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British Press (Newspaper) - March 27, 1820, London, Middlesex \:^,,iWiU be acted (|6lli Ainp)�*^^fi#i(6ICJ^|i/�m}ij JonMfian OMhuok, Mv I'rirrv ; .?axW M'ftt^'^iMrs-r^.Sfaniiiiiw*; 3�R�, nilDDLKSEX ELECTION. .B-^Bice; AIMore. ,(pffMS*! Ob \te^nwday aria SsUiias^,'lVstihoej'-i^-?*^ -'^-Trffe.ii ' CALL OF THE flOUSE; ' "jiffR.:MATHEWS- AQAIN AT HOME . ?oT?^AY, April 3; 182l1,AtlbeThCarrie"ltp>al Bp.:(es', lPtacMi,and Trivate Boxex, to be bad'of lVIr.,Sle-renstiQ, a{ the Strand Entrance, and at' Fearmaii's tibrary, 170, 'Bi>V)d-5t'reet. contract to deliver-coals at >ewfouivd-land; . . , . CoMMisBAitiAT?'Department, Treasvry Chambers, AIahch 24,1820. Persons as fire desirous of Conlraplinff viiih ihe .Agent for Commissariat Snppliei, to deliver 500 Chaldrons of COALS at 'Newfodn^and, may receive particulars of (he Contract at 'tbi's' Office bift'Weeu the houa of Eleven and Fivc,"aird deliver ihHr Tenders seaj. cd lip ami directedtci the A�eht fur Conimhrnriat Supplfen, marking, Ijierson "Tender lo deliier Coals at KevVfonnd-land" ou orliefore FRIDAY, (he 7lh April^'fkot noiie will be-ieceiv*il after Twelve o'Clock on that'Day; nor will nny Proposal be noticed unless made on br annexed to h ikiriuied particular, and the prici's inserted ill words'it leiiBlb;iior unless a \fUci- He subjoined to siicb Hrpposal signed'by two persons Of known'prOjierly, engaging'to become bounitwrtb ibc pnrly lebdering in the sum repressed in the particulars for tlie due peirfOrmance of the Contract. COUNT? FIRE OFFICE, REGENT-STREET. COUNTY FIKE-OFFICE REJUItNS.- NOTICE is bereby given to all PERSONS who in 1819 corapietcd their Terms of SEVEN YEARS' INSURANCE, llial RETURNS of TWENTY-FIVE PER � CENT, it|i{iu ^11 Piemiuma paid by tbem during that lime, are i-eceivable here, atid of ihe-Ag^eui^.-m all the. principal tbe Kingdoui; and it is rjequested that sucli.per-F0B9 Hs bare neglected lo-.receive llidr Rieluws in. preceding years u'iljapplyfor the Eam liberal Comniis.sion is allow-Ki\ to Solicitors, and others, who elTtxl Life liimirances;- ami trviry facilily is oH'orded, hy which the Interest and C.juvcnieuco of the Public may he promoted.. WARNER PHIPPS, Secretary.; Spicdlly Will be pnblishrd, neatly priiilcd on a pica letter, in four large lulurats, duodtjciuio, price in boards W. As. a new E^lition of LATiONS on the HISTORICAL PASSAGES of ihe OLD and NEW TESTAMENT, ny the Kighl Rev. JtiSEPH HALL, D.D. - Lite l.(iid Bishop of Norwich. Printed far F. C. aiid J.Rivinglon, No. 62, St. Paul's Chureh-yHrd, and No. 3, Waterloo place. ii li.-This Edition is printed.oo the recoinnieudatioo of theSouii'ly for Promoting Christian Knowledge. ~ 110BIN HOOD. ' � " ' 'Ibis day is publislicd, liiiniieomely printed in royal ISmo. price 7s, Gd. in boards, (OBIN HOOD : u Colirciioii of all (he An- cient'Poehis, Songs, and Ballads now extant, relative to that celibralcd English Outlaw. To which are prefixed, Historical Anicdotes of bis i.^fe. " III IbfB niir epnrious isle 1 ibinic Ibtreis not one J?ut lie of Robin Hooil halh heard, and Little .lobi; ; yinil lo the en'l of tiiv.e the tales shall ne'er be done fif.SVarlock,George a Green, and Much, the Miller's son, or Tuck, the meri-y Friar, which many a sermon made In (M-aise of Robin Hood, his ontlaws, and their trade." Prialed fot Lnncmaii and Co. Palernoaler-row j and T. Boys, i-ndgale-hill. DR. SYNTAX IN LONDON. ~~ This day is published, in One Volume octavo, or Eight Parts, with Twenty Philrs. price 2s. 6il. HHR TOUR., of UOCTOR SYNTAX THROUGH LONDON ; or, Iho Pleasures and Miseries of the metropolis., -By the celebrated Dr.SYNTAX. Three unusual large TEililjnna of the above Work iiave been catljed for by the PuLlic n-ithin a few moDlhs, .and ihe flillering notice that has been taken in most of the JoHvnals, hdii-given vise lo many shiuneless,deceplionB, �pu-liousiniitaliunE, and gcuss, inipusitluns. Printed for^. Juhusinn, Cbeapside j and C. Chappie, Pall-moll.-Of whom: may l;e had, just publish^, price Is. with Fourteen Cuts,. The LOYAL MAN in (he MOON. By the Author of 1'he Couslilntiunal (lunse that Jack Built. THE QUI'EN. On the Ijff of April �iJI be published, price Is. 6d. em-b lliuli-(I iviih a hnmorous Pliite, IHE LANDING of tlt^ QUEEiN ilmt JACK LOVFJl." ' The NEW BON Tt)N MAUAZINE; or Telescope of the Times.-The. Contents of this and ilie former. Nniuher, whith is embelltshtd with a Carieatore, enlitied,.'f TO he, or rmr lu be," . or A Coronation iuAbyssiiiiSf will be found ex. iFPmely interesting. . � " ' Printed for J. Johnston, Cbeapside. . Of whom may be had, llie Fifth Edition,!withii24 Cuts, ' � I ': priceSs. i:- !� i.i ' A POLITICAL LECTURE ON, HEADS. By TJ.e Black Dwarfi .p:fcel:9|f2rievBdi The Black DwarCbrgs lo say, that ilUe'flcida^trere* lafceit promiscuously fVorn the public heap, be bad-no parlialitiesj uor!pre;adiieiilnrElul)fy, tUaiRfiiri-, r . -,. 1 ;Vhitr tlarl, HriUium ; Slila(fui-d Ciif.^ .*S�-Iio�Be,i>xfo�d^lr�qii GlonT�teriC>>(rrfedwnMi,*6n,}{ tDuii .tialt>-nj'a Tavrni, Chelirea ; Catberinie .Wbeel) fiurough.-; and Cuck aikd Lion, East SAiitbOBWi.'. - ' fc*K!^i*'^feAj*,'i?�, iUyc^Y took bavins takeo TOTHEGENtl,EME}. vernnirut, miiiit be (he lest by which the Public can decide. It ibay be seen at ItlSH's ilBires for ttiat purpose; and - those only who' wtthlioM inipoi-titiit parts of it, can be accused "of p�blisbi�g''un/uir or jrarbfcrf slateiwentsi He never has dune Sot and never will- auiltiegs itiii be'iinder* stood, that however sperions (he . AdTPi'tii>enieul4 of iiiftep OQicekeepvrs may be, the Scheme does uol CcniUin any advantages that Ibc Cnsloniers uf his Offiera will irol equally participatein^: The Lottery beginif'tfae' lilhror'tt'nit Month �it'fila'hlis te drawn (hat day, but evtry dneoflllUse'Z.OlJO TickcM-wilj a(>aio have a Ghauce, ju�t''ns-if tlie'y bad uiit-bH'ivdrtimij iiutwithslanding they will each be cntillrri lo ibe 9()/!'^>^li^ .Scheme contains 1U2" Capital Priaes, amottftlrdJIb'aOa'bOOfi ''SltHt'ey'aiia'CuiiiKnsc' ^Jlfkrts'itail^linii^ h're'iioW^ oS saU >av BtSH'S Office*, where No. 2,�0�,' .�''Pri��'df Weiity Thousand Pounds Moiii-y, fu tbe ti9tlFiry)tiBl^li)teit,~wai S'j'ld in Sharei.; ;,VVhe(i 1 .got infi^liiig was.ass.ecnblni.,. it was near one . o'tlutk., 1 was llivrehalfaubourb^for^j^Hti arrived. I w^s then on foyl. J Ino^ iity sl,alioii iieu on ihVi^avSlryaalbey passed; tliey eudea-vnured lo get out uf Ibe jw�y airtlmake tlteit'escape. I beard DO expression of alarm at the meeting before (he military came. There was no request made in jaiy hearing to make room fur a vpxstahle twtget lo tbe ,b|istlugs with a warrant when the uiilitar.y,advanced. . By the JuliGB-i did Bot-hear it-qolified from auy quar. terfor what purpose ihe military wcrelguiug to the husliogs: I stood near ilieliije uf special cousltlblea while I rcmHiiied on the ground. CruBs.exHiniiied by Mr. ScARLETT*-When Ihe yeomanry advanced I ihuught-lliey were going'-to take somebody from Ibe hustings. 1 saw the constables'near them. When Ibe infantry arrived 1 retreated Iwenly or Ijiirty yards down the line uf cunslnb)es, and near to Buxtiiu's honxe. When 1 faced the hustings Ihe consiabb's were on my left. The crowd betweien me and the baaliuga was very thick, both before aud after I moved. I gtAal first as near to ihe bastings as I could. I WHS at ihe.'Hieeling -al which Mr. Hunt presided before the 16lh. That-is Ihe only meeting- of the kind which J have atiended. ' 1 was nut nl the meeting of Ihe DIaukeleers. 1 was iufuriHcd of ibc uieeling byau adver-tiiemrnt which appeared in 'J'heMancltesier Obtener. I do liot take it in. Mr. Scarlett-Who takes it'in in yonr neighbourhood J Mr. Justice Cai'Ley-You cauuolask ibat ((ueBtiuii. Mr Scarlett whs abnul to speaV, wheu^ Mr. Hnul said, My Lnrd, t object 16 the question. Mr.S' beg the Di-fendant nut lu interrupt me. Mr. Justice IIaylky-Yon have a right to ask wheihcr it wag taken in by any of tlie Defeudauls, ur by any other pei-soos connected with these proceedings. Mr. Scarlett-I intend t�-.:cbew that this paper was taken iu by one of ihe-parlies atiendiqg'ltae meetiug. Tbe parties-are charged with cnnspirlu'|� wi|h several others to excite discontent and disa(i'ectiuB,and I have a right lo sliew the-motives which induced their altendmiiie at that meeliug, in Older to prove Ihe character of tbe nwetinff itself. JVIr. Justice Batley-I am of opinion-ihal you cannot inquire by whom the paper was takeu iu, unless it be by some of the Defeiidauts; it mnlterei^ not to Ihe 'Dt.feudanls in whose boiise it was read, provlded'tfaey bad not'beard nor were parties to Ihe reading of it. M^' Examiualiun continued:-l-beardrki^('(e.;.'rJ|�se^i>,orks '�re nol-sold inliisislinp Hi luy ,k:nowlehn�iin-is'^a>brUsb, , maker. , I cainiol. r^Gollet:! tlijikJ ibave;sern'.iu his thnp niqr ^j^ifthe workH sold Uy.U'irlile.'i'l Jlat^ somelimea read B sen-. teuce oritw.o of a newspaper; lUereif Tile m��H�glin-sou on noti 1 ciumol.'.reeoUect Ihat^JohiiSon either invited me lo the:,i�eetijig,'.-i�r told me>3iiyibf'ihe proceedings lo lMk$ place there. : . ., ; ,. :. '�� -' ' By,lhe.JuRG8?r4lf I-had nny rrasoiilo expertsnyriulniii or .tumnlluu^s : prot�YdjiigB I -would -not h��e altewtelTKe f , . --...... . - . .......u .|>/iii .lUllltSlfl wa^drilliug going on hefnre th's meeting. .1 cannot recollect ever having lieacd iu Jolinsun's presence (hat drilling was go,it>gon. 1 have heard that ihe drilling was coiilined to mardiiiig. I have no reasnu to suppose rhal it .went bejond marching. 1 never heard Johnson m.-ike use of any seditious language. ' ,. i Sidney Walker, Mr. Hunt-1 am a Lieutenant in the Bengal Naiivp Ilifiintry,I have been nearly two years fi'oni India J ,1 was,at. iM.iueliester .on the 16lh of Augost laijl; my family,consisting of ir.y mo.ther, sister, and brother, reside (here. I saw the processions which advanced into the town on ihe 16ih., They were perfectly peaceable, t atiended the meeting ; 1 saw- the processiousr pass through Deansgale, at the bottompf St.. Peter's-slrrel. L saw no- tlringcalcuraied to exciie fear in ihe Blinds of tlie respectable peojile'of Maucriesicr. ' I did hot hear my mother, or sisier, or any body else express aiiy'fears for 'the'safely of the town. .I saw the cavalry on the field)' but 'li'* Hot see Ihetn ariive. I was abool forty yai;ds^Mn-the Deaosgnle sicfe ofthe hn�tiiii;s. Mi. Buxton's bouse is da .the opposite side. 1 tliil iitil any acts of violence coiiimiUed by the people iu ihe course of the day. I saw one or two instances of people going 10 fight ivilh each o(her, but ifaey were prevented by those" them. The people said they would nol have a riot qrealed.' I heard no threats of vio-Iruce, nor aiij thing of the kind. Cross-examined by Mr..Serjeant HULLOCR.--My leave of absence is up, and 1 do not icreive pay.. I havean idea of 'retiring frowi the service. I h.ave entered as-a student, in the Middle Temple. I orcasionally^reside at Mauchesler. I arrived (here iwo days before the meeting: I had slept se�.Any:8ta4t:s^E?ltrickblli>^or8ticl�s'rirher tti'tff.ii Tifheni, ,oc lbruwu.,iip: iorthe arr's�-lfai>y'advAricrd; T'K3\f'f,abie ili-tii^-ieJ'bat, f MTV in siidl a iilnatioo'(bar!�-should bate sii'ii' >i,i-y .hiog of the kind if it had occurred, ' , C;rlila-e. "'t>il 'br�i-d�j8 before the 16(b August. ! .t.;','.l'�ie� Brl,r. Hunt at illiep'ievioos-meefing. I'tDbk nu' ^i.rt-in the pr>rerdi>iic� oD:l^p^$gaisiorn'. ' r i^e ,iieieb)n>ad>iitp4i^^'beerd rt,i�t'thec'e, '{..''m- � -WelinK flf-lhe'Juitice*^IheSatiirdiiy^r'Siniil^iiy.lH r�rr ib'e Qih. I etiMtdered .tN*iiary rilrasiu's. atii �o fi*ailie'pJoJie.''i^rabbng. 1'knew ilr!ii';i|. rewns lo TC Iie-cqa bieelinK'o^llie'Stb-. T Ifeafd "fllere haVf t.;eii n Member of l^rliaWnt elected'for'Birmingltam'. I i!i''r mil itnaw that the aeeiing'i>y of jihe placarii either befeCs or after Ihe meeting., I; o.^ituut kwear^Mcb^ >'? - ( Robni,.Grundy wiatte next witness,' He iK-geed tn ask bia. Lord;d>ip, wbetbe^^ had not a right to lij-'t hi:, ex-ipentes paid before be faie his eviilence ? " Mr. Joitice BaYlbT*^ fear I have itoJ!_.l.fu; puwe.? tu .li-. qer yoii your eipeoaerj'5t i� not-usual iit't:,���-s ciT a cri-" Itnioal nature.. Does Wti-Gentlriuan of tliejiar recutl'Tct Ais 'l.'r pit: ,.��e. I sau- t upjes instance is di Mr.ScARCgTT-My ird, it is not done.incrrinioal cases. f ID lowu. 1 days before tl about Iwo miles, off llie iowh ou the, night before Ibe meet, iiig. My mother lives' about 600 yards from. St. Peter's, field. I do nol belong to any political society. I think I kuewthalMr. Huut was lo attend .the nieetiitg. i do not know (ha( Dr. Ciompton, Mr. Pearson, or Mr.,Carlile,were invited. I think I kuew that Mr. Carliie was under an in. diclDieut for blasphemy at the lime. Air. Hutil-I, beg to Lord, if this he.evide^ce ? Mr.Serjeaui H ULLiicK-Mr. Carhle's name is on .the placard calliog.the nteeiiiig. - ^ ^, ..... MiT.JiriUe: BiVEeV^'lt'igrpirove*t*�V'Mr. frdrlile attended tb'emeetiug. Mr. Hunt-1 hope; my T.Ord, thai, though that is proveij, im not lo be iniplicaled iu every action of Mr. CarjHt's ; Mr. Huulrr-My tord,\l amperfAtly ready to pay ,�y p>,.' portion of witne�i'�e�riiu���i? i jr w. nes.; but 1 bowJiMUr Ur^^W^Mim^' ft Mr. HuDt-Mjr; Wiloess was saw Ihe Sinilblield mreiinKat which Mr. Hnnt presided. ' If I the paper I do not think 1 should recollect JL I was at .... Manchester meeting in Jaauaryj but I was not at the dinner, r bad heard that there-was iorb.'.a Meetiogon Ihe9ib of Aiigfsl, but that it was put .oj& llfHOw the Defendant, Johnson. I do not recollect hearing^fromhim'lbal irwas put off. I bave known him twelve miinlbs. He keeps a shop nl Sbnile-hill, and I sumelinies}eall there lu bear the newsj when-I go to market: 4 baveuut-ofleil read a news, paper in his shop. 1 may have sometimes seen a paper there, but nnl often. If 1 saws paper th'eVei�"it wa'rf TAa Manchester Obsfrier. 1 '8W�r limtl'l^DUot recoltrct HSvi iiiglieard him rea'd'tbat paper in^Is'sh'up^ l-niir^ bave'beea 11 dt'Zrn tiinnt in liis sbop( since I' bave'knoivir biiii. " Suuie. limes I stopped five miniitesj aud suinetiiiiei lialf an'bnnr there.' I caiiiiot'^rrcuUect'-wlieiter utir conver^tioti gcne- tlie reth. eai^iiat bairet cda  Reis'son, and Ibi ori'ofti P.)ihV8 fbdotH' cl�?e'df'tbS?aRe�ii6Hcia�w%i'.^^^ Tbtolop�a(�-WbrW, '*'wtv�r'�ad lliiii^ liD k^'WledRl'9fi.lbl 'Itesiiln1�i>k"iiV.^.it'.t I life. Mr Juslice BavLEY-They have a (^ight to shew thai one of the parties attending Ihe meedng was under an indictment fur blasphemy aud seililioii, if they can. If you object lu it, 1 shall lake a note of yonr objection. Mr. Huul-1 do, my Lord, object to it. I considi?r it a very illiberal proceeding. ' Mr. Juslice Bayley-^Tlie Counsel for the prosecution have a light 16 put their case in the strongest point of view. Examination resumed-I know Carlile's slmpl I am-not rertaiu whether:! kuew that Carliie was under an indict'ment before J arrived. 1 know Wooler. His shop is in Fleets street. I believe it is, pretty notorious that Carlih-'s shop is called the Teoipte of Reason. The ollire for tlie Republican and Deijt is painted over the door. I have seen Hunt al a meeting al the Crown and Anchor Tavern. .Ilwasnn the death of Sir S. Romily. Sir F. Burden was in tbe Chair. This was the first lime i saw Hunt.' Mr.'Hunt-My l.�rdi it matters not wlielheror not 1 was at a public meeting with Mr. Carliie.' Every niauis presumed iiiuucent until proved guilty. Mr; licAHL^TT-He ivas under an iudiclment at Ihe time of his attending the meeting. Mr. Justice B^ylky-This is not evidence against the Defendants; it is nol proved that they koew he kept a shop of the kind described. ^ I was not at Carliie's (rial. 1 nevef was al a public meet-ing before the .10th. 1 saw the processions inarch through tlie town. 1 cauiiol say how many persons were on the field. The people were janiiued very close together.- 1.heard Air. Hunt's address. 1 was al a distance from Mr. Haul's cai-ricge when he nirived,aitd could not lell who were in it. Rer-examiued by; Mr. Hunt.-Tlie people were not drawn up in military order on the ground. Had the whole uieeling been in line, I probably might have furnird �ome idea of their uumbers. . I never heard thai Carliie had been con-victed. uf any crime before last August. 1 know ihat Wooler was tried before AugUet last; but I have uol hrar.d Ibat be wag convicted, I never saw you in company with either Carliie �rWuoler.. I Ihougbt Ibe people iu the field were ill avery.uumiiilury order. I saw nonewilh large slicks, ur with staves shuutilered -as soldiers carry muskets. It did not people,luund tbe hustings looked like disciplined troops, reuily to protect you orflght for you, as occasion required.-. By the JuooE.^They did no,t appear ready lo fieht, for they had not anus. It ilid nut strike me, as a military man, ' that the parlies I saw must have hern drilled, in .order to enable ibei^t to walk'as they did, I Could, tell by the car if a body of troops were inurehliig, from their unifoimily of step. It d^d.UQt strike my ear thai the parlies ,1 saw were marching in miiriary order. I ihiuk the row� were some paces from'each other. To the best of my belief they did not lurk up as,soldiers do in marching. - The people stoo,d so close where 1 was'on the field as iiot lo he in a condition fur of-feusive operations.' Wm. Thelwali exantiined by Mr". Hunt.-I am a builder, and reside at Afanchester. I was there on the 16th of August last.- I live in Lloyd-street, about 200 yanls from the plara where (heimeeling was held; '� 1 have a wife and family. I saWsume ofthe '{irocessiuiis on the 16lb August. They rarae peaceably; in the iiiai manner � peijple walk at club feasts.; 1 wasabmil'inyiiwu business on'that day. I fell np vebavea great number of ^ftitji^ti^ , great espebae. rorn, and examined by Atr. Hnni-�1 am a mamifaclurer iixthewooUen Irade I reside at Salfij�l|-: 1 ulleiided'llicmeetintod ibelfitb of Aogoat, 1 sawVtrjr few nf tbe procesaion^oing to it. I tvenl to, ibe'Aeld aboat half, past eleven 'Iwu aclipg ai a tp^cial conslabie. 1 re.^ mained on Ihe field iq^lut.(opacity udtif between balf-p^at one aiid'iwo.. I refnseW-WaHjjre ayy depetUiOtis'of whatt ha.l seen. 1 remained yntil yon ^m9i|afu|j[,(lie frAlSndj IT** some time afleiwawls.- I saiv sonie of ihu prti3?Mii�iiftJggA^ up. 1 was not exatily iir the line of spi'rlal Coii'stablcs^A^ was near them; i ��s iu Ihe line someUuies. I was'Sftfcn or-lweiily yards from the huslintrs. After ilie c'avaliy, had made their appearance, 1 went lo Mr. Uuxtou'a house, 'iho uieeling waM ilien ptrtially dispeised. 'ITie pailies, came on the fieldiiii sections. 'I'bey Were four or fi've ahreasr, ^nd had music and colours. THts miTde no parrieulac impi eajjoii ou Illy mind at-the-monieiil-. They did. uot coin.' i'n n wa^ tu wulking-slicks, such lis are geHienlfty hrong'lit by |,e'.-Bbns from the country. 1 have seed such at' MiinthfHiij'r Racea.- I did not see Ihem. offer any insult, or viu|* any oife. 1 was nol at that aide'whcre Ihe people cahic in, I was 4urrontilled by a very close body of people. The people iniglu hot know that 1 was a sjiecial cooslable, as I did not shew my stair. I believe some of Ihe oilier cu.uslahlcs did. I saw Ihe Cavalry arrive on Ihe fieht. , ... By (he Jdid that it was'not (b? intention of the. Blagislrntes to inic.--. fere either direclly or iiidir.ectly with Iji'c, Hieetiii};, p-nd-lbere-fore it was thaTlTelt no alarm as Itrthe result. , .1 saw the yeomanry come up lo the erowd. When iji-y advanced to-ward-i ihe hustings, I aiid those'aboul .iiie eudeavaUred to getaway. No resistance was'oft'ered lo Ihein. 1 fell alarmed when 1 saw the military come on the giHinod. _ - Cross-examined by Mr.5cARLKTT-1 have been a sp'etial constable for Saltord two ^eara. The 8peci:il consi'>>blea are persons of roapeclahility. i had often heaid of dcilliiig in Ihe neiglibonrhood before, the meeting, but I am. not. aware that an alarm was,ci-eated in consequence. I.bearrf.iione of uiy acquaintance express any fears. The parlies inarcbed. lo the ground. Tbey were several abreast, am^tuttrched as a file of soldiers, would march 1 ilid uut'perceive aojr cim. diiclors or any who had marks ol distinction, .^uch-as bita of laurel iu their hats. They appeared lo,.n)areh, l^Ue-persons who bad been,,.drjjied.,, 1 wai not.sniilcieully near the parlies to'fee) confiinic'd that, from, ibfir-appear, ancc, they , had been drillKd. 1 cerlaiiijy ^hou,gbt tb'ey would nol bave walked iit, (bat way without .i.uslrurtitius. The impression on my mind was, llial they must' liaveVc-ceired Eumciiistrurtiuii; but as (o drijliug, { know nothing-abont it. Ir-aBnoi tell liuw many.persons were on Ibe-field. I never saw such a nietling before. The hustings wer^sur. lounded, but nut exclusively^' by those who,matched to the ground. Ur. Scarlktt-Supposiug that at ibat meeting speeches had beeu made of au .iuQamoialory nature, by varietis speakers, and in" ridicule of. the local aulhprttie* and'Mligis-Itacy, for Ibe of ji;iinging them into.coutem|>{, wliat ' wonWl have beeu the ctfecl produced respecting: Ibe safety of. the lowu? Mr. Hunt-I object lo Ihe question, be evidence. , Mr. Justice Baylby-The Counsel/pi; Ibe prosecutiaM' bare a right lo ask what he would think of upy speech Ibcy . may imagine to have been made. . bme few Ijf Mb*-pniple-l'sii* 'had'walking.�tirks,�s if;lhry came from'tlfc-cbiinlry ; t-lieij!!, wei^bot'niSiiy Blifts.-.-Tltey'''wrre ai'coli>|ianied by niia^-j �yuuuj|S� otiUt^Mlllrem Isavf iW 'Watihg**'f~'''So'r� Btfore-oiiB- oCcliii^k;' 1  wcrit' la llie onier part of Ihe ineetiuf; about balR.^ast,twe{V^.^ I'^'ii nrvrf ili 'ihe'crothli � f;�aw ctA^^^^ 'kufaliWrs ofTmy^iKHSBfi^^ T^fe Were tliaiiy^bf the''rfiS^^liible ^uftiBfSijA > any ihiug. iu, tlie shape o*l*je(it,tatii_lheyiWinild(it'� '�� se'i've �bat .they now tulter {Orr,lhKir..ri�!il.Br�UjF.sCUlnlu"c(; "' '-Btii we arocouUdeiit tljal tUe Mli�Uv".fa�fel^ tUttiKty *UlC 0 iteivr again condrsl^nd to pray to ahose viho�t:1^iai�'-�uWI,Ori� " k^itrei�,in.theio�i�.r>!!lh,i5 ^kan*ilK,8i>fi�Biiwk�.-'Wheri5 ' will.tli^ clans of,CHrFnpii'tm^fii^HrxHessqt^fiftlli^ ... , .oUr'Cobbetttauii i'te>fHifiM,^tin'R^