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    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. Iistory of the Life and Tines of Edmund BurkIe. By Thomas Macknight, Author of ' The Right Hon. B. Disraeli, M.P., a Literary and Political Biography,' &c. Yol. III. Chapman and Hall. , Burke," said Johnson, Subscribers-only content

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    BOOKS OF THE WEEK. HISTORY.-' Sketches of Early Scotch History and Social Progress. Church Organization. The University. HIome Life.' By Cosmo Innes. (Edinburgh: Edmonston and Douglas.) TRAVEL, &c.-'The English Sportsman in the Western Prairies.' By the Hon. Grantley F. Subscribers-only content

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    3OOXS OF TIE WEXE. 'INDEx to the ENwCYCLOcDiA BUITANXICA, or Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature.' Eighth Edition. (Adam and Charles Black.) IITEMATURE.-' Homeric Translation in Theory and Prac- tice.' A Reply to Matthew Arnold, :Esq,, Professor of Subscribers-only content

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    by Lord Lindsay. (Murray.) EssAys.-' A Lecture on WVit, Humour, and Pathos.' De- livered at Banstead by Benjamin Lambert, Esq. (Tresidder.) -Lectures on Natural History.' By Edward Jesse, Esq., Author of' Gleanings in Natural History,' &c. delivered at the "Fisherman's Subscribers-only content

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    FOREIGN J3OoKS. The stout fourth volume of a 'German Constitutional kIstory, just put forth at Kiel by Professor George Waitz, ought, an Englishman would think, to have some practical bearing on German political opinion in the present day. It Subscribers-only content

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    WHALESBOROUGH, John (c.1369-1418), of Whalesborough, Cornw.

    and family, beginning in 1401, when Sir John Grenville*, his neighbour at Stow, and other friends acted as feoffees of Tresidder and Lancarffe. Subsequent transactions in 1403 (regarding the manor of Whalesborough) and 1411 (that of Lamellion) provided his wife

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    Index, S - Z

    142 Woodfield, Alice, wife of William Woodfield, laborer, 91 Worthett, Henry, 7 Treddaway , Henry, 238 Tremarn , Christoper, 236 Tresidder , Giles, 317 Trever , John, 143 Trevethell , William, "suspected papist," 110 Trim , Mathew, xlvi, 190 Trion

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