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Her eyes fill with unbidden tears,
NEW PUBLICATIONS. Lonely amid the festival,
Ay, drain the red wine-cup, -it all is in vain: For her heart is not there.
From the haunt of thy midnight I will not The Lays of a Wanderer. First Series. The
depart, She broods above her own dear thoughts,
Music, with Accompaniments for Piano. As o'er her nest the dove ; For thy guilt is my power - my home is thy
Forte or Guitar, composed by C. Walther.
Johanning and Whitmore. Memory and hope own but one dream
5. The Portrait.
At a period when German music is making Her first young dream of love. She hears a gallant trumpet sound,
Ah ! let me look upon thy face,
such an impression in England, when the com. A banner sweeps the air
Fling back thy clustering hair ;
positions of that country have been so unani. She sees a knight lead on the charge,
It is a happiness to gaze
mously applauded, and when we look for the And oh, her heart is there!
On any thing so fair.
taste being further cultivated by the perform.
ances of natives who are expected to visit our 2. The Companions.
'Tis such spring-morning loveliness metropolis, — we esteem Mr. Walther to be
The blushing and the brightWith thy step in the stirrup, one cup of bright
particularly fortunate in the time of appearing Beneath whose sway, unconsciously, wine,
The heaviest heart grows light.
before the public with this book of songs,
which are in English and German. Of the We'll drink the success of thy sabre and mine: When as boys we took down the bright arms
The crimson flushing up the rose
seven airs, we consider every one to possess from the wall,
When some fresh wind has past, great merit, and to deserve popularity. And rushed, in mock combat, around the old
Parting the boughs just such a hue Tippler” is very lively and original_“ Fare. We longed in true warfare the weapons to wield:
Upon thy cheek is cast.
well, my gentle Harp," sweet and plaintive;
the poetry of the latter, by Mr. Croly, must -Now the foc is before us, and yonder the field. Thy golden curls, where sunshine dwells
further recommend it to the lovers of melody. We'll onward together, thy steed beside mine,
As in a summer home; Our blow be as one when we rush on the line;
The brow whose snow is pure and white
Mr. T. H. Stirling has also furnished the En. As that of ocean foam.
glish verses to several of the airs; and in Should one fall, one only, the other will try
others, Mr. Walther himself has combined the A step for his vengeance, another to die
For grief has thrown no shadow there, triple offices of composer, poet, and artist; for On the neck of the fallen yield up his last breath, And worldliness no stain ;
the lithographic plates are from his hands. And the vow of their boyhood be cancelled by It is as only flowers could grow
On the whole, this is a very delightful volume, death.
In such a charmed domain.
and will afford great pleasure to our fair musi. But rather this evening as victors we'll ride I would thy fate were in my hands :
cians. O'er the field of our conquest, the place of our I'd bid it but allow pride,
Will you buy my Matches ? By R. Limpus. (as one Thy future to be like thy past, With our names on each lip, but named only And keep thee just as now.
Mayhew and Co.
A BALLAD for Vestris, of the “Buy a Broom" 'Tis the glory of either what each may have
L. E. L.
order, and likely to please the trollers of these done. Now on for the harvest that darkens yon plain,
FIRST AND LAST.NO. III.
pretty things. We come back in honour, or come not again.
The First and Last Agony.
When we were parting, as we deemed, for ever, Matilde di Shabran e Corradino was reproWent by upon the wind,
The quickening throb, the bosom's anguished duced on Tuesday evening, Madlle. Blasis susAnd an echo sweet is ringing
swell, The thought it left behind. That pained the more for every strong en.
taining the part of the heroine. The more this deavour:
opera is heard, the more it is liked; it is eer. 'Twas a song of other feelings
Oh! the thoughts that came,
tainly the most attractive composition Rossini That belonged to other days, Like withering light'ning through a twilight matchless; and the whole opera is got up in a
has ever produced : the concerted pieces are Ere I marked the stern revealings
calm, Of the curtain time must raise. Destroying, in their wild and feverish fame, The duet, Piacere egual gli Dei, between Don,
manner highly creditable to the management. When my heart and step were lighter The gentle dreams that were to us like balm ! Than they'll ever be again,
Oh! the long embrace,
zelli and Blasis, was rapturously encored ; and And the dream of hope was brighter The tearing of the impassioned hearts asunder, festly testified how much the audience felt
the curtain dropped amid plaudits which mani. For I believed it then. That sweet song was of gladness, That rose from the hot fount the bosom gratified by the general performance.
under! Yet it has left with me
Matilde di Shabran was followed by the final A shadow one-half sadness, This was the earliest sorrow known to me,
scene in the
third act of Zingarrelli's Romeo
Giulietta. The selection of this scene afforded One-half dear memory.
'Twas my first agony!
to Madame Malibran, who enacted the part of Though the darkness of November
But thou hast forgot
Romeo, ample opportunity to display, in declaAround my heart be thrown,
The vow of truth in that dark moment spoken, mation, her rich and sound contralto tonesYet how pleasant to remember
The heart that swore to rest on one dear more particularly as her voice has not to con. The spring hours once its own!
tend with orchestral accompaniments; but it 4. The Departed.
And never wander, though it should be broken. appeared to us to be only in the execution of
her recitative that she eminently succeeded. Set thy spur to thy steed, thy sail to the wind,
Her performance of “ Ombra adorata" was, to You may leave the far vale and the mountain Of that last parting from thy heart is gone, bebind;
Even like a raging billow of the sea, our taste, disfigured by the introduction of chro. may'st be;
matic runs and misplaced ornaments, which Like the storm o'er the south in thy flight thou That burst, and left no echo of its tone. But where may'st thou fly from the memory of
Thou wert lost to me;
only went to mar the original melody. Yet still I trusted I might keep thy heart :
But I have learnt thy falsehood ; and for thee The struggle, the pleasure, the toil, and the could not one sweet, one soothing tear-drop A PRODIGIOUS hit has been made at this house, strife,
by the production of an historical opera, with May fill up thy days with the hurry of life ;
And the shock that rang
Rossini's music of Guillaume Teli, entitled But night cometh lonely o'er land and o'er sea, Upon my tortured feelings, withering all, Hofer; or, the Tell of the Tyrol. For this we And in silence and shadow I still am with thee.
Was such a maddening and o'erwhelming are indebted to the taste and talents of Mr. With no rose on my cheek, with no rose in my pang,
Planche, who, with great judgment, departing hair,
No more upon my crushed cold heart can fall, from the story so hackneyed on the stage, has But cold as the love whose remembrance I bear, I have but now to lay me down and die: constructed a drama entirely new to it, as a Breathing vows that are broken, and hopes that
'Twas my last agony! vehicle for this beautiful music. As ours is are fled, (dead. Worton Lodge, Isleworth.
M. A. BROWNE. not a military critique, we shall not describe the A voice breaks thy slumber - the voice of the
insurrection of Hofer against the Bavarians,
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nor detail the vicissitudes and adventures of great attention and made him many presents, Italian, Spanish, or Portuguese. The medal the struggle,- suffice it to notice, that they are he states that it was his intention to proceed will be awarded in 1832. told in a dramatic and interesting manner. along the Delta, and to be at Abouzabel in A Paris paper contains some interesting But the music is really fine, the concerted February. If the plague should continue to details relative to the Polytechnic School of pieces most delightful and effective; and the rage there, he was to stay until it subsided ; if Copenhagen. This account of the establish. whole (sung, too, by native singers) such a not, he would be ready to return to France or ment states, that it is on the most extensive treat as has rarely been heard on the boards Syria in April. The Libyan authorities had scale and in a flourishing condition. It is under of an English theatre. Miss Stephens and undertaken to build an hospital, and to found the superintendence of the celebrated Ersted, Madame Vestris are two of the sweetest of a medical school, under the direction of French- and five professors. The students are obliged cousins; Mr. H. Phillips (as Hofer) superb, men. Dr. Pariset states that the Maronites to have a thorough knowledge of German and and Sinclair charming ; the latter has never are very kind and hospitable towards French French, and are said to get on surprisingly, enjoyed such an opportunity for the display of men, from the circumstance of their being Berlin. The Academy of Sciences at Berlin his powers since he has been before the public, Catholics ; but that they give no encourage- have elected MM. Arago and Poisson to fill and he has availed himself of it in a style ment to the English. He speaks highly of his the seats vacant by the deaths of MM. La. which must greatly enhance his high reputa- success in using the chlorurets of lime and soda place and Volta. tion. We ought not to pass unnamed Miss in cases of plague against infection; and in a Emigration. A great number of Alsatians, Faucit, Mr. and Mrs. Bedford, Messrs. Bland, subsequent letier, dated Abouzabel, Feb. 19, Swiss, and Germans, with their families, are Webster, Salter, and Miss Chickini, who, gives an interesting account of a public exami- on the point of embarking at Havro for with the rest of the corps, contribute essentially nation of the pupils of the school of medicine America. to the triumph of the opera. The scenery is in that place. He informs us that in this Rail-Roads. An iron railway is about to be also excellent ; and, rare to say, the poetry is school there are about twenty of the pupils constructed in France, from the coal mine of poetry-eminently lyric, and an honour to the very far advanced in medical and surgical Epinal to the Canal de Bourgoyne, which will author. A new farce has also been produced knowledge, and that children of nine or ten be six leagues in length. here this week, called A Joke's a Joke; or, too years of age were able to give satisfactory much for Friendship: but it unfortunately demonstrations of the human skeleton. The LITERARY NOVELTIES. turned out to be no joke at all, being a very examination took place in presence of Mussul. (Literary Gazette Weekly Adrertisement, No. XIX. Nay 8.] poor affair.
mans of every rank, who seemed to be much We are informed that a clever writer is far engaged in Covent Garden bas likewise given birth to a pleased with it. There were very few symp- the singular title of Satanic Records ! or Autobiography
a work of an original character, which is to appear under farce this week ; but, like that at Drury Lane, toms of plague; and the doctor imagines that of a Nobleman.--The Drama of Nature, & Poem, by it was unsuccessful, and the Colonel was dis- the part of Egypt in which he was sojourning Joseph Mitchell Burton.-George Cruikshank is etching missed the service. would this year escape.
a series of Illustrations of Popular Works, by which we
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works in the Vatican: he is a great friend of M. Angelo We have taken a hasty glance at Mr. Lough's Paris to vaccination, the most frightful mor. Mai. glorious group, the Battle of the Standard, at tality is constantly occurring from small-pox, in the Egyptian Hall; and have no hesitation in the Hôpital des Énfans Malades. Nor is that Abernethy's Physiological Lectures, 8vo. 108. 6d. bds.ranking, it among the noblest efforts of the the only evil; for children, leaving the hos- Thomson's Life of Ralegh, 8vo. 148. bds.-A. M. Porter's sculptor's art, modern or ancient. Indeed, in pital full of the variolous poison, spread the Lancashire, second edition, 2 vols. 8vo. 2. 28. bds.-Paul some respects, we would say it is the most ex. infection throughout the city.
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manufacture of shoes, gloves, &c. equal to calf –On the 17th of May (containing thirty-six Portraits), While at the Egyptian Hall, we may note a or kid.
Vol. I. of the National Portrait Gallery of Illustrious and striking picture of the Deluge, painted and ex. Paris Academy of Inscriptions and Belles Memoirs, by w. Serdan, F.S.A. &c. &c. imperial 8vo.
Eminent Personages of the Nineteenth Centurywith hibited by Mr. Rawson Walker ;-and also Lettres. There are eight candidates for the hf.-bd. in morocco, 21. 23. ; proofs, on India paper, 31. 8. that our musical favourites, the Prague Min- six places vacant in this Academy. They are, strel band, daily continue to attract fashionable M. Champollion, sen., M. Champollion, jun., METEOROLOGICAL JOURNAL, 1830. audiences,-their new selection of music giving M. Cousin, M. Reynaud, M. Augustin Thierri, April. higher gratification than that of the preceding M. Thurot, the Count d'Hauterive, and M. Thursday.. 2
29.34 to 99.39 week. A vacant hour, which is the length of Amediée Jaubert. The election was to take Eriday,
Saturday the performance, can hardly be occupied more place yesterday (May 7).
Sunday.... 25 agreeably than in hearing pleasing musio well The oldest of the French journalists, M. Monday
30.14 Stationary played, and in the company of a large portion Prudhomme, author of the Journal des Rć- Wednesday zí of that rank and beauty which the metropolis volutions de Paris, which commenced in 1789, Wind variable, prevailing S.W. Except the 22d, ge. has to boast of at this gay season. has just died at Paris of apoplexy, at the age nerally clear: raining heavily on the mornings of the 230
th, an .
29.85 to 29.82 German History.--As a reward for the great complete and faithful description of the ruins
Saturday .. 1 labour undergone, and real evinced, by Dr. of Santo Domingo Palanqué, near the river Sunday.. Pertz, in editing that valuable and interesting Micol, in the ancient kingdom of Guatemala. Monday
Tuesday work, Monumenta Germania Historica, he The candidates for this medal are expected to
Wednesday 5 has been appointed to the office of principal furnish the most faithful description possible Prevailing wind, S.E. Clear. librarian at Hanover ; which had remained of these ruins, with drawings and observations
Latitude...... 51° 37' 32" N. vacant from the death of the illustrious relative to the manners, habits, customs, and Longitude .... Leibnitz.
language, of this ancient people. Some in. Egypt.-A letter has been received at Paris formation is also expected concerning the Votan TO CORRESPONDENTS. from Dr. Pariset, dated Cairo, Jan. 5. After or Wodan of the Chiaparese, who has been com.
Two lines must suffice of the long poem " written 8th giving an interesting account of his favourable pared to Odin or Boudda. It is wished that February, 1830:" never was the Wind so boldly apostroreception by the Patriarch of Antioch, and the paper should be written in Latin, but it phised before!
O Wind I thou hast vitality, thou wanton, other distinguished persons, who had shewn him I will not be objected to if written in English, Inconstant, universal ravisher !
Thermometer. From 43. to 34. 47.
55. 44. 57. 32. 38. 43. 63. 30. 65. 33. 69.
29.30 29.16 29.88 30.12
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26 .. 27
34. 36. 30. 32. 34.
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