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suffer the revolutionists at Naples, he says, FRANCE. On the 1st November, the is incompatible with the dignity of his trial of Gravier and Bouton, charged with crown ; and he feels himself bound to proexploding a petard under the windows of tect the Head of the Christian Church from the apartments of the Duchess of Berri, revolutionary demagogues. “ The Auswas concluded at Paris. The Advocate. trian troops,” says a private account, “ conGeneral maintained that the act was not a tinue to pour into Italy from every quarter ; mere wanton act, as contended for on the several parks of heavy artillery have quit. part of the prisoners, but intended for the ted the arsenal of Vienna for that country. premature destruction of the infant to whom The Landwehr is ordered to be immediateher Royal Highness has since given birth. ly called out. It was supposed, by the

They were found guilty, and sentenced to middle of November, that the imperial death.

, forces in Italy will amount to upwards of AUSTRIA.--The Austrian Emperor has 200,000 strong.” at length avowed his motives in filling Italy NAPLES. - According to advice from with his soldiers. In an official note, ad. Naples, the Parliament of that kingdom asdressed to his brother Allies, he declares sembled on the 230 September, and was the his determination immediately to restore same day addressed by the Minister of the the ancient order of things in Naples. To Interior in a specch declaratory of the petriotic intentions of the King and the Prince; the risk. He was then peremptorily forto which a suitable reply was made, in the bidden to disembark. name of the Representatives of the nation, POLAND.-The Emperor of Russia by Chevalier Galdi. The Parliament have closed the Diet of Poland at Warsaw, on ing verified the powers of the Deputies, the 13th October, with a speech, in which and appointed various standing committees, his Majesty evinces a feeling of displeasure held an extraordinary Session on the 1st at the general conduct of the members October in a sacred edifice. The King and during their session. “ Examine your the Prince Royal were present; and his consciences,” says the Emperor, “and you Majesty, after renewing his oath, caused a will know if, in the course of your discusspeech, addressed to the Deputies, to be sions, you have rendered to Poland the read, in which he declared his wish that services which she had expected from your the Prince should continue to hold the wisdom; or if, on the contrary, misled by reins of Government. His Majesty and the seductions too common in our days, the Prince, on their way to and from and sacrificing a hope which might have rethe Parliament, and in the midst of that alized an expectant confidence, you have not body, were hailed with heartfelt acclama- retarded in its progress the work of the tions.

restoration of your country !” The EmSICILY. The affairs of this country are peror thinks that a heavy responsibility still in a disturbed state. The Neapolitan lies upon them ; on this account he will General Pepe entered Palermo on the 7th not judge of their motives, for rejecting the October, after a sanguinary conflict; and projects of law laid before them, but thinks to spare the farther effusion of blood, en- the members may lessen the unfavourable tered into a treaty with the Palermitans. impression, by diffusing in their places of By the last accounts from Naples, however, abode a spirit of peace and tranquillity; it appears that this treaty has been declar- and his Majesty declares himself always ed void by the government there, who are desirous of seeing the constitution given to determined to bring the Sicilians to an un. Poland confirmed by moderation and justiconditional submission. General Pepe has fied by the happiness of the people. The been in consequence recalled, and General , army assembled in and about Warsaw, Coletta appointed in his place, who on the during his Majesty's stay, was 30,000 18th October was about to sail for Sicily men. with a body of 4000 Calabrese troops.

AMERICA. SPAIN.--The King of Spain has given It appears from Jamaica papers of the his assent to the bill passed by the Cortes 3d October, that the negotiations between for the suppression of monastic orders. the contending parties on the Spanish Main

PORTUGAL.-On the Ist October the had been broken off, and both were preprovisional government of Oporto arrived paring for war as soon as the season would at Lisbon, accompanied with a numerous allow. The insurgents, it is said, rejected military escort, and was instantly united to all offers for re-union and peace, being dethat appointed at Lisbon. There was no termined to be independent. Their troops thing to be heard but acclamations-no- were preparing to attack Santa Martha, thing to be seen but illuminations and finding Carthagena, which had been well other demonstrations of joy. On the 5th, supplied with provisions, too strong. 10,000 more troops arrived at Lisbon, Extensive Fire in Nova Scotia. By the from the Northern Provinces. The whole Charlotte, from St John's, we learn the force then at Lisbon was about 18,000 men, particulars of an extensive fire, which all ardent in the cause. On the 10th, spread its ravages for nearly 100 miles in Marshal Lord Beresford arrived off Lisbon extent, over the most fertile proportion of in the Vengeur British frigate from the the north and western parts of Nova Scotia, Brazils, bearing a commission from the from the neighbourhood of Yarmouth to King as Marshal-General, and Comman. the county of Annapolis. The fire conti. der-in-Chief of his armies. He was not, nued burning for three days, and such was however, allowed to land; and therefore came its intensity, that fields of grain, stock of to England in the packet. Lord Beresford all kinds, whole villages and settlements, was informed, that if he came ashore the fell a sacrifice to the devouring element, government would not be answerable for and not a vestige of vegetation or herbage his safety; he replied that he would run remains.--Several lives also are lost.


HOUSE OF LORDS.--TRIAL OF THE course of which he got much confused, and QUEEN.-Oct. 10.--Lieutenant Flynn un- gave contradictory evidence regarding a derwent a long cross-examination, in the log-book he had kept on board the polacca, which he first said was written in Italian, made on them at Dover. Being asked as and then that it was written partly in Ita- to any communications which passed belian and partly in English-first that it tween him and Colonel Brown on the subwas written by one person, and afterwards ject, he refused to disclose them, on the that it was wrote by another. At one ground of his being the agent of the protime Lieutenant Flynn fainted away, and secution, and the House agreed to sustain it was some time before he recovered. He this excuse. Mr Brougham then urged, did not know where Bergami slept on the with much earnestness, that he should be voyage from Jaffa to Syracuse.

informed who was the principal in this W. Carrington was called back and re- prosecution, in which he was supported by examined as to his service in the navy, and several Lords. It was replied, that the several other particulars, which he appears Bill of Pains and Penalties was introduced to have answered in a satisfactory manner. into the House, under the responsibility of

Lieutenant Hownam, who was along Ministers, in the same manner as any other with her Majesty in the Mediterranean, measure of state, and that they were no never saw any improper conduct between way disposed to shrink from their respon. her and Bergami. Had heard, (and be. sibility. Her Majesty's Counsel then inlieved it to be true,) that they both slept formed the House that they would proin the tent above deck on the voyage home- ceed for a little in the same line of exami. ward for several weeks ; but it never oc- nation they were pursuing the day before. curred to him to think this improper, as he Philippo Pomi was accordingly called to conceived it necessary for her Majesty's the bar, who concurred with the former safety that she should have a male attend witness as to the means employed by Rasant. They reposed in separate beds with telli to procure evidence against the Queen. their clothes on. The Queen on her re. Oct. 16.-Sir John Beresford was exturn was received at all the courts she visit, amined regarding the character and services ed, except that of Vienna

of W. Carrington, of which he spoke high. Oct. 12---Granville Sharp, Esq. was ly. Carrington had never, he said, served examined regarding the Moorish dance of as a midshipman, but he believed he was Mahomet. Had seen a similar dance fre- rated as such in order to facilitate his disquently in India. It was full of antic and charge. buffoonery, but not indecent. Had seen it Bomfilio Pomarti, clerk to Cadazzi, an when witnesssed by the Marquis and Mar- advocate employed by the Queen at Milan, chioness of Hastings, and other people of was examined relative to an attempt of distinction, male and female.

Vilmacarti, an advocate in the employ of Santino Guggiare and Guiseppe Garo- the Milan Commission, to obtain from him, lini disproved a story sworn to by the by bribery, some papers belonging to her witness for the prosecution, Galdini, re- Majesty. This was objected to by the Atgarding the statues of Adam and Eve, in torney-General ; and the remainder of this a grotto at the Villa d'Este. The improve. day, with the whole of the 17th, was occu. ments made on the rooms there were com. pied in discussing the propriety of allowpleted, and the statues removed before the ing that question to be put. It was final. Princess arrived.

ly agreed, after referring the matter to the Oct. 13.-Guiseppe Garolini, the last Judges, and receiving from them rather an witness examined on the 12th, gave evi- unfavourable answer, that this course of exdence regarding an offer made to him by amination should be allowed ; and on Rastelli, one of the witnesses for the prose- Wednesday the 18th, the witness was in cution, to get a bill of 45,000 francs which consequence examined as to the inducements the Princess owed him paid, if he would offered him by Vilmacarti to give up her swear any thing against her; and of Ras- Majesty's papers. He was asked if he was telli going about in search of people to not à villain to betray his master; and give evidence against the Princess. The answered that he had repented of his conCounsel for the Queen wished Rastelli to duct; and that they were much worse than be again called in, when it was found that him who had seduced him from his duty. he had left the country, by directions of Antonio Meoni stated, that one Zanglai, Mr Powell, the agent for the prosecution. a manager of a theatre at Milan, had enThis circumstance excited a great sensation, deavoured to bribe him to give false evi. and several Peers expressed an opinion dence against the Queen ; and that he had that it was fatal to the whole proceed- been going about suborning witnesses

against her. Oct. 14.-Mr Powell, by whom Rastelli Oct. 19.-Their Lordships were occupi. had been dispatched abroad, was examined ed the greater part of this day in discussing on this subject, and stated that he had sent whether the acts of Zanglai should be al. him away for the purpose of quieting the lowed to be given in evidence or not ? and, agitation of the friends of the other witnes. after a long discussion, the House decided ses, who were alarmed for their safety, in that the fact of Zanglai being agent of consequence of the attack that had been the Milan Commission, was not so far es


tablished as to make his acts evidence. the table with the King, who treated him Another witness, named Salvadore, was then with the greatest respect, and gave him a called, and Mr Denman was proceeding to gold snuff-box, surrounded with brilliants, examine him as to certain declarations of and the King's name; never saw any Sacchi, which, if established, the Learned thing indecent at the balls at the Barona'; Counsel contended, would operate as a at Carlsruhe the Queen dined with the contradiction to his testimony, and show Grand Duke ; the third evening they went him an active agent in collecting evidence to the Theatre, and supped with the against her Majesty, and even holding out Grand Duke; they then went to Baden; inducements to individuals to come forward they spent the evening at a musical society. as witnesses on this occasion. The Attor. This witness also proved that the Queen ney-General took a legal objection to this was but one day and a half at Trieste, mode of examination ; and a question on which negatived the testimony of the wait. the subject was referred to the Judges, who er Chiousi. He explained the scene at declared their opinion, that, before a wit- Scharnitz, described by Demont, by statness could be examined to the declarations ing that the whole suite were up all night of a former witness, that witness must be preparing for a journey, and he fully cor. called back, and interrogated as to those roborated the evidence of Carlo Forti, redeclarations. Sacchi was accordingly calm specting the journey at Senigaglia. led back ; but not being in attendance, the After the examination of this witness was House adjourned.

finished, Mr Brougham stated he was unOct. 20. Mr Brougham this day de fortunately deprived of a material witness, clined examining Sacchi, and stated that the Chamberlain of the Grand Duke of Bahe had now closed that part of her Majes. den, who, notwithstanding all the efforts that ty's defence which related to mal-practices had been made, not only by her Majesty's against her. The Marquis of Lansdowne Counsel, but also by the Government of then moved for the production of such this country, could not be induced to parts of the correspondence between Mr come over, to give evidence in favour of Powell and Colonel Brown as related to her Majesty. the subject of the witness Rastelli's being Oct. 23.--The Secret Committee made allowed to leave this country. A long de- their report on the extracts from Mr Powbate ensued, in which it was strongly argu- ell's letters, the substance of which they ed on one side, and as forcibly denied on communicated to the House.--In these exthe other, that there was any proof of con- tracts they said, it appeared Colonel Brown spiracy to suborn witnesses. After a very had advised the sending out of Rastelli, protracted discussion, it was at length car. with letters to quiet apprehensions as to the ried by a division, 122 to 70, that Mr safety of the witnesses. Mr Brougham then Powell should produce such extracts from tendered as evidence, in proof of the allehis correspondence with Colonel Brown as gation of the Queen being held in estima. related to Rastelli's mission to Milan ; tion by foreign authorities, the Austrian and upon the motion of Lord Liverpool, Gazette of Trieste, which stated the cerethese extracts were ordered to be laid be- mony with which the Queen was treated fore a Secret Committee, to verify the au- on her entering Trieste on the 15th, and thenticity of the same. Mr Brougham re- leaving it on the 16th of April. This eviquested permission to examine Mr Powell dence was rejected by their Lordships. further at the bar, but this was negatived Madamoisclle Demont was again placed without any division. He then called a at the bar, and closely examined relative to witness, Alexander Oliviera, who had been a particular conversation with a Madame for a time Chamberlain to the Queen, Martini, residing at Morges in Switzeralong with Bergami. His examination land, in which she has said to have expres. went to show that he had never seen any sed herself in high terms of praise of her thing improper between these personages, Majesty ; but she denied all recollection of and to disprove the evidence of Sacchi, the circumstance. Madame Martini was as to the Queen's behaviour to Bergami then examined as to the conversation imin the carriage.

puted to Demont, which she swears did Oct. 21.-Tomaso Lago Maggiore, a take place in April 1818. fisherman, swore that he never saw the Mr Leman deposed to the particulars of Queen kiss Bergami in a boat, as had been his mission to Baden, when Mr Brougham stated in evidence against her.

suddenly closed the case for her Majesty ; The Chevalier Carlo Vassali acted as the Learneil Gentleman attributed his ina. her Majesty's private secretary on her Ger. bility to proceed to the absence of Baron man journey ; has seen the Queen and d'Ende and Rastelli. Bergami walking together very frequently, The Attorney-General then applied for and has seen them alone, but when he time to call Colonel Brown and other withimself was at a little distance; at Munich nesses, in order to vindicate those who her Majesty dined, with her suite, with were engaged in the Milan Commission the King at Bavaria ; Bergami dined at from the aspersions cast upon them. A.

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