A philosophical investigator of the established national superstitions would find excellent types of all of them in the analecta.
Wodrow has an anecdote in his delightful analecta which shall introduce us into our subject to-night.
See the account of a young preacher being deceived in this way, in Wodrow's analecta, vol.
Certain supplementary passages to the latter volume are published in analecta Bollandiana, i. (Paris, 1882).
This usage is established in Rome, and has been confirmed by a decree of the 12th August, 1854, published in the analecta.
A plate of this tombstone may be seen in Falkenstein's analecta Nordgaviensia.
Some additional notices of him are to be found in Wodrow's "analecta," vol.
Wodrow himself has made no allusion to it in his analecta, nor has any subsequent writer noticed it on either side.
1650s, "literary gleanings," from Latinized form of Greek analekta, literally "things chosen," neuter plural of analektos "select, choice," verbal adjective of analegein "to gather up, collect," from ana- "up" (see ana-) + legein "to gather," also "to choose words," hence "to speak" (see lecture (n.)).