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قراءة كتاب Notes and Queries, Number 241, June 10, 1854 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
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Notes and Queries, Number 241, June 10, 1854 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. 241.||Saturday, June 10. 1854.||Price Fourpence.
Stamped Edition 5d.
|Stone Pillar Worship||535|
|Somersetshire Folk Lore||536|
|Irish Records, by James F. Ferguson||536|
|Derivation of Curious Botanic Names, and Ancient Italian Kalydor, by Dr. Hughes Fraser Halle||537|
|Minor Notes:—Forensic Jocularities—Ridley's University—Marvellous, if true—Progress of the War—Hatherleigh Moor, Devonshire—Cromwellian Gloves—Restall||538|
|"Es Tu Scolaris"||540|
|On a Digest of Critical Readings in Shakespeare, by J. O. Halliwell||540|
|Minor Queries:—"Original Poems"—A Bristol Compliment—French or Flemish Arms—Precedence—"Σφιδη"—Print of the Dublin Volunteers—John Ogden—Columbarium in a Church Tower—George Herbert—Apparition which preceded the Fire of London—Holy Thursday Rain-water—Freemasonry||541|
|Minor Queries with Answers:—Lewis's "Memoirs of the Duke of Gloucester"—Apocryphal Works—Mirabeau, Talleyrand, and Fouché—"The Turks in Europe," and "Austria as It Is"—"Forgive, blest Shade"—"Off with his head," &c.—"Peter Wilkins"—The Barmecides' Feast—Captain||542|
|Coleridge's unpublished Manuscripts, by Joseph Henry Green||543|
|King James's Irish Army List, 1689||544|
|Clay Tobacco-pipes, by W. J. Bernhard Smith||546|
|Madame de Staël||546|
|Photographic Correspondence:—Difficulties in making soluble Cotton—Light in Cameras—Cameras—Progress of Photography—A Collodion Difficulty—Ferricyanide of Potassium||548|
|Replies to Minor Queries:—Postage System of the Romans—Epigram on the Feuds between Handel and Bononcini—Power of prophesying before Death—King John—Demoniacal Descent of the Plantagenets—Burial Service Tradition—Paintings of our Saviour—Widdrington Family—Mathew, a Cornish Family—"Πιστις," unde deriv.—Author of "The Whole Duty of Man"—Table-turning—Pedigree to the Time of Alfred—Quotation wanted—"Hic locus odit, amat"—Writings of the Martyr Bradford—Latin Inscription on Lindsey Court-house—Blanco White's Sonnet—"Wise men labour," &c.—Copernicus—Meals, Meols—Byron and Rochefoucauld—Robert Eden—Dates of Maps—Miss Elstob—Corporation Enactments, &c.||549|
|Notes on Books, &c.||554|
|Books and Odd Volumes Wanted||554|
|Notices to Correspondents||555|
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