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Johnson, Mrs. Alloa, Scotland.
Irvine, Captain, Royal Navy.
Kennaway, J. Esq. Trinity College, Cambridge.
Knight, Mrs. Johnes, Welwyn, Herts.
Lacon, Lady, Ormsby, Norfolk.
Le Besgue, M. L'Abbé, Cleveland-street.
Lilford, Right Hon. Lord, Lilford House, Northamptonshire. Littleton, Mrs. Teddesley, Staffordshire.
Lodington, Rev. F. W. Clare Hall, Cambridge.
Long, Mrs. Lower Grosvenor-street.
Lothian, Marchioness of, Newbattle Abbey, Edinburgh.
Louvain, Viscountess, Burrwood, Surrey.
Lushington, Stephen, Esq. LLD. Doctors Commons.
Lyttleton, Right Hon. Lady, Peckham Grove, Great Mal
vern, 4 copies.
Macbride, Mrs. Magdalen College, Oxford.
Mackintosh, L. J. Esq. Burton Crescent.
Mackett, Mrs. Southampton.
Mackworth, Sir Digby, Bart. Great Ormond Street, 5 copies.
Madox, Miss, Charles-street, Berkeley Square.
Man, James, Esq. Hill-street, ditto.
Manvers, Right Hon. Countess, Portman Square.
Marsham, Mrs. Stratton, Norfolk.
Metcalfe, Miss, Hill-street, Berkeley Square.
Montague, Right Hon. Lady, Ditton Park.
Mortlock, John, Esq.
Motte, Mrs. Barningham, Norfolk, 2 copies.
Moysey, Miss, Bloomsbury Square.
Musgrave, T. M. Esq. Falmouth.
Newcombe, William Esq. Fleet-street.
Noel, Sir G. N. Bart. Exton Hall, Rutlandshire, 2 copies.
Northampton, Marquis of.
Northumberland, Duchess of.
Norwich, Right Rev. Lord Bishop of.
Ongley, Right Hon. Lady, Old Warden, Bedfordshire. Oxford, Hon. and Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of.
Pallmer, C. M. Esq. Norbiton, Kingston, Surrey.
Partridge, Mrs. Henry, Hockham, Norfolk.
Percy, Hon. Mrs. Hugh, Bishopsbourne, Kent.
Perkins, Frederick, Esq. Manor House, Lee, Kent.
Petre, J. Berney, Esq. Westwick House, Norfolk.
Place, Lionel, Esq. Weddington, Warwickshire.
Pownal, Henry, Esq. Russell Square.
Praed, Mr. Serjeant, Great Cumberland-street.
Proby, Mrs. Ann, Cannon Place, West Cliff, Brighton.
Queensbury, Marchioness of, Glen Stuart, Arran.
Raymond, Samuel, Esq. Belsham Park, Essex.
Redhead, Mrs. Snare Hall, Norfolk.
Reynolds, Mr. Bookseller, Oxford-street.
Richards, Lord Chief Baron, Great Ormond-street.
Sanders, Samuel, Esq. Fern Hill, Isle of Wight.
Sanders, Mrs. ditto.
Sanders, Charles, Esq. Grosvenor-street.
Sanders, Miss, Manor House, Lee, Kent.
Scott, Right Hon. Lady Ann Montagu, South Audley-street.
Scott, Miss, Tunbridge Park, Kent.
Scott, Miss, Barrow Point Hill, Middlesex.
Seymour, Henry, Esq. Devonshire.
Sharpe, James, Esq. North Walsham, Norfolk.
Smith, Rev. Dr. Canon of Christ Church, Oxford.
Smith, Ritchens, Esq. Pentonville.
Smith, Thomas, Esq. Berstead Lodge, Sussex.
Smyth, Miss, New Bond-street.
St. John, Right Hon. Lady, Melchbourne, Bedfordshire.
St. John, Miss, Teyton, Norfolk.
Stewart, Henry, Esq. Sidmouth, Devon.
Stone, Dr. Charter House Square.
Stopford, Hon. Mrs. Barton Seagrave, Northamptonshire.
Stracey, Sir Edward, Bart. Harley-street.
Suffield, Right Hon. Lord, Norfolk.
Suffield, Right Hon. Lady, ditto.
Suffield, Right Hon. Dowager Lady, Richmond, Surrey. Sulivan, Laurence, Esq. Hill-street, Berkeley Square.
Taunton, John, Esq. Hatton Garden.
Taylor, C. B. Esq. Trinity Hall, Cambridge.
Tibbets, Charles, Esq. Barton Seagrove, Northamptonshire.
Trefusis, Miss, 45, Great Ormond-street.
Trevelyan, Mrs. Wallington, Northumberland.
Vernon, Right Hon. Dowager Lady, Park Place, St. James's.
Vernon, Hon. George, Fulham
Verulam, Right Hon. Countess, Grosvenor Square.
Vidler, John, Esq. Milbank.
Voules, T. P. Esq. Peter House College, Cambridge..
Wadd, William Esq. Park Place, St. James's.
Walsham, Mrs. Knill Court, Herefordshire.
Wentworth, Mrs. Grosvenor Square.
Whalley, Frederick, Esq. Whitehall Place.
White, Mrs. Burton Crescent.
Wilberforce, William, Esq. M. P. Kensington Gore.
Wilkinson, Rev. W. F. North Walsham, Norfolk.
Yonge, Charles, Esq. Eton College.
York, Right Hon. and Most Rev. His Grace the Lord Archbishop of.
Young, Allen, Esq. Orlingbury, Northamptonshire.
MATTER CONTAINED IN EACH TABLE.
THE following Work, intended as a Guide and Companion to the youthful Student, in the perusal of those standard works upon historical subjects which are generally received, and usually read in the course of education, proposes to furnish an outline of facts, to be filled up by the perusal of the works alluded to in the Tables. The great aim being to make the coup d'œil a faithful index to the historical importance of the period of time illustrated in each, the most prominent features only will be marked; the blanks left may easily be filled up by the reader who wishes to make them a repository for those lists of Kings, &c. whose names only have decended to our times. Ancient Profane History will be dated from the dispersion of the descendants of Noah from Babel, B. C. 2247. The interval between this date and the Christian era may be divided into three grand periods; 1st, the Fabulous Period, reaching to the first Olympiad, B. C. 776, and containing about 1471 years. Of this period there are few records to be depended upon except those contained in the Sacred writings.
2d, The Obscure Period comprises the time between the first Olympiad, B. C. 776, and the accession of Cyrus to the Persian Empire, B. C. 537, and contains about 239 years. In this, Profane writers are checked by the Pro