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REPLIES: Snodgrass as a Surname, 10-The Treaty of
Tilsit: Colin A. Mackenzie, 11-Dickens and the Lamp-
lighter's Ladder - "Idle "Mischievous Archbishop
Sands—" Her's," 12-Dunghill Proverb-W. Heath, Artist
"Making buttons"-"Guide," its Derivation, 13-Hove
-Maghull Yates-Hungarian Grammar-"Angel" of an

Inn, 14-"Stymie" at Golf-Finnis Street-Apples: their

Names-Proverb on Beating-Unthank, 15-Clergy in

Wigs-Authors of Quotations Wanted-Victorian Coin

Caricature: 'Once I was Alive'-Murder at Winnats, 16

-Holy Grail-Latin Lines on Sleep-St. Mary's Abbey,

York, 17.

NOTES ON BOOKS:-'The Scots Peerage'-'The Shake-
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Notices to Correspondents.

Dublin Fusiliers.

The Records' of this corps were published
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regards the formation and early history of the
Bombay Regiment.

cor-

*The amount is torn off in the MS., but as Col.
Hungerford received 157. 12s. for 26 days' pay, it
works out at 12s. per diem. This officer probably
acted as lieutenant-colonel of the British garrison.
He was third son of Sir Anthony Hungerford, by a
second wife, and half-brother to Sir Edward Hun-
gerford. Col. John Hungerford commanded the
Royalist garrison at Farleigh Castle when it was
besieged and taken in September, 1645.

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