POETY

... - I THE REAT, NUGGET. Toil on, toil on, tho golden ngo, The ;oet's soorned fletion, las yet to come, and bear the cross O Labour's cruciflxioni. ro ae t for the nuggets found, Tho gold for which ...

VARIETIES

... GEMS OF THOUGHT. Cariosity is a thing that makes us look over other people's affairs, and overlook our own. Truth is the object of reason, and this is one ; beauty is the object of taste, a ...

PRINCE'S THEATRE

... FR~INCE'S THEATRE.I Long-promised, oft-deferred Girofl.-Girofla was pro- duced at the Prince's Theatre on Monday night with an efficient cast and an excellent chorus. Thanks to the unwearying energ ...

A TALE OF BOOK

... A TALE OF A B(OOK. I seall not be satisfied unless I produce something which shall for a few days eupersede the last fashionable navel on the tables of young ladies. Such were the -words in which, o ...

LITERATURE

... L ITE.RAAT lREB. NEW BOOKS AND Mi, W EDITIONS. A novel fromn Mr. Black_ is lways welcome, and the public which has so freely taken the creator of Coquette stud Shailat into its affections is always ea ...

LITERARY AND ART GOSSIP

... Throe paintngs by Mittbens, said to have been stud ies for his Adoration of the Malgi,1 in the AntwerP tuesun5, have recently been sold in Paris. They fetched 03,700 francs. ...

THE ART UNION OF LONDON

... THSE A1~T UNION OF LONDON. The fortieth annual meeting of thle nmesubess of this institution was held yesterday at Willis's Rooms, St. James's, when tiertse was a large attendasnce, coosistisig chiief ...

THE NATIONAL TRAINING SCHOOL FOR MUSIC

... THE NATIONAL TRAINIIrG SCHOOL FOR MU6SIC. LEEDS SOHOL.4RSHIfPS. A meeting was held yesterday altern1ooti in the Mayor's Room at the Leeds TIowis Hall, in furtberance of a shchme set on foot by the Soc ...

LITERARY NOTICES

... LITERARY NOTIC ES. .,',tiblw'S Ihlstrated Florse .!fniq' mcit. Rovlsod by jaues Irvine Lupton, ilroS. London W. H. Alleu and Co. This Volk Will bo wolcorced by all who take an Interest in horse-manego ...

THE EXHIBITION OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS

... TEE Eglp; 1107JNt OF SCIENCIFVIC j. zTIUMLINTS. LUNLO';DON CORaEnONDNT.) if 1 3ico of all the e:forts of the commnittee, re ritsflt.U1i ci s vicnidc instruments and ea was cot opened on 6aturday, .A i ...

LA VIE DE BAILLY.*

... LA VIE DE BA1LL Y. - BAILLY was undoubtedly one of the most interesting figures of the first: Revolution-a moderate man of the best intentions, but who allowed himself to be swayed by a variety of ...

ETIENNE MORET.*

... ETIENNE MORET. * M. FRANCISQUE SARCEY, the potent dramatic critic whose word is law in Parisian theatres, has defied his enemies by writing another book; and inasmuch as M. Sarcey, in the exercise o ...