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HARLAND (John). Mamecestre : being chapters from the early recorded

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Châtiments, 1853. 12° Paris, 1862.
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HULTON (W. A.). —see Penwortham Priory. Coucher Book.
Huxley (Thomas Henry). Lectures on the elements of Comparative

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INNES. Account of the Familie of Innes compiled by Duncan Forbes,

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IRELAND. Irish Glosses. A mediæval tract on Latin Declension, with

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4° Dublin, 1860. IRONMONGERS' Hall, London. Catalogue of the Antiquities and Works

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with that of his types, St. John the Baptist, and other persons of the Old and New Testament. Continued by Lady Eastlake. 2 vols,

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