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Redrench evry Place where he has Grounds : | Mary Queen of Scots, though new to the me- in the classical form of a hungry vulture. and they all talk about Pooling Mesurs; but tropolis, has been sometime a favourite in the Wisdom, however, prompts Pandora again to the Wetterun Bishop Sincurers and Cloaths provinces, and is adapted from Sir Walter examine the box: Hope is discovered at the borrowers show pourfull Oppisishun and per- Scott's novel of the " Abbot," by Mr. Calcraft, bottom; she advances, leaning on her anchor, pdix and embrace all his Plans — Pettyshuns the manager of the Dublin theatre. Miss and, after propitiating Jove, intercedes with come in from all Parts for Necromancypassion, Foote sustained the character of Mary, for the the audience for “ Prometheus and little Panwich I take to be some new plan for washin first time. Her reception was most fattering. dora." We need scarcely add that her interthe Blackamer wite - also for the vote by She was respectably supported by a Mr. Fre- cession is effectual. Madame Vestris's deli. Ballad which Mr. Hum supports and likewis dericks, in the part of George Douglas ; and a cious voice is heard to great advantage in this Mr. Oconl che Hireish mimber wich wants the young lady named Langley sang a ballad with little theatre, and she enacted the part of PanOnion to be repeeled and caws all Hireland much sweetness and feeling. Mrs. Knight, dora with all her accustomed grace and spirit. Watery eyes; but I hop sich Cryses will niver late of Drury Lane, played Lady Douglas ; and Her gradual animation in the first scene is arive — 1 supose youve herd Hunt is returnd in Catharine Seyton we recognised the pretty admirably expressed. Mr. Cooper, as Promefor Prestun wherby Im sorry to heer of a in- little dark-eyed Miss Pincott, from the same theus ; Mr. T. Knight, as Jupiter ; Mr. Newcindery sittin in the ows, for he not only first establishment. After Mary Queen of Scots, combe, as Mercury ; and Mr. Beckwith, as barat the Corn but sold it after to the pure a new and very appropriate jeu d'esprit was the Swiss Boy-exhibited considerable humour. Peeple—but is Blackin his good — Our new performed, the joint production, we understand, Madame V. was called for at the conclusion, and lord Canceller Brevem gives us Hops that he will of Mr. Planché and Mr. C. Dance. It is of announced the Olympic Revels for repetition put a end to all the Old Suits without making the Midas genus, and founded on Mr. Colman's every evening. We have no doubt of its running any New Breeches wich wrong Incisions wold whimsical version of the story of “ Pandora." the whole season. The performances concluded show Shear bignoranc — but hes no Goos !
—The curtain rises on an “Olympic game at with the Little Jockey, alias Youth, Love, and Mr. Grant wants to Mancypate the Jews – whist." Jupiter holds bad cards, and is an- Folly ; and Clarissa Harlowe, alias the Old Porkreetchers ! my next Nabor Levy says noyed by bad jokes, and breaks up the party in Maid. One piece too much perhaps : but, as they are a Pursycutish Race thogh they have a huff. He calls for music, but Apollo is at a Miss Foote played in one, and Mrs. Glover Nnmbers of Genesis among them fit for Trusts glee-club. He inquires for Bacchus ; he is in in the other, we could scarcely make up our en Securitys; but let who will be in or out the chair at the Punch-bowl, and not present. minds to spare either. Murmetbin must be done. Winters com and the able—Mars is at drill--Momus “ eating fire at ale Country wants instant Releafing thoug I Troy fair" - Esculapius has been suddenly
THEATRES AND THEATRICAL PROPERTY. hop to Treesunable acts will be manny fisted sent for to bleed king Priam - Somnus is As we are probably on the eve of a decision on be the Peeple - Nobody now cant sell nothing “yawning o'er the last new play"- and Juno the question of theatrical patents, or monopoly, Guds hangs on hand and Malefactors are is in the laundry ; “ 'tis washing day !" Mer- which will put the stage upon a new, and we dropping in every line- Soverins is scars and cury is eventually sent on a message to Vulcan, trust a better footing, it may not be amiss to Peeples ready to tear each other to peeces for respecting “ the lady” ordered by Jupiter, and throw our contribution into the general data, im-We want some change - In the Nabor- returns with an answer from the " lame old though we have for years, upon insulated points, hood of Manshister thirty thousn Wafers are tinker, promising his speedy appearance said all that we can say on the question, and in a state of Risibility which is no laughin with his work. Bacchus is now brought home especially in our No. 569, Dec. 15, 1827, pointed matter, barin struck for more Wags tho' they by Pan and Silenus, “ so drunk he cannot out what we deemed a remedy for the evils most get therty sbilling a Weak and are always in sit his barrel, without being held there.” felt. Labue ! - this abolition of feelin shold be Momus enters to the laughing chorus from The drama is far gone in a decline, and chekt, for if it is to go on it will most likly Der Freyschüts ; and Apollo also making his neither authors nor actors can cure it. continew — As you observe, the Rag for appearance, Jupiter prepares for frolic, when The large patent theatres have been mere Chang is grate - as they say The Scullmasters his thoughts are recalled to business by the wild or sordid speculations, and withal unproAbroad and the Scull all in confushon - Old ascent of Vulcan with his " lass of mettle:" fitable, since we remember them. Head devices done away with and Hairy Cassles she is pronounced a chef d'æuvre, and Vulcan The minor theatres have, accordingly, been supplyin the place -- Aspics on the Continence tenders “ his little bill." The deities then gradually creeping on. Some have been prosem very embracing-tho the Trials in France proceed to bestow their various presents on the sperous, and others have been bankrupt, simply is over the People are in Truble - I hope the stranger. Love animates and music instructs because they deserved no other fate, either Rising in the Low Kantrys is over_The Poles her; and health, wealth, lasting charms, and from the principle on which they went, or the terID to be makin head again the Rusbons in endless mirth, are promised, in appropriate management by which they tried to gull the grrat Armd Bodis_bent on Deth or imprisen- airs, by their respective divinities. Jupiter town. Ibent to get Liberty - In short all Eurups in then names her Pandora, and presents her The competition, as carried on, has been Harms; but nothing so Barberus as Civil co- with the famous and fatal box. She is about to disgraceful, as well as ruinous, to all parties ; Dashins Hopin all is over with You, and descend to earth in the care of Mercury, when and has utterly prevented excellence in any Textin asshurd Stuck Puggys is not likely to Juno enters in a rage, and, after a laughable branch of the drama. rise again, I conclude remaining Your sincer altercation with the king of gods and men, What we recommended was, to limit different Fread and well wisher A HUMPHRIES. bestows on Pandora - woman's dear passion, houses to different species of entertainments,
curiosity.” The gods go to dinner, and Mer- tragedy, comedy, and farce here; opera there ; DRAMA.
cury and Pandora seek the abode of Prometheus. spectacle, melodrame, or vaudeville, at other
A Swiss milk-boy—“ a great anachronism, places. Then should we see good companies for OLYMPIC THEATRE.
according to the bill, meets with them, and is all, instead of mixed companies fit to execute Tuis now beautiful little theatre opened its told by Mercury that the lady is a star who is nothing perfectly. donan on Monday evening last to as eager and thither flown,
But we are not now going again into the zealmus a crowd as we ever witnessed in the " To light a little system of her own
general question, which would lead us into the pit-going days of our youth, when to be Feeling her way, twinkling
'midst hope and doubt: folly of the present licensing system : we would lieezed as flat as a pancake was considered as
Who would be the man to put her out ?"
rather put in our word on the specific matter one of the principal delights of the evening. The gallant milk-boy declares he would not, to be immediately decided, and on which the About ten minutes past seven the curtain rose, and assures them that he bears
fate of English opera depends. London is the and Madame Vestris made her courtesy amidst
“ The milk of human kindness."
only capital in Europe which does not enjoy an Beatening acclamations. It was some time These sallies were received with shouts by the opera in the native language, and that which bele silence could be obtained, and during audience. The rest is soon told. Prometheus has the foremost privileges every where else, thy period she appeared labouring under ex- receives the lady with delight, but his ardour is is with us the least favoured of the drama. Cute emotion. Order at length being a little damped by the discovery that she has no Surely, Mr. Arnold, who has done so much for fratured, she spoke an occasional address, luggage except a little box. He leaves her for a the improvement of our national music, ought ritten by Mr. J. H. Reynolds. It is full moment, and, mastered by her curiosity, Pan- to have every encouragement to pursue his de point and pleasartry, and was received dora lifts the fatal lid. Envy, hatred, malice, laudable course, such as length of season, with considerable applause. “God save the and all uncharitableness," issue from the box, and at times when the town is full--facilities Kirkes followed, the solo parts being sung amidst discordant crashes. Prometheus enters for rebuilding his theatre, and a convenient site; by lears, Spagnoletti and Hodges (pupils of in dismay; and the vengeful Thunderer appear- in short, the most liberal patronage of every the Royal Academy) and Madame Vestris
. ing, condemns Pandora to die an old maid, kind. We trust he will have all this: we are The fint burletta of the evening, entitled) and inflicts on Prometheus" a liver complaint,” | sure his efforts have deserved it.
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Thursday.. 30 We could stand it no longer; and giving the der the direction of the Abbé Petroni, it ap- Friday precocious brat a cuff, we dismissed him to his pears, that in a population of 5,456,664 persons, admiring mamma. which is that of the kingdom of Naples, there Saturday ..
29.79 are 37 above a hundred years of age, 93 pre- Monday
29.83 Stationary The Game of the History of France, from lates, 27,912 priests, 8455 monks, and 8185 Tuesday Pharamond to the Accession of Louis Phi. nuns. It also appears, that the city of Naples Wednesday 6 lippe 1. London. E. Wallis. contains 349,190 inhabitants, 3 cardinals, 1
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Except the 1st and 2d, cloudy; a little rain, at times, This is one of the ingenious and pleasing archbishop, 8 bishops, 1751 priests, 610 monks, on the 30th and 31st. devices by which historical knowledge is in- 827 nuns, 18,100 state-pensioners, 9450 persons
Rain fallen since the 22d, 5 of an inch. fused into the young, by means of an apparent in public offices, and 114,519 workmen : 1627 Latitude...... 51° 37' 32" N. (and indeed real) amusement,-a pack of cards persons are employed in the business of edu- Longitude.. and set of counters so constructed as to afford |cation, from the academicians down to the the players a fair insight into French bistory, masters of schools for infants.
TO CORRESPONDENTS. and at the same time exercise their memory Tehuantepec. The 87th No. of the Bulletin and faculties
Parry Parry will not do for us. Album verses rarely, if We recommend the game de la Société de Géographie, of Paris, contains ever, mend by publication. heartily.
an important article in the shape of a recon. The individual who calls upon us to review a " Hisnoissance of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, made was not worth sending to a Journal like ours, was not
tory," must send it. We have long found out, that what by the engineer-general of brigade, D. Juan worth seeking; and we have many interesting works beVARIETIES. Orbegoro, in conformity with the orders of the fore us, to which we can barely do justice.
Our “ Friend" N. does not seem to be aware that the Danish Army.—The military education of Mexican government. The result is, however, mere notice of a book in three or four lines, is the result the soldiers and subalterns of the Danish army by no means favourable as to the practicability, of, perhaps, more hours', and sometimes days', considerahas long been carefully attended to; but there só frequently discussed, of forming a navigablecion. The publications inost eligible for extract are not has been no school for instruction in the higher canal for the passage of vessels from the one on the contrary, we often expend much of comparison branches of military knowledge. That want sea to the other.
and research on a subject which only occupies a few has been recently supplied by the establishment Longevity._Russia is the country for won character, popular works, we can afford to be fully ex
lines; while on attractive, temporary, and, from their of a school at Copenhagen, founded and sup- derful longevity. In the year 1827, there died planatory at a very small expense of thought. We hope, ported by the king ; the pupils of which are to in Russia 947 persons above a hundred years inerefore, not to be judged by quantity, but by quality,
We are again obliged to postpone our note on Mr. go through various courses, the duration of old, 202 above 110, 98 above 115, 52 above James's letter. which is fixed at four years. 120, 21 above 125, and 1 above 135 !
We are sorry that we have not space to devote to the Paris.-- Politics usurp almost the entire at. The Creation of the World. The Russian controversy which Mr. T. Price's second letter must promosphere of Paris, and we read fifty journals Almanac counts 7338 years since the creation able to adduce the slightest authority, either ancient or without acquiring one paragraph of literary or of the world.
modern, in support of the principle that a dark complex. scientific intelligence.
ion is a decisive mark of Celtic origin; but, on the conWe observe with satis. Saw-Mills. - There are in St. Petersburg trary, that the whole can be proved to be nothing else faction, however, that these amenities are not three saw-mills worked by steam ; two belong. than an utter fallacy, founded upon mere gratuitous altogether abandoned. M. Cuvier and Le Duc ing to individuals, and one to government. In assertion;
The plan of Swing Town, which our respectable corde Luynes have just been elected honorary the course of the year 1829, these mills turned respondent wishes us to engrave, is really such a stretch members of L'Académie des Inscriptions et out 456,326 planks of various kinds.
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