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Marshall (R. M.) on Shakspeare and the Book of Maxwell (P.) on inscription, 88
Wisdom, 6

Marsham-Townshend (R.) on 'Euormos,' 514
Martin (E.) on "Gomer had it," 168
Martin (H. J. H.), artist, 467

Martin (Col. Henry), regicide, his portrait, 68, 178
Martineau (Harriet) and the Monmouth Rebellion,
389, 474

Mary, Queen of Scots, poem by, 86; old records con-
cerning, 123; her veil, 367, 434

Mary II. (Queen), medal struck on her death, 128
Marzials (F. T.) on Lord of St. Evremond, 186
Masconomo-Passaconaway on Mrs. Penobscot, 392
Mason (C.) on Charles I., 387

Firebrace family Bible, 287
Grosvenor, East Indiaman, 132
Holmby House, 367

Mass, daily, not obligatory, 226
Matagon family, 27

Matches, early lucifer, 356, 437
Matthew, the, John Cabot's ship, 501

Matthews (J. H.) on carved adders on pulpits, 192

Altar gates, 396

Beaujoie family, 172

"Cat may look at a king," 453

Centenarianism, 54

Church or chapel, 76

Church porches, galleries in, 136
Church tower buttresses, 452
"Clavus griophili," 515
Cousin, in wills, 513

Dolor, Christian name, 473
Drugs, their popular names, 337
England, Virgin Mary's dower, 217

French prisoners of war, 259
Good Friday custom, 495
Grass widow, 457

Hatchments in churches, 454
Hayne surname, 37
Hole in place-names, 470
Hughes family of Trostrey, 148
Hungate: Hunstanton, 134
Morgan family, 319
Motto, "Onna Dêw," 34
Nonconformist ministers, 477
Nonjurors, 52

Pasco and Pascoe, 333
Peacock feathers, 254
Peppercorn rent, 416
Pye family, 68
Running Camp, 488

Shelta language, 34, 415

Williams (Bishop Thomas), 53

Mawdesley (F. L.) on Grosvenor, East Indiaman, 73

Jacobite movement, modern, 218

Nelson (Lord), his arms, 77
Reign, longest, 146

Maxwell (Sir H.) on circumlocution, 85

Holly meadows, 411

Scotland in 1360, 224

Well, suffix in place-names, 274

Maxwell (P.) on "Black water," a blunder, 506

Charles II., saying by, 30

Cocaïne, its pronunciation, 485

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Horace, Sat.' I. v. 100, 123

Humpty Dumpty," 253

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Notes and Queries, July 24, 1897.

'Oxford English Dictionary,' 325.
Plurals, queer, 444
Vine-pencil, 391

May Day custom, 445

Mayall (A.) on Bardsleys, Churchmen, 148
Browning (R.) as a preacher, 92
Cattle, winter food for, 405
Cornish hurling, 511

Gaule's Mag-astro-mancer,' 335
Hake, its meaning, 356
Hayne and Haynes surnames, 150
'Mill, The,' a poem, 53
"Put in one's motto," 468
Sherley (Sir Anthony), 250
Stag-horn or fox's tail, 352
Warta-work-day, 392
Whittier (John Greenleaf), 91
Yew trees, their age, 334
Mayhew (A. L.) on Baldacchino, 106
Busket, a beverage, 287
"Feer and flet," 235
Gnoffe, in Chaucer, 198

Lewisham, its etymology, 311

Skates: Scatches, 305

Wayzgoose, its etymology, 30, 157, 254

Medals, Jewish, 94; Mary II., 128; Juxon, of
Charles I., 145, 178; battle of the Nile, 178, 374;
bull and bear, 225; Culloden, 407, 452; of Lord
Darnley, 488; Peninsular, 489

Medici (Victoria de), her biography, 489
Medley family, 151

Medley on "Sophia, a Lady of Quality," 348
Medley (J. B.) on Earls of Halifax, 114
'Menestho's Daughters,' subject of picture, 149
Merrimac on "Duddery," 327

Meshaw (A.) on eagles captured at Waterloo, 296
Methley family, 151

Midsummer fires in north of Scotland, 145, 254
Milford Haven, prints of, 127

Military banners and colours, 447, 473
Milking syphon, its invention, 489
'Mill, The,' a poem, 53

Millar (E.) on plough women, 432
Miller (Joseph or Josias), his death, 12
Milles MS. inquired after, 48

496

Mills (R.) on Ridolis, "city of England," 48
Milton (John), 'Il Penseroso,' II. 173-4, 247,
Miracle plays in fifteenth century, 238
Misquotations, 91, 292, 426, 507, 517
Moffat (A. G.) on Lundy Island, 172`
Money, its value, reign by reign, 408, 471
Monkish chronology, era in, 387
Monson (Lord), regicide, his wives, 11
Mont-de-Piété, its original meaning, 96
Montrose (Marquis of), relics of, 86
Monuments, horseshoe, 114
Moravia and Sterling families, 33
More (Hannah), a problematical ancestor, 29
Morgan family of Abergavenny and Newington Batts
228, 319

Morgan (H. E.) on general of 1700 just buried, 185
Gosforth, its etymology, 75

"Paul's purchase," 34

Morland (George), his father's paintings, 8, 74, 197,
238, 291

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Notes and Queries, July 24, 1897.

Morland (Henry Robert), his “laundress" paintings, Newspaper archæology, 224
8, 74, 197, 238, 291

Newspapers, early, 18

Morris (J. B.) on James I., 193

Morris (William) and Béranger, 345, 415
Mortuary observance, 428

Motelet-small motor car, 384

Mottoes: "Passage perillus makyth a Port pleasaunt,"
15;
"Onna Dew," 34; "Imperium et libertas," 53,
135;
"Non sibi, sed toti," 466; "Honi soit qui
mal y pense," 486
Moule (H. F.) on Gert=great, 178
Motto, 15

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New Zealand names, 204

Newberry (William), epitaph, 386

Newland (H. W.) on eye-rhymes, 490
Newman (Cardinal), tune to "Lead, kindly light," 249

Newstead on a ballad, 267

66

Nichol, county of, its identity, 49
Nichol (Prof.), his poems, 104
Nicholson (J.) on Barghest," 334
Nicol ("Willie "), Burns's friend, 66, 171, 231
Nile, medals for the battle, 178, 374

Nineteenth century, objects in use during, 127, 277
Nisbet (Josiah), memorial at Stratford-sub-Castle,
408, 476

Nixon (W.) on "Di bon," 151
Noblemen, their door plates, 328, 378
Nonconformist ministers, licensed by Act of Indul
gence, 109; register of, 408, 477
Nonjurors in the eighteenth century, 52
Norcross (J. E.) on hand of glory, 458
Law stationer, 133
Nordhaven, a vessel, 248

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N. (F.) on Richard Porson, 167

Names, Slavonic, 488. See Ghost names.
Nansen (Dr.), motto for, 287

Navigation, early steam, 88, 150, 297

Ne Quid Nimis on Common Prayer Book in Latin, 289 Offa (King), his grave, 448
Machiavelli (Nicolo), 508

Ogier or Logier, 468

Old Woman and her Maids,' fable, 328, 397

Neeld or Neild (Joseph), of Fulham, 148
Neilson (G.) on "Carnall," 317

Day's work of land, 352

Rigmarole, its etymology, 291
United States, their arms, 347

Nelson (Hilaire, Countess), her husbands, 248, 292
Nelson (Horatio, Lord), inscription on portrait, 8;
his family arms, 27, 76; unpublished letter, 201;
his last signal, 405; his breeches, 426
Nelson (Lady), her portrait and biography, 157
Nemo on the Derby Day, 447

Martineau (Harriet), 389
Perreau (Robert), 279

'Red, White, and Blue,' 376
Tradition, exploded, 252

Victoria (Queen), her reign, 41

Neve (J. R.) on William Wyvill, 314
Neville family and peerage, 367, 429

'New English Dictionary.' See Oxford English Dic-

tionary.

Novocastrensis on Robert Perreau, 148
Numismatist on a coin, 107

Nursery rhyme: "Ten men lived in a pen," 368

Oak boughs worn in the hat, 35

O'Brien (Stafford), his biography, 235

Oldys (Rev. William), his biography, 208, 258, 414
Oliver (V. L.) on John Hart, 31

Oliver (W. D.) on Mary II., 128

Olney, surname and place-name, 5, 135, 217, 292, 415
Olsen (C. H.) on Bp. Hopkins, 212
Opera, Quaker characters in, 108
Ophelia, the name, 104

Opie (Amelia), unpublished letters of, 181, 276
Oratory and intoxication, 388

Order of the Bath, its origin and history, 387, 496
'Origin of the Moss Rose,' not 'Legend,' 466

Orme's cutlery, made at Lambeth, 193
Osnaburg in eighteenth century, 109
Ossory bishopric, 489

Otranto (Duke of), reference to, 52

Otway (J.) on unpublished letter of Nelson, 201
Owen (J. P.) on "Apparata," 467

66

Dog-Latin," 423

Owl on Douglas Jerrold, 211

Oxford and Cambridge epigram, 14

'Oxford English Dictionary,' lines by Prof. Skeat, 107;
section " Everybody-Ezod," 206; and pronuncia-
tion, 325, 410

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P. (G. K.) on wooden pitchers, 438

P. (H. B.) on John Wilkes, 270, 497

P. (H. Y.) on the ship Constitution, 367
P. (M.) on arrows in European warfare, 227
Cornish hurling, 210

Steam as a motor force, 148

P. (M. E.) on "Pinaseed," 36

P. (M. G. W.) on caul, or silly-how, 234
P. (W. B.) on "Little Dick of Belle Vue," 327
Packe (Christopher), of Cotes, co. Leicester, 427, 451
Padua, English and Scotch students at, 36
Paganus, Paganelli, and Paganini, 469
Page (Sir George), his biography, 147
Page (J. T.) on burial-ground in 'Bleak House,' 116
Caen Wood, Highgate, 384
Carrick, its derivation, 494
Dorking, induction at, 489
Fit fought, 375
"God save the King," 471
Holdenby Palace, 495
Incumbencies, long, 37
Jonson (Ben), 452
Mary, Queen of Scots, 434
Portraits, substituted, 11
Science in the choir, 498
Stepney Church, 470
Wesleyan monuments, 454
Yew trees, their age, 433
Palamedes on birds' bills as ear-picks, 209

Brigstocke (Owen), 168
'Chanson de Roland,' 368
Dancing, religious, 29, 511
G. (T.), his identity, 487
Swine eating coal, 48

Palfrey money, its meaning, 407, 469
Palmer (A. S.) on "Arsé-versé," 46
Barghest, its etymology, 185
Bazzomy, West-Country word, 486
Cacorne, its meaning, 432
Callow, its etymology, 466
Egg-berry, its etymology, 246
Middlemarch,' 109, 147

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"Parliamentary hand," origin of the phrase, 227, 277
Parliamentary writ of 25 Edward I., Î
Parsley folk-lore, 124, 232

Parson's Green, old school at, 447, 498

Pasco Pascoe, Christian names and surnames, 208,
333

Paterson (A.) on 'Vicar of Wakefield,' 336
Patterson (W. H.) on bull and bear medal, 225
Paul of Fossombrone, his biography, 228
Paul's purchase, its meaning, 34
Pawne upper part of building, 468
Payne, derivation of the name, 469
Payne (W.) on clock saved his life, 389
Peacock as ornament or emblem, 125, 349
Peacock feathers unlucky, 36, 254, 355
Peacock (E.) on Dr. Beaumont, 246

Bevis de Hampton, 396
Dymocked, dialect word, 313
Henrietta Maria (Queen), 233
Herbert (George), 193
Maize, error concerning, 466
Thimble, its history, 424

64

Peacock (F.) on Cat may look at a king," 387
Holy Thursday superstition, 406
Lancashire family, 285

May Day custom, 445

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Penneck (Dr. Henry) and Dr. Paris, 481
Penny (C. W.) on ghost-names, 298, 355
Grub (Gabriel), 446

Thirteen as a lucky number, 406
Penny (F.) on dispatch, not despatch, 432
Penobscot on a literary blunder, 125
Penobscot (Mrs.), her identity, 392
Pens, steel and other, 291, 355, 417
Pentucket on "Horse sense," 149
Peppercorn and pepper rents, 268, 315, 415
Pepys, its pronunciation, 187, 269

Pepys (W. C.) on Anthony Thompson, 368
Percy (Sir Henry), his children, 329, 448
Perreau (Robert) and his brother Daniel, 148, 232, 279
Perryn (Baron), his children, 288
Peter of Colechurch, architect, 12, 477

Peters (Rev. M. W.), R.A., his 'Fortune-teller,' 89,

213

Petition formula, phrase at end, 388, 417

Petty (S. L.) on the Queen a Prebendary of St.
David's, 305

Petworth Gaol in 1794, 7, 56

Petworth parish registers, 7, 56, 192

Pewter ware, old, 128, 212

Pharmacopoeia, first American, 125

Phillips (F. C.) on "Ace of Hearts" game, 287

Phillips (George), Nonconformist divine, 346

Pontack's restaurant, its locality, 272

Phillips (P. L.) on First Impressions of the New Poole (M. E.) on funeral customs, 98
World,' 309

Phillips-Judd family, 368

Phrase, slang, its antiquity, 86, 131, 197

Pickering (J. E. L.) on St. John Baptist's Abbey, Popham family in New England, 392
Colchester, 178
Porson (Richard) libelled by a lady, 167
Portraits, substituted, 11

Pickford (J.) on Miss Rosa Bathurst, 266

Bellamy (George Anne), 264
Bishops, their wigs, 251, 374
Carrick, its derivation, 411
Derwentwater (Earls of), 396
Guillotine, its history, 366
Henrietta Maria (Queen), 336
"Humpty Dumpty," 252
Jervis (Sir John), 17, 211
"Let sleeping dogs lie," 417
Oldys (Rev. William), 414
Oxford (Robert Harley, Earl of), 26
Pitt clubs, 15

Picksome, its meaning, 112
Pie Corner, origin of the name, 86
Pierpoint (R.) on "Ave, Cæsar," 316
Boisseau, French measure, 171
Epitaph on Mr. Berry, 246

Saunderson family, 55

"Three acres and a cow," 365

Pigeons trained to represent departing souls, 48, 172

Pigott (W. G. F.) on Haselden family, 437

"Parson's nose," 33

Pigott (W. J.) on Clarel family, 28

Crosby family, 468

De la Pole (Rachel), 216

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Pope (Alexander), epitaph on Elizabeth Corbet,28,
150, 215, 411; his genealogy, 164; site of his
villa at Twickenham, 325, 478

Portreeve, his appointment and office, 468
Potatoes a cure for rheumatism, 177

Precedence, municipal, 408

Premier. See Prime Minister.
Prendergast-Williams, assumption of surname, 285

Prideaux (W. F.) on Aceldama, 352

'Anecdotes of Books and Authors,' 16
"Ave, Cæsar," 451

Bevis Marks, 385

Books, labels on, 512

Caen Wood, Highgate, 456, 498
Chiswick, Mr. Ranby's house at, 122
Danvers Street inscription, 431
Dog Row, Mile End, 473
"Feer and flet," 17, 375
Gingham, its etymology, 173
Gnoffe, in Chaucer, 152
Gwynn (Nell), her plate, 65
'Hardyknute,' its author, 55
Hertford Street, Mayfair, 156
Houndsditch, its topography, 203
Kentish Town and the King's Printer, 282

Lamb (Charles), epilogue by, 443

"Lazy Lawrence," 235

Lepel (Molly), 57

London topography, 373

Lytton (Lord), his Night and Morning,' 105
Misquotations, 293

Newspaper archæology, 224

Norton (Mrs.), lines by, 481

Pelton Brag, 290

Perreau (Robert), 232
Pie Corner, 86
Pinckney family, 412

Rarely, use of the word, 110, 410
Rhymes, English historical, 275
'Robin Adair,' 32

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Jack, Tom, and Harry, 487

John Trot, 289, 415

Large order, 245

Lazy Lawrence, 189, 235

Let sleeping dogs lie, 29, 209, 417
Mills of the gods, 358

Miss is as good as a mile, 340
Motto: To put in one's motto, 468
Nobody's enemy but his own, 312
Non sine pulvere, 108, 157
Ne sutor ultra crepidam, 91, 292
Parliamentary hand, 227, 277
Parson's nose, 33, 92

Peace with honour, 127

Pike-staff: As plain as a pike-staff, 32
Playing the wag, 294

Racket: Stand the racket, 365

Rap: Not worth a rap, 368, 454

Round robin, 130, 177

Rule the roost, 273, 358, 477

Sole is the bread and butter of fish, 448
Three acres and a cow, 365, 432, 475, 517

Tinker's curse, 345, 452, 496
Toad under the harrow, 367

Tom, Dick, and Harry, 487
Under the weather, 246, 338

Wigan: Here's to the Mayor of Wigan, 187, 273
Psalm tune, Savoy,' 408, 472
Psalter, French, 1513, 326
Public-houses in London before 1825, 427, 497
Pugh (Tom) inquired after, 168
Puleston family, its American branches, 509
Pulpits, carved adders on, 69, 192, 270
Pur-blind, its etymology, 66, 297, 379

Puritan relic, 126

'Puss in Boots' a Swedish folk-tale, 466
Pye family of Kilpeck, 68
Pyrography and pyrographic artist, 487

Quaker characters in opera, 108

Quarrell (W. H.) on compound adjective, 11
Letter-paper heading, 324
Street inscription, 315
Quarterings, royal, 511
Quarter-land, its meaning, 343
"Queen's head" affixed upside down, 424, 476
Quondam S.R. A. on Sir William Gascoigne, 272

Quotations:-

All the pent-up stream of life, 249

And didst thou love the race, 89, 118

And like a being all the world can scan, 429
And thou shalt know ere long, 169

And while with skilful hand he tried, 249
As is the dawn unto the perfect day, 469
Ave, Cæsar, morituri te salutant, 316, 451
Children of men, the Unseen Power, 169, 259
Dead rides Sir Morten of Fogelsang, 308, 370
Each day is a little life, 9, 98
Erubuit; salva res est, 459

Fighting like devils for conciliation, 13, 255, 371
For merit is from man to man, 469

For the Lord Jesus Christ's sake, 118

Full many a shaft at random sent, 249, 319
He said, "I have eternal life," 309

I shall pass through this world but once, 118
If you wish in this world to advance, 89, 118
Is it so, O Christ in heaven, 269, 319, 478
It is an old belief, 89, 118

Lucas, Evangelii et medicinæ munera pandens,
289, 372

Non annorum canities est laudanda, 19, 98

O let th' ungentle spirit learn from hence, 58
O nox quam longa est quæ facit una senem! 89
Oh but for such Columbia's days were done,
107, 156

Others shall sing the song, 469

Shook the arsenal, and fulmined over Greece, 249
Stern Mother of a race unblest, 249

Sweet eyes of starry stillness, 228, 291

That man has done well, 469

The angel of the flowers one day, 400, 466

The Ethiop's god has Ethiop's lips, 169

The hare shall kindle on the cold hearth-stone,
309, 398

The jewelled arms of autumn, 429
The ladies of St. James's, 9, 98

The mills of the gods grind slowly, 358

The partridge may the falcon mock, 429, 478
The sleep that knows no waking, 469
They met; 'twas in the starry depths, 129
Thou unrelenting Past, 269

Trifles make the sum of human things, 400
Vivit post funera virtus, 152

Which hath not taught weak wills, 169
Quotations and references, verifying, 406

R. (A. E.) on Prendergast-Williams, 285
R. (C.) on eagles captured at Waterloo, 27
R. (D. M.) on adders carved on pulpits, 270

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