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It is not at all written in a sectarian spirit, and steers clear of theological dogma, but if you detect any errors, you would be, of course, quite at liberty to criticise them from your own point of view. Mark Pattison's ' Life of Isaac Casaubon/ which appears in January, 1876.^ The printer, I remember once addressed the proof sheets to the *Eev. I sincerely hope that, if you visit town next year, you will allow me, during the season, an opportunity of improving our acquaintance. 28, J 876, My Deak Lord, — I fear it will be impossible for me to keep my engagement with you to-morrow. But he did not do so, and we are able to discover only four more alluded to in Mr. I know no one so competent to review it as yourself, and I heartily hope you will undertake it. The fame of Mezzofanti has reached every European ' Vol. 1-43 32 THE IRISH ECCLESIASTICAL RECORD ear ; and I have already derived much pleasure from looking into your memoir. His friend had evidently asked him to join in befriending the widow of Hogan, the sculptor, who had recently died. Hogan survived her illustrious husband till the beginning of the present year. I have, however, I rejoice to say, finished it taliter qtialiter, and have but two or three sheets now to print. RUSSELL, OF MAYNCXDTH 33 to the great quarterly which it has been necessary to name so often : — DUNDALK, D^c. It has cost me little trouble, in fact only the time occupied in writing ; and these things will be seen by people whom we could not hope to reach by any other channel. Kussell had drawn up a list of his contri- butions to The Edinburgh Eeview similar to the list of his more than six hundred contributions to Chambers* Encyclopedia which I found among his papers, and have published in The Irish Monthly? Eeeve dispensed with his service during so long a period, especially when we find him writing to the President as follows, on the 13th of November, 1875 : — Dear Dr. William Smith has just published the first volume of his Dictionary of Christian Antiqidtie Sy which seems to me to be a most interesting and creditable book. The writer's name lends some value to the following slight note : — Carlton House Terrace, July 26, '59. and Dear Sir, — Pray accept my best thanks for your kind gift. The first of them alludes to the laborious volume which grew out of the original disquisition on great linguists in general, and the prince of linguists in particular. My Dear O'Hagan, — I am very reluctant to appear on committees ; but I think this is one which I may fairly under- take, and especially as you think and wish that I should do so. I have been very busy of late between college work and the finishing of my unhappy Life of Mezzofanti^ which has got anything but fair play in the midst of more engrossing and anxious occupations. O'Hagan and the girls, I am ever, my dear O'Hagan, Your sincere and affectionate friend, C. Eighteen years later he wrote to the same true friend a letter which I am able to connect with his final contribution DR. 217-248 30 THE IRISH ECCLESIASTICAL RECORD from the letter B onwards. Eussell did under the blue-and-yellow standard before and after those dates, it is in the highest degree improbable that Mr. As it has come to stand by itself, it may, in its turn, give shelter to one little item that was also crushed out on that occasion. Eussell in the pages of the Edinburgh by means of tv^o letters of his own which Lord O'Hagan gave to me after my uncle's death. Longmans' draft, in acknowledgment of your very inte- resting contribution. Among other discoveries, there have been brought to light many old manuscripts and papyri, containing various ancient treatises, &c. Reeve, in The Edinburgh Beview, October, 1896, was no less a person than the historian, Mr. Eussell that the information which follows is derived : — I have the pleasure to transmit to you, in this enclosure* Messrs. Its ruins were discovered in the year 1720; and with many interruptions the work of excavation and exploration may be said to have been going on ever since. The article is one of extraordinary learning and interest, and I am extremely indebted to you for it. I hope, however, you have now received the proofs, and I shall be obliged to you to correct them with peculiar care, and return them to me as soon as you conveniently can.

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It lets us know that the writer of the official obituary of Mr. Reeve had become editor after the death of Sir George Cornwall Lewis. Laughton quotes this tribute in full, but quietly changes * death ' into * resignation ; ' for the learned baronet was Chancellor of the Exchequer some years after the date assigned by Mr. Henry Keeve, better known, perhaps, as editor of the Greville Memoirs, writes to him thus, on the 12th of October, 1856 ; for it is from letters preserved by Dr. Another victim of the volcano of Vesuvius was connected with the subject of the next article that we are able to claim for Dr. Like Pompeii, Herculaneum was destroyed by an eruption in the 79th year of our Christian era.

John Knox Laughton; but this work throws light on a little matter mentioned in our previous paper. Lecky ; and, therefore, it was he who stated that Mr. Eussell's first article, as we have said, appeared in the last number edited by Sir G. Lewis, January, 1855/ In the following year the new editor, Mr. 411-437 28 THE IRISH ECCLESIASTICAL RECORD his contributor to alter, lest the unlearned should imagine that it was some author named Graffiti who had written about the walls of the doomed city, whereas these * Graffiti* are idle scribblings that have survived more than eighteen hundred years and many a work of genius.

I should like to publish the article in April or July next. Unhappily, it contained a parcel of cheques, with some cash, and a number of accounts and papers about the Church Fund, which are of the utmost consequence to me.

TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE Conversion of Great Britain to the Catholic Faith. The work embraces the first seven centuries of the Church. Eussell complied with this request ; but the article did not appear till October, 1876. Isaac Casaubon, Maynooth, Ireland,'— Casaubon having lived from 1559 till 1 Vol. On my way down from the station, in the storm of Tuesday night, my portmanteau dropped off the car ; and, although we retraced the route at once, it was not to be found, nor have the police been able to make it out since.

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