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rage !

“ Nay, but Religion, still, is” - Quite the the same character as that of Père la Chaise, but

on a much more magnificent scale. This, at JUVENALIA.--N0. II.

“ Is not Morale"-The foible of the Age? the same time that it will supersede the ne0! is that Terror fled, indeed, from Earth? “ Are not our English Ladies most”-Demure? cessity for burying the dead within the meOr sleeps it, blindly gnawing for new birth, “ Who is their pet at parties ?”_Simon Pure tropolis, will add considerably to the archiWithin her monstrous womb ? at Heaven's “ When did so many Gifted Brethren tectural improvements of the north side of this accord,

Whine ?

[fine? great city. Ready to burst its dark Cimmerian ward, " When were so many Bibles" Bound so We have been favoured with a view of all the That fell Destroying Angel of the Lord ? “ Has not almost each field a Church ” — And drawings and plans explanatory of the geneThat Sword of God! which his avenging ire

tub ?

[hubbub? ral scheme. It is intended to occupy a site of Swept round whole Europe like a torrent-fire!“ Did e'er new Preachers ". Make so much 150 acres, about Primrose Hill, to be divided Which seemed as if by Providence designed, “ Swarms not the Land with Sermons”-And into three regions of tombs. The inner region, For our dread sin, to decimate Mankind !

with Tracts ?

of 42 acres, to be adorned with several temples, Has he, whose wrath came whitening o'er the “ Pay we not swingeing Tithes ? and Poor- exact copies, and of the same dimensions, of the wave, (grave, Rates ?"_Facts !

most celebrated ancient Greek and Roman Too fierce a Spirit for clay, sunk through the “ Behold our Bishops busy"_At St. James ! structures, intended for mausoleums, and to To Hell's proud gates ? and his red-berried" See our Donations !” – And the Donors' contain monumental memorials of those_inwreath


[I own ! terred within the catacombs beneath. This Madly resuming, crowned himself as DEATH ? " Missions dispersed "- That should disperse, region, to be surrounded by a double cloister, Whether to Heaven, or his skull-structured" And the vile Slave-Trade driven no more" opening on the two outward sides to the inner throne,

In Blacks alone !

and outer region. The second region to be Or to Cerberean slumber, he is gone!

Prithee forgive this Hotspur mood of mine, appropriated to sepulture, and the site to be Sin, Sickness, Want Destruction's menial But passion fires, at times, the soft divine ; disposed of in single or family catacombs, and train,(main ; Indignant scorn confest I feel, to see

to be adorned with monuments, which will Murder (both care and cart-borne !) still re- That Sovereign Sin, that hag Hypocrisy, afford a rich and varied display of the archi. But he, the Appaller of all Hearts, is fled, So dupe the witless World, and simple thee! tectural and sculptural taste of the British And even his Mime of Muscovy is dead !

artists. These two regions to be planted and Religion now begins to breathe from prayer,


laid out in the modern style of ornamental Nor wearies Heaven to make good men its care ;

gardening. The third region to be appro

METROPOLITAN IMPROVEMENTS: Humility starts up, and wipes her knees ;

priated to the purposes of general sepulture, While, pick-tooth, Adoration stands at ease ; Proposed Grand National Cemetery. upon a plan that will secure the salubrity of No earnest dowagers on hassocks moan, The best efforts of scientific ingenuity and the spot, and relieve the respective parishes No politicians in pew.corners groan, public spirit appear to be now in full operation from the danger and inconvenience of burying With pious imprecations on the Gaul for the architectural improvement of the Bri- in churchyards.* The whole will provide dry Sighed in at each Amen; that bolts would fall, tish metropolis. This is as it should be. The and commodious sepulture for all classes, and seIn mercy, on the French, and blast them all! metropolis of Scotland has long been designated cure the sanctuary of the grave from violation. Britain is safe; thanks to our gallant Fleet, " the Modern Athens ;" and justly has it ob It is not possible, in this brief sketch, to Boulogne's flat-bottom boats dared never meet ! tained that high distinction, from the classic notice all the advantages proposed by the Nay, by St. George ! we the invaders were, structures which adorn that intellectual city. scheme; and we can only add, that the plan, With half barbarian Europe in our rear ! Englishmen, it may be presumed, cannot generally, abounds in architectural grandeur For each impertinent thou threaten’dst then, behold with indifference the architectural im- and taste. It is proposed to accomplish the Harewe not since repaid thee, France! with ten? provements which have lately been made in project by raising a fund of 400,000.. in Prigs for thy Savans, Squires for thy Chasseurs, London and Westminster. Every thing tend-16,000 shares, at 251. each ; and to form a And for thy gens-d'armes, downright English ing to augment the splendour of the metropolis society for its management, under the direcboors ?

of that kingdom on which all nations look with tion of a certain number of noblemen, who are Find'st thou not, that beef-witted Britons are veneration and respect, would, it should seem, to appoint governors, trustees, treasurers, &c. As pestilent, at least, in peace as war ? be regarded by its inhabitants with feelings. From the statistical arrangements of the proThough gilt their horns, our Bulls are fatal still, becoming the occasion ; yet such a considera- (jectors, it appears that they expect a vast reAnd, true to nature, with the head they kill. tion has not, until of late, been cherished but venue to accrue from the disposal of the cata.

“ But yet, my friend ! excuse me if I say, by the enlightened few ; the far greater part combs, and to produce a large and constantly In times of peril, 'tis no harm to pray ; of its vast population having bestowed scarcely increasing interest to the subscribers. Even on ship-board, hopes of safety past, a thought upon the subject.

The drawings of the general effect of the The Chaplain pipes all hands to prayers at last.” This must appear the more strange, when it site, the elevations, ground plans of temples,

l'faith on shore too, we have "hands” enough is considered, that the corporate bodies, sup- &c. which are very numerous, admirably exeAnxiously raised to Heaven, and the ruff! ported by the public spirit of the inhabitants of cuted, and sufficiently explanatory, will, it Clasped, or to forehead pressed_if very white,- so many provincial cities and great towns, in appears, be shortly submitted to the public.t Or the rich finger cast a diamond-light !-- various parts of the kingdom, particularly in The whole is designed by Mr. Goodwin, arProceed: I grant the Tar, when fates control, the northern districts, have manifested so en-chitect of several of the national churches and Damning his eyes, prepares to save his soul ; lightened a spirit for architectural improve other public structures. Wars are foul weather, churches often wrecks-ment. The superb buildings erected at Liver It remains to be ascertained, whether the What then?

pool, Manchester, Bristol, and other places, do heads of the church, the parochial clergy, and " Why, therefore, bend no contrite necks, honour to the taste of their inhabitants ; whilst, the public feelings or prejudices, are to be en. When for the brood of crimes our Nation bred in the metropolis, very few public works have listed on behalf of this speculation, which has Heaven's scourge hung, blood-bedropt, above been produced, whether under the auspices of many good points to recommend it, and many its head?”

(race ! the state, or the direction of the corporation, obstacles to surmount ; for all which, however, Wherefore, indeed, not bend? A stiff-necked that are commensurate with the wealth, or Mr. Goodwin has, as far as we could ascertain In whom that spirit of the soil you trace worthy of the taste of the British capital. by inquiry, ingenious explanations and answers Which makes their stubborn oak defy the storm Roused at length from that apathy which so to offer. Till double-bolted lightning rack its form, long continued a stigma upon the metropolitan And whirlwinds crush it prostrate !_Were our taste, we now hear of newly projected spacious

DRAMA. tears streets and squares, new markets, and splendid

KING'S THEATRE. Cansed be our sins ? _o no !_but by onr fears! plans of structures for scientific institutions ; MERCANDANTE's chef-d'æurre, Elisa e ClauThe Garl was at the gate!--and we, dismayed, all of which, their utility once admitted, readily dio, has been the novelty of the week. On Fawned on our Heavenly Father for his aid ! obtain ample support, and vigorously proceed NAPOLEON's sceptre was the virtual rod towards completion.

The necessity for burying annually upwards of Whipt us to Church ; we trembled at his nod, Amongst the most prominent ingenious 30,600 bodies in the churchyards of the metropolis cannot And to escape him, gave ourselves to God ! schemes of the day, we have to notice one, inhabitants, particularly in closely-built and very poWell! Heaven withdrew the scourge: what which, for architectural splendour, surpasses pulous districts. did we then ? aught we have yet seen or heard of. It is a enabled to embellish our columns with a wood engraving,

+ Next week, or the week following, we trust to be Why from our God withdrew ourselves again ! scheme for a National Cemetery, somewhat of illustrative of this extraordinary undertaking

Théâtre de Madame
Porte St. Martin


74,899 47,344 40,051 35,873 34,612 33,860 30,815 30,083 24,733


Gaieté ..

Italian Theatre

Saturday, the first night of its representa-{

Marseilles Lazaretto, has made a number of tion, the house was crowded ; and on Tuesday


experiments, from which he concludes that the it was more fashionably attended than we have

Coffee. - It appears from some parlia- vaccine eruption had no other origin than the before seen it this season.

mentary returns, that the use of coffee in this accidental transmission of the variolous virus Some eight years since, this opera had a country has increased considerably during the of man to the udder of a cow, and its conseconsiderable run at Milan; Belloc, Schira, last few years. A still more striking increase quent mitigation.

He thinks that this disDegrecis, Lablache, Donzelli, and other artists is manifested in the Netherlands. The quan-covery will diminish the number of the oppoof eminence, contributed much to its success ;tity of coffee consumed there annually is nents of vaccination ; as it will shew that the and though the maestro has taken many ideas 29,500,000lbs., of which seventeen millions are vaccine virus does not proceed from any impure from the Cenerentola of Rossini, and borrowed used in the southern provinces. The con- and disgusting animal malady, but is simply a largely, particularly in the buffo parts, from sumption averages above 5 lbs. a-head.

mild and local small-pox. the Matrimonio Segreto of Cimarosa, yet, we Newspapers in America.There are now Paris Theatres.

The following were the think, were the characters of the piece more fifty daily newspapers in the United States, receipts of the different Paris theatres during equally cast, the opera would be better relished two-thirds of which are supposed to be yielding the month of February :by a London audience. Neither Castelli nor fair profits.

Comic Opera..::

78,908 fr. Specchi can afford the support necessarily re The Cow-tree. It was stated a short while quired to give effect to some of the really pretty ago in the papers, that a person had arrived from French Opera concerted pieces in this opera. Of the entire Colombia, bringing with him some specimens distribution of the parts, there are only three of this curious tree. We now find, by an

Théâtre Français who can do justice to the author; and the American paper, that a bottle of the juice, and Ambigu Comique whole weight of the performance falls on Blasis, a piece of the bark, have been received at the Donzelli, and Santini ; Castelli, Specchi, Harvard University from Mr. Litchfield, the D'Angeli, Devile, and Ambrogi, should indis: American consul at Puerto Cabello. This milk

Olympic Circus


21,287 putably take their leave of the London boards. was taken from a tree about seven feet in cir

16,777 Ambrogi might be tolerated, were he any thing cumference, and one hundred and forty feet in


490,945 of a musician ; but he is a wretched timist, height. It is white, and bears a close resemand, whether in solos or concerted pieces, is blance to cow's milk, or rather cream. By

American Hemp.-A New York paper states always astray with the orchestra.

exposure to the air it becomes brown, and by that some experiments have been made in that The acting and singing (we are emphatic drying it is changed into wax, which burns city on the comparative strength of Russian on the former) of Blasis saved the piece. Her with a pure and strong light. The odour and and American hemp, by which it appeared duet with Santini, in the second act, we con- taste of the milk are like those of our sour that there was a superiority of twenty per cent sider (and we are convinced the musical world cream. Humboldt and other travellers have in the hemp grown in America over the finest will support us in our opinion) to have been one described the cow-tree; the milk fows from specimens of that of Russia. of the best morceaux heard within the walls of incisions made in the trunk. The natives and

Arlesian Wells.-M. Raphael Garrette, a the King's Theatre for many a day. The solo negroes go to the trees in the morning and merchant of Madrid, has proposed to the Spapassage, Non prego per memma'i figli,was 611 vessels ; some drink the milk under the nish government to form a company to esta. delivered by Blasis with a touching pathos tree, and others carry it to their children. blish Artesian wells for the irrigation of the that called down the plaudits of the whole The trees near the road are full of incisions country, and the supply of water to the towns. house,--the duet was unanimously encored on made by travellers, who appease their hunger According to his statement, few of the towns in both nights. We were glad to perceive on and thirst with the milk.

Spain, including Madrid, have a supply of Tuesday that Santini had washed his face ; Vesuvius. ---Private accounts from Naples, more than two-thirds of the quantity of water for on Saturday evening no coal-porter's was alluding to the extraordinary severity of the really necessary. more besmeared. Wonid that we could con- late winter in that part of Italy, mention, that

Corn in France. It is stated in a recent gratulate him upon his change of attire! An Mount Vesuvius was covered with snow for French work on the comparative quantity of Italian count should not assume the garb, or ten days,-a most unusual occurrence, ---and corn produced in France and in this country, rather the livery, of a London lord mayor's that during the whole of the period, the column that by dividing France into three portions, footman.

of smoke from its crater, which usually serves each a little larger than England and Wales, the Neapolitans as a weathercock, had entirely it will be found that one of these portions

ceased to issue; while not an explosion was produces less by one half, the second an equal On Wednesday, the sublime oratorio of the heard from the mountain. The Barrache del quantity, and the other a third more. Messiah supplied the true lovers of sacred Carmine and the Convent of Sta. Theresa

Atmospheric Phenomenon. - The Bulletin music with a sterling treat, which was enhanced were both struck with lightning about the same des Sciences Agricoles quotes from the Gaceta by the circumstance of the whole being pro- time; but the electric fluid appears to have de Boyona a curious account of the destruction duced by native talent. Miss Paton (who is been so weakened, that no damage was done in of the vines at Villanueva del Campo, in Spain, certainly in finer voice than ever) and Phillips either case.

in September last, and of a strange atmospheric were most effective; and Miss Bruce, Messrs.

Quentovic. --Much doubt has long prevailed phenomenon which preceded it. On the 20th Atkinson, Bennett, Goulden, J. 0. Atkins, among archæologists with respect to the exact of September, at balf-past four o'clock in the and J. Smith, ably supported them. On the position of the ancient port of Quentovicus, or afternoon, before which time the atmosphere preceding Friday, Miss Edgard, a pupil of Quentovic; which was sacked and destroyed was perfectly serene, the sun was suddenly M. Sola's, made a favourable début, though by the Normans, in the year 822 or 824. obscured by a white cloud, and in a short time evidently under the dominion of excessive ap. The result of inquiries into the subject, com- afterwards there were perceived round the sun prehension. She has, nevertheless, a fine con- municated to the French Academy by M. two concentric circles, exhibiting all the colours tralto, and runs the gamut well ; so that an Boacher, of Abbeville, seems to prove that it of the rainbow. At the end of six minutes air from La Donna del Lago gave us a very was situated at the mouth of the Canche, a they disappeared ; and in the evening a cold favourable opinion of her capabilities.

river of France, in the department of the Pas- came on as severe as is usually felt in January.

de-Calais, which falls into the English Channel The vines were frozen, and the leaves and Among our Lenten entertainments we ought near Etaples.

stems had the appearance of having been burnt. to notice Lectures on Astronomy at Willis's Rivers. In order, if possible, to anticipate To keep Cabbages fresh. When the cab. Rooms, on Wednesday and Friday evenings, by and be prepared for the evils which frequently bages are cut, leave about two or three inches the intelligent correspondent of our Gazetté, arise from the Neva's overflowing its banks, of the stalk, the pith of which is to be hol. Mr. Adams, whose weekly meteorological re- Colonel Raucourt, a Russian officer, has been lowed out, taking care not to cut or bruise the ports have been long contributed to our sci. making a number of curious experiments with rind; tie the cabbages up by their stalks, and entific columns. His apparatus is most im- two instruments of his invention; the one then fill the hollow with water. By repeating posing and splendid ; including a zodiac fifty called a hydrotachymeter, by which he ascer- this daily, they may be kept for several feet in circumference, the mundane system tains the swiftness of the current of a river,

months.-Bulletin Universel. explained by transparent machinery, and a the other a hydrosynometer, by which he ascer Literal Despatch from the late George Canning to Sir magnificent vertical orrery. Nor are the lec- tains the pressure of water at different depths. Charles Bagot, Ambassador the Hague. turer's able explanations less worthy of public The result of these experiments has been com In matters of commerce, the fault of the Dutch patronage : such lessons can never be forgotten municated to the Académie des Sciences.

Is giving too little, and asking too much;

With equalised duties the French are content, by young or old.

Vaccination. M. Robert, a physician at the So we'll clap on Dutch bottoms full fifteen per cent.






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