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391 A new Lullaby, with Variations, composed and so well conceived, in point of liveliness,

dedicated to tbe Princefs Cbarlotte, by F. H. and dce adherence to the theme, that we Barthelemon. 25.

with they had been more numerous : lo Longman, Clementi, and Co.

judicious a hand might have given us The « new Lullaby” is a delicate little more than three variations, without the theme; and the variations, which are five danger of fatiguing our attention. in number, are constructed with taste and Tom Clewline, sung by Mr. Dignum a: the The judgment, Mr. Barthelemon has written

atre Royal, Drury Lane, written and composed the whole with due attention to both the

by William Linley. Is. Thompson bands; we can therefore recommend it to practitioners on the piano-forte, not

“ Tom Clewline" is a pleasing chaonly as a pleasing, but a very improving finoothly, but Mr. Linley has not always

racteristic ballad ; the melody moves exercise.

paid fufficient attention to the accent; and " Elvers Heb," a Gire, composia by J. W. The bass might, in a few places, have been Calcott. 28. 60.

Skillern.

more scientifically chosen; as, for in« Elvers Hob" is among the most fance, in the third bar of the last stave of agreeable of Mr. Calcott's vocal produc- the first page. tions. It comprizes four movements; the first of which is in. 2-4ths moderato, Psalmody improved; containing upwards of les the second in 2-4ths larghetto, the third in

venty portions of the Psalms of David, and

thirteen Hymns for particular occasions ; the 6-8ths allegretto, and the fourth in 2-4ths

Music selected, adapted, and composed by Wil. moderato. The effect is pleatingly varied

liam Gresham, Organist of Dunstable. 6s. by the folo parts which the author has ju

Preston. diciously introduced ; and the different movements succeed each other with a This collection of church and chapel Atriking relief.

music, belides the compiled compositions, The Union, or mutual Harmony, written by W. Te Deum, Jubilate Deo, Cantate Domi

contains adapted interludes, and a new Swords, and set 10 Mufic by J. Sanderson. Is.

Thompson. no, and Deus Mifereatur, composed by

the editor, who professes so to have conThe melody of the “ Union," though structed them, as to express in his music not remarkable for its originality, is

“ the accent, and fyllabic quantities of smooth and easy, and presents the ear the words." We have attentively perused with a natural and connected succession of the whole, and find the selections made pallages. The bass, we are obliged to with tolerable talte and judgment; but fay, is not always the beft that might do not discover any thing striking or 10have been adopted; yet, it is no where vel in Mr. Grelham's composition ; nor offensive to the ear, except in the first bas does he appear to have attained any new of the last stave in the first page.

and improved inode of expressing General Kosciusko's grand March, composed and accent and syllabic quantities.' The arranged (witb Variations) for obe piano- book, however, contains fixty-four quarto forte, by Mozart. is.

Rolfe.

pages, and presents the reader with a col. This pleasant and animacing march, lection, decent in the aggregate, and by the addition of variations, is converted which may be found a convenient acquiginto an agreeable and improving exercise tion to country choirists. for the piano-forte. Indeed they are all

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LIST OF DISEASES IN LONDON,

From the 20th of April to the 20th of May.
ACUTE DISEASES.

PUERPERAL DISEASES.

No. of Cases. Ephemera Typhus Mitior

3 Menorrhagia Lochialis Peripneumonia Notha

4. Mastodynia Catarrh

7 Rhagas Papillæ Ophthalmia

5

INFANTILE DISEASES. Acute Rheumatism

7 Aphthæ CHRONIC DISEASES.

Herpetic Eruptions Dyspnea

Tinea Cough

Tabes Mesenterica Cough and Dylpnai

14 Ophthalmia Phthisis Pulmonalis 6 Hooping Cough

5 Hæmoptoe

4 Although we have advanced beyond Arcices

3 the period in which winterly diseates geAnalarca

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nerally prevail, the weather Itill continu. Hydr.thorax

ing very cold, we have had a large num. Hepatitis Chronica

3

ber of cases of catarrh, dyspnea, cough, Cephalalgia

and rheumatilin. Hemicrania

The instances of ophthalmia, which

3 Ophthalmia

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have lately occured, have been uncomEpiftaxis

à monly numerous. This may probably Amenorrhea

5

be attributed to the long continuance of Menorrhagia difficilis

3 east and north-east winds. This disease Chlorofis

4 has been distinguished by nosologifts ac3 cording to the part of the eye which has 5 been the seat of it, or according to the

remote caules by which it has been pro? duced. It has lometimes its feat in the

6 Hæmorrhois

membranes of the eye, when it has been

denominated ophthalmia membranarum : 4

when it has appeared chiefly on the edges 3

of the eye-lids it has been termed ophthalmia tarli.

These two kinds are however very fre

4 quently connected. This disease often Hypochondriasis

5 appears in connection with scrophula or Palpitation of the Heart

i fyphilis, in which case it is very liable to Chronic Rheumatism

occur on every flight occasion,
It has lately been produced in several

instances

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