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British Press (Newspaper) - August 30, 1820, London, Middlesex IS EVENING^, VVEt)t*?ESDA.yvAd�r,10; hii Maje�iyi&r��nUwn| perforin iSblUcipeare'i Trii. a|ien for Ihe hit perrarmancin of Mr. tf�iini bcAre t^tif, ....----.......,t, ill,. Jtiniu* Bcirin�?Bonih (IheJait; n}{(hl^f;.tiiy prc�n)t,�n-mcemenOv IMmundyl^r.Tb�WJiMovQtwBW. M RofMlL (iamril, MtSi^ukcr; iBccaD, Ura. EgtrlonCardclla, IHtiil IV.Weil. " ;',� . '�. Aflrr .wbleli, liic Comnljr'of ^ THR1P.E WEEKS AFTER AlAltHlAQE.,. i,. 9trCharlc*Kacbrl, ]iir.p))i>li>D'; Druf)^,Mr.Mati^; WiKnUfj, Mr/Vhiln|t,.v JfcaiiJy to Dr�H^i;iMrt.flartowe5j|^ij^,l�ha�^ SeeoDd Prin, ia ai H^^^ Six-o^die^'AMili ffie ^Wffietf win oirtiied fromTfti �fCioi^ �n��,Rw.: Tq-.iBorrov, Tiiiii lifoi^ Chnt: >ir �d�aiij Hattiia^i Blr.-ir^ i fcA*r NIGHT. . . > S EV^MtVGr WBD^fESDAY^Aofftiait' iVwmhca ORAItDGALAv Mmnrnrhc^^ of Miaeeltani'biii .Alane. Jlitllie �ijf �rihe ifli�FAei Mk:^ '(taMe-iaatll Madrniii^iielle ftalfAV�ilh-Miiaeiihri�rlle^^A will cxIitMt'liieir i^dikirrd PeifrbtlBaiiMfi aiiif%l"tlie con�V�i>; moaMi\i�'Coaetti HiidAae {Uq�i *riltt| ikiG^af Widit a firiltiaol diiplay of Kire-wo^ by Sigaiiri B\iaton 9*. 6il.^])qofa OMIT at Seven, the Concert4b tt&llKtO'CJucI?. -v', ^ ^ ' V rr(aifimpSn^%\9.EDNESDAY. Aug.30, JL . Will be perfdicmeii (23 timeythese t�renly.iis year*)/' . YTHE SUrCIOE. - : Tobrar, M>.C.K�mWe5 Tabby, Mf.^erryj Dr.TCaJiyi* Mr. touneer;, Caichpcpiiy, Mr. Williaoiii; Raotfr, Mr." J, Ranell; RaitnV^ Mr.CbiTnor; S^utb, Mr. Par%.; Wn� griiTf, Mj. Barn�rd. Klrar^rofcram,' Mri; P�arce^'Kancy, �lr�. Mardyir; P^jfy, Mr�i Jdnr*. �� . AairfHbicb,lbeInteriii4rgr fcOVEesr Qt/ARRELS. , Carlos Mr,BiirH^;.l^aVicho, Mr.J.'RoIkII. Ltonora, Sirs. Connor; Jstiiith'a, Mrs. G[lbb^fiinrroir, Itosiinv-lritli, firct' time, a new Comedy, called Dog Days in Bo^djitreei!-and The Prize; > 1 WIHTEl&rWMPANt c/ifclfeRCflgTSraS^^ENO-tAND, frarffn^;^^ % EAjM* iNpiESIi^Ji^aSj^^ aircet, an trEDirESDAt; 4w �|C;W^(ee o'^ock ilNoa'n, to SELL by; RO BLlp^ACC^ION ^heOFFICB or PLACE of i�b^-oC>lii8.iFouT� ONION and  FRDlTMfitERSwf Ilie City of London, vacant by IhC death of Jtr.-Johir.Nash; _ ' The Partiralart and Conditions of Sale may be seen oa applicatluii at the CanpiroHerV OBicr, Goildball. ,V � JOS. BOSHNAN. Ppmplrollev; thM ritdU luA ,sf!il� ihefaiPl, TKiffir!lirtrd.h>8 *ere rto^ prepv^a to: Riaftt-wlilit ibeGalintel MiV�**y b^dasked bflheioi :|Heeaa�i;d lhe�aii�n;l�i^ V tMew�W%^wUit: they "ime mBiJe;fully capable J �rfi^exs*Aiti�rri��3h�f*��'H�*^^ ^"1 to �oa>rar as iheypUase'd wilU .ll�^4>^ ..aleljr afiervilieexaiBiitlilioa itt cfiiMtV^Snd! it^tlr poslHOiie THE -QUEEN'iS TRIAL. T&ESDAr, AUGUST 39. TajEATRE-ROTAL, ENGLISH OPEBA.H0CSE, �STRAND, fflHlS^^fiVEJJlNG, WEDNJ^SDAY, Atig. 80, JL �iUi^-p'^Ai'in?>!y:>he;,popular.IMclo-draina, csllifd : -JRWOWOiftJiwidr^ SILENT NOT DURJB! ar�ildo.brao*'*! Guf,-iWr. Bartley; .ToHnere,.Mr. W'. S. Cbatt�rls Lore; Ariel,'Miss Worgman;; _ -\, Ciiirselrrs in'llie Drama-RuthveV,'Mr. S^i^'Cookr^ Ronald, Mr. Bartley; Rubrrt, Mr. PpTman; MT^will, Mr. Hartey. Lady Margaret, Mrs. Vf. S. Cilatterlcy; BHdgetj Mrs. Grove; Effie, Miss Carew. DoofS open at Half-past Six, and the'Performabcc to be. gill at Seven. " -i. Private Boxes may be had nightly of Mr. Sieveoton, uf whom Places are lo be taken, at the Box'Office, Strand En-trance,fram Ten till Foiur. , Tu-nu>rrow, The Maid and the Magpie, with other Entet> A ii'lv Operatic Drama, in three acts, wilt be produced o� Saturday aext. TM* day was published, pricjei^s.boards, corrected and enlarged, the Third Edition of 1. A SHFORD RECTORYor. the. Spoiftsd Xjk Child Rrformed: eob'taining a short Introduction td( the Sciences of Arbbitectore and Heraldry i wiih a-p-irticalsi-Accoaot of the Grecian and Ronian Gamea, &c. jcc> By MHt.JA'.�IF.SON'{lafeMi�sThu�lle,) ^ Aathor of ** Hi�tarf� of France and Spain," " Popniiir ' � Voyajres and Traveli.," &c. Printed (bit GrhiidW. B.Whittnker, 13^ Ave Haria-tane; �udWHaflea^rLondon Museum, Piccadilly. Orirhtw raay^b� had, lately published, by the sme Aath6r, 4.POPDt^R VOYAGES and TRAVELS in EC&OP�, . 13mo. priee in hnards. 3. POPULAR ATOVAGES aiid TRAVELS in ASlA, -AFRICA.' iindAMERICA, jirlre 9s. bnnrds. 4. HirrORV of FRANCE. l2mo. price fis. boards. 5. HISTORV of SPAIN, I2mo. price 6s. 6.1. hoards. NEW SOCTH WALES. . Thtsday Is pnblieheds in one thick volume 8vo. p^ice 16s. bysrds, considerably (pblsrged^'.and embpllished with a View of the Town of Sydney, and a Map, Secouil Edition, A .STATISTICAL. HISTORICAL, oiiif PO* UTICAf. PESCRIPTIOJf of the Colony isr NEW SOUTH WALF.S, and its dependent Seltlements on Van 41>emcn't-I.and ; with a particular Irnumerarioti ,of the ad-vsiiiHgeiwhicb-ibese ColiHiiea offer for EmiKmlinn, and Jbrir niperiority ib many respects over iuuse possessed by : the Unjited Slates of Americas ^; ' By W.C. WE^TWORTB, E�|.�NaliVeoftheCohioy. Printed for G.^andW. B. Wtiillaker, 13, Ave^Maria-laiie. -',Of whiim maybe'had,jtti>t pnhlished,- 2. A .STATISTICAL, COMMERCIAL, and POLiWi �CAL DESCRIPTION of VENEZUELA, TRINIDAD, MARGARITA, and TOBAGO; {untaiuiHe varinns Aiiec-,'loles and pbsrtvattons illmlrnlive of the past and preselst. Slaie ((f tlu�ie inlrr^stioir Countries. Octavo, with a large Map, prii'C ISs. boards.  3. AMEltlCA and the:BRITfSH OQl^ONIESj an Abstract >;rfiii iufvrniklio%''re)s(ive ta the; UoiintSlatn of Ametlts and lhe'9rilhb:;Cd.lOHJ*s of Ca-., iiada, bolt in wUch they .atoadbefore Sainrday;. namely, lobe MIibt-titty trne, as it appeared by their Lordships' minutes, that tbe option wsa itiveo them and that tbey chnse'lhat Coarse Which ibej) uow-besbugbt-the Hoose to allow them to parsur. Tint option was, -he'Verily- believed,. Kivea .then on a very prevalent misuoderalanding. Bnt Ik saw greater. In. convenieiice in withdrawing any promise which had been made, or disappointing any rxpecUtions which bad -been reasonably formed,-than in yielding aii advantage, the hope of which had, however errotieuusly, been held out. The Ceiiosel for ibcQaeen mast, iberefore, beaiiffered to go on 'irith their exMnijialions dow, and to reserve so much of ibem aatheyihooglit firo^ for ihepnstpboement, the Honitcalill reserving to the.Cqunsel fur the Bill the right of summing Dp and re-examinatiob, if-ibey deemed it necessary, after the coocluaion of the defence. Upon considention, .per. bapi, there'was nothing gained by Ibis on beiialf of the -eoonsel for the Queen; mere than ifieybad iKfore, or WpUld have had under the ibolion^anppoiiiug it to have been adopted. It won)d at any time be so easy for her Counsel. to make a special tcose^ that It would be just as well to allow them, on �shewing fiooi grounds for aiiy such rase, to pursue their own coursi;. With ihe permission of the House, he would'withdraw his motion, and kubslitote the fnUowing--xTlmt the Counsel for her Majesly should be iofufmed by the Lord Chariceltor that the House connenled, uoder^the special circumstances of tbe pase, to-allow the Counsel for the Qoeen lo.proceed in their crossexaminations according to the mode prbpoaed by them at the bar of the HouK-" . . The Earl of Lauderdale said, that, according to the forms -of the noose, jio motion, could be withdrawn if spy one Peer objected He stood upon his privi. 'lege, and objected to the motion being withdrawn. .- Ead Grey said, that it would perhaps be for tbe.benefit of their Lordships'Informotioo, if �he Noble Lord would give some reason, for apt allnwfng the motion to be withdrawh.-.^ Heivminded theNobfe Earl opposite, tkit the modeorsnb. stilnlion as to these two'motions was rather'irreguUr. - The Earl of Liverpool ackiiowledKed that'iherc w� a less plyrcllonabte mode. He would move his secood mnlion as an amiiiidmcnt oit tbe first. He tberefdne wished to add to it, that -alfnhe words after Ihc word that, should be ktt out, aiuHhe foliuvtiug kubttilu'led," &c. The �8^1 of LaHtlerdnle explained. Lord Erskiiie remarked on Ibe circumalanre of the Nobis Lord moving the nmetidment to his own motion. They h�d been wrang on many occasions, and he w.ns happy-lb see them do-light at last. Nothing was moresali^faciory tb-him than tniwablr, ciiusislcntly with his expressed opinions, 19 withdraw; tite motion of which he had given notice. The Earl af'Harrowby then ffiiived the amendoMrii which had been the Earl of Liverpool, that being the ropat orderly course. - The Lord Clianeetlor then put the molioti. The Exil of Landtnlale commented ontheJimeadfiient of Ihtr President of tbc Coiinril on:tbe moliox of the First Lord of Ibe Treasury. . He ihiinght;. some-eaplnmiiao of. that, BtnendnienI necessary. 'Did il mean thai Peers were to l>e '�llo�red to aah questions How were'tli�!yti�.koaw-_the in The House opght-lo be aware d/-the-'ailv^ijtazca-wb.ich the motion- now made the cnias-examiniVioit 6m{|I afib- l!bn::�d{bnrtoeht.~ t ' ,iHe>i�,iDrlbbl)M-Jiiid n�'iblenthtri bi^^^^ whydid the Noble. EartsfIII 'ttMifbr;iilakiiigjbi;t.�special case ? , 'Tliisj^rt.iof LwiifSttr�,:tbaavelHm^^^ Noble L�rdji)Mtib^tliitj(ibttse,sai�,?t w4^^ iitteiitibR ifhat Utf. AlajnVyV Counaiel'-sbonld .put whi^; .qa^liuiis they Vj^airedaner theexaitilnttisn in-^�jr,j�t,i;i^nb�n h> reserve lHeir.�ross.examIb.Biiojj,-i|M.�flV^: -'(p|yli^i^.;Att# uppirmotions, the niArndmenta, aiiU xjl Ihie viitto'as w'hitnifgsi^tbJ^ ^faey bad Endeavoured to livmd ' doing right.'. ' . / .�..!.' " The'Earl of DoDonghmbre cxaminafiou'at bncCjtV Ib-adjourti it-sltot^ether. Be . didundcrsland;hir^pqMrigbi.fib,j;o on wilhihcf crbss-eiUmioaiibn wben'Uierxaminaiiania!chief had been conclodedvuttb post-' poneJi at their bplioflj*' bbt tlie whole source pf ifispreaent dunbljiad debate was (bis circumstance, * wbethtn' the Conn* sel hada right to polcertaln'^nestiont' in Ibe fi^tcrosi^eKa-: minalion, whicbwas p^miit^, and whether'lhQseqnesiioas caicewithlo Ihp djescriptibn 1^ properpreliminaryqnesiioiis a examinaiiun of 4'i(qeii�es by Iheir Lordships, it' liad been stated, and slated truly, that very tpateriiil. evideniie had been elicited by their Lotdsbips* qoestibos.' Was (here, be asked,, apyjeasemsde. out by the Cooasei at the bar to shew thai their liOrdships sbould'not' pot queKtions? Ob ibc contrary, all parlies agreed (bat snch examination .was productive of great advantage. In what Coort; bsui it ever beeo saidi that tbe Jadgra of Ihe Duurt bad n.6t.:p-right to examine the witnesses? Ob thewbolcibecbnceifcd that the Hoive otight at once lo.come to a Hsbt ubderxlfnding.'- Their Lordships had no objedtioo to the eross.-exbpiibaiton proceeding when the exsmJnaitoA in diicP wa* ended, or lb ils,bclng^postponed' lb 9 sobsfqarat period,,aod that th� Cuaiisel for the Queen "srcK to have the privile|;b and foii right eitbeir of croas^aoiitiingtbewttnessesjmmediaicty on tbrxlbse-of Ibe direct examtnalioo^or of postponing it eniirWy.. , ''r." .� . ' � ��'�'' ' . ..Lbri^ftleilbftrQasbi eHlreaied their Lbrdshl^^to tensidtT wj!w{t,,oigBl|^d.probabiy WAiild b�^ tjbct'iwaseqiai^l^, bf nba cbtuaeTeeommeaded kb .be;~pntsiiett1qrJ)ie^](iMlfr:6atroppoEi: aitf! (Uverpool}. All the di�calties wbich�rew. 'pradnced aRer him, were very well known,'bud 'might have been considerable crosa-examinfation.- Coonsei- in the *i�t iiiiiiance, or from other nLesr*, .iiic�d. dilioh lOrHhose statid in the proposiliun, that wUAessrii -should be ' called 4'or' a second croaS.ekamiuslivD f - �u:ii be wonTd-have'pfeferrml a sIsletacnC of Ihe-wde'";^ Coniisel �slMj^ llie case wonld prnprrlp ndmfl.VU (he>i^mrds wet-v, Ib-rxamiite before (lie Cauniel had d�nepen new mailer, iknd tbe .Counsel for fbejlueen, and the Coonsei for llie Bill, jnightCall frrsb-w^iiiipj|�^.Wt)ai again might, from aii-txam't..' nalionrof iheir Lordataps,'{jiveoccaBian tb^lhe cni|>ng pibrr antf farther^viiteuee. His tatdsbip professed, that ,iq;-I>i^ p{libioiirtbe.inle(V�ts�fjnytlce would be quitesife in grant*-t�|(tovlb4'l^niMel'vnM to tbem..'SfCin..iieces�a'Fy, .^isngb beSeuifesaCil ili�t he did not dearly seeMiiV'wity lltrengh-the^iiecttlties'Wl^ich 1^ JHiFibK^fMC^ Wa^lbrir Lbnls'lripstplea^ mre tii:adqp^it^^.% shoutd siruggte t� get tbrougli'tlieoi^ and^fwwbtid tlie^iwntl opinion of Ihff Hon^^^ - ./ UiTd':H8rfbw,^i^i4that 00 lookinglyaek lb the detibeila-tiobbftbfirl^^dsblpa, one object pnly waaapparrntri^that the Hbusefir^^tC^^ it dlsAAgt4^^ih;lSl:d5ttie�^A:t&'e^ iq th/psrty Acj^iedi'^beiiiiWl^l^ bad for'its object 'compliaacc wiih' lUe request qiildii'by tSe Counsel fftr ber 'Msjesty: n'it- 6n..tbc''ground tfial; ib^ dode'proposed was the heal, botonry Ju tlie cqiisideraliion thatas Ihere'was'neaVy-ob'grrai diffemce belafi'en tJ(e,'con-. ..yeoiencies and InConrenicnrjes of ihe two atudesofi'pro^ cCeding,''it-wasihe opinion of hims.rtf snd those with whom he acied rhat'lhe scale sbfiuld incline tulbat side which; was slated by the acciiseit party ib be fsvonrablC to-her cause!, Sbbnld it appear lb Iheir Lordships iii th^,coarse of dtfbate that no'great prepunderance ..of. inconvenience woald arise, and nbtnJBry to.the allimale end uf the proceediag, Ibe discovery of Iru'lh,: by the adopliun. of the ebbrse now proposed,--'they would .doubtli^ss .foltow it. As the .CuvBsel' lor the Queen bad thought ^ wss-^lheinlrn-libn of their Lordships In pr'rmi't ibrm io'pivcesd!s-lbey now were wltbregard to their knowledge uf Ihe character and-other particulars necessary for them to know for iheir guidance in such crass-examinatiob. For it was utierlyjmpossible that Cbansel should know bow far they ought to carry the cross-exaibinalioo, or ait what point they unght 10 stop, ontil they were in possession of certain iiiformiltao on which llislr CToss-examinalioit must be grounded. In order lo render the crois-examinalion efiicieni, the Learned Counsel must wss not:* maar (a t>e pat.duan by clan^uN-andr-Wnh^ti in *^liiif iivp(�w�*s�te t of lis rtght t - tttow }, ha did Mbi wattf tn twow^ttR # tfci? nUit"*! wu�i� haven�tbe^HlHI>�,lidrtbeeffiHH^tbe^nte pirii^wMed'ruribe^ -adbptiuo was cateahrted fb-prbtfuce oit'fnrt'irlai p'ro^iKngX ta-lbeCoartrhi^tw,- prchei!d ibal-in'sity ��� It was pusifiiiir'tb aSsiiaflatti Ib^ ptix-erdincs of thst flmMC :to4l>sniyd"fay irny 4iaii^biiil^ TbtejieTa Wilb^lhe rstaUisiBrd usogrs^f thof:Citu]rls. Ttiri* ^9;ardjihtps> w.rif guidedHby^ iheir i>Wiit preerdrttK',. aii4;ibe H|aqrU "��!*HiiiMled-l^.-pfccedeuis drawnirinq'theic wkit prbceedi^^^iiait asHiId tfcigr *ter�di�pi,�s�.�tifp : goirern IbHr 4iit faadacff aad firl(^ Conccnieoce tBbicb' might be a|>|irres�|til''�''jl�. ftimjfe prac�rding��^l>at Hoase from'll^�d^ii)�--bf^ mode'af pfoC>�diii| propnsed lo b� fothiweilfti ifitKflMlhHb .character of the wi|ue>Bes,'^aiid intferred that they were .greater than Ihose experienced by the opposite'party. He wassuFethat their Lordships could Wt r'refuse the Counsel fur the Bill some'IdeUy,. as'they seemed bow disposed to "extend, that iqdii1geacel w'oold [ I hep see reason lo.prily fur oaoi her terivd of delay, and so the ' poslponements would he eaiiried oD'iiHkfinitely. As it would be^inqpbiiyible to cipseihe cAae uiiiTI the Whole bbdy of evi-dance had bren gone ihrpbgli, he Verily believed'Ibal, if their Lprdships adopted the coarse suggested, I he {irdcee'dings would never come lojtn end. Now he thought il an insnr. mnontalde objection to thst or any other course, that by tts adoptlun the.cudsof jnalice.would be IneVitBhly disappoint, ed; and therefore he felt, himself boniid ti> give a negsDve 10 the motion of'ihe Nufal?^ri. Looking ittall tbe difficulties of the case, his mind ynjt* .much more inclined to adopt Ihe course piopoced. by hik Noble Friend than any other he bad br.a'rd.W'.TAe.^oAfii X^ticatiaa of d'tfficui ties they woS Called oa to consider, their Lordships 'Had bellerdeclde at once upon a choice of thesleps lo betaken In tbesitusitiiin iii which Ibey foundith'rmsclves placed; 'f(nd feeling'the iroportaoee of-the proceeding*'ia wbicdi they were engaged, the important rrsolls likely to be prodtice'd by theirjireseril decision'irpoii.lheii- future jadicial prpceed-ingr; be thnagtil they would not hastily decide'an-act so pregnant with inconvenience as that involved in 4be 'mp. . lion bow brftire them; when Ihe suggestion of his Nbble Friend'0|iened to ihrm a way by which they m'ifhC'cxtricale themselves from the difficulties that beset Ibem., If R beaU lowed to the Qdeen's Counsel lb put off tbecro'ss-exaraloa-tion fur the purpose of resuming it at a morcscunvenient op-ly, the re.'cxamlnatinu ,maM alio be delayed; the gave to the Connaeltpr iheQuKn. Hecomptoued of the .iacctlatlbn ^aTbieb was msnifesf=d by Si -House was BOW placed by It 1�b situaliori of mare diBieuity tbftii evrt". ' - ^ . The F^rKof Liverpool tl�>BgHt that he bad, gwM r^�>\ to^complainvf the tone and tefilper of Spble LBrdi^Bpt *s it aflecled liim individually, bill �M� i^'*!*^'' >rf Iheir. LordsWpa'^roceediBg. A question had^^^h- ppibions^'iptril >�l�nd��i,?�y h&nwrJnib! oil them, te^ �}�>>�e inji^ribus to tlie discovery of truth and the attatitmrni of jiiitice.'' - LordBathurst said ntew i^rds, whicbrwere not audible beloV ihe bair, .\ ' , lj>rd,Civerpo6i wistetMo Itbbw what^rgree of cross-eXa. miostion wsa to becuHsidereii sufficient to entitle their Lord-,ahipain |i�t questions IP llie Witnesses.- If her Majrsly'k Coitnsisl were to go beyiiiui prcilniinbry qiirstibiis, and 10 put aiiy going to affrct iheir Cr^it^^ba bad hero done on Salnr-day-(Meor)-r-be iinpossiblclO'prcycntthe Cpnu. sel fur the BilirrOM pbOiifg surh'questious as'might pro-pcrlyttrisrpat of lhei�,pss.examin'atiun, ' ' y A^ter a few wpids,.bjfS.wa'y pf exp'lansiion, from. Lprds Ba. thnrst and L^uderdiriir.-- . llie'Lord ClitinCellar said,-that in Ihecourseof what had passed yesterday tib bid declared thai Ke ihbagbt he never Bhyesietda|t be bad'twiisideredit to betiio limiud in it* lerats, that Coaajial sKnld be atlbargd bnly la cull back wiinessea whcit Toi^ia ,ud. circumaiaaqea not fcanwn farfote should camt-fp .biateowlcdgf, be tbought infinitely too iriclandr. 'liti(fe^A�.�.;ao Mmwipq pf porluiiity, ihust'necessarily take place with respect to the cross examinalibu of the witncases for Ibe. defence,- each cross-examinatipq may btfgel a aecessUy for tbe-or the parlies to-lutringe apon'their own rcgalatiua. Jf they rfihtpted Ibe snggeslion bf hiS' Noble and Learned Friend, the ii^bbleuf this perplexity would benvpided, and 'ibey.srouM - be placed in a aitbalion-lo guide Ihe.proceeds inga to a.regular conclusion. He therefore hoped bis Noble and Leanfed Friend Woiipn ih� ilarduly, ifii. adopted .the- amendipciit withqiil previously ascertaining theopiaipn o� t^e .{adKra as IP the effect it was oilcnlatM lo prodiite on the. Mure administsatiuii of, justice in the.Coons ihelaw. And he accordingly snhmilied -b iilntioit forr the'- parppse nf asrre-toiDlaJK that ppioioq,~f�,;Sro, � mttr,h�iirry^Ht ifotm^ tttpAgbi, wqa^effeclaalljr {-ruiect the-Runie fnH* 'pll da%s(.-ft chief-that Ihe.aaamination of Ihe .witness (buuld in. fiet be coblioard ibrouRbuut without iater-rqpliPB pr delay; but tbat if a case aroae, or shy eif--cbntaiancfs aficrwarifs trauspircd, which rrrdrred it de^ sirable fur Ibe ends pf jnsllcr, the wiioris might bar  recalled, and again auhjerted lo examination as iw (Uch newly-discuverrd ciirumluw, my Lords, in Ibe Ducliesa of-Norfolk's rase, the . Houic proceeded in a clearly iroprrfeet maanrr; tbr^ examioed wilnesies on interrogalories, and liiey prot^4-cd ia a wxy which I am >ure ydur Lurdibipa will never adopt again; but Ihey �t last c�pte lo what was Ihcrigfcl jinlgmrut upon Ihe subject. T/iey said your spccral ^iisv which�yoiv hare made ought nut lo guide our prbl^n^ inga^ Ynn must eitsliiish your caie iu the ordiaary Gbari% and then come lo us. The Duke tl>en brobghc bis action . and recovered dsmsgrs. He Iheq brougbV iu another Bill; but then the qiiesliop. was. a^!ked, wai� Ihs-Dochess tlf Norfolk a psriy lu Ibal aclina? and St. w;s�-enswered No, �lie was nol." Then ,he procfwAeJ i� the JEeclesiasticsl Coact^ and then he tame iflliti tb� Hoosc in llie way in which your Lorilthips ..>ln9f rviu---Mqde prpceedrd in. Now, my Lords, I do conceive IbatT ftm dange'roM to pnt on yvui' Lordihips'Jboriiala a resoln. tfbb cbnIrtfyWthe reeulv mode aif proceeding. My Lnr^ Xttp-.ho]Bb)rcontew) befoMyuor L~r to be received by ^irilSTMnn the �ill,-.�ill be derived from Ihoae proceedings wtiicU are '�BBsisteot with Ihe ordinary rules' of proretding in Claris pf Justice, -1 du humbly contend before ybnr Lordsblpa that the proper and regular mode of pructrdiog lu this-'MPttse i^ that ilie witnesses should be cross-cXamla-ey mind tt cab be for bo other parpose. I shall,, my Lords, withhold my assent from il, and do aay that if lak>a tbi^a precedent, it will be tbc most mischievoas oue ever established.-rOWefo/'''QawHon I Q^���on.'") , Lord -Barrpwby s.iid -that if it was Ibe opinion of tl^,.the Hojio trill conteul to Ibe Counsel for Ihe Queen proceeding {n'tbrtr crbss-axaminsliaa in the manner they have biihe^lo dbiML?- Jii biany of ynur Lordships as are nf that opiniob-say CoD-teat, aod as many of 3K>ur Lordships aa are uf a contrary epiniun say Nao-CoRleat. ^. v. . Noi-Coaient........^.........* .10 1. Majority.... -1�. Wild* we were r�.admittrd failothe Bouse; wefb'inia Lord Eriikiiic movipg, "Tbat tbe House do adjbun>,.t�Kive Rtoe tbihC'Qaeni^o prepare her dtfeace, and (hat it A^adjAru to sach;lira* aXshe willbe'rAidy to go pa, and'.thai a'Uat of iKi^ remaining witnessra lo be prpjlneed aj{a!qst Iht br MUdedovcr to her, logethetr-wlih ihe times and ptaeiealo wbieb ibsreAalBiag. parts of the atleeaiioasp|fly,'*, 'Be said tbat be took for granted that the remaiiiiaii^, wiU aetoe^ivereall here, and iherefbre there woald he n1 fuansi^f the liatot wilnessesi together with thvebarges ta Ibe first' inataoce. Tbe Batl of Laadndale did npt riic for the pttrpota'bf discossing.the question, bat to aik tbe Noble aod LMciiifd Lord, wbethei^ bis motioD was not intended as a .rcTola--tion of a former Vptkbf their Lordships gift bS� ra��tioo 'fitt-k list pf witnesses, wbicb was negatived ? - ' Lord Erskine spoke; bni we were onablcto^bear bclaw the bar what bis Ijordsbip said;' ... The Lord Chanraltor eburved be rase tbapbtitt of or. der; lBer�bs>d been two qpcsfioas put, and ibrir Lanbbips bad said po8ilk>o Bi�w.,pr�pM, ed^by bis Noble !(^nli Learned frieud, waij njprj? �t^�lg lijsn 'that wMeb had been formerly propoacd . by b'trl, iad nrga. lived by their LnrrfsMps. His Noble nftd ttamed Pnen4 bad began b'y Bp^indlng a motion of his pwii, a)i4 t&rn-moved :|jtai ,.|| ibv inuda of the nmendQi>at thpnld bbirtt eiM, UegsTC bin every cr'dit ibrhis iBlrBlU