Correspondent, September 6, 1819


September 06, 1819

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Issue date: Monday, September 6, 1819

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1812 - 1900

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Correspondent (Newspaper) - September 6, 1819, London, Middlesex MULTllM IN THROUGH the exertions of the Proprietors of this ft AM been officially that a Private Letter may be written on the blank left for that purpose and being written it is rateable from every PostOffice in the either for internal transmission or Foreign destinat as a single Mich writing be not a Bill of Bill of or other separtely Last SATURDAYS September HANKRVPTCtES New Arm VVKlWSTKRand So Lan linen Heath Lane Lan HOL South Lower winemer H Little Good mansfie navy Leaden For Military see Page L O N D From Gth to 1 18 both Chaque jour nons porte son ABSENT The funds have been steady during the whole of the last week with scarcely a quotable This has arisen from the numerous defalcations which took place on the last settling destroying for a time mutual and check ing all attempts at The greater part of the business done has been rather to adjust old than to proceed upon new The funds have throughout felt no influence from passing occurrences among the and this will prove very satisfactory to those who consider the pulse of the nation is to be felt in the 3 per The Paris papers announce very that Sir notwithstanding the importance of his presence in that intriguing intends to pay his constituents a visit we are accordingly in the same papers favoured with the following address of the partizan TO THE ELECTORS OF I should not only be unworthy of the honour of represent ing but I should be destitute of every manly aa well every constitutional if I did not address you to expresa abhorrence of the late sanguinary and illegal transactions for tanguinary and illegal they appear to according to the accounts published in the newspapers most favourable to the abuse of I do not presume to dictate to you any course of kut if yarn think it expedient to aiwembU and record your opinions oo this eventful I awn those peramal eonaidemioM which detain me lit Far proceed to London to meet you OA lie ap poiatcd T trust no Magistrates will be found in the Metropolis ro order the military execution of their fellowcitizens that no armed citizens will be found eager to massacrean unarmed without even distinction of sex but as I considm the right of the people to to and to re as the foundation and bulwark of every other I am prepared to maintain it as becomes a guardian of the public and no fear of the consequences shall deter me from the performance of my It a consolation for me to according to the information I have been enabled to obtain on this at this distance and that the Government of the country was notadvisedly implicated in the offences of the fatal KHh of Access to the Throne not and the executive authority may tye approached with a con fident hope that an appeal to its justice will not be made in The crisis is most despotism and anar chy menace the empire with destruction it can only be saved by interposition of that body is composed of Citizens resolved to obtain the Reform of the Representative but who also are united for the protection of and the maintenance of the established institutions of tho I have the honour to Your obedient humble ROBERT WILSON In the same papers we have the following account of a serious charge made against one of our country men in the French We could wish they did not find themselves so much at home as to become tie objects of French The Paris papers of Wednesday last detail some proceedings before the Tribunal of Municipal in which Sir James Crawford complained of the Count and Countess the Duke de and his the plaintiffs and the Marchioness de of having calumniated his by accusing him of and of having held two pistols to the breast of a dying for the purpose of extorting from him a large sum of This case had already been postponed from the Tues day that Sir James might have time to summon as witnesses the Duke Prince the Count and several other per sons of The case came on again before the Court on Tuesday The following is an ac count of further proceedings James Crawford be was extremely sorry that the Gentlemen and Ladies bis witnesses should have had the trouble of He had engaged the as his advocate but ibis Gentleman had resigned the as his the animosity which the elder who was engaged in had shewn on the former day i against the the is teveral days my son threw up this His principles are too well known to permit any one to believe thai ;