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A Godlie Garden.

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s3-XII
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english
पत्रिका:
Notes and Queries
DOI:
10.1093/nq/s3-XII.305.351a
Date:
November, 1867
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Oath of Bread and Salt

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John Wolcot, M.D.

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NOTES AND QUERIES.

prelates at the. consecration of Bishop Caulfeild
of Nassau, which took place on November 24,
1841 [1861] in the private chapel of Lambeth
Palace ? And also of the assisting prelates at that
of Bishop Robert Machray, of Rupert's Land, on
June 24, 1865, in the same place ?
A. S. A.

351

PALACE OF HOLYROOD HOUSE.
(3fd S. x. 209.)
It is hardly fair in MR. PINKERTON to describe

[On Sunday, November 24, 18G1, the Ven. Charles ; the trifling and excusable clerical error of " cornCaulfeild, late Archdeacon of Nassau, was consecrated | rnon" for " country" people, as if it were an
Bishop of Nassau by the Primate of all England [John intentional misrepresentation. It is quite unimBird Sumner], in Lambeth Palace Chapel, assisted by portant, and does not in the least affect the matter
the Bishops of London [A. C. Tait] and Winchester in question.
He has entirely failed to meet, or even advert
[C. R. Sumner].
On June 24,18C5, Dr. Robert Machray was consecrated to, what I formerly said, viz., that
Bishop of Prince Hupert's Land by the Primate of all " his assertion involves the absurd supposition that, when
England [C. T. Longley], assisted by A. C. Tait, Bishop the Palace was rebuilt in the reign of Charles II., Queen
Mary's apartments were made to answer their former
of London, and E. Harold Browne, Bishop of Ely.]
appearance, in order to cram the public with the notion
that
they were the identical old rooms—an attempt which
" A GODLIE GARDEN." —Part of a small book
need only be mentioned to show its impracticability."

of private devotions (about 100 pages), printed in
black-letter, having been found in the wall of an
old Elizabethan house near this place—the title
of the book being A Godlie Garden—I shall be
glad if any of your correspondents can inform me
who was the writer, the printer, and what is the
date of the said book ?
IGNORAMUS.

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Allowing that part of the palace wns rebuilt by
Cromwell, it does not affect this unanswered and,
I confidently add, unanswerable conclusion. What
inducement either Cromwell or King Charles could
have to rebuild an exact facsimile of these rooms,
as they existed at the date of Rizzio's murder, is
Bury, Lancashire.
inconceivable; and supposing that men, say of
[We can trace three editions of this anonymous little twenty years of age in 1G50 (there must have
manual, namely, 1587, 1G04, 1G19. It is entitled "A been many such), who had seen the apartments
Godlie Garden: out of the which most cofortable hcarbs before the fire of that year took place, lived till
may be gathered for the health of the wounded conscience their thirtieth year as to Cromwell s rebuilding, or
of all penitent sinners. Colloss. 4.' Reioyce alvvay, pray their forty-fourth as to the king's, it is not concontinually, in all things be thankefull: for that is the sistent with reason or common sense that they
will of God in Christ Iesu toward us.' Perused and could be persuaded that these imitations were
allowed. At London, Printed by K. Bradocfc, 1604." the very same rooms which they saw formerly;
S2mo. Prefixed to the book is a Calendar and the and which correspond with their present condition by the uncontradicted testimony of all hisDegrees of Marriage. Pages 352. J
torians. Conceding, for argument (though denyLAW OP EVIDENCE. — A friend in India has ing in point of iact), that the accurate Mr.
written asking me to send him the best modern Chambers was under a mistake—or that the
work on this subject. Will one of your legal Bannatyne Club, comprising then, as they still
readers kindly inform me what to send ?
do, the 6lite of the literati of Scotland—were
guilty of an unauthorised interpolation, the same
W. II. S. AUDREY.
gross improbability would be as strong as ever.
3, Grove Villas, Penge.
[We are informed by a learned civilian that the best
The rest, of what MR. PINKERTON says bears
work on this subject is a Treatise on the Law of Evidence, as much on this subject as it does on any other
by J. Pitt Taylor, New edition, 2 vols. roy. 8vo, 1858. whatever. If he thinks he can satisfy anyone
that the patriot Wallace can be disposed of by
Price 3/. 3». Maxwell.].
the threadbare sneer of " a Sir William Wallace,'
PUMPKIN P I E . — Can any of your American even with the refined addition "who was hanged,"
readers give a receipt for pumpkin pie ? P. P. he is welcome to do so. When, however, he
[Not having access to an American cookery book, we asserts that
beg leave to refer to an amusing writer in Once a Week,
who makes " A Journey Round the World with a knife
and fork." Wherever he rambles, he reports on all things
eatable, and this is his brief report on pumpkin pie, as
eaten by him in America: " Pumpkin pie followed—the
pumpkin making a lighfr spiced custard upon a dry
crust"— Once a Week, Oct 5,1867, p. 397.]

" about the year 1817 everybody in Edinburgh, rich and
poor, gentle and simple, believed that two of the old
Town Guard bad been Roman soldiers, and present as
such at the Crucifixion,"

does he take into view that these fall under this
description—" Sir Walter Scott, Lord Jeffrey, thewhole Scottish bench' and bar, and the city clergy
of all denominations " P He surely does himself
little justice by making such statements, as they