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SKETCHES OF SOCIETY. negad," did it so differently from what the taste, tact, or discrimination, send over their
veteran expected, that he could not help ex- slubbered transcripts of every piece that is sucThe Original Macheath. Tom Walker, as
claiming in an angry tone, “ What trade are cessful in Paris, merely because it has been he was constantly called, (the so much cele. I am a gentleman.”
you, sir ?" The performer answered, “ Sir, successful there, that give a handle to the
" Then,” rejoined he,“ tiny whipsters” of the press, and furnish brated original Macheath in the Beggar's “ stick to that, sir ; for you will never be an every would-be critic with examples to adduce Opera), was well known to Macklin, both on and off the stage. He was a young man,
in proof of the degradation of the English rather rising in the mediocre parts of comedy, occasion
Macklin as Macbeth. The squibs on this drama, the absence of all original talent, &c. when the following accident brought him out being short, are given as a specimen :
were innumerable; the following &c. &c.--commonplace tirades that are at least
as devoid of originality as the trash against in Macheath.* Quin was first designed for this part, who barely sung well enough to give
I learned to-night what ne'er before I knew,
which they are directed. Unfortunately for That a Scotch monarch's like an Irish Jew.
the manager, Farren's admirable acting saved a convivial song in company, which, at that So uncouth Macklin's form, I'll suffer death, the piece. We say unfortunately; as it can time of day, was almost an indispensable claim If well I knew the witches from Macbeth.
never be productive to the theatre, while yet it on every performer; and on this account per No longer mourn, Macduff, thy children's fall, haps did not much relish the business : the
Macklin hath murdered sleep, Macbeth, and all.
may linger, so supported, long enough to be
paid for. As we have repeatedly noticed the high reputation of Gay, however, and the cri.
wretched scenery at this house, we are bound tical junto who supported him, made him
in justice to observe that there was really a drudge through two rehearsals. On the close
chamber-scene exhibited on this occasion which of the last, Walker, was observed humming On Tuesday Otello was the performance ; and did not require a label upon it to state for what some of the songs behind the scenes, in a tone and liveliness of manner, which attracted all added an act of it Turco ; so that the lovers of our brethren, we should take to ourselves the
Were we as vain as some of to this, the longest of Rossini's operas, was it was intended. their notice. Quin laid hold of this circum- music had “ surely enough ;" and it was near credit of working this miracle. stance to get rid of the part, and exclaimed, “Ay, there's a man who is much more qua- his capers. By the by, it is a bad sign of the one o'clock before Massaniello could commence
ENGLISH OPERA, ADELPHII. lified to do you justice than I am.” Walker was called on to make the experiment; and properties, (though one of old use and stand. MR. PEAKE produced a new melodrama here Gay, who instantly saw the difference, ac-chief for Otello! It is true he might be godfather, Sheridan, the fear of that most un.
ing), that they cannot find a pocket-handker- on the aforesaid Friday, not having, like his cepted bim as the hero of his piece.
The Beggar's Opera.--Mr. Gay wrote all, equally jealous of the sheet of paper (which lucky day before his eyes. The Skeleton Lover or the greatest part of, this opera, at the Duke passes for one); but it would be more real, as is of the same genus with the Bottle Imp, but
the Scotch say, to see a nose-napkin.” we fear will not rival it in attraction. For of Queensbury's, in the summer-house, which is something like a cavern on the side of a at this house, when we were squeezed as terrifica, it has its pleasing horrors and its
On Monday, Mr. Kean took his farewell those, however, who admire the estravaganza. bank at Amesbury. The duke and duchess fat as a pancake, and stewed down to a frightful fun; and at any rate is not burdened men; particularly to the late celebrated Dr. jelly afterwards, but did nevertheless manage with that most heavy of dramatic sins-dulness. Arbuthnot. At that period the duchess thought expectations) Mr. Kean take his long, his speak most favourably of the music by Mr.
to see and to hear (which was beyond our We are happy also to have it in our power to herself slighted at court, and had desisted at- last farewell" of the London audience, as he Rodwell
. The opening chorus, the waltz in and Mr. Gay were almost constantly with her; impressively expressed it. He had evidently the last scene, Mrs. Keeley's ballad – “ When and, I believe, to gratify the duchess, he screwed himself up to the trial, and went through the glow-worm,” and that allotted to our touched on the modes of the court ; and Miss the close of the performance he advanced, still highly creditable to the taste and skill of the
his fatiguing task with unflagging energy. Åt charming little friend Miss H. Cawse, are Arbuthnot knowing many old Scots
and En, in his Othello's dress, and uttered a few, we composer, and were sung, the ballads especially: glish songs, collected the most proper airs, and Gay wrote in suitable measure for them ; so the cheers of the house, and terminating them opposition to the piece on the first night, in
may call them incoherent, sentences, amidst in the very best style. There was considerable they had no need of a musician to compose with the declaration above mentioned, retired, which we regretted to hear it said, that a young
The whole money received for the sixty-two supported by Mr. Harley and Mr. Cooper. A and popular musical composer, who had been nights of this opera was 11,1991. 14s.; and couple of wreaths were Alung to him on the passed into the house by the author, took a one night (making the sixty-three) for’a be- stage, and loud cries of “No! no!" interrupt- prominent part. The Skeleton Lover has, on nefit, 1681. 10s.
ed his allusions to a final separation from his its subsequent representations, been considerYoung Macklin. I was informed nearly the provinces before he departs for America ; off merrily and briskly enough.
theatrical friends. He makes a tour through ahly improved by curtailment, and now goes fifty years since by an elderly gentleman, who and although we do not think his resolution to was born and bred in Dublin, that Macklin quit the stage will hold, should he ever return had been a shoe-boy, i. e. a blacker of shoes, at to England, the probabilities are, that he fol- Our worthy friend Mr. Boai made an apology the college in Dublin, and was a waiter or lows his prototype, George Cooke, to a Trans- for not performing on his instrument the other marker at a gaming-table, where his common atlantic grave, and that we have really seen day, on account of his having got a cold :: appellation was cursed Charley.
the last of this great but misguided actor. wag observed, that he supposed it must be the Hyppesly, the original Peachum. In this
chin-cough! Another musical wonder has character Hyppesly adopted the very dress of
arisen in fertile Germany ;-a woman who Jonathan Wild a black coat, scarlet waistcoat with broad gold lace, velvet breeches, white An exceedingly stupid affair, called the Force nose. Nobody knows what the next improre.
plays beautifully on the piano-forte with her silk rolled-up stockings gartered under the of Nature, was produced here on Friday last. ment will be; perhaps to play the harp with knees with black straps, square-toed shoes, It is a translation from the French drama Phi- elbows." white flowing wig, laced hat, silver-hilted sword, lippe, which has drawn crowded houses in Paris, &c. Shuter followed his example.. He, Wild, because, notwithstanding the unnatural tone of LADIES' BAZAR, IN AID OF THE FUNDS OF was hanged in 1725.
sentiment which prevails throughout the piece, THE DISPENSARY FOR DISEASES OF THE The true-born Irishman,m-acted at Covent it is founded upon customs (we cannot call them Garden one night only, Nov. 28th, 1767, and laws) which existed during the reign of terror, MR. JENKINS' grounds, so prettily laid out not printed : Macklin seemed to acquiesce in and has a peculiar interest for the many who and so well adapted for the purpose, were the withdrawal, saying, in his strong manner, personally witnessed, at that frightful period, crowded on Monday with a host of the remain“ I believe the audience are right; there's a incidents as singular as those referred to in the ing rank and fashion in town. Very gaily geography in humour as well as in morals, drama, or who still feel the effects of their influ- decorated stalls were kept by some of our prewhich I had not previously considered.” ence on their families. In the French piece, also, mières élégantes, - Lady Vintry was proxy for
In rehearsing this piece, Macklin took in- the plot is dramatically developed ; while in its the Duchess of Cumberland, and Prince George finite pains to instruct a young actor in his mutilated copy, the consciousness of its want of was the first purchaser. This benevolent insti. part, who having to pronounce “ Lady Kin- interest for an English audience has induced tution deserves the highest encouragement from
the translator to huddle up the story, and run the public, if we think for one moment of the • Quin performed the part of Macheath for his own the chance of escaping in the confusion. It is dreadful affliction it alleviates. Upwards of benefit, (at Lincoln's Inn Fields, March 19, 1730), which produced 1121. 138. 6d. in money--tickets, 931. 16s. such persons as these, who, without the slightest 6355 patients are stated to have been cured, or
ODD SORTS OF MUSIC.
greatly benefited ; a circumstance which speaks | inches long, and in shape resembled the forma- cadence. There are two kinds of mazureks. volumes for the charity. It is stated that the tion of the human figure.”—Provincial Jour. The one, of which the first part is always in a fête will be repeated earlier next season : its nal. We are not told if they groaned either minor, and the second in a major key, are supporters cannot do better, and we trust it on being pulled up, or at the price given for composed to be sung, and, as they say in will meet with all the favour it so well deserves. them.
Polish, to be heard; the others are used in a New Medicine.-M. Leroux, an apothecary dance, the figures and steps of which are nu.
at Vitry-le-Français, has extracted from the merous. Its movement is in \; but is, never, VARIETIES.
bark of the willow a new substance, to which theless, less rapid than the waltz." Dress of the Bedouins.-A French officer in he has given the name of salicine; and which Corsica.--A company has been formed to the Algerine expedition thus describes the he has found to be a powerful febrifuge. A drain the marsh lands of Corsica. Several costume of the Bedouins. “ They are en committee of the French Academy, to whom thousand acres will be thus gained for agri. veloped from head to foot in a covering of M. Leroux's discovery was submitted for con- cultural purposes, and the health of the inha. thick flannel, fastened over the head by means sideration, have pronounced most favourably bitants improved at the same time. of a riband. They have neither shirt nor with respect to it. They say that its medical
OLD EPIGRAM, shoes, and are armed with a long gun, which properties are singularly energetic, and that it
On the Tares on Powder and Tea, by Mr. Jekyll. carries very far and very true; they are besides may be advantageously substituted for quinine.
You tax our powder and you tax our tea! furnished with a little sheath, similar to that M.' Majendie administered eighteen grains in We soon shall have no beaux-not even Bo-hea! used by butchers, in which they keep a small a day, in three doses of six grains each, and and exceedingly sharp knife.
that quantity sufficed to remove intermittent LITERARY NOVELTIES. New Street.-We rejoice to see it stated in fever, without any return. Experiments have [Literary Gazette Weekly Advertisement, No. XXX. July 24.) the newspapers, that the new street from the also been made in the various hospitals of Paris, Πλουτος και της ψυχης, πλουτος μονος εστιν αληθης, Strand, opposite Waterloo Bridge, is to be car- especially at l’Hôtel-Dieu and · La Charité ; is given out as preparing for the press by Mrs. Harding: ried into effect;---a great and manifest public and it has always been found that eighteen, or ways and Byways," entitled the 'Heiress of Bruges, and improvement, and not the less welcome that it at most twenty-four grains, administered in intended, we are told, as the first of a series of novels ilwill re-establish so deserving an individual as doses of six grains each, have been sufficient to lustrative of the history of Holland and Flanders.--The Mr. Arnold on one of the finest theatrical prevent the return of the tit. It appears, Author of " Brambletye House,” which consists, we are situations in the metropolis.
therefore, that the quantity of salicine neces- informed, of a series of comic tales and sketches in prose Geology.--A new Society, under the name of sary for that purpose is smaller than the quan- announced as a sequel to " Flirtation," is now, it is said, “ the Geological Society of France," has just tity of quinine which must be employed under positively about to appear. been formed in Paris. the same circumstances. The committee are
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METEOROLOGICAL JOURNAL, 1830.
New Dishes.--The Corsaire, a French paper, Thursday.. 15 entering the various ports of that useful satel.
From 45. to 74. 29.94 Stationary lite of our globe!
says-“ One of the outposts of the French Friday School of Arts at Brussels.-The King of the army at Algiers killed two snakes and a lion, Saturday Netherlands, with a view to improve the ma- which they sent to the floating restaurant on
Monday.... 19 nufactures of the country, and create a desire the following day. The carte of this restau- Tuesday to establish manufactories in Holland, has just rant, among other things, contained the follow. Wednesday 21
Prevailing wind, S.W. founded a Royal School of Arts and Trade at ing :--filet de lion, sauté dans sa glace, mati.
Except the 18th and 20tb, generally clear, raining heaBrussels. This monarch is a great promoter lotte de serpens, boa à la tartare, fraise de lion vily on the 18th. of manufactures, and is proprietor of several à la poulette, pieds de lion farcis, lion fraisé
Rain fallen, 56 of an inch.
CHARLES H. ADAMS. manufactories, which must have fallen but for aux petits pois, &c.
Latitude...... 51° 37' 32" N. his aid. It is customary with him to advance Steam Carriages.-Attempts are making in Longitude .. 0 3 51 W. of Greenwich. money to distressed manufacturers, taking an the United States to introduce the use of steam Extracts from a Meteorological Register kept at High assignment of their property until they are for land travelling on ordinary roads. Amongst Wycombe, Bucks, by a Member of the London Meteoroable to repay the sums borrowed, and then to other announcements on this subject, is that of logical Society. July 1830.
Thermometer--Highest........ 74.000 restore the property with a bandsome present an inhabitant of Pennsylvania, who states, that from his own purse.
by means of an ethereal vapour, of small cost, College in New South Wales. A college has and which he can condense at pleasure, and
Barometer - Highest ........ 29.85
Lowest ........ 29.14 been founded at Sydney, in New South Wales. restore to its gaseous state, he can impel a The first stone was laid on the 26th of January carriage of considerable size at the rate of nine Number of days of rain, 15. last. The following inscription (in Latin), or ten miles an hour, with boiler little
Quantity of rain in inches and decimals, 4.11875.
Winds. --- East-West-2 North-South Northengraved on a brass plate, was inserted in it: larger than a tea urn. We understand that east-- 1 South-east-12 South-west-8 North-west. “ This foundation-stone of Sydney College - a patent for something of this nature has been General Observations. - So wet and cold a June, atan institution founded for the vigorous and lately taken out in London by a speculative occurred during the last eight years; the quantity of rain
tended by so great a depression of the barometer, has not pious promotion of polite literature and the officer of marines ; but we have not heard of was extraordinary, exceeding by upwards of half an inch liberal arts among the youth of Australia — any satisfactory experiment having been per- the quantity which fell in ihe same month last year,
which was noticed as being particularly great: the mean was laid by Francis Forbes, chief justice of formed by him.
temperature was upwards of 23 degrees below the average New South Wales, on an auspicious day, viz. The Mazurka.-In the introduction to a of the last seven years. On the 25th there was much the 26th January, in the year of our Lord collection of Polish national and popular airs, lightning all round the compass, from & !'
. , until mid1830, in the happy reign of George IV.; Lieu- lately published by M. Sowirski, the mazurka lunar halo observed on the night of the 2d, about 10 P.M. tenant-General Ralph Darling being governor is thus described : “ The mazurek, the name The evaporation 0,21875 of an inch. of New South Wales."
of which comes from Mazovia, is the most New Crops.-“ Last Friday were exhibited characteristic dancing air of the country. It
TO CORRESPONDENTS. for sale, on the Market Hill, Huntingdon, two is the model of all our new airs. These latter We thank J. J. (Croydon), but the anecdote is old in mandrakes, the plants, or rather roots, men are, however, easily distinguished from the printo
We purpose inserting D.'s contrast next week, with tioned in Genesis. They were about thirty ancient by their less original and less tuneful some notes of our own.
17 .. 18
49. 42. 56. 50. 51. 51.
69. 66. 63. 69. 67. 75.
29.94 to 29.99 29.81 29.89 30.04 30.09
29.96 2:0.86 29.76 29.98 30.05 30.14
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