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LECTURES ON ASTRONOMY.-We were present at Mr Lloyd's SONNETS.
first Lecture on this subject, in the Caledonian Theatre on
Thursday evening. The audience was but scanty, and the house TO GENEVIEVE.
indifferently lighted, and much worse heated. The transparenOn being presented with a Bible.
cies, however, were pretty and interesting; and Mr Lloyd illus
trated them in an easy and familiar manner, calculated to con1.
vey both instruction and amusement. This sacred book, sweet Mercy sent from Heaven, Theatrical Gossip.-Neither Pasta nor Caradori are to sing at
As from an Angel's hand my heart receives - the Italian Opera this season. Compared with Pasta, all the other A mystic record of the faith that gives
prima donnas are robin redbreasts. Under the immediate patronHigh beacon-lights to those who may have striven
age of Lord Fife, a jolie petite danseuse, of the name of Pauline,
is to appear in the ballet department. The new play called “CasAgainst the fiend of darkness, and been driven
wallon" has been successful; but though called a tragedy, it Beneath that night of life, when doubt on doubt turns out to be a melo-drama.-Kean, we are afraid, is again at Were seen like tempest-lifted waves to rise,
his old tricks ;—“ sudden indisposition," in the words of the maTill every star of hope had trembled out;
nager, but “complete intoxication," in the phrase of the Times, This blessed refuge, which the good and wise,
prevented his appearing the other evening at Covent Garden,
after an audience had assembled to see his performance of Richard The Patriarch-Martyrs, lofty and devout,
III.-The Beaux Stratagem continues to draw good houses every Songht as in audience with their God above,
night of its performance.-A Mrs Evans is to make her debut With many a sigh full pensively I take
soon at Drury Lane in the character of Mandane. She is an Irish E'en as a pledge of thy divinest love,
lady, and said to possess a voice of great power; but this, or
some such thing, is said of all debutantes.-At our own Theatre, Warning from death a slumberer to awake.
the revived play of the Hypocrite has been played several nights
with success. Last night, an opera of the celebrated Mazzinghi II.
was produced; but we cannot of course speak of its merits till our I HEAR thy voice, sweet Spirit! and look forth,
next. As does the seaman in the hush of night,
WEEKLY LIST OF PERFORMANCES.
Jan. 17.-Jan. 23.
SAT. The Hypocrite,
Free and Easy, & Gilderoy.
Mon. Like passion-winged meteors from the heart,
Do., & Green-Eyed Monster.
TUES. Jane Shore, He Lies like Truth, & Forty Thieves. Streaming beyond our destiny on earth ;
Wed. The Hypocrite, & Green-Eyed Monster. So, pausing on its wonders, would I share
THUR. Ramah Droog, Free and Easy, $ The Bottle Imp.
FBI. Do., f Paul Pry. The faith of nations, and exulting tear
Books very recently published.-Home's (Sir Evan) ComparaMyself from worldly hopes of little worth ;
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-Annual Obituary, 1829, 8vo, 155. boards.-Woolrich's CommerThat I may rest myself prepared now
cial and Mercantile Law, 8vo, 18s. boards.-Barr's Scripture Stu
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mons, 8vo, 9s. boards.-Wood's Account of Sessional Schools, ALASTOR.
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A complete edition of the works of Professor Reid has been We shall present our readers, next Saturday, with a phrenopublished in Paris.
logical table of the cranial developement of the notorious Burke,
accompanied by such remarks as the subject may suggest. The History of the Rise and Progress of the Mahometan power
We have received from the author and publisher, " A Laconic in India, from its commencement in the year 1000 till 1620, trans- Narrative of the Life and Death of James Wilson, known by the lated from the Persian, by Lieutenant-Colonel John Briggs, late name of Daft Jamie. Price Thrippence." It seems a work of inresident at Satara, is about to be published.
estimable value.-We shall consult our Publishers regarding the A Novel, entitled “ Restalrig," by the Authoress of " St John- casionally the Reviews and Magazines as they appear periodical
suggestion of " A Subscriber." – It is our intention to notice ocstoun, or the Gowrie Conspiracy," will appear in a few days. ly.-The Communications of " W. B. S.” of Perth, will not suit
Another cheap work is announced, to be published periodically, us." Waverley" was published in 1814, and was reviewed shortand to be called the Library of Religious Knowledge, consisting ly afterwards in the Edinburgh Review. of a series of original Treatises, written in a popular and familiar
We have received the poetical communications of “T. B.J." of
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the stanzas suggested by Thom's statues, the following is the The English language is becoming a great favourite in Ger
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“ The highest praise be his who wrote an English Annual, bearing the following title: “ The English
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The next be his who could express
Such poetry in stone." hibiting a choice of English and German Tales, Poems, and Historical Anecdotes ; embellished with superb engravings.” Most of We like the melody and expression of the two airs which have
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