Notes and Queries, Number 11, January 12, 1850 eBook

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Mr. Thorpe, 13.  Henrietta Street, has just issued “A Catalogue of most choice, curious, and excessively rare Books, particularly rich in Early Poetry, Mysteries, Pageants, and Plays, and Romances of Chivalry.”  This Catalogue is also extremely rich in Madrigals set to Music, by eminent Composers of Queen Elizabeth’s reign—­and contains an unrivalled series of Jest Books, and also of Song Books.

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M’CULLUM’S OBSERVATIONS ON H.R.H.  THE DUKE OF KENT’S SHAMEFUL PERSECUTION SINCE HIS RECAL FROM GIBRALTAR, &c.  London, 1809. [Ten shillings will be given for a clean and perfect copy.]

DALTON’S (EDWARD) DOUBTING’S DOWNFALL. [Ten shillings, if a pamphlet, twenty shillings, if a book, will be given for a clean and perfect copy.]

HOLLOWAY’S LETTER AND SPIRIT.  Oxon. 1543.

PHILLIP’S DIVINE VISIONS OF ENGELBRECHT.  Northampton. 1780.

KENNET, A BRAND PLUCKED FROM THE BURNING. 1718.

BORDELION (ABBE) GOMGAM, OC L’HOMME PRODIGIEUX. 2 vols.  Amsterdam.

LINGUET.  PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS ON MONACHISM. 1776.

PRIESTS UNMASKED. 6 vols. 1767.

ENCHIRIDION LEONIS PAPAE.

MACNAB’S THEORY OF THE UNIVERSE. 1818.

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A.B. will not be surprised at our omitting his quotations from Eugene Aram’s curious account of the Melsupper and Shouting the Churn, when he learns that they are already to be found in Brand’s Popular Antiquities (vol. ii ed. 1849), and in Hampson’s Medii AEvi Kalendarium (vol i). We have no doubt some of our correspondents will furnish A.B. with a list of Eugene Aram’s published writings.

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