Notes and Queries, Number 47, September 21, 1850 eBook

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ESSAYS, SCRIPTURAL, MORAL, AND LOGICAL, by W. and T. Ludlam. 2 vols. 8vo.  London, 1807.

ELDERFIELD (C.), DISQUISITIONS ON REGENERATION, BAPTISM, &c., 4to.  London, 1653.

DODWELL (HENRY, M.A.), DISCOURSE PROVING FROM SCRIPTURES THAT THE SOUL IS A PRINCIPLE NATURALLY MORTAL, &c.

THE TALE OF A TUB REVERSED, for the universal Improvement of Mankind, with a character of the Author.

REFLECTIONS ON MR. BURCHET’S MEMOIRS, or, Remarks on his Account of Captain Wilmot’s Expedition to the West Indies, by Col.  Luke Lillingston. 1704. [Two copies wanted.]

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W.A. will find an article on “The Owl was once a Baker’s Daughter,” quoted by Shakspeare, in one of MR. THOMS’ Papers on the FOLK LORE OF SHAKSPEARE, published in the Athenaeum October and November 1847.

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