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51 W. of Greenwich.

represent the grandeur of nature, the stage ne- | difficult to conceive a power more extensive, 58. bds.- Dibdin's Sunday Library, Vol. I. fcp. 5s. bds.-
cessarily falls infinitely short of its object; it and at the same time more liable to abuse, Strangway's Messiah, a poem, 8vo. 105. bd. bds. .- Mil-
can only do so in diminutive and in deprecia- than may eventually be monopolised by such a lingen's Memoirs of the Affairs of Greece, 8vo. 108. 6d.
tion; while over human folly it possesses a society.

hds.- Major Leith Hay's Narrative of the Peninsular

War, 2 vols. 12mo. Il. ls. bds.--Thomas's Serious Poems,
magnifying power, and, by exaggerating, ren. Unicorns. - An Italian gentleman, named 12mo. 68. bds. – Valpy's Classical Library, No. Xlll.
ders it the more palpable for censure or for Barthema, said to be entitled to implicit credit, 19. 61. bds.-Hughes Divines, No. VIII. 25. fd. bes.-
laughter. We cannot, then, without reluc- who has just returned from Africa, states, thers and Daughters, 3 vols. post 8vo. 11. 118. (ind. bds.
tance, give up our laugh at this season, which that he saw two unicorns at Mecca, which had Turf, 2 vols. fcp. 168. bds.—Journal of a Nobleman at
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2 vols. post 8vo. 11. 18. bds.-Moore's Life of Lord Byron,
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Vol. II. 4to. 21. 28. bds.-Times' Telescope for 1831, 12mo.
they were wont to be the best periodical satires Original Country of the Golden Pheasant.-9. bds.-M.Leod and Dewar's Gaelic Dictionary, 8vo.
on the fashions and fooleries of the day ; whereas Since the time of Buffon, the golden pheasant 13, 1s bds: --Swain's Beauties of the Mind, post avo. tis.
now they are little else than a display of has been supposed to come originally from 12mo. 6s. bas. Parson's Sermons, 8vo. 128. bds.—National

scenery, machinery, decorations, and dresses.” China, but upon what authority is unknown. Library, No. V. 12mo. Gs. bds.
Mother Carey and her Marine Stores, together A passage in Pliny notices this bird by a charac-
with a burlesque upon Black-eyed Susan, com- teristic feature, which has been overlooked by METEOROLOGICAL JOURNAL, 1830.
pose the introduction to the harleqninade; and, naturalists, but which cannot be mistaken. December.

Thermometer. Barometer.

From 36.
truth to confess, the tricks, changes, tum- The golden pheasant has, on each side of the Thursday: 15

bles, &c. &c. &c. are, if any thing, duller than head, beautiful orange-yellow feathers, which Saturday
at Covent Garden. In the dioramic views by curve into a sort of conch, or ear, and are Sunday

Monday.... 20
Stanfield, the Pass of the Simplon, and the susceptible of voluntary motion. The common


Schalbet by moonlight, are probably the highest pheasant does not possess this ornament. Now Wednesday 22
efforts to which scenic painting has hitherto Pliny expressly says: Phasianæ in Colchis Wind variable, prevailing N.W. Except the 16th,
attained, though the picture altogether is de- geminas ex pluma aures submittunt subrigunt- 20th, and 21st, generally overcast; a little rain and snow

at times. Rain fallen, 2 of an inch.
fective in the want of an adequate termination : que.Froin these facts, Dureau de la Malle,
the Lago Maggiore, with the Boromean Islands, in the Annales des Sciences Naturelles, fixes Thursday... 23
though fine, are not a fine finale.

the country of the bird at Colchis or Mingrelia, Friday
whence we have also the common pheasant, Saturday

29.34 Stationary
whose name is derived from Phasis, the prin- Monday

Sunday.... 26

29.16 Stationary
cipal river of Colchis. M. Gamba, French Tuesday
New Moving Power. - M. Zgiersky, of St. consul at Tiflis, is stated to have seen and Wednesday 29

29.61 Stationary
Petersburg, the author of several ingenious chased the golden pheasant in the chain of the

Prevailing winds N.W and E. Except the 23d and
inventions and scientific works, is preparing a Caucasus, where large flocks are found in com-

24th, generally cloudy, with frequent snow and rain.
publication which will shortly appear in Latin, pany with the common pheasant.

Latitude...... 51° 37' 32" N.
in Russ, and in French, and which will un- Gold Mine. The Charlestown Gazette an-

fold some secrets of a nature calculated to be nounces the discovery of a gold-mine in South Aurora Borealis.-On Christmas Day, at half-past
generally useful. This publication will con- Carolina, which is so productive that it employs A., a very remarkable aurora borealis was observed
tain the description of a new system for impel. about five hundred workmen. The metal is tended from north to west through a sky for the most
ling air-balloons against the wind; and of the said to be of singular purity.

part clear, and almost eclipsed by their brilliance the re-
application of the same principle to put in mo-
tion carriages and agricultural instruments, that, in Prussia, there is one soldier in eighty glow arose in the west, like the dull light of some vast

National Armies. — It has been computed splendence of an unclouded and frosty moon. These re-
without the assistance of horses, or other inhabitants ; in Austria, one in a hundred and and distant conflagration; and from this

, as a centre,
draught animals, and without steam-engines. eighteen; in France, one in a hundred and began to diverge "streamers of fantastic form, which

seemed to be composed of bundles of arrowy beams, for
Cholera Morbus.--The Austrian government forty-two; in England, one in two hundred ever shifting like the movements of a mighty loom. At
has sent several physicians into Russia to and twenty-nine; and in Russia, one in fifty- times, these appeared to press forward on the gaze with
study the symptoms of the cholera morbus, and seven.

almost dazzling lustre; and then again they faded, as the

light leapt from cloud to cloud, into a pale saffron efful-
ascertain the nature of that dreadful malady. French Porcelain... From the year 1810 to gence. Once they assumed the likeness of Greek cha-
A similar mission is contemplated by the go- the year 1814, a beautiful piece of porcelain, facters traced out upon the sky. The stars were seen
vernment of France. At a recent meeting called “ The Tablet of the Marshals,” which changes, in awful beauty, for about half an hour, the
of the French Academy, M. Moreau de Jonnes was placed in the museum at Paris, attracted streamers ceased to play, but for some hours afterwards,
read a paper on the subject, and drew from the the attention of all the amateurs of the arts. that quarter of the sky retained a softened light, and the

cloud-like archés were still perceptible.
facts already established the following conclu- The painting upon it was considered to be Keswick, 27th Dec. 1830.
sions :-Ist, That there is reason to hope that Isabey's master-piece. It was a monument to
the cold of winter in the Russian provinces, the glory of the warriors who contributed to TO CORRESPONDENTS.
which are situated between the 45 and 57 the triumphs of the memorable campaign of L.'s lines, though pretty, are inadmissible.
degrees of latitude, will arrest the effects and Vienna. In the midst was Napoleon on the We do not thik the reclamation of Amed Pichot, re-
the propagation of the pestilential cholera ; throne; from which emanated rays, bearing specting the fragment taken from the Mercure de France
2dly, that, nevertheless, numerous and uniform the names of the various battles fought before to make a stir alwut ; though we are decidedly of opinion
examples give reason to fear that it will only the victory of Austerlitz. Between these rays that fair and candid dealing in such matters is not only
be suspended during the winter, and that it were the portraits of twelve of the French the most honest, but also the most beneficial line of
will recommence its ravages in spring; 3dly, marshals. On the restoration of the Bourbons, Messrs. George Barret and John Pye seem to complain
that if, unhappily, such should be the case, this magnificent work was expelled from the with more cause, that a print published in the Amulet
the whole of Europe may be invaded, one part museum. It is now the property of an indi-off for the Anniversary. Not even sieel can do justice to
after another, according to the opinion of Lord (vidual in Paris, who has offered it for sale. artists in this way.
Heytesbury, the English ambassador at Peters-

Mr. Montague Burgoyne's petition to parliament for

enclosing 12,000 acres of Epping Forest, does not fall
burgh ; an opinion confirmed by the consider-
ation that the contagion must acquire new


within the plan of the Literary Gazette. We neverthe-

less heartily wish well to every project for the improve-
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(Literary Gazette Weekly Advertisement, No. I. Jan. 1.] ment of the condition of the poor.

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temperature than that of Russia.

W. J. Thoms, editor of the “Early Prose Romances." writer of a paragraph in the Literary Gazeite of Dec. 1,
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vations on the present defective State of English Tim- declares there is no authority or sanction for such a sup-
a society is at present forming, for the pur. ber, the Causes which retard its Growth, together with position. Non nostrům, &c.
chase of all the brevets d'i rimeur vacant at the Means which ought to be immediately adopted to E. M., who impugns our grammar occasionally “in
Paris and in the departments, in order to re- Description of Property, by P. Lauder, of Cardif. –We the same time, tells us he is "NO grammarian,"

prevent the further premature Decay of this valuable the use of the subjunctive, or future imperfect," and, at
tain for the French people the means of pub- announce with pleasure that the comedy of The Chancery would, we think, be inuch puzzled to adduce examples of
Jishing, by journals, by pamphlets, or other Suit, which entertains us, we know not why, too rarely what he contends for. We cannot, however, enter upon
on the stage, is about to appear in print.

the controversy.
wise, all that may be serviceable to the public

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