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R. (D. M.) on "Arsé-versé," 374
Brigstocke (Owen), 257
Cacorne, its meaning, 432
Carnall, its meaning, 218
Drugs, their popular names, 494
McKinley family, 518
Milking syphon, 489
Offa (King), his grave, 448
Pinaseed, its meaning, 36
Pitchers, wooden, 378
"Rule the roost," 358
Sereu Gomer,' 206
"Sitting bodkin," 354
Spanish Armada, 328
Teetotal, its derivation, 384
Townley (James), 427

Wallop, its derivation, 372

Wheelman, origin of the word, 415
Williams (Rev. Moses), 369

R. (J. B.) on "God save the King," 11

R. (J. P.) on public-houses in London, 427
R. (R.) on Arsé-versé," 374

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Beaumont (Dr.), 498

Buslet small omnibus, 515
"Cast for death," 250

"Chare-rofed," its meaning, 355, 396

Chelmsford murder, 393

Copying machine, early, 337

Fable, its author, 397

Gavazzi (Father), 12

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Radcliffe (J.) on Sir Henry Percy's children, 449
Pinaseed, its meaning, 36
St. Dunstan, 449

Shakspeare Concordance, 313
Shamrock in national arms, 51
Signatures, astrological, 11
Sligo Corporation seal, 451
Wallace (Thomas, Baron), 358
Waterloo, eagles captured at, 90
Radcliffe (Dr. John), his biography, 151
Radford (J. T.) on parish registers, 513

Radnor (John, first Earl of), his heirs, 168, 198, 253
Rae (W. F.) on steel pens, 417
Raleigh Greene, 67

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Raleigh (Sir Walter), his library, 109
Raleighana, 186

Ranby (Mr.), his house at Chiswick, 122, 195
Randall (W. S.) on holy water, 158

Raphael cartoons, tapestries from, 107, 171, 253, 357
Rarely, use of the word, 109, 173, 309, 370, 410, 474
Ratcliffe (T.) on "Cast for death," 168

"Cawd for nowt but iverrything," 245

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Rendall (J.) on Flora Macdonald, 269

René, Duc de Bar, figure in stained glass, 7
Returns, its meanings, 424, 476
Rhymes, English historical, 187, 275.
rhymes.

Richardson (W.) on Slavonic names, 488
Ricketson (Daniel), his biography, 235
Rickwood (G.) on Colchester M.P.s, 288
Ridolis, a "city of England," 48
Rigmarole, its derivation, 154, 291
Ring, posy, 328

Ritchie family of Craigtown, 29
Rivett-Carnac (J. H.) on horseshoe monuments, 114

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Peacock feathers unlucky, 36

Robartes (John, second Baron), his heirs, 168, 198, 253
Robbins (A. F.) on Conservative as a political term, 494

Robbins (A. F.) on "Hear, hear!" 31
"Imperium et libertas," 53
Lift, early mentioned, 154
Oratory and intoxication, 388
Parliament, pre-Victorian members of, 465
"Parliamentary hand," 277
Prime Minister, 69, 510
"Three acres and a cow," 432

Wesley (Rev. Samuel), the elder, 506
Words, longest in English, 395

Roberts (F.) on Love and the Soul,' an etching, 348
Roberts (John), of Llanfrothen, 1600, 448
Roberts (W.) on 'Dictionary of National Biography,'

166

Knighthoods, 305
Perryn (Baron), 288
Romney (George), 365
Scrogmoggling, its meaning, 6
'Times,' 9 November, 1796, 2
Wedgwood (Josiah), 208
Robin. See Round robin.

Robinson (C. W.) on William Hiseland, pensioner, 7
Robson (George Fennell), artist, his parentage, 225
Rochester (Laurence Hyde, Earl of), his biography, 17
Rogers (Henry), biographical notes on, 285
Rokeby on Dewsberry family, 387

Roman arithmetic in practice, 509

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Notes and Queries, July 24, 1897.

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'Vicar of Wakefield,' 88

SS. Cyriacus and Julietta, 129, 196, 354
Sally (Chaunting), ballad singer, 208
Salmon fishing on the river Earn, 141
Salmon (Nathaniel), his 'History of Essex,' 109
Salter (S. J. A.), F. R.S., his death, 220
Saltham manor, its locality and history, 228
Sampson (J.) on Shelta language, 256, 351
Sans Souci Theatre, Leicester Place, 263, 354
Santiago St. James, 46
Satterthwaite (A.) on Cheney Gate, 489

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Scotch clerical dress, 115, 218

Scotch craftsmen "honest men," 68, 191, 319

Scotch Dutch Brigade, 373

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Scotch university graduates, 276, 513
Scotland, right to quarter royal arms, 187; English-
man's opinion of in 1360, 224
Scott (Sir Walter), title of Old Mortality,' 169, 255,
297, 371;"Crw" in 'The Betrothed,' 407, 438
Scott-Robertson (Canon W. A.), his death, 260, 306
Scrimshaw family, 270
Scrogmoggling, its meaning, 6
Seal: Half-seal, its meaning, 303, 409
Seal of Corporation of Sligo, 327, 451
Sedgwick (Daniel), hymnologist, 450
Selby (F.) on Wye College rental, 288
Selppuc on Hill, Scotch artist, 8

St. Paul (Sir Horace), 53

Sequin on 'Oxford English Dictionary,' 107
'Sereu Gomer,' Welsh periodical, 206
Serjeantson (R. M.) on Sir Edward Littleton, 327
Symmer (Rev. Archibald), 208

Severus, "alius," in the 'Historia Brittonum,' 404
Seymour (T.) on Hole House, 313
Shakspeare (William), and the Book of Wisdom, 6;
'Hamlet,' 1603 edition, 46; and emblem literature,
49, 172; publication of Mrs. Cowden Clarke's Con-
cordance, 188, 313; and Sir Anthony Sherley, 204,
249;
'Macbeth' and Holinshed, 321, 434; con-
temporary bust, 344
Shakspearian interrogative, 88, 212

Shakspeariana :—

Cymbeline, Act IV. sc. 2, "To them the
legions," 224, 343

Hamlet, Act I. sc. 1, "The bird of dawning,"
224, 343; sc. 4, "Dram of eale," 223, 343
Sonnets, two obeli of the Globe edition, 223,

Shan-cha, its botanical name, 269
Shanly (W.) on John Greenleaf Whittier, 315

Sharp (Sir Cuthbert), his Bishoprick Garland,' 87,

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290, 430

Shelta language or dialect, 34, 90, 155, 256, 295, 351,

415

Shawmut on John Greenleaf Whittier, 28, 213
She, the pronoun, 48, 116, 158, 190
Sheep fed on holly, 304, 375, 411, 473
Sheep pronounced ship, 307, 331, 515
Sheep-stealer hanged by a sheep, 11

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Convocation Litany, 142
"Non sine pulvere," 157

SS. Syriacus and Julietta, 196
Skates, its etymology, 305, 376, 476

Skeat (W.W) on Anglorum Feriæ,' 461

Breve and crotchet, 15

Criticism, its curiosities, 184
Dally, its derivation, 486
Gallop, its etymology, 5

Getting up early," 198
Gosford or Gosforth, 116
Hungate: Hunstanton, 197
Lanthorn, misspelling, 217
Lewisham, its etymology, 265
Notice, curious, 264
Reference, mode of ready, 165
Saxon pedigree, 13
Scot as a horse's name, 46
She, the pronoun, 158
Tryst, its pronunciation, 189
Twill, early quotation for, 46
Wainscot, its derivation, 444
Yaw, its etymology, 6
Sky Border on Miss Fairbrother, 390
Skyes (W.) on Robert Perreau, 233
Slang in the House of Lords, 486
Slater (J. J. G.) on Col. Henry Slaughter, 7
Slaughter (Col. Henry), Governor of New York, 7
Slavonic names, 488

343

Sligo, its Corporation seal, 327, 451

Taming of the Shrew, Induction, "And when he Smeeton (George), his biography, 507

says he is, say that he dreams," 223
Shamrock, charge in national arms, 51
Shamrock as food, 505

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Smith of Chichester, three brother portrait painters, 428
Smith (A. H.) on Sir Henry Calverley, 87

Pinckney family, 47

Smith (E.) on women as churchwardens, 65
Smith (H.) on Earl Dudley, 248

Rhymes, English historical, 275
Smith (John), LL.B., his biography, 446

Smith (John), mezzotint engraver, and Hannah More,

29

Smith (John), poker artist, 487

Smith (Knightley), his descendants, 108
Sneezing folk-lore, 186, 314, 472, 516

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Holly meadows, 375
S and f, 516

Stag, "nott," its meaning, 51, 118
Stag-horn, plant name, 227, 352
Stamford (Thomas, second Earl of) and his first wife,
106, 237

Stamp affixed upside down, 424, 476
Stanfield (James Field), his biography, 301
Star names, Arabic, 89, 174

Staunton (Lieut.-Col. Francis F.), his biography, 287
Steam as a motor force, its discovery, 148
Steam navigation, early, 88, 150, 297
Steamboats, first twenty British, 288, 376
Steelyards, Roman, 329


Steggall (C.) on Belshazzar's Feast,' 194
Steiner (B. C.) on William Eddis, 388

Notes and Queries, July 24, 1897.

Sterry (F.) on Eastbury House, 37
Stevenson (Robert Louis) and Burns, 502
Stevenson (W. B.), his biography, 426
Stewart (" Walking "), his writings, 488
Stewart-Cormack (D.) on Cormac or Cormack, 389
Stillwell (J.) on Aceldama, 516

Music, frozen, 518
"1 Parson's nose," 92

Stirling and Moravia families, 33
Stockwell (J. N.) on Theodosius the Great, 275
Stocqueler (Joachim H.), his biography, 267, 315
Stoke St. Gregory, Somerset, places in, 28

Stone (Nicholas), Master Mason, his biography, 402
Stonehenge bird, 324

Stopes (C. C.) on Holinshed and Shakspeare's Mac-
beth,' 321

Stepney Church, inscriptions at, 413, 470
Stepney parish and births at sea, 328, 433
Steps, offing, 189, 334

Sterland family, 207

Lurdan, use of the word, 346

Stowe MSS., Irish, 109, 195

Street inscription, 206, 314, 431

Street (W. C.) on church tower buttresses, 451

Stuart (Col.), his biography, 91

Shakspeare Concordance, 313
Shakspeariana, 223, 224
Sherbrooke (Lord), 393
Spider folk-lore, 30

Spink & Son on Juxon medal, 178

Sports, songs on, 428, 450

Spring Gardens, Sir R. Taylor's house in, 509

Squatter, colonial word, 485
Squib wanted, 12, 56

Squire's Coffee-house, Fulwood's Rents, Holborn, 126, Talos, its meaning, 196
250, 318

Stuart (James), of Tweedmouth, his remains, 507
Sturgeon (Lieut.-Col. Henry), his biography, 267
Sullow, rare word, 445

Supervisorship, the office, 208

Surrey (Henry Howard, Earl of), "eye-rhymes " in
his poems, 161, 253, 294, 357, 413, 489
Swaen (A. E. H.) on Robert Daborn, 67

Grass widow, 352

Pirates, sixteenth century, 167
Pur-blind, its etymology, 297

Swellness, new word, 246

Swine eating coal, 48

Swinton family portraits, 329, 395

Symmer (Rev. Archibald), his biography, 208, 493

T. on incident in Sicily, 259

T. (H.) on Grosvenor, East Indiaman, 156

Hornpipe, Lancashire, 127

T. (H. E.) on "Three acres and a cow," 517

T. (J.) on Miss Fairbrother, 390

Henrietta Maria (Queen), 128

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T. (W.) on God save the King," 11
T. (W. B.) on Scotch craftsmen, 68

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Tannahill (Robert) and Hogg, 486
Tate (M. S.) on Wallis family, 348
Tate (W. R.) on Hanwell Church, 471

Holy water in Church of England, 234
Tavern, notable old London, 204, 512
Tavern sign, Cheney Gate, 489
Taylor (I.) on ghost-names, 365, 466
Hungate: Hunstanton, 197
Pens, steel, 355

Shot, in place-names, 273

Taylor (Thomas Proclus), dramatic author, 7
Taylor (Tom), remark attributed to, 407, 458
Teague Irishman, 415

Teetotal, its derivation, 384

Telford-Hayman (C. K.) on " Crw," 407

Stephens (Edward), his biography and Liturgy, 308, Tenebræ on "Dymocked," 109

376

Tenification, new word, 509

Tennyson (Lord) and Butler, 6

Terry (F. C. B.) on "All my eye and Peggy Martin,"

146

Animalculæ, incorrect plural, 46

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Lepel (Molly), 57

"Let sleeping dogs lie," 417
Lundy, its meanings, 434
Magi, misprint for mage, 508
"Maligna lux," 264

Mally Lee,' 373
Misquotations, 91, 426
Parliament cake, 93, 211
Parsley folk-lore, 124
Pasco and Pascoe, 333
Pearls and tears, 254
Peppercorn rent, 416
Picksome, its meaning, 112
Pinaseed, its meaning, 377
Pitchers, wooden, 378
"Plain as a pike-staff," 32
Pur-blind, its etymology, 297
Rummer, its etymology, 270
St. Distaff's Day, 105

Scott (Sir W.), his 'Old Mortality,' 169
Shakspearian interrogative, 212
She, the pronoun, 158

Sheep-stealer hanged by a sheep, 11

Sherl, its meaning, 455
Sneezing folk-lore, 314
Stag, "nott," 51
Talos, its meaning, 196
"Tinker's curse," 452

Umbrella folk-lore, 332
"Under the weather," 338

Vespasian, the "darling of mankind," 337
Virgil, his epitaph, 188

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'Times' newspaper of 9th November, 1796, 2
Tindering time evening dusk, 444

Titles, aqueous, 65; the Justice, 88
Tomlinson (Charles), F. R.S., his death, 160
Tomlinson (G. W.) on Lady Almeria Carpenter, 56
Tongue-batteries, authority for the word, 266, 332
Tooke (Horne), extracts from his diary, 21, 61, 103, 162
Topcliffe (Richard), spy, his biography, 51
Tottenham Court Road, old theatre in, 32, 114
Tottenham Court Road Chapel, removal of its monu-
ments, 386, 454

Tourgenieff (Ivan S.), illustrated edition, 327

Townley (James), author of 'Biblical Anecdotes,' 427
Toynbee (H.) on John and Francis Chute, 346

Dacre monument at Hurstmonceaux, 406
De Ferrers of Chartley, 286

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