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are fresh and pure, but insipid; we must allow his widow and orphans of poor Mr. Willman, with good | Archimedes, to enable them to decide upon the most composition is grotesque, his outline uncouth, and his success. In the evening, was the last meeting of approved arrangements of machinery, &c. The workmanship, though elaborate, without art enough the Societa Armonica. On Tuesday morning, an- Mammoth, we hear, is to be put into the trade to conceal its artfulness. But he is, in one word, other eleemosynary performance, for the family of between Bristol and New York, and the proprietors original, original as a colourist, a composer, a Mr. Godbé ; and a concert, given by Miss Adelaide confidently expect that she will perform her voyages draughtsman, a workman. His countrymen do not Kemble, in a private house. Entertainments thus considerably under the average time required by know what to make of him, nor where to look for the arranged have always so much more of a social than steam-ships at present. The machinery will be source of his originality. At a guess, perhaps this a public character, that to report upon them is the much the same in principle as that which is used in source may have been in Sclavonia ; his works have next thing to reviewing the table-talk of one of Mr. steam-vessels with paddle-wheels, but the weight of an European-orientalism about them.- Another R. -'s breakfasts, or Mr. B-'s conversazioni. it will be much lower down in the vessel. The posmall portrait ascribed to him, No. 2, 'The Elector,' Yet as the advanced state of the season makes it sition of the propeller being considerably under the we have seen so many duplicates of_multiplicates probable that Miss Kemble will not again be heard in water line, and in the dead wood of the vessel, it rather that they might be taken for impressions public this year, we must take the opportunity thus will be thus much less exposed to injury from gun worked off by a printing-machine, not painted repe- casually presented to us, to speak of her as a singer-shot, floating timber, ice, and other casualties, than titions.
and the more eagerly, because, if we mistake not, she the paddle-wheels, which, in the recent instance of No. 8. • An Equestrian Portrait,' by Vandyck. Its will one day occupy a place never before occupied by the British Queen, were so much damaged. But the colouring sunk and fled, but not the spirit of its com- English cantatrice. Her voice is a soprano, of sufficient great advantage which a sea-going steamer, fitted up position. You almost think the figure will leap down extent, reaching to and resting upon the c sharp above on the propeller principle, will possess over those from its high station on the wall and ride over and the line, with the firmness and certainty of Grisi in with paddle-wheels, will consist in her superior facitrample you. Here is a lesson for our brass-casters her best days. Neither power nor flexibility are lity of steering, and safety in lying-to in heavy wea. of kings on horseback!
wanting; and the capability of passionate expression, ther, because, owing to the current of water thrown No. 11. “The Flight into Egypt,' by Albert Durer. | which we found in three years ago, has since then immediately aft by the propeller, the ship will be Evidently Durer's composition, with his peculiar been thoroughly developed. In short, it is a voice kept perfectly steady by the action of the helm in style of crinkle-crankle in the draperies: parts well for a large stage, and the highest order of parts. Miss any position, thereby preventing her from falling off coloured, as St. Joseph, and altogether a good little Kemble's style, too, is fitted for the latter; as she into the trough of the sea. Another important adwork. There is not the well-known monogram, A proved on Tuesday in the entrata from •Norma,' a vantage in the propeller is, that a ship can be fitted and D interwoven, on it; neither can we detect grand duet from .Bianca e Faliero,' with Madame with it, and built at the same time, in every respect, Durer's sign-manual in the much more convincing Viardot, and the grand duet from 'Semiramide,' on the most approved model of a sailing vessel, while traits of exquisite draughtsmanship; but it is certain with Mr. Balfe_which were sung with a breadth the connexion with the propeller, in a fair wind, can he engraved a fac-simile of this subject, whether from of declamation and a composure of time, a finish be taken off in the space of a minute, and the ship this picture, may be thought doubtful.
of ornament and an enthusiasm of manner, recalling can then proceed on her voyage under canvas, by No. 12. • Study for one of the heads in the Cupola to us Pasta, not by the slightest imitation, but by which a great saving of fuel may be effected. The of Parma,' by Correggio. A grisaille on paper. Cor- their largeness and dignity. Dessauer's pretty bolero weight of the propeller is only about one-twentieth reggio, it is asserted, never went to the classic capital 'Ouvrez' was a slighter performance, thrown off with part in proportion to the paddle-wheels and appurof Italy: here, however, we have Jove's own portrait taste and elegance, but still dramatically executed. tenances ; and, instead of acting as an immense lever little altered from the Greek model. But Cuvier Lastly, in Schubert's • Erlkönig,' we had descriptive above the deck, is placed immediately above the could make out the forms of an extinct monster by and passionate declamation carried to the highest keel, and actually assists as ballast. From the simlooking at one of its toe-joints and grinders; where point. Briefly, it is our judgment, that for music of the plicity and compactness of the propeller, any number fore not Correggio likewise make out the character noblest kind, whether on the stage or in the church, of spare ones may be kept on board for use in case of Jove's face by contemplating some partial ele- we have at last an artiste who may rank, without of accident. Her Majesty's government have given ments of it seen in copies or sketches ? Here, at all the slightest national partiality, with the great immediate instructions for building a war steamer, to events, is the king of the gods, almost as grand as in singers of other countries. That this artiste should be fitted with the propeller, of the same dimensions the Grecian marble. We dare say he was made, be the niece of our Tragic Muse is one of those and on the same lines as the Polyphemus steamer, like the brazen Jove of St. Peter's, to do service as happy accidents which are rather to be wished for which has just sailed for the Mediterranean. The a Saint, on the principle of the greater heathen the than expected. The little that Miss Kemble has power of the war-ship to be built on the propeller better christian.
yet to do for herself will be done, we are sure, if we principle will be precisely the same as the PolypheNo. 24. "Coronation of the Virgin,' by Andrea are to judge from the remarkable progress made by her mus, so that a correct comparison will be ascertained Sacchi. A respectable specimen of a respectable during her absence from England.
of the merits of both plans. --- Morning Chronicle. painter. We seldom meet anything so large and so To talk of dramatic singing brings us naturally to Gold Dust and Diamonds.--I visited the Heera good in these countries with his name.
the last new opera, the ‘Roberto Devereux' of Don- Khoond, and saw the process of washing for gold No. 32. The Last Supper,' by Andrea del Sarto. nizetti, which was repeated on Tuesday evening. dust and diamonds. A set of fishermen have villages A sketch almost effaced, leaving a stripe or two of Of this we know not how better to give a character free from rent; on this service, men, women, and sweet colour, just enough to make us cry out upon than by altering a couplet from Crabbe's inimitable children are employed. The women alone wash, the Time for his scurvy pretence of conservatism. *Preceptor Husband,
men and children bring the gravel and sand in No. 87. 'St. Christopher,' by Annibale Carracoi. But the bad music is the love between
wooden trays, and place it in the trough, which is This saint's name the reader may perceive is a holy The brave Lord Essex and the cruel Queen!
open at one end, with a gentle inclination towards pun-Christo.fer, i. e. Christ-bearer, according to As to the absurdities and anachronisms of the libretto, the river, on the edge of which the women sit. With which painters represent him with a little boy upon his in which the Earl and Countess of Nottingham (Tam- their left hands they stir up the gravel, and with shoulders. We have here the coarsest possible deli- burini and Malle. Granchi) take part in the offence the right pour water out of a wooden basket-looking neation of this coarse subject-coarseness almost of Essex (Rubini) against implacable Queen Elizabeth bucket gently over the upper end; it runs out into impious, in the conception, the outline, the colour- (Grisi), they are past counting up or quarrelling with the river, the larger pebbles and gravel are thrown ing, the very workmanship itself. Such a picture For good music we did not look; and, therefore, are over, and the finer sand, on the trough being full, was not fit to stand as altarpiece before a congrega- not dismayed by its absence. Grisi's costumes were re-washed until little remains, when it is removed tion of hodmen. The highest name among the Car- most unbecoming: Rubini's soprano G in falsetto into the wooden trays, and by dipping them under racci belongs to him who was alone of the three threw the house into ecstasies, in which we cannot water, and shaking them about, the gravel gradually essentially low-minded, for Lodovico has always share; and these, after only a twelve hours' pause, falls over, leaving only gold dust. They detect rather a gentlemanlike taste, and Agostino never a are all the features we can enumerate in this new the diamonds at a glance, as they wash. One I saw vulgar: Annibale, though he sometimes rose above confection, calling itself a tragic drama. When it about the size of a large grain of wheat, clear and them, as at the Farnese palace, sinks ever and anon was over, Taglioni appeared in · La Gitana. She bright; but these are not to be purchased, as they into the very mire of his art, as if it were his proper has contrived, somehow or other, to lay aside the ap- are the Raja's property. The gold they are allowed level and element. Indeed, to render this subject pearance of haggardness and fatigue, which distressed to dispose of ; which they do at 12 or 15 rupees per of St. Christopher not offensive or ludicrous, or us last year; and to come back so triumphant in all tola. The veins are, I am convinced, some distance both together, requires the intellectual sanctity, the her airy graces, that the rivalry of any danseuse, off, as the grains of gold appear flattened by collision, earnest, grave simplicity, that characterize a primitive past, present, or to come, is not, for the moment, to in rolling among pebbles.- The Heera Khoond is an painter like Memling, besides his sweet, pure colour- be thought of.
island, about a coss long, and one or two hundred ing, and delicate workmanship. There is a St. Chris
yards wide, in the Mahanuddy, seven miles, seven and topher by this artist at Munich, very different from
a half furlongs from the eastern end of Sumbulpoor. the ruffian production before us.
The Heera Khoond is that part of the river, which The Archimedes.- We understand that the Archi- runs south of the islands. The diamonds and gold MUSIC AND THE DRAMA medes steamer has been chartered by the Great Western dust are said to be washed down the Ebee river,
Steam Company, to enable them to make a series of about four miles above the Heera Khoond; but as MUSIC OF THE WEEK.-It might have been ex- experiments on the different modes of "gearing ;' both are procurable as far as Soonpoor, I am inclined pected that our report under this head would be that is, the best mode of communicating the power to think there may be veins of gold along the Maconfined to the Blue or Pink marches, to and from of the engine to the screw. The Great Western hanuddy. It would however, I think, be very desirable the polling-booth, which, from one end of England Steam Company determined some time ago to fit to have this part of the country properly examined, to the other, have been exciting Whigs, Tories, and out the Mammoth, an iron ship, of 3,200 tons, and which it never was yet.—The season for washing is Radicals to a frenzy of enthusiasm. But, in London, upwards of 1,000 horse power, with the screw pro- after the river subsides, on the rains ceasing ; but at least, we have had other strains. On Monday a peller ; and being now plated up,' and her engines they occasionally continue until the rains again incharitable concert was given, for the benefit of the in a forward state, the directors have chartered the terrupt their labours.Major Ouseley, J.A.S., Bengal,
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