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LONDON, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1893.
Sir Walter Rawleigh dated the first of August
1603.” The contents of this letter are so utterly CONTENT 8.-N° 78.
inconsistent with Sir Walter's tone in relation to NOTES :- Letters of Ralegh, 481 – Beaconsfield Bibliography in his alleged complicity with the plots of 1603, that 482—Royal House of Oldenburg, 483—Twice Knighted, 484 -"Eavesdropper”-“ Forth” and “
one is forced to conclude either that it is a forgery,
Ford"-Archbishop's Crosier-Roman Bell, 485—Herring Pie—“ Inkhornize"- or more likely that it is a genuine appeal from one Solomon C. Eveske-Family of Sir T. More, 486.
of the real conspirators. I hope to be allowed to QUERIES:-Sir Basil Brooke Armeria – H.M.S. Fou- print it on some future occasion. droyant, 487–Pocock-Murder of a Sheriff of Middlesex
With regard to the evidently genuine letters F. Whistler-Aldgate or Aldersgate—“Let us walk down Fleet Street ”—Pepys–Wootton, Surrey-Lodgings under which follow—their proper date, as the internal the Commonwealth-Rumbold Family, 488–'Chronicles of evidence of the second proves, is 1611. They must
Eri' – Garden of the Soul'—Black for Evening Wear, 489. be read in close connexion with the letter to Queen REPLIES :-Sugar-plums, 489–Chesney Family, 490—Duel Anne of Denmark, printed by Mr. Edwards as
Slopseller-Archer Family, 491. German Notes and cxlvii. (vol. ii. p. 334). It appears likely that the Queries'
Massacre of Scio - Enfield and EdmontonHeraldry-Chester called Westchester-Col. Charteris, 492 true date of the letter to the Lord Treasurer on
“The Leash - Luce - "Hospitale Conversorum et Guiana, printed out of its right order (Edwards, Puerorum"-"Fray-bug">Waterloo, 493.-Cogers' Hallo. ii. 389), should be 1607, not, as conjectured, 1608 “Telepathic Obsession" - Vole-“ Ale-dagger"
“Commenced M.A.," 494-Carlo Albacini—“Practical Politics or 1609. Constantius II. – Samuel Evans — Novel Notions of
The poor prisoner seems to bave made formal Heraldry - "To rush” — Unlucky Houses - Epiphany Offering–The Poets Laureate, 495–"Yearn"-Member of applications with respect to Guiana in 1607, Parliament-Old
English Spinning-Kingsley's Last Lines before Carr had acquired the Sherborne estate, --- Second Sight, 496 — Hawisia de Ferrers - Duologue, and in 1611. Delay only diminished the chances ** Dumble"-Charles II., the Fish, and the Royal Societies of success, and when he was allowed to sail in 497—Highland Light Infantry-Mandragora-Inscription -Saller mony," ° 498—Rev. H. Adams-R. M. Martin | 1617, through the dominant influence of GondoRelics, 499.
mar in the English Court, failure was a foregone NOTES ON BOOKS :-Ward's 'St. Edmund's College Old conclusion. Hall'-Frere's 'Stepney.'
In transcribing these letters I have faithfully Notices to Correspondents.
followed my copy. On the question whether they are to be viewed as accurate verbatim transcrip
tions of the originals I wish to say a few words Notes.
hereafter :UNPUBLISHED LETTERS OF SIR WALTER
A L're wrytten by Sir Walter Rawleigh to his Matie
Anuo 1607  Conscerninge Guyana:
I hope that yof most excellent Matie will pardon this Mr. Edwards ('Life and Letters of Ralegb,' presumption of myne, I have besought the Queene, that vol. ii. p. liii, sqq.) laments that the collection out of hir wonted Charritye towardes mee, shee woulde of letters, in spite of his persevering efforts to for whereas I have been tould, that it pleased yor Matle
bee pleased to offerr unto yo® matle theis ffewe Lynes, recover missing portions of Sir Walter's corre
to reade over a L're of myne, wrytten to my Lord spondence, was still far from complete, and antici. Treasuror : ffor a voyage to Guyana, I most humblye pates that other letters, which he was unable to beseech yor Ma'le to beleive that I never had other recover, would come to light as the result of future respect to my selfe in that proiecte then to make it research. I cannot find, however, that anything apparante, that I have ever been, and ever will remayne
yor Matles ffaithffull servante, That ever I sought my written by Sir Walter of material interest has been Lib'tye thereby, for the Love of Lib'tye or that I had printed since this date (1868).
any Tricke therein, as it pleaseth some men to Tearme it, The two letters, now, it is believed, for the first The lyveinge god doth wyttnes the contrarye, ffor to him time offered to the public, are copied from a MS. that hath not been Bredd a slavishe Marryner: The imvolume of historical and legal letters and treatises then the Tower of London, into wch, as I was never cast,
prysonmte of a longe Navigac'on is ffurr more greivous of the early seventeenth century. It is of folio for any knaverye, or villanye, soe will I never seeke to size, contains 220 leaves, and bears at each end the bee delivered thereby : siguature “Ric. Tichbo’ne.' Included in this col. Butt: maye it please yok most excellent matle it is true, lection are seven of Ralegh's published letters, that I did Lament the reffusall made ; Because yor Matlé numbered in Edwards's collection cxviii. (to the hath thereby reffused a most easye waye of being In
riched, Both in dispight of yor Malitious enemyes Lords Commissioners), cxxi. (to the King), cxxix. Abroade ; and of yo gruntinge [sic] Subts att home. (ditto), cxliii. (to Sir Robert Carr), cxxiii. (to his And whereas it hath been infforced against mee that it wife), cxlvi. (to Queen Anne), cliv. (to Sir Ralph bad been a greate Leuitye* of State, to have Trusted a Winwood, though here superscribed To my Lord Man in my estate, it had been indeed well said, yf I had Treʼr"). Following these is a copy of "Sir Walter desired the Truste of any greate so'me of Monye, of any
greate Armye, or any greate fileete, or of any thinge els, Rawleighs Conffession," 1.6., his speech upon the whereby yo Matie might have Receyved preiudyce. Butt scaffold (Edwards, i. 699), and, earlier in the series, “ A letter [to the king] supposed to be written by
* Query whether Lenity or Levity ?
where noethinge had been putt in hazard wth mee, Butt Nigel Penruddock
Cardinal Manning myne owne shame and inftamye, where I was to bee Mr. Ferrars (the grandtrusted in noethinge, Butt to make my selfe a Ridiculous father)
Rt. Hon. George Rose Lyer, and a Beggar, and to leave that marcke uppon my George Waldershare George Smythe Children, and posteritye, I should have thought it (under Job Thornberry
Richard Cobden pardon) when I lyved in the world, a greate Leuitye* of Mr. Vigo
Mr. Poole State, to have Reffused such an Adventure, seeinge what Mr. Jorrocks
Mr. Milner Gibson Boever proffitt had been made, the same had been yor Hortensius
Sir W. Vernon Harcourt Maties, and there was noetbinge els where of yo? Matle Sidney Wilton
Sidney Herbert had been in daunger, Butt of the yll Bestoweinge of Mr. Sainte Barbe
Thackeray yor Mercye; ffor, alas, whatt a'me I, in respect of that Mr. Gushy
Dickens wth hath been offerred, To make wch good, whie was I not Topsy-Turvy
Vanity Fair rayther infforced, then forbidden, yf it had been butt a Scaramouch ...
Punch promyse of myne, wbie was it not tryed, seeing the pro- This key was reprinted in ' N. & Q.' for Jan. 8, mise was soe greate, and I soe little, or whie should soe Feb. 19, and May 21, 1881. See 1881 (including noteable a servyco ffor yor Matie bee Ballanced wth the Lib'tye of one man, whose ffortune, when it was att a German translation) and 1891. greatest never over-shadowed any thinge butt it selfe.
Endymion. "Quicquid agunt homines." By the Butt: seeinge it is in the Providence of god, (tbat Right Honorable the Earl of Beaconsfield, K.G., author yor Matle reffuseinge it) so'me other Kinge, or Kingdom'e of “Lothair," etc., etc. New York: D. Appleton and shalbee inriched thereby, ffor it cannot lye bidden longe, Company, 1, 3, and 5 Bond Street. 1880.-8vo. Pp. ii, yett I most bumblye Beseech yor Matle to doe mee that 477. B.Ñ. 12619 i. 14, grace, as to Beleive, that I, whoe have spent my sorrow. ifull tymes of ymprisonmte in the studdye of yor Maties
1881. Bervyce, and caffetye, of wch I hope one daye to make Endymion. By the author of " Lothair.” Quicquid good prooffe would in the rest never have proved ffalse, agunt homines.". London: Longmans, Green & Co.
1881. nor never have been ffounde ungrateffull to such a Kinge,
All rights reserved.—8vo. pp. iv, 474, B.M. as tooke mee out of the bandes of death, when noe man 12618 dd. 11. els that had power in the worlde, bad compassion of See 1880. meo:
Yor Maties humble vassall,
Endymion. Von Earl of Beaconsfield. (Benjamin
D'Israeli.) Aus dem Englischen von Professor Dr. C.
O. DEEDES. Böttger. Autorisirte deutsche Ausgabe. Quicquid Brighton.
agunt homines."...... Leipzig : F. A. Brockhaus. 1881. (To be continued.)
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Novels and tales by the Earl of Beaconsfield. With BENJAMIN DISRAELI, EARL OF BEACONSFIELD.
portrait and sketch of his life. [General title-page.] (Continued from p. 445.)
Hughenden Edition...... London: Longmans, Green, and
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Vol. i., pp. vi, 487, and portrait, contains year-date only.
• Vivian Grey'; vol. ii., pp. vi, 451, 'The Young 1880.
Duke' and Count Alarcos'; vol. iii., pp. viii, 461, Endymion. By the author of " Lothair.”
“Quicquids agunt homines.'' In three volumes...... London: Long. Contarini Fleming' and 'The Rise of Iskander”; mans, Green, and Co. 1880. All rights reserved. 8vo. vol. iv., pp. viii, 463, ' Alroy,'
, 'Ixion in Heaven,' B.M. 12640 bb. 3.
• The Infernal Marriage,' and Popanilla'; vol. V., Vol. i. has pp. iv, 331; vol. ii., pp. iv, 337 ; pp. viii, 464, Henrietta Temple '; vol. vi., pp. viii, vol
. iii., pp. iv, 346.' Messrs. Longman sold pine 482, “Venetia'; vol. vii., pp. vi, 477, 'Coningsby' thousand copies of the three-volume edition. In vol. viii., pp. viii, 489, Sybil'; vol. ix., pp. viii, *N. & Q.,' git S. ii. 484, appeared the following 487, Tancred: (the Preface to the Fifth Edition Key to 'Endymion.'
has the pagination vii-ix, but it should apparently Zenobia ...
be v-vii); vol. ., pp. xx, 485, 'Lothair'; vol. xi., Berengaria (Lady Moutfort) Hon. Mrs. Norton pp. ii, 474, 30, and portrait, 'Endymion. The Agrippina
novel ends on p. 474; & memoir, entitled “The Adriana Neufchatel Lady Burdett Coutts
Earl of Beaconsfield,' separately paged, concludes The Neufchatels... The Rothschilds
the volume. Col. Albert (Prince Florestan). Napoleon III.
Wit and wisdom of Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of BeaconsLord Roehampton Lord Palmerston
field. Collected from his writings and speeches. LonLord Montfort
The late Lord Hertford don : Longmans, Green, and Co. 1881. All rights Lord Rawchester
reserved.-8vo. pp. xiv, 382. B.M, 2344 a. Earl of Beaumaris
The late Earl of Derby The extracts are classified alphabetically. Under Mr. Bertie Tremaine
Lord Houghton Count of Ferroll ...
Poetry" are printed several of the poems menPrince Bismarck Endymion The Author
tioned previously in this list under the year of their
first publication as well as some verses from the * See note, ante.
Calamities and quarrels of authors. By Isaac Disraeli. tion of his great example.” Tenth edition. London: A new edition edited by his son the Earl of Beaconsfield. Longmars, Green, and Co. 1882.-8v0. pp. xiv, 422. London: Frederick Warne and Co., Bedford Street, See 1852. Strand.—1881. 8vo. pp. viii, 552. B.M. 11840 dd. 12.
1883. See 1859.
The wondrous tale of Alroy. 2 parte. Warsaw.-8vo. Amenities of literature, consisting of sketches and B.M. 01980 b. 5. (Not seen.] characters of English literature. By Isaac Disraeli. A
This is a translation into Hebrew. See 1833. New Edition, edited by his son, the Earl of Beaconsfield.
Tancred. Translated from the English by L. Levin. London: Frederick Warne and Co., Bedford Street, 3 vols. Warsaw, 1883-4.-8vo. B.M. 1980 d. (Not Strand.-1881, 8vo. pp. vi, 762, and frontispiece. B.M. seen.) 11851 de, 5.
This is also a translation into Hebrew. See See 1859.
1847. Literary character of men of genius. Drawn from
1884. their own feelings and confessions, By Isaac Disraeli. Lord Beaconsfield on the Constitution.
“ What is A new edition edited by his son the Earl of Beaconsfield. he?" and "A Vindication of the English Constitution." London: Frederick Warno and Co., Bedford Street, By “ Disraeli the Younger.” (the Earl of Beaconsfield, Strand.-1881. 850. pp. xvi, 462. B.M. 11851 de. 4. K.G.) edited with an anecdotal preface by Francis HitchSee 1859.
man, author of "The Public Life of the Earl of Beacong
field,” &c. London: Field & Tuer, Y• Leadenhalle Presse, Curiosities of literature. By Isaac Disraeli. A New E.C. Simpkin, Marshall & Co.; Hamilton, Adams & Co. Edition, edited, with memoir and notes, by his son, the -1884. Obl. 8vo. pp. 1x, 210. B.M. 8139 a. 8. Earl of Beaconsfield. In three volumes......London : Frederick Warne and Co., Bedford Street, Strand.—1881. The title-pages of the two tracts are reprinted.
The preface, illustrated, occupies pp. vii-Ix. Svo, B.M, 11851 de. 6. Vol. i. has pp. xlviii, 471, and portrait ; vol. ii.,
There is an Appendix, pp. 207–10. The tracts pp. viii, 546, and portrait ; vol. iii., pp. iv, 540.
were originally printed in 1833 and 1835 respecThe prefatory matter of vol. i. contains the memoir tively. printed in the 1849 edition and also the preface
On the principles of the Conservative party; delivered dated “Bradenbam House, March, 1839.” See Orations," edited by Charles Kendall Adams (New York
at Manchester, April 3, 1872.—Representative British 1849.
and London, G. P. Putnam's Sons), 1884, 16mo. pp. 2161882.
276. B.M. 12301 cc. 3. Selected speeches of the late Right Honourable the
The speech is preceded by a biographical sketch, Earl of Beaconsfield. Arranged and edited with introduction and explanatory notes by T. E. Kebbel, M.A. pp. 204–15, the opening sentence of which states With a Portrait. In two volumes...... London: Long-that Vivian Grey' was published in 1825, thus mans, Green, and Co. 1882. All rights reserved. 8vo. antedating its appearance by a year. B.M. 12301 d. 37.
The Beaconsfield birthday book. The secret of sucVol. i. has pp. xx, 634; vol. ii., pp. viii, 647. cess is constancy to purpose' (Speech June 24, 1872). The first speech reprinted was delivered at High • He had a purpose, and they say that a man with a Wycombe, June 9, 1832; the latest, on the purpose generally sees it realised' (Endymion). London: evacuation of Candabar, March 4, 1881. Besides Longmans, Green, and Co. 1884. All rights reserved.
16mo, B.M, 12274 a. 11. political speeches, there are included the address at the Manchester Atheneum, Oct. 3, 1844, on
Unpaged. Sigs. A to R, 16 pp. each, and 9 pp. the value of literature ; the speech at the dinner of in s. The date of Disraeli's birth is given as the Royal Literary Fund on May 8, 1872; that on
Dec. 21, 1805, instead of 1804. the seventh anniversary of the Hospital for Con
(To be continued.) sumption, Brompton, May 2, 1849; and the tribute in the House of Commons to the memory of the THE ROYAL HOUSE OF OLDENBURG. Prince Consort, Feb. 6, 1862. The date of the
(Continued from p. 443.) Manchester Athenæum speech is wrongly given as
We now return to John, Duke of Holstein, the Oct. 23; and the line
third and youngest son of Christian III. This Fields that cool Ilyasus laves
prince, as we have said, by his first wife had eight is misprinted
sons. Only three of them left issue, viz., Alexander Fields that cool Ulyssus loves.
(whose descendants we have considered), Frederick, Wellington.—' Sonnets of Three Centuries,' edited by and Philip. The male issue of Frederick (the sixth T. Hall Caine, 1882, p. 115. B.M. 11601 ff. 6.
son) expired with his grandson Ernest Leopold, in For the history of this sonnet see 1848.
1722, and Philip's male issue became extinct in On the Portrait of the Lady Mahon, 1839.- Sonnets 1779, upon the death of his great-great-grandson, of Three Centaries,' 1882, pp. 308-9.
Duke Frederick Henry William, in 1779. The See 1839.
eighth and youngest son of Duke John by his Lord George Bentinck : a political biography. By the first wife, Alfred, died s.p. in 1613. By his second Right Honorable B. Disraeli." He left us the legacy of wife, Agnes Hedwig, Electress of Saxony, daughter heroes; the memory of his great name and the inspira. of Joachim Ernest, Prince of Anhalt, and widow of