Hume and Taycho


The Shore, &c. St. Cas

Alluding to like H-, or

Pitt. Ld. Ch-m dogmatize like


Trading Town Rochefort S

Town Louisbourg Quanbuku Duke

Tzin Khall Senegal Q. Syko

Queen Anne Ter Austr Africa Quamba Curi

Thum-Khumm dono, or

Qua T. Cummings * Fatzman D. of Cumberland Thin Quo Quib Quab Quebec

Thon Syn

Qua Chu

Guadaloupe Tan Yah Havannah
Quintus Curtius Voltaire Twitzer
Rha-rin-tumm Barr-n The Financier ?
Rhum-kikh Beckford

Stiphirumpoo Ld. Hardwicke Zantific's Understrapper?
Soo-san-sino E. of Gr--lle Tensio-dai-sin
Scrednées Swedes

Tartary Russia Sel-uon Knowles Tartars of Yesso Hanoverians Strong Post Ticonderoga Village Cherburg Sagacity of


Scotland an Engineer?

Ximian Scotchman Sh-telk Tory

Xicoco Ireland Sh-komo Whig

Yaffrai Amherst Sey-seo-Gun Admiral Yesso Hanover Sa-Boi Savoy

Ya-loff Gen. Wolfe Shi-Wang-ti

Yam a Kheit Marshal Keith Sarouf

Yak Strot Earl of Bute Slingers

Zantific Sandwich

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Collins's (Arthur) Historical Collections of the Noble Families

of Vere, Cavendish, Harley, 8c. 8c. Folio. 1752. Clarke, 1820, 87. 88.; G. Nassau, Esq. 1824, large paper, 101. 10s.

The following Portraits, &c. should be contained in the above work, which was compiled by Collins, at the request of Lady Oxford, mother to the Duchess Dowager of Portland.

1. Lady Eliz. Cavendish .
2. Wm. Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle

25 3. Tomb of the Duke and Duchess of Newcastle

44 4. Denzil Baron Hollis, of Ifield

100 5. Tomb of John Hollis, Duke of Newcastle

185 6. Thos. Harley, of Bramton Bryan

197 7. Sir Robert Harley, of ditto

198 8. Şir E. Harley, Knt.

200 9. Hon. E. Harley

206 -10. R. Harley, Esq. of Oxford, &c.

207 11, Edward, Earl of Oxford

212 12. Horace, Lord Vere, of Tilbury



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