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LONDON, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1910.

painstaking piece of work is probably unparalleled in the annals of bibliography ;

and although an infinite number of variaCONTENTS.-No. 29.

tions in spelling, abbreviation, and punctua. NOTES :- Goldsmith's Deserted Village,' 41—Statues and

tion were discovered in the different editions, Memorials in the British Isles, 42- Halley and Pyke it nevertheless proved to be impossible to Families, 44–“Latifandia perdidere Italiam," 45John reach a satisfactory conclusion with regard Rylands Library : Dante Codex-Proverb quoted by Bp to the actual priority of the octavos relatively Fisher-Witchcraft in the Twentieth Century-Hanover Chapel, Peckham, 46—"Budget" as a Verb, 47.

to the first quarto. QUERIES :-“Tenth " "Tent" - "Tilleul” - English

The only real textual variation occurred in Sepulchral Monuments -- Garrick's Version of Romeo 1. 37, which in the supposed first octavo reads and Juliet' Swift Family-Abbé Se, 47-Col. Skelton of St. Helena-Drawing-Room Ditties' in Punch'

Amidst thy bowers the tyrant's head is seen. Snuff box Inscription - Opper.Cheyne RowBishop In the first quarto and in the other two Hough - Market Day-Ozias Humphry's Papers, 48 Wimborne a Double Monastery-Lardet-G. Man-a. octavos, as well as in every later edition, Thacker-Sir W. B. Rush-Wolney Hall-Westminster the line reads Cathedral Chideock - Pigeon-houses in the Middle Ages, 49.

Amidst thy bowers the tyrant's hand is seen. REPLIES George L Statues, 60—"Senpere"-Public * Mr. Livingston's results, which were pubSchool Registers - Provincial Booksellers, 62 -"Barn" in lished in the New York Bookman for Feb. Place-Names - Haydon and Shelley - Paris Family

Waterloo Banquet'- Bibliography of London, 63 - ruary, 1901, under the title of A Biblio.
Venice and its Patron Saint-Books and Engravings-E graphical Puzzle,' have generally been con.
Hatton-Index to the Fathers-Pedlar's Acre, 54
"Dicky Birds " - Horace, Carmina – Latin

Quotationsidered the last word upon the subject, and
Author Wanted – Duenna and Little Isaac,' 55
D'Orsay's Journal-St. Pancras Church--Prince Rupert his most recent edition of Goldsmith's

Mr. Austin Dobson, in referring to them in - Feofiment-Doge's Hat, 56—Comets-Hampsbire Hog, 57–HocktideCowes Family-Dr. W. Saunders, 58- Poems? (“ World's Classics ??), 1907, p. 172, Arms of Stoneley Priory—“Teart"-Mock Coats of Arms, note, merely mentions the existence of the 59. NOTES ON BOOKS :- Grammar of the Gothic Language? certainly not in the form in which the poem

octavos with the remark that they -Reviews and Magazines.

was first advertised and received, as this was OBITUARY:-Dr. Furnivall; D. W. Ferguson. Notices to Correspondents.

a quarto.” Another small octavo edition, has, however, recently come into my posses. sion, which may possibly throw some light

on the relative positions of the supposed Notes.

first octavo and the first quarto.

This is a small octavo pamphlet, measur. GOLDSMITH'S ‘DESERTED VILLAGE.'dition, the pages being still untouched by

ing 61 in. by 41 in., and is in its original conIN The Athencum for 20 June, 1896, the the paper knife. It is sewn in grey green late Col. Francis Grant described a small wrappers, and the title-page is engraved, octavo edition of Goldsmith's Deserted with the following inscription :

The Village,' W. Griffin, 1770, which had recently Deserted Village, | A | Poem | By Dr. Gold been sold by auction in London,' and which smith. I [Oval vignette.] London : | Printed had hitherto escaped the notice of biblio- for J. Barker, Russell Court, | Drury Lane." graphers. On the 8th of August following There is no date. It is printed on one large The Athenaeum published another letter folio sheet, folded into quarter sheets, and which drew attention to a copy of The each signature ([A], B, C, and D) consists Deserted Village, 8vo, with Griffin's im- therefore of four leaves. The collation is : print, which differed materially from that Half-title, p. [i], verso blank ; title, p. [iii]

; described by Col. Grant. A third variation verso blank; Dedication, p. [v]-vii; adverwas not long afterwards discovered, and a tisement, p. (viii]; text, pp. [9–32]. The most exhaustive comparison of the three title is not separately inserted, but, though octavos and the six quartos of 1770 was engraved, forms part of quarter-sheet A. subsequently made by Mr. Luther S. Living- The peculiarity of this edition is that it ston, who, after causing a transcript to be contains the errors of the supposed first made of the supposed first octavo, had octavo, including the “ tyrant's head” in each of the four hundred and thirty-two 1. 37, with two exceptions. In the supposed lines copied on separate sheets, and had first octavo the word "each " in l. 8 is mis. written in below every variation in text, spel. printed earch, and in l. 302

peasant " ling, and punctuation which occurred in the is misprinted

In the Grant nine editions. Such a conscientious and copy--the only one of the supposed first

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