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We understand that Messrs Anderson and Hunter, the pub- cal press, indicates a degree of unphilosophical self-sufficiency, lishers of the Map of the Basin of the Frith of Forth, which we pardonable only in one who feels that his last resource is to brazen lately noticed, are to publish this summer a Map of the Basin of out his fate, the Tay, including the greater part of Perthshire, Strathmore,

Theatrical Gossip.-A new play, called “The Partisans," writthe Braes of Angus, &c. The Map is to be accompanied by a

ten by Planché, has been brought out at Drury Lane with much work, entitled, “ The Topography of the Basin of the Tay;"

The scene is laid in Paris in 1649. Liston plays a prinand it is expected that they will be found exceedingly useful both cipal part in a manner with which the London critics are greatly to travellers and persons residing in that district. Mr Knox's delighted.—Miss Smithson has appeared in Juliet ; but it wont do. skill, who is to execute the Map, has been generally acknow- Miss Smithson is universally damned, with the assurance that she ledged; and in proof of it, it is only necessary to mention his four

is a respectable actress. If a steam-boat is to be had at any town sheet Map of Mid-Lothian.

on the English coast, let her return with all expedition to la belle Observations on the Rural Affairs of Ireland; or, a Practical France. - The Haymarket Theatre is to open on the 15th of June. Treatise on Farming, Planting, and Gardening, adapted to the

Farren, Cooper, Vining, Miss F. Kelly, Mrs Glover, and Mrs Circumstances, Resources, Soil, and Climate of that country, in Humby, commence the campaign. Liston, too, is engaged for cluding some remarks on the reclaiming of Bogs and Wastes, and

six weeks.—The English Opera House is to open on the 1st of a few Hints on Ornamental Gardening, By Joseph LAMBERT, July; Sapio and Miss Paton are to be of the company-We ob Esq. will be published in Dublin in a few days.

serve that Mrs T. Hill of our Theatre has made a very judicious Tales of the Irish Peasantry, containing-Introduction-The selection of pieces for her benefit, which takes place this evening. Wedding The Wake-The Funeral—The Party Fight-The

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May 23—29. A History of the French Newspaper press, which, it is said, will SAT. Rob Roy, No! & Paul and Virginia. contain some curious information, has been announced at Paris. Mon. Simpson and Co., a Concert, Mr Tomkins, & the ScapeCaptain Frankland, R.N. is about to publish an account of his

Goat. visit to Constantinople.

TUES. Jane Shore, & Gilderoy. Mr Doddridge Humphreys, the grandson of Dr Doddridge, WED. Ways and Means, a Concert, He Lies like Truth, f The has been some time engaged in preparing for publication the

Little Jockey. Diary and Correspondence of that celebrated Divine ; and the Thurs. Sweethearts und Wives, The Rendezvous, & The Gentke work will be presented to the public shortly.

Shepherd. Mr Banim's “ Battle of the Boyne" is among the most recent FRI. Paul Pry, $ Charles XII. translations of our abundant works of fiction into the French tongue.

TO OUR READERS. Tas PERIODICAL PRESS IN SWITZERLAND.-We are in the

The present Number concludes the First Volume of the Epixhabit of looking upon Switzerland as the country of independence

DURGH LITERARY JOURNAL, and with it will be delivered a Title and political freedom par excellence. The state of the press in that

page and Index. We hope our readers will now be inclined country, however, is very little in accordance with such an opi

to agree with us in thinking, that the size and shape we nion. Throughout the whole of Switzerland, only twenty-eight have chosen are those most likely to give a permanent value to newspapers are published, twenty-two of which are written in the

the contents of the Literary Journal, by the facilities they afford German, two in the Italian, and four in the French language. for binding into handsome volumes, facilities which we are not Most of them are weekly, and some are published only once or aware that any other weekly periodical possesses to the same extwice a-month. In the Canton of Berne, for instance, which is tent.-We commence the second volume next Saturday with a one of the most extensive and best inhabited, there is, only one new font of types; and, cncouraged by the very great success insignificant newspaper published; in the Canton de Vaud three, which has hitherto attended our labours, we are determined to and ore at Geneva. But all of them are subjected to the most spare no expense or exertion to render it still superior to its pre. rigid censure, especially with regard to foreigu news of every de decessor. It may be considered as some earnest of our intentions scription.

when we state, that we have already in our possession, for the

next and succeeding numbers, communications from J. H. Wir Tuom's STATDES.–These pieces of art have met with much at

FEN, the author of “ Aonian Hours," and the translator of Tastention in London. Since they arrived there, which was on

so's “ Jerusalem Delivered,"-ALARIC A. WATTS,-Tas Er. the 230 of April, they have been visited by upwards of ten thou

TRICK SHEPHERD,–WILLIAM TENNANT,-DR GILLESPIE,sand persons. The Londoners, however, have been sadly puzzled De MOREHEAD,John MALCOLM, DERWENT Conway, and to find out what was meant by Souter Johnny., Tam O'Shanter

marry others whose names and contributions will speedily speak they could understand to be the name of a person; but Souter

for themselves. We contemplate also many other articles upon was to them worse than High Dutch. In the advertisements,

new and original subjects, our earnest desire being to make every therefore, which are now inserted in the newspapers, we find a

Number of the Journal as varied and spirited as possible, which note at Souter, explaining that, being interpreted, it means

the great extension of our resources will not render a difficult “ Cobbler." We are informed that, in the best circles east of

task. Temple Bar, our old friends are now known by the names of

A few copies of our First - Volume will be found on sale at our " Thomas O'Shanter and Cobbler John."

Publisher's here and in other principal towns, but as the nurELDERS OF THE KIRK. We have read a pamphlet which has ber is limited, early application will be necessary. just been published, addressed to the Elders of the Church of

Scotland, by a Country Elder, in which he calls upon them to The Binder should be instructed to place the pages of adveragitate for the restoration of privileges, of which, he maintains, tisements at the end of the volume, so as to form an Appendix. they have been unjustly deprived,-a right to preach and baptise. The pamphlet is not ill written ; but we suspect its object is far

TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. from being judicious. PHRENOLOGY,-Mr Combe has published a small pamphlet in

WE bave fallen slightly in arrears with one or two new works, reply to Mr Stone's recent attack on Phrenology, which our

which, however, we have reserved intentionally for the comreaders will recollect we noticed at some length. Mr Combe has mencement of our second volume ; and in future, we venture to failed in his attempt to get the better of Mr Stone's arguments, or say, our readers will find us still earlier than usual in our notices rather of his facts. A rejoinder from Mr Stone is to be published, of new publications. we believe this day; and it will certainly not be a difficult task To Alaric A. Watts, Esq. we beg to return our very best thanks. for him to put Mr Combe in even a more awkward light than be- Mr D. Moore's poem will appear, if possible, in our next; as fore. Mr Combe has, in the first place, passed over, sub silentio, also the sonnet by Thomas Brydson; and the excellent article on some of Mr Stone's strongest statements, and consequently admits the Toils and Pains of Authorship. that they are unanswerable ; in the second place, he has fallen We mentioned in our last that James Montgomery was a "Quainto a mistake, worthy only of a schoolboy, by confounding the ker;" we ought to have said a Moravian. measurements of proportion with those of absolute size; and, in " Felix” is inadmissible. The “ sonnet" by “N.C." of Glasthe third place, the manner in which Mr Combe affects to talk of

gow, is very tolerable as poetry goes; and the " Bird Song" is by public opinion, as conveyed through the medium of the periodi- no means “odiously bad."

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