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accompaniments, would have been ministering | Death, Hope, or Sin, into these religious

the most effectually to the instruction and dramas, representations of another kind, called The Family Library, No. XII. Dramatic delight of our countrymen, and, above all, of Moralities, had by degrees arisen, of which Series, No. 1. Massinger. London, 1830. our fair countrywomen.

the plots were more artificial, regular, and J. Murray,

We welcome, therefore, the appearance of connected, and which were entirely formed of We are not surprised at the wide circulation the first Number of the Dramatic Series of the such personifications : but the first rough of the Family Library; nor do we think it Family Library with no ordinary feelings of draught of a regular tragedy and comedy likely that the conductors will drop from their satisfaction. We are now sure that, ere many Lord Sackville's Gorboduc, and Still's Gammer high station, if they continue to vary their bill months elapse, the productions of those distin- Gurton's Needle-- were not produced till within of fare with the good taste and tact which have guished bards — all of them that is worthy of the latter half of the sixteenth century, and hitherto, on the whole, distinguished them. their genius, their taste, and the acceptation of a little more than twenty years before the stage The volumes are, of course, of unequal merit, moral and refined people—will be placed within acquired its highest splendour in the producbut, with perhaps one exception, none of them reach of every circle from which their very tions of Shakspeare. About the end of the wants some features of powerful attraction, and names have hitherto been sufficient to exclude sixteenth century the attention of the public most of them possess claims of a superior order them, in a shape such as must command con- began to be more generally directed to the as to literary execution; while the shape and fidence, and richly reward it.. The text will drama; and it throve most admirably beneath appearance of these little books, and the style in be presented pure and correct, wherever it is the cheering beams of popular favour. The which they are decorated, „in short, to speak fit to be presented at all--every word and theatrical performances which in the early technically, the whole getting up of the con- passage offensive to the modest ear will be part of Elizabeth's reign had been exhibited cern-must be allowed to be admirable, even in omitted ; and means adopted, through the on temporary stages, erected in such halls or this time. But much as we have been grati. notes, of preserving the sense and story entire, apartments as the actors could procure, or, fied with the Library heretofore, we must say in spite of these necessary erasures. If this more generally, in the yards of the larger se consider the present Number as opening a were all, it would be a great deal—but the inns, while the spectators surveyed them from happier and wider field, and one more certain editors undertake much more. They will fur- the surrounding windows and galleries, began to prove eminently useful to the public, than nish in their preliminary notices, and in their to find more convenient and permanent habitaany thing the editors had previously set before notes, clear accounts of the origin, structure, tions. About the year 1569 a regular playns. Whatever may be thought of the plan of and object of every piece, and the substance of house, under the appropriate name of the publishing Family Shakespeares—and we know all that sound criticism has brought to their Theatre, was erected. It is supposed to have opinions are still much divided on that sub- illustration, divested, however, of the personal stood somewhere in Blackfriars; and, three ject-there can be no sort of question that the squabbles and controversies which so heavily years after the commencement of this establish. works of our other elder dramatists, rich as and offensively load the bottoms of the pages ment, the queen, yielding to her own inclinathey are in every element of interest and in- in the best existing editions of our dramatic tion for such amusements, and disregarding struction_beautiful as is their poetry, exqui- worthies. Lives of the authors will be given ; the remonstrances of the Puritans, granted site their versification, powerful their pathos, and if they be all drawn up with the skill and license and authority to the servants of the and lofty their philosophy are wholly and elegance which mark the life of Massinger, in Earl of Leicester ( for the recreation of her entirely unfit to be placed, as hitherto edited, the present volume, these alone will form a loving subjects, as for her own solace and pleain the hands of young persons, or of females of standard addition to our biographical literature. sure when she should think good to see them') any age, or even to be thought of for a moment We have said so much of the design in to exercise their occupation throughout the a furniture for the drawing-room table and general, that we must be excused for saying whole realm of England. From this time the the parlour-window, or to form the solace of a little of the specimen. It is understood to number of theatres increased with the infamily circle at the fire-side. In most cases, come from the Rev. Mr. Harness, Lord Byron's creasing demands of the people. Various nono doubt, those gifted writers, when they accomplished school-fellow at Harrow, of whom blemen had their respective companies of peradmitted improper passages into their com- so many interesting traits are given in Moore's formers, who were associated as their servants, positions, were only sacrificing their own better life of his noble friend; and whose character is and acted under their protection ; and when taste and judgment to the comparative coarse too well known, both in the literary and Massinger left Oxford, and commenced dra. nes of their contemporaries ; but when we in the religious world, to need any of our tes matic author, there were no less than seven cast our eye over their pages, and observe in timony. His performance will in no way dis- principal theatres open in the metropolis. what large proportions the best of them have appoint expectation ; but we can only afford With respect to the interior arrangements, condescended to traffic in absolute filth, it is room for one extract, in which he breaks a there were very few points of difference beimpossible not to think with pain and sorrow spear with Malone and Gifford; and has tween our modern theatres and those of the of the degradation to which lucre can make clearly and decidedly, in our humble opinion, days of Massinger. The prices of admission, gezins stoop. What lady will ever confess the advantage over them both.

indeed, were considerably cheaper :- to the that she has read and understood Massinger, or “ The theatre, when Massinger first took up boxes the entrance was a shilling ; to the pit Ford, or even Beaumont and Fletcher ? There his abode in the metropolis, must have pre- and galleries only sixpence. Sixpence also was is bardly a single piece in any of these authors sented attractions of all others the most cal. the price paid for stools upon the stage ; and which does not contain more abominable pas- culated to excite the interest, and inspire the these seats, as we learn from Decker's Gull's sages than the very worst of modern panders imagination, of a young man of sensibility, Hornbook, were particularly affected by the would ever dream of hazarding in print-and taste, and education, like our poet. No art wits and critics of the time. The conduct of there are whole plays in Ford, and in Beaumont ever attained a more rapid maturity than the the audience was less restrained by the sense and Fletcher, the very essence and substance dramatic art in England. The people had, of public decorum; and smoking, tobacco, of which is, from beginning to end, one mass indeed, been long accustomed to a species of playing at cards, eating and drinking, were

pollution. The works, therefore, of these exhibition called Miracles, or Mysteries, founded generally prevalent among them. The hours immortal men have hitherto been library, not on sacred subjects, and performed by the mi- of performance were also earlier. drawing-room books ; - and we have not a nisters of religion themselves, on the holy fes- commencing at one o'clock. During the redoubk, ibat, down to this moment, they have tivals, in or near the churches, and designed presentation, a flag was unfurled at the top of een carefully excluded, in toto, from the vast to instruct the ignorant in the leading facts of the theatre; and the stage, according to the majority of those English houses in which sacred history. From the occasional introduc- universal practice of the age, was strewn with their divine poetry, if stript of its deformingtion of allegorical characters, such as Faith, rushes ; but in all other respects the theatres

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