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THE OLD CHURCH CLOCK. By RICHARD PARKINSON, B.D., Canon
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ERLEVAR CERNEWAC, a Dictionary of the Cornish Dialect of the Cym-
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IOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF EMIN ENT WELSHMEN, from
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ELINEATIONS OF ROMAN ANTIQUITIES found at CAERLEON,
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ESSAY ON THE CELTIC LANGUAGES, compared amongst themselves,
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