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raised, owing, we think, to the dull manner in Exulting when the foe, M. CHAMPOLLIon, jun., M. Bibent, an ar
which it has been proposed ito the feeling and Like Ocean in its might, chitect, who has written on Pompeii, M. Nes-benevolence of the public)--this is one of his Poured in between the hills tor and M. L'Hote, designers, M. Lenormand, humorous fancies. Some wags bave fastened His myriads to the fight. a gentleman well acquainted with the fine
a deplorable bold mare to the knocker of a Like them that provd boy stands, arts, and several young students amongst doors and its knocking has raked a domestic
Though conscious death be near ;. whom are the son and the son-in-law. Pof Duncany who, rushing forth with a blunder.
And that firm countenance ! the celebrated composer Cherubini,-have de, bust to be resolved Tho knocked so unkindly,
Hath scorn, but nought of fear," parted from France for Egypt (touching by adjunct is supernatural the dag—the moon
sees the spectre with horrid affright. Every the way at Agrigentum), under the auspices the lights and shadows : it is a very clever
What though'à century of mit 3:1
In Sparta he might five of the government. The ancient monuments
More than a Spartan's name scriptions, antiquities generally, and the re- An Easy Introduction to Perspective, for the of the country, the tombs, hieroglyphical in, print. 1..'
Not Sparta's self could give to mains of art, are all comprehended within the
But he, in life's young dawn,, 1: objects to be explored by this expedition. It
Use of Young Persons; to which are added, May win a deathless name, is gratifying to observe a thirst for valuable
Useful Hints on Drawing and Painting. Ere rivals cross his path, information and a love of literature also per- This is the fourth edition of a little work By J. C. Burgess. Souter.
blast his fame. vading other courts: the Grand Duke of Tus
Cold drops hung on his browa baina, cany has appointed M. II. Rosallini, Oriental which is calculated to be very serviceable to
His dark eye glanced in pride Professor of Pisa, M. G. Rosallini, a naturalist, tyros in art. It exhibits in a plain and simple
One moment rouna "and then Dr. Ricci
, and other Italian scholars and artists, shape the first principles of a science, without to join the French group, and pursue their insome knowledge of which, they may be assured
Dauntless he sank, and died, quiries in common. that all their efforts at improvement must be
OPEREGRINE WILTON. Since writing the foregoing paragraph, we
fruitless." The hints in the appendix, if they have received the annexed more circumstantial do not possess much novelty, are still justly
b') I MUSIC
* «! ។ and agreeable communication. entitled to the epithet – useful.!! We hope
SALISBURY MUSICAL FESTIVAL " The celebrated Champollion has sailed
Mr. Burgess does not flatter the public, when We rejoice to see, 4-rich exhibition of native from Toulon for Alexandria, having been he calls it, in his preface, 4 more than ever talent on the occasion of this triennial festival, placed by the King of France at the head of liberal and discerning !"mar
which commenced with great éclat on Tuesday. a commission of six persons, and by the Grand
Braham, in the full vigour of his extraordinary Duke of Tuscany at the head of a similar
powers-Miss Paton, completely restored to the number of scientific and literary men, to in- (We understand that the next picture to be ex. so often delighted the public, Caradori (English
exercise of those exquisite talents which have vestigate the antiquities of Egypt and Æthi-hibited at the Diorama will be a view of Thiers, in every thing but name), Miss Grant, a rising opia. A year and a half will probably be which has been for some time at the Diorama favourite, Terrail, E. Taylor, F. Cramer, J. expended in their researches ; and as M. Cham. in Paris, where it will be replaced by a view Corfe (of Bristol), and others, forta a s glorious pollion has promised to give occasional details of Mont Saint Gothard.
band." of his transactions to a gentleman of Cambridge, we may expect to be enabled to an.
ORIGINAL POETRY. nounce some very gratifying discoveries. It
One Cheer more! a National Song. Dedicated is with great pleasure we learn that Dr. Young
to Lord Eldon : the Words by Richard Bad. has been to Paris, and is completely reconciled
TELL me of what ladies dream :
nall, Esq. ; adapted to a popular Melody by and delighted with his great rival in hiero.
Is it of the splendid hall,
G. W. Reeve. Goulding and D'Almaine. glyphic fame : this is as it should be, and Song, and lute, and festival;
The air is free, spirited, and exciting; exactly henceforth their only contest will be, not for
JewelPd zone and gold-wreath'd hair, what the sentiments implied by Lord Eldon's the priority of claim in the discovery of the
Rose-bud lips and forehead fair ?
celebrated suggestion demanded.
* Church Phonetic characters of the hieroglyphics, but
Is it of the love-born dance
and Throne,” and
Ire set to the
no Papists, ". ** who shall contribute most to the full elucida- Beauty, youth, and elegance
best of music, and may be sung most effica. tion of these long-hidden mysteries.”
Eyes that in devotion beam ;
ila wciously after the best of dinners, and over the
Tell me of what ladies dream;
Is it of the summer-woods,
Vaqo ter Isabel to her Lover. Written by James
Stewart; composed by G, Kialmarko do Inscriptions and Belles lettres, three very in.
Fairy haunts and solitudes;
Power. teresting papers were read : the firsty a letter
Of the fragrant bloss’ming boughs, An answer to the beautiful serenade, Wake, from M. Laborde, jun. who is on his travels Moonlight hours and lovers’ yoms ; 1. A Dearest, wake!-- pleasing, but very inferior in the Holy Land, and who has made some
Rural cottage, neat, and lone,
to the strain that suggested it. important discoveries there; the second, a
With some dear beloved ones. treatise, by M. Abel Rémusat, on the natural
Blissful days that minutes seem;
The Poities Invitation. R. Guylott. J. Willis. history of China; and the third an essay, by
These of these do ladies dream? A VERY pretty and light cavatína, appropriate
;)!*1 M. Dureau de la Malle, on the Agrarian Law, · Tell me of what ladies dream :
to a fairy
• 104 -0.IS BIB the subject of so many contradictory disquisi.
Is it of the stormy wave,
1 1 AOC 16 Erin's Harp. J. Willis.! tions. M. de la Malle differs in some points Where the tall ship found a grave;,
A$ WEET ENOUGH ballad, the words by J. B. from Niebuhr.
Of the lonely battle-plain,
Prörter;" but the pre-occupation of Moore is
in..... sorely against any other bard of the Harp.
Musard's Swiss Quadrilles, Willis.si
A VERY excellent set, and sure to be popular
with all the dear belles and gents of she light engraved by J. Romney. J. Bulcock,
July 29th, 1828.
The private dance and the
public ball will be alike beholden to these Bible: pretty and pious. There is much sim. WRITTEN UNDER A PAINTING or THE charming airs. plicity in the design, and the engraver has
SPARTAN BOY." given it its due effect. “ The boys steal with so much caution, that one of them,
DRAMA. having conveyed a young fox under his garment, suf
KING'S THEATRE. Disturbed by the Nightmare.
fered the creature to tear out his bowels with its feet
and claws, choosing rather to die than to be detected."- Sontag. This favourite singer has been re*) Theodore Lane ; engraved by H. Dawe. Plutarch's Life of Lycurgus. Yes,
engaged for the Opera next season ; and we "J. Bulcock. Rittner, Paris.
His sire was of the few las en 0141' soit are assured that, by one of the clatises of her Poor LANE,-(for whose bereaved widow and Who stood in Phoeis strait,
Mtv agreement, the same is to be void, in-dose she family, by the way, we would fain recommend Waiting a glorious grave, to b2b pe 1937. cmarrjes va sovereign prince during the term a more ample subscription than has been Exulting in their fate : russau mi vel of these articles !! This lady is indeed trago
STANZAS FOR MUSIC.
the 801 dri
nifique in every thing. She had to play the hall lotteries, to attracti crowds of the worst that if this and other means of encouragement heroine in the Lady of the Lake, when Sir description to their blackguard precincts, and, were resorted to, France would, in the course W. Scott was in town; and she sent to him of course, exclude every well-regulated branch of ten years, be enabled to produce her annual for instructions how to put on her tartan plaid. of the community from such amusements. consumption of sugar. The good-humoured baronet (as is told) re- The fashion, it seems, is to inundate the town Balloon.- Madame Garnerin has ascended plied, that if the application had come from a with orders, at the price of one shilling each, 1200 yards, at Brussels, and descended, safely, mon, he should have been glad to assist him which admit to boxes, pita or gallery, of per parachute. in arranging his costume, but that he really (as we are told) the Coburg and also Sadler's Earthquake.—A severe shock of earthquake durst not trust himself with the ticklish task Wells. Two or three thousand persons are was lately experienced at Lima. It has injured of dressing so bonny a lassie!!
thus nightly admitted, and the dis.order which the city much, though, happily, without the Ballet. There is some talk of its being the prevails can hardly be imagined by any one loss of human lives. intention of the managers of the King's The- who has not witnessed the behaviour of so Madame Le Normand. This celebrated atre to try to go on with opera only, as in promiscuous an assemblage. Such abuses tend French fortune-teller has recently been exer. Paris; and to dispense with the indecencies of much to lower the Drama : and while on the cising her profession in London ; and was via the ballet. All the old gentlemen, frequenters subject we would also animadvert on the gross sited by multitudes of our curious countryof the house, it is expected, will oppose this impropriety of keeping the Haymarket 'The women and countrymen. We are informed, innovation ; for they say, that as they cannot atre open to such late hours as is done by that to those of a rank which might entitle hear very well at their times of life, it is very the exhausting representation of five-act co- them to be called public characters, her reve. hard to hinder them of their only other enjoy- medies, and often of four pieces in one evening. lations were quite wonderful; but in less no. ment-seeing as much as they can.
The only object to be gained by this repre- torious cases, no strolling gypsy ever made
hensible custom, is the money which dissolute more absurd and glaring blunders. So far HAY MARKET.
and vicious visitors add to the receipts, by from being able to penetrate into the future, On Monday a'comedy in two acts, with music, staggering in at midnight, and being guilty of she shewed herself utterly ignorant of the from the pen of Mr. Planche, and called the conduct disgraceful to any place of general re- past; and confounded all ranks, facts, and Green-eyed Monster, Was" produced at this sort. The outrages continually offered to pub- circumstances, in the grossest manner.
Her theatre; and we need hardly say with com- lic morals in this way are almost incredible ; fee was generally two guineas, but she would plete success, for the dramatic efforts of this so much so, that it is very hazardous to take cake one — rather than disappoint the appli. gentleman appear to be as 'sure of popularity a modest female to a theatre, where you are cant. She was accompanied by another fe. as they are prompt and prolife. The first act in danger every moment of hearing the most male, apparently very acute and intelligent, of the piece is founded upon the pleasant improper language, and seeing the most fla- by whom her failures were attributed to the little vaudeville of les Deur Jalour—a great grant acts of indecorum. Managers may be difficulty of foreseeing events through the En. favourite at the Opéra Comique in Paris : lieve it or not, but they surely lose more by glish language, with which Madame Le N. but the sequel, in which the tables are turned banishing the respeotable portions of society happened not to be acquainted. upon the jealous husband (Baron Speyenhau- from their houses, than they can gain by hold. Eye-Inscriptions.--Somebody at Manchester sen, Mr. Farren), and he is cured of his ing out attractions to the profligate and offen- has now claimed for a boy or girl thereabouts, green eyed' distemper by the ruse of every sive, who to their other annoyances invariably that it has its father's name inscribed on the body's being jealous of him, is due to the add that of destroying, by their noise and im- iris of one eye, and the date of its birth on the invention of Mr. Planché, and is indeed a pertinence, whatever of amusement or interest other. This must be, according to the promost amusing and laughable development of might be derived from the stage. In short, verb, “ a wise child that knows its own fa. the original idea. The humour which the a playhouse .ought not to be a brothel ; and ther;" and not a coin-age of the brain and author has thus happily introduced into his though it is not possible, perhaps, to steer 20-sous piece, like the little Josephine from drama is admirably embodied by Farren, entirely clear of certain displays of vice, it is France. But there is nothing like wonders whose performance throughout may be styled decidedly possible to confine them within bounds, for precedents ; and we should not be surprised perfect. There is no straining nor exaggeras to avoid distressing families, or, wounding the to see it become the inconvenient) fashion for tion; but a rich, natural, and pure vein of feelings not of the virtuous or prudish alone, but every baby to have its papa's iniţials at least comedy, which 'effeets every thing without of every well-bred person. Much to the credit on one of its peepers. Yet, as much trouble seeming ambitious to overstep the most modest of the English Opera House, this is achieved might ensue from this sort of record, we would bounds of acting. The other characters are within its walls; and women, children, and advise all ladies who love their lords, &c. &c also well supported. The baroness by Mrs. parents, may safely go to enjoy the rational to think much of their prayers ; and so we may, Faucit, the niece by. Miss F. H. Kelly, her entertainments so amply provided, without the by the force of imagination, look for children lover by Mr. Cooper, a yager of most commenda risk of paying for them a price beyond the with the Lord's Prayer and Creed upon their able spirit by Mr. Vining, a soubrette by Mrs. value of any amusements to compensate. eyes, as plainly as ever they were written Humby, and a gardener by Mr. Wilkinson
within the bounds of a sixpence by any dili. all of them jealous in different ways, but
gent penman. ultimately disabused of that passion, to have A new French troupe is about to open for Wells: Irrigation. The Royal Society of other and better feelings substituted in its melo-drame at the West London Theatre on Agriculture in France has offered premiums place. The incidents, and the equivocal Thursday. Among its' meinbers is M. Perier, for boring wells in such a manner as to bring scenes which feed the monster, are well con- one of the premiers acteurs of the Comédie the water to the surface of the ground, and trived and very entertaining, as the laughter Française ; M. Meynier, the principal of the thus render it applicable to the purposes of of the audience loudly testified; and, alto- Porte St. Martin; and several other able agriculture. gether, this is the best hit of the season for artistes.
M.Cousin..M. Cousin has concluded his the little theatre, where the company is not
course of lectures in Paris on the study of the so strong as we have seen it in former years,
The English Theatre in Paris closed with history of philosophy. His whole course, how. Some of the music by Mr. Lee is pretty Macready's Othello, which was received with ever, has been merely an introduction to that enough, some of it rather indifferent; but one the most enthusiastic applause. After the fall study. Next year he is to enter on the subject song by Mrs. Humby, “ I cannot marry of the curtain the audience demanded his re- itself. He appears, from the reports in the Croutz' has made quite a Cherry-ripe impres appearance, to receive their homage and their Paris journals, to have made a very powerful sion, and is in prodigious demand by encorers farewell
. In vain did Abbott represent that impression on his auditors. every night. The German costumes are far this was contrary to the regulations of the
Cancers.—A French physician, of the name more correct, and consequently far more be- police. The greatest uproar continued for of Lugol, has published a history of a disease coming and deserving of praise, than is usually above twenty minutes. At length a deputa- in the brain, perhaps unique. 'In the short the case on like occasions. We have no doubt tion from the pit forced Macready on the stage, space of four months several hundred cancers but the Green-eyed Monster will infect mul- and a crown of laurel was thrown at his feet.
spontaneously formed there; and when the titudes (with merriment) during the remain.
head was opened, after death, they were found der of the season.
to be completely soft, and in fact fluid. M.
Beet.rool: Sugar.-It has been proposed to Lugol takes occasion from this curious fact to ma MIXOR THEATRICALS: ABUSES !!
the French government to establish a model combat the theory which considers cancers as A STRANGE and shameful practice has, we farm, in which the best modes of cultivating the result of inflammation.
2011 hear, been adopted by some of the Minor beet-root, and of extracting from it its sugar, Infant Schools. We are happy to observe Theatres ; an expedient, resembling the Vaus. I may be taught. The proposer pledges himself, that these excellent institutions, the great oba
further notice.-Admission 18.
before the letters 21s.
41. 48. 50. 48. 48.
jects of which are to relieve parents from the with the poem-ard wluch is itself a splendid poem-and care of their children during their labours in it, after all, says nothing of him which Lord B. has not
which would not annoy the worthy Laureate, as
ADVERTISEMENTS. the day, and to prevent those children from said elsewhere?
Connected with Literature and the Arts. wandering about the streets, and becoming
The Fall of Nineveh, Deluge, initiated in every species of crime, have been of which the hero and heroine are of the poetical persua
THE EXHIBITION of the above PIC. introduced in Paris. Our old acquaintance
TURES, by Mr. MARTIN, the Painter of a Belshazzar's Mr. Gleig, author of the Subaltern, has in the press a Alexandre, the ventriloquist, has advertised Series of Tales of Military Adventure, entitled, the Chel- Feast,“ will close on Saturday, August 2011. Sissema sea Pensioners.
Subscriptions for the Prints of the Fall of Nineveh, and Delage, one of his performances for their benefit. Mr. Southey has also in the press, the Story of the are received at the Exhibition-room, and at Ms. Martin's, 30, Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, in verse, by Cock and the Hen: a Spanish romance.
Allsop Terrace, New Road.
: highly esteemed as an able version, and indeed announced.
Exhibition in the Gallery of the Royal Mews, Cbaring in many passages he has completely seized Neele, Esq., consisting of Lectures on English
In the Presso--Literary Remains of the late Henry Cross, will continue open Daily, from Nine till Dusk, until the spirit and energy of the author, particu- Tales, and Miscellaneous Pieces, in prose and verse: Riband and saw Looms in the Gallery are from Nine kin one,
The in may be at the larly his apostrophe to the ocean, which is full never before published.-Two Letters, in reply to the and from Two till Six, Daily.
T. S. TULL, Secretary, of life and vigour : in other parts he is less Bishop of Salisbury on 1 John, verse VII., by the Rev.
A Second Edition of the Catalogue is now ready, and may be happy, his imitations being but a feeble shade tion of Poison upon the Living Body,
by Dr. Addison bad at the Gallery, price 18. of Lord Byron..Paris Letter. and Mr. Morgaii, of Guy's Hospital.-Medical Essays
b Metallic Electricity.-M. Auguste Delarive, Heart, &c., by Dr. Joseph Brown.- The Last of the on Fever, Inflammation, Rheumatism, Diseases of the
PRINT of SUNDAY EVENING. of Geneva, has constantly observed, that the Plantagenets, an Historical Romance ; illustrative of the
* Train up a child in the way he should go, and when action produced by the component parts of a Public Events and Domestic Manners of the
Fifteenth he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs, chap, szii. ver.
Engraved by J. Romney, from a Picture by R. Farrier, Esq. galvanic pile has ceased either when they were Century.
Prints 78. 6d. French proofs 108. 60. India paper props 154. placed in a vacuum, or in a medium which did
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Book of Genesis, interlinear, Hebrew and English, with other hand, M. Delarive has successfully re- Text, 8vo. 108. Gd. bds.; without Text, &c. bds. Hanpeated the experiments of an English chemist, sard's Parliamentary Debates, Vol. XVIII. royal svo
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No. LXXV. These plates, which, placed at a certain disa hf.-bd.—Edmonson on Christian Ministry, 12mo. 5s.6d. Ireland, its Evils and their Remedies. Life and Travels of
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John Ledyard-5. On the Present State of the Jews-6. Conti. tion except by means of the ambient air, never.
nental Travelling, and Residence Abroad. Reconstruction
the Federative Policy of Europe-8. Chronological History of the theless exhibited a considerable degree of elec- METEOROLOGICAL JOURNAL, 1828. West Indies--9, Mr. Brougham's Speech on the Present biasa at tricity. The consequences which result from August.
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Hanover to Great Britain --IX. Rosetti's Dante-X. Modern Rain fallen, 1-325 inches.
French Norels-XI. Bescow; Swedish Drama--XII. Turkish Edmonton.
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Clergy and Military Resources-XIII. to XXIII, Reviews of LITERARY NOVELTIES.
various Modern Publications-XXIV. Lo XXVII. Necrology and Latitude...... 51° 37' 32" N.
Literary Intelligence. The Juvenile Forget-Me-Not, we are told, is to contain Longitude.... 0 3 51 W. of Greenwich.
No. IV. will appear in October."ın 32!3 har a pumber of engravings on steel, besides wood-cuts. principal feature of attraction in this department will be
Black, Young, and Young; and Bossange, Barthes, and Lovell, an engraving by Thompson, from Behnes' bust of Her
London, T. Clark, Edinburgh; and Hodges and Smith, Dublin. Royal Highness the Princess Victoria.--The literary por- Mr. Novello writes to assure us that he is not the
In 1 vol. Bro. with Plates, price 158. tion of the volume is formed of the contributions of Mrs. author of a Summer's Ramble, though he is in the secret. THE ITALIAN CONFECTIONER; or, Hannah More-Mrs. Opie- Mrs. Hemans--the Author of “ An Old and Constant Subscriber" is informed, “Selwyn in Search of a Daughter" --James Montgomery that the volume whence is enumerated the direful of the Art, according to the most modern and approved Practice.
Complete Economy of Desserts : containing the Elements William and Mary Howittthe Author of " My Early effects of cometary influence, (slightly glanced at in By G. A. JARRIN, Confectioner, Nev Bond Surat. ... Days," &c.—Rev. Dr. Walsh-Miss Mitford- Mrs. Hof- No. 603, in the paper on the comet, and which
The 3d edition, corrected and land-Richard Howitt-Miss Jewsbury-the Author of shew him, if particularly wished,) is Seller's Celestial
* This is one of the best works on the subject extant, and
enlarged " Solitary Hours"-Allan Cunningham, &c.
Atlas, the title of which runs thus:-Atlas Cælestis: con- forms an excellent sequel to Ude's French Cook.'"-Luilerary French Press. In consequence of the removal of all taining
the Systems and Theoryes of the Planets, the Printed for W. H. Ainsworth, 97, Old Bond Street. As obstacles by the new law respecting the periodical press, Constellations of the Starrs, and other Phenomina's of the Of whom may be had, in 1 yol, 8vo. price 124 which is about to come into operation in France, Le Heavens; with Nessessary Tables relateing thereto: colGlobe, which has hitherto been compelled to be general, lected by John Seller. There is no date, but published
The French Cook. By Louis Eustace. Ude, though liberal in its political disquisitions, states, that it probably in 1678 or 1679:
by another work, it appears ci-devant
cook to Louis XVI. and the Earl of Seftons date in France; without, however, relinquishing its philoso contains about sixty very curious engravings, particularly will take a direct and active part in the contest of parties the author was Hydrographer to the King. The Atlas Steward to HR. M. the late Date of York, and now Steward to phical and literary character. of “Variæ Cometarum figuræ, sicut variis mundi ætatibus
Insanity. A second edition of Dr. Walsh's Journey from Constan- apparuerunt." Among these is the comet of 1607.
In I thick 8vo. vol. price 183. tinople, which has been some time out of print, is nearly We have been charged with error for the statement OMMENTARIES on the CAUSES, ready; and contains, by way of addition, accounts of the that the comet of 1680 approached no nearer the earth's FORMS, SYMPTOMS, and TREATMENT, MORAL Sieges to which the Turkish capital has been exposed. orbit than a distance equal to the semi-diameter of the sun and MEDICAL of INSANITY. A letter from Montreal announces that Mr. Galt is en-(see No. 603); and it is alleged, that we should have
By GEORGE MAN BURROWS, M.D. gaged on a history of Canada.-Spectator, Weekly Journal. said a semi-diameter of the earth: in confirmation of the
Member of the Royal College of Physicians of London, &o. kes Mr. Murray has sold since January last 17,000 copies of former statement, however, we have to quote the words
Printed for Thomas and George Underwood, 82, Fleet Street.nd Lord Byron's Workā, in four small volumes. This is a of Dr. Halley, from his Synopsis of the Astronomy of striking proof of the advantage of cheap bookselling Comets. “ Hitherto," says he, « none has threatened
on SOME with myriads of wood-cuts: of the first one, 30,000 are calculation, I find that in November, 11 deg. 1 hour 6 min. said to be sold! There are to be twenty-four Numbers-P. M.,
that comnet was not above the semi-diameter of the of the PENINSULAR WAR," occasioned by Lieut-Colonet twelve shillings for this ruffian !
Napier's « Reply," &c. sun to the northwards of the way of the earth."
By PERCY, VISCOUNT STRANGFORD. internet Sir W. Scott's next Novel is founded on certain in- There seems to be a great deal of quackery in such
Printed for John Murray, Albemarle Street. cidents in the history of Charles the Bold, Duke of Bur- paragraphs as the following, which has been addressed to gundy, and will include, on dit, his final conflict with the us. We are sure our friend Von Martius, however, has
London University Text Books. Swiss. The scene partly in Burgundy, partly in Switzer- nothing to do with it. land.
“ His Majesty the King of Bavaria has most munificently presented to the Medico
R. LARDNER'S EUCLID. 8vo. price
DR. The three new volumes of Tales of a Grandfather are Botanical Society of London, of which he is a member, to be ready for Christmas: they bring down the Scottish and which his most gracious Majesty the
King of England
2. Dr. Lardner's Trigonometry. 2d edition, story to the end of the Rebellion in 1745.
has lately been pleased to take under his immediate 8vo. price 126. boards. Captain Basil Hall has finished his “ walk" in the patronage, - a collection of nearly 600 dried plants, indi
3. Dr. Lardner's Calculus. 8vo. price 21s. United States-has travelled in all 16,000 miles in their genous to his and the neighbouring dominions, arranged boards. territory in fifteen months and is now hard at work according to the natural system, by Professor Martius, of
4. Dr. Parizzi's Selections from Italian Prose " making book." Much may be expected from this con- Munich, whose travels in the Brazils, at the expense of Writers, small 8vo. price 10s.6d. boards.
the late King of Bavaria, have added great riches to Don Juan, in two volumes, has appeared, beautifully every department of natural sciences. The colours
of the By Augustus
de Morgan, B.A. Nearly reads.
5. Introduction to Algebra, from Bourdon. is much better than in the former derni-piratic editions, mode of drying them adopted by the learned botanist.”
6. An Elementary Italian Grammar, &c. and the appearance very handsome. But why still keep We are sorry to confess that we do not comprehend and Publisher to the University of London and sold by James
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