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Me-Not" will be published, Autobiogra- Say; and the second, intended as a comphical Memoirs of Ferdinand Franck, the panion, a scene in Twelfth Night, from early part of which originally appeared a picture by the same artist, exhibited at in that annual Miscellany.
the Royal Academy, to be engraved in Mr. E. H. Barker, who long enjoyed mezzotinto by Mr. T. Lupton. the intimacy of the late Dr. Parr, is em- In a few days will be published, in ployed on a biography of that eminent royal 18mo. The Elegant Leller-Writer, scholar,
or Selection of Letters on the most faA Hebrew tale, entitled Sephora, de- miliar, interesting, and instructive subscriptive of Palestine, and of the man- Ijects which English literature affords, ners and customs of the ancient Israelites, #to serve as models upon which the rising will shortly appear in two post 8vo. vols. generation may form ideas of style and
Dr. Kitchiner is preparing for publi manner. cation, A Treatise on Telescopes, and the Mr. Curtis will commence his next second part of his Economy of the Eyes, Course of Lectures on the Anatomy, being the result of thirty years' experi- Physiology, and Pathology of the Ear; ments.
and the Medical Treatment of the Deaf A third series of Sayings and Doings and Dumb, early in October. . is said to be in preparation.
# The Burmese Imperial State Carriage, The Memoirs and Currespondence of which was captured at an early period of Paul Jones, from original documents in the present sanguinary Indian war, has the possession of Mr. J. H. Sherburne, just reached this country, and is now registrar of the United States navy, are preparing for a public exhibition at the in the press.
Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly. It is without · Mr. Hartshorne, of St. John's Col. exception one of the most splendid works lege, Cambridge, is engaged in a collec- of art that has ever been produced, pretion of unpublished Metrical Romances, senting an entire blaze of gold, silver, and other pieces of our early poetry; with and precious stones. Of the latter, the introduetions, notes, glossary, &c. number must amount to many thousands,
The four volumes of Sernions by the comprehending diamonds, rubies, saplate Dr. Doddridge, the publication of phires white and blue, emeralds, amewhich was directed in his will, and which thysts, garnets, topazes, cats'-eyes, cryshave hitherto remained in the custody of tals, &c. &c. The carving is of a very supehis family, will shortly appear.
rior description ; the form and construcMr. Vincent Novello has obtained per- tion of the vehicle extraordinary; and mission from the University of Cam- the general taste displayed throughout bridge, to examine the old and valuable the whole design is at once so grand and Musical Manuscripts in the Fitzwilliam imposing, yet at the same time so chaste Museum, and to select for publication and refined, as to defy all rivalry even such compositions as he may consider from European workmanship. The warmost curious and beautiful. All the like power and resources of this surprisgreat names in the old school of music ing people are at present exciting univerare to be found in this collection. .. sal astonishment and attention: this new
Proposals are circulated for publish- object attests the fact, that, for taste in ing by subscription two prints, 18 inches design and skill in the execution of works by 14: one of Othello relating the His- l of art, their talents have been no less tory of his Life to Brabuntio and Desde- | hidden and unknown to us. The carriage mona, from a picture by Fradelle, lately stands between twenty and thirty feet in exhibited at the British Gallery, to be height, and is drawn by elephants. engraved in mezzotinto by Mr. William
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ARTS, LITERATURE, FASHIONS,
PAGR 1. View of SroXEHAM-PARK, THE SEAT or Joux FLENINO, Esq. M.P. 249 2. - The Grange, Tuz Skat of ALEXANDER BARING, Esq. M. P. 250 3. LADIES' GARDEN COSTUME . . .
. . . . . 305 4. Ladies' EVENING DRESS . . 5. EPISCOPAL CHAIR-DRAWING-Room Chair--TABLE FOR À BOUDOIR . 307 6. Muslix PATTERNS.
Meves' Divertimento from the March VIEWS OF COUNTRY SEATS.-Stoneham
and Airs in Rossini's Opera of “ SePark, the Seat of Joun FLEMING, Esq.
: ::.: 302 M. P. . . . . . . . . . .
Poole's “ My lodging is on the cold The Grange, near Alresford, Hampshire,
ground” . . . . . . . . . . . 16. the Seat of ALEXANDER BARING, Esq.
BAYIster's Selection of Melodies from M. P.
Weber's “ Der Freyschütz" . .. ib. . . . . . . . . . . . 2
VOCAL Music. ndeville · · · · · · ... 251 ANECDOTES OF CONTEMPORARY GENTOS.
Monro's “I left the bowl for Ellen's cye" 303 No. 11.-_John Hogar, a Self-taught
Ball's “ Where thy native streams mc. Sculptor, of Cork, in Ireland (conclude
ander" . . . . . . . . . . .
" Now while eve's soft shadows ed) . . . . . . . . . . . . The Fastidious Lover . . .. 263
blending" . . . . . . . . . .
WHITAKER'S “ Come to the dale” . CAMORIAN SketchES. No. I -The Spec
. tre of Pont Vathew
MORRIS's Anthem, “ The God of glory
. . . Irish Chivalry
. . .
. . . . . . . . . 274 The Heroic Mother
. . . 275
Cutler's " Cbarity” . . . . .
ib. . . . On the Writinys of Henry MACKENZIE . 276 The Loiterer. No. XVII. . . . . . 281 Londox FASHIONS. - Ladies' Garden The Confessions of a Rambler. No. XX. 283 Costume . . . . . . . . . . Tur LITERARY COTERIE. No. IX. -York Ladies' Evening Dress .. . . . ib. Musical Festival-Mills's History of General Observations on Fashion and Chivalry . . . . . . . . . . 287
Dress The Coufessions of my Uncle. No, IV. 294 FasinioNABLE FURNITURE. – Episcopal MUSICAL REVIEW,
for a Boudoir . . . . . . . . 307 Cramer's Diversions ....... 298
LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC , 308 - Introduction and Rondo. ib
POETRY. BRUGUIER's Preparatory Excrcises. . 301 Obstipus : An Egotistical Poem. Part VI. 309 Jousse's Musical Grammar . . . . ib. Beauty . . .:: :.::.:.:.:
ARRANGEMENTS AND VARIATIONS. Epitaph, from the English BuryingLATOUR's Airs in Meyerbeer's Opera of
Ground at Bordeaux . . . . . . " N Crociato in Egitto" . .. 302 || Lines written on a blank Leaf of the BRUGUIER'S " Fleurs d'Italie" . ... ib l “ Forget Me Not". .. ib.
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