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" ARMS OF NATURAL DAUGHTERS" (4th S. ii. treating of many branches of the subject which have not 467.)—I beg to refer E. W. to the coats of arms of hitherto been included in such manuals, namely, such as
directions for emblazoning, for tracing and setting out the Mulgrave and Falkland families. An ancestor of the former family, Sir William Phipps, by his chapters on the appointment of Modern Liveries, and on
pedigrees, and deciphering ancient manuscripts. The marriage with Lady Catherine Annesley (daughter French and American Heraldry, will in like manner of James, fourth Earl of Anglesea, and Lady have an interest for some readers, so that the book, which Catherine Darnley, natural daughter of James II.), is very handsomely got up, and written especially for introduced in the second and third quarters of his beginners in heraldry, can scarcely fail to be popular. shield the arms of his wife's father (Annesley) and mother, the latter being the royal coat of
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DESCRIPTIVE NUTICES OF POPULAR ENGLISE HISTORIES, by J. 0. HalliAmelia Fitzclarence, daughter of William IV., well.
MUDARCA DELICIÆ. bears in the third quarter of his shield the royal
Wanted by Mr. J. E. Cornish, Bookseller, Manchester. arms on a bordure, as described in former example,
WORDSWORTA'S GOID TO THE EXOLISH LAKES: containing Sedgwick's but with the slight difference of an ermine spot on Letters on the Geology of the Lake District.
Rutivex's GrOLOGICAL Mar or TRE LAKE DISTRICT. the argent of bordure. In both cases it is to G. Bishop's (Quaker) New EXOLAND JUDOED. Small 4to, 1661-7. be remarked that the arms are borne without
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Wanted by Mr. St. Barbe, 4, Pall Mall East, S.W. arms of the Earls Lucan, Newburgh, and Waldegrave. The first and second descended from natural daughters of Charles II. ; the latter froin
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rections shoull be addressed to the Editor, South Kensington Juseum, have no reference to the royal source of the ma
London, w. ternal ancestors of these families. It would appear Notes & QUERIES of Jan. 1866. No. 210. Full price will be given for
ciean copies. probable that natural daughters do not possess the
Oor Notes on Books are necessarily abridged this week in conseright of the paternal coat of arms, except by quence of the number of Replies waiting for insertion.
Among other Papers of interest, the following will appear in our next special grant, as one would infer was the case in
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LISBON. Bridget Cromwell.
Temple of Jupiter Feretrius, at San Leo.
Old Brakses at Cirencester and Northleach.
Brantome, Wolsey, and Shakespeare.
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BREVIS, S. H. G., and CHRISTOPHER Cook. We have letters for these Saint George and the Dragon, illustrated by John Frauklin.
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ARGAL. “ Arcades ambo" is a well-worn quotation from Virgil,
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Et cantare pares, et respondere parati." Christmas number. The version of the legend of our "Solvitur ambulando " has formed the subject of several recent articles
in "N. & Q."-"Sic "is used to show that the word or phrase is so in National Patron Saint which Mr. Franklin has chosen, is
the authority quoted from.. -“ Plutocracy" is the power of wealth. that printed in the third volume of Percy's Reliques, and LITTLE MUSGRAVE. Versions will be founl in Wit Restored, 1658, the story as there told is illustrated with great power and p. 174; in Professor Child's Ballads; Dryden's Miscellany; Ritson's
Ancient Songs: Percy Soci ty's Scottish Traditional Versions of An. beauty in twelve large engravings with quaint and appro- cient Ballads, and other places. priate borders, and a number of head and tail pieces. ERRATUM. - 4th S. ii. p. 557, col. i. line 12, for “Overhow" read
"Overtrow," Though Mr. Franklin has had before his eyes some of the
A Reading Case for holding the weekly Nos. of "N. & Q." is now illustrations with which the artists of Germany have illus
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