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(Kept at High Wycombe, Bucks.)
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was the contrary to that noticed last month, being nearly
inches : snow fell on the 11th, 12th, 13th, 19th, 20th, 21st,
(Kept at Edmonton.)
TO CORRESPONDENTS. To Clericus : we do not know the address of the widow of Blake, the artist; but have no doubt she might obtain liberal sums for such remains of his productions as may be in her possession. We will make some inquiries.
We had not noticed the Advertisement alluded to by an Original Subscriber, which is certainly very doubtful.
We shall be very happy to hear farther from S.; and if his following communications please us as much as the first, shall feel obliged to him for the series.
We think very well of Mr. Carstairs' system, as far as we have examined it--but want practice to speak authoritatively.
ERRATUM.-In the first column of page 106 of our last No., line 20 from bottom, for “ can scarcely be observed," read “ can scarcely be obscured."
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Notice to Exhibitors. All Works of Art intended for the ensuing Exhibition with the Society of British Artists must be sent on Monday the 1st, or Tuesday the 9d, of March, between the hours of Ten and Six in the Evening, after which time no. Works can be received.
R. B. DAVIS, Secretary.
30-43 29-58 30-0137
RAGEMENT of the FINE ARTS.
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Council hereby give Notice, that Professor Dale will commence the Second Division of his Course of Lectures on English Literature on Tuesday the 23d of February. The Lectures are delivered on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from Six to Seven in the Evening, and will continue every Week till July. This Division will comprehend the Origin and Progress of the Drama, the History of English Poetry, and the Origin and Progress of Romantic Fiction, &c. Fee, 31. for the Nominees of Proprietors-31. 158. for others. The Students of this Class will be allowed to contend for the Prize in the Senior English Language Class.
Professor Panizzi will commence a Course of Twelve Leca tures on Italian Literature, on Monday the 22d of February. They will comprehend the Tescide of Boccaccio, the Italia Lia berata of Trissino, the Gerusalemme Liberata of Tasso, the Secchia Rapita of Tassoni, and the Scherno degli Dei of Bracciolini. They will be delivered on Mondays and Thursdays from Three to Four o'Clock. Fee for Nominees of Proprietors, ll. 48.-for others 11. 10s.
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Lectures on History, by Benjamin Heath Malkin, LL.D.-Professor Malkin will commence a Course of Lectures on the Practi. cal Use of Historical Studies, with a comparative view of Society and Manners in different periods and countries, ancient and modern, on Tuesday the 9th of March. The Lectures will be delivered on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at Two o'Clock, until the close of the Session in July. Fee 31. for the Nominees of Proprietors-31. 158. for others. There will be free admission to the Introductory Lecture on the 9th of March. University of London,
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EUCLES, and PUNCH, as Life in London, with NAPOLEON, URIEL and SATAN, LADY MACBETH, and several Drawings and Sketches, will open March 1st, at the West. ern Exchange, Old Bond Street.
Admittance, 18.- Catalogue 6d. The Private Day for the Nobility and Patrons will be the previous Saturday; and on Monday, April 5th, at Two o'Clock, the
Subscribers for the purchase of Eucles will be assembled to The mode of keeping the above registers was as fol- decide possession, and Lord F. L. GOWER in the Chair. lows:-At Edmonton, the warmth of the day is observed by means of a thermometer exposed to the north, in the "O BRITISH ARTISTS. At a Meeting shade, standing about four feet above the surface of the of the Committee, appointed by the Common Council, ground: the extreme cold of the night is ascertained by for Distributing the Premiums for Works of Art, granted by the a horizontal self-registering thermometer in a similar Council, and to be exhibited in the Exhibition in Liverpool: situation: the daily range of the barometer is known given to the painter of the best Picture in oil exhibited in the
It was resolved-That, for the ensuing year, Fifty Guineas be from observations made at intervals of four hours each, Liverpool Exhibition, without regard to size or subject, and from eight in the morning till eight in the evening: the without any restriction whatever, except that such picture must weather and direction of the wind are the result of the be known to be the work of a British Artist, painted expressly most frequent observations: the rain is measured every for the Liverpool Exhibition, and not previously exhibited in any morning at 8 o'clock. At Cheltenham, the temperature is ascertained by a committee of Gentlemen appointed by the Council.
Resolved-That the above Prize be adjudged and awarded by a horizontal self-registering thermometer, suspended about Liverpool, December 1839. J.WRIGHT, Chairinan,
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dancing and singing, in the presence of the them. They likewise have their residence on Having, by his good conduct, secured the whole village assembled in the hail where the different parts of the earth ; and should a man approbation of his superiors, he was in 1805 body lay. On the next morning the head of by accident approach the unhallowed spot, he sept out as assistant secretary to Penang, the village killed a goat and sprinkled the usually feels the anger of these resentful spirits. where the Company had resolved on a settle- blood about the house of the deceased, and all There is still another class of beings, who, in ment. With his usual diligence, he speedily the maidens within hail attended at the Bali, regard to the qualities and attributes ascribed de himself master of the Malay language, contending with each other who should exclaim to them, appear to possess a middle rank bead acquired so much general information on loudest: Oh mother! come back, mother, tween the Dewas and the Jins, approaching every subject connected with the Indian Archi- come back! This continued till they con- much nearer to the nature of the former. ' pelago, as to render himself and his services cluded the body would keep no longer, when it They are termed Orang Alus, that is, fine, ir dispensable for all the operations pursued in was hurried off, and quietly ed out of the impalpable, or invisible men. I do not know that quarter.
Before 1808 he had become village to a grave, in which it was interred the precise office or nature of this fairy tribe. secretary, and in that year visited Malacca, without further ceremony. The people, though They seem to be a mixture of material and improving himself in all kinds of useful know- professedly Mahomedans, seem more attached immaterial beings, partaking of the nature of ledige. In 1811, when Lord Minto undertook to their ancient worship and superstitions than men and spirits. I have seen a man who, it the expedition against Java, it may readily be I expected. I clearly traced an ancient my- was said, was wedded to one of these Orang supposed that the counsels of Mr. Raffles were thology, and obtained the names of at least Alus. I concluded his children partook of the sugbt; and accordingly we find that he bore twenty gods, several of whom are Hindus. ** nature of their mother, for although he had a a very prominent part in that important con. They have no idea of one eternal Supreme large family, nobody had ever seen one. The quest, of which he was appointed governor. Being, who made all things; although they name of the man was Dupati Rajo Wani; in In this high station he remained till 1816; frequently make use of the expression Allah appearance he much resembled a wizard. Such and from 1817 to 1824 had the charge of Tuah, the term by which the Arabians express are the ridiculous ideas of this people! But Bencoolen and its dependencies. His life and that idea, and, 'borrowing from the latter, are they more gross than those entertained by correspondence in these employments unfold which the Malays use to express the same the Greeks and Romans with regard to their the history of the commerce, resources, lite- idea; but the more ignorant Pasumah affixes deities? The manes of their ancestors are nature, zoology, and other scientific relations no such meaning to it. Ask him what he held in the highest veneration, and are esof this portion of the world ; and from the means by it, and he replies, it is one of the teemed not inferior to the gods themselves. details we make the following characteristic Dewas. In the mythology of these people, They suppose them to take concern in the miscellaneous selections, as fairly illustrative of Dewas are the highest order of beings, whom welfare of their posterity, over whom they are ibe work before us.
they regard with superstitious reverence, I always watchful. They have a strong regard