The above description is derived from Miss Harrison's book, ut supra, pp. 195-198; Pausanias, ed.
This account is, in the main, a translation of that given by M. Delisle, ut supra.
See also lists of words in Brinton (ut supra), p. 364, from the Patagonian and Fuegian languages.
I quote this account of the glass at Eton from Dr James, ut supra, p. 214.
For various theories as to the origin of the name Anian, see Bancroft, ut supra, vol.
But he retorned me my money as I delivered it, and emploid all his owne, ut supra.
Devom.: 'il covient qe vous disez plus qe vous estes seisi, ut supra,' etc.
The same prohibition is made by Walter de Chanteloup, ut supra, art.
On the curse invariably used at S. Victor's, see Delisle, ut supra, ii.
For the history of this building see Professor Willis, ut supra, Vol.