himself that he never had stricken or wounded any man, i

TO CORRESPONDENTS. never taken anything from their bodies, as rings, &c., never

W. Webster. (Coins). J. J. (Petition Crown). J. H. cut their girdles or saddles, or done them who he robbed any corporeal violence. He was with his companion re

(Irish Copper Tokens) thanked, but enough space has been prieved, and sent these following verses to the King for

devoted to the subject. mercy, and hath obtained it :-".

The article on Will. Fuller in our present number em

braces the information so obligingly communicated by " I that bath robb'd so oft, am now bid stand

H. J. Bobart and J. K.
Death and the law assault me, and demand

E. Peacock (Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy) in our
My life and means. I never used men so,

next. But, having ta'en their money, let them go.

L. H. M. is referred to Sir F. Madden's “ Observations Yet must I die? And is there no relief?

on the autograph of Shakspere, and the orthography of The King of Kings had mercy on a thief

his name.” 1838. In his Will,' however, our great So may our gracious King, too, if he please,

dramatist signs himself William Shakspeare. Without his council, grant me a release ;

T. R. Brown. The explanation of the “Rosetta Stone" God is his precedent, and men shall see

displays great research, but we are afraid the subject is too His mercy go beyond severity.'

abstruse for the generality of our readers.

E. S. Taylor.- We have engraved the coin so kindly FLOGGING IN THE ARMY.-I remember on the road forwarded.' leading to Charnwood, in Leicestershire, stood one of

G. S. Wintle (Satirical Coin) in our next. the old oaks of the forest. It was during the war time, when troops were stationed at Loughborough. Under its time-honoured branches the triangles were fixed, and the soldier's back bared so often to receive the lash,

Literary and žrientific Obituary. that the people at last in detestation cut it down. I BONNAR, Mr. Portrait and Historical Painter. February. wish some of your antiquarian friends could point out Creuze, Augustus F. B. Naval Architecture. Nov. 23, the earliest instances on record in English history of 1852. flogging in the army

A SEXAGENARIAN, D'ARUSMONT, Madame, well-known as Miss Fanny Leicester, January 29.

Wright, authoress of • A few days in Athens.' 14

Dec. 1852. THOMAS GENT.- In the last number of the “ Notes" | Fairland, Thomas. October, 1852. Engraver and Por. there is an interesting article on Thomas Gent, a well- trait Painter. known Yorkshire typographer and topographer, taken from Fillans, James. Sept. 27, 1852. Sculptor. his Autobiography, published by Thomas Thorpe in 1832. Gilbert, Rev. Joseph, author of the Christian Atone

At the close of the Life, the publisher states that ment,' &c. Dec. 12, 1852. Gent translated into English verse the “Reliquiæ HAWKINS, George, Lithographic Artist. Nov. 6, 1852. Eboracenses," by Dr. Heneage Dering, Dean of Ripon ; HalcomB, Mr. Sergeant. Nov. 3, 1852. Law. and that an inferior printed copy was in his possession, HASTED, Rev. Henry, F.R.S. Nov. 26, 1852. Sermons. intended probably as a proof. I should be glad if your Huve, Monsieur, Member of the Académie des Beaux correspondent could inform me whether it was published | Arts. Architecture. Lately. or not, as I never saw a copy, though I have for some Johnson, Captain, R.N. author of Necessity for conyears collected every work connected with Yorkshire

sidering the deviations of the Compass.'

MERRIMAN, Samuel, M.D. Medical Essays. Nov. 22, topography; if not published, what has become of the

1852. proof? If Gent's translation is even a moderate one, it

Mangin, Rev. Edward, editor of Richardson's Works, would form a curious and interesting addition to York

Piozziana, &c. October 17, 1852. shire literature. The original work being in Latin verse,

PEREIRA, Dr. Medical Works. 20 January, few people are acquainted with it ; from its want of

PROTHEROE, Edward Davis. Public Records. August 18, success on that account, the work was never completed.

1852. I should be glad if any one would print Gent's transla- Price, James, editor of the Dublin Evening Packet. tion, if it can be found ; it might be done at a small cost. January 14.

Whilst on the subject of Gent's works, I would warn READER, William, Warwickshire Antiquities. October 3, the curious collector to beware of the generally imperfect 1852. state of his books; their circulation lay principally Smyth, George Lewis, Biography and Newspaper Literaamongst the poorer classes, and from the rough usage

ture. February. they have experienced, they are generally in a bad state. TRAIN, Joseph, Antiquities, History of Galloway, a friend

of Sir Walter Scott. Lately. For example, take his “ History of Ripon," this fre

| VANDERLYN, John, American Painter. Sept. 23, 1852. quently wants the map; more frequently the three

von Oesfeld, Colonel, chief of the Trigonometric BuChurches at page 2 of the Excursions, the second part

reau at Berlin, MS. Catalogue of all Geographical of the work, and where the paging is recommenced ;

Maps and Plans published in Europe from the earliest whilst the view of St. Mary's Abbey, York, at page 4,

period to the 19th century. Recently. is not found in one copy out of ten. WM. BOYNE WOODWARD, T. Animal Painter. Oct. 1852.

Headingley, Feb. 1853.

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