace and security uf others. The Earl of Liverpool wished .to give snch an answer as would he salisfaclory to the House, At the same time he fell it to be consistent wilh his public duty lorefuso to enter iiilu a, di-K'uBsion ou some .of the points which had been otTricd. Similar questions had, on a fuimar occasion, been put to him, .respetfiing the affairs of. Spaiu. But before he g.iye the aifswera to the pitseut questious, he thought it UKri..ssary to slate (hat the .kingdom of theTwaSicilies stood in very different circiimslancs lo Ihueeof Spain. There was a division of Ihe kifigdoiii of the Two Sicilies, and that part in which the ni.oiiarch was resident bad shewn no disposi-Iion to pBrficipalc in the views and measures of the other. Ttie people of Sicily liad refused any participation or acknow. Iei!-ui!ut of Ihe changes wrought in Naples. It was rtbi for hiin to nr.couniil for (his division, or to attempt to discover liie Miotives of jt. He .had no dilBciilty in .saying, however, wittmiit9nce giving n.p the right, of ijilerrering in the internal affairs iif olhe'r G(�vernment8 when occasion .required it, thai it w|med'-�t-l$aj0biaiid Wlia -\mnrty Jabeu .^lace io i t4 �qnu'&�^&*piittiiM|;^.'atnii^^ -littiircbtirse between.:Naples.and Great-Brilnioi Oij tHecodtrafy, every moltve of .national jnterjst and ofwiseaild liberal poKcy was in favour of its cobtiQuance;-- Suppose what hadhap-pened at Naples bad n le .Marquis here read an exiract from the letter of the 20lh Sept. (published in this Paper yesterday.) -The latter part of that letter was paiticularly imporiant, as the phrase in the Italian was much stronger than the Iranilation. It implied that tbe writer had thereby left a loop-hole for Colonel Brown to escape by. He did not wish even now to prejudge Colonel Brown ; but not considering the explanation given as salisfaclory, be conciirred in the suggestion of his Noble Friend, that those letters should be brought before the House us evidence. Whether that-might he tbe best mode of bringing the subject before them he would not positively say; but Iherc could be iindoitbt of Ihe propriety of all the circumstances being fully before their Lordships. He had no knowledge of the individual, but be had nuderstood that he bad no objection to giving up the letters. The Earl of Liverpojjlfully agreed with the Noble Marquis that after the letters had been published, or e^en known to be in existence, it was impossible for ihe subject lo rest where it did. All he desired was, (hat no upiiiion might be ?iveii to the prejudice of Colonel Brown till further explanations had been received. . He would only now observe, that from the letters themselves it did appear I hat Colonel Brown never had any direct ctimmunicatiou with Mr. Mnrielli, but ail wliich passed was through Alher-to^iio, and if Col. Brown was lo be believed, Ihe Alien Act was never mentioned throughout. He did uot stale this lo deny that furllier explanation .was necessary; he fully agreed thai further i xplauations must be afforded. The only question was as to Ihe mode of making. Ihe documenls ufllcial, which would be by addressing the letters to some one of his Majesty's Guvernmeul, or by. Marieiti being called to the B�r of the House to give evidence. After a few words from tbe Marquis of Lansdowo, the Earl of Liverpool, aud the Earl uf Lauderdale, the Marquis of Lausdown put in tbe origi'rial letters,and moved that Marietti be called in lo ideulifythem. Joseph Marieiti being called, be advanced to tbe bar, and being sworn, he stated, that he received the letters of tbe 21st August, l?th, 19th, and 20lb September, from bis father, through the medium of tbe post. The Alorquia of Lansdown inquired if the witness bad received any other letters from his father on the subject?- Noue at all. Or from Alberloniu ? I have none from him. He wrote to me some lime ago a few lines, atatiug that I was improperly interfering; as I bad been seen to go into the lodgiugs of Demont aud Sacchi. 1 answered bim that it was not true, because I had not seen Demout, Has he the letter of Albertonio still in bis possession? I believe I have, but am not sure. The Lord Chancellor:-Yoil will please to inform the House to-morrow if you have it: The Counsel were then ordered*o be called in; on which the Allorney-GenersI,. ihe Solicitor-General, the Advocate, (leneral, Mr. Brougham, Mi-, penman. Dr. tiQshingtun, and Mr, Williams, enteretl, and bowing to tbe Hituse took their stats. Mr. Williums said thai there was nn port of the ohserva. lions of bis Learned Friend (Mr. Brougham) which more deserved their lordships* altentii>n, I'haii that part in* which he contended that the Coiinsel for the Queen-otight to' be exnnpled front calling evidence at all, iit, consequence of the Counsel on.tlie other side not iKtvi'u^'catled alHbi: witutrsses whicrh it iriigbt naluratly have been expertied'they would call, that observation, ought- to receive 'confirmatfon from Ihe dilKculties in which her Miijesly had been involved. He meant In commence bis statement tn.day'by one or two facts, illuslrativr of tite. ditlicultiea under'^wbicb her Majesty laboured. Their LordsliipS wonld bterin'mind'the case which had been-atlemptod to be prayed at'CarIsruhe by.Ki-esse. 11 was not necessary for him ttx advert to that evidence-he- wuuhl - merely ii(i; gf fht: Grotid who wiis'ih a great' degi^e'in altendHii'ce on"lier Majesty, It would be waste of lime to attempt to shew tfaeir ThtiQneeh wrote aga'iii iq 6er own hand iinut)ier.T^t)e'. to ' lh(! iCbambcrlain,'nnd one aliin lu ihe Grand iDu^^r TbuS" thr^e listiers'were Written to obtain the attendance ,pf :bne ptraon, and that one a most material w-itness, anil tb^.ftad allfaMed^  Upon ihe last orcasimy'tlie messenger ��!feB-was ^ seiit saw I'he Chahibcrlain,wiio.was n^qst anxious to ctMit^i>Ter, Hut ho declared, with lears'iq bis eyes, that be had recervedex-press orders to the citntrai-y fr'om" the Grand ,Duke� and ac cordlngiy he has not an iircd tn give his evidence. Tbua Iheir t-^rdships would not fail to observe,,and to tbeiD be^'would leavfttlie iniVTenre which ivoo)d i�!|lbitl'e;pr.e.ctdei�ta-for;BUCh Biils|'indeeil he believed none were to be found of later oc-curicuce than the reign of King'Henry VUl,   Bnt when be ;'^n�iaBrf!3, that dtlrip^'the period.of ,r lis disgiiatihg natttre, fae.pught.ta say,.thi-eatened their Ijj�d-.ships, p'rucred witbbis remorM^u the evidence-of Dtiiw-n-, and fie truiited .their Lordships would extrtid bim their i:i-dulgeuce, and be wo'ala. nut trouble Ihem with many- (nur>; rrfei^oces. First, M to tbe stains. Their Lordships would not fail lo remember, (bat liny had of Di-m-mi's tviilcncc connected wilh ibis puTiit'no lesis than three versions; or, they might perhaps rather be termed three editions-three separate ediiioiix.wilbifliiisidernbleaildi I ions and emrndatioos. Firil, at page 250 uf Ibe minutes, her evidence ran thus;- " Did you l.-ike any notice of the large bed >"-" I did."- Whit observalio.u did you mdke on ihe large bed?"-" i observed itb.id beeii'pci:opied."-Tell us more partir-..'-larly the state. of-iJ ?"-r-'' J. cannot."-^ Wvs it htile or mn'vli deranged or tumbled?"-" Not Uinch "-This wasai! she had to say of the state of the bed do h�r first examina-t-ioii. But the next d�y the Solicitor General led round bi� examination again to that point; and even iHeii nothing was said by her relating lo Ihe stains, although the quesiionii put to her served lu lead directly to that point. The question (paye 26* of ihe printed minutes) was iu fa p in the point dcs'i-ed. Her first accoant itas. pretty fair, the second Was much belter, but the Ihird was perfect. At firsl Ihe bed was a good deal deringeil, llien, tuo p,-rsmiu had slept in it, and in the last account, the third edition wilh additions, ottl came the story of the flains ! Again, would be rtmenihered, that iu her first arroiint of her lia-,'. ing met Bergami in the passage naked, .,^hc said nothing.nt all of Ihe door leading into the passr.ge, or -of its being locked; but in her after-examination it came out, that she beard the door locked When Bergami got in. Permit me now, said Mr. Williams, lo coll your Lnrd-ships' attention lo some of the lUlached fdcts, or rather, if 1 may so say, acts of the cone on which the adverse esse depends, and to shortly slate how and in what manner we propose lo meet these cases, or .some of Ihem. Mf Lords, sjirely the preliminary facls that 1 have staled lu your Lindships, will at. once account for its being extremely prubable that we may Uot have all the proof iu favour of ihe Queen, whii:h we have re.isoii lo believe ar^ know now exists. If power has been fX"rci6ed lo bring wii-nesaes agninst her, aud lliey had exercised power lu ^jrever.t those in her favpur coming forward, how hard were the terms her Majesty had to cuntend with in thi.s case. My Lords, in addition to that, 1 am in no oiriilion lo stale the evidence on behalf of her Majesty, and to meet those charge* wilh that detail and wilh that mir.olia; it was expected should arise from the well-prepared, di^'l-aled, and concocted briefs of my Leaintd Friends. Surely, I'loni the sundry ex-aminations^which were had abrond ami -jt home, it miglSt be expected that they at least luicw will what their witnesses had lo prove. Two wimrsscs, indeed, in order to make assurance double, some had ii'>t only been ix-amined, but, contrary lo all precedent, had been swoio-My Lords, in adilition to lh;it, 'hi cviileiire of her Msj.-sly the Queen is not arranged and coiiecteil, but it wati in course of levisal and corrcctiui', a-i-J f.om the n.i-ture of the lime and case rousi of iitresaily be so. J am not ignorant, my Lord.-i, that probaldy if the Q-jeiu had been pleased to ask it lhal a loug^-r period miglii liiv: been allowed, Iiut I will sl.-^te lo yoiir Lordships why her .^lajesty could not allow ili;il lielay to l:ike place. He* Majeaty has pnlience, it Ins bf-en u-im), .-nd she lias bid abundant opportunities of cxeicisiiig it. .She has fortitude, and she has had frequent oppoiluiiilies of displaying it. But, my Lords, she had iiol patience or fortitude ennu^b tu permit tbi tw;iluitanr*ing-all lliai, r:>y Lords, I will now conie to tlie poiliis, ai-ij 1 ran do it ;n.u:t: shortly by reference t.> j.iart!cu!.ir branches of the case. J will endeavour to do it as shortly as 1 can by allufioL^ 10 the different hiaiiclies of the case, and 1 will tc!l what I believe 1 shall prove. First in oider, 1 choo',*^ lo lake it, because 1 belit-ve, and imleid my Learned Friend informs me ibal he iliil nul liimsrlf largely and amply discuss iu bis examination and inquiry, tlie ca.-.-iu tbepulacre. That was a rase which my Learned Frii-nd fWent over in consequeiiceof this arrangement. First of ali-t,: took a general view of the c�se, and theu he came lo ex-.-mine ihe particular evidence of ihe witnesses, and i-.r i-j fact overlooked thai part. 5Jy Lui-tb, as fsr us our cot.: goes, if we had been called on to select any, we wotiid have selected aud chosen that point as rlic very btii and most pleasing for cummeul ii;)on. Mr. Brouphar.i accidentally omitted it y^.:slerduy, and he merely stated this, that it might not he suypused (hat he fought si..j of that point, 'fhere is no pan oS the case, my Lord-, I have more desire li. grapple with, and 1 will ua* ci'm^ 10 it. Oil that Kubjicl, no part of the examinaiiu '. more asituredly lovM up more time, none was more pressed or observed upon than ibe bath. Thai your Lordships know-Is proved by Majocchi in p�ge 04. Your Lot'i.ships have th--it p ifeclly in your memories, and it is onlji ueceastry fur mf to si^te, that he made the bath to be lake.i la i, i . cabinet of the Queen, and lhal Bergami .uid the Que,;. juside, and thai he was on Ihe imlside. Now Dtwiuai'-i t-vidence doea not confiriii tii.r, bec.iuae sue in oi.e instance speaks according lu hei- meino.y of tho b-itu beiiiS in the diuing.ruoiu, aud .n the oliier she knows li... thing; so that as f.ir ni. she g.jes, uoi only ia she not cou-tlrmatory of .Majoccbi, h.at in puiul   I'ai'frooi that b*ih possibly baviug .been luken iulo ihe cabinet, according i.> Ibe evidence.u( M.-ijocchi, that wiiti. Ihe bed lu it, and ttu furnllilr^'that.was in that c � iuipussible fur th,-lub to biive. been there al all. Now if we shew lhal llwt was (thymcally iinpnssible, I do not ktiow well how we can. bttve ie whpljB vf.bls fa'i^e,, tlie-wbole indecency consists hi-iheir being ipside, npd.be. pWe* himself outsidcjaa iifwere a w.*icb-man, iii order to see what is going on. No part of tb;fe ca-~a can be dipt in tbe detail, it must be either true or (^\!tt lit tbe whole.  If that tab cciild not be admiltcd inio thai c-^   

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