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acceptable to those numerous readers to whom the Wordsworth speaks of
magnificent volumes, published by the Neapolitan « A look or motion of intelligence
government, are inaccessible, has just issued a quarto
volume under the title of Illustrations of Ancient Art, From infant conning of the Christ-cross-row.”
selected from Objects discovered at Pompeii and Hercu
Excurs. viii. p. 305. laneum. The various materials which he has selected These lines suggest the Query, Is this term for from the Museo Borbonico, and other works, and a large the alphabet still in use ? and, if so, in what parts number of his own sketches, have been carefully clasof the country?
EIRIONNACH. sified; and we think few will turn from an examin
ation of the forty-five plates of Mr. Trollope's admirSir Walter Scott, and his Quotations from himself able outlines, without admiring the good taste with (Vol. ix., p. 72.). - I beg to submit to you the which the various subjects have been selected, and following characteristic similarity of expression, acknowledging the light which they throw upon the occurring in one of the poems and one of the social condition, the manners, customs, and domestic novels of Sir Walter Scott. I am not aware life, of the Roman people. whether attention has been drawn to it in the
As the great Duke of Marlborough confessed that letters of Mr. Adolphus and Mr. Heber, as I have he acquired his knowledge of his country's annals in not the work at hand to consult:
the historical plays of Shakspeare, so we believe there
are many who find it convenient and agreeable to “ His grasp, as hard as glove of mail,
study them in Miss Strickland's Lives of the Queens Forced the red blood-drop from the nail." of England. To all such it will be welcome news that
Rokeby, Canto 1. Stan, 15. the first and second volumes of a new and cheaper “ He wrung the Earl's hand with such frantic edition, and which comprise the lives of all our female earnestness, that his grasp forced the blood to start sovereigns, from Matilda of Flanders to the unforunder the nail." - Legend of Montrose.
tunate Anne Boleyn, are now ready; and will be N. L. T. followed month by month by the remaining sis. At
the close of the work, we may take an opportunity of Nightingale and Thorn (Vol. viii., p. 527.). - examining the causes of the great popularity which it Add Young's Night Thoughts, Night First, vers. has attained. 440—445. :
Mr. M. A. Lower has just published a small volume “ Grief's sharpest thorn hard pressing on my breast,
of antiquarian gossip, under the title of Contributions I strive with wakeful melody to cheer
to Literature, Historical, Antiquarian, and Metrical, in The sullen gloom, sweet Philomel ! like thee,
which he discourses pleasantly on Local Nomenclature, And call the stars to listen - every star
the Battle of Hastings, the Iron Works of the SouthIs deaf to mine, enamour'd of thy lay."
East of England, the South Downs, Genealogy, and
H. T. G. many kindred subjects; and tries his hand, by no Hull.
means unsuccessfully, at some metrical versions of old
Sussex legends. Several of the papers have already Female Parish Clerks (Vol. viii., p. 474.). - appeared in print, but they serve to make up a volume Within the last half-century, a Mrs. Sheldon dis
which will give the lover of popular antiquities an charged the duties of this post at the parish church evening's pleasant reading. of Wheatley, five miles from Oxford, and near opportunity which will be afforded them on Wed
We beg to call the attention of our readers to the Cuddesdon, the residence of the Bishop of Oxford. nesday next of hearing Mr. Layard lecture on his This clerkship was previously filled by her hus- recent Discoveries at Nineveh. As they will see by the band; but, upon his demise, she became his advertisement in our present Number, Mr. Layard has successor. It is not a week since that I saw a undertaken to do so for the purpose of contributing to relation who was an eye-witness of this fact. the schools and other parochial charities of the poor
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Books ReceivED. — Mantell's Geological Excursions
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J.R.M., M. A. view, No. VI., containing interesting articles on Dray
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J. H. Parker. 1842.
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