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years to the musical world as the Organist of WestIn Memoriamr.
minster Abbey—the publisher of Notes and Queries,
Mr. John C. Francis, for whose father the late HENRY FREDERIC TURLE.
Editor had felt a very strong regard; the Organist On Thursday, June 28, the anniversary of his of the Chapel Royal, St. James's, an old assistant aber's death, Henry Frederic Turle, Editor of of Henry Turle's father; the Editor of the Athelites and Queries, passed away from among us, naum ; and the Foreign Secretary of the Royal
the pages of that week's number had received Society of Literature, who had been entrusted ir final revision. Those of his friends who had with the temporary charge of Notes and Queries een him but shortly before, full of life, and of last week. Perest in life and in his work, can even yet scarce Of such a one as Henry Turle, taken front Lieve that they have lost him.
among us in the full activity of his powers, it An “Old Westminster” by education as well as seems only possible to sum up his career in the long residence and association, Henry Turle words, “ Consummatus in brevi, explevit tempora
strongly the historic attractions of the royal multa." kurch and college within whose precincts he had Our valued correspondent A. J. M. writes :spent so many happy years. Very fitly, he lay in "I ask leave to say a word, prompted only by
bother church full of historic memories, the private friendship and private sorrow, about the apel Royal, Savoy, before being taken to his sad and sudden death of our genial Editor. His at home in Norwood Cemetery. And no less judgment and tact and temper in the conduct of y, in the case of one whose reverence for things N. & Q.’ were singularly fine and accurate, and teient was so deep, the service commenced by the loss of them is grievous to us all. But there e Dean of Westminster and the clergy of the are many, and I am one of them, who will feel aroy was concluded at Norwood by a canon of even more deeply than this. They will feel, as I estminster, Canon Prothero, a personal friend do now, that they have lost a friend ; a man whose
the late Editor of “N. & Q.”. Among those hearty cheerful kindness and personal regard were to had known Henry Turle long and inti- always at one's service and were always welcome. ately, there followed him to Norwood—where His memory will live with that of N. & Q.,'
lies with his father, known for such long which is no light nor trivial touch of fame."
H. E. Carrington, Chronicle Office, Bath, 1831.)"
3 vols. VENEZUELAN FOLK-LORE AND GIPSIES. The information as to the leaders of the revoluI have recently been reading again a book tion in South America is often interesting. Simon ritten with much ability, and giving a bright Bolívar, the “Liberator," had, it seems, a dislike ad interesting account of some very varied of the Indian weed of which so many of his com
No author's name is given on the title patriots were votaries:bge, which reads:
"After supper he encouraged a brisk circulation of “Campaigns and Cruises in Venezuela and New Gre ably abstemious, he was far from being rigid in enforcing
the bottle ; for although Bolívar was in general remark. oda and in the Pacific Ocean from 1817 to 1830; with temperance at his own table. From thence cigars alone he Narrative of a March from the River Orinoco to San benaventura on the coast of Choco; and Sketches of soldier) he had an unconquerable dislike to the smell of
were banished, as (strange to say of a creole and a he West Coast of South America from the Gulf of tobacco."-Vol. ii. p. 244, lifornia to the Archipelago of Chilöe. Also Tales of Jenezuela : illustrative of Revolutionary Men, Manners,
The primitive character of the agriculture may ad Incidents. (London, Longman & Co. Printed by be estimated from the following: