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DUCHY OF AUSTRIA.

NO. V.

Hence there is no proof of the existence and he is right.

He would there have) At no very remote period there prevailed of a temple. The little building of the found, that in a survey made in the ar- in Germany, that empire so proud of its anIonic order, formerly standing near chonship of Diocles, it is said, " the tiquity and its grandeur, à ceremony to one of the wings of the Propylæa, was wall of the temple which faces the south their election, to submit; a ceremony which ornamented with a sculptured frize. The wind is unpolished, excepting that part would have shocked the dignified feelings of subject represented is a combat between of it within the portico opposite the Ce the savage prince already mentioned, could the Amazons and the Athenians. Mr. cropium,” (p.195). The word mepooráоn be have possibly witnessed it. Though were Burrow bere places the temple of Aglau- will, I conceive, satisfy Mr. Burrow, that the farce to be acted by one of the accomrus, and in corroboration of this opinion the part to which it alludes is the portico, plished clowns of our refined theatres, it observes," that the sculpture bears the avd not the temple (vaòs), and he will be would afford some laughable scenes to the strongest testimony that the lonic build- obliged to remove his altar and his olive this humiliating custom are related by Eneas ing on which they were discovered, was tree to some other part of the building, Sylvius. dedicated to some martial purpose.”

It where there will be more room for them, CEREMONIAL OF TAKING POSSESSION OF THE is difficult to conceive what connexion than the space which a stair-case leaves could possibly exist between Aglaurus unoccupied in an area of ten feet in In a pleasant valley, near the town of and the Amazons ; but it is easy to con- width.

Saint Voit, are to be seen the ruins of an anjecture why such a subject should adorn There are various other points in çient town, the name of which is unknown; the sepulchre (uvñpa) of Hippolytus, which we are at variance; but as they are stands a piece of marble, on which, at the the son of Theseus,' by the Amazoni An- more matters of opinion than of fact, I inauguration of the Duke, a peasant of a partiope ; which Pausanias describes to be shall no further occupy your columns by ticular family possesses an bereditary right in the vicinity of the Propylæa. The noticing them.

to take his station, having on his right hand dimensions of this little building, which

WILLIAM WILKINS. a black meagre bullock, on his left a lean is represented to have been fifteen feet Weymouth Street, Sept. 27, 1817.

mare, and being at the same time surroundlong, and eight or nine wide, will favour

ed by a crowd of peasants and other people. THE SCRIP.

When thus prepared, the prince, environed this supposition. The uvnueia, or sepul.

by his officers, advances with the standards chres of Telmissus, resemble Ionic tem CURIOUS GERMAN CEREMONY. and insignia of the Principality." Count Goples in antis, and are crowned with a fastigium or pediment.

European travellers, and their unrellecting ritz, who is marshal of the court, beads the readers, are very apt, with fancied superio procession with twelve small standards, and

rity, to treat with coniempt the institutions is followed by all the magistrates in their Another instance in which Mr. Burrow and customs of savage countries; although robes of office, while the prince himself aphas chosen, without adverting to the con- the histories of their own

more polished pears in the habit of a simple shepherd. text, to call in question my arrangement, nations, exhibit forms and ceremonies in no

His highness is no sooner perceived by the occurs in the allocation I have given to degree more useful or rational. Experience, peasant on the marble stone, than he exthe several parts constituting the Erec- the earliest instructress of the wild sons of claims in the Sclavonian tongue, “Who is

he that comes attended by such a proud theum. A building attached to the side nature, first pointed out to man that it was

magnificent train ?" He is answered, “ It is facing the south, the roof of which is up-community to elect one ruling chief, one necessary for the peace and welfare of a

the prince of the country.” The peasant held by statues of females supplying the guiding head, to whom all the other mem

again inquires, “Is an equitable judge, place of columns, considered by Stuart as bers of it should be subordinate, and in him zealous for the good of his country? Is the Pandroseum itself, I have denomi-fto invest the sole right of dispensing, re

he of a liberal disposition? Docs he deserve nated a portico of the temple to which it wards is annexed. Mr. Burrow observes that through this power to stimulate to virtuous swered in the affirnative, “ I desire to

and punishment, enabling him to be honoured ? Is he an observer and de“it is evident, moreover, that in the der from the multitude which can alone pre- be comes to take my place?” Count Goritz

know," he again exclaims,“ by what right common acceptation of the phrase this vent those jealous and destructive contests little building was not a portico, for its for superiority, which invariably arise where answers, “ The favour

is purchased of thee construction permitted no passage from all are equal, yet all struggling for power. thou shalt

have the clothes the prince now without." This observation affords ano- Why then should institntions, which have ther proof, that in the description of for their basis the same principles that influ-/wears, and thy family shall be exempted

from taxes.” The prince then approaches buildings, it may sometimes be “ ence the legislators of civilized governments, the peasant, from whom he receives a box quisite qualificatiou", to have visited have made a greater progress in general table judge. On ending his barangue bie

on the ear, and an exhortatiou to be an equi, isI shall presently show, has a passage from signates a nobleman of the highest order in resigns his place to his prince, and retires, without: the entrance is designated in the kingdom of Pelew, is not less intrinsi-driving off the bullock and the mare. The the little plan annexed to the view of the cally honourable than the more tasty badges his sword, swears to judge his people imparErectheum, by the omission of the line of medals, ribbons, and stars, that mark suintended to slow the top of the podium periority of rank or merit in more enlight, hear mass, quits his pastoral garb for apparel

tially, descends from the marble, goes to upon which the statues are placed. It is mind deny that the good, the princely

more suitable to his rank, and returns to true that the steps leading

down to the minded Abba Thule, was entitled to claim the stone from whence he hears some causes lower level, are uot there shown; but 1 as much martial glory in his victory over

or grievances, and receives homage for the have mentioned the discovery of them by the people of Artingall when he triumph

vacant fiefs. Lord Elgin, at the time i resided at antly carried off the regal stone on which

(To be continued.) Athens, (p. 129, note). It was incum- the kings of that island sit in council, as

THE PUFF. bent upon Mr. Burrow to read the in- our Edward I. arrogated to himself when The puff, to be well done, is not so easy a scription relating to the temple in ques- trophy of his conquest over the Scots, the greatest geniuses fail in it, while the com:

he proudly deposited at Westminster, as a composition as many people imagine. The tion before venturing to decide, in the marble seat on which their kings were for- monest scribbler succeeds to admiration, I manber he has done, that I am wrong merly crowned at Scone.

might be a sense of this, though we think

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DUCHY OF AUSTRIA.

NO. V.

Hence there is no proof of the existence and he is right. He would there have At no very remote period there prevailed of a temple. The little building of the fouvd, that in a survey made in the ar- in Germany, that empire so proud of its anIonic order, formerly standing near chonship of Diocles, it is said, "the tiquity and its grandeur, à ceremony to

which the Dukes of Austria were obliged, at one of the wings of the Propylæa, was wall of the temple which faces the south their election, to submit; a ceremony which ornamented with a sculptured frize. The wind is unpolished, excepting that part would have shocked the dignified feelings of subject represented is a combat between of it within the portico opposite the Ce- the savage prince already mentioned, could the Amazons and the Athenians. Mr. cropium,” (p.195). The word #pooráоn be have possibly witnessed it. Though were Burrow here places the temple of Aglau-will, I conceive, satisfy Mr. Burrow, that the farce to be acted by one of the accomrus, and in corroboration of this opinion the part to which it alludes is the portico, plished clowns of our refined theatres, it observes, “ihat the sculpture bears the and not the temple (vaos), and he will be lovers of " broad grins." The particulars of strongest testimony that the Ionic build- obliged to remove his altar and his olive this humiliating custom are related by Eneas ing on which they were discovered, was tree to some other part of the building, Sylvius. dedicated to some martial purpose.” It where there will be more room for them, CEREMONIAL OF TAKING POSSESSION OF THE is difficult to conceive what connexion than the space which a stair-case leaves could possibly exist between Aglaurus unoccupied in an area of ten feet in In a pleasant valley, near the town of and the Amazons ; but it is easy to con- width.

Saint Voit, are to be seen the ruins of an anjecture why such a subject should adorn There are various other points in çient town, the name of which is unknown; the sepulchre (uvñpa) of Hippolytus, which we are at variance; but as they are stands a piece of marble, on which, at the the son of Theseus, by the Amazon An- more matters of opinion than of fact, I inauguration of the Duke, a peasant of a partiope ; which Pausanias describes to be shall no further occupy your columns by ticular family possesses an hereditary right in the vicinity of the Propylæa. The noticing them.

to take his station, having on his right hand dimensions of this litile building, which

WILLIAM WILKINS. a black meagre bullock, on bis left a lean is represented to have been fifteen feet Weymouth Street, Sept. 27, 1817.

mare, and being at ihe same time surround. long, and eight or nine wide, will favour

ed by a crowd of peasants and other people. THE SCRIP.

When thus prepared, the prince, environed this supposition. The uvnueia, or sepul

by his officers, advances with the standards chres of Telmissus, resemble Ionic tem

CURIOUS GERMAN CEREMONY. and insignia of the Principality.' Count Goples in antis, and are crowned with a fastigium or pediment.

European travellers, and their unreflecting ritz, who is marshal of the court, beads the

readers, are very apt, with fancied superio procession with twelve small standards, and Another instance in which Mr. Burrow and customs of savage countries; although rity, to treat with coniempt the institutions is followed by all the magistrates in their

robes of office, while the prince himself aphas chosen, without adverting to the con- the histories of their own more polished pears in the habit of a simple shepherd. text, to call in question my arrangement, nations, exhibit forms and ceremonies in no

His highness is no sooner perceived by the occurs in the allocation have given to degree more useful or rational. Experience, peasant on the marble stone, than he exthe several parts constituting the Erec- the earliest instructress of the wild sons of claims in the Sclavonian tongue, “Who is

he that comes attended by such a proud theum. A building attached to the side nature, first pointed out to man that it was facing the south, the roof of which is up-community to elect one ruling chief, one necessary for the peace and welfare of a the prince of the country.” The peasant

magnificent train ?" He is auswered, “ It is held by statues of females supplying the guiding head, to whom all the other mem- zealous for the good of his country? Is

again inquires, “ Is he an equitable judge, place of columns, considered by Stuart as bers of it should be subordinate, and in him he of a liberal disposition ? Does he deserve the Pandroseum itself, I have denomi- to invest the sole right of dispensing, renated a portico of the temple to which it wards and punishment, enabling him to be honoured? Is he an observer and deis annexed. Mr. Burrow observes that through this power to stimulate to virtuous fender of the catholic religion ?". Being an

swered in the affirınative, “I desire to “it is evident, moreover, that in the der from the multitude which can alone pre- he comes to take my place?". Count Goritz deeds, and to enforce that obedience and or

,” he again exclaims,“ by what right common acceptation of the phrase this vent those jealous and destructive contests little building was not a portico, for its for superiority, which invariatly arise where answers, “ The favour is purchased of hee construction permitted no passage from all are equal, yet all struggling for power. thou shalt have the clothes the prince now without." This observation affords àno- Why then should institntions, which have ther proof, that in the description of for their basis the same principles that influ-(wears, and thy family shall be exempted

from taxes." The prince then approaches buildings, it may sometimes be “ ence the legislators of civilized governments, the peasant, from whom he receives a box quisite qualificatiou to have visited

become subjects of ridicule to those who them. The portico, for such it is, as I knowledge? The bone bracelet which de

on the ear, and an exhortation to be an equihave made a greater progress in general table judge. On ending his harangue lue shall presently show, has a passage from signates a nobleman of the highest order in resigns his place to his prince

, and retires, without: the entrance is designated in the kingdom of Pelew, is not less intrinsi-driving off the bullock and the mare. The the little plan annexed to the view of the cally honourable than the more tasty badges his sword, swears to judge his people imparErectheum, by the omission of the line of medals, ribbons, and stars, that mark suintended to show the top of the podium periority of rank er merit in more enlight, hear mass, quits his pastoral garb for apparel

tially, descends from the marble, goes to upon which the statues are placed. It is mind deny that the good, the princely- the stone from whence he hears some causes

more suitable to his rank, and returns to true that the steps leading down to the minded Abba Thule, was entitled to claim lower level, are not there shown; but I as much martial glory in his victory over

or grievances, and receives horage for the have mentioned the discovery of them by the people of Artingall when he triumph

vacant fiers. Lord Elgin, at the time i resided at antly carried off the regal stone on which

(To be continued.) Athens, (p. 129, note). It was incum- the kings of that island sit in council, as

THE PUFF. bent upon Mr. Burrow to read the in-our Edward I. arrogated to himself when The puff, to be well done, is not so easy a scription relating to the temple in ques- trophy of his conquest over the Scots, the greatest geniuses fail in it, while the com:

he proudly deposited at Westminster, as a composition as many people imagine. The tion before venturing to decide, in the marble seat on which their kings were for monest scribbler succeeds to admiration: manner he has done, that I am wrong merly crowned at Scone.

might be a sense of this, though we think

a re

of abitement.

it was a better feeling, which has dismissed made them famous. And if Cesar shed tears in viewing scech Thee, on the sufferings of the Brute what might be called the puff magnificent Alexander's statue, and felt the necessity of imitating Creation. Prevent evil-minded men from from the bottom

of the play-bills of Drury-titse of pictures, offered to youth, cager and impatient o exercising, Cruelty and Oppression towards Lane Theatre, and restored to these inter-acquiring glors, contribute to display in them those happy them; and incline the hearts of all tu pity esting critical works, the severity of style dispositions, which otherwise they had perhaps never and compassion for them and for one anwhich was the usage in the time of Gar- thought they had existed! They will be sensible that there other. Mercifully grant these our suppli

Lord. rick. Other aspirants 10 public favour are are several ways to arrive at glory, and that one may also cations through 'Jesus Christ our not 50 wise Mr. Polito, the other day, you serve the state by your parts and capacity, or help

Arnen." puring his Ourang-Outang, by a figure of your Sovereigo either by your counsel or power. rhetoric wliich in Ireland would be called a The Author of this undertaking (to wit, Mistress Meyer)

CARLSBAD. Buil, described it as “ the link which sepa- has done his u:most to make it worthy of those who are

THE DISCOVERY OF WARM BATHS. rated the liuman race from the brute cre. the subjects of it, and especially of the magnanimous Sove.

The following communications may inteatiun!"--such blunders will people commit eieas that have condescended to accept the homage

rest the antiquary; and as the statement who are not accustomed to write connected-ly. Considering the immense or vast expence so great an which led to ihem appeared in the Literary But the paper which has betrayed us into undertaking requires, the Author Alatters himself that one these remarks out-puffs Puff in the Critic, will not take it ill of him to settle as an express condition, Gazette, we feel it to be our duty to lend and is withal so whimsical a production that that the illustrious persons, who have a right to be reck our aid to the elucidation. it cannot fail to amuse our literary readers. pped in this collection, and will show a desire to it, shall

Godalming, 9th Sept. 1817. be ranked among the subscribers, and have indred con SIR, I am informed that the waters of CarlsIt purports to be from the pen of a lady, viz. tracted a promise the compounding and agreeing bad were discovered about the year 1370, which " Mrs. Meyer, a Painter,” and a great for the deliteries that must be paid off as soon as they was in the reign of Charles the IVth : and in Painter too, as well as a Blue Stocking, for are published, and till that time the collection be com

your interesting selection from the Scrip, inshie herein proposes to sell us “ The Pictures plete without any further expences nor advances. of all the Sovereigns and Modern Illustrious off his subscription, till the work be intirely finished, and it is said, that the emperor Charles the Vth of

Every Subscriber is also, to the Author obliged to pay serted in the Literary Gazette of the 6th inst. Men in Europe, with a Biographic Text of at the same as the deliveries shall appear.

Germany discovered ihese waters. This emtheir Civil, Politic, or Military Life; Drawn Here follow the terms, and the whole peror was born at Ghent, in 1500; and in 1516, to the life, or Original Pictures, and en- ends thus:

succeeded Ferdinand in the kingdom of Spain; graven by skilful Artists!!" With the mo To conciliate at the same time the interests of MM. where he ended his days. Will you then inform desty which ever accompanies true greatness the subscribers with his own, the Author has resolved to me if the Scrip is in error, or whether 1370 is of mind, the following humble motto is pre- the whole sum of their subscription, enjoy the sixth part

let those of'annovgst thein, who would pay in subscribing, ao anachronism? fixed to the particulars of this grand under

I am, Sir, your very obedient servant,

R. B. taking. It is apparently in derse !

The Catalogue of the Subscribers shall be printed at the à A thousand fine wits sliall inscribe the achievements of end of the first volume,

SIR, Being fully persuaded it is your wish to beroes

No doubt but every one will be pleased to see the bave your paper as accurate as possible, with In the aunals of fame, far better than in their writings, or names of the Sovereigns, Princes, Great Dignitaries of this view you will allow me to correct an error in history.

State, who hive deigned to honour this work with their in the account of Carlsbad. The baths which All those celebratod lieroes shall revive in my pictures." kind protection.

you have mentioned as having been discovered The prospectus itself is worthy of the risdiction, and as far as the frontiers for a foreign country have been discovered by Charles the Ivih: in

All the deliveries shall be sent post paid for every Ju- by Charles the Vth, are generally supposed to introduction. It says,

You are desired above all to pay the postages of letters, corroboration of this statement, the following The proclaiming a complete collection of the pictures parcel and money.

has been extracted from a most admirable work, of all tho Sovereigns in Europe and the modern illustrious men, with a Biographic text, is proclaiming one of the ment, what an extraordinary and unrivalled consistent with thie nature of your paper to in

If the pictures resemble their announce “Busching's Geography," which should it be taking; 'tis speaking to the mind of every civilized peo gallery shall the deliveries furnish to MM. sert, will oblige ple; 'tis reviving every learned man's sensibility and every the subscribers!!!

Your obedient servant, human nature's friends; in one word, it is spreading

JUVENIS. every where the fruitful causes of beroism, and the de.

CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.

“ Wary or Carlsbad, in Latin Thermæ Carovoling to one's country and Sovereign. In effect, if, when

To the Editor of the Literary Gusette. the valiant or brave acts, of the virtue or genius of

linæ, a royal borough, seated on the river Topt, thc eminent personnages that have been the oruament of

930 Sept. 1817. and celebrated for its warm baths, which were their age, were tendered to be admired, one contributes in Sir,-I was gratified by seeing in your discovered in the year 1370, in the time of the most powerful minner, not only in the perpetuating elegant Journal, a few weeks since, a paper Charles the IVth. These baths gave occasion of it in the remembrance of men, but even, to spring forth on the subject of the Miseries of the Brute to the building of this small town, to which bein the soul of every one, who is exalted and electrified Creation. It is high time that a check long also certain villages.", by reading all that is excellent, great, and sublime; what should be placed on the cruelty of man to

Hubner, vol. ii. p. 56. has almost the saine trust it be then, if you are shown the features of those

passage. very persons, in some measure animated, and, as if they wards this unoffending, because innocent,

Huckney, Sept. 19, 1817. were alive in those portraits? Is it not, as it were making part of the Almighty's creatures. To this them speak, themselves, is it not adding to illusion, and end, I think that a short prayer introduced It happens apropos enough, that the Numenlarging the deceit of all that example, compared with into our admirable Liturgy, and made use of ber of the Edinburgh Review which has just roserved and dry precepts, is most able to persuade?

in common with the rest of the service, appeared, touches incidentally upon ihiş Having thus brought into notice figures of would lead men to consider of the wicked subject in its notice of Travels in Caucasus speech hitherto unknown to the English lan ness of their conduct. The subject, in many and Georgia. As its remarks are generally guage, and which must enrich it by new and instances, merely requires this consideration, curious, and supersede those we intended to unheard-of combinations, by facilities never to make the cruel 'man shrink with horror offer, we annex them to the letters of our even contemplated by the greatest of our from bis reflections; and I am convinced, Correspondents. grammarians, and, what is rendering a more that the appeal made to every man's consci “ The city of Tefilis, as is recorded in the essential service to the public, having con-ence in the sight of God, would not only not history of Georgia, was founded by King tributed to improve the style and enlarge the be an ineffectual one; but would so human. Wachiang Georgaslaw, who discovered the system of puffing, we shall only insert the ice many a hard heart, as to render the indi- warm baths for which it is celebrated, whilst conclusion of this exquisite address, for the vidual iú every respect a better member of he was bunting. His Majesty was pleased with gratification of the admirers of fine writing, society.

the salutary springs; the amenity of the surand of that Incomprehensible in composition The following simple prayer, the former founde1 the city which afterwards deprived the

rounding country took his fancy; and he which has justly been denominaied the part of which is taken from the Collect for city of Noah's grandson of its pre-eminence, Sublime.

the Eleventh Sunday after Trinity, may suit anit became the capital of Georgia. The city These portraits shall (mark the absolute "shall") com. the occasion. pose a gallery, on which one needs but cast one's eyes to

of Wachtang Georgaslaw obtained the name of feel one's self inflamed with desire of imitating,

" () God, who declarest thy Almighty Bath, for this is the meaning of Twelis in the men, who are represented in them with Hvery kind of ce power most chiefly by shewing Mercy and old Georgian language. Tlie word is now cor. lebrity (i.e. io being born emperors and kings, &c.) which Piry, look down with compassion, we be- rupted into Teffilis. M. Von Klaproth spells it

the great

CHAPTER THE EIGHTH.

Otherwise, and interprets it 'The Warm City: Cape Padron and Shark Point. The Captain to deal much with them. Several It seems to bave been the fashion of the old peninsula which these present has to all trading canoes were observed passing up chroniclers to connect the history of thermal springs with regal names. The waters of Aix- appearance been shaped by the com- the river, carrying from ten to twenty la-Chapelle bubbled forth at the approach of bined dispositions of the sea and the men in each. The European vessels Charlemagne, who congnered the devil who river. A steep beach formed by the ac- failed not to attract their attention, and the body of the imp of darkness; and the King's cumulating sands, marks the external

, or most of them came along side the ship to Bath is warmed to this very day by the ginnes sea shore of this peninsula. On the in- satisfy their curiosity, and at the same of thilk Master Bladud, that was Kynges son side, the scene varies considerably, the time to try if they could make any thing Lud.' It is probable that the history of Tefflis river being bordered with mud and mo- of their visitors. The cargoes of these (and we may add of Carlsbad) though less rass, and covered with the mangrove. boats, which seemed to be proceeding to marvellous, is equally authentic.”.

The aspect of each side of the river, near something like an established, market,

Fathomless Point, is so nearly the same, consisted of salt and palm-nuts. From ORIGINAL AND INTERESTING that to describe them separately is un- the last-mentioned commodity the naNARRATIVE.

necessary. They are intersected by nu- tives have the art of extracting oil, which

merous creeks, in which the water is per- is applicable among them to a variety of VOYAGE TO THE CONGO.

fectly torpid. The islands formed by purposes. The salt with which they

these streams, serve to diversify the were laden is procured on the North Description of the mouth of the Con- scene with a variety of pleasantly pictu- shore near Fathomless Point, at a place go ;-its magnitude not so great as re- resque objects. From the trees growing called Boolamveaba. Among the merported.--- Aspect of the shore on both in the water, it is not easy to approach chandise shipped on board the canoes, sides ;--its water proved to be colourless, the shore in many places. Here and in addition to the articles already partithough apparently red ;-rising and there a little spot of sandy beach made cularized, an elephant's tusk and a box falling of its tides.-Visits of the na- it practicable to do so ; but generally were observed, and thought to be curilives.— Trading canoes and their care speaking, this mangrove track may be osities when it was considered to what goes.-Expedition of Lieut. Hawkey to pronounced to be impenetrable. On market they were going; explore one of the largest creeks, and his both sides it extends for seven or eight To examine miuutely the numerous report thereon.-- Account of the King of miles inland, when it meets the primitive creeks near the entrance of the river, was Sonio's residence. The appearances of soil, of which the outline only can be a task which Captain Tuckey could not cannibalism explained by the natives. - seen from the part of the river where the venture upon, but Lieutenant Hawkey Further Intercourse with them.--Their Congo now lay, which was about half a undertook to explore the creek nearest impostures, and excellent plan to get rid mile from the south shore, nearly oppo- to the place where the Congo now lay at of them.- Flight of the Portuguese slave site Sherwood's Creek, and about ten anchor. He proceeded up a considerable dealers.-A Mafooka affronted, and re- miles from the point which the captain distance. From the report he made on conciled.

had so long ineffectually laboured to dou- his return, it appears that the water So far as the river, to explore which ble, and which he described to have been branches off in two opposite directions, was the object of the expedition, had almost as formidable to him, as the Cape one arm of the creek taking its way East yet been seen by Captain Tuckey, and of Good Hope was to the mariners of by South, the other West by North. He those who accompanied him, it bad pre- earlier times. The current here was very passed twenty reaches, the courses of septed nothing to bear out the accounts irregular. This was supposed to arise which were extremely various and perwhich they had heard, or to justify the from the flowing of a tide interrupted by plexing, and at length arrived at the high ideas which had been excited, of its mag- eddies formed by the points of land or land, which is marked by cliffs of consinitude. It was thought scarcely to de- banks, which were often found com- derable steepness. Here they were enserve the character of a river of the pletely to overcome the stream, and cre-abled to discover the tyger and elephant second class, unless the waters between ate slack water, which effect was observ. were no strangers, as their excrement was the Sonio and the opposite shore were ed to continue in some instances for half observed on the ground, with that of vaheld to be its entrance. This, however, an hour : in others it subsided in less rious other animals, carnivorous as well Captain Tuckey was decidedly of opi-than five minutes. The water had the as herbaceous. An antelope was seen, nion, would be a most erroneous calcu- same red appearance here as off Cobenda, and the skeleton head of a wild hog was lation. He held the real mouth of the but brought to the test, as in the former found by some of the party. On the river, beginning at Fathomless Point, to instance, by being put in a glass, it was sandy beach, close to a pond of stagnant be about three miles in breadth, the found to be perfectly colourless, but too water, the eggs of the river turtle were mean depth about forty fathom, and the brackish. to be used for any fresh water observed to have been deposited in imstream ordinarily running at the rate of purpose. The rising and falling of the mense abundance. about four miles and a half an hour. If tides could be traced on the mangroves By the natives who came on board the observations on which these calcula- on each side of the river, and the differ- while the Congo remained off this place, tions were founded, may be relied upon ence between their greatest elevation and the adventurers were informed that the as tolerably correct, and their accuracy its lowest depression, was found to be King of Sonio resided at Bauza Sonio, on was most satisfactorily established, it fol- about two feet and a half.

the banks of a fresh water river, the enlows that the statements made, respect The Congo was visited in her new trance of which was pointed out, and is ing this celebrated but imperfectly known birth by many of the natives, who came a creek marked in Maxwell's chart, river. have gone greatly beyord the to offer goats, pigs, fowls, eggs, and “ Raphael's Creek.” According to them truth, as the volume of water which it other articles for sale. Their demands a boat would be twelve hours ascending rolls to the sea is by no means equal to were less exorbitant than those of their to the town, though the current is not that which has been described. The en- neighbours at Shark Point, but they were strong. No interesting particulars howtrance to it on the south bounded by not sufficiently reduced to incline the ever could be obtained. The appearances

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