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os Such is the histry of your loyal Louse,
“ Whose presence breeds such tumult in the house."
Zephyr, so anxious for his life, drew near,
The GEORGIUM SIdus of the fons of men !!!! Such is the conclusion of this heroic poem: but there is a great deal of comic matter in the preceding part of this fifth canto, which we have not room to particularize, and for which we must refer to the pamphlet.
FOREIGN LITERARY INTELLIGENCE. MR Roschmann, keeper of the ar- who had writen on the fishes of the
chives of the household to the Mediterranean. Emperor, has published at Vienna, Fred. James Baft has published 1792, 8vo, a History of Tirol, with at Vienna, 1794, 8vo, a critical Ela Map of Rhætia.
say on the Text of Plato's SympofiZürich and Leipfic. Travels in va um, with an Investigation of Readrious Provinces of the Kingdom of ings in Three MSS. in the Imperial Naples, by C. Ulyffes von Salis Mar- Library. fchlins. Vol. I. 8vo, 442 pages with Mr Tham, at Stockholm, 19 plates plates. 1793. The obfervations and of Gothic antiquities, containing 38 accounts here given, in which the fubjects. author very properly endeavours to Jená. A Collection of the most avoid all beaten ground, render this remarkable Travels in the East, transwork highly pleasing and instructive, lated or abridged, with felect Maps tho' it cannot be commended for pur and Plates, and the necessary Introsity of style, and abounds with typo- ductions, Remarks, and Indexes; by graphical errors. The present vo-. H. F. G. Paulus Prof. Th. Ord. at lume is divided into two parts; the Jena. Vol. III. 8vo, 420 pages. 1794. first contains a tour through Apulia, *This volume contains two journeys Bari, and Otranto; the second, a 'to Egypt by J. M. Wantleb, one in journey through part of Abbruzzo. 1663, the other in 1672 and 3. The At the end is a catalogue of thell-fifli former is now published for the first from the sea-coasts of Naples, illuf. time, from a MS. in the library of trated by some neat plates. This the university of Cottengen, and to the author gave, because he found it are added some remarks of Ludolf, many kinds not mentioned by those which he wrote on the MS. itself. It Ed. Mag. Jan. 1796. G
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THE AFFECTING HISTORY OF M. DE MAND ADE.
POLITICS OF FRANCE,' BY
6 FROM THE THIRD VOLUME OF LETTERS ON THE
HELEN MARIA WILLIAMS.
HE cities of Paris and of Lyons, zard bowers profaned; the orange-grovet Vendee, were not the only scenes of hor- the waters are tinged with blood; the ror which France exhibited during the hollow moans of calamity issue from the tyranny of Robespierre ; alas, there was caverns, and the shrieks of despair re-echo scarcely a valley of that desolated coun- from the cliffs, the guillotine has arisen
i whose flowerers were not bruiled amid those confecrated shades where love with the tread of hostile paces!' Robe. alone had reared its altars !--no longer fpierre could not have fo long maintained with the name of Vaucluse is associated his iron fceptre, had he not found, to use the idea of Petrarch ; that of Maignet, the words of Shakespeare,
the destroying Maignet, presents itself to
the shuddering imagination, and the afto. • Slaves that took his humours for a war- nished foul starts back with horror
rant, To break into the bloody house of life,
• I see, where late the verdant landscaps
smil'd, And, on the winking of authority,
A joyless defart, and a dreary wild; To understand a law.'
O'er all the air a direful gloom is spread; While Carrier ravaged the country of the Pale are the meads, and all their blossoms weft, and Collot d'Herbois laid the
opulent city of the east in ashes, Le Bon hung The clouds of April shed a baleful dew, like a destroying vulture over the north, And nature wears a veil of deadly hue.' feait ng his savage foul with the fight of One of the first acts of Maignet, upon mangled carcases; and Maignét consum- his arrival in the department of Vaucluse, ed the lovely villages of the south in the was the destruction of the village of Beflames of a general conflagration. The douin, fituated in a country of the most scene of Maignet's proconsulate was the romantic beauty, and where the benign departments of Vaucluse, and the mouth climate fosters all the rich productions of of the Rhone-ihole celebrated regions summer, and forins a striking contrast to for ever dear to the lovers of the elegant the eternal fnows which cover the mounarts, where, cheering the gloom of go- tain of Ventoux, at the foot of which the thic barbarism, to use the language of village is placed. Olsian, the light of the song arofe ;? A Imall tree of liberty, which had been where the Troubadours ftrung their ear- planted on a solitary spot near Bedouin, ly harps, and where the immortal Pee was, during the night, torn from the trarch poured forth his impassioned ftrains. ground by fome wretches who know that Divine poet! no more thall the unhappy this incident would furnish a pretext for lover seek for consolation in shedding de- pillage and devastation. At break of day licious tears on the brink of that foun- the very perfons who were the perpetratain where thou hast wept for Laura ! - tors of this act, one of whom was the no more hall he haunt with penfive en- president of the popular fociety, founded thusiasm that folitary valley, those crag a general alarm, and accused the guiltless by rocks, those hanging woods, and tore inhabitants of Bedouin, of the facrilege rent streams, where thou hast wandered committed against the hallowed symbol with congenial feelings, and to which thy of freedom. tender complaints have given everlasting Revolutionary troops were instantly renown! -mihofe enchanting dreams,those fummoned to carry fire and sword thro' dear illufions have for ever vanished the village and territory of Bedouin. A that delicious country, the pride of municipal commission was immediately France, the garden of Europe, the classical organized by Maignet, which presented haunt of Petrarch, no longer presents itself wherever there was the hope of the delightsul images of beauty, of poetry, spoil, spreading every where defolation of paffion; the magical spell is broken, and death. Five hundred habitations the foothing charm is dissolved; the were delivered to the flames; the fruits fairy scenes have been pulluted, the wiz- of the harvest were consumed, and the