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Notes and Queries, Number 45, September 7, 1850 is a fascinating collection of articles, essays, and correspondence that provide a unique glimpse into the intellectual and cultural climate of the mid-19th century. The diversity of topics covered in this issue is truly impressive, ranging from literary analysis and historical inquiries to scientific discussions and linguistic puzzles.

The contributors to this volume display a remarkable depth of knowledge and a keen curiosity about the world around them. Their discussions are thought-provoking and informative, shedding light on a wide range of subjects that continue to be of interest to modern readers. Whether delving into the origins of phrases and idioms, debating the merits of different translations of classic texts, or exploring the latest developments in science and technology, the writers in Notes and Queries demonstrate a passion for learning and a commitment to intellectual inquiry.

One of the most striking aspects of this publication is the collaborative nature of the enterprise. Readers are encouraged to submit their own queries and observations, leading to lively exchanges and productive debates among scholars, researchers, and enthusiasts from a variety of disciplines. This sense of community and shared intellectual endeavor is both inspiring and invigorating, offering a model of scholarship that remains relevant and valuable today.

Overall, Notes and Queries, Number 45, September 7, 1850 is a treasure trove of insights, ideas, and information that will appeal to anyone with a curious mind and a love of learning. Its rich content and engaging style make it a must-read for anyone interested in the history of ideas and the world of letters.

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

No. 45.] SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1850 [Price Threepence. Stamped Edition 4d.



NOTES: Folk Lore: The first Mole in Cornwall "A whistling Wife," &c. A Charm for Warts Hanging out the broom. 225 Lord Plunket and St. Agobard. 226 Notes on Cunningham's Handbook of London, By E.F. Rimbault. 227 Notes on Coleridge's Aids to Reflection, by J.E.B. Mayor. 228 Minor Notes: Capture of Henry VI. Notes from Mentmore Register. 228

QUERIES: Joachim, the French Ambassador. 229 Roman Catholic Translations of the Scriptures, &c. 229 Minor Queries: The Lost Tribes Partrige Family Commoner marrying a Peeress The Character "&" Combs buried with the Dead Cave's Historia Literaria Julin Richardson Family Arabic Name of Tobacco Pole Money Welsh Money A Skeleton in every House Whetstone of Reproof Morganatic Marriages Gospel of Distaffs. 230

REPLIES: Poeta Anglicus. 232 Caxton's Printing office, by J.G. Nichols. 233 The Use of Coffins, by Rev... Continue reading book >>

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