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Notes and Queries, Number 37, July 13, 1850 is a fascinating collection of essays, articles, and musings on a wide range of topics. The contributors cover everything from history and literature to science and philosophy, providing readers with a diverse and thought-provoking reading experience.

One of the standout features of this book is the depth of knowledge and expertise displayed by the writers. Each article is well-researched and meticulously crafted, making it a valuable resource for anyone interested in expanding their understanding of the world around them.

Additionally, the variety of subjects covered in Notes and Queries, Number 37, July 13, 1850 ensures that there is something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you are interested in ancient history, literary analysis, or linguistic puzzles, you are bound to find something that captures your attention within these pages.

Overall, Notes and Queries, Number 37, July 13, 1850 is a brilliant compilation of intellectual insights and thought-provoking discussions. It is a must-read for anyone who enjoys engaging with challenging ideas and exploring the depths of human knowledge.

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

No. 37.] SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1850 [Price Threepence. Stamped Edition 4d.



NOTES: The Author of the "Characteristics" by W.D. Christie. 97 Caxton's Printing office, by R.F. Rimbault. 99 Sanatory Laws in other Days. 99 Folk Lore: Midsummer Fires. 101 Minor Notes: Borrowed Thoughts An Infant Prodigy in 1659 Allusion in Peter Martyr Hogs not Pigs. 101

QUERIES: A Query and Replies, by H. Walter. 102 Letters of Queen Elizabeth and Philip II. of Spain. 102 Minor Queries: The New Temple "Junius Identified" Mildew in Books George Herbert's Burialplace The Earl of Essex and "The Finding of the Rayned Deer" The Lass of Richmond Hill Curfew Alumni of Oxford, Cambridge, and Winchester St. Leger's Life of Archbishop Walsh Query put to a Pope The Carpenter's Maggot Lord Delamere Henry and the Nutbrown Maid. 103

REPLIES: French Poem by Malherbe, by S.W. Singer. 104 "Dies Iræ, Dies Illa." 105 Dr. Samuel Ogden, by J.H. Markland... Continue reading book >>

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