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British Press (Newspaper) - September 2, 1820, London, Middlesex I * * I ' ^ LONDON, SATURDAYi 5SJSPTEMBER 2, 1820. Price'7d. TtiBATttpinblFAt, DHURYJiANB. ' Ai^eeabl; (0 Ihe formerrAdrertUementv tb� Tbeati� j9,no� open fov 1^ ^airpfrfarfflaacei otMr. K)ap,Jiefore,W� iMjiitweil�putureff|M',Ajneriea,; ,..... HIS fiVENlNG,' SATURDAY, Sept. 9i his MajeHy!*-Sa*aat� will p�rfornli;lbe Tragedy of BRUTUS. LuGitii Jiitoltit jBralos, Mr. Kean; Titos^b; a youni; Gf n-tlemaii (bi�'firit'app&rancc); ^xtaiTaranin, Mr.;Thpiii|>r ii; Arunsilirr.ftttas^lli CoHatinua, Mr. Pope; Lui;rctius, T Mr. Puwe1l;;.PUv,iupL Coranna,'Mc. Gattie.' fl>>o> Mr�. Egerton; Tai>qaMa,.Mra.'W/WM  Xncretia, Miss Cubitt;. . t i.!.,iW�A'*�iwhn:h, the Farce of ' ^ i &?�M5iiMfiRRV MOUUNERS: -Cnrkletop^ -Mr. Maadoi; FranV, Ittr, Wliiams; Joey, Mr.^Rnicfati >Mi�;s.�Sebau�l^�Price, 3s. ed^Pit^ Ss^ 6d. Second Pricey-3s.�Lower.\Gattery,''2�. Secood Price, Isi-Upper GsUeryvi-UiiSecUiJd Pricej 6d.. * >; i ; ; The>DuorswiH-be^periedat^^Half-p&st Six oTCIocVj and itePwfotmancta Oft each-EreniDjt commento; at Seven* '' 7Ji^f::^rK>I^ktfiBtiMt be �iKitiIrd to �b��c. "Perforiifi aiicct, ttie PubUc:Prest�l�^escepted. �' - . OnjMonilayi Maeb6(b,'�Uh;TbeDeaf to^er; ' n" THfSvEVENING. SATURDAY. Sept 2, \f*\l beferrormed (4th time-these tnenty.six years), THE SUICIDE. TobinE, Wr.CXemblp.; Tab\{y, Mr. Terry; Dr. Truby, Mr.-Younger ;ealcbpenny, Mr.WiUiamH; Ranter,/Mr.'J. Russell; bounce, Air. Connor; Sqaib, Mr. Farley; Win-grave, Mr. Barnard. Mrs. Grogram,-Mrs. Pearce 3 Nancy, Mr2.~ltlard}-a; Peggy, Mrs. i^ones.  Aflervbiclii , , ' ...BCJMBASTES FURIOSb. To eoBctitde-wiiblbe favourite Comedy of PIGEONS AND CROWS. ^ Sir- Peter Pigwig^itfi-Mn Liston; Capt. Pi^wie^'n, alias-| Neville, 'Mr. Jones j'-mr. Mas; 'Mr. Williams ;^Mr.Waddr' Mr. Farli-y'; Mr; Btonrfeau, Mr; J.'Rnssell; Tom, Mr. Bar-" nard. Mrs.^Harvey, Mrs. Pearfie;-Louisa, Miss Leigh, ' Boxes, 5s.-Piti38.-.i-First Gatleryi'2s.-Second Gal-; Iery,.4s. . i_ , The Doors to heopened atSix o*ClocIc,and the Performance to besTii at Sfven.  Places for;tbeBoxes to be.talceu ofuMr. Massiugham, at the ThealliB.---^' �-� .;- - Private Boxes miy be'%bad, nightly, by application at the-Box OiSce.. ; ' � �'� ^ ' - (111 Tucsdayj Doe Days m Bond-street! with The Suicide. THEATRE-BOYALi ENGLISH OPERA-HbuSE, ' ���  - ^'i-;-. STRAND, THIS :EVENI1SrG; SATURDAY,:^^^^ wijiiie performed the.Coraic Operetta, called .' , belles'\VITHOUT;BEAOX; v , . ; Or, the LADIES AMONG THEMSELVES. ; Mrs. Dashioetoni^Miss Kelly; Virginia,:;Mrs. W. S, Chat--terle^;. Eliza, Miss.Carew.; Mrs..'Greendra));on,JVIrs Grove;. Mrs. Mode,.Mis's Love;:Mrs.Easy, Mrs. Bryan; Pf(scilta, Miss I.SteVebson. , "�, After-wliicb,- 30th-lime, a nev^ Romantic Melo-draraa,- in' - 'three 'pattSf founded on; the celebrated Tale' called--  - ''' the VAMPIRE; Or, THE bride OF THE ISLES. - . . Characters in the.inlroductory V�ion.^TbeVaiBpire,i Margaret, Mrs.:\V.S. Chatterley; Vnda, Miss Love;-Ariel, Hiss Worgman. Characters in the: Drama-Rothveii, Mr. T; P. Cookej Ronald, Mr;- Barliey; .Robert, Mr. Pearmau; McSwiII,:Mr^ Haelev. Lady Margaret, Mrn W. S. Chatterley; Bridget, Mrs. Grove; Effie, Miss Carew. i i: ^ To concludeLwith.'the popular Operetta, called THE RCNDEZ^'OU.S. Capt. Bolding,Mr. .Broadliurst; Charles, Mr.; Rowbotham ;� Qiiake, Mr. W;S; Chatterley; Simdn; Mr;-Harley. Sophia,' Missilelly;: Lucritia^ Mrs. S. Chatterfey ; Rose, Miss I. i�levensou.. .\'� i-'i: ��.�u : .-i .�; ��� ./. � The spacious Saloon :has-been again-tastefully'fitted up' with a-oenr-design,, ^representing nd Illuminated Oriental Garden, aiid will be.opened as usual at Eight o'clock,.for the admittance.'Tofc.theSccoud Pnce,- -which commences at Nind Doors open at Half-past Six, aud-the. Performap-ce to he-' ^111 at Seven. - i  i . Private Boxes may be had nightly of. Mr. Stevenson, of vliom Places arc to betaken,at the Jiox Officej Strand En-lrance,froniTeiMiH Four; On Mfiiidayi The 'Plirse-after which, first time,' 8� new Operatic Drania,.in three acts, called The Baruu De-Trenck -and Fire and Water. : ; � FORJfHETlENEFlT'OF MR. LISTON ^ TH-EATRE-ROYAL, HAY-MARKET ONMONDAYjNtXT,'September 4, 1820; will-be performed (first time this Season) O'Keeffe's Comcdv^called �-"  ' ' ' ' ,,THE,:^UNG QUAKE^^^^^ Old SadIjoy,'RIr". Meredith;'Young Saiiboy,'Mr. Jones; .Sliadracli, Mr.;J.,Russell; Spatterdasb,. Mr.. Farley; Clod, Mr. Listoji.' �AraBiiiita (first time). Miss R. Corn, who will iiilruduCelheSougur " Hail to the Happy D Listoo, No. S.1, Suho-square; and of: :!tlricMaesiusham,:at-the Theatre, where .places for. ilietBoxesmaybetakeii..: -i - -. . . ; ;; NJtW CABIGATDRES. . : , Jnst published, by FORES, 41,.PiccadilIy, , OYAL GREElN BAG, EmIb UesTore.l; ____; Reflection, Innocence TriamphanI, i ISew/ Farce, Green jBag Contents and Appendages, Uuexpefited Visit, Opening Green Bag,; Falata^! and his Ragged,Creiy, Pageantrv put off, Measitre.of. Happiness, -Appeal to Bft-tonSj.Oh my Mother! Royal Salute,: St.Stephen'sBeUman, all 2s. eacli, coloured ; also. Royal CoudesceDsioii, and Ro>al Visit loa Foreign Capital, 28,63. each; and thousailds of others at Is. each, - -, - Folios of Caricalnrea Lent out for the Evening. MILLARD'S .ibVa$i|tted~f^i" the East and .We^t ;} Z.INE,Ni>: XLI. for AUGUST, 1820. CbNTENTBr-^l. iTif Ayrshi Legatees; or, the Corres-pnndence^ �)fthe-i1?riiiglie Family. No. 111.-II..: Daniel :0'Rou'flie,"aii;Epic Poem, in SixCaiit�s; by FagartyO^Fo; garty, Esq.of Blariiey. Canto t, Patrick Blake-III. The - Caraeifonian Bahadi^lV. ^oiodsqf the Mind. No.7. Mid^ : night'.'Waiideriiigs;' No. S The )t minutes to ten o'clock the Lord Cbaiicellor en tered. the House and priryera were read.- The'u'sual forms being gone through, the Cuuosd took their-piaees. - Zbuifa Dumonf was put to the bar and cross-examined ' by Mr. WiLLlAJts. ', ~ i und.erstand you to have said you have beep in'England thirteeii months? Yes. ',':. j Have you ever,been out of Bnglaiid during these ihijrteeh months? No. ' . . . - � i uiiderstnDd yOu to have said that yon do not understand Eiiglish:?" I understand En'^tish a liitl^^ but i can't'speak it with ease, , 'i'HaVeybu rereived any lessons in English? Yes, �Howidiig liave you been taking les'suns ? Koii mouths-I don't exHClly recollect. Da=you~mcan from foiir or five monllis up to tlie'present time, or'cifme. time bark? i have becii these last, two rooiithswithout taking any lessons. ' '/HaVtydiiiieycr (fp' all ? Sometimes." Koiir or five :' TlibiigU jwii.AihfdIuoi explarhyoiirself easily rii.Eugli^^^ yptt wiiderstahd it whei 8^ nbt'oit^rslaiiJ-hll-'fha bul'one i)ii*atioii )^u(,to itie by iliai Solicitoi^-'G'eiieral:yesterday, I did uVde'rstaiid,^ ' Di) youqMean toiTrepreaeht, that iif.all the.various ques- RUPTURES AND STRICTURES. O UPTURES speedily and radically CURED, MM) wilBoUt^rain.-or Interrnpfion to the usual avocations �f the Patient.; not by the'mere use of Triisse , which loiig experience has proved to be ineffectual, but by a Course of Remedies -Mr. DUFOUR,Sivgeon to the Daranian Dispen-dry for the Core, of Strictarea, and sole Proprietor and Vender of Daraii's Medicated Bougies, having, during a �our�eofupwards-oJ27 years of exlensite practice lucAses of airicttire, obseiVed uuroberless distres-jiug ihstaoces Rupture, he has ardently appUcd himself to discover a re. meiyforKo'prevalenfamnlady, and which lie has happily accomplivhcl. The foflowing Attestation is J*-""",^ great number, cOplainad in his Treatise '^"''^^^^^^^^^ Cure of Ropldi'e:-'' P�ish of St. Anh, W^stmiustir, Workhouse, July*'��; 1819- We, the Overseert of the Poor of liiH hkA, hereby' c^rtfy, -..hlil' William Gosliue,'"^*'''''-*'''~'**"""' "w'n "of 'the tooor..iiow,-in: Iner tioiis pnt^fotybii by Ifieiiulicito'r-Ge^^^^^^ 'ye�lerd^y,'y�i uii. ^�i^tabd blily:mie:bf them ^fpre transl^^ jiii'der^iubd soiriei btrt iiot ally besides.' I did tiut hndiratahd su'pirfectly astd be abte'tO'aiiswer';' '_'�''~'  - ' . Howinaiiy'did'yoii understand, the greater or lesser p,6f-tibii?:. I'-Uiiderstobdsbafe.'. ^ ' '' , Wei*tl>%^lheiri�tar or le^ser'qii'ahlity? Soiiie 16f:those which *�Al'h;e,shui'rt�t,' a.:.. � �' Sincey^n'tin-vp' liiiiii in '1 thesamV " name. i *ifrfetbjeshortitt.' . ceViiii'bifviliceb in England, have yiiri alwaya.hdriie imViamC ofibuisa Duinbnt? -No; I.biVe^m^^ Norvrtre AerW'cillid^by any b^e?:~ Oiici';^ 'was W -called,-^ � ' � .'andChirleaMoore (fWo of the poor.uow.^lll�lhe Workhousaif *lh�9>arrsh>, being severely atficted with Ruptures, yerertdl by Us to Mr. Durour for ^V�^^ eared ' Wil�es�otfA*t>ds-Thomas TomkiusoD, J. Moore-head. Wrlliam'imtV^IIiWBrOw'^ty". . . * N ii' Tr&Ms.'^iwtracied on'the"^best-principles, a kept owUtei iaWSA^'**""*"* burins the Oih from Nin^io Fotir,'*i� ftoiB ^ven to Nine, Nrf._48, V^.^ met d'" n�''""y *�� y"�'^!^ doii'i-tetollecl Bnylmdy ^^""''l^'.j/j^j-^V.Weay' 1 Do you swear that (('doD^Tmean: behind your hack, b^t In your presence) you.vere-uatcatledCouDless?. I.will Pot �wear,bul I don't recollect, ---.Z- ' W^a.i't''u9t tomethittj;' new lb yoil lb Le called Coni|t�^? 1 do oot.recoll^ct being so ct^ted:; I .was.called ao once in Frith-street, but never id Oxfi^strect. - Repeat the question to hei;^;Laras fint called Cnantess, Then yon||renot�alled Countess in Ox-f'ird-streeti at least id your .ptopence ? -Iwill nut swear; hut I don't recollect. ' - --^...... . . . What name'did you pats ^yerbowwei-e yau called before' When> ' ^ - When yon lived in Oxfnrd.sOiect;, Columbia. How long were you calldl^Iombiai From, tlie time I errlveil at Dover in Eugland.fjj- ., . - . ; . . " Repeat tliequesliun to lirr.'-rrAskifshetiai,not answered to the title of ('oiiuless of Culumbm to ipersons so addressing her? 1 don't recollrc). . . Will yUi swear thi)( you did nut?. I caii.*t swear, bnt 1 don't rccullrcl. . , . - 1 must have' Ihe qurstioa re)�eated-(Crier of "Order, order.) ' ThfriiaVd ;^ancellur raaid,*�li^;|)�e : Luuls .'coinptained that the Counsel having jiut the ifueitiou Ibree ti^nes, was �ow putting-it a fourth. ,. Mr. Williams submitted tYAt it was such a question as would be permitted on examining any:: witness in other courts. He could not help it if ilie qucstton were put4oo . often. It was thefault of the answer, which was not satis, factory. The Lord Chancellor said, that no objection was stated to Ihe question, either by the Counsel fur the Bill, or by the House, . . , * .Mr, Williams WIS proceeding to defend the question, hut was prevented by ihe cries of "f�o on, goon.'' Afk her this-As you say you can't recollect whether you were called Countess there or not, was it not matter of sume novelty to hear yourself so called' I never was called Countess, except'once in Frith-street I understood witness to have said yesterday, or the day before, that she accompanied the iQdeen, then Princess of Wales,.to Naples? Yes. j Do yo'ii now recollect whether it ^as the first or second iiight after your arrival that the Priqcess went to the upern ? On the^sicoud night after our arrival at Naples the Priucess told me"she was going to the ppera. ' . Then it was the secood iiight ? It was. Yotkdescribed that there were two beds in the apartment of the:Princebs at Narples, a. larger and a smaller bed?. Yes. The smaller bed, if I understood yoti, was a travelling bed-wbs it so or not ? ' As far as I can recollect, it was the travelling bed of the Princess, . Yob mean the smaller bed ? Yes. ' � You have said, that on. the morning after the Princess was at the opera the larger bed had the appearance of two persons having slept in it-was that so ? 1 said that the bed looked as if two i^rsons had slept in it. * I beg. to know what you meant by saying in a-previous part of the examination, when you said tliat you bad observed the large hed,.yuu perceived it had been occupied, but ^u could say.uo nibre about it? 'Sutheobjection being put to this question, Mr. Williams directed the aniwer which he had qiioted to be read from the notes, iirwhich it was .entered,." I kqbwiibtliiug about it." "'The-SbliC!lor?Geiierol sai.d,4hat.thb subsequent evidence, to whirh the queslmufirs't referred, oiiighttu 1>e ireail also. 'Mr; Williams-^> objection.'.pb\ you'iull fur it? As well asM can recollect, it-was.aUoiit twenty mi'nutes after ySu had'got tlie- answer |iut b �juestion respectinj; the matie'rof examination. If any bbjectipn'Were.felt to the terins on which such exatninatiun was^ quoted, the regular way wfar th6u to i-efer to the uolcs. I wish til know whether, wheb she was desired to describe particularly the state uftiie great bed, she did uot understand it ttr relate to persous sleepiiig ib it? I'un'derstqad.'hat 1 was asked to say in what cunditiou the bed was, if much deranged. � '. ' �' " ''_ . ' ' Did she not uuderstaud that she was to describe paril-cillarli) the deraiigedisut of the bed ? I did not Understand that-l was to explain it particularly, but I could explaiu it particularly at present. Yon gave Bonie Brcuunt how the fiamily Slept at Naples, I beg to know' the different room's, aJidwliVe.Hieroaymiis slept? Thedoorof Hieruiiymus's'rooib was in'the curri-dbre.'in which was ihe door of her'Royal Highness's rbotn.' Ask her wbeHier Sir Williani Geli and Mr; Re'pper Crai ven had not their servaiils sle'eping there at the'sa'me time ? I .saw them during theiilay'-tim'ej Pot know 'if they slept in the same iionse.' V ���''� '�� � iiolb of thiem had, howeyer, men servants at lhat titiie ? Each of them had'one sei'vaui. - ' ' MeuseryaUts?' Vis,' / ., . ^ � The witness meaas to say that she docs not know where those servants slept? . I do not know where the rooms wei e, 1 never heard it ineutlohed. ' - YuH mean to swear that you do not know where either of theui slept any one night during their st-jy at Naples? T will nut swear, but 1 du.uutrenicmberat all, Du you meuu lu shew that yH'tt'do not recollect where tne servants of Sir Wm,Gell and Mr,-Reppel Craven Slept on any one iiight'du'ring th'rirstay at Naples? At this moment I du not recollect it at all, � Where did yuu sleep yourself? In a smalt aparlmeut ab�ve her Royal Highness. ' Did you sleep uluue ill that room tSbe had two rooms) in. one 1 sirpi,' and Annette � in Iheotbrr.-p 'That is nut an answer, did yuu sleep alone lu that room ? 1 slept alulie in that room. - -Everyniithl? Yes, ' ' And that you now swear ? That I slept in roy room alone ? Yes, - �� � --''� The whole night o/oaF? Alone. - - '-'Every night, and the whole of the night, alsoe ? I slept ail alone in iny room. ' - . -  . If 1' recollect aright the witness said'lhat one night she saw Bergnini coming out of his own'roum undressed, at NapleSj-is itsu?' Yes. � '- At Naples' Yes. - i - How soon after your arrival''at Na^le^, as nearly as Job can recollect? It is impussible.forme to say;, 1 du nut re? collect. ...... ... - - � 1 urn not asking-pai'ti^olarly to'a. night or two, but as nearly'asyuu caarehierober?"''! caiitt:sayV'precTftely; ' ' ' ' - l'du:KOtask you 'pr�i-i8ely,' Of-exaetly, but as uearly as you can' remember?''We wct^'four mouths alNaples; 1 can't recollectjirecisely.- �..':'.:'' I du'uot speak of preclnely, nor within a weeic, but as heaiiy aa. you can' recu'llecl ? 1'' cannot 'jrrcullect;' wfwere four mouths at Naples, aud wliether it was �/ne week sooner or later, I can't say,' .. ,. i . I can't recollect to one munth or two, ' ' ^ ' "'Well,'then,'to'three mijntbs? - I can't recollect, it is sit tong'since. :'':'.-;:;-v''-' ;: W.-.-,-;-.-�v -. ........ t ' YA ? ' You Wnot twice atlSaplea Wth the Princess, I believe? We wire onceNaples tttid pnefc-at'tlic'Chilf of Saplia. ^ saw him^nt on that occasion ? I was standing at thc^dpor, ou.piie aide. . . , . -. ',.' ' , .:-�,.'-:�.-.� You speak of a corridor Iniding froth B^r^aim'a raqm. to the roon^of the Princess? -Yea; I was striidiligttt^tttedout. Bergspii's room was at the other end.-of; the'idrHdor ? Not quite at the bottom. : /: . ,. . - Butnearly atthe-olher.end of tbstjtassage^ rt�asia(ner oearrr than the end of the passage. . Was Ihere.fiot. a�laircBse bywhieh you went to.ybur own, apartment^ -There was pui|Uef.god|e out. . . But-where?. I'wa*:waiting r,>r her Ruval Highnesalo givqmeleyve to go,akabedid cvety night. ' But what does she mean by saying, she was going ? Be.-caose her Royal Higbneii� was undressed, aiid'l was.cS|>ect. iug permission to go. ...Where? To my own room. -. V What! without a light ? J had no light. .. Yimharct said that you escaped .through the room of her JRkiyal' Highpea?, ,dul ;y�u ^or, djd yon � not do su7 Ves; 1 lya.w.hife petti-cuatj^iwhat ^e:after.�anla put oil I do^iiot knbwi!-:- J}idjber;RoyaL:Uighaess.',at.atty; other 'time-tt^p inlbe day, during her journey to Jerusalem.? Yes, vCn : - :.-Did youtattend he^Wb thataobcasioiiI helped her to -I vliA to.ltu(iW:ftom ybttltiiDwj .wbetbero^^^ that lecoud limb; heir: Royal Highaesa^.stopped fro'm^ravcl-: lingi>�liebec >to|rarda'.tbe^c�eniu'g;;Vte!itl:ent�dl thRfodtt�i.^he^^^ whiWpetlicoBMrbich 1 layeBlreaay taeBtlooed,;  ?' ^ > Did Ihis^witofss say robe oi jupel Jupl, the s'an'ie as f before mi hti'oiied.  ^ tVhrn the Priucess Was about IU stnrlj to rontlmre I rr journey, had she anything miir'e id ili> li> brr dress Ibaii 1., put on the exterior.bsbilinient yon have bi-fu/'e aiejitiuiitd 1 do not Ihiuk she had any thing rise l�. plit un. You have des6ribed; 1 Ihiuk, your tatting ship at TUnii Iti going loJcrdsalem? - Ycsj. 1 said iilTuuis; we embarked t'hri-e io the �ame vessel to go on. Yuu went on frotii Tlinis ?, Yrs. I believe the crew.conRist.fd of almut ItVenty-lt^o or tweiily -three persons, wag it so ? Yes, I believe it- wiis tlii. And then besides-tlie crew, there *ere abuOCieu er slept in a ditrrieiit part oC (lie ship? 1 du not know where lie sli-pl, but, 1 believe, it was where 1 (old you, uear our dining table.( Did you nut letl me A shoVt time ago it was in adlffrrent part of ihe ship ? 1 said il was at Ihe end of Ihe vessel-in Ihe cabin below, not on deck. I du nut mean the end of ilie vesiel aburr, but below. Do you ineau to swear that the Jew harper slept iheit every night during that vuyage frotti Tnnis^ itulil you lauded? I do nut know where he slept every uiglit. Will you swear you do uu) know where lie slept any one night ? 1 recollefct having heard that he slept llierr, but never sow him. f Then you ilo not know where he slept any one night \ Nu. [The Earl uf Liverpool said, " Ciive lite whole of llie onswfr."J It was then continued.-I said 1 did tiol know where he slept, but 1 was told. " Will you swear yon do not know where he slept during nny part of auy uneiiiglit during Ihe voyage ? I du nut liuutv of my uwn knowlcilge. 1 uodersland yob lu have spoken, a short time bark, uf a -place named C'-harmelz, did you so ? Yes. You said Bergami wrul frhm thence to get a passpoit' f recollect Bergarai went from that place, and 1 undtrslaiid be went to Inspruck to get a passport. Was it on a winter eVeniug ? As far as I recollert, It was in Ihe spring; iu the mouth of March. What sort of-weather was il? I retdllect thcre._wa3 -a good deal of snow. It was a very pooriun, I believe? It was a smalt Inn. If I understand you rightly, you lay on a bed iu'lheaame room with the Princess? Yes. Had you lakin off your ciullies? Not entirely. Had yuu taken off any thing mure than your gown ? i do not perfectly remember, but 1 believe 1 had not. Was the FriiLcess undressed ? -She was iu bed, but I do not recollect if she was undressed. Do you recollect the the Princess was^ in the habit of wearing at that time? Yea. Was it nut a blue habit, trimmed with fur close up to Ihe � n.erk, witha good deal of fur about ii r Yes, iherewas-a great deal uf fur about the neck, bosom, and cuffs. What had Ihe Princess on her bead ? A travelling cap. I,want to know whether the Priucess had not laiii hiiseif on her bed in Ibat dress iu the middle uf the duy ? Vej. J)o you mean-lo-ssy that alter the time when her Rnyal Highness lay dowu on ihe-bed in the middle of the day, sbf. undressed herself at all; 1 stfw her Royal Highnes lying on the bed during Ihe day in the same habit. Did you see her Royal Highness tak^ it off at all ? I ifu nut recollect having seen her tatawt off. ' --. You say you lay on a bed nfthe same, room with her Royal HiKliness ? Yes. Did 1 understand yuu rightly, that yon entered into the service of the Princess in the year 1S14 ? Yes. And remained until 1817 ? Yes. .  - Until the mouth nf November, or tbereabuuts, in- that year ? Yes. � , Did you quit the PrincrS's's service of your own accord, or were you ilischa.rged ? I was. dischai-ged. ^Vc^e yuu not discharged for saying something which you aftPrwards admitted to be false ; Yes; in fact it was liut^lrji-. .Did you go inio anj other service after you-Weredis. chsrgid from the Princes; before you came to England ? No. Did not your money ~fail you before jom came to Eug-land' No. . -� Do you mean to say that you were -not in want of money before yuu came lu England r Nn; betause I had iiiouey iu Switzerland, and I might have got it if 1 had beeu io waut ofil. - Did ydu ntVKt say that you were getting short of mouey ' I do not recollect ever saying so; I have funds in -SuLlztr-laud, and 1 live on the interest. ' _ -Did you never represent that you had failed to save money la the service of the Priucess? 1 do not recollect-evvrsay-iug so. Will you swear that you never represented that to any budy ? 1 cannot swear it, but Ido not recollect ever saying it. Or representing It ? 1 don't recollect. Will you swear Ibat you have not ? I will not swear it-, ,but I du not recollect. ; " I believe you were applied to by some persoif dr' dthei-very soon after j'un.wefe discharged, were you not? .Nut very soon after. 1 do not know what yon call soon, I will say witliin half a year ? It i*as mure than six muolhs; I had hte.d. out of serviie nearly one year; it was nearly oue yeaf:siiicc l left that service. ' You say that yoa were applied to-do I uudcrstaiid'yo'u to say that you were applied to to know what you had lu say with respect to the Princess? Uiie year after 1 had left her service.' ' � " Does the witness say yes? Yes; one year after. -Do you meau to represent that au application Jwaf'nOt roadetoyou much earlier llian a year after you fa�l"QeHn discharged from the service of I he Printesa ? There ttuis! not. Is it oris it not true that an application was ntad.elii Jfou within half ayear of your quitting the Princess? No.applieu-ion was made Jt'Q ineearlier thau Oneyear after 1 badlcft the Princess,-' neither by personal appiicattuU nor lettet.^ ' ^ Or in any other manner ?-As-l know what it is abqii> mat I be at liberty to explain-(Asensaliou waa expi-estbd ibjhe House, acrumpabied with an order to have Tbe'.i|ueWious �nd-;ahBwers'read'o*eragain.) � "-^ They were accordingly read. . . ' ' MiV-WillviiBi-^Eir�t let mehatie an answer to Iby,^n��--. � -  .1----Lie.:-------......l-�...;i.., fieD,4iud flieivif yuu require an explanatibii, it-canttut W fefiiiKd;'-'''M?^|->---r^:- > � "' ,:. � � - [Witness bierb said spibething lothe IntCTpi�te>;;{i?" He answered^' No;'''Mr. ^4 Aiijibstktd.the'Qaeeih'a Ifllctprelerj and be ijaid-��iXt�," ;