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To CORRESPONDENTS.

chansons, point de gaité: ah! le beau jour qu'un jour

de bal! The “ Reintroduction, &c," sent last week by our

Les dames se levent et ces messieurs les rempla.
old friend was safely received, and though we have cent à table: on ne mange pas, on dévore: la table
always paid the greatest attention to his productions, est pillée en un instant ; la cave de l'année s'épuise ea
and are still willing so to do, yet we hope be will not un jour; porcelaines, cristaux sont brisés; le délire
insist on its appearance.

s'en mêle, la table entière est renversée et le maitre de
la maison est obligé d'en rire. Ah! le beau jour qu'un

jour de bal!
ERRATUM. Dans notre dernier numéro, à la 4e,
ligne du premier paragraphe de la 6me page, au lieu

Les musiciens boivent, les gourmands s'esquivent,
de destruction, lisez description.

les mamans se sauvent, les amans se quittent, les
joucurs et les danseurs tiennent bon et grâce à eux, la

soirée se prolongera jusqu'au lendemain: ah! le beau
LE BAL.

jour qu'un jour de bal !

Le jour paroit, et la maitresse de la maison dispa-
Dès le matin on n'est plus le maître chez soi : les roit avec lui; le maitre est harassé, il baille, il se
valets pénètrent partout, toutes les portes du logis sont couche; mais il ne sauroit dormir, tant la canaille des
ouvertes : on pose des quinquets par-ci, des lustres par valets réunis autour de la table de l'office fait de bruit:
là: on enlève les tapis d'un côté, les meubles de l'autre : car c'est leur tour; ils prennent leurs ébats, c'est bien
ici l'on dispose un buffet, là-bas un orchestre; on dresse naturel : ah! le beau jour qu'un jour de bal !
le dessert dans cette pièce, on dispose dans celle-ci les
rafraichissements : les apartements sont pleins d'artistes pleuvent, il faut bien payer les sottises et les folies de

Le lendemain, les créanciers arrivent, les mémoires
tapissiers, d'artistes pâtissiers, d'artistes cuisiniers, sans

la veille: ah! si le jour d'un bal est un beau jour,
compter les artistes fleuristes, modistes, tailleurs, cor-
donniers, bijoutiers, etc. celui-ci porte du bois, cet

qu'est-ce donc que le lendemain ?
autre des bougies, on allume les poëles, les cheminées :
peu s'en faut que le feu ne prenne à la maison ; Madame AMUSEMEMS DU CONGRES DE VIENNE.
donne des ordres partout : ce jour-là elle est toute à son
ménage, à l'exception des quatre heures qu'elle donne
à sa toilette. Monsieur ne peut rester dans sa chambre,
recevoir dans son salon ou travailler dans son cabinet,

Vienne, 24 Décembre 1814.
on le pourchasse de tous côtés ; il sonne son dejeûner
en vain : il est obligé d'aller prendre sa tasse de choca- Depuis quelques semaines on a cessé de parler
lat chez Tortoni ; point de diner ! d'a-t-il pas des amis politique dans les sociétés de cette capitale. On ne
ou les restaurateurs sont-ils fermés? Point d'affaires, s'occupe que d'anecdotes de société. L'indisposition
point de repas, point de repos, point d'asile pour lui. d'un valseur impérial a été une calamité pour les dames ;
Ah! le beau jour qu'un jour de bal pour le maitre de la elle a rendu les bals moins fréquents. On commence
maison, dont la maitresse donne à danser!

à s'occuper un peu moins de l'amabilité des étrangers,
Pendant le cours de la journée, les enfans crient, pour admirer celle d'un de nos diplomates Autrichiens,
les domestiques cassent, les artistes volent, tout est à le prince de Metternich. Dans le bal donné par le
l'abandon ou au pillage. Ah; le beau jour qu'un jour comte Rasoumofski, il conduisoit une Polonoise; il
de bal !

fit monter toute la colonne dansante par l'escalier Minuit sonne, les voitures arrivent, les cochers tournant de la grande salle de la bibliothèque, la fit accrocheut, les élégants accourent, les valets annoncent, circuler dans la galerie qui fait le tour de la salle, et les femmes s'embrassent, les musiciens boivent, les descendit, toujours eu dansant, par le même escalier. danseurs s'exercent, et donnent des coups de pied à On prétend qu'il ne met pas moins d'adresse à conduire tort et à travers. On voit peu d'amis, beaucoup d'in- les diplomates ; mais les fera-t-il aussi tourner dans le connus; on se toise, on cause, on rit, on se foule, on se même cercle?.... M. le prince Talleyrand trouve, dans presse; ah! le beau jour qu'un jour de bal!

son âge et ses infirmités, une bonne excuse pour ne Cependant, Zephir a paru, les femmes se redres- pas donner à la danse des momens qu'il sait employer sent, ou se regardent au miroir; les cavaliers, mettent au service de son maitre et pour le bien de l'Europe. leurs gands, courent offrir leurs mains à ces dames, les Après M. de Talleyrand, le ministre le plus laborieux instrumens donnent le signal, les danseurs sont en place, c'est le prince de Hardenberg ; sa physionomie spiriles joueurs se rangent autour du tapis verd : les cartes tuelle conserve encore, malgré ses cheveux gris, tout se déroulent ; les entrechats commencent, les joueurs le feu de la jeunesse, Son fils, le comte Hardenberg frappent sur la table, c'est une musique, un bruit, une Reventlow, naturalisé Danois, étoit attendu ici avec poussière de tous les diables. Ah! le beau jour qu'un impatience, même par des dames d'un rang illustre; jour de bal!

mais son gouvernement, dit-on, lui a ordonné de rester

en arrière ; c'est un ami du prince Christian ; il a fait, Les rafraichissemens arrivent, chacun se jette des

en partie à ses frais, un voyage diplomatique à Paris et sus : celui-ci répand le punch sur le parquet, cet autre à Londres. Si le Danemark avoit quelques diplomates easse un verre dont les éclats dangereux blesseront aussi spirituels et aussi actifs, les affaires de ce pays quelque belle danseuse ; ce maladroit verse sa glace sur iroient un peu mieux... On ne cesse de parler d'un la robe d'une dame ; elle se trouve mal, mille officieux diadème porté par milady Castlereagh, représentant accourent et l'étouffent pour la secourir : on l'emporte, l'ordre de la Jarrètiere de son époux. Les dames personne ne songe plus à elle; la danse, le bruit, la Angloises effacent tout le reste du beau sexe par l'éclat poussière recommencent de plus belle: ah! le beau jour de leur parure ; mais les Polonoises qui se trouvent ici qu'un jour de bal !

en grand nombre remportent le prix de la beauté. La L'heure du souper sonne. Les femmes se placent réunion de tant de nations différentes exige nécessaire. et se regardent, les hommes sont debout, les maitres ment l'adoption d'une langue commune, et la Françoise d'hôtel découpent; Madame est accablée de complimens, maintient encore son universalité, étant à peu près la on de songe pas à Monsieur, les cavaliers servants se seule dans laquelle les Anglois, les Russes, les Polopais placent derrière leurs dames; chacun parle à sa voisine puissent se faire entendre des Allemands et des PranOD' De mange pas, on boit encore moins, point de cois. Les dames trouvent que c'est la langue naturelle

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Original Poetrp. l'Italien, n'ont pu former qu'une minorité.

La société d'amateurs qui doit jouer devant les souverains, sur un théâtre particulier, ne prépare que The following lines were sent to a gentleman in des pièces de Picard et de Molière. Cette prérogative this island, by the late Editor of the Guernsey Star de la langue françoise est naturellement un scandale aux Newspaper, from Ireland, with a request to forward yeux de quelques Allemands,' qui vondroient même them to the Miroir. qu'on traitât les affaires du congrès en Allemand. Il est vrai que les souverains et les princesses étrangères,

SONG. étant tous nés Allemands ou élevés dans l'usage de cette langue s'en servent assez fréquemment dans leurs réu

Sweet oh! sweet is the wild rose sighing, nions de famille; mais en public on les entend souvent parler françois.

Its balmy breath o'er the dewy dell;

Sweet the zephyr, as fragrant flying La promenade du Bastien pésente dans les belles journées, malheureusement très-rares, un spectacle

From the woodbine's lip, to the primrose bellunique ; on y voit briller tous les ordres de l'Europe, Sweet's the sigh, which gently swelling les uniformes et costumes de toutes les nations ;

de Her bosom-bursts from my true love's heart; vieux hommes d'Etat célèbres, de jeunes princes

That thrilling sigh so fondly telling, illustrés par la victoire, et l'élite de nos beautés. Les Viennois se sont peu à peu défaits de cette curiosité

How yreat her sorrow when forc'd to part ! impolie ou du moins incommode qui les faisoit s'attrou

Sweet to earth are the streamlets flowing, per autour des souverains et des ministres étrangers.

Adown the vallies in limpid rillsLe mauvais temps y contribue peut-être ; il chasse les curieux du Prater, leur rendez-vous favori. Les deux Sweet the dew of the morn bestowing aéronautes qui dernièrement s'y sont élevés dans un Balm, which the cup of the hare bell fillsbalon, n'avoient pu réunir neuf cents spectateurs. Les

But sweeter those tears, of true love stealing cafés, les traiteurs, les théâtres attirent la foule; mais les

Adown the bloom of her rosy cheek, étrangers se plaignent beaucoup de ne plus trouver ici Ja bonne chère et le bon marché qui autrefois faisoient Tears, that flow from the heart of feeling, distinguer cette capitale. Les Vieunois ont spéculé Too full its rapturous bliss to speak ! sur le rassemblement de tant de gens riches, les uns très. occupés, les autres très-oisifs, mais tous disposés à bien payer. Lorsqu'on se plaint de l'énormité des prix, les

TO A WRITER OF VERSES marchands vous répondent: Et le congrès ! Le Graben est encore une promenade fréquentée

I've read your first poetie scroll,

And on it have my judgment past.malgré le mauvais temps; on dit que c'est le rendez-vous

“Well, tell me friend?"-Upon my soul des nouvellistes, et c'est là que les correspondans des

I think it should have been your last.
journaus étrangers ramassent les matériaux de toutes
ces lettres particulières qui soulagent tous les matius la
folle curiosité des amateurs de nouvelles.

THINK AGAIN.
Les églises sont le rendez-vous du beau monde
Viennois. C'est un scandale pour les âmes pieuses, que

“I've seen your verses," Smatter cries, de voir les jeunes geus s'arrêter devant la porte de ces

“ And duller stuff I never red !" édifices sacrés, et, une paire de lunettes sur le nez,

• Are you quite sure,' the bard replies, passer en revue les femmes qui en sortent ou qui y

No fault was in my reader's head ?' entrent.

Un prédicateur d'un genre tout-à-fait extraordi- ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS. naire excite la curiosité générale. C'est le célèbre Werner, auteur de plusieurs tragédies romantiques, dans lesquelles il a peint la naissance et les effets dni

THE WORLD. luthérianisme sous les couleurs les plus séduisantes. II s'est converti à la religion catholique de la manière

No. 4. suivante. Il étoit venu à Vienne, il y a quelques années, dans l'intention de s'amuser. Un soir il contemploit

Sur, les sombres masses de la gotl, que cathédrale de SaintEtienne ; tout à coup une porte s'ouvre, des flambeaux notice; I am yet induced so to do, as your World is the

Little as I am inclined to intrude myself on your brillent; uu prêtre conduit le saint-sacrement à malade.' Frappé de ce spectacle imposant, notre poète redress. I am, Sir, a young lady of good fortune, and

only channel, through which, I am likely to obtain éprouve une révolution subite dans ses sentimens et ses opinions ; il se rendit à Rome, abjura dans la basilique ments. For the first, my rent roll can vouch, and for

am not without my portion of beauty, and accomplishde Saint-Pierre, et pas a deux ans comme pénitent aux pieds du Vésuve. De retour en Allemagne, il s'est fait

the two others, I am daily told of them, by a crowd of prédicateur. Ses sermons catholiques attirent une

gentlemen, whose veracity I have no reason to doubt. foule immense ; mais, le soir, ses tragédies luthériennes As I have not any thing to do, I give my time up to n'en sont pas moins suivies : de sorte qu'il s'est cru

my amusements. I frequent operas, plays, concerts and obligé de prêcher lui même contre ses pièces, qu'il balls. I love a ball, I delight in a ball. Up the middle, condamne : plusieurs princes étrangers fréquentent ses

dowo again; oh! how charming. And then sermons. Une voix sépulcrale, une figure pâle, des

To trip it, to and fro, yeux hagards, tout concourt à donner à M. Werner

Upon the light fantastic toe l'air d'un apotre. Il loge chez les Servites, où il fait -is extacy. divers exercices de pénitence : cependant il se laisse

But all our pleasures in this life, have some doucement entrainer dans les grands divers, peut-être proportion of alloy in them. And this 1 have been dans la charitable intention d'édifier le monde par doomed to experience. l'aspect d'un nouveau saint.

A few evenings ago I went to an assembly in the

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full expectation of having a pleasant dance. When I kind will return to its savage state. The lover will
entered the room I drew a low number unfortunately, forget his softness. And the bashful maid will no longer
which compelled me, to take my place at the bottom of be wooed, with deference and respect,
the set. After dancing up five or six couples, the room Think then on what ye have done ye giddy crowd
began to get crowded, and as the new comers had of ephemera's--think again before you set the establish-
higher numbers than myself, they stood above me. So ed customs of the world at defiance. We advise Miss
that for an hour I never approached one inch nearer to Gossamer, in no instance to deviate from her usual po-
The top. Provoking as this was, I sighed to myself; liteness, and to those, wbom we have the honour of
well, patience and perseverance are the only things to addressing ourselves, we hope we shall not have to say
carry me through this business. At length "I reached in the language of the inimitable Butler ;-
the head of the dance ; after swinging corners, and

- It is in vain,
double back stepping it, until my head was quite We see to argue 'gaiust the grain,
turned. Now thought I, the cup of bliss, which I have

Or like the stars incline men to
so ardently desired is within my reach ; but vain What the’re averse themselves to do,
delusive hope, for 'ere I could quaff the dear delicious

But when the light of reason beams upon the mind draught, it was rudely dasked away from my expect

let conviction follow. ing lip. I had in my mind determined to vex some of

T. T.
the misses, by cutting a few neat capers, which I had
learnt last winter. My intention was frustrated. For
would you believe it, that while my partner was

Prir des fonds Publics.
whispering a delicate little sentiment to me, all the
dancers returned to their seats, leaving is standing

¡Du 17 Fév.]
alone. Thus shewing, that although they were unwil.
ling to witness my capers, they were anxious to prove
to the World they knew how to shuffle and cut. Actions de la Banque.
Considering myself to have been slighted on this occa-

Trois par Cent. Réduits.
sion, (not to give it a liarsher term, I have fairly stated

Trois par Cent. Cons. the case, that you may act as you think proper.

Omnium.

3 dis.
I am, Mr. World,
Your humble Servant,
SOPHONISBA Goss AMER.

PRIX DES MATIÈRES D'OR ET D'ARGENT
Scarborough,
goth Jan. 1815.

Or en barre,

£4 8 0 Argent do.

0 5 10 The letter of Miss Gossamer, has brought a subject Piastres,

0 0 0
of such a nature before us that we cannot pass it over
in silence. Urbanity of manners, is a link in the great

PRIX DU PAIN A LONDRES.
chain, which binds the civilized world. Withont
it how deplorable, low wretched would be our state.

Peck Loaf..........17lb. 6oz. odr.... 3s. 8d
It gives a delicacy to our conduct, which renders us

Half Peck Loaf.. 8lb. 110z. Odr ... )s. 100
amiable in the eyes of each other; but stripped of this

Quartern Loaf., 41b. 5oz. Odr.....Os. 11d.
necessary ornament, the objeet becomes disgusting.
The well bred man or woman, will give way, and be
rather solicitous to promote the enjoyments of others,

GUERNESEY.
than retard them. But how comes it, that we see
among people, who profess to keep the first society,

PRIX DE LA FARINE. Première Qualité, 67 sch, le sac. repealed commissions of the most indelicate acts of

RATS DU PAIN, S penys la livre.
rudeness? It must proceed, either from a want of
good sence, or an apalhy to the refinements of civiliza-

Celui de France 2d. et demi.
tion. We every day become so thoroughly convinced
of the benefits arising from polished manners, that they

CALENDRIER DE LA SEMAINE.
are grafted in the minds of children from their tender-
est years. If then it be found so necessary to traiu up
youth to habits of civility, why should they be ne-

A. Pleine Basse glected by the elder part of the community? Can any

de la Noms des Saints. de Mer.

Mer. thing be more glaringly rude: can any thing be more

L. I. m. lh. decidedly improper than that a party of dancers,

25 should seat themselves, and leave a couple standing, Samedi

1616 33 12 57 who had not yet gone down. Commoni civility; the

Dimanche 126 Carême. 17 7 21 1 45 polish of high life, and the rules of decorum ought to

Lundi 28

181 8 91 2 33 have pointed out that it was in violation of every prin

Mardi 28

1918 571 3 21 ciple of correct conduct. Did not Miss Gossamer, toil

Mercredi 1 David. 201 9 45 3 9 her way to the head of the room ? did she not endure Jeudi 2

121110 93 4 57 Vendredi 31

22111 the fatigue attendant, on merely, standing up as

211 5 55 automaton, for the purpose of going throngh the figure to ensure the gratification of others ? How was she Ce journal est publié tous les Samedis, à 7 heures du repaid ? With contumely. Great as must have been matin, à l'Office du MiroIR POLITIQUE, No. 184, au the mortification of Miss Gossamer at finding herself bas du Pollet; et à la Maison occupée par capt. Chamdeserted when at the point of attaining the summit of pion au Marché. On le porte, avant midi, chez les her wishes. Yet her situation was far more enviable différens Souscripteurs des environs de la ville. Tous than that of the party, which had played off such an avis, annonces, &e. qu'on désire y insérer, sont react of wanton cruelty. We must confess, that we are reçus à l'Imprimerie seulement, jusqu'au Vendredi strong advocates, in the cause of good manners. When matin de chaque semaine. Le prix de l'abonnement they cease, then will, that family compact, which est de 6 schellings par an, et pour la feuille détachée renders society so sweet be totally annihilated. Mau.

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island, the Receiver wil at each period, the first of The sale to commence at 11 o'clock in the morning. each holder of spirits, with the gaantity he may have is

March and first of September, gredit the account of The above has also a small cottage to let, situated his possession unsold, and whicw he will carry to a des in New Town; possession may be had immediately. account; as likewise for the Apantities which shall be

declared in writing to have been exported from the New-Town; possession to be had immediately ;

Which duty will be payable on the first of Marci enquire of Peter de Havilland, esq.

and first of September

of each year and paid to the B WELL & MANSELL HAVE IRON HOOPS, Receiver of the State, within the

first eight days of 3 quarters of an inch yid, for sale, at the manufac- the said months of March and September. turer's price.

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ESSRS.

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TWO YEARS,

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of the late Mr. Dobrée, in Berthelot-street, is

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belonging to the estate of Osmond de Beauvoir esq. TILLIAM CORBIN's CONVENIENT situated at the Grange, are to be let; to enter in ground-store, situated on the harbour, having a possession immediately; for particulars, apply to the good writing office and a cistern in it, is now to be let, King's Procureur's office.

for a term of 1, 2, or 3 years; as also the second floor JOM Nor the set of March inst, in his house, MontOHN MOREAU, HAS FIVE ROOMS TO over it, fit for dry or other goods, from the 25th of

next month; for particulars apply to him. Gibel, and two rooms and two garrets also to let, in his house Fountain-street.

ILIAS GUERIN, HAS FOR SALE, SWEDELSAS

ISH deals, of different lengths and thicknesses, A

HOUSE TO BE SOLD OR GIVEN TO and Swedish iron of different sizes, wine and porter rent, in Havilland-street; enquire of Miss Smith, boxes, Russia cordage of various sizes; also sail cloth, at

his store, Bordage. George-Place.

The above has also good upland hay for sale.
То
TO BE LET IMMEDIATELY, A HOUSE &

se verden, walled situated rain the Grange, lately FOR SALE, EVERY WEDNESDAY, AND Mr. T. Macculloch, near the Beauregard,

the late capt. Du feu, near the Town Hospital.

Wheat at 19s. per quarter. AND W. COLLINGS AND BROTHERS,

Flour, 45s. per sack.

Barley, 14s. per quarter. 5 Hogsheads of lump and loaf sugar.

Oats, 12s. per do. 30 Bales of best cut corks.

Ship bread, 22s, per cwt. 15 Pipes of white wine.

Do damaged, 15s. per do. -30 Pipes of Spanish red wine.

Clover seed, 63s. per cwt. 3 Cases of English soap. 4 Barrels of Starch.

THE HOUSE AND GARDEN, BELONGING A few tons of various size cordage.

to Mark Sinith, Esq: situated at the Grange, is to

let immediately; apply to John Arnold. THE

THE ESTATE CALLED LA PORTE, King's Mills, is ;

pleasantly situated at the New.Road, near the TWO STORES ON THE QUAYS, TO LET, said house.

cation to be made to Mr. John Collings, sen.

J. Aave for sale

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