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November 6, 1869.] THE TOMAHAWK. 219
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What the Irish Peasants really do want.—...
A GENTLE REMINDER.
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THE TENDER CONSCIENCE OF VESTR YMEN.
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This secret points of the lukewarmness our want of sp of irit the in public the matter in constructing being rather them the . I ; fruit at work of . prejudice . At all events than stup , now idit we y . have Perhaps another . both chance causes of have " better been - i i in " limited | f ourselves , " but , " " unlimited and' we " wish success the . Tramway Company , not ¦ —— 1
November 6, 1869.] The Tomahawk. 219
November 6 , 1869 . ] THE TOMAHAWK . 219
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that XST : QW hybrid ^ tfiat rtiuse ' the Stage who ; is may so be much best jle ch voted aracterized to the by worshi the well p of - known line of Horace : — " Desinit in piscem vavlier formosa superne , " which we may translate ( freely ) : : — " When Fishy indeed at its head , must Formosa fre the Drama -we must ' s tail hail . , "
it is ? gratifying to See actors" trying , in spite of managers , to introduce rede ftf ontague em their these have " art young begun from actors a utter series to ' contempt the of public readings . in Mess a which more rs . I favou rving mise rable and to li stage ght . than It is one gratif of them ying , at think least , that can oth hop e r t autho o' be r seen s are in studied on the by cultivation people on of the true stage poetry than cannot Boucicatilt but elevate and t Robertson hose who . under The - their take it popularity ; and we by may paAdering be thankful to the wl low ien est artists tastes do of not their abuse
auinstincts dience , but . father seek to draw but higher and more intellectual The chief feature of the first reading was the introduction of tha a scene t this out century of Talfourd has produced 's Iori ,- — . oiie There of the are few so noble many tr dramatic agedies poets we may whose Hope works that are Messrs virtuall . Irving y excluded and Montague . from the and stage those that rreiny artists dra who biatic tread geniuses in their whose steps wbrks will remind lie neg the lected public on the of stud those y slielfEvlibrary has a Ben fAA Jpnson 1 V ^ AAW VJ . A * and i a Beaumo WW 4 A n W t and
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has a habit was of very stamping when excited , which performers he mu . st Mr cure . I . rving He difficult also is apt to to be cli heard p his words a large with room his . teeth In , speaking which w , as make in sing him - ing no , restrictive the chest , action throat , of and the mouth muscles , should should all three be permitted be opened ; — all the earnestness air passages and intensity must be ; his well love filled of . poetry Mr . seems Irving with has him great a passion stinacy . of In the " nature Adrastus embittered Wll " he 4 VliVA realized VVIi by cruel admirabl treatment y the sullen in youth
oband WkMAaVW Montague half T X >^ - brutalized was VXXV ^ AAUVWA tame b and y savage *> colourless V self- *~ indulgence ^ as J ^*^ Ion fc" *^«"" - ; he * >^ in » - *« had V *** later . ^*** not W life A *«> devoted . r ^« r «>« Mr . W- ' » . , * with sufficient that Idissez mental -dller exertion tepid to sty the le , which conception may suit ; he was characters infected creations of Mr . Robertson of an earnest ' s manufacture arid vigorous , but is geni very us . prejudicial Mr . Montague to the ' s reading deserves of " gh Joe praise the Crossing ; it showed Sweeper much , " out delicate of " Bleak feeling House , but , " greater niece iece which which study he he read read will in in improve the the character character this performa of of an an Irishman Irishman nce . The was was humorous verv well well very
p g ch iv en . Mr his . Calverley lightest ' effort s " Ge , belongs mini and to Vi rgo hig , her " which class Mr of . Irving literat In ure scen . It es is from an admirable . Sheridan examp ' s Rivals le of , both quiet gentlemen refined pleasantry were ex- . which cellent w . e M have r . Montagu heard . e He ' s " succeeded Captain Absolute in giving " is the by utmost far the point best ¦ to witri the a qui gentlemanl et retorts y of bearing the son which without softened any apparent down the effort want , and of fili stickl al er respect for parental in the Captain authority , so . as We not wish to offend to both the these most young rigid actors the utmost success in their future readings .
What The Irish Peasants Really Do Want.—...
What the Irish Peasants really do want . —A little more rope .
A Gentle Reminder.
A GENTLE REMINDER .
And The We Snow Are Threatened Has Put I...
and The we snow are threatened has put in with an appearance what we call unusuall a severe y earl winter y this . year To , clear us this fires means . To sharp some health however y weather a severe , good winter appetite means , and want bri and ght starvation . We do not , wish to , accuse the London public of any want are ever of charity behindhand or of in good their intention acts of almsg ; but iving we . affirm It is that not until they the * . ** . Vrf newspapers * . * .- <* + » s k 'J ^ j' « ' « with . t- ^ teem VVWAJL tales & with w w A V of 4 . 4 . how descriptions \ A \/ U \/ whole il W W 1 V ^ 1 £ > J of V ^ A . the I > A « V « sufferings *_? 14 . 1 . 1 . Vr A . . iJLXC ^ O of \ J J . the LJ . J . W
poor out food classes for , days togetherand have then families been have frozen been to death withthat hearts thaw and purse- , strings are loosed . Good people will , be surel horrified y events such surprised as these when will they happen hear as of the such winter things goes ; but on , usual and this . year they will probably commence even earlier than getting The ¦ charitable subscri persons ptions to who take lwarmth upon th and em s food elves the to the office suf of
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The Tender Conscience Of Vestr Ymen.
THE TENDER CONSCIENCE OF VESTR YMEN .
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ANSWER TO DOUBLE ACROSTIC IN OUR LAST .
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Tomahawk (1867-1870), Nov. 6, 1869, page 219, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/t/issues/ttw_06111869/page/11/