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A TENTH SERIES is now complete, not inferior, the Editor hopes and believes, in 
its varied interest and erudition, to its long line of predecessors. It cannot, alas ! 
be introduced by the well-loved hand which for many years added an easy and 
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Series, Joseph Knight spoke of the confidence with which his successors would 
rely on " the cultivated and affectionate support J! which has made ' N. & Q. 5 
what it is. 

That confidence has been fully justified, and the present Editor has once 
more to call attention to the variety and accessibility of the matter to which 
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of late years ; but it was felt that any such laxity here would be unworthy, 
and the Indexes have been the subject of unremitting care and attention. 

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CLASSIFIED ARTICLES. 



ANONYMOUS WORKS. 

BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

BOOKS KECENTLY PUBLISHED. 

CHRISTIAN NAMES. 

DlCKENSIANA. 

EDITORIAL. 

EPIGRAMS. 

EPITAPHS. 

FOLK-LORE. 

GAMES. 



HERALDRY. 

HYMNS. 

INSCRIPTIONS. 

LONDON. 

MOTTOES. 

NURSERY RIMES. 

OBITUARIES. 

PROVERBS AND 
PHRASES. 




QUOTATIONS. 

REGISTERS. 

RIDDLES. 

SCOTT'S WORKS. 

SHAKESPEARE CRITICISMS. 

SHAKESPEARIANA. 

SONGS AND BALLADS. 

SURNAMES. 

TAVERN SIGNS. 

THACKERAY'S WORKS. 



ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 

P. 8, col. 2, Antrobus (E. E.) : add 442. 

P. 11, col. 1, Atkyns (Mrs. Charlotte) : add xi. 457. 

P. 19, col. 1, Barbadoes, the verb, add : See Highlanders barbadose.d, 

P. 20, col. 1, insert : Basse family, viii. 68. 

P. 30, col. 2, Birth of children : insert vii. 325, 377, 417, 437. 

P. 55, col. 2, C-n (H.), add : B.N.C. wrongly explained in German dictionary, v. 46. 

P. 64, col. 2, Cincinnatti : read Cincinnati. 

P. 80, col. 1, De Vere, add : See Fere. 

P. 101, col. 2, Flag, National, add : and Empire Flags, xii. 226. 

P. 105, col. 2, France, Premier Grenadier of : add ii. 52. 

P. 139, col. 1, Hymns, " Rock of Ages " : insert vii. 369, 458. 

P. 139, col. 2, Ignes Fatin : read Ignes Fatui. 

P. 149, col. 2,*Khayyam (Omar), add : See Omar Khayyam. 

P. 173, col. 2, Marie Antoinette and Mrs. Charlotte Atkyns : add xi. 457. 

P. 175, col. 1, Mary (Blessed Virgin), add : See Virgin. 



GENERAL INDEX. 



TENTH SERIES. Vols. I. to XII. 



VOL. I. JANUARY TO JUNE, 1904. 
II. JULY TO DECEMBER, 1904. 

III. JANUARY TO JUNE, 1905. 

IV. JULY TO DECEMBER, 1905. 



VOL. V. JANUARY TO JUNE, 1906. 

VI. JULY TO DECEMBER, 1906. 

VII. JANUARY TO JUNE, 1907. 

VIII. JULY TO DECEMBER, 1907. 



VOL. IX. JANUARY TO JUNE, 1908. 

X. JULY TO DECEMBER, 1908. 

XI. JANUARY TO JUNE, 1909. 

XII. JULY TO DECEMBER, 1909. 



A, its pronunciation, ii. 256, 317, 393 ; as vowel 

in Welsh, vi. 429 ; vii. 58 
A, capital, in the middle of a phrase, ii. 356 
A. on H.M.S. Calliope, xi. 349. Oakes (Susannah) 

of Ashborne, x. 148. Poisons, ix. 308. ' Star,' 

1789, xi. 449. Swedish royal family, iv. 91 
A. (A. A.) on French-Canadian literature, viii. 29 
A. (A. E.) on 'Faublas,' vi. 390. Fire engines, 

xi. 57. ' Merchant of Venice,' vi. 504. Mil- 

toniana, vi. 445 ; x. 242. Shakespeariana, 

viii. 164 ; xi. 424. Shelley's ' Sensitive Plant,' 

viii. 231. Valoroso (King), vi. 170 
A. (B.) on authors of quotations wanted, iii. 128 
A. (B. C. W.) on " God rest you merry," iii. 49 
A. (C. B.) on " The Hungry Forties," iii. 87 
A. (D.) on Macaulay on " Arabella " Sedley, v. 

267 

A. (E.) on ' Rock of Ages,' vii. 458 
A. (E. H.) on quotations wanted, iv. 168 
A. (E. O. E.) on Franco-German War, i. 226 
A. (F. A. ) on authors of quotations wanted, xii. 288 
A. (F. G.) on " Who pays the piper calls the tune," 

iii. 468 
A. (F. W.) on Sir Harry Bath : Shotover, iii. 337 ; 

Munday (Mary) at Mullion Cove, v. 450 
A. (G. E. P.) on the Bonassus, ix. 365. Death 

Songs of Pyramus and Thisbe, v. 341, 401. 

Maginn (W.) and Moses Mendez, ix. 417 
A. (H.) on hollow loaf foretelling death, xii. 155. 

Baynolds (Thomas), ii. 88 
A. (H. G.) on quotations wanted, vi. 129 
A. (I. W.) on quotations wanted, iv. 334 
A. (J.) on Addison's daughter, i. 150. Heriot, iii. 

142. Provand's Lordship, Glasgow, viii. 406. 

Will-power in historical portraits, v. 9 
A. (J. S.) on ' Military Discipline,' iv. 489 
A. (J. W. ) on bridge with figures of the Saviour, 

ix. 309. Hunt (Holman), his ' Light of the 

World, ix. 350 



A. (M.) on Crowe family, ix. 118. Ebsworth, 

ix. 209. Girl sentenced to be burnt alive, vi. 

235. Milton's songs set to music, x. 249! 

Nuns of Minsk, vi. 317. Watches and clocks* 

with words, v. 476 
A. (N. M. &) on heraldic reference in Shakespeare 

i. 338 

A. (O.) on Napoleon's laurel-leaf wreath, xii. 289 
A. (P.) on pantaloons v. trousers, vii. 271 
A. (P. S.) on " Parva sed apta," iv. 387 
A. (P. W.) on pompelmous, iii. 256. Prisoner 

suckled by his daughter, iv. 353 
A. (B.) on bridal stone, x. 394, 515. Engravings. 

i. 370 

A. (B. U.) on ropes used at executions, v. 315 
A. (S.) on Lincoln Imp, iv. 530 
A. (S. M.) on one-armed crucifix, ii. 295. Spanish 

lady's love for an Englishman, iv. 107 
A. (T.) on inventories and stocktaking in anti- 
quity, v. 168 

A. (T. C. ) on Cabinet and the House of Lords, x. 486 
A. ( W. H. ) on Lyndhurst's Marriage Act, ix. 50 
A.E.I. = dt, " for ever," i. 207 
A.E.I.O.TJ. on monument, its meaning, v. 169, 

374, 414 

A.O.B. on title-page of book, v. 69, 132 
A 1'outrance, incorrect phrase, i. 93 
A past : man or woman with a past, earliest use. 

i. 327, 396 
Abbacyrus : Aboukir : Passera, their connexion. 

viii. 447 

Abbesses, list of, x. 309, 377 

Abbey : Abbaye, a Swiss club, viii. 148, 257, 352 
Abbey churches, lantern-slides of, xii. 187 
' Abbey of Kilkhampton,' key to, xii. 323, 450 
Abbey of St. Evroult, Pays d'Ouche, its history, 

v. 390 
Abbeys, Premonstratensian, iv. 169, 231, 298 ; 

Saxon, ante 1066, xi. 89 
Abbeys and priories confused, v. 327, 378, 417, 

457 ; vi. 73, 137, 259 

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Abbot (G.), his ' Book against Bread for the Lord's 
Day,' ii. 209, 538 

Abbot (John), Westminster scholar, xi. 469; 
xii. 172 

Abbots, lists of, x. 309, 377 ; mitred, x. 410, 455 ; 
xi. 16, 117 

Abbot's Ann, funeral garlands at, v. 427 ; vi. 155, 
254, 396 

Abbots Bromley, horn dancing at, i. 5, 296 

Abbotsley, St. Neots, Hunts, list of incumbents, 
iii. 29 

Abbott (E.) on Collinson family, xii. 168 

Abbott (T. K.) on Latin-English-Basque diction- 
ary, iv. 143. Spanish stories in Irish, xi. 368 

Abbott family, vi. 329 

Abbreviation, bibliographical term, x. 484 

Abbreviations : ' bbl.'*for barrel, v. 27, 74, 112 ; 
" diss.," v. 69, 114 ; initial letters instead of 
words, x. 176 

Abdul the Damned, origin of appellation, xi. 
410, 456 

Abelard (Peter), his vision of hell, earliest version, 
v. 169 

Aberdeen, Monthooly and Lickar Stone at, ix. 
389 ; maps and plans, xi. 508 

' Aberdeenshire Epitaphs and Inscriptions,' ii. 534 

Aberdeenshire naturalist, Mr. Janes or Jeans, ii. 
54, 155 

Aberdein (Mrs.), her Papyruseum exhibition, 
1818, ix. 30 

Abolitionist, first female, vi. 365, 470 ; vii. 10 

Aboukir : Abbacyrus : Passera, their connexion, 
viii. 447 

Abracadabra, etymology of the word, ix. 467 ; 
x. 35, 54, 156 ; its transliteration, xi. 418 

Abraham, sham, phrase explained, vii. 469 

Abrahams (Aleck) on Academy of Muses, iv. 233. 
Adams's Museum, Kingsland Road, vi. 306 ; 
vii. 117. Adelphi names, v. 186. ' Adventures 
in Borneo,' iv. 7. " Albion Hotel," Aldersgate 
Street, vi. 6. " Amicus " of ' Morning Herald,' 
viii. 231. Anacharsis, i. 449. Autograph 
letters sold by auction, vii. 428. Ave Maria 
Lane, ix. 150. Babington Conspiracy, v. 354. 
Bank of England and suspension of specie 
payment, xii. 205. Bedford county history, ix. 
306. ' Black Bull ' in Holborn, v. 367. 
Bonassus ix. 451. Bookseller's monopoly, 
vi. 364. Bridewell, its history, v. 29. Candle- 
wick or Candlewright Street, v. 169. Cannon 
on Bridge Green, x. 226. Carlyle and Free- 
masonry : Richard Carlile, xii. 58. Champion's 
Vinegar Brewery, ix. 186. Cheapside Cross : 
its bibliography, ix. 445. Cheyne Walk : 
China Walk, v. 245, 375. Chinese junk 
Keying, vi. 227. Chippendale (T. ), upholsterer : 
W. Chippendale, vii. 37. Christ's Hospital site, 
vii. 366. ' Coal Hole," v. 306. Coleman 
{George) as Censor of Plays, ix. 206. Coliseums 
old and new, iii. 53, 255. Concerts of Antient 
Music, iii. 488 ; iv. 393. Copenhagen House, 
iv. 205, 351. Copthall Avenue, vi. 345. 
Cotton's Waterloo Museum, xii. 210, 512. 
romer Street, iii. 248. Crosby Hall, vii. 481 ; 
viii. Ill, 256, 376. Crosby Square, No. 4, ix. 
346. Crown Street, Soho, iv. 326. Cruikshank 
(George), viii. 187. Crusoe (Robinson), literary 
descendants, xii. 7. Daniel family, x. 468. 
Devonshire Square, vi. 168. Dorset Gardens 
estate, xii. 146. Dramatic clubs, amateur, iv. 
493. ' Ebn Osn," viii. 316. Eel-pie shop, 
xii. 26. Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, iii. 236, 
334 ; iv. 37. Eliana : " The Salutation and 



Cat," vi. 106. Elm, great hollow, at Hamp- 
stead, vii. 234. Eslyngton : Islington, vii. 29. 
Evans : Symonds : Hering : Garden, iv. 397. 
Fastolf (Sir John), original letters, xii. 257. 
Fleet Street, No. 7, viii. 248, 411. Fleet Street, 
No. 17, vi. 446. Fleet Street, No. 53, iii. 427. 
Fleet Street, No. 59, viii. 441. Fleet Street, 
Jacobean houses in, iii. 206. Fleet Street 
changes, v. 227. Flying-Machine Exhibition, 
vii. 306. * Fountain Tavern," iv. 336. Free 
Society of Artists, vii . 344. Frost prints, x. 
350. Furniture, antique, ix. 496. Granger, 
annotated by Caulfield, vii. 65, 223, 323, 462. 
" Grangerizing," vi. 24. Grave (Robert), print- 
seller, viii, 28. Gravestones at Jordans, xii. 
129. Great Queen Street, Nos. 74 and 75, iii. 

433. Gresham Street warehouse, ix. 267. 
Greyfriars burial-ground, iv. 205. Guildhall, 
changes at, x. 101. Gulston collection of 
prints, x. 6. Hackney celebrities, viii. 158. 
Harewood House, Hanover Square, x. 406. 
Haymarket, Westminster, viii. 94. Heber's 
library, xii. 228. Hengler's Circus, xii. 116, 
218. ' History of Advertising,' ix. 286. Hobby 
Grooms, v. 127. Hornsey Wood House : 
Harringay House, vii. 157. Houses of historical 
interest, vii. 472 ; viii. 114. Ito : Itoland, vii. 
12, 173. Johnsonian Museum, vi. 268. John- 
son's (Dr.) Club and the Literary Club, vi. 294. 
Keith's Mayfair Marriages, xii. 127. Kendal 
House, Isleworth, xii. 88. King : Joachin 
Cardoza, v. 213. ' Kingdom's Intelligencer,' 
vii. 395. King's Cross Bridge, vii. 386. "King's 
Head," Hampstead Road, vi. 207. Kingsway 
and Aldwych, iv. 433. Lamb (C.) on Thick- 
nesse's ' France,' vii. 205, 355. Leaden figures, 
xii. 28. Le Sceur's statue of Charles I., xii. 
225. Lettsom (Dr.), v. 514. Linwood (Miss), 
her Gallery, vii. 392. Little Britain, vi. 146. 
Little Russell Street, xi. 325. Lombard 
Street, No. 1, v. 406 ; vi. 13. ' Lombard 
Street to a China orange," viii. 136. ' London 
and Neighbourhood,' 1750, vii. 9. London 
cemeteries in 1860, iii. 454. London cries, vi. 

434. London remains, viii. 226, 476 ; ix. 196. 
London shop fronts, xi. 407. London signs : 
" Guy, Earl of Warwick," ix. 127. London 
statues and memorials, ix. 284. London 
streets, ix. 147. Looping the loop : centrifugal 
railway, iv. 176. Lyceum Theatre, iii. 132. 
Manby (Capt. G. W.), i. 21. Mary, Queen of 
Scots : letter of 1562, iii. 325. Masquerier's 
portrait of Napoleon, vi. 84. Mechanical road 
carriages, xi. 305. Metropolitan Railway, v. 
6. Middlebrook Museum, ix. 484. Minor 
Inns of Court, viii. 428 ; ix. 114. Moore (Tom), 
of Fleet Street, iv. 230. ' Morning Star,' iv. 
536. ' Moser's Vestiges,' iii. 195. Moxhay. 
Leicester Square showman, iv. 135. " Naked 
Boy and Coffin," iii. 157. Napoleon's carriage, 
vii. 236 ; viii. 135. Nelson Column, iv. 175. 
Nelson panoramas, iv. 365 ; v. 94. Newlands, 
Chalfont St. Peter, iv. 148, 457. " No riches 
from his little store," vi. 30. Nollekens (J. ), 
his library, v. 86. ' North London Ferret,' viii. 
109. Old Bailey Sessions House, viii. 146. 
Old Serjeants' Inn, xi. 436. Pall Mall, No. 93, 
xi. 16. Parcel post in 1790, xi. 18. Parkgate 
Theatre, iii. 289, 397. Payne at the Mews 
Gate, vii. 409 ; viii. 55. " Pedlar's Rest," 
vii. 415. Peerless Pool House, ix. 227. Pictorial 
blinds, vii. 493. Pigott's ' Jockey Club,' xii. 
174, 412, Pinks's ' History of Clerkenwell,' iv. 



TENTH SERIES. 



427. Place, v. 353. ' Political House that 
Jack Built,' viii. 485, 516. " Pope's Head 
Tavern," x. 206. Portsmouth Street, No. 14, 
ix. 346. Proverbs, two old, ix. 118. Pryor's 
Bank, Fulham, xii. 128. Quadrant Colonnade, 
viii. 66. Regent's Canal, viii. 4. Repartee of 
Royalty, v. 12. Rosamond (Fair), xii. 298. 
Rothschild (Nathan) and Waterloo, vi. 9. 
Russell (Lady Elizabeth), ix. 325. St. Chad's 
Well, Battle Bridge, viii. 46. St. Dunstan's-in- 
the-West : its clocks, xii. 49, St. George's, 
Hanover Square : shot-marks, viii. 455. St. 
Margaret's, Westminster : east window, xii. 
269, 453. St. Thomas's, Charterhouse, vi. 
405. Salmon (Thomas), ix. 372. Scala, La 
iii. 497. Scott illustrators, vii. 176 ; ix. 77. 
Scott's ' Black Dwarf,' vii. 515. Seven Dials, 
vii. 327. Shakespeare, Third Folio, ix. 315* 
Shakespeare Memorial, ix. 246, 392. Sindbad 
the Sailor : monkeys and cocoa-nuts, vi. 256. 
Skittle Alley in Orange Street, viii. 364. Snuff- 
Mill Estate, Homerton, ix. 50. " Sol's Arms," 
viii. 49; ix. 214. Southwell (Right Hon. B.), 
i. 158. Stowe House, viii. 6. ' Strand Hotel," 
x. 26. Strand Theatre, iv. 385. Strawberry 
Hill Catalogue, xii. 216, 491. Taxameter cab, 
vii. 264. ' Telegraph,' 1797, ix. 247. Temple 
Bar, xii. 166. Temple Bridge and County Hall 
proposed, iii. 105. Thornhill Bridge, x. 286. 
' Topographical Memoranda of the Ward of 
Farringdon Without,' ix. 328. ' Town,' ix. 
69, 517. Travelling in England, 1600-1700, 
y. 414. Tufnel family, iv. 389. " Two Sneez- 
ing Cats," v. 328. Westminster Abbey : 
western towers, xii. 64. Westminster School 
in 1797, ix. 387. Wooden water-pipes in Lon- 
don, v. 15. Wych Street, x. 86 
Abridgement of Calvin's Institution,' 1586, xi. 
488 ; xii. 12. Abruzzi (Duke of), his Arctic 
exploration, ix. 6. Abstemius in JEsop's 
Fables, iv. 149, 234. Abstract bagman, refer- 
ence by Stevenson to, vii. 188. Abyssinia : 
W. H. Coffin in, xii. 108, 230 ; Spanish priests 
in, xii. 189 
Academy of Ancient Music, foundation, iv. 49, 

335, 393 
Academy of the Muses, its history, iii. 449 ; iv. 

54, 177, 233 

Accentuation, English, i. 72 
Accession coins and medals, x. 130, 190, 230 
Acerbative, use of the word, i. 27, 174 
Acheson family of Ayrshire, ix. 91, 215, 392 
Ackerley (F. G. ) on authors of quotations wanted, 
x. 168. Christian of Milntown, v. 209. Elder- 
bush folk-lore, viii. 213. Fast= short of, ix. 432. 
Fonts, desecrated, ii. 254. Grindleton, v. 
10 ; xi. 67. " Haughendo " : Fylde oath, xii. 
56. Heraldic, iii. 188. Hermit s crucifix, ii. 
228. Hooligan, iii. 345. Horseshoes for luck, iii. 
215. Hungarian grammar, x. 112. Kynan, 
v. 169. Lewis, friend of Jack Mytton, vii. 347. 
Llechylched, Anglesey, x. 170. Marriage ser- 
vice, iii. 74. Mass, solitary, iii. 8. Michaelmas 
Day : its date, x. 194. Mount Murray, Isle of 
Man, v. 166. Mozarabic Mass in Spain, v. 339. 
Nine Maidens, ii. 235. ' Non compos mentis," 
x. 447. Number superstition, i. 369. Parodies 
of Kipling, xii. 238. Peel's dog, vi; 427. 
Pogrom, v. 197. Pre-Reformation parsonages, 
viii. 109. Punctuation in MSS. and printed 
books, v. 504. Racial, ix. 270. Racial pro- 
blem of Europe, viii. 145. Rauthmel, Rev. R., 
vii. 8. Richardson (W. V.) and the Russian 



Church, iii. 327. Ritual question, vi. 512. 

Robin Hood's Stride, ii. 246. Rogestvensky, 

iii. 396. School slang at Rossall, vii. 194, 

Talbot (James), of Shrewsbury lineage, ix. 

329. Troper : its derivation, ix. 330. Welsh a, 

vii. 58. Wet summer : curious relic, viii. 248. 
Ackerley (M. E.) on 'The Hebrew Maiden's 

Answer to the Crusader,' vii. 394 
Ackermann (R.) on Thackeray queries, xii. 27 
Ackroyd (B. B.) on German translation, ix. 78. 

Longfellow, ix. 72 
Acorn 18-gun brig, and slaver Gabriel, xii. 28 
Acqua Tofana, composition of the poison, ii. 

269, 353 

Acre as a measure of length, i. 101, 143, 354 
Acrostics, double, earliest in newspapers, ix. 290 
Act of Parliament, yew trees planted by, x. 430 
Actify, used instead of enact, i. 506 
Acton (Lord), reference to " Erasmus Rogers,'* 

vii. 487 
Actor v. preacher, xii. 246 
Actors travelling, courts for, c. 1477, xii. 267 
Actors whipped at Newcastle in 1656, iii. 113 
Actresses, notable, their burial-places, xii. 449, 513 
Acts of the Apostles, curious Christian names, j. 171 
Adair (Patrick), sermons by, vii. 308 
Adam, his commemorative pillar?, iv. 69, 136 
Adam (F. A. S.) on parodies of Kipling, xii. 128 
1 Adamo Caduto,' sacred tragedy, c. 1647, vi. 250 
Adams (Frederick) on eel folk-lore, ii. 231. " Virtue 

of necessity," i. 76, 136 
Adams (Frederick), his death, iv. 499 
Adams (J. G.) on epitaphiana, iii. 23 
Adams (Jean), her ' There's naa Luck,' iv. 161 
Adams (John), his epitaph in Quincy Church, 

Boston, v. 245 
Adams (John), serjeant-at-law, his family, ix. 

349, 413 

Adams (John) on genealogy, ii. 63 
Adams (John G.) on passenger elevators or lifts 

ix. 67 
Adams (W. E.), his pamphlet ' Tyrannicide,' v. 

287 
Adams's Museum, Kingsland Road, its history, 

vi. 306 ; vii. 117 

Add and Adder, ecclesiastical use, iv. 406, 456 
Adderbury Church, Oxfordshire, inscription in, 

i. 233 
Addison (J.) on authors of quotations wanted, x. 

174, 188. Eleventh Commandment, viii. 478. 

Sword of Bruce, viii. 371. 
Addison (Joseph), his daughter, i. 88, 149 ; his 

library and pictures, 150 ; on * Paradise Lost,' 

249 ; * Cato,' 1757, supposed remarkable cast, 

vi. 228 ; and Col. Philip Dormer, vii. 107, 192 ; 

interview with Steele, x. 49 ; woodcut of, 49 ; 

his maternal ancestry, 201 , 292, 355 ; and 

death, xii. 346 

Addleshaw, derivation of the name, xi. 189, 297 
Addleshaw (P. ) on butcher : Hoe, v. 388. Chaloner : 

Fortunate Boy, iv. 509 

Addy (S. O.) on Ainsty of York, ii. 97 ; vii. 36. 
Blather : bladder, vi. 406. Book-stealing : 

degrees of blackness, vi. 353. Buttery, ii. 167. 

Cabollicking= gossiping, viii. 147. Cheshire 

words, iv. 303. Churches, combined monastic 
and parochial, xii. 168. Cirencester Town 
Hall, ix. 149. ' Famous ' Chelsea, iv. 
517. Fulture, i. 296. Harington (Sir John), 
vii. 510. High Peak words, ii. 201, 282, 384 ; 
iv. 427. Littlemonelight : place-name, .vi. 
396. Llantwit Major Church, x. 288. Lousy- 
Low, ii, 349. ' ; Our Lady of the Snows,' i. 392. 

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. Peak and Pike, ii. 110. Pightle : Pikle, v. 93. 
Pliny: flint chippings in barrows, ii. 188. 

. Ploughgang and other measures, i. 101, 143. 
Railway, its antiquity, vi. 390. St. Peter 
Steintheked, vi. 375. "Sal et saliva," i. 431. 
Scallions, iv. 375. Scottish churches, their 
ownership, xii. 168. Sheep fair on an ancient 
earthwork, viii. 250. Thumb-hand side= right- 
hand side, vii. 467. Tideswell and Tideslow, i. 
91, 229, 371 ; ii. 36. Tolsey at Gloucester, x. 
469. Twizzle-twigs, v. 91. Wassail, ii. 503 ; 
iii. 112. Whitsunday, ii. 218. Yule-waiting, 
x. 501. 

Adelphi names, v. 186, 236 
Adespota, use of the word, vii. 105, 215 

'Adeste Fideles,' the Portuguese Hymn, 1 its origin, 
i. 10, 54 

Adjectives with participial endings, ii. 172 

Adlati, fictitious Latin plural, i. 193 

Adler (Elkan Nathan), his ' Auto de F and Jew,' 
x. 288 

Admirable, pronunciation of i in, vi. 329, 371 

Admirable Crichton, his identification, vi. 465 

Admiral, Athenian, and owl, ii. 9 

Admiral Christ epitaph at various places, vi. 425 
517 ; vii. 38 475 

Admiralty Bill Books as new sources of genealogy, 
i. 396, 512 

Admiralty carrier pigeons sold, ix. 485 

Adnil, curious Christian name, i. 171 

Adolphus (A. E.) on Chauceriana, viii. 202, 514 

Adoxography, meaning of the word, xii. 387 

Adrian IV. (Pope), his death, x. 449 ; xi. 70 

Adullam, Cave of, and John Bright, vi. 230, 331 

Adulterism, bibliographical term, x. 484 

Advent sermons by A. Spiera in the Bodleian, 
vii. 370 

Advertising, its history, ix. 286 

Advertising epitaph, xi. 112 

,3Mric, Duke of Mercia, his biography, vi. 469 ; 
vii. 51 

JEdric Sylvaticus, or " the Wilde," his descend- 
ants, vii. 51 ; vi. 469 

JElian : " patron of the living and JElian," mean- 
ing of the term, iii. 89 

Aeronautics, early, viii. 170, 311 

Aeroplanes, early flying machines, xi. 8, 98, 145, 
425, 465 

JEschylus and Milton compared, v. 489 

JEsop, Greek edition, i. 268 

JEsop's Fables, Abstemius in, iv. 149, 234 ; ed. 
1821, its illustrations, xi. 270, 398 

Affery as a Christian name, v. 32, 78 

Affirmation and dissent, signs of, viii, 205 

Afghanistan, title of the Amir, iv. 66 

Africa, first crossing of, x. 229 

Africa, South, snakes in, v. 428, 473 ; vi. 10, 115, 
152,294; vii. 258 

African sloths, v. 230, 313 

African War. See Boer War. 

Afterwale, origin of the word, x. 146 

Agar (G.) on Bishop Colenso, iii. 187 

Agassiz (Robert) and Mile. Langes, xii. 7 

Aged, their deaths, iii. 5 

Agime ziphres, phrase explained, ii. 224 

Agincourt, battle of, English and French losses, 
iii. 121 

Aglaus on Shakespeariana, vii. 302 

Agnes and Anne, interchangeability of the names, 
ii. 389, 428, 473 ; viii. 507 

Agnew (John)-* Anne Stayeley, iii. 348 

Agnostic Poets, ii. 528 ; iii. 38 

Agri on astronomy in the Middle Ages, xii. 9 



Agriculture, electricity in, x. 207 
Aguilar (Grace) and Hackney, viii. 86, 158 
Aiguesparses (Christine) on Bradlaugh and 
Spinoza, x. 347. Riehl (W. H.) in English, x. 
247. Shields (Cuthbert), xi. 10. ' Village 
Blacksmith ' parodied, xi. 10 
Ailid on Disraeli on Gladstone, ii. 110 
At/Act, its derivation, i. 515 
Ainger (Canon Alfred), his death, i. 140 
Ainoo and Baskish languages, i. 264, 297, 432, 513 
Ainslie (Admiral Murray), vi. 469 
Ainslie (John), surveyor, his biography, iii. 150 
Ainsty of York, its meaning, ii. 25, 97, 455, 516 ; 
iii. 133, 256, 335 ; v. 32 ; vi. 462, 511 ; vii. 
36, 96 
Ainsworth (W. Harrison), and Thames Darrell, 

viii. 189 ; death of his daughter, x. 487 
Air, composer and origin of, i. 107 
Airault family, ii. 68 

Airy (O.) on " Unconscionable time dying," vii. 8 
Aisle, use of the term, xi. 267 
Aitchison (A.) on Scots Guards : colours, ix. 51 
Aitken (G. A.) on Daniel Defoe's wife, xi. 516. 

Jonson's ' Works,' xi. 421 
Akbar (Emperor), his likeness, ix. 211, 332 ; 

x. 215 

Akenside (Mark), his birth, 1721, vii. 407 
Alabama veteran, John Low, his death, vi. 226 
Alabaster, gallows of, iv. 189, 276 
Aladdin and Saladin, their pronunciation, iv. 534 
Alake, Abbeokutan ruler, his title, i. 468, 512 ; ii. 

56 
Alava (General) and Sir William H. De Lancy, 

vi. 33 

Alavoine family tomb at Tottenham, viii. 247, 355 
' Albania,' anonymous poem, and Sir. W. Scott, 

ix. 422 

Albany Baths, York Road, Lambeth, xii. 429 
Albarosa and Polinda, picture by Cosway, vii. 190 
Albemarle House or Ely House, Dover Street, 

vii. 268, 312 
Albert (Prince), as poet and musical composer, iii. 

308, 374 

Alberta, Canada, origin of the place-name, ix. 486 
Albigna, place-name, its Arabic equivalent, iv. 489 
" Albion Hotel," Aldersgate Street, its history, 

vi. 6, 78 
Alchemy, modern, iv. 167 
Alciatus, Paris edition, 1574, v. 468 
Alcott (Miss L. M.), her * Eight Cousins,' i. 489 
Aldenham (Lord) on the cope, i. 278. ' Coryate's 
Crudities,' iii. 426. Dorsetshire snake-lore, i. 
254. Forwhy, vii. 374. "I lighted at the 
foot," ii. 535. Kynan, v. 314. Oprower, i. 313. 
Quotations wanted, iv. 237. Spelling reform, 
iii. 31, 134. " Then with Rodney we will go," 
vii. 227. Tinterero, iv. 396 
Alder (W. A.) on Nelson sale catalogue, vi. 209 
Alderman's Walk, City, its history, x. 290, 354 
Aldermen : of Aldersgate, ix. 249, 375 ; of 

Bishopsgate, x. 466 ; of London, 1687, x. 167 
Aldersgate signs, xi. 102 
Aldersgate Street, Milton's house in, x. 404 
Aldersgate Ward, Aldermen of, ix. 249, 375 
Aldress, use of the word, 1541, xi. 346 
Aldrich (S. J. ) on balance of power, ii. 94. Bonnets 
of blue, ii. 455. Horace, first edition, i. 103. 
' Incendium Divini Amoris,' i. 2. Platea, 
Franciscus de, iii. 108. ' Poliphili Hypneroto- 
machia,' error in, i. 97. Sun and its orbit, i. 476 
Aldridge (Ira), his acting as Titus Andronicus, ii. 

366 
Aldworth, Sussex, and Tennyson, xi. 325 



TENTH SERIES. 



Aldworth (A. E.) on Aldworth of Berkshire, vii. 

50. Gilbert (Adrian), vii. 90. Preaching in 

New England, iv. 329 
Aldworth family of Berkshire, vii. 50 
Aldwych, derivation of the name, i. 205 ; in- 
augurated, iv. 361, 410, 433, 451 
Ale : " humming ale," use of the phrase, ix. 107 
Ales, love, use of the term, iv. 35 
Alexander (W. H.) and the National Portrait 

Gallery, x. 329, 476 
Alexander family of Ireland and Scotland, ix. 

28,98 
Alexander the Great, Tartar legend of, vii. 126 ; 

story of his wry neck, viii. 369, 436 
Alexandra (Queen), her surname, ii. 529 ; iii. 

114, 174, 351, 412 
Alexandra Institute for the Blind, its history, 

x. 187, 232 ; xii. 68 

Alexandrian Library at Milan, ix. 188 ; x. 158 
Aleyn (John), law reporter. See Alleyn. 
Alfonso (King), and Queen Victoria of Spain, their 

marriage, v. 447 ; vii. 6 ; origin of the name, 

vi. 25 

Algarva, meaning of the word, iii. 127, 194 
Alger (J. G.) on Thompson Cooper, i. 337. Greig 

(Admiral Sir Samuel), i. 492. Link with the 

past, ii. 407. Reign of Terror, i. 174 
Algonquin element in English, ii. 422 ; iii. 34, 77 
Alias in sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, ii. 13 
Alkali (Scrap Hager), authority on pearls, xi. 

169, 218 

Allan (David), painter, his biography, ix. 372 
Allanbank on Lady Elizabeth Germain, ii. 238 ; 

Palmer (Henry), iv. 288 

Allart (Hortense) and E. and H. Bulwer, ix. 30, 56 
Allchin (J. H.) on Caxton's birthplace, xii. 394 
Allegro on life in Bombay, viii. 508 
Allen : Gregory : Hampden families, viii. 249 
Allen, motto of Louis II., Duke of Bourbon, iii. 

208, 473 

Allen (Ant.), of Bream's Buildings, 1751, v. 66, 133 
Allen (F. S.) on " Agime ziphres," ii. 224 
Allen ( W. G. ) on Cromwell's bed-linen, ii. 268 
Allen (William) and Plaistow, 1795, viii. 189, 253 
Alley = aisle, use of the term, xi. 267 
Alleyn (Giles and Christopher), of Holy well, xii. 

341 

Alleyn (John), law reporter, c. 1681, iii. 344 ; iv. 416 
Alleyne (T. and R.), College of God's Gift, i. 85 
All Fools' Day, customs on, iii. 286, 333, 416 
All Hallows, Barking, and Archbishop Kempe, 

v. 13, 112 

All Hallows E'en : tokens, xi. 6 
4 Allied Armies before Sebastopol,' engraving, 

xi. 189 

Allin (John), minister of Odiham, 1650, ix. 389 
Allison (T. M.) on pillion : flails, vii. 316 
Alliteration: "An Austrian army awfully arrayed," 

its author, i. 120, 148, 211, 258, 277 ; iv. 146 
Allonym, bibliographical term, x. 484 
Allot (R.), errors in ' Englands Parnassus,' ix. 

341, 401 ; x. 4, 84, 182, 262, 362, 444 ; xi. 4, 

123, 204, 283, 383, 443, 502 ; xii. 235 
All right, origin of the phrase, xii. 228, 314, 433 
All Souls College, Oxford, and Archbishop 

Chichele's descendants, v. 286, 454 
Alltree family, ix. 349, 413, 456 
Almack (E.) on Roger North's life of his brother, 

ix. 201 

Alma Mater on Mercury in Tom Quad, ii. 467 
Almanac, c. 1744, iv. 486 
Almanac, man in the, explained, ix. 408, 475 ; 

x. 56, 118 



Almanac designers, Oxford, ii. 428, 512 
Almanacs : ' Poor Robin's,' c. 1744, v. 12, 155 ; 

of 1544, 127 ; English literary, viii. 347 
Almansa in ' Toledo and Madrid,' iv. 248, 315 
Almar (Geo.), playwright and actor, vi. 108, 

171 252 292 

Almqvist (E.) on King Edward VII., iii. 327 
Almshouses, interesting old, iv. 87 ; in Kingsland 

Road, viii. 426 ; xi. 124 
Almshouses or workhouses in America, vi. 289, 

455 

Alms light in parish church, ii. 348 
Almsmen, Westminster Abbey, iv. 168, 236, 314 
Aloe shown in Covent Garden, 1780, ix. 509 
Alphabet, J. V. Decuyper's ' College,' v. 268, 451 
Alphabetical skit, French, 1818, viii. 485 
Alphabetism, bibliographical term, x. 484 
Alsop (Vincent), Puritan author, xi. 47, 114, 195 
Alter Ego on Maghull Yates, ix. 469 
Alternate, use of the word, i. 47 
Altham (A. S.) on English graves in Italy, ii. 307 
Althorp (Lord) in the House of Commons, 1806, 

xii. 6 
Alvarez (Henry), S.J., and Henry Alway, iv. 

126, 374 ; vi. 13 

Alvary or Alvery, Christian name, xii. 309, 397, 416 
Alveredus or Auveray, Christian name, xii, 397. 

416 

Alvery or Alvary, Christian name, xii. 309, 397,416 
Alway (Henry) and Henry Alvarez, S.J., iv. 

126, 374 ; vi. 13 

Amaranth and Amintas legend, viii. 150 
Amban, Tibetan title, i. 506 ; ii. 131 
Ambassadors, Sir Henry Wotton on, vii. 250, 295 
Ambassadors, French, in London, 1560-70, xi. 128 
Amberelli (Marie), on Court of Requests, xii. 258 
Amberskins, meaning of the word, iii. 309, 393 
Ambition, Oliver Cromwell on, vii. 208, 435, 514 
Amblestone Church, its ancient font, i. 488 
Ambrose (John), University College graduate. 

xi. 129 

Amcotts (John), Westminster scholar, vii. 109 
" Amel of Ujda," explanation of Amel, vii. 325, 515 
America, Cheshire cat in, i. 365, 513 ; dates of 
beginnings of different States, iii. 326 ; Jacobite 
rebels transported to, iv. 66 ; early editions of 
Gibbon's ' Decline and Fall ' in, 405 ; early 
steam communication with, v. 467 ; work- 
houses or almshouses in, vi. 289, 455 ; Boulton 
& Watt in, 1786, viii. 326 ; English emigrants 
to, x. 326, 396 ; 5th of November in, xii. 364, 458 
America v. United States, use of the terms, v. 510 
American on Spare family, xii. 130 
American Civil War, official history, iv. 527 
American Civil War verses, iv. 229, 296, 354 
American coin-names, vii, 36, 136, 154 
American colonies and England, verses on, i. 105 
American diplomas and degrees, their value, 

i. 44, 207, 297 

American emigrants, 1740-61, v. 147 ; records of, 
vi. 86, 136 ; sources of information as to, vi. 226 
American flag, and Washington's arms, v. 60 
American genealogies, xi. 49, 175 
American Hygienic Press Association on vacuum 

cleaning, xii. 308 

American Indians, monuments to, xii. 87, 230, 358 
American Loyalists compensated for losses during 

the war, i. 269, 313, 390 
American magazine conducted by factory workers, 

vii. 469 ; viii. 354, 515 
American military Order of the Dragon, ii. 347 

412 
American newspaper, first, 1690, ix;. 347 



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American notions : place-names and possessives, 

x. 150 
American place-names, iii. 188, 276, 333 ; iv. 155 ; 

vii. 17, 276 ; ix. 297 
American Prayer-Book, iii. 208 
American Regiment, 62nd Royal, ix. 350, 412 
American yarn, source wanted, ii. 188, 251 
Americans in English records, references to, v. 

163, 432, 476, 497 ; vi. 38 
Americus on " Bush and grease," iv. 207 
" Amicus " of ' Morning Herald,' his identity, viii. 

231 

Amintas and Amaranth legend, viii. 150 
Among others, use of the term, ii. 56 
Amory (T.), author of ' John Buncle,' his widow's 

death, iii. 326 

Amphilis, female Christian name, x. 289 
Ample, use of the word, i. 8 
Amulet found in Roman urn in Kent, ix. 270, 

332, 375 

Amyot (Jacques), his anonymity, ii. 508 
Amyrant (Maurice and Robert), Westminster 

scholars, vi. 409 

Amyraut (Moses), Westminster scholar, xii. 209 
Anacharsis= the Duke of Argyle, 1815, i. 449 
Anacreontic Society, its charter song, ix. 387 
Anagram, bibliographical term, x. 484 
Anagrams on Pope Pius X., i. 146, 253 ; vii. 158, 

251 
Anahuac, pronunciation of the name, i. 507 ; ii. 

196, 258, 317, 476 

Ananym, bibliographical term, x. 484, 485 
Anastroph, bibliographical term, x. 484 
Anatomic Vivante, his history, i. 138, 175 
Ancaster, place-name, its derivation, vi. 509 ; 

viii. 130; x. 455, 512 
Ancaster stone, x. 455 
Anchorites' dens, descriptions of, iii. 128, 234, 

293, 333, 391 
Ancient Concert Society, established 1776, iv. 49, 

335, 393 
Anders (H. R. D.) on King John poisoned by a 

toad, iv. 256 

Anderson (A. H.) on rushlights, x. 154 
Anderson (H.) on "Though lost to sight," xi. 438 
Anderson (J.) on Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe, ix. 

290 
Anderson (J. B.) on knights and their swords, ix. 

308 

Anderson (J. L.) on Patrick Bell, Laird of Anter- 
mony, iii. 12. Collar for reprieved criminal, 
ix. 174. Glenara, ix. 36. " God's silly vassal," 
i. 17. Holyrood font, iii. 109. Men of family 
aa parish clerks, viii. 516 

Anderson (J. S.) on Anderson family, viii. 387 
Anderson (Jas.) on Edinburgh Speculative Society, 

vi. 447 
Anderson (John) on ' Passages from the History 

of a Wasted Life,' vi. 369 

Anderson (P. J.) on ' ^Eneas Britannicus,' vii. 
388. Bibliography of theses, xii. 27. Biblio- 
graphical terms, xii. 205. Bulkmaster, its 
meaning, vii. 246. Charles II. and Dr. Fraser's 
daughter, vii. 189. Colman (G.), his ' Man of 
the People,' iv. 266. Decuyper's 'College 
Alphabet,' v. 268. ' D.N.B.' additions, ix. 410. 
Dowty (Aiglen), ix. 208. Button (T.), ii. 47. 
Gray (Principal Gilbert), iv. 307. Historio- 
graphers Royal, xii. 106. Inverness biblio- 
graphy, xii. 227. Janes (Mr.) of Aberdeen- 
shire, ii. 155. Maclachlan (Ewen), xi. 150. 
Scottish University arms, ix. 465. Sharpe 
(Rev. John), vi. 415. Stamp collecting, its 



literature, i. 322. Swedish royal family, iv,. 

352. Thumb Bible, by John Taylor, ix. 366. 

Vaus (John), grammarian, iv. 248. Wade 

(General) and his roads, x. 83 
Anderson family, viii. 387, 477 
Andrasta, alluded to by W. Baxter, 1733, xii. 

489 
Andre" (Major John), his representative, vi. 387^ 

vii. 13 
Andrews (H. C.) on Aubrey's ' Surrey,' v. 308. 

Austen (Stephen), bookseller, ix. 431. Pre~ 

monstratensian Abbeys, iv. 298. Rebus in 

churches, v. 317. Wenham (Jane), witch of 

Walkern, iv. 318 
Andrews (W.) on barbers, i. 290. Birkbeck (Dr.),. 

his portraits, ix. 488. Custom of Thraves, iv. 

350. Hair becoming suddenly white, x. 34^ 

Hull Railway Report, ix. 111. Loten's 

Museum, x. 126, 275. Russian Baltic Fleet 

blunder, ii. 425. Toastmaster, iii. 309. Ward 

(Baron), ii. 169. Wesley and the wig, iii. 269.. 
Andrews (William), his death, x. 380 
Andrews (W. F.) on William Hogsflesh, ix, 14. 

Manor Court Rolls : Wyndrynge, vi. 472 
Andrews family of Walton-on-Thames, 1675, v. 28& 
Andronym, bibliographical term, x. 484 
Anecdotes, parliamentary, works on, xii. 227 
1 Anecdotes of Polite Literature,' 1764, and 

Horace Walpole, vi. 201 
Anerley on Locke : Lockie, iv. 90 
Anfractuosity, use of the word, 1596, viii. 467 
Angel or Anger (John), d. 1751, xii. 6 
Angel of an inn, meaning of the term, ix. 488 j. 

x. 14, 55, 95, 135 

Angel of Meridian, his identity, xi. 148 
Angelo (Henry), his burial-place, v. 287, 432 
Angels, their division into choirs and hierarchies,. 

i. 294 ; their festivals, x. 194 
Angerstein (John Julius), his biography, iv. 66 
Angles, original meaning of the word, ii. 407, 471 :; 

-i, 

in. 16 

Angler's Companion, silk broadside relic, x. 267 
Anglican miscellany, 1840, ' The Voice of the 

Church,' v. 167 

Anglo-Indian on pompelmous, iii. 331 ; Anglo- 
Indian ' Little Jack Homer,' vii. 45, 97, 277 
Anglo-Indian term, Shalgham-zai, x. 448 
Anglo-Israel, ' Chovevi-Zion,' x. 407, 453 
Anglo-Norman chronicle by William Packington, 

ii. 41 
' Anglo-Saxon Chronicle,' Whitsunday in, iu 

166, 313 

Anglo-Saxon ghost-words, x. 271 
Anglo-Saxon names as surnames, v. 442 
Angora, inscriptions at, vi. 366, 418 
Angouleme (Duchesse d'), c. 1793, books on, viii.. 

388, 457 

Angus (G.) on arms of Pius X., i. 373. Deffand 
(Madame du), her letters, i. 14. English 
cardinals' hats, ii. 96. Rules of Christian life, 
ii. 255 

Angus, (Rev. George), his death, xi. 279 
Angus collection of Baptist books, x. 459 
Animal-baiting, modern forms of, i. 37 
Animal magnetism and De Quincey, vii. 345 
Animals, their immortality, i. 169, 256, 336 ; 
ennobled, v. 7, 73 ; dead, exposed on trees 
and walls, x. 149, 457 ; xi. 413, 518 ; extraordi- 
nary contemporary, x. 309, 398, 515 
Animo Ancipiti on name for a university women's; 

club, i. 489 

Anjou (House of), genealogical table, iii. 270, 317 k 
333 



TENTH SEKIES. 






Anna, place-name, its meaning, x. 268, 312, 417 
Anna Maria, Queen of Spain, date of her birth, 

vi. 8 
Anne (Queen), book on her last years, ii. 508 ; iii. 

32 ; as Semandra in ' Mithridates, King of. 

Pontus,' iii. 164 ; Francis Bird's statue, viii. 

271 ; metropolitan churches built, ix. 429 ; x. 

36, 435 ; compared with Jezebel, xi. 341 
Anne and Agnes, their interchangeability, ii. 389, 

428, 473 ; viii. 507 

Anne of Austria, why so named, ix. 390, 451, 474 
Anne of Bohemia and side-saddles, viii. 168 
Anne Plantagenet, Duchess of Exeter, vii. 149, 

298, 334 

Anniversaries, book of, xii. 428 
Anon, curious use of the word, i. 246, 337 ; v. 

274, 454, 496 ; vii. 136 ; ix. 135 
Anonym, bibliographical term, x. 484, 485 
Anonyma, bibliographical term, x. 484 
Anonymous literature, its bibliography, x. 81 



Anonymous Works : 

Abbey of Kilkhampton, i. 12 

Accepted Addresses, i. 488 

Address to Poverty, i. 43, 151 

Adventures in Borneo, iv. 7 

Albania, 1737, ix. 422 

Alderman Ralph, iii. 229, 270, 415 

American in Paris, xii. 410 

Animadversions upon a Letter, x. 28 

Antidote against Infidelity, iii. 208 

Antiquities of St. Peter's, Westminster, ix. 250 

Aryan Sun-Myths, v. 429 

Baal ; or Sketches of Social Evils, x. 169 

Battel of the Catts, iv. 228 

Battered Tar, v. 408 

Beyond the Church, iii. 205 

Bolingbroke (Lord Viscount), Memoirs of, 
vi. 449 

Book for Many Wives, viii. 10 

British Code of Duelling, iii. 49, 192 

Canadian Girl, vi. 448 

Century of Persian Ghazels, v. 108, 456, 494 

Chesterfield Burlesqued, 1811, x. 368 

Children of the Abbey, i. 127 

Children of the Chapel, i. 407, 458 ; ii. 33 

Cinderetta, iii. 365 

Complete Drill Sergeant, iv. 530 

Cornish Jury. See Hicks's Great Jury Story. 

Creation : a Poem, iv. 67, 137 

Daniel Fosqu6, xii. 169 

De Tribus Impostoribus, v. 240 

Diary of an Invalid, vi. 28, 73 

Die and be Damned, i. 328, 491 ; ii. 114 

Discourse on Emigration of British Birds, ii. 

248, 291 

Doomes Day, tract of 1647, iv. 10, 77 
Duke of Mantua, viii. 370 
Dunno's Originals, xi. 9 
^Edward and Ellen, iv. 47 
Epulum Parasiticum, x. 130, 177 
Essay on Woman, ix. 442, 492 ; x. 33, 90 
Excursion to Jersey, xi. 507 ; xii. 38 
Experiences of a Gaol Chaplain ii. 267, 330 
Extraordinary Ascent of the Enchanted 

Mountain, ix. 190, 496 
Failures of Civilization, viii. 288 
Faithful Admonition of 1554, iii. 484 
^Flights of Fancy, ix. 405 
Por One Night Only, ii. 188, 231 



Anonymous Works: 

French biographies, 1866, x. 128 

Genesis : Notes on Book of Genesis, iii. 50 

Gin a bogie meet a bogie, xii. 509 

Glen Moubray, ii. 227 

Golden Lyre, c. 1830, xii. 407, 473 

Goody Two Shoes, ii. 167, 250 

Gospel of God's Anointed, ii. 8 

Heart of John Middleton, ix. 430, 493 

Hermit in London, ii. 440 

Hicks's Great Jury Story, ii. 188, 231, 355 

History of Self -Defence, vi. 489 ; vii. 155, 474 

Hora Subsecivte, 1620, xii. 101, 162 

Horse Guards, 1850, x. 368 

How a Man may choose a Good Wife, 1602, 
xii. 67 

Hugh Trevor, iv. 429, 513 

Ignes Fatui ; or, False Lights, viii. 408 

Jack Tench, viii. 170 

Jack Trim, the Lawyer's Man, viii. 368 

Janus ; or, Edinburgh Literary Almanack, 
iii. 368 

Johannes Britannicus de Re Metallica, ii. 508 

John Bull and his Wonderful Lamp, v. 230 

John Bull's Bible, v. 389, 473 

Jumelles, Les, iv. 9 

King's Seal, v. 149 

Leicester's Ghost, v. 388, 436 

Letters from Belgium, ix. 51 

Letters Left at the Pastrycook's, x. 427, 475 

Letters of Runnymede, xii. 80 

Lights in Lyrics, 1859, x. 430 ; xi. 18 

Little Pedlington, ii. 320 

Lord Bateman and his Sophia, i. 168 

Lorenzo Benoni, ix. 8 

Love-a-la-Mode, 1663, x. 490 ; xi. 38 

Lovers, The, 1683, iv. 47 

Lustful Fryar, v. 228 

Marriage Rites, Customs, and Ceremonies, x, 
28, 73, 158 

Matin de la Vie, xi. 388 

Memoirs of a Stomach, i. 27, 57, 111, 171 

Memoirs of a Young Lady of Quality, viii. 

450 ; ix. 75 
Military Discipline ; or, The Young Artillery 

Man, iv. 489 

Minerva, 1735, v. 69, 517 
Most Impudent Man Living, ii. 7 
My Cousin's Tale of a Cock and a Bull, iii. 

268, 334 

Our Native England, iv. 510 
Oxford Sausage, ii. 227, 376 
Pamela ; or, The Fair Impostor, i. 135 
Pancharis, 1735, v. 69, 114, 517 
Passages in the Life of an Italian, ix. 8 
Peregrine in France, 1816, ix. 405 
Peri ; or, The Enchanted Fountain, vii. 349, 
Pictures of the Old and New Testaments, iii. 

487 ; iv. 57 

Poetic Works by a Weird, iv. 489 
Poor Caitiff, viii. 49 
Practice of Piety, i. 15 
Primum Mobile, iv. 67, 137 
Proces des Bourbons, ii. 369 
Purple Vetch, ii. 148 
Rebecca, iii. 128, 176, 293, 435 ; v. 72, 117, 

377 ; vii. 352 ; ix. 275 

Recommended to Mercy, i. 109, 232, 338, 434 
Reflexions on Dr. Gilbert Burnet's Travels, 

viii. 449 

Reminiscences of Thought and Feeling, i. 329; 
iii. 320 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Anonymous Works: 

Re"ponse aux Questions d'un Provincial, vii. 

249, 296 

Restalrig ; or, The Forfeiture, ii. 365 
Rhyming Reminiscences, iv. 428 
Ring, The, iv. 448 ; v. 57 
Ritualist's Progress, vi. 130, 173, 217 
Sagacious Remarks, vi. 414 
St. Johnstoun ; or, John, Earl of Gowrie, ii. 

365 

Scourge for the Assirian, vii. 208, 373 
Sea- Voyage of Aloysius, 1546, vii. 9 
Sequel to ' Don Juan,' ii. 55 
' Short Explication ' of musical terms, 1724, 

vii. 409, 454, 477 
Short Whist, xii. 264, 318, 357 
Shotover Papers, viii. 409 
Sketches of the West Indies, viii. 231 
Speculum Episcopi, v. 288, 337 
Steer to the Nor' -Nor' -West, ii. 427, 490 ; 

iii. 13, 172, 436 ; iv. 132 
Stray Leaves from a Freemason's Note- 

Book, ii. 330 
Stukeley (Capt. Thomas), Famous History of, 

iii. 301, 342, 382 
Thaumaturgia, vi. 110 
Theatrical Remembrancer, iii. 429 
Three Letters concerning Italy, viii. 449 
' Topographical Memoranda of the Ward of 

Farringdon Without,' ix. 328 
True Methodist ; or, Christian in Earnest, 

i. 167 

Twelve Churches, The, vi. 29, 96, 235 
Ursino of Navarre, vi. 129 
Valley of a Hundred Fires, viii. 149, 253, 313 ; 

ix. 54, 111 

Vortigern and Rowena xii. 508 
Whitefriars, iv. 447, 535 
Willy Wood and Greedy Grizzle, i. 48 
Wrong Man, c. 1841, vii. 407, 454 
Yahoo, xii. 130, 177, 275 
Young Lawyer's Recreation, xi. 47 
Zapata's Questions, iv. 449, 512 
Anpiel on birds' eggs, i. 372. Egoteles, vi. 14 
Anscombe (A.) on Ancaster, viii. 130. Aro-setna 
in ' Nomina Hidarum,' xi. 126. Chiltern 
Hundreds, vii. 291 ; viii. 218. Cyranus Lucii 
Regis Pincerna, xii. 269. England : English, 
iii. 322, 453 ; iv. 73. " Guith " in old Welsh, 
ii. 466. Hornsey Wood House, vii. 372. Hove, 
x. 156. Hwinca, x. 226. London : origin 
of the name, xii. 114. Noxgaga, ix. 384. 
Pightle : Pikle, v. 376 
Anstice (Joseph), parentage and marriage, iv. 

88, 151, 172 
Anstruther-Gray (W.) on population of ancient 

Rome, xi. 187 

Antelope as crest, its origin, viii. 229 ; ix. 516 
Antelope-stalking in Mongolia, red rag in, viii. 205 
Antequations, use of the word, v. 24 
Anthem, National, and Constantine Paleeologus, 

ii. 46 

Anthony's Nose in New York State, xi. 227 
Anthropology, European, viii. 145, 218, 233, 274, 

394 

Antigua, military burial-ground at, v. 61, 104 ; 

monumental inscriptions, ix. 296 ; records, 415 

Antiparistasis, its meaning, x. 127, 270 

Antiquarian v. antiquary, i. 325, 396 ; ii. 174, 

237, 396, 474 ; iii. 153 
Antiquarian Society, Batley, its publications, yii. 
110 



Antiquary on Hawes : Leman, i. 8 
Antiquary's Books, suggestions about, xii. 383 
Antique furniture, ix. 389, 496 
Anti-Slavery Convention, 1840, vii. 10 
Antonelli (Cardinal), Marion Crawford on, i. 50 
" Antonio Nati, Romano," book dedicated to,. 

1591, x. 288 
Antraigues (Comte d') murdered at Barnes, x 

67, 152 
Antrobus (Edmund Edward), his biography, VK 

87, 357 

Antwerp, monument erected by Mary, Queen of 
Scots, in, v. 449 ; medallion of Mary, Queen of 
Scots, in, vi. 52 
Antwerp (W. C. van) on authors of quotations 
wanted, xi. 9. St. Paul's Churchyard, viii. 168 
Antwerp Cathedral, its foundations i. 508 ; ii. 57 
Anvari, Persian poet, his 'What is Love?' iii. 186 
Anvers (Robert de) and Gilbert de Basevil, x. 29> 
Aoidh on quotations wanted, v. 449 
Ap Rhys on Court Leet : Manor Court, viii. 413,. 

Llantwit Major Church, x. 338 
Aphikia story, Portuguese version, i. 466 
Aplin (H. F.) on Aplin family, xi. 335 
Aplin family, xi. 250, 335 
Apoconym, bibliographical term, x. 485 
Apocryph, bibliographical term, x. 485 
Apostamated, use of the word, 1607, ix. 405 
Apostles suffering from toothache, x. 121 
Apothecaries' Act of 1815, iii. 328, 394 
Apothecaries and physicians, their prescriptions,. 

i. 409, 453 
Apothecaries' Hall in Scotland, iii. 348 
Apparel, fashion in naming, ix. 157 
Apparitions : Wakefleld, vi. 109, 156, 235 ; 
Cornish, ix. 325, 392 ; x. 51, 117 ; Irish, x. 35 
Apperson (G. L.) on " All the world and his wife," 
xii. 13. ' As deep as Garrick," viii. 377. Bab- 
ington Conspiracy, v. 395. ' Birds of a 
feather," ii. 74. Bough-pot, x. 257. Chamber- 
horse for exercise, xi. 114. Cheshunt Great 
House, vi. 473. ' Death of Bozzaris,' i. 268. 
Defoe : the Devil's chapel, ix. 255. De Quin- 
cey quotations, xii. 139. Ellison (Henry), x_ 
95. Eynsford Castle, ix. 514. Gaol literature, 
xi. 511. Guinea balances, iii. 472. Hatching 
chickens, vii. 394. Hopscotch, xii. 329. Loker 
(Timothy), xi. 389. London newspapers, v. 
70. London remains, viii. 476. London shop 
fronts: "Chapzugar cheese," xi. 455. Lumpkin 
(Tony), vi. 94. Man in the almanac, ix. 476, 
Mechanical road carriages, xi. 498. Meschianza, 
x. 258. ' Monstrous Regimen of Women,' xi. 
235. Month's mind, iii. 54. " Near the church 
and far from God," vi. 496. Pall mall, the game, 
ix. 311. Phoenicians at Falmouth, ii. 469. 
Rood-lofts, viii. 154. Sack, iii. 369. ; ' Sinews 
of war," x. 218. Thimbles, xi. 116. Tholsels, 
iv. 453. Wave, tenth, x. 511. Weed= 
tobacco, ix. 274. Williams (Roger), of Rhode 
Island, xi. 346. Woolmen in the fifteenth 
century, ii. 514 
Apperson (M. H.) on "As the farmer sows his 

seed," x. 217 
Applause, Parliamentary, earliest use, x. 248,, 

296, 376, 452 
Apple in Baskish, ii. 269 

Appleby Magna Grammar School, iv. 288, 392 
" Apple- John face," meaning of the phrase, x. 308 
Apples : Cox and the Orange pippin, vii. 508 ; 
viii. 33 ; Sops in Wine, viii. 249, 313 ; ix. 318 ; 
their old names, viii. 429 ; ix. 297, 314, 495'; 
x. 15, 215 ; xii. 137, 254, 398 



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Appleton (H.) on "Bearded like the pard," ii. 

166 

Apprentice books, Ipswich, discovered, i. 41, 111 
Apprentices of merchant seamen, books of, i. 

187, 218 

Apssen counter, in Sussex will of 1583, xii. 349 
Aquinas (St. Thomas), his ancestry, v. 269, 377 
Arabia, Hail or Hayil in, viii. 169 ; ix. 58 

* Arabian Nights,' edition with vowel points, iv. 

409, 513 ; minor stories in, vi. 312 
Arabic-English, errors in, x. 284, 336 
Arabic numerals, on a brass at Winchester, x. 187 ; 

their present form, x. 368 ; xi. 154 
Arabic vowels, their transliteration, x. 285, 335 
Arabic words, their pronunciation, xi. 352 
Arachne House, Strand-on-the-Green, x. 290, 373 
Arago on Sir Isaac Newton, ii. 265 
Aram (Eugene), Bristow on, i. 389 

* Araminta,' comic recitation, xii. 288, 338 
Arbalest or cross-bow, its history, ii. 443 
Arbeiter on " Right as a trivet," xii. 376 
Arbuthnot family, viii. 449 

Arch, Norman, largest, ii. 289 
Arch of a bridge, spelling of the word, iii. 465 
4 Archaeological Papers, Index of,' iii. 186, 273 
Archaeologist on Earl of Egremont, i. 148, 234 
Archaeology, Institute of, at Liverpool University, 

iv. 308 

Archbell family, ix. 469 
Archbishop's imprimatur, 1752, vii. 229 
Archdeacons' marks in Bedfordshire church, v. 

209, 314 

Archer (Daniel), his biography, i. 448 
Archer (H. G.) on armorial wine-bottles, xi. 247. 
Braile's big well, xii. 367. Delaval (Sir Francis 
Blake), xii. 476. Field memorials to sportsmen, 
x. 509. Guard aloft, xi. 35. London statues 
and memorials, x. 493. Louis XIV. table- 
cloth, xii. 451. Statues in the British Isles, 
xii. 277 

Archer (L.) on Archer (Daniel), i. 448. Archer 
of Umberslade, v. 148, 312. Guinea balances, iii. 
472. ' Medley Finale to the Great Exhibition,' 
v. 64. Throgmorton, vi. 258 
Archer (P.) on George Fall, artist, v. 273 
Archer family of Umberslade, Warwick, v. 148, 

195 232 312 

Archibald '(B. C.) on Baltimore and " Old Mor- 
tality " Patersons, xi. 25, 218. Gush (William), 
painter, xii. 267. Patterson (Governor Walter), 
xi. 207 
Archiepiscopal cross in Tennvson's ' Becket,' 

iv. 106, 157 
Architect on Embassy buildings, iii. 347. Godstone 

stone used in the City, xii. 227 
Architects, birds as, ix. 66 

Architecture, in old times, i. 290, 333 ; and 
Dante, vii. 266 ; works on castles, ix. 429 ; 
Chinese god of, xii. 29 
Arctic Circle, ball-games played on festivals in, 

iv. 347 
Ardagh family and the Speakership of the Irish 

House of Commons, ii. 289 
Ardeleroy (G.) on " Poor Dog Tray," vi. 470 
Arden, Westminster scholar, xi. 129 
Arden (Edward), executed 1583, ix. 184 
Arden as a feminine name, ii. 368 
Arden family, vi. 289, 355 ; xii. 386 
Argument, Darwinian chain of, iv. 169, 237 
Argyle (Duke of), 1815= Anacharsis, i. 449 
Argyle (Earl of) and States-General in 1685, vi. 
' 261, 351 
Argyle Stone, Inverness-shire, its history, vi. 369 



Ariel, masculine or feminine, v. 249, 298, 415 
Ariosto, fable in Christie Murray's ' Hearts,' i. 290 
Aristophanes : modern reproductions of ' The 
Wasps,' v. 188 ; A. Lobineau's edition, 387 ; 
proverb in ' The Wasps,' 510 

Aristotle, and moral philosophy, i. 405, 472 ; 
Tommy Short on, xii. 70, 392 ; and the Golden 
Rule, 510 
Arithmetic, old book on, iii. 50, 98 ;. " practice " 

a rule of, c. 1670, viii. 67, 112 

Arkle (A. H.) on aerial navigation, xi. 98. Arkle : 
Nielson, v. 509. Blue Coat School costume, xi. 
97. Brougham Castle, iv. 373. Bumper, ii. 28. 
Cemetery consecration, viii. 93. Coleridge 
(Hartley), xi. 217. Coutts (Messrs.), their 
removal, ii. 293. Dover pier, iv. 451. Field 
memorials to sportsmen, xi. 415. ' Flowers 
of Lodowicke of Granada,' v. 246. ' Forget 
not to give," xii. 269. Frost prints, x. 433. 
" God called up from dreams," iii. 115. Green 
(Walter), M.D., of Liverpool, xii. 285. Hartley 
(William), i. 87; ii. 152. Hand, ii. 348; iii. 98. 
Incledon: Cooke, iv. 92. Jewish juror, first, 
vi. 346. Jordangate, ii. 537. ' Lincolnshire 
Family's Chequered History,' vii. 497. Liver- 
pool Library, ix. 414. Longmans, xi. 51. 
Looping the loop : centrifugal railway, iv. 176, 
416. * Merchant's Magazine,' vii. 45. ' Mil- 
lennial Star,' xi. 116. Miller (W.), engraver, 
i. 336. Mirfield Book Society, i. 368. Moral 
. courage, viii. 296. Motto : ' In God is all," 
viii. 353. Nonconformist burial-grounds, ix. 
297. Nonjurors : Rev. Benjamin Way, viii. 
297. " O dear, what can the matter be ? " vi. 
73. ' Philobiblion,' ix. 173. Photography, v. 
91. Pie : tart, viii. 494. Pig : swine : hog, 
iv. 449. Place, v. 333. Police office, vi. 433 ; 
vii. 91. Preston Jubilee, vii. 417. Ripon 
ceremony, iv. 357. Ruth well Cross, x. 217. 
St. George : George as a Christian name, vii. 
455. St. Mary the Egyptian, xi. 390. " Scole 
Inn," Norfolk, i. 394. Scott's ' Black Dwarf,' 
vii. 295. Semaphore signalling, xi. 211. 
Southcott (Joanna) and the black pig, xi. 137. 
Stob, iii. 14. Tournaments : Bayard's Green, 
vi. 154. Willme (J.), xii. 15. 
Arkle (John)=Grissell Neilson, 1705, v. 509 
Arkwright (Mrs.), her setting of nv - 3 " 

Farewell, ii. 448, 492 
Armada and English poets, iv. 346, 414 
Arman (Anne)= Charles FitzGeffrey, 1604, xi. 49 
Armenian language and Lord Byron, v. 93 
Armiger, English equivalent of the word, vii. 109 
Armitage (H.) on William Bullock, on Virginia, xi. 

169 

Armorel as a Christian name, viii. 369 ; ix. 178 
Armorial bearings, taxes on, ii. 328 ; iii. 392. See 

Heraldry. 

Armorial visiting cards, iii. 36 
Armorial wine-bottles, xi. 247 
Armour, MS. inventory temp. Edward VI., vii. 

268 

Armour, parish, 16th century, xii. 422 
Arms. See Heraldry. 

Arms, right to, and the College of Arms, iv. 188 ; 
of English Roman Catholic bishops, x. 228, 316, 
458 ; xi. 176 ; of Sussex, x. 230, 332 ; of 
married women, x. 429 ; xi. 296. 
Arms, Canadian College of, ix. 96 
Arms, royal, in churches, ii. 500 ; v. 188, 230, 294, 

336 
Armstrong (Sir Thomas), two of the name, iv. 

281 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Armstrong (T. P.) on cross in the Greek Church, 

iii. 56. Inscription, curious, i. 85 
Armstrong gun, its inventor, i. 388, 436 ; ii. 34 
Army, child commissions in, ii. 420 ; nicknames 

of regiments, viii. 257 ; regimental marches 

in, x. 167, 312, 352, 377, 457 
Army, British, c. 1763, xii. 449, 517 
Army, English, in Ireland, 1630-40, iv. 489 
Army Lists : first Roundhead, 1642, vi. 342 ; 

battle of the Boyne, ix. 170 ; xii. 308 ; their 

history, x. 489 ; xi. 55, 153 
Army Service Corps nicknames, vii. 68, 115, 257, 

415, 473 

Arnaud (P. H.) on obsolete English games, vii. 511 
Arne (Dr.), his ' Poculum Elevatum,' iv. 409 
Arnold (Benedict), his sons, x. 50, 98 
Arnold (Sir Edwin), his ashes at University 

College, ii. 286 ; error in memorial inscription, 

iii. 176 
Arnold (Matthew), his ' Horatian Echo,' iii. 6 ; 

his ' Church of Brou,' vi. 148, 175, 196 ; on 

pigeons, x. 149, 198 ; and the yew, xii. 287, 

336, 414 

Arnold and Rhodes families, ix. 89, 298 
Arnott (Charles), Westminster scholar, 1745, v. 

149 

Arnott (Rev. Samuel), his death, ii. 140 
Arnott (Thomas Haggerston), his family, xi. 29 
Aro-setna in the ' Nomina Hidarum,' xi. 126 
Arrival, its new meaning, vi. 47 
Arrow (J.) on Westminster changes in 1905, v. 

356 

Arrow-breaking, its moral lessons, viii. 25 
Arrowsmith (J.) on Chrystal Magna, x. 89 
Arrowsmith (T. ?), Devonshire artist, c. 1820, xii. 

309, 355 

Art, water-colour, its history, viii. 489 
Art on medal of Charles I., x. 68 
Artahshashte for Artaxerxes in Barker's Bible, xi. 

148, 216, 294 

Artemon on Whistler's ship, iii. 227 
Arthur (King), legend of his sleeping, i. 77, 194 
Arthur (Prince), 1502, and window in St. Mar- 
garet's, Westminster, xii. 269, 357, 453 
Arthur (Thos.) of Booksellers' Row, his biography, 

vii. 355 
Arthur (Lieut. William), Port Arthur named after, 

i. 407, 457 ; ii. 212, 251 
Artificial, connected with artifice, xi. 166 
" Artillarie," Roger Ascham on, ii. 169 
Artillery, lines on, in Camden's ' Remaines,' i. 164 
Artillery Company (Hon.), Bawms March, vii. 

188, 230, 516 

Artillery officers, Royal, ii. 528 
Artists, burial-places of, ix. 189 
Artists, Free Society of, its history, vii. 344 
Artists, modern Italian, iii. 38 
Artists' Rifle Corps, verses in honour, ix. 484 
Arundel Castle legend, viii. 390, 434, 473 
Arundell (Richard), Master of the Mint, 1738, x. 

467 

' Arundines Cami,' J. H. M. 1 in, i. 487 
Arusmont (Prances Wright d'), her biography, v. 

307 

Arville (T. d'), flying achievement, 1851, x. 250 
' Aryan Sun-Myths,' out of print, v. 429 
Ascham (Roger), on " artillarie," ii. 169 ; pro- 
nunciation of his name, iv. 169, 216 
Ascension, Chapel of the, Oxford Road, vii. 13, 135, 

198 
Ascension Day, its observance in 1683, ix. 401, 

456 
Ascension Day celebrations, xi. 381 



Ash, place-name, its derivation, i. 72, 113, 137 

Ash, the oak, and the ivy, i. 35 

Ashbridge (A.) on Rocque's and Horwood's maps. 

of London, iii. 187 
Ashburner and Teed families, iv. 90 
Ashburner family of Olney, Bucks, ii. 168, 519 
Ashby (R. E.) on the Evil Eye in Italy, ix. 145 
Ashcroft (T. C.) on cry of Macaria, iv. 28 
Ashen faggot, Christmas custom in Somersetshire, 

iii. 236 
" Ashes to ashes " in the Burial Service, i. 387,. 

429 

Ashford Church, Barham arms in, vi. 208 
Ashmole (Elias), print published, 1824 v. 168 
Askew or Ayscough family, x. 8 
Askwith or Asquith, surname and place-name, ix_ 

461 ; x. 37 

Aspenden, pre-Reformation rectory at, ix. 37 
Aspinshaw, printing-press maker, xi. 429 
Aspinwall (Stanhope), Westminster scholar, vi. 

409, 473 

Aspirine, origin of the name, xi. 290, 352 
Asquith or Askwith, surname and place-name, ix.. 

461 ; x. 37 
Assassination, the metier of kings, viii. 328, 391, 

497 

Asses hypnotized, Navarrese folk-lore, ii. 506 
Assheton (R.) on " Bbl.," v. 74 
Assheton (R. O.) on Toby's dog, iv. 508 ; v. 32 
Assignats, French, their value, vi. 149, 214 
' Assisa de Tolloneis,' its date, ii. 387, 451 ; iii. 38. 
' As such," meaning accordingly, iii. 49, 193 
A st (Enar) on Court dress, ii. 107 
Astarte on amulet found in Roman urn, ix. 270 
' Auld Robin Gray,' vi. 395. Authors of quota- 
tions, viii. 488 ; ix. 49. Batrome, i. 338. 
Blandina, v. 409. Charlemagne's Roman 
ancestors, iii. 369. Cornish vergers : Carne 
family, viii. 5. Darkness in London, vi. 49. 
Doctrine of signatures, xi. 209. Double-headed 
eagle, ix. 350. Folk-lore concerning twins, viii. 
54. Funeral garlands, v. 427. Holed-stone 
folk-lore, vii. 26. " I lighted at the foot," ii. 
412. Immortality of animals, i. 169. Irish 
folk-lore, iii. 313. Irish weather rime, iv. 406. 
Jacobite verses, ii. 288. ' Lady of the Lake ' : 
allusions, ix. 132. Lady's coat of arms, iii. 398. 
' Lincolnshire Family's Chequered History,' 
viii. 214. Littlemonelight, place-name, vi. 
349. Love ales, iv. 35. Lunar halo and rain, 
vi. 412. Melancholy, i. 148. Papal styles t 
" Pater Patrum," vii. 451. " Protector's Head," 
inn sign, x. 30. River divided, i. 289. Russian 
folk-lore, i. 347. Seaweed needing rain, viii. 
388. Seine, river and saint, vii. 348. Tiger 
folk-lore and Pope, x. 88. Vulgate, iv. 17. 
Witchcraft bibliography, ii. 323 
Astley (Henry), Westminster scholar, xi. 129 
Astley (J.) on February 30, i. 233. Paste, ii. 72. 
Poem by H. F. Lyte, ii. 493. Robin a Bobbin,, 
i. 218 

Astley's, " Riding Tailor " at, in 1815, i. 508 
Astrapath on game called State, i. 226 
Astrology in Italy, v. 148 
Astronomer : astronomess, the words, ii. 424 
Astronomy, in ' Gulliver's Travels,' iv. 86 ; in 
fiction, v. 229, 294 ; pastoral, vii. 104 ; in 
Tennyson, ix. 13 ; in the Middle Ages, xii. 
9, 71 
'Ao-rpoTreXe/cuj, its use by Gibbon, iv. 167, 272* 

370 ; vi. 93 

Astwick, Yorkshire place-name, spelt Austwick 
i. 466 ; ii. 35 



TENTH SERIES. 



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Ataman and Hetman, distinction between the 

titles, v. 109, 157 

, Athenaeus, quotation from, vii. 249, 354 
Athene, sacrifices offered to, ix. 369 
Athenian admiral and owl, ii. 9 
Athenian fleet saved by a comma, ix. 389, 473 
Athenian system of dating, i. 489 
Athill-Outtwell (H.) on Melchior Guydickens, 

iv. 469, 537 
Atkins or Adkins (W.), Fellow of Winchester 

College, ii. 45, 116 
Atkinson (Richard Mosley), of Clare College, 

Cambridge, xi. 108, 178 
Atkinson (Stanley B.) on Mary Carter, ii. 409. 

Consumption not hereditary, i. 427. Legal 

Precedents, book of, ii. 365. " Passive Besister," 

viii. 316. Phrases and reference, ii. 297. 

Pilgrim of Eternity, iv. 213. Post-mortem 

examination, v. 29. Bopemakers' Alley Chapel, 

i. 466; ii. 426. Still-born children, i. 281. 

Suck-bottle : feeding-bottle, viii. 190. Super- 

visum corpus, i. 508 
Atkinson (Thomas), of Tredegar Iron works, viii. 

310 
Atkinson family and Admiral Neale, viii. 309, 

418 
Atkyns (Mrs. Charlotte) and Marie Antoinette, 

ix. 343 
Atlantic liners : the Lusitania and the Sirius, 

viii. 325 

Attell (W. J.) on Napoleon's carriage, viii. 135 
Attenborough ( J. M. ) on poem by Cowley, ii. 506 
Atton (H.) on John Paul or Paul Jones, xi. 447 
Attorney, use of the word, vii. 227 
Attorney-General to the Queen, the office, x. 

110, 170, 217 

Attorney of 1870 on ' The Law List,' iii. 387 
Atwood(Dr.), Worcester oculist, and Dr. Johnson 

xi. 103 
Aubrey (John), his ' Surrey,' annotated by Peter 

Le Neve, v. 308 ; his marriage, xi. 266 
Auction, by inch of candle, vi. 520 ; first sale of 

autograph letters by, vii. 428 
Auction catalogue of 1832, ix. 329 
Auctioneers' charges in 1761, vi. 387 
Audain (Bev. John), his biography, i. 495 
Auden on Gosling family, viii. 255 
Auden (G. A.) on anchorites' dens, iii. 333. 

Audyn or Audin family, i. 148. Civil War 

earthworks, iv. 394. Copper coins and tokens, 

i. 456. Leche family, i. 334. Lettsom (Dr.), v. 

101. Refectories, first floor, ii. 237. Twitchel, 

111. 351 

Audience Meadow, Shropshire field-name, ii. 

208, 467 ; iii. 493 

Audin or Audyn family, i. 148, 495 ; ii. 18 
Auditors of the Exchequer, c. 1682, ix. 386 
August : Gula Augusti, use of the term, v. 408, 

499 ; vii. 257, 313 ; viii. 35 
Augustinian Cardinal : Mount Grace, x. 234 
Augustinian house at Steeple, Essex, xii. 210 
Augvaldsnaes Church, Norway, obelisk at, x. 

249, 394 

Auld (G.), tract printed by, ix. 89, 137, 218 
' Auld Bobin Gray,' its history, vi. 284, 355, 395, 

451 

Aumbries in Pre-Beformation churches, ix. 97 
Auncell, a weight, i. 187, 237 
Aunt Sally : Sallee, xi. 305 
Auriol (Charles James), matriculated at Oxford, 

xi. 108, 177, 213 

Aurora borealis in Lincolnshire in 1640, i. 242 
Austen and Blin marriage, i. 428 



Austen (Canon G.) on Blue Coat School costume, 
xi, 47. St. Anthony of Vienne, xi. 47, 152. 
Whitby Church, xii. 468 
Austen (Jane), her relatives, viii. 109 
Austen (Joseph), postboy, d. 1909, xi. 247 
Austen (Stephen), bookseller of Newgate Street, 

ix, 348, 413, 431 

Austin (A.), parodies of his poems, xii. 128, 177,238 
Austin (James), his great plum-pudding, iii. 255 
Austin (Boland) on Abbots of Evesham, xii. 78. 
Cainsford, Gloucestershire, xii. 436. Gloucester- 
shire poll-books, x. 124. 'Literary Companion,' 
ix. 368. * Promptorium,' xi. 14. Tolsey at 
Gloucester, xi. 15. ' Tracts for the Times,' ii. 
492. ' Warden of St. Briavels,' ix. 308 
Australasia, Macaulay on olive trees in, xii. 86 
Australia, Western, and Fenians, ix. 188, 236 

254, 332 

Australian clay, Wedgwood pottery of, x. 261, 412 
Australian Houses of Legislature, "Bellamy's" in 

i. 169, 352, 518 

Australian vocabularies, i. 348 
Austria, Anne of, why so called, ix. 390, 451, 474 
Austwick, Yorkshire place-name, its pronuncia- 
tion, i. 466 ; ii. 35 
Author, and the word authoress, i. 93 ; use of the 

word for editor, vii. 226, 475 ; viii. 432 
Author of * Hard Knots in Shakespeare on 

Shakespeariana, vii. 301 
Authors, and their first books, iii. 247, 297 ; 

birthdates of English, vi. 228, 293 
Autobus, use of the word, vi. 187 
Autochrome plates described, viii. 426 
Autograph of Satan, iii. 268, 356, 415 
Autograph prices, their appraisement, vii. 424 
Automata, collection of, c. 1811, xi. 345 
Automaton dancers, Dickens on, xi. 289, 651 ; 

* * CO 

Auveray or Alveredus, Christian name, xii. 397, 

416 

Avalon in Newfoundland, place-name, ii. 309, 411 
Ave Maria Lane, its history, ix. 150 
Averrhoes, his description of Venice, u. 1 
Aviation, derivation of the word, x. 186, 250 ; 
xii. 86 ; early attempts at, xi. 8, 98, 145, 425, 
465 ; xii. 126, 178. See Flying Machines. 
Avignon Society of Illuminati, vii. 386, 514 
Avitabile (Paolo), his visit to London, i. 188 
Avoca or Ovoca, place-name, x. 308, rfy/, 4cu , 

497 
Awdry (T.) on Bouquet-holder, sUver, ii. 134 

Christian names, curious, 11. 375. 

of mutton," &c., ii. 158 H ... 

Awaitful, use of the word, vii. 510 ; vm. 93, 254 
Away, unrecorded use of the word, x. 364 
Awse (Bobert), Westminster scholar, 1725, v. 

149 
Axford (Isaac ) = Hannah Lightfoot, viii. 321, 

Axholme Priory, its history, v. 328, 373, 416 
Axon (E. ) on John Arden, vi. 355. Peake, James, 
Nonjuror, ix. 462. Botherham (Bev. Caleb ), 

Axon ('wT E. A.) on Acts xxix., lost chapter, vi. 74. 
Aphikia story, Portuguese version, i. 466. 
ter on Pied Piper, viii. 6. Becket the book- 
seller, his epitaph, viii. 227. Beckford and 
Babelais, iv. 264. Bible in weekly numbers, 
ix. 64. Book, nameless, iv. 376. m 

J von), vii. 386. ' British Controversialist 
xi 173 British provincial book-trade, 
*141. Buchanan (George) on tobacco, 
viii. 86. Cape Dutch language, 11. 256. 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Caxton and the word " Richter," ii. 146. 
Cheetham, Robert Farren, iii. 64. Cobden 
bibliography i. 481 ; ii. 3, 62, 103, 142. Cob- 
den's earliest political writing, v. 501. Cole- 
ridge's ' Epitaphium Testamentarium, vii. 
387. Coleridge's poem on Christmas Day, 
vii. 146. " Conrade Freeman " of Greenwich, 
ix. 6. Copyright in letters, xi. 125. Cromwell 
and Milton, viii. 158. Crozier (Robert), Man- 
chester artist, xii. 355. ' Daniel Fosque, xii. 
169. Davis (Crusoe Richard), xi. 425. De 
Quincey and animal magnetism, vii. 345. 
1 D.N.B. Epitome,' ix. 84. Dog who made a 
will, ii. 501. " Ebn Osn," viii. 248. ' Edin- 
burgh Review,' attack on Oxford, vii. 175. 
' El Chico Terencio," viii. 8. Emerson and 
Lowell : inedited verse, ii. 423. ' Faithful 
Admonition' of May, 1554, iii. 484. "First 
KittoS," ii. 296. Foxe the Martyrologist, 
preface by, iv. 44. Hall's (Mrs. E. S.) ' Poems,' 
vi. 227. Hanging, recovery from, x. 86. 
Hawke (P.), translator of Dante, vii. 507. 
' Heart of John Middleton,' ix. 493. Horn- 
books and battledores, vi. 463. Jean Paul in 
English, x. 161. Johnson (Dr.) and Strahan's 
1 Virgil,' xii. 85. Kingsley (C.), poem by, iv. 
125. La Fontaine's milkmaid, v. 487. Lamb's 
' My Great-Aunt's Manuscript,' ix. 29. Lando 
(Ortensio) and Eugenic Raimondi, iii. 363. 
Lickbarrow (Isabella), x. 403. ' Lines to a 
Skeleton, ix. 304. Mezzofanti (Cardinal), iv. 
168. Moore's' Lalla Rookh,' xii. 368. News- 
papers in 1680, xii. 243, 358. Pacolet, a familiar 
spirit, vii. 225. Paltock (R.) author of * Peter 
Wilkins,' xii. 286. Peacock (T. L.), viii. 157. 
Peignot (Gabriel), iv. 521. ' Philobiblion,' ix. 
92. Pied Piper in Ispahan, ix. 348. Ramsay 
(Allan) on horse-racing, viii. 182. Reeve 
(Clara), viii. 166. St. Winifred and the Old 
Pretender, vi. 127. Sallust early English 
translator, vii. 128. Sea-Roamers : Johnny 
Wolgar, xi. 146. Shakespeariana at Douai, 
vii. 421. Sharp's (G.) 'Child's First Book 
Improved,' ix. 367. Shylock tract, xii. 76. 
'Sicilian's Tale,' ix. 373. Southey (Robert), 
xii. 46. Spencer (William Robert), viii. 70. 
Statue in a circle of books, iii. 8. " Tank Kee," 
viii. 250. Thackeray and Cudworth's sermon, 
viii. 266. Vegetarian, its derivation, xii. 
511. Watson (H. C.) on phrenology, viii. 187. 
Woolmen in the fifteenth century ii. 514. 
1 Young Lawyer's Recreation,' xi. 47. ' Zapata's 
Questions,' iv. 512. 

Axstede ware, early manufacture, ii. 149. 

Axton (E. H.) on Dumas and Shakespeare, 
xi. 290. Roast pigs crying " Who'll eat me ? " 
xi. 296. 

Aydye, use of the word, ii. 368. 

Ayeahr on advertising epitaph, x. 503. Anna, 
a place-name, x. 312. Anonymous works, x. 
73. Augvaldsnaes Church, Norway, x. 249. 
Authors of quotations wanted, ix. 229 ; x. 55. 
Bancroft, Squire, viii. 287. Beating, proverb 
on, ix. 298. Bees told of deaths, ix. 434. 
Briefs in 1742, x. 375. Christmas coincidences, 
ii. 505. Grabble, a place-name, x. 312. 
" Crooked Billet," ix. 452. Curious House 
Greenwich, xi. 32. ' Death of Nelson,' ii. 405. 
Dickens and the lamplighter's ladder, ix. 471. 
Electricity : prophecy falsified, ix. 466. Eliza- 
beth (Queen), her day, x. 432 ; xi. 13. Farrell, 
of the Pavilion Theatre, iii. 188. Fetish, i. 466. 
Flintwinch, Affery, v. 32. " Free-and-easy," 



ix. 407. Frozen words i. 3. Greenwich Fair, 
ii. 227. Hampstead in song, x. 296, 458. 
Howard (Lady Honoria), xi. 66. ' Hand," ii. 
493. Initial letters instead of words, x. 177. 
Lamb in place-names, iii. 294. Lattice tongs. 
ix. 67. Liggers, c. 1474, ix. 37. Light 
Dragoons, 15th, x. 227. Maiden Lane, Maiden, 
iii. 329, 477. Maiden Road, Stratford, E., v. 
326. May morning at Magdalen : its music, 
v. 368. Melton cloth: Melton jacket, v. 36. 
' Minstrel and labourer," viii. 485. Moon 
legends, x. 456. Mountain high, ii. 505. ' Old 
Mother Hubbard ' : its author, x. 27. Parcel 
Post in 1790, xi. 17. Peroun, viii. 270. Pim- 
lico : Eyebright, x. 457. Police uniforms : 
omnibuses, iii. 432. Pot-gallery, viii. 493. 
Prize : its history, ix. 137, 233. Record Office, 
Old, ix. 168. Ripon, ceremony at, iv. 249. 
Round Oak Spring, x. 9. Rushlights, x. 76. 
Scots Greys : regimental history, x. 396. 
Shakespeare will, viii. 486. " Ship Hotel," 
Greenwich, i. 454. Shutters, ix. 295. Snodgrass 
as a surname, x. 113. Spanish doggerel, i. 
147. Spratt family, iii. 227. Surrey Gardens, 
x. 78. Tale of drop of water, ix. 497. ' Tym- 
bers of ermine," i. 449. Village mazes, ix. 475. 
Wine used at Holy Communion, x. 96 

Ayesha, pronunciation of the name, v. 26 

Aylesbury, farmers of, and Straits of Malacca, xi. 
410, 453, 470 

Aylett (George), Westminster scholar, vi. 449 

Aylmer, (H. J.) on Rossetti's poem on Boer War, 
viii. 68 

Aylmer arms, i. 155 

Aylsham woollen manufacture, i. 4, 172 

Ayno (Guy and Agnes), and Hey now family, xii. 
61 

Ayres (H. M.) on May's ' Julius Caesar,' xi. 248 

Ayrshire, ships of Spanish Armada wrecked off, 
xii. 249, 330, 393 

Ayscough (S.) and ' Taxatio Ecclesiastica Nicho- 
lai IV.,' xii. 107 

Ayscough or Askew family, x. 8 

Ayton (Richard), his ' Sea-Roamers ' : Johnny 
Wolgar, xi. 146 

Aztec names, their pronunciation, vii. 325 



B 



B, its mutation into p, ix. 36 

B. on Arnold and Rhodes families, ix. 298. 
Authors of quotations, ix. 29. Birds' eggs, i. 
453. Churchwardens appointed by Mayors 
ix. 318. Copperillo, v. 69. Bales, ii. 353. 
Kent (Duke of), his children, vii. 173, 316. 
Marriage Service, iii. 7. O'Brien (William), xi. 
488. Place, v. 435. Plebeian ancestry of 
Georgian nobility, vi. 410. St. Anthony of 
Padua, iii. 8. Young (Joseph), xi. 488. 

B. (A.) on " A Sunday well spent," vi. 88. Cortel 
clocks, viii. 89. Elder-bush folk-lore, viii. 131 . 
Jowett and Whewell, ii. 353. Kitcat (Dick), vi. 
368. ' Mony a pickle maks a mickle," vi. 388. 
Old Testament Commentary, ii 188. Place- 
names in old map, viii. 350. Quotations 
wanted, iv. 249 ; vi. 108, 129, 229. ' Siege 
of Belgrade,' iv. 146. Subsidy Rolls, vii. 68. 
Swillington (Robert de), ix. 482. Taxes in 
England, ir. 153. Taxes in 16th century, viii. 
283 

B. (A. A.) on author of quotation wanted, vii. 
49. " No flowers," xii. 258 



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B. (A. C.) on Mercury in Tom Quad, ii. 532 

B. (A. H.) on Denis Kelly of Lisdaffe, ix. 348 

Manor Court Rolls : Wyndrynge, vi. 408 
B. (A. S.) on JEdric, Duke of Mercia, vi. 469. 

Blundell (Sir Philip), xii. 490 

B. (A. T.) on English topographical pottery, xi 
337. " He will either make a spoon," &c. 
xii. 509. John Brown,' xii. 338 
B. (B.) on Alvary : Auveray, xii. 397. "Black' 

Bourbons, iv. 206 

B. (C.) on born with teeth, v. 115. Holland 
(Cornelius), M.P., v. 287. Leper hymn -writer 
i. 227. Wilde (Oscar), his ' De Profundis,' iv 
168 

B. (C. B.) on Dahuria, i. 337 

B. (C. C.) on apples, ix. 297. Authors of quota- 
tions, viii. 236, 374 ; ix. 149 ; xii. 255. Bacon 
(Sir Francis) on tasting, xii. 91. Beddoes 
surname, viii. 113. ' Before one can say Jack 
Robinson," xi. 233. Book margins, ix. 285. 
Breakspear (N.), Pope Adrian IV., xi. 71 
Carlyle's ' French Revolution,' ix. 157. Castor 
oil, xi. 406. ' Childe Harold,' viii. 495. " Christ- 
mas pig," xi. 71. Crows and rain, x. 137. 
Dickens : Shakespeare : woodbine, xii. 334. 
Drayton on Valentine's Day, xi. 218, 358. 
Drug and pharmacopoaia in ' N.E.D.,' vii. 
347. Dryden's ' Alexander's Feast,' viii. 457. 
Dunghill proverb, ix. 413. Elder-bush folk-lore, 
viii. 213. Ellison (Henry), x. 95, 197 ; xi. 277. 
English players in Germany in 1592, viii. 412. 
Epitaphiana, xi. 505. Epworth Parsonage 
ghost, xii. 197, 433. Fire : Fire out, viii. 37. 
Flavian Monks, vii. 149. Flying machines in 
1751, xii. 374. Garlic : onions for purifying 
water, xi. 173. Glamis mystery, x. 396. 
Glamorgan, xi. 498. Gray's ' Elegy ' and 
ploughing customs, xii. 390. H aspirate in 
English writers, xii. 492. Hippocrates legend, 
x. 53. "His end was peace," x. 517. Hollow 
loaf foretelling death, xii. 155. Hornsey and 
Highgate, x. 156. Jean Paul in English, x. 
293. Kingsley's ' Lorraine,' x. 497. Leech- 
gathering, ix. 291. ' Lesbian lead," vii. 256. 
Littlecote House, Wiltshire, ix. 58. Longmans : 
the ' Marseillaise,' xi. 92. Macaulay on litera- 
ture, xii. 171. Marks Stone, ix. 191. Mince 
pie and plum pudding, ix. 357. " Nigh hand ' 
in the * N.E.D.,' ix. 6, 96. " No flowers," xii. 
178. Nonconformist burial-grounds and grave- 
stones, ix. 233 ; x. 237. Nym and " humour," 
xi. 156. Olive tree, ix. 370. One : oats : 
their pronunciation, xii. 416. Palgraye's, 
' Golden Treasury,' viii. 393. Patent medicines, 
iii. 86. '' Paws off, Pompey," vii. 377. Pie : 
tart, viii. 195. Pimlico : Eyebright, xi. 314. 
Pindar family, i. 135. Pink saucer, x. 78. 
Pot-hooks and hangers, vii. 432. Promethean, 
x. 54. Q in the ' H. E. D.,' iii. 146. Robin 
a Bobbin, i. 32. Rowan Tree Witch Day, xii. 
296. Shakespeariana, viii. 165, 304. Signa- 
tures, doctrine of, xi. 496. " Sit loose to," i. 5. 
Sleep, Latin lines on, x. 17. Snakes drinking 
milk, x. 335. " Stripping cows," xii. 476. 
Stuffed chine, x. 78. Suck-bottle : feeding- 
bottle, viii. 257. Surphur matches, vii. 451. 
Tennyson : ' The Poet,' x. 148. Thistle and 
saint, xi. 258. Tintagel : its pronunciation, 
x. 195. Tombstones and inscriptions, viii. 
275. Toothache, x. 196. Vittle= victual, vii. 
232. Wadsworth as a Yorkshire name, vii. 
515. Waterloo : Charlotte, x. 338. Watts and 
the rose, vii. 258. Wine used at Holy Com- 



munion, ix. 90. Women and pipes, xi. 378. 
Wordsworth and Browning, ix. 33. Wound, 
its pronunciation, vii. 391. Yew tree, xii. 
336. Yorkshire similes, xii. 218 
B. (C. W.) on authors of quotations wanted, x. 
295. B. P., translator, vi. 50. * Cherry Ripe,' 
v. 254. ' Dignity of man," vi. 96. Ghost 
story in Dickens, v. 178. ' Merchant of Venice,' 
II. ii., vi. 325. Mercury in Tom Quad, ii. 531. 
Pious founder, v. 298. " Stumpy & Rowdy," 
x. 287. 

B. (D.) on ' Lawyers in Love,' vii. 90 
B. (D. P.) on Covenanters' motto, xi. 470. 
B. (D. v.) on "Jan Kees," v. 111. Yule "clog," 

iii. 156 

B. (E.) on " Convinced against her will," ii. 426. 
Dives and Lazarus, v. 370. Massinger and 
Fletcher, vi. 248. Speech after removal of 
tongue, ix. 216 

B. (E. A.) on ewer from Fotheringay bell, ix. 468 

B. (E. C.) on copyright in letters, v. 128 

B. (E. G.) on ' barrar," i. 435. Doncaster 

weather-rime, vi. 13. George III.'s birthday, 

iv. 173. Jacobin soup, ii. 146. Lamb's Capt. 

Starkey, xi. 295. Moon and the weather, ii. 

35. Paste, ii. 137. St. Sepulchre, iii. 173. 

Vaccination and inoculation, ii. 27, 216. 

Waterloo veteran, v. 391. Wentworth, its 

local pronunciation, i. 307 

B. (E. S.) on Angel of Meridian, xi. 148. Bosting, 

xii. 193. Incut, xi. 257. Spite-fence, xii. 186 
B. (E. T.) on birth at sea in 1805, ii. 512 
B. (E. W.) on Bathilda, iv. 93. g, hard or soft, 
vi. 190. Gibbets, iv. 251. " Humanum est 
errare," i. 389 ; ii. 57, 351. King's College, 
Cambridge, v. 255. Palaeologus in the West 
Indies, vii. 336. St. George's Chapel Yard, 
Oxford Road, vii. 13. " Saturday " in Spanish, 
v. 435 

B. (F.) on clergy in wigs, x. 392. Court of Requests, 
xii. 208. Elizabeth (Queen), her household, 
x. 147. Mellycaton : musk-million, vi. 288 
B. (F. F.) on Fleetwood genealogical puzzle, 

xii. 362 

B. (G.) on Prebendary H. Barnewell, xii. 495. 
Bhang : cuca, xii. 490. Escutcheon of pretence, 
iv. 429. Genealogy, new sources, i. 512. 
King's Old Bargehouse, viii. 417. Newport 
Church, I.W., ix. 389. Princess Royal's 
daughters, v. 190. 'Vicar of Wakefield ' in 
French, i. 489 

B. (G. D.) on Rev. William Cox, xi. 195. Gurney 
(Dr. Robert), xi. 214. Harington (Sir J.) : 
Sir H. Harrington, xii. 332. Tyrrell (Capt. 
Richard), xi. 481. Tyrrell's March : Tyrrell's 
Pass, xi. 317 
B. (G. F. R.) on John Abbot, xi. 469. Ambrose 
(John), xi. 129. Amcotts (John), vii. 09. 
Amyrant (Maurice and Robert), vi. 409. 
Amyraut (Moses), xii. 209. 'An Austrian 
army," i. 277. Anstice (Joseph), iv. 88. 
' Anthology,' by Thomas Bee, xi. 108. Arden 
(W.), xi. 129. Arnott (Charles), v. 149. Aspin- 
wall (Stanhope), vi. 409. Astley (Henry), xi. 
129. Atkinson (Richard Mosley), xi. 108. 
Auriol (Charles James), xi. 108. Awse (R.), v. 
149. Aylett (George), vi. 449. Bagnall (T.), 
v. 288. Bale (Otway), xi. 170. Barbour 
(Richard), xii. 188. Barry (T.), v. 8. Bayntim 
(W. H.), v. 269. Bickerton (Henry), x. L48. 
" Black Horse Inn," vii. 476. Bligh (Richard), 
xi. 149. Brebaine (Rene), vi. 449. Brett 
(Thomas), xi. 449. Brotherton (Sir Thomas 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



William), xii. 490. Buck (Timothy), iv. 509. 
Burney (James), xi. 308. Cade (Salisbury), i. 

209. Calland, iii. 9. Cameron (Donald), ii. 
528. Carne (Samuel Charles), iii. 367. Cary 
(Henry), xi. 329. Chaplin, ii. 488. Clerke (Sir 
P. Jennings), iv. 429. Colman (Edmund 
Craven), v. 269. Concerts of Antient Music, 
iv. 49. Corbridge (James), xi. 208. Cordiner 
(Cornelius), vii. 428. Cookes (Dean), x. 130. 
Cowper (Spencer), xi. 308. Creighton (Canon 
Robert), viii. 470. Crooke (John), vii. 428. 
Creole (Clement), vii. 450. Culling (Wm.), vii. 
450. Cumberland (Mr.), iv. 489. Dacier (Lewis), 
v. 149. Dean's Yard, Westminster, i. 336. 
Devisme (Louis), xii. 428. Dornford (James 
William), i. 68. Downs (John), v. 288. Dundas 
(Sir Lawrence), iv. 516. Dunster (Samuel), xii. 

428. Dyer (John), poet, iv. 530 ; xii. 428. 
Bales, ii. 228. East (Oliver), viii. 470. Easton 
(Millington), viii. 450. Edgar (Alexander and 
R.), ii. 248. Edmeston (Andrew), ii. 268. 
Edwards, (S. B.), ii. 309. Ellison (Henry), xi. 
170. Erskine (D. M.), second Lord Erskine, 
ii. 535. Fairfax (Ferdinando), viii. 450. Fitz- 
patrick (Richard) and C. J. Fox, i. 146. Frods- 
ham (Bridge), xii. 449. Fulford (John), xii. 209. 
Fullerton (John), v. 309. Gery (Thomas), iv. 
469. Gibbard (William), i. 329. Giffard, iv. 
289. Gilbert (Thomas and Richard), i. 407. 
Glasse (Isaac), xi. 269. Gough (Charles), iv. 
449. Grimaldi (Stacey), his MSS., i. 267. 
Grimke (John Faucherreaud), iii. 367. Grin- 
field (Rev. Edw. Wm.), iii. 370. Guydickens 
(Melchior), v. 155. Harris (Joseph), xi. 230. 
Hyde Hatch, x. 148. Hayes (Samuel), xi. 
149. Hesilrige (Sir Arthur), xi. 308. Howard 
{Sir George), Field-Marshal, vii. 129. levers 
{Robert Henry), iv. 107. Impey (Edward 
Harrington), iv. 127. Ingram (James), xi. 

429. Izard, iv. 47. Kempland (Frederick), i. 
126. Kensell (James), xi. 329. Kidd (William 
Holland), i. 148. Kitchen (Robert), xi. 289. 
Lane (Sir Richard), xii. 449. Leigh (Lyster), 
xi. 469. Maberley (F. H.), xii. 490. Mears 
(James), xi. 269. Medley (Edward), x. 230. 
Mercury in Tom Quad, ii. 532. Meredith 
(Richard), Dean of Wells, xi. 410. Montagu 
(Sir James), xi. 388. Montresor (Major John), 
xi. 410. Neile (Richard), Archbishop of York, 
xi. 388 ; xii. 449. Osbaldeston or Osbolston 
(Lambert), xi. 371. ' Oxford University Calen- 
dar,' i. 92. Pitt Club, ii. 211. Quenington, 
Gloucestershire, iii. 489. Reynolds on an 
equestrian statue, x. 12.9. St. Paul's Cathedral, 
iii. 468. Sellinger, i. 428. Skyrme (C.), x. 148. 
Speakers of the Irish House of Commons, 
i. 293. Steward (Richard), xi. 289, 455. Stuart 
(Sir John), xi. 329. Taylor (Sir Robert), xi. 329. 
Trelawny (Sir Jonathan), Bart., iii. 447. Vin- 
cent (Henry), xii. 188. Webb (Richmond), xi. 
208. Welsh Judges, xii. 198. Westminster 
scholars, ix. 288, 309. Westminster School 
boarding-houses, ii. 275. Whitchurch (Samuel ), 
poet, iv. 516. Wolston, four boys of the name, 
vii. 129. Wyatville (George), vii. 109. 

B. (G. L.) on Boswell and * The Shrubs of Par- 
nassus,' vii. 429 

B. (G. O.) on John Lawrence, iv. 497. Lawrence 
arms, v. 288 

B. (G. R.) on Bacon and Quaplode families, ix. 

210. Bennett of Baldock, x. 191, 393. Keene or 
Kyme family, v. 469. Nicolson (Rev. Thomas), 
x. 306. Wynne (Peter), x. 490 



B. (G. S.) on Naval Volunteers in 1795, x. 106. 

Vagrancy, xi. 226 
B. (H.) on Mary I. at Wormley, Herts, vii. 508. 

Paradigma, x. 427. ' Patience,' iii. 229 
B. (H. A.) on Duchesse d'Angouleme, viii. 388 
B. (H. H.) on Les Miserables,' iv. 309 
B. (H. I.) on Doomsday bell at Jerusalem, ix. 

312. English poem in Welsh metre, xi. 367 ; 

xii. 154. Gray : two references, xi. 236. 

Lincolnshire names, xii. 168, 296. London : 

origin of the name, xi. 303. Omar Khayyam 

bibliography, x. 391. Peacock's ' Misfortunes 

of Elphin,' ix. 331. Piper's Hole, ix. 357. 

Place-names : their etymology, xi. 398. Pro- 
tocols, xii. 445. Shakespeariana, xi. 243. 

Village names feminine, xi. 297. Violet in 

Welsh, xi. 207. Vowel-shortening, x. 176. 

Wave, tenth, x. 512 
B. (H. J.) on Bagshaw, i. 152. Belt race, vi. 187. 

Bream's Buildings, v. 517. Cock-foster, x. 

30. Disraeli on Gladstone, ii. 110. Mummies 

for colours, ii. 229. Past, woman with, ii. 

35. Penny wares, iii. 16. Riding the black 

ram, i. 36. Sheffield plate, v. 214. Stoke, 

Wirral, parish registers, x. 287 
B. (H. T.) on epitaph on Ann Davies, ii. 106 
B. (H. W.) on Joseph Wilfred Parkins, iii. 108. 

Sadler's Wells play alluded to by Wordsworth, 

i. 7, 70. Swift's gold snuff-box, ii. 249 
B. (I. B.) on ramie, ii. 13. Salep or salop, i. 138. 

Tideswell and Tideslow, ii. 36. Toys, Wyke- 

hamical word, i. 50 
B. (I. X.) on quotations wanted, xii. 509. Greeks 

and Nature, x. 330. Macaulay on literature, 

xii. 130 
B. (J.) on Hartley Coleridge, x. 49. Hen, white, 

xi. 448. French quotation, vi. 88. " Mar " in 

Mardyke, xii. 310. Recusants' marriages, xi. 

373, 475. St. Sidwell, xi. 377. Sir Humphrey 

Gilbert's last words, xi. 447 
B. (J. A.) on quotations wanted, iv. 529 
B. (J. F.) on " Dandy affair," 1816, x. 49 
B. (J. H.) on amateur dramatic clubs, iv. 388. 

" Near the church," vi. 389 
B. (J. M.) on celebrated Miss Gordon, vi. 349. 

Napoleon I., son of, i. 107. Smythies (Henrietta 

Maria Gordon), i. 87 
B. (J. P.) on Lambpark : " One Lampte," xii. 

388 
B. (J. T.) on saucy English poet, ii. 153. Ulm 

and Trafalgar, iv. 450. Waney timber, x. 

490 
B. (J. W.) on Caldwell family, iv. 73. Grosvenor 

or Gravenor (Joane), iv. 308. Monck : Monke : 

Monk, iv. 449. Nelson's sister Anne, i. 170. 

Parker family, iv. 15, 94. Wound, vii. 328 
B. (K. M.) on Marmont family, iii. 189 
B. (L.) on Barnaby chronicles, viii. 89 
B. (M.) on John Angel or Anger, xii. 6 
B. (M. C.) on curious Christian names, i. 237 
B. (M. L.) on frost and its forms, i. 67. London 

remains, ix. 197 
B. (O.) on Burns and Palace of Traquair, iv. 

387 

B. (P.), translator, 1708, his identity, vi. 50 
B. (P. G.) on Belfour family, xi. 293 
B. (R.) on Benedict Arnold, x. 98. Bakers' 

servants c. 1440, xii. 498. Belfries, detached, 

iv. 290. Birds as weather prophets, ix. 

293. Candle - making, restriction on, x. 

387. Cardinal of St. Paul's, x. 173, 

273. Christmas quarrel fifty years ago, 

xii. [508. "Correct to a T": "Right as a 



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trivet," xii. 435. Curious Christian names, i. 
214. Deaneries unattached to cathedrals, 
xii. 469. De St. Philibert, x. 73. Downing 
family, i. 113. Egypt as a place-name, xi. 
94. Embroidery pictures, ix. 193. English 
officials under foreign Governments, iii. 129, 
214. Epigram on a rose, iii. 355. February 30, 
vii. 216. Feet of fines: identifications, xii. 
518. Fettiplace, i. 473. French anonymous 
biographies, x. 128. Frost and its forms, 
i. 116. Gun caster, i. 448. Historical MSS. 
discovered, xii. 497. Houses, ancient religious, 
iii. 69. Hubbub = disturbance, vii. 507 ; viii. 
156. Initial letters instead of words, x. 176. 

' James " University, v. 92. Jurisdiction, 
special, x. 368, 512. Leech's etchings on 
steel, x. 247. Literature, its perils, v. 226. 
Louis Philippe's landing in England, v. 391. 
Manor house c. 1300, xi. 18. Mareboake : 
viere, in old title-deeds, vii. 448. Mirage, vii. 
495. Mitred abbots, x. 455 ; xi. 117. Monks 
of St. Ebrald at Eton, viii. 47, 111. Mother- 
hood late in life, ix. 232. Parcel Post in 1790, 
xi. 17. Partrendune, Bucks, xi. 388. ' Pen- 
rose's Journal ' : turtle -riding, vii. 216. 
Philippa (Queen), her mottoes, vi. 151. Place- 
names, xi. 454. Pneumatic tyres, xii. 445. 

' Quid est fides ? " xi. 296. " Rattling good 
thing," v. 250. " Red Lion," Henley-on- 

rhames, vi. 115. Rood-lofts, viii. 154. 
Thermometer scale, v. 174. Titles conferred 
by Cromwell, x. 112. Unregistered arms, v. 
311. Up: its barbarous misuse, v. 245. Yew 
in poetry, xii. 477. Yew trees in churchyards, 
xi. 113 

B r (R.) on Americans in English Records, 
v. 497. ' As such," iii. 193. Belfries, de- 
tached, iv. 290. Blandina, y. 517. Bourne in 
place-names, xi. 451. Burial half within a 
church, xi. 318. Carlyle's ' French Revolution,' 
ix. 158. Catte Street, vi. 175. Chancel arches, 
triple, xii. 255. ' Christmas Boys,' vii. 32. 
Creole folk-lore, ix. 494. Dickens and 
Yorkshire Schools, vi. 373. Dickens : Shake- 
speare : woodbine, xii. 334. Drawbridges 
still in use, xii. 198. Engravings, i. 336. Epi- 
taph in Courteenhall Church, vi. 346. Epi- 
taph with postscript, x. 503. Epitaphiana, ii. 
323 ; viii. 227 ; xi. 504. Femmer, x. 75. 
Fonts desecrated, ii. 253. Gibbets, iv. 315. 
H, use or omission, ii. 491. Haltwhistle, xii. 
507. Heraldic, iii. 94. Horse Hill, xi. 155. 
Jesuits at Mediolanum, x. 438. Ketty land, 
ix. 416. Lady -bird folk-lore, viii. 116. La 
Roche (Miss), Lady Echlin, xii. 38. London 
and Birmingham Railway, viii. 292. Martello 
towers, i. 356. Marylebone, xi. 356. Mereday, 
Christian name, iv. 248. Miners' greeting, 
iv. 391. Morpeth = Murderpeth, vi. 249. 
Motto, ' In God is all," ix. 474. Name- 
corruption : Mountain Bower, xii. 38. " Near 
the church and far from God," vi. 496. New- 
castle plate, v. 167. Northburgh family, ii. 377. 
Oak, the ash, and the ivy, i. 35. Penrith, i. 156. 
Pillion : flails, iii. 375. Pot-gallery, viii. 313. 
Pour, v. 392. Pugging tooth, vi. 434. Pulpits, 
old, viii. '467. Quandary, iii. 217. Romeland, 
vii. 58. St. David : " Taffy-on-a-stick/' xii. 118. 
Shakespearian vowel-sounds, vi. 395. Steel- 
yard, vi. 412. Stob, ii. 495. Thaw as surname, 
viii. 334. Tideswell and Tideslow, i. 52. 
Touching wood, vi. 476. Twelve surname, xii. 
149. War, its old pronunciation, v. 310. 



Wife Bazaar 
' iii. 57 



Washington's arms, iii. 36. 
childers, ix. 416. Yule " clog,' 

B s (R.) on diabread, i. 126 

B t (R.) on Hanway= umbrella, ix. 493 

B. (R. B.) on Wolfe, i. 108 

B. (R. E.) on blood used in building, iii. 173. 
Dunkeld (James, first Lord), i. 328. Garioch, 
v. 56. Novel wanted, viii. 168. Police uni- 
forms : omnibuses, iii. 137. Thackeray quota- 
tion, i. 216 

B. (R. S.) on Mrs. Aberdein : Papyruseum, ix. 
30. Addison and Col. Philip Dormer, vii. 
192. Alphabetical skit, viii. 485. Arundell, 
Master of the Mint, x. 467. Bacon, early 
instance, viii. 396. " Before one can say Jack 
Robinson," xi. 233. Boddington family, 
iv. 89. Bristol and the slave trade, xi. 6. 
Burton (J.), J. Birkett, and St. Leonard's 
xii. 285. " Carrying coals to Newcastle," vii. 
105. Clayton (John), xi. 396. Clayton 
(William), Baron Sundon, xi. 188, 317. Court 
Leet : Manor Court, viii. 334. ' Diary of a 
Modern Dandy,' vii. 243. Edwards of Halifax, 
x. 94, 315. Emigrants to America, x. 396. 
' Enchanted Mountain,' ix. 190. Ernisius, a 
proper name, xi. 33. Fifth-Monarchy Men, 
vii. 515. Fleet Prison, x. 110. Frieze, its pro- 
nunciation, vii. 245. Games, obsolete English, 
vii. 512. Gaunox, xi. 357. Gerard (Ebenezer). 
x. 446. Harbours, xi. 514. Hawser, xi. 307. 
Horne-Tooke (John), viii. 93. Hugo (Victor), 
his property in England, vii. 33. Ireland, ex- 
pedition to, ix. 335. Jurisdiction, special, x. 
418. Kelsall (John), Mayor of Chester, xii. 
297. King's Silver : Lincoln College, x. 117. 
" Knave of Jesus Christ," xii. 338. Lick- 
barrow (Isabella), xi. 38. London newspapers 
in 1818, viii. 446. London statues and 
memorials, ix. 482. Manor Court terms, xi. 
517. " Mar " in Mardyke, xii. 475. Mauraden, 
its meaning, xii. 149. Milton : engraved 
portraits, x. 445. Park (Lassall ), clockmaker, ix. 
494. Peel (Parsley), nickname, ix. 115. " Petits 
Chevaux," a game, ix. 110. Poonah painting, 
vii. 232. Princess Royal : earliest use of 
title, viii. 35. Public Office = Police Office, vii. 
90, 217. Restaurateur, viii. 207. Richard II. 
at Chester, xii. 166. St. George : George as a 
Christian name, vii. 455. Seacome or Seacombe 
family, xii. 287. ' Sobriquets and Nicknames, 
vii. 430. Sotby and Bleasby Manors, Lines, xii. 
29. Thiggyng : Fulcenale : Warelondes, vii. 
507 ; viii. 296. Totter - out : jag, viii. 493. 
Tower of London, ix. 296. Tristan and Isolde, 
vii. 151. Union Light Dragoons, 1780, x. 49 

B. (R. W.) on American yarn, ii. 188. ' Bough- 
ten," vi. 247. Carter and Fleetwood, ii. 333. 
English in France, i. 253. Fleetwood (Crom- 
well), iii. 466. Fleetwood (George), his portrait, 
ix. 193. Fleetwood (Bishop W.), ix. 231. Fleet- 
wood arms, vi. 264, 435. Fleetwood cabinet, 11. 
67. Fleetwood of Calwich, xi. 183 ; xii. 373. 
Fleetwood of Crawley, v. 403. Fleetwood of 
Madras, v. 68. Fleetwood of Penwortham, 
vii. 302. Fleetwood pedigree, unknown, v. 23. 
Fleetwoods and Milton's Cottage, i. 422. Lobis- 
home, ii. 15. Ravison : Scrivelloes, 11. 45J. 
Ropemakers' Alley Chapel, ii. 33. 
B. (S.) on authors of quotations, viii. 32. Charles 
I. : his physical characteristics, vii. 211. Ger- 
main (Lady Elizabeth), ii. 156. Gow (Neil and 
Natt), xii. 172. Lepel (Molly), her descent, 
iii. 172. Snakes drinking milk, x. 418 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



B. (S. A.) on baronial family of Somerville, i. 
508 

B. (T.) on Lord Chancellor Westbury, vi. 108 

B. (T. W.) on authors of quotations, ix. 390. 
Promethean, x. 54 

B. (V. E.) on mazes, vi. 209 

B. (V. O.) on " Christianae ad leones," ii. 287. 
White Company : naker, ii. 68 

B. (W.) on astronomy in fiction, v. 294. Authors 
of quotations, viij. 236, 273 ; x. 173, 497. Bell- 
ringing, iii. 466. Blake's "tiger," vi. 226. 
Buchanan (George), iv. 147. Catalaunian fields, 
xi. 88. Catalogues, printed, of public libraries, 
iv. 454. ' Cloister and the Hearth,' iv. 249. 
Correct, iv. 294. Crimean War incident, 
viii. 251. Death-birds in Scotland and Ireland, 
v. 111. * D.N.B.' : additions and corrections, 
ix. 372. Dolls in magic, x. 272. France 
(Anatole) : ' Garden of Epicurus,' x. 273. 
Goethe : " Bells, bugs, and Christianity," 
v. 416. Haldane, x. 396. Hampstead in song. 
x. 458. Irish version of " De mortuis," ix. 
388. Kingsley's ' Lorraine,' x. 278. Kniphofia, 
x. 438. Lamb (C.), iv. 306. Lead = language, 
iii. 145. MacKeachan proverb, viii. 114. Pal- 
grave's ' Golden Treasury,' viii. 147, 351, 394. 
* Rule, Britannia,' viii. 258. Sabariticke, x. 
33, 134. "Sacree Paginse Professor," iv. 273. 
Sacred place-names in foreign lands, xii. 314, 
493. St. Mary the Egyptian, xi. 391. Scott 
illustrators, vii. 74. Shakespeare and Musical 
glasses, v. 232. Shoe in A.V., xi. 133. Split 
infinitive in Milton, vii. 33. Swift's works : 
annotated editions, viii. 277. Tai-Ping War, 
ix. 415. "Touching wood," vi. 230. Un- 
thank, ix. 493. Welsh poems, iv. 516 ; v. 75. 
Wordsworth and Browning, ix. 257. Wyatt 
(Sir T.), poem by, iv. 70 

B m (W.) on E. B., iv. 428 

B. (W. C.) on 'Abridgement of Calvin's Institution,' 
xii. 12. Addison's daughters, i. 151. Admiral 
Christ epitaph, vi. 517 ; viii. 33. " Among 
others," i. 487. Antiquary v. antiquarian, 
ii. 396. Apostamated, ix. 405. " Ashes to 
ashes " in the Burial Service, i. 429. Auncell, i. 
187. Authors of quotations, viii. 32, 475 ; x. 
295, 454, 514. Aylsham cloth, i. 4. Ban- 
stead : races and mutton, x. 246. Bathing- 
machines, ii. 131. Beating, proverb on, ix. 
298. Becket (Thomas a), his martyrdom, i. 
452. Befana : Epiphany, xi. 6. Bier-right : 
ordeal by touch, xii. 137. Birch-sap wine,i. 98. 
Birth-marks, i. 430. Birth announcements, 
x. 266. Blood used in building, iii. 35. Blore 
(T.) at Middleton Races, ix. 5. Book, name- 
less, iv. 176. Booth of Rame, Cornwall, x. 517. 
Boy-bishop, x. 506. " Branne and water," xii. 
78. Bread for the Lord's day, ii. 538. Bream's 
Buildings, v. 66. Briefs for Greek Christians, 
xi. 357. Browne (Sir T.), his daughter's 
descendants, v. 232. Bunney, ii. 14. Bunsen 
on the Vale of York, vi. 29. B.V.M. and the 
birth of children, vii. 325 ; viii. 36. Cab : 
cabriolet in Dickens, xii. 514. Calendar rimes, 
ix. 95. Campden mystery, iii. 367. Camp- 
bell : pronunciation, x. 338. " Cash on the 
nail," vi. 416. Catte Street, vi. 254. Charles I. : 
his physical characteristics, vii. 336. Chevinier, 
its meaning, i. 169. Chblsey, Berks, iji. 326. 
Christian names, curious, i. 170. Christie 
(J. H.), iv. 252. Christmas at Selby Abbey, 
1397, x. 506. Christmas bibliography, ii. 503 ; 
iv. 503 ; vi. 485 ; viii. 484 ; x. 505 ; xii. 506. 



Christmas customs, games, ii. 503. Christ- 
mas notes, iv. 501. Christmas under Charles I., 
ii. 505. Churchwardens' accounts, vii. 275. 
Clapham (Henoch), iv. 362. Closets in Edin- 
burgh buildings, ii. 297. Collectioner, i. 94, 
Comber family, i. 152. Conveyancing at New- 
castle-upon-Tyne, ix. 456. Corpus Christi Day, 
xi. 443. Court Roll terms v vii. 317. Cowper's 
John Gilpin, vii. 516. Crucifix at north door 
of old St. Paul's, i. 165. Crusoe (Robinson), 
literary descendants, xii. 79. ; ' Cuttwoorkes, 
ii. 197. Dancing at Echternach, ix. 474. 
Day (Wentworth), ix. 42. Daylight-saving, xi. 
226. Deffand (Madame du), her letters, i. 14. 
De Morgan's arithmetical books, viii. 386. 
Dickens : Shakespeare : woodbine, xii. 411. 
Dickens, mistakes about his characters, vi. 327. 
Dickens and lamplighter's ladder, ix. 389. 
Dickens on half -baptized, x. 90. Dickens s 
" automaton dancers," xi. 357. Documents in 
secret drawers, i. 474. Doncaster : image of 
the Blessed Virgin, vii. 56. Duelling in Eng- 
land, ii. 436. " Dunelmia? Filius," iii. 368. 
Easter, new clothes at, ix. 305. Easter 
bibliography, i. 265 ; v. 281 ; ix. 305 ; xi. 282. 
Easter eggs, iii. 303 ; v. 285 ; ix. 305. Easter 
sepulchre, i. 265 ; iii. 304 ; ix. 305. ' -ed, 
final, ii. 47. ' Edwin Drood ' continued, i. 37. 
Electricity in agriculture, x. 207. Elizabeth s 
(Queen) Day, x. 381 ; xii. 404. English litera- 
ture, early, v. 216. Epitaphs, their biblio- 
graphy, i. 217. Epitaphs at Stratford-upon- 
Avon, vii. 516. Evesham (Abbots of), xii. 78. 
Facts are stubborn things, iv. 204. February 
30, i. 166. " Fide, sed cui vide," i. 87. Fifteen 
O's, x. 506. Fifth-Monarchy Men, vii. 334. 
Flying machines : aviation, x. 186. Font 
consecration, ii. 336. " Fortune favours fools, 
ii. 365. Forwhy, its meaning, vii. 237. Ful- 
ture, i. 225. George III. and 'What," vii. 
87. Glass manufacturer, i. 51. Goat's blood 
and diamonds, viii. 357. Gow (Neil and Natt), 
xii. 172. Grant (Rev. R.), vii. 216. Grays 
' Elegy ' in Latin, ii. 92. Gray's ' Elegy ' and 
ploughing customs, xii. 391. H, its use or 
omission, ii. 351. Hamlet as a Christian 
name, viii. 155, 237. " Hanged, drawn, and 
quartered," i. 356, 410; ii. 97. Hatmakers 
materials, ix. 477. Hen, white, xii. 16. Heriot, 
iii. 234. Higgins (Godfrey), ii. 331. High 
Stewards temp. Elizabeth, xii. 513. Highways 
repaired, ix. 13. Hill (Rev. William), ii. 490. 
Hock : hog : hoga, vii. 495. Holborn, ii. 392, 
493. Imprisonment : jury, xii. 68. Irish 
pedigrees, viii. 93. Ivy Lane, Strand, v. 254 ; 
vii. 414. " Jenion's Intack," i. 477. Johnson 
(Isaac), of Massachusetts, iv. 227. Johnson 
(Robert), his 'World,' x. 125. Johnson (S.), 
his ancestors and connexions, ix. 46. Kennet 
(B.), Vicar of Bradford, vii. 127. Kerne (J.), 
Dean of Worcester, ii. 389. " Kick the bucket," 
i. 314. " Kissed hands," i. 135. Lamb m place- 
names, iii. 150. Leech -gathering, ix. 291. 
Legends on English coins, vii. 318. Liggers, 
c. 1474, ix. 36. Literature, popular, in six- 
.teenth century, iv. 486. Liverpool : its 
etymology, xi. 354. London rubbish at 
Moscow, i. 257. Lopez (Roderigo), iv. 306. 
Louis XIV. tablecloth, xii. 498. Louis Philippe's 
landing in England, v. 391. Lynold family, i. 
307. ' Macbeth ' : the three witches, vii. 484. 
Mackenzie (Robert Shelton), viii. 247. Manor 
Rolls, guide to, i. 272. Markham's Spelling- 



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Book, ii. 327. Marriott (Rev. Randolph), 
iii. 193. Marshall (Stephen), ix. 465. May 
Day, xi. 343. May Day : two poetical tracts, 
iii. 344. May Day : maypole, v. 325 ; ix. 
345. Mayor's seal for confirmation, i. 447. 
Milner (Dean), ii. 317. Mince pie and plum 
pudding, ix. 46. ' Missal, The,' iv. 75. Mist 
(Nathaniel), vii. 187. Mistletoe, x. 506. 
Monro (Major), iv. 72. Morgan and Polton, 
Bishops of Worcester, iv. 347. Motto : "In 
God is all," viii. 353. Mount Grace le Ebor', 
its records, i. 198. Mulberry and quince, iv. 
438. Names terrible to children, x. 509 ; 
xi. 454. Napoleon III. in London, ix. 371. 
Nelson poems, iv. 186. Nonconformist burial- 
grounds, x. 152. Northern and Southern pro- 
nunciation, ii. 317. Northumberland and 
Durham pedigrees, ii. 351. "Nose of wax," viii. 
274. Nottingham, its bibliography, ix. 205. Ob- 
livious, ii. 518. " Oxe-aye," vi. 234. ' Oxford 
English Dictionary,' i. 193. Oxford Graduates, 
1675-84, vii. 125. Paine (Thomas), his remains, 
xii. 118. Palm Sunday and Easter customs, 
iii. 304. Paris Garden, viii. 346. Parkgate 
Theatre, iii. 355. Parkins (Dr.), i. 51. Parry 
(Bishop Henry), ii. 425. Paschal candle, ix. 
305. Pattens in the church porch, ix. 394. 
Penteus or Punteus, iv. 189 ; v. 212. Pestal 
(Col.), xii. 95. Pictorial blinds, vii. 429. Pig 
grass : fioning grass, xii. 92. Pincushion 
sweet, vi. 50. Pindar family, i. 135. ' Plump- 
ton Correspondence,' i. 466. Pony: crib, vi. 
434. Postscript of a woman's letter, xii. 18. 
' P. P., Clerk of the Parish,' i. 137. ' Practice 
of Piety,' i. 15. President : precedent, vii. 
227. Pronunciation, Northern and Southern, 
ii. 317. Proverbs, vi. 486. Provincial book- 
sellers, v. 141, 183, 242, 351. " Proxege and 
Senage," xi. 77. Public school, our oldest, i. 
257. Purlieu: Bow-rake: Buck-leap, i. 85. 
Quivel (Peter), Bishop of Exeter, x. 215. 
Rain caught on Holy Thursday, iv. 497. 
Ramie, ii. 13. Richardson (W. V.) and the 



Russian Church, iii. 376. 
1619, iv. 287. Rogation 



Robinson Crusoe, 
days : Ascension 



Day, xi. 381. Rogation procession : Ascension 
Day, ix. 401. St. Expeditus, v. 107. St. 
George: George as a Christian name, vii. 
308, 513. St. George's Chapel Yard, Oxford 
Road, vii. 198. St. George's Day, 1715, xi. 
324. St. John Baptist's eve, ix. 481. St. 
Luke's Day, iv. 305. St. Mark's Day, 25 April, 
xi. 324. St. Mary the Egyptian, xi. 391. 
' Sal et saliva," i. 432. Sands (Richard), 
equestrian, viii. 446. Scallions, iv. 375 ; v. 54. 
Scott's ' Guy Mannering ' and ' Antiquary,' 
vi. 65. Scott's 'Quentin Durward,' viii. 53. 
Selling oneself to the devil, v. 115. Seringapa- 
tam, vii. 317. Seventeenth-century phrases. 
ii. 533. Sex before birth, i. 406 ; ii. 313. 
Sexes, their disproportion, ii. 209. Shake- 
speare (Lieut.-Col.), viii. 406. Shakespeare 
illustrations, vi. 422 ; xii. 84. Shakespeariana, 
viii. 164. Sherlock, i. 426. Shutters, ix. 66. 
Sleep and Death, i. 315. Snowte : weir and 
fishery, iii. 137. " Son confort et Hesse," i. 232. 
" Spartam nactus es, hanc exorna," vii. 105. 
Spelling reform, vi. 266 ; viii. 47 ; x. 226. 
Spring-heeled Jack, vii. 206. Squad = mud, 
xi. 396. " Stafford blue," vi. 237. Steemson 
and Cliff e families : Thome Quay, v. 217. 
Stow, misprints in Thome's edition, i. 205. 
Stuart (Daniel and Peter), iv. 125. Suck. 



bottle : feeding-bottle, viii. 257. Theophany, 
ii. 505. Tideswell and Tideslow, ii. 77. " Tony 
Lumpkin," vi. 7. Toothache, x. 121. ' To 
Peipon," xi. 418. Tottenham Churchyard, 
Middlesex, viii. 356. Travelling in England, 
1600-1700, v. 414. Troutbeck (John), vi. 314. 
Turner : Canaletto, i. 217. Turvill or Tutevill 
(D.), v. 517. Vicariate, iii. 204. Village 
mazes, ix. 475. ' Visitations of Southwell,' iii. 
66. Vivandieres, ix. 313. " Votes for women," 
x. 47. Vulgate, iv. 93. Waits, ii. 504 ; iv. 505 ; 
viii. 485. Waterloo, ii. 345. Wave, tenth, x. 
445. Weathercock, iii. 288. Wharf, x. 318. 
White (Kirke), vi. 496. Willow-pattern china, 
ix. 438. Wislez (Mile. C.), vi. 375. Witham, 
ii. 333. Womack (Dr. Laurence), xii. 492. 
Yule " clog," iii. 11. 

B d (W. C.) on Fanshawe memoirs, viii. 465 
B. (W. E.) on awaitful, viii. 254. Courtesy titles 
of earls' sons, vi. 295. Dipping well in Hyde 
Park, vij. 247. Latin lines, i. 373. Monu- 
mental inscriptions, vi. 225 ; vii. 137 ; ix. 
168. Textual criticism in Rufinus, xi. 88, 495. 
B g (W. E.) on windows in the breast, xii. 409 
B. (W. G.) on Thomas a Becket, iv. 214. Prior= 
senior, ix. 147. Quotations wanted, iv. 488. 
Slipper surname, iv. 212 

B. (W. L.) on Thomas Bennet, bookseller, xi. 488 
B. (W. N.) on brothers with same Christian name* 

vii. 246 

B.-J. (A. B.) on authors wanted, iv. 529 ; y. 92 
B.N.C. wrongly explained in a German dictionary, 

v. 46 

Baal fires, x. 206, 251, 315, 353, 391, 456 
Babar (Emperor), his memoirs, i. 147 
Babies' bottles, viii. 190, 256, 355 
Babin (Jacques), ex-noble, his execution, x. 428, 

474 
Babington Conspiracy, 1586, novel on, v. 190, 

354, 395, 455 
" Bacchanals ' or " Bag-o'-Nails," inn sign, vi. 

427, 490 ; vii. 56 

Bacchus on cockroaches to destroy vermin, vi. 9 
Backhouse (Capt.) and Col. Stepkin, 1648, x. 

209, 255 
Backwell (Barnaby), banker= Miss Gordon, viii. 

30, 72 
Bacon, etymology of the word, viii. 310, 396 ; use 

of the word in 1164-5, ix. 55 
Bacon and Bungay, the name combination, viii. 

69 
Bacon (Anthony) at the Court of Navarre, vi. 

328, 476 

Bacon (Francis), and drama of his age, ii. 129, 
195, 331 ; on electric telegraph, 234 ; The 
world's a bubble," ii. 407, 471 ; iii. 94, 155 ; 
and Ben Jonson, ii. 469 ; iii. 35, 94 ; v. 31, 
133 ; singular address by Thomas Powell to, 
iii. 106 ; authorship of Bacon's epitaph, iii. 155, 
234,316; as "Glendower," 302; his cipher, iv. 
188 ; quotation from, in Johnson, vi. 427 ; 
errors in ' Apophthegmata,' vii. 328, 435 ; viii. 
78, 332 ; on the stomach, xi. 428 ; on tasting, 
xii. 7, 91 ; and ' Hore Subsecivse,' 1620, 101, 162 ; 
and Italy, 129 , . 

Bacon (Nathaniel), 1593-1660, in D.N.B., ix. 47 
Bacon family, ix. 130 
Bacon-Phillips (J. P.) on Rectors of Crowhurst, 

ii. 69 

Bacteria, early notice, v. 45, 115 
Baddeley (St. Clair) on Brass at Brown 

Candover, ix. 316. Cotteswold in Italian, x. 

325. Dabrichecourt, ix. 418. Farnese arms, 



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xii. 155. Goose with one leg, xi. 516. Hollow 
loaf foretelling death, xii. 155. Roman 
inscription concerning Corbridge, ix. 311. 
Sacred Place-names in foreign lands, xii. 314. 
St. Bartholomew and Otford, xii. 310. ' Sub 
rosa," ix. 316 

Baddow, Defoe on its vicar, v. 428 
Badeley (J.) on Victorian coin, ix. 209 
Badger, its etymology, v. 389, 432 
Badger in the bag, game, i. 289, 355 
"Badger's Bush" or " Beggar's Bush " Inn, vii. 

209, 271 

Badges, curious words in their description, iii. 407 ; 
iv. 55 ; of the City guilds, vii. 347, 457 ; roses 
as, x. 87, 174, 218 ; on book-plates, 289 ; 
White Hart, xi. 168 ; of Roman legions, 290, 
412 

Badley (R.) on addition to Christian name, iii. 374 
Badoario (Bonaventura), his biography, x. 234 
Baffo (Giorgio), his poems, 1771, vii. 449 ; viii. 

175 ; ix. 258 

Bagger, Danish poet, his ' English Captain,' viii. 469 
Bagman, abstract, reference by Stevenson, vii. 

188 
B agnail (J.) on " Mineria marra," motto, xii. 

28 
Bagnall (Thomas), Westminster scholar, 1753, v. 

288 
Bagnigge House, its history, xi. 385 ; xii. 192, 

278 

Bagnios, London, iv. 24, 115, 217, 277, 376 
" Bag-o' -Nails " or " Bacchanals," inn sign, vi. 

427, 490 ; vii. 56 
Bagpipers, Roman, bronze figures discovered, v. 

208, 315 

Bagshaw (Samuel), his ' History, Gazetteer, and 
Directory of the County of Kent,' 1847, i. 9, 152, 
295 
Bagster (G. G.) on Count Truchsess of Zeyl- 

Wurzach, vii. 389 
Bahamian on Johnsoniana, x. 8 
Baif (J. A. de), author, his biography, ix. 390, 492 
Baildon (W. Paley) on Kingsway and Aldwych, 

iv. 433. S. its long and short forms, viii. 372 
Bailey-Kempling (W.) on Matthew Arnold's 
' Horatian Echo,' iii. 6. ' Christabel,' ix. 27. 
De Quincey and ' Westmorland Gazette,' ii. 
101. Name coincidences, iii. 466. Rossetti, 
Christina, vi. 328 

Bailiffs also clerics in thirteenth century, ii. 527. 

Baily (Johnson) on " Cast not a clout," v. 388. 

Lusitania and the Sirius, viii. 325. Michaelmas 

Day, x. 194. ' Topographia Antiques Romse,' 

ii. 226 

Baily (Prof. Walter), his books, c. 1586-8, vi. 

507 ; vii. 96 

Bailward (W. A.) on pauper's song, ix. 308 
Bain family, vi. 269 

Bainbridge (Thomas), c. 1568, his family, xi. 69 
Baines (A. A.) on Baines family, iv. 68 
Baines family of Layham, Suffolk, iv. 69, 330, 

537 
Baird (Major-General) and Seringapatam, vii. 

230, 317 

Bairn, Scotch word used in Lincolnshire, i. 415 
Baker (A. G.) on swerve, vi. 133 
Baker (A. J.) on ' Araminta,' xii. 288 
Baker (C. T.) on George Baker, Oxford prizeman, 

v. 215 
Baker (George), Oxford prizeman, d. 1811, his 

biography, v. 169, 215 
Baker (Philip) and rectory of Winwick, ii, 109, 177, 
258 



Baker (T.), Socius ejectus* 1716-17, xii. 143 

Bakers' servants c. 1440, xii. 427, 498 

Bala, weather at, i. 347 

Balaam, in newspaper offices, xi. 266 

Balances, guinea, iii. 347, 413, 472 

Balances or scales, early, iii. 208, 273 

Balasore, handkerchief, its name, v. 449 

Balboa (Vasco Nunez de) and the South Sea, ix.. 

107, 212 
Balbus on Penrith, i. 97 
Baldock, and Lord Melbourne, xi. 9 
Baldock (Major G. Yarrow) on Alderman's Walk,. 
x. 354. Coop, to trap, iv. 296. Edmonton 
burial-place, ix. 267. Egyptian Hall, Picca- 
dilly, iii. 297. Foot Guards (3rd) at Bayonne, 
xi. 276. Johnson's poems, vi. 293. ' Kings- 
ley's Stand," vii. 158. Medical barristers, i. 
32. Melbourne (Lord) and Baldock, xi. 9. 
Nail and the clove, iii. 231. Obsolete English 
games, vii. 511. Regimental marches, x. 352.. 
Sainte-Beuve on Castor and Pollux, xi. 392. 
Scots Greys, x. 396. Shadow-catcher = photo- 
grapher, vii. 67. Standard Theatre, Shore- 
ditch, ix. 247. West Indian military records* 
vii. 14. Wheel as symbol of religion, iv. 250 
Baldwin (E. T.) on " punt " in football, xi. 355 
Baldwin (H.) on houses of historical interest,. 

vi. 356 

Baldwin (Sir Timothy) in ' D.N.B.,' iii. 306 
Bale (Otway), Westminster scholar, xi. 170, 214 
Bale. See Basle. 
Balfour (Right Hon. A. J.), his descent from 

Robert II. of Scotland, v. 201 ; vi. 91 
Ball (E. J.) on Booth of Rame, x. 448. ' H& 

which drinketh well," xi. 53 
Ball (F.) on plane sailing or plain sailing, x_ 

352 

Ball (F. Elrington) on Battle-axe Guard, iii. 315 ; 
Conolly (Right Hon. William), vi. 412. Curtis t 
Hughes : Worth, iv. 331. Edouard or Edouart, 
xi. 371. Tholsels, iv. 453. Tituladoes, ii. 16. 
Tynte book-plate, ii. 19. Wainwright (John), 
Baron of the Exchequer in Ireland, i. 55 
Ball (H. H.) on Robert Brockholes, vi. 230. 
Nettleship (Samuel), 1831, viii. 254. Sophony,. 
iv. 148 

Ball (Col. W.) of Virginia, 1650, ix. 269 
Ballads in Beaumont and Fletcher's ' Monsieur 

Thomas,' vi. 223, 291 
Ballard (John), ' D.N.B.' on, x. 114 
Ball-games played in Arctic Circle on festivals r 

iv. 347 ; v. 376 
Ballinger (J.) on Thomas Clay of Ludgate Hill,. 

ix. 327 
Balliol College, Oxford, and Dr. Good, viii. 128,. 

215 

Balliol family, their descendants, v. 130 
Balloon, Major Money's, c. 1787, viii. 170, 311 
Balloons, verses on, xii. 106, 158, 195, 271 ; 
dirigible, anticipated, 125. See also Flyiny 
Machines. 

Ballowe (Henry) in * D.N.B.,' iii. 267 
Balm of Columbia, Oldridge's, ' Punch ' on, vii. 

289 

Baltic Fleet, Russian, in 1788, iii. 246 
Baltic Company, its history, vi. 149, 252 
Baltimore and " Old Mortality '" Patersons, xi. 

25, 218 
Balzac, cipher used by, iii. 368 ; and Heine, a 

coincidence, x. 109 

Balzo, in Dante's ' Purgatorio,' viii. 226, 291 
Banana, etymology of the word, vi. 325, 395, 
433 



TENTH SERIES. 



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Bananas, Canary and West Indian, ii. 409, 476 ; 

iii. 14 

Bancroft (Sir Squire), date of his birth, viii. 287 
Bandy Leg Walk, Southwark, x. 390, 438 ; xi. 35 
Banfi-Hunyades (Johannes), chemist, d. 1646, 

vii. 310 

Bang (W.) on pip, v. 156 
Bangor, Archdeacons of, xii. 367 
Banishment certificate, 1789, x. 230 
Bank of England, suspension of specie payment, 

xii. 205, 278 

Bankes family of Corfe Castle, v. 289, 372, 395 
Bank-note, military, 1805, x. 389, 437 
Bank-note sandwich story, xi. 447, 514 
Bankrupts in 1708-9, ii. 487 ; iii. 154 

Banks ( ) and his horse Morocco, ii. 282 

Banks (John), six times Mayor of Folkestone, yii. 7 
Bannard (H. E.) on John Newbery's grave, vii. 76 
Banner or flag, triangular, its name, v. 450, 493 ; 

vii. 252 
Banner (Parliamentary), in the Civil War, xi. 89, 

177 

Bannerman (Lady), wife of Sir Alexander Banner- 
man, and Thomas Carlyle, vii. 210 ; xii. 331 
Bannerman (Rev. David), married Janet Turing, 

iii. 167, 316 

Banns, time of their publication, i. 18 ; and lame- 
ness, xii. 288, 498 

Banquet, fifteenth-century, bill of fare, iv. 446 
Banqueting Hall, Whitehall, and the execution of 

Charles I., viii. 447 

Banstead : races and mutton, c. 1733, x. 246 
Banzai, origin of the Japanese word, ix. 405 
Baptism, " sal et saliva " in, i. 368, 431, 514 ; ii. 

55 ; Dickens on half -baptized, x. 29, 90, 135, 

256, 294 
Baptismal robe : chrisom, viii. 270, 377, 457 ; 

ix. 312 

Baptisms, their registration c. 1653, ix. 89 
Baptist books, Angus collection, x. 459 
Baptist Confessions of Faith, iii. 89, 116, 455 
Baptist Minister on Temple College, Philadelphia, 

i. 207 

Baptistery font, Florence, Ruskin on, x. 88 
Barbadoes, the verb, vii. 380. See also Barbydoy*. 
Barbados, Ferdinand Palseologus in, c. 1628-io, 

viij. 334 
Barbary on Irish girl and Barbary pirates, vii. 

469 
Barbary pirates and Irish girl, poem on, vii. 469 ; 

viii. 13 

Barbary pirates off Devonshire, x. 189 
Barbers, famous, references to, i. 290, 375, 513 
Barber surgeons and dentistry, x. 216 
Barbey-Boissier (Madame) on Louis XVII. i. 267 
Barbian, Spanish slang term, v. 149 
Barbour (Richard), Westminster scholar, xii. 188 
Barbydoys, manor in Carleton, co. Cambridge : 

Barbadoes, vii. 30 
Barclay (H. J.) on " World Turned Upside Down," 

viii. 290 
Barclay (John), Theordorus Prodromus, and 

Burton, xi. 101 
Barclay (Capt. Robert Heriott), his portrait, iv. 

28 ; vi. 388 
Barclay-Allardice (R.) on Bideford Freeman Roll, 

ii. 325. Dago, ii. 247. Dog-names, ii. 470. 

' Get a wiggle on," ii. 28. High Peak words, 

ii. 386. Lease, long, i. 32. Newspaper, first 

ocean, ii. 157. Parish register to stop a rat's 

hole, i. 266. Patents of precedence, iii. 90. 

Police uniforms : omnibuses, iii. 76. Scotch 

burial custom, iv. 76 



Bardsley's ' Dictionary of Place-Names,' error in, 

i. 505 

Barga, Italy, its history, ii. 449, 537 
Bargehouse, King's Old, its location, viii. 167, 

417 ; early picture, x. 88 
Barham (R. H.), in Great Queen Street, vi. 147, 

253 ; allusion in ' Ingoldsby,' ix. 447 ; Cardinal 

of St. Paul's, x. 173, 273 
Barham arms in Ashford Church, vi. 208 
Barkas (A. A.) on Edward Barnard, xi. 28 
Barker (H. J.) on fame, iv. 249 
Barker (H. T.) on pigmies and cranes, iv. 266 ; 

St. Partick, iii. 450 

Barker (Robert), priest, 1626, v. 229, 299 
Barker and Killigrew families, iii. 224 
Barkham (Dr. John) and Gwillim's ' Heraldry,' 

ii. 416, 495 
Barking, Friends' burial-ground at, x. 31, 150, 

237 
Barking Abbey and William the Conqueror, xi. 

447 ; xii. 31, 77, 175 

Barkly West, S. Africa, place-name, xi. 325 
Barleybrake, obsolete English game, vii. 361 
Barlow (Beatrice), m. Sir Antony Rudd, ii. 

29 
Barlow (C. J. P.) on the Acorn and the Gabriel, 

xii. 28 
Barlow (W.), two bishops of the name, x. 367, 

412, 474 
Barlow (W.), Bishop of Chichester, xi. 51 ; 

of Rochester, 51 

Barlow (William Henry), d. 1902, his burial- 
place, ix. 128 

Barmaid, use of the word in 1732, vi. 425 
Barnaby Chronicles, their name, viii. 89 
Barnard (Edward), head master of Eton, his 

marriage, xi. 28, 116 ; xii. 26 
Barnard (G. W. G.) on Sir Thomas Browne, xi. 

473 
Barnard (Sir John), Lord Mayor, 1737-8, his 

descendants, vii. 90, 132, 194 
Barnard (Samuel), d. c. 1857, his ancestors, vn. 

1 ftft 

Barnard & Staples, Cornhill bankers, xi. 189, 252 
"Barnard's Inn " Tavern, its history, viii. 365 
Barnardiston and Little families, xii. 469 
Barnes, origin of the name, v. 308, 352, 472 ; 

Barnes (Barnaby), plot of ' The Devil's Charter,' 

i. 467, 509 

Barnes, Pikle, origin of the name, v. 409, 498 
Barnet, Edward IV.'s standard-bearer at, xii. 

147 
Barnet (Humphrey), minister of Newton Heath, 

ix. 206 
Baraewell (Henry), Prebendary of Rochester, 

x. 448, 516 ; xii. 495 
Barnfield (R.), his 'Cynthia,' iii. 425; and the 

nightingale's song, viii. 192 
Barnouw (A. J.) on bodemerie, vii. 386. ^ng 11 

literary almanacs, viii. 347. 'Spiritual 

Quixote,' ix. 88 
Barnum (P. T.), his book on his impostures, 

vi. 13, 76, 114 

Barometer by Marinone & Co., ii. 34c 
Baronet on hereditary dignities created, not 

made, v. 186 

Baronetcies, civic, since 1837, viii. 301, 41. 
Barraclough (W. H.) on J. Segalas, gunmaker, 

viii. 251 
Barracoon, use and meaning of the word, ix. 

185,234 ,.. 

Barrage, introduction of the word, 11. 77 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Barrar, use and meaning of the word, i. 349, 

434,478, 515 ; x. 358 

Barrel-organ builders in Cheapside, iii. 348 
Barrels for church organs, viii. 66 
Barrett (A. E.) on Sussex inscription, iv. 389 
Barrett (C. R. B.) on cricket pictures, iv. 238 
Barrett (E. S.), ' The Heroine,' xii. 59 
Barrett College, North Carolina, its fictitious 

degrees, i. 45 

Barrie (J. M.) and Kensington Gardens, vii. 1 
Barriff (Capt. William), his ' Military Discipline,' 

1635, v. 12 
Barrili (Anton Giulio),his ' L'TJndecimo Comanda- 

mento,' x. 358, 437 

Barrington family of Cullenagh, viii. 9 
Barristers, medical, i. 32 
Barren (C.), of 19, Pall Mall, x. 69, 114 
Barren (H. M.) on Byrne Intrinseca, iv. 89 
Barrow, use and meaning of the word, i. 349, 

434, 478, 515 

Barrow (J. G.) on Nelson's death, xii. 169 
Barrow (John) and George IV., ix. 308 
Barrow (Oswald) on the Fitzwilliam family, iii. 165 
Barrule on Accession coins and medals, x. 130 
Barry (Dr. James), her biography, iii. 228, 313 
Barry (Thomas), Westminster scholar, 1758, v. 8 
Bartelot (B. G.) on arms on a brass, xii. 209 
Bartholeyns (A. O'D.) on picture by Frith, i. 67 
Bartolozzi, ' Life ' by M. Missirini, i. 289 
Barton (Bernard), his ' Metrical Effusions,' xi. 389 
Barton (.Capt.), of H.M.S. Lichfield, x. 249, 334, 

416 
Barton (Elizabeth), Holy Maid of Kent, ii. 268, 

336 
Barton Grammar School, Westmorland, its history, 

vii. 488 ; viii. 57 ; xii. 110 
Bartrun (H. H.) on Little and Barnardiston 

families, xii. 469. Tye, ix. 29 
Barum, meaning of the word, x. 452 
Basevil (Gilbert de) and Robert de An vers,x. 29 
Basin and ewer from Fotheringay bell, ix. 468 
Basire (Dr. Isaac), chaplain to Charles I. and II., 

x. 128 
Baskish, " apple " in, ii. 269 ; New Year's Eve 

in, iii. 86 ; P. d'Urte's ' Genesis ' in, 148 ; 

butterfly in, 226 ; Leicarragan, verb, in, 267 ; 

New Testament, 1571, vii. 215 ; connexion of 

bulka with bulk, 227, 273, 374 ; Omar Khayyam 

in, 326 

Baskish and Ainoo languages, i. 264, 297, 432, 513 
Baskish Bible, i. 284, 315 

Baskish calendar, names for September, vi. 326 
Baskish inscriptions in Newfoundland, v. 328, 

513 

Baskish legends, their recitation, i. 190, 493 
Baskish soul folk-lore, vi. 507 ; vii. 73 
Baskish verses on marriage of King and Queen of 

Spain, v. 447 
Bask-Latin-English dictionary, early, iv. 143, 

255, 333 ; vi. 51 ; viii. 16 
Baskology, Charles Godwyn and, ii. 487 
Basks, Voltaire on, vi. 408 
Basle, Council of, Heine's legend, i. 8, 397 
Basle, figure on Cathedral at, ii. 149 ; madness, 

x. 310, 392 ; midday at, 310, 392 
Basque. See Bosk-Latin. 
Bass (E. C.) on Basse family, viii. 68 
Bass Bock, hexameters on, ix. 288, 411 
Bass Rock music, i. 308, 374, 437 ; ii. 74 
Basset, obsolete English game, vii. 361 
Basset, Englefield, Basevil, and Anvers, x. 29 
Basset (Isabella), 1346, her parentage, ii. 69 
Bassett (H. H.) on Eynsford Castle, ix. 449 



Bassett Family Association in America, ix. 486 
Bastinado as English military punishment, x, 

246, 355, 397 

Bat Bearaway," origin of the name, vii. 168, 

258 ; viii. 15 
Batchelor (John), his Ainoo dictionary, i. 265 
Bate family, viii. 510 
Bateman (John F.), d. 1889, his burial-place, ix. 

128 
Bates (E. F.) on Aristotle and moral philosophy, i. 

405. Marlowe and Shakespeare, i. 75 
Bates (E. H.) on engraving by J. G. Will, xii. 

49. Palimpsest brass inscriptions, vii. 27 
Bates (E. S.) on Lansdowne MS. 720, xii. 188 
Bates (Madison C.) on Cowper bibliography, xii. 

508 
Bath, Richard Nash at, i. 32, 96 ; Nelson at, i. 366 ; 

memorial tablet to James Quin at, iii. 185 ; 

Gay's * Beggar's Opera ' at, 365 ; list of Kings of 

of, v. 28, 75, 132, 215 ; tablet inscribed in 

uncials at, viii. 95, 252 

Bath (Sir Harry) and Shotover, iii. 209, 277 
Bathilda, wife of Clovis II., iv. 28, 93, 474 
Bathing-machines, earliest, ii. 67, 130, 230 ; vi. 154 
Bathurst (Benjamin) and Duke of Gloucester, ix. 

149 
Bathurst (Miss K.) on Alexander family, ix. 98. 

Gloucester (Duke of) and Benjamin Bathurst, 

ix. 149 
Bathurst (Lord) and the highwayman, iv. 349, 

415, 495 

Batley, Easter sepulchre at, 1509, i. 265 
Batrome (John), carved woodwork by, i. 88, 173, 

252, 338, 378 

Bats associated with human souls, viii. 15 
Batsford (B. T.) on Cowdray, Sussex, ix. 450 
Batson (H. M.) on Mortimer, i. 109 
Battels, use of the word, 1574, ix. 305 
Batten (W. M.) on Batten family, iv. 88. Hallet 

family, iii. 308. Maxwell of Ardwell, iii. 389 
Batten family of Cornwall and Devon, iv. 88 
Battle-axe Guard, c. 1709, iii. 247, 314 
Battle Bridge, St. Chad's Well, viii. 46 
Battledore in the pulpit, clergyman with, viii. 

450 ; ix. 53 

Battledores and hornbooks, vi. 463 
Battlefield memorials, xi. 441 ; xii. 181 
Battlefield sayings, i. 268, 375, 437 ; ii. 275 ; 

iii. 35 
Baughan : Boffin, derivation of the name, xi. 

509 ; xii. 112, 292 

Bauhusius (Bernardus), his epigrams, ix. 70, 134 
Baveno, Roman inscription at, x. 107, 193, 296 
" Bawm's March," 1718, meaning of term, vii. 

188, 230, 516 

Baxter (A. Macduff), m. 1827, his issue, vii. 328 
Baxter (F. W.) on Baxter's oil printing, i. 490. 

" Caterpillers of Commonwealth," iv. 248. 

Shakespeariana, iv. 443 
Baxter (George), his patent oil printing process, 

i. 427, 490 

Baxter (J. P.) on Baxter family, viii. 129 
Baxter (Richard) on the Pied Piper, viii. 6, 117 
Baxter family of Shropshire, viii. 129 
Bayard's Green, official site of tournaments, vi. 

89, 154 
Baydon, Cumberland, place-name, r. 1619, x. 

249, 335 

Bayham Abbey, its date, iv. 448 ; v. 31 
Bayle (P.), his ' Reponse aux Questions d'un 

Provincial,' vii. 249, 296 
Bayley (A. R.) on John Abbot, xii. 172. ' JEsop's 

Fables,' 1821, xi. 398. Almsmen, Westminster 



TENTH SEEIES. 



21 



Abbey, iv. 236. Anjou, House of, in. 317. 
Anne of Austria, ix. 452. Aplin family, xi. 335. 
Arms wanted, vi. 170. Astronomy in the Middle 
Ages, xii. 71. Authors wanted, ii. 295. 
Bankes of Corfe Castle, v. 395. Beauford 
(Dr.), Rector of Camelford, x. 349, 458. 
Becket's martyrdom, i. 451. Belfour family, 
xi. 293. Belfries, detached, iv. 290. Black- 
burn (Archbishop), viii. 415. Blake (Ben- 
jamin) : Norman : Oldmix on, iii. 15. 
Book of legal precedents, ii. 437. ' Book for 
Many Wives,' c. 1646, viii. 10. Bossom (John), 
xii. 196. Bradley, co. Southampton : Clark 
family, i. 456. Brass as a surname, ix. 358. 
Brerewood (E.), v. 337. Brett, baronet, killed 
1644, vii. 88. Britannia as the national emblem, 
xi. 274. Bruce and Fleming, viii. 456. Bruce's 
sword, viii. 334. Burial half within a church, 
xi. 230. Camden on surnames : Musselwhite, 
i. 314. Canopied pews, xi. 273. Carnation, 
green, in Shakespeare's day, ii. 406. Carstares 
or Carstairs, xi. 397. " Caterpillers of the 
Commonwealth," iv. 396. Charles the Bold, i. 
232. Chaucer : Strothir in Reeve's Tale,' 
xii. 155. Civil War earthworks, iv. 453. Clergy, 
inferior, their appellations, x. 251. Coffee- 
drinking in Palestine, xi. 90, 358. Cricket : pic- 
tures and engravings, iv. 132 ; v. 96. Crom- 
well (Col.), Royalist, 1646, viii. 30. Cromwell 
(Oliver), his House of Lords, vi. 257 ; his 
head, xi. 390. Cromwell (Robina), iv. 376. 
Cross - legged knights, v. 175. Crowmer 
(William) : Watts of Sussex, x. 232. Crowns 
in tower or spire of church, i. 17. Crucifixion, 
earliest representation, v. 289. Dante's sonnet 
to Guido Cavalcanti, iv. 277. Dee (Dr.), his 
magic mirror, i. 16. De Keleseye or Kelsey 
family, ii. 275. Desmond, vi. 175. Dighton 
(Richard), caricaturist, x. 454. Dorsetshire 
snake-lore,i.253. Dover (Archbishop of), x.218. 
Drake (Lady Eleanor), viii. 271. Drawbridges 
still in use, xii. 198. Dryden portraits, i. 435. 
Dunbar (J.) of Tarbat, ix. 349. Egremont 
(Earl of), i. 192. Eleanor of Castile : her 
tomb, vii. 57, 257. Elephant first exhibited, 
xii. 317, 418. Elizabeth (Queen) and Bishop of 
Ely, xii. 295. Ellison (Henry), x. 95. English 
queen as Jezebel, xi. 458. Episcopal scarf or 
tippet, xi. 295. Essex's Irish campaign, xi. 154. 
Eton College names, xi. 351. Fair Maid of 
Kent, i. 374. " Feed the brute," i. 416. Fetti- 
place, i. 396. Fiennes of Broughton, xii. 174. 
FitzGeffrey (Charles), xi. 49. Fitz Urse 
(Reginald), v. 112. Fonts desecrated, ii. 170. 
Forbes of Culloden, viii. 250. Ford, the Fight- 
ing Preacher, vii. 447. Fraser I. (James) of 
Phopachy, x. 330. Gainsborough's wife, xi. 38. 
Gastrell and Shakespeare's home, iv. 115. 
' Gentle Shakespeare," iii. 170. Ghent, its 
arms, i. 168. Glose or gloss, French verse- 
form, xi. 337. Good (Dr.), of Balliol, viii. 215. 
Gordon (Mrs.), ne Isabella Levy, xi. 114. 
Gray of Denne Hill, Kent, x. 196. Guelder- 
land (Duke of) : Duke of Lorraine, v. 313. 
Gytha, mother of Harold II., iv. 232. Hall 
(John), Bishop of Bristol, i. 72. Harley 
(Robert), Earl of Oxford, iv. 317. Harpist, 
iii. 87. Hartley (William), i. 198, 316. Harvey's 
birthplace, x. 117. Hawtrey, v. 417. Hews 
or Huse family, xii. 177. Holderness families, 



xii. 212. Hopton (Ralph, Lord), v. 456. 
James I. of Scotland, his daughters, ii. 55. 
James II.'s last words, xii. 258. John of 



Gaunt's arms, x. 116. Jowett and Whewell, 
ii. 275. Kempe (Archbishop), iv. 434. Killed 
by a look, ii. 257. Legends on English coins, 
vii. 237. Lorraine or Touraine, xii. 358. 
Lyndhurst's Marriage Act, ix. 96. Lytton 
(Sir Robert), iv. 455. Macaulay on Dryden, xii. 
375. Magdalen College School, iv. 21, 101, 
183, 244, 364 ; v. 22, 122, 284, 362 ; vi. 2, 104, 
203 ; vii. 63, 142, 304, 383, 477. Marlborough 
and Shakespeare, i. 177. Marriage like a 
Devonshire lane, xii. 469. Mary, Queen of 
Scots, in Edinburgh Castle, ix. 74. Mercury 
in Tom Quad, ii. 532. Meredith (Richard), 
Dean of Wells, xi. 474. Milton : portrait 
as a boy, xi. 52. Miserere carvings, v. 29. 
Moliere, verse translations of, ii. 516. Monro ; 
Livingstone : Primrose, xii. 249. Names, 
terrible to children, xi. 53. Navy during Civil 
War, xii. 496. Nelson and Wolsey, i. 376. 
Nimbus, xii. 111. Nuns as chaplains, xii. 95. 
Nym and " humour," xi. 156. Oxford Parlia- 
mentary leaders in Civil War, xii. 21, 82. 
' Oxford University Calendar,' i. 92. Pack (F. 
Christopher), xi. 297. Page family and their 
Middlesex estates, vii. 410. Paramour family 
of Kent, xii. 398. Peacock (T. L.) : George 
Meredith, xii. 132. Pictures inspired by music, 
iv. 57. Pitt (Col.), iv. 333. Polhill family, xi. 
815. " Posui Deum adjutorem meum," vii. 78. 
Premonstratensian abbeys, iv. 231. Public 
school, our oldest, i. 215, 257. Pym (John), 
his mother, x. 309. Queen's surname, iii. 174. 
Quotations wanted, ii. 295 ; iv. 435 ; v: 248. 
Raid of the Bishop of Norwich, x. 516. Raleigh's 
house at Brixton, x. 411. Reade, i. 393. 
4 Reliquiae Wottonianse,' v. 93. Richard II : 
his arms. vii. 249. Roses as badges, x. 218. 
Rous or Rowse family, i. 97. Ruckholt House, 
xi. 92. St. Andrew's Cross, x. 155. St. Asaph 
(Bishops of), xi. 435. St. Dunstan, i. 216. St. 
George : George as a Christian name, vii. 375. 
Satan's autograph, iii. 356. Scroyles, xi. 418. 
Shadwell's * Bury Fair,' i. 221. Shakespeare 
and Agincourt, iii. 121. Shakespeare's school : 
early masters, viii. 323. Shakespeare's wife, 
ii. 428. Slade (Sir Cuthbert), xii. 58. Slade 
(John), xii. 14. Southwold Church: figures 
and emblems, iii. 370. Spanish money in Nubia , 
xi. 354. ' Spiritual Quixote ' and Smollett, ix. 
213. Stedcombe or Studcombe House, vii. 88. 
Stepkin (Col.) and Capt. Backhouse, x. 255. 
Steward (Richard), xi. 378. Stuart, Earl of 
Traquair, xi. 396. Swedish painters in Eng- 
land, xi. 514. Tabernacle, Pre-Reformation, ix. 
57. Thistle and Saint, xi. 258. Towns un- 
lucky for kings, vii. 74. Tucker (Dean) of 
Gloucester, xii. 337. Turton xi. 352. Twyn- 
ham, last Prior of, xii. 221, 315, 453. Upton 
(Nicholas), ix. 457. Villiers (George), Duke of 
Buckingham, iii. 173. Waddington as a place- 
name, xi. 136. Walbeoff family, i. 413. War- 
beck (Perkin), vi. 154. Waynflete (William), 
iv. 213. White Company: naker, ii. 132. 
Woffington, ii. 174. Yates family, vi. 374. 
Yonge (Rev. Henry), xi. 214. 
Bayley (J.), his ' History of the Tower, ix. 61 
Bayley (W.) on " Misicks," v. 128 
Bayly (N.) on Charlton Thruppe, ix. 110 
Bayly or Baily family, of Hall Place and Bideford, 

ii. 108 
Bayne (D. ) on authors of quotations wanted, x, 6 



Bayne (T.) on Achesons of Ayrshire, ix 



392. 



j~*.\' i -*- i ^_^*- *, ff - _ . 

All right," xii. 497. Anon, i. 337 ; v. 274, 



GENERAL INDEX. 



496 ; ix. 135. ' Auld Robin Gray,' vi. 355. 
451. Authors of quotations wanted, vi. 37 ; 
vii. 12, 493 ; ix. 214 ; xii. 296, 335. Balloons 
and flying machines, xii. 271. Belappit, iv. 
305. Bells rung backwards, ix. 473. Berwick 
Law, vii. 225. Beside, iv. 434. Betheral, its 
meaning, xii. 316. Bonassus, ix. 451. Bring, 
^archaic use, xii. 75. Brock : badger, v. 432. 
Buchanan (George), iv. 317. Buff, x. 216. 
Burns, " last words," iv. 45 : Palace of 
Traquair, 437. Burns's ' Bonnie Lesley,' v. 
345. Byron and Moore, iii. 406. Cabyle, ii. 65. 
Campbell : pronunciation, x. 278. Carlyle on 
religion, vii. 12. Carnegie : its pronunciation, 
iv. 52. " Cast not a clout till May be out," 
v. 433. * Charlie, He's my Darling,' v. 45. 
'Childe Harold,' viii. 495. "Chops of the 
-Channel," xii. 117. Cock, white, v. the Devil, 
x. 34. Coloerton, viii. 486. Coleridge's ' De- 
jection,' vii. 95. " Come live with me," ii. 153. 
Cowper : pronunciation of his name, xii. 265. 
Craik (Georgiana M.), i. 346. Creole folk-lore, 
x. 36. Cromwell and the 117th Psalm, x. 
436. Death-birds in Scotland and Ireland, 
vi. 117. Defoe : the Devil's chapel, ix. 
255. Dekker's ' Sweet Content,' v. 106, 217. 
De Quincey quotations, xi. 438. Devon 
provincialisms, vi. 33. Direction post v. 
^signpost, vi. 34. Drayton on Valentine's Day, 
:xi. 257. Dryden's ' Alexander's Feast,' viii. 
-346 Dump, its meanings, vii. 498. Dunbar 
and Henryson, x. 277. ' English Minstrelsy, 
ix. 257. English poets and Armada, iv. 346, 
English spelling : English culture, v. 232. 
Face upon conscience, vii. 288. Falstaff on 
honour, v. 176. Findlater (Count) at Karlsbad, 
xii. 313. Flint and steel, vii. 377. Footfalls 
And music, iv. 161. French words in Scotch, 
ix. 450 ; x. 133. Galapine, ii. 531. Gaol 
literature, xi. 510. George I. and the nightin- 
gale, viii. 192. Goldsmith and a Scottish 
pharaphraser, ii. 166. Googlie, cricket slang, 
xii. 274. Gow (Neil and Natt), xii. 171. 
Gray's ' Elegy ' and ploughing customs, xii. 
390. " Gude-willie waught," viii. 85. " Hardly 

than," vi. 426. ' Hardyknute,' ii. 425 ; 

iii. 37. Hasped, i. 366. Hatching chickens 
with artificial heat, vii. 219. Hell, Heaven, 
.and Paradise as place-names, ii. 354. Her's, ix. 
406. " Hirsles yont," iii. 224. Hoast, v. 66. 
Hockey, i. 385. Hudson (Jeffrey) the dwarf, 
x. 518. Hume (J.), his ancestry, ix. 115. Ice, 
its splitting, iv. 325, 454 ; v. 31. Incledon : 
Cooke, iv. 135. ' In danger "= impending, 
iv. 86. Irving (Edward and Henry), vi. 147. 
Irving's ' History of Scotish Poetry,' i. 325. 
Jacobite verses, ii. 417. James V.'s poems, iv. 
476. Jockteleg, iii. 65. Johnson (Dr.) and 
Edmund Smith, xi. 166. Jonson (Ben), .his 
' Underwoods,' v. 25 ; his name, ix. 431 ; x. 
38. Keats's ' Grecian Urn ' : the heifer, iii. 464. 
Kingsley's ' Lorraine,' x. 452. Lamb (Charles) 
.and his " Pepe," xii. 250. Literary allusions, 
vi. 91. Lonning, iv. 70. Lumber, its mean- 
ings, xi. 518. Lunar halo and rain, vi. 265. 
i.ytton's ' Lost Tales of Miletus,' ix. 248. Mare- 
boake : viere, viii. 134. Marris (William, and 
a Scotch verger, xi. 144. Milton and Christ's 
College, x. 72. Misicks, v. 175. ' Monstrous 
Regimen of Women,' xi. 234. " Mony a pickle 
maks a mickle," vii. 112, 215. ' Most Impudent 
Man Living,' ii. 7. " Mother of dead dogs," 
vi. 32. " O dear, what can the matter be ? " 



vi. 198, 515. Oonal&ska, i. 486. Palgrave's 
' Golden Treasury,' viii. 236. Pennecuik 
(Alexander), gent., i. 386. Phrase : what is it ? 
i. 427. ' Piers the Plowman,' vi. 46. Pig : 
swine : hog, iv. 449. Pin-basket= youngest 
child, ix. 417. Pitt, satire on, viii. 315. Plane= 
sycamore, v. 452. Poem in one sentence, 
v. 217. Politeness= literary elegance, iv. 465. 
Pope's ' Atticus,' xi. 61. Pour, v. 329. Preach- 
ing in Scotland, ix. 485. Pronunciation, doubt- 
ful, v. 233. Prosopoyall, iii. 86. Ramsay 
(Allan), ii. 386 ; iii. 78. " Red ruin," vi. 253. 
Revenue, its pronunciation, v. 427. Rollick, 
xi. 490. Sabariticke, x. 33. Sacred place 
names in foreign lands, xii. 254, 493. Scotch 
words and English commentators, i. 261, 456 ; 
ii. 75 ; iii. 272. Scott (Sir Walter), his music 
master, ii. 45 ; his illustrators, vii. 131 ; and 
Bishop Hall, 187. Scottish -is and -es in proper 
names, xi. 37. Scottish language : its decay, 
vi. 301. Shakespeare's epitaph, x. 396. 
Shakespeariana, x. 166. Shanks s mare, i. 345. 
Skerrick, iv. 475. Song attributed to Burns, 
viii. 305. ' Star,' 1789 : Mayne's * Logan. 
Braes,' xii. 33. Statue : statue : statute, vi. 
326, 416. Stymie at golf, x. 15, 192. Swank, ix. 
513. Sycamore: sycomore, ii. 465. Tadpole, 
vi. 92. Tennyson (A. and F.), sonnets by, 
vii. 197. " Tertias of foot," iii. 429. ' There 
shall no tempests blow," iv. 96. Tobacco : 
its pronunciation, iv. 126. " Tony Lumpkin," 
vi. 238. Totter-out : jag, viii. 113, 372. 
Treats : Mullers, viii. 95. Tulipomania, iv. 
137. Vittle= victual, vii. 231. ' Vouchsafe 
of your refute," iv. 386. War, its old pro- 
nunciation, v. 310 ; vi. 356. Watchet, xi. 
367, 457. Water-suchy, ix. 150. Watts 
(Isaac), his hymns, i. 508 ; and Cowper, ii. 323. 
Wave, tenth, x. 511. " Well of English unde- 
fyled," ix. 267. " What wants that knave ? ' 
&c., vii. 219. White (Kirke), vi. 496. Wilde 
(Oscar), bibliography, v. 355. Wilie-beguilies, 
iii. 125. Wilson (Prof.) and Burns, ii. 306. 
" Winged Skye " : ' Albania,' ix. 422. Wither- 
shins, ii. 76. Words and phrases in American 
newspapers, xii. 372. Wordsworth (W.), his 
" Solitary," vi. 185, 275 ; and Browning, viii. 
466 ; ix. 93. Wroth, its use, vii. 67. Wyatt 
(Sir T.), poem by, iv. 109. Young and Burns, 
iii. 466 
Bayne (W.) on Sir David Wilkie's pictures, xi. 

329 

Bayne family, v. 209 
Bayntun (William Henry), Westminster scholar, 

1817, v. 269 

Bayonet, etymology of the word, iv. 164 
Bayonne, derivation of the place-name, ix. 369 
Bayonne, 3rd Foot Guards at battle of, xi. 69, 

192, 276 

Bayswater, derivation of the place-name, v. 146 
Bazaar : " T' Wife Bazaar," x. 118, 237, 276 
Bazely family of Kent, ix. 129, 218 
Bbl., abbreviation for barrel, v. 27, 74, 112 
Bd. (W. C.) on suicides buried in open fields, iv. 

514 
Beach (Thomas), portrait painter, ii. 285, 332, 371, 

408 

Beachey Head, its derivation, xi. 186, 294, 358 
Beacon, New Year, at Weldon, near Kettering, 

ix. 46 

Beaconsfield (Lord), his faith, iii. 367; George 
Potticary, ix. 46 ; use of revert, 70 ; Abys- 
sinian speech, 125 ; primrose, x. 486 ; xi. 



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23 



37 ; " Defixionum Tabellae," xi. 186, 276 ; 
first schoolmaster, 362, 454 ; Letters of Runny- 
mede, xii. 80 ; engraved portrait, 449 ; 
Radicals and Conservatives, 490. See also 
Disraeli. 

Beadnell family, i. 17, 515 

Beale (B.) reputed inventor of bathing-machines, 
ii. 130 

Beale (Bartholomew), 1632-97, portrait painter, 
iv. 104 

Beale (Charles), artist, his biography, iv. 104 

Beale (S.) on ' American in Paris,' xii. 410 

Beanstall and crown, badge, its meaning, iv. 55 

Beards, wonderful, ii. 166, 275 

Beardshaw (H. J.) on chapbooks and broadsides, 
iv. 413. Creation, its date, iii. 333. Holden 
family, vii. 233. Maurice (Widow), printer, 
x. 158. Newbolds of Derbyshire, viii. 198. 
Place, v. 316, 371. ' Plumper's Inn," vii. 205. 
Poonah painting, vii. 152. " Run of his teeth," 
i. 478. Wolverhampton pulpit, ii. 97 

Bears and boars in Britain, ii. 248, 489 

Beating : woman, spaniel, and walnut tree, ix. 170, 
298 ; x. 15, 152 

Beating the bounds, the custom, i. 489 ; ii. 113 ; 
iii. 209, 293, 390 ; iv. 31 

Beating the bounds in 1763, xi. 384, 497 

Beatrice on heraldic, v. 230 

Beatty (Mrs. Cecilia), Anti-Slavery agitator, vi. 
365, 470 

Beau as a nickname, earliest use, viii. 28 

Beauchamp (E.) on " Bonnets of blue," ii. 347 

Beauchamp (Sir Gilbert) knighted, 1426, viii. 409 

Beauchamp, Earls of Warwick, their pedigree. 
iii. 488 

Beauchamp family of Somersetshire, viii. 307, 471 ; 
ix. 55 

Beauchamp family and Holt Castle, xii. 56, 92, 
227, 291 

Beauford (Dr.), Rector of Camelford, x. 349, 412, 
458 

Beaumont (Agnes), her religious experiences, viii. 
490 

Beaumont (Annabella)= Francis Prior, 1708, v. 8. 
78 

Beaumont (Francis), judge, and Thomas Speght, 
iv. 47 

Beaumont (Sir Thomas), of Whitley Hall, co. York, 
his motto, i. 87 

Beaumont and Fletcher : quotation from ' Valen- 
tinian,' i. 405 ; folk-lore medicine in, v. 129, 
195 ; ballads in ' Monsieur Thomas,' vi. 223, 
291 ; ' Pilgrim,' ix. 301 ; ' Knight of the 
Burning Pestle,' x. 427 

' Beauty of Buttermere,' Sadler's Wells play 
alluded to by Wordsworth, iii. 352 

Beauvais, Bouvear, or Bouviere family, viii. 
251, 315, 414 

Beayen (A. B.) on 'Abbey of Kilkhampton,' 
xii. 450. Aldermen of Bishopsgate, x. 466 ; 
of London, 167. Althorp (Lord) in the 
House of Commons, xii. 6. Attorney- General 
to the Queen, x. 171. Brembre or Brambre, 
x. 306. Constables of the Tower, ix. 390; 
x. 70. Gordon (Dr. W.) of Bristol, x. 416. 
Hildesley (Mark), i. 475. Hoppner (R. Bel- 
grave), x. 417. Jacobsen (Sir Jacob), xii. 413. 
Janssen (Sir Theodore), xii. 398. Lord Mayor 
of London, viii. 268. M.P.'s for London, 1404, 
xii. 325. Michell (John), Mayor of London, 
xii. 361. Monoux (George), viii. 496 ; ix. 431. 
Officer of the Pipe, x. 350. Pigott (Sir Arthur 
Leary), x. 513. Pollard (Sir Lewis), xi. 365. 



Scrope (Adrian), xi. 117. Sheriffs of London, 

x. 167. Townshend (C.) M.P., xi. 282. Usher 

of the Green Rod, xii. 377. Wise (H. C.), x. 55. 
Beaver or bever, a meal, ii. 180 
Beaver (H.M.S.), c. 1828, inquired after, xi. 189 
Beavis (Richard), his paintings in the Guidlhall, 

ix. 308 
Beazley (F. C.) on Beezely, Sussex, ix. 338* 

Litton family of Derby and Stafford, ix. 309 
Bee (Anthony), burial in Durham Cathedral, 

iv. 369, 436 

Bec-en-Hent, house-name, its meaning, xii. 50, 174 
Beche-de-mer, use of the word, xi. 482 
Beckenham Church, desecrated font at, ii. 171 
Becker (A. G.) on authors of quotations, viii. 48 
Becket (Thomas), bookseller, d. 1813, his epitaph, 

viii. 227 
Becket (Thomas a), his martyrdom, references 

and illustrations, i. 388, 450 ; his martyrdom, 

ii. 30, 195, 432 ; form of name, iv. 147, 214, 278 
Beckford and Rabelais, iv. 264 
Beckford queries, xi. 38'6, 438 
Becon (Thomas), Rector of Buckland, Herts, 

ii. 227 
Beddoe (J.) on Capt. Rutherfurd at Trafalgar, 

xi. 454 

Beddoes (W. F. ) on Cheney family, ix. 269 
Beddoes surname, viii. 64, 113, 158 
Beddows (H. T. ) on field memorials to sportsmen, 

xi. 196. Wood (Eleanor), x. 477 
Bede (Cuthbert), Durham associations of his 

sketches, vi. 306 
Bede (Venerable), translation of Fourth Gospel 

viii. 130, 172 
Bedford (Herbrand, llth Duke of), memorial 

tablets erected by, vi. 215 
Bedford (Rev. W. K. R.), his death, iii. 120 
Bedford (Admiral William), d. 1827, his parentage, 

vii. 407 
Bedford County History, by Rev. J. D. Parry, 

ix. 306 
Bedfordshire, archdeacon's marks in church in, 

v. 209, 314 

Bedingfeld or Paston (Dorothy), of York, vi. 509 
Bedingfield (Robert), b. 1720, his poems, ix. 184 
Bedlow the informer, 1650-80, his biography, 

ix. 229 

Bedr, Mohammed's first battle, ii. 409, 475 
Bedwell (C. E. A.) on Spencer Cowper, xi. 377. 

Gosnold, viii. 231. Pigott (Sir A. Leary), x. 514 
Bee (Thomas), his ' Anthology,' xi. 108, 218 
Bee. See Bees. 
Beechey (E. M.) on Capt W. Bennett, x. 488. 

Chantrey and Oliver, miniaturists, xi. 29 
Beechey (Sir W.), his portrait of Harriet Mellon, 

vii. 386 

Beefeaters, Maltese, c. 1859, xii. 148, 198 
Beer, sold without licence, ii. 9, 71 ; viii. 232, 

294 ; used in building, ii. 455 
Beer-brewing and brick-making, early, viii. 465 
Bees, superstitions connected with, ii. 26 ; on- 

Napoleon's coronation robe, v. 9, 76, 115 ; 

for the lord of the manor, vi. 166 ; in mourning, 

viii. 100 ; telling the, viii. 329 ; x. 97 ; folk- 
lore of, ix. 433 ; and lucky days, Chinese belief, 

x 285 

Bee-sting, cure for rheumatism, xii. 248, 295 
Beeswaxers, football boots, xi. 187, 237, 297 
Beeswing Club, Cockspur Street, xii. 449, 512 
Beezely, place-name, its locality, ix. 269, 368 ; 

xi. 475 ; xii. 57, 92 . 

Befana : Epiphany, Roman folk-lore, xi. 6, 7J 
Begbie (K. M.) on Verschoyle : Folden, iii. 11 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



" Beggar's Bush " or " Badger's Bush " Inn, 

vii. 209, 271 
Beggearn-Huish, Somerset, etymology of the 

name, vi. 409 
Beggi (P. O.), book-collector, his biography, 

i. 148, 198 

Begley (Walter), and ' Is it Shakespeare ? ' vii. 164 
Begum. See Bhopal and Sumroo. 
Beheading in England, earliest instance, vii. 487 
Beighton, Manor of, its records wanted, vii. 107 
Beitzmer= Irishman, etymology of the word, 

vii. 345 

Belappit, etymology of the word, iv. 305, 354 
Belben (P.) on " send " of the sea, i. 456 
Belcher (C. F.) on Belcher family and motto, xii. 

108 

Belcher family and motto, xii. 108 
Belden (H. M.) on ' Rinordine,' Irish song, viii. 468 
Beldornie Press, its history, v. 269 ; vi. 132 
Belfour family, xi. 250, 293 
Belfries, detached, iv. 207, 290, 415, 455, 513 
Belgrave Hall sale, vi. 449 
Beliard, seventeenth-century Paris clockmaker, 

vii. 268 

Bell (E.) on Oliver Cromwell's head, xi. 389 
Bell (James C. C.)= Jane Strangman Mead, xi. 429 
Bell (Patrick), Laird of Antermony, his biography, 

ii. 487 ; iii. 12 

Bell (B.), his edition of Chaucer, i. 404 
Bell (General Robert), books by, c. 1820, viii. 489 
Bell (W.) on Eliza Fenning's execution, xii. 68 
Bell : Dead bell : Passing bell, the custom, 

i. 308, 350 

Bell : Pancake Bell on Shrove Tuesday, vii. 166 
Bell customs at Sibson, Leicestershire, x. 430 ; 

xi. 16 

Bell family of Annandale, vi. 29 
Bell founder called belliter, vi. 206, 250, 297 
Bell foundry at Wigan, v. 168, 216, 257, 377 
Bell inscriptions at Siresa, vi. 465 ; vii. 55, 436 ; 

viii. 17 

Bell legends, viii. 440 

Bellagio, Italy, inscriptions at, vii. 164 ; xi. 325 
Bellamy (John), 1755-1842, his biography, xii. 229 
' Bellamy's " in English and Australian Houses 

of Legislature, i. 169, 352, 518 ; viii. 75 
Bell-comb for ringworm, vii. 206, 336 ; viii. 37 
' Belle Assemblee,' portrait of Miss Cubitt in, 

iv. 108, 152 

Bellerophon, Bonaparte on, at Torbay, ix. 321, 382 
Bellew (G. ) on Bonapartes at Morfontaine, viii. 169. 

Girardin (Madame de), viii. 169 
Bellewes (G. O.) on Addison's maternal ancestry, 

x. 201, 292. Coningsby (Thomas de), xii. 509. 

Laurence (John), ii. 246. Lawrence (John), 

clerk, of Stamford, x. 410. Stubbs (Philip), 

x. 308 
Bell-horses, old custom, vi. 469 ; and camels, vii. 

33, 110, 174, 258 ; in nursery rimes, ix. 517 ; 

xi. 295 
Belliter= bell-founder, use of the word, vi. 206, 

250, 297 
Belloc (Hilaire) on Dover-Winchester road, v. 451. 

' Sussex Drinking-Song,' vi. 38 
Bellomont (Viscount) and Charles Mason, Royalist 

divine, iii. 388 

Bellon, name for lead colic, its etymology, vi. 446 
Bellot (James) of Caen, c. 1580, x. 450 
Bellows, " clack-hole " of, meaning of the term, 

vii. 267 
Bell-ringing: on 13 August, 1814, ii. 369, 414, 



531 ; " place " and " place-making 
267 ; at weddings, xii. 308, 517 



in, v, 



Bellringing performance, notable, iii. 466 
Bells : " ringing the bells auke or aukert " (awk- 
ward, backward), i. 179; ix. 229, 418, 473; 
x. 335; xi. 297, 397; largest in the world, 
iv. 409 ; their dimensions, v. 34, 213 ; lines, by 
Hood on, vi. 266 ; vii. 294 ; peacock on, viii. 208 
Bells, waining, use of the term, vi. 169, 238 
Belludo, supernatural horse of Spain, i. 417 
Belot (Adolphe), his novels in English, iv. 46, 177 
Belper, Baal fires near, x. 206, 251, 315, 353, 

391, 456 

Belphete, name inquired after, ii. 308 
Beltin' : eshin'= caning, v. 466, 518 ; vi. 214 
Belton, epitaphs at, xi. 505 
Belt race, use of the term, vi. 187 
Benbow (Admiral John), his descendants, ii. 
29, 111 ; iv. 235 ; song of his death, vii. 55 ; 
inscription at Kingston, Jamaica, 116 
Benedictine, manufacture of the liqueur, x. 469 ; 

xi. 57 
Benedictines, St. Bartholomew, and Otford, xii. 

248, 310, 418 
Benefits, theatrical, earliest instances, vii. 321 
Benham (W.) on " Ocean 'mid its uproar wild," 

v. 77 
Ben Meir in Longfellow's ' Scanderbeg,' xi. 248, 

318 
Bennet (Capt. Francis) and Capt. W. Bennett, x. 

488 

Bennet (Thomas), bookseller, d. 1706, xi. 488 
Bennet (Thomas), spelling reformer, c. 1710, viii. 

47 
Bennet (William), his ' King of the Peak,' v. 

337, 352 ; vi. 321, 382, 425, 432, 513 
Bennett (A. L. ) on Bennett of Baldock, ix. 228 
Bennett (Mrs. L. ) on Romney's ancestry, vii. 9 
Bennett (Capt. W.) and Capt. Francis Bennet, 

x. 488 
Bennett family of Baldock, ix. 228, 333, 395 ; 

x. 191, 393 

Bennett family of Lincoln, ii, 9, 98 
Benny, etymology of the word, ix. 148, 197 
Bense (J. F.) on dish of tea, xii. 437. Haze, vii. 

214 

Bensly (Prof. E.) on Abracadabra, x. 156. Alex- 
andrian Library at Milan, x. 158. " All the 
world and his wife," xii. 13. "Anglica gens 
est optima flens," ii. 405. " Anser, apis, 
vitulus," vi. 94. Athenian fleet saved by a 
comma, ix. 473. Authors of quotations wanted, 
i. 433 ; ii. 477 ; iv. 16, 115 ; vii. 158, 274, 
293, 374, 453 ; viii. 517 ; ix. 34, 113, 175, 
214, 317 ; x. 16, 55, 74, 113, 173, 332, 476 ; 
xi. 32, 316 ; xii. 477, 517. Bacon's Apoph- 
thegms, viii. 332. Barclay Theodorus Pro- 
dromus, and Burton, xi. 101. Beating, proverb 
on, ix. 298 ; x. 152. Bells rung backwards, 
xi. 397. Berenice, wife of Ptolemy III., iv. 193. 
" Better an old man's darling," x. 375. Bill 
Stumps, his mark, viii. 252. ' Biscuit's throw," 
xii. 376. Book, nameless, iv. 176. Breakspear, 
(N.), Pope Adrian IV., xi. 70. Browne (SirT.), 
on oblivion, iv. 214 ; his skull, v. 346. Burton 
(R.), and Fletcher, vi. 464 ; and Jacques 
Ferrand, xi. 286 ; Latin poem, xii. 106 ; 
' Philosophaster,' 325. Burton's ' Anatomy of 
Melancholy,' notes on, i. 42, 163, 203, 282 ; 
ii. 124, 223, 442 ; iii. 203 ; iv. 25, 523 ; v. 146 ; 
vi. 143 ; vii. 103, 184 ; viii. 326 ; x. 383. 
Burton's ' Anatomy,' presentation copy, xi. 65. 
Carbery (Countess of), ii. 496. ' Care, vale ! 
sed non seternum," xi. 226. Chinese proverb 
in Burton's ' Anatomy,' xi. 168. Classical 



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quotations, vii. 337 ; x. 374. c Cloister and the 
Hearth,' iv. 313, 335. Coryat's ' Crudities,' 
iv. 132. Crashaw and Maximilian Sandaeus, x. 
307. Crucified thieves, xi. 395. Dickens's 
automaton dancers, xii. 58. Dickens's " knife- 
box," xi. 116. ' Disce pati," ii. 412. " Dog 
and Pot," xii. 474. Dowries for ugly women, 
iv. 292. Drunkenness, precept on, vi. 492. 
Duke's Bagnio in Long Acre, iv. 217. " Eie 
sores," viii. 197. Ephis and his lion, iv. 351. 
' Epicure's Almanack,' v. 153. Epicurus in 
art, xii. 433. Erra Pater, viii. 518. " False- 
hood of extremes," xi. 234. Feilde (Rev. 
Matthew), xii. 413. " Fide sed cui vide " : 
Bahusius, ix. 134. Fielding's grave, ix. 134. 
Flying Turk, xii. 236. ' Futura praateritis," 
xii. 295. Gilbert (Sir Humphrey), his last 
words, xii. 391. Giraffe : camelopard, xii. 
292. Greek and Roman tablets, v. 350, 473,512. 
Greeks, and laws of gravity, ix. 16 ; and block 
and tackle, 312. Hastle, x. 377. Hippo- 
crates legend, x. 35 ; and the black baby, 
xi. 271. ' His end was peace," x. 517. Horace, 
first edition, i. 338. Horace in Latin and 
English verse, ix. 13. ' Humanum est errare," 
ii. 293 ; iii. 78. Johnston family of Scotland, 
ix. 456. Jonson (Ben), ' Underwoods,' v. 337. 
King's * Classical and Foreign Quotations,' ii. 
281 ; iii. 447 ; vii. 24 ; ix. 107, 284 ; x. 126, 
507 ; xi. 247 ; xii. 127. Landor and Manage, 
viii. 407. Latin lines on Buxton, viii. 333. 
Latin quotations, i. 437, 496 ; ii. 110 ; ix. 37. 
*' Lesbian lead," vii. 256. Letters, their 
names, iii. 277. Literary allusions, viii. 512. 
Literary pastimes, vi. 92. " Love in phan- 
tastick triumph sat," iv. 212. Macaulay : olive 
trees in Australasia, xii. 86. Margaret of 
Richmond, xii. 215. Mechanical road carriages, 
xi. 431. Melampus and the Saint, xi. 353. 
Meschianza, x. 97. Meswinde the Fair, ix. 77. 
Morante (Marquis de), his book-plate, xi. 366. 
More (Sir T. ) sainted by a Bask, vi. 115. " Mors 
janua vitse," xii. 231. " Mors sceptra ligonibus 
sequat," xii. 494. Name-puzzle in early 
Spenser, xi. 334. " Nitor in adversum," ix. 
451. " Nobile virtutis genus est patientia," 
iv. 417. " Non sentis, inquit, te ultra malleum, 
loqui ? ' vii. 354, ' Notes and Queries ' 
Commemoration, xii. 478. ' One shoe off and 
one shoe on," xi. 434. Owen (John), and 
Archbishop Williams, ii. 146 ; Mr. A. F. Leach 
on, xi. 21, 156 ; epigram on Drake, xii. 207. 
1 Pancharis ' : ' Minerva,' 1735, v. 517. Pen- 
necuik (Alexander), and the Louvre, xi. 416. 
Philip II. of Pomerania, x. 415. " Posui 
Deum adjutorem meum," vii. 78. Priscian's 
head, ix. 375. Reade (C.), his Greek quotation, 
vii. 176. References wanted, iv. 154 ; vi. 16. 
Roman death duties, ix. 73. Roman inscription 
concerning Corbridge, ix. 311. Roman in- 
scription at Baveno, x. 193. Roman law, xi. 
38. Roman legions, xi. 412 ; xii. 393. Romans 
at York, x. 134. Rome, ancient, its popula- 
tion, xi. 273. Sainte-Beuve on Castor and Pollux, 
xii. 252. Scaliger (J. C.), his books, ii. 325. 
Scott's ' Count Robert of Paris,' viii. 454. 
Seventeenth-century quotations, x. 270, 356, 
515 ; xi. 356 ; xii. 217. " Sinews of war," 
x. 137. Spanish works in Borrow, x. 276. 
Sponges, xii. 438. Stevenson and the house- 
maid, xi. 518. Storks and Commonwealths, 
x. 438. " Sub rosa," ix. 335. Sundial in- 
scription, ix. 518. Swinburne and Maupassant, 



xi. 505. Swinburne translations, ix. 375. 
Teddington, pictures at, vii. 152. Thackeray's 
Latin, xi. 206. " Though lost to sight," xi. 
498. Tooth, single, ix. 326 ; Silesian, xi. 336. 
Urceo (Antonio), quoted by Burton, xii. 185. 
Vescalion, iv. 73. Vilain XIIII. (Vicomte), 
xii. 451, 498. Virgil or Vergil ? iv. 309. 
Voreda, Roman town, x. 317. Weather, i. 38. 
Wilbraham and Tabraham, xi. 173. Windows 
in the breast, xii. 497 
Bensly (M. H.), on Snakes in South Africa, vi. 218 
Bensly (W. T.) on E. C. Brewer's school, vi. 497 
Bent (M.) on Japanese names, i. 238 
Bent (M. V. A.) on Edmond Hoyle, iii. 196. 

Woffington (Peg), her portraits, iii. 195 
Bentham (Jeremy) and James Mill, residence, 

vii. 350 

Bentley Priory, Stanmore, its history, xii. 487 
' Beowulf,' " waeg-sweord " in, the word, viii. 

186 
Bequests payable in the church porch, late date 

iv. 369 

Be"ranger's letter to M. Paques, i. 165 
Berenice, wife of Ptolemy III. Euergetes, iv. 126 

193 

Beresford (G. B.) on Blore's collections, iv. 207 
Beresford (S. B.) on Cumbermere Abbey, iv. 229 
Beresford (Tristram) at Hanslope, Bucks, vi. 428 
Bergerode in map of Lancashire, 1610, x. 407 ; 

xi. 218, 338, 434, 513 ; xii. 73 

Berkeley (Bishop ), and ' Adventures of Signer 
Gaudentio,' vi. 410, 516 ; pronunciation of his 
name, xi ; 348 
Berkeley ( Gertrude )= Thomas Taylor, temp. 

Charles I., xii. 147 
Berkeley (Lord) and the highwayman, iv. 349, 

415, 495 
Berkeley Churchyard, Gloucestershire, curious 

epitaph, xii. 507 

Berkshire, portion of Wiltshire in, xi. 269 
Berlin, derivation of the place-name, iv. 466 
Berlioz (Hector), and Emanuel Swedenborg, i. 

26 ; his ' A travers Chants,' iii. 365 
Bermondsey, eighteenth-century gin distillery, 
v. 349. ' Lilliput Hall " public-house, vi. 209 
Bernales Buildings, origin of the term, xi. 289 
Bernard and Rudkin families, ii. 421 
Bernau (C. A. ) on Altree family, ix. 413. Andrews 
of Walton-on-Thames, v. 289. Blackett family, 
ii. 9. Born with teeth, v. 78. Dummer 
family, iv. 315. Godfrey of Bouillon, vi. 213. 
Guydickens (Melchior), v. 93. Hose on the 
head, vi. 236. Inscription at Constance, vi. 
69. Inscriptions at Lucerne, v. 466. Latton 
(John), v. 216. Maps, x. 77. Muscovy 
Company : Baltic Company, vi. 252. North 
Sea Bubble, vi. 38. Place, v. 371. Portman- 
teau words and phrases, v. 235, 512. Prior (F. ) : 
Annabella Beaumont, v. 78. Quartering of 
arms, v. 275. Quotations wanted, v. 76. 
Rebus in churches, v. 250. St. Brelade, iv. 
188. Steemson and Cliff e families : Thorne 
Quay, v. 169. Surnames in England, their 
number, v. 370 

Berne, Canton, Lake of St. Lampierre in, v. 489 
Bernini (Cavalier), his statue of Charles I., viii. 53 
Bernoulli and " Probleme de St. P^tersbourg," vi. 

428, 474 

Berry (G.) on curious book titles, viii. 251 
Berry (G. L.) on chained books in iron covers, ix. 

189 

Berthon (Edward Lyon), 1813-99, his biography, 
ix. 232 



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Berwick, Steps of Grace at, ii. 426, 516 

Berwick Law, Firth of Forth, in poem by Tanna- 

hill, vii. 225 

Besant (Sir Walter), on pronunciation of his sur- 
name, iii. 28, 113, 155, 196 ; on Dr. Isaac Watts, 
iii. 489 ; iv. 38 
Beside : besides, their meanings, iv. 306, 375, 

434, 493 
Best (Capt.), his duel with Lord Camelford, v. 

162, 218, 437 
Best (Bishop John), of Carlisle, his descendants, 

vii. 449 ; viii. 112 
Besturne, use of the word in troubadour poetry, 

viii. 406 

Beta on telegraph wires, xi. 229 
Betagh (William), his ' Voyage round the World,' 

1719, iii. 61 
Betham-Edwards (M.) on women voters in 

counties and boroughs, i. 327 
Bethell (C.) on Fenians and Western Australia, 

ix. 236 

Bethell (W.) on Holderness families, xii. 212 
Betheral, etymology of the word, xii. 266, 316 
Bethlehem Hospital, outfit of inmates, 1780, viii. 

466 

Beth Reynolds, surname, viii. 209 
Betley register, curious entries in, ix. 65 
Bett (H.) on TertuUian : Jerome, xii. 209 
Betterment as a doctrine in 1667, v. 166 
Bettes or Bettiss family, viii. 408 ; ix. 149 
Bettesworth (Capt.), killed 1809, his statue, xi. 468 
Bettesworth (Thomas), J.P., Southampton, 1650, 

v. 308, 396 

Bettiss or Bettes family, viii. 408 ; ix. 149 
Betton (Thomas), memorial inscription, vi. 303 
Betts family, v. 270 
Betty = a hedge-sparrow, use of the word, vii. 469 ; 

viii. 57 

Betty= black pudding or haggis, iii. 6 
Betubium, place-name, its identity, xii. 389 
Beulah Spa, Upper Norwood, its history, viii. 

508 ; ix. 35, 313, 453 

Bevan (A. T.) on Selwyn's fondness for executions, 
xii. 175 

Bevan (Rev. ), of Worcester College, his 

' Parochial Letters,' 1829, iii. 87 
Beveridge (A. S.) on Babar's memoirs, i. 147 
Beveridge (H.) on Milton's father-in-law, x. 281 
Beveridge (J. R.) on Loutherbourgh, ii. 389 
Beverley, Easter sepulchre at, 1526, i. 265 
Bevis of Southampton, the legend, viii. 390, 

434, 473 

Bew (J.), bookseller, xi. 188, 256, 416, 498 
Bewdley, Worcestershire, c. 1800, books on, 

vi. 308, 436 

Bewickiana, vii. 29 ; ix. 307, 394 ; xi. 268 
Bewley (Sir E. D.) on " Esprit de 1'escalier," yh. 
296. Fleetwood (George), his portrait, viii. 
488. Gunnings of Castle Coote, v. 436. 
Heardlome : Heech, i. 29. Ireland, officers of 
State in, iv. 314. Jack and Jill, iv. 153. 
Pickering (Sir Gilbert), ii. 421. Woman's 
masculine name, ix. 518 

Bewray, its use in the Revised Version, v. 226 
Bexfield (W. R.), Mus. Doc., iv. 267, 315 
Beyle (Henri), his use of " de," i. 34 
Bezar stone, its properties, i. 113 
Bhang, where to obtain, in London, xii. 490 
Bhatinda on silesias : pocketings, ii. 268 
Bhopal (Begum of), i. 14, 68 
Biaccianelli (D.), Italian artist, c. 1870, ii. 468 
Bianchi (Nicomede), Italian historian, his MSS. 
i. 349 



Bibie (John), Drum-Major, c. 1642, vii. 168, 293 

Bible : Robert Boyle on, i. 186 ; phrases doing duty 
for texts, 205 ; Baskish translation, 284, 315 ; 
original of St. Paul's " slowbellies," 405 ; ' Let 
the dead bury their dead," i. 488 ; ii. 77 ; 
' Gospel of God's Anointed,' its author, ii. 8 ; 
-ed pronounced in public reading, 47 ; Breeches, 
its value, 87 ; printed by Christopher Barker, 
" 1495," 108, 151 ; Old Testament commentary , 
188, 258 ; " sycomore " or " sycamore," 465 ; 
Baskish translation of Genesis, iii. 148 ; John 
Brown's ' Self - Interpreting Bible,' 228 ; 
Luther's ' Commentary on the Galatians,' 229 ; 
iv. 156 ; Psalm cxxxvii. 2, the weeping willow, 
iii. 247 ; iv. 115; in Gaelic, iii. 289; cheap 
editions of the Vulgate, iv. 17,93|; NewTestament 
in Basque, iv. 143, 255, 333 ; vii. 215 ; Spanish 
" Bear Bible," iii. 189, 274 ; Graham family, 
207 ; bewray in Revised Version, v. 226 ; Dickens 
on, 304, 355, 391 ; Acts xxix., lost chapter, vi. 
9, 74 ; printed in 1613, containing genealogy, 
vii. 88 ; translations of the Vulgate, 126 ; 
Bede's translation of the Fourth Gospel, viii. 
130, 172 ; silk first mentioned in, 231, 276, 297 ; 
Abraham Lincoln and the Wycliffe, ix. 10 ; in 
weekly numbers, 64 ; Thumb, by John Taylor, 
ix. 366; xii. 367; "Knave of Jesus Christ," 
xii. 128, 338 

Bibliographical queries, iv. 95 

Bibliographical technical terms, x. 81, 484 ; xi. 
82, 184 ; xii. 103, 204 

Bibliographies, bibliography of, iii. 243, 316, 394 ; 
their annotation, iv. 135 

Bibliography: 

' Adamp Caduto,' vi. 250 

Advertising, its history, ix. 286 

JEsop in Greek, i. 268 

^sop's Fables, 1821, xi. 270, 398 

Ainoo and Baskish, i. 264, 297, 432 

Alchemy, iv. 167 

Alciatus, his ' Emblems,' v. 468, 512 

Alcott (Louisa M.), ' Eight Cousins,' i. 489 

'Anecdotes of Polite Literature,' 1764, vi. 
201 

Animals, their immortality, i. 169, 256, 336 

Anne (Queen), her last years, iii. 32 

" Antiquary's Books," xii. 383 

' Arabian Nights,' iv. 409, 513 

Arithmetic, iii. 50, 98 

Arne(Dr.), iv. 409 

Arnold (Matthew), iv. 405 

' Athense Cantabrigienses,' i. 348, 412 

Authors and their first books, iii. 247, 297 

Bacon (Francis), viii. 78, 332 

Baffo (Giorgio), vii. 449 

Baily (Prof. Walter), vi. 507 

Bariff (Capt. W.), ' Military Discipline,' v. 12 

Barnes (Barnaby), ' The Devil's Charter,' i.467 

Bartolozzi, i. 289 

Baskish : legends, i. 190, 493 ; and Ainoo, 
264, 297, 432 ; in the Biscayan dialect, ii. 
264 

Beating the bounds, iii. 391 ; iv. 31 
Belot (Adolphe), iv. 46, 177 

Bewickiana, xi. 268 

Bianchi (N.), his MSS., i. 349 

Bible : Acts xxix., lost chapter, vi. 9, 74 ; 
translations of Vulgate, vii. 126 ; Thumb, 
by J. Taylor, ix. 366 ; xii. 367 ; Artaxerxes 
in Barker's, 1614, xi. 148, 216, 294 
Bibliographical queries, iii. 227, 292, 473 



TENTH SERIES. 



Bibliography : 

Bibliographical technical terms, x. 81, 484 ; 

xi. 82, 184 ; xii. 103, 204 
Bibliography of bibliographies, iii. 243, 316, 

394 

' Bibliotheca Staffordiensis,' vii. 108 
Billingsley (Nicholas), ii. 167 
Biography, British, ix. 98 
Blacklock (Thomas), his ' Poems,' ii. 228 
Blackmore (B. D.), ' Lorna Doone,' vii. 488 ; 

viii. 76 
Blackstone's ' Commentaries,' first edition, 

xii. 385 

Blake (William), vi. 421, 473, 511 
Blank leaves in books, viii. 405 
Bliss (Dr. P. ), his remarkable cancels, iii. 62 
Blood used in building, iii. 35 
Boccaccio's ' Decameron,' ii. 328, 396 
Boer War, 1881, i. 226, 277, 395 
Bohemian language, v. 168, 217, 297, 315 
Bonaparte (Napoleon), iii. 167, 212 
Book auctions, catalogue of English, iii. 341 ; 

in England, v. 43 ; early, ix. 127 
Book margins, x. 72 
Book signatures, v. 487 ; vi. 134 
Book titles, viii. 251 
Book-trade terms, v. 69 
Books sold by the ton, x. 35 
Booksellers, provincial, v. 141, 183, 242, 

297, 351, 415 ; 1641-67, x. 141 
Bookselling and publishing, i. 81, 142, 184, 

242, 304, 342 ; v. 361, 476 
Borrow (George), his ' Turkish Jester,' iii. 

229 335 
Boswell (J.), ' Johnson,' iii. 284 ; and ' The 

Shrubs of Parnassus,' vii. 429 
Bosworth (Newton), vi. 343 
' Bradshaw's Railway Time-Tables," 1839, 

viii. 441 

Brasses, monumental, vi. 47, 210, 275, 315 
Brewer (Anthony), his ' Lovesick King,' ii. 

409, 496 ; iii. 113 
Brewer (E. Cobham), ' Dictionary of Phrase 

and Fable,' ii. 362 
Bridewell, v. 29 

Brisson, his ' Ornithologie,' iv. 105 
British Museum Library Catalogue, xi. 105 
Britons, ancient, i. 169 
Brougham (Lord), v. 511 
Bulbs, iv. 90, 137 

Burney (C.), ' History of Music,' x. 57 
Burns (R.), his ' Tarn o' Shanter,' ii. 309 ; 

letters to G-. Thomson, iii. 148, 213 
Burton (R.), his ' Anatomy of Melancholy,' 

i. 42, 163, 203, 282 ; ii. 124, 223, 442 ; 

iii. 203 ; iv. 25, 523 ; v. 146 ; vi. 143 ; 

vii. 103, 184 ; viii. 326 ; x. 383 ; xi. 65. 
Burton and Fletcher, vi. 464 
Byron (Lord), viii. 430, 495 ; ix. 10 ; xi. 

445, 518 

Camel, viii. 289 ; ix. 37 
Camerarius (Philip), iv. 425 
Campbell (T.), Prof. L. Campbell's edition, 

i. 486 ; ' Lochiel's Warning,' iv. 127 
' Canadian Girl,' vii. 33 
Carew (George), vi. 205 
Castle architecture, x. 256 . 
Catalogues of MSS., iv. 368, 415, 436, 531 ; 

v. 51 
Catalogues of seventeenth-century tracts, ii. 

388 ; iii. 174 
Catalogues of public libraries, iv. 388, 454 



Bibliography : 

Census Report, 1851, v. 9 

Cervantes, ' Don Quixote,' 1595-6, iv. 107,158- 

Ceylon, xii. 169 

Channel Islands, earliest printing in, i. 349, 

436 

Charnock (R. S.), iii. 263 
Chaucer, R. Bell's edition, i. 404 
Cheapside Cross, ix. 445 ; x. 57 
Chesterfield (Lord), iv. 158 
China, travels in, iii. 15, 154 
Chinese and Japanese lyrics, viii. 34 
Christmas, ii. 503 ; iii. 32 ; iv. 503 ; vi. 485 ;: 

viii. 484 ; x. 505 ; xii. 506 
Churches, their dedications, ix. 28, 332 
Churchwardens' accounts, xii. 383 
Clapham (Henoch), iv. 362 
Classics, English translations, vi. 268, 514 
Close (Poet), i. 409 

Cobden (Richard), i. 481 ; ii. 3, 62, 103, 142 
Cole (Jacob), ii. 289 
Cole (William), iv. 429 
Coleridge (S. T.), 'Poems,' 1808-9, ii. 81 ,. 

245 ; ' Lyrical Ballads,' 1798, 228 ; 'Wan- 
derings of Cain,' vi. 386 
Coleridgeiana, vii. 146 
Collins (Wilkie), iii. 207 
Collins (William), vi. 208, 256 
Combe (William), key to 'The Diaboliad," 

ix. 227 

Cooper (Thomas), iii. 229, 270 
Copyright, v. 128, 176, 217, 314 
Cornish lexicology, i. 326 
Coryat (Tom), iii. 426, 494 ; iv. 49, 132, 195 
Cowley (Abraham), ii. 506 
Cowper (W.), letters, ii. 1, 42, 82, 122, 162, 

203, 242 ; best biography, 149, 235 ? 

bibliography, xii. 508 
Crabbe, i. 86 

Craik (Georgiana M.), her first novel, i, 346 
Cranmer (Archbishop), iii. 24 
' Creevey Papers,' i. 285, 355, 436 
Crosby Hall, viii. 30, 71, 111, 256, 376 
Dances, religious, ix 427, 474 
' Dandies' Ball,' ix. 109, 217 
Daniel (Samuel), spelling of " rime," vi. 233 ? 

his ' Civil Wars,' 1595, viii. 405 
Dante, ' Le Terze Rime,' 1502, viii. 427 ;. 

ix. 11 

Dee '(John), i. 241 
Defoe (Daniel), his * Colonel Jacque,' viii.. 

87, 411 

Dekker (Thomas), iv. 227 ; v. 106, 194, 217 
Del Rio's ' Disquisitionum Magicarum,' x_ 

276 

De Morgan, viii. 386 
De Tabley (Lord) and ' N. & Q.,' iii. 147 
Diamond -making, iv. 167 
Dibdin (Charles), i. 463, 502 ; xi. 402, 483 
Dickens (C.), i. 37, 331 ; iii. 22, 207, 337, 377 

454 ; v. 14 

' Doctrinali Alani,' iv. 150 
Dodsley (Robert), vi. 361, 402 ; vii. 3 ; 

viii. 124, 183, 384, 442 ; ix. 3, 184, 323 ;.. 

x. 103, 243, 305, 403 ; xi. 62, 143, 323 ; xii 

63 

Dogs in war, v. 36, 195 
Doyle (Sir A. Conan), ii. 68 
Duelling, ii. 435; iii. 16, 94, 475; v. 112,. 

394 

Dugdale and Thorp MSS., x. 328 
" Dunelmiae Filius," iii. 368 



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GENEKAL INDEX. 



Bibliography : 

Dyer (Sir Ed.), " My mind to me a kingdom 

is," i. 487 

Easter, i. 265 ; v. 281 ; ix. 305, 397 ; xi. 282 
Eburne's ' Plaine Pathway,' viii. 410, 452 
Elizabethan library, xi. 407 
' England's Parnassus,' 1600, x. 4, 84, 182, 
262, 362, 444 ; xi. 4, 123, 204, 283, 383, 
443, 502 ; xii. 235 

' Epicure's Almanack,' v. 4, 116, 153 
Epitaphs, i. 44, 173, 217, 252, 334 ; ii. 57, 194, 

533 ; iii. 114, 195, 371, 437 
' Epulum Parasiticum,' x. 130, 177 
Essays, iii. 148, 294 
Eton, vi. 35 

Executioners, public, viii. 244, 335, 353 
Falconer (Capt.), his 'Voyages,' ii. 185 
Farmer (Dr.), vii. 12 
Fielding's ' Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon,' vi. 

61, 115 

FitzGerald (E.), song in Tennyson's 
' Memoir,' ii. 285 ; ' Omar Khayyam,' vi. 
388, 453 

Fitzgerald (E. M.), ii. 141, 214 
Flag, vi. 12 

Folk-lore origins, vii. 53 
Frederick the Great, vii. 47 
French-Canadian, viii. 29, 57, 173 
French poems and folk-songs, i. 409 
French Revolution, vii. 48 
French Testament, 1551, viii. 108 
" Fruits of Endowments,' vii. 308, 357 
Funeral, viii. 390, 452 
Funeral garlands, vi. 396 
Gaboriau, i. 428 ; ii. 58 
<James, viii. 369, 456 
Gaol, xi. 428, 510 

Geology and palaeontology, vi. 229, 291 
'German-English dictionary, ii. 9 
Gibbon (E.), * Decline and Fall,' iv. 405 ; 

vi. 510 

Gibson (Charles Bernard), i. 106 
Glover (Robert), ix. 9, 53 
Goethe, translations of ' Wilhelm Meister,' 

i. 489 ; ii. 57 
- Golden Treasury,' viii. 147, 236, 351, 393, 

454 

Goldsmith (O.), 'Vicar of Wakefield' in 
French, i. 489 ; ' Present State of Polite 
Learning,' ii. 309 ; ' Edwin and Angelina,' 
iii. 49, 152 

Gordon (Patrick), iii. 283, 324 
"* Graduati Cantabrigienses,' i. 348 
Gray (Thomas), i. 487 ; ii. 92, 175 ; v. 321, 

406, 428, 477, 511 

Gray's Inn, ' Ancient Orders ' of, i. 367, 434 
Greene (Robert), ii. 483; iv. 1, 81, 162, 224, 
227, 483 ; v. 84, 202, 343, 424, 442, 463, 484, 
504 
* Grenadier's Exercise of the Grenado,' i. 347, 

412 

Guild (William), xii. 34, 77 
Gwillim's ' Display of Heraldrie,' ii. 328, 

416, 495 

Hafiz, v. 68, 115, 457 ; xii. 429 
Halley (Dr. Edmond), ii. 224 ; iv. 526 
Hampstead in song, x. 187, 296, 377 
Hampton Court and Hampton, ix. 169, 317 
Harbours, xi. 409, 452, 514 
Harvey (Gabriel), whereabouts of his books, 

i. 267 
Hatchments, vi. 290, 350, 472 



Bibliography : 

Heber (Richard), xii. 228 
Herondas, his date, i. 68, 216, 336 

Heuskarian. See Baskish. 

Higgins (Godfrey), ii. 184, 276, 331 

Hill (Benson Earle), iii. 162 

Holyoake (George Jacob), v. 441, 491 ; vi. 
75 ; x. 479 

Homer, xii. 68 

Hookes (N.), ' Amanda,' iv. 301 

Horace, first edition, i. 103, 338 

Hornbooks and battledores, vi. 463 

Horton (S. ), iv. 369 

House of Lords, 1625-60, iv. 36 

Hugo (Victor), ' Les Abeilles Imp6riales,' i. 
348, 391 

Indian jugglery, vi. 430, 516 

Inverness, xii. 227, 318, 398 

Irving (Dr. D. ), his ' History of Scotish 
Poetry,' i. 325 

Islington, vii. 70, 117 

Italian genealogy, xi. 14, 73 

Jaggard-printed books, i. 506 

James I. and V. of Scotland, iv. 368, 476 

Japanese and Chinese lyrics, viii. 34 

Jews : ' Light for the Jews,' 1656 and 1664, 
ix. 230 

Johnson (Robert), his ' World,' x. 125 

Jonson (Ben), i. 223 ; xi. 421 

Junius, ix. 386, 430 

Keats (John), recently discovered MSS., iii. 
81 ; his ' Grecian Urn,' 464, 469 

Khayyam. See Omar. 

King's ' Classical and Foreign Quotations,' ii. 
281 ; vii. 24 

Lamb (Charles), iii. 36 ; iv. 445 ; v. 11 

Lamb (Charles and Mary), ix. 29, 440 

Lawrence's ' Empire of the Nairs,' 1811, 
iii. 463 

Lawson (Capt. J. A.), iv. 407, 456 

' Lazarus Redivivus,' ix. 348 

' Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices,' iv. 255 

Leicester Square, iv. 35 

Legal, viii. 6 

Leiparraga, German reprint, i. 284, 315 

L'Estrange, ' Merry Thoughts in a Sad Place,* 
i. 141,193,250 

' Liber Landavensis,' ii. 149 

Libraries c. Charles I. and II., iv. 222, 303 ; 
v. 429 

' Literary Companion,' ix. 368, 438 

Locke (John), v. 65 

Lodge (Thomas), v. 246 ; vi. 221 

Longfellow (H. W.), ii. 226 ; viii. 501 ; ix. 72 

Luther (Martin), i. 409 ; ix. 6 

Macaulay (Lord), vi. 507 

Macklin (Charles), i. 506 

Maclachlan (Ewen), xi. 90, 150 

Madan pedigrees, x. 256 

' Magazine of Art,' ii. 145 

Manzoni's ' Betrothed,' ii. 238 

March (Ausias), v. 14 

Marston (John), vi. 386 

Marvell (Andrew), vii. 423 

Masons' marks, iii. 228, 296 

Masters (Mary), iii. 404 

May Day, iii. 344 ; ix. 345, 398 

Mazes, vi. 209, 313, 397 ; ix. 388, 475 

Medicinal waters, viii. 130, 214, 272 

' Merchant's Magazine ; or, Trades Man's 

Treasury,' c. 1700, vii. 45 
Methodist, i. 328 



TENTH SERIES. 



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Bibliography : 

Mildew in books, its treatment, xii. 387, 436 
Miller (George and James), xii. 1, 42, 374 
Milton (John), i. 407 ; iii. 68, 133 ; vi. 

386, 445, 475 
Missirini (Meechiore), ' Life of Bartolozzi,' 

i. 289 

Moliere in verse, ii. 448, 516 ; iii. 55 
Montaigne, Webster, Marstou, and Donne, vi. 

22, 122, 242 

Moser (Joseph), his ' Vestiges,' iii. 128, 195 
Mottley (John), dramatist, i. 367 
Name origins, i. 329 
Nash (David William), ix. 372 
Nelson (Lord), in fiction, iii. 26, 77, 116, 

294 ; in poetry, iv. 186, 329 
Nonjuring, viii. 229, 277, 297, 414 
Noorthouck (John), xi. 301 
Norden (John), ' Speculum Britanniae,' iv. 

12, 75, 193 
Nottingham, ix. 205 

* Nugae Antiques,' xi. 161 
Numismatic, iv. 288, 375 

Omar Khayyam, ii. 322, 398 ; iv. 105, 249 ; 
x. 307, 391 ; xi. 54 

* Original Poetry by Victor and Cazire,' 

x. 224 

Ossian, vi. 287, 336 

4 Oxford English Dictionary,' i. 146, 193, 255 
Palaeontology, vi. 229, 291 
Pall-mall, the game, ix. 250, 310 
Parkins (Dr. John) of Little Gonerby, i. 15, 51 
Peacock (Thomas Love), viii. 2 ; ix. 221, 331 ; 

xi. 43, 224 
Pechey (John), his ' Compleat Herbal, viii. 

429 

Peck (William), i. 348, 434, 513 
Peignot (Gabriel), iv. 521 
Penn (William), ' Fruits of Solitude,' i. 190, 

275 

Pennecuik (Alexander), i. 513 
Penny wares, iii. 16 

4 Percy Folio ' in the " King's Library," v. 468 
Philately, ii. 38 
Phillipps (Sir Thomas), iii. 462 
4 Philobiblion,' 1861, ix. 9, 92, 173 
Place-names, their etymology, xi. 288, 398, 

454 

Platea (Franciscus de), iii. 108 
Plays of eighteenth century and earlier, iii. 48 

* Plumpton Correspondence,' errors in, i. 466 
Political squibs, c. 1816-26, viii. 485, 516 
Poll-books, vii. 349, 415 

Priests, marriage of, 1549 and 1556, x. 475 
Publishers' catalogues, ii. 50, 118, 357, 455, 

518 
Publishing and bookselling, i. 81, 142, 184, 

242, 304, 342 ; ii. 11 ; v. 361, 476 
Pulpit, viii. 469 
Punctuation in MSS. and books, iv. 144, 262 ; 

v. 502 ; viii. 222 
Raleigh (Sir W.), his ' Historic of the World,' 

iii. 127, 194, 274, 317 
Raynsford (Capt.-Lieut. John), ' The Yong 

Souldier,' i. 428, 477, 512 
Reeve (Clara), viii. 166, 294 
Restoration plays, xii. 429 
Richter (Jean Paul), x. 161, 254, 293 
Roads, ix. 249, 295 
Rockall, ii. 47 

Rosamond (Fair), xii. 209, 298, 452 
Rossetti (D. G.), ii. 464 ; viii. 351, 393, 454 



Bibliography : 

Runeberg, ii. 9, 93 

Rutland (John or Gaspar ? ) ' Loci Com- 
munes,' ii. 189 

Samplers, viii. 428, 497 

Sarpi (Father Paul), i. 408 ; iii. 44, 84, 144, 
232 

Scaliger (J. C.), ii. 325 

' Scots Peerage,' i. 404 

Scott (Alexander), his ' Rondel of Luve, iv. 
109 

Scott (Sir Walter), vi. 65, 114 

Sergeant (John), viii. 447 

Seventeenth-century MSS., ix. 201. See also 
Catalogues. 

Shadow shows, ix. 267 ; x. 257 

Shadwell (Thomas), his ' Bury Fair,' i. 221 

Shakespeare (W.), ' Venus and Adonis,' i. 
310 ; his books, 465 ; ii. 464 ; poems on, 
ii. 18 ; edited by Scott, vii. 428 ; Third 
Folio, ix. 241, 315 ; Second Folio, xi. 366 

Shaw (Dr. W. A.), ' Knights of England,' vi. 
1 72 

Sheffield plate, v. 27, 92, 214 

Shelley (Percy Bysshe), ii. 268 ; x. 224 

Sheridan (R. B.), his ' Critic,' iii. 345 

Shilleto's edition of Burton's ' Anatomy.' 
See Burton. 

Shorthouse (J. H.), ' John Inglesant,' i. 289, 
357 

Sicily, i. 128 

Siege literature, vi. 409 

' Sketches of the West Indies,' viii. 231 

Southey's ' Omniana,' 1812, ii. 305, 410, 
530 ; iii. 92 

Spenser (E.), his ' Epithalamion,' iii. 246, 
412, 474 

Stamp collecting, i. 322 

Stanley (Dean), his poem ' The Gipsies,' iv. 67 

' Steer to the Nor'-Nor'-West,' iv. 132 

Stephen (Sir Leslie), ' English Literature and 
Society in the Eighteenth Century,' i. 288, 
357 

Stepney (George), vii. 8 

Stevenson (R. L.j, v. 107 

Stowe's * Survey,' ii. 341 

Stukeley (Sir Lewis), his ' Petition,' iii. 428 

Swift (Dean), viii. 231, 277 

Tacitus, trans, by Greenwey and Savile, 
iii. 488 

Taylor (Jeremy), ' Holy Living,' i. 406 

Teedon (Samuel), his diary, i. 473 

Tennyson (Alfred), vii. 89, 159, 197 ; con- 
cordances, xi. 261, 353, 513 ; additions 
to Mr. Wise's ' Bibliography,' 322 

Tennyson (Frederick), vii. 89, 159, 197 

Terry's ' Voyage to East India,' 1655, iv. 347 

Thackeray (T. J. and W. M.), iii. 22, 73, 131, 
151, 196, 275 

Theses, xii. 27 

Thomas (Ralph), his ' Swimming,' ii. 382 

Thumb Bible, by John Taylor, ix. 366 

' Topographia Antiques Romae,' ii. 226 

' Town and Country Magazine,' iv. 241, 342, 
462, 522 

' Tracts for the Times,' ii. 347, 398, 452, 492 

Travelling in England, 1600-1700, v. 348, 414, 
433, 455, 492 

Travers (Henry), his' ' Miscellaneous Poems 
and Translations,' iii. 346, 416 

Tregortha (John), ii. 393 

'True Perfection of Cuttwoorkes,' ii. 149 



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Bibliography : 

Tusser (Thomas), * Husbandry,' 1848 ed., 

ix. 169 

Valentine (Roberto), ii. 27 
Vans (John), iv. 248 
Virgil, '^neid,' I. 462, vi. 5, 110, 191 
Vossius (Isaac), ii. 361 
Vulgate, its translations, vii. 126 
Walpole (Horace), iv. 158 
Warden (David Bailie), iii. 309 
Warner (R.), his ' Antiquitates Culinariae,' 

viii. 431 
Webster (J.) and Sir P. Sidney, ii. 221, 261, 

342, 381 
Wieland (C. M.), his ' Agathon,' viii. 368, 

457 

Wild (Jonathan), xi. 347, 435 
Wilde (Oscar), iv. 168, 233, 266 ; v. 12, 133, 
176, 238, 313, 355 ; vi. 296 ; vii. 13 ; xi. 
254 
Willis (Edmond), his ' Abreuiation of Writing 

by Character,' iii. 328, 375 
Winchilsea (Lady), her ' Progress of Life,' 

viii. 401 

Witchcraft, ii. 323 ; xi. 386, 491 
Wotton (Sir Henry), ii. 326, 371, 476 
Wyatt (Sir T.), " Lo I what it is," iv. 70, 109 
Yachting, iv. 108, 156 
Zornlin, iii. 402 

Bibliopegus, use of the word, viii. 405 
Biblos on German leather bindings, x. 369 
Bice in Dante's sonnet, iv. 207, 277 
Bickerton (Henry), Westminster scholar, 1739, 

x. 148 

Bickerton or de Bickerton family, xi. 189 
Bickford-Smith (R. A. H.) on authors wanted, ix. 

229 
Bidaxe, a farm tool, its derivation, viii. 251 ; 

ix. 94 
Biddenden Maids, their history and bequests, 

i. 324, 391 ; ii. 15 

Bidding prayer, at Oxford University, iii. 168, 
233 ; form of, vi. 448 ; vii. 32, 70, 92, 277 ; and 
King Edward VI., viii. 295 
Biddy, derivation of the word, i. 272, 431 
Bideford Freeman Roll, its discovery, ii. 325 
Bier-right, its history, xii. 87, 137 
Bigg (John), the Dinton hermit, ii. 526 ; iii. 285, 

336, 376, 435 

Biggs (H. V. ) on Biggs or Bygges family, ii. 346 
Biggs or Bygges family of Worcestershire, ii. 346 
Bijou, brazen, kitchen utensil, i. 369, 455 
Bilbocatch, the game, ix. 68 
Bilford, painter, c. 1611, ii. 508 
Bilker, use of the word in 1717, xi. 166 
Billesdon (G. C.) on comets, xii. 56 
Billiards, Herbert Spencer on, i. 48, 113 
Billieul (F.), engraver of calligraphy, x. 168 
Billingsgate, " Salutation " Tavern, its history, 

vii. 429, 510 ; viii. 52 
Billingsley (N.) and ' History of St. Athanasius,' 

ii. 167 
Billson (C. J.) on amulet found in Roman urn, 

ix. 332. Piper's Hole, ix. 378 
Bill Stumps, his mark, suggested Paris origin, 

vii. 489 ; viii. 95, 252 
Billycock hat, origin of the name, vi. 40 ; ix. 

27, 93 

Bilson (J.) on a French cloister in England, i. 207 
Bingley (Col. A. H.) on Bingleys of Notts, viii. 
68. Gregory : Allen : Hampden, viii. 249. 
Nonjurors : Rev. Benjamin Way, viii. 229 



Bingley family of Notts, viii. 68 
Bindings, German leather, x. 369 
Biographies, French anonymous, 1866, x. 128 
Birch (Dr.), letter from Walpole, Baron of Wolfer- 

ton, 1745, v. 133, 173 
Birch (H.) on Birch, Burch, or Byrch families, i. 

328 
Birch (J. B.) on Bentley Priory, Stanmore, xiu 

487. Dole cupboards, vii. 137. Hollicke or 

Holleck, Middlesex, iii. 436 ; iv. 36. Natural- 
ization, vi. 230. Roman Catholic priests 

buried in London, vi. 218. Stubbs : Reynolds, 

&c., v. 328. Tottenham and Stoke Newington 

parish registers, iii. 226 
Birch (W. de Gray), place-names in ' Cartularium 

Saxonicum,' vii. 185, 287, 466 ; viii. 204 
Birch, Burch, or Byrch families, i. 328, 417 
Birch on Whitsunday at Stoke-on-Trent, iv. 87 
Bircham (8.) on ' A Medley Finale to the Great 

Exhibition,' v. 64 
" Birch's " in Cornhill, its redecoration, vii. 366 ; 

viii. 216 
Birch-sap wine, its manufacture, i. 18, 98 ; vii. 

506 

Bird (Elizabeth)= John Caley, 1797, v. 388 
Bird (Francis), his statue of Queen Anne, viii, 271 
Bird (John), Suffragan Bishop of Pentruth, 1527- 

1539, i. 29, 97, 156, 275, 354 
Bird (Bishop John), his biography, iv. 200 
Bird : umber bird, meaning of the word, viii. 

230, 353 

Birdcage falling and ill-luck, vii. 105 
Bird -catching, charming-bells for, x. 48, 94 
Bird's claw in demonology, vi. 366, 518 
Birds, as architects, ix. 66 ; as weather prophets, 

210, 293 

Birds, regal, for lord of the manor, vi. 166 
Birds' eggs, their collecting, i. 327, 372, 453 ; 

in Spanish churches, vi. 206 
Birds of East Finmark, their native names, v. 6 
Birdwood (Sir G.) on " Hickry pikry," vi. 330 
Birkbeck (Dr. ), portraits of, ix. 488 
Birkbeck (M. ) on calendar rimes, ix. 50 
Birkbeck (R.) on "Master Pipe Maker," xi. 10. 

Miniature of Isaac Newton, i. 248, 414 
Birkenhead, last survivor of the crew, ix. 268 
Birkenhead, place-rime, xi. 145 
Birkenhead on lines attributed to Wordsworth, 

i. 448 
Birkett (James), James Burton, and St. Leonards, 

xii. 285 
Birmingham, introduction 

1716, ix. 13 
Birmingham and London 

carriages on, viii. 167, 234, 

ix. 72 
Birnbaum (S.) on Ariel, v. 415. Brougham 

Castle, iv. 229. Dobson (W. C. T.), R.A., v. 

369. Hastings (Warren) sale, vi. 268. Mar- 
garet of Austria, vi. 357. Smith (Catterton), 

v. 517 

Biron (Charles, Duke of), his birthplace, viii. 49 
Biron-Byron controversy, ii. 50 
Birrell (Augustine), his essay on Milton, viii. 22, 

376 
Birrell ( ), his engraving of Dorchester, xii. 

89, 136 
Birth, determination of sex before, ii. 235, 313 ; 

at sea in 1805, ii. 448, 512 ; iii. 13 
Birth announcements, new form, x. 266 
Birth of children and the B.V.M., viii. 36 
Birth with teeth, Japanese instance, x. 453 
Birthdates of English authors, vi. 228, 293 



of printing into, 

Railway, unroofed 
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Birth-marks, their cause, i. 362, 430, 493 ; ii. 516 ; 

iii. 173 

Births, miraculous, viii. 208 
Births, marriages, and deaths, their registration, 

ix. 89 ; xi. 348 ; xii. 96 
Bischof (E.) on authors of quotations wanted, xii. 

288. Hawk and the eagle, xii. 249. Joanna 

and the Westmorland hills, xii. 210 
Biscuit's throw, use of the term, xii. 326, 376 
Biset (Margaret), maid of Queen Eleanor, her 

death, i. 468 ; ii. 69 
Bisham Abbey cartulary, xi. 210 
Bishop, verbal use of the word, vii. 449, 496 
Bishop, boy, at Botherham, x. 506 
Bishop, first English, to marry, x. 366, 412, 474 ; 

xi. 51, 147 

Bishop family of Bray, Berks, vi. 66 
Bishop Island, off coast of Clare, its name, vi. 

29, 76 
Bishop Island, South Pacific, its locality, vii. 69, 

116 

Bishop of Man imprisoned, 1722, iii. 57 
Bishoprics, their traditional naming, viii. 407 
Bishops, punctuation of their signatures, iii. 487 ; 

iv. 55, 276 ; fourteen consecrated at one time, 

v. 347, 417, 494 ; lists of, x. 309, 377 ; and 

Parliamentary elections, 390 ; scarves worn by, 

xi. 130, 295, 494 
Bishops, English Roman Catholic, their arms, 

x. 128, 316, 458 ; xi. 176 
Bishops, French refugee, viii. 87, 149, 171 
Bishops, Nonjuring, their succession, vi. 307 
Bishops, Scandinavian, ii. 67, 153 
Bishops, " suffragan," at Parker's consecration, 

iv. 430 ; their arms, xi. 109, 193 ; xii. 98 
Bishops of St. Asaph, xi. 147, 435 
Bishopsgate, Aldermen of, x. 466 
Bisk, derivation of the word, i. 138 
Bismarck (Prince) on the Cretans, i. 406 
Bit, American coin-name, vi. 381 ; vii. 36 ; viii. 

63, 115 
Bitton Church, epitaph on Sir J. Seymour in, 

i. 87, 137, 232 

Black (A.) on Argyle Stone, vi. 369 
Black (W. G.) on Antwerp Cathedral, ii. 57. 

Armorial visiting cards, iii. 36. Barga, Italy, 

ii. 449. Blaikie's ' Lazarus Redivivus,' ix. 348. 

Bridge, its derivation, i. 394. British castles : 

Stokesay : Raglan, vi. 338. Danish surnames, 

iii. 390. ' Defixionum Tabellse " : Disraeli, 

xi. 186. English cardinals' hats, ii. 28. 

41 Gallants of Fowey," i. 505. " Go for "= 

attack, i. 225. Heidelberg matriculations, vi. 

354. Horse-pew= horse-block, iv. 334, 513. 

Indian magic, x. 428. " I sit with my feet in a 

brook," iii. 408. " Little Mary," i. 70. Mosky, 

i. 266. Prison farce, ix. 507. Richard of 

Scotland, ii. 408. " Sal et saliva," ii. 55. 

Scottish judges : their titles, iii. 362. Sheep 

in church, v. 126. 

Black and yellow, the Devil's colours, iv. 10, 97 
' Black Bull," sign in Holborn, v. 367 
Black Dog Alley, Westminster, ii. 5, 118, 174 
' Black Horse " Inns in London, vii. 369, 475 
Black images of the Madonna, iv. 305 
Black Notley Parish Register, 1671-1735, xii. 88 
Black Prince (Edward, the), his portrait, xii. 308 
Black ram, riding the, ii. 173 
Black Strap, a kind of drink, xii. 420 
Blackacre (Widow), her identification, v. 27 
Blackberries and the Devil, iv. 265, 358, 396 
Blackborough (William), his relationship with 

Milton, x. 488 ; xi. 13 



Blackburn (C. F.), his father's death, viii. 107 
Blackburn representatives in Parliament, v. 326 
Blackburne (Abp.), his biography, viii. 350, 415 ; 
ix. 36 ; grave in St. Margaret's, Westminster, 
xi. 508 ; xii. 54 
Blackett family, ii. 9 
Blackfriars, French ambassador's house, 1623, 

viii. 69 
Blackfriars Road, demolition of old houses near, 

xi. 106 

Blackguard and the ' N.E.D.,' v. 187 ; xi. 446 
' Blackheathen,' publication of Blackheath Pro- 
prietary School, xii. 89 

Blacklock (Thomas), his ' Poems,' ii. 228, 396 
Blackman (A. M. ) on Blackman= Fairway, x. 70 
Blackman (John)= Anne Fairway, c. 1740, x. 70 
Blacksmiths and dentistry, x. 216, 416, 474 
Blackstone on Goldsmith tablet, vii. 436 
Blackstone's Commentaries, first edition, xii. 385 
Blackwall, ministerial whitebait dinner at, i. 213 
Blackwell (Barnaby). See Backwell. 
Blackwell (T.), his ' Life and Writings of Homer,' 

xii. 68 

Blackwood v (A.) on ' Death and the Sinner,' vi. 388 
Bladder and blather, use of the words, vi. 406, 456 ; 

viii. 55 
Bladen (H. W.) on author of quotation wanted, 

vii. 169 

Bladud on " Angel " of an inn, x. 14. " Making 
buttons," x. 13. Man in the almanac, x. 56. 
Otway and Kipling, ix. 426 
Bladum, use of the word, 1297, viii. 5, 114 
Blagrave (Joseph), 1689, and electric telegraph , 

ii. 136 

Blaikley (R.) on step-brother, i. 329 
Blair (Robert), his ' North-Country Parish Re- 
gisters,' xii. 48 

Blairs College portrait of Queen of Scots, ii. 516 
Blake (Benjamin), his biography, ii. 447 ; iii. 15 
Blake (Rev. John), Sterne s letters to, v. 247 
Blake (Sergeant Valentine H. ), d. at Christchurch, 

N.Z., x. 287 

Blake (William), c. 1650, and S. T. Coleridge, ix. 63 
Blake (William), pictures wrongly attributed to, 
v. 86 ; and S. T. Coleridge, 89, 135 ; life, by 
C. Tatham, 108 ; his residence in Great Queen 
Street, vi. 147, 253 ; parallel in Buchanan, 226 ; 
early private reprint of his ' Songs,' vi. 421, 473, 
511 ; vii. 56 ; at Felpham, viii. 231, 277 ; 
his residence in Lambeth, x. 258 ; and ' Gym- 
nastics,' xi. 287 

Blakeney (E. H.) on Tennyson on Britain, i. 166 
Blaker (R.) on ancient Britons, i. 169 
Blakesley, Northants, lost register restored, viii. 45 
Blakie (N.), author of ' Lazarus Redivivus,' ix. 348 
Blakiston (H. E. D.) on name-puzzle in Spenser, 

ix. 114 

Bland (Esdras), Rector of Buckland, Herts, ii. 227 
Bland (John), the Edinburgh actor-manager, iv. 

204, 314 

Bland and Glover families, vii. 89, 131, 191, 354 
Blanchard (M.), balloon from Dover to Calais, 

viii. 311 

Blanched, use of the word in 1549, iii. 348 
Blancherd or Blancher, Alderman of Hull c. 1640, 

xi. 69 

" Blancs chaperons " at Ghent, iii. 390 
Blandford (G. F.) on church spoons, v. 13 
Blandford (John, Marquis of), his death, ii. 494 
Blandina, martyr-saint, her biography, v. 409, 

450, 517 

Blarney Castle, Capt. James Jefferyes of, iv. 404, 
496 ; his widow's heroism, v. 211 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Blashill (Thomas), his death, iii. 120 

Blather and bladder, use of the words, vi. 406, 
456 ; viii. 55 

Blazers, origin of the word, xi. 287, 333 

Bleackley (Horace) on 'Abbey of Kilkhampton, ' 
xii. 323. Arrowsmith, Devonshire artist, xii. 
309. Bank-note sandwich, xi. 447. Bath, 
King of, v. 28, 75, 132. Bathurst and high- 
wayman, iv. 415, 495. Bew (J.), bookseller, xi. 
416. British Army in 1763, xii. 449. Bullock 
(Thomas), sportsman, xi. 507. Byron (Robert 
Stratford), viii. 469. Casanova in England, 
viii. 443 ; ix. 116 ; xi. 437. Cheshire the 
Hangman, x. 167. Child (Miss), her elopement, 
x. 293. Coventry (Lady), her Minuet, v. 307 ; 
mobbed, ix. 47, 78. Creevey (T.) and the 
Duke of Wellington, xii. 146. Crozier, Man- 
chester artist, xii. 308. "Daisy (Dainty)," 
xii. 147. Dally the Tall, v. 244. Davies 
(Black), xi. 507. Day (Nancy), Lady Fen- 

-- houlet, x. 406 ; xi. 393. Delaval (Sir Francis 
Blake), xii. 349. Derry's (Bob), ix. 49. Devon- 
shire Regiment, xii. 490. ' Diabp-lady ' : a 
key, ix. 247. ' Diaboliad,' by William Combe, 
ix. 227 ; xi. 458 ; xii. 14. ' Dictionary of 
National Biography : Epitome,' ix. 153. 
' Dimes and Dollars,' xii. 291. Dissenting 
preachers in the Old Jewry, viii. 347. Douglas 
cause, new light on, iv. 85 ; viii. 3 ; xii. 518. 
Droz (Jacques) and his ' Spectacle M^canique,' 
vi. 388. Duel, last, with swords in England, 
xii. 227. Duels between women, xii. 8. Edge- 
worth (Richard Lovell), xii. 132. Eighteenth 
century, poor, x. 361. Fenning (Eliza), her 
execution, xii. 138. Ferrers (Earl), xi. 434. 
Fisher (Kitty), her death, xi. 245. Foote (S.), 
his comedies, viii. 141. Gaol literature, xi. 511. 
George III. and Lady Sarah Lennox, viii. 387. 
Goadby (M.), publisher, xi. 470. Gunning 
(Elizabeth), iv. 384. Gunnings of Castle 
Coote, v. 323, 457. Hair-powdering closets, v. 
177. Hangman, common, viii. 244, 376. 
Hangmen who have been hanged, xi. 468. 

* Harris's List of Covent Garden Ladies,' ix. 370. 

* History of King's Place,' ix. 169. Hpppner 
and Sir T. Frankland's daughters, xii. 232. 
Johnson anecdote, x. 427. Johnson's uncle 
hanged, xi. 429 ; xii. 55. Jones (Polly), vii. 
344 ; ix. 97. Kennedy (Polly), vii. 344 ; 
ix. 97 ; xii. 117, 373. Kent (Duke of), his 
children, ix. 275. ' Kitty Fisher's Jig,' ix. 50, 
236. Ladies' cricket matches, xi. 386. La 
Roche (Miss), Lady Echlin, xi. 501 ; xii. 113. 
Lauder (Mr.), Scottish vocalist, x. 288. Letters 
of Junius, ix. 386. Lightfoot (Hannah) : a 
portrait, vii. 350. Lightfoot (Hannah), mystery 
of, viii. 321, 402, 483 ; ix. 24, 122, 264 ; xi. 
472 ; xii. 94. London Library, ix. 4. Mac- 
Carthy (Capt.), xii. 74. Mahon (Mrs.), the 
" Bird of Paradise," ix. 170. Marie Antoinette's 
death mask, xi. 327. Mechanical road carriages, 
xi. 374. ' Memoirs of a Young Lady of Quality,' 
ix. 75. ' Modern Ship of Fools,' xi. 429. Moore 
(Zachary), xi. 429. Moran (C.), publisher, 
xi. 490. Morangi&3 (Comte de), xi. 411. 
Muckibus, v. 187. Murray (Fanny), her death, 
xi. 466. Nanny Natty Cote : Lucy Locket, 
xi. 397. Newgate, its Ordinaries, vii. 408 ; 
viii. 278 ; ix. 35 ; its Keepers, vii. 465. News- 
papers c. 1817-27, viii. 257. O'Brien (Nelly), 
her death, xii. 406. Panton family, vi. 212. 
Parkins (Joseph Wilfred), iii. 213. Parsons 
(Nancy), Lady Maynard, x. 447. ' Private 



History of the Court of England,' iii. 321. 
Perreau (R.), his trial, iv. 186. Perreau 
brothers and Mrs. Rudd, viii. 361 ; ix. 114. 
Piccini's ' La Schiava,' ix. 90. Pigott (Charles), 
his ' Jockey Club,' xii. 90. Portsmouth Road 
in 1756, xii. 509. Potter (John) and Miss 
Roach, xii. 470. Powell (Harriet), xii. 241. 
Quentin (Mrs.), viii. 277. Ritso (Catherine 
Augusta), ix. 374. Ryland (W. Wynne), xii. 
383. Sadler's Wells play alluded to by Words- 
worth, iii. 352. " Sham Abraham," ix. 417. 
Selwyn (G. ), alleged fondness for executions, 
xii. 107. Simms (T.), the hangman, ix. 270. 
' Sobriquets and Nicknames,' vii. 366, 431 ; 
viii. 114; x. 174; xii. 515. Tete-a-Tete 
Portraits, v. 54 ; vii. 505 ; ix. 494. Thompson 
(Capt. Edward), his poems, xii. 46. 'Town,' 
ix. 237. 'Town and Country Magazine,' iv. 
241, 342, 462, 522; xii. 435. Townshend 
(Ethelreda, Viscountess), xi. 498. Tracy (Hand- 
some), ix. 188 ; xi. 197. Truman (T.), book- 
seller, xi. 347. Tuesday Night's Club : Mrs. 
Cornelys, xi. 415. Tyburn, ix. 294. Vanneck 
(Mrs. and Miss), xii. 251, 417. Vergy (Treyssac 
de), xi. 370. Verify your references, v. 447. 
Villa Real (Elizabeth Sarah), ix. 397. Wade 
(Capt. William), v. 327. Wild (Jonathan), 
bibliography, xi. 435. Wilkes's ' Essay on 
Woman,' ix. 442 ; xi. 493. Woman burnt for 
poisoning her husband, xii. 35. York (Edward, 
Duke of) and Miss Flood, xii. 8. 

Bleasby and Sotby Manors, Lines, xii. 29 

Blease (W. T.) on quotations wanted, v. 489 

Bletchingly Place before 1680, x, 9 

Bligh (Richard), 1780-1838, his biography, xi. 
149, 214 

Blin family, i. 428, 517 

Blincoe (Robert), his memoirs, ix. 231 

Blin-Stoyle (B. W.) on Blin, i. 428. Blysse of 
Daventry, ii. 323. Edmunds, ii. 307. Parish 
documents, ii. 476. Stoyle, i. 349 

Blind, French dictionary for the, v. 247 ; early 
asylums for, x. 187, 232 ; xi. 348, 435 ; xii. 68 

Blind, Indigent School for, its early records, vii. 
427 ; viii. 37, 150, 235, 428 

Blind Freemason, Francis Linley, ii. 269 

Blind man at Oxford, c. 1860, iii. 348 

Blind men and smoking, ix. 309, 335, 354, 376 

Blinds, pictorial, vii. 429, 493 

Blinko ( J. ) on authors of quotations wanted, vi. 48 

Bliss (Dr. P.), remarkable cancels in his edition 
of Wood's ' Ath. Oxon.,' iii. 62 ; and A Poetical 
Revenge,' vii. 369 

Bliss (R.) on authors of quotations, ix. 370 

Bloc : Block= political amalgamation, viii. 87 

Block and tackle, known to the Greeks, viii. 510 ; 
ix. 312, 434 

Blood, used in building, ii. 389, 455 ; iii. 34, 76, 
114, 173, 372 ; used as paint, iv. 327, 416 ; 
Father Paul Sarpi on its circulation, v. 407 

Blood-funkers as a term of abuse, iii. 29 

Blooding a witch, ix. 328, 397 ; x. 215 

Blpodworth (Sir T.), Lord Mayor 1665-6, his 
interment, vii. 409, 454 ; viii, 13, 158 

Bloody Thursday, origin of the name, v. 247 

Bloody warriors, Devonshire name for wall- 
flowers, iii. 486 

Bloom, use of the term in iron manufacture, 
viii. 26 

Bloomfield (Robert), memorial tablet and portraits, 
iii. 47 

Bloomsbury, famous houses in, v. 508 

Bloomsbury and Holborn manors, iii. 269 



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Blore (Thomas), his Staffordshire collections, iv. 

207 ; at Middleton Races, 1781, ix. 5 
Blount (B.) on Newton and the cat, x. 188 
Blount (Christopher )= Elizabeth Fanshawe, iv. 

489 

Blount (G.) on Blount family, ix. 270 
Blount family, ix. 48, 270 
Blow (Rev. E. P.), his ancestry, xii. 186, 234 
Blue Coat School costume, xi. 47, 96 
Blue eggs used in May Day celebrations, i. 126, 173 
' Blue Idle " Meeting-House, its name, xii. 510 
Blue Man on Edward Kent, vi. 409 
Blueback = Greenback, use of the word, ix. 326 
Blue-water, adjectival use of the word, vii. 109, 

133, 195 

Blundell (E.) on dew-ponds, xi. 428 
Blundell (Sir P.), c. 1818, his biography, xii. 490 
Blunden family, v. 468 
Blunt (R.) on " Four Corners," vi. 69 
Blysse family of Daventry, Northants, ii. 323 
Blyth (R.), Jun., on Bombay Grab, iv. 177 
Boar and bull, parish, in sixteenth century, vii. 126 
Boarding-houses, Westminster School, ii. 127, 275, 

333 

Boars and bears in Britain, ii. 248, 489 
Boar's head, at St. Cuthbert College, Worksop, 

iv. 506 ; at Christmas festivities, v. 35 
Boase (F.) on book signatures, v. 487. Books by 

the ton, ix. 286. " Coal Hole," v. 394. 

Cole (Jacob), xii. 418. Darling (Grace), her 

medals, ix. 285. D.N.B. Epitome,' ix. 211. 

Dowty (Aiglen), ix. 274. Everitt (Graham), 

ix. 367. London statues and memorials, ix. 284. 
' Oh, tell me whence Love cometh," ix. 515. 

Ouida, the novelist, ix. 307. Ouija, ix. 307. 

Place-names, index of, ix. 235. Sands (Richard) 

equestrian, ix. 13. " Ship " Tavern, Greenwich, 

ix. 207. 
Boast, etymology of the word, i. 18 ; iii. 485 ; 

iv. 37 

Bobbery, origin of the word, xi. 187, 234 
Bobby Dazzler, meaning of the term, iv. 208, 318 
Bocca mortis, meaning of the term, x. 108 
Boccaccio's ' Decameron ' and the Roman See, ii. 

328, 396 
Boddington (R. S.) on Bream's Buildings, v. 133. 

Hibbert and Simon families, vi. 307. Kendall 

(Francis), vii. 490. Knightley family, v. 313. 

Maitland family, v. 190. Steer family, iv. 428. 

Wall : Martin, iii. 232. Wall family, v. 489. 

Wall of Dymock, iv. 8. Whitcombe family, 

iv. 208 

Boddington family, iv. 89, 216 ; vii. 10 
Bodemerie, Dutch wo rd= bottomry, vii. 386 
Bodenham and Ben Jonson, x. 206 
Bodleian Library, brasses at, vii. 42, 92 ; Advent 

sermons by Spiera in, 370 

Bodley, Devon provincialism, its meaning, vi. 33 
Bodmin, its black box and the Mayor, 1680, v. 

408 

Body, mediaeval, found at Stamford, xii. 426 
Bcejan or bcejang, Chinese export, c. 1781, xii. 467 
Boer War of 1881, books on the, i. 226, 277, 395 ; 

poem by D. G. Rossetti on, viii. 68 . 
Boer War of 1899-1902, British losses in, i. 325 
Boethius and " Sorrow's crown of sorrows," ix. 68 
Boffin : Baughan, derivation of the name, xi. 509 ; 

xii 112 292 

Bog butter, Irish, v. 308, 353, 416, 496 
Bohemia, Elizabeth, Queen of, xii. 189, 292, 395, 

512 
Bohemian language, best books in English on, v. 

168, 217, 297, 315 



Bohemian Student on Bohemian language, v. 297 

Bohemian teacher, a great (Prof. V. E. Mourek) 
vi. 205 

Bohemian tongue-twisters, ix. 446 

Bohemian villages, ii. 86, 173 

Boigne (Comtesse de), her ' Memoirs,' viii. 101, 
173 

Bok (W. J.) on burial-places of notable English 
women, xii. 207 

Boleyn (Anne), her execution and burial, xi. 88, 
237 

Boleyn family and Cranmer, iv. 201 

Bolingbroke (Lord), and Bishop Warburton, ii. 7 
' Memoirs ' of, 1752, vi. 449 

Bolland (W. C.) on guineas, v. 105. Morte, its 
meaning, xii. 478. St. Anthony of Vienne, xi. 
153, 332 

Bolles (George), his family, iv. 264 

Bolles (Lady) and the Wakefield apparition, 
vi. 235 

Boiling, definition of the word, ii. 506 

Bolton (C. K.) on Rev. Edward Fitzgerald, viii. 
428 

Bolton (W.) on Gedney Church, x. 310 

Bolton Priory, its title, v. 266 ; vi. 259 

Bombay, domestic life of Europeans in, viii. 508 ; 
ix. 116 

Bombay grab, a coasting vessel, iv. 107, 177 

Bombay Regiment, 1662-5, its history, x. 1 

Bona fides, its pronunciation, iv. 86 

Bonam Villam super Tokam, 1202 =Bonneville on 
the Touques, i. 512 

Bonaparte (Gordon), alleged natural son of 
Napoleon I., i. 107, 197 

Bonaparte (Joseph), and Casino House, Herne 
Hill, vi. 334, 353 ; his carriage after the battle 
of Vittoria, vii. 170, 236, 313, 357, 393, 434 ; 
viii. 135, 217, 373 ; in England, x. 109 

Bonaparte (Louis Napoleon), his English writings, 
viii. 30 

Bonaparte (Napoleon), alleged natural son, i. 107, 
197 ; his power of awaking, 446 ; on imagina- 
tion, 488 ; on England's precedence, ii. 226 ; 
his horse Marengo, 400 ; books on his Moscow 
campaign, iii. 167, 212 ; his services offered to 
England, 408, 452 ; on Byron, iv. 147 ; gold 
bees on his coronation robe, v. 9, 76, 115 ; 
witness of his funeral, 166 ; and the Grand 
Duchess Catherine of Russia, 428 ; Masquerier's 
portrait of, vi. 84 ; medal engraved by Han- 
cock, 232 ; on the Undaunted, 287, 376 ; and 
the Sans Souci treasures, 341 ; and Capt. 
Ross on the voyage to St. Helena, 347 ; his 
carriage after Waterloo, vii. 170, 236, 313, 357, 
393, 434 ; viii. 135, 217, 373 ; x. 275 ; chessmen 
given to W. Warden by, vii. 349 ; and General 
Bourke, ix. 8, 52 ; on the Bellerophon, Torbay, 
321, 382 ; on the Northumberland, x. 3, 64, 
162 ; ode to, 190, 258 ; his coronation laurel- 
leaf wreath, xii. 289 

Bonaparte family at Morfontaine, viii. 169 

Bonapartes, their genealogy, ii. 525 

Bonar (Horatius) on Rev. John Bonar, xii. 188 

Bonar (Rev. John), Episcopalian minister 1741- 
1776, xii. 188 

Bonassus, wonderful animal, its description, ix. 
365, 451 ; x. 90, 138, 318, 392 ; xi. 356 ; xii. 
175, 353 

Bond (F. T.) on vaccination and inoculation, 11. 

456 

" Bone Deus " in epitaphs, vii. 29 
Bonefons (Jean), his ' Pancharis,' 1587, v. 517 

poem attributed to, xi. 26 

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Bonfires or bonefires, x. 251, 315, 353, 391, 456 
Boninge (Helen), of Ledsum, c. 1662, iv. 10, 115 
Boninus (Gaspar), painter, his biography, vi. 9 
Bonneville-sur-Touques, King John at, ii. 134 
"Bonnie Cravat," the sign, x. 365, 458 
Bononcini and Handel, epigram on, ii. 7 ; xi. 

426 
Bonville (Lord) of Chewton, his genealogy, vi. 143 

195 

Book, a nameless, iv. 123, 176, 293, 376 
Book auctions, earliest, v. 43 ; ix. 127 
Book auctioneers, Hodgson's, 1807-1907, viii. 

246, 266, 285 

Book for Many Wives, c. 1646, viii. 10 
Book inscriptions, doggerel, vi. 128 
Book margins, ix. 285 ; x. 72 

Book of Common Prayer : " Ashes to ashes " in 
the Burial Service, i. 387, 429 ; with Shake- 
speare's autograph, ii. 248, 332 ; origin of 
Marriage Service in, iii. 7, 74 ; variations in 
American issue, 208 ; " Veni, Creator," in 
1662, iv. 89, 137 ; errors in Latin version, 93 ; 
Magnificat, vi. 348, 411 ; " Quires," ix. 88 
1 Book of Loughscur ' and Reynolds family, vii. 

429 
' Book of Martyrs of Ephrata,' three copies sold, 

ix. 326 

Book signatures, v. 487 ; vi. 134 
Bookbinding, " Lisbons '" in, iii. 309 
Book-borrowing : " Bead and returned," ii. 348 
Book-collectors : E. Kroencke and F. O. Beggi, 

i. 148, 198 

Book-keeping, Goethe on, iii. 328, 414 
Book-plate, re J. Tynte, Esq., 1704, i. 449 ; ii. 19 
Book-plate motto : " Torcular conculcavi solus," 

iv. 109 

Book-plate verses, ix. 167 

Book-plates, foreign, ii. 287 ; badges on, x. 289 
Book-prices, 1850 and 1900, compared, viii. 286 
' Book -Prices Current,' Index, viii. 366 
Book-stealing, lines on, vi. 305, 353 ; vii. 212, 

276 ; viii. 475 

Book-titles, curious, viii. 251 
Book-trade, British provincial, 1641-67, x. 141 
Book -trade terms, early, v. 69 
Books, statue in a circle of, iii. 8 ; punctuation 
in, viii. 222 ; genealogical notes in, 381 ; 
blank leaves in, 405 ; chained in prisons, ix. 
187 ; in iron covers, 189 ; sold by the ton, ix. 
286 ; x. 35 ; " with allowance " in, ix. 387, 478 ; 
emendations in English, xi. 401 ; xii. 35 ; pro- 
duced in prison, xi. 428 ; cure for mildew in, 
xii. 387, 436 
Books, first, of authors, iii. 247, 297 

Books recently published : 

Abbaye of the Holy Ghost, viii. 160 
Aberdeenshire Epitaphs and Inscriptions, 

viii. 139 
Abstracts of Wills in the Prerogative Court of 

Chancery : Register Soame, 1620, ed. by 

J. H. Lea, iii. 257 
Acts of the Privy Council, 1597-8, ii. 199 ; 

1597-8, 1598-9, iv. 360 
Adams's (G. B.) History of England, 1066- 

1216, iv. 438 

Adlington's (W.) Cupid and Psyche, iv. 518 
JEschylus : Seven Plays in English Verse, 

by L. Campbell, vi. 499 ; Seven against 

Thebes, ed. Tucker, x. 119 
Airy's (O.) Charles II., i. 438 
A Kempis's (T.) Imitation of Christ, trans, by 

Canon Benham, iv. 518 



Books recently published: 

Alcuin, his Life and Work, by C. J. B. 

Gaskoin, ii. 240 

Aldis's (J.) Madame Geoffrin, iv. 479 
Alfred (King), Asser's Life of, ed. Stevenson, 

ii. 278 

All about Shipping, iv. 499 
Almack's (E.) Book-plates, i. 379 ; History 

of 2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys), 

xi. 478 
Amory's (T.) Life and Opinions of John 

Buncle, Esquire, ii. 438 
Anacreon, ed. A. H. Bullen, vi. 478 
Ancient Carols, iv. 519 
Anderton's (I. M.) Tuscan Folk-lore and 

Sketches, v. 179 
Anonymous Plays, ed. by J. S. Farmer, v. 

299 

Anti-Jacobin, Poems from the, ii. 120 
Antiquary, Vol. XLL, v. 358 
Arabian Nights' Entertainment, ed. by S. 

Lane-Poole, vi. 519 
Archseologia ^Eliana, Third Series: Vol. II., 

viii. 38 ; Vol. III., ix. 98 ; Vol. IV., xi. 458 
Arnold's (M.) On translating Homer Selected 

Poems, ed. Waugh, iv. 337 ; Poems, 518 ; 

Poems, Introduction by A. T. Quiller- 

Couch, vi. 499 
Ascham's (R.) English Works, ed. by W. A. 

Wright, iii. 57 
Ashton's (A.) More Truth, Wit, and Wisdom, 

x. 439 

Ashton's (A. J.) Intermediate English Gram- 
mar, x. 279 
Association for the Preservation of the 

Memorials of the Dead, Ireland : Journals, 

Vol. VI., viii. 118 ; Vol. VII. Part I., 

x. 360 ; Vol. VII. Part II., xii. 419 
Atchley's (C.) Parish Clerk and his Right to 

read the Liturgical Epistle, i. 340 
Atchley's (E. G. C. F.) The People's Prayers, 

v. 520 
Aucassin and Nicolete, done into English by 

A. Lang, ii. 420 ; iii. 357 
Augustini Dacti Libellus, iii. 319 
Austen (Jane) and her Tunes, by Mitton, iv. 

378 
Bacon's (F.) Philosophical Works, iv. 100 ; 

Essays, vi. 340 
Baddeley's (W. St. C.) A Cotteswold Manor, 

ix. 180 ; Cotteswold Shrine, xii. 299 
Bain's (F. W.) A Heifer of the Dawn, i. 498 ; 

The Great God's Hair, ii. 478 ; A Draught 

of the Blue, v. 80 ; An Essence of the Dusk, 

vi. 419 

Baker's (A.) History in Fiction, viii. 238 
Bale's (J.) Dramatic Writings, ed. by Farmer, 

x. 339 
Baptist Historical Society, Transactions, 

Vol. L, No. 2, xi. 499 

Barbeau's (A.) Life and Letters at Bath, ii. 458 
Baring's (M.) With Russians in Manchuria, 

iv. 18 
Barnes's (B.) The Devil's Charter, ed. by R. B. 

McKerrow, iii. 138 

Barnes's (W.) Poems, ed. by T. Hardy, xi. 99 
Barnstaple Parish Registers, 1538-1812, ii. 

258 
Barrett's (C. R. B.) History of the Society of 

Apothecaries, iv. 139 
Barrett's (E. S.) The Heroine, xii. 59 
Bausteine, ed. by L. Kellner, v. 240 ; vi. 299 



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Books recently published: 

Bax's (I.) Cathedral Church of St. Asaph, ii. 

498 
Bayley's (H.) The Shakespeare Symphony, 

vi. 179 
Beaconsfield's (Earl of) The Young Duke, iv. 

498 ; Vivian Grey, 639 

Beaumont and Fletcher, ed. Glover, Vol. I., 

iv. 418 ; Vols. II. and III., vi. 199 ; 

Variorum Edition, Vol. I., i. 478 ; Vol. II., 

vi. 199 

Beaven's (A. B.) Aldermen of the City of 

London, x. 339 

Beck's (E. J.) St. Mary, Rotherhithe, viii. 118 
Beedham's (L. E.) Ruined and Deserted 

Churches, xii. 59 

Behn's (Mrs. A.) Novels, ed. Baker, iv. 198 
Begley's (Rev. W.) Bacon's Nova Resusci- 

tatio, v. 277 
Bell's (Mrs. A.) Lives and Legends of the 

English Bishops and Kings, i. 159 
Bell's (G. K. A.) Poems of Love, v. 138 
Bell's Cathedral Series, viii. 299 
Bell's Miniature Series of Great Writers, iii. 

259 

Benham's (W. G.) Cassell's Book of Quota- 
tions, vii. 159 

Benjamin of Tudela, his Itinerary, viii. 458 
Bennett's (F. J.) Ightham, viii. 238 
Beowulf, translated by W. Huyshe, viii. 58 
Berks, Bucks, and Oxon Archaeological 

Journal, v. 340 ; vi. 519 
Bernard's (J. H.) Cathedral Church of St. 

Patrick, i. 100 
Bernards of Abington and Nether Winchen- 

don, by Mrs. N. Higgins, Vols. III. and IV., 

iii. 459 
Bernan's (C. A.) International Genealogical 

Directory, x. 380 
Besant's (Sir W.) London hi the Time of the 

Stuarts, i. 18 ; London in the Tune of the 

Tudors, ii. 298 ; Mediaeval London, Vol. I., 

v. 339 ; Vol. II., Ecclesiastical, vii. 97 ; 

Early London, ix. 479 
Betson's (T.) A Ryght Profitable Treatyse, 

iv. 139 
Bewley's (Sir E. T.) History of the Family 

of Poe or Poe, vi. 418 
Beza's (T.) ATragedie of Abrahams Sacrifice, 

trans, by A. Golding, ed. by M. W. Wallace, 

vii. 477 
Bible, Basque, i. 319 ; Old Testament in 

Greek, Part I. Genesis, ed. Brooke and 

McLean, v. 519 ; Authorised Version, ed. 

by W. Aldis Wright, xi. 358 
Biblical Version, Fourteenth Century, by 

Paues, iv. 58 
Biese's (A.) Development of the Feeling for 

Nature, v. 38 
Billings's (R. W.) Baronial Antiquities of 

Scotland, ed. by A. W. Wiston-Glynn, ix. 

420 ; Birmingham and Midland Institute : 

Birmingham Archaeological Society Trans- 
actions, ii. 399 ; vii. 159 
Blake's (W.) Jerusalem, ed. Maclagan and 

Russell, ii. 278 ; Lyrical Poems, ed. by 

J. Sampson, v. 38 ; Poetical Works, ed. 

Ellis, 2 vols., vi. 398 
Bleackley's (Horace) Some Distinguished 

Victims of the Scaffold, iii. 339 ; Story of 

a Beautiful Duchess, ix. 59 ; Ladies Fair 

and Frail, xi. 398 



Books recently published: 

Boase's (F.) Modern English Biography. 

Vol. IV., xii. 378 

Boccaccio (Giovanni), by E. Hutton, xii. 458 
Boccaccio's (G.) Decameron, trans, by J. M. 

Rigg, iii. 298 
Bombaugh's (C. C.) Facts and Fancies for the 

Curious, v. 98 
Book-Auction Records, ed. by F. Karslake, 

iv. 140 ; v. 139 ; vi. 220 
Book-Prices Current, Vol. XVIII., ii. 359 ; 

Vol. XIX., iv. 398 ; Vol. XX., vi. 399 ; 

quarterly parts, vii. 379 ; Vol. XXL, viii. 

339 

Sorrow's (G.) Bible in Spain, v. 478 
Bowes (R.) and Gray's (G. J.) John Siberch, 

the first Cambridge Printer, v. 500 
Bradney's (J. A.) History of Monmouthshire, 

Part L, iv. 18 ; Part II., vi. 457 
Bradley's (J. W.) Illuminated Manuscripts, 

iii. 319 

Brierley's (H.) Martindale Registers, ix. 498 
British Journal of Psychology, i. 118 
Britten's (F. J.) Old Clocks and Watches, ii. 60 
Broadley (A. M.) and Wheeler's (H. F. B.) 

Napoleon and the Invasion of England, 

viii. 519 
Brodrick's (G. C.) History of England, 1801- 

1837, revised by J. K. Fotheringham, v. 

619 
Brooke's (A. St. C.) Slingsby and Slingsby 

Castle, ii. 178 

Brooke's (H.) Fool of Quality, v. 458 
Broughton's (Lord) Recollections of a Long 

Life, xii. 99 

Brown's (J. D.) The Small Library, viii. 318 
Brown's (P. Hume) Scotland in Time of 

Mary, iv. 98 
Browne's (H.) Handbook of Homeric Study, 

. iv. 336 

Browne's (Sir T.) Christian Morals, ii. 399 
Browning's (E. B.) Poetical Works, iii. 79 
Browning's (O.) Napoleon : the First Phase, 

iv. 198 

Browning, selected by A. Birrell, ix. 420 
Browning Calendar and Birthday Book, 

iii. 178 
Browning Treasure Book, selected by A. M. 

Warburton, vi. 98 
Browning's (R.) Men and Women, ed. by 

B. Worsfold, iii. 79 ; Poems, iv. 539 ; 

Pippa Passes, v. 318 
Bruckner's (A.) Literary History of Russia, 

ed. by Ellis H. Minns, tr. H. Havelock, 

xi. 259 

Brushfield's (Dr.) Raleghana, ix. 160 
Buckland's (C. E.) Dictionary of Indian 

Biography, v. 59 

Buckle's (H. T.) History of Civilization, ii. 319 
Buller's (S.) Hudibras, ed. by A. R. Waller, 

iii. 159 
Bumpus's (T. F.) Cathedrals of England and 

Wales, vi. 239 
Bunyan's (J.) Life and Death of Mr. Badman, 

and the Holy War, ed. by J. Brown, 

iv. 520 
Burghley's (Lord) Map of Lancashire in 

1590, viii. 180 

Burke' s Landed Gentry, vi. 178 
Burke's (Sir B.) Peerage and Baronetage, 

1904, i. 39 ; 1905, ii. 540 ; 1906, v. 17 ; 

1907, vi. 519 ; 1908, ix. 99 ; 1909, xi. 219 

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Books recently published: 

Burlington Magazine, i. 118, 219, 320, 399, 

520 ; ii. 40, 139, 220, 320, 479 ; iii. 19, 

119, 199, 299, 459 ; iv. 39, 118, 299, 399, 

479 ; v. 119, 379, 459 ; vi. 17, 120, 200, 

279, 379, 458; .vii. 120, 278, 380, 460; 

viii. 120, 199, 300, 380, 480 ; ix. 120, 198, 

300, 380, 458 ; x. 40, 120, 200, 378, 480 ; 

xi. 39,119, 199, 298, 380, 479; xii. 59, 140, 

220, 300, 400, 499 

Burnet (Bp. G.), Life by Clarke and Fox- 
croft, x. 419 

Burney's (F.) Cecilia, ed. Ellis, ii. 299 
Burns (B.), Life, by T. F. Henderson, ii. 20 ; 

Poetical Works, ed. by Robertson, 139 
Burton's (J. Hill) The Bookhunter, x. 179 
Burton's (B.) Anatomy of Melancholy, iii. 100 
Burton's (Sir B.) Pilgrimage to Al Madinah 

and Meccah, Introduction by S. Lane- 

Poole, vi. 500 
Bury's (Lady C.) Diary of a Lady-in-Waiting, 

x. 259 
Butler (S.), Notebooks, Characters, and 

Passages, ed. by A. B. Waller, xi. 58 
Butler's (S.) Essays on Art, Life, and Science, 

ii. 219 
Byron : Works, ed. by E. H. Coleridge, i. 239 ; 

Die Aufnahme Lord Byrons in Deutsch- 

land, by Ochsenbein, iii. 378 
Caine's (Hall) My Story, x. 399 
Calderon, Six Dramas, trans, by FitzGerald, 

i. 520 
Caldicott's (J. W.) Values of Old English 

Silver and Sheffield Plate, vi. 119 
Calendar of Inquisitions post Mortem : 

Vol. I. Henry III., ii. 479 
Calendar of Letter-Books preserved at the 

Guildhall : Letter-Book F, ed. by B. B. 

Sharpe, iii. 218 ; Letter-Book G, edited by 

B. B. Sharpe, iv. 279 
Calverley's (C. S.) Verses, Translations, and 

Fly-leaves, ii. 38 
Cambridge, Early English Printed Books in 

the University Library (1475-1640), i. 138 
Cambridge County Geographies : Kent, Essex, 

Surrey, Sussex, and Suffolk, xii. 59 
Cambridge Gild Becords, by M. Bateson, 

i. 298 
Cambridge History of English Literature, 

Vol. I., viii. 439 ; Vol. II., x. 199 ; Vol. III., 

xi. 419 
Cambridge Modern History, Vol. VII., ii. 77 ; 

Vol. III., iii. 117 ; Vol. IX., Napoleon, 

v. 398 ; Vol. IV., The Thirty Years' War, 

vi. 477 ; Vol. X., viii. 159 ; Vol. V., ix. 419 
Cambridge University Calendar, 1905-6, 

iv. 458 ; 1906-7, vi. 379 
Cameo Classics, iii. 319 
Campan's (Madame) M6moires, v. 398 
Campbell's Poetical Works, ed. J. L. Bobert- 

son, ix. 198 
Cardiff Becords, ed. J. Hobson Matthews, 

Vol. V., iv. 158 
Carey (Bobert), Earl of Monmouth, Memoirs, 

iv. 179 

Carmen's (Bliss) Sappho, vi. 79 
Cartrie (Count de), Memoirs, vi. 259 
Casola's (Canon P.) Pilgrimage to Jerusalem, 

viii. 179 

Cassell's Book of Quotations, vii. 159 
Cassell's National Library : Silas Marner, 

i. 358 



Books recently published: 

Castle's (M. L. E.) Dante, vii. 319 

Cato : Parvus Cato, Magnus Cato, vi. 79 

Cattle Baid of Cualnge, trans, by L. W. 

Faraday, i. 439 
Caulfeild's (S. F. A.) House Mottoes and 

Inscriptions, x. 318 
Cervantes's Don Quixote, hi Basque, by 

Dodgson, iii. 40 ; tr. by Motteux, 218 
Chancellor's (E. B.) History of the Squares 

of London, viii. 18; Private Palaces of 

London, xi. 238 

Chandler'si(F. W.) Literature of Boguery,ix. 79 
Charlemagne, Early Lives of, and the Monk 

of St. Gall, ed. by Prof. A. J. Grant, v. 119 
Charles II., by O. Airy, i. 438 
Charm of London, compiled by Hyatt, viii. 358 
Chaucer (G.) : Man of Law's Tale ; Nun's 

Priest's Tale, ii. 39 ; Squire's Tale, ib. ; 

Prioress's Tale and other Tales, 519 ; 

The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer and Others, 

iii. 197 ; Poetical Works, ed. Skeat, v. 478 ; 

Prologue and Minor Poems, done into 

modern English by Prof. Skeat, viii. 440 
Christian Names, Male and Female, iii. 219 
Christmas Book of Carols and Songs, iv. 518 
Chronicle of the English Augustinian Canon - 

esses at St. Monica's in Louvain, iii. 238 
Churl and the Bird, trans, by J. Lydgate, 

vi. 358 
Cicero's Books of Friendship, Old Age, and 

Scipio's Dream, vi. 79 
Clark's (J. W.) Biot at the Great Gate of 

Trinity College, February, 1610/11, vii. 79 
Clarke's (T. E. S.) Life of Bp. Gilbert Burnet, 

x. 419 
Classic Tales, Introd. by C. S. Fearenside, vi. 

500 
Clergy Directory, 1904, i. 80 ; 1905, iii. 19 ; 

1906, v. 40 ; 1907, vii. 18 ; 1908, ix. 99 
Clifton's (E.) Nouveau Dictionnaire, ed. 

McLaughlin, ii. 259 
Cobbett's (W.) Bural Bides, ed. by J. H. 

Lobban, xii. 79 

Coleridge's (Hartley) Complete Poetical 
. Works, ed. B. Colles, ix. 520 
Coleridge's (S. T.) Aids to Beflection and 

Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit, i. 379 ; 

Table Talk and Omniana, ed. by T. Aske, 

iii. 160 ; Biographia Literaria, ed. by J. 

Shawcross, xi. 278 
Coleridge (S. T.), Introduction by E. H. 

Coleridge, iv. 337 

Colet (John), Life by Lupton, xii. 59 
Collins's (F. Howard) Author and Printer, iii. 

379 ; Authors' and Printers' Dictionary, 

xii. 19 
Collins's (J. Churton) Studies in Poetry and 

Criticism, v. 160 

Collins's (W.) Poems, ed. by C. Stone, viii. 498 
Colville's (Mrs. A.) Duchess Sarah : being the 

Social History of the Times of Sarah 

Jennings, Duchess of Marlborough, i. 258 
Companion to Greek Studies, ed. L. Whibley, 

iv. 219 
Conder's (Col. C. B.) The City of Jerusalem, 

xii. 199 

Congregational Historical Society's Trans- 
actions, i. 139 ; iv. 338 
Constable (John), by A. B. Chamberlain, 

ii. 139 
Conway Parish Begisters, i. 260 



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Books recently published: 

Cooper's (C. H.) Annals of Cambridge, Vol. V., 
x. 58 

Copinger's (W. A.) Suffolk, Vol. I., ii. 218 ; 
Suffolk, Vols. II.-IV., iv. 99, 145 ; Suffolk, 
Vol. V., v. 59 ; Manors of Suffolk : Hun- 
dreds of Babergh and Blackbourn, vi. 10 ; 
Smith-Carington Family, viii. 259 

Corbett's (J. S.) England in the Mediter- 
ranean, ii. 119 

Cornish Notes and Queries, ed. by P. Penn, 
vi. 240 

Coryate's (T.) Crudities, iii. 338, 426, 494 

Cotton's (J. J.) Inscriptions on Tombs or 
Monuments in Madras, vi. 40 

County Folk-lore : Lincolnshire, collected 
by Mrs. Gutch and M. Peacock, xii. 39 

Courtney's (W. P.) Register of National 
Bibliography, iii. 378 

Cowley's (A.) Several Discourses by Way of 
Essays, ed. Minchin, ii. 239 ; Poems, ed. 
A. B. Waller, iv. 279 

Cowper's (W.) Poetical Works, ed. Milford, 
iv. 539 

Cox's (J. C.) Essex, xii. 139 

Cox (J. C.) and Harvey's (A.) English Church 
Furniture, viii. 237 

Crabbe's (G.) Poems, Vol. I., ed. by A. W. 
Ward, v. 98 ; Poetical Works, ed. by 
A. J. and B. M. Carlyle, xi. 59 

Crashaw's (B.) Poems, ed. A. B. Waller, ii. 120; 
Poems, ed. J. B. Tutin, v. 160 

Crawford's (C.) Ben Jonson, iii. 279; Con- 
cordance to Thomas Kyd, vi. 158 ; Col- 
lectanea, vii. 98, 160 

resswell's (B. F.) Quantock Hills, ii. 60 

Crisp's (F. A.) Visitation of Ireland, iii. 458 ; 
Visitation of England and Wales, Vol. XII., 
v. 178 

Crofton's (H. T.) Old Moss Side, i. 319 

Crooke's (W.) Things Indian, v. 299, 325 

Cunnington's (H. J.) Account of the Charities 
and Charitable Benefactions of Braintree, 
iii. 340 

Cunnington's (S.) Story of Arithmetic, ii. 
320 

Cupid and Psyche, ed. Bouse, ii. 259 

Curious Case of Lady Purbeck, xi. 440 

Curie's (B. H. P.) Aspects of G. Meredith, 
ix. 458 

Curson's (W. S. W.) Mottoes and Badges 
Who Wrote That ? iii. 40 

Curtis's (J.) Dissertation upon Odd Numbers, 
xii. 438 

Dalbiac's (L.) Dictionary of Quotations 
(German), v. 379 

Dalbiac's (P. H.) Dictionary of Quotations 
(French), x. 399 

Dante, Studies in, by E. Moore, ii. 198 ; 
Early Lives of, trans, by P. H. Wicksteed, 
519 ; La Vita Nuova, trans. D. G. Bossetti, 
vi. 498 ; by Marie Louise Egerton Castle, 
vii. 319 ; Inferno, trans, by Sir S. W. 
Griffith, xi. 379 

D'Arblay's (Madame) Diary and Letters, 
Vols. I. and II., iii. 39 ; Vol. III., 218 ; 
Vol. IV., 278 ; Vol. V., 417 ; Vol. VI., 
iv. 78 

Darwin (Charles), Catalogue of his Library, 

x. 79 

Baubney's (W. H.) Three Additions to 

Daniel, vi. 98 



Books recently published: 

Davenport's (C.) English Heraldic Book- 

Stamps, xii. 218 

Davey's (B.) Pageant of London, v. 499 
De Tabley's (Lord) Collected Poems, i. 99 
Dekker's (T.) Gull's Horn Book, edited by 

B. B. McKerrow, i. 519 ; iii. 500 ; Seven 

Deadly Sinnes of London, v. 58 ; Satiro- 

Mastix, x. 80 
Delehaye's (H.) Legends of the Saints, viii. 

279 
Derbyshire Charters, compiled by I. H. 

Jeayes, vii. 358 

Devon Notes and Queries, i. 280 
Diary of John Evelyn, Introduction by 

Dobson, vi. 398 
Dickens's (C.) Cricket on the Hearth, ii. 299 ; 

Pickwick Barnaby Budge, ix. 319 
Dickens Dictionary, by Philip, xi. 338 
Dictionary of National Biography Errata, 

ii. 358 

Dictionary of Political Phrases, by Mont- 
gomery and Cambray, vii. 120 
Dilke's (Lady) Book of the Spiritual Life, 

iii. 437 
Dinneen's (Bev. S.) Irish- English Dictionary, 

ii. 439 
Dirr's Colloquial Egyptian- Arabic Grammar, 

iii. 279 

Disraeli. See Beaconsfield. 
Ditchfield's (P. H.) Charm of the English 

Village, ix. 439 ; Old-Time Parson, x. 359 
Dixon's (H. L.) On Saying Grace, i. 139 
Dobell's (Bertram) Bosemary and Pansies, 

i. 319 ; Catalogue of Books printed for 

Private Circulation, vi. 378 
Documents illustrating Elizabethan Poetry, 

ed. by L. Magnus, v. 520 
Documents relating to the Office of the 

Bevels, Time of Elizabeth, ed. by A. Feuil- 

lerat, x. 80 
Dodgson's (E. S.) Synopsis of the Verb in 

Baskish New Testament, ii. 520 ; Essai de 

Traduction Basque de ' Don Quichotte,' 

iii. 40 
Dod's Peerage, 1906, v. 40 ; 1907, vii. 18 ; 

Parliamentary Companion, v. 318 
Dorman's (M. P.) British Empire in the Nine- 
teenth Century, ii. 238 
Douse's (T. Le M.) Examination of an Old 

Manuscript, i. 259, 313 
Draper's (J. W.) History of the Intellectual 

Development of Europe, iii. 219 
Drayton's (M.) Nymphidia, vi. 498 ; Minor 

Poems, ed. by C. Brett, viii. 479 
Dream of the Bood, ed. by A. S. Cook, vi. 79 
Drewitt's (F. D.) Bombay in the Days of 

George IV., ix. 238 

Druitt's (H.) Manual of Costume as illus- 
trated by Monumental Brasses, vi. 39 
Dryden (John), ed. by G. Saintsbury, i. 159 
Dubois's (J. A.) Hindu Manners, Customs, 

and Ceremonies, ed. by H. S. Beauchamp, 

vi 277 

Dudden's (F. H.) Gregory the Great, v. 159 
Dudley (Earl of), Letters to Ivy, by Bomilly, 

iv. 398 
Duignan's (W. H.) Worcestershire D lace- 

Names, iii. 339 

Dunbar's (W.) Poems, vm. 219 
Dunstable, its History and Surroundings, by 

W. G. Smith, ii. 478 



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Books recently published: 

Dutt's (W. A.) King's Lynn with its Surround- 
ings, vi. 98 

Earle's (J.) Microcosmographie, i. 318 

Early English Dramatists, ed. by J. S. Farmer, 
v. 79 

Early English Lyrics, chosen by E. K. 
Chambers and F. Sidgwick, viii. 117 

Early English Prose Romances, ed. Thorns, 
vii. 340 

Edinburgh Review, i. 160, 399 ; ii. 199, 459 ; 
iii. 160, 419 ; iv. 440 ; v. 240 ; vi. 159 ; 
vii. 178, 398 ; viii. 378 ; x. 59, 498 ; 
xi. 260 

Edmonds's (J. M.) Introduction to Com- 
parative Philology, vi. 499 

Edwards's (R.) Dramatic Writings, ed. 
Farmer, vii. 298 

Eikon Basilike, ed. by E. Almack, i. 339 

Elcho's (Lord) Short Account of Scotland, 
viii. 180 

Eliot's (G.) Silas Marner, i. 358 ; iii. 500 

Elizabeth (Queen), Amy Robsart, and Earl 
of Leicester, ii. 99 

Elizabethan Critical Essays, ed. by C. 
Gregory Smith, i. 378 

Elizabethan Manuscript, Facsimile of, ed. 
Burgoyne, ii. 158 

Emerson's Works, Vol. II., ii. 299 ; Vol. V. 
Poems, iv. 160 ; Works, ed. by G. Sampson, 
v. 478 

English Catalogue of Books, 1903, i. 398 ; 
1904, iii. 319 ; 1906, vii. 300 ; 1908, xi. 
278 

English Dialect Dictionary, ed. by J. Wright, 
i. 218 ; iv. 377 

English Historical Review, i. 159, 379 ; ii. 
200 ; iii. 178 ; v. 278, 459 ; vi. 220 

English History in Verse, ed. by E. Pertwee, 
vi. 98 

English Hymnal with Tunes, various edi- 
tions, vi. 118 

English Miracle Plays, ed. Pollard, ii. 278 

Englishwoman's Year-Book, 1905, ii. 520 ; 
1907, v. 139 ; 1909, x. 519 

Enterlude of Youth, ed. by W. Bang and 
R. B. McKerrow, v. 118 

Erasmus, Epistles of, trans. Nichols, ii. 398 
Escott's (T. H. S.) Society in the Country 

House, vii. 118 
Espinosa's (Friar A. de) Guanches of Tene- 
rife, ed. Markham, ix. 358 

Essence of the Dusk, trans, by F. W. Bain, 

vi. 419 

Evelyn (J.), Life of Margaret Go dolphin, ii. 
439 ; Diary and Correspondence, ed. by 
Bray, v. 379 ; Diary, Introduction by 
Dobson, vi. 398 ; Sculptura, ed. by C. F. 
Bell, 457 

Fanshawe (Lady), Memoirs, ed. B. Marshall, 
iv. 179 ; ed. H. C. Fanshawe, viii. 439, 
465 

Farmar's (A.) Place-Name Synonyms Classi- 
fied, ii. 479 

Farmer (J. S.) and Henley's (W. E.) Dic- 
tionary of Slang and Colloquial English, 
ii. 59 ; iii. 199 
Farquhar (George), ed. by W. Archer, vi. 478 
Farrer's (J. A.) Literary Forgeries, Introduc- 
tion by A. Lang, vii. 198 
Fea's (Allan) James II. and his Wives, x. 
299 



Books recently published: 

Ferrero's (G.) The Greatness and Decline of 

Rome, Vols. I. and II., trans, by A. E. 

Zimmern, vii. 498 ; Vols. III. and IV.,. 

trans, by Rev. EL J. Chayter, xi. 519 
Festive Songs for Christmas, iv. 519 
Fight at Donibristle, 1316, ed. J. Smith r 

ii. 420 
First Publishers of Truth, ed. by N. Penney ,. 

viii. 38 

Firth's (J. B.) Middlesex, vi. 139 
FitzGerald's (E.) Miscellanies Translation of 

Six Dramas of Calderon, i. 520 ; Polonius* 

iii. 219 
Fitzgerald's (P.) The Garrick Club, iii. 99 ; 

Gems from Boswell, vii. 437 ; Shake- 
spearean Representation, x. 58 
Fitzherbert (Mrs.) and George IV., by W. H. 

Wilkins, iv. 458 

Fitzpatrick's (S. A. O.) Dublin, viii. 198 
Fitz-Warine (Fulk), History of, englished by 

A. Kemp-Welch, ii. 78 
Fletcher's (Giles and Phineas) Poetical Works, 

ed. F. S. Boas, Vol. I., x. 238 ; Vol. II., 

xii. 299 
Fletcher's (Rev. J. M. J.) Guide to Tideswell, 

v. 99 
Flete's (J.) History of Westminster Abbey, 

ed. Robinson, xii. 119 
Foat's (F. W. G.) Sematography of the Greek 

Papyri, i. 399 
Folk-lore, i. 340 ; ii. 160, 379 ; iii. 138, 320 j 

vi. 160 ; vii. 199, 519 
Folk-Song Society's Journal, vi. 80 
Formula Book of Diplomatic Documents, 

ed. by Hubert Hall, xi. 198 
Forster's (J.) Life of Charles Dickens, viii. 

419 
Foster's (J.) A Shakespeare Word-Book, xi, 

139 
Fothergill's (G.) List of Emigrant Ministers to 

America, ii. 420 

Fox (C. J.), by Wakeman, xii. 399 
Foxcroft's (H. C.) Life of Bp. G. Burnet, x. 

419 
Fox-Davies's (A. C.) Heraldry Explained, vii. 

358 
Francis's (John Collins) Notes by the Way, 

xii. 18 
Fraser's (G. M.) The Lone Shieling, with 

other Studies, xii. 478 
Fraunce's (A.) Victoria, a Latin Comedy, ed. 

by G. C. Moore Smith, vi. 158 
Frere and the Boye, viii. 160 
Friedlander's (L.) Roman Life and Manners 

under the Early Empire, Vol. I., trans. 

L. A. Magnus, x. 377 ; Vol. II., trans. 

Freese and Magnus, xii. 39 
Froude's (J. A.) Short Studies, viii. 219 
Fry's (H.) Royal Guide to London Charities, 

iii. 40 ; v. 40 
Fulwell's (U.) Dramatic Writings, ed. J. S. 

Farmer, vi. 39 

Furniss's (D.) Sky- High, iv. 338 
Gaches's (L. B.) History of Liberty of Peter- 
borough, v. 478 

Gammer Grethel's Fairy Tales, iv. 498 
Gammer Gurton's Needle, vi. 179 
Garnett and Gosse's English Literature : an 

Illustrated Record, Vols. II. and IV., i. 219 
Gaskell's (Mrs.) Sylvia's Lovers Cranford, iv. 

337 



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looks recently published : 

Gay's (S. E.) Old Falmouth, i. 339 
Genealogist, Vol. XXIII., ix. 219 
Genealogy, Some Special Studies in, ix. 238 
Gentleman's Magazine Library, London, Vol. 

I., iv. 79 

Gentleman's Magazine, ed. Bullen, v. 179 
Geoffrey's (G.) La Bretagne, ii. 539 
George III., by Beckles Willson, ix. 58 
Gesta Romanorum, ed. Baker ed. Hooper, 

iv. 377 

Gide's (A.) Oscar Wilde, a Study, v. 40 
Oillen's (F. J.) Northern Tribes of Central 

Australia, ii. 177 
Gleanings after Time, ed. G. L. Apperson, ix. 

159 
Godolphin (Margaret), Life of, by Evelyn, 

ii. 439 
<roethe : Faust, translated by A. Swanwick, 

iv. 320 ; vi. 498 ; Life by Lewes, 438 ; 

Autobiography, trans, by M. Steele- 

smith, ix. 420 
Golden Anthologies Poems of Marriage, ed. 

by P. Vivian, vii. 299 
Goldsmith's (O.) Vicar of Wakefield, ed. R. 

Garnett, v. 419 ; Poetical Works, ed. 

Dobson, vi. 499 ; Plays, ed. C. E. Doble, 

xii. 459 
'Gomme's (G. L.) Folk-lore as an Historical 

Science, ix. 399 

'{Jomperz's (T.) Greek Thinkers, iii. 478 
Gordon's (C.) Old Time Aldwych, Kingsway, 

and Neighbourhood, i. 138 
'Goss's (C. W. F.) Descriptive Bibliography 

of the Writings of George Jacob Holyoake, 

x. 479 
Gosse and Garnett's English Literature: an 

Illustrated Record, Vols. II. and IV., 

i. 219 
Grace-Book B, Part II., ed. by Mary Bateson, 

iii. 458 
Gray's (T. ) Elegy, rendered in Latin by W. A. 

Clarke, i. 58, 487 ; Letters, ed. Tovey, ii. 

379 
Gray's (Sir T.) Scalacronica, trans, by Sir H. 

Maxwell, ix. 278 
Great Masters, Introduction and Notes by 

Sir M. Conway, Parts V.-XVI., i. 178, 238, 

259, 318, 358, 398, 438, 479 ; Parts XVII.- 

XXII., ii. 39, 78, 138, 178, 219, 259, 338 
Greene's (R.) Plays, ed. Churton Collins, iv. 

478 
Greenwood's (A. D.) Lives of the Hanoverian 

Queens, xii. 278 
Greg's (W. W.) Pastoral Poetry and Pastoral 

Drama, v. 477 

Gregory the Great, by Dudden, v. 159 
Grimm's Popular Stories, iv. 160 ; Fairy 

Tales and Household Stories, 518 
Gunn's (J.) The Little Black Princess, iv. 498 
-Gypsy Lore Society, Journal, No. I., viii. 179 
Hakluyt's (R. )Principal Navigations, Voyages, 

Traffiques, and Discoveries of the English 

Nation, Vols. III. and IV., i. 198 ; Vols. V. 

and VI., 438; Vols. VII. and VIII., ii. 

138 ; Vols. IX.-XL, iii. 18 ; Vol. XII., 

457 
Hakluytus Posthumus ; or, Purchas his 

Pilgrims, Vols. I. and II., iii. 177 ; Vols. 

III. and IV., 457 
Hall's (Hubert) Studies in English Official 

Historical Documents, xi. 198 



Books recently published : 

Hall (H. R.) and King's (L. W.) Egypt and 

Western Asia, viii. 479 
Hamilton's (E.) Ancestry and Pedigree 

Chart, ii. 139 

Hampshire, Guide to, by Dr. J. C. Cox, i. 400 
Hampstead Garner, compiled by A. M. C., 

vi. 98 
Hanauer's (J. E.) Folk-lore of Holy Land, 

viii. 519 

Handel, Life of, i. 400 
Harbottle's (T. B.) Dictionary of Battles, 

iii. 79 ; Dictionary of Quotations (French), 

x. 399 
Hardy's (E. G.) Studies in Roman History, vi. 

178 
Harmsworth Encyclopaedia, Parts I.-III., 

iii. 258 

Harold's Town and its Vicinity, vi. 98 
Harris's (W. J. ) First Printed Translation into 

English of the Great Foreign Classics, 

xii. 79 
Harting's (J. E.) Recreations of a Naturalist, 

v. 239 

Hartog's (P. J.) Writing of English, ix. 80 
Harvey's (A.) Bristol : Historical and Topo- 
graphical Account, vi. 159 
Harvey (A.) and Cox's (J. C.) English Church 

Furniture, viii. 237 

Hawker's (R. S.) Life and Letters, iv. 117 
Hawthorne's (N.) Transformation, v. 478 
Hazlitt's (W.) View of the English Stage, ed. 

by W. S. Jackson, v. 419 
Headlam's (W.) Book of Greek Verse, ix. 78 
Heath's (S.) Our Homeland Churches and 

How to Study Them, vii. 500 
Heaton's (H. A.) Brooches of Many Nations, 

v. 119 
Heifer of the Dawn, trans, by F. W. Bain, 

i. 498 

Heine (H.) : Book of Songs, trans. Brooks- 
bank, ii. 379 ; trans. L. Todhunter, ix. 

39 ; New Poems, trans. Armour, ii. 379 ; 

Germany : Romancero, Books I. and II., 

trans. Armour, iii. 259 ; Works, Vol. XII., 

iv. 439 

Heinemann's Favourite Classics, iii. 259 
Henderson's (J. A.) Aberdeenshire Epitaphs, 

viii. 139 

Henley (W. E.) and Farmer's (J. S.) Dic- 
tionary of Slang and Colloquial English, 

iii. 199 
Henslowe's Diary, ed. W. W. Greg. Part I., 

ii. 378 ; Part II., x. 160 ; Papers, ed. Greg, 

viii. 298 

Heptameron, trans, by A. Machen, iii. 298 
Herbert (Lord) of Cherbury, Autobiography, 

vi. 438 
Herrick's (R.) Flower Poems, iv. 518 ; Poems, 

selected by Beeching, vii. 120 
Hewetson's (J.) Hewsons of Finuge, Kerry, 

ix. 138 
Hewitt's (J. F.) Primitive Traditional History, 

ix. 340 
Heywood's (J.) Dramatic Writings, ed. J. S. 

Farmer, v. 79 ; Proverbs and Epigrams, 

ed. Farmer, vi. 39 
Hierurgia Anglicana, ed. V. Staley, Part II., i. 

178 ; Part III, iv. 19 
Hill (Sir Rowland), viii. 378 
Hill's (D. J.) History of Diplomacy in Europe, 

Vol. II., vi. 518 ' 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Books recently published : 

" Hob's " Starlight Stories, v. 99 

Hobbes's (T.) Leviathan, ed. A. K. Waller, 

i. 238 
Hodgkin's (T.) History of England to the 

Norman Conquest, v. 199 
Hogg's (T. J.) Life of Shelley, vi. 438 
Holidays in Eastern Counties, by P. Lindley, 

ii. 240 

Holidays on the South Coast, ii. 240 
Holland's (Elizabeth, Lady) Journal, 1791- 

1811, x. 498 

Holmes's (W. G.) Age of Justininan and 

Theodora, Vol. I., v. 317 ; Vol. II., viii. 160 

Holmes's (T. S.) Wells and Glastonbury, 

xi. 118' 

Holyoake's (G. J.) Bygones Worth Remem- 
bering, iii. 217 ; Writings, Bibliography by 
Goss, x. 479 

Home Counties Magazine, v. 358 ; vi. 119 
Homeland Handbooks, v. 419 
Hone's (N. J.) Manor and Manorial Records, 

vi. 318 
Hood's (T.) Poetical Works, ed. Walter 

JerroJd, vi. 499 
Horace : Works, iv. 39 ; Life by Tuckwell, 

v. 139 
Howell's Devises, 1581, ed. W. Raleigh, vi. 

457 

Hoyer's (M. A.) By the Roman Wall, x. 318 
Hubbard's (A. J. and G.) Neolithic Dew- 
Ponds and Cattle-Ways, iv. 280 ; viii. 457 
Hudson's (R.) Memorials of a Warwickshire 

Parish, ii. 497 

Hughes's (T. ) History of the Society of Jesus 
in North America, Part I., viii. 520 ; Docu- 
ments, Vol. I., x. 279 
Hughes's (T.) Tom Brown's Schooldays, ed. 

Rendall, ii. 240 
Hugo's (V.) Notre Dame de Paris, ed. L. 

Delbos, v. 398 
Humphreys's (A. L.) Somersetshire Parishes, 

vi. 239 

Humpty Dumpty, by J. Moorat, iv. 498 
Hunt's (Leigh) Essays and Sketches, vi. 499 
Hunt's (W.) History of England, 1760-1801, 

iv. 318 
Husband's (T. F. and M. F. W.) Punctuation, 

its Principle and Practice, iv. 240 
Hutchinson (Col.), Life of, by his Widow, vi. 

438 

Hutton's (E.) Giovanni Boccaccio : a Bio- 
graphical Study, xii. 458 

Hyatt's (A. H.) Pocket Richard Jefferies, v. 
260 ; Pocket George Mac Donald, 300 ; 
Pocket Dickens, vi. 98 
Ibsen's (H.) Collected Works, vii. 177 ; ix. 

339 

Index Catalogue of Woodside Library, iv. 338 
Ingelend's (T.) Dramatic Writings, ed. J. S. 

Farmer, v. 299 
Ingoldsby Legends, iv. 418 
Innes's (J. H.) New Amsterdam and its 

People, i. 58, 161 

Innocent the Great, by Pine-Gordon, ix. 159 
Inns of Court, painted by G. Home, xii. 100 
Intermediaire, i. 340; ii. 160, 379; iii. 138. 

320 
International Directory of Booksellers, ed. J. 

Clegg, v. 478 

International Genealogical Directory, 1907, 
viii. 220 



Books recently published : 

Irving's (Washington) The Sketch-Book, vi. 

58 ; Rural Life in England, vii. 319 
Jackson's (B. D.) Glossary of Botanic Terms, 

iv. 497 
Jacobite Peerage, Baronetage, Knightage, ii. 

159 
Jaggard's (W.) Index to Book Prices Current, 

1897-1906, xi. 399 
Jamaican Song and Story, ed. W. Jekyll, 

vii. 520 

James II. of England, Adventures of, ii. 419 
Jameson's (A.) Shakespeare's Heroines, iii. 

500 
Jeayes's (I. H.) Descriptive Catalogue of 

Derbyshire Charters, vii. 358 
Jekyll's (G.) Old West Surrey, i. 379 
Jessel's (F.) Bibliography of Works in 

English on Playing Cards and Gaming, iv. 

338 
Johnson's (H. H.) Pervigilium Veneris, vii. 

220 
Johnson's (S.), Boswell's Life of, iii. 40 ; 

Lives of the English Poets, ed. G. Birk- 

beck Hill, v. 16 ; on Shakespeare, ed. 

Raleigh, x. 199 

Johnson's (W.) Folk-Memory, xi. 298 
Johnston's (J. B.) Place-Names of Scotland, 

i. 259 ; Place-Names of Stirlingshire, 

ii. 479 
Johnston's (S. H.) Scottish Heraldry Made 

Easy, ii. 239 
Jones's (D.) Pronunciation of English, xii. 

159 
Jonson (Ben), Dramen, ed. W. Bang, iii. 138 ; 

The Bloody Brother, by Crawford, 279 ; 

Every Man in his Humor, iv. 298 ; Under- 
woods, v. 58 
Jowett's (B.) Interpretation of Scripture, vi. 

438 
Jusserand's (J. J.) Literary History of the 

English People, Vol. IV., xii. 499 
Kaempfer's (E.) History of Japan, trans, by 

Scheuchzer, v. 378 

Kay (John), Memoir of, by J. Lord, i. 459 
Keats's (J.) Poems, ii. 199 ; Poetical Works, 

ed. Forman, vii. 239 ; x. 80 
Kenny's (C. S.) Selection of Cases illustrative 

of English Law of Tort, ii. 299 
King (Clarence), Memoirs, ii. 259 
King (William), Archbishop of Dublin, ed. 

Sir C. S. King, vi. 420 
King (L. W.) and Hall's (H. R.) Egypt and 

Western Asia, viii. 479 
King's (W. F. H.) Classical and Foreign 

Quotations, ii. 218 
King's English, The, v. 458 
Kings' Letters from the Days of Alfred, ed. 

R. Steele, i. 118 ; from the Early Tudors, 
ed. Steele, ii. 319 
Kinglake's Eothen, Introd. by D. G. Hogarth, 

vi. 320 

Kingsley's (C.) Water Babies, iii. 500 
Kitten's (F. G.) The Dickens Country, iii. 199 
Klein's (R.) Quick Calculator, iv. 440 
Knyvett's (Sir H.) The Defence of the Realme, 

vi. 457 

Koeppel's (E.) Studien iiber Shakespeares 
Wirkung auf zeitgenossische Dramatiker, 
iv. 298 

Kriiger's (Dr. G.) Schwierigkeiten des 
Englischen, Part III., ii. 358 



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Books recently published : 

Kyd's (T.) Works, Concordance by C. Craw- 
ford, vi. 158 

Lamb (C.): Life, by E. V. Lucas, iv. 257 ; 
Essays of Elia, 418 ; Life, by W. Jerrold, 
440 

Lamb (C. and M.): Works, Vol. IV., ed. 
E. V. Lucas, i. 238 ; Vols. VI. and VII., 
ed. Lucas, iii. 278 ; Tales from Shake- 
speare, iv., 160 ; Bibliography of, ix. 440 ; 
Works, ed. T. Hutchinson, xi. 138, 295 

Lang's (A.) John Knox and the Reforma- 
tion, iii. 398 ; Secret of the Totem, iv. 478 ; 
The Clyde Mystery, 538 ; Portraits and 
Jewels of Mary Stuart, v. 499 ; Homer 
and his Age, vii. 39 ; New and Old Letters 
to Dead Authors, 419 ; The King over the 
Water, ix. 119 ; Maid of France, xi. 99 

Lang's (E. M. ) Literary london, Introd. by 
G. K. Chesterton, vi. 438 

Langdon's (Mrs. A. H.) Writing of English, 
ix. 80 

Langland's (W. ) Vision of Piers the Plowman, 
iii. 319 

Latham's (E.) Dictionary of Names, Nick- 
names, and Surnames of Persons, Places, 
and Things, i. 519 ; Dictionary of Abbrevia- 
tions, &c., iii. 40 ; Famous Sayings and 
their Authors, iii. 79 ; v. 520 ; Who 
Said That ? iii. 219 ; French Abbrevia- 
tions, v. 520 

Latouche's (W.) La Roulotte, iv. 199 

Lawrence's (R. M.) Magic of the Horseshoe, 
iii. 418 

Lawrie's (Sir A. C.) Early Scottish Charters, 
iii. 158 

Laws of Hammurabi and Moses, trans, by 
Rev. W. T. Filter, vii. 499 

Lawson's (Sir C.) Memories of Madras, iv. 
497 

Layard's (G. S. ) Suppressed Plates, viii. 497 

Leahy's (A. H.) Heroic Romances of Ireland, 
v. 277 

Lean's Collectanea, ii. 119 

Lecky's (W. E. H.) Historical and Political 
Essays, x. 359 

Lectures on the Method of Science, ed. J. B. 
Strong, vi. 219 

Lega-Weekes's (E.) Neighbours of North 
W T yke, v. 40 

Legg's (J. W.) Ecclesiological Essays, v. 199 

Leiden Latin-Anglo-Saxon Glossary, ed. 
J. H. Hessels, vi. 319 

Leland's (J.) Itinerary, ed. L. Toulmin Smith, 
viii. 78 ; ix. 318 ; xi. 420 

Letters of Literary Men, ed. F. A. Mumby, 
vii. 98 

Leycester's Commonwealth, ed. Burgoyne, 
ii. 99 

Lewes's (G. A.) Life of Goethe, vi. 438 

Library Journal, iii. 320 

Lincolnshire Folk-lore, by Mrs. Gutch and 
M. Peacock, xii. 39 

Lindley's (P.) Tourist-Guide to the Con- 
tinent, ii. 60 ; Summer Holidays, vi. 98 

Literary Year-Book, 1906, iv. 540 ; 1907, 
vii. 18 ; 1908, ix. 80 

Lithgow's (W.) Totall Discourse of Rare 
Adventures, vi. 378 

Littlehales (H.) and Wordsworth's (C.) Old 
Service-Books of the English Church, iii. 
499 



Books recently published: 

Lodge's (T.) Rosalynde, vii. 138 

Lodge's Peerage, 1908, ix. 99 

Lof tie's (W. L.) The Colour of London, vii. 

397 
Logan's (Hannah) Courtship, ed. Myers, 

iv. 240 

London Library, 6 yols., vi. 438 
London Topographical Record, vii. 437 
Longfellow's Poems, selected "by Saintsburv, 

vii. 120 
Longinus on the Sublime, trans. A. O. 

Prickard, v. 419 
Longstaff's (G. B.) Langstaffs of Teesdale, 

ix. 520 

Loring's (A.) Rhymer's Lexicon, iii. 419 
' Lost ' Tudor Plays, ed. J. S. Farmer, viii. 

278 

Lowell's (J. R.) My Study Windows, iv. 337 
Lupton's (J. H.) Life of John Colet, D.D., 

xii. 59 
Lydgate's (J.) Assemble of Goddes, v. 438 ; 

A Lytell Treatyse of the Horse, the Sheep, 

and the Ghoos, vi. 358 

Lynn's (W. T.) Remarkable Comets, iii. 178 
Lyra Britannica, selected by E. Pertwee, vi. 

98 

Macaulay's History of England, ed. Hender- 
son, viii. 198 ; Marginal Notes, selected by 

Trevelyan, 479 

Mackail's (J. W.) Coleridge's Literary Criti- 
cism, x. 99 
McKerlie's (P. H.) History of the Lands and 

their Owners in Galloway, v. 438 
Mackinnon's (J.) History of Modern Fiction, 

v. 398 

Maclean's (M.) The Literature of the High- 
lands, i. 459 
MacMichael's (J. Holden) Story of Charing 

Cross, v. 97 
Macpherson (James), by J. S. Smart, iv. 

337 
McSpadden's (J. W. ) Shakespearian Synopses, 

v. 200 
Madden's Diary of Master William Silence, 

viii. 440 
Magazine of Fine Arts, iv. 439 ; v. 438 ; 

vi. 17 
Magnus's (Laurie) English Literature in 

19th Century, xii. 338 
Magrath's (J. R.) Flemings in Oxford, ii. 478, 

526 

Maguire's (D. L.) Historic Links, vii. 138 
Maine's (Sir H. S.) Ancient Law, iv. 337 
Maitland (F. WA by A. L. Smith, ix. 379 
Manning's (A.) Household of Sir T. More, 

iv. 160 
Manorial Society : Lists of Manor Court Rolls 

in Private Hands, ix. 18 
Mantzius's (K.) History of Theatrical Art in 

Ancient and Modern Times, i. 77, 279 
Marlborough (Sarah, Duchess of), by Mrs. A. 

Colville, i. 258 
Marlowe (Christopher) and his Associates, 

by J. H. Ingram, ii. 198 
Marriage Licences at Ipswich Probate Court, 

iii. 379 
Marriott's (J. A. R.) Life of Lucius Cary, 

Viscount Falkland, viii. 259 
Marston's (E.) Thomas Ken and Izaak 

Walton, x. 278 
Marton's (E.) After Work, ii. 357 



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Books recently published : 

Marvell's (A.) Poems, ed. Wright, ii. 239 
Masefield's (J.) On the Spanish Main, v. 478 
Massee's (G.) A Text-Book of Fungi, vii. 80 
Masters of Literature : Fielding, ed. Saints- 
bury Scott, ed. Grant, xii. 419 
Maxwell's (Major-General P.) Pribbles and 

Prabbles, vi. 399 
Meakin's (B.) Life in Morocco and Glimpses 

Beyond, v. 159 
Memoirs of a Royal Chaplain, 1729-63, ed. 

A. Hartshorne, iv. 98 

Memoirs of the Verney Family during the 
Seventeenth Century, compiled by F. P. and 
M. M. Verney, vii. 177 

Memorials : Old Derbyshire, ed. Rev. J. C. 
Cox, ix. 219 ; Old Dorset, ed. T. Perkins 
and H. Pentin, 180 ; Old Lincolnshire, ed. 
Fishwick and Ditchfield, xii. 319 ; Old 
London, ed. P. H. Ditchfield, xi. 219 ; Old 
Middlesex, ed. Tavenor-Perry, xii. 360 ; 
Old Norfolk, ed. H. J. D. Astley, ix. 
479 ; Old Oxfordshire, ed. Ditchfield, 
i. 117 ; Old Warwickshire, ed. Alice 
Dryden, ix. 219 
Mendelssohn, Life of, i. 400 
Menpes's (M.) India, Text by F. A. Steel, v. 

38 

Meredith (G.), Aspects of, by Curie, ix. 458 
Methuen's Standard Library, iii. 240, 479 
i Michaelis (A.), A Century of Archaeological 

Discoveries, xi. 139 
Middle Temple Records, iv. 178 
Milton (J.) : Poetical Works, ed. Beeching, 
ii. 360 ; Paradise Lost, iii. 240 ; Comus, iv. 
518 ; Comus and other Poems, yi. 340 
Minor Poets of the Carolinian Period, ed. G. 
Saintsbury, Vol. I., iii. 478 ; Vol. II., vi. 
437 
Mitchell's (Rev. J.) Significant Etymology, 

ix. 299 

Miniature Series of Musicians, i. 79 
Model Library of Foreign Theology, iii. 279 
Modern Language Review, Vol. I. No. 1, iv. 

399 ; Vol. I. No. 4, vi. 199 
Moliere : Scenes from ' Les Facheux,' ii. 139 
Montaigne's Essays, trans, by C. Cotton, v. 

58 
Montalban's (J. P. de) La Monja Alferez, xi. 

79 
Monteiro's (M.) As David and the Sibyls 

Say, v. 178 

Montgomery (H.) and Cambray's (P. G.) Dic- 
tionary of Political Phrases and Allusions, 
vii. 120 

Moore's (A. W.) Manx Names, i. 259 
Moore's (E.) Studies in Dante, ii. 198 
Mordaunt's (E. A. B.) Index to Obituary and 
Biographical Notices in Jackson's Oxford 
Journal, Vol. I., iii. 499 
More's Utopia, ed. by J. Churton Collins, i. 

418 

Morland (G.), by C. C. Williamson, ix. 260 
Morris's (M. C. F.) Nunburnholme : its His- 
tory and Antiquities, x. 79 
Morris's (Sir L.) Poems, iii. 218 
Morris's (W.) Defence of Guenevere, ii. 60 
Moryson's (Fynes) Itinerary, ix. 259 
Mother Goose's Melody, ed. Prideaux, ii. 320 
Motley's (J. L.) Rise of the Dutch Republic, 
i. 519 ; Rise of the Dutch Republic, intro- 
duction by Clement Shorter, vi. 499 



Books recently published : 

Mulso's Letters to White of Selborne, ed. R. 

Holt-White, vii. 458 
Munro's (R.) Archaeology and False 

Antiquities, v. 58 

Munro-Chadwick's (H.) Studies on Anglo- 
Saxon Institutions, v. 98 
Murray's (D.) Museums : their History and 

Use, iii. 117 
Muses' Library, iii. 80 ; iv. 159 ; v. 520 ; 

vii. 18 
Muss-Arnolt's (W.) Concise Dictionary of 

Assyrian, vii. 477 
Mylne's (Rev. R. S.) Cathedral Church of 

Bayeux, ii. 239 
Napoleon : First Phase, by Oscar Browning, 

iv. 198 
Nashe's (T.) Works, ed. R. B. McKerrow, 

Vol. I., i. 117 ; Vol. II., ii. 319 ; Vol. III., 

iv. 278 

National Gallery of British Art, iii. 279 
Neale's (J. A.) Charters and Records of 

Neales of Berkeley, viii. 340 ; ix. 318 
Nelson Centenary : What Nelson Said, by H. 

Stokes Nelson's Homeland, by J. Hooper, 

iv. 338 ; Lest We Forget, by T. Foley, 479 
New English Dictionary, i. 78, 338 ; ii. 98, 

337 ; iii. 38, 297 ; iv. 58, 358 ; v. 57, 

357 ; vi. 57, 298 ; vii. 58, 318 ; viii. 97, 

228, 260, 397 ; ix. 118, 519 ; x. 159, 478 ; 

xi. 179 ; xii. 179, 359 
New Shakespeariana, ii. 400 
New Universal Library, iii. 339 
Newcastle's (Duchess of) Life of William 

Cavendish, vi. 438 
Newspaper Press Directory, vii. 177 ; ix. 

198 ; xi. 260 
Nicholson's (E. W. B.) Keltic Researches, i. 

460 
Nield's (J.) Guide to the Best Historical 

Novels and Tales, iii. 118 

Nights at the Opera, ed. F. Burgen, iv. 39 
Nivedita's (Sister) Cradle Tales of Hinduism, 

viii. 419 

Noble's (P.) Anne Seymour Darner, xi. 519 
Norman's London Vanished and Vanishing, 

iv. 538 
Northern Notes and Queries, ed. H. R. 

Leighton, v. 318 ; yi. 119, 340 ; vii. 260 
Norton's (T.) Dramatic Writings, ed. Farmer, 

vii. 298 
Nun Ensign, trans, by J. Fitzmaurice-Kelly, 

xi. 79 

Nun's Rule, ed. Morton, iv. 80 
Ocampo's (Capt. B. de) Execution of the 

Inca Tupac Amaru, ed. Markham, ix. 358 
Ochsenbein's (Dr. W.) Die Aufnahme Lord 

Byrons in Deutschland, iii. 378 
Oman's (C.) History of England, 1377-1485, 

vi. 357 
Omar Khayyam, Rubaiyat of, trans, by Fitz- 

Gerald, iii. 138 
Ordo Romanus Primus, ed. E. G. C. Atchley, 

v. 179 
Origines Alphabetic, by a March Hare, i. 

460 

Owen's (H.) Gerald the Welshman, ii. 320 
Oxford Book of French Verse, chosen by St. 

John Lucas, ix. 179 
Oxford Printing, 1468-1900, i. 80 
Oxford Thackeray, edited by G. Saintsbury, 

x. 259 ; xi. 18 



TENTH SERIES. 



Books recently published: 

Palgrave's (F. T.) The Golden Treasury, iii. 

218 
Palmer's (A. Smythe) The Folk and their 

Word-Lore, ii. 260 ; Some Curios from a 

Word-Collector's Cabinet, viii. 379; Ideal 

of a Gentleman, x. 138 
Palmer's (F. B.) Peerage Law in England, ix. 

520 
Parry's (Judge) England's Elizabeth : being 

the Memories of Matthew Bedale, i. 439 
Parsons's (Mrs. C.) Garrick and his Circle, vi. 

339 
Patmore's (Coventry) The Angel in the House, 

iv. 39, 80 ; Poems, Introduction by B. 

Champneys, vi. 278 
Payne's (J. F.) Fitz-Patrick Lectures, 1903, 

ii. 259 
Peacock's (T. L.) Headlong Hall, &c., iv. 

337 

Pedantius, ed. G. C. Moore Smith, iv. 298 
Pedigree Register, ed. Sherwood, viii. 340, 

366 
Pennington's (W. H.) Sea, Camp, and Stage, 

vi. 439 
Penny's (Rev. F.) The Church in Madras, iv. 

239 
Pepys, A Later : Correspondence of Sir W. W. 

Pepys, ed. Gaussen, ii. 59 
Pepys's (S.) Diary, ed. H. B. Wheatley, Vols. 

I. and II., ii. 399 ; Vols. III. to VI., iii. 

198 ; Vols. VII. and VIII., 298 ; Memories 

of the Royal Navy, ed. J. R. Tanner, vi. 

457 

Perrett's (W.) Story of King Lear, iv. 520 
Petroni Cena Trimalchionis, ed. W. D. Lowe, 

v. 259 

Philip's (A. J.) Dickens Dictionary, xi. 338 
Phillimore's (W. P. W.) Heralds' College and 

Coats of Arms regarded from a Legal 

Aspect, iii. 178 ; Law and Practice of 

Change of Name, v. 99; Pedigree Work, 

viii. 220 
Phillips's (G. E.) Extinction of the Antient 

Hierarchy, v. 39 
Photo Miniature, iii. 279 
Photograms of the Year 1904, iii. 19 ; 1905, 

iv. 498 ; 1906, vi. 400 
Photogravure Series, vi. 498 
Pierce the Ploughman's Crede, ed. W. W. 

Skeat, vi. 79 
Pirie-Gordon's (C. H. C.) Innocent the Great, 

ix. 159 
Plato, Pocket, ed. S. C. Woodhouse, vii. 

358 
Platt's (H. E. P.) Byways in the Classics, 

iv. 238, 261, 352, 435 ; Last Ramble in the 

Classics, vii. 59 

Platt's (W.) Child Music, iv. 539 
Plunket's (Hon. E. M. ) Ancient Calendars and 

Constellations, i. 260 ; Judgment of Paris, 

xi. 520 
Plutarch's Lives, trans, by Stewart and Long, 

v. 500 
Poems and Extracts chosen by Wordsworth, 

v. 38 
Poems of Patriotism, ed. G. K. A. Bell, viii. 

119 
Poe's (E. A.) Lyrical Poems, v. 318 ; Poems, 

ed. E. Hutton, vi. 500 
Poets and Poetry of the Nineteenth Century, 

ed. A. H. Miles, iii. 40, 219, 479 ; iv. 160 



Books recently published : 

Political History of England : Vol. I., v. 

199 ; Vol. II., iv. 438 ; Vol. III., v. 97 ; 

Vol. IV., vi. 357 ; Vol. XII., ix. 38 
Poore's Lamentation for the Death of Queen 

Elizabeth, iii. 19 
Pope's (A.) Old Stone Crosses of Dorset, vi. 

339 
Popular Ballads of the Olden Time, ed. F. 

Sidgwick, iii. 159 ; vii. 39 
Potter's (G. W.) Recollections of Hampstead, 

viii. 339 

Powell's (G. H.) Duelling Stories, ii. 458 
Prevost's (E. W.) Dialect of Cumberland, v. 

59 
Price's (F. G. H.) Old Base Metal Spoons, xi. 

79 

Priestley's (Lady) Story of a Lifetime, xi. 38 
: Printers' Pie, 1904, ii. 20 ; 1905, iii. 500 
Prior's (M.) Poems on Several Occasions, ed. 

A. R. Waller, v. 98 ; Writings, ed. Waller, 

viii. 98 

Propertius, trans, by J. S. Phillimore, v. 419 
Proverbs of Alfred, re-edited by Prof. Skeat, 

viii. 139 

Publishers' Weekly, iii. 320 
Punch's Almanack, iv. 479 
Purchas's (S.) Hakluytus Posthumus, Vols. I. 

and II., iii. 177 ; Vols. III. and IV., 457 ; 

Vols. V. and VI., iv. 159 ; Vols. VII. and 

VIII., 278 ; Vols. IX. and X., v. 138 ; 

Vols. XI. and XII., 458; Vols. XIII. 

and XIV., vi. 138 ; Vols. XV. and XVI., 

239 ; Vols. XVII.-XIX., 497 ; Vol. XX., 

vii. 518 
Quarterly Review, i. 179, 399 ; iii. 178, 399 ; 

iv. 180 ; v. 260, 459 ; vi. 139 ; vii. 160, 

420 ; viii. 419 ; ix. 160 ; x. 239, 459 ; xi. 

239 
Queen, or, the Excellency of her Sex, ed. by 

Prof. Bang, vi. 158 

Quiggin's (E. C.) Dialect of Donegal, vi. 260 
Raleghana, Part VI., by T. N. Brushfield, in. 

40 

Raleigh's (W.) English Voyages of the Six- 
teenth Century, v. 138 

Ramsay's (Sir J. H.) Dawn of the Constitu- 
tion, xi. 439 
Ranke's (L. von) History of the Reformation 

in Germany, iii. 177 ; History of the 

Popes, ix. 439 

Raven's (J. J.) The Bells of England, vi. 21 
Reade's (Aleyn Lyell) Reades of Blackwood 

Hall, vi. 79 ; Johnsonian Gleanings, Part 

I., xii. 259 
Reade's (C.) Peg Woffington, ed. R. Garnett, 

v. 139 
Records of the Committees for Compounding 

Durham and Northumberland, 1643-60, 

v. 318 
Reference Catalogue of Current Literature, vi. 

420 
Reich's (E.) Foundations of Modern Europe, 

ii. 318 ; The Failure of the ' Higher 

Criticism " of the Bible, v. 218 
Relics of the Puritan Martyrs, 1593, ed. T. G. 

Crippen, vi. 118 

Reliquary, i. 140, 439 ; ii. 100 ; ix. 99 
Rembrandt : a Memorial, v. 278 
Renshaw's (G.) Animal Romances, xi. l&y 
Rice's (B. L.) Mysore and Coorg from the 

Inscriptions, xii. 259 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Books recently published: 

Ridgeway's (W.) Origin and Influence of the 

Thoroughbred Horse, iv. 359 
Robinson's (J. A.) and James's (M. R.) 

Manuscripts of Westminster Abbey, xii. 
119 
Rogers's (F.) The Seven Deadly Sins, vii. 

339 
Rogers's (J. D.) Historical Geography of the 

British Colonies, viii. 79 
Rogers's (S.) Reminiscences and Table Talk, 

ed. S. H. Powell, i. 398 
Routledge's Miniature Reference Library, iv. 

199, 320, 498 
Routledge's New Universal Library, v. 160, 

199, 259, 420, 520 ; vii. 220 
Rowe's (J. B.) Richard Peeke of Tavistock, 

v. 218 
Royal Navy, painted by N. Wilkinson, 

described by H. L. Swinburne, ix. 198 
Rugby School-Register, Vol. III., iii. 58 
Rules for Compositors and Readers, i. 280 
Russell's (Lady) Three Generations of 

Fascinating Women, ii. 437 
Ruth and Esther, Books of, iv. 518 
Rutland Magazine and County Historical 

Record, i. 440 
Ruvigny and Raineval's (Marquis of) Blood 

Royal of Britain, i. 19 ; Plantagenet 

Roll of the Blood Royal, iv. 138 ; vii. 

79 
Rymour Club, Edinburgh, Miscellanea, v. 

379 
Sackville's (T.) Dramatic Writings, ed. 

Farmer, vii. 298 
Sacred Poets of Nineteenth Century, ed. 

Miles, x. 99 
St. Anne's, Soho, Monumental Inscriptions 

and Extracts from Registers, ed. W. E. 

Hughes, vi. 80 
Saint Bernard, Some Letters of, selected by 

F. A. Gasquet, i. 398 
St. Boniface, Life and Times of, by J. M. 

Williamson, iii. 258 

St. John the Evangelist, Cambridge, Ad- 
missions to the College of, ed. R. F. Scott, 

i. 98 
St. Mary Magdalen College, Oxford, Register 

of Members, i. 439 
St. Thomas Aquinas, Compendium of Summa 

Theologica, vi. 260 
Sarmiento de Gamboa's (P.) History of the 

Incas, ed. Markham, ix. 358 
Savory (William) of Brightwalton, Life of, i. 

200 

Sayce's (W. H.) Assyrian Grammar, iv. 19 
Scots Peerage, ed. Sir J. B. Paul, Vol. I., i. 357; 

Vol. II., iii. 239 ; Vol. III., v. 258 ; Vol. IV., 

viii. 159 ; Vol. V., x. 18 
Scott's (Sir W.) Tales of a Grandfather, ed. 

Giles, xii. 79 
Scottish Historical Review, ii. 99, 459 ; 

iii. 420 ; iv. 199, 419 ; v. 300, 379 ; vi. 

140 ; vii. 300 
Sellers's (W.) A Handbook of Legal Medicine, 

vi. 178 

Shade of the Balkans, iii. 100 
Shakespeare : Oxford Miniature Edition, i. 

79 ; Sonnets, ed. C. C. Stopes, 339 ; 

Favourite Classics, ii. 139, 299, 337, 458, 

498 ; Hamlet in the Pocket-Book Classics, 

240 ; Titus Andronicus, ed. Baildon, 299 ; 



Books recently published: 

Stratford fcTown Edition, Vol.S*I., iii 
19 ; Vol. II., 239 ; Vol. III., iv. 59-; Vols. 
IV. and V., v. 339 ; Vols. VI.-VIIL, 

vii. 138 ; Life, by Sidney Lee, iii. 418 ; 
New Variorum Edition, Love's Labour's 
Lost, iii. 438, and Antony and Cleopatra, ix. 

359 ; Sonnets, iv. 59 ; Works, ed. by 

Craig, 337 ; Sonnets, and A Lover's 

Complaint, Introduction by W. H. Hadow, 

viii. 497 ; Four Quarto Editions of Plays, 

described by Lee, ix. 519 ; Johnson on, ed. 

Raleigh, x. 199 
Shakespeare Anthology, ed. C. F. Forshaw, 

iii. 118 
Shakespeare Apocrypha, ed. C. F. Tucker 

Brooke, x. 18 
Shakespeare Classics : Chronicle of Kingr 

Leir, ed. Lee, xii. 239 

Shakespeare Symphony, by Bayley, vi. 179 
Shakesperian Synopses, by McSpadden, v. 

200 
Shakespeare's Characters, descriptive Index 

to, iii. 500 
Shakespeare's Heroines, by Jameson, iii. 

500 
Shakespeare's Warwickshire Contemporaries, 

by Stopes, ix. 138 
Shelley (P. B.) : Complete Poetical Works, 

ed. Hutchinson, ii. 539 ; iv. 258 ; Life 

by Hogg, vi. 438 ; Poems, Introduction by 

Churton Collins, viii. 318 
Sheridan's (R. B.) Plays, Introduction by E. 

Gosse, iii. 479 ; Dramatic Works, Intro- 
duction by J. Knight, vii. 18 
Shield's (A.) The King over the Water, ix. 

119 

Shiells's (R.) The Story of the Token, i. 139 
Ships and Shipping, ed. F. Miltoun, i. 139 
Shirburn Ballads, 1585-1616, ed. A. Clark, 

vii. 277 
Shore's (W. T.) Charles Dickens and his 

Friends, xii. 419 
Shorter's (Clement) Immortal Memories, ix. 

79 
Siberch (J.), first Cambridge Printer, by 

Bowes and Gray, v. 500 
Sidney's (Sir P.) Defence of Poesie, ii. 98 ; 

The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia, ed. 

E. A. Baker, vii. 358 ; Apologie for Poetrie, 

ed. Churton Collins, ix. 498 
Simpson's (E. B.) Folk-lore in Lowland Scot- 
land, x. 399 
Simpson's (P.) Scenes from Old Playbooks, 

v. 138 
Sismondi's (J. C. L.) History of the Italian 

Republics, vii. 98 
Six Anonymous Plays, ed. J. S. Farmer, vii. 

298 
Skeat's (W. W.) Primer of Philology, iv. 539 ; 

Place-Names of Bedfordshire, vi. 39 ; 

Problem of Spelling Reform, 139 ; Story of 

Patient Griselda, 498 
Skipsey (Joseph), by R. Spence Watson, x. 

519 

Slater's (J. H.) How to Collect Books, iv. 539 
Smart's (J. S.) James Macpherson, iv. 337 
Smith Family, by Compton Reade, ii. 519 
Smith's (A. L.) Frederic William Maitland, 

ix. 379 
Smith's (Capt. J.) Generall Historic of 

Virginia, vii. 238 



TENTH SERIES. 



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Books recently published: 

Smith's (J. T.) A Book for a Rainy Day, ed. 

W. Whitten, v. 79 

Smith's (W.) Evesham and the Neighbour- 
hood, x. 99 
Solon's (M. L.) Brief History of Old English 

Porcelain, i. 199 
Song of Songs, Introductory Note by G. 

James, vi. 498 

Songs of the Vine, selected by W. G. Hutchi- 
son, i. 98 
Sophocles' Tragedies, trans, by E. H. Plump- 

tre, x. 160 
Spencer's (B.) Northern Tribes of Central 

Australia, ii. 177 
Spenser, selected by W. B. Yeats, vi. 320 ; 

Faerie Queen, xii. 100 
Stanley's (T.) Original Lyrics, edited by 

L. I. Guiney, vii. 299 
Stebbing's (W.) Impressions of the Poets, ix. 

179 

Steel's (F. A.) India, v. 38 
Steele's (B.) Mediaeval Lore from Bartholo- 
mew Anglicus, iii. 279 
Stephen's (Sir J.) Essays in Ecclesiastical 

Biography, vii. 198 
Stepniak's Russian Peasantry, v. 399 
Stevens (B. F. ) Memoir of, by G. M. Fenn, i. 

78 
Stevenson's (R. L.) Familiar Studies of Men 

and Books, i. 520 ; Tales and Fantasies, 

iv. 100 ; Essays in the Art of Writing, 298 
Stevenson's (W. B.) Crusaders in the East, 

ix. 278 
Stewart-Brown's (R.) Wapentake of Wirral, 

ix. 219 

Stone's (P.) Sea Songs and Ballads, vi. 499 
Stopes's (C. C.) Shakespeare's Warwickshire 

Contemporaries, ix. 138 
Stow's (G. W.) Native Races of South Africa, 

iv. 197 
Stow's (J.) Survey of London, ed. Kingsford, 

x. 359 
Strachan's (J.) Introduction to Early Welsh, 

xii. 180 
Strode's (W.) Poetical Works, ed. B. Dobell, 

vii. 259 
Stroud's (F.) Judicial Dictionary of Words 

and Phrases, i. 99 
Stuart's (J.) Beechen Grove Baptist Church, 

ix. 80 
Stubbs's (W.) Lectures on European History, 

ed. A. Hassall, i. 417 ; Lectures on Early 

English History, ed. A. Hassall, v. 239 ; 

Germany in the Early Middle Ages, x. 219 
Suffolk, its History as disclosed by Existing 

Records, by Copinger, Vol. I., ii. 218 ; 

Vols. II.-IV., iv. 99, 145 ; Vol. V., v. 59 
Swan's (H.) Dictionary of Contemporary 

Quotations, i. 279 

Sweet's (H.) Sounds of English, ix. 420 
Swift's Journal to Stella, iv. 80 Gulliver, 

439 ; Gulliver's Travels, and other Works, 

v. 458 ; Literary Essays, ed. Temple 

Scott, vii. 398 ; Prose Works, edited by 

Temple Scott, Vol. XII., xi. 19 
Swinburne's (A. C.) Poems and Ballads, 

i. 518 ; Poems, ii. 240 ; Tragedies, iv. 

39, 418, 497 ; v. 118 
Sympson's (E. Mansel) Lincoln, v. 277 
Tacitus, Annals, trans, by G. C. Ramsay, xii. 

79 



Books recently published : 

Tait's (J.) Medieval Manchester, iv. 199 
Taylor's (H.) Ancient Crosses and Holy Wells 

of Lancashire, ix. 159 
Taylor's (I.) Words and Places, ed. Smythe 

Palmer, xii. 399 
Te Tohunga, collected by W. Dittmer, viii. 

419 

Temple Church Registers of Burials, iv. 319 
Tennyson's Poems, Oxford Edition, ii. 520 ; 

Poems, Introduction by A. Waugh, iii. 319 ; 

Poems, selected by H. J. C. Grierson, vii. 

519 
Tew's (Rev. E. L. H.) Old Times and Friends, 

ix. 498 
Thackeray, Oxford, ed. Saintsbury, x. 259 ; 

xi. 18 
Thiselton-Dyer's (T. F.) Folk-lore of Women, 

v. 118 

Thomas's (Ralph) Swimming, ii. 19, 263 
Thompson's (Francis) Shelley, xi. 419 
Thomson's (James) Works, ed. J. L. Robert- 
son, xi. 158 
Thorburn's (A.) Mr. Ubbledejub and the 

House Fairies, iv. 498 
Thoreau's (H. D.) Walden, v. 478 
Thoyts's (E. E.) How to Decipher and Study 

Old Documents, i. 100 

Thurston's (H.) Lent and Holy Week, i. 339 
Tilley's (A.) Literature of the French Renais- 
sance, iii. 158 
Tout's (T. F.) History of England, 1216-1377, 

v. 97 
Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 

i. 379 
Treasure's (J. P.) Introduction to Breton 

Grammar, i. 200 
Treherne's (G. G. T.) Eglwys Cymmin Papers, 

ii. 79 
Trelawny's (E. J.) Records of Shelley, iv. 337 ; 

Recollections of Shelley and Byron, Intro- 
duction by E. Dowden, vi. 40 
Trench's (R. C.) on the Study of Words, ed. 

by W. Smythe Palmer, iii. 340 ; Proverbs 

and their Lessons, ed. A. S. Palmer, v. 80 ; 

Select Glossary, ed. A. S. Palmer, vi. 519 ; 

Parables of our Lord, ed. A. S. Palmer, vm. 

498 ; Miracles, Introduction by A. . 

Palmer, ix. 219 
Trevelyan's (G. M.) Garibaldi's Defence of the 

Roman Republic, vii. 339 
Trevelyan's (M.) Folk-lore and Folk-stones 

of Wales, xii. 159 
Trevelyan's (Sir G. O.) American Revolution, 

iii. 99 ; American Revolution, Part LI. 

Trollope's (A.) Barsetshire Novels, vi. 299, 

439, 519 

True to the Flag, ed. Ommanney, iv. fc 
Tuckwell's (W.) Horace, v. 139 
Tudor Facsimile Texts, x. 439 ; xi. 220 
Udall's (N.) Dramatic Writings, ed. Farmer, 

vii. 298 _ nftAQ 

Upper Norwood Athenceum, Record, IWUrf, 

i. 100 ; Record, 1904, iii. 119 ; Record, 

1905, v. 119 ; Record, 1907, ix. 379 
Vagabond Songs and Ballads of Scotland, ed. 

Ford, ii. 419 

Vaughan's (A. O.) Old Hendrik's Sales, 11. 2 
Vaughan's (H.) Poems, ed. E. Hutton, i. 40 
Vauthier's (C. M.) L'Homme et son Image, v. 

17 



46 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Books recently published: 

Verney Family Memoirs, compiled by P. P. 
and M. M. Verney, ii. 378 ; vii. 177 

Vernon's (H. M. and K. D.) A History of the 
Oxford Museum, xii. 519 

Vickers's Newspaper Gazetteer, 1908, ix. 238 

Virgil's /Eneid, trans, by H. S. Wright, xi. 
118 

Visitation of England and Wales, Vol. XIII., 
ed. F. A. Crisp, vii. 119 

Vizetelly's (E. A.) The Wild Marquis, iii. 499 

Voice of the Mountains, ed. Baker and Boss, 
v. 260 

Waddington's (S.) Chapters of my Life, xii. 
259 

Wade's (G. W. and J. H.) Monmouthshire, xii. 
139 

Wagner, by J. F. Bunciman, iv. 440 

Wakeman's (H. O.) Charles James Fox, xii. 
399 

Walker's Septem Psalmi Pcenitentiales, iv. 
117 

Wall's (J. C.) Shrines of British Saints, iii. 
299, 486 

Walpole's (H.) Letters, ed. by Mrs. Paget 
Toynbee, Vols. I.-IV., i. 38 ; Vols. V.-VIIL, 
498 ; Vols. IX.-XIL, iii. 79 ; Vols. 
XIII.-XV., iv. 459 ; Vol. XVI., 538 ; 
Castle of Otranto, viii. 318 ; Last Journals, 
xii. 519 

Walpole's (Sir Spencer) History of Twenty- 
five Years, 1856-80, ix. 419 

Wandesforde of Kirklington and Castle- 
comer, ed. McCall, ii. 318 

Ward's (H. Snowden) The Canterbury Pil- 
grimages, iii. 199 

Ware's (J. B.) Passing English of the Vic- 
torian Age, xi. 440 

Watson's (Foster) English Grammar Schools, 
xi. 499 

Watson's (G.) The Black Bood of Scotland, 
viii: 340 

Watson's (B. Spence) Joseph Skipsey, x. 519 

Watts-Dunton (Theodore), by J.Douglas, iii. 
58 ; Aylwin, vi. 17 

Webb's (S. and B.) English Local Govern- 
ment : the Manor and the Borough, x. 
39 

Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, vii. 40 

Wells's (C.) Joseph and his Brethren, Intro- 
duction by Swinburne, xi. 339 

Wells's (J.) Oxford Degree Ceremony, vi. 
139 

Wessely's (J. E.) Pocket Dictionary of the 
English and French Languages, iii. 418 

Weston's (Jessie L.) Legend of Sir Perceval, 
vi. 79 

Wever's (B.) Dramatic Writings, ed. J. S. 
Farmer, v. 299 

Wheatley's (H. B.) Gerrard Street, i. 200 

Wheeler (H. F. B.) and Broadley's (A. M.) 
Napoleon and the Invasion of England, 
viii. 519 

v^hetham'a (C. D. and W. C. D.) Col. N. 
Whetham, ix. 259 

Whitaker's Almanack Peerage, 1905, ii. 
520 ; Almanack Peerage, 1906, iv. 540 ; 
Almanack Peerage, 1907, vii. 18 ; Al- 
manack Peerage, 1908, ix. 19 ; Almanack 
Peerage, 1909, x. 519 

White's (J.) The Falstaff Letters, iii. 199 

White's (B.) Dukery Becords, ii. 238 



Books recently published: 

Whittaker's (T.) Apollonius of Tyana, and 

other Essays, v. 358 
Whittier's Poems, selected by A. C. Benson, 

vi. 320 
Who's Who Who's Who Year-Book, 1905, 

ii. 520 ; 1906, iv. 539, 540 ; 1907, vi. 500 ; 

1908, viii. 498 ; 1909, x. 519 
Wieland's (C. M.) Adventures of Don Sylvio 

de Bosalva, ii. 438 

Wight, Isle of, "Little Guides" series, ii. 240 
Wilde (Oscar), by Gide, v. 40 
Wilkin's (M. H.) Quaint Sayings from Sir 

Thomas Browne, iv. 320 
Wilkins's (W. H.) Mrs. FitzHerbert and 

George IV., iv. 458 
Willcock's (J.) A Scots Earl in Covenanting 

Times, ix. 339 

Williams's (W. H.) Specimens of the Eliza- 
bethan Drama from Lyly to Shirley, iii. 439 
Williamson's (G. C.) George Morland, ix. 260 
Willing's Press Guide, 1906, v. 200 ; 1907, 

vii. 139 
Willson's (Beckles) George III. as Man, 

Monarch, and Statesman, ix. 58 
Wilson's Art of Bhetorique, 1560, ed. G. H. 

Mair, xii. 19 
Wine, Woman, and Song, trans. Symonds, 

viii. 119 
Wise's (C.) Northamptonshire Legends put 

into Bhyme, v. 139 
Wonderland, ii. 240 
Wordsworth (C.) and Littlehales's (H.) Old 

Service-Books of the English Church, 

iii. 499 
Wordsworth's The Prelude, ed. B. Worsfold, 

i. 339 ; Poetical Works, ed. Hutchinson, ii. 

139 ; Literary "Criticism, ed. N. C. Smith, 

v. 38 

Worke for Cvtlers, ed. Sieveking, ii. 378 
World's Classics, vii. 120, 220, 438 
Worley's (G.) Southwark Cathedral and See, 

iv. 498 
Wreath of Christmas Carols, chosen by 

Andrews, ix. 19 

Wright's (H. S.) trans, of ^Cneid, xi. 118 
Wright's (J.) Historical German Grammar, 

Vol. I., vii. 458 

Wright's (J. and E. M.) Old English Gram- 
mar, ix. 340 

Writers' and Artists' Year-Book, 1909, x. 519 
Wroth' s (W.) Cremorne and the Later London 

Gardens, ix. 299 

Yeats's (W. B.) Poems, 1899-1905, vi. 320 
York Library, ii. 120 ; iii. 319 
Yorkshire, Handbook for, i. 259 
Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, v. 340 ; vi. 

400 ; vii. 477 
Yorkshire Notes and Queries, ed. C. F. 

Forshaw, i. 320, 520 ; ii. 100, 219 ; vi. 

520 
Young's (A.) Travels in France, ed. by Miss 

Betham-Ed wards, iii. 500 
Bookseller, earliest use of the word , x. 369 
' Bookseller,' its Jubilee, ix. 85, 103 
Booksellers, provincial, v. 141, 183, 242, 297, 351, 

415, 492 ; x. 141 ; xi. 127 

Booksellers and printers : Hampshire, vi. 31 ; 
Northumberland and Durham, 443 ; Cambridge, 
sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, vii. 26, 75 ; 
St. Ives, Hunts., viii. 201 ; St. Neots, Hunting- 
donshire, xii. 164 



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Booksellers and publishers, London, ix. 89, 137, 

218 
Booksellers' catalogues, i. 59, 119, 180, 239, 298, 

358, 418, 499 ; ii. 79, 179, 279, 338, 439, 498 ; 
iii. 58, 139, 179, 219, 259, 299, 358, 399, 439, 
479 ; iv. 20, 60, 119, 200, 258, 338, 379, 400, 419, 
459, 499 ; v. 19, 60, 99, 139, 179, 219, 279, 
319, 359, 399, 439, 479 ; vi. 18, 58, 99, 279, 299, 

359, 380, 439, 459, 478 ; vii. 19, 60, 99, 139 
179, 200, 239, 278, 319, 359, 399, 438, 478 ; 
viii. 19, 58, 98, 140, 199, 239, 279, 319, 359 
398, 458, 498 ; ix. 19, 60, 100, 139, 199, 220, 
239, 279, 319, 359, 399, 459, 480, 499 ; x. 19 
59, 99, 140, 200, 239, 280, 319, 378, 400, 420, 
440, 460, 499, 520 ; xi. 19, 40, 60, 100, 119, 
140, 159, 199, 240, 279, 299, 340, 360, 400, 459, 
480, 500 ; xii. 20, 60, 80, 119, 160, 199, 240, 
260, 280, 320, 340, 379, 420, 439, 459, 480, 500 

Booksellers' catalogues, classification in, v. 85 
Booksellers' monopoly and William Pickering 

1832, vi/364 

Bookseller's motto, v. 208, 255, 418 
Bookselling and publishing, bibliography of, i. 81, 

142, 184, 242, 304, 342 ; ii. 11 ; v. 361, 476 
Boomplatz, regiments engaged at, ii. 148, 251, 

292 

Booth (G. A. W.) on Booth family, ix. 388 
Booth (H. C.) his vacuum-cleaning method, 

xii. 308 

Booth family, ix. 388 ; x. 448, 517 
Boothby ("Prince"), d. 1800, his biography, 

vii. 405 ; viii. 14 ; ix. 187 
Boothroyd (N.) on Matthew Arnold and the yew, 

xii. 336. God of architecture, xii. 29 
Booths or vaccaries, derivation of the words, ii. 

167 

Boot-top, verbal use of the word, x. 225 
Border custom, ancient, revived at Lauder, vii. 

186, 296 
Borgard or Borgaard (Major- General Albert), 

d. 1751, his portrait, vii. 308 
Born in the purple, origin of the phrase, vi. 187 
Borrajo (E. M.) on Sir William Calvert, iii. 38. 

Children at executions, iii. 93. Clergyman as 

City Councillor, iii. 175. James II. medal, iii. 

376. "Military Discipline," v. 12. Norwich 

Court Rolls, v. 13. 

Borrett ( Elizabeth ) = Henry Palmer, iv. 288 
Borromeo (St. Charles), his portrait, vi. 68, 118 
Borrovian on Sorrow's ' Turkish Jester,' iii. 229 
Borrow (George), and St. Anthony of Padua, iii. 

8 ; his ' Turkish Jester,' 229, 335 ; his ' Wild 

Wales,' viii. 145 ; Spanish works in ' The 

Zincali,' x. 150, 276 
Bosgrave (James), imprisoned in Tower, 1580, 

ix. 184 

Bosh, origin of the word, xii. 325 
Bosham's Inn, Aldwych, its history, i. 105 
Boss, on Victor Hugo : reference wanted, viii. 90 
Bosses, mediaeval, from London buildings, ix. 18 
Bossey, family, v. 89 

Bossing, use and meaning of the word, vii. 192 
Bossom (John), Cook of University College, 

Oxford, xii. 150, 196, 275 
Bosting, in dressing stone, xi. 508 ; xii. 75, 113, 

193, 298 

Bostock coat of arms, ix. 130 

Bostock (R. C.) on JEdric, Duke of Mercia, vii. 51. 
Author of Quotation, xi. 355. Blackborough 

(William), Milton's relative, xi. 13. Childe 

Harold, viii. 495. Harley (Robert), Earl of 

Oxford, v. 390. William of Wykeham, i. 222 
Bosville family of Yorkshire, v. 169 



Boswell (James), note on the letter h in his 

' Johnson,' iii. 284 ; and ' Shrubs of Parnassus,' 

1760, vii. 429 ; his lodgings in Piccadilly, 

viii. 427 

Boswell and Fanshawe families, iii. 349 
Boswell-Stone (W. G.), his death, ii. 480 
Bosworth (G. F.) on Sir George Monoux, viii. 214 
Bosworth (Newton), d. 1848, his biography, vi. 343 
Boteler (William, Lord), of Wem, ii. 69 
Botemen, 1528-9, in churchwardens' accounts, 

xi. 369, 432 

Botha, surname, its origin, vii. 486 ; its pronuncia- 
tion, viii. 298 
Bothombar, in Dyce's * Skelton ' = Bootham Bar, 

vii. 165 
Both well (Lord), laying out Lincoln's Inn Fields, 

ii. 27 
Bottesford or Botesford, in Leicestershire, ii. 

349, 416 
Betting (James), public executioner, d. 1837, 

viii. 245 

Bottle, Stoughton, explanation of the term, vi. 8 
Bottleman, his duties in 1837, iii. 167 
Bottles, coloured, in chemists' shop-windows, 

v. 168, 231, 356 
Botzheim (Johannes von), an early teetotaller, 

vii. 386 

Boucher (Jonathan) and Washington, viii. 188 
Bouchier (Jonathan) on proverbs in the Waverley 

Novels, i. 383, 402 

Bough-pot, meaning of the word, x. 208, 257 
Boughten, use of the word, vi. 247 
Boughton (Gabriel), East India company surgeon, 

xii. 381 

Bouhourdis : jour de bouhourdis, explained, v. 467 
Boulter (W. C.) on Durham graduates, v. 47, 167 ; 

ix. 288. Nelson (Horatio), another, iv. 441. 
Boulton and Watt in America, 1786, viii. 326 
Boundaries and humorous incidents, vii. 30, 94 
Bouquet-holder, silver, probable date, ii. 50, 134 ; 
Bourbons, the " Black, iv. 206 
Bourdon House, Mayfair, its history, xii. 183 
Bourke (General J. C. R.), and Napoleon, ix. 8, 52 
Bourn (John) and Holt Castle, xii. 227, 291 
Bourne (Gilbert), d. c. 1595, his biography, vi. 

165, 294 

Bourne (H.) on Genevieve Collection, ii. 369 
Bourne (Vincent), his Latin verses to Hobson the 

carrier, v. 288 
Bourne, curious survival at White Bread Meadow, 

Bourne, in place-names, xi. 361, 449 ; xii. 130, 191, 

272, 372, 434 
Bouvear, Bouviere, or Beauvais family, via. 

251,315,414 

Bovate, use and meaning of the word, i. 1 >1 J 
Bow, Good Friday custom at, iii. 344 
Bow, last used in war, i. 225, 278, 437,497 
Bow Bridge, its history, i. 461 , 

Bowditch (A.) on ' Soubriquets and Nicknames, 

viii. 290 

Bowdon Parish Church, Cheshire, curious in- 
scription near, i. 85 

Bowen (H. P.) on Beth Reynolds, viii. 209 
Bowen (Thomas), his history of Bridewell, 

Bower (Col. John), our oldest military officer, x. 97 
Bowes, Yorkshire, ' Edwin and Emma epitaph 

at, v. 370, 431 

Bowes (Richard), his parentage, iv. 427 
Bowes Castle, Yorkshire, iv. 288 ; v. 116, 176, 235 

295 
Bowes family of Elford, iv. 408, 457 ; v. 12, 57 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Bowet, architectural lantern, the term, v. 126, 

Bowie (H. P.) on " Though lost to sight," xi. 249 

Bowie (John), Bishop of Kochester, his portrait 
iv. 428 

Bowls for reception of fees, x. 46, 98 

Bow-rake, use and meaning of the word, i. 85 

Bowtell (J.), his substitute for leather in book- 
binding, iii. 309 

Bowtell family, iv. 29, 134 

Box, black, and the Mayor of Bodmin, 1680, v. 408 

Boy Bishop at Rotherham, x. 506 

Boy Scouts, their war-song, x. 225 

Boyce family, ix. 370 

Boydell (Alderman John), his gifts to the Guild- 
hall, x. 101 

Boyle (J. B.) on Meaux Abbey, vi. 290 

Boyle (M. C.) on Rev. Arthur Galton, i. 349 

Boyle (Robert) on the Bible, i. 186 

Boylesve (Rene"), his ' L'Enfant a la Balustrade,' 
iii. 147 

Boyne, battle of, William III.'s charger at, ii. 
321, 370, 415, 453 ; iii. 137 ; ix. 329, 377, 
414 ; Army List, ix. 170 ; xii. 308 

Boyne man-of-war, c. 1700, xi. 9, 74 

Boyne Society, its history, xii. 188 

Boys (Capt.) and Captains of Deal Castle, xi. 487 

Boys (E. R. S.) on authors of quotations wanted, 
xii. 268 

Boys (H. W.) on name-puzzle in Spenser, ix. 48 

Boys (Thos.), Captain of Deal Castle, xii. 38 

Boys (V.) on banana, vi. 395 

Boz-pole, use of the word, vii. 106 

Bozzaris .-, authorship of ' Death of Bozzaris,' 
i. 268 

Br. on * A Scourge for the Assirian,' vii. 373. 
Cathay, vii. 418 

Brabrook (Sir E.) on Lintot Society, vi. 431. Mar- 
chetti collection of drawings, xii. 47. Raper 
(Matthew), xii. 367 

Brachet (A.), his ' Dictionnaire Etymologique de 
la Langue Francaise,' iii. 222, 445 

Brackenbury (H.) on Sir C. Hatton's title, i. 267 

Brackenbury (T.) on " faseole," a bean, xii. 274 

Bradbrook (W.) on B.V.M. and the birth of 
children, vii. 378. Carlyle on painting foam, 
vii. 373. Cowper's John Gilpin, vii. 516. 
Cricket : pictures and engravings, v. 177. 
Motherhood late in life, ix. 57. Population of 
a country parish, iv. 495. Royal arms in 
churches, v. 230. Shakespeare's bones, ix. 196. 
Upton Snodsbury discoveries, ii. 312. ' Village 
Blacksmith ' parodied, xi. 193. Williams 
(Erasmus), x. 258 

Bradbury (W. L.) on Punch ' Exhibition, x 327 

Braddon (Paul), artist, vi. 28 ; viii. 489 ; x. 417 ; 
xii. 91, 139, 177 

Bradford (J. G.) on Chingford Church, vi. 117. 
Edwards (Samuel Bradford), ii. 377. Totten- 
ham Churchyard, viii. 356 

Bradford-on-Avon, Steward monument at, ii. 
444 ; curious epitaph, xii. 507 

Bradlaugh (Charles), his pseudonym Iconoclast, 
v. 191, 212, 274 ; on Monism and Spinoza, 
x. 347 

Bradlaugh medal, ii. 348 

Bradley (A. G.), his * Highways and Byways in 
South Wales,' v. 143, 209, 452 ; on ' Highways 
and Byways in South Wales,' v. 209 

Bradley (B.) on Baptist Confession of Faith, iii. 89 

Bradley (Mrs. E. H.) on quotations wanted, vi. 489 

Bradley (H.) on final -ed in public reading, ii. 47. 
Marquois scales, ii. 187. Maskyll, iii. 107. 
Melton cloth : Melton jacket, iv. 467. " Metro- 



politan toe," y. 46. Mill-dog, vi. 87. Mill- 
stone of Spain, vi. 87. Miniver, vi. 266. 
Minority waiter, v. 510. Minuet, vi. 266. 
Mitis, vii. 68. Moaler, a kind of lamp, vii. 127. 
Mobarship, an office, vii. 267. Mohock, vii. 
267. Moke, a donkey, vii. 68. Moral courage, 
viii. 229. Morellianism, viii. 268. Mouch- 
araby, viii. 390. Multum, ix. 211. Plus and 
Minus, vi. 27. Quotations from Bacon and 
from Lamb, vi. 427. Sabariticke, ix. 488 ; 
x. 53. Samnitis, xi. 187. Saskatoon, xi. 207. 
Scarpine, instrument of torture, xii. 407. 
Waterloo : Charlotte, x. 271. 
Bradley (James), Astronomer Royal, his family, 

xii. 489 

Bradley (John), his ' Narrative of Travel,' iv. 407 
Bradley (J. W.) on St. Sidwell, xi. 377 
Bradley, co. Southampton, in the seventeenth 

century, i. 389, 456 
' Bradshaw's Railway Time-Tables,' pub. 1839, 

viii. 441 
Bragadino (Marcantonio), flayed alive by Turks, 

ii. 14 
Braham (Augustus) and " Though lost to sight," 

xii. 288 

Braham (Charles), his children, viii. 33 
Brahe" (Tycho), his star in 1572, iii. 346 
Braile, Belgian engineer, proposed big well, xii. 367 
Bramble (Col. J. R.) on * Clifford Priory,' vi. 218. 
' Directions to Churchwardens,' iii. 317. Nailsea 
Court, Somerset, vi. 311. Roman mound, v. 
296. St. Wilgefortis, v. 205. Soga, vi. 216 
Brampton, near Carlisle, Capon Tree at, ii. 285 
Brampton Bridge, Northants, and Charles I., 

viii. 209 
Bramwell family, sextons of Chapel-en-le-Frith 

277 years, x. 246 
Brandenburgh House Sale Catalogue, ix. 128, 

196, 277 
Brander (Gustavus), his MS. inventory of armour, 

vii. 268 
Brandon (Charles), Duke of Suffolk, his parentage, 

v. 9, 74 
Brandreth (H. S.) on Moliere on opium, xi. 88. 

" That 's another pair of shoes," xi. 169 
Brandt (H. C. G.) on haze, vii. 214. Portmanteau 

words and phrases, v. 512 
Branne and water diet, xii. 9, 78 
Brass, Fleetwood, at Chalfont St. Giles, vi. 88, 

137, 198, 316 
Brass rubbings, vii. 49 
Brass surname, its origin, viii. 350 ; ix. 358 ; 

x. 74, 136 

Brasses, in the Meyrick collection, v. 8 ; biblio- 
graphy of, vi. 47, 210, 275, 315 ; at Fivehead, 
vii. 27 ; at Faceby, 28 ; at the Bodleian, 42, 92 ; 
at Brown Candover and Wylson family, ix. 
189, 315 ; at Ryton-on-Tyne, 389 
Brassington (W. S.) on Shakespeare Visitors' 

Books, x. 515. Shakespeariana, ix. 264 
Brathwait (Richard), ' Huntsman's Raunge,' 

1633, iv. 467 
Braxton (Carter) and Herbert Spencer, i. 405 
Bray (Mrs. A. E.), her ' Autobiography,' iv. 410 
Bray (Sir R.), Speaker of House of Commons, 

xi. 267, 349 

Brayley (E. W.), his error in ' Londiniana,' iii. 
406 ; ' Memoirs of the Tower of London,' v. 
47, 114 ; description of Staines Bridge in his 
1 Surrey,' 52 
Brazen bijou, kitchen utensil, i. 369, 455 
Bread and water diet, xii. 9, 78 
Bread for the Lord's Day, ii. 209, 538 



TENTH SERIES. 



49 



Breaking the flag, the term in Royal Navy, vi. 
69, 196 

Breakspear (Nicholas), Pope Adrian IV., his 
death, x. 449 ; his biography, xi. 70 

Bream's Buildings, notes on, v. 66, 133, 517 ; 
demolition of St. Thomas's Church, viii. 26 ; 
origin of the name, viii. 206 ; x. 127 

Breath, foul, versions of the story, iii. 71 

Brebaine (Rene), Westminster scholar, vi. 449 

Breda (C. F. de), portrait painter, viii. 309, 416 

Brede Manor, Sussex, its history, xi. 308, 357, 377 

Breedon family, ix. 151, 454 

Breese in ' Hudibras,' meaning of the word, vii. 
446, 515 ; viii. 77, 113 

Bregandiris, Court Roll term, its meaning, vii. 249, 
317 

Br^guet (Abraham), clockmakerto Napoleon, i.446 

Brelan, old French card game, v. 29, 114, 177 

Bremar (Mrs.), her ladies' school, Blackheath Hill, 
x. 30 

Brembre (Tresilian), executed 1388, x. 236 ; his 
name, 306, 458, 516 

Bremond family, ix. 149 

Brenan (G.) on Sir Robert Howard, iv. 141. 
Mundy, i. 134 

Brent, the, as an ancient waterway, iii. 349 

Brentford, two Kings of, xii, 20 

Brereton (J. Le G.) on William Carpenter, ix. 248 

Brerewood (Edward), of B.N.C., his portrait, 
v. 208, 258, 337 

Breslar (M. L. R.) on Alderman's Walk, x. 290. 
Amel of Ujda, vii. 515. Beaconsfieldiana, vi. 
429. Bell inscriptions at Siresa, viii. 17. 
Buchanan (R.), his descent, xi. 489. Cam- 
bridge Heath : Bernales Buildings, xi. 289. 
Candlemas and Passover, xi. 324. ' Chovevi- 
Zion,' x. 453. Coffee, its etymology, xii. 112. 
' Come live with me," ii. 89, 434. Cromwell 
and Milton, ix. 214. De Tabley (Lord), x. 
229. Ellison (Henry), x. 8, 95, 137. Epi- 
taphiana, iii. 24. Fast = short of, ix. 209. 
Godfrey of Bouillon and Rashi, xii. 149. 
Hackney celebrities, viii. 86. Hampstead 
omnibus, viii. 157. " His end was peace," 
x. 517. Houses of historical interest, vi. 356 ; 
vii. 413 ; viii. 12. ' In essentials, unity," 
viii. 347. Intellectual harvest, late, ii. 54. 
Irish soil exported, iv. 113. Ito : Itoland, 
vi. 461 ; vii. 93. Jean Paul in English, x. 294. 
Jews and Jewesses in fiction, xii. 118. Jonson 
(Ben), his name, x. 158. ' Just before the 
battle, mother," iv. 208. Kaboose, ii. 106. Kean 
(Edmund), i. 449. Kennington, iii. 88. Lamb 
(C.), his Jewish extraction, vii. 121. Literary 
pastimes, vi. 28. Longfellow's ' Psalm of Life,' 
x. 272. Lopez (Sir Menasseh Massey), x. 96. 
Maginn (W.) and Moses Mendez, ix. 211. 
Mediterranean, x, 456. Milton and Hackney, 
xi. 388. Moloker, Yiddish term, x. 435. 
Monoux (Sir George), viii. 10. " Mors janua 
vitaV' viii. 456. Musical genius, vii. 433. 
" Nit Behamey," Yiddish phrase, viii. 135. 
' Old Sir Simon," xii. 490. Parnell (C. S.), 
his descent, x. 210. Pearl, x. 236. Pinto 
(Mendez), x. 488. Portfolio Society, ix. 510. 
Pot-gallery, viii. 254. Potter's Bar : Seven 
Kings, xi. 89, 335. Prayer for twins, iv. 176. 
Salarino, Salanio, and Salerio, ix. 113 ; x. 132, 
333. Shacklewell, iii. 288. Shacklewell Lane, x. 
126. Slink : slinking, viii. 478. Sneezing 
superstition, xi. 7. " Sorrow's crown of sorrows," 
ix. 68. Spring Hill Park : diversion of path, 
viii. 447. ' Story of my Heart,' xi. 130. 



" Taping shoos," vii. 259. Touching wood, vi. 

476. Treloar (Sir William) and B. L. Farjeon, 

viii. 287. Turner : Canaletto, i. 168. Vanished 

pastimes, iii. 26. Weeping willow, iv. 115. 

Whitman (Walt) on Alamo, Texas, xi. 510. 

Wordsworth and Browning, ix. 93. Worksop 

epitaphs, x. 503. Yale University, ix. 110. 
Breton (Nich.) and Shakespeare, literary parallel, 

vii. 247 

Brett, Bart., killed 1644, his identification, vii. 88 
Brett (A.) on Brett family, ix. 509 
Brett (Sir Alexander), killed 1627, x. 289, 352, 417 
Brett (C.) on Shakespeariana, i. 425 
Brett (Thomas), Westminster scholar, xi. 449 
Brett family, ix. 509 ; x. 289, 352, 417 
Brettenham Park, Suffolk, and Joseph Bonaparte, 

x. 109 

Breviary or Missal, its use, iv. 34, 75, 138 
Brew (T. S.) on authors of quotations wanted, xii. 

469 
Brewer (Anthony), his ' Lovesick King,' ii. 409, 

468, 496 ; iii. 113 
Brewer (E. Cobham), errors in ' Dictionary of 

Phrase and Fable,' ii. 362 ; his school at Mile 

End, Norwich, vi. 69, 497 
Brewetts, meaning of the word, iii. 371, 449 
Brf, meaning of the name, iv. 389 
Brian Boru in Smith's ' Cyclop asdia of Names,' 

iii. 307 

Brice and Den families, iv. 326 
Brick Court, Temple, Goldsmith's commemorative 

tablet in, vii. 385, 436 

Brickmaking and beerbrewing, early, viii. 465 
Brickwork, rod as measure for, x. 388 ; xi. 77, 

116, 237 

Bridal Stone, Cornish, ix. 509 
Bridal stones, x. 329, 394, 515 
Bride at church, xi. 10, 136 
Bridegroom, creeling the, vii. 186, 256, 296 ; 

at church, xi. 10, 136 
Bridewell, its history, v. 29 
Bridge, its derivation, i. 189, 250, 297, 394 
Bridge, flying, iii. 93, 274 
Bridge, Fulham, coloured print of, iv. 509 
Bridge, Lancaster, drawing of, c. 1780, viii. 168 
Bridge, Staines, its proportions, iv. 469, 536 
Bridge with figures of the Saviour, ix. 309 ; 

x. 476 
Bridger's Hill, Hants, origin of the name, 111. 189, 

338 
Bridges (Wm. Thomas), Winchester Commoner, 

iii. 7, 73 
Bridgewater Borough, foundation charter, xn. 

88, 132 

Bridle, a Pelham, the name, ii. 267 
Bridlington, pronunciation of the name, i. 471; 

ii. 36, 77 
Bridlington, St. John of, canonized by Boniface 

IX., vii. 497 
Brie (F. W. D.) on an Anglo-Norman chronicle, n. 

41 

Brief for Greek Christians, c. 1630, xi. 289, 357, 458 

Briefs, discovered at Claverley, Shropshire, i. 474 ; 
in 1742, x. 330, 375 

Brien (Viscount) and Kerr family of Lothian, iv. 
448 

Brierley (H.) on Richard Mosley Atkinson, xi. 118. 
Auriol (Charles James), xi. 177. Barton 
Grammar School, vii. 488 ; xii. 110. Crest 
and motto, xii. 289. Gowdike, viii. 
Greenteeth (Jenny), i. 365. Langbame (Gerald) 
1645-57, viii. 229. Martindale, Westmorland, 
vii. 230. TJnthank, ix. 351 



50 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Bright (John), and the Cave of Adullam, vi. 

230, 331 ; and Dr. Bright, 268, 356 
Bright (Miss L.) on Bright family, vi. 268 
Bright (Richard), M.D., his ' Travels through 

Lower Hungary,' viii. 170 
Bright (Dr. W.), his epitaph in Oxford Cathedral, 

i. 5 

Brightlingsea, election of deputy mayor, i. 72 
Brighton, Prior John at, 1514, ix. 387, 477, 497 ; 

flint pebbles at, xii. 50, 118, 178 
Brighton Herald, its centenary celebration, vi. 

198 

Brightwalton, Berks, field-names at, i. 228 
Brightwell (Daniel), Tennyson Concordance, xi. 

261, 353, 513 
Brightwell (George and William) at Edenfield 

School, Doncaster, xi. 353 
Brigstocke (G. R.) on Beldornie Press, vi. 132. 

Bennett of Baldock, ix. 333. Brigstocke (Owen), 

ii. 237 ; iii. 452 ; iv. 217. Browne (Sir Thomas), 

iii. 267 ; xi. 474. Byrt of Shrophouse, ii. 449. 

Harlsey Castle, co. York, ii. 89. Hopson 

(Admiral Sir T.), i. 269. Navy Office Seal, 

iii. 329. Player (Sir Thomas), v. 189. Powlett 

of Sombourn, ix. 109. Willock of Bordley, 

ii. 276 
Brigstocke (Owen), d. 1689-90, his biography, 

iii. 452 
Brigstocke (Owen), d. 1746, his biography, ii. 

86, 237 

Brigstocke family, iv. 113, 217 
Brill, the, Somers Town, its name, xi. 26 
Brillat-Savarin in New York, xi. 507 
Brimer and brimade : rag and ragging, v. 507 
Brindley (James), engineer, his biography, i. 310, 

375 

Bring, its archaic use, xii. 7, 75 
Brinklow family inquired after, vii. 50 
Bristol (Earl of), his house in the City, 1628, xii, 50 
Bristol, and the slave trade, ii. 108, 193, 257 ; 

xi. 6 ; old maps of, vi. 147 
Bristol Merchant Adventurers' Company, early, 

iv. 69 

Bristol pottery plate and shoe, c. 1760, ix. 408 
Brisson's ' Ornithologie,' iv. 105 
Bristow on Eugene Aram, i. 389 
Britain, Tennyson on, i. 166 ; boars and bears in, 

ii. 248, 489 ; as " Queen of Isles," 365 ; Sir H. 

Campbell-Bannerman on her supremacy at 

sea, vii. 169, 234 

Britain : Great Britain, early reference, xi. 66 
Britain, Greater, flags of, xii. 226 
Britain, Little, its history, vi. 146 
Britannia as the national emblem, xi. 168, 274 
British Association, Huxley and Bishop S. Wilber- 

force at, x. 209, 335 
' British Biography ' of the eighteenth century, 

ix. 50, 98 

' British Controversalist,' articles in, xii. 109, 173 
British Embassy in Paris, its history, i. 68 
British Isles, mirages observed in, viii. 155 ; 

statues and memorials in, x. 387 ; xi. 441 ; xii. 

51, 114, 181, 401 
British mezzotinters, ii. 481, 521 
British Museum Library : Catalogues, vi. 87 ; 

xi. 105 ; tickets, xi. 245 
British names, early, their interpretation, vii. 101, 

363 

British provincial book-trade, 1641-67, x. 141. 
See also Booksellers, provincial. 
British regiment in Burma, 1852, ix. 330 
British waters, Dutch fishermen in, i. 87 
Britisher, use of the word, vii. 243 



Britons, works on the ancient, i. 169 ; described 

as a "holy nation," v. 308, 417; their castle 

architecture, x. 255 
Britons dying abroad, memorial inscriptions, 

i. 361, 442, 482 ; ii. 155 ; iii. 361, 433 ; v. 381 ; 

vi. 4, 124, 195, 302, 406, 446 ; vii. 165 ; viii. 

63, 161, 242, 362, 423 ; ix. 224, 344, 443 ; 

x. 24, 223, 324, 463 ; xi. 25, 163, 325 ; xii. 

105, 183, 303, 362 
Brittany, idolatrous folk-lore in, viii. 409 ; ix. 17 j 

wreckers in, xi. 446 
Britten, East London burial-ground, xi. 29, 174 
Britton (John), ' Memoirs of the Tower of London,' 

v. 47, 114 ; error in ' Tunbridge Wells,' ix. 

127 ; Shakespeare memorial project, 1820, 246, 

332, 392 

Brixham, Coffin House at, i. 388, 493 
Brixton, Sir W. Raleigh's house at, x. 348, 411 
Broach or brooch, spelling of the word, iii. 28, 78 
Broadley (A. M.) on a caricature, ix. 427. Cawdor 

dispatch, xii. 53. Civil War documents, xi. 228. 

Convivial clubs, ix. 448. Khaibar (Grand), x. 

107. Somers (Sir George), x. 28. Williams 

(Erasmus), x. 208 

Broadside, seventeenth century, Guildhall dona- 
tion, xi. 505 

Broadsides and chapbooks, iv. 327, 413 
Broad wood & Son on Westminster changes, vii. 193 
Brochells or Brokheles (John), Rector of Tenby, 

vi. 230, 353 

Brock = badger, use of the word, v. 389, 432 
Brockett = Dockwra, brass in East Hatley Church, 

ix. 89 
Brockholes (Robert), Merchant Taylor scholar, 

vi. 230, 353 

Brocklehurst on Mozart, iv. 409 
Brockwell (M. W.) on Gainsborough's signed 

pictures, xi. 368. Lancaster, painter, xi. 490 
Brocky, picture ' Granting a Charter to Hungary,' 

xii. 329 

Brodribb (C. W.) on Miltoniana, vii. 87 
Broken Cross, Westminster, 1687, xi. 49, 111 
Broken heart, metaphorical pathology of the 

phrase, iii. 9, 77, 132 
Brokenselde, tavern name, its etymology, xi. 

10, 58, 110, 172, 233, 517 ; xii. 54 
Broker : " honest broker," ii. 369 
Bromborough (Edward), Winchester scholar, vi. 

189 
Bromby (E. H.) on Beggearn-Huish, vi. 409. 

Brumby, vii. 254. Cricket pictures, iv. 496. 

Postliminious, ix. 48. Ruiven (Nicholas van), 

vi. 388. Victoria (Queen), her maiden name, 

iii. 413. Westralia, viii. 327. 
Brome family of Bishop's Stortford, i. 368 
Bromide rotary process, vii. 96 
Bromley borough coat of arms, ii. 366 
Bronte (Charlotte), ' Jane Eyre ' and Minerva 

Lane, xi. 67 

Bronte (Patrick) : Mr. Prunty, iv. 100 
Bronte = Prunty, origin of the surname, viii. 270 ; 

ix. 237 

Bronte family and Rev. Dr. Pronty, xii. 210 
Brooch of Lorn and Queen Victoria, vii. 327 
Brooch or broach, spelling of the word, iii. 28, 78 
Brooke (C. P. T.), his * Shakespeare Apocrypha,' 

x. 345 
Brooke (Henry), his portrait by John Lewis, 

i. 87, 153 
Brooke (Henry) on John Lewis, portrait painter, 

i. 153 
Brooke (J. T.) on Right Hon. William Conolly, 

vi. 516. Novel wanted, viii. 235 



TENTH SERIES. 



51 



Brooke (N.)> his ' Observations on Italy,' xii. 289 
Brooks (John Crosse) and Dickens, vi. 244, 373 
Brooks (Shirley), rebus letter from Du Maurier, 

ix. 9, 52 

Broom plant as French workman's badge, vii. 466 
Broom-squire, origin of the term, ii. 145, 198, 

252 

Broseley, All Saints' Church, briefs for, i. 475 
Brotanek (R. F.) on chapbooks and broadsides, 

iv. 327 
Brothers and sisters bearing same Christian name, 

i. 67, 257, 315, 457 
Brothers bearing same Christian name, vii. 

246, 413 

Brotherton (Sir T. W.), his biography, xii. 490 
Brou, its interesting church, vi. 148, 175, 196 
Brough (B. H.) on Tinners in military musters, 

viii. 55 
Brougham (Henry, Lord), steamer called after him, 

v. 269, 337, 511 ; Richard Cobden on, 501 ; 

and ' Punch,' vii. 246 ; errors in his life of 

Gibbon, viii. 386 

Brougham Castle and Hall, iv. 229, 293, 329, 373 
Browker surname, its origin, viii. 167 
Brown (B. ) on ' A Poetical Revenge,' vii. 369 
Brown (Edward Maxwell), of London, 1795, iv. 

409 

Brown (F. G.) on * The Christmas Boys,' vii. 30 
Brown (G. L.) on Archbishop Kempe, v. 13 
Brown (Hamilton), companion of Byron, viii. 27 
Brown (Horatio F.) on Consul Smith, iv. 221, 

282, 383 
Brown (J.) on Campbell, x. 393. Comether, xi. 

417. "Dish of tea," xii. 377. Ebbin, a 

Christian name, viii. 397. Epitaphs, xii. 507. 

Flint and steel, vii. 377. Flint pebbles at 

Brighton, xii. 50, 178. Gloucestershire epi- 
taphs, xii. 507. Pins substituted for thorns, 

xii. 158. Piscon-led, viii. 178. * Rock of 

Ages ' : Gladstone's Latin version, vii. 369. 

Sacred place-names in foreign lands, xii. 493. 

Words and phrases in American newspapers, 

xii. 270 
Brown (Rev. John), his ' Self-Interpreting Bible,' 

iii. 228 

Brown (J. W.) on " Lying Bishop," vii. 449 
Brown (Madox), his painting of Howe's victory, 

x. 407 

Brown (Mrs.) on Dorothy Chamberlen, ix. 509 
Brown (Thomas), Elizabethan gunfounder, v. 

21, 91, 154 

Brown (T. E.), Manx poet, memorial to, xii. 146 
Brown (W.) on original registers, iv. 235 
Brown (William), of Durham, d. 1854, ix. 367 
Brown ( W. C. ) on Sir Francis Drake's diary, vii.450 
Brown (W. R. H.), Governor of Newgate, i. 126 
Brown Bess, applied to a musket, v. 21, 91, 154, 

414 

Brown Candover Church, brass at, ix. 189, 315 
Browne (Sir Thomas), his epitaph in St. Peter's, 

Mancroft, Norwich, iii. 267 ; on oblivion, iv. 

128, 214 ; his daughter and her descendants, 

v. 169, 232 ; his skull, 346, 397 ; his ' Religio 

Medici,' 1707, vii. 288 ; his knighthood, viii. 

130, 173 ; quotation from ' Hydriotaphia,' 

ix. 484 ; x. 56 ; and Anne Townshend, xi. 410, 

473 ; xii. 36 
Browne (W.), of Tavistock, his " Inner Temple 

Masque," ii. 366 
Browne (W. H.) on Kennedy family of Cullean, 



v. 128 

Browning 

xii. 174 



(B.) on Bec-en-Hent, house-name, 



Browning (C. W.) on Milton's ' L' Allegro,' vi. 475 
Browning (E. B.), her 'Aurora Leigh,' i. 47; 
centenary celebration, v. 204, 224, 267 ; in- 
scription at Florence on, x. 224 ; and Sappho, 
xii. 490 

Browning (Robert), " He himself with his human 
hair" in 'Christmas Eve,' i. 208, 237; "Thunder 
free" in ' Pippa Passes,' i. 504; ii. 73, 193; 
astronomy in ' Sordello, v. 294 ; identification 
of " Kentish Sir Byng," vi. 230 ; portrait by 
Leighton, viii. 67 ; and Wordsworth, literary 
parallel, viii. 466 ; ix. 33, 93, 257 ; passage 
in ' Sordello,' ix. 50 ; Miramolin in ' Sordello, 
xi. 45 ; as a preacher, xii. 187, 258 
Browning (W. F.) on Bacon's apophthegms, vii. 
435. Coal "Hole," v. 394. False quantities 
in Parliament, ii. 418. ' Titus Andronicus 
on the stage, ii. 366 
Browning societies, ii. 67 

Brownley (Mr.), journalistic orator, c. 1801, v. 28 
Brownwell (T.) on Cope of Bramshill, iii. 87 ^ 

Bruce (Michael) and couplet, " In every pang, 

ii. 166 

Bruce (Robert), his heart, iii. 60 ; his sword, 
viii. 261, 370 ; and the slaying of Red Comyn, 
310, 456 

Bruce (William), physician to King of Poland, 

x. 249, 298 ft ,no 

Brudenell (Elizabeth), portrait as Diana, iv. 29,19d 

Bruges, crown in spire of Notre Dame, i. 157 ; 

pronunciation of the name, x. 408, 473 ; xi. 

74, 134, 254, 318 ; xii. 214 

Bruhl (Count), his tailor in Dresden china, vn. 

292, 476 
Brumby, Australian wild horse, its derivation, 

vi. 430, 476 ; vii. 254 

Brummell (Beau) and evening dress, vii. 95 
Brunner (J.) on tankard with coat of arms, xi. d4 
Brunskill (William), public executioner, 1794, 
viii. 245 OQQ 

Brunswick (Duke of) and Brunswick Hotel, x. ^y 
Brunswick Society, its history, xii. 188 
Brushfield (T. N.) on bell-horses: pack-horses, 
vii. 110. Bibliographical queries, iv. 95. 
Blood used in building, iii. 34. Bull and 



Mouth,' 



ix. 



IJJ. UtUMMUKf " - nm 

377. Christie (J. H.), iv. 252. 



'Edwin Drood ' continued, i. 37. Ivy Lane, 
Strand, v. 81. ' Living Librarie,' by P. 
Camerarius, iv. 494. Lundy Island, iv. 10. 
Packhorse crooks, viii. 27. Parish clerk, ill. . I '. 
Pressing to death, vi. 273. Quotations wanted, 
iv. 273. Raleigh : his head, i. 130 ; two 
portraits, 310; substituted portrait, 40d. 
Raleigh's ' Historic of the World,' m ; 274. 
Rushbearing, iv. 278. Stukeley (Sir Lewis), his 
'Petition,' iii. 428. Tideswell and Tideslpw, 
i. 52, 190, 372. Wood's ' Ath. Oxon.,' ed. Bliss : 
Sir W. Ralegh, iii. 62 
Bruton Church, Williamsburg, Virginia, Bible 

presented by King Edward VII., viii. 406 
Brutus on martyrdom of St. Thomas, i. * 5 *; 
Nelson and Wolsey, i. 308. Nine parts of 
speech, i. 337. Ovoca or Avoca ? x. dU. 
St. Anthony's bread, viii. 230. Swedish royal 
family, iii. 409 

Bryan on Barry O'Meara, xii. 366 
Bryant (F. E.) on dim of the Clough, xii. 386. 
Buccado, meaning of Spanish word, x. 87, lift t 
Buchanan (F. C.) on Dekker's ' Sweet Content, 
v. 194. Guineas, v. 195. Pic-nic, a carnage, 

Buchanan (George), as professional jester, iv. 
147, 234, 317 ; on tobacco, viii. 86 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Buchanan (Capt. John), his widow married to 

Warren Hastings, i. 426, 494 ; ii. 10 
Buchanan (John Lanne), ' D.N.B.' on, ix. 272 
Buchanan (Mary), first wife of Warren Hastings, 

i. 426, 494 ; ii. 10 
Buchanan (Robert), and Caledonian Coffee-house 

in Covent Garden, iii. 189, 277 ; his descent, 

xi. 489 

Buck = Indian man, i. 65 
Buck (Adam), his portraits, viii. 400 
Buck (Samuel and Nathaniel), engravers, 1. 309, 

336, 370 
Buck (Timothy), Westminster scholar c. 1748, 

iv. 509 

Buck -leap, use and meaning of the word, i. 85 
Bucke (Robert) and Croppenbergh family, viii. 

67, 112 

Buckeridge (Bishop), his birthplace, i. 287 
Bucket, in " Kick the bucket," i. 412 
Buckie (Groatie), myth connected with the, iv. 

530 
Buckingham (Duke of), ode on Purcell's death, ii. 

261 
Buckingham and St. Margaret's, Westminster, 

connected in 1699, vii. 427 
Buckland, Herts, rectors of, ii. 227 
Buckle (H.) on British regiment in Burma, ix. 330 
Buckle (H. T.), ' History of Civilization,' xii. 

328, 414 
Bucklee (M. E.) on Bewdley a hundred years ago, 

vi. 308. Cosway and Mrs. Harding, vii. 309. 

Link with Charles I.'s execution, vii. 87 
Buckley (Capt.) and Mrs. Errington, xii. 368, 435 
Buckrose, Yorkshire Parliamentary division, ix. 

449, 492 
Bucks, Good Fellows, and convivial societies, 

ix. 448 

Buckton (J. D.) on Col. Darcye's Regiment, ix. 108 
Buckworth tomb at Tottenham, viii. 247, 355, 437 
Buda-Pest, flying bridge at, in 1702, ii. 406, 491 
Budgee, a kind of ape, x. 89, 137, 253 
Budgen (Rev. W.) on rood-loft piscina, viii. 506 
Buff, misreading for " bussis," x. 170, 216 
Bugman, Abb Gregoire's error, ii. 246 
Building, blood used in, ii. 389, 455 ; iii. 34, 76, 

114, 173, 372 

Building customs and folk-lore, i. 407, 515 
Building terms : putlog, pudding, xi. 328, 498 
Buildings, public inscriptions on, i. 448, 516 ; 

dated stones in, vi. 349, 412, 453 
Bulgewarium, word in 1248, ix. 88 
Bulk and Baskish bulka, vii. 227, 273, 374 
Bulkmaster, meaning of the term, vii. 246, 418 
Bull and boar, parish, in sixteenth century, vii. 126 
Bullen (M. W.) on Baines family, iv. 330, 537. 

Vane of Kent, iv. 165 
Bullen (R. Freeman) on ' Aryan Sun-Myths,' vi. 16. 

Brewer (Rev. E. C.), his school at Mile End, 

vi. 69. Diss, xii. 170. Macaulay on examina- 
tions, viii. 237. Prize, ix. 178. Tuesday 
Night's Club, xi. 415 
Bullim, its locality, vi. 68, 113 
Bullingdon Club, Oxford, xi. 49 ; its history, xii. 

108 
Bulloch (J.) on Shakespeare and the musical 

glasses, v. 128 
Bulloch (J. M.) on banishment certificate, x. 230. 
Carlyle and Lady Bannennan, vii. 210. " Baron 
of Franker," vi. 268. Barony of Carnousie, ix 
347. Baxter (A. Macduff), vii. 328. Beeswing 
Club, xii. 449. Beldornie Press, v. 269 
Blacklock (Thomas), ii. 396. Blackwel 
(Barnaby), banker, viii. 30. Bruce (William) in 



Poland, x. 249. Castleman family, x. 69. 
Christie (J. H.), iv. 252. Cocks (Kitty), 
Countess of Stamford, viii. 328. Cromartie 
(Lord), his issue, v. 28. 'D.N.B.': additions 
and corrections, ix. 272. Dublin Club in 1703 : 
Lewis Gordon, xii. 306. English officials under 
foreign Governments, iii. 130. Evans : Sy- 
monds: Hering: Garden, iv. 397. Fencible 
regiment, v. 230. Ford Church, c. 1670, vii. 
508. Foreigners in Tottenham, xi. 144. Gin 
distillery in Bermondsey, v. 349. Glen family, 
iv. 68. Glencairn (Lord), xii. 248. Gordon 
(Archer), viii. 8. Gordon (C. A.), ' Concise 
History of the House of Gordon,' vi. 169. 
Gordon (Lady Charlotte), x. 10. Gordon (Sir 
Cosmo), Byron biographer, vii. 89. Gordon 
(first Duke of), his birth, x. 7. Gordon (Duchess 
of), ii. 427. Gordon (E.), Sergeant-at-Arms, 
ii. 347. Gordon (George), friend of Porson* 
xii. 329. Gordon (James) of the Surtees 
Society, viii. 290. Gordon (John) and Zoffany, 
i. 107. Gordon (Rev. John) and ' New Sta- 
tistical Account of Scotland,' viii. 190. Gordon 
(Rev. John) L.M.S., ix. 209. Gordon (L.), teacher 
of the deaf, xi. 209. Gordon (M.), minor poet, 
xi. 189. Gordon (Hon. Mrs.), her suicide, 
ix. 449. Gordon (Mrs.), tall Essex woman, ii. 
128. Gordon (Rev. Osborne), vii. 390. Gordon 
(Patrick), the geographer : Peter Gordon, iii. 
283, 324. Gordon (Lord Robert), x. 89. 
Gordon (Dr. W.) of Berbici, ix. 509. Gordon 
(Dr. W.) of Bristol, x. 349. Gordon (Sir 
William), banker, v. 449. Gordon and Short 
families, x. 830. " Gordon Case ' and Pope 
Clement XL, viii. 450. Gordon epitaph, ii. 50. 
Gordon House, Kentish Town, v. 490 ; ix. 413. 
Gordon letters, v. 170 ; ix. 417. Gordon, 
name in Russia, v. 469. Gordon tartan : its 
origin, ix. 6. Gordon of West Indies, v. 214. 
Gordon's formulae, v. 328. Gordons in Alsace, 
vi. 269. Gordons of Messina, x. 8. Hesse- 
Danish alliance, xi. 129. Highlanders bar- 
badosed, viii. 176. Hope (Lady) of Kerse, vi. 
27. Italian genealogy, xi. 73. Jamaica records 
viii. 478. Kant's descent, iii. 157. Kemble 
(Henry Stephen), vii. 9. Kenmure peerage, iii. 
329. Latham (Rev. Robert Gordon), iv. 469. 
* Les Jumelles,' iv. 9. Livingstone family, 
vi. 389. Luther family, iii. 176. Mysteries 
of the Embo baronetcy, vii. 246, 372 ; x. 234. 
' National Journal,' 1746, x. 49. Never Never 
Land, xi. 158. Orange River, its explorer, 
vi. 189. Paper-making inventions, v. 208. 
" Parthenopseus Hereticus," x. 149. Penne- 
cuik (Alex.) and the Louvre, x. 189. Poly- 
technic Institution, 1838, v. 389. Roosevelt 
(President), his Scots ancestry, v. 65. Rudyard 
family, vii. 328. Sanders portrait of the Duke 
of Gordon, ix. 289. ' Sketches and Recollec- 
tions of West Indies,' viii. 231. Stannus (Lady), 
iv. 188. Toole (J. L.), vi. 469. Vining family, 
vii. 28. Von Gordon family, iii. 248. Wesley 
(John) and gardens, iii. 111. West India Regi- 
ment, 8th, ix. 168. Wine for the King^of 
Spain, vii. 270 

Bullock (A. E.) on Pope of Wroxton, ix. 347 
Bullock (Hugh), 1634, xi. 277 ; xii. 16 
Bullock (T.) on Henry Sanderson, clockmaker, 

iv. 148 

Bullock (Thomas), sportsman, d. 1802, xi. 507 
Bullock (W.) on Virginia, 1649, xi. 169, 236, 277 
Bulwer (E. and H.) and Hortense Allart ix. 30, 56 
Bumble-bee on saint with five stars, v. 348 j 



TENTH SEEIES. 



53 



Bumble-puppy, the game, vii. 306, 456 ; viii. 

72,293 

Bumper, derivation of the word, ii. 28 
Bumper, pledging in a, vi. 7, 92, 132 
Bumping or beating the bounds, its origin, ii. 113. 

See also Beating the bounds. 

Bumpus (T. F.) on Chapel Royal, Savoy, vii. 429 
Bung, etymology of the word, v. 422 
Bungay and Bacon, the name combination, viii. 69 
Bunney = a gully, i. 489 ; ii. 13, 115 
Buns, cross sign on, ix. 345, 436 ; x. 157 
Bunsen (Chevalier) on the Vale of York, vi. 29 
Bunt, Russian word for riot, iii. 145 
Bunyan (John), " Mr. Get i' th' hundred," iv. 88 ; 

his will, viii. 468 

Bunyan and Milton genealogies, vii. 329 ; viii. 15 
Burch (E. T.) on Gibbon, ch. Ivi. note 81, iv. 167 
Burch, Birch, or Byrch families, i. 328, 417 
Burchell (Dr. W. J.), his diary and collections, ii. 

486 ; iii. 77 

Burden (J.) on " What you but see," ix. 493 
Burden (C.'S.) on Wren and Freemasonry, xii. 286 
Burfoot family, ix. 130 

Burford stone, used for St. Paul's Cathedral, iv. 114 
Burford's Panorama, description of, iii. 474 
Burgator, use of the word, 1701, xii. 26, 70 
Burge (C. O.) on Cowper and Rev. Mr. Van Lier, 

xii. 347 

Burgess & Son (J.) on paste, i. 510 
Burgh (Hugo de) and Queen Matilda, legend of, 

iii. 408 
Burghclere (Lord) on setting of precious stones, 

i. 29 
Burglars, lump of coal as charm for, vii. 426 ; 

viii. 75 

Burgo (Johannis de), his writings, vi. 408 
Burgos, the ' Christ ' of, iii. 192, 336 ; vi. 309, 394 
Burgoyne (Bartholomew), Act of Parliament, ix. 

381 

Burgoyne (Capt.), V.C., his biography, vi. 469 
Burgoyne (F. J.) on canon v. prebendary, vi. 314. 
Goethe on Shakespeare, ix. 70. London statues 
and memorials, x. 258. ' Philobiblion,' ix. 93. 
* Progress of Madness,' ix. 14 
Burial and funeral, c. 1413, distinction between, 

viii. 9, 73 

Burial custom in Scotland, iv. 10, 76 
Burial half within and half without a church, 

xi. 108, 230, 318 
Burial in woollen, v. 467 

Burial of suicides in the open fields, v. 76, 173 
Burial with the face uncovered, viii. 90, 137, 

215, 254 
Burial-ground, English, at Lisbon, ii. 448 ; iii. 

34, 135 

Burial-ground, Greyfriars, iv. 205, 253, 352 
Burial-ground, military, in West Indies, v. 61, 104 
Burial-ground, St. George's, Hanover Square, 

x. 8, 57 

Burial-grounds, their consecration, vi. 9, 76 ; 
Nonconformist, ix. 188, 233, 297, 336, 434 ; 
x. 31, 150, 237, 334 

Burial-places : of celebrities, iii. 449 ; of notable 
Englishwomen, xii. 207, 253, 298 ; of notable 
actresses, 449, 513 

Burials, intro-mural, their cessation, ii. 394 
Burials at Nice : Capt. James King, x. 57 
Burke (A. M.) on William Bullock, xi. 236 
Burke (Edmund), his speech on ' The Nabob of 
Arcot's Debts,' viii. 404 ; his Sybil epigram, 426 
Burke's ' Peerage,' error in Royal pedigree, v. 227 
Burke's ' Royal Descents,' Joan, daughter of 
James I. of Scotland, in, i. 507 



Burleigh (Lord) and Polonius, iii. 305, 416 
Burleigh Street, Strand, destruction of St. Michael's 

Church, v. 181, 507 
Burlington, pronunciation of the name, ii. 36, 77 ; 

written Bridlington, i. 471 
Burma, languages in, vii. 166 ; British regiment 

in, 1852, ix. 330 
Burmese god, vii. 429 
Bunnester (F.) on " Plus je connais les hommes," 

x. 188 
Burn (J. S.), his 'History of Parish Registers,' ix. 

170 

Bnirne- Jones (Sir E.), his tomb at Rottingdean, 
viii. 288 ; lines used by, 449 ; his ' Heart of 
the Rose,' ix. 48, 158 
Burneis, meaning of the word, ii. 368 
Burnell family, xii. 289 
Burnet (Gilbert), ' Letters from Switzerland, 

Italy,' viii. 449 

Burnet and Mair families, iii. 149 
Burney (Charles), collation of ' History of Music/ 

x. 9, 57 ; plates in first volume, xii. 494 
Burney (Rev. E. A.) on Burney family, vi. 92 
Burney (Fanny), her ' Cecilia,' vi. 91 
Burney (James), portrait painter, his biography, 

xi. 308 

Burney Collection of Theatrical Portraits, v. 449 
Burney family, v. 269, 510 ; vi. 56, 92, 112 
Burnham (Lord), and Indian Mutiny veterans, 

ix. 2 

Bnrnham Society, Somerset, 1798, objects ex- 
plained, ix. 28, 77, 291 

Burns (Robert), English commentators on, i. 261, 
321, 375, 456 ; " Her prentice hand " and other 
anticipations, 286, 357, 371 ; and Prof. Wilson, 
Ii. 306 ; Cruikshank's designs for ' Tarn o r 
Shanter,' 309 ; his ' Twa Dogs ' and Cervantes, 
465 ; parody on " Scots wha hae," 488 ; letters 
to George Thomson, iii. 148, 213 ; and Young, 
parallel passages, 466 ; his last words, iv. 45 ; 
" loan " in ' The Twa Dogs,' 70 ; and " Palace 
of Traquair," 387, 437 ; and the song ' Charlie, 
He 's my Darling,' v. 45 ; his ' Bonnie Lesley,* 
345 ; his use of " solitary " as a substantive, vi. 
275 ; his " Mensuration School," viii. 70, 115 ; 
anonymous song attributed to, 305 
Burnt alive, girl sentenced to be, vi. 129, 176, 

235, 273 

Burris, meaning of the word, ii. 368 
Burrough (Sir James), d. 1837, viii. 430, 473 
Burrowes (Robert), Dean of Cork, his writings, 

viii, 209 

Burst, use of " bust " for, iv. 105 
Burstall (Timothy), his steam coach, 1825, xii. 

31, 96, 158, 414 
Burt (Rev. Robert) and Mrs. Fitzherbert's 

marriage, v. 307 
Burton (A.) on earl's eldest son and supporters, 

v. 408. " From the thick film," v. 129 
Burton (James), J. Birkett, and St. Leonards, 

xii. 285 

Burton (Richard), his * Scented Garden,' vii. 449 
Burton (Robert), errors in Shilleto's edition of 
1 Anatomy of Melancholy,' i. 42, 163, 203, 
282 ; ii. 124, 223, 442 ; iii. 203 ; iv. 25, 523 ; 
v, 146 ; vi. 143 ; vii. 103, 184 ; x. 383 ; xi. 65 ; 
on Josephus Struthius, ii. 108, 151 ; and Dr. 
Johnson, vi. 294 ; and Fletcher, 464 ; and Mr. 
Joseph Chamberlain, vii. 208 ; his ' Anatomy 
of Melancholy,' presentation copy, viii. 32 
Meswinde the Fair in 'Anatomy of Melancholy, 
ix. 8, 54, 77 ; and John Barclay and Theodorus 



Prodromus, xi. 



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' Anatomy,' 168 ; and Jacques Ferrand's 

' Melancholic erotique,' 286 ; Latin poem, xii. 

106 ; Urceo quoted by, 185 ; Chinese proverb 

in ' Anatomy.' 277 : scene of ' Philosophaster, 1 

325 

Burton Abbey Cartulary, its ownership, iii< 127 
Burton's line, lead-poisoning symptom, its dis- 
coverer, xi. 187, 212 

Bury (Arthur), his ' Naked Gospel,' xii. 130 
Bury (Lady Charlotte Susan Maria), her ' Diary ' 

and C. K. Sharpe, viii. 387, 455 ; ' D.N.B.' on, 

ix. 273 

Bury (H.) on quotations wanted, v. 449 
Bury family, v. 349, 396, 437, 513 
Bury Parish Registers, certificate of touching for 

king's evil, vi. 345 

Bury St. Edmunds Abbey, model of, vi. 488 
Bus, sunken land of, vi. Ill 
Bus, used for omnibus, viii. 147, 295 
Busbequius, flying Turk mentioned by, xii. 127, 

236 

Buse surname, iii. 309 
' Bush Tavern," Bristol, in 1787, xi. 7 
Bushell (Brown), date of his execution in 1651, 

iv. 46 

Bushell (S. W.) on arms on punchbowl, ix. 33 
Bushell (W. D.) on Hermitage, Harrow, iii. 467 
Buskin, etymology of the word, vii. 25 
Buss (O.) on George Almar, vi. 252 
Busaemaker (Prof.), of Groningen, his writings, ii. 

527 

Bust and burst, use of the word, iv. 105 
Busy = intricate, use of the word, xii. 467 
Butcher, pronunciation of the word, v. 388 
Butcher Hall Street, derivation of the name, ii. 

28, 117 

Butchers exempted from juries, vii. 449 ; viii. 17 
Butler (A. J.) on Gilbert Burnet's * Letters from 

Switzerland, Italy,' &c., viii. 449. 'Le Terze 

Rime di Dante,' 1502, viii. 427 
Butler (Billy), the hunting parson, x. 310, 395, 

453; xi. 15, 172 
Butler (C. E.) on John Butler, M.P. for Sussex, 

iii. 416. Butler of Toderstaff, v. 517. De Ros 

family, vi. 348. Montford arms, v. 294 
Butler (Gabriel) of Earswell, co. Southampton, 

ii. 527 

Butler (Geoffrey) on Gabriel Butler, ii. 527 
Butler (James), Duke of Ormond, his later life, 

iv. 467, 536 

Butler (Dr. James Davie), his death, iv. 480 
Butler (John), M.P. for Sussex, ii. 129 ; iii. 257, 

311, 416 
Butler (John) of Mullaghowny, temp. Charles I., 

x. 290 

Butler (J. C.) on Billy Butler, x. 310 
Butler (Samuel), and Milk Street, iii. 168; breese 

in * Hudibras,' vii. 446, 515 ; viii. 77, 113; and 

toothache, x. 122 

Butler family of Toderstaff, v. 468, 517 
Butter, Irish bog, v. 308, 353, 416, 496 
Butterfly in Baskish, iii. 226 
Butterworth, place-name, its derivation, xii. 

9, 91 
Butterworth (Major S.) on Anglo-Indian ' Little 

Jack Homer,' vii. 97. ' As You Like It,' I. i., 

vi. 505. Authors of quotations, viii. 374. 

Blake and Coleridge, v. 135. Blake's songs : 

early private reprint, vi. 473; vii. 56. Boer 

War of 1881, i. 277. Browne (Sir Thomas), 

his knighthood, viii. 173. Christabel, ix. 112. 

Coleridge items, ix. 133. Coleridge (Hartley), 

x. 118. Cowper, Lamb, or Hood ? vii. 11. 



Critical trunk-maker, v. 433. ' Dandies' Ball,' 
Jx. 217. Dyer (George), iii. 282. Hayley and 
Blake, viii. 277. Hazlittiana, ix. 177. Lamb 
(C.), iv. 512, 538. Lamb (C.) at weddings, v. 
265. Lamb (C.), his Jewish extraction, vii. 

212 ; on Thicknesse's ' France,' 274. Lamb 
allusion explained, v. 225. " Ocean 'mid his 
uproar wild," v. 77. "Phil Elia," iii. 112. 
Plump in voting, vi. 276, 377. Quotations 
wanted, v. 248, 295. Rowe's ' Shakespeare,' 
vii. 117. S, its long and short forms, viii. 258. 

' Set up my (his) rest," Vii. 53. Shacklewell, 
iii. 352. Shakespeare illustrations, vii. 13. 
Sonnets by Alfred and Frederick Tennyson, 
vii. 159. Stevenson and Scott : " Hebdomad- 
ary," v. 91. 

Buttery, derivation of the word, ii. 167 

Button (T. C.) on Spenser and Shakespeare, i. 204. 
Verses on women, i. 189 

Button or Button-hole Sunday, v. 247, 376 

Button-man, 1760, use of the word, vi. 405 

Buttons, military, i. 349, 472 

Buxton, Latin lines on, viii. 69, 332 ; antiquities 
of, x. 168, 218 

Brtxton (Travers) on first female abolitionist, 
vii. 10 

Buzzing, explanation of, ii. 167 

By (Col.), R.E., c. 1834, his biography, v. 470 ; 
vi. 135 

Byard family, i. 348, 414 

Bygges or Biggs family, Worcestershire, ii. 346 

Byng : " Kentish Sir Byng," his identification, 
vi. 230 

Byng (Admiral), his connexion with Torrington, 
Devon, i. 189, 256 

Byng (C.) on Admiral Byng, i. 189 

Byng (Henry), serjeant-at-law, c. 1626, ix. 408 

Byng (Rev. John), Unitarian minister, Tamworth, 
ix. 29 

Byrch (Thomas), c. 1536, his arms, iv. 90, 135 

Byrch, Birch, or Burch families, i. 328, 417 

Byrom (John), epigram on Handel and Bononcini, 
ii. 7 ; viii. 487 ; xi. 426 ; and Satan's auto- 
graph, iv. 133 

Byron (G. G., sixth Lord),his bust by Thorwaldsen, 
i. 205 ; and Greek grammar, iii. 188 ; and 
Moore, parallel passages, 406 ; on Admiral 
Vernon and the Duke of Cumberland, 406 ; 
called the " Pilgrim of Eternity," iv. 68, 158, 

213 ; his use of the phrase " death is in danger," 
86; Napoleon on, 147; and the Armenian lan- 
guage, v. 93 ; lines on the Prince Regent, vi. 
165 ; tablet on his birthplace, 356 ; canto viii. 
st. 132 of 'Don Juan,' vi. 369, 475; vii. 34; 
biography by Sir Cosmo Gordon, vii. 89 ; his 
antidote against misanthropy, viii. 126 ; 
Canto IV. of * Childe Harold,' viii. 430, 495 ; 
ix. 10 ; x. 275, 312 ; his birthplace, xi. 89, 297 ; 
first edition of 'Bride of Abydos,' 445, 518; 
and Capt. Crawley, xii. 49, 218 ; Mrs. H. Beecher 
Stowe on, 328, 369 

Byron (Robert Stratford), c. 1770, viii. 469 
Byron (William, fifth Lord), duel with Mr. Cha- 

worth, x. 244 

Byron-Biron controversy, ii. 50 
Byron House, Fleet Street, iv. 147 
Byroniana, i. 488 ; ii. 55 
Byrt (James) of Shrophouse, ii. 449 
Bysshe (E.), * Collection of Thoughts,' 1707, vii. 

88, 133 
Bythemore (Roger), his arms and ancestry, vi. 

267, 311, 336, 433 
Bythemore and Percival families, vi. 311 




TENTH SERIES. 



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c 

,. v i 
C, lines to Dr. Murray *on completing the letter 

in the ' New English Dictionary,' viii. 482 
C. on authors of quotations wanted, ix. 390. 
Carlisle : Carlyol, vii. 47. h, its use or omission, 
ii. 391. Johnson (Isaac), iv. 491. Lasaalle's 
" Iron Law," v. 188. Northall, Shropshire, 
i. 226. " Wildman's," xi. 187 
C. (A.) on Augustinian Cardinal : Mount Grace, 
ix. 429. Authors of quotations wanted, x. 268. 
Vagrants at Thorpe Salvin, xi. 347 
C. (A. B.) on anonymous works, x. 28. Parish 

registers, vii. 26. Women voters, i. 372 
C. (A. J. ) on houses of historical interest, xi. 466 
C. (A. M.) on Artahshashte, xi. 216. Lappassit, 
xi. 238. Licences to travel : passports, xi. 233 
C. (A. R.) on bibliographies, iii. 316. Cooper 
(Thomas), iii. 229. Dinkums, iii. 168. Epitaph 
on lieutenant of marines, i. 368. Godiva's 
birthplace, iii. 9. Haskoll (J.), iv. 329. 'Lust- 
ful Fryar,' v. 228. Monumental brasses, vi. 
315. Municipal etiquette, ii. 408. St. Gilbert 
of Sempringham, iv. 94. Skerrick, iv. 408 
C. (B. L. R.) on ball-games on festivals, iv. 347. 
Devil and St. Botolph, iv. 328. Gray's ' Elegy ' 
and ploughing customs, xii. 309. Scott's 
1 Lochinvar,' xii. 268. Slavery and the Popes 
xii. 349. Women and wine-making, vii. 188 
C. (C.) and S. T. on privilege and sacrilege, iii. 268 
C. (C. C.) on dogs in war, iv. 488 
C. (C. L. E.) on bottleman, iii. 167. Compter 
Prison, iii. 168. Lord Mayors, iii. 148. " Once 
so merrily hopt she," iii. 127. " Rational's 
Festival," iii. 428. ' St, James's Chapter,' 
iii. 428. Tombola Concerts, iii. 469. Wilkes's 
Parlour, iii. 147 
C. (C. McL.) on pin-basket = youngest child, ix. 21] 
C. (E.) on " Luther's distich," i. 409. Ythancses- 

ter, Essex, iv. 48 

C. (E. G.) on Battle-axe Guard, iii. 247. Cox 
(Bishop Richard), of Ely, iii. 269 ; iv. 48. 
Derwentwater (James, Earl of), v. 208 
C. (E. G. M.) on Olvarius's history, v. 429 
C. (E. N. F.) on hour of sunset at Washington, 

iii. 87 

C. (E. S.) on Nothe, Weymouth, iv. 169 
C. (F. F.) on Dubordieu family, vi. 305. Maynards 

of Curriglas, v. 185 ; vi. 11 

C. (F .H.) on Joseph Bonaparte in England, x. 109. 

British castles, vi. 258. Cunningham (Allan), 

' King of the Peak,' v. 208. Master of the Horse, 

viii. 268. Meteyard (E.), * Love Steps of 

Dorothy Vernon,' v. 208. Moke, a donkey, 

viii. 257. Villages and mansions, xii. 189 

C.-D. (F. H.) on Manor House c. 1300, x. 450 

C. (F. N.) on Richard Thompson, surgeon R.N., 

xi. 29 

C. (G.) on Angles : England, ii. 407. Clough, 
ix. 250. English, its meaning, ii. 327. Janice, 
v. 287. Pearmain : pearweeds, ii. 327. 
Skalinges : scabulonious, x. 228. Troper : 
its derivation, ix. 288 
C. (G. E.), corrections in his ' Complete Peerage,' 

xii. 64, 177 

C. (G. E.) on "A gallant captain," i. 32. Anne 

Plantagenet, Duchess of Exeter, vii. 334. 

Authors of quotations wanted, viii. 32 ; x. 497. 

Barnard (Sir John), his descendants, vii. 132. 

Bloodworth (Sir Thomas), Lord Mayor, vii. 454. 

Burial-places of notable actresses, xii. 513. 

Burial-places of notable Englishwomen, xii. 253. 

Burrough (Sir James), viii. 473. Caroline 



(Queen), ix. 495. Civic baronetcies since 1837, 
viii. 301. Davies (Sir George), Bart., iv. 93. Davis 
(Sir Thomas), 1677, vi. 431. Dickens queries, 
i. 272. ' D.N.B.': additions and corrections, 
x. 58. Holbein subjects, ix. 497. Holworthy 
family, ix. 273. Hosking (James) : Elizabeth 
Vinnicombe, vi. 197. Isham family, vii. 265. 
' Lord "' Mayor of London, ix. 26. Monoux 
(Sir George), viii. 133. Monson, Viscount 
Castlemaine, vii. 381. ' Northamptonshire 
Families,' vi. 27 * Notes and Queries ' Com- 
memoration, xii. 433. Peirce (Sir Edmund), Kt., 
ix. 12. Rothwell Parish Register, viii. 404. 
Sarah (Duchess), ii. 413. Scrope (Adrian), xi. 
32. Sheriffs of London, x. 238. Steward of 
Household, v. 348. Turvile, iv. 14 
C. (G. H. ) on advertising epitaph, xi. 112. Authors 

of quotations, viii. 428 
C. (G. W. C.) on men of family as parish clerks, 

ix. 35 

C. (H.) on Henry Alvarez, S.J., iv. 374. " As 
the crow flies," i. 432. Ayno (Guy and Agnes), 
xii. 61. Baker (George), Oxford Prizeman, v. 
169. Barker (R.), v. 299. Booksellers, pro- 
vincial, v. 415. Bourne (Gilbert), vi. 294. 
Bridges, a Winchester Commoner, iii. 73. 
Bury family, v. 396, 513. Butler (John), M.P. 
for Sussex, ii. 129. Cawpod family, ii. 515. 
Danister (John), Wykehamist, iv. 355. ' Direc- 
tions to Churchwardens,' iii. 317. Disbenched 
judges, iii. 97. Doherty, Winchester Commoner, 
iv. 157. Ecton (John), i. 327 ; iii. 157. Eliza- 
beth's visits to Winchester, iv. 344. Erskine 
(David Montagu), ii. 406. Fiennes of Brough- 
ton, xii. 123. ' Fortune favours fools," ii. 491. 
Gascoigne (Judge) and Prince Harry, xi. 177. 
Gwillim's ' Display of Heraldrie,' ii. 495. 
Hall (Francis) of Venezuela, v. 128. Hamlet 
as a Christian name, viii. 155. Hampshire 
booksellers and printers, vi. 31. Hanged, 
drawn, and quartered, i. 410. Hawkins 
(William), D.D., i. 127. Hawkins family and 
arms. x. 472. Hursley vicars, xii. 291. Ingram 
(James), xii. 11. King's ' Classical and Foreign 
Quotations,' ii. 351. Lettsom (Dr.), v. 393. 
Lopez (Roderigo),iv. 434. Luders (Alexander), 
iii. 306. Magdalen College School and ' D.N.B.,' 
v. 362. Mead (Dr. W.), v. 337. Merewether 
(Henry Alworth), iii. 447. Meredith (Richard), 
Dean of Wells, xi. 474. Moore (D. M. ), viii. 
13. Neale (T.), " Herberley," ii. 58. ' Oxford 
Sausage,' ii. 376. Papers, its meanings, i. 111. 
Parkins or Perkins (Sir Christopher), i. 234. 
Pounde (Thomas), S.J., iv. 268, 472 ; v. 14. 
Price (Richard), M.P., ii. 168. ' Purple patch," 
i. 511. St. Margaret's, Westminster, xii. 454. 
St. Thomas, of Hereford, ii. 432. Shelley 
(William), iii. 492 ; iv. 55. Shelley family, ii. 
155, 519. Smyth (Clement), i. 202. Spence 
(Joseph), v. 63. Stephens (William), President 
of Georgia, i. 144. ' Thealma and Clearchus,' 
its author, iii. 229. Toys, Wykehamical word, 
i. 96. Trevor (John, Lord), vi. 36. Wall 
family, vi. 55. Waynflete (William), iii. 461 ; 
iv. 154. White family of Southwick, vi. 134. 
William of Wykeham, i. 257 ; iv. 130. Win- 
chester College Visitation, ii. 115. Wriothesley 
(Thomas), Earl of Southampton, y. 27 
! d (H.) on Gloucestershire definition of a 

gentleman, xi. 109 

1 (H.) on woman with masculine name, ix. 518 
n (H.) on authors of quotations wanted, xi- 6. 
Bagnigge House, xi. 385 



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C s (H.) on Belphete, ii. 308 

C. (H. H. T.) on authors of quotations wanted, 
x. 68 Gladstone's last moments, x. 68 

C. (H. M.) on Brelan, v. 29. " Don't shoot, he is 
doing his best," i. 9 

. (H. P.) on " Woman with the West in her 
eyes," xi. 328 

C. (H. T.) on flags, v. 469 

C. (H. W.) on cataloguing seventeenth-century 
tracts, ii. 453 

C. (J.) on Anna Catherina Lane, ii. 269. Military 
bank-note, x. 389 

C. (J. C.) on French burdens to English songs, 
ii. 267 ; Quotation in Buskin, ii. 8 

C. (J. G.) on Bristol slave ships, ii. 108. Kipples, 
i. 109. "Near the church," vi. 496. Rocke- 
feller, iv. 507. Santa Fe\ vi. 394 

C. (J. H.) on " Bone Deus "-in epitaphs, vii. 29. 
Briefs for Greek Christians, xi. 289 

. (J. M.) on ' The Children of the Abbey,' i. 127. 
Wyeth of Odiham, ix. 510. 

C. (Leo) on Americans in English records, v. 476. 
' Cala rag whethow," xii. 28. Crest : sun 
between wings, viii. 89. De Lancey (Sir William 
H.), v. 72. French coat of arms, x. 295. 
Genealogical Circulating Library, xi. 78. 
Hatchments, vi. 472. Lee alias Tyson, viii. 
390. Mantegna's house, v. 74. Palseologus 
in the West Indies, vii. 255. Prior (Francis) : 
Annabella Beaumont, v. 78. Royal pedigree 
in Burke, v. 227. Tobacco-boxes, ix. 470 

d (L.) on Mary, Queen of Scots, xii. 368, 
489 

C. (M.) on " Mr. Pilblister and Betsy his sister," 
ii. 408 

C. (M. E. B.) on " une SevigneY' xi. 454 

C. (M. J. D.) on ' The Grenadier's Exercise of the 
Grenado,' i. 347. Jacobean houses in Fleet 
Street, iii. 315 

C. (P.) on "When our old Catholic fathers lived," 
iii. 176 

C. (P. G.) on epigram on a rose, iii. 355 

C. (P. M. M.) on Coxe of Clent and Swynford, x. 
29. Mason of Stapleton, x. 28 

C. (P. T.) on Oxford : its name, ix. 68 

C. (R.) on events in Church history in pictures, 
iv. 107 

C. (R. de) on battlefield sayings, i. 268. English 
officials under foreign Governments, iii. 87. 
Pictures inspired by music, iv. 9. Portraits 
which have led to marriages, iii. 287 

C. (R. H.) on Catherine of Braganza, iii. 208. 
Ploughing, ii. 345. Self-made men, iii. 426 

C. (R. S.) on mess dress : sergeants' sashes, i. 168. 
Military buttons : sergeants' chevrons, i. 349. 
Royal regiments of the line, iii. 69 

C. (S.) on Lisboa Occidental, ix. 209. Philip II. of 
Pomerania, x. 349 

C. (S. D.) on Buxton, x. 218. Canbry House, 
Middlesex, v. 455. College Heraldique de 
France, viii. 438. Davis (Sir Thomas), 1677, 
vi. 431. Dummer family, iv. 315. Heraldic, 
iii. 251 ; v. 34 ; vi. 135. Heraldry, xi. 197. 
Sigh Wycombe,vii.292. London queries, viii. 
474. Patty, female name, vi. 255. Portraits 
which have led to marriages, iii. 334. St. 
George's Chapel Yard, Oxford Road, vii. 13. 
Samaritan Society, London, xii. 197. Smallpox 
Hospital in 1804, x. 232. Smoking and blind 
men, ix. 355. ' The " prefixed to place-names, 
xii. 116. Welsh heraldry, viii. 478 

C. (T.) on ' Complete Peerage,' xii. 64. Fecamp 
Abbey, xi. 357. Friar Tuck in the Patent 



Rolls, ix. 47. James II. medal, iii. 376. Roga- 
tion and other processions, ix. 456. Parker 
consecration and Lambeth Register, xii. 112 
C. (T. W. ) on Grosvenor : De Venoix, v. 208. Kerr 
of Lothian : De Brien, iv. 448. Lepel (Molly), 
her descent, iii. 254 

C. (V. H.) on " At the back of beyond," xi. 510. 
Authors of quotations wanted, xi. 248, 387 ; 
De Quincey : quotations and allusions, xi. 388 ; 
xii. 208, 268 
C. (W.) on pious founder, v. 257 
C. (W. A.) on ' Lapp'd in lead," xii. 346 
C. (W. C.) on Britain's supremacy, vii. 169 
C. (W. F.) on Amphilis, female name, x. 289. 
Hume (Joseph), his ancestry, ix. 70. St. God- 
wald, x. 268 
C. (W. H.) on Hampton Court and Hampton, ix. 

169 

C. (W. J.) on Benjamin Hanbury's library, xii. 9. 
' The Kingdom's Intelligencer,' vii. 148. Public 
speaking in Shakespeare's day, viii. 130. Wat- 
son's ' History of Printing,' xii. 428 
C. (W. W. or W. H.), water-colour artist, 1818, 

iii. 368. 

C. & T. on silver bouquet-holder, ii. 50 
Ca (J.) on Samplers in France, viii. 428 
Ca. (W. P.) on Cornish and other apparitions, x. 
51. Napiers and Col. Hoe, xii. 345. Siddons 
(Sarah), ix. 183 

Cab, cabriolet, and ' Pickwick,' xii. 385, 514 
Cab, taximeter, early experiments, vii. 264 ; 

patented 1846, viii. 367 
Cabbage Society, on reverse of Purim token, viii. 

368, 413 

Cabinet and House of Lords, 1835 and 1908, x. 486 
Cabollicking= gossiping, use of the term, viii. 147 
Caboose, nautical term, ii. 214 
Cabot (Sebastian) and William Mychell,v. 306,357 
Cabyle, a, Carlyle confused with, ii. 65 
Cacophony in titles, vi. 106 
Cadaroque (Cadaroc), near London, Ontario, ix. 

35, 155 

Cade (Salisbury), Westminster scholar, 1777, i. 209 
Cadenabbia, Italy, inscriptions at, vi. 446 
Cadey=a hat, its origin, x. 147, 198, 277, 374 
" Cadus de orenzado," temp. Henry VII., vii. 249, 

317 

Cadzand *= Guizzante in Dante's ' Inf.,' xv. 4, i. 182 
Caerleon on authors of quotations, viii. 347 
Caesar (Julius), his assassination, v. 125 ; lines 
upon Feltria attributed to, viii. 69, 332 ; 
Shakespeare on his deafness, xi. 243, 425 
Cageful of teeth, vii. 206 
Cag-mag, derivation of the word, ii. 388 
Cagliostro and Lord George Goidon, vi. 348 
Cain, the mark of, Hebrew tradition, iv. 429 
Cainsford, Gloucestershire, its identity, xii. 

367, 436 

Caius on Bourne in place-names, xii. 372. Dow- 
biggin in Lytton, xii. 228. English transla- 
tions of the classics, vi. 514. -Pellican family, 
xii. 315. Roundel stone, viii. 422 
Cakes, oat, at Christmas, vi. 506 
Calabria, earthquake in, iv. 247 
Calamary on " tinterero," iv. 396 
Calcraft (William), public executioner, 1829-74, 

viii. 246 

Calcutta, statues at, xii. 466 

Calder (A.) on Balliol, v. 130. Dallas (Sir Thomas), 
viii. 170. Macdonald of Moidart, iv. 308. 
Mackintosh, iv. 448. Ripley arms, iv. 314. 
Ripley family, iii. 167 
Caldwell family, iii. 468 ; iv. 73, 158 



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Caledonian Coffee-house in Covent Garden, iii. 

189, 277 
Calendar, strict use of the word, v. 406. Calendar 

and Leap Year, ix. 148, 191. ' Calendar of 

Huntingdon,' Cole's, 1845, xi. 309 
' Calendar of the Ormonde MSS.,' list of Oxford 

graduates 165784, vii. 125. Calendar rimes, 

ix. 50, 94 

Caley ( John ) = Elizabeth Bird, 1797, v. 388 
Calf hill family, v. 9 
Calif ornian English, peculiarities of, vi. 381 ; 

vii. 36, 136, 154, 197 

Calland (Augustus, Charles, and George), West- 
minster scholars, iii. 9 
Callard or Collard (Daniel), c. 1730, of Devon, 

viii. 389 

Calley (Oliver) of Burderop, Wilts, iii. 208 
Calligraphy, Italian, x. 168 
Callimachus, ' Epigrams ' of, vii. 228, 274, 412 
Callings and trades, superstitions of, iii. 465 
Calliope, H.M.S., at Samoa, 1889, xi. 349, 391 
Callwell (M.) on ship's papers, i. 18 
Calvert (Sir William), Lord Mayor of London, ii. 

528 ; iii. 38, 55 

Calves, twin, a sign of ill-luck, ii. 406 
Calvin, on reclaiming heretics, ii. 285 ; phrase 

connecting him with Geneva, xii. 67 
Camber, use of the word c. 1450, xi. 326 
Camberwell, Madame Tussaud's Waxworks at, 

vi. 327, 375, 497 

Cambridge (Duke of), his death, i. 501 
Cambridge, ' May Lady ' custom in, ii. 75 ; 

British Association and Godfrey Higgins, 184 ; 

rings on houses in, ix. 108 
Cambridge booksellers and printers, sixteenth and 

seventeenth centuries, vii. 26, 75 
* Cambridge County Geographies,' Kent, Essex, 

Surrey, Sussex, and Suffolk, xii. 59 
Cambridge Heath, road-name, origin of the term, 

xi. 289 

Cambridge or Cauntebrigg family, ii. 144 
Cambridge University : Buckingham Hall, or 

College, i. 108 ; lists of graduates, i. 348 ; ix. 

350, 414 ; x. 36 ; MS. history of Pembroke 

College, iii. 29 ; supposed portrait of Milton 

at Christ's College, 127 ; Triposi verses at, 

iv. 124, 172, 292 ; Fellow Commoners of King's 

College, v. 188, 255 ; Chancellor, 1842, vii. 

30, 78 ; change from knee-breeches to trousers, 

viii. 314 ; Milton " vomited out " of Christ's 

College, x. 30, 72 
Camden (William), lines on " Artillarie " in his 

' E-emaines,' i. 164 ; on English surnames, 248, 

314 ; fifth editions of his ' Remaines,' ix. 408 ; 

quotation by, vi. 429 

Camden Town, demolition of Brown's Dairy, ii. 125 
Camelbells, their use, vii. 33, 110, 174, 258 
Camel bibliography, viii. 289 ; ix. 37 
Camelario, Spanish term, its meaning, xii. 48, 518 
Camelford (Lord), tried for killing Lieut. Peterson, 

v. 104 ; his duel and burial-place, 162, 218, 437 
Camelford, Rector of, x. 412 
Camelian, use and meaning of the word, viii. 306, 

394, 493 ; ix. 131, 195, 375, 417 
Camelopard, its spelling, xii. 206, 292 
Camera Dianse, history of the mansion, vi. 121 
Camerarius (Philip), his ' Living Librarie,' iv. 

425, 494 
Cameron (Donald), Westminster scholar 1783, 

ii. 528 

Cameron (H. E. ) on rule of the road, iii. 96 
Cameron (Jenny) of Lochiel, supposed portrait, 

ii. 447 



Camoens, ' Lusiad ' in English, ii. 160 ; " Frescas 

belvederes " in Sonnet cciii., vii. 190, 233, 295, 

391 

Camoys (Thomas, Lord), his wives, xi. 108 
Camoys family pedigree, vii. 509 
Campaniles, v. 80 
Campbell, pronunciation of the name, x. 228,. 

278, 338, 393, 432 
Campbell (Abbe) and Mrs. Fitzherbert's marriage,. 

v. 307 

Campbell (Alexander), Scott's music master, ii. 46- 
Campbell (Rev. Bunbury FitzGerald), his death, 

iv. 499 
Campbell (Admiral Donald), in Portuguese service 

1797-1805, i. 309, 378 

Campbell (G. W.) on martyrdom of St. Thomas, 
ii. 31. Scottish University arms, x. 36. " This 

too shall pass away," iv. 456. Woman with 

masculine name, ix. 457 

Campbell (Dr. John) on the Aryan languages, i. 4321 
Campbell (Mary), supposed first wife of Warren 

Hastings, i. 426, 494 
Campbell (Thomas), Oonalaska in his ' Poems, * 

i. 486 ; MS. of ' Lochiel's Warning,' iv. 127 ; 

1 The Harper,' vi. 470, 494 

Campbell family in the Strand, iv. 509 ; v. 51, 94r 
Campbell-Bannerman (Sir H.) on Britain's 

supremacy of the sea, vii. 169, 234 ; his Parlia- 
mentary career, 486 
Campden mystery, story retold by Andrew Lang 

iii. 367 

Camperdown, the, and the Victoria, iii. 26 
Camperdown crest, a dismasted ship, i. 248, 316 
Campion (H. C.), Jun., on Campion family, iv. 328' 
Campion (Miss), portrait with her horn-book, vi* 

229 

Campion family, iv. 328 
Cam-wood, origin of the word cam, v. 286 
Can v. cannot, use of the words, xii. 369 
Canada, Candlemas Day in, v. 266 ; last Imperial 

troops in, 266 ; splitting fields of ice in, vii. 114 
' Canadian Boat Song,' its authorship, i. 145 
Canadian College of Arms, v. 87 ; ix. 96 
Canadian diary, queries about, xii. 188 
Canadian-French literature, viii. 29, 57, 173 
Canadian natural dyes, books on, x. 348, 495 
Canal, Military, at Sandgate, xii. 228, 334, 377 
Canaletto, exhibition of his paintings,!. 168, 21T 
Canals in naval warfare, ix. 109 
Canapolitans, origin of the name, xi. 429 
Canbury House, Middlesex, its locality, v. 409, 

455 ; vi. 95, 157 

Candelabras, form of plural, i. 54 
" Candida Casa," St. Ninian's Church, ii. 68, 

117, 137 

Candle, Paschal, ix. 305 
Candle folk-lore, vi. 508 ; vii. 54 
Candle-making, restriction upon, 1769, x. 387 
Candlemas Day in Canada, v. 266 
Candlemas folk-lore, xi. 324 
Candlemas gills, origin of the custom, i. 36, 75 
Candlewick or Candlewright Street, its names, v. 

169, 216 

Candover (P.) on Cisiojanus, ii. 333 
Canine madness and St. Hubert, vi. 410 
Canna : fistula, tube for imbibing consecrated 

wine, v. 288, 
Canning (Charles John, Earl), Lord Roberts on, 

ix. 2 
Canning (George), his riming dispatch, i. 469 ; 

iv. 307 ; original portraits, ix. 448 ; x. 53 ; 

on " Toby Philpot," xii. 387, 470 
Canning, Costello, and Scott families, viii. 148 



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Cannizaro (Duchess of), iv. 265, 316, 358, 456 
Cannon (Miss K. L. ) on " Fit as a fiddle," x. 188 
Cannon on Bridge Green, c. 1768, x. 226 
Cannon Street, origin of the name, v. 169, 216 
Cannot v. can, use of the words, xii. 369 
Canon on English pulpits, viii. 469 
Canon of wine at mess, use of the word, viii. 390 
Canon v. prebendary, vi. 189, 251, 291, 314, 352 
Canons of Southwark Cathedral, first, viii. 185 
Canova (Antonio) in England, iv. 448, 518 

v. 52 ; sculptures in England by, v. 89 
Cant (Hans), emigrant from Scotland in 1678, 

i. 467 
Cantelupe (Thomas de), Bp. of Hereford, ii. 

273, 352, 432 
Canterbury, St. Augustine's, and St. Dunstan, i. 

149, 216, 293 ; antiquity of King's School at, 

215, 269 

Canterbury Cathedral, its High Steward, i. 348, 412 
Canterbury Prerogative Court, its early wills, iii. 

488 
Cantianus on Prebendary Henry Barnewell, x. 

516 ; Coningsby : Ferby, xi. 28. Gaynesford 

monument at Carshalton, xi. 208 
' Cantica Sacra ' in Lafayette College, ix. 488 
Cantlers, or Kentish Town, Prebend of, iv. 410, 472 

* Cantus Hibernici,' its contributors, vii. 9, 73, 

192, 257 
Canvass, use of the word in Registration Bill, ix. 

249 
Cap of Liberty, English instances of its use, ix. 507 5 

and Wilkes, x. 52 

Capaps, ix. 66 ; ghost-word, xii. 30 
Caparn family of Newark and Lincoln, v. 268 ; 

vi. 133 

Cape Bar men, the term, ii. 346, 397, 516 
Cape Dutch language, ii. 126, 256 
Cape Town cemetery, monuments in, viii. 106, 253 
Caper on Scotch privateering, ix. 30 
Capillarians, use of the word by Lamb, iv. 69 
Capital punishment, for high treason, x. 229, 

314, 354 ; offences punished by, in eighteenth 

century, 289, 392 

* Capitulaire du St. S6pulcre,' ix. 151 

Capri, inscriptions in cemetery at, v. 381 ; Major 

P- Hamill at, d. 1808, vii. 27 

Capri antiquities, iv. 29 

Capsicum in Spain, i. 73, 116 

Caracul, etymology of the word, vi. 424 

Caravanserai, its evolution to public -house, 

iv. 308, 413 ; v. 72 

Carbery (Countess of), allusion to, ii. 248, 496 
Carcanet, used by Shakespeare, ii. 135 
Carcansonis : Carcransoun, their meaning, ii. 368 
Card games : bridge, i. 189, 250, 297, 394 ; 

patience, 268 

Card terms, 1559-97, x. 468 ; xi. 77 
Cardigan as a surname, i. 67, 97 
Cardinal, Augustinian, use of the term, ix. 429 
Cardinal of St. Paul's, x. 85, 173, 235, 273 ; xi. 15 
Cardinals, their grades and titles, i. 50 ; their 

crimson robes, 71, 157, 214 ; pillar borne 

before, v. 7 

Cardinals, English, destiny of their hats, ii. 28, 96 
Cardinals, hatless, their appointment, vi. 489 
Cardoza (Joachim), alias Joseph King, his 
t" descendants, v. 108, 213 
Cards, with eleven and twelve spots, iv. 28 ; 

" trump," v. 148, 239 ; Tarot pack of, 407, 452 ; 

" to rub " at, xi. 66 
Carentinilla, a fabric, derivation of the name, 

iii. 108, 158 
Carew (E.) on rush-strewing, ix. 150 



Carew (Baron George), d. 1629, his books, vi. 205 
Carey (C. McL.) on holus-bolus, ii. 188. Owl and 

Athenian admiral, ii. 9 
Carey or Gary (Catherine), d. 1691, her parentage, 

iv. 248 

Carey (J. C.) and Sir Walter Scott, v. 7 
Carey (Mrs.) =Mary Anne Clarke, c. 1802, ii. 449 ; 

iii. 12 
Carey or Gary (Bishop Mordecai), his biography, 

xi. 245 
Carey (T. W.) on Clavering : De Mandeville, i. 149. 

Percheval family, xii. 329 

Cargese, Corsica, its Greek population, vii. 307, 357 
Caricature : ' Once I was alive," ix. 427 ; x. 16 
Carini, his book on theatre-building, ii. 328, 432 
Carisbrooke Castle, Charles I.'s books at, viii. 449 ; 

ix. 55 
Carlaverock, English translation of Roll of, iv. 

529 ; v. 53 

Carlisle : Carlyol, the episcopal signature, vii. 47 
Carlisle, pronunciation of the name, i. 471 ; 

ii. 36, 95, 152 

' Carl ton Chronicle,' ' Sketches by Boz ' in, iii. 23 
Carlyle (Dr. John Aitken), his edition of Irving's 

' History of Scotish Poetry,' i. 325 
Carlyle (T.) allusion in ' Sartor Resartus,' i. 88, 137 ; 
confused with a Cabyle, ii. 65 ; the phrase 
"mother of dead dogs," T. 509; vi. 32, 95; 
vii. 457 ; on religion, vi. 470 ; vii. 12 ; and 
Lady Bannerman, vii. 210 ; xii. 331 ; painting 
foam, vii. 310, 373, 456 ; on co-operation of 
Cromwell and Milton, viii. 23 ; " London is 
populated by," &c., 120 ; phrases in ' French 
Revolution,' viii. 428 ; ix. 157 ; ' Oliver Crom- 
well's Letters and Speeches,' x. 376 ; on the 
griffin, x. 509 ; xi. 114, 456 ; his use of the 
word " purfly," xi. 248, 292 ; and Freemasonry, 
xi. 370, 437 ; xii. 13, 58 ; his pedigree, xi. 448 ; 
on the Peneus, xii. 87 ; on Fanny Elssler, 349 ; 
on Crowmell and 117th Psalm, 417 ; and 
Voltaire, literary parallel, xii. 486 
Carlyol : Carlisle, the episcopal signature, vii. 47 
Carmarthen families, xi. 89, 153 
Carnac, discoveries at, ix. 17 ; plans of, xii. 187 
arnatic on authors of quotations wanted, vii. 489 
arnation, green, in Shakespeare's time, ii. 406 
arne (Samuel Charles), Westminster scholar, 
iii. 367 

Carne family, Cornish vergers, viii. 5, 115 
! arnegie, pronunciation of the surname, iii. 487 ; 
iv. 52 

arnegie (Anna, Lady), afterwards Countess of 
Southesk, iii. 46 

arnival Sunday in the Greek Church, vii. 186 
arnmarth, Cornish place-name, ix. 309 ; x. 252 
arnot (L. N. M.), Prince of Monaco's petition 
to, vii. 125 

Uarnousie, Aberdeenshire, Barony of, ix. 41, 
203, 347 ; x. 421 

arnwath pedigree, viii. 445, 492 ; ix. 10, 398 
arol : ' Good King Wenceslaus ' in Cech, vii. 426 ; 
viii. 33, 175 

Carol, Christmas, Spanish, xii. 129 
Carolina, South, epitaph, xi. 504 
aroline (Queen), her trial, i. 127, 174 ; ii. 16 ; 
v. 300 ; verses on, ix. 449, 495 ; and Lord 
Denman, x. 51, 94 

aroline as a masculine name, x. 450 ; xi. 15, 117, 
238 

Carols, Christmas, ii. 504 
Carols, Christmas : waits : guisers, iii. 10 
'arols and lullabies, children's, i. 56 
Carpenter (M. B.) on quotations wanted, vi. 129 



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Carpenter (Nathanael), his 'Geography De- 
lineated,' 1625, i. 22, 104 
Carpenter (Samuel )= Hannah Hardiman, 1684, 

vi. 268 
Carpenter (William), 1657, and Francis Kirkman, 

ix. 248 

Carr and Chitty families, iii. 209 
Carriage called a pic-nic, v. 170, 235 
Carriages, road, mechanical, xi. 305, 374, 431, 498 
Carriages, unroofed, in early railway travelling, 

viii. 167, 234, 292, 357, 414, 473 
Carriages drawn by oxen, xi. 70, 136, 396 
Carrier pigeons, discontinued by Admiralty, ix. 485 
Carrington (A.) on 'Bat Bearaway," yii. 258. 
Lee alias Tyson, viii. 436. Lincolnshire poll- 
book, 1723, vii. 509. Raine Island, ix. 48 
Carroll (Lewis), and Charles Nodier, v. 250 

his sources of inspiration, viii. 404 
Carroll (William) and Locke, iii. 208 
Carshalton, Gaynesford monument at, xi. 208 
Carson (Dr. William ) = Esther Giles, c. 1800, v. 70 
Carson family, i. 52, 377 
Carstares or Carstairs, origin of the name, xi. 

290, 397, 497 ; xii. 57 

Carte the historian, his biography, vii. 169 
Carter (F.) on Carter pedigrees, v. 309 
Carter (Matthew), his ' Honor Redivivus,' i. 434 
Carter (Nathaniel) = Mary Fleetwood, their de- 
scendants, ii. 34, 268, 333 ; place of her death, 
409, 513 

Carter (W. A.) on " A thimbleful of sense," v. 429 
Carter (W. F.) on surnames ending in -nell, 

xi. 75 

Carter family pedigrees, v. 309 
Carter of York, nickname for Wolsey, xi. 288 
Carton (J.) on the Admirable Crichton, vii. 33 ; 

marriage like a Devonshire lane, xii. 518 
Cartrie (Count de), his pension from the English 

Government, v. 327 

' Cartularium Saxonicum,' notes on, xii. 186 
Cartulary of Bisham Abbey, xi. 210 
Cartwright (W. C.) on Pierrepont's Refuge, xi. 74 
Carucate, use and meaning of the word, i. 102, 143 
Carver, a royal, ii. 27, 134 
Carvings, miserere, v. 29 

Cary (Henry ) = Isabella Dawson, 1827, ix. 249, 318 
Gary (Henry), Westminster scholar, xi. 329 
Cary (H. F.) on Dawson = Cary, ix. 249 
Cary or Carey (Bishop Mordecai), his biography, 

xi.245 
Casanova (Francesco), painter, his biography, 

xii. 4 

Casanova (J.) in England, viii. 443, 491 ; ix. 116 ; 
xi. 437 ; parallel story by Col. W. Cuninghame, 
xi. 147 ; articles in ' Le Livre ' on, xii. 389, 476 
Casanoviana, xi. 147 

Casata, use and meaning of the word, i. 102, 143 
Case, compositor's, c. 1500 and 1600, xii. 330, 375 
Cash (A. J.) on Shakespeariana, v. 263 
Casino House, Herne Hill, its history, vi. 285, 334, 

353 
Cassell (John), 'Works of Eminent Masters,' iv. 

468 ; v. 95 

Casting lots for death, military custom, i. 366, 476 
Casting-out jingles, ix. 369 

Castle (Edmund and Thomas), ' D.N.B.' on, ix. 409 
Castle (Thomas), botanist, c. 1804-38, x. Ill 
Castle architecture, works on, ix. 429 ; x. 255 
Castle Bytham, Lincolnshire, legend of piper at, 

v. 9 
Castle Coote and the Gunning family, v. 323, 374, 

395, 436, 457 
Castle Foulis, legend of, xi. 169 



" Castle " Inn, Birmingham, its history, xii. 168, 

258 
Castle Ring, British port near Stanton in the 

Peak, ii. 246 

Castle Rising, its political history, ix. 70, 412 
Castle Society of Musick, i. 71 
Castlemaine (Monson, Viscount), his parentage, vii. 

381 

Castleman family, x. 69 

Castles, British, plans of, vi. 208, 258, 274, 338 
Castleton, Derbyshire, Royal Oak Day celebra- 
tion at, i. 486 
Castor hats, ix. 388, 477 

Castor oil, origin of the name, xi. 406 ; xii. 157 
Cat : whipping the cat, ix. 5, 317, 494 ; x. 198 
Cat, Cheshire, in America, i. 365, 513 
Cat folk-lore, iv. 505 ; viii. 227 
Cat in the wheel, variant of Catherine wheel, ii. 

508 

Catalaunian Fields, term explained, xi. 88 
Catalog, the spelling, ii. 508 
Catalogue, gender in French, xii. 348, 418, 474 
Catalogues, publishers' earliest, ii. 50, 118, 357, 
455, 518 ; of seventeenth-century tracts, ii. 
388, 453 ; iii. 174 ; of MSS., iv. 368, 415, 531 ; 
of public libraries, 388, 454 ; Strawberry Hill 
Sale, vii. 461, 517 

Cataloguing, curiosities of, vi. 165, 253 
Catamaran, its meanings, iv. 286, 433 
Catapults for orange peel, vanished pastime, iii. 26 
Catcliffe, glass-making in 1740 at, i. 51 
Cateaton Street, derivation of the name, v. 429. 

475,497,513; vi. 36 

Caterpillers of the Commonwealth, iv. 248, 396 '"''* 
Cates=things provided by the catour (caterer), 

i. 180 

Catesby (J.) on Catesby family, i. 408 
Catesby (Robert), his descendants, i. 86, 172 
Catesby (Sir William), brass effigy of, i. 366 
Catesby family, i. 408 
Catgut ruffles, c. 1755, x. 189 
Cathay for China, origin of the name, vii. 168, 235, 

418 

Cathay, street-name, its origin, vii. 168, 235, 418 
Cathedral High Stewards, i. 348, 412 
Cathedrals, their consecration, vi. 9, 76 ; deaneries 

unattached to, xii. 469 

Cathen, Court Roll term, its meaning, vii. 249, 317 
Catherine, Katharine, Katherine, spelling varia- 
tions, v. 469 
Catherine (Grand Duchess) of Russia and Napoleon, 

v. 428 
Catherine of Braganza, lines on, iii. 208 ; and 

Charles II., painting, viii. 407 
Catholic : Roman Catholic, use of the terms, v. 327 ; 

vii. 180 

Catling (T.) on song on railway travelling, viii. 107 
Cats, c. 1398, their price, v. 367 
Cats, tortoiseshell male, c. 1808, ix. 270 
Cats and clover in Darwinian argument, iv. 169, 

237 

Catskin earls, i. 226 
Catte Street, etymology of name, vi. 49, 95, 

115,175,254 
Cattell (W.) on Constantine the Great, inscription 

on his tomb, iii. 268 ; v. 352 
Cattle burnt alive, instances of, vi. 366 
Cattle talking on Christmas night, ix. 4, 51 
Catzius (Josias), gathering of Jews under, iv. 10, 77 
Caul for sale, i. 26 
Caulfield (James), his annotation of Granger's 

' Biographical History,' vii. 65, 223, 323, 462 
Cauntebrigg or Cambridge family, ii. 144 



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Causton, field-name, and Costen family, xii. 327, 

394 

Cava dei Tirreni, Italy, inscriptions at, vi. 406 
Cavalcanti (Guido), Dante's sonnet to, iv. 207, 277 
Cavalier (Jean), d. 1740, and Thomas Caverley, 

vii. 8 

Cavalier songs, vi. 269, 310 
Cavaliers with Prince Rupert and Prince Maurice, 

ix. 129 

Cave (F. B.) on ' Chevy Chase,' iv. 89, 537 
Cave (G. C.) on Gladwin family, ii. 207 
Cave, the, at Hornsey, i. 269 
" Caveac " Tavern, City, its history, viii. 116 
Cavendish (Henry), commemorative tablet, ii. 425 
Cavendish Square, George Bomney's house in, 

vii. 487 ; viii. 11 
Caverley (Thomas), d. 1745, and Jean Cavalier, 

vii. 8 

Caves used by smugglers, v. 282 
Cawood family, ii. 205, 515 
Cawdor dispatch and French invasion, 1797, 

xi. 508 ; xii. 53 
Caxton (W.), and the word " Bichter," ii. 146 ; 

and his son-in-law Gerard Crop, vi. 241 ; his 

birthplace, xii. 327, 394 
Caxton family of Kent, 1472-1553, v. 142 
Casement (Boger) and letter from Kossuth, ii. 

309, 332 

Cech, ' Good King Wenceslaus ' in, viii. 33, 175 
Cech and Bussian languages, divergence between, 

iii. 202 
Cech and Slovenish languages, their affinity, 

vii. 381, 436 

Cech manuals, v. 168, 217, 297, 315 
Cecil family, its origin, v. 6, 94 
Cecil MSS., proverbs in, ii. 22 
Cedar of Lebanon, first planted in England, its 

death, i. 336 

'Cedilla in the ' Encyclopaedic Dictionary,' i. 307 
Ceiba, orthography of the Cuban word, vii. 288, 

334 

Celer on Bacon as " Glendower," iii. 302 
Cellini (Benvenuto), Boscoe's translation of his 

autobiography, xii. 266 ; figure of Jupiter, 367 
Celt on Sir John Claridge's portrait, vii. 329. 

Macdonough (Felix Bryan), ii. 527. Quids in 

Ireland, x. 268 

Celtia on authors of quotations, ix. 49 
'Celtic August feast, viii. 35 
Celtic mythology, vii. 86 
Celtic titles, i. 14 
'Celtic word denoting various colours, v. 86, 194. 

Celts of Wales, viii. 145, 218, 233, 274, 
Cemeteries, London, in 1860, ii. 169, 296, 393, 

496, 535 ; iii. 56, 133, 454 
Cemeteries, Protestant, at Naples, xi. 343 
Cemetery, earliest consecrated, vii. 490 ; viii. 

93, 153 
'Cemetery at Cape Town, monuments in, viii. 

106, 253 
Cemetery for French refugees in London, 1721, 

i. 517 
Cemetery for Jews in ancient London, i. 70, 296, 

457 

Cenci on ' Poculum Elevatum,' iv. 409 
Censor of plays, c. 1832, George Colman as, ix. 

206 ; ' Don Quixote ' on, xi. 485 
' Census Beport,' 1851, its author, v. 9 
Centenarian, Irish, his death, ix. 466 
Centenarian voters, v. 187, 258 
-Centrifugal or Flying Bailway, v. 13 
Century : ' the present century," i. 386 
Cera Panis, meaning of the term, v. 490 ; vi. 113 



Cernet's Tower in Bucklersbury, xii. 330, 396 
Certificate of banishment, 1789, x. 230 
Cervantes, and Burns's ' Twa Dogs,' ii. 465 ; 
' Don Quixote,' 1595-6, iv. 107, 158, 313 ; 
Cervantes, ' Don Quixote ' in English literature, 

viii. 107 

Ceylon bibliography, xii. 169 
Ceylon Begiment, 2nd, xi. 490 
Chadwick (J.) on Burney's Theatrical Portraits, 

v. 449 

Chafy (W. K. W.) on detached belfries, iv. 290. 

Cambridge Chancellor, vii. 30, 78. Clergy in 

wigs, x. 158. Foote (Samuel), x. 109. German 

Volkslied, ii. 327 

Chagford Church, " stationing relics ' in 1501, 

ix. 89 
Chained books, in prisons, ix. 187 ; in iron covers, 

189 

Chains, hanging alive in, xi. 221, 303, 404, 472 
Chair of St. Augustine, i. 369, 472 
Chalcot Farm, N.W., 1800-50, ix. 251, 338, 377 ; 

x. 73 

Chalfont St. Giles, Fleetwood brass at, vi. 88, 
137, 198, 316 ; and Oliver Cromwell, vii. 210 ; 
Milton Cottage porch, xii. 407 
" Chalice & Sheppheard," house sign in 1618, ix. 

310 

Chalice, 15th-century Italian, arms on, viii. 89 
Chalice, pre-Beformation, at Leominster Church, 

vi. 30 

Chalice inscription, 1645, ix. 470 ; x. 78 
Chalk Farm, formerly Chalcot Farm, ix. 251, 338, 

377 ; x. 73 

Chalkhill (John), his identity, iii. 186, 229 
Chalmers family of Cults, vii. 348 
Chaloner in the Blakeway MS., iv. 509 ; v. 35 
Chaloner (G.) on the People's Charter, vii. 235 
Chalons-sur-Marne, mistletoe in church at, i. 66 
Chamber-horse for exercise, 1742, xi. 49, 113 
Chamberlain (Commodore), his identity, x. 329, 

372, 437 
Chamberlain (Mr. Joseph) and Bobert Burton, vii. 

208 
Chamberlain (Judith), of Skip ton, c. 1700-14, 

ix. 171,213 

Chamberlain family of Lincolnshire, vii. 369 
Chamberlain marriage, 166575, viii. 89 
Chamberlen (Dr.), his descendants, iv. 17 
Chamberlen (Drs.), physicians to Stewart and 

Georgian sovereigns, iii. 428 
Chamberlen (Dorothy) = Dr. Hugh Chamberlen, 

ix. 509 
Chamberlen (Hugo), cenotaph in Westminster 

Abbey, x. 329, 437 

Chamberlin (John) of Batcliffe-on-Soar, x. 168 
Chamberlin family, ix. 329 
Chambers (G. F.) on comets, xi. 489. ' Bitualist's 

Progress,' vi. 130 

Chambers (B. E. E.) on Chandos and Lawton 
families, vii. 309. Elliott: Ponsonby, 1661, vii. 
94. Knighthood of 1603, vii. 16, 54 
Chambers family and Dr. Johnson, ix. 144 
' Chambers's Cyclopaedia of English Literature,' 

article on J. Gait in, i. 145 
' Chambers's Encyclopaedia,' error in, vii. 7 
Chambpn, engraver of calligraphy, x. 168 
Champion's Vinegar Brewery, City Boad, ix. 186 
Champneys (Justice), marriage performed by, vi. 8 
Chancel (Ausone de), lines by, vi. 82, 166, 216, 

233, 335 ; vii. 15, 355 

Chancel arches, triple, list of, xii. 208, 255 
Chancellors, Worshipful Company of, c. 1478, 
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Chancellorship of Oxford, election voting papers, 

vii.!326 
Chandler (Dr. S.), pastor of Old Jewry " Society," 

viii. 435 ? 

Chandler (P. W.) on Lords of Manors, ix. 469 
Chandos and Lawton families, vii. 309 
Channel : ' Chops of the Channel," viii. 268 
Channel, English : La Manche=the sleeve, ii. 34, 

134 

Channel Isles, earliest printing in, i. 349, 436 ; 
and Coutances and Winchester, ii. 68, 154, 231 ; 
iii. 134 

Chanson : ' Tous les blondins chez moi," viii. 47 
* Chanson de Roland,' its authorship, ii. 146 
Chantrey, miniaturist, c. 1790-1800, xi. 29, 252 
Chantrey (Lady), her burial-place, i. 368 
Chantrey (Sir F. L.), statue of Mrs. Jordan, ix. 489 
Chantries and church stores, pre-Reformation, 
jfci.vii. 467 

Chantry at Northiam, ix. 8, 97 
Chapbooks and broadsides, iv. 327, 413 
Chapel, Little Wild Street, Drury Lane, Storm 

Sermon at, i. 77 

Chapel Meadow at Westhope, iii. 187 
Chapel Royal, Children of the, c. 1567, v. 341, 401 
Chapel Royal, Savoy, Christmas custom at, vii. 

429, 493 

Chapels, London pictures of , ix. 8 
Chaperon, applied to a male, i. 54, 92, 110, 211 
Chaplain to the Edinburgh Garrison, revival of 

office, i. 145 

Chaplains, nuns as, xii. 49, 95 
Chaplin (Edward, Francis, and Robert), West- 
minster scholars, ii. 488 

Chaplin (H.) on Defoe on vicar of Baddow, v. 428 
Chapman (Miss F.) on Kirby Hall, Northants, vii. 

228 

Chapman (F. R. H.) on Aplin family, xi. 250 
Chapman (G.), dedication of his ' All Fools,' v. 347; 

emendations in his dramas, ix. 301 
Chapman (Mrs. Maria), memorial inscription, 

vi. 303 

Chappell & Co. on authors of quotations, ix. 288 
Chapzugar cheese defined, xi. 455 
Character, irritability of, iii. 166 
Charbonnier collection of pewter, ix. 193 
Charing, Kent, and St. John the Baptist, vi. 151 
Charing and Charing Cross, derivation of the names, 

v. 146, 197, 238, 298 
Charing Cross, statue discovered at, in 1729, ii. 

448, 518 

Charities, earliest references to sailors', iii. 49 
Charlemagne, his Roman ancestors, iii. 369, 432 ; 

iv. 116 

Charles I., Sir James Hay on, i. 65 ; regicides of, 
169 ; letter from Archbishop Williams to, 447 ; 
Christmas under, iii. 11 ; in Spain, 48, 131, 236 ; 
historical tract relating to, 187 ; his execution, 
46 ; a private library c., iv. 303 ; print of, v. 
168 ; and the Spanish Infanta, vi. 247 ; link 
with his execution, vii. 87 ; his physical cha- 
racteristics, 169, 210, 252, 334, 414 ; Cavalier 
Bernini's statue, viii. 53 ; and Brampton 
Bridge, Northants, 209 ; Whitehall Banqueting 
Hall and his execution, 447 ; his books at 
Carisbrooke Castle, viii. 449 ; ix. 55 ; his 
waistcoat, ix. 226, 294 ; medal of, x. 68, 134 ; 
his cultus in America, x. 227 ; xi. 55 ; his trial, 
xi. 410 ; statue by Le Sceur, xii. 225, 397 ; 
date of his execution, 220 j his metal jewellery, 
428 ; medallion of, 448 

Charles I. of Bohemia, " father of his country, 
ix. 152 



Charles II., origin of his nickname " Old Rowley," 
iii. 348 ; and yachting, iv. 108, 156 ; and Dr. 
James Fraser's daughter, vii. 189 ; his tutors, 
viii. 329 ; and globe of the moon by Sir C. 
Wren, 387, 438 ; and Catherine of Braganza, 
an oil painting, 407 ; his chemist N. Le Fevre, 
x. 227 ; mock marriage with Louise de Querou- 
aille, 90, 133 ; Pelle's bust of, xii. 287 
Charles V. on languages, i. 227 ; and Henry VIII. 

in 1520, iii. 285 

Charles VI., " Le Bien Servi," his device, ix. 11 
Charles, Duke of Orleans, and " Les deux S," 

xii. 348, 418 
Charles the Bold, his connexion with the House of 

Lancaster, i. 189, 232, 335 

Charlett (Dr. Arthur) and Dr. E. Halley, vi. 408 
Charleville (Lady) and ' La Pucelle,' 1796-7, ix. 

211 
Charlotte, Christian name, its pronunciation, x. 

271, 315, 338 
Charlton (W. H.), his " Oh, tell me whence Love 

cometh," ix. 385, 474, 515 

Charm, burglars', a lump of coal, vii. 426 ; viii. 75 
Charming-bells for bird-catching, x. 48, 94 
Charms, love, in Morocco, viii. 486 
Charnock (R. S.), his death, iii. 262 
Charring ton (J.) on engraving by J. G. Will, 

xii. 115 

Chart, place-name, its etymology, v. 507 
Chart (D. A.) on ' The Christmas Boys,' vi. 481 
Charter, Warwickshire, its enrolment, iv. 128 
Charterhouse and unmeaning Latin couplets, 

xii. 468 

Charterhouse Grammar School, 1515, xii. 468 
Charterhouse poetry collection : ' Farmer's Audit,' 

viii. 488 ; ix. 12, 56, 237 

Charters, Anglo-Saxon, " Minister " in, x. 109 
Charters to City guilds temp. James I., vii. 347, 457 
Chartists and special constables, v. 126, 156, 191, 

212, 274 ; vi. 33 
Chase, etymology and use of the word, viii. 366, 

436 ; ix. 313 
Chase (G. D. ) on * Derby's Ram,' i. 306. ' Herring 

Song,' i. 306 

Chasseur in French hotels, iv. 227 
Chasseurs Britanniques, 1801-15, v. 369 ; ix. 37 
Chastleton House, Oxfordshire, Jacobite wine- 
glasses at, i. 204 
Chasuble found at Warrington Church, its history, 

i. 128 
Chateaubriand, relic of, i. 165 ; on the French 

character, ix. 129 ; on Shakespeare, xi. 410 
Chateaux in the south of France, vi. 68 
Chatelain (J. B.), English artist, 1710-44, v. 35 
Chatham (Earl of), portrait by Gainsborough, 

i. 427 

Chatt (George), his lines on Elsdon village, v. 45 
Chatterton (T.), and Brooke Street, Holborn, vii. 

506 ; reputed portrait, viii. 309 
Chattock (J.) of Castle Bromwich, Warwick- 
shire, iii. 349 

Chat top adhyaya (V.) on authors of quotations 
wanted, xii. 158. Bosh, its derivation, xii. 
325. Coffee, its etymology, xii. Ill, 232 
Chaucer (G.), his tomb in Westminster Abbey, i. 
28; "For pite renneth sone in gentil herte," 
121, 174, 198 ; " Eek Plato seith, who-so that 
can him rede," 122, 174 ; " And Frensh she 
spak ful faire and fetisly," 122 ; the young 
Squire, 123 ; R. Bell's edition, 404 ; and the 
English Universities, iv. 47 ; Kynaston's 
translation, 109 ; final e in, iv. 429, 472 ; v. 36 ; 
use of the word " gat-toothed'" vi. 347 ; ' Nonne 



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Preestes Tale,' 11. 367-71, viii. 202, 252, 514; 
' Clerkes Tale,' 11. 106-8, 203 ; ' Perlement of 
Foules,' 11. 309-13, ib. ; " vitremyte ' in 
'Monk's Tale,' 229; Spenser's tribute to, ix. 
267 ; allusions to Persius in ' Canterbury 
Tales,' xii. 6 ; " Strothir " in ' Reeve's Tale,' 
90, 155, 235 

Chaucer (John le), d. 1302, tragedy of, iv. 5 
Chaucer (John), the poet's father, iii. 145 
Chauncy (Charles and Nathaniel), i. 66, 158. 
Chauncy (Sir Henry), county historian, i. 66, 158 ; 
his correspondence, iv. 265 ; his biography, ix. 
182 

Chautauqua, allusion explained, x. 68 
Chavasse family, vi. 267, 356 ; vii. 150 
Cha worth (Wm.), his duel with fifth Lord Byron, 

x. 244 

Cheapside Cross, its bibliography, ix. 445 ; x. 57 
Cheese, used in building, ii. 455 ; for ladies, xi. 

229, 292, 334 ; Chapzugar, 455 
Cheese-guessing at Simpson's Restaurant, vii. 

245, 336 

Cheetham (F. H.) on Dorothy Vernon legend, 
vi. 321, 382, 513. Louis Napoleon's English 
writings, viii. 30 

Cheetham (Robert Farren), his poetical produc- 
tions, iii. 64 

Chego, new monkey at the Zoo, ii. 446 
Chelsea, " famous," its derivation, iv. 366, 434, 
470, 517 ; v. 33, 95, 133, 174 ; King James's 
College at, v. 135 ; celebrities in Paradise Row, 
165, 272 ; Cheyne or China Walk, 245, 312, 
375, 415, 476 ; Don Saltero's Tavern, x. 67, 110 
Chelsea Physic Garden, i. 227, 270, 336 
Chemist of the future described, iii. 408 
Chemists' coloured glass bottles, v. 168, 231, 356 ; 

viii. 480 

Cheney family, ix. 269 ; x. 172 
Chep, use of the word, vi. 406 
Chepstow Castle and Sir Nicholas Kemeys, v. 446 ; 

vi. 55 

Cherbourg, Irish at, in 1429, iii. 368 
Cherry (K.) on Capt. Barton, x. 249 
Cherry, coroon, origin of the name, viii. 48 
Cherry in place-names, vi. 69, 115, 136, 177, 414 
Cherry-pit, obsolete English game, vii. 512 
Chertsey, monumental inscription at, vii. 43, 203, 

504 ; farms in Congregational Chapel at, 269 
Chertsey Cartulary, " stedanese " in, vii. 89 
Cheshire (John or Thomas), public executioner, 

d. 1829, viii. 246 ; x. 167 
Cheshire and Lancashire wills, i. 38 
" Cheshire Cheese," Wine Office Court, Sterne 

and Johnson at, v. 108 
Cheshire dialect words, iv. 203, 332, 414 
Cheshire or " Jessy " cat in America, i. 365, 513 
Cheshunt Great House, sale of its effects, vi. 

385, 473 
Chess, between man and his Maker, iv. 169, 255 ; 

allusions in Shakespeare, 284 
Chess-player, automaton, xi. 189, 258 
Chess-playing anecdotes of rulers, viii. 410, 512 
Chesson (W. H.) on Cruikshank's designs for 
' Tarn o' Shanter,' ii. 309. Dog-bite cure, ii. 538 
Chester (Charles) and Carlo Buff one, i. 381 
Chester, early drama in, ii. 29 ; Richard II. at, 

xii. 166 ; court for actors at, 267 
Chester Corporation records, xi. 128 
Chester Plea Rolls, their publication, iii. 288, 494 
Chester Sheriffs' books and emigrants to Ame- 
rica, x. 326 

Chesterfield (Philip, second Earl of), portrait by 
Lely, vii. 168, 236 



Chesterfield (Philip, fourth Earl of), his ' Lines on 
a Lady drinking the Bath Waters,' iv. 108, 158 ; 
lines on ' Nothing ' by, vi. 350 

Chesterton and Hanley, Staffs, manors of, x. 210 

Chestnut v. ok in church construction, viii. 26, 
154, 196, 275, 416 

Chettle (H. F.) on royal arms in churches,-*. 294 

Chetwood (William Rufus), error in his ' General 
History of the Stage,' iii. 164 ; his ' Generous 
Freemason,' viii. 425 

Chevesel =pillow, etymology of the word, vii. 268, 
395 

Chevinier, meaning of the word, i. 169 

Chevrons worn by sergeants, i. 349, 472 

Cheyne (Charles) and the Apothecaries' Garden, 
i. 270, 336 

Cheyne (R.) on Cape Bar men, ii. 397. Cheyne 
Walk : China Walk, v. 476 

Cheyne, its pronunciation, xi. 388 

Cheyne Walk: China Walk, v. 245, 312, 375, 
415, 476 

Chicago, in 1853, i. 165 ; Great Ferris Wheel at 
World's Fair, vii. 473, 515 ; alluded to in 
Ruxton's ' Adventures in Mexico,' 505 

Chichele (Archbishop), his descendants and All 
Souls' College, v. 286, 454 ; vi. 153 

Chicheleana, ix. 350 

Chichester Cathedral, 13th-century grille removed, 
viii. 466 

Chicken-hatching by artificial heat, vii. 149, 218, 
394 

Chick-peas and Palm Sunday, ix. 281, 374, 412, 
451 

Chief Justice in Eyre, political office, its history, 
vi. 470 

Chigunnji, name for gipsies, ii. 105, 158, 230 

Chigwell Row, Sir Francis Drake and, iv. 230, 332, 
416 

Chigwell School scholars before 1876, vii. 488 

Child Sarah Anne, elopement with Earl of West- 
morland, x. 248, 293 

Child executed for witchcraft at Huntingdon, iii. 
468 ; iv. 38 

Child murder by Jews, fables as to, i. 15 

Childbirth folk-lore, i. 15 

Childers, use of the word, ix. 207, 416 

Children, their carols and lullabies, i. 56 ; 365 at 
a birth, 68 ; on the stage, 108 ; still-born, 
281 ; and Herbert Spencer, 465 ; at executions, 
ii. 346, 454, 516 ; iii. 33, 93, 495 ; x. 254, 298 ; 
B.V.M. and the birth of, vii. 325, 377, 417, 
437 ; viii. 36 ; action game, viii. 206 ; mediaeval 
games, viii. 369, 456 ; ix. 476 ; names terrible, 
to, x. 509 ; xi. 53, 218, 356, 454 ; xii. 53 ; 
games in Orkney, xi. 445 ; with same Christian 
name, xii. 365 ; treatment in different ages, 
xii. 368 

Chiltern Hundreds, their history, ii. 441 ; iii. 
18, 114 ; vii. 238, 291 ; viii. 53, 218 

Chimney, smoke from, as title to land, vi. 487 

Chimney-back, cast-iron, ii. 189, 296 

Chimney-stacks, popular theory concerning, iv. 
128, 233 

Chimneys or fireplaces, houses without, viii. 29 

China, venomous spider in, i. 265 ; seventeenth- 
century English travellers in, ii. 408 ; iii. 15, 
154 ; muscle and music in, viii. 445 ; kite- 
flying in, ix. 147 

China : sacrificed at coming-of-age celebration, 
viii. 185 ; meaning of the term " resist," 230 

China, Dresden, tailor in, iv. 469, 536 ; vii. 292, 476 

China, willow-pattern, story on, ix. 210, 437 ; 
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China Walk: Cheyne Walk, v. 245, 312, 375, 

415, 476 

Chinaman on smells of England, ix. 406 
Chincough, old name for hooping-cough, viii. 200 
Chine, stuffed, x. 30, 78, 155 
Chinese, their high civilization, ii. 197 ; and the 

smell of white men, x. 54 
Chinlse arrow-breaking, story, viii. 25 
Chinese fabulous flying carriage, xi. 426 
Chinese folk-lore : bat, viii. 15 ; life star, 34 ; 

bees and lucky days, x. 285 ; moon legend, 347, 

456 ; tiger, 358 
Chinese ghosts, i. 176 

Chinese junk Keying, its history, vi. 227, 295 
Chinese legend of disobedient son, x. 408 
Chinese lyrics, v. 429, 474 ; vi. 517 ; viii. 34 
Chinese New Year's Day custom, xi. 413 
Chinese nominy, ii. 507 
Chinese pronunciation, xi. 86, 376 
Chinese proverb in Burton's ' Anatomy,' xi. 168 ; 

xii. 277 

Chinese puzzle, xi. 449 
Chinese story, old, ii. 505 
Chingford Church, " Nunquam non paratus " in, 

vi. 69, 117 

Chinook jargon, iii. 106 
Chippendale (Thomas), upholsterer, his biography, 

vi. 447 ; vii. 37 
Chippendale (William), solicitor, his biography, 

vi. 447 ; vii. 37 

Chippendall (W. H.) on Nonconformist burial- 
grounds, ix. 233 

Chippindale (William), solicitor. See Chippendale- 
Chippindall (Col. W. H.) on Chippingdale family, 

viii. 130. Meredith (Dean R. ), xii. 34. Strode's 

Regiment, xii. 256. Walker (Sir H.), xi. 9 
Chipping Sodbury, curious epitaph, xii. 507 
Chippingdale (John) of Blackendall, Staffs, 1635, 

viii. 130 

Chirk Castle gates, ii. 269, 357 
Chiswick High Road and George III., ix. 29 
Chiswick memorials, xii. 405 
Chiswick nightingales or frogs, i. 125 
Chitty and Carr families, iii. 209 
Chloe and the poet Prior, her identity, x. 7, 77, 134 
Chocolate in 1666, recipe for, iii. 309 
Chodowiecki, his ' Ziethen sitzend fur seinem 

Konig,' vi. 341 

Chodzko on the siege of Kazan, v. 328 
Choirs, Three, early notices, vi. 49 
Choker and chokey =to be in prison, i. 457 
Cholsey, Berkshire, parish clergy of, 1681-1728, 

iii. 326 

Chop-dollar, use of the word, i. 346, 456 
Chop the Wood, ring game, ix. 227 
' Ch9ps of the Channel," early parallel phrase, 

viii. 268 

Choristers, St. Paul's Cathedral, xi. 248 
Chough, Cornish, and witches, viii. 388 
' Chovevi-Zion,' Anglo-Israel paper, x. 407, 453 
Chrisom, baptismal robe, viii. 270, 377, 457; 

ix. 312 
Christ (Jesus), date of birth, ii. 300 ; physical 

cause of His death, iii. 9, 77, 132 ; shape of 

His cross, 60 ; chastised by the Virgin, iv. 85 ; 

and ' Pearls cannot equal the whiteness of 

his teeth," 307, 355 ; Santissimo Cristo at 

Burgo, vi. 309, 394 
Christ's Hospital, or Christ Hospital, the name, 

iv. 247, 310, 355 ; preparatory school for, 1683, 

vii. 7 ; excavations on its site, 366 ; and 

Samuel Richardson, xii. 301, 343 
Christ's Hospital costume, xi. 47, 96' 



Chris tchurch, New Zealand, inscription on museum, 

i. 268 

Christchurch or Twynham. See Twynham. 
Christian IV. of Denmark, xii. 513 
Christening a vessel with wine, iv. 260 ; x. 180 
Christening the dead in Russia, viii. 405 
Christian (Mrs.) on Waterloo Campaign, v. 293 
Christian and Mohammedan chronology, xi. 107, 

212 

Christian and Roman chronology, i. 86 
Christian family of Milntown, I.O.M., v. 209, 334 ; 

vi. 133 ; vii. 73 
Christian life, rules of, ii. 129, 255, 335 
Christian martyr, first Russian, viii. 6, 93 
Christian names, curious, i. 26, 170, 214, 235 ; 
ii. 375 ; full name and diminutive, i. 67 ; 
brothers and sisters bearing same, i. 257, 315, 
457 ; xii. 365 ; double, i. 315, 457 ; female , 
ii. 414 ; addition to, iii. 328, 374, 416 ; trans- 
mitted in families, iv. 365 ; brothers bearing 
the same, vii. 246, 413 ; women with masculine, 
ix. 409, 457, 517 

Christian Names : 

Affery, v. 32, 78 

Agnes and Anne, temp. Shakespeare, ii. 389, 
428, 473 ; viii. 507 

Alphonso, vi. 25 

Alvery or Alvary, xii. 309 

Amphilis, x. 289 

Anne. See Agnes. 

Arden, ii. 368 

Armorel, viii. 369 ; ix. 178 

Caroline, x. 450 ; xi. 15, 117, 238 

Charlotte, x. 271, 315, 338 

Corisande, iv. 247, 352 

Desmond, vi. 130, 175 

Dilliana, iv. 7 

Bbbin, viii. 329, 397 

Edmond and Edward, iii. 49, 153 

Ernisius, x. 388, 471 ; xi. 33, 155, 375 

Esmeralda, iv. 352 

Evelyn, ii. 156 

Fruzan or Frusan, xi. 349 

George, vii. 308, 375, 455, 513 

Haakon, vi. 25 ; x. 234, 277 

Hamlet, viii. 4, 155, 237, 329, 418, 436 ; xii. 98 

Jocosa, ii. 368 

Lawrence, c. 1498, i. 310 

Mereday, iv. 248, 334 

Nicholas, xi. 87, 255 

Nisidora, x. 348 

Pamela, vii. 265 

Polly, xii. 405 

Sibyl, viii. 426 

Sophony, iv. 148 

Thelma, x. 289 

Zirophceniza, xii. 226, 317 
1 Christian Union,' early volumes, vi. 9 
" Christianse ad leones, ' correct form, ii. 287 
Christianity and its forbears, iii. 245 
Christie ( J. ) on Bayne family, v. 209. Birth at sea 
in 1805, ii. 448. Officers of State in Scotland, 
vii. 10 

Christie (J. H.), his duel in 1821, iv. 189, 252 
Christie, Manson & Woods on Thackeray's pictures, 

ii. 192 
Christina, Queen of Sweden, translation of her 

works, v. 489 ; vi. 12 

Christmas : Puritans on, ii. 505 ; Yule " clog," 
ii. 507 ; iii. 11, 57, 155, 256 ; under Charles I., 
iii. 11 ; boar's head at, v. 35 ; use of the term 
Mother Christmas, 48 ; associated with pea- 



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cock, 69, 130, 177, 193 ; crusty loaf and mouldy 
cheese, viii. 482 ; at Selby Abbey, 1397, x. 
506 ; in Wales, 1774, xii. 507 

Christmas bibliography, ii. J>03 ; iii. 32 ; iv. 503 ; 
vi. 485 ; viii. 484 ; x. 505 ; xii. 506 

Christmas box, its origin, vi. 501 

' Christmas Boys,' mumming play in Isle of Wight, 
vi. 481 ; vii. 30, 75 

Christmas bush, description of, iv. 502 

Christmas carol, ' Over yonder 's a park," iv. 
181 ; Spanish, xii. 129 

Christmas carols, waits, and guisers, ii. 504 ; 
iii. 10 ; vi. 483 ; viii. 485 

Christmas ceremonies in Midlands : Pig-killing : 
Morris Dances : Mummers, vi. 483 

Christmas coincidences, ii. 505 

Christmas customs : in Somersetshire, iii. 86, 
236 ; at Chapel Royal, Savoy, vii. 429, 493 ; 
Christmas pig and the Wooset, xi. 27, 71, 115, 
395, 514 

Christmas customs, games, &c., ii. 503 

Christmas Day, poem by Coleridge on, vii. 146 ; 
and the birth of Christ, ix. 4 

Christmas Day and Lady Day, their connexion, 
x. 508 ; xi. 71 

Christmas Day in the morning, viii. 481 

Christmas Eve, Irish custom on, xi. 45 ; custom 
at Exeter Cathedral, xii. 170 

Christmas fare receipts, ix. 46, 73, 95, 117, 357 

Christmas ghost-story, ' Gin a Bogie meet a 
Bogie,' xii. 509 
Christmas In," Mid-Derbyshire custom, xii. 507 

Christmas mumming, v. 109, 155, 195 

Christmas notes, iv. 501 ; ix. 4, 51 

Christmas oat cakes, vi. 506 

Christmas pig, recipe for, xi. 27, 71, 115, 514 

Christmas pig's-head supper, iv. 505 

Christmas procession at Ramsgate, v. 208, 374, 416 

Christmas quarrel, 1859, xii. 508 

Christmas trees in England, ix. 4 

Christmas turnovers in The Globe, vi. 485 

Christmas windows, vi. 506 

Christmastide folk-lore, i. 172 

Christ-tide, the word in 1629, ii. 504 

Chronology, Roman and Christian, i. 86 ; Old 
and New Style : " Our eleven days," ii. 128, 
177, 266 ; xii. 473 ; Christian and Mohammedan, 
xi. 107, 212 

Chrystal Magna, its whereabouts, x. 89, 277 

Chudleigh (Miss) as Iphigenia, viii. 4 

Chumleigh tradition, vi. 327 

Chunnerin', dialect word, ii. 26 

Church : crowns in tower or spire of, i. 17, 38, 
157 ; mistletoe at Chalons-sur-Marne, 66 ; 
Procession door at Sandwich, 468 ; foot- 
warmers in, iii. 307 ; oldest Protestant, in the 
United States, v. 244 ; meets of hounds an- 
nounced in, x. 468, 515 ; bride and bridegroom 
at, xi. 10, 136 ; hatchments in, 307 

Church ale, application of the term, i. 37, 75 ; 
vi. 70, 115 

Church bells, meaning of peacock on, viii. 208 

Church building at Peking, singing during, viii. 445 

Church furniture, English, book on, viii. 469 

Church history in pictures, iv. 107 

Church music in country districts, iii. 185, 253 

Church notes of Sir Stephen Glynne, x. 441 

Church organs, barrels for, viii. 66 

Church porch, bequests payable in, iv. 369 ; 
pattens left in, ix. 268, 336, 394 

Church plate sold, xi. 107 

Church properties, their removal, viii. 466, 467 

Church spoons, iv. 468 ; v. 13, 56, 77 



Church stores and chantries, pre-Reformation, 

vii. 467 
Church towers, musical services on, viii. 8, 96, 153 ; 

and smuggled goods, xi. 129, 238 
Church of England, members called Protestants, 

iv. 427 
Churches, unrestored, ii. 487 ; royal arms in, 

500 ; v. 188, 230, 294, 336; vi. 53 ; ix. 287 ; 

rebus in, v. 188, 250, 297, 317, 356 ; lights in 

pre-Reformation, 429, 494 ; maintained by 

gilds, 450; on post cards, vi. 48; rood-lofts 

in, vii. 482 ; effigies of heroic size in, viii. 

250, 433 ; books on their dedications, ix. 28, 

332 ; and Lady Chapels, x. 289 ; mayors 

elected in, xii. 148, 337 ; combined parochial 

and monastic, 168 
Churches, metropolitan, built temp. Queen Anne, 

ix. 429 ; x. 36, 435 

Churches, Scottish, their ownership, xii. 168 
Churches, Spanish, birds' eggs in, vi. 206 
Churchill (C.) mural tablet at Dover, iv. 308, 357 
Churchwardens appointed by Mayors, ix. 129, 318 
Churchwardens' accounts, i. 70 ; Worfield, iv. 

327, 416 ; SS. Anne and Agnes, Aldersgate, 

v. 369, 410 ; viii. 269 ; peculiar words in, vi. 

36 ; passages in, vii. 189, 232, 275 ; St. John 

Zachary, viii. 9, 73 ; 1705-49, ix. 54 ; book on, 

suggested, xii. 383 

Churchyard (Thomas), his will, iii. 125 
Churchyard cough, gout in the throat, vii. 7, 156 
Churchyards, mediaeval, bones and tombstones 

in, viii. 390, 452 ; ix. 56, 173 
Cicero, antique busts of, iii. 205 
Cigarettes, slang words for, ix. 507 
Cincinnatti, Society of the, explained, xii. 328 
Cinderella's slipper, ii. 320 
Cipher : by the Duke of Monmouth, ii. 347, 411 ; 

used by Balzac, iii. 368 ; of Francis Bacon, iv. 

188 

Circular, netmaker's, 18th cent., x. 207 
Circum-Baikal, use of the word, iii. 305 
Cirencester Town Hall and the term " Vice," ix. 

149, 217, 277, 338, 392 
Cire-perdue process and Sir J. S. Lumley, x. 89 ; 

xii. 387, 452 

Cisio janus in chronology, ii. 333 
Citizen on antique furniture, ix. 389 
Citizenship, O. W. Holmes on, vii, 249, 297, 475 
City buildings constructed with Godstone stone, 

xii. 227 

City Companies, their Halls, iii. 87, 171, 294 
City Councillor, clergyman as, iii. 24, 134, 175 
City Guilds, their badges, vii. 347, 457 ; charters 

to, temp. James I., 347, 457 
City of London Militia, 1716, records, v. 488 
City of London Poll-Books, 1745-55, vi. 328 
City parish records wanting, viii. 48 
* City Press,' its Jubilee, viii. 81, 108, 122, 142 
City Road Chapel and the Stubbs family, v. 328 
Civic baronetcies since 1837, viii. 301, 413 
Civil War, ballad by Thornbury, iv. 148 ; schools 

and schoolmasters during, viii. 310, 395 ; 

Oxford Parliamentary leaders in, xii. 21, 82 ; 

English Navy during, 308, 496 
Civil War documents, xi. 228 

Civil War earthworks, remains of, iv. 328, 394, 453 
Civilization and France, i. 448 ; ii. 13, 197 
Civis on factory workers' American magazine, 

vii. 469. Virginia and the Eastern Counties 

vii. 412 

Clack-hole of bellows, use ot the term, vii. 267 
Clairmont (Jane), her grave, ii. 284 
Clapham (Henoch), bibliography of, iv. 362 



TENTH SERIES. 



65 



Clapham (John), Elizabethan author, his bio- 
graphy, xi. 509 

Clapham (Rev. Jonathan), Rector of Wrampling- 
ham, xii. 8 

Clapham worthies, v. 306 

Clare (Earl of) and the riots of 1795, v. 211 

Clarendon House, later Albemarle House, vii. 268, 
312 

Clarendon Press ' Rules for Compositors and 
Readers,' ii. 305, 450 

Claret, used in fountain, x. 507 

Clarges (Sir T.) portraits of Shakespeare, iv. 
368, 494 

Claridge (Sir John), portrait by Chinnery, vii. 329 

Claridge (W.) on Forisfactura, x. 208 

Claridge's, late Mivart's Hotel, its history, ix. 47 

Claringbold family of Rolling Court, Kent, vi. 
448 

Clarionett as a surname, xi. 487 ; xii. 98 

Clark (A.) on Maldon records and the drama, vii. 
181, 342, 422; viii. 43. 'Merry Thoughts in 
a Sad Place,' i. 141. Players' companies on 
tour, xii. 41. Smith (Adam), his status at 
Oxford, xii. 384 

Clark (D. R.) on " Gentle Shakespeare," iii. 170. 
' Love's Labour 's Lost ' : its date, iii. 370. 
Money, its value in Shakespeare's time, iii. 288 

Clark (E.) on glowworm or firefly, i. 112 

Clark (M. S.) on pillion : flails, iv. 72. Piscon- 
led, vii. 376 

Clark (P. E.) on Col. Howe, viii. 90 

Clark (Rich.), Chamberlain of London, his library, 
i. 469 ; ii. 35 

Clark (Thomas), Edinburgh law bookseller, i. 409 

Clark (W.) on Virgin Mary's nut, xii. 256 

Clark family, i. 389, 456 

Clarke (A. H. T.) on Coleridge and Newman on 
Gibbon, v. 387 

Clarke (Dr. Adam), his weather observations, i. 441 ; 
and sermons by Patrick Adair, vii. 308 

Clarke (Sir Alured), Governor-General of India, 
vii. 489 

Clarke (Caroline) on Carlyle and Freemasonry, 
xi. 437 

Clarke (Cecil) on awaitful, vii. 510. Beaconsfield 
(Lord), his faith, iii. 367. Besant, iii. 155. 
Birch's, City confectioner's, vii. 366 ; viii. 216. 
Book-stealing : degrees of blackness, vii. 212. 
Cacophony in titles, vi. 106. " Caveac ' 
Tavern, viii. 153. ' Chaperoned by her 
father," i. 93. Coliseums old and new, ii. 485. 
Court Leet : Manor Court, viii. 93. Cromwell 
and Milton, ix. 214. Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, 
iii. 237. Elm, great hollow, at Hampstead, 
iii. 257. English graves in Italy, ii. 
352. " Entente cordiale," x. 37. Gordon 
House, Kentish Town, vi. 35. Hampstead 
omnibus, viii. 156. Hogsflesh (William), viii. 
395. Holly Lodge, Highgate, vii. 487. Holy- 
oake (G. J.) : G. J. Harney, v. 126. Houses 
of historical interest, vi. 356. Hyphens after 
street names, iv. 449. Irresponsible scribblers, 
ii. 277. Lares & Penates, firm-name, xii. 384. 
London taverns in seventeenth century, xii. 
414. Louis Philippe's landing in England, 
v. 391, 473 ; vi. 198 ; ix. 277. ' Matin de la 
Vie,' xi. 388. " Matthew, Mark, Luke, and 
John," xii. 218. Mellon (Mrs. Alfred), xii. 337. 
Memorial tablets on houses, ii. 369. Moliere's 
comedies : record price, xii. 47. Moxhay (Mr.), 
Leicester Square showman, iii. 395 ; v. 57. 
Puns at the Haymarket, i. 269. ' Rebecca,' 
a novel, v. 117, 377 ; ix. 275. Royal Oak Day, 



iv. 30. Sacred place-names in foreign lands, 
xii. 494. Samaritan Society, London, xii. 197 
Sardinian Chapel, Lincoln's Inn Fields, v. 146. 
Scala, La, iii. 448. Shakespeare Second Folio 
in Switzerland, xi. 366. Sothern's London 
residence, iii. 88, 111. Spanish Place : Hertford 
House, viii. 406. " Sweet lavender," x. 146 ; 
xii. 176. Townley House, Ramsgate, v. 106. 
Travelling Pontiffs, xii. 186. Vanishing London, 
i. 447; ii. 125. "Ville of Sarre," x. 268. 
Wilde (Oscar) bibliography, v. 176 
Clarke (Rev. E. Daniel), his family, xii. 328 
Clarke (Edward), Winchester scholar, xi. 286 
Clarke (G. H.) on Norman inscriptions in York* 

shire, iii. 349, 476 

Clarke (H. S. S.) on Andrew Marvell, vii. 130 
Clarke (Lieut. Henry), R.N., d. 1818, his birth,, 

vii. 370 

Clarke (Mary Anne) and the Duke of York, iii. 12 
Clarke (Major R. S. ) on Lord Lake, x. 348. Mac- 

donell, iv. 530. Pilgrim's device, ix. 388 
Clasket, Lincoln place-name, its origin, xi. 29 
Classic and translator, ii. 71 
Classic on quotations wanted, v. 248 
Classical literature as an educative force, v. 189 
Classical quotations, v. 27, 75 ; vii. 337 
Classics, quoted in Parliament, ii. 326, 418 ; list 

of English translations, vi. 268, 514 
Classicus on whiff, a boat, x. 91 
Classis, use of the word, 1646-7, vii. 189, 232 
Claugh family, x. 289 
Clavering and De Mandeville families, i. 149,. 

213, 293 
Claverley, Shropshire, old briefs discovered at,. 

i. 474 

Clavis on Nicholas Upton, ix. 389 
Clay (Sir Arthur) on author wanted, xi. 268 
Clay (R. M.) on localities wanted, vi. 430 
Clay (Thomas) of Ludgate Hill, publisher, ix. 327 
Clayton (C. E. A.) on Irish-printed medical books,. 

xi. 428. Pharmacopoeia, x. 168 
Clayton (E. G.) on Romney's house in Cavendish 

Square, vii. 487 ; viii. 11 

Clayton (F.) on " King's Dues," ix. 337. London 
remains, viii. 338. Royal arms in churches, 
v. 230. Snakes in South Africa, v. 428 ; vi. 
10, 294. " What Lancashire thinks to-day," 
ix. 329. Worple Way, vii. 293, 417 
Clayton (H. B.) on abracadabra, ix. 467. Artists' 
Rifles, ix. 484. Bishop, first, to marry, x. 366. 
Christie (J. H.), iv. 252. Chunnerin', ii. 26. 
Congreve's birthplace, iii. 165. Death-bed of 
the Blessed Virgin, xii. 376. Dolly Varden 
up to date, ii. 185. Dublin printer, first, x. 106^ 
Duff, early mission ship, x. 503 ; xi. 112. 
Elihu Yale's epitaph, x. 502. Female abo- 
litionist, first, vi. 365. Grenadier Guards' 
band, xi. 306. Heath (W.), artist, ix. 473;. 
x. 93. Jones (Paul), his birthplace, iv. 67. 
Moon legends, x. 347. Moscow campaign, iii. 
212. Pedlars' Rest, vii. 266. Peer of France, 
last, i. 225. Regimental marches, x. 457. Sema- 
phore signalling, xi. 271. Stanley (Sir H. M.),. 
his nationality, i. 446. " There ! ' v. 246. 
Thieves' slang : " Joe Gurr," i. 386 
Clayton (John), botanist, Dean of Kildare, xL 

306, 396 

Clayton (Mr.), his Eton lists, iii. 87 
Clayton (W.), Baron Sundon = Charlotte Dyve, 

xi. 188, 306, 317 
Cleaning, early, and snow, ix. 210 
Cleather (Col.) on Carnac, xii. 187 
Cleaver and Fenton families, v. 23 



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GENERAL INDP]X. 



Clement XI. (Pope) and Bishop John Gordon, 

viii. 450 ; ix. 12 
Clement family, x. 69 
Clementi-Smith (Rev. P.), first clergyman elected 

to City Corporation since Reformation, iii. 

24, 134, 175 
Clements (H. J. B.) on arms on a brass, xii. 278. 

Bibliotheca Farmeriana, vii. 12. Conyers, iv. 

57. Edwards of Halifax, x. 54. Heraldry, 

ii. 490. Irish bog butter, v. 416. ' Nitor in 

adversum," viii. 474. Pellican family, xii. 315. 

Place, v. 333. Sainsbury Collection, ix. 494. 

Steward of the Household, v. 396. Warner 

(Sir Thomas), xi. 195. Woldock family, x. 78 
Clement's Inn knocker, xi. 69, 117 
Clement's Inn sundial, its history, vi. 30, 117, 173 
Clemesha (H. W.) on Canapolitans, xi. 429 
Cleopatra, Shakespeare and Tennyson on, ix. 121 ; 

pictures of, 194 

Clephan (R. C.) on " Brown Bess," v. 91 
Clergy, inferior, their appellations in early records, 

ix. 454 ; x. 175, 250, 353 
Clergy, sporting, before the Reformation, ii. 89, 

293 
Clergy in wigs, viii. 149, 214 ; ix. 497 ; x. 16, 78, 

158, 356, 392 

Clergyman, as privateer, i. 495 ; as City Councillor, 
iii. 24, 134, 175 ; with battledore in pulpit, 
viii. 450 ; ix. 53 
Clergymen, Anglican, biographical notes on, vi. 

30, 114 

Clerical costume in the nineteenth century, vi. 406 
Clerical interments, x. 148, 233 
Clerke (Sir Philip Jennings), Bart., c. 1774, iv. 429 
Clerkenwell, theatre in Rawstorne Street, iii. 329 
Clerks, parish, stories of, ii. 128, 215, 373 ; men of 

family as, ix. 35, 271, 334 

Cleveland (General J. W.), his descent, x. 289 
Clever, etymology of the word, vi. 25, 76 
Clies (Henrietta) of Lisbon = Admiral Lord 

Rodney, i. 226 

Cliffe and Steemson families, v. 169, 217 
* Clifford Priory,' novel, vi. 169 
Clifford's Inn, its history, ix. 407 
Clim of the Clough, ballads on, xii. 386, 494 
Clindenin (William), M.D., died c. 1795, vii. 290 
Clindening (G. T.) on Glendonwyn of Glendonwyn, 

x. 210 

Clinson (O.) on " That same," iv. 515 
Clio on local ' Notes and Queries,' iii. 498. Mete- 
yard (Miss), vi. 77. Ropes used at executions, 
v. 498. Thackeray queries, i. 207. Thumb 
(Tom), his first appearance in London, vi. 13 
Clippingdale (S. D.) on antelope as crest, ix. 517. 
Belfries, detached, iv. 415, 513. Bradford-on- 
Avon, xii. 507. Clippingdale, vi. 151. Doctors 
who remained in London during the Plague, 
xi. 266 ; xii. 18. Estates held by peculiar 
tenures, ix. 197. Fleetwood brass, vi. 137. 
Heraldic, v. 455. Leech-gathering, ix. 291. 
London and Birmingham Railway, viii. 292. 
Patrick (Richard), M.D., xii. 348. Poisons, 
ix. 412. Speech after removal of tongue, ix. 
296. West London rivers, viii. 347, 414. 
" World Turned Upside Down," viii. 355. 
, Yellow-hammer superstitions, xi. 452 
Clippingdale family history, vii. 37 
Clippingdale surname, its origin, vi. 151, 237, 472 
Clive (Lord), error in Macaulay's essay on, iii. 405 
Cloak used in wooing, vi. 150 
Clock, made by Br^guet for Napoleon, i. 446 ; 

made by W. Franklin, ii. 448, 513 
Clock, royal, and press reference, c. 1903, ix. 429 



Clockmakers : J. Turin, i. 107 ; Beliard, vii. 268 ; 

Lancaster, ix. 487 

Clocks : stopped at death, iii. 124, 175 ; with 
words instead of figures, v. 349, 413, 476 ; vi. 
36 ; of St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, xii. 49, 278 
Clocks, Cortel, meaning of the term, viii. 89, 156 
Clocks, grandfather, book on, ix. 409 
Clog or log, the Yule, iii. 11, 57, 155, 256 
Cloister er= choir -nun, use of the word, viii. 467; 

ix. 94 

Close, as a French noun, iv. 89 
Close (Poet), his works, i. 409 ; ii. 232 
Closets, hair-powdering, iv. 349, 417, 453; v. 57, 

95 135 177 394 

Closets in' Edinburgh buildings, ii. 89, 154, 234, 297 
" Closure-by-compartment," the phrase, ii. 106 
Cloth, illustration of " walking ' or " fulling," 

v. 169, 212, 293 

Cloth, Aylsham, in the fourteenth century, i. 4, 172 
Clothes and their influence, xii. 468 
Clothes of prisoners as perquisites, iii. 369, 472 ; 

iv. 96 

Clothing, mediaeval inventory, iii. 346 
Clothing terms, English, in foreign tongues, xii. 

284, 474 

Clouds, their formation, ix. 167, 213 
Clough, 16th-century pronunciation of the word, 

ix. 250 

Clove and nail, the measures, iii. 41, 134, 231 
Clover Leaf, Fellows of the, i. 7, 193 
Club (O.) on Place-names in -ox, ix. 508 
Club, name for a university women's, i. 489 ; ii. 33 
Club cups shaped like a hand, iv. 327, 397 
Clubs ; Dr. Samuel Johnson's Club, 1783, and 
Literary Club, 1764, their membership, v. 190 ; 
convivial, c. 1740-1820, ix. 448 
Cluet (Richard), D.D., c. 1651, his burial-place, 

x. 148 

Cluni on women voters, ii. 494 
Clutterbuck (Robert) on Thurtell and Weare, 

xii. 283 

Clyse, dialect word, i. Ill 
Coaching houses in London, 1680, viii. 1, 95 
Coachman's epitaph at Edinburgh, ii. 96 
Coal Hole in the Strand, its history, v. 306, 353, 394 
Coat of arms. See Heraldry. 
Cobb (G. H.) on Edward Gee, ix. 389 
Cobberers and nutting time, x. 185 
Cobbett (W.), criticisms on Shakespeare and 

Milton, xi. 127, 194 

Cobden (Richard), bibliography, i. 481 ; ii. 3, 
62, 103, 142 ; commemorative tablet, ii. 425 ; 
earliest political writing, v. 501 
Cobham (C.) on curious Christian names, i. 171. 
Fonts desecrated, ii. 170. Tide in the Thames, 
extraordinary, iii. 135 
Cobkey, c. 1626, explanation of the word, vii. 448 ; 

viii. 54 

Cobweb-pills in 1781, i. 205, 273, 317 
Cochineal, called mestique, vii. 105 
Cochrane (B. A.) on Melchior Guydickens, v. 37 
Cock ale, recipe for, xi. 7 
Cock, white, v. the devil in China, ix. 486 
Cockade, its history, ii. 407, 537 
Cockade, right to use, iii. 356 
Cockbaine (Christopher), d. 1844, his biography, 

vi. 30 
Cockburn (F. N.) on Thompson of Boughton, co. 

Kent, i. 87 

Cockburn (H. A.) on Thomas Gladstone, ii. 388 
Cockburnspath, place-name, its pronunciation, 

x. 430 ; xi. 72, 212, 335, 436 ; xii. 213, 256 
Cock-Crower, King's, iii. 228, 312 



TENTH SEBIES. 



67 



Cock-foster, place-name, its derivation, x. 30, 94, 

253 

Cockle (M. J. D.) on American Civil War, iv. 527. 
'Army List,' 1642, vii. 30. Battlefield sayings, 
i. 437. Boer War of 1881, i. 395. Bow last 
used in war, i. 225. Camel bibliography, ix. 
37. Chasseurs Britanniques, ix. 37. Crom- 
well at Padua, vi. 509. Drum-major : John 
Bibie, vii. 293. Hodson of Indian Mutiny, 
viii. 4J4. Keith (Marshal), ix. 429. Laws or 
custom of war, vi. 429. ' Military Discipline,' 
v. 12. Military or martial law, vi. 386. 
Bobson (George Fennell), ix. 273. Seventeenth- 
century libraries, v. 429. Siege literature, vi. 
409. Storming at Fort Moro, ii. 93. Tai- 
Ping War, ix. 431. Vaghnatch, or tiger-claw 
weapon, ii. 55. West Indian military records, 
vi. 476. ' Yong Souldier,' i. 428 

Cockney, use of h, ii. 307, 351, 390, 490, 535 

Cockroach, use of roach for, vii. 425 

Cockroaches to destroy vermin, vi. 9 

Cocks (Kitty), Countess of Stamford, viii. 328 

Cockshut time, explanation of the phrase, i. 121, 
195, 232 

Cocoa-nut throwing by monkeys, vi. 209, 256, 312 

Cocoa-nuts and monkeys in ' Swiss Family Robin- 
son,' vii. 395 

Cocoa-Nutti language, xi. 7 

Codman (Tom), last of the Yarmouth postboys, 
ix. 484 

Codrington (Dr. R. H.) on words in American 
newspapers, xii. 51 

Coffee, its etymology, xii. 64, 111, 156, 198, 232, 
318, 377 

Coffee-drinking in Palestine, xi. 90, 236, 358 

Coffin (W. H.) in Abyssinia, 1810-26, xii. 108, 230 

Coffin, flies in, iv. 386 

Coffin House at Brixham, i. 388, 493 

Coffin -nails = cigarettes, use of the term, ix. 507; 
x. 234 

Coffins and shrouds, viii. 90, 137, 215, 254 

Cogan (Thomas), reference in ' Haven of Health ' 
to Sallust, vii. 128 

Coghlan (Miss), of Bath, portraits by Gains- 
borough, ix. 9 

Cohen (H.) on Campbell, x. 338 

Coherer, early use of the term, xii. 88, 137 

Coincidences, name, iii. 466 

Coins : simple guides to, iv. 288, 375 ; Pistole, 
temp. William III., v. 307 ; American, vii. 36, 
136, 154 ; viii. 63, 115 ; popular names for, 
vii. 153 ; legends on English gold and silver, 
183, 237, 294, 318 ; mite, viii. 69, 138, 454 ; 
Victorian florin of 1849, ix. 209, 497 ; x. 16, 
77 ; George II. marked Lima, 1745, ix. 290 ; 
Accession and Coronation, x. 130, 190, 230 ; 
Turkish, 488 

Coins and medals, spurious, xii. 46 

Coins and tokens, copper, how to clean, i. 248, 
335 456 

Coke (Alfred) on Coke or Cook, iv. 13 

Coke or Cook (Sir Edward), spelling of surname, 
iii. 430 ; iv. 13, 78 

Coke (Lady Elisabeth), date of her death, ix. 489 

Coke (Vice-Chamberlain), his two wives, iii. 146 

Coke (William) and the billycock hat, ix. 27 

Coke pronounced Cook, iii. 430 ; iv. 13, 78 ; vii. 
380 

Colchester, proclamation of winter at, ix. 29 

Colcock (C. J.) on Pettus, ii. 468 

Cold Harbour, meaning of the name, i. 341, 413, 
496 ; ii. 14, 74 ; iv. 19 ; vii. 200 ; ix. 68, 113 ; 
xii. 280 



Colds, St. Kilda, vii. 307 

Coldstream (W.) on " Nose of wax," viii. 228 

Coldstream Guards, origin of the appellation, i. 30 

Cole (H.) on dog-names, ii. 233 

Cole (Henrietta) on Golden Roof at Innsbruck, 
v. 136 

Cole (Henry), the ' D.N.B.' on, i. 224 

Cole (Jacob), verse-writer, ii. 289 ; xii. 129, 218, 
251, 418, 467 

Cole (John), his ' Calendar of Huntingdon,' xi. 
309 

Cole (Rev. Thomas), 1763, his writings, ix. 184 

Cole (Rev. William), antiquary, his MSS., iv. 
429, 495 

Colebrehous : Le Colebrehous in 1348, xii. 149 

Coleman (Charlotte), c. 1766, her biography, iv. 489 

Coleman (E. H.) on Addison's daughter, i. 151. 
Amberskins : chocolate recipe, iii. 393. " An 
Austrian army," i. 211. Apothecaries' Act of 
1815, iii. 394. Arithmetic, iii. 98. " As the 
crow flies," i. 296. ' Ashes to ashes," i. 430. 
Aylmer arms, i. 155. Bankrupts in 1708-9, 
iii. 154. Barbers, i. 513. Bath (Sir Harry) : 
Shotover, iii. 277. Bathing machines, ii. 
131. Baxter's oil printing, i. 490. Beating 
the bounds, ii. 114. Becket (St. Thomas a), 
i. 452. Belfries, detached, Iv. 290. Benbow, 
ii. 111. " Better the day better the deed," 
ii. 16. Bidding Prayer, iii. 234. Bland 
(John), iv. 314. Bombay Grab, iv. 177. 
Bonaparte and England, iii. 452. Bread for 
the Lord's Day, ii. 538. Bringing in the Yule 
" clog," iii. 11. Broach or brooch, iii. 78. 
Building customs and folk-lore, i. 515. Bunney, 
ii. 13. Butcher Hall Street, ii. 117. Byard 
family, i. 414. Calvert (Sir William), iii. 55. 
Candlemas gills, i. 36. Carver, royal, ii. 134. 
Carey (Mrs.), iii. 12. Caroline (Queen), her 
trial, i. 174. Catesby (Robert), i. 172. Chauncy 
(Sir Henry), i. 158. Chelsea Physic Garden, i. 
271, 336. Child executed for witchcraft, iv. 38. 
Christie (J. H.), iv. 252. Clavering : De 
Mandeville, i. 214. Cockade, ii. 537. Col- 
lectioner, i. 93. Compter Prison, iii. 254. 
Concerts of Antient Music, iv. 49. Copying 
press, iii. 153. Cottiswold, i. 334. Creation, 
its date, iii. 333. Cricket engravings, iv. 132. 
Cromer Street, iii. 336, 454. Cromwell buried 
in Red Lion Square, i. 72. Cromwell House, 
Highgate, iv. 135. ' Crown and Three Sugar 
Loaves," i. 215. Custom of Thravcs, iv. 397. 
Daguerreotypes, faded, iv. 208. De Keleseye 
or Kelsey family, ii. 275. Denny (Lady Ara- 
bella), ii. 419. Dobbin, children's game, iii. 238. 
Dorsetshire snake-lore, i. 253. Ducking the 
mayor and constable, iv. 325. Dummer 
family, iv. 315. Egerton-Warburton, i. 296. 
England without noblesse, iv. 157. Eton lists, 
ii. 152. Farrant's anthem, iv. 355. "February 
fill dyke," iii. 314. Fettiplace, i. 397. Foot- 
ball on Shrove Tuesday, i. 194. Galileo 
portrait, ii. 492. Gamage, ii. 334. George 
III.'s cleverness, iv. 273. George III.'s 
daughters, iv. 236. Good Friday custom at 
Bow, iii. 344. ' Goody Two Shoes,' ii. 250. 
Greig (Admiral Sir Samuel), i. 433. Grievance 
Office : John le Keux, ii. 537. Guide to Manor 
Rolls, i. 272. Gwillim's ' Display of Heraldrie,' 
ii. 416. Hair-powdering closets, iv. 417. Hen- 
hussey : WTiip-stitch : Wood-toter, i. 518. 
Holies (Gervaise), i. 251. Holy Maid of Kent, 
ii. 336. Hone, a portrait, ii. 154. I.H.S., ii. 
192. John Inglesant, i. 357. Jersey wheel, 

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GENEKAL INDEX. 



ii. 274. Kant's descent, iii. 114. Kean (Ed- 
mund), ii. 35. King's Cock-Grower, iii. 312. 
Lamb's Panopticon, iv. 215. Lancashire and 
Cheshire wills, i. 38. Langley Meynell : Sir 
Kobert Francis, iii. 332. Lefroy family, iii. 197. 
Lemans of Suffolk, ii. 317. Lincoln civic 
insignia : the mayor's ring, iii. 436. Lincoln 
inventory, iii. 435. London rubbish at Moscow, 
i. 208. Lonning, iv. 70. Macdonough (Felix 
Bryan), iii. 98. MacElligott (Col. Roger), i. 295. 
Magna Charta, ii. 35. Maiden Lane, Maiden, 
iii. 394. Markham's spelling-book, ii. 377. 
Marriage registers, i. 75. May-dewing, iii. 422. 
Mazzard Fair, ii. 312. Milestones, i. 133. 
Mineral Wells, Streatham, ii. 315. Montagu 
(Basil), his MSS., iv. 156. Moon and hair- 
cutting, iv. 29. Morganatic marriage, i. 52. 
Moxhay (Mr.), Leicester Square showman, iii. 
357. Napoleon, his reputed son, i. 197. New- 
lands, Chalfont St. Peter, iv. 213. Newton 
(Isaac), miniature of, i. 315, 414. Northall, 
Shropshire, i. 377. Obb wig, ii. 176. Obiit 
Sunday, i. 28. ' Old England," i. 255. Oxen- 
ham epitaphs, ii. 411. Oxford almanac de- 
signers, ii. 512. ' Oxford Sausage,' ii. 376. 
Parker family, iv. 15. Parish documents, ii. 
476. Peck (William), i. 434. Philippina : 
Philopcena, iii. 471. Phrases and reference, ii. 
197. Pindar family, i. 135. Pleshey fortifica- 
tions, iv. 116. Portuguese pedigrees, ii. 255. 
Premonstratensian abbeys, iv. 231. Prescrip- 
tions, i. 453. Propale, ii. 493. Purdonium, iii. 
436. Radcliffe (Ann), iv. 76. ' Ringing for 
Gofer," i. 6. Rocque's and Horwood's maps 
of London, iii. 274. Rodney's second wife, 
i. 297. Rogationtide at Ufford,iii. 465. Roman 
theatre at Verulam, iii. 5. Rowe family, i. 356. 
Rushbearing, iv. 87. Sack, iii. 434. St. 
Aylott, iii. 315. St. Julian's Pater Noster, iii. 
893. Sanderson dance, iv. 358. School slates, 
iii. 14. Scotch burial custom, iv. 10. Sellinger, 
i. 491. Shelley (Samuel), i. 278. Seventeenth- 
century phrases, ii. 533. Shipman (Sir Abraham), 
iii. 197. Silesias : pocketings. ii. 312. Silk 
men : silk throwsters, ii. 217. Smallage, i. 330. 
Snaith Peculiar Court, iv. 334. Sonnet on 
N. M. Constance, iii. 489. Southwell (Right 
Hon. Edward), i. 56. Speakers of the Irish 
House of Commons, i. 293. Spratt family, iii. 
313. Statues, London, missing, ii. 209. ' Steer 
to the Nor' -Nor' -West,' iii. 172. Stob, ii. 495. 
Stoyle, i. 432. Swift's gold snuff-box, ii. 292. 
Tarleton, the sign of " The Tabor," and St. 
Bennet's Church, iii. 55. Tithing barn, ii. 477. 
Tituladoes, ii. 16. Toastmaster, iii. 395. 
Torch and taper, i. 196. Travels in China, 
iii. 15. Travers (Elias), his diary, ii. 133. 
Travers (Henry), iii. 416. Tunbridge Wells 
harvest custom, iv. 447. " Tymbers of ermine," 
i. 492. Tyndale (W.), his ordination, iii. 494. 
Tyrrell family, iii. 133. Undertaker, iii. 273. 
Verschoyle : Folden, iii. 116. " Vine ' Inn, 
Highgate Road, ii. 433. Warlow, German 
place-name, iii. 335. Wellington's horses, i. 
416. " Welsh rabbit," i. 70. Wenham (Jane), 
Witch of Walkern, iv. 197. Wheel as symbol 
of religion, iv. 250. White Company : naker, 
ii. 132. Wilderspin (Samuel), iii. 135. Willesden 
families, iii. 293. Witham, ii. 333. Woolmen 
in the fifteenth century, ii. 515. Women 
voters, i. 372. Worple Way, iv. 396. Yacht- 
ing, iv. 156. Yeoman of the Crown, i. 273 
Coleman : Fanshawe t Blount, ix. 48 



Colenso (Bishop), his excommunication, iii. 187, 

251, 374 

Coleorton, Leicestershire, inscriptions at, viii. 486 
Coleraine family and Tottenham, Middlesex, viii. 

356 

Coleridge (Hartley), contributions to periodicals, 
x. 49, 118 ; xi. 217 ; as an art-critic, xi. 181, 
341, 406 
Coleridge (Mary E.), her poem ' Unwelcome,' xi. 

328 

Coleridge (S. T.), C. Lamb, and Mr. May, i. 61, 109; 
on " talented," ii. 23 ; bibliography, 81, 245 ; 
' Lyrical Ballads,' 1798, 228 ; notes on Herder's 
' Kalligone,' iv. 341 ; and William Blake, v. 
89, 135 ; on Gibbon, 387, 435, 455 ; unknown 
epigram, vi. 145, 234, 293 ; ' Wanderings of 
Cain,' 387 ; and Wordsworth and Kirke White, 
427, 496 ; mispunctuation in ' Dejection,' vii. 
45, 95 ; poem on Christmas Day, 146 ; his 
' Epitaphium Testamentarium,' 387, 436 ; and 
the nightingale, viii. 192 ; origin of ' Christabel,' 
ix. 27, 112 ; his ' Religious Musings,' 63, 133 ; 
and William Blake, c. 1650, 63 ; Gillman's 
biography, 64 ; as an art-critic, xi. 181, 341, 
406 ; lectures on Shakespeare, xii. 8 ; and 
opium, 65 
Coles (Charles Barwell) his " Short Whist," 1834, 

xii. 264, 318, 357 

Coles (J.) on Beauchamp of Somersetshire, viii. 
471. Bishops of St. Asaph, xi. 147. Speakers 
of the House of Commons, xi. 31 
Coles (J.), Jun., on Joseph Anstice, iv. 150. 
Atlas and Pleione, iv. 475. Bonville (Lord) 
of Chewton, vi. 195. Butler (Billy), x. 453. 
Plum : Jack Horner, vi. 111. Ruskin at 
Neuchatel, ii. 512. Witham, ii. 474 
Colet (Dean), on peace and war, v. 28, 57, 95, 

153 ; pronunciation of his name, x. 249 
Colfe's Almshouses, Lewisham, their demolition, 

ii. 324 

Coliseum v. Colosseum, orthography of name, iii. 
267, 353 

oliseums old and new, ii. 485, 529 ; iii. 52, 116, 
189, 255, 437 ; iv. 176 
oil. on fictitious Latin plurals, i. 193 
ollar for reprieved criminal, viii. 507 ; ix. 174 
ollar of SS. Ireland, xi. 310, 418 
ollectioner, meaning of the word, i. 28, 93 
ollege and school tokens, ix. 70, 237, 296 
ollege H^raldique de France, in Canada, viii. 
368, 392, 438 ; ix. 96 

ollege of Arms and the right to arms, iv. 188 
ollege of Arms of Canada, v. 87 
^olleton (John), exiled 1584-5, ix. 184 
! olleton family of Devonshire, ix. 69 
ollett (A. R.) on Spanish Walk Exchange, xii. 356 
iollett (B.) on Collett family, xii. 269 
ollett family, xii. 269 

bllie (R.) on Admiral Sir W. Hewett and others, 
vi. 469 

oilier (Henry), of Bream's Buildings, v. 66, 133 
oilier (Jeremy) and the storm of 1703, v. 161 
ollier's ' Celsus,' plates in, ii. 56 
ollingwood (Admiral Lord), his descendants, v. 
49, 175 

bllins, origin of the name, i. 329, 398, 515 
ollins (E. J.) on Wace on the battle of Hastings, 
iii. 407 

Collins (F. Howard) on banana, vi. 433. ' Bbl.," 
v. 74. Beside, iv. 375. Bishops' signatures, iii. 
487. " Diss.," v. 114. English words, most 
used, ix. 30. Ghost- word in ' Author and 
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xii. 133. Harris, silver-buckle maker, xi. 18. 
Incut, xi. 256. Jack and Jill, iv. 13. Medicinal 
waters, viii. 214. Newspaper leading articles, 
Iv. 128. " Of " after " inside," " outside," iv. 
168. Phonetic spellings, vi. 308. Plane sail- 
ing, x. 316. " Raised Hamlet on them," xi. 
237. Resp., iv. 9. Seaquake and earthquake, 
xi. 98. Seraskier : its pronunciation, xi. 294. 
Smoking and blind men, ix. 355. Speakers of 
the House of Commons, xi. 31. Whiff, a boat, 
x. 91. White Ensign : National Flag, ix. 
174, 256. Yachting, iv. 156 
Collins (Mortimer), his writings, x. 249, 298 
Collins (Oliver) on right to bear arms, viii. 465 
Collins (V. H. ) on authors of quotations wanted, 
xi. 49. Jack Cade's Chimney, xi. 48. Polish 
Dragoons : Jager, xi. 189. Tents in enumera- 
tion, xi. 411. Thiebault and " s'ennuyer," 
xi. 110. Wellington trousers, xi. 48 
Collins (Wilkie) and ' The Lazy Tour of Two Idle 

Apprentices,' iii. 207, 278 ; iv. 255 
Collins (William), poet, and Gray, parallel 
passages, i. 456 ; his ' Ode to Evening,' v. 148, 
217 ; his works, vi. 208, 256 ; references in 
letters c. 1744 to, x. 186 

Collins (William), R.A., his wife's monument, ii. 
405 

Collins ( ), his 'Paddy Bull's Expedition,' 

ix. 257 
Collinson (F. J.) on Judge Gascoigne and Prince 

Harry, xi. 121 
Collinson family, xii. 168 

Collis (John and Peter), their epitaphs, ii. 215 
Collnor on Bullingdon Club, xi. 49 
Collompton : Cullompton, derivation of place- 
name, ii. 77, 95 

Collop Monday, v. 247, 376, 413 
Collyer (J. M.) on Patrick, Lord Gray, ii. 527 
Collyweston, meaning of the word, ii. 9 
Colman (Edmund Craven), his biography, v. 269 
Colman (George), the younger, his ' Man of the 
People,' iv. 266 ; as Censor of Plays, c. 1832, ix. 
206 
Colomb (G.) on Beaconsfield and the primrose, x. 

486 

Colon, its origin, ii. 301 
Colonies, perils of literature in, v. 226 
Colosseum v. Coliseum, orthography of name, iii. 

267, 353 
Colosseum in Regent's Park, its demolition and 

history, iii. 52, 116, 189, 255, 437, 496 
Colour transition, v. 86, 194 
Colours, milliners', their names, ix. 391 
Colours in the Navy, disposal of old, viii. 166 
Colours, party, variations in, v. 65, 194, 271, 396 
Colours of the Queen's Westminsters and St. Mar- 
garets', Westminster, i. 363 
Colours of the Scots Guards after Talavera, 1809, 

ix. 51 

Colston (Edward), Jun., M.P. for Wells, ii. 228 
Coltman (George), Receiver-General in Stamp 

Office, x. 489 

Coluberry, curious Christian name, i. 214 
Columbia on ' Punch ' on Oldridge's Balm of 

Columbia, vii. 289 
Columbus (Christopher), his remains claimed by 

Seville and San Domingo, i. 247, 332, 458 
Columbus and the egg, vi. 364 
Columbus on " Hail, smiling morn ! " vii. 369 
Colvac as a Gaelic Christian name, i. 387, 492 ; 

ii. 56 

Colville (David), Scotch scholar, c. 1648, iv. 149 
Colville (Mrs.), her ' Duchess Sarah,' iii. 146 



Colyer-Fergusson (T.) on Polhill family, xi. 315 
Com. Ebor. on Christmas notes, ix. 4. Embleton 
of Northallerton, viii. 109. Jones (Hannah 
Maria), x. 248. London statues and memorials, 
ix. 284. ' Nicholas Nickleby ' : Capt. Cuttle, 
i. 217 

Com. Line, on Birkenhead place-rime, xi. 145. 
Comether, xi. 417. County tales, i. 505. 
"Cut his stick " = " hooked it," ix. 132. 
Holies (Gervaise), i. 208. ' Jenetta Norweb,' 
iv. 389. Sanderson (Robert), i. 227. Steering 
wheel, x. 98 

Combe (William), key to ' Diaboliad,' ix. 227 ; 
xi. 458 ; xii. 14 ; key to ' The Diabo-lady,' 
ix. 247 

Combe family and Gaspar Manor, xii. 268, 349 
Combe Sydenham, sketches of, v. 250 
Comber (J. ) on Comber family, i. 47. Mair and 

Burnet families, iii. 149 
Comber (Thomas), LL.D., 1722-78, i. 89 
Comber family, i. 47, 89, 152, 212 
Combermere Abbey, its charters, v. 214 \ 

Combine, derivation of the word, v. 41 
Comet, 1580, iii. 8, 74 
Comet, card game, xi. 489 ; xii. 15, 56 
Comet : " comet of a season," xi. 489 
Comet, Halley's, i. 86, 152 
Comether, Anglo-Irish term, its derivation, vi. 249 

x. 420, 469 ; xi. 33, 98, 416, 513 ; xii. 77, 231 
Comestor Oxoniensis on Tideswell and Tideslow, 

i. 91 

Comloquoy surname, x. 187 
Comma, Athenian fleet saved by, ix. 389, 473 
Comma, its origin, ii. 301 
Commandment, Eleventh, various renderings, 

viii. 268, 418, 478 ; x. 358, 437 
Commandments painted on glass, ix. 447 
Commemorative tablets, i. 367 
Commentary, Old Testament, ii. 188, 258 
Commerce, card game, v. 40 
Commercial traveller's will in 1682, vii. 387 
Commissary, Court of Westminster, documents iu , 

iii. 125 

Commission convened by a Member of Parlia- 
ment, i. 88 

Commissioner of Sewers on Heacham parish 
officers, ii. 371 

ommons, House of, hats in, vi. 488 
ommonwealth laws, 1653, ix. 89, 158 
ommonwealth marriages in 1657, vi. 8 
bmmonwealths and storks, x. 368, 438 
! ommunion, Holy, quantity of wine used, ix. 

90, 212, 432 ; x. 96, 138 
bmmunion tokens, earliest use in Scotland, iv. 

387, 430 ; in New England, c. 1822, viii. 5 
Comoro Islands, headless dolls in, v. 307 
Companies, City, their Halls, iii. 87, 171, 294 
Companies of Invalids, their records, v. 489 ; vi. 38 
Company spoons, their history, xii. 109 
Composers, musical, as pianists, vii. 34, 236 
Compositor's case, c. 1500 and 1600, xii. 330, 375 
Composte'la, place-name, its etymology, xii. 27 
Compter Prison, Poultry, its history, iii. 168, 254 
Comyn (Ian) on Dickens's knife-box, xi. 8. 

Scotch song : night courtship, viii. 255 
Comyn (Red), his murder in 1306, viii. 310, 456 
Con contraction, its use, ii. 427 ; iii. Ill, 152, 

250, 335 ; vii. 134 
Concerts of Antient Music, their origin, iii. 488 ; 

iv. 49, 335, 393 
Concdbar in Smith's 'Cyclopedia of Names,' 

iii. 307 
Condado, the, 1652, its locality, v. 47, 77, 114, 317 



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Condell (C. G.) on Egypt as a place-name, xi. 93 
Condiddle (Sir Coolie), his Scottish law case,xi. 69 
Conditions of sale, of live and dead stock, ii. 269 ; 

of houses, iii. 153 

Coningsby (Thomas de), his marriage, xii. 509 
Coningsby and Ferby families, xi. 28 
Confessions of Faith, Baptist, iii. 89 
Confinement, use of the word in 1681, vii. 368 
Confirmation, additional name taken at, iii. 

328, 374, 416 
Congreve (William), his birthplace, iii. 165 ; 

an Independent at Wimborne, iv. 148 ; matches 

mentioned by, vii. 269, 351, 397, 451 
Connal (W.) on Burne- Jones's ' Heart of the 

Rose,' ix. 158 
Connecticut, Fairfield records and Roger Ludlow, 

v. 288 
Connection or connexion, spelling of the word, 

ii. 450 ; vi. 465 
Conolly (T. W.) on Right Hon. William Conolly, 

vi. 268 
Conolly (Right Hon. William), Speaker of Irish 

House of Commons, vi. 268, 354, 412, 452, 516 
Conscience, " the bird in the breast," iv. 448 ; 

v. 133, 213 
Conscientious objection, earliest use of the term, 

vii. 165 
Consecration of cathedrals and burial-grounds, 

vi. 9, 76 

Consecration of cemeteries, viii. 93, 153 
Conservative on authors of quotations wanted, 

xii. 509. Hackney : Tyssen family, vii. 310 
Conservative as a political term, xi. 506 
Conservative Club, earliest, viii. 368 
Constable (A.) on Archibald Constable, Scott's 

publisher, v. 324 

Constable (Archibald), Scott's publisher, v. 324 
Constable (F. C.) on Dickens and Mr. Winkle's 

duel, vi. 466 
Constable (John), his house in Charlotte Street, 

v. 484 
Constable (William) alias Fetherston, claim to 

the Crown, 1554, viii. 489 
Constable family, x. 328 
Constables, parish, v. 427 
Constables, special, and Chartists, v. 126, 156, 

191, 212, 274 ; vi. 33 ; still appointed, vi. 349, 

418 
Constables of the Tower, ix. 61, 161, 243, 390, 490 ; 

x. 70, 118, 213, 277 
Constance (N. M.), sonnet on, iii. 489 
Constance Cathedral, inscription in, vi. 69, 117, 

173 
Constance, Council of, legend concerning,!. 8, 397 ; 

ii. 18 

Constant (Louis W.), his memoirs, viii. 128, 272 
Constant Reader on " Luc," iii. 188. Quotations, 

vii. 269 
" Constantine Pebble," Cornwall, described, i. 33, 

97 
Constantine the Great, inscription on his tomb, 

iii. 268 ; v. 352 

Constantine's Column at Constantinople, vi. 450 
Constantinople, list of Oecumenical Patriarchs, 

i. 249 ; dogs at, v. 170, 456, 496 ; Constantine's 

Column at, vi. 450 

Constantius (Chlorus) and St. Maurice, viii. 330 
Constitution Hill, origin of the name, xii. 110, 

173 357 

" Consul of God," application of the title, i. 32 
Consumption not hereditary, early records, i. 427 
Convention of Roval Burahs of Scotland, iii. 401, 

443 



Conveyancing at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, ix. 404, 

456 
Conway, its Richard II. charter, x. 307 ; Abbots 

of, xii. 367 

Conyers (Katherine),.her family, iv. 264 
Conyers, Lord Darcy, his biography, iii. 489 ; 

iv. 57 
Conyngham (Lady) and the Court of George IV. y 

v. 348, 396 

Coode (Sir John), d. 1892, his burial-place, ix. 128 
Coodie, dialect word for a donkey, iv. 70 
Cook, verse on a, iii. 89, 134 
Cook (Benjamin), the London bookseller, vi. 

308, 377 ' 
Cook (Capt. James), his house at Mile End, viii. 

364, 455 ; and Yarmouth Roads, ix. 350, 

438 ; his voyages, x. 69 

Cook (John), the regicide, his biography, v. 467 
Cook (Mrs. Mary), memorial inscription of, vi. 303 
Cook (W. H.) on Treaty of Tilsit, ix. 135 
Cook or Coke (Sir Edward), spelling of name, iii. 

430 ; iv. 13, 78 

Cooke (Sir Anthony), his wife, vii. 490 ; viii. 75 
Cooke (E. A.) on Dr. Walter W'ade, viii. 250 
Cooke (G. F.), incident at Bristol or Liverpool, 
. iii. 373, 464 ; Percy Fitzgerald on, iv. 92, 135 
Cooke (Thomas), O.S.B., c. 1579, ix. 8 
Cooke (W. C. ) en Juan Fernandez : an early 

Crusoe, xii. 392. Keats, Cortes, and Balboa, 

ix. 212 

Cooke = cuckoo, iv. 55 

Cookes (Dean), Westminster scholar, 1740, x. 130 
Cookson (Dr.), private tutor to William IV., iv. 510 
Cookson (E.) on Hamlet as a Christian name, 

viii. 155. " In light I will remember," v. 170. 

" Pightle " : " pikle," v. 317 
Coolidge (W. A. B.) on Mediterranean, x. 351. 

Prepositions in place-names, xi. 356. Speech 

after removal of tongue, ix. 216. ' Swiss 

Family Robinson,' xi. 352 

Coop = to detain voters, Americanism, xii. 226 
Coop or coup=to trap, iv. 165, 296, 358 
Cooper (A. E.) on Duke of Ormond, iv. 467 
Cooper (A. L.) on Carter and Fleetwood, ii. 268. 

Cooper (Col. Thomas), i. 109. Emblin (Henry), 

and Theodosius Keen, xi. 448. Fettiplace, ii. 

234 

Cooper (A. W.) on Hoppner and Sir T. Frank- 
land's daughters, x. 374. Rutherford (Capt.), 

xi. 10. Westminster Sanctuary, viii. 350 
Cooper (Charles Henry), ' D.N.B. on, i. 412 
Cooper (Col. Thomas), his biography, i. 109 
Cooper (Thomas) and ' Alderman Ralph,' iii. 

229, 270, 415 

Cooper (Thompson), his death, i. 220, 246, 337 
Cooper (W. H.) = I. B. Franks, 1787, ix. 250 
Cooper family of Plymouth, c. 1717, iv. 88 
Coopers in the City, 1440, xii. 426 
Cop. See Coop. 
Cope, early instances of its use, i. 174, 278, 436 ; 

ancient Welsh, v. 265 
Cope (Mrs. E. E.) on Robina Cromwell, iv. 328. 

Newman (Rev. Thomas), iii. 28 
Cope (H.) on John Cope, engraver, iii. 49. ' Crow 

and Three Sugar Loaves," iii. 56. Dry den 

portraits, iii. 114 
Cope (John), engraver, of Dublin and London, 

iii. 49 
Cope (J. Hautenville) on Robina Cromwell, i. 227. 

Parish registers before 1538, xii. 388. Powell 

of Birkenhead, i. 226. Power (Rev. Mr.) of 

Easthamstead, xi. 50. Ringeldria or Ringilda, 

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Cope (Mrs. Hautenville) on births, marriages, and 
deaths, xi. 348. Bishops and abbots, x. 309. 
Cambridge early lists, ix. 350. Conway charter, 
x. 307. Elizabeth of Bohemia, xii. 189. 
Gainsborough and Pomeranian dog, v. 288. 
Genealogical, ix. 130. Llangollen, x. 307 ; xi. 
348. Manor Rolls, x. 309. Mitred abbots, x. 
410. Morland (Sir Samuel), xi. 68. Rawdon, 
iv. 248. Recusants' marriages, xi. 290. Regi- 
mental marches, x. 457. Saxon abbeys, xi. 89. 
Scots Greys : regimental history, x. 396. 
Scrope (Adrian), x. 469. Sulhamstead Rectory, 
xi. 9. Wrexham, x. 307 
Cope (Rev. Sir Richard), d. 1806, his preferments, 

ix. 350, 414 ; x. 36 

Cope family of Bramshill, iii. 87 ; iv. 97 
Copes and cope-chests, mediaeval, v. 189, 254 
Copenhagen expedition, 1807, viii. 469. See also 

Tilsit* 

Copenhagen House in 1824, iv. 205, 295, 351 
Copernicus and the planet Mercury, i. 509 ; ii. 56 
Copernicus, etymology of the name, xi. 409, 473 
Copford Church, Dane's skin at, i. 15, 73, 155 
Copin, French diminutive for Jacob, vii. 29, 74 
Copinger (W. A.) on catalogues of MSS., v. 51. 
Comber family, i. 89. Feet of Fines, xii. 518. 
' The Philobiblion,' ix. 92. Quartering of arms, 
v. 245. Rous or Rowse family, i. 55. Sturmy 
or Esturmy family, viii. 73 
Copland-Griffiths (F.) on Stanhope Aspinwall, vi. 

473. Hart (Sir W. Neville), x. 263 
Copley (Sir John) and George Canning, xii. 470 
Copp6e (Francois), his 'La Greve des Forgerons,' 

xii. 469 

Coppenburgh or Croppenbergh family, viii. 67, 112 
Copper coins and tokens, how to clean them, i. 

248, 335 

Copper mill, Whitechapel, its history, ix. 290, 451 

Copperillo, meaning of the word, v. 69 

Copthall Avenue, Nos. 8 and 10, their history, 

vi. 345 

' Copy "= copyhold, i. 347 
Copying letters, earliest process, v. 287, 351 
Copying press, its introduction, ii. 488 ; iii. 153, 

414 

Copying process, rotary bromide, v. 346 
Copyright, International, early instance of, ix. 147 
Copyright in letters, v. 128, 176, 217, 314 ; xi. 125 
Corbet (Bishop), his poems, 1647, vi. 126 
Corbet (Miles), regicide, his marriage, xi. 510 
Corbet (Peter) = Valletort (Isabel or Beatrice), 

x. 168, 253 
Corbett (F. St. J.) on German Emperor and Poets 

Laureate, v. 187 
Corbridge (James), Westminster scholar, xi. 208, 

357 
Corbridge, Roman inscription concerning, ix. 

249, 311 

Cordiner (Cornelius), Westminster scholar, vii. 428 
Cordova (Rudolph de) on animals ennobled, v. 7. 
Boundary incidents, vii. 30. Clothes and their 
influence, xii. 468. Detectives in fiction, iv. 
307. Laconic letters, v. 108. Late intellectual 
harvest, i. 469. Men walking round the earth, 
vi. 230. Smith in Latin, v. 13, 152. Pictures 
as signs, iv. 169. Repartee of royalty, iv. 467. 
Twins, iii. 249 

Corfe Castle, painting by Morland, ii. 207 - 
Corfield (Wilmot) on ' A shoulder of mutton," 
&c., ii. 48. Anglo-Indian ' Little Jack Horner,' 
vii. 277. Bell-horses, vii. 258. The Bonassusj 
x. 90. Brougham (Lord) and ' Punch,' vii. 246. 
Cromwell and Milton, viii. 375. "Glory 



of the Methodists," i. 406. Holwell (John 

Zephaniah), x. 76. London statues and 

memorials, x. 124, 372. Parodies of Kipling, 

xii. 472. Stamp collecting and its literature, 

ii. 38. Statues at Calcutta, xii. 466. Statues 

in the British Isles, xii. 234. Willie (William), 

i. 457. Zoffany, x. 295. Zoffany's Indian 

portraits, viii. 110, 358 
Corinthian, use of the word by Lord Rosebery, 

vi. 307 

Corisande, derivation of the name, iv. 247, 352 
Corked (man tie )= purple, the word c. 1420, ix. 467 
Corks, the game described, ii. 347, 391, 452 
Corley (F. E.) on Ramsammy, viii. 233. 
Corliss (G. F. ) on quotations wanted, v. 92 
Corn, damage to, its heinousness, i. 283, 394 ; 

" quarter of," 340 

Corneille, houses inhabited by, vii. 469 
Cornelia on " As the farmer sows his seed," x. 273 
Corner (S.) on Queen Elizabeth's Day, x. 477. 

Walt Whitman on Alamo, xii. 91 
' Cornhill Magazine,' its Jubilee, xii. 481, 501 
Cornish (F. F.) on Early Victorian songs, xi. 128 
Cornish and other apparitions, ix. 325, 392 ; x. 35, 

51, 117 

Cornish apple : Sops in wine, viii. 249, 313 
Cornish " Bridal Stone," ix. 509 
Cornish chough and witches, viii. 388 
Cornish dish : squab pie, recipe, viii. 195 
Cornish epitaphs, viii. 325 
Cornish lexicology, i. 326 

Cornish speech : dimpsy, teening time, v. 186 
Cornish vergers : Carne family, viii. 5, 115 
Corn-rent, its definition, v. 448 
Corn-tending, old custom of, vi. 227, 296 
Cornutelli, La Fete di Felici, at Rome, viii. 309 
Cornvalgian on authors of quotations wanted, xii. 

469 
Cornwall, Philip Ny colls and the rebellion in, v. 

370, 408 ; " County of Cornwall and nowhere," 

vi. 490 
Cornwallis (Sir Thomas), d. 1604, his biography, 

iii. 29, 73, 135 

Cornwallis (Thomas), of Porchester, v. 244 
' Cornworthiad,' and Barter family of Devon, vii. 

128 

Coronation coins and medals, x. 130, 190, 230 
Coroner, first medical, v. 489 ; vi. 13, 38 
Coroon, a cherry, origin of the name, viii. 48 
Corpus Christi Day, observance in England, xi. 443 
Corpus Christi Day observed at Oxford, ix. 481 ; 

x. 52 
Correct, its comparative and superlative, iv. 189, 

294 
Corrodies, " Liber serviens," meaning of the term, 

vii. 128 
Corsica, linguistic curiosity in, vii. 307, 357 ; 

seen in mirage from Italy, 495 
Corsica, Nelson relic in, v. 89, 137 
Corsley, Wilts, place-name, its origin, xi. 108 
Cortel clocks, meaning of the term, viii. 89, 156 
Cortes, Keats, Balboa, and the South Sea, ix. 

107, 212 

Corunna : bearer of the first news, xi. 130, 212, 275 
Corvo (Frederick Baron) on " My Lord the Sun," 

i. 193 
Coryate (Tom), his ' Crudities,' iii. 426, 494 ; 

iv. 49, 132, 195 ; x. 373 ; on Mediolanum, x. 375 
Cosas de Espana, ii. 474, 510 ; iii. 191, 336 
Cosmogony, heretical, x. 347 
Cosiest, surname, vii. 30 

Cosmo. (Sir Gordon), biographer of Byron, vii. 89 
Costello, Canning, and Scott families, viii. 148 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Costen family and Causton field-name, xii. 327, 

394 
Cosway (R.), his engraving of Mrs. Harding, vii. 

309 

Cots, heirloom, i. 207 
Cotswold games at Whitsuntide, vii. 361, 402, 511 ; 

ix. 146 
Cottage-building between sunrise and sunset, vi. 

475 
Cotter (Sir James) and the murder of Lord Lisle, 

iii. 167, 212, 315 

Cotteswold, Italian references to, 1315, x. 325, 398 
Cottiswold in ' Marmion,' its locality, i. 334 
Cotton (Berisford), his marriage, c. 1680, ix. 306 
Cotton (H. E. A.) on 'Hartly House, Calcutta,' 

ix. 110 
Cotton (John) of Boston and Henden of Kent, 

viii. 190 

Cotton (Julian) on Paolo Avitabile, i. 188. 
Stephenson (Governor), ii. 492. Theatre-build- 
ing, ii. 432 

Cotton (J. J.) on Major-General Eyres, ii. 38 
Cotton (Sergeant-Major), his Waterloo Museum, 

xii. 141, 210, 512 

Cotton family of Warbleton, Hants, xi. 382 
Cottrill (C. A. W.) on Vescalion, iv. 28 
Cottyngham will, ii. 88 
Couch (Sir Richard), d. 1904, his burial-place, ix. 

169 

Cough, churchyard, gout in the throat, vii. 7, 156 
Coulson ( John) = Anna Catherina Lane, ii. 269 
Council Chamber, Guildhall, its demolition, x. 101 
Councils, metropolitan municipal in 1855, iv. 306 
Countess, English, at Tunbridge Wells, xii. 368 
Counties, topographical collections for, iii. 286 ; 
manor identification in divers, x. 48, 254 ; 
detached parts of, 428 

Counting bringing ill-luck, ix. 108 ; x. 137 
Counting-out rimes in Orkney, xi. 446 
Countries, their floral emblems, v. 509 ; vi. 52 
Country Captain, the term, vi. 288, 330, 352 
County Borough, use of the term, xii. 225 
County divisions, x. 368 
County heraldry, x. 348 
" County of Cornwall and nowhere," on Robartes 

monument, Truro, vi. 490 ; vii. 194 
County royal descents, ix. 148 
County tales, i. 505 ; ii. Ill 
Coup de Jarnac, meaning of the phrase, xii. 245 
Courbillon or Gourbillon family, ii. 408 
Court dress, ii. 107, 131 

Court for actors at Chester, c. 1477, xii. 267 
Court Leet in Portland, Dorset, viii. 148 ; ix. 491 
Court Leet: Manor Court, survivals, vii. 327, 377 ; 

viii. 16, 93, 334, 413 

Court of Reception, use of the term, iv. 466 
Court of Requests, business transacted in, xii. 208, 

257, 272 

Court of Session, Scotland, its history, viii. 41 
Court of the Four Burghs of Scotland, iii. 401, 443 
Court posts under Stuart kings, i. 107, 173, 198 
Court Roll, temp. Henry VII., terms in, vii. 249, 

317, 515. 

Court Rolls, Norwich Calendar of, iv. 489 ; v. 13 ; 
of Westhope, Salop, v. 269 ; Manor of Wynd- 
rynge, vi. 408, 472 ; Stepney, c. 1617, vii. 127 
Courteenhall Church, epitaph in, vi. 346, 415 
Courtenay (G. H.) on Campbell, x. 278. Caroline 
as a masculine name, x. 450. Catskin earls, i. 
226. Cromwell (Oliver), his head, xi. 349. 
Ode to Napoleon Bonaparte, x. 190 i 

Courtenay (John), politician, 1738-1816, ix. 313 
Courtenay family, i. 389 



Courtesy titles and remarriage, vi. 209, 374, 472 ; 
vii. 18 

Courtney (C.) on Wilberforce and Huxley, x. 335 

Courtney (R. A.) on wheel crosses, vii. 389 

Courtney (W. P.) on Addison and death, xii. 346. 
Amory (Thomas), iii. 326. Anonymous works, 
ix. 405. Armstrong gun, i. 436. Cannizaro 
(Duchess of), iv. 316. Children's carols and 
lullabies, i. 56. Churchwardens' accounts, i. 
70. " Clayton Arms," ix. 178. Collins (Wil- 
liam), R.A., ii. 405. Collins (William), the 
poet, x. 186. Cotton ( Sergeant-Major), xii. 
141. Cricket, ii. 394. ' Diary of an Invalid,' 
vi. 73. Dodington (George Bubb), xii. 461, 504. 
Dodsley's collection of poetry, vi. 361, 402 ? 
vii. 3, 82, 284, 404, 442 ; viii. 124, 183, 384, 442 J 
ix. 3, 184, 323, 463 ; x. 103, 243, 305, 403 ; xi. 
62, 143, 323 ; xii. 63. Gray's ' Elegy,' v. 511. 
Farmers of Aylesbury and Straits of Malacca* 
xi. 470. Gaol literature, xi. 510. Gray 
(Stephen), F.R.S., vi. 161, 354. Greig (Admiral 
Sir Samuel), i. 433. Hill (Benson Earle),iii. 162. 
Hinds (Dr. Samuel), i. 415. Hobbes (T.), ii. 
485. Inscriptions at Florence, x. 223. Jowett, 
epigram on his " little garden," vi. 46. Kent, 
East Indiaman, x. 477. Law (John), of Lauris- 
ton, vii. 233. Longley (John), 1749-1822, iv. 
61. Masters (Mary), iii. 404. Medicinal waters, 
viii. 272. M.P.'s unidentified : Henry Rose- 
warne, xii. 314. ' Moser's Vestiges,' iii. 128. 
' My Cousin's Tale of a Cock and a Bull,' iii. 334. 
Penhallow (John), v. 76. Petre epigram, xii. 
411. Rich (Anthony), iv. 461. Rogers (Dr. 
George) and Padua University, vii. 503. 
Seward (Thomas), vii. 122. Sheridan (Tom), 
iii. 188. ' Short Whist,' by Major A., xii. 357. 
" Silly Billy," i. 232. Stubbes (George), xii. 
304. Travers (Henry), iii. 346. Wilde (Oscar), 
bibliography, v. 133 

Courvoisier, executed for murder in 1840, viii. 
408, 450 

Cousins, their marriages, v. 300 

Coustou (Nicholas, Guillaume, and Guillaume le 
fils), French sculptors, vii. 190, 211, 251, 277, 
352, 376 

Coutances, Winchester, and the Channel Islands, 
ii. 68, 154, 231 ; iii. 134 

Coutts (Messrs.), their removal, ii. 125, 232, 293 

Couvray (Louvet de), his ' Faublas,' vi. 390 

Cove o' Kend, Walney Island, its etymologv, i. 
387, 492 

Covenanters, their motto, xi. 470 

Coventry (John Eyre), his biography, x. 288 

Coventry (Lady), minuet named after, v. 307, 
355, 518 ; vi. 75 ; mobbed in the Mall, 1759, 
ix. 47, 78 

Coventry and Lichfield, Nicholas, Bishop of, iii. 
328, 375 

Coventry worsted weavers, ii. 347 

Covesea caves, Morayshire, manger or trough in, 
viii. 368 

Cowdray, Sussex, drawings by F. Nash, ix. 450 

Cowdray family, ix. 370, 456 

Cowhouse Manor, Middlesex, its identity, xii. 168, 
233 

Cowley (Abraham), ' A Vote,' ii. 434 ; ode on " the 
matchless Orinda," 506 

Cowley (Hannah), her burial-place, xi. 269 

Cowley (Richard), actor, witnesses to his will, vi. 
369, 456, 517 

Cowley Fathers' house at Westminster, error on, 
ix. 168 

Cowper (Benjamin Harris), his death, ii. 60 



TENTH SERIES. 



73 



Cowper (Joseph Meadows), his death, x. 340 

Cowper (Spencer), Justice of the Common Pleas, 
xi. 308, 377 

Cowper (W. ) on hockey in 1785, i. 385 ; unpub- 
lished letters, ii. 1, 42, 82, 122, 162, 203, 242 ; 
best biography, 149, 235 ; " most moving first 
line in English poetry," iii. 128 ; and Voltaire, 
parallel passage, iv. 465 ; supposed hoax by 
Cowper, Lamb, or Hood, vi. 490 ; vii. 11 ; 
John Gilpin, and his original, vii. 407, 516 ; 
misprint in ' Immortal Memory of the Halibut,' 
xi. 506 ; xii. 77 ; pronunciation of his name, 
xii. 265, 335, 372, 432, 516 ; and the Rev. Mr. 
Van Lier, 347 ; bibliography, 508 

Cows : "II parle francais comme une vache 
espagnole," ii. 173 ; stripping cows, term 
explained, xii. 409, 476 

Cox (Sir E. C.) on Rev. William Cox, xi. 127 

Cox (H. T. ) on Canning portraits, ix. 448. " False- 
hood of Extremes," xi. 189 

Cox (J. C.) on Bulgewarium, ix. 88 

Cox (Leonard), ' D.N.B.' on, ii. 65 ; life in 
Hungary, c. 1520, vi. 107 ; vii. 266 

Cox (Mr.) and Orange pippins, vii. 508 ; viii. 32 

Cox (Bishop Richard), 1500-81, his biography, iii. 
269 ; iv. 48 

Cox (Major Talbot Ashley), letter to General von 
Zastrow, v. 107, 152, 293, 373 

Cox (Rev. Thomas), his ' History of Warwick- 
shire,' v. 327, 372, 518 

Cox (Rev. William), lecturer at St. Mary Abbots, 
xi. 127, 195 

Cox (W. A.) on Charles, Duke of Orleans, xii. 348. 
" Jnay Daultre," x. 329. Saint and the niche, 
xii. 327. Shakespeariana, ix. 506. Telling the 
bees, viii. 329. White (Kirke), vi. 427 

Coxe (A. C.), his ' May Morning at Magdalen 
College,' v. 155 

Coxe family of Clent and Swynford, x. 29, 115 

Coxon (Rev. John), curate at Morpeth, 1754, x. 
368 

Coxon (L.) on Rev. John Coxon, x. 368 

Crabb-Boucher (Capt. J.) on Trumper family, 
viii. 231 

Crabbe (G.), bibliography, i. 86 

Crabbe (N.) on " My Lord the Sun," i. 126 

Crabble, place-name, x. 269, 312 

Crafts (W. F.) on Jones = Francis, xi. 128 

Cragsley on Scottish newspaper press, v. 388 

Craib (T.) on chantry at Northiam, ix. 97. Eglia 
in Lincolnshire, ix. 12 

Craigie (W. A.) on revert, ix. 70 

Craik (Georgiana M.), her first novel, i. 346 

Crake, artist, 1687, xii. 491 

Crakowed shoes, derivation of the word, vii. 
445 

Cramer (A. M.) on Pinto (Mendez), xi. 77. Polish 
Dragoons, xi. 256. Psychological moment, xi. 
138. Shibboleth, xi. 36 

Cramp or torpedo fish, epigram on, vi. 16 

Crane (C. O.) on Frances Wright d'Arusmont, v. 
307 

Crane (E. S.) on China, travels in, ii. 408. 
Moscow campaign, iii. 212. Vastern, iii. 347. 
Wall : Martin, ii. 309 ; iv. 14 

Crane (H. E.) on Nonconformist burial-grounds, 
x. 152 

Crane (T.), Fellow of Winchester College, ii. 45, 
116 ; Winchester scholar, vi. 189 

Crane (Walter) on ballad by Heber : W. Crane, v. 

253, 413 

Crane family of Chester, v. 184, 253, 351, 413, 
490 



Cranes, ancient, in England and Germany, xi. 

146 
Cranes and pigmies, Pompeian fresco, iv. 266, 356, 

417 
Cranmer (Archbishop), his library, iii. 24 ; and 

the Boleyn family, iv. 201 
Crary (A.) on Fulton the inventor, ix. 128 
Crashaw (R.), his 'Hymn to St. Theresa' and 

Coleridge's ' Christabel,' ix. 27, 112 ; and 

Maximilian Sandseus, x. 307 
Craven family, x. 490 
Crawe, a variant of crab, iii. 154 
Crawford (C.) on crows and rain,x. 136. ' England's 

Parnassus,' 1600, ix. 341, 401; x. 4, 84, 182, 

262, 362, 444; xi. 4, 124, 204, 283, 383, 

443, 502 ; xii. 235. Jonson (Ben) and 

Bodenham, x. 206. Jonson's ; The Case is 

Altered,' xi. 41. Montaigne, Webster, and 

Marston, iv. 41, 121, 201, 302 ; v. 301, 382. 

Montaigne, Webster, Marston, and Donne, vi. 

22, 122, 242. Webster and Sir P. Sidney, ii. 

221, 261, 303, 342, 381 

Crawford (J. R.) on the National Flag, x. 130 
Crawford (Miss), Canadian poet, her biography, 

xii. 310, 353, 417 
Crawford (O. G. S.) on dedications of churches, 

ix. 28. Egypt as a place-name, x. 447. Harro- 

way, ix. 310. Icknield Way, x. 490 
Crawford (R.) on tinterero, iv. 316 
Crawford (R. K.) on naval action of 1779, ii. 228 
Crawford (W.) on Waugh family of East Gordon, 

vi. 156 

Crawley (Capt.) and Lord Byron, xii. 49, 218 
Crawley (H. H.) on Piccadilly, viii. 89. Stuai-t 

(Mary) i. 28. 

Crawley (J. A.) on Pishoken, iv. 350 
Crayfish, onions, and snakes, x. 448 
Crayle (Crayle), 1721-80, his book-plate, xii. 128 
Cre Fydd and the Griffith family, iii. 448 
Creagh (Richard), ' D.N.B.' on, ix. 182, 273 
Creation on a Saturday, iii. 268, 332 
Cree (A. T. C.) on William Peck, i. 348. River 

divided, i. 391 
Creed (J. M.) on Mrs. Fitzherbert and George IV., 

v. 227 

Creeling the bridegroom, vii. 186, 256, 296 
Creepa Close, Walney Island place-name, ii. 56 
Creeper (Sophia) on Hawtrey, v. 417 
Creevey (T.) and Duke of Wellington at Brussels, 

xii. 146 

Creevey (Capt. William), his biography, i. 285, 355 
' Creevey Papers,' Sir Herbert Maxwell's edition, 

i. 285, 355 
Creighton (Bishop), his monument in St. Paul's, 

vi. 226 ; ix. 168 

Creighton (Robert), Canon of Wells, viii. 470 
Cr&nail (Vicomte de), poet, ix. 50, 112, 277, 338 
Cremation, early instances, ix. 10, 76, 117, 195 
Cremer (Sir W. R.), M.P., his descent, x. 104 
Cremitt money, meaning of the term, x. 106 
Creole folk-lore, ix. 227, 338, 494 
Crespigny (Sir Claude Champion de), his memorial 

inscription, viii. 7 

Cresset stones, v. 308, 394 ; vi. 50, 155 
Cresswell (L.) on blood used in building, iii. 34. 
" I had three sisters," xii. 28. Names common 
to both sexes, ii. 156 
Crest. See Heraldry. 
Creswell (Dr. F. S.), his death, i. 280 
Creswell (P. T.) on Longfellow, ii. 226 
Creswell family of Odiham, c. 1661, v. 345 
Crichton (Admirable), his identification, vi. 465 ; 
vii. 33 



GENEEAL INDEX. 



Cricket, earliest mention, iv. 9, 95, 132, 215, 496 ; 

early pictures and engravings, iv. 9, 95, 132, 

238, 496 ; v. 54, 96, 177 ; vi. 78, 92, 157 ; 

the term " Test Match," iv. 246 ; Forman, 

Essex cricketer, v. 228 
Cricket match, first separately printed account, 

ii. 145, 394 ; earliest report, vii. 441 ; viii. 75, 

191 

Cricket matches, ladies', xi. 386 
Cricket slang, derivation of " googlie," xii. 110, 194, 

274 

Cricket umpires, their garb, ii. 126 
Cricketer on cat folk-lore, viii. 227 
Cricklewood, place-name, ii. 408, 476, 495 
Cries, musical, in London, vi. 249, 335, 434 
Crimea, sufferings of the army in, iii. 21, 104 
Crimean War, Russian officer rallying his men, 

viii. 251 

Criminal, reprieved, collar for, viii. 507 ; ix. 174 
Criminals, habitual, statistics of, v. 148, 216 
Crimp, obsolete English game, vii. 511 
Crimson robes first worn by cardinals, i. 71, 157, 

214 

Crippen (T. G.) on Moravian Chapel, viii. 194 
" Cripple carrying " in church books, its meaning, 

x. 269 ; xi. 193 

Crisp (D.) on Napoleon's coronation robe, v. 9 
Crisp (P. A.) on James and Jane Hogarth, iii. 87 
Cristo, Santissimo, of Burgos, vi. 309, 394 
Croal (George) and Sir Walter Scott, v. 66 
Crock of gold and rainbow, fairy tale, vi. 289 
Crocker (Charles), 1797-1861, his poems, x. 489 ; 

xi. 36 

Crockerton Hill, white tree of, xii. 247, 377 
Crockford (William), his biography, iv. 489 ; v. 12 
Crocodile, prehistoric remains at Fletton, ii. 286 
Crocodiles in heraldry, xii. 225 
Croker (Thos. Crofton), his pantomimes, iii. 269 
Crokesden, co. Stafford, Abbots of, vii. 449 
Cromartie (Lord), his issue, c. 1746, v. 28, 70 
Cromer, town crier of, vi. 218 
Cromer Street, No. 123, its architectural eccen.- 

tricities, iii. 248, 336, 375, 454 
Crompton (Sir Thomas), 1589-1608, iii. 329 
Crompton (W.) on Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, iii. 

297 

Cromran on Cromwell and 117th Psalm, x. 268 
Cromwell (Col.), Royalist, 1646, viii. 30, 115 
Cromwell (Oliver), buried in Red Lion Square, i. 

72 ; his supposed head, i. 487 ; viii. 140 ; xi. 

349, 389, 453 ; xii. 32 ; his bed-linen, ii. 268 ; 

a brewer, iv. 80 ; his swords, 288 ; his burial- 
place, v. 205, 254 ; Scots members of his 

House of Lords, vi. 208, 257 ; his advice to his 

troops, 369 ; at Padua, 509 ; on ambition, vii. 

208, 435, 514; and Chalfont St. Giles, 210 ; 

and Milton, famous picture, viii. 22, 158, 375 ; 

ix. 214 ; buried on Naseby Field, viii. 80 ; 

and Hampden, their embarkation prevented, 

446; M. Jeudy-Dugour's ' Histoire de Cromwel,' 

1793, ix. 210 ; titles conferred by, x. 49, 112 ; 

and 117th Psalm, x. 268, 436 ; xii. 417 
Cromwell (Richard), son of Major Henry Crom- 
well Sarah Gatton, viii. 408 
Cromwell (Richard), son of Oliver, his second wife, 

i. 456 
Cromwell (Major Richard), 1648, his biography, 

v. 69, 113, 154 
Cromwell (Robina), portraits of, i. 227 ; her 

descendants, iv. 328, 376 

Cromwell family and William Hake, M.P., viii. 448 
Cromwell House, Highgate, iv. 48, 135, 437, 489 ; 

v. 132 



Crone (J. S.) on authors of quotations wanted, 
xi. 334 ; xii. 88. Ballad of Francis Renyi, 
iv. 176. Bew (J.), bookseller, xi. 256. Clarke 
(Adam): Adair (Patrick), vii. 308. D'Avaux r 
iii. 470. Dickens and lamplighter's ladder, ix, 
472. ' D.N.B. Epitome,' ix. 153. English 
officials under foreign Governments, iii. 415. 
Epitaph on Burne- Jones, viii. 288. Fenians 
and Western Australia, ix. 332. Foot Guards , 
3rd, at Bayonne, xi. 276. Hamlet as a Christian 
name, viii. 418. Holmes (Robert), xii. 310. 
Humanitas, iv. 529. Irish Rebellion of 1798, 
x. 117. Irish version of " De mortuis," ix. 
455. Lean (Vincent Stuckey), iii. 15. Mac- 
aulay and Thorns, xi. 293. Mediaeval church- 
yards : gravestones, ix. 56. Moira (Lord) 
and United Irishmen, iv. 28. ' Notes by the 
Way,' xii. 145. ' Outlaw,' viii. 312. Power's 
.'-Bibliotheca Hibernica,' v. 170. ' Rinordine, 
Irish song, ix. 12. " Rising of the lights," iv. 
135. St. Patrick, iii. 497. Tyrone history, 
v. 172. Warden (David Bailie), iii. 309. 
' William Tell,' ii. 412 
Cronert (Dr. W.), his new edition of Passow s 

Greek-German Lexicon, v. 109 
Crook (W. M.), on Benjamin Disraeli, xii. 449 
Crooke (John), Westminster scholar, vii. 428 
Crooke (W.) on Cureton's Multanis, iii. 318. 
Forests set on fire by lightning, iv. 95. Fryer 
(Dr. John), ix. 308. Indian magic, x. 495. 
Kipling's 'With Scindia to Delhi,' vi. 75. 
Lascar jargon, xi. 92. Man in the almanac, ix. 
408. Ovington and Kipling, ix. 248. Salep 
or salop, i. 98. Taine " Tenir une queue de 
vache," x. 273 

Crooke (William), his ' Things Indian,' v. 325 
Crooke of the island of St. Christopher, viii. 234 
" Crooked Billet," origin of the sign, x. 38, 77 
Crooks, packhorse, viii. 27 

Creole (Clement), Westminster scholar, vii. 450 
Croppenbergh or Coppenburgh family, vi. 488 ; 

viii. 67, 112 
Croquet or tricquet in the sixteenth century, 

ii. 8 
Crosby Hall, its threatened destruction and history, 

vii. 481 ; viii. 30, 71, 111, 256, 376 
Crosby Square, E.C., rebuilding of No. 4, ix. 346 
Crosfield (Mrs. C. J.) on Esther Giles : W. Carson, 

v. 70 

Cross (S. E.) on mediaeval churchyards, viii. 390 
Cross (Lieut.-Col. William), C.B., his biography, 

i. 407 

Cross (W. L.) on Gobesius : Sheeter, v. 68 
Cross : in the Greek Church, its shape and sym- 
bolism, ii. 469, 531; iii. 56; serpent bound 
to, vi. 109, 172 ; at Grantham, 127, 176 ; 
and elder-bush folk-lore, viii. 131, 211, 314 ; 
at Ruth-well, Dumfriesshire, x. 168, 217 
Cross on " hot cross buns," ix. 345, 436 ; x. 157 
Cross, archiepiscopal, in Tennyson's ' Becket,' iv. 

106, 157 

Cross, St. Andrew's, its colours, viii. 507 
Cross, wooden, found at Higham-on-the-Hill, xi. 

29, 358 
Cross banner, in the churchwardens' accounts, 

1532, xi. 249 

Cross-bow or arbalest, its history, ii. 443 
Cross-Crosslet on Cecil family, v. 94. Courtesy 
titles and remarriage, vi. 374 ; vii. 18. Davis 
, (Sir Thomas), Lord Mayor, 1677, vii. 
Dunghill proverb, ix. 413. Heraldic, v. 335. 
Lanark, i. 489. Leighton's ' British Crests,' v. 
308. Nailsea Court, Somerset, vi. 433. Old- 



.TENTH SEEIES. 






mixon, vi. 416. Slade (Sir Cuthbert), xii. 135. 
Tynte book-plate, i. 449. Villiers (Barbara), x. 
108 

Cross-legged effigies, v. 130, 175, 257, 314 
Cross Patte on " The Essex Serpent," x. 310. 
" William the Conqueror ten sixty-six," x. 228 
" Crosse cop'," c. 1552, meaning of contraction, 

vi. 109, 172 

Crosses, wheel, vii. 389 

Crossland (Sir Jordan) and Walton, Surrey, ix. 488 
Crossle (P. ) on Earl of Shipbrook, v. 308 
Crosslet on Pawlet of Paultoons, Hants, xii. 189 

Crotty ( ), executed in Irish Rebellion, 1798, 

ix. 510 ; x. 117 

Crouch (C. Hall) on Admiral Christ epitaph, yih. 
34. Andr6 : Inglis : Downie, vii. 13. Anglican 
clergymen, vi. 114. Arms wanted, xi. 470. 
Ashburner family, ii. 168. Bathing-machines, 
ii. 131. Baydon, Cumberland, x. 335. Bliss, 
-i. 517. Boddington family, iv. 216. Caparn 
family of Newark and Lincoln, vi. 133. Coke 
or Cook ? iv. 13. Dryden portraits, ii. 18. 
Dyer (William) : Rebecca Russell, vi. 115. 
Edouard : silhouette portraits, xi. 477. Eton 
swishing, vi. 133. Fonts, desecrated, ii. 17.1. 
" Forest of Oxtowe," vii. 12. ' Golden Angel ' 
in St. Paul's Churchyard, viii. 216. Great 
House, Cheshunt, vi. 385. Gwillim's ' Display 
of Heraldrie,' ii. 328. Hair-powdering closets, 
v. 57. Hooper: Long, iv. 215. Jennings 
arms, iii. 393. Lawrance family of Bath, iii. 
377. Louis Philippe's landing in England, 
<vi. 93. Madan (Martin) of Nevis, x. 256. 
" Old Highlander, The," vii. 457. " Old Bell ' 
Inn, Holborn Hill, iii. 431. Pickthall, x. 295. 
Potts family, ii. 17. Rose of Jericho, vi. 97. 
Royal Independent Hanoverian Lodge, xi. 470. 
Rutledge family of Charlestown, vii. 490. 
Sanderson (Henry), clockmaker, iv. 275. 
Sanderson dance, iv. 308. Sanderson family, 
ii. 389. Sanderson family of Edmonton, iv. 
189. Sanderson family of Great Bradley, xi. 
68. Sanderson family of Wigton, iii. 348. 
Shakespeare (John), 1732, x. 317. Shoreditch 
family, xii. 96. Shorter : Walpole, iii. 337 ; 
iv. 13. Sturmy or Esturmy family, viii. 16. 
Teed and Ashburner families, iv. 90. Thirkell 
family, vii. 218. Vergy (Treyssac de), xi. 518. 
Waugh family of East Gordon, vi. 110. West's 
picture of the death of Wolfe, vi. 113 ; viii. 17. 
Whitehead, Paul, v. 56. Yates family, vi. 374 
Crouch (F. N.) song-writer, his biography, i. 248, 

333 
Crouch (Nathaniel), his 'Admirable Curiosities,' 

i. 289 

Crow (W. Roberts) on Achesons of Ayrshire, ix. 91. 
Ceylon bibliography, xii. 169. Crowe family, 
viii. 509. Crowmer (William) : Watts family, 
x. 313. Donegal history, x. 469. Hamilton 
family, viii. 450. Nisidora as a Christian name, 
x. 348. Roberts family, x. 149. Second Ceylon 
Regiment, xi. 490. Shakespeare and Ensor, 
xi. 210. Walton Castle, Clevedon, xi. 108. 
Waney timber, xi. 34. Wilkins (Jenny), xi. 357. 
Wonders of the World, xi. 176. Wooden ships : 
their longevity, xii. 467 

Crowe (John), of Massachusetts, 1635, his an- 
cestors, iii. 328 

Crowe (Sir Mitford), Governor of Barbadoes, i. 170 
Crowe family, viii. 509 ; ix. 118 
Crowgay or Crowgie family, xii. 488 
Crowhurst, Sussex, rectors of, ii. 69 
Crowland Abbey, Benjamin Holdich on, v. 509 



Crowley (Robert), ' Select Works,' ii. 224 

Crowmer family, x. 149, 232, 313 

" Crown and Three Sugar Loaves," old tea house, 

i. 167, 214, 297, 373 ; iii. 56 
"Crown" Hotel, St. Martin's Court, 1790, viii. 

430 ; ix. 77 

Crown Street, Soho, origin of the name, iv. 326, 373 
Crowns, laurel, at Olympia, iii. 87 
Crowns in tower or spire of church, i. 17, 38, 157 
Crows crying against the rain, x. 88, 136, 415 
Crowther-Beynon (V. B.) on pattens at church, 

ix. 338 

Croydon, parish church and Free School, iv. 113 
Croydon, Whitgift's Hospital, its threatened 

destruction, i. 498 
Croziep (R.), Manchester artist, c. 1850, xn. 

308, 354 

Crozier, iron, called Tighern-mas, i. 408 
Crucifix, at the north door of old St. Paul's, i. 165 ; 

one-armed, ii. 189, 294, 395 ; at Cratcliff Tor, 

Derbyshire, 228, 435 
Crucifixes, female, iv. 230, 395, 517 
Crucifixion, earliest representation in art, v. 248, 

289 ; its date, viii. 409 ; and the wind, xi. 106 
Crucifixion folk-lore, i. 426 
Cruickshank (J. G.) on Highlanders barbadosed, 

viii. 68, 317 
Cruikshank (George), designs for ' Tarn o Shanter, 

ii. 309 ; his remarque, vii. 50 ; portrait in 

caricature by I. R. Cruikshank, viii. 187 ; his 

illustrations of political squibs, 485, 516 ; 

sonnets to, ix. 347 
Crull (J.), 'Antiquities of St. Peter, Westminster, 

ix. 250 

Crumpsman, slang word, its meaning, vni. 49 
Cruscantism, use and meaning of the word, viii, .48 
Crusoe (Richard Davis), his voyages and dis- 
coveries, xi. 425 
Crusoe (Robinson), his island, vi. 225 ; literary 

descendants, xii. 7, 79, 417 . 

Crusoe (Robinson), name coincidence, 1619, iv. 

287, 357 
Crusoe (Rev. Timothy), d. 1697, his portrait, 

iv. 357 .._ 

Cruttwell (H. A.) on John Cook, Regicide, v. 4 
Cry of Macaria, vii. 251 

Csombor (Martin) on the Isle of Man, v. 126 
Cubbardy, nonce-word, its use, vii. 287 
Cubitt (Miss), in ' La Belle Assemble,' iv. 108, 15J 
Cubitt (Sir William), engineer, his portrait, vn. 

347, 514 

Cuca, where to obtain, in London, xii. 490 } 
Cuckow (G. J.), his 'Our Native England, v. 

31 77 194 
Cudworth (Dr. Ralph) and W. M. Thackeray, viii. 

)f* f* 

Cuir-bouilli : Cuir-cisele, German leather bindings, 

x. 369 xi. 117 
Cull (J.)' on clergy in wigs, x. 78. Nana Sahib 

arid Indian Mutiny, viii. 316 
Culleton (L.) on officers of State in Ireland, iv. 214. 

Ventura (Angelo Benedetto), iii. 66 
Culling (William), Westminster scholar, vn. 450 
Culprit, etymology of the word, xi. 486 ; xn. 

174, 456 
Culross Abbey, effigy of a Stewart of Lome at, 

Culshaw (G. H.) on Iver, Bucks: Gallyhill, vi.450 
Culture, curious, iv. 486 

Culture, its history, English, v. 148, 198, Z6A 
Cumberland, Easter plays in, vii. 30 ; Waliva in, 

viii. 470 
Cumberland (Duke of), song on his death, ii. 406 



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Cumberland (George), his description of Hafod 

iv. 88 

Cumberland (Mr.), Westminster scholar, iv. 489 
Cumberland dialect, iv. 169, 294 
Cumberland Hearth Tax lists, 1660-80, xii. 269, 

316 

Cumberland train bands, c. 1685, xii. 269 
Cumbermere Abbey, its cartulary, iv. 229, 315 
Cumbria, arms of, iii. 208 
Cuming (Hy. Syer-), his library and museum, i. 

409, 436 " 

Cummerbund, derivation of the word, xi. 65 
Cumming (Col. Sir John), his parentage, ii. 269 
Cummings (W. H.) on ' Auld Robin Gray,' vi. 451. 
Authors of quotations, v. 137. Benbow 
(Admiral), his death, vii. 55. Bexfield (W. R.), 
iv. 315. Bibliographical notes on Dickens and 
Thackeray, iii. 151. Blow (Rev. William), xii. 
234. Burney's ' History of Music,' x. 57. 
' Cherry Ripe,' v. 297, 392. ' Come out, 'tis 
now September," iv. 446. Cricket, earliest 
mention, iv. 215. ' Death of Nelson,' iv. 412. 
' Echo's Lament of Narcissus,' vi. 453. Musical 
composers as pianists, vii. 34. " No riches from 
his little store," vi. 75. " O dear, what can the 
matter be ? " vi. 57. Purcell's music for ' The 
Tempest,' ii. 270, 370. ' Rule, Britannia,' viii. 
313. Savile (John), ix. 431. ' Short Explica- 
tion ' of musical terms, vii. 477. ' Tom Tough,' 
vi. 291 

Cummins (A.) on authors of quotations wanted, 

x. 68. ' Pleasure digging his own Grave,' x. 89 

' Cunard Daily Bulletin,' first ocean newspaper, 

i. 504 
Cunningham (Allan), his * King of the Peak,' v. 

208, 271, 337, 352, 518 

Cunningham (W.) on pertesen, its meaning, xii. 249 
Cunningham family motto, vii. 33, 93 
Cunninghame (Col. W.) and Casanova story, xi. 

147 
Cupboard, " dole," meaning of the term, vi. 429 ; 

vii. 16, 137 

Cuplahills, derivation of the place-name, i. 189 
Cupples (J. G.) on Alltree family, ix. 456. Burns's 
' Mensuration School," viii. 70. Californian 
English, vii. 36. Edward VII. and Abraham 
Lincoln, vi. 445. Henley (George) of Bradley, 
Hants, ix. 496. Hutton Hall, vi. 209, 397. 
'' Protector's Head," inn sign, x. 156. Shaw, 
Bengal lawyer, iv. 288 
Cupples (Rev. William), minister of Kirkoswald, 

1720-1752, i. 109, 251 
Cups, Maundy, 1490-1539, viii. 56, 331 
Cups, wooden, in East Anglia, vii. 489 
Cureton (Brigadier-General Charles), his Multanis, 

iii. 269, 318, 337 

Curious on courtesy titles of earls' sons, vi. 229. 
Drelincourt (Peter), Dean of Armagh, xi. 208. 
Jennings arms, iii. 308. 'Lincolnshire Family's 
Chequered History,' vii. 349 ; viii. 371. Magna 
Charta barons, xii. 149. Marriage licences, of 
diocese of Exeter, xii. 330. Reindeer, its 
spelling, viii. 358. Strawberry Hill Catalogue, 
xii. 492. Wharton autobiography, x. 190 
Curious House, Greenwich, its history, x. 469 : 

xi. 32, 111, 213 
Curls, boy's, poem on, xii. 88. 
Curnels, " wax and curnels," children's complaint, 

vii. 267, 338, 497 

Curran (Mrs. Mary H.) on Ellison family, i. 268 
Curran (Sarah), Robert Emmet, and Major Sirr, 

iii. 303, 413, 470 ; iv. 52, 111, 310, 534 
Currie (Dr. J.), date of his death, i. 285, 355, 436 



Curry (Capt.), c. 1759, his biography, v. 208, 271 
Curry (Frank) on " tailed " in Fuller, xii. 454. 
Curry (J. T.) on Adam's commemorative pillars, 
iv. 136. Arundel Castle legend, viii. 390. 
Ausone de Chancel, vi. 233 ; vii. 15. Authors 
of quotations wanted, x. 314. Book, nameless, 
iv. 123, 293. Brass at Brown Candover, ix. 316 
" But for the grace of God," &c., iii. 46. Cam- 
den on surnames : Musselwhite, i. 314. Canova 
(Antonio) in England, iv. 518. Charles I., 
vii. 210. Churchill (Charles) : T. Underwood, 
iv. 357. Crucified thieves, xi. 321. Edinburgh, 
xii. 135. " Entre tu y yo," xi. 206. ' Et tu, 
Brute ! " v. 125. German Emperor and Poets 
Laureate, v. 237. Gloucestershire definition 
of a gentleman, xi. 172. " Grant me, indulgent 
Heaven," ii. 434. H aspirate in English 
writers, xii. 403. " He which drinketh well," 
xi. 53. Hexameters on the Bass Rock, ix. 411. 
Homer in the eighteenth century, xii. 68. 
Incached, its meaning, viii. 273. Italian 
proverb, ix. 493. Kirby (Richard), architect, 
v. 295. Latin pronunciation, ix. 81. Literary 
pastimes, vi. 75. Lonning, iv. 70. Melancholy, 
i. 212. Meswinde the Fair, ix. 8. Milton and 
Christ's College, Cambridge, x. 72. ' Mony a 
pickle maks a mickle," vi. 456. ' Near the 
church and far from God," vi. 496. ' Noli 
altum sapere," xii. 216. " Nom de guerre " and 
" Nom de plume," viii. 248. ' O dear, what 
can the matter be ? " vi. 73. Oranges, Spanish 
proverb on, i. 206. Pidgin or pigeon English, 
v. 90. Practice, a rule of arithmetic, viii. 112. 
Prior to = before , i . 1 1 4 . Psycholog ical moment, 
xi. 54. Quens or Kuens, vi. 170. Rime v. 
rhyme, vi. 192, 391. Rocher de Gayette, vii. 
419. ' Sagacious Remarks,' vi. 414. Seven- 
teenth-century quotations, x. 271. Smith in 
Latin, v. 193. Southey's ' Omniana,' ii. 410. 
Speech after removal of tongue, ix. 216. Split 
infinitive, iii. 210. " Sub rosa," ix. 432. 
Talented, ii. 23. " Three guns," ii. 169. 
Victoria (Queen) of Spain, vii. 76. Virgil or 
Vergil, iv. 451. " Was you ? ' and You 
was," ii. 157 ; v. 32. Wyatt (Sir Thomas), his 
riddle, i. 164. " Yeoman service," viii. 150 
Cursals, farm of, explanation of the term, ii. 509 } 

iii. 12 

Curse removed by legal document, ix. 287 
Curses, Irish, xi. 45 

Curtain lectures, early examples, vii. 226, 515 
Curtin (Jeremiah), his linguistic attainments, vii. 6 
Curtis (F. J.) on " one," its pronunciation, xii. 

375 

Curtis (J.) on Albion Hotel, Aldersgate Street, 
vi. 78. Badges of the City Guilds, vii. 457. 
Cateaton Street, v. 429. Catherine : Katharine : 
Katherine, v. 469. Charters to City Guilds, vii. 
457. Court Leet : Manor Court, viii. 93. 
Cross-legged knights, v. 130. Deville, x. 91. 
Direction post v. signpost, v. 449. Dog-names, 
ii. 470. " Fate of the Tracys," iv. 128. Gold- 
smith's ' Traveller,' v. 397. Holm and mastick 
trees, v. 489. Male-law word, ii. 426, 453. 
Marylebone, xi. 416. Mineral Wells, Streatham, 
ii. 316. { Now this is every cook's opinion," 
v. 397. Oliphant (Mrs.), ' Neighbours on the 
Green,' xi. 27. Rebus in churches, v. 188. 
Secret languages, viii. 190. Semaphore signal- 
ling, xi. 272, 358. Tackle-house : tackle- 
porter, xii. 351. Tickencote Church, ii. 289. 
Tithing barn, ii. 477. Windmills in Sussex, 
vii. 276. Yorkshire dialect, iv. 190 



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Curtis (T. A.) on quotations, i. 190 

Curtis family, iv. 207 

Curtler (W. H. K.) on English exiles in France and 

Holland, v. 148 
Curwen (A. F.) on Berwick : Steps of Grace, ii. 516 

Christian of Milntown, v. 334. Saxon kings : 

living descendants, v. 252. ' Steer to the 

Nor'-Nor'-West,' ii. 490 
Curwen (J. Spencer) on tithing barn, ii. 368. 

Gush (William), xii. 313 
Cust (R. N.) on Florence Nightingale, ix. 268, 

337 

Custis (John), his ancestry, vii. 90 
Cut his stick = " hooked it," origin of the expres- 
sion, viii. 348 
Cuthbertson (Major N.) on authors of quotations, 

viii. 230 

Cuttle (Capt.), his original, i. 166, 217, 274 
' Cuttwoorkes " : ' True Perfection of Cutt- 

woorkes,' ii. 149, 197 
Cymbals, fires for, in translation of Linschoten's 

' Voyagie,' vii. 289, 334 
Cymro on Phillipps MSS. : Beatrice Barlow, ii. 28 
Cymru, its derivation, v. 364 ; vi. 113 
Cypripedium, derivation of the word, iv. 228 
Cyprus, inscriptions in, vi. 302 
Cyranus Lucii Regis Pincerna, in ' De Prsesulibus 

Angliae Commentarius,' xii. 269 
Cyril on Hugo's ' Les Abeilles Impe'riales,' i. 348. 

Montagu (Basil), his MSS., iv. 109, 429 
Czar, its correct spelling, iii. 146 
Czech and the similarity of Slav languages, iii. 

346 
Czechs and. Germans, their antagonism, iv. 187 

l> 

D, lines on words in, viii. 482 

D. on Matthew Arnold's ' Church of Brou,' vi. 175. 
Attorney, vii. 227. Blazers, xi. 333. Buckrose, 
ix. 492. Bulwer (Edward and Henry), ix. 56. 
Cap of Liberty, x. 52. Cardigan as a surname, 
i. 97. Chasseur, iv. 227. Clergy in wigs, x. 16. 
College H^raldique de France, viii. 392. Court 
dress, ii. 131. Dew-ponds, xi. 474. Docwra 
(Sir Henry), ix. 58. Elizabeth (Queen) and 
New Hall, Essex, i. 15. " Entente cordiale," 
ix. 472. ' Field Marshall the Lord Roberts," 
ii. 245. Flag, the national, iii. 448 ; vii. 227. 
Forty days' periodicity, iv. 7. French minia- 
ture painter, i. 211. French Revolution pottery, 
iv. 252. Gibbets, iv. 251. " Go anywhere and 
do anything," ii. 32. Goumiers, Morocco 
term, viii. 296. Hanged, drawn and quartered, 
i. 371. Harvest Supper songs, xii. 71. Haut- 
ville family, vi. 493. Hoek van Holland, vii. 
254. ' Hors d'ceuvre," x. 255. Hough family, 
xi. 475. Index saying, xi. 234. Irish Brigade, 
iv. 87. Kniaz, iv. 130. Knights of Windsor, 
iii. 5. Letters of Junius, ix. 430. Manor 
mesne, vi. 257. Marly horses, vii. 396. Mediter- 
ranean, x. 376, 495. Mince pie and plum 
pudding, ix. 73. " Old King Cole," xi. 13. 
Sundered pictures, iii. 7. Pompelmous, iii. 191. 
Post boxes, vi. 475. Roman Catholic, v. 327. 
Russian names, xi. 235. " SeVigne" (une)," 
xi. ^95. ' Sophy," the, v. 378. Swan-names, 
ii. 151. Talleyrand : last portrait, ix. 327. 
Torpedoes, submarines, and rifled cannon, iii. 
.1. Treaty of Tilsit, viii. 511. Tricolour, ii. 
247, 312. Undertaker, iii. 212. " Upper 
Thames," x. 27. White Ensign, ix. 154. 
Wilkes's c Essay on Woman,' ix. 492. Wille, 
French engraver, ix. 27. Wotton House, x. 7 



D h on authors of quotations, ix. 168. Britannia 

as the national emblem, xi. 168. Green Dragon, 

xi. 129. White Hart, xi. 168 
D. (A.) on sea-urchin, vi. 9. Tadpole, vi. 29 
D. (A. H.) on double-headed eagle, x. 198. Folk 

song, xii. 128. Ranger of Greenwich Park, x. 

189 
D. (B.) on Corsley, Wilts, xi. 108. Oxen drawing 

carriages, xi. 136 

D. (B. M.) on George Fall, artist, v. 230 
D. (C.) on Henry Ellison, x. 95. 'Philobiblion,' 

ix. 9. Sarpi (Father) in early English literature, 

iii. 144. Shelvocke (Capt. George), iii. 196. 

Tomlins (T. E.), vi. 338. Tuvill or Tutevil 

(Daniel), vi. 37. Wieland's ' Agathon,' viii. 457 
D. (C. E.) on steering-wheel, x. 48 
D. (C. L.) on heraldic surname, vi. 78 
D. (D.) on Hornsey Wood House, vii. 216 
D. (D. W.) on drive : whist drive, ix. 249 
D. (E.) on Chavasse family, vi. 267. ' Dandy s 

Ball,' ix. 109. Dobb Park Castle, ix. 90 
D. (E. F.) on authors of quotations wanted, x. 428 
D. (E. H.) on authors of quotations, ix. 288, 

Greek and English poetry, ix. 310 
D. (E. H. W.) on Phcebe Hessel, ii. 74. May 

Monument, i. 497 

D. (E. J. ) on Kipling : picaroon : barracpon, ix. 2d& 
D. (F. ) on authors of quotations, viii. 230 ; xi. 

468 
D. (G.) on dumping, v. 175. Lumley family, xu 

KAQ 

D. (H.) on Knightley family, v. 250. Montfort 
(Simon de), his portrait, ix. 309. Quotations 
wanted, vi. 469. Sturmy or Esturmy family,, 
vii. 20 

D. (H. H.) on "bonnets of blue," ii. 456. Fair 
maid of Kent, ii. 175 

D. (H. L. L.) on Denny and Windsor families, 
xii. 424. Gorges (Ferdinando) of Eye, ** 8 
Spanish Armada : ships wrecked off Ayrshire, 
xii. 393 

D. (H. T.) on authors of quotations wanted, vn. 
208 

D. (H. W.) on Arundel Castle legend, vm. 4d4. 
British music publisher, earliest, viii. 4<5. 
Clippingdale, vi. 472. Hull Railway Report, 
ix. 178. Irish potato rings, iii. 149. Littleton s 
' History of Islington,' viii. 156. Lowry, vi. d7d. 
Oldmixon, vi. 416. Rebus in churches, v. 
297, 356. Seddon family, vi. 14. Shakespear- 
iana at Douai, vii. 517 ._., ., 

D. (J.) on Corisande, iv. 247. Treaty of Tilsit, 

viii. 469 
D. (J.) & Son on Sir Thomas Warner's tombstone* 

viii. 288 
D. (J. B.) on quotations wanted, iv. 529 

TT-v / T 'A.T \ _ . S~*i J_l_ i-~ \-mt , ,., i n4- rt T? 1 4 C/~l I 1 



386. Shakespeariana, iv. 

viii. 303 
D. (K. F.) on Kniphofia, x. 333 
D. (L.) on Quadi and Marcomanni, vii. 89 
D. (M.) on Aspirine, xi. 352. Motherhood lat< 

in life, ix. 57 , 

D. (M. C.) on CoppeVs ' La Greve des Forgerons, 

xii. 469 
D. (M. G.) on Kipling's ' Actions and Reactions, 

xii. 329. Peacock (T. L.), x. 138 
D. (M. N.) on Marly horses, vii. 211, 376 
D. (N. D.) on North Devon May Day custom, n. 76: 
D. (Q. E.)on authors of quotations wanted, xn. 

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GENERAL INDEX. 



D. (R.) on Bremond and Verdelin families, ix. 
149. ' Capitulaire du St. S^pulcre,' ix. 151. 
Don Saltero's Tavern, x. 252. Tower of London, 
ix. 129 

D. (S. G.) on Hysker or Hesker, iv. 69 
D. (T. F.) on Anahuac, ii. 196, 317. " Angel ' 
of an inn, x. 95. Authors of quotations, ix. 
193; x. 514; xii. 178. Babington Con- 
spiracy, v. 455. ' Biscuit's throw," xii. 376. 
Blue-water, vii. 195. Boot-top as a verb, x. 
225. Bouquet-holder (silver), ii. 134. "Break- 
ing the flag," vi. 136. Byron's ' Don Juan,' vi. 
475. 'Byways in the Classics,' iv. 261, 352. 
Caldwell family, iv. 158. Cook (Capt.), his 
vessels, ix. 438. Dago, ii. 332. Danzig : its 
siege in 1813, x. 130. Dean's Yard, West- 
minster, i. 415. Dog's nose, v. 252. Drinking 
tobacco, xii. 455. Fig trees : maturing meat, 
ix. 389; x. 96, 453. Fiteres=rags, viii. 32. 
Foote anecdote, vi. 465. French words in 
Scotch, ix. 450. Gwillim's ' Display of 
Heraldrie,' ii. 417, 495. " Hackbut bent," xii. 
36. Hair becoming suddenly white, x. 75. 
Heraldry in Froissart : Pillow, x. 452. Hous- 
toun (Sir Patrick), xi. 253. Hysker or 
Hesker, iv. 136, 334. lona Cathedral, ii. 47. 
Kipling : picaroon : barracoon, ix. 234. Lite- 
rary allusions, viii. 513. London and Bir- 
mingham Railway, viii. 473. London statues 
and memorials, x. 494. Man in the almanac, 
x. 118. Meschianza, x. 97. Napoleon III. in 
London, ix. 371. Napoleon's carriage, vii. 393. 
Nelson and Wellington, viii. 506. Nicknames 
of persons of fashion, xii. 515. Olive tree, ix. 
514. Petre epigram, xii. 411. Pewter, old, ix. 
90. Plew, vii 51. Police-office, vi. 414. 
Pronunciations, doubtful, v. 233. Provand's 
Lordship, Glasgow, viii. 497. Punch, the 
beverage, iv. 477. Rebus in churches, v. 250. 
Refectories, first-floor, ii. 353. -Richard II. : 
his arms, vii. 250. ' Robin Hood and the 
Bishop of Hereford,' ix. 55. Roscoe's transla- 
tion of Cellini, xii. 266. Sands (Archbishop), 
ix. 357. ' Scots Peerage,' i. 404. Shakespeare's 
pliys, their sub-titles, vi. 471. Ships renamed 
after the Restoration, xi. 73. Simms (Tom), 
the hangman, ix. 336. Spanish Armada : ships 
wrecked off Ayrshire, xii. 331. Thiggyng : 
fulcenale : warelondes, viii. 92. Thune : (Eil- 
de-bceuf, vii. 153. Tournaments and jousts, 
xii. 430. Troops in winter, their sufferings, 
iii. 21, 104. Tunes, old, x. 93. Vigo Bay, 
1702-19, x. 98. Walton's (Capt.) dispatch, 
vi. 225 ; vii. 494. Wellington (Duke of) on 
uniforms, viii. 176. Welsh poem, v. 14. 
' What wants that knave ? " vii. 219. Willow- 
pattern china, ix. 438. Wolfe (General), his 
death, xii. 357. Women and Parliament, viii. 
445. Words and phrases in American news- 
papers, xii. 371. Yorkshire dialect, iv. 190 
D t (T. F.) on " Though lost to sight," xi. 438 
D. (U. J. ) on clergy in wigs, x. 356. Cowper's 
name, xii. 516. Hexameters on the Bass Rock, 
ix. 411 
D. (W.) on Goldsmith's 'Present State of Polite 

Learning,' ii. 309 

D. (W. M.) on " Merry England," x. 88 
D. O. M., its meaning, iii. 400 
Dabrichecourt (John and Fran?ois), ix. 228, 332, 

418 

Dacier (Lswis), Westminster scholar, c. 1730, v.149 
Daffodil, its lore and Welsh names, vi. 347, 410 
Dagger money at Newcastle-on-Tyne, v. 280 



Dagger pies, origin of the term, iii. 26 
Dago, meaning in United States, ii.247, 332, 351 
Daguerre on photography, iv. 450 
Daguerreotypes, faded, their restoration, iv. 

208, 275 
Dahl (Michael), portrait painter, 1656-1743, xi. 

467 
Dahlgren (E. W.) on "Sunken Land of Bus," 

vi. Ill, Stradling (Thomas), i. 66 
Dahuria, a district in Eastern Siberia, i. 248, 337 
' Daily Telegraph,' its jubilee, iv. 243 
Daisy, and legend of Atlas and Pleione, iv. 387, 

475, 497 

Daisy (Dainty), c. 1755, his identity, xii. 147 
D'Albon (Marquis) on Knights Templars, iii. 

467 ; original registers sought, iv. 167 
Daldy, early forms of surname, ii. 249 
Dale (T. C.) on Dale family, ii. 289. Jamaica 

newspaper, i. 169. Lewen (Miss) and Wesley, 

i. 189. Tetherington (John), x. 189. Wesley 

(John), his missing letters, x. 367 
Dale family, ii. 289 
Dallas (J-) on Bp. Peter Quivel, x. 30. Shake- 

speariana, ii. 343 
Dallas (Sir Thomas), Indian cavalry officer, viii. 

170 

Dallas on Dallas family Bible, iv. 348 
Dallas family Bible, iv. 348 
Dally the Tall, sobriquet of Mrs. Grace Dalrymple 

Elliott, v. 244 

Dalmeny, its pronunciation, ii. 36 
Dalston, Charles Lamb's residence at, vii. 414 
Dal ton (C.) on two Sir Thomas Armstrongs, iv. 281. 

The Bombay Regiment, x. 1. " Brown Bess ' 

applied to a musket, v. 21. Carnwath pedigree, 

viii. 445. Douglas (Capt. Archibald), x. 181. 

Hawley (Lieut. -General), vi. 6, 89. Howard 

(Sir George), vii. 192. Inches Volunteers, 1797- 

1800, viii. 224. Irish land belonging to an 

English benefice, vi. 166. Jefferyes (Capt. 

James), iv. 404 ; v. 211. Pennefather, origin 

of name, vi. 67. Pocock's paintings of battle 

of the Nile, iv. 468. Scots Greys and grey 

horses, vii. 26. William III. at the Boyne, ii. 

321 

Dalton (James) and Hannah Lightfoot, ix. 24, 122 
Dalton-le-Dale, sundial in church at, v. 271 
Dalzell family of Glenae, viii. 445, 492 ; ix. 10 
Damage : " What's the damage ? ' the phrase, 

viii. 187 
Dampier (William), navigator, memorial to, ix. 

447, 515 

Dance (George), R.A., City architect, i. 367 
Dance, Sanderson or cushion, iv. 308, 358 ; Whyte 

Melville on " purpose," xii. 27 
Dances, religious, ix. 427, 474 
' Dandies' Ball,' old-fashioned children's book, ix. 

109, 217 

Dandy affair, 1816, x. 49 
Danes' Church, Wellclose Square, c. 1696, x. 97, 

154 

Danger : in danger = impending, iv. 86 
Daniel (P. A.) on dagger pies, iii. 26 
Daniel (S.), rime in his ' Civil Wars,' 1595, vi. 233 ; 

misprints in his ' Civil Wars,' viii. 405 
Daniel family, x. 468 

'Daniel FosqueV 1882, authorship wanted, xii. 169 
Daniell (W.), his drawing of design by G. Dance, 

i. 367 
Daniels (H. G. ) on Chingford Church : " Nunquam 

non paratus," vi. 117. Collop Monday, v. 376. 

High Constable, xii. 309. Hove, x. 216. 

Rebus in churches, v. 250, 297 



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Daniels (J. B.) on Dickensiana : railway lights, 

ix. 87 < 

Danish surnames, iii. 49, 137, 390 
Danister (John), Wykehamist, iv. 289, 355, 437 ; 

vi. 94, 157 

Dante : Dorando : Durand, xi. 186 
Dante, drama by Sardou and Moreau on, i. 183 ; 

fourteenth-century unknown portrait, iv. 205 ; 

sonnet to Guido Cavalcanti, iv. 207, 277 ; 

v. 474 ; on Paolo and Francesca, vii. 229 ; 

and architecture, 266 ; ' Le Terze Rime di 

Dante,' Aldus, 1502, ix. 11 ; on old men, xi. 448; 

MSS. recently discovered, xii. 449 
Danteiana : ' Inf.,' xiv. 96, " Sotto il cui rege fu 

gia il mondo casto," i. 181, 251 ; xiv. 126, 
' Pur a sinistra giu calando al fondp," 181 ; 

xv. 4, " Quale i Fiamminghi tra Guizzante e 

Bruggia," 182 ; xv. 23, ' Fui conosciuto da 

un, che mi prese," iii. 482 ; xv. 29, " Chinando ; 

la mano alia sua faccia," 483 ; xv. 55, ' Se, 

tu segui tua stella," vii. 202 ; xv. 67-8, 
' Vecchia fama nel mondo," 202; xvi. 102, 
' Ove dovria per mille esser ricetto," 103, 251, 

373 ; xvi. 106-8, " lo aveva una corda," x. 302 ; 

* Purg.,' meaning of " balzo," viii, 226, 291 
Danzig, accounts of its siege, 1813, x. 130, 193 
Dapifer in mediaeval Latin, its meaning, viii. 48, 

116 

D'Arblay (Madame), her diary, xii. 469 
Darby family pedigree, iii. 488 
Darch (W. J.) on Chigwell School, vii. 488 
Darcie (Abraham), his ' History of Elizabeth,' 

viii. 89 

D'Arcy (S. A.) on Burmese god, vii. 429 
Darcye (Col. Conyers), his regiment of 1660, ix. 

108, 178 

Darke (B.) on Bolles : Conyers, iv. 264 
Darkness in London in 1879, vi. 49 
Darling (Grace), sale of her medal, ix. 285 
Darlington (O. H.) on flying bridge, iii. 93. O'Hara 

portraits, xi. 128. Telephonic, ix. 247. " White 

Eyes," Delaware chief, xi. 87 

Darrell or Dorrell (John), exorcist, c. 1599, v. 285 
Darrell (Thames) and Harrison Ainsworth, viii. 189 
Darrell murder at Littlecote House, ix. 58 
Dartford, sundial in church at, v. 206 
Dartmouth House, Queen Anne's Gate, its history, 

ix. 150 
Darwall (Rev. L.), cope worn by, in 1853, i. 174, 

278 
Darwin (Charles), his house in Gower Street, v. 

483 
Darwin (Dr. Erasmus) on signs of foul weather, i. 

442 ; lines on Sydney Cove, x. 261, 412 
Darwin (G. H.) on Sydney, 1789-1908, x. 412 
Darwin (W. E.) on Windsor Castle sentry, iii. 

229 

Darwinian chain of argument, iv. 169, 237 
Dasent (A. I.) on Sir Reginald Bray, xi. 267. 

London taverns, xii. 127. Speaker, first, of the 

House of Commons, x. 388 
Dating, Athenian system of, i. 489 
D'Aubrischecourt (Francois) and John Dabriche- 

court, ix. 228, 332, 418 

Dauglish (M. G.) on Col. A. R. Dunn, v. 468 
D'Auvergne (Philip), his wife's surname, ii. 427, 

492 
D'Avaux (M. le Comte), his ' Ne"gociations en 

Irlande,' iii. 470 

' Davelly " rain, dialect phrase, xi. 509 ; xii. 76 
Davey (E. C.) on Fettiplace, i. 396. Hoy (John), 

vi. 95. Louis Philippe's landing in England, 

vi. 93 



Davey (H.) on American place-names, iii. 333. 
Cowley the actor, vi. 456. ' Death of Nelson,' 
iii. 18. 'D.N.B. Epitome,' ix. 153, 294. 
' 1 Henry IV.,' II, iv., vi. 504. ' King Lear ' 
on the stage, xii. 224. Rhine a French bound- 
ary, xi. 375. Shakespeare and geography, x. 
346. Shakespeare the actor, x. 346. , ; ' Slow, 
slow, fresh fount," vi. 453. Statua : statue : 
statute, vi. 377. Tennyson and Aldworth, xi. 
325 

David (J. L.), painter, his sketch of Marie Antoin- 
ette, xii. 409,513 

David (J. P.) on Gourbillon or Courbillon family, 
ii. 408 

David (W. H.) on Pigott's ' Jockey Club,' xii. 
136, 255 

David family and Eton House, Kent, viii. 290 

Davidson (H. A.) on T. L, Peacock, x. 9 

Davidson clan, x. 7 

Davies (Ann), her epitaph, ii. 106, 152 

Davies (A. Morley) on the Chiltern Hundreds, 
vii. 238 ; viii. 53. Dickens and the lamplighter, 
x. 12. Eastry, Kent, xi. 172. Halesowen, 
Worcester, viii. 31. Neyte, Eybury, and 
Hyde, xi. 174. November 5 : Guy Fawkes, x. 
496. Peninsulas, xii. 36. Pightle : Pikle, v. 
134. Rossetti (Christina), vi. 397, 418. Tyburn, 
x. 495. West London Railway, vi. 426. 
Wooden water-pipes in London, iv. 465 

Davies (A. W.) on Gainsborough at Richmond, 
xi. 149 

Davies or Davis (Black), turf character, c. 1790, 
xi. 507 ; xii. 37 

Davies (D. C.) on taciturn : Grieve in Smollett, 
xii. 375 

Davies (Sir George), created baronet, 1685-6, 
iii. 469 ; iv. 36, 93 

Davies (Henry), of Buryan, Cornwall, descendants, 
iv. 368 

Davies (John), his epigram on actors, 1603, xii. 389 

Davies (Jonathan Ceredig) on " Giving his supper 
to the devil," ii. 427. Henry II. on the Welsh, 
ii. 446. Moon superstitions, xii. 406. River 
legends, xii. 488. Twin calves, ii. 406 

Davies (J. S.) on musical services on towers, viii. 
153 

Davies (Lucy) on bee-sting cure for rheumatism, 
xii. 295 

Davies (W.) on ' Emblemes d'Alciat,' v. 468 

Davis (A.) on Sir Thomas Davis, Lord Mayor, 
vi. 388 

Davis (Crusoe Richard), his voyages and dis- 
coveries, xi. 425 

Davis (Lieut. Henry John), Yeoman of the Guard, 
vii. 349 

Davis (M. D.) on " Lombard," i. 6 

Davis (N. D.) on Sir Arthur Leary Pigott, x. 426 

Davis (R. G.) on -Newport Church, I.W., ix. 457 

Davis (Sir T.), Lord Mayor of London, 1677, vi. 
388, 431 ; vii. 54 

Davis (T.), his poem ' The Sack of Baltimore, 
viii. 13 

Davison family, ix. 130 

Davy (A. J.) on Admiral Christ epitaph, vii. 38. 
Authors of quotations wanted, xi. 29. Coffin 
House, i. 388. Death-birds in Scotland and 
Ireland, v. 158. Desecrated fonts, ii. 172. 
Devonshire miniaturists, xi. 273. Local Govern- 
ment Records, iii. 355. Littlemonelight, place- 
name, vi. 475. Marriage like a Devonshire 
lane, xii. 517. May-dewing, iv. 17. ' Monkey 
on the chimney," i. 288. "Old ewe dressed 
lamb fashion," xii. 237. Pannell, i. 256. 



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Pollard (Sir Lewis), xi. 433; xii. 36. Southcott 
(Joanna), her celestial passports, xi. 137. 
Tooker, ii. 307 

Davye or Davis (Rouse), his descendants, iv. 289 
Dawe family, iii. 180 
Dawes (C. B. ) on Barnes : ' The Devil's Charter,' 

i. 467. Marlborough and Shakespeare, i. 352 
Dawson (Isabella ) = Henry Carey, 1827, ix. 249, 

318 

Day (John), bookseller, his motto, v. 208, 255, 418 
Day (Nancy), Lady Fenhoulet, c. 1768, x. 406 ; 

xi. 393, 438 
Day (Wentworth), Fifth-Monarchy man, ix. 42, 

117 
Daylight-saving, anticipated by Shakespeare, xi. 

226 

Days, the borrowing, in Arabic, xi. 507 
Days and months in French, vii. 290 
De Arcubus family, viii. 169 
De Bickerton or Bickerton family, xi. 189 
De Caux's ' L'Horloge de Sable,' i. 213 
De Evermus and De Hullo pedigrees, vi. 510 
De Fontenay (Madame), her correspondence with 

the Emmet family, i. 52, 111 

De Garencieres family prior to 1550, vi. 309, 418 
De Gourbillon family, iv. 149 
De Harold (Edmund, Baron), his translations, 

xii. 108, 452 

De Keleseye or Kelsey family, ii. 188, 275 ; iii. 255 
De la Motte de la (Jarre" family, x. 310 
De Lancey (Sir William H.), American loyalist, 

his MS. history, iv. 409, 517 ; his biography, v. 

72, 276 ; and General Alava, vi. 33 ; and the 

plan of Waterloo, 188, 316 
De Laune (Thomas), his 'Present State of London,' 

viii. 1 

De Lhuys or Norderloose (Jacoba), viii. 89, 157 
De Mandeville and Clavering families, i. 149, 213, 

293 
De Montfort (Peter), first Speaker of the House 

of Commons, xi. 411 

De Morgan (A.), his ' Book of Almanacs,' ii. 266 
De Morgan (Capt. J.), d. 1760, his biography, iii. 

168, 311 
De Morgan (Prof.), his arithmetical books, viii. 

386 
De Moro (Duke) on Richard Kirby, v. 147. 

Polish royal genealogy, iii. 429. 
De Quincey (T.), editorship of Westmorland 

Gazette, ii. 101 ; and Swedenborg, iv. 529 ; 

and animal magnetism, vii. 345 ; on toothache, 

x. 122 ; and the tenth wave, 511 ; on Alex- 
ander Pope, xi. 61 ; quotations and allusions, 

xi. 388, 438 ; xii. 95, 139 
De Raet Baronetcy, xii. 446 
De Ros (Baroness), her arms, xii. 187 
De Ros family, vi. 348 

De Rullo and De Evermus pedigrees, vi. 510 
De St. Philibert, c. 1206, x. 8, 73 
De Tabley (Lord), his contributions to ' N. & Q.,' 

iii. 147 ; portrait of H. Thompson, x. 229 
De Teixeira Sampayo family, iii. 487 
De Tribus Minutis, peculiar surname, iii. 30 
De Vere (Edward), 17th Earl of Oxford, xii. 266 
De Vos (V.), painter, c. 1871, xii. 127, 238, 274 
Deacon (Dr. Thomas), Nonjuror, d. 1753, vi. 307 
Dead, the, christened in Russia, viii. 405 
Dead bell, use of the custom, i. 308, 350 
Deaf, its dialectal meanings, iv. 358, 396 
Deal Castle, Capt. Boys and Captains of, xi. 487 
Dealy (T. K.) on Ausone de Chancel, vii. 356 
Dean (John), mezzotinter, c. 1777-91, ii. 481 
Dean (R. S.) on nursery rime, ix. 478 



Dean (William), ' D.N.B.' on, x. 114 

' Dean of Badajoz,' the story, v. 467 

Deane on Hamlet Watling, iii. 272 

Deaneries unattached to cathedrals, xii. 469 

Dean's Yard, No. 17, Westminster, its history, 
i. 336, 415 

Dear : " O dear no ! " used inter jectioiially, x. 
349, 395, 434, 516 

Deare family, xi. 506 

Death (Capt.), privateer, performance for, i. 48, 93 

Death (Cromwell), of Furnival's Inn, iv. 307 

Death (Edward), admitted Gray's Inn 1630-31, 
ix. 90 

Death, verdict on cause of, when body has 
vanished, i. 508 ; clocks stopped at, iii. 124, 
175 ; after lying, x. 109, 157, 195, 274, 376 ; leg 
growing after, x. 506 ; xi. 72, 471 ; Addison 
on, xii. 346 

Death, pressing to, latest instance, vi. 129, 176, 
235, 273, 297 

Death, the great reaper, ii. 146 

Death and sleep, writers on, i. 315, 355 

' Death and the Sinner,' poem, vi. 388, 436, 473 ; 
vii. 34 

Death bell, use of the custom, i. 308, 350 

Death birds in Scotland and Ireland, iv. 530 ; 
v. Ill, 158, 215 ; vi. 117, 156, 173 

Death duties, Roman, ix. 10, 73 

Death folk-lore, Lincolnshire, iv. 465, 515 ; v. 
112 ; and nightingale, viii. 57, 192, 354 

Death-hunters, use of the term, ix. 87 

Death money, use of the term, ix. 87 

Death sequence in Sussex, i. 127 

Death warrants = cigarettes, use of the term, ix. 
507 ; x. 234 

Death's-head ring as legacy, xi. 306 

Deaths, marriages, and births, their registration, 
xi. 348 ; xii. 96 

Deaths of the aged, iii. 5 

" Debatable, The," use in 1552, xi. 366 

Decanter, Nelson and Warren inscribed on, ii. 268 

Decasualization, use of the word, xii. 406 

Dechepare (Bernard), c. 1545, and ' Everyman,' 
vi. 446 

Declaration of Independence and Thomas Paine, 
xii. 441 

Decorations, foreign, Queen Elizabeth on, i. 328 

Decuyper (Jean van), his ' College Alphabet,' v. 
268, 451 

Dee (Dr. John), his magic mirror, i. 16 ; books 
from his library, 241 

Deed, riming, between John of Gaunt and Roger 
Burgoyne, vi. 466 

Deed temp. Edward III., Norman-French, x. 168 

Deedes (Prebendary Cecil) on " Ashes to ashes," 
i. 429. "Bearded like the pard," ii. 275. Bell- 
horses, vii. 174. Book-stealing, vii. 276. Canon 
v. prebendary, vi. 314. Deaths of the aged, 
iii. 5. Ernisius, x. 472. Fastolf (Sir John), 
original letters, xii. 201. " Fide sed cui vide," 
ix. 135. Gobesius: Sheeter, v. 115. " In puris 
naturalibus," ii. 265. Jacobite verses, ii. 349. 
Keble photographs, vi. 311. King (Bp. Henry), 
his marriage, vi. 353. Literary pastimes, 
vi. 173. Precept on drunkenness, vi. 492. 
;t Presbyter Incensatus," x. 328. Pelican 
myth, ii. 429. Reade, i. 393. Religious houses 
of Sussex, vii. 415. Sacra? Paginae Professor, 
iv. 188; v. 231. "Sal et saliva," i. 432. Short 
(Tommy) on Aristotle, xii. 392. Struthius 
(Josephus), ii. 151 

Deedler, the, and art of deedling, x. 66 

Deer, their flesh, i. 47, 113 



TENTH SERIES. 



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Deffand (Madame du), her letters, i. 14, 68 ; and 

Horace Walpole, 325 

Defiance, its sixth meaning in the ' N.E.D.,' vi. 226 
' Defixionum Tabellae " : Disraeli, xi. 276 
Defoe (Daniel), on the Vicar of Baddow, v. 428 ; 

and the island of Tobago, vi. 225 ; his rare 

tracts, vi. 47 ; novels issued in parts, vii. 389 ; 

' Colonel Jacque,' viii. 87, 411 ; and the 

Devil's chapel, ix. 187, 255, 331 ; x. 134 ; 

French and German imitations of ' Robinson 

Crusoe,' xi. 277, 351 ; his wife, 466, 516 
Degge (Sir Simon) in Bennet's ' King of the Peak,' 

vi. 425 
Dekker (Thomas), his ' Gull's Hornbook,' iv. 227 ; 

his ' Sweet Content,' v. 106, 194, 217 
Delafosse, Winchester Commoner, iii. 128 
Delagard, one of the Countess of Huntingdon's 

preachers, i. 503 
Delahaize tomb in Tottenham Churchyard, viii. 

247, 355 

Delalynde family, iii. 309, 417 ; iv. 436 
Delane (Dennis), actor, date of his death, vi. 328, 

354 
Delaval (Sir F. B.), and Miss La Roche, xii. 38, 70, 

113 ; his biography, 349, 476 
Delaware, called Diamond State, v. 189, 396 
Delaware (Thos.), Lord de la Warr, his birthplace, 

vi. 508 

Delescote, of 19, Duke Street, St. James's, ix. 349 
Delmer, origin of the surname, v. 348, 433 
Delta on authors of quotations wanted, xii. 348. 

Inscriptions in Jerusalem, xi. 25, 163. Testout, 

iv. 69 

Deluge, its drying up, iv. 429 
Demeuldre (A.) on raid of Bishop of Norwich, x. 

468 

Demonology, bird's claw in, vi. 366, 518 
Demont (Matthew Diamondbuld), 1658, viii. 69, 

213 

Den a Gernow on early law terms, x. 29 
Den and Brice families, iv. 326 
Dennis (Edward), alias Jack Ketch, 1785, viii. 245 
Denison (J. E.) on "A frog he would a- wooing 

go," i. 227 

Denison (Speaker), his mother, ix. 428, 518 
Denman (A.) on Queen Caroline, x. 51. Denman 

(Rev. Obadiah), i. 67. Loyal Lads of Feltham, 

ii. 401. Nadgairs, iv. 49. Taylor (Tom) on 

Whewell, iii. 189. Tobacconist's Highlander, 

xi. 307 

Denman (John), Westminster scholar, i. 112 
Denman (Lord) and Queen Caroline, x. 51, 94 
Denman (Rev. Obadiah), his living, i. 67 
Denmark, Royal House of, and Harold II., iv. 

188, 276 
Denn (Patrick), his ' Death and the Sinner,' vi. 

388, 436, 473 
Denner family, xi. 289 
Denny (Lady Arabella), monody on her death, ii. 

368, 419 
Denny (H. L. L.) on Brome of Bishop's Stortford. 

i. 368. Collingwood's descendants, v. 175. 

Cotter (Sir James), iii. 315. Denny (Lady 

Arabella), ii. 368. Denny family, ii. 288 ; iv. 

249. Fitzhamon, i. 132. Forest family, i. 67. 

Law family, viii. 367. Potts family, i. 128. 

Suffolk Street Riot, 1735, ix. 30. Temple 

family, vi. 310 

Denny and Windsor families, xii. 424 
Denny family, ii. 288, 494 ; iv. 249 
Denny family and Maynard family of Curriglas, 

vi. 11, 471 
Dental surgeons to hospitals, first, vi. 310 



Denton and Washington family arms, ii. 417 
Denton family, y. 209, 271 ; vii. 507 ; xi. 366 
Denver or Denvir, origin of the name, xi. 88 
Denvir (J.) on Denvir or Denver, xi. 88 
Deodands, abolished in 1846, viii. 129 
Departure, new meaning, vi. 47 
Deployment, military manoeuvre, its inventor, 

v. 448 

Deputation, its definition, xii. 268, 338 
Derby (Countess of) and the Isle of Man, 1651, 

vii. 9, 73 

Derby (Earl of), his peerage title, iv. 169 
Derby week, and the weather, xii. 8 
Derbyshire, dialect words, ii. 201, 282, 384 
Derbyshire Christmas custom, xii. 507 
Derbyshire church notes, by Wyrley, i. 427 ; iv. 

376 
Derbyshire Gotham, origin of the place-name, 

Q 

Derry, Admiral John Grey and the relief of, iv. 428 
Derry's (Bob), c. 1788, ix. 49 
Derwentwater (James Earl of), lines on, v. 
Derwentwater family arms, i. 155 
Desaguliers (J. T.) and Freemasons, ix. 21, 
Desecrated fonts, ii. 112, 170, 253, 292 . 
Desmond, Irish Christian name, its meaning, 

D'Etc'heberry (Jean), of Sara, his Latin-English- 
Basque dictionary, vi. 46, 51 
Detectives in fiction, iv. 307, 356, 417, 456 
Dethick family pedigree, vi. 467 ; x. 21 
Dettingen trophies, iii. 68 _ 

D'Eudemare (Francis), his Histoire du 

Willaume le Bastard,' ii. 388 
Deuxsaint family, x. 309 
Deva, festival dances at, vi. 206 . 

Devachan, theosophical term, its meaning, vni. 

28, 91 

Deverent family, v. 270 . - ftft 

Devereux (W.) on Charles Bernard Gibson, i. iuo 
Devil, giving his supper to the, ii. 427 ; biacK 
and yellow his colours, iv. 10, 97 ; his hand- 
writing, 133 ; beaten at cards, 267 ; and bt. 
Botolph, 328, 435 ; selling oneself to the, v. 

29, 78, 115, 157 ; and the Vicar of Baddow, 42S , 
called Drowse in sixteenth century, vni. o, f 
and white cock in China, ix. 486 ; palled the 
Owd Lad, x. 507 ; v. white cock in 
folk-lore, 34 . Kft . 

Deville, graphologist and phrenologist, ix. 45U , 

x 91 157 

Devil's advocate in Tibet, vi. 67 

Devil's chapel, lines on, and Defoe, ix. 187, 

331 ; x. 134 
Devil's Island, its history, viii. 108, 175 
Devil's saffron, Cornish plant-name, xn. 169, 415 
Devisme (Louis), 1720-76, his ordination, xii. 428 
Devitt (E. I.) on immurement alive of religious, 

i. 153 

Devizes Market Cross, inscription on, x. 195 
Devon provincialisms, v. 186, 490 ; vi. 33, 94 
Devoniensis (T.) on Col. Godfrey, xii. 268. Toker 

or Tucker (R.) of Exeter, xii. 268. Tucker 

(Dean) of Gloucester, xii. 289 
Devonshire (Duke of), his peerage title, iv. J 
Devonshire (seventh Duke of), who never read 

newspapers, iv. 146 
Devonshire (Georgiana, Dvichess of), stanza by 

Horace Walpole on, ix. 449 
Devonshire, funeral customs in, v. 48; Barbary, 

pirates off, x. 189 
Devonshire May Day custom, i. 406 ; 11. 75 



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Devonshire miniaturists, xi. 209, 273 

Devonshire Regiment, history wanted, xii. 490 

Devonshire Square and 'House, their history, vi. 
168 

Devonshire superstitions, xii. 66 

Devonshire witchcraft, viii. 127 

Dewar (J. C.) on Gamage, ii. 249 

Dewelles or Dwelly family, ix. 287 

Dew-ponds, origin of the term, xi. 428, 474 ; xii. 
17 

Dey (Edward Merton), death, xi. 520 

Dey (E. Merton) on quotations wanted, iv. 168. 
Shakespeariana, i. 162 ; iii. 183, 184, 425 ; 
iv. 284 ; v. 263 ; vii. 144, 145, 301, 302 ; 
riii. 163, 164, 303, 503 ; ix. 263 ; x. 165, 424 ; 
xi. 85 ; xii. 463 

Dhai (C.) on Davidson clan, x. 7 

' Diabo-lady,' key to the poem, ix. 247 

' Diaboliad,' by William Combe, key to, ix. 227 

Diabolo, formerly lorio, the game, viii. 65, 287, 
374 ; ix. 47 ; in China and Japan, xi. 174 

Diabread used in May Day celebrations, i. 126, 173 

Diadem, use of the word, ii. 65, 135 

Diaeresis, its origin, ii. 301 

Dialect : Somerset, i. 6 ; viii. 248 ; large number 
of words still used, ii. 472 ; Yorkshire, iv. 102, 
170, 190, 257 ; Cumberland, 169, 294 ; Cheshire, 
203, 332, 414; completion of .' Eng. Dialect 
Diet.,' 381 ; High Peak, 427 ; Kent, viii. 506 

Dialect synonyms, dictionary of English, ii. 18 

Dials, Seven, comment on removal of the column, 
vii. 326 

Diamond State, name for Delaware, v. 189, 396 

Diamonds, produced by artificial processes, iv. 
167 i and goat's blood, viii. 270, 356, 456 ; 
called " fossel," xi. 186, 496 ; xii. 58 

Diarmid and Fingal, ii. 87, 152, 277 

Diary, Canadian, queries, xii. 188 

'Diary illustrative of Times of George IV.,' viii. 
387, 455 

' Diary of a Modern Dandy,' 1818, curious allu- 
sions in, vii. 243 

Dibdin (Charles), bibliography, i. 463, 502 ; xi. 
402, 483 ; his * Tom Tough,' vi. 210, 252, 291 

Dibdin (E. Rimbault) on authors wanted, xi. 316. 
Dibdin bibliography, i. 463, 502 ; xi. 483. 
Dickens and Thackeray, iii. 132. Dowries 
for ugly women, iv. 292. Egypt as a place- 
name, xi. 174. French miniature painter, i. 
137. Longmans: the 'Marseillaise,' xi. 92. 
Pigmies and cranes, iv. 356. Prisoner suckled 
by his daughter, iv. 432. Sadler's Wells play 
alluded to by Wordsworth, i. 136. " Sham 
Abraham," viii. 477. ' She Stoops to Con- 
quer,' its origin, iv. 317. ' Tom Moody,' ii. 398 

Dick (J.) on " O dear, what can the matter be ? " 
vi. 152 

Dick (Sir William), d. 1655, his biography, viii. 61 

Dickens (C.), and Scripture, i. 205 ; biblio- 
graphical notes, iii. 22, 131, 337, 377 ; and 
London, iv. 35 ; on the Bible, v. 304, 355, 321 ; 
mistakes about his characters, vi. 327 ; and 
Scott coincidence, 346, 390 ; and George Eliot, 
vi. 449 ; vii. 13 ; and Salisbury Plain, vi. 466 ; 
and Furnival's Inn, vii. 406 ; and Euripides, 
406 ; and Homer, 505 ; " Be sure to butter 
your bread on both sides," viii. 210 ; and the 
lamplighter's ladder, ix. 389, 430, 471 ; x. 12 ; 
on half -baptized, x. 29, 90, 135, 256, 294 ; 
surnames of his characters, 327, 477, 517 ; 
description of a knife-box, xi. 8, 116, 215 ; and 
Sir Thomas Browne, 487 ; and plant-names, 
xii. 28] , 333, 411 



Dickensiana : 

' Barnaby Rudge,' Dolly Varden as a terra 

of reproach, ii. 185 ; two slips in, 206 
' Bleak House,' original of Esther, i. 125 ? 

Jarndyce v. Jarndyce, v. 166 
' Dombey and Son,' original of Capt. Cuttle r 
i. 166, 217, 274 ; " monster of the iron 
road," 228 ; Capt. Cuttle's hook, viii. 467 " r 
' hands in his pockets," ix. 331 ; valentine 
lines, xi. 209, ^57 ; automaton dancers,. 
289, 357 ; xii. 58 ; " overfed Mephisto- 
pheles," xi. 448 

'Edwin Drood,' continuation, i. 37, 331 
' Great Expectations,' brazen bijou in, i.. 

369, 455 

'Holly Tree Inn,' Angel at, ix. 488 
' Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices,' iii.. 

207, 278 ; iv. 255 
' Little Dorrit,' Affery Flintwinch, iv. 466 ;. 

v. 32, 78 
'Martin Chuzzlewit,' " a black surplice " in.. 

i. 44 ; Tamaroo, 228, 272, 431 
' Nicholas Nickleby,' errors in, i. 166 ; iv, 
455 ; v. 14, 71 ; and the " Infant Phe- 
nomenon," iv. 507 ; and Yorkshire schools,. 
. vi. 244, 373 ; " Saracen's Head," xii. 65,. 

131, 195 

' Old Curiosity Shop,' Dick Swiveller anti- 
cipated, ix. 46 ; original of Mrs. Jarley's- 
waxworks, 325 ; fictitious "Old Curiosity 
Shop," 346, 395 
* Oliver Twist,' Mrs. Corney, i. 5 ; error in,. 

v. 127 

' Our Mutual Friend,' railway lights in, ix~ 

87, 154 ; Podsnap and his prototype, xi.186 

' Pickwick,' " through the button -hole ' in,. 

i. 228, 272, 298; Pickwick c. 1280, iii, 

447 ; ghost story in, v. 149, 178 ; Mr, 

Winkle's duel, vi. 466 ; Bill Stumps hi& 

mark, vii. 489 ; Pickwick surname, xi. 7 ? 

Mr. Pickwick and the cabriolet, xii. 385, 

514 ; the Temperance meeting, 427 

' Sketches by Boz,' private theatricals in, 

v. 72 

' Tale of Two Cities,' Bastille prisoner, xi. 8 
Dickens. See Guy dickens. 

Dickensian London, illustrations of , ii. 49 ; iii. 453 
Dickinson (H. W.) on Delmer, v. 433. Ealing- 

hearth, xi. 87 

Dickinson (William), British mezzotinter, ii. 522 
Dickisson (W. J.) on Trafalgar, iv. 431 
Dickson (D.), 1647, first of the name, i. 518. See- 

Dixon. 
Dickson (Ellen), musical composer, her biography,. 

i. 177 

Dickson (T. S.) on Caroline Fry, ix. 351 
Dictionary, German-English, ii. 9 ; French, for 
the blind, v. 247 ; Lithuanian etymological,. 
248,313 ; Norwegian, 384 ; early Latin-English- 
Basque, viii. 16 

' Dictionary of National Biography,' notes and 
corrections, i. 144, 146, 151, 184, 224, 287, 307 r 
327, 328, 366, 417 ; ii. 65, 146, 208, 225, 244,, 
246, 324, 362, 425, 519 ; iii. 43, 85, 86, 103, 205,. 
221, 223, 247, 267, 276, 306, 393, 441, 447, 461, 
462, 492; iv. 21, 66, 86, 101, 104, 125, 131, 
141, 154, 166, 182, 190, 227, 244, 281, 314, 362, 
364, 491 ; v. 22, 27, 122, 189, 284, 305, 362 ;. 
vi. 2, 104, 203 ; vii. 122, 381, 490 ; viii. 367, 
407 ; ix. 182, 231, 272, 313, 372, 409, 410, 473 r 
482, 516 ; x. 58, 114, 366, 407, 426, 454 ; xi. 365, 
433 ; xii. 24, 124, 262, 282, 402, 447 ; its- 



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83 



spelling of Irish surnames, iii. 318 ; and 

Magdalen College School, vii. 63, 383, 477 ; 

Albert Moore in, viii. 46, 317 ; proposed 

index nominum et locoruni, 161 ; its inception, 

xii. 503 
* Dictionary of National Biography : Epitome,' 

1903, ix. 21, 47, 83, 152, 211, 294, 397, 431 ; 

x. 183, 282 ; xi. 326 ; xii. 333, 393, 466 
Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, best German, 

viii. 389, 457 

Dictionary of schoolmasters, i. 189 
Diddlebury, Shropshire, its vicar and rector, 

viii. 288 
IDiego on authors of quotations wanted, xii. 109. 

County heraldry, x. 348. Defoe (Daniel), his 

wife, xi. 466. Hanging alive in chains, xi. 

406. Heraldic : shields fretty, xii. 218. Louis 

XVIII. 's queen and Westminster Abbey, xii. 193. 

Pinto (Mendez), xi. 77. St. Sunday, xi. 276. 

Shakespeariana, xi. 425. Swords, regulation, 

xii. 328. Thackeray's ' Roundabout Papers,' 

xii. 78 
"**' Dieu done tout," motto on fireplace at Coventry, 

viii. 210 

Digamma, the, and Homer, v. 168, 215, 253, 297 
Digby, English officer serving in Austrian army, 

v. 250 
Dighton (Richard), caricaturist, c. 1817, x v 407, 

454 ; his caricature portraits, xii. 409 ; his 

'Fashionable Jew ' caricature, ix. 387 
Dignities, hereditary, created, not made, v. 186 
Dilke (Lady), her books, iii. 45 ; her death, ii. 360 
Dilliana, curious Christian name, i. 171 ; iv. 7 
Dillon (F. F.) on Dillon family, iii. 367 
Dillon family, iii. 367 

Dim. ligac. ferri in Court Roll, vii. 249, 317, 515 
Dimas, crucified thief, xi. 321, 394 
' Dimes and Dollars,' American poem, xii. 250, 291 
Dimpsy, dialect word, v. 186 
Dingle (A. T.) on Isaac Basire's portrait, x. 128 
Dinkums, meaning of the word, iii. 168, 217 
Dinners, parish, in 16th and 17th centuries, ix. 

306 ; x. 57 

Dinton, biographical epitaph at, xi. 504 
Dinton hermit, John Bigg, iii. 285, 336, 376, 435 
Diplomat on Walbeoff family, i. 347 
Diplomatist on British Embassy in Paris, i. 68 
D'ipping Welt in Hyde Park, vii. 247, 296 
Direction post v. signpost, v. 449, 496 ; vi. 34, 78 
Directoire gowns in 16th-century plaster, x. 326 
Directory of foreign peers, iv. 428 
Disalder, use of the word, xi. 385 
Dischauce, rare dis- compound, xii. 26 
' Discreteness " in counties, examples of, viii. 31 
Disdaunted, use of the word, x. 328, 352, 377, 416, 

453 
Disease, " the worm," its identity, i. 407, 492 ; 

modern causes of, xi. 345, 455 
Disgate, rare dis- compound, xii. 26 
Disgruntled, use of the word, xi. 326, 452 
Dish of turnips, use of the phrase, 1836, vi. 48 
Disney (Alexander), 1803-83, at Naples, ix. 17 
Disraeli (Benjamin), on Gladstone, ii. 67, 110 ; 

his faith, iii. 367 ; keys to his novels, vi. 149 ; 

' Runnymede Letters,' their republication, vi. 

180 ; xii. 80 ; tablet in Theobalds Road, vi. 

357 ; ana, 429 ; on Protection, viii. 510 ; 

and George Potticary, ix. 46 ; his use of revert, 

70 ; his Aybssinian speech, 125 ; and the 

primrose, x. 486 ; xi. 37 ; and " Defixionum 

Tabellae," xi. 186, 276 ; his first schoolmaster, 
362, 454 ; engraved portrait, xii. 449 ; on 
Radicals and Conservatives, 490 



D'Israeli (I.), commemorative tablet, ii. 425 ; 
on the German Emperor and Poets Laureate, 
v. 187. 

Diss, Norfolk border town, xii. 170 
Diss., an abbreviation, v. 69, 114 
Dissent and affirmation, signs of, viii. 205 
Dissenting preachers in the Old Jewry, viii. 347, 

435 
Distillery, eighteenth-century, at Bermondsey, v. 

349 

Ditchfield (P. H.), his ' Old Time Parson,' x. 
, 425, 496 

Ditchfield (P. H.) on building customs and 
folk-lore, i. 407. ' Old-Time Parson,' x. 425. 
Parish clerk, ii. 128 
Dives and Lazarus, continuation of the parable, 

v. 370 

Divination by enchanted rings, v. 195 
Diving-bell, first used, iii. 247, 349, 415 . 
Divinity examination, Oxford, custom at, vii. 

470 ; viii. 54 

Dix (E. R. McC.) on Monaghan press, vii. 251 
Dix (John), alias John Ross, his ' Passages from 

the History of a Wasted Life,' vi. 369 
Dixie (Sir Wolstan) and Dr. Johnson, x. 343 
D.ixo;n (H.) on panel inscription, viii.. 29 
Dixon (J.), Oxford almanac designer, ii. 428 
Dixon (John), mezzotinter, his .biography, ii. 482 
Dixon (J. A.) on Dixon family, xii. 229 
Dixon (R.) on ' Ancient Orders of Gray's Inn,' 
i. 434. Arnold (Benedict), x. 98. Clergyman 
as City Councillor, iii. 134. Dickson (D.), i. 
518. Dyxon (Gayus), i. 449. Fair Maid, of 
Kent, ii. 118. Fotheringay, ii. 215. Hornsey : 
Highgate and Arabella Stuart, x. 93. Inscrip- 
tions at Orotava, Tenerife, i, 455. Names 
common to both sexes, ii. 66. Oxford almanac 
designers, ii. 428. Pincerna (Richard), ii. 90. 
Piper's Hole, ix. 378. Pole (Margaret), 
Countess of Salisbury, xi. 477. Publishers' 
catalogues, ii. 357, 455. Rodmell family, 
i. 489. Snakes drinking milk, x. 335. Tides- 
well and Tideslow, i. 471 
Dixon (W. Hep worth) on Father John of Cron- 

stadt, xi. 67 
Dixon, Dickson, or Dyxon, first recorded use of 

the name, i. 449, 518 
Dixon family, xii. 229 

Dixson (W. H.) on Prince Albert as poet and 
composer, iii. 374. Blind man at Oxford, iii. 
348. Jack and Jill, iii. 450 
Dobb Park Castle, Yorkshire, its history, ix. 90, 

176 

Dobbin, a children's game, ii. 348 ; iii. 237 
Dobbs (E. W. ) on American place-names, iv. 155. 
Easter Day and the full moon, iv. 136. ' Warm 
summer sun," iv. 135 

Dobell (Bertram) on Bacon or Usher? ii. 407. 
Bacon (Francis) : singular address, iii. 106. 
Blake and Coleridge, v. 89. Coleridge : un- 
known epigram, vi. 145, 293. " Fountain 
heads," &c., iv. 390. Goldsmith's ' Edwin 
and Angelina,' iii. 49. Holyoake, Chartists, 
and special constables, v. 212. Reynolds 
(John Hamilton), vi. 296. Shakespeare's por- 
trait, iv. 368. Strode's 'Floating Island,' vi. 
304. "Wilkins (George), the Poet," vi. 148. 
' Yorkshire Tragedy,' its author, vi. 41 
Dobell (Sydney) and his Edinburgh friends, x. 66 
Dobson (Austin) on authors of quotations, ix. 192. 
Pamela : Pamela, ii. 89. Pennecuik (Alex- 
ander), i. 386. " Verify your references," vi. 131 
Dobson (W. 0. T.), R.A., his children, v. 369 . 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Docet (E.) on tickling trout, i. 154 

" Dockizing " instead of " endocking " the river, 
i. 506 

Dockwra (Sir Henry), expedition to Ireland, ix. 
31, 58, 76, 116, 215, 398, 415 

Dockwra (William) and London Penny Post, 1680, 
viii. 370, 410 

Dockwra = Brockett, in East Hatley Church, ix. 89 

Doctor on Vernon and Wentworth families, viii. 
328. Walker = Ellen Howard, x. 450. Wood 
(Eleanor), x. 367 

Doctors in London during the Plague, 1665, xi. 
266 ; xii. 18 

' Doctrinali Alani,' English translation wanted, iv. 
150 

Documents in secret drawers, i. 427, 474 ; ii. 
113, 255 

Documents, municipal, 1835, their present cus- 
tody, iii. 50 

Documents, parish, their preservation, iii. 36 

Docwra (Sir Henry), 1560-1631, his descendants, 
viii. 9 

Dodd (E. C.) on authors of quotations wanted, 
vii. 309 

Dodd (L.) on Stevenson and Scott, v. 44 

Dodgson (E. S. ) on Admiral Christ epitaph, viii. 34. 
Ainoo and Baskish, i. 264, 297, 513. Alfonso 
and Victoria, v. 447. Alfonso (King), his 
marriage, vii. 6. Amyot's anonymity, ii. 508. 
Anagrams on Pius X., vii. 158, 251. Apple in 
many languages, ii. 269. Asses hypnotized, 
ii. 506. Bananas, iii. 14. Baskish calendar, 
vi. 326. Baskish folk-lore about souls, vi. 507. 
Baskish inscriptions in Newfoundland, v. 328. 
Bathing-machines, ii. 67, 131. Bell inscriptions 
at Siresa, vi. 465. Betty, iii. 6. Bidding 
prayer, vii. 277. Birch-sap wine, vii. 506. 
Birds' eggs in Spanish churches, vi. 206. 
Bishops, fourteen consecrated together, v. 417. 
Boast, its etymology, i. 18. Bowet, an archi- 
tectural lantern, v. 214. British mezzotinters, 
iii. 113. Bulk and Baskish bulka, vii. 227, 374. 
Butterfly in Baskish, iii. 226. Camoens, 
Sonnet cciii., vii. 391. ' Chanson de Roland,' 
ii. 146. Charles I., in Spain, iii. 131 ; and the 
Spanish Infanta, vi. 247 ; his physical cha- 
racteristics, vii. 335. Clack-hole of bellows, 
vii. 267. Colour transition, v. 194. Condado, 
v. 77. Cornish epitaphs, viii. 325. Cornish 
lexicology, i. 326. Coroon, a cherry, viii. 48. 
Crucifix, one-armed, ii. 395. " Cut the loss," 
iii. 69. D'Etcheberry (Jean), vi. 46. Docu- 
ments in secret drawers, ii. 113. ' Don Quixote' 
in English literature, viii. 107. Dover pier, 
iv. 491. Emanuel of Portugal and Pope 
Julian II., iv. 154. " En pentenne," its origin, 
i. 408. Epitaphs at Stratford-upon-Avon, vii. 
423. ' Everyman,' vi. 446. Female crucifixes, 
iv. 230. Foxes as food for men, iv. 286. 
' Frittars or Greaves," vii. 426. Furzing 
cards, vii. 186. Gaelic inscriptions in Man, 
ii. 44. Genesis in Baskish, iii. 148. " Gentle- 
man ' as a title, iv. 88. Gibbon, ch. Ivi. 
note 81, iv. 372. ' God save the King,' ii. 46. 
Godwyn (C.) and Baskology, ii. 487. Goettin- 
gen Hippodrome, ii. 528. Golf, is it Scandina- 
navian ? i. 168. Guipuscoan, oldest inscription 
in, vi. 184. ' Gula Augusti," vi. 135 ; vii. 
257, 394. Haberdatz, its meaning, viii. 108. 
Haze, its meanings, vii. 274. Heuskarian 
rarity, ii. 264. Hildesley (Mark), i. 414. 
History of Self-Defence,' vi. 489 ; vii. 155, 
474. Horse-pew = horse-block, iv. 132. Iberian 



inscriptions in Hibernia, i. 388. I.H.S., ii. 192.. 
Incached, its meaning, viii. 235. Inconsidera- 
tive, its use, vii. 126. Inscriptions at Figueira 
da Foz, iv. 147. " In vadiis," vi. 517. Kes 
or kese, to kick, v. 198. Lady-bird folk-lore,, 
viii. 116. Latin - English - Basque dictionary, 
iv. 255; viii. 16. Latin lines, i. 373. Leicarragan 
verb, iii. 267 ; vii. 215 ; viii. 56. Leicarraga's 
books, German reprint, i. 284, 315. London, 
ancient, its topography, i. 517. M.A. and M.P. : 
Parliament, v. 89. ' Male-Travels," vi. 367. 
Marmor and the sea in Latin poets, v. 153.- 
Martyrdom of St. Thomas, ii. 32, 352. Mel- 
moth's correspondents, vi. 449. Mezzofanti. 
(Cardinal), vii. 57. Mininin, a shell, v. 497; 
vi. 15. Mistletoe in church, i. 66. More (Sir 
Thomas) sainted by a Bask, vi. 6, 172. Mozara- 
bic Mass in Spain, v. 250. Mulatto, its ety- 
mology, vii. 116. Mules, their crying, iv. 465. 
Names, early British, vii. 364. New Year's 
Eve in Baskish, iii. 86. Nothing, vi. 397. 
Omar Khayyam in Baskish, vii. 326. Paauw, 
vi. 28, 411. Palimpsest brass inscriptions, vii. 
78. Panel inscription, viii. 113. Pearl, its 
etymon, v. 409. Penn's ' Fruits of Solitude,' 
i. 190. Penny wares wanted, vii. 497. Pic- 
caninny, iv. 128. Pickeridge : Puckeridge, iv. 
495. Piece-broker, iv. 412. Pitt's finger- 
rings, vi. 389. Pius X., anagrams on, i. 146, 
253. Plum : Jack Homer, vi. 131. Portuga- 
lete : Fontarrabia, i. 443. Pot-gallery, its 
meaning, vii. 431. Pour, v. 329. Pride as a 
verb, iii. 186. Primrose = prime, of age, viii. 
129. Printing in the Channel Islands, i. 349, 
436. Pulle or maste, its meaning, viii. 206. 
Raymond and Pengelly (Lords), i. 288. 'Re- 
becca,' a novel : A. C. Holbrook, iii. 128, 435 ; 
v. 72 ; vii. 352. ' Reliquiae Wottonianse,' ii. 
371. Rime or rhyme, i. 35. ' Road of 
words," vii. 290. " Sal et saliva," ii. 55. San 
Sebastian, inscriptions at, iii. 361 ; v. 385. 
Santa F6, vi. 394. ' Scourge for the Assirian,' 
vii. 208. Scriptures in Gaelic, iii. 289. Send 
of the sea, i. 368. Seymour (Sir John), his 
epitaph, i. 232. Shakespeare's " Virtue of 
necessity," i. 8. Shakespeariana, ii. 523 ' r 
iv. 443 ; v. 263. Shakespeariana at Douai, vii^ 
516. Souletin 'Pastorales,' v. 387. Spaniards 
of Asia, ii. 86. Spiera (A.), his Advent sermons,, 
vii. 370. Sunspots in literature, vi. 308. 
Tideswell and Tideslow, i. 372. Tituladoes, 
ii. 16. Topinambou, v. 131. Totter-out, its 
meaning, viii. 5. Tragedize, its use, vii. 386. 
Tugs, Wykehamical notion, i. 269. Two- 
tooth : two-teeth, viii. 268. Vittle = victual, 
vii. 188. Vixens and drunkenness, iii. 389. 
Voltaire on the Basks, vi. 408. Webster's 
Basque Legends,' i. 493. " With full swinge," 
viii. 349. York 1517 and 1540, iii. 409. Young 
(Edward), " the painter of ill-luck," i. 126. 
Zoology, Evangelical, at Vitoria, iii. 486 

Dodgson (John), Mayor of York 1517, iii. 409, 
473 

Dodgson (William), Mayor of York 1540, iii. 409' 

Dodington (George Bubb) and his literary circle, 
xii. 461, 504 

Dodsley (Robert), his famous collection of poetry, 
vi. 361, 402 ; vii. 3, 82, 284, 404, 442 ; viii. 
124, 183, 384, 442 ; ix. 3, 184, 323 ; x. 103, 243, 
305, 403 ; xi. 62, 143, 323 ; xii. 63 ; his bio- 
graphy, xi. 169 ; his letters, 428 

Dodsley family, xii. 309 

Dodson (R. B.) on Col. John Hewson, xi. 208 



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85 



Doesburg (Dr. J. J.) on the Treaty of Utrecht, 

iii. 193 

Dog, Toby's, fine for preaching on, iv. 508, 535 
" Dog and Pot," shop sign, xii. 244, 298, 414, 

474 

Dog training, iv. 488, 537 
Dog who made a will, ii. 501 
Dog-bite cure, ii. 428, 538 
Dog-names, ii. 101, 150, 232, 469 ; Fairfax, c. 1750, 

ix. 209 ; from heathen deities, x. 109 
Doge of Venice, his likeness blotted out, i. 469, 

517 ; Gothic arches of his palace, xi. 128 
Doggestrete in ancient London, its locality, i. 295 
Dog's nose, a cordial, its ingredients, v. 187, 252, 

414, 516 

Dogs, in war, iv. 488, 537 ; v. 36, 195 ; at Con- 
stantinople, v. 170, 456, 496 ; St. Bernard, in 

England, xii. 388, 478 
Dogs, Isle of, in 1840, iii. 427 

Doherty, Winchester Commoner, 1840, iv. 107, 157 
Dolbeare family of Devon, its coat armour, viii. 389 
Dole cupboards at St. Andrew's, Holborn, vii. 16, 

137 

c Doleful Even-song," accident in 1623, viii. 69 
Dollars and American coin-names, viii. 63, 115 
Dollis Hill, Willesden, origin of the name, iii. 344 
Dolls, or movable posts on race-courses, x. 326, 

453 

Dolls, headless, in the Comoro Islands, v. 307 
Dolls in magic, ix. 168 ; x. 118, 195, 272 
Dolma Bagcha, Constantinople, its orthography, 

xii. 6 

Dolores, musical composer, her identity, i. 107, 177 
Domesday, translations of, iii. 167, 233 ; Sheriff's 

challenge in, iv. 290 

Dominoes, derivation of name of game, viii. 130 
Domre"my, freed from taxation " for ever," 

xii. 068, 456 

Don Saltero's Tavern, Chelsea, x. 67, 110, 252 
Doncaster, epitaph, " Howe, Howe, who is 

heare ? " i. 196 ; motto of the borough, 232 ; 

image of the Blessed Virgin at, vii. 9, 56 
Doncaster races and frost, iv. 246 
Doncaster weather-rime, v. 407 ; vi. 13 
Donegal, history of the county, x. 469 
Donkey who made a will, ii. 502 
Donkeys, measles, and whooping cough, x. 326,398 
Donne (Dr.) and Webster, iv. 41, 121,201, 302; 

v. 301, 382 ; vi. 22, 122 
Doomsday bell at Jerusalem, mediaeval story, ix. 

169, 312 . 

Door-knocker, Clement's Inn, xi. 69 
Door-plates, family, in London, vi. 225 
Door-shutting proverb, viii. 127, 418 
Dorando : Durand : Dante, xi. 186 
Dorchester (Henry Pierrepont, first Marquis of), 

ii. 149, 295, 350 

Dorchester, Birrell's engraving, xii. 89, 136 
Dorman (B. H.) on Dorman and Hobart families, 

ix. 9 

Dorman family, ix. 9, 54 
Dormer (J.) on African sloths, v. 313. Battle of 

Bedr, ii. 475. Battle of Spurs, ii. 426. Bears 

and boars in Britain, ii. 490. Bellon, vi. 446. 

Brewer's ' Dictionary of Phrase and Fable,' ii. 

362. Dahuria, i. 337. Detectives in fiction, 

iv. 417. Diadems, ii. 135. Dog-names, ii. 151. 
Echo's Lament of Narcissus,' vi. 453. English 

Channel, i. 448. Faded daguerreotypes, iv. 275. 

Frost and its forms, i. 116. George III.'s 

birthday, iv. 173. Gimerro, i. 156. Gold v. 

silver, iii. 175. Iberian inscriptions in Hibernia, 

i. 455. I.H.S., ii. 190. Irish bog butter, v. 353. 



Jacobin : Jacobite, i. 15. Jesus, the name, 
i. 490. Latin genitives in floricultural nomen- 
clature, v. 355. Latin plurals, fictitious, i. 54. 
Melancholy, i. 212. Milestones, i. 133. " Molub- 
dinous slowbelly," i. 13. Mungo, iv. 309. 
Natalese, i. 515 ; ii. 133. Pelican myth, ii. 310, 
430. Platea (Franciscus de), iii. 194. Pre- 
scriptions, i. 453 ; ii. 356. ' Purple patch," i. 
477. Besp., iv. 50. " Reversion " of trees, ii. 
153. St. Patrick at Orvieto, i. 131, 174. Slate 
clubs, iii. 188. Smallage, i. 330. Sobersides, 
vi. 450. Split infinitive, iii. 51, 150. Sun 
and its orbit, i. 476. Talented, ii. 93. T. D. : 
" smoking his T. D.," iii. 50. " Top spit," i. 36. 
Worm, i. 492 

Dormer (Col. Philip) and Addison, vii. 107, 192 
Dorn on Oscar Wilde, ix. 388 
Dornford (James William), Westminster scholar, 

i. 68 

Dorrell or Darrel (John), exorcist, c. 1599, v. 285 
Dorrill and the name Dorothy, vi. 387 
D'Orsay (Count), his death, xii. 486 
Dorset Gardens estate, xii. 146 
Dorset place-name : Byrne Instrinseca, iv. 89, 536 
Dorsetshire snake-lore, i. 168, 253, 333 
Dorveaux (Dr.) on N. Le Fevre, x. 227 
Dosne family and Thiers, v. 447 
Doten (Lizzie), her poem ' Is Life Worth Living ? ' 

x. 229, 295 
Dotty = mentally unsound, its derivation, vi. 

309, 356 

Douai, Shakespeariana at, vii. 421, 516 
Double X on tortoisehell male cats, ix. 270 
Douce (Francis), his quaint will, 1762, 1834, iii. 

223, 313 

Doudney (Dr. D. A.), his death, xii. 146 
Doughty (G. B.) on authorship of lines, i. 388 
Doughty . See Dowty. 
Douglas (Capt. Archibald), d. 1710, his biography, 

x. 181 
Douglas (Lady Jean), 1698-1753, her portrait, 

ii. 467 
Douglas (J. B.) on authors of quotations, v. 137 ; 

" Lesbian lead," vii. 209 

Douglas (M.) on Basil Montagu's MSS., iv. 156 
Douglas (B. B.) on Almansa, iv. 315. Corks, 
ii. 391. Horse-racing in France, v. 237. Hyde 
de Neuville, ii. 368. Hyde marriages, iv. 348. 
' Mise"rables,' its topography, iv. 374. Re- 
becca,' a novel, v. 117. Seine, river and saint, 
vii. 453. Soulac Abbey, i. 272. Tuileries 
garden in 1796, v. 493 
Douglas (Valentine), Bishop of Laon, 1581-98, 

xi. 90 

Douglas (W.) on George Almar, playwright and 
actor, vi. 171. Bagnigge House, xii. 278. 
Breda (C. F. de), viii. 416. Burial-places of 
notable Englishwomen, xii. 253. Caledonian 
coffee-house, iii. 277. Cowley (Richard), wit- 
nesses to his will, vi. 517. Dickens and Thacke- 
ray, iii. 196. London taverns, xii. 254. 
Luppinos of Hertford and Ware, v. 352. Musical 
genius, is it hereditary, viii. 33. ' Shoulder of 
mutton, a," &c., ii. 374. ' Tom Moody,' ii. 
295. Vining family, vii. 116 
Douglas Cause, new light on, iv. 85 ; viii. 3 ; 

xii. 518 

Douglas family of Dornock, Dumfriesshire, iv. 369 
Douse (T. Le Marchant), his ' Examination of an 
Old Manuscript,' i. 259, 313 

Douse (T. Le Marchant) on ' Examination of an 
Old Manuscript,' i. 313. Shakespeare's Sonnet 
xxvi., ii. 133 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Douthwaite (Denis W.), presentation to, at Dublin, 

i. 434 

Dove, its " golden couplets," ix. 188 
Dover, Archbishop of, temp. King Canute, x. 

170 218 

Dover (John and Thomas), 1662-1742, ix. 118, 232 
Dover (Thomas), M.B., 1660-1742, his ancestry, 

xi. 149, 196 

Dover Castle, Pharos at, vi. 289, 393 
Dover games, vii. 511 
Dover pier, its construction, iv. 387, 451, 491 ; 

v. 418 

Dover to Winchester road, v. 409, 451 
" Doves" Tavern, Hammersmith Bridge, bumble- 
puppy table at, vii. 456 ; viii. 72, 293 
Dovetailing in stage-coaches, c. 1840, vii. 505 
Dow (J. M.) on Paine's remains, xii. 44 
Dowb in Kipling's 'Barrack-Boom Ballads,' vii. 

509 ; viii. 54, 135, 218 
Dowbiggin in Lytton's ' Night and Morning,' xii. 

228 

Dowdall's ' Traditionary Anecdotes of Shake- 
speare,' i. 128 
Dowell (V. W.) on authors of quotations wanted, 

xi. 14 

Dowling, pronunciation of the name, xii. 335, 372 

Dowling (J. N.) on Campbell, x. 393. Cpwper : 

Dowling, xii. 335. Cremation in 1769, ix. 117. 

Docwra (Sir Henry), viii. 9 ; ix. 76, 415 

Downie (Capt.), B.N., killed at Plattsburg 1815, 

his representatives, vi. 388 
Downie (Commander George), killed 1814, his 

representatives, vi. 448 

Downie (J.) on ' British Controversialist,' xii. 109 
Downing family, i. 44, 113 

Downs (John), Westminster scholar, 1753, v. 288 
Dowries for ugly women, iv. 247, 292 
Dowry Square, Clifton, the place-name, x. 188, 334 
Dowsing-Jessop forgery, v. 421 
Dowty (Aiglen), c. 1875, his works, ix. 21, 152, 

208, 274 

Doyle (Sir A. Conan), his ' White Company,' ii. 68 
D'Oyly (Rev. Dr. G.) his descendants, i. 448 
Dozmare Pool and Tregeagle, legend, xii. 246 
Dragon, American military order, ii. 347, 412 
Dragon in heraldry, xi. 129 ; xii. 14 
Dragoons, 4th Light, uniform 1808-14, iv. 69, 
132 ; Union Light, 1780, x. 49 ; 15th Light, 
1804, 227 ; 7th Light, c. 1790-1810, xi. 310, 374 
Drainer (G.) on " Et tu, Brute ! " v. 214 
Drake (Eleanor, Lady) of Ashe, Devon, viii. 271, 

415 

Drake (Sir Francis), in Mexico in the twentieth 
century, i. 325 ; and Chigwell Row, iv. 230, 
332, 416 ; his diary 1577-9, its whereabouts, 
vii. 450 ; Owen's epigram on, xii. 207 
Drake (G. T.) on Desmond, vi. 130 
Drake (Henry Holman), inventor of the Arm- 
strong gun, i. 388, 436 ; ii. 34 ; his death, iii. 
140 ; and Sir Francis Drake, 165 
Drake (H. H.) on Armstrong gun, ii. 34. " Hanged, 
drawn, and quartered," ii. 97. Junius, ii. 285 
Drake (Joseph Rodman), American poet, xii. 

448, 496 

Drama, early, in Chester ii. 29 ; Francis Bacon on, 
129, 195, 331 ; Maldon records and the, vii. 181; 
viii. 43 
Dramatic clubs, amateur, in the sixties, iv. 388, 

431, 493 ; v. 72 
Dramatists, old English, conjectural emendations, 

ix.301 ; x. 171 

Drapar : " drapier " omitted from the ' N.E.D.,' 
iv. 286 



Draper (John), last Prior of Twynham, xii. 221, 

315, 453 

Draper (Squire) and his daughter, xii. 29 
Drawbridges still in use, xii. 148 
Drawers, secret, documents in, i. 427, 474 
Draw-gloves, obsolete English game, vii. 512 
Drawn, hanged, and quartered, form of the 
punishment, i. 209, 275, 356, 371, 410, 497 ; 
ii. 97 

Drawwater (Benjamin) and Capt. Cook, viii. 455 
Drayton (G.) on Drayton on Valentine's Day, 

xi. 170. Tasso's 'Aminta,' 170 
Drayton (M.) on Valentine's Day, xi. 170, 218, 257, 

358 

Dreary, etymology of the word, iii. 405 
Drelincourt (Peter), Dean of Armagh, xi. 208, 275 
Dresden china, tailor in, iv. 469, 536 ; vii. 292, 476 
Dress, Court, ii. 107, 131 
Dress, wearing new, at Easter, ix. 305 
Drinking bouts and rump of a goose, viii. 493 
Dnnking-time and drinkings on a farm, iv. 506 
Drinkings : drinking time, the terms, v. 52, 133 
Drive : whist drive, origin of the term, ix. 249 
Drive and ride, use of the words, viii. 290, 415 
Drogheda, Tradagh, old Irish word for, vii. 328,392 
Drontheim, Archbishops of, 1148-1408, ii. 67 
Drownd=F=deerhound, use of the word, iv. 306 
Drowse = devil, 16th-century word, viii. 673, 
Droysen (Prof.) on Frederic the Great's MSS., vii. 

47 
Drdz (Jacques) and his ' Spectacle Me"canique, 

vi. 388, 495 
Druce or Druice, lane-name, xi. 189, 274 
Drug, its definition in ' N.E.D.,' vii. 347 
Druidical circles, their many names, ii. 128, 235, 

396 

Drum -majors in the English Army, vii. 168, 293 
Drummond (Gavin), buried 1773, his biography, 

vi. 305 
Drummond (Thomas), at Dublin Castle, ix. 414, 

436 
Drummond -Wolff (Sir H.), graphology in his 

' Rambling Recollections,' ix. 210 
Drummond and Pike families, vi. 305 
Drumnafern on Tyrone history, v. 89 
Drunkenness, vixens and, iii. 389, 437 ; precept 

on, vi. 288, 372, 492 

Drury (C.) on dog-bite cure, ii. 428. Ebbin, a 

Christian name, viii. 397. Fleetwood brass, 

vi. 137. Painting on glass, ii. 284. Yates 

family, vi. 374 

Drury (G. Thorn) on Marvell's poems and satires, 

iii. 47. Shakespeare allusion, vi. 27 
Drury (Robert), mariner, c. 1702, his biography, 

xi. 162 

Drury (Sir William), his funeral executed, vii. 205 
Dry, applied to spirituous liquors, viii. 269, 371, 

435 

Dryden (J.), on Shakespeare, i. 222 ; his portraits, 
i. 368, 435 ; ii. 18 ; iii. 114 ; iv. 389 ; burial 
at St. Anne's, Soho, ii. 440 ? his sisters, iii. 288, 
377, 498 ; his descent, v. 82, 151 ; on the 
Tekelites, 87 ; readings in 'Alexander's Feast,' 
viii. 346, 457; his lines on Milton, ix. 250 ; 
lines on Sir P. Fairborne's monument, x. 328, 
352, 377 ; poems attributed to, xi. 169 ; his 
Tribe of Levi,' 1691, 229 ; on Milton's portrait, 
246 ; Lord Macaulay on, xii. 329, 375 
Dryden and Howard families, i. 87 
Dryden family of Canons Ashby, vi. 27 
Du Barri, correct spelling of the name, iii. 268 
Du Bartas, passage in his ' Second Week,' iv. 
348 ; and James I., x. 262 



TENTH SERIES. 



87 



Du Maurier (G.), rebus letter to Shirley Brooks, 

ix. 9, 52 ; his chemical work, 372 
Duault (Commandant) on " Vin gris," ix. 391 

Dublin, William III. crowned at, i. 446 ; Macklin's 
engagement at Smock Alley, 506 ; Gay's 
' Beggar's Opera ' in, iii. 364 ; iv. 91 ; tholsels 
in, iv. 387, 453, 516 ; associations of Tristan 
and Isolde with, vii. 50, 150 

Dublin (Archbishop of), 1349, viii. 210, 352 

Dublin Club in 1703 and Lewis Gordon, xii. 306 

Dublin MS., c. 1673-6, vii. 509 

Dublin printer, first, x. 106 

Dublin Record Office, searcher at, v. 108 

Dublin University miscellany, ' Kottabos,' viii. 46 

Dubpurdieu and England families, vi. 305 ; vii. 110 

Duciemoor, etymology of the place-name, iv. 328 ; 

v. 52 

Ducking chairs for scolds, xi. 330 

Dudley (G.) on Governor Thomas Dudley, iv. 150 

Dudley (Robert), son of the Earl of Leicester, the 
' noble Impe," vi. 109 

Dudley (Thomas), Governor of Massachusetts, iv. 
150 

Dudley, Earl of Leicester, portrait byArensof, iii. 
368 

Dudley family arms, iv. 230, 317 

Duel, last military in England, iv. 72 ; between 
Lord Camelford and Capt. Best, v. 162, 218, 437 
between Francis Jeffrey and Moore, vi. 224 
last with swords in England, xii. 227, 290 
378, 433, 478 

Duelling in England, its suppression, ii. 367, 435 
iii. 16, 475 ; iv. 333 ; v. 112, 394 ; xii. 40 
' British Code of Duel,' iii. 49, 94, 192 

Duelling in Germany, iv. 388, 455, 516 

Duels between women, xii. 8, 77 

Duff (E. Gordon) on Defoe's novels issued in 
parts, vii. 389. Fleet Street, No. 7, viii. 411 

Duff, early mission ship to South Seas, x. 503 ; 
xi. 112 

Dugdale (Sir W. ), his trustworthiness or un- 
trustworthiness, iv. 487 ; vi. 154 

Dugdale and Thorp MSS., x. 328 

Duh Ah Coo on chop-dollar, i, 346. Christ's 
Hospital, iv. 247. Daldy, ii. 249. English 
literature in the Far East, iii. 326. France and 
civilization, ii. 197. Howlers, Eastern and 
Western, vi. 486. Kabafutoed, iv. 246. Mayals, 
vi. 329. Philippina : Philopoena, iv. 254. 
Phonetics of the Far East, iv. 8. Pidgin 
or pigeon English, v. 454. Shroff : shroffage, 
ii. 247. ' Wrong side of the bed," iii. 409. 
Yuloh : Laodah : Circum-Baikal, iii. 305 

Duignan (W. H.) on Chavasse family, vi. 356. 
Eastry, Kent, xi. 87 

Duke (W.) on E. A. Lutyens, viii. 230 

* Dukery Records,' Nottinghamshire book, ii. 126 

Duke's Bagnio in Long Acre, iv. 24, 115, 217, 277, 
376 

Dulce on Order of Royal Oak, v. 449 

Duma, origin and etymology of the word, v. 426, 
472 ; vi. 12, 56 

Dumas (A.), parentage of Vicomte de Bragelonne, 
ii. 427, 496 ; pronunciation of his name, iv. 
189, 275 ; genealogy in, vii. 137 ; and Shake- 
speare, parallel passages, xi. 290 

Dummer family, iv. 230, 315 

Dump, use and meanings of the word, vii. 426, 
498 ; viii. 57 

Dumping, use of the word, v. 127, 175, 232 

Dun colour, its symbolism, iii. 11, 57, 155 

Dun Y, Scotch place-name, its pronunciation, xii. 
510 



Dunbar, Cromwell and 117th Psalm at battle of, 

x. 268, 436 
Dunbar (James), of Tarbat and Ballone Castle, 

ix. 349 

Dunbar (W.) and Henryson, x. 226, 277 
Duncan II., of Scotland, his queen, iii. 107, 195, 

256, 311 

Duncan (R.) on Flora Macdonald, vii. 357. 
'Mother of dead dogs," vi. 32. Scott illus 

trators, vii. 176 

Dundas (Sir Lawrence), Macaulay on, iv. 448, 516 
" Dunelmise Filius," his poetical tracts, iii. 368 
Dunghill proverb, ix. 227, 413 ; x. 13 
Dunheved on Blandina, v. 450. Bury family, v. 

437. England's inhabitants in 1697, ii. 169. 

Land-water, ix. 507. Military officer, our 

oldest, i. 389. Peek-bo, ii. 153. 'Pretty 

Maids' Money," v. 6. Revenue, its pronuncia- 
tion, v. 494. " Shall Trelawny die ? " vii. 23. 

" Taping shoos," vii. 498 

Dunhill (Snowden), East Riding thief, vi. 346 
Dunkarton (R. ), mezzotinter, ii. 482 
Dunkeld (James, first Lord of), his marriage, i. 328 
Dunkin (E. H. W.) on William Crowmer, x. 233 
Dunmow and other flitches, vi. 486 
Dunn (Col. A. R.), his crest and coat of arms, v. 468 
Dunn (J. P.) on Hoosier, ii. 147 
Dunnington- Jefferson (J. J.) on Yorkshire dialect, 

iv. 102 

Dunsink on Kipling obscurities, v. 389 
Dunstable, history published 1821-2, xi. 9 
Dunstable (John), musician, memorial tablet, ii. 

387 

Dunstan (M. J. R.) on Abp. Kemp, iv. 348 
Dunster (Samuel), 1675-1754, his marriage, xii. 428 
Dunton (John), his ' Pilgrim's Guide,' &c., vi. 170 
Durand (Col. C. J.) on American yarn, ii. 251; 

Campbell, x. 393. Guernsey Lily, x. 456. 

Napoleon's carriage, vii. 313. Scotch Garden of 

Eden, vii. 162. War bow, last, i. 497. West 

Indian military records, vii. 156 
Durand : Dorando : Dante, xi. 186 
Durant (Rev. John), of Canterbury, 1645-79, iv. 

247, 334 

Diirer (Albert), his name and place of origin, v. 25 
Durham (E.) on Chavasse family, vii. 150 
Durham (J. H.) on flying machine in 1751, xii. 170 
Durham, Residence dinners in* iii. 1, 343 ; Royal 

Oak Day, observance at, iv. 30 
Durham Cathedral, service on roof, viii. 8, 96, 

153 

Durham family pedigrees, ii. 268, 331, 351 
Durham graduates inquired after, v. 47, 167 ; 

biographical notices, ix. 288 
Durham House, Strand, its history, ii. 125, 232, 

293 

Duruy (Victor), his history of Rome, vi. 151, 376 
Durston (John), Fellow of Winchester College, 

1553, ii. 45 

Dutch boy and the dyke, xii. 50 
Dutch epiphany custom, v. 110, 157 
Dutch fishermen in British waters, i. 87 
Dutch words, incorrect translation into English, 

vii. 346 

Dutton (Thomas), Scotch evangelist, ii. 47 
Dutton and Seaman families, vii. 266 
Duxbury (J.) on penny wares, ii. 457 
Duynkerkers, inscribed on Delft jar, vii. c 
Dwarfs, King Edwin and his army of, x. 250 
Dwelly (E.) on Dwelly : Dewelles, ix. 287. 
Genealogical Circulating Library, xi. 5. Piper a 
Hole, ix. 356 
Dwelly or Dewelles family, ix. 287 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Dwight (B. H. W.) on Dwight surname, vi. 208 
D wight (T. F.) on epitaphiana, xi. 504. Shake- 
speare's epitaph, x. 417 
Dwight surname, in England, vi. 208, 376 
Dyce's ' Skelton,' Bothambar, Bootham Bar, vii. 

165 
Dyche (Thomas), his dictionary, vii. 307 ; and St. 

Giles's, Cripplegate, ix. 65 
Dyer (A. S.) on Bishop Buckeridge's birthplace, 

i. 287. Foscarinus, i. 127 
Dyer (B. L.) on "Most eloquent of ancient 

writers," iv. 287 
Dyer (Sir Edward), " My mind to me a kingdom 

is," i. 487 ; his poems, ii. 32 
Dyer (George), anecdotes concerning, iii. 282 ; 

Lamb and Primrose Hill, viii. 301 
Dyer (John), poet, date of his birth, iv. 530 ; 

his biography, v. 112 ; his marriage, xii. 428, 498 
Dyer (John), of Bristol, his ancestry, v. 508 
Dyer (John R.) on John Dyer, v. 508 
Dyer ( William ) = Rebecca Russell, v. 209 ; vi. 115 
Dyer family, v. 288 

Dyers' Company and right to keep swans, x. 449 
Dyers in Wandsworth, trade dispute, v. 126 
Dyes, Canadian natural, books on, x. 348, 495 
Dyke Reeve, survival of the office, ii. 247, 336 
Dynamos on laws of gravity and ancient Greeks, 

viii. 210 

Dynamometer, use of the word, xii. 87 
Dysey (E.) on Coliseums old and new, ii. 530 
Dyspeptic History of Stafford, why so called, viii. 

290 ; ix. 276 
Dyxon (Gayus), of Tonbridge, Kent, 1565, i. 449, 

518 



E, final, in Chaucer, iv. 429, 472 ; v. 36 
E. on authors of quotations wanted, xii. 469. 
Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, v. 9. ' Curse of 
Seaforth,' v. 168 

E.B. in the churchyard of Laleham, iv. 428 
E. (A. L.) on authors of quotations, viii. 508 
E. (B. A.) on bobbery, xi. 234 
E. (C.) on Charles I., vii. 169. Jeremiah White, 

vi. 329 
E. (C. T.) on Caldwell family, iii. 468. Canvass, 

ix. 249 

E. (D.) on Sir William Calvert, ii. 528. Honesty 
on a competence, iv. 308. Weir (Charles Hope), 
iii. 9 

E. (G.) on racial problem of Europe, viii. 394 
E. (H. D.) on arms on chalice, viii. 89. Wyburne 

family, i. 309 

E. (H. S. D.) on vicar and rector, viii. 288 

E. (J.) on Lord Bathurst and highwayman, iv. 349 

E. (J. C.) on Stiverton arms and family, xii. 369 

E. (J. M.) on quartering of arms, v. 168 

E. (J. W.) on Incledon : Cooke, iii. 464 

E. (K. P. D.) on American Civil War verses, iv. 

354. ; ' Angel ' of an inn, x. 56. Armorial 

bearings, vi. 375. Authors of quotations, viii. 

428 ; x. 108, 468. Avalon, ii. 309. Berwick : 

Steps of Grace, ii. 426. Dolls in magic, x. 118. 

Dozmare Pool and Tregeagle, xii. 246. Firing a 

beacon near Hemsworth, viii. 509. " Flash 

of lightning," a liquor, x. 210. ' God save the 

King ' parodied, ii. 88. Gimerro, i. 107. 

Hanged, drawn, and quartered, i. 275. High 

treason, x. 229. Image of the Blessed Virgin, 

vii. 9. John (King) poisoned by a toad, iv. 168. 

Lilburne (Col. Robert), viii. 207. Louis 

Philippe's landing in England, vi. 37. Mermaid 

baptized, ix. 371. Napoleon on imagination, 



i. 488. Nicholas, Bishop of Coventry and 
Lichfield, iii. 375. " Nose of wax," viii. 274. 
Nuns of Minsk, vi. 250. Obsolete English 
games, vii. 512. Paraphernalia, ii. 46. Pin- 
cushion sweet, vi. 114. Polar inhabitants, iii. 30. 
Prisoner suckled by his daughter, v. 31. Quo- 
tations wanted, v. 248. S, its long and short 
forms, viii. 205. St. Mary Magdalene's hair, 
viii. 210. Sands, ix. 358. Scott : epitaph in 
' Antiquary,' xii. 69. " Sham Abraham," vii. 
469. Ships renamed after the Restoration, 
xi. 10. Snakes in South Africa, vi. 115 
E. (L.) on Tristan and Isolde, vii. 50 
E. (N. R.) on bibliography of epitaphs, ii. 195 
E. (R. L.) on population of a country parish, iv.428 
E. (S. I.) on slavery in England, vii. 176 
Eagle, double-headed, in heraldry, its origin, ix. 

350 ; its signification, x. 153, 198, 337 
Eagle, Manor of, its Bailiff, ii. 46, 134 
Eagle and hawk, story of, xii. 249 
Eagles (John) and ' Penrose's Journal,' vii. 148, 

216, 277 

Bales, Westminster scholar, ii. 228, 353 
Baling hearth, its meaning, 1546, xi. 87, 176 
Earl's Court, great wheel at, vii. 406, 473, 515 
Earl's eldest son and supporters, vii. 332 
Earle(John), of St. Kitts, c. 1704, his biography, 

vi. 8 

Earls' sons, their courtesy titles, vi. 229, 295 
Earife, co. Kent, its locality, 1651, xi. 290, 358 
Earpick, its use in 1505, iii. 86 
Earrings, their history, iii. 249 
Earth, the, travellers on foot round, vi. 230 
Earthquake and seaquake, the terms, xi. 44, 98 
Earthquake in Calabria, iv. 247 
Earthquakes, in fiction, v. 388, 436, 492 ; in Wales, 

vi. 30, 74 ; and Mont Pelee, vii. 346 
Earthwork, ancient sheep fair on, viii. 250, 272, 

296 
Earthworks, Civil War, their remains, iv. 328, 394, 

453 

Easby (William) of Faceby, North Yorks, x. 470 
East, Far, English literature in, iii. 326 ; its 

phonetics, iv. 8 

East (Oliver), Westminster scholar, 1745, viii. 470 
East Anglia, and Virginia settlers, vii. 329, 412 ; 
viii. 174 ; wooden cups in, vii. 489 ; viii. 56, 331 
East Grinstead on cockade, ii. 407 
East Harding Street, London street-name, xi. 229 
East India Company in Bengal, xii. 38 
Eastbourne, rood-loft piscina at, viii. 506 
Eastbury mansion, its history, xii. 462 
Easter, and the hare, iv. 306 ; v. 292, 375 ; wearing 

new clothes at, ix. 305 
Easter bibliography, i. 265 ; v. 281 ; ix. 305, 

397 ; xi. 282 

Easter customs and Palm Sunday, iii. 304 
Easter Day, Kentish custom on, i. 324, 352, 391 ; 
ii. 15 ; by Julian reckoning, i. 324, 352, 390 ; 
in 1512, 388, 452 ; and the full moon, iii. 281 ; 
iv. 136, 195 ; by Julian and Gregorian styles, iv. 
166 

Easter eggs, iii. 303 ; v. 285 ; ix. 305 
Easter plays in Cumberland, vii. 30 
Easter sepulchre, iii. 304 ; ix. 305 
Easter sepulchres at various places, i. 265 
Easter Woods, place-name, iv. 149, 217, 335 
Easterbrook (D.) on Raleigh's head, i. 49 
' Easterling " and East Harling, Norfolk, i. 505 
Easton (W. M. G.) on Campbells in the Strand, iv. 
509. Forrester of Garden, iv. 149. Galbraith, 
vi. 110. Graham, ii. 149. Graham family 
Bible, iv. 207. Stewart of Lome effigy, v. 326. 



TENTH SERIES. 



89 



Stewart of Rotterdam, iv. 487. Touch or 
Touche, vi. 166 

Eastry, Kent, place-name, xi. 87, 171, 237 

Eastwood (J. W.) on 'Twas Bonaparte the 
Corsican," xii. 210 

Eatanswell election in the 18th century, viii. 487 

Eaton (Millington), Westminster scholer, 1732, 
viii. 450 

Ebbin, Christian name, viii. 329, 397 

Eberlin (V. C.) on Dago, ii. 351. ' Though lost 
to sight," &c., ii. 345 

" Ebn Osn," explanation of the pseudonym, 
viii. 248, 316 

Ebsworth (Rev. J. W.), his death, ix. 480, 501 ; 
his grave in Ashford cemetery, xii. 145 

Ebsworth (J. W.) on "A shoulder of mutton," 
&c., ii. 236. Cavalier songs, vi. 310. First- 
footing, A.D. 1907, vii. 5. Knight (Joseph) 
on the Laureateship, viii. 311. ' My Old Oak 
Table,' i. 16. " O dear, what can the matter 
be ? " vi. 57, 152. Scott (David), R.S.A., vii. 
186. Ebsworth family, ix. 209, 318 

Eburne (Richard), his ' Plaine Pathway,' viii. 
410, 452 

" Ecce Tiberim ! " meaning of the phrase, vi. 130, 
173 

Ecclestoii (David), coiner of Washington medal, 
vi. 167, 232, 295 

Echidna, derivation of the name, vi. 490 ; vii. 356 ; 
viii. 37 

Echinus, fossil, in Roman urn, Kent, ix. 270, 332, 
375 

Echternach, dancing in Whit week at, ix. 427, 474 

Economist, sixteenth -century, iii. 369, 472 

Economy and avarice, adage on, i. 38 

Ecorcheville (J.) on music t. Louis XIV., iv. 46 

Ecton (John), additions to biography in ' D.N.B.,' 
i. 327 ; his ' Liber Valorum et Decimarum,' iii. 
157 

-3d, use of the final, ii. 47, 93, 196 

Eddone on T. Beach : R. S. Hawker, ii. 408 

Eden (F. S.) on elephant first exhibited, xii. 257. 
Essex fatal to women, 136. Nimbus, xi. 
489. St. Michael le Quern, xi. 265. ' Te 
Igitur," xii. 115. Windows from church at 
Trier, xii. 109 

Eden (H. K. F.)on canopied pews, xi. 273. Morris 
Dancers' Plantation, ii. 287 

Eden, Scotch Garden of, vii. 162 

Edgar (A. and R.), Westminster scholars, ii. 248, 
352, 493 

Edgar (King), his blazon, i. 76 ; and the peg- 
cups, v. 46 

Edgar (Lieut. Thomas), his epitaph in Lydd 
Churchyard, iii. 23 

Edgcumbe (R.) on Boer war, i. 325. Campbell 
(Abbe") and Mrs. Fitzherbert, v. 307. Canada's 
last Imperial troops, v. 266. Cellini's ' Jupiter,' 
xii. 367. Centenarian, death of, ix. 466. 
Columbus and the egg, vi. 364. David's sketch 
of Marie Antoinette, xii. 409. Genealogy of the 
Bonapartes, ii. 525. " Hackbut bent," xi. 507. 
Bamilton Place, Hyde Park, ix. 10. " His 
Majesty's Opposition," iii. 486. History 
' made in Germany," i. 5. Leigh (Medora), ix. 
408. Leonardo da Vinci's ' Last Supper,' i. 25. 
' Livre (Le) ' and Casanova, xii. 389. Lis- 
more (Lord), vi. 429. Mezzofanti : Jeremiah 
Curtin, vii. 6. Nelson Trafalgar Memorandum, 
v. 244. Nelson's coat, iv. 445. Porta del 
Popolo, Rome, ix. 433. ' Proces des Bourbons,' 
ii. 369. Shakespeare's residence New Place, 
vii. 66. " Star and Garter," Pall Mall, x. 244. 



Thorwaldsen's bust of Byron, i. 205. Torpedoes 

anticipated, i. 286. Vinery at Hampton Court,. 

ii. 506. Wieland's ' Agathon,' viii. 368. Wine, 

old, in new bottles, vi. 366 
Edgeworth(R. L.) = Honora Sneyd, 1773, xi. 448 ; 

xii. 132 
Edinburgh : Gillespie's Hospital and Wryttes 

Houses, i. 217 ; May Day celebrations, ii. 75 ; 

monuments in Old jGreyf riars Churchyard, 534 ; 

Madame Violante, rope-dancer in, 1735-6, 

iii. 408, 472 ; Scottish Naval and Military 

Academy, iv. 212, 274 ; Hell-Fire Club, v. 

90 ; derivation of the name, x. 410, 473 ; 

xii. 17, 135 

Edinburgh buildings, closets in, ii. 89, 154, 234, 297 
Edinburgh Castle, Mary, Queen of Scots, in, viii. 

249, 333, 492 ; ix. 74 
Edinburgh garrison, Chaplain to, revival of office, 

i. 145 
' Edinburgh Review,' 1810, attack on Oxford, 

vii. 128, 175, 190 

Edinburgh Speculative Society, its history, vi. 447 
Edinburgh stage, Bland and Glover families, vii. 

89, 131, 191, 354 

Edinburgh University, its arms, ix. 465 
Editions of newspapers, iii. 287 ; viii. 117 
Editor, use of the word author for, vii. 226, 475 ; 

viii. 432 

Editor on Tenth Series, i. 1 
Editor of ' Bibliographical Register ' on novel 

wanted, v. 195 
Editor of ' Dod's Peerage ' on Princess Royal's 

daughters, v. 236 
Editor of ' Irish Book Lover ' on authors wanted, 

xii. 495. Swinburne on Irish Nationalists, 

xii. 412 

Editorial : 

' A flower which once," vi. 140 
' A hawk from a hernshaw," vi. 240 
;t A pagan suckled in a creed outworn," iv. 460 
" A poor thing, but mine own," v. 100 
'' A Sabbath well spent," vi. 20, 88 
" A sable cloud turns forth her silver lining," 

vii. 60 

" Aliudque cupido, Mens aliud suadet," iv. 480 
Ambidextral Association, vi. 40 
" And beauty, born of murmuring sound," 

ii. 460 

" Apres moi le deluge," vi. 40 
Army, child commissions in, ii. 420 
" As much virtue as could die," vii. 280 
' At the close of the day," iii. 360 
" Au banquet de la vie," vi. 340 
Auction by inch of candle, vi. 520 
Barbadoes, the verb, vii. 380 
Bayswater, ii. 540 
Beaconsfield's birthplace, iii. 380 
Beaver or bever, a meal, ii. 180 
Beggars on horseback, vi. 420 
" Behold this ruin t 'tis a skull," v. 40 
Belfries detached, iv. 480 
Bible " appointed to be read in churches," 

iv. 540 

Bidder (George), the Calculating Boy, vi. 140 
Billycock hat, vi. 40 

Bird (Bishop John), his biography, iv. 200 
Black cat folk-lore, v. 40 

" Blessings beyond hope or thought," vii. 40* 
Bogbutter, vi. 140 
' Bolt from the blue," iii. 120 
Boxing Day, iii. 20 
Bronte (Patrick) : Mr. Prunty, iv. 100 



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Editorial : 

Bruce's heart, iii. 60 

" Budge doctors of the Stoic fur," ii. 460 

" But for the grace of God, there goes," iii. 20 

Camoens, ' Lusiad ' in English, ii. 160 

Campaniles, v. 80 

" Carnage is God's daughter," vi. 260 

Caroline (Queen), her trial, key to portraits, 
v. 300 

" Case is Altered," vi. 460 

Cates = things provided by the catour 
(caterer), i. 180 

Catholic and Roman Catholic, vii. 180 

Children, numerous, at a birth, ii. 140 

Chin-a-chin-a-chop-sticks, v. 120 

Christ, date of birth, ii. 300 
. Christening a ship, iv. 260 ; v. 120 

Christmas box, iii. 20 

Christ's Cross, iii. 60 
; Cinderella's slipper, ii. 320 

Clifton (Jeremiah), iv. 360 

" Cogitavi dies antiques et annos seternos," 
iv. 360 

Coke pronounced Cook, vii. 380 

Coldharbour, vii. 200 

Commerce, card game, v. 40 

Corpse, rubbing with hand of, ii'. 340 

" County Guy," iii. 380 

Cromwell (Oliver), a brewer, iv. 80 

" Crying down credit," iv. 40 

Dagger money at Newcastle-on-Tyne, v. 280 

Dawe family, iii. 180 

* De Tribus Impostoribus,' v. 240 

" Decus et tutamen," v. 200 

Disraeli's ' Bunnymede Letters,' vi. 180 

D.O.M., iii. 400 

Dryden's burial, ii. 440 

*' Ego sum Bex Bomanus et supra," &c., iv. 

480 
English officials under foreign Governments, 

iii. 300 

Epitaphs, curious, books on, iv. 220 
" Facing the music," i. 100 
" Fat, fair, and forty," i. 460 
' Faublas,' vi. 200 
Flagellants, books on, ii. 420 
Fly, envious Time, iv. 460 
" For of all sad words of tongue or pen," vi. 

20 

" Four Alls " or " Five Alls," vii. 180 
" Foy Boat Hotel," iv. 40 
French biographical dictionaries, iv. 380 

' Gashed with honourable scars," iv. 540 
Xl Get in the shire what one loses in the 

hundred," v. 120 
Gilpin (John), iii. 120 

Googe's (Barnabe) ' Popish Kingdome,' iii. 420 
Goyle, a water-course, vi. 100 
" Great Jove has lost his Ganymede, I know," 

v. 500 

Green Ginger Lane, iii. 480 
41 Hail, beauteous stranger of the grove," v. 
240 

' He plucked off both his wings," iii. 480 

' He saw a certain minister," v. 220 
*' Her mother she sells laces fine," ii. 260 
' Hermit in London,' ii. 440 
"" Hoc habeo quodcumque dedi," ii. 460 
Hollantyde, ii. 420 
Hooligan in Bussian, vi. 360 
"" I counted two-and-seventy stenches," vi. 
140 



See 



Editorial : 

' I expect to pass through this world but 
once," v. 260, 393, 498 ; vi. 180 ; vii. 140 
have fought for queen and faith," v. 180 
I lay me down hoping to sleep," iv. 140 
[ live for those who love me," iv. 280 

' I 'm the loudest of voices in orchestra 
heard," iv. 420 

' In the straw," iii. 280 

' I shall pass through this world.' 
/ expect. 

' Jolly as a sandboy," iii. 260 
Keen = eager, v. 60 
Kelty (Mary Ann), vii. 300 
Kemble (Fanny), iii. 360 

' King of the Barbarines," vi. 320 
Kodak, inventor of the word, v. 400 
Kotow, its early use, v. 500 
" La vie est vaine," v. 220 
Land -waiter, its meaning, vii. 40 
Larrikin, its origin, vi. 360 
' Lass of Richmond Hill,' iii. 20 
Laystall, leastall,leyrestowe = a burial-place, 

i. 440 

Leases for 99 or 999 years, iii. 160 ; vi. 420 
'* Life's work well done," v. 460 
Lilith, Adam's first wife, vii. 340 
' Little Pedlington,' ii. 320 
Lucifer matches : tinder boxes, vi. 360 
-Ly, the suffix, vi. 300 
" Mad as a hatter," iii. 20 
" Man in the street," v. 100, 167 
Mangel wurzel, vi. 180 
Manuel's ' Count Lucanor and the Invisible 

Cloth,' iii. 240 

Marriages of cousins, v. 300 
' Marseillaise,' iii. 120 
Masons' marks, ii. 500 

Mildmay (Sir Humphrey), his ' Diary,' i. 220 
Music in England in Shakespeare's time, vii. 

360 

' N. & Q.,' reprints from, iii. 100 
Napoleon's horse Marengo, ii. 400 
Navew, use of the word, ii. 500 
Navvy, its derivation, ii. 20 
' Needy Knife-grinder,' iii, 380 
Netting -mokes, vii. 260 
" Not Amurath an Amurath succeeds," vi. 

500 

" O broad and smooth the Avon flows," i. 520 
" O God ! O Good beyond compare 1 " vi. 240 
" O ye who patiently explore," vii. 200 

' Oh for a blast of that dread horn," v. 100 
" Omnium consensu capax imperil," vi. 240 

' On the knees of the gods," vi. 160 
" Once in a blue moon," ii. 80 
Pain : again, rime, iii. 260 
Parish constables, v. 240 
Parson's nose, vii. 420 

Peacocks' feathers unlucky, i. 320 ; vii. 240 
Pepys, pronunciation of the name, ii. 500 
Petty France, vii. 120 
Pig hanging a man, iii. 100 
" Poeta nascitur, non fit," vi. 520 
' Poets that lasting marble seek," v. 60 
" Pop goes the weasel," vi. 340 
Portraits, engraved, index of, iv. 200 
Postage stamps, used, iii. 400 ; first per- 
forated, vii. 320 

Prunty : Patrick Bronte, iv. 100 
Quarter of corn, i. 340 
Queen's uniform, iii. 420 



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Editorial : 

' Raining cats and dogs," i. 60 
' Religion of all sensible men," iii. 80 
Rememberable, v. 20 
* Reminiscences of Thought and Feeling,' 

iii. 320 

Rime v. rhyme, i. 400 
Roper (Margaret), i. 260 
Royal arms in churches, ii. 500 
Running the gauntlope, vi. 160 
St. Walburga's oil, ii. 120 
Saterland, vi. 240 
Seeds, their germination, v. 340 
Sexdecim Valles, iii. 129 
Shakespeare (Edmond), brother of William, 

iii. 340 

" Ships that pass in the night," i. 60 ; vii. 200 
" Should he upbraid." vi. 480 
' Sicvolo, sic jubeo," ii. 380 
Sidesmen's duties, vii. 500 
' Skoal 1 to the Northland I Skoal I " i. 280 
, " Slander, meanest spawn of hell," v. 260 
' Sleep the sleep of the just," v. 20 
Snakes in Iceland or Ireland, vii. 80 
" So long," vii. 160 
" Sow an act," i. 300 
" Spick and span," v. 160 
Split infinitive, v. 280 
Stars and stripes, and Washington's arms, v. 

60 
" Straight is the line of duty, iv. 180 ; v. 160 ; 

vii. 140 

Stuarts, their heiress, ii. 400 
" Such lands as lie 'twixt Rake and Rye," 

v. 480 

Sun putting out fire, v. 300 
Tantarabobus, ii. 480 

; That very law which moulds a tear," v. 40 
' The breaking waves dashed high," iii. 80 
" The dead but sceptred sovereigns who still 

rule," v. 320 
" The drama's laws the drama's patrons give," 

vi. 480 
" The gardener asked, ' Who plucked this 

flower ? ' ' vi. 20 

; The hand that rocks the cradle," vii. 140 
: The more I know of men," iii. 120 
" The red moon is up," iv. 340 
"The tree of knowledge is not that of life," 

ii. 540 

; There but for the grace of God," vi. 80 
" They made her a grave too cold and damp," 

iv. 340 

; Tho' nature, red in tooth and claw," vii. 40 
: Those temples, pyramids," &c., iv. 260 
" Though the mills of God grind slowly," 

iii. 280 

' Thoughts that do often lie too deep," iv. 100 
" Tout comprendre c'est tout pardonner," 

vii. 400 

Tithe barns, iv. 300 
Tusculum degrees, iv. 540 
' Twelve O's, vi. 260 
' Ulalume,' by Poe, vii. 40 
' Un sot trouve toujours," vi. 400 
"Unanswered yet? the prayer your lips," 

&c., iv. 220 

"Up, Guards, and at them ! " iv. 240 
Voice an opinion, v. 260 
Washington's arms and the American flag, iii. 

420 
Wattman, ii. 220 



Editorial : 

" We eat what we can," iv. 260 
' When danger 's rife," iv. 440 
" When late I attempted your pity to move," 

vii. 460 

1 Who plucked this flower ? " i. 200 
" Who shall decide when doctors disagree,' 7 

vii. 220 

Women and crests, i. 400 
Wooden pipes for water, ii. 180 
" Write me as one who loves his fellow-men," 

iii. 480 

" Yankee Doodle went to town," ii. 480 
Year-date, double, vii. 60 
Edleston (R. H.) on Newton and King's College, 

Cambridge, xii. 294 >-* i^ 

Edmeston (Andrew), Westminster scholar, ii. 268 
Edmond and Edward, mediaeval use of names, 

iii. 49, 153 

Edmonds family, v. 89 
Edmonton, discovery of burial-place at, ix. 267 

Edmonds ( ) and Royal Geographical Society's 

charter, ii. 307 

Edmunds (A. J.) on Cheshire cat in America, 

i. 365. Gibbon's ' Decline and Fall,' iv. 405. 

Patmore (Coventry) and Swedenborg, xi. 346. 

United States of America, iii. 326 

Edmunds (Flavel), his ' Traces of History in the 

Names of Places,' ii. 186 

Edmunds (T.), c. 1823, his biography, vi. 428 
Edouard or Edouart (M.), silhouettist, 1825, ix. 

191 ; xi. 371, 477 

Edward the Black Prince, portrait of, xii. 308 
Edward the Confessor, his chair, ii. 508 : laws of, 

xi. 269 
Edward I., his look, ii. 169, 257 ; pedigree of 

his daughter Eleanor, vii. 229 
Edward II., his death, xi. 227 
Edward III., value of money in his time, x. 320 
Edward IV. in the National Portrait Gallery, 
v. 426 ; his wooing at Grafton, vii. 27 ; his 
standard-bearer at Barnet, xii. 147 
Edward VI., and Bidding Prayer, viii. 295 
Edward VII., his surname, iii. 114, 174, 351, 412 ; 
photograph in frock dress, 327 ; and the motor- 
car, iv. 7 ; advice to Queen of Spain, vi. 445 
Edward, Duke of York, and Miss Flood, xii. 8 
Edward and Edmond, mediaeval use of names, 

iii. 49, 153 

Edward in Slavonic, viii. 68, 115 
Edwards (E. H.) on prints and engravings, i. 268 
Edwards (F.) on William Ferrar, vi. 386. Stocken- 

strom at the Cape, vi. 347 

Edwards (F. A.) on Africa first crossed : I/. Vivaldi, 
x. 229. Anonymous works, x. 158. Artah- 
shashte, xi. 216. Beauchamp of Somerset- 
shire, viii. 307. Bishops and Abbots, x. 377. 
Blandina, v. 450. Bonville (Lord) of Chewton, 
vi. 143. Bookseller, x. 369. Bridal Stones, 
x. 516. Coffin (W. H.) in Abyssinia, xii. 108. 
Corbet = Valletort, x. 253. Dew-ponds, xii. 17. 
Egypt as a place-name, xi. 93. English officials 
under foreign Governments, iii. 214. Gordon 
(Capt. R. J. ) and African Association, xii. 
29. Hampshire booksellers and printers, v. 
481. Holt Castle and Beauchamp family, 
xi. 490 ; xii. 92. Isles family, viii. 112. Japan, 
antiquity of, iii. 149. Maps, x. 155. Musical 
services on church towers, viii. 96. ' My 
Cousin's Tale of a Cock and a Bull,' iii. 268. 
Ovoca or Avoca, x. 397. Pinto (Mendez), xi. 77. 
Plowden (W. C.) in Abyssinia, xii. 69. Printed 



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catalogues of libraries, iv. 454. Prior (George), 
watchmaker, xi. 28. Russian names, iii. 317. 
Ships' periodicals, xi. 454. ' Sketches of the 
Caffre Tribes,' xii. 469. Spanish money in 
Nubia, xi. 109. Spanish priests in Abyssinia, 
xii. 189. Tasso's ' Aminta,' xi. 235. ' The ' 
as part of title, iii. 193. Travels in China, iii. 
154 
Edwards (Sir James), Lord Mayor of London, his 

birthplace, vi. 230 
Edwards (James) of Halifax, book-artist, ix. 510 ; 

x. 54, 94, 315, 416 

Edwards (J. T.) on regimental marches, x. 313 
Edwards (M.) on John Zephaniah Holwell, ix. 

370 
Edwards (Samuel Bradford), Westminster School, 

ii. 309, 377 

Edwards-Radclyffe (D.) on ramie, ii. 94 
Edwin (King), his dwarfs described by Goethe, 

x. 250 
Edwinstowe, Notts Manor Court, ii. 226, 353, 

437, 536 

Eel folk-lore, ii. 149, 231, 331 
Eel-pie shops, their disappearance, xii. 26, 93, 153, 

198, 232, 317 
Effigies, cross-legged, v. 130, 175, 257, 314 ; 

of heroic size in churches, viii. 250, 433 
Effigy discovered at Culross Abbey, v. 326 
Egerton-Warburton (R. E.), epigram by, i. 169, 296 
Egg : Easter-egg customs, v. 292, 375 
Egg good in parts, xi. 70, 134, 356 
Eggeling (J.) on Masburensis, xi. 228 
Egg-laying celebration, vi. 486 
Eggler, meaning of the word, ii. 447 
Eggs, used in building, ii. 455 ; divination on Mid- 
summer Day by, iv. 27 ; and collectors, 327, 

372, 453 ; in Spanish churches, vi. 206 
Eggs, blue, at May Day, i. 126, 173 
Eggs, Easter, as ecclesiastical payment, iii. 303 ; 

v. 285 ; ix. 305 

Egham register, marriage entry, c. 1694, in, ix. 65 
Eglantine on Bishop Sampson of Lichfield, xi. 16 
Eglia in Lincolnshire, its identification, viii. 490 ; 

ix. 12 

Egoteles, meaning of the word, v. 488 ; vi. 14 
Egremont (George O'Brien, third Earl of), his 

marriage, i. 148, 192, 233 

Egypt as a place-name, x. 447 ; xi. 93, 174, 467 
Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, its history, iii. 163, 236, 

297, 334, 411, 451 ; iv. 37, 65 
" Eie sores " in 1614, its meaning, viii. 109, 197 
Einsle (S.), Austrian mezzotinter, c. 1789, ii. 521 
Eighteenth century, unconscientious literary work 

on, x. 361 ; capital punishment in, 289, 392 
Eighteenth century queries, early, viii. 369, 436 ; 

ix. 35, 155 

" El Chico Terencio," pseudonym, viii. 8 
Elagabalus, history of Rome under, vi. 151, 376 
Eland on habitual criminals, v. 148 
Elba, conspiracy to help Napoleon from, i. 328 ; 

David Erskine buried at, iii. 407 
Elder-bush folk-lore, viii. 131, 211, 314, 475 
Elderton, Winchester Commoner, iii. 309 
Eleanor, daughter of Edward I., her pedigree, 

vii. 229 

Eleanor of Castile, her tomb, vii. 8, 57, 257 
Election dinner in the eighteenth century, viii. 487 
Election jingle, v. 67 
Election of Chancellor of Oxford, voting papers, 

vii. 326 

Election of Sir J. Graham, 1820, viii. 46 
Election Sunday at Westminster School, preachers 

on, vi. 149, 213; viii. 207, 337 



Elections, party colours at, v. 65, 194, 271, 396 

Elections, Parliamentary, and bishops, x. 390 

Electric railways, earliest, iv. 406 

Electric telegraph antcipated, ii. 66, 135, 234 

Electricity, prophecy of 1795 falsified, ix. 466 ; 
in agriculture, x. 207 

Electron, new sense of the word, ii. 225 

Electrophone report of Lord Rosebery's speech, 
xii. 246 

Elene, picture in Parma Gallery, i. 507 

Elephant, used by Warren Wastings, i. 349 ; 
first exhibited, xi. 467 ; xii. 197, 257, 317, 418 

Elephant and game, picture of man with, x. 109 

Elephants, their age, i. 398 

Elevators, passenger, early, ix. 67 

Eleventh Commandment defined, viii. 268, 418, 
478 ; x. 358, 437 

Elgie (J. H.) on Copernicus and the planet 
Mercury, i. 509. Verne (Jules) : star and 
crescent moon, iii. 489 

Elgin marbles, Canova on, v. 52 

Elim Chapel, Fetter Lane, its history, viii. 305, 502 

Eliot (George), and blank verse, i. 14 ; and Charles 
Dickens, vi. 449 ; vii. 13 

Elizabeth (Queen), and New Hall, Essex, i. 15 ; 
her visits to Winchester, iv. 344 ; her portrait 
at Holyrood, 508 ; Abraham Darcie's history, 
viii. 89; London poor in her reign, ix. 47; 
Shakespeare's unnoted compliment to, ix. 125, 
178 ; x. 418 ; her household and Privy Council, 
x. 147, 276 ; commemoration day, x. 381, 
431, 477 ; xi. 13 ; and Old Trinity House, 
Worcester, xi. 67 ; thanksgiving ballad, 147 ; 
supposed letter to the Bishop of Ely, xii. 249, 
295 ; observance of her accession day, 404 

Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, her history, xii. 
189, 292, 395, 512 

Elizabethan library, its contents, xi. 407 

Ell (H. G.) on Sergeant V. H. Blake, x. 287. Ell 
family, vii. 163 ; viii. 67. Waldock family, ix. 
508 

Ell family, vii. 163 ; viii. 67 

Ellacombe (Canon H. N.) on Amintas legend, viii. 
150. Atlas and Pleione : daisy, iv. 497. 
Epitaph on Sir John Seymour, i. 87. Fig trees 
in London, xii. 477. Horace in Latin and 
English verse, viii. 388. Index of place-names, 
ix. 114. Laurel crowns at Olympia, iii. 87. 
' Much Ado about Nothing,' Act II. sc. i., vi. 
325. ' Notes and Queries ' commemoration, 
xii. 433. ' Oliver Twist,' v. 127. Rules of 
Christian life, ii. 129. Thicknesse (Philip), xi. 
258. ' Tracts for the Times,' ii. 398 

Ellen surname, x. 410 

Elliot (Sir Gilbert), date of his death, ii. 48 

Elliot (Jean), preaching in her ' Flowers of the 
Forest,' ix. 485 

Elliot (Dr. John), executed in Edinburgh, 1694, 
ix. 10 

Elliott (Mrs. Grace Dalrymple), her sobriquet, 
v. 244 

Elliott (Capt. Richard) and the Ponsonby family, 
v. 269 

Ellis (A. S.) on Alphonso : Haakon, vi. 25 ; x. 277. 
Askwith or Asquith, ix. 461. Beauchamp of 
Somersetshire, viii. 472. Blake (Ben].): Norman: 
Oldmixon, iii. 98. Cecil family, v. 94. Ernisius, 
x. 471 ; xi. 155. Gower, a Kentish name, xi. 
476. Hautville family, vi. 493. Horatio, iv. 
365. Johnson's ancestors and connexions, 
viii. 463. L'Espec (Sir Walter), iii. 30. St. 
George, vii. 455. Waldef's descendants, ii. 
332 



TENTH SERIES. 



93 



Ellis (Havelock) on Richard Graves the Younger, 
xii. 408 

Ellis (H. D.) on chase, viii. 366. Motto: "In 
God is all," ix. 438. Pewter, old, ix. 157. 
' Punt " in football, xi. 315 

Ellis (R.) on Wordsworth's primrose, vii. 28. 

Ellis family, x. 364 

Ellison (Henry), his sonnets, x. 8, 95, 137, 197 ; 
date of death, xi. 170, 277 

Ellison family of Boston, Mass., i. 268 

Elm, large, noted by Wesley, i. 349 ; great hollow, 
at Hampstead, iii. 187, 257 ; vii. 234 

Elmfield House, Teddington, pictures of Sibyls 
at, vii. 88, 136, 194 

Els on American genealogies, xi. 49. Brass as a. 
surname, ix. 358. College H^raldique de 
France, viii. 438 

Elsdon village, lines by George Chatt on, v. 45 

El-Serujah, celebrated pillar, its locality, x. 469 ; 
xi. 58 

Elshie on Scott's ' Black Dwarf,' vii. 168 

Elssler (Fanny), Carlyle on, xii. 349 

Elworthy (Frederic Thomas), his death, viii. 
500 

Elworthy (F. T.) on Bennett family of Lincoln, 
ii. 98. High Peak words, ii. 472. Horseshoes 
for luck, iii. 90. Northern and Southern pro- 
nunciation, ii. 538. Palindrome, iv. 175. 
Richard of Scotland, iii. 14. "Sal et saliva," 
i. 514. Whitsunday, ii. 297 

Ely (John, Lord Bishop of), MSS. of, xi. 371 

Ely (Bishop of), Queen Elizabeth's supposed 
letter to, xii. 249, 295 

Ely House or Albemarle House, Dover Street, 
vii. 268, 312 

Emancipation Proclamation, Lincoln's, 1863, 
vii. 41 

Emanuel (King) of Portugal and Julian II., iv. 10, 
154 

Embassy buildings, finest, iii. 347 

Embleton family of Northallerton, viii. 109 

Emblin or Emlyn (Henry) and St. George's 
Chapel, Windsor, xi. 448 ; xii. 37 

Embo baronetcy mysteries, vii. 246, 315, 372 

Embroiderer, John Parr, temp. 1600, xii. 109 

Embroidery pictures and Sir T. Lawrence, ix. 
150, 193, 494 

Embsay, canons of, and Silsden mill, x. 208 

Emeritus on authors of quotations wanted, x. 68 ; 
xi. 148. Buccado, x. 87. Budgee, a kind of 
ape, x. 89. Chop-dollar, i. 456. Crows and 
rain, x. 136. Fossel, term applied to diamonds, 
xi. 186. Gamester's superstition, viii. 391. 
Garlick : onions for purifying water, xi. 28. 
' Gas and gaiters," vi. 348. Hickry Pikry : 
Country Captain, vi. 330. Indian life in fiction, 
ii. 445. Indian sport, i. 349. Irish bog butter, 
v. 308. Isinglass used in windows, xi. 28. 
Meriah, v. 190. Mussuk, iii. 13. Obb wig, ii. 
50. Photographs and lantern slides, iii. 85. 
Pompelmous, iii. 191. St. Francis's moon, 
x. 189. Scrap Hager Alkali, xi. 169. Seven- 
teenth-century quotations, x. 127. Start = 
ass, x. 328. Storks and Commonwealths, x. 
368. Tarentine, a herb, x. 108. Thames : 
; The Flats," and King's Channel, xi. 269. 
Turkish weights, measures, and coins, x. 488. 
Vaghnatch or tiger-claw weapon, i. 408. 
Vendium, v. 197. Zad (Adam), ii. 133 

Emernensi Agro, place-name, ii. 389, 518 

Emerson and Lowell, inedited verses, ii. 423. 

Emery de Rechethiward, his correct name, xii. 
227 



Emigrants, American, sources of information 
as to, vi. 86, 136, 226 ; links with England, x. 
326, 396 

Emigr6 on French Emigre's, viii. 189 

Emigres, French, English Government fund for, 
v. 327. 

Emigre's, French, in London, viii. 189 

Emmet (Robert), Sarah Curran, and Major Sirr, 
iii. 303, 413, 470 ; iv. 52, 111, 310, 534 

Emmet family and Madame de Fontenay, their 
correspondence, i. 52, 111 

Emptage, Margate boatman, and Napoleon, vi. 
287, 376 

Encyclopaedia, best German, viii. 389, 457 

' Encyclopaedic Dictionary,' cr dilla in the, i. 307 

Endecott (John), Governor, of Massachusetts, his 
descendants, vi. 508 

Enderby (Sir William), created K.B. 1843, iv. 9 

-eng, surnames ending in, x. 428, 497 

Engine house, octagonal, on Hampstead Heath, 
its demolition, vii. 424, 513 

Engineers, portraits of, vii. 347, 514 

Engineers, Royal, of Ireland, 1251-1801, x. 328 

England (E. B.) on Dubourdieu and England 
families, vii. 110 

England, derivation of the word, ii. 327, 407, 471 ; 
iii. 16 ; its pronunciation, iii. 322, 393, 453, 492 

England, evil-eye superstition in, ii. 156 ; its 
inhabitants in 1697, 169 ; Napoleon Bonaparte 
on its precedence, 226 ; suppression of duelling 
in, ii. 367, 435 ; iii. 16, 475; iv. 333 ; v. 112, 
394 ; no noblesse in, iv. 69, 157 ; first book 
auctions in, v. 43 ; number of surnames in, 
370 ; Victor Hugo's property in, vii. 33 ; 
Latin pronunciation in, 108, 170, 294 ; 
slavery in, 1764, 149, 176 ; earliest instance of 
beheading, 487 ; taxes in, during the Tudor 
period, viii. 283, 430 ; ix. 153 ; Casanova in, 
viii. 443, 491 ; ix. 116 ; Christmas trees in, ix. 
4 ; Bonaparte's plans for invasion of, x. 4, 64, 
162 ; wooden walls of, 126 ; Olympic Games 
in, 147 ; its division under William I., 354 ; 
Jews in, xii. 185 

England, Old, earliest useof the term,i. 189, 255, 316 

England and the American colonies : pig and 
kill-pig, i. 105 

England and English, how pronounced, iv. 73, 
156, 256 

" England and France can conquer the world," 
ii. 13 

England and Spain, old saying, v. 430 

England and Dubourdieu families, vii. 110 

England in London, popular error in Spain, xii. 65 

' Englands Parnassus,' 1600, mistakes in, ix. 
341, 401; x. 4, 84, 182, 262, 362, 444; xi. 4, 
123, 204, 283, 383, 443, 502 

Englefield (William de), c. 1241, x. 29 

English (R.) on " Lost in a convent's solitary 
gloom," i. 98. ' Modern Universal British 
Traveller,' v. 97 

English, Algonquin element in, ii. 422 ; iii. 34, 
77 ; vowel-shortening in, x. 43, 111, 132, 
175 ; liquid n in, xi. 105, 170, 251, 335 

English, saying about the, ii. 388 

English, Californian, its peculiarities, vi. 381 ; 
vii. 36, 136, 154, 197 

English, foreign, examples of, i. 224 

English, pigeon, at home, i. 506 ; ii. 77 ; the 
appellation, v. 46, 90, 116 

English accentuation, i. 72 

' English and French News Journal,' 1723, x. 287 

English army in Ireland, 1630-40, iv. 489 

English canonized saints, iii. 25 ; vii. 497 



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English cardinals' hats, their destiny, ii. 28, 96 
English Catholic on Queen Victoria of Spain, vii. 76 
English Channel: "La Manche"=the sleeve, 

i. 448 ; ii. 34, 134 

English commentators on Scotch words, iii. 272 
English crown jewel sold in Holland, iii. 429, 494 
English culture, history of, v. 148, 198, 232 
' English Dialect Dictionary,' nonsense verses, 

ii. 182 ; its completion, iv. 381 
" English dogs shall only wear their master's 

collars," i. 328 

English extraordinary, ii. 226 
English Government fund for French Emigre's, 

v. 327 

English graves in Italy, ii. 307, 352 
' English Historical Review,' October, 1888, xii. 

228,277 
English-Latin-Basque dictionary, iv. 143, 255, 

333 ; yi. 51 ; early, viii. 16 
English literary almanacs, viii. 347 
English literature, prisoners of war in, ii. 407 ; 

in the Far East, iii. 326 

* English Minstrelsy,' edited by Scott, ix. 170, 256 
English Opera-House, two performances in one 

evening, viii. 228 

English pennies dated 1670-1859, v. 309 
English players in Germany, 1592, viii. 305, 412, 

518 

English plays in one act, viii. 290 
English poetry compared with Greek, ix. 310, 494 
English Press and the Treaty of Peace, 1815, iv. 

167 

English pulpits, viii. 469 
English records, references to Americans in, v. 

163, 432, 476, 497 

English regiments in Ireland, 1820-30, viii. 30 
English Royal House and Harold II., iv. 188, 276 
English rule in France, traces of, i. 164, 253 
English-Servian dictionary, vi. 28 
English spelling, its history, v. 148, 198, 232 ; 

its reform, vi. 95 ; vii. 51 
English verse, Horace in, ix. 13 
English words, the most used, ix. 30 
Englishman, last canonized, ii. 352, 432 
Englishman in India, the first, ix. 208, 254 
Englishman's needs supplied from abroad, xii. 329 
Englishmen, holding positions under foreign 

Governments, iii. 87, 129, 213, '415; "pale 

ale " as nickname for, v. 447 
Englishwomen, notable, burial-places of, xii. 207, 

253, 298 
Engravings, book on, i. 268, 377 ; " publisht 

according to Act of Parliament," 309, 336, 369 ; 

wanted, v. 230; after J. Hoppner, R.A., viii. 

469 
Enigma on Jokai's ' Black Diamonds,' vi. 290. 

Musical composers as pianists, vi. 490. Musical 

genius, vii. 170. Peninsulas, xi. 490 
Enigmas : Totum sume, fluit, iv. 350, 391 ; What 

though some boast through ages dark, iv. 530 ; 

v. 32, 97. See Riddles. 
Enniskilling, Inniskilling, spelling of the name, 

vii. 269 

Ennui, use of the word, 1732, xii. 226 
Enquirer on American place - names, iii. 183. 

Badges of the City guilds, vii. 347. Brown 

(R. H.), i. 126. Charters to City guilds, vii. 

347. ' Heart o.f my heart," iii. 29 
Ensign, white. See Flag, National. 
Ensor (Anne), buried 1598, her biography, vi. 190, 

253 
Ensor family and Shakespeare, xi. 210, 334 ; 

xii. 253 



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" Entente Cordiale," use of the term, viii. 168 ; 

ix. -194, 338, 418, 472 ; x. 37, 178, 287 ; xii, 

216 

Entwisle-Millikin families, iii. 6 
Envelopes, their introduction, i. 57, 133, 175 
Envoy, British, at Warsaw, 1774, x. 327, 398 
Fjpergne, use of the word, i. 93 
Ephis and his lion, the story, ii. 448 ; iv. 351 
' Epicure's Almanack,' 1815, described, v. 4, 116, 

153 
Epicurus in art, xii. 347, 433 

Epigrams : 

" An Emp'ror of Rome, who was famous 

for whims," viii. 123 
" Arcanas hiemes, & caeca papauera ponti," 

vi. 16 

" Bells, bugs, and Christianity," vi. 38 
"-Cain, in disgrace with Heav'n, retir'd ta 

Nod," xii. 135 

Civut hodocasti," viii. 188 

Dicendi ars magna est, major, mihi crede r 

Tacendi," ix. 135 

Era quarto, e poi fu terzo," vii. 506 

For a subject thou ' nothing ' hast given 

to me," vi. 293 
Greek, vii. 297 

" Hamandan is my native place," x. 349 
Handel and Bononcini, ii. 7 ; viii. 487, 518 ; 

xi. 426 
" He first was fourth and then was third," 

vii. 506 
" Hinc venti dociles resono se carcere 

solvunt," x. 126 
" I am the Dean, and this is Mrs. Liddell,' r 

ii. 353 

' I come first, myname is Jowett," ii. 275, 353 
" If this white rose offend thy sight," iii. 

309, 354, 370, 433 ; iv. 18 
" Inveni portum, spes et fortuna valete," 

ix. 324 
" It has all the contortions of the Sybil," viii, 

426 

Jowett, i. 386 ; ii. 275, 353 
" L'autre jour, au fond d'un vallon," vii. 246 y 

297 
" Most gracious Queen, we thee implore," ix. 

449, 495 

My name is Benjamin Jowett," i. 386 

Nash represents man in the mass," i. 32, 9$ 

Nee omnibus, nee nemini," ix. 134 

Non orbisgentem," xi. 416 
Nothing, vi. 145, 234, 293 
' Nux, asinus, campana, piger," x. 152 
" O Charidas, what is there down below," 

vii. 228, 274, 412 
" Oh ! Petrus, Pedro, Peter, which you will," 

xii. 411 
" On nothing, Fanny, shall I write ? " vi, 

145, 234, 293 
" Perspicuus vitro vulvis qui dividit horas," 

xii. 471 

Petre, xii. 349, 410 
" Players, I love ye and your quality," xii, 

389 

Pompadour (Madame de), i. 18 
' Rex, Dux, Sol, Lex, Lux, Fons," &c., ix. 135- 
Reynolds (Sir Joshua) : " Laudat Romanus 

Raphaelem, Grsecus Apellem," i. 146 
" Should a man through all space to far 

galaxies travel," i. 386 

" Sir Drake, whom well the world's end 
knew," xii. 207 



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Epigrams : 

" Some say, compar'd to Bononcini," ii. 7 ; 

viii. 487, 518 ; xi. 426 
" The king, observing with judicious eye," 

viii. 324 ; x. 367 

' Thomas Smithus, Eques Auratus," vi. 237 
" Thou hast said that they say that I said," 

xii. 405 

' To make the boy a scholar," xii. 291 
" Tot tibi sunt dotes, Virgo, quot sidera 

cselo," ix. 134 
' When daring Blood first plann'd to steal 

the crown," iii. 188 

" Whene'er a hatchment we discern," vi. 472 
Whewell, i. 386 

Epimenides, St. Paul's quotation from, i. 405 
Epiphany : Befana, Roman folk-lore, xi. 6, 72 
Epiphany custom, Dutch, v. 110, 157 
Episcopal records, London, iv. 469 
Episcopal ring found at Sibbertoft, ii. 188 
Episcopal scarf or tippet, xii. 135 
Epitaph at Wye, Kent, vi. 187 
Epitaph by Shakespeare, i. 126 
Epitaphs, bibliography of, i. 44, 173, 217, 252, 
iv 334 ; ii. 57, 194, 533 ; iii. 114, 195, 371, 437 

^Epitaphs : 

" A neighbour good, a prudent wife," ii. 322 
Adderbury Church, Oxfordshire, i. 233 
Admiral Christ, vi. 425, 517 ; vii. 38, 475 ; 

viii. 33 

Advertising, x. 503 : xi. 112 
" Affliction sore," vii. 137 
' All her days she labour'd hard," xi. 505 
" Amplissimus Vir," iii. 267 
"Anna Maria Matilda Sophia Johnson," &c., 

ii. 322, 475 
" Arabella Jennerena Raquetenna Amabel 

Grunter," ii. 322 

" As much virtue as could die," vii. 280 
" Aspirate meis Elegis pia turma Sororum," 

xi. 463 

Baskish, at Placentia, v. 513 
" Behold a rare monument of Friendship," 

xii. 506 
" Blest was the prophet in his heavenly 

shade," vii. 267 
' Bone Deus," vii. 29 

' Born in America, in Europe bred," xi. Ill 
Bowes, epitaph at, and Mallet's ' Edwin and 

Emma,' v. 370, 431 
Brooke (Jeremiah), ii. 323 
Burne-Jones, viii. 288 
" By these Inscriptions be it understood," ii. 

323 
*' Calm was her Death, well order 'd was her 

Life," iv. 526 
halkhill (John), iii. 230 
Clarke (John), ii. 44 
Collis (John and Peter), ii. 215 
Courteenhall Church, vi. 346, 396, 415 
Cubbon (Robert), ii. 44 
' Death, why doest tho[u] grin so," xii. 69 
" Death creeps Abought on hard," vii. 423, 

516 
" Death spyed these new sprung flowers," ii. 

322 
' Dignus qui primam circum sua tempora 

mitram," xi. 52 

' D.O.M. post vitam brevem," xii. 507 
Edgar (Lieut. Thomas), iii. 23 
Elginbrod (Martin), x. 273 



Epitaphs : 

" Ere my work's done my thread is cut," viii. 

487 

' Evasi : effugi," i. 445 
" Everywhere heard will be the Judgment 

call," xii. 110, 177 

' Fay tout ce que tu vouldras," ii. 186 
Fewston, near Otley, Yorkshire, i. 233 
" First Rea,d then weepe when thou art hereby 

taught," ix. 296 ; xi. 393 
Foote (Samuel), xi. 17, 56 
" From lives thus spent thy earthly duties 

learn," v. 245 
' From rageing storms at sea." See Admiral 

Christ. 

George IV., by Landor, viii. 407 
Glutton, epitaph on a, ii. 134 
Googe (Barnabe), his ' Popish Kingdome,' iii. 

400 

Gould (Samuel), v. 492 
" Great Jove has lost his Ganymede, I know," 

v. 500 

Greek, i. 444 ; vii. 387, 436 
' He larned singing far and near," iii. 253 
" Hee liv'd while age agreed to beare him," 

v. 508 

' Henry Abbot dead," vii. 113 
" Her funeral Text Rev Chap y e 11 Verse y" 

x," viii. 325 

' Here lie I, Martin Elginbrodde," x. 273 
" Here in their | tender infancy | a brother 

and a sister lye," xi. 504 
" Here lies an only darling Boy," ii. 322, 396, 

531 

' Here lies Darytie stone," viii. 325 
' Here lies poor Corydon," i. 173 
" Here' lies retired from busy scenes," i. 368 
" Here lies the body of Joseph Gordon," ii. 

50, 134 
" Here lies the Earl of Suffolk's fool," xii. 

507 
" Here lies Tom King, old Dad of Fame," ix; 

27 
" Here lieth Humphrey Gosling of London," 

viii. 256 
" Here lieth the body of Samuel Tyler," vii. 

423, 516 
" Here lieth ye Body of Cosman Ertz Berger," 

vi. 187 
" Here lieth ye body of Robert Bideel," vii. 

423,516 
" Here lyeth Interred the body of lohn 

Benbow Esq.," vii. 116 
' Here lyeth John o' ye Girnell," xii. 69 
" Here sleepe thirteen together in one 

Tombe," i. 285 

*' Here underlies too sad a truth," v. 385 
Hessel (Phoebe), ii. 74 

' His duty done, beneath this stone," iii. 186 
" His sledge and hammer lie reclined," xii. 

507 

" Ho 1 ho ! who lies here ? " i. 196 
" Hush, ye fond flutterer, hush," iii. 195 
Imaginary, xii. 409 
' Inveni portum," ii. 13 

' I've plodded thro' life's weary way," xi. 504 
" I've ploughed my land and sown it too," 

xi. 504 
Joy (Richard), " Herculean Hero ! Fam'd for 

Strength," iii. 24 

Kettelby (Maria Statira E. F. J.), ii. 322, 475 
Kingston-on-Thames, x. 502 



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Epitaphs : 

Ls Keux (J.) in St. Margaret's, Westminster, 

ii. 413 

" Life is unsartain," viii. 227 
Lucerne, Hofkirche, English in, vi. 195 
Luther (Richard and Anthonie), ii. 323 
Margaret of Richmond, xi. 463 
Mayo's (Lord), errors in, vi. 226 
Mead (William), Quaker, x. 151 
" Mors hominem," x. 210, 276 
" My friend most dear ! forbear your tear," 

iv. 526 
" My name, my country, what are they to 

thee " xi. 504 

" Nee Metuas Dies, nee. Times," xii. 507 
Nichols (Thomas), iii. 24 
" Now thus,' x. 502 
" O Mors, quam dura," xi. 6 
'" O sudden death, I in a moment fell," xi. 112 
' Of earth Gods wisdome made me," viii. 325 
" Oh ye of Scotia's sons," iii. 24 
" Optimus & Dominus mihi Maxim," i. 345 
Owen MSS., x. 210 
Oxenham (John, Mary, and James), ii. 368, 

411, 509 

" Pain was my portion," ii. 106, 152 
" Poor John Scott lies buried here," i. 69 
Postscript, x. 503 
Pucci (Francesco), ix. 324 
" Quse linquam, aut nihil, aut nihili, vii. 387, 

436 
" Reader, pass on, nor idly waste your time," 

viii. 227 

Rees (Daniel Philip), xii. 507 
" Remember we as you pass by ! " iii. 24 
Richards (James), ii. 27 
San Sebastian, Spain, epitaphs at, iii. 361 
Seymour (Sir John), in Bilton Church, i. 87 
Shakespeare's x. 346, 396, 417 
Skipp (Mr. Thomas), iii. 8 
" Spartam nactus es, hanc exorna," ix. 268 
" State super antiquas vias," i. 5 
" Stay, passenger, and contemplate," vii. 76 
Stolz (David), iii. 24 
" Stop, gentle Stranger, and with plaintive 

Byes," iv. 526 
" Stop I Reader, and reflect with awe," iv. 

526 
" Stop, trembling Eld I stay, generous 

youth," viii. 227 
Swedenborg (E.), ix. 468 

" That 'neath the green Estrella trees," ix. 134 
" The earth goeth on the earthe," viii. 385 
Theodore, King of Corsica, xi. 504 
Thicknesse (Philip), vi. 346 
" This does Erasmus Williams represent," 

x. 208, 258, 330 
" Tho' Boreas with his Blustring blasts," vi. 

425, 517 ; vii. 38, 475 ; viii. 33 
" Thomas Price he took a nap," viii. 227 
" Thorpe's corpse," ii. 134 
" Those Infants that are Buried here," viii. 

325 

" Thou wert a sweet winning child," ii. 323 
" Three poets in three distant ages born," x. 

491 
" Through poison strong he was cut off," xii. 

35 

" 'Tis gone with its thorns and its roses,' vii. 5 
" Tu qui transieris, videas, sta, perlege, 

plora," iii. 23 
" Twelve years I was a maid," ii. 322 



Epitaphs : 

' Underneath this sod or stone," ix. 502 

' Unfort'nate youth who wrought in brick: 

and lime," xi. 505 

' Upon the Road I met pale Death," iv. 526 
Walton (Anne), in Worcester Cathedral, x. 68 
Warrington, x. 502 

Wellington (Duke of), letter, xi. 347, 472 
' What stronger circle can Art-magick find,"' 

iii. 8 
" What things I leave are nought," vii. 387 r 

436 

' What we gave we have," viii. 520 
' What we say of a thing that has just come 

in fashion," vii. 27 
" Who lies here ? Who do you think ? " viii.. 

275 

" Whoso thow art, wyth lovinge harte," iii. 23 
Worksop, x. 503 
Yale (Elihu), x. 502 

Epsilon, explanation of the name, iii. 228, 277 
Epworth Parsonage, ghost at, xii. 129, 197, 338 r 

433 
Eques auratus, English equivalent of the term, vii.- 

109 

Equitas on rates in aid, iii. 469 ; iv. 173 
Erasmus, and Charles Reade, iv. 249, 313, 335 ;. 
story of his ape, viii. 107 ; his epitaph on 
Margaret of Richmond, xi. 463 
" Erasmus Rogers ' in Acton's ' Lectures on 

Modern History,' vii. 487 
Erbury (W.), his ' Scourge for the Assirian,' vi_ 

208, 373 
Bridge Castle, details of its restoration, vi. 308, 

371 

Bridge Green, cannon on, c. 1768, x. 226 
Erin on Langtry estate. in Ireland, vii. 128 
Erie family of Compton, viii. 448 
Ermine : " Tymbers of ermine," explanation of 

the term, i. 449, 492 
Ermine and miniver, their difference, vi. 266, 313 r 

370 
Ernisius, a proper name, x. 388, 471 ; xi. 33, 155 r 

375 

Erra Pater, literary allusions to, viii. 409, 518 
Errington (Mrs.) and Capt. Buckley, xii. 368, 435 
Errors, typographical. See Misprints. 
Erskine (Charles, Cardinal), 1739-1811, ix. 87 ? 

portraits of, x. 377, 518 
Erskine (David), buried at Elba, iii. 407 
Erskine (David Montagu) at Winchester, not West' 

minster, ii. 406, 535 

-es and -is in Scottish proper names, x. 486 ; xi. 37 
Esare, derivation of the word, xii. 264 
Esdaile (William), art collector, his biography, rw 

481 

-ese, use of the suffix, i. 446, 516 ; ii. 77, 133 
Eshin' : bel tin' = caning, v. 466, 518 ; vi. 214 
Eslyngton, variant of Islington, vii. 29, 93 
Esmeralda, derivation of the name, iv. 352 
Espec. See L'Espec. 

Esquire in Scotland, use of the title, ii. 109 
Essay, its history, iii. 148, 294 
' Essay on Woman,' its bibliography, ix. 442 r 

492 

Essex (Earl of), his Irish campaign, xi. 69, 154 
Essex (Isabel [Plantagenet], Countess of), her 

descendants, vi. 407, 508 ; vii. 147 
Essex, hops in, in 1738, vi. 227 ; fatal to women,. 

xii. 90, 136 

Essex Martyrs' Memorial, unveiling, xi. 65 
" Essex Serpent," inn sign, x. 310, 376 



TENTH SERIES. 



97 



" Essex Serpent " and other Westminster taverns, 

xii. 322 

Essex woman, tall, Mrs. Gordon, ii. 128 
Essoin Bolls in Public Record Office and American 

Emigrants, vi. 226 

Estates, intestate, and Lords of Manors, ix. 489 
Estates held by peculiar tenures, viii. 389 ; ix. 197 
Estevens (David), painter, c. 1751, ix. 409 
Estrege, meaning of the name, i. 469 
Esturmy or Sturmy family, vii. 209, 312 ; viii. 

16, 73 
Etchings, German, dated 1838-43, ix. 468 ; steel, 

by John Leech, x. 247 
Etherington (W. H.) on Etherington family, vi. 

329 

Etherington family vi. 329 
Etiquette, municipal, ii. 408 
Eton, monks of St. Ebbald at, viii. 47, 111 
Eton College, Barnard (E.), head master, 1754-65, 

xii. 26 

Eton College arms and Winchester College, v. 285 
Eton College lists, ii. 107, 152 ; iii. 87 ; iv. 187, 

314, 356 ; xi. 290, 350 
Eton House, Kent, and the David family, viii. 

290 
Eton swishing, illustration of, v. 489 ; references 

to, vi. 35, 133 
Etough (Bev. Henry), letter from Baron Walpole 

of Wolferton, v. 134, 173 ; Bector of Therfleld, 

Herts, xii. 430 

Ettarre, the Christian name, iv. 107, 156 
Etty (William), B.A., his brothers and their issue, 

v. 88, 137 

Etymological notes, iv. 164 
Etymologies, poprdar, of old homilists, viii. 7 ; 

fanciful, 365 

Euchre, etymology of the word, i. 13, 77, 116 
Eugene, Prince, statue in London, x. 448 
Euripides, date of his birth, i. 447, 476; and 

Dickens, vii. 406 ; Greek and Latin references 

to ' Electra,' viii. 47 ; and the nightingale's 

song, 354 ; and Gascoigne, x. 125 
Europe, racial problem, viii. 145, 218, 233, 274, 

394, 474 
* European Magazine' and Joseph Moser, 1808, v. 

117 
European politicians, Abraham Lincoln and, vii. 

165, 275, 318, 433 

Evangelical zoology at Vitoria, iii. 486 
Evans (Bev. David), D.D., his biographers, ii. 408 
Evans (Sir De Lacy), his Waterloo MSS., vi. 188, 

316 

Evans (Edward) and William Upcott, iv. 328, 397 
Evans (P. C.) on St. David : " Taffy-on-a -stick," 

xi. 327 
Evans (G. E.) on Kirkstead Chapel, Lines, viii. 35. 

Thirkell or Threlkeld family, vii. 251 ; viii. 74 
Evans (H. A.) on Jacobite wineglasses, i. 204. 

Jonson's Works, v. 7. Oxford Examination 

Papers, vi. 428. Shakespeare, early MS. men- 
tion of, i. 310 
Evans (Dr. John), and last will of a Presbytery, 

vii. 244 
Evans (John) on Hamlet as a Christian name, viii. 

156. Manor Court Bolls : Wyndrynge, vi. 

472. Obsolete English games, vii. 512 
Evatt (Surgeon-General G.) on General Bussell 

Manners, xi. 149. Pym and Jephson families, 

xi. 128 
Evelyn (John), and Dr. George Bogers, vii. 503 ; 

plan for rebuilding London, viii. 166, 193 
Evelyn family, ii. 348 
Evelyn family and Wotton, x. 268 



Everglade, place-name, its derivation, x. 105, 158, 

458 

Everitt (A. T.) on Thomas Bettesworth, v. 396. 
Giffords of King Somborne, ix. 116. " Idle 
Dick Norton,' vii. 330. Nailsea Court, Somer- 
set, vi. 336. Norman Court, Hampshire, ix. 
71. " Old Bell '" Inn, Holborn Hill, iii. 432. 
Pounde (Thomas), S. J., iv. 268, 472 ; v. 96. 
Premonstratensian abbeys, iv. 231. Shelley 
(William), iv. 55, 114. White family of South- 
wick, vi. 43, 64, 82 
Everitt (Graham), his ' English Caricaturists,' ix. 

367 

' Everyman ' and Bernard Dechepare, vi. 446 
Evesham, Abbots of, list of, xii. 28, 78, 154, 278 
Evil-eye superstitions, i. 148, 231, 508, 514; ii. 

156 ; iii. 214, 314 ; ix. 145, 216 
Evils, field-name, xi. 468 ; xii. 117 
Evolution of the male, vii. 309 
Ewart (A.) on Ewart family, iii. 428 
Ewart family, iii. 428 
Ewe, black, in the ' Iliad,' v. 328, 373 
Ewer and basin from Fotheringay bell, ix. 468 
Ewing (Alexander), Bp. of Argyll and the Isles, ix. 

232 

Ewing (J. G.) on Army List of the Boyne, xii. 308. 
Ireland : Hearth Money Boll , xii. 308. Slavery 
in the United States, vii. 41 
Examination, competitive, Macaulay on, viii. 169, 

237 
Examination papers, Oxford, previous to 1831, vi. 

428 
Examinations, post-mortem, earliest instances, v. 

29 
Excavations on the site of Christ's Hospital, vii. 

366 
Ex-Chairman on School for the Indigent Blind vii. 

427 

Exchequer, Auditors of, c. 1682, ix. 386 
Exchequer Court of, office of Hereditary Usher, v. 89- 
Exclamation, note of, its origin, ii. 301 
Excommunication of Louis XIV., i. 69 
Execution, military, at Malta in 1861, iii. 304, 375 
Executioner's block, its use, xii. 26 
Executioners, public, viii. 244, 335, 353, 376 
Executions, children at, ii. 346, 454 ; iii. 33, 93, 
495 ; x. 254, 298 ; ropes used at, v. 266, 315, 
375, 418, 457, 498 ; vi. 54 ; throat-cutting at, 
x. 128, 315, 236 
Exemplar on " Good news to those whose light is 

low," ii. 528 

Exeter, subterranean passages at, x. 37 
Exeter Cathedral custom, c. 1820, xii. 170 
Exeter Hall, its history and closing, viii. 127, 215 > 

336, 371 

Exhibition, Great, verses on, v. 64, 113, 239 
Exiles, English, in France and Holland, v. 148 ; 

in Holland, 1683-5, vi. 261, 351 
Exodus, Sabbath changed at, viii. 490 ; ix. 14 
Extra-illustrating, early examples of, vi. 24 
Eybury Manor, its history, x. 321, 461 ; xi. 22, 

174, 231 

Eye mask worn by railway guards, x. 487 
Eyebright, origin of the name, x. 401, 457, 514 ; 

xi. 75, 133, 194, 310, 414 

Eyelashes of the road = roadside wastes, vi. 69 
Eyes, artificial, manufactured, 1734, x. 352 
Eynsford Castle, Kent, its history, ix. 449, 514 
Eyre, Chief Justice in, political office, vi. 470 
Eyre (John) of Coventry, c. 1775, x. 329 
Eyres (Major-General George Bolton), his bio- 
graphy, i. 489 ; ii. 38 

Eztakit on authors of quotations wanted, vn. 30 

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GENEKAL INDEX. 



F. on authors of quotations, viii. 134. Bew (J.)> 
bookseller, xi. 416. ' Die and be Damned,' 
i. 328. Ellen as a surname, x. 410. Heraldic 
queries, ix. 290. Pindar family, i. 134 

F. (A.) on Ophelia, iii. 249 

F. (A. L.) on auction catalogue of 1832, ix. 329. 
Chantry at Northiam, ix. 8. Cromwell's head, 
xi. 453. Fecamp Abbey : Brede Manor, xi. 308. 
Laton family of Yorks, xi. 208. Northiam 
Church, x. 488 

F. (C. L.) on " Mother of dead dogs," v. 509 

F. (C. S.) on Rear-Admiral Keeler, xi. 349 

V. (D. E.) on Fettiplace, i. 396 

F. (E. H. L.) on Seddon family, v. 470 

F. (F. E.) on T. T. Runkel Salingen, v. 307 

F. (F. J.) on " An Indian beauty," ii. 343. Brown- 
ing's " Thunder-free," i. 504. English players in 
Germany, viii. 305. Lord's Prayer, c. 1430, vi. 
67. St. Alban's Grammar School, plays at, ii. 
126 

F. (G. B.) on Progressive, iii. 67. ' Ulm and 
Trafalgar,' iv. 407 

F. (G. M.) on Welsh and Tudor heraldry, viii. 330 ; 
xi. 387 

F. (G. S.) on Bullim : its locality, vi. 68 

F. (H.) on garage, v. 188 

F. (H. B.) on authors of quotations, viii. 269. 
Vitremyt viii. 229 

F. (H. C.) on Gunnings of Castle Coote, v. 374 

F. (H. J.) on Sir John I'Anson, Bart., ii. 485. "May 
I throughout this day of thine," xi. 197 

F. (H. M.) on authors of quotations wanted, vii. 
309. " Black Horse " Inn, vii. 369 

F. (H. T.) on A.O.R., v. 69. Wigan bell foundry, 
v. 257 

F. (J. C.) on paste, ii. 19 

F. (J. J.) on Jirgah, ix. 472. Peacock (T. L.) : 
George Meredith, xii. 88. Pightle: pikle, vl. 37. 
' What the Devil said to Noah," xii. 93 

F. (J. T.) on Ancaster, x. 512. Antiquary v. 
antiquarian, ii. 474. " As such," iii. 49. 
" Ashes to ashes," i. 429. Bell-comb for ring- 
worm, vii. 336. Bidding Prayer, iii. 233. 
Bosting : Kevel, xii. 75. Canon v. prebendary, 
vi. 291, 352. Caul, i. 26. Ceremony at Ripon, 
iv. 357. Chine, stuffed, x. 78. Chrisom, 
baptismal robe, viii. 457. Cirencester Town 
Hall, ix. 338. Cockshut time, i. 196. Cross 
in the Greek Church, ii. 531. Cursals, Hi. 12. 
Dark room in photography, xii. 7. Detached 
belfries, iv. 455. Diabread, i. 173. Dinkums, 
iii. 217. Dole cupboards, vii. 16. Fast = 
short of, ix. 432. Forwhy, vii. 185, 375, 
419. Fusil, ix. 173. " Going the round " : 
' Roundhouse," i. 76. Hazel or Hessle pears, 
ii. 349. I.H.S., ii. 231. Irun, Spain, vi. 
13. Jesus, the name, i. 490. Jowett and 
Whewell, ii. 353. Kissing gates, ii. 395. 
' ~Le" before trades, xii. 237. Leap year, ix. 
254. Liggers, c. 1474, ix. 36. Lincolnshire 
jest, vii. 447. Lincolnshire jingle, i. 266. 
Lincolnshire riddle, i. 204. Liphook folk- 
lore, viii. 486. Lonning, iv. 70. Martyrdom 
of St. Thomas, ii. 31. Marylebone, xi. 416. 
Matches in Congreve, vii. 397. Mechanical road 
carriages, xii. 31, 96. Mediaeval churchyards : 
gravestones, ix. 56. Mediaeval games of chil- 
dren, viii. 456. Missal, iv. 34. Mitred abbots 
and priors, xi. 16. Molusio, a ghost-word, ix. 
126. Moon folk-lore, i. 125. Motto : " In 
God is all," viii. 353 ; ix. 393. Musical services 



on church towers, viii. 96. Nelson's uniform, 
iv. 370. Nursery rime, x. 38. Nutting, iv. 
358. ' O dear, what can the matter be ? " vi. 
92. ' Passionate Pilgrim ' : " Lapp'd in lead," 
xii. 437. ' Paules fete," ii. 138 ; iv. 493. Pig : 
swine: hog, iv. 449. Pimp=small, vi. 365. 
Pincushion sweet, vi. 174. " Place," " place- 
making," in bell-ringing, v. 267. Pre-Reforma- 
tion parsonages, ix. 237. " Prior to," i. 175. 
' Raised Hamlet on them," xi. 138. Residence 
dinners at Durham, iii. 1, 343. Rhombus, its 
derivation, xi. 518 ; xii. 58. Ritual question, 
vi. 512. ' Ritualist's Progress,' vi. 217. St. 
Bernard dogs in England, xii. 478. St. Edith, 
vi. 91. St. Mary's Abbey, York, ix. 388 ; x. 
17. St. Ninian's Church, ii. 117. St. Peter 
Steintheked, vi. 375. St. Sepulchre, iii. 172, 
295. ' Sal et saliva," i. 431. Saltfleetby, xi. 
45. Saturday in Spanish, v. 435. Shingle 
berries, iv. 429. Songs, Early Victorian, xi. 
237. Sulphur matches : match-maker's song, 
vii. 348. Sundial inside a church, v. 271. 
Thistolow, vii. 73. " Top spit," i. 36. ' Twelfth 
Night,' Act II. sc. iv., vi. 325. Vamphorn, 
v. 154. ' Verdant Green,' vi. 306. Victorian 
coin, x. 16. Village mazes, ix. 475. " Vin 
gris," ix. 452. Wainscot, x. 377. "Walking" 
cloth, v. 293. Wave, the tenth, x. 512. Wind- 
mills in Sussex, vii. 413. Wonders of the 
World, xi. 87. Worm, i. 492 

F. (K. E.) on authors of quotations wanted, vii. 
508 

F. (L. R.) on Eliza Scudder's poems, i. 207 

F. (M. B.) on Dr. James Barry, iii. 228 

F. (M. E.) on glowworm or firefly, i. 193.* Jack 
and Jill, iv. 93. " Recommended to mercv," i. 
338 

F. (R. C.) on mayor's seal for confirmation, ii. 19. 
Potter's Bar : Seven Kings, xi. 376 

F. '(R. W.) on authors of quotations wanted, x. 
368. Barry (Dr. James), iii. 313 

F. (S.) on Sudlow family, viii. 476 

F. (S. J. A.) on amateur dramatic clubs, iv. 431, 
493 ; v. 72. Dickens and Thackeray, iii. 275. 
French poems, i. 409. ' Goody Two Shoes,' ii. 
167. Italian songs, v. 429. Japanese and 
Chinese lyrics, v. 429. Lamb in place-names, 
iii. 294. Lines on a mug, iii. 498. Police uni- 
forms : omnibuses, iii. 432. ' Pop goes the 
weasel," iii. 492. Raleigh's ' Historic of the 
World,' iii. 275. Sailors' chanties, iii. 49. St. 
Genius, v. 449. Smith in Latin, v. 73. Spanish 
verse, iv. 229. ' Tom Moody,' ii. 295. Wilde 
(Oscar) bibliography, v. 12, 133. ' William 
Tell,' ii. 327 

F. (T.) on can v. cannot, xii. 369. Carlyle on the 
Griffin, xi. 456. Carlyle's ' French Revolution,' 
viii. 428. Edwin's (King), dwarfs, x. 250. 
Erasmus's ape, viii. 107. " Mother of dead 
dogs," xii. 406 

F. (W. G. D.) on Isabella Basset, 1346, ii. 69. 
Colleton family, ix. 69. Emernensi Agro, ii. 
389. Meignell (Sir Hugo), ii. 49. Nine Maidens, 
ii. 128 

F. (W. K.) on Lord George Gordon and Cagliostro, 
vi. 348 

F. (W. M. E.) on snake committing suicide, 
xii. 277 

F. (W. M. J.) on quotations wanted, vi. 173 

Faber-Browne (F.) on Marriage Service, iii. 74. 
Mass solitary, iii. 95 

Fabian Society, origin of the name, ix. 108 

Fabius Pictor *= Anthony Rich, c. 1844, xii. 165 



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99 



' Face of Clay,' novel by H. A. Vachell, its title, 
viii. 508 

" Facing the music," i. 100 

Factory workers, American magazine conducted 
by, vii. 469 

Faddy (Peter), d. 1804, his biography, xi. 447 

Fage (Major-General Edward), his parentage, x. 
350 

Fags = cigarettes, use of the term, ix. 507; x. 
234 

Fair, Mansfield Gooseberry-Tart, vii. 329, 476 

Fair Maid of Kent, her descendants, i. 289, 374 ; 
ii. 59, 118, 175, 236, 297 

Fairbank (Sir Thomas) and Hull docks, ii. 95 

Fairchild family, viii. 329, 436 

Fairclough family of Weston, Herts, x. 349 

Fair-copy, earliest use of the word, x. 7 

Fairfax (Ferdinando), B.A. 1697, date of his death, 
viii. 450 

Fairfax (Lord) and the battle of Naseby, xi. 344, 
433, 514 

Fairfax as a dog's name, ix. 209 

Fairfield records, Connecticut, and Roger Ludlow, 
v. 288 

Fairholme on " All roads lead to Rome," i. 48 

Fairley (J. A.) on John Law of Lauriston, vii. 
149 

Fairmile, place-name, its derivation, vi. 168, 218 

Fairs, beer sold without licence during, ii. 9, 71 ; 
viii. 232, 294 ; illustrations of West-Country, 
i. 48, 93 

Fairway (Anne) = John Blackman, c. 1740, x. 70 
' Fairy stone " in Wensley Dale, vi. 405 

1 Faithful Admonition,' May, 1554, iii. 484 

Faithorne (W.) his portrait of Milton, x. 481 

Falcon Courts, their history, xi. 128, 190, 271 

Falconer (Capt. Richard), his ' Voyages,' ii. 185 

Falkner (C.) on ' The Oak Tree,' xi. 328 

Falkner or Faulkner family, ii. 168 

Fall (George), Yorkshire artist, his biography, v. 
230, 273 

Falmouth, Phoenicians at, ii. 469, 518 

False quantities hi speeches, x. 9 

Fame, correct representation of, iv. 249 ; repre- 
sented as Renown, v. 47, 117 

Family societies in America, ix. 486 

Fanning family of co. Clare, ix. 128, 175 

Fanshawe : Coleman : Blount, ix. 48 

Fanshawe (E.) on beautiful Miss Gunnings, iii. 
409. Fanshawe (Sir R.), iii. 451. Fanshawe 
family, iii. 327. Fanshawe papers and por- 
trait, vii. 48, 49, 289, 507 

Fanshawe (E. J.) on Sir Richard and Lady Fan- 
shawe, xi. 269. Fanshawe family, iv. 32. 
Parsloe's Hall, Essex, iii. 490 ; iv. 34 

Fanshawe (H. C.) on Queen Anna Maria of Spain, 
vi. 8. Coke (Lady), ix. 489. Coleman (Char- 
lotte), iv. 489. De Sousa, iv. 10. FansEawe: 
Bos well : Young, iii. 349. Fanshawe : Cole- 
man : Blount, ix. 48. Harrison (Sir John), of 
Balls Park, Herts, iv. 68. High Peak and 
Scarsdale, iv. 88. Howard (Lady Honoria), xi. 
134. London statues and memorials, ix. 284. 
Middle ton (Bishop Fanshawe), vi. 151. ' Plato 
Redivivus,' xi. 28. Wallingford House, ix. 
489. Whitehall Matted Gallery, iii. 388 

Fanshawe (Lady), her gift of amberskins, iii. 309 ; 
MS. copy of her memoirs, vii. 48 ; miniatures of, 
xi. 269 

Fanshawe (Sir Richard), portrait of, iii. 451, 499 ; 
portrait by Dobson, vii. 49 ; miniatures of, xi. 
269 

Fanshawe family, iii. 327, 349, 494 ; iv. 32 



Fanshawe family papers and portraits, vii. 289, 

507 

Fanshawe inscription in Ware Church, v. 368 
Farjeon (B. L.) and Sir William Treloar, viii. 287, 

333 

Farkers, meaning of the word, iii. 188, 272 
Farley (Chamberlayne) and St. John family, vi. 

151, 314 

Farm held for three and a half centuries, iv. 247 . 
Farmer, his arms and implements, iii. 353 
Farmer (C.) on ' John Bull and his Wonderful 

Lamp,' v. 230 
Farmer (Dr.), his library, sold 1798, vi. 368; 

vii. 12 

Farmer (Capt. George), portraits of, xii. 9 
Farmer (Thomas), his memorial inscription, i. 428 
Farmer family of Hartshill, Warwickshire, iii. 48 
' Farmer's Audit,' poem, its author, ix. 12, 56, 

237 

Farmers -General executed in the French Revolu- 
tion, i. 127, 174 
Farmers of Aylesbury and Straits of Malacca, xi. 

410, 453, 470 

Farnese (Cardinal), his arms, xii. 87, 155 
Farningham, Kent, seven-sacrament font at, v. 36 
Farnley Hall, Leeds, i. 346 
Farquhar's ' Beaux Stratagem,' reference to tea 

in, i. 456 

Farrah (Mary), authoress, her address, viii. 387 
Farrant (Richard), his anthem ' Lord, for Thy 
tender mercy's sake," iv. 265, 355 ; plays by, 
1567-80, v. 341, 401 
Farrell (John), manager of Pavilion Theatre, iii. 

188, 252 ; iv. 414 

Farrer (W.) on the Fitzwilliams, iii. 165. Grey- 
stoke family, xi. 81, 158. Kesteven Survey, 
temp. Henry I., vi. 286. Lidgate : Leap-gate, 
vi. 238. Lumley family, xii. 52. Northburgh 
family, ii. 377. " Walkyn Silver," iii. 170. 
Wigan bell foundry, v. 216 
Farrington, clockmaker, c. 1832, x. 69 
Farrow (E.) on Arden (John), vi. 289 
Faseole, a bean, its etymology, xii. 149, 233, 274 
Fast = short of, use of the term, ix. 209, 432 
Fastolf (Sir John), 1378-1459, ' D.N.B.' on, iv. 
145, 214 ; his biography, vi. 14, 77 ; original 
letters, 1450, xii. 201, 257 

Father of his Country, ix. 70, 115, 151, 236, 331 
Fathers of the House of Commons, vii. 486 
Faublas (Chevalier de), amorous adventures of, 

iv. 88 
Favourite, envied, versions of the story, ii. 505 ; 

iii. 71 

Fawcett (Lieut. -Col.), his duel with Munro, iv. 72 
Fawcett (J. F. M.) on Douglas of Dornock, iv. 369 
Pea (Allan), his Flight of the King,' x. 486 
Fear turning hair suddenly white, ix. 445 
Feather and St. Barbara, x. 308, 373 
February rainfall, iii. 248, 314, 333 
February 29 in Anglican liturgy, ix. 191, 254 
February 30, instances of, i. 166, 233 ; vii. 146, 

216 ; viii. 330 
Fecamp Abbey MSS., xi. 308, 357, 377 
Fed up, slang term, iii. 66 

Federer (C. A.) on Charles V. in England, iii. 285. 
Doggerel book-inscriptions, vi. 128. Inscrip- 
tion at Constance, vi. 173. Wooden cups in 
East Anglia, viii. 332 
Fee-bowls, legal, x. 46, 98 
Feeding-bottle : suck-bottle, the names, vni. 190, 

256 355 

Fee-farm, use of the word, 1677-8, vii. 189 
Feet of Fines, identifications in, xii. 450, 518 

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Feilde (Rev. Matthew), Rector of SS. Anne and 
Agnes, xii. 349, 413 < - 

Feilden family and Parliamentary representation 
of Blackburn, v. 326 

Felkin (A. L.) on authors of quotations wanted, 
vii. 35 

Fellowes (O. B.) on Johnsoniana, iii. 447 

Fellows of the Clover Leaf, history of , i. 7, 193 

Felpham, Hayley and Blake at, viii. 231, 277 

Feltham, Loyal Lads of, ii. 401 

Feltria, lines attributed to Ceesar on, viii. 69, 332 

Female crucifixes, iv. 230, 395, 517 

Female incendiary, her supposed crime, ii. 9 

Female soldiers : Phoebe Hessel, i. 406 

Femmer = frail, its origin, x. 9, 75 

Fenchurch, derivation of the name, iii. 181 

Fencible regiment raised by A. M'Gregor Murray, 
v. 230, 337 

Fenhoulet (Nancy Day, Lady), her biography, x. 
406 ; xi. 393, 438 

Fenians, escape from West Australia, ix. 188, 
236, 254, 332 

Fenn (I.) on David's sketch of Marie Antoinette, 
xii. 513 

Fenner family, vi. 350 

Fenning (Eliza), hanged 1815, xii. 68, 115, 138 

Fennystanton, its monstrous child, xi. 249 

Fenton (Rt. Rev. Patrick) consecrated in West- 
minster Cathedral, ii. 145 

Fenton and Cleaver families, v. 23 

Fenton's Hotel, Napoleon III. at, ix. 327, 371, 
432 

Ferby and Coningsby families, xi. 28 

Ferdinand I., King of Two Sicilies, epigram on, 
vii. 506 

Ferdusi on Parliamentary banner in the City, xi. 
89 

Ferguson (Donald) on Arabic-English, x. 336. 
Beche-de-mer, xi. 482. "Bombay duck," xii. 
5. Budgee, a kind of ape, x. 253. Camoens, 
Sonnet cciii., vii. 295. Coffee, its etymology, 
xii. 318. Emanuel of Portugal, iv. 10. Fires 
for cymbals, vii. 289. " Fish in troubled 
waters," xii. 386. Hanged, drawn, and 
quartered, i. 497. Heber (Bishop): 'Only 
man is vile," xii. 297. Hoek van Holland, vii. 
473. Hunter's wood : hunter's cakes, vii. 
346. Incached, viii. 90, 273. Moon and crabs, 
viii. 317. Murkattos : capaps, their meaning, 
xii. 30. Pearl, its etymon v. 493. Percival 
(Capt. Robert), xii. 282. Piccaninny, iv. 128. 
Pinto (Mendez), xi. 176. Pompelmous, iii. 
256. Punch, the beverage, iv. 531. Roach = 
cockroach, vii. 425. Tiffar : tiffador : tyf- 
feren, xii. 161. Tourmaline, iii. 152. Warka- 
moowee, iii. 467 

Ferguson (M.) on R. L. Stevenson and Schubert, 
ix. 249 

Fergusson (J. R.) on epigram on Reynolds, i. 
146 

Fergusson (T. Colyer) on Thomas Dover, M.B., xi. 
196. Lopez (Sir Menasseh Massey), x. 115. 
Maginn (William) and Moses Mendez, ix. 416. 
Motherhood late in life, ix. 232 

Ferling, a measure of sixteen acres, i. 354 

Fermor (Sir John), temp. Henry VIII., iv. 289, 
393 

Fern (Matthew), his imprisonment, ii. 288 

" Fernandes in Dukes Place," his identification, 
xi. 49 

Fernow (H.) on quotations wanted, vi. 149 

Ferrand (Jacques), his ' Melancholic erotique,' 
and Robert Burton, xi. 286 



Ferrar (Michael Lloyd), his death, i. 380 

Ferrar (Nicholas), his ' Harmonies,' i. 108 

Ferrar (William), descendant of Ferrars of Little 

Gidding, vi. 386 

Ferrers ( Anne ) = Nathaniel Hodson, viii. 150 
Ferrers (Earl), 1720-60, portraits of, xi. 209, 335, 

434, 498 
Ferris Great Wheel at World's Fair, Chicago, vii. 

473, 515 

Ferry (C. P.) on harbours, xi. 409 
' Fesannees de cestes," obscure term, x. 168 
Feskin=to swathe, 1230, ix. 508 
Fete di Felici Cornutelli at Rome, viii. 309 
Fetherston (William), alias Constable, his claim to 

the Crown, 1554, viii. 489 ; ix. 435 
Fetish in Nova Zembla, i. 466 
Fetter Lane, derivation of the name, iii. 181 
Fetter Lane chapels, viii. 26, 111, 194, 235, 305, 

502 
Fettiplace family, i. 329, 396, 473, 511 ; ii. 234, 

335 

Feudal system, i. 248, 353 
Few (M.) on earthquakes in Calabria, iv. 247 
Fewstone, Yorkshire, curious gravestone at, i. 233 
Fewtrell (A. H.) on Bishop of Man imprisoned, 

ii. 535. Population of country parish, iv. 495 
" ffree Roberds," Surrey tenement, c. 1629, viii. 

508 
Fiction, tenses in, iii. 307 ; War Office in, iv. 

127, 235 ; detectives in, 307, 356, 417, 456 ; 

astronomy in, v. 229, 294 ; earthquakes in, 

388, 436, 492 

Fictitious Latin plurals, i. 54, 193 
Fief on " Character is fate," ii. 494 
Field (C.) on hedgehog, a ship, vii. 308. Rocher 

de Gayette, vii. 329 
Field memorials to sportsmen, x. 509 
Field-glasses at battle of Dunbar, references to, 

vi. 188 ; x. 73 
Fielding (Henry), poem by, v. 446 ; his first 

marriage at Charlcombe Church, vi. 47 ; his 

' Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon,' 61, 115 ; 

and Shakespeare, vii. 444 ; inscription on his 

grave, ix. 49, 134, 277 ; ' Tom Jones ' in French, 

xii. 407 

Fielding brothers, c. 1667, xi. 469 
Field-names : at West Haddon, co. Northampton, 

i. 46, 94, 156 ; at Brightwalton, Berks, 228 ; 
' The Evils," xi. 468 ; xii. 117 
Fields, open, suicides buried in, iv. 346, 397, 475, 

514 

Fiennes family of Broughton, xii. 123, 174 
Fife fishermen's superstitions, x. 330 
Fife-boy, use of the compound, viii. 127 
Fifteenths and Tenths explained, x. 88 
Fifth-Monarchy Men, uprising in 1661, vii. 290, 

334, 515 

Fifty dole, meaning of the term, viii. 430 
Fig Sunday = Palm Sunday, ix. 374, 412 
Fig trees, and maturing meat, ix. 389 ; x. 53, 96, 

453 ; xi. 456 ; xii. 138 ; in London, xi. 107, 

178 ; xii. 293, 336, 396, 476 
Figarola-Caneda (E.) on ceiba, Cuban word, vii. 

288. Drake (Joseph Rodman), xii. 448. 

'Golden Lyre,' xii. 407. Mildew in Books, 

xii. 387. Sawkins (J. G.), ix. 407 
Figgess or Figgiss surname, ix. 388, 478 
Figs, green, and St. Peter, i. 148, 231 
Figuera da Foz, inscriptions at, iv. 147 
Figure : figure it out, use of the words, viii. 187 
Filbert legend, xii. 388 

Filey (C.) on Wentworth of Pontefract, xi. 68 
Filson (M. A.) on ' Cantica Sacra,' ix. 488 



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101 



Finch (Barbara Clay) on ' English Historical 
Review,' xii. 228. Order of the Royal Oak, vi. 
136 

Finch (J. R.) on James Brindley, i. 310 
Finchale Priory, Durham, Henman's drawings, ii. 

168, 252 
Findlater (Count), Karlsbad patron, c. 1810, xii. 

269, 313 

Fingal and Diarmid, ii. 87, 152, 277 
Finger, wedding-ring, ii. 508 
Finglow (John), ' D.N.B.' on, x. 114 
Finlay (Robert) & Mitchel, eighteenth-century 

bankers, i. 310, 374 

Finmark, East, native names of birds, v. 6 
Finnis Street, Bethnal Green, origin of the name, 

ix. 486 ; x. 15 
Finny (W. E. St. L.) on arms of suffragan bishops, 

xi. 109 

Fioning grass, use of the word, xii. 49, 92 
Fiorelli (Tiberio), known as " Scaramuccio," x. 

153 
Fire, kept burning on the hearth, viii. 340 ; hare 

forecasting, xi. 310, 413, 458 
Fire : fire out, to turn out of a place, vii. 308 ; 

viii. 37, 454 

Firearms in the seventeenth century, iii. 89 
Firebrace (Lady), verses by Dr. Johnson to, 

vi. 89, 155 

Fire-engine exhibition, xi. 8, 56 
Firefly or glowworm in modern poetry, i. 47, 112, 

156, 193, 216 
Fireplaces or chimneys, houses without, viii. 29 
Fires for cymbals in translation of Linschoten's 

' Voyagie,' vii. 289, 334 

Fir-eun on Macdonald of Moidart, iv. 376 
Firgunanum, etymology of the word, vii. 7, 51 
Firman (F. B.) on Dickens and Euripides, vii. 406. 
Dickens and Scott, vi. 346. Dickens or Wilkie 
Collins, iii. 207. Dickensiana, i. 44. ' Nicholas 
Nickleby,' iv. 455 
First-footing, A.D. 1907, vii. 5 
First kittoo, use of the phrase, ii. 149, 296 
Fiscal, derivation of the word, i. 51 
Fish days and St. Paul's School, i. 290 
Eish in the North Sea, Great Britain's claim, 

ii. 187 

Fish traps " a 1'Anglaise," vi. 269, 338 
Fisher (Kitty), date of her death, xi. 245 
Fisher (Rev. Samuel) and Dr. John Reading, i. 156 
Fisher (T.) on first English bishop to marry, x. 

475. Gatton inscription, vi. 8 
Fishermen, Dutch, in British waters, i. 87 
Fishermen's folk-lore, x. 330 ; Orkney, xii. 483 
Fishery and weirs at the " Snowte," iii. 88 
Fish-hooks or gorges, thorn, ix. 229 
Fishmongers' Company and the German Emperor, 

iii. 148 

Fishwick (Col. H.) on Butler of Toderstaff, v. 517. 
' Chalice and Sheppheard," ix. 310. Dated 
stones in buildings, vi. 453. Halliwell (Henry), 
x. 426. Hatching chickens, vii. 149. " Knights 
without noses," xi. 49. Lancashire and 
Cheshire wills, i. 38. " Man in a quart bottle," 
xii. 289. Morris (Rev. Henry) of Burnley, 
xii. 456. Pincerna (Richard), ii. 92. Pit = a 
grave, i. 287. Rauthmel (Rev. R.), vii. 115. 
Romney's ancestry, vii. 113. Selby, Yorks : 
its Peculiar Court, xii. 409. " Sincke of 
Popery," viii. 387. Suicides buried in open 
fields, iv. 346. Travers family, i. 252. Water- 
loo : its pronunciation, x. 190 
Fiske (S.) on authors of quotations, vi. 48. Brass 
at Brown Candover, ix. 315. Brasses at the 



Bodleian, vii. 42. Fleetwood brass, vi. 198, 

316. Goulton brass, vii. 28. Monumental 

brasses, vi. 47, 315 

Fistula : canna, at the Communion, v. 288 
Fit, preterite and participle of " to fight," viii. 204 
Fiteres=rags, its cognates, vii. 509 ; viii. 31 
Fitz-Allen on Soubise, black page, iv. 529 
FitzAthulf (Constantino ), his execution for rioting, 

ii. 181 

FitzGeffrey (Charles ) = Anne Arman, 1604, xi. 49 
FitzGerald on Book of Loughscur, iv. 267. Lodge, 

Ulster King of Arms, iv. 229 
Fitzgerald (Rev. Edward), c. 1718, Dissenting 

Ulster minister, viii. 428 
FitzGerald (Edward), bibliography, ii. 141, 214 ; 

song in Tennyson's ' Memoir,' 285 ; editions 

of Omar Khayyam, iv. 105 ; vi. 388, 453 ; and 

Naseby battle-field, xi. 304 ; Urceo quoted by, 

xii. 185 
FitzGerald (Edward Marlborough), poems by, 

ii. 141, 214 
FitzGerald (J. R.) on Comte d'Antraigues, x. 152. 

Authors of quotations, viii. 374. Gamester's 

superstition, viii. 391. Hampstead in song, 

x. 377 
Fitzgerald (P.) on Dickens and Scott, vi. 390. 

Goldsmith tablet, vii. 385 
FitzGerald (S. J. A.) on authors and their first 

books, iii. 247 " Pop goes the weasel," iv. 209 
Fitzgerald family of Pendleton, iii. 367 
Fitzhamon family, i. 47, 132 
Fitzherbert (Mrs.), her Christian name, iv. 530 ; 

v. 32 ; and George IV.'s coronation, v. 227, 

292 ; her marriage performed by Rev. Robert 

Burt, 308 

Fitzmaurice (I.) on prisons in Paris, iv. 394 
Fitzmaurice family, v. 67 

Fitzmaurice-Kelly (J.) on Spanish verse, iv. 274 
Fitz-Norman ( J. K. ) on Blake : Norman : Old- 

mixon, ii. 447. Norman (John), iii. 229 
Fitzpatrick ( J. ) on ' Allied Armies before Sebas- 

topol,' xi. 189 
Fitzpatrick (Sir Jerome), Inspector of Health to 

the Forces, xi. 428 
Fitzpatrick (Richard) and Charles James Fox, 

i. 146 
Fitzroy (George), Duke of Northumberland, and 

his duchess, viii. 289, 352 
Fitzroy Square, Marquis of Salisbury's residence 

in, iii. 5 
Fitzsimmons (W. J.) on book signatures, vi. 134. 

Ivy Lane, Strand, v. 136 

Fitz Urse (Reginald), his biography, v. 47, 112 
Fitz Warine family, iii. 109 
Fitzwilliam family, iii. 165 

Fitzwilliams (C.) on Carmarthen families, xi. 153 
Five, the French figure, its origin, ii. 301 
Flag, National, use of the White Ensign, iii. 448 ; 
and Royal Standard, vii. 227 ; ix. 128, 154, 
174, 255, 292, 396, 502, 514 ; x. 72, 130, 193, 331 
Flag, pirate : " Old Roger," " Jolly Roger," xi. 

370 

Flag or banner, triangular, v. 450, 493 ; vii. 252 
Flagellants, books on, ii. 420 
Flageolet, a kind of bean, xii. 149, 233, 274 
Flags, their official regulation, v. 469 ; vi. 12, 96 
Flags of Greater Britain, xii. 226 
Flails still in use, iii. 267, 338, 375, 433 ; iv. 72 ; 

in the Tyrol, vi. 274, 313 ; vii. 272, 316, 497 
Flandrensis (Turstin) : Turstin de Wigmore, x. 

205, 250 

Flash of lightning, name for gin, x. 210 
Flats in the Thames estuary, xi. 269 



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Flaubert (G.), words in * Tentation de St. An- 

toine,' xii. 447 

Flavian monks in the Campagna, vii. 149 
Flaw, its purpose, iv. 208, 314, 472 
Flaying alive, instances of, i. 15, 73, 155, 352 ; 

ii. 14 ; iii. 153 

Fleet, Russian Baltic, in 1788, iii. 246 
Fleet marriages, records of, i. 9, 75 
Fleet Prison in 14th and 15th centuries, x. 110, 

258, 478 ; xi. 18 
Fleet Street, Jacobean houses in, iii. 206, 250, 315 ; 

grocers and tea-dealers in, 294 ; No. 53, its 

demolition, iii. 427, 493 ; iv. 94, 314 ; changes 

in, v. 227, 295 ; No. 17, its history, vi. 446 ; 

Jerusalem Court, vii. 29 ; No. 7, its history, viii. 

248, 350, 411, 478 ; No. 9, its history, 441 ; 

No. 59, its history, ix. 53 
Fleetwood (Cromwell) his widow's will, iii. 466 ; 

date of his death, iv. 74 
Fleetwood (Baron George), 1630, his portrait, 

viii. 488 ; ix. 193 
Fleetwood (George), the regicide, his biography, 

i. 422 

Fleetwood (Mary ) = Nathaniel Carter, ii. 268, 333 
Fleetwood (William), Bishop of St. Asaph and Ely, 

ix. 231 

Fleetwood cabinet, its owner, ii. 67 
Fleetwod family, ii. 33 ; genealogical puzzle, xii. 

362 

Fleetwood family arms, vi. 264, 435 
Fleetwood family of Calwich, co. Stafford, xi. 183 ; 

xii. 58, 373 
Fleetwood family of Crawley, co. Southampton, 

v. 48, 403 

Fleetwood family of Madras, v. 68 
Fleetwood family of Penwortham, Lanes., v. 405 ; 

vii. 302, 474 

Fleetwood family of St. John Zachary, xii. 469 
Fleetwood family of Sweden, viii. 488 
Fleetwood memorial brass at Chalfont St. Giles, 

vi. 88, 137, 198, 316 
Fleetwood pedigree, v. 23 
Fleetwoods and Milton's Cottage, i. 422 
Fleming (G. E.) on Bowen family, xi. 449 
Fleming (Malcolm) and the king, xi. 70 
Fleming (B.), and slaying of Bed Comyn, viii. 

310, 456 

Fleming (W. H.) on authors wanted, xi. 429 
Fleming family, viii. 289 

Flesh and shamble meats, i. 68, 293, 394 ; ii. 54 
Fletcher (A.) on authors of quotations wanted, 

vii. 208 

Fletcher (E. W.) on Queen Anne's churches, x. 435 
Fletcher (G. H. B.) on authors of quotations 

wanted, x. 108 
Fletcher (G. Butter) on Jack and Jill, iv. 13 ; 

hanging alive in chains, xii. 212 
Fletcher (John), "the Captain" in 'The Fair Maid 

of the Inn,' ii. 184 ; and ' Capt. Thomas Stuke- 

ley,' iii. 301, 342, 382 ; folk medicine in, v. 129, 

195 ; ballads in ' Monsieur Thomas,' vi. 223, 

291 ; his burial-place in St. Saviour's, South- 

wark, 248 ; and Bobert Burton, 464 ; his 

' Knight of the Burning Pestle,' x. 427 
Fletcher (J. M. J.) on "beating the bounds" in 

1763, xi. 384. Lytton (Sir Bobert), iv. 389. 

Snodgrass as a surname, ix. 427. Wyrley's 

Derbyshire Church Notes, i. 427 ; iv. 376 
Fletcher (Sir Bobert), d. 1777, his biography, xi. 

48, 117 
Fletcher (W. G. D.) on Admiral John Bazely, ix. 

129. Best (Bishop John), of Carlisle, vii. 

449 ; viii. 112. Camoys pedigree, vii. 509. 



County royal descents, ix. 148. Fletcher (Sir 

Bobert), xi. 48. "Hospitatus" in Domesday, 

viii. 208. Shaw's ' Knights of England,' vi. 1. 

Shrewsbury clock : " Point of war," viii. 96. 

Vanden-Bempde family, ix. 108. Vernon of 

Hodnet, ix. 491. Welds of Willey Park, Salop, 

vi. 97 

Fletcher family, v. 270 

Fletton, prehistoric crocodile found at, ii. 286 
Flies in coffin, iv. 386 

Flinders (Matthew), his biography, xi. 267 
Flint (T.) on Carlyle on painting foam, vii. 310, 

456. Carlyle on the Peneus, xii. 87. " Mother 

of dead dogs," vii. 457. " What you but see," 

&c., x. 255 
Flint and steel, method of striking, vii. 329, 377, 

396, 418, 452 

Flint chippings in barrows, ii. 188 
Flitches, Dunmow and other, vi. 486 
Flood (J. C. H.) on Hampden family, xii. 230 
Flood (Miss) and Edward, Duke of York, xii. 8 
Flood (W. H. Grattan) on Anacreontic Society, 

ix. 387. Cadey=hat, x. 277. French words 

in Scotch, x. 274. ' Girl I left behind me,' xi. 

246. Irish version of " De mortuis," ix. 455. 

' Kitty Fisher's Jig ' : ' Yankee Doodle,' ix. 471 ; 

x. 115. ' Lang o' Lea,' Irish song, ix. 257, 473. 

Power (Tyrone), actor, x. 257. Bobson (George 

Fennell), ix. 273 

Floor-cloth manufacture, c. 1815, xi. 265 
Floral emblems of countries, v. 509 ; vi. 52 
Florence, inscriptions in Protestant Cemetery, 

ix. 224, 443 ; x. 24, 223, 324, 463 ; baptistery 

font at, x. 88 
Floriculture : Latin genitives in nomenclature, 

v. 309, 355 

Florida, names of grantees in 1763, iii. 9 
Florio's influence on Webster and Marston, 

iv. 41, 121, 201 

Flower (Mrs.) on nine men's morris, vi. 128 
Flower, alias William Way, alias Wygge, ii. 106 
Flowers, not desired at funerals, xii. 130, 178, 258 
Floyd (W. C. L.) on British envoy at Warsaw, x. 

398 

Fludd (Sir Bobert), 1574-1637, his title, vi. 368 
" Fludous, Le," meaning of the name, vi. 70 
Flying bridges, ii. 406, 491 ; iii. 93, 274 
Flying or Centrifugal Bailway, iv. 65, 176, 333, 

416, 474 ; v. 13 

Flying-machine exhibition, vii. 306 
Flying machines, early, ix. 441 ; x. 186, 250 ; xi. 

8, 98, 145, 425, 465 ; xii. 106, 158, 170, 195, 

238, 271, 272, 374, 417 
' Flying Post,' 1699, and Sir W. Temple's letters, 

viii. 21 

Foam painting, instances of, vii. 310, 373, 456 
Foat (F. W. G.) on punctuation in MSS. and 

printed books, ii. 301, 462 ; iv. 144, 262 ; v, 

502 ; viii. 222 

Fogg Family Association in America, ix. 486 
Foix (Cte. de St.) on Mozart concerto, ii. 447 
Folden, origin of the name, iii. 69, 115 
Foleit, meaning of the word, i. 309, 374 
Folkestone, instance of long public service, vii. T 
Folk-jest, Lincolnshire, ix. 367 
Folk-lore, its origins, vii. 53 

Folk-lore : 

All Hallows E'en, xi. 6 
Apple in Dorset, ix. 314 
Asses hypnotized, ii. 506 
Astronomy, French pastoral, vii. 104 
Baskish, vi. 507 



TENTH SEKIES. 



103 



Folk-lore : 

Baskish soul, vii. 73 

" Bat Bearaway," vii. 168, 258 ; viii. 15 

Bee, ii. 26 ; viii. 329 ; ix. 433 

Bees in China, x. 285 

Birdcage falling, vii. 105 

Bird's claw, vi. 366, 518 

Birdscaring, i. 340 

Black cat, v. 40 

Brittany, viii. 409 ; ix. 17 

Building customs, i. 407, 515 

Burial in walls of buildings, ix. 75 

Candlemas, xi. 324 

Candles, three, vi. 508 ; vii. 54 

Cat, black, iv. 505 ; viii. 227 

Chick-pea, ix. 282, 374 

Childbirth, i. 15 

Chinese bat, viii. 15 

Chinese disobedient son, x. 408 

Chough, viii. 388 

Christmastide, i. 172 

Cleaning, early, and snow, ix. 210 

Clocks stopped at death, iii. 124, 175 

Cobweb, xi. 378 

Cobweb pills, i. 205, 273, 317 

Cock, white, v. devil, x. 34 

Corpse lying over Sunday, i. 127 

Counting bringing ill-luck, ix. 108 ; x. 137 

Creole, ix. 227, 338, 494 ; x. 36 

Crooked billet, ix. 190, 452 ; x. 38, 77 

Crows crying against the rain, x. 88, 136, 415 

Crucifixion, i. 426 

Daffodil, vi. 347, 410 

Death-bird, iv. 465, 515, 530 ; v. Ill, 112, 

158, 215 ; vi. 117, 156, 173 ; vii. 409 ; 

viii. 57, 192, 354 
Devonshire, viii. 127 ; xii. 66 
Devil : Giving his supper to the Devil, ii. 427 
Diamonds and goat's blood, viii. 270, 356, 456 
Dog-bite, ii. 428 

Dolls in magic, ix. 168 ; x. 118, 195, 272 
Donkeys, measles, and whooping-cough, x. 

326, 398 

Dorsetshire snake-lore, i. 168, 253, 333 
Eel, ii. 149, 231, 331 
Elder-bush, viii. 131, 211, 314, 475 
Epiphany, xi. 6, 72 
Evil eye, and scarlet, i. 148, 231 ; in England, 

508 ; in Sicily, 514 ; in Italy, ix. 145, 216 
Fijians and their teeth, iii. 373 
Fisherman, x. 330 ; xii. 483 
Flail, vi. 72, 274 
French, xi. 106 

Glass and drowning sailor, xii. 310 
Good Friday and low tides, i. 310 
Greenteenth (Jenny), i. 365 
Hare and Easter, v. 292 
Hare forecasting fire, xi. 310, 413, 458 
Hare's heart stuck with pins, ii. 273 
Holly tree, v. 167 

Horseshoe, iii. 9, 90, 214 ; viii. 210 ; ix. 154 
India, x. 327, 428, 495 
Irish, iii. 204, 313, 357 
Iron, iii. 348, 397 

Japanese regarded as sorcerers, i. 347 
Japanese spirits, ix. 34 
Keogh family, ix. 167 
Lady-bird, viii. 9, 116 
Legless spirits, viii. 168, 277 ; ix. 34 
Leicester, vi. 509 

Life-star, vii. 129, 196, 257 ; viii. 34 
Lincolnshire death, iv. 465, 515 ; v. 112 



Folk-lore : 

Liphook, viii. 486 

Lithuanian, viii. 168, 277 

Lizard with two tails, viii. 328, 391 

Loaf, hollow, foretelling death, xii. 88, 155 

Lunar halo, vi. 265, 338, 412 

Lobishome, i. 327 

Maiden-Garland, xii. 327 

Marriage, xii. 484 ; 

May Day festivals, i. 160 

Medicine, v. 129, 195 

Mermaid, ix. 371 

Midsummer day, iv. 27 

Moon, i. 125, 175, 252, 395 ; v. 185, 252 ; xii. 

406, 518 ; and hair-cutting, iv. 29, 116, 

173, 234 ; and mollusca, viii. 186, 317 
Moorish love -charm, viii. 486 
Muffin martyr in the Holy Land, xi. 7 
Mulberry and quince, iv. 386, 438 ; v. 15 
Murderer, disguised, i. 266, 395 
New Year, v. 45, 94 
Night-hags, vii. 26, 157 
Nightingale and death, vii. 409 ; viii. 57, 

192, 354 

Number superstition, i. 369, 457 
Orkney, xii. 483 

Owl, in India, x. 327 ; in Japan, 409 
Passover, xi. 324 

Peacocks' feathers unlucky, i. 320 
Phantom ship, xi. 489 
Pigeon, xii. 287, 513 
Pin witchery, ii. 205, 271, 376 
Pins, as a charm, iii. 106 ; crooked, vii. 447, 

496 

Piper's Hole, ix. 289, 334, 356, 378 
Polar inhabitants, iii. 30 

Rain caught on Holy Thursday, iv. 447, 497 
Roumanian, vi. 287, 455 
Rubbing with hand of a corpse, iii. 340 
Sailor, xii. 310, 483 
Salt, i. 514 

Scarlet and the evil eye, i. 148, 231 
Sea-names, xi. 107 
Seaweed needing rain, viii. 388 
Signatures, doctrine of, xi. 209 
Snake, x. 265, 316, 335, 377, 418 ; xi. 157, 

506 

Sneezing, xi. 7, 117, 173; xii. 97 
Snow-rimes, i. 392, 511 
Son, disobedient, in China, x. 408 
Spanish, iv. 266 
Spider cures, i. 205, 273 
Spittle, i. 514 
Springs, healing, vii. 90 
Stepping over a child, ix. 227, 338, 494 ; 

x. 36 

Stones with holes, vii. 26, 157 
Stork, x. 368, 438 
Thunder, iii. 408 
Thunderstorms, xii. 327 
Tiger, x. 88, 135, 358 
Toads burnt alive, ii. 271, 325 
Tongue, slip of, xii. 89 
Toothache, ii. 446 ; x. 121, 171 
Trades and callings, iii. 465 
Twin calves, ii. 406 
Twins, vii. 387 ; viii. 54 
Virgin Mary's nut, xii. 187, 256 
Walking in two parishes on same day, xii. 

89 

Water hags, i. 319, 365 
Wave, largest, x. 445, 511 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Folk-lore : 

Weather, v. 407, 456 ; xii. 8, 130, 177, 483 

Wedding, xii. 308, 517 

West Indian hurricane, vii. 127 

Wife, jealous, i. 147 

Wine-making and women, vii. 188, 256, 295 

Wood, touching of, vi. 130, 174, 230 

Wreckers in Brittany, xi. 446 

Yellowhammer superstitions, xi. 386, 452 

Yew, xii. 421, 477 

Yorkshire, ix. 289 

Folk-lore post-card, first, ii. 200 

Folk -medicine in Lincolnshire, ii. 446 

Folk-rime : Gray goose and gander, ix. 510 

Folk-songs, Norfolk, iii. 365, 452 

Folk-songs, Provencal, Victor Hugo on, viii. 488 ; 
ix. 91 

Fonseca (Christopher de), his ' Devout Contempla- 
tions,' v. 101, 196 

Font, ceremony of its consecration, ii. 269, 336 ; 
iii. 154 ; removed from Holyrood, iii. 30, 109 

Fontainebleau, history of, ii. 248 

Fontarrabia, etymology of the name, i. 443 

Fontenoy, Phoebe Hessel at, vi. 82, 132 

Fonts, desecrated, i. 488 ; ii. 112, 170, 253, 292 ; 
wooden, iii. 169, 253, 316, 395; seven-sacra- 
ment, at Gorleston, iv. 386 ; v. 35 ; Hertford- 
shire, ix. 429 

Foord (A. S.) on Beulah Spa, Upper Norwood, 
viii. 508. George III. and Sydenham, iv. 
389. Mineral Wells, Streatham, ii. 228. St. 
Eley or St. Loy at Tottenham, vi. 328 

Foot : Paules fete, the phrase, iv. 435, 493 

Foot travellers round the earth, vi. 230 

Football on Shrove Tuesday, i. 127, 194, 230, 
331, 435 ; " punt " in, xi. 187, 257, 315, 355 ; 
at Scone, Perthshire, on Eastern's Tuesday, 
309 

Footballers' Zulu war cry, vi. 265 

Foote (Samuel), story by George Payne about, 
vi. 465 ; his comedies, viii. 141 ; family con- 
nexions, x. 109, 455 ; xi. 17, 56 

Footfalls and music, iv. 161 

Footgear on Harris, silver-buckle maker, x. 449 

Footpaths, their preservation, iv. 125 

Footprints of the gods, ii. 65 

Foot-racing, spleen unfavourable to, x. 202 

Footwarmers in church, iii. 307 

Forbes (G. S.) on Chief Justice in Byre, vi. 470 

Forbes (Col. Hugh) and Roman Republic, 1849, 
v. 448 

Forbes family of Culloden, viii. 250 

Ford (A. Napier) on Ford family, xii. 49 

Ford (Capt.), his attempt to preach in Wimbome 
Minster, c. 1645, vii. 447 

Ford (C. Lawrence) on Abracadabra, x. 156. 
" Aching void," ii. 348. Architecture in old 
times, i. 290. Authors ot quotations, i. 217, 275, 
468 ; viii. 272 ; ix. 494 ; x. 114. Browning's 
" thunder-free," ii. 193. Burns anticipated, 
i. 357, 371. Charterhouse poetry collection, 
ix. 12. ' Childe Harold,' viii. 495. Cowper and 
Voltaire, iv. 465. " Ecrivez les injures," &c., 
ix. 114. False quantities in Parliament, ii. 
418. " He saw a world," iii. 13. Napoleon III. 
in London, ix. 432. " There shall no tempests 
blow," iv. 12. Uriani, iv. 509. Woman, 
Heaven's second thought, iii. 67. Wordsworth 
and Browning, ix. 34 

Ford (Dr. Joseph), uncle of Dr. Johnson, ix. 43 

Ford (J. R.) on Lucas's ' History of Warton,' vii. 
261 



Ford (J. W.) on smothering hydrophobic patients,. 

i. 176 

Ford ("Parson"), cousin of Dr. Johnson, ix. 
44 ; and Joseph Withers, x. 343 ; and Dr.. 
Johnson, xi. 104 
Ford Church, c. 1670, and Gordon marriage, vii.. 

508 

Ford family and arms, xii. 49 
Ford family of Stourbridge, viii. 282, 462 
Foreign Governments, English officials under, in. 

87, 415 

Foreigners, use of the word, 1557-8, xi. 408 
Foreigners in Tottenham, c. 1854, xi. 144 
Forest family, 1604, i. 67 
Forest of Dean, Verderers' Court, v. 167 
Forest of Oxtowe, c. 1602, its identification, vi. 450? 

vii. 12 
Forester (Alexander), of Garden, c. 1600, his wife,. 

iv. 149 

Forests set on fire by lightning, iv. 28, 95, 153, 213 
Forgo: forego, correct spelling, ii. 306; iii. 31 , 

134 

Forisfactura, meaning of the word, x. 208, 332 
Forman, Essex cricketer, c. 1860, v. 228 
Former Petworth Resident on Earl of Egremont, 

i. 233 

Forshaw (C. F.) on Admiral Christ epitaph, vi. 517. 
All Fools' Day, iii. 333. Antiquary v. anti- 
quarian, ii. 396. Apothecaries' Act of 1815, 
iii. 394. Apothecaries' Hall in Scotland, iii. 348. 
" As merry as griggs," i. 36. Astwick : Aust- 
wick, ii. 35. Aylsham cloth, i. 172. Bagshaw, 
i. 152. Barbers, famous, i. 513. Beadnell, i. 
17, 515. Bears and boars in Britain, ii. 490. 
Born with teeth, v. 8. Bright, vi. 356. Brindley 
(James), i. 375. Bronte family, ii. 49. Byard 
family, i. 414. Carson, i. 317. Chelsea Physic 
Garden, i. 270. City Companies, their Halls, 
iii. 171. Clergyman as City Councillor, iii. 175. 
Clippingdale, vi. 472. Close, the poet, ii. 
232. Closets in Edinburgh buildings, ii. 154, 
234. Constantino Pebble, i. 97. Copper coins 
and tokens, i. 335. Corks, ii. 392. Crocodile, 
prehistoric, ii. 286. Denman (John), i. 112. 
Denny family, ii. 494. Dental surgeons to 
hospitals, vi. 310. Dog - names, ii. 470. 
Dwight surname, vi. 376. Bales, ii. 353. 
Edgar (A. and R.), ii. 352. Epitaphiana, ii. 
323. Epitaphs : their bibliography, iii. 195. 
Farnley Hall, i. 346. February, i. 30, 233. 
Fettiplace, i. 396, 511 ; ii. 335. Fingal and 
Diarmid, ii. 152. Fonts, desecrated, ii. 112, 
171, 254. Fotheringay, ii. 215. Freemason, 
blind, ii. 269. Grammar : nine parts of 
speech, i. 337. Grimaldi (Joseph), vi. 290. 
Harlsey Castle, co. York, ii. 193. Hazel or 
Hessle pears, ii. 436. Heacham parish officers, 
ii. 336. Hell, Heaven, and Paradise as place- 
names, i. 332. Holyoake (G. J.), vi. 33. Horn 
dancing, i. 296. " I expect to pass through," 
i. 316. Hand, ii. 493. Japan, its antiquity, 
iii. 414. Jersey wheel, ii. 274. ' King of 
Patterdale," i. 194. Kirklington Barrow, ii. 
246. Knight Templar, i. 211. Lamb in place- 
names, iii. 150. ' Lass of Richmond Hill,* 
iii. 289. Mazzard Fair, ii. 312. Milestones, 
i. 133. Mineral Wells, Streatham, ii. 316. 
Mount Grace le Ebor, Monastery of, i. 
198. Nelson anthology, ii. 287. Newchapel 
Church, v. 29. Newton (Isaac), miniature of, 
i. 315, 355. Nicholas, Bishop of Coventry and 
Lichfield, iii. 375. ' Nicholas Nickleby ' : 
Capt. Cuttle, i. 274. Nine Maidens, ii. 397. 



TENTH SERIES. 



105 



Northall, Shropshire, i. 297. Oak, historic 
^Cumberland, ii. 285. Obb wig, ii. 177. Old- 
mixon, vi. 249. Passing bell, i. 351. Peck 
(William), i. 513. Persehouse : Sabine, iii. 
251. Pigott (Thomas), ii. 257. Police uniforms : 
omnibuses, iii. 75, 432. Prescriptions, i. 453 ; 
ii. 291, 492. Quotation : author and correct 
text wanted, ii. 276. Ravison : scrivelloes, ii. 
:292. ' Rebecca,' a novel, iii. 176. Rechabite, 
ii. 314. River divided, i. 391. Ross (Frederick) 
vi. 149. St. Dunstan, i. 216. St. George, ii 
511. St. Paul's Cathedral, vi. 96. St. Thomas 
Wohope, ii. 275. Scribblers, irresponsible, ii 
137, 196. Shakespeare, poems on, i. 409 ; 
ii. 18; his grave, i. 331, 352, 416; ii. 195 
Shipton (Mother), i. 406. Shropshire and 
Montgomeryshire Manors, ii. 256. Silk men 
silk throwsters, ii. 216. Smothering hydro- 
phobic patients, i. 332. Special constables, 
vi. 33, 349. Spirit manifestations, iii. 115 
.Straw -plait ing, iii. 414. Temple College, Phila- 
delphia, i. 493. ' Theatrical Remembrancer,' 
iii. 429. Tideswell and Tideslow, ii. 36. Tre- 
gortha (John), ii. 393. Waggoner's Wells, ii. 
214. White Bread Meadow, Bourne, iii. 365. 
Wilberforce University, Ohio, vi. 110. Willie 
(William), i. 67. Wilton Nunnery, i. 318. 
Wolverhampton pulpit, ii. 37 

Forster (M.) on Taylor the Platonist, i. 409 

Forster (T.) on Acts xxix., lost chapter, vi. 74 

Forsyth (V. de F.) on Constables or Governors of 
Sterling Castle, iii. 147 

Forysth (William), plant named after, vii. 346 

Fort Montague at Knaresborough, x. 390, 437 ; 
xi. 17 

' Forte Frigate,' sailor's song, iii. 128 

Forti or Forsi (Fabio Oliva), Italian author, ii. 307 

Fortunate Boy, his history, iv. 509 

Fortune Playhouse, 1660-61, vi. 107 

Fortune Theatre in 1649, i. 85 

Forty days' periodicity, iv. 7 

Forwale, origin of the word, x. 146 

Forwhy, old English conjunction, vii. 185, 237, 
294, 374, 419 

Foscarinus as a Christian name, i. 127, 198, 277 

Foscolo (Ugo) and house in Handel Street, London, 
vii. 487 

Foslett, fostell = coffer or casket, iv. 48 

Fossel, term applied to diamonds, xi. 186, 496 ; 
xii. 58 

Fossil echinus in Roman urn, Kent, ix. 270, 332, 

Foster (C. W.) on " Restraynte " of " the townes," 
viii. 47 

Foster (H. J.) on Burnham Society, Somerset, ix. 
291. Cobweb pills, i. 317. Edgar (Alexander 
and R.), ii. 493. Fetter Lane chapels, viii. 502. 
; ' Glory of the Methodists," i. 476. " Purple 
patch," i. 510. Wesley in Germany, x. 187 

Foster (J.) on authors of quotations wanted, i. 
474. Latin lines, i. 248. Travers's (Elias) 
diary, ii. 68 

Foster (Joseph), genealogist, his death, iv. 199 ; 
his ' Index Ecclesiasticus ' and MS. complica- 
tions, vi. 229 

Foster (J. J.) on Beach (T.), portrait painter, ii. 
Morland and Corfe Castle, ii. 207. 
Poundbury, x. 451. Quesnel, i. 8 

Foster (Manning) on last words of Burns, iv. 45 

Foster (W.) on saints' satisfaction, xii. 48 

Fothergill (Gerald) on American emigrants, v. 
147 ; vi. 86, 226. Archer of Umberslade, v. 
195, 312. Armorial, iii. 351. Benbow, iv. 235. 



Child's (Miss) elopement, x. 293. Commercial 
traveller's will, vii. 387. Denton family, y. 
271. Dummer family, iv. 315. Duplicate will 
registers, iv. 46. Dyers at Wands worth, y. 
126. Emigrants to America, x. 326. Explicit 
testator, vi. 366. Genealogical research, iv. 246; 
vi. 345. Hemming-Stevens, iv. 157. High- 
landers barbadosed, viii. 136, 176. Index of 
probates, iv. 277. Jacobite rebels, iv. 66. 
Jervis family of Birmingham, v. 197. Kempe 
(Abp.), iv. 434. Lawyers' wills, vii. 266. Local 
government records, iii. 337 ; iv. 278. Maltby : 
Mawbey, v. 8. Marshall's 'Genealogist's Guide,' 
vii. 347; viii. 153. Parish records, neglected, 
iv. 255. Playhouses, early, vi. 287. Prerogative 
Court of Canterbury Will Registers, iii. 488. 
Racehorses in seventeenth century, viii. 207. 
Right to arms, iv. 188. Seaman or Fisherman 
Apprentice Book, vi. 186. Shakespearian 
memoranda, x. 286. Testator's full description, 
iv. 186. Touching for the king's evil, iv. 335. 
Watson and Hodgson families, iv. 349. York- 
shire wills not in proper custody, iii. 465 
Fotheringay, its correct spelling, ii. 128, 215 
Fotheringay bell, ewer and basin from, ix. 468 
Fouch6 on Mary Stuart, viii. 49 
Foulard, etymology of the word, i. 307 
Foulis Castle, legend of, xi. 169 
" Fountain " Tavern, Strand, iv. 289, 336 
Four Corners, game, c. 1788, vi. 69, 156, 235 
Fourteen, XIIII. used for, xii. 409, 451 
Fourth estate, origin of the term, xii. 184 
Fowey : " Gallants of Fowey," origin of the title, 

i. 505 

Fowke (F. Rede) on birth-marks, i. 494 ; iii. 173. 
" Call a spade a spade," iii. 169. Cipher used 
by Balzac, iii. 368. Dog training, iv. 488. 
Philippina : Philopcena, iii. 471. Picking up 
scraps of iron, iii. 397. Superstitions of trades 
and callings, iii. 465. Verne (Jules), star and 
crescent moon, iv. 116 
Fowler (E.) on Ticket's drawings, ix. 407 
Fowler (Dr. J. T.) on carved stone, i. 158 
Fowler family, x. 364 
Fowl-pen, pancakes in the, v. 229 
Fox (Charles James), and Richard Fitzpatrick, 
i. 146 ; enigma by, iv. 530 ; v. 32, 97 ; his 
ancestry, vi. 410 
Fox (E.) on Chaucer and English universities, 

iv. 47 

Fox (W. H.) on dog's nose, v. 252 
Fox (W. L.) on Edward II.'s death, xi. 227. 

" Quid est fides ? " xi. 297 

Fox-Davies (A. C.) on Robert Wingfield's descend- 
ants, v. 488 

Foxe (John), the martyrologist, preface by, iv. 44 
Foxe (Bp. R.), founder of Corpus Christi, Oxford, 

iv. 23 

Poxes as food for men, iv. 286, 355 
Foxglove called rapper, viii. 178 
Foxton (John), public executioner, d. 1829, viii. 246 
Foy Boat Hotel, iv. 40 
Framework Knitters, Worshipful Company of, 

their almshouses, vi. 263 ; viii. 426 
France (Anatole) on the English flag, vii. 227 ; 
his ' Garden of Epicurus,' x. 188, 273 ; on 
spelling, xii. 28 ; on Philopatris, 229 
France, traces of English rule in, i. 164, 253 ; 
last peer of, 225 ; Premier Grenadier of, 384 , 
470 ; and civilization, i. 448 ; ii. 13, 
English exiles in seventeenth century, v. 148 ; 
horse-racing in, 167, 237, 294; samplers in, 
viii. 428, 497 



106 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Prancesca and Paolo, Dante on, vii. 229 
Francesca on Ardagh, ii. 289. Crowns in tower 
of church, i. 38. Curran (Sarah), Robert 
Emmet, and Major Sirr, iii. 413 ; iv. Ill, 534. 
Edmond and Edward, iii. 49. Emmet and De 
Fontenay letters, i. 111. Grey (Admiral John) 
and Derry, iv. 428. Medical barristers, i. 
32. Numismatic, iv. 288. Pigott (Thomas), 
ii. 113. Polar inhabitants, iv. 413. Scandi- 
navian bishops, ii. 67. Speakers of Irish House 
of Commons, i. 227. Statues in Southern 
Russia, v. 349 

Franceys, Francissus, or Le Franceys family, vi. 
88 

" Franche leal et oie," motto of Godolphin 
School, Salisbury, vi. 210, 251 

Francillon (R. E.) on " Cast not a clout," v. 474. 
Coleridge and Newman on Gibbon, v. 455. 
Dickens and Thackeray, iii. 73. Fate of the 
Tracys, iv. 192. German Volkslied, ii. 351. 
Highwayman's parting song, iv. 187. Horse- 
shoes for luck, iii. 91. Pike and Peak, ii. 110. 
Quotations wanted, iv. 168. ' Reliquiae Wot- 
tonianse,' ii. 371 

Francis (E.) on William Francis, x. 190 

Francis (John), and the repeal of the stamp duty, 
iii. 242 

Francis (John Collins) on Elizabeth Barrett 
Browning Centenary, v. 204, 224. Blow (Rev. 
William), xii. 186. ' Bookseller,' ix. 85, 103. 
Charles (King) the Martyr, x. 227. * City 
Press,' viii. 81, 103, 122, 142. ' Cornhill 
Magazine,' xii. 481, 501. ' Daily Telegraph ' 
jubilee, iv. 243. Dickens's surnames : Guppy, 
x. 517. Ebsworth (J. W.), ix. 501. Electro- 
phone and Lord Rosebery, xii. 246. Elim 
Chapel, Fetter Lane, viii. 305. English Press 
and the Treaty of Peace, 1815, iv. 167. " En- 
tente Cordiale," x. 178. Flags of Greater 
Britain, xii. 226. Harvest Supper songs, xii. 
276. Hodgson's, 1807-1907, viii. 246, 266. 
Holyoake (G. J.) and Chartists, v. 191. Howe 
(Earl), his Shakespeare Quartos and Folios, 
ix. 4. Indian Mutiny, ix. 2. Jews in England, 
xii. 185. Longfellow, vii. 201, 222, 242, 261, 
282. Longmans, xi. 2, 50. Macaulay and 
W. J. Thorns, xi. 165. Merlette (Mile. G. M.), 
v. 267. Monument on Fish Street Hill, iv. 
87. National Flag, ix. 502 ; x. 72. ' News- 
paper Press Directory,' its diamond jubilee,. iii. 
241, 26J.. ' Notes by the Way,' xii. 145. 
Old Sergeants' Inn, xi. 344. Puttick & 
Simpson, viii. 363. Post Office, 1856-1906, 
vi. 163, 182, 273. 'Saturday Review' jubilee, 
iv. 382, 402, 422, 442. Spurgeon on Monte 
Carlo, xii. 434. Stowe (Mrs. H. Beecher) on 
Byron, xii. 369. Telegram, longest, ii. 192. 
Thames Embankment, its originators, viii. 193. 
Wadsworth as a Yorkshire name, vii. 308 

Francis (R.) on Flaubert's ' Tentation de St. 
Antoine,' xii. 447 

Francis (Sir Richard), knighted 1399, viii. 409 '{ 

Francis (Sir Robert), of Foremark, iii. 270, 331 

Francis (William), d. 1811, schoolmaster, x. 190 

Francis = Jones, xi. 128, 238 

Francissus, Franceys, or Le Franceys family, vi. 88 

Franco-German War, landed property in, i. 226, 
277 

" Franker, Baron of," in the Peerage of Scotland, 
vi. 268 

Franking letters, i. 57, 133, 175 ; v. 48, 216, 274 

Frankland (Sir T.), his daughters and Hoppner, 
x. 168, 233, 294, 374 ; xii. 232, 337 



Franklin (Benjamin) on genealogy, ii. 64 
Franklin (W.), clock made by, ii. 448, 513 
Franks (H. E.) on John Butler, M.P. for Sussex, 

iii. 257. Southwold Church, figures and 

emblems, iii. 498. Wesley and the wig, iv. 36. 
Franks (I. B.) = W. H. Cooper, 1787, ix. 250 
Fraser (A.) on the farmers of Aylesbury, xi. 453 
Fraser (G. M.) on blood used in building, iii. 174. 

French words in Scotch, x. 132. Guild (William), 

xii. 34. Inferior clergy, their appellations, x. 

250. Knights Templars, iv. 10, 34. Scots 

Greys, x. 396. Yew tree, xii. 477 
Fraser (James) of Phopachy, his pedigree, x. 330 
Frederick the Great, his kingcraft, vi. 341 ; 

his MSS. in England, vii. 47 
Frederick Lewis, eldest son of George II., lament 

at his death, i. 346 

Free Society of Artists, its history, vii. 344 
Free trade = smuggling, first used, ii. 250, 317 
Freeholders temp. Elizabeth, x. 470 ; xi. 72 
Freeman (Conrade), of Greenwich, 1554, ix. 6 
Freeman (E. A.), J. R. Green on his ' Norman 

Conquest,' i. 225, 294 ; on Gladstone's ' Studies 

on Homer,' xii. 170, 217 
Freeman (G.) on French Revolution, vii. 48 
Freeman (J. J.) on rollups, iv. 308. Swinburne, 

i. 49 
Freeman (Rev. Samuel), d. 1707, his burial-place 

x. 148, 233 

Freemason, Francis Linley, a blind, ii. 269 
Freemasonry, and Richard Steele, vii. 268, 392 ; 

early organized, viii. 425 ; T. Carlyle and R. 

Carlile on, xi. 370, 437 ; xii. 13, 49, 58 ; and 

Sir Christopher Wren, xii. 286 
Freewill on tenn6 : sanguine : Erminites, ix. 55 
French, days and months in, vii. 290 
French alphabetical skit, 1818, viii. 485 
French anonymous biographies, 1866, x. 128 
French assignats of the Revolution, vi. 149, 
French ballads inquired after, viii. 89 
French burdens to English songs, ii. 267 
French camp at Sandgate, or Sandgatte, viii. 218 
French-Canadian literature, viii. 29, 57, 173 
French character, Chateaubriand on, ix. 129 
French chateaux in the South of France, vi. 68 
French cloister in England, i. 207 
French coat of arms, x. 209, 258, 295 
French <$migr6s in London, viii. 189 
French Gazette, referred to in ' Marmion,' x. 268 
French heraldry, ii. 267 ; vi. 349 
French miniature painter, i. 86, 137, 171, 211, 237 
French novel entitled ' Chateau de Tours,' ii. 129 
French peerage, works on, x. 289, 338 
French poems and folk-songs, i. 409 
French proverbial phrases, i. 3, 485 ; ii. 404 ; 

iii. 203, 204 ; iv. 504 ; v. 243 
French proverbs collected by Abb6 Tuet, vii. 

49 
French refugee bishops in England, viii. 87, 149, 

171 
French refugees in London, their burial-places, 

i. 517 ; ii. 58 

French regiments in English pay, ix. 130 
French Revolution, Farmers-General executed, i. 

127, 174 ; its bibliography, vii. 48 
French Revolution pottery, iv. 228, 252, 292 
French slang words, vii. 8, 50, 153 
French teaching at Stratford-at-Bow, vi. 326 
French Testament, 1551, viii. 108 
French wills, mode of procedure, ix. 50 
French words of uncertain origin, iii. 222, 445 
French words in Scotch, ix. 369, 450 ; x. 132, 274, 

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TENTH SEEIES. 



107 



French workman's badge, broom plant as, vii. 466 
Frenchman on Gourbillon, viii. 170 
Freshman, earliest use of the term, ii. 467 
' Freshman " women, the term in America, ii. 26C 
Fresshingfield, Suffolk, coffin-shaped chapel at, i. 

493 
Frey (A. R.), his ' Sobriquets and Nicknames, 

vii. 366 

Friar Tuck in the Patent Rolls, 1429-36, ix. 47 
Friday, Nippylug, v. 247 
Friday Street, Surrey place-name, its origin, 

x. 129 

Friedland on Victor, Duke of Belluno, vi. 428 
Friedrichsen (G.) on Schiller's ' Wallensteins Tod,' 

xii. 428 

Friendly Brothers of St. Patrick, ante 1751, x. 308 

Friends, Society of, and burial-ground memorials, 

ix. 188, 233, 297, 336, 434 ; their burial and 

mourning habits, x. 31, 150, 237, 334 

Frieze, pronunication of the word, vii. 245, 316 

Frigates, steerage in, xii. 470 

Frith (W. P.), picture of Swift and Vanessa, i. 67 

Frittars or greaves of the whale, vii. 426 ; viii. 36 

Frock, clothing term, misused by foreigners, xii. 

284 
Frodsham (Bridge), 1734-68, his biography, xii. 

449 

Frog-cup Sunday in Buckinghamshire, ix. 405 
Froissart, heraldry in, x. 369, 452 
' From whence," the phrase, i. 99, 55 
Fronsac (Viscount F. de) on Canadian College of 

Arms, v. 87 

Frost (F. C.) on arms, 1653, viii. 415. Crowns in 
tower of church, i. 38. Devon provincialisms, 
vi. 33. Drake (Eleanor, Lady), viii. 415. Drake 
(Dr. H. H.), iii. 165. Dyspeptic History of 
Stafford, viii. 290 ; ix. 276. Edward IV.'s 
standard-bearer, xii. 147. Heraldic surname, 
vi. 78. Lundy Island, iv. 16. Pinchbeck 
family, iv. 77. Proverbs, two old, viii. 55. 
Royal Society of St. George, vi. 495. St. 
Edith, vi. 71. Scarlet pimpernel, xii. 166. 
Smoking and blind men, ix. 376. " Spurrings," 
or banns, and lameness, xii. 498. Truckee, ix. 
196 
Frost (M. H.) on water-colour portrait, c. 1850, 

vii. 270 

Frost, and its forms, i. 67, 116, 158 ; and Don- 
caster Races, iv. 246 

Frost Fair, 1739-40, prints of, x. 350, 433 
Froude (J. A.) on York Minster, i. 290 
Fro udes = stuff ed dates, xi. 430 
Frowyk family and Oxgate Manor, Willesden, 

ix. 404 

Frozen words, a nautical yarn, i. 3 
Fruitarian, derivation of the word, xii. 427, 511 
Frusan, Fruzan, female Christian name, xi. 349 
Fry (Caroline), author of ' Christ our Example,' 

ix. 35 

Fry (Mrs. Elizabeth), her burial-place, x. 150 
Fry (E. A.) on Anahuac, ii. 476. Bankes of Corfe 
Castle, v. 372. Bossom (John), xii. 275. 
Brett (Sir Alexander), x. 352. Domesday, iii. 
233. Dummer family, iv. 315. Edwinstowe, 
Manor Court, Notts, ii. 536. Elizabeth (Queen), 
her household, x. 276. Flying bridge, ii. 491. 
Guelderland (Duke of) : Duke of Lorraine, v. 
313. Henley (George), x. 92. Parish docu- 
ments, ii. 476. Percy (Hugh), iii. 97. Perse- 
house : Sabine, iii. 251. Quotations, English 
and Spanish, ii. 373. Rokewood : Style : 
Townsend, v. 488. Scalus (Thomas de), vi. 394. 
Schools during the Civil War, viii. 395. 



Fry (J. F.) on Greenwich Fair, ii. 292. Lepel 

(Molly), her descent, iii. 172 
Fry (L. D.) on Manzoni's ' Bethrothed,' ii. 238 
Fryer (Dr. John), d. 1733, his biography, ix. 308 
Fryes, as browse for cattle, c. 1632, xii. 428, 494 
Fulcenale in old inquisition, its meaning, vii. 507 ; 

viii. 92, 296 

Fulford (John), Westminster scholar, xii. 209 
Fulham Bridge, coloured print of, iv. 509 ; v. 35 
Fulham manuscripts : parochial library, 1724, 

vi. 367 

Fullarton (Mrs. E. M.) on Turton, xi. 289 

Fuller ( J. F. ) on Chantrey and Mrs. Jordan, ix. 489. 

Edinburgh stage : Bland, Glover, Jordan, 

vii. 89, 131, 191, 354. Pellican family, xii. 268. 

Fuller (T.)f his use of the word 'tailed," xii. 

347, 398, 454 

Fullerton (A. G.), his biography, i. 113 
Fullerton (John), Westminster scholar, 1745, v. 

309 

Fulling days, meaning of the term, ii. 389 
Full-stop, its origin, ii. 301. 

Fulton (Robert), inventor, his biography, ix. 128. 
Fulture, use of the word, i. 225, 296 
Funeral and burial, c. 1413, distinction between, 

viii. 9, 73 

Funeral and right of way, viii. 120 
Funeral bell, origin of the custom, i. 308, 350 
Funeral customs in Devonshire, v. 48 
Funeral garlands at Abbott's Ann, v. 427 ; vi. 

155, 254, 396 

Funeral invitations in Scotland, seventeenth- 
century, v. 487 ; vi. 54 

Funeral refreshments at Giggleswick, xi. 287 
Funerals, skeletons at, ii. 48 
Funereal inscriptions, Latin, ix. 449 
Furness Abbey, ancient clause concerning, xii. 249 
Furniture, antique, its collection, ix. 389, 496 
Furnival's Inn, portraits of Lords Raymond and 
Pengelly at, i. 288; and Charles Dickens, vii. 
406 

Furnivall (F. J.) on Browning's ' A Miniature, 
i. 201. Chaucer's tomb, i. 28. Couplets of the 
dove, ix. 188. Fortune Theatre in 1649, i. 85. 
Holyoake (G. J.) and Chartists, v. 156. * Mac- 
beth,' ' Tempest,' and storm of 1703, v. 161. 
Pope's Shakespeare Quarto, x. 107. Sh{ ^" 
speare's compliment to Elizabeth, ix. 125. 
Shakespeariana, iv. 284. Throat-cutting at 
public executions, x. 128 
Furzing cards, vii. 186 

Fusil in heraldry, its derivation, ix. 90, 173 
Fylde oath, its terms, xi. 509 ; xii. 56 
Fylmand or foumart = polecat, iv. 55 
Fynmore (A.) on the midwife toad, ix, 2do. 

Pimlico : Eyebright, xi. 415 

Fynmore (Col. R. J.) on authors of quotations, 
ix. 393. Balloons and flying machines, xii. 1 95. 
Barnard & Staples, bankers, xi. 252. Beacons- 
field and the primrose, xi. 37. Bells, v. 34. 
Blackburn (Archbishop), viii. 415. Blackwell 
(Barnaby), banker, viii. 73. ' Bonnie Cravat, 
tavern sign, x. 365. Boys (Capt. Thomas), xi. 
487. Bradley (Dr. J.), Astronomer Royal, xn. 
489. Bream's buildings viii. 206. Breedon 
family, ix. 454. Brerewood (Edward), v. 258. 
Cainsford, Gloucestershire, xii. 367. Calf hill 
family, v. 9. Castle (Edmund), ix. 409. Castle 
(T.) and John Gill, ix. 409. Cawood family, 
ii. 515. Centenarian voters, v. 187. Chemists 
coloured glass bottles, v. 356. Cherry in place- 
names, vi. 177. Chichele's kin, vi. 153. 
Claringbold of Rolling Court, co. Kent, vi. 448. 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Clergy in wigs, x. 16. Common hangman, viii. 

336. Cooke (Sir Anthony), his wife, viii. 75. 
County tales, ii. 111. Coxe of Clent and Swyn- 
ford, x. 115. Cromwell (Oliver), his head, 
xi. 390. Cross-legged knights, v. 314. ' Curse 
of Seaforth,' v. 233. Death after lying, x. 376. 
De Keleseye or Kelsey family, iii. 255. Demont 
(Matthew Diamondbuld), viii. 69. Diabolo : 
lorio, viii. 374. Dickens and the lamplighter's 
ladder, ix. 430. Dog-names, ii. 234, 470. Dover 
Pier, v. 418. Duel, last, with swords in 
England, xii. 378, 478. Dutton and Seaman 
families, vii. 266. Dwight surname, vi. 376. 
Eburne's ' Plaine Pathway,' 1624, viii. 410. 
Effigies of heroic size in churches, viii. 433. 
Epitaph at Wye, Kent, vi. 187. Estates held 
by peculiar tenures, ix. 197. Family societies, 
ix. 486. Fencible Regiment, v. 337. Fenner 
family, vi. 350. Finnis Street, x. 15. Fisher 
(Rev. Samuel), i. 156. Flaying alive, i. 155. 
Fleetwood (Bishop) W., ix. 232. Flintwinch 
(Affery), v. 78. ' Folkestone Fiery Serpent,' 
x. 508. Fonts, desecrated, ii. 254. Fyninore 
(R. J.) on Fettiplace, i. 473. GUI (Capt. 
Charles), R.N., x. 50. Glencoe massacre, 
vii. 287. " Going a-gooding," iv. 527. Gower, 
a Kentish hamlet, xi. 95. Grey (Lady Mary), 
ii. 405. Hamlet as a Christian name, viii. 
155. Harvey's birthplace, x. 9, 174. Here- 
ditary Herb-strewer to Royal Family, xii. 
354. Hewson (Sir John), vi. 373. Hill 
(Benson Earle), iii. 472 ; iv. 114. Hogarth's 
House, Chiswick, xii. 486. Howard (Sir 
George), field -marshal, vii. 235. Hudson 
(Henry), his descendants, iv. 357. Huntingdon 
(Earl of), v. 487. Hutchinson (Col.) and San- 
down Castle, viii. 190. Isles family, viii. 17. 
Iver, Bucks : Gallyhill, viii. 77. Ivy Lane, 
Strand, v. 175. Jacobite wineglasses, i. 293. 
Jenkyn, Little John, &c., v. 155. Junius 
claimant, vii. 206. Kay, Clerk of the Green 
Cloth, viii. 271. Keeler (Rear- Admiral), xi. 
412. Kelsall (John), Mayor of Chester, xii. 
157. Kennet (B.), Vicar of Bradford, vii. 217. 
Kennett (Bishop White), his father, i. 73. Ken- 
nett arms, vii. 506. Kent, East Indiaman, x. 
477. Keyes (Thomas), viii. 147. Laconic 
letters, v. 171, 197. Ladies riding sideways, 
viii. 235. ' Letters left at the Pastry-Cook's,' 
x. 475. " Lombard Street to a China orange," 
viii. 136. Mannings and Tawell, i. 255. Mason 
(Sir John), x. 487. Majors elected in churches, 
xii. 337. Mead (Dr. William), v. 337. Men of 
family as parish clerks, viii. 517. Military 
canal at Sandgate, xii. 334. Monoux (George), 
viii. 91 ; x. 57. Muscovy Company : Baltic 
Company, vi. 252. Napoleon's carriage, x. 275. 
Neale (Admiral) and Atkinson family, viii. 418. 
Nelson and Walmer Castle, viii. 310. " Now 
thus," x. 502. Oxford University Volunteers, 
v. 216. Parry and Perry families, xii. 435. 
Peirce (Sir Edmund), Kt., viii. 490. Penny 
wares, ii. 415 ; iii. 17. Pharos at Dover 
Castle, vi. 393. Pightle : pikle, v. 470. Pil- 
grims' Ways, ii. 212. Pincerna (Richard), ii. 92. 
Polish Dragoons : Jager, xi. 256. Poll-books, 
viii. 76. Princess Royal, the title, viii. 35. 
Public service, long, vii. 7. Radcliffe (Ann), iv. 
76. Rendez-vous, v. 306. Renzi (Sir Matthew 
de), x. 433. Ruby Wedding, xii. 55. St. 
Bridget's Bower, i. 137. St. Leger family, vi. 
406. Salford : Saltersford : Saltersgate, x. 

337. Seaman (Dutton), City Comptroller, xi. 



29. Sea-urchin, vi. 73. Ships renamed after 
the Restoration, xi. 73. Skrimshander, vi. 517. 
Snodgrass as a surname, x. 113. ' Sobriquets 
and Nicknames,' vii. 431. " Star and Garter 
Tavern," Pall Mall, x. 296. ' Steer to the Nor'- 
Nor'-West,' iv. 132. Stowe (Mrs. H. Beecher) 
on Byron, xii. 370. Stubbs (George), ix. 250. 
Stubbs (Sir T. W.), ii. 189 ; iii. 98. Sweers 
(Cornelius), viii. 230. Thompson (Mr.), of 6th 
Dragoons, v. 432. Tildens of Tenterden, xii. 
258. ' Times ' as " The Thunderer," ix. 397. 
Trafalgar : last survivor, iv. 485. Turner 
(J. M. W.) and Sandgate, v. 127. Vachell, ix. 
474. Vastern, v. 198. Violinists, female, v. 
454. Vowels on monuments, v. 169. Ward 
(Baron), ii. 296. Webb (Richmond), xi. 297. 
Weed=tobacco, ix. 274. Will, shortest, v. 
206. William III.'s horse, ix. 377. William 
of Wykeham, i. 278. Wilson ("Jock"), ix. 
273. Woman with masculine name, ix. 518. 
' Yong Souldier,' i. 477. Yorkshire dialect, iv. 
190 

Q 

G, hard or soft, its pronunciation, vi. 129, 190, 236 ; 

vii. 114 

G. on Child's (Miss) elopement, x. 293. Children 
at executions, x. 298. Dickens on half -baptized, 
x. 294. Flying machines, xii. 417. Macaulay 
on Dryden, xii. 375. Military bank-note : Fort 
Montague, xi. 17. Parliamentary applause : its 
earliest use, x. 296. Purfly, its meaning, xi. 292. 
Wortley family of Barnsley, x. 209 
G. (A.) on authors of quotations wanted, x. 448. 
" Badger in the bag," i. 289. Cote (Nanny 
Natty) : Lucy Locket, xi. 268. Dutch boy and 
the dyke, xii. 50. El-Serujah, x. 469. " Feed 
the brute," i. 348. Marshall (Stephen), ix. 517. 
Three tailors of Tooley Street, ii. 468. Wislez 
(Mile. C.), vi. 289, 396 ' 

G. (A. B.) on Shakespeare statuette, xii. 245 
G. (A. J. C.) on Samuel Nettleship, viii. 170. 
G. (A. W.) on City poU-books, vi. 328. ' History 
of Parish Registers,' ix. 170. Provincial book- 
sellers, v. 492 
G. (B. H.) on corks, ii. 391 
G. (D.) on " lie " in Scotch documents, xii. 388 
G. (E. N.) on Scott illustrators, vii. 10 ; ix. 378 
G. (F.) on glowworm or firefly, i. 47. Robin a 

Bobbin, i. 172 

G. (F. W.) on blood used in building, iii. 372 
G. (G. G.) on Polinda and Albarosa, vii. 190. 

" What wants that knave ? " vii. 169 
G. (G. H.) on authors wanted, vi. 368 ; xi. 88 
G. (G. J.) on Dickens quotation, viii. 210 
G. (H. C.) on German quotation, i. 248 
G. (I.) on springs flowing to the south, vii. 90 
G. (I. B.) on Canadian natural dyes, x. 348 
G. (J.) on Compter Prison, iii. 254. French novel, 
ii. 129. Gainsborough, architect, c. 1300, xi. 
449. Gainsborough's descendants, xi. 169. 
Gainsborough's wife, x. 509. Portrait, c. 
1790, vi. 170 

G. (J. D.) on authors of quotations, viii. 508 
G. (J. P.) on Oxford epigram, x. 367 
G. (J. R. F.) on ' Merry Thoughts in a Sad Place,* 

i. 193. " Was you ? " and " You was," ii. 72 
G. (J. R. H.) on authors of quotations wanted, 

vii. 374. Napoleon's carriage, vii. 357 
G. (J. W.) on arms of Lincoln, i. 168. Dowdall's 
' Traditionary Anecdotes of Shakespeare,' i. 128 
G. (L. I.) on Vicomte de Cr&nail, ix. 50, 277 
G. (L. P.) on peacock as a Christmas symbol, v. 69 



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109 



G. (M. N.) on John Adams's epitaph, v. 245. 
American Loyalists, i. 313. Authors of quota- 
tions wanted, x. 454, 476 ; xi. 9 ; xii. 335. 
Avalon, ii. 411. Bank-note sandwich, xi. 515. 
Baskish inscriptions in Newfoundland, v. 513. 
' Brown Bess " applied to a musket, v. 154. 
Corunna : bearer of the news, xi. 212. De 
Lancey (Sir William, H.), v. 72. " Feed the 
brute," i. 416. Fouche" on Mary Stuart, viii. 49. 
French proverbial phrases, iv. 504. Goethe, vi. 
38. Hell, Heaven, and Paradise, ii. 354. " I 
lighted at the foot," &c., ii. 412. Kent (Duke 
of), his children, vii. 115, 172. Laconic letters, 
v. 234. Lincoln (Abraham) and European 
politicians, vii. 275, 433. Marlborough and 
Shakespeare, i. 352. Matches in Congreve, 
vii. 351. Naval foe, mysterious, xi. 347 ; 
xii. 113. Obsolete English games, vii. 512. 
Paffer, x. 56. Proverbs in the Waverley Novels, 
ii. 37. Quotations wanted, v. 489. Semaphore 
signalling, xi. 272. ' Sobriquets and Nick- 
names,' vii. 431. Sporting clergy before the 
Reformation, ii. 294. Willie (William), i. 315. 
Words and phrases in American newspapers, 
xii. 11 

G. (M. T.) on Melton cloth, Melton jacket, iv. 490 
G. (P.) on Latin genitives in floriculture, v. 309 
G. (P. T.) on bus for omnibus, viii. 147. Pie : tart, 

viii. 134 

G. (Q. F.) on Algernon Sidney, ix. 469 
G. (B. B.) on Newington Place, xii. 268 
G. (S.) on curious Christian names, i. 170. Sloan 

surname, xii. 228 
G. (S. F.) on Fontainebleau, ii. 248. Seville Maze, 

iii. 54 
G. (W.) on O. W. Holmes 'on citizenship, vii. 

249 
G. (W. B.) on ' Memoirs of a Stomach,' i. 27. 

Webster (Daniel), ii. 407 
G. (W. H. M.) on " As merry as griggs," i. 36. 

' Phenix,' 1707, iii. 89 
Gaboriau, English translation of his ' Marquis 

d'Angival,' i. 428 ; ii. 58 

Gabriel, slaver, and 18-gun brig Acorn, xii. 28 
Gadsden (W. J.) on Norden's ' Speculum Britan- 

niae,' iv. 12 

Gadyr, calf's, meaning of the term, ii. 467 
Gaelic, Scriptures in, iii. 289 
Gaelic inscriptions in the Isle of Man, ii. 44 
Gage (G.) on ' Havelock's March,' vi. 349 
Gage (John) of Firle and John Gage of Haling, vi. 

468 

Gage family, notes on early members, viii. 241 
Gage family of Bentley, Framfield, vii. 102 
Gaidoz (H.) on British envoy at Warsaw, x. 327. 
Drinking tobacco, xii. 455. " Esprit de 
1'escalier," vii. 250. Hotel servants, xii. 366. 
Hugo (Victor), his property in England, vi. 
488. ' In cauda venenum," iii. 428. Lizards 
and music, xi. 167. Macaulay's letters to 
Randall, vi. 507. Nash (David William), ix. 372. 
' One shoe off and one shoe on," xii. 118. 
Pan-Germanic press, xii. 55. Russians and 
Japanese communications, iii. 347. Vowel- 
shortening, x. 111. Women and wine-making, 
vii. 256 

Gainsborough (T.), his Masonic portrait of the 
Earl of Chatham, i. 427 ; pictures with Pomer- 
anian dog, v. 288 ; his portraits of Miss Coghlan 
of Bath, ix. 9 ; on portrait painting, c. 1793, 
90 ; his wife, x. 509 ; at Richmond, 1780-87, 
xi. 149 ; his descendants, 169 ; list of signed 
pictures, 368 



Gainsborough, architect, c. 1300, xi. 449 ; xii. 

18, 93, 155 
Gairdner (J.) on Cranmer and Boleyn family, iv. 

201 

Galabank on Ralph, Lord Hopton, y. 409 
Galapine, meaning of the word, ii. 447, 531 ; 

iii. 252 

Galbraith family, vi. 110 
Gales (P. L.) on crows and rain, x. 88 
Galileo, portraits of, ii. 426, 492 ; his famous 

exclamation, xii. 185 

' Gallants of Fowey," origin of the title, i. 505 
Gallery, the = Press Gallery, vi. 146 
Galletti (A.) on bceijan or bceijang, xii. 467 
Galleywood, near Chelmsford, race-course round 

the church, viii. 77 
Gallic (G.) on Gallic surname, v. 309 
Gallie surname, v. 309, 394, 454 
Galloway (S.) on Job Heath, iii. 468 
Gallows of alabaster, iv. 189, 276 
Gaily (P. and P.), prints by, vi. 428 
Gaily Hill, c. 1517, origin of the name, vi. 450 ; 

vii. 292 

Galpin (A. J.) on headless dolls, v. 307 
Galton (Rev. Arthur), his writings, i. 349, 413 
Galwey (H.) on Neil and Natt Gow, xii. 108 
Gamage (William Dick), his biography, ii. 249, 334 
Gambal, gambrel, or gamble, use of the word, 

i. 412 
Gamble (T.), manufacturer of artificial eyes, 1734, 

x. 352 

Gambler detected at Scarborough, viii. 189 
Gambo, a Welsh cart, its derivation, v. 41 
Gambrick, Cornish word, vi. 350, 436 
Game and elephant, picture of man with, x. 109 
Gamelshiel Castle, Haddingtonshire, its history, 
vii. 8, 56 

Games : 

Action, viii. 206 

As the farmer sows his seed, x. 169, 217, 273, 

352 

Badger in the bag, i. 289, 355 
Bilbocatch, ix. 68 
Brelan, v. 29, 114, 177 
Bumble-puppy, vii. 306, 456 ; viii. 72, 293 
Chop the wood, ix. 227 
Comet, card game, xi. 489 ; xii. 15 
Corks, ii. 347, 391, 452 
Cotswold, ix. 146 
Croquet or tricquet, ii. 8 
Diabolo : lorio, viii. 65, 287, 374 
Dobbin, ii. 348 ; iii. 237 
FootballatSconeonFastern'sTuesday.xi.309 

Four corners, vi. 69, 156. 235 

Genesis, iii. 238 

Gleek, vii. 362, 512 

Hopscotch, xii. 329, 375 

King of the Barbarines, vi. 320 

Lorio. See Diabolo. 

Mawe, 1559-97, x. 468 

Medieval, viii. 369, 456 ; ix. 476 

Nine men's morris, vi. 128, 177, 214 

Noble Duke of York, viii. 494 

Nuts in May, xi. 344, 437 

Obsolete English, vii. 361, 402, 511 

Olympic, in England, x. 147 

Once in China there lived a man, ii. 507 

Orkney, xi. 445, 446 

Pall mall, ix. 250, 310 

Petits chevaux, ix. 110 

Pit-counter, v. 407 

Portobello, vii. 88, 198, 277, 355 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Games: 

Prime ro, yii. 53 

Robin's alive, xii. 86 

Spellicans, viii. 449, ; ix. 15, 115 

Stagga bob-tail warning, xii. 149 

State, i. 226 

Tarot cards, v. 407, 452 

Ticky touchwood, vi. 130, 174, 230, 476 

Tricquet or croquet, ii. 8 

Truss-fail, x. 490 

Gamester's superstition : lizard with two tails, viii. 
328, 391 

Gamma on Col. Hugh Forbes, v. 448 

Gammack (J.) on fraudulent American diplomas 
and degrees, i. 44 

Gamul family of Chester, ix. 270 

Gandy (E.) on armorial bearings, vi. 316. Beer 
sold without a licence, viii. 232. Cirencester 
Town Hall, ix. 218. Estates held by peculiar 
tenures, viii. 389. Hot-cross buns, x. 157. 
Police-office : police-court, vi. 494. " Whip- 
ping the cat," x. 198 

Gandy (J. P.), R.A. ; designer of Exeter Hall, viii. 
337 

Gantillon (P. J. F.) on Byroniana, ii. 55. Curious 
Christian names, i. 26 

Gray's Elegy ' in Latin, ii. 93 

Gaol literature, xi. 428, 510 

Garage, use and derivation of the word, v. 188 

' Gard. Chron.' on Cox's orange pippins, viii. 33 

Garden (Alexander), M.D., ' D.N.B.' on, i. 328, 
417 

Garden (Francis), his ancestry, vi. 429 

Garden. See Gordon (Thomas). 

Garden, last private, in City of London, ix. 346 

Garden at Oxford admired by Wesley, i. 349 

Garden of Eden, Scotch, vii. 162 

Garden pennies, iii. 17 

Garden song in ' Quality Street,' viii. 129 

Gardens, Maxwell on, i. 288, 357 ; John Wesley 
and, iii. Ill 

Gardiner (A.) on " Barrar," i. 434. ' Lady of the 
Lake,' ix. 132. ' Swiss Family Robinson,' xi. 
351 

Gardiner (Egerton) on High Stewards, xii. 428 

Gardiner (R. F.) on pie : tart, viii. 432. Twelve 
surname, xii. 197 

Gardner (E. L.) on " Gin a Bogie meet a Bogie," 
xii. 509 

Garfield (General) on genealogy, ii. 64 

Garibaldi, origin of the name, iv. 67, 132, 235 ; 
his visit to Mazzini's grave, viii. 86 ; " For the 
shame of Aspromonte," x. 247 ; his remains, 
xii. 328 

Garioch, pronunciation of the name, v. 9, 56 ; 
x. 298. 

Garlanding, custom near Oxford, ii. 75 

Garlands, funeral, v. 427 ; vi. 155, 254, 396 

Garlic, its curative virtues, ii. 538 ; called country- 
man's treacle, xi. 28, 173 

Garnet (Henry), Jesuit, his birthplace, viii. 446 

Garnet (J.) on " Honest broker," ii. 452 

Garnett (F. W. R.) on Bacchanals or Bag-o'- 
Nails, vi. 490. Lowry, 437. " Over fork : fork 
over," vii. 93. Tye, ix. 78 

Garnett (Dr. Richard), his death, v. 319, 367 ; 
and astrology, 437 

Garrett (R. M.) on Shakespeariana, iv. 284 

Garrett and Gerald surnames, xii. 345 

Garrick (David), ' The Jubilee ' printed at Water- 
ford, i. 85 ; commemorative tablet, ii. 425 ; 
and the Preston Jubilee, vii. 227, 276, 417 



Garrick on " Character is fate," ii. 426 

Garstin (E. C. ) on poem on boy and his curls, xii. 88 

Garum, a sauce, and punch, xi. 466 

Gascoigne (George), poet, his biography, viii. 189 ; 

his ' Jocasta ' and Euripides, x. 125 
Gascoigne (Judge) and Prince Harry, xi. 121, 177 
Gaskell (Lady Catherine Milnes), her ' Prose 

Idylls of the West Riding,' ix. 207 
Gaskell (Mrs. E. C.), Whitby in ' Sylvia's Lovers,' 

i. 187 ; allusion in ' Carnford,' vii. 188, 235, 

273 ; ' Heart of John Middleton,' ix. 430, 49b ; 

her ' Moorland Cottage,' x. 89 
GaskeU family, ix. 248 

Gaskin (F. W.) on Warren Hastings trial, vii. 248 
Gaspar Manor, Stourton, Somerset, xii. 268, 337 
Gastrell (Rev. Francis) and Shakespeare's home, 

iv. 47, 115 
Gataker (Thomas), 1574-1654, ' D.N.B.' on, vi. 

266 
Gatehouse family of King Somborne, Hampshire, 

ix. 351 

Gates, closed, instances, v. 249 
Gates, kissing, ii. 395 
Gates, lych, in England, viii. 268, 354 
Gatton (Sarah ) = Richard Cromwell, viii. 408 
Gatton, inscription on urn at Town Hall, vi. 8, 57, 

172 

Gat-toothed, Chaucer's use of the word, vi. 347 
Gauden (Bishop John), ' D.N.B.' on, i. 307 
Gaudy-day, use of the word, 1567, ix. 326 
Gaume (Abb6), his ' Le Ver Rongeur des Societes 

Modernes,' v. 270, 416, 492 
Gaunox, word in court roll, 1511, xi. 250, 357 
Gaveller, derivation of the word, iv. 7 
Gavial, zoological ghost-word, ix. 446 
Ga volt, Yiddish term, x. 365 
Gay (John), manuscripts found in a chair, i. 475 ; 

his ' Beggar's Opera ' in Dublin, iii. 364 ; 

iv. 91 ; and at Bath, iii. 365 
Gayette, Rocher de, tradition of its cleft, vii. 329, 

419 
Gayfere (Thomas) master mason of Westminster 

Abbey, xi. 286 
Gayfere Street, Westminster, origin of the name, 

xi. 286 

Gaynesford monument at Carshalton, xi. 208 
Gaythorpe (H.) on Nonconformist burial-grounds, 

x. 334. Piddle as a land measure, x. 326. 

Walney Island names, i. 387. Wigan bell 

foundry, v. 377 

Gaze (W. C.) on James O'Brien, xii. 511 
Geard, etymology of the word, x. 306 
Gearing (H.) on antelope as crest, viii. 229. Cape 

Town Cemetery, viii. 106, 253 
Gedney Church, Lincolnshire, its history, x. 248, 

310 
Gedd or Geddes (Dr. Patrick), Scotch physician at 

Santiago, i. 230 
Gee (Edward), clerk in Six Clerks' Office, d. 1747, 

ix. 389 
Geffery (Sir Robert), Lord Mayor, his biography, 

vi. 264, 303 
Geikie (Sir Archibald), his ' Founders of Geology,' 

vi. 444 

Geisendorfer (W.) on ' Letters left at the Pastry- 
Cook's,' x. 427 
Gemmell (W.) on dapifer : ostiarius, viii. 48. 

Gamelshiel Castle, Haddingtonshire, vii. 8. 

Gamul of Chester, ix. 207. Kilmarnock docu- 
ment of 1547, viii. 271 
Genealogical and Historical Society of Great 

Britain, iv. 230 
Genealogical notes in books, viii. 381 



TENTH SERIES. 



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Genealogical queries, viii. 189 
Genealogical research, iv. 246 ; aids to, vi. 345 
Genealogies in preparation, iv. 467 
Genealogist on Bight Hon. William Conolly, vi. 
354. Courtesy titles and remarriage, vi. 209, 
472. Docwra (Sir Henry), ix. 31, 215. Sargent 
(H. Martyn), ix. 228, 335. Scully family of 
Tipperary, viii. 347 
Genealogist's Guide,' Marshall's supplement to, 

vii. 347 ; viii. 52, 153 

Genealogy, new sources of, i. 187, 218, 258, 396, 
512 ; American; ii. 63 ; xi. 49, 175 ; in Dumas, 
ii. 427, 496 ; vii. 137 ; middle-class family, vi. 
48 ; county royal descents, ix. 148 ; Italian, 
x. 449 ; xi. 14, 73 ; circulating library pro- 
posed, xi. 5, 78 ; missing compilations, 347 
Generals and the enemy, saying about, xii. 268 
Generosus, English equivalent of the word, vii. 109 
Generous, use of the word in A.V., xi. 246 
Genesis, a children's game, iii. 238 
Geneva and Calvin, phrase connecting, xii. 67 
Genevieve Collection, its whereabouts, ii. 369 
Genius, its definition, ii. 24, 94 ; viii. 320 ; 
and heredity, vii. 170, 236, 433 ; musical, viii. 33 
' Genius by Counties,' iv. 287, 329, 474 
Gennadius (J.) on Gibbon, ch. Ivi. note, iv. 8] , 370. 

Mediterranean, xi. 10 

Genoa, Rubens's ' Palaces of Genoa,' i. 267 
" Gentle " Shakespeare, use of the word by Ben 

Jonson, iii. 69, 169, 290 

' Gentleman," by letters patent, iv. 88 ; Glouces- 
tershire definition, xi. 109, 172 
Gentleman, first, in Europe, ii. 309 
Gentlemanly, use of the word, ii. 24, 93 
Gentlemen's evening dress, changes in, vii. 48, 95 
Geography, Shakespeare's knowledge of, i. 51 ; x. 

346 

Geology, bibliographies of, vi. 229, 291 
Geordie on miners' greeting, iv. 391 
George I., and turnips, ii. 288, 349 ; the nightingale 

and death, vii. 409 ; viii. 57, 192, 354 
George II., Luna coinage, 1745, ix. 290 
George III., his birthday, iv. 26, 173 ; Thackeray 
on, 148, 273 ; his daughters, i\. 167, 236, 291, 
336, 493 ; v. 37, 192 ; viii. 29 ; and Sydenham 
Wells, iv. 389 ; his linguistic peculiarities, vii. 
87 ; Southy's 'Authentic Memoirs ' of, viii. 27, 
72; and Hannah Lightfoot, viii. 321, 402, 
483 ; ix. 24, 122, 264 ; and Lady Sarah Lennox, 
viii. 387 ; and Chiswick High Boad, ix. 2C 
George IV., the first gentleman in Europe, ii. 309 ; 
Chantrey's statue of, iii. 448 ; an appreciation, 
iv. 365 ; his coronation and Mrs. Fitzherbert, 
v. 227, 292 ; Byron on the Prince Begent, vi. 
165 ; ' Diary illustrative of Times of,' viii. 387, 
455 ; and John Barrow, ix. 308 ; his early 
household, x. 390 
George I.-IV., their statues in London, vii. 66, 

155 197 

George (H.) on Whitty Tree, i. 469 
George (Capt. Thorne) on capsicum, i. 73. Celtic 
titles, i. 14. Dee (Dr.), his magic mirror, i. 16. 
Envelopes, i. 133. Grenadier Guards, i. 30. 
Marriage registers, i. 9. Mary, Queen of Scots, 
i. 36. " Welsh rabbit," i. 70 
' George, P'ce of Salm Salm," ii. 249 
George as a Christian name, vii. 308, 375, 455, 513 
Georgia, W T illiam Stephens, President of, i. 144, 

216, 334 ; colony of, its foundation, vi. 345 
Georgian nobility, their ancestry, vi. 410 
Gerald and Garrett surnames, xii. 345 
Gerard (E.) on suppression of duelling in England, 
ii. 367 



Gerard (Ebenezer), artist, c. 1813-25 ; x. 446, 517 
Gerard (Sir William), Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 

his parentage, v. 369 

Gerbier (Sir Balthasar), his descendants, iii. 487 
Gerish (W. B.) on anchorites' dens, iii. 391. Bell 
customs at Sibson, xi. 16. Bell-ringing at 
weddings, xii. 308. Bequests payable in church 
porch, iv. 369. Blooding a witch, ix. 328. 
" Blow the cobwebs away," xi. 253. Break- 
spear (Nicholas), Pope Adrian IV., xi. 71. 
Burial half within a church, xi. 230. Carlyle on 
the Griffin, xi. 114. Chauncy (Sir Henry), i. 
66. Chauncy correspondence, iv. 265. Chim- 
ney-stacks, iv. 128. Clutterbuck (R.) on 
Thurtell and Weare, xii. 283. Commemorative 
tablets, i. 367. Cromwell (Bobina), iv. 376. 
' D.N.B.' : additions and corrections, ix. 182. 
Epitaph at Hunsdon, ix. 27. Epitaphiana, xi. 
504. Field memorials to sportsmen, xi. 116, 
297. Freeholders in time of Elizabeth, xi. 72. 
Garlic : onions for purifying water, xi. 173. 
Gibbets, iv. 251. Girdlestone, xii. 78. Goose 
with the golden feathers, xi. 145. Hare fore- 
casting fire, xi. 310. Hen, white, xii. 16. 
Hertford county biography, ii. 47. ' His end 
was peace," x. 517. Hocktide at Hexton, xi. 

488. Hudson (Geoffrey), the dwarf, x. 518. 
Incut, its meaning, xi. 257. ' Je ne viens qu'en 
mourant," iii. 50. Luppinos of Hertford and 
Ware, v. 289. Maid of the Mill, x. 350. 
Marriage House, i. 33. Maud House, c. 1300, xi. 
18. Mayers' Song, i. 7. Mead (Dr. William), v. 
228. Miller of Hide Hall, iii. 376. Monu- 
mental brasses in Meyrick collection, v. 8. 
Names terrible to children, xi. 53. Norden s 
4 Speculum Britannia,' iv. 75. ' Notes and 
Queries,' local, iii. 255. Piper's Hole, ix. 334. 
Place-names : their etymology, xi. 398. Poll- 
books, vii. 349. Potter's Bar : Seven Kings, xi. 
234. Pre-Beformation parsonages, ix. 37. 
Quick Wood, Clothall, x. 308. Babbits for 
luck, xi. 258. Boman death duties, ix. 10. 
St. Sunday, xi. 276. Salmon (Nathaniel), x. 

489. Sawbridgeworth legend, xii. 366. Scrope 
(Adrian), xi. 33. Shakespeare (John), ix. 9. 
" Spanish strapps " : " Morbus Gallicus, xi. 
49. Speech after removal of tongue, ix. 169. 
Wenham (Jane), Witch of Walkern, iv. 149. 
Wilbraham and Tabraham, x. 477. William 
the Conqueror and Barking, xii. 31. Witch- 
craft bibliography, xi. 386. Young (Edward), 
author of ' Night Thoughts,' xi. 34 

Germain (Lady Elizabeth), portraits of, 11. >o, 

156, 238 
German Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, vm. 

389 457 
German Emperor, and the Fishmongers' Company, 

iii. 148 ; and Poets Laureate, y. 187, 237, 315 
German Encyclopaedia, best, viii. 389, 457 
German-English dictionary, proper names in, 

ii. 9 ; xi. 384. 

German etchings dated 1833-48, ix. 468 
German leather bindings, x. 369 ; xi. 117 
German life, amusing book on, xi. 428 
German literature, Pope's influence on, i. 209, 336 
German place-name : Warlow, iii. 249, 335 
German prophecy, i. 396 
German quotation : ' Ohne Phosphor kein 

Gedanke," i. 248, 335 

German reprint of Leigarraga's books, i. 284, 315 
German Volkslied, " Es ist bestimmt," &c., ii. 

327, 351, 371 
Germans and Czechs, their antangonism, iv. 187 



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GENEBAL INDEX. 



Germany, history made in, i. 5 ; duelling in, iv. 
388, 455, 516 ; princely titles in, vi. 150, 255 ; 
English players in, 1592, viii. 305, 412, 518 

Oery (Thomas), Westminster scholar, 1704, iv. 
469 

* Gesta Romanorum,' and Tacitus, i. 6 ; Emperor 
Jovinian in, ix. 373 

Gestas, crucified thief, xi. 321, 394 

Gettatura, Italian gesture, iii. 214, 314 

Ghent, arms of city in fifteenth century, i. 168 ; 
" blancs chaperons " at, iii. 390 

Ghent on John of Gaunt's arms, x. 9 

Ghost at Epworth Parsonage, xii. 129, 197, 338, 
433 

Ghosts, Chinese and Japanese, i. 176 ; headless, 
iii. 448, 498 

Ghosts' markets, i. 206 

Ghost-words : almanvyvets, iii. 405, 498 ; 
Vescalion, iv. 28, 73 ; Phoorea, 105 ; in- 
stances of, vii. 347 ; gavial, ix. 446 ; Anglo- 
Saxon, x. 271 

Ghow (Neil). Sea Goto. 

Giacoso (Giuseppe) on Turin National Library, 
i. 387 

Giant legends in England, vi. 211 

Gibb (L. M.) on lustre ware, v. 110. Vamphorn, 
v. 110 

Gibbard (William), Westminster scholar, i. 329 

Gibbet as a landmark, ix. 371, 438 ; x. 56 

Gibbets, existing, iv. 229, 251, 296, 315, 376 

Gibbon (E.) his use of acrTpoirt\Kvs, iv. 167, 272, 
370 ; vi. 93 ; early editions of ' Decline and Fall ' 
in America, iv. 405 ; Newman and Coleridge 
on, v. 387, 435, 455 ; portrait by Reynolds, 
487 ; and the appellation Porphyrogenite, vi. 
187 ; manuscript of ' The Decline and Fall,' 
510 ; on the Quadi and Marcomanni, vii. 89 ; 
errors in Brougham's life of, viii. 386 ; para- 
graphs ending with " of," xi. 46 ; his parents, 
xii. 325 

Gibbons ( Elizabeth )= Matthew Diamondbuld De- 
mont, viii. 69, 213 

Giblett or Gyblett (William), Winchester scholar, 
vi. 189 

Gibson (Rev. C. Bernard), d. 1885, his biography, 
i. 106 

Gibson (Sir John), knighted 1735, his portrait, vii. 
69 

Gibson (W. J.) on authors of quotations, ix. 149, 
249 

Giffard (James), Westminster scholar, 1783, iv. 
289 

Giffard (John), Westminster scholar, 177b, iv. 
289 

Gifford (H. J.) on clock by W. Franklin, ii. 513. 
Japanese cards, i. 75 

Gifford family of King Somborne, Hampshire, viii. 
489 ; ix. 116 

Giggleswick, funeral refreshments at, xi. 287 

Gilbert (Adrian), ol Wilton, 1628, vii. 90 

Gilbert (G.) on English countess at Tunbridge 
Wells, xii. 368. MacElligott (Col. Roger), i. 
295. Newbourg (His Highness John William), 
Count Palatine, xii. 489. Quentin (Mrs.), viii. 
230. Restoration characters, xii. 328. Stuart 
(Jane), ii. 294 

Gilbert (C. D.) on Mrs. Carey, ii. 449. Mon- 
mouth cipher, ii. 411 

Gilbert (Sir Humphrey), his last words, xi. 447 ; 
xii. 391 

Gilbert (Richard), Westminster scholar, i. 408 

Gilbert (Thomas), Westminster scholar, i. 407 

Gilbert (Sir William) of Kilminchey, xii. 287 



Gilbert (W.) on Cheapside Cross, x. 57. Essex 
fatal to women, xii. 136. Family arms, x. 69. 
Marks Stone, ix. 237. Shalcross family, ix. 
210. " Though lost to sight," xi. 518. W'ords 
and phrases in American newspapers, xii. 11 
Gilbert (William), his ' Warden of St. Briavels,' ix. 
308 

Gilbert ( ), mathematician, c. 1687, iv. 369 

Gilbert family, v. 148 

Gilby (Antony), friend of Calvin and Knox, viii. 

131 

Gilchrist (J.) on Farrington, clockmaker, x. 69 
Gild churches in mediaeval tunes, v. 450 
Giles (Esther) = Dr. William Carson, c. 1800, v. 70 
Giles (Robert), d. 1578, his biography, i. 48 
Gill (A.) on thermometer scale, v. 128 
Gill (Capt. Charles), R.N., 1829-38, x. 50 
Gill (John), surgeon, 1822, ' D.N.B.' on, ix. 409 
Gill (Theo.) on lizards and music, xi. 277 
Gillespie's Hospital, Edinburgh, i. 217 
Gillman (C.) on ' Cantus Hibernici,' vii. 73. 
Crows and rain, x. 137. Death after lying, 
x. 157. German leather bindings, xi. 117. 
Glowworm or firefly, i. 156. Index saying, xi. 
255. Lappassit, xi. 149. Mulberry and quince, 
iv. 386. Palindrome, iii. 310. Peak and Pike, 
ii. 110. " Red ruin," vi. 30. Rune v. rhyme, 
vi. 332. Screaming skull, iv. 194. Tasso's 
' Aminta,' xi. 235. " Totum sume fluit," iv. 
391. Village names feminine, xi. 115 
Gillman (J.) and S. T. Coleridge, ix. 64 
Gills, Candlemas, origin of the custom, i. 36, 75 
Gilmour (W. T.) on ' The Outlaw,' viii. 231 
Gilpin (John), his route, iii. 120. Cowper's 

original, vii. 407, 516 

Gimerro, mixed breed of animal, i. 107, 156 
Gimignano, St. Fina of, i. 349, 415 
Gin distillery in Bermondsey, eighteenth-century, 

v. 349 

Ginevra, comedy acted in 1546, x. 268 
Gingerbread, gilt, its antiquity, xii. 107 
Giolla, its equivalent in English, iii. 249 
Gipsies, " Chigunnji," ii. 105, 158, 230 
Gipsies and snail-eating, x. 69, 134 
Gipsy of the sky = comet, xi. 349 
Giraffe, derivation of the word, xii. 206, 292 
Giralda on Scott's ' Search after Happiness,' xii. 

458 
Girardin (Madame de), formerly Delphine Gay, viii. 

169 

Girdlestone (R. B.) on Girdlestone, xii. 137 
Girdlestone, derivation of the name, xi. 448 ; 

xii. 78, 137 

Girl, etymology of the word, i. 245 
* Girl of the Period Miscellany,' 1869-70, x. 467, 

518 
Girl sentenced to be burnt alive, vi. 129, 176, 

235, 273 
Gironiere (Paul de la), his ' Vingt Annies aux 

Philippines,' v. 287 
Girtin (G. W. H.) on Massinger's ' Fatal Dowry,' 

i. 348 

Gissing (A.) on a Cornish apparition, ix. 325 
Giudiccioni (Bartolommeo), his cardinalitial title, 

ii. 7 
Gladstone (H. S.) on ' Oera Linda Book,' xii. 88, 

176 

Gladstone (R., Jun.) on " All right," xii. 228 
Gladstone (T.) and the bread riots in Leith, ii. 388 
Gladstone (Right Hon. W. E.), Disraeli on, ii. 67, 
110 ; as a playwright, iii. 89 ; armorial bear- 
ings, vi. 375 ; his Latin version of ' Rock of 
Ages,' vii. 369, 458 ; viii. 17 ; Glynnese 



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language, vii. 148 ; and "local option," viii. 50, 
196; his horsemanship, ix. 191, 234; his last 
moments, x. 68 ; Freeman on his ' Studies on 
Homer,' xii. 170, 217 
Gladwin family, ii. 207 
Glamis Castle, mystery of, x. 241, 311 
Glamorgan, not Glamorganshire, xi. 306, 498 ; 

xii. 118 
Glanville (C. L.) on Glanville, Earl of Suffolk, iv. 

267 

Glanville, Earl of Suffolk, Camden on, v. 213 
Glasgow, Provand's Lordship Dinner at, viii. 406, 

497 

* Glasgow Herald,' its long telegram, ii. 125, 176 
Glasgow University, its arms, ix. 465 
Glass, old receipt for painting on, ii. 284 ; com- 
mandments painted on, ix. 447 
Glass and drowning sailor superstition, xii. 310 
Glass painters, ii. 67 

Glass-breaking at Japanese weddings, i. 195 
Glasse (Mrs. Hannah), ' The Art of Cookery,' 

i. 338 ; her name and nationality, vii. 467 
Olasse (Isaac), Westminster scholar, xi. 269 
Glasses, musical, and Shakespeare, v. 128, 232 
Glassmaking in 1740, i. 51, 114 
Glastonbury, St. Dunstan at, i. 149, 216, 293 ; 

alleged discovery of Holy Grail at, x. 17, 134 
Gleek, obsolete English game, vii. 362, 512 
Glegg (T.) and Sir T. Malory, 1469, vii. 88 
Glen (James), Governor of South Carolina, iii. 485 
Glen family, iv. 68 

Glenara, origin of the word, viii. 449 ; ix. 36 
Glencairn (Lord), impostor, 1869-70, xii. 248 
Glencoe massacre, 1692, order for, vii. 287 ; viii. 20 
Glendonwyn on William Clindenin, M.D., vii. 290 
Olendonwyn of Glendonwyn, x. 210 
Glenny (W. W.) on corn-rent, v. 448. Drinkings : 
drinking -time, v. 52. Essex fatal to women, 
xii. 136. Potter's Bar: Seven Kings, xi. 234. 
Ruckholt House, xi. 92. William the Con- 
queror and Barking, xii. 175 
Glenshee, references to theSpital of, ii. 87, 152, 

277 

Gliddon (Anne), artist, c. 1840, her history, v. 430 
Globe, Great, of Wyld's Panorama, iii. 395 
Globe Theatre, Bankside, its site, xii. 307 
Globetrotter, derivation of the word, viii. 485 
Olose or gloss, French verse form, xi. 187, 337 
Glosses of Middle English, ix. 126 
Gloucester (Duchess of) and the Duke of Suffolk, 

i. 209 
Gloucester (Duke of) and Benjamin Bathurst, ix. 

149 
Gloucester (Thomas), armiger, of East Herts, c. 

1435, v. 170 
Gloucester (William Frederick, Duke of), " Silly 

Billy," i. 184, 232 

Houcester, Tolsey at, its history, x. 469 ; xi. 15 
Gloucestershire, Victoria History of, corrections 

and omissions, viii. 304 ; ix. 146 
Gloucestershire definition of a gentleman, xi. 109, 
172 

Gloucestershire poll-books, x. 124 

Gloucestershire worthies, xi. 168 

Glover (Robert), his ' Kentish Monuments, ' ix. 9, 

53 
Glover (T. A.), his ' Fruits of Endowments,' vii. 

308, 357 

Glover and Bland families, vii. 89, 131, 191, 354 
Glowworm or firefly in modern poetry, i. 47, 112 

156, 193, 216 

Gloyne (C. P.) on rhombus, xi. 448 
Gluttony, proverb against, v. 470 ; vi. 95 



Glynn (Major O.) on Blunden family, v. 468. 

Pingret, Edouard, v. 448 

Glynn (Richard), 1793-1838, publisher, ix. 209 
Glynn (T.) on detached belfries, iv. 415. Glynn 

(Richard), ix. 209. Monumental inscriptions : 

St. Faith, vii. 57. Old names of apples, xii. 

398. Tenth wave, x. 512 
Glynne (Sir Stephen), his church notes, c. 1828-74, 

x. 441 

Glynnese language and W. E. Gladstone, vii. 148 
Gnomon on " A shoulder of mutton," &c., ii. 292. 

" Come out, 'tis now September," iv. 446 
" Go for " =attack, i. 225, 272 
Goadby (M.), publisher, 1779, xi. 470 
Goat's blood and diamonds, viii. 270, 356, 456 
Gobesius in ' Tristram Shandy,' his identification, 

v. 68, 115 

God, its etymology, i. 74 
God of architecture, Chinese, xii. 29 
' God save the King,' and Constantino Palaeologus, 

ii. 46 ; parodied, 88, 154 ; ic noble " or " gra- 
cious," iii. 108 

Goddard (C. V.) on Vastern, iii. 413 
Godfery (F.) on Carte the historian, vii. 169. 

Godfery, vii. 28. Godfrey (Col.), xii. 338. 

MacCartie (Daniel) or MacCarthy, xi. 347. 

Seringapatam, vii. 230 
Godfrey (Col. Charles), his antecedents, vi. 49, 

116, 155 

Godfrey (E.) on Miss Campion with her horn- 
book, vi. 229 
Godfrey (Michael), Deputy-Governor of Bank of 

England, his descendants, vii. 28 
Godfrey family of Devonshire, xii. 268, 338 
Godfrey of Bouillon, his ancestry, vi. 150, 213 ; 

and Rashi, xii. 149 
Godiva (Lady), her birthplace, iii. 9 
Godman (J. D.) and poem, " Behold this ruin I 

x. 408 
Godmanchester and Guncaster, place-names, i. 

518 ; ii. 38 
Godolphin (Lord Treasurer), Kneller's picture, 

viii. 210, 272 
Godolphin School, Salisbury its motto, vi. 210, 

251 
God's Blessing Farm, derivation of the name, iv. 

428 

Godstone, the, at Formby, ix. 187 
Godstone stone used in the City, xii. 227 
Godwyn (Charles) and Baskology, ii. 487 
Godwyn (H.) on burial-places of actresses, xn. 449 
Goethe on Byron and Pope, i. 209, 336 ; pro- 
phecy by, 396 ; translations of ' Wilhelm 
Meister,' i. 489 ; ii. 57 ; and book-keeping, iii. 
328, 414 ; " Bells, bugs, and Christianity, v. 
270, 416, 492 ; vi. 38 ; on Shakespeare, ix. 70 ; 
on King Edwin's dwarfs, x. 250 ; Englishmen 
in his ' Conversations,' xi. 167 ; on " Ignorance 
in motion," xii. 88, 198 ; ' Edelknabe und Wahr- 
sagerin,' 508 

Goettingen, inscription on Hippodrome at, 11. 528 
Gofer, ringing for, at Newark-upon-Trent, i. 6 
Going a-gooding, St. Thomas's Day custom, iv. 527 
Gold v. silver, their quantities and values, iii. 108, 

175 

Golden (W. P.) on Lady Chantrey, i. 368 
"Golden Angel," St. Paul's Churchyard, c. 1658, 

vii. 470 ; viii. 33, 216 

" Golden Ball," South wark, its register, i. 329 
" Golden Buck," Fleet Street, its history, iii. 427, 

A OQ 

Golden Roof at Innsbruck, its history, v. 89, 136 
Golden Rule and Aristotle, xii. 510 



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(folding (H.) on Bishop of Man imprisoned, ii. 534 

Goldoni (Carlo), his bicentenary and private 
papers, vii. 127 

Goldreich (S.) on ' If I Only Knew,' xi. 410 

Goldsborough family, v. 148 ; x. 8 

Goldsborough shield, its peculiar charges, viii. 271 

Goldsmid (Sir Isaac), Jewish philanthropist, xi. 
89, 253 

Goldsmith (Oliver) and Mary Horneck, i. 310 ; 
first French translation of ' Vicar of Wake- 
field,' 489 ; and Scottish paraphraser, ii. 166 ; 
and ' Goody Two Shoes,' 167, 250 ; ' Present 
State of Polite Learning,' 309 ; his ' Edwin and 
Angelina,' iii. 49, 152 ; the origin of ' She Stoops 
to Conquer,' iv. 261, 317; variant in 'The 
Traveller,' v. 167, 295, 397 ; and the name 
* Tony Lumpkin," vi. 7, 94, 238 ; and No. 2, 
Brick Court, Temple, vi. 216 ; vii. 385, 436 ; 
his ' Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog,' vii. 246, 
297 

Goldsmiths' Company, memorials, 1335-1815, viii. 
194 

Golf, etymology of the word, i. 168, 517 ; stymie 
at, ix. 370, 414, 492 ; x. 15, 112, 192 

Goltho, Lincolnshire, and Grantham family, v. 70, 
231, 276, 338 

Gomara, ' Conquest of the Weast India,' xii. 270, 
334, 374 

Gomme (G. L.) and ' The Index of Archaeological 
Papers,' iii. 186, 273 

Gomme (L.) on St. Martin Pomeroy, x. 450 

Goncourt (E. and J. de), English translation of 
' Histoire de la Societe Francaise,' v. 309 

Gooch (Benjamin), surgeon, date of his death, iii. 
146 

Good (Dr.), Master of Balliol College, Oxford, viii. 
128, 215 

Good (S. H.) on Dr. Good of Balliol, viii. 128 

Good (William), Jesuit, viii. 190, 437 

Good Friday, and low tides, i. 310 ; hot cross buns 
on, ix. 345, 436 

Good Friday custom at Bow, iii. 344 

Goode family, xii. 387 

" Good-fors," colloquial word, xi. 86, 175 

Gooding (D. R.) on Southwold Church, iii. 329 

Goodrich (Bishop), criticism on, ii. 85 

Goodrich (W. J.) on Chauceriana, i. 121 

Goodridge or Gutteridge family, viii. 28, 217 

Goodson (Charlotte), of London, 1795, iv. 409 

Goodwin (Gordon) on John Aleyn, iii. 344. 
Baldwin (Sir Timothy), iii. 306. BaUowe 
(Henry), iii. 267. British mezzotinters, ii. 481, 
521. Browne (W), ii. 366. Carnegie (Anna, 
Lady), afterwards Countess of Southesk, iii. 46. 
Commissary Court of Westminster, iii. 125. 
Disbenched judges, iii. 43. Douce (Francis), iii. 
223. Glen (James), iii. 485. Gooch (Benjamin), 
iii. 146. Reade (Charles), his grandmother, 
ii. 344 ; iv. 190, 296. Sandys (Lady Lucy Hamil- 
ton), iii. 67. Shelvocke (Capt. George), iii. 61. 
Talman (William and John), iii. 103. Toub- 
man (Nathanael), iii. 86. ' Thealma and 
Clearchus,' author of, iii. 186 

Goodwin (Robert), of Derry, c. 1634, iv. 366 

Goodwin (Thomas), " Thornley Grant," his ' Be- 
yond the Church,' iii. 205 

Goodwin (Thomas), D.D., his third wife, i. 189 ; 
and Fetter Lane, c. 1666, viii. 194 

Goodwin Sands and Lomea Island, ix. 149, 234 

Goody Two Shoes, a bad-tempered housewife, 
ii. 250. 

Goodyer (Mrs. Mary), murdered c. 1743, vii. 50 

Googe (Barnabe), his ' Popish Kingdome,' iii. 420 



i Googlie, cricket slang, its derivation, xii. 110, 194, 

274 
Goose, roast, at Michaelmas, its origin, ii. 431 ; 

its rump and drinking bouts, c. 1627, vii. 190, 

418 ; viii. 493 
Goose r. geese, ii. 507 
Goose with golden feathers on bench-end at 

Throcking, xi. 145 
Goose with one leg, original of the storv, xi. 388, 

438, 497, 516 

Gooseberry-Tart Fair, Mansfield, vii. 329, 476 
Gordon (Archer), colonel in service of Isabella II., 

viii. 8 
Gordon (C.) on " Cala rag whethow," xii. 78. 

Farnese arms, xii. 155 
Gordon (Lady Charlotte) and ' Mysteries of the 

Court of Denmark,' x. 10 

Gordon (Col. Cosmo) and the Macaroni Magis- 
trate, x. 449 
Gordon (C. A.) his ' Concise History of the House 

of Gordon, ' vi. 169 

Gordon (General C. G.) and Andrew Jukes, vii. 48 
Gordon (Duchess of), fan used by, c. 1787, i. 310 ; 

story of the famous, v. 427 
Gordon (first Duke of), his birth, x. 7 
Gordon (second Duke of), letters of his wife, ii. 170 
Gordon (fifth Duke of), portrait by G. Sanders, 

ix. 289 

Gordon (Edward), sergeant -at-arms, ii. 347 
Gordon (George), his paper-making invention, v. 

208 

Gordon (George), friend of Person, xii. 329, 376 
Gordon (Lord George), his grave at Hampstead, 

ii. 276 ; and Cagliostrp, vi. 348 
Gordon (Gilbert), Dumfries excise collector, ii. 396 
Gordon (Henrietta, Duchess of), her letters, ix. 417 
Gordon (Rev. J.), missionary to Vizagapatam, ix. 

209 
Gordon (James), laird of Ellon, Aberdeenshire, iv. 

68 

Gordon (James), nurseryman of Mile End, iii. Ill 
Gordon (James), of the Surtees Society, viii. 290 
Gordon (John), Bp. of Galloway, and Clement XL, 

ix. 12 
Gordon (John), schoolmaster of Kirkcudbright, 

and the Kenmure peerage, iii. 329 
Gordon (John) and Zoffany, i. 107 
Gordon (Rev. John) and ' New Statistical Account 

of Scotland,' viii. 190 
Gordon (Sir John Bury), founder of 30th Lancers, 

his connexions, vi. 228, 318 
Gordon (John Taylor), his descent, iii. 27, 176 
Gordon (L.), teacher of the deaf, xi. 209 
Gordon (Lewis) and Dublin Club, 1703, xii. 306 
Gordon (M.), minor poet, xi. 189 
Gordon (Miss ) = Barnaby Backwell, banker, viii. 

30,72 
Gordon (Miss) in Henry Angelo's ' Reminiscences ' 

vi. 349 

Gordon (Mr.), his garden at Mile End, i. 349 
Gordon (Mrs.), nee Isabella Levy, xi. 48, 114 
Gordon (Hon. Mrs.), her suicide, 1813, ix. 449 : x. 

38 

Gordon (Mrs.), tall Essex woman, ii. 128 
Gordon ( Nathaniel ) = Laura Turton, xi. 289, 352 
Gordon (Rev. Osborne), his origin, vii. 390 
Gordon (Rev. Patrick), his ' Geographv.' 1693, iii. 

283, 324 
Gordon (Patrick), his paper-making invention, 

v. 208 
Gordon (Peter), geographer, his writings, iii. 283, 

324 
Gordon (Lord Robert) of the Scots Greys, x. 89 



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Gordon (Col. Robert Jacob), d. 1795, his descend- 
ants, vi. 189 
Gordon (Capt. Robert James), d. c. 1823, and the 

African Association, xii. 29, 138 
Gordon (S.) on De Keleseye or Kelsey family, ii 

188. Silk men : silk throwsters, ii. 128 
Gordon (Theodore), watchmaker, i. 107, 197 
Gordon (Thomas), Dutch Consul-General at 

Leith, iv. 328, 397, 454 
Gordon (W.), ' Every Young Man's Companion, 

xii. 49 

Gordon (Sir William), d. 1742, banker, v. 449 
Gordon (Dr. William), of Bristol, c. 1748, x. 349 

416 
Gordon (Dr. William), duel with Hugh Rose, 1813 

ix. 509 

Gordon and Houston families, xii. 349 
Gordon and Rose families, viii. 8, 95 
Gordon and Short families, x. 330 
' Gordon case " and Pope Clement XI., viii. 450 
Gordon epitaph, ii. 50, 134 
Gordon family, in Alsace, c. 1772, vi. 269 ; Indian 

regiments raised by, 228, 318 ; and wine for the 

King of Spain, vii. 270 
Gordon family of Embo, vii. 246, 315, 372 
Gordon family of Messina, 1702, x. 8 
Gordon family of the West Indies, iv. 108, 275 ; 

v. 214 
Gordon House, Kentish Town, its identification, 

v. 490 ; vi. 35, 136 ; ix. 418 
Gordon riots and shot-marks on St. George's, 

Hanover Square, viii. 455 
Gordon surname in Russia, v. 469 ; vi. 34 
Gordon tartan, its origin, ix. 6, 118 
Gordon's formulae used by builders, v. 328, 374 
Gordon-Smith (R.) on Horncastle family, xi. 290. 

Warner (Sir Thomas), xi. 108 
Gore (C. F.), her ' Adventures in Borneo,' iv. 7 
Gore (J. Ellard) on comet in 1580, iii. 74. Robes- 
pierre's arrest and the moon, iv. 286 
Gore (or Gare), religious house, iii. 69 
Gorges (Ferdinando) of Barbadoes, and Sir F. 

Gorges, " Lord Proprietor of Maine," i. 148 
Gorges (Sir Ferdinando), " Lord Proprietor of 

Maine," and Ferdinando Gorges of Barbadoes, 

i. 148 

Gorges, or thorn fish-hooks, ix. 229 
Goring (Charles) and Dr. Johnson's ' Irene,' iv. 509 
Gorleston, seven-sacrament font at, iv. 386 ; v. 

36 ; Francis Jessop and its church, v. 421 ; 

natives of, and Jews, ix. 387 
Gorleston, place-name, its origin, ix. 387 
Gormanston family, x. 230 
Gorsebush on Comether, xi. 513 
Gorst & Odey, artists in marble, xi. 468 
Gosling (Francis), bookseller of Fleet Street, iii. 

223, 313 

Gosling (Mrs. O.) on Mary Farrah, viii. 387 
Gosling family, viii. 209, 255, 412 
Gosnold (Capt. Bartholomew), c. 1602, his portrait, 

iii. 468 ; his biography, viii. 231 
Gosport, Hants, mill at, x. 68, 118 ; xi. 172 
Goss (C. W. F.) on Holyoake bibliography, v. 491 
Gosse (Edmund), his use of the word " phrase," 

i. 427 ; on Allan Ramsay, ii. 386 ; iii. 78 
Gosselin-Grimshawe (Hellier) on clergy in wigs, 

x. 78. Dickens on half -baptized, x. 90 
Gosselin-Grimshawe (Hellier R. H.) on Lamb's 

grandmother, iv. 414. ' Our Lady of the 

Snows,' i. 311. Plaistow and William Allen, 

viii. 189. 
Gosselin-Lefebvre (B. H.) on Hulbert's Providence 

Press, x. 108. St. Kenelm's at Ware, x. 129 



Gotham, the American nickname for New York, 

v. 288 

Gotham and Gothamites, xii. 128, 198, 253, 315 
Gotham and the ' N.E.D.,' vi. 84, 137 
Gotham in Derbyshire, the place-name, viii. 8 
Gott (Bishop), his Third Folio Shakespeare, ix. 241 
Goudge (J.) on Tennyson and the spindle tree, 

vi. 368 

Goudhurst, Kent, " Star and Crown " at, x. 469 
Gough (Charles), Westminster scholar, 1710, iv. 

449 

Gough (J. B.), * D.N.B.' on, ix. 232 
Gould (A. W.) on Dorchester : Birrell's engraving, 

xii. 89. One-Tree Hill, Greenwich, x. 70 
Gould (I. Chalkley), his death, viii. 320 
Gould (I. Chalkley) on ' Bacchanals," vii. 56. 
Belfries, detached, iv. 290. British castles, vi. 
274. Cataloguing seventeenth-century tracts, 
ii. 454. Civil War earthworks, iv. 328. Claver- 
ing de Mandeville, i. 213. Engravings, i. 370. 
Gwillim's ' Display of Heraldrie,' ii. 416. Horse- 
shoes for luck, iii. 91. Masham family, v. 512. 
Matches in Congreve, vii. 351. Parish docu- 
ments, ii. 476. Pleshey fortifications, iv. 116. 
Prisoner suckled by his daughter, v. 3 1 . Roman 
mound, v. 296. St. Aylott, iii. 247. Smoke 
from a chimney, vi. 487. Straw-plaiting, iii. 
148. Ythancaester, Essex, iv. 90 
" Goule, feste de la," explained, x. 168 
Goulton (Sir Lewis), his brass at Faceby, vii. 28 
Goumiers or Kroumiers, Morocco tribal name, 

viii. 247, 296 
GourbiUon (Madame), her rescue of Louis XVIII. 

as Comte de Provence, viii. 170 
Gourbillon or Courbillon family, ii. 408 
Gourgon (General) at St. Helena, x. 162 
Gournay (Sibilla de), her biography, iii. 168 
Gout (R.), watchmaker, his patent pedometer, 

v. 206, 335 

Governess = ruler, use of the word, vii. 265 
Government fund, English, for French emigres, 

v. 327 

Government records, local, iii. 287, 337, 355 
Governor of the English Nation, xii. 13 
Govett (Dean D. S.) on Nothing, vi. 350 
Gow or Ghow (Neil and Natt), Scottish musicians, 

xii. 108, 171 
Gowdike, use and meaning of the word, viii. 131, 

214 

Gower (R.) on the liquid n in English, xi. 172 
Gower, Kentish place-name, its derivation, xi. 

10, 94, 476 

Gower (R. Vaughan) on " beating the bounds," iii. 
209. Butler (Billy), the Hunting Parson, x. 
395 ; xi. 15. Disdaunted, x. 377. French 
Peerage, x. 289. Goldsmid (Sir Isaac), 
xi. 253. Gower, a Kentish hamlet, xi. 10. 
Hollow loaf foretelling death, xii. 155. Horse 
Hill, xi. 155. Jurisdiction, special, x. 513. 
Lamb in place-names, iii. 150. Law of Lauris- 
ton, x. 367. Lawlor (Major W.), xi. 69. Lion 
and the unicorn, x. 436. Portions : Pensions, 
x. 419. Public meeting, iv. 213. Speakers 
of the House of Commons, xi. 31. Spur-post, 
iii. 253. Yew trees by Act of Parliament, xi. 58 
Gower (William), of Penshurst and Chiddingstone, 

ii. 426 

Gower family epitaph, xi. 504 
Gowers (Sir W. R.) on ' Our Lady of the Snows, 

i. 311 

Gowran (Lord), c. 1720, his biography, i. 368 
Goyle = watercourse, derivation of the word, 
iii. 429, 475 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Grab, Bombay, a coasting vessel, iv. 107, 177 
Grace (E. M.) on Queen's surname, ii. 529 
Graham (Col. F. W.) on Bain, vi. 269. Millar of 
Earnock, v. 148. Shipman (Sir Abraham), iii. 
127. Stevenson (Hay), vi. 229 
Graham (George), sale of his clocks, 1765, vi. 426 
Graham (Sir James) and Mazzini's letters, i. 505 ; 

electioneering experience, viii. 46 
Graham ( Jessie) = H. Stevenson, vi. 229 
Graham (J. M.) on Patrick BeU, ii. 487 
Graham (T.) on privateers and Lima, ix. 290 
Graham and Little parentage, vii. 427 
Graham family, ii. 149, 274 
Graham family Bible, iv. 207 
Graham-Easton (W. M.) on sword of Bruce, viii. 

261, 334. Thaw as surname, viii. 250 
Grahamize, origin of the word, i. 505 
Grail, Holy, meaning of its name, ix. 465 ; x. 

17, 134 
Grammar : lines on nine parts of speech, i. 94, 337 ; 

had better have been, iii. 126 
" Granby (Marquis of)," public-house sign, vii. 

464 

Grandees of Spain, iii. 481 
Grange (Lady), her place of concealment, iv. 69, 

136 

Grangerizing, its beginnings, vi. 24 
Granger's ' Biographical History,' annotated by 

J. Caulfield, vii. 65, 223, 323, 462 
Granichstaedten (A.) on missing word, x. 327 
Grant (Sir Alexander), of Dalvey, his will, iii. 

168 

Grant (Barbara), in Stevenson's ' Catriona,' ii. 327 
Grant (Baron), his family, xii. 328, 415 
Grant (C.) on painter (E. F. Holt), xi. 38 
Grant (D. B.) on municipal sword-bearer, v. 90 
Grant (Sir F.), his 'Melton Breakfast,' viii. 269, 

315, 333 
Grant (James), Queen Mary Stuart hi his ' Both- 

well,' vi. 267 

Grant (J. M.) on Ewen Maclachlan, xi. 90 
Grant (Rev. Richard), d. 1826, his biography, 

vii. 88, 155, 216 ; his portrait, viii. 108 
Grant (General U. S.), his English ancestry, iv. 47 
Grant family of Dean's Yard, Westminster, vi. 88 
Grantham (Sir William) on Grantham of Goltho 

family, v. 276 

Grantham Market Cross, its history, vi. 127, 176 
Grantham of Goltho family, v. 70, 231, 276, 338 
Graphology in Sir H. Drummond-Wolff s ' Ram- 
bling Recollections, ix. 210 
Grassi (F.) on quotations wanted, iv. 468 
Grate for watercourse, meaning of, 1612-13, vii. 

189 232 

Grattan (Henry), his initial frank " H. G.," v. 274 
Graunt (J.), his ' Bills of Mortality,' ix. 147 
Grave (Robert), father and son, viii. 28, 110, 174 
Gravell in Court Roll temp. Henry VII., vii. 249, 

317 
Graves (Algernon) on Robert Grave, printseller, 

viii. 110 

Graves (Richard), his ' Spiritual Quixote,' ix. 88 
Graves (Richard) the younger, autobiography, xii. 

Graves, English, hi Italy, ii. 307, 352 

Graves belonging to other families, interment in, 
i. 9 

Gravestones, nameless, i. 173, 252 ; in mediaeval 
churchyards, viii. 390, 452 ; ix. 56, 173 ; Non- 
conformist, ix. 188, 233, 297, 336, 434 ; x. 31, 
150, 237, 334 ; at Jordans, xii. 129, 231, 318 

Gravity, laws of, and the ancient Greeks, viii. 210, 
394 ; ix. 16 



Gray (A. B.) on bookbinding, iii. 309. Bowtell 

family, iv. 29 
Gray (Gilbert), Principal of Marischal College, 

Aberdeen, iv. 307 

Gray (G. J.) on Cambridge booksellers and printers, 

vii. 75. Janssen (Sir Theodore), xii. 208. 

Newton and King's College, xii. 229. Newton's 

' Principia,' 1687, xii. 229 

Gray (Lord) and the States - General in 1685, 

vi. 261 

Gray (Patrick, Lord), his descendants, ii. 527 
Gray (P.) on Gray family, xii. 169. Gray of 
Denne Hill, x. 148. Sydenham (Sir John), 
Bart., x. 490 

Gray (R. St. G.) on old pewter, ix. 193 
Gray (S.), F.R.S., his electrical researches, vi. 

161, 354 

Gray (Thomas), parallel passages from Collins, i. 
456 ; ' Elegy ' in Latin, 487 ; ' Elegy ' and 
Wolfe, ii. 27 ; ' Elegy ' in various languages, ii. 
92, 175 ; y. 306, 357, 428, 477, 511 ; ' Poems ' 
published in London and Glasgow, 1768, v. 321 ; 
and in Dublin, 1756, 406 ; his letters, viii. 68 ; 
effigy of King Osric, xi. 128 ; two references in 
his works, 147, 236 ; ' Elegy ' and ploughing 
customs, xii. 309, 389 
Gray family, xii. 169 

Gray family of Denne Hill, Kent, x. 148, 196 
Gray's Inn : ' Ancient Order of Gray's Inn,' i. 367, 

434 

Gray's Elegy on Tyrrell family, iii. 69 
Great Britain, early reference, xi. 66 
Great Britain's tithe of fish in North Sea, ii. 187 
Great Fosters, Egham, history of the mansion, 

xii. 510 

Great hollow elm at Hampstead, vii. 234 
Great House, Cheshunt, sale of effects, vi. 385, 

473 

Great New Street, London street-name, xi. 229 
Great Queen Street, Nos. 74, 75, their demolition 
and history, iii. 366, 433 ; celebrities connected 
with No. 56, iv. 326, 414 ; celebrated residents, 
vi. 147, 253 

Great Russell Street, C. and M. Lamb hi, viii. 421 
Great Seal in gutta-percha, iii. 32 
" Great Unpaid," applied to Justices of the Peace, 

xi. 50 
Great Wyrley, pronunciation of the place-name, 

viii. 247 
Greaves or frittars of the whale, the words, vii. 

426 ; viii. 36 
Greek Christians, c. 1630, brief for, xi. 289, 357, 

458 

Greek Church, cross in, ii. 469, 531 ; iii. 56 ; Carni- 
val Sunday in, vii. 186 

Greek grammar, Byron and, iii. 188 ; v. 193 
Greek poetry compared with English, ix. 310, 494 
Greek tablets for writing, y. 228, 350, 473, 512 
Greek verses, alliterative, iii. 488 
Greeks, and laws of gravity, viii. 210, 394 ; ix. 16 ; 
and the block and tackle, viii. 510 ; ix. 312, 434 ; 
and nature, x. 330, 372 
Green, its significance, i. 6 
Green (B. W.) on Patagonia and the Patagonians, 

xi. 244 

Green (C.) on Antonio Canova in England, v. 
52. Children at executions, ii. 516. French 
Revolution pottery, iv. 292 
Green (C. R.) on Edward Kemp, xi. 67 
Green (Everard) on arms of Pius X., i. 373. 
Grantham of Goltho family, v. 70. Masons' 
marks, iii. 354. Pounde (Thomas), S.J., iv. 472. 
Welsh cope, ancient, v. 265 



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Green (F. U.) on Greenwich Hospital pensioners, 

x. 228. How (Mistress Rachel), x. 249 
Green (F. W. ) on horseshoes for luck, iii. 314 
Green (J. R.) on Freeman's ' Norman Conquest,' 

i. 225, 294 
Green (Mrs. S.), her ' Private History of the Court 

of England,' key, iii. 321 
Green (Valentine) and Sir Joshua Reynolds, ii. 

521 

Green (Walter), M.D., of Liverpool, xii. 285 
Green (W. J.) on Washington, U.S.A., viii. 131 
Green Coat School, Westminster, or St. Margaret's 

Hospital, x. 129, 172 
Green dragon, the device, xi. 129 
Green Ginger Lane, its name, iii. 480 
Green Rod, Usher of, his office, xii. 208, 377 
Greene (Rev. Carleton) on Pope and German 

literature, i. 209 

Greene (Robert), ' Never too Late,' ii. 267 ; and 
' Martine Mar-sixtus,' 483 ; his prose works, iv. 
1, 81, 162, 224, 227, 483 ; Lodge, and De La 
Primaudaye, v. 84, 202, 343, 424, 442, 463, 484 
504 ; Lyly, and Shakespeare, viii. 461 ; suggested 
emendations hi his dramas, ix. 301 ; and ' Eng- 
lands Parnassus,' 341, 401 ; his ' Menaphon, 
x. 85 

Greene-Marlowe parallel, vi. 185 
Greenhill (A. G.) on alliterative Greek verses, iii. 

488 ^ 

Greening, pear and apple name, x. 215 
Gr^enslade (J. T.) on Cowper misprint, xii. 77 
Ureensted Church, Ongar, oak or chestnut at, viii. 

26, 154, 196, 275, 416 
Greenteeth (Jenny), water-hag, stories of, i. 319, 

365 
Greenwey and Savile, translations of Tacitus by, 

iii. 488 
Greenwich, " Ship " Hotel at, i. Ill, 375, 454 ; 

ix. 207 ; Curious House at, x. 469 
Greenwich Hospital pensioners, lists of, x. 228 
Greenwich Palace, vandalism at, i. 486 ; list of 

Rangers, x. 189, 235 

Greenwood (G.) on canon v. prebendary, vh 314 
Greenwood (J. A.) on Salford : Saltersford, x. 

274 

Greenyard, use of the word, 1666-7, vii. 189 
Gregge family of Bradley, Cheshire, iii. 430 
Gregory : Allen : Hampden, viii. 249 
Gregory the Great, the " Consul of God," i. 32 
Gregory (Dr. Olinthus), his ' Pantologia,' vi. 343 
Gregory (S.), portrait painter, c. 1809, viii. 509 
Greig (Admiral Sir Samuel) in Russian Navy, 

i. 349, 433, 492 ; ii. 173 

Grenadier, premier, of France, i. 384, 470 ; ii. 52 
Grenadier Guards, origin of the appellation, i. 30 ; 

band, c. 1749, xi. 306 

c Grenadier's Exercise of the Grenado,' i. 347, 412 
Grendiar on " From the thick film," v. 172 
Grenefeld (William), Archbishop of York, his 

registers, iv. 167, 235 
Grenovicensis on excommunication of Louis XIV., 

i. 69 
Gresham (Abbot Thomas) and Thornton Abbey, 

xi. 348 

Gresham Street warehouse, its demolition, ix. 267 
Greta on Southey's ' Omniana,' 1812, ii. 410 ; 

iii. 92 
Gretna Green, records of marriages at, i. 9 ; ii. 

386 ; illustrations of, xi. 471, 517 
Greville (Frances), her ' Prayer for Indifference,' 

ii. 335 

Greville (Miss), portraits by Sir J. Reynolds, 
vii. 29 



Grey (Admiral John) and the relief of Derry,[_iv. 

428 

Grey (Lady Mary), her burial, ii. 405 
Grey (S.) on post boxes, vi. 389 
Greyfriars burial-ground, iv. 205, 253, 352 
Greyfriars Church, London, excavated fragments, 

vii. 366 
Greyhounds in Canzone cccxxiii. of Petrarch, vii. 

445 

Greystoke family, xi. 81, 158 
Grieb - Schroer ' English - German Dictionary,' 

proper names in, xi. 384 
Griengro : Gringo, meaning of the words, i. 369 , 

478 

Grier (Sydney C.) on first wife of Warren Hastings, 
i. 426 ; ii. 10. Slips in ' Like Another Helen,' 
ii. 445 
Grievance Office : John Le Keux, ii. 207, 374, 413, 

537 

Grieve in Smollett, his identity, xii. 327, 375 
Griffin, the, Carlyle on, x. 509 

Griffin on Hickry pikry : Country Captain, vi. 288 
Griffith (W. H.) on French-Canadian literature, 

viii. 173 

Griffith family and the name Cre Fydd, iii. 448 
Griggs : " As merry as griggs," i. 36, 94 
Grigor (J.) on "And he was a Samaritan," xii. 46. 
Authors of quotations, viii. 153 ; x. 454 ; 
xi. 316. Centenarian voters, y. 258. ' Cham- 
bers's Cyclopaedia of English Literature,' i. 145. 
Coleridge and Newman on Gibbon, v. 435. 
Corunna : bearer of the news, xi. 212. Dobell 
(Sydney), x. 66. Dyer (Sir Edward), ii. 32. 
' Failures of Civilisation,' viii. 288. Fig tree in 
the City, xi. 178. Garioch, its pronunciation, 
v. 56. Harris (Thomas Lake), xii. 166. Holy- 
oake (G. J.), his name, v. 173. Jukes (Andrew), 
vii. 48. Keble photographs, vi. 351. Lett- 
som (Dr.), v. 191. Lincoln (Abraham) and 
' Mortality,' xi. 247. Lonning, iv. 70. " Most 
moving first line in English poetry," iii. 128. 
' Notes on the Book of Genesis,' iii. 96. Parlia- 
mentary quotation, iii. 206. Pour, v. 329. Red 
Indians in poetry, vi. 209. St. Columba's Well, 
vi. 409. Scotch burial custom, iv. 76. Scott 
(W.), link with,v. 66. Tussaud (Madame), her 
Waxworks at Camberwell, vi. 375 
Grimaldi (Alex.), his ' Boke of Curious Receipts,' 

viii. 494 
Grimaldi (Father), his reported flight across the 

English Channel, xii. 288 
Grimaldi (Joseph), his life as a dentist, vi. 290 
Grimaldi (Louis Andre"), French refugee bishop, 

viii. 171 
Grimaldi (Stacey), his list of Westminster scholars, 

i. 267 
Grimke (John Faucherreaud), We stminster scholar, 

iii. 367 ; vi. 136 
Grimm, fable hi his ' Teutonic Mythology,' vii. 

445 

Grimsby, Lincolnshire tale of, i. 505 
Grimshaw (W. M.) on Fishtraps " a 1'Anglaise," vi. 

338. Indian jugglery, vi. 430 
Grimshaw (W. H. M.) on Bacon and Italy, xii. 

129 

Grin (Geoffrey), his ' Rhyming Reminiscences and 
Comical Couplets,' iv. 428 

rindlay (Capt. Robert Melville), and ' The Home 
News,' vi. 101, 156, 217 
Grindleton, place-name, its derivation, v. 10, 73 ; 
xi. 67, 393 

rindy, dialect word, its survival, vii. 209, 251, 
416 ; viii. 93 



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G-ENEKAL INDEX. 



Grinfield (Rev. E. W.), e. 1843, his biography, iii. 

330, 370 
Gringo : Griengro, meaning of the words, i. 369, 

478 

Grisbet, dialectal word, x. 427 
Grissell (Hartwell D.) on boar's head, v. 35. 

" Gula Augusti," vi. 72. Victoria of Spain, 

vii. 76, 193 
Groatie Buckie, myth connected with the, iv. 

530 
Grone (Lieut. V.) on Polish Dragoons : Jager, 

xi. 277 

Grooms, hobby, 1677, their livery, v. 127 
Groom's Coffee-house, its sale, xi. 145 ; xii. 57 
Grosart (Dr.), his edition of Herrick, iv. 482 
Grosseteste, pronunciation of the name, iv. 353 
Grosvenor and Scrope controversy, vi. 328 
Grosvenor and Venoix, derivation of names, v. 

208 
Grosvenor or Gravenor (Joane), c. 1601, her 

biography, iv. 308 
Grote (George), his residence in Savile Bow, vi. 

345 

Grove (Sir George) on C. H. Spurgeon's scholar- 
ship, iii. 206 
Grove (Sir W. R.), d. 1896, his burial-place, ix. 

169 
Grover (J. W.), his lecture on ' Old Clapham,' v. 

306 

Groves (A.) on Groves family, iii. 269 
Groves (C. H.) on ' Gospel of God's Anointed,' 

ii. 8 

Groves family, iii. 269 

Grozer (Joseph), his remarkable will, ii. 521 
Gruselier (Gregory) on Archbishop of Dover, x. 

170. Caravanserai to public-house, iv. 308. 

Corbet = Valle tort, x. 168. Estrege, i. 469. 

Iktin, ii. 249. Jesus, the name, i. 428. Pol- 

whele's ' History of Cornwall,' xii. 389. Quota- 
tions wanted, vi. 149. Registers of St. Kitts, 

iv. 327. Tregortha (John), ii. 289 
Grzymala, Polish word, its meaning, xi. 49, 338 
Guard aloft on early railways, x. 487 ; xi. 35 
Guardings, for gardens, iii. 429, 476 
Guards, 3rd Foot, at Bayonne, 1814, xi. 69, 192, 

276 

Guarini, Lodge, and Mathew Roydon, vi. 221 
' Gude-willie waught "in ' Auld Lang Syne,' 

viii. 85 

Guelderland (Duke of), c. 1641, his biography, 

v. 249, 313, 456 

Guernsey, records of marriages in, i. 9, 75 
Guernsey on ' An Excursion to Jersey,' xi. 507 
Guernsey lily, its naturalization, x. 368, 412, 456 ; 

xi. 55 

Guest family, i. 504 

Guevara inscriptions at Stenigot, Lines, vii. 6, 79 
Guignol : Le grand guignol, origin of the term, 

ix. 267 

Guide, derivation of the word, ix. 171, 494 ; x. 13 
Guidot (Roger Francis), picture by, iii. 489 
Guild (William), 1586-1657, his biography, xi. 470; 

xii. 34, 77 

' Guildford Barge," Lambeth sign, xii. 410 
Guildhall, changes at, x. 101 
Guildhall Library, uncatalogued London records 

in, vii. 67 ; seventeenth-century broadside 

returned, xi. 505 
Guilds, City, their badges and charters, vii. 347 

457 
Guimaraens (A. J. C.) on John Chattock, iii. 349 

Farmer (Thomas), i. 428. Farmer of Hartshill 

iii. 48. Portuguese pedigrees, ii. 167. Pratten 



ton: Heatley: Darby, iii. 488. Prattenton 
or Prattington family, v. 270. Shakespeare 
(Mary), i. 448. Winter (Rev. Richard), ii. 348 
Guinea balances, iii. 347, 413, 472 
Guineas, fifteenth-century English and twelfth- 
century French, v. 105, 195 
Guiney (L. I.) on Emmet and De Fontenay letters, 

i. 52. Hall (Dr.), i. 268. la (St.), ix. 448 
Guipuscoan, oldest inscription in, vi. 184 
Guisers : Waits : Christmas carols, ii. 504 ; iii. 10 
Guith, in old Welsh, ii. 466, 539 
Gula Augusti, 1 August, v. 408, 499 ; vi. 15, 72, 

135 ; vii. 257, 313, 394 ; viii. 35 
Gulix holland, textile fabric, xi. 470 ; xii. 12 
Gulls, weather rune on, iv. 406 
Gulston (Joseph), his collection of prints, x. 6 
Gulston family, x. 201, 292, 355 
Gun, its meaning in 1546, ii. 169 
Gun, Armstrong, its inventor, ii. 34 
Gun-cases = trousers, use of the word, ix. 409 
Guncaster, identification of the place-name, i. 

448,518; ii. 38 
Gunning (Elizabeth), Duchess of Hamilton and 

Argyll, her marriage, iv. 384 
Gunning (H.), "Fortunate Youth" in his 

' Reminiscences,' v. 35 
Gunning (Misses), engravings of, iii. 409 
Gunning family and Castle Coote, v. 323, 374, 395, 

436, 457 
Gunpowder Plot Day celebrations in England and 

America, x. 384, 434, 496 ; xii. 364, 458 
Gunston (Percival), of Thorpe-on-Tees, v. 469 
Guppy surname and Dickens, x. 327, 477, 517 
Gupsar, a skin used in swimming, iii. 13 
Gurney (J. H.) on hexameters on the Bass Rock, 

ix. 288. Ray's Itineraries, i. 468 
Gurney (M.) on authors of quotations, i. 428 
Gurney (Dr. Robert), Rector of Omagh, c. 1720, 

xi. 149, 214 
Gush (William), painter, c. 1833-74, his biography, 

xii. 267, 313 
Gustavus Adolphus and Tycho Brahe"'s star, iii. 

346 
Gutenberg and the ' Incendium Divini Amoris,* 

i. 2 

Guthrie (A.) on " une SeVigneY' xi. 454 
Gutiken (Prince), his correspondence, xii. 350 
Guts Muths, his ' Gymnastics,' xi. 287 
Gutta-percha, Great Seal in, ii. 528 ; iii. 32 
Gutteridge or Goodridge family, viii. 28, 217 
Guy (R.) on Jesuits at Mediolanum, x. 309 
" Guy, Earl of Warwick," London sign, ix. 127, 

455 
Guy Fawkes celebrations in England and America, 

x. 384, 434, 496 ; xii. 364, 458 
Guydickens (Melchior), Envoy Extraordinary to 

St. Petersburg, iv. 470, 537 ; v. 37, 93, 155 
Guydickens (Gustavus), 1775, his military career, 

v. 93 
Gwillim's ' Display of Heraldrie,' its author, ii. 

328, 416, 495 

Gwyn (Nell), looking-glass in Brighton Museum, 
viii. 61 ; and orange custom at the Savoy, xii. 
262 

Gwyneth, its correct spelling, ii. 108, 255 
Gwynne (Edward), his will, 1640, i. 466 
Gwynneth (John), ' D.N.B. ' on, iii. 247 
Gwyther (A.) on "In matters of commerce," 

i. 469 
Gypsy on correct, iv. 189. November 5 : Guy 

Fawkes celebrations, x. 434 
Gypsy Lore Society, its ' Journal,' vii. 366 
Gytha, mother of Harold II., iv. 168, 232 



TENTH SERIES. 



119 



H 

H, Italian initial, ii. 107, 352 ; use or omission, 
ii. 307, 351, 390, 490, 535 ; iii. 156, 228, 277 ; 
Dr. Johnson on, ii. 446 ; in Shropshire and 
Worcestershire, vii. 166 ; viii. 77 ; lines to Dr. 
Murray on beginning, viii. 482 ; aspirate in 
famous English writers, xii. 403, 492 
H. on Thomas Beach, ii. 371. Cambridge (late 
Duke of), i. 501. Conolly (Right Hon. William), 
vi. 452. Egremont (Earl of), i. 192. George 
III.'s daughters, iv. 291. Holden family, vii. 
188. Irish folk-lore, iii. 357. Kent (Duke of), 
his children, vii. 172. Melton Breakfast, 
viii. 315. Michell family, v. 445. Mystery of 
Hannah Lightfoot, viii. 323. Oil painting, c. 
1660, v. 129. ' Oxford Ramble,' iv. 43. Parlia- 
mentary whips, iv. 507. Rechethiward (Emery 
de), xii. 227. ' Silly Billy," i. 233. Swedish 
royal family, iii. 456. Tufnel family, iv. 438. 
Vane (Viscount), viii. 327. Weltje's Club, 
xii. 352. Wheler or Wheeler family, iii. 347. 
William III. at the Boyne, ii. 370. Wooset, 
xi. 514 

H. 2 on Avalon, ii. 411. English Channel, ii. 134. 
English in France, i. 164. Good Friday and 
low tides, i. 310. Hell, Heaven, and Paradise 
as place-names, i. 245. Imaginary or invented 
saints, i. 159, 333. Isabelline as a colour, ii. 
253, 375, 477, 538 ; iii. 92. " Mevagissey duck," 
i. 467. " Meynes " and " Rhines," i. 49, 217. 
Natalese, i. 446 ; ii. 76. Peak and pike, ii. 
172. Picture of knight in armour, i. 29. 
Spanish arms, iii. 30 
H n on riding the black ram, i. 35 
H. (A.) on addition to Christian name, iii. 417. 
Alake, i. 468 ; ii. 56. Amban, i. 506. Archer 
of Umberslade, v. 232. Bowes Castle, York- 
shire, v. 295. Clavering : De Mandeville, i. 
293. Cold Harbour: Windy Arbour, i. 496. 
Cricklewood, ii. 495. Death warrants : coffin 
nails, x. 234. Fettiplace, i. 396. Grindleton, 
v. 73. Hanged, drawn, and quartered, i. 276. 
Hollicke or Holleck, co. Middlesex, iv. 77. 
Homer and digamma, v. 168, 253. Kaboose, 
ii. 214. ' Lass of Richmond Hill,' iii. 66. 
Manor Court terms, xi. 249. Middleton, iii. 
109. Mitchel & Finlay, bankers, i. 374. 
Palindrome, iii. 375. Sellinger, i. 491. Tourna- 
ments : Bayard's Green, vi. 89 Vaccination 
and inoculation, ii. 513. Y. R. : " Irish Stocke," 
v. 374 

H. (A. A.) on Simon de Montfort's portrait, ix. 392 
H. (A. C.) on Americans in English records, v. 
432. Arnold (Benedict), x. 50. Auvergne 
'hilip d'), ii. 427. Cleveland (General John 
Wheeler), x. 289. " Crown " Hotel, St. Martin's 
Court, viii. 430. De Arcubus family, viii. 169. 
eare family, xi. 506. Elliott : Ponsonby, 
661, v. 269. Hearsey : Gavine, iv. 128. 
Hearsey (Thomas Harry), x. 149. Highlanders 
barbadosed, viii. 136.. Hodson = Ferrers, viii. 
Ney (Marshal), viii. 288. Richardson 
(Samuel), ix. 510. Smith (Baird) of the Indian 
Mutiny, viii. 251. Stepney Court Rolls, vii. 
27. Volunteer movement, 1798-1805, vi. 174. 
Walton, Lancashire, vi. 450. Warton (William), 
1764, ii. 68. Whitlas of Gobrana, vii. 350. 
Williams (Edward), drowned 1821, i. 368 
H. (A. F.) on burial-ground of St. George's, Han- 
over Square, x. 8. Halls of the City Companies, 
iii. 87. Lament harp, ii. 132. 
H. (A. M.) on God's Blessing Farm, iv. 428 



H. (A. O.) on general officers, iv. 107 

H. (A. R.) on church spoons, v. 77. ' Curse of 

Seaforth,' v. 238 

H. (B.) on Albigna, iv. 488. Authors of quota- 
tions, viii. 169 
H. (C.) on Chalk Farm, ix. 251. Cole (Jacob), xii. 

129. Parr (John), embroiderer, xii. 109 
H. (C. A.) on Dudley, Earl of Leicester, iii. 368 
H. (C. F.) on Wellington's horses, i. 329 
H. (C. M.) on smothering hydrophobic patients, 

i. 176 

H. (C. S.) on Benson Earle Hill, iv. 51. Easter 
Day by the Julian reckoning, i. 352. ' Popery, 
tyranny, and wooden shoes," vii. 393 
H. (D. A.) on Dunbar and Henryson, x. 226 
H. (D. E.) on C. F. de Breda, viii. 309 
H. (E.) on ' Nouveaux Tableaux de Famille,' xi. 
389. ' Royal Plaister Academy,' xi. 427. 
Society of Artists, 1772, xi. 427. Weeds (Mr.) 
as Velasquez, xi. 427 

H. (E. A. ) on Edward and Henry Bulwer, ix. 30 
H. (E. J.) on Duke of Guelderland : Duke of 

Lorraine, v. 313 

H. (E. S.) on ' Glen Moubray,' ii. 227 
H. (F.) on Casino House, Herne Hill, vi. 285. 
Hereditary Usher of the Court of Exchequer, 
v. 89. Howe = Russell, x. 269. 'In vadiis," 
vi. 450. Johnsonian anecdotes and relics, xi. 
281. Johnson's watch, xi. 494. Laying : 
Tering, iv. 509. Plas Milton portrait, x. 481. 
Richard II., vii. 337. Ruskin monument, vi. 
426. Ruskin 's parents, vi. 506. Stukeley 
family, xi. 487. Voltaire and Rousseau, vii. 
326 ; viii. 154 

H. (F. G.) on anonymous works, x. 28 
H. (F. K.) on St. Andrew's, Antwerp, v. 449 
H. (F. R. J.) on female incendiary, ii. 9 
H. (G.) on ' The Lovesick Gardener,' iii. 430 
H. (G. A.) on idle = mischievous, ix. 350 
H. (G. B.) on " Salutation " Tavern, Billingsgate, 

vii. 429 
H. (G. H.) on Sir Francis Drake and Chigwell Row, 

iv. 230 

H. (H.) on Bishop Berkeley: 'Adventures of 
Signer Gaudentio,' vi. 410. Elizabeth, Queen 
of Bohemia, xii. 512. Enigma by C. J. Fox, v. 
32. Fenians and Western Australia, ix. 236. 
Queen of Duncan II., iii. 195. West's picture 
of death of Wolfe, v. 451 
H. (H. H.) on Nelson's uniform, iv. 326 
H. (H. J.) on Stafford House, vii. 368 
H. (H. K.) on Abbots of Evesham, xii. 28. 
Authors of quotations wanted, i. 474. Heraldic 
mottoes, iii. 111. Malherbe's ' Stances a Du 
Perrier,' xii. 38. " Pannage and tollage," i. 126. 
Paul family, iv. 212. Pillion : flails, vi. 274. 
Pressing to death, vi. 297. St. Florian, vi. 249. 
Salford : Saltersford, x. 256 
H. (H. M.) on American Loyalists, i. 269 
H. (H. W.) on names terrible to children, xi. 53. 

Shields (Cuthbert), xi. 55 
H. (J.) on London newspapers, v. 70 
H. (J. E.) on American Civil War, verses, iv. 229. 

Irish girl and Barbary pirates, viii. 13 
H. (J. E. D.) on Alexandra Institution for the 
Blind, xii. 68. School for the Indigent Blind, 
viii. 150. Smallpox hospital in 1804, x. 187 , 
H. (J. J.) on Sir James Burrough, viii. 473. 
Calliope, the, at Samoa, xi. 391. Dampier 
(William), the Navigator, ix. 515. ' Flight of 
the King,' x. 486. Hyde (Amphillis), x. 289. 
Hyde (Sir Henry), x. 268. Sheep fair on 
ancient earthwork, viii. 296 



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H. (L.) artist, 1793, his identity, xii. 29 

H. (L. J.) on verse translations of Molire, ii. 448 ; 

iii. 55. 

H. (L. O.) on authors of quotations wanted, xii. 328 
H. (L. W.) on Cecil family, v. 6. Double-headed 

eagle, x. 154 
B. (M.) on authors of quotations wanted, vii. 

389. British Museum tickets, xi. 245 
H. (M.) and C. on authors of quotations, ix. 192 
H. (M. F.) on * Fortune Teller,' iv. 390. Kissing 
Gates, ii. 396. " Minerak, 1640," ix. 409. Pic- 
ture with game and elephant, x. 109. Shake- 
speare at Wilton House, iv. 365 
H. (M. Y. A.) on Bandy-Leg Walk, x. 390. 
Drinking tobacco, xii. 455. Squad = mud, xi. 
269. Twiss's ' Verbal Index to Shakespeare,' 
xi. 509 
H. (N.) on ' A Short Explication ' of musical 

terms, vii. 409 
H. (O. O.) on birth-marks, i. 493. Hockday : 

pottage called Hok, i. 496 
H.. (P. B.) on prophecy by Hon. Auberon Herbert, 

vi. 506 

H. (P. F.) on Goethe and book-keeping, iii. 328. 
Incledon : Cooke, iv. 92. Mininin, a shell, vi. 
254. " Mony a pickle maks a mickle," vii. 113. 
' Notes on the Book of Genesis,' iii. 97. Silesias : 
pocketings, ii. 312 

H. (B.) on quotations wanted, v. 449 
H. (B. A.) on bell-ringing on 13 August, 1814, 

ii. 369. " Twenty thousand ruffians," i. 107 
H. (B. G.) on armorial, iii. 289 
H. (B. H. E.) on heraldic reference in Shake- 
speare, i. 290 
H. (B. P.) on Hooper: Long, iv. 215. Sulphur 

matches, vii. 451 
H. (B. T.) on Girdlestone, xi. 448 
H. (B. V. J. S.) on King's Printers, xi. 128 
H. (S.) on Francis Douce, iii. 313. Light Dragoons, 
4th, their uniform, iv. 132. Lonning, iv. 70. 
Pleshey fortifications, iv. 116. Ythancsester, 
Essex, iv. 90 
H. (S. C.) on authors of quotations, ix. 29. Bed 

Indians in poetry, vi. 337 

H. (S. F.) on Walpole and the Duchess of Devon- 
shire, ix. 449 

H. (S. H. A.) Beckford queries, xi. 438. Clever, 
vi. 76. Fielding brothers, xi. 469. Gauden 
(J.) : E. Lewknor, i. 307. Swedish painters 
in England, xii. 54. 

H. (T.) on smoking and blind men, ix. 336 
H. (T. A.) on authors of quotations wanted, vii. 

208 
H. (T. J.) on the abstract bagman, vii. 188. 

' Cranford,' vii. 188 

3. (T. O.) on " The Old Highlander," vii. 47, 115 
EL (T. W.) on Boninge of Ledsum, iv. 10 
H. (W.) on Hooper: Long, iv. 127. Names of 

letters, iii. 292 

H. (W. A.) on British Army in 1763, xii. 517. 
Buckle's ' History of Civilization,' xii. 414. 
Gotham and the Gothamites, xii. 315. Stowe 
(Mrs. H. Beecher) on Byron, xii. 370 
H. (W. B.) on William Harrison Ainsworth, x. 
487. Aloe in Covent Garden, ix. 509. "Angel" 
of an inn, x. 56. ' Araminta,' xii. 338. Ark- 
wright (Mrs.), her setting of 'Pirate's Fare- 
well,' ii. 492. Authors of quotations wanted, 
x. 55 ; xi. 148. ' Baal ; or, Sketches of Social 
Evils,' x. 169. Betheral, its meaning, xii. 
316. ' Blackheathen,' xii. 89. Bonassus, x. 318. 
British castles, vi. 338. Broom squires, ii. 252. 
Browne (Sir Thomas), his knighthood, viii. 



130. Byroniana, i. 488. Carlyle and Free- 
masonry, xii. 58. Charles I. and Elias Ashmole, 
v. 168. 'Chesterfield Burlesqued': 'The 
Horse Guards,' x. 368. Children at executions, 
iii. 495. Clement's Inn knocker, xi. 69. 
Clement's Inn sundial, vi. 30. Courvoisier, viii. 
451. Cunningham (Allan), his ' King of the 
Peak,' v. 271, 352. D'Eudemare, ii. 388. 
Effigies of heroic size in churches, viii. 250. 
Eleventh Commandment, viii. 478. Epi- 
taphiana, ii. 322, 474 ; viii. 227 ; xii. 506. 
Epitaphs, their bibliography, i. 44. ' Ex- 
periences of a Gaol Chaplain,' ii. 330. 
Fenning (Eliza), her execution, xii. 115. 
Ferrers (Earl), xi. 209, 434. Gainsborough, 
architect, c. 1300, xii. 93. George III.'s 
daughters, iv. 236. Gladstoniana : Glynnese, 
vii. 148. ' God save the King,' iii. 108. 
Guevara inscriptions at Stenigot, vii. 6. Gun 
cases = trousers, ix. 409. Hair becoming sud- 
denly white, x. 34. Hanging alive in chains, 
xi. 473. Harvest Supper songs, xii. 237. Here- 
fordshire window, viii. 8. Higgins (Godfrey), 
ii. 184. Horn dancing, i. 5. Humorous stories, 
ii. 355. 'John Bull's Bible,' v. 473. Kiplin 
or Kipling family, ii. 269. Laconic letters, v. 
197. Life-star folk-lore, vii. 129. ' Lights in 
Lyrics,' x. 430. Literary allusions, viii. 512. 
' Melton Breakfast,' viii. 269. Murder at 
Winnats, x. 16. Nana Sahib and the Indian 
Mutiny, viii. 248. " Neither my eye nor my 
elbow," viii. 254. Newman (Bobert), engraver, 
xii. 55. Nicknames of persons of fashion, 
xii. 515. " O dear, what can the matter be ? ' 
vii. 256, 315. " Passive Besister," viii. 37. 
" Pilgrim " monuments, vi. 310. Poem by H. 
F. Lyte, ii. 493. Portsmouth Street, No. 14, 
ix. 395. Premonstratensian abbeys, iv. 231. 
Quotations wanted, vi. 329. Begimental dis- 
tinctions, viii. 10. Bopes used at executions, 
v. 375. Boyal Oak Day, i. 486. Butland : 
origin of the name, xi. 294. Sextons : Bram- 
well family, x. 246. Shakespeare's descendants, 
xi. 346. ' Shotover Papers,' viii. 409. Southy's 
' Authentic Memoirs of George III.,' viii. 72. 
Steele (Bichard) and Freemasonry, vii. 392. 
Thackeray's pictures, ii. 169. ; There shall no 
tempests blow," iii. 449. Tollgate houses, 
x. 357. Trollope (Anthony) : key to ' Phtneas 
Finn,' viii. 349. Tudor spelt Tidder, xi. 453. 
Tusser's ' Husbandry,' 1848, ix. 169. Vernon 
(Dorothy) legend, vi. 432. Wellington (Duke 
of), strange epitaph, xi. 472. Weltje's Club, 
xii. 239 

H. (W. G.) on ' Tracts for the Times,' ii. 347 
H. (W. H.) on Armstrong gun, i. 388 
H. (W. J.) on Wilberforce and Huxley, x. 209 
H. (W. M.) on population of ancient Borne, xi. 273 
H. (W. B.) on book-stealing : degrees of blackness, 
vii. 212. Enigma by C. J. Fox, v. 97. Famous 
Chelsea, v. 33. Nelson's signal, iv. 370. 
Pightle : pikle, v. 134. Testout, iv. 297 
H. (W. S.) on " Come, all you jolly blades," v. 

289 

H. (W. S. B.) on churchwardens, ix. 130. Direc- 
toire gowns, x. 326. Egypt as a place-name, 
xi. 94. Final -ed, ii. 196. Motor index marks, 
iii. 153. n pronounced ng, i. 247. ' O dear, 
what can the matter be ? " vii. 256. Punctua- 
tion in MSS. and books, v. 502. ' Quires and 
places where they sing," ix. 88. Bacial 
problem of Europe, viii. 474. Wilson (Bev. 
John), ii. 449 



TENTH SERIES. 



121 



H. (W. T.) on desecrated fonts, ii. 112, 254. St. 

Fina of Gimignano, i. 349 
Haakon VII., derivation of the name, iv. 466 : vi. 

25 

Haakon, Christian name, in Orkney and Shet- 
lands, x. 234, 277 

Haan (Rev. L. A.), pamphlet on Diirer's patro- 
nymic, v. 25 

' Haarlem Courant,' translation of Dutch paper, 

v. 309 
Haberdatz, Luxemburg word, and haberdasher, 

viii. 108 

Habib Ullah, its pronunciation, vii. 87 
Habington (Thomas) and Worcester boundary, 
vii. 95 

" Hackbut bent," meaning of the phrase, xi. 507 ; 
xii. 36 

Hackett (Mrs. Conwai), her biography, x. 269, 
333 

Hackett (F. Warren) on " Hen-Hussey " : " Whip- 
stitch " : " Wood-toter," i. 449. " Ned : " To 
raise Ned," v. 8. "Pope Night," xii. 364. 
Rebecca of ' Ivanhoe,' ii. 193 

Hackney, Middlesex, origin of name, v. 309 ; 
and the Tyssen family, vii. 310 ; and Milton, xi. 
388, 438 

Hackney= riding-horse, its etymology, viii. 465 ; 
ix. 11, 52, 91, 177 

Hackney celebrities, viii. 86, 158 

Hacquoil (F. W.) on Barbary pirates off Devon- 
shire, x. 189. Meswinde the Fair, xii. 196. 
Silesian tooth, x. 188. Thunders tones, xii. 
327 

" Had better have been," use of the locution, iii. 
126 

Haddon, West, co. Northampton, field-names at, 
i. 46, 94, 156 ; parish clerks of, ii. 215 

Haddon Hall and the Dorothy Vernon legend, 
vi. 321, 382, 432, 513 ; vii. 53 

Hadrian, travelling in reign of, xi. 10, 113 

Hadrianus Junius, his poems, vi. 94 

Hadstock Church, Essex, Dane's skin at, i. 155 ; 
iii. 153 

Haes (H.) on author sought, iv. 487 

Hafiz, Persian poet, authoritative text, v. 68, 115, 
457 ; Oriental edition, xii. 429 

Hagbush Lane, ancient pack-horse road, iv. 295 

Haggard family of Norfolk, xi. 148, 254 

Haggovele, derivation of the word, i. 208, 256, 472 

Hagiological terms, c. 1500, ii. 147 

Hail, or Hayvil, in Arabia, viii. 169 ; ix. 58 

Haile (B. John), c. 1521, his biography, iv. 388 

Haines (C. R.) on authors of quotations wanted, 
vii. 412. Brothers with same Christian name, 
vii. 413. Names terrible to children, xi. 218. 
Plaistow and William Allen, viii. 253. Shake- 
speare and Nicholas Breton, vii. 247. 

Haines (Reginald) on battle of Bedr, ii. 475. 
Bow last used in war, i. 437. Du Bartas, iv. 
348. " Gentle " Shakespeare, iii. 169. Haynes 
(Samuel), i. 335. Horseshoes for luck, iii. 91. 
* Irus,' supposed play by Shakespeare, i. 349. 
' Old England," i. 189. St. George, ii. 168. 
Saying about the English, ii. 388. Shake- 
speare's autograph, ii. 107. Shakespeare's wife, 
ii. 429, 473 

Hair and spoon, symbols, their meaning, viii. 150 

Hair becoming suddenly white through fear, ix. 
445 ; x. 33, 75 ; xi. 433 

Hair-cutting and moon superstition, iv. 29, 116 
173, 234 

Hair-powdering closets, iv. 349, 417, 453 ; v 
57, 95, 135, 177, 394 



Haisborough or Happisburgh, near Cromer, xii. 

86 

Hake (T. St. Egmont) on gringo, griengro, i. 478 
Hake (William), M.P., and Cromwell family, viii. 

448 

Haklet or Hakluyt family, i. 404 
Haldane surname, x. 347, 396 
Hale (Dr. E. E.) and " He was a Samaritan," 

xii. 46, 177 
Hales (G. L.) on Holborn, ii. 392 
Halesowen, Worcestershire, its topography, vii. 

470 ; viii. 31 
Haley (F. G.) on Archbishop of Dublin in 1349, 
viii. 352. Canadian diary queries, xii. 188. 
Chiltern Hundreds, iii. 18 ; vii. 291. Freeman 
on Gladstone's 'Studies on Homer,' xii. 217- 
' Jenetta Norweb,' a lost book, iv. 437. ' Re- 
becca,' a novel, v. 117. ' Zapata's Questions,' 
iv. 512 
Half-baptized, Dickens on, x. 29, 90, 135, 256,. 

294 
Half -married, curious entry in Horsley register,. 

vi. 28, 97 ; viii. 100 

Halford (Hon. Mrs. G. F.) on society ladies, v. 469 
Halford (Sir Henry) on the opening of Charles I.'s- 

coffin, vii. 169, 210, 252, 334 
Half-sovereigns and sovereigns, their weights and' 

dates, viii. 251 ; ix. 17 
Halifax (Lord). See Savile. 

Hall (Alice) on " Raised Hamlet on them," xi. 237 
Hall (Arthur), his death, vii. 19 
Hall (A.) on Ainsty, ii. 97, 516 ; iii. 256. Aldwych,. 
i. 205. Ariel, v. 415. Cawood family, ii. 515- 
Chair of St. Augustine, i. 369. Dover pier, iv- 
491. Havel and slaie makers, v. 256. Holy- 
oake (G. J.) : his name, v. 126. ' Lass of 
Richmond Hill,' iii. 290. Masons' marks, iii- 
297. Peek-bo, ii. 153. Penrith, i. 354. Pig r 
swine : hog, iv. 510. " Scole Inn," Norfolk, i.- 
313. Shakespeariana, v. 465. Shakespeare's 
Sonnet XXVI., ii. 214. "To have a month's 
mind," iii. 54. Twizzle -twigs, v. 194. Wace 
on the battle of Hastings, iv. 38 
Hall (Mrs. B. de Z.) on Bouvear or Bouviere, viii.. 
251. College H^raldique de France, viii. 368.. 
Tyrrell family, viii. 190 
Hall (Mrs. Catherine), d. 1773, her epitaph, viii. 

487 

Hall (Sir Charles), d. 1883, his burial-place, ix. 169' 
Hall (Dr.), tutor of the Earl of Roscommon, i. 268 
Hall (Mrs. E. S.), her poems, vi. 227 
Hall (Francis), of Venezuela, Winchester scholar,. 

v. 128 

Hall (Hammond) on Dickens on the Bible, v. 355. 
Place, v. 353. Plane sailing, x. 316. Waterloo r 
Charlotte, x. 315 

Hall (Capt. H. K.) on " Breaking the flag," vi. 196. 
Portraits in ' Town and Country Magazine,' iv. 
464. * Steer to the Nor'-Nor'-West,' iii. 436 
Hall (James) on Lincoln civic insignia : the 
Mayor's ring, iii. 436. " Mors sceptra ligonibus 
sequat," xii. 494. Ninths, iii. 454. Shelley 
(William), iii. 493 
Hall (John), Bishop of Bristol, 1691-1710, his: 

wife, i. 9, 72 
Hall (Bishop Joseph), Sir Walter Scott and motto 

prefix in ' The Antiquary,' vii. 187 
Hall (J. K.), on church at Warden Point, xi. 207 
Hall (R. V.) on officers of State in Ireland, iv. 

149 

Hall (T. W.)on Denner family, xi. 289. Marriott 
of Ughill, v. 128. Polhill family, xi. 412.. 
Twizzle-twigs, v. 53 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Hall (W. Penn-Gaskell) on Hall : Gaskell : Perm, 
ix. 248 

Hall (W. T.) on folk-lore origins, vi. 509 

Hall family, ix. 248 

Halle (E.), his ' Chronicle,' 1548, ix. 387 

Hallet family, iii. 308 

Halley (Dr. Edmond), his comet, i. 86, 152 ; his 
two voyages, 1698-1700, 289 ; his bibliography, 
ii. 224 ; iv. 526 ; and Dr. Arthur Charlett, vi. 
408 ; his pedigree, vii. 263 

Halley (Edmond), surgeon R.N., ii. 88, 177 

Halley (Humphrey), c. 1637, his biography, vi. 69 

Halley, Parry, and Tooke families, vii. 89, 445 ; 
viii'. 37, 221, 373 

Halley and Pyke or Pike families, v. 265 ; ix. 166 

Halley and Stewart families, ix. 446 

Halley family, xi. 64, 407 

Halley family arms, v. 406 

Halley surname, iii. 447 

Halliwell (Henry), 1765-1835, his biography, 
x. 426 ; xi. 18 

Halls of City Companies, iii. 87, 171, 294 

Halm (Frederick), his ' Was ist Liebe ? ' ix. 386 

Halo, lunar, and rain, vi. 265, 338, 412 ; vii. 193 

Haltwhistle, curious epitaph, xii. 507 

Ham, his wife, Hebrew tradition, iv. 429 

Ham (J. S.) on Jacobite verses, ii. 350. Latton 
(John), v. 216. Passing bell, i. 351. South- 
wold Church, iii. 370. Tunbridge Wells and 
district, iii. 475 

Ham House, Surrey, its closed gates, v. 249 

Hamberbonne, meaning of the word, v. 190, 270, 
315 

Hambleton (Lieut.), error for Hamilton, iii. 417 

Hamden (Elizabeth), letter of 1641, vi. 210 

Hame-rein, etymology of the word, x. 106, 196 

Hamill (Mayor) of Capri, wounded, 1806, vii. 27, 
114 

Hamilton (Lady Augusta) and ' Marriage Rites,' x. 
73, 158 

Hamilton (Emma, Lady) and Nelson, xii. 261 

Hamilton (L.) on Imperial phrases, vii. 348 

Hamilton (S. G.) on Capt. Bettesworth's statue, 
xi. 468. Bible (old), ii. 152. Graves (Richard), 
the younger, xii. 455. John (King), his 
charters, i. 512. Leap Year, ix. 191. Pic- 
tures at Teddington, vii. 153. Sarum, ii. 496 ; 
iii. 75, 237 

Hamilton (William), East India Company 
surgeon, xii. 381 

Hamilton family, viii. 450 ; ix. 497 

Hamilton family of Arran, v. 328 

Hamilton Place, Hyde Park, its historv, ix. 10, 
94 

Hamlet as Christian name, viii. 4, 155, 237, 329, 
418, 436 ; xii. 98 

Hammals=alms, etymology of the word, vii. 248, 
353 

Hammer post, Sussex relic, its disappearance, xi. 
486 

Hammersley (H.) on Sir Alexander Grant's will, 
iii. 168 

Hamond (G. B.) on Sir William Hamond, vii. 329 

Hamond (Sir William) of Carshalton, died 1741, 
vii. 329 

Hamonet (A.), on authors of quotations wanted, 
iii. 197 

Hampden : Allen : Gregory, viii. 249 

Hampden (J.) and Cromwell, their embarkation 
prevented, viii. 446 

Hampden family, xii. 230, 292 

Hampshire booksellers and printers, v. 481 ; 
vi. 31 



Hampstead, great hollow elm at, iii. 187, 257 ; 
vii. 234 ; its omnibus service, viii. 86, 156, 293, 
396 ; repairing of highways in, 464 ; references 
in song to, x. 187, 296, 377, 458, 497 ; theatre 
at, 1807, 287 
Hampstead Heath, demolition of octagonal engine 

house, vii. 424, 513 

Hampstead Road, alterations in, ii. 125 
Hampton Court, vinery at, ii. 506 
H imp ton Court and Hampton, bibliography, ix. 

169, 317 
Hampton Court Palace and William Talman, vii. 

288, 395, 476 
Hanbury (Benjamin), d. 1864, his library, xii. 9, 

58 

Hancock (Saul Tysoe), friend of Warren Hast- 
ings, viii. 210 

Hancock (T. W.) on clergy in wigs, viii. 149 
Hand, " giving the hand " in diplomacy, ii. 126, 

251 

Hand or hands, kissing the sovereign's, i. 135 
Handel and Bononcini, epigram on, ii. 7 ; viii. 

487, 518 ; xi. 426 
Handford on broken on the wheel, vii. 147. 

Lundy Island, iv. 16. Pillion : flails, vi. 313 
Handkerchief, silk, " The Angler's Companion," 

x. 267 

Handkerchiefs as relics of horse-races, viii. 448 
Hands (J. G.) on -pour, vi. 95 
Handwriting, restoration when faded, iii. 88 ; 

changes in, x. 269 y 338 

Haney (J. L.) on Tennyson bibliography, xi. 322 
Hanged, drawn, and quartered, form of the punish- 
ment, i. 209, 275, 356, 371, 410, 497 ; ii. 97 
Hangers and pot-hooks explained, vii. 388, 432 
Hanging, recovery from, x. 86 
Hanging alive in chains, xi. 221, 303, 404, 472 ; 

xii. 212 
Hangman, common, holders of the office, viii. 244, 

335, 353, 376 

Hangmen who have been hanged, xi. 468 ; xii. 16 
Hanley and Chesterton, Staffs, manors of, x. 210 
Hanmer (Dr. Meredith), his ' Epistle Dedica- 

torie,' v. 164, 216 
Hanover Square, shot-marks on St. George's 

Church, viii. 387, 455 ; demolition of Hare- 
wood House, x. 406 
Hanoverian Lodge, Royal Independent, its seal, 

xi. 470 ; xii. 139 

Hansard (G. A.) his ' Book of Archery,' vi. 429 
Hansed = admitted to a Hans, x. 286 
Hansom (J. S.) on John Banister, Wykehamist, vi. 

157. Jesuits at Mediolanum, x. 375. Paston 

(Dorothy) or Bedingfeld, vi. 509. Slade (John), 

xii. 15. Tyburn, the, xi. 32. 
Hanson (J. and T.), c. 1650, ii. 209 
Han way = umbrella, use of the word, viii. 328 ; 

ix. 493 
Happer (Mrs. F. A.) on French taxes remitted, xii. 

456 
Happisburgh or Haisborough, near Cromer, xii. 86, 

133 

Harben on initial letters for words, x. 176 
Harben (H. A.) on Brokenselde, xi. 110^ Catea- 

ton Street, v. 613. Cernet's tower, xii. 396. 

Marylebone, xi. 291. Newlands, Chalfont St. 

Peter, iv. 276. Rocque's and Horwood's maps 

of London, iii. 353. " Stoples (Le)," xii. 410. 
' The " as part of title, iii. 38. Tyburn, the, x. 

430. Wale : Forewale : Afterwale, x.. 146 
Harbour : Cold Harbour, the place name, ii. 14, 74 
Harbours, books on, xi. 409, 452, 477, 514 
Harding (Joseph) his biography, iii. 64 



TENTH SERIES. 



123 



Harding (Mrs.), portrait by Cosway, vii. 309 
Harding family, iv. 289 

Hardingcourt on Dummer family, iv. 230. Hard- 
ing family, iv. 289 

' Hardly. .. .than," bad construction, vi. 426 
Hardwicke (H. J.) on Bishop Sampson of Lich- 

field, xi. 117 

Hardwicke (H. J. A.) on disdaunted, x. 416 
Hardwicke House, Seaford, and Alfred Tennyson, 

vii. 466 

Hardy (F. J.) on drawbridges still in use, xii. 148 
Hardy (Thomas) and architectural restoration, 

vi. 365 

Hardy (T. de L.) on Mottram Hall, vi. 150 
Hardy (Sir T. M.), his pedigree in ' Three Dorset 
Captains,' 241 ; his watch and Thomas Soper, 
v. 287, 349 
Hare, its association with Easter, iv. 306 ; v. 

292, 375 ; forecasting fire, xi. 310, 413, 458 
Hare family and Wormleybury Hall, vii. 290 
Hare-hunting in Gloucestershire, viii. 304 
Harengeye, Lodge Hill, and Wallace and Bruce, 

vii. 343 
Harepath, near Exeter, its derivation, i. 190, 

459, 517 
Hare wood House, Hanover Square, its demolition, 

x. 406 
Hargrave Church, game diagram on stone in, vi. 

214 

Haridge (E.) on English pennies, v. 309 
Harington (Sir John), his daughter Lady Freeh- 
vile, vii. 510 ; viii. 70 
Harington (Sir John) and ' Nugse Antiquse,' 1769, 

xi. 161 

Harka, Arabic word, its meaning, xii. 127, 194 
Harkness (M. L.) on Latin pronunciation, ix. 251 
Harland-Oxley (W. E.) on Academy of the Muses, 
iv. 177. Albany Baths, York Road, xii. 429. 
Almshouses or workhouses in America, vi. 289. 
Almsmen, Westminster Abbey, iv. 236. Avia- 
tion : early attempts, xii. 126. " Bacchanals ' 
or " Bag-o'-Nails," vi. 490. Bee-sting cure for 
rheumatism, xii. 248. Bellamy's, i. 518. 
Bidding prayer, vii. 70. Blackburne (Arch- 
bishop), xii. 54. Black Dog Alley, West- 
minster, ii. 5. Bloomsbury's famous houses, 
v. 508. Brass rubbings, vii. 49. Broken 
Cross, Westminster, xi. Ill, 265. Bromley 
coat of arms, ii. 366. Canon v. prebendary, 
vi. 251, 352. ' Cardinal " of St. Paul's, x. 235. 
Chelsea Physic Garden, i. 271. Christian 
names, curious, i. 171. Clapham worthies, v 
306. Cole (Jacob), xii. 251. Coliseums old 
and new, iii. 52. ' Correct to a T," xii. 273. 
Coutts (Messrs.), their removal, ii. 125. " Dark 
as black pigs," xii. 268. Egyptian Hall, Picca- 
dilly, iii. 163, 411. Election Sunday, West- 
minster School, vi. 213 ; viii. 207. Essex 
Martyrs' Memorial, xi. 65. " Essex Serpent 
and Westminster taverns, x. 376 ; xii. 322. 
Exeter Hall, its closing, viii. 127. Finnis 
Street, ix. 486. Foote (Samuel), comedian, xi. 
56. Gayfere Street, Westminster, xi. 286. 
Gosling family, viii. 412. Grievance Office : 
John Le Keux, ii. 413. :c Guildford Barge, 
Lambeth, xii. 410. Haymarket, Westminster, 
vii. 370 ; viii. 94. Hengler's Circus, xii. 47, 
173. Hill (Rowland), his Chapel and the 
Rotunda, x. 221. Hinds (Dr. Samuel), i. 351. 
Hoppner and Sir T. Frankland's daughters, 
x. 168. Horseferry, Westminster, iii. 248. 
Houses of historical interest, ii. 425 ; iv. 486 ; 
v. 483 ; vi. 215 ; vii. 413 ; viii. 12 ; xi. 45. 



Incledon : Cooke, iv. 92. Initial letters in- 
stead of words, x. 258. Jews and Jewesses in 
fiction, xii. 118. Jiggery-pokery, iv. 166. 
Kingsland almshouses, vi. 262, 303 ; viii. 
426; xi. 124. " Lilliput Hall" public-house, 
vi. 209. Linkbpys : Savile Row, vi. 345 . 
London cemeteries in 1860, ii. 296. London 
remains : their utilization, viii. 476 ; xii. 197. 
London statues and memorials, x. 211, 290, 370, 
491. Lorraine or Touraine, xii. 309. Louis 
XVIII.'s Queen and Westminster Abbey, 
xii. 193. Lych gates, ix. 495. Matlock Council 
arms, vi. 424. 'Melton Breakfast,' viii. 315. 
Moxhay, Mr., Leicester Square showman, iii. 
307. ' Naked Boy and Coffin," iii. 67. 
Napoleon III. hi London, ix. 371. National 
Flag, x. 131. Navarino flagship, x. 126. 
New River voter : the lasir, vi. 405. Newman 
(Cardinal), his birthplace, viii. 11. Nicholas 
as a feminine name, xi. 87. Octagonal engine- 
house on Hampstead Heath, vii. 424. " Old 
ewe dressed lamb fashion," xii. 189. Penny a 
year rent, ii. 186. Port Arthur, ii. 251. Pound, 
Rochester Row, v. 54. Pryor's Bank, Fulham, 
xii. 172. Raleigh's head, i. 130, 459. Royal 
arms in churches, v. 294. Rutherfurd (Capt.), 
at Trafalgar, xi. 73 ; xii. 76. S.P.Q.R., vi. 
467. Sacred place-names, xii. 176. St. Mar- 
garet's, Westminster, and the Queen's West- 
minsters, i. 363 ; and Buckingham, vii. 427 ; 
and St. John's, Westminster, x. 244 ; its 
east window, xii. 357. St. Margaret's Church- 
yard, i. 23, 62. St. Margaret's Hospital or 
Green Coat School, x. 129. St. Michael's, 
Sutton Court, xi. 146. St. Michael's Church, 
Burleigh Street, v. 181, 507. St. Thomas's, 
Charterhouse, x. 347. "Salutation" Tavern, 
Billingsgate, viii. 53. Sanderson (Henry), clock- 
maker, iv. 275. Sharpham (Edward), x. 172. 
South wark canons, viii. 185. Speakers of the 
House of Commons, xi. 31. Spencer (Nicholas) 
of St. Margaret's, xii. 147. ' Streets of London,' 
iv. 50. Subterraneous Exhibition, viii. 174 . 
Swedish Church, Prince's Square, x. 97. 
Tombstones and inscriptions, viii. 433. Vanish- 
ing London : old houses near Blackf riars Road , 
xi. 106. Vernon (Admiral) and South London, 
xi. 448. Village mazes, x. 96. Westminster 
Abbey almsmen, xi. 227, 355. Westminster 
Abbey changes, i. 467. Westminster changes, 
in 1903, i. 263, 302 ; in 1904, iii. 381, 423 ; 
in 1905, v. 221, 262, 491 ; in 1906, vii. 81 , 
122, 161 ; in 1907, ix. 163, 225 ; in 1908, xi. 
201, 262. Westminster finds, recent, iii. 105. 
Westminster Latin play, xi. 427. Westminster 
School, boarding-houses, ii. 127. Westminster 
wills, xii. 355. Wigan bell foundry, v. 168. 
Womack (Dr. Laurence), xii. 492 

Harlem, news writer of old ' Weekly Comedy,' v. 
309 

Harlesden, derivation of the place-name, iii. 208, 
275 

Harley (Edward), Esq., c. 1726, his identity, viii. 
203 

Harley (Sir Edward), his entry into Parliament, 
vi. 126, 177 

Harley (Robert), Earl of Oxford, his biography, 
iv. 206, 317 ; and Abigail Hill, v. 390, 471 ; 
vi. 35 

Harleyford, Buckinghamshire, inscriptions at, 
i. 516 

Harling, East, and " Easterling," i. 605 

Harlsey Castle, co. York, ii. 89, 193 



124 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Harman (Richard), Mayor of Norwich 1639, viii. 

107 

Harmatopegos on John Adams, Serjeant-at-Law, 
ix. 413. Altree family, ix. 413. Burials at 
Nice, x. 57. Charterhouse Grammar School, 
xii. 468. " His end was peace," x. 450. Hol- 
bein subjects, x. 38. Peacock (T. L.), x. 76 
Harney (George Julian) and G. J. Holyoake, 

initial coincidence, v. 126 
Harold II., his mother Gytha, iv. 168, 232 ; and 

the Royal Houses of England, Denmark, and 

Russia, iv. 188, 276 
Harold (Barton). See De Harold. 
Harp, the Lamont, i. 329 ; ii. 71, 132 ; Queen 

Mary's, ii. 71 

Harper (C. G.) and Welsh mutations, iv. 286 
Harpist, use of the word, iii. 87 
Harpole Church, Northamptonshire, inscription 

in, iii. 253 

Harpsfield (John and Nicholas), ' D.N.B.' on, i. 224 
Harrap (G. G.) on John Crowe, iii. 328 
Harriet, her identity, and Joseph Lancaster, iv. 

29 
Harringay House, vii. 106, 157, 216, 253, 274, 

371 

Harrington family, xii. 332 
Harris (Mrs* A.) on Golden Roof at Innsbruck, v. 

89 
Harris (C. S.) on buccado, x. 137. Shrewsbury 

clock, viii. 313. " Tertias of foot," iv. 12. 

Vernon of Hodnet, x. 76. Victorian coin, x. 77. 

Vivandieres, x. 216 
Harris (E. B.) on first book auctions in England, 

v. 43. Shakespeare (Third Folio), ix. 241. 

Shakespeare's plays, vi. 102 
Harris (J.), Westminster scholar, xi. 230 
Harris (L.) on Madame D'Arblay's diary, xii. 

469 
Harris (Miss M. D.) on " Dieu done tout," viii. 210. 

' St. Christian,' miracle play, xi. 230. Wrong- 
half : pych : targe, x. 248 
Harris (Thomas Lake), d. 1906, poet and mystic, 

his biography, x. 329 ; xii. 166 
Harris ( ), silver-buckle maker, 1780-1810, x. 

449 ; xi. 18 
Harris's ' List of Covent Garden Ladies,' 1760- 

93, ix. 370 

Harrison (B.) on female violinists, v. 229 
Harrison (F.) on briefs in 1742, x. 330. Leland 

on Trowbridge, x. 407. Name-corruption : 

Mountain Bower, xi. 505 
Harrison (F.) on Oxford Divinity Examination, 

vii. 470. Rewman, vi. 309 
Harrison (J.) on barometer by Marinone & Co., 

ii. 346 

Harrison (John), 1579-1656, iii. 205 
Harrison (Sir John), of Balls Park, Herts, iv. 68, 

132 

Harrow, lease of land in, 1825, ix. 171 
Harrow School and the Page family, vii. 322, 410 
Harroway, references to roads called, ix. 310 
Harston (A.) on bosting, masons' term, xii. 75. 

Fig trees in London, xii. 476. Highways re- 
paired, ix. 13. Putlog : pudding, building terms, 

xii. 77. Rod of brickwork, xi. 116 
Hart (Allen) on Essex fatal to women, xii. 90 
Hart (H. Chichester) on Carlo Buff one, i. 381. 

' Captain " in Fletcher and Jonson, ii. 184. 

4 Cry you mercy, I took you for a joint-stool," 

ii. 66. Dickens and Salisbury Plain, vi. 466. 

Greene (Robert), his prose works, iv. 1, 81, 162, 

224, 483 ; v. 84, 202, 343, 424, 442, 463, 484, 
504. Lodge, Guarini, and Mathew Roydon, vi. 



221. ' Measure for Measure,' x. 63. Peek- 
bo, ii. 85. Shakespeariana, i. 163 ; iii. 425 ; 
iv. 284, 443 ; v. 465 

Hart (John), his ' Diarium Turris,' ix. 184 
Hart (W. G.) on Miss Watson, viii. 148 
Hart (Sir W. Neville) and his descendants, x. 263 
Harte (Bret) and Servius Sulpicius, viii. 205, 297, 

357 

Harte (W.) on Titian's * Venus with Mirror,' iv. 127 
Harting (J. E.) on Brathwait's ' Huntsman's 

Raunge,' iv. 467 
Hartington (Marquis of) and President Lincoln, vii. 

165, 275, 318, 433 
Hartley (Rev. Salter St. George John), his 

biography, i. 87, 156, 198, 253, 316 
Hartley (Dr. J.), his biography, i. 87, 156, 198, 

253, 316 
Hartley (T. C.) on Journal of House of Commons, 

ii. 248 

Hartley (William), of Leeds pottery, ii. 152 
' Hartley House, Calcutta,' allusions hi, ix. 110 
Hartlib (Samuel), his copying ink, iii. 414 
Hartshorne (Albert) on tea as a meal, i. 209 
Hartwell estate, Bucks, its history, xii. 264, 395 
Hartwig (A. C. T.) on medal of 1555, ix. 89 
Harvest, late intellectual, ii. 54 
Harvest custom at Tunbridge Wells, iv. 447 
Harvest Supper songs, xii. 30, 71, 137, 237, 276 
Harvest tune sixty years ago, iv. 164 
Harvey (Gabriel), his books, i. 267 
Harvey (William), b. 1578, his birthplace, x. 9, 117, 

174, 216 

Haskoll (J.) his bust of Sir Isaac Newton, iv. 329 
Hasped, meaning of the word, i. 366 
Hasta Vibrans on con- contraction, iii. 335 
Hastings, inscription in St. Clement's Church, i. 

412 
Hastings, battle of, Wace's description, iii. 407, 

455 ; iv. 38 

Hastings (John), M.P. Leicester 1559, ix. 368 
Hastings (Miss) on Sterne's letters to John 

Blake, v. 247 

Hastings (Warren), his first wife, i. 426, 494 ; 
ii. 10 ; and Sir Charles Malet, iii. 28 ; sale of his 
effects, vi. 268, 335, 474 ; admission tickets for 
his trial, vii. 248 ; his son George, x. 128 ; his 
residence at 40, Park Lane, xi. 466 
Hastle, meaning of the word, x. 108, 377 
Haswell (F. R. N.) on Haswell family, iii. 376. 
Hutchinson (William), iii. 327. Smith in 
Latin, iv. 409 

Haswell (G. W.) on hair-powdering closets, v. 95. 
Municipal sword-bearer, v. 151. Open-air 
pulpits, v. 96 

Haswell family, iii. 225, 313, 376, 477 
Hat, called cadey, x. 147, 198, 277 ; called 

moloker, 385 

Hatch (Hyde), Westminster scholar, x. 148 
Hatchments, in churches, iv. 488 ; xi. 307 ; 

bibliography of, vi. 290, 350, 472 
Hatmakers' materials in 18th cent., ix. 388, 477 
Hats, worn in the House of Commons, vi. 488 ; 

worn in the royal presence, viii. 326 
Hatsell (Sir Henry), Baron of Exchequer, ix. 150 
Hatton (A. P.) on tenses in fiction, iii. 307 
Hatton (Sir Christopher), his title, i. 267 
Hatton (Lady) and Francis Bacon, vii. 90 
Haughendo, etymology of the word, xi. 509 ; xii. 

56 

Haul, its derivation, xi. 307, 395, 455 
Haultmont (M.) on 'Bathilda,' iv. 93. 'Cha- 
peroned by her father," i. 211. Dumas, its 
pronunciation, iv. 275. French quotation, 



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vii. 215. Italian initial h, ii. 352. Latin pro- 
nunciation, ix. 353, 512. "Morale," i. 205. 
Podike, its locality, vii. 293. " Politica del 
carciofo," ix. 438. Psychological moment, xi. 
94. > Rules of Christian life, ii. 255. Thune : 
(Eil-de-boauf, French slang, vii. 153 
Hautenville-Cope. See Cope. 
Hautville family, vi. 468, 493 
Havana, storming of Fort Moro, 1762, i. 448, 514 ; 

ii. 93, 175, 256, 313, 375 
Havel makers, explanation of name, v. 209, 256 
Havelock (H.) on morganatic, x. 470. Bogest- 

vensky, iii. 356 
Havelock (Sir Henry), poems on his march to 

Lucknow, vi. 349 
Haward (Capt. Lazarus), and word " galapines," 

ii. 447 

Hawes (Francis), d. 1764, his biography, i. 8 
Hawk and eagle, story of, xii. 249 
Hawke (P.) his translation of Dante, at Angers, 

vii. 507 

Hawker (B. S.), his Trelawny ballad, i. 83, 
405 ; his ecclesiastical vestments, 278, 436 ; 
memorial at Morwenstow, ii. 286, 408 
Hawkes-Strugnell (Commander W.) on Strugnell 

surname, xi. 109 

Hawkins (B.) on Hawkins family and arms, x. 389 
Hawkins (Sir Christopher), d. 1829, portraits of, x. 

268 
Hawkins (Thomas), Fellow of Winchester College, 

- A >- 

11. 45 
Hawkins (William), D.D., d. 1691, his biography, i. 

127 

Hawkins family and arms, x. 389, 472 ; xi. 32 
Hawley (Col. Francis), his portrait, vi. 7 
Hawley (Lieut.-General Henry), his biography, 

vi. 6, 56, 89 
Hawser=rope, earliest quotation, xi. 307, 395, 

455 

Hawtrey surname, its etymology, v. 348, 417 
Hay (Sir James) on Charles I., i. 65 
Hay (James) on Boer War of 1881, i. 395 
Hay (Col. John), his ' Pike County Ballads,' viii. 

507 

Haydon (B. B.), his references to Canova, v. 52 
Hayes (J.) on Croker's pantomimes, iii. 269. 

Glasse (Mrs. Hannah), vii. 467. Le Blon 

mezzos, x. 450. Napoleon and the Sans Souci 

treasures, vi. 341. Parsons (Father), his portrait, 

vii. 490. Peel (Sir B.), his franked letters, v. 

48, 274. ' Sketch from Nature,' xii. 148 
Hayes (Justice), his ' Elegy written in the Temple 

Gardens,' x. 468, 514 
Hayes (Mr.), murdered in 1725, i. 64 
Hayes (Mr.), Consul at Smyrna, 1790, v. 349 
Hayes (Samuel), Westminster scholar, xi. 149, 

217 

Hayes (T. J.) on tholsels, iv. 387 
Hayil, or Hail, in Arabia, viii. 169 ; ix. 58 
Hayley and Blake at Felpham, viii. 231, 277 
Hayman (Bobert), b. 1578-9, his poems, x. 23 
Haymarket, Westminster, c. 1734, its site, vii. 

270, 370, 516 ; viii. 94 
Haymarket theatre, puns at the, i. 269 
Haynes (Samuel), d. 1811, his parentage, i. 269, 

334 

Hays (Admiral) and Bev. William Pace, iv. 9 
Haze : hazy, etymology of the words, vii. 108, 213, 

273 * x. 102 

Hazel or hessle pears, ii. 349, 436 ; vi. 237, 296 
Hazel in Irish politics, ix. 126, 258 
Hazlitt (John), miniaturist, his biography, iii. 

468 ; iv. 57 



Hazlitt (W.), criticism of Wordsworth's Solitary, 
vi. 185, 275 ; Norman Court and Sarah 
Stoddart, ix. 101, 177, 292 ; Winterslow estates, 
x. 61 ; memorial tablet to, xi. 504 
Hazy : haze, etymology of the words, x. 102 
Heacham parish officers, ii. 247, 335, 371, 431 ; 

iii. 37 

Heacock or Hiccocks (Bobert), b. 1625, x. 210 
Heacock and Davis families, viii. 170 
Head, called " twopenny," iv. 69, 217, 331 
Head (J. G.) on Jenny Wilkins, xi. 268 
Head-dresses of ladies in theatre, v. 389, 433, 477 
Headly (C. B.), on Headly arms, iv. 309 
Heads put together when considering verdict, 

i. 326 

Healey family, x. 364 

Heape (B.) on dated stones in buildings, vi. 349 
" Hear, hear ! " foreign equivalents, x. 248, 296, 

376, 452 

Heardlome, the word in Court Boll, 1604, i. 29, 75 
Hearne (Samuel), pamphlets by, c. 1773, xii. 488 
Hearne (Thomas), his tomb, v. 66 
Hearnshaw (F. J. C. ) on Court Leet : Manor 

Court, vii. 327 
Hearsey (Andrew), of Middelburgh, Holland, his 

ancestors, iv. 128 

Hearsey (Thomas Harry), his ancestors, x. 149 
Heart, human, eaten, iii. 336 
Heart of Louis XIV. eaten, ii. 346, 496 ; iv. 434 
Hearth Money, Boll of, Ireland, 1666, xii. 308 
Hearts of celebrities in the H6tel des Invalides, i. 

385, 470 
" Hearts of oak '" as defenders of the country, 

earliest instance, v. 409 
Heated refrigerator-cars, use of the term, vi. 

146 

Heath (J. A.) on authors of quotations, viii. 169 
Heath (Job), several of the name, iii. 468 
Heath (W.), artist, d. 1840, his engravings, ix. 

385, 473 ; x. 13, 93 
Heathfield, Sussex, its history, xi. 169 
Heatley family pedigree, iii. 488 
Heaven, Hell, and Paradise as place-names, i. 

245, 332 ; ii. 354, 533 
Heavy wet : a kind of drink, xii. 430 
Hebb (J.) on Alberta, Canada, ix. 486. Authors 
of quotations, iv. 38 ; viii. 230. Barga, Italy, 
ii. 537. Bathing-machines, ii. 131. Beachey 
Head : its derivation, xi. 186. Beadnell, i. 18. 
Begums, i. 14. Billycock hat, ix. 27, 94. 
Cannizaro (Duchess of), iv. 358. Chimney-back, 
cast iron, ii. 189. .Chippendale (T.) : W. 
Chippendale, vi. 447. Coleridge and opium, xii. 
65. Colfe's Almshpuses, Lewisham, ii. 324. 
" Coup de Jarnac," i. 6. Coutts (Messrs.), their 
removal, ii. 293. Cross sign : hot cross buns, 
ix. 436. Curtain lectures, vii. 226. Dante, 
unknown portrait, iv. 205. Dante and architec- 
ture, vii. 266. Dante's sonnet to Guido 
Cavalcanti, iv. 207. Diabolo : its origin, ix. 47. 
Dialogues of Luisa Sigea, xi. 170. Eighteenth- 
century queries, viii. 436 ; ix. 35. Epigram on 
Ferdinand I., vii. 506. ' Face of Clay,' viii. 
508. French proverbial phrases, i. 485. Fos- 
colo (Ugo) in London, vii. 487. Gallows of 
alabaster, iv. 276. Garibaldi, origin of the 
name, iv. 67. Garibaldi in England, viii. 86. 
Garum and punch, xi. 466. Grand Guignol, ix. 
267. Great Queen Street, iii. 366; iv. 326; 
vi. 147. Gwynne (Nell), her looking-glass, viii. 
61. Hame-rein, x. 106. Hardwicke House, 
Seaford, vii. 466. Hardy (Thomas) and. 
restoration, vi. 365. Hogsflesh (William), viii 



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28, 334, 394. Horne-Tooke (John), vii. 509. 
H6tel Moras (otherwise Biron), Paris, xii. 89. 
Humby (Mrs.), actress, iii. 288. Italian artists, 
modern, iii. 38. James (John), architect, viii. 
5 ; ix. 127. Keelhaul : cobkey : ' mor- 
ryoune," viii. 54. ' King Nutcracker,' iv. 508. 
Kirby (Richard), architect, v. 232. Kirkstead 
Chapel, Lines, vii. 446. Lambs in Great 
Russell Street, ix. 37. London statues and 
memorials, ix. 364. Louis Philippe's landing 
in England, vi. 133. Lutyens (E. A.), painter, 
viii. 276. Macnab legend, xi. 492. Mal- 
herbe's ' Stances a Du Perrier, xii. 38. Meaux 
Abbey, vii. 134. Melbourne (Lord) and 
Thackeray, x. 387. Milton relic, x. 388. 
Milton's house in Aldersgate Street, x. 404. 
Mink, its meaning, viii. 27. Moore (Albert) and 
the ' D.N.B.,' viii. 46, 317. Napoleon on the 
Undaunted, vi. 287, 376. Napoleon's carriage, 
vii. 393. Nothing, vi. 397. Pecchio (Count 
Giuseppe), ix. 307. Pennethorne (Sir James) 
and ' Saturday Review,' iv. 506. Pinchbeck 
family, iv. 33. " Politica del carci6fo," viii. 
290. " Pull one's leg," vii. 164. Rigadoon, 
ii. 65. Schopenhauer in English, xii. 115. 
Shakespeariana, v. 465. Small parishes, iii. 331 . 
Songs, Early Victorian, xi. 237. ' Sur la 
Pierre blanche ' : Philopatris, xii. 229. Talman 
(J.), architect, vii. 206. Talman (W.), and 
Hampton Court Palace, vii. 395. Tammany, ix . 
126. Tanner = sixpence, x. 50. Tennyson (A. 
and F.), sonnets by, vii. 89. Thackeray : 
Roundabout Papers, xii. 33. Totter-out : jag, 
viii. 475. Towers of silence, iv. 264. Vanish- 
ing London, v. 165. Virgil, '^neid,' I. 462, 
vi. 110. Vulliamy (Benjamin), x. 365 

Hebdomadary, use of the word, v. 44, 91 

Heber (Bishop Reginald), ' Palestine,' parallel 
passages, i. 69 ; ballad by, v. 184, 253 ; " Only 
man is vile," xii. 206, 256, 297 

Heber (Richard), his library, xii. 228 

Hebrew coins with lions on the reverse, viii. 17 

Hebrew inscriptions on seals, ix. 110 

' Hebrew Maiden's Answer to the Crusader,' vii. 
269, 394, 413, 516 

Hebrew tradition regarding Cain and Ham's wife, 
iv. 429 

Hecateus, his description of the Britons, v. 308, 
417 

Heckstall (Brooke), Rector of SS. Anne and Agnes, 
vi. 30 ; x. 148 ; xii. 247, 354 

Hedgehog, a ship, c. 1545, vii. 308 

Hedge-sparrow, called Betty, vii. 469 

Hedin (Sven), his account of ice-splitting, vii. 
114 

Heech, the word in Court Roll, 1604, i. 29, 75 

Heelis (John Loraine), his death, ii. 100 

Heelis ( J. L.) on " Better the day, better the deed," 
i. 448. Chateaubriand, relic of, i. 165. Napo- 
leon's power of awaking, i. 446. Russian pre- 
diction, i. 445 

Heenvliet, Dutch ambassador, and Lord Wotton's 
daughter, vii. 130, 175 

Heidelberg matriculation register, v. 368 ; vi. 
354 

Heifer in Keas's ' Grecian Urn,' iii. 464 

Heighway (W.) on Heighway family, x. 490 

Heighway family, x. 490 

Heine, his legend of Council of Basle, i. 8, 397 ; and 
Balzac, a coincidence, x. 109 

Helder (Edward), mythical pall-bearer of Shake- 
speare, iii. 204 

Helena (Queen) in London, i. 29 



Helga on Anne Plantagenet, Duchess of Exeter, 
vii. 149. Arden as a feminine name, ii. 368. 
Batrome, i. 252, 378. " Bisk," i. 138. Caro- 
line (Queen), her trial, i. 127. Charles the 
Bold, i. 232. Charles V. on languages, i. 227. 
Christian names, curious, i. 236 ; ii. 375. 
Eleanor, daughter of Edward I., vii. 229. 
Eleanor of Castile : her tomb, vii. 8. Fair Maid 
of Kent, i. 289 ; ii. 59. Fotheringay, ii. 128. 
Grant (Barbara), ii. 327. Gytha, mother of 
Harold II., iv. 168. Harold II. and Royal 
Houses of England, Denmark, and Russia, iv. 
188. Hell, Heaven, and Paradise, ii. 355. 
James I. of Scotland, his daughters, i. 507. 
Kent (Duke of), his children, vii. 48. Links 
with the past, i. 325. Lowry, vi. 248. Mary, 
Queen of Scots, her descendants, ii. 6 ; James 
Grant on, vi. 267. Penn's ' Fruits of Solitude,' 
i. 275. " Quice," i. 126. Richard II., his arms, 
vii. 250. Romanoff and Stuart pedigree, iv. 
197. Royal family, i. 127. St. Barbara's 
emblems, xii. 168, 258. Three-candle folk- 
fore, vi. 508. Touching wood, vi. 130, 230. 
Victoria (Queen), of Spain, name-day, vii. 30 
Heliodorus, ' Histoire -3Gthiopiqve,' tr. by Amyot, 

ii. 508 

Hell, Peter Abelard's vision of, v. 169 
Hell in place-names, i. 46, 94, 156, 245, 332 ; 

ii. 354, 533 

Hell-Fire Club, Edinburgh, v. 90 
Hell-Fire Club, Medmenham Abbey, xii. 467 
Helm (W. H.) on H., its use or omission, ii. 535. 

Stumps (Bill), his mark, vii, 489 
Helmer (W. B.) on Conyers, iii. 489 
Helmer on Bowes Castle, Yorkshire, v. 295 
Helmerow (W. B.) on Barnes : origin of name, v. 
308, 472. Kipling family, vi. 78. Yates 
family, vi. 374 

Helmet of gold at Madrid, vi. 308 
Helmingham Hall, Suffolk, drawbridges at, xii. 

148 

Helper, feudal, use of the word, iv. 469 
Helston, " Furry Dance " at, i. 333 
Helvellyn, etymology of the name, iii. 287 
Hemans (Mrs.) and ' The Hebrew Mother,' viii. 

446 
Hemingford Abbats, inscription to John Hildesley 

at, i. 414 

Hemming (R.) on Byron : Biron, ii. 50. Cooper 

(Thomas), iii. 415. George III.'s daughters, 

v. 37. " Jan Kees," v. 111. Moke, a donkey, 

vii. 415 

Hemming ( William ) = Sisson Stevens, iii. 349 ; 

iv. 157 
Hempel (C. F.), of Cheyne Row, Chelsea, his 

crucibles, iii. 307 

Hems (H.) on All Fools' Day, iii. 286. Ancaster, 
x. 455. Bandy Leg Walk, x. 438. Banner 
or flag, v. 493. Bastinado as a military punish- 
ment, x. 397. Bathurst (Lord), and highway- 
man, iv. 415. Bells, v. 34. Blandina, v. 
517. ' Bloody warriors," iii. 486. Bosting : 
kevel, xii. 76, 298. Brass as a surname, ix. 
358. Breakspear (Nicholas), xi. 70. Brokeri- 
selde, xi. 58. Bunyan and Milton genealogies, 
viii. 15. Canopied pews, xi. 272. Children's 
action game, viii. 206. Chippendale (T. and W.) , 
vii. 37. Christmas custom in Somersetshire, 
iii. 86. Church towers and smuggled goods, 
xi. 238. Churchyard cough, vii. 156. Clement's 
Inn sundial, vi. 117. Coop, to trap, iv. 296. 
Copenhagen House, iv. 295. Copes and cope- 
chests, v. 254. Creeling the bridegroom, vii. 



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186. Cresset stones, vi. 50. Cromwell House, 
Highgate, iv. 135. Crucifix, one-armed, ii. 294, 
395. Crucifixes, female, iv. 395. Crucifixion : 
earliest representation, v. 289. ' Dame So-and- 
So the Rush-Strewer," ix. 436. Delmer, v. 
433. Desecrated fonts, ii. 171. Devon and 
Cornish speech, v. 186. Devon provincialisms, 
vi. 33. Devonshire superstitions, xii. 66. 
Devonshire witchcraft, viii. 127. Dickens 's 
surnames : Guppy, x. 477. Dunghill proverb, 
x. 13. Eel-pie shop, xii. 153. Effigies of 
heroic size in churches, viii. 433. Falling bird- 
cage and ill luck, vii. 105. Fannings of co. 
Clare, ix. 175. Fate of the Tracys, iv. 192. 
Figgess or Figgiss, ix. 478. Fire engines, xi. 56. 
Fonts, wooden, iii. 253, 316, 395. ' For his 
bot," ix. 387. Girl sentenced to be burnt alive, 
vi. 273. Goyle, iii. 475. Great Wheel at Earl's 
Court, vii. 473, 515. Greensted Church : oak 
v. chestnut, viii. 154, 276, 417. Guard aloft, 
xi. 36. Hamlet as a Christian name, viii. 156. 
Hell, Heaven, and Paradise, i. 332. Hereford- 
shire window, viii. 138. Holyoake (G. J.) and 
Chartists, v. 156, 274. Holyrood font, iii. 
110. Hoorn, Cape, iv. 94. Hornsey Wood 
House : Harringay House, vii. 253. Horse- 
shoes for luck, iii. 91. Huff : hi a huff, v. 497. 
Humorous stories, ii. 231. Ikona, South 
African term, vi. 96. Irish custom on Christ- 
mas Eve, xi. 45. Isles family, viii. 112. 
Knights and their swords, ix. 477. Lamb in 
place-names, iii. 150. Lattice tongs, ix. 312. 
Leech-gathering, ix. 291. Littleton's ' History 
of Islington,' vii. 117. London and Birming- 
ham Railway, viii. 357. London cemeteries in 
1860, ii. 394. London remains, ix. 196. 
London taverns in seventeenth century, xii. 
190. Lundy Island, iv. 16. Lych gates, viii. 
354 ; ix. 495. ' Magazine of Art,' ii. 145. 
Martyrdom of St. Thomas, ii. 274. Mid- 
summer Day, iv. 27. Money (Major) and 
his balloon, viii. 311. Monuments to American 
Indians, xii. 87. Municipal sword-bearer, v. 
151. Nelson table at Upottery, vi. 487. New- 
lands, Chalfont St. Peter, iv. 276. News- 
paper, first ocean, ii. 96. Nimbus, its signifi- 
cance, vii. 111. Nonconformist burial-grounds, 
ix. 297 ; x. 31. Notices in the United States, 
vii. 287. November 5th : Guy Fawkes celebra- 
tions, x. 496. Open-air pulpits, v. 55, 154. 
Oxenham epitaphs, ii. 510. Passages, secret, x. 
37. Pattens in the church porch, ix. 336. 
Pedlars' rest, viii. 93. Petersburg or St. 
Petersburg, x. 357. Photographer, oldest, his 
death, viii. 474. Pigmies and cranes, iv. 356. 
Pillion : flails, iii. 433. Pomp ey = Portsmouth, 
xi. 427. ' Poor Dog Tray," vi. 494. Port 
Arthur, ii. 212, 251. Private house, largest in 
England, ii. 197. Quivel (Peter), Bishop of 
Exeter, x. 112. Railway train, first steam, i. 
225. Railways in the forties, xi. 306. Ram- 
sammy, its meaning, vii. 474. Refectories, first 
floor, ii. 237. Rod of brickwork, xi. 77. Rome- 
land, vi. 432. Rood-lofts, vi. 435. Royal arms 
in churches, vi. 53. Royal Oak Day, iii. 447. 
Rutland : origin of the name, xi. 294. St. 
Charles Borromeo ; his portraits, vi. 118. 
St. Devereux : St. Dubricius, vii. 418. St. 
Edith, vi. 70. St. Expeditus, v. 156. St. 
Florian, vi. 297. St. Genius, v. 495. St. 
Gilbert of Semprmgham, iv. 94. St. Martha, 
x. 178. St. Paul's Cathedral foundation stone, 
v. 213. St. Sidwell, xi. 377. St. Thomas 



Aquinas : his ancestry, v. 377. Santorin and 

St. Irene, v. 510. Scribblers, irresponsible, 

ii. 137, 196. Seven-sacrament fonts, v. 35. 

Shadow shows, x. 257. Shutters, ix. 295. 

Simpson's Restaurant : guessing the cheese, 

vii. 245. Snakes in South Africa, vi. 10. 

Sneezing superstition, xi. 173. Snodgrass 

as a surname, x. 1 1 , 52. Stocks in use fifty years 

ago, xii. 27. Suffragan bishops : their arms, 

xi. 193. Sundial inside a church, v. 206. 

' Taping shoes," vii. 206, 498. Tombstones 

and inscriptions, viii. 275. Travelling in 

England, 1600-1700, v. 455. Tussaud (Madame), 

waxworks at Camberwell, vi. 327. Vivandieres, 

ix. 313. Tyburn tree, xi. 333. Waney timber, 

xi. 34. Ward surname, vii. 154. Waterford 

(Marquess of) as Springheel Jack, viii. 455. 

Waterloo : letter by Vivian, x. 145. Wheel 

as a symbol in religion, iv. 250. White 

Ensign : National Flag, ix. 396. Wife Bazaar : 

Childers, ix. 416. Wolverhampton pulpit, i. 

476 ; ii. 96. Woman burnt for poisoning her 

husband, xii. 35. Wy in Hampshire, viii. 257 

Hemsworth, Yorks, firing a beacon at, viii. 509 

Hen, white, saying about, xii. 16 

Hen and Chickens, old sign, xii. 28, 215 

Hendon (Simon) and John Cotton, c. 1652, viii. 190 

Henderson (Charles Cooper), his etchings, ii. 69, 

117 
Henderson (G. B.) on bathing-machines, ii. 131. 

' Road Scrap ings,' ii. 117 
Henderson (J. S.) on authors of quotations 

wanted, vii. 514 

Henderson (Mrs.), her poem 'The Outlaw,' viii. 312 
Henderson (W. A.) on dogs at Constantinople, v. 
170, 456. Irish bog butter, v. 496. Ruskin 
and Taormina, v. 450. Santorin and St. 
Irene, v. 468. Shakespeare's bones, ix. 195. 
Tristan and Isolde, vii. 150 

Hengler's Circus, its history, xii. 47, 116, 173, 218 
Hen-hussey, use of the word, i. 449, 475 
Henley (George) of Bradley, Hants, ix. 141, 470, 

496 

Henley family of Bradley, Hants, x. 92, 192 
Henley-on-Thames, '.' Red Lion " at, vi. 69, 115 
Henman (C.), drawings of Finchale Priory, ii. 168, 

252 
Henriette Marie, Princess Palatine, her marriage, 

viii. 425 
Henry II., on the Welsh, ii. 446 ; charter of, 1181, 

xi. 48 
Henry V., as Prince of Wales, and Judge Gas- 

coigne, xi. 121, 177 ; his corpse, xii. 8 
Henry VII., and battle of Stoke, Notts, ix. 485 
Henry VIII. and Charles V. in 1520, iii. 285 
Henry on " Vaulting ambition," iv. 327 
Henry (Wm.), D.D., of Dublin, his biography, 

ix. 484 
Henry Brougham, steamer, c. 1838, v. 269, 337, 

511 

Henryson (R.) and Dunbar, x. 226, 277 
Hens : egg-laying celebration, vi. 486 
Hepburn = Lidderdale, iv. 509 
Heraldic on grzymala, xi. 49 
Heraldic pewter, viii. 487 
Heraldic queries, xi. 229 
Heraldic terms, early, ix. 466 

Heraldry : 

Antelope, ix. 516 

Argent, a chevron engrailed, viii. 487 
Argent, a chevron engrailed sable between 
three crabs gules, vi. 29, 78 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Heraldry : 

Argent, a chevron gules between three bunches 

of arrows sable, vii. 504 

Argent, a chevron sable between three leo- 
pards' faces or, vii. 163 
Argent, a chevron sable charged with bezant 

or, iv. 508 

Argent, a cross engrailed sable, ix. 41 
Argent, a cross sable, x. 331 
Argent, a cross sable between four pellets, 

ix. 130 

Argent, a cross-bow sable, x. 410 
Argent, a fesse between three gates sable, vi. 

375 
Argent, a fesse between two greyhounds, ix. 

248 

Argent, a lion rampant gules, v. 207, 294 
Argent, a saltire engrailed vert, viii. 309 
Argent, a saltire gules, ix. 32 ; xii. 187 
Argent, a shake fork, vii. 93 
Argent, in bend cotised three boars' heads, ix. 

389 
Argent, on a bend engrailed azure three 

buckles, vii. 504 
Argent, on a chevron gules, between three 

martlets sables, vii. 504 
Argent, on a chevron gules, between three 

peacocks' heads erased azure, ix. 69 
Argent, on a chief argent, x. 369 
Argent, on a chief azure, x. 452 
Argent, on a chief indented gules, vi. 312, 336 
Argent, on a cross between four demi-lions 

rampant, ix. 333 
Argent, on a cross gules a fleur-de-lis or, 

i. 168, 234 
Argent, on a fesse between three cross - 

crosslets, vii. 310 
Argent, on a saltire gules, x. 228 
Argent, on a saltire sable five fleurs-de-lis, 

viii. 250, 415 

Argent, ten torteaux, 4, 3, 2, and 1, ix. 117 
Argent, three chevronels gules, vi. 310 
Argent, three pillows gules, x. 369, 452 
Argent, two pales sable, vi. 303 
Armorial bearings : taxes on, ii. 328 ; iii. 

392 ; vi. 316, 375 ; date when granted, iii. 

289, 351 

Armorial book-plates, ii. 287 
Armorial visiting cards, ii. 509 
Arms, right to bear, iv. 188 ; vi. 51 ; viii. 

465 ; their quartering, v. 168, 215, 275 ; 

royal, in churches, 188, 230, 294, 336 ; un- 
registered, 228, 311 ; of peeress, ix. 290 ; 

of married women, ix. 290 ; x. 197, 429 ; 

on a brass, xii. 209 
Aylmer arms, i. 155 
Azur, au chevron d'or, x. 209, 258, 295 
Azure, a bend argent between six fleurs-de- 
lis, or, ix. 229, 331 

Azure, a hound passant argent, ix. 381 
Azure, a lion rampant argent, x. 28 
Azure, a star of sixteen points or, vi. 394 
Azure and or, undee per pale, vi. 435 
Azure, on a bend argent, xii. 249 
Azure, on a chevron between three doves' 

heads, viii. 209 

Azure, three fleurs-de-lis or, iv. 90, 135 
Azure, three hounds courant argent, iii. 188 
Azure, two crescents in chief, ii. 168 
Badges in, xi. 255 
Bar sinister surmounted by three choughs, 

xii. 207 



Heraldry : 

Barham arms in Ashford Church, vi. 208 

Barry of eight or and gules, x. 69 

Barry of six or and azure, viii. 89 

Barry of ten argent and azure, vi. 312 

Bend azure or (on ?) a field sable, vii. 163 

Bendy of six pieces or, v. 207, 294 

Bishops, suffragan, their arms, xi. 109, 193 ; 

xii. 98 

Bromley coat of arms, ii. 366 
Bullion, ecartel, au premier et quatrieme. 

i. 409 

Canadian College of Arms, v. 87 
Canton azure sem^e of fleurs-de-lis, v. 229 
Chertsey Congregational Chapel, arms in, vii. 

269 
Cheshunt Great House, hatchments at, vi. 

385 

Chevron between three boys' heads, xii. 350 
Chevron between three roses, 1630, xii. 488 
Chevron between two fleurs-de-lis in chief, 

iii. 33, 94, 154, 315 
Chevron between two mullets in chief, x. 209 , 

258, 295 

College H&raldique de France, ix. 96 
County, x. 348 
Crests : British, v. 308, 436 ; sun between 

wings, viii. 89 ; antelope, viii. 229 ; ix. 

516 ; ostrich feathers with eagle, xi. 409 
Crocodiles in, xii. 225 
Cross clechee, vii. 436 
Cross gules surmounting five fleurs-de-lis 

azure, xii. 87, 155 
Derwentwater arms, i. 155 
Dragon, green, xi. 129 ; xii. 14 
Dudley family arms, iv. 230 
Earl's eldest son and supporters, v. 408, 456 ; 

vii. 332 

Edgar (King), his blazon, i. 76 
Ermine, a lion rampant, vi. 170 
Erminites, the fur, viii. 368 ; ix. 55 
Escutcheon of pretence, iv. 429, 496 ; *v. 

392, 436 

Fesse engrailed between three birds, vi. 170 
Fesse in 1340, xi. 87 
Fleetwood arms, vi. 264, 316, 435 
French, ii. 267 ; vi. 349 
Froissart, x. 369, 452 ; xi. 292 
Fusil, derivation of the term, ix. 90, 173 
Ghent city arms, i. 168 
Glasgow University, ix. 465 
Goat's head rache, viii. 386 
Goldsborough shield, viii. 271 
Grenadier supporter, x. 348 
Gules, a chevron argent between three 

alligators, xii. 225 
Gules, a chevron argent, charged with three 

Tudor roses, xii. 387 

Gules, a cross decline or, v. 190 ; vi. 135 
Gules, a fesse between six billets or, xii. 227 
Gules, a saltire argent, xii. 424 
Gules (possibly or), on a chief azure, v. 408, 

455 

Gules, on a fesse engrailed, x. 228 
Gules, three cushions ermine, x. 452 
Gules, two lions passant gardant or, i. 168, 

234 

Gules, within an orle of eight mullets, ix. 329 
Hatchments in churches, iv. 488 ; xi. 307 
Headly family arms, iv. 309 
Heraldic mottoes, iii. 49, 92, 111, 235, 251 
Horse courant, xi. 470 



TENTH SERIES. 



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Heraldry : 

Jennings family, iii. 308, 393 

John of Gaunt's arms, x. 9, 116, 174, 432 

Lady's heraldic motto, xi. 268, 397 

Lincoln city and see, ii. 37 

Lion rampant and a demi-lion rampant, xii. 

49 

Lion rampant surrounded by seven fleurs-de- 
lis, v. 207, 294 
Lytton, Ermine, on a chief indented azure 

three ducal coronets or, vii. 314 
Martlets sable, v. 230, 335 
Matlock Council arms, vi. 424 
Medici family, iii. 207, 330 
' Nitor in adversum," motto, viii. 429, 474 
On a chevron between three saltires, x. 389 
Or, a chevron between three mullets pierced 

sable, vii. 54 
Or, a saltire between four martlets gules, v. 

230 

Or, a saltire engrailed gules, viii. 355 
Or, an 4toile radiated sable, x. 78 
Or, between a cross gules, four eagles dis- 
played, vii. 44 
Or, on a bend sable three falcons displayed, 

xi. 169 

Or, on a " chiveron " between three cinque- 
foils, x. 389 

Or, three fusils conjoined in fesse, xii. 369 
Orders, marshalling of, their insignia, xii. 97 
Paschal lamb couchant, xii. 289 
Per bend sanguine and vert, viii. 368 
Per chevron and pale argent, gules, and 

azure, xii. 49 

Per chevron gules and azure (sable ? ), v. 369 
Per fesse, in chief a fesse nebuly, iii. 409 
Per fesse azure and or, vi. 292 
Per fesse crenelly sable, vi. 375 
Per fesse sable and argent, vi. 374 
Per pale, on a bend three lions, x. 413 
Per pale, Or, three escallop shells, viii. 488 
Per pale argent and gules, x. 149 
Per pale crenelly argent, vi. 375 
Pillow, xi. 292 

Pius X., his arms, i. 309, 373 
Platt (Sir Hugh), i. 207 
Quartering of arms, v. 168, 215, 275 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, a fesse between three 

fleurs-de-lis, ii. 388 

Quarterly, 1 and 4, a fox rampant, ix. 112 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, Argent, a gryphon sable, 

ix. 370 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, Argent, on a fesse sable 

three crescents or, vii. 2 
Quarterly, 1 and 3, Azure, a lion rampant or, 

viii. 488 

Quarterly, 1 and 4, Kennedy, ix. 250 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, Or, a cross gules, fretty 

of the first, vii. 43 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, Or, an eagle displayed, 

xi. 9, 197 
Quarterly, 1 and 4, Pearl, a saltire diamond, 

x. 452 

Quarterly, Azure and or, viii. 446 
Quarterly, Gules and ermine, vi. 222 
Quarterly, Gules and or, a label of three 

points, vii. 506 
Quarterly, Gules and or, on a bend or two 

falcons azure, iv. 349 
Quarterly, Sable and argent, on a scutcheon of 

pretence a tree, vii. 228 
Richard II., his arms, vii. 188, 249, 337 



Heraldry: 

Ripley family arms, iv. 314, 374 

Rochester, See of, ix. 32, 114 

Royal arms in churches, v. 188, 230, 294, 336 

Rules of, x. 131 

Sable, a battle-axe in pale or, vi. 416 

Sable, a chevron between three fleurs-de-lis 

argent, xi. 462 
Sable, a falcon or with wings extended, ix. 

509 

Sable, a fesse argent, in chief three fleurs-de- 
lis, iii. 33, 94, 154, 315 
Sable, a fret and a canton argent, v. 406 ; 

vi. 368 
Sable, a lion rampant between three cross- 

crosslets, viii. 510 
Sable, an escallop and three pales in chief or, 

iv. 349 

Sable, an escutcheon of pretence, i. 329 
Sable, an escutcheon within orle of owls, ii. 

490 

Sable, three birds rising or, v. 228 
Sable, three escallops in pale argent, ix. 33 
Sable, three suns or in pale between two 

pallets erminois, ix. 407 
St. Andrew's Cross, x. 91, 135, 155 
St. Andrews University, ix. 465 
Sanguine, the colour, viii. 368 ; ix. 55 
Scottish arms ante 1603, x. 294 
Scottish University arms, x. 36 
Seize quartiers, x. 87 

Shakespeare, ' 2 Henry VI.,' IV. i., i. 290, 338 
Shields fretty and ordinaries, xi. 349 ; xii. 

218 
Silver and sable, a ragged staff between six 

martlets, vi. 264 
Six (Burgomaster Jan), ii. 168 
Six mullets or stars, iii. 208 
Spanish arms, iii. 30 
Spanish royal arms, vi. 8 

Supporters, and earl's eldest son, v. 408, 456 
Taxes on armorial bearings, ii. 328 ; iii. 392 ; 

vi. 316, 375 

Tonne", the colour, viii. 368 ; ix. 55 
Three bars dancette ermine, xi. 470 
Three trees, roots eragulated, xii. 209, 278, 338 
Tobacconists', x. 427 
Tudor, xi. 387 

Two white gates on a black ground, vi. 230 
Unregistered arms, v. 228, 311 
Vair, on a chief or three lions rampant, xi. 349 
Victor (Marshal), Duke of Belluno, his arms, 

vi. 497 
Washington (George), his coat of arms, ii. 327, 

417 
Waterton, Watton, and Watson family arms, 

ii. 29 

Welsh, viii. 330, 478 ; x. 255 ; xi. 387 
Women, married, their arms, xii. 97 
Women, unmarried, their arms, iii. 348, 398 
Women and crests, i. 400 
Heralds, official, their position, vi. 51 ; their 

anointing and inauguration, vii. 448 ; viii. 17 
Heralds' Visitations, Northamptonshire, 1681, iv. 

530; v. 54 

Herapath (E. L.) on Harepath, i. 190 
Herberley, Haberley, or Huberley (T.), biography, 

i. 509 ;' ii. 135 

Herbert (Hon. Auberon), prophecy by, vi. 506 
Herbert (D.) on Pembroke Earldom, ii. 228 
Herbert (F.) on pictures of 'Julius Caesar ' and 
' Romeo and Juliet,' iv. 169 



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GENEKAL INDEX. 



Herbert (J.) on authors of quotations wanted, xi. 
187. " Bec-eii-Hent," house name, xii. 50 

Herbert (S.) on portraits which led to marriages, 
iii. 334. Roses as badges, x. 87 

Herb-strewer, hereditary, to Royal family, xii. 
289, 354, 418 

Herder's ' Kalligone,' Coleridge's notes, iv. 341 

Hereditary and genius, vii. 170, 236, 433 ; viii. 33 

Herefordshire church plate, vi. 30 

Herefordshire window, meaning of the term, viii. 
8, 138 

Herenden family, x. 489 

Herero, pronunciation of the name, iv. 527 

Heresy, Bohumil, x. 347 

Here ward the Wake, chroniclers on, vi. 408 

Herford (J. N.) on Panton Professorship, viii. 338 

Hergensis on hare forecasting fire, xi. 458 

Heriot, survival of the custom, iii. 142, 234 

Heriots, curious, c. 1348-9, xi. 26 

Hermitage of St. Edmund and St. Catherine, 
Harrow, iii. 467 

Hermits : Dinton, iii. 285, 336, 376, 435 ; Wirral, 
246 ; of Cape Malea, vi. 268 

Hermit's crucifix at Cratcliff Tor, ii. 228, 435 

Herne (Elizabeth) and Dr. Johnson, ix. 144 

Herne (T.) on Harrow lands, ix. 171 

Herne family of Suffolk, xii. 269 

Herne Hill, history of Casino House, vi. 285, 334, 
353 ; Ruskin monument in St. Paul's Church, 
426 

Herodotus, single-tooth monstrosity in, vii. 205 

Heron (Giles) and trial of Anne Boleyn, ix. 469 ; 
x. 74 

Heron-Allen (E.) on antiquary v. antiquarian, iii. 
153. Armorel as a Christian name, viii. 369 ; 
ix. 178. Assassination the metier of kings, viii. 
497. Birth-marks, i. 430. Britannia as national 
emblem, xi. 274. Carlyle and freemasonry, 
xi. 438. Conditions of sale, iii. 153. Corn- 
wallis (Sir T.), iii. 73. Embroidery pictures, 
ix. 150. " God rest you merry," iii. 116. 
Hamlet as a Christian name, viii. 237. Hamp- 
stead in song, x. 497. Ithamar, iv. 387. 
Jonson and Bacon, iii. 94. Khaki, ii. 253. 
' Lord Bateman and his Sophia,' i. 168. Omar 
Khayyam, ii. 322, 398; iv. 105. 'Paradise 
Lost' of 1751, iii. 133. Police uniforms: 
omnibuses, iii. 75, 432. Prisoner suckled by 
his daughter, iv. 432. Punch, the beverage, 
v. 71. Sheffield plate, v. 92. Sleep and 
Death, i. 355. Suffragettes, x. 467. Tea as a 
meal, i. 176, 210 ; ii. 175. " That's another 
pair of shoes," xi. 252. Violinists, female, v. 
256. " What you but see," &c., ix. 217 

Herondas or Herodas, date of his mimes, i. 68, 
216, 336 

Herpich (C. A.) on authorship of ' Is It Shake- 
speare ? ' vii. 164. Greene-Marlow parallel, 
vi. 185. ' Henry VIII.,' Act I. sc. i., " Abject 
object," vi. 324. Marlowe and Shakespeare, 
i. 1. 'Penalty of Adam," ii. 524. Quota- 
tions, i. 56. Shakespeare allusion, i. 6. Shake- 
speare's " Virtue of necessity," i. 110. Shake- 
speariana, iii. 425, 426 ; v. 263 ; vii. 144 ; 
viii. 163, 164 ; x. 165 ; xi. 84 

Herrick (Robert), typographical differences hi 
' Hesperides,' 1648, iv. 482 ; nightingale in his 
' Hesperides,' viii. 57, 192 ; on the yew, xii. 
7, 78 

Herring called a Mevagissey duck, i. 467 

Her's, use of the apostrophe, ix. 406 ; x. 12 

Hersey (Anthony), M.P. for Shoreham, 1557-8, 
xi. 428 



Hertford, excavation of St. Nicholas' Church at r 

iii. 406 ; Christ's Hospital, at vii. 7 
Hertford borough seal, i. 448 ; ii. 18 
Hertford county biography, ii. 47 
Hertford House, Manchester Square, its owners, 

viii. 406 

Hertfordshire fonts, ix. 429 
Hertfordshire iconoclast, 1643, iii. 168 
Hertfordshire Lord Lieutenants, vi. 109 
Hertfordshire Mayers' song, i. 7 
Hertingfordbury Church, Herts, nameless grave~ 

stone at, i. 173 
Hertslet (W. L.), 1839-98, his ancestry, vii. 326, 

492 

Hervey (Hon. Henry) and Dr. Johnson, vi. 293 
Hervey (Rev. James), his correspondence, v. 249 
Herz (N.) on Byron's ' Bride of Abydos,' xi. 445 
Herzegovina, pronunciation of the word, xi. 225 
Hesilrige (Sir Arthur), his biography, xi. 308, 430 
Hesker or Hysker islets, iv. 69, 136, 334 
Hesketh (C.) on "a nafedave," xii. 170. Otford,. 
Kent, xii. 269. St. Bartholomew and Otford, 
xii. 248, 418 

Heslop (R. Oliver) on Aspinshaw, printing-press 
maker, xi. 429. Authors of quotations, viii. 
273. Baal-fires : bonfire, x. 252, 353. Cock- 
burnspath, xi. 436. Crucifixion : earliest 
representation, v. 289. ' Cut the loss," iii. 156* 
Durant (Rev. John), iv. 334. Evils, field -name, 
xii. 117. Galapine, ii. 531. Gaol literature, 
xi. 512. Miners' greeting, iv. 391. Passing 
Bell, i. 350. Piddle as a land measure, x. 373. 
Place, v. 316. Pot-gallery, vii. 431. Pot- 
hooks and hangers, vii. 432. Roman inscription, 
ix. 311. Royal arms of Spain, vi. 8. Saint 
as a prefix, ii. 87. Scotch Communion tokens, 
iv. 430. Scotch song : night courtship, viii. 
255. Testout, iv. 353. " The ' prefixed to 
place-names, xii. 173. " What wants that 
knave ? " vii. 219 

Hesse (William), memorial inscription of, vi. 303 
Hesse-Danish alliance, 1764, xi. 129, 252 
Hessel (Phcebe), the Stepney Amazon, i. 406 \ 

ii. 16, 74 ; and Fontenoy, vi. 82, 132 
Hessels (J. H.) on Italian scholar hoaxed, ii. 367 
Hessey (Dr.), his Bampton Lecture ' Sunday,' ix. 15 
Hessian, definition of the word, ii. 312 
Hessle or hazel, use of the word, vi. 237, 296 
Hessle or hazel pears, ii. 349, 436 
Hetman and ataman, distinction between the 

titles, v. 109, 157 

Heugher on astronomy in fiction, v. 229 
Heuskarian catechism in Biscayan, ii. 264 
Heuskarian translation of the Bible, i. 284, 315. 

See also Baskish. 
Heveningham (Sir Arthur), of Kettering, his 

daughter, vi. 190, 233 
Heward (W. L.) on storming of Fort Moro, i. 448 j 

ii. 93, 313 
Hewetson (Christopher), sculptor, his exhibitions, 

vi. 285 

Hewetson (Col.), his biography, iii. 430 
Hewetson (J.) on firgunanum, vii. 7. Hewetson 
(Christopher), vi. 285. Hewetson (Michael), vi. 
85. Hewson (Sir John), vi. 222, 373. Huit- 
son family, vi. 394 

Hewetson (M.) Archdeacon of Armagh, his ances- 
try, vi. 85 
Hewett (Admiral Sir William), his biography, vi. 

469 

Hewett family, ii. 48, 418 
Hewit family genealogy, vii. 88 
Hewitt (A. J.) on Teniers and miniatures, vii. 409 



TENTH SERIES. 



131 



Hewitt (C. E.) on Apothecaries' Act of 1815, iii. 328. 
Caparn family, v. 268. ' La Belle Assembled ' : 
Miss Cubitt, iv. 108. Manor Court of Edwin- 
stowe, Notts, ii. 226. Scotch Communion 
tokens, iv. 387. Scottish Naval and Military 
Academy, iii. 148 ; iv. 274 

Hewitt (E.) on Washington medal, vi. 167 

Hewitt (Canon J. A.) on Cawood family, ii. 515. 
Chichele's kin, v. 454. Farrant's anthem, iv. 
265. Ghost-words, vii. 347. Guelderland (Duke 
of) : Duke of Lorraine, v. 456. Heraldic 
mottoes, iii. 235. Hewett family, ii. 488. 
Kirkbride of Ellerton, viii. 309. Nelson poems, 
iv. 329. ' Paradise Lost ' of 1751, iii. 68 

Hewitt (M.), his ' Ritualist's Progress,' vi. 130, 
173 

Hews or Huse family, xii. 128, 177 

Hewlett (James), artist, 1768-1836, his biography, 
ix. 183 

Hewson (Sir John), Cromwellian colonel, his 
biography, vi. 222, 292, 337, 373, 437, 456 ; 
xi. 208 

Hexameters on the Bass Rock, ix. 288, 411 

Hexton, Hocktide observance at, xi. 488 ; xii. 71, 
139, 214, 253, 514 

Heynow family of Stenbury, xii. 61 

Heys- Jones (E.) on Charles I. metal jewellery, xii. 
428 

JELeywood (Jasper), tried and condemned, 1584, ix. 
184 

'Heywood (John), date of his death, viii. 367 

Beywood (Thomas), his lines on ' Sibella Europaea,' 
ix. 208 ; suggested emendations in his dramas, 
301 

Hibbert and Simon families, vi. 307 

Hibernia. See Ireland. 

:Hibgame (F. T.) on an Alabama veteran, vi. 226. 
Arab Sheikh Nefzaoni, xi. 327. Arms of English 
Roman Catholic Bishops, x. 228. Authors of 
quotations wanted, x. 309. Bandy Leg Walk, 
xi. 35. Beach (T.), portrait painter, ii. 285. 
Birkenhead's last survivor, ix. 268. Bishop, first 
consecrated in Westminster Cathedral, ii. 145. 
Bishops, fourteen, consecrated together, v. 
347, 494. ' Bleak House ' : Jarndyce v. Jarn- 
dyce, v. 166. Blincoe (R.), his memoirs, ix. 
231. Blind institutions in England, xi. 348. 
Brazen bijou, i. 369. Bristol slave ships, ii. 257. 
Chatterton in London, vii. 506. Children at 
executions, iii. 34. Children of the Chapel, 
i. 458. Christian name, addition to, iii. 416. 
Church, oldest Protestant in United States, v. 
244. Church spoons, v. 77. Close (Poet), i. 409. 
Coffin House, i. 493. Coffins and shrouds, viii. 
255. Colet (Dean), his name, x. 249. Coli- 
seums old and new, iii. 116. Cook (Capt.),his 
house, viii. 364. Cope, i. 174. Cowley (Han- 
nah), her burial-place, xi. 269. Crosby Square, 
No. 4, ix. 346. Crouch, the musical composer, 
i. 248. Crucifix, one-armed, ii. 294. Dampier 
(W.) the navigator, ix. 447. Death after 
lying, x. 195. ' Doleful Evensong," viii. 69. 
Dorsetshire snake-lore, i. 333. Dowry Square, 
Clifton, x. 188. Dunstable the musician, ii. 387. 
Earrings : their history, iii. 249. English 
burial-ground at Lisbon, iii. 34. English 
Jesuit, first, viii. 190. Englishman, first, in 
India, ix. 208. Eshin' : Beltin', v. 518. Eton 
swishing, vi. 35. Evil eye, i. 508. Forests 
set on fire by lightning, iv. 213. Gaboriau's 
; Marquis d'Angival,' i. 428. Groom's Coffee- 
ELouse, xi. 145. Hare and Easter, iv. 306. 
Havel and slaie makers, v. 209, 256. Hawker 



of Morwenstow, ii. 286. Hessel (Phcebe), i. 406. 
Hickford's Room, Brewer Streer, vii. 128. 
Hinds (Dr. Samuel), i. 227. Hoast, v. 110. 
Irish soil exported, iii. 395. Keble (J.), his 
death, ix. 386. Lamb (C.) and Winchmore 
Hill, ix. 187. Lee (Harriet), viii. 197. Linus 
(Pope), v. 129. Little Wild Street Chapel, i. 77. 
London cemeteries in I860, ii. 297. Lowry, vi. 
373. Lyceum Theatre, iii. 45. ; iv. 410. Man- 
zoni's ' Betrothed,' ii. 169. " Mary, Mary, quite 
contrary," viii. 231. Mechanical road carriages, 
xi. 431. Michaelmas custom, ii. 347. ' Missal, 
The,' iv. 138. Mocassin : its pronunciation, 
ii. 495. Moravian Chapel, Fetter Lane, viii. 
26. Morland's grave, ii. 49. Motherhood late 
in life, ix. 96. Napier Tavern," Holborn, xi. 
467. Navarino : last survivor, vi. 306 ; xi. 506. 
Nelson at Bath, i. 366. New Year luck, v. 
94. New York, Holy Trinity, vi. 197. New- 
man (Cardinal), his birthplace, vii. 489. Non- 
conformist burial-grounds, ix. 233. Norfolk, 
Virginia, its founders, xi. 489. " Oh \ the 
pilgrims of Zion," iii. 176. Old Bailey, ix. 186. 
Passing bell, i. 351. Photographer, oldest, his 
death, viii. 306. Pictorial blinds, vii. 493. 
Pincushion sweet, vi. 155. Place, v. 475. 
Postboy, oldest, in England, xi. 247. Power 
(Tyrone), American actor, viii. 348. Pre- 
Reformation tabernacle, ix. 97. Princess's 
Theatre, Oxford Street, vi. 364. Quin (James), 
the actor, iii. 185. Railway, first, on the Con- 
tinent, iv. 267. Roman Catholic priests buried 
in London, vi. 149 ; vii. 72. Ropes used at 
executions, v. 418. Rushlights, x. 135. St. 
Paul's Cathedral, foundation stone, v. 168. 
" Saracen's Head," Snow Hill, xii. 65. Sar- 
dinian Chapel, xii. 285. Seething Lane, vii. 
390. Snakes drinking milk, x. 316. Stanley 
(Sir H. M.), his grave, ii. 526. Swedish Church, 
Prince's Square, ix. 369. Touching wood, vi. 
174. Virginia and the Eastern Counties, vii. 
329. Walker (John), and the lucifer match, 
xi. 427. " Was you ? " and " You was," v. 114. 
Wiggins (Joseph), ix. 110. Wiseman (Cardinal), 
his tomb, v. 389. Wiseman and Manning 
(Cardinals), vii. 133, 245. Yarmouth postboy, 
the last, ix. 484 

Hie et Ubique on authors of quotations, x. 468. 
Bankes of Corfe Castle, v. 395. Bruges, xi. 318. 
Epigram on a rose, iii. 433. Haymarket, 
Westminster, vii. 371. Jesuits at Medio- 
lanum, x. 437. London and Birmingham 
Railway, viii. 473. Officer of the Pipe, x. 297, 
351. Pony'=crib, vi. 294. Unthank, x. 15 

Hiccocks or Heacock (Robert), b. 1625, x. 210 

Hickery-puckery, meaning of the term, iv. 87, 232 ; 
vi. 288, 330, 352 

Hickes (John), M.P. for Fowey 1701-8, x. 88 

Hickey (Emily) on Noah Hickey, xii. 89. 
" Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, " xii. 47 

Hickey (Noah) of Dublin, his parentage, xii. 89 

Hickford's Concert-Room, Brewer Street, vii. 128, 
196 

Hickry pikry. See Hickery-puckery. 

Hidage, the Tribal, vi. 213 

Hieroglyphics, references to the supernatural in, 
i. 290 

Higden (Ralph) and Thomas Usk, i. 245 

Higgin (L.), his ' Spanish Life in Town and 
Country,' i. 326 

Higgins (Godfrey), his death, ii. 184, 276, 331 

Higgs or Higges family, x. 387 

High Constable, Office of, xii. 309 

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High Court of Liberty, Welle lose Square, history, 

x. 245 

High Dyke and the place-name Ancaster, vi. 509 
High life, sign in modern Greek, xi. 305, 418 
High Peak, Derbyshire, old words, ii. 201, 282, 

384, 472 ; iii. 35 ; iv. 427 
High Peak and Scarsdale, MS. History, iv. 88 
High Stewards, temp. Elizabeth, xii. 428, 513 
High Stewards of cathedrals, i. 348, 412 
High treason and its punishment, x. 229, 314, 354, 

417 

High Wycombe, etymology of its name, vi. 464 ; 
vii. 292 ; supposed Van Dyck at, xii. 108, 
273 

Higham (C.) on Avignon Society of Illuminati, vii. 
386, 514. Bellamy (John), xii. 229. Berlioz 
and Swedenborg, i. 26. Bonassus, x. 138. 
Cole (Jacob), ii. 289 ; xii. 218. De Quincey and 
Swedenborg, iv. 529. " Grant me, indulgent 
heaven," ii. 309. Hill (Rev. William), ii. 427 ; 
iv. 235. London chapels : pictures wanted, ix. 
8. Moon names, iv. 350. 'Patmore (Coventry) 
and Swedenborg, xi. 433. Swedenborg memorial 
tablet, x. 56. Swedenborgianism in Phila- 
delphia, iii. 86. Swedish Church, Prince's 
Square, ix. 416. Wilde (Lady) and Sweden- 
borg, iv. 331 
Higham-on-the-Hill, wooden cross found at, 

xi. 29, 358 

Highgate, Cromwell House, iv. 48, 135, 437, 489 ; 
Countess of Huntingdon at, 149, 333 ; and 
Hornsey Wood House, vii. 106, 157, 216, 253, 
274, 371 ; sale of Holly Lodge, 487 ; Holly 
Lodge, horseshoe superstition, viii. 210 ; and 
Arabella Stuart, x. 46, 93, 156 
" Highlander, Old," tobacconist's sign, vii. 47, 92, 

115, 137, 457 
Highlanders barbadosed after the 1715 and '45 

rebellions, viii. 68, 135, 176, 235, 317 
Highwayman and Lord Bathurst or Berkeley, iv. 

349, 415, 495 

Highwayman's parting song, iv. 187 
Highways, bequests for their repair, viii. 464 ; 

ix. 13 
Hildesley (John), memorial at Hemingford 

Abbats, i. 414 
Hildesley (Mark), memorial in Lincoln's Inn 

Chapel, i. 344, 414, 475 ; his MSS., ii. 53 
Hill (Abigail), Lady Masham, her portrait, 387 ; 
and Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford, v. 390, 471 ; 
vi. 35 

Hill (A. F.) on Roberto Valentine, ii. 27 - 
Hill (Benson Earle), his biography, iii. 162, 472 ; 
his ' Recollections,' iv. 51, 114 ; and ' Epi- 
cure's Almanack,' v. 4, 116, 153 
Hill (Caroline, Lady), inscription on her grave, 

vi. 232 
Hill (C. J.) on Anne Boleyn's remains, xi. 88. 

Murat's widow, xi. 107 
Hill (E. A.) on Mayflower pilgrims, vi. 21 
Hill (G.) on Camden on surnames : Musselwhite, 

i. 248 
Hill (G. F.) on Arabic numerals at Winchester, x. 

187 
Hill (G. W.) on Thomas Haggerston Arnott, 

xi. 29 
Hill (General J. E. D.), on Schools for the Indigent 

Blind, viii. 428 
Hill (John Thomas) and Gainsborough, c. 1791, 

xi. 149 

Hill (L.) on authors of quotations wanted, x. 309 
Hill (N. W.) on " All the trees of the forest," viii. 
367. " All the world and his wife," xi. 490. 



' All's Well that Ends Well,' V. ii., vi. 505 ? 
vii. 484. Almshouses or workhouses in America, 
vi. 455. Alvary, Christian name, xii. 416. 
American magazine, ix. 274. Antelope as 
crest, ix. 516. Apples: their old names, x. 215. 
Barkly West, xi. 325. Bidaxe, a farm tool, ix. 
94. Botha : the name, viii. 298. Bourne in 
place-names, xii. 131. Bring, archaic use, xii, 
7. Bronte = Prunty, ix. 237. Calif ornian 
English : American coin -names, vii. 154 r 
' Childe Harold,' x. 275. Cockburnspath, x. 
430 ; xi. 212. Comether, its meaning, xii. 77. 
Court Roll terms, vii. 515. Cromwell and 
Milton, viii. 375. Culprit, its derivation, xi, 
486 ; xii. 456. De Baif, ix. 492. Diamond 
State, v. 396. Disgruntled, xi. 452. Dwight 
surname, vi. 376. Echidna, vii. 356. Eleventh 
Commandment, x. 358. " Entente Cordiale,"" 
ix. 194. Everglade : its derivation, x. 105, 
458. Fire : fire out, viii. 455. Fit, preterite 
and participle, viii. 204. Good-fors, xi. 86. 
Greene's ' Menaphon,' x. 85. ' Hamlet,' I. ii. 131- 
2, vii. 146. ' Henry IV.,' Part I., II. i., vii. 145. 
' Henry IV.,' Part I., III. i., vii. 485. Hock- 
tide at Hexton, xii. 514. Hoek van Holland, 
vii. 473. Hogsflesh (William), ix. 14. Initial 
letters instead of words, x. 416. Jews and 
Jewesses hi fiction, xi. 458. Latin pronuncia- 
tion, ix. 513. Mamamouchi, xi. 55. " Man 
in the street," xi. 196. Marlborough wheels, 
vii. 157 ; ix. 293. Marylebone, xi. 415. Mince 
pie and plum pudding, ix. 357. Morellianism, 
its origin, viii. 373. Mulatto, its derivation, 
viii. 37 ; x. 191. Naval foe, mysterious, xi. 
455. ' New York Times ' : ' Christian Union," 
vii. 236. ' Nose of wax," x. 437. ' Nouveaux 
Tableaux de Famille,' xii. 78. Ovid and 
Shakespeare, viii. 505. Paauw, vi. 237, 411. 
Pearl : its etymon, vi. 118, 137 ; x. 177, 337. 
Pidgin or pigeon English, vi. 38. Pillion : 
flails, vii. 272. Pimlico : Eyebright, xi. 194. 
Podike, vi. 275, 472. Pot-gallery, its meaning, 
ix. 36; xii. 31. Power (Tyrone), actor, x. 194. 
c Praises let Britons sing," x. 218. Princely 
titles in Germany, vi. 150, 418. Provencal folk- 
songs, viii. 488. Public speaking in Shake- 
speare's day, ix. 313. Red Indians in poetry, 
vi. 517. Roan, its etymology, xii. 353. Rod 
of brickwork, xi. 237. Roosevelt: its pro- 
nunciation, vii. 35. Sainte-Beuve on Castor 
and Pollux, xii. 15. Salarino, Salanio, .and 
Salerio, ix. 315 ; x. 176. Santa F6", vi. 394. 
Shakespeariana, v. 465 ; ix. 263 ; x. 166 ; 
xi. 424. Shrewsbury clock : " Point of war," 
xi. 337. Sjambok : its pronunciation, v. 92. 
Skrimshander, vi. 355, 517. Sloan surname, 
xii. 513. Snakes in South Africa, vi. 152 ; vii. 
258. Spelling changes, vi. 493. Tadpole, vi, 
157. Tennyson and Terence, xii. 346. Thune : 
(Eil-de-bceuf, French slang, vii. 153. Treats : 
mullers, their meaning, viii. 517. ' Twelfth 
Night,' II. iv., vi. 325. Vere (Edward de), 17th 
Earl of Oxford, viii. 297. " Vin gris," ix. 330. 
Walloon etymologies, xii. 405. War, its old 
pronunciation, vi. 138. William the Con- 
queror and Barking, xii. 175. Wine used at 
Holy Communion, x. 96 Ej 

Hill (Sir Rowland), his family and the Post Office,. 
vi. 163, 182, 232, 251, 273, 315, 354 ; his 
residence in Orme Square, viii. 12 ; and the 
Rotunda, Blackfriars Road, x. 221 
Hill (R. H. E.) on Hills of Moretonhampstead, 
iii. 188 



TENTH SEKIES. 



133 



Hill (R. J.) on T. South of Bossington Hall, xi. 

128 
Hill (Rev. William), editor of ' Northern Star,' ii. 

427, 490 ; iv. 235 
Hill (W. Burrough) on Queen's Theatre, 1704, xii. 

364 

Hill-climbing and Palm Sunday, vi. 70, 115 
Hill family of Moretonhampstead, Devon, iii. 188 
Hills (A.) on Washington pedigree, vii. 25 
Hillside on Addleshaw, xi. 189 
Hillwell (Mrs. E. A.) on Squire Draper and his 

daughter, xii. 29 

Hilson (J. Lindsay) on Berwick : Steps of Grace, 
ii. 516. Cockburnspath, xi. 72. Convention of 
Royal Burghs of Scotland, iii. 401, 443. Court 
of Session, viii. 41. Creeling the bridegroom, 
vii. 256. Easter Woods, iv. 335. Great Seal of 
Scotland, iii. 242. Has well family, iii. 314. 
Hazel or Hessle pears, ii. 436. Hell, Heaven, or 
Paradise, ii. 355. Lamb in place-names, iii. 150. 
Passing bell, i. 350. Scottish market customs, 
xii. 121 

Hilton (F.) on Hilton and Hare families, vii. 290 
Hilton family, vii. 290 ; ix. 336 
Hiltprand (Michael), his ' Ecclesia Militans,' xi. 

370 

Hime (M. C.) on authors of quotations, viii. 450 
Hind (A. M.) on monkeys stealing from a pedlar, 

vi. 448 

Hinds (J. P.) on Lady Coventry's Minuet, v. 518 
Hinds (Dr. Samuel), formerly Bishop of Norwich, 

i. 227, 351, 415, 517 
Hine (J.) on royal clock and press reference, 

ix. 429 

Hio on " Crown and Three Sugar Loaves," i. 167 
Hippoclides on ' As merry as griggs," i. 94. 
' Ashes to ashes," i. 387. Authors of quota- 
tions, ix. 29. Blue-water as adjective, vii. 
109. Christianity and its forbears, iii. 245. 
Christmas in Wales in 1774, xii. 507. Church 
music, Hi. 185. Crucifixion : earliest repre- 
sentation, v. 248. Duynkerkers, vii. 309. 
Fabian Society, ix. 108. Friday Street, x. 129. 
Googlie, cricket slang, xii. 110. Greeks and 
Nature, x. 372. Intellectual harvest (late), 
ii. 54. Johnson (S.), his watch, xii. 37. 
' Nitor in adversum," viii. 474. Pace : Hays, 
iv. 9. Plaxtol or Plaxtole, ix. 430. Pony = 
crib, vi. 185. Purdonium, iii. 388. St. 
Pancras motto, x. 412. Shakespeariana, ii. 
64. Sheep fair on ancient earthwork, viii. 
272. Sibyl : Burke's image, viii. 426. Smoking 
and blind men, ix. 335. Stones of London, 
vii. 448. Tennysoniana : Cleopatra, ix. 121. 
Thackeray quotation, i. 189. Tripos : Tripos 
verses, iv. 124. Umber bird, viii. 353. Victoria, 
ii. 468. Virgil, ' .ZEneid,' vi. 191. West-Country 
fair, i. 48 
Hippocrates and the black baby, xi. 207, 258, 

271 

Hippocrates legend, ix. 408 ; x. 35, 53 
Hippodrome at Goettingen, inscription on, ii. 528 
Hippogriff, its symbolism, x. 509 ; xi. 114, 456 
Hippomanes, modern science on, iii. 127 
Hipsy, a drink, its composition, iii. 61 
' Hirsles yont," meaning of the term, iii. 224 
Hiseland (William), his epitaph at Chelsea Hospi- 
tal, vi. 82 

Historians of the Irish Rebellion, 1798, viii. 69 
' Historical English Dictionary.' See Neiv English 

Dictionary. 

Historical MSS., index to reports on, iii. 286 ; 
discovery of, xii. 450, 497 



Historicus on Robert Agassiz, xii. 7. Broadside : 
Guildhall donation, xi. 505. Chamberlen (Dr.), 
iii. 428 

Historiographers Royal for Scotland, xii. 106 

History, " made in Germany," i. 5 ; knowledge 
in 1906 of, vi. 366 

' History of Advertising,' 1874, its predecessor, 
ix. 286 

' History of King's Place,' or ' Nocturnal Revels,' 
ix. 169 

Hitchin-Kemp (F.) on Bennett of Baldock, ix. 
396. Brent as waterway, iii. 349. Chalk 
Farm, x. 73. Chicheleana, ix. 350. Chichele's 
kin, v. 286. Clippingdale, vii. 37. Cowhouse 
Manor, Middlesex, xii. 234. Cricklewood, ii. 
408, 495. Dollis Hill, Willesden, iii. 344. 
Haynes (Samuel), i. 334. Heirloom cots,i. 207. 
Highways repaired, viii. 464. Historical geo- 
graphy of London, i. 258. Index of probates, 
iv. 277. Kempishawe, xi. 329. Oxgate Manor, 
Willesden, ix. 403. Page family and their 
Middlesex estates, vii. 322. Paramor family 
of Kent, xii. 397. Portmanteau words and 
phrases, v. 512. Pryor's Bank, Fulham, xii. 
237. Right to keep swans, x. 449. Romney 
portrait, v. 34. St. Paul's Cathedral, iv. 114. 
Swimming bath : William Kemp, x. 178. 
Virginia and the Eastern Counties, vii. 412. 
Willesden families, iii. 208. Woolmen in the 
fifteenth century, iii. 275. Yeoman of the 
Crown, i. 457 

Hoadly (Abp. John), his biography, ix. 473 

Hoast, use and meaning of the word, v. 66, 110 

Hoax on Italian scholar, ii. 367 

Hobart (Nicholas), of Lindsey, Suffolk, xii. 128 

Hobart family, ix. 9 

Hobart-Hampden (H. M.) on Jack and Jill, iv. 13 

Hobbes (Thomas) on the Continent, ii. 485 

Hobby grooms, 1677, their livery, v. 127 

Hobby-horse dancing, i. 5, 296 

Hobgoblin's claws, in Mortimer's ' Husbandry,* 
i. 93 

Hobhouse (Lord), d. 1904, his burial-place, ix. 169 

Hobson, Cambridge carrier, Vincent Bourne on, 
v. 288 

Hock, words built on the base, vii. 401, 494 ; viii. 
13 

Hock Stapler, title of horse at Winchester College, 
vii. 494 

Hockday and a pottage called hok, i. 187, 496 

Hocken (T. M.) on Rev. Samuel Marsden, v. 389 

Hockey in 1785, Cowper on, i. 385 

Hocktide observance at Hexton, xi. 488 ; xii. 71, 
139,214,253,514 

Hodening custom, v. 208, 374, 416 

Hodges (T. O.) on Mamamouchi, x. 328. Shake- 
speariana, x. 345 

Hodges (W.) on " As merry as griggs," i. 36 

Hodges (Capt. Wm. Arthur), killed at San 
Sebastian, iii. 433 

Hodgkin (J. Eliot) on the art of flying, ix. 441. 
Bank of England and specie payment, xii. 278. 
Bathing-machines, ii. 130. Beale (Bartholo- 
mew and Charles), iv. 104. Bigg, the Dinton 
hermit, iii. 336. Blooding a witch, ix. 397. 
Book-stealing, vii. 212. British exiles in 
Holland, vi. 351. Bumble-puppy and " Doves" 
tavern, viii. 72. Charles I. : his physical 
characteristics, vii. 334. Colours, old, in the 
Navy, viii. 166. Copying letters, v. 287. 
Diabolo : lorio, viii. 287. Dirigible balloons 
anticipated, xii. 125. Duke's Bagnio in Long 
Acre, iv. 24. Errors, typographical and other- 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



wise, ix. 493. Filberts : " When the Devil 
goes a-nutting," xii. 388. Frost prints, x. 433. 
George IV. : an appreciation, iv. 365. Going 
shopping, ii. 445. Lysons : sights in the moon, 
viii. 325. Man in the almanac, ix. 475. Mary, 
Queen of Scots, in Edinburgh Castle, viii. 249. 
Michell (John), Mayor of London, xii. 475. 
Moon and hair-cutting, iv. 234. Nelson and 
Lady Hamilton, xii. 261. Percy (Hugh), iii. 28. 
Piece-broker, iv. 391 ; v. 213. Pig and Kill- 
pig, i. 105. Playbills, earliest, i. 71. ' Poliphili 
Hypnerotomachia,' errors in, i. 4. St. Wini- 
fred and the Old Pretender, vi. 197. Shake- 
speare (John), bitmaker, x. 104. Shake- 
speariana, ii. 344. Sydney, 1789-1908, x. 261. 
Tickling trout, iii. 332. Tressac de Vergy, xi. 
432. White Tree of Crockerton Hill, xii. 247. 
Women and pipes, xi. 378 

Hodgson (J. C.) on Hamilton Brown, viii. 27. 
Colling wood's descendants, v. 49. Lindo or 
Lindot, portrait printer, v. 273. Robertson 
(Mrs. James), portrait painter, v. 304 

Hodgson family, its genealogy, iv. 349 

Hodgsons, book auctioneers, 1807-1907, viii. 246, 
266, 285 

Hodson (Lieut.) of the Indian Mutiny, viii. 348, 
414 

Hodson (L. G.') on Prior John at Brighton, ix. 477 

Hodson (L. J.) on Attorney -General to the Queen, 
x. 217. " Before one can say Jack Robinson," 
xi. 232. Bourne in place-names, xi. 451. Court 
of Requests, xii. 258. Hodson family, x. 329. 
Richardson (Samuel), x. 96 

Hodson (Nathaniel) = Anne Ferrers, viii. 150 

Hodson (Major W. S. R.) of the Indian Mutiny, 
ix. 12 

Hodson family, x. 329 

Hoe, Plymouth, pronunciation of the name, v. 
388 

Hoe (Col. Richard) and the Napiers, printing- 
machine makers, xii. 345 

Hoek van Holland, signification of the place- 
name, vii. 188, 236, 254, 473 

Hoffman (Heinrich), his ' King Nutcracker,' 
iv. 508 

Hog : hoga, words built on the base, vii. 401, 494 ; 
viii. 13 

Hog, uses of the word, iv. 407, 449, 510, 536 ; 
v. 73 

Hogan (J. F.) on cady, slang for a hat, x. 198. 
Crawford (Miss), Canadian poet, xii. 353. Drake 
(J. Rodman), xii. 497. Fenians in Western 
Australia, ix. 254. Hell, Heaven, and Paradise, 
i. 332. Never Never Land, xi. 9. Plains = 
timber-denuded lands, xii. 194. Ships' periodi- 
cals, xi. 418 

Hogarth (James and Jane), memorial ring, iii. 87 

Hogarth (W.), Act of Parliament bearing his name, 
i. 369 ; sale of his ' Wanstead Assembly,' iv. 
49 ; his ' March to Finchley ' and " The King's 
Head," Hampstead Road, vi. 207, 276 ; his 
house at Chiswick, xii. 486 

Hoggets = one-year-old sheep, as weather prophets, 
ix. 247 

Hogling money, c. 1595, meaning of the term, xi. 
130, 194 

Hogmanay song, Orkney, xi. 5, 72, 177 

Hogsflesh (William), cricketer, his death, viii. 28 

Hogsflesh surname, its distribution, viii. 334, 
394 ; ix. 14 

Hogshead, derivation of the word, vii. 346 

Hohenzollern (Prince von)=Madame de Mora, 
ix. 188 



Hok pottage and Hockday, i. 187, 496 
Holar, Bishops of, 1148-1408, ii. 67 
Holbeach Church, effigy in, x. 228, 273 
Holbeck, place-name, its derivation, xi. 448 ; 

xii. 18 
Holbein, subjects of his pictures, ix. 449, 497 ; 

x. 38 
Holborn, the place-name, ii. 308, 392, 457, 493 ; 

iii. 56 ; v. 295, 338, 354, 514 ; " Black Bull," 

in, v. 367 ; " Napier Tavern," its destruction, 

xi. 467, 515 

Holborn and Bloomsbury manors, iii. 269 
Holborn Hill, arms on " Old Bell '" Inn, iii. 366, 

430 
Holbourne (Lady Anne), memorial inscription, 

vii. 2 
Holbrook (Mrs. Ann Catharine), her publications, 

vii. 352 

Holden (Henry) and Hubert A. Holden, x. 264 
Holden (Hubert A.) and Henry Holden, x. 264 
Holden (R. M.) on 7th Light Dragoons, xi. 374 
Holden family, vii. 188, 233 
Holderness families, xii. 149, 211 
Holdich (Benjamin) on Crowland Abbey, v. 509 
Hole Bole, " Le," sign in Honey Lane, xii. 348, 

438 

Holed-stone folk-lore, vii. 26, 157 
Holford (Christopher) on Jacob Cole, xii. 476 
Holinsworth (C. B.) on glowworm or firefly, i. 112. 

Southcott (Joanna), and black pig, xi. 354 
Holland (Cornelius), M.P., his biography, v. 287 
Holland (J.) on Court Leet in Portland, viii. 148 
Holland (J. B.) on " Fountain " Tavern, iv. 289. 

Gilby (Antony), viii. 131. Simcoe (General), 

and Domingo, iv. 290 
Holland (Rev. Richard), c. 1656-1706, parentage 

and offspring, v. 88 

Holland (T. J.) on Rev. Richard Holland, v. 88 
Holland (W. R.) on Bidding prayer, vii. 72. 

Bossing, vii. 135. Kit's Coty House, iv. 247. 

Oxe-aye, vi. 234. ' Oxford Ramble,' iv. 472. 

Prisoner suckled by his daughter, iv. 432 ; vi. 

172. Rime v. rhyme, vi. 332. St. Columba's 

Well, vi. 455. Smith in Latin, v. 152. 
Holland, seventeenth-century English exiles in, 

v. 148 

Holland, Gulix, textile fabric, xi. 470 ; xii. 12 
Holland, Hoek van, signification of the place-name, 

vii. 188, 236, 254, 473 
Hollandtyde, its meaning, ii. 420 
Holies (Gervaise), his church notes and other MSS., 

i. 208, 251 ; and the aurora borealis in Lincoln- 
shire, 242 
Holleck or Hollicke Manor, co. Middlesex, iii. 387, 

435 ; iv. 36, 77 

Holloway (John), M.P. for Wallingford, x. 510 
Holloway (M. M.) and the MSS. of Count A. de 

Panignano, iii. 8, 94 

Holloway (Sir Richard), his biography, iii. 43 
Holluschickie, meaning of the term, xii. 48, 94 
Holly, oaths sworn on bough of, v. 167 ; and 

lightning, 167 ; as browse for cattle, xii. 428, 

494 

Holly Lodge, High-gate, its sale, vii. 487 ; horse- 
shoe superstition, ix. 154 
Holm and mastick trees, their modern names, 

v. 489 

Holman (H. W.) on Theod. vand. Hooch, vi. 468 
Holme Pierrepont church and library, ii. 149, 295, 

350 

Holmes (M. A. F.) on palindrome, iv. 175 
Holmes (Oliver Wendell) on citizenship, vii. 249, 

297, 475 



TENTH SERIES. 



135 



Holmes (Robert), barrister, his burial-place, xii. 

310 

Holt (E. F.), painter, c. 1854-8, x. 489 ; xi. 38 
Holt (Henry Frederick and Walter Lockhart) 

inquired after, i. 29 

Holt (R. V.) on officers of State in Ireland, iv. 314 
Holt Castle, its history, xi. 308, 395, 490 ; xii. 56, 

92 ; and Beauchamp family, xii. 227, 291 
Holtby (Richard), ' D.N.B.' on, x. 115 
Holus-bolus, its derivation, ii. 188 
Holwell (John Zephaniah), Black Hole survivor, 

ix. 370, 455, 518 ; x. 76 

Holworthy (F. M. R.) on Archbell family, ix. 469. 
Balloons and flying machines, xii. 271. Burial- 
places of notable Englishwomen, xii. 253. 
Crest of ostrich feathers, xi. 409. Cromwell 
(Oliver), his head, xii. 32. Dragoons, 7th 
Light, xi. 310. Fleetwood of Calwich, xii. 58. 
Gordon (Capt. R. J.), xii. 138. Holworthy 
family, ix. 208. Pigott (C.), his ' Jockey- 
Club,' xii. 136. Spanish Walk Exchange, xii. 
269. ' Town and Country Magazine,' xii. 368 
Holworthy family, ix. 208, 273, 377 
Holy Maid of Kent, Elizabeth Barton, ii. 268, 336 
Holy Thursday, born on, and idle, iii. 287 ; rain 

caught on, iv. 447, 497 

Holy Trinity, New York, its records, vi. 151, 197 
Holyoake (G. J.), his biography, v. 80, 126 ; 
and G. J. Harney, 126 ; Chartists and special 
constables, v. 126, 156, 191, 212, 274 ; vi. 33 ; 
as a lecturer, v. 223, 397 ; bibliography, v. 441, 
491 ; vi. 75 
Holyoake (G. J.) on Sir Edward Dyer, i. 487. 

Parliamentary quotation, iii. 294 
Holyrood, Queen Elizabeth's portrait at, iv. 508 
Holyrood font, removed in 1544, iii. 30, 109 
Holyrood marches, walking, the custom, ix. 426 
Homais (M.), his identification, x. 469, 518 
Home family of Hutton Hall, vi. 209, 276, 316, 

377, 397 

Homer, and Pope, ii. 525 ; and the digamma, v. 
168, 215, 253, 297 ; iron in, vii. 39, 141 ; and 
Dickens, 505 ; ' Life and Writings,' by Black- 
well, xii. 68 

Homericus on ' Iliads of the Iliad,' v. 409 
Hominy, etymology of the word, v. 326 
Homo Ccelebs on University Women's Club, ii. 33 
Homunculus, his ' John Bull and his Wonderful 

Lamp,' v. 230 
Hone (C. H.) on St. George's Chapel Yard, Oxford 

Road, vi. 469 

Hone (Nathaniel), miniature by, 1749, ii. 68, 154 
Hone (Nathaniel) on Edwinstowe Manor Court, 
ii. 437. Knights Templars, iv. 10. Love 
ales, iv. 35. Martyrdom of St. Thomas, i. 450. 
Sporting clergy before the Reformation, ii. 
293. Tickling trout, ii. 277 

Hone (N. J.) on ' As You Like It,' Act I. sc. i., vi. 
325. Court Leet : Manor Court, viii. 16. 
Curious heriots, xi. 26. Manorial customs, vi. 
166. Manorial system, v. 286. Shakkespere: 
Shakstaff , v. 89 
Hone (W.), imitations of his ' Political House that 

Jack built,' viii. 485, 516 
Hone family, i. 389 
Honeysuckle, name for different plants, xii. 281, 

333, 411 
" Honi soit qui mal y pense," variant, viii. 47, 

176 

Honour, Falstaff on, v. 128, 176 
Hooch (Theodore van), c. 1701, his biography, 

vi. 468 
Hood (Lord), letter on Martello towers, i. 477 



Hood (Dr. Samuel), of Liverpool, his ' Analytic 
Physiology,' iv. 68, 137 

Hood (Thomas) and John Hamilton Reynolds, 
ii. 67 ; his portraits, iv. 428 ; lines on bells 
by, vi. 266 ; vii. 294 ; supposed hoax by, 
vi. 490 

Hoodman-blind, obsolete English game, vii. 512 

Hook (A. J.) on John Hook, of Norwich, v. 410 

Hook (John), minister of Norwich Tabernacle, 
v. 410, 473 

Hook (Theodore), anecdotes in his works, xii. 329 

Hooke (Rev. W.) and Mastership of the Savoy, 
ix. 421 

" Hooked it," and the expression " Cut his stick," 
viii. 348 

Hooker (Sir Joseph D.) on isabelline as a colour, 
i. 487 ; ii. 75. Topinambou, v. 131 

Hookes (N.), his ' Amanda,' iv. 301 

Hooligan in Russian, i. 125 ; iii. 345 ; and 
German, iii. 345 

Hooper (J.) on birth-marks, i. 362. Bristow on 
Eugene Aram, i. 389. Cathedral High Stewards, 
i. 348. Fable from Ariosto, i. 290. Nelson in 
fiction, iii. 26. Private house (largest), ii. 
29. Quotations wanted, iv. 353. " Sal et 
saliva," i. 368. " Scole Inn," Norfolk, i. 394. 
Stickpenny, iii. 70. Weeper in House of 
Commons, iii. 70 

Hooper (J. H.) on Richard Mosley Atkinson, xi. 
178 

Hooper (Roger) = Mary Long, 1639, iv. 127, 215 

Hooper ( ), Winchester Commoner 1842, iii. 

309 

Hoorn, Cape, correct name of southernmost point 
of South America, iii. 466 ; iv. 94 . 

Hooshtah, Westralian importation into English r 
v. 6 

Hoosier, state and people of Indiana, origin of the 
name, ii. 147 

Hope (A.) on googlie, cricket slang, xii. 194. 
Scott's ' Lochinvar,' xii. 435 

Hope (H. Gerald) on Angles : England, iii. 16. 
Antiquary v. antiquarian, ii. 174. Battle- 
field sayings, ii. 275. Carson, i. 52. Clavering : 
De Mandeville, i. 213. Cromwell House, High- 
gate, iv. 135. Documents in secret drawers, 
ii. 255. Duelling in England, iii. 475. Fair 
Maid of Kent, ii. 297. 'Goody Two Shoes, * 
ii. 251. Hastings (Warren), his first wife, i. 494. 
Holyrood font, iii. 111. " I expect to pass 
through," i. 433. Immurement alive of religious, 
i. 152. Jacobite wineglasses, i. 392. Jonscn 
and Bacon, iii. 35. Louis XVII., i. 375. 
MacElligott (Col. Roger), i. 294. Maryborough 
and Shakespeare, i. 353. Mary, Queen of 
Scots, i. 90. Mesmerism in the Dark Ages, 
ii. 314. Morland's grave, ii. 276. Premier 
Grenadier of France, i. 384. Raleigh's head, 
i. 197. Roman tenement houses, ii. 73. St. 
Fina of Grmignano, i. 415. Scribblers, irre- 
sponsible, ii. 277. Smith, a Berners Street 
artist, ii. 409. Sothern's London residence, iii. 
195. Storming of Fort Moro, ii. 313. Vanish- 
ing London, ii. 234. Verschoyle : Folden, iii. 
335. Westminster changes in 1903, i. 355. 
William III. at battle of the Boyne, ii. 370, 453 ; 
iii. 137 ; iv. 96 

Hope (J. E. S.) on ' The Times,' 1962, i. 470 

Hope (Lady) of Kerse, c. 1648, vi. 28 

Hopkins (F. A.) on London cemeteries in 1860, 
ii. 169. Willie (William), i. 257 

Hopkins (F. O.) on Francis Prior: Annabella 
Beaumont, v, 8 



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Hopper (H.), modeller c. 1814, x. 130, 218 
Hopping (John), use of the term, xii. 487 
Hoppner (Catherine Hampden), date of his death, 

viii. 387 
Hoppner (J.), his portrait of William Petrie, vi. 

401 ; engravings after, viii. 469 ; untraced 

portraits by, ix. 7, 53, 212 ; his sister, 409 ; 

and Sir T. Frankland's daughters, x. 168, 233, 

294, 374 ; xii. 232, 337 
Hoppner (J.) of Rochester, and photograph of 

Dickens, ix. 208 
Hoppner (B. Belgrave), Consul-General at Venice, 

x. 349, 417 

Hoppner and Meyer families, xii. 129 
Hops in Essex in 1738, vi. 227 
Hopscotch, children's game, its history, xii. 

329, 375 
Hopson (Admiral Sir T.), 1643-1717, his marriage, 

i. 269 
Hopton (Ralph, Lord), frequently killed Royalist 

general, v. 409, 456 
Horace, first edition, i. 103, 338 ; in Latin and 

English verse, viii. 388 ; ix. 13 
Horace, Virgil & Cicero, London publishers, 1759, 

viii. 70 

* Horace in London,' by James and Horace Smith, 

v. 369 
Horatio, transmission of Christian names in 

families, iv. 365 
Horae, manuscript, vernacular rubrics, xi. 329 

- Horae Subsecme,' 1620, its author, xii. 101, 162 
Horder (J. G.) on Russian painting, viii. 190 
Horn (Alexander) and the ' Incendium Divini 

Amoris,' i. 2 

Horn, Cape. See Hoorn. ^ 

Horn, letter C known as the, iii. Ill 
Horn dancing, revival of the custom, i. 5, 296 
Hornbook (Adam), pseudonym of Thos. Cooper, 

iii. 229, 270 
Hornbook, portrait of Miss Campion with, vi. 

229 

Hornbooks and battledores, vi. 463 . 
Hornby family and representation of Blackburn, 

v. 326 

Horncastle family, xi. 290 
Home (C.) on Goethe on " Ignorance in motion," 

xii. 88 
Home (F. L.) on authors of quotations wanted, 

xii. 208 

Horneck (Mary) and Oliver Goldsmith, i. 310 
Horner : Anglo-Indian ' Little Jack Horner,' 

vii. 97 
Horner (S.) on 'Ancient Orders of Gray's Inn,' 

i. 434 

Horner family of Mells Park, vi. 212 
Horne-Tooke (John). See Tooke. 
Hornsey, history of the parish, v. 132 ; and 

William Wallace and Robert Bruce, vii. 343 
Hornsey photographs : Highgate and Arabella 

Stuart, x. 46, 93, 156 
Hornsey Wood House, vii. 106, 157, 216, 253, 274, 

371 

Horrocks (Gabriell Augusta), d. 1872, Viii. 425 
Hors d'osuvre, English pronunciation, x. 229, 

255 

Horse, Latin for " roping " a, i. 448, 513 
Horse, Master of, the office, viii. 268 
Horse Hill, place-name, 1644, x. 489 ; xi. 155 
Horse or horses, plural in Shakespeare, i. 342, 

424 
Horse-bells, survival of the custom, vi. 469 ; vii. 

33, 110, 174, 258 
Horse-block = horse-pew, iv. 27, 132, 334, 513 



Horseferry, Westminster, and measurement of 

distances, iii. 248 ; iv. 51 
Horseflesh, consumption of, x. 245, 455 
Horse-pew = horse-block, iv. 27, 132, 334, 513 
Horse-races, handkerchiefs as relics of, viii. 448 
Horse-racing, in Scotland, iii. 450 ; in France, v. 

167, 237, 294 ; at Leith, 1736, lines on, viii. 182 
Horse-radish as folk-medicine, ii. 446 
Horses, of Duke of Wellington, i. 329, 416 ; with 

four white feet, vii. 157, 378 ; of Marly, 190, 

211, 251, 277, 352, 376, 396 
Horses, grey, and Scots Greys, vii. 93 
Horses, thinking, their fate, ii. 165, 281 
Horses' skulls placed under buildings, ix. 2 
Horse-shoe superstition, Holly Lodge, Highgate, 

Viii. 210 

Horse-shoeing in the sixteenth century, vi. 9 
Horseshoes, Oakham Castle and, ii. 445 ; right 

side upwards, iii. 9, 90, 214, 314 
Horssekyns, name for colts or fillies, 1548, vii. 

425 ; viii. 35 
Hort (Lieut.-Col. J. J.), his ' The Days when We 

had Tails on Us,' viii. 429 ; ' The Horse Guards,' 

x. 368 

Horton (S.) and W. T. Streader, iv. 369 
Horton (Walter de) and Haliwick Manor, iv. 36, 77 
Horton-Smith (R. H.) on ' Lead, Kindly Light,' 

v. 185 

Horwood's ' Map of London,' iii. 187, 274, 353 
Hose on the head, meaning of the word, vi. 169, 

236 
Hosking ( James ) = Elizabeth Vinnicombe, vi. 109, 

156, 197 

Hospitals, first dental surgeons to, vi. 310 
Hospitatus, meaning of the word, viii. 208 
Hdtel Moras, Paris, its architect, xii. 89 
Hotel servants, their symbolic correspondence, 

xii. 366 

Hoth = heath, use of the word, xii. 284, 351, 418 
Hotspur, his sword and Petworth House, x. 446 
Hotten (J. C.) projects 'That Reminds Me,' ix. 

109, 294 
Hough (John), Bishop of Winchester, anecdote of 

himself, i. 431 
Hough family, xi. 429, 475 
Houghton Bridge, Sussex, its history, vi. 38 
Houghton-le-Spring, Royal Kepier School, its 

scholars, vii. 68, 116 

Hounds, meets of, announced in church, x. 468 
Hounsfield (Mrs. T. B.) on Ann Radcliffe, iv. 9 
Housden (J. A. J.) on Besant on Dr. Watts, iii. 489. 

Bishop of Man imprisoned, 1722, ii. 534. 

Children at executions, ii. 454. Copes and cope 

chests, v. 254. "Disce pati," i. 316. Envelopes, 

i. 57. Fame, v. 49. Grahamize, i. 505. 

Macaulay on the Thames, vi. 16. '' Monmouth 

Street of literature," iii. 252. Privy Council 

under James I., i. 131. Proverb against gluttony, 

vi. 95. Richard of Scotland, ii. 450. St. 

Edith, vi. 91. St. Florian, vi. 297. Saturday 

in Spanish, v. 435. Travelling in England, 

1600-1700, v. 433. University Women's Club, 

ii. 33. Vulgate, iii. 435 
House, largest private, in England, ii. 29, 133, 

197; use of the word " place'' in, viii. 207, 

298 ; oldest inhabited, in Scotland, x. 268 
House motto : Ulidia, its meaning, vii. 289, 356, 

518 
House of Commons, its Journal, ii. 248, 312 ; 

weeper in, iii. 70 ; hats worn in, vi. 488 ; 

Fathers of the, vii. 486 ; beset by women, 1643, 

viii. 445 ; its Speakers, x. 388, 489, 518 ; xi. 

31, 411 i 



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House of Lords, 1625-60, list of peers in, iii. 448, 

497 ; iv. 36 ; and the Cabinet, x. 486 ; lady's 

speech in, xi. 129 
House of warantyse, meaning of phrase, x. 89, 

298 
Houses, Roman tenement, i. 369 ; ii. 73 ; of 

historical interest, ii. 425 ; iv. 486 ; vi. 52, 91, 

215, 356, 497 ; vii. 312, 413, 472 ; viii. 12, 114 ; 

xi. 45, 466 ; famous London, v. 165, 483 ; Lon- 
don coaching, 1680, viii. 1, 95 ; without fire- 
places or chimneys, viii. 29 ; in Cambridge, 

rings on, ix. 108 

Houses or hospitals, 14th-century religious, vii. 34 
Houses of the nobility, London, c. 1680, xii. 143 
Housden (J. A. J.) on William Congreve, iv. 148 
Housman (A. E.) his ' Bredon Hill,' x. 168, 218 
Houston (A.) on ' Hugh Trevor,' iv. 429. ' Ring, 

The,' iv. 448. Songs wanted, iv. 410. ' Zapa- 

ta's Questions,' iv. 449 
Houston and Gordon families, xii. 349 
Houston's (T.), ' The Progress of Madness,' 1802, 

ix. 14 

Houstoun (Sir Patrick), his marriages, xi. 70, 253 
Hove, place-name, its origin, ix. 450 ; x. 14, 111, 

156, 216, 271 
Hovelling, differentiated from smuggling, x. 125, 

198 
Hovenden (R.) on W. W. C. or W. H. C., artist, 

iii. 368 
How (Mistress Rachel), mezzotint of, 1702, x. 249, 

335 
How (Bishop Walsham), anecdote in his ' Lighter 

Moments,' vii. 419 
Howard (Lady Constance), article on Kirby Hall, 

Northants, vii. 228, 275, 458 
Howard (Ellen) = H. F. Walker, x. 450 
Howard (Col. F.) on Sir Jerome Fitzpatrick, xi. 428 
Howard (Sir George), Field-Marshal, vii. 129, 192, 

235 

Howard (G. B.) on Latin lines on Buxton, viii. 69 
Howard (Lady Honoria), d. c. 1676, xi. 66, 134 
Howard (Sir Robert), dramatist, his family, iv. 

141, 211 
Howard (Thomas), of Dublin, c. 1709, his ancestry, 

v. 169 

Howard (W.) on John Mottley, dramatist, i. 367 
Howard and Dryden families, i. 87 
Howard-Flanders (W.) on Augustinian house at 

Steeple, xii. 210. Manor Mesne, vi. 292. 

Parsons not in holy orders, xii. 350 
Howe (Col.) at Quebec, his biography, viii. 90, 158 
Howe (Earl), sale of his Shakespeares, ix. 4 
Howell (G. O.) on 'Folkestone Fiery Serpent,' xi. 

192 

Howe (I. L.) on Fotheringay bells, ix. 468 
Howe (Lord), painting by Madox Brown of his 

victory, 1794, x. 407 
Howe (W. D.) on " bbl.," v. 27 
Howe = Russell, x. 269 
Howell (Mary A.) on ' Astrsea Victrix,' i. 7. Author 

of quotation wanted, vii. 312. ' Medley Finale 

to the Great Exhibition,' v. 64. " There shall 

no tempests blow," iv. 12 
Howitt (S.), his paintings, ii. 49 
Howlers, Eastern and Western, vi. 486 
Howorth (B.) on Liverpool Library, ix. 149 
Howson (T.), Vicar of Sturton, suit against, vii. 46 
Hoy (John) and Serle's coffee-house, vi. 9, 95, 158, 

217 

Hoyle (Edmond), his portrait, ii. 409, 536 ; iii. 
196 

Hubbub = disturbance, its derivation, vii. 507; 
viii. 54, 156 



Huby, Yorks, maypole erected at, viii. 127 

Huddersfield history, i. 107 

Hudson (A. E.) on St. Cross Hospital, Winchester, 

xii. 150 

Hudson (C.) on newspapers, c. 1817-27, viii. 170 
Hudson (C. M.) on Browning's text, i. 208. 

Chess between man and his Maker, iv. 169 
Hudson (E.) on almshouses, iv. 87 
Hudson (Henry), his descendants, iv. 288, 357 
Hudson (Jeffrey), dwarf, his history, x. 390, 438, 

518 ; xi. 194, 236 
Hudson (John) on orange custom at the Savoy, xii. 

262 

Hudson (Tom), his ' My Oak Table,' i. 16 
Huel, Celtic word, its meaning, xii. 488 
Huff : in a huff, use of the word, v. 448, 497 
Hughes (A. S.) on " Moiree melanique," iv. 29 
Hughes (C.) on Sir John Harington, xi. 161. 

Knighthood of 1603, vi. 181 
Hughes (H.) on c Rinordine,' Irish song, ix. 33 
Hughes (L. H.) on Du Barri, iii. 268. Epigram on 
a rose, iii. 354. False quantities in Parlia- 
ment, ii. 418. Genealogy in Dumas, ii. 496 
Hughes (T. Cann) on abbey lantern slides, xii. 187. 
Accession coins and medals, x. 190. Alltree 
family, ix. 349. Anchorites' dens, iii. 234. 
Bagshaw, i. 295. Ballad by Reginald Heber, 
v. 184, 490. Bayham Abbey, iv. 448. Birch, 
Burch, or Byrch families, i. 417. Bowes Castle, 
Yorkshire, iv. 288. Braddon (Paul), viii. 489. 
Brerewood, Edward, v. 208. Brougham Castle, 
iv. 293. Burial-places of artists, ix. 189. 
Burial-places of celebrities, iii. 449. Burial- 
places of eminent engineers, ix. 128. Burial- 
places of judges, ix. 169. Chalice at Leo- 
minster Church, vi. 30. Chancel arches (triple), 
xii. 208. Cheyne Walk : China Walk, v. 416. 
Children at executions, ii. 516. Comber 
family, i. 212. Combermere Abbey, iv. 315. 
Company spoons, xii. 109. Copes and c.ope- 
chests, v. 189. Cumberland (George), iv. 88. 
Defunct periodicals, viii. 347. Detached parts 
of counties and townships, x. 428. Devonshire 
miniaturists, xi. 209. Dover to Winchester 
road, v. 409. English officials under foreign 
Governments, iii. 214. Episcopal ring, ii. 188. 
Epitaph at Bowes, v. 370. Epitaphs, ii. 195. 
Excavations at Richborough, ii. 289. Fellows 
of the Clover Leaf, i. 7. Ferrar (Nicholas), 
his ' Harmonies,' i. 108. Finchale Priory, 
Durham, ii. 168. Glynne (Sir Stephen), his 
church notes, x. 441. Grandfather clocks, 
ix. 409. Hell, Heaven, and Paradise, ii. 355. 
Holt (Henry Frederick and Walter Lockhart), 
i. 29. Jefferies (Richard) Club, xi. 410. Juris- 
diction, special, x. 418. Kingsley's ' New 
Forest Ballad,' ix. 508. Lament harp, i. 329. 
Lancaster Bridge, viii. 168. Lancaster cele- 
brities : their portraits, ix. 467. Lancaster 
clockmakers, ix. 487. Leche family, i. 397. 
' Liber Landavensis,' ii. 149. Liverpool printed 
books, iv. 67. Liverpool University : Institute 
of Archaeology, iv. 308. Lucas families, iii. 233. 
Manning (Rev. C. Robertson), i. 67. Mary, 
Queen of Scots : her crucifix, xii. 208. Mason 
(William), his portraits, iv. 49. Meteyard (Miss), 
v. 450. Nelson's patent of peerage, v. 121. 
New Forest pictures, ix. 508. Pageants, viii. 
327. Pannell, i. 172. Parkgate Theatre, iii. 
355. Pembroke College, Cambridge, iii. 29. 
Picture of a lady and her son, vi. 130. Place, 
v. 412. Portrait by Lawrence, xii. 90. Pottery, 
English topographical, xi. 230. Premon- 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



stratensian abbeys, iv. 169, 231. Quotations 
wanted, iv. 369. Ramsgate Christmas pro- 
cession, v. 416. Refectories, first-floor, ii. 167. 
Roman Lanx, i. 86. Romney portrait, iv. 410. 
Rooker (Michael Angelo), xi. 269. Ruthwell 
Cross, Dumfriesshire, x. 168. Sainthill (Richard), 
x. 228. Scawton Church, Yorks, xii. 187. 
Stanley (Dean), his poem ' The Gipsies,' iv. 
67. Syer-Cuming collection, i. 409. ' Table 
Talk of Samuel Rogers,' iii. 488. Tickling 
trout, i. 274. Tunbridge Wells and district, 
iii. 429. Upton Snodsbury discoveries, iii. 268. 
Vereda, Roman town, x. 269. Verschoyle : 
Folden, iii. 335. Victoria Statue, Lancaster, 
x. 124. Watling, Hamlet, ii. 488. Welsbach 
(Caspar), i. 509. Whitney (Geoffrey), his auto- 
graph, iv. 208. Whitney (John), iv. 108. 
Wirral Hermit, iii. 246. Wolverhampton pul- 
pit, i. 407 

Hughes (P. S.) on Quillin or Quillan, iv. 253 
Hughes (W.) on Bacchanals or Bag-o'-Nails, vi. 
490. Ivy Lane, Strand, v. 136. ' Probleme 
de St. P6tersbourg," vi. 474. Tarleton and 
" The Tabor," iii. 55 
Hughes family, iv. 207 

Hugo (Victor), his 'Les Abeilles Impe>iales,' i. 348, 
391 ; ii. 57 ; topography in ' Les Mise>ables,' 
iv. 309, 374 ; his property in England, vi. 488 ; 
vii. 33 ; on Provencal folk-songs, viii. 90, 488 ; 
ix. 91 

Huguenot, the word in 1562, iii. 327 
Huish (Marcus B.) on Thomas Delaware, Lord de 
la Warr, vi. 508. Endecott (John), vi. 508. 
Johnson (Lady Arbella), vi. 508 
Huitson family, vi. 394 

Hulbert's Providence Press, Shrewsbury, x. 108 
Hull, funeral of victims of Russian Baltic fleet 

blunder, ii. 425 

Hull (Major), his MS. Journal, d. 1841, xi. 106 
Hull of a serpent, its skin or slough, iv. 55 
Hull Railway Report, 1841, ix. Ill, 178 
Hulme (E. W.) on Duke's Bagnio in Long Acre, 

iv. 115 

Hulse (H.) on Lady Ursula, xii. 110. 
Hulton (Blanche) on " Barrar," i. 435. ' Brown's 
Superb Bible,' iii. 228. Engravings, i. 309. 
' Into Thy Hands, O Lord,' viii. 396. Quota- 
tions wanted, iv. 316 
Hulton (S. F.) on Sir Harry Bath : Shotover, iii. 

209. James University, v. 47 
Humanitas, nom de guerre in ' The Press,' 1798, 

iv. 529 

Humby (Mrs.), actress, her biography, iii. 288, 337 
Hume (Joseph), his relations with Rousseau, viii. 
106 ; his papers, 1823-32, 268, 315 ; his ances- 
try, ix. 70, 115 

Sume (Martin) on Infanta Maria of Spain, xii. 91 
Humming ale, use of the phrase, ix. 107 
Humphreys (A. L.) on authors of quotations 
wanted, x. 218. Beauford (Dr.), Rector of 
Camelford, x. 413. Book on roads, ix. 295. 
Brett (Sir Alexander), x. 417. Danzig in 1813, 
x. 193. ' Epulum Parasiticum,' x. 177. 
Ferrers (Earl), xi. 335. Gaol literature, xi. 
510. Guild (William), xii. 34. Italian genea- 
logy, xi. 14. Ladies and side-saddles, xii. 295. 
Nicholas Breakspear (Pope), xi. 70. Pall 
Mall, the game, ix. 310. Payne at the Mews 
Gate, vii. 492. ' Plaine Pathway,' viii. 452. 
Primitive oaths among savages, ix. 394. Told 
(Silas), x. 390. Tollgate houses, x. 274. Wils- 
combe Club, viii. 134. Witchcraft bibliography, 
xi. 491 



Humphries (Richard), prizefighter, date of death, 

vi. 8 ; vii. 13 

Humour, meaning in Shakespeare, xi. 27, 156 
Hundred Courts still existing, i. 127, 197 
Hungarian grammar, ix. 489 ; x. 14, 112 
Hungarian rare plant and English botanists, vii. 

370 

Hungary, ' Times ' correspondents in, ii. 108 ; 
mythical Queens of, xi. 308 ; King of, in 
' Measure for Measure,' xii. 170 

Hungerford, Hocktyde festivities at, vii. 401, 494 

Hungerford (Col. John) and the Bombay Regi- 
ment, x. 1 

Hunsdon, epitaph at, ix. 27 

Hunt (A. E. ) on Hunt family, iv. 448 

Hunt (Holman), his 'Light of the World,' its 
title, iv. 45 ; prayer on ' Light of the World,' 
ix. 350 

Hunt family, iv. 448 

Hunter (A. A.) on Gloucestershire worthies, xi. 
168. Hunter of Long Calderwood, vi. 288 

Hunter (E. ) on hatchments, vi. 350 

Hunter (H. E.) on Shepherd's Bush, iv. 89 

Hunter (John), of Long Calderwood, vi. 288 

Hunter (Rev. John), his marriages, x. 204 

Hunter (M.) on Shakespeariana, v. 263 

Hunter-Blair (Sir D. Oswald) on pontificate, ii. 173. 
" Sal et saliva," i. 432. Sweet family, ii. 8 

Hunter's cakes : hunter's wood, incorrect transla- 
tions from the Dutch, vii. 346 

Hunting adventures of royalty, ii. 469 

Hunting incident, Yorkshire, xi. 8 

Huntingdon, J. Cole's ' Calendar,' xi. 309. 
Huntingdon (Countess of) at Highgate, iv. 
149, 333 

Huntingdon (Earldom of), its history, iv. 51, 
114 ; death of claimant to, v. 487 

Huntingdonshire, St. Ives booksellers and 
printers, viii. 201 

Hunting ton family, i. 389 

Huntites, meaning of the name, x. 200 

Huntley (Mrs.) on carved stone, i. 109 

Huquier, father and son, French engravers in 
England, i. 469 

Hurly (Henry), his trade token, 1668, vi. 491 

Hurricane lore, West Indian, vii. 127 

Hursley, Hampshire, its vicars, xii. 188, 291 ; 
parish registers, 223 

Hurstmonceaux, pronunciation of place-name, 
vii. 248, 355 

Hurstmonceaux Castle for sale, iv. 228 

Hurt (G. E. P.) on holly for cattle: ;< fryes," 
xii. 428 

Hurt (L. C.) on / majuscule, ii. 288 

Hus (John) before Council of Constance, xii. 28, 
94, 158 

Huse or Hews family, xii. 128, 177 

Hussey (A.) on alms light, ii. 348. Calf's 
" gadyr," ii. 467. Cathedral High Stewards, i. 
412. Caxtons of Kent, v. 142. Chair of St. 
Augustine, i. 473. Earpick, iii. 86. Easter 
Day, Kentish custom on, i. 391. Guncaster, 
i. 518. Gytha, mother of Harold II., iv. 232. 
" In vadiis," vi. 517. Lights in pre-Refprma- 
tion churches, vi. 34. Masters (Mary), iii. 474. 
" Mustlar " : " Muskyll," i. 228. Pharos at 
Dover Castle, vi. 393. Pilgrims' Ways, ii. 212. 
Potts family, i. 434. Procession door, i. 468. 
St. Paulinus and the Swale, iv. 254. St. 
Thomas Wohope, ii. 209 ; iii. 295. St. Wel- 
come, vi. 109. St. William of Sherrifield, vi. 
190. Snowte : weir and fishery, iii. 88. Steyne, 
vi. 352. Taylor (Tom) on Whewell, iii. 293. 



TENTH SERIES. 



139 



Torch and taper, i. 109. " Trylle upon my 

Harpe," ii. 148. Yeoman of the Crown, i. 208. 

" Ympe," ii. 186 

Hussey family of Slinfold, Sussex, xii. 3, 13 
Hustings Courts, Cheshire, wills in, viii. 170 
Hustle-cap, obsolete English game, vii. 512 
Hutchins (Rev. John), of SS. Anne and Agnes, 

his interment, x. 148 ; xi. 409 
Hutchins (Mary H.) on ' Hamlet,' I. ii. vi. 505 
Hutchinson (Col.) and Sandown Castle, Kent, 

viii. 190 
Hutchinson (John) on Raleigh, its pronunciation, 

i. 90. Shakespeare called " gentle," iii. 69, 

290. Shakespeariana, i. 161 
Hutchinson (M. B.) on Ipswich Apprentice Books, 

i. 41, 111 
Hutchinson (T.) on ' English Minstrelsy,' ix. 256. 

Lamb, Coleridge, and Mr. May, i. 61, 109. 

Pour, v. 329. Wordsworth anecdote, v. 307 ; 

vii. 193 
Hutchinson (William), historian of Durham, his 

descendants, iii. 327 
Hutton (E.) on astrology in Italy, v. 148. Spanish 

folk-lore, iv. 266 

Huth (E. W.) on " Jolly Roger " Inn, xi. 370 
Hutton (James) and English Moravianism, 1738, 

viii. 502 

Hutton (W. H.) on copes and cope-chests, v. 254 
Hutton Hall, Berwickshire, its history, vi. 209, 

276, 316, 377, 397, 431 
Huttons of that ilk, iv. 509 

Huxley and Wilberforce at the British Associa- 
tion, 1860, x. 209, 335 
Hwinca, n and c in, x. 226 
Hyde, manor of, its history, x. 321, 461 ; xi. 

22, 174, 231 

Hyde (Amphillis), date of her death, x. 289 
Hyde ( Anne ) = Samuel Ibbotson, viii. 408 
Hyde (Sir Henry), beheaded March, 1650, x. 268 
Hyde de Neuville, his descent, ii. 368 
Hyde family, their marriages, iv. 348 
Hyde family pedigree, x. 486 

Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, x. 41, 142 
Hydrophobic patients smothered, i. 65, 176, 210, 

332 
Hyett (F. A.) on the Cotswold games, ix. 146. 

' Victoria History of Gloucestershire,' viii. 304 

Hymns : 

' A charge to keep I have," ii. 335 
' And he was a Samaritan," xii. 46, 177 
' God moves in a mysterious way," ii. 335 
" May I through this blest day of Thine," xi. 

108 

" O come, all ye faithful," i. 10, 54 
' Oh ! the pilgrims of Zion," iii. 109, 176 
' Rock of Ages," Latin version, viii. 17 
" Sweet fields beyond the swelling flood," iii. 

489 

1 There is a land of pure delight," iv. 38 
" Veni, Creator," its authorship, iv. 89, 137, 

332 

Hymns by Isaac Watts, i. 508 
Hymn-writer, leper, i. 227, 297 
Hynmers (Benjamin), d. 1743, x. 410 ; xi. 76 
Hyphens after street names, iv. 449, 515 
Hypocrite, classical use of the word, vi. 28, 74, 173 
Hysker or Hesker islets, iv. 69, 136, 334 
Hytch (E. P.) on Lansdowne Passage, Berkeley 

Street, x. 249 

Hytch (F. J.) on Mrs. Beecher Stowe on Byron, 
xii. 370. Smallpox hospital in 1804, x. 232. 
' That Reminds Me,' ix. 294 



I 

/, why capitalized, ii. 288, 356 ; origin of the dot, 

301 ; printed with small letter, 357 
I and y, their use in English, -ii. 186, 316, 371 
I. on ejected priests, i. 9. Interment in graves 
belonging to other families, i. 9. Omega, an 
old contributor, i. 8 

I. (A.) on the Derby and the weather, xii. 8 
I. (C. J.) on Roman and Christian chronology, i. 86. 

Eliot (George), and blank verse, i. 14 
I. (D. C.) on clergyman as City Councillor, iii. 175. 

" I sit with my feet in a brook," iii. 498 
I. (J. A.) on Inglis pedigree, x. 370 
I. (J. H.) on Marlowe's birth, i. 491 
I. (S.) on Snodgrass as a surname, x. 52 
I. (W.) on King John's charters, i. 469 
I. (W. S.) on water-suchy, ix. 178 
I.H.C., its signification, iii. 194 
I.H.S., meaning of the abbreviation, ii. 106, 190, 

231 

lago (W.) on St. Mewbred, i. 377 
I'Anson (Bryan), his monumental inscription, iii. 

352 

I'Anson (Sir John), Bart., his death, ii. 485 
Ibague" on accentuation in English, i. 72. Child- 
birth folk-lore, i. 15. Rules of Christian life, 
ii. 335. Telegram, longest, ii. 125 
Ibbetson (R.) on Millar's ' Geography,' iii. 169 
Ibbotson (Samuel) = Anne Hyde, viii. 408 
Iberian inscriptions in Hibernia, i. 388, 455 
Ice, splitting fields of, iv. 325, 395, 454, 513 ; v. 
31, 77 ; vii. 114 ; John Keble on stars reflected 
in, xii. 289 

Iceland, Governors of, xii. 229, 458 
Icelandic dictionary, iv. 229, 331, 456 
Ichenhauser (R.) on St. Charles Borromeo, vi. 68 
Icknield Way, references ante 1500, ix. 88 ; 

in Hants and Wilts, x. 490 
Iconoclast, pseudonym of Charles Bradlaugh, v. 

191, 212, 274 
" Idean vine " in Scott's ' Lady of the Lake,' ix. 8, 

132 
Idle = mischievous, use of the word, ix. 350 ; x. 

12 

Idolatrous folk-lore in Brittany, viii. 409 
levers (Robert Henry), Westminster scholar, iv. 

107 
' Ignes Fatin,' Hudibrastic poem, published 1810, 

viii. 408 

Ignoramus on French wills, ix. 50 
Ikona, South African term, vi. 46, 96, 135 
Iktin, nominative form of the name, ii. 249, 316 
Hand, meaning of the word, ii. 348, 493; iii. 98, 

154, 432 

He, etymology of the word, iii. 98, 374, 432 
lies du Salut : Devil's Island, its history, viii. 

108, 175 

' Iliad,' black ewe in, v. 328, 373 
Illegitimacy in England and Ireland, ii. 168, 257, 

334 

Illuminati, Avignon Society of, vii. 386, 514 
Images, black, of the Madonna, iv. 305 
Imaginary or invented saints, i. 159, 333 
Imagination, Napoleon Bonaparte on, i. 488 
Imlay (Gilbert), his ' Emigrants,' 1793, x. 49 
Immanquable, French loan-word, xi. 145 
Immorality, proclamation at Quarter Sessions 

against, x. 209 
Immurement : of nuns alive, i. 50, 152, 217 ; in 

sea-walls, 288 
Imp, Lincoln, trinket in form of, iv. 530 
Imp = shoot grafted in, ii. 186 



140 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Impecuniosity, earliest use of the word, vii. 126 

Imperial phrases, vii. 348, 417 

Impey (Edward Harrington), Westminster scholar, 
iv. 127 

Impostors, religious, x. 405 

Imprisonment for crime, its origin, xii. 68 
' In God is all," motto, ix. 393, 438, 474 

" In vadiis," the phrase in 1525, vi. 450, 517 

Incached, meaning of the word, 1589, viii. 90, 235, 
273 

Incantation in ' Image in the Sands,' v. 246 

Incendiary, female, supposed crime, ii. 9 

Incense in post-Reformation times, i. 178 

Inches Volunteers, 1797-1800, MS. cash-book, 
viii. 224 

Incledon (Charles), and Bristol slavery anecdote, 
iii. 373, 464 ; iv. 92, 135 

Inconsiderative, use of the word in 1684, vii. 126 

Incubators, early, vii. 149, 218, 394 

Incut, bibliographical term, its meanings, xi. 188, 
256 

Inder family, viii. 507 

Inderwick (F. A.), K.C., F.S.A., his death, ii. 179 

Index, cross-references in, iii. 126 ; for lists 
in dictionary order, v. 406 ; "I care not who 
writes the book which has a good index," x. 
469 ; xi. 76, 194, 234, 255 

Index nominum et locorum to the ' D.N.B.,' viii. 
161 

Index of place-names, ix. 47, 114, 235 

Index Society and British Record Society, ii. 389 

Indexing, faults in, vi. 166 

India, T. L. Peacock and the Overland route, viii. 
121 ; first Englishman in, ix. 208, 254 ; owl 
folk-lore in, x. 327 ; surnames and cognomens 
in, xi. 166, 250 

Indian jugglery, books on, vi. 430, 516 

Indian kings, c. 1710, their names, iii. 449, 497 

Indian life in fiction, ii. 445 

Indian magic, x. 428, 495 

Indian Mutiny, and Nana Sahib, viii. 248, 316 ; 
Major Hodson, viii. 348, 414 ; ix. 12; Jubilee 
celebration at Albert Hall, ix. 2 

Indian sport, records of, i. 349, 397, 455 

Indian title, Raja-i-Rajgan, vii. 66 

Indiana on authors of quotations wanted, i. 297 

Indians, American, pudding made by, iv. 288 ; 
in poetry, vi. 209, 296, 337, 517 

Indies, West, Gordon of, iv. 108 

Infinitive, split, its growth, ii. 406 ; iii. 17, 51, 95, 
150, 210, 295 ; v. 280 ; in Milton, vi. 409, 473 ; 
vii. 33 

Influential, use of the word, ii. 24, 93 

Ingenuus, English equivalent of the word, vii. 
109 

Ingle (J. S.) on authors of quotations wanted, iii. 
469 

Ingleby or Ingilby (Sir Charles), 1644-1718, iii. 44 

Ingleby (Holcombe) on billycock, ix. 27. Con- 
traction, iii. 152. Corks, ii. 452. ' Direc- 
tions to Churchwardens,' iii. 264. Epitaph 
by Shakespeare, i. 126. " For a God Yow," 
iii. 389. Guardings, iii. 429. Heacham parish 
officers, ii. 247, 431. Holbeach Church, x. 
228. " Kick the bucket," i. 412. Larcin : 
Bevan, iii. 87. Ninths, iii. 389. Norfolk folk- 
songs, iii. 365. Parish clerks, men of family as, 
ix. 334. Parish records, eighteenth century, 
ix. 426. Prescriptions, i. 409 ; ii. 56. Prickle- 
bat, iii. 5. Prisoners' clothes as perquisites, 
iii. 369. Tasso and Milton, i. 202. Virginia 
and the Eastern Counties, vii. 412. Weather- 
head (William), x. 427 



Inglewood Forest, Roman town buried in, x. 269, 
317 

Inglis (A.) on Collop Monday, v. 413 

Inglis (General), of Lucknow, his representatives, 
vi. 387 

Inglis family pedigree, x. 370 

Ingoldsby, parody on 'Poor Dog Tray,' vii. 14, 
137. See also Barham. 

Ingram (James), President of Trinity College, 
Oxford, xi. 429 ; xii. 11 

Ingram (John H.) on William Collins, the poet, 
vi. 256. Poe : a supposed poem, i. 145. 
Screaming skull, iv. 252. West (William 
Edward), iv. 327 

Ingram and Lingen families, ii. 487 

Ingram sale, 1806, vi. 408 

Ingress Abbey, Greenhithe, its history, iii- 315 

Initial letters instead of words, ix. 126, 174; 
x. 176, 258, 416 

Inkle, meaning of the word, x. 186, 235 

Inman (J. E.), his ' Le Premier Grenadier des 
Armies de la R^publique,' i. 385 

Inmatecy, use of the word, 1807, viii. 187 

Inn, Angel of, meaning of the* term, ix. 488 ; x. 
14,55,95,135 

Inn Signs. See Tavern Signs. 

Innes (J. H.) on Black Dog Alley, Westminster, 
ii. 174. Inns of Court, married members, i. 
488. ' New Amsterdam,' i. 161 

Inmskilling : Enniskilling, spelling of the name, 
vii. 269 

Inns, London coaching, 1680, viii. 1 

Inns of Court, minor, their Admission Registers, 
viii. 428 ; ix. 114 

Innsbruck, Golden Roof at : its history, v. 89, 136 

Inoculation and vaccination, ii. 27, 132, 216, 313, 
394, 456, 513 

Inquirer on admirable, vi. 329. " Back to the 
land," xii. 327. Bartolozzi, i. 289. Bede's 
translation of Fourth Gospel, viii. 130. Camoys 
(Thomas, fourth Lord), xi. 108. Carlyle on 
religion, vi. 470. Coherer, early use of the word, 
xii. 88. Geneva and Calvin, xii. 67. Hoek 
van Holland, vii. 188. Perks (Thomas), v. 
169. Slavery in England, vii. 149 

Inquisition and Jews, c. 1680, x. 288 

Inquisitor on Lady Chapels, x. 289 

Inscriptions : on statue of James II., i. 67, 137 ; 
near Bowden Parish Church, 85 ; on museum at 
Christchurch, New Zealand, 268 ; on public 
buildings, 448, 516 ; Norman, in Yorkshire, 
iii. 349, 397, 476; iv. 16; Baskish, in New- 
foundland, v. 328, 513 ; in uncials on tablet at 
Bath, viii. 95 ; their preservation, 201, 275, 
433 ; Hebrew, on seals, ix. 110 ; Roman, 
concerning Corbridge, 249, 311 ; Greek, on 
sundial, 289, 518 ; Roman, at Baveno, x. 107, 
193, 296 ; over hall door, 506 ; on watch, 506 

Inscriptions: 

Bellagio, Italy, vii. 164 ; xi. 325 

Cadenabbia, Italy, vi. 446 

Constance Cathedral, vi. 69, 117, 173 

Cyprus,, vi. 302 

Figueira da Foz, iv. 147 

Florence, ix. 224, 443 ; x. 24, 223, 324, 463 

Gatton, vi. 8, 57, 172 

Hibernia, i. 388, 455 

Italy, Southern, vi. 406 

Jerusalem, xi. 25, 163 

Kingston, Jamaica, xii. 105 

Las Palmas, i. 482 



TENTH SEBIES. 



141 



Inscriptions : 

Lucerne, v. 466 ; vi. 124, 195 

Milan, vi. 4 

Naples, viii. 62, 161, 242, 362, 423 ; xi. 343 ; 

xii. 303, 362 

Orotava, Tenerife, i. 361, 455 
Petit Saconnex, Geneva, xii. 183 
San Sebastian, iii. 361, 433 ; v. 385 
Santa Cruz, Tenerife, i. 442 
Insect names in Scotland, xii. 245 
Intake : " Jenion's Intake," near Chester, i. 407, 

477 
' Intellect and Valour of Great Britain,' key to 

print, x. 129 

Intellectual harvest, late in life, i. 469 ; ii. 54 
* Intelligence,' J.Macock, 1666, newspaper, vii. 348 
Interest, Ruskin on, xi. 209 
Interment in graves belonging to other families, 

i. 9 

Interments, clerical, x. 148, 233 
International copyright, early instance, ix. 147 
Interrogation mark, its origin, ii. 301 
* Into Thy Hands, O Lord,' oil painting by Mr. 

Briton Riviere, viii. 330, 396 
Invalids, Company of, their records, v. 489 ; 

vi. 38 

Inventories, seventeenth-century, ix. 53 
Inventories and stocktaking in antiquity, v. 168 
Inventories of City churches, c. 1667-8, viii. 389 
Inventory, Lincoln ecclesiastical, iii. 388, 435 
Inverness bibliography, xii. 227, 318, 398 
Invitation cards, wedding, early printed, iv. 308 
lona Cathedral, its restoration, ii. 47 
Ions (F.) his caricatures of Lieut. -Governor 

Stockenstrom, vi. 347 
Iota on prayer for twins, iii. 428 
Jpse on possessive case of nouns ending in s, 

viii. 107 
Ipswich, inscription in St. Margaret's Church, i. 

368, 431 B 

Ipswich Appentice Books, i. 41, 111 
Iredale (Mary), The Maid of the Mill, x. 350 
Ireland (William Henry), his ' Modern Ship of 

Fools,' xi. 429 
Ireland, Iberian inscriptions in, i. 388, 455 ; 

officers of State in, iv. 149, 214, 314 ; English 

army in, 1630-40, 489 ; Sir Walter Scott in, 

v. 7 ; death-birds in, v. Ill, 158, 215 ; vi. 117, 

156, 173 ; Langtry estate in, vii. 128, 198 ; 

under the Tudors, viii. 29, 93 ; English 

regiments in, 1820-30, 30 ; expeditions to, 

1573-98, ix. 190, 277, 334 ; Viceroy of, official 

authority for title, 210, 332 ; its strategic 

position, xii. 187 ; Hearth Money Roll of 1666, 

308 
Ireni Jacobi Fanny Jessop Cavendish de Rienzi 

Selina Anna Susannah Skelton Peter, child 

named, i. 171 
Ireton (Henry), of Gray's Inn, 1670, his biography, 

xi. 369 

Ireton (John), Lord Mayor, 1658-9, his marriage, 

xi. 369 

Irish, Spanish stories in, xi. 368, 418 
Irish at Cherbourg in 1429, iii. 368 
Irish air, ' Girl I left behind Me,' xi. 246 
Irish bog butter, v. 308, 353, 416, 496 
Irish Brigade, its history, iv. 87 
Irish curses, xi. 45 

Irish custom on Christmas Eve, xi. 45 
Irish ejaculatory prayers, i. 249, 337, 492 
Irish epitaph in Kilkeel Churchyard, iii. 24 
Irish folk-lore, iii. 204, 313, 357 



Irish girl and Barbary pirates, poem on, vii. 460 ; 

viii. 13 

Irish historical and artistic relics, i. 206 
Irish House of Commons, Speakers, 1660-17A , 

i. 227, 293 

Irish land belonging to an English benefice, vi. 166 
Irish maypoles, iv. 469 
Irish Michaelmas custom, ii. 347, 431 
Irish Nationalists, Swinburne on, xii. 350, 412, 47- 
Irish Parliament, history of, viii. 190 
Irish pedigrees, viii. 29, 93 
Irish potato rings, iii. 149 

Irish-printed medical books ante 1700, xi. 428 
Irish-printed plays, i. 84 
Irish Rebellion, 1798, its historians, viii. 69 ; 

Crotty executed, ix.510; x. 117 
Irish soil exported, iii. 328, 394 ; iv. 113 
Irish song : Langolee, ix. 129, 257, 374, 473 
Irish stage, Dean Swift and, iii. 265 
" Irish Stocke," 1631, v. 249, 297, 374 
Irish surnames, their pronunciation, i. 125 ; 

Mac or O before, iii. 15 ; x. 354, 417 
Irish version of " De Mortuis," ix. 388, 455 
Irish watchman, picture and lines, iv. 506 
Irish weather rime, iv. 406 
Irish Yeomanry, 1798, ix. 290 
Iron, picking up scraps of, iii. 348, 397 ; in 

Homer, vii. 39, 141 

Iron manufacture, use of bloom in, viii. 26 
Ironmongers' Company, its history and alms- 
houses, vi. 263 
Irun, Spain, etymology of place-name, v. 470 ; vi. 

13 

' Irus,' supposed play by Shakespeare, i. 349 
Irvine (W.), his * History of the Irvine Family, 

v. 328 
Irvine (W.) on Charles Mason, Royalist divine, 

iii. 388 
Irving (Dr. David), his ' History of Scotish 

Poetry,' i. 325 
Irving (Edward and Henry), W. C. Hazlitt on, vi. 

147 

Irving (G.) on High Peak words, iii. 35 
Irving (Washington), his ' Salmagundi,' v. 288 
Irwin (Beatrice H.) on History of the Irvine 

Family,' v. 328 
-is and -es in Scottish proper names, x. 486 ; xi. 

37 

Isaacs (A. L.) on Bruges, xi. 74 
Isaacson (James), M.P. for Banbury, xi. 387 ; 

xii. 18, 94 
Isabel (Plantagenet), Countess of Essex and fcu, 

her descendants, vi. 407, 508 ; vii. 147 
Isabelline as a colour, i. 487 ; ii. 75, 253, 375, 477, 

537 ; iii. 92 

Isca and related British names, their interpreta- 
tion, vii. 363 

Iseult, pronunciation of the name, vi. 404 
Isham family, vii. 265, 418 . 

Isherwood (C.) on Samuel Butler, iii. 168. Twitchel, 

iii. 289 

Ising-glass, earliest use of the word, x. 346, 411 
Isinglass used in windows, xi. 28 
Isle of Man, blown about by the winds, v. 1^> *> 

Mount Murray, place-name, 166, 299 ; and 

Countess of Derby, 1651, vii. 9, 73 
Isle of Wight, ' The Christmas Boys ' in, vi. 481 ; 

vii. 30 
Isles family, derivation of the name, vii. 450 ; viii. 

17, 112 ' 
Islington, burial-ground in Church Row, ii. 394 

Eslyngton, variant of, vii. 29, 93 
Islington parish registers, xi. 169 



142 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Isolde and Tristan, vii. 50, 150 

Ispahan, Pied Piper in, ix. 348 ; x. 57 

Ita Tester on ' Beyond the Church,' iii. 205. Brig- 
stocke (Owen), ii. 86. " Poor Allinda's growing 
old," ii. 64. Steinman (George Steinman), ii. 
88, 350 

Italian, early glossary wanted, iii. 447 

Italian artists, modern, ii. 468 ; iii. 38 

Italian genealogy, x. 449 ; xi. 14, 73 

Italian initial h, ii. 107, 352 

Italian literature, early, xi. 497 

Italian proverb : " Una mano lava 1'altra," ix. 
329, 418, 493 

Italian scholar hoaxed, ii. 367 

Italian songs, v. 429 

Italiano on flying machine in 1751, xii. 238 

Italy, English graves in, ii. 307, 352 ; a "geo- 
graphical expression," iv. 249, 330 ; astrology in, 
v. 148 ; inscriptions in, vi. 4, 406, 446 ; evil- 
eye superstitions in, ix. 145, 216 ; Latin 
inscription near Siena, x. 209 

Ithamar, girl's name, its origin, iv. 387, 438, 516 

Ito, Jewish territorial association, its history, vi. 
461 ; vii. 12, 93, 173 

Iver, Bucks, place-name, its derivation, vi. 450 ; 
vii. 292 ; viii. 77 

Iverach, its pronunciation, x. 468 

Ivery : " the Ivery," Wiltshire local name, xi. 
385 ; xii. 152 

Ivorine, writing on, v. 228 

Ivy, the oak, and the ash, i. 35 

Ivy House, Brixton, and Queen Elizabeth, x. 
348, 411 

Ivy Lane, Strand, its history, v. 81, 136, 175, 254 ; 
vii. 414 

Ixion on heraldry, xi. 197 

Ixtlilxochitl and other Aztec names, vii. 325 

Izard (Ralph and Walter), Westminster scholars, 
iv. 47, 237 



J. on curious Christian names, i. 171 

J. (C.) on arms of Roman Catholic Bishops, x. 
458. ' Complete Peerage,' xii. 177. Gaol litera- 
ture, xi. 512. Portions : pensions, x. 358 

J. (Ca.) on Gilbert Imlay's c Emigrants,' x. 49 

J. (C. S.) on " Old Highlander," vii. 92. ' Nun, 
The,' xii. 55. Ruby wedding, xii. 55 

J. (C. T.) on Goethe, v. 270 

J. (D.) on Acts xxix., lost chapter, vi. 9. Byron 
on the Prince Regent, vi. 165. Dickens and 
the Temperance meeting, xii. 427. Dickens's 
Bastille prisoner, xi. 8. Dublin MS., vii. 509. 
Epitaphiana, xi. 504. Flying machine in 1751, xi. 
145 ; xii. 171. Hamill (Major) of Capri, vii. 27. 
Maimonides, xi. 329. Marie Antoinette's death 
mask, xi. 417. Monaco (Prince of), vii. 125, 
244 ; his letters, viii. 83. Nimbus, its signifi- 
cance, xii. 110. November 5 : Guy Fawkes 
celebrations, x. 434. Oliphant (Laurence) and 
his wives, xii. 244. Ossian, vi. 336. ' Pen- 
rose's Journal ' : turtle-riding, vii. 148. Pie : 
tart, viii. 494. " Saracen's Head," Snow Hill, 
xii. 132. Shakespeare : remarkable folio, v. 
427. Shakespeare Visitors' Book, x. 429. 
Shakespeare's Sonnets, their dedication, xii. 
265. Sheridan (R. B.), unprinted verses, vi. 
127. Ships' periodicals, xii. 54. Southcott 
(Joanna), her passports, x. 405 

J. (D. M.) on Friendly Brothers of St. Patrick, x. 
308. Garibaldi, iv. 235. Messianic medal, 
iii. 489. Wheel as symbol of religion, iv. 250 

J. (E. W.) on stake in racing, viii. 270 



J. (F. C.) on authors of quotations wanted, x. 168- 

Pompadour (Madame de), her library, i. 445 
J. (F. M.) on copper coins and tokens, i. 248* 
Sweden, King of, on balance of power, ii. 8^ 
Wesley (John) and gardens, i. 349 
J. (G.H.) on authors of quotations wanted, vii. 232^ 
Constantino's Column at Constantinople, vi. 450- 
Quotations wanted, vi. 449 
J. (J. H.) on " Scole Inn," Norfolk, i. 454 
J. (L.) on Sir Matthew de Renzi, x. 369 
J. (M.) on Winstanley's birthplace, ix. 469 
J. (P.) on Eton House, Kent, viii. 290 
J. (W.) on American Order of the Dragon, ii. 

347. Local records, iv. 57. 

J. (W. C.) on arms wanted, vii. 228. Current 
slang, vi. 247. Erskine (David), buried at 
Elba, iii. 407. French words in Scotch, ix. 
450. London remains, viii. 337. Mill at Gos- 
port, Hants, x. 118. Mirage, vii. 495. Sema- 
phore signalling, xi. 168. Tottenham Church- 
yard, Middlesex, viii. 247, 437. Walcheren, 
xi. 509 
J. (W. H.) on Audience Meadow, ii. 208, 467. 

' Tom Moody,' ii. 228 
J. (W. W.) on Rev. Dr. G. D'Oyly, i. 448 
J.P. and M.A., question of precedence, ii. 408 
Jacinth on black and yellow, Devil's colours* 

iv. 10 

Jack and Jill, conundrum, iii. 450 ; iv. 13, 93, 153 
Jack-bar or bijou, i. 456 
Jack-knives given to ugly men, xii. 508 
Jackson (Sir Anthony), his English descendants, 

ii. 529 

Jackson (Daniel), picture -buyer, vi. 448 
Jackson (E.) on Collins, i. 329 
Jackson (F. M.), his death, iv. 60. On Miss Lewen 

and Wesley, i. 218. Rankin (Thomas), i. 366 
Jackson (Lodowicke), c. 1666, his biography, 

viii. 388 

Jackson and Law families, xii. 48 
Jackson family, x. 328 
Jacob (E.) on American yarn, ii. 251 
Jacobean houses in Fleet Street, iii. 206, 250, 315 
Jacobin = Jacobite, use of the word, ix. 368 
Jacobin and Jacobite, their differing origins, i. 15 
Jacobin soup, explanation of the term, ii. 146 
Jacobite rebels, transported to America, iv. 66 j 
Highlanders barbadosed, viii. 68, 135, 176, 235, 
317 

Jacobite verses on the Georges, ii. 288, 349, 417 
Jacobite wineglasses, i. 204, 293, 392 
Jacobsen (Sir Jacob) and South Sea " Bubble," xii. 

247, 413 
Jag, meanings of the word, viii. 5, 113, 294, 372, 

475, 493, 

Jager, military term, xi. 189, 256, 277, 497 
Jaggard (W.) on Academy of the Muses, iv. 54 
American emigrants, vi. 136. Auld (G.), ix. 
138. Authors of quotations, ix. 192. Auto- 
chrome, viii. 426. Bananas, ii. 476. Biblio- 
graphy of publishing, ii. 11 ; v. 361. Bidding 
Prayer, viii. 295. Birds as architects, ix. 66, 
Bishop, first, to marry, x. 475. Bombay, 
life in, ix. 116. ' Book -Prices Current ' Index r 
viii. 366. Book-trade terms, v. 69. ' British 
Biography,' ix. 98. Carnegie : its pronuncia- 
tion, iv. 52. Cemetery consecration, vii. 490 ? 
viii. 153. Charles I.'s waistcoat, ix. 226. 
' Children of the Chapel,' i. 459 ; vii. 378. Coke 
or Cook ? iii. 430. Collectioner, i. 28. Cox's 
' History of Warwickshire,' v. 372. Cricket 
pictures and engravings, v. 54. Cricket 
report, earliest, viii. 75. " Cuttwoorkes," ii. 149, 



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143 



' Dandies' Ball,' ix. 217. Dead animals ex- 
posed on trees, xi. 518. ' Diaboliad,' by 
Combe, xii. 14. ' D.N.B. Epitome,' ix. 21, 83, 
211, 397 ; x. 183, 282 ; xii. 24, 124, 262, 393. 
Dowty (Aiglen), ix. 274. Dry, as applied to 
spirituous liquors, viii. 371. Elizabethan 
library, xi. 407. Ensor (Anne), vi. 253. Essay, 
iii. 294. Fleet Street, No. 7, viii. 351. Gaol 
literature, xi. 511. Gastrell and Shakespeare's 
home, iv. 47. German life, xi. 498. Greek 
and English poetry compared, ix. 494. Har- 
bours, xi. 452. Heraldic mottoes, iii. 92. 
Holborn, v. 295. Hoppner's untraced por- 
traits, ix. 53. Horse, manuscript, xi. 329. 
Huntingdon (Countess of) at Highgate, iv. 333. 
Incut, xi. 257. Index saying, x. 469. In- 
scriptions on public buildings, i. 516. Intel- 
lectual harvest, late, ii. 54. "It is the Mass 
that matters," xi. 192. Jaggard, East Anglian 
family, i. 489. Jaggard-printed books, i. 506. 
Jones = Francis, xi. 238. Liverpool: its arms, 
xi. 213 ; its etymology, 391. ' Love-a-la- 
Mode,' x. 490. Lowe and Wright, viii. 33. 
JLucas families, iii. 233. Lucy (Sir Thomas), 
viii. 74. Man (Isle of ) and the Countess of Derby, 
vii. 73. Marriage in a shift, vi. 199. Mellycaton: 
musk - million, vi. 338. ' Me"moires de St. 
P^tersbourg,' v. 271. Mirage, vii. 453. Nine 
men's morris, vi. 214. ' Notes and Queries ' 
Commemoration, xii. 167, 251. ' Notes on the 
Book of Genesis,' iii. 97. Number-men, iii. 66. 
' O for a booke," iv. 229. Parish clerk, ii. 216, 
373. Parish documents, ii. 331. Paste, i. 477, 
510. Paul's Alley in 1601, xi. 266. Pawnshop, 
earliest use, ii. 354 ; vii. 514. Photography, 
iv. 490 ; v. 37. Pictures, famous, as signs, 
iv. 218. Pictures of ' Julius Caesar ' and 
' Romeo and Juliet,' iv. 234. ' Pictures of the 
Old and New Testaments,' iv. 57. Pinto (Men- 
dez), xi. 76. Place, vi. 151. Poems on 
Shakespeare, i. 472. Pot-gallery, its meaning, 
vii. 431. Pot-hooks and hangers, vii. 432. 
Prescriptions, i. 454. Prisoner suckled by his 
daughter, iv. 432. Privet : Benny, ix. 197. 
Publishers' Catalogues, ii. 50. Radiogram : 
radiographic, viii. 247. Raleigh's ' Historic 
of the World,' iii. 275. Roads, book on, ix. 295. 
Rowe's ' Shakespeare,' vii. 118. St. Dunstan's- 
in-the-West, xii. 278. Scribblers, irresponsible, 
ii. 136. Scrope - Grosvenor controversy, vi. 
328. Seventeenth -century travelling, ix. 107. 
Shakespeare autograph, ii. 248. Shakespeare 
edited by Scott, vii. 428. Shakespeare in 
French, xi. 213. Shakespeare Memorial, ix. 332. 
Shakespeare Visitors' Books, x. 478. Shake- 
speare's plays, their sub-titles, vi. 471. 
Shakespeare's residence New Place, vii. 156. 
Shaw (Stebbing), Staffordshire MSS., viii. 116. 
Ships' periodicals, xi. 455. ' Short Explica- 
tion ' of musical terms, vii. 454. Shropshire 
and Montgomeryshire manors, ii. 256. Smoking 
and blind men, ix. 355. Sponges, xii. 438. 
Spring-heeled Jack, vii. 395. Stammering, 
x. 418. Surnames in -eng, x. 497. " Tailed " 
in Fuller, xii. 398. " Tell me, my Cicely, why 
so coy," ii. 428. ' That Reminds Me,' ix. 109. 
Twopenny for head, iv. 217. Watchet, its 
meaning, xi. 458. Willow-pattern china, ix. 
437. Wiltshire naturalist, c. 1780, ii. 291. 
Windmills in Sussex, vii. 214. Z : name of 
the letter, x. 197 

Jaggard family, i. 489 

Jaggard-printed books, i. 506 



Jaggery, ingredient of mortar, iii. 35, 76, 114, 173 , 

372 ' 

Jago (F. W. P.) on Cornish lexicology, i. 326 
Jamaica, Admiral Benbow's grave at Kingston, 
vii. 7, 116 ; Jewish inscriptions at Kingston, 
xii. 105 

Jamaica newspaper, early, i. 169 
Jamaica records, viii. 29, 274, 377, 478 ; ix. 415 
James I. of Scotland, his daughters, i. 507 ; ii. 55 ; 

as a poet, iv. 368, 476 
James IV. of Scotland, his burial-place, xii. 249, 

316 

James V. of Scotland as a poet, iv. 368, 476 
James I., " God's silly vassal," i. 17 ; his Privy 
Councillors, 131 ; his College at Chelsea, 
v. 135; his parentage, ix. 74 ; and Sir W. 
Pope's baby girl, 347 ; and the poet Du Bartas, 
x. 262 ; and three ravens, xii. 448 
James II., inscription on his statue, i. 67, 137 ; 
iii. 15, 57 ; medal issued by, 329, 376 ; his last 
words, xii. 210, 258 
James (Anna) = Henry Paulett St. John, R.N., vi. 

48 
James (Rev. E. B.), his letters on the Isle of Wight, 

i. 334 
James (John), architect, d. 1746, his biography, 

viii. 5 

James (John), architect, c. 1767, ix. 127 
James (J. L.) on Twyford Abbey, v. 430 
James (M. R.) on a Dowsing- Jessop forgery, 

v. 421 
James (Roger), Fellow of Winchester College, ii. 

45, 116 

James (T. A.) on Vachell, xii. 48 
James (V. W.) on Charles I. medallion, xii. 448 
James (Sir W. Milbourne), his burial-place, ix. 169 
James University, its identification, 1652, v. 47, 

92, 135 

' Jan Kees " and Yankees, iv. 509 ; v. 15, 111 
Janau (E.) on shutters, ix. 295 
Janes (Mr.), of Aberdeenshire, naturalist, ii. 54, 

155 

Janice, old English form of Jane, v. 287 
Janion (C.) on " Jenion's Intack," i. 407 
Janssen (Sir Theodore), c. 1708, xii. 208, 398 
Janssens (H.) and Van Bassen, oil painting by, 

c. 1660, v. 129 
January weather-lore, i. 65 

Japan, wooing staff in, ii. 504 ; stealing no crime 
in, 509 ; its antiquity, iii. 149, 414 ; Moham- 
medanism in, vii. 167 
Japanese in seventeenth century, ii. 86 
Japanese and Russians, language of official and 

private communications, iii. 347, 417 
Japanese arrow-breaking story, viii. 25 
Japanese crab and moon folk-lore, viii. 186 
Japanese customs on New Year's Day, i. 25 
Japanese date plum, its markings, i. 212 
Japanese flying machines, c. 1789, xi. 426 
Japanese ghosts, i. 176 
Japanese life-star folk-lore, viii. 34 
Japanese lyrics, v. 429, 474 ; vi. 517 ; viii. 34 
Japanese master of lies, i. 485 
Japanese monkeys, i. 334 
Japanese moon legends, xi. 112 
Japanese names, their pronunciation, i. 187, 238 
Japanese owl story, x. 409 
Japanese playing cards, i. 29, 75 
Japanese sea folk-lore, xi. 489 
Japanese story of an ungrateful son, ix. 466 
Japanese story of the living dead, xii. 366 
Japanese weddings, glass -breaking at, i. 195 
Jarley (Mrs.), her famous waxworks, ix. 325 



144 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Jarrett (F. ) on architecture in old times, i. 334. 
Arnold (Matthew) on pigeons, x. 198. Authors 
of quotations wanted, x. 173 ; xii. 396. Clerical 
costume, vi. 406. Colenso (Bishop), iii. 251. 
Fairchild (Hamlet), viii. 436. Fast = short of, 
ix. 432. Gaol literature, xi. 511. Jukes 
(Andrew), vii. 96. Legislation against pro- 
fanity, viii. 269. Longfellow, ii. 148 ; vii. 263. 
Parish documents, ii. 414. " Peter out," ix. 
369. Private, ix. 336. Prize : its history, 
ix. 137. S, its long and short forms, viii. 372. 
Sabbath changed at the Exodus, ix. 15. St. 
George : George as a Christian name, vii. 455. 
Sargent (Henry Martyn), ix. 276. Shorthouse 
y. H.) on 'John Inglesant,' x. 246. Splitting 
fields of ice, jv. 513 ; v. 77 ; vii. 114. Suck- 
bottle : feeding-bottle, viii. 355. Tennyson 
concordances, xi. 353, 513. " Tha' woodin 
image," xi. 517. Umbrella, early instance, vii. 
267 
Jast (L. S.) on " May virtue all thy paths attend," 

iii. 109. ' Sign of the Cleft,' vii. 47 
Jay (Cyrus), his biography, xii. 485 
Jay (Miss Isabel), her biography, vi. 502 
Jay (Dr. John), his family, and Madame Vestris, 

vii. 293 ; xii. 138, 498 
Jay (W.), preacher, xii. 444, 485 
Jay family, gifted musicians, vi. 441, 502 
Je. (Ca.) on samplers in France, viii. 428 
Jealousy in seventeenth-century story, viii. 369, 

436 

Jealousy, water of, Oriental story, i. 147 
Jeanne d'Arc. See Joan of Arc. 
Jeans (John), of Aberdeen, mineralogist, ii. 55, 155 
Jeer, derivation of the word, i. 70 
Jeffereys (Capt. James), iv. 404, 496 ; his widow's 

heroism, v. 211 
Jefferies (Richard), his ' Story of my Heart,' 

xi. 130 ; Club named after him, 410 
Jefferson ( Elizabeth ) = Lieut. John Pigott, v. 308 
Jefferson (J. D.) on France and civilization, ii. 13 
Jefferson (Robert), of Westward, Cumberland, vii. 

508 

Jefferyes (Capt. James). See JeQereys. 
Jeffrey (Francis), and Thomas Moore, their duel, 

vi. 224 

Jeffreys (Judge), his house in Westminster, xii. 385 
Jem the Penman, forger, his biography, viii. 410, 

512 ; ix. 56 

c Jenetta Norweb,' its history, iv. 389, 437 
' Jenion's Intake," near Chester, i. 407, 477 
Jenkins (C. L.) on author of quotation wanted, iii. 

269 
Jenkins (H. T.) on North Devon May Day custom, 

i. 406 

Jenkins (R.) on copying letters, v. 351. Mechani- 
cal road carriages, xii. 158. Rabbards (Ralph), 
iii. 389 

Jenkins's ear, war of, i. 288 
Jenkinson (John), his marriage in 1701, ii. 328 
Jenkyn, Little John, &c., in Cornish play, v. 109, 

155, 195 

Jennens, Jennings, or Jerningham family, xii. 449 
Jennings (John), his will, 1586, xii. 224, 355 
Jennings (P.) on " Cala rag whethow," xii. 78. 
Carlyle's ' French Revolution,' ix. 157. Carn- 
marth : Lannarth, x. 252. " County of Corn- 
wall and Nowhere," vii. 194. Hair becoming 
suddenly white, xi. 433. c Home, Sweet 
Home,' v. 367. Loaf, hollow, foretelling death, 
xii. 88. Love in phantastick triumph sat," 
iv. 132. Newljn colony of artists, x. 246. 
Pillion : flails, vii. 497. Quotations wanted, i 



v. 316. St. la, x. 235. Tintagel : its pro- 
nunciation, x. 195. ' Village Blacksmith r 
parodied, xi. 193 

Jennings (William), his will, 1558, xii. 224, 355 
Jennings family, iii. 308, 393 

Jennings family and Jarndyce v. Jarndyce, v. 166 
Jennings family of Soddylt Hall, c. 1690, iv. 47 
Jephson and Pym families, xi. 128 
Jerdan (C.) on " Noli altum sapere," xii. 358 
Jericho. See Rose of Jericho. 

Jermyn on John Allin, ix. 389. Jacques Babin r 

ex -noble, x. 428. Hamden (Elizabeth), vi. 

210. Jerningham, Jennens, or Jennings family, 

xii. 449. Straff ord (Earl of), his letters, ix. 249 

Jerome, quotation from, xii. 209 

Jerram (C. S.) on ' Alonzo the Brave,' viii. 169, 

Authors of quotations wanted, vii. 254. Easter 

woods, iv. 217. Edinburgh : its name, x. 473. 

Epitaph in Courteenhall Church, vi. 396. 

Fame, v. 117. Glowworm or firefly, i. 193. 

' His end was peace," x. 517. Iktin, ii. 316. 

Macnab legend, xi. 493. May Morning at 

Magdalen, v. 413. Milton : portrait as a boy, 

x. 508. 'Missal, The,' iv. 138. N, liquid, in 

English, xi. 251. Nursery rime, ix. 478. Ply, 

iv. 110. Pony = crib, vi. 232. Proverbs in the 

W T averley Novels, i. 455. "Purple patch," i. 

510. Rime v. rhyme, vi. 132. ' Ritualist's 

Progress,' vi. 173. Tideswell and Tideslow, ii. 

95. Tradagh = Drogheda, vii. 392. Virgil or 

Vergil ? iv. 309. Ward surname, vii. 109. 

Welsh poems, iv. 516. Windmills in Sussex, 

vii. 413. Worksop epitaphs, xi. 112. Wy 

in Hampshire, viii. 158 

Jerram ( J. R. ) on Pharos at Dover Castle, vi. 289 
Jerrold (C.) on Mantegna's house, iv. 87 
Jerrold (Douglas), his portraits, iv. 428 ; his 
works, vii. 226, 515 ; his ' Bride of Ludgate/ 
ix. 206 

Jerrold (Walter) on anon, v. 454. Coleridge's 
' Wanderings of Cain,' vi. 386. Dickens and 
Thackeray, iii. 73, 196. Dickens or Wilkie 
Collins ? iii. 278. " Dogmatism is puppyism 
full grown," iii. 94. Harold (Edmund, Baron 
de), xii. 108. Hood (Thomas), ii. 67 ; and 
Douglas Jerrold, iv. 428. " I had three sisters,' 7 
xii. 94. " Peccavi " : "I have Sindh," viii. 
473. Reynolds (John Hamilton), vi. 190. 
' Taxatio Ecclesiastica Nicholai IV.,' xii. 107. 
Tiger folk-lore and Pope, x. 135. Tote, ii. 255. 
William the Conqueror and Barking, xii. 77. 
Windows from Church at Trier, xii. 156 
Jersey wheel defined, ii. 208, 274 
Jerusalem, Doomsday bell at, ix. 169, 312 v 

inscriptions in cemetery, xi. 25, 163 
' Jerusalem " Coffee House, 1780-90, ix. 70 
Jerusalem Court, Fleet Street, vii. 29, 137 
Jervis family of Birmingham, v. 149, 197 
Jervis-Read (H. V.) on heraldic, v. 408. Jervis 
family of Birmingham, v. 149. Read family,, 
v. 248 

Jessamy bride, meaning of the term, i. 310 
Jessel (F.) on G. Auld, ix. 89. Bridge, its deriva- 
tion, i. 250. Corks, ii. 392. Crockford's, v. 12. 
Davies (Black), xii. 37. ' Edward and Ellen,' 
iv. 47. Euchre, i. 13, 116. Grin (Geoffrey), 
Gent., iv. 428. Hoyle (Edmond), ii. 536. 
Japanese cards, i. 75. Jesso earthenware, ii. 
288, 537. Monaghan press, vii. 188. Packs 
of sixty cards, iv. 28. Patience card game, i. 
268. Pitts (J.), printer, iv. 469. Spurgeon on 
Monte Carlo, xii. 308. Tarot cards, v. 452. 
Trump as a card term, v. 239 



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145 



Jesson (T.) on Johnsons at Walsall, xii. 126 
Jessop -Dowsing forgery, v. 421 
' Jessy " or Cheshire cat in America, i. 365 
Jesuit, first English, viii. 190, 437 
Jesuits at Mediolanum, 1685, x. 309, 374, 437 
Jesus. See Christ. 
Jesus, a form of Joshua, i. 428, 490 
Jesus House, Worksop, its history, xii. 269 
Jeudy-Dugour (M.), 'Histoire de Cromwel,' 1793, 

ix. 210 

Jevons (F. B.), his ' History of Greek Literature,' 
i. 447, 476 ; date of Euripides, 476 ; and 
"Defixionum Tabellse," xi. 186, 276 
Jew King, his identification, ix. 428, 472 
Jewel, English Crown, named " three brothers," 

iii. 429, 494 

Jewellery, metal, of Charles I., xii. 428 
Jewers (A. J.) on right to arms, vi. 51 
Jewesses, in fiction, xi. 169, 254, 316, 394, 458 ; 

xii. 118 ; famous, xi. 268 
Jewish inscriptions at Kingston, Jamaica, xii. 

105 

Jewish juror, first, vi. 346 
Jewish parallel to " An old woman went to 

market," ii. 502 
Jewish queries, ix. 387, 478 

Jewitt (W. H.) on authors of quotations wanted, 
xii. 355. Bosting : its meaning, xii. 193. 
Crozier (Robert), Manchester artist, xii. 355. 
croose with one leg, xi. 438. Parliament Hill, 
xii. 173. Pestall (Col.), xii. 94. Rowan Tree 
Witch Day, xii. 296. St. Mary the Egyptian, 
xi. 391 

Jews, fables as to child -murder by, i. 15 ; their 
cemetery hi ancient London, 70, 295, 457 ; in 
London circa 1660, 124 ; and the stage, 449 ; 
and printing, ii. 184 ; and Itoland, vii. 12, 93, 
173 ; and Yiddish language, ix. 267 ; and the 
Inquisition, c. 1680, x. 288 ; in fiction, xi. 
169, 254, 316, 394, 458 ; xii. 118 ; in England, 
xii. 185 

Jezebel, English Queen as, xi. 341, 458 
Jiggery-pokery, use of the term, iv. 166, 232 
Jingles, casting-out, ix. 369 
Jirgah, Persian term, its etymology, ix. 427, 472 ; 

x. 36 
" Jnay Daultre," round medallion of Virgin, 

x. 329 

Jno. =John, its origin, ii. 301 
Joan, daughter of James I. of Scotland, i. 507 
Joan d'Arc, French memorials of, vii. 447 ; her 

armour, xii. 187 

Joanna and the Westmorland hills, xii. 210, 258 
Joannes v. Johannes, ii. 189, 274, 355, 477 
Jocko, derivation of the word, ii. 440 
Jockteleg and John of Liege, celebrated cutler, iii. 

65, 495 ; iv. 94 

Jode (Gerarde), artist, his biography, i. 288 
Jode (W. L.) on Mr. Chamberlain and R. Burton, 
vii. 208. Jode (Gerarde), i. 288. Surrey Gar- 
dens, ix. 490 

* Joe Gurr," slang term for prison, i. 386, 457 
John (King), places in his charters, i. 469, 512 ; 
ii. 57, 134 ; poisoned by a toad, iv. 168, 256, 
492 ; his baggage lost crossing the Wash, v. 
469 
John III. (Sobieski), King of Poland, descendants 

of, iii. 429 

John of Bologna, statue by, i. 28 
John of Gaunt, his arms, x. 9, 116, 174, 432 
John of Peterborough, his chronicle, vi. 488 
John (Father) of Cronstadt, Hep worth Dixon on, 
xi. 67 



John (Ivor B.) on Mayals, vi. 412. Pugging 
tooth, vi. 517. Quotations wanted, vi. 516 

John-a-Duck, the tradition of, x. 150 

Johnson (Andrew), 1660-1729, viii. 382, 462 ; 
x. 343 ; his marriage, 1696, x. 343 

Johnson (Lady Arbella), her place of origin, vi. 
508 ; her descendants, vii. 38 

Johnson (C.) on balances or scales, iii. 273. Fair- 
child (Hamlet), viii. 329. " Storm in a tea- 
cup," xi. 456 

Johnson (Fanny) on " Four regular orders of 
monks," xii. 167 

Johnson (Fred.) on Sir Thomas Browne, xi. 473 

Johnson (H. ) on abolition of deodands, viii. 129. 
Cromwell House, Highgate, iv. 48, 437 ; v. 132. 
Hornsey Wood House, vii. 372. Huntingdon 
(Countess of), at Highgate, iv. 149. Wiggins 
(Joseph), ix. 176 

Johnson (H. H.) on Gula Augusti, vii. 313 ; viii. 
36. Llechylched, Anglesey, x. 215. Lobineau's 
' Aristophanes,' v. 387. Pillion : flails, vii. 497. 
St. Devereux : St. Dubricius, vii. 418. 
Thiggyng : fulcenale : ware-londes, viii. 92. 
Ulidia, house motto, vii. 518 

Johnson (Isaac), c. 1712, viii. 283 

Johnson (Isaac), of Massachusetts, iv. 227, 314, 
491 

Johnson (James), his ' Tropical Climates,' x. 89, 
136 

Johnson (Michael), c. 1663-81, viii. 282 

Johnson (Michael), his apprentice, 1692, x. 203 ; 
and Rev. George Plaxton, xi. 223 

Johnson (Nathaniel), d. March, 1736/7, viii. 281 

Johnson (Robert), his ' Worlde,' x. 125 

Johnson (Dr. Samuel), and " Mr. Janes," ii. 55, 
155 ; his ancestry and connexions, ii. 94 ; 
viii. 281, 382, 462 ; ix. 43, 144, 302, 423 ; 
x. 44, 203, 343, 465 ; and the word " pelfry," 

11. 267 ; iv. 97 ; on the letter H, ii. 446 ; iii. 
284 ; his ' In Theatre ' and Mrs. Thrale, iii. 161 ; 
pinch of snuff, 447 ; his ' Irene ' and Charles 
Goring, iv. 509 ; his ' Vanity of Human 
Wishes,' v. 29, 78 ; and Sterne at the 
" Cheshire Cheese," 108 ; membership of his 
Club, 1783, 190 ; and the Literary Club, 
vi. 237, 294 ; his * Rasselas,' v. 294 ; and 
' The New London Spy,' vi. 89 ; poems by, 
89, 155, 199, 232, 293, 495 ; his monument 
in St. Paul's, 226 ; proposed museum at the 
Crystal Palace, 268 ; his seals, 288 ; his franks, 
vii. 249 ; kidnapper in his ' Dictionary,' 345 ; 
and Dr. John Swan and Dr. Watts, vii. 348, 475 ; 
viii. 178 ; as a potter, vii. 468 ; his height and 
weight, 470 ; and dish of palates, viii. 29 ; 
cancelled legacy to, 283 ; his first visit to 
London, 382 ; the hour of his birth, 382 ; 
his china teapot, 382 ; and Mr. Repington, x. 
390 ; and Trysull, xi. 103, 223, 363, 463 ; and 
Edmund Smith, 166 ; anecdotes and relics, 
xi. 281, 494 ; xii. 12, 37 ; error in ' Lives,' xi. 
401 ; his uncle hanged, xi. 429, 495 ; xii. 

12, 55, 135 ; and Dr. John Turton, xi. 463 ; 
original documents relating to his kinsfolk, 
465; bicentenary celebration at Lichfield, xi. 
467 ; xii. 180 ; and Strahan's translation of 
Virgil, xii. 85 

Johnson (W.) on oxen drawing carriages, xi. 70. 

Quotation by Camden : G. A. Hansard, vi. 429 
Johnson family at Walsall, Staffs, xii. 126 
Johnsoniana, x. 8, 73, 147, 427 
Johnsonians, a religious sect, x. 87 
Johnston (A. W.) on Grindleton, xi. 393. Orkney 

Hogmanay song, xi. 177. Sea-names, xi. 107 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Johnston (C. E.) on Major-General Eyres, i. 489 
Johnston (F. A.) on Achesons of Ayrshire, ix. 216. 

Johnson's ancestors, ix. 46 
Johnston (Col. G. H.) on Burne family, vi. 56. 

Johnson's Club and Literary Club, v. 190. 

Sparrow (Lady Clara), vii. 227. West's picture 

of death of Wolfe, v. 451. Wlngfield (Robert), 

vi. 37 
Johnston (G. T.) on Glenara, viii. 449. Ulidia, 

house motto, vii. 289 
Johnston (H. A.) on John Bright and the Cave 

of Adullam, vi. 230. Clocks stopped at death, 

iii. 175. Jack and Jill, iv. 93 
Johnston (J. B.) on German quotation, i. 335 
Johnston (Col. W.) on Thumb Bibles, xii. 367 
Johnston (W. J.) on Louisa M. Alcott, i. 489. 

Clocks stopped at death, iii. 124. Strahan, 

publisher, iii. 87 

Johnston family motto, vi. 69, 117 
Johnston family of Scotland, ix. 390, 456 
Johnstone (J. T.) on ' English Minstrelsy,' ix. 257 
Joints, tender, x. 53, 96, 453 
J6kai (M.), sequel to his ' Black Diamonds,' vi. 

290 

Joliffe family of Dorset, iv. 307, 392 
Jommox, origin of the word, vii. 447 
Jonas (A. C.) on Achesons of Ayrshire, ix. 392. 

Albert (Prince) as poet and composer, iii. 308. 

' Auld Robin Gray,' vi. 284. Barlow (Bishop), 

x. 474. Bishop (First English) to marry, 

xi. 52. Bishops of St. Asaph, xi. 435. Bishops' 

signatures, iv. 276. Bonassus, x. 392. Brig- 

stocks (Owen), iv. 113. Caldwell family, iv. 

73. Cherry in place-names, vi. 414. Cowper's 

John Gilpin, vii. 407. Edinburgh : derivation 

of its name, xii. 17. Glamorgan, xii. 118. 

Gower, a Kentish hamlet, xi. 95. ' Hardy- 

knute,' ii. 536 ; iii. 113. Holborn, v. 514. 

James V.'s poems, iv. 476. Jockteleg, iii. 495. 

Kilmarnock document of 1547, viii. 412. 
' Mony a pickle maks a mickle," vii. 11. t" O 

dear, what can the matter be ? " vi. 454. 

Punctuation in MSS. and printed books, iv. 

262. Quotations wanted, vi. 329. St. Austin's 

Church, ix. 108. Scottish market customs, xii. 

217 
Jonas (M.) on 'The Shakespeare Apocrypha,' x. 



Jones (A. D.) on bookseller's motto, v. 255. 
Camerario, Spanish term, xii. 518. Trooping 
the colours, ii. 49 

Jones (D.) on Tottenham Churchyard, Middle- 
sex, viii. 356 

Jones (Hannah Maria), novelist, x. 248, 298, 357 

Jones (H. S.) on Bickerton or de Bickerton, 
xi. 189 

Jones (Dr. John), his treatise on Buxton, 1572, 
x. 218 

Jones (J. Bavington) on Bream's Buildings, x. 127. 
Crabble, a place-name, x. 269. Dover pier, 
iv. 491. ' Folkestone Fiery Serpent,' xi. 72. 
Foote (Samuel), comedian, xi. 17. Glover's 
' Kentish Monuments,' ix. 53. Gray of Denne 
Hill, Kent, x. 196. ' Ignes Fatui,' Hudi- 
brastic poem, viii. 408. Military Canal at 
Sandgate, xii. 377. Nonconformist burial- 
grounds, ix. 233; x. 151. Shrewsbury clock: 
' Point of war," viii. 96 

Jones (Paul), in the Russian navy, iii. 246 ; 
his birthplace, iv. 67 ; or John Paul, signatures, 
xi. 447 ; xii. 12 

Jones (Polly), courtesan, her identification, vii. 
3i4 ; ix. 97, 236 ; portrait of, xii. 117 



Jones (Tom) on " At the back of beyond," xii. 57. 
Authors of quotations wanted, xi. 196. " Blow 
the cobwebs away," xi. 378. Bosting, its 
meaning, xii. 75. Bourne in place-names, xii. 
434. Carstares or Carstairs, xi. 397, 497. 
Clim of the Clough, xii. 494. Coffee, its ety- 
mology, xii. 198. " Dame So-and-So the 
Rush-Strewer," ix. 437. " Dish of tea " : 
: ' saucer," xii. 436. Drinking tobacco, xii. 455. 
Gotham and the Gothamites, xii. 315. Great 
Wheel at Earl's Court, vii. 406. Herrick on the 
yew, xii. 78. Hocktide at Hexton, xii. 254. 
' Love's Labour's Lost,' II. i. vi. 323. " Scomer 
upon the Hope," xii. 118. Marylebone, xi. 451. 
Nym and humour, xi. 157. Salarino, Salanio, 
and Salerio, ix. 515. Shakespeariana, ii. 523, 
524 ; viii. 165, 504, 505 ; ix. 263, 264, 505, 
506 ; x. 344, 345 ; xi. 424. Shortfall, xii. 167. 
Sneezing superstition, xii. 178. " Tailed ' in 
Fuller, xii. 398. Tu Brook, Liverpool, xi. 510. 
Virgin Mary's nut, xii. 256. " Votes for 
Women," x. 98. Words and phrases in Ameri- 
can newspapers, xii. 372 
Jones (W. J. W.) on Lassell Park, clockmaker, ix. 

409 

Jones ( William )= Francis, xi. 128, 238 
Jones -Graeme (Lieut. -Col.), his biography, viii. 

27 

Jong, Tibetan word in English, i. 465 
Jonrad on armorial, iii. 351 

Jonson (Ben), his ' Devil is an Ass,' i. 29 ; his 'Al- 
chemist,' 223 ; torpedoes anticipated, 286 ; 
Pepys on, 292 ; Carlo Buffone in ' Every Man 
out of his Humour,' 381 ; " Peek-bo," ii. 85, 
153 ; " The Captain " in ' Neptune's Triumph,' 
184 ; one of Bacon's " good pens," 469 ; and 
Bacon, iii. 35, 94; v. 31, 133; administration 
of his goods, iii. 125 ; 1616 folio of his works, 
v. 7 ; ' Underwoods,' XLL, 25, 337 ; and 
Shakespeare, 125 ; and ' Echo's Lament of 
Narcissus,' vi. 408, 453 ; spelling of his name, 
ix. 329, 431 ; x. 38 ; and Bodenham, x. 206 ; 
his eulogy on Shakespeare, 346 ; date of ' The 
Case is Altered,' xi. 41 ; dates of his works, 
421 ; and Suckling, xii. 345 
Jordan (Dorothea), portrait by Romney, vii. 385 ; 

represented by Chantrey, ix. 489 
Jordans, William Penn's grave at, x. 334 ; grave- 
stones at, xii. 129, 231, 318 
Jordangate at Macclesfield, ii. 448, 537 
Joshua, Jesus a form of the name, i. 428, 490 
' Journal of Auctions and Sales,' 1853, ix. 449 
Jousts and tournaments, particulars of, xii. 430 
Jovius (Paulus), his ' Historia sui Temporis,' vi. 

188 

Jowett (Prof.), epigrams on him and Whewell, 
i. 386 ; ii. 275, 353 ; epigram on his " Little 
Garden," vi. 46 

Joy (J. R.) on quotations wanted, iv. 492 
Juan Fernandez, early Crusoe on, xii. 285, 392 
Jubilee of ' The City Press,' viii. 81, 103, 122, 142 
Judas Iscariot and St. Mark, iii. 345 ; and elder- 
bush folk-lore, viii. 131, 211 
Judex on Capt. Barton, x. 416 
Judge on addition to Christian name, iii. 328 
Judges, disbenched, iii. 43, 97 ; their burial- 
places, ix. 169 

Judges, Scottish, their titles, iii. 362 
Judges, Welsh, biographical list, xii. 28, 93, 198 
Judgment by telegram, x. 467 
Judy and Punch, their collocation, xi. 371, 497 
Juggins, slang word, its derivation, vi. 348 
Jugglery, Indian, books on, vi. 430, 516 



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147 



Jukes (Rev. Andrew), d. 1901, his publications, 

vii. 48, 96 
Julian II. (Pope), letter of Emanuel of Portugal to, 

iy. 10, 154 
Julian (R. H.) on Elizabeth and Bishop of Ely, 

xii. 249 
Julian reckoning, Easter Day by, i. 324, 352, 390 ; 

iv. 166 

' Jumelles, Les,' story, its author wanted, iv. 9 
Jumieges, Abbey of, its reconstruction in England, 

i. 207 
Junius : and Richard, Earl Temple, ii. 285 ; 

Fraser Rae on, iii. 108 ; and " Mr. John Smith," 

vii. 206 ; authorship of the Letters, ix. 386, 

430 

Juries, butchers exempted from, vii. 449 ; viii. 17 
Jurisdiction, special, x. 368, 418, 512 
Juror, first Jewish, vi. 346 
Jury, modern, its beginnings, xii. 68 
Justen (F.), his death, vi. 458 

Justices of the Peace and use of cockades, ii. 407 
Juvenal, translated by Wordsworth, iii. 288 
Juvenal on ' Doctrinali Alani,' iv. 150 
Juvenile theatre prints, v. 25 
Juvisy, French place-name, its etymology, viii. 

365, 494 

K 

K. (A.) on mellycaton : musk-million, vi. 338 

K. (A. A.) on motor index marks, iv. 297 

K. (A. T.) on acerbative, i. 27. " Crown and 

Three Sugar Loaves," i. 297 
K. (B. I.) on Robert Dudley, the " Noble Impe," 

vi. 109. Nuns of Minsk, vi. 317 
K. (C.)on Esquire in Scotland, ii. 109. Latin lines 

on sleep, ix. 390. ' Reponse aux Questions 

d'un Provincial,' vii. 249 

K. (C. L.) on school slang at Rossall, vii. 193 
K. (C. M.) on Kennedy family and Maryland, vii. 

K. (C. S. W.) on Basil Montagu's MSS., vi. 516 
K. (C. W.) on steamers in 1801 and 1818, xii. 

429 
K. (E. G.) on British castles, vi. 208. Girl 

sentenced to be burnt alive, vi. 273 
K. (F.) on Bouvear, Bouviere, or Beauvais, 

viii. 414. [taly a " geographical expression," 

iv. 330. Pre-Reformation parsonages, viii. 

414. Seven-sacrament fonts, iv. 386. Victorian 

coin, ix. 497 
K. (F. F.) on ' Lang o' Lea,' Irish song, ix. 129, 

374. London remains, viii. 392. ' Robin 

Hood and the Bishop of Hereford,' viii. 449 
K. (F. M. H. ) on Ikona, South African term, vi. 135. 

Rowe family, i. 269. " Tottenham is turned 

French," ix. 67 

K. (G. ) on moke, a donkey, viii. 257 
K. (H.) on Bohemian language, v. 217. Chris- 
tening the dead, viii. 405. Good King Wences- 

laus, viii. 33. Icelandic dictionary, iv. 331. 

Kniaz, iv. 152. Letters, their names, iii. 277. 

Peroun, viii. 331 ; ix. 53. Quattrocento, viii. 

258. Russian men-of-war, i. 385. Welsh 

poem, iv. 392. Zemstvo, iii. 233 
K. (J.) on Abbots of Evesham, xii. 154, 278. 
Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John," xii. 218. 
^Wilton : the name, v. 225 
K. (J. A.) on balances or scales, iii. 208. Newport 

family, iii. 467 
K. (J. H. ) on authors of quotations wanted, vii. 

172. Ballad by Reginald Heber, v. 351. 

Bund Institutions in England, xi. 435. 

' Creevey Papers,' i. 285, 436. Expedition 



to Ireland, ix. 334. h in Shropshire and 
Worcestershire, viii. 77. "He who knows not," 
i. 235. Hewlett (James), Bath artist, ix. 183. 
Incledon : Cooke, iii. 464. Parkgate Theatre, 
iii. 457. Plump in voting, vii. 77 

K. (J. W.) on glass painters, ii. 67 

K. (K.) on authors of quotations, viii. 388. 
Eighteenth-century queries, viii. 369. London 
queries of eighteenth century, viii. 388 

K. (L.) on authors of quotations wanted, x. 468 

K. (L. E. E.) on suck-bottle : feeding-bottle, viii. 
355 

K. (L. L. ) on Abbey of St. Vale"ry-sur-Somme, iii. 
277. Anne of Austria, ix. 474. Archiepiscopal 
cross and ' Becket,' iv. 157. Aristophanes's 
' Wasps,' v. 510. Arms of Mauritius, viii. 
446. Ascham (Roger) : schedule, iv. 169. 
Aspirine, xi. 352. Augvaldsnaes Church, Nor- 
way, x. 394. Authors of quotations wanted, 
xi. 129. Automata, xi. 345. " Aviation," 
xii. 86, 178. Banfi - Hunyades (Joannes), 
vii. 310. Bastinado as an English punish- 
ment, x. 355. Birds as weather prophets, 
ix. 210. ' Book of Martyrs of Ephrata,' ix. 326. 
Bosting, its meaning, xii. 113. Braddon 
(Paul), xii. 177. Brocky, picture by, xii. 329. 
Bruce (William), physician in Poland, x. 298. 
Budgee, a kind of ape, x. 137. By (Col.), R.E., 
v. 470. Californian English : American coin- 
names, vii. 137. Capsicum, i. 116. Cara- 
vanseri to public-house, v. 72. Casement 
(Roger), ii. 309. Catzius (Josias), iv. 77. 
" Chiswick nightingales," i. 125. Churchill 
(Charles) : T. Underwood, iv. 308. Cire- 
perdue process and Sir J. S. Lumley, xii. 452. 
Classical quotations, v. 75. Coffee-drinking in 
Palestine, xi. 236. Coherer, first use of term, 
xii. 137. Comether, x. 469. Copying press, 
ii. 488. Cox (Leonard), ii. 65 ; vi. 107 ; 
vii. 266. Cranes, ancient, xi. 146. Creole 
folk-lore, ix. 227. Crows and rain, x. 136. 
Crucifixion : earliest representation, v. 289. 
" Dame So-and-So the Rush-Strewer," ix. 
497. Digby, v. 250. Dogs at Constantinople, 
v. 496. Dorman and Hobart families, ix. 54. 
Drury (Robert), mariner, xi. 162. Dryden 
on Tekelites, v. 87. Dryden portraits, i. 435. 
Diirer (A.), origin of his name, v. 25. Elizabeth, 
Queen of Bohmeia, xii. 395. " Entente 
Cordiale," ix. 418, 472. Fairbank (Sir Thomas), 
ii. 95. Fishtraps a 1'Anglaise, vi. 269. Flinders 
(Matthew), xi. 267. Flying across the Lake of 
Perugia, xii. 288. Flying bridge, ii. 406. 
Flying machine in 1751, xii. 272. Flying Turk, 
xii. 127. Golden roof at Innsbruck, v. 136. 
Goose with one leg, xi. 438. Gordon's formulae, 
v. 374. Greeks and block and tackle, ix. 434. 
Grzymala, xi. 338. Hatching chickens with 
artificial heat, vii. 219. Henriette Marie, 
Princess Palatine, viii. 425. Henry Brougham, 
steamer, v. 337. Horseflesh, x. 245. Hungarian 
grammar, x. 14. Hungarian rare plant, vii. 370. 
Italian Proverb, ix. 418. Italy a " geographi- 
cal expression," iv. 330. Jean Paul in 
English, x. 294. Jeffreys (Judge) in West- 
minster, xii. 385. Jesuits at Mediolanum, 
x. 375. " Jour de Bouhourdis," v. 467. 
Kaboose, ii. 214. " King of Hungary's peace," 
xii. 170. Klimius (Nicholas), iv. 153. Krapina, 
viii. 476. Leonardo da Vinci in Milan, i. 26. 
Leybourn (William), xi. 307. Lillo's 'Fatal 
Curiosity,' vi. 329. London Bridge, Old : 
its foundations, xii. 364. Longworth (John 



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GENERAL INDEX. 



Aug.), v. 190. Lorenzo da Pavia, i. 76. Lustre 
ware, v. 158. Macedonia (Prince of), pre- 
tended, vii. 272. Mahalla, its meaning, vii. 
235. Man, Isle of, blown about by winds, 
v. 126. Margaret of Austria, vi. 357. Meaux 
Abbey, vii. 216. Mohammedan and Christian 
chronology, xi. 212. Montagu (Lady Mary 
Wort-ley), ix. 306. Montrose (Earl of), iii. 8. 
Munro of Novar, xii. 8. Nestorian tablet in 
Si-Ngan Foo, x. 207. ' New York Times ' : 
' Christian Union,' vi. 9. Nicking lead mines, 
vi. 405. Nicome de Bianchi, i. 349. Notices 
in United States and Switzerland, vii. 374. 
Olomucensis (Augustinus Moravus, vii. 505. 
Order of the Tusin, vii. 221. Orwell town and 
haven, vii. 21, 61. Ostermayer (Jehan), iv. 
287. Palaeologus in the West Indies, vii. 254, 
416. Pamela, i. 495. Parr (Dr. Samuel), ix. 
510. Paulitian language, ix. 167 ; x. 254. 
Pelican myth, ii. 431. Fennel!' s ' Life of 
Leland,' vii. 77. Penny-in-the-slot machines 
in 1829, xii. 286. Petersburg or St. Petersburg, 
x. 357. Philadelphia (Jacob), x. 172. Pike 
(Nicolas), ix. 9. Pinto (Mendez), xi. 77, 356. 
Polish Dragoons : Jager, xi. 256. Pop goes the 
weasel, iv. 209. Price (Bear-Admiral David), 
ix. 445. Railway, first on the Continent, iv. 
475. Ragozine, a pirate, xii. 169. Rampini 
(J.), v. 455. Religious houses of Sussex, vii. 
415. Reliquiae Wottonianse, v. 93. Renyi 
(Francis), ballad on, iv. 69. Reysman (Theodor) : 
Andreas Keller, v. 315. " Riding Tailor " at 
Astley's, i. 508. Riehl (W. H.) in English, x. 
295. Roman mound, v. 245. Rotary bromide 
process, v. 346. St. Amelia and Santa Guglielma, 
Queens of Hungary, xi. 308. St. Barbara's 
Feather, x. 373. St. Expeditus, v. 156. St. 
Florian, vi. 297. St. Francis's moon, x. 258. St. 
Martha, x. 178. St. Mary the Egyptian, xi. 
391. St. Thomas Aquinas, v. 269. Saint with 
five stars, v. 411. Sarcey (Francisque) on 
spelling, xii. 28. Schelandre (Jean de), vii. 
490 ; xi. 326. ' Sea-Voyage of Aloysius,' vii. 
9. Semaphore signalling, xi. 272. Shadow 
shows, ix. 267. Shirley (Sir Robert), iii. 286. 
Slovaks, xii. 298. Soulac Abbey, i. 209. 
Spinola's whale, v. 109. Staines Bridge, iv. 
536 ; v. 112. Steam communication with 
America, v. 467. Storm ship, xii. 32. Tailor 
in Dresden china, iv. 536. Tatar or Tartar, 
i. 11. Thicknesse (Philip), vi. 346 ; and the 
automaton chess-player, xi. 189. Thorn 
(Alexander), xi. 427. Thompson (Mr.) of 6th 
Dragoons, v. 354. ' Times ' correspondents in 
Hungary, ii. 108. Tokens, school and college, 
ix. 70, 296. Tunnelist : tunnelism, i. 27. 
Tvrtkoevic arms, ix. 331. Unwin (Jacob and 
Matthew), ix. 13. Uri (Joannes), ix. 507. 
Verantius (Faustus), ' Novae Machinae,' xii. 
243. ' Vin gris " : milliners' colours, ix. 
391. Walking cloth, v. 293. Waney timber, 
xi. 35. Warner (Sir Thomas), his tombstone, 
xi. 458. Werden Abbey, i. 111. Wine used 
at Holy Communion, x. 138 
K. (W.) on " St. George to save a maid," iii. 227 
Kaboose, use of the word, ii. 106, 214 
Kabafutoed, use of the word, iv. 246, 335 
Kain on Steyne, vi. 288 
Kairwan, Arab name, its meaning, x. 368 
Kamranh Bay, its pronunciation, iii. 365 
Kant (Immanuel), his Scotch origin, i. 467 ; ii. 

488 ; iii. 114, 157 
Kantius on Immanuel Kant, i. 467 



Kappa on hanged, drawn and quartered, i. 209. 

Port Arthur, i. 407. Travelling under Hadrian, 

xi. 10 
Karlsbad and Count Findlater, c. 1810, xii. 

269 
Karslake (F.) on curiosities of cataloguing, vi. 

253 

Katharine, Katherine,^ Catherine, spelling varia- 
tions, v. 469 

Kathay on mourning rites in Persia, vii. 230 
Kathit, meaning of the word, ii. 368 
" Kats and kittlings on Palm Sunday," xi. 326, 

457 

Kay, Clerk of the Green Cloth, viii. 271 
Kaye (W. J.) on Duchess Sarah, ii. 149. Jenkin- 

son (John), ii. 328 

Kazan, Chodzko on siege of, 1552, v. 328 
Kealy (Rev. A. G.) on John Caley, v. 388. Onley 

(Capt.), R.N., v. 474 

Kean (Edmund), his Jewish strain, i. 449 ; ii. 35 
Keate (M.) on a military execution, iii. 375 
Keats (John), owl and Athenian admiral in ' Endy- 

mion,' ii. 9 ; recently discovered manuscripts, 

iii. 81 ; heifer in ' Grecian Urn,' 464 ; date of 

' Grecian Urn,' 469 ; his ' Eve of St. Agnes,' iv. 

449 ; vii. 311 ; his story of a mule, vi. 448 ; 

Cortes and Balbao, ix. 107, 212 ; and the yew, 

xii. 287, 336, 414 
Kebbell (M.) on " Lombard Street to China 

orange," viii. 7 
Keble (John), photographs of, vi. 250, 311, 351, 

372 ; " eager bound " in ' Christian Year,' vii. 

469 ; viii. 92, 197 ; inscription at Bournemouth, 

ix. 386, 497 ; on stars reflected in ice, xii. 289 
Keeler (Rear-Admiral), c. 1790, xi. 349, 412 
Keelhaul, c. 1696, explanation of the word, vii. 

448 ; viii. 54, 216 
Keen = eager, v. 60 

Keen (Theodosius), his biography, xi. 448 
Keene (H. G.), his ' Fragment of Omar Khiam,' 

ii. 322 

Keene or Kyme family, v. 469 
Keep (Wm. D.) on Fulham MSS., vi. 367. Milling- 
ton (Rev. John), D.D., vi. 367. Sharpe (Rev. 

John), D.D., vi. 367 
Keeper of Newgate, holders of the office, vii. 

465 

Keiley (A. M.) on derivation of bridge, i. 297 
Keith (Marshal), his MS. letters, ix. 429 
Keith (Parson) and Mayfair marriages, xii. 127 
Keller (Andreas), his ' Bericht der Rinder zu 

Waselheim,' v. 268, 315 

Kelly (Denis), of Lisduffe, co. Mayo, ix. 348 
Kelly (R. J.) on Ouseley family, ix. 127 
Kelsall (Major H. J.) on John Kelsall, xi. 249, 487 
Kelsall (John), Mayor of Chester, 1767, xi. 249, 

487 ; xii. 157, 297 
Kelsey (S. W.) on painting of loom, iii. 308. 

" In antient days, when Dame Eliza reign'd," 

iii. 468 

Kelsey or De Keleseye family, ii. 188, 275 ; iii. 255 
Kelso on " And has'it come to this ? " iii. 49 
Kelty (Mary Ann), vii. 300 
Kelvin (Lord) on the tides, ii. 269 
Kemble (Fanny), her biography, iii. 360 
Kemble (Henry Stephen), his descendants, vii. 9 
Kemble burial-places, vii. 509 ; viii. 54 
Kemeys (Sir Nicholas), his gallant death, v. 446 ; 

and Chepstow Castle, vi. 55 
Kemeys-Tynte (St. D. M.) on Chepstow Castle, 

v. 446 ; vi. 55 

Kemp (Edward), landscape gardener, his "bio- 
graphy, xi. 67 



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149 



Kemp (J. T.) on Bristol maps, vi. 147. Calendar 

rimes, ix. 94. Cockburnspath, xi. 73. ' D.N.B.' 

Index and Epitome, xi. 326. Fleetwood (Bishop 

William), ix. 232. Motherhood late in life, ix. 96 
Kemp (Rev. J. T. van den), his burial-place, viii. 

253 

Kemp (William) and Peerless Pool, x. 89, 138, 178 
Kempe (Archbishop), his portrait, iv. 348, 434 ; 

and All Hallows, Barking, v. 13, 112 
Kempe family of Kent and Chichele, pedigree, v. 

286 
Kempishawe and Ickenham, Middlesex, xi. 329, 

472 
Kempland (Frederick), Westminster scholar, i. 

126 
Kempt (General, Sir James), his representatives, 

vi. 388 

Ken (Bishop Thomas), his death, vi. 307 
Kendal House, Isle worth, pleasure gardens, xii. 

88 
Kendale (W. C. G.) on Snaith Peculiar Court, iv. 

267 
Kendall (Henry Edward ) = Anna Maria Lyon, 

xii. 127 
Kendall (W. Clement) on Collop Monday, v. 247. 

Kendall = Lyon, xii. 127 

Kendall, Webb, and Newdigate families, vii. 490 
Kenhew on Virgil or Vergil ? iv. 309 
Kenmure peerage and John Gorden, schoolmaster, 

of Kirkcudbright, iii. 329 
Kennedy (James), his ' ^Eneas Britannicus,' vii. 

388 
Kennedy (M.) on authors of quotations wanted, 

xii. 328 
Kennedy (Polly), courtesan, her identification, vii. 

344 ; picture by Reynolds, ix. 97, 236 ; xii. 

117, 373 

Kennedy, family of Cullean, v. 128 
Kennedy family and Maryland, vii. 29 
Kennet (Benjamin), vicar of Bradford, vii. 127, 217 
Kennet family arms, vii. 506 
Kennett (Bishop White), his father, i. 73 
Kennington, its famous residents, iii. 88 
Kenny (H. E.) on Chester Corporation records, 

xi. 128. Chester Plea Rolls, iii. 388. French 

ambassadors in London, xi. 128 
Kenrick (C. W. H.) on hatchments, iv. 488. 

' Over-fork : fork-over," vi. 449 
Kensell (James), Westminster scholar, xi. 329 
Kensington, fairy -haunted, vii. 1, 55 
Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, their 

history, x. 41, 142 
Kent, dialect words in, viii. 506 
Kent, East Indiaman, burnt, 1825, x. 430, 477 
Kent, Fair Maid of, her descendants, i. 289, 374 
Kent, Holy Maid of, iii. 25 
Kent (Duke of), his children, vii. 48, 115, 172, 235, 

316 ; ix. 275 

Kent (B.) on portmanteau words, v. 110 
Kent (Edward), witness to will of C. J. Fox, vi. 409 
Kent (M. A.), tablet in Buxton Church to, ii. 133 
Kent (William Hardy), photographer, d. 1907, viii. 

306 

Kentish custom on Easter Day, i. 324, 391 ; ii. 15 
Kentish newspapers, viii. 68 
Kentish Poll-Books, viii. 76, 177 
Kentish Town, Prebend of Cantlers or, in St. 

Paul's Cathedral, iv. 410, 472 
Kenworthy (J.) on Tideswell and Tideslow, i. 292 
Kenyon (G.) on " There shall no tempests blow," 

iv. 12 

Kenyon (G. T. ) on British castles, vi. 258 
Keogh family and St. Anthony's fire, ix. 167 



Kerne (John), Dean of Worcester, c. 1539, ii. 389 
Kernels : " Wax and curnels," children's com- 
plaint, viii. 33 
Kerr (A. D.) on Beaconsfield on Radicals and 

Conservatives, xii. 490 
Kerr family of Lothian and Viscount Brien, iv. 

448 

Kersey, its etymology, xi. 85, 178, 318 
Kerwood on Robart Tidir, iii. 390 
Kes or kese, to kick, v. 127, 198 
Kesters on historians of the Irish Rebellion, viii. 

69 

Kesteven Survey, temp. Henry I., vi. 286 
Ketch (John), his career, 1678-86, viii. 336, 376 ; 

author of his address card, xi. 109 
Kettle (B.) on parish documents, ii. 512 
Kettle (T.) his portrait of Anna Seward, ix. 171, 

218 
Ketty land, meaning of the term, ix. 270, 338, 

416 

Kevel, stonemason's tool, xii. 75 
Kew, Surrey, Portman family at, v. 383 
Key (Dr. John), of Leek, c. 1740, viii. 231 
Keyes (Thomas) and Lady Mary Grey, viii. 147 
Keying, Chinese junk, its history, vi. 227, 295 
Keys (Lady Mary), 1540-78, her biography, ix. 

232 

Khaibar, the Grand, convivial society, x. 107 
Khaki, its introduction, ii. 207, 253 
Khayyam (Omar) bibliography, x. 307, 391 ; xi. 

54 ' 
Khonds of Orissa, and the word Meriah, v. 190, 

252 
Kidd (William Holland), Westminster scholar, i. 

148 
Kidnapper, quotation in Johnson's ' Dictionary,' 

vii. 345 

Kidnapping, c. 1840, viii. 37 
Kidson (A. A.) on masons' marks, iii. 228. War 

medals, iii. 315 
Kidson (F.) on Dibdin bibliography, xi. 402. 

' Kitty Fisher's Jig,' ix. 337. Thackeray's 

' Roundabout Papers,' xii. 78 
Kidson (J. H.) on " If two and two make four," 

xii. 109 

Killaloe (James Abbadie, Dean of), vii. 369, 470 
Killed by a look, ii. 169, 257 
Killigrew (or Killegrew) and Barker families, iii. 

224 

Killing-meat, use of the term, vi. 86, 157 
Kilmarnock document of 1547, viii. 271, 412 
Kilmaurs, its cutlery, iii. 496 
Kinderley (Nath.), engineer, c. 1740, descendants, 

viii. 408 
Kindlemarsh (Francis), in parish register, 1538, 

xii. 386 

King, the first warlike, iv. 305 
King (B.) on King family, viii. 510 
King (C.) on arithmetic, iii. 50. Martin (Christo- 
pher), v. 408 
King (Sir C. S.) on Bishop of Man imprisoned, 

1722, ii. 487 ; iii. 57. Cotter (Sir James), iii. 

212. Dighton (Richard), x. 407. Gowran 

(Lord ), i. 368. Hatchments in churches, xi. 307. 

Henry (Wm.), D.D., ix. 484. Inscription over 

hall door, x. 506. Johnston family of Scotland, 

ix. 390. King (Luke), Deputy-Muster-Master, 

i. 226. Lisgoole Abbey, co. Fermanagh, ix. 368. 

Mitchel and Finlay, bankers, i. 310 ; ix. 497. 

Southwell (Right Hon. E.), i. 8, 218. Tigerna- 

cus, iii. 268, 318. Tituladoes, i. 449. ; Totten 

ham in his boots," xi. 368 
King (Edward), Bishop of Elphin, xii. 169 



150 



GENEEAL INDEX. 



King (Francis) on assassination the metier of 
kings, viii. 328. Audyn or Audin family, ii. 18. 
Bailiff of Eagle, ii. 46. Epitaphiana, ii. 322. 
False quantities in Parliament, ii. 326. Family 
door-plates in London, vi. 225. " First catch 
your hare," i. 175. Latin pronunciation, ix. 
314. " Ornne bonum Dei donum," vii. 33. 
Palaeologus in the West Indies, vii. 209. Par- 
sonages, pre-Beformation, ix. 237. Pimlico, 
xi. 133. Pre-Beformation tabernacle, viii. 
507. Proverbs, two old, vii. 407. Badnor- 
shire rime, vii.. 205. Selvaggi and Milton, viii. 
48. Trafalgar, v. 57. Wellington badge : 
Watier's, 1814, iv. 155. West Indian hurricane 
lore, vii. 127. Yorke (Eliot), iv. 488. See 
also King (W. F. H.). 

King (Bishop Henry), his marriage, vi. 250, 353 

King (Capt. James), F.B.S., his death, ix. 449 ; x. 
57 

King (John), d. 1823, his biography, ix. 428, 472 ; 
on dowries for ugly women, iv. 247. Tinsel 
characters, i. 47. Webb (W. G.), engraver, 
vi. 130 

King (Joseph), Joachin Cardoza, volunteer under 
Nelson, v. 108, 213 

King (J. Stuart) on coffee, xii. 377 

King (Luke), Deputy -Muster-Master, Ireland, 
1689, i. 226 

King (Thomas), English Jesuit, 1561, viii. 437 

King (W. E.) on Willock of Bordley, ii. 188 

King (W. F. H.), his ' Classical and Foreign 
Quotations,' ii. 281, 351 ; iii. 447 ; vii. 24 ; ix. 
107, 284, 333 ; x. 126 ; xi. 247 ; xii. 127 ; his 
death, xi. 380. See also King (Francis). 

King (W. L.) on Godfrey of Bouillon, vi. 150. 
Tyngrie (Sybyl de), vi. 209 

King family, viii. 510 

King of Patterdale, the appellation, i. 149, 193, 276 

Kingdom (Lemuel), M.P. for Hull, his biography, 
xii. 408 

' Kingdom's Intelligencer,' vii. 148, 238, 270, 
395, 491 ; viii. 396 

Kingham (J. C.) on towns unlucky for kings, vii. 
75 

Kingod on " Mors janua vitae," viii. 231 

Kings, names of English, i. 225 ; compared with 
Queens, v. 389 ; towns unlucky for, vii. 29, 74, 
212 ; viii. 36 ; assassination the metier of, 
viii. 328, 391, 497 ; Indian, their names, c. 1710, 
iii. 449, 497 ; Saxon, living descendants, v. 
189, 252 

King's Bagnio. See Duke's Bagnio. 

King's Bodyguard temp. Charles L, xi. 427, 493 

King's Channel in the Thames estuary, xi. 269 

King's Cock-Crower, iii. 228, 312 

King's College, Cambridge, and Sir Isaac Newton, 
xii. 229, 294 

King's County, members for county and boroughs, 
i. 227, 293 

King's Cross bridge, its erection, vii. 386 
' King's Dues " explained, ix. 271, 337 

King's evil, touching for, iv. 287, 335 ; vi. 345 
'King's Head," Hampstead Boad, its history, vi. 
207, 276 

King's Lynn, curious epitaph, xii. 506 

King's money, letter money or bounty, its origin, 
iv. 428 ; v. 198 

King's Old Bargehouse, its location, viii. 167, 417 ; 
early picture of, x. 188 

King's printers, and printers of the Crown, xi. 128 

King's silver at Lincoln College, c. 1525, x. 47, 
117 

King's Weighhouse, 1666, and Love Lane, v. 303 



Kingsford (C. L.) on St. Martin Pomeroy, x. 495 

Kingsford (H.) on Pinkett, ii. 427. Quarterstaff r 
vi. 106. 

Kingsford (W. B.) on " At the back of beyond," 
xii. 57. Children at executions, iii. 33. Dyer 
(Sir Edward), ii. 32. Gatton inscription, vi.. 
57. " Quid est fides ? ' xi. 296. " There's 
not a crime," ii. 14 

Kingsland almshouses, changes in, vi. 262, 303 ; 
viii. 426 ; xi. 124 

Kingsley (Charles), ' Old and New : a Parable,' 
iv. 125, 212 ; his ' New Forest Ballad,' ix^ 
508 ; his ' Lorraine, Lorree,' x. 210, 278, 377, 
452, 497 

Kingsley (Col.) : " Kingsley's Stand " at Minden,. 
vii. 109, 158, 294, 378 

Kingsley quotation, iii. 88 

Kingston-on-Thames, Queen Elizabeth's School at r 
i. 166, 215 ; epitaph at, x. 502 

Kingston-upon-Hull, Easter sepulchre at, i. 265 

Kingsway and Aldwych, their inauguration, iv.. 
361, 410, 433, 451 ' 

Kiplin or Kipling family, ii. 269 

Kipling (Bud yard), his ' Our Lady of the Snows/ 
i. 246, 311, 392 ; his ' Barrack-Boom Ballads/ 
v. 307 ; ' Mandalay,' 389, 417 ; ' Five Free 
Nations,' 389, 417 ; ' With Scindia to Delhi/ 
v. 426, 518 ; vi. 32, 75 ; Bake, its locality, v.. 
480 ; and the word Ikona, vi. 46, 90, 135 ? 
Dowb in ' Barrack-Boom Ballads,' viii. 54, 135, 
218 ; " Dust builds on dust ' in his ' Be- 
cessional,' 385 ; " picaroon ' in his ' Last 
Chantey,' ix. 185, 234 ; and J. Ovington r 
248 ; and Otway, 426, 492 ; on Shakespeare, 
x. 348, 395 ; parodies of, xii. 128, 177 r 
238, 297, 472 ; character in ' Actions and 
Beactions,' 329 ; Spanish translation of his 
works, 448 

Kipling family and Bowes Churchyard, vi. 7, 78 

Kipples family of Glasgow, i. 109, 251 

Kirby (Bichard), sixteenth-century architect, v- 
147, 232, 295 

Kirby Hall, Northants, article by Lady Constance- 
Howard on, vii. 228, 275, 458 

Kirk (Alexander), Glasgow shipbuilder, c. 1818, 
v. 129 

Kirk (B. E. G.) on Chaucer's father, iii. 145, 
Chaucer tragedy, iv. 5 

Kirkbride family of Ellerton, Cumberland, viii.. 
309 

Kirklington Barrow, its opening, ii. 246 

Kirkman (Francis) and W. Carpenter, 1657, ix. 248 

Kirkstead Chapel, Lines, its recent history, vii., 
446 ; viii. 35 

Kirton-in-Lindsey, smuggling at, v. 282 

Kissing bush, Christmas, described, iv. 502 

Kissing gates, origin of the name, ii. 328, 395 

Kitchen (Bobert), Westminster scholar, xi. 289 

Kite-flying in the East, ix. 147 

Kites, team of steerable. xi. 465 

Kit-Kat (Dick), c. 1843, his illustrations, vi. 368 

Kit's Coty House, origin of the name, iv. 247, 413 

Kitterick, pictures from, xi. 189 

' Kitty Fisher's Jig,' ix. 50, 98, 197, 236, 337 r 
471 

Kleerkooper (M. M.) on ' Harlem Courant,' v. 309^ 
Harlem, a newswriter, v. 309 

Klemantaski on Meyerbeer, viii. 168, 190 

Klimius (Nicholas), his ' Journey to the World 
Underground,' iv. 108, 153 

Knebworth, Lytton family at, vii. 247, 314, 357 

Kneller (Sir Godfrey), his picture of Lord Treasurer 
Godolphin, viii. 210, 272 



TENTH SERIES. 



151 



Kniaz, its meaning and pronunciation, iv. 107, 

130, 152, 193, 334 

Knifeboard of omnibuses, x. 86, 153 
Knight (Joseph), his death, vii. 501 ; on the 
Laureateship, viii. 267, 311 ; and the Rabelais 
Club, xii. 165 

Knight (W.) on ' Lyrical Ballads ' motto, iv. 350 
Knight in armour, picture of, i. 29 
Knighthood of 1603, vi. 181, 257, 474 ; vii. 16, 54, 

113 

Knightley (Lady) on Knightley family, v. 371 
Knightley family, v. 250, 313, 371 
Knight's head resting on lady's body in monu- 
mental effigy, x. 228, 273 

Knights and their swords, how worn, ix. 308, 477 
' Knights of England,' by Dr. W. A. Shaw, vi. 1, 

72, 181, 257, 474 
Knights of the Round Table, quasi-Masonic 

order, vi. 9 

Knights Templars, points in their cross, i. 149, 211, 
338 ; 1128-1312, iii. 467 ; in Scotland, iv. 10, 34, 
97 ; their registers, 167, 235 
Knights of Windsor, iii. 5 
Knights without noses, meaning of the phrase, 

xi. 49, 158 

Knots of may, xi. 344, 437 
Kniphofia, botanical term, x. 288, 333, 438 
Knowle Hall, portrait of Hannah Lightfoot at, 

vii. 289, 350 
Knowles (Herbert), born at Gomersal, 1798, ii. 

489 
Knox (Ann) = Dr. John Lamy, temp. George II., 

xii. 210 

Knox (J.) on authors of quotations wanted, x. 510 
Knox (John), his ' Monstrous Regimen of Women,' 

xi. 188, 234, 338 

Knox (William), his ' Mortality,' xi. 247, 397 
Knoydart, place-name, its pronunciation, viii. 106 
Kodak, inventor of the word, v. 400 
Kodak on Gladstone's horsemanship, ix. 191 
Koepenick captain, Berlin hoaxer, vi. 364 
Kola-nut, origin of the name, v. 286 
Kolliwest, the word in Mid-Cheshire, ii. 9 
Kom Ombo on Aristophanes 's ' Wasps,' v. 188. 
Authors of quotations wanted, iii. 128 ; vii. 69. 
Catalogues, printed, of public libraries, iv. 388. 
German Encyclopaedia, viii. 389. German- 
English dictionary, ii. 9. Hippomanes, iii. 127. 
Irish Parliament, viii. 190. Juvenal translated 
by Wordsworth, iii. 288. Macaulay on com- 
petitive examinations, viii. 169. Mahan (Capt.) 
on Ireland, xii. 187. Pan-Germanic Press, xi. 
447. Passow's Greek-Latin lexicon, v. 109. 
Swift's works : annotated editions, viii. 231. 
Swinburne on Irish Nationalists, xii. 350. 
Temple (Sir William), his Swiss visitor, viii. 129. 
Wellington (Duke of), on uniforms, viii. 8. 
' Wilhelm Meister,' i. 489 
Kopsch (H.) on silk first mentioned in the Bible, 

viii. 231 

Korean and Manchurian names, i. 265 
Kotow, its early use, v. 500 

' Kottabos,' Dublin University magazine, viii. 46 
Krapina, holy place of the Illyrians, viii. 188, 

258, 476 

Krebs (H.) on Bacon and the drama, ii. 129. 
Baskish folk-lore about souls, vii. 73. Berlin, 
iv. 466. Chateaubriand, ix. 129. Colour 
transition, v. 86. Copernicus, xi. 473. ' Don 
Quixote,' 1595-6, iv. 158. Dover pier, iv. 451. 
Duma, vi. 56. Edinburgh : its derivation, x. 
410. Edward in Slavonic, viii. 115. Electron, 
ii. 225. Fanshawe (Sir R.), iii. 499. Folk- J 



lore origins, vii. 53. German Encyclopaedia, 
viii. 457. Gwyneth, ii. 255. Harbours, xi. 
477. Haze, vii. 214. Helvellyn, iii. 287. 
Hetman : Ataman, v. 157. Hus before the 
Council of Constance, xii. 94, 158. Imman- 
quable,xi. 145. " Jan Kees," v. 15. Lithuanian 
etymological dictionary, v. 313. M., iv. 134. 
March (Ausias), v. 14. Masburensis : its 
identity, xi. 413. One : its pronunciation, xii. 
288. Ossian, vi. 336. Pearl, its etymon, vi. 
137. Piccaninny, iv. 255. Place, v. 412. 
Porta del Popolo, Rome, ix. 433. Roman law, 
x. 469. Russian Christian martyr (first), viii. 
93. Scaramouch, x. 86, 257. Siberia, i. 346. 
Soul and eyes, vi. 466. Trafalgar, iv. 385. 
Turntable in Llaneilian Church, vi. 337. 
' Volksbiicher," xii. 58. Whiff, a boat, x. 29. 
Whitsunday in the 'Anglo-Saxon Chronicle,' 
ii. 313. ' Wilhelm Meister,' ii. 57. Zemstvo 
and Zemsky-Sob6r, iii. 185 
Krimpen (W. del Court de) on Van Sypesteyn 

manuscripts, iii. 409 
Kroencke (E.), book-collector, his biography, i. 

148, 198 

Krueger (Dr. G.) on Agnostic poets, ii. 528. 
Algonquin element in English, iii. 34. " All the 
world and his wife," xii. 177. Antiquary v. 
antiquarian, ii. 174. Ash as place-name, i. 72. 
Bacon, viii. 310. Blake (Benjamin) : Nor- 
man : Oldmixon, iii. 15. Browning's " thunder- 
free," ii. 194. " Chapzugar cheese," xi. 476. 
' Childe Harold,' viii. 430. Clocks stopped 
at death, iii. 175. Cowper, ii. 149. Davies's 
epigram on actors, xii. 389. Defiance, vi. 226. 
Dogs in war, v. 195. Dry, as applied to 
spirituous liquors, viii. 269. Duelling in Ger- 
many, iv. 516. Dugdale's trustworthiness, iv. 
487. English authors' birthdates, vi. 228. 
English spelling : English culture, v. 148. 
Epicurus in art, xii. 347. Falstaff on honour, 
v. 128. Fire : fire out, viii. 455. German 
quotation, i. 339. Globetrotter, viii. 485. 
Grindy, viii. 93. H in Cockney, ii. 491. 
Haldane, x. 347. Haze, vii. 273. Hell, Heaven, 
and Paradise, ii. 354. ' Henry IV.,' III. i. vi. 
324. Hock : Hog : Hoga, viii. 13. ' Honest 
broker," ii. 452. Immortality of animals, i. 
336. Jeer, i. 70. Kaboose, ii. 214. ' Let the 
dead bury their dead," i. 488. Letters, their 
names, iii. 228. " Luther's distich," i. 473. 
Monkeys stealing from a pedlar, vii. 256. 
Pamela : Pamela, i. 433 ; ii. 90. Pittance, 
viii. 186. Pop goes the weasel, iv. 209. Port- 
manteau words, v. 235. Quotations wanted, 
iv. 91. Rowton (Lord), v. 149. Shakespeare's 
epitaph, x. 346. Shakespeare's grave, iii. 
495. Shakespeariana, ii. 523 ; iv. 443 ; vii. 302 ; 
viii. 164 ; ix. 264 ; x. 164. Split infinitive, iii. 
51. Step-brother, ii. 473. Stepping across a 
child, ix. 338. Telling the bees, x. 97. TH as 
a symbol, x. 390. Touching wood, vi. 231. 
Trooping the colours, ii. 116. Vegetarian : 
Fruitarian, xii. 427. Vocabulary of peasant, 
ix. 134. " Volksbiicher," xii. 133. Voltaire 
and Rousseau, viii. 154. Waterloo campaign, 
v. 107, 373. Welsh rabbit, i. 70. Whit- 
sunday, iii. 16. Winston Shakespeare portrait, 
ix. 68. Women and wine-making, vii. 295. 
Yorkshire dialect, iv. 192 
Krug on slavery, iv. 429 

Kruger (Frederick), Hermit of Wallasey, iii. 246 
Kuens or quens, derivation of the word, vi. 170 
Kuroki (General), his origin, ii. 347 



152 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Kyd (Stewart), his youngest daughter, ii. 407 
Kyd (T.) on Hell, Heaven, and Paradise, ii. 355 
Kyd's ' Spanish Tragedy ' and ' Bichard II.,' 

iv. 323 

Kyle (W. T.) on Robert Wood, iv. 108 
Kyllyngworth (Mr.), his wonderful beard, ii. 166 
Kyme or Keene family, v. 469 
Kynan, grandfather of Owen Gwynnedd, v. 169, 

215, 314 

Kynaston (Humphrey), outlawed 1491, x. 134 
Kynaston's translation of Chaucer's ' Troilus,' iv. 

109 



L in " alme," iv. 16 

L. on Bri : The Planche, iv. 389. Earthquakes 
in Wales, vi. 30. Inscription on museum, 
i. 268. Quotations wanted, vi. 89. Tarn- 
worth churchyard wall, vii. 210 
L. (A.) on handkerchiefs as relics, viii. 448. Muni- 
cipal documents, iii. 50 
L. (A. A.) on riddle, i. 207 
L. (A. C.) on authors of quotations wanted, xii. 

509 

L. (A. H. ) on chemists' coloured bottles, v. 168 
L. (A. S.) on Addison's maternal ancestry, x. 356. 
Cook (Benjamin), bookseller, vi. 308. Lamprey 
family of Dublin, vi. 490. Lawrence, iv. 388. 
Lintot Society, vi. 389. Lintott (H. and J.), 
vi. 469 

L. (C.) on White Ensign, ix. 128 
L. (D. C.) on St. Ninian's Church, ii. 68 
L. (E. M.) on " Lost in a convent's solitary gloom," 

i. 67 

L. (E.P.)on collar for reprieved criminal, viii. 507 
L. (E. W.) on prisons in Paris, iv. 349 
L. (F. C.) on French-Canadian literature, viii. 57 
L. (F. D.) on naval action, 21 June, 1814, vii. 246 
L. (F. de H.) on John Bossom, xii. 150. Cam- 
bridge early lists, ix. 414. Carnwath pedigree, 
viii. 492 ; ix. 398. Cope of Bramshill, iii. 174. 
English bishop (first) to marry, x. 412 ; xi. 
51. Floral emblems of countries, v. 509. 
French refugee bishops, viii. 171. Godfrey 
(Col. Charles), vi. 155. Hastings (Warren), his 
first wife, i. 494. Hayes, Consul at Smyrna, 
v. 349. Hinds (Dr. Samuel), i. 517. Jack 
and Jill, iv. 93. Pinchbeck family, iv. 77. 
Plane sailing or plain sailing, x. 270. Prebend 
of Can tiers, iv. 410. Renzi (Sir Matthew de), 
x. 433. St. Barbara's emblems, xii. 216. 
Sargent (Henry Martyn), ix. 276. Stephenson, 
Governor of Bengal, ii. 437 ; iii. 395. Vanneck 
(Mrs. and Miss), xii. 377 
L. (F. F.) on Capt. Death, i. 48. Woffington 

(Peg), her letter, i. 124 
L. (G.) on " He who knows not," i. 277 
L. (G. D.) on prisoner suckled by his daughter, 

iv. 353 

L. (G. H.) on Shoreditch family, x. 369 
L. (G. P.) on woolmen in the fifteenth century, 

ii. 514 

L. (H.) on Capt. Curry, 1759, v. 208 
L. (H. B.) on authors of quotations wanted, 

vii. 10 
L. (H. G.) on West's picture of death of Wolfe, v. 

409 

L. (H. P.) on "A nafedave," xii. 296. Abra- 
cadabra, x. 54 ; xi. 418. Anna, a place-name, 
x. 417. Anne of Austria, ix. 452. Apples : 
their old names, ix. 297. " Artahshashte," xi. 
148. Baal-fires, x. 252. ' Beeswaxers," xi. 
237. Bergerode, xi. 434. Besturne in trouba- 



dour poetry, viii. 406. Black Guard, xi. 
446. Bladum : siligo, viii. 114. Blather :- 
bladder, vi. 456. Bloom in iron manufacture, 
viii. 26. Blunder of a Vulgate translator, vii. 
126. Bossing, its meaning, vii. 135. Breese in 
' Hudibras,' viii. 77. Bridge, its derivation,, 
i. 189. Broach or brooch, iii. 78. ' Broken- 
selde," xi. 233. Burglars, charm used by, vii. 
426. Camber, xi. 326. Canon of wine at mess,. 
viii. 390. Card terms, x. 468. " Catalogue 
raisonn^e," xii. 418. Chauceriana, viii. 252* 
Che vesel = pillow, vii. 268. ' Chops of the 
Channel," viii. 268; xii. 117. Church spoons, 
v. 13. Churchwardens' accounts, vii. 275* 
Clergy, inferior, their appellations, x. 251. 
Comether, xi. 33. Copin (King) : St. Coppin, 
vii. 29. Corked (man tie )= purple, ix. 467. 
Court Roll terms, vii. 515. Crakowed shoes,. 
vii. 445. Cureton's Multanis, iii. 337. Cursals, 
ii. 509. Dante : Dorando : Durand, xi. 186. 
Death after lying, x. 274. Death-birds in 
Scotland and Ireland, vi. 173. Dickens on half- 
baptized, x. 90. Disgate : dischauce, xii. 26. 
" Diss.," an abbreviation, v. 69. ' Dog and 
Pot," xii. 474. Dog's nose, v. 252. Dolls on 
race-courses, x. 326. Doncaster weather- 
rime, v. 456. Double acrostics in newspapers,. 
ix. 390. Baling, xi. 176. Earife, co. Kent, 
xi. 358. El-Serujah, xi. 58. Everglade : its 
derivation, x. 158. Faseole, its etymology 
xii. 233. Feskin, to swathe, ix. 508. Figgess or 
Figgiss, ix. 478. " Filling the cup," ix. 307. 
Fiteres = rags, vii. 509. Flintwinch (Affery) in 
' Little Dorrit,' iv. 466. Fludous, Le, vi. 70. 
" Fortune of war," ix. 387. French words in 
Scotch, x. 133, 314. Glosses of Middle English, 
ix. 126. Gray's ' Elegy ' and ploughing cus- 
toms, xii. 389. Grindleton, xi. 393. Gp- 
mara's ' Conquest of the Weast India,' xii. 
270. Gowdike, viii. 214. Gower, a Kentish 
hamlet, xi. 95. H aspirate in English writers, 
xii. 492. Hackney, ix. 91. Hamberbonne, v. 
190. Hansed = admitted to a Hans, x. 286. 
Haswell family, iii. 313 ; iv. 35. Hatmakers' 
materials, ix. 477. Hawser : Haul, xi. 455. 
Heraldic terms, early, ix. 466. Hoek van 
Holland, vii. 473. Horssekyns, viii. 35. 
" House of warantyse," x. 89. Hove, x. 112. 
Hovelling, x. 198. Jewish queries, ix. 478. 
Jommox : wudget : wompus, viii. 16. Kes or 
kese, to kick, v. 127. Ketty land, ix. 416. 
London cries, vi. 434. ' Lying Bishop " : 
miles of varying length, vii. 496. Maltese 
beefeaters, xii. 198. Manor Court terms, xi. 517. 
Mareboake : viere, viii. 15. Martello towers, 
iii. 313. Matross : Topass, their meaning, 
vii. 348. May Song, v. 474. Motte : Mot r 
x. 415. " Nom de guerre ' and ' Nom de 
plume," viii. 356. ' Notes and Queries r 
Commemoration, xii. 376. Omnibuses, old, x. 
153. Oregon, xii. 258. Oxe-aye, vi. 234. 
Parish dinners, x. 57. Pearl, its derivation, x. 
237. Pightle : pikle, v. 93. Pimlico : Eye- 
bright, x. 457. Pin -basket = youngest child , 
ix. 417. Plains = timber-denuded lands, xii. 
194. Poet Laureate read at the head of troops, 
iii. 345. Pop goes the weasel, iv. 54. Popular 
etymologies of the old homilists, viii. 7. Port- 
manteau words, v. 512. Potter's Bar : Seven 
Kings, xi. 376. Pot-waller : pot-walloper, 
viii. 298, 371. Privet: Benny, ix. 197. 
' Promptorium,' xi. 14. ' Property has its 
duties," &c., ix. 349. Proverb on beating, 



TENTH SEEIES. 



153 



x. 15. Proverbs and popular phrases, x. 374. 
Pugging tooth, vi. 391. Ragmond, vi. 445. 
Rapids : water-break, viii. 294. Realm : its 
pronunciation, xi. 338. Resp., iv. 50. Rise, 
active verb, x. 73. Romeland, vi. 432. Royal 
regiments of the line, iii. 112. Scape = freak of 
nature, xi. 267. Scott's ' Lochinvar,' xii. 378. 
' Scrannelpipedest," xi. 347. Seynt-pro-seynt, 
a wine, viii. 48 ; xii. 76. Sherlock : the name, 
x. 265. ' Skim the sea," xi. 406. Sneezing 
superstition : Earburn, xi. 173. Snodgrass as 
a surname, x. 11. Spane, ix. 412. Sprecan, 
specan, to speak, vi. 165. " Stafford blue," 
vi. 149. Stake in racing, viii. 353. Steele 
<Amie), the hymn -writer, xi. 357. Stymie at 
golf, ix. 370 ; x. 112. Surnames, ending in 
-nell, xi. 75. Talavera, xi. 297. Talbot, its 
derivation, vii. 392. Tennyson : " Ringing 
grooves of change," x. 246. Testout, iv. 354. 
Thiggyng : fulcenale : warelondes, viii. 296. 
Thune : CEil-de-boeuf, French slang, vii. 51, 
153. Topsy-turvy, xii. 167. Towns unlucky 
for kings, viii. 36. Treats : Mullers, vi. 
310. Trooping the colours, ii. 116. Trudgeon 
stroke in swimming, iv. 205. Truss-fail, xi. 
18. Tunes, old, x. 93. Twitchel, iii. 436. 
Tyburn, xi. 333. Umber bird, viii. 230. 
Unbychid, its meaning, vii. 9. " Upon a 
summer's day," ix. 208. Vergel, its meaning, 
x. 234. Waddington as a place-name, xi. 136. 
Waeg-sweord in ' Beowulf,' viii. 186. Wain- 
ing bells, vi. 238. Whip in, the phrase, xii. 167. 
Widge, dialect survival for horse, vi. 186. 
William III.'s horse, ix. 377, 414. Wooset, 
its meaning, xi. 395. Words and phrases in 
American newspapers, xii. 11, 271, 371. Y- 
called : Y-coled, x. 510. Yamuyle, a victual, 
xii. 6. Young (E.), author of ' Night 
Thoughts,' xi. 34. 

Li. (I. M.) on Arnold, Shelley, and the yew, xii. 
287. Herrick on the yew, xii. 7. Milton on 
the palm, xii. 67. Taglioni = greatcoat, xii. 
458. Yew in poetry, xii. 388, 477 

Li. (J. H.) Cruikshank's remarque, vii. 50. Shop 
for the R.M.A. : Post, vii. 389 

Li. (J. K.) on Capt. Death, i. 93. Wager, wreck of, 
i. 335 

L. (K. E. E.) on human sacrifices: ghosts, iii. 
448 

L. (L.) on school company, ii. 352 

L. (L. E.) on Lumley of Watton, Norfolk, vi. 89 

L. (M. B.) on authors of quotations, viii. 150 

L. (M. C.) on American Civil War verses, iv. 354. 
American magazines, viii. 515. Anna, a place- 
name, x. 417. Arnold, Shelley, and the yew, 
xii. 414. Athenian fleet saved by a comma, 
ix. 389. Authors of quotations wanted, viii. 
475 ; x. 413, 476, 514. Californian English, 
vii. 36. Camelian, ix. 131, 375. ^ Carbery 
(Countess of), ii. 248. Cosas de Espana, i. 458. 
Dickens : Shakespeare : woodbine, xii. 411. 
' D.N.B. Epitome,' ix. 153. Easter Sunday in 
1512 and 1513, i. 388. ' Lady of the Lake ' : 
allusions, ix. 133. Leap year, ix. 254. Lines 
by Whyte Melville, iii. 408. Longfellow's 
' Flowers,' vi. 517. Manitoba, i. 373. Non- 
conformist burial-grounds, x. 334. ' Oh, tell 
me whence Love cometh," ix. 385. ' Our 
Lady of the Snows," i. 392. * Passionate 
Pilgrim ' : ' lapp'd in lead," xii. 437. ' Promp- 
torium,' x. 488. Pugging tooth, vi. 517. Rattle- 
snake Colonel, xi. 191, 213. Roosevelt*: its 
pronunciation, vii. 35. Scotch words and 



English commentators, ii. 198. Shibboleth, xi. 
Tammany : origin of the name, ix. 278. 
' The hand that rocks the cradle," v. 273. " Un- 
answered yet, the prayer," iv. 346. Whitman 
(Walt) on Alamo, xii. 90. Words and phrases 
in American newspapers, xii. 371 
L. (M.^Vl.) on Disraeli's novels, vi. 149 
L. (M. S.) on authors of quotations wanted, vi. 
48 

L. (M. T.) on. Constant's memoirs, viii. 128, 

272 
L. (P.) on "I expect to pass through," i. 355. 

London newspapers, v. 10 

L. (R.) on armiger : generosus, &c., vii. 109. 
Authors of quotations, v. 108. Deputation 
defined, xii. 268. Generals and the enemy, 
xii. 268 

L. (R. A.) on Pelle's bust of Charles II., xii. 287 
L. (R. A. A.) on Comte d'Antraigues, x. 67. 
Austen (Stephen), bookseller, ix. 348. Han- 
cock, viii. 210. Hastings (Warren), his son, x. 
128. King's College, Cambridge, v. 255. 
Rebus in churches, v. 250 
L. (R. M.) on longest telegram, ii. 176. Persian 

paintings, i. 29 

L. (R. S.) on William Prynne's MSS., viii. 168 
L. (T. B. ) on schools first established, iii. 209 
L. (T. H.) on ' The Yahoo,' xii. 130 
L. (T. M.) on authors of quotations wanted, xii. 

109 

L. (W.) on authors of quotations wanted, vii. 453. 
" See how these Christians," xii. 48. " Taping 
shoos," vii. 259 

L. (W. H.) on " As merry as griggs," i. 276 
L. (W. J.), Dublin, on Addison's ' Cato ' : re- 
markable cast, vi. 228. Anne (Queen) as 
amateur actress, iii. 164. Mohun (Major), the 
actor, ii. 485. Shatford's 'Histriomastix,' iv. 
209. Theatre-building, ii. 328. Theft from 
Warren (Sir George), iii. 188 

L. (W. J.), Savile Club, on author of quotation 
wanted, xi. 334. Dog-names, ii. 470. Nor- 
wegian dictionaries, v. 384. Steward monu- 
ment at Bradford-on-Avon, ii. 444. Trans- 
lated surnames, iv. 205 
L n (W. J.) on Lemans of Suffolk, ii. 248 
L. (W. T.) on "And thou, blest star," iii. 88. 
Authors of quotations wanted, iii. 109 ; ix. 49 ; 
xi. 9 

L. (W. U.) on Windsor uniform, iv. 527 
L.-W. (E.) on Barbadoes : Barbydoys, vii. 30. 
Bruges, xii. 214. Fellows of the Clover Leaf, 
i. 193. Passports, xi. 432. Pickwick, c. 1280, 
iii. 447. Woolmen in the fifteenth century, 
iii. 193 

L. S. appended to name of solicitor, ii. 428, 517 
La Bruyere (J. de), his ' De la Cour,' ix. 35 
La Fayette (Marquise de), c. 1754, her biography, 

vi. 450 ; vii. 11 
La Fontaine (Auguste), his ' Nouveaux Tableaux 

de Famille,' xi. 389 ; xii. 78 
La N6tre on Schopenhauer in English, xii. 67 
La Poype (General), prisoner of war, his biography, 

v. 46, 237 
La Roche (Emily), Lady Echlin, her biography, 

xi. 501 ; xii. 38, 70, 113 

La Scala, name of new theatre, iii. 448, 497 
La Tour d'Auvergne, Premier Grenadier of France, 

i. 384, 470 ; ii. 52 

Labyrinth at Pompeii, photograph of, iv. 168 
Lach-Szyrma (W. S.) on Queen Helena, I. 29. 
Penrith, i. 29 



154 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Lackington (J.), Ms Temple of the Muses, iv. 54, 
177, 233 

Lacombe (Father), O.M.I., and Alberta, Canada, 
ix. 486 

Laconic letters, v. 108, 153, 171, 197, 234 

Lacy family, c. 1570, xii. 489 

Ladies, cheese for, xi. 229, 292, 334 

Ladies' cricket matches, c. 1777, xi. 386 

Ladies in society, articles on, v. 469, 514 

Ladies riding sideways, earliest instance, viii. 
168, 235 ; xii. 247, 295 

Lady, unmarried, her coat of arms, iii. 348, 398 

Lady -bird folk-lore, viii. 9, 116 

Lady Chapels, x. 289 

Lady Day and Christmas Day, their relation, x. 
508 ; xi. 71 

' Lady's Museum,' 1800-5, its value, iii. 169 

Lady's speech hi the House of Lords, xi. 129 

Laffan (T.) on prize money, ix. 329. Family of 
Tipperary, viii. 513 

Lafleur (P. T.) on Thackeray's historical novels, 
x. 146 

Lafontaine, variant of a fable, v. 487 ; vi. 52 

Lage de Cueilly (M. de), his ' M&noires,' xi. 346 

Lairstall. See Laystall. 

Lake (Lord), created 1804, his arms, x. 348 

Lake of St. Lampierre, Berne, v. 489 

Lamb (Charles), 1717, champion of chimney- 
sweepers, v. 5 

Lamb (Charles), and ' Address to Poverty,' i. 43, 
151 ; and Coleridge and Mr. May, 61, 109 ; 
identity of " Phil Elia," ii. 527 ; iii. 36, 79, 
112 ; and his friend George Dyer, iii. 282 ; and 
Shacklewell, 288, 352, 414 ; his use of ' cupil- 
larian," iv. 69 ; on the Panopticon, 127, 215, 
297 ; and Thomson, 306 ; his grandmother's 
gravestone, 328, 414 ; his continental tour, 
iv. 445, 512, 538 ; v. 11 ; books from his 
library, " Enort," iv. 445, 512, 538 ; his essay 
' My Relations,' 464 ; and James White, v. 153 ; 
allusion to Norwich weavers, 225 ; at weddings, 
265 ; " The Salutation and Cat," vi. 106 ; 
quotation from Latham's dictionary, 427 ; 
supposed hoax by, 490 ; lines by him, Cowper, 
or Hood, vii. 11 ; his Jewish extraction, 121, 
212 ; on Thicknesse's ' France,' 205, 274, 355 ; 
his house in Islington, 312, 413, 472 ; and Dyer, 
and Primrose Hill, viii. 301 ; in Great Russell 
Street, viii. 421 ; ix. 37 ; his ' My Great-Aunt's 
Manuscript,' ix. 29 ; and Winchmore Hill, 187 ; 
and Capt. Starkey, xi. 241, 372 ; and his 
" Pepe," xii. 168, 250 

Lamb (E. H.) on Hemming = Stevens, iii. 349 

Lamb (Mary), and play at Sadler's Wells, i. 7, 70, 
96, 136 ; in Great Russell Street, viii. 421 ; ix. 
37 

Lamb in place-names, iii. 109, 149, 294 

Lambarde (Capt. F. F.) on " The Crooked Billet," 
x. 77. Fitzroy (George), Duke of Northumber- 
land, viii. 289 

Lambert (F.) on authors of quotations wanted, 
vii. 489 

Lamberton (J. P.) on English ancestry of General 
Grant, iv. 47. Izard, iv. 237. Pop goes the 
weasel, iv. 55 

Lamberton Toll, marriages at, ii. 516 

Lambeth, term of tenure, ii. 173 

Lambeth Register and the Parker consecration, 
xii. 62, 112, 172 

Lambpark, field-name, its etymology, xii. 388, 473 

Lambs and green fields, prayers about, viii. 410 

Lame dog poem, vii. 89 

Lamont harp, i. 329 ; ii. 71, 132 



Lamplighter's ladder, its disuse, ix. 389, 430, 471 t 

x. 12 

Lamprey (A. S.) on Orange toast, viii. 269 ^ 
Lamprey family of Dublin, vi. 490 
Lampson (O. L.) on Washington, viii. 188 
Lampte, in report of 1564-5, its meaning, xii. 388 r 

473 
Lamy (Dr. John) = Ann Knox, temp. George II.,. 

xii. 210 

Lanarth or Llanarth, barony of, i. 489 ; ii. 212 
Lancashire and Cheshire wills, i. 38 
Lancashire custom : Wet-rents, vi. 426 
Lancashire in 1574 the " sincke of Popery," viii- 

387 

Lancashire toast, its authorship, ii. 10, 58 
Lancaster, statue of Queen Victoria at, x. 124 
Lancaster (Henry, Count of) and Charles the Bold r 

i. 189, 232, 335 
Lancaster (Joseph), his portrait in the National 

Portrait Gallery, iii. 468 ; and Harriet, 1811, 

iv. 29 

Lancaster (R. H.), painter, xi. 490 
Lancaster Bridge, drawing of, c. 1780, viii. 168 
Lancaster celebrities, 1558-1881, their portraits,, 

ix. 467 

Lancaster clockmakers, ix. 487 
Lancaster family of Milverton, Somerset, x. 386 
Lancaster red rose, earliest use, viii. 9 
Land lying towards the sun, vi. 106, 215 
Land measure, 1715, piddle as, x. 326, 373 
Land of Bus, sunken, its locality, vi. Ill 
Land of Green Ginger, name explained, xii. 240 
Land offices in North America, 1774, xii. 150, 415- 
Landbote, in churchwardens' accounts, xi. 369, 432 
Landed property in the Franco-German War, i.. 

226 
Landguard Fort and " Commissary " Stubl:ins r 

ix. 230 

Landmark, gibbet as, ix. 371, 438 
Lando (Ortensio) and Eugenio Raimondi, iii. 363 
Landolphe (F. E.) on first National Anthem, iv* 

249 

Landor (W. S.) and Giles Manage, viii. 407, 451 
Land-waiter, its meaning, vii. 40 
Land-water, Cornish use of the word, ix. 507 
Lane (Anna Catherina) = John Cculson, ii. 269 
Lane (H. Murray) on Charles the Bold, i. 232. 

Step -brother, i. 475 
Lane (John) on English Government fund for 

French emigre's, v. 327. Hawkins (Sir Christo- 
pher), x. 268. Lady in the House of Lords, xi, 

129. Napoleon III. in London, ix. 327. Noyes 

(Robert), xi. 288. Parliamentary anecdotes, 

xii. 227. " Two Friends," Princes Street, -\% 

90 

Lane (Mrs.) and Peter Pindar, i. 226 
Lane (Sir Richard), 1584-1650, Lord Keeper, xii, 

449 
Lang (Andrew), his comments on " Hirsles yont,' r 

iii. 224 ; and the Campden Mystery, 367 
Lang (Andrew) on author of 'St. Johnstoun,' ii. 

407. Iron in Homer, vii. 141 
Langbaine (Provost Gerard), viii. 229, 292 
Langdon (Roger), Mus.Doc., vii. 228 
Langford (Alexander), cloth maker, 1544, x. 407 
Langford (H. G.) on Shakespeariana, ii. 344 
Langland, his reference to Wy in Hampshire, vii. 

508 

Langley (G. W.) on " Ovah " bubbles, i. 169 
Langley (J.) on reindeer, its spelling, viii. 170. 

St. Peter's at Rome, xi. 448 
Langley Meynell, Derbyshire, and the Francis 

family, iii. 270, 331 



TENTH SEEIES. 



155 



Xiangridge (Nicholas), Fellow of Winchester 

College, ii. 45, 116 
Langstroher or Langstrother (William), Preceptor 

at Eagle, viii. 490 ; ix. 12 
JLangton (T.) on Johnson and the letter H, ii. 446. 

Rule of the road, iii. 96 
Langtry estate in Ireland, yii. 128, 198 
Language, vicissitudes of, i. 74 
Language and physiognomy, their association, xii. 

365, 416 
Languages, Charles V. on, i. 227 ; in Burma, vii. 

166 ; secret, viii. 190 
Langworthy (C. D.) on " The Star and Garter," 

1842, iv. 150 
Lannarth and Carnmarth, Cornish place-names, 

ix. 309 ; x. 252 

Lansdowne MS., xii. 720 ; its writer, 188 
Lansdowne Passage, Berkeley Street, its history, 

x. 249, 356 
Lanteglos, near Fowey, its old parish chest, vii. 

498 

X,antern, architectural, called " bowet," v. 126, 214 
Lantern slides and photographs, their registration, 

iii. 85 

Jjanx, Roman, found at Welney, i. 86 
Laodah, Anglo-Chinese word for boatman, iii. 305 
Laplace (P. S.) mathematician, his dying saying, 

viii. 210 

Xiapland, William Penn on, i. 190, 275 
Lappassit, use of the word, c. 1679, xi. 149, 238 
Lapworth, " Pedlar's Rest " at, vii. 266, 415 
Lapworth registers, Shakespeares in, viii. 486 
Larcin, use of the word, iii. 87 
Lares & Penates, business firm, xii. 384 
Las Palmas, inscriptions to Englishmen at, i. 482 ; 

ii. 155 

Lascar jargon, xi. 27, 92, 135 

Lasham, place-name, its derivation, i. 72, 113, 137 
Lasham (F.) on Ashplace-name, i. 113 
X<assa, Hue and Gabet's account, ii. 29 
Lassalle (F.), his " iron law," v. 188 
Latham (E.) on " All roads lead to Rome," i. 112. 
Anatomic Vivante, i. 138. Authors of quota- 
tions, ii. 295 ; iii. 148 ; vii. 309, 493 ; viii. 169. 
Belot (Adolphe), iv. 177. Chancel (Ausone 
de), vi. 216, 335 ; vii. 355. Close, iv. 89. 
Cortel clocks, viii. 156. Coup de Jarnac, i. 197. 
" Ecrivez les injures," &c., viii. 489. " Esprit 
de 1'escalier," vii. 189, 393. ' ' Eternal feminine," 
i. 234, 496. Excommunication of Louis XIV., 
i. 69. " First catch your hare," i. 254. French 
miniature painter, i. 137. French proverbial 
phrases, i. 3, 485 ; ii. 404 ; iii. 203 ; iv. 504 ; 
v. 243 ; vii. 49. Gaboriau's ' Marquis d'Angi- 
val,' ii. 58. Genealogy in Dumas, vii. 137. 
' Honest broker," ii. 452. Hugo's ' Les 
Abeilles Imp^riales,' ii. 57. " I expect to pass 
through," v. 393, 498. " La vie est vaine " : 
L. Montenaeken, vi. 81. Latin lines, vii. 149. 
' Mais on revient toujours," i. 35. Masions de 
Corneille, vii. 469. Melisande : Ettarre, iv. 107. 
Months and days in French, vii. 290. " Morale," 
i. 204. Nodier (C.) or Leclercq, vi. 509. " Owl- 
light," i. 71. People to be avoided or cultivated, 
vii. 130. Poem in one sentence, v. 148. Pre- 
cept on drunkenness, vi. 288. Prisoner suckled 
Tjy his daughter, v. 453. Proverbs, two old, 
viii. 215. Quattrocento, viii. 189. Quota- 
tions wanted, i. 213 ; iv. 92 ; v. 108, 397, 408 ; 
vi. 129. " Ragotin, ce matin," v. 328. ' Re- 
commended to Mercy,' i. 109, 232, 434. " Red 
Lion," Henley-on-Thames, vi. 69. Reynolds 
Joshua) at Le Portel, v. 356. Robin Hood 



in French, vi. 16. " The hand that rocks the 
cradle," iv. 447 ; v. 357. Thune : (Eil-de- 
bceuf , French slang, vii. 153. ' Travailler pour 
le Roide Prusse," i. 195 ; v. 206. Varap^e, 
viii. 349. Weighing-machine wisdom, iv. 14 

Latham (Rev. Robert Gordon and Rev. Charles), 
c. 1804-6, iv. 469 

Lathomus on Freemasonry : W. Gordon, xii. 49 

Latin, " roping " a horse in, i. 448, 513 

Latin couplets, vi. 28, 75, 92, 173 

Latin elegiacs, Shakespeare's Sonnet cxlvi. in, 
i. 204 

Latin-English-Basque dictionary, iv. 143, 255, 
333 ; vi. 51 ; viii. 16 

Latin epitaphs, xi. 6 

Latin forms of surnames, v. 227 

Latin funeral inscriptions, ix. 449 

Latin genitives in iloricultural nomenclature, v. 
309, 355 

Latin inscription in Italy, x. 209 

Latin lines, translation of, i. 248, 314, 373 ; 
mutilated, 268, 353 ; " Errata alterius," vii. 
149 

Latin lines on Buxton, viii. 69, 332 

Latin lines on sleep, ix. 390 

Latin MS. and Psalter at Ugbrooke, i. 109 

Latin plurals, fictitious, i. 54, 193 

Latin poets, " marmor " and the sea in, v. 106, 153 

Latin pronunciation in England, vii. 108, 170, 294 ; 
ix. 81, 131, 175, 251, 314, 351, 511 ; x. 73 

Latin quotations, i. 188 ; ii. 110, 276 ; v. 88 

Latin quotations identified, ix. 37 

Laton family of York, xi. 208, 257 

Latta surname, viii. 190, 317, 377 

Lattice tongs in Wales, ix. 67, 312 

Latton (John), of Burwood House, Surrey, v. 
149,216 

Lauder (Mr.), Scottish vocalist, 1758, x. 288 

Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, ancient cope at, 
v. 265 

Laughing, its pronunciation, xi. 509 

Laugh ton (Sir J. K.) on authors of quotations 
wanted, vii. 69. Barclay (Capt. R. H.), iv. 28. 
Cape Bar men, ii. 346. Chamberlain (Commo- 
dore), x. 372. Condado, v. 47, 114, 317. 
" Dish of turnips," vi. 48. Dundas (Sir 
Lawrence), iv. 448. French heraldry, ii. 267. 
Grievance Office : John Le Keux, ii. 207, 413. 
John (Prior), at Brighton, ix. 497. Keeler 
(Rear-Admiral), xi. 412. ' Memoires de M. de 
Lage de Cueilly,' xi. 346. Naval action of 
1779, ii. 271. Nelson relic in Corsica, v. 137. 
Nelson's signal, iv. 370, 471 ; v. 56. Poem 
by H. F. Lyte, ii. 351. Rhine a French boun- 
dary, xi. 307. Rogestvensky, iii. 304. Ruther- 
furd (Capt.) at Trafalgar, xi. 73, St. Andrew's 
cross, ix. 114. Ships renamed after the 
Restoration, xi. 73. Tricolour, ii. 290. Tur- 
vile, iii. 367. Walker (Sir H.), Boyne man-of- 
war, xi. 74. Yeo : Downie, vi. 448 

Launceston, " Pretty Maids' Money ' at, v. 6 ; 
Pannier Market at, 426 

Launceston Castle, its antiquity, xi. 285 

Launde Priory and arms of Saffron Walden 
Abbey, xii. 249 

Laureateship, Joseph Knight on, viii. 267, 311 

Laurel crowns at Olympia, iii. 87 

Laurel spared by lightning, ii. 193 

Laurence (French), wit mentioned by Macaulay, 
xi. 309, 355 ; xii. 290 

Laurence (John), writer on gardening, ii. 246 

Laurenson (Thos.), his 'Secrets in Art and 
Nature,' iii. 249 



156 



GENEKAL INDEX. 



Laurie (T. Werner) on Clifford's Inn, ix. 407 

Lava, nietaphoric use of the word, v. 325 

Lavender : Sweet Lavender, London street-cry, 
x. 146 ; xii. 176 

Lavender (Jennie) on almsmen, Westminster, iv. 
168 

Law, fondness of negroes for, i. 206 ; contempt 
for, in a will, iii. 165 

Law (E.) on Pitt Club, vi. 389 

Law (G.) on Bass Bock music, i. 308 

Law (J.) on ' Woodland Mary,' viii. 14 

Law (John) of Lauriston, books relating to, vii. 
149, 233 

Law (T. P.) on Dr. Robert Gurney, xi. 149. 
Houston and Gordon families, xii. 349. Yonge 
(Rev. Henry), xi. 129 

Law, Roman, its moral substance summarized, x. 
469 ; xi. 38 

Law and Jackson families, xii. 48 

Law family of Lauriston, x. 367, 434 

Law family of Scotland and Ireland, viii. 367 

' Law List ' needed, iii. 387 

Law terms, early, x. 29, 97 

Lawlor (Major W.), c. 1807, his biography, xi. 69 

Lawrance, spelling used c. 1498, i. 310 

Lawrance (A.) on Lawrance family of Bath, iii. 308 

Lawrance (H.), fanmaker of Pall Mall, c. 1787, i. 
310 

Lawrance (R. Murdoch) on bibliography of epi- 
taphs, ii. 534 

Lawrance (R. M.) on Burns's letters to Geo. 
Thomson, iii. 148. English officials under 
foreign Governments, iii. 415. Greig (Admiral 
Sir Samuel), ii. 173. Lamont harp, ii. 71. 
Lancashire toast, ii. 10. Lawrance, fan- 
maker, i. 310. Mesmerism in the Dark Ages, 
ii. 168 

Lawrance family of Bath, iii. 308, 377 

Lawrence (F.) on Goethe, v. 492 

Lawrence (Sir Henry), Lord Roberts on, ix. 2 

Lawrence (Sir James), his ' Empire of the Nairs,' 
iii. 463 

Lawrence (John), admitted to Emmanuel College, 
1652, iv. 388, 497 

Lawrence (John), clerk, of Stamford, d. 1700, x. 410 

Lawrence (R. G.) on Woffington, ii. 88 

Lawrence (Sir Thomas), commemoration table, 
ii. 425 ; and embroidery pictures, ix. 150, 193, 
494 ; portrait by, xii. 90, 133 

Lawrence (W. J.) on ' Beggar's Opera ' in Dublin, 
iii. 364. Bland (John), Edinburgh actor- 
manager, iv. 204. Cameron (Jenny), of Lochiel, 
ii. 447. Delane (Dennis), his death, vi. 328, 354. 
Drama, early, in Chester, ii. 29. Irish-printed 
plays, i. 84. Lewis (John), scenic artist, 
i. 87. Locke's music for ' Macbeth,' ii. 142. 
Mackliniana, i. 506. Parkgate theatre, iii. 355. 
Pit of a theatre, i. 286. Preston Jubilee, vii. 
227. Purcell's music for ' The Tempest,' ii. 164, 
329. Scaramouch, x. 153. Sterling (Rev. 
James), iii. 385. Swift (Dean) and the Irish 
stage, iii. 265. Violante (Madame), in Edin- 
burgh, iii. 408. Walker (Thomas), in Dublin, 
ii. 247. Winston's ' The Theatric Tourist,' 
x. 307. Woffington (Peg), ii. 226 ; v. 90. 
Zoffany's Indian portraits, viii. 14 

Lawrence family arms, v. 288 

Lawrence -Hamilton (J.) on Britain's tithe of fish, 
ii. 187. Dutch fishermen, i. 87. Fish days, 
their number, i. 290. Fishmongers' Company 
and German Emperor, iii. 148. Flesh and 
shamble meats, i. 68. Twopenny for head, 
iv. 69 



Lawrenny Churchyard, curious epitaph, xii. 507 

Lawry or Lory family, xii. 50 

Laws (E.) on Robert Brockholes, vi. 353. Portions r 

pensions, x. 310 

Laws of the Commonwealth, 1653, ix. 89, 158 
Laws of the Conqueror and the Confessor, xi. 

269 
Laws of gravity and the ancient Greeks, viii. 210. 

394 ; ix. 16 
Lawson (Capt. J. A.), his ' New Guinea,' &c., iv- 

407, 456 
Lawson (R.) on " As merry as griggs," i. 94- 

Epitaph, i. 69. Myddelton family, vii. 13 
Lawson (Sir Wilfrid) and " local option," viii. 50,. 

196 

Lawton and Chandos families, vii. 309 
Lawyer outwitted, 1839-49, xii. 289 
Lawyers and the drawing-up of wills, vii. 266 ? 

viii. 16 

Lawyers' language, ix. 286 
Layard (G. S.)on Du Maurier and Shirley Brooks,. 

ix. 52 
Laying, the word in churchwarden's accounts,, 

iv. 509 

Laystall = a burial-place, i. 440 
Layton (E. M.) on beside, iv. 375. " Fountain 

heads and pathless groves," iv. 350. John- 
son's ' Vanity of Human Wishes,' v. 78. Lamb's 

essay ' My Relations,' iv. 464. Lamb's grand- 
mother, iv. 328 

Lazarhouses in ancient London, i. 70, 295 
Lazarus and Dives, continuation of the parable r 

v. 370 
'Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices.' See 

Dickens. 
Le, before trade-names, c. 1600, xii. 189, 237, 477 ? 

in place-names, xii. 280 
Le Blon, his mezzotints in colours, x. 450 ; xi- 

16 

Le Fevre (N.), chemist to Charles II., x. 227 
Le Franceys, Francissus, or Franceys family and 

Urswick, vi. 88 
Le Keux and Grievance Office, ii. 207, 374, 413, 

537 
Le Neve (Peter), Aubrey's ' Surrey ' annotated by r 

v. 308 

Le Portel and Sir Joshua Reynolds, v. 228, 356 
Le Soeur, his statue of Charles I., xii. 225, 397 
Le Treyer (Robert), d. 1306, his will, v. 303 
Le Wett (B.) on pictures at Teddington, vii. 88 
Lea (Rev. Samuel) and Newport School, 1725, xi- 

363 

Leach (Arthur F.), errors in his edition of ' Visita- 
tions of Southwell,' iii. 66 
Leach (Arthur F.) on our oldest public school,. 

i. 269. Schools first established, iii. 251 
Leach (Sir William), mentioned by Evelyn, his 

descendants, v. 169 
Leach family of Squerries, i. 293, 334 
Lead = language, iii. 145, 197 
Lead mines, nicking, revival of custom, vi. 405 
Leadbetter (J. C.) on House of Lords, iii. 497 
Leadbitter (Mrs. T.) on ' Evolution of the Male/ 

vii. 309 
Leaden figures, history of the industry, xii. 28,. 

153, 198 
Leader : leading article, origin of the terms, ii- 

345 

Leading articles in three paragraphs, iv. 128 
Leaguer, use of the word, xi. 386, 476 
Leake (B.) on Shakespeariana, xi. 425 
Lealand, use of the word by W. Morris, vi. 66 
Leamington-on-Sea, created by The Globe, x. 47 



TENTH SERIES. 



157 



Lean (Vincent Stuckey) and Maclean family, ii. 

466>, iii. 14 

Leap-gate and lidgate defined, vi. 128, 238 
Leap year, astronomically explained, i. 228 ; 
February 24 or 28 duplicated, ix. 148, 191, 254, 
289, 393 
Leases, long, examples, i. 32 ; iii. 160 ; vi. 420 ; 

xii. 365 

Leasingham, Lincoln, mediaeval riot at, iv. 31 
Leastall = a burial-place, i. 440 
Leather bindings, German, x. 369 
Lebour (N.) on inscription concerning Corbridge, 

ix. 249 

Lebrun (Madame). See Vigee. 
Leche bell, explanation of the term, i. 166 
Leche family, i. 207, 274, 293, 334, 397 ; ii. 348 
Lectern, wooden, at St. Cross Hospital, Winches- 
ter, xii. 150 

Lector on John Butler, x. 290 
Lederer (John), his ' Discourses,' iv. 467 
Ledger (W.) on royal arms in churches, v. 188 
Ledig, etymology of the word, iii. 288, 336 
Lee (A. Colling wood) on " Angel " of an inn, x. 
55. " Better an old man's darling," x. 375. 
Butchers and juries, viii. 17. English players 
in Germany in 1592, viii. 518. ' Envied 
Favourite,' iii. 71. Facetious legal judgment, 
v. 286. ' Ginevra,' x. 268. Lillo's ' Fatal 
Curiosity,' vi. 435. Oxford ' Sausage,' ii. 
227. Portraits which have led to marriages, 
iii. 377. Proverbs, two old, viii. 136. Sindbad 
the Sailor, vii. 272. Spanish lady's love for 
an Englishman, iv. 238. Tunes, old, x. 93. 
Ungrateful son, ix. 466 
Lee (G. E.) on Coutances and Winchester, ii. 231. 

St. Martin Pomeroy, x. 452 
Lee (Harriet), her biography, 1766-1851, viii. 131, 

197 
Lee (Rev. J. N.) on Jeudy-Dugour on Cromwell, 

ix. 210 

Lee (Matthew) alias Tyson, viii. 390, 436 
Lee (Nathaniel), his ' Theodosius,' the nightingale 

and death, viii. 57 

Lee (Sidney) on Shakespeare's epitaph, x. 346, 396 
Lee (W.) on Duchess of Gloucester, i. 209 
Lee family, ix. 130 

Leech (David), poet, c. 1624, his biography, ix. 410 
Leech (John), epigrammatist, c. 1614, his bio- 
graphy, ix. 410 
Leech (John), and ' Punch,' iv. 107 ; his etchings 

on steel, x. 247 

Leech-gathering, ix. 189, 290, 375 
Leeds (C. E.) on "He who knows not," i. 167. 

" King of Patterdale," i. 193 
Leeds (Duke of), his peerage title, iv. 169 
Leeds, Yorkshire, royal mint at, iii. 489 ; iv. 51 
Leeper (A.) on "Adding insult to injury," i. 4. 
Aristophanes's ' Wasps,' vi. 253. Astronomy 
in ' Gulliver's Travels,' iv. 86. " Beatific 
vision," ii. 7. ' Chevy Chase,' iv. 537. Drapier, 
omission from the ' N.E.D.,' iv. 286. Grove 
(Sir George) on C. H. Spurgeon's scholarship, 
iii. 206. Herondas, his date, i. 336. Irish soil 
exported, iv. 113. Keble's ' Christian Year,' 
viii. 197. ' Kottabos,' Dublin University 
magazine, viii. 46. Laurel crowns at Olympia, 
iii. 392. " Marmor " and the sea, v. 106. 
1 Non olet (pecunia)," viii. 64. O'Neill seal, 
ii. 539. Rome under Elagabalus, vi. 376. 
St. Paul's quotation from Epimenides, i. 405. 
Sexton's tombstone, i. 457. Trinity Tuesday, 
vii. 507. Vanessa's burial-place, xii. 346 
Leet : Court Leet, survivals, vii. 327, 377 



Leffmann (H.) on American genealogies, xi. 175. 
French Gazette, x. 268. Nanny Natty Cote : 
Lucy Locket, xi. 397 

Lefran^ois (G.) on St. Nicholas's, Rouen, xii. 47 
Lefroy (H.) on expedition to Ireland, 1573, ix. 190. 

Lefroy family, ii. 529 
Lefroy family, ii. 529 ; iii. 197 
Leg growing after death, legend, x. 506 ; xi. 

72, 471 

Legal documents, Scotch, " lie " in, xii. 388, 478 
Legal precedents, book of, 1725-50, ii. 365, 437 
Lega-Weekes (Ethel) on Adam's commemorative 
pillars, iv. 69. Aisle : alley, xi. 267. Aunt 
Sally : Sallee, xi. 305. Axstede ware, ii. 149. 
Bandy Leg Walk, xi. 35. Barrar, i. 515. 
Batrome, i. 88, 173. Belliter, bell-founder, 
vi. 206, 297. Botemen : Landbote, xi. 369. 
Bowet, architectural lantern, v. 126. Burgoyne 
Private Act of Parliament, ix. 381. Chantries 
and church stores, vii. 467. Cherry in place- 
names, vi. 136. Chrisom, xi. 475. Church- 
wardens' accounts, vi. 36. Clergy, inferior, 
their appellations : Sir, ix. 286. Cross banner, 
xi. 249. Foleit, i. 309. Fossel : fossett, xi. 
496. Fostell, foslett, coffer or casket, iv. 48. 
Foulard, i. 307. Fulling days, ii. 389. Funeral : 
burial, viii. 9. Ghost-words, iii. 405. Hare- 
path, i. 517. Healen penny, xii. 98. Hock : 
hog : hoga, vii. 407, 495. Hockday : pottage 
called hok, i. 187. King's Old Bargehouse, 
viii. 167 ; x. 88. Kirk, Glasgow shipbuilder, 
v. 129. Lambeth, ii. 173. Lambpark : " one 
lampte," xii. 473. Lidgate : leap-gate, vi. 128. 
Manchet, ii. 328. Manor Court terms, xi. 
516. May Light and Young Men's Light, 
v. 494. Mediaeval clothing, iii. 346. Military 
musters : parish armour, xii. 422. Morte, 
its meaning, xii. 346. Musters in Devonshire, 
xi. 408. Pannier market, vi. 157. Parish 
clerks, men of family as, ix. 271. Passing- 
bell, vi. 170. Plantagenet (Anne), Duchess of 
Exeter, vii. 298. Plump in voting, vi. 212. 
Plurality of office, ii. 527. Pot-gallery, viii. 
517 ; ix. 212 ; xi. 333. Put-log : Pudding, 
building term, xi. 328. Quarterstaves, iii. 165. 
Rood-lofts, vii. 482. Royal arms in churches, 
vi. 53. Skellat bell : Mort bell, i. 166. Sta- 
tioning relics, ix. 89. Taxes in England, viii. 
430. Tinners in military musters, vii. 428. 
Travelling in England, 1600-1700, v. 433, 455. 
Tudor spelt Tidder, xi. 453. Waining bells, 
vi. 169 

Legend, Tartar, of Alexander the Great, vii. 126 
Legend weight, meaning of the term, xii. 67 
Legends : Amintas and the amaranth, viii. 150 ; 
Arundel Castle, 390, 434, 473 ; Sawbridge- 
worth, Herts, xii. 366 

Legends on English coins, vii. 183, 237, 294, 318 
Legenvre, artist, c. 1833, iii. 309, 437 
Leges on Sir James Burrough, viii. 430 
Legg (John), Wiltshire naturalist, c. 1780, ii. 291 
Leggatt (E. E.) on Madame Parisot, iii. 208 
Legio on Roman legions, xi. 290 
Legiones on Roman legions, xii. 230 
Legislation against profanity, viii. 269 
Leicarraga, German reprint of his books, i. 284, 
315 ; his Baskish New Testament, 1571, vii. 
215 ; viii. 56 
Leicarragan verb, iii. 267 
Leicester, folk-lore of the county, vi. 509 
Leicester, " Riding of St. George " at, ii. 511 
Leicester (Robert Dudley, Earl of), his portrait, 
i. 404 ; iii. 368 



158 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Leicester (Simon, Earl of), and Peter, Baron 
Montfort, their families, v. 207, 294 

Leicester Square, " Great Globe ' at, ii. 529 ; 
bibliography of, iv. 35, 135 ; Mr. Moxhay's 
connexion with, iii. 307, 357, 395, 474 ; v. 57 

' Leicester's Ghost,' poem published 1641, v. 388, 
436 

Leigh (Lyster), Westminster scholar, xi. 469 

Leigh (Medora), date of her birth, ix. 408 

Leigh (R. A. Austen) on Edward Barnard, xi. 116. 
Eton College names, xi. 350. Eton lists, ii. 107 ; 
iii. 87 ; iv. 187, 356. Falcon Court, Shoe Lane, 
xi. 128. Great New Street, xi. 229. ' Modern 
Universal British Traveller,' v. 69. 

Leifehton (Frederic), portrait of Robert Browning, 
viii. 67 

Leighton (H.) on hermit of Cape Malea, vi. 268. 
Hilton family, ix. 336. West's picture of 
Wolfe's death, vi. 173. 

Leighton (H. R.), his book on British crests, v. 
308, 436 

Leighton (H. R.) on Addison's ancestry, x. 355. 
Arms wanted, i. 155. Bennett family, ii. 9. 
Dickens and Pickwick, xi. 7. Fitz Warine 
family, iii. 109. Gallic surname, v. 454. 
Hymners of New Inn, x. 410 ; xi. 76. Kent, 
East Indiaman, x. 430. Leighton (Rev. Henry), 
vii. 249. Leighton's ' British Crests,' v. 436. 
Parish clerks, ix. 334. Provincial booksellers, 
vi. 443. Royal Kepier School, Houghton-le- 
Spring, vii. 68. Royal Oak Day, iv. 30. Wat- 
son of Hamburg, i. 409 

Leighton (W.) on William Brown, artist, ix. 367 

Leipzic, bows and arrows at battle of, i. 225 

Leirion on ' Cranford,' vii. 273 

Leisure, etymology of the word, iii. 288, 336 

Leith, Thomas Gladstone and bread riots in, ii. 
388 ; lines on horse-racing at, viii. 182 ; print 
of Mary, Queen of Scots, at, x. 229 

Leith pier, early reference to, iv. 387 

Leland (C. G.), his ' Pidgin-English Sing-song,' v. 
90 

Leland (J.), his references to the Icknield Way, 
ix. 88 ; on Trowbridga, 1540, x. 407 

Leman (C. E.) on " Scole Inn," Norfolk, i. 248 

Leman (Sir Thomas), his biography, i. 8 

Leman family of Suffolk, ii. 248, 317 

Leng (D. C.) on "Noli altum sapere," xii. 168. 
Surnames in -eng, x. 428 

Lennan (F. M.) on the Bonassus, xi. 356 

Lennox (Lady Sarah) and George III., viii. 387 

Leodegarius, Bishop of Autun, killed in 678, 
vii. 117 

Leofdegn, its meaning, iv. 51 

Lepel (Molly), Lady Hervey, her descent, iii. 127, 
172, 254 

Leper hymn-writer, i. 227, 296 

Lepers' Hospital at Newport, Essex, its de- 
molition, viii. 27 

Lepretre (Abb6 L.) on Reynolds at Le Portel, v. 

228 
' Lesbian lead," meaning of the term, vii. 209, 256 

Lesczcynski (Stanislaus), King of Poland, his de- 
scendants, iii. 429 

Lese-majest^, early use of the term, x. 507 

' Les Jumelles,' iv. 9. 

Lesk or Lisk family, ii. 68, 433 

Leslie (Major J. H.) on General Robert Bell, viii. 
489. Chasseurs Britanniques, v. 369. Hough 
family, xi. 429. Lisbon plot, v. 370. Matross: 
topass, vii. 476. Royal Artillery officers, ii. 
528. Shrewsbury clock : " Point of war," 
viii. 8. 



Leslie (J. S.) on Miss Crawford, Canadian poet, 

xii. 310 
L'Espec (Sir Walter) and Richard Speke, ii. 287, 

513 ; iii. 30 
L'Estrange (Col.), his ' Merry Thoughts in a Sad 

Place,' i. 141, 193, 250 
L'Estrange (Sir Roger) and ' History of Self- 

Defence,' vii. 155, 474 
Lethieullier (Smart), his MSS., ii. 508 
Letter, postscript of a woman's, xi. 489 ; xii. 

18 
Letters, Sir R. Peel's franked and stamped, v. 48, 

216, 274 ; laconic, 108, 153, 171, 197, 234 ; 

copyright in, v. 128, 176, 217, 314 ; xi. 125 ; 

earliest process of copying, v. 287, 351 
Letters, autograph, first sale by auction of, vii. 

428 

Letters, private, first sent by post, i. 57, 133, 175 
Letters of the alphabet, their names, iii. 228, 277, 

292, 336 ; initial, instead of words, ix. 126, 174 ; 

x. 176, 258, 416 

Letters of Junius, articles on, ix. 386, 430 
Letts (M. H. I.) on Johnsoniana, x. 73 
Lettsom (Dr. J. C.), lines on, v. 148, 191, 210, 

393, 514 

Lever (Charles), original of his Mickey Free, i. 52 
Leveson-Gower (A. F. G.) on cremation in 1769, 

ix. 76. Crespigny (Sir Claude Champion de), 

p* 

viii. 7 

Levy (M.) on Jerusalem Court, Fleet Street, vii. 
29. " There are more acres in Yorkshire," xii. 
509 

Lewen (Miss) and John Wesley, i. 189, 218 
Lewes Grammar School, its history, v. 268, 337 
Lewis, friend of " Sporting Jack Mytton," vii. 

347 

Lewis (A. S.) on " Badger's Bush " Inn, vii. 271. 
" Bawms March," vii. 231. ' Black Horse ' 
Inn, vii. 475. Cambridge early lists, x. 36. 
Campbell-Bannerman (Sir H.) on Britain's 
supremacy of the sea, vii. 234. Cathay, its 
pronunciation, vii. 235. Charterhouse poetry 
collection, ix. 56. ' Collection of Thoughts,' 
1707, vii. 133. Dipping well in Hyde Park, 
vii. 296. Dole cupboards, vii. 17. Ely House 
or Albemarle House, vii. 312. Flint and steel, 
vii. 452. Halesowen, Worcestershire, viii. 31. 
Haymarket, Westminster, vii. 371. Hodson 
of the Indian Mutiny, viii. 348. Houses without 
fireplaces or chimneys, viii. 29. Hurstmon- 
ceaux, its pronunciation, vii. 355. * Lawyers in 
Love,' vii. 175. Leaden figures, xii. 153. 
Lyttons at Knebworth, vii. 314. Matches in 
Congreve, vii. 452. Mourning rites in Persia, 
vii. 338. Naval action, 1814 : T. Barratt 
Power, vii. 352. ' Penrose's Journal ' : turtle- 
riding, vii. 216. Preston Jubilee, vii. 276. 
Seringapatam, vii. 317. Slingsby, male dancer, 
vii. 433. Talman (W.) and Hampton Court 
Palace, vii. 396. Thompson (J.), portrait 
painter, viii. 56. Vintners' Company, xii. 
153. Ward surname, vii. 154. ' Whipping 
the cat," ix. 5. Windmills in Sussex, vii. 215. 
' Wrong Man, The,' vii. 454 
Lewis (General C. Algernon), first commission, ii. 

17 

Lewis (F. C.), his picture ' The Nautch,' xii. 490 
Lewis (John), portrait painter and scenic artist, 

i. 87, 153 

Lewis (M. G.), his " Stay, gaoler ! stay," ix. 14 
Lewis (R.) on authors of quotations, viii. 236 
Lewis (William), and 35, King; Street, Co vent 
Garden, iv. 148, 218, 331 



TENTH SEKIES. 



159 



Lewisham, demolition of Colfe's Alnishouses, ii. 

324 

Lewknor (Edward), ' D.N.B.' on, i. 307 
Leybourn (William), c. 1648, his biography, xi. 307 
Lezze on authors of quotations wanted, xii. 288 
' Liber Landavensis,' twelfth-century MS., ii. 149 
Liberator on tale of drop of water, ix. 448 
' Libert^, Egalite, Fraternity," its history, x. 406 
Libertines, Genevan reformers, c. 1538, viii. 268, 

373 
Liberty, Cap of, English instances of its use, ix. 

507 ; x. 52 

Libra on guinea balances, iii. 347 
Librarian on Gibbon's father and mother, xii. 325. 
Hogling-money, xi. 130. Inscriptions at Lu- 
cerne, vi. 195. Massacre of St. Bartholomew, 
vii. 389. Nonconformist burial-grounds, x. 
334. Robins (George Henry), ix. 516. Suicides 
buried in the open fields, v. 76. ' Voice of the 
Church,' v. 167. Wilmot family, xi. 428 
Libraries, seventeenth-century, iv. 222, 303 ; v. 
429 ; public, printed catalogues of, iv. 388, 
454 ; London free public, vi. 251, 315 ; paro- 
chial, c. 1724, 387 ; free, and Mr. Andrew 
Carnegie, x. 400 

Library : seventeenth-century, iv. 222 ; private, 
c. Charles I., 303 ; in St. Martin's Street, 
1791, its history, viii. 27 ; genealogical circu- 
lating, xi. 5, 78 

Library, Alexandrian, at Milan, x. 158 
Library, Liverpool, founded 1758, its history, 

ix. 149 

Library, London, and authors, ix. 4 
Library, Turin, burnt, i. 387 
Licence : license, the spelling, ii. 484 ; iii. 31 
Licence, selling beer without a, viii. 232, 294 
Licences to travel, xi. 149, 233, 432 
License : licence, the spelling, ii. 484 ; iii. 31 
Licere, etymology of the word, iii. 288, 336 
Lichfield, Ascension Day devotions at wells, iv. 
32 ; Johnson bicentenary celebration at, xi. 
467 
Lichfield and Coventry, Nicholas, Bishop of, iii. 

328, 375. 

Lichfield Cathedral, semi-effigies in, ii. 269, 434 
Lichfield will proved 1553-4, bequests in, vi. 

210 
Lickar Stone at Aberdeen, meaning of the word, 

ix. 389 
Lickbarrow (Isabella), her ' Poetical Effusions,' 

x. 403 ; xi. 38 
Liddel (Prof. Duncan) and bibliography of Theses, 

xii. 27 

Lidderdale = Hepburn, iv. 509 
Lidgate and leap-gate defined, vi. 128, 238 
Lie, meaning in Scotch legal documents, xii. 388, 

478 

Lies, Japanese master of, i. 485 
Lieutenant on Breedon family, ix. 151 
Lieutenants of the Tower, ix. 61, 161, 243, 390, 

490 

Life-star folk-lore, vii. 129, 196, 257 ; viii. 34 
Lifts, passenger, early, iv. 350 ; ix. 67 
Liggers, c. 1474, meaning of the word, viii. 449 ; 

ix. 36 

Light (Col. William), his publications, iii. 85 
Light called " Trill upon my Harp," ii. 148 
Light Dragoons, 4th, their uniform, iv. 69, 132 
1 Light for the Jews,' 1656 and 1664, ix. 230 
Lightfoot (Hannah), portrait at Knowle Hall, vii. 
289, 350 ; and George III., viii. 300, 321, 402, 
483 ; mystery of, ix. 24, 122, 264, 266, 374 ; 
xi. 472 ; xii. 94 



Lightning, its forms, i. 158 ; forests set on fire by, 

iv. 28, 95, 153, 213 ; holly tree as protection 

from, v. 167 

Lights of London, use of the phrase, iv. 45, 131 
Lightship at the Nore in 1731, v. 306 
Ligonier (John Louis, Earl), his biography, xi. 

285 
Lilbourne (John), " And what, shall then honest 

John Lilbourn die ? " i. 405 
Lilburne (Col. R.), letters in Guildhall Library, viii. 

207 
Lilienthal (Otto) his attempts at aviation, xii. 

126, 178 

Lilith, Adam's first wife, vii. 340 
" Lilliput Hall," public -house sign, Bermondsey, 

vi. 209 
Lillo (G.), plot of his ' Fatal Curiosity,' vi. 329, 

435 
Lily, Guernsey, its naturalization, x. 368, 412, 

456 ; xi. 55 

Lima on Georgian coins of 1745, ix. 290 
Limerick, name of a verse, xii. 300 
Lincoln, arms of the city and see, i. 168, 234; ii. 

37 ; Roman guards removed from Palestine to, 

ii. 469 ; unlucky for kings, vii. 29, 74, 212 ; 

called " Nichole " in ' The Brut,' viii. 35 ; High 

Constable of, c. 1820, xii. 309 
Lincoln (Abraham), and W'hately, iv. 46 ; and 

the phrase " Cave of Adullam," vi. 230, 331 ; 

compared with King Edward VII., 445 ; his 

Emancipation Proclamation, 1863, vii. 41 ; and 

European politicians, 165, 275, 318, 433 ; on 

the sufferings of slaves, vii. 248 ; viii. 14 ; 

and the Wycliffe Bible, 1324, ix. 10 ; and Tom 

Taylor, 26 ; and poem ' Mortality,' xi. 247, 397 
Lincoln civic insignia : Mayor's ring, iii. 387, 436 
Lincoln ecclesiastical inventory, iii. 388, 435 
Lincoln Green on Dorsetshire snake-lore, i. 253. 

May Light and Yoxing Men's Light, v. 429 
Lincoln Imp, trinket in form of, iv. 530 
Lincoln's Inn and the Earl of Lincoln, i. 401 
Lincoln's Inn Fields, laying out of, ii. 27 ; Sar- 
dinian Chapel, its effacement, v. 146 
Lincolnshire, aurora borealis in, 1640, i. 242 ; folk 

medicine in, ii. 446 ; surname prefixes in, vi. 

224 ; " restraynte ' of ' the townes," viii. 

47 ; Eglia in, identified, ix. 12 
Lincolnshire county tales, i. 505 
Lincolnshire death folk-lore, iv. 465, 515 ; v. 112 
Lincolnshire dialect, iv. 170, 190 
' Lincolnshire Family's Chequered History, vii. 

349, 497 ; viii. 33, 214, 371 
Lincolnshire jest, vii. 447 ; ix. 367 
Lincolnshire jingle, i. 266 
Lincolnshire names, xii. 168, 235, 296 
Lincolnshire poll-book, 1723, vii. 509 
Lincolnshire riddle, i. 204 
Lincolnshire saying : ' I see you come from 

Bardney," iii. 145 

Lind (Jenny) " I love the merry sunshine, xi. 487 
Lindenstead (A.) on Marlborough and Shake- 
speare, i. 127 

Lindimp on Clasketgate, Lincoln, xi. 29 
Lindis, name for the Witham, vi. 349 
Lindo (Francis), portrait painter, v. 189, 273 
Lindsay (Lady Anne), her ' Auld Robin Gray, vu 

284, 355, 395, 451 
Lindsay (C.) on ' The Kingdom's Intelligencer, 

viii. 396 
Lindsay (C. L.) on Archbishop Williams, i. 447. 

English Crown jewel, iii. 429 
Lindum Colonia on Grantham of Goltho family, v. 

231, 338 



160 



GENEKAL INDEX. 



Linen, bed and table, Oliver Cromwell's, ii. 268 
Lingen and Ingram families, ii. 487 
' Lingua,' play, c. 1662, ii. 126 
Linguistic curiosity in Corsica, vii. 307, 357 
Linhope on ' The Streets of London,' iii. 428 
Linkboys in Savile Row, relic of, vi. 345 
Links with the past, i. 325, 414, 513 ; ii. 286, 407 
Linley (Francis), blind Freemason, ii. 269 
Linn (R.) on Justice Hayes's ' Within Temple 
Gardens,' x. 468. Monroe (Dolly), x. 268. 
Whyte (Richard), c. 1744, xi. 507 
Lino on wooden fonts, iii. 254 
Linschoten, English translation of his ' Voyagie,' 

vii. 289, 334 

Linton (J.), portrait by, 1683, xii. 287, 333 
Lintot Society, its history, vi. 389, 431 
Lintott (Henry and James), their parentage, vi. 

469 
Linus (Pope) in St. Paul's outside the Walls, Rome, 

v. 129 
Linwood (Miss), her needlework pictures, vii. 281, 

392 

Lion, story of Ephis and his, ii. 448 ; iv. 351 
Lion and the unicorn rime, x. 208, 294, 436 
Liphook folk-lore, viii. 486 
Liqueur, Benedictine, x. 469 
Liquors, spirituous, dry applied to, viii. 269, 

371, 435 

Lisboa Occidental, the term explained, ix. 209, 275 
Lisbon, English burial-ground at, ii. 448 ; iii. 

34, 135 

Lisbon plot of September, 1810, v. 370 
Lisbons, used in bookbinding, iii. 309 
Lisgoole Abbey and Castle, co. Fermanagh, ix. 

368 

Lisk or Lesk family, ii. 68, 433 
Lisle family of Upway, Dorset, viii. 449 
Lismore Peerage, its history, vi. 429, 516 
Liss Place, Hampshire, its history, viii. 250, 414 
Literary allusions, vi. 29, 91, 155 ; viii. 410, 512 ; 

ix. 56 

Literary almanacs, English, viii. 347 
Literary Club, 1764, its membership, v. 190 ; and 

Dr. Johnson's Club, vi. 237, 294 
' Literary Companion,' 1848, its history, ix. 368, 

438 

Literary composition, Isaac Taylor on, vi. 463 
Literary pastimes, vi. 28, 75, 92, 173 
Literature, early references to sunspots in, vi. 308 
Literature, classical, as educative force, v. 189 
Literature, English, Dr. M. Hanmer on, v. 164, 
216 ; its treatment by colonial Ministers of 
Education, v. 226 
Literature, popular, in the sixteenth century, iv. 

486 
Literature dealing with eighteenth century, its 

defects, x. 361 

Lithuanian Etymological Dictionary, y. 248, 313 
Lithuanian folk-lore : legless spirits, viii. 168, 277 ; 

ix. 34 

Little (W. F.) on Little of Halstead, iii. 248 
Little and Barnardiston families, xii. 469 
Little and Graham parentage, vii. 427 
Little Britain, its history, vi. 146 ; the name, 

x. 300 

Little family of Halstead, arms and crest, iii. 248 
Little France, the name, x. 300 
' Little Jack Horner,' Anglo-Indian version, vii. 

45, 97, 277 

"Little Mary " as a term for the stomach, i. 70 
Little New Street, London street-name, xi. 229 
Little Russell Street, Covent Garden, No. 24, xi. 
325 



Little Wild Street Chapel, Drury Lane, Storm 

Sermon at, i. 77 
Littlecote House, Wiltshire, tragedy at, viii. 407, 

514 ; ix. 58 
Littledale (W. A.) on Fettiplace, i. 396. Italian 

genealogy, xi. 14. Thursby (Thomas), vii. 

269, 436 
Littlemonelight, place-name, its origin, vi. 349, 

396, 475 
Littlemore (Prioress of), letter to John Fettiplace. 

ii. 335 

Littleton (Adam), his Latin dictionary, i. 509 
Littleton (R. H.), his ' History of Islington,' vii. 

70, 117 ; viii. 156 

Littleton (S.) on mininin, a shell, vi. 77 
Litton family of Derby and Stafford, ix. 309 
Liverpool arms of, xi. 158 ; etymology of the name, 

261, 354, 391 
Liverpool Library, founded 1758, its history, ix. 

149, 414 

Liverpool printed books, 1822, iv. 67, 137 
Liverpool University : Institute of Archaeology, 

iv. 308 

Livett (D.) on Sir W. R. Cremer, M.P., x. 104 
" Living Skeleton," account of the, i. 138, 175 ; 

at Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, iii. 451 
Livingston (Michael), c. 1680, his biography, xii. 

490 
Livingstone ( ) = Rev. George Monro, c. 1600, 

xii. 249 
Livingstone (Noel B.) on Samuel Carpenter, vi. 

268. Inscriptions from Kingston, Jamaica, 

xii. 105. Jamaica records, viii. 274 
Livingstone family, \i. 389 

' Livre,' articles on Casanova in, xii. 389, 476 
Lizard with two tails, gamester's superstition, 

viii. 328, 391 

Lizards and music, xi. 167, 277, 351 
LL.D. on Dr. Chamberlen, iv. 17 
Llan, its derivation and kindred, vi. 363 ; vii. 84 
Llaneilian Church, turntable in, vi. 249, 337 
Llangollen, its history, xi. 348, 494 
Llangollen Chapel, x. 307 
Llanpumsaint, ancient tradition of, i. 152 
Llantwit Major Church, account of, x. 288, 338 
Llechylched, Anglesey, its history, x. 170, 215 
Lloyd (C. A.) on Dr. Johnson as a potter, vii. 468 
Lloyd (E.) on " Matthew, Mark, Luke, and 

John," xii. 154 
Lloyd (J.) on " Haklet," i. 404 
Lloyd (J. H.) on Penn and Mead jury, 1670, v. 8 
Lloyd (L.) on brass in Winslow Church, ii. 388. 

Heraldic mottoes, iii. 92. Parishes, small, iii. 

194. Tyrrell family, iii. 133 
Lloyd & Co. (B. S.) on H.M.S. Calliope, xi. 391 
Lloyd and FitzGerald families, viii. 289 
Llyd on Statutes of Merton, iii. 195 
Loaf, hollow, foretelling death, xii. 88, 155 
Loaning or lonning, dialect word for lane, iv. 29, 70 
Lobineau (Gui Alexis), his ' Aristophanes,' v. 387 
Lobishome in Portuguese folk-lore, i. 327, 417, 

472 ; ii. 15 
Lobuc on Devon provincialisms, vi. 94. Guelder- 

land (Duke of), Duke of Lorraine, v. 249. 

Jovius (Paulus), vi. 188. Pour,.v. 392 
Local government records, iv. 278 
Local Option, political phrase, its history, vi. 467 ; 

viii. 50, 196 
Local Records Committee Report, ii. 267, 330, 414, 

476 

' Loci tenentes," use of the plural, ii. 128 
Lock (H. S.) on Turner portrait, xii. 209 
Locke : Lockie, derivation of the names, iv. 90 



TENTH SEKIES. 



161 



Locke (John), manuscripts discovered, v. 65 
Locke (Matthew), music for ' Macbeth,' ii. 142 ; 

for ' Tempest,' 165, 270 
Locke (Richard) and Rev. George Stonehouse, 

ix. 291 
Locket (Lucy) : Nanny Natty Cote, rime, xi. 268, 

397 
Lockhart (A. W.) on Bishop Mordecai Carey or 

Gary, xi. 215. Elizabeth (Queen), her day, xi. 

Jo 
Lockhart's ' Spanish Ballads,' errors in ' Song of 

the Galley,' ii. 206 

Locomotive, the " Novelty," a railway relic, i. 6 
' Locrine,' " I '11 overturn the mountain Caucasus," 

ix. 427 
Lodge (Thomas), and Robert Greene, v. 202 ; 

and ' The Flowers of Lodowicke of Granada,' 

246 ; and Guarini and Mathew Roydon, vi. 

221 
Lodge, Royal Independent Hanoverian, its seal, 

xi. 470 

Lodge, Ulster King of Arms, his shorthand, iv. 229 
Lodge Hill, Harengeye, and Wallace and Bruce, 

vii. 343 

Loes (John). See Lowes. 
Lo6ve-Veimars (Baron F. A.), his works, vi. 16, 

135 

Loftie (W. J.) on Catte Street, vi. 49, 115. Croco- 
diles in heraldry, xii. 225 
Logan (Mrs. Eliza), author of f St. Johnstoun,' ii. 

407 

Logan (John), the couplet " In every pang," ii. 166 
Loggan (David), British mezzotinter, ii. 521 ; iii. 

113 

Loggats, obsolete English game, vii. 512 
Loker (Timothy), his ' Poems and Ballads,' xi. 389 
Lomax (C. E.) on "All right," xii. 433. Baughan : 

Boffin, xii. 112. Forisfactura, x. 332. Gaol 

literature, xi. 512. " Mar ' in Mardyke, xii. 

475. ".Raised Hamlet on them," xi. 137. 

Richard Coeur-de-Lion : his heart, xii. 516. 

Shakespeariana, xi. 424. Speaker, first, of 

House of Commons, x. 518. Travelling under 

Hadrian, xi. 113. William the Conqueror and 

Barking, xii. 32. Wronghalf : targe, x. 398 
Lomax (R. T.) on Messenger family, v. 47, 130. 

Twizzle-twigs, v. 91 
Lombard = a moneylender, i. 6 
Lombard Street, No. 1, its demolition, v. 406 ; 

vi. 13 

Lombard! (C.) on Manzoni in English, i. 347 
Lomea Island and Goodwin Sands, ix. 149, 234 

London: 

Aldermen, 1687, x. 167 

Darkness in, in 1879, vi. 49 

Dickens (Charles) and, ii. 49 ; iii. 453 ; iv. 35 

England in, popular error in Spain, xii. 65 

Family door-plates in, vi. 225 

Fig trees in, xii. 293, 336, 396, 476 

Free public libraries in, vi. 251, 315 

Highways, their repair, viii. 464 

Historical geography of, i. 208, 258 

Lights of London, use of the phrase, iv. 45, 131 

Lord Mayor, 1821 and 1830-40, iii. 148 ; not 

a Privy Councillor, viii. 123 ; origin of his 

title, viii. 268, 496 ; ix. 26 ; baronetcies 

conferred on, viii. 301, 413 
Lord Mayor's Day, banquet in 1478, iv. 446 ; 

alteration in its date, iv. 448 ; v. 30 ; xii. 

306, 356, 473, 517 

Municipal Corporations Act, iii. 24, 134, 175 
Name, its derivation, xi. 302 ; xii. 114 



London : 

Paving stones, round, vii. 448, 513 
Piccadilly, origin of the name, viii. 89 
Postal districts, division into, vi. 315 
Rocque's and Horwood's maps, iii. 187, 274 

353 
Roman Catholic priests buried in, vi. 149, 218, 

237 ; vii. 72 
Romney's house, ii. 234 
SS. Anne and Agnes and St. John Zachary, 

parishes of, iv. 288 
Sheriffs, dates of death, x. 167, 238 
' Streets of London,' iv. 50 
Theatres, old, iv. 125 
Thomas's Hotel, i. 447 
Topography of old, i. 70, 295, 457, 517 ; 

ii. 58 ; ix. 328 

Tower of, its Constables and Lieutenants, 
ix. 61, 161, 243, 390, 490 ; x. 70, 118, 213, 
277 

Vanishing, i. 447 ; ii. 125, 234 ; iv. 365 ; 
v. 81, 136, 165, 175, 181, 221 ,227, 262, 272, 
356, 406, 491 ; vi. 13 ; vii. 81, 122, 161, 
193, 232 ; viii. 441 ; ix. 150, 267, 346, 395 ; 
x. 286 ; xi. 106 

Water-pipes, wooden, iv. 465 ; v. 15 
Wrestling match in, ii. 122, 181 
London (William), ' Gods Judgments upon 

Drunkards,' x. 195 

London and Birmingham Railway, unroofed 
carriages, viii. 167, 234, 292, 357, 414, 473 ; ix. 
72 

' London and Neighbourhood,' 1750, vii. 9 
London booksellers and publishers, ix. 89, 137, 218 
London Bridge, old, and church at Warden Point, 

xi. 207 ; its foundations, xii. 364 
London Bridge theatre, iii. 28 
London cemeteries in 1860, ii. 169, 296, 393, 496, 

535 ; iii. 56, 133, 454 

London changes. See London : Vanishing. 
London chapels, pictures of, ix. 8 
London churches. See St. 
London coaching houses, 1680, viii. 1, 95 ;' 
London episcopal records, iv. 469 
London family genealogy, vii. 88 
London houses, ancient, iii. 329 ; famous, v. 165 
London improvments, 1850-1906, v. 1, 43 
London Library and authors, ix. 4 ; eighteenth 

century prototype, xi. 146 
' London Magazine,' 1820, two of the name, viii. 

422 

London M.P.'s in 1404, xii. 325 
London Militia, 1716, v. 488 

London newspapers in the eighteenth century, 
iv. 510 ; their circulation in 1818, viii. 446 ; 
ix. 57 

London parish records missing, viii. 48 
London parochial history, v. 55, 95, 174, 297 
London penny post, 1680, viii. 370, 410 
London poor temp. Elizabeth, ix. 47 
London public monuments, their cost, xii. 347, 418 
London publishing houses, c. 1807, viii. 286 
London queries of the early eighteenth century, 

viii. 388, 474 ; ix. 75 
London records, uncatalogued in Guildhall 

Library, vii. 67 ; in the Tower, ix. 129, 296 
London remains and landmarks, their removal, 
viii. 226, 271, 337, 392, 476 ; ix. 14, 196 ; xii. 197 
London rivers extinct, viii. 347, 414 
London rubbish at Moscow, i. 208, 257 
London season in 1807, i. 446 
London shop fronts, xi. 407, 455, 476 

G 



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GENEEAL INDEX. 



210. 



London shops and shutters, ix. 66, 295 
London signs : " Two Sneezing Cats," Hounds- 
ditch, v. 328, 397 ; 1579-1639, vi. 45 ; tavern, 
vii. 445 ; viii. 288 ; " Guy, Earl of Warwick,' ix. 
127, 455 ; lists of, ix. 228 ; xi. 102 ; old, xii. 

203, 463 

London statues and memorials, ii. 209 ; ix. 1, 
102, 282, 363, 481 ; x. 122, 211, 258, 290, 370, 

491 
London street cries, musical, vi. 249, 335, 434 ; 

" Sweet lavender," x. 146 
London street-names, iii. 181, 254 
London streets, origins of some, ix. 147 
London taverns, vi. 6, 78 ; xii. 127, 190, 254, 414. 

See London signs. 
London topographical literature. See London: 

Topography of old. 

Londoner on Jane Austen's relatives, viii. 109 
Long (Miss A. H.) on Ainoo and Baskish, i. 513 
Long (F.) on epitaph in Owen MSS., x. 2 

Mompesson (Col.), x. 29 

Long (H. G.) on Sir John Gibson's portrait, vii. 69 
Long (John Frederick), 1819-1903, photographer, 

viii. 474 

Long (Mary) = Roger Hooper, 1639, iv. 127, 215 
Long Acre, Duke's Bagnio in, iv. 24, 115, 217, 

277, 376 

Long Bredy, Dorset, documents relating to, iii. 450 
Lohgden (H. Isham), on Tristram Beresford, vi. 
428. Epitaph in Courteenhall Church, vi. 
397*. February 30, viii. 330. Gutteridge or 
Goodridge family, viii. 217. Hesilrige (Sir 
Arthur), xi. 430. Isham family, vii. 418. 
Registers of Blakesley and Walgrave, viii. 45. 
Longfellow (H. W.), his religion, ii. 148 ; essays on, 
226 ; his * King Trisanku,' v. 244 ; reference 
in his ' Voices of the Night,' vi. 249, 517 ; his 
centenary, vii. 201, 222, 242, 261, 282, 378 ; 
bibliography of, viii. 501 ; ix. 72 ; original of 
' Sicilian's Tale,' ix. 271, 373 ; * Giles Corey 
of the Salem Farms,' x. 196 ; ' Psalm of Life,' 
209, 272 ; parodies of ' The Village Blacksmith,' 
xi. 10, 193 ; Ben Meir in his ' Scanderbeg,' 248, 
318; the original of 'The Village Blacksmith,' 
465 

Longley (John), 1749-1822, his biography, iv. 64 
Longman, barrel-organ builder of Cheapside, iii. 

348, 473 

Longman, history of house of, xi. 2, 50, 92 
Longman (Miss E. D.) on authors of quotations 
wanted, x. 368. Crooked pins, vii. 447. Pin 
and needle rimes, xii. 409. Pincushions, vii. 
447 
Longworth (John Aug.), d. 1875, his journal, v. 

190 
Lonning or loaning, dialect word for lane, iv. 

29, 70 

Loom, painting of a wooden, dated 1589, iii. 308 
Looping the loop, sensational performance, iv. 65, 

333, 474 ; vi. 113 
Lopes (Henry Charles), Lord Ludlow, d. 1899, ix. 

169 
Lopez (Anthony), scholar of Winchester, 1592, iv. 

306, 434 
Lopez (Sir Menasseh Massey), Bt., his biography, 

ix. 508 ; x. 96, 115 
Lopez (Roderigo), executed 1594, his biography, 

iv. 306, 434 

Lord (G.) on Theodore Hook's anecdotes, xii. 329 
Lord Lieutenants of Hertfordshire, vi. 109 
Lord Lieutenants in Scotland, viii. 330, 418 
Lord Mayor of London : his precedence, viii. 123 ; 
origin of his title, viii. 268, 496 ; ix. 26 



Lord Mayors, 1821 and 1830-40, iii. 148 ; baronet- 
cies conferred on, viii. 301, 413 
Lord Mayor's Day, banquet in 1478, iv. 446 ; 
alteration in its date, iv. 448 ; v. 30 ; xii. 306, 
356, 473, 517 
Lords, House of, and the Cabinet, 1835 and 1908, 

x. 486 

Lord's Prayer, c. 1430, vi. 67 
Lorenzo on clergyman with battledore, viii. 450 
Lorenzo da Pavia at Venice, i. 76 
Lorio, now called diabolo, the game, viii. 287, 

374 

Lorn, Brooch of, and Queen Victoria, vii. 327 
' Lorna Doone,' references to bases of the story, 

vii. 488 
Lorraine (Charles, Duke of), c. 1644, v. 249, 313, 

456 
Lorraine, " Vin gris " in, ix. 30, 134, 218, 330, 

391, 452 
Lorraine or Touraine, in Mrs. Green's ' Henry II.,' 

xii. 309, 358 

Lorton (Elizabeth S.) on Hamilton family, v. 328 
Lory (T. W. P.) on Lory or La wry family, xii. 50 
Lory or Lawry family, xii. 50 
Loten's Museum, its history, x. 126, 275 
Lothbury, its eytmology, ii. 64 
Louches (Elizabeth), wife of Thomas, Lord 

Camoys, xi. 108 

Loughscur, Book of, iv. 267, 334 
Louis XIV., his excommunication, i. 69 ; his 
heart eaten, ii. 346, 496 ; iii. 336 ; iv. 434 , 
music temp., iv. 46 ; tablecloth temp., xii. 408, 
451, 498 

Louis XVII., his death, i. 267, 375 
Louis XVIII. 's Queen and Westminster Abbey, 

xii. 108, 193 
Louis Philippe, his landing in England, v. 349, 391, 

473 ; vi. 37, 93, 133, 198 ; ix. 277 
Louisbourg, its siege, 1758, xi. 228 
Lousy-Low, derivation of place-name, ii. 349 
Loutherbourgh (J. P. de), his paintings, ii. 389 ; 

iii. 93 
Louvre and Alexander Pennecuik, x. 189 ; xi. 

416 

Love (R. T.) on Shakespeare in French, xi. 213. 
Washington (Laurence), his death, iv. 286. 
Washington pedigree, x. 323 
Love ales, temp. Elizabeth, iii. 449 ; iv. 35 
Love-Begotten on Lady Worsley, xii. 409 
Love charms, Moorish, viii. 486 ; shells as, ix. 



510 

Love Lane, near Billingsgate, 
associations, v. 302 



its interesting 



Loveday (J. E. T.) on 'The Old Farm-house,' xi. 

248 
Lovekyn (John), Lord Mayor of London, and Love 

Lane, v. 302 

Level family of Northampton, xii. 489 
Lovelace's ' To Althea from Prison,' expansion by 

Col. 1'Estrange, i. 141, 193, 250 
Lovell (Robert), his poems, i. 151 
Lovell (W.) on Warwick punch-bowl, vi. 27 
Lovett (E.) on dolls in magic, ix. 168. Thorn 

fish-hooks, or gorges, ix. 229 
Low (Capt. John), Alabama veteran, his death, vi. 

226 
Low (Sampson), printer and bookseller, 1795, x. 

365 
Lowe (Major-General E. W. De Lancy), ' D.N.B.' 

on, ix. 273 

Lowe family, vii. 489 ; viii. 33 
Lowell (Russell), inedited verses, ii. 423 ; on 
Wordsworth's ' Prelude,' iv. 325, 395, 454 



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163 



' Lowell Offering,' 1840, American magazine con- 
ducted by factory workers, vii. 469 ; viii. 354, 
515 

Lowes or Loes (John), vicar executed for witch- 
craft, ii. 265 

Lowry surname, its origin, vi. 248, 373, 437 

Lowther Arcade, its demolition, ii. 125 

Loyalist on Irish Yeomanry of 1798, ix. 290 

Loyalists, American, compensated for losses, i. 
269, 313, 390 

Lubersac (Abbe" de), his biography, x. 410 ; xi. 
73, 135 

Luc, a kind of animal, iii. 188 

Lucas (E. V.) his ' The Hambledon Men,' viii. 
28 

Lucas (E. V.) on Angel of an inn, ix. 488. Lamb 
(Charles), earlier, v. 5. Otway and Kipling, ix. 
492. Sadler's Wells play alluded to by Words- 
worth, i. 96. Wilson (" Jack "), ix. 208 

Lucas (Henry), of Cambridge, his biography, iv. 
166 

Lucas (John), his MS. ' History of Warton, vii. 
261 

Lucas (P.) on Apssen counter, xii. 349. " Bis- 
cuit's throw," xii. 376. Burial-ground of St. 
George's, Hanover Square, x. 57. Emblin 
(Henry) and Theodosius Keen, xii. 37. Fair- 
mile, vi. 218. Heathfield, Sussex, xi. 169. 
Hove, x. 14, 216. Marriages in ' Gent. Mag.,' 
ix. 170. Nelson's death : T. Hill Swain, xii. 
318. Northiam Church, xi. 138. Regimental 
marches, x. 167. Seize Quartiers, x. 87. 
Sussex ironworks : obsolete terms, xii. 349. 
Swank, ix. 513. Sydenham (Sir John), xi. 54, 
115. Toker or Tucker (Robert), xii. 418. 
Windmills in Sussex, vii. 397 

Lucas (P. D.) on Lucas families, iii. 168. Penny 
wares wanted, iii. 98. Prisoner suckled by his 
daughter, iv. 353 

Lucas (R.) on ghost story in Dickens, v. 149 

Lucas families, iii. 168, 233 

Lucca, remains of Richard of Scotland at, ii. 408 ; 
early plans of city, iy. 409, 457 

Luce (Morton) on Ovid and Shakespeare, vii. 
301 

Lucerne, inscriptions at, v. 466 ; vi. 124, 195 

Lucis on Acqua Tofana, ii. 269. ^Eschylus and 
Milton, v. 489. Antwerp Cathedral, i. 508. 
Aristotle and the Golden Rule, xii. 510. Authors 
of quotations, i. 217, 428 ; x. 408, 448, 510 ; xi. 
248. Bells, iv. 409. Browning (Mrs.), her 
' Aurora Leigh,' i. 47. Carlyle on the griffin : 
hippogriff, x. 509. ' Go anywhere and do 
anything," ii. 8. " God called up from 
dreams," iii. 115. I.H.S., ii. 106. ' John 
Inglesant,' i. 289. Jowett and Whewell, i. 386. 
' Light of the World,' iv. 45. " May I through 
this blest day of Thine," xi. 108. Moon and the 
weather, i. 347, 441. Passive resister, iv. 508. 
Proverb on beating, ix. 170. Quotations 
wanted, v. 489. Rushlights, x. 354. Shake- 
speare's creations, v. 429 ; vi. 172. Shake- 
speariana, v. 263, 465 ; ix. 505. " Wax to 
receive, and marble to retain," i. 328 

Luck, " rabbits " for, xi. 208, 258 

Lucknow, poems on Havelock's march to, vi. 349 ; 
photography at, 1853, xi. 325 

Lucy (Sir T.) and ' Merry Wives of Windsor,' vii. 
449 ; viii. 74, 253 

Lulack, King of Scotland, his descendants, iii. 

490 ; iv. 178 

Luders (Alexander), { D.N.B.' on, iii. 306 
Ludlow (Roger) and Fairfield, architect, v. 288 



Ludlow Castle, a parish, iii. 374 

Ludovico, painter, his identity, ii. 288, 377, 491 

Ludwick (Christopher), d. c. 1800, his biography, 

xi. 86 

Lumb (G. D.) on Arden family, xii. 386. Boninge 
of Ledsum, iv. 115. Children with same 
Christian name, xii. 365. ' D.N.B.' and ' Index 
and Epitome,' iii. 205. Denison (Speaker), his 
mother, ix. 518. English burial-ground at 
Lisbon, iii. 34. Hewson (Sir John), vi. 437. 
Index of probates, iv. 188. Thoresby (Ralph), 
iii. 393 

Lumber = trouble, mischief, xi. 386, 518 
Lumire (MM. Auguste and Louis), their " auto- 
chrome " plates, viii. 426 
Lumley (Sir J. S.) and the cire-perdue process, xii. 

387 

Lumley family, xi. 508 ; xii. 52 
Lumley family of Watton, Norfolk, vi. 89 
Lumpkin (Anthony), of Scarborough, 1726, vi. 7, 

94, 238 
Lunar halo and rain, vi. 265, 338, 412 ; vii. 193, 

355 

Lundy Island, pirates' abode, iii. 469 ; iv. 16 
Lunn (Rev. J. R.), his collection of brass rubbings, 

vii. 49 

Luppinos of Hertford and Ware, v. 289, 352 
Lusignan (Geoffrey de), c. 1275, his history, 

v. 488 ; vi. 74 

Lusitania and the Sirius, Atlantic liners, viii. 325 
Lusk (D. C.) on Lisk, ii. 68 
Lustre ware, its origin, v. 110, 158, 216 
Lustriacense, Abbey of, c. 1645, ix. 470 
Luther (Martin), on the immortality of animrJs, i. 
169, 256, 336 ; his distich, 409, 473 ; his 
Bible, 509 ; his ' Commentary on the Gala- 
tians,' iii. 229 ; iv. 156 ; ' Faithful Admonition,' 
May, 1554, iii. 484; translation of his ' War- 
nunge an seinen lieben Deudschen,' ix. 6 ; pic- 
tures of, x. 350 

Luther family, iii. 27, 176, 272 
Lutyens (Charles), painter, his biography, viii. 

230, 276 

Lux on peerage title peculiarities, iv. 169 
Luxmoore (L. A.) on ' There was a man," i. 227 
Lyceum Theatre, its history and demolition, iii. 

45, 132 ; as a Roman Catholic chapel, iv. 410 
Lych gates in England, viii. 268, 354 ; ix. 495 
Lydney's ' Prayers,' iv. 265, 355 
Lying, death after, instances of, x. 109, 157, 195, 

274, 376 
" Lying Bishop," a Lancaster milestone, vii. 449, 

496 
Lyly (J.), his ' Euphues and his England,' iii. 366 ; 

and Greene and Shakespeare, viii. 461 
Lynch-law, origin of the term, xi. 445, 515 ; 

xii. 52, 133, 174, 495 
Lynde (N. de la) on Anne Ensor, vi. 190. Maeder, 

vi. 229. ' Peri, The,' vii. 349 
Lynde family, iii. 309, 417 ; iy. 436 
Lyndhurst (Lord), his Marriage Act, 1835, ix. 

50, 95 

Lyne (R. N.) on quotation wanted, ii. 149 
Lynn (W. T.) on anfractuosity, viii. 467. Anne 
of Austria, ix. 451. Arago on Newton, ii. 265. 
Astronomer, ii. 424. Authors of quotations, 
ix. 13. Bacon and the drama, ii. 195. Berenice, 
wife of Ptolemy III., iv. 194. Betubium, xii. 
389. Bewray, v. 226. Brock : badger, v. 
389. Brougham on Gibbon, viii. 386. Cape 
Hoorn, iii. 466. Carnival Sunday, vii. 186. 
Cedilla, i. 307. Christ's Hospital at Hertford, 
vii. 7. Comet in 1580, iii. 74. Copernicus and 

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Mercury, ii. 56. Cowper misprint, xi. 506. 
Cypripedium, iv. 228. " Down in the shires," viii. 
372. Easter, by the Julian and Gregorian 
styles, i. 324, 390 ; iv. 166 ; and the full moon, 
iii. 281 ; iv. 195. Easter Day in 1512 and 1513, 
i. 452. Echidna, vi. 490. Euripides, date of 
his birth, i. 447. Fairmile, vi. 168. " Famous ' 
Chelsea, iv. 366, 470. Faseole, its etymology; 
xii. 149, 233. Forsythia suspetisa, vii. 346. 
Galileo and his alleged exclamation, xii. 185. 
Geikie (Sir A.) and ' Founders of Geology,' vi. 
444. Generous, xi. 246. Gustavus (Adolphus) 
and Tycho's star, iii. 346. Halley's comet, i. 
152. ' Hamlet ' : Bosencrantz and Guilden- 
stern, iii. 184. Heber (Bishop) : " Only man 
is vile," xii. 256. Hemans (Mrs.) and ' The 
Hebrew Mother,' viii. 446. Homais (M. ), x. 469. 
Johnson's watch, xii. 12. Juvisy, its etymology, 
viii. 365. Keats, Cortes, and Balboa, ix. 107. 
King, first warlike, iv. 305. Kniphofia, x. 288. 
Leap year, ix. 191. London statues and 
memorials, x. 213. Lord Mayor's Show : 
change in date, xii. 356, 517. Macaulay's 
' New Zealander,' v. 418. Magnificat, vi. 348. 
Major's ' Historia Majoris Britanniae,' v. 386. 
Marathon runners, x. 86. Maskelyne Islands, 
xi. 326. Mediterranean, use of the name, x. 
308. Michaelmas Day : its date, x. 150. 
Mite, a coin, viii. 69. Pancake bell in New- 
castle, vii. 166. Pelfry used by Johnson, iv. 
97. Photography, iv. 435. Pictures, Biblical 
word, xi. 46. Polar exploration, ix. 6. Pol- 
troon, iv. 466. " Present century," i. 386. 
Banger of Greenwich Park, x. 235. Bobin 
Crusoe's island, vi. 225. Borne, ancient, its 
population, xi. 273. Sabbath changed at the 
Exodus, ix. 15. Shoe, its pronunciation, xi. 66. 
Smallage, i. 288. Statues in London, iii. 448. 
Statues of the Georges, vii. 66, 197. " Still 
waters turn no mills," ix. 190. Sunset at 
Washington, iii. 154. Talavera, xi. 188. Time 
reckoning, ix. 393. Uchoreus, iv. 346. Vergel, 
its meaning, x. 169. Versailles, vi. 27. Watts 
and the rose, vii. 105. Weeping willow, iii. 247. 
Whitsunday in ' Anglo-Saxon Chronicle,' ii. 166. 
" Work like a Trojan," ii. 168 
Lynn (Walter), his steam-engine, 1721, v. 305 
Lynold (Edmund), his biography, i. 307 
Lynold family, i. 307 
Lyon (Anna Maria) = Henry Edward Kendall, 

xii. 127 

Lyon (Bichard, Thomas, and John), and execu- 
tion of Charles I., i. 169 
Lyon family in America, i. 408 
Lyons, pictures in museum at, iii. 7 
Lyons (A. B.) on Lyon family, i. 408 
e Lyrical Ballads,' 1798, ii. 228 
Lyrics, Chinese and Japanese, viii. 34 
Lysons (Bev. Daniel) and sights in the moon, viii. 

325 
Lyte (H. F.) his ' Sailor's Grave,' ii. 327, 351, 

493 

Lyttleton (Adam). See Littleton. 
Lytton (Edward, Lord), keys to his novels, ii. 
489 ; his birth in Baker Street, vi. 215; even- 
ing dress in ' Perham,' vii. 95 ; motto of 
' Lost Tales of Miletus,' ix. 248 ; his novels in 
French, xii. 208, 291 

Lytton (Lydia) on Bishop Berkeley, vi. 516 
Lytton (Sir Bobert), d. 1483, iv. 389, 455 
Lytton family at Knebworth, vii. 247, 314, 357 
Lytton quotation : "A thousand workmen 
toiled," iii. 487 



M 

M., abbreviation for Monsieur, iv. 45, 134 
M. on authors of quotations wanted, x. 309. 
Betheral, xii. 266. Bishops' signatures, iv. 55. 
Carlyle family, xi. 448. Carlyle on the Griffin, 
xi. 114. Cobbett on Shakespeare and Milton, 
xi. 194. Cox (Bev. W.), of St. Mary Abbot's, 
Kensington, xi. 195. Cromwell's House of 
Lords, vi. 208. Decasualization, use of the 
word, xii. 406. Duncan II., his Queen, iii. 257. 
' English Historical Beview,' xii. 277. Goethe 
and book-keeping, iii. 414. Green on Freeman, 
i. 225. Gutiken (Prince), xii. 350. Hiero- 
glyphics and deities, i. 290. Hungarian gram- 
mar, x. 14. Hutton Hall, vi. 316, 397. Khaki, 
ii. 207. Leaguer, its meanings, xi. 386. 
Longfellow's ' Psalm of Life,' x. 209. Lord- 
Lieutenants in Scotland, viii. 330. Lynch 
law, xi. 445 ; xii. 52, 174. Lytton's novels in 
French, xii. 291. Morris (Edward), M.P., 
x. 350, 434. Parcel Post in 1790, x. 450. 
Pie : tart, viii. 157. Spanish proverb on the 
orange, ii. 134. Speech after removal of tongue, 
ix. 216. Sponges, xii. 30. Titles conferred 
by Cromwell, x. 112. Vaghnatch, or tiger- 
claw weapon, ii. 95. Zaba (N. P.), vii. 150 
M. y on " Liquida non frangunt," xii. 227 
M. (A.) on authors of quotations, viii. 327. 
Carmarthen families, xi. 89. Druce or Druice, 
lane-name, xi. 189. Merry (William), 1735, xi. 
89. " Babbits " for luck, xi. 208. St. Mary's 
Abbey, York, ix. 496 
M. (A. A.) on Du Maurier and Shirley Brooks, ix. 9. 

Hogsflesh (William), viii. 334 
M. (A. E.) on Tai-Ping War, ix. 431 
M n (A. J.) on religious houses of Sussex, vi. 

449 

M. (A. M.) on Dolores, musical composer, i. 177 
M. (A. P.) on Dickens and Furnival's Inn, vii. 406 
M. (A. T.) on Canbury House, Middlesex, v. 409. 
Catamaran, iv. 286. " Correct to a T," xii. 
273. Cripple carrying, xi. 193. Dudley arms^ 
iv. 230. Dyer (John), xii. 498. Gula Augusti, 
v. 408. Onley (Capt.), B.N., v. 409. ' Punt ' 
in football, xi. 257, 355. Purfly, its meaning, 
xi. 292. Seven-sacrament fonts, v. 35. Sheriff's 
challenge in Domesday, iv. 290. Stuart, Earl 
of Traquair, xi. 170. Superman, v. 88. ' Under 
a cloud," xi. 453 

M. (B.) on earl's eldest son and supporters, v. 456. 

London newspapers, iv. 510. Quartering of 

arms, v. 215. Beynolds's portrait of Gibbon, 

v. 487. Shakespeare's creations, vi. 172 

M. (C.) on bell-horses, vi. 469 

M. (C. W. P.) on " beating the .bounds," i. 489 

M. (D.) on Bishop Berkeley, xi. 348. Besant, iii. 

28. " Birds of a feather flock together," 

ii. 8. Blackaire (Mrs.), v. 27. Byron and 

Greek grammar, iii. 188. Campbell, x. 228. 

Cowper, Lamb, or Hood, vi. 490. Darwinian 

chain of argument, iv. 169. Essay, iii. 148. 

Goncourt's ' Histoire de la Soci6t Francaise,' 

.v. 309. Magna Charta, i. 469. Nuns of 

Minsk, vi. 317. " Our lives are songs," iii. 249. 

Quotations wanted, iv. 127. Borne under 

Elagabalus, vi. 151. School company, ii. 288. 

Spencer (Herbert) on billiards, i. 48. Waliva in 

Cumberland, viii. 470. " Warm summer sun," 

iii. 288 

M. (D. G.) on Buskin on interest, xi. 209 
M. (D. Y.) on English army in Ireland, 1630-40, 
iv. 489 



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M. (E.) on Bonaparte on the Bellerophon, ix. 
321, 382. Cannizaro (Duchess of), iv. 265. 
Shotley wills , 1463-1538, iii. 2. Statue by John 
of Bologna, i. 28. Tickling trout, i. 375 

M. (E. F. B.) on author of quotation wanted, 
xi. 289 

M. (E. H.) on Clement family, x. 69. De la 
Motte de la Garre", x. 310. Quotations wanted, 
iv. 468. Stephenson (Ernest Augustus), vi. 
148. Whitehead (Paul), iv. 468 

M. (E. S.) on Sir George Yonge, v. 47 

M. (P.) on authors of quotations wanted, x. 413. 
Dowb, vii. 509. Ludlow (Roger) and Fairfield 
records, v. 288. ' Nicholas Nickleby,' v. 71. 
Quotations wanted, v. 248 

M. (F. B.) on author of quotation wanted, xi. 
438. David's sketch of Marie Antoinette, 
xii. 513 

M. (Q-.) on roast pigs crying " Who'll eat me ? ' 
xi. 250 

M. (G. A.) on Lord Treasurer Godolphin, viii. 210. 
" Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John," xii. 
276. More (Sir Thomas), his descendants, 
vi. 248. ' Old Tarlton's Song,' viii. 188 ; xii. 
214. Homeland, vi. 389. Triple chancel 
arches, xii. 255 

M. (G-. B.) on Sir Thomas Cornwallis, iii. 135. 
Shakespeare in French, xi. 212 

M. (H. ) on authors of quotations wanted, xii. 310. 
Fenians and Western Australia, ix. 188 

M. (H. A. St. J.) on authors of quotations, x. 16. 
'D.N.B. Epitome,' ix. 85. Duelling in England, 
v. 112, 394. Electric telegraph anticipated, 
ii. 235. Incledon : Cooke, iv. 92. John (King), 
his baggage lost, v. 469. Lion and the unicorn, 
x. 208. Mussuk, its use, iii. 13. "Naked Boy 
and Coffin," iii. 213. Norman Court, Hamp- 
shire, viii. 415. Pierrepont's Refuge, xi. 74. 
Prisoners' clothes as perquisites, iv. 96. Rose 
of Jericho, v. 515. Seventeenth-century phrases, 
ii. 425. Yealls : Brewetts, iii. 449 

M. (H. C. L.) on Kingsley's ' Lorraine,' x. 210 

M. (H. W.) on Sir John Hewson, vi. 437 

M. (J.) on Queen Caroline, ix. 449. "God called 
up from dreams," iii. 49. 'Murray's Handbook 
for Yorkshire,' ii. 105. Racial Problem of 
Europe, viii. 274 

M. (J. A. H.) on Firgunanum, vii. 51. Jesus 
and Joshua, i. 490. " Part and parcel," 
i. 308. ' Policy of pin-pricks," v. 366. 
Smallage, i. 330. Typographical puzzle, x. 186, 
216 

M. (J. D.) on " Froudes "=stuffed dates, xi. 430 

M. (J. EO on vivandieres, ix. 418 

M. (J. G.) on May monument, i. 449 ; ii. 57 

M. (J. M.) on Abb4 de Lubersac, xi. 73 

M. (J. P. ) on Polisman, ii. 108 

M. (J. S.) on Catte Street, vi. 95 

M. (J. W.) on M. Homais, x. 518. Montagu (Lady 
Mary Wortley), xi. 168. Ruflnus, textual 
criticism in, xi. 495. St. Anthony of Vienne, 
xi. 152. Stuart, Earl of Traquair, xi. 396 

M. (K. 0.) on Kipling obscurities, v. 417 

M. (L.) on James Isaacson, M.P., xii. 18. Thacke- 
ray illustrations, ii. 67 

M. (L. B.) on drive, ride, viii. 290 

M. (M.) on authors of quotations wanted, x. 247. 
French refugee bishops, viii. 171. Miniatures 
by Rossi, viii. 429. Voltaire and Rousseau, viii. 
77. 

M. (M. A. M.) on J. Bew, bookseller, xi. 256, 498. 
Joanna and the Westmorland hills, xii. 258 

M. (M. C.) on Rattlesnake Colonel, xi. 191 



M. (M. P.) on Fife fishermen's superstitions, x. 

330 

M. (N.) on Petre epigram, xii. 349 
M. (N.) & A. on Abbots of Evesham, xii. 78. 
Authors of quotations, viii. 134. Beheading in 
England, vii. 487. Bottesford, ii. 349. Charles 
I.'s trial, xi. 410. Corbet (Miles), x;i. 510. 
Cross at Higham-on-the-hill, xi. 29. Defoe : 
the Devil's chapel, ix. 187. Dog-names, ii. 101 ; 
x. 109. Gallows of alabaster, iv. 189. ' Genius 
by Counties,' iv. 330. Heraldic reference in 
Shakespeare, i. 338. Lobishome, i. 327. Lundy 
Island, iii. 469. Monastic estates, x. 250. 
Motto : "In God is all," viii. 270. " Nag's 
Head " story, i. 509. Pig hanging a man, iii. 50. 
St. Julian's Pater Noster, iii. 309. St. Thome s 
Aquinas, v. 269. Slipper, a surname, iv. 150. 
Southey's collections regarding Portugal, xii. 
169. Spenser's ' Faerie Queene,' xi. 190. " Stat 
crux dum volvitur orbis," i. 309. Titles con- 
ferred by Cromwell, x. 49. Troper : its deriva- 
tion, ix. 330. Tuileries Gardens in 1796, v. 
429. Wright (Mrs. Anne) and votes for women, 
vii. 408 

M. (P.) on "Bombay Grab," iv. 107. Cave, 
Hornsey, i. 269. Dryden portraits, iv. 389. 
Hatchments, vi. 350. Hayley and Blake, viii. 
231. Holy Maid of Kent, ii. 268. Hudson 
(Jeffrey), the dwarf, x. 390. Islington parish 
registers, xi. 169. Leach (Sir William), v. 169. 
Leche family, i. 207. Lichfield will, vi. 210. 
Mantelpiece, vii. 209. Miller of Hide Hall, 
iii. 328 ; vi. 54. Mundy family, viii. 168. 
Netmaker's circular, x. 207. Oxen drawing 
carriages, xi. 136. Rodney's second wife, i. 
226. Royal hunting, ii. 469. St. Peter's in 
Chepe : St. John Zachary, vi. 69. Shake- 
speare and Miller-Mundy, ix. 370. Sheffield 
plate, v. 27. Steele (Richard) and Freemasonry, 
vii. 392. Sussex arms, x. 230. Windmills in 
Sussex, vii. 149 

M t (P.) on Matthew Diamondbuld Demont, viii. 
213. Hats worn in the royal presence, viii. 
326. Montfort (Peter de), xi. 411. Speaker 
of the House of Commons, xi. 411 
M. (P. C. D.) on bee superstitions, ii. 26. Drydn 
portraits, i. 368. Howard and Dryden families, 
i. 87. Leche and Evelyn families, ii. 348. 
Sporting clergy before the Reformation, ii. 89 
M. (P. K.) on Rabi'ah, son of Mukaddam, iv. 449 
M. (P. M.) on Dryden on Milton, ix. 250 
M. (P. P.) on passion-flower legend, vi. 88 
M. (P. W. G.) on counting bringing ill-luck, ix. 
108. Piper's Hole, ix. 289. Plant-names, 
viii. 210. Weatherall (Thomas), xi. 358 
M. (R.) on W. Cole, Cambridge antiquary, iv. 429. 
Ibbotson : Hyde, viii. 408. Muscovy Com- 
pany : Baltic Company, vi. 149. Vigo Bay, 
1702-19, x. 30 

M. (R. J.) on Wordsworth's Highland girl, iii. 309 
M. (S.) on authors of quotations wanted, vii. 514. 
Prerogative Court of Canterbury Will Registers , 
iv. 155 

M. (S. W.) on Malone family, x. 87 

M. (T. E.) on authors of quotations, viii. 109 

M. (T. S.) on Brittany idolatrous folk-lore, ix. 17. 

Christmas notes, ix. 51. Cross sign : hot cross 

buns, ix. 436. Dame So-and-So the Rush 

Strewer, ix. 437. Double-headed eagle, x. 154. 

Gula Augusti, v. 499 ; vii. 394 ; viii. 35. Hock : 

hog : hoga, vii. 494. Owls, luminous, ix. 171. 

Palm Sunday and hill-climbing, vi. 70. Sheep 

fair on an ancient earthwork, viii. 296. Snail- 



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eating and gipsies, x. 134. Tan Hill fair, vi. 110. 
Telling the bees, ix. 433. Touching wood, vi. 
230 

M. (W.) on Cornish apparition, ix. 392. Cruscant- 
ism, viii. 48. ' Golden Angel ' in St. Paul's 
Churchyard, vii. 470. Hems or Huse family, 
xii. 128. Scotch words and English com- 
mentators, i. 321. Seedy, slang word, xi. 426 
M. (W. A.) on authors of quotations wanted, vii. 

508 ; viii. 109 

M. (W. B. H.) on quotations wanted, vi. 389 
M. (W. E.) on authors of quotations wanted, xii. 

448 
M. (W. H.) on authors of quotations wanted, vii. 

508. Palindrome, iii. 249 
M. (W. J.) on extraordinary tide in the Thames, 

iii. 47 

M. (W. M.) on authors of quotations, viii. 169. 
' Days when We had Tails on Us,' viii. 429. 
Laws of gravity and ancient Greeks, viii. 394 
M. (W. P.) on Napoleon's carriage, vii. 236. 

Smoking and blind men, ix. 355 
M.A. and J.P., question of precedence, ii. 408 
M.A. and M.P. preceded by " a " or " an," v. 89 
M.A.Oxon. on JElian, iii. 89. Balasore, v. 449. 
Baxter's oil printing, i. 427. Bell-comb for 
ringworm, viii. 37. Fettiplace, i. 473. Florida, 
iii. 9. Gordon of West Indies, iv. 275. Gra- 
ham, ii. 274. Gray's ' Elegy ' and ploughing 
customs, xii. 390. Half-married, vi. 97. 
Jesso, ii. 288. ' Oxford University Calendar,' 
i. 47. Bamie, i. 489. St. Dunstan, i. 149. 
St. Gilbert of Sempringham, iv. 94 
M.P. on hats in the House of Commons, vi. 488 
Maas (Dr. Max) on the mimes of Herondas, i. 216. 
' Paradise Lost,' of 1751, iii. 134. St. Genius, v. 
495. Shakespeariana, iii. 426 
Mabbe (James), his translations, v. 102 
Maberley (Frederick Herbert), 1781-1860, his 

biography, xii. 490 

Mac, prefix prohibited in Scotland, ii. 466 ; pro- 
hibited in Ireland, iii. 15 ; before Irish sur- 
names, x. 354, 417 

Me (B.) on Snodgrass as a surname, x. 52 
MacAlister (G. Y. W.) on ' Esmond,' ix. 115. 

" Port arms," ix. 116 

Macalister (M. A. M.) on authors wanted, xi. 316 ; 
xii. 116. Burton's Line, xi. 212. Dickens 
quotation, xi. 317 
Macaria, the cry of, iv. 28 ; vii. 251 
Macaroni Magistrate and Col. Cosmo Gordon, x. 

449 

Macaroons made at Nancy, ix. 286 
Mac Arthur (W.) on Brunswick Society, Boyne 

Society, xii. 188 
Macaulay (J. H.), Latin translation of Gray's 

' Elegy,' ii. 92 

Macaulay (T. B., Lord), on talented, ii. 24 ; error 
with regard to Plassey, iii. 405 ; and Sir Law- 
rence Dundas, iv. 448, 516 ; ' Arabella ' 
Sedley, v. 267 ; parallels to his ' New Zea- 
lander,' 344, 418, 474 ; on the Thames, v. 489 ; 
vi. 16, 93 ; his letters to Bandall, vi. 507 ; 
vii. 55 ; on satire on Pitt, vii. 389 ; on com- 
petitive examinations, viii. 169, 237 ; Pelletier 
in his ' Frederic the Great,' xi. 127, 234 ; and 
W. J. Thorns, xi. 165, 215, 293, 354 ; xii. 150 ; 
on olive trees in Australasia, xii. 86 ; on 
literature, 130, 171 ; on Dryden, 329, 375 
Macaulay (W. M.) on the death of Mary II., 

xi. 341 

McCara (A. S.) on inscriptions on public buildings, 
i. 448 



MacCarthy (Capt. ) and the Prince Begent, xi. 448 ; 
xii. 74 

MacCarthy or MacCartie (Daniel), Sub-Sheriff of 

Cork, xi. 347 
I Maccoll (Norman), his death, ii. 520 

McChesney (C. H.) on Shakespeare's pall-bearers, 
iii. 204 

Macclesfield (5th Earl of), his butler, viii. 408, 450 

McCord (D. Boss) on Andre" : Inglis : Downie, 
vi. 387. Lowe and Wright, vii. 489. Marriott (Sir 
James), Advocate-General, vii. 489. Officers' 1 
representatives, vii. 489 

MacDonagh (M.) on Sarah Curran, Bobert Emmet, 
and Major Sirr, iii. 470 ; iv. Ill 

Macdonald (Flora), her representatives, vii. 247, 
357 ; her family and Dr. Johnson, x. 147 ; 
and Mrs. McQueen, 389 

Macdonald (J. S.) on Governor Parr, vi. 207 

McDonald and McPike families, x. 105, 314 

McDonald family of Ireland, ii. 467 

Macdonald of Moidart, iv. 308, 376 

McDonald of Murroch, ii. 448 

MacDonald on quotations wanted, x. 28 

Macdonell (Major), executed at Carlisle, 1746, 
iv. 530 

Macdonough (Felix Bryan), his biography, ii. 527 ; 
iii. 98 ; his publications, v. 165 

MacDougall (A.), jun., on the Brooch of Lorn,vii. 
327 

M'Dowall (S. S.) on Barnard & Staples, xi. 252. 
Coltman (George), x. 489. " Correct to a T," 
xii. 273. November 5 : Guy Fawkes celebra- 
tions, x. 496. Pall Mall, No. 93, xi. 392. St. 
Michael le Quern, xi. 265. Selby, Yorks : its 
Peculiar Court, xii. 475 

Macedonia, pretended Prince of, c. 1605, vii. 169, 
272 

McElligott (M. G.) on armorial visiting cards, ii. 
509 

McElligott (Col. Roger), Governor of Cork, i. 294 

McElwaine (P. A.) on legal references in Shake- 
speare, xii. 382 

MacErlean surname, iii. 249 

Macfarlan (J.) on Sir Bobert Fludd, vi. 368 

Macfie (B. A. S.) on the Gypsy Lore Society, vii. 
366 

McGee (Hon. T. D.), his ' Canadian Ballads,' i. 113 

McGilchrist-Gilchrist (M.) on Campbells in the 
Strand, v. 51 

MacGillean (Alaister) on Ad. Donald Campbell, i. 
309. Garden (Alexander), M.D., i. 328. 
Greig (Admiral Sir Samuel), i. 349. Lean (Vin- 
cent Stuckey), ii. 466. Smart (George), ii. 528 

McGovern (J. B.) on autograph prices, vii. 424. 
' Cantus Hibernici,' vii. 9, 192. Chalice in- 
scription, ix. 470. Chateaubriand on Shake- 
speare, xi. 410. Cotter (Sir James), iii. 167. 
Cromwell and Milton, viii. 22. Dante MSS. xii. 
449. Danteiana, i. 181, 251 ; iii. 482 ; vii. 202, 
373 ; x. 302. De Faublas, iv. 88. De Tabley 
(Lord) and ' N. & Q.,' iii. 147. * Decameron,' ii. 
328. Dominoes, their origin, viii. 130. Free- 
man on Gladstone's ' Studies on Homer,' xii. 
170. Galton (Bev. Arthur), i. 414. Gaol 
literature, xi. 428. Gladstone as playwright, 
iii. 89. Greek patriarchs, i. 249. Killed by a look, 
ii. 169. " King of Patterdale," i. 149. Latin 
pronunciation, ix. 511 . Lincoln (Abraham) and 
Whately, iv. 46. Louis XIV. 's heart, ii. 340. 
Monastic Scriptorium, viii. 429. Nuns rs 
chaplains, xii. 49. Officer of the Pipe, x. 188. 
Pagination, viii. 386. ' Prayer for Indifference/ 



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ii. 268. Robin Hood in French, v. 468. Robin 
Hood plays, viii. 70. Rossetti (G.), his ' Tre 
Ragionamenti,' v. 428 ; vi. 38. Ruskin at 
Neuchatel, iii. 93. Sacred place-names in 
foreign lands, xi. 467. Spelling reform, ii. 305'. 
Steele and Addison, x. 49. Virgil or Vergil, iv. 
248 

McGregor (F. G.) on Isles family, vii. 450 
McGregor (Rev. James), of Aghadowey, Ireland, 

viii. 428 

Mcllquhan (Harriett) on rates in aid, iv. 53. 
Shakespeare's Grave, i. 352. Women voters, 
i. 372 
Mackall (L. L.) on Goethe's Conversations, xi. 167. 

Goethe's ' Edelknabe,' xii. 508 
Mackay (Charles), his ' John Brown,' xii. 288, 338 
MacKeachan (J.) on MacKeachan proverb, viii. 8 
MacKeachan proverb, viii. 8, 114 
MacKemmie (D. G.) on Accession and Coronation 

coins, x. 231 

Mackenzie (Colin A.) and Treaty of Tilsit, viii. 
469, 510 ; ix. 31, 96, 135, 154, 171, 237 ; x. 11 ; 
xi. 471 
Mackenzie (E. C.) on the Treaty of Tilsit, viii. 511 ; 

ix. 96 
Mackenzie (R. Shelton), ' Derbyshire Courier,' 

viii. 247 
Mackenzie (Lieut. Roderick), date of his death, 

viii. 30 ; killed at Seringapatam, xii. 38 
Mackenzie (V. St. Clair) on Shakespeariana, i. 162 
Mackenzie-Holden (Col. R.) on 62nd Royal 

American Regiment, ix. 412 

McKerrow (R. B.) on Barnes's ' Devil's Charter,' 
i. 509. Defoe : the Devil's chapel, ix. 255. 
' From pillar to post," v. 11. Phrases and 
reference, ii. 197 

Mackey (G.) on Brudenell : Boughton, iv. 29 
Mackesy (W. H.) on St. Anthony's fire, ix. 167 
Mackie (E. S.) on Appleby Magna Grammar 

School, iv. 288 

Mackie (W.) on Lord Howe's victory, 1794, x. 407 
Mackinlay (J. W. G.) on charm for burglars, viii. 

75 
Mackintosh (James), of Rothiemurchus, his 

marriage, iv. 448 
Macklin (Charles), Judge Parry's monograph on, i. 

506 

McL. (J. S.) on Louisbourg : its siege, xi. 228 
Maclachlan (Ewen), Gaelic scholar, his writings, 

xi. 90, 150 

Maclean (Alastair) on Companies of Invalids, v. 
489. Garden (Francis), vi. 429. Maclean 
(Mary Gavinne), v. 328. Walker (Peter), vi. 
308 

Maclean (A.) on Walker family, iii. 8 
Maclean (Mary Gavinne), c. 1816, her portrait, v. 

328 

Macleay family, xii. 150 
MacL^llan (Isaac), his poem on Napoleon's death, 

xi. 328 

Macleod (W.) on Touch or Touche, vi. 434 
MacLulich (J. M.), on Lulach, King of Scotland, 

iii. 490 

McM. (W.) on churchwardens' accounts, v. 369 ; 
vii. 189, 232 ; viii. 9, 269. Fifteenth-century 
banquet, iv. 446. Index nominum et locorum 
to ' D.N.B.,' viii. 161. London episcopal re- 
cords, iv. 469. Records wanted, v. 28. Stow's 
' Survey ' : cheap edition, v. 304. Worshipful 
Company of Chancellors, vi. 110 
McAtahon (Morgan) on ' Adventures of Capt. 
Robert Boyle,' xii. 417. Moore (T.) his wife, 
xii. 427. Voltaire and Carlyle, xii. 486 



MacMichael (J. Holden) on " A shoulder of mutton 
brought home from France," iii. 255. Academy 
of the Muses, iv. 54. Abracadabra, x. 35. 
% 7 A^ X r ' vi< 462< Alderman's Walk, x. 
35 *\. All -F,? ls Da y> m ' 416 ' " All the world 
and his wife, xii. 13. Anatomie Vivante, i. 175. 
Ancaster, x. 455. " Angel " of an inn, x. 14. 
Antelope as crest, ix. 516. Antiquarian 
Society, Batley, vii. 110. Antiquary v. anti- 
quarian, jj. 174 . Antraigues (Comte d'), 
ono * Appleby Magna Grammar School, iv. 
orro Arachne House Strand-on -the-Green, 
x. 373. Arms on punchbowl, viii. 488. Arnold's 
Church of Brou,' vi. 196. " As deep as 
Garrick, viii. 376. " As merry as grigtrs " 
Jo* 27 ?' Askwith or Asquith, x. 37. Austen 
(Stephen), bookseller, ix. 413. Author used 
for editor, vii. 473. " Bacchanals " or " Ba$r- 
o'-Nails," vi. 490. " Badger's Bush " Inn, vii. 

?no* S a M g J S ' * iv * 55< Ba g n igge House, xii. 
92. Bailiff of Eagle, ii. 134. Balances or 
scales, in. 273. Balloons and flying machines, 
xii. 195, 272. Bandy Leg Walk, x. 438. 
Barbers, famous, i. 375. " Barnard's Inn " 
Tavern, viii. 365. Barnes's ' Devil's Charter ' 
i. 510. Barren (C.), 19, Pall Mall, x. 114. 
Battle of Spurs, ii. 518. Battlefield sayings, 
i. 375. Bears and boars in Britain, ii. 489. 
' Beating the bounds," ii. 113 ; iii. 293. Becket 
(Thomas a), his martyrdom, i. 452. Beddoes 
surname, viii. 158. Beer sold without a licence, 
ii. 71. Bees told of deaths, ix. 434. Beeswing 
Club, xii. 512. Bellamy's, i. 352.' Bell-ringing 
at weddings, xii. 517. Bells, large, v. 34. Beulah 
Spa, Upper Norwood, ix. 35, 453. Bewdley a 
hundred years ago, vi. 377. Bibliography, vi. 
229. Bidding Prayer, vii. 32. Billycock hat, 
ix. 94. Bishop Island, vi. 76. Black and 
yellow, Devil's colours, iv. 97. Black Dog 
Alley, Westminster, ii. 118. Blind Institutions. 
xi. 435. Blue Coat School Costume, xi. 96, 
Bobby Dazzler, iv. 318. Boleyn (Anne), her 
remains, xi. 237. " Bonnie Cravat," tavern 
sign, x. 458. Bookseller's motto, v. 255. 
Bossing, its meaning, vii. 135. Bossom (John), 
xii. 196. Botemen : Landbote, xi. 432. 
Bottesford, ii. 416. Bowes, epitaph at, v. 
431. Bowes Castle, Yorkshire, v. 116. Brind- 
ley (James), i. 376. Britannia as national 
emblem, xi. 274. Broken Cross, Westminster, 
xi. 49. " Broken heart," iii. 78. " Broken - 
selde," xi. 10, 517. Bronte = Prunty, viii. 270. 
Brougham Castle, iv. 293, 373. Brumby, 
vi. 476. Brunswick (Duke of), x. 289. Bud- 
gee, a kind of ape, x. 137. Building customs 
and folk-lore, i. 515. Bulkmaster, its meaning, 
vii. 418. " Bull and Mouth " and " Mourning 
Bush," ix. 376. Bumble-puppy, old game, 
vii. 456. Burns's " Mensuration School," 
viii. 115. Butcher Hall Street, ii. 117. Byng 
(Admiral), i. 256. Cadey, x. 198. " Call a 
spade a spade," iii. 217. Camoens, Sonnet 
cciii., vii. 233. Campbells in Strand, v. 51. 
Candlemas gills, i. 36. Carmarthen families : 
Paddington House, xi. 153. Carstares or Car- 
stairs, xii. 57. Castle architecture, x. 255. 
Castle Rising, ix. 412. Castle Society of Musick , 
i. 71. Catalogues of MSS., iv. 436. Cateaton 
Street, v. 475. Ceremony at Ripon, iv. 357. 
Cernet's Tower in Bucklersbury, xii. 330. 
Chalk Farm, ix. 338. Chamber-horse for 
exercise, xi. 49. Charles II. and Catherine of 



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Braganza, viii. 407. Charming-bells for bird- 
catching, x. 94. Charters to City guilds, vii. 
457. Chemists' coloured bottles, v. 231. 
Cherry in place-names, vi. 136. Cheshire cat 
in America, i. 513. Cheyne Walk : China Walk, 
v. 375. Child (Miss), her elopement, x. 293. 
Chippendale (T.) upholsterer: W. Chippendale, 
vii. 37. Chirk Castle gates, ii. 357. Christian 
names, curious, i. 235. Christmas bibliography, 
iii. 32. Christmas carols : waits : guisers, 
iii. 10. Christmas custom in Somersetshire, 
iii. 236. Christmas pig, xi. 71. Christmas 
turnovers in The Globe, vi. 485. Christmas- 
tide folk-lore, i. 172. Chrystal Magna : Maylor 
Grange, x. 277. Churchwardens' accounts, 
v. 410. ; vii. 232 ; viii. 73 ; ix. 54. ' Clayton 
Arms," ix. 130. Clippingdale, vi. 237. " Coal 
Hole," v. 353. Cobweb pills, i. 273. Cockade, 
ii. 537. Coffins and shrouds, viii. 137. Cold 
Harbour : Windy Arbour, i. 496. Coliseums 
old and new, ii. 529 ; iii. 190. Compter 
Prison, iii. 254. Concerts of Antient Music, iv. 
49. Constitution Hill : Parliament Hill, xii. 
173. Cook (B.), bookseller, vi. 377. Copen- 
hagen House, iv. 295. Copper Mill, White- 
chapel, ix. 451. Cortel clocks, viii. 156. Court 
posts under Stuart kings, i. 173. Court roll 
terms, vii. 317. Cricket : earliest mention, 
95 ; pictures and engravings, iv. 132. Crom- 
well buried in Bed Lion Square, i. 72. Crom- 
well House, Highgate, iv. 135. " Crooked 
Billet," ix. 190. Crosby Hall, viii. 71. Crouch, 
the musical composer, i. 333. Crowmer 
(William) : Watts family, x. 233. " Crown and 
Three Sugar Loaves," i. 214, 373. Crows and 
rain, x. 136. Crucifixion : earliest representa- 
tion, v. 289. " Cry you mercy, I took you for 
a joint-stool," ii. 214. Custom of Thraves, iv. 
397. " Cut the loss," iii. 156. Cuttwoorkes, 
ii. 197. Daffodils, vi. 410. Dago, ii. 332. 
Dated stones in buildings, vi. 412. Delmer, v. 
433. Desmond, vi. 175. Devil's saffron, xii. 
415. Dew-ponds, xi. 474. ' Die and be 
Damned,' i. 491. Dipping well in Hyde Park, 
vii. 297. " Disce pati," i. 316. " Dish of tea," 
xii. 436. Dissenting preachers in the Old Jewry, 
viii. 435. Diving-bell, iii. 350. Dobbin, chil- 
dren's game, iii. 237. Dog-bite cure, ii. 538. 
Dole cupboards, vii. 16. Dolls in magic, x. 196. 
Dolores, musical composer, i. 177. Don 
Saltero's Tavern, Chelsea, x. 110. Doncaster: 
image of the Blessed Virgin, vii. 56. Door- 
shutting proverb, viii. 418. Dorsetshire snake- 
lore, i. 253. Dotty, vi. 356. Double-headed 
eagle, x. 153. Dowry Square, Clifton, x. 334. 
Drake (Sir Francis) and Chigwell Row, iv. 332. 
Droz (J.), his Spectacle Me"canique, vi. 495. 
" Drug in the market," i. 235. Dublin (Arch- 
bishop of), viii. 352. Ducimore, v. 52. Dudley 
arms, iv. 317. Duelling in England, iii. 16. 
Duke's Bagnio in Long Acre, iv. 115. Dutch 
Epiphany custom, v. 157. Baling, xi. 176. 
Easter bibliography, ix. 397. Edwards of 
Halifax, ix. 510. Elder-bush folk-lore, viii. 
212. Epitaphs, their bibliography, i. 173. 
' Esprit de 1'escalier," vii. 237. " Essex 
Serpent," x. 376. Eugene (Prince), his London 
statue, x. 448. Evil eye, ii. 156. Excavations 
at Richborough, ii. 373. Falcon Court, Shoe 
Lane, xi. 191, 271. Fame, v. 49. "Famous" 
Chelsea, v. 95, 133. " Father of his Country," 
ix. 115. " February fill dyke," iii. 314. " Feed 
the brute," i. 416. " Fide, sed cui vide," i. 154. 



Fig tree in the City, xi. 107. Figgess or 
Figgiss, ix. 478. Fire : fire out, viii. 37. 
Flags, vi. 12. Fleet Prison, x. 258 ; xi. 18. 
Fleet Street, No. 7, viii. 350, 411, 478 ; No. 
59, ix. 53. Flesh and shamble meats, i. 293. 
Floral emblems of countries, vi. 52. Flying 
machines : aviation, x. 250. Folk-lore origins, 
vii. 53. Font consecration, ii. 336. Football 
on Shrove Tuesday, i. 194. Fotheringay, ii. 215. 
"Free Trade "=smuggling, ii. 317. French 
Bevolution pottery, iv. 252. Fulham Bridge, 
v. 35. Fulture, i. 296. Funeral garlands, vi. 
254. G, hard or soft, vi. 190. GaUie surname, 
v. 394. Gamester's superstition, viii. 391. 
Gedney Church, Lincolnshire, x. 311. Gentle- 
men's evening dress, vii. 96. George I. : the 
nightingale and death, viii. 57. " Get a wiggle 
on," ii. 153. Gibbet as landmark, ix. 438. 
Glowworm or firefly, i. 112. "Go for "= 
attack, i. 272. " Going the round " : round- 
house, i. 9. " Golden Angel " in St. Paul's 
Churchyard, viii. 216. " Goody Two-Shoes," 
ii. 250. Gordon epitaph, ii. 134. Gosling 
family, viii. 256. Gower, a Kentish hamlet, xi. 
96. Greek and Roman tablets, v. 350. Green 
Dragon, xii. 14. Grenadier Guards, i. 31. 
Gulix hollands, xi. 470. Guncaster, i. 518. 
Halifax (Lord), vii. 238. Halley (Edmund), 
Surgeon, R.N., ii. 177. Hamilton Place, Hyde 
Park, ix. 94. Hammals, its meaning, vii. 248. 
Hampden family, xii. 292. Hampstead in 
song, x. 296. Harbours, xi. 452. Hare and 
Easter, v. 292. Harlsey Castle, co. York, ii. 198. 
Hatmakers' materials, ix. 388. Haymarket, 
Westminster, vii. 270. Hazel or hessle pears, 
ii. 436. Healen penny, xii. 98. Healing 
springs, vii. 134. " Hen and Chickens," sign, 
xii. 28. Heraldic, iii. 154 ; v. 335 ; xi. 169. 
Heraldic mottoes, iii. 92. Heraldry in Froissart : 
pillow, x. 452. Hermit's crucifix, ii. 435. 
Hertford borough seal, ii. 18. Hessel (Phoebe), 
ii. 16. Hocktide at Hexton, xii. 73, 214. 
Holbeach Church : knight's head resting on 
lady's body, x. 273. Holderness families, xii. 
212. Holy Britons, v. 417. Hops in Essex, 
vi. 227. Horse Hill, xi. 155. Horseferry, 
Westminster, iv. 51. Horseshoes for luck, iii. 
214. House, largest private in England, ii. 133. 
" House of warantyse," x. 298. Hove, x. 14. 
Hovelling, x. 198. Hoy (John) : Serle's 
Coffee-House, vi. 95, 217. Huff : " In a 
huff," v. 497. Hundred Courts, i. 197. " If 
two and two make four," xii. 231. Incached, 
viii. 235. Indian jugglery, vi. 516. Indian 
kings, iii. 449. Inscriptions on public buildings, 
i. 516. Iver, Bucks : Gallyhill, vii. 292. 
James IV. of Scotland, xii. 317. James II., 
statue of, i. 137. Japan, its antiquity, iii. 414. 
Jersey wheel, ii. 274. Jerusalem Court, Fleet 
Street, vii. 137. Jesuits at Mediolanum, x. 
374. Jockteleg, iv. 94. John (King), poisoned 
by a toad, iv. 256. John of Gaunt 's arms, 
x. 116. Jonson (Ben), his name, ix. 432. 
Keelhaul : cobkey : morryoune, viii. 54^ 
Kentish custom on Easter Day, ii. 15. " King 
of Patterdale," i. 194. King's Bodyguard, 
xi. 493. King's Cock-Crower, iii. 332. 
King's Silver : Lincoln College, x. 117. " Kings- 
ley's Stand," vii. 158. Kissing gates, ii. 395. 
Kit's Coty House, iv. 413. Knight Templar, 
i. 221. Laconic letters, v. 234. Lady-bird 
folk-lore, viii. 116. 'Lady of the Lake': 
allusions, ix. 133. Lamb's Panopticon, iv. 



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215, 297. Lansdowne Passage, Berkeley 
Strjeet, x. 356. Latin genitives in floriculture, 
v. 355. Latta surname, viii. 317. Law terms, 
early, x. 97. " Le " before trades, xii. 237. 
' Le Hole Bole," Honey Lane, xii. 348. " Le 
Meriole " : ' Le Colebrehous," xii. 149. " Le 
Stoples," xii. 348, 410. Leaguer, its meanings, 
xi. 476. Legenvre, iii. 437. Lettsom (Dr.), 
v. 210. Lewis (W.), comedian, iv. 218, 331. 
Life-star folk-lore, vii. 196. Lincoln, arms of, 
i. 234. Lines on a mug, iii. 435 ; iv. 92. 
Linton, portrait by, xii. 287. Lion and the 
unicorn, x. 294. Llangollen, xi. 494. " Lom- 
bard Street to a China orange," viii. 136. 
London, ancient, its topography, i. 295, 457 ; 
ii. 58. London cemeteries in " 1860, ii. 297, 

394, 496, 535. London cries, vi. 335. London 
houses, ancient, iii. 329. London newspapers, 

10 ; ix. 57. London parochial history, v. 
55, 297. London queries of eighteenth century, 
viii. 474. Lord-Lieutenants in Scotland, viii. 
418. Loutherbourgh, iii. 93. 'Love -a- la- 
Mode,' xi. 38. Ludovico, ii. 491. Lumber, 
its meanings, xi. 518. Lumpkin (Tony), vi. 
94. Lustre ware, v. 158. Lych gates, viii. 354. 

' Lying Bishop," vii. 496. Maidlow, v. 154. 
Making buttons = fidgeting, x. 158. Manor 
Court Rolls : Wyndrynge, vi. 472. Manor 
Court terms, xi. 516. Manor Mesne, vi. 153. 

' Mar " in Mardyke, xii. 475. Markham (Rev. 
George), xii. 296. Martello towers, i. 356. 
Martyrdom of St. Thomas, ii. 273, 432. Masons' 
marks, iii. 296. " Master Pipe Maker," xi. 
Matches in Congreve, vii. 397. Matross : 
Topass, their meaning, vii. 412. May Day : 
Maypole, ix. 398. May Light and Young Men's 
Light, v. 494. May -blossom : knots of may, 
xi. 437. Mazes, vi. 313. Mead (Dr. William), 
v. 337. Mechanical road carriages, xi. 431. 
Medal of Charles I., x. 134. Mediaeval church- 
yards, viii. 453 ; ix. 173. Mediaeval games of 
children, viii. 456. Medical coroner, vi. 38. 
Melancholy, i. 212. Mellycaton : musk-million, 
vi. 338. Michaelmas custom, ii. 431. Michael- 
mas Dav : its date, x. 194. " Miching mal- 
licho," ii. 524. Milestones, i. 132. Military 
"button : sergeants' chevrons, i. 472. Military 
Canal at Sandgate, xii. 334. Mineral Wells, 

Jtreatham, ii. 315. Moaler, its meaning, vii. 198. 
Monkeys stealing from a pedlar, vii. 13. Monoux 
(Sir George), viii. 91. Monro (Major), iv. 72. 
Month's mind : to have a month's mind, iii. 54. 
Moon and the weather, ii. 35. Moon folk-lore, 
175. Moral standards of Europe, ii. 334. 

; Mother of dead dogs," vi. 32. Mourning 
rites in Persia, vii. 338. Moxhay (Mr.), iii. 

395. Mug, as a verb, i. 337. Mummies for 
colours, ii. 229. Muscovy Company : Baltic 
Company, vi. 252. Mustlar : Muskyll, i. 335. 

pronounced ng, i. 291. " Naked Boy and 
Coffin," iii. 156. ' Near the church and far 
from God." vi. 496. Neile (Richard), Arch- 
bishop of York, xii. 498. Nelson Column, iii. 
368. Netmaker's circular : artificial eyes, 
Never, Never Land, xi. 158. " Never 
too late to mend," xii. 516. Newbery (J.), his 
grave, vii. 76. Newspaper (first ocean), i. 504. 
Nimbus, its significance, xii. 111. Nine 
Maidens, ii. 396. Ninus, his mother's name, 
North Devon May Day custom, ii. 75. 
Northumberland and Durham pedigrees, ii. 351. 
Numismatic, iv. 375. Oak, the ash, and the 
ivy, i. 35. Obb wig, ii. 176. Officer of the 



Pipe, x. 297. "Old England," i. 316. Om- 
Tree Hill, Greenwich, x. 173. Outroper, its 
meaning, xi. 508. " Over fork : fork over," 
vii. 33. Oxford: its name, ix. 318. Oxe-aye, 
vi. 234. Palindrome, iii. 310. Pannage and 
tollage, i. 232. Parish beadle, xi. 338. Pars- 
loe's Hall, Essex, iii. 490. Passing bell, i.[350. 
Passive resister, v. 32. Patty, vi. 255. Pawn- 
broker's sign and the Medici arms, iii. 330. 
Payne at the Mews Gate, vii. 493. Peacock 
as a Christmas symbol, v. 130. Pelican myth, 
ii. 311, 431. " Penny saved is twopence got," 
vii. 97. Penny wares, ii. 415 ; iii. 312. Periodi- 
cals for women, i. 295. Pic-nic, a carriage, v. 
235; Picking up scraps of iron, iii. 398. 
Picture post card, vi. 266. Pin witchery, ii. 271. 
Pincerna (Richard), ii. 92. Pindar family, i. 135. 
Plane sailing or plain sailing, x. 316. Pleshey. 
fortifications, iv. 116. Ply, iv. 110. ' Point 
and Indian Queen," xii. 328. Poll-books, 
vii. 416 ; viii. 177. Pomperkin, its meaning, 
vii. 232. " Pop goes the weasel," iii. 492. 
Popjoy, its meaning, vii. 136. Population of a 
country parish, iv. 495. Portsmouth Street, 
No. 14, ix. 395. Post boxes, vi. 453. Prse- 
munire, its etymology, vii. 257. Prescriptions, 
i. 453. Printing in the Channel Islands?, 
i. 436. Prints and engravings, i. 377. Pro- 
verbs, two old, viii. 55. Proxege and Senage, 
xi. 77. Public Office =Police Office, vii. 91. 
Quenington, Gloucestershire, iv. 36. Rad- 
cliffe (Ann), iv. 76. Railway train, first steam, 
i. 278. Ramie, ii. 12. Ramsgate Christmas 
procession, v. 374. " Rattling good thing," 
v. 335. Rebus in churches, v. 250. Rechabite, 
ii. 314. Red-tail Knights, x. 288. Regimental 
marches, x. 457. Reversion of trees, ii. 154. 
Revolution Society, x. 317. Rewman, vi. 373. 
Richard II. : his arms, vii. 250. Riding the 
black ram, i. 36. Ripley arms, iv. 374. River 
divided, i. 391. Robin Hood plays, viii. 295. 
Rollick, use of the word, xii. 93. Roman 
Catholic priests buried in London, vi. 218. 
Roman legions : their history, xii. 394. Roman 
tenement houses, ii. 73. Romney's ancestry, 
vii. 79. " Roping " a horse in Latin, i. 513. 
Roses as badges, x. 174. Round Oak Spring, 
x. 73. Royal Kepier School, Houghton-le- 
Spring, vii. 116. Ruckholt House, xi. 90. 
Rue and Tuscan pawnbrokers, i. 231. ' Rum 
of his teeth," i. 436. Rushlights, x. 27. Rut- 
land : origin of the name, xi. 294. Sack, 
iii.' 434. " Saint " as a prefix, ii. 192. St. 
Barbara's emblems, xii. 216. St. Bartholo- 
mew the Great, E.C., ix. 18. St. Bridgets 
Bower, i. 70. St. Dtinstan, i. 216. St. Edith, 
vi. 70. St. Florian, vi. 297. St. George : 
George as a Christian name, vii. 376. St. 
Gilbert of Sempringham, iv. 94. St. Margaret s 
Hospital, or Green Coat School, x. 172. St. 
Mary Axe : St. Michael le Querne, i. 89, 25?. 
St. Mary's, Shrewsbury, xi. 356. St. Msiy s 
Abbey, York, ix. 496. St. Paulinus and 
Swale, iv. 254. St. Sepulchre, iii. 173. Salep 
or Salop, i. 97, 233. "Salutation' Tavern, 
Billingseate, vii. 510. Samplers, v. 245. 
Sands "(Archbishop), ix. 358. 'Saracens 
Head," Snow Hill, xii. 131. Satan's auto- 
graph, iii. 354. Scallions, rv. 375 ; v. 54. 
School for the Indigent Blind, viii. 235. " Scole 
Inn," Norfolk, i. 313. " Scomer upon the 
Hope," xii. 68. Scotch burial custom, iv. 77. 
Searches, vi. 213. Semaphore signalling, xi. 



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GENEEAL INDEX. 



211. " Send " of the sea, i. 456. Seringapa- 
tam, vii. 317. " Set up my (his) rest," vii. 54. 
' Seven and nine," xi. 497. Seventeenth- 
century inventories, ix. 53. Seventeenth- 
century phrases, ii. 533. " Sham Abraham," 
viii. 293. Shanks's mare, i. 415. Sheep fair on 
ancient earthwork, viii. 296. Sheffield plate, 
v. 92. Silk men : silk throwsters, ii. 217, 
Skrimahander, vi. 232. Sloan surname, xii. 
318. "Sol's Arms," ix. 154. Somersetshire 
dialect, viii. 248. Sorner, vi. 88. Sorpeni : 
Haggovele, i. 256. Southwold Church, iii. 369. 
Spanish Walk Exchange, xii. 356. Special 
constables, vi. 417. Spelling changes, vii. 172. 
Sponges, xii. 438. " Stafford blue," vi. 214. 
' Star and Garter Tavern," Pall Mall, x. 336. 
Statue discovered at Charing Cross, ii. 448. 
; ' Stick to your tut," xii. 15. " Storm in a tea- 
cup," xi. 456. Straw-plaiting, iii. 413. " Sub 
rosa," ix. 335. Subterraneous Exhibition, viii. 
174. Suck-bottle : feeding-bottle, viii. 257. 
Suckling (Sir John) : pallat, vii. 414. " Sun 
and Anchor " Inn, ii. 92, 315. Surrey Gardens, 
x. 33. Sussex arms, x. 332. Swimming bath : 
swimming stays, x. 89. Tackle-house : tackle- 
porter, xii. 350, 392. Talbot, its origin, vii. 290. 
Tale of drop of water, ix. 518. Tarleton 
and the sign of " The Tabor," iii. 73. " That's 
another pair of shoes," xi. 252. Thaw as sur- 
name, viii. 334. " The better the day the 
better the deed," ii. 17. Thistle and saint, xi. 
258. Three Choirs, vi. 49. Three tailors of 
Tooley Street, iii. 35. Thumb (Tom) in London, 
vi. 76. Tithing barn, ii. 477. Toad as medi- 
cine, ii. 325. Tollgate houses, x. 274. Tolsey 
at Gloucester, xi. 15. Torch and taper, i. 
196. Touching for the king's evil, iv. 335. 
Tower of London, ix. 514. Tristan and Isolde, 
vii. 151. Trooping the colours, ii. 116. Tru- 
man (T.), bookseller, xii. 18. Truss-fail, x. 490. 
Turnspit dogs, xii. 315. Tutbury, honour of, 
i. 195. ' Two Friends," Princes Street, v. 153. 

Cats," v. 397. Twyford 
Tye, ix. 78. " Under a 
cloud," xi. 454. University Women's Club, 
name for, ii. 33. Vaccination and inocula- 
tion, ii. 313. Vandecar, v. 455. Village 
mazes, ix. 475 ; x. 96. Village names feminine, 
xi. 115. "Vin gris," ix. 134. "Vine" Inn, 
Highgate Road, ii. 433. " Vine " Tavern, 
Mile End, ii. 252. Vintners' Company, xii. 
477. Virgin Mary's nut, xii. 256. Voreda, 
Roman town, x. 317. Waggoner's Wells, ii. 
214. Walking cloth, v. 212. " Walkyn Silver," 
iii. 95. " Warren " and the hare, xii. 225. 
Waverley Novels, glossaries to, xi. 178. Weed 
= tobacco, ix. 274. West-Country fair, i. 93. 
West London rivers, viii. 414. Weston (Sir 
Richard), ix. 98. " What the Devil said to 
Noah," xii. 10. Wheel as a symbol of religion, 
iv. 251. " Whipping the cat," ix. 317. Whit- 
church, Middlesex, v. 336. Whitty tree, ii. 
113. 'Wife Bazaar," x. 237. Wilbraham 
and Tabraham, proper names, xi. 173. Will's 
Coffee-house, ii. 461. Winstanley (William), his 
birthplace, x. 38. Winter : its proclamation, 
ix. 133. Womack (Dr. Laurence), xii. 492. 
Wooden cups in East Anglia, viii. 331. W T ooden 
fonts, iii. 253. Woodhens, payment by, vii. 
276. Wooset, its meaning, xi. 71. Words and 
phrases in American newspapers, xii. 11, 270, 
492. " World Turned Upside Down," viii. 355. 
Worm, i. 492. Wren and the moon, viii. 438. 



' Two Sneezing 
Abbey, v. 476. 



"Wrong side of the bed," iii. 474. Wyberton, 
Lines, vii. 116. Yeoman of the Crown, i. 272. 
Yeoman service, viii. 151. Young (E.), author 
of ' Night Thoughts,' xi. 34. Yule " clog," 
bringing it in, iii. 11, 155 

MacMichael (T. C.) on "Blue Idle' Meeting- 
House, xii. 510. Figgess or Figgiss, ix. 478 
MacMullen (Major G. R.) on the Lyttons at Kneb- 

worth, vii. 247, 357 

McMurray (W.) on Aldersgate Aldermen, ix. 249, 
375. Anglican clergyman, vi. 30. ' Anti- 
quary's Books," xii. 383. Bethlehem Hospital, 
viii. 466. Blackborough (William), x. 488. 
Bloodworth (Sir Thomas), Lord Mayor, vii. 
409; viii. 13, 158. "Bull and Mouth" and 
" Mourning Bush," ix. 309. Bunyan (John), 
his will, viii. 468. Bunyan and Milton, 
genealogies, vii. 329. " Cardinal " of St. Paul's, 
x. 173 ; xi. 15. Cateaton Street, v. 475. 
Chiswick memorials, xii. 405. Clergy, inferior, 
their appellations, ix. 454. Clerical inter- 
ments, x. 148. Cornish vergers : Carne family, 
viii. 115. ' D.N.B.' additions, xii. 402. Eliza- 
beth, Queen of Bohemia, xii. 395. Feilde (Rev. 
Matthew), xii. 349. Fifth-Monarchy Men, vii. 
334. Fig trees in London, xii. 293, 477. 
Fleetwood of St. John Zachary, xii. 469. 
Foster's ' Index Ecclesiasticus,' vi. 229. Ham- 
let as Christian name, viii. 156 ; xii. 98. Heck- 
stall (Rev. Brooke), xii. 247, 354. Herenden 
family, x. 489. Historical MSS. discovered, 
xii. 450. Hogsflesh (William), viii. 396. 
Hutchins (Rev. John), xi. 409. Littlecote 
House, Wiltshire, viii. 514. London coaching 
houses in 1680, viii. 95. London parochial 
history, iv. 288 ; v. 95. London poor tenip* 
Elizabeth, ix. 47. London records in the Guild- 
hall, vii. 67. Lucy (Sir Thomas), viii. 253. 
Men of family as parish clerks, viii. 516. Mil- 
ton's Bible, ix. 27. Monoux (Sir George), viii. 
90, 496. Nonconformist burial-grounds, ix. 
234. Nonjurors : Rev. Benjamin Way, viii. 
414. ' Notes and Queries,' Indexes to, xii. 
407. Ordinaries of Newgate, vii. 454 ; viii. 10. 
Panton family, vi. 146. Parish dinners, ix. 
306. Parish documents, curious, vii. 248. 
Parish records wanting, viii. 48. Parry and 
Perry families, xii. 435. Place, v. 371. ' Poor . 
Folks' Stairs," v. 509. Richard Cceur-de-Lion : 
his heart, xii. 516. St. Peter's in Chepe : St. 
John Zachary, vi. 114, 215. " Salutation ' 
Tavern, Billingsgate, vii. 511. Seventeenth- 
century inventories, viii. 389. Signs of old 
London, vi. 45, 424 ; vii. 445 ; viii. 288 ; ix. 
228 ; xi. 102 ; xii. 203, 463. Stamford, medise- 
val body found at, xii. 426. Vivandires, x. 
158. White City sundial motto, xii. 3b7. 
Wylde (Henry), Gresham Professor, ix. 373 
MacNab legend, xi. 208, 375, 492 
Macnamara (H. D.) on almanac of 1544, v. 127 
MacNamara surname, its pronunciation, vi. 485 ; 

vii. 58 
Macnaughton (W. A.) on officers of State in 

Scotland, vii. 10 
Macpherson (James), 1738-96, on footfalls and 

music, iv. 161 

McPike (E. F.) on Auditors of the Exchequer, 
ix. 386. Bibliographical queries, iii. 473. 
Bibliographies, iii. 243 ; iv. 135. Booksellers' 
catalogues, v. 85. Charlett (Dr. Arthur), vi. 
408. Chicago in 1853, i. 165. Denton family, 
v. 209 ; vii. 507 ; xi. ,366. Drummond (Gavin), 
vi. 305. Genealogical queries, viii. 189. 



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Genealogies in preparation, iv. 467. Genealogy 
in America, ii. 63. Guest family, i. 504. Hal- 
ley Jt(Edmund), surgeon, R.N., ii. 88, 224. 
Halley (Dr. Edmund), iv. 526 ; vii. 263. 
Halley (Humphrey), vi. 69. Halley and 
Pyke families, v. 265 ; ix. 166 ; xi. 407. Halley 
arms, v. 406 ; vi. 368. Halley surname, iii. 447. 
Halley's comet, i. 86. Halley's two voyages, 
1698-1700, i. 289. Heated refrigerator-cars, 
vi. 146. Hudson (Henry), his descendants, iv. 
288. Index Society, ii. 389. McDonald and 
McPike families, x. 105. McDonald family of 
Ireland, ii. 467. Millikin-Entwistle families, 
iii. 6. Modern alchemy : making diamonds, 
iv. 167. Mountain family, v. 448. ' Notes 
and Queries,' local, iii. 108.* Officer : Official, i. 
486. Parry and Halley families, vii. 89, Parry 
and Perry families, xii. 344. Pike or McPike, 
ii. 249. Pike or Pyke family, vi. 207 ; viii. 44 
Poll-books, viii. 76. Regicides of Charles I., i. 
169. Stepney (George), vii. 8. Stewart and 
Halley families, ix. 446. Tooke and Halley 
families, vii. 445; viii. 221, 373 ; xi. 64. Tower 
of London, y. 47. Washington (G.), his arms, 
ii. 417. William III., crowned in Ireland, i. 
446 ; at the Boyne, ii. 453. Yankee Doodle,' 

, , . ' 

m. 24 

McPike and McDonald families, x. 105, 314 
McPike =Miss Haley or Haly, ii. 467 
McPike or Pike surname, ii. 249 
McQueen family, x. 389 
M'Quillin (Bernard Lord) on Quillin or Quillan, 

iv. 206. Spanish Armada, xii. 330 
Macrae (D.) on Dickens on the Bible, v. 304 
Macray (John), his ' Golden Lyre,' 1829-30, xii. 

Macray (W. D.) on apples : their names, x. 15 ; 
xii. 254. Charles I., vii. 253. ' Children of the 
Chapel,' ii. 33. Cope, or chasuble, i. 436. 
Cromwell's head, xii. 32. Envelopes, i. 175. 
Pindlater (Count) at Karlsbad, xii. 314. Fonts, 
desecrated, ii. 112. * Golden Lyre.' xii. 473. 
Gordon case and Clement XI., ix. 12. Grant 
(Rev. R.), vii. 155. Heenvliet and Lord 
Wotton's daughter, vii. 175. Holyoake and 
special constables, v. 191. Hoppner's un- 
traced portraits, ix. 212. Jefferyes (Capt. 
James), iv. 496. Jew King, ix. 472. Jukes 
{Andrew), vii. 96. London parochial history, 
174. Marebpake : viere, viii. 15. Miller 
(W.), engraver, i. 336. Non jurors : Rev. Ben- 
jamin Way, viii. 277. " Omne bonum Dei 
donum," vii. 33. Paxtol, x. 72. St. George : 
George as a Christian name, vii. 455. Ship- 
man (Sir Abraham), iii. 197. ' Speculum 
Episcopi,' v. 337. Thurcet, x. 72. Wonders 
of the World, xi. 175 

MacRitchie (D.) on Egypt as a place-name, xi. 
94 

MacRoberts (S. Mclntosh) on Steepe surname, x. 

468 

McTear (J. S.) on brelan, v. 114. Card terms, ii. 77 
Madan (Martin) and W. Cowper, ii. 1, 42 
Madan (Martin) of Nevis, d. 1704, his bioeraphv, 

ix. 509 ; x. 256 
Madden (Sir F.), edition of ' Havelock the Dane ' 

iii. 429 

Maden case, c. 1860, lady and the oath, x. 190 
Madness : ' The Progress of Madness,' poem, 

viii. 490 
Madonna, black images of, iv. 305. See Mary 

(Blessed Virgin). 
Madrid, helmet of gold at, vi. 308 



Maeder, , of Dublin, c. 1820, date of his death, 

vi. 229 
Maeterlinck (M.), his ' Pelteas et Melisande,' iv. 

107, 156 

' Magazine of Art,' its history, ii. 145 
Magazines, Welsh : ' Yr Ymofynydd,' viii. 465 
Magdalen College, May morning music at, v. 368, 

413 
Magdalen College School, and the ' D.N.B.,' iv. 

21, 101, 154, 182, 244, 364 ; v. 22, 122, 284, 

362 ; vi. 2, 104, 203 ; vii. 63, 142, 304, 383, 

477 

Magee (Archbishop) and the tomtit, x. 425, 496 
Maghzen, Arabic word, its meaning, vi. 467 ; 

vii. 133 
Magic, dolls in, ix. 168 ; x. 118, 195, 272 ; Indian, 

x. 428, 495 

Maginn (W.) on Moses Mendez, ix. 211, 416 
Magna Charta, annotations by Blackstone, i. 

469 ; Richard Clark's copy, ii. 35 
Magna Charta Barons, male descendants, xii. 149, 

236, 313 

Magnetism, animal, and De Quincey, vii. 345 
Magnificat, Prayer Book version, vi. 348, 411 
Magrath (Dr. J. R.), his ' Flemings in Oxford,' ii. 

626 

Magsman, derivation of the term, i. 6 
Maguire (H. J.) on London penny post, viii. 370 
Maguire (T. H.), his picture ' Cromwell refusing 

the Crown of England,' viii. 375 
Mahala : squaw, synonyms, i. 64 
Mahalla, Arabic word, its meaning, vii. 45, 96, 

133, 236 
Mahan (Capt.) on Ireland's strategic position, 

xii. 187 

Maher of Moyne, soldier, c. 1750-70, ix. 329 
Mahon (Mrs.), " Bird of Paradise," her biography, 

ix. 170 
Mahony (Peirce Gun) on Croppenbergh : Bucke, 

viii. 67. Croppenbergh family, vi. 488. Jack- 
son and Law families, xiL 48.. Jackson family, 

x. 328. Mahony or O'M&hony family, viii. 

148, 294. Pontifex family, viii. 188. Tombstones 

and inscriptions, viii. *201. W T right (Philip), 

c. 1759, vii. 48 

Mahony or O'Mahony family, viii. 148, 294 
Maid of Kent, Holy, iii. 25 
Maid of the Mill, her identity, x. 350 
Maiden in British place-names, iii. 329, 394, 477 
Maiden-garland, the custom, xii. 327 
Maiden Road, Stratford, its name, v. 328 ; vi. 

136 
Maidens, Nine, and other stone circles, ii. 128, 

235, 396, 453 
Maidlow, etvmology of the name, iv. 508 ; v. 154, 

196 

Maidlow (W. H.) on the tenth wave, x. 512 
Maids, old, in Darwinian chain of argument, iv. 

169 237 
Maiko'y (A. N.), his legend of Council of Constance, 

i. 8 ; his poem on the Council of Basle, ii. 18 
Maimonides, his autobiography, xi. 239 
Main, use and meaning of the word, c. 976, ix. 169 
Mair and Burnet families, iii. 149 
Maistre (Xavier de), his ' Voyage autour de ma 

Chambre,' v. 409 ; vi. 55 
Maitland (P. C.) on Mrs. Beecher Stowe on Byron, 

xii. 328 
Maitland family, v. 190 
Majendie (S.) on St. Katherine's by the Tower, 

ii. 307 

Major (John), his ' Historia Majoris Britanniae,' 
v. 386 



172 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Makeham (R.) on Dickens on the Bible, v. 391 

"Making buttons "= fidgeting, use of the term, 
ix. 467 ; x. 13, 158 

Makower (S. V.) on " viretot " in Scott, xii. 267 

Malapert (Martin), in treatise by E. Southerne, 
1593. iv. 349 

Maiden, Maiden Lane at, iii. 329, 394, 477 

Maiden (A. R.) on John Bowie, D.D., iv. 428. 
Briefs for Greek Christians, xi. 458. Corbridge 
(James), xi. 357. Epitaphiana, ii. 475. False 
quantities in Parliament, ii. 418. Martyrdom 
of St. Thomas, ii. 31 

Maldon records and the drama, vii. 181, 342, 422 ; 
viii. 43 

Male, evolution of the, vii. 309 

Male, legal use of the word, ii. 426, 453, 517 

Malea (Cape), its hermit, vi. 268 

Male-travels, use of the term, c. 1763, vi. 367 

Malet (Sir Charles), and Warren Hastings, iii. 28 ; 
in Poona, 1785-1797, xi. 389 

Malet (Sir E.) on Wace on the battle of Hastings, 
iii. 456 

Malet (Col. Harold) on American Civil War verses, 
iv. 296. Authors of quotations wanted, vii. 35. 
Bathurst (Lord) and highwayman, iv. 495. 
Bell-ringing on 13 August, 1814, ii. 631. 
' British Biography,' ix. 50. Carrier pigeons, 
ix. 485. Chamber-horse for exercise, xi. 114. 
Clement's Inn knocker, xi. 117. Companies of 
Invalids, vi. 38. Courvoisier, viii. 408. Direc- 
tion post v. signpost, v. 496. Dolores, musical 
composer, i. 177. Esdaile (William), iv. 481. 
Flint and steel, vii. 396. French camp at 
Sandgate, vi. 208 ;. viii. 218. Hastings (Warren) 
and Sir Charles Malet, iii. 28. High Court of 
Liberty, x. 245. Hinds (Dr. Samuel), i. 415. 
Hopper (H.), modeller, x. 218. Laconic 
letters, v. 234. London statues and memorials, 
x. 372. Magna Charta barons, xii. 313. Malet 
(Sir Charles) in Poona, xi. 389. Martyrdom of 
St. Thomas, ii. 195. Montfort (Simon de), his 
portrait, ix. 392. Napoleon's carriage, viii. 
217. Nelson's uniform, iv. 370. .New Year 
beacon at Weldon, ix. .46. " Old Highlander," 
vii. 92. Photography, iv. 450. Pin-fire, v. 159. 
Portrait by Linton, 1683, xii. 333. ' Road 
Scrapings,' ii. 117. Roman death duties, ix. 
74. Royal Oak Day, iv. 132. St. Dunstan, 
i. 216. " Scole Inn," Norfolk, i. 313. Seringa- 
patam, vii. 317. Swords, regulation, xii. 376. 
Thames Embankment, its originators, viii. 166. 
Waterloo : letter by Vivian, x. 196. Williams 
(Samuel), draughtsman, v. 498 

Malherbe, his ' Stances a Du Perrier,' xi. 507 : 
xii. 38 

Malleson (Hope) on Miss Anne Manning, xii. 408 
Malleson (J. P.) on Shakespeariana, x. 345 
Malleson (W. T.) on authors of quotations wanted, 

x. 188. Ode to Napoleon Bonaparte, x. 258. 

Rattlesnake Colonel: Catgut ruffles, x. 189; 

xi. 135 
Mallet (David), and Bishop Warburton, ii. 7 ; 

and Bowes, Yorkshire, v. 235, 295, 370, 431 
Malleville (Whyte de) mentioned by Lenotre, xi. 

86 

Malone (E.) on ' Venus and Adonis,' i. 310 
Malone (J.) on piccaninny, iv. 255. Shakespeare's 

' Profession of Faith,' iv. 230 
Malone family, x. 87 
Malory (Sir Thomas), and pardon granted to T. 

Glegg by Edward IV., vii. 88 
Malta, military execution in 1861, iii. 304, 375 
Maltby (William and John), their parentage, v. 8 



Maltese Beefeaters, c. 1859, xii. 148, 198 
Mamaloi, hybrid word, x. 325 
Mamamouchi, origin of the word, x. 328 ; xi. 55 
Mamba, venomous African snake, v. 428, 473 ; 

vi. 10, 115, 152, 218, 294 

Man, Isle of, records of marriages in, i. 9 ; Gaelic 
inscriptions in, ii. 44 ; bishop imprisoned, 
ii. 487, 534 ; iii. 57 ; blown about by the 
winds, v. 126 

Man, oldest, in the world, vi. 305 
Man in a quart bottle, early reference, xii. 289 
Man in the almanac, allusion explained, ix. 408,. 

476 ; x. 56, 118 

Man in the moon in 1590, x. 446, 518 
Man on his own appearance in ' Life of Snowden 

Dunhill,' vi. 346 

Man of Kent on Barham arms in Ashford Church, 
vi. 208. " In a huff," v. 497. " Kentish Sir 
Byng," vi. 230. Kissing gates, ii. 328. Red 
Indians in poetry, vi. 296 

Man of noses, name for the soft clam, iv. 125, 197 
Manager on Bacon on the stomach, xi. 428 
Manby (Capt. George Wm.), his ' Reminiscences, 

i. 21 

Manche, La, antiquity of the name, i. 448 
Manchester, Portico Library, its early history, 

v. 368 
Manchester Free Library, epitaph in Owen MSS., 

x. 210 

Manchet, etymology of the word, ii. 328 . 
Manchurian and Korean names, i. 265 , 
Maneis (Sir Anto. ), holder of Crown land at Egham, 

iv. 48 
Mangan (James Clarence), his translation ot 

Schiller's ' Hope,' iii. 5 
Mangos teen markings, i. 212 
Manitoba, pronunciation of the name, i. 206, 276, 

373 

Mann (Sir Horace), his biography, xii. 368 
Manners (Col. H. H.), d. 1843, his family, xi. 149 
Manners (J.) and Dorothy Vernon in Nottingham, 

vi. 484 
Manners (Lord Robert), d. 1770, his biography, vi. 

145, 217 
Manners (General Russell), d. 1800, his family, 

xi. 149 
"Manners, twopence for," a school extra, vii. 

228. 
Manning on St. Bernard dogs in England, xii. 

388 
Manning (Miss Anne), d. 1907, her papers, xii. 408, 

497 
Manning (Cardinal), inscription on his coffin, 

vii. 245 
Manning (Rev. Charles Robertson), his Norfolk 

antiquities, i. 67 
Manning (Rev. Owen), historian of Surrey, his 

biography, v. 87 
Manning (P.) on Owen Manning, v. 87. Williams 

(Erasmus), x. 330 
Manor Court : Court Leet, survivals, vii. 327, 377 ; 

viii. 16, 93, 334, 413 

Manor Court Rolls of Wyndrynge, vi. 408, 472 
Manor Court terms, xi. 249, 516 
Manor Courts and wills, ii. 226, 353, 437, 536 
Manor house c. 1300, good specimens, x. 450 j 

xi. 18 
Manor identifications in divers counties, x. 48, 

254 
Manor Mesne, use of the term, vi. 68, 153, 238, 

257, 292 

Manor rolls, guide to, i. 169, 198, 272 ; abbrevia- 
tions in, x. 309, 398 



TENTH SERIES. 



173 



Manorial customs : bees and regal birds, vi. 166 
Manorial system, survival in Nottinghamshire, v. 

286 
Manors : Tiburne, x. 341, 430, 494 ; Neyte, Ey- 

bury, and Hyde, x. 321, 461 ; xi. 22, 174, 231 
Manors, Lords of, and intestate estates, ix. 469 
Mansfield (Earl of), commemorative tablet, ii. 425 
Mansfield Gooseberry-Tart Fair, vii. 328, 476 
Mansions and villages, their disappearance, xii. 

189 

Manson (E.) on origin of ' She Stoops to Con- 
quer,' iv. 261 

Manson (F. W.) on watch inscription, x. 506 
Manson (T. F.) on pawnshop, ii. 354. Penny 
wares, ii. 456. Publishers' catalogues, ii. 118 
Mantegna (Andrea), his house at Mantua, iv. 87 ; 

v. 74, 115, 233 

Mantelpiece, sixteenth-century, vii. 209 
Mantis, its pugnacity, i. 37 
Mantua, Andrea Mantegna's house at, iv. 87 ; 

v. 74, 115, 233 
Manuel's ' Count Lucanor and the Invisible 

Cloth,' iii. 240 

Manufacturer on silesias : pocketings, ii. 312 
Manufactures Building at Chicago World's Fair, 

ii. 197 

Manuscripts, punctuation in, iv. 144, 262 ; v. 
502 ; viii. 222 ; catalogues of, iv. 368, 415, 531 ; 
v. 51 ; proverbs and phrases in, x. 281 
Manx emphasis, v. 346 

Many, pronunciation of the word, iii. 322, 393 
Manytice, use of the word c. 1391, x. 468 
Manzi, Joyant & Co. on Lady Masham, v. 387 
Manzoni, works in English, i. 347 ; translations of 

' Betrothed,' ii. 169, 238 
Maori names, vi. 86 

Mapletoft ( Eleanor )= William Laxon, i. 167 
Mapletoft (John), 1631-1720, his portrait, x. 289 
Maps : place-names in, 1637, viii. 350 ; illustrat- 
ing Strabo, x. 8, 77, 155 ; oldest in the world, 
155 

Mar in Mardyke, its meaning, xii. 310, 475 
Marathon runners, x. 86 
Marbach (G. O.), his " Volksbucher," xii. 9, 58, 

133 
Marble Arch, its history, ii. 226 ; its statuary 

and ornamentation, x. 491 
Marble Arch improvement and Tyburn Tree, ix. 

405 
March (Ausias), Catalan* troubadour, translations 

from, iv. 469 ; v. 14 

March Malen, meaning of the term, xii. 489 
March proverb, sweep " flees " away, xi. 226, 277, 

374 
March 25 as New Year's Day, vi. 368, 431, 471 ; 

vii. 15 

Marcham (F.) on bibliographies, iii. 316. Hol- 

licke or Holleck, Middlesex, iii. 387. Lyly's 

Euphues and his England,' iii. 366. Norden's 

' Speculum Britannise,' iii. 450 

Marcham (W. McB.) on Chester Plea Bolls, iii. 494 

Marcham (W. McB. and F.) on Caxton and his 

family, vi. 241. Cornwallis (Thomas), v. 244. 

Qollicke or Holleck, iv. 36. Kempishawe, xi. 

412. Margaret of Richmond, xii. 15. Oxgate 

Manor, x. 172. 

Marchant (F. P.) on arrival : departure, vi. 47. 
Barnewell (H.), Prebendary of Bochester, x. 
448. Blood used in building, iii. 35. Bohemian 
language, v. 217, 315. Bohemian teacher, great, 
vi. 205. Bohemian tongue-twisters, ix. 446. 
Bohemian villages, ii. 86. Bonassus, wonder- 
ful animal, xii. 353. Burney's ' History of 



Music,' x. 9. Candlemas gills, i. 75. Cech 
language, iii. 202. Cosmogony, heretical, x. 347. 
Cross in the Greek Church, ii. 531. Czechs and 
Germans, iv. 187. Death (Edward), of Gray's 
Inn, ix. 90. Devil's advocate in Tibet, vi. 67. 
Eggler, ii. 447. Election jingle, v. 67. English 
officials under foreign Governments, iii. 131. 
" Esprit de 1'escalier," vii. 237. " Father of 
his Country," ix. 152. First Oxford Russian 
grammar, viii. 85. First Russian Christian 
martyr, viii. 6. " Freshman " women, ii. 266. 
Gilbert (Mr.), mathematician, iv. 369. Gold v. 
silver, iii. 175. Good King Wenceslaus, vii. 
426 ; viii. 175. Gray's ' Elegy ' in Russian, 
v. 357. Hetman : Ataman, v. 109. Holborn, 
iii. 234. Human sacrifices : ghosts, iii. 498. 
Hus before Council of Constance, xii. 94. Kite- 
flying in the East, ix. 147. Krapina, viii. 258. 
Ladies and side-saddles, xii. 295. Lady-bird 
folk-lore, viii. 116. Legend of Council of 
Constance, i. 8 ; ii. 18. M. for Monsieur, iv. 45. 
Midwife toad, ix. 236. Miners' greeting, iv. 391. 
Negroes and law, i. 206. ' Old Tarlton's Song,' 
viii. 277. Peroun, viii. 330, 438. Pontificate, 
i. 404. Preseren, Slavonic poet, vi. 133, 
Right, the, and the wrong, vii. 46. Rogest- 
vensky, iii. 356. Russian names, iii. 256 ; xi. 
235. Sacred place-names in foreign lands, xii. 
176. Scribblers, irresponsible, ii. 136. Servian 
names, x. 305. Shoreditch family, x. 455. 
Slovaks, xii. 242. Slovenish language, vii. 381. 
Sneezing superstition, xi. 117. S.P.Q.R., vii. 57. 
Tartar legend of Alexander the Great, vii. 
126. Touching wood, vi. 174. Verify your 
references, vi. 174. Waterloo : its pronuncia- 
tion, x. 232. Yule " clog," bringing it in, 
iii. 156 

Marches, regimental, x. 167, 312, 352, 377, 457 
Marchetti (Bishop M.), collection of drawings, xii. 

47, 112 

Marchi (Vincenzo), Italian artist, c. 1870, ii. 468 
Marcomanni and Quadi, Gibbon on the, vii. 89 
Mardale, King of, the appellation, i, 276 
Mareboake, seventeenth-century term, its meaning, 

vii. 448 ; viii. 15, 134 
Marshal (Sylvain), his ' Dictionnaire des Ath^es, 

iv. 265 
Margaret, daughter of Maximilian I., portraits of, 

vi. 248, 292, 357 

Margaret of Richmond, inscriptions in West- 
minster Abbey, xi. 463 ; xii. 15, 215 
Margerison (S.) on Stratford residents in eigh- 
teenth century, iii. 187. Unrestored churches, 
ii. 487 
Margins, large-paper, v. 147, 217, 377 ; their size, 

ix. 285 ; x. 72 
Maria (Donna) of Spain, her biography, xii. 47, 

91, 152 
Maria on pin-basket = youngest child, ix. 417. 

Streatham place-names, ix. 190 
Marie Antoinette, and Mrs. Charlotte Atkyns, ix. 
343 ; her death mask, xi. 327, 417 ; sketch 
by David, xii. 409, 513 
Marie Louise (Empress), her second marriage, 

xi. 107, 214 
Marines, epitaph on lieutenant of, i. 368 
Marinone & Co., barometer by, ii. 346 
Market, " mart " used for, xii. 326 
Market customs, Scottish, xii. 121, 217 
Markham (Rev. George), c. 1790, his biography, 

xii. 248, 296 

Markham (W.), his { Spelling Book,' ii. 327, 377, 
494 



174 



GENERAL INDEX. 



Marks (A.) on The Brill, Somers Town, xi. 26. 

Exchequer tallies, v. 305. Hanged, drawn, and 

quartered, i. 411. Hanging alive in chains, xi. 

221, 303, 404. Lines on a mug, iii. 228. St. 

Martin Pomeroy, x. 382. Tyburn, ii. 26 
Marks (A. G.) on Marks and Inder families, viii. 

507 
Marks (Henry Stacy), his ' Poor Blind Worm,' xii. 

310 
Marks (J. A.) on eighteenth-century and older 

plays, iii. 48 

Marks Stone, near Chad well Heath, ix. 191, 237 
Marlborough (John, Duke of), and Shakespeare, i. 

127, 177, 256, 292, 352 ; history of his statue, x. 

493 
Marlborough (Sarah, first Duchess of), her brothers 

and sisters, ii. 149, 211, 257, 372, 413, 494 
Marlborough Square, Chelsea, x. 320 
Marlborough wheels, explanation of the term, vi. 

386, 436 ; vii. 157, 378 ; ix. 293 
Marli on Marly horses, vii. 190 
Marliani, his biography and writings, ii. 227 
Marlow (W.), his pictures of the Pope's seats, ix. 

128 

Marlowe (Christopher), and Shakespeare, i. 1, 75 ; 

date of his birth, 408, 491 ; ' Come live with 

me," ii. 89, 153, 434 ; " tumeraris " in ' Dr. 

Faustus,' ix. 65 

Marly horses, vii. 190, 211, 251,277, 352, 376, 396 
Marmont family, iii. 189, 251 

Marmor " and the sea in Latin poets, v. 106, 

153 

Maro on split infinitive, iii. 95, 211. Vulgate, iii. 

248 

Marquee, etymology of the word, iv. 164 
''Marquis of Granby," public-house sign, vii. 464 
Marquois scales, their invention, ii. 187 
Marriage, banns of, instructions concerning, i. 18 
Marriage Act, Lord Lyndhurst's, ix. 50, 95 
Marriage compared to a Devonshire lane, xii. 

469, 517 

Marriage Houses, i. 33 
Marriage in a shift, vi. 127, 199 
Marriage licences, Surrey, c. 1760-1820, iii. 326 ; 

diocese of Exeter, xii. 330, 373 
Marriage notices from ' Gent. Mag.,' &c., ix. 170 
Marriage relationships, xii. 268, 315 
Marriage Service in the Book of Common Prayer, 

iii. 7, 74 

Marriage superstitions in Orkney, xii. 484 
Marriages, births, and deaths, their registration, 

xi. 348 ; xii. 96 
Marriages, Fleet, i. 9, 75 ; morganatic, 52 ; 

portraits which led to, iii. 287, 334, 377; 

iv. 92 ; Commonwealth, 1657, vi. 8 ; their 

solemnization, c. 1653, ix. 89 ; of recusants, xi. 

290, 373, 474 ; at Gretna Green, 471, 517 
Marriott (E.) on Portico Library, Manchester, v. 

368 
Marriott (J. Colyer) on " Bawms March," vii. 230. 

Cromwell House, Highgate, iv. 489. De- 

vachan, viii. 91. Eslyngton : Islington, vii. 

93. Holyoake and special constables, v. 191. 

Hornsey and Highgate, x. 46. Lodge Hill, 

Harengeye, vii. 343. St. Eloy or St. Loy at 

Tottenham, vi. 417. Serpent bound to the 

cross, vi. 172. Thompson (Mr.), of the 6th 

Dragoons, v. 316 
Marriott (Rev. Randolph ) = Diana Fielding, iii. 88, 

193 

Marriott family of Ughill, v. 128 
Marrow-bone : travel by the marrow-bone stage, 

i. 415 



Mars, satellites mentioned in ' Gulliver's Travels,' 
iv. 86 ; discovery of its satellites, ix. 13 

Marsden (Rev. Samuel), Chaplain of N.S.W., his 
portrait, v. 389, 455 

' Marseillaise,' its authorship, x. 326 ; Marseilles, 
' Rue de la pierre qui rage," xi. 309, 378 

Marsh, pronounced mash or mesh in the South, 
iii. 313 

Marshal of the King's Hall, his office, i. 107, 173, 
198 

Marshall (E. R.) on Paramor family of Kent, xii. 
329 

Marshall (G.) on genealogy : new sources, i. 187, 
218, 258, 396. Mitchel & Finlay, bankers, i. 
374 

Marshall (G. W.), Rouge Croix Pursuivant of 
Arms, his death, iv. 258 ; supplement to 
' Genealogist's Guide,' vii. 347 ; viii. 52, 153 

Marshall (I.) on Marshall's ' Genealogist's Guide,' 
viii. 62 

Marshall (Capt. John) of Virginia, xii. 467 

Marshall (Sir Samuel), d. 1795, his family, ix. 70, 
155 

Marshall (Stephen), Westminster divine, ix. 465, 
617 

Marshall (T. L.) on St. Sidwell, xi. 377 

Marsham, seven-sacrament font at, v. 36 

Marsham-Townshend (R.) on capillarians, iv. 69. 
Egyptian Hall, iii. 452. English burial-ground 
at Lisbon, ii. 448. King's College, Cambridge, 
v. 188. Large-paper margins, v. 147. ' Love 
in phantastick triumph sat," iv. 48 

Marston (E.) on Bonaparte on the Northumber- 
land, x. 3, 64 ; his arrival at St. Helena, 162. 
Detached belfries, iv. 456. Flaying alive, i. 15. 
Holyoake and special constables, v. 156. 
Oxenham epitaphs, ii. 368. Pillion : flails, 
iii. 434. Willow-pattern china, ix. 437 

Marston (John), Shakespeare allusion in ' Mal- 
content,' i. 6 ; and Carlo Buff one, 381 ; and 
Montaigne, Webster, and Dr. Donne, iv. 41, 121, 
201, 302 ; v. 301, 382 ; vi. 22, 122 ; ' What You 
Will,' Act V. sc. i., vi. 386 ; suggested emenda- 
tions in his dramas, ix. 301 

Marston (R. B.) on General La Poype, v. 46. 
" These are the Britons," v. 31 

Marston (Dr. Westland), his ancestry, iv. 429 

Mart used for market, xii. 326 

Martel (V.) on Lord Halifax, vii. 188 

Martelli (Horatio), monument in St. Clement's 
Church, Hastings, i. 412 

MarteUo towers, their name, i. 285, 356, 411, 477 ; 
iii. 193, 252, 313 ; xii. 228, 334, 377 

Martha, Patty as a pet name for, vi. 210, 255 

Martial and military law, difference between, vi. 
386 

Martin (Christopher) and the defence of St. John's, 
Newfoundland, v. 408 ; vi. 63 

Martin (C. Trice) on Ernisius, x. 471 

Martin (E.) on Ernest Augustus Stephenson, v. 109 

Martin (E. H.) on De la Motte de la Garre, xi. 248. 
Dyer family, v. 288. Dyer (John), poet, v. 112. 
Wardour (Edward and Mary), viii. 330. W^est- 
hope Court Rolls, Salop, v. 269 

Martin (G. H.) on the screaming skull, iv. 107 

Martin (J. Henry), and Newlyn colony of artists, 
x. 246, 406 

Martin (Mary Brilliana) = Col. John Wall, ii. 309 ; 
iii. 232 ; iv. 14 

Martin (Stapleton) on " a singing face," ii. 133. 
Author wanted, vii. 312, 493. Burial half 
within a church, xi. 108. ' Come, live with 
me," ii. 153. Edgeworth (Richard Lovell), xi. 



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448. I.H.S., ii. 191. King (Bishop Henry), his 
marriage, vi. 250. Lawyers' wills, viii. 16. 
' Lochiel's Warning,' iv. 127. Milton and 
Christ's College, Cambridge, x. 30. Morland 
(George), at Kensal Green, xii. 429. St. George : 
George as a Christian name, vii. 375. Seward 
(Anna), ix. 171, 285. Walton and Cotton 
Club, ix. 310. Walton (Anne), her epitaph, x. 68. 
Vaughan (Dean), his pupils, vii. 128 

Martin (Symon), apprentice to M. Johnson, 1692, 
x. 203 

Martin (W.) on Hand, iii. 98. Treasure-trove, iii. 
182 

Martindale, Westmorland, curates of, vii. 230 

Martindale (J. A.) on " Walkyn Silver," iii. 29. 
White turbary, ii. 13 
Martine Mar-sixtus ' and Robert Greene, ii. 483 

Martingale, its etymology, vi. 6 

Martinique, its records, ix. 415 

Martyr, first Russian Christian, viii. 6, 93 

Martyrs' Memorial, Essex, unveiled, xi. 65 

Maru, Japanese word, its meaning, vii. 268, 318 ; 
viii. 131, 376 ; x. 180 

Marvel (William), public executioner, viii. 245, 335, 
353 

Marvell (Andrew), lines by, i. 469 ; his ' Poems 
and Satires,' iii. 47 ; his step -relations, vii. 130 ; 
bibliography of his ' Miscellaneous Poems,' 
1681, 423 ; and Oliver Cromwell, and Milton, 
viii. 375 

Marvin (F. Rowland) on ' Bathilda,' iv. 28. Birth- 
marks, i. 493. Evans : Symonds : Hering : 
Garden, iv. 328. ' Get a wiggle on," ii. 274. 
' Home, Sweet Home,' v. 476. Italian author, 
ii. 307. Latin lines, i. 268. Louis XIV.'s 
heart, ii. 496. Marvin (J. G.), viii. 117. 
Napoleon's coronation robe, v. 115. Pop goes 
the weasel, iv. 54. Shakespeare's bones, ix. 
9. Southcott (Joanna), her celestial pass- 
ports, xi. 137 

Marvin (J. G.), his ' Legal Biography,' 1847, viii. 
6, 117 

Marwood (William), public executioner, d. 1883, 
viii. 246 

Mary (Blessed Virgin), her title, " Our Lady of 
the Snows," i. 246, 311, 392, 511 ; black 
images of, iv. 305 ; image at Doncaster, 
vii. 9, 56 ; and the birth of children, 325, 377, 
417, 437 ; vii. 36 ; ' The Seven Joys of 
Mary,' viii. 481 

Mary I. (Queen) at Wormley, Herts, vii. 508 ; 
viii. 114 

Mary, Queen of Scots, bust in the Louvre, i. 28 ; 
use of the designation, 36, 90 ; her descend- 
ants, ii. 6 ; her harp, 71 ; letter of 1562, iii. 
325 ; monument erected in St. Andrew's, Ant- 
werp, by, v. 449 ; xii. 489 ; anachronism in 
lines on, vi. 27 ; medallion in St. Mary's, Ant- 
werp, 52 ; Fouche" on, viii. 49 ; birth of a 
child in Edinburgh Castle, viii. 249, 333, 492 ; 
ix. 74 ; bell which tolled for her execution, 
ix. 468 ; at Leith, x. 229 ; portrait of, 368 ; her 
crucifix, xii. 208, 274, 498 ; her spur and 
brooch, 368, 456 

Mary Overy on St. Andrew's cross, viii. 507 

Marylebone, place-name, xi. 201, 270, 291, 356, 
415, 451 

Marylebone on George IV.'s early household, x. 
390. Morris (Rev. H.) of Burnley, xii. 388 

Maryland and Kennedy family, vii. 29 

Marylebone Literary and Philosophical Society, 
ii. 167 

Masburensis, its identity, xi. 228, 413 



Masefield (C.) on ladies' head-dresses in theatre, 
v. 433, 477. Splitting fields of ice, iv. 395, 513 

Mash, mesh, or marsh, use of the word, iii. 313 ; 
iv. 35 

Masham family, v. 387, 467, 512 

Maskelyne (T. S.) on Bourne in place-names, 
xii. 372. " Ivery, The," Wiltshire local name, 
xii. 152 

Maskelyne Islands, and Nevil Maskelyne, xi. 326 

Maskyll, the term " tonne maskyll " in 1432, iii. 
107 

Mason (C.) on bankrupts in 1708-9, ii. 487. Birth 
at sea in 1805, iii. 13. Calvert (Sir W.), iii. 38. 
Catalogues of MSS., iv. 531. Constables of the 
Tower, ix. 391. Cromwell (Major Richard), 
1648, v. 69. " Crown " Hotel, St. Martin's 
Court, ix. 77. De Morgan : Turville, iii. 312. 
Duke's Bagnio in Long Acre, iv. 277. Earife, 
co. Kent, xi. 290. Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, 
iii. 452. English Crown jewel, iii. 494. Erskine 
(Charles, Cardinal), x. 518. Hair-powdering 
closets, iv. 453. Highlanders barbadosed, viii. 
235. Looping the loop, iv. 474. Macdonald 
(Flora), vii. 247. Marriott (Rev. Randolph), 
iii. 88. Panignano (Count A. de) : Holloway, 
iii. 8. Parish documents : their preservation, 
iii. 36. Schools during the Civil W r ar, viii. 395. 
Talman (William), architect, vii. 288. Travel- 
ling in England, 1600-1700, v. 348. Turnbull 
(Mrs.), 1839, xi. 371. Villiers (George), Duke of 
Buckingham, iii. 109. Wilde (Oscar), biblio- 
graphy, vii. 13 

Mason (Charles), Royalist divine, and Viscount 
Belloment, iii. 388 

Mason (Sir John), d. 1566, his marriage, x. 487 

Mason (Stuart) on gaol literature, xi. 511. Wilde 
(Oscar), his birthplace, vi. 448. Wilde (Oscar) 
bibliography, iv. 233, 266 ; v. 238, 313, 355 ; 
vi. 296 ; xi. 254 

Mason (William), poet, his portraits, iv. 49 

Mason family of Stapleton, Gloucestershire, x. 28 

Masonic portrait of Earl of Chatham, i. 427 

Masonicus on Lord Kelvin on the tides, ii. 269 

Masonry and religion, vii. 467, 513 

Masons' marks, ii. 500 ; iii. 228, 296, 332, 354 ; 

iv. 15 , 

Masquerier (John James), his portrait of Napoleon, 

vi. 84 

Mass, Mozarabic, in Spain, v. 250, 339 
Mass, solitary, and the Roman Church, in. 8 , 5 
Massacre of Glencoe, order for, 1692, vn. 487 
Massacre of St. Bartholomew in Paris, vn. 389 
Mass6 (H. J. L. J.) on pewter plate, xi. 507 
Massinger (P.), lines in ' Fatal Dowry, i. 348 

burial-place in St. Saviour's, Southwark, vi. ^48 
Mass-meeting, earliest use of the term, n. 250 
Masson (A.) on dolls in magic, x. 272. Hornsey 

Wood House, vii. 274. Pink saucer, x. 158. 

School and college tokens, ix. 237 
Massucci (Agostino), painter, his baptism, vi. 34* 
Maste or pulle in Caxton's ' Fables of ^Esop, vm. 

Master, courtesy title in Scotland, i. 14 
Master of the Horse, Lord Granard as, vm. 268 
Master Pipe Maker of Woolwich, 1692, xi. 10, 
Masters (E.) on the fate of the Tracy s, iv. 

Pillion : flails, iv. 72 
Masters (Mary), poetess and friend of Dr. Johnson, 

iii 404 474 
Mastick and holm trees, their modern names, v. 

489 
Matches, lucifer, their invention, xi. 427 ; xii. 

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Matches in Congreve, 1695, vii. 269, 351, 397, 451 
Match-maker's song and sulphur matches, vii. 348, 

396, 451 

Mathews (C. Elkin) on ' The Angler's Companion,' 
x. 267. Gaol literature, xi. 510. ' Horse 
Subsecivaa,' 1620, xii. 164. ' Kitty Fisher's 
Jig,' x. 50. Motte : mot, x. 413. Pimlico : 
Eyebright, x. 514. Portexis (Bishop), viii. 128. 
Story's ' Vse Vistis,' x. 356 

Mathewson (T.) on ' The Bride's Burial,' vi. 449. 
1 Death and the Sinner,' vi. 436 ; vii. 34. 
Matlock Council arms, vi. 424 
Matilda (Queen) and Hugo de Burgh, legend of, 

iii. 408 

Matross, etymology of the word, vii. 348, 411, 476 
Matthew (Roger), Vicar of Bloxham 1605-57, iv. 

488 

Matthews (Albert) on American Loyalists, i. 390. 
' Anthology,' by Thomas Bee, xi. 218. Avalon, 
ii. 411. Bacon (Nathaniel), ix. 47. Beachey 
Head : ' to hull," xi. 294. Bier-right : ordeal 
by touch, xii. 87. Bullock (William) on Vir- 
ginia, xi. 277. Castor oil, xii. 157. Diving- 
bell, iii. 349. Duels between women, xii. 77. 
k Entente cordiale," ix. 338. Epitaphs, their 
bibliography, i. 334. " Every man has his 
price," vii. 492. ' Father of his country," ix. 
151. Female abolitionist (first), vi. 470. 
Fire : fire out, viii. 455. Gomara's ' Conquest 
of the Weast India,' xii. 374. Grimke (John 
Faucherreaud), vi. 136. Harley (Sir Edward) 
and Parliament, vi. 126. Holworthy family, ix. 
377. Jack Robinson," xi. 232. ' Kitty Fisher's 
Jig,' ix. 197. Land Office : " Land Office 
business," xii. 415. Lincoln (Abraham), and 
European politicians, vii. 275 ; on the sufferings 
of slaves, viii. 14. Liverpool Library, ix. 414. 
' Local option," viii. 50. Lynch law, xi. 515 ; 
xii. 133, 495. Martin (Christopher), vi. 53^ 
Month's mind : " To have a month's mind," 
iii. 54. Monuments to American Indians, xii. 
230. Moose, i. 153. Northumberland (7th 
Earl of), his descendants, xi. 336. November 5 
in America : Pope Night, xii. 458. Oregon, 
xii. 358. Paine (T.) and the Declaration of 
Independence, xii. 441. Papers, i. 172. Paul 
(John) or Paul Jones, xii. 12. Piccaninny, iv. 
128. Pimlico : Eyebright, xi. 310. Place, 
v. 412; vi. 93. Providence, Island of, i. 13. 
Punch, the beverage, vi. 72. " Raisins of the 
Cure," ix. 393. Rattlesnake Colonel, 'xi. 17. 
Robin Hood in French, vi. 135. Routledge 
family of Charlestown, viii. 74. Savoy, its 
Mastership, 1658-9, ix. 421. " Set up my (his) 
rest," vii. 175. " Silly Billy," i. 183. Slavery 
in the United States, vii. 153. " Sub rosa," 
ix. 433. Swerve, vi. 55. Talented, ii. 418. 
Tandem, iii. 146, 454. Tea as a meal, i. 456. 
Tote, ii. 161. Wheatley (Phillis) and her poems, 
xi. 30, 214. Whitman (Walt) on Alamo, xii. 
91. Woman with masculine name, ix. 517. 
Words and phrases in American newspapers, 
xii. 50, 271, 370. Yale (Elihu) : Pilgrim Fathers, 
xi. Ill 
Matthews (G.) on arms of Saffron Walden Abbey, 

xii. 249 
Matthews (Henry), his ' Diary of an Invalid,' vi. 

28, 73 
Matthews ( J. ) on wheel as a symbol in religion, iv. 

167 

Matthews (J. Hobson) on Ainsty, ii. 97. Battle- 
field sayings, iii. 35. Bible, old, ii. 152. Bristol 
slave ships, ii. 193. Constantine Pebble, i. 33. 



English cardinals' hats, ii. 96. Font consecra- 
tion, ii. 336. Fonts, desecrated, ii. 171. Glass 
manufacture, i. 52. Grammar: nine parts of 
speech, i. 94. Phillipps MSS. : Beatrice 
Barlow, ii. 72. St. Dials, i. 72. ' Steer to the 
Nor'-Nor'-West,' iii. 13. Walbeoff family, i. 413 

Matthews (T.) on Gosling family, viii. 209 

Matthias, the American religious impostor, vii. 164 

Mattison (M.) on Abraham Lincoln on slaves, vii. 
248 

Maude (John), Rector of SS. Anne and Agnes, vi. 
30, 114 

Maupassant and Swinburne's rescue from drown- 
ing, xi. 505 

Mauraden, 1558, its meaning, xii. 149, 378 

Maurice (F. D.) on Greek architecture, i. 334 

Maurice (Widow), printer, 1828, x. 67, 158, 257 

Mauritius, arms of, viii. 446 

Mawbey (Sir Joseph), inscription at Chertsey, vii. 
43 

Mawbey (William), of Botleys, Surrey, his sons, 
v. 8 

Mawdesley (F. L.) on London statues, ix. 364 

Mawe, sixteenth-century card game, x. 468 

Mawer (Rev. John), his linguistic attainments, vii. 
112 

Maxwell (General), his letters from Sebastopol, iii. 
21, 104 

Maxwell (Sir Herbert) on Bourne in place-names, 
xii. 130, 272, 434. Brock: badger, v. 432. 
Campbell, x. 432. Clouds, their formation, 
ix. 213. Cockburnspath, xi. 436. Cockburns- 
path : Maxwell, xii. 256. ' Creevey Papers,' i. 
355. Desecrated fonts, ii. 253. Elizabeth's 
portrait at Holyrood, iv. 508. " Famous ' 
Chelsea, iv. 470. French words in Scotch, 
ix. 450. Gamelshiel Castle, vii. 56. Hydro- 
phobic patients smothered, i. 210. Immure- 
ment alive of religious, i. 50. James I. of Scot- 
land, his daughters, ii. 56. " Over fork : 
fork over," vii. 33. Quice, i. 194. St. Andrew's 
cross, ix. 32. St. Columba's Well, vi. 510. 
St. Ninian's Church, ii. 137. Stewart (General 
Charles), i. 174. Stymie at golf, ix. 414. 
Sword of Bruce, viii. 37l. Tideswell and 
Tideslow, i. 278, 371. " Vin gris " : milliners' 
colours, ix. 391. Virgil, ' ^neid,' I. 462, 
vi. 5. Vowel-shortening, x. 132. Yew tree, 
xii. 477 

Maxwell (General Patrick) on Begum Sumroo, i. 14, 
69 

Maxwell (Sir W. S.) on gardens, i. 288, 357 

Maxwell family of Ardwell, iii. 389 

Maxwell surname, its etymology, xii. 213, 256 

May on Northumberland and Durham pedigrees, 
ii. 331. Smith (John), 1679-80, xii. 309. 
Tenths and Fifteenths, x. 88 

May (Dame Mary), her monument in Midlavant 
Church, i. 449, 497 

May (Mr.), C. Lamb, and S. T. Coleridge, i. 61, 
109 

May (Thomas), on casting lots, i. 476 ; his ' Julius 
Caesar,' Latin tragedy, xi. 248 

May blossom : knots of may, xi. 344, 437 

May Day, in Newport, Rhode Island, i. 126, 173 ; 
in North Devon, 406 ; two poetical tracts, iii. 
344 ; v. 155 ; its observance in old days, v. 
325 ; music at Magdalen College, 368, 413 

May Day celebrations, i. 160 ; ii. 75 ; ix. 345, 398 ; 
xi. 343, 437 

May dewing, observance of the custom, iii. 429, 
477 ; iv. 17 

May family, Anglo-Dutch, ix. 70 



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May light in pre-Reformation churches, v. 429, 

494 ; vi. 34, 274 

May monument in Midlavant Church, ii. 57 
May Song in Warwickshire, v. 403, 474 
May weather couplets, v. 388, 433, 474, 493 
Mayall (A.) on barrels for church organs, viii. 66. 

Slink : slinking, viii. 27 
Mayals, near Mumbles, its topography, vi. 329, 376, 

412 

May cock (Willoughby) on authors of quotations 
wanted, vii. 309 ; viii. 230, 237, 273 ; ix. 192. 
Gladstone's horsemanship, ix. 234. High 
treason, x. 354. Meets of hounds announced in 
church, x. 468. ' Melton Breakfast,' viii. 333. 
Pigott's ' Jockey Club,' xii. 135. Reindeer : 
its spelling, viii. 258, 416. St. Mary the 
Egyptian, xi. 391. Seecatchie : holluschickie, 
their meaning, xii. 94. Shakespeare and Miller- 
Mundy, ix. 457. Surrey Gardens, x. 32. Weare 
(William), his murder, viii. 349 
Mayers' song, musical rendering, i. 7 ; ii. 7, 512 ; 

iii. 75 

Mayfair marriages, and Parson Keith, xii. 127 
Mayfield, St. Dunstan at, i. 149, 216, 293 
Mayflower pilgrims, their English ancestry, vL 

21 

Mayhew (A. L.) on Abbacyrus : Aboukir, viii. 448. 
Abbey : abbaye, a Swiss club, viii. 257. 
Adespota, vii. 105. Adoxography, xii. 387. 
" Amel of Uida," vii. 325. Balzo, in ' Purgatorio,' 
viii. 226. Banzai, ix. 405. Bird's claw in 
demonology, vi. 366. Breese in ' Hudibras,' 
vii. 515 ; viii. 113. Buskin, its etymology, vii. 25. 
Camoens, Sonnet cciii. : " Frescas belvederes," 
vii. 190. Chautauqua, x. 68* Christmas Day 
and Lady Day, x. 508. Composte'la, origin of 
the name, xii. 27. Corisande, iv. 352. Dear : 
' O dear no ! " x. 434. Dreary, iii. 405. Duma, 
v. 472. Eastry, Kent, xi. 237. Edinburgh : 
its derivation, x. 473. Etymological notes, 
four, iv. 164. ' Every mickle makes a muckle," 
x. 286. Firgunanum, Irish word, vii. 51. 
Fiteres=rags, viii. 32. " Franche leal et oie," 
vi. 251. Gowdike, viii. 214. Grisbet, Somerset 
word, x. 427. Growing down like a cow's 
tail, iv. 264. Haakon VII., iv. 466. Hackney, 
ix. 11. Harka, its meaning, xii. 127. High 
Wycombe : its etymology, vi. 464. Huel, its 
meaning, xii. 488. Huff : " In a huff," v. 448. 
Hypocrite, vi. 28. Italy a " geographical 
expression," iv. 330. Ivery, Wiltshire local 
name, xi. 385. Jirgah,ix.427. Kees (Jan), iv. 
Maghzen, vi. 467. Mahalla, its meaning, 
rii. 45. Martingale : its etymology, vi. 5. 
Mediterranean : the name, x. 351. Melisande : 
Jttarre, iv. 393. Millet, religious community, 
Miramoline, xi. 45. Mulatto, its 
etymology, vii. 68. N, liquid, in English, 
Noli altum sapere," xii. 216. 
Notes and Queries ' commemoration, xii. 
Pagan, iv. 304. " Peccavi " : "I have 
indh," viii. 345. Petrach's two greyhounds, 
445. Piddle as a land measure, x. 373. 
5 laxtol, x. 33, Ply, iv. 44. Pot-waller : pot- 
walloper, viii. 298. Pour, v. 329, 435. Re- 
bound, verb, v. 395. Retable, viii. 65. Roan : 
ts etymology, v. 425. St. Devereux : St. 
Dubricius, vii. 327. Sardana, viii. 56. Scara- 
mouch, x. 153. Scott's ' Search after Happi- 
ness,' xii. 409. Shakespearian vowel-sounds, 
281. Steelyard, vi. 369, 412. Teenick, 
Kentish word, x. 467. Thurcet, its meaning, 
x. 29. ' Tikes and churls," xii. 430. ' Times ' 



as " The Thunderer," ix. 396. Tittle, its ety- 
mology, iv. 325 

Mayhew (Horace), ' Letters left at the Pastry- 
Cook's,' x. 427, 475. 
Maylam (P.) on teenick, Kentish word, xi. 57. 

th as a symbol, x. 436. Vocabulary of peasant, 

viii. 506. Woodnesborough, near Sandwich, 

xi. 270. Wooset, horse's head, xi. 27 
Maylor Grange, its whereabouts, x. 89, 277 
Maynard (Lady), Nancy Parsons, d. c. 1808, x. 447 
Maynard family of Curriglas, v. 185 ; vi. 11, 471 
Mayne (Ant.), Esq., temp. James I., iv. 48 
Mayne (John), his ' Logan Braes,' xii. 33 
Mayo (C. H.) on Samuel Haynes, i. 269 
Mayo (Rev. H. H.) and the Great House, Cheshunt, 

vi. 385, 473 

Mayo (Lord), his epitaph in St. Paul's crypt, vi. 226 
Mayo (Rev. William), Vicar of Romsey, ix. 110 
Mayor (Prof. J. E. B.) on Byron and misanthropy, 

viii. 126. Calvin's ' Institutes,' 1536, ii. 285. 

Cowper (W.), letters, ii. 1, 42,82,122,162,203, 

242. Delagard, preacher, i. 503. Vicar executed 

for witchcraft, ii. 265 
Mayor (Lord). See Lord Mayor. 
Mayor's seal for confirmation, i. 447 ; ii. 19 
Mayors, churchwardens appointed by, ix. 129, 318; 

elected in churches in Middle Ages, xii. 148, 337 
Maypole erected at Huby, Yorkshire, viii. 127 
Maypoles, Scotch, Irish, and Welsh, iv. 469 ; notes 

on, v. 325 ; c. 1578, ix. 345, 398 
Maze at Seville, ii. 508 ; iii. 54, 76 
Mazes, bibliography of, vi. 209, 313, 397 ; village, 

ix. 388, 475 ; x. 96 
Mazzarfl. Fair at Redruth, ii. 228, 312 
Mazzini (G.), his letters and Sir James Graham, 

i. 505 ; Garibaldi's visit to his grave, viii. 86 
Mead (S.) on Nasmyth's ' Scene in Hampshire,' 

vii. 448. 'Poor Caitiff,' viii. 49. Wy in 

Hampshire, vii. 508 
Mead (Dr. William), of Ware, his longevity, v. 

228, 337 

Mead and Penn jury, 1673, v. 8 
Mears (James), Westminster scholar, xi. 269 
Measles and donkey, x. 326, 398 
Measures, weights, and coins, Turkish, x. 488 
Meats, flesh, and shamble, i. 68, 293, 394 ; ii. 54; 

means of maturing, ix. 389 ; x. 53, 96, 453 ; xi. 

456 ; xii. 138 
Meauty (Sir Thos.), monument to Bacon erected 

by, iii. 316 
Meaux Abbey, its remains, vi. 248,290, 397 ; vii. 

134, 216 
Med. on English toys in sixteenth century, viii. 

290 
Medal, St. Helena, ii. 9, 95 ; issued by James II., 

iii. 329, 376 ; Messianic, 489 ; Washington, vi. 

167, 232, 295 

Medal, silver memorial, 1555, its history, ix. 89 ^ 
Medal presented to Grace Darling, its sale, ix. 285 
Medals : " au pied de sanglier," i. 88 ; Peace 

Treaty, 1814, x. 37 ; Charles I., 68, 134 ; 

Accession and Coronation, 130, 190, 230 
Medals, war, best books on, iii. 247, 315 
Medals and coins, spurious, xii. 46 
Mediaeval on Travers family, i. 208 
Mediaeval churchyards, gravestones in, viii. 390, 

452 ; ix. 56, 173 
Mediaeval clothing, iii. 346 
Medical barristers, i. 32 

Medical books, Irish printed, before 1700, xi. 428 
Medical coroner, first, v. 489 ; vi. 13 
Medici arms and pawnbroker's sign, iii. 207, 330 
Medicine, folk-lore in, v. 129, 195 



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Medicinal waters, th