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Kiikg and Queen, laying his and her hand upon the Hnly Go.'tpels, shall say/ •* King and Queen, — ** The thinj^M which I have here l«fore promised, I will perform and keep. It haa been reprinted in Edinburjfh ; by tlie Percy Society^ witn remarks by Mr. J, S, Moore in bis valuable ballad-book, and by Richardflon of Newcastle-on-Tyne in his Border lalde-Bookj and there ia a common chap-book edition* It would appear also that we have it in the bishop's "fobo MS/' When tbe laat edition of my collection was published I was unable to state by whom the abridgment was rande. The j«o/iopular low comedia Oi at the commencement of tbe present century. The song was encored as usual, but his majesty George IIL, instead of joinitig in the call, said *' Very bad I very bad ! Knight repeated the strain, with tbe proper point, amidst a roar of laughter, in which the good-natured monarch heartily joined. dtvenu mu-Je Liu a Icjs f ur*, dont il avait sn et tlc^ ...,., wut mieux que per-""' curer les document? dance, dirtant h une vinj^taine de - charun le^ recopiaicnt, h » nouvt I de la pnbliciti^. Must I honestly confe^^ that ehe oo, what isphraaed " a temper of her own '' ? will h Ave father Aud mother; ik ihat ivill be very good, ihft!!

So help me, God/ " Then the King and Queen shall km the Book« " And be it furtber enacted, That the said Oath shall be in like manner ail ministered to evef\' Kinp or Qnecn who flball pueeoed to the Imperial Crovrn of this Realm It their respective Coronationa/' Ac, But though the Parlia Dient in 1688 decrlikred that ** the Buid Oath Bhall in like munner be ad- ministered to every King or Queen who shall succeed to the Imperial Crown of thia Realm," twenty yeari? This h what I am assurtd by a com- petent authority^ and I shall con.'^ider the infor- mation to be correct unless il R. My informant said that bk grand fat her^ & native of Slough, was at the theatre when thb occurred. Knight I can give no informa- * Nowpablhhcd by Grimn & Co., London, price ^i. rtainly, it may be supposed that rocks heated ih fire and moistened with vinegar would be iiisposed to split, though not on so large a scale as is bore represented to have been the case. ber beauty and her pretty, sagacious, and hu waya, m some respects more like those of I than a cat, cause ner notwithstanding to fj generally admired and respected. 1 may add that we \ly also accompanied in our walks by a red, Tougb, Scotch terrier, whom Puggie bout the least pro Toeation or retoliiition Mary Brothbbtok* » Farm, Bramky, Baaiog^toke.

Nevertheless, this work is expensive, so in order to keep providing this resource, we have taken steps to prevent abuse by commercial parties, including placing technical restrictions on automated querying. Perhaps when tntide his remark what ]m now a 6ne was then **the fens/' Sausbuet Ti Lirw. Abbot, GUistan*^ aaya that it is — ** donc^minated from a saint of that appellation, who In the seventh ceiittjrv U said ti have come over hither from Wales and t ^Jave led iin eremitical life, in a moiin- tjiinous sol Jtinle covt Tt Jd with «hriib8 and briiirs, on tht hill where the church now itandi dedicated to his name. They occur in connection with one of the thousand exquisite abi*urdities ki that very clever poem.

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We have this ugly motion in the cart or draught-horse when put into a trot; it is something like a four-legged table set in motion, without the power of bending and stretching the legs. br Litth Folk, Jl Juttratrd with more thun id Picturet, Edited by Madamo tie Chatc- twood.) i Cbatelain and lier publishers deserve the nui^t^ric A for this pretty collection of ohl r J(e», and all the pretty woodcuts by which rth. Fftrttcn Unor Prioa* *a., of ibe folloirii Mr Book*. A public domain book is one that was never subject to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired. — Having recently met with some lists of persons of various parishca in Devnnahire with sums of money against their names, which I am informed are termed asju^ss- ffiei Ui in m V/— the date appears to be lti23-20— I wj'^h to know for what object these assess men ta were made, and i C more than one was mftfie,^ reference appears in one list to a fonner oo Ueictad^ Are the names friven those who were tb•' T ** very desirous of knowing aotn BASKERVILLE'd Le TTES TO Ho BACK Wa WHJU In Nichols's Literary Anectlote M of the Ceniitryf vol. 452-4o4, a rcmarkabi from John Baskerville to Ilomce \V«lp printed, which forms a valuable but painful | ture of the struggles and failures of Basked in the production of his famous books, is worth reprinting in " N. 397, we find in« Sir Joun Del lame re " ; but in the notas, t in other parta of the work, we find th " John De la Ware." W^ill some one pk examine this point and say whether these 1 refer to two persons, op that " Dellamere **' a corruption or mistnuiacription of '^ De la ^ T.1 French Proverb. holiday-makintj, away from books, Bod do ' DW whether Worcester quotc^s him* Indeed I iter, with all his wealth of citations, h apt ] Iiorely the name of his author, without the place where the word is to be found* under Hob Ue^de'IJotj^ cites ** Swift,'* no reference. « Lk8 SEN-s/'^In tb© sale of tbe Slade Collec- tion, lot 274 (Sotheby's, Aug* 4, 1808) consisted of *^ Le.f Sens^ po^me [by C, J* Dorat]^ Load res, 1700,' 8vo, which is accompanied by a most in- teresting letter from Sir Charles R. Slade* I did not feel myaelf justified in copying this letter, but perhaps the purchaser will send you a transcript* R. John Tiiylor and 8onii' (of Northampton) Cafoio^itef New 'Series, No. 1 visited Abbota- ford ja company with a Itussian general, who waa not a little sarpn^ed at the honour shown lo Vhv% medal, which, it appears, but f^w Russ Ufi care to wear. f Bt AKKETS, — On Aug^ust 25, 1808, ira of the North Oxforddhiro Archaaolo- itr, who had a iield day in the neigh- if Witney, Oxfordshire, were aliown, by le&i of Mflasrs* Early & Son, the blanket rers of that plaee, a collection of relica lolved corporation of blanket weavers of pnsiating of the charter granted to tbo I by Queen Anne, an oil-painting of the p, the corporate seal, a large pewter HJWt^r Tenidon-diah, and aeveral spoons J with the corporate arma), and several loka and minute-books, the latter con- ny highly restrictive bve-laws as to aize : of Witney blanketa, The old blanket- Bfi MU|ied aa a temperance-hall, ia now H|PPS*OTewer T, but retaina externally Eree* and id atill suruioimted by a cupola^ bfli. Cfyo ER Plt*t's Erift TLE TO Trajajt* — Bk* bra ted letter (the uinety-aeventh of ' «K»k) on the punishment of the Chris- | received the honour (to which from ita rtanct» it ia certainly entitled) of being idited with notes or illuslraliona P I I. Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country. & Q./' and] CTCfttly interest many readers, but my i ^ lect at present is to inquire from whnt smii rsichols derived the letter? — Can any of yotirjl epondents give me the origin of the Fn verb — *' De plus fort en nlus fort, comaw i.^wi Ww, Kew Ganlenj L I Sept. 297 on what gronnds, it may be asked, | ap* in which the place ia mentioned I at name be refern^d to an earlier R, R. Tusder is the earliest I know of for the word^ and his ortho- cuiious : — I'a acre divided here ye have, iy prenticcfl Uip5 from birth to grave. T, Ou Dix^a " Spanish and French Diction a ky," Can you or any of your contributors tell me whether a Spanish and French Dk Umiartj compiled by Ciesar Oudiu, Secretary to the Prioca of Coud€, dedicated to the Prince Ileiiri d'Orleuns, and published in Paris 1007, is a work of much value P I make the inquiry because a highly educated Spanish g'entleman, who has been transilating some papers for me, and who I fear is in great want, haa a copy which he wishes to dispose of. 13, lot 2084, in the hope that ihh note mny meet the eye of the pur- chaser of these certainly "interesting Fragments,'* 1 have long had in preparation a new and grt-atly improved collection ot the Kohm Hood ballads, ana should feel myself under deep obligations to any ifentlenian who would allow mo to inspect, and, if it seemed to be desirable, transmit these frag-racnt.'. Taylor, unfortunately, does not recollect to whom be ^old the lot, Kensington. The attendant could give us formation as to how it found its way into lh( _ T. This treatise n iirst printed by Sir James Ware in 103.'^. Can any of the readers of refer me to any existing corporation ^ower to control or modify the staple of the place ? Dut as thisi letter ia substantially a writiiisf," it euri? Usage guidelines Google is proud to partner with libraries to digitize public domain materials and make them widely accessible. Now a§ veatnitfuts of tfaftt [ are extremely rare (I only know of lbo«» \ Thomas of Canterbury preserved at Sen*), T ture to aslt if any of your Welsh correnp can give a detailed account of them ? 299 Ixitio Q IB not there given ; the passages 'er lo RD uncomfortable figure of Mer* " the Devil at one time I believe, ollege, Oxford ; nnd a man out of ** blue^" waa said to **loo]£ like the Lincoln/' Theqiiestion I wautanswered the Devil faidf kc? If not, leaning- of the device, two keys tword, which occurs so frequently in tion,9? w various Eng^l Ub traafk Uo DS of Pliay'i Punegyrica, see Bohn's Lownde Sj p. WBitl«d br J* S, Fakitn Cliff; Do Q^Ui, Iile of U *o.

Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians. Jo Hlf Pl GGOT, JCK, FJ "W^HAT THE De VTL SAH) Wfl OVER Li Jvco LN.- ' — When I asked , Ib Aft^QM referred me to 2*'* S, iil ii«-' ttini i . " and haa some lither in Lincoln Cathedral or the city, of which latter a most extensive view from the cathedr«l. I al^ ohderved it was used as masons* njarks mentioned by ^lu. 1885,'^ St, Deoubia^\ — Collin son, in his JIi Mon/ of Somerset, under the parish of St. Capgrave, Creasy a Church Ili Mor Uy Camden, and Regiat. 510), I beg to Btiy that tbe two Italian lines referred to, and whicih be rightly conjectured to be in Biirni's Orhmdt) Inmtmortito^ are the two concluding linea of the Bixtieth statixa in the twenty-fourth canto. Public domain books are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover. I have not seen an^*^ of the above wnrkn, and I am not aware that they are at the British Mu- leum. ■b flrft seven yeari^ hnag up aa a child, H^ next to leammg;, for waxing tf}0 yttld, Ke next keep under Sir Jlobbard dr, Fuller, " some worthy I thb subject/* — Worthier, i. particulft Td, beyond tho^e^Ven by Fuller, Bale, and Leland ( Collectanea, i. If my note be not assuming too much of the character of an ad- Yertisement, I may addj that if any of your readers wish either to take lessons in Spanish or to have aid in transktioa, I shall be very glad to give the address of the gentleman (a Salamanca Master of Arts) on whose behalf I wrote this note, and wh Oj in addition to the annoyances arising from the res anipi Mm dfjini in a foreign country, haa the sore trouble of nursing a dying wife* I add my addi'ees, which ia at the service of your contribu- tors. I Sp E3f SER*s " View op the Statb of l EKLurn'* It is said that some copies of Spenser's mom treaties on Ireland bear the date of ISVMJ: if m^ there may he Jin Qidograph MS. Todd and more recent editors hare bt^n conteot U follow this version. Collierj in his **Life of Snenaer' of Edmnrid Spender, 1802), says tnat ♦ with which he was acquainted, benr prefixed to Ware's text— '^v-l View of ' Irelmtdt written Dialogue-wise betwe^u l. — The church of SI| Woollofl, the parish church of the tow" •' ^*'^' port, Monmouthshire, outside its fine man nave, possesses a spacious entrn L. I remember a similar i ment at Boxley, near Maidstone in Kent lieve the history of both theae curious to a chnrch is much disputed. Mary*fl Chapel ; at Glasl Joseph's chapel occupies a similar plo the celebrated Galilee in Lhirham C*tl There is at Newport a fine Norman entrancil way from this apartment to the nave, whic bably was once the external door of the The tower, a finely proportioned stracturw : VEii TMENT8 OF THE Tni RTEE^TH Cc In The Time/ account (August L^) of thfl'j Arts Exhibition at Ruthin, I read that tht\ T. ly might not inappro- includ»*d in the Ante-Nicene Library iasued by the enterprising publishers, (rke. Marks, notations and other marginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. and Irenffius,'' I have only examined three but the title of each agrees with that in gisters of the Stationers* Company ^ — **- of (he Present Stait: of Ireland^ aiscoursed of Dialogue, &c,** The work was entered for publication m but was not printed by it« publisher, L Totlenham. Seed contributed a complete aet of used at the celebration of high maa Sy of 1 teenth century. If this hint be acted on, I would It the entire original and Englii*li be ^ftrollel columns.* M, Y* L. From the dedication of this book to the Earl aii«c- tively admiuiatered at the tioiea of their and every of their Coronatkma." 6 NOTES AND QUERIES. IL Ji LT l» And then proceeds to etiiict : — ^•That the Oath herein mentioned and hereaf Ur ex- pressed, fibull and may be admint Atered to their most Excellent Majesties Kin^ VVil Uam and Queen Mary (whom Gwl long preserve) at the time of their Corona- tion, in tlie presence of all persona that shall be then and there pre^sent at the Bolemniwn^ thereof by the Areb- biflbop of Canterbury or the Arcbbbbop of York, or either of them, or any other Bishop of this Realm whom the Kinf^^a according to the Statutes in Parliament on, and the Laws and Customs of the same? Tho fijllowing are in Watt, but ha does not give the authors* names: — 7. pfti^ Augustin et Aloia de er the latter title, Jou Tancj, there is a paragraph furniahing one of the aub* jects on which — " Grainmalici cortant, et tdhuc fliab jadico lis esi T This will pcrhapa be acceptable to philological students, together with a few qaotatio DS from other writers, especin Oy from one, edited by Sciop- pius, of whom it haa been eaid : — ** Iltfl ;2:r«at power was \n the forooity of bi« satire, and hii wondcrrul knowledge of the pro^jpresa, proprieties, and res DUXoea of the Latio laaf^uage ; in which he wob, pro- bablj% not exceeded by an T one since it ceaaed to tie the living tongue of Ituly." — \Vorthin