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Dekker's (T.) Satiro-Mastix, 80
Ditchfield's (P. H.) Old-Time Parson, 359
Documents relating to the office of the Revels,
Time of Elizabeth, ed. by A. Feuillerat, 80
Edinburgh Review, 59, 498
Englishwoman's Year-Book, 519

Fea's (A.) James II. and his Wives, 299
Fitzgerald's (P.) Shakespearean Representa-
tion, 58

Fletcher's (Giles and Phineas) Poetica! Works,
ed. F. S. Boas, 238
Foxcroft's (H. C.) Life of Bp. G. Burnet, 419
Friedländer's (L.) Roman Life and Manners
under the Early Empire, Vol. 1., trans. by
L. A. Magnus, 377

Goss's (C. W. F.) Descriptive Bibliography
of the Writings of George Jacob Holyoake,

479

Harbottle (T. B.) Dictionary of Quotations
(French), 399

Henslowe's Diary, ed. by W. W. Greg, 160
Holland's (Elizabeth, Lady) Journal, 1791-
1811, 498

Holyoake's (G. J.) Writings, Bibliography by
Goss, 479

Hoyer's (M. A.) By the Roman Wall, 318
Hughes's (T.) History of the Society of Jesus
in North America-Documents, Vol. I., 279
Johnson on Shakespeare, ed, Raleigh, 199
Keats's (J.) Poetical Works, ed. Forman, 80
Lecky's (W. F. H.) Historical and Political
Essays, 359

Mackail's (J. W.) Coleridge's Literary Criti-
cism, 99

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Shakespeare Apocrypha, ed. by C. F. Tucker
Brooke, 18

Simpson's (E. B. Folk-lore in Lowland
Scotland, 399

Skipsey (Joseph), by R. Spence Watson, 519
Smith's (W.) Evesham and the Neighbour-
hood, 99

Sophocles' Tragedies, trans. by E. H. Plump-
tre, 160

Stow's (J.) Survey of London, ed. Kingsford,
359

Stubbs's (W.) Germany in the Early Middle
Ages, 219

Thackeray, ed. Saintsbury, Vols. I.-VI., 259
Tudor Facsimile Texts, Issues for, 1907-8, 439
Watson's (R. Spence) Joseph Skipsey, 519
Webb's (S. and B.) English Local Govern-
ment the Manor and the Borough, 39
Whitaker's Almanack and Peerage, 1909, 519
Who's Who--Who's Who Year-Book, 1909,
519

Writers' and Artists' Year-Book, 1909, 519
Books sold by the ton, 35

Bookseller, earliest use of the word, 369

Booksellers' catalogues, 19, 59, 99, 140, 200, 230,
280, 319, 378, 400, 420, 440, 460, 499, 520
Booth family of Rame, Cornwall, 448, 517
Boot-top, verbal use of the word, 223
Borrow (George), Spanish works in The Zincali,'
150, 276

Bough-pot, meaning of the word, 208, 257
Bower (Col. John), our oldest military officer, 97
Bowls for reception of fees, 46, 98
Boy-Bishop at Rotherham, 506
Boydell (Alderman John), his gifts to the Guild-
hall, 101

Boy Scouts, their war-song, 225
Bradbrook (W.) on Erasmus Williams, 258
Bradbury (W. L.) on Punch' Exhibition, 327
Braddon (Paul), water-colour artist, 417
Bradlaugh (Charles) on Monism and Spinoza, 347
Bradley (H,) on "Sabariticke," 53

Walterloo: Charlotte, 271

Bramwell family, sextons of Chapel-en-le-Frith,
277 years, 246

Brass as a surname, 74, 136

Brassington (W. S.) on Shakespeare Visitors' Books,

515

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De Tabley (Lord), 229
Ellison (Henry), 8, 95, 137
"His end was peace,

517

Jean Paul in English, 294
Jonson (Ben), his name, 158
Longfellow's Psalm of Life,' 272

Lopez (Sir Menasseh Massey), 96
Mediterranean, 456

Moloker, Yiddish term, 435
Parnell (C. S.), his descent, 210
Pearl, 236

Pinto (Mendez), 488

Salarino, Salanio, and Salerio, 132, 333
Shacklewell Lane, 126

Worksop epitaphs, 503

Brett (Sir Alexander), killed 1627, 289, 352, 117
Brett family, 289, 352, 417
Brettenham Park, Suffolk, and Joseph Bonaparte,
109

Brickwork, rod as measure for, 388
Bridal stones, 329, 394, 515

Bridge with figures of the Saviour, 476
Briefs in 1742, 330, 375

British Association. Huxley and Bishop S. Wilber
force at, 209, 335

British Isles, statues and memorials in, 387
British provincial book trade, 1641-67, 141
Britons, their castle architecture, 255
Brixton, Sir W. Raleigh's house at, 348, 411
Broadley (A. M.) on the Grand Khaibar, 197
Somers (Sir George), 28
Williams (Erasmus), 208
Brooke (C. F. T.), his Shakespeare Apocrypha,'
345

Brown (J.) on Campbell, 393

Brown (Madox), his painting of Howe's victory, 107
Browne (Sir T.), quotation from 'Hydriotaphia,' 56
Browning (Elizabeth Barrett), inscription at
Florence on, 224

Bruce (William), physician to King of Poland
249, 298

Bruges, pronunciation of the name, 408, 473
Brunswick (Duke of) and Brunswick Hotel, 289
Brutus on Ovoca or Avoca? 308

Buccado, meaning of Spanish word, 87, 137
Budgee a kind of ape, 89, 137, 253

Buff, earliest reference to the word, 170, 216
Bulloch (J. M.) on banishment certificate, 230
Bruce (William), in Poland, 249
Castleman family, 69

Gordon (first Duke of), his birth, 7
Gordon (Lady Charlotte), 10

Gordon (Lord Robert), 89

Gordon (Dr. W.) of Bristol, 349

Gordon and Short families, 330
Gordons of Messina, 8

Mysteries of Embo baronetcy, 234
National Journal,' 1746, 49
"Parthenopaus Hereticus," 149

Pennecuik (Alex.) and the Louvre, 189
Buns, cross sign on, 157

Burgoyne (F. J.) on London statues and memorials,
258

Burial-ground of St. George's, Hanover Square,
8, 57

Burial-grounds. Nonconformist, 31, 150, 237, 334
Burials at Nice: Capt. James King, 57

Burmester (F.) on "Plus je connais les hommes,"
188

Burney (Charles), collation of History of Music,'
9, 57

Burton (Robert), his Anatomy of Melancholy,' 383
Butler (Billy), the hunting parson, 310, 395, 453
Butler (J. C.) on Billy Butler, 310

Butler (John) of Mullaghowny, temp. Charles I.,290
Butler (Samuel) and toothache, 122
Butterworth (Major S.) on Hartley Coleridge, 118
Buxton, antiquities of, 168, 218
Byron (G. G., sixth Lord), 'Childe Harold,'

Canto IV., 275, 312

Byron (William, fifth Lord), duel with Mr. Cha-
worth, 244

C. (A.) on authors of quotations wanted, 268
C. (A. B.) on anonymous works, 28

C. (F. H.) on Joseph Bonaparte in England, 109
C.-D. (F. H.) on Manor House c. 1300, 450
C. (G.) on Skalinges: Scabulonious, 228
C. (G. E.) on authors of quotations wanted, 497
'D.N.B.': additions and corrections, 58
Sheriffs of London, 238

C. (H.) on Hawkins family and arms, 472

Notes and Queries, Jan. 30, 1909.

Campbell (G. W.) on Scottish University arms, 36
Canadian natural dyes, books on, 348, 495
Candle-making, restriction upon, 1769, 387
Canning (George), original portraits, 53
Cannon (Miss K. L.) on "Fit as a fiddle," 188
Cannon on Fridge Green, c. 1768, 226
Cantianus on Prebendary Henry Barnewell, 516
Capital punishment, for high treason, 229, 314,
354; offences punished by in eighteenth cen-
tury, 289, 392

Cap of Liberty, and Wilkes, 52

Card terms, 1559-97, 468

Cardinal of St. Paul's, 85, 173, 235, 273
Caricature: Once I was alive, 16

Carlyle (T.), 'Oliver Cromwell's Letters and
Speeches,' 376; on the griffin, 509

Carnmarth and Lannarth, Cornish place-names,
252

Carnousie, barony of, its history, 421

Caroline (Queen) and Lord Denman, 51, 94
Caroline as a masculine name, 450
Castle architecture, books on, 255

Castle (Thomas), botanist, c. 1804-38, 111
Castleman family, 69

Cat: whipping the cat, 198
Catgut ruffles, c. 1755, 189
Celt on Oulds in Ireland, 268

Certificate of banishment, 1789, 230
Chafy (W. K. W.) on clergy in wigs, 158
Foote (Samuel), 109

Chalcot Farm, N.W., 1800-50, 73
Chalice inscription, 1645, 78

Chalk Farm, formerly Chalcot Farm, 73
Chamberlain (Commodore), his identities, 329,
372, 437

Chamberlen (Hugo), cenotaph in Westminster
Abbey, 329, 437

Chamberlin (John), of Ratcliffe-on-Soar, 168
Chambon, engraver of calligraphy, 168

Charles I., medal of, 68, 134; his cultus in
America, 227

Charles II., his chemist N. Le Fevre, 227

Charlotte, Christian name, its pronunciation, 271,
315, 338

Charming-bells for bird-catching, 48, 94
Charters, Anglo-Saxon, "Minister" in, 109
Chautauqua, allusion explained, 68

Chaworth (Wm.), his duel with fifth Lord Byron,
244

Cheapside Cross, its bibliography, 57
Chelsea, Don Saltero's Tavern, 67, 110
Cheney family, 172

C. (H. H. T.) on authors of quotations wanted, 68 Cherry (K.) on Capt. Barton, 249

Gladstone's last moments, 68

C. (J.) on military bank-note, 389

C. (L.) on French coat of arms, 295

C. (P. M. M.) on Coxe of Clent and Swynford, 29
Mason of Stapleton, 28

C. (S.) on Philip II. of Pomerania, 349

C. (S. D.) on Buxton, 218

Smallpox hospital in 1804, 232

C. (W. F.) on Amphilis, female name, 289

St. Godwald, 268

Ca. (W. P.) on Cornish and other apparitions, 51
Cabinet and House of Lords, 1835 and 1908, 486
Cadey a hat, its origin, 147, 198, 277, 374
Calligraphy, Italian, 168
Cambridge University:

Christ's College
Milton, 30, 72; early lists, 36
Camilford, Rector of, 412

Cheshire the hangman, assistant executioner,
c. 1814, 167

Chester Sheriffs' books and emigrants to Ame-
rica, 326

Chesterton and Hanley, Staffs, manors of, 210
Child (Sarah Anne), elopement with Earl of
Westmorland, 248, 293

Children, at executions, 254, 298; names terrible
to, 509

China, willow pattern, story inscribed, 98

Chine, stuffed, 30, 78, 155

Chinese and the smell of white men, 54

Chinese folk-lore: bees and lucky days, 285;
moon legend, 347, 456; tiger folk-lore, 358
and Chinese legend of disobedient son, 408
Chloe and the poet Prior, her identity, 7, 77,
134

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Christian names : Amphilis, 289 ; Caroline, 450 ; Cope (Mrs. H.) on Regimental marches, 457

Charlotte, 271, 315, 338 ; Ernisius, 388, 471 ; Scots Greys : regimental history, 396

Haakon, 234, 277 ; Nisidora, 348 ; Thelma, 289 Scrope (Adrian), 469
Christmas at Selby Abbey, 1397, 506

Wrexham, 307
Christmas bibliography, 505

Constable family, 328
Christmas Day and Lady Day, their connexion, 508 Constables of the Tower, 70, 118, 213, 277
Chrystal Magna, its whereabouts, 89, 277

Conway, its Richard II. charter, 307
Church, meets of hounds announced in, 468, 515 Cook (Capt. James), his voyages, 69
Church notes of Sir Stephen Glynne, 441

Cookes (Đean), Westminster scholar, 1740, 130
Churches and Lady Chapels, 289

Coolidge (W. A. B.) on Mediterranean, 351
Churches, metropolitan, built, temp. Queen Anne, Cooper (A. W.) on Hoppner and Sir T. Frankland's
36, 435

daughters, 374
Circular, netmaker's, 18th cent., 207

Cope (Rev. Sir Richard), d. 1806, his preferments,36
Claret, used in fountain, 507

Copland-Griffiths (F.) on Sir W. Neville Hart, 263
Claridge (W.) on Forisfactura, 208

Corbet (Peter)= Valletort (Isabel or Beatrice),
Clarke (Cecil) on “Sweet lavender," 146

168, 253
“Entente cordiale,'' 37

Corfield (Wilmot) on the bonassus, 90
Ville of Sarre," 268

Holwell, (John Zephaniah), 76
Clarke (R. S.) on Lord Lake, 348

London statues and memorials, 124, 372
Classicus on Whiff, a boat, 91

Zoffany, 295
Claugh family, 289

Cornelia on As the farmer sows his seed," 273
Clayton (C. E. A.) on pharmacopeia, 168

Corner (S.) on Queen Elizabeth's Day, 477
Clayton (H. B.) on Elihu Yalz's epitaph, 502 Cornish and other apparitions, 35, 51, 117
Clayton (H. B.) on first bishop to marry, 366 Coronation coins and medals, 130, 190, 230
Dublin printer, first, 106

Corpus Christi Day observed at Oxford, 52
Duff, early mission ship, 503

Coryat (T.), monkey story in his · Crudities,' 373 ;
Heath (W.), artist, 93

on Mediolanum, 375
Moon legends, 347

Cosmogony, heretical, 347
Regimental marches, 457

Cotteswold, Italian references to, 1315, 325, 398
Clement family, 69

Council Chamber, Guildhall, its demolition, 101
Clements (H. J. B.) on Edwards of Halifax, 54 Counties, manor identification in divers, 48, 254 ;
Waldock family, 78

detached parts of, 428
Clergy, inferior, their early appellations, 175, 250, Counting superstition, 137
353

County divisions, 368
Clergy in wigs, 16, 78, 158, 350, 392

County heraldry, 348
Clerical interments, 148, 233

Courtenay (G. H.) on Campbell, 278
Cleveland (General J. W.), his descent, 289

Caroline as a masculine name, 450
Clindening (G. T.) on Glendonwyn of Glendonwyn, Ode to Napoleon Bonaparte, 190
210

Courtney (C.) on Wilberforce and Huxley, 335
Cluet (Richard), D.D., c. 1651, his burial-place, 148 Courtney (W. P.) on William Collins the poet, 186
Coat of arms. See Heraldry.

Dodsley's Famous Collection of Poetry, 103
Cobberers and nutting time, 185

243, 305, 403
Cockburnspath, place-name, its pronunciation, 430 Inscriptions at Florence, 223
Cock-foster, place-name, its derivation, 30, 94, 253 Kent, East Indiaman, 477
Coffin nails, slang for cigarettes, 234

Coventry (John Eyre), his biography, 288
Cohen (H.) on Campbell, 338

Cowper (Joseph Meadows), his death, 340
Coins : Victorian florin of 1849, 16, 77 ; Accession Cox (w.F.) on “ Jnay Daultre," 329

and Coronation, 130, 190, 230 ; Turkish, 488 Coxe family of Clent and Swynford, 29, 115
Coleridge (Hartley), contributions to periodicals, Coxon (L.) on Rev. John Coxon, 368
49, 118

Coxon (Rev. John), curate at Morpeth, 1754, 368
Coles (J.), Jun., on Billy Butler, 453

Crabble, place-name, 269, 312
Colet (Dean), pronunciation of his name, 249 Crane (H. E.) on Nonconformist burial-grounds,
Collins (F. Howard) on plane sailing, 316

152
Whiff, a boat, 91

Crashaw (R.) and Maximilian Sandæus, 307
Collins (Mortimer), his writings, 249, 298

Craven family, 490
Collins (William), references in letters c. 1744 to, Crawford (C.) on crows and rain, 136
186

* England's Parnassus,' 4, 84, 182, 262, 362,
Colomb (G.) on Beaconsfield and the primrose, 486

444
Coltman (George), Receiver-General in Stamp Jonson (Ben) and Bodenham, 206
Office, 489

Crawford (J. R.) on the National Flag, 130
Com. Ebor. on Hannah Maria Jones, 248

Crawford (0. G. S.) on Egypt as a place-name, 447
Com. Linc. on steering wheel, 98

Icknield Way, 490
Comether, its derivation, 420, 469

Crayfish, onions, and snakes, 448
Comloquoy surname, 187

Cremer (Sir W. R.), M.P., his descent, 104
Commandment, the eleventh, 358, 437

Cremitt money, meaning of the term, 106
Commonwealths and storks, 368, 438

Cire perdue process, 89
Communion, Holy, wine used at

“ Cripple carrying "' in church books, its meaning,
Cope (Mrs. H.) on bishops and abbots, 309

269
Conway charter, 307

Crocker (Charles), 1797-1861, his poems, 489
Llangollen, 307

Cromran on Cromwell and 117th Psalm, 268
Manor Rolls, 309

Cromwell (0.), titles conferred by, 49, 112 ; and
Mitred abbots, 410

117th Psalm, 268, 436

('rone (J. S.) on Irish Rebellion of 1798, 117 Daniels (H. G.) on Hove, 216
('rooke (W.) on Indian magic, 495

Dante : Inf.,' xvi. 106-8, 302
Taine “ Tenir une queue de vache,” 273 Danzig, accounts of its siege, 1813, 130, 193
“ Crooked Billet," origin of the sign, 38, 77 Darwin (Erasmus), his lines on Sydney Cove, 261,
Cross on hot cross buns, 157

412
Cross, Ruthwell, Dumfriesshire, 168, 217

Darwin (G. H.) on Sydney, 1789–1908, 412
Cross Crosslet on Barbara Villiers, 108

Dasent (A. I.) on first Speaker of the House of
Cross Patté on The Essex Serpent,” 310

Commons, 388
“ William the Conqueror ten sixty-six," 228 Davey (H.) on Shakespeare and geography, 346
Crotty -) executed in Irish Rebellion, 117

Shakespeare the actor, 346
Crouch (C. H.) on Baydon, Cumberland, 335 Davidson (À. A.) on T. L. Peacock, 9
Madan (Martin) of Nevis, 256

Davidson clan, 7
Pickthall, 295

Davies (A. M.) on Dickens and the lamplighter, 12.
Shakespeare (John), 1732, 317

November 5: Guy Fawkes, 496
Crow (W. Roberts) on Crowmer (William): Watts Tyburn, 495
family, 313

Davis (N. D.) on Sir Arthur Leary Pigott, 426
Donegal history, 469

Day (Nancy), Lady Fenhoulet, c. 1768, 406
Nisidora as a Christian name, 348

De la Motte de la Garré family, 310
Roberts family, 149

De Quincey (T.), on toothache, 122 ; and the
Crowmer family, 149, 232, 313

tenth wave, 511
Crows crying against the rain, 88, 136, 415

De St. Philibert, c. 1206, 8, 73
Cuir-bouilli : Cuir-ciselé, German leather bindings, De Tabley (Lord), portrait of H. Thompson, 229
369

Dean (William), 'D.N.B.' on, 114
Cull (J.) on clergy in wigs, 78

Dear : "O dear no !” used interjectionally, 349,
Cummings (W. H.) on Burney's' History of Music,' 395, 434, 516
57

Death, after lying, 109, 157, 195, 274, 376 ; leg
Cummins (A.) on authors of quotations wanted, 68 growing after, 506
* Pleasure digging his own Grave,' 89

Death warrants, name for cigarettes, 234
Cupples (J. G.) on “ Protector's Head," inn sign, Deed temp. Edward III., Norman-French, 168
156

Deedes (Prebendary Cecil) on Ernisius, 472
Curious on Wharton autobiography, 190

Presbyter Incensatus,” 328
Curious House, Greenwich, 469

Deedler, the, and art of deedling, 66
Curry (J. T.) on authors of quotations wanted, 314 Defoe (Daniel) and the devil's chapel, 134

Milton and Christ's College, Cambridge, 72 Demeuldre (A.) on raid of Bishop of Norwich, 468
Seventeenth-century quotations, 271

Den a Gernow on early law terms, 29
Curtis (J.) on Deville, 91

Denman (A.) on Queen Caroline, 51
D. (A. H.) on double-headed eagle, 198

Denman (Lord) and Queen Caroline, 51, 94
Ranger of Greenwich Park, 189

Dethick family, 214
D. (C.) on Henry Ellison, 95

Deuxsaint family, 309
D. (C. E.) on steering-wheel, 48

Devil called the Owd Lad, 507
D. (E. F.) on authors of quotations wanted, 428 Devil r. white cock in British folk-lore, 34
D. (K. F.) on Kniphofia, 333

Deville, graphologist and phrenologist, 91, 157
D. (M. G.) on T. L. Peacock, 138

Devil's chapel, Defoe on, 134
D. on Cap of Liberty, 52

Devizes Market Cross, inscription on, 195
Clergy in wigs, 16

Devonshire, Barbary pirates off, 189
“Hors d'ouvre," 255

Dey (E. Merton) on Shakespeariana, 165, 424
Mediterranean, 376, 495

Dhai (C.) on Davidson clan, 7
Upper Thames,” 27

Dickens (C.), and the lamplighter's ladder, 12;
Wotton House, 7

on half-baptized, 29, 90, 135, 256, 294 ; sur-
D. (R.) on Don Saltero's Tavern, 252

names of his characters, 327, 477, 517
D. (T. F.) on “ Angel ” of an inn, 95

Dictionary of National Biography,' additions
Authors of quotations wanted, 514

and corrections, 58, 114, 366, 407, 426, 454
Boot-top as a verb, 225

Dictionary of National Biography : Epitome,'
Danzig : its siege in 1813, 130

183, 282
Fig trees : maturing meat, 96, 453

Diego on county heraldry, 348
Hair becoming suddenly white, 75

Dighton (Richard), caricaturist, c. 1817, 407, 454
Heraldry in Froissart : Pillow, 452

Dingle (A. T.) on Isaac Basire's portrait, 128
London statues and memorials, 494

Dinners, parish, in 16th and 17th centuries, 57
Man in the almanac, 118

Directoire gowns in 16th-century plaster, 326
Meschianza, 97

Disdaunted, use of the word, 328, 352, 377, 416,453
Tunes, old, 93

Ditchfield (P. H.), his Old-Time Parson,' 425, 496
Vigo Bay, 1702–19, 98

Ditchfield (P. H.) on · The Old-Time Parson,' 425
D. (U. J.) on clergy in wigs, 356

Dixie (Sir Wolstan) and Dr. Johnson, 343
D. (W. M.) on
Merry England," 88

Dixon (R.) on Benedict Arnold, 98
Dale (T. C.) on John Tetherington, 189

Hornsey : Highgate and Arabella Stuart, 93
Wesley (John), his missing letters, 367

Snakes drinking milk, 335
Dallas (J.) on Bp. Peter Quivel, 30

Dobell (Sydney) and his Edinburgh friends, 66
Dalton (C.) on the Bombay Regiment, 1

Doctor on Walker: Ellen Howard, 450
Douglas (Capt. Archibald), 181

Wood (Eleanor), 367
Dandy affair, 1816, 49

Dodsley (R.), famous collection of poetry, 103,
Danes' Church, Wellelose Square, c. 1696, 97, 154 243, 305, 403
Daniel family, 468

Dogs named after heathen deities, 109

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Dolls in magic, 118, 195, 272

Ellis family, 364
Dolls, or movable posts on race courses, 326, 453 Ellison (Henry), his sonnets, 8, 95, 137, 197
Donegal, history of the county, 469

El-Serujah, celebrated pillar, its locality, 469
Donkeys, measles, and whooping-cough, 326, 398 Embsay, canons of, and Silsden mill, 208
Don Saltero's Tavern, Chelsea, 67, 110, 252 Emeritus on authors of quotations wanted, 68
Dorveaux (Dr.) on N. Le Fevre, 227

Buccado, 87
Doten (Lizzie), her poem “ Is Life Worth Living,' ? Budgee, a kind of ape, 89
229, 295

Crows and rain, 136
Douglas (Capt. Archibald), d. 1710, his biography, St. Francis's moon, 189
181

Seventeenth-Century quotations, 127
Dover, Archbishop of, temp. King Canuto, 170, 218 Start= ass, 328
Dowling (J. N.) on Campbell, 393

Storks and Commonwealths, 368
Dowry Square, Clifton, the place-name, 188, 334 Tarentine, a herb, 108
Dragoons : Union Light, 1780, 49; Fifteenth Turkish weights, measures, and coins, 488
Light, 1804, 227

Emeritus on crows and the rain, 136
Dramatists, old English, conjectural emendations, Emigrants to America, links with England, 326,
171

396
Dryden (J.), lines on Sir P. Fairborne's monument, '-eng, surnames ending in, 428, 497
328, 352, 377

Engineers, Royal, of Ireland, 1251-1801, 328
Du Bartas and James I., 262

England, Bonaparte's plans for invasion of, 4, 64,
Dublin printer, first, 106

162 ; wooden walls of, 126; Olympic games in,
Duff, early Mission Ship, 503

147; its division under William I., 354
Dugdale and Thorp MSS., 328

Englands Parnassus,' errors in, 4, 84, 182, 262,
Dunbar, Cromwell and 117th Psalm at battle of, 362, 444
268, 436

Englefield (William de), c. 1241, 29
Dunbar (W.) and Henryson, 226, 277

English, vowel-shortening in, 43, 111, 132, 175
Dunghill proverb, 13

English and French News Journal,' 1723, 287
Dunkin (E. H. W.) on William Crowmer, 233 Entente Cordiale," early instances, 37, 178, 287
Durand (Col. C. J.) on Campbell, 393

Envoy, British, at Warsaw, 1774, 327, 398
Guernsey Lily, 456
Dwarfs, King Edwin and his army of, 250

Epigrams :-
Dwight (T. F.) on Shakespeare's epitaph, 417

Hamandan is my native place, 349
Dyers' Company and right to keep swans, 449

Hinc venti dociles resono se carcere solvunt,
Dyes, Canadian natural, books on, 348, 495

126
E. (K. P. D.) on Angel ” of an inn, 56

Nux, asinus, campana, piger, 152
Authors of quotations wanted, 108, 468

The king, observing with judicious eyes, 367
Dolls in magic, 118

Epitaphs :-
“ Flash of lightning," a liquor, 210

Advertising, 503
High treason, 229

Here lie I, Martin Elginbrodde, 273
Eagle, double-headed, its signification, 153, 198, 337 Kingston-on-Thames, 502
Easby (William) of Faceby, North Yorks, 470

Mead (William), Quaker, 151
Edgcumbe (R.) on “ Star and Garter,” Pall Mall,

Mors hominem, 210, 276
244

Now thus, 502
Edinburgh, derivation of the name, 410, 473

Owen MSS., 210
Edward III., value of money in his time, 320

Postscript, 503
Edwards (F. A.) on Africa first crossed : L. Vivaldi Shakespeare's, 346, 396, 417
229

This does Erasmus Williams represent, 208,
Anonymous works, 158

258, 330
Bishops and Abbots, 377

Three poets in three distant ages born, 491
Bookseller, 369

Walton (Anne), in Worcester Cathedral, 68
Bridal Stones, 516

Warrington, 502
Corbet= Valletort, 253

Worksop, 503
Maps, 155

Yale (Elihu), 502
Ovoca or Avoca, 397

Eridge Green, cannon on, c. 1768, 226
Edwards (James) of Halifax, his library, 54, 94, Ernisius, a proper name, 388, 471
315, 416

Erskine (Charles, Cardinal), portraits of, 377, 518
Edwards (J. T.) on regimental marches, 313 -es and -is in Scottish proper names, 486
Edwin (King), his dwarfs described by Goethe, 250 “ Essex Serpent,” inn sign, 310, 376
Egypt as a place-name, 447

Etchings, steel, by John Leech, 247
Eighteenth century, unconscientious literary work Eugene, Prince, statue in London of, 448

on, 361 ; capital punishment in, 289, 392 Euripides and Gascoigne, 125
Elections, Parliamentary, and bishops, 390 Evelyn family and Wotton, 268
Electricity in agriculture, 207

Everglade, place-name, its derivation, 105, 158,
Elephant and game, picture of man with, 109

458
Eleventh Commandment, 358, 437

Executions, public, throat-cutting at, 128, 315,
Elizabeth (Queen), her household and Privy 236 ; children at, 254, 298

Council, 147, 276 ; commemoration day, 381, Exeter, subterranean passages at, 37
.431, 477 ; contemporary compliment to, 418 Eybury Manor, its history, 321, 461
Ell (H. G.) on Sergeant V. H. Blake, 287

Eye mask worn by railway guards, 487
Ellen surname, 410

Eyes, artificial, manufactured 1734, 352
Ellis (A. S.) on Alphonso : Haakon, 277

Eyebright, origin of the name, 401, 457, 511
Ernisius : a proper name, 471

Eyre (John) of Coventry, c. 1775, 329

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