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   British Press (Newspaper) - August 4, 1825, London, Middlesex                                ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ m hi-- '��.�'>~\:r: M-ii^^isH-^in^i^TAJ^lR CASE.   � '' �    f :Aigneir"      , li" for the dnj of:** CtU?*U'in>U. LaaitCo. �*ttana�ut. --------- -     � � � ,^ - '-rr- iHMweut.atJhe Sl.BttDe i;"."Gsnaif"�jr!�;"Auetloa Jtfarl; �nd; fate:.'- " '   � Poole and Riog((ao'K�'^lttdllf0lls.�M� - Dsnpbla bT lfD�..oW>itaejM^ toi'M*^ pre- Kmtug a ,af^    exp^^doSeoumirHedtta firota) Xmidod to Spit- njuoMlpdntprjje�,MnpiEeee4i^ ;Bj pnumg ihrougb thu (luwl,.,the s55(Ji:jWof:&^ �t. A Prospecha �f Ou^ Work h��      plWWjrf..' ~ SoUciiOT, CnnnMymrt, *rint�dnfffljfe-��e^i. wd, ,fgr iBe con^ J M P,E R 1 A L, � SO* A:T;JB';:.G,PM:P A N Y. M P E R 1 A L Cspitol 500,096^, in 6,0 ,j^bMH4)f.i(Q0f. each. I Dou^^ompson, E�q. AVDiToas.- j Bobert Popplewu, Siq. John Barnell, E�q. Joseph Barrett, Esq. J. R. Bourcard, �n). Joseph Cohen, ��q. John Campbell, Eiq-Lieut-^L W. B. Faimaui. Darid Beran, E�^. Samnel Shipton, Ew. 1 M ilUam Andenon, E�q.       {�        . ,-      . Bayi.ERa>-Mom. BcrcUvj, TriUon, and Bervi. SoLiciToa..:.JoIxii DS^^Qson^ Em. (t, New -Btoad-ttieet. This Company is formed fortheSlMtjf Freehold, Copyhold, ^it^asehold Eatatei; HeTer^oba^Prtipettjr.Ufclntereata,*!^ AdvowKiDS, by Private CantraetOJpubBeATuSlon. when the magnicodeof ptoMttf Of lb* above deurlptioa an--luaU; dispoied of. is condtLered,' it U nrpti^g.Uut a.petifd "hould only now haTe aiHTedirbeD it U jihipdaed to oi�n an xsiabluhmtDt, vbettin dDiiidi Property mar be eipoaed aoderone ^padons robf, which �wia~*TUte tbe locenmience experienced =JpartiesderaoosofaakSnginyertiaenta. . It vOl cannitute a Mart, and become the resort of the Capi^Sit, �oo win theriby have a choiwof property foi Jnve�ariei�t; ��dto laose who have property to .dtipoaetff afford a market turftTalled. The adrsntage to thoae .vrt�o hive Property ineutnbe�d hf Moit. gsgt or Annuity, and'ateTWIricted ftoTO telling "�Iflionl iheeoo-MDi of the Mortgageeor Anniutant, .wilWje great j aa, iWi Cooi. pwy sriu par off tho5eIDea�nbraBC^^ Vhero the Security li atlffl-Qm, and sell the proper^ divested of them. All Per�on� who require an advatice opjm'Property olTetSd for >ale may have the advantage of a Doan diirifie the time th�r Pro-iwtr may be exposed fa & pttbUctooitf of the Company for Sale "? private contract or public auction.;,     . Thou who have Property to JiapMC and do not require a i-'an, will find thU Estaljliihmtnt capable'of aeDiDg the eame '^"�iiei bj Private Contractor PobUc AucUoD, with a faeUity and !ucce,jp�nUailyadvtm�eooa.' � .     ;   ;   � riie rate of CoBKotnion wilj W. feed and moderate, ande*. presie^ in a printed TaBIC'ttniQcambered by: the oumeroua exlr� r'largei (renetally inlrodaeed ; and, coo�fegu�itly, the vendor will tit enabled to calcuUtehUexpeiae with certainly. .    , J nu Company vrill not aiauine to' ait   �' Corporate Bofly, iin- '"1 authorised by Charte     '     ---.. . �   -      . -.v. aarnci contrary to Law. fhe Affairs of the CotL_� ,T ^ ----�------ 'he Board of Directors, assisted by proper Officen of experience Applications ^Wressed,   " 1 ' authorised by Chaner or A� of PirUahJent,' or in any other 'ncT contrary to Law. - ,  he Affaifs of the CooipaiiT will -be noder the jnanagement of Board of Pirer        ~ '  - -----�---- "J respeciabilil). �for Shares to'be made by letter, fwc of postage, -----,     Imperial EsfBte CbihpaBy,*l "to" Jleiua.'BjfeiaT, ..re; New B^d.^*"' � isCa�>,Jiy .witjttul-reaervei A SobstatitJal HOUSE,- No. 40, St.' JrfiD-sire�. West 'Vfi'- SmitbBeld; with a apetaotii' Timber i'anL-and Prefliliei adjoining; ieton lease^oMr.^ohnsohiu]4'%le�ir�:-Pdi�oo�,'a� 148A per annam.      -  ' . A ceipcctable HOUSE, with chaise hoi]a�^d"�tabHng, ChU che�icr.place,Waad�wbrlh-road, nearly opposite therBritaniiia. let to Mr; Xiangley. on lease, at-St. per anonm. A getiteaBOIJSE.vNo. 14, Jobn^ttt^, Commerdal-toad, I>aiDbe(h:;letat302: peraonum.' � >.  Four HOUSES in Nejotefbuiy-street, Comwall-road, Upper StataforJjitrMt, Blatkfriai�i let at 1041, Ten HOOSES in Devonshlre^street. Globe-road, MUe-end s let (partly on leaseit. at groahd rents) at I35Z. ) Sfi;' Four'HOUSKS Iti James.street,'near Trafalgwaqtuue, ner; Iei�t4U-: Step; .Two .HOUSES,: Nf�,U and Turk^tree^ Bcthnal-greett* letat-^^' t'-'    . � - -      '..w. v   . * .5ix HOUSES in trantM-street; HoxWrlet atWfc Theabove'areMdforIowt*Ww. iitlbwgr(�uJdr*nl�.   it' AIM Two FREHHOLDHOPSES o& the aorth aide of^athee rinMtrteVHolloway; and "   . , � Two FHEEHOJiU COTTA6ES, Deptfprd, Kent. .  Pardculara may be had on the respective Piiemiaes fwBich maj, be viewed. npBl the sale); at the Angel. L^ngtoa ^Rockinghanr Abns, NewineuBftlrattsj -Gamiway^s; Auction Hartj anddf Mr.'Mit<4elli7,N6nonfalgaie. ' TWOVAliUABIiE BBVBBSIONS OF FOUB THOUSAND . ; . . POUNDS. TiJR. PHILLIPS respeclfully aDnonnces, that on iyjl  TUESDAYj. AugAt 16, at 1, he shaU SUBMIT by AUCTION, at the Tlait, Barthbloinew-l�ne,J)r order ofUte Exewton, TVyfl^'VALUABLB BEVERfil^S OF jwa THOUSAND*OUNT)S each, payable ion the Death of a Lady, noirjn hersictiethyear. PartiiaJlam may be,had six day* previoul, at Messia. Blakes, White, Aing^ and Blake, Easa Jtreet, Sdrsaid ; Meut^ Uier, Birch, and Marehant, Carey-street 5 of the Mart; and at JUx.-PhiUips's, 73, New Bjind-sueei. �      . � rALUABLE TRBE^^tD E^ATB,ST.;OE0RGE'S IN �''       �.'THE EAST* Br Mr. FLETCHER. ., At the Anctibn M*n;^>n TUBSDAy ^ 1^?^. AuguW 9, at 12, VinEijrtit Lots, byjorderof the Trustees of the WiU of Mr.-Wm. iHjnSl, deceased. MetiMi,      andV. E last; rentWj; perai�n�# Idive *pf the tenants, and partiiJnlita-lnia of .   . . - ; of Slr.FIct. r JtT Brbji�I*i't3rByVInnj�quare ; of Mr. FIct. Cher, Anctidneer, S�i.Tokiai er annum, on lease to and.fa.the occupation pfHj.^.M. Choppin, a most re. spectable tenant, fqrin unexpiried tetin of 1 iae�'are substantially i�iU,^d occupy aplotof ground npwardsof 28 ttet'ii} front.;- May be viewd bi leave of AetSraotv seven days pJtvlonsto *eSale; and partjcalarsfhad ofMr.Fleliher, Aoetloneer, 26, Tokenbottscyard, near the Bank ;BJid at the placeof Sale..    _ Modem Famliiini, Libtaiy Boi^Turkgr Cim)rt^Ciibib� , Pianoforte, Brinls and Diawlngf splendidly framtd,'Chuia, and j^Iass, the property of a,iSenllmiB. '     _� ^"-^     �� ^BiyMr.MSIESDENEVfv mmV At hU Auelton Room, Clarlts-itreet, Betkdeyoqnsje, THIB THE ijlegent HOUgMOLDl^imNJTUllB.lKnliant' chimney glass,^2 by "51; TMilroTS, Tamps,'�bfag tWr forte,'P^eelaiOi and alasj,'besutiful engnivlflg*, � e�l tW% 'and d�wi61;s,splendialy fiidiied; a copy of Hogarth's WW^JJw numeroiftiraltiaWe eUwMs, the pieptrty of^iO�Btl�nJan; ;TJi�^r--L nlrtiw ieJwBbtto lofty four.post, field, and Flench caBbpy-bedjI steadat withcbiota cotton and toorine haogiiMp, feather MOt and b*dding,mahi)ganyehettof drawers and dreu&g>tande,;��utp ; jChaitanwes B�*el�y-��oaie. ______j^Sjii |ai a<^�riSth' KAnoC -iJv''..- ... TJiaWirig'bf, the Fafl^i^^iSH'S -'T4.�har�. - to-^lat^ 'oatmnd .   .  l,^aad�SH�^n. :       the-vm-bestflfine 4y,1VmeAteMant.lo the. � and semi it^^arrlage fire, ,fe.'tsn:iftJieT-pTerei' Money! VMiiimftix!i.h9 Prises what." �*^.::rEk4hisive of'the above. Capital* t an* la the. ise�.lId&'~^Prat the estate ^^iBiAiarS^aS!^^^ Ogaet,4�w^ter ^.      . ri4#3ana-''io Rraijcei'>She4� Jttrif f6B'%^of �;.pr-88iUn apportt* Zlltaj|;-i:&seif io 'XeomCrtible situation; Wm frwas ifdo, jrtiweU" hate hew p!�c?d thers, for Jle^ lis. lie case; i.see bto-iyrw again oijitiftibiniW^ U'see;priio'*ethefi�Won to mnu^e'B^^fwaitd''^ �"apoeari they tan wojk^irada, ft�rf^ evett'a gretffr^t, said Mr. N�tb, my-irieSd .O^Cjoang^vfipWS OTirsdjesr. ate wrought only .by* ifiei-lPrelstes t^,,;fei:^Cg:yrch-AnoOier'-witUets teas produeid,-acSie;Jike B^laua, wMSijaSie? iaqpse �arad, gave the&r � blessiog; The absence oT^Wwom �TUng. frmnlhe,Lord .Chief Jasiiee a reluctant.. charg�w^g�*'�o' IhS* Jury a sorrowful venli(^^ for,"tlre dSendaut,' Hisi/JrosWR f?'' as a man for Mrs. O'H., but. as a Judge he was bound fo: chafgi aiaimt her. on the evidence tberf addutad. For my own jai'. said Mr. N. I don't care a strairtbr Jtohnson's evidence.i-4.Tn�PCa}inW4 of;taking" the paltry: bribe of 15K}. an it; therefor^; l-pl&se.no reli-BJice."' Eioda� hiiii,we will, fcnt I call for your veKdirt, and I knowlTabsUrebjrlnll, on twp other classes of:*viaepce,wiMch tliAt of Johnson �may-'cdrroborate j first, that of Mr^.rO'H^aTietseir, and.the-.aiiflplicity and hone?ty'whi^h'appear in her qoinit^iancf aod^fcrigUagc; and, secondly, on the conduct of7Mr."0*Hara inmselfi �.- ; .-,�; . -r;! John:Johnson and Madeline O-Hara were then exammal arS aj�s.*x�miiied.   The latter at greit lecgtht "ihe trial was-nfjl cancli;deiitt-ti�^4he last accounts were tecei*td- KttKE N N'Y* ASSIZES. CoIIetfic^i . _-----J0tt.iahd'eciin^ i,'^and Madaline tli^^.��l,fie*sntfi*Ho,hiit.inan�loi-h�uae in his -"'^ipariiM     h bl| i-*r}entt.ii/ia acgnaiistance.  She performed the personal aecotuplbhinenis', ;was a liter^trmin, e political writer at the time the vottinti^'>fr^''<^^^ ''" tfabQ^ are In Exeter/Change. A^lJi^W^lbttBaittliidia .Cmnpany aid Licensed SlnR)t,,glpd M(yniiigy�pOT,ye. er.drQp)ibr(j^Muhi'gwi�K. t APP6*ESS, "theigay.tojaitoow.ortlfeTn^ fe . insured by o>�>Ti>}>B.w.eU a* in every relaxa. tf th��n(�to^W to "eure ...diij^iofwiAeffiXt^ .|BMne*aw�allett�nrto wcpd tWanftcU ig;�ki^lll|ie^iiR)iit'th~e^W iait, ia derlateftoai a8iM.}�^pIe�w^)!ettlieaitt^ ia.otti;owa Scntenmle {nte&rinf�i.Mcwm:i:f JthejCoU^ rgiawMgKy.tf apr'W- ,______       ,     ^   . - . ^ .mo^iIiftXat.�fflee to tjfi* house, wibe^diiBj; AttcDdaQoe is giVdMar^penbnat wnsiihationY �md letJieWftom jl^ etJunflTrare. faaraedSMtr uuwaai. {bete mn#i contain aremiitCDce for adjweataaa.awigVltie, wtach canbe'fiif. warded to atJrparWf thearorid,toirttB.dj*&nt � w.  :     . i?o; ll^:^�Heiatet,g?3et4ttee^ iotidoii. .      ; ;-f,^JusfpuHiiiea^fet�teinth%i^oif,    " 1. Th�.E .uiestant aiia inJathoGc, &<:.- ftc. Afler thh marriage Mr. O'Hara'rkyve taotaacd. aodQO'vpnder^%h�s virtues and qualities wet� such as to inst��naffection.- .Two Somgata (Noblemen Jnoit :Visi  by SeotiaBd jta^LonBco, th^ set Jtat In the aotum of IJ^i-.accotnpaniadhjf Benjamin Phillip, and �.serv*nl fsllrd Ji>faP Johnstoo. � Air, O'Hara chose ib'e io^''of Dnnifiiea as tjili pUce where the iiicinteaplated asanh^ should be soUniniidiijid wa* aeqtiafaled with Gibson, of the King's Am s iQntfaei�'t t-remure the Mme roar^ I -ceresMiwaKtheinciTengoians law.of EughmcL Theiuw- ttUlackoowiedraiiEBt vf marriage, ahdauhseijUent eobabltatton, Mdstitnte aiawml marriage is fliat eomitryv "whether the parties are residents^^ sojounom. -Atl>umfrieii the marriage was formally acknowle^u^tir"U>em In presence of competent wiuiessea. They remained a fetv dairs there, and cohabited at Dnmfries, and tb^ WfiU to London. mf.tried befcte.^Urd;^$hief JtsjtierBuihei wji^io penenatfon aei}uiremenis, gjf^s, ier evidence parried . ----- .   . . , ewT,spectator. /[Bere litatoed.Otator entered- into- armost luminous display of elo-'queniee on the cSKetofber ^tdehee 'on that occasion. 1 John Jtjhnion was theie'fc� txatntoation; the trisl lasted four -davsjf but.during tbe Crtt olght be was bought off; be go< IIU., Aom whom "be ecMld pot say; Wit be was gone- "Ke^tf day the' Jiiry"failed'for 'Johnson; thsy- heard �f his lo�s with dismay, but tbe ttUl went 00, and a RlAt Rev. I�i.;late np-ptoedarivideilce. I leV Wm �a the bench; but his mitic m.giit = LIBEL.-EXfRAORDl .VARY- PJIOCBEOINGS. � ��'  � JSUStET-       J. T. HAYDS.- This case came'(jn^ibf-trial on Saturday.   Jlr. Doh^f^^.C- � sted thecasw on thOrpcVof'the plafciiff.. It wa, an action for da-ages fdr'alibel on^ plidnjiff,.^pab^ed by dereodint in the i'.'^i/- i)^pw^fti�&t having seen the Juror, and being examined on oath, said ihat-if the trial should continue long it might be of dangsrO'Uii consi-qnence t5 the patient. .r"  - Here a l iig;argtttUent.to�* plaie as'-to "Ihe mtjac'Cf proceeding. It was propbsed By "Blr; Doberty that the case shoold be proceeded, on-befbre the eleven Jurors, -rbls was oppdsed by Mr. Scntt. fHjr dijftaidartt, who resumed his brief aft4r ihe retirement of Mr. "GliaSsat.    . -swonr, and'lhir trial cotB^nence i&/i(ito." This course Was nJli-' mately adopted by thBXJoiirt, out Counsel for defendant deciiii'^l to.8ccftie to this arrangement. The Chief. JcsTicE decided that the trial should pruceeil.  -The Jury having been swprU, Mr. Do^ERTT proceeded to esamine his witnessM.   .V-j fence was made. , The Jury retired for about ten.minures, and returned yi'.'.t T:r-. diet for the piainciff-Damages tJGO/- ; ILLEGAL MARRIAGE. Vincent ^rCarey^ a Pooish pric-iL, was indicted for celebrating a niamage between two Protestants, contrary to tJie oth of tbe King, 1824, at Belfast, they not having be�n previously married ay a Protjestant clergyman. Edward Graham examined-Ills wife's name is Sarah Jane Graham, or Campbell; was married On the 2l3t of January lajt-' -.n Belfast; the marriage was celebrated by an old man they caUed Priest Jl'Carey; wasHipsey at the time, and can't 8-�ear'posluveiv-that the prisoner is the person ; he had never seen him before ; he was- sleeping a great part of the rime of the ceremony; Joha Barclay, Jane Graham, Martha Rooney, antfjames Campbell wtrs also present; was more than, an hour In the house; wuness is a Protestant; bis wi^ is a Presbyterian. Sarah Jane Gral^am examined-Is a married wom^; wa-i married tola?t witness on the21st of January ; would not know the person who performed the ceremony ; did not take much notice of him i was more than an hour in the room; can't swear the prisoner is the person; had neve seen him before; wiioess is a Presbyterian. .     ^ Harlha-Eoonfey examined-Is a Presbyterian^ she waa at the marriage of Edward Graham and Sarah Jane Campbell; believes prisoner is the man.who married them ; upon.ber_oinhj_bj.is_tbe man ; had not seen hiai before; has beard him reputed to be a. Pimish priest. , .*V>ib"iim H. Ferrar, Esq. poCce magistrate, examined-Koowa the prisoner; he is a reputed-Popish priest. JuD&E-By the original law,, tbccelebratioo of a man .age by � Popish priest, between two Protestants, ot:b�ween a Protestaot-anii a Catholic, was capital4 according aa tbe law-still remains, such a iparriageis declared to'be im?did, and tbe children of such marriage illegitimate-thejpunishment of the person celebradug the ma.-na^i: has been chang^ to a he$vy fine,. His Lordship stated, "m answer to a query put txy one of t;c Jurymen, that no clergyman should celebraie a n-arna{?e wuhou: knowing the paitie^i, or without being fumbhed mth some document which would put him in possession of such inloni:a;;OD. Guilty. ' The Learned Judi^, in -pronouncing sentence, observetl, -.hat ihe prisoner had now been found guilty of celebrating a mairia^-e between i-wo Proiesianis, he being a reputed Popish pnesi-he could not plead ignorance of the laiv, as he had already been found guaiy-of a simihu offence, for which he had suffered a long imprtsijiimect, until the lenity of Government had liberated him from prison-y^c he was no sooner at liberty than he had returned to ti.s old practices; and be fnis Ixjrdship) would not be again loslrumentjl in letting him loose on the public He was sentenced to pay a fine of aOO/. or remain in prison tiJU such tine be paiti MURDBk. We have received the following detail of a veiv atrocious murder, committed in the "n^glf^titiibod of Skibbereen. ou Wednesday la�U,.Our correspondeht will-perceive tjai we have omltletldat part of the letter which inculpates aa indltldual m the transaction, aa we think it would be injudicious just now u publish it :- Sli-BBS-BTrs. Jut Y M-On \^�tfaesday, the 27ih inst. w^ discovered, oa tbe land^ of Gurtnagr6>igb,.4.nthis county, tb.e"body of otnan nameu Browne. The citcttjiittauces attendant on the'rause of bis death appear    be if(cfollowibg':--Some'lime prior tb-the last'Bahtty Sessions or the P*act, thetleceBSEd, "who, it ecem^ Was one of a party or mievcs whofafested th� neighbourhood of Balidehob aud Bantfv. fa.e certoiD infonnatieu againist his associates in crimb, for soiii<; :.  e wa* w.-t^^ ^'i jbrtHneotthepartjfolluaed to ; amongst whom were cb? .ts-. ' -lativestifhta wife, and ordered to held himself in re.id;n-^^� -' tbat night on one of his usual excursions.   This, 1: apt the plan devised to allure him into the mare laid fohra.it;    . le deceased, faoi suspecting their desiirns, accompanied 'f-y time appointed, when, Vrible to relate, the 'I^"'"' came tbt brutal assassias, and eomnmied the arrocious ueeu aijpe; EXECUTION OF AT ICK PATRICK KIRBVT KOa tiHJRDER.  After sentence ofieath was pUMCdoo thiainan, hefjUJOOSucted from the Court-house to the Ewl, adislaUce "of tnotefoiiifcalf-a. mUe, 00 fo6t, hatidip�5ed^n4�W?'F�W^7 aiaxHtf jaidici   

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