Notes and Queries, Number 30, May 25, 1850 eBook

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The Rev. Dr. Maitland has just published a second edition of his Eruvin, or Miscellaneous Essays on Subjects connected with the Nature, History, and Destiny of Man.  The Essays are ten in number, and treat:  I. On the Nature and Objects of Revelation.  II.  On the Impediments to the Right Understanding of Scripture.  III.  Man before the Fall.  IV.  Satan.  V. The Consequences of the Fall.  VI.  The Fallen Angels.  VII.  The Millenium.  VIII.  The Kingdom of Messiah.  IX.  The Regeneration.  X. The Modern Doctrine of Miracles.  We mention the subjects of these papers because, although they are of a nature not to be discussed in our columns, we are sure many of our readers will be glad to know the points on which they treat.

We have received the following Catalogues:—­Bibliotheca Selecta, Curiosa et Rarissima.  Part First of a general Catalougue of Miscellaneous English and Foreign Books now on sale by Thomas G. Stevenson, 87.  Princes Street, Edinburgh—­(a Catalogue well deserving attention of our Antiquarian friends); John Miller’s (43.  Chandos Street) Catalogue of Books Old and New; W.S.  Lincoln’s (Cheltenham House, Westminster Road) Catalogue No. 56., May, 1850, of English, Foreign, Classical and Miscellaneous Literature.

Messrs. Sotheby and Co., of Wellington Street, will commence on Monday next an eight days’ sale of the valuable library of the late Rev. Peter Hall, consisting of rare and early English Theology, Ecclesiastical History and Antiquities, Foreign and English Controversial Works, Classics, Biblical Criticism, &c.

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BOOKS AND ODD VOLUMES

WANTED TO PURCHASE.

(In continuation of Lists in former Nos.)

GORGH (R.), CATALOGUE OF ALL WORKS PRINTED RELATING TO WALES.

A Pamphlet ON THE LEAD AND SILVER MINES OF GOWER, published about a century since.

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Letters, stating particulars and lowest price, carriage free, to be sent to Mr. Bell, Publisher of “NOTES AND QUERIES,” 186.  Fleet Street.

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.

COMPLETION OF VOLUME THE FIRST. The present Number completes the First Volume of NOTES AND QUERIES, to which a Title-page and copious Index will be printed as soon as possible:  when copies of it may be had in cloth boards.  In the meantime, may we beg such of our Subscribers as have not complete sets, to secure such Numbers as they may be in want of without delay.

Errata.—­No. 28. p. 452., for “Bayle” read “Bale,” and for “Carood” read “Cawood.”  No. 29. p. 467., for “dick the string” read “click,” and for “bung” read “bang.”

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HYMNS AND POEMS FOR THE SICK.

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