Alas! the harp which gave these delightful tones is now silent for ever! Mrs. Tighe did not live to enjoy that general applause which the merit of her work has gained for her. At the time we are writing this, Psyche has, we believe, reached a fourth edition. This rapid sale of Mrs. Tighe's poem is honourable to the public taste. The story is exquisitely told; the language is poetical; and the stanza, which is that of Spenser, is managed with great felicity. The smaller poems are elegant.