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   British Press (Newspaper) - October 10, 1820, London, Middlesex                                rWlHIS EVENIN^. TUESty^'Yi OomberioV JL       win bejierformei] llie WosicirDitima of''    ' ROB'BWj^MACaREGOli.     ; Sir ^reiler,icjk;;^rp n,, ai^..^,j;cirtqnj':E?BJ�l�i�h.O�.ba:j�iil il.iBf, tRfr.;4W)o,ti;j. FraiK-U 'Osbatilist(inp,i.!\lrivH.|ii;ii j Ru^ JCiuerj; ^aiflie'rN^P! Diaiia VmiiujuJ ^!Us Greene;. Helen Macgrtrgprj Mra.F'^H'^'*-           ^    ' Aftrr ivliich, tlie popular :Farre of -      A BOLATJO FOR ANrOLIViEK. Sir ftT�rk Clinse, Mr. ruvrcfit; Alfred Higliilyer, Mr. I met j.Selbornc, Mr-'AI>buil; Fixluire, Mr> Emrry; Game-l.o|�-r, Mr. C'imrr. Mrs. Sclbiirnr, Miss Beaiimunt; Mra. Hjliue; Miss Green; Maria D<&-lington, Miss Foote. Dunn:: I'je rercss Ibe Tliiaire has-be<;n eiill/ely new  xrKlo fii> lirtrrn of Mf. Brantion,i�t-the To-morrqw, She Stooj)!" to Cunqurr,.wilb Cymon. Shiikspcare's Tragedy of Cymheliiie is in preparalinn'; also a new Mnnicai Parce,.aiid both wilt be produced next wcrk. TffEA rii/;-noY.4 l, hayma rkkt. rpHLS"EVENING. TCJESbA.V. QjtoWr lO, _a.    mil be performed a-Comedy, in five acts, called THE HEIR AT LAW. Daniel DOtelsB (alius Lord Unberl5);flrr. Williams; Di e,opened at Halfpasl Six u'Clock,and llie PerfttrniHQce to brgriu at Srven. Places for ibe Boxes to be taken of Mr. Massingh^m, at tbi- Theatre. To-morrow, Hamlet: Hambi, by the Yoonr Genilcmao nho nwJe so sncetssiful an impreRsion in that characirr last Sins.HI at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-lane-iviili Valentine and  i>. AbELPHl THEATRE, STRAND. Py Authority of ihe Rijrht Hon. the Lor'l Chjsmbeihrin. The N'ohilily, Gentry, anrl the Public, are most ri'spert-fiilly informed, that dtirinjr the Vicaiion the Pioprieiors Irive spared neither.expense nor labour in procurihif Per-f..rniirs and Pieces of the first miri', anxious to deserve ii fonlinuaucc of that patronage they so fully experienced tMt $i�asuu. rpHIS PRESENT TUESDAY, OcioI.er 10. the Evening's Enterlainments will � coninienee wi^b 2tl time, an entire New Scottish Mtio-Dramatic Burletla, enlllitd, ST. CUTHBERT'S EVE; Or, THE TOMB OF MONTEITH. Juliin Mouteitb, Mr. Gomersal; M'.4IUii, Mr.Watkins (from the Snrrey Theatre) ; Sanily, Mr. Wilkinson.  Matilda, A!;ss Collier (froia the Theare Royal, York, her 2d ap-(M jralirc^; Alice, Miss Yates. Will- a new Comic and Rnrlesqne Ballet, called OrPCSIIiON ; Or.THE RIVAL DANCING .MASTERS. To roncludc with the favourite Bnrlttta of LtnF.llS UF ALL SORTS; OR. NOT SUCH A FOOL AS HE LOOKS. Captain MelfoiJ, Mr. C:allalian (his 2d appe.-iianre in that f!i:M-.icier); Sammy, Mr, Wilkinson. Mrs. Khobarb, ?:'ris';Colli<'r; Jenny, Mrs. Waylett (from the Theatre Royal, V. .ih, her 2d appe-irance). Die Doois will open at Six, and the Performance brgin a Oniit  Sliiliiij; Money TttO Prizes of....       500 .Slerliii.8;- Money-And v.iriims minor Capitals, with eviryolh^'r Prize, also to he paid in Sterling mmioy, must be all Drawn. ^ HI BISH, C'U.trartor for ihe prts-iit L'iMfrv, -ia.  submits the above .Stale of the Wheel to his best Fiieiul? llie Pnlilir, rcmiudinj: ihiin that One Dai/ of ffroKinp conclude ihe l.atlerij, tVEl)NESDA V,' the }8ih iii'nant, on wliich Da.y All tiik Capitals, ^nU every o.'her Prize llow in the U'hceJ, mn-it he drmcn. BISH sold No. 3,645, a Prize of 10,000/ (drawn on Thursday last) at hU Fortunate Officet, .4, Corvhill, and ^, ri.nnntf-crns!!, where'TICKETS and SHARES, jcor-iKntKii viidraivn, are now on Sale; also by his A;;enls in ti.e Conn'ry. Till- Holders of Tickris nr Sharis drawn Blanks the First Ony arc reminded, tiiat ilie option of r*ceivini^ 14/. p�r Ticket ill Koney, instead of Blaiiuini; the ehaiice of ihe >tM Day's Drawing, will ce.ise on Fridaij Next, ilic I3/A Vii.s'.Tir/, aiiil.ihoae who do not demand the 14/. on or before Th.it d�y,canndt�-ecoive it afterwards, but will then hp enlilled lo whatever their Numbers may be drawn on the ISih iiipt. �,� The Prices of Slocks are affixed, hourly, at BISH's �Oflice, in CorBUtll, by which the Public may see llie fluc-tonlioits.. TO THE VOTARIES OF BEAUTY. KfCTHSON'S   BOTAN/C  TOO rH-POW- Jk.a 1>ER, tecommendcd by many eminent Physicians, is inpned of balsamic vegetables, of mild detersive proper-)l is eiitiaely free of tliose cbi-rod)n� acids which form (!< basis-of most :rootli-powderf, and which eventually prove   jhem in the one case, niid levivesthe enamel ll-e oihir; it .removes (arlar, cuies the scurvy, and pro-iiin-^ a he-ilil:y redness, to the giims, a pearly whiteness to il.e iwlli, to the breath a balmy fratfraiici-, iiiul is an in-t'.JJ.'tiic  i�r#'scrvaiive against decay and  the  tooth-ache. I'n.-.- -Js.'i).; .'.' - September, 1840. PEKSONS, whose Atinual Premmmd fall due on tbe.29thliislRnl, are hereby infuriKed, that Receipts are now ready to be delivered at the Company's Offices, over the Royal Exchange and in Pall-mall, as well as by tbe''H- respective Agents in Ihe several Counties ; and Ibe Parlies assured are requested to apply for the Renewal of their Policies, on or befo?e the 14tli of October next, as ffie usual Fifteen Days allowed for Payment, beyond the Date of each "Policy, will Ilien expire. SAMUEL PENNING, Jun. Secretary, jt* Attendanre is given dnily, at Ihe said Offices, for the Assurance of Buildings, Goods, Merchindisos, and Ships, in Harbour, in Dock, or ivIiiLe bnihliog, iVom Lo">i> or Damage by Fire; and also for the Assurance of, and grauting Annuities on. Lives, N.B.-Fire Policies will be issued free of Expense to the Assured, where the Annual Premium amounts to 6s. or upwards. A T a GENERAL MEETING of the PHO-xa. PRIETOKS of the EAGLE INSURANCE COM-PAN'i', held at the London Tavern, the 6lli October, 1820; Sir WILLIAM RAWLINS in Ihe Chair : The Ueport of iheD'ireclors upon the Affairs of the Com^ pauy was read and approved. James Brewer, Esq.; John Cleugh, Esq.;Simnel Nssb, Esq.; Richard Whileaves, Esq.; aod Edward William Win-dus, Kvq. were re-elcrled Directors. John Blackburn, Esq. was also reelected Aoililor. It was rescdved-That the Thanks of the Meeting be given to Sir Williapi Rawlins, the Cli-.iirman, and the rest of the Court of Directors, for ihtir general zeal and unie-mitting aiieiiliou in the discharge of the important duties confideil to their care. VV. BEETUAM, Sec. Policies expiring at Michaelmas maybe renewed wilhifl .16 days from that period, either in Coriiliill or Regent street. Pkii;b 7d. bergami'!   Al^y. ftit itf a Mi�lre&-io\^e?vagi,,.i        .    �(tl^%u   \yilSi.n'|h;.^e,o/ foiir.dayaof f What waa the roiiduct.of B�iSfl�oi;g?Ji^^ft!^y,t(iLU ' ^iglraefs? 1 nej^ijs^wit oil^ajs? �,b(ia,iinijf^ TO MOXIED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. . NV Lady or Oenilemuii Imvint; 400/. or 500/. at their immediate command, may lurn it to unusual advantage with the .Advertiser, a respectable person lii busi-jieSjSy and not snbjrcl to the .B.ankriipL Laws.. An Annuity of 50/, per Annum will begranled to the Lender. Afuftfier and c-Tiidid explanation will take place, as this emanates from a respectable channel. None but Principals can be treated uith. AiblresK, per Letter (post-paid), O P. S, Mr. VValling's, No. 409, .Siraiid, will meet due atteiitioti. NEW EDITION OF BCKN'S JUSTICE. This day H published, in  Five l.uge Volumes, Svo. with very consiilerahle Aililitiuns and  Iniiirovemenls,   price 3/. 10s ill hoariLi, -11 IE JUSTICE   of the  PEACE ii.id PARISH  OFFICER By RICHARD BURN, LI,.D. Late Ciiancellor of the Dmcese of Carlisle. The Tifciiiy-third Edition, with Correciiooa aod very cnn-swlerable Ad'-iilions; the Cases and Statutes brought down to the Tune of Pnblicaiion, By GEORGE ClIEl'ttVND, Est,. JI.I'. Bsiri^lernt Law, anti Ciiiiiimaii of the General Qiiarter-Srssioiis of the Peact: f .r the Coiiiilr of Stnii'.ird. London: Pnnled for T. CadJl and W.'Davies; F. C and J. Uiviiigroo ; Longman, Hurst, Rces, Ormt, and Brown ; aod Joscnlj Botlerivortli and .Son. t)f whom, iii-jy also he had, BLACKSTONE's COMMENTARIES of the LAWS of EiS'GLANU.   Fiiieenih Edilion, with jvotis ami Addition., by Edward Christian, Esq, in 4 Volumes, Svo. price i/. Ss. in boards. THE QUEEN'S TRIAL. HOUSE OF LORDS, Monday, Oct. 9. . Was there any condilion befolie yotrr leavtng En^lann.as to Ibeperiotl^p vriiicl^jtoi|,).ei;g^ogJa,jiyi^^tK4!er.Rv,]^^ | nees? It was generally unders.loi^d,|ib^t,-.4,;>Faa.',lu r^majiii I ^hef^a.y/?ar,3/id !^ b>lf,or._l�vo yiara;;'.. y \\;'^ At ,whal,p|aVe did,y6u,.,qoJt hej RityaJ HiatflE'^j,- At .Venice. Was ihereiiiy co'iivie'rsatTuii as'fo'yuii'r'quiiliug her Rv>iil IJi(5hueiis,heforcyou catneAoTeiMfg'- '^Lere was. ,. � Where?' 'AVMLtan.,- ;.r;^!,,.:/:,..,:" �     ... At whose suggeslJoa was il that j^ou ]>rbcee()ccl iv Venice?   At lily own suggestioii.' When.you'lefl be�: Royal -Bigjinp at Venicp, s every Jay, but not always at Naples, Do you remcmb.r being with her Royal Highness at a masquerade, or masked hall, given by her Royal Highness to the King of N.iples ?    I was not there. ^ Wtre you ever at a irosqoerade at the theatre San Carlos, at Naples, at uhii.-li the Princess was present.?   1 was. With Hlioni did her Royal Highness go? I was not aware that her Roy.'r! Hicflioess had been there till nest morning. Did y.u remain the whole time ? Only about an hour, cerlaiiily a very slioit time. Am I to uoderslaiid that you do not know who went with the Priurrss ?    1 do not. You have slated your observations respecting the conduct of her Royal llighuess and Rergami; allow me to aik if ---:-----    � ----.J-... ; .  .!., The Lord Chnorollor entered the House a( seven minule.s before ten o'cioek. Prayers were rea,l, the names called over, and the Counsel c-illed in. V>oc/or Henry llolUio! u'o-f .ricorw, and examined by Mr. WvUle. Did you leave England :u pliy-ieian to her Royal High-l!is3 llie Princess of Walrs in the year 1K14?   I did. Did you atleud on her Royal Higliiiea.s to Najiles?   1 did. Did yon remain toe whole perioit of ber Roy^l Ilighnrsa's stay at Naples?   i did. What description of visitors wailed on her Royal Highness at Naples? With veryfew exceptions,.!hey were all the principal Nobility, English and Neapolitan. Where did you go after jou left Naples ? First to Rome, snhscquently to Genoa. Were yon with her Royal Highness on board the Clo-rinde ?   1 was. What description of visitors waitnl on her Royal Highness at Geuoa ? All the cliiif English families who were at Genoa. Did you ever, in Ihe period in which you remained with her Royal Highness,ob.*erve that,she; in any way or manuer, avoided the society of the English r   I did not. What was the situation of the house uf hir Royal Highness at Genoa as to puldicity? The answer was at first so low as to raise a discussion in the House upon the iticonnnirncc of a witness not speaking out. After a few observalions from Lord Erskine, Ixird Redes-dalf, ,'iiid the I'2arls of Dnrnley and Lauderdale- The Lord Chancellor.snid, that there was no manner of doubt that every witness must, if possible, contrive lo make himself beard distiuclly by their Lnrdships. If the House would allow him he Would take the lilierty to inform Dr. Holland that he oiigbl to raise his voice so as to make it unnecessiiVy for the short-baud writer to repeal the quesiion. Exaiciiiatiou resumed,.- How was Ihe house sitiOitcd at Genoa ? Abotil hilf n iniie from the town, but that part of the suburbs was thickly inhabiled. Did  r>�pri  Ibtt Princess, or if you have not stated as much to any body else? i never did rbserve any impropriety in the,conduct of her Royal Highness lo Bergami. Are you aiqiiaiiited wiih a minister at York?   1 Hm. Having awakened your aiieiilioii lo that cirrurnslance, allow ine again to ask you, if you have not slated tu any Ix.tly that yon disapproved of the conduct of her Royal Highness to Bergami ?   1 never have. Have you never informed any other perenn whatever, that yon did not think the conduct of her Royal Highness to. wards Bergami correct, or any thing wbaievcr to that ef-ferl ?    I never have. 1 do not ask the question mrrely with respect to the individual of whom I r .t ;^ I did .ijfjl know il during the whole'iinle fbai 1 waj in atteiii^Huce on (he PriiicMf.' , '    "       . ,   ' How loo; wan it after she rnlcred the service�r,lhe P/i Mr. William Burrell of your parly?   He was. "    . fliti you dine with the Priucess al the hoase'lu which sTie had reranved, or at the hotel? At the bouse 10 which she bad removed. Every day during her residence at Venice ?  1 bclieve'every Did (he Princess leave Venice Wure you or after ?   J weut Did you rpjuin Ib^ Princess aflerwarda?   Ncvfr-Do yuu know if the CouiHess Oldi apoke Fftucli?   I do not knuw. Did yoii ever hear her speak French?   I always conversed with hei- in llaliau. lie-cxaniincfl by .V)'. Wyhle. You have bten ahked as to Ihe siiualioo of her Royal IHgiinost,'^ house at (;enoa,fiiid you said it was in a garden ; was It in n conspicuous silualjun or in a urivate one ? la n coospicudus oitiKition. , Parlicului ly so?   It was raised ii|)f>n n ferracc. Wao il riMivtinenily silualed for leceiviug visitors from Geiurfi ?   I believe il was. Have ynu reniainvd in England since your rciurn ? No, 1 Have iiui. - Huw lone hnvc yoii heeii hi En^laiid since fjiiittiiig the service of (Ite Pi ineess ? 1 have h^eji ihrec or four limes ab-tient fruin Eu^^laud fui- t-hurl period*), bul have generally resided here. Have you been practising openly as a p)iysician in Loo-don ?   Yes, ditrinp; the lasl five yrars. Have you ever bten examiiird diiiin* that time rehuive (o the t'onduel uf the Princess ?    Never. Has any persofl askfd yotr f� be examined ?   Never. I3y Lord Erskine-Duruu' I lie w liole iime uf your attendance on the Priocens, did you evir olweire any indecent, immodt-Kt, or improper.totulucl in her Royal Highness? 1 have not. By E.trl Grey-Did ^ou ever observe in the conduct of iht Princt'ss any ihiug^o brinfj distract* upon the character of thecouutry?   1 believe I can decidedly say, never. Yon'have been a>kcd whether yau have ever been examined rt laiive to liie conduct of the.Princes: I wish lo.have your answer more explicitly to this question-" \Vhether, previous tu Ihe chs^rEjp, or any procerdings b'-in^- roinmcticed in Parliament, yuu ever were required (o give any infurmatiun as to ibt: conduct of the Princess during the lime yuu attended on her r"^ I never had any applicaliou whatever made to ine. Lord Lauderdale-rDid yon altt  lillle child came? AJy recolitctrons on thai �n1>jir( ore extremely indialinci;^ do uol recoiled any such female. Do you know the room in which ihe Princess slept at Genoa r   1 do not. .Adj^coof to yoor room at Naples alfpi Hieronymns ? Yes. And Williirm Austin in a cb.imber adjoining his?   Vrp. Lord Graniham-A farmer wiliiesh h.i-* staled that on the same floor with llw chamber uf Iht Princess was a place uard as a waler-cUn-et j do you recollect such a place? 1 do not. A Peer-H:*ve you ever seen the Princess and Bergami together alter Bergami became Chainbci lain ?   No. By the Earl of Lauderdale-D�i� a Dr. Holland know wheiher Iheie was any cabinet adjoiniugr Bergami's room ' If my rer.ullpction he correct,'opposite the do�ir of Bergami's room ihere was h small room� which may or m?iy not be called a cabinet fur sny ihiog thai 1 know. By Ihe Earl of King-;lon-Of your own Unowledjfe do you know any ihinj; uf tht- conduct of the Queen for the last six yt-fiirs^ I believe Ihe time rince I left her service was five yrars iu June last By Lrtrd Rous-To whom did Dr. Holland dedicate the hook of travels which he has published ?. It has uo dedica-I tion. I begin know whether you did not intend (o dedicate it lo Ihe Princi-3s of Wales?-{Lottd mufmurs^ and cries of " iVo, vo r) Have you ever said you intended to Jpdiraic it to ihe Princess of Wales?    \ do not recollect ever v-aymccso. Will yon, on your oalh, say that you m ver have said so ? I can only say, that, to ihcb^'st of my recolinflron, 1 never did. Can you say, pusiiivoly, that you never did? 1 do not re-culli'cl ever bavin;; enterlaiord such an idea. When Ihe Couuless Oldi juiiit-d ibe Priuceas's party, was she introduced lo yon ? Yes, as far ab 1 recollect, by ber Kuyal Highuesa herself Wlial did her Royal Hicbness say on that occasion ? 1 cannot pariicularly rl ' wbeiber, whru the Priiices*** rnttoduccd ihe Coiml^ (^ught lo Btaiul i.> n menial servant I must remark, in answer lu lhat qne^fioo, that her Rityi! Hiahness. * oiHuner it) all her servants way very kind and familiar; and I n�v�.r observed any diffVreirce in her manner towards Bcrg-tini from that "lili which sl/c treated Iht; othtr bcrvams. 1 would add, (he principal servants. Then I understand you to say, or ralher in inlimite, (hht the defjree of atienlion shesvu by her Royal Hiijhness toward^ Berg-ami was fully acconiited fi>r hy the kindncso and coii-rlei-cension which 8he shewetl to all her servants r I ntror obseiVi-d any particular Uindiii^ss or t'amiliarily s!ievi-ij ijy l>ei-Royal Hi;;hiMiS towards him in prcfeiciicc to liic ol'-ti str-vanls. By a Peer-.41  what (ime did you join her R.'j a I II!(;''-ness ?   Wlieii she left En^Und. In JSM ?   In AneusI, ]S14. How long ilid 50u contiiiiie with her Roy^l Hiijlitics^s ~ Ten monlhsj my salaiy and service, huwtver, did hoI cease ulien 1 l.'fi iicr. Did you consider Bergami as one of the upoer scrv.irits in her Itoy'il Hiijhuess's suite?   Yes, as an upper servHifi by ihe Lord Chancellor-I would ask Dr. Holland wh- li-rt-any of the pritirjp.il servaiHs lie nienl(oi)�d i.-i his;tM�H: r �.> a former qnVslion from a Noble Lord (Callhurj>L'>, ,\,-r dined a I the Queen V table ?    None of iln m. Siiirirfsled by Mr. Brougham, and prupnset] bv l!ip f..)r.L Chiincellor-Did \our salary reuse the ^iislant 5 on qn: {; 3(1 hor Rojal H ighness's service r   Not till some timf-aftfr. How loos? Fifteen months from the lime I entfri �1 hrr Ro\j( Highness's service. Hive yuu received any salary from her since Nor e whaiever. Charles Alills, ari English dentlemaVj was then sivorn, and e:zmnine.dby 3/r. Dcurnan. 1 believe you generally reside al Koino?   Tc. i>id you reside there 10 the s-nmrner uf ISI" ?   1 did. Had yiu then ihe honour of seeing ihe Priiicrss of iV.nU.^ there? 1 called on her Royal Highneis the day efur hLi-ai rival. Do >ou know how lorjfj'.he rrmalned     llome-?   1 remain, ed ihere myself hut twelve days, liicreiore i tairiot ti.ii loi�s: she remained there. Vuu I' ft before her Royal Higliness ; bid you ii;*; hooonr of hrr Royal Hiijhness'a acquainlauce bel-ore that peri'.�d ' I had. During llie twelve days you have spoken of, wfre vou r---pealedly al her Royal H ri;hiic?is'*s houflc or huiel ? I ''i-'t-i at llie grand hotel most liays during fecr Royal U;jj:iv.iv^ -i stay, with htr Royal Highness. , ('an you inform ihe Hmise, Sir^ wbelhcr at that tun-: b'-." was visited hy persons of biffh rauk     Si:e was. Will you nK-iili.on some uf ihcir names?   1 can n.-itrie a few; there was the Baroness Ancar^ina, who whs ap-iuinUd by 11-.- Goverinnenl In atlend her itoyal [litihiu-s.  Wiis any olher  Lady of rank appointed?   The D':.ic-i(=s of Sarrazzoua. Was mIic attended by a cuard of hofiour aUo ?   Ve.-;; and siie had all mark-i of disliocluni paid her, surh aq ;� b'^^ see the cercmo'jies of Ihe CorpttM Dufnini, the sanje. a-j ull t .� piT'ionages residi nl at Naples. You bavf meiilioned llie iwo ladies appointed tu at'ct.'     .her Ruyal llte;hinK';j as l-avinii; iluud xtuh lo-r, do y.     ^^ -IfVt. wlicihur any olio r persons uf  r:uik, of ciliier    x.      ,. J witli iier also ?   i rcmeoiber Lord Kilworth. The Abbe Taylor was a eonsi lut guei�t? I dor/l kouw wl'-elher any of Iheir Enijnenrcs dined iher:.*; ] nev.-T saw lh�HU. AI t it her lirn s b.'sldea dinner did pi-r^ons of rank pry ll.t j;-re.^pr'cis lo iier lioyut Hiuhwcss? Her pjuliislunl le.-i Cct.-.,-nieiued wlnj.-I rt-maiucd al the hotel, (oit pi-ii;ouJ t-f r:i:..^: caaif to piiy Iier * Vi ning; vrsits. Was Ecieatni at lhal �ime her Royal Highntss's Cli-m-btrhiin ?   ilc was. Dol he iu thai characler dine al her Royal Hifjhncss's (ah.e?   He ilid. Have yuu ofn.n seen her Royal Highness and her chanil.er-lain, Bergami, in company uigeihtr ^    FiequeiHly. Did you Kver see Ihe MualltJsl impropriety uf Condnqt be-twf en Ouse iudividuals ?    Never. i.)ues lhat answer apply to ll-e pcrimi of her Royal Highness bfing at Rome, while jou w< re there, aiul ai other liir.e� iiUo when \on may hive seen h'-r '    Perfectly. Did yuu |Miy yuui re-pcils  to her Royil HighiKtJS at   

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