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قراءة كتاب Notes and Queries, Number 166, January 1, 1853 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
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Notes and Queries, Number 166, January 1, 1853 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
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NOTES AND QUERIES:
A MEDIUM OF INTER-COMMUNICATION FOR LITERARY MEN, ARTISTS, ANTIQUARIES, GENEALOGISTS, ETC.
"When found, make a note of."—Captain Cuttle.
|No. 166.||Saturday, January 1. 1853.||Price Fourpence.
Stamped Edition 5d.
|Our Seventh Volume||1|
|Proclamations of the Society of Antiquaries, and their Value as Historical Evidences, by John Bruce||3|
|Curiosities of Advertising Literature, by Cuthbert Bede||4|
|On a Passage in "King Henry VIII.," Act III. Sc. 2., by S. W. Singer||5|
|Notes on Bacon's Essays, by P. J. F. Gantillon, B.A.||6|
|Latin Poems in connexion with Waterloo, by Lord Braybrooke||6|
|Sir Henry Wotton and Milton, by Bolton Corney||7|
|Folk Lore:—Unlucky to sell Eggs after Sunset—Old Song—Nursery Tale—Legend of Change||7|
|Passage in Hamlet||8|
|Volcanic Influence on the Weather, by Rev. Wm. S. Hesledon||9|
|Minor Notes:—Value of MSS.—Robert Hill—English Orthography—Bookselling in Glasgow in 1735—Epitaph on a Sexton||9|
|Eustache de Saint Pierre, by Philip S. King||10|
|Devizes, Origin of: a Question for the Heralds, by J. Waylen||11|
|Minor Queries:—Gold Signet Ring—Ecclesia Anglicana—Tangiers: English Army in 1684—Smith—Termination "-itis"—Loak Hen—Etymological Traces of the Social Position of our Ancestors—Locke's Writings—Passage in Göthe's "Faust"—Schomberg's Epitaph by Swift—The Burial Service said by Heart—Shaw's Staffordshire MSS.—"Ne'er to these chambers," &c.—County History Societies—Hugh Oldham, Bishop of Exeter—The English Domestic Novel—Dr. Young—Bishop Hall's Meditations—Chatterton—Passage in Job—Turner's View of Lambeth Palace—Clarke's Essay on the Usefulness of Mathematical Learning—"The General Pardon"||12|
|Minor Queries with Answers:—Edward the Confessor's Ring—The Bourbons||15|
|Marriages en Chemise—Mantelkinder—Legitimation, by E. Smirke, &c.||17|
|Editions of the Prayer-Book prior to 1662, by Archdeacon Cotton||18|
|Etymology of Pearl, by Sir J. Emerson Tennant, &c.||18|
|"Martin Drunk," by Dr. E. F. Rimbault||19|
|Göthe's Reply to Nicolai||19|
|Photographic Correspondence:—Processes upon Paper—Exhibition of Photography at the Society of Arts||20|
|Replies To Minor Queries:—Quotation in Locke—Pic-nic—Discovery at Nuneham Regis—Door-head Inscriptions—Cross and Pile—Rhymes upon Places—Ἀρνίον—Who was the greatest General?—Beech-trees struck by Lightning—Passage in Tennyson—Inscriptions in Churches—Dutensiana—Early Phonography—Kentish Local Names; Dray—Monument at Modstena—Book-plates—"World without end," &c.||23|
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