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Academia impressam : labore ac studio FRANCISCI PROCTER,

FASCICULUS I. In quo continentur KALENDARIUM, et ORDO TEMPORALIS sive PROPRIUM DE TEMPORE TOTIUS ANNI, una cum ordinali suo quod usitato vocabulo dicitur PICA SIVE DIRECTORIUM SACERDOTUM. Demy 8vo. 18s. “The value of this reprint is considerable to cost prohibitory to all but a few.... Messys liturgical students, who will now be able to con- Procter and Wordsworth have discharged their sult in their own libraries a work absolutely in- editorial task with much care and judgment, dispensable to a right understanding of the his- though the conditions under which they have tory of the Prayer-Book, but which till now been working are such as to hide that fact from usually necessitated a visit to some public all but experts.”-Literary Churchman. library, since the rarity of the volume made its

FASCICULUS II. In quo continentur PSALTERIUM, cum ordinario Officii totius hebdomadae juxta Horas Canonicas, et proprio Com


Not only experts in liturgiology, but all For all persons of religious tastes the Breviary, persons interested in the history of the Anglican with its mixture of Psalm and Anthem and Book of Common Prayer, will be grateful to the Prayer and Hymn, all hanging one on the Syndicate of the Cambridge University Press other, and connected into a harmonious whole, for forwarding the publication of the voluine must be deeply interesting.”—Church Quarwhich bears the above title, and which has terly Review recently appeared under their auspices.”— "The editors have done their work excel. Notes and Queries.

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QUIGNONIO editum et recognitum iuxta editionem Venetiis A.D. 1535 impressam curante JOHANNE WICKHAM LEGG Societatis Antiquariorum atque Collegii Regalis Medicorum Londinensium Socio in Nosocomio

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