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from the pencil of Mr. Richard Marsden, the Mrs. Siddons, two of Miss Siddons, Miss Ce
ORIGINAL POETRY. public exhibition of which has since commenced cilia Siddons, Mrs. John Kemble, an anonyat the Colosseum, in the Regent's Park. We mous female portrait, two of Mr. Charles cannot give our readers a more distinct and Kemble, and Sir Toby Belch. We confess
First and Last Love. comprehensive notion of the subject, which is that we think two or three of these drawings I DEEM'D
for your eye " St. Paul before Agrippa," than by quoting might very advantageously have been allowed Would fondly rest on me; the words of the descriptive notice, circulated to remain in their portfolio; but, on the other I deem'd you loved me, for your sigh in the room :
hand, several of them, such, for instance, as Would breathe-your cheek would be " " Then Paul stretched forth the hand, the front face of Miss Siddons, and the elder Tinged with a crimson, if I came and answered for himself.' This is the imme- profile of Charles Kemble, are eminently Across your path by chance; diate point of time expressed in the picture. beautiful.
And then what thoughts, without a name, In an open hall of audience, among the splen
Spoke in your hurried glance ! did buildings of Cæsarea, on the hilly coast of Illuminated Ornaments, selected from Missals Syria, below the citadel or town of Straton,
I deem'd you loved me, for I knew and Manuscripts of the Middle Ages. By
How in my beart I shrined youthis memorable defence of the Christian reli. Henry Shaw. Part I. Pickering.
How in each gentle, tenderest clue gion was pleaded. The Apostle stands near “ The variety and beauty of those ornathe centre of the picture; a chain passes from ments," it is observed in the prospectus of this
Of fancy I entwined you ;
I deem'd you loved, because I saw his arm to that of the soldier behind him. At splendid little work, “ which decorate the Illu Your actions like mine ownhis right sits a Scribe, and more distant on his minated Missals of the Middle Ages, are so Your eye had my heart's timid awe, left is another, agreeably to the usage which duly appreciated by all acquainted with them, ordained that one should attend for the ac- that it is somewhat surprising no publication
Your voice my trembling tone. cased, the other for the accusers. Behind the has yet appeared, which, by a judicious selection
I deem'd you loved—I ne'er had loved last-mentioned Scribe are two Rabbis, perusing and careful imitation of them, might make
Until that feeling bursta record of his former pleading before Felix, their excellence more generally known. The
Beautiful, glorious, tried and proved, from whence to derive matter of accusation talent and taste displayed by Mr. Shaw in his
The passionate, the first. against him. Near the Scribe, on the right of “ History and Antiquities of the Chapel at
I deemed you loved—I was deceived ! the picture, on the fore-ground, sits a Pharisee, Luton Park,” are a sufficient assurance of the
My dream of bliss is past : intent on the proceedings, and behind him ability with which his present undertaking will Those only know like me bereaved, another Jewish Rabbi. Near these are a group be executed. It is to be completed in twelve of Christian converts, among whom is the parts; of which that under our immediate
Worton Lodge, Isleworth.
M. A. BROWNE. Greek Aristarchus, the friend of Paul and the notice presents an admirable sample. evangelist St. Luke, the fellow-labourer of the
One Hundred Studies, in Groups and Single A PARAGRAPH must include all our dramatic stands Festus, the Roman proconsul. Among
Figures, of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, and other news and criticism this week. At the King's the captains and chief men of the city, behind
Domestic Animals. Engraved from the cele. Theatre, on Tuesday, Cenerentola was subthe throne, are a Roman senator and Julius brated Masters, Paul Potter, Cuyp, Berghem, stituted for Tancredi, and “ God save the the centurion, who afterwards conducted St.
Stoop, Karl du Jardin, &c. under the super- King !” was sung by nearly two first singPaul to Rome. On the fore-ground, on the
intendence of George Cooke. Moon, Boys, ers at the same time; for one had begun left of the picture, is an Ethiopian attendant,
when the other rushed on the stage (after with a censer, and the train-bearer of the To the lovers of picturesque art, the free, At the Haymarket, a successful petite comedy
being waited for) to commence the anthem.-queen. On the steep hill
, in the back-ground, loose, and characteristic style in which these has been produced, entitled separation and on the extreme right, is the tower of Straton, plates, thirty in number, are executed, will be Reparation, said to be by Morton, and Farren already mentioned.” highly gratifying. Some of those from Du
its main pillar.- The English Opera season With these materials, Mr. Marsden has pro- Jardin are especially beautiful.
commenced on Thursday, at the Adelphi, with duced a work which does him the highest
great éclat. Miss Kelly, inimitable in the honour. The composition is excellent; the Portrait of the Duke of Reichstadt. Engraved Sister of Charity ; Keeley (Mr. and Mrs.) also expression powerful and well contrasted, the by W. Bromley, A.E., after the original inimitable in their line ; Wrench and others chiaroscuro forcible, without exaggeration, and drawing by the late Sir T. Lawrence, P.R.A. fully sustaining the well-earned reputation and the colouring rich but harmonious. We do Tiffin.
attraction of the company. not recollect ever to have seen a painting to Much as the public have lately been occupied more advantage. The hall, at one extremity in viewing and admiring the works of the of which it is placed, is lofty and spacious, and lamented President, the specimen of his match
VARIETIES. by the judicious management of surrounding less talents under our notice is at least as
Fever.-A new mode of treatment in cases draperies, and the concealment of the sources much calculated to excite attention as any of fever has been introduced into some of the off the light which falls upon the picture, the thing that we have as yet seen from his hand. West India islands with extraordinary success. effect, on entrance, is strikingly brilliant and The stamp of his father's features is so very
It consists in the use of medicines applicable to imposing.
evident in this portrait of the young Napoleon, the peculiar changes which the blood undergoes PRINTS AND PLATES;
that no one can for a moment doubt the truth during the existence of fever, in opposition to The Works and Property of Mr. W. B. Cooke of the resemblance; though we believe from the established theory as to the solids. It is
the statement of travellers, that it is indebted stated by one of the physicians who adopt the The engravings of this artist, in connexion to the painter for the advantage of being new mode, that in 340 cases all the patients with the names of Turner, Girtin, and others taken in the position most favourable to grace
recovered. of our first painters of landscape and coast and effect. It is, however, difficult to ima
March of Piety.—The Propagateur de Ca. scenery, have been so frequently the subject of gine a face in which the lines of beauty
are lais informs us, that a few
days ago a carriage our highest encomiums, as to render it unneces- more in accordance with those of the finest passed from Calais to St. Omer, containing two sary for us to say anything more respecting them antique busts. This appears with peculiar elegantly dressed females, who distributed, on than simply to call the attention of our readers distinctness in the
mouth, the bland expression their route, books of piety among all whom to the sale that, it will be seen by our Ad- of which in some sort tempers the keen hawk- they met They were said to be two rich young vertisements, is to take place on Wednesday like character of the eye, which has a sternness Englishwomen of the sect of Wesleyans. next; and to observe, that it will enable the in it not often seen at the age of eleven,- that
Mechanical Improvements.--We have often amateur or collector to enrich his portfolio with at which this portrait was taken. As a work turned, with gratification to describe the some of the finest examples of engraved art that of art nothing can be imagined more beautiful, march” of mechanical improvement in our have ever yet been brought before the public.
both with regard to the exquisite taste of the pages, (somewhat more substantial, in our design, and to the inimitable skill with which opinion, than the boasted march of intellect);
the engraver has preserved that lightness and but we never noticed any thing of this kind Imitations of the Chalk Drawings of Sir Tho- delicacy of tone by which the drawings of Sir with so much satisfaction as we not do the mas Lawrence. By R. J. Lane, A. R.A. T. Lawrence are invariably distinguished.
admirable contrivances of Mr. Pratt, (the well. Dickinson.
known and ingenious patentee of improved Ten drawings, viz. Lady Charlotte Campbell,
chairs, beds, &c. &c.), by which he was enabled
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[Literary Gazette Weekly Advertisement, No. XXVII. July 3.] the bed or cushion; which bands could be Geoffroy Hilaire read a report on a bicephalous command at Gibraltar, and afterwards when Commander tightened or loosened at pleasure, to raise or girl, which had been still-born at Aulay, near of the Forces in Portugal, towards a full and faithful lower, support or leave at rest, any limb or St. Girons. This child was very similar to Narrative of the Peninsular War.--Dignities, Feudal and other part, whenever the royal patient ex- Ritta Christina, who died lately in Paris. Regis, or High Court of the Barons, of the Magna Conpressed a wish to that effect. Sir H. Halford There were two separate hearts, having each a cilia, and of the Commune Concilium Regni, &c., by Sir was much delighted with the ingenuity and pericardium.
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certain degree explains the difficulty of our position with and Wednesday also. There were some de- number of very curious facts.
submitted for criticism to a gentleman as independent of tails of the entertainments ; but as the stand. A Chinese Student. There is now at Brus- the Literary Gazette as the Literary Gazette is itself indeard-bearers had large umbrellas over their sels a Chinese merchant, on his way to France, was assured that our invariable rule was to know neither heads to protect them from the pelting rain, where he intends to study French; and he is friend nor adversary in these pages; and, therefore, that and umbrella we had not, we did not stop to subsequently to proceed to this country for the he should exercise, in this and every similar case, his read the bills.
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from his own crayon, are recommendations enough for a Caxton say if he could rise from his grave and One good Turn deserves another.-Reynolds, contents.-Ed. L. G.
book of twice the price, independently of its literary witness this triumph of machinery in the cause the dramatist, who, as we mentioned in our We have looked over the several pamphlets respecting of benevolence ? last, is about to appear in the character of a sity; but we refrain from taking up the subject, in the
the disputes unhappily existing at the London Univers Monument to Shakspeare. -- Proposals are novelist, was complaining to a friend of the hope that good sense and moderation may prevail at the in circulation for a public meeting to consider many difficulties he encountered in his new meeting, which, we see, is appointed for to-day, and the of the expediency of erecting a national monu- undertaking; the latter replied — “ Think, promote its successful labours in the cause of education. ment to Shakspeare, worthy of the genius of when the work is over, of the pleasure of corthe poet (impossible !), the progress of the arts, recting the press.” Ay!" rejoined Fred. the Zoological Club at its last meeting, that it has been and the grandeur of the empire. We heartily Reynolds —" and when that work is over, it was established, and merged, as it were, into our now wish the design success.
think of the press having the pleasure of cor- flourishing Zoological Society. Mr. Vigors' publication Steam-Carriage. A steam-carriage has been recting me.
is otherwise very generally interesting, from the view it
takes of the rapid advances recently made in every branch built at Leipsic, which is to run between that
Dublin, June 26, 1830.
of zoological science. Many of the statements are curious, place and Dresden. It was to commence run.
SIR, I happened to meet with your paper of the 5th H. G.'s lines cannot be inserted : nor F. W.'s. ning on the 1st inst. The saving in time is inst
. this morning, and there read an extract from the In answer to a Constant Reader's inquiry-There is, expected to be about one half. The Dresden Life of Alexander Alerander, which alludes to me. I beg we are assured, no Librarian yet appointed to King's Colletter from which we take this information leave to say that every line of it is false, from beginning lege; but the Secretary receives all presents of books, &c.
to end. I can conceive a poor devil circumstanced as you and records them in a catalogue, in which the names of says, that this carriage is provided with an describe the author to be, writing lies, or picking pockets, the donors are entered. apparatus for discharging the smoke imper- to get a livelihood; but I can with difficulty account for ceptibly, so as to prevent alarm to horses on the the selection, by the editor of a " Literary Gazette,” of a
• The Marquess of Sligo having vouched to us for the passage which has no other merit than its falsehood and respectability of the writer of this letter, we think it best road.
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