CANTvo II. We now must change our tone, and shift our style, It will not do to march too much on stilts, The world won't stand heroics by the mile, Not e'en mailed Eglintoun for ever tilts. In all our human wills there are two ways- Sublime and burlesque-ever near allied, As Pop
:JUDCES' CHAMBERS, CHANCERY-LANE. SrOCICnALZ. V. HANsAzD.-Mondsy morning Mr. Russell, the agent for Mr. Howard, the attorney fortheplaisntif, at- tended at the chambers of Mr. Justice Williams to support a summons which he had taken out, under the advice of lr. Platt, the Queen'
TnEn ERA. [LATEST EDITION.] SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1840. The proceedings in the House of Commons last Thursdav evening will make some people smile, and some clench their teeth. The MONTEAGLE job was the theme-the job we denounced long ago as an impudent robbery. The matter was simply ?
I MONTACUTm: OR, A N;W HaOsZ-W]30'LL FOLLOW S By Mrs. MARY CLAVERS. 2 yols. (Churton).-These volumes, professedly written in a gossiping style, touching only the sur- face of things, and narrating daily hopes and fears, gladness and discomfort, convey to our mind a more accurate
MILITARY INTELLICENCE. ARmY.-The 18th or Royal Irish, from Ceylon, relieve the 6th Regiment at Bombay. The 21st Regiment are to sail from Calcutta for Madras, to replace the 54th, about to return to England. The 13th Light Dragoons have left Bangalore to embark for England, havin
TtRSDAY, FEBRUJARY 25. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. Davies and Jones, Victoria and Alxrcarne, Monmouthshire, general shoplkeepers-J. Bower and J. Bower, Hunslet, Yorkshire, oil of vitriol, glass manufacturers, and chemists.-J. Ramsbotturn, Barnett's- place, Sussex. and W. Burton. Kin
CORN MARKET-FEu. 28. There have been very few arrivals of Grain generally during the week, and the prices are firmrly maintained both ior Foreign and king- lish Wheat. There hts been rather more inquiry tfr Foreign.-Barley, Beans, and Peas are without any alteration worth ?? hav
The Yoracious appetite of these men for a thorough beating, .aa only be accounted forby an overwhelming sense of their own demerits; and a praiseworthy desire of expiating their sins, as Ministers, by their unceasing mortification as men. Ljamrns OF rAnT. TO TXE EDITOR OF TNE ER
THE DOWNFALL OF ENGLAND. While other powers were struggling for acquisition of territory, or for their defence against aggressions of an unjust and ambitious neighbour-England-" the sea- oirt Isle"-unable to extend her own frontiers-pos sessed of a naval superiority which freed