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•N. & Q.,' R. R. (the late Mr. Robert Roberts, NOTES :-Hookes's 'Amanda,' 301--Montalgne, Webster. of Boston), pointed out, if the Errata had and Marston, 302–A Private Library, c. Charles I., 303., been printed subsequently on a separate leaf,
304 - St. Luke's Day - "Belappit' - Black Images of the Madonna-" The first warlike king,” 305 leaf a4 would have been cancelled. But it Roderigo Lopez - Metropolitan Municipal Councils - The Hare and Easter — " Drownd "Deer- the notice of bibliographers, that the first
is a curious fact, which has hitherto escaped hound-Charles Lamb, 306. QUERIES :-Canning's "Riming Dispatch - Detectives in impression of this leaf actually was cancelled, Fiction -Joliffe Family of Dorset-Principal Gilbert Gray and an addition to the Errata was made in - Cromwell Death-Prisoner suckled by his Daughter"Pearle cannot equal the whiteness of his teeth." 307– the leaf that replaced it. In the first im" Rollups" - Macdonald of Moidart-Sanderson Dance-pression the Errata were printed in six lines, Liverpool University : Institute of Archæology-Obarles Churchill: T. Underwood – Wedding Invitation Cards the last entry being "in the Epist. Dedic. Joane Grosvenor or Gravenor-Honesty on a Competence blab-cheek't for blub-cheek't.” In the revised
Caravanserai to Publio - House, 308 -- Headly arms leaf another line, containing the following Muogo-Edward Vaughan-Les Misérables': its Topo graphy, 309.
entries, is added to the Errata, making RÉPLIÉS :-Virgil or Vergil ? 309—"Obrist's Hospital"
seven lines in all : P, 80, 1, 23, Tradesmen Sarah Curran, Robert Emmet, and Major Sirr, 310-Tbe Street, No. 53 – Eton School Liste- The Purpose of a Flaw coat." Over the Errata there is a poem of Cloister and the Hearth Don Quixote," 1695-6-Fleet for Aradesmen, ibid, Querp. coat for Querpo -Ripley Arms-officers of State in Ireland Jobin Bland: sixteen lines, headed The Authour to the Actor-Manager - Isaac Jobnson, of Massachusetts - The Almsmen, Westminster Abbey, 314-Combermere Abbey Ladies.' In the cancelled leaf the thirteenth -Almansa-Dummer Family-Bexfield - Gibbets, 316-line runs, Author of Quotation Wanted - Duchess of Cannizaro“Tinterero." 316-George Buchanan—The Origin of 'She
With the most heav'nly sweetest lovely, she Stoops to Conquer-Dudley Arms—. The First Earring' while in the revised leaf commas are inserted -Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford -"Piccapiony,” 317– • Villikins and his Dinah' - Jane Wenbam
** Bobby as under :Dazzler," 318.
With the most heavn'ly, sweetest, lovely, sheNOTES ON BOOKS :-Hunt's History of England, 1760
1801'- Registers of Burials at the Temple Church'- All the copies that I have seen, except that Quaint Sayings from Sir Thomas Browne' - Goethe's which I obtained from Mr. Ouvry's collection, Faust'- The Newspaper Reader's Companion.'
have the revised leaf, and, by a stroke of
luck, I have been able to make up my own Notes.
copy with both the cancelled and the substi
tuted leaves. HOOKES'S 'AMANDA.'
The title and correct collation of the book (See 6th S. vii. 7, 36, 117, 129.)
are as follows:It may be remembered that in the begin
“ Amanda, | A | Sacrifice ! To an Unknown ning of 1883 this scarce book formed the Goddesse, I or, 1 A Free-will offering [ Of a loving subject of a correspondence in these columns. Heart to a | Sweet-Heart. I By N. H. of TrinityI had recently purchased a copy from the Colledge in Cambridge. I
-Sed quisquis es accipe library of the late Mr. F. Ouvry; and although hæc spernet gweniger 1 - Wanis dei alter
Forsitan it was generally in very fine condition, I had chartas, Scribe.- | London, Printed by T R. and
E. M. for Hum- [phrey Tuckey, at the signe of the a suspicion that in some respects it was not black Spread- | Eagle, near St. Dunstans Church. quite perfect. So uncertain, however, were 1653." the bibliographers on the subject that the Collation : Small octavo, pp. [xxiv] + 192, auctioneers, in cataloguing the book, failed consisting of half-title, "Amanda," pp. [i, ii], to record any imperfections. The corre- verso blank; frontispiece inserted, and not spondence, though inconclusive to some ex- included in register, facing title-page; title, tent, was of use in enabling me to assure as above, pp. [iii, iv), verso blank ; dedication myself of the true condition of the book, and, "To the Honourable Edward Mountague,"
, in verification of the old saying." Tout vient &c., pp. [v, xiii); p. (xiv) blank; Complià point à qui sait attendre," I have been mentary Verses, pp. [Xv-xxi]; 'The Author successful, after the lapse of two-and-twenty to the Reader, pp. [xxli, xxiii]; The Authour years, in completing my copy from other to the Ladies,' p. xxiv). with Errata at foot imperfect examples, and converting it into of page ; ' Amanda, pp. 1-88 ; pp. [89, 90] perhaps as fine a copy as there is in existence. blank; title-page, "Miscellanea Poetica," &c., A difficulty arose from the fact that Mr. pp. [91, 92); dedication Ornatissimo viro, Hazlitt, in his .Collections and Notes,' p. 176, Miro Alexandro Akehurst," &c., pp. 93-96 recorded a leaf of Errata. I have convinced pp. [97, 98] blank, with the exception of myself, after an examination of several copies, letter H on recto; Poems, pp. 99 (misprinted that no separate leaf of Errata ever belonged 299)—191 ; p. _blank. The signatures to the book. The Errata are, in fact, printed are Al-A8, al-a4, B-N in eight, comprising