7 APRIL 1832, Page 21

10.. The Wanderer's Romannt, Canto First, is a' poem, or

the beginning of one, in the BYRON mood. The Wanderer is a de- serted and dissatisfied person, who finds no joy. on earth, and only takes pleasure in complaining. The, tone of Clrilde Harold is very well imitated, and the.versificationis. not bad:: but we cannot de- tect any thing new in the ideas, or any passion in the sentimeiat. It is the old •stOry. of railing at the mean, lamenting the past, and exalting the supposed grand. The author appears to have been in .India, and the Romaunt was probably composed under the in- fluence of the Cheltenham waters.