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Whene'er I saw an old man dote

ell' are ye going, spooney?" brought me thick scull, and happily by the aid of these Upon a fair young bride,

to recollection; and 1 perceived I was in features I escaped with nothing worse than : I'd dress him in her petticoat,

the midst of a crowd of cads and coachmen, desperate cut on the temple. The sanguine His shroud 'twould well provide.

swearing and tearing like so many demons, stream ran rapidly down my face, and hand. Yon cautious burgher, soft and plump, and rendering some fifty yards of the street kerchief I had none to stem or hide it: my Should wed some jolly lass,

impassable without the utmost dexterity and legs ached wretchedly, and I was so besoiled Who all the day would dance and jump,

no slight degree of strength. Their language with filth, I hardly hoped that even a hackney And tell him he's an ass.

was not altogether intelligible; but such words coach would have the charity to alter the proWith jealous lords, ye ladies fine,

as could be understood were not of a kind to bable mode of my taking off. It was non, Ye'd not be long distressed;

be repeated. They all seemed to enjoy my however, a case of despair, and I hailed the Their ghosts in bed-posts I'd confine,

pangs very heartily, and laughed, shouted, and sorriest vehicle on the stand. I cannot expres Then let them growl their best.

shoved me about, till I became absolutely ter- my joy at having my signal obeyed; but dete I would throw open every jail,

rified by their violence. One fellow, with a was the most fortunate event more grateful to

wooden" leg, swore that they often hurt his me than the simple fact of being taken ins And set bold felons free;

shins ; and another, blind of one eye, and this lowly concern, with a very waggish lea a Your judge severe or lawyer pale

nearly blind drunk of the other, told me to my general appearance from its ragged Jehu. As good a bird might be.

bless my precious glims that the blow had not • Drive me," said 1, " to Mr. Anderson's a When lady talks of age to lady,

doused them. At length, through the kind Brompton,” for I had met with a worthy sure I'd stand behind their backs;

offices of a person in a scarlet waistcoat, 1 geon of that name, resident there, who being For every lie a maravedi

escaped from this mêlée ; while the last of my also a countryman, would, I knew, treat my Would make a royal tax. persecutors, pointing at my blood-stained stock-wounds both with skill and feeling ; — * go fast

. O might I rule this ball of earth!

ings, facetiously remarked, that the red-breast and I will pay you extra." Crack went ite One hour of perfect sway was consorting with the red-shanks.

whip on both sides and all flanks ; and, as are Would furnish forth a store of mirth

Suffering much from this accident, I deter- as I live, the jades who drew me were insti. To last for many a day.

C. D. mined to hurry on to an apothecary's, and gated into the commission of a trot. Ah, that

apply some plaster to my lacerated limb, to pre- they had never gone off their accustomed jog!

vent the stocking from inflaming the wound: Where Hyde Park Corner formerly was the SKETCHES OF SOCIETY.

but again disappointment was my lot-I was road is now unhappily Macadamised, and the THE MIS-ADVENTURES or A GENTLEMAN doomed this day to experience that misfortunes ruts are consequently both stony and deep,

WHO REALLY WALKED UP PICCADILLY. seldom come single, and the more haste the By a convulsion in one of these, after several It is very well to talk of dangers in travel worse speed. Hurrying along vis-à-vis to the dislocating jolts, off Aew my wheel, and oper ling through Africa, of accidents at the polar basin in the Green Park, it had appeared for went my coach. How long I lay erbosed, I ices, and of annoyances on the continent ; but a while as if, like the folks in the fable, I had am ignorant; but my first perception was that the following narration of what has happened been walking on loadstone rocks with nails in of being pulled through the door that lay to me, will shew that equal, if greater, my shoes, so heavily did my steps drag, and so uppermost, my muddy and bloody condition perils attend the unfortunate pedestrian who laborious did my progress seem. I felt as if I exciting the pity of the surrounding spectators. risks the exploit of a walk up Piccadilly: were growing to the ground; and, in fact, I" It is all over with him," exclaimed one:

On Saturday last, fatigued with the city was at last fairly planted and stuck close, with. “He's bespoke,” said another :-it has been al and with business, I resolved to recreate my out the power of motion. On examining my over with me for some time, thought I, glancing self with a stroll in Hyde Park. I will see, position, I discovered that I was attempting to at the prostrate coach ; and as for being te said I, the beautiful gates, so admirably con- cross one of those outlots from the Park by spoke, what could a man expect from such trasted, just like fat and lean, between which, which the mud of the başin has been for wheels ? But I could not speak : and to close as a novelty in such matters, instead of under, several weeks carted away, in order that this the scene, some of the bystanders, having laid you pass as you enter London from the west ; reservoir of the Chelsea Water-works may con- me on a shutter, carried me softly into St. I will see the new front which they are giving tain a purer supply of water for the consumption George's Hospital, whence, Mr. Literary Gato the prime minister, and what sort of co- of the metropolis. What it could have been zette, I now address you, praying you to take lumns they are raising for him who has led before, I know not; but I will assert, without some notice of the horrible nuisances which columns so well; I will inhale fine taste with fear of contradiction, that a more filthy and infest Piccadilly in your next Number. I have pure air ; and amid the noble improvements tenacious mud is not now to be met with in Eu- the honour to be yours truly, though I cannot of the polite end of the metropolis, Fry's stop- rope. I will further venture to say, that every say wholly, ALEXANDER ASTEER. page, and stoppages of every kind, shall be for-coroner's verdict of “found drowned,” relative gotten. In this delectable mood I made my to bodies extracted from this basin, has been

DRAMA. easy way through Leicester Square, and en- erroneous, and that “found suffocated" ought

Til DRUNY LANE. tered upon the broad vista to the Pisgah of my to have been returned. But be this as it may, MR LACY again! Three pieces in two months imagination. It was charming to observe that it is of little consequence, there will be water the Stepmother, the Soldier's Stratagem, even on the threshold, as it were, of the gayer enough hereafter to drown unhappy ladies and Love in Wrinkles. All translations, too! quarter of the town, there was a sportiveness comfortably; and as for the mud, I have to it's enongh to drive our patriotic contemand play which is not to be witnessed in the thank a sturdy carman that I was extricated poraries stark staring mad ! -particularly as crowded streets of the city. In Sidney's from it, and set once more on my disastrous Thursday evening's effusion is likely to have Alley several happy urchins were trundling way up Piccadilly. The farther course, in. Ja run. We really begin to fear, from the their hoops, whom I could not help regarding deed, looked wide and clear ;-there can be no rabid state of the anti-gallican critics, that with a benignant smile. Thus encouraged, more mishaps, said I to myself, congratulat- some of them will shortly favour us with a the grateful little rogues followed me laughing ingly; but it was a premature and luckless specimen of original dramatic composition, the into Coventry Street ; and one of them, in his boast in this street of multiplied and never- success of which, we have not the slightest good-humoured fun, run his hoop right against ending nuisances. On the side of the pave doubt, will drive the contemptible crew of my legs“ Beg your pardon, sir !" he cried ment were sundry labourers breaking sundry translators and adapters (who, at least, are in a coaxing tone, and obtained the boon as heaps of stones : stouter hammer-men or modest enough to think other people's nonsoon as asked ; but, alas! the rencontre was an harder granite, I imagine, are not elsewhere sense better than their own) with ignounlucky one for me, as some scoundrel must to be seen. One fellow, in particular, struck miny from the stage. Be this 'as it may, have taken advantage of the unguarded mo. my fancy by the vigour of his strokes ; and however, Love in Wrinkles was very well ment to pick my pockets not only of my hand-ere I could turn my head, he struck me much received, and has to boast of some clever kerchief, but of a gold watch which had be more forcibly in another way. The angle of a and pretty music by Monsieur Fetis. It is longed to my honoured father, and was con block, whose resistance to innovation would really a treat to hear such pieces as the trio in sidered as an heir-loom by his spoliated son. have done honour to a close corporation or the first act, the chorus of guests in the second,

Chagrined beyond measure by this unto- private borough, was by a terrible effort de- and the light and elegant vaudevilles sung by ward circumstance, I was thoughtfully, which tached, and sent flying in the direction of my Braham and Miss Love, after the nightly is another word for heedlessly, plodding on- eye. I am grateful to Heaven that, being a nausea created by the things inflicted on our ward, when a heavy blow on iny shins, from Scotsman, this exquisite organ is in me pro- ears in the shape of “ Signal Hours," " Blue a box slid out from a cellar, ' accompanied tected by a pair of well-mounted cheek-bones, Bells," (not of Scotland,) lugged in literally by a shout, “ Vy, can't yo see ? vero the independent of the usual covering of a tolerably without rhyme or reason. The drama itself is


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a translation of an opera of Scribe's --one of the “ a shower of ice." 'Although the tempera- these are a tolerable list. There can be no doubt that weakest and most improbable of his thousand ture of the air was at this time much above for the purpose of meeting the Society for the diffuand one productions. The singing and acting the freezing point, every drop, as it fell, be sion of Useful Knowledge in a fair field: and we shall see saved it in France, and its copy is fortunate in came congealed into said mass of ice;' and whether the Torics and churchmen are as able to mainmeeting with

still higher advantages here, as the accumulation becsene so great, that branches out in the fight in the departement of cheap books as in Love looked exceedingly well in wrinkles, and of trees were broken, or bent to the ground. The Polish Walter Scott.--A Polish officer of the name Braham acted like Elliston, and sung like him. For several hours after the shower, the face of of Bronikowski, banished for his political opinions from self, for he is indeed unrivalled, and

the country, for leagues, was covered with a of Dresden. Turning to account his acquaintance with “ None but himself can be his parallel." snowy-looking ice, which reminded one of the the history of his native country, and having carefully The piece was given out for repetition on Sa- climate of Siberia. A similar shower fell at the Walter Score of Poland, and has published at teipe turday, amidst unmixed and considerable ap- Perseigne (Sarthe) on the 8th and 9th instant. Kig several works, which have become very popular, the plause.

In the forest of that name, the trees bending last of which is entitled Erzahlungen.
under the weight of the frozen rain, were sub- appeared at Moscow of Igor, an heroic poem, and one of

Russian Literature. A French translation has recently sequently blown up by the mots by the wind, the most valuable remains of ancient Russian poetry. This theatre re-opened on Thursday with to the number of 30,000.

Composed towards the close of the twelfth century, it the Merchant of Venice, and the Beggars' To stop the bleeding from the bites , of occupich the throne of Russia from 912 to 925. The

has for its subject an episode in the reign of Igor, who
Opera. The house was well lighted with oil Leeches.-We lately mentioned that the ap- continental critics do not speak in high terms of the
and wax, and respectably filled from the rising plication of a cupping-glass had been found Mr. Moore's Life of Lord Byron has gone to press.
of the curtain.. Virginius is postponed till effectual for that purpose ; an experienced sur- Washington Irving's Tales of the Moors will be out in a
next week. The smell of the gas is almost geon, however, informs us, that when the few weeks. They are, it is said, a history, in effect, of
entirely gone, and will no doubt in a few nights usual means fail, touching the punctures with composed by Irving, chiefly out of Mss., during his re-
be imperceptible.

a piece of lunar caustic is sure to succeed, and cent stay at Seville.
will be attended with no unpleasant conse- a memoir of his life, and a full account of his death

Clapperton's Travels are nearly ready. They include
quences.-- Anonymous Correspondent.

(drawn up by his faithful servant, now in town). Coinage.- The French government are about Young Napoleon.--A pamphlet has been A second edition of Sir Alexander Malet on Fagging at to call in all the old copper money, and to sub. published at Paris, the writer of which strongly remarks on the first have largely contributed. The

Winchester School, is called for; to which, we trust, our stitute an entirely new coinage. It is intended recommends to the various powers of Europe question is a very important one. also to call in the silver pieces of 5 francs 80 to convert the existing governments of Greece

In the Press. The Cambrian Quarterly and Celtic Re

pertory, intended, we are told, as a vindication of our centimes, and 2 francs 85 centimes, which cír. into an independent monarchy, and to place Welsh neighbours from a charge under which they have culate in many of the provinces, and to recoin young Napoleon on the throne? This project long laboured-of leaving their literary stores to the care them into 5 franc pieces. seems to have excited much attention.

of strangers. Yet, it is affirmned, that the fame of Gray is

founded on a transfusion of the genius of their old poets; Literary Institution.—The half yearly gene

and even the legends of their peasants are unknown beral meeting of the Western Literary and Scien. LITERARY NOVELTIES.

yond the borders, except in the few specimens collected ti fic Institution was held on Monday evening

by the indefatigable narrator of the Legends of the South

Cheap Books. Mr. Editor,-The success of those book of Ireland.-A fourth edition of Admiral Lord Collinglast; the report of which was, we hear, very sellers who have at length opened their eyes to the wood's Memoirs and Correspondence.--A new edition of satisfactory to the members and friends of the absurdity of quartos and of dear books generally, ought to the Cook's Oracle, by the late Dr. Kitchiner.

be made known; for though it be most true that they Institution.

are thinking of their own purses, it is not the less certain French Academy.The election of M. Puis. that the result is calculated to do more good to the pub- The Art of Latin Poetry, founded on the Work of Jani, sant and of M. le Comte Daru to be Members this time. I was present the other day at a bookseller's ! 8vo. 11. 18. hf.-bd.---Warton's Death-Bed Scenes, Vol. III.

lic than any one circumstance that could have occurred at 8vo. 108. bds-Tower Menagerie, with 100 Engravings, of the Academy, has been confirmed by the sale-dinner-at the Albion, Aldersgate Street, one of the No. 12s. bds.-Bridge's Jamaica, Vol. 11. 8vo. 15s.


best dining-places in the world where Murray sold in half Rose's Ariosto, Vol. vi. post Ivo. 98. 6d. bds.-Beck's Hail.- In the department of the Gard, in small volumes, pirke eighteen shillings, exquisitely beau- vate Bills, 8vo. 11. 4.. bas.--Barton's New Year's Eve, &c.

an hour exactly 1,900 copies of Byron's Poems, in four Index to Euripides, gro. 11. ls. bds.- Precedents of PriFrance, there was a hail-storm, in May last, tiful as specimens of typography, as legible as any octavo 8vo. 9s. bds. - Moukeyana,

prices, royal 4to:, 24. 145, which did very great damage, especially in the that ever Davison put out of his hands, and adorned proofs, imperial 4to., 31. 128.; before letters, 61. 68. cloth.

-Booth's Pædobaptism, 3 vols. 8vo. Il. 168. bds. vineyards. Many of the hail-stones were as after Westall

. Then came Franklin's Voyages, in little large as a clenched fist! Fortunately there volumes also, and, behold ! 5000 of them were sold in a

TO CORRESPONDENTS. was time afforded for taking shelter, so that twinkling!

These are signs of the times not to be disregarded. Nor Mr. H. T.'s first sheet of a Ramble westward of the no lives were lost.

is it wonderful that the great Albemarle Street publisher Metropolis, was returned, as desired, addressed to his Mexico.-In the year 1827, official permis- should have determined ere now to push this matter to initials, John's Cofice-House, -- but sent back to us as an sions to sojourn in Mexico were given to 866 some decided result and purpose. He announced, three unclaimed letter. It may seem querulous to complain of

so tritling a circumstance, but a multitude of such inconforeigners, of whom half were English ; being considered at the time as a mere imitation of Constable's siderate encroachments is a serious evil to us. either merchants or miners.' 187 North Ame- Miscellany : but it now appears that the long-meditated long paper read, considerate answer given, and two or ricans were included in that

number. In the three distinct series-history, biography, and practical hour of valuable time has been wasted to no purpose. same year there arrived 152 French, and there science. The publication is to commence with the year One hour is a nothing; but no week passes that we have departed only 45. The foreigners established printed and ready,--so that there is no chance of a halt ents, each writing as if there could

be no duty of an. in the republic are divided into the following after the march'is once begun. Murray has enlisted editor

so important as that of discussing every individual classes, viz. 352 merchants, 274, miners, 91 its opening

as a new and grand epoch in his career. He our friends will be of opinion that this is hardly requisite artisans, 10 agriculturists, and 80 of various shewed various specimens at the sale above mentioned- even on occasions where we feel ourselves most obliged. professions.

ás, for example, a volume of the Life of Buonaparte (to be We last week noticed the establishment in Paris of a New Scheme.—An old French engineer offi. complete in 2 vols.), printed exquisitely, and embellished bureau de mariage, and have since been favoured by cer has lately published a new scheme of rather picture of the Passage of the Mount St. Bernard; and rather choice specimens of applications addressed to him. a whimsical description. He states that, for half-a-dozen wood-cuts of battles, which one might have Some of these being, as he expresses it, . in inferior some years, he has remarked that the lamenta- taken

for steel-cuts also, so admirably has Thomson done English," he finds a difficulty in understanding, and, as tions which accompany the great to their last who, you will hear with wonder, is no other than George Among the advertisements transmitted to us, we were abode, are lost amidst the congratulations by Cruikshank. which their successors are overwhelmed. To have had all the elements of a loftier genius in petto, and and modesty of one lady, whose style we do not think so

now and then begins a new career, in which one may obscure as to be quite incomprehensible:obviate a circumstance so mortifying to vanity, safely promise him higher fame, as well as profit, than he “ Matrimony.-An elderly young lady, without forhe recommends princes to grant a mumber of ever could have achieved in adhering to the ludicrous tune, rank, or beauty, is anxious to meet with a supporter annuities on their own lives, and to distribute seum, or Miscellany (or whatever name he may give it) been accustomed to a sick room, and would endeavour them among those whose real attachment they it written, as he promises, by none but authors of real to render the death-bed of any gentleman as comfortable wish to secure. They will

then, he observes, Thomson, and sold, as it is announced, at some three or tle, and mend stockings. A rich old man, who has had only have to consult their finance-minister, in four shillings per 12mo., will undoubtedly do more to one or two paralytic attacks, would be greatly preferred. order to ascertain the sincerity of the prayers knock up dear books in a year, than any artifice that could N.B. A will to be made in her favour previous to the put up to Heaven for the preservation of their rough

are to be given in the course of the first year-Sir Memento Mori, at the Death's Head and Drum-sticks, precious days; and, whenever they die, their Walter Scott has undertaken various bivgraphies--Mil- Dead Man's Corner.” annuitants will be heart-broken!

man is hard at work on some history-Lockhart at Cer- As the end of the year approaches, we are fain to

vantes-Sir Humphry Davy at Popular Chemistry-Dr. bring such articles as have of necessity been continued Remarkable Showers.-One of the French Brewster at Lives of the Astronomers--Gleig on a History from No. to No. to a close. This will account for our papers contains an account of a curious shower of the English Empire in India, Washington Irving on present sheet having less of publishing novelty than of rain which fell at Chaumont on the 13th the Life of General Washington---Mitchell, Williams, usual, which is, however, we trust, compensated by its instant, and wbich the French journalist calls/graphy, Civil and Muitary. I heard other names ; but Johnson's Parr, with Letter from Bath, in our next.

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