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This ball receives light from a range of large waved blaules and tivo edges, which would | tion, from the publications of the French ancient windows, on the south side from not have disgraced the hand of a Goliah ; like sçavans, as well as the researches of several which are beautiful prospects across the wise some curious instruments of tortnre, of our distinguished countrymen. Such a park, woods, &c. witli the renowned Avon taken out of the Spanish Armada, among society could no doubt be more eligibly eswashing its foundatimi, 30 feet beneath. The which is one for cutting out the tongue. tablished in London than at Alexandria or north side of the hall is completely hung with | The next, and last, contains what may be Cairo, there being no European settlement curious ancient armour ; such as suites of called body armour, consisting of coats of in Egypt; especially as tre have so many mail cap-à-pić; rich cuirasses, superbly em- mail, breast plates, cuirasses,"helmets, &c. men of learning and judgment, who have bossed with figures in gold, with shiekls to many of which are very ancient, and have visited its antiquities, and devoted their tacorrespond; also swords, spears, gauntlets, very visible proofs of having stood the brunt lents to their elucidation. An interchange and helmets of every description, most of of the battle, particularly a leathern doublet, of ideas through the medium of the Literary which are of choice workmanshipi Dany of in which a former lord was killed at the siege Gazette, miglit be the means of forwarding them are of the time of Elizaleih, particu- 1 of Lichfield, the blooil still ailhering to the so desirable an object. larly about a dozen cutlasses, taken from the inside. Indeed the whole of the arınour has Should this meet the eye of any who feel Spanish Armuala. At each end of the hall descended through many generations as an interested in the subject, the writer would are suspended the skeletons of two stags' leie loom to the family, and is identically the suggest that persons who have visited the heads, of enormous size, in full preserva sare in which the valiant Earls of Warivick country with antiquarian or scientific views, tion; these were dug out of the bogs of were wont to equip their vassals in the feudal and those who have published on its antiquiIreland, and are seven or eight feet between times. The possessions pertaining to the ties, history, chronology, mythology, asirotheir extremities; there are also many other castle were at one time the most extensive nomy, &c., as well as those who can como mninor criosities, among which is a curiols in the kingslom, consisting of no less than 7 or prepared with autographic papers on any ancient spør, the rowel being eight inches in casiles, and 103 lordships, in different coun- of these subjects, should be eligible to atdiameter. The next roon (proceeding west) ties. So great was the power of the ancient tend the first ineering for the purpose of is completely furnished with rare and anci- lords that it frequentlyexcited the jealousy and forming the rules and regulations &c. of ent furnitnre, most elaborately iniaid with fear of the crown; and they liave often been the society. tortoise-shell, ivory, &:; it also contains clipt of their lauds and deprived of their The transactions of a society so formed two curious cases of old china-ware, porce- authority, under some colourable pretext. would, if I mistake not, tend to consolidate lain vases, &c. besides being catirely hung And I am now confidently told, that had it and elucidate those gems of antiquity, hiwith pictures of the first masters, viz. not been for the rery extravagant preceedings therto the theme of admiration rather than of Charles I., Prince Rupert his brother, Olio of the late Earl, the estate would still have utility. ver Cromwell, St. Ignatius, Wortley Mon vielded a revenue of one hundred thousand Thie insertion of this letter in your valuataze in Persian costume, Warwick (king pounds per annum, although it now scarcely ble journal will oblige, Sir, maker), and many other produetions of equal amounts to thirty thousand. The family of

Your constant reader, inerit, by Vandyk, Rubens, Frouvermans, the Grevilles came in at the Conquest, and

E' gita; &c. &c. The next roon is the state bed- maintained a poble line of desrent down to London, 13th Dec. 1220. room in which Queen Elizabeth slept, when the present Earl. Their quarterings conshe visited her favourite, Sir Fulke Greville tain the arms of no fewer thau seventy-two

ON CHRONOGRAMS. (the founder of the present family); all the noble families, among which are Plantagenet, furniture (ved, &c.) is still in high preserva- Lancaster, Worcester, Norfolk, Northuin To the Editor of the Literary Gacette. tion. There is in this room, a very hand-berland, Bedford, Dorset, and many others Sir,—The remarks inserted in Number some screen of needle-work, representing a equally illustrious.”

183, of your highly interesting Journal, in- . view in the garden of Versailles : this is es

duce me to otler the following additional teemed a curious morceau of ancient indus

To the Editor of the Literary Gazette, observations on this triflingly-laborious spetry. The next room is also a very noble

cies of composition. apartment, terminating the west end of the

EGYPTIAN SOCIETY.

On the taking of Brisac by Duke Bercastle, and commanding beautiful pros Sır.-We have our Gaelic and our Hiber- nard of Weymer : pects. In it are many noble pictures, nian Societies, for the Investigation of the 1638. INVICTo Fortis CECIDIT BRÆIsæls particularly Anne Bolesa, llenry VIII., first Historical and Literary Antiquities of their

ACHILLI; Lord Russell, ind others of the Beilford respective countries. It has occurred to IVNGIT VRET TANTO DIGNA TVELLA VIro. family ; old Parr, and old men studying inusic me, that a society on similar principles tine sketch by Rubens. These last three might be established with good effect to

On the raising of the siege of Vienna : rooms have polished wainscot floors. The learning and science, taking its name from 1683. VIENNA AVstr) IVLII AB ACHnext and last apartment is the armonry, which that nation which is the venerable parent of

Mete II OBSESSA TË SEPT: EX IRSPERAis divided into three parts: the first contains all that is grand and noble in the arts and

TO AB EO DESERTA EST. natural curiosities, such as fossils, stones, sciences of the ancients; whose stupendous These proofs of bad taste however were petrifuction3, chrystalizations, &c. and like- inonuments are to this day so many touch- not confined to the Germans, but were prewise specimens of cut glass, bronzes, paint- stones of the integrity of ancient writers, valent likewise among us; thus, over one of ed windows, &c. The second contains a affording inexhaustible data for the exercise the stalls in the Choir of Winchester Cathelarge collection of Indian curiosities, of of modern sagacity and research. Hitherto dral, are the medallions of Charles I. an! spears, knives, lances, arrows, bows, fish each new discovery, instead of becoming a his Queen Henrietta, and near them the folnets, cloth, and a long train of ct cetera, in key to unlock this great storehouse of anti- lowing chronogram : which are some of the most Mighty Gods quity, only a:lds, as has been justly observed, 1634. SINT DOMVs nViV's rll reges that ever human knee bended to. In this a new problem for the ingenuity of the learn. NVTRITA REGIN NVTRlces PIÆ. room there is also a complete collection of ed to work upon. English arins, from the Conquest to the pre

In a tract entitled “ A Winter Dreum,"

The important benefits which asiatic lite. sent times.

Amongst other curiosities is rature and science have received from the there is one on the confinement of Charles I. the coat of mail, in which Queen Elizabeth concentration of discoveries, learning, and in the Isle of Wight: reviewed her troops at Tilbury Fort: here ideas, through the labours of the society at 1648. QUANDO REX ANGLORVM Vecti are also murderous darrers, tremendous Calcutta, encourage the hope that a soci

VICTITABAT Captlyys. bows, poisoned arrows, and guns and pistols ety for the investigation of Egyptian anti

The Jews also frequently made use of of the most rare, ancient, and curious de- quities might produce similar results ; par- chronograms to mark the dates of their scription ; besides huge battle axes, toma- ticularly as the subject has been so much books * ; for in the title page of a grammar hawks, two-handled swords, with terrible before the publie since the French expedi Although the introduction of them into

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בשנת והנה עיניכם ראות כי-נוי

המר ב אליכם:

TRAVELLERS IN BRAZIL.

printed at Ferds in Germany, is this passage : ARTS AND SCIENCES.

Polar Star. They are printed in tle furn of

the English National Alınanack, and the Captain Leslie, of the American vessel the published both in Danish and English. Tby :

George and Susan, invented in his voyage will be of great use to navigation, as they are The elevated letters of which, added to lowing simple method of keeping the ship's from North America to Stockholin, the fol- not in any other book for mariners.

St. Petersburg, Dec. 1.–Capiain Was. the Christian Æra. "The words themselves pumps at work, when the sea runis high, and siview, who sailed'in July, 1819, from Crueare taken from the 45th chap. of Genesis, ready fatigued. About 10 or 12 feet above and Blagonamerenni (Bleanwell, or Goo

when the crew are not suficient, or are al- stadt, with the sloops Otkritid (Discuseny, and part of the 12th verse; and indepen- the pump be fixed a spar, or small mast, one Intent), arrived in safety with the first resu dent of the date, give a remarkable allusion : end of which projected overboard, while the in the harbour of St. Peter and St. Paul, is the translation is, “Behold your eyes see other was fastened as a lever to the machine- Kaintschatka, on th : 15th of July, this year. that it is my mouth that speaketh unto you,” where the word mouth signifies language, ed overboard, was suspended a water butt second ship, discovered, on the 29th of April,

ry of the pump. To the end which project. Captain Schischmarew, who commandleil tle. and the grammar being composed in Hebrew half full. By this simple contrivance every in sailing between the New Hebrides and the solves the otherwise senseless quotation. Another instance occurs in a bible printed depressed the piston of the pump, and every sand and bushes, to which he gave the name

coming wave as it raised the water butt, island of Fidji, a low island covered with at Amsterdam, taken from Psal. cxlvij. 20 : retiring wave, as the water butt sunk with of his ship. Some of the inhabitants, win joswiss apr 3p95

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the aid of the crew, the ship was cleared of them in four boats, but did not venture en
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board. They howerer grew familiar wbua _" He sheweth his words unto Jacob; his

iron articks and looking-glasses were offeris statutes and his judgements unto Israel,” The celebrated travellers Messrs. Martius them ; with the latter they were partiiularly where the word Israel contains the date and Spix, members of the Bavarian Aca- pleased. After making this discorery, ibe 571, which answers to A. D. 1811. In demy of Arts, who during an absence of vessel proceeded to Oonalasbka on a speciel short the Jews are so extremely addicted to some years have traversed Brazil in several mission. The Otkritiè sailed again on the this species of folly, that even at the present directions, and made there several very im- 8th of August to prosecute her royage. day, that man is regarded as the most learned portant discoveries and researches in Natural (From a German Journal.) amongst them, who can with the greatest History, arrived here the day before yester The Chevalier Theodore Carezzini, a Piel. facility adapt passages of scripture to parti- day, and departed again yesterday. Since montese, has invented two kinds of round cular dates or æras. Some of them are ex- their arrival in Europe they have passed tables, which he calls geocentrie, and beljo. cessively ingenious, from their not only some time in Lisbon, Nİadrid, and in the east centric talles, and by their aid, a person witbpointing out the time, but even being appli- of Spain. They caine here by way of Per-out any knowledge of mathematics can in a cable to the person or thing alluded to: pignan and Lyons without living, visited very short time thoroughly observe the thus the following two were lately compos- Paris, and are going directly to Munich. course of the stars, and explain the celestial ed, and given me by my Helirew master. - They have already sent a part of their col phenomena. Ladies, and youths, whom A person of his acquaintance marrying a lections to Munich. We may expect a de- the inventor has instructed in his metbud, short time since, he sent him the following tailed account of their travels; to enable them have without mueb prerious knowledge of verse from Prov. xviii, 22.

to prosecute which, the King of Bavaria has astronomy, satisfactorily solved various pro?

furnished considerable sums. They have blems respecting the sun, the moon, the pla

brought with them two young savages, a nets, fixed stars, eclipses, &c. By means “Whoso findeth a wife, findeth a good boy and a girl, between 10 and 12 years of of these instruments, you may, in the open thing;” the whole of the letters of which Terra del Fuego; the boy seems to come from and in a journey by land, never miss the di

age. The girl is of a very savage tribe, from air, obtain a meridian line in a few minute: ; give the year 579, i. e. A. D. 1819.-On the death of Lord Nelson, he discovered, that is tattooed under the nose and round the the hour during the night, without a watch.

a less turbulent race (from Paraguay)"; he rection to the North. You may also learn God took him because he saw gio's mouth. The giri, according to the custom It is remarkable, that in the country the ger" that it was good,” which form the num- of her nation, has the nostrils pierced. They centric table may appear in the shape of an ber 47, the exact age of our hero. I have neither of them understand the other's lan- astronomical garden, of wliatever size you several others in my possession, but shall omit them as they are rather mysterious, European cookery, but the girl prefers raw of this new method, of which we have given

guage. The boy has accustomed himself to please. It is to be hoped that the inventar and require much explanation : many how- meat to all other dainties. The former in- this imperfect notice, will be ab'e to orerever have considerable merit; but it must spires universal interest by his physiognomy come all the difliculties which usually opbe allowed that the present Jews look upon and his whole appearance; but the girl, on pose useful innovations of this kind. this practice with too superstitious an eye, the contrary, is extremely ugly and disand frequently suppose sentences to have a magical influence, which in reality proceed travellers left Brazil with eight young sarages, agreeable. It has been allirmed, that our

One division of the flock of Thibet goats from merely natural coincidence.

who were to be educated at Munich, but imported to France last year hy M. M. TerCaius.

that six died on the voyage. We cannot, naux and Jaubert, was placed in a fold however, vouch for the accuracy of this among the mountains on the north-east of

Toulon. Owing, however, to the excessive books is of modern date, yet they will be found statement. to have been used from the earliest periods,

licat of the climate, or the resinous quality of and among all nations. One of the chief di AstroNOMY. —Copenhagen, Dec. 9.-It the trees with which the hills are coveral visions of cabbalistical learning is the attixing is well known, that a Board of Longitude was they have not been found to thrive so well as numeral powers to literal forms ; and most of established here in 1801, by which however those in the royal folds of Perpignan. the mystical appellations of the sun contain the nothing remarkable has yet been publisher. Convinced by experience of the advantage number 365, implying the period in which he But now, Professor Schumacher has calcu. produced by a cool climate, on the health of passes through the Zodiac. St. John in Rev. lated tables of the distances between the these animals, M. M. Ternaux and Jaubert xiii. 18. gires also an example, and for the va- Moon and the four planets, Venus, Mars, determined to remove the greater part of the rious opinions and interpretations of which vide Jupiter, and Saturn, for the year 18:22; and lock to a situation near Paris; and they acFaber's Prophecies, vol. 2. pp. 275, et seqq. and added tables for 1821 and 1822, to deter- corilingly arrived on the 23rd of Norcmber at 331 to 341.

mine the latitude hy observations of the M. Ternaux' folds at St. Ouen.

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printed at Ferds in Germany, is this passage :

ARTS AND SCIENCES.

Polar Star. They are printed in this

the English National Alinanach, .. Captain Leslie, of the American vessel the published both in Danish and Engine I. George and Susan, invented in his

will be of great use to navigation, as iets

voyage The elevated letters of which, added to

from North America to Stockholin, the fol- not in any other book for mariners. gether, produce the year 528, i.e. 1768 of loving simple method of keeping the ship's

St. Petersburg, Dec. 1.-('upitain T: the Christian Era. The words themselves pumps at work, when the sea runs high, aud sibiew, who sailed in July, 1819, bronz are taken froin the 45th chap. of Genesis, ready fatigned. About 10 or 12 feet al

when the crew are not suficient, or are al- stadt, with the sloops Otkritiè (Disc and part of the 12th verse; and indepen- the pump he fixed a spar, or small mast, one Intent), arrived in safety with the first

and Blagonamerenni (Aleanwell, o la dent of the date, give a remarkable allusion : end of which projected overboard, while the in the harbour of St. Peter and St. Pas the translation is, “Behold your eyes see other was fastened as a lever to the machine- Kamtschatka, on th · 15th of July, tas that it is my mouth that speaketh unto you,” ry of the pump. To the end which project- Captain Schischmarew, who coumas where the word mouth signifies language, ed overboard, was suspended a water butt second ship, discovered, on the 23rd of.; and the grammar being composed in Hebrew half full. By this simple contrivance every in sailing between the New Hebrides 23. solves the otherwise senseless quotation. Another instance occurs in a bible printed depressed the piston of the pump, and every sand and bushes, to which he gaveiker£

coming wave as it raised the water butt, island of Fidji, a low island cutered i at Amsterdam, taken from Psal. cxlvij. 20 : retiring wave, as the water buit sunk with of his ship. Some of the intrabituals

, “. joova 1027 apros 1737, 7:19, it, raised the piston , and thus, without

were of a dark brown colour, spre the aid of the crew, the ship was cleared of them in four boats, but did not rena water in four hours time.

hoard. They howerer grew fanili -" He sheweth his words unto Jacob; his

iron articles and looking glasses were the statutes and his judgements unto Israel,” The celebrated travellers Messrs. Martius them ; with the latter they were partie where the word Israel contains the date and Spix, members of the Bavarian Aca- pleased. After making this discovery, 571, which answers to A. D. 1811. In demy of Arts, who during an absence of vessel proceeded to onalashka on a sp short the Jews are so extremely addicted to some years have traversed Brazil in several mission. The Otkritiè sailed again cu 2 this species of folly, that even at the present directions, and made there several very im- 8th of August to prosecute her vosit. day, that man is regarded as the most learned portant discoveries and researches in Natural (From a German Journal.) amongst them, who can with the greatest History, arrived here the day before yester The Chevalier Theodore Carczzini, 17facility adapt passages of scripture to parti- day, and departed again yesterday. Since montese, has invented two kinds of r2 cular dates or æras. Some of them are ex- their arrival in Europe they have passed tables, which he calls geocentrie, ani... cessively ingenious, from their not only some time in Lisbon, Madrid, and in the east centric tables, and by their aid, a persos * : pointing out the time, but even being appli- of Spain. They canne here by way of Per- out any knowledge of mathematics c22 cable to the person or thing alluded to: pignan and Lyons without living, visited very short time thoroughly observe to thus the following two were lately compos- Paris, and are going directly to Munich. course of the stars, and explain the cele ed, and given me by my Hebrew master. They have already sent a part of their col- phenomena. Ladies, and youths, the A person of his acquaintance marrying a lections to Munich. We may expect a de- the inventor has instructed in his waibia short time since, he sent him the following tailed account of their travels ; to enable them have without mucb previous knowleśp? verse from Prov. xviii. 22.

to prosecute which, the King of Bavaria has astronomy, satisfactorily solved various pas - ?

furnished considerable sumns. They have blemis respecting the sun, the moon, the per

brought with them two young savages, a nets, fixed stars, eclipses, &c. By 1tr “Whoso findeth a wife, findeth a good boy and a girl, between 10 and 12 years of of these instruments, you may, in the eye thing ;” the whole of the letters of which age. The girl is of a very savage tribe, troin air, obtain a meridian line in a few minuta give the year 579, i. e. A. D. 1819.-On the Terra del Fuego; the boy seems to come from and in a journey by land, nerer inis ib? death of Lord Nelson, he discovered, that is tattooed under the nose and round the the hour during the night, without a 4*

a less turbulent race (from Paraguay)'; herection to the Norih. You may also been God took him because he saw Jig 's mouth. The giri, according to the custom It is remarkable, that in the couuery the " that it was good,” which form the num- of her nation, has the nostrils pierced. They centrie table may appear in tbe stiape et ber 17, the exact age of our hero. I have neither of them understand the other's lan- astronomical garden, of whatever sizes omit them as they are rather mysterious

, European cookery, but the girl prefers raw of this new method, of which we are going

The boy has accustomed himself to please. It is to be hoped that the inters and require much explanation : many however have considerable merit; but it must spires universal interest by his physiovnomy come all the difficulties which usually com

meat to all other dainties. The former in- this imperfect potice, will be ab'e to cutie be allowed that the present Jews look upon and his whole appearance ; but the girl, on pose useful innovations of this kind. this practice with too superstitious an eye, the contrary, is extremely ugly and disand frequently suppose sentences to have a agreeable. It has been affirmed, that our magical influence, which in reality proceed travellers left Brazil with eight young savages,

One division of the flock of Thibet * from merely natural coincidence.

who were to be elucated at Munich, vui imported to France last year by M.M.T. Caius.

that six died on the voyage. We cannot, naix and Jaubert, was placed in a

however, vouch for the accuracy of this among the mountains on the north-ca*: books is of modern date, yet they will be found statement.

Toulon. Owing, however, to the cream! to have been used from the earliest periods,

licat of the climate, or the resinous quality and among all nations. One of the chief di AstroNONY. —Copenhagen, Dec. 9.-It the trees with which the hills are cones visions of cabbalistical learning is the affixing is well known, that a Board of Longitude was they have not been found to thrive so tre. numeral powers to literal forms ; and most of established here in 1801, by which however those in the royal folds of Perpignan. the mystical appellations of the sun contain the nothing remarkable has yet been published. passes through the Zodiac. St. John in Rev. lated tables of the distances between the these animals, N. M. Ternaux and Jaring

. 331 to 341.

mine the latitude by observations of the M. Terpaux' folds at St. Ouch.

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The kids which have been brought forth The Warrior from the strife retired, Remenber thee!” yes, should the sun
since the arrival of the flock in France, are By Music's stirring strains inspired, Forget to shine, or cease to run;
thickly covered with the valuable down which

Turns him to deeds of glory done,

E'en then, dear girl, I'll think on thee: is used in the manufacture of Cashmere To dangers 'scaped_and laurels won. Sweet! in return, remember me. shawls. They are even more vigorous than Enchantress sweet of smiles and tears,

Nor balmy sleep, can lull to rest, French kids of the same age, a circumstance Spell of the dreams of vanished years!

These anxious thoughts within my breast; which removes all doubt as to the success of Mysterious keeper of the key

For in my sleep, I dream of theethe naturalization.

That opes the gates of Memory!

Sweet! in return, remember me. "Tis thine to bid sad bearts be gay,

Nor shall my thoughts to others stray; We have received the following anony

I'll think of thee when far away:

Yet chase the smiles of mirth away; mously :-Mr. John Fosbroke, surgeon,

And when I bend the pious knee,

Joy's sparkling eye in tears to steep,
Ross, is in possession of a chemical combi-

Sweet “ Adeliza," think on thee.
Yet make the mourner cease to weep!

London, Vur. 1820.

M. R. bination, by which buildings, cernents, avalks, painted or damp surfaces in or out of

To gloom or sadness thou canst suis the external air, may, by simple washing, at

The chords of thy delicious lute :

SKETCHES OF SOCIETY.

For every heart thou hast a tone a smali expence, be preserved from the fu

Can make its pulses all thine un ! ture growth of obscure vegetation, as the green mould, lichens, &c. and even disco

Mr. Editor,

A letter from St. Petersburgh has found Touration.

Sir,--Sometime ago I sent you a little its way into several of the daily newspapers,

song as I composed, addressed to my daughter giving an account of a Captain Cochrane of ORIGINAL POETRY. Nancy, or as we calls her“ our Nance,” having the Royal Nary, travelling in an eccentric

heard my neighbour Tomkins read out of a manner between the frontiers of Russia and [By Correspondents.]

printed book, a pretty song, written, as he told Chinese Tartary, in the direction of the A FACT VERSIFIE).

me, by a poet to his son Johnny, aged six years. Altai Mountains. This letter describes Capt.

Lord ! says I to my wise, why I could write a C.to be “ of the uniddle size, meagre, and posA dandy's captivating mien,

song about our Nance; and forthwith I tried to sessed of a constitution fitted to endure the An heiress led to Gretna Green ;

remember how pretty she looked sucking lolly fatigues and hardships of travelling. He does She, in a riding habit drest,

pops, and skipping about; and then I wrote
A beaver hat, a sombre vest,

down the song I sent you a good while ago. I pot share himself on his journey; and travels
And somewhat carelessly arrayed, am afraid my letter miscarried ; but iny wife commonly eighty werst each day on foot
The hurry of ber jaunt betrayed ; thinks my song is amongst the bad poetry we (near fifty-three English miles); he speaks
While he, in stays was tightly laced, read about, but I don't; so for fear you have French and a little Russian ; his dress con-
With bosom full, and taper waist. not received, I have copied it out again, which I sists of a kind of coat made of skin, a pair of
The puzzled priest, surveying both, shall be proud to see in real earnest print :- nankeen pantaloons, a sort of stuffed waist-
Said, “ I to make mistakes am loth, and neighbour 'Tomkins will stare when I shews coat, and leather gaiters. He carries with him
And find it out, I never can,
it to him. I am, Mr. Editor,

a pair of shoes to change, a geography in So prar-Which of you is the man?"

Your obedient servant,

the English language, some sea charts, it WILLIAM JONES.

small vin box fourteen inches long and one Warwick Lane. Grocer and Tea Dealer. inch thick, in which he keeps his passport, Comments on a Wisnomer.

To Nancy Jones, aged six years. his journal, his pipe and penknife, besides Returning from a masquerade,

My little darling Nancy,

some weapons and provisions." Upon this Says Lady Susan to her maid,

My love, my joy, my fancy ;

subject among others of public interest “ My Ridicule I have mislaid ;

You've nasty dirty chops

mentioned in our sulijoined correspondence) Ask if 'twas in the carriage left."

A sucking lollipops;

we have the following particulars.
The word was on its road bereft
Go to thy mother, dearest,

Moscow, 23d Oct. 1820.
Of all was foreign in the sound,

Why, what is it that thou fearest ?

Lord Kinnoul was here lately: he re-
E'er to the coachman it went round.

Nay, she will not beat thee,
And thus the honest driver said,

mained but a few days, so that I did not see

But by her side will seat thee,
Shaking his plump well powder'd head,

And wash thy pretty face

him. Mr. and Lady Tickell, a niece of Mr. “ My lady's Radical, you say

Oh now you come with joyous pace

Pitt, also lately passed through Moscow on Why, in the coach he made no stay ;

Expecting me to kiss you ;

their way to Tiflis, in Georgia. Travellers He spied my lord, and slipt away,

Oh Nancy, I shall miss you ;

going by Odessa to Constantinople, or visitThe same as every other day.

When you to school must go,

ing, the Crimea frequently come this way, so I always knew my lady's tricks,

To learn to write, and read, and sew.

that now and then we have a little home But ne'er, till now, his Politics."

You are never still nor easy ;

news. Among those of our countrymen Your brother's love to tease ye.

who have passed this way lately, I have met A getting at my plums, Nance,

with a Captain Cochrane, of the nary, a reWhat passion cannot music raise and quell?

And making dirty thumbs, Nance ; lation of Admiral Cochrane, who is gone on
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A sitting on the counter top,

a wild walking expedition to Kamtschatka, Mysterious keeper of the key

Or running in and out the shop ;

with a view of passing to America, and makThat opes the gates of Memory :

O darling Nan, or Nancy,

ing discoveries. It is much to be feareil he Oft in thy wildest, simplest strain,

On my knee I love to dance ye.
We live o'er years of bliss again!

You love to make a noise and rout

will perish in the attempt: he was robbed And dearly love to run about.

and stript to the skin between Petersburgla The sun-bright hopes of early youth;

May all your life be happy;

and Moscow, and stoned by the people in Love--in its first deep hour of truth;

Pray always love your pappy,

passing through a village near Nisney NoAnd dreams of life's delightful morn

Who writes such pretty verses,

vogorod, where his unusual appearance Are on thy seraph pinions borne.

And all your little pranks rehearses. made the people think he was a Frenchman. To the Enthusiast's heart thy tone

And now sweet Nance, adicu

We have heard of his arrival at Tobolsk, Breathes of the lost and lovely one;

Good bye, good bye, to you.

where he means to winter. Great progress And calls back moments brief as dear,

has been made in rebuilding Moscow, and it When last 'twas wafted on his ear.

On being told tv Remember.

is much improved ; in many places of the The Erile listens to the song Remember thee!" yes, when the day

town no remains of the late destruction are Once heard his native bowers among; Begins to chase night's shades away;

seen, and the number of houses rebuilt is And straightway on his visions rise, At noon, and night, I'll think on thee;

truly astonishing Home's sunny slopes, and cloudless skies. Say, wilt thou e'er remember me?

While on the topic of remarkable journeys,

THE RADICAL.

MUSIC.

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