Skip to main content

Full text of "The Gentleman's magazine"

See other formats

This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project 
to make the world's books discoverable online. 

It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. A public domain book is one that was never subject 
to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired. Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country. Public domain books 
are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover. 

Marks, notations and other marginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the 
publisher to a library and finally to you. 

Usage guidelines 

Google is proud to partner with libraries to digitize public domain materials and make them widely accessible. Public domain books belong to the 
public and we are merely their custodians. Nevertheless, this work is expensive, so in order to keep providing this resource, we have taken steps to 
prevent abuse by commercial parties, including placing technical restrictions on automated querying. 

We also ask that you: 

+ Make iion-coninieicial use of the files We designed Google Book Search for use by individuals, and we request that you use these files for 
personal, non-commercial purposes. 

-I- Refrain from autoiiiaTed querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine 
translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. We encourage the 
use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help. 

+ Mainrain attribution The Google "watermark" you see on each file is essential for informing people about this project and helping them find 
additional materials through Google Book Search. Please do not remove it. 

+ Keep it legal Whatever your use. remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. Do not assume that just 
because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other 
countries. Whether a book is still in copyright varies from countiy to country, and we can't offer guidance on whether any specific use of 
any specific book is allowed. Please do not assume that a book's appearance in Google Book Search means it can be used in any manner 
anywhere in the world. Copyright infringement liability can be quite severe. 

About Google Book Search 

Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful. Google Book Search helps readers 
discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. You can search through the full text of this book on the web 

at http: //books .google . com/ 






1 54884 



In reviewiug the eveuts of the post year we canaot avoid being 
struck with their maguitude and importance, affecting as they do 
nearly one-half of the whole human race. In the course of the 
last twelve months we huve seen China, with its three hundred 
millions of people, opened to modern civilization and the blessings 
of Christianity. Japan, hitherto secluded from the rest of the 
world, is also found entering into u treaty with this country, and 
taking the first step towards what we hope may be a better ac- 
quaintance. The Old world and the New have been connected so 
as to bring them within speaking distance, and the time is pro- 
bably not far off when a message may be transmitted fi-om Eng- 
land to any part of the globe, and on answer returned within a few 
minutes. In India we have, by the blessing of God, been able to 
crush one of the greatest rebellious that history can relate ; and in 
none of our own records, glorious as they are, can nobler deeds of 
chivalrous bravery or Christian endurance be shewn, than in the 
deeds of our noble countrymen iu the East. During the same 
time we have beheld the dissolution of that company of merchant 
adventurers, whose history is without parallel in ancient or mo^ 
deru times; and the transfer of their rule over a hundred and 
tiity millions of people to her ^Majesty, whose direct uovereignty 
has been acknowledged by a corresponding change of title. 

At home, we have witnessed one of those quiet events which will 
tend greatly to the improvement of the education of our middlo 
and upper classes, and are every day seeing changes made that 
tend to ameliorate the condition of the poor and the ignorant. 
For the only important additions to our literature we are indebted 
to our oldest scut of learning, Oxford; but we have uho hud to 


record the important series of works now in course of publication 
by direction of the Master of the Rolls, and hope shortly to see 
full materials for a complete History of the Country. Altogether 
the state of things is full of hope ; the changes that have been 
made, and that are still in progress, are of tliat quiet, orderly 
nature, that we have no reason to fear the result. That this state 
of things may long continue, is the devout wish of 




Cliffe Pyimid, Wiltsli 

£fficy of Conrad von Seiimheim, 1369 

Statue of Hartmaiin voii Kroneberg, 1372 

Monumental Brass of William de Aldeburgh, 1360 

Monumental Brass of Thomas Cheyne, Esq., 1368 

EiRify of I/lricli Landschaden, 1369 

Wood-carvings in Bamberg Cathedral, c. 1370 

New University Museum, Oxford 

Scale Gorget .... 

Plate Gorget .... 

Brass of De Crekf, Westley "Waterless 

Figure of Ralph Lord Stafford 

A Knight of the Cobham Family, 1380 

Brass at Minster. Isle of Sheppey 

Figure of King Arthur, e. 1310 . 

Conrad ron Bickenbach, 1 393 

Sidc-laced Surcoat 

Sir George Felbrigge, 1400 

Knightly Statue in the Church of St. Dominico, at NapW, 1335 

Monument at Rotherficld Greys, Oxfordbhiie, 1387 

Bra»e of Sir John de St. Quintin, 1307 

Ailettea ..... 

Brass of Sir John Argentine 

Kiiiglitly Brass at Laughton, c. HUO 

Brass of John Cray, Esq., 1390 . 

Sugar>]oaf Helm 






16, 17 





















Figure of ITenry, Earl of Lnncaster ...... 326 

BraRH of Sir Nicholas Dagworth . . 329 

ViBored Bacainet 335 

Eniglit of the De Suliiey Family, from Newton Soiney, Derbyshire 486 

Wide-rimmed Helmet 438 

Figure of two KnightB on Horseback ...... 445 

Target in the shape of a head ....... 446 

Boar Hunt 471 

West Door of Ewelme Church, as it was in 1824 . . .473 

Corbel-head in Ewelme Church ....... 474 

Window in the Apse of Swyncombe Church ..... 477 

Brass of Sir William de Bryene, 1395 555 

Brass at King's Sombourne, Hants., c 1380 559 

Sword and Buckler Contest 560 

Boman Coins found at Chester — two plates 609 





JULY, 185». 


KntOn COaa£flPQNt>&!t01f-erTOrlaU[.L«iM'* Lid uf King Rdwwl-IUiMrkablr 
Xiecqtlaa ■( Vtatu ifn— ^iti»n»i Curll uul tUa Ancvalrr 

TIm Aram, Arxoam, kimI MiliUrr ['Mgc* af tbo b^Hirtseiitli C«utury 


Aoaili of Windior ...,.....» 

iHAtlM't UitUrj of Yme* „.„ „... 

Ch«mb«n* AnjMk ofScutkud , 

S1m|i7 KIl^ttalMile. Iuor Ihincan. snl th* Dtna ~. ... 

UrTTaCABIAN EE«E.\srHES.— AmMf at AnUqniHa, M; OoihmI AraUteatgnl 

IOotttm t Otlord. «a -, tMitetanbin .trpbltMIural utd AittmdoKlNl taeMIti^ fl ; 
)t«Rl«nMir fUxMr — MattlaUoB uid Dg«lTucnM of Cbuotl HcbmidibI*, U ; 
Oto ttfwj «r • lUMMB viuy Oolunn, H; FUttliM' dcai : rwtUnMw— lama 
Lwamgwli Antfo-faKB ABtJ^nhte* ......t..„ „......„..„....„,.,._.,..« 
OinBBWOXDMCE OP ftTLTAKV* DUA^.— ICvmarlu m Mm tartj Wnotj of «t. 
Altwo'a n* U> HlftitTMa*; M; XlM Hkt^ox Tapwtrjr, Ui Addbxra'* nippOMd 

HIVTORICAL AJ«I> HIt!CEtL.I?< KOrtI BrriKWS— Tto Volw orOO'UtlMnLU'vlnSiuiK. 
II; Mr. B«M'« LnfWlM,Tl: PMf*M lo Uic Si2tb EdiUoa ot " Tom Btsim't Stbcwl- 
Dnj^-Ult na noM of lYc^Hk PtrfbM. Tl ; Utrtin'* niuitnieit EdmoQ □(Mllun 
vikdf M (te iMdbft bfettUo*— ObolM KoCm frum " N^ii^ miiI QdpiIm"— I'nfeMor 
B»«hn>p'> yMnnl IIMnf? of Or m w Oairaner* ■ lMltira»— Cotton'i CaUlCfufl tif 
BlfBlU*^ PMtMu— AdriUlon*] tact* ooac^nlnK Ta^'» ADcwiry, i4 ; l^j-Int^ Ota- 
l«l«l PtteBtUii B— rt*i iBlradnnioa lo Or«niin»r-Lai>* mnil Pnnm of wU«t— 
]i«nb'> TndMmn'* TolwM— HwntuiKfDid'i vout of ibe lui Propbct— Fmm: t 
ftf M»w1>m: aron»-Ardon'*Oareor8»Ula mtnpUfU. li. PrrtadlCftU 

MOimiXT ntTEtXlGEItCeil 
laad riihi wii .....^..~.«. 

Bisnu .i ™. :. - -. 

ICAKKIAOn ...,_„-„ - „. -. 

OBlTlTABT-«Uli MoMin M tte EmI »t anJw/tt.H; 9t Smf ntAvfttrt. Bvt— 
adf-On. lb* Hod. Uriko I1(V«^ U 1 CMH- Sf ''nill^ PmL IU!.B., M : M. L. A. Ft*- 
*ma,V-. MnO'OcmiwU.Btq. .. _ 

CtMmmr vweatmm .....,».._^- .,„._„.»..»«. ..».«_».».-. - 



- - 88 

„..„.„,.„ 89 

1*1 RHura of MortaUty In thi UttnrtlO^^-UuttU, U; MttMraloflMl 

tHwr-IMlrPriModlMlD - 90 






Mh. UuDiM, — III tlio ctimii) y>»magvof 
thin popin, print«l in yniir lurt niiinhor. 
([Ivitiff Rn awviiint nf tLi? rlmrrli nl Wuirt- 
tnitutiT, the hifl hue contnimt xii i.Trur, 
t\n: imiiortftnti! of corrupting which will 
bir mi-n at once by yoar arcbit*rtunO 
ri;iidi-ra. Mr Liiara Iwb itplit one wurd 
into tvta, Biitl printed ihe line Ihna, — 

E Iw olBelnw *i tur. 
<nhieh ha truuUtct, " And t]ic ofBcos in 
M^ toK.'rr." H »honIci be, — 

And the trBimUtiwi nhoiild be, " Anil tli^ 
tfHeet tonnd it," {the church). Two dr- 
cnmilaiicw *lioiilrJ Uavt' protdt^d lb* 
editor a^lnit this iiiiitiikc. lii tli« Jin^t 
pkcr, ] think no nrfbiti^citimL antiiinnry 
c^iikLd rite an in*l.nni:>> whmi? tb^ nfliiit* nf 
ft inuiiuUrry wtru pliicod in tlio Wwvr vf 
tho cburch. or, in<le«sl, in any othei tower ; 
and tnmndlT, no Kniiichtnan or Anglo- 
NoTiiuiiL wolil, 1 think, li«vo writl^ii ".m-li 
K pliraie u he prints u it wranld ncit have 
}>teii );rnnii]]ul.iiii! or CutiMlst4!tit, witlt tbu 
tyji-rei'l {ilirai>«i:'lot{y of the' liiiii{uii|;i'. I 
rprak oa the aupptwitioa Uiat you quote 
correctly the t^nt and ths trannktiini fwm 
Mr. Luard'H book, nliivU 1 buvs ain nevu. 

T. W. 


M». L'ftDAN, — The kiity of our priiton 
dltripllno bn» in fnrniair diiyn breii no i-i- 
trsmc. th«.t it in nut *ati> to diMredLt uiy 
stBl«in<Mit rtfgurding eanl lifi; (vn the 
ground of its iiiiprohnblUty ; yot the »Uiry 
told Lu your Minor Corrumpoudvacv Tor this 
raoTith U so very unbkely to b» a true 
hi*>'Ory, tlmt one !> tviuptcd Co piL» it by 
wilhotit exaniine.cioi]. Can yowr oottc- 
vpondunt iurnish the dute, or ubuut tha 
iu'«, wLeti tbe vonvlftioiior rieviition took 
pbce? In times ao recent oa thoao when 
"the fatiiiT of the prMcnt jtovemor of 
WorL-etler CfSoL wajt novernnr l.byr*," It it 
probable tbnt priutwl catendjira of the 
fMea to bv tried at each oMite* were iSiued, 
and if iH>, It is iilmoKt cerlaiii thut i?opie« 
fliit in the custody of the present ^ftver- 
■DOT, with the Mnt«neM miirkcd to e&ch 
cue in maniiveript. 

The newspaper that circalatcd moat 
Urg^ly in Woixwrtir and it* n«igbbour- 
liooil at tbnt titan would orrtuinly cvntaln 

* uuttcu of K> ancomiiinii iidrcnnistii'iicc; 

* fik moat likclv coiitta in the Britiak 

MnN>ura Lrbrary. perhtpa in the city of 
Karrr^trr iticlf. It !■ -moat iinlikvly that 
tlw.' OeMI-SKAS'i! M4QIZIKI would !»• 

coni nn event nf thin kind; do yon, Mr. 
Urbnn remPinbiT mnkiiiK h nolr of it ? 

Scv>(rriil ttorica bunritiii; it irnnt liki^nns 
to Ibr onr uiidi-r di«niaiii-in hAva apnitured 
til" Niittrs and Qiki^rim," but tb« evidruce 
in uich ciuti- ii not Mtiifuctory. Ono uc- 
crinnC mitkeA the nvnc to hare Uid at 
WicjrhMt^r.^tbe v)L'ti)ii lo have been a 
Hufltpsbire nion, — tb* crime, (beep- 
stealing. In another, the locality ia 
Dnrliam, and n wrTant-Kirl i* tho lieminc, 
who had bnen I'niinil (ftiilty of adminiitpr. 
inp poi«n'; t'ii« viTiion of lh« iitory is 
cnibclli*h<'d with M-ri-ml biuritilc di-taila 
rolutintc to the cxtiution, (bitt tiiakv it 
ittill more niiKkely tn be trni^. Tht li^nd 
in ntit I'vi'n eimlinul t'l Knglatid ; a SpaiiiiJt 
vvraiun w'ciini in tlie Uvv. FroArifk Muy- 
riek'i "Pmctiml Working of the Church 
ill Spain," p.&L, wilb ouly autli tm auoutit 
of lariatioH aa Is noceamry to adapt it to 
the nppoud mannen and mit'ins of that 
land.— I am. 4c.. EnwiRD Peacock. 

The Maatir, Siittes/on!, near Brifff, 

KDMCNn CU HI.I, *»» 11 » ANCESTRy. 

In Curll's *■ Histtjry of llm Stngff," IT'tl, 
Ijp kjx-nkn ofa trciti of one of t.lieJ?i»M< gmtlir^ 
t»fu ill Rnglnnd an being hia NMrr tWofto*, 
Thie flworlion has (^von riaa to aoma on- 
qairy of lati-.aiiii hi« b'-cn treated as mere 
Pln^ity boanting on the part of tbia inu*t 
unprinciplmi of pabluhcTK. I lun inclined 
to ihink, hciwrvrr, that hi> renllTdid elaim 
ri'lstionaliip with tlio faintly uf Dr. Wuitrr 
Carll. "6iithu|i at n'iiii.-bi.vter, and Lord 
Altnon«r tiil'linTliii I.;" that prelate'* life 
beliif; tliF third un bis list of Uio^raijliical 
publkvtion*, in his CuUloi;ue for 1726-T. 
If such is riut tho caw, the ooincidence ia 
nitlwr ouriuii». At uven an oo-rUer period, 
moiti least, of the Curll family, 
b<ad pnilmhly attained a re<ip<«lable pu«l- 
tioui for in the lint of eounsel pTactifine 
at the bar in thci time of Jajucs i.,ive Bod 
the name of *' E. Cnrlc," Sco Fiiise's 
''Judaea of nnnland," vi. 36. 'JTie bishop, 
it abould bo added, died in poor cirvam- 
stane^ia, in 1(547. having «iffcr<-d giratly 
during the civil war. The oolh-rtor of 
Popiani will find a krgc nmount of infor- 
mntion as to nditiona of IV>pc's lrtt«n 
and work", by Carll and otlior», in tha 
Monthly Regiatcmof Books appended to 

the tlSNTI-SMXlfa MiOiZME for 1735 

and I73S. 

• Kolcs and UDarios. *o1- W. pp, ISI, tHi. 

The splinted armour formed of strips of metal overlaid 
"by velvet, with rivets to hold them together, the gilded 
heada of the rivets forming a decoration on the sxirfaot) of 
the velvet, is most satisfactorily illustrated by the real 
defence of this kind foimd by Dr. Ili-'fuer iu the old oasllo 
of Tanneuberir. and carefully described and pidured by him 
in his tract, Die Burg Tannenberff nml ihre Avsgrabungm^. 
The mitwunl appcumnoo of such a dpfenco is shewn in our 
woodcnt, No. 1 0. As this kind of armour is probably the 
same as tbo cotr^ a pUttpn mentioned in writings of the 
period, we must refer to the next heading for further illus- 
tration of the subject. 

Splinted armour is not imlroquciatly named iu the Eo- 
mances of the fourteenth centrny. In '* Richard Coer de 
Lion" we have, — 

" Kow gpoke wc of Richard our k^og, 
ilou hi.' citm to batuylo with his gycg : 
He was armjrd in aplectes off stwl." — -p. 196. 

And the Romance of Guy of Warwick tells us that the 
armour of Colbrand, both for the body and legs, was of 
this structure. His hauberk was fonued of — 

•* thick uplints of fttccl, 

Thick y-joined strong and well. 
• • « • « 

Hoitrn he had also well y-wrought. 
Other ttuta aptiatea was it nought.' 


ArtM, Jrmottr, and Mtiitarg Utaij^s 


mouumental statiiG of Conrad vou Seiiuibeini, 13C9, at 

A siinUar instance is the cfiigy 
of Hoiurich von Sciusheim, 1 360, 
figured by Hefufr, ( 7rrt**A//*». pt. 
ii. pi. 4G). Ill ImiUi thi.'se suulp- 
turos the strip-work 13 found mi 
the arms mid legs. Sometimes 
the istrips arc much broader than 
in those specimens, and they arc 
then fastened to three or more 
straps, and thus bound round 
the leg. The effigy of Uart- 
mann von Ki-oncberg, 1372, in 
the castle chapel of Kroneberg, 
here given from Uefiier's work, 
affords a good example of thi» 




ooatrivance ; and a second is 
furnished by the statue of Sir 
Guy Bryan at Tewkesbury, en- 
graved in Stothard's *' Monu- 
ments.'* The manner of form- 
ing this strip-annour is very 
exactly dttscribed in the Toumcy- 
book of Rene d'Anjou (of the 
next century). In Brabant, 

Flandera, Haynaiilt, and other ~' N0.10 

countries towards Gcnnany, he 

says, they have a different mode of arming for the tourney. 
They put on a " dcmy-pourpoint" of cloth, over that a gar- 
ment quilted with cotton. " sur quoy ils armont lea avant- 
braa et los gardebras' de cuir bouUy, sur k-quel cuir 
bouilly y a de menus bastons cinq ou six, de la grosseur 
fi*utiy */oy, et collez dessus, qui vont tout au long du bras 
juaques aux jointcs'." Though the material is not here 
mentioned, it can scarcely be doubted that strips placed 
over leather to strengthen it, would bo of metal. Occa- 
sionally the strips are laid npon defences of chain-mail ; 
being fastened to the mail by thongs, which, passing 
through, holes in the plate, are tied on the outside. The 

Tht ffamtmi and i>pp(T-«nn. 

I'tgv 0, cfL C*1iiint«dli>i«i- 


of Ihe Fourteenth Century. 

a variety, in the studs being quatrefoil instead of round. 
The brass of Sir Miles Stapelton, 1364, figured hy Stotbard 
(pi . 68), has both cuissards and sureoat covered with studs. 
We must again call attention to the very curious relics 
found in the old Ciislle of Tanncnberg, illustruting as it 
does tho construction of one of the varieties of studded 
armour (see p. 3). 

Defences in which strips and studs are mixed, appear in 
tt few monuments of this century. A good example is 
offered by the effigy of Giinther von Schwarzbiirg, king 
of the Romans, 134!), engraved at vol. cciv. p. 4. The brass 
of " Thomas Cheyne, Armiger," here figured, exhibits a 
similar equipment : its date is 1368. And a further illus- 
tration is afforded by tlie brass in Cobham Church, Kent, 
of Sir John Cobham, 1354. The construction of this 
armour has been variously interpreted. By some it has 
been thought that the ribs were of euir-bouilli, and the 
remainder of quilted work strengthened with studs. Others 
have considered the strips to represent metal, while the 
interstitial portion was of studded cloth or leather. Perhaps 
beneath the studs were small scales of metal, as in the 
existing brigandine jackets of a later period. 

The so-called Bauded-mail is found very commonly fix>m 
the beginning to near the close of the century. It is 
frequent iu the illumiimtious of the Meltadits manuscript, 
Add. MS. 12,228, written about 13G0; a volume curiously 
abundant in illustrations of knightly equipment and usages. 
A seri&s of examples, from an early to a late period in this 
ago, will bo found in our engravings numbered 4 (vol. cciv. 
p. 130), 5 (ib., p. 465), 6 (ib., p. 58B), 17, 22, 23, 25, 34, 42, 
47, 49 and 50. 

Having glanced at the materials and structiu-o of the 
armours of the fourteenth centm-y, we will now proceed 
to examine the various parts of the knightly equipment. 
Before entering upon this scrutiny, it may bo as well to 
note generally that the horseman's body-armour at this 
ttme was essentially composed of four defences, worn one 
over tho other: the quilted gambeson, a hauberk of chain, 
mail, a corset of pbte-work, and a second quilted garment. 
This last pourpoint either formed the heraldic surcoat 
ilaelf, aa in the example of that of the Black Prince at 
Oanterbury ; or it became a supplementary garment ; having, 

tliort. M*o. Vol. CCV. • c 


10 Arms, Armour, and Military Utaga [.^^7> 

in this case, a fiftii garb added in the shape of a surcoat of 
some light material. The evidences of this large supply 
of military vestments cannot be deduced from any single 
monument, because the garments, overlying one another, 
do not permit us to see their succession. But from a com- 
parison of scattered testimonies, we arrive at the fact. The 
undercoat of quilting is seen in many examples : among 
others, in those forming our illustrations, Nos. 7 (vol. cciv. 
p. 590), 9 (ib., p. 592), 19 and 27. That a complete hauberk 
of chain-mail was (in some cases, at least) worn underneath 
an arming of " plates," is shewn by the account of Froissart, 
where a knight, while taking off his armour, hears of an 
attack by the French, and hastens to join in the fray clad 
in his hauberk only: — "Messire Gautier Huet ouit ces 
nouvelles ainsi que on lui dechaussoit ses chausses d'aeier, 
et etoit ja desarme a moitie; il eut si grand coite, et si 
ft^tilleusement monta a cheval, qu'il n'etoit vetu que d^une 
seule eotte de fer, et n'eut mie loisir de prendre ses plates ; 
mais, la targe au col et la lance au poing, s'en vint en eel 
etat a I'escarmouche *." The pourpoint Interposed between 
the iron armour and the surcoat is seen in the iUustration, 
No. 19 ; and other examples are furnished by Stothard's 
plates 55, 59, 60 and 66. This quadruple arming is clearly 
marked in the well-known passage of Chaucer's ''Tale of 
Sir Thopas;" where we have the two quilted garments, the 
haubergeon (of chain-mail), and the " hauberk of plate." 
The knight, we are told, put on — 

" Next his shert an haketon, 
And over that an habei^;eon, 
For percing" of his herte ; 
" And over that a fin hauberk. 
Was all ywrought of Jewes werk, 

Fill strong it was of plate; 
And over that his cote-annoure. 
As white as is the lily floure, 
In which he wold debate." — Verse 24, teq. 

A passage of "Eichard Coer-de-Lion" affords a similar 
iUustration : — 

" Suche a stroke the knight hym lente, 
That Richard's feet out of his styropefl wente, 
For plate, ne for acketton, 
For hauberk, ne for gambeaon, 

* Vol. t. p. 6S1. " DefeiuUsg. 


of tht Fouri*ent/i Centurtf. 



Sache a fitrobe he had none ore. 

That dviWp hym halfo so raochc Km." — Page 18. 

The Gambeson in this, as in the preceding century, waa 
of two kinds : that worn beneath the imu eoat, and that 
forming of itself the armour of the Boldier. The first Ib 
seen in our illustrations, Nos. 7 (vol. coiv. p. 590), 9 (ib., 
p. 692), 19 and 27 ; and again in the brass of Septvans, 1306, 
(Waller, pt. 9), in the effigy of De Bohuu (HoUis, pt. 4), in 
tho brass of Wenemaer ( Archfeol. Journal, viL 287), and in 
that of D'Aulvoraoun, 1327 (Stothard, iil. CO). lu uU these 
examples it appears underlying the armour, at the skirt. 
It is seen at the neck of the figure in the effigj* of the 
Count d'Etampes at St. Denis (Shaw'-s " Drt^sses and Deco- 
rations"), and in that of Louis, Comtc d'Evrcux (Guilhermy's 
*' Monuments of Saint-Doniaj" p. 260). It is in view at the 
arm in our engravings, Nos. 9 (vol. cciv. p. 692} and 27; 
and again in Stothard's Gist plate ; in tho effigy of a '* Prince 
inconnu," figured by Guilhermy (p. 253) ; and in a seal of 
Edward the Third. We have seen, from a preceding 
passage of Chaucer, that this garment was sometimes called 
the haketon or acton. The Jtoinan d« Gat/don describes it by 
this name ; — 

"Sor I'anquetoD, qui d'or fta pointurcz, 
VesU I'aubero, qui fiit fort et serrez." 

And again : — 

" Sor Vuaqucton ro»ti r«Tiberc jftzcran." 

Cuvelicr, in the Chronicle of Dugueaelin, uses the same 
word : — 

" Eflcu ot hauborgon lui fu oultre perNiDB, 
Et t'amjuotou ausi, qui fu dc bouquenms,"— Fb/.*.;. 170. 

Froissart calls it the "flottemel." Under 1385, he tells us 
tliat II knight was struck by a dart " par telle maniere riue 
lo fiT lui per?a sea plates, et sa eotto do maiiles, et un 
flotemd mnpU de note rehrse'-," In 1388, the Dake of 
Gnerlcs rfpuir.s to the Image of Our Lady of Nimeguen, — 
"ou il avoit grand* fiance ; et lu, devant IMiotcI, en la 
chapcllc, sc dcsamm do toutes pujoes, ot so mit en pur 
son flotternel, et donna toutes ses armures a V image, en 

la Tcmoreiant et rcgraciant de la 
aroit eue V 

* Tot. IL p. «7S. 

belle joumee qu* il 

* iwd.. p. ni. 


Arms, Jrmour, and Miiitary U$affe$ 


The gambeson, forming alone the armour of the com- 
batant, was the garment of the infantry ; for these, going 
on foot, were altogether unable to sustain thi? burthen of 
the quadruple aniiament of the knights, even If their means 
could have supplied it. TTuder the name nf /uxke/ati, it is 
assigned to the troops of Rul)ert Bruce by a Statute of 
Arms of his reign : — " Quilibet habeat, in defensione regni, 
unura sufficientem actonem, unura basinctum, el chirothe- 
caa de guerra," &c. In the Wardrobe Account of wages 
paid for the expedition against the 8coU in 1322, we 
have: — " De com. Suif., Willolmo de Ryshall ot Henrico 
Poer, oentcnoriis, pro vodiis suis et ccxl. pcditnm, cum 
akton et bacinet," &c. And Walsingham has : — '* Indutus 
autem fuit Episcopus quadaro armatura quam Akeion vul- 
gariter appcllamus." 

The "Arming Doublet," or "Doublet of Fence," of 
which we read at this time, appears to be the same gar- 
ment as the gambeson. It is named in a will of 1400 : — 
" Item, lego AVillielmo Legal imam viridom togam, cum 
uno dublet de fens." (York Wills, p. 257.) In the Astley 
manuscript, printed in the Aroheeological Journal', the 
instructions for the " fighte on foote" name the doublet aa 
tlie tirtit garroeut to be doiuied by the champion, and the 
very curious miniature illustrating the subject" shews us 
that the skirt and the sides of this garment were formed of 
chain-mail. It is no doubt this doublet with gussets and 
skiit of mail which is often seen in the monuments of the 
time underlying the defence of plst^, and which has fre- 
quently been looked npon as a coinpicto hauberk of iron. 
The Astloy MS. is, indeed, of the fifteenth century, but 
may bo fairly accepted as an illustration of the period now 
under consideration. In the Fnstou Letters (i. 40) we 
have " a gown of nissettc and doblette of velvet mayled." 
In the CamptfJi de Vargmtn-u^ of Ktienne do la Fontaine, we 
find, for use of the Dauphin in 1352, "trois aunes de 
camoquas blanc et vermeil, des largea, baill(*03 audit nrmeu- 
rier pour (aire ij. doubles a armer. Pour tout xxiv. escus." 
(p. 144.) 

The " Jack of Defence" bore much resemblance to the 
garments named above. It appears to have been of four 
kinds : it was a quilted coat ; or it was pourpointed of 


of the Fourteenih Ccniury. 



leather and canvas in many folds ; or it was formed of mail ; 
or of small plates, like the bi-igendine annour. ft was occa- 
sionally covered with velvet: — " Item, do et lego Petro 
3tawlev, filio meo, unum jak defencionis, opertum nigro 
Tclveto." (York Wills, p. 150, a.d. 1391.) In the memorial 
for the armament of the Francs -Archers, cit«d by Daniel 
{MU. /ran. i. 242), we read : — " Et leiir fault desdits Jacques 
de (rentes toiles ou de vingt-cin(i, et ung cuir de cerf a tout 
le moins. Et si sont de trente, et ung cuir de cerf, ils sont 
dfts bonB. Et fault que los manehcs soient fortes commo le 
oone, reserve le cuir." The quilted jack was soinetiraeji 
rtuned with silk. Thus, in the Ckronicle uf Duguesclin : — 

" n fut bien arrne* «le ce qu'il luj fuUIi, 
S'ot noe jac<)ue mault fort, de bonoe Boio empli." 

In Capell's " Prolusions" (Edw. Til. i. 2) are mentioned 
"jacks of gymold mail." And Florio renders " Gtiwro, a 
jacke of mailo *." Walsingham mentions the jack as a gar- 
ment of defence: — "quod millc loricm vcl timieas, quas 
vulgo jarkm vocant, rcdcmerit de manibus crcditorum." 
(p. 239, Oil ami. 1379.) 

The Hauberk of chain-mail is worn throughout this 
ccntnry ; not, however, as the principal defence, which 
it formed in the preceding age, but as a sub-armour. 
Gradually it suflered encroachment from the plate fabncs, 
till at length, about the middle of the second half of the 
century, it is scarcely to be seen in the effigies of the time ; 
though still, as wo have mentioned at p. ID, occasionally 
worn beneath the now-fashioned plate -armour. The hau- 
berk is of two kinds — the long-sleeved and the short- 
aleeved. The first Is found in our illustiutions, Nos. 3 
^vol. ociv. p. IC), 7 (ib,, p. 590), 14, 15, 16 and 41, ranging 
m>m about 1320 to the close of the century. Additional 
examples may be seen in the effigy of De Valence, 1323 
(Stothard, pi. 48), that of Septvans, c. 1325 (Waller, pt. 9), 
of Staunton, 132G (Stuthanl, pi. 50), and of Louis of Ba- 
varia, 1347 (Hefner, pi. lo). This last shows tlie continuous 
3 of chain-mail, drawn over the hand. The similar 
c is seen, hanging loose from the wrist, in the illustra- 

* 8m ttlin tho acAt of Mr Way in Uie 

Dt/Hatt wtura lim w« h«T^ fWim Lilr't 
■BBfiliM* mmI Ma CnirlKad,"— "jackaa 

i)nillfid »\A eovertA nilh Imliier. fVutian 
or cMivaa, over tb>ck pUtui of fron ch^t 
«rr» Mw«l to >* Mune." 


Amu, Armour, and ^fi^itary V»agei 


tion, No. 7.(vol. cciv. p. 690) ; and again in the effigies of 
Rudolf von 'ITiierstein, 1318 (Hotiier, pi. 41), of Septvona, 
1325 (Waller, pt. 1»), of Charles crKtamiies, IS^G (Shaw's 
"Dresses"), and of an unknown personage among the 
monuments at .Saint-Deais (Guilliermy, p. 253). The short- 
sleeved hauberk occurs in our engravings, Kos. ft (vol. cciv, 
p. 592), 19, 23 and 27, dating from 1325 to about 1340. 
Other examples are offered by the seal of John, king of 
Poland, 1331 (Sydenham Collection), the effigy of Oliver 
Ingham, 1343 (Stothard, pi. 66), the brass of Wenemaer, 
(Ajchteol. Journal, vii. 287), the Giffard brass, 1348 (Trans. 
of ICssex .^i-chicol. Societj% vol. i.), the statue of the Graf 
von OrlamOude, e. 1360 f Hefner, pi. 146), a seal of King 
Edward III., and the seal of Robert II., king of Sootland, 
1371 (Luiug's "Scottish Seals," p. 8). In some of these 
monuHioiits the sleeve hangs loose over the elbow ; in 
othera it is attached to the elbow by means of a luce and 
round (;!. 

Usually the liuuberk of this century terminates at the 
neck, as in tlie figurtrs of our engravings, Nos. 7 (vol, cciv. 
p. 590), 15, 27 and 3U : see also Hefner's plates 31, 125 and 
156, the broiis of Weneiimer, mentioned above, and the 
figure of Hernabo Vi.sCDnti, engraved in vol. xnii. of the 
Arr.h^ogia. 'ilin continuous coif ia found in the effigy of 
Eudolf von Tliierstcin, 1318 (Hefner, pi. 41): it is there 
repreeentcd as dntwn over the head. It is sTiewm as re- 
moved from the head and lying upon the shoulders in the 
i^eptvans brass, e. 1325 (Uallcr, pt 9), in the effigies at 
Samt-Denis, 1319 and 1320 (Guilhcrmy, pp. 200 and 253), 
and in the statue of the Comte d'Ktampes, 1330 (Shaw''8 
" Dresses and Decorations"), At the sldrt, the hauberk 
usually terminates in a straight line ; but sometimes it is 
made to descend in a point in front, as in our illiuttrations, 
No?. 19, 9 (vol. cciv. p. 502), and 16, dated 1325, 1340 and 

Though, in the second half of the fourteenth century, 
the chain-mail Imubork wjis rapidly disappearing under 
rc|H»atod layers of plato-aniumr, there arc yet some ex- 
amples of knightly equipment at this time in which the 
old fa.shion is retained with a pertinacity not easily recon- 

* Sh aim iho aApM of Jnlm of Kllhitii Md Sir Jnlin At \titAA, e. 1S34 f^ttl- 
ktfd, pt. U and W). 

of the Fourteenth CtrtUury. 


oilable with the love of novelty commonly influonciiig the 
martial toilet. Compare, for instance, the cffiffV of Illiglin 
voa Schoeneok, 1374 (Hefuer, pi. 22), that of Ulrich Land- 
sobadcn, 1309, from hia tomb at Neckarsfcoinach, near 
Heidelberg, here given, and the fine sculpture of Budolf 
fon Sachsenhausen, 1370, figured by He&er, pi. 133. 



From the passage of Chaucer already quoted^, we have 
leea that the word hauberk sometiiiies implied a defence 
" of plat*!." 

The Huubergcon is oceasionally nicnli<ined during this 
century. In tli*! Inventory of Louia Ilutiu, in 1316, 
occur: "Un haubergnn d'acier a muiiicles: Item, ij. autres 
haubergun.s de Lnmbardie." The maniclos proltably meant 
attucheil gloves. The Inventory of the eft'cets of llumphrey 

' P*ge 10. 


Arm$, Araumr, and MiUtary Utagea 



ttf the Fowtwnth Century. 

18 Arms, Armour, and Military Uaagea \3^^Jt 

de Bohun, in 1322, names "un hauberjonn qe est apele 
Bolioun, et i. peire des plates covertes de vert velvet*," &c. 
Bolioun appears to mean, of the manufacture of Bologna ; 
as, in the preceding extract, we have haubergeons of 
Lombardy ; Italy being early celebrated for the fabrication 
of armour. In the Will of Eleanor Bohun, Duchess of 
Gloucester, in 1399, occurs : — " Tin habergeon ove im crois 
de latoun merchie sur le pis encontre le cuer, quele feust 
a mon seignour son piere." (Koyal Wills, p. 181.) This 
custom, of placing some sacred symbol on that part of the 
armour which covered the heart, continued throughout the 
next two centuries : and, indeed, till the disuse of armour 
altogether. In the sixteenth century, breastplates are not 
unfrequently found having an elaborate engraving of the 
Crucifixion in this place. 

The haubergeon is mentioned by Chaucer in several 
passages. In the Prologue to the Canterbury Tales we 
are told of the Knight, that 

" Of fiistyan be wered a gepoiin, 
AUe bysmoterud with his habui^eoon," — Line 75. 

In the " Knight's Tale" of the Tournament we learn that, 
among the companions of Palamon, — 

" Som wol ben armed in an habui^nn, 
In a bright breet plate and a gypoun." — Iam 2,121. 

The Knight, in the " Tale of Sir Thopas," wore 

" Next his Bchert an aketonn, 
And over that an habeijoun." — Page 318. 

To which last, as we have seen, was added a defence of 
plate '. 

Among the Stores of the Castle of Dover in 1361, we 
find " habrejons et autres hemous de mailed" 

Such armour for the breast as in the writings of the pe- 
riod is described under the name plate or plates, has been 
already pretty fully examined''; for, in a subject somewhat 
perplexed, it seemed not desirable to add to the difficulty 
by producing the evidences in two separate places. Kx- 
amples of the larger breastplate wiU be found in our wood- 
cuts, Nos. 10 and 24 ; while of the smaller kind (the piece 
d^acia-), illustrations are given in the figures annexed, firom 

' ArehaoL Jonnutl, ii. HO. ' Archieol. JDumal, zi. 384. 

' AbU, p. 10. * S« p. «. 


of the Puurteenih Cenittry. 


Bamberg Cathedral, date about 1370. The under-arming 
appears to be of splints rivettcd together and covered 
with cloth or velvet ; a delcnc* already examined and 

Other armours for protection of the breast and throat, 
named or depicted in this age, arc the cors or corset, the 
eoinu, the pizainc and the gorget. 

Tho Inventory of Louis llutin in 1316 mentions "ij. 
cors d'acier ;" that of Humphrey Bohun in 1322, "i. corset 
de for;" that of the Karl uf March in 1330, " vi. corsetz do 
fe«r/' In what, if in anythiug, these differed from the 
breastplates already examined, does not appear. A deed 
of tliis time, cited by Ducange, has ; — '* Annaturas etiam 
in dictis galeis infra scriptas habebant, scilicet, in qualibet 
ipsarum, Curacias cxxx , Gorgalia cxxx." The pizaine or 
ptuane took its name from tho French pis, the breast ; 
kitsclf derived from jiectm. The word was applied to horse- 
lamiour us well as to that of the knight. In the Account 
'of Kxpenaca of John of Brabant in 1292, edited by Mr. 
Burtt for the Camden Society, the purchase is recorded of 
strong silk, "ad cooperiendas iiij. paria hcmesii, cum sellie, 
ristis, testeris, picfrig et aliis dc armatuia Ducis Biobantlo" 
(p. 14). The Inventory of Louis X. in 1316 includes "iij. 
coleretes pizaines do jazeran d'acier." The "KomaucG of 
Richard Coer-de-Lion" tells us that the king, encountering 
an antagonist, — 

" Bare awuy hiilfe hia t>cl]eltle, 
HyN puMfn tlierewith j^ui (^on, 
And al»o liU brandellet bon." 

in the "Adventures of Arthur at the Tamewathelan," 
published by the Camden Society, a knight pierces his 

" tliroDgb ventayllo and puBant." — Slanta 48. 

tn the Armory of Winchester College, as appears by an 
inventory taken in the beginning of the fifteenth centur)', 
there were, among other defences, " vii. brestplates cum 
iiij. pusiones 

k it 

{To be continued.) 

• AoU^ikS. 

^ Arolue^. Journal, vol. tiS. p. B7- 



rovwim 07 mitTOir coixioi. oxvou*. 

tax UBLT Lira, vr to thx naciDiTiOK ot m ooiunt. 

[Tax following Atteh tiM fwcit oimpRed I7 the R«t. E. HobhouH, Fellow of 
Alortoo, tVom luftsuscript bio^^rapluM in th« pon«»i«a of bit coll«g«, ctUefly 
thoM or Or. Fnncii A*uct and Mr Jo<«plt Kilnor. Sone of th« Mpon of Ui« 
UtUr diligtnt aDtiquiry Kt« la ptiut in Kn uapubiiibed roliune, eniiLled. " School 
of Pythagoras." This Tolume ii nliubl«, u gitiog muij of the origitul doen- 
manu of the college in exienw. 

WaIt«T da U«Tton is mllcd ihtoughoat, the * fotiodwr,' aa haTtng been Imown 
and honoured in tbac reUctOD bj the present oominler, u wdl a« hb pradcoea- 
aora in llerton resesrchcn. 

The' woriu of Kilaer referred to ia the notet an hi* Wi. hiograpby, and bii 
tnnfcriptt of docutaeuts in tlte colkj|;« muniment-foom Or excbe^oer.]) 

The earliert Uocumentary evidence extant coanecl£ ibe founder 
of Merton Cullege, through propertj? and through hlot>d, with the 
towD of Biiaingstoke- In that town certainly lav the inheritance 
of his mother and uf her numerous kindred, the Henards*, Ohvers, 
Fitx<accs; and there, prohnbly, her sun grew up, amonfcst those 
neighbours who, in their still extant conveyaQc««, delight to call 
the rising elerkut by such affectionate titles as diiectum socium el 
amicum. No surname is ever attached to the father, whoso Chris- 
tian name was William. ^V'e have, iherefore, no ground for sup- 
posing th.1i he had an^' tie iritfa Merton as a birttiploce ur ren- 
denee. And out of what connection the name of df -Merton, by 
which liis Sun Is invariablv deBcribed, arose, whether through birtb, 
or education at the priory \ docs not now appear. 

Mcrion% I know not on what ccrinin CTidcnce, is always stated 
to have been the birthplace of Walter. All that is certain is, 
that his name woii acquired from the prior}'; — sec in his statutes, 
16J+, ^ 19: — " Domm insupcr dc Merton, a qui nomen sortiun- 
tur, grati semper alnt et earn, utpole hujus operis adjutricem 
atudeant adiuvare." 

1237*8. The first docomcnt relating to the founder ttivcs an 
unusual insight into the faintly bisiory. It is a Close Itoll of the 
SSnd Henry HI., (f« Jorao m. It, *< imle habet eartam reffit,) 
entitled, " Inqiiiaitio de Terris Waller! de Merlon in Manerio* de 
Basingstoke," and describes an inquiry held, it appears, at his in- 
stance, in consequence of his being overcharged by the king's bailiff. 

■ Barianl !■ a vIIlBce acar Baringvtoke. Kdmand da Herlard, 1 find, wu Pritw ^ 
MailoniB IS9S. Ser UDgdile's JVoM^tirait. A Hf^tian) wuoneuf Lh» Eio^sJuctica 
imdvr Kinpi Rlotuiil and John. S«« Uadoi, " Bar. A^g.." 2»S. 

' A prcry of Aiutln Cannns fmnded titv« 1 1 1'^ ^>i ll'-nr^ I, and OHbert KaraHii. 
Hogti da U«i< na wu friur I£U1 -ft, probthljr a 1 : nljgtibour of tba fguTi<l«r's. 

Hv <ru fisllowad lijr OUb'Tt di.> Aih*. anMhet - aaoMi Msrtan, M»ld«n, 

and CbMCingtm arvadDolntnv TtlbipM ta Bvmy, iibu- liiiiuiloB. 

« WiOUr had kiudndseUJed in tbatuisbboorinod or Merton, «.([., IVtcr da Codjra- 
too, ibnogb wboa* patnaafa be baoun* Bcetor of Oodjntoo. 

* A mainr In aum nyir. 


Strtch of the Lifr of ffattrr tte Merlon. 




Tbe jury preseni, that Wattcr's uropcrt; cunsists of one virgatc nnd 
»*h»rr, And ten acres of land, atid two tenants ; ilie whole anbject to 
lUe. 4U., payable to the manor uf Itasinfcstokc : that it wan f;i%-en 
hy John Fitz-ace to his nieee Crisiina till her uncle's ileath, when 
it ftfll into the king'8 hands, and was f(iv(;ii hv him to William, 
(a cousin of Richard de Hcrict,) who married CriKtiiia: and that 
William and Cristina demised it to Walter, their son and heir, 
(then called clericus, but wjib do preferment.) They present also, 
tJuat Walter IihiI acqnired some small parcels of pro])crly from lio- 
bertns dc. BasinneS', Walter fil. Alexandri, and Hob. de Wallham. 

The king rentils all demands, and fixes his future paytnents fur ull 
bit property nilhin ihe manor at 15s. per annum, pm omm tenutio. 

Walter Li here atyled clericut^ but withont any apecified pre- 
feraienL He had probably addicted himself to the study of law in 
London, and waa earning bolli tnoncv and influence by the exer- 
die of his talcnti) in that profession. I'or in the conveyance of Rob. 
de Wallbam, mentioned in the Jnauifition, it is ban^ained, that 
Waller, besides paying 50s., is to place the seller "cum quadam 
mmiDi pecutiiie in oUquo servitiovcl ad aliqnod ofiicium addiecen- 
dutn ajMul London aut alibi/' before the feast of All Saints, 25tb 
Ueo. in., (Nov. I, 1940). 

With regard to his education nothing certain is known, lie is 
mifi to have studied firstly at the Priory of Mcrton, and then at 
O»forj ; and both arc more than probable. Ingrain ('* Memorials of 
Oxford," vol. i. p. 3) asserts ibc tradition that he vas an inmate of 
Manger Hall, now the Cross Inn, in the Cornmarket. 

To return lo certainty. His piirenta were both buried nl Ba»ing< 
ftoke, in the parish clinrch ul' St. Michael. Cneiina died first, 
and it was prubably in the recent grief for her loss that he pro. 
cccdrd to tievote the hoiiM ' which he inherited from her to the 
clioritablc purpoi«e of a hospiiiil', "nd su.stentatiuncm pnupcrum 
Chrtsti transenniium," "pro .lalute anlnifc nicic, ct laudabilis con- 
Temliuuts mulieris Cristinn matrts mes, de cuosensu et voluntate 
Domini ct patris mei." 

The exact date of thia deed of endowment does not appear, but il 
teems to have been very sbonly superseded by a aecond, conse- 
qaeni upon the tlenth of bis father. Tbey are both uitnes-sed by 
vxaciW the same persona and in the same order ; in bolb the founder 
is called simply ekricus, and 1 hence infer that tbey are very near 
each other in time. 

Xbe BTCond deed conveys a somewhat larger endowment than 
the firm^; it adds the whole taumentum, or luddinf;, late William 
Cok's, lo bis bouee, which, in consequence of the Rrnt deed, had 

* TW MnvByftOce of tbHD moall panwb ar« in the H«rU» cxcbeqwr. with Mv«raJ 
etlirn, kII u< •Inl««l. Sm tnuucr^jiU iu K!Idit'* Appi-tiillz. 

' " llliiuimi i(aad qMDdua U'lll* le Cuk tcnuit dc ■nUcsBCiribiu bi«U." 

t Hit tbilioktioa it, " Dm rt gtoriuwr Virgiui Uuitp ^ractrld bqc^ «t vcfMmbEU 
PkUutio wrr> S. Jitanni U«[iU" 

k It aim mU^ " ptQ aUvt* fivn-madi IHB mA, Mti Uourid BagW." Dots thb 
bnplj tbt eaJoyiDiBt tS tba roy*! jAtroiu^ ? 

22 Sketch of the Life of Walter de MertQH. [Jal;r. 

been kiiuwii as Manxvm S' Joannia. It was lu ciubntce a larger 
scope of charily, — the support of niinisiers of the nllar, "ad ejccsla- 
lein et iinljecillitatetn vergeiitiuiii,'* as well aa of the pour travellers. 
The lirciliren of the lu»<pital %vere (o holil of liiiii aiu) liis heirs, 
tantfuam patroni, in pure alma; subject only to the nmiiicenanec of 
two wiix lights at St. Mary's altar lit Basingstoke Church, which 
lijrIilH his parcDtii IifuI habitually uflfered there. 

There is no mention of a chapel attached to tbeha<;pital. Indeed, 
the institution must have been on the very humblest scale, com- 
mciH'ing with no enilowmeiit but lliat of a single lumse, antl de- 
pendent on the volnnlary services of brethren, and on llic alms of 
the neighbours. 13ut it seems to have become at once an <ibject of 
general rej^ard aniungst his felliiw-lowiisnirii, fur ibe deed^ nboiic 
ih'iR time are niinieroiis which convey small parcels of land to the 
brethren and sinters of Si. John. We may prcsnmc that the dona- 
lions of other than real property were still more frequent. 

To continue ibe history of this hospital. The founiJer did not 
spare liis tfrowiti}; interest In hif;h quarters to advance hih cherielied 
nn<leruktng. In the STth Ilcn. III., June 25, 1253, the king at 
Huwick (qy. Soiithwick) grants to the master and brethren to have 
a chantry in the hospital cha]>cE; and July H, 1253, ttie founder 
got ft confirmation of his last endowment from the king at Ports- 
mouth. In 1262 (Jtdy 8), the king at Canterbury, surrounded by 
hia chief statesmen, in u deed coiumencing with an intiated pream- 
ble on the duty of keeping ihe clergy irom poverty, makes the 
hospital of St. John a royal foundation for the support of needy 
ctei^y, "et paupcrum ibiilcm anfirmnntinm." The fruits of this 
royal patronage were the enioyiuent of a free chapel and freedutn 
from all aecular service. The founder is here styled clerieus, and 
familifiris tiostfr, and also canonicus U'el/eitsis. 

In 126^, tlic freedom of the cbu]>el, of its ^rvices and oblatioDS, 
was secured by ihe highest cccleaiustical authority. The ileed of 
Cardinal Oltobon, the papal legate, securing this freedom, is in good 
preservation in the exchequer, in duplicate, with perfect seal. 

The future history of ibis hospital belongs rather to that of the 
college than of the founder of Merton. We must now return to 
his personal history. 

By the Inquisition above named we learn that the founder was 
in holy ordem in 1238. In 1249. in a grant of free-warren uitbia 
the iluinesne lacHls of Maiden, adjoining tlu* parisli of Merton, he 
i* styled by the king cliriois nosUrf winch pmhidily means eilher 
that he was a chaplain, or that be practised in the king's courts. 
He must by tluB time either have had good prefcnnent, or the 
more proflublc employment' of a canonist, or both, as he declare* 

' Sm Sffutrmn A.hI. Brevium. !n Bibl. Cotton, f. IflO. Walter i» mentioned u 
Prot-honotiirinm Cattcmttariar, in which CHjiacil^v liv franivil w.'tim^ uiefiil wriU. Tb« 
(tt» of tlii* (iffiw wore DPMlciOTwble; e.g. Anuo I". JoMunls, oac niwk of gold for 
iliv CtiiinL-rllor, one lilrc-r fbr the ViM-Chan (cellar, on* allver ftw the ProtlionoWry. Si« 
Kiliii-r, ]>, ll. 


SkeJch of the Life r^f Waher de Merlon. 


that he acquired these Iniids hy his own industrj, (Stat. Coll. 
Men., cap. i.) 

He certainly obinincd preferment '■ from Nicholns He Famham 
(his countryman). Bishop of Durham 1^41 — 1^-18; biitaswchave 
evidcDce of hia irealjn}; for the lands of Maiden, &c., as early as 
24 Hen. III., 1340. he must tiare found oilier means of making bis 
industry profitable. 

The dueuments relating to his acriuisitiun of the Surrey estates. 
Maiden, Farlei<;h, Clicssington, (and lutcr), Thorncroftaml Leather- 
head, are very cuiiiplete, and tlicy shew tbc complicated dealings, 
«bich ttic feudal tenure nimle necessary for ihe conveyance of 

PJaod, especially of such as was to be placed in mortmain. 
The advowsun of Maiden with Chesstngton was granted to him 
by the Priory of Mcrton ; that of Farleigh, by the Priory of 
Tortington, Sussex. 
I2:J4. In 12-54 or 5 we liave evidence of his being Chancellor,. 
T>r holding some office that gave him at a distance the repul«tiou of 
be:ng Chancellor. It is derived from letters' frum the Bishops of 
St. Andrew's niid Glasgow in tichalf of Nicholas Corbet, the king 
of Scots' kinsman, a Scotch suitor In Chancery, in which Walter is 
^H catted CanceUaritts Hcffh. As he was prothonotary (see supra}, he 
^f xnight, by the Scotch bishops, have been mistaken for the superior 
^ officer; perhaps he held the office for a very short time, for in 
J2oG, in a grant from the king of some Inud at Basingstoke, he u 
styled simply cUricia noster. 

In 1257 be 3p[>ears as witness to a charter, in company with 
others of the king's council. 

In 1258'", May 6, be was certainly cntriwted with the great seal, 

and left by the king, when he wiUidrew birnself from Loudon, to 

settle with the pojie's le^ralc the grant of the kingdom of Sicily 

from the pope to Edmund, Earl of Ljincaster, the king's son, and to 

cL the seal to any letters or pcwen rchtting thereto. 

In r2r>9% June I"), tlic kuig presented him to the prebend of 
Caniler's, or Kentish Town, in St. Paid's [tcde vacante) : this was 
•oon alter exchanged for that of Holywell, nuw called Finebury, in 
the same Church. 

^ Tli« rwtutj of Sodf^G^ld. m. nf Ihithavu, lie held till hi* ricuth. S<y> hi* vrill, 

whereiD ho diaptwerl nribe proltbi ofthjit r«rt<>rj' aiiruinjf aflcr hi< <;i)iMrcT»lion. Hr 

■3*0 bxiunthed to the poor of StaiDdrop. co. of Darlutin, l«-<:»t5 tiiAiko, uiid tik<>wix« 

, tmb« )iy>r of otliw (jlaciM whero he hpld prefcrtnfnt. with bcqiiMU to munkii at New- 

i*tl«> and l(^ioI. Jle n-cdilntu .rhiJi bUliop mnongvt otlirr linurfiirtorii for irbiwo 

DoU 1ii» first coll'gG nt Maiden wu tncaot to hilivccdu. Of Nicbolu Fimihaiii'B 

tWming, M« A. WtK'^'ii " ARnolc," 1220. 

' R}inor*t Fivfim*, torn. i. n. TiTO. tniriwrnxxl Ity Kilncn-, App. NoiIV. p.lM. Ilffcirv 
W«Bianiii eoLCtfoilMl W. \iv Kilkenuy in clie cliannllonliip uu thv eve uf Epljiluuiy, 
SSthUni. ]|[., J«i>. S.ISA^. l-nt. ItolU, ni.l5. 

' OtL Hot. lVt.4Siul lion. 111. "Snpl". Alitii, ■ugrnlMtin' Hen. d« Wmighatn [jodiIiih' 
inflmnu, tt xigtUaoi rctnuuit pcna Duum W'm. da Mcrton." 8eo ChiuD. T. WiluM, 
.p. SS. 

I • Id ttie+Wi llMt. III., la."!?— flO, two Chaaijet; rwwrd* oocnr, ummri "d* mdink. 
[liam WKltcri dv U-rt<>n."-iVyNiw'/ CtU., p. 06, tnnkl«t»l hy Ribior. 



SteicA of the life of Watter de lifertoH. 


On July 4 he was coIlAtcd by Uic BiBhop of Exeter to n prebend 
in that church. 

Ill 1200 ho was Chancellor, but wns soon rcmov«t1 br the 
bnrona; but in 1261°, white the Court kept WhifsontiHo nt Win- 
chester, the king restored him, (as Matthew of Weslminster de- 
clares, ineonsuUo haronaffio,^ with cccc.^ marks per annum ; and in 
126U, Jan.29, he is joined with Philip Ba«set, theChicr>Juiuice,and 
Robert Walerand, to treat with three deputies of the disaSected 
barons, and lo rc[»oTi to Kichnrd. king of the Romans, the king'a 
brother, as referee of the disputed pnints''. Both these names are 
of great interest to the sons of Merton; the lirst as n great patron 
of the founder, and the second as the husband of the pious GU 
CoDiitisSK, to whom they owe one of their ohleut benefactions, 
the manor of Thomcrofi, io Leatberhead. Sec Wood's " HisL and 
Anliq.," lib. ii. pp. R5-6. 

H 18 preferments still continued to grow, for the king, who was sore 
prcsseii for money, (as ap]K>ars by a letter, translated from Tower 
Bolls, of Sept. 13, 1362,) bad no mode of paying him 50 ready'. 
He presented hiui in tbisyear to the church of Preston in Ander- 
ncss, Lancashire, and to the prebend of Vaiesbory, in Sanim. 

The king was now in France, and in a rcry forlorn plight. Mit 
Chancellor, whom he left in England, mtiat conset^ueotly have bad 
tbc chief burden of a troubled and ilUgovcmcil kingdonl lyinp upon 
him. There is a letter from John Mansel, the kinp's secretary, 
written from l*oria in 1262, in which he speaks of the king being 
at Rhcims, with rery few of bis own people about him, and hcnt on 
making a progress through Burgundy. IIo hegs for the ChHncellor'i 
commands, and a report on the state of the kingdom, (Rymer's 
Fad., i. 752.) From hence wc learn that the king was not only 
absent, but ignorant of his kingdom's atfairs, and that even bis 
liccretary was looking to the Chunccllor at home for commanda. 
It was probably during this trying period that the Chancellor's 
character most fully shone forth, and that be earned the high 
opinion which, It is plain, the whole of the royal family entertained 
of bim, — witness the fact of their all contributing in some way to 
the fuundatioti uf bis college. 

In 1263 the Bishop of Worcester (Cantihipe) wrote lo him, 
begging him to persuade the king to accept the barons' terms ; in 
which entreaty he probably Eiuccecdcd, us a &hurt peace ensued. In 



■ pTTBiin gini tin} )»tt«n siUravod to Wahar da MvttOB m CbaaeeDet', tftli Hm. 
[tt, tfWMbl4iit h)r Kilctor. 
V lihmU Roll*. 4&ib Hvn. IIU ad ttulmialiomm nri t* Oamettlaria ww/rw. 

A.n. I86t. T. WiUM i— " Ann. I>6i W. itc UvtUm Ucta* cut m*to* ifgil •igilli." 
'* 'IIm l«Lt«r uf Kiclutnl, king nf tUa RoaLsiK, iUm Urinif tlio fillitra uT llili tvSunncv, 
u givm by Rymcr, torn. !■ pp- 73S. is -, Kilocr, p. 133. 

' Til* proraM hMb)W4l of llturch potronav" wui Ih^ onrnnuw Kuwt« tit rMnTJitut tiM 
eloru'al MrrvaiiUi of ihp rn>»ni ; »itiMN* JiKi 'tn, 

wbou Mid to b4Tii 1ml IIk- t&njcat Clnrcli r< "p 

\a Biij ■fTA. (Kiltwr.) H« wm l«pd Knr|ieri>i ■.>■. i-i'i ■^■m> ><• ..•>. ,,-.i— .i. • 


Annah of Jfindsor. 


ic wwnf ycAf he ha<l the more dlffiriilt la*>k Inid upon him of pro* 
miivv fur Huberi du Kevill, wlium tin.- kut^ hail |i1uecf) in 
■ 1 ill ihc coiiiitktt Ijt'juriil 'IVciit, iRynier, i. p. 772,) to 
huUl ihnn ijtMiit ihc rrheln. Later in this year, (Sept. 18,) llio 

kitifz ret 

fi trom Kriglnncl, and Icf) the senl in the keeping 

of Xicuhis tic Kly, from wlmin thr Imrons lind hefore obtninctl it 
Pt.Thfl|M ibis was a toward dis^Kiisatiun fur our founder, nho wjis 
Ica» prumiiient as an object uf iittiick in (lie riuls nbieh ensued in 
T^ni, 130I> ill London and eWwhcre, and in wliich his prulK-ndal 
house at riiiahiipv vins iilinidi-rcd. This viulcnce produced a Idler 
frum ibe kin^ to ihe niiiyor ol London, enjoining bini forthwith to 
rescue the bite Cbuiicctlor's pru|tcily. 

His rcleiiHC from office psivc him Iciswre for other thon^hts nnd 
otiier btisineM, more in kcepint; xviih liis saered chamclcr. The 
kinj;, beinj;; in this inten-al whullv under Ihc [K>n-er of the barons, 
obinined from them letters of safetfiifin! protccliiiK the ex-Ch«n- 
CcUnr while keci)ing residence at Ids vaiiuim pieicrinrnta. This 
was a scn'icc of no nlight danger, hs it involved travelling fnitu 
Durluini tu l^oneaahire, Kxcter, Sali>ibnry, and St. Paul's. This 
leller* was of ct>un)C in the kiujt's name, but dr Consilio Jfaronum, 
which shews in wIioec poner he was. KcvcrLbeless, we may sup* 
poee llint he gladly obtained any nieastire of safely fur bis faithful 
ftcrrant ; and cerluinlv llie fuunder's Ix-noficiiirieti owe a debt of 
srQtitude for the repose ibiiii ubmineii. which he emploved in ripen- 
ing his plans fur the fonndnllon of the house on the manor of 
31ahlen, mid in drawing tip siatutes for its regulntion. This Or- 
fiaahif is dated in 13G4, but has no month assigned to it. In the 
Itatutes uf 1370 it is B|>oken uf as having been executed tempt/re 
iHrhalionh Anyllttj but afi ihc baronial war ivent on unappeaK^d 
tbrvugb the whole of that year and the following, until tbc bnlile of 
lun, Aug. \, it ia beyond our power Lo give any exactcr date. 


"of thp niiihoTs or this votiimc tinving', from hiH residence in Wimlsor 
in itie ff-M \^-ift, illirrtrd hin nllf-nlinn Ui inipiovoiicMts and nllcra. 
lions in the nruis anil nppro.icli''fi In the tnwn atul cuflli) uf WitKlyur, lila 
notice brcamc uatnrBlly tttnii'tl lo nn invcEttifntiuu oCiVi earlier liit^Uiry niid 
fanan eonditlou. Tlie two vu1iimi'!< In-fore u» me the reeall of Ilie conibinrd 
lalicNff of liImMtIf and Mr. Dnvi<i. ntiil ihey huve not r^pmcd any pains to 
iiilrr Ihcif uitilcrlBkiiig full and coniplrte. Ttii' nurk, for llie mort putt, 
a cliBptiir 111 encli oionnich's rciu'ii. — a nmplc itiutliutl of prucet-dinif, 
[csntir tu the cunipilei^ aii'l taute reaililr acie^kiblu lo tliLvv in uueet 
»nnattDo telatiug to a particular uhjeL-t orpvriud— one tendinis lo keep 

fltar. H«o. Veu CCV. 

n'MToI. iLp.llXiR. 
i]T.>wn. ]ty liobt-rillirti 


Annah of W'uidsor. 


rnch suhjfct diiitinct; nnd r,n n r««iill. wc Itnvp here Wfore w & very clear 
fatrtnricnl nntliiie cirthr cluef building in (ireiit Hriuiin. 

Tlierc docB nut nppenr any Bufficient reiu'on wbj^ Wintkor nu urigloAth 
fixed u|'on ns a ruynl rurtii-sis. It liul nut aiiy previotiH cona«xion witl 
Roiuan or AngltcSiuofi occupation. Tlic Uuiuaiis may tinve placed a hdii 
colony a few miles (o iht; itorlli-west, bul tliey never fonniHl a crttlrnier 
at Windsor itself. Nor does it nppenr ever to have bet-n a mtuatian tiiof 
for Ihvir residence by any nf the An^lo-Saxoii kings. It >*a« not, iiid« 
a placu of any note uiiiil tbi; time of Kdward tlie (JonrKftxor: hf. waa ll 
fii^t peruMi) wlio kept bi« court liere. Proliahly from ibis fid, if not fnn] 
the uxialencc of « roy«i foreat wbcre he might enjoy the plensiircn of tlil 
chase, or from both circtiniBtances iinilrd. William the Conqueror nvf- \t 
duccd lo build a caMl? at Windsor. Yet tlierc is noMiing in iih nBttiri 
poiiiiion that would hare iuOuenced itn choice »» ppciiliaHy wll ftdnpt^rl fu 
a fortre^is. and the Conqueror must have FcieL-iiM] it as a rrsidcnce fiotn otil 
or both of the pi-ccediit^ cauitcK. The building ia one of the few memiunclf 
Ds ba\iiiK been erected before he made the great uirvey of the kiu^hnn' 
It is iieeuleiBS to add, that not a single veMige of tliis nork exi^-lB at prestint: 
though mills at Etoo and Clewer mentioned in Domesday, and namvd In thu 
ntne record, still exist oq the same spot wbere thtry stood eighl bundrc 
years ago. 

It i* tlie castle at Windsor, more than all it« other aamciations. that hu 
made the place to memorable in £ngli»li annaU ; and ve ahall conwqueiilt] 
g;i%-e a brief account of its enrUer Itistoi y. No great amount of credulity 
taxed when vim stale that the Conqueror'* caslle tvas most probably tttnill 
to the type of Norman fortre«e« erected cUewhore. such as F«l>i»e, Ovi 
Domfraiit, and Vire, in the North of France, and the White To<«er, Guile 
ford, Rochester, &c, in England, conaiitling aimply of a large squnrc kcc 
and encircling curtain-walls. Tltl^ plan was imitAted iu varioun placea u{ 
to the end of the rrig:n of I^(^nry 11., when the squnrc or polygonal kec 
be<;ame rounded, or Tnrlotisly modified in iiB outline. 

The Conqueror resided in Ihe cnatle in 1070. tt was alreaily URed as a 
Blate prison by Kufiis in 1095. In tbo ri-ign of Henry I. a chapel was 
built, and dedicated lo the Confeesior, and it mny be presumed that other 
wurks were Ciuricd out, but no entries respecting ihem have been prei^ervcd 
amongst ihe few otHcial accounts ofllie reign. Nothing seems to hiLve bceii_ 
done by Stephen. The tiiHtc of liis succeiisor, IIt:nry lt„ wns much inrned^ 
toward* mititnr)' architecture. He cnused lnrgc oHtlnyt) to be mnde n\ 
I 'rid gen "fib, CUr<*ndon, Slirewobwry, Dover (which In entirely built). Uerk-1 
hsmpsleftd. Ileirfiird, the Peak, Scarborough, Orfurd. Bogi^, Notlitighar 
&c. Windsor was not forgotten. Fioni the 10th to the 29tb year itcarl] 
£(iOO vrtTC expended in works, which was equivalent to nearly the wfauli 
cost of Dover, and mure than il took to build MKne of the preceding cafttl< 
entirety. Hcnrj' IU. added largely to the coAtle. not only by the erectic 
of many new buildings, but, in accordance with the great lote he had fa 
ibe arts, by greatly enriching the chambers with gilding and oilier deuori 
tinns. A search through the CInude and Libcntc lloUs nf this reign, or, ii 
a more acce«*iblc form, tbrmigh Mr, Parker's " Hi-torj- of Domesiic Art-bt 
tectiire." and Kastloke's " History nf Materials furr Oil. Painting," shew hut 
itiNi'i tliU nionareb did lo advance tlie arts of tirchitt-dure. fculplure, an( 
;< iihiiiig, It is true that no corif'pieuuuH remains e\\^\ in mark the snecei 
ol' Int. own |)Mliouuge, bul the etl'-ct^ of the Htimnlns he imparled nru pefJ 
peliully crident In the works created durin)[ the reigns oflulwud I. and II 


AnnnU {/ ff'indsor. 


periml of ht1f-]t*cet)tuTy. or rntlicr more, when ttie arts rose lo Uie greatest 

icitrliL of perfeclioti th^y bave ever attninetl in ihU counliy. 

Tlw gcnemi nnd^r tvvuld only be perplexed if we Iried to point oat th« 

I spots where thesr earlivr works were carrird oii. So complBte, tn(lp«l, 

btca the pro^rew of detitmctmn, ihaL ncitrcely a fraumetit of thin period 

aa been left to tetl »ny archilectural liUtory. Where ther^ originally 

iOcd »o much that was gmnd nnd imposing, so much cxhihiting tlitt 

eftuta of Knglish nrtUU. it Is douMy lo I>g lamented ihal ticnriy sll 

did have 1)€cn swept Awny ihnt cinnnntcd from the PlnnlA^cnrrts. 

During the reign of tlint viciorinii^ sini nobtC'hearted monarch, Edward T., 

Wtodsor Castle wax Itllle freqitented by the court. In the commeiicemrnt 

of his n.M^n lii* ihuughta were fully occuptcd by the statu uf afTuini in 

Oasoony: and though he wiis brought up ai Windsur, though lie held hern 

■ C|dMiiiid tournament, the armourers' and (niiurs' bills for which wiU be 

■ laating anli()usrian curiosity; thongli he granted a charter for the fir»c 
to the bcirougti, and. riftcr some delay, allowed it to return bui^gvscea 

parhament — lie never followed the example uf U'u ancestors by keeping 
i» Chnktmaa here. Ilia Tirtuous and beloved queen shewed bi:r partiality 
or it by reaidiog here on aeraral occAsions, IJere she gave biith to three 
uf htr rltildren. 

WhiUt King John was here perpetually, wc trace hiii aon Kilwatd but 
••Uom. and Kdw4nl II. ahto but rnrely, thuugh h« kept his ChrUtmaa here 
U the yean 1308. 131'i, and 1314; which the edilfin of the " Annnls" 
would hav^ found in the atlcstalionB of the Pitlt-nt HolU of the rci{;n. 

In looking into the vcstia;es of ancient Windsor, we have. howvTcr. slill 
the ■ali'tfaction of beholding a guod deal that wn? hitilt by King Edwai-d IIL 
la 1343 be had held a great nAsemhly at Wiiidaor of kiiighu and esquires, 
ia inulaiioii of the round Inblo of King Arthur, out of which originated, 
bar or 6vo yean afterwards, th« tiuutut:un uf tlte Order of the Uartcr. 
KtKrly conlemporaxwoQsly.he founded the cuUeec of Sl George ; ntid iheKO 
two fuuadalious ** nece«>srily requited additional sccomniodni ion within tlte 
walla of the castle fur the reaidence of the cU8to«, canon«, and other ufficeis 
of the college, and the pcriixlical nccommudnlion and entertain tncnt of the 
U Ktr«iidin){ the frnntn and cervmonivs of llio oidur." As very frc- 
ly hap[>c-hH when |H*(iple ore in doubt or dif!u:iilly what to do in 
g, huijdi'ig. or beautifying their own i-c»ideiice, ihcy cMch the hint 
ir sagge«iton of a frii^nd how to Ml abuuL it. no it happened with King Ed- 
ward ril., who, being straitened for want of room to extend hiji hmliliitgii, 
look advantage of a auggestiou offered him by the kinga of France and of 
Scotland, who were prisoiters together at Windtuir during part of iho years 
13&6-7. and induced him to extend tha coblIc eastward of the keep : — 

" TIm two Ughv wards," saj oar auUxKs. qaoUiig Stowe, -* were buildtd bj S-1watd 
til, sntslnly, im apoo ooesrion. as Is reported, KriiUTiettvyagahiittbsFreneb kbr 
Joha, Bbd &t kJBg af Scots, David, botli oT tltem prlMXisn st ma tins ia tl>e ol3 
ostW of WtmUor, as Is «lil t wb«c* hning «i«it«d by the Ung. or r)dU^ tog«th«r with 
li(a<. or wstkuip tofokber ia that srooiul whera tha two wardt be now, as a pam-l of bis 

Crk, Ihr »lr.iiii;rr> I'omtiMndinK Ctu litnatiaB, and jwhpnf{ thp cutic to have been 
itm hwM III iluti pliec tlisn where' it wv, sa bdn^' on oSgnor ^Tound, snd wore open 
is v snd lu tie msm n&t oO, tUe kin; n]ipMr«<l thrir uyinf*, Sliding plosMntI/, tnaC 
It sIlMliI M he, sod tint lir wuul<l hring ha r»(U- tliitbir ; Uut » to ax, «nltTK« It ■> 
far Willi t«o oilwr tmrd^ the clurf^ wticrtof ■huuld be boruo vrilh tbvir two nuisoiDi, 
as aftsr ii omr to psa," 

On the (ipinioti given in this very remarkable anecdote very few people 
wouUt did'cr. It was probably much better than would be obtained from 
ft prafessianal architect at tfao present day, and it had, moreover, the ad- 

os ttie c< 

ww u I 




Annah of Iflndior. 


vanln;^ ibat llic kdvuer of ibn Ci-owd hod to pay. inKte*d of reoriving. a Tr 
fur lUe cniiiiniiiiiciilioD (if bis idea?. 

Wc iiuTT coiDv Ui an important pericx) in IIhi Krcbilecluret bulury 
■\Tirwlwpr. Very estennive ojioratiooti were cajried on fruno llio T«w 1S4I 
lo 1374; t)ic )fr«it«r pnrt. Iioirrv^r. witq cx<fouteU b«twe«ii I3d0 kml iLa 
Utter yejir. lo the ynt 1356 Willinm of Wjkolinm wm Appointed sur* 
Teynr of iha kiiiif's ivorkt nt tits CMtls. When be wm« ntll^d in tl* 
oanlle conxiKlvd of two liajiys, namely, the w«^tcm and th« kr«p. Ilii 
eaMt«rii l>:iily wu t)ie otiw Kiigeextnl by (lie inipriooneil kiit^x, anil v\ 
this Wykeham'a tntenU ntre il)>p|iiyrd. On ttir IxiiliUiig* ol lliix portiuii4 
of the cutle na many ns DCO miftona vietf. employt^d, tit a cliarifc for ihaj 
iMt scvi-n Tciirs of Wylcchnm'H f>uperiat(>ii(lencc uf £IJ,8U2. nr neur £.ft(),una4 
at the prcaent raltie of moniry. Undoubltdly Mme few fra!;iiu>rit& still-l 
remain beloii^nar to the penod wlipn thcfw ivurka ^sex^i oxEoiiti^l. hui ihey 
arc of not much importance, nor could lliej' be viewed wUhuiii coneiderabia 
difficulty. We thirriTurc r-.-fer our mor« curious rrader? tu the account of 
them written l>y i'rofe&sur Cockt^ivll in th€ Pronx-diiii^s of the A rehxu logical 
Joeiitute nt Winchester, iind to nnotber paper on the fianie sulijfvt, tvritleti 
by Mr. B'oie, in the A rciixolu^'icul Journnl for lHAb. The fuhject. bow- 
ever, is capable or b«iiii^ fi>llowi;d much luilbtr by ruferniiK It) the oiiginaH 
Kxpence liullf, which arc belter worth consulliDg Uiin either uf lbr»«| 
accurate obwrverp. or than the imiiorfed extract* given in Calendar*. W« 
had ceitainly expected to End Aocne new aom-ce* of tnformntioti op<^ned la\ 
ua cotierrniri^ llii* interesting period orarr.'tii]«i^tur-e. And if any Calendni 
of the mi.icellenorrM documi'iiln of the Kxcbi'qiirr liad been printed, w< 
can hni-dly doubt at lea^t Ibis intiex wimtd hari^ nltiacled 1)iq «ell-| 
directed labours of the autborti of the " AimnU of Windsor." Of ntl arcbi. 
tecnrat <ity)ei), or tnnsilinn from one style to another, the ohanifs from the 
Decorated to the PerpemliculHr itr thai most nerKiin]^ explanation and most 
duserviiig enquiry. ]-*very tiew fact ^eaiied in tliitr depnrtmiMit is of 
vntiie, and every entry cormcctiiiir Eircliiteciure with liio luapter iniud of 
Wtlliaio of NVykehaiti ihruwir new litdianee over a name thut will be always 
held iti the hiifhest honour ai>d affecliun by Enciit^niei), 

Tri prir^tre the architectural history of Windsor Cn«tle after the dayA of 
Wyliehmn would be to follow a phnntum; it would niily he Intring Ibruuf^t/ 
su(.'ces«ivir sUt^riit what ira.i, iliiriiiif the rrfiKox of the PlfinUrgeavtv, a tiul) 
nngiist [mIv, and ri^lit tvonhy uf a ruvnl traidcnce, till w« ulih^vo il do- 
bawd, rnotilaled, and de»tru>ed. Yet thetv waa one acldillon ninde b) 
Qut>*n Kliziibuth that bn» nialerially aililed to t)i« accomniodatiun nmll 
ircnenil ili.^niiy of Wirwl'iur Caittle. It is lo this quetni that ttre rnftllc U 
likdeliird for the lerrar< — orte uf ita sirikiriK; Attd iiiai;nificent fenlureSil 
Previously to its cutisliuulion, ihr^re ap[>flHi-s to Itave been merely a wooden > 
railing to ke«p up ihr; bank. Tbi» old fence ta rcpmaerried in llocfiiayls'* 
view, publinliin] about \'ilo, which (urmR one of the nninerous and most. 
Interesting illu«imUoirs of the volumes under notice. During aeireu yeari 
nt this period ax much as £7.800 wvre fxpendwl by Eliiitbelh in ratloui 
works, aad uf tlii» amn na much HH £I.BOO wui l.)id out in Ibe ru-roaliunj 
of tlw terrace. Of all the arcbitevtural uiidL-tt«kiiii;t for two cvnluiit-i 
before ber, ur two c«iituri«s later tbaii her reign. Utis utut tho motl «uc 

After Ibis relga v«ry little was dotie to the enatle until the tine 
Or-ta^ IV., who concwivrd the id«a of rrpairinif and t '' ' -; 
for bin rmidence. Ki|fbt coniinia»ktacrs were appointe^l rki 

luio eflvcUnoi one of whom aceiD to baT« pouwed the «U|£titc»t un'jwipdg*! 


AmmiIm qf If^indaor. 


9$ archilectiire ; and tBey wcro elill more unforlunale in ralTing into the 
lisnOi of « buiMvr nho na» equxUy iiiiaoqtiMiiiied with tho |)riricipli>it or 
tfrm" f>f Gothic, lie made a jiinn to 9'iit tlic t^uui in* cuinfidcrivi st 
"it it soon ati{tenrp(I llmt the £15<l,0UO voted )>y I'arliiimrtit 
I'l'qtjritr fur llio i.-oin|iIi'tiun of his (lehi);n. In Ills eiiitence 
•ire ■ tl ivait vtnlcd |iy tlic iix-liilect tliml the commi^Moiiers 

tvpf foi': :i<'iried fttiy ^rmenil jilnn. Tlw iic<:vf«ity Tor Morko be- 

Diore Bp|ianrrit to liim as he advanced; roofa and Oi^ork wore touiicl 
•otUo, fatiritlatiun» mfccnim ; insli-jid of a repair, ever) titiiig nns fe^uirifd to 
k doQR arri;«b. and •-') a nt^coiwir}' canm>qiicnrc, further gmiiU ncre re- 
1. M (lt»t ill aKltiii),' for it in 1828. it nnii Unlird thnt ns much na 
S.()00 had liecn cspi>iidi^d in four yefira, and £211,500 mute n-^r« 
to lie provided to complut» the undertaking. Other grama wer« 
by I'arlium<*tit. and ptcriuiu to the yew 1830. for building, as much 
tit? .600 hnd bevn i-.\pi;tul»d, and £267,000 Tor ruritisliiii^, ur i total in 
the *a yvan uf £794.300. 

Willi thi« viiurmutis outlay, it roiglil have beea suppoied ererylhiny 

would httvw bwun ac*;om['li"hed tlint tiic mobt a\»ricioiis arcliiti't,'! CMutd 

have drM^uvd. But huw little ai-e [M-opIv aH-xrn tluit ihiK outlay vox* ordy 

pt^panlory to a flKi*d annua] cliari^K, whiidi olliimtply iiii»«d lht> outlay 

I' rvigii of Willinm IV. to Uu! sum of one milliuQ one hundred and 

r iti<jtt«.ind one hundred and spventy pO'cidn. \r. far na tliu 

of proprtly adjaci-'iit to the royal dmnainw in conccnicd. tint 

11 rn-ny l-nve Ix^i^n r.»t>nlial. and liiive been judieion!>ly miule, lint 

lite la*>iif th»t dirrclrd the btii'diiiga ia much mure (|kiestionnl>Ie. No 

oppurlutiitien fur lUc din^ilay of skill and gt^nltis could hnvo been inoia 

farounble iban tho<e offiTLd to Wyntrillc; hut utterly unnrquaititcd uiib 

til* nndulalini; bnd i-xpitriMVC spirit of military ttixiiitcclure. wiiliout an 

bU« of what coiilribiited to pit:tiin'!<q<ieiteji>« of cfTtcl or grandeur in <:om- 

|M»i!i.i:). formtl, shnllow, ujiinie to hH niiiigltid Biylen, crnTi)i<ad, flat, and 

h« tui» rncnmbflred the iioblcat fite in Kiifjiaiid with a pile rn> 

'...... ..;iitiiiL< of f^^udal or miUtfliy mnirnificcucu. nod. it mny be added. 

ffcarce wonby of Die re«id«tice of her Miitje^ly Queen Viclnria. Tlw niil- 
Iwn that wa> lavivhe) away in tbe rcij^u of Ge^i-fn> IV. did nothintf for 
art or architecture; it advanced neilhrr. And now a liiKl'Ci frcliti^ for 
botb be^fina to be more genemllj dilTu«rd. ttiey «ee the dflt-cis that dia- 
eracc a fwrmcr ajje, nnd grow acul>^ly tlvwiuua of aeelng them nmciidcd, 
Tbe nxtiun bekp.-iM lo ave that, after all, it is mor« for the )^lory of Ibc 
Cnwntry at brv^ than ii can possibly bft for the honour of the inrnntos, that 
^^InTlaor Cm'ilir aboutd be mudo the r.obleat edifice in Great Britain. 

A» everjlhiocr rcntrc* in the cattle, we have left oumelvea but Utile 
to notitc other pnrti'His in tlw •* Atinala of Windsor." Yet w« cnn. 
clow the volume* wllhiiut mentionin;; llie clear and aativfactury mitn< 
pr \n which itA f-unlcnla have been nrranged and written. The matter 
Terr iniM-4<1l-inenii<t, ret en!:b subject i*' kept distinct. On tbe history of 
Colli-ifi' and St. (iooik-i-'i* Cliapel it ia pnrticnlurly full, and no dimbt 
ae portiuofr \t-ill Turn p'-pular parts of the history, 'llii' exlrauts from the 
>rporatlon docum-ntH are replete with i!iten.*st, and tliu work itself 
Ifcrm a inlnable addition lo Eiiglbb topo^npbji-. 





This new Tolume of M- Slichelcl's great wort curri** on the liiitory 
through thirty-three years — from the surrcndtr of Rochflle. m i62H, untD 
ibe dcoth of Miiziirin. During fouricvn of thoie yeaiB. Richehcn wis the 
cenlml figure ia the etatc. Hi» influence w«» felt everywhere, both at 
home and abroad, and in all events, both great and Bmnll ; to that do 
oational transaction of the lime can be recordvd adequntely without a 
special referBttce to him. >[. Michclct has, in (act, designuted IIiIb portion 
of his history by the great etatesmau's Dame. How aifpruprUitely he has 
ao di-si^uuted it, will he acVnowledged by tho»e who make themwclves 
acquainted with the coini>Ucated nintters which are chronicled in the first 
aixteen chuptera of the volume now before ur. 

One of the most conapicuoiw circonwtaiices of the history is the strong, 
ooceatin? euLagonism against which the minister had to contend. Inde- 
|>en(ii;ntly of forei^ en<;mie«, whom, it must he owned, his policy suffi* 
cienlly provoked, he hod to giiard himself at all timtft with unsleeping 
vig'dance against domestic Ircuchery and hatKd. Tlie king himvelf dis. 
liked, but could not do without, Uichelieu : the two queens — ^the mother 
and ihe wife of Louts — were bound to the intcnats of Spain, and never 
weary of intrigues to baffle, or betray, or bring^ to shame the minister 
whose genius baulked their schemes. The king's brother, Gaslon of Or- 
leans, and many of the nobles of the land, were plotting against hire at 
every opportunity ; »ud even his own trusted agent — the subtle Cspuchin, 
Joseph— was sometimes a traitor to the raiuxler whom he would have liked 
to sapernede. I1ic meanness and Ihe pro6tgacy of many of time persons 
in high places, and the crimes by ivhich they attempted to effect their dis> 
boDourahle porposes, caused them more than oace to fisll into the ver^- pit 
which they had made ready for the Cardinal. There was a memorable e«. 
ample of this discomfiture on that Ja^ o/ditpei, as it was called, on which 
Gaston and the qoeetis found, in the moment of their fancied triamph over 
him. that the minister was more secure than ever in his strength, and 
had possessed himself of such proofs of their treaaon. that there wa» 
nothing better left for them to do than to sue to him for merr>-, and en- 
deavour to obtain it by giving evidence agatruit each other. A few years 
afterwards, the queen, Ann of Austria, was more completely humbled to 
the dui^t before him, and only escaped on this uccaaioa the disgrace and 
punishment she merited by a new artifice in wtekedoen, which gare, in due 
time, a dnuphin to the wondering realm. It was a commoQ consequence of 
the machiuatioiij whic-h were mude again&t him, thus to increase his power 
whilst the plotters wtre abused. More than once a dread example was 
afforded by the execution of offenders who had been deemed too high in 
rank for such a fate. Richelieu appcHrs. in fact, to have been determined to 
*■ bear, like the Turk, no brother near the ibrooe;" his will was altraya 
fixed, stem, and indomitable; end, white I he was al'^ays bbcral to those 
who serred him well, be swept from his palb with inilcxiblu severity all 
who dared to strive against him, or to thwart him in his course. Amongit 
hts enemies at borne, disgrace ojid exile wa» the ordinary lot of those wlio . 

■ ffiHoirw df Frames an dir tryliim* 8iM». 
J. MIolHiWt." ( IVis : CliaaMrul.) 

SieMtpm rf ta Firmi*. 


Mlekthf$ nhtory of Franci, 


I nn 


•Kmpid detttfa. IIi« foreign enemie* were sordj euoogb maltreated by 
IB«MM of hi* allianWB and wgr>. 

On one of time Qlliiinces M. Michelet dwell* nt conviderxble length, uiid 
with s detail which ie far from adding to the glory of tbe French stiitejaiun. 
Accoi-din:^ to tb«t detKil, thero wh» xome dishonesty on Kichelieu'» part — 
•ome secret trnfairness of dcftling — in the circumstincev of thnt leugue by 
which the Swedish hero, Ga*tiivii» Adol|ihuK, whs euWidized by Fr&r>ce in 
hit meatonible compaign »gain»I the empire. The CnrdinBl, it would »cero, 
had never calculated on victoriea lite th<i«e of Liri[»ftic and LutKen ; never 
Co nt cm (dated so " enormuua a jircponderance of the I'niteHtuJit parly" as 
c fir*t of tho»e aticcesses made. Uut he was not t>1ow to profit by the 
uneipectcd opportuniiy. M. Michclct reptesciits him «» gathering the 
hanresi which Gustavus had prepured~~as gelling )>oMici»iii>n, by ,-i juggle, 
of the conquests bought by S^r<-dish blood. Aa an example of 1lii« 
tnckery. the hislonan telU a». thnt when the Swedes had beaten the 
Spauiurds in the nruh bishopric of Trfve». nnd believed that they had 
taken Coblcnli. they mw floating over the foTtrea«, where it had been 
placed by the .\rchbt9bop'8 own hand, the flag of the Fn-nch garrison. 

Through all the dangers which he was exposed to from the hostility of 
h\% pereerenRg encmica, and all the fluctuations of his fortune in (he wars, 
Bichelieu kept faithful to bis aim of lowering the power of Austria and 
|6patn, and extending and sccnring thnt of the nation which his iron will 
mled. tt was tbc fixed predominance of this object in bis mind that 
enabled him on his death<l>ed to make this nnble answer to the recotn- 
Tnendntion to fomve bta enemies : — " 1 hnvc had none but the enemies of 
the state." M. Michelet himself adopts (his plea in defence of what seemed 
erneUeat io the Mateeman's measures : — '■ He eeldum granted a pardon." 
■ayt the hiatorian, "but be would have pardoned only at ibe cost of 
~ratice." He tells us. niorcver, that the large number of persons who 

ere condemned to death during the continunucc of KiehirlJeu's rule, were 

ot Ibe lc«B guilty becBute thcii' were ill-judged; and be adds, that tho 
^grrattr part of (hem were tratlort, who icere aurreHderin<f their country 
toji/rvi^n enemiet. 

One kindly deed, which \L. Michelet has recorded, presents the reader 
with a ptrosant cDi]tr.>bt to the sternness of the great minister's ordinary 
mood. As an author, be had the littleness to be jealous of Comeille ; and, 
u a politician, had been hurt by the appearance of the Cid 9X, the very 
lime iii his reverses ; but when the poet afterwards was sick and sore at 

eart with a love which was made liopeless by the high condition of the 
Aiirooe it was fixed on, Richelieu gnve his all-powerful interposition with 
tbr Udy'« father, nnd gained for the dramatist the hride he bad de*pair«d 
of wiiming. But it was a sad and stntnge fortune for one who was ctipahle 
of Ibis kindness, to have his own life su cast Ihnt lie was regarded every* 
where with fear and hjtte, and that hifi death was felt as a deliverance, nt 
which both friends and encinie:! bn-alhcd freely. Others, however, in all 
probahdity, were fur mure to blame than lie was for the dread and odium hc 
srai held in. In spile of his intrigues, and weaknesses, and crimes, his 
lie ni^trltiiiulioiis, and the unyielding Ftemnpss of his despotism, there 
4 nuihitig ■<.'lti*li K>t ignoble \n the otijrrts which be had most at heart ; 
d io this aaptrct he stands nt an imtiiravurable elevation above tlio^e 

ubiic enemies with wltoni "his life wr» one long war.*' 
Louis Xlll. outlived llichclivu less than six months, yet within tbnt in* 
,1 tbc meunrts h«d been uken which made Anne of Austria regent 


during Ihe mmoritT of the new kiny. Tht vict'jry of Rowot — n victory., 
Iiv lilt? wnv. wliicli M. Mifiiclet nttriUuti-s more to ihe oxpericiircd judi^ 
ment of GassioD and Sirot titun to thv impclunu« vitlotir nl the voong I>uka 
d'Eogtiien, to whnm the glory of it lins been wont to l)i; at?ipiied — npcncd, 
with nn Kpproprintc triiim[>h, the hrillinitt rci^n that M-ns bcgiiiniap. But 
" lhi« great good fortune," the historinii telle as, " cnuunl Iwii laisfurtunu : 
it rrpated au inanli'ible nnd in*uppaMiUjlc hero, tnuDDtcd u]ioa flille nnd tr.idy 
lo kill everybody on the Icn^t ground uf pride or interest ; and it did honour 
lo the ftccefeion of Monrin. ct^iiRpirnitpd ilie kins' of kimve*-" The fuU d«- 
velnpment of thcBC tni^furiuuvs is ibund in the history of tbe Krotid«. 

The influciicr, or rather the authority, of Mnsarin was not loo);; id mani- 
fcFtin^ itself. Within four months from the death of Louis Xlll. he oU> 
tallied from the reluciont queen the order for the arrest of Beaufort and 
tonic of his friends, whose crime wna a conrpiracy against liiniRelf, Tbta 
WHS the firvt public net of a su|irenie poircr in the ^ot-emntent whlHi. nts* 
tamed !»y the victories of Cond^, and liy h finiinciiil policy «htd) ruiaou'ly 
forestalleil siippltea. continued with uncxumpled dexl^rily during five yTara 
to hid deAancr lo (he natiunal contempt iiml iodiininlion. Nrilber tlie hero 
nor th« minister tiitd* much favour in the Mghl of M. Michdet. .A'!-.'wt"'-e 
I>eing miide for the f^ijourjible ciicum«(aiicf» under w hicti he alwn;. 
fur the hat ariniu be communded. aiid for the Mt ^ncrals ii i i 

under him, the Dierits of the great Coiide eeem to be not unfairly rejjre- 
Kllled as inferior to those of coiomunders hke Mercy aad Turennc ; whiUt 
the statesmaiiebip of the ^eat Maziirin it reaolred into tnmrlhin^ little 
nobler tbim tbe crttfty etratngemt of a acnnip who periU rrrklcEely the 
enormous stakeH of olhrr proph- and puts the winning into bit own pookeC. 

At the end of five ^-eiira the ^owin^ diiwotitcnt at Maearin't ndmtntttra- 
Mitn, which wm» felt by piirlitiment and people, fnniid ample manireatHtfaM 
in the L'04iflirl« of the Fromle. M. Miclietet's account of ibta niemciral)l« 
revolt U eiecuted in hts I>e9>t manner. By a few cfTective touches be make! 
tlie reader acquainted with ench of the alnkin^ Mencs nnd con#picaouft acton 
in it, — with tbe Mifisb, reckless, nnd abort'sightcd obstinacy of the queen- 
regent, who was only rcstniinc<l from an net of larngc murder by a wclU 
timed suggestion of the nearness with which Mazarin was approaching 
t^triifford's fate; — with tbe eoosiimmate cmft anil cowardice of Mazarin 
himself, wh«4e measures were a ma£e of intervolved intrigim, in the pro. 
■edition of which all common ot>lipition9 of morality and honnar, and aU| 
common dislinctiotu between fricn<l and enemy, were duregarded: — with' 
the unbounded self-roiiceil and profii^acyof the coadjutor, whone aims were 
tn obtain fur htmeulf the goveinmeni of Paris and a rHrdinal'a hat; — with 
the Dvcrwcetiiiig nrrotrsnre, imd cruelty, and ip'aspin^ temper of the bfiid* 
strong Gondii, alike unprincipled and double -laced, and, in common <nith 
moct of ihose wliont he oppD<«d or acted with, only earnest in reality wheal 
bia own interests were al stake in the event;— and with the unobtnutvt 
goodness, and uiHterity, and courage of llroui^el, at uhosc arrest the pen. 
pie rose in anns apiinst the court, and, by the attitude which was given to 
them by llieir tieeice hundred Imrricadfrn madt- in fit^h'f hourw. nnn fftim 
tbe furious queen an order for ihn worthy ctmncillnr's release. The hril- 
tianl piigvs ill which the bislurisn seta before tbe render both these pcnon- 
a^ea. and the occasions, whclbei of war or peace, in which they bore 
signal pnrt, nre wiillcn with an eh-qucnw, and grace, and atrenglh whieb 
arc quite as chnmcteristu? u( M, Mwhelel'* pi'mliitr gfnius itr hi" urdour in'' 
hutoiical uHintigation nnd liis cuosctrotiaui fiildiiv to lii»toncal truth, la 



MicheleVf Sittoty of France. 


spite, bowever, of these high qualities io the Darnitor, the pentMl of * Itr^ 
portioD of the narration now before ub ie uliDot-t «• painfal »s it \t ioftruc- 
tive. Much a» ve may find to divnpprove of in the ch«racter of Richelieu, 
there wis much nlao to reepect and aUod in awe of; but, with the coni- 
Biencenient of the opw reign, all redeeming virtues vaiii»h from the govern- 
in«ot, ind we >cc the welUbcing of milhnno eotrustiti to the keeping of a 
Coorlly circle of noble persons, male and female, whose moruU. lo our own 
agn and couiitrr, would juvtljr doom tlieni to the treadmill or Ihe hulks. 
Under the de»|ioltc rul« of theve titled cuurtexun« and rogue*, it ii no wonder 
that the poor were found conteading agaiDtt dojj* for Uie carriou tliat waa 
ca»t ioto th« Kwera. 

The lutanncks and the nicVedneM of tbeae iUuiitriaua penons were pretly 
in inteostty, although their objects differed widely. Uut, aa wc might 
iiie from his ampler opportunitiea, the greateat gainer of them all was 
"Mazarin. In the moat pehloua acaaon of the Dationitl distress, be kept, as 
U. Michclct infnrma us, Ihe afiiiira of France cotifcly subordinate to the 
advanci^ment of hia own family and the creation of his own enormous for. 
tune — the mo.<tt monRtrous one that ever minister hnd mnrie. He made hta 
brother viwroy of CAlakmia, and he gave a splendid portion to each of his 
aercn niecra. Hia death was MJd to be an edifying ono ;— M. MiehcteC 
•aiarea u* that it waa at leaat eontutent ttiik hisjt/e, tioce kg liv^d and 
dtfnf thtaiing. 

Vton Uazartn'a administration, and the revult against it, one good thing 
voald aecm lo have proceeded. In the deepest misery of the nation ita 
gaiety wae not extinguished ; and M. Michelct .ittribute^ to the Mazarinadea, 
io which that gniety evinced itaelf. the origin of the French language in ila 
mcMleni fluidity, and parity, and ease. It ia seen in the Uomoira of lie Kelz, 
in the Provincial Ijctlers, and in Tartuffe. all of which were written early 
ID the latter half of the seventeenth century. " The Frond^," M. Michelet 
taUa at, " ha« produced this language : this hmgunge has produced Voltaire. 
th* gigantic joamalist: and Voltaire baa produced the Press and modern 

'riw reign of lnonis XIV.. the model reign of abiMilute muimrchB, will 
fona tite aubject of tliat forthcoming volume of M. Uicbclct's noble history 
wUrii i» announced as already in the prcaa. In the present volume, amidst 
ihe machmalions of the Fronde, the foreign and domestic wars, and the 
final triumph of the crafty Unzarin, ihs hiatorian tella u» little concerning 
IJM young king beyond the circumstaocca of hia birth, and his early iniua- 
Uqo into the v>cc9 which were rife antongst those who guided and sur- 
rounded him. Often and ably as the history of that reign has been nar- 
ratrd, it will unquestionably come with new attractions from the pen of a 
writer whoae profound historical researches have neither dulled the bril- 
liancy of his imagination nor chilled the ardour of his feeling fur the maasea 
cl bia fellow -couiitrvnicn. 

Obst. Mao. Vm. CCV. 





TirrB work, which Mr. ChamVprB haa evidently compiled at ihe exj^enm 
of much labour and very estcnNiv« rrs««rch. purports to be a chronicle of 
domcHtic matt«rit in Svollnnd fioin tlic Rfformation downwonlfl; liis great 
object being-, aa Up. nayB, dbrejfarding as much :iii posinble the history of 
potilieal tranMclitins and p«nioiia{^6. to detail the ** domestic annaU" of hit 
country, or, in olhor worda, the aerir^ of occurreiicea which lie bcnealh the 
re^oo of hUlory. the cffecta of i>a8>iioti, Mi[>erfitiliQn. and ignorance u|>on the 
multitude, the extraordimry natural events which diaturbed iheir tranquillity, 
the cnlamitiefl which affected thrir »-«ll-b«in^, the enactraents t^ false 
polilicid vcononiy by which that well-being wna checked, and, ^nerally, 
"lfao«e thiiigD which enable u> to s«e how our fore/atliera llwught, felt, 
and auSered; and how, on the whole, ordinary lii'e looked in their daya." 

Ilia book, in all probability, beyond the limits of the country whote 
annala it recount*, partly from a certain sameneaa which pcmdes its pn^a, 
and pnrlly from the harehnesB of the tan^unge in which much of ila narra- 
tive ia detailed, will hardly gain pnpulaiity hb a work of aurpasdng io- 
tfirest. Inatructivc, howevvr, whether in the hanJs of tlie aslronoiiKr, the 
meteorologist, the naturnlUt, or the political econotniet, it cannot fail in a 
hii^h degree to be; and ihe dtudent of human nature, when he has toiled 
through the hundreds of recitals of ignorance, blood-tfairalinesBt nuprrstitjon, 
fraud, hypocrixy, and fanaticism, with which its pagns — those of the Arst 
Toluine more particularly — abound, caiuiot but be eurprii>cd tu tlnd that a 
people now EC elevated in the scale of civilizatiuu sliould have been im* 
mersed in the deplha of auch deplorable savagery Ultle more thaa a couple 
of centuriea ago. 

With the frightful details of murders, bnroingii, tortures, rapine, and 
violence, which, combined with Ihe intolerance and arrogance of the 
dominant eccle«iastical party, and the meknneaa, pedantry, and punlla. 
niniily of the British Solomon, form little short of the whole conlenta of the 
first volume, we shall forbear to trouble our readers, as mach, perhaps, for 
our own comfort aa tliPtra ; our extracts, though still in some inslancea of 
a sombre hue, shall be wholly confined to the more varied and more soiuMng 
narrative of the second. For the nulhoritiefl which Mr. Chambere quotes 
we muat beg leave to refer to tite volume iuelf. 

Caroorily remarldnf^ that May 38, 162,%, ia mentioned (p. 3) as the date 
of the first patent conferring the dignity of a baronet of Nova Scutia, and 
that at this period the now hu6y city of Paisley was only a village (p. 7) 
Burrouiiditjg the ruins of an ancient abbey, we light upon a fouiewbat 
CorioBB atory (p. 20) about a couple of runaway debtors, perched upon the 
Ban Bock in the Frith of Forth :— 

" Oeom Landtr of tlic Hw*, am) hU motliCr, ' Dame lanbd Be{>hiint, La<1y Ban,* 
were at tbb timv (Dec. 16^) in vnifaarrwawd dmnnalanoM, 'itiuMliaii at the liom^ «t 
the itutaoee of diven ot tlxrir nvilitors.' Sevenb il ssi , as wm coraplaiwd of Utrna, 
' tlier pesocsiblj bcvik snd enjoj- ■am* of tbelr mtts, and remain MitUn the Craig ef 
tbc Bus, sntosladejiiMiM and ezvcuUoa of the law.' ASooteh Ulidand UaiiKnbar 
bolflaf oat Bftinst creditors ts s tewar on that Jnaoc— lUa asa rocl^ tevM mUur a 


■ ** Do m ertlcAnnah of Scotland, ftopt the Brformatloti to the (levohitbiD. 
Owtnbcra. F.Rj&E„ ^.S-A. Se^ka. In two valutnas." (EiUnbsrgh and Und 
siul B. Ctismber*^ 

» Jodkiallr ordered to pay Uidr debU by *■ tetten onwraint." 



Domestic AnnaU of Scotland. 


•feriUof ptetOR to tlH {niB^utlaa. Bnt dtbt even then h^d iu mirer of exorciiiae 
ttMBBBM^ llie Lorda at Caunril ■•■ued ft prMrlunAlion, tlirMtcoing Qeot^ Lander ind 
U> aKAbtr with tli0 hiKheat ]min» If t)it>T did not tubmii to tha liwa. A (Vleod then 
■HB* ftmnnl and irprisviitcd to lh« ionk ' the hard a&d d««CibU crttU* of tbt tVD 
flttli^ knd ohtRined • protection (viuhling them to come to Edinburgh to nwdte am.D^- 
■ tot tba nttltrm«mt or tbrir kSUth." 

Certain moral oSencee. or supposed nfT^ncef, ntber, Be«tn to have been 
panicbed in « way very effectually prcvGiilIu{; a seoonil commieKion ; — 

" Th« ca«c of Jojin Wrir. • in tTwwcliilyllc,' wbo hod mNrricd tlio irlitt of hi» gnitd- 
vaiAt, and tbiw been guilty of ' ini-at,* wan under tb« ci>n(idrrmtian of the Privy 
CMiodL Weir bad bc«u iLnw jmn luidvr i-iconimuiiiiattsu fur tkk erima, wluch du 
OaaaeU AeaaeA ' Ht to procnre the wmlb and ilupliHuiirv of Uod to Hit ithsA^ nation.' 
Tbe iung'a advocate wm now ordeml to pron-nl, uiiil Wi-ir wa* ai:timll]r tried on ttw 
Sttb of April p62B)h (brad ptUty. and «c'utenc«<l to bt htkvadfd at tb« crow of 
Bftab of g h . Kner mAring a tndveniootU'i impnuomeat nnder this Mnteaoe, ba 
VaiMia a inUft.-l for tfa* ifwrial aiercy of tho Ving, and was only bamabed th« iaiand 
Ibrlifc . . . On« of tba fiMHt rHBarlnMa of a larga cdan of omm of thia kind, was tbat 
of Akiandar Blair, a tailor in Carrie, who bad marriul hit ftrtt wifi'i Mf-hrotktr^t 
i^mfi Utr . For thia offcnoo be waa comleDincd (Sept. g, 16&0J to liw Lia bead."— (p. £8.) 

Atwl yet an iolent irere theav learned and conscientious divines and Ic^a* 
laton upon slratning nt gnnls and swallowing camels, that, upon the self- 
aame day on which Alexandrr Blair was oosdemned lo loae hin head, one 
William Lachlaiie was adjudged to banishment for life, and no more, for 
unmitigated bigamj. 

Oat of hundrtds of cnses of witchmif\. warlocks, and sorcery, which \tt 
mcMt instances ended with the porift-ing tnercics of fire and fag^t> we 
■elect the following, ns mere ordinary nainples. and no more ; contrnl to 
leave this rather extensive topic of Mr. Cliainl>en'H work lo those who are 
ppMSicd of mors patience and somewhat less sueceptibilily uf indignation 
than ourselves : — 

* la \taO, Isabel Yoong, ipotUD to Gook« Smith. porliomrT in Kait Bama, in Had- 
ABCtOfMbirv, waa bonit lor wttcbcimfL Mh» \au\ hern acvtuvd of Imtli inflii:ting nnd 
niniii; dimaua ; aod it appear* that fb« and bar bnsband tiad »uot to the Ijwd vf Lea 
to borrow hia turii^-tt&iu for tbdr cattle^ wUch had the 'ax-ertlns-ill.' Tbis is in- 
teraatinit m an early nHin-ra» to the wdlJtnotm Z^ rrmuf. wliich ti yet prewrved Id 
tba ftnily of LocLtiart or lieo. May an mnent prM-iouR ntone nr aiimlt>l, aet in a 
dvar penny. It to related chat I^dy Lea decUncd to lend the atone, bat gavo flagons 
■f watar in wfaieh the penny hod beon Ktveped. Ibia water, bwng drank t^ tlu esttUe^ 
waa bsUrrad to have ■lMct«d their irure."— (p. 31.) 

** Tba warlock. Aksaadsr Bamitton, was tried Jan. 22, 16,101 when it came out that 
be bad begna hia wicked career in comn^uenro of meeting the d>-Til in tbo fiirai of a 
bUA atan on Kio^rion HiIU, in Haddingtonahire. Bong raoaged to terto th« 
Bsod. be wis iastnictod to raue bim by beating tb« groana tfance with a fir-atiok, 
and wrfiag. • Riae np, fool thief!' He bad conwqaently Itad hint np several time* for 
eOMuilkiiuD ; KkinaljnMa in the tbape of a doy or cat* eoroetinin in limb of a trow. 
By £abol»c aid. he had eaoaed a mill ftdl of eom, belccqclQg to Provost Coclchnm, lo 
hs boiiMiL nterelv by taking thrto itallis from the provost*! stacks, and bunung tbon 
en the OarietoD Uilu. He had been at many witch ■roectittn where the enemv of man 
This wrvt<4inl inan wan aeatonced to tm worrtMl at a italn ana bmntmt. 

Ob (be Snl Jvly, 16S0, tlie Omiacil look order in tlte caao of Alie Nisbet, luiilwifv, of 
iUllan, and also in that of John Xeill. John Smith, and KaLherine WUson, ' conei-rniiiK 
Iftsir ptaeticeof witclicraA.' Niabot wu accused of curing a woman by taking a pau 
•lib bat water and bathing the patient's legs* This may appear as a very natural and 
propEr kind of tivatment ; but there araa an addition : obe put ber fingers into the 
water, and ran three Uaiea roand the bed widd*rMhim»! or eoulrary to ibe direcrthm of 
I son, oylng, 'The bones to the Src, and the sool to the dovit !' tbnvbj patting tbo 
a* Opoti another woman, who died in twenly-fonr hooni. Ni#bet nloo liad put 
> wKhanted water <i»d«r the thvariiotd, for th« injary ofBiwrvant-^iri agsinrt whaai 
aha had a f|dte, and wbu. paanng over It. waa bewitched, and died iiurtantty. She waa 
■worrtMl and baml.'"— (pp. 38, S4.) 

tstte Armal 


For a story, too, nboitt n denion, wliu t)i>iiitv>il upon talking in nothing J 
but the bffst Lxliu. we refer the reader lu pp. 'l^t, -iA, at Uie volume. 

In the iiDual spirit of interference and iiitaleranoe, ehanicl«fi!itlc of the 
«jfe, creed, and couDlry, — 

"tlto Town CaoiKtl nf Kdinticiruh Torbwle (April, 1G31} Uw wcu1ii|; of pWib 
iramen in the «trect*i. under \Aia of wrportl jmniiihtaent. Tbo \MA vru tlw 8eot 
mamtilla, mnil, Mtrriujf tu hide tlic' facvi, wnui in\tiiottA lu afTord ■ prutnctlOTi lo imm()d«*t| 
coDdut-U A tvn vMi-n IntifT (1636) ltw> cnnncii fuund tiutt •rooMin worn ■LllI >il>IIcu4>J 
to Um dm of the lUftld. or went itlmut with their ildrta om tfadr boMlft, ' m that Lbi 
noM ii BOW becDiiM the onliuary babit of all wouim withiD thr cil.y, to tbo griKi 
iiDpotation of tb^r m>i, taatii>iia imt Wing Bfala to Iw ^aMniml bum lume-UviiV^ 
woman, to tJirir own diiboDoor and kukUI at tlio vity.' Fur ihte Ihnlts Imrt; Cam 
wcru atuioniioMl." — (p. 64.) 

As muitillM were d«emed immodest, nod ihercfore mhjeeted to fines, the 
toarrellous modesty of the female head-geu of the present dny would, of 
course, hsre b«en grenily to the heitrU* content of the SApicnl Tova 
Cnuncil, and duly honoured with a premium arrnrdin^ly. 

We are nt-st atlrs<.'ted hy » curioua pa«sn^G nbuul an early poUdMil 
reformer, and tlit; eiiii^liir uncoura^intat be mot willi fur his pBtrioti«| 
Mpiruiious : — 

"<lwrg« Nloot. Vbe bou of a tailor In Sdintnuvfa, nnder m vdnriir w«l for tbs 
public good, restored to esposa Knn* lOftlnmetJcet of tka Bcottich rnlm whicli had 
nllen uoder hi* atlMition, or whicb h« b<>li«v«d to cKkl, n«-ing in l,ondnn, 1m |ir»> 
ictilsd to ttie King Bwne iufonnathm a^nit th« CbaoceUor. ibe Karli i<f Murluo sad 
StrsttienM>, tko Curd Traquair, the Lord Advocate, &e., for inimiatiB^aMm of tbo 
treacurir. Tbvx*' ofHcrta •mm Humninnpd to Londiin to mart tbu rhantra bmoglil 

galut tbwn, whan it aaon nppcarod thai Xtvol had «Imi««d what ho eoutd not Mova. 
a was retamod to Scotland nndcr the power of the men whom he bad aoaued, aad 
WM aiyadced hjr the Viiry Council gniltjr of UoMmg-makimg, mml to itjiBd at the entry 
of tho awIoD-huwo for an hour, sua two lioan ui tlw Civ-n, with a pnpcr on Us head 
'beariiifr, ' Here stands Ur.' Oeorgo Nicol. who ii tried, found, and dcchu^ to be a tUst 
eshimniouii liar,' nad themtf^ to'T«(Wiroais itripM on bi» oakcd bicli br the hand of 
the haitgnou), and tlwn to be led back to the Tulbootb Mitb bU akooldttf* Htill vxpnaed.* 
H» 'met with much oompassioa ftwo ths promiseuooa boboldsn, wbo fsnonthv bo<^ 
]1«ved ha eufrerad wtoi^gfally.' He was aftonroKls dtpcrtad to FlRndemL" — (p. 41) 

Mere, too, we have an earljr member of the genus Cross or Womb* 
well :— 

" licence was giren (JuW, lfi3!)) In onn Rdwon) nrabain to baT» tba VeefHuy of a 
cana^ belonging to Uie King, sud to take the ludmal tbruoii^tou^ (ht khisdon that K 
mlgbt he di«wn to the penpb-. ' b; tack of dram or wrand of tnnnpst, from ttnu to 
time, withoot truobla or let' bu and bk aernota wi){affiiiK to behare UisnudrsS 
modntlf, aodnot rxhibit thccniuclofi tbe 'Sahbsth-day.''*^p.6£l.) 

The prevailing spirit of cant or fanatictftm — it is hard to ray which — 
seeiiiK lo h»v« Wi;ii imported e\'«n tulo roatlora malrimonia] ; as evidcuced 
by the following ediryini; narrative: — 

" A ipsoIioMi of reliiiioua courtablp of thti a^s U pvea bj Wt. Jolm LhlogaloiM in 
hta McfBulra. Tlic lady was dauglit*r to BartluilniBeiv tltUDlit*;, [uvrvhanl in Rdin- 
bur>;h. ' Wlien 1 wuut a «Uit lo Itelaiul tu FSsbniar;, lOl*, Mr. BUir iifi'iwnTiiUI bi 
am tl>at marriage. I had atwi Iter before, sevenU tlnwc. bi Jutland, and lirard lbs 
tcettiuuay of laauy oT b^r ^rraouua dupii^ilioii. f«t 1 wiu fir niao owathe Kntkiiis, oa I 
Dould. dirvctiun from (hxl alioul that biuioMaj during i>l>t<'li Uiti' I ilid nut oOiir to 
BM«k to bar, wbu, 1 livlinvt^ bad itut bwril anytliint; of thv mattv, oil? ivr waoL of j 
MsaniaH bi my atiad. altlMugb 1 was twioo or thr>c« in the boma, and nw her fn- 
<|aaoUy si romiaairinna and piblu- niurtjiigii ; aiiJ K i« liW 1 mlttbt have bocu langcr 
in •ofib darinea^ ««epl lUr I^trl liad pmvnUtl dhi an uoaanua of our orxifumnc 
tOBsUwir; ArhiNarMnber. liiJ-kwbiin 1 WMgaiag to tbePridsy BtMtinifsl AaoruiB.1 

■ Nat« the oacluMU polilauH of tlw Mtftr. 

ImuUt ofSctAtanti. 


1 wilb faer ami •pa)«otben{p>l(ig tlilUicr, «id propooiuhvl Ui Utrm br tlm wny to ennfor 
I ■ t>^ vrbsvapoa 1 wu to preach ibo tUy after ul Aucrutn i whuntin I fouud Iter 
i I'-iotw ami f]iirilUHl, that 1 louli lliitl for ■nHw muwut tn my prayer to 
1 < i>-ar«J, anil bUiiiMl injrwlf t)iat I haij not before txlcoti iKWrnn to 

diuvr •1.-I1 [".-. Four ur dvc (la.Ti nfuT, I propojndud tlui nistber to ti«r aiid dcairod 
btf ti> tliiok (iron its and aAvr a wis'k or tiro 1 v*mt to ber niolher't Iiuom^oiuI 
baiiM kkMu: wilh Ucr, dcMrin|; bo uuiwvr, 1 winit to (injrvr, anH nrg^ ber to pnv, 
wiiien at Uai ■!>« did ; and in tkal tiiiti; 1 ggt abtmdwL'v vf cIwitdoh that it kxm 1m 
J^te^M minA tliat 1 alwdd uiarr; btv'. »nd then pro^nndisl tlic inatt«r more ftiU; to 
bar lauthar. AaJ altlwaisb I wiu foil/ douw), I niny traty nay it wu abore ■ nioutk 
bdWe I ROt tBarriava aSoctiun to luir, altboocfa >iic wu*. for pvnoaiU vndDirmanta. 
bmnd muxj of bar «]Ua1«; uid 1 got It twC till 1 abtatnMl It bj ivayer. Unt tliuiw. 
af£v I bad a jpMt dil&k^Il> lo ootlcnle lU"— (tn>- 79> t^-) 

Ft I'tinii, snyit Mr. Chambers, jirocotded a family whicli has m»do 

a f]!.:. <i ti;nire in tho United Stntt'S of America, tl ix ou]y to b« 

1k>p«>1 I'lai tiic (iifRibera of it have less cm ck- brained notions upon nialr)< 
mony than tlivir ancestor, or. at all erentd, are more careful of commitiing 
tbrro to paper. 

The year 16115 is tncmorable aa the epoch of the eBlaMiahment of & 
rftT'il^tr If tter-post in ScotUml. Some interesting particulars will be found 
rclalif e lo this Hubjcct. and the ueccssltieft which gave riac to its insUtution, 
to p. 85 of the present vuluoie. 

The maa&tuN tn a member uf the herlMvorous retaeea which haunln the 
lonutlia (if rivers in the hottest parts of the Attaiilic ovein. and Mi. Cham- 
bfr« lA Iff opinion that it is jtut possible Ihnt a slrmj- individual uf tbia 
ptrnus ma^ have found its way to the coant of Scotlaiid, more especially as 
it was the summer aea»on, (June. 1636): — 

"Tbpra w«t Mvti in the water uf Ckin a mi;nst«T-1ibe beaxt, bayuig tlM haul like to 
aiM gn«t niMtilT dog or siritMi, aad hands, nrtn*. and pam like tn a num. The papa 
ill mi 1 tu b« nbil'. It bad Imir on th« bead, and the liiiiiiiT pirla, anii icnietiinea 
the walvr. •wawd dabfabb, •bort*1«yit«d, aud Kburt>fuiA«d, nitb luifi tall lUs 
MOB swlniuiJni; bodily above the water, aboal 10 lioura la the nrandiigt 
1 all dajr vi«ibfe, swUxmung abuvc and ticloif the bridge without any fear. 
B'a>p«of)Ie ol both Aberdcvna cam« nnt in groat mtiltitiidea to mo thw mamatar. 
iir staan ; mma lAot gram and pistols ; and the mliDun Biher* rowed cnbba 
not* to ealeb it, but all in ntn. It never shrinked nor frarcil. tsut would duck 
th* witer, (nartitig and biillcrin^ terribbi to IIm liearen >ud twhuld^ra. It re- 
two dajf, and was ttxa uo luore."— (p. 88.) 

That the manatus in the geimine uicnnan or nnermaid of the ignorant 
then: flMms to be litlle room for doubt; indeed one author, Mr. Chambera 
obaervfis. refers to the animal above described as a mermaid. 

For tiie narrative of the crimes and fate of Pnlrick Mncgregor, the 
catticniD, belter known as Oihleroy, or the K«d Lad (pp. 9G, 97). we are 
vnable to affbrd ipac« ; but must content ouncelves with refernniir the 
Ti^er to Mr. Chainbrrx' volume, and to vol. i. b. 3 of Bialiop Percy's 
KrJiqure. where an earlier version of the aoiig will be found than that men- 
liwiiej by Mr. Cliamiien) aa the composition of Lady WardUw. From Uie 
data uf bi> dvath (1636). it is quite clear that Gilderoy was not a contem- 
porary of Mary Queen of S««ti, and it is jual as unlikely tlMt he ever had 
the opportunity of eapinjf Oliver Crfmiwdl of his pur«e; storie«, aa Percy 
obwrvra, ^without weniiiig to know when he really did live,) based upon no 
brttcr KDllinriiy thun Grub-slrecl. 

Thn fulluwuiit ckiiact (p. 115). on the subject of omena. is curioua. It is 
Ifae Gr<.-at CimI Wur, be it rGincmhercd. that, to the eyes of auperatiUon and 
ftctire imsglnatjon, is thus castini^ Its shadows before ; — 

- On the bill irf Eobt. in AbordociMbins bnton* Tor iU aooMUt fortiflcation oallad the 
jn tf Eckt, then was board, abnoit evory night sll tbia wintec (1687, 8), a 

DomeitU AM»Bb o/SntfmuL 


f r^l*''— bMllB( «f druHk whhjijmJ to AntaU tte Ua«Ar oirfl mn TUdi iDoa ifUr ' 
CMBcd Tlw p«nde «f nlbrinc ofnankv l&dr tattoak ucirmtillM. aad nurdnvj 
wtn an bMrd dJatlaetly ly MomtaM of pK>[il«>. ■ Kv-«ttxM«n^ •oUkn of cr»41ibf 
l»r« taU OK,' i^m OonlM vt BalkJOMiy. *tkai wken tfaa twvda mt bating, tbeyl 
oMld diamn wIia Um Aobbct ««lk«4 ttxnrii thok. or wkaa Iw mnad alxMV Ml 
Um ftiliinn ia for dnmiBns la walk to mod ■>■!■ im» tfaa liaad or bast of m oanputj 
dnva up. At wh UoMt abo^ tlMj eodd Atingmh iW MaiA aa of •artnl BMjoa*; 
■nd the tbst BBKiWa that wen btard than WW* tiw SnttWiMaKht aftmnrdi, the 
ItU Hifrb WM beaad; Uwa Uk Eng&h UanL Bmi belbn them imittt coapd. 
Unm wbo Wd bean tniiwd op omeh of il«ir B*f« ftbMad Ik Ifce Oenwa ««it Tiffwrffl 
ttat thOT «(Mdd pcrftiL-tljr. b* ibair beactef, dtmmi tbc ■w« b« npon tba drna ef 
aaveni rarcE^ "»*'"*" of KartifM—Mu.'li ■• tb« VnmA, Dvtdk llaaisb. tc Tbtte 
AiRBB war* K moatantlj bnafd, that all th« cwbtrj pvnpla oatl Bdjaorot w«r« Ibar^ 

with ■eeaatuiMd; aod ■iiariiniM tbaaa draaaMn wn« 

off that bill. IB placca 

twa cr tliK« mile* datont. Sent 9*^i» in tb* wig^ ttMalBiig ww br the Loch of 
Skena, wttfaiit tbrM aulaa uf ^al bill, -m^n ft^lad with lb* load mmc cf dniiiM. 
•briKk batd by thm, «Ucb tfd oaora; ibau atoag iha wvy, b«t an* notbioK t •• I bad 
U oftoi Ikon aorh aa beard thiae aatea. ftom Iha UUrd of Skou and hia kdj. ft«m 
Ibabkintaf JE(Jd,and nytnm trifb than Uviog in ShaM^ alaxjat nantadiatrij after tba 
pa«pl» tboa t«Rtaed had oon* «nd told U. am* ga ul awia ef fcaowB uita^ty and 
Inni aflmad that, amr tbaaa pUee^ tbqr bawd h parAct ihoC of afmoa gadt u 
<T«r thrjr haard at the baltl* of Nacdfiagav wben thtaadTea aMBA joan bcfimhad 

Otber atone* lo k s'lmikr tffvct, but eveo more n&nrelkMU, ire to be 
founil in pp. 146, 7, 6- 

The 2aiti of Frbriiar;, 1638, i> raamorable aa the d»y upon which cxmd< 
menced at Eiiinbuii^ tlwr ati^ing of that XtUiommJ GweHami for the " pre- 
aemtion of the Preshyiemn model," which waa destioed for jean lo 
exerciM so strong ao influeocc upon the fortunea of Scotland, for ^ood or 
in. About lltU tine. too. " Mr. AndreiT Cant" 6T«t appeani upoa the 
scene (p. 120). « turbulent PfT:>hj-terian tlivloe. mmI a deafer, prubablj. in a 
large way, in the comauxlit}- which has ever ance been known by his cart 

In pp. 138, 198, we are introduced to Knoe of the ieoiiodiatie procecd- 
iage frf Mr. Cant aud his faruLic fellow -vaodala : — 

" At tba roBOiaiid of a Cbsmuttat of tha Omand Aaannbt;. aoia* maraonala of tha 
andenl wanhip, bitharto aurri'rin^ at Abndea. wrrc mnmrnL In Mariiar Kirfc tha; 
* onlainxl pur bla i« wl Lord Jtma* Lliriat bu arn» to b> tMnrsn ant of the front of tha 
poJpit, and to take down the portrait of ovr bleaKd TliKin Mary, and her dear aon 
faabj Jena lii bar antu^ that bad aCood ainae the «|k-pattlnf thereof, m curwai work, 
vadat the liU-raig at the weat end of the tow<T wbcMa the gmt ■t«^lo tlnnda. Be- 
sidaa, wbere there waa aae owUb mi to g lawn i window*, tbia be [tbe Master of 
Forbaa] cnaad puQ out in boneM mea'a Hna«. He oanaed oat maten atrUte oat 
Cbriit'a amia in bewea warb oei Ok end of Uiahatt Qario Daabai^ tamb^ and d«llke 
d^arl ant the Ban* of Joaat, drawn e^pberwiae l.H.S. out (if the thnbar wall on tba 
ftraida of Macfaar aUe^ anvat the ooiMhitof; door. The cmdfix o« iba Old Town 
Crooa dtuiy down ; thr <mdAK on thr New Town CnwB cloaed i^ betog Inwtfa to break 
lb* idone ; tbt (TodlU on the wnt ami uf SL Nkholaa' Kirk tn New Aberdeen dang 
down, whilk wnt nmr troubled bcforo.' 

"At the ooaunand of tbe Bdniatar af tha parU. acnanpaied by aeranl gentl^Ma 
o(lbe(>weaaiitiBgparl7, tbetimheracreenarKipnCatbedraLwbidtbadaoUiTWd the 
BefinoiUaih waa cut down. ' On tba wart «de «-•• )niat«d ia astaDHit loloan, ilia* 
aklnaie with atara of cold, tbr Cracifiakm of oar Lord and Savianr JcaoaCbrlat. Tbla 
tuora waa aa axcaltanu; dons, that tho nJuim and atara nrrrr bded nor rranirfwd, bat 
acepit bale and aiwad, an the; '"<-ro at tlie Vie|^Mnin|[, mitwitlMlandinfr tlda eo l l ig a or 
oinavjp kirk wnntad the not alnee the KefomuUion, and no hale wiadew tbaNln to 
aaie the aane ftora aldmi, mow, alcet, nor woet j wbilk mndf mw. On the Otbcr 
■Mlioftbbwan.towatdatbeaMt,WMdrawatb»Da| of Jadameat.— It waa aaid thte 
iaiBist«ooaaadfariasbo«Mtobt* boaae tbt tinbar titeraot, and 1mm tha Mme ftir botv- 
liwbialdidbaiaadelbA-eaeai bat ilk aifht the Am wmt ootwhariin It waa baeul, 
and oeoM not be holdaa in to Usdl* tbf ncmmfr in, aa aa ia j Mbvivat the Niraata 


Domesfir Annata of Scotland. 



aad alfatfs laamillHl. •ail llmvnpon tli* miuut«r left olt Knj Ibrtlwr to hiioft in or 
ham nj hmc* vt tbmt timbsr in lus houe. This wu markid kad fprad thnia^i 
fi^a, Kod endiUjr reported to njfdf.' " 

In pp. 136, 7, we likTe a skeurh of the views of the dominant part^ as lo 
e mjuircments of true religion : — 

Of tlM w dgdmt m t ditcifiliiK of tlii* period, and ite baana^ ofoa Uie habit* of tba 
'yM^ «« get a good idea from lh« l*r««bjrt«nr K«cnrd of Stnthbof^ TIm vbok 
wanl o a w ny of Um country iptwn* u rooenDtraKd in an rtTart to Ax a ccrt«n code of 
tlvolo^ical vinra, including » jigH ahMrvance of tin- N«)ihatti, th« HUpfirtMnon of wib-h- 
oaft. iW nuint«(Mnr« of a Mnoua atyla uf inaiiorn, tutd (be utiTpattan of puporjr. A 
itUa nf th« pn<abjt«r)' irad« pvriodkal viuu to thti wi'end parldicv. called tW 
■■d chief parUiioa«n bcfim than, «td OTaminwt the partit* tcpmU\y ■■ to 
oUnt'i apirilaa] amditiai) and tcUgMMia praotioB. For atanple, at IthTnir, th« 
■ t id rf f , HmtTj Roa, twig ranovad, th* mh\m wn aworn and intvmigKtad u to hia 
•■daaejr- Tlwy ' aS in ane rotee d«rpoM>d th>t oouccrning liu litcratur* ba wia wry 
VMki and giTc th«tn litlls or no ootnfoft in lii« miiiiatn ; lint, a« eoticeming liia |i(^ 
ba waa nwndad, and Maa bUmcleu nuw in hi* i!Dnri--riatiaa.' To In »b>ent a»y oon. 
lidnabW Kiunbar of tinea Axiin church wai poniidiatilo ; auJ if ibe pariahiouer proved 
oootvniaaov^ he was liahle to he exrammanicatfrd— a doom infcmug a 1(mb of all ctTil 
tigbB^ and a conpMa wparatMi frotu human convene. To n-fuM> to take the Cote- 
aant, or to bars any daaiUnga with the loyaUat llantlaj, tvnught mm into alioiUr 
t m oMi fc InfgvlarUUa brtwcon tba aona, and arcn qnarromag lad aeoldinr, bad to 
ba czflated la Mulielotb baAire tha congrAgaUon. Dninkonnaaa and aarMrng vera 
abacanautad. In dcniinic with tbeaa oflnnon, aii luuinrinif inquunliuu into domaatto 
•■d Ibn^j mattcra atu uanl, and no rank, age, or aez •«iniii to have aflbrdcd ths lab- 
jaet any protectMo. A* iiminiou of rvli)ziuui uflt'iirc^ — a genllciunu wa« proaccutMl 
Ibr bafn^ng home a ndli«toiie an a Sunday ; anothT for gstheritig gno*ebeme« in 
tuw of HnnofL II waa fooud nigirdiag Patrick WUaoa, that he had aat op wikh a 
WKfnj drinking till after ooohaow, oonMauing. in all, alaveD piiita — that >«, aboat 
tva doaaa onart bottli»— of ak ; ho had itmcK a mmn, and railnl in hi* drink at 
aavnal natlsaion uf the pariah. Th« bratbnm onbinL-d Patrick to utaiiil iii lackclotb 
two SaMatba, and pay fow mrrka pcnalC;-." 

Tb« pathetic atory of Bessie Bell and Mary Gray (pp. 166, 7), unfor* 
jnaleiy too long^ for iniierlion here, we commend to our rcaden as one of 
lie moKt i [)!•.' resting pajtssgro in the buok. 
To the full of the year 1618 ia to be traced the origin ofthii l«rm Whig, 
u applied to a well-known party in the Atate. It was at this period, when 
le newa arrived of the Duke of Hamilton's defeat, tiial the Marquis of 
krg}Ie and bis party headed the Whiga' Raul (or Whiggamores' inroad), 
the march of the aouthron fanatics to Edinburgh. According to 
wt, the name Whiggamort was given to the people of the aoulh-wes- 
Urn cotmtiea, from the word Whiggan, which they used in driving their 
honn. This alleged origin, however, of ibc name wc arc inclined to look 
npoa u vary donhtful. 

Puaing the murder of thu Marquis of Huntley by the remorseless Arg>-le 
and fab aanctimonioug eupportero :'pp. 178. i>). our attention is arrested by 
striking sketiibes of theM frightful times . — 

"IW dUrlst John NlcoU mMitiwu. under Fobniary. 1650, tlut 'Much ful«et and 
tfa^ was d8t«ct«d at this time by the Lords of Hcauoii ; for Uk whilk thtn waa 
' b sn gl B g. aooorigfaig, aaiUag ariags fean] and binding of pooplv to the Tron, and 
** loacaaa i ao that it wna ane fUnI year fat hiM notara and witwaacs, as daQy 
w du ntaaai.' Niooll annmarataa maoy of th« oflbidera. One waa John 
tawaoa of Laltb, who had taksn a landing part ia canstnx a houM, left by one arbo died 
of the plague^ to come by a falM aerriee to nD« who bad no claim to it. ' Be was 
brwnght lo the Tron hotwiit alevrn ami twelve htfon noon, and bat bonnd thereto, 
witb asa naparon his bead dtvlariBKhis fkult Ilia toni^p wm dnwn out nitb ana 
tatfcaa [juMr*] bit tba eomaon hangtoan, and laid vn au« llttlo faujrd— and nio 
Ibsoagh with ana bet inm or budkio.' Another deliniincnt was Tbomea llouUr, a 


Dameatic Annala of SeoUand 


writer, puQty of (Mrjnr; ; for whidi b« wu tlodurd itimmlilif uT ' ifcenliutc mit bod. 
noi wflhin the booM wA enlle^ of jnctio'.' Wiilkw lllmtr, ' iaie»er,' wu lungad 
' fur ■uwlrj' fal*^ta committal bjr bun in liu oJHiig-* " 

Wrilinp agsiin, towards the close of 16-51. >5coll plvM (p. 212) a "mort 
jjuflatleriiig pifilure" of iSe mora) conilition of llie country ; — 

' I'n^l^r hoariu,' h« Myi, * lhn« wu not greater UMt, oppr««rioa. dJvMon. lalml. 

P, malic*, and mrj. imr «» at tliM tiina, and dim^o and mmlry TMn tM>lbra («*«r 
rin«fl tbff Kutmribing the CoreMnl), «wij mat bmIiId^ tiimtrlf aod liii <<wn nuts, avrn 
nadflr a rlnak oTpietjr, wUlk did rover mtich hnavrr^.' He add* : ' Mufh of t)i« minwlr;. 
alar>, floold not porgV thifmivIvM of thrir vifni nf pH(l•^ avnrW, nmt empltir ; wbpn 
tbvj iDuli^«d, ihey wnr <liri(lEd it) thetr jiKlin»n>U *^ fj\ituiM%, anil tnatlu tlidr [rul- 
plU tA fpcak ona affninat annthrr. llrMit rarr tbrv had n( Lhm au^entaihxifl, and 
Sr*lc j t r nmn , never betoTi: lieard of Imt withtn tlii* few viank Prida and cmvti v, ima 
■gilnst aooihcrt mocli abounded : little cttaritj cr merry to rcatorv tlw weak, wat la 
ba found amoog than. TbU 1 aIh^tt^, rxH ont of malifv to the tainiit);. but to recced 
the truth, for bU offeodnl, ftoiu ttw [inner to the beggar.'" 

Well mar we exriaim, with St. Bernard, " It is not for ub here to njr. * Like 
pritst like people.' Ibr the people are not so bad bs the priests.*' 

The seiL-j^trt eautli: of HunolUr was now ulmoBl the only place of strength 
in ScolUiid ttial wa^ enabled to resiat tlie EngluJi anna. Ju xmall garrieun 
WW under Ihecomntand of George Ogilvie, oI'Darran, whose anxirtv to irain- 
tain his poot \ns increa!<ed by the reflection that to hiii rare had been con- 
»gned the regalta of the kingdom — the crown, sceptre, and nword of state. 
The story of lltrtr uliiniulc prcMrraliDa (pp. 213, i) is aufficlootly curious 
to deacrvc quvUiion: — 

" For manj nronthi^ Ogtifle and hi* Ultle garrfann bid dcAod the Gnglbh ftir<«*t b«t 
now U was likeljr that be eoold not bold out mudi lontter. Tbe Earl Harbcbal bad 
bteo taken with the Contmlttee of Galatea, and ibipiMd off to Ixmdoii at priKmer. He 
eoBtrived. however, to eand bj a rrWate iMuid the bey of the eloMt ia which tbe KfpUa 
\»j, to hi* m>>tl>er. tbc Dowagor CoantMs, who. bv tlie adrin! of h«T too, opened a com- 
mimication withMr.Jau)raUralnmr,miidflerorKineff, BiM«imiiD whina tbeflunllj pe> 
wMrfl great faith, with a view to fajiaenating in conveying awxr tin' prt-viona 'hDooora.' 
Tfae minuter and hi* wife, CbTMtian yietcher. raterrd lieartilv into the wi«hM of tlw 
Ctauteot. Mra. (Irainger, \rf ptrmianon of the Bngliih coairoaDdcr, viatttng tba wife 
of the governor cf the caaLle, reoinveil from that ladjr, but aitfaoiit tbe luMmladgo of 
bei haiUuid. tlw crown into lice lap. Tbe Kvptre awl nrord. wiappcd up In a buodla 
<jf hard* or liut, wem placed on tbe Lark of a f*iuate atteiidanl. Wluin Mra. Oiabwer 
and ht maid returned Ibrvuich ttw beleagoeriag caaup, tt afrpaarvd w If >bi' wfre taUng 
awaj- fonie lint to be epon fur Mta. Ogttrla. So rbr ffom snepMtiDg any trick, the EDr> 
ll«h (iRWr OD duty i* nid to have helped Mra. Oraioger upon \^ hnrtr The oMn 
waa retideivd threa nMMitba aftatwarda, when graatwaa the nm <•■ ' Oi mi diid- 

[ng ihal tharagalia were wmm. It wa« wlmtly girtn out tnat i n cerried 

bejoad aea by Sir John keith, awl handed to King Chartra at I'ai.* ii> ri-u1it). im 
libinU the mauM of Klaefl^ BEra. Otmuiger bad detirerad the oown, ira^Arc, and 
ewocd to bar boiband; who Ixwk tlie earUe»t opponnolty of hnrylng tbeu under ilw 
flov of his rhateb, hnparthig the »texr\ of ti>or coneailaMiat to im one l>ui IbA 
dmntni Uariicbal. To the oredit of the wurthy minuter aiMl hi* wifr, tfaejr jirearrvEd 
tbcir (mvt invbiiatv till the IteatunU^, eight tchtk aftorwiirOi, vbm 'the Imnoon* 
wcrv exliUBiixl, ami replaced under proper ctutody. An ardtr (if the t^«Ottl«h I*arlta- 
nent. datol Jannarj 11, IROl. rewarded Mra.tintnger with %00O lankt, and Oawg* 
Optvie wu mated a lannet.'* 

Omitlirg Ihe inlerettin^ but 0Tcr-lor(; •lory of the ffniiaDt Woj^n 
(pp. 223. 4). we come to the oner famou* hioJ^n- "nn ??'i^'?:^'* pf ih* 
** l>e%-il of Glenluer," a literary ipiril who. ani -bnirnta,] 

profeiaed to ap^^aV |;or>H Latin; the followint; -...■..;. ^p. 33U] 

will *h«w that tlie dortriDr* of apirit-rapping and of ami« flualiai; in 
air are tnytlnn(g but iwirelliea, U>c atory daliof ao far bark ai 1^54. 


IhtM*iic jinnait ttf Scotland. 


" AAw I gimt ial vf tli* Uk« Ulk wilh tlin bwwbb hmoBiitor. ndiae witli a At- 
t*™ 'f'" from him Um; ha *■• ai «ri] ipiril coni« rrom th« boUomleu pit to rn thi* 
hooM, mnd Ihftt S»inn m*» UU fatbvr, th^rr aj)pi>«reil • nalfid )und, vA An wm frga 
11m cIUm* d<mn, bn>f mg upijn itio Hwr (ill iliv Ik^uh dM *liakr n^iiit. TLk the mSiiUUr 
attt>lMl. and mIm) that br ImuyI the r<4r^, nvin^, ■ Haw jmi itiat P ll mtu not niy 
-it «■■ my (iOliftr** 1 mj luuid ia mare lilack in Ui* loor [palm].'" 


AboDt Juno, 1654. B»m9 to hare heeo the lime, Mr. Chambcn Mya 
^. 337), when the worJ Tory, in ils political Beimc, was itil rod need into 
our blniwl. Brini; Hr«t niijiigived tu a net of predatory oullnws in IMnndf 
it became, naluraljy Mtntigh, iransfrrrfd to a niimlHT of irn-gutar Boldtira 
oofUicciL-i) with lliu iii6uri;i-iit Dini}' of (lie EntI uf Gleiicaini iii Scotland, 
who ** Inr in hblex and olljcr prirate places," and robbed and apoilird all 
wbo fell into their hands. 

In p. 24.5 wo have an early moreeau on ncwspaperB, viewed as a me^s'- 
lerul and niuiiici]>al luxury ; — 

"Tlw eiBBiHTilai of OhtRow, riyrlioK tlx ntod Tor 'a diurnal,' i.e. M«tpap«T, • 
lantrr Uthrrta Uttt* known in ttf-DaDd. ■ uppriint Jolm Fleming to mlU to liU nan 
«ba MS at Ixiiutou,' to L-ain« otm to ba wnt fur lliC' towu'i uie. Wbiftlur John Via* 
nliig'i iiikn, fro^n t W fx-t vT bU /ytajr at London, ii to Ik> pFcaiuiwd a* lUmwIf pOVDWled 
•rHh tki pabUc prrv, maj be l«lt to tha coniidvmtion of tl]« mdcr." 

Z^»S At London, in connezton witti a newitpapcr, is by po m*v*% fta 
Uacuamon avocation even at Ihc preooiit day. , 

" The I)«ad Alive" wd would giw ai Uie title of our next extract :^^ 

' At tUl tlnf tb« pulilfe rcocircd a (frvat awprtn iu tlw audtln rvappraraaH 4f 
Lord BetlKven, wlia na* «ml«niood to hare bera dead tetUlaat liXTcarsaailiipitarda. 
At Ihv Ibrfcilnre of tW Kuinilt'in Tiitnily ninW Ibe EdkIiiIi (jnniiir, hoiA TU-Uistpn 
Ibiuid biniwlf eiv>K«d >^ ><.viirity to Die crvdiuTi of tbat botue lor a irnich Urf^n* (viu 
ibaB be eould pay ; Id oontr<]iivnee wbereof hv fell upon an eitraDrdiiinr;' txpediest, 
B« look a joarm-/ to Bn^'aiMl. >ad wbea be had pHwd S>In-ay Knitd» lie caiweil hia 
•vmat to maw t^ck to bU nife wUb tiia cWk %nA Imt. and hnd it gWcn out ihttba 
aad Ui tiorae bad nnli in tbe ignkkuuids nod w^rc <.b>jwncd None «en.> T*r)vy to tha 
aMret bot bi« l*dy and tlio H-rvant, Tbe rc^p-irt paunl tvrrjwltore at. aiitbtnti^, and 
to Skalca II niMr* plni-nbl*, hia Ivly nnd rhilJni'n wctit tutji iii»un>ina' for t do }Mir«. 
V^minc i"'o Ktifflmid. I-crd KvlUnvm put <ju u iiit:at> Miit uf njipsrvl, hired biuiKlf to 
Im a g«rd<twT, ind worliMl at tbi« liiinil>lr ewpl-yineut ditrinR tbe wliole line of hi* 
■laoiUT, nu una knowiiiR lliia but bt> ladr. Tbv UuibeM of IlaluiUou llBtUi); at lvii(|tli 
Miiiel»aaDnpuMtioo wuhliaeraliloni uULurd«hI|ircturofd to Scotland, and reMimed 
y* lank. t4> tb« admlratioe of auniT."— (pp. £49, ZftU.) 

** Mias Biffin outdone" would be ibe title of our next : — 

-KienU«<atM blauetf t/i have nea tbia day <ftrpt 24tb, 16&1)) a youth oTdxtetn. a 
Wthra <^ Alvrdecn, «bo, luvin^ bam bom wilbout power iu hia ann«, wiljior tosiit ^r 
drinb. or dn any viber ibiiiji fur hinu«lf or olberv. ' Al'ilcb'y God, wLp it ablo to do 
aS tbio^ pre him pow'rr to supply all thaw dntiit witb tbe loe* of hi* feet, atd to 
■rit* in aUi^bir good, U-^ible. nod current write, and that vitb Mcb lia»U- ■■ niiy oiio- 
laon notar b in uae to do. Yea. fUnher. with hi* t^c* be pi>t on ti « elotbea, kamed bb 
Wail, taada bii writint-pena, and thrcnded a needle, in Hoph abort time and tpaco h 
any wtber |MT«no mbnauMwrr wu aljlv Iu do with Via baoda.'"— [p. S&3.) 

Whatever mar be anid or thought of the loyniiy or diitlnyalty of the 
Se^xti^h people, the fiflh nf th^ Keoitinh mbs and the awatis of ihe ^olit«h 
lafcrn nmdd acem to hari- Wen loynl in the extreme. Mo sooner had 
Cbarles II. been resloted to the Ihront-, than the st-as, which had been 
barren fur years heforc, bi^cainc so wonderluIlT prDli6c tbat iu some places 
Ihe pmplt ** were in a (.-ondilion to dung the Uitd with Bolea;" and fi-oa 
i^tlic MreeirriuK Caledomiut we further letm, — 

•• tbat no Uw lat of Jauuary, 1661, tlw awana, wbieb oaed to dwell an LinlithMw 
'l^teh. and wbkib bad dcaortod tboir baant at tb« tuw of tb* biqg^ departnro mm 
awn Hi9. foi, ccv. e 


Skepy Ni(fktfhade, King Duncan, and tht Dane*. ftily, 

ScoOuid, did now mot h'n return bjr rvsppffiTing in % kr^ Aock upon Uie lake. Thfn 
«M ain « kmall fijD called tb« Ckmy of lite Toy, m kind af irliiUiig, which retoroed 
from ■ volnnUry mUc along with Uie ld<>K." — (p. £67.) 

On th« 8t)i of Januttrr, 1661. appeared the fir«t number of the 6ni nevn- 
paper atlctnpled i>t Scotland. It wan a cmttU wevkiy theet. intituled " 2£er» 
eariiu Caledoniu* : coni|>ri«iiii; 1\k AtTiiro now in Auitnlion iii Scotland, 
wtlh X Stirvi^y of ForeiK') IiitelttK^nctf." Tlie editor wa« Tliirmas S) dwrf, 
or Saint Serf, aoa of a foinier biiihop of Galloway, who was soon after pro* 
molrd to tb« see of Orkney. 

With nn early announcement from the columns of the Sfetvuriu* Colt' 
doniiu o( A priuiitivc fout<mce, we mii^t bring' our extricts to a conclu- 
eion. We there find nolice duly ^ven of — 

"a foot-race to bo run bjr 13 brewsttr wirn^ all of Ihem in a coiydition whidi makea 
violvnt OTortirm uni>uitab1« to th« female framr. 'fVomtlie Tliioktt Burn [probalily 
FisK^t Barn] to the top of Arthur'* ^^ml, for a p«antnfr cheeM of one liundr^d pound 
vnfbt, and u huilgrll air nnnlcold ama nt^t nnil rumpkin of llmnswick Mnm for lb* 
M«oad, Ml duwii l-y Ibv Dutvh inidwirc. 1'ba nv>t day. Hitcvn Rsli-w>v<« to trot tnm 
Mninelbur^h to tbi; CAunnn-crna* fur twchc pair □! lamb'a harrignl*-"— (p. 273.) 

In Inking our leAVe of Mr. Cliambern'ii laboriont and diveruSed compila- 
tioti. our only caie must bc> nut to omit GXprepsin^ Fomcnlist of eurpriae 
ihnt among his llioufand tnlus anil narralives of the stnrtrui^; and the hor- 
rible, he ha« oiiiiit(.-d to include tlie curious story of Alexao<ler(better knowa 
M 8«wney) Bean and his cannihal fnniily. In mtereKt it may certainly vie 
with moat of bis extracts, and its truthfulness, «'e believe we are quite ccr* 
net io saying, has never been made matter of dispute. 


Vk the reig^ of Ditncan, king of Scollniid. subsequently murdered by 
Hieheth, the Norwei^ians under Sueno, or Sweyn, bruther of Canute, one 
of England's Danish kiogs. are reported by the Scottish liiHioiiaris to 
hare in\-aded St-olland, and to have laid Mcjfc to Perth, which Uie Scots 
were on the point of surrendering. While a treaty was in pro^rcM, 
the King cif Scotland offered to supply the besiegers with provisions, of 
which ihey were in great want. The following is Diicbanan's version of 
this niylhic story: — 

"llie Scots . . . told the Morw^jfittti*, llml. whilst th« conditions of prnce were pro- 
poundhrf; and aettling, their Vrng; would tend nbnndaiw-e of proviiiiuiia into thrir nunr^ 
as kaowlnic tbat tlic.v wfT« not oventocked with victuallini; fur lh« nriuy. Tlint gill 
was Bcceptsble to Khe Norw<>);iaiis, not bo mudi on Acmant lyf ibc Scot*' bounty, or 
their owTt iiriuiTy, >a thnttWj- thought it wai a dgu that lh>ir apiriU were cowM. ((uite 
spent and bro'ken. Wher^iifWD • grcAt qnuititv of bread and wiii» waa a«iit tlietti- 
oolh wlftL> pn^aod out nf th« erape, ia\A al*i> iitrong drink made of barlry-mall, miud 
with the jiiUv of > ]iuiKiric)iiii hi'rh, almnilanrc of wliif h )[rnim iu &<.'OtlAnd. called tltfjiy 
n^hUhadt ,- iho aUlk of it ii nliiuvu two fvet Imiu. anil ii' ■'* tipp«^ p"rt cpraidi into 
mnclH<si th« leaves are lutMill-li, acmninatcd at the ^tnuiiiM. and ftlntly ^rvon. 
Tha bcrrias arc large, and of a blu-k oulmir wlieii tiivy an; rip?, which proceed ont of 
til* stalk nndor tbo bottom of (ho leaves i their VnXv is iweptiab, and abiioat innpid; it 
hath a very (tnall wvd, nt tiltlo as the graini of a f^e. Tho virtnc of the fruit, root, 
and eqwfially of thr iwd, ii toponfrrout. and tlicy will mnkc mm mad if taken in too 
fjrtat qmtutitiea. With this h«rb all tho proTi«innii wnre infitetMl, and they who 
carried It, (o prevent all siuiiidoii of fraud, tasted of it befure, aud Incited the l>aiMa 

1858.] Sleepy Nig/itshade, King Duncan, and the Danes. 


to drink bage dnu^^bti of it. Sweyn liimMlf, in token of good-will, did the um«. 
acoordini; to the ciMtont i^ bi* mIimi. But Dnncan, knawtag t^t tbs r»rc« at th« 
potiofi wonld reach to ibcir vwry YiUi*, wliilit \Uty wvtt nalwp, bad lo |[ml ■lknc« 
■di)itt«d Hubclh with hi* fotva mto the eltj. bj ■ pile which wu fiirtbort off Trtxa 
the MMmj'l ounp : and nnderMandinjr by hn •!»» thai tli^ enemy wb* Tnt aali rp, atid 
fsll of wiiM, b* wnt Qxnqno before, who well knew all t1>e Bv«noe« botli of that placo 
,ttA at tb« nraiia' wnp, witu tho gmCer put of the trmj, plteing tlw rat in 
■ n bttafc. Be entering tbai' cunp, . . . Sow tb« tleepiiig Dane*, th« king Mcaping with 

Tbiu far Buchuao. 

The foUowiug is Bellendcn'B account of the saine transaction : — 

** laemtinmt tbe Acets took (tKk) the jaic« of Vekllirart berg\ and meneft (niud) 
it in jair (thrir) wyiic, aill, and tinrid, >ni] tend y« aanen ui gjvt quantile to jidr 
wnnymm, Sweaa and hia Brtn; rrjoidnir in thjrs foutb (ators) of vitialll*, bewail to 
waucht (ottafl*, or fwis) on llicir manrr, and to lutvo cxprrJence quha micht la ^aive 
jalr wamDC (itooiaeb) with maiat vtint^lf qiihil al laat yt vmoni of vir (thetr) brrjia 
<raa akalit (djapennl or diffuaed) tbmw all parti* of tbrir bodyia. Tbrow aiihilk thajr 
mr niolTit in aae deidljr delp. Van Dancaiw aand to Uaebeth," ftc.--(Bo(tt lii. r. 2.) 

Hector BoelliiuB. whose hialory is trani^lated rallif-r freclj by Bellenilm, 
fives ibe phannaceulical name of tliia deadlj- planL Hie relation is u 
FfoUona : — 

** Inlm^aa vimun H rererUara Solatra amtntiali (keriwrni in gmtia quanUtati^ 
adooa priodpto vtridi-a. ac nK>» nbt tnaturi'vrint purjfitr««, cl ad iiiffredineiii v«rg«nt«a 
liabma ad CMtleni cnalo* et ttiih foliis lat^-itK'a aeaaque tjuaal ratralieD'ei viiTiqive wpo- 
riferm not in aniviittRni a^cpnili ai allktiin auinpaerU aabCDtea mapoa <ibcrti>t« id S«Aia 
proTa al aoa) niacent ai: iii vxcrctlum mautio >tudk> sperti* partia conwhiint. . . ."^ 

Holinslied'a relation differi in no material point from the versioni of the 
before- toe ntione^ veracious bisloriane;— 

"The fteota hnvnpmi take the juTce of mcltilwort beHes and miied the nme Id 
tbejT ale aod briwd. aeading it thna ipicy?!! awl confectioned in great aljondance tnito 
tbeir eat mice. 

"Tbov rg^nng that tbejr had rot moato nnd drinke Rufficictit to latiaSe theTt 
bdlin^ fell to fating ami ilriiiking ancr aiich ervody nix, that it *c«ii>(m1 thry atrove 
wbo wight de*tKirai and 'ifallow up nKwt, till Lhr nperalion of the hrarrii^ iprrd in aiieh 
■rat tbrangh all parts of tfavir bodica that tbey were iu Ibe end brought into a Alt 
4cad depo, that io maner it waa impowble to awake them."— ( Vol. i. £tiL) 

The age in which these historians lived anrl laboured was more dinttn- 
giiished for invention than for jinljfmcnt. They did not troublp liietnselvea 
ttjlh the rrxnlioua cii*lum« of Una generation, such na aiftin;; cvidcnc«, 
balancing pmhabililiea, and tlie like, llicy appear to have implicit faith 
in the marvetlouB. if not in the Bujiemalural, But that celebrated living 
critics, authors, and botanists nhould in this lime of gi^neml pi-eptici^in 
quolc an<^ give currency to ouch rhildiph fahlei*. ia n proof th.-il wk iwe not 
■o fnilhlcitA a race aa some admirrrH of the olden limv iiii-inuate. The 
qneRtion was put a week or two since by one of the creJalout to rhe editor 
of the •' Gardencr'e Chronicle," whni wbb hrhnnon, llie plant which supplied 
the leprous dii>tilmcnl wherewith the majesty of Denmark w.-ia, on ih« 
authority of Siiukcapcare, leduced to a poor ghost, Th« querist hinted 
that it might be MeHbane, hut ihe learned Editor negatived this almoat 
univemlly accepted opinion, and pronounced in favtiur of alropa helta* 
donna, or sleepy nightshade, quoting at the tnine lime, in corrolimatioii of 
his opinion, Buchanan's account of the poieoning of the Danes, as narrated 
in the respective bisloriea above quoted. 

Jn rereret>cc to the aame subject, a correspondent of the PhytoloffUt, a 

Vi Skfpy Nightshade, King Duncan, end the Daim. {J^jt 

VtlAntckl JAomAl, hint* thiit tli* qne«Ucin U not a t^enli&e otift, And ihtt it 
ftoliiliiin ivAulil h« of i>o prAf^tirtil ndvmita^e la Rclrnctf. This uiay he trnej 
y«t scttnce is able lo Aen\ wiiK t)ic protialiUilies of titc niurniive. aai) 
ihcw rlikl tho niorjr ix A* liDtillouii u tha ttuiioii cotiHiiiied in tlie ** Anb' 
KigliU," or tu tho Kinder ma-i fiaiumareien of llic CicrmMiR. 

Geoaraphieal botany u & Dew science, or nt Umx *n only roccnlly iavr» 
Ugklru branch of the genei'a) science of bntnnjr. Its ubject in Lo nscerUui 
the riivtributioii or tlie rantie of plantK, both borixantnl and rertical. 

By tliiii Bcience we lenm ttial thu atropa beiladona, Atr%\i\y or sltepyJ 
nighielmila. is not a 8(.-otii«b |tlnii(. It occurs but ritiely in tb« oratrc and 
Muth of EngliHiiU. kikL (!{>«» not extend further noilL than la lUs 5i/* of 
noilh tntittido, or bnr<^1v to iJie Scottish border. 

The coiTe#poiid«nt aWve nUtidcd to states that it is only seen here and 
theri! in the vicinity of ruined monkctic cHtnblivhmGnta, twar old pnUces and 
CK-tius. It 14 inciilioned ns A plant of Fife in Sibbalt's luKtory of that 
county, but flx one of lli« rarioret. Btichxnan itatos that il occurs ^m- 
tim, or u a« j'lKnliful »s Hie field-lbi»tle. This is not the cii»«. But r-vea 
tf it wtt*, tht berries are but rarely produced, and only on atrong and irrllH 
CMtablifihed plants; and even granting Lbi*, the bcrr'iM ar« only found at 
Cfrlain sraaon. AMunitng the truth of the occurrence, it 1* just as feasibf 
that lh« Scots poiw«i)*t>d narcotic niatemla, pn-parod frt>m non-indigcnotj 
•tibstnnotr!*, as that lh«y h*iA vrine with which lh«ir jnicea \te.xt inised. 
The vin# is no more a nalirt pt-oduclion of Scotland than the nigtilshade 
!«, and vines are aa scarce in Scotland as black swana or while crows. 

But the real truth is that there wa* no poisoning at all, nor, bdccd, any 
enrtny to poison. Fnrtlon, who liwd only a couple of cenluriM after the 
Itnn! of Duncan and Mncbeth. gires no awMnint of any invaaion of Ibe Danea 
during this reign, nor doea he mention the rebellion of the island rlana. 
C^tiaequatitly there is oegniive evideacs tliaL the whole f^lory ie a Sclioo,- 
a mere poetic embeUishraent; and the juice of the deadly niKht^hadc inigb4_ 
do about OB nctl for poisoning ibe Danes as it did for the Daac«' Jtiii^, 
Hamlet'a noble father: — 

FielnilNW al^M poetit 

(Jtudlibeb sodeedi Mupsr fiitt aqoa potcstek** 

The Chronicle of Uelroae, and th« historian John Major, are eqnall 
tilent on ikia eubject. 

It \s, however, mentioned by a late aiiliquarian. Chalmers, (n hif Oi2*- 
ionia, not only ignore*, but rvfutcs the entire story : adding, that there are 
a ilioUMiid liisloricttl blunders in Stevens's Introduction to Shakepeare'a 
" Mnrb^th." 

Tltiu learned autliorityBaya, in a ttDte(09fAil»iiM.Tol, i. p.'KM), — "Tlf 
was no iniifion of Fife by Suenu. the NotMeginn kin^, at that peric 
ShaltHpearc nnd Huliushed were misled bv the Scutti^li (usturians, tfh 
cofdoumled limes and pcisnnage*." "Ttie*Niir"fe3laii hantier* may hare 
flijuied the »ky in Fife' Hnring the precetlin* ivigii. 

In tlie text the learned amhor wriips, — " ricTioi* ropre«enra fhi» ghof 
period (Duncan's reitni) an disturbed by some rvbellion, and as afflictud Iv 
kome dcprciklions of the Danes." 

Ill pnge i\\, vol. i., we are told — " There wna not in Ibe rHpn trf Dob 
ran any remit in th« wcAlem \t.\ts. Nrliher i* it probable, though il 
posribic. that Sucno, tlie king of Korwuy. lnnd«^d su army in Fife durinj 
that rei^; as he appears to have been much olherwiae occupied, and 
ban ditu la 1035." In snppori of this opinion, and to refute t})e com* 

IMS.] Sleepy Nif/htahade^ King Duncan, and the Dnnes. 45 


mcntntor? on Shaltspeare. «!«peciall}' Slwims. he cites Langehek't St^iplortt 
«Dfl I^acomUe'fl Chron. de T H'utotrc du yord. 

From wlial hag bcpfi shore slated and qHOtwJ, it oppeirs ihat there is 
ust as much truth hi the historic relation of the pniiuttiifig' of the D»n4>« bf 
^le deadly utghtshade. or hy any other pluiU. as Ihete li in the »U>ty of the 
three blaok crows : — 

" Black crow* )wre been tbrown sp, tkrM. tmv and omr. 
Anil aow I ftail «Q eone at b»t to aow." 

The learned in antique lorp, and the learned in the name*, nalore. diatribti> 
tion. and qunlitiea of herbs, may rent contented, and sare tbemwlres fiitther 
trouble about the queallon. Mewl readers hsTe heartl of the tlory of the 
fi»h in the pail of tvaier, hy which the Merry Monvch puulcd the scien- 
tiAc pundiiM of the Koyal 8ocielr ; a ftlory which conreys a lemon pregnant 
vitb wisdom to eren tbe wiee men of modem limea. 


JV 5aro* of Bmr/tird.—\a. ftirfgrd 
Church, near Teobory, » t'>ie painting of 
a UrpSft in a iliroml, maufiHug 7 ft. S in. 
law, rapnoMd to repre*«nt E<tiniini] Corn- 
vm, tnuUarij known in the dtitHct u 
^tke ftrong horoB," and of wlrjm, tVutu 
MCnurdinary atature aod mtiti-uUr 
*vn, (Diuxr itrango trn'lilium stiU nuA 
t'-e nci^hbonrbooil. From lI'iMngton't 
lunl at him lie luwm* tn hava hwn an 
Idtnirable Criuhtuu iu bis way. He dinl 
fJatfS. Tl>crc wa* formerly in the pot- 
•ion of a liar. Mr. Wood, of TvnUiry, a 
ra1khiE-«taK H'd to haro bo'ongvd to 
cdrtifatMl barftii •— " It i» 5 IL long) 
ka bead, whi4:h U or iron, rant i iiuaa aboul 
'I ft. dawn ihs foar »idi% wlucb b wiDaTO 
tot tliat Irarth ; the rcatalnlnf; put ia 
ruuDiL and the button) it iliuO wilb intn. 
It U^rt h)» Initial*, and tlio licad ia in> 
bwdibcd, " In m; drfoncc, (icid m* do* 
fend r* On on« nX» of \hm ttulT i» ■ flat 
baak, as if Tar tlm parpo«(> uf Wmij at- 
tackfld lo hi* girdle. It« wciglit was 
B i W Mint bu Ivcomo of ttiia latraor* 
diuary piev« or furtiiture t 

Orifim ^ M« woni BMmh^, — Tbo 
paraiiia^ oftbia cant but (>iprMsive word 
U tDval>«d in ibo gT«at«at obftitiitv. 11i« 
WkA <*t iinUim in wlueb 1 have mot with 
It tain t'irldintr'a "Amdia," pnbliahni in 
ITul. Goinj^ )iark, Imwwtvt, ta a century 
carDiT. tlie aaiDU ward, n* it n;;pvan to 
■M^ b met with in anuibcr form. In a 
tartbot Ti-rjlcoMbook, niHeil tliv "Love* 
of Hero and Lvaoder." a <.t>[)_v of wliuli i« 

mr pcMfs iiA. fnated anocTsxnul; in 

16771 w« Kndtbaae tinea:— 

" biMkcn, qaotk UarOj lar b« aor*,— 
JTiioi-«UK. quoth lie, \yn3t knooD of jron." 

Tbi* edition of tbc work it not mentioned 
Ijnwndaa; bvt In tlwt of 1653. whicli 

it notkod bj bin, and u cv|)>' of uhidi b 
to be fonnd in the BritUk Moacnn). tba 
word, if I rrcolUtrt arijfht, ia print«d 
wwm-Aaf'r. err(iin«>n»lT, |inrh<ipa. It aMrma 
to nw not at all InipmhabU' tliat tbe word 
waa Originally oampouiidad of tatMi, tt- 
pmilve nf ul«nc«, and hmgg, a gboft or 
goblin : a m<in-£*<^ tliita miantng a derloe 
\n fKi;htrn anntbrrinto Blleni.-e. JfHm, aa 
an iniarjtietion cnijuinmf; (tb>riM, »Min» to 
liave been r«pnimt«d in Chaoccr'a tinM 
br the word <imm» ai tliat nppeara to tM 
tha inmning In "TIm UilleraV Ikle," U. 
■'HiejiFlm (tniv vcl a IMkniC WIT : 
Now. P«ttT XuHrr, • (iim.' qaud inolMlaj, 
And 'vluiu.' auod Joii. am 'clum,' qaad 
Bnt qMvy whetlier " a—m" m not tba 
rorreet Tm^ngt Tbongh the ollinr word 
ia uiiircTMllj- adnptwl, tho MS. tmy 
jMHBibljr Imte ari^iniillf b^en wronftljr de- 
cifibered. In Unnnrt'ii " I>t)cla™tion of 
EpTRiott* Popieb Imyortuwsi," 1008, (aa 
quirted in " Mntm and tJoKricy Tor Ang. 1 . 
18&7,) tbure ia the pa«Mfce< " AU '^**^ ^ 
MVHt .• Cliim, qonth tbe Carpenter, eliin 
i]Qi>tli tlip Ciifju'iiti r's Wife, nnd clOB 
(jn»tb Lbu rriar," — in allnainn, iiu donb^ 
to tlio abore paauge of Chaneer. 

Anotbcr pAMbih hot won unlikely, 
orlitiii of tJ»« wnril kuailntg m^f be fsand 
in tli« Pc3«ian tuta^in-t, a term <if abnaa 
aignifying iJl.fiitid nr sorry wniteh. If 
M, it majjxHnibU biivu bern intrndnred 
by BOinc of imr P'ryiKU Iravi:!l<Tr» in tli* 
tiitii- nf Jimtve 1.. in wboc* rrign, if U 
tnid. tbe word rAo«M originated, from an 
immtor who Kuined a«^i«aiuti ">• I'oort 
undrr the asiumcd gaiao of a eA«"«e*", W 
Turkwb enTOj. Can any »f yonr rcden 
(five tbe Ml particulars of tbw lart itoryF 
—with thi aulberitifa, if poariUa. 





May 20. JnisFH Hl-ntkr, Ksq., V..P., in the Chair. 

Mr. John Thomas JrfFcock and the Right Hon. T. H. Sotberon- 
W-P-. were elected Kellowt. 

The Rev.TuoMAa lluoo exhibited an ancient hone tkate. foond recently 
near Finsbury. Examples of tbc*c skutcs btc not ancommon; ihey ar« 
tupftoscd to be of tht fame kind u those u&ed l>y the yontb of Loadoo, 
described hv Fitz-Slcphen. 

The Director read the conclusion of Lord Coningfthy's " Histoni- of 
Politirnl Prtrticii in the Reign of ftiieen Anne," commanicated by Sir 
Henry Ellis, from the Ijinadowne MS. in the Biitieh Museum. 

The Society adjourned over the Whitann holidays. 

r »i^j 

Jufu 3. JosKpii Hunter, E«q., V.-p., In thf Chair. 

Mr. C1iftrl» Frederick Angcll and Mr. Knrdley Gideon Calling Eardley 
were elected Fellows. 

The PrrNdent exhibited a gutd coin of the Etnjieror Theodo»iu!, found 
reoenlly in Kent, hearing on the revere the legend victokia avoc, the 
Emperors Theodosius and Gratianus seated, eopporting belwecn ihcm 
a globe : Victory behind them, with wings outitpread. 

The Secretary, in a tihort note on this type, remarked that it wai 
imitated in Sasoo times, on rery rude gt'ld coinH found in England, and 
on a unique pcuny of Ciolwulf ; but here the figure of Victory, whoK ttaluea 
were, we arc told, long rcepcctc<l hy the early Chrttttana, probably rcprs- 
tenls the third pcreonage of the Triuity. 

Mr. WiLLMM MicBAKL Wtlis cxhiliitcd drawings, eicciilcd by Mr. 
B. Wilmer, Local Secretary fur ^'ormeody, of ecveraJ reVcB discovered in 
a Merovingian tomb near Benuvmia in the year 1645. The tomb wa* of 
atone, REid contained a »word and a upear, with the ornamental portioat of 
a sheath eoamelled and wt with coloured glaM. 

Mr. W. Fettit QmrriTB communicated a note on tbe identification 
of the north poetem o( ihe Priory of St. John of Jeruaalem. Clerkeowell. 
accompanied by a plnn shewing its situation. 

The Secretary (hen read a communication by him»lf. entitled " Furc^ 
tt Fitua : A Review of certain modes of Capital Punt»bmcnt in the Middl 
Age*." Among Ihe munonxl right; enumerated in some of our earl 
ehorten arc liio»e of Fiirra ri Po9ta, or gallowa and pit. — two mod 
of capital puniaiiment, of which the former obtdinn to this day, while 
latter appears to have been aboltthrd, or to have fullcn into dilute. Kveral 
centuries ago. iFucange record* the liangiug of a woman at Limoges in 
the rear 1414. and in the year 1449 a woman wan hting at Pana, where 
Ihe oo\eltr of this mode of execution brought togerher ■ Uf^e coocoursc 
of pFiiple, especially of femvles. By the laws of .Dtbilberht, women ctio- 
victed of theft were precipitated from ihe cliff, or tubmerged ; and • 

iman was thus drowned at London -bridge fur •oreery, (0>d. Jhp- ^ti. 

No. DXCI.) Coke, iu bta third " Insiitute." uyt, " Area rtmttoa, 

/MJtf u abolished ," but be affords ut no clue to the time when Iha 

[e took plaCr. Khi<~>i nas pmbcblr abon< >^^ rniiji^lp nt thr 6ttimi 




Socittif of Antiquaries. 


etatary. In ev«ry coantry wfaere the Teutonic nc« obtaioed a periDtneut 
footing, the paniahm«iit of drowniiinr prevnUed in many places up to » 
compNrRliTelr litte )>rriod ; btit the re<i»>n of its <liBConttnuiinc« retniiint 
onrspUitied. Il u sti|tp<)Hc(I ihkt Edward the Fourth's cliarler to the Cinque 
Port*, fftiuitin^ tn iheni, anion;; other privilege*, the ri^lit of Furca, led 
to the disuse of drowning, which Iwd long been pructised in lho«e towns. 
Al Sandwich. criminKlgt were, hurled talive nt a plnce called "Tltievca* 
I>awn ;" at Dover they were precipititted from the (liff called '*Siiarp> 
BMa." And tbi» i* »U|ipo»ed to be the Ittfalufaiio of Ititlf de Iletightim, 
gla w ed by the learned Selden, in hia Notes ou the Summa Parva ul (hat 
■fudge. Tbooe who neglected their aea-walU were apprehended and staked 
alive in the hrcocb, u puui^hmcnt similar to that inflicted by the ancient 
Fritiani on the criminal convicted of saciilege. «ho waa condemned to mu- 
tilation and death on the aet'ahore. It U probable thai the taunt with which 
Harold's mother was met by the Norman Conqoen^r had reference to this 
nncient mode of puni<ibment. All Europe regarded Harold as n naerilvgious 
criminal, and his burial on the sea-»hore. " ^uod aeceuut maris opetire 
»olet," was the lust act of indignity they could nfTer to his mangled re> 
mum, the taunt expresMng all the bitterness inspired by a recent conflict 
Bod A hard-won victory. Many remarkable infilHni.-cs were cited of the 
paniahmcrit of drowning in various cities of the Continent. An account 
•mi ijsu given, from the Trnnsactiona of the Society of Northern Ami- 
quariea. of the discovery of the bcxlv of a woman who had been buried 
klive after the manner of the ancient Germans, as deacribed by Tucitua in 
hia Oermania. 

June 10. OcTAVtus MoBO\y. Esq., V'..P.. in the Chair. 

Mr. William Recce and Mr. George O. Gilbert Heard were elected 

The Hev. T. Huoo exhibited a large collection of ptlgrime* signs iu lead, 
obtained during cxcaraiions in ibo year 1856 for the formutiun of a duck 
at Dowgate, on the north bunk of the Thames. In a LHimmutiicuiiun read 
by bimtclf to the meeting. Mr. Hugo described the various types, many of 
which hore allusion to Saint 'Iliomoa of Canterbury. 

Mr. MoRUAN, V.-P., exhibited a carved cocoa-nut. bandsomely mounted 
ai a tankard in silver-giU, in honour of John Maurice, Prince of Nassaa- 
Siegen. The cocoa-nut ia carved ou four sides, on one of which is the 
portrait of the Prince in armour, with the motto, " qva. p.v-ist orbib." 

Mr, Gkobok Cuafha.v exhibited a nielal casket, eaiimelled with the 
armt of Valence, Angoulesme. England, Holland, Drnbant. and Brittany, 

Mr. A, F. Carkixotus communicated to the Society remark* on Tiial 
bv Battle, in which he reviewe^l the origin of the practice from the earheat 
hiatorical notices to its abru-^tiun in the present century. 

Jmiu 17- JosBPH Hdmtix, Esq., V.-P., in the Chair. 
The Kit. Thomas LIvoo exhibited examples of modem forgeries of 
pileriina' tifrns. to which he had alluded at the previous meeting. 

Mr. OcTAvics UoKOAN, V.-P., exhibited a girdle, or baldric, of the 
6fteenth century, of Italian workmanship. The belt is formed of a band 
ol crimson and gold velvet ribbon, and has been studded throng^houl ila 
itire length with niello, in the form of six-lobed ro^es of nilver-gitt, en- 
with filugre«-work and enamel, altemiiting with smaller ornaments of 
gilar work made wilh holes to receive Ihc tongue of the btickle. It bears 


48 Antiquarian RetfarcArs. \^^fi 

rn etcatcbeon witb a coat of arms formed in niello nod gold, appirentlf 
8«IjIp. tiiree bends or. with the lettfre l b on either »ide. nenenth this me- 
dnllioTi are two iiortraita in niello, one of n gentleman wilh long hair nnd 
wearing n cap. and the other of s Udjr with her hair closely confined within 
■ caal of nettt-ork. 

Mr. CitAKLEA SfBKcan PNHrivAL exhibited tracings of 6ve wHter-mnrk* 
on the paper of an ancient munuMript oq Canon Law prcscrvtrd in the 
hbmry of Trinity Hull, Cambridije, 

Mk, E. C. Jkblano cxhiliiled a photoijTBph of the front view of a c«rv< 
ing in hox'Vtoad, of the fatter half of the fiflWMitli centiirr. prewrred in the 
Muwum at Kirkleathara, Yorkshire. The carving represent* the legend 
of St. George and the Dragon, and is the Mitne work alluded to in Graves' 
History of CleveUnd. -Ito.. Carltale, 1808, [>. 393. It it about 13 inchei 
high by 7 inches broad at the base. 

Mr.'W. S. FiTCo exhibited. tViroogh Mr. Joseph .Tackflon Howard, an 
original seal of Hugh, prior r>f Aumerle, nnd eighteen ^ulphnr castf of aeala 
of various kinds, all from charters relating to Dodenash Priory. 

The Sfcrtlary, by permission of Mr. Henry H. Young, of LeamiDgtOQ 
ftpa, exhibited a leaden cross, inscribed with the following formula: on 
one side, .iNNu , At! . 1NCAUXACI05U UM MCXXXTi: OD the other. oBtlT. 
cL.iaTCix ti. son . NOvsDBia . nOBA . T£BCLa. This object wa» found 
at Aiigers a few vchtb rince. 

The Dircctiir cxluUteil, by pi'rmiwion of Arthur TroIIope. Ksq., several 
iron we»i(iuii» of the Anglo-Suxun period, lalcly ditcovcred in tlic bed of 
the river Witham, in l.incolnshire. Among them is an example of the 
barbed javelin, aoiucwhat rcaembling the angon, in very perfect preser- 

Mr- C. D. E. FoRTNcM exhibited aonie fragnieuts of Roman, pottery 
and bricks found at Urockley Hill. Middlesex. 

Mr. Stepues Stone commumcated a journal of excavations and re< 
searches made under his direction and superintendence at Yclford, StantcHi 
Hercourt, and Stundlakc, during the past winter. This conHDmnication wai 
illustrated by b plan of the Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Yclford, and a 
model of numerous pits discovered at SCiindlake, in the immediate vicinity 
of llie ccniL'lcry in that neigh >>ourl]ood dfscnl>cd by Mr. Stone in the 
present ftcssion. See ArcKofoloaia. vol. xxxvti. p. 3G3. The expense of 
the cxcnvationB bad been very lilieraUy defrayed by JJr. Wilson, President 
of Trinity College. 

Mr. E. G. Squieq. Hon. F.S.A., exhibited four drawiiiga of objects 
of uhori^inul Americjin art. in gold, found »ix feet below the surface of 
the ground in excavating for the railway about nine miles inland from the 
city of ]*armma. 

Mr. J. R, Dahicl Ttmeh exhibited a sword, several daggns, and 
■uiue spurs, found in ihc bed of the river at HackQcy. One of the tpura 
is reinurkuble for the lengtJi of its neck, which measures \i\ inches. 

Mr KicUAiU) Almaci: himself read selections from a number of letters 
and giber documeuu uf tlie Stanhope iamiljr in tb« lutler half of tbs 
sixleentb century. 

Vutiee wab then given of the adjoumtnent of the Society to Thursday, 
November 18. 




rusT oat's pkoceisikos. 


OxroBj) during the put month has been uiiu^uftn^ guy, for apart from 
Ihe lar^e mtmbera who arc, year by ytar, ■tttacLed by the CommftinorR- 
tion, the pTevious week Mvr a very brge influx of vifitots to joitt in th« 
Gcnesj^i. ABcnrrBcmiAL CnNnuBU. The idea ihitt the timt- was come 
for n genero] assembUn;; of ihu varioua Architrrtural Societies which 
during the ]at<t fifteen ycnra hud spning up in all putA of the country, 
bad be«n luii^ eniertained, and Wcdncaday. Jiina 0, wad fixed upon as tho 
day for carrying the design into cxeculiun. It is, aA«r all, xiniply whai our 
oeighboure the Preach have long been accuelomed 1o ; each year al Parii 
delegatea from the different provincial Societies attend to report pi'ogrt-«ti. 

Th« Meeljn(( al Oxford, we hope, is but the inauguiatlon of a series, 
and as far an can be judged from the hirge ttttenditnce, and the satisfac- 
tory manner in which the proccediiiga wunt olT, there la no ruasaa to doubt 
of tbeir eucee«a. The following report of Ihe pruceediiig* we bate no doubt 
— 'I prove of interest to the readers of the Q£>-ZLSXAfl s Maoaziotl 

at tbnt ttme genend. Thmw sodciiM bars 
rsponded to ocr inTiUttun, and imit«il U> 
met't us to-dsT, and wc hnrc nnl a litUo 
to thfir thrai. Toinamiw the biiildtBga 
of the UtuvcrMtj— Uio fiiivat wid woit 
clotty c<Min(:rt<al ImilJingf in tho king* 
il-nni — will Ih^ ■lurnn ; un the toBoMimg 
day an vstiurnuii will be made to suon 
chnr^iM in Uiu noiglj1nurbi»d ■• ven 
dwnwd matt v>i>rtby of iiupectlon ; oo 
thin, thr dm aA(3iii)0R, the iiuw Oxford 
Mn»ciKa will be i-iliiblted — a liullilin^ In 
tmnf *iij rvmurl:aLli- lu odb of tlu) (frMt- 
est woHeii of lugd^TD ttiuH, hut OTitedally 
remarkahle u a bold nunplo of the ap- 
plication of tnir Oothir unnciplu* tci m-cu- 
Isr porpoiiM. Tlicrv liad bovn tnncli diacnt 
at first nbtmt the style. Hoiqr persoiu 
wore or o|iininn lliat the (}<lthlc slylofl vera 
uiBpprcinnKtv Aiid iDtnu^lnM-a ; but prqu- 
dlosbod gmdunll^ lueltud ansy. xaA |>eo- 
pla xriTo ln^inning to Icmm that, wUon 
projtvrl; tixmCiil. tlie ndaptahilit; ofUotlilo 
arehitwftnte is inftnitis and that uo other 
style wbaterer oan. like it. b« cmployod 

for evVTT pWpOKt. TIm 1>pau aXaa Cullfld 

attentioQ to the fiiot that the iiin<.-tetiilh 
centory material — iron — bsd lufii lurgul^ 
emploTpd in tlui Kirw Unwuin. Iron u 
grnduully snpcrtedjna wood !n a verj larg« 
part of the construct Ion of boildiiii^ ftc i 
we have iroo nvft. irou fnuaca for floOn^ 
and — at lea*t In the mervbaut wrvlo^— 
more iron ships than wooden ones. Us 
waa aorry to tia ohl^^ to admit tliat Ibe 
irou roof of tlw Sow Mosouw was not *t 
the prMont iooiD«it in a Mtififacrtaryiitn^, 
in coiiiwi.|n(Twii (if •oiiii; nii»oiIiiilntifiii of 
thi^ weight In \f uitipnrt^Ml tiy tlin i;ruii|« 
cfiron tbafU; buliu) had no doubt tliat 

Wtdiutdaj/. Jume Q. — At two (VclocJt, 
r.V-. K fttornX preliniiaary BteoliDg wo* 
h«M In the HocMy'a Booni^ In HolywtU- 
street. IntbcawBnaftheVlcv-Chaneel- 
lar, the I'TMittrot of the Soctity. The chuir 
«M t*\m bj thv S'ary Itrr. thi> Dtmu of 
CbriK Cbnrcb, win opened the Conyna 
Kitb a dwft bat intonaling and appiopri> 
ai« sddreM. 

" The object of tha Congress hr believrd 
to ht to VDoble •r«!liit«cttira1 ■tiidpiita, niid 
tlMM who take any iuterrat iu wir i^ri^l 
rwvival of Gothic art, to «OHti»re old srnrlu 
witb tuoilem worlis. and to saoartain how 
hr wo bad be«ii gullied in (he erection of 
tm own buildings by tW prtDcip'es nf 
Inith sod rMlily with wliicli oor lathors 
hsd hwa iniptrrd ; nnd tltit contiddTstian 
ltd him to another point — the chcdce of 
OxJbnl for the Congmo. )I« tlMx^iht it 
tlu aott approprislv plovt- that could liave 
b(wn eboani. for here fauld bo Men, «iil« 
bv *\Ae, •ome of the n'jhlest work* of on- 
tjiiuityj and sonte of the bo<rt and tnoat 
stnUag eSati of the men of our own 
Hbm. HorMver, Oxfind gave birth to 
Iho flrrt of oor urchilM-tond airiptiiw; 
the babe. indL>«d, was otill iu ite infjincy, 
for it had tiirfwl only twYnty years; yet 
it hwl donn oanA wiirk. jitkI bomii Kood 
frtiit. Twwntj' year* ajt'i Utile or notliiug 
«u kntnam of (iothtc nrvhilivtun- ; now. 
hj the iDnnt> of thii H>di^tj', oiid IbuMf 
other nomeroui wekitloi uUIch bare ipovn 
tp akHif with It in abntft every part of 
KiiuUdi^ tho knovli>dt(» of tra« prinri- 
|i' .■! iu art and aKbltectuiv has l>(<<on>i> ** 
widd; diflhied OS ignorance of iban was 
GtM. M40. Vol. CCV, 

48 Antiquarian Betearehes. ['ulf* 

rn escntcheoa with a coat of arms fonned in Diello and ^Id, apparently 
Sable, three bends or. with the lettere l b on either eide. Beneath this me- 
dallion are two portraits in niello, one of a gentleman with long heir and 
wearing a cap, and the other of a lady with her hair closely confined within 
a cnnl of network. 

Ur. Crablbs Spkncbr Pkrcival exhibited tracing of five water-marka 
on the paper of an ancient manuscript on Canon Law preserved in the 
lihrary of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. 

Mb. E. C. Irxland exhibited a photograph of the front view of a earr- 
ing in box-wood, of the latter half of the fifteenth century, preserved in the 
Museum at Kirkleatham, Yorkshire. The carving represents the legend 
of St. George and the Dragon, and is the same work alladed to in Gravea" 
History of Cleveland. 4to., Carlisle, 1808, p. 393. It is about IS inches 
high by 7 inches broad at the base. 

Mr. W. S. Fitch exhibited, through Mr. Joseph Jacbaon Howard, an 
original seal of Hugh, prior of Aumerle. and eighteen sulphur casts of seals 
of various kinds, all from charters relating to Dodenash Priory. 

The Secretary, by permission of Mr. Henry H. Young, of Leamington 
Spa, exhibited a leaden cross, inscribed with the following formula: on 
one ride, akwo . ab . incahnaciohb dsi mcxiiti ; on the other, obizt . 
CLABiciA II. ifON . NOYBBBia . HOBA . TEBCIA. This objcct was found 
at Angers a few years since. 

The Director exhibited, by permission of Arthur Trollope. Esq., several 
iron weapons of the Anglo-Saxon period, lately discovered in the bed of 
the river Witham, in Lincolnshire. Among them is an example of the 
barbed javelin, somewhat resembling the angon, in very perfect preser- 

Mr. C. D. E. FoBTNTTM exhibited some fragments of Roman pottery 
and bricks found at Brockley Hill, Middlesex. 

Mr. Stepheit Stone communicated a journal of excavations and re- 
searches made under his direction and superintendence at Yelford, Stanton 
Harcourt, and Standlake, during the past winter. This communication was 
illustrated by a plan of the Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Yelford, and b 
model of numerous pits discovered at Standlake. in the immediate vicinity 
of the cemetery in that neighbourhood described by Mr. Stone in the 
present session. See Arehaologia. vol. xxxvii. p. 363. The expense of 
the excavations had been very liberally defrayed by Dr. Wilson, President 
of Trinity College. 

Mr. E. G. SqciEB, Hon. F.S.A., exhibited four drawings of objects 
of aboriginal American art. in gold, found six feet below the surface of 
the ground in excavating for the railway about nine miles inland from the 
city of Panama. 

Mr. J. R. Dakiel Tyssek exhibited a sword, several daggers, and 
some spurs, found in the bed of the river at Hackney. One of the ^ura 
is remarkable for the length of its neck, which measures 12| inches. 

Mr. RicHABD Almace himself read selections from a number of letters 
and other documenU of the Stanhope family in the latter half of the 
sixteenth century. 

Kotice was then given of the adjournment of the Sodety to Thuiaday^ 
November 18. 



OxPOKD ilurinj Ilie pasl month has been unueualljf gay, for apart from 
the htfft DUinbcn wbo arc, year by year, utirncted hy ihc Commoinont- 
tkiD, ihc prfTioM w«k g»w a ven,* Inrge influx of visitors to join in Ihe 
Ckskmav AncBincTTHAX CoTtosESs. The idea that tlic lime was come 
lor m irrnervl a^ivmbling nf ihn ifirious Architectural Societies wtiich 
during the lul Ultcen ytan had Rpmiig up in nil pam of the coiiittry, 
bad been long colertained, and Wi-dnendi}-, June U, was fixed upon as Dm 
day for ODTvin^ the dcfign iiiiu execution. It iti, afier ill, simply what our 
atigbbDun the Pniioh hA\c long bcro Bccnslamed to ; each year at Faria 
d««nte» from Ibe different proviDcial Socictiva attend to rcpurl pro{>rew. 

1m Meeting at Oxford, sue hope, is but the inauguration of a aerie«, 
and M far as can be judg«d from the large attendance, and the sattsfac- 

y manner in which the proceedings went otf, there is no reason to doubt 
' their succcwt. The follgwing report of the proceedings we have no doubt 
re«l to tho readvnt of the OLSTLmttJi^t Macazive. 

prove of inttretl 
nan dax's noaxovfot. 

Widmndag, Jifo 9.— At two o'dork, 

. m ffMunl prKlimliMrjr nMating wm 

! In the Sod«4y'a Raomfi, in II>;)^wvU- 

-^ In Itar abMniTenrthc V'lfv-Cluinc*!- 

I IVwiilent (if tli« H(icn.-t<r, Hw chnir 

hj ttw yvrj \\xf*. till.' Diim of 

rhiurb. who opened iko Cimgreoi 

_ > •Ix-rt but tuLtreMiag and appro)vi* 

-*Tb«cilg(c1 of tbeCongroM hf bcliovMl 
lu fc« Im vnable mrcbiUH.-timil Ktiuknti^ uid 
I^Md oho take any iiitvmt in our grwt 
rtfT^al of Uothie art, to raoi|«re oUI work* 
Kitli nMdera worlo, awl to Mccitain bow 
br *e kad bcoi iniided iu tbe or«ctiou of 
«tr (nni liuitdiiii^ hv t)i^ pnnriplM of 
truth Mtd rcalil,v witii wliirb our fatlim 
tad bem inapiredj and this conilikratioii 
ltd bUa ta anoUHr point—the clxdce rf 
Qdbnl for Ux VtK\grv». lie llio(i(;;liL it 
tbt twMt apprapralv pUcn- ttint rould ha«v 
Imoi cbnni. tar hen could be locn. iJilo 
Inr MBttaatt uf lltc nibti-st work* Afan- 
tiMiitj, and aotnp of tku best and tixMt 
it I ihUn cflbrLi of ibc mm of our own 
Una. Uoronvr. OilVird gave birth to 
Itw ftnl iif our airhiUi-tural fcx-it-rM^; 
tbt babf, indcvd, wu atill in lU lDr»ni7, 
" ' 1 axiated onljr twrnty yean ; jot 
' ittO» eond wnrli, and borae good 
iSrmijr jmn ago titUt or DOthtng 
ImawB of (Jotbk' aNhitertan ; now, 

nVBDa ..l' irH-'.>>:T. Uld tbiMW 

■ jjiyKti 

■ -.Mi of 
■, .■ lit iru. jtriinri- 
„ J in art 'in- biu U-wiop a» 

3dal}^ iBAu<-<i lU i^iiLiranroor llwn wu 
Orrr. Mae, Voi. CCV. 

at that time ircaend. TlioMMcietwaliava 
rcqxHKlrd to nor invitatUm. and anlted to 
meet an Uhdair, aud <* e bave uot a littla 
(o then thi.-iB. To-morrow tha buildinfp 
of thQ Cniverdty— the flmst atkd most 
ctoaely conneoted bnildlDgs la tlw king- 
dcvn — will ba dMwn: on tbe feUowinr 
day an excorrion will be made to mm 
diitrt^ea in the nrif^liIioui'biXKl ai wa« 
deemeil inoat wotthy <>'' ii]i>[>wlion; oo 
thi*, tbt' Sni aftoni-joii, llw nuw Oxfenl 
MoMaiQ will bo r-ibtbitcd — a building in 
mvvtj way rcnwrkable ua cm; of tU« (pvat- 
Mt work* of loudern tiniM, but mpoi^lj 
maarkablo oa a bold eumiile of tbo ^>- 

Iilication of true OoUiic priticiplca to aecn- 
OT purpoaoa. lliere bad neon ntiidi dttvent 
at Hrat aboat tho etrlc Mnny panona 
were uf ofjinion tbiit t.lio tiiitJtio riilcf weto 
tnapproprinto nnd intnujtnblo ; liut nrcju- 
dice bad gniduall; tnvUvd away, and |>«r- 
pie WCM beginning to Idflni that, vrlirn 
pTop«riy ti>aat«d, tli« adaptability uf (.lutbic 
arcbitocturc ii iufinite, and (liat ni ullicr 
■Iflo whnti'Tiit can, lik« it. If mi[)li>vi'd 
for evcrjr porpute. The Deau aUo cullixl 
atttmioo to tbe (iui tbat the luDBltfrntb 
oentorj natolal— iron — had bnui Urgol; 
einplujed in th« Ntw Matcum. Iron ia 
gFadiudly supcrwdin^ wnod in a vtry Urge 
part of the canstructwii uf buildings, ke. ; 
we bare iron roofpi, ii<an framea for floora, 
and — at kaat in tbe laerdiatit smrice — 
■son tion •hip* Uian wooden oaea. Uo 
waa *ony lo mi obligrd to ailinil that Ibo 
iruu (Vol uf tho Now Mumuih wa* not at 
tli« pr«aent moment \n a aatufai^tM^- Mlago, 
in <'(m«ii|ULtice of (ome inixmlmUtiuti nf 
tb« w<^f;lit to be «ijppart«d bj- tlu> R:n)ut<a 
of iron ibafta j but Va lud no doubl ttiat 



in concM of fraction. Tbe |«rty pro- 

t voond Uu Dppur CDRtdo- into tlw 

Uofenre-raotB, ■mhtrt the Ovao of 

; CIiiuclirvnuiiMlLiK chair ^ kwltsll- 

npou IMAcbnil (Id wkon «■! ui<l 

ftdnaiy th« Unram u « liuf«l}r [iKti>lit«d 

' itt its nary exjatAoee, koA iLc fu-t tluit it 

ibdii^ anctod ! ■' ' i ' ., ly 

iRlEOoet o^ V .c 

bo nvDibmof tL< -.-..,...>- . ^^..jti 

' tlvD ovigbi ukI rus of the tohcme untl 

w!, rating, 

■il »Bry ». ; -iwd by 

irfTuM of Wdlj sti-coitd k'kvAtiona m 

OTlioiu of the hoitdbift ud • %ooA tilodc 


Dr. ArlMid nnoowcd Ua ranwlM by 
ring tlut la tUi niiMtcecitb craCurjr, 

:;r« aftbttgnUt^dptM »l'tJKi* natural 
world voA hift mai fonnntkni Lluui wu 
known hjr • jwum but a rory little *,\\i\e 
•trov it wai fl^ >'i.-uSMry tiiat cTiT^- 

thlag ■honl'l ' istouil tbo )iim>k-< 

ledf(B of tlic Hi'iMixi iif maUoii, fo &« 
w th« (.VvatM- ItaM wilkil to '^pi'ii ttum 
np to man i~henea the OkTord Miucnm. 
In tUa ImSdlnR pvitj- r^dlUj- tronlil bo 
ofln«d )o tbe Mudntt of iIm- •urlil, aiul of 
man. ThemypUlaninuDiltbaocrridDni 
wonldtoMfagMk^; tbo iron rttttagvufllie 
•patMlMJa of th» raof wooU bMdi botanv j 
ftnd be boped that tbe aq;ih*lB tnd tbt nV- 
bcl*, vlttcb DOW are leA in luaM'tre UuoIb, 
would one djiv oHUi « caD)plet« aeriN of 
OBT fldc* aadflor numt. AU tbe bnildtiig 
waa intaidad to t««-li mow grcAt kaaoo^ 
cut only in art aiul arcbitdetitrv, hat alu 
1b Uh JUwtnliaw aAvdcd by iIil> vevvnl 
perte of the ^agymt* to whUli tliu wIk>U 
it deT()t«d. And not only tbia, Imt it bad 
becB deteralBed that tlic centnl stm, 
yiXuA bad heca cmerod wiib a g\am roar, 
MmI waa iut«fulMl tocaubuu tbacoUrctiuna 
kK ({MdiDcfB. riKnild bo mrrouadfd by 
at&tnM of yyt»l (ficntitlc nitn, Itcnn Ar'tfl- 
toLle diiwnsiiriU: navrrul nf lluuiv lutd 
been giron (; tbo quNO, and wore *n the 
fraud t otbenw bo had o» d»iibt, woold 
eona in by d^grai^ liD «wry outImI ebould 
ba*e Ita Oj(iira. Aa to the deoorslton of 
Uw boildbif, hfl had ntd alnady tbat 
BnKb aP wbal wee ioUiukd to \» carved* 
wtvk had hom fbr the prnm^t trft ia 
Uocbi be bdloved tbat it wna tar bvtttT 
that a little ehoold now bo doiM< well, thiui 
tbat nnob ehoDld be dam badly; aud 
ttait tho floiB|iliito omUBotatiiHi of tbo 
dwnld be left fas the grndnal 
. of poalorily. 

tiailu predude tbe poedbUI^ gf 

doitt^ juAic« to Dr. Aclaad'a admiraliJ* 
iK^arv, which oorinti«d abuut an boor in 
tJio delin-ry, but tbe fiiltowiw abort ae- 
eoant of the ohjeol* of tbe Hueam will 
Hsplaiti thi^ ntlwtance of it*. 

" Tli« visiter wiQ beet apprcciato the 
baildin^ liy leaniin^ tlwi purpmoe for 
u hidi It h;ia bt<m er«ct«d. A bri«f bU- 
t-irii.'al Miutcb mil explain tbi*. 

" In tbe bruMihfa of bnmaa knowkdge 
which dLiaAy occnpiiil tbe leanted worid 
boforv Lbi* oeoloiy, CMbrd wm pR>-CDii. 
beut. Tbti wDliirv nubrral in aair itiidl<eL 
Tbe taatcrial world U-jjan to be aa aodo- 
lossly iDV(i«ti|ai(L-d na fcimierly ttie dconaiii 
gf nu-ntai or Uuf^utiUc acoenw liad b«vn. 
For the new Bcionca Oiford bad no ade- 
nnato appSaocea. T\iaiB^ Bujle luut 
nouriihpd ben. and Aebiaote had node 
ber« ihc fint jtltucan in England, all 
GouJd btit bo created at nDc«. Tbe I>uii> 
caiia imprtrrud tbd Aalnaolcaa Uiuonu j 
Kldd l(«turod : BueUand made a great 
and VHlniiLJe Geologiod collection: and 
Or. Al'IkuiI, who iticceMlod Kiild In the 
tuiall wboul at Cbrlit Cborcb. nltod tbat 
ffltaMiahmrtit to a working cdurational 
iivlitution. toiurtmcltd on the mort oitni< 
i>1vt« PbyiiulDgioal mudcl, tbut gf Jdio 

" Bui tbi-ai- i,irt«btiahniEiif« wen romoto 
from iMcli otIiiT, and wvN eacb Ibr too 
nuall. It was thunfflit better to nnita tba 
OoUcctioM wliidt iUiutrate tlu; an«ral cog- 
nata nntural HcioncM into oue great whok) j 
■ad to comUn^ witli the nl^etlone ade* 
quatt) •rork^ruxiw, dli>m;liiif,'-roCiiiM^ and 
htboratoriee, In wliicli ilio tludeota can b« 
tfnictticaUy tangbc to work f^ir tbanudm 
in their Mvcral autmcta. Thaagruat •chema 
waa (iratacd on in IMft by Prufijaaora 
Daubeny, AcIiumI, and n alker, witb 
Mours. Hill, tinnvri'll, and oiben, ait^ 
gradually fbuud fuvour. At length, after 
a puUlo Dompetltion, tbe- pi«aeut building 
HaaacnptM by (.'on vocation. 

" Tboe fvw worda havt; oxiilaincd (be 
nature of thir nbiioe. To study elScK-ally 
the natural world, four oppliiancce are nis 
cisury, a.'id tbcao nniat U; in inuiu-diata 
pruitiiuity tc eadt otliur. 

"I. CoHectliMM UIoBtrative of eaeti nato- 

"a. Leetore-roonia. 
"8. Work-nMnMt Ubontoriea, and dia- 
Mcting-roonu. both fix ptoTcstore and 8tu> 
d«it« of «»c}i dppartmrnt. 

** 4. A Sacnliftc Library to (urolib tbe 

* Vebaventnwtid tbUfrem thanaw adltlcm 
or the » OaBA^ook far VWurt to OxtotA," ]VH 
pnbUAed ky ill* MnvK. FarkEr, dim of the taatt 
MaoUftl and eaaiilMe Onlda-book* «• Lave mw 
•MB, «( wUck «• bopa u> glva a (unlker aocvnat 


Antiquariatt ReneareliVf. 


UluriltiK of KHtunJ UMo«]r In aQ U» 


'< Tliu iTTMt iltMi^i) ia ha* andertokMi. 
Tttosmnxl l>w« iif tlwqitivwMfltid Untr 
nplumiKm in tbe Simttionttieal, Attro- 
noBdoil. bDiI Kipcritoental l*byi)n At- 
{NtrttnmU ; tbk atnti-ltini r^ oar plaaH 
if rxitraiDv>] and >li^ribvd I? Owlo^. 
Ninumlagift uid ChnDistt7; tbe life <4' 
D«r glob* It tbe Pbjisdii^iai], Aiwlo- 
nival. Z4Mk)tpcalicieiiMii mm tbediwivra 
hv ibe toonu ikiiMfd ta ICtdldluiw lli^ 
lutdclifiin TnnrM* wiD prnfaaMj era 1oii(; 
AH th« ■pkodii) libruioi with theCrMt'iim 
of Minitlfic book* wlucb they Inkra ml- 
Icctol : »im1 to Lbeae Mr. \\"iv, tbt^ niui- 
SnMit dunur uf it njv Kutmiinlti^pad col- 
Uctioia, vrill «ld tio mull ooutrllmliou. 

"liu «oQ(«tIOM KM to be amj)|p!d ta 
llw vottoX i roOEHl wkicb are mrrnlnr* 
on two Bonn : ont of Uimv cucrtdan aro 
enttmoea etb«r to tbe omrt or tht nxoat 
of the arvrral ilr|NirliMeaU; muI brjoixl 
tliwe romiM, and natnil* tlw iaain liuiM< 
ing^ af* 0Ht«r inu»T(rre4 eonru kdiI iliv 
tacbtd boildinn for imsmo* or noiaji dii-- 
ninil, nwdauKMl, and anatonund icurlc. 

" Thia xtrr dcj^aiit anil «lciutiv« n&u^ 
of liuildtfiir w in the oariy Goiliie *tjle of 
lilii? IhiTt.'4'iith etatnry, anil wa« Intill in 
[ISr-S— &^ b« i^irThotna* Daiichu mi, au'l 
Ir. Wiiwlirnrd, at the «prtu«- irf the I'm- 
Mnity- Tbr r.»itr«tl WM tiMtrly t;H'»»0 
fiir llir laitilititc only. Tb« Knl t'"^ui 
wl^rb rntoliM tlui m on tarBiiiir tbe 
comer of Uie imll of Wodbaui xanleii b 
tlw dienlnl Labontorr, with itit lufVy 
oelBgom] roof ud four tall ebiBnoj-H, In 
Ibe itjk of tbe OtaatOBbnr; kttdirn. To 
tbv OMt of ibis Is tbe kvvpi'r'* Itoase, and 
Id Uw north U the main Intikling, nlrkli 
ftoata to till- wcat, anil Iw* « tmlrwmjr- 
toirrr fai Utu milic Tba vtiur-liirrrla at 
t)i« uvLej are tuiHiralarlj craccAd. Tbe 
two ntOKa of pcintMl irindmra of two 
fl^iU, i*itb taarlila thalla and fcnlptomi 
FohIiHrI*. bav« a tvry Aii» oBiivt. Itpyoml 
''thfl^iti boildinf to tbu nDrth-VBl ii 
. flW' BBatominU court aitd drparttnent. 
^Slw itilnuuv tu tbo wbole Mru* of buibl* 
i is nniler Ibe ^teway (owvr > {awinir 
j[b an an'hnray wilJi a pr<>in<tl atone 
■idt, we find i>[irH.-I<i^ in ■ 4|tiadruig1o 
UmKUidal \\j a ilou1iU> wi of clo«l«r*. or 
nrrhluth TUir oaort ILmU U vntrrKd lu 
rltli a nil/ of wikh] and gloM) rvvtiiig uti 
iron pilUn, witb ca|iitiilj uf «arird 
nacnt«4 in iron. Tb« •huf'-* tif 
tfct HilatcT, an Well ■• tbixi- ' ' 
doHiU aK atf dtBimint rmii'' 

IliimniriTio ifib l-. • 

tliat of the CbniUi fttiAtis In tbe vtf\ 

"f>ni^i;bof Ibe [liltrtn ther* Uai^rMJ 
Time will f>ni>tK>H, no <':•> .I'lomtrlbiiUdJ 
MaiDH of tbe VOL- iiKovmi*) 

bimI jiitniiotrr^ ^ '■ urt-, 

ArfaMV, llir 

(Mr tge. Hit ->i.i^i-.i} '.'nn-i 
ffncMMuIt (tsi r fi«v, iiif Iti>1tiii; 

QalilM), iuul N«r1-" I I- 

atraof Oxtod gait< 
Tliirty4wo are r««| 
•erUa. ltetU«(i i "it yt 

arddtMUm to il . r whicb M 

U naoli it lua; b- it 

propoaed to oan^i- > e 

vanon* Fauaaaaaa c i .-.>'. < \i-i hl.- ur ot-' 
liiict, oit tbe many ■•»WI^ >ii|rit,u, and 
ln«H^ ni^»^fclBi iir.i TiriM.'tit^ bj- tnj-ioo* 
(rieoti* of ibi 

l>r. AeUn>l > tm mnot tnteTCat> 

in^ di*nrar>» \>f ruwlmf; Iho (oltdw'iiii 
very r«ltml>I» lc<tti.T foim Mr. Rtulun. 
IjaiiU'imii wbu inuT b« allu«cil to bar 
bla aav aUiOt the- Mit»miin, ua ha* \»t bir 
vAf liUxmlt^v cuDtribvtad lu tU lixlfm i 

■ pro- 


■ inkr UHubk of 

dun I iMt hMH (K'ri 
em* ■( UiB «vrk* il ' . 
ToDuM Inecla nwc cai>tr«.> 
aa MUlrtl J flaameiotj Inoe. 

•■ BMir*tv MllftKlorflf T*ry f^w hxif* *t* it 
•anlwi an4 wlwa tb« »M»n"'i— ■ ' ' 
■taaetv iarolM* tbe dwelaiiia«ii - 
•ad prafTa^va prlnciiile*, v» ni'j 
*npu>Mrara4iMB«iMreol dlMi<t» 
du* furllj to buuian ovakMiB, «nd 
wlul Uw aacteata wnaM ha'* rtIM ' 
wa ■» J, perbapi, iii.Fi- - ' ■ ' r TJ 

Mai, wtdeh ArUda a:, .mUr 

aannnplWwd wittuni: <<• ■iid 

dcduMtoiifl. pnibabl* um < 

" rarhapB la wiinna to ) < 
1o Im ttw btwMsM M mail. 
Unwoni, I amr be anmrdnu • ,<.■■• <n i.. 
of oUi«r*, M nil aattanei Tomnaik 

" I ■■! quite nUT that wlin roo flm Mad 
niuritUlurnce wtdreeiia tbaaUuMofa tidiklf 
di^fii, rou dhl ao anrfar the eowrhtlaa. (ba^ 
bj bU ibe moMMAf mpoaid ll*>ili At 
(toUiic ■ojlct Ibal tbe MHuee and 
UolUc. (iniwill Ml MUtd. Uf la Ha I ~ 
to all and ; tn Uiit perfrt:* Md 

Mlllr vtixa *oBi<t reakle the anUieet *_ . 

lid* an tkni KM ir^ulrtd In ihe atmiilHt anf 
■calofitcBlcalvaf i aadtofflTW ycm tba bert 
oAciB, Ibv baal laotiire-EDnaa^ Uboratonaa. aad 
■awnau wUab omM ke pronito4 via ike ens 
of oHWev al Ula aiaiMHl. 

Ibh; •• . 

jam "Wij wn>'' 

ma aaf ar^n'. 

■ 'r.tinl la ikini 

oiXh tbnutWr 

UU Mn>^ aku-U ..,4«l l» UjhI^ tu vUava WbcWwitr Uai%vo a^w-o^nnalill 


Gt/urai Archttecturai Cutigrett. 


waw IMW auf b» pfttrMMl liL «U *Ufr mtIm 
MndwtaGotMa: Mid I tUnk it In • btdUiai 
■HM tm mattf obj(«u of nuMw Utid\ it ■ 
' «bn BlB imicUw of krcktlaotiire lu Wrn 
»«brt M*fM*ri bjr iko inntiiwai or nedm 
Mp> Mul U karHr jM aTinuihnl PompMaly 
«tlfc nftA Id Uw orv aiMii« *t hU divpiwaj : 
Vankr MMb ciiFuautancc* anil willi MaiF«k*l 

la«n Mats fabb l<ra«ri]t runUilnir lla nrnvirr- 
■^d«i )va M««, 1 tbUk, u naeb u cooLj 1h 
MNi naBUi»idapUiiD«if •ii/<l(l«wti*UurTiTr. 
''IW 1 an KiMh okuM •auooa ftiMai Iko 
J—iradi tf Iha buU^lsff ; fur 1 lor OM II 
vtn fa* banleO m cooirlnliM, mi llurt. pully 
Ml l^atr mai {■'*)■ >* MtotlWim ■v«ium;r, n (iral 
«VWnHMir i*U) W iMt «f MliMRlDfl Ihe b(wl 
limiB# at MsUUrtunl (luul In Uni cf aB olh«r] 
«rti, Tm M* frtsDlidM i4 GoUito dceviUM, la 
Ik^DMlVM «■ itrnpU aad bniilifkl as Ikoae of 
OMkla MWiraMMk art kt ln>> umVnUMd. a* 
•rt. fcf U» Kailtak pMUfc, aaJ It la Unb liktly 
IKU Mf •»•'"■">"■"■*•■■■> b* inkn 19 twTjr 
tbiM vut. Tim kou* *• wril aa I »]uit Itiaaa 
paMH^Iaaw*: m ii mar *>* *vin<ilrBi WT^o 
(ikal I da«U lirn •Utf Umw brirltf aa I acMiX 

otiarLf, ud lM«a rwuM to lUppca* tb«r 

■>• aaf |i1"l b)' Ui( prwdpal ^roMuMts al llw 

" I. T^ Knt DftoMfla of OeiMU iet«atiH i« 
BiM ■■!**« %iuatttTal food an alU ba man 
f mulq ii>afDl«b«BakuiUa<l(maU(v>*oU«, 
•Ml (Hwta« put if ■ MUtcWd t^Hfia. tbma 
whfl* It la lanan and irpanud. Tbal U U mr, 
■ ptaH ol teoIKora « ptfailai a( a ccroui 
•Ovvail M«til will ba moc* omAiI wbea atm od 
tti (roDl « • bvUdiac or ■■ U» ma or a roon, 
■ad, thwaitow, br Maajt nermm*. Ibaa If It bo m 
■ult •• lo t* oolr *a|*H« af bfiBB M«n br tma 
cB two at a ttaaa; atid It vill be man mchit 
vlwa K> eomfabirt wUb Khar worK a> to pr«4itoa 
flMl kM of tmpraMiaB unaallr tnian) ■ tabUnte' 
-M It 11 f*ll « looUiW al Mr irtMl ••r1«> gf 
faad palnllnp, ot al Ibn (tool itf a oaUiedrat— 
tkM W U ba M wpantttf u to aulta aaly a 
apHnal vaodarwaainiralkni. fotb ta n hal In 


palnlliiKi tr MaMDkiv ia Oia PrvMih 

lion of ihtt nu «VT* to«f1il, I belinv, 
iha EifclbttM upaoA for ttO cutima 

-^ TMT >"*b irpraaaMled ■«» flgm, about 

laifcwHli iiT. II imrnlr I llnj T i ilhir 

_ Busrtlcr ■VMdtBr tn • <lw * to>l. Matiba at 

thaw yataliiiK* oontrivd any InlorviatlnM, or 

pMtOMrt aav amMloa vbaitvtTi nwpt tkat wf 

at tMr wlMitla and daxtran* rMoulioii. 

01 be plaavd by mrtT paaMaMr* c«i 9m 

' toiaU privata Bpailmnria. «ba» tbaf 

' biTBwaor tvlf«a•«tkfarmlil»ntl»• 
< of B** lulRnln*' nioitnatlBai vhUfi people 
'iktKk Ibcu o:irw altft lUutr. Tba «bm «■• 
MMtri >« ihaM to;* mmU be unnir aaBciMiB 
la Mvav a larga batMair «Hli ■■■«• rrMBon. 

UMltiw tu rrttr paawr bj, aad rarrcMUtu 
a Mrn partKM of UW UMmt at ■■; itvra i^rkid. 
Val iLoitAcral lriuim<-7 elu* Curnpaaa patroiu 
«f art I* (o fTvibv «1) (HBi 4*U lA a oar thua 
■alraUud I0 ma tcr Ih-hWII aa llw p«Mla, and la 
(rate* luaia lt« waitia tm«nivao( vlilnh ilia 
f*tatl|al adtanlata U that a laakaaJ k^r^a 
•HaM t«Md« Ibam laf Mklf. 

" I kn* n» liKritallM la ■aytam Uial an !»• 
Mbditn M(a«liD««^ nliUnir •emt'bat rrm ta 

Am Wllna of pnaivaMf «»*l oas wtt hn «aa 

~ r Mlun^ la ar tha ran nf tin* irHMnMft. 

Lk^ ol Aiana, uavbtt allh a aanaa otaaeunr 

~ am n vbai may b» Midljr pncotM and 

■mad fRaa p4aM ib plaaa | aad alio arlili 

r MIfM Ii Oa Biiaiiw nirigaUtM ul pn- 

'.ntkm ihaaln ilwauntaeaf »**«• 

, or Uk* ti pr »<«tMi <f crtat laeu or 

*TW*«I Mn or Um OaOto IvtlTatWU l» to 
' WMIihr^ tmfUtt poi^lc, ikb ladbw ta aO 

U* tlir«t tniuada. W« d«4i* lA] la maba an 

liinR and puUlclr baaHI«l«l, liulMd oT unall aDd 
piivniaiv cDtToited or •cvlodH; |B| u ntaka 

aii Dxrd UuArud ot porlablc. aHrvlailnc II «1tfc 

bxal tharacMr ami btMohoal mraicvTi (C/W 
aaako an (xpnartte liMtcad oT ntrioiw, nnublo 
lor It* luffgMrUotM aut WaebUif*, aor* lluia tot 
t^ modF or ita manabalWc. 

" )(. Tbr taeowl iiTaBi prtMlplaaribaQalkle 
R<ritalliUl> thai all art onplo^ In detoraliofi 
(bOQld br lafdnuUt*, aonarjInB trtUhral Oata- 
BButa aboal Daloral fact*, IT it nmiay* aay 
•talrmrai. II nay Mmttmaa ncnlT ocaapoaa 
Ka divaratkiaa ef motaloa, cbt<]i>ar>. boaava, tr 
oibcT tncanlnslea omaamta : ■ui If it nprp- 
Mnt*vr(>l^o rorm land la bH hapoTtant placra 
U vill rcftrearal tt), tt vtU fire that ram traih- 
fully, ittth a* math (aaMiibUtxa l» Bat hit *■ Uia 
BceeMarr tTtatmcfit ol tba pMea of onaiocni la 
>luaaUua vllt adinlt at 

" TUa pftBttptc li iMTt dtonled ibaa the 
tn< araonr Ihn OolUe Ibrltalbl* tbciiuolira. 
l.bovrvct. iKiiil It irlniply aadaatlrvly. bvtlCTlnf 
that <'' II alwayi, iwfrrtt partbua, 

■oat > 1 I iuulul irliea It l> foaodaJ 

oa llii* I 'ilrd liiiv«kilt« of natural 

forai*. HMil rawUs^Uj taaitri Mtk katr«kd||a 

'• Ui. Tb* third ciaai prtMttM ar tba OoUil* 
rcvlTal b that all ardillnluTal omamtfitalkat 
rtioidd hw aaaculad by tba oaro «ho iMn II. 
and ■bdoid ba of tbiMiu d wt ia ia ef aKcaUouaiv 
adtnltttav, and dienfon ajteUM. tlw iDWUflMit 
c»-oparatlan of tartaaa tlaww of »citm» ; and 
tbat a mat pvUia «4Um ikauM be. Is HnlptaN 
and pahnlBC, Kauealiat Ika aa»« aa a snat 
•konia In nntfa, U vUck, vU*. mhapi. tuara 
mar bo aa1]r imb dt two Tidoaa parltatbr iMlocd, 
anJ of ptricM iwaatnta ( tha rati bttiit b vailou 
danevawoalur and iMaouMTatcdJ.jrrt all bclnf 
nM Ik bamMoy, aad Mch aoaiauitB* a part 
Mnabtcftt with lu atrnMtb, tba body ofaoDnd la 
aablln*. la tpHa «r ladlJUoBl waahit at iow. 

'•Tiu HaMam at O&frad ww, I know, to* 
tandiA b* 11* daalKBar taaskUl IB M dceonUm 
tba «arUn«of thaw tkniBiirtDclplaa; ballnlba 
Ttrr b« ri Itt dotiii M n baaoaaN aapond to 
ehsata afocaariaoa) hBiue, ot tftn to acrtmii 
AaeeinllturM^ mib a* vould not at all bava 
attended tbo aAmtion at an ntabttataed mode of 
modem irait. It I* aaq* to cam capltala oa 
modrla known tot ttna thouaaad fran, and laa- 
I<oMlbl* to fall la lb« ApiiIknltoB of MertaalMl 
lartfaod* and ft>rnuS«4 mlra. Bui h I> aol 
poailblc to aupoal ngunMlj 10 naw aanona of 
Jnditnuat wlUioul llir iliaan «r ilrlnc ofhoea ; 
DW to -vm""^ Inio H-mre (be rarfov* pbaiwa 
of fawnaa laanrr snl iitlrUiri-ncf, vlibMitec- 
nwtniitllj tadieit tbc umgwr* niuiit and the 
latoDlfenvc frahtf. Tvui Oifonl Ifuti-ura I*. I 
baa tiafl !t* uinanmiliitkni. la an; telUitx fuU, 
tniaicd to the Innatlaa of itie warkaaa i tM 
ntnM I* hlirhtj *albb«tar;, tbo l«o pro)tKtia| 
vlndowiat tMeitr«ndtla* oelBiiMwaTitinuia 
aSk«t aa aaftfalaK I baoar In sirll DotUo : biri 
br oMta ma* be aennpUabed fu* tbr boUdlnir U 
tba ooinplMfan cd lla eaiitef bo not baaaroad 1 
naoy nm of Mgb amtofle pawar mlitii be 
brnavhl lu take aa latMvat Ib it, and iwfona 
leaaona nad aqg|«aia«B Klna to tltt warhmcn 
wblch wfaild ataUrlaUr adianlace Lha tnal 
deeonUkn al Indlnr ffatam; aa Teiy fr«at 
OoUilii butfatlBX, w far ai I knoiw, aatvitr JM 
eiHuptrifd wliboat Muua ol tbU wMa dallbtrauim 
auil fiultfiil patlwuf. 

"I '" .!• ifi b.<ii-^ ItiMn til* harlnnlns Ibal thr 
-II rvodarad lypteallr 
:l riuaai bow br IhiP 
1 . --t nut I do not know - 

tut I kuuv Uut it uuo« ttt pTOpcTlr cartM 
oui «1lboutB oaivfiU aioailnatlaa id uie avail* 
aUe Otarariar ot tba prindiikl Hfbcn, ncfe aa 
Binbllacia bare not bltbatto BMettakm. Tht 


Auiitjuarian lieatarchet. 


propoul ahkh 1 bnrd adraotcd (ka otbaf ^t, 
of Mhlloc ■ bold mnMi-panb to lt« hfUe. 
afipmiM Co ne aror «•; hill of a<l*uiUB«, 
MakkMH nf ih« htMOm bftUnt I 

li* MakkMH al ih« luid* bftUnt bMo. to ray 
alMd, Ihn Uw Brat, lit* cml;! Mfto** luilt In 
tiw dsriKa. K ■ tnbKrlfFttm wtM noad tor 
Uw tnwpiM»(ifrrrcUn(«ia, 1 abovU tUllk Ifcrza 
wrn n^ Mruini uiUrtHicd In amdMIt *n wli» 
Koutil aM W flod lu join in IbcrknliaR micli ut 

'' I lUok 1 cuaU aACWfT (ur Hme pontiaoa o( 
tte dtalni Mnt <i)p«ciBt«wl«l bj- lu bcM nl 
OUT raodin KOlTtiarB and paintn*; and 1 be* 
U*t« that. If M •nperiiitoMM, tb* p«mi Mltbt 
■nd «(fuU bcMOu tk« erownlnv bnalj of iJi« 
btdMlttL tftd owkt ftJ] a* dlffccvDM bet««cK lu 
factiicwT"****'*<*OT7 Mi uoritoriDiM worV, 
«r a DUMilov*!)- Bad InpreMd** owl [Dr. 
Acknd— Nenctlirleai^ wa uo vol l« hsiv UiB 
porctt, ttlrr tll.^ 

'■ Th* iiit«ni» dMoralliOn l> a awtlor of inaoh 
fT«M»r<tiiaMilty ; pwlvp* jott wUl ti\aw sa to 
deft* Iho few wonU [ bare to aa; about It UD I 
baia Uma lor auothc* I«M t *h!«tt, tDWOTcr, I 
fcop« to Oad vwAtr' 

•<arilff>*iiia, « dMT Aabukd, 

" m«r ^botUBaltJ J joart, 

•• t. Rwmuf." 
Dr. Acbnd emclnded hia apowb bjr gir. 
ing mn ■caonnt of m ntrioua irSbrti to carve 
two ctpitala oiiffinally, wlikb bnd boco 
idmU by two brutben, in Ihe gordon be- 
hind bU otm bouM,— one nf whpm ftili-d 
iiU«riy> vbila tlu otlkor euncaadcd woo* 
dctAiUj, and ha Uwn proe«edtd to abnr 
tbo HoMont to tli» ni«Db«ri of th« Con* 
IjrMi, who ««rv ntnnwljr gratifl«(l by 
tlielr IiupoetioK of tke hailding. and vara 
uniuiiinoua in lti«ir upproval of it* aawnl 
jMi'ta, mid of iU K^m-ral effoct m a whole. 
Tba rwning mMttng oDuimtnccd at 
dght ardock.irbOfi tlu CWlr vas taken by 
E. K. VnrnatMa, Baq., and tbe ppxovdiuga 
mro couniciiced by tbe n«diiiK of ■atM 
VKhMble mtwrlu on X'hdia^n^y by tbe 
Junior Pnxrtar, in nthicli h« imltKl at- 
Ifulion to tbu buautihil wriu of Oxford 
tIpws, whiefa wen laid befnrc tl:e Con- 
mm by Um Irindimia of MeMn. SbrimjH 
taa, tm nlimd to then h % wxt thai 
Iha ^ of tbe utirtplayaaB Indupeniahle 
jHirt IU tUu iiractwo of i^togiaphy, 

[n fliurritnug tlia waxod (Mpor prooOM, 
hu ((nre aa uatllne of tlto pramidingi^ and 
tbcn Mat«d »nic of tbacbief point* wUcfa 
ipw tt lite advanta^ ovw oUmit pro- 
ccaNft ■■ BppUnl toanliUwIwiJ porpMoa. 
"Vbt BcT. John Baron AUmred, end ex- 
falUtad two ScudaiuuT* organ*, of th« «rn> 
plMt kM— <rix., tbo •■ Dovcta^ "Dd " SL 
Ceomi** patl«n)i^ engraTaa umI dMofbed 
[n bii book, iudatiitg upoo loiae of tte 
du«f pr4ucipl» obecrvvd in tbo aoutnfi- 
tion of vilUge organ*. 

I'ba orgai« w«n not aaliibttfld aa luodoK 
bat aa pknuoliif; vdbrta, b<f[liuiliig at lb« 
, bogiaiiBig, be Mid, towuik bBprovmoMit 
•mro ttoeb itDpravooMot tra« n«««liH]; 
Ibr tiw wA» of celUne gvianl atteutiua 
lo tbc flilfject, uul obtdBbff eomnioni 
and fltrlber dwrlotimv^t of vb» iiriM-iplM. 

Sir llenry Dnrilao, DarL. bating pn»> 
poNid end carriea a vote of tbaaJu to tfat 
yoothAil player, (wbo fBaaaml to n«nt« 
tbe piece* ataBdin^ aa <ne m|- oq tbii oo- 
oaaion, and worldng the ballmra i^tU tbg 
otbur, in eonaoiiaaDOT of the diAralty of 
airani^ng a eanvtnwnt ent on Ibe pnrl <£ 
\h» pUtfurin wbicli be occnpiad,) npraawd 
a general atrroeoieiit in Uw pnnciplee )»• 
■lied on by Hr. Banu. KcrwtbcJw^ be 
prntaaled agaioaL lb* plan bring eaikd a 
nvw (li»oov«ry or larcntUm, au alle^ 
Uiat tho organs wen not particularly 
ebeap ia raaport of other oraaaa, iaeaoea 
tiieir oontMita Wfre ao mora toB. The 
obli-f novelty of Mr. Baron'a plaa aeenud 
to be the impMiiig to be contant with 
■1Kb a little or^an. H« qouatioQad tlie 
wtadom of an tinljn abolition of the caacy 
altboagh be drant^d that it ahould b« 
open «noogb to Lnuunitt tbe aonnd with- 
out ondue Dbnniutioo, 

After a t^w worda in reply trata Mr, 
Baron, and aomo rtmarlu froci Mr. ^Vil* 
Uaa Uliitfi^ arcbitcot, of London, the nieet- 
bg WM cUaiolved. 

SzcoKit DiT*s PkocsnnrM. 

nmniaa, Jmm 10. — Tb* nembtn of 
tb« CongreH aacmblod la ftill (bnu at an 
early hour in tbe (fudely'a Bouma, Boly* 
w.'Il. At elpi-vn o'clock, punctuallj, Ibcj 
fftartad, under the tHOCt of Mr. J. n. 
Parker, and pratwded to exatobu Ibe ool* 
Lcgta and otiwr nbjmta of fateiinl la Uie 

Th«y began with Xew CotUge, whdM 
their att^Dtion iraa callnd tu tha «ity 
wnlla, rehuDt by Wyki^iom, ainl kept in 
repair by the C'oUe^fci th« baMtnna aad 
panpet, wUL tho o/vrr behind It, ailfanl a 
good illiutratlon of the defciicca of n town 
orflMtlo in tbu fonrtocntli cymtury. St. 
Plet«r'> Cliurch, with it* iitctiircnqiie tur- 
rit, aa aeen ftom Nvw CoUtfte gankmi 
the CoUog« bniWain, which, altbou^ 
niaed a etorv. an lUU pcrfM, nnd a ^omi 
azaniple of the now atyui of calUifr intru- 
duoed by Wylcdianii Uw ebipd, with 
the fbnadcT^ eroiler, and tb« pMnreaqiM 
doiat«r, were dtt]y innieeted. "Hto pwty 
tb*!B proewdad totbe Aondenkal Tbealn, 
where a ahort iMtnre waa glran on tbe ^l 
uabUe bnildiora of t^ I7iuvcra%, tha ^H 
ClaroodoD. Ixiut by Hawfcnnoor; tbc Ash- ^H 
nolm Mnaontn, bollt by Wmi; tlit ' ' 

Sobotdaatid Ilixllr^pii Lllwarr, hy Kir Tbui 
nna I< " »I tbe Dlvuili} !4cb»oL 

bnitt 'ithaPHpUou in the fiP 

tcentli .. :.:...., -;id tho ami* ■''■•''■' i.^-.-. 
fiictar* ■'•HI fonn the nniaji i- 

bcbuUAiI faa-traeenr vwilt- ' i> 

Renp waa Ihe rldaf ba nWh cl wr . hw amaa 

Central ArchUectwral Contfrtst. 


tern miMtcd ansnil times. TImht Umq 
proBMOtl Uirawfrh the Bodlcwn Librarr 
■n4 Plctsre-gkllvrv. and tbo ItAtlctitfi.' 
li\maj, bailt \rj llibiM; roonil tlic ixit- 
•inl* in Um Libnry. IVatn wUcb • >i>Imi- 
did tMBOTMuic rlew of tbs wboU of Oxibnl 
fo (M«in«l, uid u each butUU&g cnae 
•aooaw^volj in viwiw. it wii woBodL uad Ita 
UatoiT Bivon io ft frw wivAl Hiomk 
tbnmgti SL MknT** Clramh, and down tlw 
0%b-rtrMtttO Magdalen Callag*, tbrongh 
tb« dbqwl <uid tbo doUtcn t:) th« ^imn -, 
Hmo to Uertm Cnlkge, by Uu ntadoir, 
tbnoali tkJt Uirwe (fimdimagla^ and utto 
tha «B|i«l, Uh binot; of eaoh buUdiuit 
beisgaicntioiMd, aiid uit paoBlUr Cvtnrea 
Puiat^J tnH, MpeciaUjr tlic Uraanr;, «riUi 
U« aaUv ttOM roorof Uw tbirt««nth eu- 
tHT. nd th» biutUU duir or WalMr da 

Umb to C«rpiih Mktoring bv tW lunadaw 
(Mib hhI paaiBg' ost tiy the nrincipal 
•nmnr* nndtf the toner, in wliioh itn^ 
tkt ** tMuder'* cbiunlien," ur ntllMr, tbi! 
Irtjtngf or Um llMd or tlw enllAg^ M lit 
Mafddint BilUol. and arigiiHlt* in all 
Um «utj eullqgw. Hwkco to AD Sool**. 
iriMn, aftCT UapMitiBg tha chudand the 
Hbnry, and baring tbeir biitOTy, tin 
party partook of a hniulKniM lunciwon, 
prvridtid ia tba oonam ball by tbo Uoo. 
K Ifgun. U.P., a F«lknt of tbe ODll«K«b 
■Aar wbicb ■ few tboirt apaach M w«r« 
nade b<r Mr. Lygim. Vr. Gvargv Oil- 
bart 6ooU> AtrbdMoon Tbnrp, rr»foa«or 
Dooddaoo. and Mr. J. K. l-ark^r. 

Aftor luwbraB tbe porty (irufwded to 
kupwt Chiiit Cbarcli, wl^re tbev were 
Bat bj lb« Daan, nhn M-<.-'jm)iaiiied tbifui 
1o tiw Cbtbcdral, Ibu C)upt«r-bou«, nnd 
tbe UalL 'Itwr tbcn prucMded to tbe ntw 
Qotbic Dohating-nwni of tJi« Uniun t>o- 
dia^. boilt 1r|rMr.Wood<ranl,oiwof iba ar- 
cUtecta of tM New UoMOni, and whidi ia 
hri^ dacotatecl iii lh« interior bjr aonio of 
ttt priD^Ml patnta* of tb« {tk- KapliMiHte 
abnoL Iwiica to tb« Mntt>r«' Meuurial 
and BaUiol Oollngc, rntrring hj tbe Dow 
gateway in Mr. Salvin'* bntldln^ and 
na^lrc tbnragb tlw gnrden Im(o tbo 
cbnpai, JMt eootEdctcd by Ur. Bitlerfald 
in tbo jiraaant ibahiimaU* rtvk, witb 
nany fisluta b«rr«<r«d from tbe Gothic 
(tfla uf Lmnbar^r > tbe gefuml AMUag 
MODw] to bp that, aHbM;Kl> '"'T band- 
Muc it I* not i]Dit4) aativbctor}'. It was 
M«ntionad tiMt tbe clu)>cl ift tuilt jwrtlj- 
■a a awmurial Ut the 1at« l>r Jrnkimi, oi 
noenled h« an UtKriplion on tba tcnsen. 
Tben to Kuter Culkgi^ wbara tlw da. 
pnt new libm tj. In the nrlj Ootiiic ■tYle. 
■gp) tba aainiiffloMit ebapo);, by Mr. 
BeatI, now apnranddnc MMaplHion, «<a« 
MMh adfobod. Ifcrn to an tbo «M 

p^l#d glan In LtoretD Callef:^ Cbapel, 
and t1i« ni^w window in Jmna Colli'fa 
Clin|iol. nnd flnithing with Sl-MkbwJ'a 
Obiin-h aod ita Kainn towvr ; a few otbar 
ooUcgoa and cfaarvlica being onutted tot 
wnnt nf time 

In the iTcRtng a aoaivriuaOM wm lirld 
In tbo Sooivly'i K<juui>, omnuwDciag at 
hRir-paat tight u'doek. At a Uttl« alte 
nine, when tb« oraipanjr wuru OHMnUe^ 
tbe Vicv-Chanoelbr uccndcd tbe pht- 
form and addreaaed tbo ni(wtane< lie 
oordiaUj tbnnbed tba 8ori«lj for lu* 
eleetkai to tbe ofleo of l^vadrat, and 
BxprMsed bia rrgrat tbat on the pf«- 
Tion* dn^ nnivnt hu^ncai h»d niailc it 
qtiite itntiMtiuIv for him to takn bin place 
m tbe Miair. He Iben called on Mr. 
B. A. Slridtnorc^ ol Cov«uti-r. to give 
aone aocoont of the beautiful vnirki in 
braa and iron whidi be had brw^bt tur 

Mr. Skidmore, whoae tnoat int^reatiag 
■Dd MvfVtl tpewb was lictened to witb 
narked approbation ttiroughoot, eallcd at- 
tenlinn cliirtly tn two great lending ftcta 
in tbe pnaL-nt >tit<i of the proderiion of 
worin in bra ai , iro«. Jte. i — 1, that wonder. 
tai improrr in eiita bad been made of lata 
jmui, and worb execatod whiob bad sot 
wen rinlled fttr manjr reecnt eontiuicit 
% tbat notwtthitanding tfau, we bad not 
jei attained li ibe luarvelkNiB ■kill vhewn 
by onr forefittbeia. Worki ia niello bid 
been eseented wet ago irUch we could not 
eseente now ; vuhorato ornanentntJani of 
■nebd-vorfc had been bro«^( to perfce- 
tton tben which no forge in the Britbh 
Etnpiro rnuld elnbomte now ; and Ur. 
Skiitiaon: anuMwl the eompanj bv draw- 
ing th» conclusion that we, cari^aed bdi^ 
aa WL> lliink uuraalwi; are •hauitfnlljr in- 
ferior to oat painted fimAthn-K — not to 
be conpand for a moaeHl to tba old Pic4» 
and Smn^nanana. 

Mr. Hart, of Wj-eh-atrw*. Strand, briuBy 
dirveted Hili?ntion lothu brautiful ooltee- 
tkin of hit work* whicli wMi eihibitcd in 
tbo room, nnd wld tbat it alw«je bad 
bocB, and abould be, his aim — aa he be- 
liered that perfbctioD In bia art wni ititl 
Ibr abend — to vn*» eamaatly on in the en. 
dcnronr to attain to it. He etp raa wal tbe 
gn»t pleaanre that it gave him to eontrl* 
bote to tbe beaotiAil nhibUion of ancient 
and modem metal-wDck wbieb ho law b»> 
fore lum. and to aanst, at (br H in him 
lay, tbo objfcte of tba Ovnend Congre*. 

After a few noidi fioni Ur. Stnvf , the 
IHoanan AKbiteot, who eonHnned nnich 
of wbil Mr. f%idinare had aaid, 

Tbe PrvaidouC aODOuneed that I.«id 
DuugaanoB, who waa on thu pl.<tronii« 
wijuM iimpoac a readatioD. 

Anti'/uarian JttKanfie*. 


clKwrad, TOPS to odbr, In hia a«m oamv, 
uaA in the tame of tba otlwir kumU of 
Cbo OiforH ArchitoctiirnI Soritftr, hi* niii- 
CMv llianki tn tlw mmnboni tif lliv Society 
fbr llu'ir Viiidncw in nH.'v'vuiit Dti-iu, aiM 
pfovUing for UunD tucl) an Mlliying aad 
admtmlila vntfirtatiuncnL TlkC noble toM 
apoke vltli madh feeltni; and nflbotion of 
■lis VniroriiCT. He had ro«tTic«lat«d at 
Ctiri«t Cburcu tarty year* agq. aod fVocn 
thai time U) tUfl bad toTp-l (hford <rtth 
no oommoD lirt^ tlo utUin vii<ilv>d Oxford ; 
bat, liomror oft«a, Ito olwaji frit it to be 
oaf of ttw gTMlwt prnilogM aud plMumrm 
of hit life to do •& Ou thia ootwlou l( 
Mldi'4 inncli to bit pl^aiure tliat he cudg 
on Lhe birilatirjn of a Sucicly which had 
-don« Ki mudi to m'ora tna tast«a and 
Ccclinga on the impcMtant nhJMt of toelc- 
riactical archtUvtiirv, and bad tliDv, in iU 
o«ni tiiiH, (lone mui-fa to [irainota thn hpnour 
■nd iMvicu of Aluifrhty Ooi. Bu iN^gvd 
to oooclndo by at^in MprCMing, whitt he 
lUi Ik nlglit UD in the namcof ai] {irCMmt, 
the thanlw of thu ctrangrrii f»r t)u) hotni- 
talitjr and hiiidiuw itbewn lu Uivni by Oh) 
Oifiinl Arcbitcctutal Sociirty, 

The Ssnlor Secretary thai road a letter 
ftom th« RialMp fif Oiford. exprMfio^ hifl 
regret thut b« wu not itt>!c> to altvnd tli« 

itt.J. II. l*nrhcrwM then callnl upon 
to my a feit wnrd« rctatiii^ ta tUe excur* 
■ion which it unu arTniiuvil ■imu'd t«k« 
ptaoe on the morrow. Hu wnfiued hb 
raniarfca ehieAy to th« roaaona why that 
nmt« had been marked out, «onipreh«nd' 
inir. u it did, ffURipJH of all the penod* 
of t^nfclifth ncdiwral udut«ctitr«. He 
niao alladed to the ndvantagM which ho 
tlioo^lit tranld ba durired Iruoi the imti- 
tntiAQ (if «iich iacvtin)p> ■« thr jmntr'nt, «o 
that tboM trtna dilfennit {mrU iif ttio 
ounntry ml^ht have ou 0))|iortunity or 
■tndyiitf aiulent cutoiiIm, and comiiariag 
then wiUi tbcae iu their iiQnae^at« Deif{li> 

Th-? Hon. IVderiok LyEon, t<> whom 
thL> |ilan of the iirvwnt T.'angr<>M wa* 
nuwtly diMi, oalM att«lili(iu In the fsA' 
loetiun of metal-woHt whicti wa exbi- 
bitni in ttw room, and vrhi^-h had l>r4-n 
eoUi.'ctad anal iirrBiif(«d Ihrimtth tho nxcr< 
tlona of l.h>> Joni'ir Si<rretiiry nDd l)i« I J- 
hniriiin 'ITii' Jtnii-r Siwiwlwy rcfiTr-d 
.,, .1,. 1 ...i,„.» Willi whkb Uie iw)"i"i» 
'. bvl Inn McelTod* aial the 
I'h bad Vrv'i tiv.'n Iiv llu' 
■DLboriUm at thi 
formati'm of tiiaf 

Mw tliat cn-tiiti); i umI. ii:u 

Very grftd valtii- nt IK>' < iru 

exbiMlwil, hv Ml Unl ii •>:>• H' •owU 

mnlt^ir tn«*L tli^vitrionamllppfa t<i allow ^ 
it to Iw r«oi>vwl 'int ['fttivir jauMMu^iai. 

Ur. Ilimm wuiu riiv<<iiml tlw ^•icii'ly 
witli a ffw wcnU ttliimi Iht ScadaRiom 
orican, anil ! : < <l witai^ i>|K>iunMii* iiT i 

noaic i'< ' piHrr, which wrrt' 

TOT)' ftiiTi,> 11. l>y ihi- .V'looj m>n 

who ottradcd fur llw ]iiirpiMr. Tluiru 
were nlao itnnarldt niatli" l>y Pr<>fr»"ir !>■)- 
naldwML ami otlicn in the course of tha 

Amime t1wobj«cU«xUbitod. tlioae whieh 
occasilud Ui« noet {mndneot poaltlag mre 
four twauUAii ewudntb iutmed ftir tlm 
New Mnscam, atdgaad nnd <««cgt«d b; 
Mr. i^kiilmon^ of Coroniry. By the aaaia 
flliiliili-r in'rv hImi two rriy iNMiilifitl 
ftf (tniul.inlii, njiuntnl* i>t tvri frtit hi^h, 
whielt tliruw a lirilliant hirhl ii}Kn the 
lal'gv mlWtion of jilali- npnail otof n lort 
of laim-d dnix iftiicli •tmid noar tl]<rni. 
Tb«K wuru uImi miuiy other Kplcndld epo- 
dmona of modimi ui«t«l-iraTk l>v ^r. 
6Udnwm<; aa nlw* a *rry Uriir ri<lTrx-liini 
fran Muar*. Hart and Son, ami amaller 
roilMlioiiia from Mr. Singur, Prmncv nud 

Alany of the other nltJMta ciblhit«d 
were of uooodcrablo iittcrcsl, c. k- ■ — 

Nu*. M— M. A irru«.«iip-iiBtk«i *aa»— 11» 
"(anWr"— iraU gnie»^in>- >IiN(4i(Mlii|A— 4wo 
kMwni fiM ii*lt-vvll>ra, raprcilnlf lu Mid |U 
inclir* high — aliiJ Ikrvc Toma-uiil cajw, chiurj 
*MI> RnM. AllrxkitalKlbj-lbpWaiilnluidi'il- 

Vim. M-6i. Tbe city iBM^^MCTCialkci nip 

Etcn lo til' c'l) rj Ovfrtri; Vt PtuutM II., IS 
oiinliiki'i ; 1 I ihe U^nt 

OxRi^A I" -mbU nip 

rirrt'mf.'. ■ I liulM IL — 

"11 til ail-— lilt a >■ 'iirvT lunkard. 

K> klDdacM of the CarvnnKoa ul 

tKr. . I. 

Ko> '1^ •■*. ^<T'cr Kno*-«M, l< Lndm turii, 
IVi In dloaicut — rlik-r^owl ~(lrTBiia ciq>, Isttn 
p«rt of ftmrtctaib eenlary— rtmadtr^ eiqt, Mm 
<i|i|«r |nil ■ndcnr. Uic !■>•«) iiarl wIAm ai m 
lAtiT iwrtod. K'hlUiml by ibr Warden aad rvl- 
luv* oJ WaiUim 0(41e)i«L 

».«.!»-;]. (i»ld mtonti. ' : vrta 

I1,)-4llvM«lllruf vnvmtnl i ■> to 

Ma(>i4toB foiirr'. i» iii"'t» I. ,-iar 

— fviiiwl'i 'ula* 

taltr. Ihx Iw 

— iflrM II ■ .1 Ejr 

LunI AMiU'T"'', ' I tr.i.i ei:ii'r-CTi|i. 

RahlbHBd by llii ■•'. .riddm mtkfo- 

I'luad CrMiMT ta 
I .'aiwl. lluitwiUir ' 
itjia C^nani ftlla. . 

[< uid tuwl.ootu 
I'llbwo rcaiCmUt't 

■ttc-d r-x thf i*n>- 1 

5o. *". irfin ■ 

— »UriJ.) J i-n;i *fci( 11' vfj ri'i - t -111;'.!! 


General ATchUectural Congress. 


HMUB}— >c4d intch »a<l tfeUa. oTcBttcBih cai- 
l«lji iiMiiili. liitiHDlb waUrT— ■■■O'Jl*^ r»> 
IVMfT Im— *pagi< UWcaU <«Qtiini^-«poaB, 
■ I— l«»itlli crtituTT— ipmui. (*aip- Quna AtiKp, 
Itm, ftt^ Ac UUMlMl (nr Mr. J«M) Paitw. 

Ttn. 111. A BiM tiij- of Inw cbtat, nftemlli 
wmuuj. EifeiUHd b; iba Bar. E. MsnkalL 

Kiai.ll»-lU. A H.TM* Of ««.ri« iUiutnUTo of 
C«MBHMUt^aiK.-Aliolt9,lt*. OmI* itf Hi* 
ItililHiiIwi liranr}i - i>iriB«of St. ratiick** tiaail, 
Afta w/ LHhiMn. EMU tf MTM mat< buiA- 
kUi. EkUtdladb; J.O. W*M«4nd.M^. 

>oiklll, lU. AtKl«atlb«rt*rDUi-MBtnr7pr«- 
caalMial DO^— hiadla of itcnr (nMD Ita bnuM at 
AMvtarr Ik tt« v«pMMn ot lU BoUwr «( sir 
T. rn^i. bhlMM Ij a Fanlbicr, wq-, Dod- 

JTgi. in— Its. |!biu caKl* of baronial m«K 

abik M tfcuoitk MBlorr-iwvwnlisrfvM*- 
•Mb, Mnoik li> (Istaeulb cmilHrT — Ilia 
nH« of Msrealwl iMlft Mien t» luiecntb 
otMaTj — ttmt tMd* of Miitii<n>le •rsU, Ihir- 
'^ — ~ atslMUh tvMtarr— tawUntti ol ib« 

rlh*«Ml *( IknUbauJi ViVhj. Huita, 

-iBtnwtnn of ih* M«i i4 wiiiiuti dc 
, ttam Ik* nmllBraU of Knr C»l)o(r, 
0tmraHiMw «( iM prtTita Miaa a< WUlUn 
4* WmkM^ ttnm Uir auiiiowBU ol Wlacbn- 
w CMip t *"■"■*'"* bj air. Hotail kMdj. 

SIM 1M-1M. A torn opllMrtM olMlTMof Ike 
MiwilMBtfc. and alrbtMiDik ocnia- 
~ c ritrcr-ffU lBk>tM4. lOta-altrn 
If nHDoantod Uwk lack. ikckai«4 

' OM«W«a)-tflT«r MlW, IM-MllK 

. Mt)-«UT«c iratltx, l!li-ooflbF-pct, 

-Mt», lilt— tfHir-CUl racn-Bul takbariL 

ISM— aUxr pibfi. IKS— 3lra-«ilt (kallo. lau 

taawgni HBkw4. IM«-«mr ui4 nntal 

pou ftm Ptwopaik, lUl. Elklbilod In Ml. 


Sto. UI. A rilrar nuciH*. Itn<inh cratary. 
Bxkmuri bf tka l(«. W. W. SUilcf, WudUui 

I(».1J«, lao. Aadwt «aU>iiiouatol liont. 

M Ca cAl rf by QtiMa PIuUrb — aDcUnl .llTfr 
&««>«• HifaMMd bj ihal^oToai nait FiQuwi 

The coUccLlon, ■■ will be imd, wsa not 
enljr tmt of vnat valui*, but gnvkl ULemt 
•h»t u it H kMou that occsdoD vSvn, 
€t niTii w« nt IimkI, Ibr bringmg togt- 
lk«r ■• DMIir tivadl'trxi) IIwciniCIM of n«- 
dtnTwl art. Wd art> iMppjr «I«a to ba abla 
Id add tbat, ilmolu to tUe (nvtaBikui 
ttiua,nat on^ditgloaitlfleinucllberlMt 
or ifanwig*! : the gnatvr intrt of Uw muat 
vbJimUc jifupvrtjr li*rtii|{ been rotvnwd 
to Um otnurre the sme nteht. ilthonjih ft 
«M doM npna IS oVlock oj the tin)« the 
flaiton Iwd dfpkrUiL 


On tLi« i$if, w Aaiioniv«l % eke jwo- 
■(•vcluv, Iha picimuni took jUnr*. Tlw 
pvl.T, irlik'b n>» <urT niiuKrvais vuitiil— 
]. i'fjfcm Hill liiiirch. an cxtrcuwijr 
■ ,ylft4ircM}iw ±ail iultfistiui; littlc' cliiurli, 
M* loon rarvrfuHv rv-itored wmI uu- 
vixkr tbi! ilirtvii'JD <rf Mr. Scott, 
werr met hv (b« Vn-ap, l]«s 

. Wyvct, who kiadly poinUd 
OOT. Ma». Vot. CCV. 


ont Um ailu of tho lioow vrli«re Miltwi't 
wift rciUled, aiid tb«wed tbum the nHouA 
picct- cjf oQicicDl tapeitry bvlougiug to the 
rbaicli, which ww naniinvd bj M. P. 
Micbol, ihe auUior of a Innud work on 
the Kabrici of the Middle Agtw, and pfo- 
bounotd to be EDgluh irork (if tbc< time of 

2. niuailcv, when the new ebnrch. 
hy 'Mr. Strtcl, nan mndi admind wid 
c<'iniiiii!iMU-tI Air ite eitnatdr govi tiuttF, 
Mid tbr inaniuT in wUcb all necdloa es- 
jMMc 1»ii been BTcaded, to thut the reeolt 
u u Tvr; offiKtirii BDd rvry dmnji vitUgv 

3. Cnddeadnn. The pari&h oliurrh vru 
lint »»iiiiiit'd, Biid • i-vuo'uKi leL-Curv i;ivvD 
upon It, poliitiBM uut Its peculiar fMturee, 
ud diat these illustrate ia a remark- 
able dcgrrc tbc Ha; iu which our vit- 
ln^it rlinrrhw wprw vnbu^vxl from time to 
tidtc Orig^iiully a cncirorm chiitvb, of 
the tn'i-lftb <<!tit(ir}', hi tlio bitcKt Norman 
>{ vb* ; Ibrn twu iiirruw hiiIm added in 
tba tikrlr p«rt of tJu> tl)irt««ith; iImm 
•(»]n nuargrd, and tb<? wall* nuMHl to 
doable ttuir original height, lU the end 
of Lhii ntDo Gcntuiy; tliv diiuwel rebuilt 
in the flftc«iuh, with artiu* in the tide 
HAtbi, Ml if for lti<> Kihlitian of aitlMi, but 
nut utvc«MrIly to; niid tlic ccntnl lower 
p«rt)y rebtilU in the clfrlit<«ni:ti, in conse- 
quencw of the wiMiU-n ffiirt bi iin; burnt, — 
» very uaual liUtorj, bnt not ufti-u to be M> 
dnrlf made out. — llicn to the Biiliop's 
PmUm and ite hcaulinu elm pel, with 
uaint4N) ebua windnwa, tba work of dif- 
rereut iirti»U, a* epvctiiuiro Ibr the uao of 
the dloceae. Comiib^U wcni made that 
the gbus rendetnl tbf clmpul too dark ; 
Ilih painted ghiM hu a great donl mora 
wliite in it than anj of tlw modem work, 
whid) la guimvlly copin) from fbreiftn 
gU«, irltliout allowing for tliu dirr(TBnLi< 
of climate : In tbe lonth of VrainLv aud 
in Italy the gmt omect ia lu ahat onl tbo 
Ucht aad heiU of the «m u muvh u poo- 
nMB. — Tbn to the coUcct^ where a Jtrj 
appropriate handuon of bread uid cbem% 
with ndad and b«irr, waa wovidfd im- 
prucnptu bj' tlw Rludnito, « liiub all aorved 
wat moat aft^C1)l&hV, and iuo» auitaUo for 
the onmalun tlmii Lhu uioat ■uwptuuua iv- 
p)ut would bnve been. 

4. UtuiI MLIloit. A fine church, with 
poriJona nf all stylfia. It has becu rory 
cuelnlljr and eoMcimtiotuIj iMtorcd bjr 
Kr. Soott. and mne of the oriolwd Nor- 
m«B work brcioRbt to view wbiJb had lonif 
beni wnoualod Sn pluaUT. Then ia a very 
ikh Karly Kngub doorway oo tli« noHh 
tide, und other parts, of t'li- tUirlwin h 
cvniur^; but the moat coupiewuB nud 


Antitjuanan Uctcarchn. 


InmUoroe jttrU are of tli« foortcentl^ a*> 
pociiiUj |1k> KKitli mbli'. n <r«rj rl«h cfsipri 
of the time of Bdwnrd III., witb tliw niii- 
alovn ami buttmwa; th« tower tum been 
rvbnilt at tha n-oat rml, in Uic (incvnth 
CfDturjr; tbm »» ori)titiiil1,v ■ (wotrnl 
towfT.probahlj jiart nftlic Xortiun rhun-U. 
The tank wioduw Itu ttnr); a ftat arHi, 
but U ouvuTibelcM good work of llie four> 
tfcntb f^nUiry i thoe ia a itDall vriailtnr 
ovM- tbe cbnncvi-arcb, wbKli ttbimro ihoL 
tbv roof uf tb* chanc"! mwt tJnraja ba*«i 
been low. 

h. (iirat HucW. AnoCbn- Stu'cliun'b. 
of mlsL-d NtjIoL. liw cbaoL-vl is u rvmarli- 
■hiy cDod exanplo of the bmt pmod. tlio 
tlineor Edward I..vHEbamagmflccnt cant 
window, lou^ ooDCvalcrf from ■>gbt \iy a 
^aft«r wiling, but rmtiTrnd lo virn liy tbo 
Oxliird Sociotv in iu early (!»>-•, whni idl 
tbc haa* wer« aba MinovM, and i»peii 
•eala tntnalntcd. Tlia rtwt trf Uto cburcti 
b of diflltvat [)«riixU, fWnn tbe end uf 
th>e twdtb to tbo SftcMtb etnKnry, eacb 
of wbich wia potaUd imt on tbe apnt, but 
can haxA\j b« aade inttdligililc wltboiit 

& DoraiaiteT. Thi* mngnifiront nbWy 
dmrcb U too wrll kuu><ii to \^wA inurb 
dwcriptioB. Tbu pMty cpenl abofe an 
boar in i-aamiiiiiu; it, uadn- tbe din^iun 
of Mr. ISrber, who poinU«l 'Xil tite ni-aro 
miMriiablo featnm, and mnitioMd tbeir 
prolMhlo <UtM and p«atutriti(«. Thai 
cburrb, liki> tbe othim, wm nrigioalljr 
built iu tbit twelAb cedtury, and purtwnu 
of the oriffiml work remain. "Vhne wai 
a riiarrb Be» in Uie Saxon luni:9, bat it 
WW probablji of wood, or, *% all vventj, 
niMU' uf It nnw remaiiB. Tfat' navti, or 
parob chuTcb, is tlu oUnt |iarl; tlio 
choir of tlw nionlEa vraa r«linilt in the 

tiiaC of E.I11B.P1I 1 , avA \enxti)tr\:.;\ ill..!)' 

a cvntiir 

■■ Ilia \, ■ -I ■ ■ ■: ■ 

equally curiuu* ;»£dilia. kUm-J at t»u lock. 

btUevml v^ bo <\vAt* nni<fn<s Th* rv-mark- 

«bl« doi' ■ ■, "inij 

rertore-' "nf 

MghteiK- 1 , iiii..iirr-i...i iiii-.ii-.v.-i[ii.iw 
wera tabttl faj tbo Oifbrd Vodety : nnror- 
timataly. mnrb rtmama tu ba diiiii*. u ' !. f 
charrli * >■ in \u^ m HHinjr < 
Two lii«olifal (1isjw-l* wiTi* ti.l 
■fmlfa aiilo ill ' 
tcmih amtur 

II ■ 

duff Into 

ri.,...l.' .-h,- 

dn« Rond NnruMi mdc, q 
iwrlblrn'"- ■' .- ""t-^.f »I 
tbe atb< ' 

to Uic I'" ... 1 1 

bcihalf nf i-liii , ■' Tttpair o( tba 

north aiui-. m v jmm'?* w»« 

cnllwtcd nn tlic -"iMt. TUp [ 
paitauk n^a plain ditiiiM', rii a t> 
rkarV doae, uudee tlae abBiW of ' 
A few ihort and appn)f«lat« ijh- 
nMria. SooM tb^n wtnl to ac* 1 1 
Caflndlo A9^\, ImiU Iit PoKin, oti, 
nxtbc Bornaii nrtbwonu. At mx •fi 
Ll)i'j~ rraiMfimhtnl. and jinx'^fldfit to 

I. LlifliKi Ilauipdi-ii, a ■mall cbunrfa,] 
iBiut rictiLr«K|iH'lj titnalod on tbe tiiffj^ 
MTfirhanKing ■ reach of thtf Thataok 
church naa uri|iinal1:< - '"" ■■"<^. hnt baf^ 
IteoD nadi bnprovi 1 - 'At. Tbo 

affln of Hid bt« M^ u tboratigb, 

nnGaita] stvlr, waa niucii ailmired. 

The party tbcn pmnHvlnl t hmuali N iin*'^ 
bam-fMrb totheinirdi;n^«l>icb«-erekiuillf 
Umimopon totWm by Mr. Ilarcourt.and 
a/lwaalrofl in Iboao iVan' ■ ' - 

tbo enol flf the cvetdap, r^ 
aloppiii)[ mdy to aee Ul ' 
whV1> WM r);bteiil up iqf • in- 

CuaiWiiC, Ibc Ktn. U. ^v -'"^^J 

wbu Rare an aii-ouiit or iL TLu [•arlj'J 
rnich^I ("Hford wioii nfl*r tiini". TM., hat- [ 
ina kvpi thair tiiaa pvsctoaUy throogli- 
ou t th« day. 

Fotmrn DArt VtfKomso^. 

Snturdny, JmM 12. — Tli« Twontiolli 
Annuil M«:lin^ of tbo OsrouD Aucm- 
TErlTEAL Soirarr wa» h> \<i in tbe So. ' 
det^'v KiKnnkat Ijf,, u ! ■-•viw 

EvIiiDliiary biniuea), the i Trual 

epi)r4 waa read by IboSoiij'ir .-^.wi ir;:— 
"YonrCoiminitbrefaBVaDowtaUybeAini ' 
•■[Ml (li.i^r!)i An'i'i^l '■■^;«'*v; and' 

Iter tliuii 
I I : .n lljcy 

dill Wlycar.uu i[>piv><:ii ilan 

iti ftitore proapcrtfi. It 1. ' trx- 

pivieil tltat »<• (tiijulit l>»t- ii.T- t«me 
miviuiit nf tvitk Ui ilo an<i> na wi> liail In 

var carli'-- ■■ '- - ^'- ■ 'TiTt 

tbul tl>^ ' line 

ULriL-UIlt L 

111 LLc iulLu, nltcl. 

bod to tdach bad 

irilJi tfii ■i.ijr«4ji al tin: in', cul ol li. In.- wui. unk II '.'M ii.*" Kclkiu, nwl !**»•■ 


Oeneral Aichiiecltaat Ccmi/rets. 

praetntnt into ilinUnt nooliii untl crinicni 
which alM ImhI nt^i-r iMftvlf rimrliuiL Ami 
there cnnnot bo u niure filling oi.-nutui|i 
tot (Blling altfriitiuii to tltla tliui tli« pre- 
Mntv whoi Ac hu salbcrcd those ton* 
aod dMi({hten araund b«r, to luk tiwm 
hem tho' hr% luiiil to tbew ibat ber old 
kfiectioB (br tbcm ia u forrmt aud u 
■toang now in Iwr old ago a* it wm at tb» 
aicimctil when ihc tto^c ibcm Virlb. 

** Tu roTvro U) ttkc tndi viiLial Minccrna or 
ttiia llic luutbrr Soi-ielv. Lust yt*t jrour 
Couunitt«e werw a'blo to coiijrratulatv JV9 
oa a.rLvy Iarg« ■cnMakm to an otiDiberi ; 
the niimVr uf our meeting* wm duulilnl. 
■ml lit iiiiT^iot rirory innpLing nrwml iwiv 
mci : 1 oa. TlMt iulliu tbi* yinr 

tuk - . ' "'• ^xea m> gmaL, hit it will 

Leu- •.'oiiij>aruuu frith Ibat, oT uianjr Kccut 
j<«ra, Bod the avcrase of this year and 
laat Itaa httm above o«ir wnaH average fm- 
wMtid tiiiif yant. Vnar CDtnttiitt«« Dav«. 
thcrrfnT, t'.i rrpurt that the praapgrit^ of 
the Sadttjf in tV,i» PMjMVt hM BOl firikd ; 
-while, at tht muiic timv, tbcjr would 
jljr tiTKi? ti|>iii lis iiieititi«n the iw- 
dty of Biakiiifc fflutlDukl c&erllone to 

iti^ Ihi- claiim of th« Socittj brforv the 
Juuior Tunnibvni af thi> t 'ciivrrvily, in order 
tbat in inch ununnl npan for llie liiiH- to 
-CMne ibey may hnro to mn^ratnlntc the 
Societjr Ml Uu; imsnuMMl and incruuing 
pnaportty which it on^ht to cqjojr, anu 
thenopnurity wlilcli il r>U£ht to inainlwn. 

"The a]»p>«) vrliicti jourComttiittdeinado 
in tb* jTCF 1600 to Uk UTe mi'inberv of 
lh« Sodotj- for aa Muiiial aDbaeriptUio of 
t«B (hiUing*, to aMiat tbam in defrajiiiu 
tha Mrrwumriljr Vipgn tnpMitc* invol««il in 
their muinuiuK to kucii up tltcir praconl 
larm room, and to pr«Mrvi- in gone n^air 
and uciIm- JLa valusliLe oontenla, waa aU 
tandcd in ita vaixeat with the nioit valua- 
Uv raaulta. They feel that tbej must 
(«atinn« to (nuke thin appeal, at lca*t for 
the prvMiDt jitar, and tb«; do ao — aa thcj 
Hid bet ^ear— ia the hope that, while 
reednita m tlie Cnivenity continnn to 
aObrd to the Society tbo aiippiirt wluch it 
M fairly tnti(l«l to dain Awni thuin, thoM 
who tiaTff long ago retnnved to diitiuit 
phwea w!U not Iw forgrtfid of a Sooi^ly, 
tbeir former conncctitai villi which tbvy 
■nut. without doubt, ofton tliink at with 

" f^veral paper* of cooiiderable value 
and hitvrert bam been read iii the paA 
jnar. ami Iwrtwww dclh-oriHl. and fljp th.>w 
TOai C-onuiiitti.-o tviidrr their bett thmnkg 
to tbeir iwp«(.'ti*e authors. 

** Vour Committee bare rewived hat few 

Bpplicatioui for odvUv or aauitanca; iici> 

th«r oro they raipriwd or diwcninvnl by 

. Ihhb The work whkii in former dars waa 

Well, but of non'siitjr. to f<jiM- tttvnt, tm< 
perfectly ■Linv by tli*> ttifonl .Sod*ty, ta 
nrnv dontr inncL hotter, luid much mora 
cffM-tiially, by tlu) rnriotMi dkMMan aonfe* 
tin. Tiir itunllnnu afihe &])cdixl Build* 
lug Fund, wbidi was <ip«iie>l a few yonra 
ago witli Uie intention of viiabline yoar 
Cuintnilt«« to make aonll granta to inch 
work* of «barcb r«etomUoQ and ehorch 
biiil(Uii^ M might dtworre to movC with 
th)-ir ai>nin)rnl, liai limitnl lluJr liberality 
in thi> luractiiin. only one rerv ainaO |^iit 
having Wen tmtOu to the eiiW];«m««it of 
the lubnrhui cbnrch of Snmmcrtown. 

" Yoor CoanniCtee have alao to adniaw- 
lodgv, wHh tnaay tbankii to the variooa 
donur^, H-TVral ^ifts of drmwinga. &«., 
wliirh havt^ been inode from tine to time. 
Enpeoally would tbuy dvire oo thta oc> 
cajion, tn welconiinff Archdeacon Tliarp, 
tlie eil^wnnvtl I^«maen1v frwn its fbundn- 
tjijn, of tl)0 CaiubrWlfTO Cnmik'ii (now Iba 
Ecclealokffical Society), tar the kirn) re. 
ncnbrance which be nna given tu to-day 
in tho lilhognqifaaarhia b«intiful diaaoel 
at KeiDFrUHi, ntiicb liti npun the table. 
They would aba thank Sir Oardniir Wil- 
kiuMu, whOk unabki himKlf to join the 
CongroM. aent u* ie^entl of liin vnliubla 

" In tlioir la«t report yoitr OominiUe* dl> 
nvlnl your ■ttnntinn to ihn flirt that in 
th<> grnit comjiutiliHn of nrdiitccti^ act on 
foot hr Sir Itfujnniin Hail, for Itu- pronoaed 
new nuinu HJid Forfii,*ii CHVui™ al Weal* 
mlnattr, the firit prt^iuiiini hud htvn be- 
■towed upon a d«l|pi of the nondescript 
rtyle, ocnmuouly called by ua 'CUMieM.* 
T1)t* they coiundered k rntrtigraite (tap, 
eeporiallr when ii O'ntwriauu uf the lue- 
ceaafhl ili'«ign nith Mr. Scolt'i noble eOB- 
copliun, imd tlie adiiiirublv Jrnwinj^ ofan- 
otuer diBtiuKTiisI ii>d uieni Iwr of t liia Hooioty, 
Mr. Q. E. Street, oonld bnpire no other 
fee linM than thoae of regret anil mnvnr 
that there alionld be any danger tjf Wwt- 
tnintter being ipoiled by the «rc«llan of 
an inmngmoiu biiildins ; while our great 
roviml wi>uUI be ■llgbteii and i|fnOTvd by 
the rvjihcnimi of da^tfrns, clthor of wblcu 
hould have Itecn ronnidcred by eveiy man 
offoate and tnie art irtic fueling tboroiiglUy 
adapted to th<' wants of tlie Oovenimont 
OffirM, and thomnghtv In place bodda 
Wmttuinatrr PuW^, Wealmtntter Hall, 
and our gntidctt ^;{ll«h church, Witt- 
minater Abbey. Yoor Sodety petitioned 
tilt- auth^tied. fi>r the aake of oor nortliem 
an'liitt'clure. Hnd for the fake of tbv men 
wIk> Iuto tuilcd hard to ihat oat a fonngn 
atylt- by KliiTwitig »» Klint our own national 
«tyle woa and ia in all ita pourer of adi|>ta- 
tioo, and strcn^h, and beauty, to recoii- 
aider the rcfdict of tbt gmpircs which tbey 


Aniiquarian Tiesearrhet. 


1>nd iu!iM>[it«il. And Bov^rmir CoaiNiUM 
Tm-I tlat Vhvj f«n Iti-HTtiU- mngnitnlnlo 
vtM oti tliiT fwl thut nilli tliv (ohi^div itMlf 
luu fiilliti U) ttu! (fTounil uiil lailed ntterl; 
till* i[TwaA uUvupt Ui uodo^ ** ftr H po»> 
tiblo, tbo liard work of twuoly yomi ftf 
tfaa erU of {MMtiNnbig tbc nwtun of nit- 
able OfRcM for tba HoBM And Porriga 
DapaHtnunla ■.■nii be rvtneitiijd «>; lUv, and 
mora mSAy next y<nt than tliit, w mvta 
and btiowlnl^ KilvanN>, and jm^udiMi 
*am«li; vhcm* the erib which woaM 
have «umo npoo thSi country (aa flor, at 
leut, at tt« art aad tta arctiit«rtTiT« aro 
(emersad), lud their cr«ct)i>o lioon nnn- 
nmwad thia jrvar, wo<ald harv twon irre- 

" In oar own UnivcvriW th«K «Nniu to 
bo no (Iniigwr (if we mar M alluweil to b« 
QxAj Kavunablj- aangiiiiio la our eatUnatfl 
ti tbc iifrru of the cbnea) of aa; nch id- 
coBgruani emctmia aa tbe baildimgi of tbe 
Tsflor InititiiU Imns ovrr again intradod 
■inong iU noblu and timc-lioiKiurM] cx- 
ain|iloa ofour grmt Rngliih ctvlw. Tour 
CooHoUtve w<i^ •mciallj call attention 
to the flhct that tlio holdeit stqi tint fau 
ertr been attcraiittcd hi Bi^land in t1i« 
way of reatorinK our oU aeoabr an-hiic«- 
tiir«v bu been madi! at thu -nry time ba« 
in Oxford, and with ti)« moflt unplrto 
rooow. or all tha idcM that ronid luvn 
been (tortod iu tbe ijiiMttfoD of eooular 
archltMtiuv, tlie uuwt bold and darins 
of nil u tliit which we have atarted and 
il«arW biron^^hl lo It* iDOccaifVil Ivae henj 
— tfav adaptati-m of the old EnftUsb arohi- 
tectnre to tbo rmimi aad loboratoriM and 
miMwnnM of phyairiati* and ohmniiiCa, and 
anatooibta nwl minurali^tfl^. Vonr Com- 
miltM roiignitiikt« jnu with fwlinfta of 
exitltatioa and moat natural prido ofi tbu 
(krt tliat now haa D«arij been bruutrht to 
complctioii in thi« onr Univpriii)', the 
nobUat and grntMl — not. in<!t«d. the 
larmt, bnt tbu purort and trumt aerular 
bv'ddinE of modern tiaua — tk' Oxford 
Dnlmrtttj Mnaoam. On the {weanit oc- 
oaaion \hey eonteul tlumaalvM whh atot* 
fng. In a br-f' ■"'■i ■•fieral way. thetr 
enitn approK miLnnir in wbi>:h 

tta eiotDciit HI '\tv t'tct-txetl iliti 

lligb taak eraniuiltvil to llii^ni, nnA tWir 
gratUiulc 10 tluMw aicbit^vU lur tiiu iImat 
great irindicatloD of tbc lUri* Ooihio 

" F-mr C'HKmitUw ruaerti? till iiut your, 
when Ihaae baUdiii^ will be in all ueaoD- 
tJal ptKHla n>n)|ilel«il, Ibnl ftil] iMriT'il 
d4fleT4|it!o(i of t)M-tij will ' 
■ rijAl ti n>k fi.-r, and »!■ 1 

Wiiu '11 

itin CoDofte proe««J 
lur and nnlntrmptod 

■umcM^ otMier the nuterljr npetint 
mm of Mr. flilbert Scott Tbe Hbnry ■ 
kutlly odnirod u a newt perftei wwk.' 
Tlvc TU^ctor'* new btnv U eqnaDy ffiMK| 
COtiiriil, (ml will tiiit \w Mint til ndvxntap 
or dulv upprfioiiittxl, niiiil t))e jiuat vtowjpg 
boilihngs h; whkb it t> ettetnnbered 
have bom MmnvMl: thia am be dmeta^ 
thw oniirw of the (imiMit mr, Ylir de* 
tailed HoxKiitt ot tbe tKW CHpet amrt ahn 
be.' poittionfd tltl cmr ttext annnal mertlnir, 
wbea, u all protnliilitv. it will V flturfii>d. 
It kaoffldent to nuaji; now, that It pro- 
iniaca not to mataln hot tn add tuntMally 
ti> Hr.Hcotfa irroat rfpulNlioci : wbilt^ it 
wfll, undoubtemy, be no nxwn rival of the 
U-nntifid dttfieli of WyVefaaai and Wsyn- 
lU-t*>, and the atately choir ft Walter de 

" The nev chapel at Ramol CoSegw de- 
an-vfit bl|;h pniit^. and ia wcirthy of tta 
architect, lU. TtattiTAvld. 

" Tlui nvw DvhatiOff-room vt tbe Oxfurd 
Union Sofliely ia by toe araUteeta of the 
New UuaeuB^ and la worthy of tbc ortgi- , 
nallh- and dtUl to which hot, \a OxloTd, 
at w ereotd, tbey may aafe|y aaiert their \ 

"T<KirCeiomitt«v r*ti(iioo to bear that tha 
loB^ <UhiFuUt«d and toe much ncfcteotedj 
Umvcnaty church, St% Haiy'a, ia ta lie Iun ' 
mediately r aa t Med, and they coiVTat>dat« 
the Society oa the bet that Ae wurk lis* 
lieen bitraated to Mr. SccAt. 

" Of work* in the city and ita neigkhoRr* 
bood littla bat bean done during Um peak 

rr; ao«ne rartoratlcma h«ye b eii i a ft c M 
Holywell Chitrdi, wbcm good palj- 
chnMne, cbtcfly the work of atnatencMiMjr 
bo eMM. At [IB«nr. Mr. Rockier haa re- 
■tared the beaotinil week front i aad the 
large rircular wbdow, whldi helia* e^en* 
ed, ha> Iwen SUod with atained glaw by 

" A dianed, la good taste, baa bean add»d 
to ^mnmotoira Ckarch by Mr. SIfwL 

"Ur. Bnckeridee has deirlgsed and car- 
ried out A tmall fidioal-rocMN aft Ilolywt41. 
wbkh [a well adapted to the p n raoae a of 
Ite erection. Thn mto* anddtMCt i* ahmit / 
to effbct a jndidout enhurnmieBt und r^ { 
■toraliou of Wofilvercott Canrah. 

" In fwirlnii"!!, ^mtr Citnmitlw wnnbl ' 
refer I" i I 'tltl' 

grvsi, «' III of 

thia tbr VB-iTiiirin jttLi III imr ."-onrtj'a 
eiiat«ac<v and which haa met— thanka li 

the klndli*-4M unA r.'^l nf fnir frintilA -vill 

a ani-civ- 
ON %ei\Ti.- < 

all llw»<i, ituj- ■': 

rofenwoe ban » 

haw oonUaDj n'-poiuuM ■■> "'n ' 

Le*ce$terMhirf Arrhiteetural and Arehttolog'ieal Society. 61 

mmI ««lwi*0; belpnl u to attalo oar 

"TlM MBilwblc diwn-lptioii wVicfa our 
ON^ Mta w i mt Rwntlwr, Or. Adand, gave 
«*«rtkc Mwrntni tlie iMitttf tin build - 
taf ttadf t Uh iraipnHaoi <t tb* grsmd 
ImOmrm «f Um (Atbfc** «nd ciranr^M or 
OsfcnL DM* a«d oM; tW plauuit stHl 
■■Jialili wnalug mpmi In tkte finm an 
Tkmaimf alght, naU* Uw iflarlM of 
I and andem «iirfai in ttw praekrai 
■od In ovr nhw ttw oth omtwy 
df bnM and iraa ; tta haalthy 
«Bd arfifytaf; in^ht* and kmim of ya rt ar- 
^, WMB wr riattad BMrly « doua otd 
iteflU dHnbM te oU BngHah vUlafpM. 
to aajr doUiub of Iba nMtina of old 
•taniwMiolcr fim».nid oM piBow, wUl. 
wa Ifvat. bms Un in Mtt uiMiHnr of lU 
wfto VtA put in t^ tnik and jMMnrM 
•f Am Oxfenl <.i««»nJ Congmu, nnd In 
Vka nrmat of htnra a u c uw i iu vvr wiirk, 
aid of Alwr «Biilar ncaCtnga tmra ami 
al»«w i iir^ Wkn>«d hy elM mbm Ugb m- 
■4i<*B M , ami bjr the aaaw iCraaa tia, 
«Mefc kM bMnd ai »H toMtber, <9 tw«. 

Aaar aon* rtnurki ftom Ur. K. k. 
VMdmi (who OU ill the ctmrL 

Mr. H. O. Waabwood (of Uh niylar 

Intlitutc) raw to up taw a hope that th« 
dajr waa not far dlaaat vhok In thii Vui- 
vanity, aa ebmbemt tlwre augbt be a 
Proftwor of AnWt«<nr«. 

AnMnovR Tliar^ ia a koir apih, 
vxy tt tm A Ua d«%bt widi all l^al ba iMd 
wm, and Iha graat |i1mjb» «^ich l»» haal 
fpk in jvintng tboOaDenl Congiw. 

llw OiainnaB i iwyiai d , nil it waa 
carriad with iiiiilaanli<», febat Bhlwp 
PMUr, flf P«aiwy]nate, «rbo«nwpiaam, 
be eteotad a Batraa af Um Socit^. 

The Biafaap «f nmaylvaaia tatanMd 

Tb« Rot. R. H. o^nnfton propoanl a 
▼Ota ef Ibaaki b> Ih*. lUrmw, tho l*mici- 
]m1 of SL Bdmsid lUll, *i>d Ubq Pnsi- 
dwt of tbc Soricty : and t« tba Vie*- 
Channlkr aitd tbe bean of ChiM Obinli 
ifar tlwir kind maMtanoe do t^ nocaalita 
of tlw proaat Ongran. 

The Jtndnr SamAary iwapoavd a vala 
of tlMnlc* to HMda of Uoom aad otfaaea 
who bad l«nt tbeir ptet« oa Ux! oeaaidaB 
flf tha ooavnvaitaMt, 

After mne rmuuia Itoaa Hr. ntrkrr, 
and tbe dliHiiggMwd Frcncb antiquvy, 
U. FiandawMMkliyJ. tb« Cfaaiman dia- 
tatved tto Ocagteia. 




Aprilt^. A inwtlne ortHoSociatjiraB 
twU at tht TuwD-hall, W. P. Herridi,EH)., 
In tbe <4)*ir. 

Wr. nerrtck. nhlritul two Kpom-'hatdt, 
t^ in<l an ■>nal4rt, kU nf bronso, 

r - 'ncTcfl tiy tntat wnrktitm nn> 

pioji^i i>; iiim in euUing a driva t1in>u;;b 
Ua aaanpawot on BeMon-UU on Chain- 
wiNd Ponat. 'Hui tod of a space »c«- 
BoriBg abooL >iz foet by three, wbcre all 
tha aitldea n<vpting tlw Inut ««i* (VnuuI, 
afpaand to br diArciit hi th« fiomd ad- 
JAitdnf. SMne of thia hail thoefhre been 
aant l>y SJr- Ilarrick tn Di. BL-mu;*, uf St. 
1fafT*t HoajiHal, PaddiaijrloD, to W an» 
tyW. l)r, \\m»y% dl«o(n-ered it Xa am- 
tahi \na^, \iMvtj of wcU-burut d^, and 
vood cbarooaL Tlw aiKar-lMad* mvn 
tt^rt* sDlit^, of thr ab*|W wbidi b^ia bmi 
mllirl ** itivrtlp^lntf," witli rouixl aorkt'ta 
"r ibo wood«D thafU to 
Ta eaiaa wma way Into 
ticad. Om of the delta, 
Itn^ Ma* of an anaaual 
BOOffiMihaMA, vlih a 
a Uaiuui-. This kind of 
nur* vommon ixnimn>.-« In iTif- 
In Ka g ton .1, (Pwir Irish ipuci- 

Kieita are eDfrravrd in the Ardnnlugiioal p. S36.) Tbe anolet. wdMi 
IB rniumuineirtvd. wa> found pcrbai^w flfly 
yard* fWm thp otlior artidMs and mA*\& 
th« cnmiDpnumt. Theaearticln. ncconltnr 
to rccntt claiaificatlon, wotiltl be narifimM 
to thv Oltic period, i. a., to tht- iiilialutjaita 
of Entfland iir«v[inu to tb>.'ir li^ii^' subju- 
gat«d by the Roman*. The Inttcr uaoaUy 
Hl«.-t«d low and Hat litMationi for their 
eucnmpinmta, trusting to tlioir own mili- 
tary wilt for atvnrity, while tht Bntoni 
availed .Itirmaclvca of nattindly fi^ifllrd 
pocitiona, ancb a« tha Bi«ct>D-%iil. 

It waa oba«rvad rapectinK tht; tirav Of 
Klof; Btheldt«d at Hlinbonie. Doractatar^ 
of whldi a mlitiinK wm riltihiUi'l at t1w> 
Inat Diwting, thnt tba doni-flgnra of tlw 
Mint ia aaiigaed. in HonDtng** Liat of Hon- 
n<ni>[ital Unwi-, to about tha y«nr 14fi0^ 
and in Shniwjn'a Livl to alwit IVIC^ 
while the insMiiptioD wai tboujtht to be of 
the ■crond lialf uf the an ■■nl<.'ent]i cmtuiy. 
Ihirhiit Ao r«al«ration (f-i c*ll«^l) of Wim- 
bomo muter lut ymr, another oklvr 
InccnptiMi heloBg^K to thU fi^nra via 
aooMwlwra 4Uaco^r«3. It U not nalllulj 
that tliii tauter ]ilat« may bnv* bren ra- 


Antiquarian Hetearehe*. 



tnnviMl when the PurilaiM were in power, 
duriiii; IIh; GrfAt BebclliLin i nnd i)«t bi'ing' 
furlltixxining niU-r the Kratorxtion, llw |ii-c- 
■ent inidiiiti'jn ww lutwlituutl Tor it. 
LeJand, in lI«<nTy V II I.'* time, thua nmltJi 
ofUuKitumtiuiciil^— "Kin){ FtUn-'ldrcoe wu 
tnrried b; her, f8.Cutlibeiga,oii tlw ufirtli 
mie ct tlte PrulTter?,] whos Tnmbe mu 
hM^ npairid, and m Marble Stono Ihtr 
btyui with KD imsi^ nf m Kitig in ■ I'latu 
of UnMP with the i titcription : — In han loeo 
fMfan'f <\>rjiM JiL Kthridredi. regit Wett- 
MuoMMW, mariffriM, ^ui An. Hi. 827, 13 dia 
Apr.per mawu* Danorum Papanorttm oc- 
eiilMit."—Itiitarafy. to). 111.. (i>l. Sfi. 

Ur. T. NevimoD bid upon tl>« l«bl<-, ns 
flliwtntWe of Mr. Win^a ewa^ reiu] ut tliu 
Fcbnury mcotin^, tlia \axge cu4travi»trt 
of lUwton Chiircli. Nottin);lMiin&hii«, pub- 
liabcd by tbc Cuuilj>riclfi« Oaindvii Sm-irty. 
Ho >Lk> montioncd tliot dnrinf; recent re- 
PMn «t Lrucntcr OMle MHue reniain.i of 
Ita Bndent Normau hall had b«<>n brongbt 
to U^l. Originally it wu a targn nptrt- 
tnent. with aialu formed h^ two rowi of 
oak inHan mppurlitiK Ihc riMtf, liva on 
Mdi nda, tlurtf Tout bttcli and Iwcnly .!*-«> 
biclu* Kjiutic, with cnnred eiiptUvU. Onff 
onlr of lliMe now rcmaitB eutire. TliO 
hnlu of Uakham CoMle, (eii|(nivnl in Tiir- 
ttor^ DomnUc AnJiit(K:lurT, vul. i.) and v£ 

WinclicftfT, were of fiinilar furowtkin, bat 
witb stone pillmr*. 

Mr. Jamm 'I'h^impaon Kwl wnne obaer* 
vnliviiK L>ii Itinuuk Letce«t«ri particnlarlj 
with refi-renee to the outline of it* walla. 
He Ill-Ill tliat there wfti originalLjr a wn- 
tt<ni w«ll, pnndlel witb the eMtero wall ; and 
that a fptee ww laft between tJw Jewry 
wall and the river, in the oame way a* at 
York and ClHster Uiers waa a wall on the 
rirur tiiltf of the eucmtpnivut, Qnder dml* 
lar rimimitaiuvfl. In annrcf to an en- 
(jtiiry tmm tb« Chaimuui. Mr. 'niompfon 
■tetcd it waa hi* intvntion, on a future 
occaaioro, to follow out tbo coiiieiiuciivGa 
involved in tlio mlablintini(.-nt of tliia 


Ur.GrwIvy iirodiiced a copy of a ran 
treet, with the following tiUe-i»eei — 
"ASormon prMrhedat A»bby-«lo-la-Zoaeh 
In the Countie of Leicester : at the Fane* 
mil of tb« truly noble and rertaona Lady 
KUfAMh Stanly, one of tb« daugbten 
and eo-hian <jf the Riabt f Ionoura\)l« Fer- 
dinand late Earle of Derby, and late wifa 
t<> Hi-nriv Earle of Huntin^-dnMi. tlie fiAh 
Eurlc of that Famili*. The 9 of Fchniary, 
Anno Dam. 1633. By T. F.— London. 
l*rint*d by W. T. nnd T. 1'., and are to bo 
Kild by Hattbew Himtnon* at bin ibop, at 
the OoldvD Lyou tji Duuk-luiu'. 1635." 


JfiHT Sa W. 8. W. Vnox, Ks.).. Preu- 
dant, Id the Cliftir. 

Mr. Bm-ne esbiliitixl nn nnpublislipd 
diiUinic uf Henry Vlll., itrtn-k at lliu 
Bristol uiiiit, ul. tlic Limo when Willlnm 
SiiatTluictuii utaicliii^rufliecT tlirrc'. Gruklii. 
balf-groata, aiid penoln of the Utiituliuiut 

are w«ll tcnriwn, but ac ihtlUnff has hitherto 
betii deurribLil in aisy of the wuilia on thfl 
ED)(li«b voinflge. 

lir. Lovit'O uxbibitvi] a lilvcr Turluah 
coin, wiiirh be iiuppotMl to bnvo been 
■Irurk ilnrtH^ tliu nburt uiiirjiation at 
powu by Miiata|)ha IV., iti aoi. X&3Q. 


A TKKT rtnnazkable inRtance nf inten- 
tivnol defBOLiiivut of a tDUDuineDtid in- 
acription biw retxntly been brought to 
li^bt duriiigjC rfatsrcliMi eDnnnctnl witb 
tbo ^i\;iLt Shrcwulmry Pevra^ i;ii«i,'. It 
ap)<ear» Ibat In ronaeiineiiee of eTidcuce 
aftHrdvd h\ Naab't Hiirttiry of Worcealer- 
aliiti-, mid by a !tlS. in tlio potaeaalon of 
I«»rd Lytt«ltou, tbo tnunuinaiit of Sir 
John Talbot in Brnmagrote Chnirrb bud 
to lie (-xaitiinoil. Oiil> iiuo-ription, n> given 
by Nn»!i, WBK eattily recoiruiaed; but tltu 
i^ier viu wanting! and in ennrt« t.f Uw 
jirmUil and iiiiuiu*cri|>t inicrijiliiitia 'xrv 
nut mluiiaMUu an ^daiov. Although no 

aigns of tliit imrticiilar inscription wen 
ihun evident, ita publiratimi 1^ Niutb in- 
dueed a very trlose iiai]iii.-(i(iu ; mid at hiat, 
vnrirr a cont of foinl, Iraeea of lettvra 
were found. Tbe paint was then rcninvcd, 
aild ftirtJier trawa wcr<i diacovcred ; but it 
would uppi-jr LhnI the llinur <if [yuida did 
not feel aaljafied in rv(vivitii; tliu evidenca 
fif the remaining |>ottlona of the [iur-ri|»* 
tion ; and acme of the eouuael on Wbiilf 
of Karl Talimt went to far aa to deny th« 
|KMaiU]it^ ef the toecription being r«u4l. 
li^ir F. hclU i]iure than once bohlly aa- 
aerlnl, in Li.i ]i«.-ullar luaiinrr, that ib 
oould not be read ; and the rounad fiir 

18S8.3 MutilatiuH and DeMtruclion of Church 

tthm partke Iq llw aoit ttvtatA tim to 
■oapBct ths powilillity of the littcn bfting 
dM!i|ibcn!d. XcKie of UtMn, Iniwrrrr, ap- 
pmr to bar* «iwpact«*t that the lnK-ri[v 
ticm l»d hoctt laUntkNially dntroypd. or 
AtAred ntlMr, beouiM it ia wrll known 
tbai m Biuijr of oar chnrrh moaommto 
aic ozpowd to all taru nt iiguriM. thM 
the ie^temmt at an ituniptkm tfanw 
traadnd jan oM wotiM lie nolhttiff mi- 
vnammo. W* )^h«F. however, from Mr. 
Hoadi Smith'! hrttcr in tlie "Morning 
Port"^ of the 20tb ult^ tlmt tW Mid iti. 
KripUnn IimI been ninliUtiiil "ma mati- 
Dcr w oRfhllr, tmi wiib «acb laboor ami 
pahutaklDir. ttMt tlKiM who nmotnted 
ttu Mcrilc^oa dMd beUsved tlwj had 
nammd u* bwcrlptlaa fyt «r«r from 
mortal ej«s.'* »om iti pocnliar [Mtitioa 
span th« altAF-tooib it te«ui» vUhit It 
oould BBTPT bnir* bt<pii iniure>.l by urci- 
d«at; and both Ur. RmwIi Smith lutd Mr. 
Walitt* agree in [irot«*tiitg agaimt tho 
wi ppa rf tiiTO that any acodnil (vtdil poa- 
■iMj baro elitteUil ti/fiht ttiltr* ia iijrA 
rtiirf, tmdff a M^ or Oarairv; Bod Jtrt 
U[r to tlie Uit *TO ae» th« lawyers ftKhtinp; 
a«aiti«t thia oonclunvn nidouoa. «nd tb« 
KirMntor-(Iei)«nil in ananniBiF op dMLaring 
tlmt **it hid booa n^ffntMl that tfan in- 
acrtjilion Tipuu tbo Upmb hod bcvn wilfalt; 
obliterated i bat he did not think the rvi- 
dfnrr bow out that ao^gMtion '." llMgg**- 
Horn ' why it ia a downright aawrtiua 
madr h}f tirn pi>r«rm.4 who hare dcvMcd 
tbtiir li«i9 to tltu >tudr oTaaoFnt nonn- 
Dimta; and sow all wW visit tlw inoito- 
tncmt an eonvinccd that for utnc !m- 
proficr olifect the niDtilatHMi wai made, 
pnmibljr a long timo ■inm. Mr. Itmch 
BmHh mnkn so uhcorvrnttoa on the par- 
tUrular drcnnttaneea in whirh thw dia- 
potad Inaofptiuu b m>da ap|>llcabla; ha 
citaa the oaao nwrelr m an inotaitoe of the 
[fiaecRrityof mr chuTfh mannnenta; and 
In the nme spirit baa rwiiarks are fal- 
lowad bj a Damtino of jvpwral inBtHnces 
of vandBfian), which ne ttanscrilio ftwo 
the - llomii^ Vak" of tiM SStli ult. :— 

"To a* Tiittor t^lke Xofmng FoH. 

o RtB,~Kef«rTti9 to Uur UkIw ofMr. 
C Roach Suth. pubHabtd lo jow jourtul 
«f tlw Iflth iHt., relative to Ou- derac- 
nant at the iucription apou the Talb->t 

•The tiuctlciVM u rMd bT 0>»^ jteatbaien, 
jrlVhiW laj MMarial dl*cnpanej. U w W- 

2* ^^Ip Maniw»i hjt 

-." r-r— • and t** daaahlan. 
iJL^F" EHsabetli ftja 

aniranmt in BruoMyKTv Cliiirdi^ aod 
Cba dcatraelVMi of naDBinaita in other 
cbnrchea, tamn); hetni fur iiiany >ara a 
Mllevtor of •e'tiulclim] inKrlptloni, 1 can 
M\y caBflrm tlw lattor portlou o( liia 
■tatrnnent. Not ool/ hare ananr inscrip- 
tiona nnttionoil in Saltaon*! fliatotjr of 
Saatz been tabaequentlr daitrcTOd, bai 
nthon renoriUd in the math later hi** 
toriMi oT that connijr hj Hnibnan and Op 
home, and sooi* tramcribwd hy mj own 
hsnd within t^ir laaC tn-«ntjr-Brs jam, do 
not (>ow exist. 

" Mv ntUnUon waa lint tnota aapacialljt 
cUlrd to llic necvwity (W pr c a cr rtng trwi- 
aeripta of aeimlcihral luier^itiaiH bj wit> 
Doring the deatnutioD and ntaoral of 
Chureti, in BaMx. aOBM iwvatT years nneo. 
On that ocraaioa. a moral tablet in mamorv 
of one of England's ino<t distingiuibod ad- 
mirals— AdiBirftl Niebolaa HatUoek — wia 
de«trn;«d, to aar Ihe leaat, hj tlw inaab 
fCToaa and mlpaHa neffllifsaMi aor lUd 
the ]urith autborltiea conder tiwnwdrea 
nndar maj moral or lopd obl'ntlan to rs- 
stor* Iha motnnnant tbna otaUOjed bj 
their own ijriornnt and domay worinnco. 
fhrM otht-r nim-taarT nemoriala, with 
arm* and iiurriptiuoa emUaiMMd npoa 
oak pniMil, were removed tnm tli* chnrdi. 
One of th(<iH> niifl in mtmmj ot a CapUio 
Ho^m, whii Rnvcljr diatlogniahad hhnaolf 
during the Dtilch warsi tha odun, fron 
tliA anuf^rial bcailngik probably eomiso- 
maratad a bmiich of the fiiniilr of Hurt, 
barooeta, of SlowbaHolpb-baU. b Norfolk. 
For « Um^ thno tb«<M wn« atowed vnf 
in a liimber-mora at llie paracmaet; aboat 
t^-ii y«im »iiire liify were Ijfiutt vpMi tiv« 
ftoor of thu vvatry, and (Wm that Aty to 
tlie i«acT»l tbay have nut be^ai Pewttred 
to tBC waUa of the i-hiir<-h. Olher in- 
•ertptlona, now iDla«Ina, w«r« prahably de> 
Btnjed at tlu nmo tiim. Subaeqaantlj 
to thU, th«i rhnn^hwanlena, before proctftd- 
inft to anollior uri. of «l«nm)itlon. Ibonght 
U moire pradenl to proceed hy public ad> 
Ti-rtiarmmt of thmr iiitentbmai but ex- 
hibiting, at (h« wima tlina, must extra- 
ordinaiy L^oranci?, cuIUhI upni) the <!«• 
acendanta of om; fitmUv Co repair ilta 
tomb confltrtM-tnl hy another, with nhmm 
they bad rut the leniiolmt eomtadKni. 
Nr>'infi>nuntM»i sapplivd could aonriDea 
thr churx-hwwdnM of their almardily, or 
dlvoritbeiu fraui tbi-irnbjit-t ; and anutlier 
tomb, of ioniA Idcb) hixt'iritvl inteivwt, «'iU> 
two inacripdoUB in latin aiid Eng-lljiti, naa 

•* In tin? iMljoinlnir parlA of IMttlewull, 
alxmt forty yanr* o^, ou) of the churdf 
wutiltiis n)iTi(ii|>riated a n»mb«r of scpnl* 
rhral sUIm faxa the Inttriar of tha drntch 


Anliquarian Retcarchet. 


ftirthepaipw* ofpavUv bb «oort-7w<dj 
■id onljr wy nantly. d; Uw «Bcrg«li- 
mcnt of ft rulwav npon tba property, Uutjr 
mn THDOvoil, wnvn I ouanUsd u many ax 
niM, and Uun wet* prvbtbljr gtbitn wUcb 
1 did not Me. 

" A linr ytan dnee, wrhik enga; ed in 
■ seoolofriaBl ItivMtintian, I w«nt into 
Stvpoey Mnrclijraid m Um purpoM of 
Tm^fing a tnuucript witli Uio ori^fmal 
■l«li, whoa, to my maxyntia, Xlw tine im* 
BvtiUlcd Um Ivdger. Kllhtu Ui» itxirt 
qiacc of B montb, bad dta[i[)Mr«d. 1 Sat' 
maJhtoly applied to Ibe rector, Uio B«v. 
Xr. Lev, rnpwtmK ^ if^ia 1 foaml tho 
ehnrctaffafdona bad vary coolly onluvd it 
to b« Ukon an fbr tlw purpoM of paving 
tin iatariar of th* edile^ wiUiout, a> liu- 
w I could kaiii, Um ImM OMtuiry wbelbar 
It wtffc ia ueoidaBea with tb« irUhM of 
Vk» daaoep^nU ^at Uic rtooa tbould bo 
■movod ihm ovor tbu rauaina of Ihelr 
■iwerton. and plaead <br l)ett«r (iraMm- 
tion inaidc tbo choreh. 

^M Bowm aiSnd, In Emo. tbo 
ckwehwatdaM (thora beiiw at tbt tiroo 
a noident rvclo*) pr«ariit«a & gintlmian, 
who owaed aa (otau Ln tiw {lariib, "iih 
ft moat magnifleoil (thougb mutiliOcU) 
tOaaanwaUl tt&^y. la braai, of Sir Jubii 
Qil&n]. Mho tlinl iu ]34Hl Uurmg Iha 
flpaea of Wn yvara I inado VKsy saquiry 
to aacntain what fawl heoaioe of thio 
monninent, wltidi I knew, fKwi SaknaQ'a 
Hutofj of Baaex, bad rarm«rljr calaiad ta 
tbv vfanrvb. aod fbuad ona penoD who 
had BHuiaDy wen it. In thii iiue«nce ita 
mnoral vm tin doubt the mmiu of ita 
ntnatiiMi, for it would pn>l»bljr bave 
baen aold for oM brMa if tbo gmtlonua 
In qnwtnn bad oat aMMiptvd itj and ba 
Immedtttlely r(»tat«d it upon appUcatioa. 

" That moaaincntal bruaea ihi^ald now 
ftftd tbeu ba •t«i«i or «old by avarit-ioiui 
aaztona fixr old nrntal iji, pnrhapis not very 
TCnariablc^ eapedally at tbinr ara irftca 
tend lying detached fl-um Uimr ilab*. no- 
body ii tha pu^ heUoK ii>ta:rwt aiiongh 
to aspaad a raw diOUiigi ia rriUnv tbanL 
Wicbui tba iMt ftv waoka. a Mend of 
wine baa puMbaMd in IjoiuIou a braM, 
with inMriptlon in black ktUr, racordiDg 
ft tbo pur*oii cotiiDMTnwirat«d, 
of MTlain obaritiM to tbt- parinli. Hi- tiiw 
dii(o*er«(l iImI it li«lon|^a ti> a cbnrcli in 
Korfblk. to wlilab be i* aboat to rratore 
ttt in tb* hfifw that it may ba mors m- 
eurahr pnaarred fbr tha Allan.-. 

" I turo bora txAietA but a &w df Mx 
OUiBaf thi* kiiid trbirh havr ccnic ondcr 
lay Butifw, in romiborBlian nf Ur. Iloacb 
Bniilh'* reuMfk* ; w<y? It n am— tr y I omIiI 
pmtlr ui villi iIm-oi. 

" I'krtoii* an ftlinnt Lnrajiably ftocua* 

tonad to attribnte iha dartraoUno of 
eksn^ moBnuMnta to the Pttfitii») tbey 
baT« truly (|nit« aooagb to antwor ilar 1& 
that rtvpfrt, bnt tnn oooaidcnUe OL* 
IMnenoa, aiVer havlns viaUad « tar 
bcr of churchaa. tt ia my ftrn 
thai a Cu- gtaatar nuaibiir of m-> 
hava baeo tnntOatad and daatroyad i 
tbo aiglitMath and nimrtwnth voitiir 
than in tltc period of tlie Urrnt Ih'U'iiion. 
It M alau eomuHMil} nupiKwnl Uul church- 
K-anlviM ant tlw Kuardtau npd oonafuritora 
or tbo uvlcaiAaliciii HKinamenlA i M doabt 
tbuy uu);liL to be, but a>|wriaiioe abocnt 
Uuit tlM-y are mora freaoDntly the apotia- 
tora^ — I aui. Sir. jour mdiaU ■eniiiU 

■•ifffySl.ieW. "K." 

DitciKtrri tfa So«Mn nnrv Ceimn 
In a rcAmt nnmhlirof the BifUeU» 
menial, K. L Itoatan irnnoimnM 
CO*ery of n R'Jitian rlary oolnma 
MaxinuR (Vxr). It i» ralkd onto* 
/■nir* ; bitl it !■ ub*ioi»1_v » inomoriiil of 
the rqiarat'oii uf tlm gr«at in'K' -— — ii| 
(the fin Attrftia) upon thn ••■■ li 

it lar ; and whicli at tjtal i^ - 
be tlirtini^bad. nnarly twenty •&>« 

The rulumn i* npwafda ttt •vrun 
lilph, and nboat two fret In diainat«r. 

n . CLARDtTB . PKm , J . 

euUU . ATO . OUM . 


Txa . roT .ai.ccm.m, 
nip . r . V . p . Bsrion-. 

The Fid Jnretia, vuppoKtl to haro 1 
made by Caiiu Amvliu Cotia, led flroaft? 
lloane, l-y Tuida or Ktmria, and tlte Ma* 
Titime AID^ to Arte*. In thli roBtC^ U 
^vvn in the IliM*niry'>r^Df»uniia, < 
eilhrr at nr nraf Ht. Uaximin, wlioro t 
inamjition waa found, the atation 'Af 
lata, wUrb lowe antiqaarieB ham aMcr 
la tvpnaeottfd by the smdeni Bk. Masluln j 
but otliera luive itinjintt'd ita daiina 
topogmphirul |;touiuU, and limm Ita dii 
tancv tnn tbu eonne of tbo Via Ju^lit 
It ii (ircibabk that M. Itnaton** iiil^trBliih 
diaooverj will b« of iinpurlwtc* aa regar 
the eetttaifRt of tlda dbpated iiotat 
an ofMiU. it fa a TalnaUla addition to 
uiatcnala ootlcclod by M. de Cnniuuntt 
throocb the BtUIrti* SfimHmfnln!, (or •_ 
brtti* umU-ntamli'i ■ Uj < 

Ifanim'i ISifll.whioli . Tb 

pr- ' :' IW Uif.) Ilia" 

r>i tinil iMn )'l' .'' dia- 

puut lit UK uuruT of bL AldLUiii;ii- 

PUyrima* Stt/na, ^. 


~ tftl IcmLii nY7>iivrfi'<i iMilKwl in ll»8 
IkTi'i MAfii/TNHfor Jrurvti, liBfC 
imrmrUy iiiulcriitnixl hy lh« Ar- 
SPoU AMOciatiun (kv p. 619, aittr). 
carious little objccU Uor no rcw-ni- 
•liAfCTur to jiilgriiDn' 'igtn, <ii.' 
«v|rt B* r?g«rO( tbs iBiit^cU tit whicli Wusy 
mrw naiidt umI uiv jieiwn iuLcmlin^ to 
pBK iilT iiiiitittioR*, iw l)it^ are etruiuviiuily 
Marrt>«l tn W, wuuM Iwvc prwuk-J tiiio- 
•cU wilb cinmpliift a( veritable titittaeuSa, 
of whicti there arv h f^mt immliKr in tliii 
IlritUh .Miweuiii. rhiuAy (Uscowrvd upon 
til" l«nkji of th^ ThiuuM. Several bavc 
h^cfi. front tiBte to tiui«, eu|;T*vnJ in tbe 
GkxtikmimV MAiiiziXEt ■>n*Ini>>ujl>li>U'« 
anU wixxlvatis of the tnoit importiint rn- 
r>r1i«-«i mrc j^tcq in tbe Cullrrtitita An- 
{•■l»a, in nrtiicli iif W(! r«iicfu)>«r riglitlv) 
tb«7 wot* fircl iumIc known to £lio Brohao- 
kWMal pnMlf. Komo of tbcw »i^s are 
or M»Mtngly gowl trarkBian4bi|i, IlJ^ ftir 
hvUncv. that vf St. Ktncn ; ni><l all nrc 
«itbar M uwrknl by iii«>-ri]ili«ii* or roli- 
fjltam cmUciiM. «• to Icavv dc <l<mlit of 
tlbvtr d>M wm) chonurlcr in tbu miuiLa oT 
any <ni« to trbum tbry ars at nit fainiliar. 
At iha oinr liiiii*, llivy m a* diitiiirt as 
poMiU* fVom thelcailonbailpwaiiiltt^ri'D 
TvfiTTir^l to in OUT ninnb«T lor Marvli, 
whk-b at tlw «ne tiiur KpiMor to tn; per< 
ftvUj f^iinitie, — not a« [ulj^mt* ilana, but, 
«• WB hare befura fltut^ a* c^ildreu's 
play tlitai;*. wUHt, foqr bun jnd 5 ean iifl#r 
tbc^ bad btea fiibricat«d to aniutc an In- 
Gtntioe generaiiun, bave scrrt-d ta pnzzlo 
aad BtiaUwl snv« tuni, and th» niouiber* 
of aa arclMwlo^rical Koetjr. llr. East- 
wood, of 3. Cily-lerTM<v, Cit}-n>ad, tbc 
OWDtY tif t1iM« nediie%-iil trfj}iimiiri, i»iil 
b* happ,v to Aav tbnn, and to afTurd 
IblbrinalioD ropcctiiq; tbvir ili«i»very. 

AowMH Learlei* St^t. — Mr. Itolfc hu 
PMpntly prpriirt<d tma tlait prml atare- 
Ikhbv of Itutupiw nalHjuilics. Kich- 
barongli. tvo rHnnrkiUc and raro ud- 
diliMu to hu fi>ni)<'r ooUMtiona. Tbvy 
mn kadcM h«U vr ^//m of tbo Ewporar 
rnnatantiiw, ekrmgk irhich a 3trii.g bu 

pawad tD tho manner of tbt papal hnlli 
and otiwr ami* of llic middl* ifm with 
which the nntitjBiiry i« eonriTHint. 'Ilia 
nni- kidr x* llut, the ollirr rnnm; npcin 
the furmer niilv i* a portrait tif tbu vin- 
penir, biDrened, in liigb mlii^, and 
MTOanil, — 

oonnAxmrn r . *vo. 

Tlio 1«tti-r!nK luid thv bnxt remind ua 
of tilt: coin* uf Ihv emyicrtfr; but tb<.-TO 
aru Twc-iilinrilii^ which shew ihnl tho 
matrix of tti« mvIh waa cut uaiK-mlly fat 
(be purpovc. 

The only I'n^^ved examples of aniilar 
•eaht art- those lu pi. uiii. voL xl. of th9 
Ctttte<-lanft) Atiiijiio, which am ghMly 
frotii Droupli, in ^VMtmo^claad■ 1 vro were 
fauiid al Felit>towe. There ar« only a 
vi?ry fl-n- in tbe llritiah Uuwnni, nnd a 
few in tbo Ailimoleaa Muaeum, Oxford, 
the latt«r of which cam* alM from 
Rmitf[h; hot tbey nrver exrili-d th«- in- 
tcrmi tliey dcaorrcd, if. in'IrKNl. Dtdii rvtd 
origin wa« iletivtM. Mr. Itiilfi', »* hear, 
hii# nuTiifii<(l hi> intention U> aJiI llivvt- iu> 
f ^rtwling acqnisilioiu to the Kithhorouj;]! 
onlleotiou in Mr. Muyur'a ninitiuu. 

Amgto-Santn Aiili^nUiM.— UaxiBg re- 
pain o{ tint biith road leading frvm Wye 
to Dover, of tSfJbol of tbo bill abnnt a 
mtlo from Wyi>. a grare wma bid open 
containing tho akolctoaof n man, wiih tbg 
ntiibo of a iibield, a svrord. a gloa* drintc- 
ing.rnp, anil lotno uniidhir object*. The 
Krv. is. li. Larkinif loat no tinie In ob- 
tiuning the mnaina for the Kent Aicbtto- 
InKiral Society; and, on their parti he 
liberally rewarded the finder. Now. how- 
cTcr. it is reporUd iJie lord of th« manor 
pull in a claim! Very recently llic So- 
uiety of Antlquarlei oblalned Mime umilar 
reinaina tram tbe Wort of Bujclnnd ; a d 
tbev nIm were oider«il I0 num-Tidi-r by a 
krd of tbe manor. In Ix'ih raw* the 
fragile at(}ecta wem proeured wlvl^ for 
•cieutiflc piirpuaeaj aiid it it t^ be hajwd 
that loq^i of tOMKHK (rill raLlicT 11I1I tbuB 
ohttnift thu progM of antiiituiiaQ and 
biatarical rMearcliM. 

Out. Mao. Tot. CCV. 



Ms. Ubbak,— The pn^wtod cntnbUdi- 
ntnC of A n£ff i^oceit\, ta he carvnl out at 
Loodim Kud Rooltnrtpr, anil oiled tbo msu 
gf St. Allan'*, tOKCtlivr witli tbu rurtoni- 
tlon of the iibticr Lliurcb for * r^lhcdrAl, 
c:all fur hium: mDurk.i uu tbe cUim uf lhi> 
anelciit Mat of ]carnl>tf to ibo boiiour to 
be unibrred on it. 

Tba monwtory of St. AUnn'a ti&vuiff 
besa ono pf tb« tint finuHWd in Bneluid, 
BAtunllv bcfsme m ftlaoe f>f much )m- 
portiincc; nml undar the fru^l aibiiiiint. 
traliuQ <if tlin BonodioUDo miink*, the 
hod* of the iiblx^ Rion incraaMfd ta mlaa. 
wul mtukI of iu uhbota wwre wnonKst 
the iDWt ucwnjplialinl K-bobm of tbctr 
day. Var tt wm the glorf of .St. liuno- 
ad't refona to limvo mbatituLnl Intdiiy 
lubour fur ihv nuninc iudplvnco v( Ori>-ntiu 
lacetlcian j knd aj thin muiui the Ilene- 
dJctines bMnuio thti piouMn of oTiltn. 
ilim ID Eiiro])r, at oDW perbnain^r the 
BfflocB of rclieioD aiuI tnatruction to t 
rude pi»plp, while tbrjr reduced the Und 
to cultiv^ion; having b«Mi, h* H. Guijxit 
b» dwwn, — whuin ao oim vQl ftccUH <tf 
too great iwrtialitf to Komntini), — the 
great dearani of huid is Kiiroptj : — 

■• A MloBV. ■ UiU* twtna or MoakJ. Mtttrd in 

Sluca naw^ vanIU*itn), ofUa in lb* aildd of 
p*(U popiUatSoti,— in GrraikBT, ha fiBtntilei 
•r In BmUQjr ; fllnro. at rauw aiiiBlaurtait oM 
tobovnn. Uier Mvc^nnliilied tbir doabl* «c- 
Tioe tbroagb pedl ind ridgqa.*' 

Nor wen tbn Ioh «iet|[«tk in the 
anotioB of ohaKOM and odK b7 Khicii a 
permanent tin|)rov«RUQt to tiw conditMn 
of tlM pBopla WH aflbotvd, and ttl« ftaada. 
tioa hid for tha after ilrralofumt of 
the KMurca of the ooontn - for it diouUl 
alwmji be reooIlMited thnt tlw vanniuitcni^ 
were ibe Md.v idioult in Ihr isuldlr n^:a 
where afri^ltun^ l>ortieiilitiri\ krfhitrr- 
tun.', niid the uthiv iIiiiQinttK! n-ii'DL-n wa* 
■lud'.td aiiil hrought to iui> dcgrvo uf 

la the Itine of Abbot EadiiM-i-. aVjiit 
tba end of the tenth emtni-jr, diHgi-nt 
aMicti hrttig lufide arnoi>j(iA tbv niiiu uf 
thn nld lliKiia!i rit; VVrulara for iiiatt'flak 
wlff-rrwilh tu lebaihl Iho Mxy ehurcli of 
St.AllMtn. M iiDiiihvr ot bnoi* An.l rilfci we4¥ 
ditco'i'tpil liiitili-u ill a tTrvii-ij nf IW whII 
of all (ltd iwlaoo, and nmoug^l (hnii na« a 
book of tiogular bcautjand Ani*h. wfitten 

in letUn of gold, and botuid in imk* 
boatvLi. fMtenod «1th nik. TbU v<^>luii 
wan in an unknown tongoe, (prv>[i«1i1 
Cvllic. the loD^uage of tlie an^eui inluil 
tanba of Vrnilainh hnt nt t<3it;ch an 
monk, liT tiaino L'liuimit, iii:<x7i>t.-deil in di 
vi|)lu.Ting it. utid fuuud Hut it wfitiuiu 
thf life and i«Minn of St. Albon : wl' 
lifintf traiwUtnl Itilo I^tin, waa errr tt 
Ix-ld In hii;h uitluMtlon by the mou 
The other norkft, hrinu fonnd Id relule i 
the lieatlMii wunhip ul'the fomm' inhn): 
(anta of Vvrubtm. wom i»iiini)tt«d 
lliunes, M wore abo tlie tuna, ravc^ ^ 
reaaeh of glaait ocnni, and M\tr 
wbkih were tuni<Nl up by tlio worli 
win)»L Making for tuntcriid* bo rebmld tta 

Hito aMoant. altlKni^ inipliL-iily be- 
rievfsl bjr the indent hiatoHanH. rauft bo 
ncmnd wHh •omo raanmtton hjr n^ aa 
tfav mifateqncnt inyntvrion* diaap 
of the Tolumft would lead to tlte ic 
ttiat Uifl oriftuul had never _ 

tbnt the pii^wwd Latin translation 
pTofcahlj a rJDm IVand of tbo monks : 1 
tndititm, aJtbouyb not to be blindly 
lowed, often exprewea tlie iDgenoons 
ingoftheap^ Ukd in tUi Itutawvaccounlj 
for the ceiienl deatroction of Roman 
■ndn m England, aa nmruuiU of 
andcnt lieatbeiidoin. 

AKhoogh » rcBiotadcM in tbo dortroe- 
tion of nitllqi>itli«, thi.> innnlia of the inidiUo 
OigfiBware not mdifrercnt to ibe miuly of 
aiKiMtt learning ; ood it i* iiriwijuilly t« 
tlicaa fovodatioiM tint me r.«<' llio worica 
of the cbiaac vrilere which liave boea 
handed down Uim. Sa onrly as the tknm 
of Abbot I^uil, who oMCceeded to the mitre 
of SU.Uban'ii in July. 1077. u Seripforiiiit 
wiu Mbi1>ti!ih<-<1 fiir enrichliip the lil>rary 
uf till- aljbi'T with cu|jir:i of tnlunl<lc wuil 
and <nii« i-iiduu'k'd bv Kol>ert, a Nonui 
knij^hl, wilb two fnrta {if tbu lilliti of 
dcnwror at ilntftt^id, l(>it<.<thi;r with 11 
tlibM of Itcdhom. wbiicb vm 
(WiatiJ fiv f\er to the Mlvaucntt 
ibu caiMC uf InaniitiK- Thiii we 
the vrorV of trawcriptioD waa 
formed by Iha ntoiili* in tbo 
r»unw of llii-it dudi dtititi, but 
■pi-cial avociitiun to l>o {Tuvidod for 
f^di Mt fti«rt fof that parpMe. 

Correspondents tff Siflvanug L'rban. 


TUs 'uHtUvtMHi of a Sei if torimm ex> 
■laiiM til* emoMo w^r wmay of tbs mouutie 
UnriM were ao ridb In HS8., aad olw 
attaantm tit tha extnordnarj Interpola- 
Hbbb aod •Badtfocdniui which occur la 
■t iaa l wtilhigs; fiir it not iinf>o|ua)Uy 
W|l[Hllii1 that wnninil [imnnai w«ni oc- 
■ipiad at Ihv laino timt- iu nuking tnil- 
•etipti of <Ufl«ront Mithon, tba abbot rcad< 
Inc oat of two or thna iMokt, fAuagw 
■UmiiiIiIj. wtnlu Iu« mmBOBMH wroM 
tofaudlcUtbM; iumI is MMr«rhl iiubinrM 
wm ba» Umi UrtavT uf US». ittXi miatiB?, 
•f^ MS. CaMoa Nan. D. vtL, whtoli wiui 
It waa Hon bjr Laku boftra Um diamlO' 
tkn of Uta a o nm ertti. Tba eompiler of 
tU> ntlomat wUefa r^ninjiH t &tt at tha 
tvjal bf a tftc tora to Ifaa mooaatarr frutn 
lb« tiaia oTOflt to Kiiw Bkhwd IL. fol- 
biMd bf notices of ili« popes trom whom 
p ri TOwM had bwB olibuncd, anil titor% 
gtwoiw of tb« dlffcTPDi id>botB, tuna 
WaiepHl to Abbot Kamrrqe, «u Tbomu 
WaUndbuB. tha hktoriao. wbo BnicbMl 
Hi ladt to IS&a Tha tnaanUwr of it 
«M WiBian •!• Wjriam ; the illoctntor, 
Ibr it U BUad ia alionst «v«rv pngv with 
portnitot wu oao Aim Stnyier i~ 

- AUnw smrittfltt* drpMlDMm pvaamH* 
IBiri phuiMuin UkdnrlL ct Im MBdM «t 
wnniwiMautaitfttdiUua pro Mlarltw aoa- 

Htnn tMmtt ajmoh EQ«lkr habvtar 
OaL i<M ftne. chorti MelMUbw •ModMvr." 
— («L IMI. 

It la «nlj in a few tnitanHt thkt ws 
fiad widanM of ■ US. Iiaving bean fn- 
parvd or eowndvil for tmnM^ptioa, u that 
of Wcndowr vaabr Blatth«'wl'ariji> who, 
lnataa<l of nuUn^ hi* alturali^uB whtlit 
dtetatinf to hU amamieuda. sppeon to 
have aaii^ed &n aoritot wiij of U'm- 
dnvcr^ Chnmiclc, which lut aft«!riraTdji 
■■■itad to St. Alban'i .VbU-ji tttnaihetr* 
mm tlial ka kid no int«ntiini of appro- 
[■Mlina the laboun of anothar to himaclf, 
■IdKHoh ha had <rnihadl«d tha jpvat«r 
pui <if that work ta his own. IntUvd, il 
«■■• a (h<iii«iit [irnHti-r with the mookiah 
MaJoriaD*. iturtcad ofcontinirinj; a dirnaiclc 
of Klioowlcdgad floletrritj, to cotboOv it, 
with KMt «ii)(ht alUrativna and a<li)itiinii, 
in a work (iT f brie own, bavins no othrr 
d^art in to itoini;' than of nipp^inp thoir 
SMiMitajwlih a nMntnMl«meo|>;, hrinc;- 
laif Ih* uarrativH of rmta ilvwn to ihnr 
own prriod. It i« on thhi acwmt that 
lh« aritiin at Lhi' laUr pi-riod an of 
oonpantlvrlj little fmlni.>, exwpl for 
ctnUinporary went*, or wWn by bbt 
faanally Uu original worita fron wlitoh 
ibef ba«v copied mw hava toon Ivat. 
Tni ta tha raaa of Wcb Jo tct . only ono 
pwftet KB. (Douce SOT) b now a&tnnt. 

while tbsro ar» many eo^ea of Mattliuw 
hrk and Mattbov of WMtmhuter, bi« 
aintlnaatora and ooyyirta Wliat may 
havo lad to the gtmi renown of Matthew 
Paria ai an Uitorian It b diflcnlt to *ay, 
cauaderinK, aa Hr. Coxa baa jnirtly ob- 
•ervfld, " that whanever be dm-iatna IKnn 
the test of Wcodgrm-. hii alttfrationa tn, 
for tho moat part, to a mora bald and in- 
olmMnt reaifin? ;" ^vt cwvtain it ia, that 
whito Bfattliow Pkria wai ramwned and 
iiaot«il tkrooghont tlic literary world, if 
WD mny naa anch an r-jipitaaion for tha 
middle a^oa, Wmdorcr. the orii^nai earn- 
jAUfT of tlM magntfiecDt clu<anIol« laown 
aa tho timt of tbo grait duonidea of SL. 
Alban'i. wua almofft ftirsottcn, If we ex- 
cci>t the mvution made of him ia a US. 
ctiartnlary of BU AUian'a Abbey, writtfo 
at ihedoaeof tli«UtoentliKBtury,wb«n 
b» is dourlbed aa " tlu awn to whom the 
hiaturiaiu of Ennlandowe nearly oU whidi 
tbay tnrfi," belbre Ur. Ooiw edited bla 
edition ftir the EncU'ti Hutorienl Sodoty, 
in 1941. 

^Vliilc the ffiiloria Jfiaor, tliu real pro- 
duction of Mattl>rw I*art!t, liaii acrcr \xxa 
coaaidBred wort 11 printing, only a»pivdin«n 
heina givai by Wats. bdiI a fiw (.iLracte 
hy Cdxc, — who thnu eillodce to it in bia 
inlroductimi tn Wendnver- "The difToant 
itylo of lsiiptuift<e osid in rvlatini; the 
maao orcnta a« are nsxml«<l in tlie greutijr 
chrnnido, tbo aitilitional mntt«r nla) wiUi 
which il if mpplKd, wwiVl have luade it 
neotairy to print rolumM In ordor to 
Tvndar a collation at all |ierfert. It doeai 
indotd, wew eixtnordiiiary that audi a 
foliation ahonU norer tuvg bvcm made; 
atill mom ao, i>ar)ia[>*. that tbo work itaelf 
never •hoiild hare been printod, bring, aa 
it la, m entirely thron^hout the ori^nal 
worii of Uattfcew Buia, uud exitfiiig, at 
the preKOt day, In the origiml hand* 
writing ef Ita inMtians and Icunied com- 
piW;"— the oilier works of Matthew 
I'ana, inclmdine hit historioi of Ihv two 
Offiu, kin^ of Merria, and bii lives oftb* 
thrwand-twcnty abhoU of .St. Alben'ft 
an- printi-d in thr fotig nlttion of his 
wcn-ko, cdit«d by WaXa, in I&IO. 

The next ill orilpr of the Si, Atbnn'a 
cliTtniicI*T« i* William do Rislianiipr, mliiK 
tiiitoH'sil writinga havo been niu<?h »«;• 
I«1mI. allbftnith 1ii> oecupled an important 
poation tm hiitQriognphvr to Ht-tirv III. 
and Rdward I., whoac cvratful fvigns he 
haa rfironidcd with ailmimble iSdolity and 
mimitrm-w, vtvt k^qniis cleor of thp two 
rJitTiTOpa into which Uie monkish htrto- 
rinna w«rc apt to (all, evdeffiutieal pre. 
jiidic-e aipunit all ntUMUita of ittima, 
whioh tbvy were pleased to tern innovoi- 
tiona, and a aerrik iUttrry of Uifl rdfn> 


Correspondence of Sylvunut Vrhan, 


iiw manuvli: aAt^. in ioaw ituUnces 
Rw1«ui|E>-r'* klRftion for Iho popaW canw 
ij M muiilft-«t tu to vakt ludbubl nhctlicr 
h« WNC aai a portiMii, w uMnt of tlw 
CODtronpontry 1ii*toruiw> itiTV, of the l»- 
mooa SiBon do MuiiUbrt, Karl of Lcicestrr, 
in tpMiking of rrhoM dnth ho tbas n- 
priMM hinliipir;— 

: 'lOMtrlw vwo m e«KBO*lMct 
• T»qiaro In •ttnasi. t«n- 

f. .'!• Ml iMom BitUrll pn>- 

prraiii ill oiKnuHrmt flniM*. <)«") luni Invi- 
IiM. noo Mmpalm* numvr. Ksciupln r<l»(Iua 
•liiri'Wt Ar*hl]ira*UlU Dmlnnrl*' t* Mirtlii 

Tbotw, iiAqut in p«iHa aele at Uberiu ■ginitm 
nimii EloRiltraromiikMiilcret ulUo (o Iabii(RUI(: 
DIDX > cotcltf Ctpi-tml* pTMNVtUa dllB (UIRN 
conUiiii' . - ih iuiinitii]> prvclpnr iM> 

ptutxir I tmiUUt nurU »nAr»«i, 

puat (i|< I -ii-in |>n1rni vjii* ilrtmnca- 

vvrani, lutdc iiuctnlun ptoiiortleuBi rrnttt tn 
Imo uaitnrli atocalv «al oWun Iuh rxl « I tpiwlina 
McW *mt (vper urboi ^ouil illtnl*U» borts 
q«Ui> Bad* noonnlll uilncuU crnnplmii r1 ii;a 
JiMtleii pBguTcrau *t IB Mden Idod anlBiiM 
■too rvdAIfniat." 

Wa moot not, however, dnw too boat; 
K conGhiaan, lor it cwlmtnl/ «aiild appnnr 
fltnagQ tliat lh« Idstorio^rapliiT rr>>-Tit 
■bonld bo occuKd of too great psut'uUitjr 
to tltntvlwiln; ami, a UtllrfiiTllii^iD in tli« 
Iwtik, RUliwiarr dprviwlj ilvi-liurcs li'uitK'ir 
ttte from any partHuiship : 

" .Van n«n allBMi ti Imvo iuirgrc •ctibo aduU> 
donla (CM itidlfnaoluBl* turtfful >ui[ii'-f^i, nihil 
etiini ilibirtii (rali* : •*•! tola Trrlta.i t-tlmwiiD 
■inr ullo fiiea B>cawti*U i>o«t*n>ruiu timdiji'Mor 

In vrttlctf D); tbo l«boa» of Bbbui^, 
Uiet* u o(u> point luoro eapeoallj dnetrv' 
intf of obwrvntlnn— th? paramoitiii, Em- 
porlonec bo uitoclm to tliu origin and 

frogrew of th« d»put« bctwcon llrnry 
11. «iul his boron*; which, u fonninf; ft 
Icudin^ rMttin> in the hinlory of the do- 
vdajnotnt nf roiMtitntiuiiAl lilwrtir, iitust 

be ponrijarod hi;;hl,v furonrablo to bit I 
oli«rar4«r «• an liiitorian Hv i>k I'n- ii iialcnl 
of KiizliiJi hidory, Bi-'' :; naj 

mull jurt itf bin twn >i . ii< tha 

hnilorj of the iMfxinikl mua, lUtJumce 
tuw U-ft ■ Bcpwnto Ircktiw. vntillvt, Aar 

EraMam imitr Rtyrm Angliir rl Barcmea 
tuot, whkli liof Litrljr beeu publubi'd fcr 
tb« Cdbden Sock-ty : bub iortnd of thi* 
heanif aii arf^uitiiit *|^ntt tite {Rililii'alitiri 
of the reuiaiuilor of Ituliang^'K worlu, 
il ou|;ht to bo a str>nir incmlirc to tc- 
MsloraLo lb* annplution of lir» TaliMtdo 
mA of bhrtoriea: i*v »Wii)il Limn tinvn tho 
whole of the St.AJhui'crtirauKb* in print j> 
for \\'cnilovcT, the ririiiiiutl clinmiclcr. Klj 
irhiHiT yr-'rk all thw ■ubsuqacnt hlituric 
arc cwlinuutiotu, bw boen weO odiUxt hj 
3Ir.(.'»xr for the Knglith UisCoriad Sorietf J 
and MiilthcTW l\u\» ■■• appMn-al oiukr & . 
%-itriuly of fornii ; but tbe nia«t completai 
Alitioa nf hit worlc^ is ])rob«bly chat byi 
WaU. puUiahi-d in 1640. in foIJo. cuntaiual 
i»a Uie whole of Iiih writjn|pi, exco^ tbfl' 
jfttUria Miaar. II is atso deM!rVUif[ of i 
iiullee^ ibftt •ItbuaK'* Kivbanser liaa L«vn ' 
overlooked, Ui two flontinBitcn, Jobs da 
Trokolowe and llaaj do JfliuMiforde^l 
wcrepiihtbhedaoe^riTiulTi^*, tiy Hrariw. ' 
lu mnldn^tbpprvcvdin^' n:tiiuk». I bm.-*, 
carefidly rwfip»in«l from nflerinff nny t>\*A 
arrvatiora on tlia VMhuiltti- bifttury ((rfaicfljrl 
CcdflMUtliunl) "f Abbot Eii>lieer. the JVietid^ 
of ArrfabtdKip AnMlm, t>dh«d liy 8itldmi 
in 11122, or on tbi- worlo of TlKiBMaJ 
WwliyuiiliBtij, tlu> hi#tortnn. C(lit4d in 
1603; hocaiM^, altkou)^ raeiuhur^ of I In 
□lOllutny cf 84. Altmu's, Ibfir workal 
worv not iikUkM in th<> maiMatit- rvHW 
Un koniini n* the tinMt Chrunicleii u( 
Si. Alfaau'i. W. \h H. 


Us. ramaH- — All pnrtimlar* rvlKtbiff 
to the Baymii tapestry uro »u iul«TMCfaig 
to the Enstiili piib)i<-, tlial yim will ciica>o 
nij brin^o^ lu yonr notiri? two fac'a 
wntch 1--.111 iiiitimwu evrii to ihc Iter. 
John I : Hruii-. th« liuc writi-r. 

If 1 •>> iikun, n-bu undvrloiifc to 

aimiiJiU Umi ijivaluable uMBorial of tlia 

From lb« timo at II- ' , It wiui 

BrarlaUy aiKrilxNl tn - ; i, who 

rai, of Murse, kUutUl<' < i 

of tho C(iiM|iMnir. "1' 

h Huicoi." nv« Fitlii r ... '. 

. fi'imnt di: 
' ' " ' < U flt riin>. 

(.'«tu upiBHtfi, nui |MH« ^*l*u■ un» Irailitioii 

dun le pay*, n'a rien qne dc fl:rt' 
KnhUhtf." Howi'TiT, some nrrlt^ra con- 
t4!Bd that tbi* imnnas took no part tn 
thif work, anil asTrihit it to anothf r. My 
Ule frirad. rAl>l>< do la Roe, in «ii vUho- , 
nitL> paper priiiUd in IIm' Afviifili'^iii 
ToJ. rriL pp. tU»— lOU, nipportatliPOpiiiiuD 
tlist th« tanMtry wu pr«pUL>d ol 
nMimanit or MaltUa, ilanithl^r nC llrnri 
i., Kiiur "f En^Niul, null V : ,-\\ 

KmpL-ror of tivrnunj. lloB 

(•■llw llirtiin ■'" ' K-nr 
M." tbini .1. 

p. :ir,:;i ji.,i iv -.:id." 

follow ? ItKtUiMru'lbMu. 1 ilitnlb. thvi 


The Jiayeux Tapestry. 



|nUr traditiMi on wbich lli» Mvn *yst«iiM 
«rv fiiuiMlml i* of uamluet fur tha pooplv, 
who w eainly fcrgvt poUticKl ormU. Mni]d 
Kit kr<T>up tlw tacmoryOifApicccof fami- 
teti*. uliii:li tlii<_v hwl mily ■ fpw (nvsniim 
Kf fwT T.-rr iinpwfwrtlj-, \ttm iiM,Tl«"ty 
Dt)ieie« to xitc (irtt part of m;r tCatciiieiit ? 
I will tuiiwcT ttiati, ('IT inntano.', at liar- 
4awaX( wbnv I live, aoil iu tltu ■oiriniik')- 
ia^ connlry, Xhm n u<>L ilio U-^i r*>>.'<^-!1iv- 
tacMl vt Ute KiittUnh, wliu niUil ■) lutiif 
Wiff Ualvnne. Go t'l C'uutri**. li> tlie v<^ry 
a^l (■hereon our Hienrl IV. fought a 
fcmoMB iMtlle, ftn>l you will find uu |icuwut 
■oqittlntRd «Ton with t)ie name nF Uw 
Uag who niahod for tho cmmtry-peopla a 
bailed chicIWB ou SuihIiis. I iKtiild allbnl 
a ibmuaDi] in«Uncn«f •uchobUviaa.nvn 
of nwrs rccnil ovraU. 

At (be Hiiut time, lli« pmpla afcribMl 
tD • iiosW iniltvidiisl ttin tnannnuftita i}f 
nekuul— tbo Romun camp* luCamr, 
tttyt tA (jiiN-n Itrum^iilt, Ao. 
rui>U« (Jolmen*wvr<j wrcuuiitcd fur tut 
' Utffunitia'* chftint, and Mio Konuiii 
llluatmi, ■Di-h u tlvH! tif Tulrilu, 

£Mvwi^ Poiacio* de la (fatiaua. and 
Mcribrtl lo C3Mrfenu^Jt[M!, ii?]> in 
Uw (dil roaautaen of chiv«)r<i hh iIio >ui>t- 
[ of UkUano, the ■Liuftl>t<-'r of lhilurn>, 
' 6otia. In (Hie of tlicnu, which 1 
d m my j«iii([i."r day*, at th" Into 
In PifkiTiiie'*. HI! ivail that Kuif: Ubkou, 
of ('iit»i<iiitiiio)ik, lud a rich bliiiik«t siaiW 
I Matil>U, n wiy |[«Qllfl biry, who gava 
ti» Klin ; — 
> U («i<i1um nid bona n«it Vamii aftnt, 
VnsfMoiilL craMi;iu ll r^Uilna*!. 
ll«4« ennui U iuotmi iM tmurUaBiintlV* 
lliU •n-iui ti> pmvd thfti thi< Maliltb 
of tbt^ lltiyciu U[)e>lTy ■• u nijrtljic 

I'hp lufrtMl &ct I pnmiaed bo ,yoB will. 
to n Dttntn Fxinit, tliale the >tory Imilb 
on UiU liinifciiibruitWred cliroiiiclv, ua 
&1. Lk'iiuL-t t^niid Iu It U,tliftt ic WM 
Bul ail uiii>|ni; c"}>y. In au invi-iitnry of 
thtf AiTTiiturv 1^ lltc DokcH of Ilari.iiii<ly, 
druirn iip IB the- yc?ar 112(>, wu lltiil " Cb^ 
rmiMl laiiii t\o hiiiillp litv, Mnt or. At 
iiaioirv ilu I>'io (iii^llaiidw d* N'uriiuiii<)ie, 
efotiincut il n.tu]ni»L V.B){li**Trt''." No*, 
a«il u rorlaiti i!i>il lU- lldjnix tapeaOj 
WW, al tlw tiinir, prcMTv«iL in ibe ettU^ 
dnl rliun-h of tl^t town, Uwn- v«tv at 
ba*t III (nUtriKW two ixifiii!* of the ame 
work. «m1 tupposio^ tbat ihoy wcro 
ahnllar. nhicti w** ibo origioKl * 

lloflirv hiil.ling naliMi to l^ib totii<.-, 1 

* Tra-Rl* af C-tt«llHMfM. ». IS, V. UO. 

UhMib. II- iMit., I. u>i>. iTJ, Ka. an. 

nnat my thai I do wit urateod Lo faavo 
■tattfd anything licit. I faui-<^ alre>-ty 
pointed out tli« two imsnpa lu ahove in 
one of iiij InoVi'; htil. an it itii(;)it he 
i'»jiix-t*d, it wiMi orvrkxiVi^d ; I h'i]<v It ■ ill 
not Who tn the Oekilkuas'is Mauaiim:. 

The iLfKVTi.EMAy's Uada/jxe! It ro- 
minilii nil" that In tlic liwt niiinhcr I niid 
a v«7 mUc pn[HT on the Lives of }-^warJ 
the LVinf(iBirir, iiiiltii by Hi-nrj' lll<-lrird» 
I.uaril, M.A., I'Vllnw of 'I'nniiy ( 'olti-pf, 
Camhridgv. I havo tlw prwilwt phiuun; 
ill Hiyiiitt tlint ^-TK^uUv I ruiimr in the 
praiaa giviin ti> tliSi arLuWi but I nio 
afraid thv rwicwi'r wmt luo fur wlicu he 
sajd that the nMtti-r ji^rniinic the d»crip- 
lioii uf tho lie* chiinji at Wi-ntiniiwlsr, 
with Mr. Luard'a literul trucmlatiua an- 
n('»d, inij^lit aIniMt iinoKino that It \b the 
preaoiit cditii'i?'' hviii^ dL-HrrilntL L«l »• 
eutniiio th« t<.'\t and ImntlAtion of the 
pwaogc ^ntited, pp. <!37, (i^. 

V. 3. "A fuiiiUniieut If e [wirfund." I^ 
(wiik) it forsoUcn in tha tniiiiUtioii, 
wliicti inwit Sc. "with tonndntionwidcittid 
di.-«|i." Mr. Lcmrd nr^^n* not Ut linvc u)i- 
<krst4od tltu Iruv uiMntnic vf a in lliiu 
inBtAnM. u well m in v. <;. p. f-tH, nhem 
it ia wmnirljr joiniwl to llw wunl ctloim ; 
■Itid hi» tniiitliliun vuuiil ta luivv hi-ru 
"Willi »f)nc-«." M in the following leiwi 
A mntrie iva» cx|irnMHl hy '' willi nkill." 

Uiil all lliui !■ uglhin^ in c«jiii[iariiMii of 
tli« tmnnlalion of thi^ lunt vcrae. llie i<1d 
tnuch^ say* that llm r*fi*lory and dor- 
mitory and tb« utUwi were rtniitd Ihr 
dulsteri — 

" Rffultur D k itorlnr 
K IM DtHoUm niiui." 

Mr. Limrd, toeing "h '>' in tho inuiu- 
trrlpt, tlioijgiit a lower wu< spok^iii of, luid 
tfniiilafed Ki;eortlitigljr ; ul)i<ii tur niciuit 
hwe "tnm." SimtU u micbilcu apoiU tli* 
picture which the kswvut w ixwitively 
pn'iraiwd ua. 

UcpniiiMa"Mr. Iitiard'a My rampikil 
□lo^ory." I havD no dunbt, bctoro I 
glanMat it, Uiat it wuilmwn np with niot- 
terly tkili j but, uii fort una lely, among thB 
exampl» wlvetoJ. 1 •««• two mia*k«a. 
The firat i» the wnrd mairnn, which ovwv 
miated in old PrL-m-h, itiihaa we rMd 
mmrtin {xmA. Pr. atrraim), which radly 
mean* " titnliw." Tlw ■ci.'ond U the io- 
finitiv* /tiWrr. whith 1 auppow wnaooin.J 
by tlip Ic^rui'd MJUi|Jh'r. UV bad tliw pr*. 
Wiiif pluml Inlifrrmt, an I the futuru (o/- 

• tirtk*r*het mr tt t>mm*rf. Ut Fni'irt^lf^ 
>( ITc^r <b» /»«!»>• d* ail*. J« imp* ^trrl 
rf'ordinar, rn Om4rnl, f*iMfii"' ir •^t«.-Jf*. 
Vol. il. n V, now J. iTari*. lUI, Ito-J 

• Tlie itraTlrUan ■•*> •rtllvn .1 l»«a a ceB- 


Correspmidenee of Syhamg C'rbmt. 


Lur 4iU4eni )4 It »ut rittin.** 
" O tntajt'li rda t%^tn Bm traltw. 

Quit U M4rm ms fMr« o n tcttv a f*<mBri." 
*■ H« TM (vadni pUlii t»t dMBTiL" 

" fB»<<n>Iin«irn U ail^iioriah." 

It worts Cur Tor mc U> add tlut, if in 
tfait 0M« tlMt« w snjr nMakfl, it wm com- 
»itt«d befen Mr. Lusnl. Ii^ Fnnicb lexi- 
cpgntplwn. Ml the BcoodictmB noukBr cdi- 
inn of Dn Ounifo'i iViammrj, waA hf hi* 
ront'noAiar, ]>. Corpentivr'. 

I lionr t.U*> IninMil ^ntlMnan whnoo 
kbln ]mbli(stlui) nugKciiUKl Xhttm rvmurla 
to in«, will out be ofltedod hf tbem. In 
the ntiildli! ago^ whiefa ho knom m wdl, 
TBTJ on«n Frwncll luiigfliU croonl ijvi?r to 
take pan iu toaraainenu, and if tkf^ 
Btmek bard, it woo boMuM tbey hod to 
deal with atrong oppooauta. Oa wefmppm 
fort 9«« *wr ht/brU, — Bat Kavmoa* d i»o* 
moMtoiUj th«t»pesMeBtnsd6 
witlt tbnr Ho^l. 

Of tbess prodactloiu of tbe textile art, 
the moat Taloablvk it u anrociv irmth 
while bo aajr it. arc tboM on whloh an> iv 
flOrded fiwUof GtiDtdnpanneoaihtEt'iry, — 
cfaicfljr when they exhibit, ut Ihaaame time, 
oood diMKii Bti'l >ib|p workmanabip. TltoM 
k*t qualHia Mnn wUU tli« utmoat liril- 
IJancT in a tajirttr^ which 1 hvw lately In 
MaicdalcnCulicgi', Otford, and I haw Uttia 
doubt. aHbuuKh unv mttX \ie vvrrcaatiwii 
in iuch eirpbnatioiu \ llutt it nl'en to mhda 
point of Kngiiab alorj in the (Ulmilh cen- 
tury, p«rlui)w^ at BMitcd by a local ttwl!- 
tion. to thrC taanface of King Utm^VII.'s 
«ldfstM>n, Prince Arthur, with Catberintr of 
ArraKoo. which t«ok place Xuv«mb«r l-t, 
ISOI. For tho oQimtry in which tbeea 
hangiBg* ifett! Hiaiiuriu.-tur«il, I'Virrylhiiig 
}—& aw tn btiliav« that It «-m tlaiiiicnt — 
Gtf •fanuHl Tor tlii* kiuil of work, atid when, 
from all {Huta of luirope, tliv but paiuben 

I JK< ■■ ' - fT. 

■ /I ■ ■ ir. 

.•urDlnwUr of UttOtkri.t* 

... - ..<.;.rr(lon • laTC* I^f^C Of OU 
tnp^tri u-i.t Maii»i.j iG liif abopof a hp.ik-r la 
tlup.ail.1. li.Ml.T ,(ii. iMntH |Ff l^MiiUI at 
■■■■■■-■■ :>|»>tty 

arat tdietr cwtoetia to be excelled. When 
I fltnitda wtlh attention the stvic of the 
MasAUen TuUi^ lapHU-r, I f«v1 Incllntd 
to uanlbv it, if not Iu l]<Jbcui. burn ia 
HS^ at Icaat to a flriR'nitai arliat of the 
MiM MhuoL But Id Btody it feofltaUy, 
tint only in an aitiftic point of ^ow, but oa 
Bcetnuit of hiatorUnl lUteaaaww md of eu«- 
tinnta, it ahoold be oeoMaary to ha*w 
aoentste pfaotoj^rapha of all tM tapertry, 
if tbe avrnan of tbb tnasu* do tiol tn- 
toad to pofcliah it iinnwdlataly b> vAoan 
aa it u. In Knglaod, where the kive of 
antiquity ia ao nioeh spriwd. Tapednee 
tiar« iMvm loofjf nqfioctt^, whibi un bl)« 
CunUnent luwififi^ of ao infixlor llttweat 
hatu givuii ri«i to extencire and mmIv 
pnUleationa. Of lacfa worka in BritatD I 
lun not awnre! ' i and perfcape tt wtnJd 
not be altovetW inpewhla to make a 
toxUls hiitory of Eogtand, if aadh upea- 
trioa a* Uie "tapis de ryrtolre l at aa U a 
DcrCnoi du Ouiwliiv Aut k or m dircn 
Haux," prMerv«l in the trcarary of the 
I>iike« of BurKondy, and " la tiippioeni> Je 
I'litoire du Freaiipny." which «raa kejtt iu 
1601 at Bloia, in th« hall ithen) atte tlie 
King or Frainv", wciv mumnA. In 
Btwh a let. byinnin^ with the Hay«m 
tnpcatiy, and continnnl with that at St. 
Mary'a UaU. Oonnitrj ■. Ibiil of HaKdalca 
OoUegv, Oxford, allhoiigli. hkd the \Mti 
COtnpaMlirely wudi-rn. >bi<(ild not be L 
teaat oonaptruoux.^ — [ ain, Ac, 

FBA3i;iauvii-Mica£L,F.&A. Ti. ft Sc.. 
PiufiMur at tba ^ral» at Lattna vT Bordeaux, 
OemapoDdaat of Um UAUiHa «[ Piaaae. «c. 

Of/br<yme 19,1888. 


*»i.Ut. It^JM.iUt,! 

■ tbe ealy p&tlUti»d IiiMencal taptanr w! 
I knuv or. b tb« nty niAitt one which 
tbroarlr m ibi nevM at Lorda, «id ahuk 

liiwaUd tha detval of lb* iawiiiciH* arma 

nadtt uaata BUMbctlu hi lua. h vu nurtvird 
W Jobs Pin*, b> It3f , hi Ufso tdio ■Ibmu. ta 
1803. J. t^rUr, ht Iba Oiam.nux'1 ^liu*£i> 
ml. hnG. nan til, p. 3M, col. I, inditnioii 
(Moidf "waa arc aaalaaa ia Hit «tiii 
quil*. lluMgh ttaait naaiBB ua oca 
nr«J< M«t auiteoartn^ »d Uu pwbUeh, 
taaaou ta y t ^iM 1m» Io ttar rrkiiw'a 
oS CboBhen, V<Mmi%,iUt, avr* a 
puMlkUod bj alio. Wr do nnc ksow nrhMker 
otnM>4 lii* I'lacu iDUi FarauUAD. 

• Metifthra mr U Ctmmrrrt ... drt 
rf« aM^ *C , nL ii. ». sai. KB. 

■ balli*nu[Ti-iaiiK*sl(i>a«iu(K,Tnl 11* 
llii- -:; .[«3uv, n- BM, oaL 1 y 

ojd.l: *i|>l.ti«L II 
— : ..' ikeMipUon rcfrir. . 

ii«:"i ••-> luitiy renan*, rMabiu lu iii> 
tFDirjr laiwiuy, ihal "• mj trmm ihli 
•nohl aiu« a cwd puie." li not ilMailwd 
lendli Ul UiB ■• ntiUiry wul .kvUauttln ol 1 
Utr of iBttary," pubUbtd Ul- WiLmbi tad 

Kr.i'I'r, llion, r>T< IM— |0l 

piriij'tiuu Ell 4 Ijjni,, lurmi-n* IC irin t'liifju^ 

ClaMMr. TrMflaiaii «Uak nlalad in ih* 



littorical m 



tJUUJt.— The tnjtterjr wliidi ili> 
Uw proMMCc ci Sit Andraw Fobn< 
Ma«'* parUkit at UnOMd-bovM ia oot 
niD^f to tw •nltrcd, ^oept on th* pie- 
MBi^tion «f «n ini«RlMii|f« of plctwiM 
hittmmmt tlut e«ailwiB and Sir 9. Fox. 
Ite Covnli^a of WimVk, bIIa tbe dmlh 
tt hnr ■on in 1721, went t<j rv*l<i« In A<1- 
Amb^ bovM at Hilton -. in Hid Mr. Mor- 
riMi «Ob-iB-lKNr of Kiboj) Attcrtmri. au<I 
Mr. Sbippim. raided at Uolbnd- 
whieh in 17-18 mt ■otenuU'd. and 
te daotjr. AhMQt I76i Hmr^ Pax par> 
dbaawl tbr hUi«. and restcred tbo bnild- 
fai^ and park ; probaUy than it wa* tliat 
Um pnrlnul >it Sir A. Fountaiac wm liui^ 
Vpov tbw n.i>nTnt«d mi.\t, 

I BMiy add to m^ t'nnocr BOln of Sir 
A»d»«ar. that Iir wm Filticat«d at CkaiaU 
Difnrd, nnilrr thu aoconipliibfd 
Aldrick. wImm taat* iu aranc^ art, 
arehit^ff in', «« naj w«U IwUtw, in 
DO aUfffat dogivt infloanecd tlw mind of 
hla fop'l- Iti 1701 be vent with ].onl 
ICarrlalAcldMiluiimihaiiiij to t)ir KlrrtnsK 
S^pbia I nnil it) 1707. witii TlinmiM, Lvrd 
PoDbrokc, and l>ard I jfnt. nf IroUnd. he 
I atia tn UnbTin, whtov lir inlrndui-i^ 
tn Miat DOblvBian. Pvpe.alMHan cvljr 
kI, Itnt aftarwatda. dttudting lumaelf 
Soflblk in prrTrrffniTB tn (jnera 
, an HoeMy. hnt iiiitnvrtultifd him 
i and unjuat atpcrnooa: — 

*' annhia, #niftT itw, witli ebon wuid 

And wdlHltHHanklM MnarkU on hi* baM, 
UaxOAD, 1V.SI7-9. 

ili> mrr<«pciadeiKa wilk Ooona da Ua- 
d*a i> vtill ill «xIat«Bc«. H« wai an n.- 
c«Uvnt AngVxSaxonariiolnr.aad in HirlcM' 
TAtn—mtt Seplrtttrionalit i« a IrnalMa 
by Ilia hand on AuKloSaxon and Angfe- 
I>«ntA ttAm, Aad this ia the man af 
wluHD Laid liaeaolajr aajra, "Bb bna^, 
BkllTnlly ipaveo. \t Id Poeta' ConiCT i it re* 

Sruenta bim «a we eoHMiva him. dad in 
in dmoiiK KOW"> *nd Awed frum Uia 
wigi:" tbe bandwine EngllshiBiiD to w1k>id 
Lcihnltx pmtlua high eompliiDent, ■■ Not 
to apMdc or jour wit, ycmt good toohs, or 
rubier mir bcaot;, nuaina eograr«d in 
tbe kdln* hnagintioii. and m&ltM as 
nneb noiia at court ai jionr Icanung 
doea among mrMM wlio liave luul tha 
advantaga Ot jonr acuiuunlRnoe :" a tay 
dtf&rant dmmptinn mim Iha Katumina 
featores to wliivli Addi«>n iiiakw eUin. 
His ooa^ of anni, with supTOrtors, uppaut 
tn tho lijtt of iiuIa4Ti>)c.ii> to Diirl'* Chn> 
torbaiy, I72t, luiTDixliut^-lj aftAT tlia 
bixliop*. nnd at Ui« ticad of thu tarnen \ 
bo iraa at llir time Mw-Cluunberudti XU 
tlw PriuovM of Waliia. 

Cnriooa to add, tbera ta a fluntlj wldcb 
b«ara tha nawe of Panntaine-Addisan. 

] HID, &4.'^ 

UicKsxziE WALoorr. 


Vote* of Chritlian Jjife I'a Salt?, 
i). i> nn aooount of bymna and 

) or Ilm|r, mdI a eMiJeMM* mwaninK ttiit 
aeaKl,"»knvatei7at4at>l,"M]w Aa Awr- 
"•aaaU iklukt and biflma Iks Blna ta 
1 uy our f»r«laibtT« dlvlaj*' tb«BHl»w 
hi Oe (Mr fc** of tfce day, fai the iDortecntb or 
tAamih MMiiriia." 

Amuaj lb* folkeUoM i«btlair tn nriiiik 
wrompar, kmuaoied M t»e l)«<let«B Ltkmry 
M Ite mr irA t>]t lb« late Rtehard Oaqgit, 
BMt., iIm« are ikra* Ui«« fatlaa* of Uw ta- 
patfry aiAia vliub remvrlr Uacd U» IhJI at 
WmKa. ta WirvNlMbtia. lb* Ml ^ wuiUM 
WMMna. Baq^ Iu ih«' rtlffn ^f Urary Till., «I>o 
■nt lanaaaMd tniWT?-^«naa lata EairiwMt, 
«( aMab Ibaw Utnv U>fi> na|N war* tlwtaiUNt 
■acBMB. Tm* ftnfiMati ««ittla a Mcnoa 
«r*a aanna of iba ktaiAM, Isdadiaa ito c««a> 
■■■ Bf Hanawd, aaftp, Sita*a4 worM*trr. 
Warwick. tHo u aii at ar. aad Oifari; with Cka 
awn Bart of Onha. Tro t& EhMn are rltkt 
(•rdi b« no* and a onaxlar ; tba tUr4 anaUn'. 
Amm abaaU aai l« atfWatad. 

k>-mn>imt«r« from the Mrlieat time* dnvQ 
to tbe end oftbs «iglite«ntb otoittiry. Tba 
■Btlior dcwa not appear to harv bctcn a 
very cxt«n«ivc readi-r, or \(t \»\e gitcn 
ujiicli prrtnimi cnnddMaticni to Iho Riib- 
ject -, IJut till* work ia, pmhapit DOnu tba 
IcM valnuUli' Ml this Bc<(vmnt, hrrnuao tJin 
fVHirluMiiai lir arrim nt i> tlie luur ■• that 
of otlien will) have InveirtiKaUHl tbe vub- 
j«l more ileeply, namriy, tliat tlio Chris, 
tinn Cimrcb pmaoiacB the iimU.'rbb for a 
UjBinal suited for eray pBrpijae, private 
nnd coi^reitatioual. 

Tbrra ia no lack oP hynin-bouks In Ui« 
Cburcli of Eni;land i we liaTC aaan a Ust of 
nearly aevcn buudrcd di&irrenl ocill(«lju»i^ 
but none of them come iijito tbe atamlard 
reqntrad to make a lUtiiw minpnnion to 
oar inoomparable Bonk of Cuniiiion Prayer. 
Two of tbe nnoat nwent uud inori. popohr, 
that of tbe S. P. C. K.. aU» that of Ur. 

ffistoricat and MlsceUaneom Uevietet. 


K<nnhle, tgnore the undent hyiniw of the 
(tiurvli altogctliLT — ^itn oiui»*ioii t lie more 
iiii'ii-U'M))j)e im (uc'mimt fftlw very litvHti- 
ful Kntili'ii ri!uOi)riuu8 wliu'b Mr.C'haail- 
Icr, Mr. Capetand, ntid otiicrx hnvi^gitcn. 
Wii regret to we Uint the niilbuT i>{ tliin 
rolaTii« hu not avniKHl latmrlT uf llut 
IjiIjutits offnniiur traiinlut'in, hut hiugivi-n 
frivh tntnuidtinnJi, liuld niiii luiniuitt&l, tuid 
nhicli, nJtlKmg'li ircucnll? fiutUful, ihil to 
criiivpy the bitiiititi (if thn tirijiiiutU. Tlie 
fir«l vt-rm cif thu «-ullkuM«ii liyiiui Ihei 
Ira, for iitstttiRi', i" tlius ti-Hiuilntwi : — 

" Lu, Ihr Ihr i.r WriLh. Ihp »ai, 
I^UIti nml llviii'.-n iiirll av>y, 
Duviil ntiil IliF Hjtiil iL*y." 

A tranilHtion which will instantly coll to 
iiiiiid tlip iuiuieaiUTtitilft iii|)trioriij' nf L>r. 

" X>nj at irralli '. O iljijr cf maiiralnir 1 
Nf ; unrr tnitrn Ibe Ctoi* rctumiiui — 
llcatfii anil miUl In »li(<* burniiif ." 

We rqoiw to «oe tittciitiun (LrawD to 
tbM0 anciffnt trviuiurcn, hi'i'JtiUL' the inore 
they become kuown, tbo butU-r will thujr 
he ojiprvewttil. Tbu milliur dm-* nut nji' 
f<'flr to be no wf'II ncr|imint«d with our 
KiiKli«h liyntri writt'm of tlie *^veiiteeT]Mi 
ivtiUirv iv «itli the Inte niu'o, inany 
hmatil^il coinpt'aUio.iiA heiag: oinitlcd. 0*" 
llif iiilhiL'tiff) of tlic VVcskyiiii hymn-book 
upon, the iiict-hoilijitu, «ho lliioi HTitoi : — 

" Tho» hyuiTifi nrL> iiuw sung in (vUi^ritt 
itiidi'u)ipvr-iiiiiiL-v How iTMii,> hn» thrii- licii* 
veiiLy nniMC ^trL^n^llK^nrtl to incut ili-iitli 
in the dark cotdpit ! on h'lw muiiy dyiut^ 
htaviK have tlwy comr- buck, ii* fniiii a 
iiKitli(?r'* li]i», nn tlm liiittli--fiildl Ix^ide 
how mutiy dcutli-beiU liuvc iLcy bi.'tiu 
c1iiint«d by Ireiiibljiut voicM. and liat«n«d 
tnwitliJDy unnpiMkMiIe I hwf many Liive 
lb«y niii})lu^(l with pniyor und i>ndM\ tvuta 
iht firrt thrill fif Hjiintunl fear ti> tlie lart 
mptiLre uf bmveitty hopv ! 'tlifj fclio 
nloutf ilic CoruUb uiooro a* iho ChrUtian 
KiLiiiT » boriii! lu liiH laat rOiting-pWc ; 
they chwr with bcavenlj DieMegtii the 
boiiiliiKu of sluTcry ; they have boea tho 
Snt worda of thAukfgivinjr rni thn lipt 
tlie liberat'^ negro; th(^ haTR |;ivi*n. 
caumge to brave iul-ii miil to (uUvtIii;; 
women; tbi^havi- biMMi n litiirgv eugmvcti 
on Llifl bmirtm>r tbcjionr; ttinr hatfcbumir 
the antii} of Ji-hiis fat uid wiw, luid have 
liclpcd to vrriti! it Acf^t <m iwiiitluni 

Ub. Bgus'a Luhibixs. 

'l\ro Bflditiona hare r«cenUy been iinidv> 

(n llii) iww hictorical eerie*, of nhieh the 

Toliimi! foe thi« month 1« l>y far the niort 

iinportiMit. lh/ir>i iiml Cormrj'niuJfucc of 


miraftf in the Seigna vf Charln U. ani 
Jametll. Ff''i/AiV(V«itrfAV.-*fryltlClliKn, 
Lctau KnATSii'ittKK. fith (:dit.>lr(ik.I2uin. 
IBdhn.)— In our Wt nuuibor it vra* our 
iVirtujic lo supply our n-ndrre with n brief 
mc'TDoir of llichiirti, Uiril Urmbrwjke.lViini 
tliti ahle pen of one wlxi know him «-cll, and 
Viv have now lo nntioniii.<<! the tmint Imting 
laciiititnrnt In bin nii'in'iry in tlio nbaiw of 
a *istU wlition uf the work hy wbiui ho 
ia clittfly kntiwn \<i tliu [tntilii-. This edl- 
tiuH in a ri'print itf tijv fmirth, in a neut 
aail eoufutik-nt ?'jtra, with ituinerouit ^oud 
portraits, in whit'h the lUcenanea are caro- 
fully prmtTVMl. In b'tii |irer«c« to the 
fourth t^ditioii I.ord BruylmptHke had nldt 
" The niomolra of .Samuel Pepys and tb* 
bi«tory of hi* ihort-hHitd diaiy, bavL' lictn 
wi long well known l<i tbi' litcrnri' world, 
thiit the fourth t'dition of the work enA 
hardly rwiniri' any forinsl or lengthened 
intiMduutiuu." Alt<3r this, nalhlug murv 
reiitftin* la be siiid, hnt to recoomieiid 
tlione will are iiit iilrcody pomeuBnl of 
tliiti uiMl anioniiff book to Ioh no tiniv 
in procuring it. nnw that it is ptnciid 
within tha T*ar\i of all. 

Thf> other nddititm totltifid«T)J>rtmcnt ii 
Mr. .1 f«L-*!i Memtjir* "f \he Pre/mi/crt and 
lirir AdtiFrrnlt, illuilruted with ha1f-«- 
doxen portrBils. Mr. 3ix*Q luis a piviiluir 
manner uf hi» own of bringing in anec- 
dote upoi) nneuhitv*. faet up<>u fact, eech 
and every oin; apparently ifoUtMl. yet nil 
Wiiring iipiiti ono puiiit, ao thut while any 
«nij may rpaji thi« Toliiine an *, ool lection 
of entertaining anecdote*, he may. at the 
Mtne lime miwVr all the liiidiny event* 
ronnireliM) with tht; fnrtiinr* of both Ih«- 
tuRLltTit and thotr t'ollow«r». 

To thv UltufrattsJ Library, tho nd- 
dtlloTiK are, 7'Ae Pnral!** of Frtd'vict 
Adoipkut Knimitrhfr, with forty iUm- 
t-ration» on woo<t, by the hnitliert IlalEi'eb 
Tlieeefablce, which bare hern bo exceedingly 
popular in Gemuany. are nnt m wetl-kiiowD 
biTe in their collective fnnn, yi-i mm by 
one they have Binde their nppraninev in 
nidnt of the reli^ima periodii^U, and well 
ih'iiirvf tlin palruiuip- tliiry liare ncfived, 
Th^rre is n i|iiii*r. rrlij;ioiiti Inn;! uliunt chi^iii, 
and an air of itlinplU'ily, that rendera tbo 
moral altiiont as iiittrn^tidK tio chiLdron na 
the falilt ilw-If. Rfitf't IraiiflHtioii uf 
Arioeto'H Orlondo i\riofo, volume 1., h:u 
hImi beoii addml. IVc-lixcd, Jh a mcmoirof 
Uie troDsbitor, h_v (Niarl«i IViwiMend, fVnin 
which we lennt tliat Li- died in Lt^t3, luiv- 
iHK Tvached tbe iige of fi8. 'I'liin tran*- 
labon ia jiencrally uluiiltrd to be Lbi- bat 
that liM appearviL aiid in tliit po|)utar 
fo"'* "■" -o tiu'^lwanU making; the read- 
•uiliar in\\\ AH<Mb> a* 

k85S.] Prince to SUth EdUiou of Tom Eroum^s SchooUDays. 73 

tlMy on cf B- bopt hi teootiM b<r ineuu of 

fWmViaii in tlw onl^ rpcpnt aatilitum 
m the StitiJart! Liffrary ; it I* r>lilc<il 
Ur. l\rt]tt, nwL bocMiit* of smp* kihI do- 
taehnt rttnuHa fVitii Julin t'uri<.T'ii iiiiaor 
rmcwv ■11*1 writing*. TImw wIk> wr<f mis 
^WtlBtMl with thh anthnr «Htt ilonbUm 
rtgud tliif u tt iraluUs annpaaioa to kb 
l»crftn4 MuT' known mmjt. 

A iMaiwI pirt of LowndM* BAtiognt- 
ftm^t JtfitwMi/ liai al« been i«ucd. Con- 
Molnc the rpo) vmliw of thb wraric, and 
tko vut UMXint of tnftmMtinn it ecntitin^ 
■ImI Um U«Mir llut Hr. IMin hn* nlmtiljr 
Iwtowtd apon it, it i» twrtrnpa liardlj 
R«w«>Mu to trnvil ftt tke aWlcieDd« owct 
6nok>R!MWn will ofawire. Tbejofetiante- 
mtw, too onineruDi^ ilimJ •huolil have Imen 
Kiimlle<l : bot whether tho pabUc could 
hiTc bceii depended npoa to mpport • 
lirtin- itnil necMMviW iminr •sprBanrowork, 
w» are nnabU to jo't^. Onm tUxna Iboro 
GUI bn DO Hiiatako about, uiid vai '», 
tlwt ■ gnod biUiograpb; of Qritiah lit«nf 
tBr« it rvqutnd. 

7V»/^»<- (o /*- Kx/* £'rfi/i«* ^ ■• Turn 
tjt &AooI-/^iy<." — In iMiiiitR tbU 
' ~ ~ ,)b.Ungbe«bubonaUy 
anD (town tbe gMintl«t, 
Um nitluY aqd d*(nctors 
of hii ntRukabic book. Wa adatira Im 
i0uraM MBd wlf-ooalldoDc^. und w« eh(«r- 
(IbU« MMT onr tMtinmnjr to Uw merit of 
kbDoak ou Uitt wtioir, Iml un tlie pirti* 
enkr point on which lie uko for a vordiot, 
wo uv bound to *iy buuutly lliut ne 
mtwt n(tnic "illi the |t«n<!nir votce la 
ririnft it n^nit bitn. The flnt part of 
bis bulk, rdatiug to Itia mil> bo^inh 
ibj*, la wlnlnbte Bod IiumltobJ.-. t<wwiau 
perfrdljr Lnia to iiatnr«; but tlio InlUr 
p«rl, in wbirli Uie bo/ ■■ pawinn into tho 
non, i> hy no mnna (qnal U* lh<.' forntur. 
Tkoro ia » ffrmt da>l too much uf aor- 
■DoniiiOK, which ia not natural at that 
wo I K i« an atlrtpjit to take an unlUr 
Mranta^ of lil* n'aden, and pnaoh to 
thru when the; art> not ccpeotiti^ a >or- 
moB, ami are not prvparod for it; and tho 
c<iti»>i>ii'ni-e U, tbat the groatar part of 
- »Tt<agt tbotnsMvea bjr (]utf Uy 
til* MTiaen. W« have tivard 
miwli al>o tnaa obi llii(;li«bina of hi* in* 
jo*4iee to old Iloglijr Uft.<re the tinie of 
Arnold, and of Iha am;g«nt mwarit which 
ii»ina In bo one of iIm faaluro* of tlic 
.Arnold wboeJ. 'HutM U inncb tratli in 
lib* iilMrrratioa of V. D- in lli« l<*lt.^r 
I prEntvil in tlita pnAn*. liiim-lkiit n* tli« 
apton and pnotlra of oar pMl.tlc schoob 
are F'f il;'* jfrT .r mlify ryf '•'>». Vhei* urc 
' nl all uataUv. 

We biLVf heard Hi itorica, eomc of w likh 
wo know to be 0BI5 loo tnw. of uiuat 
lurharoua iav>gp mvltjr being tolerated. 
awl of omiahlc, cli^Tr, w(>U-<Bapoaad boya, 
but of timid and aMiidtrrc t«tnp«ranwnt, 
btrin^ M-orrii'il and laiUiwI rvrn to draitli ; 
and 00 itij^niity vun make ua bdwrf 
tbat wbua tbu aystem la allowed to be 
ourried to tfab vxtfM, it on be ri|;bt. 

Hie new ayetem tatabllahed at RadW 
ba^ perhapfl, hnrdly yet had a fkir trial. 
It baa many dnioaa adranl*Kra, and 
MMoia in many racpocta better aoitod for 
tbe Kma of gootloincn wlio aro wiabrd to 
be brooght np aa gentlomftn, Ui«n the 
ounne, vitlfrar abne. t)u> rongbnoH and 
bmtalit^ of Wwtminatcr or Wiuchafur. 
Tbac who hare been brought np under 
the old i^i'titftn niil uf i-uur*^ xbuati tite 
new one, and be boncatly prtjudleod a(;:fi!n£t 
it, an tbe gtouod that it ia ealoUated to 
loake Uieboya ■ai/it-*o;i«; but tliiareinaina 
to ba prared ; hlthprio wa barn nnL nb* 
aerved any qrinptonui of il. We cannot 
aee that allowing («Hi \xix a aeparate b«i. 
ivom, or ci<U, \'> »)i-('i> in tuiiiioleat«<l, ia 
nioro likely tw make Idn n milk-top tlian 
pultittg biw into the aaine witli 
tweoty other boya, two oi three of wbotn 
are notoriow buUiei^ who wQ] allow liim 
no peaces and win lr«iit bioi aa their alare. 
Nor eau we see tbat a poor ionwnnt rliild, 
fraeh front bonw, ia Ukuly to luru cut tbe 
better nan, or crcn the more hardy boy, 
fran the nratainty uf Imvin^ aoaiolbina 
IbrowD ot bia bvad if Ih> darei to kuod 
down to ny bia prayen^ aa be bas alwayi 
been accuatonwd to do. Wo truat tbat the 
aotlioritlea of oor jiubiic achonla will rand 
and naraftiUy digtat " Tom Brown'a Scbool- 
Uny*," and will aor u-li4tth<'r jitdiHoua rc- 
fbmi ntay not be inlriHlixvil »it1iuul de* 
Btroying the ntanly indi-p<^idviico of our 
bojra; Mpcnolly whether tlio long rooma, 
or gultericia, may uut be euuv«z1>Hl ioto 
deocnt dorniituriea by iutrodudug wooden 
parlitiona lietween tl»e boda, aifter tb« 
mahioD of tb« meiliin-ul durtiiitceica, aa liaa 
been adopted at RadleV' 'n>i* would itM<tf 
core MMoie of the worat evila of tbe old aya- 
ten, and we bdieve t bat t be nnrnber of bmrs 
who deep in the samfl apace la very nearly 
the eaue, excepting wlii-n tbi'y ak ttia. 
Ijraccfnlly ctciwiIihI, aa ia still Bornetiinea 
tbe caao to nn cxlmt wludi would nut ha 
tolented in our nurkhixiaea or gabla. 

Thf lUft oarf J^oww tif Fr*4rrii'k 
Pefili€4. Crown 8ro.. AM i-p. (Kdin- 
btirgh : Conatable.) — Thi* fourth (•dilimi, 
in B Fhrapv and mote cnniiMwed fimn, 
may reaaouably be expected to twrc n UIH 
largrr ein.-nlat4c<n tlaii it« pndecetaon 


JUiioriccl and Muceliamoft$ Retimes. 


tuvc bud. for BUlKKigb kbrit^^. «11 thAt 
■• <4' K^o'v^ iiit«tu«t u n.-tiuiti--d, and tbe 
bodi ii broucbt withlu tbe re«h of n Ihr 
wMn dreb than befbro. Th« dianctsr 
of FtrtitM «nd • rt«tdi of hU lifb ire 
bnnglit b«foni nnr rvwlon wlwn tli«work 
flrit Bpiirarcd, nnd it ii mmvcMmry h«re 
to Trpi.'at on ntli^giHin upon it. ^050110 
trlko wiahw Ui tw noqntitnted with tlin hit' 
tory auil llwmtun! of Ocrmftny f;>r the 
tul alxty yAin mtut r«ul tliui InmU : njul 
many inoK vUl be inteteatcd b tbu |tvr- 
ftonal chanvUr of a r«U|^aa mnn, and n 
man ef eitrMTdiatrjrMMrr; nd penever- 
sDGC, wIm cioreiMxI aiiind(4-abIo inlhieiira 
by diwt of li» tiprigbt cbKnictin- In a tintc 
of ^entnl Usity of mOTub anil imliAcreT*«< 
in rftllginti. I'eriliM fmwnl throngli * 
flerj OTxItnl uinfilliti). hihI hiL> Itft botiind 
him m name wliicli «-i!l lon^ bo ngonlod 
iritli reajMct u»l >(tmiTiili>m. 

tiom if Jakn Martin. lnip.-lt<>. (Lc«Klon; 
H.Wuhboonis ud Oo.)^Msrtln'« t;i>- 
ahu Willi of DO oonunora iiMlcr. la boinb 
of ohjfTta far hU ncnril he tntTello<1 bryond 
thBtmcka tkf iMxlmarymOrtnU, nndontpred 
tboie |mvu-<ncu uUioli atv oliw*l lo uU (ml 
tbe \ay ftw who, like biiMelf. ooulit gaae 
on ttafi thh!]^ nnwwn. fttid pbob^graeh the 
■pirittuLl. Nnrh <tid John Martin wbon bo 
■Iratdird the J'uidi-tnontitin, cf which nn 
•ncravini; in itivrn in tht Hrvt naattMr of 
thit npir nlllinn of Milliin- Martin !• lew 
f(ilJiTtt»iu ill HiH tcrrrstnal aeetut. Bd«n 
ftnd thi> 'I'cinpUtion. the tuljCiA of (be 
mbximI plate, wa< too coinmonpIiKio for 
Urn { it oiTunli-'d no «oo].h) for an imaftina- 
lion whieh di^^icVitiMJ itnelf ini*t in cvcnU 
rombimnf! the BUpcrnatunJ with tin- rrnX, 
and 1^ which onme otbir wenes in XilUm 
gave an ojiponnnit)- fat the dlifilur. 

As aeoonipanyinir adrcrtiMineiit mtbrnia 
M tbat tbv ftnt etutioii of Ihii wurk uraa 
fiDbliabed at tiircntf ^niNU, nnd that lli« 
new one, on the Inr^rot r*I'^''> oontatntng 
the nvu« platea, whioh appeiir tdinnet t^vnl 
to tbe early iniprearioni^ will b« Mid nt 
oiie-iCventli of the onjiinal jiricA. I'n- 
(|uesUonab1y It ia the be«t llliiatTat«d edi- 
iJiHi of the pMt ervr piiUtidied. 

n» Inttian RthelNom ; ita Camtt «wf 
JtrmtU. By the It«v. AUXAXOKB Dvpr, 
D.I>. fSiihM nnd Co.)— Ih-.lhiff, it up. 
pears, iidilrnnui) ■ wrici nf If^tlcni to the 
"tMiniiutgh Wilm-M." duuiliii;; tlip pro- 
grvM ofthp rebfUinn.anrt the inMnalAkou 
to iQp|ircM it.inU-riveuveil uitli □Dmrnonta 
of Ilia own. Uttco Ivtt4>n nra now tv- 
printf^l, nnd nre Yalniilile, inannni-li im 
they rontkin many aige opinlotu r««p«trt- 
ing llie Rngltili rnle (icer llul cvmitry i — 

Dr. Da£ (Vom hia long raudeocn tbom. 
being no moan nutbority. 

Ckoin yotwfitm " Aafw *md <)fminC' 
(Bell and IMdy.)— A "acJrction of <niriaM 
arltvln" ■■ liy no moui* a imw id(«, for 
oTvn ao tsrly m 1733 two Tvlonea vf n- 
tiACtoftotu our^eneoiitcmpanry, "Fuk^ 
jraun^" mode their SOTXHumnccv and m 
later timce the Rcr.Joan WaUiar pob- 
liahed ftmr Tulmnea tit M]ec(i<na IVoin a 
more itluttribiu work ; and now Ihr wor- 
thy editor of that nteful rceoptaclo for 
uteuant gcMip, "Motes and Qucrioa," la 
imaily on^^nl in extncting tfai* wbmt 
from thu okuiB', which Iw profioan to bring 
l«ra«v tlie world in the Miapo of " Cboin 
Notea." Ilie fim vobiiDo ia r««dv ; it 
ecotAina a latfra iiitmbcr of the lnvt libto- 
Hnl notca that haw anponrcd. awl will be 
followed by olliew on folk-lopc, bio^jtitphy, 
ix., which, if aa w»ll loleetwl and «i inter- 
otiBg OS tin pmcnt. cannot hil to b« 

Tkm Xaturtii IHifori/ ofBrHinh Piulim 
Ortuni. My Ja^bs Bcckuax. (Circn- 
ocatcr : B«iky.)^IYofeafor llncVmAa in 
tbiH little rnlnni-D liii* miidi^iiiipd a hrg« 
body of valuable lufuruiatiou rwfKtlmjt 
the trHous {(Tiwuoa, their ciiltivnlion. di*- 
(niiH«.anil jirutluco. It » Uinmiigldr pm:- 
tical, luid u, wo arv glad to eot^ published 
in a cheap form. 

0» Madiriiu a»d Mrdtral Sditcaiion ' 
Thrre LtetMru is W. T. CiAluuNcu, M.D. 
(Ifdinlmr^ht SutlivrUnd anil Kmix.) — 11ia 
Br»t of tin«B Ijeetunm, dr-Ut-itvd to the 
fitadiut* of the Motlieul Scboul of Edin- 
bnrgh in 1866^ contains aaaM very aaln- 
tary wlTioe on tbe •iMdiea to bo pnr- 
•nod. and gti the inedion! |irolWtou ge- 
nerally ; as also do the otb^ir two^" On 
thu Moclicul Art V'Jniidi'nxl in eoiiiiMluJl 
with Popular Educatiou." and "Od 5lcdi- 
cinc Aa an ArL" 

A Caiat«ffut vf thf Fortraift fuiimUd 
bt/ Sir JmA(m Ktfnolds. Uy Wiluam 
OorroK. Biq. (Lc«i(nnanK.>— Intend- d ■■ 
a Mipplemntt bo hia tii> of thai nrtiit. Mr. 
Oottun apfmm to hnTe taken grvKt ]i>tiii 
in the oompibti'm of tbia attal^u, wbkh 
will be of ^rnat iCTvice to ooHecbira, and 
to adminvu of Sit Joahua. 

Poji^ ; AJtlitiMuii FaeU eotit*rming kU 
Bfattrnnt A»tr$tfi/, Hy RoBEKT DAYiat. 
F.S.X (Rwa^ tiaritli.)— I>Mraikt<d I7 
Mr. H«iitri-'» triK't i^n 1!ie ^emrpiil iT^A 
hmily rfbtinru of I'nm Mr. I}«t-ia> vx> 
aaiuwd tlH NCnnb of tht Oorfiontioii 


ElB5fl.] GeolofficaJ /ii^chltie* of the Age T^eojy, tfC, 

nmat Pnfw'a fluniljr in that aXy, which 
I ba at int«rMt M mcl) iiowm as ftf« 
1 tip h Popovs pofMoal MutoiT-. 

' AimBEWTAVLOu. (r^Lntiuivh : Lcu- 
Inim.y— L* itt muiriT 1.1 Mr. IVlir HuTtio, 

Hbu ImU writtru itc>\.a» »urL in >U'fr>Mtj of 

Bagti IGUn'i - TMiimimjr of the Itockc" 

Am liJrcdmHiau tu Orawtmtar o* iU 
tnm Satit. Uy R U. SUUTT. (LuUR- 

VMift>— Uf . SaftFl, in this Htttc work, bus 
talua aome trauhjn to put l<>|i:(4hcr tawaa 
Uloi^ta wUch tnr; ffw people «1U «re 
to RwL T« Uh Uvhn it will impiTt 
•aUrinc iwv, iAd tha atyW util UMiiiMir 
vtU libra It Iwjond Um gtMp of Ui« 

11 rU Immv mad PretHtm ^ Wiitt. by 
jpauM^ {Hardwkk*,) Iim rMdml » lliinl 
Wtttuot u)d Uda Mr la btmno tbc stuad- 
Iwd uttbaritj, MM llojrU mpM-aiitiuatL-d. 

irnhif in t<U AnnfM^fi Ce»Urg. hj 
~|[r>t«l NoitTII, niiriiited fram Ut« 

THwKtMn*, «tU Kit onlj bs mafU to 
4Mal oblkctan. bul liw lulroiJwtioB 
< (MH a <iM Inlbrcutioa of ■ mat* geMntl 

Tiu t'uiiv •>/ tie IttMt rnfM t A Prtw 
Nemt Inlfrprrtilion of (A« Ap<>ealfjut. 
By Ike Itcv. E&WAfto HcxTmOfoBO^ 
U.C.U (KbaAaclan]. — (Kir spaw dt^ 
not twvniit IU iu tn*!iilk'i in uj^ocftlyptie 

fliwllPMHII. einil ififUi Utii' iiii)allinj ua— 

by tba waf , il •k)** iiut j vt muiA 
e<nt«BS owMilvw vrith mumjuuc 

^V Mtaal*, that «hi 

nt kdJitlyn la the bobka uo 

a* thina 
'aataaljr.thatwhilB iH, llantinsfurdbTOT 

a* thina «» ibiij olmfrrn^ 

rtnuMBi at'Wl IL^ttio, ProtottADtijm, and 
qUiKT KatWn rDlAling to ■ pvrtiuii of 
BoKipb tim Eaat ajipeara to b« av«rktg)M»t 
■iMoat cntirvl J. n ouU ha imrt w fariiove 

tkal Om " VodM of tiM i.«*t rrophcfi* 
not loUnlcil io a(r«Ot fuaiflflli* of tho 
bnwui ranf Liltu tiwiiy <>t)ier«, t>r. 
BBnlit>trf"r<l appMrs (o have lluHnI bia 
fhmmdkiix lu loo titiall a iplwr«. 

iVttiv - 1: Ti-nn. tiy F. Hm.ntODOOCB 

Bim ' ilxunlim-. tU!I, virtue^ 

ami ' .H'jniv'. cl-^^nMy iniatcd 

«• MnllMMnl. i' I ■■: cItAh, 

Mltb an •■((»•< '■ «tU- 

twenty (boT'lino atnim^ of wlncb the lint 

will aun« aa a apurlmna : — 

" tVM*1 «tiltr-n>)inl<l>Hcliln-of IbaOy, 

tlawmit viih iMony, il**7 «lnvs 

TaUia vittil(uitii»«D0« dn« aiin— 

Tbj ptt«en<« bdf MaM UcmUip krimici.*' 

'I'riiiitir Callen Prianuui. (Uatebanb,}— 
A little friyM^aro caJloil into exbtciKV by 
tlu nurri*^ of th« Prinocaa Koykl. 

TJu CVf* of Strnt*. by llw IU». nro. 
ASDBN, (Oxrord: J. li. and J. l*iu-kor.) 
— ^ one of tboaa naelul manwil* whieli 
th* inrnwaud aiflirlty nf thn CbiinJi in 
the )iraH:ii( <I>y Iim otlW into «siaU!BOa. 
It !■ iiiiFfuJnl aji a miii]niii<in work to 
llie BuiM Mithnr's " Brwvialca tram Holy 
Scri|>iaTti'* and rontnina tba Offiaa toe the 
Vi*iuttian and C'ontmun'oa cf lb« Stick, 
with vMriuin adiouniltMi*, pnjtn, p**** 
ir<M of U«lji Seriptonh ^> and <nay bt 
naad ttOkor by tlw der(;jr&uui or by llu 
aidt pvnoo, €c }fj botb joiuU>. 

n'o hare rcMJTcd a Xirf p^ AqoXv 
primird la Btigland prior lo tJte jw«rr IfifW, 
»a fA» LHvory 'if th^ SurMs of ih* Kii^'* 
liM. iMilhu. Itv W. lUto, the Libiwian, 
Ai i»*v Ui lupjHiH'd, ttib lilt oaolaina 
tke title* of Diany worki well knowii to 
ooUecton of eu-ly printed booka. und of 
aome abo that atv nto. Thi> mmpfe Mt 
by the "Sncivty (if iJie Kiti^'a luiu" i» a 
g«.>d ont', and wc tln/idd lik« to •« it 
follownl by oth«« Hir]innU<nuL TIm 
tMomiog work, finir tii>tali(«, ia uoe tbat no 
panoD would uvcr draun of looUug for Id 
bnUin :— 

** UenwIW enneth tii« anclflBt aeiwraU 
raatoinea cf tbs wiHron nnniKin of iJtcb- 
bttttbath, (St«iHMur J ud HMsknay. vithis 
tbe wmnty of UUldkau, wliich wcrs p*> 
rwed, rtewed, utd approved by th^ lordo 
of the uidc nuutncn. and by all the cojn- 
hokl iMiiiButa oT Iha aaide aiicnll in *nnun, 
many y w rw pact, nnd wliirb ouatuiut* bc« 
nowe agalne nvwiiu and lulUu mDildered 
off. ratiiled, allowMt, aod appnmed fay tha 
right boootuwfaUt Ueury lord* Wantwofth, 
lufdtfof tlMMido wixnU iiisaMi%Ba lo 
the arairraU artSdea utd agnements bn • 
aAvr fvHowiuK an iip l M ia t i^ the taath 
djqr of Kowinber ISA?, tte." 

TiU—.a Haval H'ruajf, luu/ (I .AafwnoJ 
Tyiiry, by Naiu-U, lllMiiilloii«,> !• a 
pl.w for A ttatb clairiftqatioM of i>a«al 
nnk, «> M to phoa botli aorviOBa on a 

HirroKiCAL ftcrtEw cr 

" I far MO. 

• ft<t.U>t 

lf*tL ^ 

««« «M « h« avf to QmMiL «»l 

, , i^ ' ew* aa tU* dtf «« iw tHi iMir, ii» 1 

'^*^ toJjo t»i»c L^ <>i»iiWU Uwl Ctorfl 

«'•»'• lira Mbdb «a IW Jy%» Ovdlmr. 

'''1' ''■'-'' " '' -'- roHt,— Ur. t«tr Owwrfl C H— J L Fhw (benM «r J 

'1. p*Ub^B dhn«»«tOT] 

Mat SB. 


l%f Monthttf InUU'ufencfff. 


pay th^ debts, unoantlBe ui £t.lA5.000 1 
tbtt — Wla are iMiuulerably 1*i^t, nnd 
HBoogntberthint^thej' tvluniSoO |>ii1>llc- 
hooaM of wtudi tho^ have tkc tWvhotds 
or hold le M t*. orory one or whieli was 
bmiDil to l*k« BO otbor ihan M«**n C:tl> 
Tnt'f portvr. 

Ua< 29. 
BmtoraHoH Strtie^. — Tho nmn and 
of C*Hnt«rbur]r baring dwiklvd 
ibn ■erriee to comnMOKntii tho 
:«tlrit7 «d RMtontlao of Chkrln II. 
itiooM i«> longer be obaerved, lb« aeTrice 
wu of th« oMStiury obiiracti-r, mad no 
i«fi>rMioi> loftdo U) the fMtival A/naerly 

Prince Albert, «bo it noiv on a *irit to 
Gvraian^, U «id whiUt at CAbvrc to bare 
th« document by wliich Iw madd 
hia hcnd'-imrj righu to the Dwdif of 
to hb wooDi] MCI. Tho reignina 
:a ol S4U!-CobnrK ha* no chiMn-ii. anti 
PiincQ Albert, who is tbo nMnst agnaUi, 
la dtftaintd hr hu pocitioa in KoglaiKl. 
JU that* WuuU Iw hniic iimNivmiiuieo in 
tlta Prilioe of WhIm, vrlm will be King 
of Rn^bnd, Mn^ rclirnln^ Dulcu of Saxo- 
Cobiuu and Ontba. iIm> mvowI (Ou baa 
bsen Moctwl. IIm jonni* IMnoeUiliortly 
•tpaoud at Bvrllti, uud wiQ ribbui ■oine 
titne in Chnuuijr, to pr«faro himarlf for 
hia |uutian m a (}i:n»an pritKT. IMnco 
AlMrt haa had ahwc inlciTivw witb tho 

MMDt ofthr lI'iRM of U)r<li wiu ttit* (iaj 

daliTcTvd in fiitow of EmI TalboU bat 
fiow iu gfOAt length ita ive o^mpcUMl to 
di£w OQT amnnun till nntL month. 

yoft'vtM/ '^c^fy.— Atanavtingof tbk 
KorirlT, (Nvmilrd over by hii Cmc* tba 
ARbl>l^i>l> of Cao(i!r)<ur;, it «nu ■'•t«d 
that lJi7£,iio I'hEhltTU w«n) r\->.'Fiviii|i 
•dora'hiD in Cbarcfa irboula in liiig-lanU 
aiMl Walts, and tbiti IIk- rM'i^pti from 
•DbKTipLlon^ uTwl 'wnM'ii'-i. and oUildna'a 
puM ■momituil to i:t»l3,-lift. 

Jl-<(R II. 
Thriifrg i« DOW in cuuriB 

) If-'* and mora iploudid 

t>^ cB th« oid rite. 

. and OowHit'Karden 

»u ii-cn rt"<iiii Mrlthin th« lut Anr 

Of .1- 


. *¥irurniirr.r 

(iT tho nr\rrTlt 

damajiiltiif tK< 

n^sfXai.tA.1. .><-)" 

■Mtt bt th« Kiit,'U*ij .--iiii'-uittAliViv 'mJ 
ba* ananted C9,U(Xi l'> t!i« (vu Bngllah 
■igliiMa Vuk and M'att, who w«t« on 

board at Um datA of the iHega) KJiniv. 
Ibo rtaMil Qiul cntw Ituve boon ri-ntoint 
to tite Sntxliiilni)*, who will elain. and 
probabljr dkoItc. loiDe oompcotation Ihi 
tha dcl«Dtion. 

hoa bmti lUting t/j test Lba date when Sir 
llmty Mmx. biu-t.. Iirrame of nnMund 
mind. Sir llr.nry i> tli* aniinr (nrtnw In 
R Urve brvvury. which h«d bovn w> proAt- 
abl«, that* Id additian to IcMniiig a viTy 
liberal oatohlhhipent, he Itwl Bucewilnl 
In tstalng the Tnln*' t£ hia ettato l>oiu 
£200lOOO to n.4rl,v £CiX\00O. Two youa 
a^ ho maiTiod ii jroong ladji of iiini'teeo, 
tha dattght«r «f Lovd Cmot llnic*. and 
bjr hirr had one aon. Fint h« iiiade a will 
bM|ttMthiug a Urge anuott; to hia arifo 
lo tma* «lui aurviv-ad him, and hy a onlicil 
liwrauwl thii ; and Airther, in tlw erant 
of hia aon'a death, k-A Ui« nrhnle of hia 
IcirUiua to hia wifa nooon^tionsU.v. ^lat 
Sir Hmitj wm bopeU«al]r bmne do one 
casld dou/, but aa to tho diit0 when lio 
beotoa to tba jnr^t afW a ninei' iii- 
TWtigaltoB. cvald eomu to no dccUiun, and 
broh« ap without giving a rcnlioe. 

Jirxi 12. 
Amitrira.^Kitvin ha( arriT*^ that ron- 
itdvrnblc cxcit«aiciit pravailod in thu 
United Staica in MAKqwnua of tha alh-gcd 
b«meh ctf th* rlrlit of viail axcraanl by 
o6tora of Britidi «h!pa iu Uie Amvriean 
wat«ra. The ehargea have not bam pfoveil, 
andtlu't'^tit'liih iruvoniiuciit haa diaivowed 
any irittriititin to iii-{i«rt fVum the coune of 
proooduTC which boa (or ao many yean 
giren aatisfaction to both oonntariea, 


Birmiughmtii. — Her U^Jeaty liaving 
Ittvciously ngniflcd her aMent to Die pro- 
paction that aba thouM open the pooiilo^i 
jmfIi at Aaton, madr Iter mtry into tUa 
■mokr town amidit tha plaudila of lev** 
ral buodred tbuwand inMbiuiiv* and 
othcn. who made bollday for the por- 
pnw-. The (Joeen left Lnndou tho pr*- 
cedisfc day, a«d hoooaivd Lnrd Loigb'a 
r«ild«v«j. Stondoigb Abbey, by alee^ng 
Uien' ; and nftrr driving frairi the Abbey 
tu Kunilwortb, took Ilia roil, and arTivad 
at Kmingham about twelve. 

Pmni tlw atxtion her Uajnty drove in 
procoiion through Arvcti gay wtth flow* 
era and retar bera ting witb ahouta, to tha 
1'(nm-haIL Umi inlcrioir of Uiii handwnw 
liuiUliiig had been adorned without uiiit 
of npenae. and kxikad aa boaatiAil aa 
vclvciV, and (Tulil. and Ikm^n and given 
loii'ea rnuld niako it. Tlie galferica w«bw 
Ukd with Udica and the prtDcipal hu- 


ins Monthly Inteitigencer. 


bnUiUiit*. A Uironc )uh1 bwn envted 
oil iL Jul J und«r Uk □rKntt-^iUcr; : lUDniid 
Ui» tlirauL' ipitkered (lio Alnvor vid Cor- 
puratiuu, tlit^(Jn^eiiV*iiitnKtuL tKi: cauiitjr 
tnagDolei. Here ili' ivcoivv^l an uililrvM 
from the Corporation ( to wtiicJi bur Ma- 
J«tT replied, — 

** I Inrc rv«etv«d vritb iileamre your 
lo^ anil dutiful addreu, cxpreaiini; your 
rinonv Mul d«T0t«il aff«ction. to my poraun 
ftnd tuy throno. 

" It is moat gntifjiag to mo to Imvc tlie 
opportunity of vitiitiiig tlii* imriciit. aoA ett> 
t«rpri*ing totm, tho mriitru uf ki tnudi of 
our uumuutiiHtih; iiitluntrj ; and I trutC 
jon mfliy long mnaiTi in the AjII enjoyment 
of that liberly and lecurity wtlliciut which 
even iniliutry Itielf mtut AUl to re&p it* 
spproprioto mrard. 

" t dv«ire yon will convflT to the tut 
eommunity wliidi yon rcprvMnt my sin- 
cer« Lhnnlu tbr tlidr conKnl wclconiir, ni- 
mrinff then >t thv mna tim« uf tlio pic** 
nro I hnve dorivod ftoni wilmMtinii; tho 
grcMt mmI incitwitw pronncritT ot Blr- 
Diingfanm tuid it* lunffhoonrnood." 

An nddrvM wu MM pra«it«d to tho 
Prince CoRKirt ; snd he hftvJni; replitid, 
the Quiwn piTfomied tbc no»t eerpniony, 
wh«n Mt. John lEutcliir, the iiisynr, hitvinp 
knoliC bdbm brr, h« km at luir cuinruuiiJ 
Sir John lUtcliflT, 

On iMviiig thn Town-tinlt, tbn QniMn 
droro to Astou-txirk, two milw utd « bulF 
diiUuit. rho cort4g» [MUaed ii«ttln Ihroogli 
wiLtU ufjieoplu, and under bnnht bouiMn 
Slid fntooiu. Oil cntorluf Afton-roail, 
" same -tiJ.OOO little children of both aeoM, 
b«loi)||itig to thu ftcliiMrU at nil denouiina* 
ilOfU of Cbristiuui, and nUo to thow of 
the Jflv^ lined llio ruad tbr soawi diatanoa 
on both niilcs, tod w her Ut^otty poMod, 
PJV a hymn. 

Tfao Qiivun drove throueh Aiton-pnrk 
to tho Hall by a w«11-timhnvd avt-nuo 
thrw>quari4ir« of a inlU' iu length, tlankcd 
bj«llerlMbal(liu(;^,t)OOper«ia«. AaUni- 
MU onoe Im1oiii^-<.-(I to (be Holte fliwily, 
and throuafa ttw fomnio 1ii»f> drtwridcd to 
Ur. Ourtw Uolt« fimDubridgo. Tim 
UoIt«a war* atoni Boyallita in the ^rmt 
rtrafcgle batwem Charlo and hia l^irlin- 
mimC, and in 1642 Chariv* Tvit«d at 
Aiton-liotl nhilo bio arniy wiu <in ita 
way frvia Sbrawalniry to rtrlievi" Dauhary 
C^la> Tito rocoD in nriiiL-h h« ^Irpt in 
1642 WW Queen \'ictori&'i boudoir iu 
1858. The day adn Cliorlm qaittod 
A>ton-faall thn Itirmmeliani iniin laid •(ego 
to it and 0x4 it. Tlw ataiidard rvot m 
twain by * eaaniw.alKit 1> itiU preatrved. 
Some time iinoo Aaton-liaU audjiork woro 
In tin BMrint. Tb« OorporotioB of Bir- 
mlnglMm dealred to bny them for 

town, hnl the pMreloBMnarnef , £40,(XX)i, 
pruvod tuo Inrgo for their uunitu. Is iIuh 
emorgeiuj. the worifutg «Mn «ul aoiM 
•mpl^ora, aided fay nctwr p«non% Sviavd 
u vomRutt«o iu niao ttio nun (uow. liy 
the Mlo of a port, rodaoed to fi36.0CKiJ 
rvi{nir«d fur tho pnrchaae. They huro 
nuaed Ihu greatvr port — tliu workiu^f iiitm 
Bobeczibing "a very laxK^ ]Ji«purtion." 
The uaiugenDOUl ia in tlie handa uf a 
cnminittee. Tho pufc is for a playoroDnd j 
the hall k pls£e of extulstioD of mann- 
fadurav It vras tho purolioac that the 
Qneon was Ihoro b> open. 

AAsr ■howlng homlf on the t«rT%ce to 
the tUftt.T crowd bdow. Die ijimii ro- 
turiiud into tlio hall, aud wuut theiiii'D by 
■peolid train, fhim a Elation opvtivtl at 
Arton, to I*loa*leigh Abbey, 

Krum Ston^li^iK"- ^^'^ Queei) prooeedod 
next day tbrongh Ltiamiugtun to War- 
wi(!k. 'i'lio t'oud folks of Lcauiiugion had 
made their teiivti gn>,rinnlrni><>r Uimtiiij;- 
haiD. The Qui-cn dnivo rtnu^'bt to U'ur- 
wick CdAIc, where t-hc. *■«« duly cntiT- 
tsTtaJned by the Karl uf Wnmick. Aflcr 
B aUy of three bour« in th!« sraiid old 
romniint of annent day*, bcir Mnj«ity went 
lhLu Warwick to«*ti. Hero Ilia Coqiom- 
tiim pnw'iittMl an uddreea. -Sbitkiiig )iniiila 
willi Lord I<eigb imd Lord AVarivick, the 
(JncK-o and JVincci CoMort cntoretl tlio 
tnuu and bude adieu to fair Warwicksfaiie. 

Jrm 16. 

Jivitett — General HapinaMe, whoee nit- 
ininiitraljon of the interior had given 
nmbmgfl to Lh« pntiant and endaring pro- 
pie of Vrnnci^ haa boon rainovod from 
Ilia post. One of hia movt recent aeta wai 
a •omi-cammriad to the dUbroot duiritfthlt 
iiiatitntinnn to acll their landed prnpoity 
and invrat the proowda in the fuivdn, 
which would prudu«« a larger Income 
than Innd I 

The (cnwe wMm Sir Jtatw Ifftrha iraJ 
ftof-n, dtoabed at an Inoonddemhlw villB^e 
culled Wookthofv. haa r«ocnt]y iKvn pur- 
chHMMl by Miw Charlwood. of Orantham. 
It Ifi to be pulli'd down, ami a aoiuiitilie 
collrgo ercctod on ita cite. 


Jfr. Jmitiee Colvrid^, who for twonty- 
threo yean haa adorned the bcDdi, Uua 
dnj took hia teavn. An B|^in)priat« ad- 
diCa* waa ddivcTod by tlio AttonMty-OoB** 
ml, and fijelingly rcanonded to bv hia l,ord> 
ahip. Kvw jnogea liare gidiiM a higher 
cliuruelur un the bench Lliai> *'- •"••■• 
CcJeridrf . and *'■'" • 


Promotions, Prefermentt, ^. 

mi neewor. Mr. Hugh IltU. was cftllnl 
tatbefanrinl^tl. Dewnnt tluNoHbcrn 
Ctrr^iit, wh«t« he tAAmoed ooc»ulDnil>le 

Ttm^" i* awoe qoite ln>lcjMnd«nt of po- 
ttHHl MiuiAcrktinna. He Iim ntvtr been 
In I^u1IMDM■t, IkiI " liu iWvdttvl Lis life 
to lui iirofnrioo, in i*)uch bo bu rifvn to 
ft rrrj MgliptMe u » Kmnd mil tii^nhle 
lainCT." H« n tuBch fBtMninl to the 
pfDRanoB, «wl ln> pnmntian ha* givni 
yeaml MUifa^^tiun in WMtmiiKtcr-bftU. 

JmKa, — The tatwt weoaitta tn not 
■lUmtluv aktidiurlorf i (lie mnlitiy ia 
cnutuid. but not eicinct t awl altloai,-lt tw 
lnv« bodia of inaiupiBta tra nbl« to 
toottA- iQUUotMq>at,BiMM«of tiHinare 
tolw finxnil in*0BiaB)rdi»(1ii>mttiat tt U 
diAeoli to rt«eh tun. llic fbUmrtng 
tfikcftBpUc iiit«Uig<DM tau jiwt bc*n ro- 

Shiljcfanpart wm rdhvtd on the lltb 
of Mar bjr BriKniU<7 Jono. 

I^d'Htw ttw ttir««l«Qail. in 0«iur*1 
Onai'a sliKiiee xrathward, by 
' nun ander tbe Bcqptm. On tli« 
Oolm OnaphaO, iMrioK a Mronff 
fvndtr OsDeral Walpole, uinrpbvd for 
(kar, where bo was on tho ISIIl 
itiih U r^mrtKl irith tha «inmT 
Qtidw iko MwJti*. B,0OO«v*lrjaiiil 6.000 
faifanUj lav h)-tir<«n tlio ( 'omnuiiider-in- 
ChiaC mkI Uolitutdj . On tbe arrival of 

nnnfarocincuts, npwtrd unrt daj-. tb« 
tttetay wu to bt driven from Hobwuljr. 

Camabelt bad eromtA tlu> tiangoa. 

Tbu iuMt vrai iatmao^ and the troopi at 
T.urkntvw ttntMolthr. Itw garriwa waa 
r«iltia-d to 2.000 inrantrr. 

Kliau Dahailoor and >'cDa Salitb liad 
aLtacked Oco. Jonca'a mdlifm at fitmltjc- 
harpotr, Ixit w«r« Npiwed. wiLh tbv ton 
of FoKtfr. iiid>-d»-c«lli|k 

Otnvr Shif^h bad enwed thi< GaoM 
ud menaced the Himibaf ronU fh>in Ally* 
gbnr. Jiic[d(iiip[iru luul bMn ootmpled bj 
0<^uural Lu^urd on tba Mh; tbo rebeli 
fl^l to the jDngle. and Ocii«ral Lugard 
joiupJ Coloiiul CutfirUI'* furiM. On tli9 
i 3i.h, Coluiicl LiifLLToot, who )im1 baon left 
at JnplMpDn), frai aetacfcod. and liriiis 
maid bv uotrd. The Oeuenil iutmdi-d 
incttng bttck on Juitdaporh 

On Hit 14th 8ir Hngh Rose vaa at 
EtKolK tlunr coa* fruui Calpou. Tli« 
enoinjr waa in poMtipn iii bi> IWmt, and 
had been Joined bjr the Nabob of BcikU. 
Tlio atladl wai PxpM:t«d to take placw mi 
the follow1n|[ dny. The rebcU had mad* 
a bridire A>r tacape ncroM t^e Jutmiii. 

A contniiracy Imd Wm diuovcrod in a 
wing of the 4th Native Infaiitnr In llie 
rniijaub. The oouijMnktors were banned, 
and the iring at once uanrbod lo Jut- 

TIhi Rajah of SlinniU, tn Narpore, on 
the H^dnahad frnntier, )i«d hrokcn into 
apm robolliun. 


OaasTra Paoskaiart, te, 
tltf n. Oafk mil. t*^^ Q.C^ u ba ■ tMina 

Jfnil U>R7MuWBUIa«aa.aiq..*<i^«>* 

^•« 3 Hf. wouw Cind Mto roik* 9Up»- 
keiteCbvud rvbhof K^Mon, JaiHlM. 


\jm* naMfrtato II.M. Oamwli^iwr 

,. Una. Mr Umrt Balwai LtUob, 

r <B> D< the PrtwUH ftMntnWa^ 

piM* lOaieatalr, 

>bM JUL C CDlott. BH., M.D., to be rriMipel 
Intel Oiker, Certn. 
lU*«r4 JeliB C^rln. nq. to be It««bUar of 

riiiiln Grry llowlrll Dirlt, nq., IsbvBUpn- 

Jitiif 1 1 , The Uuf^n ixmfDtTed t)ie bonoui ot 
kalctiUimxl apcu Wn. luc. Ma., U .»- Inupcuar 
of Haifiil&l> Biul Tlnla^ anil Junea rriur, phi , 
Drput; laiptctoret FImUl 

■/■Ml* U. The Qnnn conlcirtd tbr lionnur oT 
kUchtheod u)Ha J«bB aaiciur.«M,,ei W)-(iii< 
rtagtm, ba the ooantr of 'VuntLck, Hajo* nr 

Jktaf t«. 'nirTtnn. Rlcliant UirVrrlon I>cnirl) 
U«w to be AmiHifluidor to I'Mcrny. 

JvHrlR. tUbvn lUkBr.rM].. tn be Ituprchir uf 

fynt 31. Col. Ifcn niia. Auaaatua Prtd. liddrll 
tetaOMoTitaoCrvanuibi WalUn^ 

Xmmhrr rvlmritd to Mm la I'artiaMtMt, 




B I U T H S. 

Vay in. At CaiMttiiiti«-Mr- Sbcanew, Um 
wi(o r* flcan- CillawBj, tw^ B-Nt ■ •on. 

Uav II- At Tbonuiun Vlc>nr^ Kent, tht 
*l(f ijif ihB It«4. Kdnnrd Kifo nunMy, a Mm. 

Uif IS. At Ounlrldn-Ki., nrd«-|Mtrtl. LOD- 
dan, Uin xir* of SpMiow FuUrtt, i!H.,adM). 

At u tiichdWr, itie vU* uf X. J. EMilMate, 

Mil., 1. lUD. 

Jfay ID. L«d; MaifftTM LvYWm OOiWOTi ■ 

At Cr^4>nh4aM-0fliiirt, bmi i^troud, Ulouec^itr- 

ihiic'. Ihr wih of TliaB. M. 0111(1111?. i?«]., ■ 'Ian. 

^oy ao. Al OrMSb-MUn. lU wUe oi (.*J|>I. 
Andlvp UenTD Anbdbli^a «in. 

M BbblfT, nMr Somiumpiaii, the vLr> trf 
Oirltmn C. lltabsll, mo.. • 6»<t. 

il^tiJi. Xt ralrtey^ttBT). [«Ve of Wl^t, 
llic irifD of Bwtn* C. Sbeddm. oaq., ■ «on. 

At AtHtntnUr CMtle. Pertlubirt, Mi»- Buthw- 
fUrd Aituun, a daii. 

At 01<K*rt«r-pl.. PettBuii-tq., ib* wlA at C. 

Mayn. At HbottMbreolck-pulc B«r1u, the 

Vtl* of (irorir* H. tlulawood, ma., ■ duu. 

At Keirport. BiruUfl^ tta wih o[ ihs B«v. 

Jowpb Oiffncd, U.A-, a alau. 

AC Cbeltcttliam, kx Uia Nddmm of bcr h- 
llirr, Ailm. Cuter, C 11.. tbc «1IV of Aiiituiitiis 
1IDIU7 KHiK, tM|,. Ckipi. Eojal Uont Anitl«t7, 
a ton. 

jr.if :3. At TTn«>«l<l-l>oiur. Pnrtttt, Cam. 
baland. Ui*. rUmla^oa, ■ mn. 

LadT Itiirrim Vcmon, a *cn. 

At Bnih. the wife of Capi. Dccnton *Mi D-mop, 
KD)st >'avv. a <l>u. 

At ti^Ubiir}, Ibo nir« ul 0. B. TaliiJD, tvi., a 

Mtn U. At Petwoflh, tbc wife at lUthaxd 
SlaccTvn. Mq„ a Mm. 

At FanBt-bilU Um irih uf Dt. O. GnvUng. a 

At Untnira -bCFUav, StlrUnttbtrv, Un.Hlack- 
barn, a NO. 

At bii rMiilmor, Ducllrr, Worvfalcnlilie, tha 
wll« «r Ynn^ IL BootI, caa., a dan. 

At tijrdcnhun, Uv« wl(» ol W. A. Hiibbuck, cni|„ 
■ ton. 

Uityii. At PlTTDOtith,tha^lfeof CMnrnandn 
GtvriR UvU WUIbni*, a no. 

Al W}-iiilt1tin:.|ii>iiM, Btlitiin-rUc, Mr*. Hcarj 
BatcliPLur, * ilxt. 

JtMy :ii. At r>Fiibirh.4t., PimllcD, thl^ wif* «f 
Julm Oxik E^vHtia, i»ii,, 1>i.irtKl*r4l.|»w, a ifaili. 

Al UonnicKtiiiiii-luiJl. (tie mlcof &un.Ciinlilie 
tiiiU.r, (twj., ■ ilrtu. 

Al Gnratoko Cwlle, OumliFrland,> 

no LadT LoulM Dciuclu rcniiaul, n <}au. 

At Lniuijoinic.|\a<t. Kmtriieion-pk., Ihrllcn. 
Mra. W. ICiun Wlcrutn, ■ d.>u. 

T&t wU* of MilM I»ckluirl. «^., AttUtical, 
AnnrU, ttion. 

Jrop t7. At SM)m(cin].hfln. l.ynn, :<<irMk, 
Ui> *ifc of Jalu dc Counj- nimUtun, ixi-i a 

AtTlKtrunl. Norfolk, the wib of tbc Her. J. 
B. >lj>1<ir. U A., I ilan. 

Al Trftdlliiio-boiue, Ncwlyn. tfao mf* of R. U. 
ll«Biui. Btq,, a dau- 

A( IJiUnliursh. Ill* wife of Robort Ualdtfu^ 
caq., a »oa, 

Al titratfnrd<oltaicr, nrar Hlniud. Ik« *tk ftt 
Jo*«p4i Watu IlaUtvfll, era., a d>u. /- 

Al Ihi VIcatan, WurVb HairB''m. tbr iiv 
tbr K»v, !>. K. TniM}-, a apn. 

K<W U- At nnntail.K.>iiv, t^rlmhAi- 
Wifecf -t--""- ' -I............. ,,.,. 


■nJ luii..^ «• ii. ». >,.L., i. •■ ., - ■— ^. 

Jfay ID. At Tfth«jMan •court. GlaiBiirKan* 
dyirc. Mr*. Lord, a iLn. 

Al ^'at^l, X-B., Ulr vile of I. B. K. HadDi*!, 
en , of t'D'llKill. a WH1 at»l hHt. 

1-tac wiK at Fiedirlik U^it, «aq . cf Itotek'- 
faou>H\ Unvsrilrn. > •laii. 

Al llrmouth, Ifcc wUo o[ C. T. Bewta, ««q-, a 

Jfoy. 30. Ur> Ta}-hit, uf WantraK, Bprfca^ 
•ml 1'iirttrtliirii, Klrirardliiriblrr, a M>u. 

Al Ch-irWD Mu*irT<iT« livcWn, tb* wlfa of Uia 
Rtr.r. M. U'tr, a auii. 

At llw Hnjiur-liiMit*, Cliitvkli, tlia <r1f> of 
HarrfoKbia Take, M.U,, a aoD. 

Al Cba|iFl-biiiiM, Wurdiinic, lb* wifp nf W. H. 
BrldfR*, vtm-. a dnn. 

Al Autb>ni1.gsi«,tba«UaofnuAbr.I-A(tlari 

Afsy 31. At Tbonuinn, ihn I.aitj P*tni. n aon. 

Al tln> llrctolj', Uoiohnril Illsl.op. tbc nifc «{ 
G. ChiiTcblU Eartholi4i>ow,*Bj., ILU. lOlta root, 

■ WD. 

Al Raft Shten, fimrrr, Ihf wtfl of Capi. Ley- 

ottter Vrarhyn. bt Ritral 8«inn MlUUa. adau. 

At WolJ->Td VWamny WanrtA»l»lr», tbo Wft 

of tbc Iter. O. UoniriT* Wfactin, a «in. 

At WoalwUb, tb« nlfii i.f Majoi W. H. K. 
Bimiann. lt,A., Iiin*. sm luil duuptitct. 

At Ckdi-gan-placc, ^tlsIa1■^.«q., iba irtfo of B. 
W. Jonca. tsq., a dan. 

,/km 1 . Id Sll]UH<«UV«t, LODdODi TbRIHIBt4Ui 
Euif , a wni. 

lit Wilm CdIiiij KmIoTT, EsMs, UtS UVO. 
Mri. Krancin Gruntton. a ilan. 

At llic rwidpnie of tier tiitlicr, Iho Attomrr* 
UcntTal, Men. IliiimlrT, a il.-iu. 

Jiiir i. Al KLitiiiii, Liiily KmAiy, a Mm. 

At Slmkr tluniwiil. lIuchN tlitr Lady JoHa 
Boai-ms a kii. 

T!ie lliin. Sir* r«i[Lnmn, a »n. 

Al OnlileT-K)., lliF irllc ol >Lt]DT HclbiU'ik. a dall. 

AllTrKHUiaKi. Muctliiirr'pl., Iba wirruf J. Oibif 
fnrkfr, raq., a wm. 

Al rt>i>i'> sliiiiiiKu**!., UoftUrn^q., Iba Has. 
Mliu JoUo Ucrvvlurct, n m». 

^aitrS. Al Kimmed-hoiue, Wof««l«T*lilt«^ 
Ibe «tf» ot fc, V. Wbeel«T, ve%., a am, 

At flurluuii.hitUM', CbclMs, Ibc wlf* of Iht 
Bvv. Jiiiiii WUwit, li.Li., a •L'O, 

At TuiititldKc ^'i-ll*, tlir wife of U*]v B. 
WUIi^rtoTci- Ukid, a (on. 

Al C'lirihom-pl., RelfTan-M-. LonJoD, thA 
irtir or Aiiikrc*) l^wiiv, raq,, « u«u. 

At [L>r lltuif, tIiiui|iU>ii-vlcli, Middlaao, tti« 
wlioof (;a|it. w. U.cinbriuiv, adau. 

Jti*f 4. l*ij A. PiffFt. ■ don. 

At riUroT-Ierraw^BMciit'i-liark. Lolidan, Itw 
nife ufCW. ICdvard Bbldnlpli, adau. 

/wiu-1. At BUCOA QiU-bouM, Wtat Trln- 
mouili, tbc «lk of W. U. llall JordaUj rai]., 
lolicltor, a toa. 

Al IIjibvpark-gaidHu. Iht wffe of Tliowiu 
Dent, i-H)-. a diii- 

Al Lxnith. Uncnliulitav. the wltr of ibn Bm. 
Art^qr KotvTl rranlBgi«t>, M.A., Vtrv of Vl- 
tcilij', ■ son. 

ynj 0. Al r.aitHirb.aiHirl, iilaaUHiliMrT, |te 

■I I 

.'■•iilfrj^ p HHi 


Birtit. — Atmtrimjfet. 


^—Il U T.I*t-M4, mw LfU. Ihr alb 
■f ■MIHlTh AfthW OUMT. • MS. 

/■Ml. At«id»or>TQI « . fa > w r.ifct»ifc<rfM>i 
>«*. A . L. HUMnO, CftfM UMnb. SMIkM»teT. 
* tea.. Mi« A^ «M>iMwh iMM. an Brfnr 

4. Tonwr, oq., l«wimr-«t. U n, ■ dau. 

JU Btfli Tw^Mtfc HillMBW. WnnNMT- 
lUn, tke wilt arMnM Om, Mq„ ■ MB. 

AS bmt, Mffc— aM w wia . • dM. 

Am* 10. AllMlt-tem.lNiWMrUitf Lmw 
tab ttt «Mi af Qvt. Omtx teqahMMM. • 

At OrtPiMi. PlnMWk. (lU w>liwM tt tar 
lUkM, Gm. D«mmt*U1(.» ihi m^ ml LkM. 
/. K. Hiad w aa. Omtar ArtlHr, Adjam* 
Md OnrlnaaMMr, Xdmk, • oto. 

Al UuvwMid-i^, Ot vllk «t WliflHi ClHv, 

^'t SuRiev-Mtm. Uaratodriun. At wUa ol 
ffim— ■ Krin^ anc^ ■ 4iB, 

yMwII. 41 nwiWwv, th« vita at tU B««. 
B. r. W. IMmmtUl a aDD. 

u ■miaMinii. tha vtto ol J. rant.m^^ 
hit CaM. M Ob Cmi^ • aM. 

Al JtaOMalalvh B««tat7. Katk Onm. IM 
«Ua o/ lb* Krr. Juha Oaallwa >«■«, IUmot, 

/mm It. AiMuwfpark. MisifciK Ika wifc 
•r AWnataa limitary, nq., • 4mi. 

A t TtarMW4 ■>a*BT. (M* UMr, a> «t« •« 
tUIU<. B. V. BWk«ajt.*<l««. 

JuulS. Airnaktv«,Bawaa*.iW«ll^e« 
LmolCbI. TaanufcMfcMiA bailMj AraT' -^^ 
aMLuii a4}-^m«.. EiamelW*. a am. 

Al Bam lawK fiortibwJuU, ihc V Jr or nw' kt 

Uasaa, nq., a Irrt uid gM. 

Jn*lt. Alflu-Un. Dm Hm. Mn. GcMva 
Citfopui. a das- ui4lhaiB' 

At Unj1o»-*dk, LnnuMCIo^ IW «1)b orOif. 
Wa. Hwa Tk«n, a ■«. 

At WHtM-halL aM( Uinaar. Ite «tta •( 
tk» tUr. J. a. PaA-Tt H.A^ a mm. 

/<HW It. Al « kitbr IlMBMMt, %ttt «tta of 
Baarr ritOrrtok Btwaimiat, a*^ a Aa&. ,iulk 

Al tha D<*H«r [^dr Waaloak-a. , 

Aa IkB. Hn. Jama* Kun Woit t^, ■ ma. 

At Baled, CwavarwMAu^ tka wUa of J P, 
BaaH , aaq,, a tern *»4 Iwli- 

Al BaTWWiWT, Uw «lli oJ lin*..C«t. G. V. O. 

/«f )». Al C I — frtar-MTT, Ufda-park, Iha 
vite aflbD PtifMT. MO, a «««. 

At ft. GmrfvVnad, lfrnl»iw iq, Iks <alfc «l 
tkt R«T. TbacMbw A. WalMML a mm. 

Jum* IT. Al Sana-vL, iba vil* «^ r. Dtrfcv 
OriOtb. aaq.. U.T„ a <«. 

Al INfatatk-haua. TTaahai *n\m ttm. Iha 

Wiltef Wm. J. Boanr. na., a •«■. 

JwmtXi. AtCI*MiM4.n.,Url>-park.tWwtla 
of BulNvl IMi>4 llaakt«7. <-<|.. a daa. 


Taiao^ e< lb* lit BiMal raaDlani, la SankU. 
. af ttt iMt Mtei rnd. UoTd, ^ tha annl 
' Bini* Of tha iaia tor WtUtom Uoj^ 
ka, nMcClooaa;. 
At Waiateqnw. HaAjtA*.. Praarii, 
taon iirUMUCcC>(^^1ui''<aa1liuLi>eoiw 
I Kaiitj Uary, aMVwl ten. of Ilia lata 
luTktt, (A, ef WijTcrliatDfiltn. 
i:. At Fnkdwaf Haary RtakDond 
^ - - a, BB., Bcsnl AkIUmt, to JaiiK Avrth 
A*K. stair Taonuu Iilaltw, kut, AtatuaOL 

Aaril n. Al U. Georxc'*, IlaamM-aa^ jMUai 
biUaa Tarn. m.. tt-X., In Mary VVkbu, 

.XailA. At niaiakL Jabn PMUr, fa4« If 
TalM-Uouaa. Lateaatcnkba, lo FJlaa JiD*. ooJt 
daa. e( Om. KalflM, taq., af M. UAttiB'*. CM- 

AIO«*ay. nrar Bti-rnilMt. Ur. IL 

Ifajr II. _ _ _ 

«' Maiiktnlb. <4dM an vT UtTVte*, G«ar» 
Uirkeif lb. Vtou af BUloo. to ^ak. abl»l 4iH. 
•t Uw lata UbmbiI Xjia^ «>|., of nnaaa, 

Al Bn**w,Ut A. D. Da L« twt. ea», Mttjr 
L' DaUTw.nq. o(llllfatd,IIanK, 
-'>a(/ThraDa> lc«1i, nq. 

It !(tE".(^, Il.i.ri Wt,,!!. CM., a* 

■ ih. bt* 

Pl. ««««. 

' '■[ wa ctf 

,n H v>, i.j sjiiii, Liuli dan. 


• ri»Bnl."^., 
tuaj, fourth 
' l-TTtoauaona, 


.UvcliT, dM af IM Um AkiawUr loilik, n«., 
KcK l^arii^vad, Clartwipailt. 

Jfav n. Al H, Njut-*, BryuMOM-iq., Lm- 
dna, litmt-CoL Ja««a QfaliaM. aUaai wa of Dm 
Ulc Oaa. Cr»l>a«, OorenMr of FUritoa Oaatla. IM 
laabaOa iMlai, daa. of Dm lata Qn. Walkiv, 

Al Laaraaltt, CoratnU, rnak BnatrtBV, aaq., 
a( AtateMwoatt. nAOCi. » BaoMttQ*. cMaod 
daa. <tf Ike la*. iUdnrd>antc. 

At QulM Ckunh, DnwaB, ib* Bar. Joka Br- 
tUaa, M.A, ol W. Ctpmaat'i. brlaut. u> Avrfla. 
#l4Ht Aau. or EnAlM Bctartdp, C04., rtt«T- 
kotwa, Cwifrnnliic. 

At 91. AMTctr'*, H^Mpellar, Chtltcahani, Ui* 
Boi. W. F. I*arrim,r^mt nrTlrtRUall, IVrlij, 
to macta. Tousgnt daa. of tlia law ttatett 
Wgkaiii^ aiq,. of Aterinsu. BiaoaoaUn. 

At SI. PaBcna. Arthw Vqimt. jaaacttl m at 
tba Bai^. t. P. yallnon. of Brdiilna, Id ftank 
KUubeth. mU ehlM af th* lat« Paler Darward. 
caq,, of Br«vhm, M-D. 

Mat » At (iacmcT. Loatt da Selunkt, ««q., 
nUaat toa nt ChrraBar A* fMbsU, rloraDML 
ChaMbcKala t* tbc Onad Oaka of Tnacaar»u« 
araadaaii of Wllkaai Spanoa, taq., rHA-, Lou* 
doB. U EUai AiUM BMhArt. MMnd Oau. of 
Ikvl.-rtDl. WniiuD OiwpM Itochlbrt, W«t> 
nwalh. Iidaad. 

Al Bavta, Joaenh UortliL caf.. «l AihBrld- 
tuU I'piHT T»ta»-uU, iMiiten. 10 Mnnaa, Mir 
dau. at th* lata CkfWafber JMcalfc, f^.. at 

At lb* BiitUt Oaaaa)■lc^ ftdoaaa. idJ aa Ika 
HRk Iwi. aiika H l Mik Oiiwk « tM faUa* ol 
n tLU. the Piinm af ProdL CkiMaBt*>aa4hF. 
Rhine, naodora Laali m KMMk. laM «r Um 
Rdt-i! nimrprttn Ltfe BcflnMBt, to ViRlaa^oa 
H. 'I dtu.ttrUMUtaJuaMMaeEwni, 

(' "dc". MbUni. 

.'■, SaMtnfkim. Joaiaii Hanrr. 
"■7 Bavf • "aai., of flpaliliDg. Ua- 
iitatj, fMiBffert dia. ol ika lata 
1 . . .<(., of iba Parh, Notttafkiin. 




At ».0»arfiri, B>i>aTpr-«q.. C. T. Wwkbaai. 
tM\^ of WtuknUr. \a ElUa, caly ifaa. of CbpA. 
JoMhtffi, R.N. 

AK St. ManMwiiic; T. lAncr, nn^ Ui HvcUdb 
Ab]|«, iUu. lit Uie riciiint* Ae U DvElniiiir. 

At at. Moir'*. ituiinr*. ■>. h. Ukit>**f, m]., 

of linciilii'a-titn, still III ilii> MWMIp 'r«ripl--. twr> 
rlatcr, to M>n«nii«, >tiu. ol ilii- Urv. rbamu 
On>trn>5. Itt* Vluir of Mr!t>i'i M»')ir«v. 

Al ft. JiiiiImX iJOfct. tlir Hr«. ('•Ivn-t B. 
lanet.ol Ili-Jtlirftlil, (iluiiinnpiiwliii*, 1i> I'unU 
Jane, aDl]> tlau. ol Edwanl Jiuiwi >4uiHh, r«]., 
ut iho Bengal Ciril Siir*lw, unci of Wai«rlva> 
i-tFMv&t, Uetkdoa. 

Jfdy 21. tt«anr Do« Jnnf Uaiitnn Monii, At- 
CuU 1 Ik LtmliM du CnLti. m Pinner. kdiI 
iwpli** nf til* Pmtdrnl iil i'lilU, la rarotliii*, 
ftrapfiTdMi. of Athur lloircr. ta(|,, of lli« JLui* 
•ion*. Dlfbbutr New-park, BuIm KovtuKton, 

At 9t. Jaupi'a, PicnriUIl]-, John Dngdaln An- 
ItT, L'tvt.-OOL GeoM PnMlfrf OBwdi, & HIbswh- 
BiaiKliB Mary, (mly cUld «f Thuut Oaonrs 
Corbtiu cH)^.. d( Etatoin, UneolBMlro, aM Dini- 
liall, ni»>liitT', «n>i \hv Inir Ladl« Man- Cnrlxti.. 

Al SI. ilnrv'ji. Wmrtrrmnc. InrAtrick Kmiiifr, 
•aul , ti> llvk-n Aoitn<.tii, iriduv at ('. K. UuliU- 
vorllL, nq.. i>r M ukrlletil. 

Vuy 34. Al ChHara, Alcinnrtrr M'Minitliliin, 
eld(«t Mti Of Uic Krr. Allan M' Snujttittin. tl. H., 
MIdIkUT (if Lmua)i«Kitir, N.n.. liAimi rrwr, 
■Mond dan. of Uieltc*. II. ». Slnclatr. of WMiibu, 
Kdw 9uu!li Wal>!ii. 

JTii^ U. Al NeirtMld-UpDn-AiiUl. tbr Krr. 
WillLiiii RiiMiciB, nin iirilii! R". C. II. ICIilitlnn. 
Vital of Andoret, to L'araltne !>rrinn, nfcond 
dan. of C%arw« U. CalilMutt, t«|., of TIultitiHjk 

Onait*, Wanrbokablrc. 

Al Tort, ibn Hot. Jnin** WllIUiQ UuhIi^ 
tL.JJ., o( Cpp» (Lapt'.in. UiiLiUtMl. to Uur, 
dan. oI Ilia Ule J TiiiU^ll. i^<|., and ntlici of tti* 
Ut« Bit. UMiricf Caljcnt^a Kldd, al fe^.r- 

Al Bt. John'*, IticAmand, Siii>*]>, Ihf Krr. 
JatiKH Tlllard IlnnnaF, Kocliir of Dvmlilrliv, 
UnuolDthlM, to KsUufUii! Adiiv, jounr^r dAu. 
of ibc Ula Rloliard Qoodirbi, oq., of Fianon, 
filAndfotd, DoiMUUi*. 

At Ai. JaoicaXClapbain, John lUwatd Mattlu, 
intrarian tit th« Isncr Irniplc, lo KUeo. Tooniar 
dau. of Uw Uu TIUKUaa CompaK Hmmanb, aw|., 

At It. ULctuMa'a, StocknJI. Ih* Itrr. Ilrni}- 
nootpaon. iBeuiubcni ot 8'taoivall Cb«pel, Snr- 
rt)-, to Emll* Coo-p»r, cldnt aunlnaa dau. of 
Ui« Lata wuttain Ji>nir», o^., ot ttae licllffiMU 
Tdei Soviflv. 

John BaMoo !I««-e>i Kiltotl, px^., Cant. -IKnl 
l.'(l>l Infutilry. In Uirjt. rlilril •LjiiLnlnit dJin. 
Of JaitiH CorbrI, pcq., law of the Una, East 
India rmuunf '• BcDiial Mc^llml Seirloc. 

.^t Wnt IMIdAn, Iha Hot. Bdward Uood.C)ia|i. 
Itlu It. v., in Elaant* Eownua TIardaian, rlibwl 
iJniL. of th« lata J. C. Uattlnian, iiq,, uf Uulc*. 

.11 ^1. John*!, PadiUnitlan. Urarft^ atccnd aon 
of lUw. Biilk]*|f. (Ml., iif n»1l •.)("'<'' I A'lifurd, 
iflddleati, to UiUun1n«, dau. <if Ibe Ule Jwibua 
tUiaklinm*, eai) , of IlriH'k*i'lt-hull, imr IIliI* 
Wteh, SUTTBT- 

JVity 2$. Al UaabrauHih, Fr«d«ritV F^lvuili, 
nq.. o( Hootriite-iiTnTe, Rothrrhaiit. HillMt4[, 
to Sinh EUxaWb, daa. of Cirarv* tlTunrii, mj., 
o( Forse-boaat, BotbKlUttii. 

Jf^fi I?. At flmldlnBloa, IhaRvr. Juhnrhailm 
Ti^iiDff.CimiaofOTfnniaiUIMpu, [Q Lrdia 
EUm Drn, noDKcr iIbo. of Oapi. Urtadtib, 
B.X.. or UMdlnncn-biiaaa. 

At Edioburirt), Drjrdan MontidDi, oaq.,*r- 
ten Town Main*, to llBnarrt Tat', jvmxttt 
dan. of AiHlreir Tail, nq., Kdinbunrh. 

At I'lTmc-ulh. Mr. C)r<..\rblMnaU, orH.ll.S. 
" !)tun*Bitk," to Chatlotie Juw, onljr dan. 4if 
tbe late Capi. Laninnal d, aC F«nj. 

hi Clannain. tii* BeT.RIctaanl Brnit NtfUle, 

lo^aan. fuiirili dau of lli«Ilri. J.T. Uadlyoott, 
«f Ko^OtU Caatlr, Watcrlotd. 

Al HMtiHiibani, Jamaa UlnUrlmuini I.mrU, 
twt.. of Patk-terracr, to EUaa Bertha. T«iiB|te» 
daia, of Jnlin Tiiurpip, Mq., of kfuani Vi-riNia, 

»t N[ I,oki>'», 01d-«l., Rug-h ftwen, f^., of 
tbr lloud nl Trade, t> Emma, younirnt dau. of 
111* laiH tViUUni Saiiniltra. t—i-, »( !H>i.tluuD|it<au 

At Wo tnttn. ccc KeT.Tnotnaa Potilkea, lala- 
>|oiiar;r fniru TinJiot*!!}', KoDlh InitU, to Maaj 
Anne, ctdist duD.ofthc Hrr.F. B. Aatalc}. ViMr 
nf Wonbiirn, Buck*. 

Al H. Jaine*^ W<«tniiB-t«r, Jobs H. rillfii, 
rw|-. of itiiHnr, id Carollnr, jauniiist da.u. of tbo 
Lite John itlcb^lA«, CM)., of S>w Y«tk. 

At New Hi. ?aaoT.u, Ctrra^r, ottlr KM of 0«0i 
Locket. N(|.. of Aalnn-plu*. CarapilM-l*«1l, t> 
Mary, oldart dau. of JoliaCoojwt.caq., ofGraT*- 

b«<jt^ nneblcy. 

At Konh Sodp. rhnhire. M'ni. nrmnnd. of 
iiwlndon. WUu.tMnt aonof Wm.Urmoitd. t*q., 
of Wan-taiiT, IViki. lu Gnqpna Mary, rlilnt 
dad, ot tb« Iflte Jutin tMia^rcj, ta^. , ol Marcb- 
trunl. Il.iiit*. 

Al M.Iamra'a, PtMadlUr. Loodnn, UenrySAr- 

Kcnl, (Wl,, vlde^ aon ii^ llu* 1i». Abraluun 
Sarctni, Mclorof IlfrtTvnUli.ciHjntyTlppcrwr, 
I'l n\n llairlplt. oiity ilati. of !Ui' BmiiJi. Miirrla, 
I»ti<<l5 Ueut. of Wntnford. 

Al CMiiilwewfll.pTadartekTIuniaaDubcdsaail-r 
of Unhj. wUuiiar. l« Cbariotte EUcn, aeHmd 
(tiril'lnn iIbu. of tb* lata Jotia BapdM Slant, 
taq , K.\. 

Al Di^jiiiham, Willa, John Jacnii IttirM. of 
llanuncnimitti, to Loula^ oaiy obUd al lue UI« 
AlfriKl Daih, Mq., uf BniiubJiin. 

At Baaiatt. Dadaa. Unt nt tbc ProtetlaDl. and 
aftBTvardiiattho Roman Pnttiollc f^hurch. Ueut. 
Uortna, uf tb« .luatrlan Intantrv. i« Ell<ut«cli 
luf rain, dau. of tbe Into WlUkm Itadnoi, »i|,, of 
lltraic Bav, Kfiit. 

Aliti Uarj Magdalen, pMkliitn.aarka Oaf* 
ton. 11.14., la EUaabHh. r«iw.i««t dan. vfUwtatt 
II. W. Hawklna, «aq., ot I.ani)Hml4i. 

At St.JamM'hO0TBr, Baron Qui llaumv ItirU 
E«t»n d* Stain IrAUanaum. of Bnl»>Fl^ Id DbI. 

JIuDt. lo MIh ABm Sophia CbrdcD Jonc*. of St. 
amoa'a, DoTBT, 

Al Bt«ni*n. Allrt4 Jamca, eideal mn □( John 
l.u)i» Slordet. raq-, of Clipluani.i'iiiiini'in, la 
Anibriia Jiv^pUM*, HdMt dan. al iitarfv Ua- 
biln. nq.. tA IViainen. 

itav i\. Al All Salat)^ KnlvliUbrtdve, l.Lnit.- 
Col. £dw. Uiinify, Tuiklill Xei^lcp, to Drantlnn, 
(tail, of G, I'. RuuvU, taq., UM of Mlltoini-park. 


Juitu 1. At vritnbledini, Vttt Lord Hrary 
Thynne. to iliv Lidy I'lrica Hl.Uaur. Krond tbp Du^nof Nornrrvl. 

In f-i. peter'a, IiubUn, Captain Jubn n. L. 
Krrr. Mb iKgt.. U,5.[., aecuadaonot tha Rcr. 
Jobn Aftt, Mj-v%<a iif ftllkinin. oo. (lalitaT, to 
Miklililji lUi'laiiiw Clara, onlT dan. of Itabt 
Tin Id )Tuatiii,i>>ii.. M.!>.. llHniiflr-huuaa. Cailov. 

.HBI. Mi'T'a, Umnaionc-od.UiB Rer. Cbai. 
K. Bunlby, Itwloi of .iltaiiTlch, to Sopbli (xNllM, 
aftb du. of tbc lau R«T. J. t>art«aunt. fMBr 
wlok BMitorr. 

At St. Vs-aVf, KJoltbtobtldjE*, Wfinarton rwik, 
•liU-it nun of Ui^ lata Rer. w. W. Pr™, TIcar of 
WUIian, llrrt*. to AnfWla Mnh, vldMI dau. Of 
ttiv lata Ha*, lobn t.ynei, of I oa)cy.|iarli. Ldcw* 

At Hunlon, Ilinta. Omlri Ralwy Bobrrfa, 
eaq„ of CUSbrd-nila, WUicbeatar. to Knina 
!iarab : and, at lilt lUlir Ume nod [ititrf , [{eitry 
W. Ilalley,«wt.,cf Shvland lIurtUT. to Auir<lfta, 
daogbtsra or Ribvi-t rlitBi. cat,, of Him ton, fa 
tita county Af ilania. 

Al Nortli rcibriiun, ftuuol Ilonuti. m).. of 
Baih, to Julw Jaai, dau, at K. <.^rt«r, c«|., 
IntplnMionaB, Iforib PeCbETton. 

At CrMdcn, CMri* Anun, aldcA •»• e( JcAd 
Anaon Wbaalkr, aaq.. oT the WaUrani^ Oroy. 





At UftdHt, lk« Re*. Ilntfti Wjitdku*. MM 

BtMHiitf. fBOM*^ *"^- 01 (^ >»« Vru*!* 
M>wy, «q., of Om Omt NatterB*, imr pbit*> 

At M. FMvrX WnlikMaUMT, Snai. Ui* lb*. 
kt. W. BbnM, M~A . Uto StUur o( Trlnllr 

«ar of bM Mitraiyi luvcdnn of HdlMlk, Id 
aUfM MftMlUu. inlr ■>*■>- «' K- Rb>>m, aaq^ of 

Al I'iMtlwfciw. 0««n* L. BlnUna, flDFRMn- 
>l<4a(. bnci^llcrQMM^ lo UnOm ll*rTial.daa. 

At All BomV. L*aitM«t>lM«, WadkMK Locke 
aotlaa, Mq., TOdHflMt toB of ih* Isia ttobcvt 
■UIUM, «■«.. of IbKffVBit. RerU, U> LoniM Ami, 
••If ^a. or th* E«*. W. Liallo*, VIcu of Kir- 
Mi. Uaaoln, riebMi4i«7ti( KmvpU. Devon, uid 
flM<A«u. •< tk* Um IJt«t.-ti*a.IUckl«KM, C^ 
OMWBdMU of Oorti ArtUlprr. 

Kl t*.a*ar^'m, ChMartnirir, Artbrnr, ■» of 
Jata vruubud, m^^ BmimMI, MtidMoM. IB 
■•f kla. tnan^sN <Lmi. of (ks lam W. PUlpcn, 

mfisr*^- - 

fertnAh l«.iBBla, nMBdilM.oribeB«T. Hiob, 
•ai] Lxtv Cuolnw Gan^. 

J»K* i. At HMfeMfHk. tke £4ri of Gruiard, 
H f., Lotil-LI*al. of Ihv c««ilp o( Ldinm. co 
J««B CUcowh, T<7aiMt>^ daa. uf the Utn II. K. 
Oi H IM Mmwwl aH| , tanw-rly M.F. fur Uw 
•BUJUf ot WcxIbiA and Ladf EMnowIe, ij 

Al H. JobaV Upper lIoUa«>T. H'n>, Dodnu, 
■^.. «r giMmti'ibtf, to Iha4e, ■tcowl Ah. ol Ui« 
kb i-li'ilH Otlil». aM.. df PlenwUtlT. 

At M, Alkmrnui't, Damr. Jvwpk Dfet, t«a,, 
ar SMfl^wiMd. l)nbr<Air«. to IMm EllMbsU. 
tfdMt du. ot lAa lU*. K. B. Abnar, VUac <rf 
M. Att»««*a, m4 Rani t>fun at Diekr. 

At rn«i«>a. Mala O. W. ttliirli. Mth konl 
IUm. tOMit«lt «Mt or lti« bir Ada. BMb, C.B.. 
t» JwM, awMtd dm. of O A. Mnaltrta, m., of 
■-kaU, airopaUie, aad Haixtracli. ntrnfcau, 


At M. Petet'*, PtaBBMt UNt<<U. AHkar 
■iprton, at ika arteiaAier Ooar^ and brolAer 
tf Ifta lArt o( KUnawff., ta UlM Kltai Itattb. 
tklM iteK. «4 Manto Tu«k«r anWh taf., M.V. 

A( »«<lHr**i*. Db^*«, Baben PlmtaL m«.. 
MBIftMI. OiMikc. 10 Uckn 8eoU. onhr £<•. ot 
I VlaU, •<•«.. of l)*M»lto. 
^. r>Mtr(«X Staockttarj, Umdoa, K. Ana- 

r AhU TMiHtc, At*. oT Itia UU Ibary 
rtaaaanB, anA (TBoA^aa. uf Uia lata 

' Wmnl TVmmtwul of WarwkA. 
Al Abardm. JantM Ctrrk Maxavtt, U.A., 
PrateMlr ul N'.tlunU niiliMpk; Ui Nubclml 
CfeUen. lo tUvtftitiB )t*rj, fauMRaai dan. ol 
IrtuAtl ItawM, erf MAfMBtal GnllHe. 

At It. J<*a>-a, rwi^ilhr. C*|irTolw V. Hae. 

, or Ike IHL i(c*L yf B»*har N. l.. to An«a 

«Uan <U>. of Ilia Umr. R. U. Haaaur, 

■r lliiihaei and IIdb. IJaoMi nt ttL A«apk. 

rCkrwt Oiarek, I^DiwM•llHI, Clooirga iaba, 

liM B( G**Mg* lIulMllM. c«|., or rorcat- 

H Berriot Labtk, eJAnt lav. of Aoben 


./M' t Al n. Mar* Maudlins H. LrmiA'i, 
JaM* HJI Valkn. (h|-, of mklrftk Solbft, 
JABJar 1> ika IWIirtk MUina Anklan, laCBnllM 
Ibe?, 7«H>ipal An. of Ike lata OdL TlUan 
I tt ww— . rf IkMwlra, Kmi. 

At fL tieaes***. llaiiMafai.. ntkr]' 0**<>- 
ItHH. «Wm« mm of Ua-rf BrvwMBf;. mi)., uI 
Qraaiwnar.tfc, and Amnkni-lbtll, Hulolli, in 
HMtketh. oklf Mm. of Ctairti» nosar, f^.Dl 
W»ae; laily i. Efa. 

At VtloM, Btib, J«ti« U. PaHanaCfl, M., 

(knikerly ot Urbnrr^f-kaU, rBnterkaA u 
Kmiiii, widuo of UrltwiD rner, e>a., M.IX, of 
CUftan, tale I'f Itnulfotd. Voeluhltv. 

At rhetl*nham, iMwrt Auk Pewl, Hq., Mt 
TMkwjr. ioKMal1««Ui|i,dMi.(rf RotartPtektt. 
t><|., or Chela yiirf-lo^B*, ftkrv^etilta, anil rrllee 
of tbrUte vriB.WMUMunM,aet|..o(Clietwrrnd< 

At CkeUenluiv, tb« R«t. Cuitac* ]tc«en Ctn- 
An, M.A., of IfiaKfleai, roota, Danat, lo Hmrf 
Batie*. «'4ta 4au. ttf Jn. SreMl WniietltathaaL, 
oMj., of CkmM«-«q., CMUeBham. 

Al iloTc. BrlftHon, Unry Umtar. w-and 
nenie^g aoB ol tke lata Ur. AnlkoaT T«dd 
ThovuMi. a»d Act 1I«J«aj'» AdToeate br ■>]■- 
lea, ta Sute, aldeat dan. at the Cuuni de B«a«- 

At AD knuV, iBDiduM-pL. Fradnic CbiclMd, 
Mit of Baoeue) O. ikniUi. ew)„ of 6iMmb.|iii., 
llan^lo IlantBt Uaud, r"<inKe" dau. of PraiieU 
rtB,(«B^^a&d Uic lue Ladf Jetie Pjw. ol tbe 

At Bt. Peurib War ti w e . Dctob, Mr llMifjr D. 
TkooiM, of IstMf, ut Harj J*n>, ilea, ot John 
UewdiMr, teq , EU^lake^Mtue, Sumaea. 

Al niuAlmn, attdflordiUreL Ow Bar. Daedot 
nvmUaa trm&Bi,!* XujmmMt.tUMin. 
of Ike Uic J«bf) tktralt. Mq., nf Hoialaf-kaU, 

Al tha QoBCai'* Iltri*]. Qlu||a«, Gnorg* U. 

fUBdllaiuU, (wq.. of Peiwnc. to Jane FnitfM 
CbarloiUv onl; curilvlnii dan. of IJvqi.4^. 
Ckkrian OardMi, Madfaa Araiy. 

At Blnitnad, Uaata, Umri, only km or BrNry 
IVkeakr, (M|., or Mill-ooart, UaMpahir*. to EUn. 
eaKmd 4>u «r (lie lele Jauwe L«r(t1*1i, laq., of 

At •». tiratfle't-, lll>MM>tlnil7j, Jenwa Kanilli 
PmLei', onit Mill nf WilllMn raiier. raq^ of 
Prf^linJ, Irtlpy. n«ar otfoM, in Pum,* time, 
•Idcat daii. or ihe late MllUan llonij SitfaoMre. 

jMi»e k. Al Si. itlBrT'e, rennnee. Waller J. II. 
MMvenaoa, e»i . Uomba; ArtHlrrir, lo Chartollo 
Aiwa, (lileM dim. <<i Lcnaitl K. WUhn. niq., 
M.TK, and almr to llic Hiiihl Ilm. Htr LameDM 
PecU UUt(;h)rrjiiktk<-[if Rcritul. 

At Ri. Ilflcnu, Ktiranl DM lliuhoiip. i>\i\t%\. 
een a( tke Brr. BebtTT C. Smith. Urclar or Co KlCf. 
OtcMMaianktra. %a Adule Wallaiv, onlf dan. of 
WalpoU de HLCMa. (wq., ol lUirhmtta. 

*-nf*. At tM- Ceorse'B, HuMinr-eq,, deorn 
CuiiibcU, raq., onlf broUier eit Mr AreklhoM 
QMiiibril, tut., of Oaneubi^ DiecakietoiMeo. 
to Manruvt, etdnt dau. or Mr Kdawd Boimirk, 

Al IIUIiiiarbM, tko Her. Ptaoel* H«iaeniarna 
Du BoMlay, Beetoeof BeddlMOM. WUte, lo AileU 
Fi«fa«t, dao. of tlir latr Vm. Arebdeacoa Pinker. 

At Purklfcbunli. Ihv Bei. Cbarli* VsittK 
Ooney, lUolor uf Kt. AMaic'*, OliimxatTT, lo 
m e nek ^oMeet *mh. of IM Ke>. I. B. Coii*r. 
^lakrorPueblMbureh.andllun.l^iiunuf llrtddl. 

At Qitlal rhur-'li. IImI- i-k , Cain. Hoiitt 
Vrhtielllicl..i: ) iiflnHn.(tde«t 

aonorUajoi ' r Vysa Tjrlar, 

Iklrd .tall, of '.' I'lilri.oaq, kle 

or ihD Itpniiii Ol J scum. 

At WteUneiM. UanM, WOHwn Btration Aalel. 
eaq^ Ua>ur is tke ito9») Uietnai, bi Ulorv An*. 
viMORBi daa. or tke laU Ikliard ileaTlitalr. e*^.. 
Ill ttncocn Oqardfc 

Al ttL OeorfcX Uanonr-aq.. ike lUn. Ileiu7 
Walker, Ttear of LvdliaM. lo LtiUo, eldtoi dua. 
rf Ike lalv Ven. Jukni Bank* QulUuawottk. V>M., 
ArokOt^cuCi M IIiitrtlBiiMl- 

•/■>>' ' ' ' ' rTWDOth, Cninbeftaiid, in Ike 
men- 1 xua, Jinte UtII, »^., nf 

Deeori- .liVinr. lyMdOM. la Uaer 

A«n. o-:',. ;ih Hixnort, eeq., of 

!*(iiilli-lnHjCT, 1 

AiH.^iiK-,' ' .1 >eiit.-Oal.Jeh«Alft«l 

Ptrwt. C.H.. C'luuwd'U'. uf ikii tod Ikllallaa 


Marriag^t,— Obituarff. 


«A CoMMMS Oubb, (a ftophla B^*t. 4ia. of 
Ut B«*. JiMM JokB llolropt, wUtehiU, C<X> 
(kMtPT, KDd EmMT Of AMntuft. Eva. 

M RlTRitiaa, WDMan P.iob, r«.. o4 »bHH|1e> 
hall, SawWidMVrtb, Mcfl*. to HarsU DtioM, 
MOwt da«. M dn UKi To<». LMnion. mq . i^ 
Wtmki-^U,t*)ulT uul MbMT o? Uenrj IHum. 
«q^ et Dar*wdf>t>ll, B1*mIhIL 

«l n>lit«ruiaB, ToUo, IkooM, WMml aaa uT 
lilt !><• U LlWm iBB W I, f^., Ot Row>MI. £4- 
noatim, MliUlon, lo tlBMMi«tl tMbelM ronw 
rar, <r(Hui|t>«l4a«.orilMi K«t. Jann 8Mt«. X.A. 

At Hlibnp'i Tavtoa. Ilutata^. BoMbUr Her- 

flMta. etilml lUo. of Ike Ite*. J. ItaruJ Bkktr, 
Mwr of »toW* T«vua. 

AIM L^e^Oiekni.ClMrloUmrteBnU 
Vlfian, M., af tta« lasar TtMpOfi, maottha tala 
1. K. Virtu, f«q.. af PlMelwlHC, SUrilM. !<• 
Hniiw nu Gm>I>I, «Um Mu. of A* Rar. G. f. 
OtUbH'. M.A.. Ituwabniit tf 8L Mark'*, Sovtti- 

Ai AMcm-imdcr-Lrii^ KIIBsb IltaiT Cttmi^ 
•W, Cut fat H.H.'i Ind OklMllDa lldi RmI. af 
PoMiMlMtMiiof J. S CroHrim, M„ araun- 
tdll, TorkaMr*. M mnc«a Klla:ix«4li. too. of 
Jmni MIdm, uq.. of flit ■ijayfiirtt- iwrt, in tdp 
/MMl*. AtCbrUllaD Malfard. WIHa. PTf4nitk, 
aldai* (an of WilliDDi Willimn*. ffq^ot Tt*vuI- 
li>B>lmu>ri njiB»all. und llinioit-eonn. l>r*ccc 
■Itira, la Wnn. }'i'>aKa<l ilun. of iIm R*t. U. V, 
\l Cnrrl'i|tl'in. n**r Xr41io|t«lB, tha Rr*. W. 

i^fDphr[l.l1.A., Kraia.(VII.,aunbii<lte,tan>iib;r' 
pMhI iteii i4 Jim" P>xv, *H|-, nf Slauiil VamuB, 

A< *t r.^ilitlpl'*, Pimtini, lIiF R*v. W. Kilaamr 
UnievMd. U-A.. CunW at Kt. Jnba'a Churoh, 
WakaH aM, In I.Kltla, third dui. of Thna. Thani- 
ua.a*i„ GlmicMta-tirtM, Xonth Baltni*la> 

At SL Gear«a's lUnoTcr^,, JaSn Joaaph 
Wihitx.nq- of KlalfT. NuiittunbrluiiL ddMt 
■an af Jaatf n John W right, Hq., a( ^unaarlatid, 
•a Mirvarvl, anlt nuriTinailin.of Ihc tatolahn 
RjBbuin, aaq., o( Ui> BbUdi. Durhoii). 

At Qlwlt*iibani, C*d<(iill»iltr Kita-anU, r<vi^ 
Cupi. KiQir'* iiloni Llcht InbnUj MiUiU, to 
fleDiitiiu llArr>i>t Oordan antntr. tldMl dan. 

of Lleat.>CaLGR||mr. 

At BriiUara. J. Uolr UaaquML «aq^ wcoad 
■on of ilM lala Cti Uacqaarn, Uailraa Annj, to 
Itarr. anlr ^u. af tte Law Edwwd ^jroM, «■!., 

nfBBlltlHIBI. Eulhiilllll. ^tUIHK. 

At HMdalbtrr. KtlU Vamall. t*4., a< rUliUal- 
pttla, In MaiT>i*T Ann, <laii. uf l>itila] llurtaon, 
«>tq.. lata of Rlntivral, VpUm. r,mex. aii4 ol 

At Creatbarr- Ul«un*ttt*lilrr, Itu Sac. E. f. 
Oatn. wounil mm uf K It. Oiran, of lb*|[v, 
n*at l.udlav, In Haij Aiiaa, jmuifaM dau. ul 

Ma)ar>Ora. Taylor. M rrcattian^ladtfhaiiaCM. 
«< tM H«h P<iM. 

/mm 13. AI St. OaWter^ PinKM, Mut Bead- 
tord Cbanfanao, nm.. H.A^ fre ft aaar of Xctoral 
fmmiraddMi. of Z. Mikina, nq, ctf fltomilh. 

AI i4. Jakn**, FadalUijctoA, Joftn La*, nq., 
«(drat mm ol Jobs La*-, X.I>., JuMnmr*. I>r«k)» 
•hbr, in I'anny, ^Mtm nt Clurka Fnth, oa^ 
bartlaiat-at-law, asd *«. of Oia Ua« Capt. O. B. 
PhltHn. at bar kafcatr*! IStk Uctil OrMeooM. 

Jim* ly AI WMAaM, naavl^baRaa, Iba 
Brer, nweia Bala, Viear td BraadbavpataA, U> 
Mary Bmukinf, oalji tea. of BitnklDs *auSj, 
CM., of OBTfiwrtM hpiwa. Mar A*fetar«n. 

Ai Ulnbnivll. Oitf Orakaa flMpJJI, Mq., 
■« or tte bla AnkBald fiiahm OwpMU. Mq« 
of Shlrran, u laanatta Hlubk^ oolr auahlKf 
das. of vnilua WiBaM. oq.. af BMbla MM 

At Taobr. y. U Qroa Out, a^.. af 8pHl«- 
•Btdana, Mil Laa, Kant, to HaariMUi, roHncn 
San. af Oapl. n. A . UtwuMad. B-K-kCS. 

At M. ncoroc'i. Iluumr-aq., Qvt. ItaaTT 

riiTiiiin- "T Tiiriij ifiiiiiii. jniMiiin 

«aD. of W. K- L. Bal««T. an . of HnrWi-lMdl, 

At 91. Harr'*- Banbnrjr, Jibm* Caekbum, 
anoMl BM of BronwB Piaolrer, o^., ^**rbur7, 
Baita, •« Har; fan*, aUtal dau. vt Sbaartoaii 
C)ir*lariiMii, <«).. uf Btmhufj. Uton. 

JaM IT. At KlilHs, S#M, HiNrr Halnaf, 
aaq., Poat-bpuaa, JMIar, WotaaiiataUM, U 
RItaBor iaakKai, ataond daa. of Tbaa. Jaalian^ 
«., Kllbaaa-niiTti, Krat. 

AI Oiriat Cbnrah. RanMRaM, Botart Vont- 
CinuirlF. jnuatrri aon of BofA MUlar. aaaq el 
Onlliar'B.nnd, Harton, ftnntj, xa Han Jaaa^ 
aicniid ^n. of Uabtft laoUnK, r<Q., tbe V«lc« 

At CbclUDbam. Ibe Bcr. Arthur TowtUry 
Tulat, at Ei>;la. M.A^ and iDonnlMnt ot 
Burnkr. m the ax of LanflMtw. to OiUmtIu 
Somn, ilaii. or tha Ilia Jobx WUmmi, aaq., o( 
lUiion'aiiidi.'r-.Vood«aadi in Uie eo. of Sbdtard. 

At SI. flc*|>tiRB'*, WaMtieni*<r*ifc, PadiUajrlaa, 
William Dawson 'Winakwortb, cm., at Bath, M 
Rmma MaTlAa, only aarrlvlBs dan. a4 P. J. 
Wilmn, caq.. of UtTaCmd-niaJ Norlli, Ba;>- 

At Rl. Oearn-a, twenatt. tha Bar. BMW* 
Tlnconl ttbatdno, iDcumb. otHoTlaka, CbtaUrfc 
n UatiJda EUAbHfa, alOeat Aaa. ot iba lU* 
Bobm Ixbon, rti, ot Liverpool. 

AI llt.Oeon«'s UrariM^ Al«aaad« YniuiK, 
of UfKbuTn-lolg*'. Briitan, to Marf, daii. ol 
itau* Adaig.aaQ.iOf budlaw-hoaM, naar U*ar- 


Capl. J. Horlaw Mamaatl, h> li^ry tMbclbu 
vittHianTCH linud. 


Tub Ea»i. of RAJtFfKLT. 

Hajf 19. At Ihintcnnnnn-imrk, Tjruiic, 
ami 42, lljv Right Il<in. 'IlKnime. Snd Kiurl 
OS (Unfbrlv. 

Till- Burl iJTily itucn.-ciIo(l to tli*> tit In on 
tlie ikt^aKi of hia TallitT on Lhi' 21at of 
lust .Marrh. Tlic dcccoai-d, llioinu-i Knni, 
Karl of tUiifurljr. Viacuunt Ninililiiii^, mad 
Itaixin Wcl!«», ati of Du"suiiiioii, wuiity 
TjT"nr. in the [icPTHp? nt Inilmii'L nmi 
Itai^ri lliiiifHrlji of Kanipliurlii''. ckuii'v 

R«il>««, In tliAt o( tbe I'liltail Kiiifrdnm, 
(•Biaoiiuf Thutiiaa, (ML-l-uhiI ittrl. lij- Juluna, 
dao)jbt«r of lli« la(« lion, and Muat Her. 
WUIiiiiu Stiurt, Arc1ibisfao|i of .Anunffli, 
and WMi l«ni NorpmhtT 13, 1816, He 
iiuirriLi] It) IHiti MiM Kiniineton, lUiitchlcr 
ofMr.JAuitaRtBiiTifctoii.cif Branihnid-tiAll, 
VcirkBtiir<>. br vrlioin lii; IravM a jontli- 
ful fBiuUy. The liiUi KnrI wiw fur arveral 

iv»n a iin^nbvr of llic Huuav of Cunimciiui, 
iQvine renrcMtitcd IfiniKiinnou in timt 
■wrmUy rhnii Jmui, 1^9t tu Jjniiiiir.v 

18W.] 56- U. yUxherbrrt, Btiri.—The Hon. Adrian Jlopt: B8 

1861. TUo bi<« pwr «ru ■ Coiuerrallw 
' In inlitw*. hke hM brother tlie Boa. 
)Wil(:iiiii Siuart Knm, U.P, The *M«(I 

II .1'.' ''[■' LiT-i- Kuri 'ri'iiiiiu OnuiTillr 
I .I'd, bun 


SiB Hb>ii? skukTit, Bart. 
Jmar I. Al Ttuiiif-tim Hull, I ttrbjnlitr^ 
"[ T*. ^^t llvnry riBbwbert, Itarv. 
Itmry, who wu iMrn nn the Ufa of 
17S3, iru til* dnH-rmUtlt of » 
ndf^it fiunilj, wliioh "iM fiondul hy 
the ratapMuiQru cl' WilliHn lli« 
Kornian. whoM name iipptwn in llu roll 
•<e UbltU AbboT. Tbr iWnn^ti piupertj 
nnie inio iliu nui:il,y tbiviis)i lln- inurriiiA^ 
of NU'hrJa* I-'it* lu-rbert, e4 (fjieini, by 
Q(vlv, his wife, d>uabt«r uf BuWrl Krwi> 
eia. IkM., -if ForenwK. Tfala Niehob* w m 
Mceu3tri<a, in KKW, t^ hil ne^w WilUiMii, 
* tarriatvr uf •iJiiiefiniuKiicr.kHil Rccuritvr 
at Veiby, where W uuxtly roided. Hv 
ktiuvrtMl KM-hMl. >lwu^bt«r and heirau of 
[TIiuo;^ liagKhaw, Kw).. of UMkeweUt hy 
h« hw, UDunoit Pllior*. « wni amcl 

., WniiftB). M.r,. who twUTied 

MlMrjTi aUcrt dawhior of Littleton PriynU 
HiyB«U, En|., </Bra>ney. 1>cr1iT*kiix-. )>j 
p.wwBi be ud ianv four mbs adiI Lwo 
icbUrt. The ftxirlh «oit, All«yD«. mw 
■I ft (iMir by the Utle of LonI St. 
i\iti 17U1 i}!i>gutiu)iirricil iu 
IIm lUla bfcniue titiiii't. ^^nlinA. 
. mKrritHt, in lTfi+> 
. Ehi-, (if I.iiiiipjld, 
I April, I^(in.iu Itic 
HU) Hi* yiifc JtnloD 

(m . --'J. in the Tilt j'^iir 

I ullty un, lUe lat« 
K-i, M.l"., of Kr- 
I . 'jailM of Mr. HU- 

)... «ciIm1 by hU wn 

Lftoa lull, wtio WD* 
U iniJi i.r l>ixxmi- 

nod, oil tlic Ikh Df 

Sm»U, only •tnnghiii of 

l!i, K>.i . nf tlw bUud of 

'1 ill lT9G)b« 

VV1)Iiaiu, who 

•ti of Ikrri>y, uuil 

WM njcoeudod 

-ny I'tirrin, horn 

I on 

thu.' tilk- <uk1 

.^'iit ilcocktcd 

■>i .< 'triMl. oa tha 

ki.iUt. I'HhJ, i\£D<a^ ncvitd 

FUk Ut<- IW. K'Dlbun IWm- 



PrnBcn Wriffkt, &q., of LiniUm IIsU, 
NotU»Kbiiin»hirf. At the death of Mr. 
rjaily Knight, on th<i Dth Fi!t<mu-y, IR46, 
ho beqtmtbvd lh(,< ntwUw at Kirti^ aiid 
Wartmi to the lat^* t«n>n«t, wlilcb oimc 
into ho {M«*MBic)D Ml lite d^atli ol iSn. 
Ki^ht a frn vvnr* nltrwarila. l^ir Henry 
i> namdnt in the title aad ntitce by the 
preAcnt Rlr Williun KHxbvrbcTt. who wu 
borumilhnSnliif Ji>Ba,1806,«nilmamrd, 
I'rbnisry SSth, 1836, Ann*, MMMnd daugb- 
tt-f of Sir Itnrrwld Abdl AUerbe. But., of 
ttiu Ulauil »r BarlmdM, by wliout he h»d 

ltBlil.-UK]t. TRR Hon. AnauK Horc. 

^rH 1 1. BrleuiUer-Geti«nl the Hon. 
Adrian Hope, CB^ of the fl3rd High- 
Iiindrn. mhu wu litlled ui tW attarl: on 
l)i« foil lit Rowna. 

He will) one of thii moat anllant, able, 
and popDlar nf the jonag ciimrcn whom 
the w>Hhr» in tlm (^-tnmi and !u India 
hv tirouylil iiitti pruniiiumce : luidaiiinnu 
the dSrli Kig;liluiulL-ni. anJ thuM witA 
wlKnn he tH^trt-d. hU low will he dnttcovd 
nawnald a domcdtiG bereavement. Colimel 
Hopu WW lh« youaf^ brol twr of the lftt« 
Earl of Ucijietcnin, and nncle of the [nvwnt 
pecri ho was born in 1831, rad viiterrd 
the anav ai *e*ftaA l.ieut^itnat 60th KiAoi 
in 1838.* ^^';th thv t*mt»\ Ultatiini of that 
rvgimrnt hu n'rvcd a* c«|>tniu tlirju^h llie 
Kaffir ramiwign of IH51-2-3, and received 
llu: l)r*3Vi.4-nMik of iiiajor for bU »tT\icM. 
On the formatloo of the amiy fnr the 
Eaateni eipollltoti id 1651, MiyoT H >\k 
«M appointed Bngidfr-ni'iJM' to tbr lliirh- 
land briMde. Umk oommandcd by Sir Cu!in 
Campbell, md hi Uiat uapaclty aenvd at 
tti>; Alff'M und l\ui nther operaiioni n}) ta 
tlw luuutb u( April, 1A5B, when bin pro. 
ii'Oiion to niictnieDULl majority in the 6i%h 
cAinpellM hiin to reUiiquith hi< naff ap- 
ifjintioent. but in a few month* aftorwardit 
he ivjoloeid the army in thr Aelil » m^oucI 
Ltentdiuiit'CulDnel of the d3r«l. But hia 
<I(^r\- (or artive ncrviee vras (nioltatiNl by 
IIk' tuTmiiiatiaii uf th« war, and the n^tum 
of ihu anuy Drum tlu Crineat whau Lieu- 
tenant -CoUincI Hove was plnood on half- 
E>T. On tbe 93rd bouig urderoil to Cliiu^ 
e' uai reappointed Ui llie nvii^ctit, and 
with It miled to tta rt-Taitiul dnrtinatioti 
in la^a, where be waa atnunt irnmeilifltely 
placed in cuoiinand of u lirigade, wai'uting 
of tlic S3rd. mnl, and a rarjw of Itir I'nn- 
ianh Itilh-^ wliicli he led to Ili4< n-lief of 
Lw.'hncnv and tbe mbK<iuenl n-oKliaiioe 
to that place tn a maBiiiT that giiinrd him 
tlM warmett appruval of ita cl>i«f. Culonal 
Hope'* death wm otowd by • riiot (hnn a 
St-itoy, win flred h1 lilm, mmi i Astwioe 


OatrvjLitr.—Capt. Sir fniliam Peel, K.V.B. [July, 

or Hlmctt twrntf y«r<K «■ Im! wm out 

Capt. Sni W11.UIM PEBt, K.C.R 
Afrril 27. \t Cawniwrc, Bf[v<l 3S. C«pt. 
fiir Wiu. I'i>fl. «f th* "SJwnnOD." nml omii. 
mnnitw o? tbe \nrut I)rij^i]a lerrinft iu 
t!ic BifiBul Prwi'deiicy. He whh nrvwvly 
WTtt)Di{0(i whilst under Sir Colin l_'ain)il>cl] 
«t tl>u CHpttitv ul' I<«(-ktion, hn: liit ili-utli 
w»i (KCOtstorHKl by miDillpnii. (.'npt. Sir 
WilliaiD Pnl WMM Itain) ikii uf Uio lute 
8ir RotxTt 1*>«1, mid w«* Ixim o» tite 2nd 
of Ncwifnibcr, 1S2-1. Hr fHter«l tlii" iwv^v 
H* niiditli'])iuin on I'onrd thu " PrlncoM 
<;iiwli:ilti'," <'apt. A. Fnn^linwe. Il^ of 
Ailmitul 'Sir lto1ii-rt Stujirnril, in April, 
I83fl, wmI took piut in tlip t>om1>iirdm«nt 
of St. Jonn d'AcTO; from the "E*i-iiicew 
CVinrlotI*" he WM n'Mii'ivrH to iht- " Mon- 
vcb,"widiifti-n<anlii (« tin- •' C'lmitiriAii," 
Capt. I hiid/i, in wlilrh (hip lit; wrvcd in 
Ui« Chiiw uma. In 18li he |i*bvi1 bin 
wuitiiiiiatiun ill Hutli a Urillliint uimiiii'r 
tlwt he called Torth Itic warm culof^niu 
of Sir Thoiniui Hiuting« and Sir CfmrW 
Nnpier, niid wa* fnrthwilb prrinioU>il l« 
tlie rank oC I>k-nU>naiit. Ill May of Ehiit 
vttw be wiM nppnintnl to thi< " Winrho^- 
Xm" 60 guna, on Hip Cnpi: of (iuoil Hdjio 
•tnligij, mid »liorlly otUT ri-inOBiHl to line 
" Uomiuninl'' itwim-Alnn]!, in thi- IWilir, 
«nd ■ulw-qiieiilW to the "' Tlialiit," 42, on 
iIm iaiue Matl^in. Wtr Williuui uru« jmi- 
inotcd In the rank of Cominandcr, June 27, 
ISM, and witi fiiipriiitted to tba comnMod 
oTthe " Daiing," an Uio Xortti Anunleaii 
and Wert India ntatiutiii. Ho li«ld Mrvernl 
minor mmtnuniU until tho mitbrmk nf 
tlin Inlv war wiUi Uituin. Hr vra* cnptiiin 
of tlio " JJiiimoiid." 'JN, in ihy Dliu'k Son 
lltet, uhI distin^ibhcd himM.'ll ^Tf-ftttv 
with tho Nitl'iil llrij^Mil.' ill tljr l.'Hrmii. 
l.'3|jt. i'ool vmi foinpulK'd, (roin irouiidj 
and OTi?r-«crlioii, to return to hi* native 
ctmiitiy bcritn) the fitll of Srvuitiiptil ; Ijiit. 
■t the eviuuiviiu.*ciie[)i. of tbv dillVrmicvt 
irfth C.'hinA \a ltt5t> he wiu appointed to 
tile coiiiuiunil uf the "Sliuiiiuiti," £>t. iicri^w 
frifpil*, urdrrcd on the China Mtiiticjn. 
Cnplnlu Ped had sc&rc«ly reaehwi the 
Chineat WAt«re before he wu ordrivd bv 
th(i Ambanvuliir, the Kiu-I of Klgin, with 
■]>aru truojjii to OiWiittn \a affunl Bwitttmee 
in the RUpprcBiion of lhi> mutiny f>r Uie 
Bennpil anny. Siuci.' the " Slmimoii" nii- 
oliond ill the lloogidy, Sir William Fe«r» 
exertions wiih hii bravo cttv linve bb-n 
unremitting in carrying out the view* uf 
the UoVBTnar-OeuiTul. lie innilt', with 
bk men. a iniwt rapid ptugrcw to Alla- 
habad and (!aA-a|hV«v and iviu ti-vefi-ly 
woaadedat tile capture of, tmil^ 

air Colin <.^unpbeIL Capt Bir WiDiam 
tNid MM made h Companiun of the Order 
ef tbe Bfeth Ibr ku aamoes in the CrintM^ 
and fbr hia recent Bcrvices in India waa 
nominated a Knight Comma nckn-. He waa 
alaiiau officer of the Legion of Hoooar of 
tVancD. nnd of the Iniprrial (Mler of the 
Medjldii\ and had rwirtsd t1:e fvudintan 
war-tnC'dal. He waa the favourite *oa of 
hiK illunlriiuut ALtlitT. It ia related that. 
in aiinakinit <if hin wiu aner Uie wnr 00 tJie 
eouat of Syria, Sr It >bert I'eel ehvuld 
luirc aiid. " I am indc«d jUKH>d nf mv 
■ailor luu If hr liavc the opportunity, I 
fi-elc-rtaln bf will fiillow the h«roic carwo- 
otaat h« amk* to umulatv-NoboD." 

The follawiiiir trihut* bi hi* memnrjr ia 
piililiNhed in a " (liutittr GxLniordiniry," 
OMtiid fiavvTiivr-Gvueral't Realdeiice, Alln- 
haUd. Friday, April 3l) : — 

" Soint Jityiiftmtnt. .lUaiabad. April VK 

" It ia t)w nimhrnrboly dnty of the Right 
Hon thi- Ilcivrniur-l}.-iicnil ta aanonncc 
the death of tluit iumI (liitliiKnuhed 
officer. Capt. Kr William Peel. K.C.B., 
lute in couimand of hur Majeaty'a ahip 
"Shiiniioii/* and of th«> Naval Hrigaile Id 
the North- Western I'roriiHJca. 

•■ Sir William Fcfl died al (.'anmpore on 
t1i«i 27tb imtalil, of imKllpox. 11« h;>d 
hovn wouihImI nt tho cotnmi.-iii'euieiit of 
thr lant Bilvnnre upnn I.iirknow, hitt liai) 
nwiriy r.-rovprrd frnta thr woutiil. biiiI 
wan on bin way to CaleutCa when ntnivk 
hy tho diaeoae whlr.h haa hruu^ht tua 
honmmble career to an early cIomi. 

"Sir WUUam Peel's sorvii^cia in the 
field during the hut soran mnntha are 
vm-W knovrib in Ifliiia and in Kngtaitd ; 
hut it ii not no well known liow (jjrwit the 
valuo <if hia prucncc aiul eiatuple luu 
horn, wheraver, during thin eventful 
jHTi'iJ, liw duty luu led hiin. 

" The 1u*t bi hia dorine hut ihoufrbtflil 
Cflurjge, j<iined vritli emmenl al/illliea, ia 
a ven,' heavy one to the eounrry ; but It 
la UK^C more to he iteplored than iJig loai 
of the iiiflui-ncv which lu> caracat chnrac* 
(«r, iidinimbln birmprr, and fftmtla, kindly 
lMariu2vu;rd«cduv<-rull within bin reach, 
nn iiitliioncc wbkh waa exerted niicciu- 
ingly fnr tbi- pnbiio kuchI, and of which 
iht'lJoteriioP'tlviu'ml belit-vea that it may 
ivith truth ha auid that there is uut a man 
of any rank <ir profeiwifm who, having 
\iffn umuK'aUiX with Sir Willinin I'eel in 
thuae limea of aiixiely and dtuigvr, has 
not fflt anil atknowledirf-d it. 

" By onljY of the Kight. Ilnn. the 
" Oovenior (ieiitiral uf India. 

"O. F. EoXOKBTOKB. Secretary to the 
(lovvmnient of liulu, with the 
Qovemor Jvcncval.' ' 


Obitiarv.— if. /.. A. Precmt. 


M. [.. A. Tkevost. 

Ayrit SS. At Onal Rtuocll i^trrrt. 
iMburf, ftgwl 61, LiTuu Aiigtutin 

II. iSr^nt WIS Iwra M Troyea ia 

CkKnip*gti«;<mtbe6th€f Jnar, 17!>6. He 

" acni of K PraoiJi ninciioiuiry of tb« 

n of Arry. kdiI irbni u buv. cve-wittKu 

ll<« ulclimCed h*tlJe vrhidi iwrk [>liic« 

lli« *tciiiU)!. AHvi tlie &)1 □!' Arcj- to 
■nm oT tbi* allies, he weut tu Purii, 
■D'eMinentlj atwlied kt « cnlir^.: in 
VM^Um. Link- i« kiiov-H uf tbc rvat of 
bi> ««r«CT in Kran», wliicli Aotx uut ■])- 
pur to \\vt6 iMrn ill HDj way rcmultablo. 

la t)i« ^«*r 1833. bo entvn^ tlic fnitiily 
of Ottlpf, RubvijumtlT Kcpor of ttie 
~~ iiiU in ibv Briti*li MuK'Uin, in lli« <a- 
itji i>f tutor. Ilti mnTii]i|>aiu««l tlie 
\j an l\vnt nrtum to KngtantL liul 
hia Ume to git-ing Xtmryit m 
Tmtdi uid ath«r Himpnui Im^nngra. 
Ia 1S2S 1m> nwrried ao Eiwlwit wunMa, 
hf wlioiD Iw iiMl Ku Mil; child, a aan. who 
rmhraced tl>p inilitkrjr carter, ajut after 
wmR|f in variona regilixNitx In I»<lia and 
altwliw» pvrtalifd aini>I<^t thL' U^Ut ca- 
tally, in lli« rat«l tmt ^lurSutu (-Lari;r at 
Balarlar*. U. PrfviMt nt'Ter intlrvly 
n«ot«twI llic »lMck nliicli tliis Ion ksvo 
bin, utd faia liailth. never otborwih' than 
dd'caU^ aluwly pni •my, notwithttaiulititt 
an tXAvm^ made to rciiivigtiratc ar ru- 
ttxm it. Ilift knowtal^ nf kaiiipMm 
that ha [K i a M aa ud . in a grtwtvr ur 1<im do- 
grw, U atitl to havu aiaountvd tu lortj, 
ompriaiae the pritMipal luvMit or «t<-in 
hMgiua of the Koit and WmL hi IH43, 
mnag to Ida at^tainmenta in the Cliloeaii 
la|C*V«> ho mu apiMiutod bjr tbc Tnu- 
tMa or the UHtiib Hoaoum to a )itncp in 
tha lihmry, and andvriunk Ibn tsak nf 
catalDpilBg tbo DUBwroiu aiul viiluublu 
mIvsIdd of Chineae bookt in thul lik%ii> 
tutkm. lliakuoMil«d|[»af CbincavlMNauto 
li; thU intsM mora matured, and in Llin 
eoune of the performance of Ida dntie*. In: 
had raad ■ «annd«rai>l<i portion of fbiuew 
HtOTatiir*> and vhlalowl ui intimate s£* 
qaabitKDK nith the charactora. »a ihiit lic 
(Wcljr saur a character of (t-hlch licdiil not 
kaow alitwr the proniiitrUtiou or the 
nwnim. Eeaidfs Chincav, hr had aUo 
■adied tbc itongoL UaiicLn. imd Jn^. 
tmm-, and pOMaed lonte. ahhiuKb nut 
aa MMnam*, kuowlcdge of thtite lau- 
Kaam. lie likewiw had an aequaintonoe 
with the rqnuU)- difficult tongik*, the 
Anbic and .Vnutiiiati. lic»iil<'H btiug pro- 
fk-ant in Hi:4iri:W, I'liuliin-, fi^tuic and 
oUmT S«imt~K: dUlvcta. Wilu tho ordinary 
^aaieal lan|fua|{«i and llu-ir dtiili-i:tical 
enAioff in Wcaiarti Kurajv, lie- -nai. 

Hmxiar, while b» had rtodUd tlw L'dtio 
dialocts, and oguld raad. altboneh uot 
anetiUr. Cinclic, Wc]<ib, Irish and Baique. 
^'u^iouB branrlxa of tbr SL-sinilJnat ian aud 
Scluvaui« toBgnea, including Bonfaut, 
niyriain. Wsltachlan, vrere not Dnkuovm 
to hiu), but it mnal he jvoniaed that of 
man V of tlie mora Dbacwe dialecta be kiMw 
littlu bryond th« alphabeta, and oould 
only reau thnn h_vinU.>nM a[i|)U(-iiliun, and 
« eiMtjH de Jirtioiinai r*. IIU |M>»ioa fi)t 
lauyua^ «r» iutvnce, bin mode of ac- 
^airla^ them pvuliar. ihio of hi* fa- 
vourite n)i«li« wiu to r«ad throngh tho 
Mitinj wtinUuf B diL-liotiarr.atuilyiii^ their 
aiialo^ee, and thiu ende«vfluriii(f to iuf 
tiriiut tliMDon liiauetuuo-jf. Atothertima 
li« wunld bt^n the atody of a bin|;«aBai 
aa jrvt new to htm, hjr "m wnfUffay wuh 
•oiiie of Uic Itiblea in the nnmotme toagUM 
Mill biBtrua){ca paUiabod hf the GU)le and 
other Sucdetiea. Hie ^reat aim waa, bo«- 
ev(-r. like thai uf MennTniiti, tallier Ui in- 
lerprct tlie laii)(iia|[«« ihau aiail liiinnilf of 
the rich itorw of fcuowledge which their 
ke^ unlock to the human undcr«tui)dir.);. 
l^di latiffuage Ihiu herame an intellec- 
tual pruUMmi which liv fvlt ihu §:T\at<«t 
dfirire to adln, and thi-re were few or 
iwiiie whtdi he oould nut interpret, wbiii 
leiaure and oppueloidtjr wvri.- nH^jrdcii him. 
Tbht, of tsmne, npplica to lanjrn'i^'a aa 
wmtrti, fur lii> |»WKr of •ponktagf Ifarei^ 
touKuea waa by uo racaiu rvniariabl& 
Still be mUBt be reganled aa a rerourkahle 
tingruiat, when the varied eitent of bia ao* 
qiiin>inente 11 homo la inlnti, and ihe Int- 
tDcniMi amount of mttuory rcquttrd to 
mnatcranch a number of words and ttia 
uloiiinita of It iimtiy tutricaCe grammatwal 
conctruclioim. Tlie princlpid idiidy ood 
tAAk ff bid Ufa. to which his Diii.r pur- 
■uila ni-re only cr&lTaucvus ur iucldiiilal, 
w,ui tlio ktndy 0t C'b!ne»-,niid he rendered 
lalnuhlu BBsistanrc to thL> .Moieuni by hi* 
bboiira ill U)i> (vtnlii^ie nrChiiieae bodu. 
Thii involved coneidtnibk' titut^uud tranblab 
aa n>in[uuativd.vli1tli- in thin dir^vtion has 
■■ yrrt biiiu artiiiniilitliiil ui Kiihi^mp, autl 
ibv Cbiiirau lilimry of the Museum, «ii> 
rirU'd l>y the ^poila of witr or tlie purchaM 
uf iiiiniErutiii worka, had become the moat 
unjiurtunt In Kiimjie, aller that of Part*. 
'Hic truuble invoKid In reaiUng prefanfl, 
dcdiciitiona. the contenU of worka, and ia 
wetting vollatera] infomutioD a* ta tiM 
naiaw of authort. and the aga In whkfa 
the; Unuriahi'd. rnid4>red Uu) oom^Uition 
iif a Chineaa calalugne a heavy taidc. If. 
Pr^oat n'uaiiMatiLiiithori hia unluml dif- 
fidiUMi and vutdatj eumbiuMl to ]ire\-eiit 
hU tiiuni'biiif; into jirint, »ut tiiu he left 
nny MS)^. bcliiiud h<m lu aiUat cbn extant 
ot hit stnJiea ia tb«t nriuiu hnnciieai 

John (yConaeli, esq. — Clergy Demi 


«icept hi* ofltcial writl«B libount. Tlie 
rocord of his acquirpumtf wiU lli(V«fQl« 
b^ ehicfljf pcfp«ii»t«l hy thr hm-oUm- 
tioiw 4>r hia frumdn. 1 1» oscvUrnt <|iuiliiii.-« 
oadwrtd hiio lu llitiii, luul Utt wna lulkiwvil 
to hU grave bi tbfi oeraetinr at UivhgaU 
br n tnoiimiiig rortrgi m rrieuow Kitil 
wUmk*"^ ^'y wtjotii a i)ienioi'i»l tu V\% <le- 
pwtoa WMtb and Uleota ia aboul to be 

Joint CCcnmix, Baa. 

Msfi £4. At Publin. nulileiily, Mr. 
John tyCmincll, lUirUt^r-nt-Likw. 

He «ru tbp thinl uf thv »igbt mhw «f 
the ilIii«Lri<iui »;r>^tt>r uid liberaiur, llie 
Late Dunid O'l'Anin-lt. imd wm turn at>out 
til' yvur 1810. [K- wkh oriHwl Iw tie Iririi 
b»r »L the KiuR'^ inii, Dkiblin, but nuver 
foUoitnl tbc Hclivc jutien iifliu jirotc^ion 
to »aj p***- **(*'<>t- S'^in^ mr!y iiilro- 
iaet& bjr bi» ikthi:r vn\o ihc whirl of poli- 
tical ii|:i1atiiii. Iir cntnvil I'nrliammt ill 
Uvmiiirr, lUSi, as M.i*. Wit Vcnighnlt, 
which Iwrcpmn-ntinl down to tW g<,-iu-nl 
elMtbm of Julf urul Aiiiruit. 1^37. wbnii 
ba was returned Tm AUil'On^ w^thuut oji- 
porition. Ill tli>- Miimtnvr of 1841 he wn» 
cbown for Kilktnny, in tha place ot ibo 
late Mr. .losri^h lining, who eschnngMl 
that cxinstitiieiiry f>>i' MiilJIfMn. Thi?K<*o(l 
peiple of Kilkmay spun rt-tiimed liiiu 
M tlifir rppriM-n latin- ut thr grmT«l rice- 
tian of 1(^17 — im botli oocaiiiaiu witbonl > 
contMit. Ou the hut-ttatiLcd occasion he 
wa* cUvtMi for LinHtrirk a* well.aii<l ohnaa 
tuiU tur iliul ciiuslittji^uiy ; tal he ac* 
cefiteil iL« tliil'tTU lluu(lr4>d* hi Aoputi 
LHfil. during lli« outcry uffAitutthd npal 
l^r«Mion. in urdi-r to make a aeat fcir the 
praMitit Dnk« of Norfolk, tliim Karl of 
Arniiclcl und Surrvy, whue fatbi-r had 
givi-ti tiira iiiitiri! tn (jiiit thn ro|<rr9wnta- 
tioii of till? <lui-ii1 l«'ron|[h uf Aruutlol. 
Hnviii^ r«inuiii<-d uut of i^arlUitncnt about 
ny^nr. urn litlW ui<iri.>, Mr. .luhuO'CoiiiLi,-!] 
n-a« cliuH*>u ill Ili'ei-iiitn'r, ll^j3, iw M J', fur 
Cloi'iml, upou the death of ^r. Cecil 
J. I.AwlcM, a ton (if Lord Clniicurry. Ho 
finally rvtirotl t*ix>[ii gini'linfiif^iilaTj lif« in 
^bniary laat year, h iliurt tliiw Wforv ihu 
aeneni alcetion. on b(4iig fl[ipnintnl )>y 
Xiortl Cariude to Uw Ch>rk>li>i. <il^ tl»' Ha- 
nap«<r Ofllo«. ODa of the siiDior^t am) Inut* 

Sid pu«ia ia tho QortTtmiciit patrt>i»a^. 
r. OXVdiacU n-at hiiowu in tbii litvrsry 
world m Uip (vUtur of the "J^ifo ai>d 
SpwdKii" of hU iUtutrioiu bthLT. aad 
aUo a« thA author til two voiumon of 
" >'xrluim«utary Uecollectiuna nnd F* 
ric««»,"~X«np 2Vm», 


Afrit i. At Iha rti'iil ItcMiittaL Lvdcmv, 
and II, Ib« Kev. ITii/icinIt, Xinran, VtVtn tt 
Ktn^> CdlrviF. Cmbttd^f . II A. IM1. M.A. VM, 
ClL>[ilBin n.lLLC,^., Mfi of Uir law J*. Klrwai, 
««.. of Csetg. CO. Gain;, Inlnnil. 

JJxy 10. At Boulocnr-aur-Mrr. Ihr Her. Mi- 
fJinrif ITnJiDii, LL.B. iIbIIi, TiiiillT dribfo, 
CniDbrltlH, l>r<Vfli&Tr ot WrIU il«hi anS 4# 

l.lundiilT flADj, jtiiinncit kui uf Hi* Hi. Rrr. 
RlBttnm WfttMa. U.D., toriiKvly Lord Snlwp«l 
Jfoii 17. Al tbt Meanura, i«ad M, Ibe B«r. 

WHIfi'n FisJuT. D.A. 1M:..M.A. IMO. Oo»«llle 
am t-nlu" CollciTf. CiMbridiw, V. o( UWtllp- 
nrii-SiiiiiiKbiniiur (ISl^j. KcDt. 

J/ay 10. Ak<><] »i'. UM' Uct. ll'iCiam Rarhtr, 
R.A. ISOO, U A. IMl. St-Jobri'i CoIWr. Cam* 

bddBC, V. oi Duififld 'isivi, Liul j>. (.'. □! tjuaro- 

dwi (l*Oj;. Drrhj«hli». 

Slav 11. Tht Her. Jtunk IT'ifJti'M faWM^ 
B.A. 1KI!l. U.A. IMI.Ud Pcllon ot Ttiullj Od1> 

ivm. L'kiatiiiiiig*, V. of Ksndai iiust, WMtiaer*- 
lai'il , 

At Juhnatn'iTn.clvbc, on. Kllk«Aa), InIbdJ^ 
>fnl », ibn lloi. J. W. Itttjiari, Rector uf Pti* 

iW»y !4. Al rjiiior CKirK<'-ilre*t, Ilrfanitunv- 
■quare, Nt*>l • !■ Uio llcv. fVonru b'McA U-ou- 

AireO II, 111* IUt. iri//i«M UaicMfi JWI. 

A/xuM. At DiituKn, >«tdai, tb^IUni, Afr^hni 
Jtadrlif. UfctDc nr KlllBkoon. en. llmUi. 

At l^llrviliiiry.liil^ afad 00, til* Rvt. ITiirfg 
JanuA Sptrltaa. K. of (■•vwoilh iit.A|rDMilUli, 
Cambrt^Mlilr* and BunM, B.A. lAia, M.A. 
IMI. Trlntr CallcHr. Canilirtdin<. 

ilitu iS- A|r*>l 61, ibo Iti'T. Tfifmai BaiJtf 
t'rtgtt, U A. 15IS, U.A. I81C, St. l-fWr'f Cui- 
Wp. (.^jnbililgc, V . o( Wringlo [IflJfl), [Jncoln- 

At llUnlpt-hiiit««, nolvliMd, mvA K, tb* ]t«T, 
HV(r»n. lfa,-t*r.U Janet, U.A. UtH. U.A. IMl, 
It of LUnilcrw itRAIi. Olaiiiuritiinahlr*. 

ITsi^SI. A(tPd 16, lti<! ll«ir. Oeurfi Ptrry, 
B.A. 1*31, M.A. IH3i, lYlDlIT Colli«t, Catu- 
liriilira, V. af Sbitilr-CuniM (IRMi, CBmbritbta' 
ahvrr, tecaoA •unirlna acm of too lata laim 
Pbttt. M<i.. Mooi-hall. EsHti. 

At ll.Coaluajrbt-aqiuuv, Hiilr-park. lb* Bar. 
Ckarlt* a^odrici, U.A. 181S. M.A. ISit, Chrbfa 
Coll , Canluldaa, a. ot Btit«ting i ISU), Narfolk. 

JTay K. At Dupior, and 44, ilie Oar. Fr^ttU 
TbwM MtrM, y.C. at UNlJkton-bv<inrk>wartk 
(leUi, Oerby^blru. 

Al thf) lUwIory Iliv Ibv. Richard XiMtt, II.A. 

inis, i.»i«r C«ill*|K. OEtord, T. (d NotiariMC 
(ISM . Kcnl. 
Al PnintTit-liill. I'aiKaton, uod Tl.tbr Iter. >*. 

W tlif n»pl«rt. Ihi- BcT. ffmry tliiAtion. M.A., 
H. ur [)DW.Fti mu>}, Karx. 

itayll. At Vrtuttn»lM, Uot«<il^ltf. alKarlat 
fcvrr, Ihe Hrr. Jokit Satrtamy, thini surtlii 
ln| nOnof TbiiniuiHani!(iuir7, taq., Of Ii|nlii(floldt 

v'Mnc I. Knildriill. irbllr eoa tUtalSlkUldy- 
b»ll, Oi» R»*, J»hm SaiifA, of Witlluw, T. of 

Itiiilirrtoira. ttto. Cork. 

Jmt 4. A««d It, thv Ra«. ilatiiiana Muttlt- 
vorfA JUrfr*.. B.l>. IMt M. Joba's t^«dl*r*> 
Ctniliikl|[«. R. »fKi-< •'>*"» '19M', lAiinutaln. 

JKiif i. At MKi«ui-itm« VlMr^t, acri U^ 

th- Ret, ir.V( ' - " ^ 1798. TlWlf CtoU 

lc«<.OsloT(l,M ' .<'t>|i«««,OantaMia. 

V. at iluf^n ■ ■•«. aaidot IVmIC 


Jmntt. .*■ EiiiBra«PirlD>' ic Br>. 



Clcrt/y DeceoMfd. — Oihtparv. 


V,A..<,f TunWanWiIU.tewT.ofTfcattaT. u»« 
^uM l>. At Rnttr. apd «, tli« ll»v. JiAit 

Jr*lrr.M..II 1S3S. TTKVllJ-lbU.Cu^vUil^n- 
ttml n-^p)3Lt fifth* R.S. 

' ..'flu, ILA^ t*.C. of OMWt 

t'-r^tf t.„ul,l^, U..B. lUI, U*«lkl<ll Coi- 
Wc, OonAcfdM^ C of PlunUuiiL Wntauro- 

yu« IB. At Ua rart*nn>, 3*, MnUlMi«.4q„ 
I Lwiliw. — 1< ». Juia Bimlnt. ItU UahMl 

■•d BBW M ad til a* meat prMuakF«i vuiUMm In 
Urn coaMxiao, Md bwl b>wi dncttb^ M tk« 
II«r««lw«riH4OTMMlwdbai. lU •» ■ aa. 
tl*v tf HamdMator, and had earned hM Mgfc p(^ 
■TtoQ In tM ranka of Ua icM bjr fho ftxce of 
mliml lalwM»>d MuldDoai vLr-niLtJisliiofi. H» 
vaa HlBMUd bj Di. PrTCtial. oj UuKJlHtra, 
and iiBibhncd iukwc bl* wrlj n*lfMn> Meadi 
Dt.AdMia«rkFBjidl>T.C<>k*. nevHatnaa 
of torianailm and baUU. a Kood dbaM. ■ 
«taT»r iifnu brr. >nd obf Iboretif hlf awaiv of Uw 
poiiiind »• ii>L] u rrtiyiiHu brarmct el Uw UfffS 
aad Inllnrnlml Imljr tp which he was tiUch«L 
*> a iinaoMr, bu rvrnitatkiii dood bdR- 

Ultlf. Bl Ra-Milp. llM Rar. Ami fn/lU- 
•n. ANtr }mr* iBlalfWT or th« UoWrtNa CIumL 
Cl»fti-ib««l, Bochdalr. 

AMiAirom nr cubonolooical oksxr. 

r^.i. At SaMdridn, mmi VtdbonrM. Yb- 
torW, Cmn« Edward UuhUC, wn •! Uw laU 
WHtUwa RaUfhUiti. tw), orErltMiu. 

itwvA i. KU>d tn a«toni, *f«d SI. Ltevt. 
ftnj Ctmttfm Sajtb oF brr Uajain'a KOt 
B(|l, fMBfort Mil D^ itjc Uu Hwry ifltobiU 
•iMiUi. tmn., ot Catlb Wldtnlian. «owity of 
CvrL ■Vbrw «I the Uia Ucliard Hmyxb. na., 
•f BaJlTaatnT.aadatCol. 4iu«lb, &&_ bnftcrl* 
«f lln Wh UaoRB. n» 97th ctapMrd part of 
HricMlkr rnnki- DitWun. «iikk had a wrim 
o( WUhMI ««■■«■ 00 tbc match fnwi BauiM 
t« Uiijcaow. 

V.tTTk II. Amd U, at l>OTt eUnbvtb. (^p« 

< r II ■ . John llucbni Betil. oaij., u^ Cipo- 

4«rlT ol HcaalMlMi. 

\t 'hr ■* Mf foekaow, arcd M, 

< , : :^UtbB.K.I.,(naaiI 

u , ., '■TKcilt. 

-I ■nov,a«rd Si 01)11, 

■tv> , K'i> ' . I.KRtoHVT, «Mn« mn 
^1. Joha Citfka. K.U., UiJ. of U« 

.V-"<^ 1^, lattioliUkWHlu.a»d iO.lMtitk 
Bmltaa 6aaiiM, Eniiita 3nd RilulioB Bidiv bi> 

flMfc •Idiwl ua fkT Ijirlr): (:nap«t, VLcat af Kn- 
pla«b>- i:l. 

: nu*. vUb of CaiM. 


,rtl<lI:ll^ w.i.,a<«d3l, wm. 

la iba 11(>7»I Wxt liiilli 

COMipanT. (bird k« of J. U. 

. a LhUm', Mad ». Cut. 

I ot tiia Uta OrtlBMl air 
t- '■ n.. U(d KmL 

-twilnn, >l nUaMWn, ItHinl, 
-ift "f Atfi^l A MmirH. 

Bf II -ItCt-Vl., 

B*r*ntVpaf1i, LoBdnn. and liinnai!^ I)«p«t]> 
tKartrrma-Ur-Gm. 1» N«t* Scottt. Capl. ll»> 
aalntlr trnrd the wfaolc TWpilf l> Inlcar^ 

uul >at w^it*j wvuttditf !■ iha hMHi «f Ua 

Alna, when iarr)Jnf Uw mliiMatal eolaanL 
vtiirh h« KUlBtd ntd Uw rfftnwm nUki 
aiMMMl tt. r>a hii recnmr he twf>t»t4 kU rnri- 
ami tn ike CrtOMa. U* atlcraanlt |irafM^4 
lo India, aad karlar waitM *l the MMun af 
ICDtak oa Ike )Dlfc or iut«h, «U hUMiMdUt OB 
dut^, h^ Uw aaptaalaa ofa aagttia* And kr Uw 

Om board die " SattQwavpitaB'' S.B., a* PaMaffa 
rmM HwDbiji. Deal. tn-Uritk b^ Ill&BacL 
Boaibar ?i.i. 

4r^»' At li«mr««,£(tiiuil UaogerttU. late 

ties*, of the tut Mmlru f i»lllrn>. 

-4fritt, AlAdmtbiir. utedr. Capl. wUmq 

nean-JoMmiathr.A.Uithllntgalrv.ililnl Ma 
at WllM* Jaoa^ «Ni.. Bar'ilicath, riuil'kire. 

At Lmtkll»w, agn) 71, WJi^iu Uctvfs tla«> 
irajr BankM, CwiMt Tih U'luan, and third 
MrrlTlnff aoB of Ike bila Klvhi Iloa. Ocona 

April 7. At CUcBtta, u«d fll, Ilron nddlac- 
ton. «iq., Coreaer. aUo Cantnr «( the Anhoii 
UiBPaoi ot QRdoMjr, md Pr**t Init of tb* Marina 
ctnm*! b««a« t£« ateand km of Ui* late Mr. 
J anea rbUIaftaa, of CcktahL 

Jprti 14. At KMab. aftd U, Unl. Cbarta 
Buiowk. of the BoNibajt lliiflaaw^ MMnd Mn 
ot Uaiur-Qtm. BucMk. 4(ltw BOMbai Anaj~ 

isr.; It. Kilkd hekre Baohetta. In OitU, 
■an) I!, AHVad Jamlks* Btvalf, Unit. Ond 
llt«l.. mm ot the ■«*. T. J. Bnaly. of Tn.» 
hndca watta. 

J^l IS. AI Bdlaa, nondan^ ac«d 18, 
Sdirord WllOam Ravnawwik Etrran. iul>l«M^ 
n Ml of n . U . 3. " t«DpanL, " eUeat^MB of Oe Ha t . 
H>U>t)iiTT Ertrarcl. 

A/ml'lJ. Lir«LC.V.naTe]Mk,aribaaoMka 

)i««i««it, mha* la ika KM kuiai^«i«nl 

ttarekick. Ha bdoagad to BIr B. ]J^|rI■t4^l 
falnaui. «Ucti nartfeed ia tk« ««pran ot AiM- 
fhnr KitDa Aoft dnia fo. Il apacara that oa 
auKUnf out of Jaaapor*. a Una iod^ of nMi 
irera on ibr fui tit* to attwk ia Edward la tba 
RWimblaaii|iraackioAdn)«bu. 'nu taiovd 
UwOolaMllaaltedtbpl na, udaxnptflcd I'tin, 
brfOM pnwwdlnr futktt, tg dlipena tUi Iwdy. 
and whlh) honrinr sp ttmo fellova pwii I.lrul. 
Uartloek wat inoi tnwa ■ but IB an uhmm 
rllhve. naielnrk «■• at Uonackpofv and AUIQ< 

(hw ai u» Uma or tbe matloj of tba I2U lr> 
ivfulani, <it vhkb be ««■ B<|Jnlaal. Hutue* 
<)ucauir tw *«Bt tut a> a «atuaieer «Mb hia 

iiiiclr, aod ha* bMD befon loUMn w em ainee. 

llu lenalBi «««« bro<i|[bt Into Jaunport and 

hotiKX Ui,nv.- Dflki Caarlfr, April IT. 

^jwU IN. At llowrali. Oakalu. lead M, Capl. 
Chirle* Hawta Kelcblj, BN.I., Ukird aoa of iba 
tUe I'bcMiiaa Kel«blr, ck> 

^jwi/ It. Ai Aaioaibur. Kilvard Fradtetak 
VuaMea, mq., aoB o( th« Ute U J. VeaaM*^ 
eu.. tKtTlH*rdl>Iaw.arlJiarpool,aadof VraQda 
hill In Uw ecoatt of Shioptblr*. 

jJjiWJ ». Klllad In utlon. at NiiCNfiah, Ba> 
hllnwd. aiNd H, Ueot. rn-tfrtck Caspian 
OoMUi^. of the &th Btnfat Calrar?. on dutj 
wtUUwHaiDtaaM Borat, tUoti tot ai v. f. 
OcatUat, «r Pilaie uatiltna. 

4Wb- Allladt•^Bt•dIlf,Chal1«rMdr^■ 
Im, Aadatant-Botaelatendent in the Scaideat 
Embts'i eaw, Madtaa BaUwajr, tha 5«ui««r 
■on of Cliario* ndder, aq., of Uw Innec Ttm- 

Jfril iy At A(luwhiir,orfBBQ>pai, Tallar 
l^ettnt. Dtp. Ankt.-CmmUttn Qtm. Uoa. 
E.t.C.S., aetDnd aon ot llw lata Sir 0. IleatT 
rrteBBir, ban., of CoaaaoBlit-plaet West. 

Aprink Saddntr at Berlin, afed N, ItaT. 
JubaiUM* MOUtr, Um cbr^lafllM, ana of tba 
lowt cokbnlad mdabera of tba CalmtUf of 




jr«f 1 Al DaDUn. Baw*. «U« gT Ctcrn 
W«Umt StMra. t«q^ of Bprina-put. fat tbe 
•ouijr «r LMCfoni. iM ftn. of tb« lu* wotiMi 
Bader, mt^ m Iht aolife bailr of Oroiaad, aod 
|mi4-dsii. a(tt> !■(• L«rt M^mtf. 

iTafS. At Tomato, ■nd II, tb.^acn.CluliI*' 
pkfT VktauT, M.I>. 

Uaf a. At hU tniAMnnr, Mat^L, B«dlbnl- 
tv*. UMl n, CkMln G«ar^ BiBsUttf, ctq. 

Al Ktrkaufl<MfiB, Cbrtumfwh. ifMl U; 
B«brrt OmU«, •B. 

A> nmnll. aUdbwE, Vmt- «»• iir Uw 
Ret. 1. A. Kai(Ti««, D.D., aad mktt of tile liM 
Sir CViwni vrofarioj-. Wi^ of Houirt Wotaeirf. 
eMwt* ol (krtav, IrrlBMI. 

Al Winlvfak *c«l l-t. AlWn OctmTtiuh llu 
•tilh b<« tktnl HrvtTtat im of ik* K«*, w. 

Al Il»»»« l U it » wfc t*J M, fUnl Aaa* n»««*i 
«lMd iku. of UK U& Ueunre Bbvcn, nq^ af 
LI ' ncwato, !■ (k* «Dn>tj o( Pawbrvke. 

Jb^ T. U PvK Ana EHm. wOe of Euccm 
AtfaOrl'llrMos.Cbit. I> tk> lnipm*l Armyof 
rnsM. HoMber of tk« f r«Be« Iin"it)M> nd 
OnMd CMkar <tf diB Li^M of BoMoor I 

At hb i«UnK, CbnteMerr^ B<<<tu*Maft, 
•«H 10, HielMrd cWaM BWMO. r^. 

Afrd It. Jaam Ricbrdi^ ««.. of Dwnblcton, 
a IB* Ma air •( C hwwnvr. 

At Hallo*, wnl U, WIUlu hnkn, eq^ Ilk 

jr« B. At ai. ll«7>hiu«k. amr TWtpaj, 
■fM M^ ftwwM^ MMnd Aaa. of Wh, Wjww, 
«■«., (4 Mold. 

At Xltf, MHtaK V* f> CtarloU* Hair. 
vilk af Il(ai7 Tprr, on , of liMBdafto*. Wax- 
«WkAlrp« a^a KfUM of Tkaa. BavUtai VtekTsa, 
Mq . tt »a4dHifl0B lawar. Italia. 

At Bf)itataa>hal^ Bwvw<.B.TnnL «|«4 3, 
noTMae Ow ti ad u oUr ehtU «f Bb Bawt 

Al BL JIarrtkaMh. mm Tamar. wd U. 
FtMww. 1 1 1 111 ^w. of tfct bW wHmm wyw. 
MB a(ll«fat 

At Knly Bmb. ai*! Tl. WQHm Ttskf* Ed. 
«arda^ nq., — ti r Ba^lrtnla of Ihc oeiwtj af 
^■t wA a. 

JTm*. AsedM.Tho«M IU< 

At BTtatdK. Uiwvosl. TiyphoM, tellrtar B4> 

Al H. 0«ancVpL, CuiatsT, acei K, Hm. 

At AowAm. ItavarMik arlfe rf n«nM Biff. 

fB«. aai^ «MM, Mm r , ' " 

afflwri • r.Lci. 

At Ifc uw tBfc Om^ if flw 

Wlskl, MM 90. lUHi Wklta B iP HI , (1%, 
broMWT oflba late BJr lUcbaH B«MrlL 

Al Mvor-eoA, tkc •«( of hu ntiei*. c r. Omna 
OatiMoiv. ,(*q.> a«nl II. lirul. Fnnci* Hrti>7' 
Bwtm BMiwtt. tTrd Bcant Ught Utlutrr. 

Al TnabiiilcC-WtUl^ anJ U, ElJn, vib of 
JoHt* Downa, caq., oTlMwM-Ul.kMwa, 


Al vietBrW«r.. CUngK, Man, «M af nnrda 
Jaao N«(<r, ai^. of Tppar ^■ania it 
At CMtes. Bilital, Baw4pa Mff, f^ lal* 

JVay 13. At rkMn-pt., OilTiMftin. 
Fnaxn, vlfc ^ lAc Bar. U'Actkatd 
CkaMcUor of lb* Dtoaw of & DwiTa. 

At KlOaUr. Mar^r. nUct of OeMi tm» 
Kn«b, f^-. D.U, aad da«. of Ik* laM QM. far 

At Uo Fn* Cii«i«)i Mania, WaMrwthn, Vtr- 
vicfciAiTr, Chuick Gi«iie. MO., ILD^ lata «f 


At Oate-D«nflwa4i>w«.CUfl«MW«dn^^^ 

nraliL Tlilgfcw. 
•ftd Ml An. ralM a( Jawaa Dca^aMr. aa*, 

«•., ariClteM)N. MrrvT. 

At F«t«e>ioppiec ^T*mA« PstnC Vliia 
•«*d M. *t«> of <b* Eav.T. 1- KtasTtarr. I>- 
at daa. af Ite 
late WUUw Biarte Owmrf. -^ 

At Wnt QanMMiMI.. EdinbvA acad 71, 
IUmM WiiMam Hacdontd. km af Ow taua CM. 
Jaona aad Ud; EliMbalb 0«lfai^. of CItfc 

At lUliM flat* aalb, ABM I>«m, «1fe af iaa. 
?attlMn canto, an 

At htr »>illM[i Konhafearth. Hnta, 

BwwTMta, aUact dao. of Ifi 
At bar ffilMW. Otaad 

OBmbml af Scmaaka. and jn 

Au, mUom of AnUhdd Ca»i*alt an-. ^ 
l.*tA«>ill h0t» ArfJlMkbA, K.B, bailM MV- 
*tt«d • (ktoorita daoffMar an)* fan m— tta. 

Jfelll. li«7,rAt«r EdWBid Bayar. t*q, 
af BraeUanda, aawtt* LantaMar. 

In Ijb^ of teaaehllK a«ad a. ■atert Roe 
•olH, ii i i ud MM af IM IMO Mr fci b u l Law. 
(khck faatt.. al ll«e ct jh w . aantf lOMiamj. 

At kM f«Um«a. mm imm, ■■•da)^ Narr. 

wUmt of tW laiE ialw itattk. eMU Md n^Ctf 
JfoalK. A«cd<B.BaMM.«lfe*f>>*n1 
■if.,«f ti*ai|aal.andiMartar ' ~ 

fdrvta, JaMa Brtt, Ikfeafd 

jfaf u. At fttwcr. v>d n. t^H- '■Ab 


Al rarK wad 71; CkNL Wba, aaf.. Ma af 
MudrtOBe. Kmi. 

At tkr laJd m i t af ktr Mk-te-tav. tfw 8*«. O. 
J . gMty. Ta oanb — . igwl di^ Xaij, nfat of 

At «^«art»aff^J!r'wja^, I. B^k^ 
^gdM..kknJaa(>k l ^ i n .<^. 
A«M W, kitik. «Uk af A, r CMfc, a^, of 

»m9 It. At Ikiifb riM>. JkkTiknr. a«M M. 
Ja^ UanUi Ta>n n«"M> Urvl- af tka LaaA 
UflkaM^^afOaLr — - 

HdaaCa* Bta^ ktmj. 

tn fatk^ Iwaa— dim i 
k<lk «» af BvBkn Btt^K^WMmBl, Mi 
^ rflkalM*. Oi^faa tfidfc. fci—«f fai*- 

rf ^ Mail Mta Ban Wrf*. k«t. 

Al Wtt andlRa--kd. Mod « MM aaar 

A«« O. Own «k Mdt 
IMd BaM, af BoMnibn, EmL 
A«i lOtMtta Jaa a Fwm , , _ 

JtaylL At Hafek IICT^ Ww^wtl. 

i«Bd U, Wat. TMwa, aa^aT Kaanwl. 

onlTwnaf ta« ^ V. IaaK>.«^ af 

Al Ikt taw* •« kb 
aif-. XonkCknr. 


IIM~M>i^ i«ad : 

BryaAa, fcMSn. W.1.^ JMm *t«^ 
«^MR tkpLUlSm ?ko«,B5 

Snt iv«*iiW<M af AakMa ~ - - - 


JtvU- b 

,«lfraf C^ 



tsriui. kiui ii'ii'-t. 

I At Ani««k, Mr. Jimm itnona, Att twmn 

Pto»»JllTT''Tth-"N.^ttir'r W|il(" 

W>ui AtttkFT, 
'itiriivbt. nq. 

«l tt* Kn. Jotui Wi«iWr, 'ir hfvMan, HotllKg* 

JtrayX. AlK];,B««dU,au^irMarJohn 

41 Hsrwirk-ltmM*. CtHltvMwM. Martha ^iti- 
krfk AMM, ntfesf U. r. OcwMA. ni-., 
MMt itM. ui tkp !■(■ ttn. A. J. (ii«v)>, pf l-ort- 

la Um Ow^TULDfU. (ffrd M. Fjlwar4 II. 
■«kf ML. iMUuiart turn tt Ikt Ule Ven. (i. 
n a*i n a, Aictutauun of MaifbxL 

Al Nrw Ut4tw«v Odnr^. uM 9), Gm>. TMkn. 
H«a(lk«K«> Aii4rair Tmckm-. 

Al ftMknln. KMtL A*a«¥lM, WOUmii UiVt, 
KJLCJk. MOf ••■ ml M iIBui Hatur. nq-, oT 
EmMwM, mm )imiMak> KnL 

Al ¥lftwi ItaUod. lC>rTU<4 StnuMt, wUd 
tf Ik* Dm. katen Ibwlnitonh S. Bocm, tnd 
•Mm dM, of ik» bto 0>|U. w Uliui PlL«k Amtild, 

•( UnW MlM^BIIlQ >tlMT. ll«cU. 

M, Motunl Wirwi, Mq., or MaUxUn, 
nn»4, aad IUm»HI, >wu. 
A) M. ^»*— iliB'a. flp-lji. Htfcu*t. allb uf 
Alfcan U« tUv«att, miwk Coa'iii «i ruMfu. 
«■< «««. mT Ik* «tW ttmrr rurlwd, ni,. of 
Itarib Ivypi, Xorfc k. 
Al OnnfMkAU, n***^ rl-*^<tn, ittrt )l. 

ifay :l Ailbr i 
SW of - ' ■ 


■■ Olup^ 

Kbi Dm- 

(or tlM 

-. ■iiiul- 
i'nw-MOiiam, atalar Hwf f 

■ - -TTIBIM on fcT 
Ldrff MaiitucI 

i-r. La4ii Uttn'ot 

u* lus N»niul> of Xonli- 

■ llMllBlflU. 

V '^tm Manwarlna I'llar, 

Th' ilurlutilr tTotl- 

-•■ l« kUn a niititnmil 

., _ .^ ,,., ^, 

asuM faU lUtW tluiti 

... i.UnimtcnMrr-, ■(Til tl, lli-nrr 

WniMiM. till' li'-ofii Artnf. 
ifiuiinr.AtoWfiii lu.r. LiTcriioiil,Jaltn 

iMi.iriii.illt drmninL Capk DdiMi 
fMVMti; iTiiiM ta Bath, u4 h> 

OJIhI Ebi- • I ! uaUoB III ItuycrUilaiKtsal 

Ai a^lpai^brtrto. Xf-t M. CU*abaUl,laatHr- 

J«^a. V' 
LAlTwibti. I a>,i«IU.wlfcof Mr. 

iBBil*. ij .'„..-. Mj*i.Or>iBil. ilis of ihn 
J. ■.Wlavuni T, >-i| uf rtKn'iHTT-rrw 
All^afMiMMicIt ill '*). Hnj^anoiTviit. Luura 
IrifcWi.yiHiitWIitoii. olTfcowW ■Mil«U,0'q., 

At P«]ii«i-«r«K., BnanKen. urd 34, Enaii 
Ibtiliki. wlfr nr Eilwaid iJcniumu DiiRcIl, aiiil 
7»»i.(n»! i!»i.i of Ji>«*jill llvl»»iuit*, tw. 

IToy M, III KbiptoBO. Uafclin. John aTlonnt-tl, 

r^ . TTr. rf(-j-H1*l»nleI<i-C^arlLffQ.,M.r. 

' -t.. roft>ian«q.,ac«d81, AncBiU 

^ <-.'(j*at««llkkht(q., bantnnr, o( 

*t - )' ' ' . le Htnit Mo> 

M <> part, Lc4IUa. 

'. I'lwniM UinfarO. taq. Tbn 
ii .1 (c-ld(Dt iif iW ^an, anil 

f ri i-nnnvTc ■■ ibr tlig* o( tlie 

r I Yootll brHBCll t4 III* Itltlloi Bllil 

) • 1. 

1 trtva, WniUffI Gltt, Baq. 

.iirtj ,'-.. AI KbMn PaiioniB*. RianbrOahirP, 
Harla, vldon al Vit tter. Dr. Kill, l^iion at 
Ktjr, awl KrKiiM trv^miu ut H*br«* \n lb* 
Vkirartltv of t^amteidfr. 

AI OKfoKl, cmMmlj, oblUt on ■ rUt to bli 
hrolkcr. Alvyn Monro, trcond son ofWOIiunB. 
lUy PT. *M) . of t^iifunl-liiiiup, ami SWloimlli. 

At 01om-'>-lani«, IWJ'tilll. lUime, StfM 47, 
FiancH Ana, tranul itnil. oT ibr Ixlo U>llt.*Col. 

t'litrton, at II(«th-ioA(f. rroTdon, Sanvf. 

Al llfiiidFn,- mr. In iUv p<rlaa af SUIi^dalalca* 

b«*ii, aned w, Jut<, rrua of E. DlMduSer. wq. 

Al IU> rp>Kl>'lm-, IVninllintlw ihtllT. Lvida, BfM 

JJ, Jo'm hjkii, tM|, 

Al Mii-(>«, Brft««*, fWTtJ.ftAM, 
JiiliD WlUlam Jvlrrll, e*q . Ot Vrardilf- 

««¥ i«. Al Dnrii-t-tt , MniirtiiMrl-M,, aif^i 
47. Jiiwpl, I'nllMk,eM|..UtE Judav at Uicb.tiatj 
Cuurt al lAirrpuaU and *hl*at ■un iiF Uio lula 

IViiiiiil PoiioeA. «^.,WtI«i« -ot-ls*. and wbo 

pnc-liAt pi<**t(rui4> fO'iiianryHI* naa tutrtMMr 
on Ui-- Nortbern Clmilt. 

Al Kuaiwll->1I|», RIfilitnond-hU!, Auim, »mi 
'}, Harr, wUtdl/oMDhltatUnd, eK|..andelOMt 
dau, of lb* lal* Mr WIl'ilBn Hrff], et Chrlltl*- 

At TiV()iuT. Siliiej Baxalgnllit, wj., of Hortl- 
Mer-lodfl^ ficrta. 

Al lAvor Audi mnliinil •place, ■! an adruicM 
ari, ELnbetli, r«llet of tb« B«t. C1>ar^> JoUn 

^itlu Krctoi at iiftmi TtkttAtAia, bidTU, attid 

Vleir of Dtttun. Xwloth. 

At Alb*n.<itW, Drmboumv. ttrrlii, nfrA Tl, 
MaTTH»ir"<>t. rrbc< of Ibe U« '■"— "■■rT. 
c><|.. nf r Htl^atti, aadTnilrv-*! 

.(/«(-':. ^<uJdeDlJ.allbl«R«McIl' 
cmniiKin. Mr. 'tonsal Bird f>ia4, '...->. .. \' , 
BaUT jrar* o Eonunaad of II.M.'« nruc^r 
**Bktpk EaM>F," and lata I^UKTinlriiih-nl uf 
■Uliptaic la in* Bnjnl Ar*«Dkt, Wo«laKb. 

Al Kmvwjr, a«oJ T4. Ahm^ vUi oT Joatat 
Uioriir, Mq., of lloaacT. 

Ai ih* naldiar* of Dl* mollier, TarrliiKlaa- 
•q., aiR4 M. UMrp Kadlrj, «aq., oT Saotk- 


Al lluinrr-tiidirr, Knnla|flan-iib., Mary Ha^, 
•■irD uf llrotm Uob Way. raq.. bib- l(^]iir Uth 

ALTorqaay, a**!! S^ Marjr Ll't%^ nunmt 
dau. Dfitalalo JaiMaD«ftd*«Q,«aq.,aflfawitlll, 
apac tiU>|P>«. 

AL U* rvMdona^ BatlaiHUa., DabHa, Sir 
UmiT UervAm one at ItM BwMHalknl Omb- 
BlMA«ii«n for iKlud. 

JtonM. AtUaT«ri4R»ee,lkefhnTp,BrU|>ort. 
atcil Si. Jiffli'* T«f'iiirr. raq. 

At kin TiviiWar*. MiUaittFrian*. Battmea, aiicd 
OS, rm|>t- Altiandor 9baln>, XJ(. 

Al Dafbtnwucli-VHua, Sunmwt. afnl M, 
Fraatli I'niiiiani, «n). 

At UrvciKBrwh, Irrr. BaOka, al the miilmc* 
of btr nrobew. Kil^art Twiiihob. rw\ , w«l 
lA Hra. JaM Bnilb. lite of CMMna't-bOl, OrNn^ 
»W«, Kmt- 

JWhtI*. AtCbal1rabaw,afled;i,AaflU«rt«f, 




rdllM of IU}aT-0*a. T. W. Tarln. Uu Urnt.- 

G«T*flMr B^kl XUIIafV Oillrgt, Mid at Urvdl- 

&I tbrwieh, m<^ 73. Mr. JoliQ I'Ml.orOiildn- 
, lAOiIno, Mid l[j>1i»g I>l.tnil, Ilueu^ nhJ 
I of CQcktmwolh, OuBib«l4n<I. 

Ai KlDiCxraul, RnKiitM. Kfftd :*. Jrannallc, 
wire •< BolMMUl Schka^ r*q., o! WobBra-WTt 
Lenilofi, aftil *Uh« 4au. uf tit* Ui» Lttl* 
BapliuL Mq, 

At QuMn'fcgiritHi*, Hjilt-uik, ITttrn. wUitw 
of tn« K«f . B. L. Tovmead. Vkar «f ,1U B«tnM', 

el (Im Uir Ofurg* AogiUDH rotlm, aat-, ut 
Cf BOMkuct, Btm«r- 

Afod U, wmtam IlBarr Vrraon BmwtuiBlt. 
•UmC mmi of Um >m. U. W. J, B«8aduuap. of 
Korku RiiborauKb. B«da. 

M»w,w. Afri n, H«r Judith. wUa •( lb* 
BcT. Ucnrr rolkiwM, ^nnl^ of Hdbqrr. 

Al OrMt Clun KMtur;, Knt. e( btonokliK 

msnd i jnor* mil 1 monlJiB, Oert>nd« Ihiat. 

jffluinM ttalM oT lb* lion. w. w. Addiovta*. 

, AlWln>hmt)T. avcd H. VT>.C--til»iulth. ttiitt 

•r Hr. U«Umi1ui, ■ppAtiiOT to tbc Mthoif U 


Ij,,. , . ,-i, 

ItU.'. ■ .1, 

»W *■-.■■ ■- ■ - ■-•■■■': 

tefta U) Wbulll td illllfl-llll ^C41C* A UIg* 

iLt^vra. k«»d 30, Juai ti. fcuitb daiL ut Dm 
IVA Bfv. Wiu. Mflorr, trf Fdbftoaih. 

Ativi 4!, Cu|>i. W. HH\, <i X>»tom uid Duller 
Una. E'.ii I'.xi'.i'j^k. 

At -- ' - Iad| Vaafhaa. 

At ,< MIM! U0r««udt 

•Ufal . iliiiii'.il. C!H.. 


BVmMU Marg. ' m 

WI»l«y,»Mt.,on>.' , . ;■'«• 


At hU To^dmw, IiltlnnMi&-litS. Swtrqr, %fr4 
81. Jona PlwML aKl. 
Al IUrt»r'> WflK itNr Lfm, 9u«f(. [■«■»' M, 

~.1IBIWl N*«tlL •'Til Of 

'-nil-lUll, iihiI \M<in 

\l Itroiu^ivu. utJ ;8. MnrM IUVbm u»tIm«i, 
I Ifiwu'Mly IUm Duboui. oT ib* TliMltn II<>)«1 
[•k.mUik-. UuttKHnwdta, aiid Uajmaiui,) 
p> Dbtihoi, n^. . wlumi •br wrvltTil 

ilran. Fi>ll«ivy-*liiv«. tuil>. thcii- 
. ivllcV o! (leorv« Uiyiit*. tit\, M , 

'■-.llR Tn";!! Hiili>l, 

"ivl MB nf 
. (UwiWr- 

t«sluul^ AuewUu Bdlai, tiH|., jnnnnlr uT 
lu>y>i MntmM. 

A I ).:>■• .j>4^iti>T, rlny tun-tW, BfnJ ~1; I 

^.iw, RuiMll-«q^andlal»<f Til 
V. .. :.Md at. na»M BUw, taq. 

Ab<ii a. Usiia KUcabofh. «Uc of tlnnti %1f 
M.. o( ncrc^Qrd, aai lliMdMl.«rc<il.C< 
of UuDJofct;, Oudlniiitiltc. 

fmianly ot niMbarr-wiiBni. 

ActfU-road, 8t Jeb« *-wood, Ifarr AMi(i,irUlt 
aX Afidn* Kdirar. «■!., batriaUVHrt-u*. 

At bU naMcnoiy iJinltn-tTora, Koolar-yiti 
*a<'d H, OoargB (iiindlp, r«. 

At 'nuil»TliHo-<T«tl(i, »n<i K, llola*, «i^ 
tba Rot. IfMkfidc C. Mtnii. 

tnfi»in«l ol tfca dMi : 
nr-Mn-, of th* nn<i 
•nao^llialical pufir< 

Ion. Tbti arUtt WM ull**! xiiiu.ivd ^i i^v till 
hl;i.iiliiiif r>'>it.aB.1 ol tb« mual ^ia)»(i<nt tua 
oIl'TtncB. Tn.' miMt tpotbo/ Kclltt'i 
tiad «>' relfu of Kll^ 

Umk, " ..uftT or bla waterj 

Motetnl , jLjjral n-"^3i-ti'i*». 

apllD U tli« bfD, nil) WOT 
arvrral ol bla ptcUna v ' ' 
UMcsMMitcm e* Lje*^ i. 'dj 

Iirt id lb« " I'mcit liliTB 4k>* liuiux .Vrtt"^ 
iwr." hAiUtr. 

Al r>a, n^ad M, tba Baronm- Hats 
wtdmr nf ibo iirMbcr Af tb* tei* Kt&i ol &«4 
fUna tM*M Ml* (on, lUidin 0>nr IWnadMU. 

^Bu 1. At UmJicbIoM, at aa adVanaod I 
C>;i«aln R Vl*Un. 

Al ntfkrtfj-vuu, MiDipcUtr, cUftoB. T«Tr 

tadAmlj, a|[nl S, flitrlu AagilMtn, Oalj- aon 

«( Tbona* ruwoll. m«. 

At Kpptaw, fttarr, widow of WHUuB Tardftf 
tOB, Mn oCfrnSluai. 

At bl« roibltaort Kna^Mi. WoRW*tn*Ura. 
MMl Al. TbctUM XtlMO roitot, M4.. JdmM Of 

Al IMwt'arttn. Dnkr 

OorafaaDdcvAm'nMHMi 1 
•r«M 1, in UBritflB-ffU. I ' :<• 

Bbtft. ea}.. MiB of her Ikjui) i Jl 
IHmm), aiul Mafur at iba RorMiitli. ^^^ 
t4He fnnu a rnf buraUr pavtiao tn ^HB 
Ut«Fn 'iliPitiT 11 WK* in Lb* rnB«r of M ! 
Ina-iotf-iituiru to l^^Inw. tie woaUtrtee I 
lutvur nl 'ii'j-rtr. 

• A W, Mia Mary I'mn., ivU 
rf| , nf Uie HjtKu, lit Uif 

.\; !;>iuu,. tcui M, twtelU, nbkiw iriAalh 
llnniblr. lau . d( Preitbna-bcRiw, XmlLiuiit 


!')-•%.. IWwiiliMii a|Rd U, 

•«. C«i. 

. pr.-, T»irr<d, anr Win 

Milla, Mar HtoekiMvl. 

■I \i^ "Dim. 

wlab, nrol U, 

'■•■,I.~ilU- Al ^Eauju-ul-u-u , liuali-J:. «Ua 





B»*. TfeoKM OonifT, BWWr <« All Halnb wtUt 

ii. I«U«a. Warwick. 

Hnttrtt WiRUm lUlftnii, laq^ol OlenHlrlfC- 
Al Hunt b^*, KnrUiHnbpriaiKl. AbiwSmnniir 

Divvvi «W»« of Otwin A B. Crr^WfU. »*q., 
■ad <»». of atr WOUmd Oaidun Ciuitnuiif . ban.. 

AitWtuMolnr.. Kailbh*linnt,ac«>*ttV'i>- 
ywlto* Kniiwe. nq. 

At P«Bi*;.hmtu Sumj. M«-iiil ittaim, IM. 

At TMor-b^Rf, UchoiDDd, aj^vil V, OirdBa fiv 
Ital';. - MM of Ua><ir II. U nidBUr. 

A' I'llnoi. «cnl SIv Fmuf* Bn»- 

tcr, till Run. 

/•■( t. Al WurtMcn, i(p(1 Al. EdnM Dm*. 
•iq, Tw decnMd Iu4 bcM w«nircled * tlb lb* 
CtarpondHii of Warvbaiu f»r upnriU of Ihlrljr 

7«WS «s4 !■< been UitM nmn Hitxw m kw 
J?ch«lMan-|il„ lb* llin. Mr*. lUobcnl Ca- 


At rWFrrlcli. nrar Filnooth, U«d iS, HsrK 
«llr hT RuWrl Wrtf rr«, 

Al W«inn-»n[M-r-y«fi>, Mfl ", ttiinrj JmhB 
Uul. r«4., .>/ U.C r.ll^ ..r ikill. ud 111 Hut, Will. 

At P^tna.^l^ WMl, TlioMM JiMln [lavtL 0M1>, 

!«!- "t iMnkni'h>pk , Okiik-t^ur^*^- 

r^iUM* o( bar broUiei. aaiM-TUta, 
I 'Mil. b«Hit'»idi., aflnt 0T, ElliA* 
.1 IU«l>«nl VrinMO, «■!., gf VrillMM** 
''1 ' u^bwirk. 

v; \^ ■.J'fTMn. Tii(tmlli»in. •»«d !t. J«»o 
Al III' IV .LMira, alils* of Jutin Onj, nq,, of 
lloUj-tolfx, UBBwril, u>4 Nriitd.. Rurvr- 

Al fVvcluul-hMir. DriitoD-hlU, 8am7.a((4 
Sfl tJtum HontUo Uht. (ki. 

AtClnt1iiuB.C.MDliiir Miiit'tn t«d]rnaritinr«i 
*if' Of Uftm J Jmct, fi.)., uitf nlloi of Sir 

41 Claptam. nirtri M.i'Npt. KUhard U(«TUl4f. 

J—t • • ■■ - "kih, (|[Bd 7i,Omi. 

A' M«rT 1«*I. *"* 

oft' Mi^uri. M .\,. I*!) cMrftdwu. 

itf I < TXD JiioHvi NarahalL *m., of 

!>(.. ;..U1r>rs. 

ill in.->i< Hull, CulinMi, Jokn ftnitb, 

Apil M, niMkrilt, vir* >iC J.'hn FoikUt. («) . 

' Wubbr-tall. unr Kliaaild, biiA Mirttorr u( 

frmltr, *^ , Ce., qiN«B.«i..|4„ W«at- 

Ai |r(iiitiitml<«T<iiail.«*rnvP, KlH|«t«wK. tM«r 

|>NliUa, OwilBlla Kuiiiuh ;iiu>>ffat iMu. ul Uaok) 

<; '- • ■ - ■ •■ WUIUm BmwiU, 


If < '■ I'^'nian, fiq., of 

Br- •' •■' «- 

A ' ■ . ru. 

A t Mi Wll- 

.Tiiu •- U i. ..i-d U, Mr. 

Jtmr* tVxock. 

At OntTi— 1 , f ■' ri-iuTBh. Ml" IWiOl 1Iii>tI1 
I>fliK>t .*!> .\.:> .J U.Klal( Willlau Djaiiick. 

\ L llelnrjainvallmiialwin, 

^1 -iMi^ pf WnltnarliBit. 

A'- ^'(iliara, Xnil, tgrd If, 

JiF iLittnipl f>1'-ll. i^ 

\: 1, K«iil la. fl.ii l.idllt, 

■ ■'■'■'■ "t U 


A ,. t, ■ -■; .- 1. -IT,..,. -.^-Wl. 

A •«, Tatnt, 1 u«f . IKlni «i«. ol 

llw UM 8. T. StrMpe, Rq.i «f lUnkjsltal'i Tuk* 
Wiirr K.l.r. 

At HUiu^ri. M- or CuuWm. N.B.. actd SO, 
ttM> Hoi. JuFt scni^U. 

Al Ulffboip. Lokdott, iiM, wU> of Bkhar4 
Ikdnll, nq.. »IMtar, Nanh Shlriiu. 

Al Mr toMtor'* bow-. Wob«ra-pl. Raa«lW 
•q.. Louin Ciblljr, fotuigw datk of tlM WM 
JOMph Puilvn. ek4. 

At G[otp-7l.. BtUt^-n«d, mn4 n. Capl. 
Rolmt tMict lf*tb«««, K.N., Uu o( BneiiB- 

datr. Karwicb 

/»••< ;. Al IttMJ. f*A at. CtuUlM COCTM 
Bf (lir. lalv Ulb RmI. SJt.L, wit C^pt, In l£« 
T<uhMi ContitirPDI dtirlMt Ota lul v«r. 

Al Uuilvii Hrctocy. I'Tmbnikn'hlii', Mary Ot> 
thMin«. tPlwt (4 ihc K^'. John Urlf>i/ickc. and 

d«B. or th« Ul« Mt WlllMia «Ml L^Jf Buab 
VDninplDv d« Cmpunv. 

Al hn irkiilciici', niU*M<oart, Si«lCT,*ced n, 
Ml*4 KuiKilo*. 

At (KtWIinii. Mfd W. WlllUin AdM, r«q., late 
CIrrk of ilic l*encr Tar tlif (omit)' of Batlano. 

Al Alli<on- UUt, Itnlilou, arnl Ct An. «* Al- 
Mnipn, ililli ilii^i. nf ttir lai« Htn inrt I'nSCO* 
Atklaua. at I lininM.Lt.. %V cUoiiirIaimI. 

Al »turiT-f>ftl^ai>, Jf4>«r. Mar* tUUk Wat. 
bndvr. vtfr at Wtlll*m IllHuin OornUfa, ttt{., 
of ?i<«tinirt'<n-ti'>uv, D»r><4. 

At l:fllniEhaiD-pl., lUniaiuip. tfrA TS. EUm- 
b til [ 1111111 i>lt{ii Lun^uiil, <i>iiitit<al dou. td lb* 
UUr Cifil. Thconaii *icitniia\ i'( hroHLfUi/a. 

9uMf alj, IfPit CI, Clajtva BiU)Dj5ATkB*,gMI.| 
Rarebndn. Kllkmnj. 

Al tUdiflrld-ti'aao. Bahu, affod 7S, Lb^M 
PiffirT. dnn a( John PuIkt, «M|.. of Halt* 
tiViHRrr, Huilv 

Jtm t>. At atinnnalcr. urd 7nv ScUna, vife 
OlltK- BcT. 4. B. Maltt*"il. U.U. 

.M biT liiiuw B( llillnm. at iin ad'aiimd Bft, 
Mr». KniCKiw, wldww ol Ju>«pb ttiuft n, f^., 
KnrnrrlT (.r ItniliUnrx Maovr^iODW. lioai 8ell^, 
arm <aily Cio. of tbv lali! MT.'Jobn Ha>L Of 
Hlllani. Bl<r ■■> for nunr jitat* a mtinliMnt 
ami hlitblr ivp«tcil atanha ml Ui« WaaleyiK 

Al dprirufl, aradlT. VlrbMl Olbba,g^., UU 
ALicnoAa st LiiniHiii. 

AtCbarium, KrnI, nmd Zl. Tbomaa Btiarf 
IVrrlN *M\,. Mimnn, alrfivl mirTivinf aoa titOim 
Br», I". . I -■ I rl», KriiiiH n( Biwt|r)iain. amt 
VIWT in thf tiwinlf of Koifulk. 

Al ■ '"!- ■ f btr bnrtiri tK-law, 

Ike Kri . l>r. iiiii'iii.t'LaKcdel. HtiMiinnb, ammd 
dan of Jukn rblilita, (HJ., Ul« of Cttlbun. 

Al hi* mldmi*, Gfwn.TBl^ Olouois BKtd tt, 
JOkn UeRfftabotlaiA. Gml. 

FaBnjr Aii»p, wih at tli* R**. AiiRii*la> T. 
BrliiDAd. VkAf of Umilhin. N-iiulW. and oramd 
dan. of (b* iBta niarlM Oiiiiiitnn I'arl-h, om|. 

Ur. CDHiBiiatiMker BUmiiuii. or the Baidi- 
m|i((T]r OnM, raa on hh u'lji ritm hia raaMsM*, 
in Srw Btighiifi, m Limicol. In tli» quaitrr* 
bcforihlHi boal. »bi-n h.- wu Mul'mtly oMrmd 
to fiJl do'ii. !<«Teiiil ol tb* pwrcncorA loiBwdl. 
avijr roahnt la hln aaaiunc*. but It waa fv nd 
tJiut Lfp W4- vliollr ritUirt. Tbt dr« rated 
limi)oin.ui hill) pnidrlfd la the LhrvrpocA Bank- 
rupi«r C«un fw iht Iwi i«n ;««n>, EiaTtnc me- 

esMMl Mr. ^(}«aiit Liidlenr, and ilaH>>|l l<la ae> 

rup'itoDoftbf uHm. «unRurtaU»< Far fctors- 
Ircmfl urbanltt and onimraj-. <• w.ll la tiit tb* 
ai<11ll5 wilh ttftichlKdlKSaianlMoJittlnk M(. 
•Itrvrnami wmt mip (ntnt w thr oCIop by Lo»d 
Lfwiliuiit. vlirii 1^1 aiibkinwa liit<d tbv Mala 
a> l.nrd CTtannilUir, 

Jav 1. Al llldiHU roole, Ifti TO, JaliS 
I>iraiii. r*]. 

Acviar.ilaU* kUlril m |h* B)blc4 altd KlftCT 
Ball"-' . " — '"■, )"hn rWaiJnaj, eaii., of Atajt- 


.^1 I .iitnrd-kMlrft Bwlbrt. It — i , 

■ril A" . ., , n... wtito* 1^ wmUB tUdma, 
w^ , (oiMivr, tMib. 



At hlB (mUmim, tn fnacMMt., liriMiUr, 

r7i, Kkrurd tt«»*'>ii. Otiit. mmh n^pn*. 

Old 'J'ltntk 

Ai llir n<tii**«> of Ciil. AtkwKti. Wtltllaai' 
al.licr. tMcK, Hred W. Mr* Mfcbniw n>w«nlttc 

A-.' MNtcMMl«7>l»ll. >ctid SI, Jmw. olfc of lU 
llPT, K. J. MMftoj. 

In St. Otorg''*- Nnraith, ai**! n, J«l]n BM»- 

■!■&< ^4«)> 

At OuBMI-a^.. ni»»»lMi7, mrA T9, SWaht 
rrltrt i.r 0«*f» DudrT. rpq,. of Ocmmi*!, oo. 
Tipimin'. Inb»<l- K.I.F. 

At OvtMd. BrtirlViB. Iff«d T», RUIUud M. 
AinoQT. ciq., lotintrl}' of riml ">- 

Jvt* to. Al PcttT-wage. UrBMnpoo. *imi 
U, DtnUmbi Mur.cj. rx).. laC« at SB6rt-Ul<. 
KMUmmu. rtdett wrvlrins mm ol the Ula 
lUdMnl IduiW. «N|.,at ilulMM), (MW NvtOnr- 

At ImniiPj'ptSorj. UloHUnUl*. M«d U. 
JebD BlialMtipe«r, nq.. 1bI« Praltwor of OrivnliJ 
lat^uaw at Atldlunnliei. 

Al KnrtfHton, mKl », noon^ Bemob. tat\. 

or irvrr. ftt l-^tliiibuitcti, acril II, SWfbtB 

Mrrrw XiU*, wji , c.f K.i^i ■*», WiH>. 

la i>ntafciM-at., W«l<iorlh-rMd, U41A0K.WV4 
il, K- C. lhi«rtB«, wi-, fonnorly cdllor uf the 

At >'orik Onv-kaU, trntr Bfcrin. actd ■», 
(InirrB* MafTf. "Mow of AUnd lnip«r> «*)■• 
M.[>., MOraM Tajwoilli. 

AtbiamMrnm Wantiob TUIm. A<klUon-rd.. 
K-BiUnRtm, w„ ■uodcBi)'. of ittvBM at tba 
bMUt. -frtd TO. BoktH SmU, bm|^ kit M*drM 
MifdlMl avrHM. 

At OraMt fb-rlxTr. R«-rx, AnM Rlnhelb. 
•MOBiIdaB. of ihff (In. Jimr* nimnlteM. 

At BiuluB, •B^riralT, Caratlnr, mldow <i( 
Win. MattUnn, Mq., uil <Uu of ilia lata J«tia 
HsdHlBB DurantL cm). 

....... .i,,.i._ ^ s^.ni, ,-.., x.llcflar. 


jrtj, : ; ,.*,;:.,.„, :, ,^.i»il(e- 

KnnilalKP iif KiHt hwlulA. TIk tlMNtpd 
rtMvl lud brai NbjKt ta •■ UUak « tBfl<a>. 
nintlan af ibn Tanir*. and oalr aiiivnl h) th* 
•littDKirf ikUyiMT. lainlrribkMaitli. from >t<?c. 
■Iian ha knt ra**<^ lh> iinwfdlBff ninlrr. Kn( 
IcatUti M will. Kir Mvard ubtaUiril Imtb t-l kIi- 
KvtM* far a luni>lfkt tron bi* raftUmcnUrr 
dNttM, kni WW taken worMMRin aitT hli uti'al 
■t kmwi. Mr Rrtsaxl Haith hi»i>^ >^> ■>'■ 
atitMl M« or Db Tlwiiaa Pavtil H' 
BaMDvl, by (ka tfUi ilku, of i 
Own*;. >^ «i ►. 
waa bun. Il 

tkl MfT 
h™— < 

At M* wMniM, Rwvrtl>M,i VwAm, •■ed T. 
UxJ'T Itrnt* AattiT, wbo amil H 7CM* In 
India In ibrMndqiun't &<-r<"--"' 

Al AmilbbDniuah. onu Tun' and 

M. MttMla* Vrmfi* ^'crton. ' laf^ 

ton, JiinalBn. arrt -' '^ — -- -I- ■ 

Aibteroldni.' ■<nrA,^rrf\ 

abald> all, ainal ' - "% 

Jwati Al h..L-.-. ,..u.aeB«*», 

'WOltafD Sanlnr. Mil 1i*c., Ukub. ^ 

AiwA }. OwUTt? Duiwcrfo'^. Tvwiflrirt mm «ri 
tUrW. nratbtob). bart., M r. f 

Al iH. I.P(m«rd'>, oBtd SO. Mar^vrft Half IH»- ' 
■HI, wifa af nmniM Qnlli ('■mvielh, t*!}., 
anil fidtat itan. of Iha blr TlKiniu IWiton. 04.. | 
at bfuryt ■■!.. IXini|>*tra^rin«d. 

In rnnmiiclil'aq., >«v4 !•, J*>l> SNtfim Mq. , 

At UaiiltDnp. ainsl K, AbirM<t tVMMiRl 
Hliilkaiii. ni.CS.. swTwm, Gt«i! SuMtiam 

lluilritat. KMia'a-crWH. Lai* AaU>lDBt-nMirMn 1 
fn, 1.....-.,..,..,!... -...I 

:'-<<,a)nitI1, liar;, 

*nr i:rl. 

L'i..-,,v.,. -.,.;-! .... Tiinp-... ttttr 

StStBOMM*, aiRflU. " "t^.. 

al Ihr OfflM of Uaa I'- ' Hie 

OaliititM, Bnd cldieM ■»<"-- — - 1^^^ 

saa., bl« ftfcrtlarit Ut ka Utjnuki'* AUilcr uf 1 
ttMllorw. ! 

At bin ra^ilm^ f-fO.-.™ »aT RrUnl.iMtdao, 
Cea.itrTbwi'- ' lof ibr sili llr*. 

giHiu OiuiiIk. |r< 

At BiU&t'vU. ._ui»tr«4, Wool»lch, 

M«4U, AnMMHiB.«>leU Capt. Imia, Boj^l 

Afnl U, B. C. rVrea Fcunin, aaq., trf I1]iper 
rtovBr-at., DmrMH-Nq., ud «( llwka by and 
Hvbjr, Lakvaianhlrp. 

Joaf 11. Al Lt'CfLtaia ItcvnST. SuA>1k< ili^ 
I*, JotakUlloMCmkrr. Ml., rktb«r of Ibr BMnor. 

And M, Lort JMtlet CTrck Uet*. UM hn4- 

■Alp, wbrH dM-til'" " 1""" -'• " ^'i^f— •Unit 

ivtcr nllkd l\ 

b«l'-paai vknii. , 

and Wttenlnllutb- ' lor HL-und 

itiTtrioM«rik«OMn<'t •• 

Al ib*Cufr*iK f^B.^ .....:. .^id n, Wub , 
Ilrnri' fhljip", r«i , A»rt««n Bufuvoa of 
Sli4 miUlloa of Ihr l^iUalmoi liiint^t. 

S' lliLTi' t. 1 -I' »,|U. ^MPFk'T.^'' -iirr iik^it 7^1 

u 1 

nd *l, SMmi^i 




M tW iMw M tita t<Mbfr4il-hw. Henrr 
JatA, nq„ iX lt>a<wiirUi. Brsr nwScbl. ucd 
«!. ntiH« )4itiiP. MfoTCUBUO, MH- Balliu. 

U rtn>, M. At? SetoA*. th« wktinMi] 

Jit KwUvorth, 4cnl «a. Pr«««lck RawU, 

«Ui>« of Jflkn Mrwaui w^ lal* of CuU*-lkll. 
S' Hilar 

Al NL t-wBart** m » ■■ HKil 411. fhnik. -bMow 
«( Unnr R. UtBfM, «s- of K<>wi4lBj.tMlflt, 
■Mr [i»mb. 

At Cka4f>»-*Bi. BkTwwaUrr, *itn1 *>• Aiui». 

J^t M. Al nfton-«aHl <ul, HL JohnVwnnd. 
iC»«UN^«ifto(CtuiKaJv<in PluntUV, 

W«rtwipk Kins, >r4 »I>. RntH-n WaiklM, 

['lMMarMMli>nih-«i., KnrFui'»-p*ik, UMiAon. 
~ H, Jame* fhrWIvpbrr Kojiion. ••«-• of 
|a»-t«mw, Watbnarnp-pali, PMdliiA- 

tx. uid ilip of DMtear-ifnt, la Iki eo. of 
Ai Wlnekwtvr, Mb* !^>ittu« Nerlll, ;oamr(«t 

dm. or (he liilc W. Nri'lll. c«i.. and «[UFr ••! 
Owt. .Vg'UI, K.N.. a»i iJf. fur ilw nauty of 
BouthampUm utd Uw <V4 a( WlndiMtar. 

At hi* ffMdaiun. SMkviDv^c^ nwatfUlr. aT 
a^ipkay. aartd i>, Jirko fla*«, M.DL, 

AI b*r iaM«c«, TolunUOh-RMB. MldJlPtt. 
■iprd Tl. CUboinn d«B. of l£« kt* w-^hmfct 


Jaar IT. At Brnmpton.TtMnnullabcnChaTh* 
DUna4»l«, cldot •ni otXj «ar>lrUiff aan of dw 
DoD. Baroo I»m ilaii^ td OunUd, Bertikwd* 

At thr On>r<^ T«ic«noii(h, avnl !4. Tiiaola 
it^cd, eiq., Ifcu CtipL In tU lUnr* Dr^MB 


At Bo-'fThtoK-pIarc^ K«ei, Kged 97, thtnli. 

•tr« of IkiiiiTt r«nif|rtBriii" Tajl.*, i-Mi. 

At »iun«4ia>««. )obxk forbt^ f^., lUiMiwiKr. 

At Saiilh«ftlil. tfoA AH, Fmncia WiImb BlUi, 
CamnudidtT uy., tirotlirr ol LMii<.4«i. SLI*. 
C.B., KorNl Blaniita UsM Intaairy. 

{Dnm tk» Sttmntt untd ly (Me Se<ji*trar- Qt»traL) 

Itmtlu Rff^irten-ti 


Birttii liogiitcFcd . 


a »^^ 







V« S9 . 
Jane S . 

u 18 . 

. 19 . 

















ZslLrrS^iw 10 1 ao 7 

83 7 

«. If. 
M 2 

|20 10 |200 |425 1«34 

Bxj. il.lO*.U>U. 0«^-8tniw. U &t. to lA 10*,— Glonr, Si. IOl to 5/. 0>. 

Tb nuk Uw OflU— ii«r ilone of Stbt. 

,. »•. lOAtoi*. 4d. 

-U. Od.U> U. 6cl. 

5«. H.i In lU. fU. 
:i). li;>^ to U. lOtf. 
^ 8rf. to3«. lU. 

Hwl uf CkUlc »t Hkrkrt; Jviii 21. 

BcM». 8,788 

ShM^ „„ SS,3M 

CaI»m «. - 4W 

Pifi -» „ 430 

fOAL-ltAllKBT. JnnSl. 
■ WnllMkL p«r tuo. 1^- <U. t'> Ifu. oa. Otiier wmt, ]2«. (W. ta 14i. &t. 

LOW, |Mf art.— Tmrn 'IWIow 5*. (M. IV>t«T*fa(Ugh Y. C 62/. W. 

ICntOR CORRXSPO.fDB.ICIE-rUiTtW aisni-KKAHitUni U WaK«*ur~llTintioIt«T- 
Wto wu CcnMuM it Howbn? t-Itai*nliaB ot the vm4 •' rcUjr." h ap|iI)mI to 
LomIU^ ^ __ __ _ , 

The Ann*. Armour, and Alilitu^ U«if;«a of tbi» Pourt«entb Cnrtinj 

Skvtvb of Uia Lifi) of WaltA- d« UerUm. a»iiUt II 

EbsIodiI Dads Um Normaiv. « ..- „..«... 

Funter'a Bmbjw ...„.,„ » 

TtwOcnldina „ .,,.. ..„„ , 

UiMhauj AdYoitnrw in T««uid Mpxim 

JjmaUARlAN 8EI>rJtErBK!).-tlrllMi Arcbamhiirical AMxUUon- London tad Mil. 

fK dlMZ4nhMlovi(s]Sadeii'. lU; KUknwj'UMl Svotlt BMtof Irtlniiil ArchoKiUiltlMl 
B fcdilr, lU; LolOMtondilrn ArtUMctunl wad AnhMlafbal hdf tf. ISS : DiMnniy 
•r kBoBM C«M»l«;rt BH«Mln. ur 1 rnfKnl bt thP OOIImUob of Auibntla Oajriw 
■f Mob mnetilal I mttit ttaoi _ ..„ ...- - 
OOKRBtFOVnRNCK OF HTLVAHl'i* URBAy.-C^ta «f Amu In fiimn, Chwetin, Ko. 
TItt . lU ; BoNwu Annomr. 1«0 ; Mr. Lwwil'i Utw oT 9t. Edrad. 101 ; The "Id 
KonuM UairaMc, 1<3; Hoden) TudtUnt, l«t: DMnwUMi nd HnUUUon at 
MtfWBMtal ItHiitliui, IM; Th« SlmrvabuTj PMra«t. . — ■■ 
Binx>RICAI. Ain> msCBLLAMEDira BEVIEWS^pMdl^ OMiUeliW vw KatUftd, 
IM: CutMt'i BrriM OiMpt^ U»; Ajtoan-t B*[l*Ai of ScotUad, 171 -, Pttawp^ 
l»dlui AnUqalllB., Ill; KMb^ Iltotor; ut Ibt J-bmbM Chmroh of BoXlUd, !»; 
ftatali'* nbtar;! uf WidoTu HMlwdhm— Bowbti'i Brirf Mmwriala of Tllaitr CbUcffi. 
Dublin, IH; MctuDln u«i tKMn of th« Ibu- Thoirai KMldan. ITS; LeCtMnllHrd* 
CUteUn-* CMitta d« CMtortarr-Oat Uome Ii>l»od*-.Vf v IMvUacMn (^ OwAktioiu 
— iUcbnd«'a:L«ew>«;aBUuActi,*e.-J«inn'*AMtanB - - 

Moyrm-T nm»LUGK»ani ..,..„ „-.__.. 








TilMiOwM aMl PraArmtnU „ '. . ..».....««_■■•■■■•••»■••>• 

WtxauMtM ^ _, „...._. . _....^ — 

OUrTAKT-wlth Urtminot UwIUrl of <l]*a|»n— Om.Mf Tlua. Ib«k«r, KX.B., liff; 
Ur Xd»*nl >-. BiulM. bt., IM: Kt. Hon. W.'Tbm P(«l-0«ru Pranj, C.B.. IV1 ; 
Lart JaMtM Ork-HkluMl WlUluu, Em).. H.r., IM : Vm. Tmipitt. Uq., tM i B«> 
km Brawn, F.IL9., lltt i Jolm BbokwpMr, Bm|.. W I'Jobt BMBaal Bran. Ei^., M; 
Mr TiirriinfThimhiiim „.„.,.. _»...^...._. — ..,....»...-.. 

tta4sn, arraacvd b) C%raa«laBlrat Ordar „ - 

««|l«nvOM»nj-i R«tun tf XotdUj In Ik* MttrvpoBf-MnbU, m i IMMraloitiod 

oiMr-jiftttrrttMot Stock* „ ^ _....-... .-.,..-m..-....^-..- 








Ub. Ubbxn. — Mj aLtciition hita Jutt 
been aillc'l to on tat'iclt In tlie Okstle- 
UtS'» MidiEiM oT Lh ■ niontK <-iititlt d, 
" IllgTims" St|{ns: lUxtiBintion," i" »bich 
tli« writer eharytt th« Britisli Archonlo- 
git*\ AMoriftiion with iiiiiiuiiiliT>tAnilins 
tbo tMl cbanctcr of tbe object' relWrpd 
to. On bubstf of thfl AMOciation, bdiJ in 
thi* Miuft oftmth, 1 beg; to alati- tl>at vrc 
UTF pcrfcrtljr innncvnt nf tlio rriiiir icti- 
^t«d to lu. ir< have never thooK^it 
them ■■ l'll|^ni«' Signu," hut tlir;,' have 
b^c'i w ilr«Tf[ni(t<Hl by Um; ptr*^*» •r^ 
A«M offertd H^m/ortrtU U> ramus ini'tn- 
beia and non-iDcfmlirri of tin? AswH-iatinn, 
and apoa tlieiu, aiul tli«iu giily, rvU the 
mpoa^blUtjrof the title wlikh the writer 
uoit jnrtlj Mndennni. Haring nireii )iub> 
lirtty tn thin most groaiidlMa attuuk Hp-in 
a Iciinjicd body, I tmrt jronr lor* of jimiioc 
and faur play wJU iiidutre von t« tnvo a 
pUiw in jmir valimblj? Mapii'ne to lliit 
tunuquiTOcal dooial of tbo rbiu^ ii]ad« bj 
7 onr ononjinoM oormpou dent —I am, Ac^ 
H. STBB Cnnse, Hon. Sec B-JlA. 


Hr. UnmAB, — Shcmld Uili be in tinio 
for the Au);u>l numlxT of your eRflli-nt 
Ma^zine, pleaM «t itc, in bdikit ti^ Kr. 
Edwiird feaoiclc. that 1 bnvo mndtf on- 
qiiiry r««pcciiu(r tlic raw of " Remiirkablo 
Excmtion at \^'o^n•atr^," ami the r<>*ult 
hai confimMd Ibi- i«.-curBry of hU irapjiu- 
■ition, ii» pTMeat Rvvtmor uf Wor«j«t«r 
ir»ol Itaowiag nothing of any mtii cim^ at 
dffnred MKnitton, ulllmuuh hv bu hmrd 
a Huuliiip Btory to tliat clTeeL It tn pro- 
bably ono of a cIbjm 1o wliicli uiuy be 
tMlv'Drd tlwJegi-Bil — heloRKinic to jierbapi 
a kundnd places La En^rLimd — abuut »oniti 
tnycllff b^iiitr bcniglit<-d. and in diui^w 
of lowQjt hia life (liy fiilliTig into a rivpr, 
or wmjering over an eitcmsivc liea'.L in 
Uit darknew of tl>c nlcbt), outil the »-i)iid 
of Mme wcll'lcna-n-n belU ntngtit bin mr, 
aiiil ilirtwt«d lit* fuuteto]); iagniilucle fat 
wli'ieb lie built a new tourr, nr did Mmo 
Other act of bent mien cr,— I ou), Ac 

J. Noisx. 

WorcMtrr. JtUy 23. 185S. 


Mr. Ukbus, — la tbe Gnm-ncA]!^ 
Hasazixe fur tlw preMnt nrontb tbetw 
U B revWw of "The Vgic» of Cbriatian 
Lift in Song." And HwfifTigwcr, ipealdng 
of winio mllcrtHnuof brmna which "ignin« 
the Kiificiit hyiniv of tfaa Clinrcli alto- 
plhcT," add*, "an omuaion tlte more in- 
riniMible on lurMnnt of thi) ren' Wantiful 
Rngtiuli rcnitia^npi wliich Mr. Chaitdlet, 
Mr. Copeland. and odien liare ffivea." 
Win Toii or the reviewer do me the liavtmr 
tu Ifll lite wbetli«r theae traiadai&au bave 
V-en published In a atfutibt fbno, ud 
■Kh&* thirj are to be met with. I an 
enpi^^ wltb a bnnther rlerpyainn in tba 
atteiiipi to cmnpUL- a liymn-book, soch aa 
thati be a "flttini; cooipanion t« nnr in- 
(vin[Minihl« liocik of (.ViERinKin I*ni)<T," 
and it in uur divrc ngt to orerlouk any 
•onrre fmm wbieh tnitahle hymn* may be 
ablainpd, mid tiMut »|i«-iallT to obljun 
tile burt iTttiulntioiw of thr anaiutit tiymu*. 

Juig \&, 1868. R. J. 

[Cluuidl(3''« Iljrinn* of tho Cbun;h ara 
pabliahndby Hrwn. Joliii W. Parker and 
Son, Weit ^ti«D<L and Mr. Cop«1and'a 
" Hymna for the Week and for thv 
&ea*on," by Hcmt*. J. II. and J. I'arkor.J 


Ma. I'mun, — Can you givo me any In- 
formation aboQt CoiiHtDUci; de U.«bray, 
ntiri lived t4-i»p. Willinin 1., and wna 
fomidpr of tlio ilti Mowbray Riinily P and 
v>lio wo* Guudroda, und 'S'lsA di Albini i 
Your*, At-, Old Mas. 


MiuUxBAX, — Can ywu iofomi mu tlw 
dcrivLitiim of Folly ? f aee in Ckina a 
»jrt of MarteUo tower i« there i-allrd a 
fi.lly,— (liL-Uurcb fully; and Ui Cli'velaud, 
THanV RidtiiK of York^Ire, there are two 
thejdicnl*' cultac^eo, one called Sir Tbomaa 

J 'Rrolly,andtb*otherSi)nirv 11 'i 

A)Uy; tliey ar« aqnars tiirtv1«d built furta. 
TbMO follies bare nn rrf.-renoe bi folly, or 
fiwlidi, of conn*.— 1 un. Ic 







(Continued fron p. 19.) 

The Gorget (as distinct from tho Camail of chain-mail, 

which belongs rather to the hel- 
met than the body-armour) is of 
two kinds : scale-work and plate. 
Tho scale gorget appears in a 
miniature from Sloane MS., No. 
346, fol. 3, here engraved ; and 
a^ain in our woodcut, Ko. 42. 
lioth examples an; ol" alwiit tho 
year 1330'. llie platu gnrgot 
appears in the Hastings bnuu* at 
Elsing, Norfolk, 1347. Tt is 
worn by the central figure (Cot- 
man, vol. L pi. i.), and by one 
of the lateral effigies, as hero 
engraved (No. 18). 
It is found also on 
the inonutiumt of 
AjTnor de Va- 
lence, 132.S (Sto- 
thard, pi. 49). 

The body-ar- 
mour below the 
waist (in <i0ii- 
linuation of tlic breastplate) appears to have been of chain- 
mail, OT of metal strips covered with cloth or velvet. The 
former arrangement is very clearly shewn in Hefiier's 

Nn. 17. 

No. 18. 

' Caaptm the Tewkwburf glaa*-paintingi^ figund b; Cuter. 


Arms, Armour, and MUilary Uaa^es 

[Aug. ■ 

plates 125 and 156, where the kaughts do not wear sur- 
coata. The latter is exhibited in our woodcut, No. 10, and 
the construction of the defence described at p. 4. 

The upper Pom-point, interposed between the hauberk 
and Bureoat, is seen in the brass of De Creke, c. 1325 
(woodcut, No. 19). It occurs also m that of D'Aubemoun, 
1327, in the effigies of John of Eltham, 1334, and of Sir 
John Itield (all three figured by Stothard) ; and again, in 
the Penibridge monument (HoUis, pt. 5), the last two of 
similar date to the sculpture of John of Kltham. The 
gartaent appears to have been of a rich character: its 
colour is brilliant in the painted monuments (as that of 
Ingham; Stothard, pi. GG): gold roundels or roscttea 
stud tlie surface, and its border, cut into escallops and 
ti-efoils, is ornamented with a ti-inge. It does not seem 
to have been in favour among the German kuighta ; the 
extensive series of monuments given by Heftier is without 
a single example. 

Last of his body-garments, the knight donned the 
Si'RCOAT. We may eonsider this in relation 
to its form, its material, and its decoration. 
The form changed greatly as the century 
roiled on. But these changes do not appear 
to have been merely the caprice of fashion : 
they resxdted ft-om tho altered tactics of the 
time. When, in the early part of the cen- 
tury, the knights and men-at-arms descended 
ftom their coursers to fight on foot, the long 
surcoats of the old fashion were fuiind to bo 
a serious impediment tu their free action. 
The garment, therefore, underwent a clip- 
ping in front, which produced the Uneven 
Sui'coat here seen (woodcut, 'So. 19). The 
date of this monument is about 1330. The 
garment half cui-tailed, the evil was but 
half remedied. A second application of the 
shears brought the surcoat to this state 
fXo. 2f)). The example is of the year 1347. 
Tho full skirt, a necessity of the long dress, 
had now no meaning : it was themfore 
abandoned, and tV 
short, tight ' 


Armit Jrtnottr, and Military Usages [Aug. 


(^ihe Tiiurteetdh Century, 


I nrr 

Black Prince and many monuments of the second half of 

the centiuy. 'ITie brass hero given (No. 21) affords a 

>od example of the new fashion. A few instances, how- 

_iver, occur in which the short surcoat has the lower paii; 

"made full, as we shall presently see. 

Though the geueral course of the fashion was in the 
irectton indicated above, it by no means follows that ex- 
'ainples may not be found of thego several ffanueiits beyond 
the limits there assigned to them. Such exceptional cases 
are of frequent occurreuce in all kinds of ancient monu- 
ments and form the chief difficulty of the arch«?ologist, 
Froissart aifords a mse strikingly in point. In 13ti9, a 
time when the short surcoat was fij-mly established as the 
kuij^litly j^rb of the, day, he tells us that Sir John Chandos 
^jrent forth to the fight in a "grand vetonieut qui lui bat- 
^Hoit jusqties a torrc, armoyc de sou armoine." 'lliere had 
^Kcen a recent fall of sUiet, the way was slippery, and the 
^ftnight, becoming entangled in his long surcoat, made a 
stumble, which gave the opportunity 
to an antagonist to deal him his death- 
)low : — " Or faLsoit a ce matin un petit 
list : si ctoit la voie mouilli-e ; si 
s, en [Missant, il s'entortilla en son 
smcut, qui ctoit sur le plus long, 
it quo un petit il trebucha : et vcci 
'un cjjup qni vint sur lui"," &e. 

Examples of the long .surcoat are seen 
in the tiguro given at p. 104, from Roy. 
MS. 20, A, ij., fol. 4, representing "King 




ur ;" in the seal of Edward III., 

327 ; in our engraving, Ko. 27, a.b. 

335; in the effigies of Bu Bois, 

311 (Stothard, pi. 57) ; of Louis d'Ev- 

:, 1319(Guilhermy, p. 260); of De 

alpiico and Whatton, 1323 and 1326 

Stothard, pi. 48 and 52); and of Charles 

■'Etampcs, 1336 (Shaw's "Drosses"). 

The Uneven Surcoat, shewn in our 

oodcut, No. Ifl, is again found in the 

rasa at Miuslcr, Islo of Sheppoy, here 

igrared (No. 23) ; in the effigy of Bohun, Kurl of Hereford, 


No. 28. 

Vol. L p. fiOL 



i^the Fonrfeenth Century. 


(figiircd by IToUis, and of which there is a model in the 
Sydenham Collection); in that of Albert von Ilohenluho 
(Hefner, pi. 87) ; in the monuments of D'Anbemoiin, 1327, 
John of Klthum, 1334, Sir John Ificld, c. 1334, Inghtim, 
1343 (all given by 8tothard); and in the statue of a knight 
of the Pembridgo family. cngravc<l by Ilollis, pt. 5. 

The Short Surcoat with full skirts is soon in the illus- 
trations, Nos. 20 and 30, two figures from the Hastings 
bmss at Elsyng, 1347 ; in tho statue of Louis of Bavaria, 
1347 (Hefner, pi. 15); in the Giffim! brass, I.S4S (Trans. 
of Kssex Archaeol. Society, vol. i.); in the figure of Giin- 
ther von Schwaraburg, 1349 (vol. ceiv. p. 4); and in tho 
knightly brass at Wimbish, Essex, 1350 (Waller, pt. G). 

The Short, tight Surcoat occurs in the sculpture of Uo 
Kerdeston, 1337 (Stothard, pi. G3) ; in the Ash Church 
tigiire, e. 1337 (Stothard, pi. (II); in the effigies forming 
our nnmbcrs 9 (vol. ceiv. p. 592), 12 and 13, 1340, 1360 
and 1368; in that of the Black Prince (vol. ceiv. p. 11); and 
others among our engravings, continuing the series to tho 
end of the century. The name ofjrrpott is often applied by 
antiquaries to this form of the surcoat, as distinctive from 
others; but the ju[M>n appears as a military gai-ment long 
before the short surcoat is found in knightly monuments. 
It occurs among the Armour of Louis llutiu in 131G, and 
even then it is ''an' old one:" — "Item, un ^ieil jupel des 
armes de France, a ticurs broudces." In 1322 it appears 
in the Bohuu Inventoiy : — '* j. peiro des plates, ij. gipeaus, 
ij. cotes dannes lo Couute"," &c. A particular advantage 
of the tight surcoat we learn from King Rone's Toumey- 
book : — "elle doit estre sans plis par I© corps, adiln que 
on congnolsso mieux de quoy sent les annea." 

Ifearly all the surcoats described above are without 
aleevee. But in the second half of tke century the sleeve 
begins to appear ; at first, very modestly, but towards the 
close of the period, of very preposterous dimensions. Our 
woodcuts, Nos. 1 (vol. ceiv, p. 4), 14, lo and 16, the first 
of 1349, the riMiuiiuder of 13G9, afford examples of the 
small sleeve, scarcely more than an epaulette. In our 
engranngs, Xos. 1 1 uud 50, it has increased in length, 
but not poRsod the bounds of comeliness or oonvenlonee. 

■ AiclwoL Jonnwl, it Sia. 

Ub»t. Mao. Vol. CCV. 


Arm$, Armour, and Military Vaagea 


Compiiro the effigy of Sachwnhausen, 1370 (Ilefiier, pi. 
l33),thatof DuguoscUn, 1380 (Guilhcrmy, p. 170), the last 
Gi-eat Seal of Edward 111., and the statuette of St. George 
at Dijon, c. 1380 [Arrfuroiogia^ xxv. 572). The long, ftUl 
sleeve is &con in the effi>fy figured by ilofhor, pi. 35, a-d. 
1401 ; in the seal of John, Duke of Bnrgnndy, c. 1404 
(Wailly, ii. 3fJ2); and in the miniatures of the "Deposi- 
tion of Richard II." (Are/itroloffia, vol xx.) 

Besides the usual forma of sui'coat already oxaminod, 
there appear during the course of the eontury several va- 
rieties which it is necessary to notice, but of which the 
examples are few. One of these is seen in the effigy at 
Alvcchurch, Worcestershire, c. IStiO (Stothard, pi. 71), 
wliero the garment is tight as far as the waist, but ter- 
minates in a skirt falling iii a multitude of folds as low as 
the knees. Another variety is found in our woodcut, voL 
cciv. p. 5!>0, date about 1340 : here the surcoat, long be- 
hind, is outcut in front in the form of an arch. In the effigy 
of Weikhard Frosch, 137S (Heftier, pi. 4*)). and the statue 
of St. George at Dijon (ArcAa^ohffia, xxv. 572), the lacing 
of the jupon is continued so as to join the front fo th<^J 
kinder portion. 'Hie sm-coats of Italian soldiers in tfaei^^ 
curious carvings in bono, forming the sides of a casket in 
the collection at Goodrich Ojurt, are made of a long strip 
of cloth, having o hole in the centrt*; through which the 
soldier thrusts his bead. 

In a few examples of the end of the century the breast-^ 
plate is worn above the coat ; and in this case the coat h 
long, full sleeves. The statue of Conrad von Bickcnbach 
1393, here given, affords an instance. And a similar i 
jffercd by the elhgy engraved in Hefner's work. pi. 150. 
A.D. 1394. 
The i-^:--r : " TV" '"j— , - T by lacing, buttoning or buck- 
'1 ■ ■times ui fi-ont, sumotimea be- 

ttcimes at the aide, 'llie front lacing is Been in 
, ""' '" 1350; in the *' Romance of Melia-j 
, fol. 213 ; and in the i'tIiij;i4?R figiin 
- ; .! ami 100, dated 1374 and J407. Th- 
mid it, 1'. '■ ■ of De Creke, u. 133 
le c' ived by Stothard, phi 

m 1387 and 1389; and in th 
knjght of the Hillar}' family W 


AfflUf Armtw, and MUitary Usaffet 


Walsall*, c. 1375. Tbo manner of putting on thc«e sidv- 
laeini* gtinuents is sirikiiigly wlu-wn in a miniature of the 
Meliadua mauuscript mcutionwl above, and Iutc engraved. 

I da m tuu^u^ AM. UM ajm, IM. Ui. ann am. 


Ad example of the Btirooat lacing behind is aiTordcd by the 
rclio suspended over the tomb of the Black Prim!e (en- 
graved in St4)tliard'B Mnnuimmts and Labarto's Handbook, 
English edition). Tlie hutt^ined surooal ap[>oara in our 
woodcut, No. U, date 13CU ; on folio 213 of tlie "Roman 
du roi Meliadus ;" in the effigy of Dugu<vsclin (buttoned 
at the throat only) ; and in that of a knight figured by 
Hefner, pi, 35, A-d. 1401. In the sculptures at Alvo- 
elniroh and Dijon, nnnK-fl above, there is a mixture of tho 
two modes. The buckled surcoat occurs in the monument 
of a Bynham, at King's Carawell, Devonshire, given by 
' rjions in his history of that county. 

■ -■•-', Is of the surcoats were usually the rich stnfife 

in favour alike for the battle-field and the 

oi tlie altiU*. Samit, eamocas, cendal, satin, velvet, 

cloth -tif'gf 'Id and costly furs are among those 

imnnly luuiu.'d or represnuted''. The snrcoat of 

Chttudofi won of Kamit silk, ''armoyu do eon 


la that bvUk •« Uba Ciimpttaie FJrfmltri* of 

i:tJ«Tttw .In U t'l.iiikiM^ editMl b; V. 
•ivm wi Ibfw IB*. Uuuet d'An-(, |> U3k. 

of the Fourteenth Cetxtury. 


irmoitipT rt'iin l>Ianc saniit a deux [>el8 agiiises de guculcs'." 
Xu the Chronicle of Dugucsclin we read that Hcuri do 

" Dovunt M bntmlle vmoit vat un gsKon, 
AnnPK et baubergic-z, oouTert du eii^liiUii)." — Vol. ii. p. 9E>. 

Anmng the armour of Louis X. is a quilted surcoat of 

white ocndal : — " Item, uno cote j[^amboiseo, de cendal 

blanc." The velvet juponof the Black Prince at Cantcr- 

)ury is also a Ramboised (or quilted) Ranuent. Among the 

irniour of Roger Mortimer, Earl of Starch, appears " une 

cote ponr Ics joustes, de rouge velvet, ove une Itette d'ar- 

" fent ove papillouB dos armes de Morfomer'." Cloth-of- 

jotd, as the material of a surcoat, occui-s in the Aocjounta 

if JEticuue de la Fontaine in 1352 :— " Pour un drap d'or et 

le soye, a faire un seurcot a parer pour lodit seingiieur 

''{le Dauphin), baiUe audit (trmetirkr, Iv. escus*." Surcoats 

Une<l with fur are seen in the statue of the King of the 

Bomaos, 13 19 (vol. ceiv. p. 4), and in the curious glasa- 

linting; figured by Hefner, pi. 37. From Chaucer we 

learn that the knight did not disdain a humbler material 

for the exigenciea of adventurous travel : — 

" Otfaityan hv wcn-d a p-jxiun — 
For ho wiw Lite cumeii from hi» viago.'* — Lint 76. 

The chief enrichment of the military surcoat was by 
lemldic devices, expressed in elaborate embroidery. The 
art was cut into various fanciful borders ; escallops, tre- 
)ilB, crosses, leaf-forms and many other figures. Occa- 
rioually firingcs wore added, and the armorial devices wei-o 
surrounded by rich diapering. The fringed surcoat is 
in in the brasses of De Bures and Fitzralph, both of the 
8t quarter of the century (engraved in Boutell's " Mouu- 
lontal BiTusses"); and in our woodcut, No. 1) (vol. cciv. 
>. 502), '■. l^ill). Tiie indented and escalloped bordei-s are 
«lh fouud iu our No. 7 (vol. cciv. p, 590), c 1310, and 
^ho Uitter pattern in Xos. 2 (vol. cciv. p. 11), 10, 13, 13, 
1(J, 21, 2«, 28, 31, aa, 39 and 43; ranging from 
1300 to 1400. The trefoil figure occurs in Hefner's 59th 
jilatc, A.D. 1370, and iu tlie effigy at Atheriiigton, Devon 
[Stotiiard, pi. I0(t), c. 1380. The leaf form appears in otu: 

*tMMrt.L001. ' K»kiid.MMl lBT.oftlwEzGh«|uiir,m. IflE. •PB(«144. 


Am$g Anwtr, and MilUary Vnages 


wfMMlcuts, No8. 11, 32 and :J7, of the dates 1372, UOO and 
1401. Compare thr offigies of Littli'bury, llifiO, aud Mon- 
taeuto, 13S<J (Stotliard, y\. 75 and 94), and tliat of Sach- 
scnhauscn, 1370 (Ilcfner, pi. 133). Id the statue of 
Ilohenlohe, 13iy (JlcfniT, pi. 87), the border omamt'Jit 
takes the form nf a cross. Tlio orraoricd snrcoat occurs 
throughout tho centtiry. Early examples appear on the 
Great Seal of JRobert Bnico. ISOC (Ijiing's Scottish Scale, 
p 6), and the effigy of Du Bois, 131 J (Stothard, pi. 57). 
Other instances are afforded by our woodcuts, Nos, 34, 20, 
36, 12, 11, 2 (vol. cciv. p. 11) and 20 ; datmg &om about 
1330 to UOO. 

It is sinf^ular that on monumental brasses the heraldic 
bearings of the *' coat of arms" are very rarely exprossed. 
Among the few instances that occur is the one here given j 
the memorial of Sir George Felbrigge, 1400, at Playford, 
Suffolk. Occasionally the surcoat is powdered with the 
heraldic design, as in our woodcut, No. 1 (vol. cciv. p. 4), 
A.D. 1349, and in the figure given by Hefaer, pi. 133, a.d. 
1370. 'ITie effigy of an Italian knight (woodcut. No. 27), 
dated 1335, offers a curious ilivcrsity, in presenting a band 
of escutcheons passing across the breast. Among the monu- 
ments in which the field of the heraldic device is enriched 
by diapering, may be named those tigurud by Stothard, tho 
statues of Du Bois, e. 1380, and Sir Guy Itryan, 1391. 

llie mode of forming the armorial surcont is shewn 
by the relic suspended over the tomb of the Black Princo 
at Canterbury, tho only example of this ancient time 
that has come down to us. The basis of the garment 
is fine buckram, which is quilted in vertical stripes to 
the thickness of three-qitarters of an inch: the facing 
is velvet, now faded to a pale yellowish brown ; and 
the lions and jUun-(h-lii are expressed, by an embroidery 
of gold throad. In form the surcoat is short, like that of 
the effigy (woodcut, No. 2, vol. ociv. p. 11): it has short 
Bleeves, heraldicaUy decorated, and is fastened by lacing 
behind. This most curious relic is admirably figured by 
Stothard at the end of his di^^cription of the statue of the 
Black Princo. Fiutiier light is thrown on the dcoorativo 
proces!* in usi; for the eurii-hed surcoat of this time by the 
Accounts of Kricnno do la Fontaine in 1352. A "tuniclo" 
f'tr the Dauphin is there found, nmde of ycUow vel 


of the Fourteenth Century. 


No. 26. 


Amu, Armour, and MUUary Usaffes 


■with fine red velvet for the heraldic ornaments, and havioi 
borders of pearls round the figures al Jieurs-^lc-lix whicf 
formed part of the decorations : — " Pour U. anncs de vcl-^ 
luyaii jaune, pour faire une tunicle, xii. escus. Pour iii 
auues de veluyau vermoil, fin, a armoicr la tnnifle, &< 
Pour ii. onces xv. csterllius de perles, a pourtiller iej 
fieurs de liz de la tunicle: c. sols parisis ronce, xiiil 
XV*. paiisie'." 

The arra-defences of the fourteenth century are very 
various, especially during the first lialf of the period. And 
this variety is the more perplexing to the student, from th^H 
fact that the same monument sometimes offers differeiifl^ 
arrangements, which ordinarily would be taken to imply 
a sequence of inventions. Thus, in the tomb-sculpttires 
of Ajrmcr de Valence in Westminster Abbey, 1323, w^j 
have three distinct armings, one figure having a sleov^H 
entirely of chain-mail, and another an arm-defence of coni-^^ 
plote plate (Stothard, platea 4S and 49). Again, while Wi 
find the In-achwrcs of plat* at the period named above, 
meet with them of mail and plate mLted, as late as I3i) 
(wuodcut, Ho. 29). And in monuments of a very advanced 
time we even see the sleeves made of chain-mail alone, as 
m our woodcuts, Jios. 14, 15 and 16, of 13fiU; and the 
statue of lliigliu von Schoneck, 1374 (Hofiior, pi. 22). 

Among the examples of mixed fobrios, some are of chain- 
mail partially covered with plate, as iu our woodcuts, Noa^H 
30, 11, 39 and 29, and the Gorleston brass, c l.S25(Stothard,^ 
pi. 51), the effigy of Lord Bunioll, 1382 (Boutell's "Bi-assea 
and Slabs," p. 54), and the statue of Heiitrich vun Erbach, 
1387 (Hefner, pi, 125). Some have wide mail sleeves 
with discs and scale-work (woodcut, No. 23) ; some, chain- 
mail sleeves with discs and plate (woodeut, No, 19, and 
St«thard, pi. fil)) ; others have the cixain-work sleeve with 
plate and pouriHiiuting( woodcut, No. 27); others, again, the 
cliain-slwivc with discs and pourpoint only (woodcut. No. 9 
(ml. ceiv. p. 692), and Uc&er, pi. 146); while a sixths 
raricty exhibits the mail sloove overlying a vambraoe o^| 
plate and surrn'Minlt-d l>y an e|Kiuletto of st^e-work (Ilef-^^ 
T" '■ I'L S7). Further divi*n*ities are the following: — 
armour placed over chain-mail (see woodcut. No. 1, 
k*«iL ceiv. p. 4); mail-sU'PVi's having strips of metal laced 
M,,. upper aide (llufiusr, pi. 59); vaiabraces of pla 


o/ the Fourteenth Century. 


QMMt. Has. Vol CCV. 

114 Arms, Annour, JjfC. [Aag. 

with rorcbraces of liandeil-miiil (woodcut, No. 5, vol. cciv. 
p. 4fi5); pliite rerebmcL'S, witli tlu" foj-e-arni of pourpoin- 
tcrio (St^Jtllar(l, pi. (il); ami briissanls of plate, wilh fi 
short sleeve of ohuin-mail (Stuthard, pi. (iO). Tu roc<trd all 
the varieties of combination wouUl fill a volume — and a 
very dull one. 

Arm-defences of plate alone, appear about 1H25, but do 
not become general till the second half of the century. 
Early examples are offered by the statue of JJe Boh\ia 
(HoUis, pt. 4) and the bas-relief of Do Valence (Stothard, 
pi. 49). See also the rcmbridg<' tigm*e, c. 1330 (Hollis, 
pt. 5); that of Ifield, c. U35 (Stolhard, pi. 59); of the 
Count of Alengon, 1340 (Oiiilhermy, p. 278); and our 
woodcuttt, Nos, 12j 13^ 2 (vol. cciv. p. 11), 21. 33 and 2(>j 
of the years 13G0, l3(iS, 1370, 1380, 1393 and 14U0. 

On examining the various mouumeutti cited abuve, it will 
have been remarked that the shoulder, the elbow, and the 
hand have especial defeuces ; to these it is necessary th:it 
the archteolugical atudeut should pay some little attention. 

The epaulettes are chiefly discs, or articulated, or siuglc 
triangular plates. The discs appear from about 1320 to 
1350, taking the fonns of plain rmmdels, rosettes, shells 
or lion masks. They are sometimes shewn as faatoned 
with a laco, but generally the mode of attachment is not 
disclosed All the varieties of disc will be found in the 
following monuments: — Do Valeuce, 1323 (Stothard, pi. 
49); Fitzralph, 1325 (Waller, pt. 13); the figure from 
Sloano MS., 340 (our woodcut, No. 17); Daubemoim, 
1327 (Boutell, p. 41); Do Creke and Northwood, c. 1330 
(woodcuts, Nos. 19 and 23); Ifield, 1334 (Stothard, pi. 
50); the statue of an Italian knight, 1335, here given; 
the effigy at Sandwich, c. 1340 (woodcut, No. 0, vol. cciv. 
p. 593); Ingham, 1343 (Stothard, pi. OG); Gitfard", 1348 
(Tran.-*. of Essex Archseol. Soc, vol. i.); Orlamtinde, 1360, 
and Sachs cnhausen, 1370 (llefuer, pis. 146 and 133). 

The knightly statue atClehongre, Herefordshire, c. 1330, 
offers a curious rariety in the arrangement of the disc, 
which 13 there placed in front of the arm, while at the 
back of the Bhoulder is fixed an ailette (IIolUs, pt. 5). 

{To be continued.) 

* Thii euriuiu trntt Amn ihe didl form of cpMil«tte. 

2. Tlmt this foundulion was the development of a previous one 
' unknown date. 

3. That ilie Society was cstnblishod in the manor of Maiden, 
hnt in coiinfrti()n with the University of" Oxford. 

The Charter Roll ia lu be found in the Charter Kolls of 48th 

fictiry III., m. 2. It is tnneh to be noteil as the first iiicurpumiiun 

' any l»ody of persons for purposes of stvclif In this kingdom, and 

the first effort to raise the condition of the secular clergy by 

ingiii); thetii into close connection with an academical course of 


it was not the primary form which ihc founder's intentions 
There \» a document existing amonpst the Maiden title-deeds 
lining an assignation of that manor, with Chessington and 
sy. for the sustt-ndilion of John de la Clyilic and seven other 
I, all reclicd hy name, who were called "scolarcs in seolis 
Mce," stated lo be living under an ortUiiatio approved by the 
Ing, l>y the feudal Innl, and by tlic Bishop of Wincncsicr «tul fiis 
iflpier. This assignation bears no date, and there is sonic diflS- 
cultv in fixing one, fur the only personage mentioned is the Hishop 
of Winchester, fle^ignated only by the initial "J," and this initial 
tic» the document to some date posterior lo Oct. 18, 12t>2, when 
John of lixeter was nominated Ijy the pope to that see, after a 
vacancy of two years, owing lo a diapiued election upon the death 
of Aynii*r dc I>u«igunn. 

Itut that a sL'tilemeut of the estates upon certain ackolareB, and 
that an ordinatia fur ibis purpose existed somewhat earlier, we 
'|nm from a dinner of Uicliard, Earl of Gloucester •, May 7, \'ZG2, 
iipuwrring the Ibuuder to assign his manor to the priory of 
lertun, or uthcr religions house, for the sustenance of "clcrici in 
jIis dogcntes," nccnnliug to the founder's ordiiuittn, or any 
future ijiic he ehonid tbiuk lit to eslahli^li. 

It was to be expected that the founder's intention revealed by this 

Ptinled by KUtivr. y, &1. 



Sketch of the Life of M^a/trr tU MeH<m, 


charter, of ve^ittng his eslAtes in a religioifi house as a tntstee for his 
schoiiistic ilc><i^n, wnitlfl have* rtninil'rflirc) \t>vp]f in thn tircii nf to* 
signiitiun. were that donl a pwicrior diH-iitiicnt. lint if the diilc^ 
given by Le Neve, relating to the nppuinttneat uf Hi»l)o|i J. ■ 
of VViiichcsler, are correct, the Earl's cb»rter must have bcfll 
executed in the month of Mny prtcMing the Bishop's conNccrniiont 
which, on the authiirity of ihc Chmniam Itnvorenaet is placed by 
\jC Neve a lilde brfore Mirliaclnuw. 

The only conohisiun to whieli we can come is, that the founder 
had in hiji mind the project of vetilinir his eeittttes in the hands of 
an existiiii; religiuua coriwirKiian ; thnt he took powers froai his 
feurlal lortf for that purpose^; thnt for wjtiic rciiiK)n or other he did 
not execute this project, and that he contented hiinselt" witli assign- 
ing the manors to hi^ nephews under an onlinance sanctioned by 
auch authority in Church ami Stare as he could procure ^ 

The description of the founder, ^»cHf/utn Caacttlurtut, is the nest 
chmnological help to which we umst tarn **. Several letters add 
to the founder a^ Chancellor, in 126'J and 1263, arc still c 
which leave little donbt that he held llie olTicv continnoitaly 
Jnno 20, 12fi.'t, when Bishop (Canttlujic) of Worccater wrote be- 
seecbinK him to induce the king to try the effect of uiedialioa for 
the pacihcution of the biirons. 

In September followino; wc know that the p;rcat seal hud, by the 
resolution of the baroms deTolve<l upon Xicttliis, Archdeacuu of Ely^ 
for the term* ufthc ktng'K alieence from England. 

Somewhere then about thia period, Scpicrnher, 1263, the fiunufimt 
Cancellarlus mast be suppo-ed to have published his deed of aasiffn- 
tuent to his nephews, so ij<>uti to be superseded by the charter of jo- 
coqioration obuincd in the course of tJie ensuing year. 

Assuming then tlist the power acquired fur the De Clares to 
convey ilic Maiden estate to religious houses tvas never acted upotif 
the document (which I aasi^^n to 1263, circa Sept.) {;ivcfi us the 
earliest -t>t^e of the founder's benevi>ltnl intentions. It presents to 
us a family arranp;emenl, placing ei<;))t of his nephews, under a 
warden and chapkin*, in his manor-house, with a lifch)ng provision ; 
entitling them "<9coliires in t<x>X\s degente^;" and tyiuK them to u 
/i^ of study and uf rule, fur they were to forfeit their places should 
(hey disregard the ordmatlo, or commit any scriouB offence. 

e nest 


'''(fem! (xxntr* 1i« tliU not {ireTiwuly powMt. Tlw Mtrticr «Hi<n))'a4KS» IViNa th» 

J"^"* |.>rtN. ill- 'VatrWIn aiiil <\><l,viituii, mid tlia n^t&rniaiimid \ty bba rhirf lord, tiio 
Ixu ihr! rit;lit ul' riMiictiiiK.' " Jadiru ut (hHinlius relijjpuaU-'* 
. inJ^A viH-T m'lih Uki3 oM pulibiJti'il iq n niMuuid eonit. Tha 

mI Mint liuiiililr 

Iti'.r^ III, Tio tiMiitbt tlie Di<lio[i uf Bi«4«r, i7tl) 

, ,,..., I, \i...„ v.'. I2fi2.3; BislHTp of Wonw(l«r. 

1. i. [>|.. ~:i1. 75^, (IS, 773. 

Uf SM. Si'iH- IS. U) «n ufdcr, 

I iwfiliiiiu lu >riculk« d^' ETlj'* huDiL* •• 

. n/., hiw. i. p. 775; Amgii^ Sarra, 'tti^ 


Sketch of the Life of Waiter i^ MertoH. 


This lusii^mont, it filionlcl be remarked, thniigh it lacked the 
force of inoirpiirntion, was iiiiendcd to be perpetual in iu beaefita 
to tlio n;ci|iieins. The vacanciiifl were lo be filleil up by consart- 

{tuinei, or mhcrs, the noniinntmo of whom the foun«icr rrserved to 
limyeir. But as a leg»l ilispwitiiin of pru|fertv> the louuder could 
hnrdt)r have rt^nleil it na nnal. Indeed, it in nut easy lo sec in 
whom the Irgnl estaic at thnt time wa-is vested ; and »;; ihc ontinnfio *' 
IS lost, we can set no li^ht fruni thiit duciiment, wliicb prabnbly 
would hiivc given sonic Indirect inroriitKlion. 

Sunie itecurilv lor siiNt»iniii|{ ihc H.isigiunent of the propcny in 
its chnnlJtble purposes wns, no doubu secureU from the powerful 
palronai^e under which it was cHccled. Besiden die appnival of 
the monarch and of the diiKC^n given to the ortiinatin, tl>e tonn<ler 
w»s able to secure the putniuiucc ut' the Karls of Gloucestfr, which 
implied some effective lay power tor keeping the beneficiaries to an 
observAiicc of tlieir diillc!). 

We find Earl Kichnrd ctrmmenUing the institution to the pro- 
tection of his 8ucce!«on, *<tni:e defensionis clypeo perpeiiio eonlu- 
en<lftm ;" adding-, "Qui etiam (i.e. his siiccessonj) Mipra ipsn» nd 
t\\iwi dicU innneriH ex onltnnii<ine supra dieta devcnenint, liberuin 
ci plenam haheiint potcfltiitein ipsofl compcllanili per potcstntetn sc- 
cularem ad observationein ordifiationt» Mipradicta;." 

The latier [wiwer is ilropped in tiic charter of bis son Gilbert in 

]3&i. when (he revised ordinatio had placed the patronage in the 

[dioeeraii, and, by vinue of its force as a roynl charter, recogniaed 

br the highest civil aulhorit}', the exercise of his ordinary and 

I Ttsiiiitoriril jurisdiction. 

The charter of I2t;4, it iniist now be noticed, did nd create the 
first body of " Scolarcs de Merttm." It cn-ntcd the first inmrparattvi 
boily. it gave a tixiiy and legal security to a previous disposition 
of properly. It whs a dcvetupment of an earlier idea, and a 
cleyclopmcni that was soon to advance farther, vit , by tlic slrcngili- 
ening of ile acadertiicul tie, which was rftpi<lly l>ecoiiiirig a coni 
)i:rong enough to draw the whole instilutiou into » local connection 
, with Oxford in addition to the educational relation which It had in 
ilu moot nidiuieulnrv slate. 

With regard to that relation, it is, I fear, impossible at the pre- 
'^Sent day, in our ignorance of the Univeniitv system on the one 
hand, and tlic detHtIs of tlic Merlon vnUnatio on the otlicr, to gain 
much hy specnlntlon. 

I entertain iv* doubt that the phrases, "in scnlis dcgentes," 
"cleh^-orunt in studio degeutiuin," ai-e«ynonytn», and imply a cun- 
^iiFCtion with an University course of sliidy, lor the former pltrasc ta 
mlinued m the current and formal tide of ihe Fcllown after iheir 

' I IVRnrC to AihI Ihst no wmr of tbi* vnii»9tia ckiata iu tW an-hivPi vf the Me or 
ftha ctMpur of WtMbMur. No cpboopul Kvi'>t''' I" ''Xt»)( wrllcr thnn J'<hn ilr Pun- 
tiaiM'* q>unr]i«tr. l2Jt2, and tbn«are iwi rapitutsr duciunvnU rvUllof; tu Motun ox- 
oBfC tlioa* wlndi mSwi {mtnm»ic« nfVximjpK 


Sketch o/the Life of fValter d« Mtrton. 


stile place of reeideiKe biul bctximn fixed at Oxfunl; and stttiHum U 
oscd in Ihc statutes of 1264 aa the equivalent of Univeraily: — 
" OxoniiG, mil alibi, iibi stndium vigct gcneralc;" which phrase ii 
again varlud and explained in the con6rmatioa of 1274 bjr "Ox- 
oniffi nbi UntTcrsitas vigcl student iiim." 

The opinion, held by at least one learned man, thai m Mmiit 
tiegrre meant nothing more than the pursuit uf a studious life, 
I cannot reconcile with any of these expressions, and I would) 
appeal farther to Kri auxiliary clause in tlie charter of M^H in 
fiivoiirof scJiola mennin],; a reco^iscd local Bcbool of Icarninf;: — 
••Clcriconim in scolis degcntium, et sc ttudia in didem salnbritcri 
•pplioiDtium ;" and also to the slututcs of l:£70, which inflict ihe 
pcimlty of ''Anioiio" on the Fellows, "si pncter Deceasitales 
domus extra scolaa egerini '." 

I conceive, then, that from the verr first the nepotes were housed 
chiefly in Oxford in some cxtsiinj* hall, or in some hou&e hir<:d by 
their uncle, and placed under a licensed Master of Arts for their 
exclusive use, and that the Warden's main cbar^fc wa& the niannge-l 
mem of the estate and application of the rcTennca. This view ofJ 
his office is the only one ^ivcn by the assigntneat: — " Deputali pro] 
couservatiunc HiuitentHtioniK pnudiclui ct rcnim et pussessiunuia ' 
suarum." A similar one is presented by the statutes, 136j> vbers 
the "adininlslralio reruin et pocMSsioiinm" is the duty specially 
laid on the Warden ; and "Talcm studeant nominate qni mclior cC, 
fidelior in ndnnnisiratiunc renim etncgotiorum diciicuornus baber 
poterit,'* is tlie chaj^ given to the electors to the wardeiiship. 

Not until the concentration of the constituent branches of the 
institution under one domestic government in Oxford vrpre the 
hiftlior qiiHliticatiuns of the statutes of 127(J required ; — " Vir lam in 
ipiriialihut ipiam in tempuralilius ctrciunspectus.'* 

And if I nm ri^fbt in llie Hbove view of the condition of the, 

ori^rinal scholars, it will be found to resemble very eloscly that 

ithcr small bodies already existing of '^clerici in H:<)hs degente«,* 

irhn^r maintenance was provided tor by irusia vested in existing] 


Such a irmt, we find, was created by Alan Basset, and vested tn 
the prii)ry of Uicester; see A. Wo<kI, Annals, \i.\^. Such, pnw 
kalily, were some oi the earliest provisions fur scholars in Cam- 
bridge, ibc exhibitions vested in the iiriury of Barnwell''. Very^t 
r, trto. was the trust vested in the Universiiv of Oxford by 
nil of' l>Mrbi(ii'a bequest. l£4il, tor the tnaifilcnaiice of four 
iWd*tt.-r&: -iiniUr likewise was. the enrlii**! condiiion of the 

Balliiil I". ^ ■>, which were merely exhibitions niuiolaininf 

-* t'M. ......... 'MtS:— "StvWMcmaiiiee tuAobiundnit 

' Llii -Unutt M Ml*iM« 


Sketch of the Life of IVuUer tie Merlon, 


stiiHentit until the completion of the course of sindr in Arts 
timlcr the mHnairfnteiu of /iroctimtores, %vho represented the 
fuiuiiler ill the iiilmiiiistrHtiuii uf ihc funds. 

And perhaps a still closer siriiilnriiy existed in the halla aiip- 
porifxt in Oxford by the rclijiions todies for ifie purpose of training 
their younger incnihers " la seotis Oxonia:." The he«l example of 
this mode of academical provision is to be souplit in Gloucester 
H»!l, on the site of which, or not far off, the Benedictine ALIk-v of 
Winchcomhe had a "generalc sttuliuni" for Uioir novices lielbre 
1175, when it is mentioned na part of their property in a papal 
bull. (Vid. Dugdalc's MoH.. ii. 854.ti.) 

In 1353 the [u-esent Bite was purchased by a benefactor for tlie 
benefit of Gloiicejitcr Abbey, and in 1291, at a general chapter 
of the Itencdicline Order, the halt wus adopted iis u nurserv of 
KiudfiitK tor the whole Order, to be su[)poricd by cotiirlbutionti from 
,thc richer abbeys. 

In Uiis condition it seems to have remained till the DiesoUitiun. 
I conceive, then, that tlic relation of (he scholars of Merttin to 
the Utiiversity before the final concentration of all the membcn) of 
tho liuily in Oxlortl, must be galbercd from eom|mrisuiiH with 
ihcMC in<itiiiitiiin<: which already existed fur the ninlnienonce of 
"scolures in scobs tlegmtvs," to whicb the Ibundcr was in Kome 
dcfcrec indebted for bis nimScI. 

, nnt I conceive that he bad, ni least as early us 12&i, the more 

Complete ideal in his miud, and one exclusively of bin own concep- 

Tmii. viz., that of an incorporated body of necnlar htuifenls cdowcd 

' with all the attribntc« of the great Corpornlioiw of Regulars — self- 

lenpfwrt, self-government, sclf-replenisliinent, settled locally in con- 

[ni-ction wiili H great seat of study, ae»ininng a sbare of tlial influence 

Q the I'niversity which the estalilisbmcnt of powerfnl monasteries 

rithin its bounds bad almost niunupolizcd in the bandtf of the 

tegidars, and wielding ibat iiitliienee fur the benefit of the Cliurch 

'in llie adviniceinent of Uie seculHr clcrgj', who, for lack of support 

and encourage uient in the Untversities, were sadly decayed in 


In the following chapter T must endeavour to examine the docu- 
mentary niaiter which exhibits the founder's mind in the I'lirthcr 
Ivancemeni of his institution to iis uliimatc form, realizing, as I 
>nceive, the complete ideal. 

Dm OP Aeat«mK}[T reperud to r. 19. (Bitdoksed nt uteb haitd.) 

** Carta H'alferi He Mrrtou, facta fSenhrihua (Ui Merton, et ktteprma 
tie jSieaadon tt de Pfarltv. 

" Omnibus CHsti 6(lclibu« od <]uo9 prescns scriptum pcrvencrit : Wilterus 
Mrrlon, illustria domiiii H. rrgU Aiif^tia: quondnm aanoellarms, ctemani 
Doiiiiiiii vnlutvm. Ad omnium veslruin Dolitiam volo pervcnire, qaod 
'ego tarn aucloritHte micbi a prefuto domino mco rcge attributa, Decoon 


/Ac A'cj 


lela s cBpitalSiM Joaw w firodi v oo au m, mmb ratiooe jom 
ceoipetit n mm ■unMiiii d« Maldoo. Cbesvatdooe. Fijte, 

inBui, «t CTJOcwi predicts maneri* com omniba: pprtio-ntiw 
, ad •BCteatstiooetD iofaanaw de U Oyibe, VTHl. el Bo^rri, fraCnm 
i|iMi, Boberti SL GiUwrti de Ewdl, PbSppi bxtm •ni. Tboms de 
WottTBgc Walteri fil. Kicarfi Ulvel, Wdteri de Portesmoe. nepotim 
Bworva, n scbolb AegatAam, wii iiiuIiiib ordiiwbonem tode p«r me hctam, 
SfCBCB I pRBto daauiio re^c, et doiMBO i. W'liitDVMB^ cpwoofio* iMi 
dnvCmo^ ct ejus oapttwlo. ipproliatati). Its qm ii|WB S*^ Hfai lioart ijobm* 
enqac Tohnnti scolanrs «1k» JawmOitw dc ovi* ooosiDpiineis vel afiis 
MMBSFT et aa^^;a»Tt <|di vtntoitBbaaHD mam lad* IwhwiBi Mcnndoia 
fcnnaa oniiTntiortit pntdictae oaqoc id Bttmcnm n odiw eanlMtiim, qna 
■Mtea to tig tm poB^cti* nepodbiu nei* to aoolu de^cotibn ad totan vitam 
ipaonttti mm piato Dominio tDaaenonun pndictmm otnemri toIo: tH 
■liter rt uberina nbi pcoridestnr ant ki culpa fnenat qoarv dida lailMta 
tlOBB dcbeaot pnrari; et *imiliter altis mei* cotiMafBiDeii (joi ad ■^y-twii 
matcntatJooeiD fvenol ^miT* Salvi* qoowd atia oaoia cooditioaibas ia 
nipra dicta rwdhflinT f^nttffrt't iff" etiun ordinatioDesi comgere motare 
«t oMliorari whi II exi ie dir e vii ^ n i pkno jore brebtt. 

*^ Salvia etiaai mkfai laiaiBeuta domoniai roanei k u mn ipeonnn con ibi 
et moratn factn volnero, ana cvb fura^ et focalibm et aliis ad 
familiar xotat oeeeanrvs ^Hteaos rev ipea ntknabiliter 
•aSoHC poterit. proot dictam mrtCBtMkaem oepotam io wm^i et aliomio 
■i ■oob dcfieDtiijin et miiurtraran altaria Ckrittj cccnadam faf am d>ct« 
ocdtnatioBJa coounaraotiam in muienis p r t Sct u nccsoo cl cwCodis d»rtis 
aoobribot pro niiwiealMaw Hi<entBtJoDtB prcdictx el rcnira ac pocFessio- 
DOB •oanuD ^*^^^ ^a dcinccps dqioUydL In huja» autcm rri Testi- 
■woJinn f n mt aa Scripti sigillum meam apponi feci. H» tr«tibB» Vi*. de 
Bradanov. Job. de Hortoo, Johr de Arcubos. Pbilippo le jorene, Uamoa 
dc naaat, Briaa de Haldoo, WiiL de Ganiinrr et aliis," 

Seal wboUy gone— No date. 


Som: ttmc nnce. in noticing Dr. I^ppenber^'v " HkXocv «f Eogbod 
ike Norman Kinea," we pointed oot aa one at its noot valmfale fca tew 
tia bud aeeouDl of the Imdal arstera. wbicb we coastdend Uketr to increasa 
Aa legal Ion of tbe prohmonal nwn. as well ac to tulvrm »ad iutemt the 
mere atndent. We added. ** Equally wafid. bo*. Id the ioquirer into onr 
nriy toatiialioDS. i» tbe poTTicw giten of' Docaeadi^BoDk :' and bcre. with- 
out be oeeeaettr of bariuv rvcoorve to tbV (w odarou a and coetlf fbboa of 
Kel aa and ^^ be mav ^n aa exact kc)owWd|t«. a» &r aa any certain 
knowledge is now altainmbte. of the nrUtire poMltoR* oocopird by tenanta 
•■ nytfp, m nm f tmamtt, tw mmim, t m ti . aMwra, tvhUrti, yttv^, vitiaiti, 
cvaptf*, eatmrii, roA-icmrtn, r W aa a a a i. htrtUrii, and others ^" 

Wc were not aware, wben wiitiB)^ thua, that an author waa th«a em- 

■ad NofnK BCakont^ and Liaiial. 

* otam. MiA, Mar. UftT.y. &aa 


I F. MoTfiaa. StJL- (U'llliaiM 


Kiigtand under the Normans. 


ployed on " • cireful pf nisiU of the record callisl ' Domesday,' '* and Uial 
tb« reBult oT his laborioim exnminstion wut nbout lo be presented to uii in 
ihe unpivlendint^ slinpe of a nmaU oetikvo of eonw. 200 pagn only. Snrh, 
faowevor. was iIjc fact, and right {^lad are we lo be alilo to day that the Ultle 
work gives all the inrurmnlion that can be dcRircd on Itic topics enumerated 
Rbov«, aa well a» on a variety of others. It is, indeed, n uuHt n-QinrLubla 
vxample of painvtakin^ compreniou of knowledge, and ntuet, nlicu once 
kootrn. become ab»)1ute1y indispensable as n key lo unlock the va«t etorcfl 
that lie )iidd<!n from the ordinary reader in the ofl-mentioucd, if not ofl- 
con«ulted, t»me of" Domcoday." 

The author, in fumivhinu; a new Index to " Domesday," evidently pre- 
•oppoata in Iiih reader a jttrrfcct act) iiain lance irilh lliitt document, and, 
•lodytng comprcHsiou above all things, he citett its different jtarlc us " U. S.," 
" L. D.," and " Sutip.," remarking, " It will be underatood thai G. D. 
Maoda for 'Great Domesday," and L. D. for 'Little Domeaday;' Supp. 
(Icnoirs the * Supplementary Volume,' containing Exon Domesday, 
Intjutoilia Kliensia. Liber Winton. and BoUlon Book." I'bere aeem to 
ht iio poTpIexinif nhhreviationR in the pasoa^H extracted, hut the letters 
'T. R, v..: ' T. R. W.,' which mean in the time of King Edward, or 
King William. Hia book. Iiowcver. we lHi|ie will fall into the hande of 
many whose knowledge of *' the glorious old monument " is not so exact 
as hu own ; and for the sake of such ic may be useful to extract a brief 
notice of ita forinAtion and contents from another eource ". 

" A.D. lOM. A.t his court at GloDcceter, held at CliriitmBa, % emeral warrty of 

ib« laod b anlettd bv the kipK [Wtlliam I.] *So T^t; nurrowly indeed.' mj* the 

'Kaxon Chcoidd', 'did li* comDiiMion ttmiH totrmee Hont.lhnt there wu not om ainxl* 

DM a yard of land (quarter acre), oay, tDoceorer, (it is slMuaefU to t«IL thongb 

tbsaght H DO (bame to do it.k n<-<t wan an m, nor a eow, nor a nrina, was ttwM 

t tiatf «■• not w4 dnwn. Am) all tha rocordad |mticnlan wtra aJWwards bmmgbt 
liolumi*at Winchester, at tb* f:uUrr vf tlie y<w 1066. 

" Those recorded psrdeulant baw come down to ui in the often-cited mcortt temiKl 
the I>oca«Hlsy Book, or the Bouk or WiucImsIit. Thi- diipntrh >rith wliirh ttiin aurvey 
WW eiocatvd is reins/lcaUc'. I\'r*i»u calW the khiK'M juiiivi>rii-« norc >|>i)oti)ted. of 
whan the nanua of fonc hove been preaerrcd, vis., tteml^iis, bishop of Liueoln, Wmltcr 
(Hkhl, Haitn da Ferers, snd Adaia, bfolbcr of Budo tho royal steward, who mthcr in 
pennn or \jy deputy ritlted tbr greater part of tkc country*, and from the mthi of tbe 
•Jierilf, ihe kird of each maDor. the wiest of each cliarrh, lhe n«ve of each bucdred, 
•ml the baUiff and ail vllleim oF meli *il1, obtained Ibr ))Brlicu1ar* qf the naroo of the 
plae^ who ImM it in the tinw of Kiog Rdwanl, nho wu thr ivresnnt tiolili-r, its extent, 
Ibo mnabsr of tenants of each cUs», bond and fntr, tbo honmgu* of nch manor, the 
extent of Ki'oA, nn^kyw, siid paxtun*, the mills and {rfiniU. tho gTus valiic in King 
Edward'* tinii-, and, whicli |[t«ni a key lu tlte trbuli?, ulicthor any ndrajiOD cuuld t» 
nadc hi th« valnu: ui cxpertatkm, however, doum«d to fsappoJotnimt. a* the peat 
m^orlty cf iJaNS arc retamed sa of Ims vahie now Chan Rvinerly. tho nstural conM- 

nos of the iml-wliuiuirtntioB of the caaqoerors '. ThesA psriii-ulan, which ar* 
I tn aa ealstlnfc inqtudtlon bito property in Oambridgeshire ami llertfoHihLrs, do 
■ot haw out tba oonptaint of tha Saxon Chroiude as to the cattle : but it is pro- 

* -AiiMla of Snshnd," vot. I. pp. lfl»— SOI. 

* "^raabtitDriaiMMythat itwMbtgun in 1060 or 1063, bat from internal rvidmcd 
fhniskat by aUuKriiia ID thorvicxird to pnbhcsvents of which t^ data is well MtaUIihed, 
itappssn timt iI>.-t arv ■Bistakm." 

* "ytlttarr NortliDiaheriand, Cnmbarbrnd. WeibnoreUai, nor Durham, appear in the 
ntani, — Air wfckh rartona caoMS Imto biiai aangoed; th« moit probable being Lbat 
Uuj w«r» then hi the haa^ »t tba SooU." 

' "Ths bads ia the ktnj^i hands are more highly rated tlisn bcftra* and the tsirts 
•aaotsd from tha hurfths iraatly inen«scd, but tlie ostal«s in tha poMiwrian of Us 
Wl jics ts «r» gmaralty redoced in value." 

Uxjrr, Mm. Vol. CCV. e 


Enyland under the XormattJt. 


babl« ihat (Ih ottdiik oA«n OLoeoilKl thinr Instroctiona, mad inqutrod more tdmt«^ ' 
Hum tiMjr had tram dtmctrd to do. Whtn compleud, thftw htquiritioiiM vmra wnC to 
WiReh«>t«r, ftnd bving tlirru diaiMtM^ irotv ontorvd tn tkc bonk tiaw prrsi-rvnl in th« 
C)wi)t«r-lioiiM nl Wcstmitutirr, liut formerly oarrlvtl nboiit wilii lliv kiiiji und tU« nivftt 
•e>J( and termed ituliff rmtly tlio ' Book of Winehwtrr,' from i\m jilaee of iu coupiU* 
tion, Mild ' IhiitifwJuv Etixik,' either from • pnifiuie pantlid inntttutcil bclweni its ovcl* 
don* and t1i<f*o i>r lti« d<^ cf diwuv, or judtnuuiit, or iiuiri' probuUy frocD !ta Iwlns, 
while At WliM^Mt«r. di?poait«l in ■ c-)iapi-l or vault <^f the cothi^drAl. cMoi DamMt Dei. 

"Tlii* moat r«iBarkkli1i> ductiiuriit u <rritt«n on vellum, aitd Tonna two ivluaica af 
iriixjim] rim, — on« beini; a follv o^ 383 pn|[e«, in a ■mftll liaod ; th» otbor ■ quatto of 
4&0pagiii,in a largerans. Tlie tint vdIdidc f'ti. 0.']coBi>Dancea«itliui entiyof all 
Uu abov4> patticnlan m rcgardaths omintj of 'LlimVan<l thoaliiraaraUTMimil ta 
■niM raiinin^ iKim cait to woat, and nnn (Vo-m wmI to cant, llioagh their Kmita do oat 
•Iwaya igrnt with the modem divitioni^ and noiui'titnt;* — for th« *ake, ■p;Mrontly. of 
bringriTi|; all ttu.' property of iAini> ennt Inndbohlcr tofutlMtr — a [vnrtioii of one com^ 
ia dvii^riWd in unotlicr. C'umniont-Jn^ with Keul, tlie ■arTi'>' pmcMiU alutig the ouaat 
(but lni?lndnit; Bi^rkthire) to ConiiwaU t llim, M&rtiutr'Voiu Middl<.«ex.proc«eililbKKi|^ 
Ucn'ord. ttuckB, Uxford, Ulouceater, Mid WorcMt«r. Ui Hereford; the third aenaa 
begin* with Crtiiilirid^rf-, and omtimoea HnnliiiKdon, BtslfonJ, NorthniBptoo. Leiceattf* 
Wxrwick, Staflbrd, and Sntopi and i\ie fourth. Cbcoter. Derbir. pArt of LaocsiUnb 
York«hirc. and Lincoln, Thn •f*oniI voliitiie [* U D.*] U oecupii'd nidy with the tht«a 
cijunkira of Kaiwx, Siiflbllc, mnd Nnrfntk j mid beatdea the aaju* iiiMtl^m in in (W &T*t, haa 
liita of ' iuvanoua,' u thejr w tvnuKl, or of Und* poaennl without a litis from tha 

" Tlie nninher at Lmani* in c^pito mt«ir«d in tho flnt vnlmoe ia &10, in tfao isoood, 
162>j battereralof thisMiirv tho tame peraoiu; thu uainbcr of nuder-tvnanU 1* about 
6,000, the Rreat majorlt.r nf v> Iidid, or th^ annaton, had held the »nu) landi la Sazoa 
tiioes, though theu u principaU." 

So much for the oritfiDul " Domcsdny." TIic content! of the mipple- 
metitary toIuiuu arc of a very Bimilar nature, llinugh in ])art relating to a 
Inter psiiud, the Utildiiti Iluak tieini^ uf (ho twelfiit century, atid ttte Kljr 
BooV of this tliirteuiith. Any work that attempLsi to treat of such a ^-ast 
variety of »^ubjtct8 as " Domesiliiy" cunlainn, in the moderate lirait« to 
wbich our autliar has cunlini-il hiinnelfi nmift, of cour^?, be esKeotially one 
of tncre reference, and pruscnt titdv fur citation. Mr. Moi-gan, however. 
opens with a sltctcb of the " Doinetmiay Bowk and the Conqiieixir'a Policy," 
K portion of which we transcribe, as a fair specimen of his style. 

" Tb« battle of Ilaiding* wu looked upon ait a itcttVinent of all the Mttntn in En^ 
land, lint rven oceplina tlut nitatn of the Oliurch. Nn man cimlid liuUI an acre hy au 
anle-Norman title. All were ubli^i»l[ to seek tlio king and to hvy tlicir Imidx, and It 
might happen to an unfortMiintp thmii'. nnir liii nn-iviil at rimrt, to find hiinsi^lf unable 
to oiitbiil a Xortnan rainjie ilor. or tjy ftud thnt b Norniiin lutd ulmilj- obtnincd a royal 
gnal. In either caao the Enyluhcnan* only rnunm', iliort of roigntlon, would be ta 
Uk« the land as a fkrm o^the Konuau, of Ualurn D'Atl-^, or Ilhert de h»cy ; or ereo 
to becoma manriU, adiwripliM eletMe, or a viUinn, where he liad been (i>naiit. A* w« 
raadtnthe Buckittgiianiihirc ' l)oniesd«;/ 'Ailrfc holds four bjrdea of Wiiruiu Filuui- 
CdIF . . . llie Hkmc held it in t]ie time of K!iik Edward, and now hold* at farm 
of Wdliam graritur rt miitfi-ahiiUtr' (O. I). 1-18 b.) Altlioiijih thore may Im tio otber 
Eniili^b ftroiiD in * D'.'incsdaj-,' the cnse of Ailrie wan iioi pivuliar : for cxiuupU', ' Lrwiii 
holda of the Vmt\ Hvci* in llortfonlaliire. Tlii* land the wimc lA'Win heJd of Kirg 
Edwarvl, and ho could Mdl it. Hi> now hold* it at rarm of tiir Ijirl' (O. D. ltH> b.) 
Umbs pMsayea are illiiKtrHti'int of UriKrtou's remark, thiit llivrv w^tv iu the Coiiigtiett 
frwiH a who held tbi-ir t«nnini-nt« froly by free MirriMw or h)- tn* cuatoim^ who, after 
thfty hud b«n ouitnl by mnrr pnwrrfid, toiilt Inwk tin; naini! t*liBmeiit« Iti be hi'ld 
id villanngp (Co. UiX, \\Q b.) Seine, who wvre mtber fortunate, lecured ihe f^bold 
of a corner of tbur land. l^ant<Tbon, in Uie Xew For«^ betonced to King Williau 
a£Oordiiifc to ' Dnmr'aday ;' Cliciiiia ImUI it of King Edwjinl, and wai in it at tlie time 
of tbo nirvoy. Chcnna'a «)uuv was worth four abilUnt^ a year and tlte King's worth 

" Eichsive of e«cluia«ti«id corporationa, which bviog the total up to shout 1400." 


England tinder the Xormans. 


■biUine* (0. t>. 60 b.) Oodcwin ha* Inlf ■ hjde in Uw numor wliich la calleO 

or tbe Kine in diirt^. Br u Ibe tame who fonnsriv bcld tbi> vrbuk uunor 

lU* that King KJirard wmi oUiv«> mxl warn Atmd (Sopp. 180). 

" IW forTcited Uiidt wm- »ot iwmpinl to tlw Xornutia indiscrivinsUly. la fms- 

ko En^liafa lordship ma hMxicd oror, onniMrt «ii4 entire, to ft new pn>f)rietor. lu 

MiiinT AJertao. of Boacomb, wma aurcacdwl in WilU, Smoarwt and Badfordiihira 

WQliam D'En, wbo •noeecded oth«r chli-f* in clhrr mantiM ; Mcr!<-«uwR, b; Kalpli 

hoH in Dertm. SAnvraet, (jllanwat«r, YArk, nnA LiitcolDaltirr ; n»>l a* it naa Wil- 

a ariftina] policy tn appexr to rctgii a« llm hirfnl lieir uf Kind Edamnl, ao rvrry 

BMi bvHi albMwd to ba tlte r t p M itatire of aii £i])clhA tliaiio, nliooi li« eullwl 

*aBtettmnr' irhieti, of ooum, doaa tut umii progenitor. Tliu EtirL or King. 

araM, ia called the anoeator of WQIiau de Warreii (Q. D. 877). CliunjroH in 

ampaliire t» call«! Ilogb da Po«t'« fvt by tnlieTitaiice from bU aoecator ((i. D. 44 b.) 

or Gi&r) betd s byde and a half in DonMihirc, which the aneralw of BcrcngiT 

of him (Sapp. Zl). Kow and t4wn the Normas'a ronnaction w^lb hia antrrnuor 

laa* Ilka Manrpatimi. lUtbert IVOyky tuarrlvd tlin dnnght*^ of Wignt, mnd ao b*. 

ic U^wnt of lier fkllMr'a koaonr or wrooy of WallimrfurJ, wbicb jMuwd in tlw Ufa- 

ol Kobrrt to hia danihtar'a liuaband. A man Invnl a cortiun vruinan. living on n 

of llitrtj aoTB, at Pickeubiun, In Norfolk, unit marrird ber, and aftvrwarit* betd 

bind witbniit th« King's enn*. and without livny (L. D, 2.12). A yonmc tuan 

Kicbard laarrinl thL> widow of tha aherilT nf ninaorKUr, and ■> bacama a Inndcd 

iB (O. D. IGT). By drffreoiwaod under Turiutia drctiinatancva, tb« anbatHution 

Xonmui in tbe place of tbe Saun, or Danlah, ariatoeraey waa aecompUihed 

" pnrprietoa wen, not luilWquunUy, wxpollml or nduoed t4> liUenasa ; but 

CT ftrnMi* rmpained nndiatorbed, ex«e|>Uug In patta of tbe ooutiy wlueb 

bad been rarngad or nffimatcd. 

" It ia DO part nf am pfaui to rvvriow tbe NnmiaD ConqneaU Dm wader knowi io 
what naniMr tiba C(iBi]a«mr art nil Eii(;1iint1 uiMl>>r hia baiKl^ 

I " and how h« net moolingi^ 

^^H ami liuw he K-t 1iuiting<t. 

^^H anil hnw he Mit aciren. («hir«) 

^^H and made frith of (bwri-n." 

^H (3 Loynmon 286. 287). 

^^r " A MOi la R wartao or p»acr«c likn Aldinifton Frith, in Kant. DnffiRld FriUi, in 
^H Derbyabira. Webaroifae aamo ciijrwtion iu tbv * Suou Cltninick :* 'Tbc King wl 
^^^ nany deer-MUu.' If lands w«re BlIor«t«t tbep«aaanu w«r»r«ini>v«4, nr piaeed onder 
' Ibreat-law. EnUtea of waat« land nay be a npp aaad to dmotu the extirpation of the 

peaMUitry. A wiargiaal note in ' Eton Domeaday' Inbrma »• ttmt Tlinrli^tinie, Portia. 
tnooth, VTest AUi&i^o, aiid other manors on the wintb uoaat of Dnonahim, hnd been 
wnate>l by the Irish (jtfr JrtoMlot Aomimrt. Snpii. 301) ; the datnacu Hone in llrrrford- 
■hirafay iirifia and Ulainof Waive is llkcH-iw not«d in ita ptacn (G. D. J81); and tho 
wbolo wBjite of Cheshire StaRbnlihirc, and other contitias iwrdrrlng on Walt^ uiurht 
not to be chaipd againct. tli« Cnnnnnnr ; bnt it acctna impnanhle to make too mtutb 
of his omel da^statioii nf N'Drthumtana. Ther* waa mndi waslad land in Derbyabirv, 
and more In Nottisghamabire tlwn in Lincolnshire 1 plaoo b Vanridcshire bad been 
vaatol by the KiDg'a army (O. D. 259); and the wasting of Ryeoota and Cfaestertoi^ 
In OsfonUbire, nar bare been due to an amy paadng tliroufni those pLuva tuwnrds 
Staibrdibire. In like manner we may attempt to aceount for wutr landu in .busses 
■ad SonMraftsbire i but aome lands wrre wait« tfanmgli the neKlcrt of thoir ownera, 
■id ia aoua caaaa watta means that the land waa void, fttintii, O, D. 11 b] not that ft 

Tbs work coniiet* of eight clmptert morv, tlerott^il to (3) T)ie Mnnsure- 
ttent odjmd; (3) Money. Rent, nn'l At^T'tculltiTa) Affairs ; (41 The llnll, 
the Church, and tlie Peasantrv ; (5) The Freeliold Tenwitry ; (6) Boroughi 
und Ciliea; (7) llniwireda. Wapentakes and Slilrea ; (8) Titles. OfHces. 
RnH Surnnmes ; and (9) aome doaing rentarka on the ExtincliuD of Vit- 
knage. In all Ibeao the aulhor'a riews are expresaed to tli« fewest powible 
words, and each UMrtion ia stippoTtcd hy cilaliona from " Dofitrsday," 
with illustratioiis from erery likely and many unlikely source". The 
** 9axon Chronicle" is nf course adduced, togeltier with a furmidahle army 
of later chroidclera, intermixed with " Fleta," and (he I.nni of the Confes. 

Knghtad under the Km^mana. 



vQI apneir remarknble. The burgeMci of towns nod cities, who npreMiit' 
•» moclt money for th« king's Bcnrtce, are nil duly recorded, but we hkTC 
\ety much Iobr than wa ebouM wish to have about the \i\vxt. tbcnuelTps. 
"We Bee. generally, that the towns bad decayed under the Norman rule, 
except the southern eeaparl^, Ihiit were necesBary to keep up itie comtnu- 
otcatimi Iictwceu tlicir old nuJ their new country, eorrcspoDtling roughly 
witli the Ctn<|ue Porte of later time!. Fruiii rcR&uiis tliat it ie Tain tiuw 
to itiempt u> penetrate, certain di^tricla seem to haive enjoyed a psntial or 
total freedom from taxation, and aie conse^juently left unnoticed ; for all 
iiiromiation that did not bear directly on the sums to be raised appears to 
linv« b«en syatemiilically disrvjipirdcd. Consequently, *' Donicsd«y," jw 
Mr. Morgan rtmurks, " gives no adequate notion of th« relative nuik, or 
aggregate population, of tlie cities and burough«. It aeenu unlikely that 
Exeter, which had over 300 houses, can have been more populous than 
Bristol, which is barely noticed in the record." Two greater cities than 
either, — viz., the ancient and the modem capital of England. — arc, to the 
ipief of the topographer, ** a blank in the* Domesday Book,' " but our author 
contrives to produce from other sources pleasant picturcB of Wincheeter and 
>ailon soon after the mrvey, for portions only of which we can find room. 

" H'a hava tiro ancWnt dMcription* of WinrbMttr. oiw made by direction of Henry 
., with nUrwKV to hu uwn timi,' and to tbu ro'i^i of Eil*nud tho CoofcsKpr : IImj other 

.en by tiie Bidtnp or WiiiehMtn in the y«w 1148. The second appcati to t>e an 
taeooML ot mry hoam i tltR fint b but auartial Mirvnj.contaiuiitg nnlj the t^nemeata 
hnVwajnn to tlw Una and tui ktroo* Tbo fotlowiu^ uru tho iiamea uf ttia atreeta of 
mMMMr mvDtiaiMd in the Brat Baoordt — Siiitbdrngii-stivet.Brcdeiu*tret, Seowtv- 
talMtntt Alwarencstret, F1cBiuuigM««lret(iuMr SLPcttr'a), WeoeKcaMlr«t(no«r Hiddl« 
Brook-atrvet], Tuuiirestrote njomtr Brook 'itreet), BucdMstrete (Iltuket-lanv), Olpe- 
sttet (row Sl TboiuaO. GoUestm (now Soatbgats-street), and Oflre-atreet. In tbw 
aenMid rtjcmtl, SUdeworrt«o«atret«(Sbm«roitli, now Up|ier Brook-strGetjiColobtocbeBtivt, 
and M*i(ctTv-«ttvt (Crvnt or I.ictl« Mtntter], arc in«aitioned Inaddidcn to tboM slmidjr 
DoticwL 'Die Higb-«treet of WincboMor, u it fioa now bettreen Castrate and Weat- 
pt», matt bare bMn nMrW the araio rtreet in extent and ilirection ^bt hundred 
jaaia affOb In it vrare two hniglit«n QaildlialU in the tjnto of King Edward, both on 
Hm mnb lAdc of tbo lUvct, •me toward* Ewt-mli-' and tW other not fiu fraoi W«t- 
|gUa(&Bpp.&3lt633). The aitc of the Knightun (intUl of Loikdon, fonndsd by Edgar 
BImI sappnaMd liy Hwrj I., i> ixnv knawii aa P<>rt»>ki*ii-wwrd {Stow 46, 47). There 
amr bate been socfa a (futkl at WalUnslbcd. where Hint; Edward bad flftMn •at*, hi 
«bkh the Hnsearlis reridisd (G. O. &6). The bishop's furrey of Wmchoiter uotie«a 
a thinl liall. In Colafarook-stJteetv called hantaebeaad^ where tht; I'rud' hominr* of Win- 
ohwter wen seewtoiDed to drtaik tlnlr guild i this atrett t* sot entered in tlw King's 
aBTTcy, apparently because it coataiaed no boaies bdangin^ to tbo crown ; all, or nearly 
A\ beiny held mulcf the tUbem of Wlm-boitvr. IMwrvn tlio two Kiughten Onlldhalb 
bi lligfa-straet was the Kin^t ItuUiy, whwv thirvas w*r« placwd In jmstia ; sod still 
n Um Hnc sido of the waj was a place called Donnu Qodebictc^ aeiaflwd in the 
BUkoals inqutat and the King's as being Uahle to no charge or duty. From the 
oppOMte ride of tb« (treat twelve bunm tenenenta had betm mnuvMl to make rooin 
tor tbe King's pshce, which oerarJca the area now called tbo Square (2 Milnur XOi). 
K'ine Edwanl had 63 burfrcsn Is H)gb-streeC 

" rhe dni-IIui)ri wrrp, pmhaUy tike honsM in London at the same period, biltlt afl 
ef tbnber and nweved with thsteb of rtraw or reed (Stow, 31). Some who paid rent 
tm ibiipa la >\'iM:heslcr bsd tl>e>r dn-cltiag-booses free. ItenU w«ca gsncrally paid In 
■WMj I It is itat*^ liowevar. Lliat two cajMros were reMrrvd from a ptsce of laod ; and 
fton oihsc Uoenaota a pound of poppsr, or half a poaod of pepper, or a number of 
bowa-shoaa."— (1^ IGS— !(».} 

Tbe fHcture uf Loitdon uid its neigbbourbood roust be our laat eitract : — 

" We naif Ikaej the old honaOt with irrecvUr «tn11« and sb'>p« emHed in their front, 
sa at ffht dH w t er : <talb onmniwrted with hmiMw, liko ttin ■hninl>lii< or b(«ich» in the 
ahbatoir at Vorfc (0. D. iS»), vould be likely to boeosic middla rows. No more than 

Mmier the Ko 



<h«* WftM Ite CMM «t 8L lt«1b^ < UBl. «Wn Ikc OfBMinM Oi 

■fafcMrfiMf III i.wfcMthMMifBr Axitywma tb« 
MrtiR. TW Mteni adt of UftioM, witkaM AUeO*. i 

• Btfb to ikii fHrttv Bon HOMl tlHB tk> ttow of LmIhl ifti nu l 
LMdoB to tb« !>■■ tf tU mmm4 mSM 
wfa M tW Taw, wvb ■! 8L TaJT*. i 

MvT Onflie'*} Md to Ben 
ft 1 I fcy A>«jaCkil^ K 

^ Hiwfc— ii <a dl s% ^M (siM St. 

e «M thi M« Mi Mr chMk (G. D. SO) 
o^n: ^ M ■■■■■ii/ a« Stfl af 

IIW l l J W^fcy* M^VWl? """"" l ' *■ 


- T* a> ««t if LsAbb ' to Ite ton slwA a* dhiiA i/ 9L n«« 
(0. a uq tfa llhn hM. ittrMB Mm n4 ■ Uf: to lU ^ ton BdoiiH 

Mi ttowM»M^ 

tt Wi Wn ka^ Mto» the OoMMt W b'«wI «r 4^^ Stth. Bndl 

^i««ribl i^fc((L1L19h>. 

IK). Ai 

ik« w»% 

aaU8>. T|«mtoiktJUfc7W-Btokkv(&bUBk 
twttwt^fiwtMtoKy— ^ wij yattotha fWrir<0. Ifc 1X3% Tlw 
gnto wetoom raid laai^B A^ HAm mi* b tte *w«ie km itoMf MmiMad to 
B%ar^ ciwt to WiiWTiilii- (I Hm. 3nV TW mm 


rf9t Aa^wAw* T ■<■ tm. m l>»««fcyaf lh> fbto. . . . 
Ite Hto «r ^ C^rtahMM (Sto*. UIX mw to to 
to DMMJy (Q. D. U7). StoMMM »n Mtto to* mopd. TW 

MWtWW*iw'pgwi*^Mrrffltoff— ». ' 
■dWyw^tWwtoJKi^rhBl itM4 


>(G. am. IS7W). Tw: 

■ <O.D.U8). SoM* 
to Oto Arartte, O- 

TW ■wcMifag ebsplef (TIL) go tcnitontl Snaaut, wtU probllllj 
f ip —r of iMR ntarcat to tib* prAarod satMiBSij ihta to tbe geoenl 
nadw; bat «• bsg to hfa« to tbr klHr that u it W wtjr Sad onDj 

UMtiudu* oT dw ef%h af tbt mi i m u . v 4c«KlMd potiMi of cnc shin 
loealhr wtoate J to ato^tfatr. tt»t gin w cwiffioatod la ^pevuwe lo oar 


-T^m^iMem, ami iMiiitoii" m« b««tt<i </ in dnp. TtlU and mort 
JB—I ■!. Snb*. CUM. Haicatle, StJniM. Lktuncr. kad aaay nam 
iMm^ n» Ifafccmfly e ^hi ntJ ; ammmm mc ifciw le be m* Uer iban 

IbiTTni— I hiiMb ■■iirtiii ! ■ !■ ■■ II iiM^i lM Miiiiit mill Ijhim 

—lliiii a* AMb Oinl» (dtril ^X Btecr «lri> (lis cfattoa), tad Brietmu- 
biMa^; iii iii i L Am ammUm at \ tatmtr mmnmnv thu 1^ Eo^luh 
ftaBo €■■ Sad llMir —tliH i» VammaiKj, wt an prctentrd with a 
I«a«j> Grt «f noKs Am •mmslT tfMtofefe IhM* «r Bri^ »mbW» of tbe 
viMoacr: nd son h w Mi ft ■ M i l «» wtWhtto^ Ann to b« Hill 

«a to taadaiWT : 
IW fcagto *!><■» f» 

■rflli>P»^wi. li > ^ . rftWA ni M.. k» iMl hlft»to{li 
■. (to iba Xmm, SwHMi^ B< Xi^MMa 


Fors/tT'$ EstQtjt. 

Borne wnsible remarks on the ExiinctEon of Villenapc oIok the Tolutn«, 
ttn kIu of which may be best convejed hy the author's own suramary 
In the bble of conlenlfi : — 

" II » inihniitti^l that Ibo i^Um how nUcd StatoanHii, TcociMii, and Qralleineii. majr 

I itervcO IVhii tbi* Sasun tlioncawbo became dependcot In DtnMqiWDM of tli« Nomuui 

It— that rUloiap in^ have bcMi, hi a graft naomuA ntiogitialied hj the 

\ of MMvertiBB anUe und* into paatwraa, whicb faogan bdbra U^ bfgianing of 

iitb ccntiir;, and cgutinavd afi«r tbe end of it." 

U Mul that the reviewt-r can never oonclu<]e even a laudatory notice 
te mark of censure; and perhapa we lay oitrsctveR open to the 
tn we call attention lo the rather nnmerous tvpo^raphicul errora 
iicli Mr. IVIorgan'a book la dififlgurcd. It is true, that we see it was 
printed at Lripzi|{, but tlial dues not reconcile ufi to those hitherto un- 
jiuwn Engluli mutiarchs, ^' Ucnry 11" and " Kdward 11." — to the mis. 
ell word*, ■•jointenant*," " lendeiiy." "silvan." — or to the subBtilutiou 
"evident by" for "evidently." We, however, only point out tliese 
ri'tJ-iylita th»t they may be corrected in the new edition titat we feel 
iraid will soon b« required of a work which must become a handbook 
tbe birge and incren»ng claits of varueet inijuircre into history, who do 
BOt agree witli the dogma of David Hume and his followers, tluit England 
•iifKog' into being aa a civihted cuinmunity under tbe irou hand of Wiiliaui 
ue Norman. 


Mb. FoaJTis'a Eaaaya belong in part to the large and rapidly increas- 
sg fnmily of republished eonlribunon« to reviews and magazines; and, 
lUiou^h the lateit-bom, they are undoubtedly amon^ the mokt vieoroua 
worthiest specimens of that flauri^hin^ raoe. Five of the 9e\'en Essays 
under this claM, bein^ amended and enlarged editions of articles 
appeared in the 6rat Instance in the Ediiinur^li or Quarterly Ke- 
whilst two only — " The Plantngcnele and the Tudoi-s." and "' The 
Srand RemoQsrrance" — are published for tbe first time in the volumes 
before os, 

Of tbe republished Ebmvb four are biographical, and they well deserve 
the wider dr^nlation which will be given lu them in their present form. 
Dwelling on the lives and works of four distinguished writers who have 
been in different ways, either m their own generation or subsequently, dis- 
pnmgtd in tlie world's esteem, they go through the evidence again, and 
wUely alter, where they do not whcdly revcrxe, the judgments which have 
bivti hitherto too readily and too commonly received as just. In these 
/or biognphies Ur. Forater has, in fact, performed for De Foe, and 
Jc, and Churchill, and Foote, the same generous service wbich he has 
rrfornied elsewhere, with so delightful aii eH'ect, for GoId*niitb. With a 
and genend sympnthy with wh.iicvcr is manly and right in morals and 
ttnre, he qaesbons both the men and their wurlis, and — without hced- 
; tim misrepreaentations of ignorance, or prejudice, or party-malice — fear- 
ly gives the answers be baa got from them. He sets himself against 
lh« bshiani of depreciation and neglect, and strives to put the subjects of 

" •■ SMMkal and BkigniitilM) Eiaays. 

: Jcikn Marnqr.) 

By Jaba Fortfer. la Two Volimios," 


Fanier't Eimji», 


Ub biugiifliiLB itt poneMion of «D the hoMst fnoe of skich tfacT^ faxra 
tea ■iMTfcfaBy deprmd. And tbe kbOitr wUeb Mr. Fantcr bat broo^t 
n Ae dCcaliM af ttiis xaA im qnte m a dBu i ah le m faw parpoK. He gtra 
prarf of a Ttfy eonplete k a ow Mg e cf the titi ia «)n^hi» bene* t«ve- 
nlhr Bred, avd of f ■ctaed ikS in Ming tlwt Inoirkdcc lo u to (ndaee 
llg'woat ■trnwriag id ■■»«■«■« eftet ; Wugws mooC fill id MOtiJa 
Bd B oibcMB dUy: be a ahmn Gbcnl Hd bmIj BiMiV: umI be 
wfiMe k a dev, five, ■erveas i^fe, endeai In npMmMe. nt alwars 
cxwiect lad ifpRfciaic, ml oittB feetanafse nd ae^pMBl id va emincst 

In ^ita of a tfrikiar dil iwtacg beCweea tbe Ibv salgecti of Mr. Fon- 
Id'a Uatw^hhi in ril the ihwieti «f wiifcuf 1 nd aoni cfaaiactcr. th« 
mm iMUMirMiu of a iiwIJud lot «m oohm to them alL SootctbiDs 
^Hbowd there «i> ia thebctiBeaaf each of than to — kt a aot iac^iii. 
■caait aet-g€ % mii I the giU i fc l iiM W which bi» geajai hreaght hntt. Ooa. 
the onTcst ^ad Boac ntaoaii vae calosantcd, vconHB, n^mHnrd, pu- 
faK«d.aadnarathaB oDoeradaeedhtiHcaHpcliBectowaitf: ■aoChcr.the 
■OK bTCablih lafltnd pwrvady fiaH fan shart-4nBHy ■ thsM ^vabtita 
which ihaald how hem tha h a H e ir af fail li Ma iiB f ii. mA ftew and wH ; a 
tlvd. the fiiiirfiiil Md Boot ^oMDMd. «H «»de widched hy " the 
tale wUch a^ir i imifimrF mi;** aad the hat. the gara* a&d moat 
wocldhr. aad. to fall caalHifanries, laort tariUb lived to writhe aader the 
agcay iafctod by a Jaadewa chaigg. 

The E— a y oa De Foe daae aapio j a*ic » to oac «f Ea^aif a geooioe 
wwtbicft. Ite fiaak. fcaeleH^ taaohte artaiv vbach no ari6ih iaterarts 
cnaU »vp» *he »hadMe ■■ mj ia thiabaf tarf ia don^ the stent aod 
B aa afv of txachtsc id tinaenhig, tfaccior 
, the fartSty af wi^iHiiii. waA the aaHaaWi i1 faculty 
of ^tvcaCmf fcti w with tika ^wcc aad afMct of laalitT, ttead ovt ia nnble 
r«lKf m Mr. Fcn«(r't atovMat amnM of the Kfe and'wtiti^:* of this tnc- 
hestod and bwaJam JhylMkaa*. Ihroa g hot the whole tnm of bti 
fofti^iCioB ia peUk lAin, from baa beaeiag Mum aader Moaaaoetb until 
baa apoffaetie •exara, De Tbe'a oam o aada ct caMo ap to the b^^ atsodard 
he bad fnd fcr bin who wodd accw hi* h»iii niiMiijaiiii bithfiiUT in 
eriberi tiaM*. >* He »«st be cmt.^ be tdb aa. " that, amtlii a g iatcTthe 
dcfdhs ef troth, duo sfweb bn atoad ia dw Moal ^ascvaai time* ; that 
fcMS aa face eearti ao fintoar. is ea tj ert to ao iadretat. higuted to aa 
faan, aad wS be a h yyoa ite Cor no a^" Ba baft ft to po aag itf to de- 
cidr aa bia ova fihfa* to tboM ^aabca*, a^d tb* itoa i em is ataMrt nasni- 
■OM ia hb iwaar. Ha is aaya Mr. Fbna«; " ev caik faaoaa politidaa 
mk Maa rfhawaho ri faiMrtid, fe ha iiii ulh naa iiaan . aiardy, do^. 

lari af tnaHiy~ Iha mat MMI»-<kM fiHM chaMMEr." 

h WW. how«««r. Act ^ ctea tf ihfa g IT t mwv, hr which he 
aacard the ^latitadi of Aan wha ■* ■■■ tajajwf i%:hii far which he 
taded Md iiiJiiit. itel Da Vea t K md w«di &• ^arit aad the ainagth of 
tm aatwBfm «hd e« ^k eoafaahiM «f tha* aenaa af fctdfioaa hiKoriea 
which bam wtaawii to tto (kt aa laiAaiaaAad Mahafty. aad an Ody 
■ifll to latahi h M kw u iha hn^ i thay Mt weiaaa m i n a i' aia ia to he 
iwd. lU WW ia b» Mty-««^kth xtar whaa " KahJaaaa C^waoa" waa pah. 
MAaa.a>diii^>jBMA^Ite"4M»of>banrillrarH Whadgwiten 
ather waiiuflH^^^IM^ Ihro^h.^ th* whcde of theac writ. 

Mxfr ■ ^ Jm w «l «Ntft, and ia 



Fortter's Ettoyt. 


.chtracten, and in plota, tliere vat the common exceDeoce of nmimnipled 
tility in tbi- imn^instion of adretiturrB and crenb, and of amazing art in 
ntin^ thc&e crcmtioii* of the imagination with an air of autlimticity aod 
th. Two, however, in tlii* n)arv«'llou)( wries of |iruduclioi)», *' RobmM>n 
," and llie " Joiinml of the Ftag^e Year," nmirh >ur[>a*» Ihc rr»t. 
ige in which Mr Forstcr speaks of lhcs« works i«, though liricf, 
Inattve, ju»t, and eloquent. " No hnmnn work," he tella us, " has 
afforded aticlt grf-nt delight" aa the Rrvt : and he detignalea tbc Mcond aa 
"one of the nolilest pro« epic* in the lanonnge," "Tliefte." he adJa, 
I " are the master-pieces of De Foe, Tbeae arc the works wherein his power 
^^^ at the hig:beet. and which place him not lea.i among the practical bene- 
^Hkciora than among the great writers of our race." 

^^" Dc Foc'a itrunpely checkered life closed at lart in sorrow. The miscon- 
' duct of a too inflicted a wound which proved deeper and more incurable 
i tban that of prison, pillory, or poverty. " Nothing but thik has conquered 
or could conquer me," wati tlie exclamation wrung from him iu ihut crown- 
ing bitlcroc'ts of his lorely-tried yet well-spent life. In his eeveiily-finit 
year, tays Mr. Fonler, " he had eomchow found bia wuy back to Loudon, 
to die in iliat parish of St. Ciiles's, Cripplefn^te, wherein he wii» born ; and, 
a» long HI the funous old city should ltv«, to live in the memot^' and ndmi- 
ration of her citizens." 
I Ihe Escay on Sir Richard Stock* coiumcticca with a vindication of that 

^^■jhariniag writer from the " coutcuiptuoua depreciation" of him in Lord 
^BVamulay'i article on tbc Life and Writings of Addison. Ilalf the enay 
' ^M employed in doing battle with the great critic and historian iu lliia just 
cause. Tlie reeult of this endeavour is honourable to Mr. Foreter's ekill 
and ical. By a strong array of facta and inrcrences he proves that the dis- 
panuremenl hna no adequate foundation ; that Steele, iti truth, was neither 
dependent on bin more oelcbrHtcd friend, nor despised by biui ; but wm 
rcmlljr " the sprightly father nf the Kngliah e»ay, writing at the first even 
M he wrote to the last ; out of a true and honost bciirt sympathizing with 
all thingft good and true ; already master of his design in beginning it, and 
abte to stand and move without help of any kind, if the need should be." 
Bat, along with thia sound and eucceaafu) argument in defence of the dia. 
credited esa&yist, Sfr. Forster joins many poMsgea of eloquent comment 
on the character of Steele's gcniua, which make his Tindicntion more unnn- 
■wcrnhle, whilst they make his csuy more delifrhtfu]. lie writes evidently 
under the impnW of a hearty love of Steele's attractive qoalitiea — the 
qualiiie* which charmed contemporary wita, and beaux, and beauties — the 
gTBcc. and brilliiuicy, and kindners of nature, " the wit, pathoa, and philo- 
aophy," which kei:p his writings tu this day amongiit the uiu«t agreeable of 
those that hive come down to u« from that gifted age. By one eminent 
critic of our own time, tbc late Mr. Uazlitt, iu " The I'ound Table," Steele 
indeed preferred to .Addison as " a less artificinl and more original 
tn \" and tbc " Tatler," as the most acconiplithed ani a^eeable of all 
t\a pttivdicaJ r-Mtayult, is preferred to tlie *' Spectator." Mr. Forster, how- 
r, «viQ iu the canicetnesa of his advocacy of Steele's high claims, slops 
vbon of tfab extreme conclusion. He givca the lionoor that is due to 
l«M fortunate of the distinguished friaida witliuut sbsting anythia^ 
the other's well-earned fume. 

is. unhappily, no doubt that Steele'* life wai not by any means 
plary as his wriingv. But Mr. Forster protests against that " in- 
, Ux worse than Torquemada's," which lb« world eoforccs agwott 
lUe. Vol. CCV. i 


Faraifr'a Enay». 


those whose wit and genius bare instmcted and ■muFCtl it, tnd. (a a Und 
and wise spirit, abctaius from putting' the rutblcsa mnrhiaery ia force 
agaiust Slvclc. His Me nos, we arc- tuld, id spite uf all lii* failing*, " the 
life of & di»ntcre»t«d poHiiciaa and putriot, uf a tender husband, of ao 
attaclied fatlier, &f a vcholM*, a wit, a man of ^oius, a gentlemsn," (lis 
kindness of heart, too, kept wilb bim through all worldly diitrtgrs to tfaa 
I«9t, Amidst the ills which brought hira to hra end, his children wrrc his 
chief dehght and care, and he tnsdc himwlf as much their plny^frllow u 
their tutor. The Iwt thing which Mr. Foretcr has to tell of liinj was cha- 
racteristic of his diNposition Ihruugliout all bis prc^nous yean of life — "be 
would b« carried out in a summer's eveninf^. where the country ladi and 
luses were at their rural sports, and with his pcncd give an order on hi* 
^^ot for a new gown to the best dancer." 

Lord B%Ton'a " comet of a Mason " cornea neil io order nmongst 
Mr. Forster's Biographiesi Eways. The Essay on Charlet Churchill ia a 
free, bold, and vigoroua di9e«rtation on a satirist who was himself free, 
bold, and rij^rous, to a wonderful degree : hut whose writings bare never- 
tbeleaa fatlcii Mmchuw into undeserved neglect, and ceased to form a part 
of the titeniturc whicli an Bn^lieh etadent fceU luand to be ncrjnidiited 
with. Churchill was, indeed, a true poet a« well as a witty, dar>iiL% nud 
impetuous satiri-'<t. and Mr. Korstcr, bv judicious comment and quotation ~ 
makes evident the genuineness of his inspimtion in the one rapacity, aii^ 
the seventy and strength of his iurectiTC in the other. Hi? subjects, whit 
were prubably a help tu him at the time in obtaining his uncsamplv'd pojr 
laricr, bars wanted interest to subM^uent readers, and have been in ihi 
respect ao Impeditaent to his iamc; but, whun all obatetuent has 
made on this account, and on accuant also of bis habitual careteuness 
nice elnboration. it may still be axked, in Cowper's language. " wh^re sh* 
we 6nd in any of those authors who Ani*h their works with th« exnetnes 
of a Flemish pencil, tho«e bold and darmg strokes of fancy, tho»e numt 
ao hax«rdrnisly vcnturrd upon and *o happily finished, the mnlter *a tomi 
pressed ami yet tn clear, and tba colouring so ep*riDg]y laid on and yc 
with Mich a beuutiful cBccI?" 

Cu- " ■'! not hi^lp regretlini^ thai Churchill bad died so soon, an^ 
the ri <i)lh a kind uid wclUfuunded tme. The poet ccrtmnlr. and 

V" " ' "■ mso too. must hate hene6tcd largely by a loni^ei 

[ . iiarndtar waa one tbul warranted the hope of bettc 

I Was m rril w.ivs, ihero was nothing mp«n or hypoj 

^' -*>ifcn his vices were all open, manlike, and defiant i'_ 

and li<i \u' "•ciesee, though be •innni aE;nin.'t it, One of the 

ftr«t v>v* '•■ > \\\t Bhundancc that hi* writin;r» brought him, 

1^ who had before received a cotnjKieitinn. and 

" .rtale what Mr. Forstcr calls "a bne(, just 

!• ii* tlirrc was iin interval of sometbblg lUorr lliun 

\-A\ iif [:i-[iuii)e goodness is recorded of him to 
< were uot to great as bia virtues." 
' *\v\ fi><f"t Mnn<.i!i[7 „iitj_ rti point of 
-' Biographical 
. i.i: wit, and dm* 
^«ch of them uipa 
• %^ rcite of any 
the »wc«tcCMDf oainT«J 
■ ...^ ..-...,.. ..,,..;, ur]geil CbardhU to 


Forttfr't Essay*. 


n» and hu remorse. His manoeroflifeccMiperated witb hiakeeDtndever- 
mdj wit ia confouodiof; the diatinctiiHi Uetween the theatre and th« world, 
•nd ntlikiog botb to him a. Us^v on which lie played hi« brilliant part. 

Mr. Forflter describe* the subject of tiia cMay «» " nn EoghshmaD u 
•OOmtric, bumoron), and hatiricul as any lhi» nation hit* bred," and he 
Mpfilicit, oat of the matenala which th« kajrings, writings, and advrnturM 
of this humourist pruent to him, an abundant fea^t of wit and entcrtnin- 
iri«nl. In re»p«ct, indeed, to Kuote's peculiar range of intellect, tJie 
£aMi)rist'i exposition of hie powers and his proncu ia complete. Hi> teordt 
tiuxt toottnd like surordt w«e keen and finely teiiJi>ered as ever wit forged. 
Atkd alwKjrs ready at his need. Of thin, the cvidcnee it too full to leave an 
opportOQitf for dooht. But it ia hardly les» dear that the " bitterness of 
■arcum (tnd ridicole" was often need unfpitringly for mischief or for gaio ; 
that be (ucd the gioHt'a strength habitually Uka a giant ; and that anjr 
porpose of doing ^nod by means of Individual pnin. was the exception not 
the mte in the Mtiri«C'e dceigns, and, even when present, held at beet a 
very eubonUoattt place umooget the motives which detrmiiacd Footea 
coorsc The unwarraiitubli; lengtlie of dcrieion tn whkh his wit and 
mifniery somclimes ventured iu liis public exhibitions, had probably »o 
loftier purpose than that of building up again, by pro6labIy pandering to 
a wide-aprrad taste for di^parsgemeot, the fortune which had been more 
than once ruined by improvidence. Whether we impute the unacrnpulniiB 
ridicule to this cause, or to a motive of jilciisurc in inflicting pain, the con- 
duioa will not be favourable to Foote'e characteri nor at all conducive to 
belief that his odiiiiruble brilliancy of genius vas mated with a moral 
ire uf commcnsuniiv worth. 
In the choice of aubjeclt for his three HiEtorical I-'Esays, Mr. Forstcr haa 
dctertained happily. To those who H:ek in^tructiuu as well a» umiiscincnC 
in liislori', no record of the past is more accepluble than that wbtcb chroni- 
dn the conflicts, — whether brief, and fiery, and Giial. hke battles where ■ 
oation's independence is at stake, or protiacted painfully through year* of 
tumultuous elTort and si»pcD»e, — in which the liberties, and with them 
th« ^neml well-being of a people, arc made inalienable in their race for 
, ever. Uf this kind of interest — this lutcreet in the memorable contests by 
[which nnr own public right* were wrested from the gnisp of tyranny and ee- 
to «>— Mr. FortUTJi three Essays command an abtmdant share. The 
liiUul use which be luM nuule uf his attractive niateriala, and especially 
animation of lii» narrative and the striking picturesquenes* of his reprv 
iteCtuus of importnut scenes, adds to the interest of Ida subject that 
t of another kind which bekugs to the cunning woikmanahip of a 
*s hand. 
Ike IvMay on "The Debates on the Orand RcmonstraDce." is. in every 
rDse. a noteworthy contribution to our historic literature. The frevhneea 
^of the knowledge it communicates, the votit importance nf the Remonstrance 
lt*clf. the unequalled fierceness of the debates by which it was at last 
cmrried, the constancy, and real, and coumge of the great men by whom it 
ra* succeaafully advocated, and the fulness and remarkable ability of Mr. 
i^oralcr's Dnrrstivc of hII the procecdm^ incidental to it in the House of 
rCenntons, combine together to give to this portion of the author's volumes 
A dcgrvc of interest and value which is possessed by very few historical 
laayi, of no ereater length, in the lan^unge. 

It is chiefly from the rude and blotted manuscript of Sir Simonds 
I'Ewcs't jouranl that Mr. Forater lias collected his information concerning 
Ihe debates on that Remongtmncc. which he describes oa " the most lU- 


B^U IM^Ii. tta^ ihmttmMBmmymmm 
rme: hmL farifcac rmok. Ae bmI e^^4« 

sew r^fcta ■i fc iwp lw%«J » tte mim Wt lb ««« i^fet af » 
giaiedtiag: TW fan wiBh *^ rfth» ■■■lairiiir^rfwteA. n 
parfKMd Mrtcv Xr. ranter his p*^ >■ dib 

far riLii ill hflbrHow M the 8A of Xm i rt i r. I>tt.«aJlhc 
rliWf* — it — ■» tW »tt of the Cottovwg 

to it peKy tiMfJC'Jy aeaipcd the 
The cteA «f A* t«o gpa* r*vix> a 

jtB woM ieftrt. At A««ciyco»- 

i(U»p«T7h^bMBfcMacathelMiTCMw*'W«dviH7«k« UmH 
■mfceta»»»o«Hh— aaM Jthtr^ifceaen i iii ' |. Mi M. i u h aw. 

d«c(Mk^ ■ M iiiiilii thitlfaiihifti AM«h»iwt«en.Mtfce 
RHiK ^ Ifa:. Fmn'a ■imiliiJM Uov «■ lk> rSma 

•• thtf «Uh the dM «f Ab 

MMHC the dmi» if ite Bawi ] 

wmk ■ I rfc'm p u fciM y bt th« ttct 
lbs ay chBfirf'* Soar 6m 
wW* of fte fc f M LM OS Ac 
of ri^ of pfotat Md of pnoiiar, tW ! 
• cvcrr MiiC to tha hi 

with Uoed. TteoWkovt Ike 
te kas'« rMtr. «.4a^ Hyde. 

Ac tefanboa «4 Ac ddmee «f Mtagcd pdfie t%tot 
fhM «M tooahcri ia k; bf Ac aecaRicy cte m« fck thete .» far a 
«aoli» r I |. <»Jf«itAaMrifaarartia..yya^;»Jby 
AaMgfc«irf»»ih— JceaarncofAa i liiiii who ipoi. ,w-«»i- 
Wi^OKthtpav^dfc. Ta Am Ac|aMa« JMiy4K«iA«Mek 

t,-W mr^-hM»fe4 A^i««via A. 
a«0 *9 ladr m te A» ftM ia«t. 



^^ » ^-^- » - >. ■■ .J - .,.^-*->_^^ ItllMM II III liiiff, 

<tf Ac fah al K i which ft (wa rwa *ak ai w«Aa«k wMn^ a eaatrihaiioa 
of •mjU ^i W i •ni^t to A, h»fc^of Ag K)i«liA>lmteM ia ita fa«k 
poM. 1W Emm haa «tM the (tMl «mM U awnfa^H^a^MkdK 
^oonat or tfetf^w*! lanHfw ii n trtiaaa w^ieh ^ktm hca* am cv 1m 


Fortter'* £t$apt. 

BGcreJited from the diys of CbreodoD, with wbom they originated, and of 
•cttifiif til s strong light the [laticjit virtue of the nation which eubmitted 
for BO long a time to the oppressive »nd unconstiluiiunul prucvediuga uf tho 
)uag- And it gives, oiorptiver, a few dehghtfal gtimpees of the vruys and 
iDanners of the age ; and, above nil, a description of the old Hall «t Wcst- 
, and the adjoining Chapel of St. Stephen, which seta them before 
adcr as they nlood two hundred yrars ago : — the noble old hall, 
rr the roof of which, " whatever th<- businr ss in prof^reu might be 
Ihin the court* adjruning or in the cliapel beyond, toight be beard the oM 
cry of tcSal ifi/a lack f" addressed to the passer»-by whom business 
d there ; and the chapd. where, on either side of the 6)>eAl:er'» great 
ir, there "ut, puritan and courtier, the pick and choice of the gentle- 
of Eaglaod : with bearded faces close>cut and stem, or here and there 
nor* gaily trimmed with peuk and ruff; faces for the roost part worn with 
aoiiout tbouohts sod fears, heavy with toil, weary with responsibility and 
care, often with long imprisonment; there they sat, in their steeple hata 
ukd Spanish cloaks, with swords and bands, by birth, l>; wealth, by talcou, 
Uw fint OBBembly of the world." 

The second of ihc Historical Rmajrn — " The Plantageneti and the Tiidora" 
— haa its true utiumcler described in the cxpUnalnr)- lille of " A Sketch of 
OoMtitutional iiifitory." It {a n rapid comprehensive survey of llie pro- 
rraai of the nation from the state in which the second Henry found it to that 
Bt which Eliiabetb left it — a progreaa made for the moat part amidst many 
obrtaelea and much serere oppreaaion, yet never quite arrested, and, 
oAbiimIt itrougly marked wlieu contemplated from the new points of ob- 
NTTbUob wliico are from time to lime presented iu the course of centuries. 
In h)« clear and cautious stimmary of the estnbiii'hmeni of public ri|;ht*, 
ilr. I'orFl<"r exhibits more than once, with happiest effect, the misrule of 
r o[ipri;»KOT becoming itself, by Ike spirit of resistance it aroused, a 
urro of widcsprrnil good. Thus, ader telling us how, in the Miameful 
gn ijf John, every ni-w Cine levied on an old domain, or every new toll 
an old bridge or highway, helped to bring together tho Interests of the 
of tlie msnor, and the baron, and the farmer, and the citizen, he goes 
to t^ll Its, in a piiaage which affords a fair example of his clear and 
rcible manner,— < 

' TWrv i* aot an Ihigllsh f^Mtnsn liring in tlki« ninotwatli csntiuy who maj not 

a In aMue itifttv a portioa of iIm Hbcrtjr be enjoys to tJi« day wbm Eing John SA 

b^; (» :., l.U I'onalrj at tl>i<> XMtatt foreign iwieat, and niak« every nne of her 

\ It lUr* an Inrnwlf. Vttna Lbal >U,v tlie Krsud cNiiifitWanr a^^mt 

' mllj fomiUlst'le. I>ecaas« now unwavorlng vhspe t and wbal wm W*l 

UuU yi.oiA and ■trcni^heniid it. Tb« eoccvntnttjon of its porposes was mainly 

rk </ St>iib8>i <l» La[!);t>>ii, Mill forms his cbim to eternal nmuorjr. Rome nrvcr 

hvr jitmilo a ntui of iM>t>hrr nalurev or on* who man molnt«ly, wbsn b« l«ft tlw 

U* ni Um Vatican, bntbuxI to have kft bthiod bun dsu wbalorsr migbt hupliifte 

Ut otJlfsUoM at an UoglisbiaBn. No namo itands upon oar records worthier of 

national iioouiir. In mi luilaM— d a^ he liad oultinUMl witb xiortM, nut tAutM llie 

tt'ctici I'-.iniiri:. but tko aoeovpUshineDts and ffraoss of literature i and, at a tin>i< ap- 

-t un&T(7iirat>l,- u- the grawtfa orfreedon, be impdlod aiistiDg diaeoa- 

n<r liiif> n< gilt liNV« wasted ta esaoal conflict, to tha ertaUimtoent of 

' luu brtwem a trw and a do>potic owtiarvbv, of wfaidi o«r 

. 'Iff fvflanMand iluwst^m iliat awnit^l it. never uft^rwards 

-■nnally (ntitmlliNl the IrwdHnina violuacaof tlM-king, 

'.kU «rsr«riiig dengrt* of tbe barons; and anioog llio 

...y of Kimnynede for doe otianfWies of the instrumait 

!« i-ullnl aiHin to iik". prulia)>lj! uono tn*p<red (realer conBdeoee 

' iTiwl for a ciniaiii »|im:>flvd lime w Utogtou'* entody th« Towsr 

iMvBMa ei Lawkni. Tldl and otlter goanoitces conceded, the vartoos buada 


"^ -^ 




The pride »f anccetr^', a pride that so often prompts to " deedi orbigb 

tmprite," in th« field of [lolitics or of vrnrfare, lias tnken anuther and a 

:)n)ei*hitt unwonted direction for once ; and the cynical nriBtocrot of Straw- 

' bcrrj'^hilt, were he still in the fle«b, would have had to add one more to his 

tjist of " Noble Authors" in the permn of the eldcal son of Ireland's only 

rDuVe. Tlie Uarquis of Kildnre hao written and pul>!i.-«hed the hiitory of 

lus fomily from a remote period, and ably hoa he executed hio task. 

Ta»k, however, it ean hnrdlj be called, for so wholly a labour of love has 
lie Luble author mude llus patient and divertiified invcatigation of the bia- 
[|ory of his aaceatora. that it was abRolulely bia original inteulioD to hi the 
lorid at largv know nothing whatever about it, but to coQflne the resulla of 
if Ttiearcbea to the favoured owners of &vc -and -twenty copies of his coro- 
nlation; such being the inlcii^Scd limit and ne plu* uUra of the work. 
rortunately, however, others seem to have been able to fonu a better etti- 
!tt« of the Taiue of his labours than the writer hiniBelf ; and, thanks to the 
rgenl intercession ofDumvrous pcnons of rank and hterary research, not 
nly has hia Lordship foregone bi« oriffinal rtiaolulion, but two ediliona of 
lie work have alrf^adymade their appenrunce aincc ihe original wane of tho 
elect twenty-fire copies in the latter half of last year. 
In these memoirs of a family, planted no lesa Uian seven hun< 
[dred years ago on IriFih soil, and the itLemberi nf which — whatever their 
tbcr Ehort-cominga — havc \q no instance conaignod themaalves to a lil'e of 
idulence or luxurinus repose, thi; anti'^nariiin and the histurical reader will 
find much to attract; while in no irmtanci.'. wc feci ourselves jUKiified 
|rin^, will he incur the ri&k of b4.-inf ufr'jriilcd with offensive displays of 
itic arro^ncc, or any attempt on the part of the writer to hide or pal- 
»tc \hv faults or eccenlricitica of his forefathers. Thu stories of tli« " Great 
Earl,"' and bis treasons ugainst the Seventh Henrj- ; of ihw fair Geraldine, 
nd ijnrrey's chivalfoiiB but unreriuited love; of the youthful Earl Thomas, 
rbo, with bis five uncle«, expiated hia treanon at Tybnrn-trce ; of the 
widowed Baroness Offnly. who so gallantly defended her little cnntle against 
the C-tlholic ruffians of 16411 ; and of many others besides — whom for want 
of an index to the bonk we cannot at thin moment call to mind — have each 

Keir own peculiar ehnrm, and cannot fail to recommend this handsome 
lume alike lo the fair lady's boudoir and the book-shelves of Ihe student. 
His Lordship starts, we observe, with giving a sort of semi -currency to 
e story, no older we suspect than the end of the fifteenth century, that 
eGeraldinesare sprung from the same slock aa the Gherardini, a baronial 
Mily of Florcncu, the carlical known member of which, Kainerio, was living 
I in that sute a.d, tflO. Otliu, the founder of the Geraldine fsmily, who 
passed into England before the Conqueror, and who is also admitted by his 
Lordship to have been Ihe founder of the family of Windsor as well, is con- 
sidered by him to have been possibly fourth in descent from the Florentine 
Bainerio. But. on the other hand, the Wtiuliwr family, if we are not grnitly 
mistaken, claim llieir descent, through this same Olbo, (or, more properly, 
Other.) from Ohterc, the famous ^'i-ki^g, who made numerous voyages to 

■ "Ttui Earli nf KildBrn bimI tbvir Ancmtors, from 1057 to 1778. By tli« IiUi:i]tus 
' KQdarc. Tluid Editiim." (DubBn : Hodg«», Sultli, and Ca) 


TV QefaUme*. 

the cowts of ibe extnoe Nortb, uid wboae deaceadaidB aAerwardj tetlled 
ia "SotmAoij. 

Tke Gbcnrdiiu starr we u« ioclisexl to look ^oa H ao mate ibn a 
Fkrtntiae izncotiaa. fcc oaoi|4t»«otarT pttrpoaes, of \ aM^anObc^ 
■nden ibic, and tbe belief ia it— tf tbe SCiniira of KOdarc nJ^ ikws b^ 
B»Te U — m regard ua memtir frMti*M\mw trror; tbe oailjr error, la bet, 
tint bw oecunvd to as la a preti j carefnl eximloation of b« boofc. 

Tk aaeeater to wboo. tlmagb Ua foa Maurice, ia lU probdbiBty Iha 
GeraUiaet arc todebCed tot tbar ame. «a* Gerald, die graadMo of Olbo, 
tic eMBpanaaa of Uie Coofaemr. Tliia warrior, wbo was ecBt ta cp im pe o d 
•TdH EncBrii tbtcec ac*"^ ^^ WaUu wiUi It« good tjMe pnbapa tliaa 
paEbal m eret ioft, asMmd Nctta, k WcU prac eM , tbe caat^^itf lairtrBM 
af HtMj I^by wbcm At h^d becnoM tbe nedMr ofooe of tbe moM ocle* 
hmad paKikim Mad aamoct of bi* dif, Sob«t ef Ooaccaier, Aat endiir- 
hffAarm ia Stopbea** ade. To 0«ra;d. Ke«ca ■ mU tobm borne ibor 

eoanecf laec — trae or aol — na ■bofelber iBsetb vlAliM: — 

' II r^K—. IIM. r^MM ^ "WiMja, ri^e rf r^ J|M. ^I^ laillid Ifcii 

BOriMla K Cat «k Dn«i,ii^ ■»■«■■£■> th* <Mtw af lh« 

.t^ S^te — Ar w— r\ II iHW — ^ h Watw; ttii «ritrf tha 

rfOooMbtMrff^liBi^wba I l>f bg. rotedHmlMM 


hii wSi «T ooU tba wrilOT doaa 
tka ■■fcBHate bH^Hd Moaiaally 
mA itf iUb Vckk oAbea of rooac 

«BbH IriA 


^a*MM «rMi 

«« *• 


•!Ufc. I 


The iitraUiines. 


Drmk-y^T'heatih'^^T'hmaw, ilono Into the very bcRt Kree, if not loo 
Jong R name, would cetUliily have bovn is approprUte. 

llv B«roa in \\\% latl«r daye retired into iJie monastery n'hicli he liad 
thus built, aiid, liaviiig assumed the habit of the Order, died iIktc ij) VlhT. 
From Matthew Paris we learn that he was "a ntout fM>ldier, atid facetiuua 
whhal." As to bis son and successor, Mauiice. the third Baron oTOfla];. 
ttie only thing worthy of rvmark w, tli-il he married a isireat-granddRUghter 
of Fair Rof^moud Clilfurd, and throuffh bwr gained a cousitlenibl*! ac- 
ceasion of territory on Iriith soil. 

Thomas Filz Maurice, the father of John, first £»1 of Kildare, founded 
the Franciacan Abbey at Castlcdetmot, the ruina of which ate atill to be 
wen ; u also the IViiiitarian Abbey at Ad&re, for the redemption of Chris, 
tian captives fmm the Moors; ihe monks of which wore red and blue 
ero«M» on their hrea^ts. Thin abbey he bnilt at ihi^ persiiaxion of Dunbar. 
EiH of March, who was n patron of ihe Order, which hiul redeemed two of 
his (tervRolM from captivity. The nbhey is now the Roman CethoUc Chapel 
of Adare. 

Under Ihe head of Thomas Fitz Maurice, the noble nulhor treats us with 
aoroe ciirioufl heraldic information. First, as to the present mid-African- 
looktDg motto of the I^initer family, ** :" — 

"The aaelfnt war-er^ of the neraliUnes of Kildare was ' Crom-a-boo^' imd lliat gf 
the OonocMMl branch ' ^bllnct■■-lMu,' ' Aliii,' «r ' Abo.' •» eiclaiitHliua ef dedance, was 
tlie imwl t«Tintn*tloa af tbe war-i7ri«« In 1rcl»n<], tuiA wju added to tlw i)iiil.iiii:1i*o 
watebwnd of well tribe Cram (CltioiD) and Sfaanet (ijtiamd) woa twg cbjcIps, abuut 
rizleen milM apart, in the rnnnt; of Ltnirriek, the mins of wliieli still mnnin. TI117 
Wtoogvd to tba two jnnncipal hranclioii of tlin <<(>ral[|iitrii, and being on tti« honlcn of 
iha (XBrHna' etmntry, and ttie roiirtnut oljiect uf ntlnpk, 'Crom-n^bwj,* (.t 'Slmupt-n- 
fcoo,' wa« RbMitwl in oppocition tft tlie ' iWhloi'lw-a-boo,' • the iitrong hand tftvifton*,* 
of UiB tyBriBM. In 149S, llir Art d[ lU Hnirj VIl.. e. 20, wii» paned ' Ui abolish tho 
word* CrtRn-tt-boo aitd Batter -»-buu.' " 

The following;, too, are mentioned as traditions in connexion with the 
origin of the monkey being the crest of the Offaly Geraldinesi : — 

"John Pits Tboma^ afterward* Karl (X Kildare, then an infant, wiu in tb^ ntatle of 
WoodNlock, near Alby, wlian Diera wu lui almn of firv. lii tlir ranfiuiun tlial 
tamed Um diQd «u forgotttai, and u-hen the Mrvaota retunuid to icarch fur bin. tba 
roam tn wbicli he lay waa fbund in nilna. Soon after, a Btrai)|^ notae wis beard on 
ooa cf the tower*, and ou ImA'mg u]i tlie; aaw on upc^ wliidi wa> luuaOy kept chnioL-d, 
eanAlllj holding the ehild In til* urn^a. The Earl alterwarda. Id p«titnde rur hii pr«- 
•arratiDB, ailfptinl a monkey for lu* cnvt and itniiporteTa, and aoine of bii drscendunTi, 
is Biaiiof^ nf it, tiHjk iIk> ui3dltIoDal motto of ' Nan iinmnnoi lq>npflcii.' Auotber trs- 
ilHlw b, that Tbnma^ Fiti Ucnrira wiu oulj niuu nranths uld wkvn his ihllicr and 
prandfiitber vrrr tUin at tht l)Alt1eof CaUnii, in 1261, Tbo cbild wa*at 'J'lalt^, and 
ua bia nUvmlunti nulling out uturRinl >t Lhr Inti.-lligcnrc^ liit wa* Icit alntiu in his 
endle. wbeti a taiur l«bw>ii, or ■;»,•, (vuIe luni up in lii» Hniix, and mu wttli liJui tu tbe 
top of the towor of the ncigtiboiiriu); abbey. After carrying him rtiund the battle- 
menla and exhibiting biio to ibr frl^)it(-u«d ■pectator*, hi! broni^bt. the uifanl IhkIc to 
itacradlciD mMj. Tliouia* •ii«. in ■.niriaeiiuLiiL.'e, ninutited 'An Appasli,' (in Iriiih,) 
iBwahlg'SinuacttS.'or' 'the Ape.* W|ku Dean Swift van wntioK 'Uulliver'tTravaU,' 
ba bad qaarrelled with the KmtI of Kililare, and in urdi-r lu vvx Lini, iniroduM'd into 
Ua atorj Ibo part in which hi« hero t* c«rHed off and fv<d by Uic ItrukligiiagiaD aji«." 

If Ihe preserver wot rcaJly an ape. ihu hvrulda have been OTi;r-gttMcrous 
to him. fur in their ignorauec of iiutuntl lii»tory liiey have giren him a 
Hb«r rtmarkabty long "caudid appendage." 
About, tlie yenr 12^3, the £r>t Karl gf Kildare became greatly at i-ari. 

• Q««ry,''Ofthe Ape?" 
OBTT. BIU«. Vot, t'CV. T 

lut ' male Plautiiitcaiet, wu ■ prtii^er in tlw Tower of Londim. Etrly In 148G. m 
nport irM apMBd tint be li»d nado liis evcspe. In 14S7. 1«inbart Simnai, wbo rapra- 
■tnted lunself to be tti« J<>*™s prinoc. hndeA in UuUin. with wvcral BogUsh imUd- 
tDRi, dud B (bix» of SjOOO Qvmian troop*, aont by thp DnrhrM n( ilaT^milr. TW Karl 
af KiUnrc »t once acknowlwl^vd liini n* t\w nvl bc'ir Ui tlm tlinmr, qikI Iim i.-xainplo 
wu foltowed by almnct thir v\v>lf of thf fftU. It i^ tlwt th(i IrUfa nrninlistj 
ako Iwvs alwDjfB ootwidcn-d him ai tbe tnts Kart cif \Varwi(jk. Ho wtm pmcbumnl 
Una by tbo title of Edwaid VI., aud du ^^liitaxiiiUv wan tukvD to tbtt Oothednl of 
Cbriit Church, where, in the [jreacDce at tbo Lonl ]Jepat;i-. tht Chancellor, and manj 
Bobica and chutA of llie rwalm, after bin titl« Imd ttetfti let riirlli in a trnuoD, praacliea 
tijr the DIabop of Ueatb, tbe cnvmony of coroiuUmu mu {tprTamied with much ■•>- 
WmnitTt a rromi horrowad fh»n the statue of th« Virgin, in 8t. Mary*! Church, ntar 
*Dain« 0«t«,' being placed on hit head, lift hm then carried from the mtliedral to 
tba caatle, on t]M (nantdeis of a giif;antir man, callod 'Orvat Uarcr nf I^tt^m.* 
A hriiamciit was then (nmnKmed, wUidi i}a«*e<l ivmnl acta; and toe invwon of 
Engbnd Iirin^ reiolvcd on, th« F^rt ot Kilditre and otbor prmt lonb miaed a larg« 
force of Iruh and Anslo-Iriih, wliich, with the QcrmaDi, vma |itiir«l under the com- 
■nnd of iIm Barl of Lbwoln, the ton of John de la Pule, Diilte of :^uirolli. Tbo Chau- 
cellar, TbomM Fits Genld, miffned Ma ottce, in ordi-r to awoinpany the expedltlaa. 
Thej failed from DubUu. in Juni\ 1487, and landii)f[ at Ftnulrey In LAitcatiblrv, uianlied 
into Torbibirc. and thenoe to Stoke, in NottiiigbanHlun!, wheav mc^iiii^ Kinfr Hcory'i 
tant*. a batlle enau«d, in which tboy wart dofbatcd, the Earl of Lincoln and Tliomu 
VHx U«rald beisf; ibin, and Simncl takMi priaontiT" 

So gnmL, Iiowcvrr. wu Ibc uifluence of the Earl or Kildnre. th»t he not 
only obtiiiueil Uis pardon, but wag also letaiiied in his office of Chief Qo- 
Temor of Ireland, It was in the Bam« year (1488) that the Enrl led an 
ftrmy into the territory of Moy-Cashcl, in Wcittineiith, and there " dpmo- 
liabed the castle of Bi!Ie-rattui (Balratli) upon the itona of Mnrtni{;h Mnc- 
gwoghejriiti, aller hnvinR Sruiijflit urdnanco agftinst it." 'Iliis, the noble 
sulhor infonuB us, b the first mention of the use of CAnnon Id Ireland, In 
lhi» jenr, loo, au we learn fi^om Ware's AiinaU,^ 

** for a crcat raritv wcra aent to th« Earl of KiUlnro nx ban il guns out of Oermauy, 
which Itia guard, liuriog the time thejr stood aentTy, txire h(-fnr« hi* lialiitntion, «tatia- 
ing in Uie grmt hall at the «titrauc« to hu luiuie, ur qiuutun, at Thoiuai CniirL" 

These haiid-guns we can hardly a^e with his Lordship in calling " mui- 

In 1480. In ordei- to put »n end, if po?*iiT)k, to the bickcrin)r» and jea- 
lousies that existed between tht?n). the King Btirnnioiied all llie lords of 
Ireland lo the court at Greenwiuh ; a Buminong which, uith tbe exception 
of the Eat\ of Desmond and Lord Kerry, tliny all obeyed i — 

< **Tbc KingrecdvMl th«m rcry grudotuly, and, among other thing*, snid to thCMlorda 
who had Mippartiid KitniuJ. that ' ilutj would bL loat cruwn u[Mt', 'iKiaLit lip be low ab- 
■raL' U« tiwii vou&nned to them bU foU Midou,and weat,iux-<iu>]mjiiti1 )>y Iht-in, tD*o< 
lenn p roce ati on to the church i afW wblon be ODlertilned Ihcui at a iplimdid liaoquct, 
wlwK be cauHd Siitinel to wait upon llien M butler, and al laat djauuMed tlicni with 
anarka of favonr ami cnnHili'nco." 

He Earl, one would suppooe, would find plenty to do at home, without 
plotting any fuitlier a^inst the reigning HOvereiKii. In 1491, " a great war 
arose between Con O'Neill and IluKh Roe O'Donnell;" wherenpou they 
were summoDed before the I>ord Justice, who inetrectualiy Irted to reconcile 
Ib'-m. Tb* fcud aro*w in conarqntnce of O'NeiH's demimd — "Send me 
tribute, or elae ," and U'llonneH'ii equally laconic answer — " I owe 

you no tribute, and if——." And yet [ilot he did, or at all «venla got the 

' What doai the Dnkc of BiickiiiKliinu aav to thia P 
* A »)} hit at Kildarc'e <i«it, not Improbttbly. 



The Gertildinn. 


credit, or niher ili«cT«lll,or It : fur in 149*2 be wm retnov«J tmm bis ofSeo 
of Lonl Deputy, " being »u«pecte<l" of conspiring again»l llie King. 

ImmcdiMttfly wpun bcisig Ihm relieved of his fMce, tic fmitid »n oppctrla^ 
mty of enti^ring mVt % bloody quarrel, on his owu &0" ' 'bf BulJ 

ler« And their mippi^diTd. L'ltimatoly, 8ir James of < witb it 

O'BriGnii an<i oth^r allien, riicunpcd in the vicinity of Uutjhu ; wlutrcnpaa' 
tlir KnrI agr*<>d lo hold s conference with him, the circumsluiccs ' attend- 
ing which (11 e thus dcBcribed by Staniliur«l, as quoted by our luitbor : — 

" KtMarv appi^iited (ha neetJiig to bee at St. pBtrick liti Cbardu; wliar* aa I 
were rippfac «p one to tba otbw Uialr matail (imrrela, ncbar nwenUaB tba^i~ 
Uwy WMtatBtd. than aeknowWdgng th« ugnri« tbajr otTtirol, iha citiicn aad > 
bb armf fell at aommv jnrrr. fw Ui« Ofipraanoa and cxartioa wiLh «tiirli tbi- aoiiUle 
•nrcbargcd thm. Witli wlumi, as port af Iba dtinna bieli«ivil. •" a rnutxt kmit 
■rchera rvbt isM the charcli, moantug ta ban Bmrllxwud Onouuil, ai tko a{il 
bal-w««tlur of al th<ae UvIcim laUil^ The Karl of OnDaml ^Mr Jwnai) 
Ihitt br bad baea bettajcd, (fed lo tba ciiapit<a-boiMB,[»ul tuo tbe dure, ^Mninif i 
miitlx and najM, Tie dtlnm lo thetr Mget laaKiiBlDg tbat wnej poet In tb^ efan 
liitd b«en one of \h» mildiwih that taabba or nabbs at random ap to tba tooAe^toft waJC 
ta the dtaiuiell, UariiiK mmim of Ihnr arrowa atickiw In tha baa^. KiUani ponuing 
OroKind to th4> chsiNtrs-hDaa* don^ «Dd«rlAolt«i oq bit bonoov. tliat b* ■faoold reaoira 
no TillaBif). Wtrxva^oa tbi redtaae, saving hia lardibip'i liaod to aanua bbn hU Hfc 
Lhore HTB* a cIcH in tlu) r^jittroJuMue dom DierMd in a trinr, lo the rml hoth the Barb 
rittmld have tbakea baudi and bee neoDciloa. Bat Onpondo, mmuiiitg tbat tUa drift 
waa lotended for taa» ftirtlMr troarbcn^. that if h« a-ouM atrctaA* out hia bind it had 
been par caae chopped oll^ r r fm a d that proAer, nntit Kildaro alralchod in bU faatid to 
bim. and eo the dora via opeaed, the; both atshracvd, th« flunu apiawail, and uU lb«r 
quarreUa Ibr tba fvoeata rather dleoontlnood ibaa ended." 

In conmqueace o( tho outrage oommitled on this occosign by the citizeni 
in etKKitiiig their Ktrowa in th« church, a l«gato wbs scot from Kotno. wl 
only Kh»oIvcd them frou the aeiiteuce of excooimuiiicaiion. which had bvcn ! 
piononnced against tliein, va coDdilion that in future " tl)« Maiur of Dublii 
•hould go harefont through the citie, in o[>en procesaion before the net 
ment, on Corpus Chnnti day ; which peniteut aalisfacliou waa after, vi 
every such procressicin, duly sccomplistwd." The door in which thr hi>U 
WAS cut, the noble autlior tntunna u3, \» still pneserred io St. Patrick'^ 
Cxh'-dr.I. Dtihlirt, 

.ft^rllii* the Karl and hia adhcreiita wc-re attiinled by Act 
r :, a proeecdins; whicli of cour's* grcally reduced his jwwcr fa\{ 

titttiKiuc, AtVr several skimiishc* w~>lli Plunkct of Ralhinore. In whiel 
hi- was' hml tbr good fortune in "lay hia gallant foe; aft< 
wbirh, as a clir -< us. he wan again " fullowed hy numhcm." Thi 

Bl'^^nfi if Mcaili ' r and atx-tior in the matter of Simncra canitpirac] 

t- : to hare incurred \\\% rftientinent:-— 

L.L. .,..-1 tra* al^o at miaitj aitb liu funatu- friend,tbe ttishap ctf' M<-3t). . ■»( nnt^ 
day daawl blm bt/j a ehitrdi. to wbkh be had tkd for Modwuy. I 
him C~> i^TTTiii oat. and on h'l rrAial, c^letrd fwonl in lund, and fpkne 
li 'hpHann). * ><fc, ' (htt wnnal oath.) wr it ii--t. I.e Limm Lif 

I > ha oAViiOf^' jIiI tlml it >b hi* Iteart lo lay liin nt'jfil (■) 

•n»r tbi" the E^rl waa nrrp^ted atw! ^-nt «rt-iT to RntfUtnl 

k . .1;- 

\n altfmH 

<iIbp. evTO in I 

iii'iT" ul <<un"'.iti=iri 


The Gvralitinex. 





"Upon bciag htrc- nixwt<i.nmoRg at^M aeu of viotence.ortariigfl)N«l tlu Biibop 

of U«mtti tram tlii> Morttianr, bv aatd, ' Ho wm doc nuffirivnlljr baJMd to vakm ■MwOr 

Ll« ntvh wifig^itj- ntatlvn. Tbe Biiibup wot a iMt-iwJ uun. kdiI to w*« not bo, aud Uivra- 

Ubm tDkdt eutlj oHt(]>> htm in iLrffQtiwiit.' The King thra nid, * He might choow ■ 

toMUHritor.' Hw EnrI rvplicd, ■ I doabt I «k«II not h«rL- Uiat good fe\]oir HinL I «rouId 

AaOM.* Ttw Kbm MtarM hint bi iliould, luid wldtiil that ' it voucerunl in gtsl counMlt 

that «M rety eool, ■■ ht doabbed hi* tnam waa verv bwL' Tits Earl Mplktl. ' I iriU 

<lKHMe Um v«r7 b«t ia KutLuuL' ' And who U that'p* wdud the Klm^ ' U&rrv, th« 

Cuig hiuwir,' qooth Uh Kari, ' nnd b^ St Drid« I viU cbooM no otW.' At th<« tb« 

I Kint.- Uii^had, ukI tnrwDs to tbe canncll. aaH, ' A wiaor mm might ban: duwra wona.' 

: Tlko klnrl wmt thni BCrruril of haTiit); burnt the cnthcdral oT CMhcl, in contoqnrarc oTa 

' frail inth th« arctiUnhnp, am) manj witnMM* wara prewnit to nrov* tbn fiwrt j tnil, con- 

I U*rj to th«ir «Apcetutii>n, Iw not only amfimed tt, but icIaimcJ. ' By my truth I 

' wiMUil aerti hare dtinr it, bat I thooght tha bialMp wu in it' Tho Mvbbiabon bdoff 

nrewnt, lad ohm of 11m Inuiaft at tha MctuMV«« tbo King hia(;l>ed hMu-lilj, ana wm M 

nrourabi; ImpriMMl bv tine blontno* nml fnnkiiMi uf the Eul, that on the Bithop of 

Mertb ntelaimtn;. * All Irrlaod mnnAt rnU- thl^ mtit V h« at nniw nrpQvd, ' Thun bo 

aball rata all iKhmd.' U'lluilun, with wliom ihn Karl traa aoraaed of oonapiracjr to 

apaalaHita -Sir K. Foyidngi^ waa abo prcaeat, aoil cleared him on oath from the c)»cg«." 

The Earl tras restored to hia honours niid oslale*. and appoiuted LonI 
Deputy, br \tUvra palvnt. dtLtctf the 6t}i of August, 1496. Tliv astute King, 
hoiTever, toouglit it us irell tu take ilie precaution of retaining his eldest eon 
Gcr^'l as an boataj^ for bis good benavionr. Tbe Uarl, however, weros 
to have gained wiBdum by esp-rieDce. tae in 1407, Pcrkin Warbcck, bciag 
«bliffvd toleare Scutluitd, limdutl at Cork; whereupon, so far vra.» he froia 
rvceirtn^ CDCtiungemcnl from tbt: Lord Deputy, that he, nrith his Irish 
alliea. itarrowly escaped being taken prisoner by him. 

In th« yen 1503 the ToluiDe called " The t:arl of KildareV Red Book " 
waa cntnpiied for the Ifarl. It contains copies of grant*. titJe'decds, and 
Other documents belonging to hiu, and is now in the Duke of Leinaler's 
pew eant oo. 

Among lh« Gheranlini papers, the noble author tells us, is to be found 
Ihe (bUowing letter, written by the "Great Earl" in 1507. There was 
Bothing, in aU probability, lievond the a^rcidcntal simiUrity between the 
iHunofl th»l prompted the initiatory correspondence refemd Lo in it. The 
vagueness, too, of its address is worth remark : — 

"Tnba girm tA all th» rainilj oft ho ObmnUni, nnhlain fkma and virtue, dwelling 
k Flr«wni:«v wr belovnl hrvtfareii in Florvnco. Oerald. Karl of Kildarv, Ijord Depnty 
ef the Lon^dDDi ef Ireland, acuda gKtHag to all IIm family nf the QhiirwiUai dmlliig 
in riurvtKM. Moat graieAil to na ham h««n your kttcra'lo ua. ummI iUnatrioaa msiL 
Pram thrm ■# havekanied to know the furrour uf the fraternal low that you bear to 
jDur own bhKML But to ordar la Inoeaad your joy HtlU mora, 1 will briefly inform you 
of tb« atal« of Tonr rdatioaa ui tbete porti. Know, then, that my prcoiiccaaora and 
an— I iJTt pa«M fmm f'ranoa into Bmciafid. ind haTbg reimiaad tbtra Kn- nma time, 
tlMy. in the ynr 1140 ( 1170), artiTed bi thb taland of Inland, and by thtir swords 
ahCaiaed poat poMtMnionis and arhi<-*ed gT>:at. r«uit« of arm; and u[i to the preunt 
day they nava u>c7«>jM:<d wad mnltiplicd into nuuiy bmnclnia and builiea, inaovoidi 
that I, by iht' ^raoe of Owl, poawM I9 boruditarv ncbc tho earldom, and an Earl of 
Kildarv, bcl tin; dWvne CMtles aad maaons and ny urn UbcrnlHy of oar Mort Serena 
Lord thr Ktn^ of England. I am now liia Dopoty in tbu whuia of It>daRd, daring Utc 
plsasor* of hia Ms}asly, an busioar frsqtHntly olrtainad beratafbn by my (hUwr and my 
ptiJaeaagri. IVrebalBoa talattanof oont inthaaefArtstsUed thaKarlof [taauoiMt 
nndar wboae lordahip tbera ara ooa handfad nBe% In length, of oovatry. t>ur bonaa 
haa iarrr— ad beyoiMl luoasiir*^ n a nBltftwLs of bamM, koighta, and noble iicnoai, 
bohCnf many pnMraaiona. and having nndor their coni'tjand many nenoim. Wc are 
muat <lf«in<n!> l« krtatr tin- dtvda of onr aamtoir^ ■> titat if you have in your puntiauMi 
aity hiatu: -*t yon to iiniuuanicatfl It to ua. Wv wiah to know the tirtijiit of 

ear honai. n'niitien. and the namot of ynin- anoottora; wltetbcr ttii-T arc nny 

ef tbam M-x-H-u Lii i iiuace, aial who of oar Cainily inhabit tb« Kouuui l«rritory ; 1 alao 

l-U ^Hsaionary Advenhtres in Tcraa and Me-xieo. [At%^ 

icinh to knaw the tnuuMcUoM of tbe prMool tine, toi U i^yf» nit iTKst jov alfnj* \o 

bcv of our lioiue. If tli«re ia anjrtltiaip Ihkl mv on jxucure for ><>» uironv')! ^dlL 

libov and intlxuitr^ri or anrUiii^ that toti have not f^t, iinrli lu lixo'*. - 

or dog* for tbc duic. I bcK jroa wQl mbrm mc of it. ns I »WI in «- < 

endMvoiir to obof jroor itmHim tiod b« vritli yon, and da jron low o* in n'tuni. Pmnt 

our C^tlv of (SMtlodnriBot, 27tb daj of May, 1607. Cieiutu." 

It was this corrcspondcricc no douM, pcrli&ps tliis very letter, that aoj^J 
gestcd to Arioslo bis mcnlioo of the earls of Kiliiarc aiid Desmond in " 
Orlando FurhtO : — 

" Or ffoRrd* (l* Ibcmcsl tfyrtao n pisnu: 
8000 dM (i^fwdre I e tl oonte Hi CblMera 
~ Ucm la pnma ; e Q couta dl Deanonda 

Di Bert iwmti I1* tratta k MCOHda."— G»to s. i<<mm 8<I. 

In lol3 the Eail marctied against Leniy vwinan, or O'CarroU'f Cwtle, DOir 
Leap Cwtle, in the Kiiiui's Count}* ; but while he vr^s watering his horee ia Uw 
ri¥«r Grucw. at Kilkta, he wsw shot bj- one of the O'Mores of Lcii. In cobi' 
eetj»vnc« of lhi» wound he iiiuvcd kIuwI^ hy Athj- to Jiildarc, whvrc, »f\et 
lingering a (ew days, he died on tlie .Inl uf S«ptciuhi;f. Hie bi*dy w< 
carnal to Dublin, and buried before the hij^h altur of hi* chapi-1 in Chriat 
Church Cathedral, the site of which la now occupied by more modera 
buildings connected with the edifice. 

At this point, Ihc end of the Middle Ages, and t)ie suppo^ i (Uiicot* 
by the" (ircat Earl" of hts long lost kiiivineii of Floieiice, we most lakt 
our ieare of tlie Gcraldiiie.4. At the expi^nae of considerable labour an^ 
vcr)' patient msearch, their noble biographer has produced a pleasing' and 
useful work. We hope that he will a^n give na an opport unity, ere longj 
of welcoming him npon a field on which hia Uboura Iiatc bo auspicloua^ 


It wan in 1935 that, by il« victory over the Mexicans 00 the banki 
the San Jiurialn^Texut achieved it« iiide])«ndcucc (>rthc Mcxicau K'^public;^ 
and it vfaa exactly ten yearn aflurwarda tiinl it surreiiiii^red this iiidrp^iia 
d^nce tn the I'uilrd Slutca. In 1816 a disajfreL-meiit arose tiel*»ecu lh< 
Mexico ffspi'-rting the IVxian boundary, which In 
TO the drriMon of General lloUKion so a« tu include 
ive trade of which ciiy icndcn^d It a very important 
thp-r wr» however, diirint; the daya of their 
- ou their soutlfT-n frontier?!, the Texiiui 
. :i c-onditiou to Iuk^ airtual posscsMun of this 
> ; aud it had con "<'(]< leiitly r>.'matiicd uiidor the duini^ 
. who tinl>jc<:led ihi' Anicn. .1 irnd'.-r* to innch iitinoy- 
.ntt becatiiG incorporated with the Unitcl Statics, niea«^ 
' I'L-.ii] la >cl thin mntti^r right: a war was proclaii 

.tinued for two yi-ar*. 
. ; ...iw a youui; l-'reucb prieat wu qtdctly pre[ 

f : 


6aoli Kc. 


r ■ 


till I 

■■•. A tVrMinal Narrathrt of Xi] 
I )r>itiuiui.-k TraaatAtnt IWitn Uw 

18S8.] Missionary Adventures %h Texas and Mexico. 



hiniscir at the coll«ce O! St. Louis, in the Miwoilh etnte, for niinionuy 
work in Texas ; and l»y lim time ibe war was eodetl, h« was r«fidj lo begin 
Iu8 laboiiDi. EiDmnniirl 1 'rMtiencch wnx iit thi» tini« in hia twrnty-ttiird 
year. Wbcn, in 184.>, tlie Bi*hop of Toxoa had ti«ited Frani* for tlie 
|>iir])o«e of procuring recnitta for itii? iniiuiionary cause in hia diocew, lliia 
youth hid cfte«riy offi-red hii»s«If. It was no l^mptint: proapeet irbich lh« 
rcv#rcnd father held out to those who enliatcd in the sacred scrrice : — 

* You will not alvrara," htt frankly toM Ibctn, " havo wliHvwitb to a«ti*fy tha mlla 
of bttDser and thint. Vuur Jouraeyin^ will bo iimMsanl, througb a country at yet 
but hitte known, and bnuidlMfi in it« «tt«nt. Voa Mill [Mua ni^hla o« the daiup 
fnroml. hihI i-tiliT\.' ilii^a cxpotw) to a Lnnung nu. IVrita ur«tery kiwi j-ou will ou> 
•obdUt, wliivli will try joor counti^ and encniy at every rtep." 

But Ibis diftcouragin^ picture bad no cAsct in rcatraining the young 
nriest'a ardour : pcrhnpfi il only increaKcd it : nt ntiy rate, on the 20th of 
March. 18-16, he omhArktMl at Havre for N«w Orlcana, Here he ariived 
in May. and after a short stay a»cendi-d the Miesinaippi to SL Louis to 
finiah bin ecclefliaslicid etudiec, and olberwife flt himself, in hia own worda, 
" for the njMwlolic life of the miwiouR;" prepnntions wliJch occupied him 
for two yearn. At llie end of ihia limi; bv relunicd to New Orleans, 
proceeded thence to (ialreaton, and tiicu dfpnrlei) for San Antonio, in the 
interior ofTexw, where he was rC({ularly ordaint^d. Ilia lirMt misiiionary 
charge was sbired with a colleague, the Abbe Dubuia, It extended oier 
Ibe at-IlJemenls of tb* nwth-wcf*lcrn boundary of Trxa«. ita chief point 
beiiij; C^^lrovilk'. a miserable collection of hula, yclcpfd proa pectiv civ « 
totem, thirty milea euat of San Antonio. It waa only the German Calholjcs 
uf iJie rvgi Jit, Kod the Irish subltcra in Ibe American service, with whom 
the l»o priests were concerned : but the laboor and the suffering were 
mfScli'ittly heavy. At Castroi'ille the people were very poor, and but 
tittle disposed, at first, to afford to their spiritual piide^ even the small 
uuatance in temporal things thnl lay within their power. Consequently, 
n« Uiefifl guides were almoet cntiruly dependent for the (supply of all phyat- 
oU wants upon the offeriuga of (heir llovk, they were in a deplorable alatc 
of destitution. At one time the Abbe lliibuis was forty -eight hours with- 
out Iftsting food at all; sometimes tbe fTiends were compelled to feed on 
Utervl carri:]i; at ulhefB they were reduced to the necewiiity of begging 
from door c- ^oor for a liltle meal; and once tbe Abbi^ Dubuis waa forced 
to make an n->i)eal to his parit^uners from the altar. A few fresh vegeta- 
ble* wii-re A ireat to thfm ; and rriciiR«ee« of fattened cals were debcncies 
for choice occasions. For a long time ihey bad but one caasoxk between 
them, " >o that wbiUt one said ntasa, the other walked aboat in bis shirt- 
aleevea.'* Our author may well CDtiiment upon the imjterfect coiiceplion 
entertained of tbe amount of trial and prii-ation suffered by the Catholic 
laiilioJtaiy priest lie has no help from the government or the Church ; 
fur cvery^ing, even op to the btiiUIing of churches and schools, be has to 
find means fur himself. The aid alTorded by the Society for the Propaga- 
titin uf the Fniih is very slender, the rexourcc.i of the Society being entirety 
inadequate to the nfcessiiics of the misAions. From ila establishment in 
1823 until IH-)6, ita whole receipts had only been thirty nullionn of francs; 
whilnt the Eugtisb Bible Society had, in the course of a very few year*, 
disburstd more than three times that turn. The Protestant missionary, if 
he has dangers to encounter and hardships 1o endure, is at least sure of 
support and a«ttttance; the Catholic misaionary, on the contrary, in addi- 
tiou to the trialft peculiar to his situation, in burdened with the tliousaud 
earca and miserieB of extreme poverty ; — 


3fuait/tiary Adventurcw ia Texat and MtJrico. T^ttg. 

•' WImL efforU of awMifeaeiit And indailty." ezcbuau our kuUmt. from hkvmi 
btttv/ exii«rieiN.-<\ " what otatacW to Minnount, wImI nitMrim U> ondotga^ in tlUM 
iMlituilA In order to tnpport lift, to ntablish • dwrdi wid r idwol. Mid icciiro « |ik»* 
peroiu fbtare to tbo minion i" 

The building of a church wsi one of tha most darlit^f projecti of tli« 
yomia Abbd and his colleague. TIic church at Casuoville wu a wrelcbed 
wuodcii but, wliich cuuld not Kccotiiiuodatv uearly half the coii):regiBtwa. 
A niiKV L-ommudiuii8 edifice wa». in fact, " « tlung at rtai aecusily ;" 
but, hke many uiollier of lh« fiiaids,' real neccuities, it was more pitmtn\; 
than easy to supply. They deieimined, however, to make the rffort. 
Domepccb made out plans »iid e«timBte»i Mid, moreover, took tipun him- 
belf the more difficult taek »f coUectiui; the iadi»penEablc fuod*. A* a pie- 
liminary towards the vnrryin^ out of this latter purpoiM, it wa« neceaMry 
fur him to mnke a joiinit:} to New Oflenoa: hJH ttiK:k at C^ittroville were 
loo ]iour, if they lind beeu ever %o williitf^, to lielp him. The joumty vraa 
a long one, and would expose hiiu, tn all probahility, to almost every kind 
ofpvnl and hardship. Great part of llic way lay through rc^ne iu which, 
if the unhappy iravi-llcr escaped being Bcalped by the IiidJnns or toni in 
piece* by the wild beasts, he was moAt likely to die of hunger or thirst. 
However, our missionary wat in the service of God ; and refu^niiti^ himF^if 
into Hi» hand*, he »et forth, and reached his destinalion in safrty. I'he 
collection. chieSy raised amongst the merchantft of New Orleaus and 
the plajilers along the banbft of the Mississippi, be^n satisractorily, 
and would probably have produced a sum amply fufficieiil fur its object, 
had it not been abruptly cut short; by ao urgent letter from his colleague, 
Domcnech wn« suddenly recalled to Caatrovilte, where the cholera had 
brukcn out, for the second time since tbe two priedU' residence there, vitb 
fatal fury. Our author commenced his return. At Viciorin. a town on 
the Culumdo. ho was detained for two days on hie journey by tbe death of 
ihv prie«t, a young luau only a ytrtur or two older tluui himKlf. Tlmrc is a 
touching pathoe in the few aenteace* in whieh the young AbbS describes 
lus feeling* by the death-bed of hi» brother-iuissionary, perishing eo young, 
so far away from his friends and country : — 

" CoatempUlitig thk youtlifU victin of dmstiia dtarity," ho ays, " uy boait was 
trady to WmIc ; I tell onoa nnr knoM and weirt. fior 3 ooold not piv." . . , . ~ Ufa !** 
he mntitiaeM, " who •ImuI t«ll of all that paMca ia tli> bMtrt <a ■ Totmg mtMonary, 
tnm the dav bo rweivo* liia moCbci-'* iwniiv kiM 1v tbe Jay Im bcarui fak Imi ttgit < 
to diMatit ■dirndl! I thi in> knc-M. at tho foot of ttiat tMt] w hrrMin tlw KMen mnite ' 
•raa itrcUHiMl, that Eh of ikTotedi ihb, iif lahior, fat)f^u«, sutl (tibI, un(util«l Wmell be- 
Ibfv mo ai a nat and glooiiiij panonuna, and all ended in diiilli— »»iiili-ii, utM':i)>ort«d, 
aad aeiUtaij. NotwitliAui^a tha aad ^h1 of tny poor friend. I mTiDd bi< bit -, ta bis 
nua Uinre mmo uo doublji ahuut Uw ftiiar^ for h« ditd in Um aiiUftt af Ubour. 
Tlwni, rvdpctiog on tnjo^, I bxtboitBht mo of my ilMtln<nl consdtatioti and kiat 
■ttvngtli. I was not so uU BB Father ntagerald. bqt yet I was i|tihe fpaat," 

As anon as hia friend was laid in tbe grave he bastened on. The rrtum 
lo Caatroville was not at-cnmpliiihed ae happily aa had been ihe jixiniey 
tbcnee lo New Orleans. Fattier Diinienecb was accotupanicU by a youog 
Fccuch gentleman, whiite gaiety and Kuud-lmmoiir served, in socoe tneasira. 
Im Miya, lo make tbi: route more tnlerable; but tbere are certain poinis 
of dbenaiCMt at which U is not to be beguiled. On Imring Victoria, the 
Invelltra bad pruvtaiMW only for Ibrw dats, whilat it would be KTca 
btforr ibay couU raach Sao Aotot^ ; lo add to ibeir diawuisbciion, tiie 
ircaUwr was alonny, with inceaant raia, which made the givuad to hcavj' 
thu it wai diScull to make any ^ogrtw at aU. AU llw*o muetic* tbey 

I^B."] MUalonary Advfniurea in Texas and .Afexieo. 


I tend 

pot re«Kniabljr fotnpowd bcM on ; hut at length, on lie sixth day from 
ibrir depwture from Virloria, their minfonunes j>eem«i to reach a height 
kt which paiicncf! etappcd. The run li&il fallen vith little intermiMion all 
4«v, the luuds wen; cvrupklvly iiiutidale<l. and tin clearings in the \Tooda 
imnI to lakes. 'Jlieir pontion wu becoiuint: ever>' uiomvnt worse, when, 
cap it all, tbejr were overtaken hjr the sudden night of the tropics. It 
wa* trnpoftHiUe \o proceed, and they were compelled to bivouac in tha 
atidat of the watT. This waa wti^tched enoiijjh ; hut ihey had »ciu«el}- 
Kcltled thciDfteJvcs in their wet ijuaiten, when a rrighiru! (riiipe»t aros« 
kKHud ihcm : ttie wind hlvw a hurric«ne, sweeping forest and plain, and 
ibe Ifgfatning flashed, and ihe thunder ronrcd uninterruptedly. Meanwhile 
ottr poor priest wns in a pitiable plight, the cold, and damp, and fatigue 
bftfin^ brought on fever. He could not sleep, of course, and it would 
appev roust have got n Htile delirious ; on no other supposition can he 
locoant for the resolve be now look of continuing hitt journey. He tried 
tv prevail upon bis companion to proceed also, but the latter refusiii^, he 
•aalfUrd bix horse, and departed alone. The lempesl continued to mge m 
fiercely as ever, and the dawn was jet far off. U was not long before be 
had IohI the beaten path, and had to pursue a landum coun^, sometimee 
tkrcn^ waTca of mud and water, and aomctiroes over prairie>land of which 
the loof; ^raM awitcbed his f»c«. Ere loog his troubles multiplied :— 

** It appeared tn mr Ifaat mjr liona was Ibtealng to •ondhinit ; tie pr!c)i«d up hi* 
eara, maA berwiw oncuj »ni r««tlTej he imortei) vioWntljr; and at Lut rvaiwl, and 
nAiscd to adniK*. I vaa oanblo to dittingui^ any objvct in tba dork, and still ] 
was Mtitflcd that the poor aninal wan not Uirown into tkU tUXt ot terror without 
Vitus emtae. 1 drew one of uij nutoti froui tlie buUtcr, and itruck mr apDrs faito tlie 
bona to nrge Urn fbrward. A n-!t;litrii) uiexiiig tlteii ww li««rd, and two phoapboric 
Htflila biased at twratj pores from tn« : tfae nyatery wiu at onee solvrd. It wat a Uger 
or panllier. nr, DtstthAact^ a nninlier of Uime attinmls which sotTOaiHled me, for my 
hsad mltd to ibU t bneied that bornlDK ^e-bklb were Sxed oa me from nery ii4p. 
I bad bot a bran) of pistols, aud to wonid ouo of tbost animab would have twoi at- 
tmdad with too aincb dan^, to kill il wflold be impoMihle, ow-ing to the (UrkBns and 
tbt UMtcadintBS ol my aim ; 1 tliereforv diachvyed my pinlol in tho air. My hor*e. 
naddwDft] with t«Tmr, became qnite mtinanti^-aMe, and nUrLed titTmt full aiieed, I knA 
well hi nj Middle. The paathers slnnk away to a ihorl OiatanM at the report ot the 
pialnl. but the; sonn mamMl to witbin a few fcot of ttie mnti'. Krnm itU this I euo- 
dttilad, whilst galloping akitie. thnt thnir iIi'db had bvcn inuTiitHtnl, aiKl tlint I wm lu 
dsafcr cverj Instaat of lunibluig into wnu eroek. Hie cru«kiut; of fr(:<g*. which was 
bemnl^ more distinct as I proceal^ left no doabt on my mind as (o ibts fact. In m 
fiiw niaate* I beard Ihe s^ilaahing of water about tho borae'a leg*, and I fell tlie cold 
(■Una ftnt my fM, and than rannfng up my litnlM at ernry stfide. At last the borw 
smk m tba water «p to the brauta stoapod saddenty. sad aiW that, nritbn- wordi, 
Mr blows, nor spar% aSi!et«<l him in the icaaL l(r accined ehanged into marble. 

" 1 wtt>t«l nn iaatani, until ■ flaah uf liKhtnina ahenrrd me where I warn. Ily its 
rapU light 1 saw bef»« ok a lake furoitxl bj t«e n^ns. No weeds floatvd ou its 
mittea, which prorod to me that it was h deep that It would bo shser uAdnrsi to 
aU<n|rt to croas U during tbe ni^bt. I aemrdingly retMoed lay »itj»^ but not daring 
to ratara to tba wnoda, im anrtmnt cif tha wild Maatu^ I dMDOuntod, and luaictig my 
hacb aicaiiMt a trw, wiib tba water up to my kneca, and holdbic my ptAols in my 
band. I Awuii the pantlien, whleb bad ^^lun mamed. I wns rMolved to sell my llfo 
ibwrlji •■ puauUL>; bowurer, the {Miitlten ointeiiUd ttieniDrlrn with uiakiitg « 
•lit arciimd me, wilhoat sppruai'hing too oear. Tbeit bowlin)! ail ibe time wm 
K Bppalliag. Ilj poiw horse was so terror-trtrirken that, altbongb be wa* otrt lird, 
mMined notlcnlaat by my rids Abe whole nighl. The elcctfk flmd fill with a 
tIrwidfBl cnaU witUn Bftsm yards v€ me. It ftmncd. as it were, a riw«-er uf Hiarksk 
wfalob iol Are to the Mm^ btrbage of the forest. The conflagration qmad t 1 mmJ, 
ah butml, that it would fskalge me frmn mjr pOMlton.aitd lb«a roaat ue. FurtuuaUly 
the rain oune to my aid, and extinguished it," 

Furtuustely. too. llie dawn preaenlly catoe alto. H« wu able to 
OniT. MsO. Vol. OCT. V 


Missionary Jdventurfg in 7>-ra# and Mexico. \,h.u%. 

rejwii hU friead, and Vhtj reached 6«n Antoiuo on the evening of the 
esine day. 

Al Chri»tnuu, Ihe cfaarch at Castrontle was actually begun. Tba 
building of ihU church is one of the most euriaiig and Rtriking tnaloorps 
of delonnincd pcrwTerance that vre remember ever to have beard of. 1 
That two own ghould, in the space of tlirce moothF, erect a lar^ and 
faandaome church, ahnoet cuttrely by their own unaftsi^ted labour, aoonda 
fahalous : but. nererthele«a, ki it waa. The nmouot of the interrupted 
subscription proving greatly unequal to the work propoecd. the two frisoda 
reflolred to compensate for Uie deficirncy by their own extra eierlimik. 
They coneidered no laaka abore or hetgw ihenn. They cut and aawcd the 
treei^ which were to supply them with wood, and fetched the atoDc from 
the quarry. This latter was a particuUrlv laborioua and tedious buatneM. 
The budding was to be chiefly composeil of atone, and, of course, ^eat 
quantities of it were required. Such a thing as a pulley or a lerer was not 
to be had in the colony ; and, consequently, the Urge block* o c ce rta ry for 
tbetr purposes had to be moved bv main force. They used to take their 
cart to the quarry, and draw it as close as possible to the lareeet maasca of 
atone. Then they deprived it of ite wheels, thus bnn^og it on ■ level 
with the burden it wait tu receive. Wooden rolleni were next placed under 
the stones, and they were rolled into the cart. Thui done, tl>e tw« prie*t«, 
with their united strength. ptx)ceeded to rai«e one of the axles of the cart! 
and place a support beneath il; then they did th«^ same with the other; 
then a aecond support was placed under Uie first axle; attd this operation 
was repeated until the cart was at a sufficient height from the ground for 
Ihcm to replace the wheels. In niising the walls of their stracture they 
were obliged to get a little aMistance ; but when the skeleton was made, 
they could again manage pretty much for themwlTea. The greater part of] 
the rooting and windows ibey completed with ihvir own hands; the deco- 
rations being the sole work of our author, who courcercv that he was not 
nearly so clever in the heavy-work department \» his indefatigable col- 
league, which reveri-nd occI«Bia<tic, attired in a red flannel shirt and blue 
cotton pantaloons, and Hpattvrcd with mortar from head to foot, oaed, itj 
would aeem, to do the work of n doien ordinary Ubnurers. 

At length on Easter-dar, 1850. thi^ new church waji opened for the cele- 
bration of masa. Everybody who saw it was asioniahed at Ihc surcetaj 
which had been attained by the misaionarieB; and their example had the 
good effect of proving to their flock that it would be quite possible for them 
to provide ibemEelves with more comfortable dwcltinf;:* than Ihc wretched i 
liuu Uiry bad liilherto been contented with. Hut »uch a Ubour a» ihtaj 
accoaipli«bed by the two devoted priests, was not to be achieved without 
eosl. By the lime the work wm complete, the workmen's exhaUBtion waa 
complete loo. *' We tpai blood," «ays poor Emmanuel, in one brief, 
palhetio sentence. He himself, being (be leu luu-dy of the two, was re- 
aueed M the very brink of the grave by the combined afflictions of acuta 
rbeomalism, tormenting cough, and constantlr-iecurriDg fainting t^ia. In 
Ibeac drcuinstanceB, artd as the only hope of repairing thf mischief dona 
tbem, they made up their minds to return, to seek repose in ibcir owoj 
country. And so ends the first part of the Abbe's volume. 

Nnl the lewl inrcrvsting portion of this first jwirt of his volume is 
relating to the Indians, These people are still very numerous and i.., 
rormlilnhle, especially in the north and west of Texas, and are the Roarca 
of continued alara to the colooisu. The iriba of the Coroonchca is the largest 


)U8.3 Xtfionary Advaxiurea in Texas and Mexico. 1 17 

Htd BOBtiSTftge : it h mid to bout do Icsi tlian Turtj tbousaud warriorit. 
The** warriors are menofgtgiinlicttatureand impofling api>earani.'« : a noted 
~ ief uf lJi*r trihc, who died of cholera in 1 849. is detcribed by our author 
a very Titan, weighing above ttcenty-lhree »tone. without hv\a^ at all 
corpulent. At San Saba, about \5fi miles nuHh ofSmn Antuiito, are silver 
minca. worked hy the Coomnchcs. t>an Satta waa once a Spanish mission, 
>ud the FruiciiKana had erecU-d n church there for the Indians ; but daring 
the Mpxicaii war of indeppniiem*«, the Cumanches burned the church and 
murdered th« misMionartea. The Comanches worship the eon and light. 
rery dtstanc from Sao Saba ia the Peak, where they assemble lo pL-r- 
their religioua ritea, smoking Uirou^h llie handles of Ihi^ir axes, — puff- 
oue puS* upward to th« aun, and one downwarda to the earth, — and 
(png their louDotonous chant. The religion of the Indians \'ario« ac- 
ig to lh«ir trilfea. F:tther Uomciiech exprestvA his belief ttuil Uie 
have at aooie lime be«a ac^quunled with the principles of Chrisli- 
their reli^on, he says, bears unnuslakeable evidence of auch deri- 
TalioD. The Lipana are a compnniilvely amall lrib«, and much le« 
fbraidable than the Comanchea, bein^ robber* rather than murderers. In 
ibe early days of the colony at Caatmville they would now and then pay 
bamtlew visits to it; and on one occaeion. when high mass was brin^ ccle- 
bretad. a porty of sixty Lipuus cam? lo ibc chajwl. and appeared highly 
dtltghted with the aolcmn music. As another instance of Lipan love of 
iiiiitf, our author tells a beautiful story : — 

**Ona of the Lipaa ehiefK nuiKl Ciwtro, ma far from l>cing a pcmn of *arag« cha- 
He bad « dkughtrr of aingnlM' ItMutjr, who tlird K»n after ooinplrtja^ her 
tfa year. Darini; bcr illtww *he wa* Ukcn to the bei»e of the ftmnder m Um 
,'. whtn (be haard aone «n pla^ <m the piano. BawttdariDent at first nlsed 
kv, ad A» Bttaned with op«a mooSb and a wild aipreanas of eye to the mdod;. .she 
llMa aiimhirf tlut wood nf the {iMtruaMnt with hpr hand, «iewvd it atKnrp, uticlrmmth, 
■id en all hSJm, tbea giro war to altamate ftta of laughter and tceis. Nerv did moaie 
ftndnee swh an effect i ivrrj note Msmed to dectri^ bar, and act like inagie oo her 
while it worked in hei the dwpMt emotions." 



le lribe« of the Ajwchca and the Navnjns chiefly inhabit New Mexico, 
<ul ihey ■ometiinua come into Texas up»n hunting excuraiona : the Wakoa 
the i)elawarL'M are incoiiHiderable Irtbea. 

The Indian tribes arc nomadic, but they sometimes continue for a. period 
of yean in the suae place. A Lipan encampment existed for a long time 
Dear Castroville. It is when they are thus stationary that they manufac- 
tare their knives and errowe. and prepare iJie akius uf Iho bcaola llwy 
fatinc home from their hunting excuDtions. 

tte aecond part of our author's '" Narrnlive" has less excitement than the 
Snt ; but iU sketches of American and Mexican character arc ns charming, 
in ■ different way, as the dashing adventure of the earlier jouniey. &t. le 
.Abb^'fl Moottd station waa on the Kio Qiande, the western boundary 

' T«xai. The people under his charge were now chiefly Mexican, for 

nogb the territory bvkjngcd to the United States, a large part of the 
population — a very large part of the Catholic population — was still Mexi- 
can. Tlie vices he had to combnt were not, aa in his first mission, those of 
rofRwry and drunkenness ; ignorance, and supcretiiion, and indifference, 
aaa Immorality were the enemies he had now to assail. In temporal con- 
oems he was much better off llian heretofore. The people about him were 
lo raaier droumBtances than his former flock, and were generous and cour- 
ttoua. On the other hand, the extent of his mtsaon — three hundred miles 

MititGnary Adventurer fn Texas and Mexico. [Ang. 

Ufi the river — maAt hU labour very In'in?, uid \\t\ tiarl no longer th< Hup- 
port Rnd uftinUnce of hU indefatigable ftnd affccUoiute fellov-UboDrer M 

We Bhall be able to ^re btit little time to the oonoludin^ V*^^ ^ '' 

Ahbtt'i book ; eo we oouiifie] tl>e cariouo to repair to the founuin-h^n 

Msiirin? them tl»t they cannot occupy a (avi botirv more eatisfaclurily 

themnekeg. Our autlwr's plac^o or retidencc. in the iuterviU of bis various 

Beregrinationa, was at BrovrBavillCf a pleasant city oti lite baiilis of the Kio 

Irande. almost directly oppoeile the Mexican town of Matamoros. Hata- 

Brae fi^ares a good deal lu his story. It was so aw Brownsville, 

Eihat he could visit it frcquvntly ; and after ilM 9\eigt by General Carrajal 

■lid his followers, in tlie iitaurrectionary war of the coUoa iiioao|>olT, 

he wu in constant attendance upon the Ditliolic prisoners who were 

contitii;d within jt. Ho was. in fact, a true and devoted friend to iheae 

unfortunate men, leaving no means untried to effect their release, and, 

tnhen that was hopelesji, bringing to tbeir aid all the comfort his religion 

'offered. Urowosvilla was a good example of a Tcxiaa frontier town, in 

the queer and heterogeneous specimens of humso nature to be erer^-wbere 

■een amongst its inhabitants. Our readers may, perhaps, be interested in 

the portraits of a firowDsville doctor and a Brownsville pastor : — 

"Ttw doctor molt In TogM in Browmrilbt wu a Yanlcee, wbo, in tlM time of the 

R-Vauean «ar, hml lo ^rform tlM KiuiKiluiiori of a leu. He knew nol hoM- (o act aboat 

[tts auttcr, ndttur bad be any rar^ioU in«tminmta, when/ure Iw got a balcber'a nw* 

~ with barrible skill Iw^au to mv tbe 1«£ aa be would n fiutot of wood, tliou^b b« 

ne*«r cvan aaiUad at an aiBpatMtinii. Tbe patient cipirpd ia tli» mkdiUi- of tbia 

ttDrtariaK op^ratioo. Wmi BrownaviJle ma fcundcd. llii« doctor tboaglil it dcnntbla 

[to beoamc juirt^tr — a luerativo, but tiraaome onennatinn : bat ho n>aa letanied to pcrtVl 

land iaart«r. Uv killed m maaj, bimI ao qdclt^ too, thai Iw bad affain to ramsnoe 

, proftadon { and jvt b; Corce of iaCrigoe and andacitjr, he |[ot himawf aaned reurv- 

I KiibUtve to Chs CoogrsH of AvsUn. The sesrfoa at an imd, m retunu to BrownsTiUe, 

and, nnabla to ranqtuah his &ttl ptmekaat tor bis tar)y ooepatton, bo b«oraes doctor 

^{aiii, aftsr coBning o*ar anma trwHiw on Buiiliciii«L Hi* tborapntic anquirvnMnla 

werv of racb an arivr, timt for a woman who d>od of oonaampuan he prasnribod a 

^Jtroeg doM of lalphBrie acid, 'ia order to bora tlio tuberdei."* 

Tlw pastor's form* ii cnpitnl coinpnn ion- picture. A certain minister of 
tlie city hut three daiiglit»ni. who. to u»e our author's naive «xpreuion, 
" for years pant were of an age to be married :" — 

"Thr isidster aeebtit no one propiwe for tbeir hand, drtcrmtocd to wsit no looser In 
II if their i^dtleuicnl la tbe worhL With this ricw he ptil In i-ifipuLinu an 

i' :>l|jr Anirrii'aii. Oii« Suudajr he prwac^lMn] cm tti« aobjiTL uf tuarhnf^L-. am- 

gjiiyiii^ uio taxt iu OuqwH, ' Inrratss and moltiplj.* Ue procUinad to hit sadlanos 
lOt tlw ma a divine preempt taxi not n eoMtwJ. H« dmesuted with r^Tf^r and 
irmih on tlu> bI>M af tbe bymeueal *taV, aiul mtittl hU Mmon hy ntlonng bt* tlirw 
anshiim, vi'.li clirtw tliouHml dollim of fortntiv for Btrli, to wbtnawKvar would 
tlkcm. He n'Mvd tbst be would ncvvn tko nauMa of the candidates after ser- 
I f and that his clmea weoU fall on those who eoald fhnusb tbe mrett gnatantcs 
TpisMl dMract«r." 

» nt finish to the scene, a wag of an Ihshmnn present forLfawitfa 
out a request that his name migfat be put downer tuv. 

■on became attached lo his Mexican lluck. Thctr (lenlle- 

.'teousn«s» were qualities thai vould nut fail lo win bis 

9o. Itnt he found them frivolous, and without any principles of 

litv r,r r-liLTDn 'fhis wa« particularly the case in the more reroot* 

In some of tlio mnc^ot he vitiited, the people had 

"f fltgiQa for many ytAtK. Befiirs the Mexican war 

-. I ' > itnisJi prie*tw used occasionally to visit them } bat 

1SS8.3 SfUtiouary AHreiUureM ra TexoM and Mexico. 

■iiKje that time tbcy had been Ipfl without rclIgiouD instruction of any 
kind : and wltatsTer knowtcdgc they might have had, had been fargottcn ; 
their m\e DOtion of reli^on was a few fonns of worship. As a natural 
cewcqneDce, their morajiiy declined. Tlivy nero very docile, Iwwcvcr, to 
th« t«ftchings of their new rainionary ; and at Boine of the ranehoa he was 
b«cet with entntaties to take up a permanent residence. Some of the dc- 
kcriptioni he liaa given tis nf his verrices in thexv distant rancAos,— when, 
with an altar erected under the ihade of a tree, and the ranehfron in their 
brilUant co>>liiraei kuepUng around hiro in prol'ound alleiiliun, lie oj>eiied 
the beaiiliful truth* of the fcti^on of Christ, — are peciilinrly afTccting. 

But hi« coiitinui>d btbours soon began Ofrain to lell upon hia health. It 
quite ^ve way, and he sank into a state of dehility which made him 
nnable to pcrspvcrc in hia kooA work. Once mure he relumed to France; 
maA it is froia his n'tin-meiu in his uativc eoniiiry, that, an old man already 
mt thirty-three, irretrievably aliattcred in coiistitulioti, and hopeless of 
fcrtber active usefoloew, be has »ent forth this noble exposiliou of mis- 
•iMisry life. 

In fact, BX an expo«ition of misoioitvy life, we know of scarcely another 
hook that will beat to be placed beside the one before u*. The intmionary 
Appemra to us here in a higher Usbt than that in which most of us hare 
wen wont to consider him. He is no longer the travelling preacher goinj 
OQl to Kaii> converts to a set of doctrines; he gnes out to prove by its 
effect* in himxelf, in tlie devotedne»9, the long-suffering, the gentleness, 
the lore of his own Ufe, the jwwcr and beauty of the faith of which he 
is the apostle. He does not need to henp evidence upon evidence of the 
truth anil importance of bis retif^n : the most convincing evidence is that 
[fce t* willing to suffer wo much for its oake : — 

*■ What liavA joa done to be tent here ?" was the qnestion with which onr author 
wa« (Miulcd npm hi« urivn] at UrnnmvillB. 

" So OTIC hu WBt IDS : I )an ojmv ot mj own aceord." 

** H'bat ! yon Imto not been oblimd t« quit France fm souie grave reasou ?" 

" For DO w— UP in lifti, aaeqit to inatmet joa." 

"nan joo lave ooiaa la soldlen go to war, Ibr BdvaacaoDanl^ and to bMoaw a 

" It ii Ibfl lut oT m; Ihouxtits." 

The people cannot comprehend at first how a man will sacrifice and 
vndure mo much for no obtinus reward; but gradually they begin to be 
■need that the principles that prompt to such sachKce and endurance 
Muat be of more worth than their own crude 8uper»litiona. We are not to 
rappoie, howerer, that (he missionarjr is sustained by any peculiar spi- 
ritual support which makes his pliyocal sufferings easy to be borne, and 
hk holitieas of hfe inroluntary. Uis faith is subject to the same ebbs and 
flows as that uf other murtals. he has Uie same weaknesses to struggle 
WftitMt, the pame earthly yeanlings to assert their claims within hi« heart, 
'^lere are limes when the scenes of bis self-imposed exUe witjiesa fierce 
hearl-conllicls aad burning tears. Home, kindred, country, — he has left. 
Uwn, not because tbey are less to him than to other men, but because the 
crass of Christ is more. And, doubtless, whatever may be his trials, 
inwanl or outwartl, tJie assurance is never far off, — " Every one that hath 
forsaken houses, or brethren, or sisters, or father, or mother, or wife, or 
chililren, or landf. for My Name's sake, shall receive a hundredfold, and 
shall inherit eTcrlaaling life." 



Jmmt 9. John L«<s I.UU^ F.K.S.. 
V.-I'^ in tU CTiair. 

Mr. Ptjltiifivw Wd before ttw iiwM.'mK» 
an th« piu-t of Mr. Walt<*r lliiwkttui, bq 
a«k iMiivl, cnjrntvvil in ootlincv tUt inamA 
line* bi'lng tlllnl n]i with tlinvuk of bruk, 

S'vLUff voo of the tlirv« n-'prwcatkUoBS <rf 
t rlalon of Ucnrr I., In whicfa Um mo- 
narcli ia t)iT«kl«Dixl bjr ArnM^l nrriora. 
Tb« worlt !• of tbo tweinb oPBturr, and 
Hr. Pottiyrow ^va r v i vno et* to ruiow 
<to{iBielea, dat^iur tb« putlcalua re- 
MidiDS H. Un. \i'lut4> luil befotv tlut 
uedBthMi « UcUjr ruriMw cwrlag Id 
bMM^ nynMnUnc tbo nimlwd figure of 
oar SavioNr •ratad on % rminbow. It ia 
oTllw Iwdfth venUirr, ftnd ««• rabmiMd 
tn tha nrdfii oftlw rcdorritf LMkhsmp- 
«t«aid, Bucks., the Ht« of mi mmmoI cod- 
TMtt Mr. >.'. Aiiwtia cshibttM two Brf- 
tkh Mok nportvd to tuw bvcB ftmod ia 
SLJasMw' Pkrk. HnLPrart Mot « iw 
DMbtab, pkNuM «pia ft ««ldia CoaUl 
kMK)r.faUMKacUtmiBBc«rT«tk. II 
Bimrad H*w bAm is lawtb. ud Ihm 
wnw Om fltttiiig tdg*. Sir. fiMkeonb 
wWwtrf * riwiiwl ' riwK. caoilMfav of 
tkrw pM riw toti MMiiiv m k Hnt 
wbiA |MMa Animk tkM at lb* bwk. 
llwMdriWtimor JuMaUana wm 
ijNu MI «• M C^T Hail. Hi. W. H. 

KhMB iWrtd > tM HriM ^llMl 

^fM^ «r tW «W«rth MddxlMMhcw- 


Ai^tL A rwnl wMiiwitf thf WM- iiiibmmIiI ta Ite ittaAiaB tf tte 
*MK AiiitMiifcuiial ebdi^ «m ^ ta )tr^ H. W. 9m^ tk» w u w U ii. thm 

1W OiarwaM. iBiina alte^ iiilil ll>.P^aM UM. r^x. thai i^ ■ 

mrmmA^mM WMlttM lit ^1 I rMrM*» tfifcwl W»j^«og>.- rf 

■Wlllfcwrfl^ llllfc«l>H»l. »l«U^I ■«*« 1MB mmM to thi BwUb 

of hi* NDCMMMT. Of ib« euly put of tlM 
Kittn of Utmry VIH. mm » \«Ty fliu 
pftirwitL Urgt> rovr(>l>, having cnTMi *pa«r< 
EliD{)e«l poinU set in \ans »tcm>- In tfa« 
collrctitri] iru ft pftir of nnlqtw spnra, with 
stmioht ■hftnlm, ongTViTad with Iobvm ftnd 
flKMBbfttchlBKit hftvuc two itnisiit iliU in 
flKih Uato ftr Iho atnp^ Mid km itcBM 
currini^ npWHrd* Ibr tM n>w«k, Cftcb of 
which WMH fomiMl of ng\i% sptArt, «scti 
fbniubed with ma cieht-pudiited •Uiniilw 
nKirfnn in It. It ms resftrded u of tbo 
filUvnIh oeBtory. Mr. EdtotA Smith 
trvBOBUtted mae nota \a fteniiDpaaT ■ 
roUcctiaa of ftntiqattirx obtftincd from tlM 
didliiiv ■bora^ ntcj- cDoaiatcd of pri< 
aMml iaitniBcnta ia flinty fkoll* of tM 
Boi PrisMKcnlBA Knaaa flbuto,— miw of 
wfakb wtn iMftrlHlMpftd. oUun cnici- 
Arated* avwnl wa ^aMll«d, — riny 
braocbab bneat ftager-rin^ sad varioai 
Me£«n) aatlMltk^ aO of whkfa «en 
"— ^—^ te llr.C>«cc CvBunc ftf diHl* 
■eattoftaaiiliiiil|illiiii Mr.CoiD&vac- 
kiWk«d «^Mte««i« of laalBM cf 
n«d!aml ftMli^ and read iMitM «poo thtn. 
Mr. Vcn Ini^ coedodid tb> nadliy 
of bkpaptf oathe-AaaBt Eulhwerki 
ftnd FortiSntMaa of Karftdk.'' ud tba 
MaasH Iwi ialii -i Xhm AmoaaAaa wH 
a»«Bedwtthtto M M uiUL — wi t rftha 
tM^baij. vadcr tb« prwid^ey of tbe 

«kafwM*«r*a la art» M kanhtfM la W aCa^ Man 

t ftiJ wWt tka TC' iW I — J rf ifca ii h>nl JW l liih aL 

aite «t ihrt hwiaiaMht bilwa ihi^ Ma-ft mm^ mm ito memk «f ITufcpla 

Mm «nH aM thri ikMv «w • In** MM to»a fl Hj^ap^gartd* 

kM «f «Mi III II Mm tu^ «t i* ~ 

gC Ma h 

«f A* 
d» lahtaiy mmMmI lSa>«. 

1H3B.] London and Middlvtex Archtsological Society. 




mtaaanttt, might be accepUble. I mir 
W* at»t* ttiat bt* nune ■beuU be ^wft 
'WlritTtii^'in * It U vttli dMp ngnt kbit 
[ ih«U bare lo ilntny fomeof ttwrvnaiiDi 
tHih wbirii the hirtorjr of tho CHj oole- 
britj h<i* •Iwnipi b«<n cnnnncUid. 

So ttr ftov Wiig of obtcitre or poor pv- 
LI aim I. DC A tMre<ll««d hoy. Sir Richaitl'i 
Wr wu • tnfti) (iit'iXle, an hE>nmir not 
larlaliK t^e^tnvr^ n* in th« piwnt Amy. 
JtiolMitl vrw tbc nu uT Sir WUruun 
i^Mton. uul lintae Jocik hU irife. aa 
mnay the (^rt«r of Foumlnlion of 
jtyniiUn CoUefc, awde b^ hit vx«. 
lUi. Two inqsicilioiu wcrii 
Wt«n in th* 46 kad 47 Ktlwud III., 
thn dntb of Joui, wire of WilUmu 
4U Wliltyn^ftoa JteeMcJ. Varlou* plnoM 
asd «bu« Mv« iMcn kaiigned u his bizth- 
knd time of birth, vii. KUr«inorc, 
!iira,1354i Tniinlon, 134U) aUo 
1b LwiCBjddn. It will be fuuod tb«t 
fcrton ■upnfMcd tA b« Sir Kichord'i 
b csUcd WlUiatn d« WliilyngbiO'- 
inw, no doabt, taken froim the tuBK 
lb* plttt th«/ war* born or liwd in. 
liir*. *aiil lo b« Uh nntiru cAiuity 
Birluxd, coBtaiavd a plsve nuin^d 
I of the AaU at bW birth, or 
•npViyaiml ofbl* joonger jeon, bat 
l» h known. 

All tlut ij BGxt trartMrd of Whttynii1<'>D, 
b that h« laanied Alice, the daneliLor of 
Sir Jnhn FiUwrniyn, aiwl Duine MitUldA, 
Ua <riA< ; and It apiMwa thiit lh« lonUliip 
and CMtlc of Whltyngton, uid iho ndvow- 
km of th« chvKh tbcrt, won in the handa 
of th» I'*iti<<tkrraM for atwiitl ^I'nrratiorii, 
aad th« family bemne Kitintt In ^Vhi- 
tjMton** thnv. He vaa knighted, it ia 
mii hj King Bmury V.. to whon ho lent 
•onu of monaf fbr bl« mn m Fraam. 

Raving mMaroaral to givo aome ac- 
Mmt a* to Mir birth aiid maniagc of 
fUl^nl Whitvtiglun, I will now atatfi tbo 
•UOMriv* dvM! boQOora which, at Tiirioiu 
tanea, wan oanHnrrcd npon him. Tbul he 
raw eaHf to wealth niwl c'n-ic honoon la 
■at to b« (loubtml, for we find from tb« 
t» )) t rt or w » of the Court of Aldennen. be 
«■* electod Aldoman of I]riMd.itrTCC 
ffanl, bf tha (hmmI nea of that ward. 
UH.16fUchaKi [1| bt avrvod aa SharUr 
of UwlaB(on tkc fnat of St. Matthias), 
tei|ptb«T with llTvm lUrfntvn. lS9Si re- 
dHtc>d AUcmiati. \39*, 1?' Itkhanl 11.) 
anidliitMl by the King u Mayor for port 
or tba year. *» the rooil) of Adas tUunru^ 
ISlj)?. 211 Hiohard II. ; «l<vtion a* Mayor, 
18»7. SI Richard II. i ditto, I *M, 8 Henry 
!>'., d>LU> U«mb<-r of I'ailiitiiMlit. 1416, 
4 Henry V.; dilto u Mayor. 1119. 
7 Ilrary V.; his Iai4 uttsmilMK* at dty 
BMUfi waa 14SX 1 Humy Vt. So 


that, in Act, Ridiard Whitytigton vaa 
tnilocd firuT Limaa Loed Hayor tif Ixiodon. 

In TOlVri-'noeto thealeetitm of uIikTiiifii, 
it uny hi-r« be obwrved, tb&t in 1377, 
SO Edwanl III.. l«tt«T« patent arere vnaed 
hj th« King that th«t lUdamMn AiraM b« 
aloctoil aiutuaUy, un the fbnat of St.QTi>. 
Kory the l*ope, and changed eveiy yeari 
bat in 13Sls 7 Riihard II.. on prtilian of 
the dtii«ns, it was p^iit^Kl 'hat the tamo 
ponoDfi may ba n^lvctcd in Uu annnal 
r1ivtir>n of aldermen. It may ha« bo 0l>* 
Ki?r«'<-d tlmt bin marri^a ptoouaecl Um do 
bcir tu hi» tftate. 

When Whityngton waa yet a boy, tha 
burning of coat waa oonaderad aoch a 
public nuMauoi^ that it waa prohibited Iry 
act of paittaiaant under polo of death, but 
it ia uugular enoBKb. that by the tliae ha 
had been Ihrica Lord Mmycir of London, 
lilS, the Importation of conl (anacd a 
considerable branch of tbe oommeroe of 
the Tbamnt; and otthou^h a peraon waa 
imna vxivutrd fur a breacb of thi* law, it 
i» aoppoaed that a dii>pc»BatiDii waa mada 
in Whityngton's fnrour -. for from th«trat 
opening of the conl Imic. in Bngland, and 
for >gi.w aAvr, It hud u rvptilation for 
making fctrtntiee ontv exceeded by ttiat of 
tbe Miiiini of tiohmiiia and Pern. 

■■ In UW (the ytar ofWhitjniton'* thrirraU)<). 
• clurter ww fnuited la farllaairoi, Mmli 9, 
II Iticliard n., Ihnt Uio Alderaws nhoulil iiot 
iliiaoffiittli bi removad fton their offloe* durlae 
ilitiTlfT(«.paMptri>rreeM)IWblr caoM! bet IbU 
ihow ehown at the elKttoa abooi lo Uk* plan-j 
t6nuld not ftMiine oOlee nntU ttielr namee wera 
rfpnrtril lu Ihv King, Biiil liki pinwun lakea 
llirrMia. InUieclccllonniaJc thliTaar. BieliarA 
WtiftinKiliiu «u a^n cbura Alderman Itar 
Bniail.«ITeel WariL by th* food Tnen of tbe Mina 
Want. Ttia pacilea c>l«»nl were ajiiBtifU'J bi a 

writ fNm tbe Klna. And ib* DlecMuu unnoallj 
via tbenoeronli di«untiii u (J. "—lj*(r //., p. 

"In 1S01. IA RlchB:4 II.. ihc Uayor and 
Sbertft wwv. It *utiie dI the Kliiit't wrtt, t*- 
mared and cotnniiitted te urtann, and a AmTm 
(IWlaral aad new WmcIB* ai^nird."— /I., 
p. MO. 

" In tbe tollowlnit fwr, IWl, Iha Ctna betav 

putdnt hj ■ Ad* of , imiti a writ aUawlai 

tbe eltlaeiu M eltct t)i*iT Hm*!^ ai tbwy *«re 
aadmllr aeeuiHMiied, notwIIIWlaiMllIK aar eom- 
mbMen to Uie eintu*rj. flbartft were anord- 
{nirlr ek(.-t«d Uiat ;car by Uu OnonMB Hall. 
aompaud of 'tbe Majwr, Beeorter. BberiAb 
Alderoufi, aad verr auay Oenunoow*. tnm all 
tlia Wmh.' "—/!-, p. JIS, and b. 

It wiw In tbo nrit year to tkia that 
WluQrngtoD waa ekictoil Sheriff:* 

'• Ok IMca, la IMo Baaell Matbei, apU aaao 
t*f»i B«fi« nlol Secnafi. dediM MnUao, in p«a- 
rtaela WUta Naoadim, MajiMit, it aiilFrri>*iL 
and OUbert HacbAibl. <n« of tht sbrrilTii and 
AtdervMOor LondMi.aadTeryaianr nfthvCun- 
nnnm of all tb* WmiIi at the allUMaul Ctr, for 
Ibe eleettoi of HbetUh k lb* OMtdbiU ol titm 
mU UtT oanuiMMfdi the aU Mater et'CXd 
Utiiara m^tfnfJoH, AUemuui. a»d the alore- 
aild CUflunner* dcMed Dmr Barfnirn, Ccm- 
noMr, SbMtb of taaJUm, tm tfaa laar next ea. 

nCbf .^-lOif if., pi. an. h. 


Antiiiumian Httearchet, 


JUH I, UK. 30 Utb. n. i£i». £r..i ».■!«.- 
'• ffiil tttm tb* Klar. HiyABtiat. Rtohvd WU* 
tnirttn. llijw sad ■Mta iiir . In piwr o/ Adam 
llamiM^ laie H>nr Hid BMMtar, ' Tiam unl- 
Ten* MT«I* iti lacnBRM.' [Baoua* ilwtf «ik 
June; Chnm. oT LondMi, (Hlob<iUal, p. All. 
niBlurd. Vf lb* OvMv »f Oaa Klae or iNRland 
»nd Fniw«, and Iiord ol Inknd,— Kdo* )« UibS 
«bTTr«i AlUm UwBDi*, Litfl Miyiir vt oiu Ctl^ 
oT I KDdcni. anA aa KMlnrlor bi Die mum finij-, 
b*th vocrUianjrat all tlt<Lti,— Wri, nlUInx to 

rale o( Uia nlil Cilf, and our pMotp of lk« mim^ 
■nlJI tbe ■cnwtunml dsy flnr Uit MrttioB ol Skjer 
of Ih* arnrattld <:ltjutin at balutigxli, to |»v- 
Tlde, trilb tbe tuncA utd adviM o[ mir tovodL 
baia contDtatnl our beloral Bidurd W1iltrn|r> 
loni wbow Bdelilv aBd etnunnKdeti bkik br»n 
vrpoitnd to at, Vnrat of tlM uorentd C^tj, and 
Mt BMDoior la iba «*mt Ctt<r, mBUD^r uul 
eninniil(ln|C lu III* miii mcbsra hiinlij tall 
■ail ■ufttctfjit BQikamjr and iMwrr, our ■Itwv- 

■kl'I ntv aiid our pvuplr or the uraia anil oUnti 
lo Uio oimv n«irl£w, to rule aixl tovrra, ud to 
dn aD and •Uiiriilar thi*e>«ych tatbeaComald 
•flier, aud th* twd nil* anil vtuilMoniB gown- 
Mmt of the Mine Citf bclonca, acconUai la line 
km and aiuitaniM In Ih* arcvnalil (Mjr, Joull* 
Ud r*aMioabI]i ta V iMtd. mode, exMuUd. lU)^ 
•irrolHd, undl Uw dar on wblch iha UayDi of 
Vie Mid CiiT diould H ciNUd and uke (be 
UajoTMllj and tb* oalb of efflcc. a* thr tnannw 
la; nnd wa cumDund (be AUnsitu, SbrrillW, 
■M olbrr Tnlnlatm at tbc aiorvMlil at;, aad 
■UaiMl ainfuWoar failhrul auMariaarilieaaiiie 
CIK.lDobapr** tbe dirt* turn* fiflhpamtKithiitd, 
4> biftir of llir Hill CllT, in all irbKli til tfarnilr 
and itiiTi-tnitM'iit "f llir uiiir |'»rialn«, lo he [wJ- 
muIobUiij aiuX iilMdlent. If tMtlmoer whr.rc«r, 
wa ha** mnwd tbrw nur IrlUirt To b* mad* pa- 
Xmu WitDMA nrwif at wtMmDwer, Uie kb 

day of JuAF. In tbr IwonllrUl jrar uf our Irlpl." 
EI*ctioiiiirU1ili)B||1[niuMt}roT. A Baiiij IT., 
OM. 11, HW. IX'*. /- p. M.:~"U11 ibe dar 
of Ibla (Wthm. Iba Uairor, John WoodHiok, 
««ua*d b H*M«f Hi* nolrinMit U be oMtbraUd 
fa Um Cuib9iaB*ckap«l Mbn pdnt f Uif 

" Blcfaard ybi t jng tu ai na olMam Uafiir ftN 
Ui«f««r DiifUlns, aDdiat ibaf«aiM«lof ibvCnn). 
»mna, an oidinaaae wm ntado b^ lh« llafo* 
MK) AUcntMn Uiot • Amllar Htm *<Mld b* 
ttlrbntail ta fotat* tmx* oa tte day of ilieUiMi 
of MaTW." 

TIm cntin mtrr ii rarioui. hikI ii 
tirintcil bl Icngtli in iIm Kcport of Uio 
CommiLtec no tku WdtIJod of Alditnnau, 

IK^II. i-i.!t. 

HlQlNUa Wnnoti. IInit; BkUb. TkOMi Akrii. 
John Uwbtl. Juli^ IJr.^.rT. TtMcaaa Tfki. Wm. 
CUbImK Jofci-. ' iltaiD KtMoo. }abK 

BafwrwcU. Jiii < ': ^Irb lUrtOA, Robart 

WnlBfftoti.J<>)' ■ avnuan. aad llobvrt 

WhtUnchun. acKl J'>M> I^Mrr. HiMlfk, a*d aa 
laimnw* eoaamtinaltj of ttUMfi* M ui« Mid 
CUT. ■Bntfnsatd leOuOdlwIl. t4iodiM, fea maktcc 
lb« olcrlian of Major far tba f«ai e»iutn4 oT 
tlkdr c«in«HM aMTBt. canarM, «a4 wtU. UcJu/^ 
WhtttDtum «aa el**ud Majror tat the Tnw m- 
•Dtbf , «., awl afln-ward*, oe Iba IMH of Ui* 
AmIIm Hmmh and Jodr, of Um Oalldball 
albrcaiU, waa ntnrn, iii., and on (ko 
of Ifee ■■■># l*Ht, brlbn* iJi* Hatnna of i 
•lieqner of a«r Loid tlie Klnc at Wa 

Li*. 7, p. itt. *. 

§ppt. II. im. IllrcrrVI. fljii.K.,9. 
' IVhtijTipc*! prMnit ai ib» clacOnn ol 


WiUiam Kdf old, meitcr I t, .» r 
John Tklanall, dnpa ( <»™"- 
r>t. StaMMiuid M. Jud», CMt. 11. Ittt, 1 Ha 
TI. (ZA. r., p. LV-'-M'bilnirUni meant 
th> •Iradob of WUtein Waldan, Majna-." 

Tlie «bov« ipfiebF to btve beeo tbe 
rcconlNl occftilaai on which bd m> 
»cnt at any civio aaaemtil;. 

II« diwf auiar tiiii« UctwtvD Ui« fawt < 
t)ic shnvv ilbtoi Mid Mnrdi fbllown^J 
Ilia will, nuidv Sept. 5, I4S1, being prov« 
Id tbe lluatiitK* tin tlw MumlaT niter 
fcul of St. Poriiettib ami FcllRiUa. Ui 
7. I-I23. No oUi^ will ui' liM ii to 
rntiml on tb* llivtin^ RoUt, nor kdj wtU 
uf any <iB« <if tlw Muae ttuDf. nor of hb 
&tha--iu'kv. Fftzwunti. 

In » AusU couti Ipaditifc out of Qra% 
alrecit, m1I«>I >i«ie«(kii*a'|«Mtj[ff, wm 
buildini^ trailitiuuall)- nlit to \h! tbe 
ili-nra of .Sir tUi ImrJ WliiUington in Ibftl 
i*»gti «r Kdward IV , awi of Sir Tbcnuw 
GreahaiP in that uf tlimlivtli. It ww n 
Dtirii>ii» ImitdiniE. biul vrith iU prr<iir<4ii>| 
f1urrM<r wbJ uulU-d down in Uiitt)), IN 
and Uirvii tonsil Iiuomv uMU(iy the wUi, 

IlavtTiR traced the mmiicitHd oareor i 
Sir HlfHiiH Whitfir>[;»rtii. I tmNt t»'>"' Ml 
111" •■ ■ 

ill so IK-iirj 
. ■! at ijo Diorft 
Mtv li. ed. p«r uiiiuin. Tliti |in;|irrt 
ir'i"( tntmnofh ir-iTi^i^r-l in i-nl'ir. 
-rMt dtaaol'.' I. 

■ Iifltiaw m> 
ilvr the dir 

V. wtrt, . 

' L'llv. 

II til tb« vii-ial 

, T-,,-,jr..! 

1858.] London and Muidtettx Archaohgical Society. 

IW pMtltnmooi iMnavoiwei of trao of 
Usan <-)iaritiiIi!<' tncn «ritl) wlum our citjr 


It, : 

< Ll>, dnrlnc Sir Riolionl'a 
J;v. hf onUrtMtiH] Hfnry cf 

lr*:ii'-. It ui aUUnl llut nncr hefgre 
4>(l M Runvliknt <ltM>lny «iKh tnunUoeneo 
M M* Ihm r«Ulln!od in tlw GaOdbill: 
-wlitffair itio wwDiiiii of prvdflOi stones 
ta rrfcct lli^ h^Ui u( Uio daudrilen. 
duihnt Sail. tri<)<indt« Urtb« dtliraila umU, 
tibdin "^ lv«ni<Ail femalM^ whi« oondaitB, 
-, Mxl imcioai nvtnls, ba 
', i* liDltlcmiliaU. .Sar«Ijr, 
il Kiniii "NiTiT bail tt 
' ii'Ti. Even ilw Skh niv 

, ii^itt," 

liigittntm," mhI Sir Rk-lianl, 

Bufy I will luikke tlicw ILm 

Aa be waatd iftak- 

ing nodding. »cqtik«ci<d, he 

p«ek«t or Uiiitti, oimI m1vsiig> 

nmuinl, ' '1 hiu tlu I acifuit 

ciTa ilt'lt .,t ffly.OOO.'" 

■am of Bioiirj bod been bor- 

Kii^L' lii pAvhk »naj tftf 

<ti »f t tie w nr Bi^i ibL 

'tor, "b«i tWkiuic- 

' with inviElon Irjr 

"ir llirtianl wm one 

ilt> Mho tvmadmH a 

T'ipnty to tb« Bute, tud 

- ■ -hi.-t on tliic occonodt 

|a-r dPMrtci! Iijr tlio 

MB* rrvolvtl a kii'glit. 

■itrrwanU \te vnn tt-nt. Id oom- 

111) Ihf Arililii»lii'li of Yo«k. M ft 

T f> 111** Kail i>r Niirlliiinther- 

in artiit nLtiinat Uw |;uTera- 

' "''■ Mm ; ■III] 


l.i.Jj'l tw- 

..■. ttuiJ. 

..nt lu Um 

1. lioi*i.-*u(, dKliiwd 

ih-i rnllniiiO(( jrcttr, 

'> Im « (WOBli 

' of Lmdou. 

. ., .y..,. ^ W.V luvr) of Kortb- 

III !>•>• Mub * bead, tbat 

1>";.-i •! lo UI(« lb« ftoM, WkI 

"ti »ul«eribt(l l,uoii/. 

'. anollwT 
i.itiitl. in 



jr lo ttic Hi'ly L«ti(l. nn ex- 
ttiltil bj til* iLmlb of tbe 

Dm. sua. Vol. OCV. 


During W bill in ^-toil's dvic cano oc- 
nirrcd imi' i>l ll«i^ iiallm-'alu between Iha 
Kiriir uDiJ ihi- Curpontion, cirlgiiMtin;; In 
ft quuTcl betwccu a jfyamejumn btkir uiul 
ft ttrrvniii of tiMr Ilis1)0|>ar Iiiftlt»b«r]r. It 
vvrnliiiiteil in ttio (li-^nubiliiin (Knn oHigo 
ofiliv Ma>orniid ^hcrifff, i1k> ■ppcJiitmcnt 
of MTonu^^n AHi'niw'n l>.v the frown, ftod 
m lliio {if SJJIM nisrbn. Subniliwiou, limr> 
ever, ftcil |M>iuk.-iil uf tbo iac, put all to 
rigbta. 'Die Cliy liliirtiea wera restored, 
tbe hiii){ iinil citiieiu mmucilcd, ftiiit, ■■* 
i»na], n tftlcndid ^nt«rtftinmGiit woattd up 
thv quarrel. Thpjr woro mnktod, how- 
rvtr. iu hu odditiaoal fine of 10^000^, 
vrhifK |<crliaiH, Ivd tlwm to coiuntr in Um> 
doiioniian of King Rklnrd. 

I'l>r XfiiT folktwiig iIm) expiration oF 
Whitliinrion'M lirit iiinjoraltv wtm jirrg. 
tiunt U'iih enni «vvDt« to XoiulaB auil 
Knfclam)— tW de|>odtloii (J lilng Bichard 
1 1 ., aud lli« uaeciit to the Ibrune of Oenrj 
IV., n ue«aure lo whkb tlw cillzMucwn- 

An Ald(> of Um Ward of Vititry. h« 
iDuk ftii B«tiv« pkrt U ncli |>o|iular mca- 
mtc. Ill 1389 w (ii(iahil«n(lvd Ui« fr»> 
livitSr* nf M maikcd tonmnrnrnt in Smith. 
Rifld. lately tlie •erno of a rebel tumult. 
"ThrM wno rantf in the Kiiig'o party," 
tmjt Polnnn, " had thoir anoiTur and ap* 
|inre1 jntniinl ihI wlih w Ititv hart*, tlmt hM 
rrowna of gold atioiit thi-lr lufti*. TVeaff- 
biur tinu Hii|nruI1nl li'd lli« bunra of tbo 
■ame nnniher of Udi«s tiv cltalna of jfold. 
The jou'iH continerd foui days, in thciTV- 
ttnet of the King, the (jumh. and tba 
wliole Ooort, bin Uiijtvly liiiUM'lf giv:ng 
lirooft 1^ bit tkill nnd dinlerity. During 
the arlw'.? lime open boiue wu« knpt, at 
the Kirtr's i'»[i*ii»i', at Iht Bialiup of Lon- 
dou'v juilueo, for tbe vDlertunmeiit of all 
[lertMU of (Iklinction." 

Wiityfffon't fTt/f.— There i» etill id 
(be pmatii'ipo of Ihe UiTCen' CnnnaBV 
llip ori^iial ordniHneca of |{>ch»rd n'bi- 
trtigitm'» charity, hcadod by ** A curicioa 
iHumintioii, ntircacnting," my* PcfUMUit. 
"^\hiltinf|;to(i ly**? '"* ^^ OMth-bcd, ft 
vety Inn, eonaumrd, m^gre body; and 
fail three eneeutors. wltb a print and 
dlvet* others. »tut>dii>g by bit boddde." 
Tbe docttiiinit optnni :— " To all tnic people 
of Cryulo llja( nhiill m ni li<>re tlie Ihicgs 
ronlaincd in IhcMt present IcUtr* John 
t'< v<^itr(', Jrokin L'aq»n>rr, and WlUiam 
Ort-i-e, c nek cl(T» of t In' « ort hie and notaUl 
Dierchftiut. Ilicli«rd ^Vliitrngton. Ul« 
citlsra and mercer of ibi- City iif Londoa, 
aiid KiSH-time Hayro of the mM dtl«^ 
»4>iid!nge grcrtyti^ In Ibc l-i>rd God tnr- 
lB»tjtige." It rciiiclnde* thus: " In Wit- 
ttCM w'e have pat to Mir Mele^ ^ven at 


Aaiiquitrian Heteafehft, 


London, tin xiy. diu« of l^vcvtahn, to tbe 
y*r« of our I.ok1 God. 1 12-1." 

Tba nili(i.-iii,[Hirticulitrl/ Ibu inm.-]iBii1i, 
h>UK ItH'^ '1'^ iinDiv«rsHi-( uf WlitHin;;- 
tnii'Biluut)i>«ilti]»rtiouUrre*[ioct. Amaaig 
tUc tvliirrn ur churilui in the Sud of 
fMwftnl VI., lii tlKi following IWnii tbo 
iSercen' Corapany : — " Pidd jrcarl; fw 
tite obitt^ of Slutor Wliit jin^a for m'.aM 
broil", witli vpanvs knil u)i]tl» brvau mvii 
biitt<.T, tU, and viij>J. Fur p«ani, npplc*, 

Cfi^kelU, chMC, al<-, And wiii^, aiul tlut 
utlrr'i fc«% with ulker tliui[{a, SHr. biuI 
8tA For wu Bod riusiitir or lidU. 2*. 
To the poor men for to aSer, I'Ai. To tlw 
Lord Maier uf t«)tid(in, &. 8</. To Dm 
ihrw wunUm of t\ui MpnTrrt, 3^, and to 
the rrol w-nnttr*, 40r. To tlw clerk of 
the inenrcr, tW. ivi, nimI U (iw pricaU M*d 
clprln we iirwr paid uoac." 

M» poftalar Ltgtitd of mittinjfton 
atulAi*C<tt,—i DOW ooroc to tl>e cclel)nt«<l 
purtiun of lli« fiistor^ of Wtiittiiigloit, 
tMunsly, in connvsion with that r«4poctaIiW 
amt wifai HomMtic uiiunl tW ut, with- 
oat windi our himum at bnmfl amiau 
Inrdt; ccmulctw; txit I r«flr*t lo havv to 
domoILih tiH wicfcritj- of pn<v L*um in 
Mnaniun with Sir Uicluin] Wbilltogtiin ; 
fur bUtturicoI Ttveart'li tlivvri that lua mm» 
uot of jxKir origin, neilh? ili<l Iiy iwe any 
of Ills richon to tbc proweas of tito tier's 

Tbv Clerk of tbtf Mcruera' Coiopony hu 
in hia npartinrnt at MMVnM* Hall a por- 
trait oil c»nn» nl' a muii nbuut tixty vciar* 
of nE« in a Ane liver; -eowa and bUcii ca|> 
of t^time of Hairy VIII., tuohHYra- 
wen of I hi! Giiai-tl nour m-ur. Thu r^fimi 
rvoKhies aUiut It'ilf tli>- Liticth of lUv ano* 
tYnm tlic tbooldcni ; oa thii lolt liand of 
lli<'6ti;aT« iaaltlack axil HbiUi-ut, whow 
ri)^lii «ar raachoi ay In tlic IkitmI or broad 
lur->tuc-du«il I'f llw' «liirt of On fi;:iirtj 

on fhcIi-P.-llatiil ITiJi^i-orririi^f thi-»Miivft* 

■ . '.jaa." Nei- 

t -iv aoythim: 

v ..J Sir UirlMrd 

'i' ! luivvtvt-uctirrrDCi 

iiu mil 
•ii llio 

,-_ I'mlj jiu.iti tif tuLI, U:^; Lii-i 

rKtiim not man tim tvfBlT. sod Htm 

])rwo fnwIiiiU; (tU. *• tUe caLoiiy 
■In-hnl itiUt tbt-M-. Hmf ridi-r Alma, 
i* Mill lo lia*(i Kivm 60O I'H'iiiv of «i^l 
to the |>ma>n wko |imciil'r<l tti n vnlh tbi 
&nt eal wlikh waa brouiriit Crtuu Hani 

la ail uit4T««titis work, eatltlml, ■• 
pillar SI uric of tiM Oldeu J into i III 
Uon of tbo NotJand lltnto at iEndaMl.' 
I7 W.CluiiHI. V^Jl. ]» bbo IbUowinff 
— " Tlie nirlinl noliiM of ' Tnrn u^i: 
WliittingtJiD,' «• a tunc if » rarrr cbnri; 
is in ShMefi 't>tiftuit Maid,' net 
acwM i, ISiO, mhen tlw iriaoe •>>■. — 

■ Palih. tMW aasr thunlkm da you mb«b u 

Befcta foa dk r Ki b«ll« tn cvvrr itMpJa, 
Aari loi ikiae ill ro lo Hi* Cli; lunr, 
Tam anta. wiititit«taB— «b<> Uirjr «r. 
Grew lick, HMi) If( biiUndout larBdaaHvia 
CtQM all eanic la >y a caC' 

A hnllml wm eutered at Stationers' Hal 
« ffl* nuntlM later, tbon a dnmu 
tbo Kiii)« •ittjnt." Th« foUiraiui: 
tm-tt arc froin tho rrgict«n of th« Com- 

KDV : on Ff'bnun'8, IGOt. to 'nxitnuj 
■trior: — "TImi Ituiidry of Kkbanl Wblj 
tjTUi^Mi, yf Uii low IrrtliP, bi" irfa' for 
tit&e. lu that wu pbritl t>r tbi- IMimv^ 
aerrants;" awl on July 0, ]iMiC>. tf> JoUn' 
Wright, a iMlUd tnlltnl, " TtiA Honilroiia 
life aod mcuiormble dentil of Sir Rli^iaid 
Wliiljoeton. DOW mno tjiiio LurtI Mayor 
of th» ll.inminibW City rA' Ijandon." utid 
■■ coQtatni.'*! in JQhtij>';4i's "Orowno <ilmr- 
Und of iKihlcn IliMna." 1613. 

tt'Mliit<rta»'t SloMt^ — Th* Ql 
Mix's M*Oi2tXl hw maiiy no-'wiU 
tItU •tuoe. In S«i>tenit)«r. JHil. it 
Mat«d tl,At a Btant, at tho f'K>t of lliiil 
Katfrhill, «!•* kiiiij' <H-)I to bnvc Vvii pWi 
Oltrt by Whlliijijitiiii, m lliu nfiol wha 
h« bcwrd It^iw >M.-ui>. It hmi n pav 
round it, nliotit fiKlitrca Titi itt ctrrui; 
frnttin\ Fnno au old iili(^vlii)r cf it. 1 
aVlHiU* lluil it waa % mmll oi«Utlc, 
pyramid, BtaMilin; on a Kitiai* biiM^ 
auroiDUtitvd bgr a <tt>M, aiiparviitly of iroo*] 
Tkia ftoiM! r«i»In«I nn'U ITl>&, whrn on* 
S., who wiu {larixh oIBmt of laliugtim, 
bud it reutovdl and uiwti in two, and_ 

flared tlw lialv^"! on rach mdo of (Jtm-nl 
[iiulbine, in tbc l^>fliT-ir>->t. Ulir-ijti 
'Dip pnvFiMtitt Iw I 
osr. and nitli it 1 
liliw I.Mt imliUr I 
b-uiJiijicti llokd.) I- I 

ionvn lainx-"*"! V 
to uiftktf «Dtna >ii 

I UA hiltib 

I'J, vi u »*_K-u, ijii:^ on ib« feft 

1858.] Killiwty and South-Etut of Ireland Archt^L Soc. 155 

iiilo in uontdtng iht^ liU', iiiiit probnU^ 

jam t.-liti,,) il,...t,,-i. M K.-U|ont)>«t«nitri> 
of i i lir, tiid on lu 

n«i< iuiliiit>-)rp)iic«I 

tliTT . r tituiciiuoui^ though it 

\Viiiniiifi':ft'*rton««Mrppln««l In the 

vnir 17(13, l>r Mr.Oiarlcs ^VilLiiiiuii. of 

\7. M- ■} ■ -■';'l.w.«miMr.UM»<» Huck- 

Uir. .iTX-temte. It rmalknl 

ii-n ajuitbrr waa p<il, ntiil 

I vrwr^bcvd inlSfil bjrthtiprtiKiit 

Tbe dtatppeanncf of tb« ttont to 

! ranwl ft ffrt*^ *tir, «diI arvrnil btlcr* 

L«pj<»arnl in tti.- (lK>TtJ[MJ!('ii Maojucim 

r«n Om nimI mljcvL 

Hw ■"ninc«''M|wr of Bpptorotwr IS, 
fftic* tb» follotriug aoconnt of llie 
ption:— "A pUIn rtrtWe, Bbrmt two 
rh, U now erected thore^ wliidi biu 
rhitvlkil -.Ml it llu- fulluariiig briof histurjr 
of Whiijngtnii'ii lifp. 

"' Wiiitj-untmi Stone. Sir R.WliHyi'f- 
no, thra-r .Majrw of London. 

•im. RicbftrdlBd. 
JfiO, Ufnrriih. 

TIm Bev.TbowH Ha^o tlxni md b 
nou «Ubunt« puptr on "Mi^titvitl ni> 
Krimnirci find tlurir Mcmoriak,*' in which 
Et> <le»lt brj^Iy iti Ihe "CantrrlMirv Tnlw," 
a]'c^c<l to Imto bcvii tbe worlc of Oeuflhij 
Cliiiiv«r, anil tti the miirx' or tlir n-iuljng 
ilitruliirioil a n>U<y<MUof " iS!(,'rini Sijin^" 
— in iiif tliopc of fuicieiit c^> — *a]n>aa»d 
to liAv^ >icon w-nrn uoimd tbe lu-ci* of 
piliniow Ml tlwir ntam fVoin Ibe uevnt 
<>f thdr pllBriiMKei. 

IVileaur Tentuwt read m pnpcr on tlie 
" l>(mn Jfwcl* in the Ti>w*r of Ixitidoti," 
rrfi-ning MpcciaJIv tij tli* crown of Vic- 
tim, in vrbich h<i gnv<' a tnoat inlnnl« de- 
hTiplinti of it* nuiniifncturi', tlii^ [<iv«ioiif 
UMtcriftln of whicli it i> cumpaiied, arnl llio 
coft of it«.prodBeUoii. 

A vote oif tkuilu to tbe Qtair dosed the 



At Ibv meotiiiic of tbn Soeiel;, JdI; 9, 

Uetwiy, hJKi . MP., in the (^Tuiir. 

r. Jaiu<« (iniv«, lion Spc., hIbIviI 

tbr biul tn-viic) n IcUpf- Omh the |irt- 

I iMTetArr of tlM Lord- Lieutenant, 

f'tt^f ibe icratil} >D|j; iutrtlrpvnce tliftt 

liency " Ind niucfa planMire at ac- 

B the ni]w«t " of tfa« Hon. Sdc 

I riiOQU becotnc * i»ctah>T uid p*- 

rtba flocietj. Hi* Kv('i>il>-ncjr waa 

''--■H ■ patron of (tw Bocielj 

ii* I«t« Irf)ird-l.i«»t«iiBiit, 

I . Iiile. 

^ fciaial nu<" ihkitiImt* bavintr tbcn bwn 

pmpHMil and rl^vtiit, llie St^ctctMry hid 

'tn lite IbMc a number of IhxtVi ami |mui> 

pUvM, prraeiiia froni tndlvidualt nnti kin- 

i ftunieUr*. 

^ Ctamitfl, dfc — Dr. 
I^.t.i,.,-!^ prc«eiilM to the 
J of bit ntliiitmble 
I iif lite anti(|iiili4!a 
iwrjr oj t.'l<Riinrl, ('aditil. Linuurv, 
Ai:. tie. TliMt: fitilliful nnd 
rvDOnla fi^tL^ tbe ndmirut on 
I mimlmii pr»iiit. wlw i>A|.n-»^il a 
Ibit Dr. llcmpliiU wimtd nweive 
ipb GneourDgemMil to eonUnue tbia 

H< 'I , Mid Ibat. bavuijc 

init-uii I : 'din Akrck. il( Wit- 

Uw ii»l<tr<> til l^iTil Tt'iiijilnBinrv'* 
Mr. Ktun, in carry mil )il> vnnnyr- 
II rckUve to tba r«|«'r of IMnbrud; 

AbHtj. lio (Mr- Omve*) bad been din,vt«l 
by (^ptnin Alcock to *cnd hark In liim llio 
mnrimt «c»l conntvtcd »*itb I)unlir™lj', 
itbtrii Mr. Knox bwl lukt'd fwr nj" nii 
ei]uivmknt for Lord Tcinpli'mow'* pro- 
posed rxjienditiLre. and wbucb (.%iptuiii A. 
bad At oiipe, in tbe moat Kbfnl nMnncr. 
oonaented to girc. Mr. Alcock Mid, "I 
urn (orrjr tbui I/ird Templcnaore ddan 
tbe rttinircd rpjinint tu tbuM bnotiral 

.\innnKiit thp antiiinitieJ Mcliiblted wu 
* bri)u/e tbiimb-riibh' irf kr^e ti^n; it bore 
tbe i^ttT "W," cKiwucd, and appeared 
ttoni ltd umrkinanabip to beloug to the 
fuurtn>iith reiitur^v. Tbe rJi'K viu «eu( 
fur cKliibltluii \>y KWhai'd l-onc, Eaq., 
U.D., Artbnratowii, mnnty of Wpx'ord. 
It wai giren to biin iy ah nld lail^v, MIm 
H)"!* Uurerenx, wbnwr atK<raliir tiwi'ivrd 
it from tlbc butt abbot of Donlrodj Abbejr, 
wbn aIm wan a Devereu. 

TtiB K(T. Jiunea (travea mid tb«t Mr. 
Le Hunt*, of Artramonf, nmr Wwfnrd, 
hnd shoisn blm m ini|irruiDii of a bronu 
rill); with a •imlhu- dpvic«— n crowned 
" W," Tb« only ^fl'er^'nra m the make 
of llio ring* WW, that tl>al dr^rrilird by 
Mr 1^ lfnuli> wiis ciirdad nr twistdl dia< 
fitmnlU' iivrTMa tbe boop, wfailri llio rurda 
or riilgr* run parallel witb tbe lw^> bi 
IJt. Lin^ii ting. It *■■ » nirJoH* triHi. 
cidnce llial n riiia found ncnr WeifonI 
(ai wu lh« caa^ wlib tbe iiD| aJlvdiKl to 



Anti^uariat Retfarches. 


by Hr. Irf llniile) utrf thin old (Wnily vkWc 
MMuld bear tlw utmr dirrici'. IVrl^pa it 
tN>rs wiinc dluaiuu Lo The init'iftl 1o(Ut of 
tbe town or conntjr of nVxfon). 

Thu Benvtarjr tlm talHiriUccl to Ui4> 
nteUng thr IbUowlng cominaiilotiaiu umI 
papon: — 

On nn HDciait iiiciitoriKl «roM in Um 
churdiiriinl nf ('o!Ur<Uti>«ni, mwr llalljr- 
mora Enitticr, rauiity of KikUn], illiu- 
tnted b; rubliitig*: hy Mr Kranuiiu 1>. 

On n r%tv vaHety of WA "ring-ahmcy ," 
pmcrreil in lua collKllon : by Alexander 
Colville U'rUb, &q. 

f>n ft MijmhilinU c*rt di»ei)rt»*d mt TI. 
DHilfiir, iVn«»i)'B C'-ouiily : bj Hit. IlMuotl 

On tllG tO|Kj^I)1tI«ll «>U>-cliMW 

tive (o tlic crtiinir uf Lnutb, |«Mer«i 
Bni>tTi;;«t tlio Unliwnn' [MptM n Um 
bran' L'l* ibo IbtvAl Innb Aodamyt 
Uir iu-v. I*. O'llnnlou. 

A liin^rnjiliT III' J'; riTir-.' M'drlttT. tbS 
h«Kd of titftt ! (1m1 

"ni* nuiat vo'.i ui' Lli^i.. liiiroJ 

pMKd W ibe ddtior* an i . thai 

tne'lln^ adjonrDoil Ut tbe um tt t-uiLCMl^fi 
iit SeptwiiMr. 



At tlie mcvtins, Jtmo SS. tlw Rev. II. 
Bitrunby ill ibe Chair. Mr. TboiaiNKHi M- 
liitnUsl a dr:iiiin^, by .Mr. II. (i •lilmr<l, of 
the ball of lieici-i>lTr<';Mt'i%*v it npi^onrv*! 

frevloBsly to tlw Mllrratiniw rllc^'^rd in 
mi, wbcu ita onij^iiiiil iip|H'nninc« wba 
«itir^Iy ftewtroiwl; lojp.'lhimvitb iiki-ouiiiI 
plan aoii tUUul* of t«v<-ral ^H>rtini» of it. 

Sir. Wrtodnx-k »liil'it4^'l tui^ iu Mip- 
Mrr. <>f tlic! prrat nrt\ nl' Kin)^ l-l.luar>l the 
Cuiiii.-uot, ibc iDvcrripiiuu (jii whirii i^ 

SILEI." The nunl Baailri i lul L'wl nf 

Srgu is an Int«rv«titi3 iti<<io<(i<^i oftbo 
knowtsdgv iind «m of tbe Givuk Ltnipuco 
ftmOBg tii« Angk>-SMiLjiL<k Humphrey, m 
li» buok on <!o<ni»on IVd^Fpr, a'^li'v tluil 
KiDB AtlKibtfliMrV TmUct ouutaius tbe 
Cttrl&rt eiiftin^ O'liyot'thf Niittie t'rwd. 
MmI tbiiL il ■■ in l.In^'L, bnt nrUlvn Ii) 
Huoo dunclon. 1\w linuwlMljrr of 
Orcefc ftmiHig tli« Ang;ti>-.'Nkx<m« pnitita (o 
tbe coniMx-tiuii Ulnwn lb<t mrly Cliurrlt 
of Kli({lanil am) tbo VImIitii L'burdi. It 
•hvwi tluil tlx' [<4tiu li>ti)>uni^ h.-wl lint 
tbm ttiat «i^lii.iivK juAcuiiiii w iik'ii it 
cvrli^mly ubuiiNnl in KiigLunl iHtu'ixm 
IfaflltorBMU) Conquest oimI llu- rcirivnl of 
larDbf. Tlid likt ttut tliHcl'ianity tna 
|nln>liir«(l urifniially fnnii tlw l!ut«Tn 
ChurvK Ibmuji tlaul, and tbnt ttir 
vmifr* of tbr Ivi-t > f. tbe 

Unie [>f I((«|iii))i v..- . Ung- 

laud u<ii'' '<<■' f'' ' <i; tl-a 

Aftfb) - ion. 

Ti.^ t .:r,-,.l 

tm ChHirh of EDfcUnd hnd b<«B roptr- 
p»d«d by tlw Wntmi tiiJiBioiuric*. 

Mr Noal nbiUtHl an aiigul »r tlii> Sitli 
year of lU-ury VIIL, lip {wmliniitT of 
wbirh etm^M* in ao ntiniitot or ^nn-BoUl 
(iti tlii> •idi< i>l' tbii tlii)> un tlu; n^virnc— J 
IF" ,' 1.6-j (i.) 

I>iAH|ii('efl rnbhlnKs of thi 

bt' '■■■■ ' ■- Hlv-t ,-■ >G». 

•1. t; Irtl 

it II .; lmT-| 

iiig bv«n diM'ovcr>4 dunns Uir n-ftDrBtUiiJ 
of tfav cb'irch laat y«<Hr, wbuib i* a* fal>f 

rn ace u>oo «*iiacrr ra«m umm erMKum 

BfVii wnr-aAKMw viatran., 

«n una imiii*! Hill M nia *rut.ia *■■ 

Thii iDcrTi;>li'<n ia ui}r>n > pUlo tDmraring 
lot by a indwa II iliffm fniii tbo In* 
Kri{iUuii iiow in Ibr <!liiirdi in Lntiii^ 119J 
(n.-i- ■'■ ■■.'.• : : ■ ■' 

ll.i - ■.... 

ta\-t iUe liali- wucti In' «i'ito>t Wiw^ 
{ump. Hrii. Vdl.) »wina7i 'm'ui 
m iniji[ini>l>" Mya iliitdiitM, firT H7Sn 
H'bi/'b •Ifwt fbut is »»» ib* nMcriplli; 
ri-i' " 'i' ■' :liciD, 

« t. i^k i> 

d-r ,t tn-J 

K-; ■ »(»• 

pf „ ' ■ -iiiml 

of ' iiUi nrtltfr Uuo 01 tfan mx\ 


p>ri*iii. 1 1 

BotIM, BI'd I 

•lit la tbw t>aMF 


Anlignai'ian lirsfiarcht*. 


CrrER UIPIBt: l>E810t), at AABEXTIN. (AnR07<Dt»tCMeNT I>S BOVEX.) 



Dciirvd tlM'MrlrpartQfljMtji'nr mm* 
«arktD<-ti, mpVitnl in i^mliliiiiB tbr w^kxI 
>.> T. .1.,, ii.. .i;.. ,,- „^ 4 Bdiulnir wf «)• 
maUr put of liiese 
I < r ^g^ng bmU, Biid 

Ube few tbil csapfd wpfc oollod-d by 
Iaioc, cf BMwbrillc. the owmar of tke 
, , . >iK-rt 1-. NotiM of tbu 4tniaTcrv np- 
pMnnl III th<? jounuli of Itonim and Pp- 
oitnp, UMi tbc ^bbf C<vbet lotf im time in 
enunlnliig the tmm-1* iu (juwlkn, which 
ha fboiul (n lii> of RouiBti yiMetj of clu 
rjijitfr KiiipuT, unil iuHatire of ft come- 
Urjr 'rf tlif uiirly I'hmtMn iMrioc). 

On (ftAniuiirg thL-iNi-niiioiniiorM- I.nine, 

which wn» iniAi P'>titvlj- eunc«tl<.-f. nn<l a 

mnt uf iiioiH-y fW>in the IVrM de In 

Sriuc InftriiMri\ the Ahli* Cochrt viritintl 

11 — ,4^ ^^ij, lart JaWfc wid Ow ivculU 

TMoudi ire briefly ■uuumI njt 


'I'be •]■»<« vf irrqnod cxnnliwd br M. 

Cech«t U about 30 UMtrea lonf. Ii^ lU 

bnMil=:^himt '17 fmt by 32 In KnRlUh 

nw w w*. In tbU drip iia Igm thnn 8S 

a«|Hilotml sroapi w«r« foond, which oon- 

lte-4 of »0 TM«^ Bithrr or Mrtltcn- 

w»i» or iehu«- AinowK Umm were 13 

rio/»«, DT rery W^ (■urthmwaro t««'1^ 

nud h/ Ibo lMlu-l{i>iiiai» for MpulcJinl 

rpmna line* ih« da^i of the i.-l<W I'ljnr. 

ni««» cfmwliuu-t'HutM of B«r<-utin nuiy 

dlri<k>d IntA two l-Uwm— thutu* of luil^, 

' OrdiinH; ohm. Tlirao Utt<-r, ni a rale, 

Wen onnpofed of ihrrv vtMcia: that 

vidch contAinvd thn hiimt ranMinn of th« 

do6n*ed ; M empty jar far hokLing tlie 

Bilwvfl)r«4IMBpi mid another biftck golt- 

lat-nhirwl TMwUdvtined Tor libationa. IIia 

famfaa fif pcrvuis of nottf cunuitvd of a i£i>- 

iMH,thD XM»i interior uf wbtc£ contained w- 

*cnd vamtlt ; or elac a group of four or livo 

vaavla daponl^^ in tlw «ulb in a nnmg 

«f wwrf, tikm or Ainbk Tbwo (Ttwupa, 

whtph OMialnly affucd meat intcrcatiiHiMlly 

OinlMBMl a gbua urn. fillM with burnli 

haiMv And MirUawi) in an rarthmwaro 

Ttw*^, m «rCh«n JM fur the uff«itlF^ • 

aad a tcbmI of black pottirry. 

I too, a drtBitinffftUa waa finrnd 

'' '"■ iIh> hand, nr elM a (cliua 

)'' ' : , rfunii* <H «i-<!nt>. 

• ■■' tb«*« v«aH<U were v«ry 
' otbsr ]m»ducta of Urn 
tt vnfortiinBtrljr v«rjr few 
' ■■'■iy la uat td' ISO— coulil )•« r«mov«d 
wu'ir, nwinip in thi- ?"••» and Xonn with 
• l''''| 'hiekcUwBadllwL 

'I >« * , ' DKir tluT vurikcv, 

had faiTH i.iiig a^-, rm.lirTl t<y tht (<TC«nrC 


of the aul. and the rolling of cutai The 
gi«at«r part, tiM^wero foond purpnwly mr- 
nnindMl by blod* of Ami, or Iniinith tbe 
ropta of oiks, wbicb rendered their r«- 
moval dilScnIt 

Tlu' I'L-tiii-lrry nf ]{:ir(mlIn,UItt> th«oth(T 
cr^uatian iiitvmK-nt« o{ tbo Vmtt l-Ju- 

Sre. furniitwHl hut few rrtitjae* m uetaL 
.CodK't. ]M)wi-Tur, nnlinti Mnie Irmi 
nnUs both iuKide Htv viwi-ls and senltcred 
ftTOtnid theui. In the fonno' taaci tfa«« 
bekmi;cd to Ihe wuuden AnnM) nn whi^-b 
th* Uidy waK Ii«ni«d; in ibe Uttrr, to 
the cb<wt4 in which tlie rcMehi w«rc placed 
whrn cimmitti-d Xo llie enrth. 

Ttii-w! WM nlw collected a ibnlft uf 
bronne inlaid with «iunHL a ring of » ain 
odaptfd fi>r Uie finmir of a yonn^ pcraon, 
and a Mnall ircm bMl, whi«h waa lylni; in 
one of Un reaiela. It v jxM toA n bell aa 
thi>H which are fairox ronnd ttm owks of 
nniiiuil*. SimCUr oaoi oeciirrvO in ISO in 
tl'e ttrjnwDnnetayof Neu*itle-le-ro11«'U 
ami in 1851 at lluis dea Luem. war 
Ktrctat. IiMtly, at tl>o bottom vf u k1b» 
urn, GUcd with burnt hoon, two Urg« 
hrua coiiw were diaoovrred. One of tiicM 
ii entirety drAccd. hot on the other wo 
orniM roail tbv name of Anbitdniu Pins. 
(13S~160. Thi* InM had been de- 
pnaited while qtiila new, and wwi [nt- 
finely onrabbed. It aicrK* wilJi the date 
of Pile potienr and tit* prartiee of i-re- 
ntntion. nml affuids a tbie cf thv im*ind 
ornlury of our era to Ihta «inn«l«ry. which 
luiir liavo onginat^-d in the Bnt WnturT. 
an.l jirahaMy did nnt exiat ImiRer thin 
tUo fnil of the Ihinl. It is wowwhat 
rvitinrkwhU that nil the pxamplffl of ere- 
natton in our oeinrteric* have aflunled 
ruina of eitluar Adrian, 'I'mjan, AutouIllU* 
Iliia. or llarrna Aurelius. 

Another interitirnt, whirh waa the rich* 
Ml vro OM-t with hi-rc, nllonlifl a aqaara 
ptato of hrcnic, nt the u«o uf whJrh we 
are not aware, ami u eir^ukr niiiTQr of 
hfTinM^ tinned, and [nenvd roii:id with 
hulra, for the |niqraee of altaii-hiiiK «oraa 
ortwmental bovd«r. 'llij* roUqne wm un- 
fortnnilety hrnki-n by llic muntry-pvuple, 
who ntnWied th> interment daring tbe 
aharow of the workmen. 

AiDOnj; tlw rvaulia nl Hit* reaeareh mtiat 
W given tbe mark of tlw {lolter. Uherioa, 
found oa tbe hottom of a rt<l cup; and 
two marlu of |{biai.maL<rii, ohierred ua 
two aqnara itnu. One of thene !• n U 
with eoBceutrie drelM muad iL ; the other 
la a Onxk cra» •f*. A aitnllnr mark c<- 
cnnad on a ytan nm found at l.onerii.y m 


Antiquarian Rexearcheti, 


1827. and now p r wcnu d in th« Dieiriw nnnd 

Tltf e^tat^rry nrTDTlrrrttf, llmngh It hum 
prodacd but ri'iv ')bi(<ci* (itUnI to adoni & 
inaMHim, U not the Icn jircc)oti« ■ initio 
f<.ir anrliiruto^, uh) an imputtdiil (i^int 
for iini.4«il i;iivru|ih_v. Tbe nniiitx-r of 
TfWelf of nil forls Ji-fllp'Tcd hjr th" wi»rk- 
mm in 1857 i» o^tJnuUNl at not Uvu thiut 
X/XW. [ufi«et.fiO»r«(^Klni»t llacre) 
wnru then dmred; >nd if tliia spore be 
cainparrd vrilh llwt of tlir pix«ovt voar, it 
will bv arcn that ttwro » (irotvlnlj no px- 
u^r^ntioii in titc nlxnu ivtimuU:. Nor ii 
thf •jMiI «x)i4Uiitn), mill M. (.'ivbi^ h*i 
not Ti'I. maili! init it> extent. It it tlieti 
to ttc Ii<'pt"l that lu-i' ntv tusy yet lii>oc« 
derire furllior reTclatimu. 

It mQl ^tiriMpt he uliod, when tlia 

TT of Torurdlc ia tUmXv f to wUt 
il brlODgnf Anil to w);[>i oil.] ihIh 
tnvnt it WW" ■tturlirti? 'I t, 

tbon, livf mt lli» rooltTti en . U«. 

rrotin. ja*t irbiTti tbU coii..uut>u juiiM 
PatUI), Knd PMV-IVtII. 11 <■ in a li<oi-)j' 
valley, on tb» akfw wT I ' m- 

ricnt eenelfrin, ud r« 

»il«ar. lU dat« mtip.: 1.,._. i-^ iw- 

r«nvO to tlic flnt three ventoriM nf oar 
nu. bnt it is not M> nwr to dcl«nnitM to 
what ratn))ti<ibn>pnt it rtin; havp bduiqt*-!. 
It mar, hnwwrw, xtry probuWr lnfe *p«ii 
ntiwbi>4 to tbciuMtorofCbi ti 

it in onHiisMl. 'flw nunr < i« 

riry aiiciinil, ami it ww prnEiHn v ner* 
tlmt ilie (<t>KprfuI Oalkhltflinu Autiil; re- 
iii)«<]. wliosc biulal-tikce we hav« jut 



Toi Socii't/ of Anti(|itiirie« of Ijondon, 
Dot luviii; lieoD RKwiWiil liijnila^iiff the 
«m:rniBrat to Itkhc incMAum) for nrrvrting 
UudeRtmi'ticin nl* (\iiHinil mnnnmriita, fie., 
dniPMloproriiloii (•Mtaikn.-tm-'U !'_v«itii. 
hlialiing n Tvfri*trr of all pivitH'Hv anEl.i^n- 
tinlM itipics uf iiHrriptiuau ; and witit 
tbli v'wv ])nipoas to wtlbH eit«h mptes In 
tke fbUomnf uuiBcr, vU. — 

Trt rfwire all fcipit* of montinimtal in- 
Mrrlplinnii, ant.lirntir.ilfd lo Iho fatiiriu;- 
tioa uf tbo Ccmtnittso np(>(rinl9d I7 tlio 
Soeictjr for tht* purpnar, wl>kh iui>jr bo 
Mcnt it* tkrm (V,- ■ ' - '-i-T. 

H'llilnti^i, I niRravinp, 

rl4'hin^, anil li: ill lir nnivctl 

m nipio. Wn 1 1 lio iu • 

d*ar nnl !c*^.> iLitd npdn 

fi">l- ..ij *i*4. i'hn iwjier 

■Li'^: I inia hIiIm tMily, m>(1 

witii 11 ' ■■ ■ -I ii[>- 

tton. It >1J 

apt"''" •■' .. ... ... i.«tj 

fo.i: t, or from any 

. phOlA- 


photogTHphs or otbor «i|ilei nf nonn- 
BHiat^ inscriptiowi or dnvrlnsiL &e., nt 
nMnuuirntA. It w ubviina Iknt tli» valae 
of nirb a cnUcclinn irill mainly drpinul 
ojKin iu I'xtiiit aad noeumi'j'. 

Ci>|>i(ii and cnnniiniicBtiotu upon tlii> 
aulijii-t ■liiiiiM Iw uddnvscd to "Tlw 8on* 
oty 'if Antiiiunri«««. Sjuicnwl -Ixniiw. Lc<i> 
d»ii," iumI It will be nmvinicnt If tlio 
•ubj^l I'lf the cauitnuiiimtiun bt lUiliratod 
l>» 111* wonl " liimriptiijMji" arriltvn OU 
ttif cnvcliTpo. Infbnnaiipn mpcvtinfr en- 
rioD* or vatuabla itawrijiUom^ cqN^ialtjr 
ifin;. - -■ > - f flarajr nr il>ng«r, wlU Iw 
tbii'ii- ■ ''L 

Till u'-«lrc to rwviva in llko 

inniiuer (yijMn of inioripticiti^ Aiu, In 
rliuri^liyarda nil wi-ll u in rfatit^ica i ami 
Will hi parii<Tularly ^raliHii] 10 rMwiv« 
mtiiti (if rjiitniili* wiicri'urr tlipv mav «ai- 
i»ti " I ' . 'jf 

oar ' 

f' (■ - ■■— . I - •■ «>r* 

Tttluaiiln trhrn wmnTpaiiinl 1^ iikvti-Iin, 
nUiinjirvi vr dcacriplioni of auy aitnotlal 
braring* im Uie inonuneat, nnd aim t^ 
pnHirqbir* «« to lli« pr(<riao Wrt. of tlu» 
■ ii or oLurcliyanl hi nMcl) tlieji tOKf 

;■ 1 


IhU Ud llio 


ral <i 





No. VI U. 

Clavkkdio HtniBBiD. — Na I. 

eta verimj. Serdem. 

f. dmrdi. with rk-U K-rvun-ivurk, 
■ts; aita tiMity iiUMiiiin^ita lo 
ButIm fkmlljr, who wiere msImI hi^ru 
HVtnd ic«iieratl<ma. lu ■ i<riii<luvr at 
Bortlt nule an> the «rniA of If'U/ittm 
_ -/m, <>r tW U uiJIt- rciD(>U\ K«] , 1G83 : 
— Knn., 9 ban wnry «!>. Crwt. ■ bmr** 
bntd eonpcd or, in Uui looutb djuooi 

'ttm two ruUtrwing nmU of arm' wm to 

bt Men in the cknutary Kimlnw* ihiring 

Ifca hut ccTittirjr, Ihry h .t» lino' iliuip* 

fmmi. 1- " St-ntoni RiuiuipAi Orry, niili.-^ 

cq}iu ■!'« ]if>'ci*.'tur Dau " ai^., ■ lieml 

»*rt, mt'tM'illpi. I. Z.crn^f«jr, |i«lTOf i>x 

i'lip., >y(w, per jiale mA. v*rt, 

■til mrg. 

Arm* >»i ihfl motiinnrntii. 

I. A tmM m thn nave witti fottr nhicldii 

Vrtmfn, Auasfiittr uf A/t'MiH'r D^mrm, 

LtannlMV. ru. Wilu (V I'niMlvlli Uit 

{ft, dttivlilwr nf Sir JoAm JJ.trdaumt, 

W..) »iul wifr rf nomo* ITVAoif*. of 

hi CUvcrini;, Uvnt. ; «bc died Dec 

1, MWAof^Arie., sftwa b«t«e«a3boRn 
IKM hIil, imird or: imp. Doxiviv, 
■loartrrly of I'J -A 6, &. -L 
1, litBavit. (III., rfaov. bvlwoeo 3 

X. /'" < iiL«nn.,onbeiMl git. 

J. i^ijiMin, Ou., 2 h>n tfr, om chief 
itf latt ,• fUgH' hviub faluued of 
till.' »• >>I. 

'<>v t>f €, arg. OS., gn 
< 'H'fitiU or. 

4. Str-'-' 


0. 3 avmew fmliv, S, I. a flU of 


7. A fiMk lNti*i>vn 3 CTONnlt-tA. 

K. ^— A cbtmon Wlwicu 3 cm- 

la — .1, v.. ..,.,.. 
11. — 

IZ> Zt^- >T<>. or u)»., 3 bm 

null ^ t. 

U. X 

14 S doTM, 8, 1, ■ ctiteP. 

1&. A btsmi. uvvr nil k file of 3 

IS. •^— On a croai firv nmrtleta. 

17. Cfac«liy,echierenUvKflIcof 

S pobU. 

IS A IVwt 

Ifi. — FNtty. 
Cmt, n banr's bond cooped nb.. piercod 
try a vjirar in |MOe or, vmhrued go. 

2. guiirtrrly 1. /J^nivq-*; 2. i>naiw«, 
■ndent 1 3. jtf rmf/ta^ ,- 4. ZX«uifi>«y; 
iinp. 1. 4, (Junrteaay, Or, S tortcnox, 

2. 1. U)^ of » (""'■t' u., bvauitrj 2, 

3. lUd^ert. Or, Uuu runn. ax. 

3. ffV&Mv, imp. 1. 1, Bradimiy. SaK, a 
diavfuu eriii. )ii^we<eii 3 bRL-ltlfi mu. | 
X. 3, SwrMill, Aiy., a cluvruo uv- 
lw«vii 3 clicai-rooiu aab. 

4. guarlrrly. 1, 4, Bivdbuiy; S. 8, 
SoekMU : imp. ArMoa, Aiy.. a 
diermn bctvcn-n 3 gioaU' hcada 
If nl mil. atliml ur. 

II. A mouarni-Dt willi iHRKica near the 
c1iaiic«l-arc}i to tH/liam Barlte, E»j^ 
IGltf, and Hliiabeth hia wir«^ dantrlitor 
and oobeir of Join Si^lf, Omt., oT llaHi- 
wA<r I nlsT his Km, Jola Sarfe*. £*f.> and 
JfoT-v lii» »ifi-. ilnnsht<:r of ^A&a //•»»«#. 
£'»;.' or Old lloU. 1(;33. Fiva ■hiulda of 
amis: — 

1. £W««, Quarterly of L8—fl, 6,0, with 
ofilas bi>ftir». 
1. .ffjfr/fv. 

X. XiTMHM^, Or. a water bovget Hb^, 
lxm]« of laat, bcauitjr. 

3, Miti-MiH, Ar^>.. on ■ crora aa. 5 
n-H"* IIP. 

4. Ar'Mvtur, Af).-., S liLiiarimp. gu., 
S. 1. 

6. Paff\iiU. Arff., a fc*i lab. Iwlvaai 

6. H'ulJrr, Suti., ll barVf aud in tHueT 
3 cinqnclinU arg. 

7. Snto», Ax.. 1 dtevroDcli betwean 
dmnlkiaor, S, 1. 

8. yont^xxt, Krm^ a crow m^. fQ. 
0. Omedot, Gtu, 3 cieaccnta arSa 

la StrU, Fw pdf , or, sab. 


Corresjionilmee of Stflvatuu TTrBan. 


11. • lUrr; nPS. or. eo. 

12. A3., 3 ciuqvefbiU anniBDi*, 


15. ^^ A^, 3 ncnllopa or, S, 1. 

11. Q(art«rlr ^ fc» ImlwitMl, 

or m. 

16. — IV1» or firar, or, an., on TtM 
go, 3 tniiUeU trf(, 

16. Qmrttiiy, ga., or. • bead nry. 

17. At;., a (em twtwwn 3 boon pMft 

16. Vrrt, a cherron between 3 roM» 

S anil 3, Each Barlrr on\j. 

4. Barlee, i<iip. ^r/c. Per palc^ or, wb, 

6. Btti-i^^ imp. Ut^neji. 

III. A tnonttineiit to Maryaret, lUu^li- 
t«r nf f/frin;* O/.nrr. Ksf., of tlrwit Wil- 
kmliiuu, CO. CanilK., nntl flriit wif« of 
Mvyitet Barlet, £»]., llJ53. 

Mari*e, (JuarUirlj of IH, u befiirc, with 

IV. A iDomttiwat to itifiy, iimghUx vt 
Xdmmmi nmfr, OtMt.. of WaliUn. uh] 
■econd wlfii n^ Jtaifnrt Sarlrr, £*y.,l(M8. 
Strita ffiilj-, imp. Tuner, An.. <m » Am ei>y. 
hxtvrfiit 2 luill-rliiiub or • lion ^hm. gu., 
■nd two ctimU, I, Baritt; 2. ZWmw, 
A UoQ pvM. yuan] gn. 

V. A motminrnt tA tfitynen Bttrlft, 
E*^.. IGdti. Bixl iVurnit till Itiinl w'.ri-, 
dkiwhtn- or H'lY/fOw SidJlrtttrm, £*q.; 
BwM ud cmt, imp. Kiddt*»dem, Arg^., 
a chCTToa bdwecii 3 croMli-tn titcUiV Mb, 

VI. A luoituiacBt to JfJiH Sfr/Amuom^ 
oT Hiuitou. CO. Ckmba., K>c|., aud ^wu 
his will', danglitcr and ro holr of U*Mr^ 
Pattern. Ofnt., of CU».Tit3g, 17H. Sli- 
jiitrntan, <iii., on liriwl wy. 3 Icvpirdf' 
fwu vrrl ; nrioiit, Pattrn^ As., k qiMlrif- 
foil or Mvrnu 3 umcniU ot^. Crual, ■ 
lecjnrd'k toad vrwi'il nrKBnnL vurt. 

VII. A Hal At'Wf lo Sifhurd Gott/rft, 
Uml^ ItiXii ■ wratUi witb fuur LsviIl*' 

VIIL A flat rtuu !■ aiUi-m J**yU. 

Ot^l.. 1711, A fua iMwo I ',]>• 

pant. Owt, • iiontr't bmi ' iitl, 

and brtdluL 

J3L A lUl Mom to tTUIifm Amjmi. 
J&V- 1077, Arg., •» rfmi' -..8 

pWu' l«wl« cnun) nb. i< !.•■■ 

«dtoiMi)rtli«a«Mihnp. (ii.r -«. ...•'..,oa 
rliprtan ifif. |[ti. 3 n^lnfia arg. Ct«at. 
inat'fl hcMl «ra*nL 

'X. Two Nat <t4»(* to mralxn of Iba 
JVeoKi* bmiljr, aach witU tbe anus and 

XI. Ttarw flat ttaoia to Ui« clitaHtniTd, 
cacb witb the arnu nf MaHim, Puy tit 
ais. or ai., on cbtof giu. S muikta or. 
CrMt, a laouiitaht rat piM. firopnr. 

Go a balebflx-iit, Ar^.. » ban pL. in 
cidaf 3 trofinla tUpt sdIi. ; a lionter nz-, 
aem^ of uuiku artr. ; LiDpalinic Or. • f^ 
dw. vnt h«t«(ten ii liim pas. hi dtkf pi. 
ami Uirpn torlvaux in Itnte, 2, 1. Creal, 
an anti «.>tuti<wMl l» aroiwiir. lu band pro- 
pa- a atar of u\ rajv or. 

ArdML— An tut«reathir littlo chnnh, 
cnof-arm, wtLlwut nnln, and a wertafi 
tower. Is Lho ehhtiMl are aouc euriooa 
aaHjr Dc«>t«t«I renuiiua. 

1. On an BUur-t(i(iil> ill Uiu diuuTel arv 
bnuaca t(i Tiamat T^tvw/io*, JTff , and 
A»»e bi* wifv. 1607, witb tlwae aaua on 
t» I) bruiu vliifld* ! — 

1. Thomyroa, Pur Ti'sk, uit., nb., a floB 

embanlinl iNninicr tml' !»• 

twocn 3 fulcnaa v^a-o, M niimtcs- 


S. ^ii£raa)rr.Qu.,oaa1>a!Dd betmm 

twg cib^ud'tnl* tag- 3 HaBa* ftcca 


X. Ou a lar^ tumnmml afainrt tli* 

out uall of \he chanc4-l to 7'Avmiu 

jUr ",, of Uttliburj, at. 

Clir^' )lia amu and cn>l 

of J/i...-..v —■■[]*. 

n'i«h* Soaamt Jtnitvry, 
Jwn* »0. ia&6. 



-ma . 



. .'^is "-.f runri 

]8:>8.] Bordeaux Armour. — iMord'a Lire* vf St.Edteard. 


IwT. Ml Amlifcui (iriter iBMitioned wHb 
^UK ihr nvnrdx r>r BonlMUi*. 

In 13117, llic Illnrk IVinrv, liarlnff Mb 

KMwd \.\k nti*e ur [>(in I'cdro tlie Ciari, 
i|C of (^iUa [irciukrM fnr w«r by 
«rd«riti)f « f^ttat (|tijiiitil]r or umt* to b* 
^jnatla at Bordwux ;— 

" AilM^M ««4mc* i Bnrdsiut 
r«rm mtea n txrtrMU. 
ColtK ■!• fim •! bwipMrttH, 

CI(7T«t^ bMliM rt (aatBrnw*." 

TTm n-odnr* of FrnJMul'a - CbronIr)««*' 

tUt vn-y frci|ii«ntly ti|>on mratlm) of 

aniM tif tli^ It-inlouui aMnaim>.-ton>-. Tliaa 

tliu (-i>oiJ ('iii:<>n of Cfaimny mhibile the 

«i-t(V« lu Uw oonbat of Thirty omml 

I vlth dbort awanlii of thin iIcM.Ti|ition, 

L Bnkdcy HkI'I'I'S >v~<tli > BonlMnx tword, 
[■■ IwnDo ct l(>(;i>rfi bi mide ttBM *." He 
lM|mlU Af •burjKDed ipeiin <tt BontUBUX 
yroB*; uf wMn ItgiRk«<ti Eroiu. tbnrp, 
will rultini; u a ruor; aDiI of 
. for^ml in t)iU Iohii. " Joiit le tiiit- 
' wtwl li Bspre ct u dur qii« |ilii« no 

f|)QITCdtS.~ At List. Cuvfl'kT pVM to KB 
iUD fttirli n Olio "i^ni iixnitt cbicT II 

eotut*^." At tlic wnuiviirvl) UierowaBJn 
NnvarM OM TVriB dm Iknlcaux. " uia««ra 
«lt (h«T diaotiGsL" Tu coro^ilctfi Ui« 
cnuiDpnition of the umn tiiaiiura<.-Liu'«d ab 
B^ndoaiii. wr luiwt rrfrr to tti« niciitkxi 
nf viM'h damnra in a curiMB bttDail by 
Botiifihe iJcKluunfM, /Jc la Uaitdkiim 
sur eiemia qui rrqitrrrnt a Jakm Atyit*a\ 
puUblicd by tlw tare M. Crupi-tL't, uitl 
Uk tb» portrait of a kniffht in an (ilit l'ti» 
TCn^l ivmNiicc, wbo !■ n-[irrM!ntC<l wcAr* 
iii(r ■'»iirw "jui o«t do Ilnrd«l'," 

^^ll«lt bc<viM of this BianiiractorY I 
cannot t^-ll at (i)r»r>il. \«A it i* i>ut alto- 
Ki-Lhur iiujioaailiU tbat iininfl iiifinnuitioo 
Ml till- Milrjcrl may be pmaTtl) ift tlw 
Art^irtM d^furtnufm/alea.orm ibr lawm 
uiuniiDrtil*rMJui. On Ibv Mter udr^ luma 
otber nolicM tmut oeott io tbv aid Eb^> 
llah records. It would b» deaiivhle tA 
ntakr all of tbetn kncHm, In mdtr to 
nuiblo HitDo one to inosMv Ui« luitotiod 
li){lit wr potwmi Ml tbc amif, araiovr, anil 
uiililary lungM of Iho (biirCn^tli uealWT. 
I am, &€. 



Mb. rRruv,— My ati«iitinii ba* Iivnn 
" ~ toaUtcriirSI.UIcbtilia tlu>(lsx< 
Lma.o'a UiaAinnf. for tbU nti^iith. In 
lUcb cvrtala paaaagcc in th« traiulatMii 
tnry at tbe rccnoitly |MbIi>licd 
I rcDiti -■ I.iff uf Bdwatil tbc ConfMaur" 
t-viiiti'd out lu iiioimKt. Ttiur aunw 
ja»ii(iv nil), I fit'l cMiMent, «How um 
a (Vv wcinU in np^. 
It tlurc arc vrron to lay bock I can 

k bf».a*j4,(iiM4*dbrM>kkari.]|l.<rfIlwlBl- 

Mrt*i Utoai* ti pan^ A. r. »«. t<h, ibt. Ka. 


_ BlMk rrlMc: aa UMovteal Pmoi, 

t» Ftiivli. bj- ChaaikH tlnaid : *iih a 

lea br tlw Xc', Ucarr *>«U- 

1-4 Ibr tbc tUiilmntbr Club. 

', 8lulM»(ar> 1-rcM. 1M3." 

. lou. • ;,,iju, 

, lUt. cUu. tit. I lUll. of tkt /WM. 
. IM, tol. I. TbMDaa Jvaaca. •dL 
,0f tli> ll» tiBllnDor liiatniula- 
I'l CanaUcHa, ctyrw w 
laalbui. ■' itIhi ta KBDrral u 
rt-lallnc tviffj traltaMUoA. 
1 an McKini o( ihl* vxtraur- 
. __ Ttic la« kt Ikal iMh aa 

at ta lu b* tMad IB a maaacrttiii wad» mm 
Iqr (M Ut» M. RukM. th* hat f41ut of 
nu, cAap. atiU. ua. tlM. p. IH. Ml. L 
> IlML. l:t. cU ckaa. ^U. ana. IMl, igt. U. p. 

( tji U r'lap. > ina. U7T (lul. B, b, 1 (nLI); 
i*ap. La.aan. IM^ p.M;, aoLl. CL«tea.ahr. 
Mn. LUa, p. «W, cnl. 1. 

GOT, Mju. Vol, CX7V. 

rcadiljr 1wl)<va— and nwi tbanldU rfwU 
I be if any onu, compvlcnt to the tauli, 
olll poiitt ttufui out. npocaally If it be 
d&nc IB a kind ^ihHl Tbc ruiKludiiig 
avDt«uc« of tiiy |trerai'«. 1 tbink.aufflciunlly 
»pm*M my rNlinirx mi tKia |>iiint- lint 
M. Hicbe) m^ OTttlcnilj not v^w Uii> book 
ttacif, and tbi» Biaiiagcx tn n>iKrl'|m^>mt 
Ills «litar ill tiiurv titan vnc iiuliuin-. Nnr 
do I ihiuk tlnit ilia attudi (.-owe* with a 
Tcry good i^race fr«an one wbo Imu tried 
ItiB uwii kanl (not at VaitalatiBK. Iwt) at 
tdlUiig a iiniall i<ort'wi of tbl* vvry pocn 
with H&rli Tcry ill nifcua u U. UUJtd, 
wbn, ill tbe abort 4-xtr«<-t ti« haa giren in 
hia CAfXHUfKM Jmglo-yormamd»t, voU J. 
(Hwomi, 18S6>) ba* made thirtMui taislakea 
in the eoitrac of 1S7 Un« '. A* to what lie 
ar hia rcaden oiMild have tliuaglit th* 
uueutiiiir of"* 

*-M par «abdr«tr man ittM," ip. llti L «,) 
(1. 4,611 in lay tidition,) to ha, 1 ciimDt 
<nro coqJHtani. liut to come to my nw n 
atipfnad Uundeot. U. Micbvl fiiHli Intdt 
wiUi twn wotdi is my gloMary — ui«<rpn 

■ ramtfwr rir Jtrr(rai»4 da OaatrMa, aiA- 
li>>k<4 la Vb* (WlMlia* /( JtacMamfo faMMf «ar 
rmiii4ww 4a y^mmew, >. H.OIT ; Vol. L p. OX. 

• INm. « Ja<. dti JMm <b A'aawra, nO. L 

' AiMw asrab* H AHbrifMt. to, A l>aria, 
IH>. Kv*. pp. ISl, 139. 

■ atria *t JmmUmi. p. 9U. Hf. ■■ CI. p. HI, 


Correxpundence of Syhanux Urban. 


nnd toldirf. Th* UlU-r. hi> wijit, «n» coliicd 
bj tlu learned eompiUT*, •ml kJndly t#ll« 
DM Ihttt UiUr is tho tmc infiiiitiTe. HhiI 
H. H1oh«l IixikMl intii tiiv IhmIi 'i\»e\f, ho 
wvuld liftTC ftroiii) Hint I li»we givpn twm 
OtlwT fnrnn* tor HiarivM. vit morion Mid 
Mitnrn, nil ot'wliicli oecur iu the porni; ftad 
thul fvh'r U k1*o In Ito pl»pu in th« glcw. 
fluj. ^^'hy I liaVB ini«rtc<l mai'rvm is for 
n nwon wlildt M. Mii-hi^l iincn lb<»^rllt 
ntlafliciorr; nnmi'lt', " hecnuaii I fuuod it 
in the MW." (wWvii now liu lidWe me). 
(Slice tb« Jilrmiirinl Indii, p. 144^ to 
" ChnrlmiiigiH', "n AiiH'o-Niiriiifin [lOrin," 
publinlu.'d by FnuiciMiue Mifln-l. l.tmilim ! 
1836.J Anil lie in»y find iwv^teI olliw 
forma of tli'w «ord if Iw- -rill lo"k inCo 
Du t'aini>"'9 l^itroii nntlrr tUi? word fim- 
feH*. Af to f<^drr. I rwUj imi Kurpriiwd 
mt M. Mii'lti'l'* tgt)araii4T ; )ii><I lu: u[Kiied 
Boqaiif'jrt'it Olo^mr*.\w in\(c''l li*^^ funnd 
tb« following lEuOwiM of thin word: — 

■■ Jc pul* eanrmMM tl iiwldrf 
0» neuwpartBuls Pr»iM itili!i»." 

Aitd it !■ (liven % BnrKuy, Hentcliel, ■»<!, 
I bditsip'p, »U the couipilen of dicliounriiM 
of tliLi lkiiKUH|;(^. I \\w*v Kiven all the 
tttnti* rif the iiiflnitiv4> flrmn mhich t4<ri>eB 
■re ilorivird wlikli ixKiir in tlw poem — M' 
dff M)>l fii/itr. na well u toiir. 

Am to llif Iwti {Ki»a|(rN in which I am 
aocntvd of raUlnuifUtnig, I readily con* 

fern my miKbtlic in the word eMl*r, whidi 
mitan* " nround," (ft wani nUo in tba 
aliNMry) ; but M. MiolH-l niaiiaK«« to blnn- 
AtT ertn wane ihtta I hav« done, <iniB« i* 
•1 liiist It patMh venion). wrUcn be uya 
that tur '' LeT« lueant " turn." Aa lo tha 
other, — ^m 

'* li fOndammt !•• parfnn^'* ^^B 

ttioai^h tlu) tmnilatiou i;iv«n by Kf. Mi- 
chel lit tpecloua tt flnt aiglit, I doubt vrry 
murli wb^hcr it u the triMi one. H. Mi- 
ehcl, |ii'r1mp», is nat a<r(tK thnt r ma; be » 
fomi of »ri, ttiDUgh 1 bi!linv« n<it « eom-^^ 
iiioti on*. AJiutliLT iiiKtuucti may be WIH^H 
ill tbc jm^rn by n-fcrring ta the k'^''''*'7*'^^b 

One word in wiiitlmioii. Tlie ohwi^ctmr 
of an cdltvr'ii votV In tncb a book na tnln« 
«m be d^ermined only by thoM who tAl(« 
the trouble of rvad'tti^ it (-arvfiilly Chroujrii. 
If Ruy one wiU di> tints (in the way, for 
In<taii«e, of yonr nviewi-r in tbc Junn 
nnmbvr, to wciom I am iii<li>bU*l fiir uttv- 
ral ■u^rp.itioii* wbicli will be of pvnl 
ralne if over an opnortniiityoObni of mak- 
inK iiai! of thmi,) I ■linll must gladly re- 
ceive bin viTiliet- Aiitl, to one tb-e worda 
of Dr. ilaitlAnd. itMlri mttiarit ulroqut, 
ereu " if the matUr la to Ix decided V * 
raiuni dip. It ahonlil at leaat bo imd« In. 
tbe autbor'a own work." — I &in, &v., 
2ViM»fjr IhUfS'' Comii-wTj*, 
July i). i»&a. 


Hk. Vrkax, — Tliv old Xortnan Ian- 
(time ti aliDoot forjiolten, raueuibcred 
only in <mr r>M (lii'tiimani-n. and In our 
bw Fivnpfa. dli-tiiniarim, but it ia upollirtl 
in oar Cbaiicii;! Itkiidi, i^iii] In tho re- 
mainder of the old ilnobr of Normandy, in 
mort! or U'u |>urity, but in fn*t. ful1ii>g into 
diauMi.' bcTon) the jiivvnillng Kiigliuli and 

I wTOtn thp folliiwin^, which wnsliinillr 
iunttod in tW "Omiet" aud "Star* 
QnemM^ ptpor^ in March lut : In tliia 
1 waa aauM«d 1>y Muna. Metivisr. of 
OniTiuK'}'. "ihI I wan t;liul lo find that b* 
had pnbliabed on the old Normui lan> 
gnnRK aa qioken in (ioemKey. 

Tlu) fuUowing ia what I wratai:— 

-Te raa EiMToa or ran 0>MtT.— Tbt lan- 
^mgii nf ancient and toful raaraben al Ihc Bri- 

■ D« adda, that IT tliat* ba aa* ndnahi-i ■■ >• 
mi aanautitd b«br* Ut.lmti^^' 
laikaarapWrB'' Ona mail tt^af 
' ill alfivBBOM tn * (orctiMC S^^ 
gatf ; IhI iha abor* U a ~ 
M toe aon) *■ oala." a* ha ' 
Mdrw U t« W fouad la mar 

HaL Crown, thir riiannrl Iiland*. b nlunbV In 
naof rr«pM«,n«liU ibenti<vrth«oid>(imiut 

lanjninm. whlrli it >llll iirnrrinl III Ita (lurly In 
mrac retirtd dumrU; Mil Hit bingantr atxbttt 
in iulrmiiinl witli llir fAii ai]-!! iiiuilnn Kiiiiliili, 
and urtlb that odd initliin.' iil lliai piiiuilt nf niaiiy 
rihintrir*, /, iit^o /Vtin^ai, ntlnHlril Uj tlir «cit- 
iunnir mra an-i Ihv Htlii-rmtn rnnrh tnrt End- 
jbh'i in Ehr ''lianiirl 1» llirre nut a urt 
u( anllquiirti vhuwimiil larm a (nn>ini(tr« Ici 
rcillMTt till* tliifulnr laniitiatrr, alillr it cnn ba 
toLWUtl, (at it U hut weartnt awar ! TUa U a 
hhit -which wn hopn will te iBkMi mr oar aatl- 
quariM r*rba|w tb* rxcdleut MliA «f Jeney 
>od Gurmas; vuuldl be prnnil<litH, aiiit «lt^ tha 
dean and tltrty nnd CUr attorotj and wUdtor- 
fMiPtal, would Ibrn a Mnndxuo on tbi* oa* 

" 3f«<« .VneiBftoa, £«atf«a, 
" Jforr* IJ.- 

Moiw. Mvlivier'a bool: i* a vwrioa 
luRM) : it t« In 12ina. t tba fonowing ia ita 
t*tl« :— " Primca GiMniaaiaea imr nn Ckta 
Ian. Kx dtalectu vid' huutananitii nmn 
■"tiwUntlaiQ Ft colltgi antiqnatuw aun 
I ,_ v-i - SiinjiVin, 



It y roin|i>iH«) nr • iiunib«r of uiu-ntlvn 
la tike luncmagu ; thujr uv ■Lrgo^y Ulw- 
tnttin ot th» awiROim And oMovm at tbo 
ptoplo : wmI tu Him !• mIiImI muiy carioiM 
mmI ^naiiit ai)|:nTin(;i wortlijr uT ntlcti- 
tion. Tltero IJi *t*o a GIomu? of Utty 


T» bW» %d Eivl>*h traoiklion of ono 
if UiMitiamtlvMHiiil raimirbi^ tnuia- 
1 by » fi»ir Xiiriukn Wy ; — 



Ok vtel ■ BObe In rvniBMfeitrMt. 
Ob «lut lii»imuu(m( 1 hMr ; 
mMltar **'n> •UrBt «( «iM>|iUi*, 
Hwr'tl •mm dnHroT Mr bmi of nu. 

In imr ula UishnI dark itarTM - 

lIV nil irt'T - Uirj'Ve UlRkUtied mt, 

AM 111 kll nwLiiK lit Uir fhau*. 

" Wbnr tBfi I sn. I asil tiiy IWaih 
H;r«l. ■nil Ihe f«'l ofmjr i^odit 
Tkmj inixt bMlml kai* haarb at atiMie, 

Tii mm tM oMt wf our loar«. 

Uj |i»or nlil artfhlmur*. mM shat «■;, 

Tbr pow miDi ■utaiil to tW rilk. 

Bkbpr we'd hf If «• wore all 

Ik Mr. llnnuufB (mtOm^raand. 

"I*-. I . tivllr l«Ui«r»ot; 

»■' ' Mr. Ct«l>Ui. 

Ufr < irlNinir*, 

Ao4 UlLtl U IKMlf «l lU twi. 

Ood kn«w« llial AIM I ttonV U vtlk. 
It'* mIiIobi I't* liul * good bMt: 
OfiMdudbwl I'Titudnrthv*: 
Majr paniUw be oar mM. 

••Oh'. IT mt ft>r*ftllMn cuald took down 
Fmoi nn tiiah. »nil tt (Iw enune of llfrl 
Koilitnic *til r«BiUi : Mp«« dm mck^ 
Sble anil »atsv<4. all auwl f«. 
WIcKvd IhcT ar*, uid to Im ■kn if <■« th^ 

OB : 
I would wMh pUaMirc htn ft** Hum. 
Miwl bM «*— milk iBBn I ouucb— 
ScvaU mr Jenaalts I 

•• TU hM. Pridf «0M Iwlon ■ Ml. — 
T*«i and wa'to Bwd* to lp«) It i 
Bt p1w«4 0* •«, 'Ik all Uw auM. 
0«lilli"n*tt, fou'it ham nimt iMagn 
To a pM>r old or«ai«r« lUe ne : 
l>r«> out IB* paoi Bmk ; 
WhPtt I ooul't. ftMD Ibr tliUd «iory— 
Willi my naighboun ipaak asA tUaka tiaMda. 

" FatbtT and nMitliw taan llrnj h*r«, 
K«uii iMIr laup. and krpt iktli kooNh 
AMi uMtUptM tbair nd«<mr ; 

la lUl RT bUlBH OH MfMr 
Mv «■■* Aana knl btr CbrMMaa>n«L 
WW* I fkTMl w«MI 1 WW* «MM. 
Tm tluu* a-ar that poM oU IUi«; 
At iMat M If » w«re Utt HanuMt 

"J. J-W. 

" jurat* JTm^H^M, 



Hb. Uftstv, — A MMBt pMngo «ue 
drawn allcation to Uw iMt, •ametiituat 
4nM R«d fmiovnUjr turjrutt'ii, tlnU ib« 
■Winrlali of tue dad *r« of *aliu to 
eOMTa M wi>]] >a tbe KUtM|unry awlcowitjr- 
UrtorUn. It )i«i nlao )m'u, liMliriiet^.tiw 
nninji I't npijaiiig lainfl wry flsgruat cm 
^ 1) Aod dtxtnxtion. Mr. C 11. 
I tb« irritor in tbo "UumiiiK 
l'<^t ' n.'io Ngn* bit lclt«r K. doMirvB iIm 
^'*«"^*i ImX of nalialiMriM uitlj, but nf »I1 
«lw inliMit Um ttMilJa bloud of Gn^Und 
for tbsir «<parar« of tli«H modem Van- 
dftU. irlwH* — 

■* Natfay Um abarwivt* afow mMW^ 

IMhatM iBtunimmta 

Cndaliv all, u all had n«*«r b(«a " 

I b«Ue*v, and I Ititiik I mxiUI prors, 
ibU tht Uottict of the aixtrpnth and 
••VMlt««Dth ranlurfaM did liw barm in tho 
w»v of dMtrvj|it|[ afjniklinil m<nn<.<riala 
Iban their taty influuli»l auMVMora of 
Out lt«M(i^an wra ami Um <.'htircU iw 
atorcn of mit irwn day. Manutcrlyi cwl- 
ImUom of tihitfth Dot« and our ««rli«r 
IteapaidiiaU wriUn d«no«utr>t« that 
iTMn rttrUantau tamA to ba ikmJuinl 
[r Bti)tlaad.tlwra«datAltiimati;<kahnrcli 
"> liilot* aariaa nf icpnlrliril nancriiUa 
v.:,ii ti |ia»* nut* <|ait« f«M«l awaj, or m 
)-'ii rrpraKninl bj a f^w uiuiiUlad Crag- 
u^.-iU. TlMttWilntroHi^muf thaaa r«< 
OorUi b ttill Ruiny tm 1« (>■» irdl kiwwtl to 

nqniro proof; tlto twtt -my to bindgr tfcb 
aacrilcfr« U tn mnlic u public an poainb]a 
all ouM Uul come bcooath nolitsa. Thnv 
ara f«w of Tom' readan trtw eovld twt add 
to tha tilt K. baa given. 

PkoUblf llwr lout wa netliod of di*. 
poaliti; cf an old tUme b to bury It ntidvr 
the flooring. Tliii haa bivn done in reoatit 
rrrtoratiana rery froqucnttr. 1 have htta 
told hj th« rnnmn nrho laid tba fl'ior, tliot 
tbD cbanoel of tbe cbnrcli of Fn>diii9b*m 
(m. Iiinmin) wa* entirclj' pated villi 
inaiiutn«nlal ilnla, manr, tu nam Ua own 
worda, "to old faabiooed. lliai tbo read- 
ing WW In black lettcn like an old Bihle i" 
all tlicav, excepting one, were Imried be- 
Death a m-w •tone floor. Ai Rotteaflrd, 
near Hrigv:. In the Mm* coDnty. almat tba 
frar 18^. a nnging-gallorr trai creeled 
m the Rortli traiiavpt, atid ulula werv re- 
nwvtd txvm variou* part* of titc ckurcb 
fiv the aupiHirla to real npon. ^Otne of 
tbeae are briwvud Ui he rerj uld. A ated 
beltaet wn at tbc taote line taken away 
hy aonie pcnon, by wlioni ia not known. 

Wlim iImt ]WT«ent chiircb at Urayin);* 
bom, n«ar Kirto^i-lH-Lltidary, wai bHilt, 
•oine lime duriu|; tbc liittcr part of the 
lad OMitnrjr, it mwun Itiat ovarnr Rieinorial 
of Rtwimt itmei waa awept away. Tbe 
prcMtii I'uiio.iif! iluM not occupy •<■ nimb 
groatvl ■■ it* pmleceaKW, ao Uiat pnilably 
tbs chBnos) floor b yet to t» ftwiMl uudiw 

'"■■-^■ — 


Correspondeitct t/ Syhamu Urlttm. 


Ibe ipvca turf «f Uw (■hurcht'aid. In 
(liicfrin; » (CTKve when tlte old gIiiib«cI 
atooA. B klAb in nemory uf one of tlvs 
PWIcwyi naa foiuul ; modi motilatcd, it 
ii trna, uut. rtill legiblii. 1 wu toUl by ua 
InhabiUat ol' Uu> rillK^ ttut portioM of 
OtbiT nlotin WOTV jiBrtially laid harv. 

WTieti tbi- M cbuplrr-howv nt I>urb«in ' 
WW dMtnnred* HrmU inwriptiaiH were 
foaad t^bi&ug to tb« ewljr prion; thne 
were nil bwWd wider tl*e ouw floor, not 
«ren oopdea bdng ukea^ WitlUn the 
but three or fow jruin tbe autboriliea of 
tb» nun* oithednl bav* nntOBtAd mo oT 
thfl Aaat piaou of Buntinmtal aealirtitro 
mtier tltcir cam, hy cntting • graorc aixl 
imertinii ^la« tlivrrin toproventiidrangbt 
In (h« cboir. 

Scpukhral ett^« atg k frcqiuntlT r«- 
nurvnl IVan their prajwr rMtiuiciilacia 
fttxl wed as tn^nten omnmriit*, that no 
oiMi m inrpnaed to Bad Uunii in *Twh ntn- 
•linnit. Hart)' emtt» ocrur to nx-. Th^if 
•mm, f<M- itwtaiKTr, In tho ;«ar ISA9, arirHi* 
fignrc. irith tli« hand* raiaod in pnyrr. to 
he Mva in Um yard *£ th« Jlrobanics' In- 
■tilulo at livvirAvy, About tbc nmo lima 
I remember •I'rtnff in a gar/iea at Win- 
Ivrton («L Um-ulo) turu effipca, a mule 
and a Aionle, u*ed to anpport a nin-dlaL 
Tlicni ia ■ very larg* It^an In mUltar; 
cwtamp in tho rmrt outiiHe th« Scar- 
bnniUKli MoMriun ; and about tan mm 

OK" itwrL- wan t(j 1« «Mm i tDUliut«I 

bnijrlitlif HiTorr wnUrd ia th* frwit of a 
h'juio in i'uiitcrraL-t. I do not mwmK.'r 
the namp of the atrwt — H ww *uBicwhvr« 
near (Iki owilo. 

We areln iLr !■: > 

wbiiti'ii'r rinnarrr ■ 



kwm m gentlnaan who otttT Uwland Um 
cnrntf of an a^JotalDff pariu thtm mac 
In|{ the K*ble erdMHA Ikon tbv rhcuph 
wlricli hi oflldatod, hr thw at iaJitu ti<r 
irilhli>gnlpm<M<l!n9«; ai>d I banvjanl 
■Mil cnan wbtn thr dtMtrarUoii of mwL 
dattimi rpuiaina Uh* *n-ini-d tii pr 
no* witirtty frum lifnonUKK*. 'Hi* fJiilow. 
ing an«nli>t» ii HitDewbat to t1u> 
At JItubr (ca UdwIb) tliere h In' tW , 
wDTth alaio « kw uwb of tbo kind called : 
fwnder'a «nb. and in tliia fertnorljr r«u^| 
a yny fliw •Unw «(B§:y of • pnoM.. Al 
Oieddlinic phurchtranlm ■nuin yu* wign'. 
rcnMn-^tl Ibia dgur« troin it* prapur itUco . 
into tbe rlianAil williin tlw niliuifs. ItJ 
WKi not, howorrr, dotiiinl tu mtiain bwij 
tburc, Air aonui tit i\w tirim-ipal ink 
tanta eompUined that tbetr fedlngs were 
«rmindad bjr kniwlii^ l«r<»« a (crama i 
luiaite when Hveg rwdvmlwmmitaloo i lu j 
Donseqanufv tbB tAgj wsa out into a dark ] 
4ttfiMT of thn brll-biiuM. I ww it tlwra] 
about Ibor iniintlH a^n, and cinMi-i|(MK-l 
tionod tho olvrk aboot il. Hv aatd 
Old Sainpaon (tfai* ia tbo pnpnlar nano 
toniw) im* an iduluLnuw ituac*'- ■'"' " 
were li-fl to liim " Itu jJioald brtul. 
with a litiMie baniiDL-r, and fling tli< 
tbe •tnwl ; >iat be re^'konod if b« did 
b« ihoold itct wTuniir. Oniat people 
■tare by fsch tiling* now. It w«ait 
wht-a be wm voiini;." I <siitinn«>d hlln < 
do notblnp of (he kind, but ahnld not I 
niriiriM>d. if trtn I riut that churdi atfitbi* 
to Had tJtat Olit HanipMn )■*■ diMpprarMljJ 
I bn*e hr*rx] Dial tbc <'oniMnl i>f tbaj 
Kod4-ty f'f AnllqaaHiHi havr <iihI>t n-«al<i 
itflutjini a •Hii.iiK! for oyU: .-* dt 

nKWI1l<ti<aiNll liM^ptioiM. r<< [ 

know RMjiiiitT' IImi tnutl- ' |iri««- 

irtf; n<«<c«iit* — Mnue rr< itli^ 

dally. K. r. I. :. r,>..V. 


*lk. ll i( in Kmsui' 

f^rrd I 

< Kmnru inn pout or m-illiCJ 
K-iiii if BIS wiu. aiTD ri»tA> 
. V a TO tuiA cunxin or ar. luw* 
.", xvn -til iHi iiiiiKa or iwi 

Kiill ill ev«k-ui.v i tuti itMt unraiii. Ik ^ 


The S/irvvtbwy Peerage. 



VMtlrotaml to liaro b«en rtali-a u ev Uck 
mUm vMr IS^. 

t «rtb tokv l>itK vjrpnriDnity of mvutloD- 
Wp UiU I havi! gn«t rcnwtn to (cur thut 
Im Itnrii nf thp vmrrnlila Iiiatf>ruin UhI 
■itiflMr]', tbe \Un\ Joltn Htr)-pr, hn» Iwn 
tetrajed iH>t wry luui xiitcr. Jtlrit. (i^- 
lainwauttfi, in Ur " Hialurr »f l>»'i,'* 
PHHX thai Ui ffiimuaieut, (LiiU<il 1737, 
WM npon the Boar of the dunMl ai Xmv 
IiKTbiB (.'hardi. Many of Llie niouiiiDvnl* 
■nu ■nmlrbnJ vUb* litivv Utvly btwn 
nB>'ivra rrvra tbur oriinniLl pMitkOiu — 
prabftbly aiMTiMilalit;— antl I Uliew tbiit 
mtvtrI WW lixt. uirJn'Hnii; thut of John 
Strypr. H«vtti|; lauls, in cvunpftny willi 
a irirtwl, ft omltal iufpcctioii of tlic wtiol« 

interior of Ibe t<lill<w. w«i wvtr obhIiIp to 
An<] Uw latUr, t)ioU];)i I ihm>l bv glut to 
Imhi Ihat wc hftTo oTfrloi.knl it. w iU 
ibilnuHiini irntiUI Iw uuL mtTi'ly a diit- 
KTKV iM tll« |j«riii|l. Dill) lo llit> nTUMV of 

EtMX, bat ■ iMtiniutL dU^nce. T)im' in 
« aDiBll tlooe In Uie wim of 11m *jutb 
«u>rHiii-<% iiiMiribed, 

joHy ti-nttfi, 



Bat thif is not « iBiirU»i>' invtiiariil. 
neiUMT l« it tlwt rsferrcH to by Mr*. Og- 
borap. — [ nin, &,K- K. 

DBracsuKO' or MovmurrAL vnaKOtiQH*. 


Xk Oasiiff,— Fiixliuvr myteir Bnuded 
■ifcTaiir lut In re&n'nM t<t th« orldaioe 
idnn baritec t)K Ooninilitiw uf Uic Himte 
of UottUao tin Shrvwilmry Pt-eng* Cmb, 
prrluin a Ihw wnnb on Uif iulnMt from 
HMD mil not h» out of jiliirp. [ wjui c«r- 
biltilv MirpriMd til nnil tli«t niy irviiloiice 
laae(iii)|{ Uui trilful ili-TucpiitMit of tbc in- 
■ription "n llw Dnnnacmtre taonniBcnt 
irw iMttfltUffvO by lli« SuTwitur-Qciwnil m 
only « m^r^tion. Ttie only Rmgestioa 
UmL foil fnu nMWMlbctiiaiinerin wbicli 
Uh mvm WW eflecl«(1. I n<><fT fur ■ 
nomait doubted, aor did I ogncviv« a 
Amlta. powiblf. thftt It wftt otbrnnM* than 
tntvalioful. If iiot n iriirul iinunre for a 
lortiouUr rad, wiMtotharhypotlwsiviaont 
Ktbbrtiwlly unoRta for It* jirru^nt wn- 
illtlan T I liiiTo lii-arJ mi ■mrggticm m'liat- 
wvr to ncctitit fiiT lli« iivrriptiun binnir 
trA^'--^ •■■ ■ r-vcl with llui MtrTaiv. nn- 
In. < l^lin on Ilii- up|KT ti-T)^ of 

tl>-' i i; l< far more mj'oim.-i.) to tbe 

•vUntil til liinr:, yf4 it ii qnite pcrfiKt, 
(lirw^li); "Mtl* 9 fvw t»vi«<«, wbicit do uot 
In . i' iHlr. Tlw Erg- 

&>! t of *Q much in- 

la r». . !• Ill i> III! Ml jini ,1 1 Icxl ntilittirin, ypt 

K nuiimC bq md wilbint tba >Lti4ly if 

l><r xhote fiunlliBr witli 

'. M|>crl«Md In iled- 

-in!. Smeral lett«n 

' . and not a «lui:lc 

■le but fur elie 

jn olMcorp ont- 

"Uoto. I^l any 

■ --rnirfl monu- 

'I iiry in not 

it «B* rc- 

! >an. Tlif ijiMM- 

< li>bi'lfauri>Ufjb1y 

In two v!*lt« to nromtcTovv I pniavd 
■hogwtbcr lu roTii:li u three days orer th« 
tnonuminil. Knidca d«rijil)«>rin|i iho In- 
Kription, 1 took an imcrcs^on »f it, wlilch 
to mj mind prcM>n tod «>nciw*ivc cridt-nrc 
not rnily of wil^l fnuurf, but of tho 
nmM by wbicb it wa* dTtKtnL Thcac 
iniaui* invt (Vrtniiily nich. or vay ilmilikr, 
lo wbiit I >ug)iTSlcil to tbu Cotninittm. 
Tlic nirhoe \m audi tnnHit aa would be 
mad* bj ahruina eaoaed by fMctton of ■ 
harder anr! mti|^<T material than tla* 
biati^r. Saiiililom- ««• tuoat lUcdy lo have 
been sBcit ; it would bo moat cfihctivc, and 
nnTjn*'''^ know* tiny proetM. 

T1)<i qii<^i<ni ilerirra gmtt itnportMiM 
in cntimn'tioii with tbe iirvaervatiori of our 
mnnnuKinta. [ bclic^'o aoiw but th(1w^ who 
ha«e loadn thivo inemuriula tlidr Mody 
hat c the »lij;htort eonocpttoD of tb« trbole- 
aule destruction that has taken iilnre from 
riLrioaa cauaea. No f&rtliur back IbaD tha 
btut ooronntlon, a larce itortlon of th« bnua 
of .Inhn Iliihop of Suhnan mu stob-n ont 
of fM«'an] tho OnnfcMor^ Cbanrl, ntid I 
bolirrr opvir noticed at a]1 imtjl I otllrd 
attention to it. Kvrn tlie conwrvaton. If 
tviM- r^n an call them, tJw) rcrgen, wcra 
iHit all mrqiwiiitod with tti« f»e% until I 
point i:d it out 1 oii*toldi»chenn"TdioaId 
hav« noticvd it. This in the Ablwy itaclf. 
the aliriDo of oar kiiigs. Who dmtroyoal 
tbr bMtiitirnI mnojiy orvr thn alii)»iit«r 
tnonnnicnt ff Jotm of Kltbam ? Not 1h« 
I^ritana. It i* pnsTnrrd in Dart't Ilia- 
tory. tu fact, I i|U)U) concur with one of 
yoar CTiiT»'«jyindi'nt«, tbat moio (l<-«lmf- 
tioo hmt been done duriiiig tlw ri^btmitb 
rcntury lliaii by the fanatir* uf tbc fH-ivti- 
t^mlh. I Kinld Hiion itwrll thn litt&lreudr 
f^vvD of tiHjtiuinciiti ii^unxl imii d««troyiM, 
if iRK'd be. IVrUaiu, Luwi;rer, one inlglit 


Huioricai and Jfttcellaneovi Reviewt. 


■llmlcbeftn t(i»d«tnictiaB 
oft eiiirfh,iiHmtmtmUandatt,a%QomnKi- 
dim. 1iiM'k«. [t wimld be lUi uwtrnctiTo 
kuomn U) noine p«niotci to paj it k rhiA. 
uxl nvmltu over tlw (ntsincnU <if alu- 
favUr tluU straw Ike doMkUtl diannL 
1 would Btftto in GOoduvoD. tliftl Mr. 


aiUitiom tb»t twd flMwpinl iutu. — i uu. Ju;^ 

J.O. Vr'AU-n. 

Jh/ji 13. ISM. 


GtteiirAtt ron Emjiand. By R£1]IH0U< 

pArLi. Vol. V. (UotU : t'ertlKW).— Of 

tbi^ valiiatito M-ri«« of HutoriM now In 

counw (if publicntion bj IVrtlica at Ootha, 

the " lUator; of Rngtaiwl" Mvna to be the 

nan detaJlftd, Knit )irrhii]M. i>ii thn wlwlci, 

the b««t. Tlie (tnt Lwn v»ianini, hj I^p- 

iwaberg, Indoded ■ vei^ Itwrougii Kcooant 

of the Aiielo-S«x<m period and «r the early 

Hflfiatn kinp^ tli«y Imre been tnuwUlM 

^Igr Thcir[i«, hihI aiv, or ougbt to be. In 

□vrnl OM*. Whea I^ppenbeiy found it 

SiupnttHiU lo procKil witb t1ii> work on 

[■cvannt of ftiUng hnOth, 1*11111! (fb.VT)aniblj- 

[iniown in Kn^Ionit bv bi> " I.ifc of Alfn-d 

lltb-i* C)r«at") utiilcrtiwic In rontinn* it, and 

llw liu uLraadv e«rTivil the •rork doini to 

b« dwtb of Henr7 VII. We bi^ Um 

tbok will be translated, {nrtlj- fronn ita 

ntrinsic morit, ■»■! parti/ bwrnue tlie 

'antbcv i* cnablvil to take a inorc impulbi] 

view tluin aeenui hitherto to bave bwn 

pontble for niijr Kngliilt irritnr. I'iie bin. 

iaty «f onr ominLn- kiu cbU adranta^ 

OTW thai of ether 'KtitYip<>iin ctativ, that 

UpeaMUCaaneprutiitv in itM>lf, lilu< that 

tof Rome in nm-ieitl tiij>e-t; the dirvelup. 

nt of the mniiLtation and the itrognwi 

P~<or the natkm hare been coiitinuona uod 

nfarulcen, whilst abroad the old free Teu- 

tenk eontljtutiou* everjrwiiere began to 

perinh at on enrtv eixx-h. and nar* of thu 

(Imdlieat lutnra recnrred ao often m to 

toake prvgnm, for Inug poioib, liniioeeiblc. 

Bvt tina uvunbi{^ earrim witb it nt Inat 

I «nc itiiiadvtint*)ce,— t bat our liUturiana ara 

|1o(> mnrJi itili<n^cd, oren lu ih« vttly 

Kta of tbe nuTilivT, to write of tbetn 
Ijr. In politics atid rWi|i:wn «e take 
[up Ui« pnrliiM of Cko ftfidiUe Agea, mid 
nh« tlior oaoMf onr own : we do not frel 
ttiat "Herulm ia twitbing t^ thciik^cT." 
Further, theM writ«r> naturally tako a 
nenJy ituubr Tiew ol* our iLisiifi ))ii~v 
r ^ not (V)«Di.'i-t il tiuffii.-iimU,i 
' Vt^ of IIhi C'lntiiwut J Ihr'ii ■•• 

of ChrialtfiMlom, n fonnloK uuu gnakt 
wbek. Iwa beeoaMi fltint. Aiul yrt th« 
facta oiatlo known of lute vwnra all tn»i] lo 
orirrerL thi« rrnir. Tlie revival itinl.v irf 
«rcJilUx:lurc hu thcwn tbe atinulliiaaily 

of tbe ciiaagea la Uotblc^ hen and on 
Contlnenl. to have beni of « wo ~ 
natar*, aliunst to be rcdcnnod loore 
inontbt tlian hy jeara. And again, oni 
pamtWe pliUoIogy hm iibewii tlui 
pojwilar idr* of tbe Nonnau UOtwjn 
bnviuK oiuanl tbn dottractioa of th 
Aniflu- Saxon laopiam >i<d lot 
n miied toogae, half EngUrii md bilf 
Fmw^h, waa erroncooa. Uivd HaroM beiea 
the vH'tor nt Huetiii)^ tlm Saoiu wunlit 
have gooi^ throngfa mncli the «mc cyd^ 
nf cbnitgiH*, though ptvliap* not ignil*! 
the nuie rzt«nl : ibv aniil-.y)* of Die 
Uinporarv changM in th^' <Iuikvt« of G< 
many and tin: Nr^-hi-rliuicU pnivea 
TIki rwolta of Uie Jnci|mine and r 
nati7, Hu! sroKth of tnc early fwl 
ogainat the Plt|j*cy, tbe ioflneni-e at t\ 
np«(7 itaelf, Iheae and tnanr otliir poir 
WW a renurlubto pwalliaitni bHw* 
oat owa and foreiga hirtor^r. A (i* 
is of ooune not ■> one>«ideil, and Dr. !^ul 
has bad. bautlea, tlw a(lvaiita|E« of n loni;' 
aeqnajntanec with Enclaod, and bei^ ablr 
to BUidr cnrchllir the docuuit-oUiry wioreea 
of the uiatory in llie Brttiab Mnscnra and 

Thii fl<1<h Tolunio coutaint the hia 
of the Aft«cQtb century, the tranmtis 

Ebd frotn tbe mtddlo acee Ut mo ' 
lory ; a tnnihkd time, and one j>c<ul>ar| 
perplexing to tbv hUtorian, aa all tr 
tinn pori<Mlii are. The ariit«nCH and [ 
of luiilnri.-«l jtuV'i^'^^ which baa dons i 
much to rlucidatw the furliinra of Oni 
out Route, bare been rarely nnjill«>d 
lU' <h^m hiilory, mora nnd; still to tfa 
of tliiKlundi iLud DO part of it reqnir 
a writer poaaewing the power of mticiaii 
e*id«aca tnore than tbe fifteenth (.votnr 
It is a ft-ntwry of prohlema fuc 
qritrcr; Uoracv Woliwlc't douU»| 
Iticliard HI. arr but a >'» <'• 
recora tlirmighnoL. Vta 
durvtl, 'It iltil Itc e'eai'i' ti Wl 

dill tli^ t'on-iiu rebel af^aiiMi 
Whv >l"l VVan»i.k unit the ■• 
f,- ■ ■ 

iillnill'l IT,.- ill," .n.n u>u 

not bdcn UMmnftilv ckwd bd hy 

t%itiatt M tet, iiKl lomi of tbein, 

. BTTtf orut. Tlt^ flft«<iiUi mttst7 

I •pvrlod of tr*iMit)im in Klmnrt vv«ry 

XI: Ui» age uf diivNirjr eamt* to «■ 
kimI wIwC have been cbUmI "tb* 

rf pjlicjf" brgin. PpuijiMrt, tbo 

_fchrtncfati or dilv«)ry, tiiiVli^iil; bmLo off 
nwrvtiira with ih« dnch of Riduu^ 
, — "Hin* Birliant dinl, and by nlinl 
DMiM^ I mold DM t«ll wrben 1 wrotv lliU 
F tfanmiclr i~ UKt hU Ust vards in a lament 
tlw fall of "thai nohic II<kim- nf Kit- 
J III." (Ititliir ■r<-liilL<rI uiv ]i«num 
tUc Iwt aU^' nf tlif PtriwuJiciUnr 
Tlu- l>uT,in citroiiirtfd re^de, and 
namtitis. tliuugh uf k nmuwliat 
IeImI, IwirU) to HppMT. Tlw w'ar of 

eptM, both in polltka and reliston, 
k Th« luontfcli/, uulwd, win thvir 
tax victory hi tb« mpfmalnn of the Im}- 
hmhi bot priatiDg. gnnpowdrr, Ihr <lu- 
wrmry ot\n.niia, the r^-vivnl of llu- (irvek 
liW|r''C". ■'>"i)t« a fpiiit of vnlvrpriM) Eiid 
swjtdrjr wblcb nottiing nn kwp under on; 
t«Ml«r- 111* liicUtflc^p of E[atn«, b^hljr 
bMwftrbl ilnring tW nrly part of tlw 
oMUc ■got, dnm la lU BBttiral cnnrlu- 
Am vilb lb« i^rowUi of itrang nation- 
tIMm cvwTwbtvv; til* man beg^na to 
ifarow od* IM loMliDg-ttris^ aa aadlal to 
tk rliHil. War ia bo lon^ the cnronntfr 
of kiii^lita K-bu hdiva taken the rowa of 
aUvalrc.Kiix.'ti-JiK'dbj tItoOiurcb; nvttber 
Bnilnl kiiiglit. nor tb« hmtii Kngliali 
■ndkny nui AmitA before tli« neit ■rtiUer]'. 
9o, tifpbi. the niY«t«rie* pcrftinni!d niKlvr 
AiMtlon of tbe Cborvli bcffin to bo ditfuwd. 
Mtd tlM genua of tl>« RliubetKui drnma 
b4{Iji to apptiar. In a nnntniary of (onw 
ftrljr pNgM Bt tbe vnd of tb« rwamo our 
MiUior DM fivcn a virry intorMttBB ilcotdt 
of tbn tiinn, tho niiatationa in tLu notoa 
biitiv nprckUj tlnkin;, abcwin; l)i« OB- 
tar« (/ the prriuil, in far h cbm, u bdnc 
ooe of tj«iu)tJDn. It haa bean nnnrkM 
of It that ii« irrltera ibvw tbeoaelvM 
qsltc sncnnarifiaa at Ibc coinlBg rcvnlu- 
tinn ill I1m> ui*(t nfp>, and it i> utiU inor* 
Lvurlona tliat thvy anr not <r(^l ar>,iu«nit<^l 
I'Wltli tbo diNmctvr uf tkir nut butor^; 
tluC. in fact. Iho tntddlv tgt* Bad Ibivottrn 
«1ial til*? thMnaalwavm wara; tbo fur- 
fgttlSilnMief oldBirehad uone npoa them 
IuAm ty tMr doth. 
I WhBl mjr be mlled tbe jupsbar no- 
' «ioa of Kn^lkh hlitory b«pin with ibe 
EXnlMtluui chn>nicler*. and niauy of 
I'tbfin ««(« coRtMjurTitlv vinhttlmed in 
I ttBi^r-dyine t^"^try by ^Itakaifmuv, asd 
j ibeir arv of eowtwe rBpeatol bv our hUtO- 
riana down to llnma mdaaWaly. tn fnd, 
ll«raa vmi voaUe to rnriat a food ftory. 
and nujr ai* tbo mytiu wbuil) ka ua 

nuulo lio m a b old irori* Mnon([ ua. The 
gnmt areptio gpj>Mn to bave tlie poiver 
of ewaDowiiiK evecytUnff wondaTul in 
bittnry. Who dno* not know how l-Mgar 
exlirpntvd tlw woIvm tbroufcb Gni^laild. 
tbongh llx-y nrt knowii to bAVc been not 
tincommondnwii to Kliiahrtb'a tiiiM^ .\nd 
nit about K>la«r and Rlfridn, tliou({h Wi]. 
iiain nf Mnlmatbur}- t^lti lU that tWM 
atorini mtiin out of ballada. himI wptc nuL 
hUcorical, ("IiifBUilui|UBa poet dioauima- 
tfiA rcqterwnmt catttitewa,") Avd bow 
Kdnard the yirat aMHMcred Um) Welalt 
bardag which vtractous hct. unknown to 
any contcmponrjr writer, rota no thu 
hiatory of ■ Wtlih fumiljr, written acTCnU 
(■•■nlUTim aflvnrnrdi. It ia liardly cmli* 
Ue tliui any uiie ahonld lUte wch an ereat 
&* n fact, with Ml oilier rcfMrenoe Is ita 
nipiKirl <nc«pl " Sir J. Wynoe, p^ 16." If 
WW compare Dr. Panli'a hlMory with that 
of llniue, «re ahatl ate at once tbe ^reat 
Bdranee mada during tbia century in )ii»> 
torlcal tact atA dbalminatiou. AU the 
detMla ia th4^ former HTf both fVillcr nod 
fkr UKirw eonwct : thua, ■• to the cauaa 
wby Die Pi-rrica rwollod n|[uinit Henry 
thi^' Foortb. Ilnnu' eonfounda llu; Barl 
of Mnrcli (wlin Tv;« n child niid n jwi- 
wniiT nt \Vliii|-.iir rt iili bit Hnol*. Sir 
Kdinunrt Mi-riuii-r, ;iiiil thicka tli* King 
had no ritcht to prevent the I'erciai from 
•llowin); IkiUKlaa and olhor mnineitt Hcot- 
tiil) prisoiifn to ranenm thomnlvn, 
though thi* wa* a oomnion pimtiee witli 
KJvard tho Third. I'uuli ahrvn^ from 
tlir prac««ilinE« of the Privy Council, tliat 
Hcnrv waa deeply In delit to tbe pCTcioa 
fur tlcfr MrrloM on tbe MarrhM, and 
viewed Uttle lalentiOD of dii^iarginn any 
of fail obllgstiona : tliia, and the rcfmsl to 
let them ranaon Morlimrr, H*m Ihr chief 
I nuawi. In the divTUHian of tbi- rlwrgua 
antBit Richard M. ti«^orc I'lrliaiuvutr 
llame AevfAtTt a (YiDpU- of ]>tt^'* to a 
■pr«ch of MiTkn, Hiiliufi uf Carlulc, in 
favtnir of tbv King. Tbu apuecb in a dla- 
courac on paadve obedieoee, ooninMod bf 
Uavwnnl in the tiaw of Jaam tbe ni«t, 
aua la of fiv lea) >-uItu> than any of tlia 
fl«titkn» apeechaa in I.ivr ; bnt Ilnne ha* 
mhJcA many fiirtber tou£hi« to it ! It ia 
nnfartonuUljr not tma that Hrury tli» 
FiAh ibttWM mafputniniily lo Judire Ooa- 
coif^iu^ fiir ha dluniawd Ulm from office 
4t oneo au bia accaadon ; and It onfbrtu- 
nately la true that H<'Dr>' tandahed hla 
fame Inr bia cruelty iu baujfinc hta primt- 
«ra before Montaraao, in oroin' to Bialm 
the govenior mrrcndifr tlw plaoh jtat ea 
tbe Bladi PriDce ttaitwd the doae of hla 
life by tbo mawOTl of LioKigv. Th« 
Scoleti faWtvrian, nf eoanv, giva tlw 
fonuer story, but dim nnl men^on thea« 


ffuioricttl and Miaceihncwui Rwiewt. 


two tuU, n'a wtUtngljr aHaw tlUt t^ 
tioB u) |4tsH»tor tlikD Uttorr. Afttr 
ttll. w« >n 10177 ""' *** beueve tlitt 
Eleanor Micktd tlw peuuti trcoa Utu 
wand of Ktlmni tlie Pint, tlmoi^i il 
m*j coiDf unljr Oota wi » CMtllbn bal> 
1m1 ; akJ luiUwy Rttrilwica ■ parllAl rare 
to lb* pb)r«lmii^ Bod w)ra tbe MTHini] 
Invke out agmn mia \m mora. Uiun^ 
in fittt, Mver tiKiuiiiDi-* criiiral^ into tin 
•ouruMi of lh» limUirr, «nd Ihrfv i> nrawm 
t4 tlMibt n Iidkcr be bnJ rcail tone of tha 
■Otbcn Hhuui he i|ikilui. Ni>Uiing *bi»«n 
■niiru clmrlv tlum tlii> tlte Kre«£ mpv- 
riwitjr i.f (iiHon wret Ikc Scotch wrium 
of llw tiin« : (lie few \»Bt» wideb Wbbon 
gin-* t» iIm- hintorv of tba Uaxons an itw 
rMBuuKbljr nxmt *alaat4i thua Hvaafy 
tliira of K vvlnDu. GibboD ihwc bail tlia 
Um of dniring »]> a rriiical •ecMial of 
Ibe BotliorHM* trhU-b be lijul lunl fiw bii 
libt«>T7, and U* nut baiinn; duou »u U a 
gTMt loH to iiB. Panli bda done tbU verf 
ntroAiltjr for RwglMli bWlory. An nypnv 
dU iM twinty-QTo pafrn lo tby vdUmm 
d UcM a w tbe autbov^tica Tor tke lUteentb 
ranlorj, whrtber faUociM or donmtuta. 
tkiaiv iif tbf poinut unNiiuod ara vary 
niriuu* I for InataDrt^ >• to (Im> eemiti*- 
mem ttt Ihv " Hulury a( Kdw«rd V. und 
Uirhanl III." atu-ilmlpil to Sir TIkiiuh 
Uurt-. Huma taainiaod 00 docanieiitwjr 
lrrHli-ii<.-P : lind hi« oanlcMuatt m Io valo- 
■bk Bulbgr)tM«i, M fTornkiiiK. Tbn* be 
tialy giwm, in a noUv a *UoH accutiiit of 
tba >iil4>tacigraplijr <>f Jbumm II., of tho 
a«nmL>bai>d adajriation of wliWh Mmwi- 
hj Imm bimW miJ) iiwr, wbik tb* oriipual 
baa jxrUbed. 

t'nrllMcr, l^titi in alaUiig tho fbcta tsaa* 
mlHwIa the idwa uf tbe dsum. wbcnaa 
Htnw gint lu nalbiBg bat cIghtMnlii- 
emlnry reBMtkitw va tbe oundud. of Idnga 
and priaata, and baa m> BoUoa vltbar of 
tli« EagHtli oooKilution, ur of tiw inSn- 
aww of ibe \At»t of the " llu)y Koman 
«!Bipirff" and tW ^^il_^ or the CTiurcb. 
Ho DtHild not ! '>)iiii)dri] Ifivaiiy 

Ku|;ll*li cbmi- if'i ou ifatiit); lij 

Uia jOBtit of til': <.(('r^iiiiii L>iii]-rmr, "Mnii* 
mr AagiwIiM," il-'vni 10 tbe end uf Kine 
Ji>|ii>\ r.--i.f.,— "friw* UiM liiUM fijrwtml 
oil I ^mll b(> adrr tbu rri)t(l iif 

till' 'iiiitlnnil, fur tbr <Tnipir« (B a 

■aimff fxm-aj het*." I-urd Ji>lm ftoMcU't 
■paerb at l(ri*li>1 -m th» •Imlt •/ tiiil-r* 

ir R. eUk swl 

•aiarta iJaU tlia mnatlldli'Xi 

III (lie ll.Il!<II« sk^^ " n'vii-iiil 

\-\ llml 


>• not 

UlMTtj, InL d*ni41«n, lb«l mat « OMT 

I ' . uliiMiriT* in thp good oaoaa, 

bl<^1 /M'U till aaj tniDotb, and 

I*a«li il niDrii 
Tww. Sir il . 

•'thi-ii 1 bimI wc laiicj liL- L*a mad*^ |^ 
(d' Kiii^bt'i "I'^rl'irial lliatnrj of 
htid," ity CraiL and Macflwlaiw. la 
Srar jiljMiriL ll« baa Wit bMn aMi% lu'i«<| 
fvar, to uar Uw irrmt fmbSaiUoiii ^r ttttt ] 
rcTiTod IW«rd (.'ouitoUaion. wlilcb aiilj 
uviu«l oiiniiui HiittMuciila to Kb<iL vaaj 
kucntii befora. Oiw uT Diriti tH^n m * 
(EcunlDe AnKlo-^tou v>cw or Oultrin aixl] 
JUraU rwMt Edward tba Cjiifcmii. t>Hr^ 
ordinary hwUn;. bei&e talua fton bari 
■Mmlafd auuroaa. *P>wa of Edwanl fiv 
givti^ Eari tJudwiiii tlw dcu ucvKiut 
■pealia of Uodwiu fon^tig Kilwnrd, 
aiid ruiti|auua tli« tonaa Lo DaTld and 
tlw kttvf to Saalt Anotl^r irivw a m- 
rkiua tiottro of Hnirjr Ui« Fourtb'a doatlu. 
bol. wbii^b wiKild luvc bild kcII ta nsuH:! 
"At Ui dculw M waa Tcpanei of Adl aad 
neti, Mrtela lorda Merad (L «. nrgod ) bia 
coofwBW, IKar John T^ll^ Uudor gf Ui- 
vinitjr. that Iw (boiiU indnoe ibo Kiof to 
it^Mit hita and do poiaBM Id ipocial for 
Ibroo tbinipt; ii«U! for tbu dentlt of King 
Kidianl: lb« uHmt for tbi; il«atb uPAn-b- 
lHib»|t KcTi>|wi tbtf Ibiid Av tba wnnyi 
lillt^ uf tlu.' ctoKB, AimI bia anawiv waa ' 
tfais: fur tbe two Brat pointa 1 wiwt* 
n»to tbe ]>opp tbv wry tratb uT lajr oon- 
M-iencT: and lio cent lot! a bull <*iib mIimh 
IntKM, aud paaanoo aanpml wfiii'b I luul 
fidilllMl- Aod aa M tba tliiid p-iiiit, it 'm - 
bard to itcC renicdy t fo* luj cbildrca « 111 > 
lujt unffur that Um ranaUi! pi Otit of oar . 

Oar uitlior CDapUu m bia prvfam of 
tba anUvM and dutmaa M * in I<oT^^ ■ 
bntng all bnMKbt l«s«tli«r and twami . 
■a fork ioBf dna tluaarill «!»• eoafii 
In tbo rt-tomnra^ and dlSmltjr In fiuduig 
atljr ifirtirular durumait. It la a fittj la 
!<■•« tbi! " will tvfvnfnr*'. m it ww» iMlkiwed 
Ljr tilBr, '<.'! 'I'tirrl Ivind.tioiiai,' DMid nvt • 

MUCK Uw ' ■ .- 1 1 ; Ti .,„„,. „^j,^ 

furtlKT, ■ ' -n, by hU 

oiiilDirfln ... -^I'li bla- 

lor^." Il<> ilia-' i'la« 

nf tl.r riri' ].i ■ ri)*d 

C'':] I ^ Uwuuiit uu4 1} Mjiaraia 
cdi'. : nt)} VrcU-orraur^l u^Mrml 

plavi, Itiii ntf it'duk tb-. < mil 

nut pn>vc tnucb of a pm ' 'tv, 

and ara ((lad U> ftot tbu ti' ~ - 
can. Tlw bUar of tlw itL. 
Utwdnnu, and i><»u« IlH" 

•talamoN IHYv ' >^>B( 

wtU bn BOBliglx . > of 


Curelmi's Syriac Ootpeh. 


wbat i* (lie rad Inalocv of Ki^jluid ; bbiI if 
Dr. Pknli due* not tiiniMlf trsDebt« Ua 
worii. w« truat Mr. Thorpe, or krm one 
al«^ «ill iVo K>, Mu) iiw<()rpcirat« anj (rah 
OHtirial that my be diarovorvd. 


fiU Of>wprU la Sfrkic, MAerlo untnovm 
M Ktiriqf. lfi*coi>*rmt,Kttilftt,aitd Tr^ima- 
talrd iv Wita-iku ["uakTOX, I>.[).. P.R.S., 
Hoa. b.D. <irthv rnivimiity ol lliai>;.d;c^ 
Cha|4i>iti in OMicMry Ui the ijui-m. KtxtiV 
of St. Har^nt'*, and Ckimki \>( VVntiuiD- 
•ter. (London: JohnNnrra;. 4U>. Piy- 
hre, wv. pp. t Ttaatlatian. 87 pfi. i SjrriK 
toi, 167 pp.) — Tb« tTMMtra whicb l>r. 
Tbttam brmpht Arov tha Niirian I.akv 
•n of ft very pacnitar kind. Tli« U6S. 
IhnnaelTca arc oT a *crf grf* antM|ailj, 
and Umj kavti a}r«wl<r rmUirod lu i« 
oae lp«t tratiM of ■ txlvlntvd auttior. 
T^a TAm^smii of EumUiu, after bdog 
ImI to tlw world U* about four(«BB cen- 
tnrifli. reappenrud In a forrign dma, and 
altliimtth iu valno ia Mmparativcly mnall, 
it ia atlll a Terr ramarkabia tnUaiKv of tha 
gaamuir in witich la*t trcMnm mmf bo 
finipd, and firea a» ha^ that truatiaM of 
■Biirc vmlue oiB* lianmer cmttt to light. 
With n-gatxl l'> Uie tntlntony ot Sjrrlac 
tniulatknt lo the genointMa of tti* re- 
OMdna «f aMtkinll; wWch we paiaaaa at 
WMHiit, thacv ariw aMwral i]Hatiaita to 
iliviDlntkio of irliiiJi a Ivttvr a<T(UMCiUinc« 
with tlicae MS?. U abanlntrly iiKmMty. 
Bt dqrT'Na wr mhall iHfninB tniirp familiar 
with tiM nauiiwr in <rbt<:b Svriao tmaa- 
laton tn«t the anlbon wImmh tb«y tnuu- 
latct wlwLhor Ibey altrld^e thein or curtail 
tb««B, aad wfaetbn- ihvj are Bawat« in 
UiA tnaiiation of thoae paaa^ vhleh 
thay do not abridare. I'nti) wa kiuir 
aouvtlutig in rt-gard to Xhrtm poinla, tbv 
taatioMDy of Sjriac tra ii alaliwia irill sl- 
■ajre rcnoln in a kind »t' litrniry iiaann- 
tilifl> And tre aiB ilinpused to litjr nniufa 
Mnaa «p«i tUt vD^iurr. for, ou tho iiiuAe, 
onr HB|icw«« ii by no iim«im fltroamble 
to thaw tmnalaUoua. llwra ar* cartaJnly 
tVOBB tboae which wg bara alivady oia- 
nbMngraiudi lur ^rrat nnliun. Tlivra 
ia a turl of laxity about titc rcndcrinfc 
which acrnu lo indtntt* a habit of niiM 
mttidy alien (Km «rUknl Mctmcy. Every 
ItoW imbticatloD, th ar efar a , ofSyrur wtirka, 
f nmaU a do«U« ndnntace. ll«*ida* lu 
own IntriMis vnhu, It cnance nt to jodge 
hetter of tho nntare of the UleraUira ba 
which it Wkiiigib For thia rMnn. tra 
Ml tha appouwca of amy ikw Syriac 
paUicntioB with deap intoiMti and wc 
BOW pcucaed Co pro Maao ncoouol of tbr 

Om. SLao. Vol. CCV. 


In th« Ant place, it ia a aplaiiAd toIoh^ 
na Ihr at oot mud app<«ranMa are oooMraed 
— a la^re quarto, npli udldly. (botiiih not 
ver^ aocnrat«'l} priiitviL Tlietypr/uundrd, 
wa baHenrth by I>r. Corvton's d'rcoliona, 
(aUhw Ibr ihia or for a fonoor work.) la 
adtnirahtr, and forma nn vxtMill^iit intro- 
diivtiuti lo tbo ron^ti^ of tbrcarSrr Syriao 
U^K.. a# it imiutc* the ffirm r£ tLa Ict- 
tm iu wliicb Ib^jr arwuriUtai. In Sjriac 
H$8 uf a lattT ihiM t)i« M|taiu« fono* be- 
l^n to niperacde tbe roanded IctUra, while 
at a atill latiT dat« a round aitd Bowing 
fiimi n>-appi]ian, lint with n vny dlfl«rant 
funn of ktlcT. The t^qiain forai may W 
M«n in ODO of Adlor'a |>lal«a. (rrpnbliah«d 
in Tycbaon'a .Blaaamfojr Bj^iafum,) i» 
whiob a fknlBlle of a paRV of the Jem- 
■alem venton of the New Teatament ia 
nDgraved. Tho lat«r aiid moro Bowina 
fcm ia toao to parTpctign in tho adondiq 
llS.of Ab<iMkrBge,inthv Bodleian Ubran: 
that rfiatmbloa ralher more nearly tM 
omal tbna at Syriac type ; bnt porbapa tbe 
Tlomati typea need In Aut-tnanl's SihUo- 
/An^d OrifufafU eiliibil a doaer confor- 
uitlj to the Uifiird MS.,and othara of the 
MBit! age. 

The vohnw eenriMa of tbe Syriac tot 
of porlion* i:f thf Guapeh^ ■ tnunhitipn 
of Uioc fratnnrata, aiid a preface ex* 
tending to 9S pngOi and cmnprUnf a 
conaidmblv nuiubi-r uf critical reanarka 
npofi Ihc Unt— both the t^rlae tot aixl 
tbe Oreck t«st— which It la sDppaard lo 

The M.S. itjirlf wa* bmuglit from the 
Nitrinu IjAv, aiid u-bvn Pr. Curvloii esa- 
mincd it be fbvud that It waa a perfect 
n>|>v uf the four Goipnli^ but that it waa 
Bia^ ap fr^xQ three dllftrent K^S., all of 
contlderahle antiqaity, with crrtaiii k-avca 
in*«rt«d lo fill up lonMatr. One of th«wi 
andcni MSS. appntred of (kr ifmlcr an* 
tiqnity than the othen. It waft, in fact. 
the principal US., and norliDna had been 
tnkco froin the other USS. to nipply ita 
deAdmciea. TUa pri&dpal US. waa of 
the ittth eentnt;. and It had baeo written 
withont any ntarka of thaOanona of Am. 
ncnio* or nny oIIkt diriatona. Th* other 
U^. were ol the nxtb and aerenth renta- 
rira, anil contoiiM'd relcTnucea to the CaaoiM 
of Amioimim, &c., at Ibc botlom uf each 

l)r. CuTvton Tety properly aeparated 
theae US8.,aBdplaelnKibei>lileMt porlioiv 
eonabUnK of about 80 leave*, (to whitb 
two nagea haira aabanincntly hetn added.) 
bt thr«w tha renabidar into a anppte. 
mcnlary Tolnme^ Tbaau two rolunea are 
boond in rtuaia, and ttma 14.481 and 
U.iSl • of tbi- Ad.L USS. of llie Dritiah 
Hoaewa. That marked li,4Al* cvotaiia 


Mhcellaneous Heviewa. 


tliir rviimina of tbe lUiaeut MS. of the flfUi 

Dr. Cureton hu printed loine clirouo* 
Ifl^li-Al notici^a runml ia the volitinc. Thrj 
nro iM I'ollnw:— 

'■OInrj III itit> Pittwr, and in llw Ana, uiil 1o 
tb* Hoi) tiluwt, ror n*r onil ctnr. Amen. la. 
(hvfMr lU3at IbvOlWrk'fA.O. Iltli, IhD bnoki 
bcloaKin)! \a Ibe tonTrat d( thf Chunk of I>el- 
para of th* SjriaK* mrtw iwpklml. In iha d*.^ oT 
tb« prtinil«<afl)re( tlif Coiuit a«i lord Jaha. and 
Bull.ibrbKiai>rUiDcaei«i>nt,iiiidoiu' Innt JiMvph 
Iht (levari). May God 1b Ok* Ditrer rrncl to 
th«in and (o nil tlia btMbf«ii • good n«>rd. 
TUdu <rlUi Mil jiu lit tiM MiomnrnMUd bi word 
OT !n il«nl. tan God vpu* thacn, mnA th* rlrjid 
b«l(-niraK to U*m. Uir«uff>i tb« ^nytrt ot tlu 
touihcr of Qnit, uid of all the uiDli conliikuiillj T 

Amen. WliMo mdctb la ibl* txrok, let faua 
piay fut tbe idnnrr vbo orate chi>," 

Tliu inacripUon ts fDund nil tb« InA 
leaf uf tbu book, wludi nlto cimtiuus aome 
VMM* of St, Lulcr'i (r.apel in tlie aiinie 
linnd. Wo mjipnM.' Dr. Curetoii itiMina 
IliHt tlieee vepite* were written to aupply 
ft d4^tld<■ncy (>\L*tiFi); at tliiit \\mt. 

(In thr'llnt p^ uf the l»9f af the 
volonic (H, 451*,) thv falluwing itiKrip- 
llcm ooenri in n mor^' mx-irnt tianil : — 

" Thli bociL bclmtfcd lu Ihr Monk lEnbibai *. 
whii |it**n]t«l It lo tbe bolj- convpM ol iliv 
Cttuivli «r Odpva, bdOTifiSK lu Ihr Hrrttn* In 
\h' ilpwn of )tn«a». Mar GchI, iilHiundinif In 
meriilf* and cniupoulnn. (or th<i Mk« of whuM 
^lo/l*vt(a liiEiw 1w< vt d|iftrl and E»T^ Ikk^* <|iirt- 
tuaL trewLirr, lorinvc Ctl* Mm, «nd [Bttlcia hli 
dcltr]ncl««, M>4 nuniVr lilm niuottit UU oin 
•lot In the itifotyive »r l-iln filriirl*, 
Ibrouih iMpniTQragfallUiFctRlrvf tb9 Hint*. 
Amrn. Aw'ft. 

" Bun oT ihp UTln« Oixl, >l th» hour ot Thy 
JadtnuDl tpMV lb« dnucr vho wnite thiiT" 

Tbia ii all th&t «e Imuti tram the in.' 
Kiiptions in \he volutriuof il> own buturj'. 
A]] biBiilm mutt bo Katliered from the 
cl>anict«r in wtiirh tbp MS. u irritton. 
and tlip other nurk* of antiqnitj wlticb 
it rxlubiU. U U probably of the fifth 
onniiiry. A fltaluiuu i« given of n por- 
tion of 8L Luke. The rcadf-n uf SyrUc 
will r«M>B:ni»P at otww the ijrwit niitiquitj 
of iUh tlJunu-tcr. Tlipy nwy toaipwe it 
wUh tbf iWirimilt given in ddliVs Hxaiiii> 
tuktiun of IliL* Syriac %'CTiiioiu, tub. i., whew 
a ■peciiuen la giviii of a MS, thu io- 
•cription of which >ut£i it to have b«Hii 
ftntahrd A.t>. ^48; wbiJ^ a lalvr Inicriptiun 
tcstilira tbat it wa* bound atpiiti in th« 
c(uir<-iii uf tho Deiporn. in the d«fc>rt of 
Sc*te. I.D. lOSI, Omr T«iden» «ill re- 
matk that thete Iwn ilSS., oim of whii^h 
ia in tbp Vatii>an and tho otbor in lh« 
Britiih Hufcum, both cani« frcco tbo 
aame dcMrt and IVom the aami! convMiL 
Tb« firat wiu brought, no tloiibt, bj Aa- 

• BaMt, we nikn- WIIctp, aot UaM^I. 
Thit na r«aiarlud U a* b* a l««(B«d foninar 
balm «• had atmibtM. 

■einani, to Rome, the other b} AKlid«ftco»> 
Tittaui, to London. 

We have now fully devrribed tho vo* 
lome, and we mnv be cxpwt^l to »y % 
fci'V wortU aa tn ita rrilical hiipDrtaiicc 
Wc dwin It* t«»linivi)y in rwiturd tu tha 
ong'inal Text of the Xo<v TiMaoient to be 
uitprl* in>i(,niiflnmt, altluHigli Dr. L'tiriv 
ton niMt vtrangflj fimriea thnc In St. 
Matthew the MS. wim tranilat«d from 
an ArantiMc nrigii>al '. We arc {irrMMlrd 
that tliii (iippcMwd Aratnnio ori^nal nvxrr 
csiktvd. and wv i>n) nulhinir whatvviT in 
tbt To I* fivbli- proof* an wbirh I>r. thiretou 
nitii hin belief The etiiiniiistiuu uf tba 
t«it foUowtsl bjr thl* MS. abews that, 
liko Um mniona etMoted in Syria, it ap- 
IMara to hare many peculiaritiea. which 
am found in tho older I^itin reraiona and 
in the Cwtf-r Briir. 

I'fau MS. nppnun to ui bo lodicnt* wither 
a Fuabilo with variatiuiis, or a vvraiua 
utiU'Ji ia ill i;r«at mMiuro the wme u 
that wliicb the PeabiUs aa now pTinfard, 
exhibit*, but In a different atn|i«. Ws 
mean to say. that tbe same vmloti la 
tho bn»ii of litis anil of the Peahito, but 
that tlii* MS rahihita a t^tb of that 
vrmiiFii which hail not rweir^ tho or- 
mrtiona which arc incorpomtcid tn ths 
I'l'shito, ulthuii)(h pcrhspa tho IratuiritHir 
may bnve ninde aunie of Iiia uwu. The 
1,-aria'iiiiis which it exliihita frrnn tb* toKt 
of tliL' l'<fihita aw very nutncrocia, r.g. in 
the fint chapter of St.)UtUiuw a uaiv. 
All collation indlcatea no lev Lhaii thirty 
nino variaticnii^ aome of them vary trifling, 
bnt othen ntbvr important i M>tn<?tiiuei 
a mere fopul*, or tha nn^unction dalath, 
taomittcd. Theaearevtry tntliiigchaagwj 
but aoineliiDcs tbit wbola Mpmaton b 
varied : na, for insUne^ In Matth. L, wher* 
" he lived purely with ha'' ia aitbatitnted 
far " be knew bvr not," Wn menUon thia 
aa nn inatanco of one claM ot varlnttoM 
which we find in thta MS. frant the P«> 
•bitfl, WV find alito tlial it fVe<:(uently 
nrua a diCTervnt form of thu aane SyrlM 
word, nnd ocatMonnlly. nithoat any gnat 
changu in the wurd, alt«n tlw turn of 
tbe at-iiteiiee. Now all ihoe ]x<raliiiritii<a 
rcnd'T the KS. valuable to any Syriae 
atiident who deairea to know iutimabrlv 
tbo biatory of the Puabito veraitMi. U 
aevnit to atnnd winewhal In tfai! mm* 
relaUon to tlie I'Mbito aa the Btahop^ 
Bible doee to our authcaiaad tranalatloi^ 
tboogh tbe nrlaUooa bftwwn tbo Syriw 
tnitMUtlana are nnikUy not ao grant aa ia 

V>'« haw now given nn loooont of tbil 
MS., which will anSWHeutly ahew ita im. 
partWKtt to Syrbc arbolan. and o«i thia 
aofount tr« are happy to offir our thnnkt 



rhi' Ballads 0/ .Scollimi/. 



ttt Dr. Can>ton fat Um uriatiince which 
Um publitmtian of ifati roloiiiv kflarcb to 
■Odl ttadlOL Wfi n^KKt that he hM 
■datd op witb liis Dntm m t-nrirljT of 

rtlnnft nv)*"lii>fl tbf origuul t«xt of 
OrM'k New tottamcBt. W« tisvo 
ao benUUon in esprvuin^ oar opinian 
thit Lbs tMttinMmy oo ttiif mbject !• of 
wt nftnav of rt«) imrortanoe, ftod wa 
ttd Mr« tiMtt, if Dr. Titrcton upMiiIa mora 
tfan* and Isbnur In mtUnjipting to <wU- 
lUib uiv duin of tiiu port »u tbo part 
of tbe MS. hn has nnw rdil«(l, hi* l&bdur 
ntwt avcuaariljr end in iIsmppoiDlineiil. 

TV BM»dt ^ Seotluitd. Kditcd hy 
W»i, KnUomcTOPKi ATTori*, n.(.'.h., 
Aotlior ■/ " L«j« of Um Hcottiab Cam. 
Ban* 2 vola. port 8ra. (BlAckwooduiJ 
Sana.) — Wli«ii we contidM' t)ie valao 
of tll« euljr Sratti«b laUad-purtrv, wiil 
tfav rtritr of tba ooUectioni, we can but 
mlranie the apppumnce of the two little 
nlantM which iMiw Im Wfore na: tlivv 
■n nwfljr printad, rattier dmp. and ad- 
^■■■d to the gHMnl iMder, who will 
(nd in Ihtm bolh iiMtnictioo and p}«a- 
MfV, and to the «cbolar, \ni we f«ar 
Itat he will not be e<itiall}' utisfled. 

In an InlrmltM'tion. wbicb doo not oc- 
njiy fewer than eiKbtj paeea, the editor 
bac^B' ^7 nuluii^ an apal»87 for not 
barinit atienpted in niijt way to rratore 
1^ tait of In* hollul*, and a* a roix-hn- 
■fw hi ca * HulbarwrlV* antliority, wbicli, 
m nch a inattiY, moat nnitoniahljr be rr< 
nrdcd a> of wrtplit. We arc not Gw 
Inm aduptind Ur. Aytvmi'a twwi; but 
If ba dooi not ^I'e more than one vcnioa 
of tW aanw Uilla'l, and if. in moat la- 
Hmum, It h nearlj impoailble to record 
Mm nuiona nadingi. why did be not 
point out the rollortioiu in whicb Uio 
iaoMi hall^ ba* hem printed? Snppoae 
that " Un^ of Lincolu" w«re fuHowud hy 
mcb iixtiatioM a* " I'mtt'* (,\)llivtian, 
Ixmd.. 1828, rol. L p. t&S; ()ilclthirt\ 
fot i p £10: Jamleaoo'i, foL L p. ISOj 
nnliCTtoii'^ ToL i. p. 76 1 Uothawdl'i; 

r&l ; Ej^rtoii Brjrdgn' SMtilmla, rul. 
p. 381," or that at the and of tha af 
gnment to " liynda Horn." it waa num- 
linocd that lhi« hallait wm prinW bjr 
Cnnnek, vol. u. pp. »H— 21U, t>v Kiu< 
lMdl.pp.l35-lM. bjr Mo(lieTwcU.'pp 33 
\ by Buclun. rol. ii. pji. S08-S70. 
nobodj would regai^ ii u a podantio 
iuKxaj, And wme mien wntild bavd 
Imcd glad to know that w the mt^l 
of tka IfamMe hallod a manognipb waa 
In Vranm*, and that tlw Un«r 

n» tr, i w mmt rriartw an mnrirt iti* 

la (tallj lllndrsted by ■ larfFO booV printed 
in the same eo<intr>-. bm nt the espenao 
nnd for tbe «ae of the liaanatyne dnt^ 
of ICdinhurf(h '. 

f. xix., Dr. Aytoon rerj jodielmulf r»> 
marlit tbat in alinoat ererj coaaUf of 
Europe tht renmina of the old natKiBal 
poett_v hare been carefnlly bronghc to- 
gether and mnaolidiitcd ; and he qnotea, 
ibougb rer; wperficialljr, the Spanikb, 
QiTdian, IXanHh, and Swcdiih cuUeitiona. 
" I am frivfii to undertuod." be nyi, 
"tlut the old HclnvoTiic poetry hM been 
pmMTved and edited witb equal can i 
but of lluit 1 nunot apeak from my own 
kDOwkdgc" Ac The oonflnnon b ■ 
Terr candid odc; bat rarely he nig;tit 
wltAoot nncli tninble bava kwinad aooia* 
thing about Hie Sorviau viem* ooUeetcd 
by Vnk KtifliBiioritdi Karadabitdi, and 
(rriTiiiktcd into Otraian by Talvl, (Lv. 
TbeivM) Albert'iTie Louise tehi Jacob*,) 
now iin. KnhintKin. tba author of Ibe 
" Ui>t<in«i] Vit-w of the LanKoagt* and 
LftermliiM of the Slartc Nation*," pub- 
Hailed at Now York in 1840. I>r. ArUmn 
may be ftirgiran for not tneutioniDfr the 
minatreUy of the Batquo border, piinted 
taat ynv' at Bordcaiu ' i bnt hardly for 
omitting the Sarnu-Brrit, or tb* pOpn- 
lar Nuii^ of Urilnin, already twice prw* 
tented io the pnblic by U. Hcmrt an la 

Prom p. Kil. I>T. Aytoan akel^bca the 
literary history of tba Soottidi ballad- 
poetiy, too bricHy to anve the CBriooi 
reader froui biiving nxaartm to Eduard 
Wdter^i work ' ; and after having naiaed 
mnat editors of tbe cttbaion* of ua Swt- 
tiiJ) BtM« DMCnrfr>«, he apeaki of John 
Barbour. 01 AndMW of U intnn, and of 
Henry tba lliBatniL opmnxraly colled 
" inind Uarry.** Rvery on« know*, and 
Dr. Aytovn ane» not uil to qunto, iha 
paaaagfl where John Mair tnyi that tba 
old rhymer, whose fanwxu poem of " Wal* 
laffo" long ei^oved ■ high decree of popn- 
larity in ScollaDd, had founded it oq 
popular atoriea'] tint bo dooa not rontort 

tUfiml, I \mmit pat IM Jmi/i «a Mcc b«. {Parfi 
N tendrta, l»h. a«a.} 

» Hai-H el JCimMUM, rttmil it m firf rart« 
in fntmr* rrlnlifi > fiwWf i eiWHrwi, t»m f Ottl »■ 
fmnfi*. *m anftmt tl M J M im f *, ka. ifatfi. 
1*41 ate.] 

• r nl J brtfWrr drr i Hn i illiille end I.ei|Mi|, 
Its}. S vel*. 9^9.1 AlRBdr. la HIT. had Dr. 
Bowttef tranrialril nual of Ibcae amui^ and be 
pnbiwwal UuM Ihat j'ear la eaa votwM^ line., 
•nder Om Sarrka (ilia of Jt»nidm Srfttm 

' I* Far* Amvm, m /»fmi^i»n, »m ImfM^ 
*M m»im, M /lUfnKuTf H m mmtttm*. I *«!., 

■ OttrliitM* 4tr f^ttaktmUetm Smtittktm 
U>4(n«dU«u. iZniMl. iaul.8>o.i 

' JeAaaa. iUiot, d* emli SMlmm, p. lOPt 



JUixeellaneotu Revicwa. 


to uMrt that Utey wtrt abo moat pro 
Ivlily m rhjmc. ^nular to thoM which. 
•Mording to an old nnaMriptof FoHan. 
liad bMn tnwnpo M j on tlio «>■• han Imlh 
ia Scotland md in Pnmes ■. Thry wrro 
mdoolttaUr bdkdi, the rocovcry of 
whieti wonM ba o^ tb* groatort ralue^ ■• 
wall 9a at " vertaoa jinitAiU and Klau- 
dsTM baUata^" cOMBJained of hy Ht-nrj 
Vltl^ and aanttdBM in a k*t«r'<lirecii)d 
^ bb atm h tm, Jnoca T. of ScotUnd, to 
BotMrt Borate biflhop of LlandalT, and 
prowagat of the Narth ^rU of Kngland ■. 

Having r«a<tbedi tho tuncof King Jatnoi 
L, the luuDcd ProfeMv vpralta at Iraxtb 
of Um btcfsiy atlainniMiU i>r thi* jiriiuv i 
but he duea not nj a uH^ie word on bi* 
aiQ ifa al aUU, wUoh U mentiuiMd iu votji 
Ugh torn* Iv "hHral *, ur doM b« aftv- 
wardi aotm to bo aware of the exiatrara 
of Edward Banyi thtaie. Stir let ftmi- 
titudM »l If Tmnufonniitio'tM dn ^fit 
pimdMV dn Bobi» Hood ', a xrrj v»lu> 
■«o tn«t, in which Iw wontil have found 
B great tUnl of infonnationdii thUmbjoct. 

Siii-h n-niiirlu. if prokmaiod, iui|rhC be 
tedluiu, Biul tbu editor of tb« " DallBda at 
ScotUnd" might dhfeot that b« dM not 
intend to wtiM a tcariMd arork \ hot if m, 
why did ho quoto at length ao laanjr an- 
trioi ralatlDg to Um Sooteh nnaatrote of 
the llft«oiitn and sivtoenth cintnriaif 

Cc<rtainl; <■« will niH (Vfmpiuin of hi* 
Ubvrmlity in this nspcvC, and i» a proof 
of our (incieritr, wo will iMilnt out to him 
the " Uuui buinniM, jooewra do guitorae^ 
du puyi d'EKOMe, qui vont par pato par- 
taii> nmiv«lioi do la daitruution dM 'I'nm" 
wlio viMteO tha court of Chnrltw, duke of 

f>f the old Soatch ninatrels, tho inoct 
oetFbnatodiaotrUiidy Thotna* thf l£ii_> iiii-r, 
the Uero of a ballnd npubUabad hv Pruf. 
Aytoiin, tA, i. p 2S. To laowtatn who 
UiiJi Thoniaa waa, mni'-b hu boon done by 
Sr Waltor Svoll; bul nobod; tbuuKht of 
IdcntHying hlni with Thomaa Cltijarist. 
Bumlioned ld09, in a roll of Ituburl I. of 
Boothuid, wldch I^^. Aj'tnun ought to 
know, 00 OUbiA da Aytoun U Daniod a 

t>>ili1 IrHnr, n« UaM^fJUAMNijA Fortt, Bte., 
«^. 1. D. WK iBdtebarHs, 1IU>. i*a.i 

■ aioitshromaon, tA. Walt. OaodaU, lib. Kl. 
MP- iktv. lol. U. p, US, nou; Tftln, Bittarg 
ofSctiilmn^, rtA. i v. ISA. 

> Cotton. MH., Cdinla, U. I. f-iUoIW. 

1 " *I(ri incorii pohIiuiu oonnumonr (rl ao«tri 
Jaeopo. r» di scocU. cl» acw purcoM aicr* wm- 
pOH In oanlo, ml troi* ds n *t>*a> uu dudik 
Buirioi lauitMcvcle « ouda, dlComia d* tuit« 

raltrv." Atfft Xlbrt 41 /VHM«n' Wit«r<>, frc., 

Uk I. ot4>. H. P- VH of tlw Vtaet. ti. I03i, 4to. 

t Xowif «( CkarlM 4- Orf4>Mi. *o.. par Aim* 
ChamiMUhuHnfMB, ToL L p. SSI. (Partiv 1MI< 

liUk bolow w. Nor did the «ditor of Iho 
" fiallflda of Sootlcnd" think of •oggcating 
that " Keon Owtin," the h^ro of a rtry 
itn|;iiUr baUad printed vol. ii. p. 179 — 
181. night poMibly bo the "OwwU MiW 
of an oh) poem M ably editod bj Mr. 
IhiTidljdng*, and (bnait^parlof acollee- 
tMHi of dittin pert^ii^ to tUa pOgrim 
to Ht. htricJi'i pomtMy. 

UTe oonM bave odarged theae tMBarka ; 
bat aa Dr. Aytom eondders as "oocdo- 
what anenm" the lade wUfh ha nndfr- 
look ofodiUM the * Balhda of ScotlaMl," 
it wookl not ha Mr to diew that bia book 
ifl not elaborate enongh. Aiit u^itdoaervea 
jtmiw, and will h« aufficient Ihr mdan 
whodiwirv na mon- than an «ateriwidn|[ 
work and goncral infomaliOB t although, 
naUke KflrAnaad Wolf^ FUr m frimawtra 

ds SOMOBMW, II b aot ItWDtd ItpOTt BQcb 

prlnd|dn of phUologj and aound cmdi- 
(jon aa we and nany nore eoald hare il«- 

KtMf *a r»diam iteKfattfaa. Historie, 
SmmUmatie, oad Pal^oiioyrmpiic, of tAe 
latf JamM Primrp, f.R.S,, S^rtH^rf to 
the Atimic Society tf Btit^al ; to trhUfh 
are added Ua «>rAf Tahtf Uhutrativf <f 
JimImw Butory. f^Jtrmmoiam, Modmm Oaui- 
(MM, Weight*, Jiffimra, ^. £ditti^ tnth 
Note* amd additional maUfr, r,i/ RnWASD 
TaOKAS, late of the Ben^l Cuil Snrri<w. 
IlL 2 vols. (London: John Murray-)— 
Merol; to go throngh thi-np tyri hauditome 
volnniM, and to givo nnfLbinif likf an in- 
talli^lile notion uf thuir ounli'nta, wijold 
oeciipj half a maffMine. but we are on- 
alile tu [leirot« ao tiui-li tpuiu to tbetn,. and 
bcBiO««. fi»r that if we did ao. thi? tntJenca 
rif bar ri^dpm woald be eihanatod befom 
tlifjr biw) g<->t tbni>i);h two pagm; we ahalt 
t)»^i>fi>n\ ondpr Ihnv rircatoirtancai, con* 
tent ourwlvini byinviiiK •.imc indlcatloa 
li lh*ir contfnti^ ui\tl Intro it tn otheri 
tnoro diwply ititerwii-d iu Oriental •ta- 
dim to dig dMpcr into tlie mine thus 


Mr. Jaoiea IVInapp, Wf ar« infbrmed in 
the TiiciMDlr predxi-d, wna tho nn of Alder- 
uiiii PrinM>i), nn eminent Kast, India iner- 
diunt, who nt in IWliomcnt fur iHima 
ywn tifr llio boTt>ii|E[h uf QuccnlioTOUj^b i 
and hring intended fbr tho profeaaioa of 
an arcliiU'Ct. woa at thi^ a|^ uf fiftMn 
{ilaoed nnch'r thv Intc Mr. I'npin, bnt owing 
to the fjulun.- vf liii e>*c«<cht, thi» divign 
waa nbttnilnni^. H^ nnt atiMird rhcmia* 
try, pitid aflor aiietitling Mnac time in the 

~ W. Itoberiaon, " An tnd«x ... of naBjr 
Rocuriti of Ctuutani," Ac, p. 7, Um. Hi, 70. 


(Uiluvburjth. 17S». Mo.) 
■ EittnbBrgli, IMT, 


A«aj-olB» of thA Rovn] Mint, w*« ap. 

Spuintnl aamcUnt to tHe A«wy Haater of 
I Cilatttta Mbt. from which poit he 
■MB tnM to 1w Atmy MMt«r of Uio Bo> 
Bans Uinl, *ad cvKatiMlly to be Asmy 
MMtor Bl CnlcfiU*, k poM vthicb he rc- 
tiimd mo la tb« period ftf his <kaMue itt 
MM). Daridfc bi« mcoimI r«ad«Bw at 
OalonlU. Mr. Printep h«cuM cuaiMctwl 
With Uw RojTMlAjalic Sociclj. lie Iwd 
Icxag bma c«aiiecl«>l wlUi • pulilioBtian 
aOM " Ukubwi In SciooM," whteh «Aw 
svblto Bkerfad in ths " Jovnwl of the Ati- 
■Civ Swrictj." !■ ocmAMtiiig the new 
jovnal b* wh bd to dwoU maeb thae 
■nt ■tUkdoB t« tbe iln^ of Indiu «n- 
lifitiliw goMmlljr, b«t nora «pecullj to 
Ihi oUm- couHgv uf the PraiunU. An* 
uthfT nil^Mt to which bo aibo pwd tnueb 
■ttencion wm the 'uMetiBtiom on the 
bIUm* ar Ueltii >a4 AliA.i-^ iiwerip- 
llow tliat liiwl Jvuid tbe Infetiitlt; »f Sir 
W. Joao^ bm wbicb be £«ipheKd mwI 
fixrail to oMttetn nlicte u£ the d»t« uf the 
lUrd aaturr, b.c. 

"Rm Srat VAlumo fiwMiitn of eaMjv on 
Pnan, Bectrimn, IlindN, CejrbiaeMi utd 
othB GaMsm toiiH, «xtnM«d Avn the 
" jUtelle Joonul." Uloitnled vith s krge 
■n«IWi of clwHj etamUd totiraving*. 
Tbe moonA volume, »!■> vtry eopiotuiy il- 

lHtfRt<4. OMUWBflCi with Ul CMU MMMI 

the *H>tJattM «r the tuij BbiW elpba> 
bel tp the Bnddkiet frrcHip of «oiiu— ouim 
thai bad nnMittcd Nalcd antil the db- 
OtMtfy at the alphabet by Mr. Prinwp. 
Next we have «Maa duaertalmu t^oa tli« 
Butriaa end other alphnbMi^ foHowgd by 
■ J>acil|itiTe teia catalo^A 

Hie eeeond part of Lbe nJtme ■■ ecca- 
pW with tlie - UwAU TaUa." wkieb al- 
Iffad to more than three baadcvd pegei 
TW Ant are oMUMcted with the MaMtarj 
^Mnaa of the Smt, deaorfbiiw Hm vtlm, 
wtMd, aod BM17. of variooi aaelent aad 
Muoian ttMBik wtlfa tabic* of funr, un>- 
dneot and raBhangi^ and of ItritUb lixllaa 
Wei|(lito aad ibmbtm; imt. Indian ebro- 
■ cl^kal laM«^ mms af witich we iMf 
leoeiaBwiad to alaiaaae makon and ooia- 
yUen cf ittathmariee efdata* (br tranafBr 
•a their picaii and, ImUj, emo« gonealo- 
gidal taUea datioM fnmi a poriud long be- 
bn the dwtlon of tbe world 4iiwq to the 
ynMBb liHM. and iiurlades not oaly rati- 
on ifaniiBtiaB ot llindnatan, bat alao thna 
«r the CfltMtial SfBpira, Thibet, Jnpaa. 
IWUrjr. nB«fat,aiid maajr othrr lt« known 

Uk« laaoy olhar labociooa worlok the 
two TofawHi oNiuln aetretly a pMnce 
that w« Ota iratMlev lo a«w own page*, bnt 
we caniMt ifrndade thU ootieo withuut 
ofMHbig ost ednlntiaB of Ux. ftti- 

eof/e lodoatrf, a quUtj pcnoMod to tkn 
atCDt b}- but JSnv Anglo- Indiana. 

A UUterw y U* to-iviUd JamtfmlH 
CMmreh of SvUtHtd i »HM m &tHfi v/ iU 
tarlim- AmtntU. »«4 MaM AfCOUMl ^ Uo 
Srr,tkrr.->/lh*OBmmomLi/K BylhaKev. 
J. M*>>o<( N>.tu. fOifced: /. U. and 
Ja&. raiker.)— ConeidGrfaig the irimilaritjr 
ia maryr pointa between the two Chorcliei, 
it le tuTpriaiiiK how little la known bjr 
Bngliah CbaK^iiieH reyrting the bbtan 
of tbe Janaemit C1tan4 in Holland. A 
Cliordi havinfc all th» «1oni«nta of a tnM 
•oeotwdoa, iirutMtUi; iii,iitL«t the cn-on of 
Kainc, lymtiiining to oiir dar, ai)d perae* 
ciit«l nitlul na it )in« \nevn, it haa, nota 
nithitadioi;. ci<.'it«il !>.'« Intcrwt than 
most of tboeo contemptible tecta holdlof 
doctriuM repulsire to all belicvtn in the 
tralh at (vvelaUon. Wo ar« thnvfore 
tuidar Maui obUgatioa to Ur. Xeek tm 
dntaii^ attentiun to llii* hod/, and abould 
haic bean tuular gnaicr oUifpition itSB 
IT be had lalcen the trouble to ootnpllo hk 
Ilisturjr in the ordinanr farm, instead of 
prtiitiBK hi* MMfa on tiie mtiject and call- 
Inctbe collection " Uiitory." 

The flrat ttmy hntifa beforo na St. V*iB- 
cewt de V»a\ one of thoan nobl^hearted 
nwti who roaa nparior to the influeneo 
enfToun<Ui>g; thctn in the Romish Chnrrht 
and pxrfiirmKi dii<iHlii wtirtViy uf apoetulic 
timoB. Anodutwd wltb htni waa the AbM 
de St. Cyrin. who waa eoniidercd the 
groat Iwnanarch of tbe aereatcMitilh ccn- 
mry. St^ Cma Hot attaekad the doo- 
trioce of tlie Jeauita in bia PtkwAmntimt 
— a work wbi^ inuaodiateljr booaiae !«• 
polati aad wat plared in the hnnda of bH 
the irainpal eeoleuBilica Ui France. St. 
Cyran, howwer, paid tbe p«n*3ty of hi* 
leowritj' bj Knoenng for aervo jiMra in ■ 
priioa, turn whi«h ht wai ooly releated to 
die in 1648. The rlewa thna pmoalgatad 
did not Axe with SI. t'jrran: lui bad eotl- 
tractvd a ft-ieudaliip witii Coria-liw iaaaen. 
Billion of Yprei^ a tiaUve of Uoilaad. who 
delbndcd the early duciriiwe nf grace, a* 
raponoded l>y 8t. Angurilna in the great 
wen with which Iv^th hbbmb an aav- 
ciabcd, the Amff»tUuut. No wotmtt had 
tfaia w«w1c appeared than it rxriUd the 
noat violent oppwitlon 1 I'<>p* L'fWn oott- 
denneda akd the Socielj of JBnu awlai- 
VD«i«4 to aBHitiM it, hot their <Anta wan 

Utrecht eventaallir bMame th« h«a4- 
Mfeutfia vS Um JanaaniaU, aod to that eee 
VMK* luw bom a eoBrtaat Mccamuo of 
anefabiibopa. at Bairated in this vol&tnei 
John Vun Suitmi, tbu rDurtcoith, baa 
OBly dinl within tlie lad few weaba. 1Il> 
ImmI aViBFod ibo title of JaavDiflt aod 


Miacellantout Reviewt. 


•Might recotMTilisliMi witli Romo, but •>«• 
uiuuoceMflil. At *ome fotore tinMi Mr. 
Kealo apiHsra to think tbv uuiim <Till Iw 
oonipletnt. ftnd tho flo-cftllrrt JaoAcniat 
Church will tlien c«u« to eiU : — 

" K Ommi^I ibK«a«n ttnoi* uid nollaod,} 
kkd U*& cMulDiim in 1«17, tut ww dm ntDAM 
IIIIth*M«Hrfoiiaf WUUuu n. In IMl. In 1MI 
Uie adMlaii ot Mollmul. luidn tlM prMtdmc* of 
Umilniilr 1Vrri»ri, C'intitlnnI toiu Vlrj-rlatca* 
Ap«i^lc,— llaltatid, OdioU'-diic, Limbiiiic, nod 
Bradii wi'b fl«* til^opa, ill in pirriAau, i •#nii. 
iurlm, l.OM eburclMa and ehnprls, I.ASO niAnU. 
I.IM.SIttOUallM. Th* total mut-npixof vrm 
•ret of ProlrrtMitbw HiwuiiitPd biil \n l,iiH.i\i. 
Thr C'lrtniaoi of IloUand, wilb lu Urtli«dino 
nnlioAtix. SobtMau, UbtTal\ Ptetl«U.-to ny 
Bolklnii ot It! Voffilsna Mtd XoaRcnteogflsniik lu 
Lttlbmoimi, Ita Hnno«Mnntiua. lu MfVDtt- 
nUin,— all *n aUk* danavod [b* Vx. Nc«la]. It 
needs no pr«i)l>riic powrr to IbKtaU Ibii Uii 
■oaimmMmittii of llw next oanlii(]r will tec 
HalUsd ■ komKa Colbctfe caimtrT." 

And grt, iKtxinlinr to Mr. NmIc*! oirn 
libnwtBg \tj tal>l«a in Ihii Tiilutm-, Uie 
baptimiu iu ViM JsuMrniit nxuiuunicHi ttre 
juft ** nutneroiu now iB thi^ ware i een> 
turj ago. That Rijumuimn hu bXTWcJ 
in the meuitlue we an not dbpoted to 
dmj, but it by a« tnoUM follotn that ftll 
oUi«r (ecta <*1U b» «xt.inguUhecl, or tbut 
Ramuiinti iUdf tnay nut rwmvo uiothar 

■ffWwy 2/" Wnlffom MfOo^irm. Vol. 
/,.- ty«4Uy a»d kit ZVm«. I'oL II. i Tha 
iluUie Jgt, B> GuROB SiOTic. I.L.O., 
P.8.A., &£. (I^ngBttna). — It baa Rl«aji 
be«n ■ matter of re^irt tltat tbe hist4}r7 
of tlw Kovatiana and other tarly diM«4il«ra 
•iMMild only biive mtup down to ai in tbp 
vritiagi <]f ibvtr opponenU ; which, cn-n 
if tbcjr were inlcfMlod bo be iiniwrtial, haTi! 

■ ihoinrtk-^ '1 

Ur^ ul U ■■•l>-j':in Mrltinliiiiri ii^ih I..'.-ii 
rtii-on l« » H»ii<Ut , .iT IT.'" li» ■! I' 'h 11 ill- 
Id. ' ~ mnild 
it- - il«uo- 
I -ji >L,' body, 
h Mw H work vndi 
t«i I iit.'D liy a M-Jinlar 
r» 1 tn Um Me- 
lt I wv can hj 
[t . >irU)it 

' It ISB 

'. f r»r 


. U (tlT- 

^'nnd pre- 

TiocM to the tine nT Wt^nt^. and ia on thi 
whole fsirlr dr»wn,ii>-ept tluit theantb'ti 
falla idUi tlw too tomrnun mirtake of 
nying wpiritiulity cf rithgion to inj of th« ' 
aergjf of the nuiy pail nf llw n);ht««ith 
ceutnrf. The aUte of nltgiun prorknw to 
1730 tmt mtMnlile lu tbe extreoie, tiuHa 
aaffici^Bt to provoke lojpMd irarkaftU Hbo^ 
like tbe WMleya and VVhitefleUla, M* tbe 
diwaMx The ftr*t eoHel^wM f)inmdM 
(HforA, aitd )m>do« I be three peraona 
nieiitioned, inclntl^id aewral oUwrih of 
wbtna Hervvy (author of the "Mefita- 
tiotu") WM one. 'Iboae men nerljr U- 
qutr«l the name of Uebliodiete from tbrir 
behaviour and proeovdloK*, nnd from the 
time of their aettinp oat op to the period 
of their deatba nerer toraed b^Ht fmin 
tboir Kocid work, 

Jotin W«I«}r aoQiD began bo exhibit tamt 
•o-calied irreanlaritii-a, aurb a* pT««ching 
in tliv open air tii fyiUitm and (ithMra, trlto 
lived io a itat* alliud u> huatbiaiiMi, wid« 
derfjmea who csred anihinc aboal Ibenii 
but who accuMd WaUey ^ aocsmxrieal 
coodnct in mlnlaterin^ to thnn. Bdorc 
loany jreara, no churcii waa men to hhii 
to cxerxaae bki mlniilry io i chapel* wtm 
tfaercforv areelcd. and men tet apart to 
minister iii ChMn. Ncit. Weale/ ord«is*d 
aune minialerx for Amvricn, nnd prooeedeJ 
fVom one irregular act to aoutMe up i 
the time of hie dfttth, in 1791, all ' 
wlule etnMuderinK htmaclf a dotifal ml 
ter of the cetaUUied Clnirdl, and warn* 
log bia pcwpla ■gainst dfaeent! At tlw 
titno of Weaiey** di^ath the eonoeiin 
numbered till prear'lM>n nnd VMfi 

The (econd rolnme coRUomoM with th^ 
duath uf John VVmlry, and ia 1>rougll 
down bo tSlS. Khen the number of toen^ 
hen bad iaa«aHd to 44:^.1)77. and faav| 
p>ue unincnsiaiifcalinoat iiniDternii^edl; 
up to tbe preaeni tine, Tbe wgrk dli 
not gti on fiuooibly. manjr trntpUoniM 
IibK-e, htit ila numliera irtcreaaed. 
WM unnclhlng in the ajvtem which einted 
|Ih> popnlar iniml. ivpedallj amoti^' the 
pnnrer cIukbtm : ttota tbotn the lat 
niuiiber of convwU werii made. Wh 
they H^eht tbe Wealejran ebapel Ij_ 
pertitfctin: bn tJicir own parish clureli 
wp niuiL loavo iilherv Io Miy, but that 
they di>i eo to a very Ur|[e ntent i« an- 

A Uiinl vniaaNW In oompVttnn of Ihe 
wdtIi. ie pncnbed bj Pr Hmilli. if hie 
hraltb poruyt him to liring it Mit. 

,J. ■ " . na 

E , 


Memoir und Letters of Tftomai Seddon. 



"Due Vmtt-rMn An.')i(1«amn uf Ardrert 
mix fttate thnt while the conflict of 
MaifdAlra College with .faniM IK nnd 
■bn that of I 'anihridi^f I'nivurvitT in tv- 
iiittair tb« mvav BrbitrarT niittmrity. crv 
mU klUHr«. the (»eU coxKfrning the op- 
pMttlon orTrinitj L'ullege. Dublin, to the 
dbpriwiriK poiKT puntuetl br Jamw, w« 
orerlonked. Thejr wetv In thenoelrci u 
IispOrtenl M th« oorTW|>niiilNig Inuuac' 
ttow In Knclxad. but wm« mom qnletly 
iMid^pd. ud mdted liub intsraM ont 
of DuMiu. 

A» mr\y w Outabvr, 1686, an ordar u-* 
rivfid to ftduiit oBO Aflhnr OmRie to nn 
with l«ctQt«ahip, an offiee as tt tamed out, 
which ili4 tM>i extal. 

Ill the JauDWy foUowtnit the anolet^ 
cnvcd prrnuartw to aend amy -bdOOoa, 
of n>Ur)t<r plate, ntlned at S*. per oancv, to 
IjwViti, 111 b« (li«{Ka*(l of, Bill] th« amount 
irtTMtci] in land. Lurl ClamHluii, the 
Lonl Ii«)t«[uiiil then, on tlM.- eve of hia 
daqpavtiuv gxre the tifcwry litwiiM Tur 
Iti trumottatl^in dacr fre^e. and on the 
llh ti Feb. il waa altippMl, tint Tirr««u> 
Bdl urired on tlw 12lh, an^ iiuuMdiat«l/ 
■riMd it. tlUungb ervatiully it ajipain 
lo h«re beta restored. 

Xo 11bi« mo lost in sttrmjilinf; In in> 
frins* th« cvlbin ftatulet, furvu th« 13tb 
of Feb. one Bcmanl Dujrlu preaentcd a 
lettCT hearin); the liitn niAaaal, cominanil- 
In* |1m> r«lUma lu admit bim to the tint 
fcOinnblp vacant, dbpeubip witli the 
nrfiwlTji Kir hia taktnr anr oAthft but 
tkit "nf « Mlow only/' 'Hii* oath wm 
Icmltrvil him, and be roAucd to take it, 
fiv it ifmUiinM the pauMtgr* whirh were 
mpahttabU la a Romaniit, atul aiijinn to 
have bwB nnkiMywn to the luiijr. The 
Prmoai waited ijoi the I»nl-Depiitj next 
da;, and inTomwid him why Uojie could 
aoi be adnittod, adding tbe tnlbrBa- 
tien that he wmotod Imrninf, and bad 
two tautanl chiMnn. Tlw kinf waa thua 
again follrd, and tbfl vwouit Mhnvafaip 
flUMi up by the alaetloa of Mr. Artbor 
UlHtDeniaMiH, the aneeat^r of t^ autltor 
of ttila haodi ine little rolamit. 

Dr. Ron an hat done gooi aervlee by thtn 
tneity out the erenta oTtha time, for book* 
of tbk claao, Bllimportant a« thi-y way ap> 
pear to ichm. are to the lit&tnriaa what 
tbe riTukta arc to the Urgvr etnam, aup- 
plTinK IWta Hiul illii«tnti.>iu ftoiB aonroea 
wliamHmobut ifaoeehnalednMrand well 
aai|iialni«d with Hun oonU labour with 

JTMRMtV aitd tHtert iff Iht Uie 7^in4M 
StJdom. ,lHtt. Uf bu Urotlk«r. (NU. 
bet awl Obl>— Tbe etilor of thk Mctaoir 

aeU out by esprenbg a coovictioii tliat 
inanir who take np the Tolnme will he 
ti-iaptml to Uy il down l^fuin in dJMp- 
potiittneiil at not finding " more daultng 
tmiu of Kfrniui" in tbe pemn who l« tbe 
mhjoct of it. Wei are not atnongit the 
numlwr of tItnKii nor ainon^ the nnni- 
bvr of thwv vrlio luok upon biography ae 
ontj valanble a* a rert^lation of the. inner 
Hfe and develrifinn'iit of ((reiLi lomitia. Tlu 
record of a quiut undUtiiifEuii'bi'd life b 
01^00 the richeat in bcautiftil and proflt- 
able Icaaona; and wo tuuat itay that if Mr. 
Seddon's Uography had dinclocpd much 
fewer traite of ^eiutu Thau it doca. we 
ahoiild Uill hav« pHsed it a* the hiitOTy 
of an nioiaiili', ■■■irneat, large-luarted, aiut 
■Incen Cliriatiau. Xr. Seddon'i fceniui^ 
however, waa sufficient to ^ye hIa life a 
rattw on btiat ktouiuI too; and w« hail 
this excellent little volume witli tinirvlar 
•aiifhrtion for the proof it will fariLiah 
to hia janng (rllnw.labonrvn in a profco- 
■iun pccul urly beaet with tmiptatiau^ 
tliat it ia ipiite poMifale to be, at ihe aamo 
timev a k^xkI artiat aud a pore aiid reli> 

giou* PMUL 

Thomaa Saddoa wu bora in tbe dty of 
London, upon tlw >Sth of Anguit, 18ZI, 
^roiu hi^ earGeat ymn fan nvincnl liia 
love fvr art, although bn bad reached bia 
thirtieth jettr before circuiMt«i»c« por- 
Riittnt him Ui fnlliiw it lu a profeaaiou. 
It wiu bef'ire tbii time tiMt lie couoelved 
the |ilaii. Ktid nas uiaiul> in^lrumootal in 
tlio FttiiblishtncnC of a dravriUB'acfaOOl fbr 
working lucn, which ibould fill the place 
tlie giivcninifnl Sclioult of Derim) etlU 
left niunipptiiil. Onr brier «)Hice aill not 
pvmtit iw lo enter nptm the pariicolar 
mcrita of thia inatiiutiun. uor to do ntore 
than baldly mention Mr. Soddon'a atnna- 
ana laboun in ita behalf. It waa to bti 
exeiiiciat In forwwding tbe I£KliiUtl»n 
oonnMt«d with it that be owed tbe scriout 
ilhuM whicli Kaa the nican* of giving per- 
at>Dent atrength and vitality to hia teli- 
gioDD prinoipl«. 

It naa OR hb recovery tHaa thli lllnMa 
that Mr. Soddon oommoaeed hia rcRubir 
aitiatic career, — a career which wu not 
deitlned to be a rer; pmqwrmu oiic. Uii 
labours were uwxaaing^ aiid oonanentiona 
In tbe extreme, but, alUioD^h be waa 
■pared the a«ut« anflcrin^' of vrry enuh- 
ing dtamanigctui>ntii, hii waa rrwanlnl by 
DO tuarked lucotKan: it- wa* furlunale 
that, for him, the re<!otnp>-n«e of hia toll 
mum taaud in Ui« toil itadf. 1» IS&l he 
vshiliited in tbe Bora! Academy Cxhl)-I- 
tlon. Ilia pietoK of *'l*enela|ie.'* — a eareftd 
wrurie, painted with elutKimii> attention lo 
tl«U<l. In 185!) he leA KoKland to ac- 
compuij bii friend UultDaii Hunt to tiie 


MiseeSaneous Reviews. 


Eiut> In lUc itow Al-M vf Jtity opriKiJ to 
liim he rcjoicMl wicli all IIm fcrrour t4 
liM int«BM'ly AititUc t«iii|>iT)uiinit. Aft«r 

vocfe Ik Viypt M»i in tke Holy I^nd, b« 
ntorMd to Em^astA. and took nxnno in 
Barwm-fltnat fyr tba vxbiUtion of fail 
CkiMital ikitckiti and jriaturaa. The cs- 
Ubitinn met itith nrj fair mkmm; and, 
upunllHi iLrvuittli uf liu riKng rvpatation, 
bu uivrii'd. TbU wai in ibe catiy amw 
aior of 18&6. In tkc iprin^c of 1856 tw 
again privaMj ei)it)Nt«il hi* «arlu; and 
in tlm ■utamn of Iti* auaa jrmr b« aot 
ri>r1)i iipnu hut FvCDnd jonmey to tlw Eaat. 
Iiaaviiatc hia wife Mid an iTifunt rtiild lic- 
bintl him. Tbia jotirai'V «iu in a mannrr 
tonei upvn biui iw iiiilia|wiuublc tu k- 
plonb U« H{^tUe« of eMt«ni aMi»nr ami 
VOatWDflai H iru oiidrrlakou fur no |nt> 
KHud fnttAcatian, : i& ftKt, to a warmly 
■flbctiMuto nativa like his. a mure bitUr 
trial cmild aoanvly he. than Uiu» to nllo 
bimtvlf frwa all h« moat Wad. It ««<■ 
hoirerLT, in "a «i»rit of hoprfalna^ tem- 
pered wicb CbrUtiiin rmifinatioa bo wbat- 
ever Ooi) itii);1il, iiUut," liin tiioKTapbrr talU 
na, Uut " 1m iteut oit hi* mty." In Iraa 
Ihnii two moiitliB from the time he took 
liin iHiililiiry i1i>pnrt nre, a head-atone lit tb« 
EiiKliitb tmryiriK-Krvniid at Cairo wu 
tn^U-d to ciiark Lha liut rcating-jilai-e of 
"'niiiiia* SinlJdij, Artiitt," 

Wv bavu twrcly indicated the ontlmo 
of Mr. Sttldon'* lif«. Wo ran only bope 
tbat our reader* will gvt thu little work 
for tlivuiM'lvm. Futtiiiic out of tlio qaaa- 
tioD all ltd otbi'r rMviiuniRrutaliona, it ia a 
[mrticvlarly rradalU book : tlw extract* 
mm Jdr. iM^on'a lettcn frum (ho Ewt 
an qnita diuntai^ from their grapluo 
MH of deacriptiati and UtcI| huaoor. 

Mr. Saddoa'a moat notad |dct«r« — J«ra> 
Mien— «na pnrchaMd %i\at ias death by 
til* CoiBtnfttM of -Tbo Ifeddoii Kubacrip- 
Kon Fund," and p««ivnted to iJm Natknml 
Oalkry. Our readcra vill rvntombtr it am 
tlie walla of MarlborouKb Hau«. 

Cw/r* Je Camtorttty trailuit* emvrt 
Frane«U de Otvff^tj/ CA<netr, Par Le 
CtumxiBU Dfl CnirKLAiir, (Lotidun ; 
Bull Montagu Pickrring). FaiUi Xint- 
velta. I'ar 1» CheTjIMHH DK CUJtTlC- 
UiOt. {LondrMi WhittnkCT and Co). 
—Without qliito NgTeeiii^ with llio Cliu- 
TaUfT de Chntidnin in Ilia opinion tliRt 
"nothing ran fpro an pxact idea of the 
cbnnn* of a poeC but tha very langnag>e of 
which thia [ioet hat naJo nawV'<*oadinit 

tb«t Ou tuaa^ <it hi* «*■ tnaaUtkov j 
fron Cbaueer to woU caknlated to git*. 
countenance bo Ibat belief. Tba readev 
wbo depvwli on tWae trantlatMoa will 
ipit, w« are aiVwid. a very incxiirt aad in- 
ade«|ttHte idea of the old ix^it'a cbunna, 
Tbe povtry will be hardly brttsr reouf> 
niml in tbb modvm Frcoeb reniam tbaa] 
tb/t' |)oct hiwM-ir notild be if be wt!r« nda j 
denly to nppaar >iii<i«ik>1 ua iu a uodena, 
FmoA drew. And the difKobw, In both. ' 
oaaca, wotdd be pretty mneb of tha aant 
character — conaiatiu|; uuuiily of petty or- 
nauoita and prtttlnoaaoa. in pboa trftlM 
nreot natnml simplicity and «tn>ogtb of 
CbaitctT and hia wriUnm. 

I II tUi- fint coDplat <M tlw poam that* la 
ail tiumple of Iht bbmut in wUch Uw 
ttnc wgrt^iifi apMcb of Uw poet la babi- 
tuaUy aunt«d «w dMgnrtd in tlie Cb9< 
valicr da ChateUin'a veralom. CbuM«''« 
Uiieii are,— 

" ITken fkat Aveille vHfe Mi MkowTM iwmM 
TtkB dnHifbi at Haraba haib pcrcad to Ibo 

wlucli the Chcralier rendera than — 

■ " La tTBdoeteaT wl d* Va^iOon (le tent qnt 
panMMqna rtaa aMeat donnpr uucUlrv oiwie 

" Ltn^ne leJrnM Anil aActr* if««M>M I 
Uoauwta i* ewar mc i* Man, tr dim rfai 


Here, in ptaec of tbe channing nattmtl 
linaire of lie arret tkattrrt of Ayril pUrc- 
iny fie IMrtt vf Jitnvii io (le it>ot, wear* 
tmtted lo ^tliat the tivnnUtor pmbahly 
Ibinka the nior* eiarmimff — >cvrlajnly tliii 
moT« euinanily Freui.-h~«e»4t'MeHf of Me 
•t/t leor* of >o«ia^ Aprii mout^KUig Uks 
Ay AetfW t(f Mart, U« fod nf armt! 
Omionaly enungh, tbe writer wbo cmdd 
pcrpctrata tbia fbnny tnmafanMttion 
nii|;)it b« Qkcly anongn lo belitm Uiiit 
an exact Men of tha elnrma of a poet oan 
be given only in bii own lan^aife. 

Wc have no ipaee to taultiply t^iamjilea 
of tbia klud of inaltieatinent uf tlin " Can* 
tcrbury Talea." !u k uiulUtndu of in- 
■tMicoa in which w« bare oompwred th« 
veruon witb the ori(rle*l, tbe atattmental 
honnai of the CbvraliGr d« CtiatcLaln ar« 
quit« aa grand. iumI the (^rWiitur^ of 
I'haurnr'a vimplmty qaite nx intolcialite, 
Viv rk'^rvt tluti our fiivodit ou tbe other 
aidi! of the trhaiinei ahuiild g^^t tbeir ide« 
of tbe Tcuontblv I'utbiir of KngUah poetry 
fioDi tbia iiuufodentcly free rurnoi] of bia 
gnwtort work. 

Aa far aa w0 ean wuturo to eKprMa 
an opinkai on oarat^ea^Mx* in a fonign 
tonguo, tbat «f lbs CbenlbBr de (%■•» 
Iain's '• Pablea" ia veey crediUUa to Vm 
■kill ill the niao^^eaeot of inetre. Tha 

dn Phannn d'un paate fUa la laaCM n#ne da 
lM<M>ac ce poSe ■■■•i terrt."— L* ai«ea»*r * 


Our Home htunda, Ifc. 

Betioo. at*0, b olUtt Ih-clj- antl int<mt- 
tnir, •"<! oAm tiiiiniialvm \hv moral iu h 
*f»y »CTf*«ble iimiDer. Wu irTl»h the Ir- 
dcfattpiblfr anilKir wiitiU ■■iitciiv !u> in* 
1«nt'oit iiiari> Ir^iimlly in iiiHlti'i; iiew 
Fables tbsB In uiia traiulatiog CI.Kuccr. 

IndMrhy. By the Rev. Tiiomm Htt!«SK. 
(Itel'gifViK Troct SnrkTlj),— 'Hm i* an 
Morrilinglj' wtU'Writtrn HU!« Tolnme, 
ffmUlfiiDg « TBrt fand of infoniiiitioii 
rcaprrltn^ the proilnrt* of tM* Mntntry. 
Mr, Milmrr ojifKvn to tiar« iMimMi the 
Krt of *<)iw«t4ii}! w) ocUvo tw1»ibi; Into "h 
eigbtct'ns witliotit diftroying its Lntcrrst. 

A y«v rMfliotuMy iff Quota tioKt. 
(Ltmloii: 6haw).— Tlib bclonp tu th»t 
Trry nt^l cIbm i>f imblicaHon* irhirh nrv 
tnU-tiilvd not vnly to n*« trouble. 1;at nliro 
10 (rrrp n* a kind of roynl umA 10 It«im> 
iar. By mpntti of tliiit nori: any pciinjr* 
■■itncr con iatvrlunl kin nttU-lcs with qtio- 
tntloiu from the Greek, Latin. Trvndt, 
lUUnn, or Qennnn, a> rvadiljr mm Ephratm 
J«dkiniwDl)roi){;ht Torwanl 111* Khoiectix'k 
of IcKrelDg to the dianxiy of poor D'^ctor 
nfUKMe, Unt Inrtber, this l>ouk will be 
Dcrfitl to the niMiT tlinoMTicb oT rtadm 
irbo ■» eonly pozxlml whni they wnis 
B<rtM k learned qnolilion. Tor on tnmlDg 
lotli* v—fH* tbi-y wIU find It vprj wbII 
ud fbHy tranalalML It ranlaiiu not 
cnJy the ordinary qvotatioati utd ntjfiti^ 
but many noiloni pau«tg«* thai aro in 
commou wto. 

M Ma EpUtlet. By Jotiir Davis Mac- 
aniDE. U.C.L. (OaAira : J. H. and Jiu. 
IWkcT.)->l>r- MacbriJc inlonna tu In hit 
prvftKV tittt llm« IwlorMurc intcodMl u»a 
MoiMl to lii> pivctdiiig vciluDie npnii tbe 
I>tat»t49mii, and w«n pn)|mrod Tor tb« 
pntfOK <!f (qualifying tbeitiid«ntaof Miff' 
d«leu Hall tar thn " benefidal and lutelU- 

gmt Undy nf vomninilKrica and IrratUra 
uf tbeology." Tor ucb a purvow t)i«y 
an endniAtly laelul, and piwent a tlrik- 
iiig rMilnst to man* of the ao-calied In* 
Ifudnctidua to tlio btady of Tbeologr, Ib 
wlilch tb« atndent qiMdily beomiea In- 
volved in a maag of doctrinal •{Kx-nlal-ion^ 
ln«t«iid of learning tli« &nt prini;Iplc« of 
rcli^on. In thia volnme ilic anthwr omi- 
trnt* biln»eir ftilh uLcwini; wliut it IJio 
friat of nnrb buok of tlio New Ttatanictit 
aflrr tko Ouapel^ uamittuir tlie varions 
e\'eitit« in tluar order, and briuginf; to bear 
npuu tw-b t)i« reaouroea of a ««U-«tored 
tnind. TliQS tbe nature of the aaH>mblag« 
whiol; tijt«ned to St. Peta'a PentMestal 
M-niiun it Mid to be aoiiM^Jiiiig like tba 
DinLltT- cTowi of MoaV>ina <*ba pmt«pd to 
tlir tomb of tbi> I'rrpbct gathartd to^ 
t>i#T (rPDi PTcry part, nt th* glohp, and 
wlio MMmfalo nt yi<Kv* for tbu twolbM 
finrpoao of derolinu and mninier«& F<v 
hniUy reading Um rolnme ia one Uiat will 
bv found (octntnely well adapted. 

AftrmuM : To*mt hu LtJtWKt.t<t XK Jkw- 
iiT. F.S.A., &c., ic (Loudou: Longman*}. 
—Wo r^-grct that oni- notice of thti llttto 
votnoin bail \tven lona; delnyi-0 hj the acci- 
dent of our copy or it liuviiiK liwii tuii- 
plaoed. Inondated as wo sutnetinies ars 
with Torae, Imo poriry i* «n teareo that a 
deticaCii apedncii of it onght to have bcvu 
al.t4:nik>d to with morvi vtitc. And Ur. 
Jewitl*! rffbaionn — thuciKh ilrlicxte and 
unpratvndliig— are. In tlielr very eaaniM^ 
poetry. Xliejr have the genuine mtntago- 
atatupofpoeticKvniiuuutluiBi. llMtrutha 
nhlch bia muaa giraa nttaranoa to Vt9 
alwaj-s beautiOcd by faoaglnatKni and 
warmed by pune and corniat fitting. The 
vindiinitioii i> nut at all unworthy of Itm 
thotigfata, uiid fiuMtle*, and b0M>oiw wliicb 
it eiprradosj it la nnre, and accnrale, and 
fwc«l— t]]v becoming *uiN of Imtli and 
b«aaty. Some of tbe imaller pi«e«^ »• 
pccially, hare on irrcaiatiUe cbann. __^ 

OwT. Km. Voi_ CCV. 




Cfie iMontljlp JrittrUtgcnrer, 

For«i^n Newt, Domtttic Occurrenre*, atui A'oteteftke Month. 

Tint Chtat Slrtmrbmry Oom: — Thair 
lonlitliipi Mt u ■ comnittl<« for priTilnr«« 
for the pnrpoM of eonsidprin^ the cliiim of 
LonI r.illtot to tli« rarliloin of Slirowk- 
bui'> . TLu koKring of Uiia elwm orciipi'il 
Mvenl iLija donna tba faut ind tlic pre- 
•ent acMion. timl &e mnn*^] on beMf of 
tli« Crown having flDnmnl op tho caio on 
tho 2Lft of Mav. l\n> ftirtWr rontldcnitinn 
W«8 o-(\joorii«i tililil thu inuniiug;, when 
th»r lorddiSps di^livci«d Uioir oj^niuw. 
L'jrd Cnnwgttii, in sirlnf hta oi^nioTi, 
Mid that thia «nis tbe claim of Eerl Tulbul 
to th« Mrldoin of Shnwsbor;, uid to m- 
bititisb tb>t cUlm bo bad to provo tlut tia 
WL1 tlitf nntrc«t male h»ir to the Ant enr\, 
who WMit craatnl Kta-\ nf Khrnwklmry in 
1442. Pruin thu (int eitrl tlio litlo dv- 
Kcaiied In Mccmtou from fnthtr to mn 
dftwrn to the scTcnlh earl, ami (rata h'un it 
pa*i«d tu hi« brullmr, llii.' eighth <:url. 
Tho tltl* then puiM Ihniijtli Sir (lilbort 
of Unflon, thu Lrolliur of |.li« third vur}, 
to (i>org«. the ninth enri, luid ]>i)m him 
to hU n^pliow John, the tentli ^irl, la 
whoM lino it contiiiuoJ down to ChiirliiM, 
tho t<tr«lfttt wri, who was crrattnl a duke. 
Tbs onrldom puwd from Charles, who 
died with nt iwuf, to OilbiTt, ibo Ihir- 
t*cnitli lurl, who wFi« A Oatiiolic priect, 
>ntl from him to th« diMooiidnnM at hh 
brother (IiXir^it, iti wh<i»<' lirr it continue 
di'wii to the dmtli of BiTtmrn Arthur, 
who dte;l withoiit ium^ mule in IS50, Lord 
Taltiot tJicn ckimrd tliu tiltn mid diifiiit^. 
Verjf larjfe ea'atea wore itwuriil lo tliu 
title by iliA Aet of Settlement uf i:i:>. 
The late varl. ooii«i(lfriDK thnt he had a 
right to dlapoaa of thi>u- i>»t.ilv*, hnil muiio 
tlio inntnt sou of the Dulco of Xorf'^lk bia 
deriMo, tnd the Uolco of Niirlulk hmi 
tfaerHbra boon pcrmittMl \>y tho llniun to 
api«Hr In oi>po*itii>iL Lo tUo claim. Tlii'ir 
lorJ-hipi, howisver. w^ro not fnlltd ujmn 
to decide M to whom the eatale* btrloiiRed 
to, but they lixd tlmplj to tHj wbettitr In 
tli'-iT opiijioii Lnrd Tulbot had mode out 
his claim to the title In order to do that 
he inuit itiirw that ha waa a druwndnnt 
tVom the 6m mu-I tUroujrh uinl«a oolv, 
and then that tti«re ver« do ivcerer mruo 
hxan to tba Srat (*rl tJian hiroaelf. A 

dou^t had been railed aa to wbothtrr th« 
late «ai-l himself wu ri^itiUlT in p«- 
■Maton, but that and MT«n) wnilar ob- 
j«cl.ioiiii hail bvnn ntUbctorilj auawaiad, 
and it hod been udmitiod by ibe opyni^ 
tian that na qiustiou arcae down to th« 
f'xtiiirtion of the wMsnd branc)! of the 
iainil; ttmiinatcd by tbo death of Bets 
tram Arthur, the bte «arl. In order to 
moot tho otJMtiini ibat Earl Talbot waa 
not legitimately dMcoBdod ftom the fint 
enrl, a threat d«kl of evidcnoc bad b««l 
put iu, aud the cblef point* b« had to «- 
tabliih were thnt Cbarlea, tho LordCbaa- 
odlor, waa tlii> l^itimat« aon of Williatn, 
the biibop of Saliabiirr, and tluit th« Bi> 
■hop wan the >ou of WUluun of Wliiuiug- 
ton, third ton of iihafringtan of l{udp>. ^ 
hi* aeRond marriac*. Some dSAcully bad 
boan created with ret|>»ct to tbo abaeuoe 
of tho reritUn at tho marriage of the Bi- 
aliO]i. atid of tliA htrtb of tlm Chau«vIlor, 
but thi) pruc4wdtntr> Ui Charioury. aa well 
iia Other evidence which liad t>een pro- 
iliicod, deKrI; eaUUiabed tba legUinucy 
of Itot tni^fWaal. The Blihop waa alto 
proved to h'tve occnpied hie proper place 
in the pedlgne aa the aou of William of 
WhittinRton, and tho doaocnit of the olaim- 
ant tram Sherrington of Rodgc wu thoa 
eatabliahed. The bMirrnctor'a nhligree 
wbloh bad bavn put in \ty l/jnl I'albot 
mppnrt«d thit view, and that pediprre, 
allliough it was proved to omit aevAra] 
penont, yet wui nut pruved to contain the 
nantca of any pi^n>ona trhieh were not en- 
tiilvfl to ui>|>inir thi-r<r. By rBiisua inani- 
(ition* and wills it hud been proved tliai 
Shcrrin^n of RudK« was thi' Emtidaan 
of Sir Jubn of Albrit;bton, the ton of Sir 
OilU-rl ofCimnon, vrhoaeflitherwM John, 
tbc tecood earl, and thn* the claimant hml 
ujadt! out hit claim tn thR title, provided 
thi?Te wero nn nearer mile heir* than hitn- 
wlf. Thou the quwtlofli arwte it« to whe- 
tbi-r the rlaimant bad at la factor ily made 
out that all iuch [«r#oas at nii|;bt come 
between hiui and tho tide were dead. The 
evidence relied upon by the claimant In 
aapport of thit prop<Mitinn onnH>t«it ot 
tlin bcnnfHRtor'sjiedigrvo, tlio deed of aat> 
tleia«nt uf thu Duke, iuu>l« in 1700, the 
deed of teitleiacnt of Sir Jobn of Lacock, 
made In 1683, and the recital of the Act 


T7ie Monihly TnteUlgeucer. 


oflTlS^. PhD tb«K dKoiBMiU it w«tU 
ap(Mir thi* kit th« aou of 8herrin|taa of 
Rui)c<' W ^i* Bnt raurinice, •• will m 
Ui twQ rUt«r Ma* by lib Mcoml roirri<^', 
with tlK^ lMa«. were dead ift 1718. WLUi 
i*,{ard to the dattU withoat ilstw male 
uf Sb>TTlBgt€n tb* Km of Tboaw^ the 
y m uyM . too of 9hffTii«toD of Kodfo, 
nne doabla lud niAed M flnt, but 
Vttsj bad bMO cl«and tmrny, and, in l)l» 
{Lord Cmnrarth')) opiDiaii, the Ktbop 
te 17tV WM tJi<i DMreet nikle b«ir uf 
■bmifig*^nn of Bnilgia. Tlie Dnk« uf 
nr«w*burv iliud Id 1717 without iiM<v 
Mul uutwH, IiLa HMuan. bemow the lltlr> 
ImiMi Mul. olio, beiu^ a Catliolii:. JoliMd 
la an Act of I^rimineDt to wciiro tbu »•• 
tats ta thr title, for At Uiit time the Pn>- 
teatxnt ticxt of kin of a (.'ntholjc Iniul- 
Vwnir luigbt clahn nml wijoy th« pni- 
fiiirt^. la tlw rMital to tUt Act tlia 
Bubop of 8*li«buf7 KM tUAtA tB b* tlM 
a«it in racccMtun srt«r Sir Jukn of \AAif(- 
fard. Tm petition hr ib« Aot Uv- 
iof bera bkadcd lu itu jmleu, Lbvjr r>> 
parted tfaafc-riw UAop and tlw olbor per- 
mmm uiwtiMnJ in the patition wero ttie 
cdiy pAwiM InlerHtAd. Tbfr question of 
the GUebop'e Hgbt t« WKxwed to tbe title 
■Afv Wv Joba of Loogibid wu niacd. 
tat the Bdoee did not think it ncMMery 
to |B» btlft tb^ i|us>lii)ti, and MMinl th« 
MUTnbv «f opinion tbnt it winild be qait« 
<— f ogb to d«rid« the UUhop'ft rif Itt 
•Aanever cttbec be or hi* iliMiiniUiita 
■infa* riuai tbe title. The dalnuuie bnT> 
Inf tiiH Mtebliibed the 6wt tlul he wu 
tbe neerr^r bnr taale of Sir J«bB of Al- 
hrlfbion, the only otbee qmalian whicb 
tmm wna witb napmt to tho dUldrrai 
■Mutanned upou Sir Jobo of Albrigbtuu'a 
taadtb Bro u iupwr* cbnivb. Tlw inccrlp- 
Um «paa tbnt ■wamwrnt itated tbu Sir 
Jebn bad three eona by ki« firtt owr- 
ra(|^ Imi uf wbcm were nnacounntcd 
1^ by th« riaEsiMBt. He (Lord Cnm- 
aortk) WM of a[niiioa that thiw cbiklrcn 
died bi infaitry. whicb would arcooiit for 
tbarir not bflog mantioiDrd in any of ibe 
donniMtita relating b> thai period. The 
will of 8ir John biskeelf bor« oat thia pro- 
pcedtim, tor ha eridently dMiivd to leave 
WBrttb^nit to every imitnber of hia /knuly. 
m4 be nuwl(< no roratkiD of tboea imie. 
He {Iicvil Cmnwortfa) wai IberofoTe of 
OMUon that ibe sUiinant hod wmdm ovl 
taa be MM tbe naar«t male deaoeodaBt 
of the ftfsl earl, aiul wm tbenlbr* n- 
titlad to Ibc title nnd di^tty of Earl of 
Shrcwkborr. LW ^t. l^Miaard'n. in wu. 
mrring arith hi* wiMii and l««med fHood 
Orfird <.:nui<«ortb}, eMHl/lbat few ouca had 
4lMr*ad. and Urn hail msatrad, nan de- 
Bvalieei, attention, and patiaace, tlian 

tba pr«nrt, (or tut only ««• the title to 
tho oldMt cnTtdota in Kng*aad inrolTcd. 
but lan[H mlal** w#re atiDeaed tO tbot 
title, and tbeir brdskipe indirevUy Itad to 
dKid« to whom that property belmgvd. 
Under Hum* dratrnttaaoat tfao DidcF of 
Kutfulk bad been ellowed, after eotna odd- 
dderaiion, to ■pPBar and oppoia Lord 
Talbol'e daim. 'Tw exrrtiofu nf the op- 
poeing perttaa lu prodnrinR evidaaoe had 
been ntoM umAiI to thdr lonWbip*. inu* 
niiM'b H* by no other aMnna could thoy 
have been put eo thorouglily iuLo poe- 
of tM facu a* tu«y were now. 

TNo woeevt caac wm diffirnDt from tboaa 
which awally <anM before Uw Uooae. b^ 
oanae do puraoa appeared now to oUba 
the tttio in oppoallion to Lord Tulbot. It 
bad. indeed. bMO nUlu-] Ibat Lord Talbot 
of Malahide, a nieuiber of ihrir lord-htp'a 
Howe, and a Major Talbot, were cniltli^ 
to IliA earldoiu before tlie cbtimnat, bat 
Lord 1*idbot of Maklddo had oome furwnrd 
BIhI atated that ho had Doioch dfum.atbo 
wa< a deeoendant IVou a bnuu^ duting 
earlier than ib« firtt Eari of Shrawiibiiry. 
M^jor Talbot, wbo liad at tret appeaml by 
rooiiRd, bad niuw witbdnwii, tbiifl leaYinj 
M cfaumant of the title in oppotiiioo to 
Lard Talbot. Tbe noble and laurn^ lord 
Lkrn went thmo)^ tbe (Mee. and cora^)«o^ 
<d upoii tbi.- «vidcDce,atid finally eipnaeod 
hU conrirtMn that the diuinant waa an* 
taied to Uie title of Earl of Muwurabnry. 
Lord Brauglnn and Lord Wmitk^Ulc 
•enewTed. Lord Bedeadalc ba«luK ymi 
tbe Qo^vtlon to tbe oonmittee wbe^er 
the cUinant bad nwla out hia tiLttt to tbe 
hrtiTrm of Sbivwebur>'. tba awttoo waa 
tttaadmaiialy carried in the aflcsMliTa. 

Jn.T G. 

The '■ Niagara" and " Oorpm" rwtarned 
Xa QoeeMtAwn from th^ eroiai in Ibe 
Athiatic; Tbe alteni{it to nbatrrge tbe 
eleotrte wire f<tr tbf Atlantic td^irapb 
had (ailed. Tliroe day* after tbe equad- 
roa bad beait at tea. th«y cowanterad a 
heavy gale that blew for nine daja. ud 
Anally cow palled tbe torn* afaipt oanpasng 
the eqaadron to part oomnany. Tbaotlia 
ahif^ the ■■ Af^amemaon " did not retarn 
till a w«ek later, having been nearly 
wracked. Tbe follawing grapUe account 
of tbe ecene on board boa a^ipMred in tha 
paper* I— 

" Tba * AMaunnon ' wat oUiaed to 
aead befbre the wind for thirty -aiibaura; 
h«t coala got adrift, and a call of the oabfe 
abifted, m> that bra- captain far aoraa tima 
ontcTtaincd asnoaa iqiprchantioaa fir her 
•afety, nnd from ttie bnoMnM airain bar 
wat«rwBji ware forcad open, and ona of 
bat jiorU wm htokon. Twa of ber eatlon 


Th« Monthly InteUiffencer. 


wav •msrelj injured. koA tifui of ths tn*- 
Tin«« IcM hii tvanm from fright. Yvt 
■ueh wu the connominktM tkill. gotxl »»• 
inalullip^ and iiidvpiilit; -f uW caii* 
nuider, QauUin PndilW, that he vna 
enibled to bring ber Co ber apiMintrd 
nndeiTOiu, lat. £8" S* tooK- 33' W. Hio 
'Kiagwa' rods oat tl» «)nrin ualliintlv, 
Iwving on]; curMd away licr jib' boom and 
nno wing of hn 1ipirc-h«iu1, tbo grmt 
Amcrinui mglv." 'Hio c>bl*> waa Irat 
fpliced on Uw 26tb Jnnr. " AIVt bavtn^ 
I%Id out two Mid n hadf milr* cflch. awing 
to nn nccjdmt on buaud Ihit 'Simff»ni,' 
the <ahle parted The ritlpe IWTlBe atpda 
net. Cbo R|ilic« wu wade good, «id tlier 
eomnciKvd to giro oat tb« cabl« a Moond 
Uovo; bot aftor ib?^ had Mch paid mit 
forty milcR it was reported tliat the cnr- 
rent wai broken, and ni^ rommuninition 
crinld be niadu betwcnn thn nhipiL Unrnr> 
tnnaUlj. in tbii inttam-e, tlw brtiikaKO 
mnut liftv« occurred at the bottom, na tbe 
elect rictun, from the floe raleulalionawhidi 
llieir HMJtWe iiirtninienta allmr tbera ta 
mahe^ went able to dKUr« awb to bare 
bMM the fact, erta birforathe vnaeU naiua 
together again. Having nst o(F cbia looa, 
they met for the thinl time, atvl nmtt^ti 
tbt> connnion of titr nUiIn nn tbn 2Sth. 
Ibuy tbvti ■tiui«l atrv*l>, ■n't lliv ' Nia- 
gara' bavtng paid out ovnr a hnndred and 
lUljr ntles of cable, all on board entertained 
when the fatal announcMnent vna made on 
Tnndny. the £9tb. at 9 p.m, tbal the deo 
trie <rnn«Rt had ceased to nao-." 

11m " Agauevmoo " "itnutxd awl la- 
boured QDder her heavy bnrdtn m if «ho 
wrra brmlcing «p, ami tbe niawivo beam* 
,„..i„- i,._ ^,.. .- .) ..t .. .n „ ..■ .1 ,,,| 

on» fmr III 
bo'»^«1 ^*l^ : 

water, and tliat the flotom and jebMni 
noiiM tbey beard bentalb. wete otily^ 
nuiMcd Ity tbrir ontflt for tbn vb^ki 
taking a cmiu- of its own in mndh Km 
*ti inctiea of ilirt,v bil|;e. tUfieb «aa !liin<] 
dajr night, and auch wu a fair aronga of J 
all tbe vtgbU ihroogliout the week, nrj^ 
lug onl; from bad Ut wont, Daj'tii 
OB MondNy mbvted in aa Acreo a gala at! 
ever •wc^t wpt tlw- AtUntir." 

"(In tho l&th L)i« ' Agantemniin* took 
to violeat iriti-hinj;, piaiiging (luBdJly lnt«j 
the imii|;h of tlw w >, ai it' the tnrant lai 
break lier bade and lay the Allnnlic rabio i 
in a bea|i. TbU ebange in lurr rnottoa 
Btralned and land tiitj inch oC lUBbar 
nnr Ike Mib to the \--tv ntmnct. It waa 
enrkma to ace bcw tbc^ worknd and Unt, 
aj the ' AgaiDDinnao' wont at every tbins 
«be inet Ittwd IraL On« timo tine pllcJiod 
v> bpavity a* to bmk one of tbe uuda 
benini <d the Io*rcr Avek. which bad to ba 
vhored with arNiriack* forthwith." Da 
tb*i liHh tbe waitW looked btr(t«-r. but 
Bimovatieei pranrd 4M»4tfiU. " At about , 
baif-|ia*t t<9) o'docb tbree or four eiganti4i| 
iiravca were aec'n aji^mncliing tlic ■''im 
comiiif heavUjr aaddtiwtyon iliraugh tha 
niiat nearer and nearor. rolling on lilti 
bill* of grmni wat«T, with a rrown 
|i:»itt that mmned to double tbctr beljht.'j 
The 'Agamennon* row heavily to tb« ' 
fint, and tbm wnil down qnickly intA 
i1i« deep troogli of tlw ara. faUing over M 
■Im) did to, *a as oln»nt to capiise eont- 
plctrly oil the |>ori aide. Then wna a 
A-arr'd crnthiiii; an «b« Uy Mor tbU way, 
for evrrylhing brake ndrilV whHbvr •»> 
cored or not, and tbe upmnr and mnf^* 
•ioD were Irrriftr for n hjiuiiIi? ; thim back 

alweam'- ■'—•■' ■— ■' * ■ ■■'■■t'" ■) 

tbe aaii 
dreper t i . 

wuie iiui*-' iimI crutiiin^. nuil Ibtf oil 
hi iVi* yturd r-om, wVt ktin-w the dange^J 
< . . > and 

it.r.', 1 

vtTott* 1 
of •aik': 


. ■; J 

i^llh dc«k 

;,■ M 

With dull, u> 

I forwd (« •Bj III ti 

I ft.Tjtli;t aSijiit ; i:.' 

-ir: -_i.i'h., 

T -iv KMX^ nikLi, ■niaMung fif'yiiii 


7%e MotiihUj IntelUgencer. 




(brs tbam, went orcr uarmg the rent to 
_ieew*nL 11u oxU-iIiut hiu werjrthiDg 
tlu! main ileek In *ck itutatie. but the 
binie couiil atill t>« br«nl ^oiii^ on in 
'bU dlrKiiom, ma tb« Iribjm wii] MMiki uf 
ml. witfa stanchliHW. ladden, sad nvm- 
tim irent iMpuig mbont the dm-kit, pour, 
ttifr •I'lwn Um liat«IiiT«y«, and <.Tubli>jt 
thraaftli th« f^laM ikyltghti into tbe cu- 

** Still it «iu not iLmwi, wid, mf^ng 
■Siis nver uotlur tranmxloui wave, tli« 

* AgWB«uitu>a' dronptti ilaant ttill morv to 
part. Bad th« cuaJa on tha) Htmrbourii nidn 
vf tbo loRcr d«ck (ptve waj >I*o, wiil 
eurifd (vajtMi^ bn^fbre tltem." One 
UMrinawBaboriMl under lb«n. "Anotlier 
BMriiM 00 tk» lowor dedt «nilo«voured to 
«Te liii»aelf by mtdtiiig ItoU of what 

jMHMd « lodg» in the ))Uuka, bul. nnfoc- 
ii)«l<r, it tnu oiihr caoMd by th« bonim 
luU^ apart, aad, of coime^ u tbo 
on' riglitcd thaj ctoacd ligiMn, 
hta nnpn flat. . . . Thu oiia* 
I of the muta, loo, itt Ihi* timo -km a 
itree of iiinrii anaiety both to Captain 
•III) Mr, Mnriarly, tlu) iDa>l«r. 
Ikiv)- rvltintt bad itninMl antl akdc- 
tbv wire sbrowla to anch an «xt«iit 
it tiM>v bad bacome ^lettrtilXj iia«l<<iw aa 
[■upp'^rta. Tlia hnrer niflta bent tlhIiIj 
rulL and ooee or twice it aeeineiJ 
anut go h; the boaid. Un- 
', nothing wbniovtr could b« 
9M La ivlii^vi! tliia straio by amdiag 
D*!! any of \.\ir npwir •!»»» nnoo it waa 
mula wbiek prwrcnted Um aliip 
jattQnoraBBdqniaker, ondao cTcry 
' ma knrw that if once they mtro iiuriFd 
■iray it inlebt foon bo all over wUli tlie 
•bip^ a* thm Lh» deck «oil conhl noc help 
gvaug an«r thrui. So Ihom «a« nothing 
fur It hot to mtch in anKJona ailnm tha 
way lh<.-y brut uu'l rtrainoil. aud trnst in 
IVavilen<» f>r the rranlt^ ... Of all on 
lB]>iw liad e«er awRnBercfror ntum 
<ttaic«nHni Ka tktii ntpA thtvugltout that 
nicht and the foUoving nurtiin^. ti^aaing 
UiB ' AitamooUKia' IVooi aide to ade like * 
nmrv [ilaytbJng among tlie wntera. The 
wcathvT waa tluck aiid dark. Slooping 
naa iu'inHathlB that nii|)>t on board tbi* 

* ApamaniDon ;' vnm thaw in mta warv 
tltKwn out. froio tbor atriking ngaioat 
the Tva^I'a Mt a« alv p to4i«L 

Tbe bertha of wuod tlti<d allitratishipa 
bltluraMusonttianMlndM'k lud worked 
to piMOh ehalra and tabiM were Lnikirii. 
oh<ata (if dravira Npalteil, and a liltlu 
•mf «u rutiitiitg or«r the lloan of iIm 
adana thL-macWia, ponntig miBtalare acoa 
to pcirtmanlMna, and branklng orer 
<-hag> qf eUan Unait. Vw-X as it 
Awed -iff by lhe«iippan^itaam«ta&ut«r 


by the hawaebolea and porta, wtiiW llio 
bwoaa and kueea rtntlncd vith a doleful 
noise, aa if it wai jmpcMiitilc tliey could 
hold together mnrh langwr; and on tlie 
wtiole it wns na miaenUoaadvron aoxioua 
a niffhl t» rtmt waa paaacd oo board iiny 
liniMif>fa«tlliviibip in h^r Maj«<ity*a wrvioe. 
Caplain Fr«'d_v ncvT lefV tlio p«fp all 
night, tfaoogh it wan hard irnrk to remun 
there, erm holding on to the |ioa]i-rail 
with both hiiBd*."— The next duy Buit«Ti 
were worse. '■ Three or four hoow mote, 
and the tomi>I hud home ail laliich abe 
muld bnr with mrety; tbe BMat* «ere 
ntpidly ^vtting woree. the dook coil worked 
ttoro ami mnro with eadi trrtncndmi 
pliragv, nnd ex«n if Wh thwH' held, it wa« 
evident that llie *liip itavtf woald soon 
strsin to piecea if the weather conUniMd 
•o. Um ana, IbixJng ita way throngh puvta 
and hawaeboles, had accuiunLitMl on tha 
lower deck to aocb an enieiit that it flood- 
•il the atokehnlc^ aa that the mtn conid 
•canwiy rmnnin at their poata, Evtrythlng 
went amaahing and rolling about. One 

Cge pat all the elcctriral iiiktrnniniita 
i« fombal nt a hluw, ami tl-vt-d anine 
barrela of atrong solntion of mlpbace of 
capper, which wtulcrniMii^aboui, turning 
all it touched to a light pen-green. By- 
and-liy ahe began to abip ecasL Water 
came down the ventikt^ta near the lunnel 
into the engtae-roon. Then a tremondow 
ara stntck her fcnrard, and drenched thoae 
on deck, leaving them up to thc<ir kneea 
in amtcr, and the Inut vpi-nerl on lioKrd 
could aoe that tbiuga wore fait gmng to 
the bad, mkm a ehuige took plaoe aithcv 
in the weather or the condition of the 

A little after ten o'clock on Uonday 
the Slat, the acpect or uOaira waa ao 
aiarmlng that Captain Prredy rvaoUed 
at nil riaka to try wMrit^ Qta ship nnind 
on the other tack. It waa hard encragh 
to moke the wonU of rommanil audituav 
but to oxei-nte tlicu acemod almost im- 
poaiU>l& 'Hie ship^a h<nd went round 
enough to leave luw broadi^d* on to iho 
aeu, and then for « time K aeemed aa If 
nothing eontd ba don*. All tha roUa 
wbifJi kh* hnd ever gtn-n on tha previoua 
day aeeioad mant trillea cxnnpared with 
kn- porfomaaeea then. Of nkun than 
too men oo deok. at leaat 150 wem 
thrown down, falUag over froro nde (o 
aide Id licapo i whUa others holding en 
to tOfts awanff to Mkd fto with erery 
hMTe. It nwly M«mfd ne If the la>t 
boor of the itoat ihip bad oone, and to 
th>* Biinute it tceiDS ahnoat iniraculuus 
that her maata hrid (m. ICach time ah« 
fidL ovar bar main chaltu went da>p undtr 
water. The lower dtoka wcm floedadi 


The SToiilklt/ InteUigfncti: 


thote tlwTO eoaU Iww bj tlie fwu-fol 
cnuhinfT. tud'iUe Kmid Ibe Ii<wnB rov of 
tliQ •tonu, that the ermU liad ^ loMa 
agtin belgir, and li4d broken utto the 
cngiae-rooni, tad wcra curjiBg >U b»> 

" During tli««e TfXS» tbo ■nun'deck coil 
•biflcd axrt to web ■ d«gni« M qaile to 
eBvelope four nwu, wbo. «)ttAiig on t)io 
bop. wont trj-JDR to weHgu it down iritb 
bMiM. Ono at them wu m umcli JummJ 
bf tlie mau wliich catn« iWCT fain Cfaat ke 
waa (uriouily coDtiuwd, and had to ba ro- 
norrd to tbc ucb-bay, audUng up tbw rick. 
ll«t to roriy-flve, of wbioh ten wore from 
Injurin cansed by the polling of the •hip, 
and TOry maajr of the rest from oontinual 
btitroe and c-inniure durtn? tb« gale. 
OiiM roond on tW ■latboard tack, and It 
WM aecn in an iu»Unt (hot tba alup m* in 
BO dtgroc nlieved b^ the chaiini. Aaotber 
beavy a«H struck her rorwnrd, sweephis 
dmn OiTtT tbe foropart of tha «ea«l, and 
oarryinic away the woodwork aud plat- 
ftyaw whidl ud b««n placvtl tJua-c nnind 
Dm taacbhtcrjr for un^cr-niniiiuit. Tl^U 
and a fvK more pluri|tv» wcro quite auS- 
cient to aclUe tbe matter, and at laat, ra* 
luotaatly, Capula FmOy fuccatnbtNl to 
tbo ftorm be cnuld ntithcr i»n(|acr nor 
ocmtVDd B^nft." 11* thnwToira nn h«- 
fiM tbe Mb tbo mat day tba t«mp«it 
■Imbed, wd lh« alup beat np for the rati- 

JCLX 17. 
3Wivir. — Very pafaifti] newi baa arrived 
from tbo lUd 8<n and fttn Candb. In 
bulb pW-ca than ba*« bean navaoeo «f 

JnliJab ii a port tm tbf BMd Sai inha- 
bited by a fanatied iwpnbrtioD, and tbe 
placa of hoiliiig for Henea pUgrinD. On 
Uw Iftth Juna tbs iMwidd auSieidy ruae 
and naanrrrd all tbe Chriitlaaa Ihey 
amid ky liarnla on. l-'in>t Lfacy attacked 
thv Eflcbab 0>n*v1. Mr. Puge, hodrod 
itftm ta piMic^ jtlimiiervd hia bouse, and 
'nn iEr<«» bia Bae. Nuit tbcy RSMihid 
■<1. th« VrtriM-h ConcuL I[<re 
vitb nalfttnncir. Tba CoMol 
. va' iiiiioi. )iiit hia wifa ilcw the aaaaann. 
^Brr danplitiT and nmnta fttwbt d(ap«- 
_fM*t7« xi'l ali>>'Ki*b Kowidad, the fbnia 
fiJfflptA ini« IbttltKOM of Lba Turtclth 
VsBicnanl. No fvmwt than furiy-firi* 
P(rM»w trcri) ilaln. llw next iBomint: 

' ' \<» hiif- 

in two 

'■. )iiii (iiL ix<i)iiv eii.-nMl tbam, 

i-raw* bad to Ira voUajra and 

■■ii.*. Tb« cnw «f the "QrclnfM" 

volnnUcmt to rtom th« tomu bat tbp 
Oo^anior aald lliat if a »lKit wcr* flrnl 
all tbv Cbriatlaaa wbo bad \mt.n uved 
aad ali«lt£red would bo fiamficrd. F(v«J 
day* I'lapaMl, anit thni Naniik Paaba ap-J 
p«nrMl wiUi 800 torn fram Mtooi. H4 
reetorcd ordur in aofos dcp<n». Tba a 
ortbe'*Cy<-lofM"kwbdwit1i Fnnoh < 
Enirliili colonm, om), BMnaled by a 
of Turkich inlkntry, buried tbe 
mititAry hononra. On ttie 23rd tiM ' 
clopa" rctnmed to Sno with twisty' 
Aigitive*. tbe reumanta of the 
at JnMah. 

Jin.T a. 

/iKfio.— Tekgrapbk doapalchfli ftwv 
Ca1<mtta to tba lutb and Hadiaa to th« 
Uth of Juno bare ooow Co hand. 

Tlic chief event reported li oae of p"^* 

" OwBlior WW recaptured (Vain the r» 
bcU en Uie twtb of Jane. The eavaliry 
and arUUery were in punait of tbi< eaeny. 
The Ranee of Jhaiui la reportvd to be 
killnL Scindla Ifft A|^ on the 13tb of 
June, to Join the (>nti>J India flcld-lfacce 
on Ite way to Owitior 

*• Ond* unliniiMl diatorbrd. In RobU- 
nnd all i« tnnqnil." — Analber dtapMdh 
■>a tint " tbe furcce nndn- Sir H. Bma 
hare retaken Uwaltor. after a aewe flghk^ 
of (bar boun on tbe HUtb «f June." 

Jrtr 84. 

Ctpe <^ Oaod Bopf.—Aiviem fnm 
Cape Town l« the 9th of June havn bc«n 
received. Sir Ooorge Orey pnMBiiad the 
ParliameBe on tbo 6tb. In hia aneteh be 
«oagmtnlatcd then on Uxnr labonn to 
pHKDow edooolaon. coeowa^ tbe atreain 
of Btmnean inutt^retion. ]MOTl<le ntooDB 
for oontmuhig aoa nwintainn)|{ thr prwit 
tinea of tatcml comimnlaation, ana to 
tmprM-e the ports of the aoantr;. He 
Ifaaoked tbam fat rifattol rapplica. 
b the iMt aaariod of the ti»l Cape IVIi4 
m«iit. and Sir Oeor^ Grey emphatical^ 
boire tMtttnony to tlM Ecal. wbdoin, 
ntUvn, and ■ffidant auftkoM of [la 
hen. Thia"ftr«l Parliametitef the Cape 
of Oood Hope wiU hare MtnUMied baUng 
olninia upon tbe gratitude of tba conbtry. 

JctT 2». 

Birca BothnUld, who baa fo menJ 
ywara hoen retmnied by tba City of Lon* 
don at one of tie nrmbaia, but imivg lo 
hb iiwWlitj to uka tlw onUu •■ oo (ho 
tnte fpitb of u Chnilian," baa noi brwn 
able to alt mmI vvtv in the Hoittawthi* day 
took the naUi to tbe new farm, mbA wob 
ngnlariy atlnntted to oil the prtTtlrKai of 
of a nemhar. 

W883 Promotions, Pr^ettnmU, ^v. — Jiirtha. 



*mt7\. CoL lU Ron. Au^. fred. IJMfU M 
k« «•« >C a JI.'iOtMqt* in Wkltlai bi OmUwt> 

y>M H. To be a KnUht of tlw OuIot, BU 
IKM irwikTMl MajMr. r<4io V.. Kuw ftt Por- 
tenlu>4Uw Alou-TCL 

/■fv I. CoL h«B«u Bottk Omcik Bejwmr 
to tw Etimry tn OntltMrr U> U.U. 

CM-tti* Jton.AftiiBr uvud nudiBxe ta b« 
■nnn to O. B-O. iba PrilM CMwon. 

fenb. BUrr, mi- ta bt laowwr «' PutariM. 

tmjam WUilasi Cowok, CM., to tw tbawten tn 
CMtoWT •» U.U. !■ InUML 

Oldhani tUrhnr, Mq., u W Prit»to SocrMaiy 

Charln AUaoa, Mq., w b* Enr^ Kamuitdl- 
maj aM HMItMr n«Blp«traUarr u Takenn. 
MiS, sir Buffb lUiui Rom, K.C.B., M b* 

Bl* ItivhnMi Hkhvmjali Jtui^ Baludoor Kacn- 
w Kunjc* » b« U llDOdckry O.C.8. 

Jalft. Dt. Andraw SmLiL. laie DiiMUr-Oini- 

wil A>v>7 ndlMl DepMisitiiL to b« ft K.O:B. 

J«tw iDflk, wq., to be HJU'i Jiiatli>M3nli. 

Chu. R•nU^ Esq., to W SoUnUor-Omnl Of 

Jtl» IB- AImlsiwIm HuteUnoQ Lavmiet, 
BM- Bennl CitiX iitrrUsr, i« b« • barunet. 

Maiar Ornrrnl air J&dim Oulruo. O.C.B^ H 
ba U*utn>u>t-Oeii«r*L 

Jul^ \1. Rlihiid Cuni*«U L,^, MO., to bf 
Aadliar4m«TBl. Halt*. 

Ill* Riffbl Hcoi. Dr. LiuUnBtun l« be Oeta of 
th* Areben. 

Pr.TtfirmTwiMtobaChaiiMUCTaftbe IKo< 
e«^c ur Londoa. 

Mr. Al»iau4«r la he Dlrtoiw-Q«n«nl e( Ike 
AnnTHctflcal DepftrtiticaL 

CB.ti:P1o«dMi, eaq., lo b* A>d«taiU-«e«l*- 
tarj la Uw Bewd nt OoBttol. 

Mtmhtrt retmnwd lo «0nv ■» Parliatatrnt. 

A'orfttk, BmI MruiM.— The Uon. Wranwo 
dtn-iKa Wahpola CUrk. 
OwiMrar/, If'Ml.— JobBSt.AQbiii.eiq. 
&a>V<n'<'-— ^ Stafford n*«UT HMtlieot*, bl. 




Iter «- U Uadim*. Ika >IS» of John Van 

/an* 11 At BodB, tb* wUa of Oadoa Pitt 
tytumii, «q., • ton. 

An* U. At Loag MItan Vtauaf*^ SenwrKt, 
Ibe vlf* a( Uh It**. J. KcMDlM P«wnri * tea. 

Jauld. AilUinik'>4U]l.Lradkiini,tbeIa4; 
Hanwei LwkMttaa. ft 4*0. 

Al atabMnrooon, hmt CWtMrOtld. Uia vift 
■TT. a. r* a *Mt. 

At tb> Vlomc«, Onat Clnato*, Ibe wlb of the 
JU*. □ y. BUM. ft a<n. 

Jmi« II. Tbe CooMtm Betmitorff, a aen. 

At Mansorf-para, Mr*. lU. Unr Oljr*. a dao. 

At tb« tjiwo, WUlctnireb, Ilia wtf* of T. R. 

At Duwfer apuw^ Haati, the wtf* 0/ iba Kot. 
JUM* A. WLllkma. a md. 

At Bar'a^U-lawn, Clwltanbam. Um wit* of 
UMt.-Col. BbBbriiii, ilh Br«t- H.N.I., *<aa. 

JwM It. At BrookiitlUbatl, naar AlhrMM, (be 
WAiafCbarbaMeIr, Jan., tMq., a dan. 

At BtilfOFd-park, Orojiko, Mrv Georie A. 

Al EOarkvr-hooM^ ltlehli>Mid, ttomj, Mia. P. 
Bramra Bali a dM. 

Jim* IS. Tba wllk of Uaf. Rfglubl Knatob- 
bnU. ■ Mft. 

At IW Abtwr, Cribrldf*. the «lb of C. Lug- 

/«■• ]». AC HaMotef..eq^Lre, LaaduiL, the 
Tlwannime OardhiMk a mb. 

At OnaoMd-bOBM, Nv<ibfM«o, McnwMtb. 
aMn^ tta wUe oriobB Balratt, mo., am*. 

Tb> wifa ol Kdwmd BanUum HoAlna, eaq., 
a£MAb*ioa'-biU, Mat War#. n«It«v * MO. 

At B*rttltT-M.. tbt vir* of Join 

J^ttti. At onm oikv M<ld»MB. War- 

«lckahiE t, KiO •!&: of Ja*. WabcB, M4- ■ ■^■ 

At W'larn A«««>rr. Udr Booilibr, a kml 

At QuHnVgardiMa, tiTdt-fark, the wife of 
WiniaMi D«v. MQ.i a ton. 

AtlWruf UnrllaU. DollOMJe-Uaon, Ota wife 
ie(tktiu> Xd*wit UoIBh, a aoA- 

At TtntwiAaif. (MLtabaa, th« «llk of 
7«mb AftbM. aa^ aOau, 

Jtmr D. At North^LalL PrattMi, OandoTir, 
IIiat>> tba wifa of Bucb Ward teobdari, aaq., 
a *cB, 

At CodMatuion* Ktctorr. Dcnet. Iht vUi of 
the HvT. Fradtriok A. Bakrr, a ■cm, 

J<mt M. Tbt wUc ef VTUUaa Pater JaUUfc, 
no., boirluer^l-la*, a dao. 

>tiaf it. Al WcnaltT OMMr?. tU Boo. Un. 
T. Orde Ponlclt, a dau. 

In StftBbopeHtt.. IlT1l*-pvk■«■rdnl^ tb* arlfa 
of Cal. Iildvard Warde, IIotbI JkrllUnj, a ton. 

Juit' 16. At Wet]bouni«-lod<«, tbt wila e( 
thv HcT. F. UinorTk Stafioti, s ua. 

Ai Cl«iean«v-e«,. Byde-iiart-inwdeB^ Umim, 
Ote wifeof Uie If«d luiliopot IUmk. aacn. 

At Elnfl«U-lddn SouOiall, LaarCMk^a tn. 

Al Vppai Wiatpolt.*!., the wCb <ir Wnilam 
Itajor Oika. «eq.. a daa. 

At thr Priar;, ^t«t Uaulaer. the irlTo ut Wn. 
Muar* Uofi, (aq. a ton. 

At EaiD-bank, Drid||e ol tarn, Uie Han. Ida. 
Botio. a daa. 

Jhm0 17. At Bl Andnra, the wire or John 

lUvT, aaq., of lAabewaiL, a dan. 

In Caw bridge »l^ Brda>paA-aq.. tho wife of 
Oecvte IL Adatn^ eaq., bamrtar-at-law, a daa. 

At HelDomb^-plaea, Donet-«i., London, tha 
vn it Oeonn Bittubtan Bvom, aaq., a aon. 

At Veeniiill Raeiery, Bene, Ifao wUo of tbe 
Ba«. /. A. BvtVt A 4av. 

Al AlaaUaiilaoe, BdJobDifti. (he Oowtleaa nt 
KlMor*. a dan. 

Al Brde-park-wi,. Ibe vlfr ol Oapl. BtaiLie 
fiaaaqy «r KastweU-baii. xutltM, a daa. 

At SMtid-h(Ku*, TTilta, tta wUe of BeQT7 
Wndbam. aaq., of BanndhlU, SamaneL a lOfl. 

Tbe Bw. Hfa. Aabtaj- foalonby, ol koUand- 

At Blagliain, Koeblki tba wU» or Ohaa. Craw- 
1IW7. ea^., a daa. 

Jumf M. At Bolna-patlt, Devoo, Ibe wlUe of 
Bmr; B. T, Wttj, aaq.. a «m. 

At CemreAall, tba wife of tba Re*. K. L. 
&it(a. aacn. 

/iiao K M the Pan«M|«, *t. Oi)ahla.:hi» 
vr«d, ibr wife ar tU Bar, Baa. ty^jn fUbtn- 




Births. — Marriages. 


AtUlcllectatT. HoOnlrr, UMHirvorUM Act, 
BlclWPl W. W. ODbbotd, * ton. 

At WinclMvlcr-*!.. Bcalmm<*q., tbt «tfc of 
Woi. CiisiptirU AIiMalrr. Mq., ■ (Mt. 

jimrao. .\l KllbnMiuuior, D«( FlTBOBlb, 
U)D vilt of Umiijr Lopes oq^ ti>rTl«t«r-M4<Vi 
■ iliu. 

At W«KlUiul-*llt*, Batb, Ibo wir« of Col. 6. S. 
Tinar. ft dmt. 

Z"''j'. Nn. PolhUI Tnnwr, of Hvwbwj^ 
fa>U. B«OlcirrJ>hlrv. ■ im >od bnr. 

JUyl. At Uu*«wd. [Le wUbDfH.B.Tre- 
liirR'jr. rwi.. ■ KJn, 

The witv ol C*pt. I'hltdcn TbompfOK, « mii. 

At Wlnblolod-tMik. Mr*. Jobn remilaglaii, 
• dun. 

At Snta Cnt. Madeira, lb« «[fi> ofTr. AniM 

Mewart, ••«,. of w»l«r t'loa, VtniuUra. ■ mb. 

yxJaS. At IlaMcbdrt4adf«v Kliicar41iKadib«, 
(IM «lr« of URit.-ODL Bmn BUBMnr, • du. 

At HtUmMlb, tbo w.(r a4 CuL lUirvj Ho«r, 
• MB. 

./■fya. At WatTord. NorUuwirtoniUTV, L«£r 

Rmitrv. > KML 

At fiiiltinxioa-imk. (hiftinblibv, Mn. CbarlM 
CtmlmiMiilrln. a Km. 

Jk/y t. Tjte DiidMn of SlatltenMfk, « md- 

Hue VlietiuiitBw Kavill, ■ da*i. 

At Uic AdaurBttv-hanic. Hfatcrrans tli« irilb 
ofCoansi. Hurvf, lUN.. ■ ton. 

At EMwiatlwrntCt the trifli of Bafk Haia- 

At Sandi. !■ tb* oo. of Dwbam, (te wire of 
Mark CM. taq., a dtV. 

Ja^r 1. At PapplMrM'hall, Koti4, Ui* wU> 
ofK V. Walwr, fM.,aitia. 

At Billaraaibt, l>>pwb>rk. the «rfl^ of Btajnr 
B. J. Wruafvm. a Om. 

At ih« R»cfaiTT. Noflli rMhattoa, Soai«n«l, 
IbcwihrofT. PintrrvBnMitiiiMd, taq., &4a«. 

/uJr «■ At lVpi>«r.hall, ToriDblrr. Uw «th 
of Wiuiam t'mUnck Wibl^ mq-< a dia. 

Al Hwkak*, Ike oib of Ui.-ul.>Ct>L Onm, 
■ •M. 

Al BMraB-tarh. Hirarthaw.blll. Kn. Joha 
ItOMtfflan, a mi«. 

At KotUnwr-hUI. bmt RmObk. B«tkk ilia 
»rt*«.flbrl' ■ ■■ —— «. —. 


burn. Ill Al' 

J<.'~ • 




AC .. -,.. ... 
Out. FbKTUu, ■ ikuL 
,fbf^ 1«. Al 1^ U«B, TdfUMMth, tail Uh^ 

ila of Oil. OodI- 
<-n, ■ WB. 
' -■ T I '< lit !>-■. U/ilc.patk, the 
-iT«»,»«l,, a Km. 
I 'kk^ WoodmaBitrni*, Sanvr. 
■ '-.frs. ».ii. ft wa. 

<r CanlrrbBrT, the wife 
rii, a >«iaud<Lu. 
' '''-TtTbanan IbakMli, 

. tlalAn, dia 

-- ■ wa. 

rr, Itcctoff 

Mrt «lte of 

ErvtoD. willow at Sli John H»fiBntM«bBrt.,«( 
Uaglia*a, to Uia ocniHii «! Kwifeiaktiliu A 

At Edinbiirab. th« wtf> of A- Klwul Natkcs- 
Rb, nil., > *■><■ 

AiCaiui«b<r^ - -' -^-m.owirtfcofXBatb 
Tbn»MOGi~h ilau. 

AiTivatLV |«|JL, th««U» otlto 

BCT. IInir> ■ 

J«>$ II. ^aMI*. Hn. KntlaD 

Wrtnrui,n\ I ,1)4 bar. 

-I. ■jiiM'a, kUd of CSfA. Li 

< i.'itsuai" of JcTMtj, Ibrcx ilMn. 

tier. F. Bptimll. Hcrior gf 

i--iJ.BTFLiiL:[-(-, rj^«a, a dau. 

At KallaM-ffatr, IbC wUfr «f OWT* KlfV. Ci<i 
ba/rlitriMU-lao . ■ ■>«. 
J ,„(.., y -vnKatUrtlU, lirraemBhi, tb« 

«ifr I ' : : ' "I ' > ■ aon . 

At ! .'. l*arna'«.rTfBn, \«utitl»«»a, 

Ibatl.l..--. o-^v, i>. HlKlU«ll,r-- " '' ' 1.. 

Al ibe watde a w of brr faili' • "■ 

inark-bUI, Havniy, llic wlls of . lo 

Rkad*s vtq., a asa. 

/"■'y IJ. Al , llrlsnit-^., Iba 
mytoot of her motlNV, t't<«u<aiit«a iMarw- 
Tan, tbe Ladr Marir llope Va*. a hm ami b*1r. 

At Kion L'olJPMP, 111* «l(k af tt.v Rrr. Ufa. 
Une lUtiBXf , a aob. 

Al CbMUv^q., ftflKUKfa, tW «U« <>( llfttpti 
LBdto«LilmM.e«., tum>tet«l>U«, ada*. 

At Afaudb-iiUot. eAl(LbB)sl>> tli« ftio. Mn. 

Lcwia Ofant. a dau. 

At isritukbiknu OxMd. Mtm. Ibf Wlft of 
lirat. Ct>L Duttlnt, CoUatnan Giumb, a Aaik 
^>ryi4. Jitckir-li!lL£aftrii^l(nrAlfinMi 

Attiti-uil. twin iliui. 

A I TUhncloB nKtorr. miavrtll, SOMCK, VU 

%Ve '-,%■'■- "-■: ■■ r" '-'--'-. VLaunrsoMlb 

Ctnit , It. 

Jftii' .|iliici. the ■■ih 

iifPiP.,,. , ■„..,. .u.,..,-.^., ^1., b*«*MW-M- 
law, a aw. 

At WvMtaouniemrrr.-raad. ltwt>lfw«rc tU- 

BUtlMi Oiwluw. a ao*. 

•'"'rlA- TbrBmf««<airC*«iiaaa7Uii»r'v«li 
twtn aoti*. 
Aiv tlHvUcorntvvnlBiitbnA, 

Al I .-, srtm tnirtm'-PiBd, Hollo- 

Way, '. ilcrkk RaiUlM cq^ a dan. 

At : I, UaiB[»miL lb* •tlBr uT 

FrobJ , .olJJneobiVJ&lLbKrrlalat- 

at-i»i., „ ,.,.. 

Julf i: Ai PuiMVj, IliF Hob. ILn. TiaUiWi 
uf Iirilmali, a >ub. 

'■ •■'■ '■■■ '■■'■--■ '-raih. Ifta 

ill Uba, 

At M uoiiEctiiB-cal;, IkMi, Mil. WUmi. CchIci, 

• wn. 

,(iaN 11. At Bellc^nrd-imaiuv, MM 
liDCuUiblfv, lh« <alfp «I tCdvud FMOuck, ■ 

* Hill 


irvktiM, LlMHra IvrotlA^ enlt da». of Dia lat* B«t,T. Mwd 

I, t'Ai^x r-.n i-r IltrllaMM, H.A. 

.'t». Ai»rdMr.*»ifdDfio«7*ufM 
ua UttBn.fHrlftanlMtMBniMnia, 
' ft'»utktiaa-k*B, AunnUhtr^ mil Dot* 

> rbnaUlrr. t« rUur . -M 

■U C, U t>. ratii Tf 

i.irji.. i|i.i,i. I,, -ii.; i'Ill>J ■•! JaHv»«lJ.lV;''«"i™( ■"' *"^*Mi- 



" WUtrk 11 . ki. ncuui OVA. MMftt Annt, 
~ ' , Ju&n X. nAtT. «i^., of UncalQ, to 
.«reM<l dan. of tli* Uto Gljlxm Mt^^H 
I wMii* of Tbim<* tIaibcT JobriK-o.eiq., 
In, inci '''rvNviiim'lk- L, I'nj. Lwidfln. 

- rf, Ckuln Hjjik^ arcMnd 
V . B«it>«^ •« WOTtlDtnorIt), 
ii»1 ifau. ol ttio laLe Brfi^nln 
r. r*n . tit L'W'lon. 

I. At II«TiaiiiK Llrut natk JIcN-ilc 

prrniTtCnir 11 M .'i eun-tioiu, " Nollle" 

T>jFr, BS., ti> Miiri. 


M MaMrr^am., 

I. to tUrabetii, 

lUti (iitk, Knif bt, niM 

•1. W Rnrri-il, M.B.. Staff- 
iir } <i - 1 : . iin, Mpoad <!•«■ 
■I. iiral, CUibIa. 
' t'l«ilctat>, Km 

■ ilvr, tu Huijtila 
:-j nr :li-i», mi., 

rrih I 

tTl-«aMa It III' 
>W. At 

s Prrd. 

lllHih;! Lt'lti llrjIi:Qt.'1.' jLJTI, UcTO^, 

J, fouagm iLiu. «( lb* ■or, 11. V. Lkv, 


M MiMir«*l. KobHt MilUr. wq , to 
llr int da*, of Col. Bav'Or. Uo}>l 

^A 1 (nm-dMi. <( the btt JiWiir-tiiii. 

iKt Jlbll h->«SBCD AsTHir. K-C-R. KIM H..C.II, 

Mi W^»rTlr>(U>M. ALtK4 IboiMf, twi- oC N(T- 
fcm-loJer. rticfkiic. lo Marjr, jmuifnt dau. i>( 
•■ ' • D«nc«, t»<|. 

• I -iM. C«itflfan>)iiTf, lo 6*t*tt Fian- 

•>■■. ^ I -ir ..r-i <lau. of Kten GuiiiMC llionaui, nq., 
0( Lia»<iB 'ml Ut«fd, 0»Tllfc>tlfceiiMitte. 

tl Ltcltenham. Itw Rei.Urann J^notCiMBcri 
trr. ?(onbaMM>«Mdt*, to M«r* 
ihUil or AUm Korria, rai,. Bur;. 

RaOwrtllU, TtwmiU Ballon 
fH| , l^jinaitrr X.N., tu Mary Foster, 
lUii. of ShuMi Ilanaxil, e«q^ Ul« of 

.11 K<tte>LMKWCll. th»K«*. KdouU 
I., fiir<r« I'l Hkopx***. I'mvilii'i'lfo, 
vldHt lUu, uf t). i:. ,IT 

I. r^^ Bf bviOE 

Wnr nir(>l. . -\ \ . 

' ' 'i onlj «ii •" fvi'ivrt 

., fiunur-a(. In U^rj 

I KMka Ku*l, foq., or 

1, Hmn BiikuM. of 

.1, tu Swtfca CUpc, 

.1^ I'bUlp Tluawan, »>i|., 

-pL, ud h>nu«r>y ol tile 

f W. (^tUTOW 8ii 

», fiWBf-at.wltliM. 
.1 All Owue lUlUMn, 

i:' Cvton Xantuin, otq., at 

:'>«-««tU, Co'^ft' Kit, J. W. 
i>.|., ■'..•J r BmU Kajpnirr*. OI AlTrf 

luiii, tu C<i:,rriiit !>., iU«. of ilifl bt« 

■Dck. SL U^j ■ trie-, Cokbialrr. 
iM«l,UdMMiMl*.JaIia WbtLik- r, (■)., 
I Oowffa. I tw w aitaltt MI'I (ilaap^fm- 

VvW EUMfcMk AiiB,tWHt itaii ot R. 
|, of Ueitli'BcU, ■■■aonilalg. aod 

ii4.ia ««w>nH. th* Rrr. r^o Fitx- 

..,_., .,1 . ,.,.. Qiiypi, 

IW'H > SloaMT 

*t M «.i-; •'-..... .^^ M.;-" i.<>icll, CB., 

ftf^kl rniHMn, M aifertlM MkMVH-, TWiC> 
Oxn. MiQ. You CCV. 


tu dau. of tlu 1>U CMTBt Bi»tki Ml'. •( M- 

At Kdinborch.ftlelurd Tunrr, Mq^cif Tm- 
bfUgo M'c'.la. Kvnt. lo Anne Ai>r'ut>< jininvMl 
d«n. <tt iht itAt JioMM Bare, luD.. o*q-, H.D., of 
Chhln-lialL Uid-Lotklan. 

J^n II. At LttBIKItiin. r>»li«ac4 WilU 
Blrkrlt*. FH)., latF S(Cr>'tirj' to Cbuac I >l MkU[t> 
till', to Inany G>TlnHtc, etilr*! flaii. ot TiHiuiM 
TIiciiuHia, uq., U J)., furaicilf uf SlrallbKlWMl- 

At WrndoTpr. G(aT|n DeniT Watl^ aaq., of 
T>'*lcli*iik, tkrkt, to Konh Watioa, eMert diik 
ofC-l. J. Gnili»n.n.El'C.fl.. ■iKlr'VH^-daii.ef 
(ifii. Sir Junei Wmmo, K.CB., of W«iiki*«T- 

At Itic MtliMlikL U'or«C(t«T, Ibe Kai, Edmskd 
Vvrdon Anctr, il.A., ir( Craiii, [Vrlijt'htrr, 
*M«M loa ol Jcbn Antt^. «»),, cf ^imirOTin**, 
to r«nn]r. tnurlh dau. ut Ikn lulr Ilt^m W>a' 
tnii«li«aiUi*oc>iiibc;.«M. ol»tBiiB>orF,MlilJ'rMn. 

A> Chrut Cliunibi QuIntoD. IV \lei. ).iiue» 
LUIfov PaiitiOD, of- Si. Utlpn's L'»ic='*liin', lo 
Kmiiy il'iditoiiirri, dau. ol T. H. Witwn, e^q., 
tfiry-iiiU, Ualntun. 

Ai IV<ni.|>i<it. wllllaiB T. Hcnl, nq., ot iSa 
War brMrtmcbl. Woolotcb, to Knma Yotlui^ 
d>H. orCapt. Harrr l«nl KlchanU, %ayt,\ Nary, 

AI edlsbvmb. Otwni* CuUpt, nq., (if Fnw 
bet rf -lower KiirliBinlicrlviil, to Juic AnindcU 
M. Aubra. ftdcrdau. or li>t lat« XVillUin Wood- 
njvk, i-w. 

AI DidibDiT. th« R«T. r>ldBrld K. rmcoi, in- 

cumWut "f SI. Jolio'*. Duklnffldci. to Hrlco, io« 

eoiid dan. of ti. WkihinctoD, fK-. c4 I'arkilrhl, 
Dlil>tjui]r, Ldiicublir. 

At lUrnMitc. Ueui' Rnb'rt B»frl«j' raj, 
TLN-.Mmof R H.C«l. loUollta. Vak, Runon c. 
InAumaua ttrSokU lUnkUur, tlnn. d( Kothrt 
tUnktns, CKj., of ihe V*lfc Mau^atr. tat* of 


Ai St. Ciconre'a, n«iiortT-«q., Tranri* Jonc«, 
TounEcr KrD of Cb-iT>tf> il*44liin«, 1^., talc col- 
]«*>oi of H.M-'ii CnaioLQi, Hcrtnud,!. to AnDle 

Ftmocvi eKkr d«i. of Judm Oomi, t^., or 

Jim* M. At EC Goonp't, Hinavtr^q., Ih* 
IUt. John Itanwjr IUnkiB|i, PelleFW rotninonn, 
B.A-t Otintt -I N. Huy**. BlrkmHMd, tn Julia 
Ifluiaa. Iblrd daa. of Uw Ulo John Geo. Cnekclt, 
rwi-, or U^clOTt' CMDmoBft. 

,/••<■< I«. At Si- Goorfr'*. llinerfT-^', th« 
I.->fd Nifrl k-nnedr. tro.bei of thg Marqsli of 
Aim. lo t-aihrrlna jknnr, dau. of Ihr Utr Major 
J«nwi* rtti > Uar. 

1b Dn lie. U'Jor O. Cxniirall. 9SrU HI|rS. 
lanidcf^ to Aoini'ta Aiuit*, kcodJ 4>u- of lb* 

late Btlgadler Wilwu. Mib IttrL 

^im* 3!, At I'unimooili, ■ Itnl. Ciotie* t. 
Narca. Hoinl X**;, loUarj-. cUlrat dau , and at 
th* aBc tun*. tYuicU UMde twUMnt. m., of 
Iitarliin. Sinimot. to Katr. aoratd daa.. of Wn. 
UiHKt. cK)., Inairr. I'ottMDoaili. 

Al TrfHttj ci<i.n;l.. Mi.i)M».ir, IheR t. T.H. 
J. TTTWllItt, UJt.. atuilrm ofOiri-l (hnreb, OK- 
r-riF, to KlUn Ann Hpcitirt. lUu. of t^wncw 
Blanbooe. rtq., and Ladjr Sunbapr, of 

A I Kiapiton, ItirtM*. Ilnatt. Umt. Edwird 
H. II ftuiliin, ut II.MJ^ "Cuii>n4."on1;Ma 
Of Ckpi Kriaklin. lt.K.,i(> HaTrict Ballanu, only 
lUu. orr«p*. M U. Uracil. UN. 

AI M. AKdiTM't, UoiWrn, ii>* Rr*. Sdnraad 

fidovdn, M.A., M AUh' Aim. cUcal dan. of ilao 

RFt. J.T.Tuofaod.U.A^itMtororu.AnafVw'f, 

At >!nbliiff.U«|arM«v40ollrnMuiiBi.l*W 
lit Ika TMk lUfhlBBdMiL lo LTdU. tHr* dan. 
of tk* Mt. W. Edn BfCtor of ^«lBtus and 
■fang 'lion. 

AI ruddinaMi. &c«luXL <U*rt ■•n1<laifl •«■ 

of ArilMU Kvll;. ■ a., of KcBf, VX-rtM. lu Jiaoti 

MaUlaod, Utfe daa. of Onry vrilwa, «aq., of 
At Bt.JiMi'l. WMttwnMvtnw, tba Ba*. 




Il««r7 T. rtckfrtng, lucMmWnl of AakHcM. lo 
kaallr H*TT«r, hnmb •too. of tut l"!* H«)u( 
Wnan«U Waluriftil. ofll.Jl.** «Itl> Kr(t., 

A\ LymiwarU. Sarrer. WtlUaat Mannlcr, w 
toad »w> oC U<TW Hi' A-B«H. m . of HI. rMii-» 
nwriinriC L«niLan. IB Uataarft BHni. ■ m il 
A«u. «t HUbATd time, «n.. of LrsixO^' i- 

^•Ml3.»t CUphun.SbWniBii' I. 

of ruura; -iMVMiUHl C«»lflr*v-cfl ' 
to rM-lino Lvuhk, onlit dwi. of Sn ' " >. 

b-Ti.. or }C(<rc Md KdUifUala, AbcrtUvtuun, 

Wkd IlimiD-Wuiid. 9urrvT. 

Al »i. Juut*'*. PKcaoiilr, TbMBM. NMod wm 
ot C. T. Timn. mq.. tA W««U<hBlL R«rs. (u 
Mrab Aanr, iUcm 4«u. o( t'^iatU Dalnl, nq., 
ol Bailiml ■«>'•. 

At W.Uo*. air Ucnrr Verat^. b*n . M P., oT 
ClBrilMi-bootP, Back*. U Plaacn PaMhraap*. 
ablMl dM. of WUI-.m Unnl M|{)iviir<l«. >*4 > 
of KibIiI;, llanta, mil Ln limit, lleibj-ahlic. 

A( ii*atn«li,Kantl W«)n.Uir KoK V H. 
FtoilMii IncBcnltfiit of }^hi|iic. Klnuidiuniiiir, 
loU«n,fldiM<lia-.uul llw Rvv. O H OiUinit, 
B.A. Wadluiii CdArttt inroiil. Id Mlfa Ualjr, 
fUBitii diiB-, ar tlvc It^. J. iUilmto. Kvitoi of 
LLMuadiiin, hat\rtej. 

At MiMfcnUt, KoMTt nijikraanr* Parkin, of 
Praibrl^hK-vdliu, Bajswiter. eldut sm ol Bi^hcrt 
J. IbainluB l^klB, oaq ,afJ*n«)i, to Hut Alice, 
eldftt diM. of Juka KDoslica, cw|.. of 'iVklfaid 
ftukk-lwui*, OU ItkOunl 

Jat* M. Al tttfldct. Chattea TlktimM II»d<OB, 
tM).. U-A, Uf^ MMWf af U>* Or»aiiMr wclio^. 
Drwiol. ca [jcki(m MaTik VOat, Mcaod d>u. oT tbe 
\M» frWt't IUniin«aA, Mq., (TIUUm. 

AtCunDtry, tbe ller. SjsiijtI Cowrajr. H^i 
TlcarofCMH.. vvnwlitrf. tu riarrtn,tMiwtila«. 
ofJobr. < I ■ wq.. oflltlrof , Uwci PM y. 

At >• .t«n.wi., Ijmaan, \titioi»M 

T«ii(i !■ . .T i?i.- I'.irl ijf I.inliumr. to 

.-.f-li.ll, I-'i. 

irn'i, 81. tj''> 
< . ru , KIB U£ V. < 

•■I, M> Mnir DollnftrJl 1>«l<c>. 
•.-%»■ W. Dclon, Hrrint o(ral>. 
t<y bit vi.vmA •Ifr. Uaij S«iaB 

;n(tr H'rrtSi™TTK--trT. . Kmlimln 

,L-. Ti.iir.i'.r 1 'aI-Iaih-j 

'i"« OnKn, •w|., 

I Ubt 'fbuniaa 

.-, lo haiUila, 

' ' 4 ii.K JnliB Ki-as* 

Y«t*«4« BmilUB. top Af tba Uk aad 1 
«f the pttWM Uii4 Ciaonomt, lo 

CB||ipc4 da«. nf Janm ntshv. M.D , of I'-Ala* 
tb, PhrUclHi !■ CHlMrr w tbt Uum la 
Scothnd. _ 

Al Kullunipteti, Ibf Ilr*. jMbuxi Ttti h 
U.A.. Dt OtifI t'sdric*. OxIWil. la Jal«, 
Ami. of Oie H**. w Parbvr IVrtr, MA, i 
WdI of CbiAkhaaitAi«>«iiIi-^laillwi ~ 

Jint H. Al M. Kmlri, n>«t.«tw 

ymaifttt urn ol Hran IUimmcmI. m., i 

of rutnl««l'HBn MM yoMiilcrt to J**i Ai .. 
TO Bn f il dan. of BMjaMl* llalBiuiwr. tm} , il 

At Wpurrtng, IImU. rwterick Pelt am. Po 
■taadtr H.9<., jmrngnt mm uf ttm liw Ad 
Wairrn. of P.u'-cinut, la Ann i 4'buhilli', tMa 
dku ul Ui* Ul4 Oiil. K-r UcRtf HluiwD 
Ji..t-. K-S. 

At If nMrtilffv. Km*, lb* Ktt Jobu Wiiniiif>| 
Ion BUM, Kamd ■« of the lluH Hi. Jm 
BUw, ilmku Jailf* «tf llm Aupn-n* C url irf 
PnnjaM of No*a UotO*. M Uana, T«>trnl >la<£1 
of ibcBfi'- ll'^T} Uurimi, RMUirorMMliMML 

y»r It. At Sl Uartlii-in-th«<Ft*ldt. CaiwlM 
8ti'*l, »^ , Ca^. Ittk iJiiwna, ■Idaat auB i4 
Maju -t^n. tit Srndaiiiitrc Wuult aiMl. E CO.. 
Ill Ann. r'srulln*, U:li4 dtu.nt ll>* H*T. Mr JoM 
P*n Vtoo<>>l..«f KlreiilitU-tf.. E -svt 

J>nk*SI, Al lU^ar Druuittuuci. 
Mm iaSM* Ikinoa, m^., A.IU ' 

of tb« \iitie Caaoa Wilvn. of lli« ^! i-KlirMt 
OiikRlnl, la Ml» Anal* CMmun. 

At Hi.CnwceV Uasuicr-«q., Jaain llatl. «i4^ 
ef lbs InlaM Krrcnav. tn Elton, «MMM <)•«, 
af Wimnn Unrt--. tt^L, iol* iif FtlMihirr. t»A 
m>vl-..'iii, <if Xhr l:\i; John BcMI, <aq., •!_ 

-i.tho Km. WillU 

V. . . I i-i n( Chnat I'll*; 

lull 1 . ii-TiDi-njCdttrrtnrKitiiJ 
' lUr, UIUUm W. P)ii>, K(clor j 

, Jaom H. timtiit. n»., Ui KrbMM^ 
UIU of tb« Kvr O. WMi|U«,ef 

, John <i. Manadan, 
.., HeUatar and Oan> 
.. »aJ Iirpaljr Uvat 
til baplila tit llvit«- 
to. U.Uuttib(»> 

for tii» . 
furf. (ill 
wmtii, I 

AIS" • 

too, TT" - 

•or ■•' uli- ) lip ij!> r i> i-i'iiii', ■ 
Itoti. ft ElMBU. duL e( Un. Wj,. 

Al Itkkmatul. Ilurr 
o(llnMg*ifi«T..To • 
F.r\1'lf, 'IrVii iln 

itUlMll Jock- 

' --JMcb 




"1. "-I-. 


nI. Ma*- 


- ilau, uf 

i.rciiiv. >n<i Ji IN 

Al MvUrMlMt, llr.-. 
1^1. T ■ r huliri*. II. 

^ .ti.tUn.ofU 

I' ii.-vt-m 

III 1 1 1.' 1, n -.. 
1"C Wtpj . 

tl l.i"T V- 


It iLin 

411«l Al M. tjfirw''*, lUaom-*!!., XUiut Juba ft. 




I Cto Ulk Urtbt Un(4"iu. (o Uu-- 

VS. AOmwIi, b'lt. 

Ooulwt 1*1« of Usn. Ur. 

hiiw d H. Taekir, of BMn*r*i«., liTariHinl, 

< BUSi^ib ll«r7 KnaUad, lUsH <*«. «r Jobn 

, (-^., bM of >i*Bij. PCI. Down. 

■dtenhtift, tb« Rpt jsha FoKlcr, IIMd 

III Ika (iTKiuiuu sci.uot. lixoln, la 

tan. ot Ik* utc w. u. B*llc;. fn., 

n^owei ftrtflitM. 

r> Umfd. TWWUM •»& oC WU- 

n*. (Ml; •arrtTitti 4aa. e< J«im« 

M AjftfftacluM. VUllun IlilKR. Mq.. or Wool. 

feMHL UpTwiL U«*D*i. M £1 r4t>nb llo««r, 
U Sl M*/r AbbMtX Ka»<Uiton, Udvud 

VImMiI S^w, CanBUidn R.S.. Ihlid too ol 

Of HI- Ho*, fnaakk i*tiav, m UdIm ArtbtiU. 
kital du. of hi> Kic€llno* Col Ilill. CuteriKir 

^Obm M- RimAukTm. Dmtrt. tha tvr. Eit 

0* riUlUp* Wtdm. HMtor ol BouU 

I7. F.M*i. to Aa«W. laciMKl 44ii. «t ike 

II' rr.nirii.n.*-. 

,. ^., ^' JutlB CuBltlllt, 

l-n ' (talMm. Mijnr K. Stiwcm. 

hto t.;- , ...^^ ..i<t RATitrtT*, MA «( Ii«ttl.-1.'al. 
fcrna^tawij ol B 11 '• :m]i Bmu io Aunto 
l0iLMr«Miau(C. Orli-'.eHiTclMtMnkun. 

»• |trniri.,r n,:. ., l(nja Rkardo^ tm^ at 

to lOica, dm. o/tha 

.;..;,.....,'•, II»iK>*n>^..Mr Ar- 
ahthnit I4jir ianubcll. Ixn.. lo Lailr ApiM 
Omn*or, <an.«t im Uuiiuu •>1 WrtuaLnvur. 

Si l.n.r.r'., !hr X*T. WUtlUIl 

I dou . of rraikru 
1 . :. (.Ubvn AMmK, 


lain We*kn, ou., of Wtllv- 

[frti*" . ' J. I* UmrtiBti eUtwt dau. of 

lliiri trlii-3(Uarvlr,«w.,of EhMnid.wUoitor. 

Al U"dbi>rr.rapt.4lu(lMl.luvanLlLM.A., 

na 'if lni'Eril K Rirntnl, Emna-iiliea, fluoe- 

fenaw, U Mar <r All nf .J till 4(1* KilwanKunlr •Lm. 

£■!«)■«. uf Ibr IbU Js4i&Cdiaardii,or U'artJiiK- 
■nw. HaatL 
Al OmU> Oifry. IbIib Mm IlaKkrr. *aq., 

, M QhiIsU*' Bi-nrSctU, )vuB||r>l ikui- <if 
r. R-J. MMdr, I'^mrCBMleC-ry. 

t^lCMklie, llw Urf. (lUbrtl C 
•«h,^,V«l••[ Abh«i>j,Wor«Mtfnhirt, 
Jaae, tUrM ifeu. o( llw kte Hkkanl 
■^ ^1, M^., uT PrvMun. 
^ WMlTanlnK. Kuwi. i>jc Iter. n.t). IVtiilv, 
I ^ftnt ftf f natlfd, lu Ij^llb l-iaocn, rldnt itaa. 
iJUt J , W. Wa)t«f, Vitir ot W*»« TkTriax. 
. JiAn\ Vltom^aa., HmTT K. ShvuI, 
LlLX.. to AOM Ual7 U«k, mU «Wld of 
Ilof Uc«, a*^^ air CulBai^l-tatlmcai 

iki M7)lnf't, BmaMono-aq., TajWr Lwn- 
""LNajm. ana., fiivi. au liMain. lo Muy 

i Chulotte, diB. ot Ori. FiMtet, Drjiut j> 

H,Wam«MnUl». th* ft** U. narrfa, 

,.Ja* and ToKir of lla(iMni ViAlrfir, 

^•Bd BkK4 of W IMiM^ne IUhcI, WUu, 

tar Mar.*!!, joanfnl dan. uT Uir Ut« 

' — -) JODM, Mq , aT CtuaUirtOB-liauw, 

ft Al A* R«r*l Banilw Ckap*l, Var- 
"L dwito* H. UtrUitfMiv. rM|., «( UllM 
p. Worae^nUr*. to EIW* M . Ufn, 4»tt. 
> /OMiM RaMt, auf- "* llnBDTMtida, *«. 
/Nfft. Al WMMtmd.Al«S«BdfrJil>tT7,M4.. 

(i( l>iiik-4mcMl. SOritac. to OnnriMa Man 
Ana, «ldial da<i. o( Jobn iMmtam, CaniMtal^ 
M'aiiflMd, Emm. 

AiM.riul'-. Knijtlii.fcHjlw.'t"?!*". William 
Wi-aUll. U.A., lK>iit»I>e l.'i.«|kUB to tlic ^:^ti of 
ntcamlUuCiirilvolHI, i->iil'>, Kul||h>>kii4|r«; 
t- Srlina Kvnia. y-unrci daii. U Up lato U'm. 
naakito), ni|-. ••! Lovnilaa-it , IWl|gm(>>«|. 

Jrilv 6. At tlliton, Jai»b t'f#d*rtfli, jwuimM 
•on or tb* 1 lU CtaarlM Unn, oi^.. M.I>~ of Fif ■ 
ItDfftoii Oiimcjr. MtHTHt, to Lotj KtjvoU, 
■e ood diu. of Siitta Grant wUmn. •■)., of Rl«tl- 
nan^'iainc*, miftoM. Glau«fMn>htic. 

At Etaoiigtm. Wlillain Da<cnpari Brarolcf , 
*lda«t tan 01 It* Rar. Waller lkv»iip«Tt Biioii- 
kr, arwa-i«n>]ull. JtcuffoT'tiltlfe. ajid fiasfntoc, 
Wm irKka&lrc. to Atxiftu* Ullcabatli CanpWk 

Mr*i dan. of Itip litp Hi. C^iopbcH, oTJalar 

At Btirw*!!. tlia B«>. Jottn 1>««11 DwvU. or 
Burton Scmvv, namptliirv. la Flocvim AnboQa, 
third dau. of Maitltnw Ueurr LUUr, riq.. nr 
BiirHrlt-iarii. I.iucc.tniLln'. 

At K«lk«. U illianj Kownun, cm., of Crortfon, 
■oil u[ Kdiilii Nfsmai]. nq,. vt YfcriV tu £dlui 
Katmit.dan «f W. r.Allfotd, J.I'., ol sWrbcro*. 

At BanilnitlHin. Iha R«t . W. C Orrm, rvllnw 
«( KtDff'a (.^tvr. CaoibrtUcv, aMOSd WV of tlM 
tUt.O- K. U'Ccn. IVIIovr ..r ei^m Oillrfr. aad 
Htctcr •[ lirexlon, Nvrtkampionibm, 10 £Jliu> 
Will iiDiUuier. ilau. at Tluouu llaou. tm-, of 
BiWalaglitRi, imllkilk. 

At Cheater Belli, !licItA*.8tanIe*Lulliea,M. A.. 
of J«<«a CoUthic, Canbridct, U ^latUiLi, j^ouas- 
oa( 4Ui>. n< Ibc la'c Bbt. J. U. llvtt. U A.. Vkki 
of tUM Canton, Ducu, and Rtaior oT OddUl- 
kf, WoioriM-iiiblre. 

At 9i.Uwn«'*> HoMiTtr-pqim*, B. Human 
HatcblRaon, rw., of Klcknond-pl, Onbtlii. and 
BKhMa-IAKii, «d. Cvlotr. lT«>aBd. ID M itUda 
iaac. cldrM aunrlibitt 4**- o! Ibo Ret. Cliatlco 
Collin*, H.A^ Vh>ro{FaTpr>lii>iii. 

At tlolf TrinMf.VcalmiiMtti.trirRcT.BrBdli^)' 
AbkM, B.A.. Incvnibrat of Chmt C1i«n:li. Clap- 
bam, to IwlirlU Atma, igtif dau of Ibo lata 
ILArrt HoiDclt, i-^q, t'ni 'ii-toad, Cki^am. 

At St fircrn'*. llaBO'rr-'Kj . M }or GeMRe 
Sklpwttb. li«iiol Baitallcn, Uncj, i« Uatva'vt 
itiBhiu. imly ilaii. of Lbc lal« I>Drlil tkijtil, eai| , 
8«rg«u*-Ocnml. Maitraa Arrnf . 

In Ike Cha|wl-royU, lhilibii-oi>tle. Johk K. 
B*Tvmr, nq., amentnnt-houM', KdrttinnijjiiHi* 
■I'Irr. and Walloqi-Jiall. Htirop^lic, to Kalbcnnt 
flurriieo Hornn, jWiBm <lau- uf tti* %>iy 
HcT. II, V. Tiilie. Uran ol Anbcb. 

Al 0>c»tkaipp, L«ioai(««hbts Otargfi. jovav- 
tal auo of tbc lalo JoMatbMi I'araaaa. oaq.. of 
Doun>-i>lao»^ IfMiiAiiTtAa, tn liatwlla Bljiba, 
tlilril dau. r^ the talc UcT. Jobn bodd, tannttij 
of r.tOH. Ilqclia. 

jMly T. Al St, OroiKf*. LitU^port, W. N. 
SatMtlua, ea)]., ftdoM mib of Tbnuia itebonon, 
««)., WItcham. U tOlaatetb Ann, eUtal dan. «} 
Ilia Ida Jotin LRtla, aaq., of UulMnrt. 

Al llidiliom. ItlcBarO Norrti Boaer. f^^ o( 
Douaktv-*!.. Uxkli'iiliinah^,, joDBtcit aon 
M ilie lap Tbomiit WiiolM«Mort BiM>t, eaq., 
«I Wlnekeiiar f 'aUcM. id Helena CKrialiiiF. dau. 

if Uml-C<4. J«hii WMdfard. lau of ibo KICo 
Brlgid(,Iiu|Hcloraf C^MMtabtiiujAo- llir norib- 
•ni olMilci of ib« Uudom. 

At ki. Oivrn**, Iliiiu>m-Hi„ Atuualiia O. 
Oflil*T. «*4- »WmI *« Of tieonte UvlWv. eM|., 

df TIh Cotv. DumriMMhinv to Uarr tlartltl, 
anir child of Um talc Jaha UmTti. tm , of 
Ko" !•■ n . 

At Cranbonnin.near Wlndwt.thcIUT.Cniwtf* 
PoinlerOarnll, M.A., I&puinbriii -f t.littr Tr>, 
Ocaa. aftd 70ttn(ai ran «r Jobn Catr<it. phi., ot 

Ilnka[nMnin, Detwi, and Cto*«lu«al, C1i>]lm< 

ham, t» Blltn, cIdMt dan. of tke lata JttUk K. 
ClltUt, f>u.. ot Pani-bRl, Bwka. 

Jt,l^K At fil.JUDaa'a.PWcitdaiT. EanSpan- 
an, to Mka Charlotla aafTBOiii, Iklra dau. of 
Lkdy Ahum ttyamtt and th* laU Mr. Fml. 
ChariM wUUan Bovmmit, aad cntkdi^lau. of tba 
Mu^vl* of Brutal. 




«ilIiM«U]r Kart MtwriL «^ *r IVtwHialt. 
nrapiMr*, w KiM Hanlat, ^n. or dditrt 
Burton PhUUp'M, nq., 0( DuMlott-kmur. SW- 

At Itaitvril, Ih* Her. Jolm AncB'tn* Tattun. 
WliUfnaibp^LlI, Moa»n*itUn>. M A>ai Vltliirla 
Bb<i>lcr- jtnunt^it dan. of tko Itcv. WlUhui 
H*n»lttim TanKT, Vkor of Ilin<a#i1, nod fnttA- 
dau. »I IM 'it'c IM«n e' }>or«teli. 

At DarrorO, Tt' it^ Jsidm Botlnw**, mu., d4 
BUiiline, Korfalk. to I<k, wUov of II. .iTBur- 
ivcn**, »^ , n y. ly RutHMnnn-h^ll, Norlkilk, 
■nd rounfrn>t ilna. at the bCe lltiuj I'jtMC-CLit* 
Un, «*^., lit WiIkjt), H'tlL 

Al Tbrltf aliBn. Cajn. 0«arcG TboMu Ooaih, 
llih Royal l^sMrn, la Hiiry CbarlncM llnnitr, 
bcuw, Chohmluni. 

Al Tiinil; ChMrch. St.lfuTMM«, Iht IUt, 
Jlcar; WiKtara PirTf Rl«>4ii]«. Vicar or I>lr* 
«Ar<b, jooiimM •on m VtHllam rarry liifibsrt*, 
MO, H rai€>cten«U, to Jowte Uxrraret, dan. 
•r nM- Bute, M.. ilM or I'Mrk-erMMitL 

./■il* lo. At di« Banrkn Kaw*Q CbIVAId 
■hipcl. Wiirwick-«l„ OoM»t>-M., LMtdan. lot* 
If'irri'T*, rldmt wn of ihn Earfaf Alrincdan, to 
UUi T<>i>nl«r, tfio. «r Mr. CiMrlei n4 ijilj 

a: Uoklp;. Bccl/onliUw. Mr. M. Klelurd*, of 

HwUiiil-nHUvrp, MaVr. tu Kliulwtit Prscdrll. 
Mm oT Ui» lBt« Jnlin rabncr, <^., ol Uoldlnx* 
1MA*I1. n*ar Bnlfonl. 
AC liinttid(« Vclti, r. KMbAn, Mq.. to Mat- 

twx, widow at Jouph ItBBto, (w , nf riipM- 
Cui'.ea. MMl joniwMt dan. of tM Ikle WtBlMB 

Julf n. At S'.~M»r'(.STT3ni4>a-«|.. IlMirjr 
Aibtr, r>pt- R.M.A., iC'iin^eil Kin of Ui* Uib 
Hnjnr-Gtn, .Vtkl", C I)., to i)ti«b«tll. rounCMt 
diiL af ttic Kale Wni. S.iyiot, r*|., ul KorUivteU, 

At ('riiil»rnr. I>or«t, ILdIxmi rottoB llan«y, 
ta-^., or lb* nd B-nnl GMS'^tm, M StUni 
UiTT', el'Inl dtu. of William DimkIm fl^- f^ 
CVin1wniP-toil«T, and bto of Um Sladna OTd 

Al Diicfonl, th« Ee». Jqimh W«^^ M.A,. la 
Otrolioc MariK aKoniL dan. oi tbc lato dult-dna 

Al im*T. tb« Rrr. W. Tqckxll, Prllow of 
Npw C'i;li-«r, Ottjrnl, la How, dan. of 
BUMC tt K.I C-iS.. ur tniry. Oxun. 

A< SI, Ocorue >. Hluoiitv orT. Cl^ Ucone 
Boaajr. r3nl R«(t.. (» Marv PUp". iml* chl J 
of WQUam WUmo, t*q . M HiUrr. J«rtr. 

At M. Horv'a. Hrokr Nroinclon. H Uaull. 
•■q,, of L««i«luai, to KlLca, Uitrd <Iaa, ol U. ». 

At HL Duatua, tll«pmeT. ThoiBu Kinv. of M. 
!*•*, JliinilnjrikKuhUc.anil ■mnaa nurilirUui 
nioa. King, (ir ivjiiiniaitim. in Srhr, ii1>l<iir c4 
T. 0. PaatUnr. of »■- Itp<, anid lexnul dku. of 
Out- Bailing, ot AttKiur-H)., I/Mji)n. 

At BUaMutb, Qitcb HoMnaii, nq , TounK«T, 
of Auakllflutlla.LaBirtitilnt, tD Hri.n Bsrtara, 
akly HTTlTtaf dan. of ib# lac Alcumm- Cbui- 

Al BdilWach. AaabtoM Ulithc I be. nrtMa. 
dt'rd am «t Edoaid BUi)i« VUa, oaq., to Lsniaa, 
oidft lUu. of tke late Pradk. Aikil|»h«i IUct1»- 
•on. mq., or tbr tonm»t plioa. 

/'•J« M. Al Aattmrr. atr ChwlM Watkm 
MakcT'e;. bart., of aoanf-nt-pli^ ClKahlra. 
\t> OnMKian*, Karrintt, «Wm1 d>a> of Ge-tn 
IfnUiiart AU'n, ««q., of llWMefl-UU, U 1M 
Mme orunix- 

At M, Uainin*, t.9ailan.^rMB«, Iko Ra^. An- 
draw JohiMA, fwnta >•( Ht. CbBiniL CMtebcap, 
tn Mai 1, aftoait ilxa. iiTihr Iter. A. M«<,>«L D.D„ 
rnAtadaiy «rS(. l**<il'>. *« 

At CWOb. LuuvbitP, li.a He*, /ofco TliMna 
WmiM^ IntuakrU «f M. [^ul'a, Nrwiott, 
■MMnNlhaUro, M Hanbit Ad«p, tUirt dan. 

at Jolm KdnondaMb datn of anu}«nl-tta!l. 

< - ' ^Xi, to tloll 

•"■ej., nt tir 

111 UTfard, raq., 

' ■ Tulirtln*. iKd " 

( " r^tiTT, M 

•■ . l-W.pOl S*I>ll 

~ n.-A,u»iMb-ib : 

I :.^ Uci. CaallM A1«M4w, 

I . . .a tti« dluBCM uT AraaiA, 

li , 

OT JaDir* Hu' 

««ifc, to Ja-->. ...... ...... .^ :,n 

CUrkF. (wq.. of Ne* l'*rk>. arar : 

Al sjiknUtn, Kent. t:>iniiwii o i i . 

nq.. « CImtarllrtd. In Ann, clik-4. I... o> 
late JoUa Oa-J. cm).. *f Do»fr. 

Al GixIMonr. -tultblk. Sh«llb(4 lluk* 
WA, t^-, of TllcUor -, to rMvpktta AmiCi rtib 
dui. of di* Ule ilct. T. W. lUtaaon, 3L.A.7i 

AtSI.O")«Ti-"»,IH-— '•^•- '"■• ^•■■'"4*1 

of i-cjioH, 10 fftm:!:. '.'tt 

Wi3, ViiiirlK. nq.. '< 

At Wrm^ilT ' - ' 

Itrp'on ITbu : . ' : 
Qawca Bojc:'< ' 

•OB ^rij'tt*!!, ^--, . ... 
0( John Uuilia. paq , 

Al nUliopvMiPi.". : winl 


to Jana CathaeUKL am,\f c: 
pDIUTSfU. fM., BUlMf Wt- 

A I Mi-ui^^i'lilfihnKnlci- 1....1,.:. -j 

' .M},, Ui^l. Haiical Aiia5. aMMt' 

. .. n_nirc>i.f.VD..UiEllMl«UiEvllr 

L : ..1- MihBltttJaMaM«IIU.«tq., 

ol ilM' ilcnyal CitII Srnncv. 

A' Hun. Slurry, I^iikW H. B. wabnhan, 
(iiunfpiinnaf fUndlc WUtwaliain,Mq.,atn>>dft> 
ball. ClwidilTa, u KllnkeUi Mr.Tr. daa. of t .« 
Ulc JuluL Barnaiii, wq.i uf I'aik-gair, Ram* 

At ^. Malllirv**. Briilao-liiU. ri«irrkk On* 
IDirrw{ tU-u, r^q,, ounon. tiBUdbml, (Uol 
MiniimK wn iI (ttr Uf* iJcot.^Ctil. AlexuntM 
B-.(i, ol IbP Miilra> LiKlbec*^ to Uellua .la- 

K>l:i. tiniaifM dmi, u( IJii? latf JiiaiM UcLaieh- 
I. iu\., ol uniion-fellL SvrrcT. 
Al ('Nrlil Oiarcb. »«, UiijUkean. tha Bw. 
Wen. »ur olt Vale, «4iIm1 *nn of ibe lsl« Wdtuun 
VjIc. ■ ..• <if M.r:niii-c(ntrt< Wart«3(pi*hlnt, i» 
Cturl':! I ' -r till- laM M>](K CTvslon, 

B«BS1. I 1- 

M >■.-.- .- ■ . I, " itL. Wii.kiT. r-a.. ■>( nil 
Mcnrlliuriv, auii <>l 
Uitnilclil-bauc, >' <' 
iUk. ollbcUle UmLi; 
Mil (air* 

Al lludiWf<l*U, Urnnaan GctLird II>Kr 
t«ii..ot Urrmfn, Xvrib (•vrniany, to Asaic U > 
cli)-Bi ilav. of ILclurd Ilenry Ittrnto, nq.. Ill 

./'•/y Ifl. AITriaitrOKitrh. UAT^WVjca. li 
Riuliliiii:, ti> Ksua 4.'iiiti|Mla, lDuu|t>4l ' 
Jabo ILilc* ralrrill, mq , M.f., alid Ud/ < 
Uac Ca eralL 

7H/r 17. At KU:.-- -1. Arftur I 

vine Ra«n4en>. Iat< i to tSi. 

Ann, dil/Mdn*. at .'. 
MOUT, Londdi), 

y.ff I9l Al SI. Hair'a. tMoka Xnlti 
Bd «■»!. itilrd aoii <it Jiimr* Uiitl^ m., of (~ 
TiUiii, Ulaliharf, In Uirr Itani.ah. fidcvt i 
Juan Uanirr, Mq , ol WtlUuBifiav, 




Tm RtkL Of (iLElCCALt. 

^111*^32. lli^Utauf U'%lit, 
KMMtinljr, lli« Garl of (ilciigiU. 

Thff decMMil nich.inl Butttr. E&H of 
OlmiCiill. Visowmt unii namn t'nlur, «i>, 
Tippvnry, in tliii [>Mff«j{« oF Irvlainl, na« 
•nlv M > oi Ricti«tl, tint curl, by Va mnr- 
ria^ iritk Kniiljr. voimgc^t ilMiglit^r of 
Ur.Juhn JtfRfrxiit. Mr «»> boiii Mny 
m. 179^ and 'n>arr!«>1. tVV 23. I83», 
Kargvet I*firett:i, youngest (Uit^itrr 
itiid Ri-ti«ir of the !•(« Mr. WQIuiid M«I- 
li^h, th* (TK-Jt nnny cnrttr.irtnr. Bj his 
«D3nt<a«.wlM Hnmrn liim. Itv )«\m ismo 
two daO^lilfr^ \Mi\y Miirpir>,>t, bnrii In 
Normuber. lS:t(; tuid Loily MatiUA, hani 
la Oetnber. 18^0. In dpfjiiilc oT inalo 
Imiu wa l-ellere tbr catldom h^iimc!* ox- 
ttnin. The Im^ curl KiKcvwIrd lu tlio 
fatully tiunoun on ihc death of his flithi-r, 
ia JnQuurji. I&I!*, and In* been »n Imli 
T» p r«» rt it«ll*6 pwr ninpo IA30. Tlic Ule 
pear lind bnrn for many ycara colonel af 
llio Tii^rwj- Militia. TIip rit>nili<« of llie 
MariiQ^a and Mi>rrlti<in««> nf Donegal, )lr. 
bikI Liiiy Cliiir! n« TalN-t. Sir. and LnJy 
Eiuilj' rfnin-'futhcr, I»niiind Ijulyllairirt 
Avbley, ic, ate i>lMvd in muuniinjf V>y tliu 
nwHini'iil eretH. Tb« dvenwd etu-l wnt 
the aiitlKif of the piipular Tarra of "Iho 
lrt*h Tutor." and ntlier dramatic work* 
of reapMtaMo Uli'tit, and of IbU y«tn 
laaO'BtribuU.'d ■cvoral political eMljr* to 
tlM ODlainnt of the ConHTvative prwa of 
mora than arnr.igo aliilltT. "Dm oarr* 
MHWton vr«rc a branch i>r tlio nobht Iioom 
of OriDOiidc, ftirinf^gfrixn llto third carl. 
Bj- hiad«nHe a vmaiu-y otvun amon^ llio 
Iriah TviireaeDtnlive yixr* Ui parUammt. 

and *ecaB>nj, in 1838,to tliQcldca^danjih- 
t«r of the U'o WUIiam Wowllt?, E,^. 
ami wi<!ow of the Hon. Fnrdrridc Nod, 
nhg anrvtTca hiiu. 

OcM. SisTKnuAH IIivrKKV, K.C.H. 

Jmt 13. At hid rtriiilcncc In I.«n«- 
dfnriM'jtlao). Ciifl oo, a|;t!(l 81, Qvaeral Imt 
Thonaa Hawker, K.<.Mt 

lie wna ben in 1777. «nt«rMl th» army 
in ITSA, acrtod in North llolUtid in ihu 
CUn)Hlgn of 1799, and in lh<> Mrdilrrra- 
I ai*)l Spain from IH*>5 i^i t)» vimclH- 
noo of lliv war. from IH:!2 to IH26 )m> 
hvhl a coiniDMMl in Ibo Iwt Indk-!!} aiid 
aipiia rrmn IUSO Uy lH3<i, in tlic KLulnM 
I*mwlmnr. In IftnU Iw waa afi))uititnl 
b> ths Cato*»flcy of ll»c 6tli Drn;-'>t>n 
Quuda (CanUoacrs). and ailaincd tbe 
t«uk of (hll Ueoural ia ISfrk The •)«- 
0»>tM4 «■• twice married,— Knit in 1S19, 
to • diDghter of Jamca Harrimi, Ba<]. t 

AouiBxi. StB CtutiUa Oaus. 

JuMlG. .^tTntihHdge WcIKagMl 63. 
Sir C'harif* Ogle, Unrt., Aduilrnl o( th.> 

Kir CbaHci wiw tlic cMnl *on of Sir 
Ckaloocr Ogia, who <*n> i-rinit«l a hamnet 
ttr kia i»val »ervic««. niid who, lii-s hla 
dccouMl inn. di«d the aenior ndmiral in 
tliH Uriti^li iwvjr, and HmUt, ilniight(>r 
am) oolii'ir of li<e Rev. Dr. TkvmiM B> 
•hop of Wiiirhcator. He iraa bum Ma; 
the 21th. 1773. and wh>-n ahoul 13 y^An 
old b« vntvred the na*.v on board Iho 
'■ Ad^tntnrp." \i. In Srji'cjnhct. 1791, 
he was inH<W rnida lijiinnn at t)i« "Ali-idc," 
74; ami af^iTT' Iil- had uhuiiiwl tliv rank of 
llcu'cniuit In 17113, be eventually joined 
the " llojue." U8. Dnr<nf[ llic iin'xitimto 
op^raliont ag«ii»C the Kr^nch Wi«t l<>d>a 
latandA he coniiuandcd a boat at the cup- 
tnre, under a heavy fire of Vnnt |;un* and 
■nnaliB rv, of two •rlionnnni It In|j at niitrlior 
with otbiT* miir Maran, Miirliniqar, and 
othcrwiw diatinsrniihi'd liiir>«clf; he m- 
■iatad at Ihc lnh<ii]{ of I^gi-on lalaiid, and 
waa intruMud with >lte cuinTmnil of a patly 
of aeamcn land»l at Point Nc-ro to en- 
oprmtc nit^ the army, acd remained on 
tbofv nntil afti^r Uw aurmndrr of Vort 
Bourbm. At thp tieif>^ of (ituihduupe ho 
Dk'aiii (viniinatidisl a ilivtiiATi of »c»incn, 
and gTvaLly iltatiiiuuiiilipil liiinwlf hy liia 
IpillaBt oondnct at ihe aKinuinit of fort 
Fl«ur A'Kjife, lit May, 17LH% ho uai np- 
poiulml nitiuttMsaptain of tliu " Atmraiic«," 
4'V. AAer Mfetng fntiQ wrvliw in tlio 
JatDnicn itation, he af[aiii refaind to 
the Mitlitcinincaii, wlierc ho •ii«:ea»iveijf 
oomraandMl ttiu " Mvlcngcr" acid "Oray- 
houiid," each of 3S ipiu*. In tbo faUter 
«hip he cff.^Tted iho oa)>1iu« ot a Genoeae 
|^n^atr(■T uf t«D gaat; alao of a S[Miihih 
aniied p'Ji', and of o'hfl* vpi«»l». In 
the " KpypticTiw" ho t tvwI during tho 
Kgrptian i-ainpaigti, ai>d fijr hi* eniinmt 
■crTion on tlut oot-Mion he iibUiiiKil the 
TnrkUh gold med.L ('ran Ajwil. IKOTi, 
to .V)iti.'ir-brr, ISIM, the tntUunt Adniiml 
waa colli iuuuualy i,1u|i)<h.c(I afl at. eliiilly 
in Ui« CliaDncJ and home itotioui. In 
A|w^l. I'H'^t, Sir I'htrirs via* u)i|i<iiiilcd 
CouiDMDd>T-iu-Clthf of lh« North Aiao- 
ricui itatioQ. which be held a lii'lo over 



Obituary. — Sir Edward North Biuton, Bart. [AagJ 

UiTwe ycon, and in Sc|itcintN-r, Iftto. mi* 
Nlccteil M CoTtin»inil(>(-in-t.!tii<.<f «t Porta- 
tuonth — ft coDnnani] bo IhiI<1 for tbo cus- 
tuuiuY )XT)ud. Mm ronimiwiiHU h- 1« dot*^ 
as ftellom : — I.-palennnl, No*-iiilM-r 11, 
1799i ConnixiKlfr, Mnv 21. 17>>t: Cup- 
Mn, Jmraurv II. 17M>i Kcar-Adiniral, 
AtiftiMtia. fsia; Vic^Ailmiral, J..lj- w;:, 
IflSO: BDil Ailminit. Nnv«-iiikT 23. tMI. 
On the demise of Admiral Itionuis Uo 
Harelianl (JoMvlin, Sir Char!.* tMvHiiin 
•CD<or adminil, nnil m the Kth nf !>». 
eenbrr lut ^w wh« mipoint^ Adiuinl of 
tAa Meet. By the Adininr* (tattb « g^- 
Itrnil prnmotinii wmocifi llw fla^ rrffi'im 
will «MUii«. 8ir Cbulw 0|{li> tixik d(x>p 
Int^TMl in. anil wi ■ mnntftt-cut A->n- 
tribiitor Ui, tlio iliEnprcitt rhoriinble inati- 
tstlons mntim-tivl kIDi tlir turn! HTrrii-«% 
anil tbo voneiuljlc Admiml Wl Wfn tor 
munj jfttrt p«iit l*t«u(JMie oT the Koyal 
Nm-r] Denevultvt Sud«t>-. The deoHUnl 
bnroiirt had Iwen tUrlce ntMriod— flrat. In 
April. 1802. to CbartiXi.-, mstir of Vn- 
eonnt Onjje mid AdininI Sir Williitm Hitll 
Giffc, G.C.R.) teoondljr. in Brp'e'nbcr, 
ISSO. to L^t^tia. doDghttT of Sir Wilttaon 
Unrroiwh*, whn di*^! in \K12 ■ hivI Ihinlly, 
in April ISS't. U> Lad? 'Dtnn.Ut, ri-1i«t of 
Sir John II. 'n>'>Tti1il. ard dnu^litcr o( Mr. 
U. Cai7. ufT T Abb.^, IVvon. IVn i-l<ti-9l 
aon t'lr hi* tint inarriai;)', Mr. I'tiikloi.M- 
Ogh, f"m-«rljf in xha viny, sqccefda l« 

giR EvwkiKi N(»»T« BcjiTtfy, BijiT. 

JWi«- II. Ar«1 «. Sir Edward NoHh 
lliutnti, tfvond B*ruii#l, aon of Sir Tbi>- 
mu Fowelt Bastoni. 

M; I-.l»:.r.l wj. Kirii at Kartbam, iti 

N < lie vldivl DiMt n{ 

V- -i wbow namo b 

f>}r I'l' T I. iili thit mianci|iattnD 

of tkr > r-ik. Hti ■nn-n.-d-d ta 

t». ^ ■ ' 1 h ill 

1- . re. 

I'l irirl 

m itwf- 

:r u. 



Bnt II phce in Pnrliain«iit irM not Il«i»>J 
aary for tl»« r-xmr-in- nf liia ii«tiv« laiarriKl 
Icuca. In tlio m wawii lUt of hi* u«rn 
ain(>lt iiiMn*. in hb fiAV(v-tiTtMt> and Tor 
till- [iniiuuluMi of i-'i : -iiiM^ 

aiMl KiiutitxiK to tl- '. h« 

RITOV« to lUr tbo tMlxii- i.ii.un-.-.. .o lita 

c rc aa n fattbftti «t«ward of Jmu Chnrt. 
NvM-r waa tlieie a nmUy good onae^ 
wlilcit iMd Kir Ita o4y«ct tlw pn>tBvU.>n of j 
the Go^iel oilJirr at Ihmiib or al>n>ad. 
wbiflh d-d not find in Kir K'wanI Untiua 
a tiiuui6mit ImI nnoalcutitiou* Kip- 
]virt<-r. It iHkt alwavo pULu Ihit b'la tan- 
tirainrere actual)^ I.tIJiuI divine iiii|MilM 
fi\>iii on hifb widcb t«arlMi« us tu " lotii 
lUiB bwaiM He drel lofi>d lu." Tbfra 
WM no morhid *liriiikin|£ iVom ptiMicily, 
hitt it ««« nlnaj* [ilniii llut a dwtrv lur< 
iiotorii'ty wa* alien to hik frclinir* I"' 
IH55 be WM aUifn^ to s" alfnAd trltlt 
hi* family on BLViunt of hi* honllli. atut 
lie *i«nl iIm vriuton o^ ISOO uiul of ISil 
cbteiljr at Nin. 

Hi* «iait 1m I'Sedinont will Ion;; Iw tv 
mcmborcd, uid more parttrnlarly on ae- 
tount of tltf hvaling and bcncAcont itw 
flii«ucv whi<Ji he *t«rr'uct\ m calmii<ff ' 
do^ii tlint WLR«tnly utri'^i! whicli had 
divided tbo Italian frviin Ihc Vandab 
Ktanai-Iint*. Kir HMward. willi hit usual 
ai;,Milv. <|ui<-Llj •.■» tlut it u'HJt no <w>0 
fir purtiuiiialiip ; tjiat llior^ wiu rnom 
eiiou(;li fur bu)b to i>xpntt>li< over I ho 
vatX lli'ld of Italinn mtwions; linl thai it 
wnf •rum to attciti|>t tu miiAne ihv vola- 
tili> Hiiirilii nf ItaTiJUiM ju«t Motp>-d out of 
IIiiiiiii williin llic liinili <if a Prtvlrtlt^rian 
aynud. He Iwcninv llie anknt frix-iid ij 
hoih, nnd whikt be waa bakircd by tbo 
pJMI* pai<t<)ra kitd mnniu«iArif« Iwlongiag 
ti> lh» Bn<dcnt WaJJritiian Chnrvb, li« 
cx4irUHi himaclf, as a it-adiae nxiaUr of ' 
tlir S'letr Kyniij^'lical ruDimiltiA k1«i L> 
arntl biuiwilf of thmtf mmJuu* Itailiiu uImi 
ara aiwiciutod in Pieiluiont and Itonoa 
with Of SanotUniid UnnareUa. In tliia 
^„> -...\. I,., ,-,. — 1 .....( 1,^ itnmipd 

it » I i--iipt*r nf 

tkt' I : ' . 'kjWD, tlwit 

hr Uxtk » jininM>* ironi l.'nititirr Uat fl«p> 

(r-mluT, j'-ii-j.i«rlT t" "In'n Ilia vimrt to 

SI Bt-riln. 

lUe diaaola'kn 

■ ■■-■ r«i. 

I to 

< b« 

•rt. . mil 


Mifii Utm. W. Ymitm PnL—Ormnt Pemmf, CS. 191 


ihfchJriftM^aiw ftarijyte 

> iMr l» U>t «MhI aea at- 

«f Mdh iBOTlM^ ha toe- 
«bA to • Tidk kstefi, holit «{««■• awl 

nil iMt Mvthtv (Mac Rkh— lU. «ifr 
af nOf ni»ii1. E«H Aol t-« I'M 
I Mitlj, at Nwlli RmM-ball, Cm- 


«v. aal tibn vare lotmai t u a y hg at 
OimiiimI ^vahi tte (taml of Sir 
BAawA. >Utk ^4 bMA Cud ftir an 

dial d^. in aMMHwa af Ika daalli oT 


T»« Rio«T Ho*. WiuLtiv YkTKi rm. 

JWmI. At BoffingLn tldl. WarHrk- 
Abp, lb* Ib^^t H«>. \Vi|Ii«:n Vitw 1\«-I, 
(Mm bfuitcr of ibc bt« iitr RoUnl'cd. 

Tba rigbt hm. KmiiAHAn ira* MMud 
■Id iif tbv flrA lonHitl bt hi* firit «i(li^ 
da^lN- nf Mr. Wtll „m 'Vnt^ .-f Knry, 
bbJ Im «r>* boni in ITSLl.airL^tilwr llxJI. 
U407. n« ni*m<(l. J'liH.- 17. IRt'J, 1..J; 
Xuw Eltaa Motv, tfr>'rul lianglilvr iif 
tflMhcil. •mmil tlarl nt M>Kinl«uSr[ mi>I 
iMf Ifareari't. i-Mnt >Uii|rhttT \ii Hulvrt, 
•tmri K«rl of K>uc*'<>ii -, b* mhi'iti, *Uo 
taAtii ^pUiuU'r. IMT. be li«J a unno- 
Ma) CkBuljr. T>i(^ ilecciual waa (iir a luiig 
■arlat of /van a luaubcr of tJiv llouw vf 
O11WWW1 AAtr mmtHMoa bSm iiiidiM 
■i Banow i>chool IM i«(novtAto8t.J(il)n'i 
Collfwc, CambridM, hImhv b* gradintMl 
B.A.U l8t2.B<>d U.A.iu inifi. ind aAvr- 
w^s In Jctii', 1KI6. w>«ciltMl t» Utvbar 
at LiD(ii4n'»-liiti. ]□ Ihc fullowiDi; jmr 
b* vaa mumcil lo IVrliLiiumt lor lh« 
boniofb a( boMiny, Iml wilv r«pr«Kntcd 
tbat maaUlnrary a few idodDi*, ftir in 
ItflH ba «>aa ehnara meinlipr f<T b'n fm ticr't 
Vtrnvjfb at TuuwHcUt. wbich bi> ati for 
contiuonaalj «p to i*<StK Hi- <•■* ilii'n 
aUvtfd r>r Varmuntti, 1>1« at Wiabt. In 
lUl be wai Ktoni«i lo t)i« H<>a*c of 
Oannwa*. la Mojiiurtion aitli thi^ Uu 
Kfltil H(n. Htiht (toallxini. for IIm 
t'bitifrtltjr tif (.'ainWiili^v. alvfmtlriie Vis- 
rowit i'^lanmhiM and tbo prMfnt Dak« 
t^ Ucrooahit*, tbrn Mr. William Carm- 
dhh. In 19U Iw wa* bk«I>i vlwl^rf ft* 
TWitari B th, wUidi Iw cnntinard U> rep*- 
Mnt up I" ttir i^rnnral oli-rtUm In 1887. 
Frata t' >{' til 1&I7 ho rttnaiiMtl 

•nl nl . ■:. wtarii ]m waa agaia 

rvtmnril fur laiuwiirMi. 'i'li»t js»r ho 
Iwl tlw inlrftrtulMT M l<J«» lr» wir>-, til 

wImtu br wz' ' - ■ " ■• ■ * ! -i ' ' r 

dkalb •» »ir> 

*ai uaubU ( . 1 ' 

Ua pDQivqoantI* rvaigriKl tiia tint in llw 

Haw* afC, Kmmi ^ Man M • 

Ur. IVd tal hiM a«iwa lAiial if- 
I I ■iB*»>'t » bvtas bars vada a Cba* 
mbabav «l tte BmtA aff CkntiU l» na( 
rvlff ga u a uij at SBfta te tba Bm» 
DanartMrM in tSSS • U«4 •4^lb* T^m- 
ntr ip tmi\ •»! aoatn t>U lbs •>»• 
oAn ia IBM M Apcil in tb« inwia^if^ 
VMT. Ha baU Um mim Craiaaraatifa 
i nPltw w U« dbtinvwiknl h wlbar. t» r 
nob^n pmL a>A waa ■ vwiaf np^wtar 
at tbat iwhiiBt atalaataaira ftaaliaJa 

GcmiAt. rtxvT. CO. 

JTiv 4. KilM b; frnfo^A, mmt 
Barr I'ly, airrd ft^-aal 67. Bri^aAar-UeMnl 

KW'inW [Villi*, cn.. oi the n««i|t»] amri 

tba y««cr»l nVi ancvMd'd Sir AlrbtbiW 
Wllaon, llaiC in U» raouuHid of lb» 
BrTti>.b tdvaea at IMM. 

Ha waa tba ml td RvWrt hntv. B^, 
andw^^t Ui liHlla In IttOfl. Harlnc |— id 
M< rtcvtl. bt •utn<»aliMi In l*M«laA a<id 
Himl'WlaMW, Ixt waa |f<af(ln) lo an an- 
itiittrji in tlir B<m|ral ann,v In tli«> Kvt>- 
ruarv of tlw followiair vmr. H« i»)«a<iinl 
Ma lAmiwnmfj Itec. I'J, IKH. Wo Rnd 
hi i> larving in tliawar In Nr|iaul In 1H14, 
18I&, and 191^ at Mrl) ■■ in llw Mati- 
laitn wKT of IHIAanl Ida (rJlowiny juar. 
In lAIS hr di«tiiiKni*lH<l himwlfat (lima 
KoUh. Ill 1HZ& wc llttd blm inHi\f[ m 
l>i^m(y-Quarl«r-.Ma»t<i-l)(Titiit«l witli tito 
furvea nmr A|n^ *■■>' iakins part Id ilia 
■ie^ of BbortiiDn. In tlio Mk»>inH iiar 
ha WH nowimntad Hnjor of KrlpKl''. and 
aiixiintid ta ike (kiamiand of tlw Hinral 
and Ab"i rnrtilut. In I8i»t liv r*w«-l«>tl 
lbi> a |>]MHiit infill Iff Ib^nilj'-AMiatAnt-Ad- 
julaiit-OawirniL witb lb* nNuwai>al of Uia 
IHnaporv [Kvidon, twin wtiirH h» wm 
ahintly i-ftrrwardt rnnurnl to tbe Prial- 
di-iiirj al Um* i-xpmw (inUr of tita Uorar* 
tior W^'iMfwl. l*>nl li. hrnlinck. In Ni>' 
Ti-inbcr, IK37, wu And Um illmtol to 
inkf cbary« ol tba daparlawiit af tlw 
Ailjatniit-daiirril, and lit Iftil )i« waa 
tmtisfmrvd to Uie pnmwaad of iha Nna- 
saraa BattaUon. for tba HIcbint drill and 
dbnfiliaa of wblcb ha wai ftM|Uenll]r 
tbanlMl 1>y liU vupnriora. Ha alao mttA 
lor tnmc time na A<«ialaal'Ai^}Hl«nt'(la> 
naval at il'>rnuik)>nrr. 

In tba ttutlnj cuinpiitni far i<(mimaiMl«l 
at ttr« th(> I8U1 llriira.b' nf tba Oib M- 
viiiiTii, and ■QtHn|iii'ti K thr> Sod Infantry 
Itil^Bilo, iMi ilii) lanwIitiK "r I'f i-bi* 19th. 
lla wai ifTMOiil at Aliwiil in titr tltickiwt 
r>r llir flfflil. and wia it>rn)i<i|ir<l In Ilia 
ftdbmitiK u^n* bji Sir llarrj (tinllh, la 
bij dn{>itcb Mldn«rd l« Uk Ootvrtior* 

Lord Jtutice Ocrh <^ Scothnd.—M. fVUihrns, 7^q. [Aag. 

Ornvnl, ilitmt AKontl. Jsn. MlK IStfl :— 
"Tbeintrcjwd tl"' •-' ■■ -' - ->f the Nni- 
Mnf Bi"l .Siriii- ■ ill lir.iViTT 

BUH'li nmri-i ttwt I Iw'i -i 'o givts 

in BriffaiHtr IVniiy, is'.i !.« for 

MM*, f (MH ouly Mr Unit wli'ii tm g«ll 

hi* brlfiitilo. if lir ntiJT IphiU iv HS li« did 

^hh giiliunc tmiMt oi' Ulr'nks*. It "ill tw 

iiftriof t" nnnr," He v.\ii api'n cnpjg«l 

Ut H'llirj'ni, nrlient li« «iu viuuiulcil, kiid 

(jwr Hi^li Uonttt, on lliis occuiinn. rcooin- 

ucniliNl tiiat " in tlic inoat mmnt uaniKT 

U> tliB Urnernor-Uennal, for tbc ttiannCT 

3n wbii'li hi} nnil hi* trvup Iwil avonniii« 

the lUM*: fortniibblo ofi{>owiii>a." In tl>« 

[fallowing; Sopt«mbpr we tfnd littn tppatntrd 

tto tli« cormiiBtKl of « bri|;»il(v cwiip'wod of 

Uwir MhjwJv'b 03rd Foot, the No««tij« 

FBaMuU'II, Aiut liTo hmittwnu At L'liiliau- 

t^itlluli, wlierv ho wu ongiigcil n* a Lrl ft- 

d!w. be Iind anoibn fnijiorlimily of Kaln> 

IriK distindion, fur thounfa lii» liri(«de wu 

hi?ld in rorn-e. Lr W4i t-naUed tO«)p|nrt 

tbc Kdntm ot (lnir.H Sir W. R. Gilliprt. 

Uld tft carry a vilbicA whlcli wms tlie key 

o^ (kn rarmj's |i>:aiiimi. bv "a iti>*t -pi- 

rftril ut(H<.'lt,exei-v)ti.'(l in a l.riUimnl ntj-lf." 

It *li<w!d be ■JdcJ hi-rc, tlint Sir W. Uil- 

bitrl, ID lii« d»i><iU-li nflct the hittl«. drew 

ntlrntion lo HhRailiir IVnnj'* »trvi«ei '.n 

.ttlbOCCiXti'llil) ttY<n«uf ullijiinliAn] ItmiMi. 

l!«ir Peii'iT reciiivcd the nitdiil fur 
f AKwkI ■lid ikAin^n. itid was fUrtkor n>- 
|wnr<l«t bv twing ntMtt«d ■ CI), in tiM 
I ftillowiiig June. IIu wu nbo mwii mi 
1 liii»Kir*rjr ude«il«-«imp to tli« Uorenior- 

In Fubrquy, 184!>, lie wm wttnmed 
from thn litli t<> Ibe llrJL uid si>tiKi|ucii[lj 
to tb« Slid Brtjnd* i^f iufiuitrjr of lli« 
farmjr In the Pnitfauk from wliioh h« tru 
-■^n cnnsfiMTMl to the enmtnsnd of t)i« 
' SmI Kiir>v,>"Hti Tl-rg^ lite lit. In ISlS wn Hiiil 
\ JtiiD r-^oiiiianiiinji ■ dirtaian of iiifsntrjr in 
I Uk) Punjnuh, anJ in Ihe fifUvwtng y««r in 
looinuiiud uf the tTvtoiM at Lahore. Id 
' 16&t U» Vila >)»]> litiltnl to tbe llrtgada 
I btflir, ai)i iwi4«d t.> llic dLurlot of ItgUl- 
»eiiDd. Ho WH ini>kMi]ueiiUv rvraoved to 
' t'nil«ll<ti ill 1B&2. a|>tiwntiil to conininiiil 
[tbv JollDlidtir lit>l<l l^m' whicb, lavr 
tin tho MOic yr*T, wm Hd I d tlir rotnwniMl 
'af Uic Kirtmiul Ihvinion. In IHU'A hn wa* 
tri>>>&-rml t<i Hit Simlh S*U((or d!.*triet, 
aiid III IHIit lo Si-iihMU\. Abi/Ut Lkfl Mum 
' UinO Li' ntLiiniil tlio rant ■ ' " 
therA l<i Mfiy, (S,'..), br > 
lGni|H<rjn '" ''■'■' 
• anil jnaU'' 

Ths I>ord Jfrtick Clkes or ScoTLiVP. 

JoKf 14. At Ills ToUmMw, Etliulnarcli. 
train • fnildcn nltnrV uf nnilj«Ii, ag*^ 
1:3. the Iti^i t lion. John llofw. tb* I^)rd 
JufLik-i- l-'lvri of tkMtbnd. 

'Hie d<H:uMcd Jad{t» wn* *b« rldoat kb 
of the Ut« lti^t.l llun. Cliarln B« 
■rtin*tin)0 Preuo-iitof tbo Tuort of 
HOii in Sootlafld. I'j (*l•lrl<>lt•^ 
<lMi^itw of Jobn tirtiiul l^ufl "f Tlot" 
Loon, and H4«r rJ )be third Eiirt- 11 
paMMl for tli« Scollid bar iti ISIfi, dpi 
having Wn for tone t mo fircvi-jcul; 
Dran of IIm- I'amllv of AdvixntEK. h*> ' 
Ql«THlt«l to lli« l*miilcn<-y of tlio Hct 
IMviiti'D of tl'C Court nf t*»'«riOo in IRW. 
III! «-•■* inamed. wc brlU'vn. to a Mim 
IrviuK- ill* Hiu »<*«ii a nwnibtTof H«^ 
Mnjeffv't CriTv C'ootual an lli« occario 
of hisclpvalioii to tbo Bendi. He n\ 
\teh\ for ncrcral yrttr* tin* jiii«t of an ofl 
rfnl raiil»diaii of th« SroUith rvptiiil 
Thr di<utti of Judge Hope u-m •ingntarl^ 
■udd-n ; he wai Betxi-d with panlyiu 
wbiUt •'UlnR in I1U oun l'd»»rjr, mi^aftod 
in writing a lctt«r to a restive botwwn 7 
and 8 u'cbx-l: in tln' evening, and be cxplr<4 
K>«u afVvr 1 1 . 'i'hiT laU- Jn<iui-'s d'-nlh mahea 
Ili« ictond vnr>iii<7 which hu* ha{i|ieii«il 
Ml Dip 8<«ttith h^nch witltiii tbe Iwt titrea 
niiintbi, the othtr \teuif cauaed by Ibe 
dtvtb of Lnrd Hand>*l.i«. A tliird r%- 
l<oattiBb jwl^ alw ba« died dnriiifi (hat 
tiiuH in Die ficriuB of the late Ixi'-d Ihtn- 
femdlne, iinint>ti'ji« Lord Chirf Buran of 


. nUno. 

Mictuu. W1LLUV8, EtQ.. M.V. 

Jhm IA. At Tterinre. aged 73, Miel(>«l 
WiUiaini, Eaq .of Iroviiici'. Si-urriirT-hwiM', 
and Cto'ltaya-outle, dininall, M-l*. fur lUo 
w>-ateni dirUion of tl)ni county, ihi? i«ulor 
l)n|iiity-liioiilMiiiiit III' till- toutily. lle|iflty> 
Wurdun of t)io St^iinHrira. Ac. 

MicltAffl WillMtn* wu bora Juiw 9, 
ITN^, at IluraMMMi-hoUMu lu»r Trunv iha 
•00 of John Vi*illiiiui*, ^»\., 1 ' ' . 

riae Uirvfj- bi» wifr.i of ^■ 
m-nr Truro, 'i - ■■' -t o"" ^1.; .n..r. 
)>rite iu d'l n ih:- niluca ud 

coiunm:* ■>< '■■■ : mK. 

Uia tudrd pr< 1 
ihe owner of <*» 
uea- St. Aiwli«i uUo tLu : f 

lA»i>ftll, aud Kat4te at 6c I'. 1 

Hti tnarrWd Kltoal^tb, dunzhtar of 
Bkbud CalM, B^., of Eaaiiton. nMr 


Michael WiUiuma, £jy., JTJ*. 


Durlish, wlio iru Fm U|<KKtilii nf finv 
TMra CIi.tIi of l!»e K-^i-r I'uc tln" timiily of 
Devou : by whon he K'hvi-k— )iIh elileBt 
con. Jobs Hicliul. toamcd to Eliiabclli. 
dttflj^hl^r of tHittphf^it !)avcy. I-U*!-. of 
Biirli^'tu, (iiitof to lEiduini Darrv, M.I'. 
ftw W«l Cortivmll i) MiclincJ Hunrr. wwr- 
AaA to Cathcriiw, iUibIiUt of Itirluird 
JUnnclt. Eh]., <tf Mdfiinl, Soffi^lk ; aud 
othvr iM««. 

The rnllovriti^ Mooant of Mr. Mlclnel 
Will una ia, in MilMUncc^ froni th*< ■* W'mI 
Itrlinn,' [lahiiriial in Utc county wblctt 
li» nrfmHattcd, uid nrltvrc bu «u bat 

W« hnva Um mclHiMibdtf fauk of nKonl* 
Ibr tbs iltBtb cf k i^Uennii wbo eerupled 
■0 brge • ipHw fii poblie twlln, at Mtoe 
^ naemtly to oltiirn atid hownirabljr to 
hlVMlift thut ill lit* luttivv rmmty lh«n> ia 
iMt a man wbo wvnld Im; more (rviHrally 
ai (Wfilr kimmtnl. For inr>n' thnii liall' 
a !■ 1 . iittJi bc*n PoiiDi' milh tlw 

I.-1. -wuf C.ininiiU. To hU rikitl 

Will .iiii.-i |., .M! muit ol' tin* utinm in iIm 
Owtanap dUatrlct ara iad«bl4<t| for tiM 
■iHCiiHfti] rcBulta to whiel) tbi? ban been 
cotkdncUd. In lh« m^tal-uiarkvt. th« brg« 
tmuactMiaB of liiit Umiko iii oiir gnat 
^Hple ppmJttr'*, cii^Kr ot.d titi, ba*« Uui^ 
slv» liim tfati Uici*-! diitinguiiUit^ (itAef, 
W c aire niiit^h to hia penonal influence in 
nnivtnii thv (UtEgiiw »ae*v^aa of tlw pro- 
nutiTiuf tlMiConiwall rallwBir, and briaff- 
btf that irapnrlMit nndrrtaking to Wiv cv« 
of OMnpMinn. Ami n|K>Tt rinin tlin en- 
gifraMnta ia whicb bio pcrwiuil tntcmu 
wen canccniod, lui bad ffv tbi.- but liigr 
Man n|prcamlMl tbe Writ ItiviMoo of 
Coniindl ill Uw lloutc uf t'omnicai. aod 
ghraa Ua fupport to every grnit llhml 
nMaiir* nrhirh hai In-n tuuolvi] in l^li»- 
nant witkin that pHrlntl. 

Alihoagb kia wlilicul (wiiiioai wvk at 
all time* IVwibly avmicu. Ur. Uidtael 
WilliaiDa tuuk lui very pruadnant part m 
kurnt (lotitln unlU lb* uen>anabb> eoutart 
at iJu) ■iKtion in \Ki\. For a k»g Ura« 
jirmiuukiy the nratilv liad bean rediind 
almort to tb«i coiulilinn of % pnclcvt- 
IwtvoKb. A Uw ariirlocTutic TaaiiliM go- 
nmea tbe ropmmlatuiii ^ mnitTli'tcIv aa 
if H werw pwt of tlwir tvnt-nJU. ^im 
tita cxdtanwnt ptMluced \n tbo Krtunu 
fiiU rMBtil tlM ancient aplnt of Cornwall 
froui ita (liimbnv, aiid It wm rawivad U» 
rvtttni t»v Ubenl nonbcra or adlbar. 
Tba old ariatorralic party wu rcpraent**! 
Lonl V«lU>b>rt and Sir Klrbard Vyvyaa. 
itiK llb<Y«lii by Sir Cbarbv Lonxn umI 
ilr. I'.Tiilnrvfw Into ll.i« roBt«*L Mr. 
V "T ■!) be* nwrpFn, and tb«y 

■"'' r bia t'lrrtiona on that omi- 

dao vm ftaiuly aUow that to do liiifla 
Uwrr. If iO. Vox. ViTV. 


mpportcr iru tb« Belbnn ranae more in- 
dclitrd. lilt- reault waa a triunphaut om. 
At the c]i«« of tl>» flAii day the TmW 
■tnitrb tligr ro'oiira, tbn munbcra at tJw 
clo^r brJn^ - l»r IVndarvM, 1819 ; I.«niau, 
\mv: VvtfMi.yoi; Valk-tort, 801. 

4.hi« ur iIn- inist iiK-iuutablv c^rvatB- 
atanom iti Ur. Willtiima'* lifttwu hUboiitg 
piwwuU'd, ttbout fiv« .ruHT* ago^ with a 
piece of idaw and \Am boal, aa teatbnuniei 
of pohttc nlMU. Thia norit of respect 
originatMl in a pmpiiul at a uioeling of 
tba a-lvrnitiirrra in tbo tinitml mine* to 
rcqooM hi* acMiitiiDW of wma mark ctf 
tb»r gnttitwte for lb<^ influence h« bad 
exwrted in *avin|t tboaa ininaa tram being 
abaudonid at a iJiue wbeu tocb a diaaater 
apciDcd all but crttain. Tlila prcdrct, 
honcri^r, aoon paMed lio)«i>d it* i>rig-nal 
Liniiia, Mul took tb« furin oi' n gcii«m] 
toatuacoy of peracmal n-apcct. A< aodi it 
waa reapMidi-d to Wt pn>ii<[itly, and V> aa 
Ipeat ^n atent, tint wu rtwcmbcT no 
•iuilar ocisulou <« which ft Corubh-man 
liaa bc«n to bi|chl,r honoured. Altbuugb 
uo HO|;i» «>ibM.Ti))iian o'aa allowed to n* 
eced dve diiUiogi. tho amlributioaa niindly 
sw4-U«t to nx bundrMl pound*. Tlw tea- 
tinumtal «a* prrwaitrd at a m^H'ting nf 
liiit friMiib al tliv Town-liall, ICedrutli, in 
Jutie. 1553. Itcoiiiiaictlof BcandflabruiD, 
ofchiMW aiid niiprapriate dcaip), with an 
lDMTi)rf'L(iii v«{irtsM>a of hia nieriia; and 
■ buat, executed «itli (tmit artiilicol 
akill. liv oar diathigiiMtcil couutryman^ 

Oil tbe doariw of Mr. Pi-ndarrca, in 
1854, a vaoinOT oomriRd in the rrprMen- 
tation of Ibv WnL Divuinn. The pu'ilic 
vwc«at oucv iuiiue<l Ur. Slivliavl WilUama 
w bla fUocewoT. 1^ aduKwledpnent 
of Ua fltnata Um tbe poat wm ao grnarat 
tliat BO other oandidata n> fur « momMtt 
pUccd in eontpoliliiiu with him; and 
many arbo diBirrMl Kith him on piilitical 
(pnonda voluntccnrd Ibcir aoiipoTt lai tn- 
oouiit of bia pvruliar quiiliflottiana fur Iba 
oSo(L At tbe giOTKjaJ eleution lui year 
be waa aitMlii retaraod, ai a lualtvr of 
enurw. and had Proridpwv granted him a 
longer t«nn of life the clwt«n of Waft 
t'omnall wouU, witbont donbt, have taa- 
tinucd tu plaoa bim in tbe aaiue bonour* 
able poritioa. 

Ur. WiUbuM (uauMad * dear and pane* 
tratbiic Intellect, bat of tho kbid whUi 
gatbcrs knowltd^ta toon npMly frotn 

n' \ obarrvatioD of men and 'UiiBkb Uhui 
bnoka or ttwlT. Ijika mot £atin- 
guiabed ue«i, hii vbaractrr inrtuLcd «vmo 
apparrnt wait^adictioBS. Ur wax naturally 
<a a warm ai<d i»i]i«I luiu* trm]Mir, yet no 
on» could ditiitay a ciwlur or more cum' 
pnhcDiivejw^wL Witbatuimllniiiiad 


OfitnTinr. — JaiHeM Templer, Esq., M.P. 


to bvdnm. m<I drrply fttwotlwd u ha 
panaiu. \k muld tarn uidiv at bd* timp 
to lit* !»«• nnd flowpr* •rtlh m* miM'li /.mL 
M tf tbrtr Cilltnre Wira (.bi- uvain baiiii.t* 
of hU Vi(e. EtiKK^cd in roBtrarrcfaU nJIain 
00 m »e»\e wrbioh tcfida fni>m1l> to cWe- 
iiM> Mid rearrT«, be utm renuulnilil^ opm 
md mil tnviii call ve. U'UliDiit iIm faeilltjr 
of ttiMBtljr MbtrriHing • nQinrr'iiut aMitmbljr, 
llivni «raa jet iio nnui In (.'urnn-ull wIwmt 
prcKUOe in iiieli on uMeinbly bore* witlt it 
nan weight or Butlnority. It hM bciw 
««]1 *sn1 tiat ■ cle*<;r ntati im. in nalitT, 
lhr«f or ('f\r men iiin'tia'-l oT oi'4> i anil be 
wn BD illnHtrjtkin or tbe Inlh of thii 
Mjing. Ill hia otpacMMu niiod and rariml 
t«iitr9 n-i-ie the natcriaU f^wn which 
■ni|tbt bu TunuKd m couutrj icaiUuuiaB, 
iknotA.1 to his KtbU and hli i^anlriu. — ft 
Burn <if buHnc**, vngsifnl in MMnoMirriii) 
cotrrpri^, — and tiiB arliw maDOgcr wf 
local and public iiiUrrota. 

Vft it ia hat a TaiiiihinK l^iiip wliich 
mia menslv iipon rtiimirtviat or iHiUticnl - 
nnincnoc. Tlic iiualitit* by whicli >fr. 
Micbiel Wiltiiuua will be Iiiu){i3t rvnu-ui- 
b«««tl ari> thn»0 wliicli wtire riitirvMy yur- 
BonaJ, aiid wblib noiii! but tbow wbo kuexr 
bi'ii nui a|nirr<'iai<>. In IIni moat t^arac- 
trrintic Inita tbi-rv )■ > fiif^itiro ^a«ni« 
wb'oli iiu n>^i (wn iinup. Tborc bn 
fr"' ■■ - - ' ■' 'i tniiu[itre only in look*. bimI 
t' uiiwr,— inU-rp-vliTi only tu 

tl" c^ir. Il M uo tni'li peru'tial 

■nd umlc^iublo qnaiHin tbat wc ikall 
oftenort liazfr In oar rvi-nllmHioiip of Mr. 
n'illiaitia. Hi* ualily fimr* and »i|ir>** 
■hit nooiitunaiint, tiia (piirt aii^iraliiniriQn 


iM, avw i*airrl»|{, to 

vbldi prodBcad Um, and Ui» tmb ft«a 
wliiiifa he ^Mii^ 

Jams* TnrrLiB. E-q.. ov BaiDFoar, 

The dMeiae of Una HTBtleBifl>t« wb« 
WM iT'twrally ktKnro and i ta ywjtwl in 
tlw Wcvt <>r Biiitbiiul, tMik pliM on tho 
SHli of jLlay buL '(>■')-'>■-"'< <-'-'<«Ba 
OBo of a p u nmr uu ' > at 

Alphlufton. Devon, < ' narj, 

ITh;. Iln WM dMtuuml iiif lit- BfiifwiiaB 
of Ihe Uw, and aL-rtnl hi* artttli* aritb 
Ur. l.iii>pi>r« of <>l(«h«nip(on- Mr-Trm-l 
pier nIVcrwHrda atodiMl 'or pomc thix; raj 

aca>iu]iUabtd }mmj\t, aiial fbrmod bbiwb 

looa fritflidi, n'OK! iif wiuiai sulwdimally 
Tuttr W di^U> [<tt>- 

(Miiuii. Au .1 riuir 

offered at l)ri><i>i>n, uA V-r. fcuiphr 
(who had rMmtly berai ttnit^d to % MiM 
L^lhlifiilrri a iiativv of Ctwriwall.) *fUl£d 
in thai luwn, trbrrn he nmlinuril lu prnc>' 
ibe until bij d^wlb. 3Ir'!'-vi— bow- 
irifr, (ipiwilily took ii ]ei i iitl 

tli« county |{;«iiKni1ly. II - \n\ 

■ookI smav tM^rtd biiu a lur. 
COnBeotMm; iUidtlie)U'';''nli'ip'"v, 
witb a lilirnilily, » '•■' -iir, 

and a voUivalvd ni.': ' '.ieti 

|m)cur«dhim inmani m- atbi- 

at {icmuniU attai^lmiriit. "blo 

inil.<-i1 iM nrrl;,!.' tl" !■ .-. ilJlJf 

Im ihcitur in iBrgt 

pd-.i ... ! nnd character 

sni lu-t u.4Mi»i-il ]>• , 1 tut«rurtK., 

Tlw r»ry "('[".Titiiii I unjirio- 

ripbd band* nay \< >-\i\\i\"\<'<i (at pevD- 
bttloni lieeotDe, nbiM) the [inKtitiuQer ia a 
•.,,,.. ,.f i(itci;rily and firm wenm, mmt 
iMStniinimbs f<:iT gw>d. VV'itli tbo ) 
I uiiitJufxIot] hi- I* ■■■luataiilly | 
into nmtar* i and tbmu be baa i 
'Mifiilv "f tn'fripn'lhiL* to « tboB- i 

! ilMD ' 

r-Li.i .:.!,., uhi : 

I wiU<ilnaM and ' 

.1 ;lji- i.ilif^tor ' 

nl' I'atr 

rli . '00- 

• ■' tlu< tuii- ' <ir0( { 

iIhUImikw i. ' T»-| 

<! if 

tli<i : 


>} a iiuui 
S* W"-tl<I 

i-iTiin il'j(t\M»i.ii, l^■^J".' It •iuji.Mnij-ij 


OuiTCARY- — Robert JiroKm, Esq., F.R.S. 


lnt«* Uie ntlD« of Mr. TemplM-'s ]>»»• 
fdiowJ character. Duiai; the uiwiy 
5wn ho VM in pncliw, wt diigl« mu- 
pldon of ft Mrdjd or disinffcnnuiu ael rvor 
otwwd Kia p«U). An inli-iti)f«tit nnd luvte 
Uxrjnir. »ct «l>iB (pckkcr, nuil ■ lliurwigli 
maa cr bodiKH, bit acrricM v«-« in s>«ir> 
ralr>-<inMt; whiteoftfaeofiuirniruclintU 
Willi tvlioiii lie w.iM tbiu tvoutfbt In eua- 
inri. tlxrtv «i'cr.> h'W who ftjled lo spook 
(^ hini uitli lh<T mttvi-in tuid n-^rd uf • 
ritciKl, Mid iM>:u> hy nliimi bU 
wm etor nMociaii-d with (Ctkunour. 
The K«na«l etUtm tlin* Mijaji^d by 
Ur. 'r<tiii|U«r aru tli« inoi« mnHrLalilr, 
M b« wna ■ koMi poUikiBn, »nil that too 
M D tiuw «nd plara where ^tty B|iirit 
nti ri'»T high. ilr. T«uj>lpr Mpinurtl 
tlip Tunr nils in (lolition; aix) ilutio); the 
«u>li(T puTtiuu* of hii varocr roanjr ol tlw 
SMMMM of the pArtv in the county mul 
nrngbhonirine buruiitit" ^■'ere attriliuUlilo 
to hW nierpy anil |ienii>u>l iiidue»«>. Mr. 
Tpni('lrr. iiowoTcr, wax a Tiir/ rathw nf 
IW wbinl of I'lit tlwD of l^nl Eli1»n, 
He IWxI lo mm ntany fefaMlm of cluiige 
la thr OfiinioiM ertn of tbnso who ft- 
taaiatA in tbi- •utio rank> with bimi>'ir) 
wul to «vr*nl of ttiov. ■ui.-h lu the aliuli. 
tioo of tlu oom-lawv. the hrogrea of 
ImbI ind MDit«ry rv-funD, ixnd utbm, }w 
auMCfibod with « full wvae of tWtr 
niof. In otliar rapvob. >unr«T«r. Mr. 
TciBplcr Mt*imd U« poBticftl jwindplM 
aomentJy until Lbs d»M of life; at 
th> auB* tiinr, hia ophituw wrn nem 
umlnialnt-tl al Ihp .mrlAne of eoartnjr 
•ikI c^xI fmlinic luauib llwiM! who dil- 
fvn-. I 11. In other i«*p(vla, Dtu 

niua be IvA ltieani|tb^c, 
L( <ii tliiHt.- who aaMt-iatvil with 
Mr. Tniiiiter r.iol<l flu] to ailmir* hli 
(ip|;aliir uiiH-'n*lirim, umI Ibf ifniinl 
warnilh ami kii><lnMM of a iiatnrr ia- 
flkiialilc iif j'»'>L-i!<K w*<fn LImi firolta of 
otW mrii luir«tily, slid apm which awl 
mt <>f tbi* rarrxUug inAocnoM of life 
•Mtncd «*« to hara |HUMd. To a aiill 
intcrW arcla bclanged tin* knnwlnlpf 

of"''-- '■•'•■■' * -'--nidiDnl tMnpcr 

aii<: il. bmnbU larty. 

titu- ijHcUatD^ y^r*, 

ai>i iffi of tl« t'hriolinn 

ki>|- 1 anxYTtf Uiiui Dmnlly 

tniouuil di'uUi Iii:(l. tliil t)i(rw iirivatu 
tad ODBnliC Ijait* wr* wiiLout tbo |m>- 
vlnaa of tlkc pr^M'tit nx-moir. Mr. 1'irra> 
jiei*» dokth iH.-t.iirr>il :il t|»' •• iiri'itliat 
adKX'i"! "— ' 'I. hihI (■'■imii luin iti 
th. .( hit (uoultica. 

IWii .1 . uaJ wprr ittLpiMlin) 

to Um» ||Hh« ' : ' . wllidl WBI at 

a MwliliTabiL : V a larga mb- 

oC the RcivU] «2>1 otli«n ct Brid- 

|iorl and Lbv n>igbbo(irhaml. who fitmifd 
a |ini«v«i'in lai fwt in mlvaucw of tba 
corjwe. The |>riiid|ial thoiM ct tba town 
ir«w aba parljally rloaed ttaron^ont tlM 


Roamr tluowy, Eeq., F.R^. 

Jtate 10- At UU ri-«utcncn in .^^lO^ 
aged S4, Itobert Ifiown, Vm\. D C L., 
F.II.S., fnriurTly I'n-aidtiit nf tbi- Ijnna'an 
tiook-ty, Kvcjnr of tba Ftotnuifal OoUro- 
iKm* in tbu Ltrili«h MaMmntt * HMUi (!•• 
•ifniatM by Uhi fnmd Bairn UumboUt, 
" liulajikorotu fiu-ilc |>|M.'' 

Mr. Brown— or. a* he w«a alwayi «ljM 
in anontiAe worltK. Itobert Brtmn -nmi 
tlw wnofa 8ooltUIi K|>i*(-OfMliitne'effy 
WBJi, and waa Imrn nt UoiituMr, un Ibfl 
21«t of DMCwber. 17;3. IIu iu.-*<K-iutral 
tflucatioa wu aM|ULrcd Hrtl at Ma>l»chil 
CuUafrw, Ab^nlMrii, and «idi*ciiii<-n1 ly at 
tli# L'ldvonity of Idliiibnrjjii, whun* )i« 
ronipletcil hi» UK^lieal vtudiis in I'HS, 
aii<l ill U>9 wcne y#ar aec"ni|«nic*l a tSnit* 
tidi fpiwibla rc^nivnt, in l\n> double caiiO' 
oitT of ciin^ luid aMUtaiit-aiirKton. to 
[n*liiud. Tmmrdit the i-iid of lnnt itutnry 
wv liud liiia re«iiliii|;Ht lililinliurgch, Mbraa 
he poUidud lila Ant Mieolifie paper en 
(he ■■ Ktcitfiaiim," ih th« Tmnwctioni of 
<l>e Wenierian Sot-wiy. On the SOtti of 
NoTumber, 17(la, he wai- clri.-t<''l n» Amo- 
ciaU of the ].inn«nan Society of LoodoUt 
atad in IHOl wn behold btm attached aa 
Uilnniliat to I). M.S. " Inveati|pitor.'* 
under the coninatitl uf Cuptaln Flliideni; 
and destined for a survey uf Dip ccuiitt of 
Anitr&lla. The " IiiTeatigatnr'' IpH Jvng- 
Uiid in Jaly, atid in l>(<ci'nibt:r mudc Cnpa 
Irf-o«'iii, oil tho Miiilh-e-nit matt of Aiu- 
tralia, >rbi-ni ■Imi rrniiiK'nci-d Iht cirvoy* 
iiifr "perativDt. and ItuLvrl Uruwii hi* in. 
(■.■>li);aliMi int»Lhc)tiirarif acountiy with 
vliicii bin lutme irill Livr b« aaaociated. 
Tbi! cip«>iiiion mn-ey«d tb* eaAtnt oc- 
tr<mitt of ti*ii't Strait, and then Milcd 
fur IVrt JackMni. whi-rv it arrivnl uii tha 
(iih of May, 18<.»2. Having; fetitiHl ihpre, 
th« voMul MC off H^n on tha &2im1 of 
July, aloaring notUierly, aiid exnloritig 
NurlJiumberluid and CiunWrland lalanila, 
mill Mwc danjfemia ooml rwAi i atill con* 
tiiiiiinc iiu! noartberly coone. iho madi! 
Tumw Stnilv auil itirveyi'd tli« (lulf of 
Ctirpcntaria. It ««& here tfauL 11ie"lD- 
viMli|^t*ir" was foand lo )•« mttea. and 
llMt il K-B* (leairatilv ti> tvlum lo atiiaa 
port. XiTiTlltoltiM. th« •pirit«-d coui- 
iiiunder p«id in itr a vl»tt to Tlnror. and 
thru nuuh) hi* way in hia hialiy Utrk to 
Cwpi! Li-it"ti>. |MUM<>1 tbr(«ngb HMi'sMnlt 
a Mvond IJinv, nntl mMj rcacbrd Fort 
JackaOD «i bba 9lh of Jui<v 1803, wbdn 


OsiTtTABT. — Rohtii Brottn, Et^^ F.ILS. 


tin * hiTwimtot^ iw «md i i M Bc J ■■ M' 
mwonbT-. FHadm^ It k will kao<ni, 
■Mde bi« wa; to Kngftad a* bwt be maid. 
but wu t*kcH priionvr lif tbe FrcMii. ami 
WM ft» KKM tiWf ill r»plj«it]f. ■Ithotlicli 
XafMikos had grMtnl b A-m fam Ut lib 
npnlitkai. Forttimtrljr. Mr. Rrowa i-«- 
ttjfi tllis nnplcMMtit wit raturr, m bo lutal 
raufauid Wltlud is New Scnih W.lo>. 
snddkl luA rttarti In Rn^ Ian 4 tit! tlwrail 
of UOS, brtug'BK with Uiui i>««rlj fuur 
tlwwwl (pBctM nf pknti. « Urnv portion 
at wiipA *«r« fntii*) V nrw to icienM. 

On lib nHtim to EngknJ be bcoun* li- 
bnuiut to the LtinnMiii Ji«ri"tj«if UwiAw, 
At tlMt tine btatltd in tiemKUtnet, 
Solut sad a few jreu* btM- (1U0)> <» ^I*" 
4raUi of Dr. D*7iradar. 1h norlv«a tlie 
nf thff lii^nry kihI collcvtiou ot 
Sir JoMph Bonk*, in wltow b« loniid ■ 
UIktaI pairnn. liotli HtintliMBi he lirid 
URt4 tU dvaill uf Sir Jo*e|>h, {•< 1850, 
wbo in tho moit cmeroui nuauar pro- 
vided Ibr Ilia yroti^, tijr iMving htm » 
pm^on nf briwwn :iOO/. uirL 900*. a-7«M>, 
a litc-lti(t.-r»it ill hit libmy and lirrfa4Titiin 
(h«>|iimitti»-1 to Lho Ilritlah MtMonm), >nil 
lilt! Ii-nw ot ilw )w)W in :iulio-«q>uu-i>, tti 
atliioh hQ >linl. nml •rliioh «ni* for noarlf 
thirty ycura [ > ril(.>t| by 

the CinoR-i n^tit ■* 

kerp^ tit U>c ii.»i>ruu ■.-'iiivi'vu at tba 
LjiritMt MMeiim followed mt a n»tt«r of 
«aura», Mul bs tbervTor* |par« up hi* pnet 
ai libraiiaa to Ibu LInntMii Sui.-i>ty, bnt 
bo fcn>t up b'e inllmitrt «imDL-rliit) wiUi 
tliat la«ni«d bmiT; iu lH:f'J Itc twrnjiw a 
iftUaw (tbat h(;ni*"r niit tmvSiif; iven .te- 
eealble to Um h> Uwik o* ho rM^vtvl un 
wnohwMot ftnm Uw SiMM-ty): iii IH:U tio 

' Jiini<-«. 

'.| I'l.- i: 


to ha l«|:i«tl«<I Uiat tlii* I'Qlilir^tan 

Oo4 beni pnWiiinnl v\< >•< ili" Umi itnt 
and It wanld W tbe Imu iiiL'-iiuiiu'iii 
aiukl be mctoJ tu llin ii:>:iii>:t .if 
illiaririnqa butanbl In pul'Ldi » t^i tit pU fi m' 
coIlecliDii of LU iBRtBidt» m tloa mwiby, 
and in Uia on'gtaol uit. 

llM ftrat fmbUi-stinn wfakb Imd froa 
hia pmi after l>» tvfara la Bn^ii ~ 
tito lint vAlninr <>f PntJtumu Fto 

anwatvd ill IslO. Brftealns 
fenia. it oiUudo ta lh« nla 
0<NMiMOfii«. Untotnix' 
writ woa i>*»ar oomjilat 
" Edint"-— '> !f-i— ■' 

tin, lit ■■ 

rvdaimcdtbv wiioDEi m ilinl u b<«a 

frtfRp ntber a rai* wrrlr, ami b 

,.-.:■ I ■ .. '■!.■■ . , 



plniKiii. .-., 

Ilia mvooA g;mt 

rarioT*a, was p" 

with Pr. Boraflvkl 'lul Mt. J. J. Dor 

nrl wa> ooniidotcd u itliin iLc yean l£ 

— 52. Of l»ii ottirr prindpiil ; 

wc cau Mtly nndiTrtako to S^vv 

ii«ai bat til- -'" '- •"*-■-.' 

Lliv uoIvBTa^i 

vij.: "t!!.., ! 

IJaml in <.'b|i1.. K. IV. 
"Cboractt-n and Dni-rv 
a K'*-"*'* iiaiiipit iift«T I . 

}.;.... *-<)i»«rvniian> • it 

'itiiuii and Oji '.•- 

r. iilml AWfti I.I ■ 

;rr»j>iritt«l :- ■ ij, on 

vC TiTn* "On 

" Ui<Taae-ip:cnl ' .< 

■•iMairiMi > 

I -u It* tfipadllfaiR tn (f. >>:■>' .!•»• 

1 . " ■* ObMrrailnua on OntMW and 

< ftf PevmuUtiua In Orrbiiliwi and 

lUAtmt" "On IJm Fru<-<llt<»!tiin 

I 'Meat" "Or WonrtAi. a 4Kiii» of 

t'b(u«:" "On 1 "itn iabb 

RimtiakmhU Pi". . tiio tmtuH 

■r s«w.u ri-. ■' ■-'- 

t itwcriptloii 

rij iMD- 

fitr (1|- 

[uitr. ' 111 

iL n ujuiji lag*, "vnji iiiii>p«r«"i "itn ltii»'' m n»n» 


OniTDAET. — John Shakexptar, Bs^. 



'lib ir«rt«nportriw. %n nut wry nnma- 
bnt th>?<r hni-o, Dev»tta«lt**. ner- 
« lotting intlui'iwv on ImtEUiiral 
ie«i Mill iMi mull hail CVQT Ifc rfunn 
rio p'^Kt Mijllilns bl^ luul wTitton at thf 
VB«iinni«nceniiru(. uf liis tarcrr thuu ItnlxTt 
Thiit Ii» poMuwd % unmt won- 
rich ftore of kuowM^< if a fnet 
"^ — ( (Tidmt tw ficraiiinit hi* p*- 
. will VtVT JMt * «nur.^i> r>T Um 
. tbai hv W a'4 publiiihoil 
iborv of tbuie •ivnianlatt'd tr«*fiiirM, all 
or ■riiki.-li wvrv ■iTMwrcnilJT lust t<> MrieiKW, 
wh4'i. on the inornli^ of tbe lOch of 
Jiui«. liio i-old tund of dealh Uid tlxrir 
l^iWinaot ti»* for rrcr. 

Ktihrrl Itr.twn iriui •• varl; lu IKIO 
elected a FcHow of Ibi* Rnynl Sodctr ; ho 
WW ■ Mfni)MT of tht! ln*tiliit# cf I-'riiiic«i 
uiil, aii(l«r till! oii;n<~>Tii(.-ii " ILtj'," a Mmi- 
bwr of Lhn linp«rUl I..-0, AiaJnny of 
Oi-nninr; Im wiu bnidpt i^nr>Ued >zi 
honontrj- ni«mk-T in ilic li*t of nvMt of 

tb« miuiir lUKiutie* in all porta of ibo oUl 
mkI new itorkl : the I'niirntity of Oxfnrd 
Omnrvrm) upun him, in \H^i, tbe hoixM-.iry 
JpjT^e nt O.CL. ; awl \>tr r«c*iv«l iVom 
thi; Kiiiiz: of I*RiB^ the di^uration of tbo 
CtiMt Praiaiui civil i>nl«r. pottr U 
of wbidi llumbuklt i> thu chan- 

Wa R^adljr mdorae what haa benn aaid 
af hia p'rivaU) clmractcr h'j a dMtinguUbcd 
oontainitiirarv : "Ibnwuho wnwadmiilnl 
Ui llio (rHfiltp of \i\t intimacy, ntid wbu 
knttw biiii M a toatt, will Inur Dfiiuiimniui 
teatiiBnnjr to Ibe Dnmnring aiinplicilj^, 
tratlinUneM^ and bmcvotenra of hi* ubu- 
t«iTt«r. yi)Xh an ajifKitranca of sbjB«a 
wal m»Tve in Dm ^natnirv of atrangn^ 
h« oomhtncd an open-bMrtiKlnMa in ».■!«• 
tiOB to bia fuailisr fHcada, and a f\ind of 
■gTMabh buBtonr. nonr hitt«r or eaiutio. 
bat alwft)* a{)|irD|>rint<> to the ocaiakin, 
the oaiponriiva of wUirb it ww dd^Kbtful 
to la^iwu. Biit what dlstinfrnisbiHl hlcn 
nbi>*r all olbarr tniU «nw lli« MiiRCuUr 
iqKlgfatncM of hb jadfrracut, whirl) ran- 
disw fain on aU diflctUt omasiona nn m- 
Vkllubla Munarlhr to thmo «rbo li^l tha 
ptivllvf" of Mickiai; Ilia Mlrim, How |ito- 
Rrandlv tlwK ado-i'ablo qnaUtiiM \mA en- 
d«aml'liiin to the bnn« of bis friends wai 
onmiitahcaUj iDaiiiro*l<-d Xrj tb« aTtngMi- 
kh«U<T tirndorncaa with which bl* U>t boura 
Ware irnt«lu<d nnd aootlicd. WMtx Ym fft- 
<.<1 to the laat, he (&ed on 
ii, mrrotiiKlitd ^J Vn ool- 
,., i,M, riMm which liad formrrlf 
IJbcvy of Sir Ja«c|di Bantu. 'It 

JVM ISIO.' » IV ['tu- nfiltl ill*- 

A4tn<Kwi. .tif 

anffariii. ' ''i^ 

beeame n^j^itiu^ci «'j-b Mr. 


lirowt), with'n thrrc f«et of tht Hime pWe^ 
bi thft aanio room, wbnra I aaw hfm to 
dmHj drawin]! hla kal hrvath Uirtm iiyt 
u^. He waa the mme aimple-inindKl. 
kind-1>cBrlMl man iii Numnlwr, 1810, a* 
k« waa in Jane, \9!A, — nuthiiif[ changed 
hut u ttmo chaiig«a na alL' " 

Soar ^Huuenui, Esq. 

Mr. ShakOTpenr waa on cutraordinarj 
man in aaxy TMpvcta, and hta twccnt 
public act of doings hoimir to the birth- 
pUce uT the Hani of \van aUina dtilln 
Um to pu1>lic sr-ititnde. Mr. Sbako«pt«r 
was in the el^tT-Dttb ,vmr of hii ago 
when he diM. Wh«n vniinir be waa con- 
[Krted a* a toaidMir of l»ii(r>A(;ea with an 
tdiMfttiunU attabfiibniMil ui Miu-low, and 
■llcTwnrd* waa tnaafrrrrd to .iddiicomba 
CoUawa, and for a iitnnbrr of yoan nili>d 
tb« oAueof Prvfbcaor of Oriimtal biniraagc* 
In that InstiintfoR, HII l»a2. when hi- vn- 
cat«d hi> poMtioD. During hia connection 
with Addiaooinbe Cotloi^ lie pnbtirfMl 
ftercmlOriftftfl) wr>rli>s tlirongh th« Mrana. 
Allvn,of IjmuhiiiKnll-at.rp«4,nndfWiin tbeav 
worki r««pnl a inui'b liirmT ri'ward than 
artlinnrily fulls to ihu lot f\tn of the mnat 
ftiftcd atithorv Mr. Sliakntrmr'* pnWi- 
catloiw contiae uf ati " linulutb auil Hin- 
dustani Olctitinar.V." royal ko, ; a " ftruu- 
maf of tfa« Hinduslaiii Lnni^agv- ;" an 
"IntrodocUon to the HindaBtanl b«n- 
K'taps" mynl 8ro.i and "Sdecttona In 
ttiiidntlani," in S rola. TbPM works nuqr 
bo mnki-d only amon^ tho olaai of com- 

Ellnl pnl>^i«ationa, Irat they erl'lcnn much 
Lbour and ootMidctsble rfwanh, and fin- 
many yeara, alfbonffh publUhMl at very 
hiftb' prioM, wvra fMy acild to partm 
atodying tba Hindtutani iBiignwth Sons 
cnriona atririm are told aa to Hr. Shake- 
apoar** c«refu!npai,lf not penurionaiMaa^ia 
tDOBcy muLt«ra ; and lliia pnaaloa tor t^ 
aoenmnhition of wealth, tnlh the fneoraa- 
fltl ianie ot hla works, imahled bim to 
loBVQ behind him at hi* di;aih upward* of 
a qoarter of n million of niimey. UiS 
death Look pUca ou the lOtli ot Juni:, at 
I^'^gi'pr IMorv, nrar Iionphbonngh, L«i- 
eeat^nhim a urga oatato wlrch lie por- 
chawd lome ycara ago r>ir £7u,(HI0. Ilia 
Ulnurj be Ina beqaeatlxNl to IVofeuor 
llowiw,of AddlMombeOoU«ff«,<ritbotb(c 
property. Mr. 8hakeapear'a MmiKctioa 
with llie Shaki-)penr« boiwp at Stratford- 
np'iii-AToii may be tld in a few word*. 
TluU naiional property waa bought> in 
1)417, bv public aoftion, for £3.WXI, by 
tbo itlukcapcarian Club, oat of a fund ob- 
tained byrinbJiombM!ript«on,and vaacon- 
Toyed to Viacouot Morpeth, (the preaent 
Eari of CbrlUe). Tbonaa Anyott, Kt<{. 


Obituary. — John Samuel Browne, Btg. 


(tinK (\emA), J. I'. Clliit. E-q.. iml Vr. 
Tl-uuiAi TlioniNQii. In Muy, IUMI, Iha 
London K-lintor of Mr. Jutm Sliakvipfwr 
WToU' to thi* inrtit'it miJinp nt Mratfi>rd- 
tipon-Avoii, who wvPt iuliTivti-d in Iho 
prtwrvAliDTi uf Sliiikc'iN-AT^'a birt1>|ilAC«, 
tliftt hU diitnt «)is dvalruu* of doin? Iw- 
noiir bi.i tlie fheriiliwl jilnoPwlKii? tlif [lotl. 
Qrnt <lrvw lir'>n(li; ami mmi ul^frviinli 
Ir. Sha^cKptmr titmwlf vtntcd Stnifonl, 
iiiBpi-rlfd tlir pnijH'ily. Oa t>U re- 
turn to liQXvlaa, n loiifj i-iirrnpObdeiiMi 
took placi! Iwtwvyn li'ti w^lk-ilur uiid Mr. 
Hunt, Uiwn-iUtk a(& ntford-iipon-AnMi, 
(ID tlii3 KoliJM'l, ii'id uUiiiiRtely ha ngnifted 
lliV lul^iit^oii uf Mr. !>t]»k«ii|imr to giw to 
trmt«» £2,&(K>. for llir |>urpuM) oC fur- 
chMing and tuki'ifC itonn thn liuildtii^< 
a<ljc]tuiti)i llisbtrihpIwn.-i>rsliMln|i>Brr, lu 
■It lu vieet, a iierkTl iMWion, Iw |>ret«.-i)t 
rink from lire, and then of tcfttorli-g l\» 
Iiovite ti> the ilaUi in Kliirli iL ik T(r|jre> 
Knt«d in mB old cnKraving (h cppy of « liirb 
U in thfl Bhtiidi Un^eain), and u it if 
•oppcavd to lwv« tMwn nt tlu> birth »r tini 
poet. Tlic dctiJ of Ir •! wa* immcdlRttly 
cxtvuted by Mr. ShNknpMr, tranifcirinp 
llic £2,600 into llie iiainm of iiiin' tni*- 
lc««, wlio h»v» niicw [iiirc'iiMMl tlw boilM4 
on caoli sde of ilic birtlii-bice, and idopled 
other mcuurea m oonforBnitjr with Mr. 
.Sliakpspnir'Bwithfa. ll* nevx-r jirxifiwicd to 
hv rv1at<^l to tlic icr«t Iwrd. Knt tliougUl 
It protnUtf Ikitt liL- WM fl«9C«'ndcd Iniin » 
bnRCfa of tbv rMRitlj. Htf wa> it-rv )>nr- 
Ucular in ap«Uin|{ ll* own vmov in lli« 
way wo bare given it. nitliout tli« tbiAl e, 
whiUt ho al«>)« wroti* Itiat of Uit )UFt 
Uiita: " Shftk«)>««n>." — t>A*fflt/il Daily 

Jons Saupbi. Brownf, Ksq. 

jHHt 6. At Ilit n-Kid«Dce at Walvtortli. 
^umy, ill Itis 76i)i yc«r. J&ltn ^amuul 
llrawni-, Kiq, 

Hi! <*■■ tiku oltlMt Hin of Jolin Ilrowne^ 
Em|,, A.K.A., tlw cinlnrut lumlK-ipe m- 

Snver, (a mMnfrfr of wImiii iip[H-urx,->l in 
le OtmriciiAX'n Uaoxuks, Dec, IH<)I, 
p. 1149. ami abo a ncent nnlln.- in tlie 
October number nf IMI, )>. 31H>,j anrf 
iim1m>ii ofllw lU'T. Jolin llrowiii-, [Uvlur 
rituolon, in tbf- ctiaiity of NorlVilk, 
Mr. Br-jwuc wa« b«irn in Si. >'Bvi(ii;r'(i. 
fioBthwnrlt. on thr IStii S-jit. IVSl', xmI 
rteuiTe)! lii* Mln<nit>irii nt llie MiiiM''.'n- 
hoow AndcniY. CnniWrwilI. at that time 
«owlBCtml hy ihr Krv. 'Hiunuu KuiW^ 
I),I) H«To Ik" nlt4tim<l "i"*!! a i'nj(H-litii:T 
in arithinKte. titiil )ie tt<<(»l tint in hn 
cIbm. biuI frw at )/ia a^-i> c(7uld be f 'uud 
tn ctini[KiTit with tilin Tlila limnrb of 
leanilng afW»aril» [ipAvd «a«uUiIljr acr- 

vir.mlil« 1i> liim, nlilbt ho biwM'ir w>c| 
alwartt muli ui-tifTiiQ*ly lu itiijMrL II 
(iil)(-n. mxnv yf whom werv dnl'ivii to flK 
iinp'TtJint pMlUniM hi llfA Ilia fntlwr,] 
with a vii-vr vr ' iibbiru'i 

profMaian, |>1.< nfj; niiilrrj 

l)i«carc '' " r..^.. .., 


Ik tnatlt Ur dilirj 

g4<ntly u . uiirk till 

lll£ •liCHLii: uf liU :.j11i<.x, niilcd I>i|iih»ii 
in lEtOI, nt vihirh jieriuil, a» itntll ki>r)inn,J 
tJu tine arte b(^an \o decline, dlcitc from 
tbo want i>f hi^l) ]ialroitiig<! than nf iiattv* 
akill. llrn'n|iun .Mr. Itiownu, |iu>iiiin^ 
a fri^iKt in tliv |<T»uti of liir Williamj 
llt'iiaby, Itart.. a |}ir<vt'ir nftlie luiil Indu 
Cuuipatiy, (ulnsu biiillivr, Tfauiniu B«TRa>j 
Uy, li«i., of Holt, tv. Noffolh, w>>» Mr.; 
UrunniT'o m^-At unrlr.) vhm uppttmU'd Lj3 
him ti>b clcrkihip in lite Kaot li -iliii Hixiu)^] 
where 111- '■■-'■■ ■..,,■■ ■'■nlt'i with] 

tUc Intt I . S«rcii«f ] 

of tbt i; I roruiiil 

l»Lliii|; fr>i-ti(J>iii)i, 

Mr. linimiA In lib lei«irv linnni, «tiU^ 
cultivated his liiate for archil ect oral ilmir- 
in^ and h»» Mi a [lortfiilio eontaining ■ 
niitnhor uf cun-fVilly eiLn-ntvd titpitt, a« i 
ntx) a fa* nf biit own dcM^TiK in Iniliaal 
ink, )>riui'ipHlly if niranuiiii and ccrli'Miu-l 
tlwl ntriM'turo*. lie niw wn»iJervi| by] 
Cduiputcnt judgea jnirlienlarly eieicr In , 
dmivil)|^ tite hiiLnaii llgtir«^ of nbidi Im 
list iImi l«rt ■niiiA fiiw *|ipcimeuR. Ai on 
engT»v(T \u< wilv tm-cuti.'d wio print, vii 
a view of ihi' )M*ur nf dlwaivl 'j'hrtd. Kw)^ 
at IItUmi, Iliiiitti; titi: ixri lii» (lur* 
■uitN 1aki-n nn r^iXMitc iliivctii.<u, thi-r« ttl 
vcty little donlit he iiii«iiil linre r%nileA 
in thia Ijntneh of Llie 6x>t arta, tliii Aaiuq 
finitliiil a\\v of hi* father Wing ajiiiarent 
in what be atleiiiptt-d. 

ThrMiiili bi* iutiiiincy »ilb Sir. Kiahar 
be »L'i)tilr«l a tiixtv ftir anlit|u>IJc<s and 
was InlTuducvd by tlie latti:f lo wbr; 
vminEiit wen of bis day in that path of 

In 1812 lie iwhlirlted n CaleloKuo ct 
Bif lK>t», voDtJiiaing tli« mcramon o( urch- 
bi*bDi>t and U*hi^ of the provineoa of 
Caiiiirbttnr and liirk fVuan Iba i(«volu> 
tioD nf lt<S$ duw'ii ti> die atinvo ywrl 
(P. f. and J. V- ■.■■■■ ■ t, thdl 

(JBATI.tMihS - J, [I,] 

357. In nuui,_. j, _ ,_ i lli 

eonipilaLion to a ti-ry remit |ii-tkhI, ti 

tludMi; \h" I'-ict Iii'l'iri :iri!! rii'i«ti;il *.!•«. 




«)i;i - n.i.>ui..i .111.,. J. u. : 

\SSS,] Mr. runter 0/ Thru^hi/nw.—Citrifjf Dtceated. 


Til diniur S*nr% Un wm in nct-oaioniil 
R<ntnlpalor to the i(i:!(n.i;:ti ix'a Mioa- 
8TX11, «n-l ■!*« to xUc •• M.iriiiiiK HctaM." 
Ho ttiu }[iftvj wit'i M rnriiirLiililjr ri>lKn> 
tivc mmuvrj, !■'• (VifixU IktIti; e^mwilly 
In th« hkhit Dt iji^iojiiiti; ti> him Xa 'tiviiJii 
wltcRcvcr iUIl-^ ■"tc ralli'il iD iiao^t'tdu. 
Up wot wril ni'ij'iiiliitnl wllti Svijiture 
bUuiry, and lur tirnrly (Uly jeare uf liia 
UfnliMl kqil • Irtl ••r r«fi.-iYi<t«--lNMk of 
■II avrinotit Iw hul hMrd ^n>aeh»A, nitli 
th« tbunc of tbc imasfaar, which hr con- 
adctvd • |p«al brip bo thii mcnorjr. 

Mr. Brciwnts wliif intt nn evaiiftulical 
Cbnrcliuuiii, p(WMM«(l an aniUbiLty of 
Innptr. Mnibined with a ftoailineas and 
npt'^hliieia uf |tiir]>o«ei, ttial ntaile hi* ac- 
■|ti)iiiilaii<v H plouMiT- tu all nrhu annntbt 
fti altlioiigh sil'(r<l with an tvel'wc uiitid, 
bfa llOililY Htl'tH'litt. (^I'.eiKliilg Uu:L to a 
mMklvrafalo Uimi of bla Ufc^ hnd bean 

1I« \e\A up a rlo«e Inlintiicjr for tliirty 
»'K*n nilU llw lnl« ll«T. William Hnl- 
Carr, of IVvonshifiiliuif, MarjW- 
li> wliuni lie niu it'*'u(itlv rrUted. 
\iitn- .1. .:.. . i^,f ptriud lU" Lotlvr luaUu 
hi' : : thcw bidariatt pniiitinj^ 

itiut '^H raliuUu cnllrciiFin. and 

wiiidi lie nianiflMallv UqnaalbiK] to thu 

H- had two hrotlirr*. vit Ororijit, n.-- 
(•Ully rrtirvil frani \Mv mnto wrvkv «ft«* 
p iMriod of fillT jMrt,— h<! W«a the hud 
of Um AlMlit rtepartiB>^nl,~*fld 'flKmuu, 
wba In mrlT lifii hpiiI to Jnva umlvr tbv 
aiM|n(<M vf Sir'Hi'^mfl* SiMiuftird lUttoat 
wbMv ba afWrward^ H^ttlMl »d a iii«r- 
chaoK. and baa avar aiiru runtaiiml, bniikg 
»nw (ha oUeat Eiwlidi rvndiml iit tlhit 

In I81U, he niiirri«il CaUiarine, third 
ilKiiitbi-r r>r JonaClinn (lafiib^'o, Oi-nt., 
at ttn^titin', ]ilitlitl«M'i, \ty whi>4i) bift hitd 
tail *»!■• ittMi |l>rvi> dwicMv's via. Juliii 
JinHtlian, ax Knaign in tbv liitli Kt-^t. 
IVitubav N.I. who dint at U.iroila in 
IKSI, William tieiiTip.'. l.'uDiarini' Kliaa- 
bvlb, I'ninri* Aim, niarritvl Ui Rilword, 
four" T I '. Em)., Lit« of 

II. M irSuiann*. 

\'.- < ■>• ■•!'?« intemd ia 

Chi- Xiirmiod Cviuvlcry, 

mil... I :". t 

Ml. TraaKH or TMnrattaBori. 

lli.i -"(lUisiDW Hi-mlJ" ra«ird» ths 
di-alb nf Mr. Tunn-r i.f TtiriBliftrori-. ai:^ 
n'ncly. In nrlv Ut'« W <«»■ tlio fVi^iul of 
IlilnHT, Mair, arid Urmld. "Atthcron- 
eUvi.n uf till' Irt'iii-h witr in 1HI&, uriat 
dWvi'iltMil i>n.'V,ii!i •! thnai^liuut titv okiii' 
Xxjt pATticalvl; iu (Jm trnt sf 6«itlui4. 

Tlip fwult wa* a iiBitOT^U witcry for par- 
Itamentarj' nifivm. and public uitvtin^ 
h«camr tin' ir>lt-r iif tlip Aay. Tlie Uading 
men d*trnintii-l 011 haldiiiK a ({ivnt piitilio 
UH-vt'tuc iu tba Orwn. but the vagMfrU 
d*ffnlt«rir* (if the time n>ftiMd the nae of 
till- park fur •iip.-lt a purixiw, and nthw 
«lMr^ tx-inn dmiml, .Mr. Ttinior oObrad 
tliv prlvili^c uf a lli'td iiLta.'Iml Xa hb 
]irn|»PrtY »!' niruili;(run;. and lu-ro, hi 
IRbt, tfie flr-t Urga oat-<I'>ar niwtlng ta 
Fav-ur 'if ;<» rtinmantvj reftmn t<x>h plao^ 
iinwiirtU of :!»,<no poopla bciiiji; prpwnt. 
Mr, Tiirni-T n'lwr ht'Tamn a ninrkra tnan, 
and Ktiortly *tyn this tb« Lord Adrocato 
U 'l*oD!>oliy itfuM a K^amuit for bit ap- 
i)r«bi-niii<Mi (III a cliaqjv rif hi||li Ireaaou. 
Hv and •wacnJ otb>ra WLt« takiw up iind 
oiirillaud in BridnrcU for aonif tiini;, tmt 
tbit Htargc brin^ gntundlcM, all nrrn ro 
atond tu tbinr Iriotida. Tlie pmmlinga 
|pk*« « imat uotoriotj to Mr. Titruer'a 
nam^ and h« now CDmapanded with Ui« 
liii'liii^ lEa'ruruMTauf Ihi'thi^, llwIatD Lord 
Arrliibuld Hiiiniltoa, M^jor Ciittwtigfat, 
\lv. Jnwpli lluiao, Mttd other ed«brttiaa 
tit tbai atainp bnn|( annnfc hi* frModa. 
The vrar tmiuunilila \H'30 found Mr, 
Tnruer a tfsluua atul OL-tive parilwD la 
Iho iprnd old oiiui'. Ouriuf; that ino*b 
rvvUIn^ p^riml l^iotHooti tho ad>'«ait of 
Ilii! "lliTwi (^loriuiu dnyv" and tho pan- 
iiifC «f t>i*> lErr^irTii Itill, ho WM a mMt 
Bclivi; nrKnniutr of Ilia politickl aaMcia- 
X'ysom wliicli ilioaa tnio* cntlvd into ex> 
bu-noe. atMl wm tht ch^iman of tfaa 
tiJai^Dw Poliliml Uniou." 


Jimf,T. ny)iHo-< 'ilcluMckCbba, 

gfvl M>. thr 1^>- ' ' SaJbtr, D.D.. 

Bcuiuc iviUiA <^ 1 ■>. piiuia. n* 

AfKrtMA KM ridrr •iic u: tin' Uu FruruM S«l- 
Irlr. Uf bJKl been la a dtpicMnl ouu of aiad 
for noinr tnuf m rprnrim is rvtlriaB* tnatltn, 
and III* ]i>i>' (utiU ■ i(i4Ul Of "TiBpanrjr tt- 

.'•.>• IS. AvhIII, th« lUr. n«Mai A)aU«r 

Omrrrit. U A. IS»I, ^L I'rto'* C^Ueg*. itaa* 
briilgt^ C. ol TMBWMIfa. 

/*nr 1». At KikO'lrrrr. iha 11* t. J. y. 0r*. 
tff-i. IL a ( aBil Ualtiluklll. 

J.iiif 10, \t I lamlrinki tt'Cl-iiv. mv4 Tt, tb« 
UfT. /..*>■ ffiiufJ/. Krvtorot Uianrtnto. 

y«n» 11. ,t*rii W. Itif 111-'. Il'-ty /Wrmi. 
LUB.. Viou.'ll'n'-tt-urv, Ciic«liln,aadtonuil7 
Viear at S'WUiii, ItTbiili ri' 

Ju-i 2\ \l 1 n;. ifeL' - KirlLmrd 

»»'j»W, II A. U», H :■, CoB- 

fcciilcr. ufU'^ArM. llt.i.M 

At i>* ft»>1'Oj, B(Oil*'l. I ■■! 1^ ■ ''-•»■. 

tBpf \H.rr. U A. iRai, M.A I' .-i' 

■jmui . ' r.c. 0? 

St. M 'Jwjri*'* 

. 'on. If* ' CO. ilio )!«>. Jfmrf 

. ' >H I, riarfl rnlUvr, r*in)iniil(nv 

Bau4<j Litjuiii LMIIUU •< it. HaJT Sg««nM, 




ITncr TbmmtM rtrrrt. Leadoa. aiiA TnnULar at 
Mort Mgrti uT Nwtm Laarr ■»<> r»)*tD. 

Am a. At One llrMorT. aril l'^ <■>• Rr*. 
Cmvv* Bvimmi, E. «< HolTh; i 1*11), Totktkrlf*. 

Uttif. On tau4 lb* l-iiso D( Vt'iln. «a> kk 
funut ban* ttnm Cktoatu, Uh Hr*. ArtU^ 
g* J ltWfc B.A» MM at Uw lu> «( FR4nk 
UaaOun, hwt^ MntMn-bill, L«a««k*bin. 

AJvL At«,Uifac44A^ UTd«-Mik. andlS. 

d4)rac ColtoKw Ctntteldirr. fbtBertr Curu* of 
Rxh^ Waralckidiir*. 

^■/» t. At MoMfet-kOI. UrCTpMl. Med II, 
fk* 8«>. ij'irani ITibM, P.C. •( BusbviMn 
lUUl. CbMUr*. abd bcmertr tm naar iw« 
kuur of A* r>« OnuBBU BchiBdt. OMflMoM. 

/»J> I. Al fanifciamrnBi ■«*] a, th* br. 
JfUiiJmt Jmwtt JVaorfy. BJI. IM3, ILA. UtC, 

OvM Odbffii, Oilwd. IL of h. ClfaBnt**. Ox- 
ted. *ni DowMk Cluif UI« tJ Uw Ewl oT 
~ ~ iteraMh. 

iTi. e. At tbr OlarmtoiT. An^k. Iba fUnr. 

MI .<iyo*4 JtvMnMM, RMkEWTT. tlOKhcr. 

« *a« ef Uw But . Tbaam KoMacj EoUbmi^ 

JaT.e. AitbFOh 

JmlfXo. AiIUBPto*.i«fd», dwScT./dU 
JWuM, Vtair «r Bnxv Xmm^, nfir WHmj, 

Jiify It Tba Oct. IPiliMO Ul»^ B*cfc« af 
Wk>«Um-. AU IWtM*, ^arMl^ *llk HiKlvrt 
and Buvbr. Jimtblk. taimalj ■cUoa of OMiflk 
unl C*ki* Coa««*. ChwbtWf*. 

VnJy IT. ne Rev. /■*> frwgrn, M.A., Tlcar 

A>/* IS. At l~. irmfaowMiURnn, ufd tl. 
a* ST. W. J^nrit. tar vwr fW* ngar of 
jUrfiDt^ Lanf bf, Oetu. 

Am II. At Wkltanrtk. aeu Kochdalc, icnl 
!■, Ill* En. A'fAarrf J t afciw— . ft* twiatr-ilrc 
frtn pBilu- of ti'r IslrpiliA'nl CiHin*C*tW at 
WltkKM, Xm*%. ud prvrtMulj oT CntSriil, Sur> 

JwlfU. At OU««aw, Bind n. tfc* RpT. AuM 
ArwfA-f*. U.U., Kfltor MtoMcr af Ua L'kitnl 
PfBihrtvfUn Cfcaiek, AndtnCoo. 


/aa. 31. AtAdataUr.9nlkAiulnll>uikArrl 
M— J— , «*q., (Idnt aad cmljr lonitiag tm it 
tk* laltf Adai Bctarti llmrnwi. 

A*. A Al C&aMlum. T. «. CnM«r. cw).. 

■dm <rf Ika latr T. CVtbhT. v«|.. irf lUlbL, atil 

act*a« nt HvM. Bnlik, af l>n«n«t«>-*<f«**, 

,<fvtl t. 8v wylcatga of ■ wniita* (fiw 
a* MiftaR ■! tb* MI)' of Kotah, acnl X\ I a. t. 
Botcn BalMWima, »nl H*tt. Bnai'vj Uibi 
iMhurr. IkifaiH UajM tn \ht BatoaoboM Field 
Pina, aad MEMid am a< Ckd. ntUwifsa, of 

Xf^wt At IMbMiw. TIcMk, M*d 
i«Mllan4. MA. lUiririaa wtte NtlbM 
l4li«4a IlMpmL Md Vadkd JarM to dw Sv 
tnMB Oowtat tfV<iiili 

Apnt%. At Irtnn, HJ-IT. -vdtedr, oT 

r-1 — ta a* kMH, wvd H, wmun Biui, 

ttlnl *!• af iW lata Jaiaw Vkld, aat^, of Mm* 

JartJ t. At Ckwminra. affd 31, Umt I«te 
LUdr, WU NarL, third MQ «r J«fta Unle, ««., 
ato*wt'*>(o«», TfPMia^ 

..9*^ u. At duttu, unii. cauu. nrcrafiin 

iprtl n. At Aftaahar. of dnrntarT, tJaal. 
^ *:«*• (".««iu*>T MuKrty. Hill lUft.. 

_-«l^**- JWMWTM N'rr. uar UWn, adttl 
ft. CHIM. rklBp r. 'Ji ItotatradttaBS 

m*«. MMttMk.... 
Maf 4 Ib lk» uiuaJi IK 


"CuutMr." of «Wcb h» -rw Iha «MMH«*r. 

■(•d ti, JuHH HOTard |tn <. na. 

W. ' -"t-trir. K«iw/««to% a<i< T^ 

IM' I •!.« Uonl, nq. 

ki- -tic -J U. i. iMttmtIt, tt^ 

Bair . .. uliah.^, 

Ai iBoi ItemH, nr UarthBt«afll> 

rui>: >< ClaiM>bKll. Hottattiniw 

Al-i -. >. .it.>i.wUtad, (intmi, ajM K 
linL-i'Dl. Uoia A/iKiP', H M '■ KkA KarU 
roKPirnl MirrlvtM aull al Ui- Uta Hok M}1IB(t. 
«aB.. of Wwrtlnrr^K., Ca(*uakto-«. 

At HaBltlOM. tkt vifk <tf 1U| ■ C tr, llod«M«, 
IMb n#«t. U*ilr,> .Haaia InteMTT. 

Ai niv*-w»*^-lltaiMW, aacd SI, Man. rda 
«< Lb> 1U«. K l4>k*T. 

At IM WA. SoUlBihtn, Adfllpka* ll«n. 


8««cnrt-pl, Gtavnr. JahK B«*Mr. «a. 

Afayt. Aard HK. Man. «»*• a4 W. Bal^ 
Wl.«— .,«fCto»t"--'— - 
At hU Maino. 

eRa<tk««lit Rri:' 

|«Iia. lart 




tBr>n.. _ 1 -- -1-, -- 

of ifai Artim)', Uiaaani . 

Jfaa I). At bla laui: 
M. J«Lii'a.«%4d, Kfed iX i ^ — 

Agnl U, Dtrttd KvVDaa UM>iii«i*r< 
tar.. latbwUii. 

ira»U. A(LDiteaw.Ck|K.W«.K:- ^. :^. 
In. Wth Bert., aidr^e-cainn to bia tUeoUmaj 
iba C«NNnaa<rT.Ui.Cklrf, aaj t«rTittKg mh «t 
CAli roralcr. Dniotr-AdJ.-OfnrnL 

BfiUanda H«Tmk. aan., ut U«U. 

AI UaalUBU. D«ndvr. asrd U, OnoUac W. 
XfMi, (tdnt das. (>( Jatan X*kh. ■■)., Of IW 
Liw>, rurtuikhlrc. 

AtOii«*«ia&, ■ftdM.MuUia, wUWvl MvfAn 
PatK, cat. 

JCiw 10. AI iba r*MNMa af r.«rrg« Ptmm'. 
mi.. iSwtt S«*a. Soatk Atvt, tUdru Ptnd- 
daan, afad dlLVni. tiakrjr Dattib, a^^ Aiijii 
taMHMriNn BJC l.r.C aenitf Ike Lu iTn. 
I wpfc IfaftK —g.. UlQofCmlanl, Km. 

AI n.1Iill0Nt JBaqi, FnaawIiM. «Uav «( 
OapL W. A. HUbwoe. Ilntr-Coiuu"*"'!- 
Can.. Madna Ar»f , aad dan. of iW Uia CfaarUi 
Sncbai. n^., tf MiMavfilaee. BdHfawfh. 

iT'irlT. At IW Rlrrcv - bv«Mh MratfBM. 
5#« Yirrh. bf aSt>Dli>( bliiiilf l&imifk M 
bnrt vitn a ptHoI. Unrr WiOkn nnboR, 
ralra'iirl}' koown UinoirtioBl U>* I'nitnl 9tatea 
aad timi Hr)ui<i aaaa a«ikorof(«lFbnt|'. aitd, 

wot* njpcwUU; IWr hit watha an •anrUHMIiAIn 
oailfT lilt ■«■ d* /'aau «r " fntii rtmarta*." 
Tbou^i mcr itt nan (dMr.he- ictcBI}; aaiTi«4 
a ivaai lailr id 9\ tmm dbans M ««• arivfatad 
a Irr BTcki alter BMtti^b He IrA iBnEnd 
l*tim>,rruB«r|iiablt<nata •BpaaTikatdavMtlo 
dilTrmifM kd Itf tbf tafBMiaAM of lb* raik act. 
TW -Nrw TMk Barald-* «lna ika fvUHWinx 
UottwpUcat nouoa itT lb* itiilaiiMMaia kmoi*- 
naa :— " Ur- Hatbcvt aaa a dwaaiiAiiit. i.d kt» 
IWb«r** Ud*, traa lb* noMi hooaM of 
•nd PwtjiMdWBiiliaaUMt aBnorthrnaiiiaai 
Dean «f liiMtoMur. (h« OaaMnMa ana Vvi * 
B«t«raad VllUan llarban, MUkmed hutfa ■> a 


UMntT inaa aad a UbmlMlMaut. lU vm 
a. AfDil T. 1*Ci. bmf it '\f itna 


•r Ma dMtk aim- U r>s ' 
B»n rblbp >baB ll>^> 
(ndnatH] aT f*itu> C-; ' 

ffi;-" ■■ ■ ■ 


lUd to trj M. liirluK' 

«bna ba antnA !■ D*.- 
idiiillult ud pMlUkbi.' 
aMadbknaaaituifimi* w- • 
■ ■if urn ta Ifca bn* rhiH'i'a; 



■ ■!.'■ .-..1-. Mt 

rlhnl U C4MUV 

:.. W.1 bf 

■-: liUIa, 


:>:i> id I 

•m: wMtfarf of Mf. 

Idifri, Kkm h« (AmiiikI to) (iigki *MrK, 

Bto slMlH) nMirii*». Ui «Mf roici if Ik- 




IhnMlM. Mk lWan*>Ml uid pndkal, in 
•*•>; 4 uf n tmtma of Untvlure, mw6 ku rttn- 
MdlMrr MpMlV tot liUnrr Uboor, oould BOi 
maata dornMnt all IKI* itne, u4 4utki9 MUlr 
tte «li(4« ptrtud of tii» lutuntlilp b* »• fmncn 
oa 0**rmrf «urk> uf imnou* liacruitlaat?* It 
Ihm «tm » Uirtaf Mt. tfarbrit** Utmry |ii»- 
Jtllao*. «lil«b are nucatruat. 

jr«y IS. At WvMnktfilMi, i«nl Si, HuiMh 
ttBaatI ; and on Uit «th iBit., tmrd M, RiclLull 
RUkcU. TlwjrbadBMimAntefsilManL 

At lib pti fc l i no*, FrtorT-vvv. Wv«| Slxntp- 
U»t, ttA M, Uttuj, rUcsl Miriti>lB( Ban af 
CnuliH Haurj PtiHUpa, «»<|., a( Tnlalcviiq, 

At RTunaorlek-pl^ B#«rai'*-pnk, mb«*> »■ 
Xlluhitb WOlkMi. nlkt of A. ThMupuii, a«D^ 

JT-y !». Al Morfraa, «f tfantuM. ud ^k 
limt. Ilj- Cbrrrjr, ^iDd SI.N.L, raunnat MB 
■I tba Uu AI«K. latHi CbctTT. ••«.. aT U.C.S. 

Jf^ H. At bla raddHiM. tha X^dbuaa, mutt 
LMtov. ■!«« n, JokB BaM H*I1, uq. 

Ai Baandal^vUbt, Ibutaiglaii, agad O, Mr. 
1%<NM* CanwO, of avnwMk*. 

Jfof ». Ai8nitk-4C, B*tb.*ndt^i«l[uia, 
wtdov •( tiw Bvt.JiAh VaUM »»it», laM 
XntUir of ChtWka tUUtri, WUia. 

BaUrimty, BWeikay. aod at Bawm OUSord, 

JfaylS. AltiukiiPV,iifb>ar,ai*ilH,lient. 
Wb. UanMri. Ill Idwltaa ruxUlna. JUt-Of 
MURp tn IM lala te Banr HankMili abd Sb 
0«tnm. «Uai« mm at Itaar-AdaUral liar- 
brlavatf hj both oOoax and ntan wf hb 
It. H««M«lUiGtiitnl Krill trbntba 
bn\aaulal H*bBt«*i •Ilk ibaadTaacia 
tttm AlbUwkod, OMler Uajur KatMud; 
■Bl! tn rtwrf battla buabl and opantkiii fnr- 
fcraM m4t» tbc Ula tiij ll«»nr Ba<tMek and 
HU JaaiM Ouiram. hk boi*« bring kDlnl widfT 
km at tke iMt alUok OB Ike Xoom llifh. Sir 
JaatM ObItsmi, In U* Dtrbdoa (Mar, d«t»4 
Luaknov. lOtk StpL. IkU, ilUr rafkrrtaff to tka 
tttlaalr* of ranoot oMctrtand ragtmaNU, myu, 
*■ ABd BaaUi. t»u o( Uw mk lUAlMdm. wIm 
ltd tka adranea on Uw lla^dattey. kaadad kf 
iMr bt*n wawKr, Colonel ttlMad, Mo««ft- 
paUM k« tin fallBNt Lieut. UaniMtd, ai<l*4a> 
«BV 1ft OmmtbI Ibnloek." UtudalaobMa 
■nHoaad t^ tltaaa in imblk dM^aidwi^ and 
M Wl is a Ika tkanka of tha Oofanwc-Ganeral In 

M WMdcwwtb, md ID), Jobn Ewtn«, «k« 
•W kara Hib (kukar. I'M. at fkiroDdbore, 
lATtab «( I^rttn. StKKnc. U* kAd btdi (or. 
B«r^ OTfaaat in ika Faot 0««rda, and kad 
mrn» In tk* WakKnnaipedaMn Md panu- 
aiuar aampiAfoa, bmI waa jpiaitotd rmrtMialr 
to tk« bAlUa at Waiatleo. He >Baiiirt taaaik- 
aUa pkTitcal ilranftk. and niatnad UaHenlal 
hraiuaa to tka iMt. 

JTarM- AtTfttanhaium.BfrKMadM^ElU.. 
Cowajm CMMMa or Uardwkkft. Ma waa dan. 
~ Ika Mlb £>ri ot Balaarna. aanl of Ika prvnat 
I af Cnwtad aad BalB>m*> and owtkn o( 
0>B*laM«f Mctbaroiifk, draaUw Onaacar 
'1, CowMMi I>avBgvr Donm. mnd IMj 

dtr BaUMf, kn Isiljrthlp'i lour aooa 

'JutlMK all diad krforv Uw Ul« carl, vko «m 
■ W Md r d kr Ika pnarat knd, hia i't|'k*'>- 

Al Bdlnkvrsb. ^ed »(s Om. A. M. »rodc 

A) ImMJank, B«c«tit**-p«tk. agtd 9», LoniM, 
trUk ar WnUan Alaundar BUka, MlalMar of 
ibonMkunacCkaML Dn«wton-M« ud Sea»> 
tatraf tk* kaldlHa- Arlaad Smbij. 

Afvd n, Ckarlai Frcdcrttk Qlcdtr, aaq., 

jr»*3T. lBrifi^a«d».Va.TlH)a.TtMn», 

■»., al IgklMdJokta. Wkll^ank. Sakv, aad 

«rlaktlald-kwac XuTMionMd.. landatt, br- 

■nm of Ika Bn^ am •ar*k*. 

U Wa TariioKa^ BadthBe-tMnde. Urbtol, 

0«»T. Ua». Vot f "CV. 

^vAH, Jiwapb Ealiu. aa actiTo and ktfirvDlrat 
UMnbar af tka Soolatr aC FiMuU. 

ifwylS* AlAnaDokasiaKumaadl.Haiban, 
r».nii MtTltlnc dau. or ibeUta Col. Junoa L«v- 
IkcT, of Ika i«aatr al WeaijiwnJaail- 

At Uia Vicanita, Kaion Sooan. B*dK Karjr 
Kaxna, vHa of tha Ibm. S. O. Pawcctl. U Jl. 

ifny 1». At tluUlnikxk. IXth, OacUla, r>>«V 
fat lUu. o'lk^IaloC. Ha?. ca». of IWIUndock. 

Ai xprtajHull, ta, Limdundnrr. agad W, 
WltllAui l^nwX-0>D]rn(liaai, iim|. 

Al Mlll««. Wunenteisbtiak aaad ftt, Pnmek 
Harwtwd, eaiL. ot lidia-<ai>e-nalfi titctpo'l 

Al 8olbr«, Badlrt|b, Eiaai. ««»d CA, Ann, 
wido o( JoDatkan Wood, taq. 

ACdvlU. Al button Baanliiiilon, i^ad M, 
JonatAan Butt«a. «a<i. Tbc decvaiM «aa a nm 
wbo bad rtwn Cum u> laBlu, and kid aliaload 
la n ttate of alBn«w» and Udepcadane* kjr kla 
ara parMnatanea sad IftdiatlT- ^kan U ftnra 
of ace be <nlMl«d into tkt annr. and «m for 
aoDM itma qaanatad is Inland. A flrr batnf in 
tka armj about fonr vtaxt ht aavMl anMch 
monaj' la purrba** hlf d)iebai)fa and ralum 1o 
XottioxbAin. He tbci* nockfil aa a Uboonr, 
and alw at a nucklag bams, lla and bb hf^ 

Ikar. eooJataUT. aMnaged la rala* meakar wonit 
to pnrekaaa a liwa maahln^ and tka uada htlag 
tbm a van pMAtaUa an*, ka aaen auaoMdM In 

Inataaainf Ua biiAe« and imiirairldit bii poal- 
Iku. B. na nara ace be tunbaMd ui etutu at 
liMUa B«nnutgtM^ at oblEib plae* he took up 
kia raMraaa. So uicctaalul had ba been In 
buatnaa* ikat ba u mid to bare atnaiaa d a Air- 
IWM oenaldMabl]' ciri44inH i:iin.aDa. 

Xalefjr. At Tt«uiier«.acvl t3,Tb«D)aaP«ar«^ 
Ika baad Khrapidiiie tUni. Tba dt«t«acd, vbo 
waa ana <4 Ike taUnd and (tuuteW men In tka 
eoiaarj, had. tor iii<«anU ot tlilrlf jwara, at 
wnkta Biiil UU(. nblbliPil bimx-ir m a fflant, 
ana tbevn t>i> riiwri> na a anl-eluaniulUBt, 
LaltMlf kebad lufctnlfroDidrcqw)!. Tbalnd]-, 
•kick «M onlrtnl bj Ibe coroner ta ka Innin 
dhialj' utennl, raa tald «i|t In tka canimn, 
wbllM tke nHiabon ot tka ompanj, ketadtng 
tba wUa ot tin deneaead, waia jparfonulng bi an 
MDokilnfl lent. 

AtObjar^ nasi KBmtkaa. F.tat Indlafi, aaad 
to, SUnay iW. SwalBeld, Unit, tn D.M.'ii Sltl 
tJaht latantTT, atai of RMvrt H. ftaaAeUI, ra^., 
e< woiidown^odffe, near Wajmontb. Itonei. 

V. HaTaa, ona of tba oldwt and ke4 known 
journaUitB <ri Pwila. He oaenpled a poaMon tka 
nke of whkk la mikaonn on Ik* EnsUak new** 
P*[i«T prc»— be lUppked fetaldii navaafidfoMCD 
Ulvaiapfc dcapaidwa to nil the Paiiaand moat *r 
ikartmakptcftnclBlpatiua— UMMBUDr«*and 
tka aanadanmahaa Miring Cnr all. RetaJTinjiB 

__ I Ika fmnanb ka iMk <■» lo 

andSfy, Mlbraapa*iabli^lkedal]TfcTel(n or>*v 
M a* to lUM lla poller i and the aaoaMuecM ••* 
tbal tba Fnmck puUlc nan* bare baa any ctkn 
than a swat tmpatfael Mea ol tka real ctata of 
(klsf* tn IntalfB conntrW.— JUferary (Taaeffr. 

/hwI. Atkkr^dMwe.l'olktacimi-pL, )>••- 
•ex. agad tl.TboL Sbap|«n1,taq. Ha Milled bi 
Mmss upon pHTcbialiNt tke pr«qiet1f «f Ike bita 
r. Hairtion. o«., and IriiUl tke prratot w a m la o , 
wktck lorma a pienmeqne okjeet Ov» tka Lewta 
andHaaliBnKiUwar- Bowaaa anal rappotter 
of tfae atneiiltval »Mw* at BalHbain. and at 
the Henlkdoav Iinnt. rac manr Tnu*kecrpr«< 
•cnlitf frane in PMtlainMit, and dUtlBKuliked 
hlouair te tha towiuan^ «Kk wUoh ba main* 
Uloed kla ptindnk* of eooaamUrc pm iiii. 

Jmmti. At Brtgtitci*, aged 4d> Mln Anna 
Tanuld Ward, ot AnwtU-at., CUtanoBttq. 

At JetM7, AnM^ -Ml* of UNit.-CbL HnlUn. 

/uael. DrawMAoSQibnltar, utd tl. At- 
ttaar Win, tawla Itiowna, mate ol UM.S. ''Ba> 
OMfl." Moud aen af the Br*. B. Lnrit BtDVHw 
Vicar afWertkourna, SuaMK. 

^mimS. AtK(lM]B<et.,GmiCk«irf*^,Uvar. 
pool , ^*d U, Jobn Dora, aaii^ [nTonUdM* 

late oriLV. i'uiow ef I 




lUl Ken; D JL, Matar OwMb «f ftot M. 
(WociT. )!•*». 

^•«rll. AIArllMB.MVVrfMl«W>.BiMMk 
&i^wa. Mlbl of IAml^ObL Bmvm, oTS 

A>*It Al TlianlMllilfi. VofMk, ifM 
M, Lt^. VlQM •< wuni* Bdl, ««- 

Aail n. Ht. Om. Ci— Bl^ hwfrtf iM>l«r 
(• ibTTaMk cf «k«U«r«, a4 mm «f Ow M« 
Mr. tmnACnmitam. of ite Iba4»4lv-Wtti^ 
aMraMMk«M,iB illi,M*«aMin««diKr 
iVtaHtar Mta«. «Uck k«* proTfrf of mA taml- 

niniiiiiiiiM i iiii t ii« n ir m wi M »i"«niw 

At ad/Mwl, afid n. MMtMl U>. M-t, oT 

^•mU Aia<r«l,Cb««^^«iB.Wn.Ibr. 
km MM Dfcww. af w»li«a*1i. D»rty« m^ 
Um. inti btL, ■«< b M * i w w wy m Uml. 
0*«. Or WiBlMi Er**. ILC.B- ■■« Mtv aw 
TiTlaa aoD irftka tatt atr Uincj (>m>mU Oto. 
br«v«. U.C.B. 

And :«. IsBM BBfhBi. «^^ of Oks n«*de^ 
BMi AterntvMk. 

^«* H At runt lirMtfcBafaBMbt; mwrnH. 
■«•« ai. lUM. A. Gn«m. «m. 

A«B««. fXar rukn. •*-, ktroT AaAow. 

^■w U. Al B*IA. Bvat t«. »« UM. Afttw 
ThrilBHD*, niMCtM Htrf 1m( nnrHtac laB af 

kwn to laoi. nd HaffM la tUi nnttM AM 
MmU. mmM Aaa. oroe 1U« Hr ChilMPiilii 
•Mkri CMriiiRMw, >L, ana ite H«. nuMat 
H«*, b7 «ba« te >■*(• M laUr Mtt MA tw« 
fcaglitWB. Th* AMMHd t»nt1»iri»i n biAr 

OnM ibM tiM crat "tlillww wla OM** 
VMaaeatattdbt bMrtMT te tkc How* of Lofito 

At awlhMHtair«wr EMMW, the raAtaw* 

<f H* wa (ikt r«. Ank£ wifai, immt tf 

Al T rif— fl h. IW mUmn a# b(T «»4b- 

•rii« br.jHM* MoOkr, ■«««<> a^llBM- of 
CMM Uj4^ Hui— Bf Oora^ la whkfc Iw «u 
■anl Dbmi l*r n nan, 

A» B<»HWa«k. KUMMHWd, ca. DaMtt, 
BBa»t««h Au^ tb> ■» <r Iba lli(U Uan. 
Mirtinn III 

At KtorWrnrir, tftt ff. Cvaaas K'rbn- 

Al Wt 1 1 >< l>a jwfgy. fj K, Hm*or. «vta« 
tf Or». AvatatUa, M^,, nf SgHUflUtd BoaUt% 

At r*rt-Mr>. Ca«*fMp, Aim, irm <tf Ben. 
naMtam-a llMrla, fi«i., wkdhir. 

V>i» IN Al tlicUMtlHai, ar A >T, Nnh Var- 

p^T£.rKiil rj llivb I'arUK, «M, oT SUnfVl, 

Al ItatAkU A' I tT, TVaa. fWAe, 

At W«*w«ili!.: , ., .:. ««t»nrt. ^dcM 
4a«. 10 Ito Uu Caa«»U*Mr Oilur, m. UiA 

At Pi«, r p m*a^ VatoU^ BiroaiH a*n*eft- 
tfarta. J«i ar AalMa Ao^ r<jrMar, n^ 
af U» unn, laiii !*■*■■ it ir». uul bT KUw. 
filar- 1 

AItli*<r>9*>i . .f-.l Ji 1/,, (.n, W. Bntt 
■*«■■'■ ■' '"- ■■ ■' t^i«''f-L ,t t-.,fiKji. 

V-, aaUntr. o> Oawa •( 

vJMm halt, M|, tola Ma. 

•B. EBnkrih, «Ua* «f TkMHi caok. *0fla4L 
an^. C^awlB^Mui gf H.M.'* Oi UjaH , Mai 

MMftatt. i«aa t« riMMi Marr. wMov al Mka 

E>«ib4.a^.^BMh.a^MCfeai -fttaOiate 

BvJvtk«<«r nawMakflfi'i 

BtafW} attil*B^N% aaA aad«a«kaMtfaw 

*«aw «• tar AaMt kaA vaftMaA a walk rt 4 

trit. aaatarf -IWT^i awl lAa JWitt 

Al B^itf lA. »mt mu Mn. AV 1 

Al Maaa ta>4ak HMiK ^id U. A «art», M^ 

At ru^Ma-pL, la^Mgr. Vi« H. a«M 

AilZuSitwk-aL, ft J<te*»J««ad. ■«•« n, 

BnkKfe. vaBR a/Tate tiaat. ■«, Araafta 
tf CalMsvaaA, ta IA« aoHir a( Maflnd. 
At Ma wal l ia 1 1, A a« <aa > L. Grq-a^iwHaaJ, 

Al Parta. and It BotatlMack WaaW^ 
ridaM aaa itf A* Ma B. Ik Waadalt. aaq., ar Ai«> 
wtak. iMi^ifa. 

Al MatfewaU, CiBiMaiir rvasMa v. Caiih 
K^. Ha CM illlH I cf tta •'Cnuin- al 
tha Mpun 4( at*nal ^vai«f«, mA aaaaaafl ■• 
•■■Ilea aal aipadHlan «« iba oaiA* af rnaaa 
aad aoaaaA laUMi to nato aa^aaaA af ■ 
■caAta la Oa ■•rnl««~ atttarir aMafotaA 
agatH* (ha caaair^ ftauki !■ tM Oraat Mt, 
and la Oa ArAaaa irf tta lilaaA of HiawMa^ 
ler «Ucft ka nntaad Ika IhMfci a( lAa Oas- 
aifirrfc rblrfj aad bi (■■ mrwt* Mia to 
^-Oalaer.-aitAaaHMraadka DMteU' 
naWlf -T1Ui,>-aMl a j tt hill *- TA ilaiiaa 
MM." Ik aaa UaatMnat at aa "f 
aarAi aa tba aeaM af CSatalMk, aad I 
latmi aal a riwil frinMr at 
Hia. Ra ineiaitA Ma til 
la aa«MI M ImTW SMi Mn, w 

At tuMiiliiiiw Ifia Wiiiiliii. ndlrt of Jobs 
BaaMiMiTMirat WfeWriH*^ MM- Ballhx. 

Am n. At BWMmiaMMMSk. MtA «A. lfar> 
nm. iMt lanMH Am. at Mr. iia Own*. 
■etmoA *t 
rcn?.- *Dd armal aadaa- aoawa. 

At ai«ta«. (ijnibwt vt u t ii tm. «Ma« OB&.at 
tha lati> Onrira WarWflBB. «<{. 

Al laFT w ni i k aMt. CM(Mi r<a 
d»M, DLrMat Via. Canlaa. r^k* ^ 

At hM raaiifati. rtlamal. 
(an., afBautafu 

^■w l>. At ifca ra— W CT «f U> hratwrla 
law, Uiae^lU. Varaal. nana, afol O, HaM 
BaiWuaa (1. n. On. tela raamaiiln« Aa M 

I, taMkriaaA, aaA aath 

%or U>«(*«»ailcaTain. 
I U. Hfan H. Vin, aa^ „ at HMM 
aaatfweO bMaatf to laUaf attalMa . aa 
faaad drad ta Ik* »»laf th»l af Mm Mi 




lkr<U%a, a(«d li, Jate Jaaai, Ika Walah 
r^^L Mia n a i ki rt liaiMraa— tlfiaa w MiaaJ 

IMhAiAnt ta a aaal *gla«a. anAB tta i 
Ol Mr. W rauhalra, P-ttJL, of ItaacAaMv. 

Al CuutoUva, UhataiA, atte af tka Bar. Ji*a 
U K. Kawll. ILA.. Maa* nan Cania aC ito 
panthH ••/ UmbI Ml Unfa S*an*s. CMAib 

At U* raaMMaa, Hm^aait, WanatfaiUnL 
WiNin,VrtiIUa n(WTBMt*cHaa|.,aMaclf 
(rata aad Pi y ia i -liaat. ufiAat aaaaKf. 

At nn oti»tK aimw»T. mm n, i 

ifim, ilik I hii ifHil ■miiiiiaa l¥ 

Al bar r»i^B«i. Caa^aatt^a, RtA 
nma, wad «, Matr Baal, MM af Ma mn. 

■ n«A. 

N IMT MacHr; , m*! tL 
4m. (d (M Bar. OtlM- 

Jti UrranaAUvpL. 9rt<n tii>tar<.«>itaC V 
Ucilonr. lt»T. alfc of IW Bar. JiAa ' 


Al Wi 

AlClAdMtlLafidn.a naad.aaq. 

_ lat. ;« ruM. 

Al Oaaaak-'bMM. WUm, Jmm Aaa. «ib ai 

At CHeaalar, 

«, OvIb T«a 




At lUrraipiir. llirtiiK*. wi • nf Joa> 
llMldaiu, *M» ttf'bvai*, Vi'tAtitiD. 

Al (>mk>rtu>U-*«la, l-Bik.<fclK Wliiibbckoi- 
MMwm, Med H, Aon. witt of Gto. SauUcr, taq. 

Al Nortt <t«Tl»nt« ■!,, Eitlkburglt, Bcb»rt 

Al thm riruTd, C»ub(r««ll, >g«l TB, Bdwud 

./MMll! Al Crvvkcm*. i^cd Tt, Joii. WUU. 
■q., Ma n* Mira iksa ftirtr jMniHMttMdu 


« oMlMa B««mT, NorfUli. Strth Abb. wifa 
•t riM Kr*. J. CatwU, Bm«« of Bhctuin. snA 
iMt •nrtlftnr Ota. «i dw lai* Jm. O. BIohd, 

«B,, of WcltetWSfthMdCk, 

At UHVMtt-tall. Muudtld. NWd S*. Bitak^ 
wU0« <rf Wn. VDhb, wq , of HoiUnrhMB. 
At >«nhua(Ma, ttti Wt AIMraui Th«nM 

Al GWlble rort, cannr Cork, or frrcr, icvd 
UL TTwln OtUxU Wood, H.U.'* Ittb Fwi. 
jMwnM ton o( tb« it*v. ucb. Wwd. woodluu- 
pnk. Vm»trr^>- Yorhahir*. 

At ArB^lun^lUa. UnrdhHB iMwn, dUtoB, 
■fad I, ftutiMl Pinil, rnuiiMrt «m of IL> lata 
nr Btttry ntis, inn., oi TtWerBaBuk-abkej, 
«a Wartjatalh. 

Jm* tt. Al BmUB. Mt>4 it, ThiM. rrtckn, 
M., AldrmaB uf lb« biinniffb. edilar wid pro- 
jwumr o( lAt ■■LlBoolMkln Hcnid," nd cot 
■f bM> lCa]m*'> Mirunvn tat Ibaeaitnlf. 

At lk« n»{4*met al bu wn-wl*"-, Iff. B«r- 
IknL tT|iw HHllaiil-fl.. UiumU-h)., Ijondoa, 
MM 77. HoWtl IWtord, caq., at Limb«biid> 
U., RMhMKpMa. 

At (hlM, MM IMk ainMk Bsthm. 

At IbiHpBoniit, *ix Hajo, dniwiwd wUbt 
hilkliu, affd n, C w w CedtliifftM, (UUl toa 
oTilw bu WnLODdrtHMBi^'iOf wroB|buiii, 

Al .tortedk-ra.. DrifMon WffdU. Cap*. Jomh 
XHwdu, iu>t«i hvUm, Of MttmiBd. sbr^t. 

At hia nMamat, M. Johii'sTaad, BrtiUB, 
Mrm, a*** T«, O«0>. lawUaMB, aaq., «rch«ap- 
ride. l*aiMk rih RwnAml. 

At WTCttmRBMM-.. Urnv-park, IHillp Ouil- 

AlUii toMwm, OKtant-wi-, urUMv^k. ifml 
•& >«M. acar, Biq. 

At lAa MraMtVT, BMr KMtcrmlMUr. >gt4 
M, Jnbn lioa, wo. 

At hrr n«*«ae^ Sp»«allittan Cfaellcnbun, 
Mad Tl. HarORl. 6mu. at Jtihn IXiaM*. «m-, 
JLC toramlr ul DuMlB. 

AIBaiiTI»«. Ilurtri, vtfrutUaJorU, P. VaU 
tlBfr, anri SfU riaa, Dflh* isir Sir Umi. OwtMI. 

/mmM. Al Xininadi. aKTil SI. Mi]«r Ab-i. 

Aogw*** Va•ls■«^ ■>( Uif iiir Ht. II<'ini« n.*vu, 

CI r 4, imnki (un of llir lulr l«], WllUftm 
Vounr*, ■< (ke XrJ MwI'm Livlit ■■•■r)'. 

At Urrti* Maf, (Mnl ;i, Jultn Vtarj, aq^ of 
IVaadlaM ■ , V pr«* •' '■V*'m, Md 4 Brahl 1 L, I^MilM - 
AtatnlIi)rd<u(mi».Ai«a,*<«lla, Mr. WUttoM 
CkaMra, a |«ti>i*T, wDo «Uh hM liibn worlMI 
lBlfeauUa>dp<iBii>f nUblkhum ID mnllont 
p^ulj w tka il*T ut b» Antb. Uy nator* an 
•MkMaaM 1» UiB vtudf of IiMmit. tu* btwt and 
•Ml «•*• iMMlff IM piMlU aMd llawrra v( tk* 
Ma t BM • •*■!. MMdMi hadflttmr, bfonk, m 
,|Hw.bwh«n>JHL ^^ 

At U 9Me VtMi. UtBBtboa, Fnata. iftA II, 
lintUam Hmmh SpawMnk, p^. 

Al BrVkUo. arra M knk Fnwraa. aal* aiir- 

' *lHag da«. of WOlUm Kabwt FWllmm. mm.. 

MiAlb llan. (knob llrahtr rkWlMdn, kamrAy 

I K«lkd*UVlMU. Il'na. 

Al Ohtpal-fl.. Tt^t EdnoBtob. afad 4*, 

Sldkanl BtMl;. «•<«. 

1 A Uj aiuM >fay-'»f t.. LI' iT p wJ . avri 00, n- 

' Hsatalk, wtdo* of Joba Ans«*. aaq., 

raf nttOaariar tUmafkh CalMita. 

, ratklMm, «rnl tl, Winum lira. 

Al I.etM<rtn, axrO «I, Marv, wita M CMpt. 
Kalcbt, at Glaa T^irra Haiwr. l«icMtanU a. 

At Hc^unHin(-<t., Osronl.atiTd T>, S^nb, ralici 
ol Ilpnr7 Waid. wMt. 

AX Itttablun, oatA U, ;. H. Branfunt. If |i. 

on-ili«.Uuo«, airad U, J<4in PbiUii H*h>p>, a-q. 

jMHfti. Aftd n. iohn WM«i Ha;munil, 
laMt of Trlail; OdWya, fkaitaidnL and osl; aaa 
of Jamaa Ha^naMni, *aq^ ol Bifdtt>baa>lu]l, 

A t lb* raridniM DJ U» •IMm>Ib4i«, BL JaBMan*. 
•«., KocUoit^dll. agaa II, Wtn. otbMO kaadJa, 
Mr *an ol tb« kla Mui WUUaa Readia, «f 

At fioUtb'a-iiUM, Kdinbnrfb. »ced 7a. Jobs 

Halm**, «aq. 

At bm tH'a nnfnae, llf>nnt-fi.x!TaM«t, 
DoMiii. CblhartB* Panalopo, irllW at ika Ho*. 
Hrary Honwiu Brownr. Uaaa of Uanora. 

At Orati TKrwontu, agad >1^ Tbamai Pan- 
nan. wq. 

At hrr brarbd-V W. n. Baatj, rao^ QtMi 

YmEDOtb. uitd M, IlarnM, *lft of Jobo lljrl- 

ton, r*i|. , nf Kr)in hhIhiii. 

A I Hriicvut-k iiiMk KilRianiaeh, ac«d 19^ Tboa. 

OtfvaAirkl*, m. 

lOtaakMb, rtOWl «l F. F. BnfcaiB^ ak)^ Mr- 
rlroTtuniab, teflblk. 

Aittd W. UlehaM Hicks wq. «f Xairpla- 
lOarkrt. and Cla{itaaa>>rtM, foi llnan t e r^ 

At thMilunf'«ur<M«r, nnd lormnlr o( Lumr 
Brook.**., OnMrMiocMi., ag44 Ml, mar I'rtA. 
Uobtaiafn, nq. 

At Clapbaia. Anal*, wife of Cbaita Flamk. 
aaq., AaJmani-AarfMia ilaiB- B. 1. C^mpanv'a 
8«r*M«, Ckvnpore. 

Juiuti. On boaiA (ka B. T.S. taboonar "Al- 
ea." at fblnoMb. CbarlM FTaatfi Stott, a**., 
of KetuiatMrn-fartimi'tn^ HyiHylt. 

iB Paife'plaofb LeMK BHabrtb Martlw. tMoad 
due o( the lata nobnl Harrlioa, «>q., nt Hoot- 
AUanoB-bHab, star Lwda. 

At llamfatB. aftrd U. FMinT.irlfaof Andnv 
wauckopa, nq.. ol NMdiU, ;«.8.. aUcM dav. of 
OtniT l3oj6, em., ot Tmrrwnntrf, te. Ttpparair* 

At BUUDcrwd, MaiT, tba Uat aar*1*ur ttv. 
of tbe law Ptaaal* Oraka. mat. 

At »iaUlDt-balL MM It, avab. Mtaaw of jataa 
HtidoOB, Bin .. of BunriDb. RnTtbimbariand. 

At bt« naldraioa. tMbont, uad. K. wuilaai 
II ritn Rnranp. aaq., ninnlwT of tba Na* BocMf 
«f J'alBteralB Waur Colovra. 

JmwM. Al SlarinOMiaradp. BrifllloQ, mmd 
M, tottn Krana UMk, miov oT Ito Roral CM- 
lag* of aiufauna bF Kaatand, ot Flalalaa, EaaM. 

Aitart U, Mn. HurHMlar, at Bv|«n|-*.paik- 
Itt., OI n eaOer-gata. 

At Bydo, IM of Wlgkl. M*d H, H«B. rk«Bt, 


T«, Eitni, «IM •! Iltaaiaa laylo*. a«q , 
OrMKn-bali, U.ili«a. 

Al Atfcwtik, (twii«ra«i«r*lr«, asad 40. CaUia- 
rao llarr, Ik* wife ut Jobo Umd. taq. 

Al HanltonI, aaad N, Ula* AUrta VtwU«7. 

JmmatJ. At Ijinl SbwbonM'a, OkUMMr- 
■hti*, aard 41, ika Lad* Unnaaar. 

Artd «, WUUau f^ambrm viq., e( LMmb- 
*aUa, LaMAan, aBdlaMorKaddoa-M. 

Al Uremlcr Oallrfa, Ulaa CbtlunM 1 ^ " '* 
Atkjna, aldaM daii. of ika Ua Jamaa Attjw, 
•aq., of 8la»pr-biU, QunDncdnHklrT. 

At tba vlearMv, Pearltb, Ellaabrlh, wife o( 
the IWt. 8. 1. HtiUrr, Vfcw of talutlb, CaMbrr- 

Al bk nttttnet, Qatm A«n^^ Camadlah- 

a, I^Dd">, 'itPd ;i, Andillnid Cadiflwll, wq., 
■ u( Uwi tkviKvl OtII Fvii lor. 
At ftrlfbtoo. iKvO W, Eiaiu KUulwtIt, *l/a 
of Hrni7 Ulam. «M.. Of )^ Mkhaaia-tat., 
Al rvkkHihtnt. af(d M, Cathniaa, vlli of 

Itw Rv*. fl. K tB||n«, and dau. flt tba Ut« 

Arcklbald DrowB.M^., nmHaat. Glaffoir. 





Mr. B»>«4 Mi^j. 


iMbM, ■»«( fata ?ia«^ •^.. 

Bwtaw. Ml —1 ^ <f «■ Mt tM 

JMLM •«■« Ar W-Marto ■■ •■TMte X«k fMSK *^ . itf TtwwmM, 1(« 

Si*ni«."-ltaf7^0wi.-te. ^riL»^to«tf*>W«t««IHH. 

*lT>iPii.»a»Ti«a ■■■■.■■— Al a* n»w. Ifap. wim t i I fc jw* 

^, WiyJilM a wwil «f (to l«.fwBi yTnri3h<<l>>Bwi.J.l»>t«M^1tWr. 

■It an. ■».«« Willi- A(B.UMWiVl|M«%ta«waLTrtaftqv 

^t iwii^M — Mil;. cfci^MMg anMA to !!.■.•■?»« m*v- 

Kxr. AIL— oaw «*»,.i — ■ 

Ai Mpw. F ili n g «M «( Mm w i Uaa^ ««-, Al I 

■nMMt. __ _ gr •. 

I>«MtaL PiMi^ a^liigitJ wa«ywMf 

Al CtoifriLllllM llllni. riia**^ rMw ■NirflbrlnAM.irtlBlBtoiaivWUBwIV.. 

AiCtUteBrtTw,W«K^H>fcJMta»i*»« —wht. 0»e. g. UW. »fa^ MW4. >T ' ' 


I. Ctmlbi* OiHMla ruplii. ^Muw M Uiiii Al ta£ CWk-'L. Ciiftkw^ T^ivom Hm- 

/H»lft Al BRckas, 

WUBl *a ^B Mnkto ImA ^^Hh ^ ^>)T a"^' OUL 1 

Al7<ld.u»4».BarrAM^«ik«f B4«M« ■«. Lmm H^Ha CM7. Vn Xvt.tftm. 

1V«aMn.>n. "-— T -. T "11 - I ' ' - ^^ 

Al fin*m Bi M w I. Ihi^ <mwm llfcwrl. Bfcwgy tjfciiA ■ I >*r 1mi— rt. " C hrn'm *■».■ 

JbI» BMvnk At T I r r «. Msr, ft» ■»<>». tr<m ika 

■awMto.«M«r«> •*<••«■ «nAM W^afrfM.. 
ft^Mi* Sn» ILK.CLB. 

iT.iT Al «>W"a. IMMA tk» M<Ba An «f I 

, _ a. WOM* BMO. M.D. ni*ihfc»<I*mW«U. 

At Im«tk1i-^UIb, MiniMi(k.>raiiM*». r I - I ~ I '" * "" ' 

tM«T.o««naMAfeu.«H- — rf w» Mai >|ii7yiMfcM «i lu , 

Al nukwx- ^_.<^__«°Mr •! UMtat j«N ti» iM^k^^SMi 

«,, £2i?W tht Wr fcann > 


. 1-1 - wa rf Ur ^. >«fl 
li«l Mmmi «f Ur Ua«^ 

Kwla Mn. Akm* l^it — ftratRf 
&Mbiih>r>ac t«biarCML * h m fc r 

', Dm*. w>rf U, TVanw 

■ 1- i# UaM^iWirw. iM 1 





AiwoTkMg.mda.tkraDn.rndtrttfe Ot4» 
Powlait. ihlril Km or Lord Dolliia. 

At UwiH CIotivM'*, Hmvw-raM, fti M, 
EdwsH La>laa, no. 

Ai hb mMea««,OwaMMn'-<iirr«M, B*xeaV>- 
fMk, atnl M, Inncl Barsfd, nq. 

At Iba RmIoij, L*>?iImdi|iIo«, umt ChFlten- 
bun. Acvd 13, Jonvh Slaalun. nq,. Ul« I'Bpl. la 

AI BkrnlT.JiAn Macil''. o^., !■«■ H.P. for 
tW MrvMtrr a< KlrlwodbdKht. 

AI iUllMlaiih anil 93, ttwrton. widow of T^m. 


, Slba Cllufaedh OiIImImc Want, lau 
of Bkksr-aL, niliwit ■] . rldMi d>u bwI lut 
MVTtTlttB«Mld«tIbvUl*JOM»hWanl.«^., (or- 
wort* or Bwl(at4.<9. 

Uohcrt ChbU;, («(., UmiiUf cna. w. iUUU«, 

/■Jf 4. AI IlerM tl»7, mv4 :;,CM^Uw«r4 
UMlran, UU ixrnuwUi ur Ui« Mtb Itagt. (&i>T*l 
Onottj Damtt. 

AI AwtaM. Ksntii, Gaorgkna KUwbelli. 
•MMcMtb. ^ tte M* Hrr. ikKUdcrlwa, DO)., 

tf fllMI fllMMW. illillft 

Al ilM nridMccaf Wt MaHo-hni. rma BM- 
hnUpL, 1taH*11-«q., LeaJon, ■■•rf H, OotliailDCL 
Mta or Saniwl TUMf, ■«■. of SbMMd, am 
fcanli lUn. <U ih« kta Dr. WitllMai OrMM^ of 
TtHUyUrtliah^iUMn, MW KMlMMd. 

AI WMdftifJ; EMX,«|^*<tBBnl>eA< wMvv 

Ar<i T I, jdu rncBik •>!-. itf BrookMKi, u* 

AI KolMJ-plMtt. CbvilDQlitllt, agVl Tl, AiTibU 

AI MMilnlbr 

Bl, Bri||)itnn. kirad IT, 
ttuMwt Ki.'Mar««, cn-i UmI. »ik Oombar 

T(«tl'« lolMBCrj. 

At kU roUtiK*. Nelaiii-44., BiMkfrtU*. KM 
Tl, lUVn Ualhrn, nq , iqnruda of M jnn In 
lb* fiuvh of KiwlMd, Mid MMV fMH (iniidMl 
a( lb* irtiannnj-oAc*. 

AI u. P***!*— q aAW. BiMBncnndtk. «cn1 41. 
luM, wUB of W. iL SiMk, af IUmni-M. 

AI SL CUWi«la'*-itM«. BlMUMtlk U*d U, 
■fr.CllMTl«>iM«IL.aMlMftnB*f R.B.CM u^ 
Qi. M. rBiil'*-«*inobT«nl- 

h tkt MUUT 0( BU*M, Uil UM of CDalmlMUH, 
lUiflrtntm *nJ DqMll-UtuL 

At ItriMMlnTd, M»r L<»iiaiiiiatn, Nt«d M. 
rnwia J. MwinK -t\- 

At UTiBrM.kkB, nrar Hniivn. Med li, RoU. 

Aflil»*k,nA^<i#lilll«LTt<:f *mI lUrlMftm.* 
Uayalf-UMil.. Ma) lac auar T*** •>> •'U'* 
DBflrtniM tar bastBablr*. 

AI auMimm Mt-MH, »Kvt Nl, EllM PcWr* 
WMkln|rlMI<rdM vf Tlioma* Jutiii riutcr,t»q., 
IwiMClr if tit* |b»^.cnwciii, nun. 

A) lb* buon ol h«T broUin-ln*U«, LmcU 
kmm. an,, HnllMh Mat fcmiwuod, E«rx, 
MI-= — '■ "--rr. 

■a*anMd •««■ n'Ulura TTanoB 
& ' laat. 1Lu«iA>tU;«, HMotJiMMe. 

A ' — • 'lAnI turn vf Um liu«|uk 

■S.I '^.ir4. 

t '. tUai. nH tS. ">nh, 

wt>i.. — ....... ,..«.. Ui>otSe«jnt».«t. 

At l«ni(w. *tm II. &l(batil BfDna Babuj, 
Mb, irf tirKi.«.in-At.irii, HMwMaUn. 

MM M. WUL-m niiKN, t^-, of BreohUd- 
■•H««*. tfltrhsiiL. Hiiir^jr. 

AI IUIh*«D-t.qtM-. nrar Pwlh. DoihM MaeUIr 

\l .1 ., .. ,.r . . .. -.1. \, 

..»iibM«r • plaa- 

>Mu«Uh ■^H, J-M«» ataOi. 

3i F<l«at nonr, aNowt •« tf O. P. UfmaB, 

wn. orOHodbT-Sall, n'wSalb^. 

At Braektea.«ann, ewnpMdn, Mutka Aan. 
vlfe of WUlMm B. Cookt^ a«t, ul the Iiww- 
Trmpl* U4 WlmpOtML, LMtdiSB. 

At EfKUotUnd. af*A •!, lite widow of Rkliwd 
HaniMn. nq. 

At Ci^p-ttTT,, Kmtiih^nwn, aRvd IB, larj 
Oaflning, wire of Thw, Wystl Ciiiaal^, uq., 
burial (v^t-U w . 

At BoolMm. l^mbraiu'tMn, afrd ]9. frrdcfWk 
A^iand, nq., C.B.. Ihiid wtm of (faa lata Bobart 
Ibbm Aeklaod. Ma-i ol Bovlttra. 

At Ooqinrt, *c*d «. Lfdla, wMow at Jaatfih 
Oaodt*F. (aq. 

At nuinblodifla. CamuntiaBdikrc, ^ad 0), 
Jobn U alter ^ loSrid. nq. 

At n^er-cottagc KaadlaK, tlcri%. iffCid t%, 
WUIiam C<>r««ll, Mq., lau <d H«niiin»t-kiauo. 

Jyif T. AI hrr mtdnec', I4oko UaMn4 
Larr Abu, «ii)ov of <^pi. A. Btaaniarhaawt, 
at itimkmUim. nnr Dublin. Mid IMBWfl dMI. 
Of the kalv >lajur.<li>n. I(i)b>r1 DoDglaai, I taium ly 
AdjDlaM.U«i. of tke foron in UM WNt Isdlaa. 

At Mamn'frAfnM, Vpi^-pu^. laabal, wife o( 
Montague OcHmur.efq., Cafit. a.M.'t 3rd UcM 
Drajoou*, of nacvb-tadffB, HartoKv. and \ ooncat 
dau. of Ilia lata Jobo Qm, aM-i o( 11 mu Wood- 

A«aABIketin,lk*«M«iwor3«iA BaiM,wt., 
of GnMialirtdB»-plBO(h Bcni. 

At Boon AttOej-K., LoDdcn. OodfTn AUlt. 
TMiMp*>t ion or Lend and Lady Maadanabl. 

AI Dnr^am-idan. CtaelMa. Joha U. BpasrMl, 
eu., late of ttie Adintnilt;. 

At hi* ttrfdanca^ Ua wi a a tr e t t. and U, W. 
WHik. «M., aanaon. 

At VTalUBV, K(a^ OwtlM Dtc. aaq., U.A^ of 
C«liuOiilI«fa, rambrtdff*. 

At Now mk-md, IKoclmU, aied t;. Omc 
slMa Bliia Kalbarlaa, ddcit dau. of AlexaodM 
nnt«r, aaq. 

Jsmi-ii Orarf^, nq.. of GolbnD). BrMol. Tba 

dMcaaed. wtko aas lofwerlT' a membrr of lli« 
Tdiib OmjmU, aBd, In lUT. aarral the dBIco af 
HaTor, wai a u^amu oi ilw Mi;, a dmeMr 
or mwnfcir of amnd puUio cmnpantn, and afl 
itWtfl ooUUttter tn Uie mana«vnmi of niawr 


Akrd Tl. amh. tba wir* of lb* Bar. Tkoa. 
Haitnll norar. D.D., Pvcbtsdaiy af St. Paol'a 
Oaiktdral, LoadoB. 

At Wixtkliir, 9 » m ai . aitcd ftL ftonhia, rctM 
of Joatfib Barver, m%; o( Wpulhani-pka^ 
Brranatoi^q.. and at Hrawttoni-baU. nrar Tar* 

And ti. ZlMBor Kiba. nUow of the Bar. a 
Tartar, D.D., CbaitMUca of ika Diana* of Uarr- 

At Uwwn'artiad. Paobkant, agad ■!, BMtlaioln 
B. AatOB, n^. 

In Gl**t«TH)r«mnt north, U jd»inrt. Edward 
PacTirr, faq.. kle of OalcuUa. 

IHhUmI*, at LamblVT ftvrUtrf, SottM. uftd it, 
Banta, wifo al th« Bar. Ualited H. C. CUidm, 
o«)y uniilninfl dan. of dir Gcota and Lady 

At Ortivton'ttrtaoe. Broa nite n. a«ad U, B. 
Fruictfc ••«.. lata Dt tb( P wnwt iwi rt «l DapHU 
■inii of tl. M.'a Traaaurv. 

At Owmrr. O. W. BftWnMi), raq, Capuia 
H. M.'aMlb RFRtmawt. 

Jml$ B. At bU mMmw. SaiaeS'lodcf. Addl- 
Bo*.nad. KmalBRlun. avl M, W. nubr.aaq. 

At DawHih. Nted ll, Ann rrodeittk, *aeoad 
da<i. of iha lata RIoluud tiajlaj. aaq., of Stoke 

At lt>r*il*M. Hants Uia mm* of hto MB-to-law, 
Mr Edwanl Ballrr. Ariliar DallH, mm. 

At Munwib. new) i\ Otmr HonlUl. w^. 

EhuWlb, «lfa of Ckarlaa MooNthed Bwaatt. 

n. M.i)., \s Ki BraDlt.t>oi(*e, Alton, 
I Mnth ilbWlda, attodH. Mr.MlD ClaBCk, 
OM uf tba aUMt iiupewwn laiB* pan, and lor 


«._lil Ty, *U»<<a.» . 

«nw af hK MS. a* B^t.Mtffc «MM«k Hwd 
J|«iMl B. Kaiy, wtfc of ■•«■< Ibmm , oq^ 
Ai liMM, I— WW , Hmr, vlfc «# liw* 

Ai ca w ■■ ! * >« ■ ».»M <«>pot.B— 

Al Sr^kbB. Bnirt >w>lfc. «» (t S. U- 
TiM*i » .w-*«fcii^ ri iii m i >lii. 

M KM MMmL fiidMl. ^vAH. 
K. Um« iM. rf S««k«IM.ftMa. L 

kM. a^ «t Ik* OM^aoM 

JU tar iMlfcBUt Wi I II I I I. 

Cik. AM, witow a« J^ I 
»^t1l a 1^ >il.Ia 
Al tk w II Ml, l*ii»« _ ^ _ . 
Wi4 M. AMb« IMiAt. Ml. 
/ Wrl> Alrt lf. AUBi^ Hvlir, ««, m 

>— i*. ■!%- 1 Ml ■ 

Ai b> n^Amft ^farlMibf. *>T*T, ■•Ml 
May A— ttiwifc (aly Mnttn* 

At'lMiJwn>. aa^ IUB>Ury, Inte>«. wrf 
M. WWiiWQ— 11 TOTtr.M^.UMafl^ni* 

■ rMiiii i.C w nwt .r V wii>, 

i«V Bl«»Ml. Va«tar Ka*ra l>- 
iwMT, 0.«rDwM«» MMNl Ik* MJLLC 

-— rJB*r':xrris _ 

irf Om. ■■». M< *M ^WtwMl* ■»■ in«lli.r. r.o. A. J.J 

Hihr t>«. Mr L. •mtOi. lU iIh «nw< *c lh» — w iw r .1»— i l» ltt>IOrita i i^i», 

ImlMiaM- - 

GWal. lililHB iif ■ ifciliMI Mif— - — aM< 

TiMW* »»Kl^, i« AtfcBto. 

MM U A—ii> , ipiT<.MHi « &i 1 . ««. -r 

St. naW-Mi^ HMlnv. ••• «* kn iMMCk^ 

jMdM* ar Ub r««B k> tMMWO tf IMOMM. 

A1 m p"*^- w.P» — n ui luM Mmvm 
At wiiiwirK CtottM. •«■>«, >v« 19, 




n««MnWl 4>*i. of fifr JMph BiOef, Wt^ U.P, 
fer Ifei «diiai<r ttf Brwon. 

At (liarak I^ketoa SnUry, mmI (T, Aniw, 
«ly <■». af Uw law lUr. TbomM HubMT- 

At HI»l«btbA^l, nnt HThftlir.aiMM. Tnoetm 
3mm, Bfth lUn. ar Ifc* Ul* JofiD HMtly Wnl. 
Mq., a< Moutii tDdOc^ imr DobUa, lad unnt 
jtan M.l*. lor tu dtr o( DoMUu 

Al M> tvaUanoa, Mo(ir-«i*>», Sonlh SloiMhiBL 
■CM 11, Juhn IHMMk, *«q. 

At nnlvbbwfftn, sr>r OhMt, Mai (pit*!, «U* 

ef Juua GnodWU. («q^ of Stjmtirwm, Mim- 
nonttkabli*. aad waomt daa. cd Mr Jtamh BaJ- 
I«T. ban.. II.P. 

Al hla i*«I4mu», tha CooK-lodM, Cttxtoi, 
VOd Tu. Mr. WlllUm rj«. 

At Dulv«, WUUam, rgwi(««i Mb irf Jantt 
Feat, Ma..iif Dfrbf. 

A^Nl»,Cluu'lHU*t»t,d(l*« tmoTCsiit. Wng. 
SMtkaj, DtpntT OotlBt&V, J«mcfi. Sundc. 

A) NMtoa^caaK FrMwatPr, l>lo of Wigbt, 
■rd ir. Mil. Vijow at Wn. lIldMtl, r«q. 

•Uy la. Ai U* nddMoa, hlaaa tacufB, tu. 
rcttA, ThojiM, atM «. Chute AUantt, «aq. 

Al bH ho ua a In tUvaMdawa*^ IIm«ms-c«* 

At Knidnittan, topUa, wllV oT PtaatUW.T. 
UatDncnMl, caq. 

A«*d U , Claraiob Mconri aoo ol ELH. WalUB, 
aaq^ at BltkoMnd, Avmr. 

At MaiKn^«a««ui«, Kaat liidU-roB4. the t«4- 
dcnea of h«r iH>n-U-U«, Ur, J. B. A>hlnM. acrd 
Ti, Un. A. M. K. HmlU). nlkl oT Otlei smith, 
aaq., of HriKtul. 

jMlfiJ. AlWoiidhnl,Eaac:(,amt»a, PraoeaiL 
rcMet of Johti Wood, aaa., irf WdhliaBiMlaw, and 
lUu. oT thr lata Rar. Ktanisd JlayibMi, Uaclor 
Df UttUt Mnndra, Htrta. 

Al AibamarM-st^ and 11, Tbanaa CBiNta 
Locb, rtq., at the Ctril wrvlee, B«d|tal. 

Jmlw lA Ag«d 10 meolbi^ CbaUca Ha|h 
WaUni, younirnt cbild «f Mr. and Lad; Anium 
WlliMm* Wrnn. 

Axad lil. Hannah Phippa, wUt of Wat WUlian 
Tjirr, nq., «4 Hdllewar'plM*, Batlowaj, 

Aced 78, Hr. L|oii Salomon of UiilMi-aL> 

At tlMtb-dq Camdni'taTQ, Eflbs r*angMt 
dau. or Mi.John IbtitKl. 

Jai^ IS. Of dtpbthcrla, atfMl 11 aanh Jane 
KaM,aa]]rdaa alMr. R. D. IU«,of >t.O«Mg«'»- 
IMd, IloaUi«a(k. 

(iVma lie Sflmrmt MnuMf 6g fV BrnUtrar-Oft^rni^ 


Juoft 26 

July 3 

« 10 

. 17 

DMtha tU«ivt«mL 

= 8*5 










Birtlu Bpgift?r«d. 








oTSLi V I. d. 

«. If. 


». rf. 

so 2 

J^^*^} «a[a04 1866 |50a |*3S 

M 6 

Hajr, 3/. IV. to 3/. IS^.— Stnw, It. 14«. to 1/. 18/.— Clurer, 4/. Ibf. to U. 6«. 


To rtnk Um OflU— par tUme of Sib.. 

Ucttd of Ciatlo ftt Uarket. Jtit 19. 

BmU , .« <•<» 

»hK*p „ SS,900 

CiJr« 74» 

P?g« « 860 

B<«t H'aUMD-l, p«r ton. 1S#, &f. to 17*. Gd. Other Mrti, lb. Orf. U) 14«. U. 

ALLOW, per cwt.— Town TkDov, 60f. 0^ Petcnborgb t. (^ 4S«. 6il. 



Od. U>*». 
8d. to&f. 
Od. U>4>. 
8ii. Ui4*. 










MBTEOROLOOICAL DIARV, st H. OOl'LD, lat« W. CABY, 161. Sxuiis. 

IVom Jmttt 24 to Jmlji 23, imrlativt. 




9 S 




































do. cloudjr 






lio. do. 







ilg. do. 







do. do. 







fmr do. 







Jo. do. raiu 














tiiir, mo 













71 It. 























in. pU. 





20. 70 






2d. S3 

Mr ^ 





». 03 

Sa. ■ 





80. M 

do. ■ 





29. 9» 

r»!D. ■ 





m. 93 

har TB 





t^. 91 






29. 79 

do. do. 





2!). 98 






30. 04 






30. 01 






W. 9y 






29. 77 






S8l 91 

nln, cicntdy 





20. as 




Jul J-. 



3 IKir 




Ex. BIIU, 


A. £1,000. 










96 i 








































86 pm. 


17 pm. 
17 pm. 


84 piu. 

36 pm. 

37 pni. 
31 pit). 















16 pm. 

30 pm. 
34 pm. 

20 put. 



























34 pu. 
8-i pm. 

34 pm. 
33 pui. 



19 pm. 




20 pm- 

92 pm. 

32 pm. 

33 pm. 
33 pm. 
36 pm. 











16 pm. 


16 pm. 
1& pm. 



87 pm. 

35 pm. 

36 pm. 



19 pm. 
19 pm. 


S6 pm. 

r un tijna rAUtiB. 


WMOIt OORBB8PONDENCK.-I3iuk«'s OptDlon Of ChvrbDiirc — FunUx «f l»*t<idt nl 
e». KonerHt— Arau-'Xiri^ dc AlUn) , _ 

Thv Ani», ArmoDr, koA Uiliturr Un^ci at the FmtrtMtitb Cetttnry 
OorumciiU lUuctntive of Did Sketch of Wult«r do MrrUn'o Lift..... 

ClMrlKFnrg, in conuudgn witb EnglUh Hivtury 


Tlw Fint Nowipaperon Tflnoonrer^ Iiknd 

Tlie Hitlory of King Arthur .,. 

AMTIQl'ARUH KKSEARCHE8.— 8TltliibAttlisol«0(tlA»MUU(di.2ai; Ank«ol««lMl 
Inittniw, i71\ Sum; ArclMKd««ieal SDclHy, IM; diuNX ArobaoUiginl Sodr^, 
3M ; mitcrlcii aai] AnbMclogleBl Bad«UM oi OMTDany ftud BwttB^rluiil... 

OORSBBI-OKDEKCE Or 8TI.TAKU8 DBaAH.-DMcniAHiUorUieMfuuta...^.^-...... 

^^^ Uidt ylHC in Ibo Tfiitanip FumDy, MU; Brdftn^** BUmm o( EptMOfMur— Cookt*! 
^^H Poivw of tb* Priwthood Id AIhoIuuoii, nod a fvw moarki on Cc>iif«doii, -aitk am Ap* 
^^B pendli ciraUlniajt Qiu>l«tUKi> Cruiu Ilia muat rtiiinent Rnglbh rHrine*— Calrd'* Ber- 
^H uotu— Ttrd'B Htraou an our reWkn to tb« IIoJt Titidly aad to Iht Otiwck M Owl 
^V — " Hull Seraonf * „..„ „ „ _ -... 

I ProntrikM ud rreltnatUM _ —...•»„».._»„_«.«_.............._. 

I BIRTHS ..._„ M„„..^.„...„„.....»„„..,.................~...._- _~..»...»...^-_..... 

MAaUlAOM..— M- - -_.._„...-.. ..._ -. 

OBITOABT— «4Ui Mcoicin of Uib Uaniais of Qumubcn?— Rb CbtrlM A^er lUiUsin. 
But., MB; IJnUnut4)aiM«] Sir C. T. HnaUlk, K.aS.— Colon il Jotm Mrdea, of 
aonj, SlOi AnlbOBjr Xlns Kf vmau, lUii. 

CUMTnOAnD,....^ ..,...M»..»»..«»._— .....».-».•.■»—•————— «•—••-- 

DkATan, amuiiieil in Cliroaolojrtml Older „..„„,.. „....„,...„_ 

SeglMra'Gnionl'* Eetuv ot McnoUlrln Ibo Hctn>TioU»~lUrkBta, S19 1 ll«lHI«lo«lcol 
Dfary Ddly Moo of Stooko . -..« ~ — .. 











Mb. Umax.— 1 uuat tfaftt it m«T doi he 
faM(intn»nt «itb jour vicvi to UDil '*■ 
not* " n nluion u> tkt Fnnch alUuM and 
Ctit*4>owff, «sUnrt«d from & iiKidi ef 
Hr. Burk* • on tha mfonHtraal traaty with 
Fnnc«. Ridku isg wliat Im KpimfaoBilad 
to ba Mr. PHt'a oontrBCUxI now* ««■ tlie 
•ubjoot. Mid hb bigvtfuUwu of BdUxli Ui- 
tomU, Buribo pofaitWIjr md,— " K« (Mr. 
P1U> WMM to eanrfdar it m» mo Afhlr of tin> 
UUk eomnting hoiwc*, and not ''f two gnBt 
ImMom j M iMWi U> (unnilcr it ^ • eon* 
tastloK MLVMD tli« Bvn of ilie FfeKr-^-ln 
«ad tha lien of tha oU Airf Aio*. far wlucb 
•hould obtain tlM bMt eu»n." 

"Jlia W^- ooDtiiiMed bo. "UuUF^mnc* 
b«u« lo (lib ocMutry hu bam dopioiad 
bikB thagtowingoolounof roniuiev. Nay, 
in oailar lo <rfn Mpon Mir |NMiioaa %t tba 
aspoiMa of our matM, aha haa haaa par- 
■onllM, dackad oat b aH bor KHa, rmI 
aadoad wUb a Iwaft InaapabU of laMtlitr, 
atid a longoa that Banaa only at a Iob iw 
MiiTov the aitloB lamuaga of tbat koftit. 
8be deairw noiUBg ausw than to bo in 
r.toodititp Willi U 81w bH rtretebed fertb 
har anna to ambraoo na ; nay mora, ahe bu 
•■wtcbad tiMn Araueh Uto Ma, — wilaav 
Cbtrbour^ Cniiottiy ranr b« tovlidMd 
wHhMn Jaiigar la ■urrajlng Hu n^nudda 
of ERTPti — 1^«*« iDonuflMDK ot buman 
poircr fnrnvbunwui purpona. Would I ooiiM 
aaj- tJw Mma of Oimrbcmiji. Wa pwa M the 
wuria BOW «arr]riii)f oq la tbat bwtiaur tiko 
tlia ailljr Tr;>j>tta, wbo gaaed at ibo VDoden 
bona wfuaa bowata taooied with Ih^ d»- 

Mr, Burfcp, had he bom liTinR, would 
Boand^ havojhinod tlia huudrad Miiatora 
who VMtod Cliertiour]^ duriii){ tha rovent 
etfebratioa of aucb ut ftducToinoul u tha 
completion of tt« mtm»te and incroiMiiiK 

jiuf 13, 1868. X. A. X. 


CU 803t£R8£T. 

Iliu Uiiiiax,^Iii the nbaonooof sot rail; 
(nuKrortliy hiawry of SomoiMit, I Joiow 
Mil hiTiN to obtain tha iafo/viMloii I doriiv, 
owopi. by your kindly allowing no to '■ wo- 
tHato" thin >ut>j<.-cl lo your pwm. 

or Iha |K>ir«rDjl r«mib W Btrodi^ tbo 
toaia li|Vioh iof «bi«h than la ab amplo 
podiKTM In fititehina' " Dtinwt") ioMled nl 
nuiuMX), aitd tboro oontintud ntttil net/at 
^n>ea. Anotbar braBcli. divwitliur from th« 
n»in «tm aboQt IIMt wm loeikWd at Shap- 
tM KuMti : and a third, eoniDioiidiiffolwil 
IKO witb Thoroaa, (wofiad aon of Ruli^rt 
de Stjod* of l^nibam hy KHaafaoth Uady,) 
IPlLloil at tioikn mtl-IItLmilun, Bomonot, 
upon l-rojicrtr (l«rive-( n/ifiirrntfy tn>tn th« 
wild IlicTuMi'* wjlc, lliMiphik, tuXer of Sir 
Johti f,1ini>n. Hurt., of Bwitefton ftnd Stoke^ 
Of lliia brmncfa I baig taut acanty hiftravk- 
tion. Om (iMmUr of It^ wboM ChriiUnn 
KBBM !• UI^IU^ *<^ buriad at Stoko, Pwl>, 
28, UMi VtoOnur, Jt»a Stni^ marriad 

to l«S ndMFd Hardy, of SUfhc is Dor- 
■St. In thatimeariheCoannanwvAlth th« 

Htohe eatftto ««• compooBrled for 1^ Jo«n 
Suodo taf\ Cwrs« btr no ; ud ttoaa m 
moaaiMiit in (ha dionh 1 t»d than tTnhii 
glmda diod iB ITS}, w«d ML 

Of the Shoptott braiab I b«n AtUv mil 
mora 0"rToe( Infovnuioa than Burho (" Blat. 
at CommaDstV^ avpiitlv ; bat I am at « I' w 
to diaooc^ bow Ibo Banbi|tu«i a««t* eutxt 
bita tha po^MMrion of (tu bnacb, a* that 
|irutM»ty waa Mrohaawl by WlUUdi Ctlllon, 
and coalfniwri in hta iliaiiaiilaiita for mnaa 
jenn, and NotmW^ wotdd htra ravartad to 
tho iaau« of Tlumiaa Stiodo of Sioho, and 
ThaophOa. dMchter of the mU William 

Tha iDcnmbast ef 8«ok»-aib-HaiBdoa 
(a Maloua aatiqaary) talarmn no that (ha 
Moas of 9wo<la 4o<» wA oaoor ia tho pariife 
rmffititn. (which, indaad, an rary dofoo- 
tiro,) nor upon aay othm- BoauBMnia than 
ihoao aboTa apodSod. It b poaalblB that 
thl* Mtiaant flunily mar have isala rapn- 
aatitatlvoa of tba 9t6k» onnofa atill vxbuK, 
alUiough tho FanihNn and Banlagtoo Unoa 
luTe hiked and ara now l a i iima ^i tad by Sir 
W. (MawWr, Bart., and Admiml Sir akat. 
Iwak-fitrade, K.CB, ra|wctitely. 

I am. &i«^. C. J. R. 


Ajtwr, a Cifmtt C^Muttr-wn^m^ 

Uft. UUAlt,— Tba aboro eoal ii|)|>Mn w 
thsaaooml ourtamg of tho anna of Jack* 
ioa of KdcrtAonie \^ Hickloton, oui. York, 
and was allowMf br the honUda nl tb« nal*. 
tioMoftdlSaad LWA. It la uot. twwmar, 
nn— IrnTTm Trr -hat JhiniTj ir halnrnpi ahouli 
Ihit meet tba «y« of an von« wbo ia aeqaalatad 
with it, I ahall \m obBgad by Vm hiHwirtMH 
m^ C. J. 


Mr. UaaAX, — In reply to a ({■aety in yoor 
hat bmM. I bar lo ny that Nical da AlUui 
was tha aoD of B£«M- da AUm^ br Anuria 
do Uowbrav hb wifa. NIml had baalowsd 
upou htm tliooctataa of Bafaart do Mowbray, 
forfeited by Ura on aooouat of hia rwboIKon 
a^ahut WlUfam RuAw. Kiffol mairlad for 
bia Mcond wifa Gnndreda, dnwhtor of 
OcTulil do (^omny, by whom ho Ivft a aon, 
Bo|^, wbu Mieoacdiag. through hia fubirt 
to the oAalaa of Motrbmy, aaauuwit that 
aame bj- oonmiad of Boury L, aiul l>oc«nM 
(ho fouii'lfr of Ibo TCn^Ui hmily of Mow. 
brny.- Voum. Ac, T. Koimi, 

P.& I abouJd bo Klad to bo hin.Uho.1 with 
youro«'r»*pMi(lotit'B Authority for tho «tati»> 
mant wilh loapeat to Cooatasc* do Mowbray. 

Lticealer, Aujf. &, 1858. 

Thu kwiitby report! of the piflooodinga of 
and oUwr papen, UH ne« month. ^^ 






The articulated epaulette appears in tho second quarter 
of the century. It is found in tho effigy at IficUT, ^. 1335 ; 
u tninsitional example, in whioh tlie jointed Hhoulder-rap 
is cMimbincd with the disc (Stothard, pi. 69). It is scon 
nUo in tJio Ash Church tij^ure, c. 1337 (Stotlmnl, pi. C2); 
nud in our engravings, Nos. 36, 12, 13, 2 (vol. cciv. p. 
1 1), 21, 28 and 29, ranging fi-oni 1347 to the end of the 

Of the shouldor-gunrd formed of \\ single piece, a real 
example was found in the oxeuvations of the old castle of 
Tannonljerg, and is figiin^d in the instructive volurao* 
(Icticribiug those researuhea, hy T)r. Huiiier and Dr. Wolff. 
Compare the statue of Coiuad vun Seiushuim, 13C9 (wood- 
cut, ^'o. 10). 

The Elhnw-piecoa (Mudi^ivs or chutes) are of three princi- 
pal kinds: — dise-fonned, cup-fonned, and articulated. These 
am combined in much variety with the other parts of the 
arai-dofenccs. Sometimes the discH are fastened on a sleeve 
of niuil, aa in our woodcuts, Xos. 23, 27 and 9 (vol. cciv. p. 
5U2), either by lacea or otherwise. Sometimes the roundels, 
thus tixod to nhaiu-mail sleeves, are armed nith spikes', 
as in woodcut. No. 22. Sometimes they arc found at tho 
Hide nf the mail sleeve instea<l of at the elbow, aa in the 
GifTanl bmss, aln*ady cited, and the brass at Ghent (Ar- 
Bhuiol, Journal, vol. vii. p. 2S7). The eup-formcd cQudu-re 
■la seen in tho effi^ of Giinther vou Schwai-zburg (woodcut, 

* Sii» Smrg Titmm»mUrt], yH 10, !!){. \u 

Imw of PUiralph (W>lkr, jA~ \A\.mBA 
•or vgodrtfl, Nu 17. 


Arms, Armour, and MUitaiy Usage* 


No. 1 (vol. ociv. p, 4), and again iu that of Sir Guy Bryan 
(Stothard, pi. 9G). The cup olbow-guard, with disc at the 
side, is of frequeut occurrence. We tiiid it iu the Buhun. 
effigy (HoUis, pt. 4), in the brasses at Gorleston and Stoko 
Dabenion, c. 1325, iu the statues of John of Eltham and 
De Ifield, 1335 (all given by 8tothai*d), and in the monu- 
ment of Do Creke, 1330 (our woodcut, No. 19). The discs 
in these various examples are plain, foiled, or embossed in 
the form of lion masks. Thoy are sometimes fixed by 
laces, sometimes the fastening is not in view. When the 
suits are almost entirely of plate, as in the effigy of Sir 
Humphrey Littlcbury, c. 1360 (Stothard, pi. 75); our 
woodoutj No. 31, A.D. 1382; and the brass of Be Grey 
here giveu (No. 28), the roundels are still occasionally 
found combined with the cup elbow-guards; but it is not 
clear if, in these cases, they are distinct plates or only 
part of the cups. In its last and eomplotost phase, the 
elbow-piece was of cup-form, htt\'ing articulations above 
and below ; and at the sides ospansion.t, the object of 
which was to protect the inner bend of the arm, where the 
outcut plates of the upper and lower-arm left tliat part 
defended only by chain-mail. See examples in our wood- 
cuts, Nos. 12, 30, 2 (vol. cciv. p. U), 21, 33 and 32, 
ranging from 13G0 to 1400. Some exceptional modes of 
forming the elbow-defences exist, but to describe all would 
be an endless task. 

The Gauntlets of the fourteenth century exhibit a similar 
progress to the rest of the armour, beginning In chaui-mail 
and ending iu plate, offering as they advance various 
experimental examples iu scale-work, stud-work, splint- 
work and other fabrics. In the early years of the century 
we ftud the old chain-mail glove of the preceding age still 
in vogue ; as in the curious sculpture of Dc Eyther, 1308 
(Uollis, pt. 2), in the miniature from Roy. MS. 20, A, ii., 
about 1310 (woodcut, No. 22), and in the effigies of De 
Valence and Staunton, c. 1325 (Stothard, pi. 48 and 50). 
It occasionally appears at a later date, m in the statue of 
Louis of Bavaria, 1347 (Hefner, pi- 15). Sometimes the 
glove is of leather only, as in the monument of Du Bois, 
1311 (Stotliard, pi 57), in the Hastings brass, 1S47 
(woodcut. No. 3G), and in the sculpture of Orlamiinde, 
c, 1360 (Hefner, pi. 146). In the last-named example tlie 


■ 9 .i.- ilif jL-uijor ant .vilna-n. Vtap» 

.■ - . -■- :. : ■ ■ V . .-.I - " r 1'. ir-.OL ru.iLiie MS. 

..■..-.- 1 _" . -.:•- iJi- -Jl Oj^ ■'^-?J <>' 

.".■■■ ""■..•..:,"'. Tii' v'^ nxri-i*; ia 

. ■, . ■ ■ , . - . ■ - , r "Ti- ■'- • " -'.^-T Sio- 

Z'l- .-■.*.::■: ■■"-li: tT':»^'i.rf m The 

• . i- ■ :■ :.:..--' ■'..■- t •.•.•~ y'.. .-. t:C, oct. 

: ' - . ■ . .: ■'..- - _-■..■ -. 2i_iji± '^i ' 2 :•'.' >:-:''ibjr>3, 

. . " -. --" ■ -:-.-■. ■; .- •- - -.7 -L- liji.'^i-C if t ■ats^sfrL 

■ . :- V. . : -:■ -i-.l*t l^:^- ■jjr -.J^ ::' j-liTe 

"■.■... ■ ■■ : : .- - T_ -: v-r- ::""_:j-':::-_"^ '^ rw: i~.d5. 
» : ■". V v.;; ' ■. . '—■ •"." -:.■:_*" ..:.l ".i;7 "lji*:-TiirT irsinit- 

:_■..,■■■- i-.,^ L '■ : :.;! : .-> -f-!l. j. ■."-r^-i ^i-i ":ii*:i -if Tte 

i.u: _- T.:..~--2 z:-.— '- : :':.■ lI ^ '.l-; 'j-Z-Tzzj The 

-A^Tij.>nt^.. i'u: >.-^: : .".. > :":. :-.. . l: ■_ ■^'- :' ttt. ihe 
pair nJ p;-::i.T:v> .: :!-> r.-ri . :. -;-;.: i z^.-r '''.zl^Axo 
tbt iiati Prill.-.. ll^L t:. .":. >.... : •. :. :": •: iz-iri t clvve 
flf iBEiht?. i.cT^j^i: L -.■.-.■.■:->^.:v -.*:- ,: •':.■.- i-.-T.-rruorion. 
^5«»e BTi :Lf2r-: :r >:.:: :.r.;! >" ■ "■. v.; -. :i.:>." ^ u: -R-iih 
fa» pTittciijtiii w :!:.:: ^ii-.v .•^;>. r-; T..-; ::.r»T'Lr: r^unr- 
"» aiv fiit-w^ i-_ ..„: \-. ....,■.. ..:v >" --. ' ^ ".. *-.:t. t>. -it. 

**..->'. eo, ^i -j: ■:, .:■.:.— .:■ - : .■ - :.:*. a 

naacvT irf 

■ siit-w^ i-_ .■„: \> ■..,■, ..:v >" --. ', ^ ".. :-.:r. p. -it. 

i^rf ihf. J.:!-," Ci.'.-'..'. .' ■ ■■■> '■■■■ ■--> .'^r.:v/.a:ed. 
•** *iv :,v:T:.i ". :":,- .-r.z - ■- "":;.:: -. - 1325 

l^ri^i; ; X r;-:-T:.-c:- '.:-■' ':'. :.:^.:-- '.•■: of 

."v p. 


t(fth« Fburtet-nth Ceutury. 


ouffa. TUoy ugain appear in the monument of Inglium, 
lJ54o (StotiiJird, pi. ClJ). Anothi?r curious device wiis that 
of annitig the knuckles of the gauutlets witli spikt's (gads 
or gadliugs), by which they became weapons as well as 
dcfcnc^es. Sec our engravings^ Nos. ] (vol. cciv. p. 4), 
21 and 26. The rcul gauntlets of the Bliick Prince have 
gads on the middle of the fingers, while at tho base 
of them ore little fignres of lions or leopnrds. The iron 
glove, as an instrument of offcuco, is mentioned by D'Or- 
ronville in the "Life of Lonis of Itourbon." In an en- 
counter between a champion of the Fnmch party and an 
"Engliali Gascon" in 137o, the former threw hia iidversai'y 
on the ground, " et se jeta sur luy, ct luy leva la visiere 
ou luy donuunt trois coti|w do gantoUet sur le visage"." 

Towards the <!losc of the century appears a singular 
ornament : the last joints of the gauntlet are formed in 
imitation of the nails of the finger. See woo<lcut3, Kos. 28, 
2*> and S7. Such gaiuitlets have been described a» termi- 
nating at the third finger-joint ; but it is quite certain that 
the nail ornament belongs to the glove, for in the Ardemc 
monument at Klford, Statibrdshire, the knighfs glove lies 
by his side, and is thus fashioned. Compare the Bnxna 
offigj-, 1400, rind other sculptures (of thn next century) 
given by Stothard, where similar gauntlel.s arc foiuid". 
Another ornament, characteristic of the close of the cen- 
tury, consists of a sort of lozenge, sometimes foliated at 
the points, the wntre richly coloiired, as if to represent 
enamelling ; and of these lozenges, four are i>laced side by 
side on the back of the hand. See our woodcuts, ^os. 26 
and 37, dating 1400 and 1401. GaimtJets of stud-work 
appear in our engraWng, No. 42, ftxtm Roy. MS. 10, G, vi., 
fol. 304, /•. 1330 ; and ag:iin in plate 100 of Strutt'a "Dress 
and Habit"*." In lieu of the inner glove of leather, this 
portion of the hand equipment was occasionally of chain- 
mail. Good examples occur in the effigies of Conrad von 
Bickcnbach, 13'J3 (woodcut, No, 24), and of Johann von 
Werthcim, 1407 (Hefner, pi. 100). Whalebono appears 
to have been occasionally employed in the construction nf 
iha military glove. Under 1382, tVoissart tolls us that 
ocrtaiB soldiers of Bruges '*et-oicnt armes la groignour 

■ Cfaap. uiW. 

• Thcr tn iiuloMl TtmA » htd u the 

■ut««Dtb vttAury, renl eumplw of Uib 
tiiiM beikg in the Toivm- ooIlMlioii. 


tffthe J-hurteenth C^TUury, 


partie dc mnillcU, de houetes et do chnpoaux de fcr, d'hoii- 
qnotons 01 de gands de bfll('ine\" Volvot was nlso used 
in its formation. The Invoiitory of Louis llutin, in 1316, 
has, " Item, una gnntclez couvera de velveil vcnneil." 
Uras's as n mntprial for the kuiglitly gauntlet, has alrcjidy 
been noticed in tlie ix-lic at Canterbury, suspended over 
tho tomb of the lilnek rrince. Some ftirthcr varieties of 
this defence may he fimnd in a few nienuiiicnts, but they 
nro rather fanciful exceptions than types, and do not thcro- 
fore require a particular description. Sec, among others, 
the examples offered by the brass of X)e Cobliam, 1367 
(Hoiiti,;ir3 "'ISrassi's of Knglund*'), the effigies of Scinsheim 
and Scluiuook {Hefner, pis. 46 and 22), and the figure here 
given (No. 21) ), the brass of Sir John de St. Quintin, 1397, 
at limn sbur ton, Yorkshiro. In the second half of tlie con- 
tui'y the gauntlets arc often found of a highly enriched 
ebanictor. The arts of the goldsmith, the eliaser and the 
cnamellor were employed in their ttdoniment. A beautiful 
example of this de- 
coration }» sn])plitMl 
by the monument of 
Sir 'ITiomas Cn\me 
at Ightbam, Kent 
(.Stothiird, pi. 77). 
hee also Stothanl's 
plates 'JO and 05 

Ailettes — those 
curious apjtendagcs 
■which, fixed to the 
shoulders, appear to 
have answered the 
purpoHC of a neck- 
shield — are of fre- 
3 neat apijearancc 
uringtho ftrst quar- 
ter of the century, 
and art) occa-sionally 
found for a few tT^mAu.u* a.^ Nc>.jo. 

yem beyond this limit, Examples occur in the seal of 
TliORiSfl, Duke of Lancaster, Kon and heir of Edmund 
Crnl'rk (Select Seals in British Museum); in the brass 
of _ u*. 130B (Walior, pt. I>) ; in the subject here given 

•VqLI1.^X47. A»(lH««b0«a^«)Lcctv.p.5se. 

ar«. M*». Vol- CO-. rt 


m iM 

oil J 




Armi, Armour, and Military Usage* 


(No. 30), from Add. MS. 10,293. fol, I57,»TiUen in 1316; 
m the effi<f>- of Thioratein, ISIS (Hefner, pi. 41); in the 
Louterell ilhiniination, c. I;i:?0, figurod hy Carter (Ftiinting 
and Sculpture, pi. 14); in tho Gorlnston brass, e. 1325 
(Stothard, pi. 51) ; in the seal of E<lwai-d III, as Duke of 
Aquitaine, 1325 (Wailly, vol. ii. p. S72); iji his seal as 
king, 1327 ; in the great seal of David II. of Scotland, 1320; 
in the Pembridge statue, c. 1330 (Hollis, pt. 5); in the 
Tewkesbur}' glaaa-paintings, e. 1330 (Carter, p!s. 20 and 
21) ; in the seal of John, King of Poland, 133 1 * ; and in 
our woodcut, Xo. 34, from Koy. MS. Ifi. G, vi. They are 
mentioned among tlie effects of Piers Gavcston in 1313: 
" Item, autres divers garnementz des armes !o dit Picres, 
ovek les alettes gamiz et frcttcz do pcrles"*.'* And in the 
Bohun. Inventory in 1322 wc find : '• iiij. pejro do alettes 
des armes Ic Counte do Hereford*." In (he church of 
Malthy, Lincolnshire, is the sculptured effigy of an un- 
known knight, of the curly part of tliia cu'utury, in which 
the ailettcs are fixed at the su/es of the shoulders, as in the 
examide at Rasle, figured hy Hefner, pt. 2, pi. 41. This 
is the only iustauee of such an airangement hitherto 
notieed iii our own country. 

The " Leg.hamerjs" of the knights, like the arm defences, 
made a steady progress towards a complete equiimient of 
plate ; and in the transit exhibits a similar variety of ex- 
perimental arrangements, in which the old fabrics of <'hain- 
mail, scaie-work, pourpointerie, splints and stud-work are 
of frequent appearance. In the first quarter of the century 
the mixed fabrics are found ; in the second quarter the full 
arming of plate is nttninod ; and in tlio second half of the 
ago this full arming of plate becomes general. 

The chain-mail chauRscs of the tliii-teenth century arc 
frequent in the early years of tliia period, and of occasional 
ocourreuco till tho middle of it. Examples are afforded by 
the L'tRgie^i of Sc^ptvana, 1 3ftfi (Waller, pt. 0) ; of Be Bvther, 
130S (Uollis, pt. 2); of Du Bois, 1311 (Stotluu-d, ph 57); 
of Thiorstein, 1318 (Ilefner, pi. 41); of Staunton and 
tVTiatton, c. 1325 (atntlmnl, pis. 50 and 52); of Charles 
d'Etauipes, 133r> (Cuiiheruiy, p. 272); and our wdodcut, 
No. 7 (voL ceiv. p. 500), e. 1340. Chaussea of bandcd- 

< Cuta of the iMt three tetU will U 
foinid lit the Sjtlauhuu raUectiQiL 

* Kew FitAtn, vtA. ii. p. 205. 

* Archivol. Jgorual. \«l i!. p, 340. 


o/ Mf Fourtefnth Century. 


mail appear in our woodcuts, Noa. 4 (voL cciv. p. 130) and 
49. Loi^-hameas of jaokcd-leatber Is expressly mentioned 
Jiy Chaucer : — 

"His janibcux wero of ii«irboUir.** — Te/le of Sir Tiopa», p. 319. 

Andseenis to be represented in the Italian figure, c. 1333 
(woodcut, No. 27), aiiJ again iu the effigy of lugbnm and 
that at Tewkesbury, engraved by Stothard, pis. G(i and 73'. 
But, in Older to obtuin some clear understanding of tho 
kuiijbtly " janibeux," it will bo necessary to esamino them 
in detail : the materials of them ai-e so much mixed that 
no general dt'scription can residt in auytliiug but confusion. 
They may be divided into three parts : the chausson with 

IiU knee-piece {or ymouillere)y tho greaves, and the soUei-et 
w urmcd shoe. 

The knee-bos.8* appears to have fonned pail of the 
chausson ; and thi; maimer in wbii-b, attached to a chausson 
of (ttud-work, it was »tmi>|>ed ovt'r the rest of the leg- 
armour, is excelluuitly shewn iu Stotliard*s 93rd plate. See 
also, for these straps, the Bgures of Littleburj* and Mouta- 
cuto {Btothard, pis. 7G and Do). The bosses of iron fixed 
to leatlier cliaus!<es are meutioued iu the Limburg Cbro- 
^nicle, under tho your 1 351 : — " Then the men-at-arms wore 
lOJte that were made of U-ather iu front ; also arm-defences 
^f leather ; aod tho * Syrcck,' which was quilted, with iron 
[Jii'kklnfn) for the knees." The effigy of Septvans 
(HolUs, pt. 1) well shews the metal knee-piece overlying 
the quilted chausAon. In our woodcuts, Kos. 20 and 36, 
it appears to be fixed on leather, The material of the 
cuissard Is often setin to pass beneath the boss, terminating 
sometiaios in an escallop (woodcut, No. 39), a leaf>oma- 
tiucnt (No. 1, vul. cciv. p. 4), a dentated edge (Ileiher, 
>1. 5*2), or other pattern. Where the arming of complete 
)latc has been attained, the yenouilUre haa articulations 
ibove and bolow; as in our engravings, Nos. 5 (vol. cciv. 
•105). 2 (vol. eciv. p. 11), 21, 33, 26 and 32. The 
Jlatuettc of St. Georgn at Dijon shews how the under-plate 
ros fu.stencd behind by a strop''. Tlie same mnnumeut 
Turds qX»o an example of the sido-plate affixed tu the 

" Kiwc-rop" In th# Okl-Rofftitli wvird 
'■In;* uanl in tbs andsnt InrmUric* of 

th« Tower nf London. 

* .irelMniaoia, iit. hl%, A cn^ of 
this cutuKU littlo rl!ia;7 HiU be foituA In 
the Svflmhun Dollrrt'tuti. 


Arms, Armour, and Mititary Usages 


oiiisaard, to which it is attached by strap and faucklc, 

leaving tlie iuside of the leg free 

from anuour, so as not to incom- 

modo tlio knight iu his seat on 


Cbauasons of quilted work are 
sc«n in the brasses of Do Burcs, 
1302, Scptvaas, 1300, and Giffiird, 
134H ; and they arc mentioned in 
the Inventory of Louis Ilutin: 
" Item, un cuissianx gnniboisc/.," 
&e. Kxiiniplcs, of studded nnnoiir» 
appear in our woodcut^*, Nos. 17, 
20, 30, K', 13 and l(J, ranging 
from 132') to 1370, und in the 
brass at Uorseheath, Ciiinb., e. 
13S0, hi'iv f:pven. See also Sto- 
thard's phdea, Nos. 67, 73, 75 and 
03 ; the bi-asaes of Choyne and 
Knevvutou (AVullor. pt. 1); that 
of 1>J Talotoot (Boutell, p. 51); 
the figure of Edward III. on plate 
101 of Strutt's ''Dress nnd Ha- 
bits;-' and the cmious drawing 
on folio 46 of Add, MS. 15,477. 
Tho cuissard tbrmod of strip-work 
is found in the effigies of Kerdoa- 
tou, 1337, and Bryan, 1301 (both 
cngiiiveil by Stothard). The fij^in*o 
of Si'nishcim (woodcut, No. 10) 
presents a variety which seems to 
be nijide of lenttior. Ckjmpare the 
Bide view of this defence, given 
by Hefner in his loUth phito. In 
the curious effigy of Tiickenhaeh, 
13U3 jwooilcut. No. 24), chain- 
mail is the material employed. 
Tho Moliadus mnnuaeript, Add. 
1IS8. 12,228, gives us sevend ox- So. si. 

amples in which banded-muil is similarly used^ but the 
garment there is sotiiewhsit longer and reiiifoi-wd with the 
boas. See folio 16B'°. and others. A further yaiiety is 


of the FottrUrnth Century. 


mtributt.'d by that volumn, in irhich a front-plate ir added 

to the piece!* already mentiouud. St-e folio 104. Tlie ciiis- 

8ard of clioiu-mail is again found in u knightly eftigy in 

thii cathwlnd of ^laiii/. Tho bosses, or knc^c-pict'Os, uro 

somt'times plain, even to a late period, and Honietinies on- 

riebed, either with chasing or by theniwlvea taking an 

uniatni'ntal form. Examples uf the first kind will bo found 

in our woodcuts, Nos. 17, 'Mi, 2 (vol. cciv. p. 1 1), 21, 33 

and 21i, fruui IS25 to the ond of the centui-}'. Kiirielii'd 

wpecinmua are seen in our woodcuts, Nos. 23, 7 (vol. 

suiv. p. r>l»OX 1 (vol. eciv. p. 4), 25, 11 and 2i>, dating 

ffrom l.-^SO lo 13y7. Seo also Stothard's plattis, JTos. 52 

and 01, and c^pi^cially the monuments of De Bui'es and 

Fit^ralpb (Wtdlcr, pt. 2 and 13). In some Geiiaan exani- 

ilos the kueo-cop is fluted, as in our illustratiun, No. 1 

vol. cciv. p. 1), A.D. 18tS>, and Ilefticr'a plates, Nos. 140 

[and 22, a.d. 1300 and 1374. The grnouiU'.reK^ like the 

shoulder-platos and elbow-plates, wero pomctimes armed 

with a spike. This ih shewn by a manustiript illumination, 

[of al>out 1 340, iigun'd by Hefner, pi. 7. A singular variety 

lof the boss and its undcr-oniament is found in the brass of 

['rhomns C'Ueyno, E!'([uire, 1308 (woodcut, No. 13). The 

[foiled bar in the oonlit? of the roundel is again seen on the 

'bruiis of tSir John Cobliam, 1354, iit Cobham, Kent. 

The Greaves do not exliil)it less variety than the other 

nmrts of iht* knighl'ly panoply. We have already seen that 

they were sometimes formed of euir-bouilli, and that the 

shin wa-s sometitnes prnti-etpd <i[dy by chain-mail or Iwiuded- 

|iQail. An anuour of scule-work occasionally takes place of 

[tlnise, ail iu the example of our eugniving, No. 7 (vol. cciv. 

p. 500), inid that given by Uefner, pi. 31 ; both of the 

lw«(»ud i|uii]-tor of the century. Armour of strips (already 

fdcscrihed) tilfio defends the leg at this |jart, as in our 

examples, Noe^. 10 and 11, c. 1370 ; and again in the 22nd 

plate of ilffner and the 'Jtith of Stothiird. Shln-dcfcncea 

of strii>-and-stud work occur in the etligy of Giinther voa 

Sobwai-zburp, 1341) (woodcut, No. 1, vol. cciv, p. 4), in 

the bnws of CbejTie, 13flS (woodcut, No. 13), and in the 

monument of Stapelton, 1304 (Stothard, pi. t(S). Grejives 

of the oluKitie form — that is, plates of metal covering the 

front of the leg — appear frequently during the first half of 

llio ooutury, and occuuiouuUy to a much later poriod. This 

UUZ Ariiif, Armour, and Military Utaget [Sept. 

< Miry ill tli'f Inv'.ntMry oi the Effects of Piers Gaveston in 
J ;iJ ;i M'*-iiir4 1'.» ix'ftT tu riuch defi'iiccs : — " Item, deux peires 
ill- JriniK'-r.- (Ic /•.;; veiitz ft intvfaiiz'' (Rymer, ii. 203). 
In J;JHi Till- J:jwn*..ry cf Lcuis X. furnishes us with — 
'' Ii'-iii. iij, jKiin-s ill- i;n'Vf*s ft iij. paires dc pouloins 
</ lira;" \Vc h:ivc' tbciti rfprf>emeJ in our cugraWDgs, 
N'". 17. 27. 111. -jn. :i(.; imd 12. ranging from 1325 to 
J;j')u. (j.joil cxaiiiidrs im- iilso iiti'irded by the well-known 
l.jii'. IV .,)■ Fiizi-:i![i]i ;(nd 1 )" Aulji-riioun, c. 1325. 'llie next 
t-\y\> ill ilii- anii(irin'i''.s art w:is to enclose the whole leg in 
liilii ' uf iiMii. Di-U'iK'i'.s of this kind appear as early as 
\'.\''\. Iiiil I hey ilo not Iii'i-nmc general till about the middle 
"I III'- fiiiiuiy, 'liicy ;iie represented in a bas-relief of 
111. I. .ml) .,[• AvMuT (If* Valence, 1323 (Stothard, pi. 4U); in 
I Ik- It'iliiiii nii.iniiiieiit (IIoIUm, pt. 4j; in the Pembridge 
<l!i|.\, \.\M\ (II,, Mis. pt. D); in the tiifures of John of 
I.IiImiii ;iii.1 I),. |ji,,]il. r. 1335 (Stothard, pis. 55 and 59); 
m ilir A:li Cljun-li slalue, 1337 (Stothard, Xo. 01) ; and 
iM "111 vi.iutl.iiis, Niis. h (vol. cciv. p. 405), 2 (vol. cciv. p. 
I I I f.'. *-'l, 31. ■>. :i3. 21). 20, 32 and 37; ranging from 
I urn 111 i|i>' eiul nC the century. They are usually con- 
iiiMil III n|>i'ii ii|tuii liiuiies on the outside and to buckle on 
III" iiiMile. Til,- Monlaeule eltijiy at Salisbury affords an 
isiiiiijilr iif llii-* !iir;nij;emen!. among many more that might 
Ite I'llid. A \;iiiety is otfered in the Kerdeston statue 
(f^ltilhui'il. pi. illV wlieiv the jambanl is closed by groups 
III hliiplof,, luixniii pins nivs>e.l thmuirh them. In the figure 
mC lliiuleh tie \jtl,M> A\ St. Penis, the inside of the greave 
In Ihi^M ft^»m lop u\ U'liom ; but this defence appears to 
''*»\»Ww«ml www \\\\\\\\\, ^:^vv.J;:);l :u\l wi:h strips of metal. 
WW itt tt to»(»»l draw*.!'.*; et :V.e i:*:;:v in the Kerrich, 
Mm»*» .Vdd \|S (i.rCS. the grvave was 
\ linlU \\\ the »uu:,".- v'.jire . t tV.t kv.ix-^vp' by means 
4 WWl (M*>«Msl th»\v\wV. ;;:: .v:V.-v.c :v. i-o bner. and 

4h^K X^v S.\ Hu K.;.v >■;.. 

■-.IS is :r..v^ri:od in our 

■ v. -.-. >:.:V.ard's plate, 


^hW^^A^x xv; ;^;,> X < V 

V. > r'^ - v-rr hichly 

hI; ^M1^^^ (v.X ,N-x-X ^- 

■■ ,.v-..\.'". I sample 

*^V ft\>»W U^VV^iA V -.. •• 

■v' r. . .r'rv glided 

i W ^^K>^ >'*M >-N^-\ .■- ^^ 

• X .-. . •.;rs »vrt sot at 

#1 »4^^>fcH V> iV \^..>>. 

; -,v.'v.y.S .t >ir Hugh 


ofihe Fouriefnth Cmiiiry. 


Calveloy, tho subject of Stothard's 9Stli and 99tli plates. 
The prearcs also of De Valois, montioued above, are orna- 
montcd with rosett<>s, fillets and ^^furs-de-lU arranpt*d in 
vertical baiul*. 

Among the exceptional 
forms of tho lo;;-hamcss, 
none is more curious than 
tliat of the younp aspirant 
to Icniphthood figured in 
our wot»dout, Ko. ofl. from 
Roy. MS., 20, B, xi. In 
this singular example plat OS 
ai*e fixed upon the mnil at 
the knees, at tho calves, 
and at the heels. Ilie 
statue of Arensbcrg (ITef- 
ncr, pi. 69) has also an 
odd arranjfemeut : in front 
of tiic chuusses of chain- 
moil appears a narrow s^trip 
of plale^ invecked on both 
cdg«!S which, passing un- 
der tlie spur-strap, nms on 
nearly to the end of the 
foot in a sort of t-ongue, 
or scries of overlapping 
seal us. 

No) uufrequently figures, 

othcnd'ise fully armed, are 

without leg-defuneos of 

any of the materials we 

[have examined. Ilieir 

^chaxisscs appear to be 

rtnorely of leather or cloth ; 

nnd tliij* part of their dress, 

tu tho monuments of the 

time, is often represented 

1 Oft of a ri(!h euhfur, most 

commonly red. 6uch hose 

[are seen in our woodcuts, 

[Nos. 7 (vol. cciv. p. 5V'0), 

10 and 16 ; and fi-um Urge 

SMiMlgrhniM wVar^MBO. >^' 

Nil. as. 

224 Amu, Armovr, and MUUan/ Vu^n [Sept 

I'ictiiTf'* C'f the sixTeemh and sK-vcnteenth owjturies we 
U-arn that they hiid H.ile* C'f leather. 

Tlie aruiinc "i' tho tW-t iia*-e'l tlir-i'iigh similar phases to 
l]jo>e 01 tli«.- -Ahi-T kuiiiLtly dt-iVu (■(■>. In ihe early years 
of tho c-niTun.-. a^ -wf- 1:livc- already Hitn. the whole leg- 
hani»->* -vTu*. olun fiiTir. ly of eiiain (t of lianded-maiL 
AVht-n to tLc- Lull-ir:vuv.-> (•! ihf s-hin. jilate-annour tbb 
add..'d for tbv ff<:-t. t!l:^ ■w;.- duii^- Ly c-.'niinuinc ihe gwave 
i^^i■lf l".ycud tho in>it'j- in a strir^ "t articuiarions to the 
end uf tlu- f'.it. l-ut c-i'Vi-rin;; ■■:;iy ihv oux^t half of it. Ex- 
aii^jilo^ c-f iLi> arnm:;.:-!!.-'!!! iniiy I'i- r^-en in the brasses of 
rj;zi-.Ki'h (AVuiur. ]it. lo . Ii'Aubt-ra-.Min iStothard. pi. CO) 
and l>f l.'rilvi' WM...d..i:!. >'o. 1;';. all ol alx-ut lo'lb. Com- 
]';iiv the li:;;.!-ir ii*..:ii thi- Has-TiD2> brass. 1347 (woodcuts, 
!N"-.'>. -0 and '^>t'- ■. T\l;r:i iho rubular jainliard was adopted, 
tlii.' lojt I'liMTne i-'Yi'iri o.'Ti}]'lt.:<ly with armt-nr of plate; 
tlii' j-oiK-rt;-: <.'i thi-i. Ty^u ri-Tai:.iLi: ihe artitulations of the 
t-arliiT di-itni-t'. >(i^ :hi' rijuns oi El:hani. and the knight 
Jit A>h Chun li. : 1 ■"■:'i-"> . Si .■thard. T']>. o5 and 01 \ the brass 
t'f KufvynTon i \V;i1]».t. y:. 1 •■. ar.d c-ur eni:ravin^ Isos. 6 
(Vi'l. iviv. ]i. -ill:*'!, 1-'"1. -:■:'. "J :.:.d -'': r:in:;iug th:»ni 1360 
ti' 1-liUi. In tlii'Si' rxinr.]^ > t':.t artioulatic-ns art' eontinued 
fruui iho iusTi'p in ilu y.-.v.z ci '^k- sli-.-e: but in other 
i-iiM'S ihoy' CHvnpy huh' ir.iy ;: Thi' s-V.rnt. And the place 
I'f ihi* half is sv>n;i::n:t!. ir. '\.i :r.;dd;v i>f the fi-ot. some- 
times at tho foTx^i^iri. ^"l :':.< tn-i k:'.:d. iiistanees occur 
in our woi^lniis. Nos, :; ,vil .-.iv. ■>:■. 11 . 1^1. 31. 33 and 
S2. Of the jkwnd. s:hvjv.(V.> :.ri icuv.d in :ho Pombridge 
effigy, ISSO iHiulis. y;. Ti . :;::.l ir. :':.:>c i:i:ured by Sto- 
Huurd, pklrtt 08. m :nid \vk h-. ::u' >.\-cnd lialf of the 
MfrtUTV «iae in the f;isV.:. r. . t :.>i> ::.a: were not only long 
md ptan1<es], but oun.-nsA .v.:^ i\:. This :r.iv.o was copied 
ft<Qn the oiUinart- sluy-* ii: ::•.. p.V,;;r.:> c-i :he day. which 
VWP named "AniV.ers s h r.'a-.r.i," :"::t i;i>hion having 
un}KVted fj\>ni l\^isv.d . K.xs'.vy'fs <t the poulaine 
IT in our iirt\Mo\:ii< >'.>. U'. '.".. i! v;'i. i-viv. p. 11), 

^^MTlMt- — '■VMlMi4rN<«.'*>>« N -v .. . ^, : .> -.n^r. ::•: iv<ni- 


Hftbe Fourteenth Century. 


H, 24 and 29, dating iroin 1369 to the end of the ceutury. 
At tho close! of tliis ago we find some raontiments in wliieh 
he Honopets are much output at the instep, a dofenco of 
shain-niail appiairing nt the opening. 8ee woodcut, No. 
13, hr-m given, uiid entnpuro Nos. 20, 32 and 37. 

Scah'-work and atnd-work were uiso employed for the 
knightly sollerot. The scnlc-armour sometimes covered 
the whole, Hometimea a part only, of tho foot. The first 
arrungemcnt is found in a figure of the De Valence monu- 
ment, 1323 (Stothard, pi. 49), in tho effigies given by 
Heftier, pK 133 and 15G, a.d. 1370 and 1394, and in our 
woodcut, No. (i (vol. eciv. p. 589), fi-om the brass of Sir 
William Cheyney, 1375. The S(?cond method is seen in 
tho glass- paintings of Tewkesbury Abbey Church, c. 1330 
(engraved in Carter's " Bculplure and Painting" and in 
BbaMr's "Dresses"), and in tho statue of Littleburv, I860 
(Stot)mrd, pi. 75). The Sulney figure (woo<lcut, No. 39) 
lias tho ft-ont of the solleret in strips, but the heel is oased 
in ftcak'-armonr. Shoes of stud-work occur in the effigy of 
Gunthcr, King of the Komans, 1349 (woodcut, No. 1, vol. 
cciv. p. 4), in that of Scbonech, 1374 (Hefner, pi. 22), and in 
manuscript miniatures copied by Stnitt on plntc 100 of his 
"■Dress and Ilubit.s." tlceasionally the foot has u defence 
of chain. mail only, while the remainder of the leg ia 
olothcx) in armour of plate, of strips, or of euir-bouilH. See 
Hefner's plate lOfi, a.o. 1407, and Stothurd's plate 96, 
A.n. 1391, for examples of the first two. In the subject of 
our woodcut, No. 27, the greaves appear from their oma- 
nien(ation to be of cuir-bouilli. A further variety is offered 
by an arrangement in which, though the legs are armed 
to the instep, the foot is clothed only in a kind of hose. 
Examples are supplied by the effigies of Erbaeh, ^Vene- 
laer, and the knight at Tewkesbury ; figured in Hefner's 

J''l"rochteu," pi. 125, in the ArehiKologieal Journal, vol. 

prii., and in Stothard's " Monuments," pi. 73, 

The head-defences of the fourteenth century may be con- 

Lvidorrd under tho two classes of Qeuis and Hbluets. 

10 Uelms are of three leading types: — the " sugnr-Ioaf," 

fonn siibRisting from the thirteenth century; secondly, 

he kind ftimilinr to ns from the example at Canterbury, 

khi' Iit'Im of the Black Prince, wliich may be dcscrilH-d us 

consisting in it-s lower half of a cylinder, wliih' the upjier 

Onrr. Mas. Vol. OUV. o g 

^-'"^ •** 



(/ the Fovrteenih Cent«rtf. 




portion, commencing ns a cone, torminutos in a dome; 
thirdly, the single-clcft, of which tho oeulariiim, hitherto 
divided by a bar in the centre, consists of an aperture car- 
ried uninterruptedly 
&om one temple to Uic 

Tho sugar-loaf holm 
is usually found in tlie 
first quarter of the cen- 
tury, though it occa- 
gioniilly uppL'ars at a 
later time. We have it 
in Uiiw group (No. 34) 
from R«y. MS. IG, G, 
vi., fol. 387, date about 

Tt occurs again in our 
woodcut, No. 49, circa 
1S40 ; and in the effigy 


den, 1377 

(Heftier, pi. 

&5). A va- 
riety of this 


a salient an< 

gle in front, 
|a contrivanoe by which tho wearer would obtain greater 
freedom of breathing thnn in tho previous headpiece. The 
example hero given (No. 35) is from the monument of Sir 
AYillittm de Staunton, 1326, in the curious little church at 
Staunton in the Vale of Belvoir. 

[To be continued.) 





r>n twr. ui.», 9, VI. Ml. m. 


228 [Sept. 



Instead of proceeding with the tliird chapter of the sketch of 
this renowned prelate's life, it is proposed to exhibit to the reader 
in this month's number three documents : — 

1. An abstract of his willj with extracts from the executors' accounts. 

2. The founder's character, as described in the Hexameters of 
Thomas Wykes, a Canon of Osney, and chronicler of his own 
times, who must frequently have seen the founder during his 
residences in Oxford with the court. 

8. A pedigree, shewing the issue of the founder's sisters, and the 
relationship to him of many of his legatees, and of several of 
the early members of the college. 


(Printed i'm extenao by Kilner, Suppl, p. 82.) 

This document is very interesting, not only from its antiqnity, 
importance of the testator, and the great amount of property con- 
veyed, but from the picture which it gives of the testator's mind, 
especially of its tenderness, piety, and comprehensiveness, ex- 
hibited in his detailed consideration of the claims of his kindred, 
of his dependents, of the places whence his wealth accrued, and of 
his eleemosynary children. 

The will is found in Abp. Pcckham's Agister, fo. 103. 3. 

Executed at Merfon, March, 1275-6. 

CodicU added, Oct., 1277. 

Final audit of executors' account. May, 1282. 

The Compotut Executorum and the PelUiones super Exeeutoribut are 
■till extant with the will, and arc interesting documents. 

Witnesses who attached ) ^^^^^'^°P t^"^^"^^^) f,^ ^^"y'^; t ^ 

ttieir seals besides seven P^^P ^n""'^^ ''^ ^"'^ ^""^ ^*'"'' ^"^ 
athen named 1 Cnancetlor. 

' The Pope's nunoio, Bogcr dc Nogcriis. 

Xmeutort. William do Ewcll ; John do Mcrflton and Friar Thomas de 
Wi'ldeham (his chaplains) ; John dc Cuttcloyn ; Ralph dc Riplingham ; 
William Dodckin; Ranulph, vicar of Greenwich, added by codicil. 

Qmnmllon to the Hxeeuiort: — Bishop of Bath and Wells; John de 
SATkeby, Josticiar 1233, Bishop of Ely 1286; Andrew do Kirkenny. 

' Then pnAably wen needed on acconnt of tbe proriaion in the wilt that the rwdue 
Anld bs mllcd "ad lalntein laicuB." The oodidi relieved the execatora of this de- 
■ati dotgr I7 gMny tb* nridne to tbe college. 


Doaunents Illustrative of^ tfC. 


Dirrctiont about Burial. — If Im should <li«* in Co. HAllt«, to bo burtCKl 
iu biisin{(«toke Churcti with hit jjarents. IT elsewhere, in Itoclui^cr 


1. Jbr 3£at»at. — To Basin^toko Church a ohitlico, prot. 5 mba. ; for five 
ehaplttins celebrating for ono ycmr in that church, or uvtghbouring ones, 
or al Oxford, if " idonei" not to be tijiiitd on Iho spot, 35^ inks. 

2. At Hoehcattr. — For five chaplains oJobrfttinR ono year, ZAjmka. To 
hi« Buccetsor", his niitrr, stifT, nml ono of his rinj^. To his chapter, 
for porchnae of ftome ralat« for celL')]nition of on obit and a dlstributioQ 

^ broad to the jxtor, 100 mkit. To tbt' prior, one of hiit poltrcTB and a 
Ircr cup. To th« works of ihe KilheUral, 10 Kiks. 

8. lb Part/the* tchrre J« i<cU PrrferMfrnt. — Poor of Stajiidrop. 20 mke. 
fWdgefi^ld, 40 mks. Hautwrsc •■, 25 mica. Codinglcio ", 20 mks. B«r- 
nj-Djibam', 10 mk3., with 1008. aii ornamMUa secUtia. Bruuncetoni, 
ISmki. Fynsbur;^, 40s. Prebond. of Sarom :— Ben^ I8aika. ; 
Chnrminster, ISmks, 

4. To IMiifioM Ifotmex. — Tortington ', Sussex, 40a. Friers itinors * in Ox- 
fonl, 25 inks. ; Londoo, '25 mks. ; lUrtlepool, 10 inks. ; Friunt Froauhcn 
in Oxford, lOraks. ; N<'trcfl«t1c-oa-T3'n(>, 10 mks. : the glossc-d EpisUet 
of St. Paul to be restored to them, ^'uu8 of St. llek<n', London, 100a. 
Nans of Wyntneyc *", 40s. 

fi. HU Kindred'*. — Uia wsttr di- Wortyng, SOmks. 

rTu hi^r uutuurritd daughter, to Quirr>' her, or otherwise proride nocei- 
Biirie«, 30 inks. 
Qia sister Edith, to bny land, or otlierwira provide soeurity, bt-'uiln Uta 
B \awh ho bought for her, BO mks. 
kTo hpr elilc»t son, to buy laiiil, or otherwise, SOmlu. 
Td hpr cIsiiKbtcr nX. ^'ilton (nunnfrv), to provide more Ailly for her 
clothing and diet in Cho hon»e, 20 liikg. 
I* Thb WH sridnitlj hi> hntuUe •ridb, " A boo onLi ndasricorili4 Dd oaoBtlku." 
* Ib tko pMitioM hU mcceMOr, not omtented with thcw bmuMts, " potit \. npcl. 
bnn F inl«nwn prvL xx. in. qoam Kcd. Rolf de HHwuetudino dvliot bwHW « morbM 
^ .-" sua for dlUpifbttbiiis of hoiMM siHt rtock, £0C>. 

Abo th« exeraton pvil to tfa* proecntor, u his rigbt. 80i. far making a roll to cut; 
tbnufch Eagbnd. " nMmoriam obito* Efii deraBrti." 

TUt Roohvitcr OMOiinti wsr« ivy nMDi>)inU«I, U'ttlt«r*t cbimM on tli« eitst« of bts 
pndceafor, Lurtnof, twing still aamtiiilM), aad sevDisI of che dignlurUi bciiig la 
debt Lo tbdr bMbofk 

* Hiippoaed to In Ilaltwluttlti, North tunlwrlaaj. In tlig paUoiHg* of tlw BLdMp vf 
Itarbnitk Xo widcnw tiicU, exc<?pt thin Ikniisiwc, of Uic ruuador liannp li«1d the rcctorT. 

■ In Sum;, adjoining Mtldoo. Appro]>rmt«d Z Viiw. II. to Urrtun I'riot^-. Walter 
da PurOanur, Itii nrplivw, «u rector at Iba roujid«r*B deatli. 

' In rhL'd««uinrv or Ktclini«nd, Vorkshlre. Crown patniDattc. 

* In LtoMtiuluK. Will, da Ewell, bis nepbair, snoeaeded him is 1273. 

■ PnU)od in St. Pliarii CWtlMdra]. 
' Prnm vlicooe ha obtained tlwi sdrowtoa of Fkrleigb. 
'' WUh thcM* tlin« boilin of IVandican* attd tli« two Dominican hootea he km 

bi«i:r'it tnt" oMiliuTt \rj bu prpfarnH'tUa iii Loodoii and Uurhaia and hU Miounung* 
(iii. , ''i tWooort, which mtutlBrabvao frvqiNBt. 

"- iiikrttc; Ulntnajr, noar B a at n g «toka. 

' Saa the pedigrw, and t W ain DOtttw tliat Uww prrtvidod for m hi* ruandatium ara 
not provMad for In tha wilL 




trative of 

To his rister Agnes, 20 mka. 

To AUd do Fortesmue, to buy lands. 60 mks. 

To Hugh Chastaj-n, LittlcmiiUie Mill, 5 mlu. 

To Thomas, kU brotlicr, 40 cikii. 

To ThoiDM dc la I>une*, 5 niks. 

To John Jtikoliii and vife, "quie eis setreUus libeteotur," lOmkt- 

To lHi»ciitia do London, 10 mka. 

I'o Uawise. her nstor, 10 mk«. 

To Alan dv Liui{iford oud wifi-, 10 mkt. 

To Jyliii If Co)ipc, 4 niks. 

To Kicola.-* de 'riic-iidmip, ond wife iind boy«, 30 rakt. 

To John de Saudcford and wifo, 100b. 

6. To Friend* 

To Master FctcrP dc Ahondon, 
(first warden), one of hia palfreyB 
and nilvcr otip. 

To Mnsh-T Andrews, offic? silver 
cup and 40 mfcs. 

To John Culclojm' {aa executor], 
40 nikA. 

To WiUittm Sarora, silver cup and 
5 mkfi. 

To Wm. DoUekin ^an exot-utor), 100 

To John dc'Uei'»toQ,chaplaii), SOuks. 

To Robert FiU->"igel» all the in- 
terest be hud in hie lunds ; and 

and Deprmdenta, 

towards the reetoring of Uiem, 

30 inks. 
To "RopT Taylard, boeidw the 5 

mks. Hfr-rtm-charge he bad at 

Kybworth, 40mk8. 
To Win. dt' Mi-nock, 15 mks. 
To Will, de Saildehurgh ' t^ed- 

burgh), 40 tnkf<., and rcmittanoo 

of his deht for lithcit ut But- 

To Joliii du Stanhope, 20 mkB. 
To I'eter the Clerk, 408 
To John ir,„. a ISOmks, 
To Walter* ^^"^ (SOniks, 

* Married hU niMo Edith. Sm Itot. CUtw- 2 Etlor. I. in. 14. ICwwtpt (rtnii ThouM 
forlOOmarlu "<lo luuriui^riu iiL-ptin Wulterci," I2T3, rui»t (jf St. Lucy. Stic ini» to rr- 
moln in bcr und#'« guuriliuiobiip till Eiuli^r, " de cnriuUlate snA," uid t\\ta to go to 
tier liiulmlil'tt Luuir. 

* Hnd bei*!! in (^liartfc of the " scbolaivti" fVmn their (arl]e*t IiutttntloD, eirm 1262. 
He clnimi tVoin Iho cinratorB natnine prtrprio £\fMd, for his InlMiire and cmIa dnrio^ 
•pvimtMn vpan and inorw in %\w Lord Walter's m'rrior, vnd in name uf tbe <wllr|^ Hiiua 
■xrmling £HUO, wtiidi tlie foiindiT lind riH»ivi«il friitn Klphmn. fcmtvUnd, Stilling- 
ton, Setoii, nnd vUcwhore. It wnaM appuir tliat ttiu foundrr ittil! acted >• rscaw of 
those ntatn, wliictb Inv in N>iiv«'iili-nt ni^nnii-w lo bin ivwn o^ahU. .Kh, Itcrtor of S6ilg«- 
Bcld, ic, hv wwi *(ill (leriviiig a mviraap ftuin nurlmm, mid on Diiliiip of ftockiertia: n» 
irw obllgvd 1o \itt\-v bitUtir* wbo cuuld cniiily vii^t El«bsw, qcdf Caiit«rbDry, Tlie be* 
qucit of Ilk' rculiliiv' vmi pivihAlilj iiiti-ndin] U> rowr all this dfbt to hi) mtli-gv. 

1 Th« «sine im Androw dc Kir kennj, often written Kill:«ini_<r. jtrvitent at the Siahop'a 
dealb. Probably liLi ufllttft] priucipiU. 

' An old rct^ititTi cUims of lh« exwutors £40 for uite^iu yrart' ierriec in rorioiia 
plncpo, " tnm in curia crgi* qiiRiu fixtra rum cipim fiiit in nrgntiip [>ni W." 

' Murri-^l a nli-w. Sw Hot. Chart. 49 lipiiry III. in. 2. A grant to Walter of 
Robert'* luiut*, oo»ti*i^t{il \>y hia jmiiin^ th^ Knrl of Iiriw^tiT. TbtR gmnt was pro- 
babljr ubtainiil bj* tliH (cinnilirr n* a friijiidly mrrnnKmiiait. Thtf cxi-cutor* paid the 
ConntcM of \Viiic|]«U>r 20 murk* for Imrbiniririjj ltoWrt'» wife, (no doubl at tho tinui 
of hia iLttaiiidcr) i to WiUiatii St. John, who married his alater, for dou-rj- nrumiaed, 
£30 1 to the .\h\K.ta of Ai[ibit-«]ji)ry, foranollieraiatear, 13 tnarki, ^irumisu-d u'u Wr beini^ 
vci]4Nl in tliat liouw ; umij tt> lti>bert lilmwlf lOO marlc*. pTumiBed by lltv rnuudtr •* 

' TbU ftnd tliat foUouin^ iinnvi- ■hpw Imw be kc]it m|i hi* connpction wilb Ibe Nortb. 

* CoemM, I tbnik, lUuid* bcri' for n ■iii-nninp. It nnnrn in ihv Uailngvtoke evidenoM. 
Put«r Cdcw. bfllow. I uiiuuiu to bo a torrant, from tli« uaDuitl aMipM-d. 

To John dc Knii«ia '. & mien. 

To Hf-nry do Elliam. 10 mks. 

Tojohii'llydcys, 100s. 

To Hu^'h ']>• ]iurstall. 100k. 

To A'iam Sauvcttgc. 1 OOfl. 

To William PrepoMtus* of Brum- 

Icgh. -lOa. 
To Atlam dela WrthcyenbiryJ, 20fl. 
Tu Pctvr aud Julm B»ker, [Xty trade 

or Kuroame?) a lewe at Bvtv. 
To Peler Manball, 608. 
To PhiUp of Dertfonl, 50«. 
To Peter the Cook, 408. 
To Henry the Cook, 10«. 
To Simoii. BOs. 
To John the Taylor, 209. 

To ■William Watteso. 40». 

To Thomns Catel, 100s. 

To Adiim ihn Palfroyman', 40a. 

To John do IfLT^hum, 2 micR, 

To John MakoiK^y, 2 rnks. 

To Geoffrey the C«cter, 2inl». 

To Elian Pafro, 40b. 

To William \V<n!egnte, 1 mb. 

To llobor: de Chetvitdoa, 209. 

To Richard llie CurUr, 20s. 

To WalttT thf Carlvr. double stipeud 

for Ihe year of TeKlator's death. 
To tlie other cart^m and pluugbraen 

in each manor, bcaideii their gti> 

pctld*, 5b. 

Total, £16 5«. 

7. OfKer PiHttuh. 

To Philip do CodintoD (a kiaaniatt], 

To William do Grafton ••, the n«t 

crops of Wolveton farni, (value 

£10 \'ii.,) and lOniks. 
To 0«rard tho Chapliiiii, & rnks. 
To Richard dv Brndmere. 40ji. 
To de OMUDndlere, 1 mk. 
To William do Hakcton, VOs. 
To Itichanl Ruas«l, lOmkA. 
To William the Cook<, vho is at 

Osncy, 1 mk. 
To Robert de Walthara, lOOs, 
To Roger Bidhcy. 20«. 
To William tht Crtrtor, IOh. 
To th« mother of AJan of Lnngfortl, 

To John dc Walcrile ', 40 mk«. 
To Thomas the Poreetor, SOs. 

Tu Richard di< la Uoki>, 20s. 

To tho dauj^htor of Dulcia of Uai- 
don. 1«0«. 

To the sialer of John de FamliaBl 
and her huBbani, tJOnikg. 

To llif mother of Wallwr of Ody- 
ham, a silror cup. 

To the wife of tho Into Peter de 
Codiiiton. 4Qs. 

To Robert de Creuker, unless other- 
wi«o aettlL-d with him, lOmka. 

To Saor de Uareourt", lOmks. 

To provide for two <laughters of 
T^rd' Stephen Chenduit, in mar- 
riage or olJienirise, SOmkn. If 
Iflsa will do, ths surplus to pro- 
ride similarly for other daugbtera. 

To Stepbea's Wife, 20iiLks. 

* A Badogatok* lutinc 

■ A nuMi ouintnonl; givmt in the BaulilTa Rolb uf the colbjjie to llw head bailiff cf 
a nutnor. Brauler wm a eJtief lauaor of tUe see orKocbuatcr. 
' 8« below, 'nie Mtata to be lold "In intwtdium terr» nactw." 

* PstlfiiditnmM, a cvfuiiiwn word fur Kruom. 

* On thia Mmtunl the ^avculor* pHid 32&«. to ■iity-fiTc' ]xtr»aiu on fourteen manori. 
** Ho clainii of GXccutora, lu ' ckrk'w cwuMUoni* qui InM i-uiu Kpo dufuiioto," 

38 inks., Uid out bj tli<- Itintinp'tnnlri'on thcdmrahof UMchcswarth,(iiearI>arkiaK?>. 

* All ncAcaarcoiini-rUon withO»neyKrewaTthramM'k.n«atreuf^henin(rlb«tradil40n 
tlant llw f<HincUr rvnd<-d tliorr daring bit acailoiuicaL vuiinu, tJiA »• Mldlnv io tba dog* 
ml tbe> Qflluiaa* W^kcu. (be Ownty CMum, the value of an eyo-witacMrg ileKriptioi. 
Src Vlow, " tbi! Oinqr miaMl to be re«lor«d." 

* Uf the WKCevLto nuiUy, wlio went meane lord* of Maldoa. 

* rnm wham he okt^uned the inniKir of Klbwortb Ilarcourt, LeicMtflnbire. 

' From whom, tu mttiic UfkI, )iu uljtuiuoil ttie tnanurs of Oaskam, Oann. Chrliniion, 
Bucks, and MldiUetoa Cliimey, (i. e. Clicnduit,) Nnrlhunta. Botli thvw lord* wvre, like 
a gnat nninberof tbo luulownera nt tlio cnil of Henry lliv Th'ird'i baronial wan, 
in fetw hoDdi of Jew moacy-leodcra. Th« coU^v vtill pommmm the acqwttanoMi from 



Documentw lituatrathv (ff 


H. To ike CvUt!^e. — To buy Isad iu irerpctuity, uuleas aveded "pro 
dffcueiouojurium," 1,000 ink*, (ro/v/c.) 

9. To Batingafoke Hoapitat. — To buy land, and no other purpofw, -150 mks. 
Far a chaplain pcrpolnnlly pclf>liniting thrre. tOO nikri. 

If purchase cannot bn niiidc in Tour yuirK, rollcge to tiikp the moTury, 
anil pay £20 unniinllj: to tiot^pilul ; ur if colk'ge deelino tho choqi^, 
to be fulrui^tcd tu so[uo n;ligiuu& liou^. 

10. %'he Holy Land. — Leaw of Wylht^nber^' to be sold, and proceed* 

Applied to Bending some good man "in subsidiam tfme BonctiB, pro 
me et wip«o." 

11. 2f^0 AVn^.— Hi* hwt Hilver cups and corfr, and pair of nilver diabe*. 

13. Other Single Beqaeain. — To T<ord Antony BL'k**, my best ring, and 

my liousefl at Saruni ; or if he declineo them, to my nephew WiU. 

de Kwell, who Bhall keep them up for Antony's a«v whonerer h« 

To tbe Lord John du Kirkcby, ■ gold ring, a mixct cup, and silw 

To Huster linger dc Seyton, a ria^, and his silrer Htoltella for almi. 
To tho Lord John de Kobbam, h ring, 
To Walter de Odyam, n •■ilver cup and two silvpr K:ultella>, 
To JIasttr William Ap Ewcll, hi« Jliblv {ynee A nik»,), with remainder 

to tlie Bcbolan?, and the muxpr ctiji at Sedgcfield. 
Also to Will., oiit of Xhc income of Scdgrfield, for each year sinee hu 

consecration. i;iOO, and to John dc In Clyve, nephew, £5, besides 

eilvi-r rewelfl. 
To Master Rpymiind, a silnT cup. 
To TUIph Riplyngham' (an cxrcutor), SOtnlts. 
To Abbot of Omey, tbc mitwnl In be TTfltnred. 
In ciL<e the estate should f;iil to pay all the aliore bequestfl, hia aist^n' 

fiuntUca, bis collc^, William Dudekyn, John and Walter Cook, were 

to hnvQ their portions in full. 
The rcnduo to b« applied " in salntem animie," at czceutors* diserDllon. 

Total bequeathed in money, £2,014 17s. Od. 
Articles valued .... 7tl 8s. 6d. 

Total . 

£2.7l'e Ss. 6d. 

the J«wt on hi/tog pdd oB* by t1ic Tiinndv, «1wm purw came to tlw ntief uf tho moH- 
nBon In these hra cs»«.sa Id the rase of the Watevilea, mesne tonli of MaUn^ the 
LeiOMters, lorda of Qamliiig.t}', anil the Fiti-KuMiie»,loTd«oftheOBinl>ri(lgemaaoT«. 

■ Prfnne itMnrib^ totn. ii. p. S^t. l'h« kinif, hr rDntcnn, olnimpd tti« i><lfr«7 sad 
cu-p of overjr bialiop deOMiod. fvce Clam. ItoU, 89 Hen. Ul.. in dorm, "De PalAido 

In Atijflin Sue, i. p. 88, (hn ardibUhofi in *iii<l tn hm-n right to tl>(> pOfrev, mp, *e*iM, 
ami Auf* of a bUhtui of RochMtci*, und tin- kiiiu: vnlj hy yii«nc,T of llio nrcubitlioprie. 

' Anitfiiy and Tlioniiu, soiia of the Baron IVk. nf lirimithATp. l.liK»ln>liirc, were 
rotident in n Imow (on thesiu- i>r thi' cdIIckp) b(jii(;}it by Dir ruumler in l^itifiof » Jew, 
who iMTgBinnl fur tlimr tieiii^ olloo'M to r^moiii ffn thi*e y«irf. They «ew> rcceWii^ 
tlieir aoMtfitiimt t-dtication, and nvre prob.ilih FalK>n u ccrainonen Into tlie new home 
of ■choJant. .'^nUmjr iw«ii» to htive woii the fuuiidcr** fiivoar. Hs himiiic B»hop 
of Durhim 128^) — inil.and Pntrinroh of JanualflEii. He ww eoamonly known ns the 

■ CbI)^ OiudcTolwiritiA in thr l.'onip. Kxer., where he chunu 40i. for a bono tliat 
tiled at the f^uieral, aud for makbig the tDvanter^. 


fW/rtV.— Thursdii; before feast of SS. Simon and Judc, 1277, (on tiio 
evo of which fi-uat ho died.) 

The ptoiiglii^ on tn-o t'i>u<<:opal luanora to go vith tho tco. 

Ralph, Ttcar of Oroenwicb, added to his oxocalurs. 

ncqiic^u to legatocfl deccasod to go to ttmir fi-ieade. 

Residue to ihc college. 

"Warden Ft-ter do Al^indon was appointed auditor, [rrobohljr as rcnre- 
Knting the college, tlw lurgcst legatee, aiid lus largest crcuitor. The 
exccutoni' iiccounU wrv audited in thu vfaupul of the cbmjwry of St, 
Paiil*«, I^odon, but not till -Ij yvait wUer tlie (Uvcjieo', May, 1283. Tho 
prupcrty in both proTiiiccs, f'niiturbury and York, wM brouj;)it to onQ 
account. Amongst the executors' pujmcntB worth noting oocar : — 

" T. marc M'». Martino rhyi'ico pro Miliino ruo i»er mulLum t«iup. el 
pro laborc sno de London tiwj. Sol<>hyl, aiile obitum epi. 

r" V*. viid. Hon. Ac U More Auriiubro pro eonfectione annnlonim et 
mnicione Cypbonim." 


EXTUors TBou TUB coRoxicosr or inoxAs wtees, cjlvoe or oshit, 


"A". 1274, DominuB Waiter do Mcrton cotisofratiid est in cpisoopam 
Rofftusem; vjr niognilicus ct secuJarisi sapicntio uduiodum truditus: hie 
ocmpor Mt, viriB religioais super omnia in Ruin negotiis promorendis, 
promptissimuB adjutor et promotor. 

'■Eodem anno, [anno 1277,] in viprilia apoctnlorum Symonis ct Judo, 
obiit Wullerus du Alerlon, i-jjiscopus UoffcuBiE, de cujua moribus quidam 
»-entitiwitur dijiit, [himwlf probably] : — 

I "Prctul WiillcTUK Ko(fL-iui« ponlifioli 

I Ciilmlnc •inwTTw, virtut* mIc«nM ipcclnll, 

I Qui tic M(7Uina ^-nlptri ni'nro vocntiu, 

I CnjiM fain* Ik^ih, kthIii* onjK-r <niiiiiii entt-iu, 

^^^^^^_ Fidiu ID Klluuuiu, Jutcut, MTtnunc moiWltu^ 

^^^^^H Oautui coDBUloi, CBjtua, loaulis, houMtut. 

^^^^^^ Dilesit d<viim, gratia tribucns allmmliiDi : 

^^^^^^B Pro )jno W)i,UcTiiin WmiMltcit tHmia otiLiicntiim. 

^^^^^^^ Oxoiiid •iiidnmi pat pnm quasi (tbintutii vpn»t, 

^^^^^H Confent aiudliiini «ihi Kti ijiii enncU gnbcmM." 


mi; nrDioBRB. 

IthtubMn fniind nrr^oasary, in deference to other matter, to postpono 
thiti document till next month. 

* Bttll wen not mrnplftc. In Madnx'n " Endicqiicr,'* c. 2. x. tlio E«rl Marslul 
(Kwn- IIJ)^nt) aclninwImlEPil liiit da-bl ofCW to Uw bishop of Kfichettto-'i iatH:aton. 
. in ScMxmrw. 17 &dy. I. ■ka. 1260. 


hero? Tbc fodiultf ilied Mmowhcn not fkr ftom Bocli«eter. 

Oeim. Mao. Vol. CCV, 



TuE remarkable event of Oic prciwnco of the Queen of Eaglaud at the 
fonnnl coiuplt;tion of llie ini^lity works, both of tafety and of defence, that 
ba%'« no long been progreuhig at Cherbourg, nill b« duly rccunJcil in 
•tifiicietit detail in our Honthly iDtelligeitcer ; and we havu no intention 
of here entering upon the question, Intely so hoUy canvMwd, whether 
these work! hive rendered our ineular poeiLion so little secure that we musf 
Deeds at once aet about multiplying our 

" Bulwarki, fend ttmren olofig the Bteepi." 

We do not belierc Lbis, by the bye; but leaving Ibow who do to enjo 
their own opinion, yre would rather iavite the readers of tlie Grntlb9U»' 
Maoazixk Io go farther back than is done in ibc current liters' 
tuie ol' thu day, and to consider tlie ctmntxion of the grim old Norman sea- 
port with our tilslory in tiniL'S whi-n it was not the fashion to affect to fear 
an invasion. 

For tbiB reason we do not dwell on the a«peot at this day of the ne 
Cron*t«dl, Sebnstopol, and Liveqmol all in one, — Ub Breakwater, that 
" PynuuiLl in the Bca." but with appliances in the shnpc of forU and guna 
Olid iiglithoiwe, such as Cheops or Ccphrcncs ne*cr dreamt of — the r<irt», 
both military and commeTciid. (thi* lattci- the " I..iVe Marts" of the founder 
of the Kmpirc")— orof the forU Pcli-t;, and Qucrqup%-illc. and Central and 
Hornet, and a dozen more, of whofic 3,000 iruns wc have beard so much; 
nor yet of ibc Hotel dc Villc. aacribed to Williara ihc Bastard, nor of ihs 
Abbey, fniinded hy his grand .daughlt-r the Emprcas Maud, nor of tlie villaee 
Ciiftntt-rcy, where she landed a shipwrecked fugitive'', or even of the old 
N'orltirtK-n'N intrcnchment at Hsguedic; wc intend to confine oursclveB to 
Cherbourg' in its conDcxion with English history. 

The peninsular dialricl callc;d CoiL'niin, wliicb if the western part of 
Normandy, projectn far into Lhu EngUtshClianoel. having on its eastern aide 
the bay of Calvndos. which sirelchcs to the mouth of the Seine, and on the 
west the Channel Islands. At its eaBtem extremity is Cnpc Barfleur, nearly 
oppo§ite to tht! ituiiLbtim point of the lelc of Wight, and at its wealeru. 
Cape de la Hague, l-w-u-dmi St. Albnu'a Head iu Doraelahire. About 
midway between the two capes is Cape Levi, and «even mites westward we 
6nd a crc»cen I -shaped bay, with a broad level plain on the ca«l, and a lint 
ot'hilU on the notith and wrKt, which riw; into lofty cUtrK as ihey approach 
ihc flca. Tn the hollow of thia bay, which is four miles ai^roMi, by two 
deep. stamU Cherbourg, built, according to one tradition (like so many 
other places on both shores of the Chtuincl.) by Jiilitin Cw^ar, and there- 
fore called C^taris Burgua, the transition from which to Cherbourg is easy 
enough. U is true that the churches of ibc neighbouring villngeB ijf 
Tollevust and Carnevillc are of what is ordinarily considered Kuman arcbi- 
lecture, or at least Roman materials, but this can hardly be thoui^ht a 

I have my Fymmid in 
tli« wa — I will liavR my Lake Moitm aUo-" 

* " CiamUi, nyw*," wan tho Mcliunativn of Kimo l^ns nmriner a* sLe tuut^bvd the 
shore i sbs did at once " ung a aong nato the Lord," and oftcrwanb foundod tbo tMiej 
io IblBlucot of bcr vew. 


t will n>i)t<a(!u(« at niorboinv the wnndov Of Bgypt. 
4 — I will liavR my Lake Man-m aUo-" 

18j8.] Oierbovrg, in connexion utUh EnyUsh Ifuloiy. 23') 

ftufficicDt ^ouncl for aacriliing the Ldwii to tbe great conqueror of Guul. 
puriiculsrly ae he in&krs no menbon in hii GomnienUtries of having himtieir 

Eeu4.'Lntt'>d inio ihe country of the L'nclli; he merely «aya that P. CnMus 
ron^ht thctn and other tribes of oortfa*westem Craul under the dominion 
of Itoote *. 

Another tradition (and we must cile tiucti. for nothing appears to bo cer- 
tainly known.) deccribes William the Yunnan, if not as ihe foundt^r of 
CberbooDK, atIeastiulbvbuilderofi(6ca«tle, and exclaiming irith piide,'' I,e 
cbaetel est iin cker boury pour moi;" hence antUlicr ilrrivalign of the nnmc. 
Ceiiain it in, thnt ihrrv wu a ca*U« tK-ra in the lime ur bin Miit Ilnnty I., 
as we rttad tliat Koberl de Ueleamc, tlie turbulent ex-earl orShre\v>btii-y, 
was confined in it after bis seizure at Bonni^Tillc in 1112; and near n 
century later Cherbourg^ is mentioned as one of the plaeci in which Anhtir 
I of Bnlnnny was iinpri»oiied. Tbia tnuat be the la-<<t ctent in he notiet-d in 
rihe time of its early connexion with England, as the whole province of 
|>'orni3iidy was Ter^r aoon after re-annexcd to Prance by lbs fartunats 
l*bili]i{H- Auzuate. 

Tlie htstoriaiiH of Unrfleur, a well-known faaven at the oliier eitrcmiiy of 
Ihfl Coteulin, deny to Cherbourg tbe possession of a port in (be middle 
■gW. and it mu»t be allowed that its name is not often met with. Yet we 
nay presume that it furuisbcd its cuntiiifjvnl to the Beet which in 1293 
I baa ao de«pentc on engagement at iit. Mab^, in liritanny, with tbe navy 
(of tbe Cinque Porta*, and in 1*295 it is expressly mentioned as being 
[•arkml by tbe men of Yarmouth. lnde«d there cati be little doubt that 
U both iiidul^d in, and aiifTcrcd by, the piraticxl warfare tiiat was carried 
on, in Uie tliirlecntb, foiirteentb, and Bnecnlii rj:ntunea, hy tbe Knglith on 
the OJte aide, and the Koi-mans, Bretons, Bi-^caj^na, and Soots on the 
Other. wboUy regardless wbelbnr there waa a nominal peace belwern tbeir 
rtapcclirc runntries or not. 'Hie remark uf Matthew of Weetminflter. in 
apemkinj; of tlic ravage of the coact of France in X'iS-l, ia fully npplirnhle 
tu the wbcJe period : — " There was,*' he says, " no king regarded by the 
niariiK-rs. nor any law imposed, but whatever any one could plunder, that 
be called hit own." 

In the midst of this tumultuous period, however, we find an attempt ot 
least at peaceful trade, but which in itself i« a Mrong proof of how stmiif^ly 
tu our ptcwrnt notion>( war and peace were then mixed up. IaiiiIs IX. 
I {^ranted tu the {HMple uf CherWiir^ iwniiissiun tu inule with Ireland, though 
he ml^ht himftelf be at war with the Knglivh king; and it ia worthy of re- 
mark that a rery aimilar grant is to be found in the cbartcra of acverol of 
the Irttili aeaporta as re^rds trade beyontl sea*. 

Bui tbe events of the hiatory of Cherbourif in which TCngland has been 
concerned hare been all warlike. When Edward III. invaded France, in 
13'l(i, he landfid in ihu Cotenlin, and Ibc licet that accompanied hii> muve- 
[ioenti Backed Cherbourg and other town», carrying away the whole popu- 
ion. The town wa# thus is a state of di-solation when, in 13&4, King 

* Cmu ii» Situ Q»IL, Ub. il. & St. 
' &•« tikc aloi^, togetba wilb ihe ciutjan of Kdw«rd I. to l\tru in oonsM)iMnra, In 

I lUUWw or WMljotaatNT, tmb •mmw. 

* t^ lAri JTAfTpAv, Part I. (ParUamcntary R(«Mter>, p. S4, Ar an alwtract of a 
' t' T w Iste M UwtinM of E]taHl>cth (Nm. 16. l&7n;i. ail.^vFing 

iralBc oHh fnn-lgtun hihI alniiigtfn, nnil tUc t|iUH'ir* ■-■no* 
„,, J, ;.,,,, ,..r tin' bcoofil of tbe rity." If w jmloiu » ipwefTniK.iit «j 
' KUabatb omld allQW thut wt may cuity WUeva that it woaU aol be oljoetml 
I SliBl^eneta. 

236 Cfierbourff, i» connej^ion wttfi Engliah IliMton/. [Sept. 

John of France ceded it In his soD^in-lsw. Chctrlcs Ihc Bui. of Navurre. 
That ptrince, who has justly caniet] llic epjlhct of one of the most detest- 
able cbuitctcrs in histon-, po!uM>ii«ed lalciitti equal to hii> wkkeOnKrs. and 
he itt onoe set about improving liis acquisition. Uc trreatly increaaed the 
number of its inbabit»cil!>, and be granted them vxtritordiuary niuiiiciiia) 
piivilvges; bo re-cdiBvd Lhe town, but, above all. liu »lrongly fortified it, 
and hti lonj; ni-^tiaied about selling il to England, for a sum of money ia 
hand, and RfiN»utnce in bis dc:<igns ua Uie duchy of Brilauny. and ultimately 
oa ibe crown of France. At last the bargnin wu concimled, btil Clinrles, 
treaclnrnmit himself, Buspccled trcacb*-ry in others, and iiinated that a larjfe 
pv>rliuii of lite ^rriBon ifhuidd he his own Navarreac troop*. 

Knglaiid ihua once mure came into potscsMon of Cherboun;; and the 
city of Bieat waa in like manner put into lh«ir hands by the dnki: of 
Riitanny. Theae two cities, with Bordeaux atid Calais, were now (1378) 
iilinost their snle atrongholds^ but they were so admirably rituated that 
Ihi-y wcif thu kpyB of the great provinces of Flcardy and Normandy, and 
Biilanny and Guicnnc, and they offered an ercr-ready mentis of acccHS to 
the very heart of France. They were, too, strongly fortified, after the 
manner of tJie nge, and as an ahnofit ceaaeless wur was carried on under 
their walls, they are the scciiB of very many of tliow picturesque tales aud 
lively incidents that reader tbe pages of Fruissart so allraclive. AU were, 
of course, garmoncd by tbe picked soldiers of the timeB, and these seem 
to have eutertiiined »o mean an opinion of the coemy, that while Thoinaa 
of Woudstock ^in 1380) murdicd fmm Calni» into Hritaiiny wiUiOiil oppo- 
ailion, hia eMi;r broth*;r, Juhu of trnuiiL, had perfi^rmcd the still bolder 
exploit, seven years before, of a " mihlary promenade" from Calais to Bor- 
deaux, which occupied him nearly six months, during which the French 
never once ventured to di»pnte his passage, but contented tlietascK'es witb 
hanging on his rear to cut off straggleia. It was not at all nncommoa 
either for llic garriaona of Brest and Cherbourg to hasten to each other's 
aid when cither woe pressed, and when the emergency was over, to fight 
their way back, uttnally laden with spoil and prisoners. 

The pos9csxion of these important fortres&es, and the facility they gave 
for invasion of France whenever deemed advienblu, reconciled the ptiuplv 
nut uuly to the heavy expenses of maintaining thcm^, but also to tha 

, Eiu'b, iif ronrw, hul • Kurrtiunding dislviet, or "nunh^f* which «-m laige In fine 
vniui of Konlmux, liii nuibII in tbe others. 

c Tu iiltviDpt to cuunicralc wot the thitJ of tbMu wimli] bn ia wt dawn nlratMt ovsry 
viniurnt nwiii' of tin- ruurU«iitli fcmturv ; John of Qaunt, tho Purcii* (" oiy fallier, 
and m; uncLo, and m^mlt")^ i\u} Nevilles, Sir \VaIu*r Manny, lilr Hn^b Catverli^, tlis 
earl of Arundel, Micliact dc 1ft I'nt^ idi Mrvrd in Ibcin, and as all we're wuixjrl tuwns, 
fVi*i{iii?iiUy diKtingiiiiJicd lhRiii>etv4.i> uHiMt lu wrll ui wkoiv. The ilH*tiinf{ <'ii}tl<iit of 
oneof tlioin, Jtir lliorna* IVrojr (iilli:r«urdj •■arl vf WurcvvUT), i« wv]i worlliy of iiocico 
amidtt a hunt of ]in>dlj^« of raUxir. He wu. ai admiral for tlio nnncc. rondnrCing a 
body of kni^hti and in«<n-At-arnu to Brilannv, wbcn hi* Hbip wwi wi b>lt<n'd by a 
■torni, tiiat h<> t«ii it RfcMwuirjr to throw nvvrbonrd all the hnntM «nd nnooiir niid inuat 
of tlM arma to li^htvti tbu VMseL ^Vl1ik• in tlii* i-rt)i]ik-d «tnU.< bo vaa uRuled b,r a 
contmratlvcly lio^ SpanUl ship, btlt, nutliiiij; dauntcil. he nmlml nn boani will) th'ote 
of hw ntcn who bud vmpom^ and tApturi.l bis u|>puii«Dt, wlrich, boinft rirJily laden, bjr 
Its wis finaUvd hitn to at-m and nionnt bU i<uiurad«ii trim better tluu thoy had boao 
bctbra, and at Ibeir bnul h* ndl mauiUihinl his anciout r«nown. 

^ Tbe sarriiiw of Brvst, it tttnma, oort £1,000 a-vMr (■> nixwcdings and Ordbuuuca 
of tlie Ptiv; Conncil.'' tdI. i. p. 13). and that of CaluU ncnrly thnv times m nncb t 
Cherbourg and Bordcatu oonid hardly be loM cspciuivv ) iLiu w« have a fetal of 
£8,000 per atataa, ^^^^ ^ ocrtaiulj niore lliau flUVMU now. 

L . 

<] Cherbmirg, in connexion with Eugtish Uistory, 237 

iw«« wliieh liw French oceiwimniiHy commilled on ll>e southern coast of 

ngliutd, wberi-- in the «i»rl)' pari of the tti^ i>f Kiihanl II. their j{alWy« 

cm to hive ranged almost at will until diocked by Utc vnhmtnry vS»T\m 

'oX aneli meu as the London iildcrinan Philpot: and it waa therefore with 

extreuM di^pleaaure that the nation r«innrkei) the evident wish of the king 

irivo thrni up. It was nenrlj- ten yean" after cm he could carry his in- 

iliona into c^ect ; but u i-»r1y aa l."^?, when Richard*» favourite, the 

^ukt- of Iri'land, wa« ptil lo Bii,'lil by ihc diikc of Glomrcmcr. a letter waa 

(livcDvercJ from the Fiviich kint^ Mhk-h fpukc of hi« expeclatiun of receir- 

ing* back Cherliourg and Cnlaifi Iroiu hi» gucrct friend, though nominal 

enetnjr. Richard, unfurtuiiatcly lor himself, did not change \uf policy, he 

"btdcd hi« tinitf ;" and when his queen died, he at once sought tiie 

Jid of a i^rinccM of France, beiti;; quite pr^-pareil. it vfotihl K«nt. lo gi*«i 

nol only Cherhuur^ aad Drtsi, but the Channel Islands and Calata alito. 

rbourij he did sUrrendfr, while the marria^fC treaty wan in prugreM, 

Ircsl tihortly aFtt'ri, Tho garritona returned to England, bitterly com- 

iin^'' of (heir dismiitMl; and the discontent thus occasioned, while it 

k-tiially prevented the ceesinn of the other poAta, encouraged the duke 

Uloiicvstcr to recommcnco thv intri[^cs, the immediate conBei|UPnce of 

rhioh wiu hifl own death in a few months, soon lu be followed by tlic fail 

" Ihi- king^ aitd the cslabliahment of tlie ILou«c of Lancaxter on the throne. 

Fr«ncb historiaus are all hut unanimous in ascribing Richard's unhappy 

to bta mnrrtagv and cousetiuciil surrender of ('hvrbuurg and IJretL 

\k writer of C'Aronurjut.' drla 'irtittonet Mori lie Uiehart Deiuc &oj/ Den- 

ilmlnrre (publiithed by the Entjli»h Historical Society, lt^4(i). gives an ac* 

it or lh« return of the gan ison of Brest, which is well worth quotation 

the tianalatiou of Mr. Williams) : — 

*■ Kltii.- Ridwrd rcriond the city and cattle of Brcist ia the doke of Brilamiy in 

tuva h<iiiilr«(l fmncar* and tixtepn ; »nd »'h«n tbci iliikv hsd rcvvttcd the 

'.ttrt-nl >Qt nnd lUunUMd all tbii wldient n-ho yierv ttuToin ; and opoa the 

■ ■ m Kn^IajMi, \Xinn hi^n th<' it'irUioiM bctwMn the king and kts 

' ■■tli'T, tU)! tarl uf Aruuiti-I. niul many nthiY lord*. 

...-ifT.i-.l tittt King ItWhnrd beld a rwul at U>»tia'io««r, wlion be di>. 

tUi Intoitiaa of going to BrbtoL And slnitway at this feast arrived the luld 

I wlv ^-.x^ I" 111 Drat for tlw kiiifc. wlio wen- r^^cvivi^ %t dinner in tbr king's 

r TCj> tftvi and tho king had tukon irin* and omnHU, tho tluka 

■t- ' 1 i iin kinir. ' Hy lord, liarr ypv not nnnarkeJ at Uinucr our eumpa- 

ItkbttiuUrvr' Tlu' klti^ r^iiid, ' (tood andr, what Mni[MUiiaii« <Ia j:mi nicuu?' 

V ailil Un itiikc, 'Ihoy are ;odt p«ufi)a «Im> mrc come trcaa Brvst, wliu Imra 

1 lit have been badl^ |<aIdV and know not what t4> take to.' And 

•lionld ha paid in full ; and, in fact, OOQUnandcd that four i^aod 

< uliuutd hf ipren Op to lttt.'n>, llut thojr might tbcru lirtT at hta 

'7 receivxt their doe. llini rvpIlMl the dnko of Glonowtar vnry 
i uuiilit tn\. Ui haaard your UPe in capltmog n eilj> from ynar coewiM, 
fuFi-v, before yon tkink of giving up or MeUintf sny dty which 
^^ K* uf fingbnd, hate gaiiml or ocinqiiaiW.' Tu wliieh the kii^ 

sii«ncj'vd vaj *i.uniI'uU)'. ' WbM b U that ym) lay V The dak« hU onclg llieii re- 

> Hki ordar for the nRonder of Cherbeiirg ia dated Oct. 27. ia&6 (Itol. Kmnr. 20 

tr.>. uik) the royal nuvrtaga was oe1ri>rated on tho 8lK of the Muno mnnt)). 'Dm 

I <• lonvnilar of Bniit bear* data April 7, 1397. but •« there waa amae dalay 

. ifrnt >'< iltr ftiftnttti^ ninsaiD, it was not giv4>n up nnlil the IStli of Juno. 

' TigKah gairiaim, ■> tlut tbo Kftw wn am abont to 

■<<tanr, probacy ue^ram-d rcry thortly iitU-r. 
A aiijiw toacBMi at h«M. wu And in tbo Itolli of Par- 
liduird II. (188L)a eouqilidiit that tlir wagMof the gar- 
iiirlMHirg wMe then swae Ave uxxitha in atroar- 

238 Chetbonrg, in connexion with English History. [Sept. 

peul«J wliwt ke had befrm muA. Upon which tfa» ktBf^ wm very wntli, utd mid to 
llie diiko,' Doj-on think thiit I uni » mcrclijint or > ti«itar,tbat I wi*h Ui wU tnyUnd? 
By St. John Baptift, do, no ; but it If n fwi tluit our cmuio of BriUtiny hai n-elvrtU, 
kntl well and truljr p«id lu tlic <iDin which ixir uinators bad lent liini on the rity of 
Btvit ; uul, Mncr he b» boiirrtW [uiil ui, it is uoly jiMt be ahanld harr Ins plMja 
Iw^k ■K><a-' Tbu* be^n the (irum.-) Ix-twiva tlie ki^t sad the d«k» of Gkw iiw i tW i 
It ia tnu that lb«r pait^d poliuly And with ciTil wot^ tm the; wen boood to do{ 
but tlioir dbtrort wu bj nu uuaji* tb« Ism beeuue Uwj aepu«t«d with (.-iril wocdB 
bpfbr* tb0 p«opl«i und tUe mbtrvit cwittoiud batw««ii t]M king nnd the dokvtif 
Qloanxl«r wiUiont an,r more difpniet ontn a abort tins BAcrwirdi; Mid tha; ocn* 
tina<d U> i^iTc r«cl) other ■ nril rMiqitifin, bnt trttb a had will, lu ia too nttcb the 0MB 
wiCb iltie duko and nMiif othvn of lli« kiii|[dinn of En^^aDil." 

We mny here clotte tins p»per, as, though Cherbourg has be«n wveral 
limea since connected with KngUfth aJTiurs, it has not u yet exercised any 
impurtaiit iii8uencc oa tbom. It wu cnptuivd in I41S along with tb« 
otiier Norman tuwns hy Henry V., and was loat in \AM, being one of the 
lut places in ibe province that surrendered to Charles VI. In 1692 
several of the Freoch ships fleeing from the battle at La Hogue sought 
shelter at Chcrboui^, but were burnt by the boats from tbc Kn^litih fleet. 
Two years later the place, like moot others on the coasts or nritanny and 
Normandy, was bombarded liy Bciibow, and LouU XJV. then commenced 
the gigantic works which hoTe just been completed. Their progress waa 
necessarily slow, and much thai had been done was destroyed when Ifao 
town was oipttired. jiitit one hundred years ago (Aug. G, t7S8), by a fleet 
and land Turce commanded by Commuduro Uowc. About thirty veenela 
and two hundred pieces of ordnance were dcatruyed. and tn-cuiy brasa 
guns were brought tu England, and triumphantly paraded through Loadtm 
to the Tower'. The damnpe done wan alowly repaired, and the works 
went on, both under the old Monarchy and the new Empire, and they were 
led unmolested during the lon^ war of the French Revolution ; the whole 
French coaitt bein^ blockaded, it was probably thought unnecessary to 
attack unfinished furtn and sea-walls ; the forty years* peace has, aa we see, 
but just sufficed to bring them to a conclusion. They arc, no doubt, a 
great Addition to the maritime power of France, but, if the worst should 
come to the woret, niid an invading flotilla should sail (or rather steam) 
thence to our shoren, we should not despair of the Rqinblic — we shoula 
still rely on our wooden walls, and hate no Jot of our belief, that 

" Tliit l-jylniid never did. nnr ever aball, 
Lii^ 0.1 \\ui prviuil t'LHlt i>f a cixiqawor. 
Until iJie llfut madu BhipwT«ck of hsnelf^ 

and such a t-hipwrcck we do not apprehend, even in this commercial, peace* j 
at-any-price nineteenth century. 


' Tldapandehiu been blainnl as a pieco of vab-f^lory on the part of the ffovtmmrnt 
of the day, bat it wm dntititt«iM very accept4kl>l« in ihu iinnpUi u a [iract^ad auxwcr to 
tlui throKta of uinuion t3ist had becu long buld ant bjr rrauea. 



liiit History of the French RcvnliilMin, Mr. Carlyle has pointed out 
lie HUikiiig c'jnLnut Ijolneen two royal progrL'stcs in Mnric-ADtuinflllti'g 
'Je — between Ihc prt^TPM of ibc *• bcnaiilul ArcliduchcM nnt] I>uupbinen 
lultiin^c ber motlier's city iLt tlie iLf^e of lifleea, towarxlA hopes such at- no 
tb«r flau^hlcr of Krelheu ha<l."aiid thatof lbe.**woni, discrowiitMl widow 
^f tbirly-riiclit.^ay before her time." u.boand on a curt, sho passed throiigL 
tgry mati iutuhiun crowds towaidv her pUce of rxceulioii. A fitter con- 
to thi» last |iroce»ition miifhl, w« think, Ik fniiiiil iii the circiiiiuiUiiC«)l 
>f llie tint entry of the Dauphin and the IJaiiphineaft, three yeai* afler &he 
Inil entered France, into Ihfir good city of Paris. Taken sJtogctlier, the 
day of tbU ceremooy— on wliich tltt wu J*i^}/ x^'A noi«f. amijoif. and 
ghry — wag probaltly tJte happiest AS well as the moiL iritimphant one in 
Alarie-AntoiiieUc's career. The succession of delighia tnloxicatcd her. 
The market-womea brought tlicir offering of flowers and fruit; llie 
Kbulars of the college of Montagu recited verses in her praise ; the arch- 
biofaop welcomed her with sacred music iii the old church of Notre-Dame \ 
sod lUe iHKtpIc evL-r^'whefc received her with enthusiastic shouts of joy. 
lyheti she dcsceuded, leuning on her husband's anu, into the garden of the 
I'uilerie^, the Tast muhitude who tilled it clapped their bands, and cast 
Iwir h»t« into the air, and crowded round her with spplauie and Ueftsings. 
Lnd when, aflcrwnrds, she looked down from the jfallery of the i>alxce on 
sea of human forms below, tliere was truth in tiie saying of tJte old 
Duke de Brissac — " Madam, you have Uiere before your eyes two hundred 
nd persons in love with you." 
passton for popularity was the Inunediate, and, aocordtn^ to the 
lioni uf the volume now before us. the unavoidable eoosequenco of tlie 
tificttlion which the Uniiphiness had found in this unbounded and 
unanimous bomaife uf the iuliabitatils uf Paris. Tlic beautiful illuHon. we 
are toM. of finding her own happiness in Uic love of the |>ei.>ple, took pD9> 
Masion of her. She htgan to seek the ncclunistiona which had given her 
so much deltifhl. Catting ofl* the conventional decorum of her rank, she 
minf(lrd ftt-ely with the jiopuljiee, pniticipntcd in tlieir pleasures, and 
added lothem by her own uncoiilroUnblv enjoyment. In the park mid t^rdcna 
of Saint-Cloud she walked amongst tlie »igbt't«oing crowd, aud juined in 
Iheir amusement ; she strolled along the fair, laughing, playing, bnying, 
and being overburdi;i»ed %titli petitions ; and she tttood with the niiiltilude 
looking oo the dance, and begging that her piesencc might not interrupt 
the joy. The tSerx of this condcKension and these indiijations of a fellow. 
Eseling from a princess so young and beaulifnl may ea«Iy be imagined. 
** What praises," say our author**. " were in all mouths, what love througliouL 
the kingdom for that clicrisbed Oauphiness, wlio was in thia mamier per- 
bming the mtraote of reuniting Versailles lo France !" 

NercrthalcBs, in spite of the rose-coloured represenlaUoni of MU. ile 
Ooncourt, lltero is, even in (heir own pages, abundant proof that Unric- 
Antuwcltesoou learned to find her happiness in suuicthing very difletcnt from 
tbe lore o( Uis people. Whatever may tiave been the influence of |>ohlJcxl 

" JBiiMw df MtfuAnUnrnttt, fur S4mo»d H JiUf dt Omevwt. (EVvis ■. Didut) 






unwortliT in tlieir exquieite gmce or her wliose pUce was at the head of 

ai'wt brilliant European court. What the occupnlions nnit amusements 

Ihio courtly nrck- mainly wanted vhm a moral puqinm. Thvre wax 

lothtnif 'lii;ntlitrii about Ihem, nothing noble, nothing virtuous ; nolhinfi 

lut a thin veil of elegance tn hidt^ the i{n)H*ne«i« of llie twlf-inilulijetice 

hit^h prrvaded ihcm. If bt^inio:, with ila wondf-rlul endowmeiila, had been 

i*en for indiil|fcace in our Bclfi»h pleasure* Bolcly. this mode of life at the 

riannn would hare been a perfect one ; but in a kingdom which nlrrady 

U the evilA of its mi 9goT eminent to be iniolertblr, it conld hardlr fail to 

ireiul ahniad lhrnt)i,'liuiit the Rtinny l»n<I the conviction of one of our 

giwh writers, that the Quern, "devoted to the licetilious pleasures of a 

looked both from rdncation and habit, on the homely comforitt of the 

with di«guBt or iiidifTercnce, and regarded Uie distre«B and poverty 

:;h stood iti the %ray of bei dit^sipation with incredulity or loathing." 

Iliere were two tian»aclioiu) nthich had in an especial degree the effect 

if exa»p«ating the ill-feeling wiih which the Queen had cpnic in time to 

L' n-gardfd by tli« peuple. In the CJUw of one of these, the ufTair of Iho 

ixnuiid necklace, of which MM. de Goncourt have given a piulictilar 

ftccuunt, it ia clear that Mai le-Anloincttc waa accused aiid cot>demned by 

|K>pular opinion, not on account of any evidence of her complicity in the 

conspiracy to defraud the jewellers, but solely on account of an antecedent 

diness m (he miii<)n of a vast number of tier xtthjccts to believe in any 

«il that might be stiimised against her. The great guilt of the transaction 

h safely enough assigned now to the skilful roguci^' of the Countess dc la 

Motie; but the widespread conviction at the time of the Queen's partici. 

gilion in the Arrangements by which the diamonds had been got from 
oebmer. and the clamorous rejoicings of the public at the oomptetc ac- 
quittal of the Cardinal de Ruhan, who had supposed himself to be an agent 
tn the business by her Majesty's desiro, told audibly enough how grieToualy 
lb« Qu««n, whiUt Htill gloiying in the prime and i^iidc of her enchanting 
ace and beauty, had lallnu in the love and reverence of the people, and 
iW in mikkinif their wcil-hcing the seed-bud of her own happiness. It 
traa, according to ilil. de Goncourl, a bort of dcuperati' yearning to re< 
cover thin affection of her subjectx, by going ami>ng«t Ih^m again in the 
bmiliar wny that bad dehghted them biefore, and again joining henrlity in 
all ttieir holiday -amusemei I tn. that was her Majeaty's real impul»c in the 
purc)ia*c of S.iint-Cloud. " Did not the echo of the gardens," it is asked, 
"still prcAL-rve the scclamationsof the crowd, the sound of her hanpinesa and 
glory?" Alas! the hungry and ungrateful crowd, chilled and well-nigh 
crushcil by the terrible eslravsgnnce of intenening years, only mw in the 
cnonaoua coat of this new flcqui»iliun a new burden 1o be added to their 
woes. Kven the townspeople, x«ho were compelled to BecgmRKxbte tlioM 
Ibllowera of the court whom the palace was not sufHciently large to lodge, 
were thankless enough to murmur against the Queen; and along lh« high> 
r>»ad Iho people called out to one another. " We are going lo Saint-Cloud 
to see the water-works and the Austrian woman." 

But the last sands of that Auttrian Koman'a lime of triumph wer« 
running down, and her trials were beginning tu draw near. All her policy 
in gtiteniment. all Iter clianges of miuivters, came at last to that inevilsbta 
veling of the Hlalaa-OeDeml which wag " the beginning of the end "^ 
the true era," as it has been well called, "of the birth of the peonle." 
owever il may have been with the aunts of Louis Ibu Sixteenth, with his 
liera. triM 000 exetiplioa, and their witea, with the princes of the blood, 
Okxt. iUo. Vol CCV. 1 i 



wMi ill* hiah nobility of Fninr«', nnd wiih •!! itic t'ow" <*f Kuropp. i*l 
acconliiig tt) on oMo but incrrdible chnplrr nf MM, tic tlaoconr)** H'-'..r 
, 1»*re nil. on cltH<Tciit iliMcpMlaMt* i^rmimU. lio*lile Im ft loiflT 
.'Cnlnlf Quewii, il is inili-pulublo rimui;!! ikat, l(et»i-«n that <^-i. . 
[ticn|il» who were cnllfrf into politicn) eiistenec hj- tlie niii:Ki_- A \i 
Rtitttf!>-G(Mier&l, th« di»ininutt frrlinf? wnit. on hn itdr- ^'' 
Kntl on theint an indijrnaTit s«nR« of trrong:. Bnl. b' 
of lifr qiteertly tlniion, Mariff-AnioineUe liad nl lltB wmir unit' tnr- mi 
Borrnw» of a moihrr to emliir^. A jnrar Wfore. Mie h«d loel ft i~ 
BHfi now file tiAil a Daii|)hin ilyine day-hr-dar. his bfautj' and Us sC 
B»i>i)i'(l by lin^criii^ diI<'.'aM^, WhiisL l}ic Third EstKtv wu Rill llr 
for ihtf union of orders, the pM>r boy died — escaping, probably, by" 
untimely de»lb. t)ic ivorse nfflicliuns tlint befell w nutuy of hia race. 

The Diu«t interi»iiiiig piTlion of MM. de Guncoiiit's vi>lurei« ia tls 
wl.ifli carrirx on ihi-ir history of Oi« Qu^cn from lh«- (.-oHmKnirrmenl of II 
lUruhilion to lh« ]i«ritHl of bur dvalli. Written in a tune of r.-itiui^tnst ir nC 
Riintiim ufeverythiiiif iihe Ihoiiifht, or said, or did, and i^noiiui,' &ltui|[i^ll 
All rii'btii niid iittei-eMa but bcra. it is of courae of no »aluc aa a btaEutv 
Ihc Hcvolulion. flithoiieh i( is written ably, and ia richly iIotm) witli pftrl 
culnrs both of the hi>ri>i<; K))i(ii of rv>ii«tniicp nnd Ihe Mill mocv bar 
eonntire in t-ndutance whit-b dlgiiiliedtbe last yews of the Queen'a<tr«n|^t 
chtrirkerrd iifc. 

The bfroism of her re«islanpe wna impolitic and bortfiil ; it cxAapt^rali 
where it n-nn imitOMAible to orereome. If the contest in ila eailirr slaj|^ 
bad hern kft \n I,<uii^ and his siihjfciA to dedde, there in sfoud ivjmni i 
the Htippoeition that ht! nouM. by cim!<enltti[r to iiieTitahlf changes, hi 
eatifflfd tin- people wilhuut Kmn'iRcii'e more than the raDi<l odiona and tan 
lirl'itrflry po'veni of hm crown. The hariier tpirit of the Qiie«n loit erer 
thinET iiy a raiti and wijij etiili^avaMr to nvoiil Ihu lirtist coucesrioii, 
the Kitijf." our author* tell xn, "the licvvliiti'tn phsv uapeci evtrylhii 
Itnpr cierrthinie." Verj' difT^icfit wns it in \\iv ca** of her whom (t 
>lL-nip<l lij call the Kind's witi?, ahJ vntttr. " Unrwl to the 

i! to the hmve dnP-nrc of lh<* rijihl* nf the thrnnn Uy th«t<i 
i.»lr.rv, Hv iJie ruilm ait<l the ontUwri,- nf all tl-"">" wlwim 
- a* wfU a* try ln-r tl 
•»!»«, »■ many a ti i 

But. ntdint her iMie tuttiaitv hud ttiT 

Mhnt irrrc their etfects? It im* the fiiti; 

- find of all her dnn nH 

itbiiiit li-^r raah ami nr i| 

. iiipiil i)f a oon^ijiiiiitjc 

. i•a^c niled in prjicc nil 

.i\ tn bcr ktiiLTilum anil her racn; aitd. iii>t«ad 

,,riiTi.-i; ■' i.> i.-ii-:(t before llw throne t<( Mun'-Atiii 

' ir« ih« thi^jne of ^ 

.... ,.;.iiiatily insults whicl; ... 

(piUotiov. bh« wanted tba dbcretitm which 

1 ia l« Iw made beautiful tn mry part, an obdinali 
■ ' It ia. w- 


Marie- Antviuvitv. 

Ijunowi to \i^ nuM, and rnerre tlietr wuliiiieiit and tdoqueoM for llw 

ncciKjitt ufjiceueA and seajioiis in wW'li tli» iioblvr qunUllvs of lici untuie 

werK inuit pruiaiiwntly shewn. ThuH, (lie fioHsli and iinlimvly m:titi- 

ftrsUliDii or till! Aumrx tftvrii lo tin- ]{<Kiy>gunril« uul ihe oHio'i'h ur Ilie 

r«>)fiitirnt of KUnde m, i» t)i« iniii^nificeiit ttnfiilreuf UiopulHCC kt Vuftailira, 

H ilt«inii'*rd in four line* and a-hnlf. withuut n word niioul thr uauiig 

pftwordtt. the while cocktideft dUlribuU-d by lovely linadK. llie trniiiiding 

<tt Ami uftlip uatiuiinl cockurU-i*, or th« rurioDS (KttrK« iit<ain>t an iiiin- 

ry (oe, with uhioli her Majf^tv dectar<>d IteiHoirenchAntrd i whiL&t llie 

Fnrarcli of the women (o Vi'rsiiilles, an event diBtinrLly and dirrclly pru- 

Ivoked by lliiU UI-jkiil|;ed and iiitempL>rala or^. U bunuurcil nilli m many 

iju, in which ifau rcsolutiaii. and the cuura^, and llii> beauLy of thfi 

tnecn are adininibly well txtuUed. So. agaiu, the di«B>trou» flight lo 

{Vi<r«iii)eti 18 Nmrody (flaiiced at : whiUt the i>t!\vrer roeosuroe ofdiKrnlioii 

[which iver« \\w\ rccour«e lo when sbe was brought back to P.-irtE. mid ll)« 

ftjiopc* aiisiii^ fmoi tlic seduction wldvli hvx chariti* lind oxt-rcised ujioii 

fSarnaw. aiv, by the eloqttvuira of the UioturiatiH, M^t in <:Iir»r and hiicb 

liaf. ll i*, nj-piirently, in their %iew, a frv»h iiijiixlice to t!i« Quren, that 

\nr iivftc c^entH, which made conlidene« iiniiOBhibU-, tict Majuslj'a new 

rorlii to recover popularity fbonld hwixe tnitrnihly failed. 

Aa lon^ as reKiBtanc« tu iW pro(;rri>* ol'lhe Rviulutinii, wittier by ibonghc 

(liMfd. reinaiiifd pwHible, the unyielding pride of Mftrie-Aitloine:to 

tijsied it. Out h'T re&iBtanco was of ihnt feelile, futile kind, wliich apgra- 

ratrtt the ill-tecllit^ of her ctieniiefl without in any way oWtrueUng Dieir 

jns. >lcr oppositioii wax ^eeii, not felt. In the exicit^ive oonccjxtud- 

wbicb dhe kept up in ry]dii.'r with her broiber and willi other influ- 

rStial [lersoOH. it is clear, Uto, thai she had not ieariied (o utiderKtand the 

'IteMiluiiuu. She perMf^ted in lutslsking fur llie viuleiico ufa fin^tinun. mis- 

vhiciiiiiH minority, LfauL whidi wiis in very truth the uprisiu^f of a nation 

rruMi long airea of misrule. 

In apite of ibe diHlrii*t and unavoidable distent with which we r«ad a 
litatory of Marie -Anluinette fn>m which bor Rnovoum niu" aurtdnsl the 
''lonch ii:)tii.>ii are omilled, it is iinpORwhlv li> deny lo Dik LO»cludiit>c ehap- 
[tent of Mm. do Qoiirtiiirt's work the nxril of btiiiig an elcKjiicrnt, oflVcting 
|iuifiuti\(! uf l\if. heavy pi-naltr of frull'iiring ahe WAS cnlletl upon to pay. 
"^niiu llie beftidniui,: of I ho year WJ'l Iilt pxlace c«aaad to be » shelter 
3cn the iusidtB of the ciowd, or fruu the uup'datable rule of that niithority 
rhich waa rining on the ruinA uf her own. The alarm of the 3Utb of June, 
and tho dangers and defeat of the lOih of Aii^uei, were huniitiuiiuns which 
inuBl hnrr been ma biller lo her queenly pride as they were tryini; lo her 
womanly ntfeciioiiH. Kruiu the huti of ibete dates suffetiiigs never ceaacd 
lo tUieluFii round h«r. On the 13th of August sbe became n dUen>wnrd 
priaoaer in the Temple. On ibe 19th of tbt- Kaiue month MitdMue de Lain- 
■■ballv and hrr other allondnnta wvreretiiuved fiouiher, and llii.-li\« luyal cap- 
llivm ivere left aluuc lo oaddeii or cotivole each other. FiUeen dayii alter thia 
klflii ''• ritlion, the Nornw-fttricken group were doomed lohear the out- 

er i'- mitaof a maddened mohwbo were enhibilingbefotellie Queen'* 

ind->.v It,.; ■■ -mliftd head of her dear iViend, the Princr-S" de I.ainballe, with 
lita lioir hnir FL-inii''l aud eloltrd with hei lifr-ldood. Nor did CVCD the (lays 
IdinT . ll bf'lwei^ii tliO*c more memorahle sorfowi pa«8 away wilhoul 

hnrricn of her woea. Some |M-lty torment was iiice«Minlly 
-'^i-erM walehed from morning until nitlhi in her 
ri -i wnokc of their tobacco in Lur face an »be 


ifyHe- Antoinette. 


^tised by thtm ; gunners clftnce<l arotind h<>r wild insulting son^ in the 
gnr<lcn« of the pri»uij, wh*re site took lier lillle omyi for «x«rci«e and air ; 
And workmtMi tiir<^iit«ned tier aloud with death. There waa no reapilc from 
these Boiall indignities, no intcrral of comfoi'l or oblivion granted, before 
Hnother huge and ominous atflictiun shut out for ever from the prisoner'* 
heart both hope and cmifiolHlioTi. I'hc pfirting-sceiic between tlie family 
orEnournen, on the eve of the Xing's iixecutton, often an it has been elo- 
quently well described, Ima eclilum been dcHcribed more touchingly tlian 
[n the pagiti now liufore us. The Uulo cirdu liflciiin^ to the Kin^f's voice 
— the Bubfi thut intt-rrupt him — the bended fornu of wife, sister, and chil- 
dren, to whom the King g'ivee bis; blessing — and the little hand of the Dau- 
phin rai>ed, whiUt he Is Bwora to forgive lbo«e ivho make bis father die — 
are htoiight, as it wero, before <», in all their alfeclintr GtinpHtity, with a_ 
vividnvMn and force wbicb must ni&ke the memury of tbo aad, despmirii 
(fro up indelible. 

We paw over the account of §chcmca of lih«rntiun, whicb were cbieflj 
memorable for the craft and courage which conceived them, and the^ 
rhiincc which baffli;d them, in order to carry on (be iininternipled story of 
itbc Queen'i crowning iroen. In leAA than six montha nfler thu execution 
of the King, the Hepul>1ic, fiar MM. dc Goncourl, " fonnd plnce in the 
Queen's lacerated heart for a new wound, the deepest oueorall." Atnongat 
the imperfect aolacea which had been left to bcr in her mioei'v, the tending 
and the teaching of the Dauphin hod been infinitely mo^t dear. On him, 
in wbotte future she hud never lost faith, all that was leA to her of that 
witchery which had once been irresistible had been fontlly lavitdied. Rut 
the Cuttiniitluu of Public Safety decreed that " the ran uf Capet shall be 
ceparaled fjoin bi» muthi-r," aud the decree wa* carried uut. With the 
tragic history of the bruulity to which the gentle child was doomed, we 
have nothing now to do ; but the mother's ngony at Wing him must never 
be furgoiten in a record of her prison-days. All that wits dellaiit. daring, 
grand in her nature, flashed forth in its inleneest fury to defend her darling 
boy. With body and with poul she clung to him ; nur wan it till tb« 
officers tlireatfiK'd lliLiy would kill him tiiul >ili« allowed them to bear off 
their prixe. From tliiit time forth, duriiiif the brii-f reiiiaindfr of her davSi 
the line occiipatiiin of the heart* liioken woman was to watcli for ogipur- 
titnitii-M of louking on her child. She would wait for hours for a niouienl'c 
glance at him at the turning of n staircase, or throug^h the cleft of a par- 
tition, as he wan pasBing onwnrds fur his daily walk upon the platform of 
the tower. "Time and the wutld had nothing more for her than tliati 
moment, and that cleft through which her buy ira-s seen." 

A month afterwards, the Concicrgeric became her prison-bouse. It] 
mi^ht, we think, admit of qufstion whether any event which happened 
BuhHetjiiently to her Hepamtioii from the Dan^ihin hao properly a place in 
the enumeration of her suflcringE. Outrages, indeed, were heaped upon 
her, but she was steeled agiiin»t them by the one colos^-al and nbaurbing 
grief. A honi-coitib and n bed of straw were no baidshiiis to a inuther 
mourning for her child. In her new prison, " «)ie prayed, and read, and 
kept her courage ready," Some kindiiri^Kcs from gi^ntler keepers awoke 
again, for a moirient '« space, the hope of an escape, but Uic devotednees 
which planned ajid toiled to save her was again of no avail. On her trial 
— if friat the prodigious mockery with its predetermined end be cHllud^ 
not even the exquisite invention of her torimers, in tutoring her child to 
bear false wilneos agaiuat her, bowed down, for an instant's interval, ti)« 



calm, hi£:li, queenly ^nndeur of tier beating, or discompoMd the proud 
iiitelUjfenve of her defence. The Usue and the ccnteiicc were alrewir 
kn iiva before the cauM iru heard, attd the ill-fn(ed Queen was readr fiir 
tJie end. On her way tu the Place de la Revolitlioii. she maintained, 
amidt-t the fivrccst niid the izmosest insultii, an unmoved eompoBure, ujd hut 
fur a mnoicnt her faL-f) ^rev puler as she gnzcd upon thu TuUeriea. 

The life of Miric-Anluinetie, in whaluver tormii we rend it, coiitftins an 
imprewive lesson on the iuHtnhility of hunuin (^nratueM. Uut the lesson 
nomec before us in more «tarlliiig' form when we set against each other the 
magnificence of her niormnkr*6 dawn of grace, and beaiily, and intclli)fei>ce, 
when, amidst little shoit of the idoUtry of nil Ihnt w:is iilu«trioii» in Fiance, 
•he wait ni-Icumed us its future iiueen, and lliis item of a cbim upon the 
itatioiial treaKury, which MM. de Gunvourt have oihde known : — 

" Th* wldaw Oppel. For (li» ouflbi 8 livMt. 

For tho Kraveaiul llie f[TaTL-dIm«n 25 Uvn*." 

To approre of this charge waa the President of the Herolutionary Tri- 
bttual's last public duty in the case of Marie -Antoinette. 


•■ Tirw nninber of th» • li'ietori* Qaxvtte* 
b jiffrtvirtMl firpiihlimU'in in s room axon 
tviaarknblo for oxtciit thui eoiiveiiirnc*. 
lu walla abnuiKl iu rT«\'i<^c«, Ihroush 
Whidh Iho wioil biiiri with ao imiau-tia] 
ounialil; tiK' HH«U o' Lvt'irrb and broiiclual 
niMtiona %a the riiitnr*, propria or^ ami 
^ypogmpben. IU Woor U of n ilinky clia- 
iMt«r, and encb jianer iiii^rl* u (r'-iuu- 
lotnnfM Eo its lurflue whicb oocaiioiu the 
pmmt writing to a**uiae a ehnruter i hat 
t^ampollion, wrrf he "no of n>\r oiiinpo- 
Axon. WDiild find it ilifflcnil Ui ilrc]]hpr. 
OaTilioi, Imt^ and Hiial), lin in nait fnr 
[adlridiBb pMaing liitu and «(iuut Cliu 
ertaUirfMiirot, which have ahvod; retnlud 
in anioo* ibin-damwe to tlia nv^or part 
of ita opeapanU lliA 'editor'* dcak' u 
a handle of priBting paper, aldinjl^ paianl 
npfin a I rattier trnnk. vibrating with ncli 
mni-niiii-iit of till* vrrilirr'i liand, anil vnm- 
pellinK him to d^Hiliiu ti|> hi* pcrwin in 
the not oT pruparitif *<vi]gy' in n tnaii- 
Xit-T aiorw caritni* tliiui Krureful. Th« 
'nlitar'i tmay cliMJr' !* h (.'liiii<>«» trurilt, 
wboac top vtmld be on a level with 
thr d<«k, but for the brilliant \At% of 
inrrvaniiiK \he hi-i^t of tho Utltr hv the 
paprr-vilN-dTviit kliuikd to. TliH •tnk'Dj; 
thoo^bla which i>«rrada tlia fantin of the 
indindual Uvooivd wiih tbeae hriliUee 
would find a mncb readier exprwil'ii at 
tlie point of his pea bat fbr Cbs drawback 
of bmiig comprlicd to ratal cofrie* o\ thb 
jotirnaJ. rocriv* itama of nawa aud comtet 

miadlrMt^^ intrudent on tiw piiint of their 
dcstinatinn, uniitltBtirtnuilj' with )uditiii)( 
tliQBo roTOurkabltf cuiiwiitioaa. Two tinge 
fire-pla(«* adorn our nuctum. Tbtve or- 
iuun«iiU, havinii lieen built with a t-ii>w to 
convey all tin- h<.iU, a* well a* tb^ ftun^ke, 
up tbr (-liimnrv, a* tittle dangcr»iu in 
Oiii mattfi of rink of n i-i'ii.ttii(;nititni a« 
tln-y ant but allifhtly cnniluolv)' to com- 
fort In raodfyiag iho bLwl* of borraa, 
wliick ditputo occiipatic* with the preient 
Kijinrnf'nt in tbr m-altliihnwnl w« >ire 
dracrilnng. Wr had d<*ijn>«d wipplying 
tbrM- fiml't-atrn K'itli ■ pil^ of luinlx*r bo- 
liiii|pii);l<'tliv Uiid'iDii Kav C'i>ini>iiii,v,*torrd 
iu (lit jjri-muwn, but tlm prinUT* having 
ocfnt»i<d It in IIl-u of a table, wo have bevu 
cuiupt'Ueil to pnatixjnr iiidiilgcnM in that 
(to lu) economical i^xpcdicnt. It 1* poa- 
«blc. alao, tlial th« corporation in <)urecioa 
naiabt pnlnrtlun wimL' uliji-i^iuiTis to the 
piMloW w! of their projieny. wldrh ol> 
u^rtlon*. altb»Ut:h we ccFnalder tboKi uUurd 
ui view of our nrcomilioi. wc are bound to 
rv«p««t. Tlie [lU-amnt •oiintb of wood- 
uwinn;, nail-baiuineritiii. Ac., add tu the 
facilitira forcdilnrial labour, ot whicb we 
arn now in. nUting ei^oymtnit -. and au 
uccanioiinl proceuiou of Indian* cb«r» 
and inri^unte* the wriler by atupptnn 
and •urtuundioff hia locality of laboiir. and 
ica^ng upon his deed* with tha «xpreni<ni 
of intvlli^fvc.* romnum to ihu pby»ioBtmiiiy 
of I be iritelicrUial race of wlktoii cbcy arg 
the rvpnwiintative*." 




' r"t-... . : .'.». L 

' ■» .•*■_*,-' 

t ' i 

K. J 



*. -}r ■iz.'-.-.-iy. 

'-■:■■-• ".Jii: 

rt.'-:.-i , '. J- ::.■: '■ ,. -v *• ■.. ■..-.:- :•*■- . -.'i'.'i^ :..■;.; 

'l.v: _■.-.;.':*■ ,rlc o:''...^ -:;.'.;- ,:' x-.:u\ z-.- -vr.::.. hive r'.r :!:-: - ^.:'.;e;t 
(!.•: n'li-r.-^ ,:-:■! .,:' Kir,:; AU. :.- %:. : K .;j':.:-. l^^ M :* [':;-.:, Mr. Wrijlii 
rerdiiiJt 'i-. i:. t^e "Hi-t'.-y ui V '-. \Szx.-.<" p , j iih^-i rv (.iT-.-Jr-rv ...f 
M'j.'.rri'j-j'.'i in 1147. J.i- ri-'i'iri'l^ti- ■.■;!:. j 2 rlv^'i '.'i.i. B.-:'.*.\-:_v ; wi::.-'] 
rii'i^t. \\\Ki<-i.;--. iti \X rj.-'/La'..i.i''.y b-: ,-;_-ir:-r: i< ::.e ^; ::;■; ■;■:' ::.:*,.-!i 
of lh»; Kiii'La-val fi;'.iM:.-!. No -0 r..^r iii I G-: .Jiey"* Ilisl-rj' :u.l-^.; i"s ap- 
pear AriC':. tl;a:i i'.i iVjii'lro:!^ -frjri-;* re-r.'il to \.\s^: b-.-'i ii-iZc-i wi'.;. a^lihv 
liy th'; c'Jiittrmr.'irary InvK'-rfi. s'ic!i a« '.iiiitmr i: .: Wi:-' : »■ .: a: a 
<i'jni»'what lat*:r ^-.r.iA, w>: fi .'i t^i-.- Ar:'^!..Sa,\'.':i. Liy,\:i-..:., a:ir'i:.^ i:. 
in an smiiliflr;'! fviiii. f'l vMr^i.;. T:.'--: ;il:i:m*.i'j:;s i:.i varia::^--. hi-iiver. 
were the fi'iti'jtn of th-iir own imiiriiinti .n. i>i.d '!.o r.T;rii li'j-f ;:■;■;. a* ilr. 
Writfht reniark^, wtiicli tliey c jiiSi-i-.-r"! th-.:ii*cLi';< a'lthjiiirJ ai p'.t'.s to 
t«k« ; while on ttif othtsr Iiaii'i, in tbc 5e'j'j[id half of the tnelfiL ce:'.;iiry-. 

■ " Ln M'M iTArtkHrff. Tli.- Hi-il,-ry ..f Kiii;.' Arthur a>l ...f th^' KriltfLiti of th<t 
Itiuiifl TbIiIp. f.''jinpiU:<l Iiv .sir Th-iuut M^.rv, Kut. L<lii<.-(1 t'r.jiii ihv i-.xi v>t' the 
Editiun uf IG31. U'ith Intpjdui.-tiun wul N-<Ce» bv nioiLius Wright, £»{.. M.A., F.S.A., 
Ac. In Tliicc Volnan." | L>nuIon : John Hii-"^>U Smith.) 


Tfie Hi»lQi-y of Kiny Arthitr, 



the story of Kiog Arltiur aud bis KriiiHit* prevenU tia wiih a nuinlier of 
new inciil«nla with wliicli GwiflVey of Afonniriutli cIoe« not n[>peaT to lw%e 
b«*ii ftr(|iiaii)l«(l, liiit c<M>v>l |M>iliap9 in tlieir otigin witli the inHli^rtals froni 
wbit^h hiH lliktory wti* fntm^H, 

The &r8t of th««e romunceH, composing this eppuently new dcTclopment 
iw Mi)»n«i<.n of the Btorr. i« thnt of the "St. Graal." or " Sa» GimI.** a 
hnly vvS'i-l^ of HOine clcM;ription ot olhcr. uhtch had been used by our 
Savinur at ihp lint Siipp#r, and wbich, after bfinfr prceen'ed by Jweph of 
Artmathca, waft prctemleil trt bave been brnu^bt, after mnny marvelloiu 
advunturM. into th« eoiiihem parts of iIuh isbmd. As the Maty has no 
immnliate eoiiiii^ciiuii wilb ibat of Ktncr Arlbur, Mr. AV right is of opinion 
lint U may have been fouudud. in all tirotiaKilily, upon moic myateriotui 
legend imported I'roin the Ea»l during the limes of the Cni8adci>. 

Next in date of these compilations, we have the history of tbc propbel 
and enchanter Mi-rlin, composed partly* of Dretoii legends, but con- 
•trut'ted, aw Mr. Wright ob»4rrre>, upon Uie foundation whicli had been 
already laid by Ut^otfrpy of Moituiouth. 'Die third in the ordor of Ihwe 
roniancea U that of " Ijancetot dti Lac," which ia devoted to tli« advenhiiea 
of that hero, and to hiii atnoiiia with Queen Guenerei, King Aitbur's failb- 
leas apoiue. 

Thta wan followed by the Qmm/« i/u St. Graal, or " Search for the 
Hrtly (JmwJ." which had been atrrxdy comm«riici-<l in the roniance of 
•• LanceloC and u now condurtH more espwially by llie Knights Perceval, 
Oawniuc, l^ncelot, and (he aon nf the Utter, Gnlaml, or Galahad, who 
finally Kticcceds in the object of the seftich. The fifth nnd Inst of these 
earltet nimanc.-^ wai* that which was more particularly known an the 
Mart Artua, or Mori ^Arthiire. in which Lancelot's inlng-ufs with the 
Queen and ihe vuuiily of Gaaaine's brolheni lead to the wnr which enda 
with Artbtir's death, and so cunchidca the history of his Koigbte. 

Thew tlv« romnnecB are all writt«n hi prose, in tlic Analo-Norman 
dialect, the l.-iiii:uai^-. in fact, of the Iruurem; snd there can lie uo doubt, 
in Ur. VV right's opinion — am) he seenitf to have ^\en an earnest and en- 
lightened xHenllon to the sulijpit — that lliey were compiled by two writers 
of the rcii;" of our Ilenrj' 1 1., the InUer half of the twelfth century ; one of 
whom niiuivs titmaclf lU'Uert dv Jt»rruu, the ulhur being the utill more i-ele- 
liraled Wniti;r Mnpe«. whuHC name is more generally written " Map" in the 
manuscripls. To the first of these writers beloii)f the Rouhih du St. Qraal 
and lite lltfttury of Merlin, white Lbe other three are looked upon aa the 
contp'Wtion of Mapes. 

At a later period, so late probably at the reiffn of our Henry III., two 
other writers of the sama cLnsa made tlifiir appearance. I.ucnK de (rast and 
Hfliu de Uurnin, enid to have tieen a kinsman nf Robert de Rorron. alieudy 
uientioned. To tliLin wc owe the first and second parts of the runiance of 
" Ttiatnii," or '• Tii>-tr<ni," a hero till then unnnmud. but who from this 
time assumes a prominent place nmijot; the Kni^hti of the Kound Table. 
For some reason or other, as Mr. Wriyht observes, the writers of the ro- 
maomi of" Tri^inn" tnite every up|iorturiity of blackening the cbiuftcler uf 
Sir Uawoiite. who was tvpruMiilcd as one of tho purest models uf knight- 

^ ^'TtnctlTnrv )bp St. Oraal woald leen to kavs baea manled aa a bank. Hm mm- 
t» ' i>Tilile len^ by Siuuoniti ht Oic twrly ]wrt of bll " Ln«i«- 

t.i 1-." 

• Ami pvtij, {MiufliKi. ol WdA. 


TV Sitttny <^fKing Jrikmr, 


bood ta tb« preriouR romaDCefi. His goad jmae, howcrer, we wooU 
mark, appcvs \a hsve mrn Ritperinr In Uirm wpemotif. for in the rvign 
Htnirv V. we finil one uf lits clmpluoB, ui Uie niiili^t of a wririf uf cut 

EiiinviiUry «iru»ion«. iMrdcitng cIoscIt ujion cemli! adulatiMi, add 
im av " Tu re^le genus, urbaniu ut iJle GawenuB," 

To thew la-t wrxiern, too, we owe the " Hiriory of King PeHinore," 
of th« frtirl between iiis (v^ns and Sir (Jxn-aine nnd hi< brettmn. 

Tbw srriet of romances, from the oarabcrofmanuecnpU which elHI - ' ' 
would necrn lu hHv« xxm hecotor hif^falj popuUr, ».r\A tterved Ui fprm i 
of knight-errvntry, i»hii--h t>o doubt exrrci»w]. »» Mr, Wiiffhi ■■ 
CobSidenLble inBuence on the feinlal apirit Knd seDliiiienlA o) tliv 
and fiiurtn-nth centiirica. Numerous writers, too, in different 
•rlecied TuriDu* incidents from lhe!>e romances, or abridged tbe " 
pnbliiibed tliem in Ter«e, as beinij; probably « more poptdnr fo«ti' 
cTcle of roninnce becomini^ ihun more sod more dereloped, and ii- . 
new forniE a»<£umin^. as ttmp progrraaH, a more imporlant plaee tn tJie 
literatun: of the day. In the lap^ of time, howctft, as the foniu of lan- 
guage cbangnl, and feudal utaicfft declined, the meiriea.1 rerviona garc waj 
to lenirlbj romances in pn)w. which wvre rceanled a» idmoM. the acle 
p<«itories of the npirit of feudalism ; Mjch being the ctate of fecUng, 
Wright BUggcstB. at the period nhen the art of printim; brcaac geoer 
Ifoown. In (he latter half of the fifteenth century, and the earlier pvt 
the century folloiriiig. numerous editions appeared, mostly in fuliu. uf 
French romances relating tu the Sl GrxaL Kiii^ Arthur and Lis Kuighl 
■ud more especially the adventures of Sir Tiistan, whose story bad 
the most popular of them all. 

This cycle, however, of romances eeem* always to ha^e been more 
lar in P'rance than in lbi» country. A few of (hem are to be found 
manuscript* uf the fineralh renlury. but they xre mootly unique f!opie«, i 
it is very doubtful, Mr. Wright tbudts, ubctlier tliey were here iu any 
gree of fugue : — 

" Even Caitoii." hr Mfs. "who hmA eridealtv a taitc for tYrndi littntfirh d-d not 

thluk nf prtritiii)* > bonk no Ihi* •uhjvvt mitil h* *■>* prwrd tu di it. u lir iii'iini>i uk 

(pv • iii*;n i.i' 1. uimI i!T\,rs nulyhnea <rf ibj-s mTiiiBO :' and llfea li« vihd* l» h»nB 

■ •\ wliM-h wiml'l «nit tii* |>uqiOM, UDiLl he <nw balpcd oat 

inna Malori, whu hul mtnpilMl • hotJk ' oete of rvrtryn 

-Jiiv^Lca ;if I'cuiuLca;!!! :i.^ii<?«dit inwEnclywlic' All weMen lokaow «' I " >l> 

[^Ular; k that baulieiu at ih« cont-lnMmofblsbaQk that be wai ako^j .'. 

^vphftMl tiu cOrafiiUlkn lu the nimk vcar af tb« rciga of Edwiml I^ n 

laonrwortb* j««rlMSl, or vMrl; In \Vt<K or mora tban fiflxrn yarn \- n 

\Vt. Tbaftatnmnt afwMiMDf tbooU bifaUofP^T^an. tint ha **» II . ui, 

[nibibly a Bkov wipyatttia n TovMcd on tb« ofa«rMter of bis book ' 

A^ ials employed bv Malorj- in his oampilnti >;i. m ■ I'^tmut 

o !• J have rccoiiMc to the iftaUuma ttrHa of Mr. Wnj.'!.: : — . 

\V I.: 

<^vt inflvitiftUoa ■» la th« method panucJ hj SCalurj ia hi* cimipi* 

jAUi tJ tbv nuMi iiDp-. 

"f tbs 

< n- iirtt 


The nUlonj of Kint/ Arthur. 


rtlmt tnt mtfaoritk* irvn in tint Pnni(.'1i Unzmir--, l<y bi* frvqiicnt T«fn«MC«i 

< ' rMmt'Ji Vj<):i.* irbicti rcfnvn'tfl. It "amy be ivtnirkiMl. nrv in tb; frrenter n>uB)MT 

t<_ilfmm wbicli thcprcwat olitiiMiit tolicti. dutonUtlU iwlbkt 

- of /m J/ur4 B'trtkue, ai liu intituloi the botk. in tlw ablx^y of 

liiiv I >•( ila; uf July, Li$S, Tliii tH»k bu no«r Iwevmi! cu mrp (bat 

I U knovm, wliifh wu ruriiMrlr in Ui« Hftrlcun libru-y. ut<I is 

: Jarwy at ttaUsrlof \**jk, Muldlcwx. An intlMrfMl onfijr, 

' »J« ' ' . H-11 |iuiebMwl, M we loarti fhiu Luwiulm, (be tbi- liiitq 

im ^; ^ .. .i...i;.D. uri! ihi! onljr eapln of CAsUa'a edition iaowa toeiiit.'' 

Wynkfn de Worde, Caxton's ancceBRor, printed two editiooK of this 
ark. OHtt in 149B, the other in 15^, only n. »iiif;le cdpy of nav\\ uf wlik-h 
at proiivitt kiiuwn to lie in exiMteuct;, Willi'im C^jpland hIho, anullier 
riy [iri'it^r, fjirinUd tliia work, under s;io(li<-'r title, in 1567 ; the fame 
title b^ifur adopti'd by Tlioinos Eml, who piiotcd two cditioiin, one iu folio, 
otticri- in qiinrto, and both without dnic. Krum the viinilnrity of the 
illvs, Mr. Writfht coiuiders it probable that East printed rruin Cupland'a 
J it ion. 

1631 BppeVB to be the date of the rejct reprint; in which year the Inst 

of the b lack-let t<.-r oditloiiis wius published, in three pitt«, in (|uaru>. with 

, three sejiarute Itllfs. From the tact thnl a certain portion uf the work is 

>mktcd iu this L-dition, it ia evident thnt it was printed from a copy of Iho 

Ffelio edilioti by KasL, ill wliich a leaf in the third part wab wanlint;. 

The n»t known editions were printed iu I8I(J: ouv cdiled by Jo«epb 
Ilulcwood, and remarkable for its iiicorrvctiteM; the other forming a part 
of " Walker's Driiish Classics," and di»tinij[uislied not only for its typo. 
■ yraphicxl incorrectness, but for the sinffnlar license aiuumed by the editor, 
>r printer, iu alturitig pbrasea of the original where he did not undcrstaiid 

Fiiully, in 1S17 appt^ared the quarto edition of Uie original text of 

rCaxtoo, with the name of Robert Suuthey attached to it a* editor. The 

licit, bunever, is a rui^re repnut of Caxton, with hardly any alt^rmpt at 

editini; or cxplanntion, and i» roniicfincntiy uwlotw lo tho gt^nciml reader; 

it ic only of value lo the liibliognipher because, for rcfcreitcc it Bupplies 

the place of tlie original, wliii:h, ofcourH}, \b all but inuocMKiblv. 

It now rfinaina for uh to Jet Mr. Wright inform our rt-ailere what he has 
dooa for the leit ofCaxtoo in tlie nreaeni edition ; and with a glance at the 
qaJity of hie iUuMrvtiona, we ihatt oonclude our notice of this meritonoiis 
edition of what we may call one of the very eailieat of lite Eugliah 

" It bai hem jnitgnxl iKlriuhte to adopt for t)i« t«xt tHc lAt«at of the nid t^Utaoti*, 

^Uial of 163 1; IW tbe nuxiMnl wn lipcidMl on ntMittiMurig Caatdo, Iharti wa* no rvMon 

vh; ^M¥ HtufM not Uko tbat of tbe reprtnta which wa« noM rcadabla. Tbb ehotm 

wa* itauh) with tbe kas acrutiK aa oa partimlar philotoffi'al vatos ti atUiJicd to iba 

HailCuagv uf I^xIom'* <diti»ii, which woubl crrtjiiiil/ Iw rqniltivii t" 1Ji« uioli-rn rnadvF, 

fwhita bH its raliM ■■ a litomi? manniD-nt it n>uiinwl in tlip rt^Hut. On tb« otbor 

' . the ortlioftraphy xr.A phruoology of tlw edition of 1S34, with tbe ■pHaklintr vt 

jlteoleie WOrd«, luic *n(fi.-ii>nll,r naiaeroas to he t-mlMrraartin^. prMerm a c<:rt-ita 

; of iiti'dtiriaJ ch;iiartvr, wblcli wo tbink u unc of tUn (.■hamw of tba bjok. Tba 

' 1A3-I contain* th^ whole Ivxt nf Malory's worlc. and jwetsnts In genenl a 

I rapy of it. ... Iu tbo [irCM-iit «lilion 1 bate ca'efUUjr colinted tbe ttll of ]634 

ib titai of CaxtiMi, aitd |{ivi>n In tlie imtca any varialkns in tbe latt«r wlii.'h sMm 

\m> Iff liopurUm-ti, ur tu prraent any parLtraUr Interest. I b vo nnly vrnUrd to 

iha Utir \e\i in caw* Mbite Ihcro were erulenl niUpriuls or omisuntM. The old 

iiirp*. H-fwinilr thimi nf tb* mwttvnitb efmtwy, wtTr, M it w wwll known, ra- 

' ; anil ll>« biH.ks of that pvnMl. if iH>t eurrvrttd hy tb* ButlMm. ara 

r pniitct* r-rrnr», Htcw 1 hovo carefUW corrcrtoil from Ui< lext -il 

>ii ftoniTsI, when tba blDoikra an nlf-vviaaiit, 1 ham not tboogbt it 

Qsn. lUc. Vol. OCV. k k 


^50 7»c History »f King Arthur, [Sept. 

ntvcwutrv to \ywa\ thorn mit. ... I Iiiivk tlionnht It kiIvimMi' tn n work llkr ttit«, whi>rv 
tin- tiliwilftf wiinl* and |>hriMi-« nn\ nl\t'r nil. not very iiiiiui'nmn, to <'X|>Uin tht'Hi tn (litt 
miti'ii. Kwry rtMiU'r Iihh mil iil hniid h ilii'lititwri nt'oti'i.ili'lo Kii^lUlii ihir, il hi> luid. 
ii< it itinvi'iiii'iil, in n<iiilin^ it UMik nr t)ii< il)<«.-ri|itii>n. Iti )h> iiil<'rni)>tMl nt I'vctnr |M|n> 
or twi> in t>rtU<r lo lrHi-t> ><nt n wont in h ilirtiimitry. I linv<> HVtiklml luaitinn lliv 
li'xt will) i)In*lri«tivi>, niitl wliitt nmy ]i<>rl)ii)<i> to' liTiiusI lii«t.>rii-itl nolt«. {\»uttiii»|t 
niy>t>ll' l<) wtial ih>t>iitttl nlinnMt i)it<i<K<(iir\ (o n'lulor llii< ]virii<utl nf l)io l(<&t «a*,T »ii^ 
imrivnMi' (i< H huHli'rn mttlt-r. tt winittl not 1h> ilitllt'tilt to miit<«*<> iH'tw aud tlltu- 
ti'iitioii* of ihi* il(>MTi|itioii to iiu iihniMt iiulolliiili' I'ltonl." 

Ami vft. Ko ii)luiVKtiiii; mid mo full uf riirious inrnrmnluin An) Mr. 
\Vriir)it'H iiotO!« ntitl ilhl^l^u(il>t1l«. Hint \vc would I'uiii liiivv nuvn lliPiii mum 
tuiiiirrons tlmii tlii-y niv. " I'uftoil WaiuUliroucliI," we obsfrvc, in vol, I. 
1>, ;W. \w i« iiirliui'il to idi'iililv witli citlior W\v niiru-iit I'miip of Vniullvliury, 
iit'iiv (')iinl>ridj;<', or \Vniil>on>ujrli in Willshin-, It Hcoiun, Imwrvrr, mit 
uiiliki'ly ihut n iiu'iv mnlhi'Vii loctlity '\* niciuil ; kiid Wi« would KU)(t;ciit 
" rii)ttli< WaiuUluvk" Hri tho kihiI : ittii-ti lii'lnir not iiiipmbnlily nii rurly 
iinmf ol' Moi'iiolh I'tintlo, Kitiiiito on tho Imiikd of llio rivi'r Wnntilifi'k, Kiid 
tli<< oiiKlli' ilKi'ir Ufin^ II |iliu'i' of miiiu' ci'lt'lmlv in llit^ dnvR when thi'KO 
t'kinuiiicos wi'iv comiiili-d. A U-w Udoh fiit iIkt on we tind nirDlioniHl *• hi* 
niiiMtor HIi'iHO. nlio dwi'lt in NovtliinnUiTliitid," nnd rurioiiKly ciioii([li, 
iitiui'tim /J/iMiiM, in riii<i|iitiiy willi iSiiiirtiu Dionyitiiui (St. OeiiiH), !« mill 
lo III' Hi'i-n n'pri'xoiiti'd on Honio KiiciiMit ^Iiikm in tlin windowN of Morpelli 
pni'isli chiin-l). Milt'oid Ctixlli', ii plnci' of irri'iit etivn^lh, nnd riK'Vitl. tt 
is Hiiii))i>M>d, with ihv C'oniiiu'ror, is hIvo Hituatc uii the Iwnks of the 

In p. I'lO of tlip snmc volnim«. ihe "(in-at Indy \,y\v of Avelyou" Mr. 
\Vi'ii;lit )oi^i;cKtM HH lu'inif |ti(il>nlily nn incorroi't trniiHlution uf /« ilome i/tf 
t'f/lr if Afili/i>u : ihtIiujim In- wonid Imvc \wvi\ still nioro hnjiiiy iu lii« 
pniri;i'!>lion litui lu' miid hi lUime f'ute. ,("(•. 

'I'lu' *• colour of Indo." nn-ntionnl in p. 'Ji">l. cnn li^mlly be nnvthing elte 
tliiii) indikTo; wliiL'h was known in F.urt.>pf so cnrly n* tha days of UlO 
I'Idfi- I'liiiy. 

Till' iiiinio Iiiolilf, or ImuiU. ns (o whioh tht>rt> i* nn inloroHting note in 
vo', ii. i>. 17. vox* nn idiiw, wi> Imvo n'lison to Ix-Iii-vo, for thp bcdiT known 
nmiic ImiIioUh. In ivtVri'iu-i' to tin.- word »uri/fitii. tlii> early uno of whirli 
iK nolii-i'd in tlio Htinii' iind in tlic iirccodini; l>nii^', Ni<d WnnI inrntioiiN it 
UN nn nflVitrd nioili- of cxpn-ssion of tin' word chirurfffiin, HtruggUnff 
into fiishioiiiiMf nsiiffi' so tnli' cvi-ii ns tin* n-iirn of tjucen Anne. 

In v.'l. ill. p. 'J l(>, .Mr. \Vrii;hl Inis n noli- lo ihi* vtrt-ot tliiit A cart vtnt 
iiKol lor ootiM-yini; orinituals to tlio ^idlowrt, and it was hrni'e cuiiviiterrd 
dis^'iiii-ffiil for n 4;i>jilli<tiiuii lo 1h< scon in il. It was for ihia n'lisun pm- 
b:ili[y timl, n* wi< hnvc iii-oiitly seen slittcd in n i'ontt>ni|>ornn' chruniirle, 
Sir .loiin Oldcn«llo. iiflor liis arivsl at I'oolo, was convoyed to Lundun "in 
a wi'oilcn liut." 

With ihi'sc rcnmrks wc liikc onr Icnvo of a work which, thnnka to tlia 
extensive reading; and careful research of the lenriied editor, may bo 
pernied with Hdvtmtu^'ti by the nioitl learned uven in tlio anti^iUHriut 
» orld . 






TlK AfUtRth mrrtitiff of thU 
AMiKUci.,ti, phicli wtJ utnl>l:>licd lo ISiS, 
litar tlM aiAMir^tMiuiU utit |tTv<*>'4:flLi>in of 
Nrvh** l"1'> IIm' nrtji nnd miMimnvriU ot 
lliv ««rlv i> 'KM, bu ImcD Iwltl »t 

fc«lli1nir:< ^redc anling Aug. 7. 

(Iri ilixii-M jlr. J, T. IV.ttgitw 0|x-i)ei1 

tti* builnsM uf tbii m4>r<in^ liy u}ia> rving 

. tbut it nrn bii nloMini; ilntj, oi iJie Vici>. 

ll'widwrt or Una lliitMli Ari^ltuulivicnl 

, AMocutloii. in tlia abii-ULii uT tbti Korl of 

Albmnailfv tfaa PrMlfteiil on tW Torator 

oeouion. lo In'roducv to tb«r notini tlu9 

Hnai Xolitf lb* M«rq«b of Ailoaburj. 

lllpjr woiikl, li« felt, tOT^ *Kn« Wttll hliD 

ihtt, in rotiiliicUn^ rowarclirs of mi nnti- 

quamn liatuir, m ■iijr I'jcalilf, il <aa» Aa 

Ui Iw pri'silvJ iiv«r hy iiD e»< 

, BQbU>iuw, urboM purititw lit tbn 

' cmM uol fnil to •llbnl Ibeui muiij 

for !>'■ Tii.i«B nacvrrltas 

tli« I' .1 ul[i(^Li(l Atao- 

llAtl tMwii •[■■•iriiti MMULulwd. If 

dnriiiK fonDiT fokn Umj omI liad uocuinn 
tv ni<>l«« at tlw motKluii which Uw; bad 
nat with la varioiu put* of tbe iMuntr^. 
ho »u Mtr* tbKt thoio rtcfoMatu had uol 
«(0«11k1 Uu- kind maBow m whid) Um>j 
bid Wv*i srgr\cd on Uw prawal ■j co ta w a, 
B«t only l>j tlM oonnnte body, but abe 
bj thfl ».ittiintieti>rtbi:MU»nlnl,and bj 
till! ^ii>r; antl inuuiittrMy or t\u citjr. 
lltf cYiuld not tviw tli> lonra Ihiiii niuv« 
llteir Ibniilut to tbi< NuUk- Man|uii Tor bia 
greut tiindncai and Qondawanawit Ut bi>- 
nuorinic tbatn with bia pmunuc, aimI iw 
M|iria^ at tbi- biuii* liiui>, an tn^lmir uf iba 
nmalwn iif tbe .(.uv ri itiun, bit ublipit iui.a 

l« tbv aatliuriua, built oivil a»d «o;l(«tii>- 
tkal. for Chtf kind nippert whkb tbry had 

thm MaMjui* of Ail«ibont, on lidtina 
pf^aHHoii of tl*« praiilrirtml ••■-at> muu 
tbaL be had I bo haBourof b«in£ aBMinihet 
of I be Itriilkli An'iuaokiff^iHl AaMKiatloa; 
b<> fi . -'lid iiMMt 

iinn - of \'iv- 

«n. •-' hiiti 

I . 'I ■ li'.i r .-a 

W ,|r ■ ,: , :-.■., 1. - 

In II.' > lu Iba cuunlji, and 

in ■" ' ■ t with It— !'<• "Wild 

fatrl', ->in. 

II ^ . cl. 
In aitiiii.<iii ••liii iiirt <■(>« <i iii> iiHi,! re- 

ceived an nliicatlon, the IniTncnM wl<nu- 
tagtt wbicb fiiKii'tiea oC thii defchiitlMi 
bad coufifrrod up!>n Lb« ouontrv, butii bj 
tbvlr litcrnrr pn>duot<cnu ami L1i«ir bU- 
lorlod rcMamwa. Fur Ida own )>art b« 
iuokad fomrd witb ^«t iuiDrc«t to tli« 
awend p■^Mlra wbi'b n-i-ro U> be nml during 
the Couiirflw, awl wblcb, Im wn* kura, 
woold Dot 011I7 l&t«7eat but inatmEl thun. 
Jlavmi; Invi-llrd uton in forvign eoiu* 
trim tbiii iu Ivnglaiul, bv trni nut cmip** 

lott ta jyiAgit UI thu eompn' *i 

ot one cutiuif bim] anothtr, I< ^d 

•wnr reaaun tu bdiora tlmi 1I moiiiro 
coaM ihtw rigna uhI rr1ic< of b}R'>na 
tlnoca of a natan which wdald iwi y'xe'A in 
point nf ii.l«rp*t to Ulnae ol aiijr uthcr 
CMiDtjii Kugland- llavii]' k-Us;!^ Salla- 
bitT7 for a rim*., b« hapf^\ tlw}' would nut 
b« diiB)>(K)int<.'il, but Uial cvi-nta wu<dd 
ocrur wdlrb would b«il tbivw lo rvlurn U> 
tba uoQiit^ ui wiiw fiiliirv tiuiv. 

Tho V.ry lt«r. tlM Ueftn uf Salkbory 
■ud b» Iwd beat) da«r«d lijr Ui« Biabup to 
wliifb luuld not M poilpjui'd, hiid pro- 
vent<.'d bis attmijin^ tltu iiMn-tliac ttk'day. 
Ilia lordabip hod b«|C)»4l him, bowcrer, to 
uaun tba inrtnbgH o( Ibc AMwrt'tiwi Utat 
bu uioat cvirdMllf niiltad with thu aulho- 
niim, uf Lbv oaLbednU in tendering llicm 
ah«vty wrloxmeto tbispbce. Tltsjiabioe 
sard«na would be tbrawn optn. and tfaa 
BiUiofi hufiml U> kava lb« pUsacnre nf »- 
nuvln^ t)i«iii at tlif jiaUca to-n>oin>w erm* 
iur. On Llii; part ot itio Cliapl«r, be ImI 
oitly lo ■*)' tiiat tbrj were iixikiiig for- 
ward wilh ETvat ictvriM awl |'li-iiiur^ lo 
tbu pmntat'd riat to llic mlbedral and 
tbd chapicr-laMiafi. Ha na(d liardltr aajr 
tlmt thv Clu|il«r would bo inott Uaptijr to 
alli'i^l f^trj facility of »c bk, buUi to Iba 
tutiiui^lita in ihcir Ubjury and to tba 
an^rtcnt rnvird* in tlit-ir lunniiix-n'.MXim. 

J.T. Patt grow, Ewj., F,U S, aud K.S^„ 
Viae-iVviilaiit and Ti i n ani ii r, tlm read 
i)h< foUuwiag pajieron Uw " AotlqultiM of 
WiltOiIrH:"— Vwrtacn yiwn hava Mw 
elapsed *u\cv thi 8n( lUoBpt ww mda 
by tb>- Untdb AtdiBoll^ttl AMocblloil. 
iu iiniti|ii'4) of Ibi! i-tanii'tv iuatitub'd by 
lh<> (ifiliifoaiiani of N^nnTCiTlT, al I'aon, to 
hold a eontxnm tor tii ' ») ami 

OuotidiTtatiun of lb« 1 ■■< a^ 

glvvo bxality. Our bni ta»aj waa tnaa* 

Antiijuariao RcstorcheM. 


Kr. 1644, in OwcouBtjoTKcnt, 

whicb v*,t wvtvAomtA to fnUoi* tnm\\i»t\tf. 

ill KT9 IF'ir DU I 

DLrf of tliiit mr< i 

p 1«S< (>•*.■ uliLitjr ul lUl-U uuliui- 
t L-otiviiirv't ll>oai- nlio ar« M.-(p- 
tltelr fiilae. tiinc? ihal tiii>L>, 
rrl^udiiti, b«3iil<« Mm- AwudnlMMi 
Itjtnt.'l.'! i>i ruii/ tfi aiiil boMing' 
Wj UinJuii, nianj 

tir* 'i I till! t-in«>, 

ir i^ivBU lu till' |>iilj1>i- iuor» t^ue- 
t<* Ju«t tioitotitor tlif aiiiitjiitlln 
lul ttinn tud bitlicrto Imvd nf- 
tiDdy; tiiiHi- |ir»in-hr* fi>niiriii for 
,.;....,• ... 1 — 1..,-,! r<^,.gtf|] 

'■ Arcliw- 
I . _ -I v-irty, !«• 

n iSii\, ivitfa wli •rmriutnr* ir« 
^ratTilc-ithjn tli'w ilnv of i»«u> 
Miin^c^t f'vliitg:* of ^mmUliip. 
ti'iy iilioTiM be ntiililijilitHi Btiil 

Itlll . ■ ■ ' , , 'tlpT 

,for ■■'■ It K 

<rf .,L,_ >. .L 111- 

wonlij ortli* ii)n»L tfntm* cnii- 

Ttur vuiintv \<y>. it tm'it bu 

kiM lnvn rii-ctilarl) fuftAtiniCtf iu 

(■at iif latHnnrm iii I hi- it^nmrl- 

I ■ ■ ■ ' lUo 


JHI of UltiijUltic^ tmti Ii'str>ry. 


■, rnwn n i" 'li 

. .r oli^vTcl* "tti 

Ltjrv wrt* UUatltu lu l. t H 

Bllfh WlTIVl W-JTK, 'I if 

Lbcy luul K Bhifv Mtl ' tt 

*»•■, llirtrfure, Oi» <»'-i iii- 

vBntii?'' f" -in* ''■eali:) i i . .j, in- 

Mli. : on flrwB oibcr \wu iT tt-e 

(VMiiii .-.^ftodi rjMUid luUtert; 

tr(inkl iiM ulrU In piiitit Oct iiialijr llunga 
wblcli hnd v'cnj.vil t)i«qr uwii nlMvrvsllin).'* 
1 irutt U» Hnc bafipy conafqnniDr* niiy 
«itttic from Ibe pivuniL borarion. and Ui*t 
tri- tliii frnntotn iif iwr uitcrrcnne, Iho 
liU'rnl (-xcl'uijfi^ uf <Mr >(leM, and tl)^ r«n- 
■lunr wifli wliirli u-t' dnma onr MTrrnl 
■ipiniijiiB, HP unv •iicm-il in aslubri'li'Tiie 
frundlF raktion*. ni'rt (Vmn mul m-iiiinit 
friemltnip* u h!' ■ ■" i rs 

k* in Ni-irfriik : 1 .It 

jwliticnl c " • 'f 

tlw^r boinx ■ ■.- 

t;.-. F.n.1 I.. .... : ,, ,_., .., . . .^a- 

i<> ut till! iitMt oBt^Nging vnniU 


U , 1 

timt tliP cnul 

liirtiinn t" i 

I invr Iij JUT- 

•on* ' 

ii.iilB ^IW Hw 


llwoan** d*- 


- "I'l.t 

. irn. 

n tl>o " tt iii»ln 

n- MxEB^'nr,** 

...■ nol rmly f'lr t):- 


, fur llli> kii'i"!' 

tlwv ."•■ 

ihlttll. Iinl alxi : 


' la 




lu r-iifcL \\-*\ ipjui il. 


tit ra\r 

diapn^al, and I 


- ..r. all 

■ A* thnt )ir < 

i-IT uijbH1-i 







. !« 

.lu:. U':^ic:i l.-ju ijf Iii4 juyftW JU-Jc* c-itil^uitioi^ 

British Archamlo^al Axtsociatioa. 




mil Irt It bo T«iwn)b«rA<l, tlint howtvtrr 

triMinp Uii« ouy '-■ -• ^t to be bjr 

tkowi who au rbr>" ' i iduiImIIj 

OQ tllrvc OCMMOIH T .Cbcyonra 

■WK to An up «ik1 cmnplinG tbu Uulu of 
Uifl chain fif evidence r«i|i)in><j lo )nMtif/ 
Uw nitu:Ifuiiicu at wliirh wv inw/ Hrrive. 

In Prt'wwrt/ Anti'ivHUt till? Ildj o|i«i 
to tu t« «r llie OKMt inbcnnlin^ clmnii*tn. 
Pnnsinent in ibb cfaua nioat be niun* 
timwd StonwlMNiffV, — nijrstcrioiu inuun- 
BiMiU innintaiuinf tbo wcreU of tbwir 
orifpti M'illi iQilo»HtMbk> prrtinaviljr. »■- 
Biting Uia ni<)iiiri(N of mil aa<^ 'Orl alt 
effdrU MliirftcUJcilv to (dIvc t&c oriifiii vf 
ttu-ir iTe^lnn. and Cbd ptfpoaea ta wluch 
Uiflf wrn' (li.ilieaU'd. 'ilifl tra(liU'>ai ro- 
r am too obwuro to M>i«t In 
r' the dif&ralty. Weil, t ken- 
J bara bc«n tuwijZncH by thp 
BnbitUitTd Mki mipontttitKia to the uianU 
of olil, mmI be eTVB iiini^iiiwl to bv but 
thrt traiufbroifttion of their Imliviilu*! 
boilic* iiiiu B iiiBtcrial of suck ilurkbiUty 
xnd Impertilnblc natorft. 

It MOuU bo forfflipa to my [mwrnt par* 
|.o.. '.. ..n''-r ..Twi.i a romar of tlii' rirrniw 
til boon pcTimHlK-4tod iti 

TV;- .-voUon* ifotiion.*. UW 

duroa i« c*Uxniicit •■ tbc fint aiitluir lo 
who**) wn oaii a]ij>1y Kir InibriiiHtinii, timt 
li rvtW to tbrai when bu ti^ 

ll^ '.hr Boar. bi!yon<l the CdtaB. 

"I. lk« 
■ I . \\ ■ .i* the 

HiirutnA Aiinity, ihu norihip wa« c*r- 
■M uii In a dirular tFii)>h% withia • nta|^> 
■ilfl(>(nit anil coTiHcrntiul unnre. wbiMi^^u 
laraiHl ■Aim or fnUfs prranil forth tr> l.hi! 
doit* by (bit )>ncar> of Ibe ialani], urmni* 

Cnfnl hy (lit- hitivIg oT th«lr liarpa. "nic 
tKU-iKn uf lilts )i^T^ ''"' lilKt^ffian My», 
WB* their oifii. bat tbtiv liwl K-vti ti>i1-il 
by Wru-k", bikI «iri(iii» ofTiTiiig* nml ^jiA* 
bad b«en inaib: to tb« tt-Kijit'-, baTinj; in- 
arrij^linn* In ihi' lirti'V l«itpi«ite. Over 
til' 1 li?(Bpla( iwwuhIiiI tW Burt-a> 

d ■ <* and nilrr^ Tliis aHMunt 

ii l'iv->i 1 10 biTi- Tfl'cr net til tliA teai]tl« 

ftf Stoiii-hi-Un'c. .!. .. ri!*il by ocu oon-ly 
9,000 yfa'« »Ti>i-(>, ait.l ttiMi gl»Bti tipiin 
Ibo anth'iri'y of & writpr of • «til] mxrc 
R<notr> ani. iintiy. Miiny aoc^inta both 

of Um DUiHDifr etnl nrnit>;><rtiiPIit of lb« 

MOOM proHUunl to hnrf liiil>ntCMl to tliia 
ttBplf. «n nrina.-k»hle {<« Ibvtr M'rcral 
IH»|{ni(ade«, have 1i«i<n kitvo- Stnkrky 
gnile ri "-"■.■•;"'■■ iti ibcir nciabKnirlHwd 
•iMttnit ' luin'itiT tttitiMir^-'. Tbf* 

•ti.ilf*. A!.- -li.f ,n:M'Ml1, hut 

It I fnini 

til . I'lwns 

• dittanca £r^ui iht titc thcv cccupy of 


not loM Ulan Rftoen or sixteen mihs In 
thfir iiet(;bbmirb<x>il liave been riMiudllm 
boiM-i iif aiiimuU. utm. il«rr, and other 
boMl*] bqt IK) biiioan r^malna have bt«n 
dliOciTon-d. Tb«e are ofily to bo obtained 
fVom tboM circnn^annt borrovrii, now tca- 
damcl ail fauiibiU' In n« by the bdioara of 
Cunningtvti, llii'cbt'r, tl<jar«, Uuki^, and 
Qth<ira bii:hly ilictio;;TUsbed by tho ni- 
HardiM lbr;i haip umAei. TIm coonedoB 
of tlie ptibir* u( fttona witli tho aatro^ 
notaioal ftnd myilMikiffiad notion of Ihg 
MMKMla faavft Ird iHott aiithara td ron- 
iHK-t tbpin with nrirntal ardiilactiiro aud 
•ck-ncc. ami hcitei! to di-riie tlw* furm and 
arTAngmi«nt of the druidical tcnuplti. — n 
twujiW not Indtnod and cuvircd o\tr, liuC 
In ponrorinity wtlh tbeir Muu <)f tl»o nowar 
anil influrniw nf tlie Dotty, boandud oy do 
liiiiiti^ cncliMsl witbta no acnnty nJtrinc^ 
hut open to tho hravmn, mluiu^ tbo 
well-kiiowii niid adminKl liitea of Fupc^ m 
exprataed in Ida Unlvenal Pnqrer: — 

•' whiMf Mark h «U (pM*, 
Wbin* rIut, carih, Maa, •klca." 

That wbirb baa been banded dowa to ni 

or ris'nrdMl ■* babMUprg bo the mvrdotiil 

urdcT in Dniidina is ao doaely uliiixl to 

oriental cnttonu tbat we oaunot ho Kiir- 

priwd at tbi! mncbidoit* d«riv«d froui nidi 

nntMJvrntiDiM bi refaid to tltow oionu- 

moata mrbiob it will bo otir (^kkI r»rtuiii.' to 

•xaiotne during thin oon^^TMii. Towuilcin- 

plote tho*e hi^e aboMo^ anrmountcd by 

ih«ir jminlcroaa tnmaoma or lint^la— to 

murk, in the hutf^ago of St«>li4>l«y, " tho 

cliann* of aky bi^wcnn the jaiulia of Cbo 

triUtboit*"— to aw at it were ■ wbclo 

quarry OKmnted iii tho air, and to kmk 

n]ioa tlM- rtidc havoc behnr, rMombling 

" tltit bowda hT a mnuutnin turixHl inutlo 

out" — will be oar privilii^ on tbb ovo^ 

aion. But, imjirrfi^ct ad the n!ioiitna now 

ore, thi>y wiU jlH tervo to tVirni ii]xin na 

tlie ^vint'ictlon tbiit tbey mny b*v« boon 

OiM"> deiUcattd to the riint of a dirk and 

Biyitf-riou* relisrOn. *" IVrhiiim," any* tui 

«!nl)ia«a«tfe writrr on tbi« •Hi'jwt, "■ Ihina 

rcry Moimm hiiv)' revurbomttd thi> tbrieh* 

nf uiidiiiKbt tacriSctM, and itowl tlH- *\'^<ea,\ 

«viln«Heauf b>rbanNi«s'i)ie:t«titirin. fhtaitd 

by prioitcraft to *iiliiti.-ili' lint min U uf 

Rlmpl-r noatadnai ' I'-rbnp*. 

ID Ecntler powT, ttii - • • i.iHllolIiu 

vonga of iaercil IruLb luid buuiblr pii'tyi 

iMohil^Uuth'^viaJiof bnoianity toafifrro 

and ■iivaK'' ]'*'iiili'; and ' '. ■ ''■ UU- 

tami.d rtiiLln>ii of jiriin ■ by 

Mi-rrd ritM, mllf^l, aud k. i. ■• the 

i.)ij. ot of riT-Uitiiinj- tbcTO tuL-iviliwd lifc 

ni»t ri'llffi'Hi.'* Ni'itiKr U*i;fiwl, »<« fablr, 

the oral hicrvnlypbM of tlw (inUtt«r>d 

|iv:rin<l. aru to lie fttund ronvryiug to lu 

lnt4lli|i«tico of their erection or itUT^OH i 




Antvjuarian Researches. 


inSetilrmb«T,lB4'l,in tbemantyor Kiiit, 
Ki)d the tniHtiuE wna lielrl iil Cniitvrburj. 
It RU at tliAt tiii>e dfomid nvoiiMry La 
offer aiviltiit' lit* in fuviiiiroF such (inquiries; 
Otentr 1iii|>]iili|' Me ni'W BO tniigit m|iiir«al, 
ftir the n-tul's of lln>t inwlinc c^laulii'luMl 
ttt^in ■ llrm 1««t ttif! BtilitT i)f «iirb ninnn- 
blnjtvn, HDil ouuviuFPil Ukmo oho uro iitq)- 
tiniiiu to tbctr vuluv. Siiu-c tbut time, 
aiui>lkgcitli«rboilii4,b(«tdf« the Afisoriatiou 
ami lue lri»(iltit--1x*lon(-iii;; to mkI liotiliiig 
tlieir qrdtonrv nttingi in Ijondim, manjr 
Icfl »eirtic" hnvo rollMorvl llii- vxainiilr, 
• «l tln-Ti-ly given lo Itic politic moiv gi-iii'- 
ml nml inarcjiiJit noliuTiiortlicatiiiquIlin 
of our bland tlmn hitil liltht-rlo luwn mt- 
fonlo.l. AmAn^ltioMi branrliMfonnftl for 
tlic iinxwculion of nri'liin'iri|{<mt n-<4Hlr('h 
KlAnilx coii«|)i(iiiiii»lT llii' WUtfibiro Arcbtn- 
olrviral Blul Natiii^J Hiftotv tkk-ivtj. t*- 
tublishnl \ii IK5I, with w)i M.-iiiciiil>n ne 
liaio t)ie iimtillotiitn tiki* tUv of> 
olitin^' \a wariiilut f.«1inp of fri«n'il«hi;h 
Tlifit a wx-ii'iy ftlioiild I* iiiliilili»hi.-<l nn'l 
Rrnriidi in llui roiinty fntinol bi- a ninttrr 
of «oppriii?, for llii' lowiliiy ]>t»*i'Mt4 tn u* n 
root livrii* of ubJTx^iH of tlie d^ei>eit in- 
t«nst. Mild norlliy uf tliC inO^t «criout i-on> 
ridvrat'oii- TIib county to", it mint h* 
ndinitlcd, liM Uyu p>^ijr«rl3 fiTtuniilv in 
hitriii2 to ItMwt of Iftbonrf rt III thi' driwrt- 
ineiil of mnti(|iult<!*, who have ^ic-n thn 
worUl (bk itnpunaut niMiltt i>r tlivir ru- 
•WiTctiM. in work* whl*b cnnBtitfUe no in- 
aii^tiillc-ittit olijccta iti Ihv I'lbniriM of tinae 
wiiu ilcvoCe th('iii««Irin to, nnd iti'Itf^tit in, 
the illiKt'attnn uf Kntiqtiitin nnd liUtory. 
A moil^ni [Hirt »f iniif.h inrrit h'udrs'g* 
mini thn pnt.t iw tlitt \frrut text-book in 
Whicli tli<-> jjrvMtit ehotild mu lu Iwmhu. 
Eti'ArUDM) li the dnuglittr of Time, and 
ttic 1(1 oivlcitg* ut vrlial in furnii-r dny» wiw 
Hi'tiit^idl, both in n innml and ph^dml 
wiim;, cauiiot litit he (vnxluclivo of a;i>od; 
while * ntudy a thi- Vnutifiil in art, 
wlieilier Et U< B]i|Mir«rit in u nt-'tui' or un 
Ivy-covrK'd ruiii, (.•k-i-Mi's the ic-ntl mints 
tinil roHnM llic t»«lc, iTinki'iK ni^n Ui Im 
hertnr jii'li;f>( of \hv ^i^rf' inrnTiri^ of tlinir 
contivr[)oiiirip-, bH'I tn ni'i^rifiatii the rx* 
ccllflit<iiii. Of to ilolcot tlip fuulU, wliirh 
ni«y iLiIin^in''*)' tin- iTOtrtioiii from limy lo 
Uui« ■priiitfiu}; up in tlioir own country. 
The fnt«Ti\ia>lioa of tlio p«mit bodies 
with tkieir looil o(T«pring i« inndi to he 
dttfiiwd, and ■himlcl on wnriidy nh«ri*hr^ ; 
mutusl benefit mutt in«>ly r?»iili. 
Itili wc liiro rraliimtly felt daring uur iiwt 
COitfireai Id Sonivr««lxliirv nml in N-'rfotk. 
Til"* 1 p«pwt.-d l'p<i«id>i)t oft lie k* t«r b'"]y. 
Sir J. 1' Biilnu, Burl., well oliser'cd at 
the 'ue■^ ing at Norwirli, tliat " it w>i« too 
trup, ■•iLliiT from tin- iHdiilwnw whloli |>nj- 
TtUcd too (wnorally, or &oui tlio negwct 

irfatck wiuiMVmtotned to follow familiarity, 
tho*e who lived tu th« uiidtt of inter««ling 
ol'Jnrta were too apt to pais tWiu over 
nitboul BiiSdeiit utt^ntioiii ntid Kxne- 
timrs, fWiui a want of ani]tiiiiiitMiirp with 
vimilnr ubjtTt* which vxisTvd dseuhtTOh 
thi-^' tirre nnabte to trenoraliae, or to farm 
■ticli rumvL V rvrt, •■ tliny would do if 
tbey bad a luoru etilur^ivd knowltoljci- j it 
nat, theniiia*, (he conicivcxl.) a icn-at ad- 
mntage to any loality to Iw viuUil hy in- 
tnlligi'nt gvnttrinnii (Vtnn otlivrjiartaortlia 
country, wlio, nith frc»b ejea and int«reaC 
wnnM Ik' idilo to point out many things 
vtbii'li h^id iHratK'd tliL'irowuahwTvation.** 
1 irucl the Mine happy caRwqoMMir* nay 
cnFOc from tho pmcnt oeoanon, and tint 
hv tbp rrci'dom of oar ;ntciToiirH\ tha 
lionnil rxdian^ of our id^, and ths can> 
d'lur with which w« dt«mM oar wcral 
opiiiioiiH, wi! may iucv«c<l in oslnliliiOiiti^ 
friendly rv'liilioHa, and form and ceinent 
fr'eiidfihipe aa a0eciion;itoly in U*ilii1i'r<> 
iw iti Norfolk; forimrli b«ing ilrvoiilof all 
fi'ilitiral or othw- hoalility. atxl hariti); I'lr 
thrir Inn* tli? itlu<tnili<in of (he Hui.i«|iil- 
tJM and hlitoT^- of our eonntry. m<»t coa- 
altlute aunLC of tliO luoat engnpng> cvenU 
of our exlMttfoce^ 

TTip M'illshiie i?ociety baa liad the pood 
fortrn.' to hftv c bof n jtrfwded owr l-y p*r- 
•on* uf the hiKh' it atlaininent* atid Iha 
nio>l rvlim'd Ivto, mid tlie lUaeuorx.'n de- 
hrored by Mr. I'ouluCt Mcrope. tho Ki^'Ut 
Hon. SidiKry lUrlwrt, l.)i« l!«r. Mr. Jack- 
ion, tho lUv. I'reticndary Fan*, ami othrtu, 
piibtiehrd in tlie "Wiitshiro MRsaainc," 
arc valitaMp not nnly ffirtli* b'Aming th*y 
ili(()1ity. fiir thr Voon-luiljro of the »aij*ct 
tlw-'j cxliibil. bur abu for the aid tbi-y givv 
to nfi br pointinf^ nnt the deaid^rala par- 
ticTiliirly uorttiy iif imr i>r<^eTlt t«g>rd and 
altent on. Ii) maldnc tho armn^nianta 
fur Ibis toevlin; we havo powsT'uUy felt 
th- value ofnirh aaiiMnnoc, and bnve only 
to n^^rot that fVotu lh« vory Ibnitt^ period 
at our ditpoMl. nnd from the divLTUty of 
eii^^rintiiU thifl prCM upon na oo all 
■JHea, we are nTtnblu to Af^iitr a larger 
portion of tifnn t<j ihcir tMiindfratlon. 
(ilad, indifd. fhonld we havi» been to 
liavi- <-mbnici.-d a nunrcy of the wliole of 
thin tntmt Eot«re>tIniT eouoti, — a cniinty 
■0 ridi that the radius of a fuw niib^ only 
can with ndvantago l« nndcrlakoit by u», 
and within that rang*, and dnrinft the 
•hori jiiTiod of one week, we arv- eiiohliKl 
t'j brill)? itndi^r exAmlnation a »iirioty of 
iiiipirt«nt objecli in inatiy d^TjartmcnU of 
Antiquity Bivd Hiatory. Ilcrrin conaula 
thoa'vnnlage oftnch (rntbiTi(ifr«- K^eh 
ii-illvidunl it nl>l« to cniilribiite his inita 
and npjity hi* knowlcdgit to the ducida- 
tiun of Lhs labjocU uuder eanaiiWmtioQ, 


British Arcfutolo^fieul Association. 


Mid 1«l it bo rMnorobertd, tU«t howi'vi-r 
tridin^ tli«je nuT be nU«tned to Iw by 
thoae who to cliei-rfiiUv ainl m mod^ttlj 
Wi theae aMn«l»iM irmlir tti*'«i, tli»lf uflrii 
•rrv« tg till np ami compIiTtc \\k links i>f 
the cli»in of rridRtm rcqnircd t<) justify 
the oniirtuituinit ut irhioli w« tiin« ncrito. 

In J*riaiferal Amti'piitiea the lldd <4MU 
to ua U of the moal iotereating ctiarncUr. 
Pmnrineiit in tlua diui cnuil 1w ui«ii- 
ttoDod Stonehon^^— tny8t«rioiu nionn- 
nenti mninUininie Itia M>er«U of their 
Oiri^in vriMi inilDinitjililn UTLinacitir, M- 
•iming tlio ini(|iiiriui of all OKn mx) mII 
eJTortft ntiitriuUirily M wlvo tliu origin or 
their erection, and the pMrpowa to irhich 
tlwjr wvt* dMliotUd. Tho Irstlitinai ir- 
gw4ln)t tbtjiD lUV too obncnrtt tn luxiit in 
tho Mlution of tbo difflcuUy. Weil, iheni- 
tcm, ttiiiy tliry hnvn h^n Muigiml liv tliii 
unlrtlvrrtl nn<1 lupcrditdou* Ui ibc ){*■>')'■ 
of old. nnil ht «nin imnginwl to be but 
the tniiufurniation oj' Lli«ir iiiiliiriilnkl 
bo<ltM into a material of surti diirabilitT 
and iinperiohiiblc nature. 

It W'tuld be foreign to mjr TwwMit pnr- 
y.itf. Ill rntrr ii]((iii n rerie* of llw Tinonji 
tl>i'Orii'« tt>.il hire becii jiro militated in 
rcgnnl tn tliosw nuirf^Uimi ereitinn*. Dio- 
dartu u nt««-in(xl ■.« tlit? fimt aulliar to 
tphnni WP OJin ai>rily fur infonnatinn, atid 
h<.- H|'[)i:iin 1-.) ruf^r t» tlinn wbcnt lio tvU> 
uji tliiit utidirr t)i« Hear, b«yo&d the CcUbc, 
tb«Te wns an iKUnd to ilip north, litila in> 
fffrior In mnnitiide to Siinly, in wtiirh iho 
HyptrboTMna onre atlircil Apikllo u the 
HNprvtite diiinily. Tliin worslitp itmb ntr* 
lied oniu a circubu-U.ini>l<#, *ilhiu a u>Hi;- 
■iftctnl Slid conaecnrtel ^rovv, wfacnee 
OMcd annn of praiai^ ponrrd forth In the 
ddty hy Ihn |irini<s of tho lulunil, aeLimn. 
■mnied by Ltie iiiunc ut i\\K\r \\<tt\i*. Thu 
lutiKn <i;e of thin )tco]>I«, th« hUt'iriun Kayii, 
wa* th(-tr own. but they liail been viiiUmI 
by Greek*, iind rflriniu o(rmn[p anil itifla 
liad hoen mftde to the ttMupli-, huvine in- 
•rriptiiim in tht> (.Inisk laii^naire. Oirr 
tke town aud twnpip pn.Kidcd th*' Borw- 
Am, their prieatu nnd rtilcr*. 'llii» acoauiit 
b prfrtrnncd lo liavc refirr- nee to tlii? Icinplj! 
of S'oiirlienjTf, de»iT!hed by on>! nenrly 
2,000 yciin) sinte, am) thrn glwn upon 
llie anlliori'y nT » writw of a still Bmro 
r«mot« iintqiiity. Many nrroiint* both 
of till- numlfiT und nrntrit;oin<-nt of Mia 
naaen priMtimnl to have bclnn^ed to thik 
b'in]ilc, aa remailuJtle for their ■vvifnl 
masriihid**, h»»e been ifivou. Sttikeley 
tnnile excavations in thvir noighh>urfaood 
and in*titiit«>l nt)icr tiiiniit4> nnipitnr*. Tlic 
ataiiiBi, \m trill III. arv not arli^rial, but 
hitre iri alt iirolmtiility )<veu bruiizbt from 
the Urey V\'t<tlipni. on MarDiorotigh Downs 
• dnUuiM Dram the tit* Lhey occupy of 

uoA loM tliaii Hfte«u or ilxt<«a mllM. In 
their ucighlwarboad have \iwm fonud th« 
1wnt« of iminial*. axtn, deer, nnd other 
boaatia; Imt iki human renmiiu lure Iweii 
iliFCXA'otvd. I'huaa aru only to be obtaiiml 
ttnm thoM drctinqjacent Iwrrowe, noir nm- 
dernl lO familiar to lu by the iHhuura of 
CumiinKtoii, Hnicher, Hiiari>, MvXv, and 
olhora hii^hly dislingnishod by Uie ro- 
KMnclieM tlie)' have mttAn. The <!aiuiOXKHl 
of the pilUr* of ■torin wttb Ui* aatro* 
aoaiical and inyibolLicieul uotloiii of the 
aiinietitu hAvD lAil inoit authora b> caa- 
netrt Uil-ui witb uneulal an:liit««^iire and 
telutice. and hene<i to dtTiv* tbi> fnrm and 
arr«n^Tnent of tho dmiilial tvmptc,— a 
temple not incln*-»l nnd mvireil ovm", lint 
In (xiiifiirmify witb tlifir iilm of lh« jiower 
und inlliitniiw uf tliu Dviiy, bounil«'l I*} iw 
tiiniln, riu-liwid trithin no lULTity ihrine, 
but u|K'n to lh« bmvenav Tf«Ualntf the 
mil knoirn and ndmbod linn of Vog^ h 
expTvaM^d in hid Cniventitl IVajeT: — 

" Who«« trm|>l< t" nil "ptc*. 
WliokD altar, canli, an*, ■hit^" 

Thnt whirli bo* been ban'lecl dovo to us 
ftr riTortlrd tu tietomti'g; to U»e aarentotal 
iTiIor lit Druidiuru i* aci cloariy niliod to 
orimita] cniUiiiu that wo cannot Ui tnr- 
prvted at the conelntiaTU AeviwrA fiMin meh 
eon nid«rat inns tn re^rd to thaw raomi- 
mciita wb'wh it Will l>u our ((ood furtuiie to 
einitiiuv during lhi» i.'orij;K-««. To eonUMII- 
pl^tii tliuse hngc ■t'lnca, ■nrmuvnUxl by 
their ponderouM tnuiKirai ur liDteb— 14> 
marlc, in the Language of Scukeley, " tbo 
rfiasina of aky hetwitm tlie jnmba of tlui 
trilillion*"— to aec at It werw a wbulct 
(juarTy inonnted In the air, uud to look 
u;i»i'tLe rndf linvoc l*l«w. i-eacmhllng 
'■ thn boKpU of a icrmnlnin tiiniwl iixide 
out" — will he our ifrivil.Tp; on ihU oeca* 
won,, iinperfi'ft us the remain* now 
nru, tbry will yrt servit li) furet" ujwn lU 
Ihv iTiMivitition ttwt titvy miy hAV« be«a 
OTior d»Iiiait«d to the rit«9 of a diirl; and 
niynterinu* rdizion. " I'erlisr.a," nay* an 
cnthndaaUe wiitwon this salted, "ilwse 
wry tUmxt Xan* rerorb^rated tlw sliriuks 
of inidni|f;ht •atxilictia, and itood the «iei)b 
wituiMCvsuf burbaraatauperatiiion, fnnnn) 
by pT^HCcnft to anlj(vr>t4> tho n>in<l« uf 
■itnpl'-r BMii to flread aiitiiirity ! P-rhaps. 
in ucntler {mim'T, tlicy havn tiil«iiL'd to tho 
Toico of nunsl tr^itli aiid linmlile pirty, 
Uaching tbi-< loMOiw of hnmnnity to a 6rmi 
and wvHxe people; aixl binding tho Hi)' 
taniud vtiihLrra of priaueral fomto by 
Mfred ritM, sattH. and no more, to the 
ohj'etof m-laiiiiiiig Ihent to civilised life 
iind rrlisrion." NVithiT legvnd, nor falde, 
tbe oral liivrutil^-phTft of the Mnli'tt«rwl 
Ptfrio.i, arid to lie found <vinvoying to na 
int)]llig«nc« uf thair araotioo or pnipocr j 



Antiquarian Tiexearches, 


the ri|{tit at Kiiic Awlnnnas Lo Uim (Ii«- 
tioL-t'ou. aiul » ditiHMvd to waiico ttio <1«- 
Hratlon of tba name of tfao town to > 
moTD rviiiolo, tuorc probiibl«, auil mure 
■ligtLttivd origin. In AniLrwIiurr, b» mvs, 
w« rwogniM tliu tonn uf Ambnt. Ubuo- 
AmhuT, ho fiirtlirr trlis tw, upon tho 
Kutboriljr (if CntDilrii, in n qhI.iI itonc 
nmr Peauiico. in CvniwtdL, uf vul Irij;- 
Du^ jet «a]»Ma of Iwiug iRored bv * 
little flitj^r. Miicu-Aiiilier lio duivat 
fWwn )Iu>>n, Che ilritiiih for a ttoiie, and 
tikBpufKn tlid iiruvlc for divine or holy>— 
t)iu> we h*ve in Ii«tiii, liiipiii AiiibrtMMua 
or I'eLra An-tinwia, 'IIilti- urc oilier [Mir* 
tieulur* Diat iuit;hc bo giIimI iu auppurt vt 
this «l:jnnol<^', wlilch nuv bi> rmiiul in 
Stnkrlo}' and othor autUoritira. Mr. Uuku 
hu pomaw] tli« kulijcct, Rud intiainlet bit 
■cqnioMcnc* in the ojJnion iiy n crtuurk 
wortlij' uf nuticp, relating to tlir Iliidlitg 
1b the nCT^hWurlKKxl an uriuicnl i-ncMmp- The ffiuon vrnnl for riimp is * hury* 
— Ijcrioe lit" "Lv in Auilim-lmrj-, or bnrip, 
tho mill) near ilx- liolj itoiivn. Tin- ititiiij 
ftt Amwbury if Ihimh a lu Llut ol* Vt^ipA^nn, 
bnt Ihc ■t)thori[>' for tlie auiue b »'Jiue> 
wliat ilfiiililJ^il. The c:1iiiTcli at Aiuenliury, 
tbouifli dp|nived of inuat of lie ancient 
fWtorM. will he found to ho worthy of 
our att«nliou. 

The barrowM of WilUliira wv both nu- 
merous and ToHed. If oppnrtiinitv itlti-t*, 
i *lwU draw your noticw parttiuLrlv Iu 
thia HDhjert, whieh ba*. bowevur. been 
kboriouiily vnrked out by the lute Nir 
Ridurfl Colt, iliwirc. Unil. Tb« lU'v.Mr. 
Fmne will Dbli|{iti|;ly drtail to iik tlic par- 
UgbIjws uf tbu ciAuiiiiiitioii ol' tho iiiott 
renoit opening oTn )i>irron-iii t.lii* i^niint.y, 
and difplaj Iu m the iii(or(>*tia); i-niillK. 

Afnonp thow- to whom Wiltdltlri; i» lo 
b« ronnidcrt'd as nnilcr groat obli^iLiona, 
must bt.' mi'nlinncd tbt< liislurian of Snliii> 
bory, tlie litto Ilnory llntobvr, nii originnl 
nHSiher of our Awmcintion. who ricrlMl 
liimae-lf for our wi-lihrr to thr clone of bis 
lil«. Tlie liitKitin of tbi* |;vntl<riiiii:i bjtru 
bcffii duly tstlinatMl bv all true loven of 
BDtiqonrian anrl liinUinval ri-srarcli. Hav- 
ing paid ii>y trihril.^ or rt>i;ard and vxprec- 
*iOD of the ficitliii^ of the AtBOCLHtion upon 
bb lot*, at our toiirth l'ongn=w. held at 
Warwick, in 1817, I torlx-nr lurtbrr to 
allude to blui on tbu ooca>ion; but J Km 
nuxioiia to c'oTT4!ct fto error into which 1 
fidL wbi-n notidue bl« rMenirha* iu n-ln- 
tion lo tbp cxplomtion of the annieiit 
p&bwe at CbLn-ndnn, iti company with 
Dr> Iticbsrd FnnkT. I h>ro in«titiancd 
th« IntteriiiOKt hi^^1i!jri'j>pn-t«liui(l learned 
gontloniao as ili« tale Dr. FoHltr. Long 
may it b« cro thut word ia duly applicnhlo 
to nini. We bavc Ibc gr»t (^li^ottion 

of having Inn amanf; Oor Tic«-Pmidcnbt 
on ibis occaaioB, wUli pow«n of mind and 
atubbliity of mumen lUw to all UmU. U 
pnau»{;, vigorooain his recoUeetian of jiaat 
time* and onrly diwoveriMi and >t tb* 
fldiHQLx-d BiTD of 92 ynirs. ]I« hits th« 
tnvialilc dLttiui'tiim. and Inns niav W ooo 
tiiiur U> cnjuy it, of iHntig tlui ralhvr of 
tin: Boynl ^tuciuty, and of him It inky b« 
troly aild that ho luia not foiled Ut kMp 
prOiu;r*si ntth tb« latviided (11to)v«rtea in 
H)«inco which ktivo b«mi produced dnring 
his kmi; tnd honcnmd cancr. To Mr. 
lliitciirr wc prolwibly owe. in <ionjniiC!tioQ 
wilk ha friend Mr. L'nuoiiigton, (a grand* 
aoD ofwb'JU), with ktudr«tl anoMtnitl flr«^ 
b a rDcnibcT of onr Cimgreas nunmilte^) 
the flist «u^-i-eHtiuii to rxplcire Iha^ barrowa 
of Halitbury lliuo. Ur. 0»a^ lu wlwai 
Mr. llntcbcf i« atlachtKl, embnuwd bis 
view* in this mailer, and thry were ufUv- 
wnrdr AirlhtT t.iirrii.'d out by the Intc Sir 
Ittclurd Colt lUvm, Bart., with di*- 
tinKuiiliid su-LVtsa. Mr. Hntthw COH» 
tributt^ U) our WLnchnster Trausactlona R 
viUunbiu paper oD tho lUnanii rv»da and 
stations of lliuiipthire, and wa« engaged 
upon a lufmoir uf Uinliard of CiretiMvter 
for onr tilouwalcr congrea*, whru tlio 
handofdouth mthcr unexpMUdly removed 
liiiii from ainong ut. I'rum his pen, bow> 
ever, vre were bo fiirtanat« rn to rocmra ft 
r«iMrt OH R4}mnii t«*HbU«d pareraeut at 
\^ «tt Lkmn, Wilts., which bat been priiilod 
Slid Iltnutrated In our ^^'iodieator folotot^ 
(pp. 239— S45). 

Old Sarvm.— The fincit Ciampl* of 
(tartbwivlia in tlw couiilry i* uflvrtd ■■ 
tho n-niiuii* uf Old Saruiu. Various aro 
th^ periods f'inlinticed in thli nio«t vatn- 
ablc rtlic. We liivi- Ain-Jent Itritiah, Rth 
inaOi Svimt, nnd Daiiinb, nil beforo oor 
oyca. and wc canuol too gruedily avail 
ourMlvM of Lh« upparlnuitjr now oftTcd 
OS to rantcmplola its rariow peeuliarilio. 
In the Rurvmr of this InterMtiiig spot w« 
■hall have the advaiilagv u<' Mr. 11. J. P, 
SwayDo'a jjuidanue, end bis liiM.>wJedgi: of 
tba londlty t wbUct onr &bU> and luamud 
aaaociate, Air. Ueorgo Wre Irving, will 
favour tis with bia rMnnki on the oon< 
ttnivtioti vf its wrlhwtffkit A«. Old Sa- 
rum is known to buve b^i an aiicisat 
Britidi I'urtrtaa, a city of the B^lgn. 
Alfr^l made entrencbmvnts and pilU»adM 
AJ>. 672. It was the scat of a national 
ooiinril in 9G0, when King Kilgur repelled 
tlio Datitw. In ](>B6 thu Conuucror lii:re 
rstublishvd tlii^ priuciplv uf tiiu Ftiud.!! 
Syntrin. It wiL* lit tliia time a staUtf 
fiirtraw, ami hf!d in ruyHl jmweiuion. 
Oilier oouuciUwt.>ri* belli by WilUnia HuAu 
in iOUG, and by U^iuy 1. in 1116. 

Hvrtuan, bishop of Wiltou, chaplain ta 


Britith Jrchaological AMOciation. 


fUnrd tk«> CniftvMT. mnuvnl fWim Sttwr- 
bonu\ > SH amt«<.l witli thnt of ^^'ilton, 
■ml tAok up tki* nxitU'itrc ftt SctimliTrig 
ortJttruin, uIhioL (U jnr U>TQ ur 11)77. 
H» ditti in 1078, and otiU tbetcftTO lM«a 
done little or ptrhipd notlrin^ in rfffvd 
t> the buildin); nr tl)i? tattxSlTvl Imt«, 
vblrh i* t;mor«lk ultriHiititl In lltibiin 
OnniuHl, nbo, vitJi tbit nmisUocv vt Wnf. 
kcliiio. )>tiil>np lit WiiM;lM*t«r, aikI J»hii fif 
Halb, iV'iMrcratcil it on ihn 6th of April, 
l*J&2, tbe chnrt«r «f it* roQiiiUtiuu bvinK 
of n dat« 0D« lenr iirwMlins. DiU ac- 
tnttipliilml, tba rour of tlie towi-r (nw 
sliwlljr k>t(T ftrack hy ligkltiing, uxl tb« 
gnttlf ii^jumL 'flic i-ili-tit of 
M nitMKlcinblo, ko ni> finrl in the 
(Hiroaicle uT K«l)Ert ot GImi* 

*• to «NM )j1anit« WM fTfU y*f> *" 1^1 ■U >• 

Tb' n>r at lb* •»¥*(« ef taUriMrr R bXMitUh 
Uju^ffnuicTTtieda/ilMibD jiiAtacd wm>" 

Omund «■• k Korman, and fame into 
Enyluiil witb Ifa* Cuminunir. bimI Iu him 
It « ■• ■utar>qiwtil7]> h*lid bf tbn Barb uf 
Sat!«)>cin, Buil il ut not tuprohabla that 
1>7 tbli alti^nitJim in tlie unagetneirt at 
Ui« niaUNkaui, tbc diapnlM bn t wgco the 
aoldiiira and tbd primta w<«a ppoawt«d 
and psibohL OtnuBil wm a man of 
gnat noUucity t h« nai Km-I of Uoract, 
niUl nbn Lmd Chanedl r, «Bd hj bia put- 
aeMfon ot variooa <ra)aa)ila minora wm 
toaUcd to ndow the chonh of Sarum. 
TUi «aa (.'ftvKd bv i.-hnrt«r. April 5, 
1091. and ntill«d it }lutin^ bv WiUiun 
B«1W The aitaatiMi of (b« old cburcb 
at Shmn hriag witMn tiu* wall* of the 
royal tartmm, tna caiiona atiil otbera br- 
eam* «&pawd l« iaaalta flraai tbe tMitrj. 
Tba plar*> wu alaa OBKtnial, bmng ivpre- 
•CatMl oa " biuvru, iry. hiwI ti.ilitArv. vi- 
poaod to tb« raitv of lh« wind*," nnd tlw 
dtnreb fria further coaiparad to ** n cap- 
tifaon thi* hill, wbrro it wm built like tita 
ark Of Ood, ■hat up in tiie pni&na booaa 
of BaaL" TIm L-mwl* aud afltaya an de> 
•cribcd bj UafTbnn. a wriur of tba time 
Of ElitatwUi. 1 beaa auaed tbe uifcratimi 
to the prti gB t urat in lh« rviga of K>«h. 
anl I, After Ibis, Old Sannn andrra-vtit 
aunjr rbasgra. Lelaml. tn wlknii «■« muitt 
all rafsr, apraki nf it aoAtr tfar TVtK<i 
of Henry VIII,. a* a tbini; "that hath 
liacoMia BOaivnt and nvevdina atrai^. but 
VM U» BaOdinf cf Xvw Satubyri. It 
iraal toUlly to rataa. 8mb thlak that 
lak of wuUt caaiad ibe Inltalntanta to 
T«>Cnr)itiM-ti tha pUert T^ new* tbwn 
BWBf wpUei ijf fwcta wain*. Sum ny 
that after in t^nio ot rifii warra that 
caatalW and wautUd luwaca won k^t^ 

Qot. hUii. Vou ecv. 

thai the CkctrilauM of Old Saraabyri and 
the nanonf eoold not agr«a, iaaoDincfa that 
th« Ca«tHlan«a i^oa a Una pr«liibit<d 
tbi'in coining liain« tnmt ptnenannn and 
n>pititfii to i»-«nt»T tlio iowne. W|mt» 
ttpun Lbf btihop nnd tbcy consulting to^a* 
th(T at the beat hrt^iin ■ cbtirch cm their 
own proper aovle, ai>d tht-n tbe people 
rtvortcd atraiC to Kwr Siirabjri, aikd 
Iniildid llHTf; aiid liirn in'cantina<inoe 
wrr a great ntinibcr of the hmuea of Old 
SaKHbjri pidltd down and aet up at Ncvr 
Sarubjri." Stnluloj vUia.1 Uld Sarun 
at a tnucii biw twriud, ainl iu 1723 p^ven 
a di.i«(TiptIcni of it in bia ftinfraiiam 
CWnioram. Tbe walls at this tina vera 
«till BMiiifnt. and part* laf^ A vary 
aniall portion is all I onuld datect whan I 
viewad it a fuw naiMtta oineoi 

Thft chanire of chunJi from Obi tn Now 
Sanun was i-fltrted bj Itlchanl l'aup«r, 
or Poore, and of tbl« event Dean ^^'llliaIa 
da Wanda bae piroD a pnrticolar Mmmit. 
A woMkn r)(a|>c] waa begun in 1219- Tba 
tfaandatioB of tbo catbodral waa laid a 
1280 h;r the HUbnp, who plactd the int 
atooa (or fVpa Uouariua; tbe arenind ftw 
StaplwB Laaivton, Arelibiabop of Canter 
baryt the third tor Umaetfi tbe rootth 
waa lud by Williain Lonfnije, carl of 
Samati aiid the iHUi bv Kin de Vltri. 
couutaa of Salia'bur]', hu wife. Otben 
wcn> then placed by variotu noblemen, 
thw ima, enapnnter, eboncpllar, tmuaror, 
arcfadaneoaa, and eaaois. In 1225 tt w^a 
ftttad for the pertbainanve uf divine aer- 
TKKV and aolnnalf eelebtated on MwIm^- 
mas^;. Tbree altnra celebrated ^—1. 
To Holy Trinity and All Saint*, on abich 
tbe maaa of the Virgin was to be dnil/ 
mng; 2. To tit. Peter i 3. Ti> St.Stvphea 
and the reel of the niartyr*. 

Ttie hc^iea of Uottond. B'lger, and J oee- 
tine were bronght bom the eaaUe of Samm 
to the mw eatbadnd In 1I26. 

In the dqpartoMnt of Anldtaetiual An- 
tiquities we ara furtnnata in baring foe 
oar owiaKWrathm one of the nort inter- 
estinfc ef EnffUth cnihodnU, and tho eon- 
tinuation of Its hiitorj will be eiblbited 
in 11m eootae of tbe nannination «f the 
edlBcw, plaoed In tlw able haodi of Mr. C. 
E. Davis, Iroin wboac kvturv I iloulit not 
we ahall dcvive ntnrh MiUifiMliftn aud in* 
atruelinn. It U to be UiuenEcd tliat the 
nmiaria made by IVofrasnr Willi* at tba 
Enatitolr mcwlinx <n ISttf bare niA been 
priiiled. 1 trust (bry are merely ]Miat* 
jionedi but 1 (mmioc but fiwl (L-arfnl la 
reftard to ibi-ir apiHimrtfi- alter IJ>« lapaa 
cf ao lenit a p^rwol >ui>i-« Ibrir ilrlivevy. 

Aawng thv rrrlrMiiittral crtaUtiluaeBta 
pettaiuing to tialiafanfy, ire maat aot oanlt 
to entaDoala a bonae nf Kranctscan er 



Antiquarian Retearchet. 


Grev Friftra. uid anntlm of Drtminiauifl 
or Blutk Friar«. Tliu foniifr wna cvtti- 
1>li*liHl by Biihop I'oote in 1227. im-l wii« 
iltiialu D«ir t') tUe »»it)i-«irt eDtntifv to 
the CloM. I^lund mfiiticiiM anolhtT, th« 
fha>ti)ali(in nf wliidi h«> atlri'iiil'i to & 
dtiun i>i Uio nflmc of I*biJ ■, or SuJr, and 
■t-ralu t\t it u huvinft ht ii riiunrcil fmin 
Old Sarnin. Th« Hlu-rk l<>«n wua ut 
" FlBoliertowD " » suburb of SiiliabufT, 
butll near the brid|^. Its foundation wu 
b*lf • cciiturj after that of (lie Orvj' 
Vri>ir«, ai>d it ia RtirltniUil to t'Mwaid I. 
tind Archtiuliup Eilnnirily, to wltoin Gcd- 
win aMTgii* i-ii. iri^ly its cndowinetiL No 
Tn'.<|;«a reiuniu. 

Bvbrv I qv't thia part of my aubji%t> t 
mwt Mention that we have to visit thla 
dav three chnrcliw, thoni: af St. Ihoimui, 
St.'Ed>nnM>l, aiid ::>t.Martin. Tlicwihonld 
bu tbo r^poritorif of jinmli liintory, and 
^MHiM tliL-ir rrronl* \w rortlirominfti — 
and in tbia rcapcct l\vm i* iii> luck of 
kiitilm.'M or lilwmlity be»,~Mr. Black 
Mi't 1 Mm Mir^ iui[>Rrt to iit aomu curioiia 
InfcinnaLion. Lot all ln*«ri^ii>nit h^ carp- 
ftilly oopinl: thna aro of thv utnmt con- 
■equencoi and tlwy ar^ the moat cvan««- 
omt of tLin o^jn'ta wo biiwe to dut with, 
yvt of bow niiii'h luigwrtHnn) ar« they to 
tbe herald and thu gini-RlnKtat, buw nuny 
DiHwtMtf r]o they aoivo to D:l up bi tbe page 
of bi«(ary. 

The church of St. Thomaa ia to he liyiked 
n^n a« the alOeat parochial tnnc-liiur.i of 
fjaliabiny. However wrly thu dnto of ita 
crcciiori, [ fimr but littlo of its ori^in-l i* 
now to be lecn. It i> (^norwlly lielirvcd 
bo bav« CI 'Until nlnl a cLapcl of ram to iho 
Otlbcdral, ntiU Ihv dat«> uot^iu^-] lo It U 
1240. nnilrr lh« cpi^cap.ii^y of Richard 
Biogbaiii. The arcliitcrtnre i> thcrcfiira 
Cifviil with tlie cailo'dral, nn>l it ivlib da*di- 
Gnt«d lo Tbonia* i Bccket. Twculy years 
•jncv, our oaaoclale, tUc talc Hot. Kitw.ird 
Duke, minutvly exainl'ted tbia chiircli, aud 
he liM tfirun ntiafuctory «v«denoc to ihcw 
that it waft originally a building upon a 
miM'h CRiBtlt^' extent, tliio tbu jiiTneut; 
that it cun'ifU-d siiDi'ly vf n imv« nuti a 
chniicel; that tliiTi-ni-rc tieicl>er»td>-uialr« 
DOT clmncrl", tn-itbtr clcr* atory nor tOWiT. 
Tbo flddiiiuns Buubi to uiid itie ulU'ratioiK 
eObetMl (ti ihe onirinal bitildin^ inoy bo 
bund itated t>y Mr. Doke. ibo Umtb 
beneath tliw centrw nnrli, (wiutlly bucHImhI 
to tho Zhikn of Biu'kiiiahnm, hAv ndcd at 
Salitbuty in 14S5, Mr. Uulu^ think* on^la 
to be aa-igneJ to Rotit. Q^Hliinmitutie, ibu 
prw nawd (bander af a chantry bnllt to 
the north of the cbanml. and mnttionrd 
In the Bishop'* lU-gwtry of hiititutiiTM in 
Ills, llie only piTtiuna uT the cboreh 

o^la of bang nwgniied m britinging 

to the ariBUnal. w« are lAld, eonaiat of 
"thn arch dividing th« naro from Um 
chnncel, niid m much of tbo iralk of tbs 
nave and the chanoel na ia ahore Ibe aatn- 
mita uf the archea niid Iwnealh the hoe of 
the capllHla In tlie fariiivr, niul the VaoM 
of thi> windows in tlie biltvr." 

St. ^rfuiuH^. — Tliia «*i built before 
1 370. hy HMicip U'xIUT »« la Wytr, and 
waa H cullc|pat« furs ptovuot auU twelve 
seeiiliir oitiiona. Ther«< ari' no remaina 
left. It fell t'avn in 1663, and hn« he«a 
entirely rehnilt. Tlw aoal wn* in th« poa- 
•enij)n of Itichard Uawlmaon, and it «■!• 
grari'd in I.c1andii CQll*et»mttt. (vol. rl. 
p. 2H3). De hi WylB waa buried in the 
church by tlie alUr, (1271). The* ait* of 
th« collc^ wna purchaacd by the VfjxA- 
liams hi ]660l and b atill in their poaars* 
duiL CoonecAtd with thia cbnidi an 
an lie aingular proee<^inga In th« Star 
(!tiBinhrr in the year 1(132, agniiiat the 
Kfcorder of Saliabnry, fur the demoUtioa 
of aome painted |claaa, upon which Mr. 
UoruiNii fiabcr will obli^ Da with the 

5/. J/irrVi'n.— Aecanlinft to Lo^and, "k 
pftn>che cbiircb of tft. Martinc atood on 
the life of an old bama on the uor^b aide 
ufthubo«pit4il of SI.NiehuUs." Ledwtdi 
roiitenda that the chiirctt waa alwaya ia 
ila prcaeiit artuatioii, It eonaiata of ft 
Dave and two aialai. a ehanod, and a toner 
at the weet, and bavins a Bpwe. Tliera 
aro uiany (Hiinta of inlrrent to be riewcd 
in thia building, and tbe ati«otion of our 
tnembcTa will b« dtriM^ted to tbe foot, 
piaciiia. &c A irraut of tbe dat« of 122S, 
I'rom Biahcip Boure, aBaiguin(f tlie cburcb 
to « pe'ieat of the tuimo of Uinvey, b awU 
to he ntant. 

Sa(utnity. — In tbe cianiinntinn of any 
flunviit (ily it ia to l.i'lniitt that uniiijoa- 
rica inutt nwvrt. Hia liitiueram« are in- 
valaal>l«. T'tw-y huve, as far aa H UubirA 
I( K 'iiecriKXI. been in<i«t judii-luu-Jy printed 
in tbe " Wiltabin; MHipuiiic," with th« 
ii Inst rations ot Ibc ttiv. Unnon JAckaoo. 
In IjcUnd'a tlmn SnlUhurr, or New 8ar«a* 
byri, witli ita •ubniba, ocmpinl " twT> good 
n'Uca in eonipnM)." The aitc af the iowb 
ia (leaignatMl as " playne end low, and aa e 
pan or reeey vi-r of ingat parte of tbe water 
of WlltahLiv." Hence Bidiop Dou^lai baa 
in no very eomplimentafy pliraaool<>t;<r Miid, 
"tialiabury !■ the aink of thtr I'liiin; the 
Cluae the aink of Saliihury ; tliu [Uaoe 
tbe (ink of tha Cloee." We dudl aooa 
have i^oud reuon to aee that thuaa tenne 
aril no Ioniser descriptive or applle«t>leh 
and that the judiciotu measurca adopted 
for tlic unitary imprwement of tbe t»»n 
luivc cStKtnally relii<ved Suliibnry IVota 
tUU aligniL Th« muiy Hnuinkta that 


British ^rcA/foIoffical Association. 



vera Ifamwrlf Tkllil* in lU tli« ulrvoU 
liavc diuppearpd. and the pictnr«wqtie ef- 
fect* prodiircrf bv Ihi'iu iliai|ulr(l. Henllli 
cmimiil lie o>n)iicli'ri>(l a* t<xi flntrly pur- 
vluiirtl mc t)iv vi^-nwi of Uw bmntil^l. 
Tlie city At tbi» d..y prfwmta to us » vrry 
dilTeicul Biipp€-t Ui HlMt in acrtMl down 1^ 
tlwt ijnitiitt luid oeoo'itric obvcrrn*. Saniurl 
Pi-pys. Wbcn ia IfitiO be |xt!d a vinib Co 
Galiabary, wi bit roiul be viitrn'it llie Tr- 
tiflcatioii pf Olil Sunin, wIjk-Ii lie Ti/und m 
prodifious n> to Iriifht liim to l« in it nil 
alone at night in ilic ilnrk- Arrivnl herr. 
bi>ir«)T>r, nitliimL any nii«t-hiinr«, lio took 
«|i Iii« abudo hi tliv Oatkl' Inn. wlit-ro 
be lay til a ailk b«{| tuid liad i^iy good 
diet, tor wh'oh, lioii^vtr, Iw liad to i<ay 
nibrr lioaviJy, and by whicb bo Hiy« lie 
wa* uind. nti'l ra*olvod to trouble tbe nils- 
tttna nlimit it imd gi't ■unietbiii)^ lor th« 
poor. In that ill buinoar ho chimc away, 
out )iad Kfn ruriopN pnrtn of the city, 
ftrliich L» decignatca a brnirfr place luliiiir- 
iiif; tbv mlnrfvr, tbc murVcl {ilnce, the 
neat large clow, aod the line Patace for 
tli« hislii^. Tlio ri\'tT, Ii« My 8, went 
tlmougli I'Tcry itrn^l. IIu nlaj vi»il#.l 
Stotwbon^ of tbo iDonunienta of whirli 
be *ayi m fimnd thnn a* procli^at m ony 
tela bo ever heard of thmi, and Morth 
going the journey to wo. "Oid ktinwa 
vhu Uutr 000 im I" hecielBitnod; "tbey 

an bard to tell, but iH may bo tnld." 

Some good tpcclnienii of di>mwLi>- arcbi- 
l«ct«» are still to b« found in Salbbnry : 
hat tbti gmlrr pnrt btive diMpiieared to 
suit the pivii^'wi of *f>riity and icint^y 
tbe eflcvts of time. It is to bo lamented 
that the record* left or these arc but 
tcaiity ; hot tbeir reiaoTal oTMirrrd wlim 
no epirit of archiDol'^ wm ebroid iiid 
■KhMologioil aoeiAttea cxmld h«rd7 be wid 
to hftve nixtei). Tlie lubourrra for f<Mf 
t4rrity wrre fnw in nninher and cbarv In 
thu wslcr-Unn (if tiieir snbjecti. tliir re- 
ajH-cled unil veiwrnblc Binnriati>, .Mr. J. 
Adi-y Iti-pton, bus kindly fort^m dod lo mo 
■k'tebet of tome Bndent liiiilur Iioiikm in 
flaHatnt;. The old Cuuneil Cliauiber t>aa 
a pIrtinv*qiM> ballilinjfoTwuod, of tlteilate 
of 1^73. Tlirrc «a* » tenur OnUdball 
neniiioied by Leiand 30 j«im antevior to 
tliia time, oalleil liomut tittiea, of which 
tbere is ext«ttt a woodrnt. 

Th0 Ball of John HaiU.—To the re 
•carcfaM of tbe lute Hev. »lward Duke, 
■n aaaociato of our body, *e ar« Indebtrd 
for particulara respmiiiie the builder aiid 
pMHMAr of one of tbo most iiitrratiKg 
reanina of doniPiAtc urrfaitprturo in tins 
oounty. Et may, perlia|M, be a qnntion 
UBMie Hnie aiithnritir^ in l-bi* brni)i-h of 
art, Whatber Cruaby Hall, Tiiiil(<d hy u* In 
one of oar city of London vuunimtioiaf. 

the srratcal in point of ibe, or I1i« Dull 
of Jotiii Halle. Is lo be lanst admired. It 
la not ■ lilttu (Virion* i ha lx)ih Sir Thtiniu 
Croaby siid Ju)in IIhUv thooltl Itavn boD 
of ttw same calling— liolii W'jol-iilai'ler*,— 
anil tb't thi-y tliintd hnve in ro »\igaA 
■ Tnannsr displnyt-d tlicir reifani fur tlw 
beautiful in lli« dotauicic arvhltectnra 
nhieb di*tinguial<et their halls of iMiiqueC 
Ainonif the uti{'>ci* lo wbich oar atlvntiou 
Is direeted in tbe eKmninatioik of tbe aa- 
dint r\inains of i he <ily of Ssliiibiiry wdl 
U' fojnd, on the Nriv Canal prent1a<a nOiT 
in tlw orniijiation uf Mr. Rob. rt Fayne^ a 
lull or rcfei-tory, which, by the tai « and 
spirit of tbe \iie Ur Siimton IVyw, wm 
reuovatiil with ^rmt jii %muw, nn>t is 
now exhibited to us iu iu origiiiaJ sLm aind 
pp portion A. 

1» lfa« exravatlon* making ftir sewen 
Id SaliiJniry, many interacting nutitpiitin 
Wrro met with, aid will hcoliUgniKl.v rx- 
h-hiU'H ton* by Mr. V. W. Brodic. Soineof 
tbeae Iutu bern laid before the SocU-ty of 
Antiqnariia, and U'ltea in mlation to tbom 
aiv to Ije found ftoin the pe<i i>> .Mr. Ak<«- 
man in Uie /Irehmolosia, (voL ixivi. p. 71,) 
flccoinpaiiied by appr«print« iUtistfatijiis 
ol'soiieof tho missile w«« pons. There ar« 
ntlii-r*, liinreiFT, cqigally deocrviug (.fbeiSg 

I liove thoseninnented the chief «hjic<» 
of lb« hniiioili»t« lomliTy wv hnve aelwtrtl 
for this year's I'saini'iaiion : hut tlk-re iirti 
olbcrs iif wliicb I hive only time l.i inakt 
mention. Tlie inaprclii'ii uf Ihi'se tar«cnil 
places will offrr to ni iibundaiii ojiiior- 
tnnity of giving dno nttvuiJoii t'l Uiuir 
hittnrin itnd pei->diarit'eib At L^ke Boiisa 
wo alwll luirr iJie jtialilliiitioii of uupi-Gt- 
■nir ilie colli'ctlou of antiquitita lormed 
from the locrility Ity the Into Kur. S.i<*anl 
DultK Tlie uuiiision ileelf is interesli-r. 
and its history may be ' rncvd im part of 
the pounuon of the gnilil oi CHrsouinbr, 
01* Craioo mIw, in thvc^iniiiy at ti^nicrach. 
lliis rratemlty, Oifsali-rd in ttia loigti of 
KdwnrI Vi.. fril to tie Crottn. an>i iha 
nianDr trsa ultimately dts)»«#d of in llt78 
to (ieoTiiv Duke, ani.'esCi'r of its pr>«m( 
hfpccted proprieior, lor the sum of 1000 
marks, lite tuuiuli in ils vicinity aro 

At Chrrnrim "e shall r\iH a sp^ 
whrr« fni-mcrly esiitcd a royd force', iu 
which Kngliih nKmnrchs fiwly diaii-iited. 
A palace, of wbiLii Imt 1 ttle no' renipins, 
wiks lier<' hiiilt, t radii ionnlly referred to the 
time uf King Julin, but it* dale is uneer- 
tiiix. In iha reign of llemy II. it wa- of 
itnportnncc, and coaru and cvntidlswere 
IbrrOiD held. It wis from this pla-e tJiat 
itaned wind are known as tlie Coatttln- 
tions of Clarer^don, hmituig tbe hounds of 


Antiquarian ttesrarchet. 


•oe1mU«tinil mitlKirity, uwl uHrrtin^ l)ia 
mr'mnuTjrnf civil jnriadirtion. Thp oppo- 
ritioii oflvrrd b> tboM* by llioiiii* i Bg«liDt 
lit well knoirn la all rcwien of Kn^lijih 
lii«tor,v ; btit litH nptril «nu oinpi-lknl to 
cuh-iiil, mil] bv Mt li'tiifili afniii.! hU titpiB- 
tniv ta the dM<l. Itut Ihtf met wus nest to 
be Aiul. r<»'nlitiiimiiK aWilution f Titfrmn 
Ui* ypo, Iw r»n«ui«Hl Ilia npgvHitinn ta 
the king— wi oppMilioa wfaicli led Up hi* 
death, m vuiotMly dntcantAd uprni by dif. 
fennt writars, nnd of wbicli our omi pnl>* 
•od maaj drIinantioiM. It wu in t)l» 
nign of llertrj IIL Uuvt ClMrctidoii wh in 
Utn">mUl9ariCifflarT." Tho l^pa IIolU 
of this tints ^to mbamlant infomution in 
rrfr^Nl to tU i<nlflrg«in<>nt and siilrndniir. 
It nun (li.inflbmU-J in tliH nz-iifii ul Hdvmnl 
II., an'! ancnvurdi desij^ittMl aa a pork. 
EdwKrd 111., tO);Mhi>r uitli lit* mj'ft] 
priijn*™ Uiokingiof Kruiira? nnd SiYitlumi, 
MMvd tho >aaimar montlm «t thif ixilacu 
dnring tta« Mvetv TiAitati^n nf thi! pbinxi 
in thu mirtrupnlia. Etltnud VI. ifrantiit 
]t to Wtllinni H^rtwrt, fint Ekrlgf Pom- 
fanke, for liin U(f tod tint of hU «on. It 
anbwquvtitlj puai-d hj CliariM ]I. to 
Hnnk, TMi^ of Allwrnnrls, and tlionc* to 
tbo Eari of Bnth. of whose hnn H wna 
pqrchuM-d bjr Hcnjnmiii Itatliant, Edtq^ 
wbenec it boa to ita |>ro<eat 
prapriator, Sir Frmlmi-k Hulrbiaoii HiT- 
Wjr BntliuKt, Hurt., by wbou kindtiew we 

Vivw it UU tlli« iMX-HsillD. 

Witto* k too u'«H known to need more 
thHii mention bv mc in this brid tarvrj. 
VCt hnrc a (Ic1i|{ lit fill &tij aiarkod out fur 
ns in rolaticm to tbia Inotlity, nudi^ tlto 
kind |N.-naUiiiuii of ita eiit:innl>le own'.-r, 
whoM attih!liment tn literary nnd null- 
quarlaii punuila in W4-11 knuuii, nliilil Lis 
tnate fi>r wcW'n»ti(«l art-Uitwt iiri; will be 
nbibitvd la tu in tlic cxniniiintioii of tlio 
diurol) witkh hy hi* icuniKcvii^i:' haa boon 

Thf Churvh of OrMt Vuritford 'vt tvery 
my iroKhjr of our ff^ird, aud ila ikt-anx 
Uona b«lan|{ lo Baion timca. Th« church 
eoTMlitB tlmply of ona aiBlo and a i^ncel, 
wilii a Hnui'Circnlor arch bttwMo Ihcm. 
Ilin Innt will romniitnd attatltion. 

Tisp hniqiical auHKintiuiia ci)in9ft«-d 
with Ifai-iitHir dattU, whicli w* vifJt hv 
the khul penniHOu of Loi'd Arnivdi.-ll, will 
bo nftiadiiiig to all who can view with 
tntt-rcat tbo pixymi of m-enta during a 
tn<«t <liiiliirl«il period of oiirhiatorj, wlim 
civil r:qiiuioti(iiia and nibvUion wi'm rifo, 
and the diirk apota only oecaaioiially rs- 
liercd hy namplea at nolde and hemic 
ooiitluct. Thr gl'irioiu rnoliiLiuii aii'l nti- 
awFrrtn^ Adrtitj of tli« Lady Ilbincli« 
Amndell, dmighl« cf Uu Earl af War- 

OMt«r. in Uie defteM of tlu« OHtJe la lh> 

rvign of Chail«v I., whm boraftad, dnring^ 
tfao sbtoncc of bcT hnaband, b)- lta« Farii&- 
OHmtavy amy >.<ninniBn(Lid by Sir Edward 
Hiinitcrfiird, nffita a raniBrkablc instancy 
not to he eiTiieed from o»e'a nientory. 1 
truA wc ihall b<> able to inapert tba in- 
t«rHat,itiK doLTBUiettta cwnn«ct«d witli thil 
epirtt-aturinff orunt in the bjidoI* of Enp 
tub history. 

■' O hMerr, witit prtdou tbed la tWea I 

How ri« iliou ut villi ttaaaaraa auiifloU ; 
On wbal Oowcrd maadavi tie tbr faeittapa 
Wbai Borrvon* bcai^viw are iUbc of Mac and 

Wbal ferllnm. nutaorwa, IhoafUa— wUal ao> 
•Inrici unuiliJ. 
" Old r-Dw* aa'l l''|[«nit« iliou AtM. roHMtiraW; 

Hato, iDTn. ittimI dcpila. balUc*, and Tklaa7 : 
Wlib ia(*nH|Hir'>i>, IjaiiU.and hnwaaaaw. 
And all «bu for Ihi'li oountrj bawM m dia, 
OratMNlittcr^wlflHioMriit Ut G()d on hich." 
The ViTy lU'v. tliu Dmn tnwed a vote 
of thnnka to Mr. pL-ttigruw far Lkk rcry 
nl'li- )iH|irr, wid Uic company tlieu left tba 
ciniiivil><-hambvr and iiHjitvtcd Tariooaob* 
jccts of inttrrcet in SoUabury, among which 
wvrc the Uall of .lohn llilk, tli« I^nltrj- 
CrnaiL, thp chiirchn* of St. Thninaa, St. Kd> 
muuij, Hiid bU Uartin, tbv pvrcb in Ur. 
Wyudliain'ii grounds, token ft^m the north 
aide of Ihe ealfavtlral, the QeoT|[e-bia 
hMielry, hi the HlEh-ttroct, and eeveral 
qk't'tincns flf lioiWr liniiirea. 

Tlure w»a a tabU dh£le at the White 
Hart III hull'-pnM aix o'clocJt. at wblcb 
eboiit Etzly person* eat down, tbo Locd 
Bialidu of Siliabnry, who waa not nhla to 
atianu tli« moming mecLitig, lioiiig pre- 
•CDt. After tho rcuiuTal of the clvtb* 
variotu a(i]VO|irialo ttitfati wore prapMed, 
aud (in the liealtli of thta Ulahop beiuy 
gitiii. hi> Lonlthip, in retumini; thauka, 
cijirfaicd bia approval of tbeobjoctfiof tba 
Auocihtian aiul wrli-Diurd ita mcmhwri to 
the city. H« rtiiriHwil bia willingniua to 
aflbrd tbcm ovurr fiiuilily in hia power» 
anil iiivilril thoin to a CBnefriasiomg atUia 
[Vlace uu I'ueaduy evi'uijig. 


At half-)M*t ci|rht oVlcock there waa 
aniithr^r mnntin); at the l.'mwii Court, the 
Manjuit <.if AJicsbiiry iu the ehair, when 
Mr. .1. U. I^Ancbe (Uonse Croix) read • 
naper " Oo thu I'edittrte of I'alrirk IIU- 
Wnlter. fint KhtI of gnliiKiiry." 1I« 
oomuiitiuwd by olMerrinK that to thl<'k k 
miat Mivalopee thr urik:in nf our Anglo- 
Nnrman nohilily, that any iittempt ts 

Iiierce it is attnnded wKb uiere laboor and 
BHa aatiafaclnry n-aulla thitn prohnUy any 
o<bt-T aulijett of nittiiiuunau t-nqniry; but 
tbu healthful dinvtiun which the atuily of 
antiquities haa taken, the birth cf this 


Britiah Arc fuso logical Association. 


glad mirica thkt hiive been pabU«he<l 
ttttroad ancl at bonie iIuriuK the lu*t bslf 
oentiirir, and Due Ikhoais uf ■■ few «aniFst, 
•cute, and ccnucientioiia antiqiuriok bavo 
enatildl us to «orm-t aaiDfi of Che Mrin