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Foreign Literary Cazette.

There is sometbiug amusing enough, provided it be not carried too far, in the new

scope of Titles obtained from Oriental per. BAVARIA.

formances. They are certainly expressive, New Measurer of Time.

extensjre, and poelical. Among these we The Artists Messrs. Rancis of Munich. may distinguisti a work lately published at and Buzen eiger, of Tubingen, have taken Stutgard, in two volumes octavo. Roadvantage of the Galvanic Balance of senoci Otto of Roses; or a Selection of the Zamboni, which has obtained the appel-traditions and tales of the East, from the lation of ihe "perpetual motion," to direct Arabie, the Persian, and the Turkish. it to the meisirement of the Aux of in The editor and translator of these Tales starts. They have constructed Time pieces apparently is no stranger to the East, but in which the oscillation of the pendulum, bas made some stay in those parts, where, placed between the piles, is not the princi: probably, he obtained some familiarity pal regulator, but the moving principle of with tveir general literature and

lanthe machine.

guages. In a preface, placed at the head

of the second Volupe, the author explains Journal des Sarans.

the plan bebas adopted, saying, that the This Journal which dates its first ap

difference which exists between the smaller pearance from so far back as 1665, and stories of the thousand and one nighưs, and which proceeded without interruption till !hose which he has here collected, consists 1792, supported its reputation and justified in that the former are merely tales, while its success during the long period of 127

those which compose bis work, are always years. It is now, to be resumed under ex

founded on some real or admitted historical

fact. press order of the King, executed according to official routine, by the Chancellor, the first Volume, begins with the Crea

The Legend of the Prophet, contained in Keeper of the seals of France. The inspection, composition, and other literary tion of the world, and closes with the birth superintendence is committed to meg off the Prophet, where real history begins. distinguished talents

, niembers of the In- Tivis legend has served as a basis for the stitut. The first number appeared on the mythology of the Persians, the Arabs, and first of September last; and the work will the Turks, as well as for a great wonber of be continuell monthly. Each number coni.

symbolical ideas and traditionis still curtaining eight sheets, or sixty four pages in

rent. The anecdotes which are comprized Quarto. T'he learned throughout Europe of Malionet, and the lives of the four Ca

in this' legend refer principally to the life will anticipate much advantage from this resumption.

liphs of Egypt, and present a picture Parish Churches casily re-built.

changing and shifting of the manners of

the great, and the prejudices of the lower' Among the most troublesome events to classes. In this picture are displayed alwhich the public is subject, is the dilapi ternately caliphs, princes, viziers, women; dation, or falling to decay of Parish eunuchs, inhabitants of cities, Bedoweens, Churches. Scarcely is the Vestry of any slave merchants, &c. acting in the Divan, parish proof against animosity on such oc the Harem, the Seraglio, at court, or in the casions: insomuch, that the Edifice being desert; under the canopy of state, equally pronounced unsaje by the neighbouring as under the feeble shelter of the shepherd's carpenter, complimented with the tiile of tent. “ Surveyor," it terrifies the people, usually What renders this publication peculiarly stands empty for years, and proceeds interesting to the lovers of Oriental litera. with due rapidity, from bad to worse. ture, is the care taken by the author, every

The subject has engaged the attention of where, to mark his authorities; together M. Coiutereau who has published a pam- with the notes and illustrations with which phlet intitled “ Au easy and economic me.

he has accompanied bis translation, thod of repairing and rebuilding Parish Many of these are drawn from history. Churches; and of ornamenting them at a We have not seen this work; but are small expense.” As to the ornamenting obligel, for this account of it, to a conthem, we shall not greatly trouble the au tinental pen. It seems to us, as if it might thor; but, if his plans for re edification repay the trouble of translation into our are practicable and substantial, we should

owa language. rejoice to see them naturalized anio..g us,

Ancient British Druids, for the benefit not only of the present, but Count Stolberg has lately published, at of succeding generations.

Munster, a Life of Alfred the Great, im Vou, V. No. 27, Lit. Pan. N. 8. Dec. 1.



one volume of $12 pages. The introduc- , Geometrician Measurers of Land (Land tion contains an abridged history of the Surveyors) and thirteen Doctors in Philo. Island of Britain till the days of Alfred; sophy. or rather, to the Saxon invasion. This Abridgement, which is necessary to a It is but just, that the diligence, perseproper understanding of the life of Al verance aud learning of Sig. Angelo Maio, fred, is intermingled with interesting wbich have been rewarded with various observations on the condition of an discoveries in the Anbrosian library, of cient Albiol, on the fuhabitants, and which Sig. Maio is curator, should be fully particularly on the Druids, in whom the set before the learned world, and duly author' believes, that he has discovered estimated by the public. The first of these the Bransins of India, and the ancient fragments, which conmands our attention Childeans, or Wise-men of the East. at present, is I. ll. Acci Plauti frogmenta His opinion is, that the Sciences spread inedita, I den ud Publium Terentinum themselves as the human race spread commentationes et picturæ inedita. Milae, themselves, and that one was the compa- 1815.-These fragments of Plautus were nion of the other: the whole departing found in the Ambrosian library. Sig. Maio from the original Chaldea.

has caused exact copy of them to be This theory appears to us to be somewhat engraved. They consist in near sixty ensingular in a foreigner. If the Court has tire verses, never before published; and in found any supports to his statements in the fragments of nany others damaged by time authorities of his own country, it is pos- and accident, of which part belongs to the sible that his volume may contain some Vidularia, a lost comedy of Plautus. These thing new. The rest of his work is found pieces form the first part of the volume, ed entirely on English authorities, prin. which also contains observations and crili. cipally Nennius; and is not likely to differ cal notes on eighteen comedies of Plautus. from what is generally received among us. The second part of the volume comprises

The University Calendar, or Almanack several writings and unpublished docu. for the University of Heidelberg for the

ments concerning Terence, consisting in a current year, answers at the same time the life of that famous comic writer--a compurpose of a guide to the inhabitants, as

plentary on five of his pieces, prior to the well as to strangers. The work is intro- tenth century of the Christian era, and in duced by a hisiory and sliort description of three engravings of the comic characters the city. This article is followed, by a

and masks, serving as a kind of substitute history of the organization of the Univer and supplement to the famous Vatican copy sity; of its principal Magistrates, of its of Terence, already published. public establishments, &c. An Alphabeti

Secondly. Isæi oratio de hereditate Cleos cai list of the principal magistrates, the nymi nunc primum duplo auctior. Inven,

Milan. public establishments, &c. A list of the Lore et interprete Angelo Muio. chief inhabitants is added, the number of the pleadings of Isæus for the herituge of

1815.-Uitherto little more was known of which adiounts to 8,989. A list of the Cléonymus, than about half of the discourse, principal streets; times of arrival and de which is placed at the opening of this parture of the post, are also given ; and on the whole, this Calendar of the University library has furnished the remainder. To

orator's works. A copy in the Ambrosian of Heidelberg, seems as if it might pass for these are added sundry variations in the a model for similar works, not in Germany barangue of the same orator, for the heritage only, but elsewhere.

of Minecles, first published at London in

1783, from a copy then preserved at University of Pesth, State of. Florence, The University of Pesih reckoned in the Themistä Philosophi Oratio in eos a quibus season 1814-1815 nearly 800 Students; ab prefecturam susceptam fuerat vitupeof which those in Theology were 77; in ratus. Intentore ct Interprete Angelo Maio, Jurisprudence 210; in Medicine, Surgery, Milan, 1816.--According to Phocion, the and Pharmacy, 62; in Philosophy and number of discourses of Themistius was Mathematics, 322.

thirty-six, of which thirty-three have been In the same year the University created published. Another has been discovered eleven Doctors in 'Theology; seven Doctors in an Ambrosian copy ; in this Thein Civil law; two Doctors in Medicine; mistius replies to the reproaches of his de. one Master in Surgery ; nineleen men tractors for having aecepted from the Eme tmidwives and allowed Surgeons ; ' one peror Theodosius, the place of Prefect of Master in Pharmacy; two practitioners as Constantinople. It is accompanied with Oculists; forty-six female midwives; twin au unpublished introduction to another *y-six Veterinary practitioners; fourteen harangue of Themistius.


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