Notes and Queries, Number 15, February 9, 1850 eBook

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BOOKS AND ODD VOLUMES

WANTED TO PURCHASE.

(In continuation of Lists in Former Nos.)

ALANI OPERA.  Edit.  C. DE NISCH.  Antwerp, 1654.

CLICHTORAEUS, ELUCIDATORIUM ECCLESIASTICUM.  Paris, 1556.

CORNER, PROMPTUARIUM DEVOTIONIS.  Vienna, 1672.

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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS.

R.J.S. will find in No. 12. p. 188., an answer to his query in reply to a previous query in No. 8. p. 125.

F.D. (BRADFORD) is informed that the Towneley Mysteries have been printed by the Surtees Society, and the Coventry and Chester Mysteries by the Shakspeare Society.  We have no doubt the Collection of Early Mysteries, printed at Basle, may be procured from any of the foreign booksellers.

W. calls our attention to an error in p. 217.  The Field of Forty Foot-steps_ is a distinct work by Miss Porter, published in the same collection as_ “Coming Out"_, but not the second title of that work._

J.K.R.W. Many thanks, although there has not been an opportunity of using the communications.

G.W. will find the phrase “to dine with Duke Humphrey” very fully illustrated in Nares.

We are compelled, by want of space, to omit our usual acknowledgment of COMMUNICATIONS RECEIVED.

We are again compelled to omit many Notes, Queries, and Answers to Queries which are in type, as well as Answers to Correspondents.

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Uniform with “HALLAM’S LITERATURE OF EUROPE.”

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A HISTORY OF SPANISH LITERATURE.  With Criticism on particular Works, and Biographical Notices of Prominent Writers.  By GEORGE TICKNOR, Esq.

JOHN MURRAY, Albermarle Street.

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