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British Press (Newspaper) - October 7, 1820, London, Middlesex IVuMSERt5566v< LONDON, OCTOBER 7, 1820. Pkick 7d. THBATRfi^1tOY^tj,M3tliVEKT.OARDRy. i ff^HIS EVENIKG; SViYURDAr^" Wet. ^.j J. %vUlljeiKrro?WeaiJrc!rta^fe'l ftomaiidecaHW' HENRI QU-ATJIE; ! ^ Of, PARIS 1 NTH E,OLDEN TIME. H<-i)ri,..:Mr.-Macrrady; Sully, Mi\ Egwlon;. General-P'Aiummt, Mr.itawcell;? Eug^iic ile Biroii, Mr; Kemblr;, IVidi-iirk SU.I^onv iMr. AbliOtl^ C'Doiinel, ^Ir. Goimor; Moitaiaclip,. IVIr, iEiirei;y.; Geryftis,:u'Hr.^ Diiniset"; Jorrissp,' Nr. Usiiiii : Floreisce SI. Lriiii," MiaiGreene; Clotilde <Ie ijiroii, Miss Bcaumoiit; LDiiison, Miss Fuotf. " .  AfterwhirYi (vhPtv hallrt, chiliEil ' LE KARGIJANU D'ESCLAVI^. To conclude'wilh (rumprrsoed into one act) Ihe Farce of ' THE'Si:EEP.WALk�Ui ; ' Sir Pairi iii|jletc|y'v,eJi'Oiat�il, lias l>ecn-cniirti'ucl poii appUcslipn to Ibe tleik to the said Commillep, with p"�*'a rtiust be left before Eleven o'clock j of the siiil'l.Slh'day (if Oclolicr, after �liich hqur the Com--millec will not receive any Tender. JOSEPH DART, Secretary^ (GUILDHALL, LONDON, SFPTBMb�U 25,1820. HE CO.MMITTEE. for LEfTING the CITY'S LANDS will mectai Giiil.Hialb on THlJ�S. A new J)mp'Cnttiiji]i^om Sii o'rigiiiaV cleaign,,>lra�;iteen; ?raiui�'d by jVlr. Pught. " , , , .,; ., n.ion,jit tlie^oil-pffici'., , - . . �   PlicM f.ir the Biixfs to beilakea of Mr. Brantl^ii, at the b.)x-OH;ce,."flart-slfeet,from.Ten till Fonr. Hnxrs. 7s , Second Price. 3s. 6d.-Pit, ."Is. fid.'; Secniid Prir<-, 2�.-Gallei-v, 29,: Second Price, Is.-Uppei- Gallery, Is.; S'conil IVire, 6d. Oil Monday, Virgiuins, or The Liberation of Ronie, wiib T.wn Tlimnb'tbc Gre.Tl. Oi\ Tuesday, Rob Roy M.icgregor^ with A Roland fur an Olivrr. " . TliliArllE-nOYAI., HAYMAni^Er. rprilS EVENING. SATURDAY, Oct. 7, JSL will be performed llic Oprra of GUV MANNERING. Henry hcrtram, Mr. Brnliam; Colonel Mannrrinff, Mr. tivkcr; Dandie DinmonI, Mr. J. Rli.ss. II; Dirk Halteraink, Mr. narii;ird; Gillierl Glossin, Mr. Hammond; Dominie SaiMpsdii, Mr. Oxberry, Julia Maniirriii r. Pi pin, Mr. Yonujjer; Valenline, Mr. Gomery; Otson, Wr. Biilojin; Hujro, IMr. J, Uiissill. iVir.cess Eglantine {tiy pe^lni^'!;ion), Airs. Stanley; ]Lnij>ress Belisania, Mru. ICfuilall; -igalba, Mrs. Jones. FM.st Price-Boxes, 6i.- I'it, 33.- First Gallery, 2s.- Srroiid Gallery, Is. .S.cond Price-Box.B, 3s.-Pit, Is. fid.-First Gallery, Is. -S-roiid Gallrry, (id. .^I'cond Price will Commence every Eveninpf precisely at NiMLMiTlocb. Tlic Doors to lie opened at Half-past Six o'Cloek,and the X'erf.prn'.ance to beijin at Seven. Plicr.': for Ibe Duxes to be taken of Mr. Mas.'iingbam, at tlic T;icalr�'. A Private Box may be bad, nightly, by application at the l!i>x OtKrr. Oil Jloiiday, the Comedy of The Clandestine Marri.is;e. Vrname'iilal Lustres, for >yix^^^^^ sMrr< rd Cbamberlain. ne^TIE Nnbili'y, Gentiy. an;l the Puh|i<- are a most respectfully inrnrniVd, that THIS THEATRE AVlI.l.OI'ENou IMOS-DAY NEXT, October vliirh �vil| be produced, fir.<l lime, an entire new Scottish Mclii dramatic BiirletiJ, entitled ST. CUTHBERTS EVE; Or, THE TO.MB OF MONTEITH. Julian IVIonlcith, !\ir. Gomrrsal; iM^AIIrn, Mr. ^Vatlcins (from the Surrey Theatre); Sandy, Mr. Wilkinson. Matilda, .M'.ss Collier (froio ihe Tlieare Royal, York, her first ap. piaiaure); Alice, Miss Yates. 'J'o which will be added, a newColnic and Burlesque Ballet, called OPPOSITION; Or, THE RIVAL DANCING MASTERS. To conclude with the fj.vourile Burletta of LOVERS OF ALL SORT.S. Captain Melfordj Mr. Callahan (his first appearance in iiiJI character); Sammy, Mr. WilUiuBon. Mrs. Khubarh, .Miss Collier; Jenny, Mrs. Waylett (from the Theatre Itoyal, B:itli, lier first appeiraiice). The Duuiswill open at Six, and the Performance begin a Quarter before Seven.-Second Price Half-past Eisht. when CONCLUSION OF THE LOTTERY. l.ast al!d only Day, WEDNF^OAY, 18tb instant TWO Priies of ....�20,000 Sterling Money T�'0 Prizes of .... 1,000 Sterlin� Money TWO Prizes of..... fiOO .Sterliai; Money And various minor Capitals, with every other Priie, also to be (laid in S(erlin;jf money, must be all Drawn. ^W^ IJlSil. Coiitrarliir lor the present Lotery, SL c submits Ibe above Stale of the Wheel lo bis best Friends the Public, remiudin^; thfin that One Pny of Jirawinn teCH conclude the Lollcr^, WEDNESDAY, the 13ih iusiaui, oil which Day Ali, thr Capitals, and every other Prize now in the Wheel, must be drawn. BISU sold No. 3,645, a Vxizf of 10,000/ (drawn on Thursday Ijsi) al hh Potluaafe O/fiiet, 4, Cornhill, and ".), Chai-imi-cross, where TICKETS and SHAKES, iear-raiiied iiiididwn, are no* on Sale; aUo by bin ^enis in t.'ifr Coiiniry, *�^ Tb.- (Vices of Stocks are affixed, hourly, at BlSH's tfice, in Coruhill, by which the Public may see Ihe fluc-tiialioits. PATENT. RGONO.VIICAL AND UNIVERSAL LAMP. '^"IHR l-'titeijtee will rerrain fro'i) NlHiiiit,'' ilie H- variety of itsCs for which this improvement is so nni-v.;is:iliy ap|)lii-ab'p, in order to fix the attention of ihe pub.-Iic lo lis nterits as a Chamber or Night Light, so truly in-l:restioj; to fainiltrs and dlhers who ran appreciate the coin-< .i; arisiui from a cbiifideucp, that if iValii<i ri>iriplc lieiu|: an invariable lontijuily of the oil to the ilinie, it can he regulated to burn fVoiu oae to tv/.;uly four hours, or so as lo usher in the uiorninsjafttfr the longest or shortest night, and then diiioip-|iear without the least Smoke or smell; it gives a brilliant light, b'arineuiiy motion, and su stife that if placed iin a lids's toilet there can be no danger. As a light tir Ihe Nur. scry, or t,> convey about the liunse; there is nothing that can compete with if, lieiiij; also a trruteiiliptl of the carpet from �wax or tallow. ^ It i^ so simple ds to meet the uieanest capacity in triuiuiing, i-equirini> to be replenished with coltun only once io ti*o bi- lliretf iHbnIhs; and in economy is not half the cxpeiise of rusb-li'hisi Price 10a. in handsome .) ipaii kiands, and 20s iu elegant bronze or iinperial metal, incUiding'tptton (ail auxiliary lit the patent) for seveii years' loiisumptioii. SbiiUtdHwo or more families residing in the same town send a joint order, Ibe expense of carriage will be of course iesi'iii propdrtiou. roJi^iJife ITniitttNWN and FRlTlt. M^EKS -of the Gity of LONBONi vacaiil by the d^alh of Mr. Joliii Nash. ~ The Purticniars and Conditions �f Sale may be seen on Appliration at Ibe Cumplruller's OiHce, Gutldbail. JO&. BUSHNAN, Comptroller. . NEW EDITION OF BURN'S JUSTICE. This day is published, in Five large Volumes, 8vo. with very consiilerable Additions and Improvemeuis, price Z2 10s. in hoards, MIE JUS r ICE of the PEACE and PARISH OFFICER. By RICHARD BURN, LL.D. Late Chancellor of the Diocese of Carlisle. Tile T\Veiily-lbird Edilioii, Witii Corrections and very coh-j sidcrablc Adrlilinus ; the Cases and Statutes brought down to the Time of Publiralion, By GEORGE CHEtWYND, Esq. !M.P. Barri.=iler at Law, and Chairman of Ihe General (Quarter-Sessions of the Peace for the County of StafTord. London : Prinled for T. Cadtll anil W. Davies; F. C. and J. Riviii|;tnii ; Longman, HursI, Iloes, Orine, and Brown ; and Joseph Butlorworlh and Sou. Of whom m-jy also be bad, BLACKSTONE's CO.MVIliNTARlES of the LAWS of ENGLAND. Fiflecnih EJilimi, wilh Nolea and .4ddiiioii}>; by E.lward Christian, Esij. in 4 VoluiiiiB, 8vo. price 2/. Bs. in boards. THE QUEEN'S TRIAL. HOUSE OF LORDS, Friday, Oct. 0. -I Lamp t_____- seU none bvt genuine Spwraaceli. v,^^^,,t�A OideriTrbth alt parirofiheViDgdgm protnirfl:^ execntcd, Tlie Lord Chancellor look his teat about the utdaj linie, and prayers were read. On tho names being called, his Lordship liegged leave of ahsiiice for his Royal Highness the Duke of York on accuunl of indisposition. Joseph .Marielli appeared at the bar wilh a copy of the letter which had been rerjiiired of him by the House (the letter from "Albertonio, we bi-lievp). On delivering it, he lii'gjed leave to correct au ermr in his former stalenienl. He Had not received it by post, hut it came lo him by a private band(>n Ihe I6lh. Tlie letter was laid upon the table. The (x�uii.sel were then called in, and Ibe cruss-exainiua-lidnof ILaily Cliarlutle Lindsay was resumed by Ihe Solicitor. General. Her Ladyship remembered that tliere was a garden at Naples, called, we helicve she said, La V'elerina. She had walked one day in that garden-with hir Royal Highness, Bergami was pipsenl. Hnr Ladyship accompanied her Royal Highness from Najdes lo Riiuie, and w'a ihe window of Ihe carriage and saying lo liCr Royal Higlmrss, "d moij Madame.*" Her Ladysliip pprfectly ricidlecied in one part of the journey Bergami coming up to the carriage, afli r being called, and saying, " d 7nOi, liladavic'" There wire provisions in the carriage; The Princes.* gave him sonielhiug to eal, and sonielhing to drink. She had no ilistincl rrcolliclioii that It was after he was callril, biii she thoiighl it was. There was no circuinuance which eoahled her Ladyship to pronounce wilh certainly ; it was merely an inrereuce (trhicli she drew from hiT own mind, because it was more natural. She liad no distinct rtcolliciion one way or llie other. There Uas nothing in Ihe circilinsialire which struck her as al all re-markable. 'i'hero was a butlle of wine in the coai-li; she thuusht lhai Bergunii drjiikont of il; she believid that he drank utll of the bottle wilhutil a glass ; she could not be quite rerlain; shefaucieil lliat he rctiirned Ihe boitle ; she could not he certaiu in any way; the I'r.ucess and her Ladyship had been taking refreshineiii ; slie could not say wheihir Bergami rcluruitl li.e holile or lliiew il away; she ralher Ihoughl he relui-uerl the buitle to the C:irriagp. Her Lailyship had no dialiucl recollccliou of iiaviiig staled, after she had made up her mind lo ipiit iiic sc'ivice of her Royal iligliiiess, that ii was a greit relief lo lirr miuil lhat she had coine to lhat delerniiiiatiou of (luiltiug the service of the Priiireiis; she did not renieinber having si.iied anything to thai purpose or effeit. She iiiighl have staled it) but she <lid nut know tl;iil she e%er h.itl iloiie so. Her Ladyship Could nut ncolhcl having slated that It was a great relief lo her mind that she had detenniucd on ipiil-liitg the service of her itoyal Highiiesc, fur lhat no Wuiiiau of qiiality, who had any regard for her charact�r, could remain in that service. She could not rt culled having staled any sucli thing in any such wurds, nor any thing lo that e/Iect. She would nut say lhat she had nut said lh *hich she bad made Ihe lattir. Her Indyship would not say positively lhat U viae not so, but she bad no kind of recollection of faaviit^ Slated lhat her rPBlgnation was iu consequence of H'bat the Sjlicilor-Geueral had then said, namely, that uo wuiliaii of tjuality^j wHt� t-egarded her character, could reiilairt m the neiviix'Of her Kojal Higbiieis. Yuiir Ladyship pertft'iveF that is liut an answer to the que�ion? rcau only say that 1 have iiu distinct recullec* tiidl ih'ut-it wai uot'so, lirftitsMcr io oe(*e�SWB front Doctor XuBlilngltni,}otir idyjliip stated that JOB Iirijfspme.commnoication wflh ^ird Guilford j'; wag (hit a^^^ the verbal coiji. rouUihilioV {if wbic1i;^dp have^apukeit ? I have no recolle'c tioii If it was Ijefuire br iift'eV.' , , i. Has yboT LadyjKip ito ri-ifbllefctibii if it was about itie same lime^ No7 I dpn'l recollect. Was iVafter yburXadyiHi|Ktisd actiia'lly retired from ber MajMly's seivic^r'tjdbll'rtliowv 1^ Are there no circoi&tanceii by'whicl^ your Udyship can brinbfliat faiJt lofbuVr&olfiSnb^^^ I think what I staled about slajing^ in oitlerjh'ai'/myyalary mi^ht come 'to that C^rtini liidlviifiiilli hid'tipiVla'cfe after (he coinmnUi-Ication^of my brother;. , i;,, , .. ite-fJcamlnedbT/ Diri Lli?KlS[ifoii-i-The Solicifor.Gejieral baa asked your Lailysblp aiiiti^'ifVeriial civminanicatfan made by rota ; will you state 10 iiilibm that' was made) Tu nty husband, pnd no ooe^elae.. . _ , Is'Mr. Lindsay in dislrrsir^d cirrtii'niitiinm? Yct^ Has tie been su for 9 cooaideratrie iime ? Yes, for som^ yclSrs. The Solicitor-General objected io^his line of examination; Dr. Lnshingtott cbiiteiided he hid ii right to .continue it. "^be Earl of Lauderdale siidj that'it was'the order of the House, under the preireUt cifctiaitlaiiceii, ibat Ibe witoevS should U'ilhdraw. _v The fUrlhtt-eleomiiMtioD oii tbe'poiiit was not continued. Was ihere any difficulty *liil^oiM; Lad^hip was iu her HtiS^ilt'ttiBliiMsVjj ainriice^willfrSpccJ to tlie- payment.of your salary ? Yes, at one time the(e.VUia a p-eat arreir diie. Were there anyolher rircnmiillncei, in> 1817, lo render yoor.stay in that si^aation disagreeable? Yes- il woll'd h ve been particalarly.^disagreeabtr at lhat liihe on account of the depression of fiiy spirits,-(Hfr Ladyshiji here a'p-peared greatly affected and shed tears.) Had your Ladysnip lost any near relation ? Yes, two. Was it nut tlie late Ldrd Gpilfcrd and the late Lady Glenbervie ? Yen, it was. Will your Ladyship state \V-het1iPr you bad ever nhsrrved ftny thing in the Manners or conduct of the Queen to induce you to leave her service ? 1 never observed any ihing in Ihe maohers oi-conduct of the Queen to induce me to quit tier service. Jixaihincd h{j ihe Earl of Donoughmore.-I wish to brlu^ il to the mind of the House and to the recollection ot your Ladyship the period of lime to which yon are enabled lo speak of the conduct of her Majesty. You Said you joined her Majesty ten or twelve days previous id her tjuilliog Naples ? 1 did. You said you were one night on thie joiirnty to Roiiie ? I did. Did your ladyship remain at Rortle Iwo days? Two nights and one whole day. Your Ladyship said you remained at Civiia Vecchia six days, and on board the Cinrijidc three rlays ? Yes. .Making allogelhcr 24 days only. Your experience, therefore, of the conduct of the Quern extended over 24 days only, and Ihe testiiniiny and opinion whicli your Ladyship is enabled to give is founded on the experience of 24 days only? In Italy. That is the part cf the Queen's conduct included in the Bill, and to which your Ladysbip's opinion is required ; Twenty-four days only ? Yes. During Ihal lime you observed no improprieties on the part of her Majesty iu her inlercourse Uiib Berganli ? During that time 1 observed no improprieties on the part of her iMajesly in her intercourse with Bergami. What part of ber Majesty's English suite remained with her Majesty; did Sir VVm. Cell? Yes; Sir William Cell was there. Did be remain with hef Majesty after she lefr Naples ? No, he staid al Naples on account of his health, which would not admit of his travelling to the north. Was the Hon Keppel Craven io: her Majesty's suite at the time Of your joining her Majesty at Naples? Yes. Did he also continue ? No; he also resigned. Was Capl. Hesse also in the service of ber Majesty at lhat time ? He was at Naples, hiit { aiii not certaiu ihal he was in Ihe servirt! of her Majesty. Did he qiiil Naples with her Majesly? No, he did nrtt. Then if he was ever in the scrVice of her .Majesly, he had thru cpiilled il ? Yea. At Ihe lime of those persona quitting Ihe service of her iMajesty, are you aware of any others joining ? I do not re-tullect. Bergami was then in her service? Yes. Did a sister of Bergami, named Faustina, then en let-her Majesty's service ? I am not aware of it. Do you know of such a person being present ? I do not. Do you remeniher Luici lierganti euleiing her Majesty's seivice at Naples? 1 am nut certaiu, but I think he was al Naples. Your Ladyship does not know if he entered her Majesty's service al Naples ? No; I am not eel lain. Do you remember the niolher of Bergami entering her Majesty's service at Naples? No; I never heard of her uulil lately. Do you know any thing of the lime of which the child Victorine was taken under ihe protection of her Slajesty at Naples? No. Ill answer tu a qhefltion just now pitt, as to your reilsons for quilling her Majesly's Rervice, you said you bad seen nolliiug improper in her iVIajesty's conduct? No, I had seen nothing liiijjrojier in ber [Majesty's conduct. Were ihere any report* ?-(trfiid murmurs in ihe House) Mr. Biungbam said, lo save the tiiiie of the House he (Vas ready lo ailmil that llierc had been reports, and I'^ise too of a very alrorions nature. The Earl of Donoughmore, and some other Peers, called " Order.'" The Lord Chancellor said, the House could admit no re-poits whatever. The Earl of DoUonglunore resjlmed his examinaiiod - Was there any other ciicunislance operating on your Ladyship's mind lo induce yoii to quit her Majesty's service, e.x. cept those you have tnenlioned? t bad Certainly seen Un-thing improper in Ibe conduct of her Miijesty, but there were repoi Is of so degrading a nature as to render it unpleasant lo remain in her .Majesty's service. Examined by Lord F'alkland.- Did you observe in, ber Majesty's conduct lo hermale and female servants any fami-liarily deriigalory to her character and situation ? No; her Majesty was exceedingly ailable and familiar iii ber conduct to all her seivaiils. Did ilmt extieed the condescension usually shewn by Ibe higher classesi in this country lowards their serviiiiis? I Ihiiik the manners of the higher classes in this country much more reserved lowards tfieir servants than that of foreigners, which is more unreserved ; and 1 think her Royal Highiiesd's manner was peculiarly so. Old her Slajesty's manners appear peculiar in that ftspect even to fiyteigners ? Of that 1 cannot speak. Did her .Majesty's condescensioii to her servants greatly exceed lhat shewn by foreigner's, according to Ihe opportunities your Ladyship has bad of observing fjreigii society ? No, not greatly. . WMu you said you had not observed any improper behaviour iu her Majesty towards Bergami, nor aoy imprOpiiety in Uergsmi's behaviotir towards her Majesty, had jo'ii le-feieiiee Iu that peculiarity of her Majesty's behaviour to which you have adverted'? I had. Am I to understand your Ladyship to say, lhat from thU uncommon deg'fee of familiariiy iu her Majesty's mahner, circumstances might have passed vVhicb in � person of �iore habitual circnnifpectiou and reserve, \�puld have appeared lo you exiraordiiiary and unbrcoming? 1 don't knuvr lhat any thing I observed wouldJiave appeared eiiber extraordinary or duliecoining. Her Majesty appeared lo talk to Bergami, as she did to Sicard and others iti ber family. <i. Did your Ladyship's brother cuuiiMiUnicate the reports alluded tu wheir lie advised your Ladyship to quit her Royal HigbiiesS's Ber*ite?-(.4 (treat murmur through the Huuse, and erica of " No, iVo.'-w�/'*�rto.)'' The qtiestibu was uot repeafed. By the Earl of Laodeidate,-Your Ladyship has staled that you (juicted the s��iec Of B ia';e on this counlry ? I did not. By a Peer/-Does jour Lorilship recollect at all the Princess being at a ball in Naples? 1 do. Was your LunUhip preseiii at that lime ? 1 was. Does your Lordship ir'collecl Ihe dress of hei- Ruyal Highness on lhat occasibn ; 1 do not. The Hdn. Jveppel Oavrn was tlie next witness called, and being sworii, was examined by .VJr, Denman. I beliorp, .'^ir, lhat iu the year 1S14 you weie iii ibe service uf her Royal.Hiphness the Princess of Waits as one of bet Cliambeiiains? I was. ^ Did you leave this coiintiv irilh her Ruyal Highness, or did you join her in the course of lhat year? 1 joined h. r itoyal Hii^hness al Bruuswiclc. DJd you accompany her Royal Highiiesa from Brunswid: tu ,'^lilaii, and from llieiice 10 f^aples ' 1 did. When you juinid her Royiil Highness at Brunswiek, was il settled iielv.-eeii her Royal Highness an*! you how long yon were lo remain in attendance upon lu'r � Noi exartiy il i: lime, but il was lo bc as soon as she could nliow me. How long did yoii remain Iu atiendauce upuu her? I!a- -Iher more than six monlhs, , Aud where did yoii leave Iier ? Al Naples. And ivliy did. yoii leave her  li was always underslO',1 when I eiiteied lier Ro^al Higbness's srrvire that I run id not slay more than tti'ti..or three monlhs, but 1 iifierw;o('� foiiuii 1 coiiM slay till Ihe iiiunlh uf .'^Inrch, anil iheu I iiiforined her f^oyal I-ligliii(s.s uf it. Did you then in fact slay llirec monlhs longer iImo it was ori jinally inlcndiil: It was aiioul f'oiir moiillis loiigi t than was originally intended-1 did not intend lo slay above two^ monllis. Do you remember ivlieu a_t fttllaii with her Royal Highness, Ihal any courier was discharged for ini.~coiiducl � courier was discharged at .\lilaii, but he Wrfs lo he disehaii;-ed afteiwards for nliscundiici, aud aiioilur was found iu place. Did you apjily lo the Great Chamlierl.iin lo (inil a person of this descripliou ? 1 applied to ihe M.i'njuis Degies.re, who had been appointed by General - lo a tend on liti Royal Highness while at .^lllatl. Did he mention auy person lo nupply lhat place ? He di 1. Wlib was that? A person whom I aflerwi-.ids I'ouod lo bd M Bergami. \i'ill yuii lie so good as to stale wlieihir he recommpn . and suddenly promoted beyond aiiy njerils'be pos-.esrjeii." If I can prove from the oiuutii of the witness thnl this p-r-auii was recommended lo the l^riiicess by llie higlifsi i-ri 1 mo5l respecl;j,ble authority; a.s being a person of rotisideri.ble respeclabilily^ at^-liotigh reduced in cireiim-.laiices, and thut he went in lhe,-rapacily he did with the uiidersiai!;'.iii,; Ihal on any v.^ca!icy be should be proinoitd to lii;;otr ofiices-1 appreheifd, if I lay Ihal before your Lordship-:, I shew that her Royal Highue^liad gooil rcasuiis for giving hu:\ Ihal piomotiou which was imputed lu her as a rriine. It i^as quite impossible to sluit'him out from proving tho.so tiiutives puie which had'b�^t^urged agaiusl her as criminal. The Lord Chancellor saii!, that if Ihey could shew it had been slated lo h�r Majesty liiai he was a respectable person of good character, whElber'true or false, it wuuM he evi-dfcure, as her .Majesty Wight bavc acted on thai ripieseiiia-tiun. The previous questions �*re ordered to l>e read. Pray did you know auy iBing of Bergami het'ore the M; r.' tjuis recommended him : Nol til all; Were you desired by llie Princess of VValea to make i.i. quiry for such a JJerson' I was. Did yOu cooiu�anicate 10 her Royal Highness ihe result of the inquiry yoD made of the Marquis ? i did. Will you base the goodness to describe what \t vz.> yoj commiiiiicaled from the Marquis, as lo lb-* iharatttr ��! [I.;: individual engaged ? Itold'her Royal Highness lhat I'o..-.Ilarqdis had a persuu whorn he wishid lo recomnicnd to ti-;: aitllalion uf courier, aud thai heeuul.l recoimnmd this pii-suii very strongly, having known bis .'aniily noine time, ai;.! wishing lilni lo enjoy a good situation. 'Mi^t ia :ij tar as t recollect. Did you state any Ihing to her, as to ihc siloallou in which he was engaged ? The SIarijuia told me- - The Attorney-General objected 10 any thing the ,Marqui< said, uuless he bad afterwards comuiuuicaied it tu !.'...� Princess. Did ynii cominutiicalc wliflt you aie now stating to her Royal Highuess: 1 comuiunicaltS all thai Ihe .Mac.ju.i said. Have the goodnejis lo lell ni w(nt he saiil wilh regard to. the prohahilily of prontofion ? He Sai.I, lh.;t ai he wisheil bim to remain iu the siluatii.n, he hopeil, if he hchavid well; he would he continued in the laiiiily; Waa any thing Said aboiit arivauei meiit or promotion? Yes; the Marquis said thai lie hoped he iniglit be made ;4 servant out of liveiy wheu litr Royal Hi;;hui:.4 supped Ay where. . Dtd he slate any thing particulsr as 10 what he knew of his family? I do not recoiled ibal he said any thing panii-rular; be said thai he had known them a giCat wbilr, aaid be wislied lu be of use to all 1 f them. Have you ever seeu the Maiquis and Bergami together' Yti, at Mihn aud at Gatzbaadra.- �FurnJ

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