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Notes and Queries, Number 17, February 23, 1850 is a fascinating collection of questions and answers on a wide range of subjects. The book covers topics such as history, literature, science, and language, making it a diverse and engaging read for anyone with a curious mind.

The format of the book is conducive to learning and discovery, as readers can easily flip through the pages and find new information on each one. The questions posed by the readers are thought-provoking and the answers provided are informative and thorough.

One of the standout features of the book is the sense of community that it creates among its readers. The exchange of knowledge and ideas between the contributors and readers fosters a sense of camaraderie and shared interest in the pursuit of knowledge.

Overall, Notes and Queries, Number 17, February 23, 1850 is a valuable resource for anyone looking to expand their understanding of a wide range of topics. Whether you are a history buff, a literature lover, or a science enthusiast, this book has something for everyone.

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"When found, make a note of." CAPTAIN CUTTLE.

No. 17.] Saturday, February 23. 1850. [Price Threepence. Stamped Edition 4d.



NOTES: Page Alfred's Orosius, by R.T. Hampson 257 Folk Lore Omens from Cattle Horse's Head Rush bearings 258 On Authors and Books, No. 5., by Bolton Corney 259 Plagiarisms, or Parallel Passages, No. 2. 260 St. Antholin's 260

QUERIES: College Salting, by Rev. Dr. Maitland 261 A few Dodo Queries, by H.E. Strictland 261 Coleridge's Christabel, Byron's Lara: Tablet to Napoleon 262 Minor Queries: Howkey or Horkey Lord Bacon's Psalms Treatise of Equivocation 263

REPLIES: Etymology of Armagh, by Rev. Dr. Todd 264 William Hasse and his Poems, by E.F. Rimbault, LL.D. 265 Beaver Hats Pisan, by T. Hudson Turner 266 Replies to Minor Queries: Norman Pedigrees Translation of Ælian Ave Trici Daysman Saveguard Calamity Zero Complutensian Polyglot Sir W. Rider Pokership Havior, Heavier or Hever Sir W. Hamilton Dr. Johnson's Library 266

MISCELLANIES: Etymology of News The Golden Age 270

MISCELLANEOUS: Notes on Books, Sales, Catalogues, &c... Continue reading book >>

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