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Notes and Queries, Jan. 30, 1909.

Ruthwell Cross, Dumfriesshire, 168, 217
Rutton (W. L.) on burial-ground of St. George's,
Hanover Square, 57

Constables of the Tower, 118, 277

Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, 41, 142
Neyte, Eybury, and Hyde, 321, 461
Teoburnan= Tyburn, 329

Ruvigny (Marquis de) on Law of Lauriston, 434
S, long, in handwriting, 269, 338

S. on Edward Young, 490

S. (A. E.) on Anthony Merry, statesman, 228

S. (F. H.) on Nonconformist burial-grounds, 237
S. (F. S.) on Tintagel, 195

S. (G. H.) on Speakers of the House of Commons,
489

"Star and Crown," Goudhurst, 469

Wild (J. R.), artist, 447

S. (H.) on C. Barron, 19, Pall Mall, 69

Mediterranean, 456

S. (H. K. St. J.) on seventeenth-century quota-

tions, 270

Tintagel, 194

S. (J.) on Mr. Repington and Johnson, 390

S. (L.) on “the lost tribe"

S. (M. L.) on Horse Hill, 489

the Scotch, 9

S. (T. X.) on authors of quotations wanted, 129
Woollen goods from France, 149

S. (W.) on 'D.N.B. Epitome,' 284
Erskine (Charles, Cardinal), 377
Scots Greys, 454

S. (W. P. D.) on Bletchingly Place, 9

'Letters left at the Pastry-Cook's,' 476
Sabaritcke, use of the word, 1814, 33, 53, 134

St. Andrew, his head brought to Rome, 91, 135,155
St. Andrew's Cross, its history, 91, 135, 155
St. Apollonia, patron saint of the teeth, 121
St. Barbara's feather, 308, 373

St. Francis, Order of, and Dante, 303

St. Francis's moon in August, 189, 258, 478
St. George's, Hanover Square, its burial-ground,
8, 57

St. Giles, Cripplegate, Jubilee memorial at, 491
St. Godwald, his identification, 268, 476
St. Helena, Napoleon Bonaparte at, 162
Saint-Hilaire, Poitiers, its history, 287
St. Ia, her biography, 235

St. John Baptist's Eve and Day, how kept, 52, 353
St. John's, Westminster, and the Strand, 244
St. Kenelm's at Ware, print of, 129

St. Margaret's Hospital, or Green Coat School,
Westminster, 129, 172

St. Margaret's, Westminster, and the Strand, 244
St. Martha, representatives of, 108, 178

St. Martin Pomeroy and Roman pomoerium,
382, 450, 495

St. Mary le Bow, Milton memorial in, 491

St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury, memorial at,
491

St. Mary's Abbey, York, 17

St. Osyth dragon legend, 376

St. Pancras Borough Council, Latin motto, 369,
412

St. Patrick, friendly Brothers of, ante 1751, 308
St. Paul's, Cardinal of, 85, 173, 235, 273
St. Petersburg or Petersburg, 306, 357, 458
St. Swithin on American notions, 150

Animals, extraordinary contemporary, 398
"As the farmer sows his seed," 217
"Angel" of an inn, 15

Baal-fires bonfire, 391
Baptistery Font, Florence, 88

"Better an old man's darling," 375

St. Swithin on Cadey a hat, 198
Cardinal of St. Paul's, 85, 273

Chine, stuffed, 78

Cremitt money, 106

Dolls on race-courses, 453

Gedney Church, Lincolnshire, 311
Guard aloft, 487
Hame-rein, 196
Her's, 12

"His end was peace," 517
Hors d'œuvre, 255
Jesuits at Mediolanum, 375
Leamington-on-Sea, 47

Leg growing after death, 50€

Mary, Queen of Scots: portrait, 368
Monkeys stealing from a pedlar, 373
Murray II. (John), 147

Plate, its date, 298
Regimental Marches, 377

St. Barbara's feather, 373

St. Martha, 108

Salarino, Salanio, and Salerio, 176

Throat-cutting at public executions, 315
Unthank, place-name, 15

Vowel-shortening, 111

"What you but see when you haven't a
gun," 38

Wife Bazaar," 276

Wilbraham and Tabraham, 477

St. Thomas, Charterhouse, at auction, 347
Saint and Melampus, allusion to, 68
Sainthill (Mrs.) on Windle family, 28

Sainthill (Richard), antiquary, of Topsham,
Devon, 228

Salad dressing, Sydney Smith's recipe for, 28, 74
Salford : Saltersford: Saltersgate, 222, 256,
274, 297, 337, 373, 438

Salisbury (Earl of) and Quicks Wood, Clothall,
c. 1780, 308

Salmon (D.) on church of Llantwit Major, 338
Pena (Dr.), 365

Salmon (Nathaniel), 1675-1742, antiquary, 489
'Salopian Magazine,' translation of Jean Paul
in, 161

Saltersford Salford: Saltersgate. See Salford.
Saltworks and place-names, 337

Sampson (Bishop) of Lichfield, his parentage, 429-
Sandæus (Maximilian and Crashaw, 307
Sands or Sandys (Archbishop), d. 1588, 12
Santapee, Buiana term, its meaning, 264
Sapper on regimental marches, 313
Sargeaunt (J.) on disdaunted, 328, 352
Sarum, use of the word, 234
Sax-Dane on the National Flag, 193

Nonconformist burial-grounds, 238
Pink saucer, 254

Stevenson (M.) and W. Preston, 189
Scabulonius, meaning of the word, 228
Scaramouch, etymology of the word, 86, 153, 257
Scargill (W.) on authors of quotations wanted, 397
Waterloo its pronunciation, 232

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Schank (L.) on inferior clergy, 251
National Portrait Gallery, 476

Schroeter (H. M.) on Omar Khayyam bibliography,

307

Scone or scon, etymology of the word, 326
Scot (W.) on Chovevi-Zion,' 407
Scotch, French words in, 132, 274, 314
Scotch tour, c. 1830, title wanted, 9
Scotland, oldest inhabited house in, 268

Scots Greys, history of the regiment, 347, 396, 454
Scottish proper names, -is and -es in, 486

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Servian surnames, their formation, 305
Sexton, office held by one family 277 years, 246
Shacklewell Lane, alterations in, 126
Shadow shows, their literature, 257
Shakespeare (W.), quarto described by Pope, 107;
and toothache, 122; and geography, 346;
his epitaph, 346, 396, 417; the actor, 346;
essay by Kipling on, 348, 395; unnoted compli-
ment to Elizabeth, 418; Birthplace Visitors'
Books, 429, 478, 515

Shakespeare Apocrypha,' error in, 345
Shakespeare (John), bitmaker, 104

Shakespeare (John) of Lapworth, his will, 353
Shakespeare (John) of Layston, d. 1732, 317
Shakespearian memoranda, 286
Shakespeariana:

Antony and Cleopatra, Act I. sc. i., "Such
a mutuall paire," 424; Act I. sc. iii.,
"I wish forbeare," 165, 345; Act III.
sc. xii., "Lessons his Requests," 424;
Act V. sc. ii., " An Anthony it was,' 424
As You Like It, Act II. sc. vii.,
"Till that,"
344

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Measure for Measure, Act I. sc. ii., "I will,
out of thine own confession," 63; Act I.
sc. iii., "The baby beats the nurse,'
ib.;
Act III. sc. i., "The corrupt deputy
scaled," 63, 167; Act III, sc. ii., "
A shy
fellow was the Duke," 63; Act V. sc. i.,
"Neither maid, widow, nor wife,"
Act V. sc. i., "Show your sheep-biting
face," ib.

64;

Merchant of Venice: Salarino, Salanio, and
Salerio, 132, 176, 333

Richard III., Act IV. sc. iv., "Humphrey
hour," 344

Romeo and Juliet, Act II. sc. ii., "Tassel-
gentle," 164

Venus and Adonis, "Lo, here the gentle
lark," 166

Winter's Tale, Act IV. sc. iv., "Saltiers" 344

Shalgham-zai, Anglo-Indian term, 448

Sharpe (H. C.) on Baydon, Cumberland, 249
Sharpe (R. R.) on Baal-fires: bonfire, 392

Shelley (P. B.), Original Poetry by Victor and
Cazire,' 224; Persian translation by, 349, 438
Shells, New Zealand fossil, 489

Shepherd (T.) on tanner" sixpence, 191
Sherborn (C. D.) on Richard Weyon, 249-
Sherborne (Lord) on Archbishop of Dover, 218
Sheridan (T. H.) on Tintagel. 148

Sheriffs of London, dates of death, 167, 238
Sherlock surname, 265

Sherwood (G. F. T.) on "Vizt," 36

Shibboleths, later instances, 408

Shipman (Capt. John) and the Bombay Regiment, 1
Shipman (Sir Abraham) and the Bombay Regi-
ment, 1

Shoreditch family, 369, 455

Short and Gordon families, 330

Shorter (Clement) on Johnson's 'Tropical Climates,'

89

Johnsonians, 87
Told (Silas), 348
Shorthouse (J. H.) on

John Inglesant,' 246
Shutes of Sheffield,' magazine story, 408
Sibson, Leicestershire, bell customs at, 430
Sieveking (A. F.) on Epulum Parasiticum,' 130
Sigma Tau on Searle of Epping, 8
Silesian tooth, 188

Silsden mill and the canons of Embsay, 208
Silvretta Mountains, books on, 67
Simms (Rupert) on Chesterton and Hanley, 210
Stafford and Northampton families, 329
Staffordshire M.P.s, 266

Stepkin (Col.) and Capt. Backhouse, 209
Simonburn, Northumberland, inscription in church
366
Simpson (C.) on Craven family, 490
Simpson or Simson family, 150
Si Ngan Foo, Nestorian tablet in, 207
Sir, as clerical courtesy title, 175, 250, 353
Skalinges, meaning of the word, 228
Skeat (Prof. W. W.) on Ancaster, 512
Askwith or Asquith, 37

Authors of quotations wanted, 497
Away, new use of the word, 364
Baal-fires bonfire, 251, 392
Campbell, its pronunciation, 393
Dear: "O dear no!" 395
Epitaph in Owen MSS., 276
French words in Scotch, 314
Geard, its derivation, 306
Guide, its derivation, 13
Holy Grail, 17

Hove: Anglo-Saxon ghost-words, 111, 271
Ising-glass, early instances, 346

Man in the Moon in 1590, 518

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'Presbyter Incensatus," 372

Salford Saltersford: Saltersgate, 373
Scone or scon, 326

Shakespeariana, 344
Stonehenge, 386

T, initial, in place-names, 486
Vowel-shortening, 43, 175

Wainscot, 325

Waterloo, its pronunciation, 232
Wharf, 264

Widkirk: Wakefield Mysteries,' 177
Wilbraham and Tabraham, 477

Skelton (A.) on Maden case, 190
Skelton (C.) on Campbell, 393
Macaroni Magistrate, 449

Sharpham (Edward), 1576-1618, his writings, 21, Skylarks in Orkney, 229

172

Shelley (C.) on Ovoca or Avoca, 397

Skyrme (Charles), Westminster scholar, 1740, 148
Slavey, slang word, used by Leopold I., 187

Sleep, Latin lines on, 17

Smallpox Hospital, 1793-4, 187, 232

Spinoza, C. Bradlaugh on, 347
Spleen unfavourable to running, 202

Smith (G. C. Moore) on old English dramatists, 171 Sportsmen, field memorials to, 509

Epitaph in Owen MSS., 276

'Knight of the Burning Pestle,' 427
Sharpham and Hayman, 21

Smith (P.) on the Tyburn, 431

Smith (Sydney), recipe for salad dressing, 28, 74
Smith family of West Kennett, Wilts, 449
Smyth (E. C.) on Portfolio Society, 53
Smyth (H.) on rushlights, 353
Snail-eating and gipsies, 69, 134
Snakes, crayfish, and onions, 448

Snakes drinking milk, 265, 316. 335, 377, 418
Snell (F. S.) on Cock-foster, 253
Snodgrass as a surname, 10, 52, 113, 216
Snodgrass (A. E.) on dolls in magic, 196
Snodgrass as a surname, 216

Snodgrass (W. G.) on Snodgrass as a surname, 11
Soap-making in 1641, 357
Sobriquets and nicknames, 174

Solomons on Commodore Chamberlain, 329, 437
Inquisition and Jews, 288
Meschianza, 30

Moloker, Yiddish term, 435
Philadelphia (Jacob), 89, 293

Somers (Sir George), 1554-1610, memorial tc, 28
Son, disobedient, legend of, 408
Songs and Ballads :-

By the river's lonely shore, 442

Clashing swords no more resound, 443
Fidallan was a comely youth, 443
Folkestone Fiery Serpent, 508
Fryar Bacon, 48

Hark the northern blasts arise! 442
Henry and Clara, 17

How blest is the lot, 442

Kitty Fisher's Jig, 50, 115

Maid of the Mill, 350

Marseillaise, its author, 326

O'er Laduna's ample plain, 443

Oh Mr. O'Tagrag, 442

Old King Cole, 510

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Spurway (C.) on Norman-French deed, 168
Squires (E. E.), on Fairclough family, 349
Vestments at Westminster Abbey, 470
Stafford and Northampton families, 329
Staffordshire M.P.s, 1290-1322, 266
Stammering, cure for, 367, 418

Standerwick (J. W.) on county divisions, 368
Stanier (H.S.) on Nonconformist burial-grounds, 31
Stanley (Hans), mission to Paris, 128
Stapleton (A.) on Salford: Saltersford, 337
"Star and Crown," Goudhurst, Kent, 469
"Star and Garter," Pa, Ma, 244, 296, 336
Start ass, use of the word, 1698, 328
Statue, equestrian, Sir J. Reynolds on, 129
Statues in London, 122, 211, 258, 290, 370, 491;
in British Isles, 387

Stays, swimming, c. 1742, 89
Steamboats, Thames, in 1815, 458
Steele and Addison, woodcut of, 49
Steepe surname, 468

Steering-wheel, its construction, 48, 98, 215

Stepkin (Col.), shot by Capt. Backhouse, 209, 255
Stevenson (A. P.) on Hon. Samuel Williams, 349
Stevenson (Matthew), portrait by Gaywood, 189
Stewart (Alan) on Arachne House, 373

"Essex Serpent," 376

Stewart (H. H.) on authors of quotations, 408
Stewart (J. A.) on the National Flag, 332
Stewart (J. J.) on Scots Greys, 347

Stilton Hero,' poem, copy discovered, 245
Stilwell (J. P.) on hame-rein, 196
Stoke, Wirral, Parish Registers, 287
Stone (J. Harris) on bridal stone, 329
Stonehenge, derivation of the word, 386
Stones, bridal, 329, 394, 515

Stopes (C. C.) on a Shakespeare will, 353
Storks and Commonwealths, 368, 438

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Story (W. W.), his Væ [Io ?] Victis," 356
Strachan (L. R. M.) on Baal-fires: bonfire, 456
Disdaunted, 453

Strand and St. Margaret's and St. John's, West-
minster, 244

Strand Hotel, c. 1862, its history, 26
Strand-on-the-Green, Arachne House at, 290, 373
Street (E. E.) on November 5, 434

Rushlights, 93, 135

Strong (O. H.) on regimental marches, 352
Stuart (Arabella) and Highgate, 46, 93, 156
Stubbs (P.) author of Anatomy of Abuses,' 308
Stumpy and Rowdy, origin of the names, 287
Sturges (A. J.) on Intellect and Valour of Great
Britain,' 129

Stymie at golf, its etymology, 15, 112, 192
Suckling (F. H.) on George Henley, 192

Luther pictures, 350

Suetonius and Swift, literary parallel, 365
Suffragettes and Girl of the Period,' 467, 518
Sulley (F.) on Baal-fires: bonfire, 456
Sumner (Archbishop) and wigs, 392
Surnames: Askwith or Asquith, 37; Brass, 74,
136; Campbell, 228, 278, 338, 393, 432; Colet,
249; Comloquoy, 187; Ellen, 410; Garioch,
298; Guppy, 327. 477, 517; Haldane, 347,
396; Pickthall, 249, 295; Sherlock, 265;
Snodgrass, 10, 52, 113, 216; Steepe, 468;
Unthank, 15

Surnames: Irish, 146, 354, 417; Servian, 305;

ending in -eng, 428, 497

Surrey Gardens, their history, 32, 78

Notes and Queries, Jan. 30, 1909.

Sussex county arms, 230, 332

Sutton (C. W.) on Ebenezer Gerard, 517
Swank, dialect word, its meanings, 192
Swans, right to keep, 449

Swedenborg (E.), memorial tablet, 56
Swedish Church, Prince's Square, E., 97, 154
Sweeting (W. D.) on clerical interments, 233
'Sweet Nan of Hampton Court,' print, 49
Swift and Suetonius, literary parallel, 365
Swimming bath, earliest, 89, 138, 178
Swimming stays, c. 1742, 89

Swinton (G. S. C.) on Mary, Queen of Scots, 229
Swynnerton (C.) on Constables of the Tower, 213

Latin inscription in Italy, 209

Sydenham (Sir John), of Brimpton, his wife, 490
Sydney, rise of the city, 1789-1908, 261, 412
T, initial, in place-names, 486

T. (G.) on Is Life Worth Living?' 295
T. (W.) on extraordinary animals, 309, 515
United States, social life in, 248

T. (Y.) on Bandy Leg Walk, 438

Cornish and other apparitions, 35

Dickens and the lamplighter's ladder, 12
T-1 (W.) on American naval story, 1814, 428
Tabraham as proper name, 430, 477

Taine : Tenir une queue de vache," 188, 273
Tanner sixpence, origin of the term, 50, 191
Tarentine, a herb, 108

Targe, meaning of the word, 1525, 248, 398
Tavenor-Perry (J.) on Don Saltero's Tavern, 67

Saint-Hilaire, Poitiers, 287

Tavern Signs:-

Bonnie Cravat, 365, 458

Crooked Billet, 38, 77

Don Saltero's, Chelsea, 67, 110, 252

Essex Serpent, 310, 376

Flying Horse, 227

Pope's Head, 1467, 206

Protector's Head, 30, 156, 217

Star and Crown, Goudhurst, Kent, 469

Star and Garter, Pall Mall, 244, 296, 336

Taxus on yew trees by Act of Parliament, 430
Taylor (E. W. B.) on Behold this ruin!
Taylor (G. M.) on Bergerode, 407

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Thompson (C. H.) on Attorney-General to the
Queen, 217

Thomson (Christopher), Vicar of Winwick, 170
Thoresby (R.) and Rev. George Plaxton, 422
Thorn-Drury (G.) on man in the almanac, 56
Once I was Alive,' 16

Thornhill (Cowper), his famous ride, 245
Thornhill Bridge, its history, 286

Thornton (R. H.) on Dugdale and Thorp MSS., 328
Milton alleged portrait, 447
Omnibuses, old, 86

Reindeer, its spelling, 453
Southcott (Joanna), relic, 405

Wheatley (Phillis), and her poems, 385

Z: name of the letter, 107

Thorp and Dugdale MSS., 328

Throat-cutting at public executions, 128, 236, 315
Thurcet, meaning of the word, 29, 72

Tidman (C. W.) on William Easby of Faceby, 470
Tiger folk-lore and Pope, 88, 135, 358
Tilsit, Treaty of, and Colin A. Mackenzie, 11
Timber waney timber, its meaning 490
Tims (T. C.) on Dr. Hugo Chamberlen, 329

Chamberlin (John) of Ratcliff-on-Soar, 168
Ting or Tyng family of Dunstable, 428
Tintagel, its pronunciation, 148, 194, 294
Titles conferred by Cromwell, 49, 112
Tobacconists' heraldry, 427

Told (Silas), writer on prison life, 348, 390
Tollgate houses, 188, 274, 357

Tolsey at Gloucester, its history, 469

Toothache, 121, 171, 196, 216, 416, 474

Tower of London, Lieutenants and Constables,

70, 118, 213, 277

Townley estates, missing heir, 89

Townships, detached parts of, 428

Treason, high, its punishment, 229, 314, 354, 417

Trobridge (G.) on the Swedish Church, E.. 154

Truss-fail, game, c. 1741, 490

Trysull, Dr. Johnson's early visits to, 465

Tunes, old, 48, 93, 138, 218

Turkish weights, measures, and coins, 488

408

Turner (E. M.) on authors of quotations, 353, 476
Turner (F.) on Brembre or Brambre, 516

Teeth, curious, 75, 188

Telegram, judgment by, 467

Gormanston family, 230

Teenick, Kentish dialect word, 467

Teeth, born with, 453

Tenison (C. M.) on Major-General Fage, 350

Winter (Provost Samuel), 229

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Cripple carrying, 269

Turner (Miss I. S.) on Simpson family, 150

Turstin de Wigmore: Turstin Flandrensis, 205, 250

Twycross (J. B.) on Raleigh's house at Brixton, 411

Tyburn, etymology of the word, 329

Tyburn, the, its topography, 341, 430, 494

Tyng or Ting family of Dunstable, 428
Typographical puzzle, 186, 216

U. (H. W.) on Chalk Farm, 73

Tennyson (A.), hate in The Poet,' 148; ringing U. (N.) on stuffed chine, 30

grooves of change," 246

Tenths and Fifteenths explained, 88

Tetherington (John), of Lincoln's Inn, 1777, 189
TH as a symbol, 390, 436

Thackeray (W. M.), errors in Esmond' and
Warringtons,' 146; and Lord Melbourne, 387

Thames, the Upper, its definition, 27
Thames Embankment, railway suggested, 247
Thames steamboats in 1815, 458

Thayer (Ephraim), 1727-1814, inquired after, 48
Theatre at Hampstead, 1807, 287
Theatric Tourist,' drawings, 307
Thelma, derivation of the name, 289
Thomas-Stanford (C.) on French coat of arms, 258
Thomas (Ralph) on bibliographical terms, 81, 484
Heath (W.), artist, 13

Jones (Hannah Maria), 298

Braddon (Paul): water-colour art, 417

Udal (J. S.) on book margins, 72

Clergy, inferior, their appellations, 175
Heraldic queries: arms of married woman

197

John of Gaunt's arms, 432

St. Andrew's Cross, 91

Welsh heraldry, 255

Unicorn and the lion, 208, 294, 436
Union Light Dragoons, 1780, 49

United States, social life in the South, 248, 418
Unthank, place-name, its origin, 15

Urlin (Miss E. L. H.) on Urlin families, 349
Urlin families, 349

Urllad on hair becoming suddenly white, 75
Idle mischievous, 12
Skylight and twilight, 76

V. (Q.) on Brembre or Brambre, 458
Fleet Prison, 478

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Man in the Moon in 1590, 446

Manor Rolls, 398

Manytice, its meaning, 468

Portions: pensions, 437

Proclamation against immorality, 209

St. Andrew's Cross, 135

Salford Saltersford: Saltersgate, 438
Sarum, 234

Tobacconists' heraldry, 427

Valletort (Isabel or Beatrice)= P. Corbet, 168, 253
Vardill (A. J.), author of "Behold this ruin," 408

Veitch family, 87

Venn (J.) on Harvey's birthplace, 216

Vergel, Spanish word, its etymology, 169, 233
Vernon family of Hodnet, 76

Vestments at Westminster Abbey, 470

Victoria (Queen), statue at Lancaster, 124; on
the White Sea, 376; memorial at St. Giles,
Cripplegate, 491

Victorian florin of 1849, 16, 77

Vigo Bay, actions at, 1702-19, 30, 98
Village mazes, 96

"Ville of Sarre," Thanet: the word Ville, 268
Villiers (Barbara), Duchess of Cleveland, 108
Vivaldi (Leone), his travels in Africa, 229
Vivandières, their history, 158, 216

Vivian (Sir Hussey) and Waterloo, 145, 196
Vizt, use of the abbreviation, 36
Voltaire on love, 69

Volunteers, naval, in 1795, 106

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St. Pancras Borough Council motto, 369
Sanguis martyrum, semen Ecclesiæ," 487
Snodgrass as a surname, 10

Susex arms, 332

Thomson (Christopher), 170
Wolston, 95

Wainscot, early use of the word, 325, 377
Wake family, 364

'Wakefield Mysteries' and Widkirk, 128, 177
Wake-week in Warwickshire, 155
Waldock family, 78

Wale forewale: afterwale, their origin, 146
Walker (B.) on Salford: Saltersford, 338
Walker (H. F.)= Ellen Howard, 1833, 450

Voreda, Roman town in Inglewood Forest, 269, Walker (J. W.) on " femmer," 9

317

Votes for women, Dryden's anticipation, 47
Vowels, Arabic, their transliteration, 285, 335
Vowel-shortening, 43, 111, 132, 175
Vulliamy (Benjamin), designer, 365
W, large-text, in handwriting, 269
W. (C.) on Italian genealogy, 449
W. (C. M.) on rod of brickwork, 388

W. (E.) on Askew or Ayscough family, &

W. (E. L.) on Ursula Warner, 348

W. (G. H.) on Giles Heron, 74

W. (L. A.) on authors of quotations wanted, 75
Letters left at the Pastry-Cook's,' 475
Ovoca or Avoca, 437, 497

W-n (G.) on Anna, a place-name, 268
Knocking off a priest's bonnet, 247

W. (T. M.) on authors of quotations wanted, 295
Ben Jonson's name, 158
Kingsley's Lorraine,' 377
Prior and his Chloe, 7, 134
Tintagel, its pronunciation, 195

W. (U. V.) on authors of quotations wanted, 314
Buccado, 137

Dickens on half-baptized, 90

Freeholders in the time of Elizabeth, 470
High treason and its punishment, 355
John of Gaunt's arms, 174
Steering-wheel, 215

W. (W. W.) on Wotton and the Evelyns, 268
Wade (General) and his roads, 83

Wainewright (J. B.) on Queen Anne's fifty churches,
37

Antraigues (Comte d'), 152

Arms of Roman Catholic Bishops, 316
Augustinian Cardinal: Mount Grace, 234
Authors of quotations wanted, 295, 454
Barton (Capt.) of H.M.S. Lichfield, 334
Beauford (Dr.), Rector of Camelford, 412

Waller (A. R.) on authors of quotations wanted,454
Nonconformist burial-grounds, 31

Walsh (W. P. P.) on Irish Royal Engineers, 328
Walters (R.) on Richard Dighton, 454

Guernsey lily, 412

Zoffany, 193

Walton (Anne), epitaph in Worcester Cathedral, 68
Waney Timber

War, conscientious scruples against, 1837, 9

War song of the Boy Scouts, 225

Ward (F.) on E. F. Holt, painter, 489

Ward (J.) on Arabic numerals, 368

Ward (Hon. K.) on donkeys and measles, 326
Whittaker (Abraham), 289

Warden (G. C.) on Bonaparte, 66

Warden (William) and Bonaparte, 3, 64, 162
Wardrobe Accounts in Public Record Office, 276
Warner (Ursula), d. 1648, her biography, 348
Warsaw, British envoy at, 1774, 327, 398

Warrington, epitaph at. 502

Washington family pedigree, 323

"Wast du Roi," meaning of the term, 168
Watch inscription, 506

Water-colour art, 417

Waterloo letter by Sir Hussey Vivian, 145, 196 ;
its pronunciation, 190, 232, 271, 315, 338
Waters (A. W.) on Mrs. Conwai Hackett, 333
How (Mistress Rachel), 335
Military bank-note, 437

Victorian coin, 16

Watson (Christopher) on Barony of Carnousie, 421
Epitaph at Kingston-on-Thames, 502
Watson (J.) on nightcaps, 482

Watts (A.) on authors of quotations wanted, 497
Collins (Mortimer), 298

Longfellow's Psalm of Life,' 272
Petersburg or St. Petersburg, 458
Watts family of Sussex, 149, 232, 313

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