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answer, saying, “ English love for make laugh fine country for all that. Brave men_beau- envied, and consequently abused, neighbours —so he may, if he please, laugh for little while tiful women ; only man with pen, call him the French. Till then we must be content at Foolee Fum Foola, whilst Foolee Fum go Malthus, say make children too much. Ireland with original harlequinades. There, at least, abroad for make laugh at Paris.”

plenty of corn, thousand of cattels, millions of we have the whip-hand of the Parisians; and Diary. - Go to bed at Hummum, Common pig-send him all away for mother country, thus we naturally slide into the consideration Garden ; weather all snow, very cold. Keep eat potato at home. Sometime call English of those of the present season. The rival maawake all night; tell me drunken gentleman every man his tyrant. Knock every Irishman, gicians, Farley and Barrymore, have wrought fall up stair to bed, tumble down stair again his brother, on the head. Believe all Irish their most powerful spells, and raised the ghost into hot bath. Tell me Common Garden best sometime little mad !

of departed pantomime (for it died with Griplace alway for teach finish gentleman how Irish nobleman very noble-man; tall, fine maldi's retirement), more “in its habit as it for make royal dead drunk. Not catch wink person, scornful mouth, very grand nose. Soon lived,” this year, than upon any occasion since for sleep till watchman bawl past five. Wake put him in great passion. Great orator, talk that lamented circumstance. Jack in the Bor, again at six, tinkling so many loud bell out of him pompous of Ireland. Fond of duel, fight at Drury Lane, promises to fill every box in the door. Inquire what for make such noise one with sword, fight with pistol, any man hold up house for many nights to come by the attrachour afore day-light ? Tell me for answer, little finger against him country. All talk tions of its splendid scenery and ingenious coach-maker, cabinet-maker, trunk-maker, and amor patriæ. All quit him own dear country mechanism: and Cock Robin, though infe'tother maker, ring bell call men to work. too much, for all that; leave it for take care rior to its rival in dioramic display, is likely Never nobody of all peoples work so long, of itself. Great landlord sometime never see to pick up the crumbs which are so liberally never no peoples work so fast. How will him land ! Great landlord sometime never see scattered at this holyday time by the misses and make for much laugh when I return to Can- him tenant! Only Irish great lord live so easy. masters of every age, and the most merry and ton, tell honoured father Fum all complaint in Receive twenty thousand pounds of a year. social of winter visiters. The Star of Venus, England nothing at all for do! Every body All sent to him! Great Irish lord not obliged the Moving Palm-tree Grove, and the Vil. look glum—very long face. All say business to thank nobody!

lage of Robin's Nest on a frosty morning, are stagnate. Nothing buy — nothing sell. No

splendid exceptions to the general failure of the order-no customer. Yet ten thousand ma.

scenery this year at Covent Garden, which has chine work all night, and every body else


the appearance of having been hastily and work all day, as if nobody can wait !

We must really beg pardon of Mr. Lister for carelessly painted. St. James's Park and the Go to see new building every where. London omitting last week from our list of original New Palace, the two views of Covent Garden great deal much more large as Pekin. Not pieces produced this season his tragedy of Market and Westminster Abbey, from the big enough though—not half finish yet. Make Epicharis, particularly, as it is, or was, by far Boat-house at Lambeth, are, for instance, quite create quick new street, good many miles at a

the most creditable of the number. Six origi- unworthy of the old reputation of this theatre ; time.

nal dramas have, therefore, been produced at and Mr. Roberts having chosen a bad subject Walk out afore quite light. Count dozen the two royal theatres in the short space of for his diorama, has not made up in execution men all on one ladder. call him bricklayer's three months. Four of them, it is worthy of what it wants’in interest. We have a boat labourer. One carry hod for mortar, 'tother remark, have been maiden efforts in original too, in the front waters, drifting one way, carry hod for brick. Bricklayer, carpenter,

dramatic composition; and, with one exception, while the man in her is pulling the other : an mason,

up a top scaffold call out wicked oath (the Greek Family,) all have exhibited some artist of Mr. Roberts's eminence must expect in mouth, lazy Paddy! for make hod-mans gleams of talent. Yet they have been con- us to notice things which, in a mere dauber, more quick climb up and down ten story lad-demned or neglected; the most successful played would be passed over as 'a matter of course

. der high as pagoda.

a dozen nights, or so, to nearly empty benches ; We turn to the more grateful task of praising Poor labourer get ten shilling week keep and yet men of education and genius are ex. the comic business of the pantomime, at which sober-take money back for Ireland. All up a- pected to quit the profitable pursuits of novel or we shook our sides in the good old fashion of top of scaffold get thirty-five shilling, get him- magazine writing, to hazard their reputations Christmases long past ! The death and burial self drunk, master carpenter, so master brick- upon the stage, where the accident of a moment of Cock Robin, if we dare include such subjects layer, so master mason, so master every body may wreck the labour of a year --- where no in the comic business, are convulsive in their else. All up a-top very bad man, play three genius, however magnificent, can insure suc- effects. Parson Rook and Chief-mourner Dore day of the week, besides Sunday. Put wife cess – where failure is not mourned as defeat, defy all description ; and the Bull, to make one and children in work-house, cause do no work but branded as infamous and where the victor, of our own, is a bird of the same feather - no himself

. English mechanic, English artisan, however triumphant, reaps at best a meagre offence to the Fly with her little eye” and English journeyman manufacturer, very co temporary reward, and becomes instantly, the patent telescope. “ The Fish with his little mical chap; most idle, when for most to do; prey of the most impudent and unprincipled dish,” &c. &c. &c. Paulo is the best clown, by most industrious when for nothing to do? piracy. Ridiculous! What, let us ask, would

many degrees, now on the stage. he possesses Very fond for get him drunk; then great as

the author of another School for Scandal make great humour, and reminds us more of " old lord; beat him wife, sometime starve him child. by his comedy now-a-days, granted it should Joe” than any of his successors, ren-never do wrong himself - lay fault on

succeed ? (for accident might jeopardy the suc- not excepted. The spider scene, the picture King George and Duke of Waterloo !

cess of even such a play: the Rivals was nearly gallery, and the shower of cats, dogs, and pitch. Irish, too, very strange people. Good heart damned the first night

through an inefficient Sir forks with the points downwards, are all capievery body say—not brag so much for good Lucius. At the utmost, according to the tal. The blowing Paulo off a porter's bench head. Too much idle in him own native soil bond,” from five to six hundred pounds! say a into the sign of the Spread Eagle, is very clework hard enough in mother country. Come thousand. Why, a man must write as good a verly managed ; and when a few immaterial to England, all find employ. Irishman great play, and as fortunate a play, every year at tricks are omitted (as we suppose they are by patriot. Beat one another for all that! Not least, if he would live by his pen ! But,” this time), Harlequin and Cock Robin will be like Chinese, love and help one another ! Not say the critics,“ we don't care how he lives, one of the pleasantest pantomimes going. Of like Scotchman, come to Canton, all much provided we have a good comedy. " Then,” the fun in Jack in the Box we cannot say make good for one another!

says the author, “gentlemen, 'tis better you much, finding “ a screw loose" in the giant's Sunday morning. Go early to walk in should want than 1;" and so saying, he draws castle; and the race for an apple between Marrow-bone field, (call him so, believe, cause

a check upon Colburn for double the sum, for Grimaldi and Wieland, the latter of whom enbreak man's bones there). Bebold hundred Irish half the labour, one hundreth part the anxiety, acts a blubbering school-boy to the life, are the from province, call him Tipper-rare-y man ; and none of the risk.

best points in the comic way. A mirror dance behold 'tother hundred from province, call him

The money's in his purse

by Howel and Chickini, Miss Ryals and Miss

After his book is published, he sleeps well: Go-naughty man-no quarrel afore. Fall on

Critics may do their worst; nor hiss, nor groan,

Macdonald, is very elegantly and ingeniously with short stick, call him shillaly, fight like Malice domestic, foreign levy, nothing

managed. Mynheer Von Kleshnig's Musha pug devil, fracture one another of the skull, and

Can touch him further!

is contortion personified; and a Miss Poole, an leave for dead, only because Irish compatriot, Again and again we repeat, make the theatre infant whom we remember elsewhere, sings too much fond feeling, when meet in mother the road to fortune as well as fame ; extend with much grace and intelligence as a dandy country-call him-fighting for love !!! to dramatic property the safe-guard of the law; and a broom-girl. But the great attraction of

Nota Bene.-Tipper-rare-y man swear every balance the precariousness of popular favour by this pantomime will be its scenery, which sur. Go-naughty man, woman, and child, born thier. the weight of pecuniary reward; and we shall passes any thing we remember to have seen Go-naughty man swear every Tipper -rare-y find talent enough to struggle for, if not to from the pencil of Stanfield, much as he has man, woman, and child, born liar.-Ireland very I carry off, the palm of dramatic writing from our often delighted us. Nothing that we could say

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Fould give our readers an adequate idea of it be used in medicine. It has a very strong struggles of life, among which criticism is not ve, therefore, trust they will go and judge for sudorific action; and, indeed, in the old works one of the least laborious and responsible. themselves. The last scene, the Falls of the on medicine and pharmacy, box-wood is classed But at length the secret will out. No Virginia Water, reflects great credit on its in- among the sudorifics.

a ventor (we believe Mr. Beazely). It is the bitter taste. At the Philomathic

Society, where sooner had our young Mistress completed her only instance we remember of real water being this communication was made, M. Dupetit first Teen (she was Thirteen last Saturday !) introduced effectively upon the stage. Thouars remarked that buccine might probably than she took it into her head that she ought

be advantageously used in the manufacture of to form a union with some proper match ;

“ for,” said he, “ there is more box-wood and as none of her own country had lived to VARIETIES.

than hops employed in making almost all the be old enough, she, like a sovereign Literary Elections.MM. Etienne and Arnault, who beer brewed in Paris." Fere, in consequence of political opinions, ex.

Princess as she is, despatched her ambassadors daded from the French Academy, have been LITERARY NOVELTIES.

abroad to fulfil this momentous commission. restored to their seats, amid the acclamations

What success has attended them will be known & a crowded assembly. M. Heim has been (Literary Gazette Weekly Advertisement, No. 1. Jan. 2d, 1830.]*

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Political Fragments, 12ino. 58. bds.-M.Kenzie's Manual Captain Beaulieu, a French officer in the of the Weather, 12mo. 38. bds.—Memoirs of Paul Jones, still continue to take a warm interest in the service of the Pasha of Egypt, sent off, some

fate of their pupil; and, it is hoped, that their time since, for one of his friends in France, a * We shall in future also advertise the announcements constant correspondence, combined with his election of antiquities and curiosities, among literature,

and in compliance with the directions of the own acknowledged talents, will put it in his which were some crocodile's eggs. During the Stamp Office. passage or the quarantine, these eggs hatched;

power to keep up such an intercourse with and when the case was opened at the Custom. METEOROLOGICAL JOURNAL, 1829. other nations as will tend materially to en. house, three small crocodiles ran out. On

lighten his adopted country. the way they had devoured several rolls of Thursday.. 17

We have only to add, that whoever may papyrus, and the bandages and mummy of an Saturday

29.73 Stationary desire to send in their compliments or adheibis, of which nothing remained but the claws Sunday.... 20 ad some of the feathers. Great care is taken Monday

sions to his Excellency, they will be presented of these animals, which, it is hoped, will arrive Wednesday 23

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29.71 2 Paris alive.-Paris Paper.

Wind variable, prevailing N. and N.E.

where her Royal Highness will also be very Progress of Arts. At the last sitting of the Except the 18th, generally cloudy and frosty, and fre- happy to obtain any further proofs of the attach

quently snowing. Sciety for the Encouragement of National

ment of her grateful people. Ir dastry at Paris, a prize of 1,000 francs was

Given under our hand at 12 o'Clock, P.M., being at swarded to a Mr. Coffin, of New York, for a


once the last day of the year 1829, and the first day sachine to remove fur from skins employed in

of Thoughts suggested by the Past Year, we are only of the year 1830. king hats : by this machine, four workmen induced to preserve the following portion :

Signed in every Language by every Letter ze able in four hours to do the work of

Slowly, in prospect, we advance on time
As we from infancy to manhood climb;

in their various Alphabets. trenty-five according to the old process. A And old age seems so distant it appears

Countersigned “ All in English." aze of 2,000 francs was awarded to Messrs. Ages instead of what it is—but years.

But take a retrospect, and but a dream Grenet and Gompertz for an improved method

Upon the memory the past will seem.

N.B. The Foreign Literary Gazette has e making glue. "A gold medal of 500 francs ERRATA in the Pharaohs.--No. 674, p. 827, note 3, for been suggested to the Proprietors of the Literary

M. Delapierre, for an improvement in the line orien reademamosis mar 0:676. page 845, col. 3: Gazette by the vast quantity of instructive, insarafacture of paper with silk. The prize of for Lusian” read “ Persian;"—line 48, for' " Casseri" | teresting, and amusing matter which was con3.000 francs offered by the Society for the read "Cosseir.” best process of making paper with the bark of

tinually pouring in upon them from the Con. tre mulberry-tree, has been increased to 5,700 THE LITERARY GAZETTE IN HER tinent, and for the publication of which the frases, to be awarded in 1830; and two prizes


pressing and superabundant claims of English of 12.000 francs are proposed, one for the

best we were certainly of opinion that there was literature left very inadequate space. The inmeans of securing safety in explosions of steameczines, and the other for a steam-engine

a good deal of precocity about the Literary tention of their new undertaking is, in few be which shall be less liable to explosion Gazette ; but we had never made up our minds words, to render the same services to foreign than those now in use. (From these hints we as to her sex, in a grammatical point of view, letters, sciences, and arts, which the Literary may learn something at home, and apply our until the present moment. Like the Siamese Gazette renders to those at home. It ought to posters and skill accordingly.)

elephant at the Adelphi (where, by right of be observed, that these Journals will be entirely Durgery of a New Principle in Box-wood.Aa acohecary or Bourdeaux announced to the name, the Siamese twins should also be), we distinct from each other, and directed to quite Pharmaceutical Society at its last sitting, that spoke of her as “it ;” ungallantly supposing different objects, though printed by the same he had discovered in the wood, and particularly that if we disclosed the feminine gender, some neat and accurate Printer, and published at the n the bark, of the box-tree, an alkaline prin- folks might fancy a want of learning, a feeble- same Office. No alterations whatever will take sizle, to which he gives the name of buecine. ness of understanding, and, in short, all those place in the London Literary Gaxette, except obtain in powder, saturates acids, and amiable traits of character which render the such improvements as an extension of his comkoos with them uncrystallisable salts. This weaker portion of creation, however dear and munications puts in the power of its Editor. ter principle extracted from box.wood may loveable, unfit for the rougher' toils andl LITERARY GAZETTE Office, Jan. 1, 1830.


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