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RANELAGH, WILTS, ETC. (4th S. vii. 124.)-AN also, were then ignorant of Latin; and upon the INQUIRER will doubtless find the information he principle of “omne ignotum pro magnifico," we desires in The Genealogy of the Cole Family, by no doubt thought it the most flattering title for James Edwin-Cole, 8vo (J. Russell Smith, Soho our specimen. This is taking it for granted that Square, London); or further details by communi- the word was ready printed for the schoolboy ; cating with its writer.
AP COILLUS. but in a scripsit (?) which I possess the words, " WHOSE YESTERDAYS LOOK BACKWARDS," ETC.
“ Joseph Eckersley scripsit, Dec. 17, 1789," aré (4th S. vii. 124.)–From Young's Night Thoughts,
all in manuscript. The centre is occupied by an
adjuration to Liberty, in writing, surrounded by Night 11. lines 334-5. These two lines form the subject of one of Stothard's illustrations in Hep
engravings of the demolition of the Bastile, July tinstall's edition, 1798. The engraving is dated
1789; a skeleton in a cage; a nearly naked prisoner;
another behind a grated window; the beheading Aug. 26, 1797.
of the governor of Bastile, &c. &c. Published by ST. JANE OF VALOIS (4th S. vi. 389, 466, 559.) | Robert Sayer, 53, Fleet Street, Nov. 9, 1789. I am much obliged to F. C. H. for setting me right Probably no earlier specimen-piece than mine on a subject on which I spoke too hastily. My
M. D. little book, La Vie Merveilleuse, distinctly asserts
MR. Dixon and F. C. H. are quite right. The that the queen was not canonised; but its date is
Christmas exhibitions of penmanship were no circ. 1670, and I ought to have remembered that
more called “Scripsits” than engravings were her canopisation might have occurred since that
called “Sculpsits,” except it might be by such a period. In truth, had F. C. H. spoken a little sooner, I should not have presumed to enter the
person as he who, in *High Life below Stairs,
assures his fellow servants that Shakespeare's lists on a question of which he knows far more than I do.
plays were written by Finis, for he “saw the name at the end of the book.”
C.C. THE HOLE IN THE WALL (4th S. vii. 123.)
Thos. STANLEY, BISHOP OF SODOR AND MAN Wall, not Well, is assuredly the right reading. I
(4th S. vii. 96.)- Memoirs of the House of Stanley remember the sign in Bristol, where a wall was represented with a dark hole in the bricks. It
(Seacombe's, I believe), published by Joseph may have been originally intended for a breach made in the rampart of a besieged city, or pos
uncouth rhymes. The book is common in Lancasibly in allusion to tbe Caverna Macerice of the
F. C. H.
Miscellaneous. Please note, p. 123, the sign is “The Hob in
NOTES ON BOOKS, ETC. the Well," not "The Hole in the Well.” K. L. King's Lyon.
Joseph of Arimathie, otherwise called The Romance of the.
Saint Graal or Holy Grail. An Alliterative Poem. BABIES BELLS (4th S. vi. 475; vii. 21, 133.)
written about A.D. 1350, and now first printed from the At Wentworth Woodhouse there is a pretty and Unique Copy in the Vernon MS. at Oxford. With an interesting portrait of Lady Henrietta Maria Stan Appendix, containing “The Lyfe of Joseph of Armathy," ley, said to be by Vandyke, and painted when she reprinted from the Black-letter Copy of Wynkyn.de
Worde; “ De Sancto Joseph ab Arimathia," first was scarcely a year old, with a coral and bells
printed by Pynson A.D. 1516; and “The Lyfe of Joseph hanging from her waist. She was the daughter
of Arimathia," first printed by Pynson A.D. 1520. of James, seventh Earl of Derby, and Charlotte Edited, with Notes and Glossarial Indices, by the Rev. de la Tremouille; and brought this picture, and Walter W. Skeat, M.A. many others of the Stanley and Tremouille fami- | King Alfred's West Saxon Version of Gregory's Pastoral lies, to Wentworth, on her marriage with William Care. With an English Translation, the Latin Text, second Earl of Strafford. This is another instance
Notes, and Introduction. Edited by Henry Sweet, Esq.,
of Balliol College, Oxford. Part 1. of babies' bells being in use in the reign of
We have here fresh proofs of the activity of the Early Charles I.
G. D. T.
U. D. 1. English Text Society in the shape of the first two of A SCRIPSIT (4th S. vi. 567; vii. 145.)-I am the several volumes which will be given to the memmuch obliged by your several correspondents who
bers in return for their subscriptions for 1871. We
have transcribed the titles at length, as the best way have replied to my query respecting the “Scripsit,"
of showing, within the limited space we can devote which I have no doubt is identical with their
to these notices, the character and contents of these “ Christmas pieces," although in my school-boy works. Mr. Skeats volume, it will be seen, is a very days they were taken home at Midsummer as well complete monograph of the Arimathean Romance, with as at Christmas. An old school-fellow recognised
Introduction, Indices, &c. Of Mr. Sweet's we will
merely say, that it is the first part only of his book, and my designation at once, with laughing eyes at the
consists of the two texts of the West Saxon version of early memories it called up, and never knew it by Gregory's Pastoral Care, from the Halton MS. and the any other title. Both I and he, and our master Cotton MSS. respectively, printed in parallel passages.
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