tioi)tnife the Coths and Vandal from the nor
them shores of the Pacific to overrun her. terri
tories h h!i rsplne and denotation.
Jinch uti apprehension Is not i mere chlracr
Huvta is extending her dominion ovtri van
Icnglk of trrttiory ; mdthesun, l.i Ms. course.
rny jet Ithold the Columbia stained with the
minuted b'ood of tho two great nutlons of the
earth. Already has our jealous rival beyond the
Atlantic, trusting to.th-t poirer for check on
our rMnir cfeatness, thrown out the taunting td
rndnliion, !ok well to Russia'., We may cut
Cown thc.wiWernesa to mate room for our popil
jatlon, but without t rnc, we shall .only be wc-V
stretching Itself from" the Atlantic to the shores
" of 'the Pacific, and from the gulph of the south
to the faVes of ihe tiorth, possess the manners
aadaUe'jspirit of the IUvolution-Md,".thoui;h
" every Russian Wert a Hannibal, and led on the
imnotent anl harmless t they snouiu nnu every
. feuoV.siudcnts; if ever America shall be
subjugated, it must hrst.be jy. per. own ocgen-
cracy) sno paruon me lorncucyuig wai,
tf matte rt refinement that dfitreneracv has al-
V - f . fcj 4
' ready commenced. . ,. . ,,..
- The question is, therefore, whether by our ex
Ample and influence, we will help to fear away
the, flood-gates of an overwhelming torrent or,
to Ur as our, united efforts can avail help to bar
: It out for ever, '
' It Is not the business of un address to point out
the precise measures and mode of operation pro
; ' per to be pursued, nor will 1 answer for :he ulti
mate success and reputation of our undertaking i
" the one Is staked unon the other. If its meas
ures be. iudiciouslv framed, and steadily pursued
with maoly and patriotic firmness, the influ-
. rnce of this association, however limited its
' inhere, will be witnessed and acknowledged by
the lovers df simplicity and order ; and its mem
' hers, long after they shall have left these conse
crated walls. will cherish its name among the
choicest mementos of their collegiate life, - Kit
should give rise to similar societies in other col
letres, and combine the influence of all the youth
ful literati in our country in favor of plainness in
dress and manners, who will say that it may not
eventually lead to the introduction of a national
drtkt, and be instrumental in perpetuating the
happy influence of national pride and love of
If America is destined to be the Empress of
the West, till time itself shall be no longer ; if
the world it to behold bcr a mighty and magnan
imous nation, civilized without corruption ; weal
ihy without avarice powerful without arrogance
in the full possession of freedom without the curse
of licentiousness and insubordination who can
mil if she may not be Indebted for the majesty of
her character to the early influence 01 such asso
ciations we contemplate 6-day I
. Finally, whatever be the success of the under
taking, if us object be to associate the character
In the ourtr rf tlu' Jt i, vhit.li, iu the rourif of four
cirri nl .300 liutiM . .
'I he noted fount IVnnimi W by some averted to he
female! and hy other, to be if that d -hjuit l Pr
he would tot sh on t'uc Woolsack M ltu
them. , ,f
r Mr. HronsI am said, no power under Heaven
hould prevent him from ttempung ta no tus
.' ... . . . . I ... ! .1.. I . . Kill
- -- - - , , - i , , . unou d prevent m ni """
Vim sdii rv wcMnu!ly IinnortnJ fitrni Italy to ,nJf V ' . j11.,tAlt riten. , hu hc niikfht be nut
the ir no. nntu in Km.c of our het. Aliuliny, as wc duty to Ml illusti ious client uui ne mini uc pui
TilcivofailuliftYwithIriramLdoMinottnKlHceniorei1n I, muki ii order to nolnt out the Course
U.ghtcr thrtH.mit KiirojM th.ng wh.cl luu , j h counicj hoxl& pUrsuc.H . '
oerurml since the beginning of U.c yrrnrh Herniation, w,'1" " ,il(.f; rrni!niieJllHfi Asked for
when buying mcnti,tffd,-K,n-Hur, will vrn " A r. Uro lgham then con f "
a-iuL'1r5,iwMiIIUiffc,fW nm, uliimattK the immediate second reading ol this bill, In or.
wiv thingbut UtiifhU'r agwirvt tl fabrnators and btlitv. der that It mljht be instantlr thrown out. lie
trt in the swpiom;ii mt rtoiinK', c snau dc conteni io na(j a rjht t0 Htsumet tnat puuiie justice, or who
lie reckoned the gnaitat dupti that the. hole land con- evewaS the party for whom the attorney-gener-
l?ikWiKhi.i; ofiVe uLml,rtandt.,g iilti. forward their witnesses, for public juitlce mus
j.t. r,.i!...r. tint he U to take iio Dart in anv nrorve. have foreseen the iiccssslty ot bringing lorwaro
'lUiifrs rtkitive to the Queen, cither in the Cabinet Conn- witnesses on charges examined into in Msrch,
cil or in rarLanient. iijio. on . hdl brought into that House In July,
T'"'-'" ' " .17: uid llut the altorney'ljeneral biii( the eoun
IUU'8K CF l)ttl)S-TncaaTr Jrtt . - I Ki. for the crown, he had n rijrht; perhaps, to con-
Lord Dacre nrcsented a petition from her Mai- Lidcr the -King' Ministers were the parties
. . . ' ....I'... 1 f .1! i . I A 1 .... L a. . ...
eaty, which espressea her extreme rcgrei mat .lagainsi nimannjii eiww i aiKi tney uugmiiuw
Kef forihcf peUtiohTiwTW w5u Jifm, msteaif Tsiulngln
had now to stale, that she had received a . copy of judgment in that House. Ministers would nev
the Bill brought into the House, which appeared eir liavc'surely oflcred her 50.000. a year if they
to be founded only on written papers, and that no had believed one-tenth part of the charges against
witnesses had been examined Her Majesty also her. lie then proceeded with his argument
complained that no list of wltneucs had been pre- against any further delay in this proceeding ; and
senteu to ner, ana was anxious to enter uer loi-nmpiorcu mc uounc iu juui k uiv jwuhui muuuu
emn protest against the proceedings which had in which the Queen was placed. , aiious steps
been instituted, and to pray that she inijht be have been i adopted, all tending ;to stijjmalitelier
heard by her counsel. . . . and a sentence Inflicted before it- was passed or
After some objections on the part of the Lord even before evidence had been heard against her.
Chancellor, it was airreed that the Queen's coun- She therefore thought she had a right to complain
sel should be called in to ascertain upon what that the first step towards her trial was to deprive
points they wished to address the House. her of that privilege of our law, that all were in
Mr. Brougham then appeared at the bar. and nocent till proved otherwise. From all violence
expressed the strong objections of the Queen to and oppression, from every species of party feel
the mode which had been adopted of proceeding iog, her Majesty now appealed to that House,
by a secret investigation, and that the report of They were now trying her by bill ; and might
the Committee, which was founded on no ci- won have to try her by impeachment but she
dence, was calculated to prejudge the case of her appealed to them for justice,' and she knew that
Majesty. He lamented that her Majesty hid trot tne would not have to appeal in vain, since the
been heard the preceding night, as it was his in- House was composed of the most illustrious peers,
tention to have contended that a bill ought not to both spiritual, and temporal, in JEuroper
have been introduced, and that he had strong and Mr. Denman said, he was at a loss to know how
weighty matters to object against the bill being to address the House, since the orders of the
now proceeded with. House so much differed from the instructions he
The counsel then withdrew, and after some de- had recciteU from his Royal Client. Upon the
bate, it was determined that the Queen's counsel question of time, however, he could have no dif
should be again called in, but that they should fc I faulty in staling, that the wish of her Majesty
instructed to confine themselves to the mode and I was, that this pioceeding should be brought to
time of proceedings. Counsel having been cal- speedy and complete termination. She therefore
led jn, and informed by the Lord Chancellor to desired that, within these 24 hours, she may be
the above effect : enabled to meet her accusers, whoever they may
Mr. Brougham commenced his address by ex- be. It was impossible, he apprehended that the
pressing his regret that be was conbned and tied Secret Committee could have come to its Report
down to this one point only, namely, the time and without evidence before them; and. therefore
manner in which they were to proceed with this it could not be difficult immediately to produce
bill. It, therefore, remained only to proceed to those witnesses ; and for the accuser to proceed
the second reading with this apecibc bill; lor he I to prove the charges He trusted he was not
war not prepared to propose any fandmlot new J guilty of disrespect, when he said that he found
mode of proceedmjr such as that the biu.sbould hrr alt their Lordship proceedings atrainst the
be read a third time before it was committed. He I Queen no analogy to those of Courts of Justice
could understand that he mhrht argue the time nevertheless, that illustrious Lady called on the
ih natrinf villi thft ftamft of the atuHent if it of proceeding to the second reading of this bill. House to suffer her to meet her accusers. I hey
contribute its ndte to the treasury of our country's but nothing else; and if he did so, it might be we ic told by the bill, that that with which she was
virtues, and cherish in her young men a venera- that it was not tor the counsel to attempt to charged had been continued for six yefars ; why
lion for her ancient simplicity if it oppose a dirct the House as to the mode of proceeding, then were not these charges made before I In
single barrier to the progress of ridiculous osten- But the question of time was an important one ; ordinary cases of divorce, it was customary to in
tat ion and luxury t if such, I say, be the object nd hpr Majesty had informed her counsel to call quire what had been the moral conduct of the
of the undertaking, whatever its success may be, for no dely 8t M D.ut rdy entcr l once husband ; and even if that had been correct, there
it is an undertaking worthy of a Lycurgus, a Cin- Pn h". 4eicnc? tbi ?Y ??wgfjb.eyj;ouIdA.pr might bean . abandonment onJiis part, which, would
cinnatus, a Franklin. . . I to-morrow j aim ici uiein aiso protccu io prove jueprivc mm oi tne remedy. lie sought lor4.ane.
the report, and tne strange preamble ol tne bill I however, waved all claim to such inquiry, in or-
that verv n!rht. or nert Shft wai even rlam. I ilcr tn at nnr u tK 1... .11 Um .rrnn
oroiis for this speedy mode of proceedincr. What, could brine: as w itnesses atrainu her. The names
tbecefore, he had to ask was, that the Queen I of all the evidences in every criminal
Braying lor fecaevs. It would Lc absurd to thir'a
dial they w ere to bring on the examination of the
wiiuciars i s-crcn o U(X , iQ-fiiorrow,
Vliarl Grey sn id he saw no reason why tW
shbuld not proceed to-morrow, as well as on Mon
duy and moved accordingly, )t
" lyan warnicy aim wixicu mat mc nouse SnOMlJ
proceed to-morrow. Ife also implored tnluistcrt
to defer the coronation for the present.. :.; '
' After a few words from Iml Uelhavcn, iU
hodse divided; for lotd Liverpool's motion, thai
theliousebe summoned for Monday. 51 1
It. 9 mioritv 37. Adjourned. .
i UOUtK Of (0UM0M yvir 6.
.ltUT PVIL015 l),?e(!R!JlltheJ)otiseof .
ordl on 1 oesUay and v cdnesday evening, tela-
ive.to the Queen, were read. .
i liord Castlereagh' then-ro to explain the Vr
1 - ' ' I m
course ne was anoui io pursue : cut u was oh-
ect'ed that another motion took precedence of
Va THt JtlLAW COMMlHSrOK.
He comes, the herald of a noisy world,
Ni n a from all nations lumb'rinjj at his hack.
, , , ..... .
I-iTEST FROM EUROPE.
Fr.ir.rnK, Ai orT 20.-lc ship AmeHca, Capt. Uh. .s1ec0nd lin?c, immediately, in order to go as spce- son in the land who was denied this right and jus
itm, arrived at this noH on Saturday allemoon. in 39 dily as possible to the examination of the charges, tice : All former" cases of this kind had been at-
iay from IiTcrpool. IK this vessel we have receiVel He implored the house to mike every allowance tempted to be justified on grounds of state ne-
I should not be injured by having this bill hanging endorsed on the buck of the Bill presented to the
over her; he therefore had to ask that the bill Grand Jury; they were examined on oath in open
snouiu eitner De mrown ouc or, at ail events, reaa jt.ourt ; and was her Majesty to be the only per
from our Eurcniean Comnpondcnts, Londou i Papers and for the advocate, and not attribute it to the illus- cessity ; but if that had been the case in the pres
Llovd's ana Shmnmir Ljs's to Julv 9. and Liverpool PS-I .. ! .u.. . i -,t I s ' .. . ... 1 .. .
r.m Sua 1'nees Current to the 11th, inclusive a fowl . ' ... '
Ai.v ito thn Ut-fcro hVn r.i I wwM iw ovucTv Miav sum vi uic ucftt Kivcn ouuovcr six veals i i nere was no snur
TL'L Qt'EEX-The Mfan, (aLondon paper,) floors had influence on that house ; and it had probability of any," charged to make it a matter
01 j.uiy sraxes, inai wie Monday preMOiut, uie Auurcs-i w wn w iw w aiuic uctcswiy in mis case, liei nummc ana
tirs of the Boroutrh of Soothw ark amt'ot the Coniinon I lowest in the realm. ' God crant that she had been distinct amplication is. that nil th rvi.lf nf e in the
all' . '..'".. " I mm' m. . -.1
iuii, Mere n;xscmeaio ner on wjucd occasion the humblest, and not the highest ; she wotild green bag should be communicated to herself and
inai ine more
I'ould bc. He
in the low
1'PPt arafice of two rretn bairs, carried ou the end of a divorce and of pains and penalties could not have est courts of all. have in that (the hig-hest the
Jong pole. They were sealed, and one of them had a la. been brought against her, until the verdict of a power joQjndicatingJicrconduct-atthebarof
'vi-mi nmvii riu ti i tiiv iiy Vila
m uumwi s
tm..n 'ioJ.HJ.jM. r K.t....- i.-... I r.'? ..t j'm. hi.wemu,k aw ih r w kuuw . ior snc was convmcea
nWdlierself in the balconv. ami xvas wam!ir iW! alI8e she wo"w havc been fenced round by the they were sifted the more false they v
bv the nomiLice.,TMucli amusement waaxcitel bv the! triple shield of British justice. Then a bill of Untreated that her Maicstv should, as
XStiM. .... .
j liunMlay, tne estnunstcr Jtdtlreas was
High IJaififl;sirF.Banlettand Mr. ftobhouse
t stv rctui-ncd answers to the addresses.
iu ry-ad gone against her. bv twelve honest, con-1 that House, by overwhclmimr the wimesses' a
prosentSby thel ctentibu andi' impartial " tgrhmen'invhbse gainst her, and y shewing that all the duties of
liousc. iierHaj.doof the influence of the other party might have mart and wife had been violated, as with respect
iihimiu iu, uttMis uue Miigic pdiiiMc oi u ui 11 uau oeen said mat mis was out a uui
v VBf.n'ttwwll"cst'rvlth'", could have entered. This was his first reason of Divorce, and not of Tains and Penalties 1 but
viniiLrrouivaniiu su sisv i - - , - "I . . - o "
leliveriiiethocmyofUie,ml!.sheiuii(lM art tne-same, H he had strength and health to the pitot infamy, and that, too. bvthe Renort of
" ' S ' . : ' ... . . I. ..I ' . 1. ' . . . . 4 1
u comes so laie, as
h' t nof some use to
twenty-five years ago it might' have I urge them see what a situation this illustrious a Secret Tribunal.
mSMajtKty; but as we shall not meet I lady Would be Dlaced in if thev LrranterHinv delav 1 he rarl nf l-ivortwi!. ..;,! ,K- ...
nJ. -femUn?hP ihe proceedings in this case. He was bound put. by the learned counsel, vvhethe thev could
irr uiuni wwiirus iiKwvn. hiiu nail wuuiw iu ctchi . .... ,l4 ,l !.. t. J j,.'!. 1 a.; 1 . .. ., I. . ' .
, tmU..UA h iuw n. . iurusnio uau ueciaeu inai procceu tome second readincr lttrtnediate vz or
iWfcd iir 'ihomas to- convclbese seatiH.ents totlielulc,c w ""peaenmem, irom tne colour i put it oil lor the, ends ol SJlbstantiayuielie
yk'T fcww.,,. ,., , . 6f the transactioris or they wuld pot have made could assure the house that no unnecessary delay
. .r.uu U1.n nn9 wen 1 iiii.uniniin: iiminu mc inclusive wcuiiainieu wun mc eviuence in a case snouici take Place in the nroirress of the bill but
Qi'i Mi Ihnt (h nuict 1'ilu.ml iiitniGi.. if huumv i. mill ki I ...nil .1 ; ..L.'r'."'r .. .- I ... 1 v nw un. ,
. d- n . 1 , W-' ri'- m wruicn mey migni soon no caned upon to mkc. on Monday nes
lU-e. ' T - 1 I ins, in justice to the consistency of their ldad-1 second reading. He therefore moved, that the
-:-j4:AIJAN.WITNESSB$.-A riot took pLicc at Dover "fP 8 proceetungStne was oouna to neiieve ; Jut house be summoned for that day.
on xIk landing of 12 Italian witikssi s, (ll men and one how could he tell whether her Majesty did or Lord Holland said, the illustrious person asked
won-an,)Ht.-aiiwttheQ..eeii. The w itnesses were allot did not. when sailing oliout the Mediterranean for immediate inquiry ; and this beintr an extra,
the West orders. The ir.ob fell tmon -them .ami beat iih ihitiw.:mh uAu i ;r:i..if.. i .J ".' an extra-
them mcwttinmercifullv. . ,.Ki;a . J ..u. u,u,a,y Fiiwai;, paruRing oi tne nattireo
u oiaocriC-tuc. Uioli,
Sir R. Ferguson then rose to bring forward his
motjlotr on the subject of the-'Milan commission.' """
From a review of the course pursued by minis
ters towards the Queen, he said it was manifest
bat -her majesty's great crime was landing In .'
England ; for immediately . on that event takW ; .
place, the green bag was produced. At the hquso
of commons had refused to open that bag, he .
. . i. . et. . r .
couiu oniy spcaa: oi its contents irom conjeciurc.
and report. I his bag, he said, originated wit ji '
the vice-chancellor of England, who had sent out ' ;
a gentleman practuing in his court to MiIan:
whose ptinc)ial recommendation seemed to be,,
that he understood no language but hisowni- '
1 his gentleman collected number of uets, an4 " '
put them, together io the bag. He (Sir R. Fer:,
guson) strongly objected to this mode of, pro- .
ceeding: he complained of the appointment cf -
a secret committee, and of a bill which fcondem-
ned her majesty unheard. This Milan comrniv
sion, he said, had cost the country an Iramehsc . ,
sum of money the first five months a sum sur- ' ;
Dcicnt to tiestroy tnecnaracier oi any man
worrisn existing in Italy. Tbe gallant General,:-!
concluded by moving for t copy of ,the cemmis- '
ion and instructions issued for taking the depo- .
sitions on the continent since heMnajesty a de
parture from England, and the turns expended, 1 .
and by whose order issued... 'fv.v ".' '
J.ord Castlereagh said, that the inforrutloti
asked for could not be consistently giun U' prcs-'
ent. Jhe commission was sent out in conse
quence of information which ministers hn l re
ceived from the continent, and which they cc-M
not pass over, without inquiry .He defended tlz
conduct of the vicehancellor,andof the gentle
man sent to Italy, and complimented the purity
of bis manners f a laugh.) . He should be ready .
to give every information when the proper pc-';-j
riod. ar rived. After tome further, ohser, vauonsj
heinoved the previous qucstioni- . '-;; .r
Mr. Crcvey. contended that; the .present yrzx
the fit lime for bringing forward this motion- ' i
The house had a light to have ,lhe vicc-chancel-i-lor
before them ; as. but for such Intermeddling "-
the whole of the diherences might- have, beei j ,
settled. It rvas the officious Mr. Leach that had
kept these unhappy diflerences alive, and tboj;-
vindictive spirit of the king Order, order- O
der.) Ministers had negotiated with the Queen ' -
at St. ,Omers, and afteiwardt jn London, after ?
they, had been in possession of theseWost serious.
charges. The question betwixt the king and the -
queen was a private matter ; and the kmg was to
be put in the same state as any other man woo
applied for. a divorce. -Tobe. entitled lo mst
remedy, the king must come with clean hands
into court.... (Order)... .on such an occasion... c
r,l !1J .tkr".'
i nc previous question was men cameo,
out a division. . ':rt;...iii
Lord Castlcreaeh must express hit strong
s6nse of surprise and regret at the speech of the
honorable treiitleman, ( Mr. Crevey4l ia which he '
had thought proper to make a personal attack on .
tne sovereign. rucn rpiioeis no maw - - '
tied to apply to that illustrious personage j 1 lor w
no one could they lie loss applicable." "Nothing
could be less vindictive than the conduct, ot
majesty. He (lord C.) would now efer to thd
message trom the throne,which Tie inter.aca i
have done in the earlier part of the Cfcning.i
the house of commons, the question, he though
should be kept open, and In a suspeuiii.
concluded state. Thouirh the howse.ot wro
would pi obably-scnd downabill4o-lhat h0056;
yet, by jWssibiliiyj the
in the other house. He shouldmove that the
order of to-morrow, for rcsumtrig the adjourned
debate, be postponed to the pih of AuguMf m (
the house was not sitting, atihere was no Ue
lihood.it would Income a lapsed wden-
- r M. AY. Ridley said, that the questfon before
the house was hot a- private W a public 0"c ;
and, according to his viewr thh parties were
public on the one hand, and ie Queen on the
other. He regretted thatlhe address to the (
Queen had not been acteU
h-M aetd compro-
If U... ikAnnlil , Vi Ufr0 nCTSinSt tC
Queen well founded AVas it consistent wi
ic magistrates were
i he (iuten Jias tfiken the Villa sitvutcd on
Tc-.ruce, .belonging to Sir. Kali,- forlier surtirticr resi- ccssary
1 m itiaita. or in some other of the kinw' Hnmin. Lirit nf ui,.inJ... ....-1 u:n .: -r ... . .
nw.t wivii. migni renuer ammpeaenment ne-tties.inaii such cases d hir is .t.pnii.
P lltMlfill .l .
tie took it Tor granted that the House the noble lord could nnf. ihrfiit. "till nn lUr.
1 he revenue cf Gr-Brin U eonskk-raldv irnnr Iu. In!V hwluUih .' l...,l A i l , 7 oi. u,c .uiuie Ol tne
justice to keep a second court of inquiry hangup
over the Queen, should she be acquitted by tne
first ? He should niovc that the first order 1
discharged. - .. .
Unl Castlereagh itatcd, that no criminal pro
ceedings could be founded oiUhe green bag t!f
ihu ucn tail vf
T , v.. ,... 1 un mu un; eorreaooii-1 -'I'l.. I fi Ha-. M .kVilA i-. l---ii ...... . . . . . '
M itnna, ctuttJ. thut thm rountrv would f
wi,k .CVCiwi.nt. ,kV hrl heen deliverer
by his honorable ftiendt (Mr. Ceycy,) and
mmistcrt Verc bound to stand 4ip-for tiic.cna
actor of tififfiffiO
h iiuWSuc nBiSuTnl ldr'hwUM
lr . . .. .:! ..... JPVwd oil tM1
.nc. However, or tne rousw: