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To the Editor of the Welshmart.

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To the Editor of the Welshmart. SIR,-As modest) may,perhaps,prevent an editorial notice of the musical treat given at the Guildhall, on Tuesday evening, by Mr. Shackell, I beg leave to express my feeling upon the subject. It g IVC, I am sure, every one present (and the hall was tolerably full), un qualified satisfaction; indeed, to use an apt expression of the lecturer, "a heavenly sensation of delight." His diction was correct, without pedantryâthe illustrations well chosen, and proved his knowledge of music to be accu- rate they were given, moreover, without the affectation too frequently attending thercon. The continued and well deserved plaudits must have been highly gratifying to his auricle. Mr. S. favoured his audience with no less than eleven ballads it is superfluous to say all were good, but The Angel's Whisper," Kathleen Mavour- neen," and the Last Rose of Summer" were the most rapturously applauded. Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast." Should such an one have been present at the commence- ment, transmigration took place long ere the termination. I wish him long life and health to enable him to charm the inhabitants of the town. Your obedient servant, Jan. Stlil. IS iG. J. W. LEADAM. I

To the Edito)* oj the Welshman.I

TO THE EDITOR OF THE WELSHMAN.I

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