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British Press (Newspaper) - October 30, 1820, London, Middlesex KKVtOVAL TO ELEGANT AND EXTENSIVE l?RE. RUSES, 147, STRAND, NEAR SOMEUSET-HOCJSE. li Univ.-nr fn tUf. liasl and Wtst Fttdies (fluperscdinir tin* too r*'di:t'in^' ""ur of fliiiiiel tlirri), and (i) ilie (.'iilil Cliuiiifes, and If iiioniy, iuSuM,sttmped iviili li s N^mr,ice.exclusively :ii Lis VVMOLESALE and Ic!�;.-UI.' EAST INDIA rORfCKiN and BRITISH VVAKICHOUSE, T>lo. ID, ClUCA P-Sl i^K, in enlire Case*, nu- Kxpni iHiinn. atni by ilie i'lTf of t�*i to 52 yards, kitil iti uji.'e "idtlis ti^r Slietliiij;, ut U,l--is. 6d pi-r y.nri, tie. J. >!. it"H(ierlfully' inforii>s F.imilir;* fdritiiiisf .E^tablish-nients on liitir arrival, or ir^vitl:^�,Cotnrtllssi:)ns, s^I'Mlions riiay be inride. lioui'Ihli iicc:iii�tLnrti-d i'icli Vrti*ifty of every Itiul of Fiiinily 'Liiif-iis, -Fiirci^^n and Hritisii D unasfi Tiitjie l.m''s, Seiisiick. rs, ^ ie.'�ilfi �jb^j] wiwfsl fl^ill^)lmb^e''AJi1(l^e�i fi..- Eveiifiiifaiid Myrlijii^'OrtJM,,. ill tijfird;prict!i, friim ftfcicb'iio'ite^iali'oi is mMe ;-atiii'(nose.. Acutlus selerjiu, by: llitrPie'cej^ lit- 'ile'n*)', at ife Hvlii.iedtilfe' prim. Diawiug and Uluing-rouOi Furoilures, MoreciiH, &c. rptlE PubltGjarft,tespectfiillv>iiifoiarfed,..t^^ t", �rHEATRfcVwjil RE-GOMMENGE.iiWsBfASoS THIS EVENING^ Monday, C)eTubfer3(\;w6ttii*i�;|jaaI jesly'sServantBW^ll;^crform the Coniedy of.i .i.i -l t T8is ROAD TOrRUIN;  " ^ Old � Dornioi),' Mr. Mtindeii; fi^aii Uoriiton, Mr."gl'lis-ton ; Milford, STrVBarnard'-'Mr. Siilfe^, 'Mri iGWJie '."GoI J-Siirh, Mr, IfarleyvSilky. nir KnJgA^^^^^ SoiihiayMisiiKefty; ' ^^'idow' Warren, Mra.Harlrtweijyt'iin'^j'-M^^^ "Orgfr/--'' v!,;,:, After wlnc^i.liie favonrite bxtt^iira^^anzavcaUeJ.. . :;;..'GipvANNriri:;LoisppN;^^^^ " r- pon.Gipvarini, 8jad^)e'1re?t"s;.,t^^^ HarJ�y; Mr, FJprepline Finickin, Sir. BarnStd|,/MV.,Dsputy,JEn^lisb, Mr. Gatlj?- Mrs. Lepprelloi Mi�i (CJnbitt; JWisBifion^t^tiii. ^iiixotte, Miss I^orey; .Mrs.,'Eijelish, IVlrs. Q^rgi^r,MrB. Draiireindry, Mra.l}.aflowe; SrjiiaUing Fan, Air;. Bbndn; The iateriorrDf! the.Theatre has been campleiely embell lisbed and tiewlyi4ecoi9lcd. t -- y:.rj Tiie.cliiefpart9rihe;Suenery fans, been repainted, .B�'d a new .4rcbilecIura|.I>rop Sceue, designed aud-eicecnted'-^y-Marinari. . . ... ...r i,... . �....i,..-- :. j. tt-.i-.j 1 The Public wiU, also t>li�-rve(: that external labconnrioditi: tion lias not. beeti-.ncglerted, a comaodious-PonicO' b4t>iiig been creeled iiiiBrydgi's-Blreet; ,ii-rrrri-^i Utj* Pi'Ivnie :6os'Enti;a4>ce,:Liitlu llusnit.sUeei^ �UDtUitM'tvin. pletion of the Koftieo; ! The Doors wiliNeojieiied at Half-past .Si* o *GI(tcIf, and the Performances on each Eveiiiu^ commenceat Sevi>u. i ' Boxes, 7s.; Second Price, Ss. fid.-Ptf, 3b. 6d;; Second Price, 2s.-tower Gallery, Ss.; Second Price, t7ppe^ Cillery, Is.; Second Price, 6d. - . - On Wedntsday; Romeo-'EseisAXJ?S. By the Priiicipal Dancers from the OperaTlOi?�e,-..._ A Private Bpx may be bad for tlie;SeasoUf'ar'nighlly,-of Mr. Brandon,ntthfrB?x-0(Bc�. - Places for ihe..Boxes to be taken of Mr. Brandon, at tbr Biix-Ofilce, Harl-street,from Ten till Four. , Boxes, 7s ; Second Price, Ss.iSd:-Pit, 3s. 6d.; Second Price, 2s.-Gallery, 2s.; Second Price, Is.-rUpper Gallery, Is.; Second Price, 63. To-raorrow, the Opera of Rob Uoy Macgregor, With Too Lata for Dinner. ,^ . On Wednesday, ibe Comedy of TheClandesline MarriO;^ -after which, for the first time, a Ballet called La*FJlIe Mai Gaidee-and Tlie-Bende*vQa;. . . On IViday, The romedy of Brnmrr feftni*, Ml�i Tree tliei- first appearance this seasnn). Sliakapeaic's Comedy of Twelfth Night has been for iiome time in preparation,and will speedily be produced ; in which �will be introdnced Songs, Duets, Glees, and CborusM, selected entirely from Ihe Plays,' Poems, and Sonuets of Shak.ipcare, : OLYMPIC THEATRE, NEWCaSTLE-STREET, STRAND, npHIS EVENING, MONDAY, Octob.-r 30, i will be produced (seveolb time), ai^ entirely new Pre. lude, entitled, TO BE LET BY AUCTION. The principal Characters by Mr. Wrench, Mr. Oxbeiry, Mr. G. Smith, Mr. Kirby, Mr. Vale, Mr. Herriuii, Mr. Rowbolham, Mr. .Salter, Hlr. Cogan, Mr. Howard, Mrs', >V. S. Clialterley, Mrs. Lazenby, Miss Withamj'Mhis Hea-4ry, and [Vliss Tnraer. An Occasional Address will be spoken by Mrs. W. S. Ch;.tlrrley. After the Prelude, the Burletta of ROCHESTER; - Or, king C(^ARLES thr.SECOND'S MERRY DAYS. Ituclieslir, Mr. Wrench; Muddle, Mr. Oxiierry ; Balaum, nil-. G. Kiiiitb. Countcas of Lovelaneb, Mrs. Lazeiiby ; Silvia, .Miss Witham; Bell, Miss Healey. To conclnde with the favourite Bnrlella called THE DIAMOND ARROW. Fontaine, Mr. ^erring; Mousienr Anselm, Mr. Row-fceibam ; Hilaife, Mr. ftoward. Lucille, Miss Witham. The Doors tvill be opened at Six o'Clocfc, arid the Per-furmance cummehre at a Quarter before Seveii precisely. Half-price at Half.psst Eiehl. (fiif-,FN!�horId;B'ari�liS" jKi. .App1y=^ ^^tfSs**'^ BOr^N'i'ana' __ i.a'hi-eadheedlftsl�eet.'^ =� , --�>.;,! ..-^1 �ri...i:-v,nd V>ft, will r&r. in ali the must tasteful French colours and patterns,, for morning, dinner, and Elegant Indja Imitation Shawls, from Oriental designs, from two to fifteen,giiincas each, at A. Sliciirs's, Bedford-house, No. II, Heoriclla-�treet, Covcnt-garden. in a few days will he published, in one vol. 8vo. by BALDWIN, CRA DOCK, and JOV', Paternoster-row, 4UGUSTUS; or. ilie Ambitious Smdenl: being a brief Attempt in illustrate someof the various �ffVcls of Literature uppn the Mind when deeply sludied. THOMSPN'S CHEMJSTKY-NEW EDITION. In a few days will be published, in 4 vols. 8vo.' A S V S T E iVl OF C H R M E S TR Y. 1\. By THOM.4S THOMSON, M.D. F R.S. L & E. Ke^ius Professor of Chemistry in the University of Glasgow, &c. � TheS'Xtb Edition. Lo.ndon: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy; and ;for, William Blarkwopd, Edinburgh. inpHE LONDON MAGAZINE, No. XL for ��'M. 'Noveniber, published by Baldwin, Cradocfe, and Joy, .^OBtains tlte^l'ollowing Articles�- The EiiinTii'HeaiB; the Literature of the Nursery; Christ's .Hospital five-and-thirty years ago ; Old Stories, Nu. III. the �^Page faithful to Death; Sonnet written on leaving Le?ds; � Hetvellyn ; The Fairest, frbiii Ihe German ; II Conte di Car-magBOla; Blackwood's Magazine; The Protestant Church of -Krance; Venus de Mfdicis; Lines written at the Tonjb of ^Aifieri; To----; A Promeniide on the Pradoal Madrid; �thei-jPisherBiao's Rebellion; Croly's Angel of ihe World; ^aioke Wlli} H�ghe�'B Travels iii ^Sicity, &c;V flieport uf Music; Gleanings froVb-T'oreign Journals; Literary and SHentiflc Intelligence; Hitlpricnl and Critical Summary of Intelligence; The usual Ilejferts, Lists, &r. T- > AFRICA. In a few days will be published, by BALDWIN, CRADOCK, and JOY, HE TOUR tif AFKICA : Containing a con- else Account �f all the Countries iu that Quarter of the Globe hitherto visited by Europeans, with the Mangers and Customs of Ibe Inbabilaiits; selerted from the best Authors, and arrangnl By CATHERINE HOTTON. Volume the Second, 8vo. price 128. with a Map of the Sutitbern Portion of Africa, ' The Third Volume, completing the circuit of Africa, and embracing, with the other two volumes, an Epitome of all the Knowledge which has yet been obtained relative to that interesting portion of the Globe, is prep-aring fur the PrelB. THE QUEEN'S TRI-4L. HOUSE OF LORDS, Saturday, Oct. 28. The Lord Cliaucellor entered (he House and prayers were read before ten o'clock. The names were then called over, aiid Counsel were culled in. The Attorney-General resumed bis address. When he closed his observations yesterday, be bad brought down the evideuce nearly to the i.iid of what had Ireeu termed the toug yoyage. He had omitted to notice an eveut which oc- of Eiiilaiid, he meanlilie peiformaiice of (be seiviceof Ihe Pro. Iisl^int Rrligion-ihat service, the performance of which she Ought must stiiolly to liiive ciif.ircril. But no, that over-wlieliniiig passion which . nslaved iier, led her to oiii'l the per-(iiruiiince of timl scrvice-7liioui;h she could accompany her f.ivoiiied man lo hii, own place of worship,.sbe ncgleeled IhiLt which it wjs the duty of the Quci-ii of Kustaiid to huvo tdiserved-ipost s.nelly. .But wliAl is thciOidcr Tlie.(xr.iiiil �Master Wits ijergiiiui, for the �'first tiine: distinguished by_ the liljc of Coluuel, iIiourIi his rank in the army never exteedcd. lint of Qimrleimaster, au-swring to th:^t of an Gngjikh arrj^'uut. 'Ilus' was uiiLudiiitioii to his Barony aiiil,,titles of iCnighthoud-he w.(i8 to be the Grand Al jsler.Tj'^y w.o.nhl: lind, the diplomu was siirueit by Iter Royal ^Ui^bn,ess,-.uod'by Bergami as.Grand Mafter. \\v; said thai this was a. .most :impoi.taut fact-it was it fact wbieb more Jliail:,any. ottter. prove-1 the sort of interroiirsn which existed belweeu lbtul..i. Why was this, inun'nioic^ lli-^il aiiy (>ther:i of. lh.ei^uile. to made Grivud-.MiiSlcr ?'-| ila'4 lie,)|�iie.,,i?)(>,i:e,.((iupi iqiHy olhev ? Oh,- yes!; bediUUipt^i.' iW;tef_.^af^ iiii .the,: puJucrPjiJanikdufiiig ^tioi jout-rij-y from Jalfa to Cappodanda; that wa.t the reason, and he would leave the mutter with their Lordships, Uewuuld So mucb-less than he had stated in the opening. How sFO'idlhe case with his Learned Friends for Ihc defence? Biit: bow,"be'would'aBk, stood Ibe cuse.on the evidence produced^?: His Learned Friend (Mr. \Villiams) had pledged faiih^lf thht Ihree witnesses shbuld be uruduced, but two only had been examined. He could guess ivhu the third was lo be: but she (the Countess Oldi) Ihey had nut ircii-lured to bring forward, though from very diiTL-ient reasons. Vassali and Ilownam bulb say, that the baggage'was never uii|iarkeil; so thai all the preparations of which the former bid spoken must have been out of doors. He slated ibat oil Ifis return from Inaprnrk, their Lordships would iiud it at piige937, that he found her Majesty ou the bed, covered with a shawl, ursumelhing like it. But again he asked, was this a case lobe determined ou circumstances like those? Was a lady to remain for hours together iu a bed-rdom witli a man without Imputation or suspicion, because it was nut known whether she were dressed or undressed? It had been extorted frniii the witnesses on their-cross-t-xamination, ihit they had nut set out till broad daylight, which corresponded precisely with Ihe account of Demon I. Ou Vsssali's returu from Inspruck he felt no fatigue, bv never retired lo rest Ihe whole night, but wa.^, according to his owff account, entirely occupied in Walkiii;; in and out of her Ruya'l Highness'B room wilhoul any reusou or motive whatever. It was true he carried her Royal Highness suiueihing to eat, btil- that Inmeiluul to be not till six o'clock. If Ibat were considered a Iriumpbani contradiction to Uemoul, he confessedjhe saw notuu what the triumph was grouuded. He came now to ihe more iinportnnt case al Carlsruhe, and he would entreat their Lordships to examine il carefully, and Ihey would see lhat the' case stood aa firmly as when the- evideuce was first delivered. The important particulars which uceilrred at (|arlscuhe were proved by Barbara Kress: ah^ ha'd occasion to carry walCr into the room of Bergami, which their Lordships itould bear in miud was Ko. 12.nod was in comnuihicai|iuti with No. 10, the Princess's room. Waa that face ti-u^ or not? It was true; there was. do altempt 10 dcAvy-il; thrunglioutihc case Ihei'e was ito-�attempt tO'coi�h;�lirtrtl�rt^'5o>wlfl'tirt irt The contradiction in the preKut insfauce was bo easy, that Iheir Lordships were boutrd 10 believe the diBposiiiou of �h�r rooms was ns staled by Ihe witness Kress, To return to the particulars of her evidence, she stated Ibat oa one cveuiog, on carrying some water into tberoom No. 12, she saw Bergami io bell and Ihe Priiicesasitliug ua the bed- Mr. Denman-^The witness's words were, " She had been sitting on Ihe bed." The Atiuruey-Gcneral said he was going to advert to that rirriinistanre, and theit Lordsiiips woiild recollect Ihc dis. russion whirh took place as lo Ihe words used by the wit-iiess, but he thought there was no duubt from what she afterwards said, of the Princess jumping up, Ihst she was sitting on the bed when she was so unex|ieciedly surpris. ed by the chambermaid. She described the situation of ihe Princess sitting on the bed, and the arm of Bergaihi round her ueck, and that when sbepulercd Ibe room the arm was let fall. She, surprited al finding the Princess in sueh a situation, instantly retired. Now how was that case al. tempted to be met ? ^Vhy, thus: they attempt Iu-account, if possible, for every uiiitule of time while her Royal Highness remained at Carlsruhe. For lhat purpo.^e Lieut. Howoam is queslioncil, and he stales that her Koyal High, ness was almost always al Court, and Ihe whole of his lesii-niony only uniounled to a getierul recullcclTon thil her Royal Highness dined every day al Court, except one djy that she dined at Ihe Margravine's. To slreuglhen that testimony, and fill up the gaps and chasms, Ihey call Vassali, whose memory at Csrisruhe was so amazingly accurate, that he reirullected every thing which occurred there, thungb be could not tell what took place at iVIuuich or Nureiifberg when he was cro89-ex:imHicd to fads whichorcurred al butli those places. The Learned Counsel here read through that part of Vassati's evidence which related-to wliere Ihe Princess patseil her lime whilst al Carlsruhe, and from the minuteness and disliHrtness (if recolleclioii, hejsaid he could not help ihink-(ug (and when their Lordships looked at the crpsa-examin �-tioi), Ihey would, he was sure, come lb a similar conclusion) that great suspicion must be entertained of his testimony. He could uoi help thinking that he jiad seen the evidence of Harhara Kress, and that liiticw tba.1 slip had banded the chiiilc Ip a jagoiVji bian v^hich his Lvarnett^ Prieud had described asdrcssed'iir gretii. 'Phey (lierefurekiiew that servant, fie Went on readiiig fruin llia( psrl of her cross-exaoiiiiaiioii referring to li' servaiit' br'yager dfessed i ngreeu, who assist eil her'occnsionilly'iu raaking iJie beil. This, lie siiid.wrts a fact res)lecting'which the rtllicrside, if il were fajse; liitd il in their |iowt-1f iu have cuutiTidicTed Iter, 'rhey kneWiair ilie servants iviio Wei'e'%boul her; llityiij Highiiifis, "jlify m^^^^ know ifvlietller hiiy liiie of. thbVe wlip' aeciiniphm^^^^^^ al iJial lime was-dVeBsttllin-a'gfc'cn'utiifotiii; "Ihey" iriiVst also know whether her Royal lliglmesi had such a clirak; Ihey might have called Madame Oldij aufi .Ihe other fcmvjiaiU;or,"-, = jifovcd Ihv etunk uot fu.-liave belonged to  hef' Royal ^. .....^ but nothing of fbis had Ihey alteitiptol: and �^i^feti.t fraOftjp2^ tTia^^ cloAk waa Ibe -Pritrefess's,, what was Jhecinnst�nce r Wsiw cntne,�hr;cIo�fc:ittlba1 plafce ."^ hotv came ')j)rbuTi'oo% K^jg^l'' wiiich.-^^ re.,,irea�x., tjitdnak of licriBoyal Mij-hue^s in- the bed, of Bergatni;? mati(mi''^'mhtWen^^^^ . J�b ^n�,,t.:i,ad^beea m�.lc,.oo. the otber side >lo di.>wrii>:;. That ; "ijirove Itfivfaqt, or fu accoiHitfur litiu siuy fiay, add tlte'aKirraiioii'hnjI Uecti fWi^^Jdttbrt � .tfi^, of ils^it^a strong ��t�firimilion of the tesiimony (if I 'lhaf>8VsleW'�rilirbwenlAgtt|im pbiert , Kr?sfl,on'tbi�>�Ji,i. -dinothj-n faWslie bad |(roved^ trWrb 'tbost hH*#'lff*eplheiiid(ilgBW^^^^^ -il was sp difficSJi t^.tellnde 10; wilhoul (lisintalinK'their i Liyrd-sbij*, lhaf Ijl^ftnaiufeOf �be case had reiKlfl*d il , iii.eAssaryj Jie. would "tn^.pssWd over WitfilnSl aiiy-comi-mrai^be'niea^t (be disM�'lry.^)f4he staiiis. 1 Sliereitwiu- , ,lief�:(l.,Wie maijuw rW' wlBpin.l&t ��fiuioiy htid been givt^ii, ,au'ii, be� ^Iso ^.neip^mfitcred^he i.baer^jliqiiiB of his ,Lear'iied .Ffttndy M;r.,Pcqni!in,Whu-had ascribed theAiushi-g oJFihe.wrioesi-io iti^eAi^s'vf i^usciuuR-gaili, rather i11b4 , to her ,rapdii>s;ty. But ibeir Loi^iipa, be wai sori^'oitld-feel lliivi the. msnoer in- wh\cli^Iie^uke of those tliiugs, -.ihe^idbt , of which. (Dust Vhock, the feefvngs of anjf,' .Wiipiad'sSjE-ileceurJ, was any tbitig :bat thai a'^"""M? ,gf fharai}teit..,ime?(pve i�|;r..tcstifilony fti l|W>ffl9�| -niiliintir mirt�^;j�j�^(S|B�,i5M�!>ecn called or examined to throw discredit on her characier-. The olhel* side had ni>t beeo lax in their exertiotts, they had an agent ^t Carlsruhe, who had endeavoured in every way lo procure the atteudance ol the Baron de .Enile^ and would any man believe that he had so far ueglecfiid his duty lo his clUul, as not to have exerted himselflu'tbeutmost to procure all possible inforiiiatioii as lo the life, Conduct, aud characler of this witness, and yet they had failed, and not a homan beint; had lliey been ablelo produce who could say a syllable against il. And here n^aiii he bad lo cii(t*plnin of ihnt Press which was so scattddlously iinil inlam'orisly abused lo the propagaliou of the most malicious slnit^lers upon Ihe characler of this witness, iu reports of speeCies pieteiided or said to have been delivered at'public meeting's, but which he did Aut belitve were ever spvken, eirculniiiig the foulest calumnies respecting her liavingaoH'ered ao iufa-inous punishment at Carlsruhe. Her character was blasted uut of that House, but it remains utitarnisbril within it. Every infamous reporl Iu her discredit had been spread lo excite a feeling iu Ihe public miud against her; every scan-dal.MiB rumour lhat co^ild be iiiveiiled, l� gratify Ihe depraved appetite fur slander of the people, who greedily swallowed any calumny, however gro.s�, that had been circulated for Ihe purpose of blackening her character, and throwing discredit on her testimony. But nol a siugle attempt lia,�-^~ !n-ltwir power Iu gel him tu come over, and his own Goveramrul had given him Ihe necessary, permission. But he could nut but suspect thai his Le^trued Frieuds had no-wish for the Baron d'Ende. Hi� evidence, lie could out hnl i^nk, would oat have availed them iu this case. His memory, indeed, could not have been more particular than that of Viissali. Again, they liad asked him why he did not call Grimm, a person jipou whose cliaracirr hia Learned Friend, Mr. Brougham, had indulged, in an unfounded and slanderous attack, although he knew that he could not be railed, because he could iglve no evidence on this poiut, f-ir Kress herself had sworn ibut she did not know him, aud be was nol in Ihe inn at the lime. The chararter of Kress then remained unimpeached, she had sworn lo facts within her own knowledge,and which might, if untrue, have been contradicied, but lhat had not been attempted. At Tiirio aa:ither fact had been sworn to by a wjlnesB, and no utlempl made tu impeach his credit. He had BWOin to fads, lo which nu con tradition had been given ; and If Iheir Lordsiiips were not lo believe a witness under such circuinstauccs, llieu no testimuny Ibat could be given would ever avail iu any case. The Learned Gentle-miu then read from the inittnles, the vvidence of Francisco di Rollo, who swore thai when reuiriiirtg from the chamber of Ihe dame dlionneur, whither he had been to carry somethinif, bciweeti nine and ten iu the morning ; he bad to pass llirougli Betgaiiii's bed-room, and saw him come out of the Princess's cbambtr, dressed only iu a loose dressing-gown anil drawers, and go lo his own bed, of which he drew open the curtains, and Ibe bed did not seem tu have btien slept iu; that Bergami ou seeing him, called him a scouinlrel uiid asked what brought hitn there, he immediately went away. This was m fact whirh might have been cuiilradicled ; the dame d'honneur ntighl have been called to -ttisprove il. His Learned Friends had argued must eloquently that Ihe roulradio lion was must material, even ou the least impor.aul circumstances uf a case, and yet here was one proof of those habits which were found tu recur throogh the whole of Ibis case, aud Ihey had not calkd any evidence to conlradict il-He now c:tme to thai part of the case which related tu the lime her Royal Highness was st Trieste. Here his Ltarued Friends thought lhat Ihey bad secured a great triumph- but how ? 'I he fact whii b had been sworn to they did bol allenipl lo refute; they only endeavoured lo produce a con-Iradiction as to the lime her lloyal Highness stopped at Trieste. First, there was the eviilence of Mr. Howuam, who stated thai her Royal Highness arrived ou one day, and weut away on the next; and, to corroborate himself on this point, Mr. Hownam had produced a letter, dated on Ihe 18th of April. But did it follow that, because this letter was dated ,iu thelStli, it was written on the 18tb, and on no other day ? Vassali, loo, swears Ihnt her Royal Highness remained only a day and a half; Vasssli, uf whose exiellent memory the affair at Carlsrulie affords such meinurahle proof. Then, to prop up their evidettec at the close of the case, the Counsel for her iMajesly (Mr, Urougham), with that adroitness for which he had been so r( niarkable tlirough-uul the whole proceedings, had produrcd a foreign newspaper, and before he knew wliethrr it could he received, iu evideiire or not-iiay, knowing well that it could nut be received, had read an exiract from it, which went tu (on-fiiin Ihe statements of Lienleuaiil Huivuaiu and Vaisali. | Was il necessary, ohsevveil the Leai ned Couuael, tu otiVr j any coiniueut upon sorb a puce of no.evidence as ibis?- Why had his Learned l-rieod recourse lo il, if he had | relied so tiruilyas he pretended on the excellent memories of > Vassali and Howuam ? But why, insieBd e.f taking any pains i al all about a matter of such comparative uiiimporlauce us 1 Ihe lengib of tiijie her Royal.Highness slopped at Trieste- j why had they not rather prijdiiced witnesses lo (oiilradict j Cuchi, if he could be contradicted, as Iu the silualioii of the { rooms iu the inn, t|)e doors, and llie haoginics ? The Qu.eii j had doubtless had her T.riesle. as well as eUe-where, and if l|ie fncts^hat Puclii deposed lo were uui.wue, there could have been no difhpulty iu procuraig witnesses to refute thein. When, therefore, not a single had been produced to slii-w that Cuchi,'v0j^istake(l. Bui if the roun qusliees which h ol Ix c" Ihtlm-ilcd stmold firtrow upon any p-v-^ of the evitleiiee whic" had been eiven Wtbe course uf i^se proceeoings, il sliooM b� remembrrrd that other ..persvniii mighi be fi.uud, Kiigli-li a� well OS Italians, whom it �Bs vidence oi S4rrh;, ' iind be waff-ijol ^Inih; surprised al fiiv sarcasm which lit-, ' Learne^i) prlgrfirfi jf?i*Biiiugi)�n), bkd thrown out on lie CuonscL fj>r Qk. proseriitiiin, wiih, jCSpeci to the cslioiaii. n ^� Which ihej'jiivi' lji,e/ev>te;>pe, o as il'ti.ey h.i.t 'repr^��-ut^d, ip tfl^r . lljifdships tliajl he v�s ^ Oian _dtsei v vi^of 'm'tMT freili^,;i)^ciiinie he �' ' ' ' of N(ij�i.'eoii'iB(smp^rljTs('>W''*i�4f(i^ (Jfscripiion ;'ihil I"' w>di -fSt^CfflWrW^JWKs a.Hriaii hiiyiii|� i!^^J'f?^^^'^'J^%^.^^'^afti^s to the sitiiation .of an y,ii-ct e WWIrji to bredilectinn for surh rharar-t(?rs that her Royal Highness b.iti thougbl it hcrcming in bee, as a British Princess, to pe,Non�,'e at a nn.-lc-d tiali Ihe Geniu3 of History, in order to ce.ebratv the arliisve.n.-nisi by crowning wilh laurel the bust i.* a "h.. uas o�i-Of Ihe chief of lhat revolutionary band, i" "v.""mu' �^hnra the best blood of her own nearest reiV'*"'' ""^ shed, and so much of the resources of t,***! if which she was io soon about lo he dure''. I'-'' b^"" expended. What became (said the Lcnrned Coii.^s*',', alier such facts as these, of Ihe sarcasm of his Leafned �Vieiid �� Therefore'let nut the allncks or sarcasms ou the !ir,_"^n uf Siiccbi, injure his rliararter mure ilran sncli condocl >vas t�i be considercft as luwernigihaf of an �iit;livh Prmeess. It*' c'juM not be�ald that Sai^cbi was undeserving uf credit wl lie big teitimony remained iincoulradicied. His I.eaniitd Friend, lUr. Broughaiil, haddwelt much on Saecln's changing bis nroie, ivhirh"ti# taid was in consequence of ihe riot at Dover, altbbagli ft was found that he had chnnirid ic twehre nionlhai'before. But il woold appear from Hie eei-dence that lie did not allnde to the Dover riot wlieu In-gave ihe'answer to'the first question as lo cliuiif^iit^ f.i.h name. He said be took a new name in coiiseqiieuce of the tumults auonin[r tjf Mv Williams,he stated he woulti tall theCuuuie=s OhW, wlio was hi the carriage, but be hap. tint done it. 1 tv-ish she h;itl been produced-, I am sure yonr Lordships wish it. 11 have been belter than ten such wilnpisos as Caii". Fufi, unsuppotted an he is by Hownam and Vassali. Now I your attPiilinii to what Carlo Ftirlt swears, bocanvt- ht ci^ii-tradirt� Sacrhi. Now if I pruve him couti-adit led in xjuk iiistaitre, can you place his Kslimuny in opputiitJoii (u Sarchi ? He tlien proceeded lo slate the evidence ot" Catlj Forli, to Ihe time of his bemj: hired tntu (he service of htr Royal Highness, aud proct'(de- a courier; thai they did him (he fwonr t;-cmination, page 634. i\'ow he nays Saccbi wcnl in ti.* aarratella, and that he (Ki;r'i} arcnmiiaoicd tbe carriage*; H rouiicr at Vhal peiio.l. Nuw \vh;\l is ihe teasou, anti ���i-thiinith il cauPid a smile at ihe lime, y i ^ivc my leavr iu 8ty, I cnunol believe that it was the reus hi. .S.iccht Ii.t! b-eu ill the cavalry, had been h.r.M siderahle perio: s, lhat lr:ive!li(! ali l!ie w.iy iViim Rome to Sene[i:-Ji�lia; hul then he prucccdi to Maic (he ()rder in which tbev prurrt ded, a'ld then he tiitooul^ U�i-three on!v Now let ns luok. to ihe :-"rcoMuT j;ivtn liy ll'iv.--uam autl Vnp�aU ae to thv cariiages. In jiajie T-So, nuwnn-i wiK nol venlnre to' sw'mir th:tt Cailo Foiii .'m (.Vjinpuni^ ,1 them on thiit j.iCirney.. He s�\s I'lat the Counni-s C>\i., It^rgami, and Utile ViCloriiie, travtlied in rlit taiiii^l- uT W.y IVtucess ; �>o that in tliili, but'vveatlier then.- were t (u('r-sons in the carHa'tte bc-iidta the Utile Vict'ii-te, who ii w*: eo hot t.-u lhat ihey �'en-o'ni^ed to li aret ijy m:'.hl. would have mtppoaed, writ n ihtie wa.'^ a vacai.rv in i tie i t �� r carriage, she would have stul iht- Connu's-s Oi. i in.u ;:>-:t : >;i'i i lo M i j '^:s uinp-iaied t'le r -i., ' ^- s- "i  il! w iiich her (( } il ii -nil curt.Jtus (wi uh .� <.!  - '.nit); aii'l iiO es t.i^:; ;