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THE

EUROPEAN MAGAZINE,

AND

LONDON REVIEW:

ILLUSTRATIVE OP TAB

LITERATURE,

HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY, POLITICS, ARTS, MANNERS,

AND

Amusements of the Age.

EMBELLISHED WITH PORTRAITS.

VOLUME 83.

(VOL. I .NEW SERIES.)

FROM DECEMBER TO) JULY,

1823.

LONDON:

PUBLISHED FOR THE PROPRIETORS,

BY LUPTON RELFE, 13, CORNHILL;

SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS.

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E8. 1.83-84

LONDON:

PRINTED BY F. WARR, RED LION PASSAGE, HOLBORN.

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Original Essays.

ENGLISH BOOKS.

PADE

MENDIR of Miss F.H. KELLY............

Don Carlos : & Tragedy. By Lord John

Lines to the Memory of Captain Burgess. 8

Russell.

69

Sketeh of the Public Character of Mr.

Sketch of a Plan for suppressing Mendicity 72

O'Connell.....

9

Werner ; a Tragedy. By Lord Byron...... 73

Lines on the venerable Mr. De Luc...... 18

Epistles from Mary QUEEN OF Scots to

ker Uncles. By MBs.OPIE.-No. 1. .. 19 Science and Literature.

Lines addressed to Clara. By Azab .... 23

FOREIGN:-

Sketches of Society in London and Paris .. 24

America - Africa -Asia-

Sketehes of Popular Preachers. The Very

Hayti — Greece -Sweden-Germany,
Res. the DEAN OF ROCAESTER, the

Prussia — Russia—France-Portugal -..

Rer. G. MATAEW, A.M., the Rev. E.

Italy

77

R&PTON, A.M., the Rev, J. A. Bus-

ENGLISH SWorks preparing for Publica-

tion-Works in the Press-New Publi-

FIELD, D.D.....

30

Sketches of France

34

cations

Life in London ; or, Raising the Wind.... 40 List of Patents

81

On the present State of Spain and Portugal 47

Lånes or a Mourning Ring ......

51

The Drama.

Fine Arts.

Italian Opera

32

History of Arehitecture

52

Drury-Lane Theatre

83

Cooke's Exhibition in Soho-Square....... 55

Covent-Garden Theatre

81

Intelligence relative to the Fine Arts, Fo-

POLITICAL DIGEST

reign and Domestic

58

MRX01R OF GOLDONI

61 MONTRLY MEMORANDA,

87

London Kebieb.

Births, Marriages, and Deaths

89

TOREIGN BOOKS

Commercial Report

91

The Struggle between the Greeks and Turks Society for Protection of Trade..

19

considered, relatively to Europe. By List of Bankrupts and Dividends

Professor Joerg ........

65 Meteorological Table

Statistical Account of Prussia.

66 Price of Canal Shares, &c.

95

Juliac Severa ; or the Year 492

67 East India Shipping List, &c.

96

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We are sorry to be obliged to inform our Readers, that, on account of the severity of the cold during the past month, our Engraver has been unable to finish the Engraving of the Sleeping IŅfants, by F, CHANTRY, Esq. in a manner suitable to the delicacy and fine expression of the original. We hope, therefore, qur Readers will have the goodness tó excuse. this unavoidable omission of our FRONTISPIECE; which shall certainly. appear in our next Number.

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OF THE THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT GARDEN.
With a Portrait painted from the Life expressly for this work.

From the retirement of Miss Every art or science has its discreO'Neil the metropolitan stage was pant dogmas, and able advocates to destitute of every actress, who could defend them, however futile; and do honour to the tragic muse, until more knowledge at this premature the début of the sabject of our pre age is to be unlearned, iban can sent memoir. As Miss Kelly's ex- be afterwards acquired in the short traordinary talents will not only space of human existence: for, beepsure to her a splendid portion of fore the regions of philosophy can contemporaneous celebrity, but will be entered, it is necessary to pass transmit her name to posterity the almost invincible barriers of among the brightest ornaments of prejudice and error. the stage, we have selected her, as a besign and guardian herald, to Hic labor, hoc opus est. proclaim the commencement of our periodical labours for the New Year.

But the tragic muse is a far more The stage, apparently, presents a

generous maid than her sisters; very short road to fame and opu- she is less reserved, has neither lence, when it is considered that prudery nor coquetry; and, when an actress, only seventeen years of she bestows her smiles on her most age, can arrive at the bighest pitch favoured worshippers, she requires of theatrical eminence. In all other

less labour and less waste of years professions a similar degree of ex- in sacrifice, than any of her pierian cellence cannot be attained without sisters; her the labour of many years; and a " Bounty is as boundless as the sea," permanent fame is searcely possible to be acquired until approaching her throne is the human beart; and old age has blunted the keeper feel in all the variety of sorrowful and ings of enjoyment, and prompts the tender emotion she delights most melancholy reflection, that all hu- to poor the current of her woes. man fame and consequence are sel- Her treasures are in the deepest dom worth the time and labour con- recesses of feeling; and she prosumed in acquiring them. At the duces them with the unerring hand early age of seventeen, the aspiring of nature. children of genius can in no other The best tragedian has little to profession obtain the universal do with art; for which reason exapplause of their contemporaries. traordinary proficiency may be ab

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