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British Press (Newspaper) - September 6, 1820, London, Middlesex ) J NUMBBk 5539. LONDON. WEDNESDAr, $�PTMa>^BER�; 18^ Price 7d. THeATnB.nOYAr.i nRUKY.JLANP..: \ , ! Tiia last Teo Perfprihances or Mr^'Kean, before his jio�i.' live (IrpnrtureTor Amprica. THIS EVIBNING, WEDNESDAY, Sept. 6, hb MaJestyVSer�anIs will perform'SlialupearbVtra.- . - OTHELLO. V Emkc of Vfoice, Mr.:Tlioinptoi�;,;OtlirilOj Mr^ K�nD>-Catsio, Mr, Rienlk; ; Roiertgo, Mr^ Kntsel I , * Mr .Jo-iiius Bnitiid Bpolh (bciiijr tile last night �f hit prwnte^-' .rnffpinrnt). Ocidrmona, Mra. W. Wist; EiililiB,' Mrs. Eger.: toio. Aflfrwlitrli,the-Farceof THE PitlSOJJER.ATliAlieE. ^ -- Lord Esinoiid, MA 4eirrie8;.Or(l Dawdle,.Mr. Munden-Ci.uul Frir.on,'Mr. GaUie; Jack Cbniiorii3WiM^>onjp�tfn ; Mnns, Mr. Koieht.; :Adel'nde,.ftIiM Cajrr4>Rac)iael, Mn. Edwin; Mar;,LMT�. HarJa�e.v . .rf>i;, Boxesf, 78.Second Priced 38. 6d.-Pin 3s. 6d. Second 'Piice, 29.-Lowif; Gallcryi'Sa, Second PriC*,-Is.^Upper: �allery, \t: Sedond |�rWe;^(f, ? f ; 'i ' � The Doors �itt1>e%{ieiti4�t ^]f-pM>t'5iiF TuTlt^Ici and the Performances on eacti'Evriuni; commence at'Seren:' [, The Boicoflice yllt be openeil from Ten o'GJock uuhf ftv>." The Free List cannot be exlended, to (liese Perform. J anres, Ihe Public-Press alwitys-CKcepled. " ' ' T To.morrowj.Veuice-Preserved, witli'HiBfarNotiaos. . THIS EVENrNGiAVEDNESDAY, Sept. 6, 'wiltlie {ferfoVinedy^th timet a' liew, Comedyy In three acts, 'Called ' DOG DAYS Iisr BONDi^STREET ! Theprincipal Chararlei-a by MesBKS.Te'rry, Jones, Lisfon, J. Roesetl,.Barnard, Williams, Mrs. F'earce,.Mrs. Watkidsoii, and Mrs. Mardyn., The Prologiie to be spoken by Mr. Cotinor. After wbiph, tlieConiic Sketch of . SYLVESTER DAGGERWOOD. Sylvester Daggerwood,' Mr. J. Russell; f uatiun, Mr. Werpditli. Te conclude with a new Comcdy,"in three act*, called EXCHANGE NO ROBBERY; Or, THE DIAMOND RING. The Principal Characters' by Messrs. Lislob, Terry, Con. nor, Barnardv Farley, Wiiiiams, Mrs. Mardyn, Miss I.eigb, Mrs. June;, and MrsI Gibbs. Boxes, Ss.-Pit, 33__First Gallery,. 2s.--Sccond Gal-. Iciy. Is. TbCDoorsiolie opened at Six o'clock,and the Performance to beein at Seven. * Places for the Boxes to be takeii of Mr. Massin^ham, at tlie Tiiealre. Pi'ivTite Boxes may be bad, nigblly, I>y applicaiioQ at the-ItoKOffice. , � ; ;  ' The Public ire inbst. rrepeclfully informed, thai Mr. Br.ahamis.cngaKed at; this Theatre fur a limited number of Ni^Iits^ and will'mWke'bVs'first appearance oji^Mohduy next, in Guy Mannering. To-Tflorruw^Dn'g: baysinBoad-streetl-BumbastesFurioso -and Exit bjr.'AIistalie. THEATRE-ROyAL; ENGLISB OPERA-HOOSE, , ; : STRAND, . IS EVENING, WEDNESDAY, Sept. 6. will be performed, 3d-time,, a new Operatic Drema, in three acis, called s f . - i- , ^- , ; T�B;BARON DE;TRENGK. ; i: \ The Barnn Dir'Trencfc, Mr. T. P. Cooke j Commandant -of Glatz, Mr. RowhotlVam'; Anthony Snrariz, Mr; Harley; LibnehScbell/jll'-SS folly; Hantz, Mr. Wilkinsonj Michael, Mr. Broadhntat.^Eugeuia, Baroness of Lindorf, Miss Carew; JosepbJneyTVIis's Love5 Calau, Mrs.Grore; Nannetle, Miss . I.StercnBuii'.v 'After which,-SSd-iimei a new Romantic Melo-drama, in tfrreepasts.fonn'ded on the celebrated Tale called THE VAMPIRE; OrwTHE BRIDE OF THE-t.SLES. Chnractrriajn the-inlroductory Vision-The Vampire, Mr. T. P.Cooke; Lady Margaret, Mrs. W; S. Cb'atterley; Unda, Miss Love; Ariel,'MisaiH'brgman. ^ Ci�arae)er�iri:"tlie Drama-Rutliven,.Mr. T. P.Cooke; Rounlcl, Mr. Barlley;iRobert, Mr. Pearrnnn;. McSwill, Mr. � Hariey. ' Lady Margaret, Mrs. W". S. Cbaltcrley; Bridget, Mrs. Grove-,. Effie, Miss Carew. The ^aciousr Saloon.has been again inslefully Cited up with a'ncw idesigii, representing nh Illu'tninateil Orjeufal Garden,; and will be opened as nsual at Eight o'Clock,' for the ailntillauce 'of the Srcond Pricej which com'iheoces at. Nine- ;�- � . DooiTS open al Half-past Six, and t(ie Performance to be-giirM Seven. ' iJnxpf, 5s.; SiToiid Price, Ss-Pit, 3s.; Second Price,. 111. fill-l/iwer Gallery, 29.; Second Pr4ce, Is-Upper GaU Icry, la>, Si-rond'I>rice;6d/ PrlvsleBiixes may he/Ilad nightly of Mr. Sievei,iepn, of -whom Places'are lube taken, at the Box .Office, Straiiil .Entrance, froni Tcii till Foiir; .  _ ' . , , To-morrpWj .Paienl Seaionsi,;wilh'*rbe Baron DeTrenrk. lltlPERIAL HOTELj COVENT-GARDKN. ' ririHE Public ere respecifullv inlo'ined tliat the ft above Old Esliiblished FAMILY MOtEL is REOPENED; and fitted np at a r.'ry considerable expense, for -t-hearcommodatioir oF'Families', in a style which the Pro. pnetor flatters himself will make it acceptable lo nil who 'may boiinur him with a preference, with good accommoda. lion for ScrvaniE. - HE TflE OBSERVER NEWSPAPER. THE;'QDSERVER of AUGUST 14 and 27. 4�>d SEP.TEMBER 3i are kept on sale at the Offices iu the .St�aiia;;'rbe Observer ^ofAngust II contains her Majesty's Letter to the King ; that of the 99th andSUpple. ment;ClM)t�ina,nllr; -, HANSARD'S-PAR LIA�BHTARY'DjB8ATP.S. npHE SUBSCRIBERS ti. this W�rk �e � �JL' xcBpeetrulTy'ififormed; ihat-a tiBW "Volume, commenc ing with the presen,t Session of ParliamenI, will be readyfur --delivery in iiifew days. ; ' � London: Priutcd for Baldwin, Cradoclc, and Joy; J. -Booker; LoHgman; Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown; J. M. Richardnou; Black,- Kingsbury, Parl^nry, and Allenj J. Halcljard and Son; J. Ridgway and Suns; E.Jeflery and Son; Rodwell and Marliu ; R. H, Evans; Budd and Calkin; J. Booth; and T. C. Hansard. BEWICK'S SELECT FABLE.S. This day are publi9lied;.in demy 8vo. price l&s. boards, QELECT FABLES, with Cuts, designedand engraved by Thomas, and John Bewick, and oihers, previous to the year 1784; together-with n .Memoir, and a descriptive Catalogue of the Works of Messrs. Bewick. Newcastle: Printed for Emerson Charoley; and for Baldwin, Cradork, and Joy, London. A very small number have bepn printed on large paper, to inalch ibeolhdr Works of Mr. Bewick, viz. in royal 8vo. price iZ. Is ; imperial U. Us. 6d. CARY'S NEW ITINERARY. This day Is published, price 13s. in boards, CARY'S NEW ITINERARY; beino^ an accurate Survey of the Roads of England a;id Wales, with part of Scotland,: niade by como^and of bis Majesty's PoslmastPr-Jo�epbM�uton,TbBa.Mantoo,^milli, rented; .ud sliuuldltef not give iboroog* ""jh?"^.^'*'' Assorimebi uM�togI��f �mjr dwmpttoit;, frww !��.� p�Ir. to 30 gwnetti; ' ' " . n4a* �fc rtw 'l"?5 HOUSE OF LORDS, Tuesday, Sept. 5. The Lord Chancellor entered Ihe House at five minutes before ten o'clock. Prayers were read and the names called over. Guiseppi Sacchi '^B(a^'hea sicom, and examined by ihe Atturney-Geueral. The witness is of tall thin stature, of yonthful applearance, and was dressed ill very handsome new bUc;k clothes. Of what country are you a native ? Of Veincini. - -Were you ever in rhe service of the Princess of Wales? I havebeen-(I wis). , When did yuu enter into her service ? On the 2d Novem. her, 181(5. Where was the Princess residing at that time? At Ihe Villa d'Este, nesr the Lake of Como. How long did yuu contiuue^n her service ? A year; just, (precisely). What was yonr situation in her service when you first eu-'tered? Courier. Did he remain in that situation, or did he afterwards fill any olhcr in lier service? I was for some months in the same employment, and I afterwards was promoted to the office of equerry. Hiiw long did yon remain at the Villa d'Este ? About six wScks. '' ' ' ' � Ob yon know Bergami'? I'do. ^ Was be dt llie Villa d'Este when you eul3red inlo the ser-viceof the Princess ? He was. Soon after you entered iolo the service of the Princess, wereyou sent by her-with any dispatch to the Duchess of Parma? I was. , Did be brine back any answer to Ihe Princess ? I brought barkauotber itispatch. Where 'Was the Princess whcu lie brought back tlie dispatch ? At dinnrr. Was any one her at dinner? Berenmi. To wliom did you deliver (he dispatch ! To her Royal Highness the Pi; of Wales. What did she do with it? She read it, and then left it, '(threw It) on the table. Did any one take it up? Bergami, at the lime her Royal Higliiicsslurued herself to me; betook it up, and read it, or'itreteaded to read it, .without asking leave. " 'Dii you recollect after that being sent to -Milan with any letter? I wa&scnl at.the beginningtjf December with;a dispatch Jo the Guvernoriuf Milan, Sauran. > ' Did 'you^receive any directions before you went to Milan, tfs to briiigiilg back the answer ? I was desired by Bergami to make tiiB utmost speed, and bring the answer back the same night. . - Did you return }lie, same night or on the following morning? I rrturiiedimmediately aft^r midnight.  ' Upon your return where did you go? I dismounted my horse, and went ^lulo the kitchen, and asked the servant where Bergami ^was. ' Jn consequence of the answer, where did you go ? Imount-ed;ibe stairs, and went into the auti-room to go into the. ap'ailmeni of Bergami., - , ; jn'bat did ' yiia do-when you were in Ihe anti-room ?. I found thfesi-rVant of Bergami psieep, and went towai-ds Bergami's brd-room }.fin()iug the door open I went in. and �aw the bed of Bei-gami; it was>i:n;nbled, but there was no one in It. What diif yon do OD-lhat;. I went away, and iu goiii^ heard a noise-oil the opposite fsidc, and at the same lime heard a whisper," Vtfbo's there?" Tbeo I knewit tji betbe vtiice of Bergami}'to wbicb I answercdj it wastbe cour.jer -from'Milaii,'i.Beigaroi told me there was. no spch ureessily 16 deliver Ihe answer. - . Hoiv was Bergami dressed at: Ibe tfrne ?H�r badtid a mdrningdres* (adressiog-guwn). - What bad'hiei.dia-he' perceive what Bergami liid�ij;und?r Ms dr|!ssingH$bwii ? J aasfj Only about liw - bi�a�t;l:vsaw ' .lX.U-.�:v'..J�': >':r ti'nttt Where w�� il you saw Bergaipi' 1 saw him in a room sriiere ib^i^ ttU* dfoor opposite to the door of bis pwn,|ied. Who becnpiedlbose'two rooms?' Tffrxriie. Does lie know whereth^ PriucesftSlept!?' I do not. Do yott know where the Piribc���^ w��t.i"o�m waa ? I do not. '. Whileyon were afthc- Vills 'icen :the^rmcess aiid:Bcr^ami-toget6ef? '^veraln- To-whuro-dld yott deliver the"i*erb�l alftwsr-i.t6 the Princess' I did. Where was thfe Princess wfeen.yoa delivered tlie answer ? Id ber own anti-chamhfr. - Where t^asliieanti-chamber,tmwsiluatedj .Immediately after mounting the stairs, turningen ihfrlrft-tliere was a corridor.;; then >byl t�nil(i(tBgaHi�n Ihftleft hawljUirongh.this .^oficidur,' tbcr^rwas bb'ibe left itte tti\lt^rootn of lier vRoyftl Higbnesi JS.'-t^ -v4;Ai{ihii anti^cbsmber of J*>-^�Oy*IJ|ji|bftM%wa� near .'thecliamber*':Berjjsm!, urt^here-it'Waa? -It was near the place.where I saw;Betgam}�^.. i......v r Jmean Jrberehe-'saw Ber-gami-flt uigbt? Mo. ' - Hnw.near,? lR.tlie'8ame corridor there wns-ode door dh .ihe nglit, and. near that. part>�ras another'door vpposit^ the door oftbe ^^riMess's room,' which led to'anothcr where 'I-'Saw Bergami. � � !,"-.,�.: - Yi>u say the Princess'dsed. I.Ijave'be^ra her call* b(m .Sometimes "mon ame,mon an:ge,ittpn.ciBtiTjmon.amdhr" Did you go before the =Priocet> on the joarney to Turin I I went before berfoi- the. lastatbge to tbeiod; : Did you make,any arrangementof lbe-room� at that inn for the accommodation: of Ibe Printieaj?- .Yes, it was ar. ranged between me and.theliiakeeper; to give to her-Royal Highn^i, the best aparimeotg-,7Bnd to the-'tfaine (f/lonneur, and also'theyeinnte decAaoiife, and to.the gentlemen 1 allotted olherapartmeiits quife^parate fortbemselres. Did'tliat arrangement contrtlne,.or was il altered ? No; at the ar>ival;of Ihe PiinCess aiid the rest^ I shewed them that distrihulioiiof tberbomslhat'I had made; but itdid with the apprObaliuii qf.her Roylsi'Highiiess or Bergami, nnd the apartments which 1. bad dealioed for thegeiitlemen were dedicated to her Royal Higbnesi; Bergamij the damed'hon-tteur, and Ibe foiaifie dechdm6re. How near-was Ihe'i-himberof Bergami to that,of the Princess after this alter'iiipn * Between . llie room of her Royal Higliness and;^hat n which theCountess Oldi.sle^it,' /; Was therfe apy-cummunicatibn from, Bergami's room to that of' the PriVcessthrouglitl^raom of the Countess Oldi ? There was a mutual commbnicition ihrousb it. How long did her';. Royiil,.'Higbness remain at Turin ? About six dayii; 'lldpij'tkbow exactly. Do you remember going>-itii the Princess and Bergami to Baroira? I'do. ,'. .j. Whilst-^ou werie at Ihe ^lirona were .any balls given there by. the IVin'cess? Many .b&lls, Wbat'description of pcrsoti's aitepded tbese.balls ? In the begiiining, besides Ibe' people iji .Ih^ suite of lier Royal Highness; oil sorts of people ordisliuctibncaine-bnt after tliese-balls people of all ranks, and eveii of very low condi-. tioo were introduced, and' also between the people of her' Royal Highness and tlie\^Udifn who (ssme.there .^^ some .freed'uiii, and theii Ibe peojii,eW.ldJstiuctio'n'V^^ �secB-attbenW � -'--^'� ;"-'_ � 'y What do you mean by freedom ? Some persons took these womeii and made them go out from the ball-room according to their pleasure and will. ' Did the Princess know this-- Mr. Denman objected' to this question. " The Lord Chancellor-"You hadbetter ask what her Royal Highness did-" ' Have yon heard Ibe Princess say any thing at these balls; on these women going pbt and coming in? No, I have not. Did you hear her Royal Highness'say any thing, or did any conversation pass between her Royal-Highness and ybur-, self respectina any of these females who used - to attend Ihe balls? One day whilst I was in the court,, and brr Royal' Highness iind Bergami were there, iier Royal Highness laid me in these precise words: she said, ^Mbat she wished to make a present to some of.Ibese girls;" and.then she asked me, "bow can we dress theiie'. maids, Guiseppi Sacclii?" and then she said " do you lielieye they are sucb?" and I answerrd that " as far as I was coucerned, I believed these'to he honest girls," and that ^'I'bad nothing to say againsj ttiem," and tlie Princess Injd me'l^ogue Ctoqiiinj, I know Ihnt you have gone to bed.wilb llirf'e" of ihem and have had intercourse with them ibatiy time*," and I, being surprised at this cnmpjimeot, endeavoured to,persoade ber Royal llighncssthat she was deceived, and Bergami who was present, began lo laugh, and to cry aloud, "It is true! it is true! it is true!" . . > ' '' Did yon know to which of Ihese'^irls it was thatfaer Royal Highness inteuded tonia'ke the presents?--' Before an answer could be given to. this question, the answer lo ilie last was, at the desire of some of their Lordships,' read tiro or lliree limes from the shorl-hand-wriler's. minutes,and tlie word'.'Vbunest". was.altered inlo ^'modest,'' and the word. " inaids" into "^youhgvirgias."., . Mr. Birougham objectCdlo the alteration of the word. The Earl'of Lauderdale suggested;, that in the minutes the Italian word should be inserted,above or.uuder the Eng... Il�h word'" maids." Have yuu seep Ihe Princess at those balls when those girls of low cundilioii .were in tlie'room? Several times. Did the Princess join in the dances ^ Sometimes.. Upon any of these, occasions have you heard Ibe Princess make any other remark on these young wumeu?. Whensume of these women came by, and were seen by her Royal Highness, she touched her arm. by her finger and laughed, and oncecxclaimed, " How much the population of Bologna was increased!" ^ , Did you accompany the Princess in her tour through Germany? I did. - � In Ibe course of Ihatjourney do you.remember Bergami purchasing a carrri^ge calculated to carry two persons? Yes, I do.- After that carriage was purchased^ who.u�ch-I did;. and:Bner..Ieiileredrl,�aw hfir itoyal 'Higbniss'aud jSergaml.on.a bi;d; .bul:I jnust^.olxerve:' tliey rfereMeteutly dresxedy and distanrfrom each othi^. * . = How were they Jying?'Tbey.tvere.lying.on the betl.aa far m the middle,'and iheir back* suppprie4 >gi>>u>t Ihe-wiill. In the coprse artl^a,t,janrfi,e;,dj4,;yptiaiop,a|.atiyJii|i all ,wjufb&y,Engli8hw,eieJ Mup:t>m)�r, ,. , J Had >ou''rrceired niiy l>n'thl� �u1>|ect>�f and shutildthere bediiy; to go some where else for lodgings for her Royal Highness. ^  _ . In the courve of fha Milan ami *b*Ba-r | lona ?^T6ey aid. v > Bid tfieySflerwards go'from the Barona to Rome? They did; Did Ihey atop ot a place called Savignisno ? They did; Wasthe Princeieill atSavigniano? She was overtakro by violent pains. . Did you yofgntelf see who attended the Prihcess on that occasion i Bergami and Ihe Countess Oldi. Was any medicine given to the Princess Ibat eveninss, carried them iulo the room where wail her Royal Highnesii. Did ihey.go to Ancnna? They did. At AnCona do yoii Know what the situation of (Jie Prin-cess'a bed-room was iii respect lo Bergaml's? One da^ 1 was talking lo Bergami,and he was Slill in bed; and whilst speaking about something there was a door opened which led lo another room. WaBJthat door open when you entered Bergami's room, or whilst yon werether^? It was open wlien I entered. W^t room did that'door open into? Into an^otber rooih which I believe was that of lier Royal Highuess. Why do you believe that it was the room of her Royal Higbnpss ? Mr. Denman objected that this question was not proper to be. pot. The witnesses r.easons for believing it to be her Royal Highness's room were not evidence. What did you see io the room wlien the door was open ? I saw some tbings belonging lo her Royal Highness, some boxes belonging to her toileite. Did you see any bed in the room ? There was one. Did you afterwards go to' the Casa Rufiiaelli ? Wcdid. Daring the illness of Bergami, did you see any thing par-ticulai; in his r&bm ? Ooe evening passing'by' the door, I saw it was partly open, and looking tlirougli I saw Bergami Hu bed. What time iras it ? About eleven o'clock al night. You say you saw Bergami io bed-did you see any body else in the room? There was aUn her Royal Highness. In what part of the room was her Royal Highness? She was by the bed side, stretched on Ibe sofa. Did'ydu see what there was on the sofa? J, saw.some cushions. tVhen yoit S!attb�t;jlime? They were;. ; -... mAymr'toB'tbe-ijaonieyArrom tiume'to. SMtt^gli^;^bb*: Mrve any thini^icltr iNi. piiitMU-^twt^ltb�'tPrliic�ftr Ben(alBi I -vl ouee mtw: iiir-Bbjrtt'BigbaHt-IthH i^rgimi'ok' ibtfneiik.'  ' J)WtOTnift�r�*�'dr,gn:wH���tro? "V^m. . go away fur iioy lime? He went to Bologna, where he r�-miined two diyi. , ' , On his rriurii, did tfie Princesss go 'ia meet him? Her Royal Highness wentoiU. to meet him, with part of her suile. . Did'she meet bim on Ibat occasion ?'^hc met him oe�r the^tull^'gat^. ;^ ' ^ Wlieii they niet each oiher,^dld.joii obspcve wliat was don j "by Iheni ? When lliey met they got out nS their resprctivs carri igcs, and riiihraceil and kissed each other. . Do you kiiow,where Bergami's brother, Lniji, aijii niolhe.-dined?' When I eiitercd tlie service ih y dined in a room amnii^ themselves. I bid any alteration take place in thetr dining ? I doh''t know. . At Ibe., time yoii were at ifie villa d'iiste, did any person visit lier R6yal Highness? Oiice J saw Gencrjl Pino. Did the witness see iinyoihcr.prrson? i Ann mtTicnrdo. Was there a person of the hanie of Vcruna in the Princess'? service ? There was. What was^lie? A itiesseiiger-T-a Rfrvani. In. �?hal ^aparltjr? Like any other servant, wailing it  , Whaf was: b^jftri?6c came into' the Princess's scrvici.' 1 nerev knew wbaf he was bcfin-p. Hail you n*ver heard Bergotpi converse'iviih the Priuce�3 iibuii'l Verona ? Jfon mi ricnt'do.' , Crost-examinedby Mr. Brougham. You Sa hot itiiderstand English at all, I lake for granted" No. Not al all? No. How long, have yoii been in the country now ' About (blirteen months. J Where liavi! yoii lived all thai time? Partly in Lrtnd(.:i �and partly iu ihe connlry. . Is your name Sa^ini, or Sacclii ? Sacrhi. Did he ever go^bnder the name of Saciiii ? When J was at Milan they called me Sacini. While ill ihisconiili-y the people ncilher called you Sncini or Sacchi yon know, but they called yoii Jlilani, is not ibAt iriie? il is true. Yoii have always gone by the name of Slilaiii in iliii country? It is true Wboid did you live wilh in Slcven,ige, in tbe country; did you not live at Stevenagr J -Smnelimes. How long did you live there? I never lived at Sleven.ige- Where did you live.wheu in the cimitry ? At Asbton. How far is AsKloli from Sl^vpiiage? Four miles. VVhb did yon live wilh there r lu Ihe house of the Rev. Phiilip Godfrey. Have you seen him in town lately? Mr. Godfrey ; once. ^uw, after you left the Princess where did you go to live firsi ? 1 went to Milan. Did you go into any oliier service there,? 1 did not. How lung did yuu remain out of place? Always. You hsve never been in any oilier seivice since ? Nevei-. Wlicri Were you first exaiuinrd at Milan on tliis business' In the iriouth of N-ovember, 1818. Was that first time you told this story lo Ihe person at Milan? No; Lhad sai'l it at other times. When was the first time tliat you were examined oni the subject? In November, 1818. .' , Who bad yoii told ibto before this? Different people. Name one of ibem ? A'on mi ricordo. Who asked you to go to be examined at Milan iu November 1818 : A messenger was sent to me by the Advocate: Vilmarcali. Who did you see with Vilmarcati wheu you went to hiiiv? No one else but Vilmarcati. Did he then examine you ? No, it was not at ibat time., . Wfaen d*Ld he examine you ? About a fortnight after. VVho did yoo then see when you were examined? I saw' tbe Advocate Vilmarcati, the Advocate Powell, aud anoHiee Gentleman called Cook. Did tie lake down what yuu said in writing? They did. Did they swear you to it; did Ihey make ynu take ad osth? At Milan I neVcr took au oath. 'Where did yoii take tliB oatli then? In London. Was it in air. Powell's chambers that jou tuck tbe oatli ? Precisely. In what way were you living and supporting yourielf at Milan at the tiqie they seat fur you? 1 have always had means lo^suppprl myself. - , What Wages'had you as courief to her Royal Highness ? Tlier'e .iteter were any w^;;e8 settled. Do you mean that you served as a volunteer without wages? 1 have received something, but there was no certain salary. Well,.lio.w muiih money did you receive ilie first half yeai-yuu were courier? I have received , at three linirs nionev-dtiriui^ ih^ time 1 have been in llie service of her Royiil Higlmess, making altUgelber Ihe sum of sixty or seventy Napoleons. How much did you receive of that sixty or seventy Napoleons during the time you acted as courier only to htr Royal HiehueSs? yon.�ni ricordo, Ha>v lung did. you serve as courier or nearly ? About nine mouths. .  . Who hired yon for lier Royal Highness ? I entered inio her Royhl Higbness's service llirough the good offices of thw banker Clierina, the Boj-on Cavelletii, and Bergami. And do you mean lo represent that 'whenyon went to her Royal Highuissyou were ill easy circumstances? 1 hsv^ always been, thank Godj io easy circnmslsnces. Were you as well dressed the day yon went lb her R.iival Highness lo be hired as you are now? 1 have always been dressfd well. Why you know you were called Count Milan! here, whft� introduced to M. Marietti? I do uol know. D� yon mean to swear that you do not know wiiether yoa were introduced lo M. M-arietti in London or not-he Aaonieji.(ienerai-I object to tbe question-, bepiu^e It astubjies Ibai'Iie did. You have tw right to assume a fact, teii iti uP^l^iniD^^ but you corlainly may; pbt a ''Sijb'eia^atsHon. .'''''' J Af.r.'Bistiigbaih^^d save the tim.eof ypnr Lprdship5'7.1^8 MSted sfciaW.sintii.CheHlo'wlVlv fier jt ,,,..l3i*�*ii�Mih#osedmti>idn^ "' v ;