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These constitute no less than nine varieties of pattern pieces; the first issue of the florin was a junction of the dies, the obverse first shown of the Queen's head crowned, the date altered to 1849, with the reverse of the ninth pattern. The omission of the initials D. G. or DEI GRATIA, on the obverse, combined with the dumpy character of the piece, occasioned much dissatisfaction. Another variety, struck on a wider flan, has the obverse legend in old English characters, Victoria: D: g: brit: reg: f: d: mdcccliii. Reverse, the arms as before, but a quadrupled trefoil ornament displaces the double rose in the centre. The legend, One Florin, and below, one-tenth of a pound. The high rim in which they are struck deprives them of their metallic sound as silver, and occasions many to be doubted as counterfeits.

CONCORDANCE.-The first to any portion of the English Bible was entitled "A Concordance of the New Testament, most necessary to be had in the handes of all soche as desire the communication of any place contayned in ye New Testament. Imprinted by me T. Gibson, 1535, sm. 8vo." From the Epistle to the reader, it appears that Gibson, the printer, was asisted in the compilation by John Daye. It is of extreme rarity; a copy, defective of the title and four leaves, sold on the 11th inst., among Mr. Pickering's books, for 97. 17s. 6d.

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STRUTT'S QUEEN-HOO HALL. SOME years since, I purchased of the author's son a Strutt, containing manuscript memoranda by him, which, printed copy of "Queen-Hoo Hall," by the late Joseph among other matters stated, the original manuscript of that romance, prior to its being printed, was submitted to Mr., subsequently Sir Walter Scott, who retained it a long time. In that writer's "Waverley" Mr. Strutt junior, accuses Sir Walter of taking facts and hints from his parent's work. He also states the story of the illuminator in Queen-Hoo Hall, is a memoir of his father, the author of so many popular works in elucidation of English antiquities.

These four volumes, printed at Edinburgh, in 1808, I presented to my friend and patron, Mr. John Broadley, whose very fine and choice library was, after his decease, sold by auction. Can any reader of Current Notes say, in whose possession is now this copy of Strutt's QueenHoo Hall? I have a beautiful miniature portrait of Joseph Strutt, by J. Jackson, R.A. Jan. 15. J. BRITTON,


principal political journals of Paris is thus defined :— FRENCH NEWSPAPERS.-The daily circulation of the tionnel, 26,000; Pays, 16,000; Patrie, 15,000; JourThe Presse, 41,000 copies; Siècle, 36,000; Constitu- ¦ nal des Débats, 9000; Univers, 6000; Assemblée Nationale, 5000; Union, 4000; and the Gazette de France, 3000.

LOVE AND HONOUR.-Mrs. Jameson, in her " Ethical Fragments," gives the following as a wise saying of Landor's :

primary in those who love least; he who is inspired by it Love is a secondary passion in those who love most, a in the strongest degree is inspired by honour in a greater.

The expression as quoted is Landor's; the idea however, is certainly not his, it belongs to a poet of Charles the First's time, I think, as the two following lines will prove:

I should not love thee half so well,

Loved I not honour more.

I do not remember where these lines are, and should be obliged if any of your readers will assist my memory? Apropos of ideas borrowed-borrowed is too strong a word when applied to minds like Landor's and Cowper's do you not think that our poet Cowper got his cue for his beautiful lines, beginning

Yon cottager who weaves at her own door; from Corneille's paraphrase of the "Imitation of Jesus Christ," chap. ii.?

Un paysan stupide et sans expérience,
Qui ne sait que t'aimer et n'a que de la foi,
Vaut mieux qu' un philosophe enflé de sa science,
Qui pénêtre les cieux, sans refléchir sur soi.

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