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return of those present at Ciudad Rodrigo. When in his Handbook of London, or Dr. RIMBAULT, Her Majesty gracefully extended the honorary dis. would mislead any one, I am afraid my copy, tinctions to all the survivors of the great war, Lord being a second edition, may be incomplete; and as Beresford received the Peninsular medal, with two

I certainly did not get the volume for nothing, clasps, for Egypt and Ciudad Rodrigo."

will either of these gentlemen, or any other of the The expression should have been “the silver readers of “ N. & Q.," who have seen other editions, medal," not “Peninsular ;" as, among the names let me know this ? of battles engraved on the clasps attached to the There is question asked by MELANION resilver war-medals, granted in 1849, will be found garding the entire quotation, which I have not yet the words "Martinique,” “Fort Détroit," " Cha seen answered, which is, – teauguay," " Chrystler's Farm," and " Egypt."

« For he that fights and runs away, JUVERNA.

May live to fight another day;

But he that is in battle slain, D. 0. M. (Vol. iii., p. 173.).- I am surprised

Can never hope to fight again." that there should be the least doubt that the

Are these last two lines in the Musarum Delicia? above are the initials of Datur omnibus mori."

or are these four lines to be found anywhere in R. W. D.

conjunction ? If this could be found, it would in Dr. John Taylor (Vol. vii., p. 299.). - There my opinion settle the question. S. WMson. are several errors in the communication of S. R. He states that “ Dr. John Taylor was buried at

Corporations have no Souls," &c. (Vol. viii., Kirkstead, Lancashire, where his tomb is distin- p. 587.). In Poynder's Literary Extracts, under guished by the following simple inscription."

the title “Corporations,” there occurs the follow1. Kirkstead is in Lincolnshire.

ing passage: 2. Dr. John Taylor lies interred in the burial “ Lord Chancellor Thurlow said that corporations ground attached to the Presbyterian Chapel at

have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be Chowbent, near Bolton, in Lancashire.

condemned; they therefore do as they like." 3. The inscription on the tombstone is as

There are also two long extracts, one from Cowe follows:

per's Task, book iv., and the other from the Life “ Here is interred the Rev. John Taylor, D.D., of of Wilberforce, vol. ii., Appendix, bearing on the Warrington, formerly of Norwich, who died March 5, same subject.

ARCH. WEIR. 1761, aged 66."

Lord Mayor of London a Privy Councillor 4. The inscription given by S. R. is on a slab in (Vol. iv. passim). – Mr. Serjeant Merewether, the chapel at Chowbent. I may add tbat this

Town Clerk to the Corporation of London, in his inscription was drawn up by Dr. Énfield.

examination before the City Corporation Com

Tuomas BAKER. mission, said that it had been the practice from Manchester.

time immemorial, to summon the Lord Mayor of Lines attributed to Hudibras (Vol. i., p. 211.). - London to the first Privy Council held after the

demise of the crown. (The Standard, Jan. 13, « For he that fights and runs away,

1854, p. i. col. 5.)

L. HARTLY. May live to fight another day.” In so far as I can understand from the various Booty's Case (Vol. iii., p. 170.). — A story rearticles in “N. & Q.” regarding the above quo- sembling that of “Old Booty is to be found in tation, it is to be found in the Musarum Deliciæ, St. Gregory the Great's Dialogues, iii. 30., where 12mo., 1656. There is a copy of this volume now

it is related that a hermit saw Theodoric thrown lying before me, the title-page of which runs thus : into the crater of Lipari by two of his victims,

Pope John and Symmachus.

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Ritson,” and “J. Park.” I have read this vo form of Gaoithil (pronounced Gael or Gaul), the lume over carefully twice, and I must confess my generic appellation of our Erse population ? In inability to find any such two lines as the above Welsh it is Gwydyl, to this day their term for an noted, there. As I do not think Mr. Cunningham, Irishman.

Gaoll, stranger, is used in Erie to denote a great industry and research, and by which he hopes to foreign settler, e.g. the Earl of Caithness is Mor- clear away the mists of error which have overshadowed phear (pronounced Morar) Gaoll, the stranger the story of the Canynges family during the Middle great man; being lord of a corner of the land in- Ages, and to show their connexion with the erection habited by a foreign race.

or restoration of Westbury College and Redcliff Galloway, on the other hand, takes its name

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Minor Contemporaneous Poets, and Thomas Sackville, rest of the border. FRANCIS John Scott, M.A. Lord Buckhurst, edited by Robert Bell, forms the Holy Trinity, Tewkesbury.

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of the engraved portraits in the possession of the Soremarks written in pencil :

to the best mode of arrangement. That gentleman, “ These travels are written in a very plausible style, having gone through the collection, advised that in but little dependence is to be placed upon their veracity. future the Society should chiefly direct its attention to Brydone never was on the summit of Ætna, although the formation of a series of engraved Portraits of the he describes the prospect from it in such glowing Fellows, and with great liberality presented about colours.”

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156 REPLIES TO MINOR QUERIES :-Portrait of Alva - Lord Mayor of London not a Privy Councillor - New Zealander and Westminster Bridge Cui Bono - Barrels Regiment -Sir Matthew Hale - Scotch Grievance

* Merciful Judgments of High Church," &c. - Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester - Fleet Prison - The Commons of Ireland previous to the Union - "Les Lettres Juives" - Sir Philip Wentworth - General Fraser -Namby-Pamby - The Word "Miser"- The Forlorn Hope - Thornton Abbey-"Quid facies," &c. - Christ Cross-Row-Sir Walter Scott, and his Quotations from himself, &c.

159 MISCELLANEOUS :Notes on Books, &c.

162 Books and Odd 'Volumes wanted

- 163 Notices to Correspondents

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