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V tr - V-' v-V - ; v?.;i?V-v-"
;tho iwentieth provided I do mv dufv,
i !.. . !i i . ' .. f
RAL.Mult, (M. Lf.) . . in mv ititerimasvi. and airt wH nrpi.
.b.kted, weekly, bth.oca & HARTET. ved at the jmI of my journey I It is!
tfSubicriptieii t Three (ioUr per yetf, ai ,; J
2'"". KnuiH m -itvanro- NniuniiftOV " ""v v..u uwiiit, lu
'',e." ..i l.n p th.rt the mom h9 ft-r . with a fair character in this worht and
toOnue ---- ----- " -.. , 7
f? ,i, ,il hv bppn trivetl. . I. i . ... -i .
have been iriven.
ii"-"- . -i..- 14 r
ihji. cJLtvcui a aiicsi arc til
I nrav u'hitt lieavpn vim ihiiiL- ('
:X" '2 K2fi:hns to, Master Bababec. i.h vJur
" .. .A ihi-icu
!(V eacti substquent insertion: nd in like I liaila and VoUI-cJbaiu ?
Drop"i""u. o--- - : u mi. diu jjouau
IillcS tn&n 10VI! iccu. iubi iuuiiijatijr
those from person unknown to the editor. "
fNo subscription can 'ui riy case be received
wiViiii ;.tyinenl of at least gi 50 in advance
tlnln(Ml" inutnee without payment of ar.
- i .' .. t " -miin r the dtw
Into the Uni ty
I adiuire vou.
uude.iv relied Utfiri, to prctfiid h,
be betiei' ludged ihn uiu ; this, is bui tl)
th? etfects y an excessive ambition.
plow tan you w bo coudeuiu o.hers ' tlmt
' covet iioi.ors in tbit world, arrogate such
fdisuuguialied oiieu to jrounjiU'JiD the
uexi i -WUat riglilblieyou to be iet
ter treated than coej X.uow Uatl be
stow more aim$ to the ' la tea da,
FOtt TIIU MT1X)P iLITAN.
.EababK.Wi-n-1 was in the cifyof
Bcuan-z on the borders m me uan-s, ioin lue naiia you run to Juur back
and near the Koxbnry canui. The pn- "o nett amiiint pf tlie receijrfi, waJaamcsajpq in Jtoiic, are men of c
soiier was brouia ujion the spit at Ji upwa'ds of g5O0. $:?,y I
o'clock, by the sfceriO r the county President. flr, Aloaroe Aas left!
tended by his deoifticlL and several cw.: Wasliingfon tor a shtirt time, intending
-. a.. v a a' .
ti.f counLrv oiihtf ancifiit lirachioaus,; side cost lor teo years What is it to
lim!i'avin-eu t instruct myscit in their iSramauialyoupaMtae ttboexia 8(atk
niii'in and iiiamieis. 1 understood noked wiiU a chaio about your neck f .
liie Imlhn language tolerably will. I i his it doingy our ;.jCu"try a notable
heard a gietgit deal, and mnarked every service ! 1 have athoojiand titqes more
tlifiis;. I I 'U?' d at the house of my esteem for a man who sow pulde or
cmrcsjiuiKknt Omri, who was tlu moat1 plaiha trees for all your tribei thainhey
wtrtliv man, I.,evcr knew. He ws of wbo iuwk at the tip of thcif; .nose); for
the religion t (he Uratnins I have liie carry a packsaddle, to show their mag
idiurtu be a MussulraaaTvVe never uuhiuiitv, ,
cxriiaiid one word higher than another Having finished this speech Omnhhe centre w the stage, and elevated a-' 6re8S l he act authorised him to bor
about Mahumit or Ii ama. We pei for- soiieued his voice, t unbraced tbefiramin,
med uc ablutions each on his own side ; ' and with an cudeaiing sweetness be.
nediankof the sam. sliei bet and ale of soutflit him to throw aside his nails and
rksamc tice, as ff we had been two hi.s chain, to go home with htm, and live
b-intra. i with decency and coinfml. The t'anuir
t Vnc dav we went tbcether tif the na.! was persuaded : he was washed clean
the smoke. J hl operation was not
Ohio is pronounced by competent jud-.partkl Jury6, 'Who bat! found- th-M
gfs, to be' equal, jf not KUperior, iiAuiltif, subject to"a legal qaesti .j,'
sirengin ana, beauty, to any vessel olj'iad been decided. agamst. them.
course of people winch lined the mareii !
of the EasnJiivcr, from (he oountn
nd from the city, it is calculated, a
mounted to upwards of tweniy-five ihon
sand. Notwithstanding the imnittis
crowd, we have not heard of the ocrut
renco of a single accident. Ev. Fust:
BRIEF OTir.KS. .JT.
Individual Munificence.- -jVffjt. Noah.
he murder t i imothy Ki-nntdy. He Ksq. author of tli Plain JF CMvDewd
was taken Horn illegal at half past io and the Sit$t of Tripoli, has glneroustyhapelsi Daniel Levingston, Luke
miu vaniiu iiic jiiaic ;i rxc- "iinru mi aiuouil' ill mo rCCripiS HI
cution on liosion INeck. The gallows his benefii nigh at the New-YoikThea
waserecud ou land belongiinr to the 'f'i to the sufferers by (Tc, calamitouM
to An on the east side of the main street, f" which reduced thai Theatre to ashes.
performed as is frequently the case, by
tue se&men. but by heavy weights at
tached to the other ends of the ropes, by
which theyr were Suspended ; these had
bt eu Secu red to'tlie sides of the vessel,
and on the signalizing given, the lashes
were cut avay, and the weights sinking
in the stream, launched the lVhtoiiets
' . . BOSTON, MAT 20.
Yesterday Michael Towers was ex-
Tuietl in putsuaiice of lusaentence, for
unapeis, juaniei ievingsion, jmwcc
If tin, 'Stephen Sydney,. leter 1
Isaac Sides, Peter Johwydnj John C
l homns Smith, . Htnry r A ury,
-rat " Ma '"
r uizer, t raneis ugusoie, i nose
Mai. Gen. Scott arrived in this ,vi
oa iVednesday lastj from!; Vhiladel
lows, upon which (he prismer was cvnJ N 0,ial Loan. The Secretary onand left here on .Thursday inoroin
rorr Niagara, tie was , acctmp.
by Asst. Adjt. Gen. vNourse and L
Monroe. . ' ';
A detachbent of the 5th U. S. In
hat , row 23 000,000 but the Secretary has ry, under the coninland of Cspt &'
ry, arnvt d in this town on 8 tin
last, from t'liiradelphia, on thclr"w.
Green Bay. '.h .'
v.i.wu me uiuiita aou nvYrrai con ' v""1;) . " iiujc, luiciiumg
stables of the tmn. : A stage IS or i to eroy a few days relaxation on one t oi
leethigi was erected tneaiti the gaf. farms in Virginia.
lows, upon which (he pfismer was conJi oiial Loan. The Secretary of
ducted, accompanied by Mr. Larrassv.' -ho Treasury of the (J. S.ates has offer
il. li i-.Li- r" . . . " I I ' n !: r.. - I . .. .
iuc xoman ainouc rnesi, WUO uas at- V1 r, ur' Ddl 'ut n oaii ui inonry, in
tended him during his imprisonment, 0 ' conformity to an actoflast session of Con
bbut a foot above it, diresily under
part of the gallows from which the l ope is3UCi propobals for only g2, COO oOO
was suspended, was a moveable plat dnung that sum sufficient to meet tin
form. The prisoner with the priest sat dt 6(ipnrle9 occurring in the Treasury
down ujion this platform, and was some , department Xal. Lit-
time engaged in prayer, according to
i jwi 'MM t.L. -l.-.:.l- . mI iiuHlHin .a .l . I .,. M .... i . ... I i i . . "VVnUfruP UnlDTnrlGV f k rw rn .r k V W I
St id a ot utvani. ni5 re we saw sever- ruuueu wini csseiii-ca auu imiuui' o, uu iuo kmui oi mi; taiiioiiu ciiurcn. jJa- ..-. uscx jk
... . .. ... . .... i. . iv .. .. .... fA i ..-., ;o... -f i
i ,tu s f aiiirs : some ot whom were c lad in a decent naon. no nvtu a ion-trim; mis ume n,e nnsoner e&hib teil oc. - it". uu lunnuiir ii
. ' . .. . . t I . . " i s . r i .i x . v f .i
Jansnis, thai is to say, contemplative n.ght in this manner, behaved with pru-jcasionaljy marks ol great Hgitaiion. ne r,iiU,U3 ""-S'y. euiesi sonoi o.imuei
F.!..iis ; and others disciple of the ah- dence and wisdom, aud acknowledged was dressed as he was on his trial, in a, GrfSory Kh1 "fth'w twn agrd about
cieiit Cjni'i'isoplns. who led an active that he was a thousand times happier- handsome brown coat, wbice pantaloons, . 13 yi'ars was out in the fields shooting
life liny ' ae all a learned language than he was betore. llut be lost his a:,d white topped boots. His head, "'l1'" " a u. ar nm ur on
neculiar i"o thnust lves : it is that of the credit am nc the neoiile. The women which was uncovered, was'nartlv bul.l ,nlKln uirectiy lor him. As his gun
nitst aiicicn; it.achiriins ; and they have no longer crowded to consult hiin.i-tle his ''tbunfeahceVwliidh'Iurihgliis' trTa'f,
a bok wrii -e-in this language, which therefore left the house of the friendly indicated great sensibility and strong
llii-y call tin H .nscrit. It is beyond' all Omri, and returned to his nails and hisftpassion, was convulsed by his mental
contradiction the most ancient book in chain tu retain his reputation. voltaire. suCcrtng. .VIiile he was thuseiiisacd
all Asia, jiot excepting the Zrd
I happened to cross a faquir,, who
was reading in this ho .k. Ah, wrftch-
eil itifnlel ! cried he thou hast made me
. lose a number of vowels that I was coon
tiiftt which will ocensiou my soul to
CH HLKSTON, MAY
OP riEOHOE Cl-AKK ttud illiNRY RuB-
. .- .. . . . r o ... ....
pass into the body of a hare instead ore" woi,f, convicieu u uCl-.t .
that of a parrot with whirhl had belore bttrd lbe Bueaos A7rertn fc,"P ""
the greatest reason to flatlet- myself, I ! e" 0Ul ai ''? ,ul"
He rum aroupeeto comfort . him lor . J , ; Lif v
S . , their set.lfiice, oa board the U. S. oehoori-
Iii going a few paces further, I liail i (jurrriM
the misfoi lune to sneeze : the noi-ie I had also
ffl.tde a rouse the Faquir from a trance,1 tb tame vcml, hut reeounntded lu merey
rvpnsi rrifil he what a dreatlful noKe! by tho Jury, have been respited, by the
Where auvl 1 I can no longer see (he prenideol of the Uoited Siate, far two
-tipofniy nose! the heavenly light, bas monlu'- .... r
LmL as I am the cans, . Raid I, F-p.rat.on, .av.ng Weo prev.ou ,
fi,ur seeing further" than the ftnRtb "
.fournose heieis a roupee to repair ,.' ,.. a., trliru!tual .i.oal for .nexe-
tiie injury I have dono you, squint again, lltinn.rA 8hort (iine before eleven o'clock,
ana resume the heavenly light. jtn 0einn nrocessioa moved from the
Having thus brought myself out, dis-jjail. Morton A V arj-G, eq whose
creeilv enough 1 passed over to the side province it was, as Mr''al ol ihe Uu-
!. etu coinpal if tvlinm iripf. fn nut the KlCUtlOD M f'rC6 aCCOfll
- j.:-,,. tli. trm Javk. l";aLC a '"en " "'en ascended . ' .
bi'iuirlit me a Baicel of mishtv Drettv
a wva v
nails, tn drive into my arms and thighs,
in honor of Brania. 1 b tight their nails,
aid made use of them to Listen down my
boxes. Others were dancing upon their
liamls ; others cut capers on the shark
'ope : and others wen always upon one
f"t. There were some who dragged a
heavy chain about with them, and others
carried a packsaddlo ; soiiie had their
beads always in a bushel, the best peo
ple in the w -rid to live wulu
My friend Omri carried me to the cell
nf one of the most famous of tht se -
His name, was Bababec he was as
naked as lie was born, and had a great
chain about his neck, that weighed up
i:ids of sixty pounds. Ho sat on a
den chair,-very neafly decorated
ui nuie pom's ot nails, that run into
hit posteriors : and voa Would have
thiiiiglit he hud been silting cn a velvet
ushlun Jmbers of women flocked to
tour to consult him ; he w .s 'the oracle
l,l all. the families in the neighborhood ;
niitT' was, truly sneaking, in great repu
tation. I was witncHs to a Ion? nonveraa-
tiorr Wliirh Omri had with him. Do you
think, father, said my friend, that aOer
""Ving gone through seven inetrmjwi
Ws, I may at length afrjve at the ha-
mnsm o Hrama ? That is as it may
rnilCn. nniil the P .-n'm Wliot n ( id'
panied by Fhanci 0. .. Dxtj keline,
iiq. the Suei.ff of Charleston Dnirm,
with their rep etive D puiiewoanted
on horiebuck, led the w. y and they were
followed by the two spj8uneri, with hal
ters about their neekfoSA eari.tee ; in
whiab also were the lit. YIr BcH
man, and the llev. Air. AIund the
i - - .. ....lo .1 nti ci 1 IJ. nl fc h it t ha
eoacn oenie; ui i "j---,i sentence
Cit Guard. The pmcesion moved I
through soaie of ihepriuc pal treeti of
the city, on .it way to the wharf, from
wheneu the prisoners were cnoveyed m
with the priest in prayer, the sheriff
made an appropr iate address to the spec
tatois, and read tlio warrant for thu ex
ecution of the prisoner.
After about fifteen minutes had elaps
ed the prisoner rose, kneeled, and aain
engaged in prayer with the priest, for se
veral minutes. This being endd, he
shnukThe sheriff and othera present by
the hand, and declared that ho died in
jieace with all men. He then ascended
A r A h rtnn . m-, l I. . A I . a. I
aiiu iinu ittu rowu nut uoont ins
neck. The cord which supported the
moieable. platfirm was then cut, and it
instantaneously dropped. He fell near
ly his length and died without a strug
gle. A great number of. spectator wit
nessed the scene, and condticted with a
solemnity and decorum suited to the oc
casion. After, tli? body had hung about 35
minutes it was cut down, and imme
diately buried, a grave having b en pre
viously pi epared in the iSnuili hurying
ground. It is only in rase of murder by
duel, that 'it is necessarily a part of the
sentence, that the body of the convict
shall be delivered to the surgeons for
dissection. It is in other cases at the
discretion of the court, and this did not
in tli" present instance make a part of the
was loaded only with small squirrel shot.)
to lire at it with them wou d have litth
or no effect. Instead of quickly leaving
the ground, as would naturally be ex
pectcd from one' of hi- age, he diew
frm his pocket some rifle .balls, act!
instantly put them in his musket, and
before the bar had reached Itiin, he lev
cued his niece at ana snot it to the
NEW-TORK, MAT 27-
MclauchoUj Jicculent. i' I men: t
state that Air. Bb.vjamin CABPEjSDiitt
a uiidshipmitti in the navv, and a ins
worihy young man, was accidentally
iow therefore stoot lo p'ron
he sentence of thf
liera to improve'.',
vas still allowed f
telves upon the .i,y.
had power to fo; ; ,eir siri?,
concluded by JiroT , clng theirs
vyidfixing -.iy, the 19th, Jt
.ue dayf -locution.
? The r-antes of these 16 nnbapf,
are ss follows;;--4y:t-y.
Samuel PooIe,HBaiIej Durfey,
top ot w ir, when, by a sudden sheer
of the boat, he missed his, hold f the
main ropes, and wag plunged into the
water and lost
FED EH A L COURT.
CASE VF THE tlKATES
- Yestei day. the b'etferaj- Court" fork
up the case of the new ot tic Icresh a-
blch wlto were last year found guilty
Paris, after dusk almost rrjgeu
a besiegid city. At every torty y
n iu uouievani mo passengers enct
ter a patrol of five soldiers, a corn
a d four privates, two of the latter C
ine French and two Swiss. .The fcl
arrangement is observed . By " alH 1
guards whenever mounted one j
are native anu ma otuer nan are lor
ers. This betrays the distrust ol
government and excites 'much rii
ag-aiiut the disaffected, who. boast t
12.000 Swiss would be of small
rt ere the time to come for pressing t
v iews. There is always a guard
palace royale; hut at night theq
r angle is lite' ally sarroiirided with tro
All die public buildings and impoi
Stations are likewise strongly gtiari.
In short, every ihing bears the roar.'
an flDDroHchiiitr t onvutsi in. esnert,
jshbulU t he tTiFme'bel
event in Spain haM pr fluced an eletf
al sensationj and out informant th
that the wani of a distinguished le.
alohe prevents niattera from com in-
a crisis in France. ... V
i SOON, APRIL 13
This d-y the trial of Arthur :Thf.
iiwuod. on aii indictment for high treli
piracy v. Mr.- Stevenson, on behalf f
the assigned counsel of the priso'ie s
stated-to the. Jiu'ge that hn had exainin
Connected with what is Called the ,y
to, sueef conspiracy," was brought 'i
dose, and a verdict of Guilty pro n 114,
PHILALtEtPIItA, MAY 2G.
Some idea of the scarcity . of inmey
' Ialand packet boats , and plenty of butter in our nMi kt'may
if. Hhnrtly af er nrri- be inferred from the following fact, ex-
oue of the Sullivan
on lio ird t!ie Tartar
viugon boanl they mounted liie rv-iH'od. r client fresh butter is Ihig day. Alay 2rt It,
ill attended bv the Hcv Uenih mci. e-, iS0t selling m Philadelphia maiketat
ton - mentioned ; when ht Key. Mr
BaCHMAN, aiaading between ihe two
wreiehed cuIpMts, made a most eloquent
al fervent p iyer j lbe pritnert,and all
nn biard, standing uncovered. I he con
duct of bulb the prinoneM, during thi
aff,c'ingrceiip, was firm and collected.
Clark addressed theui in a short speech,
id which he solemnly denied ?ver having
been guil'y of the crime of Murder, bui
admitted that he had, with others, been
deluded into a service w och eventuated
io p acy fur which he n o about to pity
ti e forfeit of hi lilv ; while those who
projected the artieiue are ho- waking at
iarje in the country, with impunity. He
exjiresiged a fervent hope, lhat his sin
would be forgiven -hi 111 ; ami-declared that
twelve and a half cents per pound.
. KEAV T nK, MAY 50.
Launch. tt 15 minutes past 11 o'.
Iclo. k, this forenoon, the beautiful line
Of bat de ship OHIO, built under the
superintendence Yf Mr.rEckford,"at the
navy-yard, Brooklyn,' left her cradle,
and gently and map-slically glided into
her destined element, amidst the firing
of cannon and acclamations of thousands
of spectators, which crowded the sur
rounding hills and housetops In the
neighboi hood. The day was fine, atid
all the steam boats, and indeed almost
VVtv ot her kltid of n; jyater craft, - were
put in requisition Jo convey parties of
ladies and gentlemenio this spot,' to wit?
nessher decent into old 'Neptune's "do-
I,. CroAu ull 'hit pni-mirii. nnil died-in
. - . v v . j . - . , . . u .... jilt I VI i . .. .. ... , -v.
hh do you lead ? I endeavor, answer- peace with the World. Wolf, though he
d Omri. tn ha n omul ntt!'K a crood -viiiR M mueli oeoitence and 'resignaltoli',
Jiusband, a good father, and a good both before & at the time oMiis executiWUnaiit. Watabour Bay & the East Riv
fiirn . .... . . .Iwl ,,t mntn aiiv nlisprvalinna iinuu ihe !ir u.rfp filprnllv rovprpd with hnn:a m
---u i icim money wiinout iniere8i-!B " j -r--
ricli, and 1 give it to the poor: 'ijire. ,!ic dur,n5 1,18 lat moments. .
"erve peace amongst my neighbors.- Bui- These awful ceremonies having been
yon ever run nai s into " jour finished, the hangman proceeded to make
'at ksida J demanded the Bravery. Ne the haftars fast; to the ropes which had
reverend father, returned Omri. I been drove' through blocks at lhey ai d
iOarry 'ii,r'it, said Bababec : very arms i ; but evincing an ignorance hf-liis
indeed it is a thousand pities; business, the Prisoners respectively,. with
and you wii certainly not' reach above th. ir own hands affixed them, their-eyes
r.e-.ft''tonth-1ieavcn.'.?No higher 13- were then covered with , handkerchiefs,
Jin''dbrnriTrt r.,tt f m i-rv ell.and at about ten minutes pass 12, the fa
wnTented with my lot. What is it to'tal signal gun wa fired, and they
er were fiterally covered with boa;s rna
ny having on b ard elegant bands of
music. Just as the last key wedge was
driven from the' lock, which gave her
frcedom.-saluteS were fired lron the
navy yard, from a detachment at Cor
lier's Hook, fi-,um the Washingtdn, 7i,
and from the Hornet j the latjer vessel
being decorated, in a most tasteful man
ner, with the flags of all nations, and
her yards-manned with hardy American
tars. The Franklin. 7, lying - in the
Whether I go icto tlift-iainetceatb or.run -tin .to- ihc.rcspcc.tive;)rard . fmr injNarth Kiyery ajv fired . sftlutcThe
ed the exception which he lo.d intended intelligent and impartial' jjU
oe inai lasieu tour oays, ana neii,
i wo hundred witnesses were examfy
I he principal Of these were Habeir )
dams, an accmplice, and the ulEcefu
the police who arrcstedlhe prisoner-lj j
Adams testjfii'd to numerous meewi
jenig ui-iu oy tne conspfaiiin, ai w?
to bring heft re the court, hut was Hatis
fied upon deliberate investigation ot it.
that thcie was nothing in it. He should
thcrefore-declinc briitging the exception1
before the court. The- Chief Justtfe
then observed that he we.s aware of the
point that the lounoel avouIu. have re-
t t .
senfed; that he examined it both upofi" w,s Proseq to cciro a Civil V
iirincinie and au'liorjty ; ami he w-.s'.y '".-" :
House the head quarters of a provit t
m nd wontd permit to drcid , that ti1P ay S 've iimetit, and to attacfc the jr
sa ihlieil, as far the course of his nw.nl
Counsel were correct in their decision.
(It was, as wo under. si ami, that the
prisoners were about being sentenced
under a law, which would have expiied
by its own liiiiilat? -in, ere this time,
though it has been continued by an act
ot the last Congress.)
I he Judge tin rr oedciCd the prisoners
to be brought to the" bar J and ' asked
the m, one by one, whether they had
any thing to sayi" why the sentence of
the law should not he- pronounced upon
them. Some of them remain d fiih nt j
most of them . however, gave asnort
narrative of the part which they had had
in the acts of the Irrcsistabl'', con ten
ding, some that they had been orced to
join the enterpnze ; othcis, that they
had bven deceived rnto the belief vf tin
Vrssrl'.H he in." nlawridlv ' rnmntissioned
piivateer ; aiid
got clear of the ousines as soon as they
could. One of them stated, that Black.
a strong witness against them, had af-
isters m their houses, and muiderttbi
At one of these meeinigs, informant
was rcceiyed that 'tht' ministers wer
to dine at Lord Harrow'by's the
evening.. On this i Iristlewood rem
ed,it wtiuld be a rare b tut to mui
them dl, and immediately' firmed,;
a airone wiiness arainst iiiein, uaa hi- 7- .-., .7 . "I
tcrwards confessed he had givei. false P Kse thieves might all be togetheron
testimony. Mr, Stevenson . suggested
whether this was not a good cause forv
new trial. But the Chief Justice stated
that Black was only one out of three
witnesses, and he the least creditable ol
the three, who had testified to the male
rial facts pf the case, and. puttiug bin
aside, that there Was sufficient "evidencefnll these complots was "tnost 'aBBj:
to support the verdict nf the Jury.)
' The Judge then addressed the prison
ers $ he told them that they had Had a
fair trial before an ejjjigliretied and itn-
plan to execute it. They were to
the door open by knocking to wafl j j
and throw hand-grenades among 'M)
ministers, and murder good and bad' f
any were good they ere'lo8iiffer,Vi
keeping had company. 1 ng was toi1,
the rest, lie was determined, he'!
to say to lord Sidmoutb, " hero is,'j
Manchester Cavalry," lead on cilizil
d your duty," He added, that with j j
own butcher knife he would cut oft :
heads of ministers, and carry ofTU1
of lords Castleieagh and Sid mouth
On t hi s occasion. Brt
another of the conspirators, exclaim'
I'll be d --d il l don't believe th!
is a God. I have often prayed t 1
der to be murdered, and now he i
lieard, my prayer.' The houses of l
Har'rowby. Castlcreagh. and iidmorJ
the duke of Wellington, r and the bis?' .
of Loudon were to have been set on ;
.t the same time. '
The participation'of Thistiewoodi
',roved- but his ' counsel ' 'Mr.Ad
bus, contended that they did not 'H
iAunf t high, treason." Ilis rcasonl. )
jvere rtbutted by the solicitor gvnef i