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Review of the New Musical Publications. 219 pal topics which Mr. DUSSECK has that defect, and imparts a valuable quaselected for imitation, and, in which, for lity to the melody. The glee, which the most part, he has greatly succeeded. closes the collection, is simple and pleaThe ideas are frequently new and strik. sing. It possesses no counter-point, or ing: while, in many places, the com marks of harmonical contrivance, but is binations and modulations are masterly an agreeable melody harmonized. and learned. The road of nature is not
“ The Cottagers;" a Glee for Three Veices, - always kept, yet the bye-paths, however
also a favourite Round, composed by Los intricate and perplexed, have generally Atterbury. Price ss. 6d. the property of bringing back the va
Jones and Holiando grant author to the broad and simple “ The Cottagers” is an ingenious tract; and the whole certainly forms an composition. The parts are disposed excellent practical lesson for the inftru- with judgment, and, considering the ment for which it is professedly composed. general poverty of the choral music of Six favourite German Waltzes, arranged for modern days, are closely wove. The the Piano-Forte. Price is.
round is evidently from the same expePreston and Son. rienced author. Its melody is easy and We find much to admire in these little flowing, and different voices are interpieces. They are, as their character mingled with much dexterity and art. demanded, easy, simple, and short; un 66 In vain we fill the sparkling 1," an commonly pleasing in their style, and
Anacreontic Song, sung by Mr. Burrows, calculated to improve the juvenile prac at Freemason's Hall, composed by T. B. titioner.
Schroeder. Price is. Jones and Holland. A Sonata for the Piano-Forte, with Accom
We find much Bacchanalian spišit in paniments for a Violin and Violoncello, ad this song. The melody, though not libitum, composed by Francesco Tomich, strikingly novel, is free and open, and Price 36. 6d.
Skillern. the introductory and concluding fymphoThis fonata, though not in the first nies, both inspirit and enrich the comrank of piano-forte compofitions, cer- position. tainly poffesses many pleasing passages; No. II. and III. of Apollo & Terpsichore, a and in some places discovers a respectable Collection of the most celebrated Songs, degree of science. The opening, which Duetts, Rondos, &c. adapted for the Pianois an Adagio in common time, is striking, Forte, Violin, Guittar, or German Flute, and excellently preparative to the fuc Is. 6d. each Number.
Rolie ceeding movement. We cannot entirely Many of the airs, dueits, &c. collected approve of modulations so violently di- in this publication, are highly desirabie. gressive, as some which we have met The work.is printed in a convenient porwith; as in page 3 and 4, where 'wan- table size, and cannot but be found extonness and affection seem to usurp the ceedingly convenient to the ainateurs of place of judgment and sober learning. light, ealy, faficnable, and familiar The Andante is very agreeable, and its mulic. We find in the present numbers subject happily relieved by the Minore, the celebrated dance in ** Paul et Virgiwhile the minuet which it introluces is nie” – justly favourite Swits air---the genteel and elegant, and concludes the well received tric, “ Here's a health to piece with an impression highly favoura- all good laffe3"--and several others in ble to its character,
much eftimation. A Second Collection of Canzoners, and a Glee 56 My Love to the War is gone;" a favourite
for Three Voices, with Accompaniments Ball.id, as sung at the Nubility's Concerts; for the Piano Forte or Harp, composed by composed by Mia Mulu's. Price is. 7. Fifin. Price 75. 6d. Jones and Holland.
Rolfe. We find fix canzoners in this collec This is a pathetic little composition, tion, most of which are conceived in a and does much creiit to the taste of the very engaging ftyle. The subject and author. The fimplicity perfectly accords eat of the words, are not every where at with the subject of the words; and the tended to with that precision which forms accompaniment, which is adapted both the chief feature of all vocal competi- to the ilute and violin, enriches the effect tions, neither are they wholly neglected: of the melody. The bats is, for the most The accent (as in the frit bar of the can part, arpezzis, but not always well chozonet) is sometiines fallely iaid, but the len; particularly the second note in the truth and furce of the emphalis, in gene- third bar of the second part, whickz ral, forms an allowable fet-off, againk hould probably kave been E.
New Publications in March.
“ Farewell the Beams of early Day;" a new justly recommend the composition. But Song written by Peter Pindar, fet to Mufic
we are obliged to observe, that Mr.AMby J. Ambroje. Priče is. Riley.
BROSE, in this song, as well as in some The melody of this song contains some other of his productions, has not been very attractive paffagfs. The modulation fufficiently attentive in the choice of his into the fifth of the original key, at the bass. The latt bar but one of the melody words " And spectres leem to haunt the
now before us, is the only example we fhade," and the introduction of the natu
thall at present point out, of impropriety ral seventh towards the clofė, are iristances in this particular. in proof of much sweetness of fancy, and
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NEW EDITION OF
ACCOUNT OF DISEASES IN LONDON,
From the 20th of February to the 20th of March.
No. of Cafes. Cephalalgia PERIPNEUMONY
3 Opthalmia Catarrh
4 Fluor Albus In flarnmatory Sore Throat
Menorrhagia Typhus Mitior
8 Menorthagia gravidarum CHRONIC DISEASES.
6 'Amenorrhea Hoarseness
Chlorofis Cough and Dyspnæa.
19 Gatirodynia Hæmoptysis
3 Dyspepsia Pulmonary Consumption
3 Vomitus Hydrothorax
i Enterodynia Pleurodyne
3 3 >
Monthly Report of Diseases.
8 In one of them, which terminated fatally, Hæmorrhois
3 besides the usual symptoms of debility, Dysuria
5 the frequency and weakness of the pulse, Scrophula
2 colliquative sweats and involuntary dif Hypochondriasis
3 charge of urine and fæces, there was an Hysteria Vertigo
unusual degree of subfultus tendinum: this 5
fymptom, indeed, instead of a merely Herpes
involuntary twitching of the tendons, Tinea
amounted to a spasmodic contraction of Nephralgia
the muscles, nearly resembling the cona Procidentia Vagina
6 vulsions of epilepsy. Chronic Rheumatism
8 In one of the cases of Ascites, Sciatica
which had long continued, and at first PUERPERAL DISEASES. proved very obftinate, we succeeded, Ephemera
2 beyond our expectation, in obtaining a Puerperal Fever
recovery. This we think may be attris Mastodynia
3 buted to the free use of elaterium. The Rhagas Papillæ INFANTILE DISEASES.
3 drastic operation of this medicine, at Erysipelas Infantile
firit, discouraged the patient; but the Aphtha
large discharge of Auid which followed, Ophthalmia
excited in his mind the hope of a recoOphthalmia Purulenta
Very; fo that in a little time he folicited Since the last medical report, there has a more frequent repetition of it than it been a considerable alteration in the tem was prudent to allow: but upon the perature of the air, and the state of the steady use of it, together with bitters and weather, which has occasioned, in fome chalybeates, to support the vis vitæ, the instances, an aggravation of symptoins most happy confequences ensued. in the different fpecies of pneumonic
The erysipelas infantile, mentioned in the complaints,
list of diseales, terminated fatally. This The number of recent cases, however, is a disease to which new-horn children is smaller than that which occurred du are liable, and under the violent Sympring the time in which the fòrmer report toms of which they frequently fink. It was taken. Fevers have been more fre- attacks different parts of the body ; the quent than in the present month. The fingers and hands are the seat of it when fpecies which has been most prevalent is it is first discovered, though in its prothe Typhus, or what has by some wri- gress it extends over almost every part of ters been called the Nervous Fever. the body. It is distinguished by a numThis disease ufinally commences with ber of livid discolourations, with fame flight chilliness and thiverings, alter- degree of tumour and hardness. In the nating with Aushings of heat unequally present instance, there were several vedidiffuled, very different from the rigors, cations, fimilar in appearance to those and the confequent violent degree of from which an ichorous -discharge proheat which occurs in other fevers, There ceeds in cases of mortification. This is generally great restlessness and anxiety; disease is generally so rapid in its proin fome cases, a confiderable degree of grels, that but little assistance can be depain, and in others, a vertiginous affec- fived from medicine. The free use of the tion of the head. Throughout the dif- bark, with the external application of ca. eale, there is generally a confusion of taplasins, fomentations, and spirituous ideas, and, on some occasion, great
embrocations, are the moft probable hurry of spirits. In some of the calcs means of relief, and in some milder fpereferred to in the list, an insensibility pre
cies of the disease, they have proved efyailed, which made it difficult to obtain fectual remedies. any clear idea of the patient's sensations.
STATE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS.
the tree of liberty. The following is a OME, once the mistress of the world, thort sketch of the principal events at
but often the author of defolation tending this important transaction: and massacre, has experienced another re Soon after the insurrection in Rome, in volution in her güvernment. The fanatic which the French general Duphot was banners of the cross, which have waved killed, the Executive Directory ordered for twelve centuries upon the ruins of the the army of Italy to march against the Roman capitol, have now given place to capital, under the pretext of avenging the MONTALY MAG, No. XXIX.