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LONDON, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1884.

name borne by that which is before me. This

has no frontispiece nor "Explanation.” CollaCONTENT8.- No 229.

tion : NOTES :-Cotton's and Seymour's “Gamesters," 381–Old | Title, 1 f.; Epistle, 2 ff.; Contents 1 f. (This differs Registers, Grimsby, 383 - Wolsey's Portraits-A Veteran

from the table of contents of the 1721 edition, inasmuch Organist, 385 --Liddell and Scott's Lexicon-An Earthquake Five Centuries Ago - Regicides-Marriage Custom-Con

as it does not include the “ Gentleman's Diversion.") sonant Power of W, 386.

Chapters i. to xi.; i. to v.; and i. to V.; 104 pp.

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A Passage in Bossuet - Special Funeral Services-Sir N. liards”), in the fourth line of the last paragraph,
Wraxall-Quotations Wanted-Stafford Barony-Away or
Oway-Broadbridge: Charles-Inverted Chevron, 387--Mrs.
Browning's “Court Lady"-Shrovetide Rhyme-Market for

kitchen, as in the edition of 1721; these words are Wives-Military Mourning-Decani and Cantoris-Heraldic Crests-Disfranchised Boroughs-Crimping-Age of Ivy, 388

that of 1709. (B.M.; and J. M.) -Prince Tite-Dawes Family-Lady Arabella Churchill Baker Family-Hartley Coleridge-Asses' Bridge--"Blud The next edition is called :schap doet," &c.—Proverb-Francis I. and the Reformation

The Compleat Gamester :...... London: Printed for J. -The Three Black Graces-Paraphrase of Horace-Tull, Painter, 389–Sun dancing at Easter-Hyrned-Eclipses of

Wilford, at the Three Flower de Luces in Little the Sun-Authors Wanted, 390.

| Britain. MDCCXXI. REPLIES:-Quaviver, 390-Notes on “Folk-Etymology," 391

Collation :-Tho. Dunckerley FitzGeorge, 392-Beachy Head, 393—1 The Explanation, 1 f.; Frontispiece, 1 f.; Title, 1 f.; Epigram on Sleep-Flying Kites - Alpine Custom--Tennis- Epistle, 2 ff.; Contents, 1 f.; Games on the Cards, within Edinburgh Castle-Romany, 394-" Virtue," &c. -St. Golder

er the tables, and without the tables, 104 pp. (same as in -Ballet-Rev. R. Harris-Proverb Wanted, 395-Old Proverb-Rev. J. (or Samuel) Perkins-Gordon of Lesmoir

“ Games most in Use"); Riding, &c., and Bowling, 44 pp. " Russet-pated choughs"-A. E. Brae--Signatures to League The frontispiece is the same plate as that of the and Covenant, 896 - T. L. Peacock-Song by HandelPrujean Square-Mrs. H. Lynch-Lloydia serotina-Family

editions of 1680 and 1709, but the final e of ComName, 397 _Drinking Toasts-Viscount Montague-Mufti pleate has been erased, and an e inserted in the London Paved with Gold-King Stephen and the Hostage

middle of the word Gamster; the address of Hen. Shillitoe Family, 398-Authors Wanted, 399.

Brome has disappeared from the foot of the plate. NOTES ON BOOKS:-Long Scott's “Letter Book of Gabriel

There are also some differences in the “ExplanaHarvey"-Church's "Bacon "-Lynn's “Celestial Motions."

tion"; it is enough to cite one, “Hot, piping out" Notices to Correspondents, &c.

in the sixteenth line, which is here first corrected to “ Hot, piping hot." The book is the same as the

previous Gamesters, but is rearranged. The treaMates.

tise “Of gaming in general" is omitted ; on the

table of contents "Ruff and Honours" appears COTTON'S AND SEYMOUR'S “GAMESTERS.”

erroneously as “Ruff and Hazard.” “Trucks, (Concluded from p. 323.)

Cribbidge, All-Fours, Five-Cards, Costly-Colours, A book must here be mentioned which Lowndes Bone-Ace, Put and the High-Game, Wit and dates 1690, but of which the only two copies I Reason, Art of Memory, Plain Dealing, Queen have yet found are undated; the title is as follows: Nazareen, Penneech, and Post and Pair, are

Games | most in | Use, / in England, France, and all omitted ; “Bragg, Primero, and Verquere" Spain, | viz. | Basset, Picquet, Primero, L'Ombre, Chess, are added; “Doublets, Sice-Ace, and KetchBilliards, Grand-Tricktrack, Verquere, &c. | Some of Dolt." omitted. The “Games on the Cards” are which were never before Prin- | ted in any Language. All Regulated by the most Experienc'd | Masters, 1

placed first ; Riding, Racing, Archery, CockWith a Table to the Whole. London: Printed, and fighting, and Bowling, are printed separately in a Sold by J. Morphew, near | Stationers-Hall ; and by the sort of second part, called the “Gentleman's Booksellers. | Price Bound Sheep, Is. 6d, calf 28. [n, d.] Diversion.” It must be noted, in support of the Lowndes may, of course, be right; but there is claim of “Games most in Use" to priority of this reason for doubting, in this case, either his impression, that the title and second part of this accuracy or the identity of this book with that edition appear to be in a later style of typography which he describes, viz., that the “ Games most than that of the first part, which is identical with in Use” here noted constitute a volume which that of“ Games most in Use." (B.M.; H. H. G.; is partly, at least, the same, even to the typo- J. M.) graphy, as the Gamester of 1721, to be mentioned The Compleat Gamester :...... The Fifth Edition, with presently, notwithstanding that a Gamester had, additions. London: Printed for J. Wilford at the Three as we have just seen, appeared in 1709, not differ | Golden | Flower-de-Luces in Little Britain. 1725. ing materially from previous editions, except as Collation :to date. It is not, therefore, likely that this book Frontispiece, 1 f. (same as in the edition of 1721); did appear before 1709, was then replaced by a Title, 1 f.; The Explanation, 1 f.;* Epistle, 2 ff.; Conreprint of the 1680 edition, and reappeared in the tents, I T.; an

in the tents, 1 f.; and 224 pp. original type in 1721. After all, perbaps, Lowndes # “Hot, piping hot "bus now again become “Hot, alludes to some other book, though he gives the piping out.

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