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Thursday.. 23 though fine, are not a fine finale.
the country of the bird at Colchis or Mingrelia, Friday
1 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
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CHARLES H. ADAMS. 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
Longitude. 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 7 generally useful. This publication will con- Carolina, which is so productive that it employs P.M., very remarkable aurora boreális was observed tain the description of a new system for impel. about five hundred workmen. The metal is
from the vicinity of Keswick. Long archies of light ex
tended froin 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 reapplication of the same principle to put in mo- National Armies. — It has been computed splendence of an unclouded and frosty moon. These retion 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
mained for some time stationary; when a sullen ruddy 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 face 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 safl'ron efful. ascertain the nature of that dreadful malady. French Porcelain. From the year 1810 to gence. Once they assumed the likeness of Greek chaA similar mission is contemplated by the go- the year 1814, a beautiful piece of porcelain, racters 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
distinctly through them. After exhibiting these various 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 kosuick, 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
Li'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 think the reclamation of Amed Pichot, rethe propagation of the pestilential cholera ; throne; from which emanated 'rays, bearing specting the fragment taken from the Mercure de France 2lly, that, nevertheless, numerous and uniform the names of the various battles fought before to make a stir alwut; though we are decidedly of opinion
into the Keepsake Français, of sufficient public interest 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 steel can do justice to
wrought 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 burgh ; an opinion confirmed by the consider
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W. J. Thoms, editor of the “ Early Prose Romances." writer of a paragraph in the Literary Gazette of Dec. 1, The French Press.—Le Globe says, “ Under – The Incognita; or, Sins and Peccadillos, a Tale of for imagining that the dark features of the natives of the title of • Patriotic Association of the Press, Spain, by the author of The Castilian," &c. --Obser- Auverne shewed them to be of a Celtic origin. He
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