Prolusiones Historicæ: Or, Essays Illustrative of the Halle of John Halle, Citizen, and Merchant, of Salisbury, in the Reigns of Henry VI. and Edward IV.: with Notes, Illustrative and Explanatory

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Biographical Account of Prynne
494
note Braithwaite the writer of the humorous poem entitled Drunken Barnabys four Journeys to the North of England on the authority of Mr Haslewo...
499
Memoirs and Works of Townshend
500
Brief Notice of Sir Thomas More and his Utopia
506
Diversified Translation of an ancient Latin Epigram
509
The Grade of the Frankelein discussed
510
The Voyage of John Taylor the Water Poet from Christchurch
511
to the City of Salisbury and further observations on the Fashion of the Beard
521
The Paston Letters
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Dissertation on the origin of the Pictures of St Christopher 573 Origin and use of the Ring
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Account of William of Malmesbury
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Notices of the Longspees Earls of Salisbury
577
Legend of St Margaret
582
The meaning of the word Countour as used by Chaucer explained
583
The situation in life of the Vavasour considered
584
Brief Account of Massinger
586
Divine Visitations consequent on perjured appeals to the Almighty
587
Origin and application of the word Furcifer
589
Etymology of Ambresbury
591
William of Malmesbury See Note 12 p 576
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Death of Admiral Hosier and Poem by Glover with reference to his fate
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Observations on the plural terminations of Saxon Substantives
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Statute of Richard the Third passed A D 1583 restrictive on importation
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ESSAY VI
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Origin of the name of the estate of Bishopsdown near Salisbury
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Memoir of Dr Maton
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On the inconvenience and impropriety of a perambulating Legis lature
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Observations on the convertible uses of the letters y and g in the early ages
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History of the Weeping Cross and other Crosses
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Injurious Effects of the use of Tobacco and Snuff
612
The Gordian Knot
616
Botanical Remarks on and the uses of the Cumin
618
Inquisitiones post mortem of the property of John Halle 4
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