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if the performance at the Festival at all equal the promise, it will certainly deserve success, and will probably command it.
So Mr. Punch would say to every musical young lady, Haste thee, Nymph, and bring with thee Pa and Ma and sisters three: Cram thy carriage full inside. On the box let Charley ride. Frederick, Arthur, and Augustus, if they've business to detain them, may rattle down by train and meet you in the transept. Come all ye who music, love, and would its pleasures prove. Come and hear the Giant Handel, and "see what mighty strides he takes " in his great works. Listen for a while to his harmonious thunder, and let your ears be filled with sounds that for a lifetime may prove a pleasant memory.
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CTESAR'S TO CESAR.
Sib,—As one of the members of the Glee and Madrigal Union, I beg to correct an error in your critique on our Inst concert, where you state Mr. Land to have been the founder and great aider of the institution. It would be most ungracious of us did we not publicly acknowledge that we are entirely indebted to Mr. Cole of the Society of Arts, Adelphi, for first bringing us together, through Mr. Francis ; and that we are entirely indebted to Mr. Hollis, and him alone, for imparting to us his profound knowledge of that branch of the art, and without whom wo should not have been in a position to have gained those kind and favourable notices you and the other gentlemen of the press have so frequently bestowed upon us.
Your insertion of this letter will confer a great favour.—Yours, &c.
Sib, — Have you seen the Gorilla — I mean the Grand Exhibition March — if so, why have you not reviewed (criticised) it?
Dotted Cbotchet. (We have not seen the " Gorilla."— Ed.]
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THIRTY YEARS' MUSICAL RECOLLECTIONS.
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