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* , I. On the Gepidæ; by R. G. LATHAM, Esq., M.D.
II. On the French soft G or J, as representing the Latin
Labials, with or without an attendant vowel ; by J. Mal-
COLM LUDLOW, Esq. .
III. On the Termination of the Numerals Eleven, Twelve, and
the Equivalent Forms in Lithuanian; by HENSLEIGH
WEDGWOOD, Esq. .
IV. On the Tushi Language; by R. G. LATHAM, Esq., M.D. 32
V. On the Connexion of the Keltic with the Teutonic Lan-
guages, and especially with the Anglo-Saxon ; by the
Rev. JOHN DAVIES, M.A.
VI. On Diminutives in 'Let'; by HERBERT COLERIDGE, Esq. 93
VII. On the Word Inkling; by T. HEWITT KEY, Esq., M.A. 115
VIII. On the Derivation of the Word Broker; by HENS-
LEIGH WEDGWOOD, Esq.
IX. On Words descriptive of Guttural Action, and the Meta-
phors connected with them; by HENSLEIGH WEDG-
X. On the different Forms of daiw; by THEODORE AUFRECHT,
XI. On the Latin Verb Ploro, and some of its Compounds;
by HERBERT COLERIDGE, Esq. .
XII. On an unexplained Passage in Shakespeare's King
Lear (with a woodcut); by W. C. JOURDAIN, Esq. 134
APPENDIX :- Notices of Meetings, Treasurer's Cash Account 139