SHRINE OF EDWARD THE CONFESSOR.
The Church. .
Treasury . . .
Folk-Lore, etc. . . .
William Andrews. . .
WILLIAM ANDREWS & CO., 5, FARRINGDON AVENUE.
THIS volume of new studies on old subjects is sent forth with a hope that it will form an acceptable contribution to the history of the Church of England.
My thanks are tendered to my contributors for their valuable co-operaton cheerfully given. Special mention must be made of my friend, the Rev. Geo. S. Tyack, B.S., who has written largely for my pages, and has ever been ready to assist me in solving obscure points in my studies.
Mr. Chas. J. Clark, publisher, London, has kindly placed at my disposal the charming pictures which appear on pages 37 and 41; the Rev. Francis Haslewood, F.S.A., the one inserted on page 203; the Rev. J. B. Clare, B.A., the one which appears on page 217; and to these gentlemen I am greatly obliged. The illustrations of the article by Mr. T. Tindall Wildridge are mainly from his own drawings.
In conclusion I have only to add that if the work wins a welcome similar to that accorded to my previous productions, prepared on the same plan, I shall have every reason to feel grateful.
THE HULL PRESS.