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SITE OF THE SCRIPTURE Ava.
ON EAGLE'S WING. Current Notes, p. 76.-Your MR. LAYARD. in his Discoveries in Nineveh and l correspondent J. M. asks the origin of “the linnet Babylon, 1853, 8vo. p. 600, has printed, in cuneiform
perched on eagle's wing, etc." We know something characters, an inscription on a duck with its head turned
analogous to this among the fishes; namely, that not upon its back, in greenstone, found during the second
only does the remora attach itself to the body of the excavations at Nimroud; but similar to that, in white
shark, but also the beautiful little pilot-fish may be marble, engraved in plate 95 A., in the first series of the
seen constantly swimming only a very short space immonuments of Nineveh. Mr. Layard estimated these mediately before its voracious jaws: “me ipso teste." two objects, from the short inscriptions upon them, as of
em as of And among the beasts of prey, every one is familiar considerable interest. Of the latter, on greenstone, our
with the history of the jackal and his lion patron. learned correspondent observes
These analogies may, I hope, be in some degree satisThe inscription is undoubtedly “of considerable inteable inte factory.
| P.S.-Whilst the foregoing was on its way to you, rest;” as it appears to point out the site of the scrip-| ture Ara, of which Kitto, in his Biblical Cyclopædia,
it further occurred to me to remind J. M., it is no says, “ It is most probable, however, that Ava was a
unusual thing for birds to carry birds; viz. that type of Syrian or Mesopotamian town, of which no trace can filial piety, the stork, and her maternal care and tuinow be found, either in the ancient writers or in the
tion. The eagle, who bears its eaglets on her wings, Oriental topographers.”
“ teaching their young ideas" how to fly. The powers of the cuneiform characters are, in Eng
And why, I would now ask in return, should it be lish, as follows
thought a strange thing that this the monarch of birds, kkk, hki, hki, anm, ava,
with no voice for song himself, why should he not atha, khān, wn, wi, at, awki, awki,
delight in this little warbler pouring its sweet notes into atha, n, kk, kk, atn, kak, kak.
his listening ear, and encourage its familiarity, and
bear it up to where its own unaided powers could not The writing is in the Arabic language, and the literal
sustain or protect it, there to cheer and to solace his translation as follows:
royal mate in her craggy nest; and the eagle himself The little palace (is) a falling into utter decay of the
encouraged, with wing vibrating with pleasure, to soar men of Ava.
still higher, and to “sing” still nearer “to heaven's The stones of the khan of Wan, alas! being a grievous gate" the praises of their and our glorious Creator, as trouble.
it is written, “ Praise ye the Lord in the heights; praise (In) the valleys no men (in) the pleasant habitations. | Him, all ye feathered fowl: let everything that hath N.B. In the first line, hki repeated denotes utter ruin. / breath praise the Lord"
breath praise the Lord"?
These reflections have afIn the second line, awki repeated denotes the forded me so much sincere gratification, I can but thank greatest grief.
your correspondent for having elicited them. H. M. In the third line, kak repeated denotes the houses of both rich and poor.
SIR WILLIAM BETHAM, no inconsiderable name in T. R. Brown.
our literature—who held the office of Ulster King of Southwick Vicarage, near Oundle, Oct. 11.
Arms, Keeper of the Records in Dublin Castle, and
Genealogist to the Order of St. Patrick, expired sudEGYPTIAN EXCAVATIONS.- Monsieur Mariette, a denly on the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 26th, at his gentleman who is making antiquarian researches for residence, near Blackrock. He had, on the previous the French Government, and who lately made some evening, been out driving in his usual robust health, very interesting discoveries of tombs and underground and the event was wholly unexpected. temples in the vicinity of the Pyramids of Sakkara, is now actively employed in excavating on the north side
CARTHAGENA.--The Times of this day, denies that of the Great Sphinx, near the Pyramids of Ghizeh, evi- | Carthagena was taken by Admiral Vernon, or that it dently with the object of finding an entrance to a temple was taken at all, notwithstanding numerous medals or tomb.
were struck to perpetuate the event of its capture by Alexandria, Oct. 19.
six ships. What is the historical fact; was it so,
or not? St. BARNABAS' Day. Current Notes, p. 83.- Your Did Napoleon, as Consul, dissolve the Council of Five correspondent Y. S. N., who inquires for the authority | Hundred; or was that a fiction, to confer on him a for the rhyme,
similar celebrity to Cromwell, who dissolved more nobly “ Barnaby Bright,
the Long Parliament? The longest day and the shortest night,” | Did Napoleon cross the Alps, with the French army, may be referred to Ray's Proverbs, edit. 1768, 8vo, as depicted in paintings and engravings, in every grade p. 39. He will find some account of this festival in the of pictorial art; or did he follow on the following day? Festa Anglo-Romana, p. 72.
| What are the facts ? Leicester.
W.K- Y. I Nov. 1.
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