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   British Press (Newspaper) - October 26, 1820, London, Middlesex                                Per Cent. Number 5582. Price 7d. THEATRK^ROYAL, DRURY'h'A^P.s OCTOBEUjjl, 18?0. rg^HE Ptihlic are respectfiillv in'orniPflT'tlVat this ffl    THEATRE        RRCOMiyiENCE itsJ:SEASON' oii MONMY NEXT, (lie 30ili insUut, �ilh a {''LAtniid nilri r.NTERTAINMENTS, ns will be exprWscd.in Yuluie Till' iiilfrior �f  ii ; Tuny Lumpkin, Mr. Listnn. Mrs. 13azdca?!le. iMrs. D-.m-iiniiri; Miss Hnrdcasllc, Mrs. Davi.�in ; Miss Neville, Wis5 i'ooie. After which a new Ballet, called PYGMALION. By Ibc Principal Dancers from the Opera-IIouse. To �-l-icii will be added a Drani.ilic SI;etcli, in one net, called rUZHMNG; Or, HALF AN llOiiK in rRAiVCE Di(k .Mutable, Mr. Yales! Ouvre Bouehe. Mr. Yalesll Tr:'j:ir. Mr. YateslII Facliinis, Mr. Yales!'!! Grimaeier, Mr. >:ilpsl!!i; Gilh^rl Glili. Mr. Yafs ! I!'!: Aideniian 3)i!plii-iM.'. Mr. Yates!!'.:!:! Alilerinaii iMiiialile, Mr. I'.latirURnl. Mrs. Deborah Mutable, .Miss E. Green ; Juti.i, Wis? (ieauiDont. a Privnte l�nx may be h.id for the Season, or nightly, of iSlr      itii'mi, nt the hox-Olfiee. .P):iri-s for ihe I^uvpp to tie taken of Mr. Brandon, at tlie IJir-Cliire. Ilarl-stvect, from Ten till Fniir.. '.^.i.p^orro'.v, the Musical Drama of The Anlitjiiary, with A Pm'I-ik! for an Otiicr. Ot^ ,'>'!;iiiiliiv. the Mufiral Romance of [Jenri Qiiade, wi!h tl^e Piilirl ,.f Lc .Marclinud d'E=rlaves. On .Mniirhiy, the Tragedy of The Hcvenge: Zinora, Mr. .ATi^crrH'ly (Ins first appearance in lliat character) ; Aloiizrj,  Vill;inso!i ; Eailier rul.Tose, itir. Cowell.    AJatifda, itliss "^'ates; Alice, ftTrs. ^V;,yletl. f �     With a r,ew Comic and BurleEijne Ballet, called bl>rOSniON; Or, the rival dancing i-.ia.STERS. To conrlnde with the favouiile Burletia of where SHALL i dine? S;ii)n??. Mr. Cowell; Mr. Grumpy, Mr. Burkinrham; Duk Di-cuuiil, Mr. Gomersal; ."^(juire Plim, Mr. Sniilh. Ttli:. (Jrunipy, .^Ira. Daly; Mrs. DiscounI, :Miss Yates. The Doois will open at Six oCloek, ami tlie Pi-rforiinnep l:i eoii:meiice a Quarter before Seven.-Second I'ricc llalf-]ias! Eight. MENIIY'S CALCINED ^JA(;NESiA crm-tiniies to be prepared witht he m^ist seiupulons care a:Hl atleiilioii, by Messrs. TIIO.VIA.S and UILLIAM ril^NKY, Manufacturing Clieniists, iMancliesler. It is sold inJ.'oltlrs. price 2s. 9d. or wiih glass stnpprrs at 4s. fill, stamp iiicloiied, with full directions for its use, by their various Agents in the Aletropolis, and throughout the "Ctiilt-d Kingdoms ; but it cannot be genuine unless their iKinies are engraved on the ; <-on..H.iing the Reigns of Ileurv VIIL and Edwanl VL By Ihe Rev. ;tOHN LlNGARl). Printed for .I. Man man, 30, Luilgale-strert. Of whom nriy he hail, TliP First Portion of iliis ii I STORY, from the Invasion hy the Romans to llic Accession of Henry VIII , in 3 voluiiieii, 4lo. price ,')/. 5s. Also, iust [lulllisllfl], TRAVELS in SICILV', (.REFXr, and AI.B.ANIA. by Ihe Rev. T. S. Hughes, Felliiw of Eiiianuel Collegi-, Cani-britlge, ailoriied willi Fifieru b'ligrnvingc^ and illiisirnlcd with Thiiiy-fivc VA'ood Cuts, 2 �.�nls. 4l-). price .'j/. os. in lionrils. This dav are pii!il:slii'il, TI!EATISE oi'MlLDEW, no.l tli" f^UI.- TIVATION of UTIEAT, iuclii.ling Hinis on the Use of Lime, Chalk, .�\Iarl. Clav, fivp'-'iim. .'^r. By FRANCiS BI.AIKIF,, Steward and Agent to T. W. Coke, i: J J N HI" KG iXS and SON mufl rcKpccJfuny (o nircj this (li^-ir/ksI arkriow- trdgmrnls lo I'udhc Cur ilieir liberal pjdrmiaiy of llie s?.rae: ils'iiiirny and ^rcat roiivpiiicncy in all climafes h:\t rsroramend'-il il lo llie must iliRlinsni^lird ftneign rou-nfixions, wiu> have all spoken liicrlily in its rcfi>min<*iid-4ii(m. -Il js prcjri'cd -iiy tlirmONLV; an.l for prcvnitint^ ilis-appoinlmenl to familir�, all po�t.ilili2 care has heen rrsinl-ed lo, hy each iiotflo (n ins; scal'.'d nnoii (he Cdil: t(i(h ihcir Firm and Addre^s^ as welt as eacii Laln-I havinij ihcir Sigoa-lurc, willioiit wliirh it raiinol hr  7......................       ill!) TICKET;; and SHARES are on Sale for a N EW LOT. TERV, ill which are FOUR PRIZES cit 2n,()i)i)/. Consols and Mini! y, lo lictin Dniwiiig t.'ilji Nt)Vli;vi REIL Tivo of llie Prizes o( 20,000/. are sure to he drawn First Day. THE NEW LOTTERY. J'H'^   Rl.^n, t'oi'lritctri-with (iovtriinT'nt for thf . i.  present Lottery, having, hy pernii-sion of the f.ordu of the TriaEury, added the Sum of Foily Tlioiisainl Poiimls .Money, heiiffi 7'zfo Pounds r.r/ra /*rizr Moncii for every Ticket, has thereby heen eunbled to m ike iniieti eraml.r Schemes than the usual allntineiit of Frize [Money would have allowed. Th',' Scheme of the present Lottery has alieaiiy been Eubniitted, at full lengili, to his best friends, the Public. It will be'seen, that with only (},SOn Tii l:els, 3,4llUiN'iimbcr.s No. 1 to 3,4(in / rw" Tickets of each Wnni-ber), there are Two Prizes id'2(),lK10;. Consols, Two Prizes of 19,000/. Consols, uml 2.011(1/. Monev, iivikiui!; tu-ellnr FOUR PRIZES OF .fSiviDO. The Drawing is so arraiigeil, ft;/ nrilir cf Gcvcr:nj:rni, that the first 1,7110 Numbir�, which arc  those only which are now on sale, an.d iill of which will be drawn First Day, are ceTtain of obtaining n/ Tf-asl TWO PRIZES OF �20,000, as the Fiflhdrawn Piiz-, l-'iist Day., i�  to have lS,nOO?. Consuls and 2,000/. Money ; but these 1,700 Numbers iniy actually obtain ALL FOUR PRIZES OF �20,000, and as every Prize ahnve 2(1/ drawn on the First Day, is to beeiiliil'-d to a new Ticket, t;r furtinr eliMucr, it is possible that a pfrsoii bovine otilv one Ticket might g.iin �I>\0 PRIZES OF f2(),(Kin. (S'Aare.t p'lrticipitle in ilieie aiivnnlifffs) T, BISII does not intend to make any ri serve of Tickets, ihi'i-efoi>' thoce perioiis who wish to have ftir same A'itm'>n' in both Clcis.tes, may, it^. not already .fold, ohlain them ; but -from the Numbers being .so limited (L70o), not any lime .should be lost, as the snp(iliej? to Irehiii'l, .Scotland, and ,lhe Coniilry Ag'iits, will take immediately ;i very great portion i)f Iheiii. I TICKETS .ai.id SHARES are selling at the Contractor's Ofiicefi, 4, Cqiuhill, aud 9, Cbaiing-crosa, LoM.lo.ii, aud by his Agents ;iii,t)ie,C<)uiilry. iiiKo.,3, ^fi�1 ^-Familiar Treatise, opening (he learning of the Cornmon Asstiranceg, or -Con. veyanees of the Kingdom. SevciilhlEdifron, with considerable Additions, By RICHARD PRE!g"ON, F-.q. With Ihe additional Notes of the fSntter Bdit'or, who most liberally comiiHHiicaled these"Noles"to' iiicreose Ihe value of the present Edition.  ' �� London. IVinied for J. and W       Clarfcc, Law Book- ffcilers, Porlojal-streel, LioeolnV-IitU. >� ________.�_   f?-^ THE QmEN^Si^Al^'_ � nOUSEOF LORDS, WEDTCESiyAV, Oct. 25. Mr. DeJunarCs summing t,p of ihc ccUfence covcluded. The Lord Chancellor took liis pcal a few m'iuiiteR before ten n'rlork. Prayers were read and the namcfi rnllrd over. The ('inui.-5rl writ" rajled. A ft \v ir.iniiles were occnjjied iu acqnirina: <'id< r. Sir. Oeriman rcsumtd hi� nddrcp?:.- [Ic was,|ben ne.dnalfy hroutrli' lo ihi- statement of ihul riieunistaner, finm whirh Ihc whole of the charjjes a?ain f an individual  in her Ruyal Ilinhuess's household, whose nniDe had been so freqncnily mi?:latebiliiy  to that slalion ;   hut sn.ely   when   her   Jtnyal    Hitiliiiesfl   was suflerini:  on-dfUMMlion for not haviii;^ dune su, it wa�i a little incnia-hiut on her. accusers to considtr what means aur of whal use would be iheir preroKalive if they bad not Hie j)ower tubtstow Ijouour on those whom thc^ themselves inii;iil   lircm worthy  of it?    Therefore it  was ;that he cou'd   admit   noiiimc  from   Captain   PcchelT.'s refusal to sit down at the same table with  one whom he had htforr known in an iuftrior rapacity.    Perhaps Captain PccJteir^ judgnicnt might wilh respect to b'msrif have beeu ritht, anil, at any rate, he wys rii;ht in aetinj; upiui a ju y Ihii favour of a Kuyal Parsonage been advanced iii coosequeuce of his supposed uieri Is to a bigli siluatioH, by the rcHexion that be liad before discharged tJie duties of an int'ei-ior otic with credit and fid* lily. It bad been proved by Siccaid and uovral olhem lhal ittjvas necessary to her safely to have a faithful and ci>nrai;cons j;nard near her person.   It was most important lo observe that Sicard himself at Naples thunghl it ue-cissaiy tu have someone (oeleep iu ibe cabinet nearest tolhe gariien.   Sicard thought tit to place Bertjami there, without thesniallesl cHiie5's, hud irn'tln- the" circumstances Ijj- Vjiich tlio child was inlroduced to hrr (vvhlcii were very difiVreut from those drl.iiled hv his I-rarned Friend on Ihe other side), than for her ]?�yal Highness to acquire fiT the child the rJIVclinn of a moth-r. A similar eircwtu'-lance had led to misfcrlnnes siinil.ir to those u,iidrr wliuh her Iloyal Highnes-j w^-i now labiMir-iiig in TSOfj. At tint p.'riod it had b'd lo a more serious clinrtje, which w!i?i properly eiioncb invcsll^alcd, br. | ibal cansc there were pn-Jsibditics surrounding lliat eliaryc at : that time, which couhl ii een forced lo sknlk during the dav in 1 "n. kitrhrn, if he had never been introduced into Ihe drawing room, if he had never bi en c|illfd ft)rlh into her prpsenre   founded on hearBay, wiiliout recollectms a!>o (liat from the same belief it would appear that oiher pt-^ons hd nUd slept under the icnl, Whai could i�e iTit>ie t'.i*'^r�\ than tb^t it should be so, ib.il whi-n lite w.-it ..-r wAi> MMld aud lemperati*, the fi-ioflle �il('i:d.'. with her Rtjv.il IIii:nness; but when it.w :ther aioi accidenu mo.T-Itt be npf)rpbei!i'( one of the tna'.e pi-isons -.n b� r suite -.11*1: so h1 iei:d^'�ei-; aud whi>i be wnnid ask, whs so prop-'r a |�.Ti.,)u a� her Ko^al Hi ',a Chamberlain, in wl!,*se iine of duty it more parlicnlnriy lay'- But it was sau! that i .ien lei-m Hownara or Flynn would have bet n r';ii:ii!y efiiti-ot fiir Ihe piirpiises of prolcc'icn; but m e.i'-- of n or thr shippiiit; of a s'-a, iheir atteiiliou WonM havr i>^iMt called cbrwhere. In case of snch bad wraliiVii roinini: on, it �vouId have been their dnlv lo have taken rbsi^e of ilte r,s-^. a rlnirgrf to which it was 90 well known ihU Ftitisb t>-rfi��;>f| were so ratirb mure conipcleni than Italian oiivrinei.-^: il vv;:^ Ihei-(fnte iie(res�arv tint the inilividual sel.-cie-l In itc oi_' uld bcpiovi IrndJcti'Ui of iVIajocchrs be wottid i I m; w "unOt d i.> . ^;t .ted I ha I there u a-^ >:iir'! j r.MOiTi > 1 �> ^ r 'I'iie Me\t easf wliitli hi; Learned Frii n'i-j b:',i o; 1 to prove by lise fvnlence e.f Sarrhr hid .r-Wc was not now l-.jckinj at tbe crcli; of Sac. I'l. Ijnr Ie';Ii/nony whub be ind gi�'*n, and v.IkiJi wn fo brnriii^ otil the opening spefcb of hi-; L-Mmeil F So far from f.tnhng lhat Ber<;.Ttni cnne !ii�fTi Princess's room lo speak tn hiin, be '-ai.! thai be canut trtmi a room mIjmIi he did not kn"w who o )i! frum litit isrnoianee their Lor^l�hiJ)'; wpi*e loj)il'er tital the room Mbi  vid-nee, t lo i l.^rd b-pi wiiiild find llial .Majucehl says tl va-J a suiitll r" 'lo : i;: -. t>-be i witli a �.of.i. and in thit "iroull room, if* he rvere \j ' t Lm � believed, her [ioyul Hiirbn'-'.jj loid' the bitb. 'iber * were iii all si\tie!i overt lo-N tiIU't?'fd l!ie novinnc: ni 1:.: Aliorney iJencral, The first three, of whieb Napbi v.i^; seenf-naiuelv, ihe fir-t, or bridal nitrkl ; Ihe ni�1 lio' Theatre of Si. Ciihis ; and the niei'iing on t'o' t depended on tbe evidenfeof !MadeTnoi-;elle Df-no -i! ben ibere were the two ocrnrrencP'J al \'arre videncp whatever.   The case of C -.!ania .bpemb-d        {).�- concealment in Ilie appointment of Beri�iiini himself-if lhat appoinlment were made, as he coulended it v.ms, ])rudenlly a'lVM property, what became of the qnestioiis of his L�*arurd Friend on that subject?   Coming: Ihen to ihc period ailuded In, from the time of her Koval Highness leavinir Naples lo the time of her enibarkini^ on board  ihe polacre^ Bergami bad then become  her Royal Hiohncss's Chamberlain, and it was the duly of his office to  be near her per^ou, and tn attend hrr by night and by day, and that wr.s done without the least attempt at disguise; aud it was therefore rather too much from lhat fact alone (o deduce the consequences which bin Learnfd Friend bad draivu from it.- lie recurred to this ihe ninre piirlieularly, because there was one w'ilness who had endeavoured to make nut the f.ict of a criminal intercourse having taken pinre, and lo fix the precise time al which il look place; that individual was .Majocchi, and their Lordships would observe lha,t it w:is not thought snfHeient to prove the coulig'uity of the sofa lo the bed in the polacre, but he was brought to depoHC to the particular fact. At jiage 2fj of the minutes, their Lordships would find his leslimony on the point; he slated that he had heard a noise which resembled  Ihe creaking of abed, and then wiih liie ready laleul for which he was so notorious, he Ind imitated the  noise, from which their I.,ordships were  to infer that 3 rriminal conneRiou had at  that time taken place.   That wnn nn instance of ihe powers of bis ear, only to be equalled by Ihe wonderful capacity of bis eyes' in the description which he had given of the scene at Naples, where, between sleeping anihips, the cs-e of C'liarmt/, � !.. iiv.-. bv wbieh thii> witness was aetn:i(ed; she deetivcd   bis  L'ani-ed Frifnds; she bad siated eirroru'.tancec. wl.ieh bv  ihem-srlves  made  out   a   priin.nfti.ie cn-^e lif trnilt, m'nie -i.e purposely ciiiuealpd otiu'rs, ubub  if known,  soo't  ha\-J Mtteriv   di^crrditrd   such  an   impntalion.     I;   hud   been opened as (he case of a lady who had sone to bed, b' im^ disturbed in  the uight by a e'liiieium of her suile, and sending her woman out of lb'- uuim to  sleep elsewbeie; and of I 111 t ^enl lemait remaining; with lo r alone i n- the 1 num for ihe rf^t of tbi,- night, until they arose t he next i!i jrning lo pursue their  jonrney :   and tbe iofrrence  inteoded  it., i.e drawn fi om the mode in which it wm if-leil wa^ L'Ir.iri y f bi^ : that on fbe j^mt len�an's cnteriiij^ ! he room, Ibe I'riijr'-^s had bepfi some time in bed, and that after the woman hidecfced from Ihc room, the gentleman lihil undresreil brttM-U, an I al�o sione into bed with all ihc rij^tihuitv 'd' liu Ltdin;i*v matrimonial   intercourse,   and   lh;t   they   had   ninumd so   iu   bed   togetlur  for the   remainder of  tlie iniibi.-� If il bad been proved that tbe Princess wvro nndrrsseii n .1 in b'if-if It had appeared that Bergnml bud gone aion.- le' > the room, and remaiued  thrre alone f't h ^rf-i\   be-/tb i-r" time-if it imd been shen m that (hire ^ad pi eny;!,.'v been uo breaktiiy; up of the ()arty, and ih'U tbe rest oi fit <^v    -wore all nccuiiied in the rei^ular rnjoy.Tienl of iepi;-.e, Ihey should not have been able lo bold op tbfir b(r.,is. 1 xcent they cnntd have disproved Ibe whob' sliletri'-iit, iir enlirviy overtlirown the credit of the witmss.  Iltit they had il in c-i-deuce that Bergami hail gone away to some di'Jlboee \'.jV pa    ;n ni-:-oiately in niolRJw^and (hat no tune elapsed ii. fore t-'-i*' s'-*t rni In rontinuanee of her jnoi-oey, wilbont stv^ia' (i'-)''0!:3 anjased m their variona py r< uils [as'iia.lj and i ep t   ;:*p lo (Ind from her room.   .She i:-.td betn nncsptcledly ubhgpd to, take up her todffinj for the tinu' in a  otr-aribie i-;-, vithvn: there wus no accoinmodalinn, and   it iltd nol u;*;-e:ir ih^t any person hut herself and UvmonI biul C';"e In bt 1 ."t all. Tbe Lesirned (icnileman then wjul Uonj.gb ;l.c ev,'.;ri;ce of ll^Deniout on this jiarl of the case. Il was, h* ^aid. tsc^td-ingly impoitaul to observe, that nolbine al all hnd been sijil "in her direct rxnmiuatinn of dres�ieg or  n iidri i-ip;r, p.ml that it was only :.fier she bad be< n  hard pii^bi.]   i.j hrr crns� fxjmination lhat it came out that neitb�r hrrni nor tbe Pijntess had been undres.'^fd nor gone to beil     J.i', in the proper menniuij of the phrase, but Uial having I.ud duwii to rest, from her f.itign*-, up-ni the bed in ibe ilay-tnMi*, -iliii had continued ni the same stale, iu a dress of Ihc Ofoi^i tnrou-vcnie.il descri]jlion for the purjiiific* uf any ctmitinl intrr-couse, fur she had o� her usual travelling ijres.i, with a   

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