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containing these deeds came into the bands of one so a special purpose. There is, of course, no finality; and fitted to bring them before the public in the manner a book such as this is capable of almost indefinite ex. they deserve. The beginning of the preface is more like tension. The standpoint from which the various articles the opening of a novel than the introduction to a are written is, as was to be supposed, that of the Church work of antiquarian value. We are told that & chest of of England. Very judicious steering is, of course, neces. English oak, made some time in the fifteenth century, | sary. Reference, however, to such lives as Pusey, was discovered, containing “gome six hundred deeds and Stanley, Colenso, Wesley, and to such even more danpapers, commencing with the De Roches' property in 1271, gerous headings as “ Eternal Punishment,” shows that taking up that of the De Brocas in 1320, proceeding continu. the whole is written with tact and right feeling. Some ously through the ages till the Gardiners succeeded to the questions sent to ‘N. & Q.' might be avoided by a refer. Brocas estates, and ending abruptly enough in 1782." ence to these pages. It is impossible to estimate too highly the value of a find

London Life seen with German Eyes. By Wilhelm of this kind, nor can we, in such a limited space, do

F, justice to the way in which the work of arranging and

Brand. (Field & Tuer.)

It is always edifying to read what foreigners say of us. putting in order these deeds has been done.

Mr. Brand writes goodnaturedly, and displays some Prof. Burrows has been unwearied in his endeavours

acuteness of vision. For English readers, however, his to trace out the whole history of each member of the

book is too cbarged with statistics. When, however, family of De Brocas, and Boswell himself never took more pains to record every fact in the life of his hero

| à propos to dinner parties, wo read that the special

English soups are ox-tail, mulligatawny, and cayenne, than have been taken to verify and make out the smallest

and that the heavy sherry which accompanies them is details about the most obscure member of this great

“ chiefly manufactured in Liverpool," we marvel if some house. Castles, tombs, monumental brasses, churches,

of the information is not, to say the least, out of date. houses, plans, and seals are all engraved, so that we may, in so far as it be possible, see what manner of men the De Brocases were. There are no fewer than twenty.

MR. BURKE, Somerset Herald, is compiling for Dr. four seals engraved, some of them most curious specimens

Howard's Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica an elaof early art. One, the seal of Elys de Ruede, 1334, is a

borate pedigree of the Darwin family. Many valuable wonderfully beautiful thing, and looks as if it might have

documents have been lent by members of the family, been impressed on the wax but yesterday. It is almost

which will enable the compiler to make this important needless to state that every authority that is quoted has the reference given, so that all may verify the facts

genealogy most complete. It will be illustrated with

woodcuts of signatures, including those of Sir Francis for themselves. There is, however, one statement that

Darwin, Dr. Erasmus Darwin, Charles Darwin, Josiah we should much like to be able to gain more informa

| Wedgwood, and many others. A few copies will be tion about. Prof. Burrows is speaking of Sir Pexil

struck off on quarto paper for private circulation, “ He exhibited his love of a jest as much as his vanity in retaining a professional jester, said to be the last case of the sort in any English private family." What is the

Notices to Correspondents. authority for this? We do not doubt the statement, but we should like to be able to prove it. The portrait of We must call special attention to the following notices : this jester is still preserved, and some one of a later genera. On all communications must be written the name and tion bas inscribed it with the words, “Hodge, Jester to Sir | address of the sender, not necessarily for publication, but Pexil Brocas, of Beaurepaire." We wish very much as a guarantee of good faith, that it had been engraved for this book, Prof. Burrows | We cannot undertake to answer aneri

We cannot undertake to answer queries privately. says: “It is the face of a rougb, humorous fellow, some

To secure insertion of communications correspondente thing like an old-fashioned innkeeper," To turn from

must observe the following rule. Let each note, query, the merely family history to the part of the book that

or reply be written on a separato slip of paper, with the gives an account of the English rule in Aquitaine, Here

signature of the writer and such address as he wishes to we get a stirring picture of the events that make the

appear. Correspondents who repeat queries are requested reign of Edward III, one of the most glorious on record,

to head the second communication “ Duplicate." It was a great and terrible loss for this country that the Black Prince did not live to carry on the work so grandly MANIGETZ - The World Displayed' is a collection begun, Prof. Burrows says that his death and that of of voyages and travels selected from writers of all Henry V. caused the most bitter feelings of disappoint- | nations. It was published in 20 vols., Lond., 1759 et ment and distress that England has ever felt. With the seq., with a preface by Dr. Samuel Johnson. "A third exception of that of Cromwell, whose death brought edition, also in 20 vols., appeared in 1767, and a fourth absolute chaos, no other deaths have ever had such evil in 1774, effects on the country, so far as we can judge. Those

LELAND Noel (“ Origin of the Name of Waverley "). persons who delight in working out the answers to questions such as, What would have been the effect on

-As to Scott's choice of this word, and its association the kingdom had Edward VI. lived ?-may, perhaps, be

with Waverley Abbey, near Farnham, see 3rd S. v. 176. able to tell us which of the two caused the greatest un- J. M. DONOVAN.-The heir apparent in such a case happiness to the country. We are not able to give an would be the eldest son of the pri

would be the eldest son of the Prince of Wales. opinion on such a complex matter. We can only add that we are sure that all of us who have any feeling of

NOTICE, reverence for the past will delight in this account of the Editorial Communications should be addressed to “The Brocas family.

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