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English Sapphics' and Mr. George Saintsbury on a man so well versed in the science, considering such Names in Fiction.' The subject of the last-named men are few and far between. paper is new and interesting. 'Sir Richard Fanshawe' is the subject of a biographical paper by Mr. J. W. Mackail. - An excellent paper upon Wm. Whewell,
Notices to Correspondents. D.D.,' arrests attention in Temple Bar. It has some very
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On all communications must be written the name and Gentleman's the Rev. S. Baring Gould sends an article of address of the sender, not necessarily for publication, but antiquarian interest on 'The Wheel and the Gallowe,' as a guarantee of good faith. *Shakespeare's Trees' are dealt with by Mr. Arthur Gaye,
We cannot undertake to answer queries privately. and Mr. Charles Hervey writes on the 'Letters of the To securo ingertion of communications correspondente Duchess of Orleans.'-A. K. H. B., writing in Longman's must observe the following rule. Let each note, query, on Lord Westbury,' says that that brilliant lawyer did or reply be written on a separate slip of paper, with the not care for office. Mr. Wm. Black depicts ' A Day's signature of the writer and such address as he wishes to Stalking.' — Country Dances' and . Concerning Sheep' appear. Correspondents who repeat queries are requested are the papers of most general interest in the Cornhill. to head the second communication “Duplicate."
THE publications of Messrs. Cassell lead off with the CURIOUS.—("Byeshe.") Pronounced as nearly as posEncyclopædic Dictionary, Part LIX., “Prepellent" to sible like bish in bishop:-Simon Pure appears in Úrs. “Psammodynastes." "Printing" is treated at consider- Centlivre's ' A Bold Stroke for a Wife,' in which there able length. There is a good sketch of a Malay proa, are a real and a pretended character of the name. and the numberlegs words of Latin origin beginning with H. R. ALLAN (“Short Sermon on 'He that giveth to pro receive full explanation.- Part XXXV. of the Illus the poor lendeth to the Lord,'" &c.).— In 1* S. ix. 589 trated Shakespeare includes '3 Henry VI.' and the be- this is attributed to Dean Swift. ginning of King Richard III. King Richard's dream is the subject of a specially spirited full-page engraving: Names").-See 6th S. vii. 119, 172; viii, 153, 273, 371;
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