2 edition of Lean"s collectanea found in the catalog.
Vincent Stuckey Lean
|Statement||Collections by Vincent Stuckey Lean :|
|Contributions||Woodward, Julia Lucy., Williams, T W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. in 5 :|
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Lean's Collectanea is a vast collection of proverbs, folklores and superstitions acquired over a lifetime by Vincent Stuckey Lean of Bristol (—99). Painstakingly collected and researched during Lean's travels on the Continent and Leans collectanea book Britain, the 5-volume Collectanea is packed with many thousands of entries, helpfully arranged by theme and fully : Vincent Stuckey Lean.
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Not indexed. Not illustrated. Excerpt: This seems quite modern. I have found no earlier : Vincent Stuckey Lean. Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. by T. Williams. Prefatory note "Memoir," by Julia L. Woodward: v.
1, p. ix-xvi "Contributions to ʻNotes and queries'": v. Childhood is the most vital element in a person’s development. The Jesuits used to say, ‘Give me a child for the first seven years, and you may do what you like with him afterwards.’1 They knew that by the time a child had reached seven, his character would largely be set and, even at that tender age, you could ‘see’ the man.
Thus they invested a lot of time and effort into ensuring. ‘The child is father of the man’ As a child Darwin did not get away with his attempts at ‘manipulating the world.’ Bywhen his first book came out, however, the world was faced with a cleverer adult, capable of a more detailed attempt at manipulation than before.
Leans Collectanea, Vol.3, p., (quoted in the. In Collectanea Skene tried at first to answer the same question as that being posed today. This was despite having the ‘Black Book of Clanranald’, text no.
8 below, in his possession. He had picked it up at a Dublin bookstall for £14 in or before Clearly when he got to l however, he recognised a sequence of. About this Item: Trustees Under the Will of Mary Baker G. Eddy, Boston, Cloth.
Condition: Good. No Jacket. First Edition. First edition, white decorative hard covers with large red stain front and a bit into the back, smudges, otherwise graphics on front and spine in good condition, leaf end with gold gilt.
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Thomas Corser—Lamb and Coleridge—Human interest resident. The same author states in his third book: The part of our earth, of which I speak, floating, as it were, on the surrounding ocean, as has been stated, has its longest dimension running from east to west, that is from India to the columns of Hercules consecrated at Cadiz, six thousand six hundred and thirty miles, as is held by Artemidorus.
London; F. Pickton, Printer, Perry’s Place, 29, Oxford Street. v PREFACE. In the course of the fifteenth century, England experienced, in a lamentable degree, the sad effects of internal discord, and the miseries caused by the conflicts of adverse factions.
It is scarcely possible, for historians to point out, in the annals of any country in Europe, in the feudal ages, deeds of violence. *For MS abbreviations, see head of textual notes. Notes to Book 2 9 ff. Latin marginalia: Hic in secundo libro tractat de Inuidia et eius speciebus, quarum dolor alterius gaudii prima nuncupatur, cuius condicionem secundum vicium Confessor primitus describens, Amanti, quatenus amorem concernit, super eodem consequenter opponit.
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