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ARTS, LITERATURE, FASHIONS,
THE THIRD SERI E S.
AUGUST 1, 1825.
PAGE 1. View of SOUTHILL-House, THE SEAT OF W. H. WHITBREAD, Esq. M. P. 63 2. VIEW OF WATERMOCTH, THE SEAT OF J. D. BASSETT, Esq. 3. Ladies' MORNING Dress .
. . . . . . 119 4. - DINNER DRESS .
. . . . . . ib. 5. A Gothic LANTERN
. . . . . . 123 6. Muslin PATTERNS.
ARRANGEMENTS. Views of COUNTRY SEATS. - Southill
Amusemens de l'Opera . ....... 115 House, Bedfordshire, the seat of w. BURROWES' Beethoven's Hallelujah Chorus ib. H. WHITBREAD, Esq . . . . . .
BRUGUIER's Bishop's “ When the wind Watermouth, Devonshire, the seat of J
blows" . . . . . . . . . . . D. BASSETT, Esq. i . . . . .
64 | The Snuff-Box Waltz . . . .. . ib. Village Sketches near Paris. No. VII. Harris's Rossini's Cavatina, “ Una voce
poco fà,” from“ Barbiere di Sivig. The Canary. Bird of J. J ROUSSEAU. By Madame De MONTOLIEU (concluded).
lia” . . . . . . . . . . The Splendid Misery of Vice . . . .
- Nicolo's Rondo, “ Non, je ne Generous or Just: Tale concluded).
veux pas chanter" . . . . . . . Discovery of the Medicinal Properties
RIMBAULT's Adaptation of Rossini's Overof Mugwort: A legend.
ture to “ La Gazza ladra" .... Shakspeare's Heroines . . . . . .
- Weber's Overture to “ Pre. POPULAR TALES OF ALL NATIONS. No. III.
ciosa" . . . . . . . . . - The Two Brothers, an Hungarian
Poole's Airs from Weber's “ Preciosa" Tale, by John Count MAILATU . . .
Purkis's Airs from Weber's “ Preciosa" ib. Deathbed of Charles IX. of France..
Poole's Airs from Weber's “ Der FreyThe Flower of Chivalry . . . . . .
schütz" . . . . . . . . . . Remarkable Instinct of the Wild Horses
--- Weber's Huntsman's Chorus in and other Animals of South America
“ Der Freyschütz" . . . . . . The Confessions of a Rambler. No.
RIMBAULT's Weber's Huntsman's Chorus
96 XVIII. .
in “ Der Freyschütz" . .. . . . . . . . . . . Tur LITERARY COTERIE. No. VI.-Tales
- Weber's Bridemaid's Chorus of the Crusaders
in “ Der Freyschütz” .
. . . . .
ib. . MUSICAL REVIEW.
VOCAL. Cramer's Eighth Concerto . . . . . 113 || NIGHTINGALE's Recitative, “Soon as the Prais' Rondeau mignon · · · · ·
rising morn,” and Air, “ Now man to BOOS EY's Selection of Airs, &c. i. . 114 man” . . . . . . . . . . . 117 VARIATIONS.
WORDSWORTH'S " I pledge you, dear RAWLINGS' Introduction and Variations Fanny, a heart void of guile" ... ib. to an Air of Shield's . . . . .
BRYAN'S“ Strawberry-Girl” . . . . ib. Ksarron's Russian Pas redoublé ... ib. Wenue's “ The Birks of Invermay" . SOLIS'The Heath Rose . . . .
"Tak’ your auld cloak” ... SAUST'S “ Sul margine d'un rio" · · · ih
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: : . . 121 ---- Imitative Fantasia .... ib. || FASHIONABLE FURNITURE.- A Gothic LanVIOLONCELLO.
· · · · · · · · · · 123 Crouch's Treatise on the Violoncello , ib.
LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC , ib.
POETRY. . . . . . . . . 119 Ladies' Dinner Dress . ... .. ib. |Obstipus: An Egotistical Poem. Part IV. 124
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ARTS, LITERATURE, FASHIONS,
THE THIRD SERIE S.
AUGUST 1, 1825.
VIEWS OF COUNTRY SEATS.
WHITBREAD, ESQ. M. P. AMONG the numerous seats of no- | other hand, the exterior does not disblemen and gentlemen which Bed- play that superfluity or redundancy fordshire contains, Southill - House of ornament so common in most other has considerable claim to notice, houses of a similar character. The being one of the most elegant and interior is extremely imposing, the sespacious modern buildings which or- veral apartments being fitted up in nament that county. It derives its the most superb style, and embellished name from the parish in which it is with some choice works of art. The situated; and is about four miles dis- drawing-room is particularly grand: tant from the market-town of Biggles among the numerous paintings which Wade, whence it is also a very pleasing it contains is Northcote's celebrated ride. Southill-House was built about picture of the Murder of the infant thirty years since, after the designs of Princes in the Tower; but which is the late Mr. Holland; and from the now exhibiting at the British Galchasteness of its style reflects much lery in Pall-Mall. A very fine bust credit on that celebrated architect. of Mr. Fox has the following lines It is, however, but just to remark, inscribed thereon, said to have been that the late proprietor, Samuel written by his friend, the late Mr. Whitbread, Esq. did not limit the Whitbread: expense, as the materials used in the construction of the building ap
Live, marble, live, to speak the patriot's
mind, pear to be of the most valuable and
His generous heart embracing all mandurable description; while, on the kind, Vol. VI. No. XXXII.