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6d ib ablative accus accusative adjectives aelc an-weald Anglo-Saxon answers Apollonius baet be-foran beón burh Camden Soc Class cloth Comp complex conjugated cuman curious cwacd cwad cynge cyning daeg dative Declension dialects ealle edited by J. O. English eów faeder feminine folce forms fultum genitive German Goth hence heó heora hine History hwaet hyre imperf imperfect J. O. HALLIwell J. P. Collier John Russell Smith Latin letter likewise maeg masc miht nán neut neuter nouns ofer Old Compton Street paes paet pám pára participles past Percy Soc plur plural Poems ponne post 8vo prefix preposition pres printed pronoun Russell Smith Scyld se-pe secge seó Sing singular small 4to sód-lice Soho sometimes swā sylf syllable Third pers thou twá unnan verbs vowel Vulg weard words WRIGHT wudu wuht
Page 25 - SHAKESPERIANA, a Catalogue of the Early Editions of Shakespeare's Plays, and of the Commentaries and other Publications illustrative of his works. By JO HALLIWELL. 8vo, cloth. 3s 1841 " Indispensable to everybody who wishes to carry on any inquiries connected with Shakespeare, or who may have a fancy for Shakesperian Bibliography."— Spectator.
Page 21 - Journey to Beresford Hall, in Derbyshire, the Seat of CHARLES COTTON, Esq. the celebrated Author and Angler, by W. ALEXANDER, FSA, FLS, late Keeper of the Prints in the British Museum, crown 4to. printed on tinted paper, with a spirited frontispiece, representing Walton and his adopted Son Cotton in the Fishing-house, and vignette...
Page 15 - John Noakes and Mary Styles, a Poem, exhibiting some of the most striking lingual localisms peculiar to Essex, with a Glossary, by CHARLES CLARK, Esq. of Great Totham Hall, Essex, post 8vo. cloth, 2s " The poem possesses considerable humour."— Tait's Mag.
Page 26 - England's Worthies, under whom all the Civil and Bloody Warres, since Anno 1642 to Anno 1647, are related, by JOHN VICARS, Author of " England's Parliamentary Chronicle,
Page 27 - Love Letters of Mrs. Piozzi (formerly Mrs. Thrale, the friend of Dr. Johnson), written when she was eighty, to the handsome actor, William Augustus Conway, aged Twenty-seven. 8vo, sewed. 2s " written at three, four, and five o'clock (in the morning) by an octogenary pen ; a heart (as Mrs. Lee says) twenty-six years old, and as HLP feels it to be, all your own.
Page 15 - Very serviceable to such as prosecute the study of our provincial dialects, or are collecting works on that curious subject. We very cordially recommend it to notice."— Metropolitan.
Page 26 - AUTOBIOGRAPHY of JOSEPH LISTER (a Nonconformist), of Bradford, Yorkshire, with a contemporary account of the Defence of Bradford and Capture of Leeds, by the Parliamentarians, in 1642.
Page 25 - JACK WILSON,' THE SINGER OF SHAKESPEARE'S STAGE ? " An Attempt to prove the identity of this person with John Wilson, Doctor of Music in the University of Oxford, AD 1644, by EF RIMBAUI.T, LL.D.
Page 3 - The Harrowing of Hell, a Miracle Play, written in the Reign of Edward II., now first published from the Original in the British Museum, with a Modern Reading, Introduction, and Notes, by JAMES ORCHARD HALLIWELL, Esq.