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sides, and then he may go on fearless; and this is the course I take myself.levidently about to disappear. The Courts of Vienna and explanations of Dr Turnbull have proved completely satispromise of admitting the petty princes of the Elbe and the policy as a temporary device to meet a pressing emer-lo would mislead the jury." This was the conduct of a No. 2,922.] SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1864.
.........SIXPENCE. THE POLITICAL EXAMINER.
as if he had been making the mistake of strutting and Hospital Records will become the subject of further inquiry, and spouting in the market-place instead of before the footlights; should his explanations not prove satisfactory, most serious notice but when next he has to choose a part in genteel comedy continuance in the Ioniskilling Dragoons has become impossible
must necessarily be taken of his proceedings ; but, at all evente, his If I might give a short hint to an impartial writer it would be to tell him his fate.
I be resolved to venture upon the dangerous precipice of telling unbiassed for the diversion of his friends, his recent experience will truth let him proclaim war with mankind either to give nor to take quarter; no doubt prompt him to select that of “A Nabob for an
Surely it would have been better to have reserved the the law; if he tells them of virtues, when they have any, then the mob attacks Hour."
expression of the gravest censure till the inquiry proposed him with slander. But if he regards truth, let him expect martyrdom on both
The bubble, if indeed it has not already burst, is should have proved it merited and due. As it happens, the De For.
Berlin, enraged at the presumption of their sham equals in factory, and he is acquitted of all blame. Nevertheless he FATHERLAND GOING TO PIECES. the Diet, ashamed to repudiate openly the Treaty of 1852, remains under the unrevoked censure of the Commander-inThe fantastic dream of German Unity under a lopsided other great Powers that they meant to adhere to that it is to pass judgments upon the evidence of witnesses. A
have from the first given the strongest assurances to the Chief. Decidedly this should show how rash and dangerous and rickety Diet of puppets and potentates at Frankfort
, treaty, and that they would never acknowledge the
Duke bad examiner makes a bad witness, and there are various is rapidly passing away. The people of Germany, enlight: of Augustenburg. Too much afraid, however, of popular other causes which make a witness appear to disadvantageened and enfranchised where they have broken up and got discontent at home to venture upon direct espousal of the nervousness, loss of self-possession, or of temper under a rid of the dry-rotten remnants of medieval rule, amongst Danish cause, they have resorted to the transparent and dan- badgering cross-examination. A witness will sometimes them may one day form a great, free, and wise nation; but under existing circumstances the thing is for the purpose only, as they confidentially whisper, of drift is to get a categorical answer which would convey
gerous expedient of pretending to lead a national crusade, seem to be fenciog with a question when he sees that its and wrong, of expediency or folly, the present mechanism betraying it. It is hard to conceive
how they should have a false impression to the fourt. We remember a question
supposed that such a design would not have been seen of this sort which was met, not with a parry, but a direct of the Confederation, it is clear, will not work. It was through from the very beginning. Twenty years ago, when reply with an explanation tacked to it I did not ask you never meant to do so in any sense save a dynastic one; a Parliament sat neither in the Prussian ror the Austrian
" that,” said the bullying cross-examining counsel, “ conand even for that purpose it has proved an egregious capital, and the whole business of government took place
“fine yourself, Sir, to the question." "No," was the failure. grace and ridicule await its end. By the specious by the written method or behind screens, a hoodwinking rejoinder
, “ you did not ask me for the explanation of my
"answer, I it my it
was not so Rhine to a sort of equality in national council, Austria and of Deputies whose consent must be asked to authorize man who had all his wits about him, but how few are in Prussia in 1814 hoped to secure, without paying for it, the taxes or loans to pay the cost of invasion, how could
Count that condition, especially in the presence of a Court, truly ject to the minor despots of Germany. Neither of them Rechberg or Herr von Bismark imagine that they could or not, supposed to have a leaning to the side of authority. escape questionings which no dexterity could ena ble
The truth is, that a witness should never be called to was just then in a position to insist upon the hegemony. them to parry, and which if not parried must be fatal account for his evidence, except by process of an indictThat perplexing question was consequently deferred. to their delusive scheme? Sometimes Austria, sometimes Prussia, looked the stronger; indeed.
to their delusive scheme? Fatal they have proved, ment for perjury. It is not within any other competency but whenever either made a move towards ascendancy, it
A great majority of the Prussian Chamber, to judge whether he has given his evidence to the best of was always certain to be speedily bafiled and brought to Government in other matters, refused point blank to vote seem or really be evasive, because he is frightened and
already incensed, and with reason, at the conduct of the his knowledge and belief, according to his oath. He may nothing. In 1848 the grasping ambition of Brandenburg, a shilling to pay the army in Holstein without
categorical nervous, but this without bad faith or dishonest purpose. under the false pretence of heading the popular moveassurances as to its object, which Ministers could not give.
Is it to be understood that officers giving evidence before ment, clutched at the Imperial Crown, but was tripped In a transport of rage, Herr von Bismark told them that courts-martial are to be considered on their trial, so far, as up in the very act, and .contumeliously compelled they would have him sacrifice the pre-eminence of the the judgment of the Horse Guards is concerned and the
Last year, the House of Hapsburg Prussian Monarchy to the will of the Frankfort Diet; that power there to punish! If there be this sort of trial, it tried more decently, but with as little success, to obtain a practical ascendancy in national affairs; but in they were false to their constitutional oaths; that as they has this unique peculiarity, that it allows of no defence, its turn it was flung back from the very threshold, and the
would not vote the money, he would find a way otherwise no appeal, and a man may be disgraced and ruined for ever Court of Berlin had its revenge. The petty tyrants have to get it; and that as they were false to their consti- for some equivocal expression or mistaken appearance in now been trying their hands at political pash-pin., Affect- selled their Master to bid them begone. Their last
his evidence. tutional oaths and duties, he and his colleagues had coun
Dr Turnbull has had the advantage of inquiry after cening to head, a popular craze about Slesvig-Holstein, they act before dispersing was a declaration, by the mouth sure passed; but how is the public to be assured that have gone through the solemn farce of outyoting Austria of their Speaker, that the Constitution was systematically Major Swindley and Mr Fitzsimon havo not also been and Prussia at Frankfort, and sending their contributory set at naught by the Government, and that the Royal rashly judged, and might not also have cleared their consquads a-buccaneering. Usurping preposterously the word had been broken. Tidings come from Vienna not less duct and characters upon investigation of particulars ?
We have repeatedly borne our humble testimony to the sented, or were really responsible to Germany, they have pregnant and impressive. In the Imperial Legislature, affected to decree the partition of a neighbouring kingdom, cant and neither Hungary nor Venetia takes any part, a kind and fair man, but no mortal is to be trusted with a affected to decree the partition of a neighbouring kingdom, though the Polish representation is numerically insignifi. Duke of Cambridge's spirit of justice, he is essentially a the remonstrances and warnings of England, France, and majority against the Government, calm, resolute, and judgment on men's characters and fortunes, for what has Russia, they have publicly entertained the claims of outspoken, makes itself heard. In the Grand Committee of appeared against them not as prisoners, in which position noteless and worthless pretender of their
Finance, on the 26th instant, the vote of 10,000,000 of florins, they could make defence, but as witnesses. The policy sort to bear rule over Holstein and Slesvig. Their
demanded as indispensable, was deliberately cut down to of justice is to give all encouragement to evidence within troops have actually taken possession of the province, five; and the grant was saddled with conditions that in the bounds of truth, but how can officers be expected to and Federal Commissioners have seized on the revenues
any other country would be considered as rendering it come forward to perform a part, any failure in which, from and archives, and for some weeks have been actually of censure was carried by eighteen to sixteen, —"That the or unreadiness, may be visited with disgrace and ruin?
nugatory. After a long debate, a distinct and direct vote intellectual infirmity, confusion of mind, misunderstanding, carrying on the business of local government in their name.
“ Chamber of Deputies do declare, that as it considers the Who can foreknow how he may figure as witness under a The Duke of Augustenburg, under their protection, enters occupation of Slesvig neither 'in accordance with the cleverly conducted Old Bailey cross-examination ? the provincial capital, and is installed in one of its chief interests of Austria nor with the peace of Europe, it mansions. His armorial bearings supplant those of its
Major Swindley's ease seems one of peculiar hardship. “ declines to take on itself any responsibility for the con- The Å how Court-Martial had found fault with the animus lawful Sovereign, and sentries keep guard at his door. Europe almost incredulously looks on at the impudent
of such a measure.” sequences
of a part of his evidence as to language used by Colonel outrage; and, in sheer disgust at the hazard of inno Upon the decision being announced, Ministers rose and Crawley. At the Aldershott Court he was questioned as cent blood being spilt without need, has counselled silently quitted the Assembly. It is no doubt competent to the same point, and placed in this dilemma, that he must the Danes to stand back a little until the politi- to the Chamber to reject the recommendation of its Com- either have retracted what he had stated on oath, or cal drunkards become sober. The Danes, very angry, as
mittee. But considering the composition of the latter, repeat what had been censured as prompted by a bad spirit. well they may be, but with exemplary temper and discre- and the temper of the time, little hope from that quarter For this, it is said, in the memorandum of the Horse tion, cross the Eider, and from the other side, while can be entertained. Thus, repudiated by the constitutional Guards, that Major Swindley has not availed himself of looking to their priming, mutter audibly that they will authorities, the press, and the people of their own country, the forbearance shown him, and not ceased to entertain stand no more nonsense. But forbearance, advice, reason, and equally condemned by the intelligence, the honour, feelings which strike at the root of all discipline. expediency, all plead in vain with a diet of mock and the wisdom of foreign States, though for opposite But when sentence of ruin is pronounced upon an officer monarchs like those of Hanover and Hesse-Darmstadt, reasons, the tricky and paltering, Cabinets of Berlin and something more precise than this vague allegation is necesWurtemburg, and Wolfenbüttel. Because they have been Vienna are now left with the whole weight of the odious sary. What were the feelings striking at the root of all suffered to play the fool so far, they fancy that they will responsibility they have resolved to assume, of baulking the discipline, and how were they manifested ? Major Swindreally be permitted to seat upon a throne their shabby vehement desire of the German community, or plunging ley may have done again what he was blamed for doing at cousin, whose father sold his pretensions, whatever they headlong, without loyalty, popularity, or money enough Mhow, but it may be that the blame was not due to him, were, for a sum of money only ten years ago, which sum for a month, into a European war. Princely promises of but to the Court at Mhow, whose proceedings were of conDenmark has faithfully paid, and which he, we presume, German Unity meantime are more than ever brought to fessed irregularity, and certainly not to be quoted as of any has spent like a gentleman. But never did bero in naught; and the territorial integrity, which the mad authority. a stage play come to more summary downfall. Already scheme of partitioning Denmark was devised to strengthen,
A feeling hostile to Colonel Crawley is, we suppose, what his bit of rebel bunting has been pulled down at Kiel, and is for the first time for fifty
years in danger. We repeat is imputed to Major Swindley. But every witness for a the sentries commanded to march off and not to show what we have before said, -the united Germany of a self- prosecution may be regarded as hostile to the prisoner, and themselves again at his door. Already the Danish arms governed people the
world may yet see ; a united Germany it that feeling is to be censured and punished, no one will have been restored where they had been effaced on the under a discordant Diet of despots, never.
encounter ruin by coming forward with adverse testimony. public buildings, and an intimation, in no very round
And an adverse feeling, an indignant feeling, an angry. about phraseology, given to his Serene Highness by
feeling, is not always an unbecoming and blameable feelDivine right, that he must really learn to behave himself
PUNISHMENT OF EVIDENCE.
ing. A witness, in deposing to language revolting to both decently. Already his protectors the Federal Commissioners,
decency and humanity, may be allowed to do so in some after asking in vain for instructions from · Frankfort how It may be remembered that Dr Turnbull was severely spirit of disgust and indignation. A witness is not a they were to play the game, have thrown down their cards censured in the Duke of Cambridge's comments on the judge, he is not bound to be dispassionate; he appears to and requested permission to withdraw. Prince Frederick Court-Martial on Colonel Crawley. The words are substantiate an accusation, and provided he does so with VIII., of the House of Augustenburg, is said to have a talent for private theatricals. It certainly looks very much gravest censure. His conduct with reference to the entries in the him some of the spirit of the accuser. The witness whose
Surgeon Turnbull, in like maoner, bas laid himself open to the strict regard to truth, is not to be blamed for having in