29 DECEMBER 1855, Page 9


We have again, after no lengthy interval, to note an addition to the ever-growing diorama of the Events of the War at this gallery, in the guise of two new pictures,—an extended view of Sebastopol after the bombardment, taken from the ruins of Fort St. Paul; and one of Kinburn, as seen from the sea, which exhibits with great distinctness the increasing strength of its three successive and continuous forts. The public eye, which has long been so sedulously supplied with Crimean scenes, is now strained towards Asia Minor, and would be grateful for some pictured information from that quarter—especially from Kars : but artists are probably scanty thereabouts.