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Axon (W. E. A.) on Gipsies in England in the
Adventures in the Moon,' 128, 254

thirteenth century, 186
• Expostulation' (1645), 127, 235, 293

Khayyam (Omar), ő
· Fisherman of Lake Semapee,' 415

Lafontaine, his • Oies de Frere Phillippe,' 512
Home Life of English Ladies in the Seventeenth Lando, monograph on, 385
Century,' 7

Regimental mottoes of the British army, 389
'New Critical Review of Public Buildings, &c., Regimental nicknames of the British army, 161,
in London,' 114, 190

224, 263
“ Another......to,” use of the expression, 124, 256

Smith (J. F.), his biography, 459
Anti-Jewish survival in Barcelona, 315

Whately and J. B. Pérès, 441
Any, use of the word, 333

Ayeahr on Sir H. Carey's biography, 234
Appearance=electoral nomination, 11

“Devil walking through Athlone,” 464
Apperson (G. L.) on bed-waggons, 462

Pennyworth: A good pennyworth, 73
Pavement, iron, in London, 52

Tobacco, 486
Pigeon cure, the, 343

Tom-all-Alone's, 246
Waterproof clothing, 294

Azazel, interpretation of, 511
April Fools' Day, 247

B. on ladies and Leap Year, 478
Archidiaconal visitations in the sixteenth century, 496 B. (B.) on coins in foundation stones, 197
Argh as termination of place-names in Lancashire and Up, use of the word, 325
Westmorland, 48, 97, 212, 346

B. (C. Ö.) on “As busy as Throp's wife," 526
Argine on Diary of Lady Frances Pennoyer,' 494

Book of Praise,' 28
French stanza, 407

Browning (Robert), passage in ‘Luria,' 55
Poe (E. A.), his . Hop-Frog,' 235

Byroniana, 460
Renfred as a Christian name, 375

Childerpox, 235, 424
Armiger on the oldest mayoress, 247

Crabs' eyes as medicine, 486
Armstrong (R. B.) on wire-strung Irish harp, 269

Editors, the evolution of, 166, 425
Armstrong (T. P.) on derivation of Chaussey, 442

Erlik Khan, 486
French society in the last century, 233

February fill-dyke, 277
Life in South American republics, 481

Field-names, 396
Miquelon, 421

Frail, its meaning, 51
Nefs, model ships, 36

Ghosts and suicides, 288
Plocks, the, its meaning, 382

“Green-eyed monster,” 295
Poet's immortality predicted by himself, 481

Indicible, use of the word, 477
Statue in Bergen, Norway, 57"

Jullaber, Kentish hill, 403
Thé Beurré, 9, 290

Ladies and Leap Year, 479
Town gates outside London, 363

“Les Grâces,” game, 459
Virtues and vices, 444

Marriage gift, 112
Army, Field-Marshals during second half of eighteenth Melek Taus, 482

century, $4, 90; rank of colonels and lieutenant Men wearing earrings, 191
colonels, 47, 190. See also Regimental.

Pigeon cure, 343
Arnott (S.) on choys, its meaning, 356

Rogers’s ‘Ginevra,' 92, 154
Corney House, Chiswick, 137

Runagate, its etymology, 513
Artists' mistakes, 32, 317, 400

St. Thomas's day custom, 497
Ashcroft (H. J.) on life in South America, 396

Slim, its use and meaning, 236
Aske (Samuel), his ancestry, 269

Sock = to thrash, 97
Assembly rules, account of, by Charles Dickens, 415 “Soft as a toad," 54
Astarte on Elizabeth Alkin's biography, 355

Tennyson query, 502
Embroidery, antique escutcheon, 245

Traeth Mawr, reclamation of, 324
Whiskers, 197

Up, use of the word, 195
Yorkshire dialect, 33

Vine=a flexible shoot, 194
Astrolabe clock, 148

Whiskers, 197
Atkins (A. G.) on Willis and Puckridge families, 49 Witchelt=wet-shod, 58
“ Attorney, Mr.," earliest use of the term as signifying Word corruption, 217
Attorney-General, 474

Wound for winded, 4, 177, 505
Attwell (H.) on hot-cross buns, 334

B. (D. L.) on Richard Whitcombe, 314
Aubrey (J.), his · Brief Lives,' 45

B. (E.) on “I'll hang my harp on a willow tree," 375
Austin (Alfred), Poet Laureate, his .To Arms!'6, 277 | B. (E. B.) on coloured cow of Hamburg, 466
Austwick, Yorkshire, people called Hoastik carles, 16,72 B. (F.) on roods and rood-lofts, 477
Avis, the Order of, 457

B. (G.) on several, uses of the word, 504
Axon (W. E. A.) on Charlotte Brontë, 449

B. (G. F. R.) on biography of F. E. Accum, 267
Caxton, his good priest, 310

Ackland or Acland (Charles), 228
Charlotte (Queen) as an author, 373

Adderley (George and Richard), 228
Cowper, his letters, 478

Box (John Wilkins), his biography, 476
Discoverer of photography, 464

Buller (Edward and Henry), their biographies, 203
Forshaw (Rev. Charles), 421

Burdett (R.), his biography, 267
George II., a son of, 106

Byng (E. J. S.), his biography, 208

B. (G. F. R.) on Campbell (Colin), his biography, 476 B. (W. C.) on April Fools' Day, 247
Clutterbuck (Charles), his biography, 415

“Bernardus non vidit omnia,” 441
De Cardonnel (G. R.), his biography, 247

Butt, counterfoil of a cheque, 443
Delaval (George), his biography, 188

Contributors to vol. i. 'N. & Q.,' 89
Feary (), 435

Crew (Sir Clipsby), 286
Fonblanque (J. A.), his biography, 247

Dickens (Charles), his critics' errors, 45
Hemington (Nicholas), his biography, 47

• Dictionary of National Biography,' 143, 472
Hemingway (Samuel), bis biography, 415

Elizabethan terms, 366
Hogarth, bis Sigismunda,' 74

Farntosh, its meaning, 385
Holmes (Walter), his biography, 27

Form of intercession : War in South Africa, 184
Leyborne (Shippen), his biography, 435

Goat in folk-lore, 360
Low (Thomas, Leonard, and Sampson), 289

Gray (Thomas) and Horace Walpole, 51
Mercer (Francis), his biography, 47

Green fairies : Woolpit green children, 155
Monger (John), his biography, 67

“ Hognayle” money, 459
Powell (Thomas), his biography, 67

Kidcoat : Kitcote=a prison, 499
Travers (Peter), his biography, 27

Letter-writing, 166
Uvedale (Dr. Robert), his biography, 275

Mazes cut in turf, 504
B. (H. J.) on contributors to vol. i. 'Ñ. & Q.,' 90

Men wearing earrings, 191
Corporation, oldest trading, 345

Parish boundaries, 268
Genius aud large families, 480

Pillillew, use of word, 485
Jesso, meaning and origin of the word, 88

Priest : To priest, 10, 191
B. (H. T.) on Widow Blackacre, 228

Wooden boree, military punishment, 253
Boothby (“ Prince "), 127

B. (W. E.) on chronology, old and new style, 288, 401
Card-matches, 88

B. (W. G.) on Adelbright, Rex Norfolciæ, 89
China, price paid for, 249

Babies' nails, cutting, 375, 500
Crown Office, 249

Baddeley (St. C.) on “Blood of Hailes," 351, 431
Declaratory Act, 337

Baer (F. Å.) on valentines, 335
“Esto perpetua," 337

Baily (J.) on gipsies in England, 276
French society in the last century, 67, 501 Baker (S.) on Vice-Admiral, 461
Gerard (Lady), 209

Bellringers' rimes, 93
Gordon (Father), his biography, 28

Baldock (G. Y.) on Mayfair marriages, 65
*Letters on the English Nation,' 186

Norman gizer, 383
Lighthouse sinecure, 289 .

Tavistock Chapel, 452
Lyttelton (George, Lord), his · Dialogues of the Ball (F. E.) on George and Richard Adderley, 323
Dead,' 89

Ball (H. H.) on O'More family, 271
Pope (Alexander), his “ Love-letter*,” 147

iWearin' o' the Green,' 405
Rackstrow's old man, 269

Ball games, Italian, 207
Reynolds's • Infant Academy,' 397

Bally and ballyrag, use and meaning of the words, 48
St. Martin's parish, its extent, 397

Banbury Churchyard, epitaph in, 434
• Sale of Authors,' 376

Banners, silk, preservation of, 131
Sandwich (Lady) and Lord Rochester, 356 Baphomet, treatment of the word in the ‘H.E.D.,'167
Sidney, Young, and Brownlow, 8

Baptism and marriage superstitions, 54
Spanish ambassador, 269

Bar-At-Gin & Co., the name, 249, 297
Titles, empty, 355

Bar Gate of Southampton, arms on, 89, 292
Toinb in Berkeley Church, 375

Barcelona, anti-Jewish survival in, 315
Trollope (Mr.) in Gray's 'Letters,' 228

Barckley, his ‘Felicitie of Man,' 1631, story in, 4
Winstanley's wonders, 128

Barker (W. R.) on pictures made of handwriting, 255
B. (J.) on Plugеnet family, 400

Barns Elms House, advertisement concerning, 312
B. (J. G.) on picture by Cruikshank, 148

Barnyard for farmyard, 343
B. (J. P.) on The Pen,' journal of literature, 49 Baronets, number of, in each reign, 114, 157
B. (Q.) on Flemish weavers, 442

Basque book of Genesis, 396, 442
B. (R.) on “ Dan Chaucer,76

Basque song, the oldest, 470
Curate, a chained, 165

Bath, Order of the, 50
De Benstede or Bensted family, 115

Bathetic, its derivation and use, 26
Fahrenheit thermometer, 289, 463

Batsueins, its etymology, 288, 384
Up, use of the word, 196

Battle sheaves, 230, 296, 382
Volant as a Christian name, 293

Baudelaire, English translations of his poems, 375, 483
Volunteers, English, serving abroad, 164

Baxter (John) on Shakespeariana, 393
Winstanley's wonders, 237

Bayard, Blind, 356, 441, 506
B-r (R.) on old wooden chest, 275

Bayley (A. R.) on Baphomet, its meaning, 167
Hoodock, its meaning, 113

Grimgibber : Grimgribber, 237
Lighthouse, first British, 295

Poe (E. A.), his Hop-Frog,' 165
Middlin', its meaning, 218

Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester, 69
B. (W.) on churches built of unhewn stone, 154

Sidbury, Devon, 47
Infectious disease among cattle, 335

Bayly (W. J.) on biography of Lieut. Van Schaick, 68
B. (W. C.) on alum trade, 295

Bayne (C. S.) on Ruskin on taste, 86

Bayne (C. S.) on Wordsworth's · Excursion,'138

Bibliography :-
Bayne (T.) on “ Another...... to,” 124

St. Jerome, best edition of his works, 148
Browning (Robert), passage in ‘Luria,' 55

Scott (W.), early issues of Waverley novels, 181
Campbell and Keats, 157

Scottish MSS., 8
Cowper centenary, 417

Shelley, 67
Boodock, its etymology, 35

Soldiers, special literature for, 2, 105
Hoon aff=to hold off, 56

Bibliophagus on public libraries, 456
Hurgin, its etymology, 213

Bibury, its derivation, 384, 459
Middlin', its meaning, 218

Biderra, battle of, 55
Newspaper, first halfpenny, 153

Bigot : Bigote, derivation of the dame, 125
Putrem,' Æneid, viii. 596, 383

| Bill of exchange, early, 111
Rollick, its use as a substantive, 415

Billington (Mrs.) as St. Cecilia, Reynolds's picture, 335
Scott (Sir Walter), stanza from his poems, 51 Bindings, Grolier, 18
Slim, use of the word, 146

Bing, his servant put to the rack in 1621-2, 48
Sous, Anglicized word, 437

Bird-eyed, meaning of the word, 168, 235, 293, 424
Sowens, as an article of food, 413

Birds' nesting places and gallows, 172
* Three Wise Men of Gotham,' 465

Blackacre, Widow, in Wycherley's Plain Dealer,' 228
Wound for winded, 95, 277

Blackburn, some recollections of bygone, 85
“Be the day weary," &c., authorship of, 249, 407 Black wood (A.) on Glengarry, use of word, 372
Beak=a magistrate, 80

Blake, his iron railway, 268, 443
Beazley (F. Č.) on Beezeley, its whereabouts, 88 Blenkard, Rhenish wine, 402
Bedericksworth on astrolabe clock, 148

Blessing of the throats at St. Etheldreda's Church,
Bedingfield family, 68

Ely Place, 169, 273
Bed-waggons, descriptions of, 356, 461

Blight, use of the word, 408
Beezeley, its whereabouts and etymology, 88, 502 Blizzard, correct use of the word, 185
Bell (C. C.) on Collishaw, its meaning, 421

“Blood of Hailes,” famous relic, its origin, 351, 431
Bell (C. W.) on office of Vice-Admiral, 149, 325 Bloody Monday, allusion to in letter of 1682, 377
“ Belle Sauvage," form of the inn sign in 1721, 245, Blount (Margaret), American authoress, 16
426

Boadicea repulsed at Verulam, 14
Bellringers' rimes, 93

Board of Green Cloth, clerks of, 51
Pen Hur on Griffits, origin of name, 316

Boer, use of the word in Scotland, 3, 57, 136, 191
St. Jerome, his works, 148

Boers and the Bible, 66, 198
Benedek (Field-Marshal), extracts from his will, 434 Bohemian language, 489
Bensly (E.) on Dickens and Sterne, 185

Bohun family, Earls of Hereford, 269, 400
Benson (Archbp.), Latin verses on monkey story, 208 Book of Common Prayer, tables for finding Easter, 281
Bergen, Norway, statue of W. F. K. Cbristie, 57 Book of Praise' compared with The Golden
Berkeley Church, tomb of Thomas, Lord Berkeley, Treasury,' 28, 75
and Catherine his wife in, 375, 483

| Book sales, catalogue of English, 429, 490
“ Bernardus non vidit omnia”: “Blind Bayard,” Book binding, 209
356, 441, 506

Books and bookmen, their future, 35, 216, 295
Betts (Job), watcbmaker, ob. 1680-1, 394
Beveridge (H.) on Persian translation of Gospels, 437

Books recently published :-
Biarritz, monastery at, 495

Acts of the Privy Council of England, vol. xix.,
Bible, originally written in Dutch, 66, 198; mouse, A.D. 1590, edited by John Roche Dasent, 159

Isaiab, Ixvi. 17, 165, 446, 487; first printed Dutch, Antiquary, vol. xxxv., 199
267; Basque version of Genesis, 396, 442; Persian Antonine Wall Report, 159
translation of the Gospels, 437

Arbuthnot's (F. F.) Mysteries of Chronology,
Biblical quotations, collection of, 426, 484

with Proposal for a Victorian Era, 179

Arcbko Volume, 199
Bibliography :-

Barnes's (A. S.) St. Peter in Rome and his Tomb
Barckley, 1631, 4

on the Vatican Hill, 178
• Bibliotheca Northantonensis,' 137

Blew's (W. A. C.) Racing, 40
* Book of Praise' and 'Golden Treasury,' 28, 75 Bride's Mirror, or Mir-ātu l'Arús of Maulavi
Book sales, catalogue of English, 429, 490

Nazir Ahmad, edited by G. E. Ward, 39
Brooks (Thomas), 64

Brown's (R., jun.) Researches into the Origin of
Byroniana, 43, 205, 262, 460

the Primitive Constellations, 467
Chile, 396

Brusbfield's (T. N.) Aids to the Poor, 80
Eighteenth-century History of England,' 127, Budge's (E. A. W.) Egyptian Ideas of the
189

Future Life-Egyptian Magic, 98
English travels in Savoy, 58

Burnet's History of my own Time : Pt. I., Reigo
FitzGerald (Edward), 201, 221, 241

of Charles II., edited by 0. Airy, 298
“ International Library of Famous Literature," Byron (Lord) : Poetry, vols. i.-iii., edited by
24, 215

E. H. Coleridge, 506
Khayyam (Omar), 6

Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, 1731-4.
Macky (Jobn), his Court Characters,' 165

prepared by W. A. Shaw, 199
Molière, first edition of, 266, 421

Campbell's (J.) Balmer ino and its Abbey, 98

Notes and Queries, July 28, 1900.

Books recently published :-

Castiglione's (B.) Book of the Courtier, 347
Chartulary of Cockersand Abbey of the Premon-

stratensian Order, edited by W. Farrer, 347
Clephan's (R. C.) Defensive Armour, 488
Clergy Directory and Parish Guide for 1900, 240
Cobbe's (H.) Luton Church, 239
Collet's (C. D.) Taxes on Knowledge, 79
Cromwell's Souldiers Catechism, edited by Rev.

W. Begley, 427
Davis's (C. Ť.) Dictionary of Wandsworth, 467
Deeds relating to East Lothian, transcribed and

translated by J. G. Wallace-James, 327
Dictionary of National Biography, 39, 299
Digit of the Moon, a Hindoo Love Story, trans.

by F. W. Bain, 158
Dimock's (A.) Cathedral Church of St. Paul, 240
Douglas's (W. S.) Cromwell's Scotch Campaigns,

1650-1, 259
Early Married Life of Maria Josepha (Lady

Stanley), edited by J. H. Adeane, 59
Eley's (C. K.) Carlisle, its Catbedral and See, 259
Elworthy's (F. T.) Horns of Honour, 219
English Catalogue of Books for 1899, 220
Evening with Punch, 448
Fernald's (J.C.) Students'Standard Dictionary, 19
Frazer's (J. G.) Pausanias, and other Greek

Sketches, 527
Gardner's Studies in John the Scot (Erigena), 528
Gower (J.), Complete Works, edited by G. C.

Macaulay, 58
Griffiths's (E. H.) Lyra Fumosa, 467
H. B.'s Lambkin's Remains, 118
Haines's (C. H.) Complete Memoir of Richard

Haines (1633-85), 219
Hampstead Annual, 1899, edited by G. E.

Matheson and S. Ć. Mayle, 100
Hill's (Rev. G.) English Dioceses, 386
Historical Dictionary of the English Language,

78, 299
Hoste's (J. W.) Johnson and his Circle, 507
Hume's (M. A. S.) Modern Spain, 79
Inquisitions and Assessments relating to Feudal

Aids, 1284-1431, vol. i., 407
Jackson's (B. D.) Glossary of Botanic Terms, 507
Jastrow's (M.) Religion of Babylonia and Assyria,

278
Kidson's (F.) British Music Publishers, Printers,

and Engravers, 508
King Alfred's Version of Boethius, done into

Modern English by W. J. Sedgefield, 446
Knowles's (F. L.) Kipling Primer, 160
Leland's (C. G.) Unpublished Legends of Virgil,

40; Useful Arts and Handicrafts, Parts I.-IX.

140
Library (The), ed. by J. Y.W. MacAlister, 19, 260
Marillier's (H. C.) University Magazines and

their Makers, 60
Mason's (J.) Social Chess, 79
Massé's (8. J. L. J.) Abbey Church of Tewkes.

bury; Priory Church of Deerhurst, 447
Memoirs of Monsieur d'Artagnan, trans, by

Ralph Nevill, 258
Milton : Poetical Works, ed. Beeching—from the

Edition of the Rev. H. C. Beeching, 198 ; Six
Anthems, ed. Arkwright, 488

Books recently published :-

Morgan's (W. LI.) Antiquarian Survey of East

Gower, Glamorganshire, 158
Murray-Aynsley's (Mrs.) Symbolism of the East

and West, 139
New English Dictionary. See Historical Dict.
Old Ballad of the Boy and the Mantle, 448
Orsi's (P.) Modern Italy, 1746–1898, 278
Palmer's (A. S.) Jacob at Bethel, 140
Paul's (Sir J. B.) Heraldry in Relation to Scot-

tish History and Art, 487
Perkins's (Rev. T.) Wimborne Minster and

Christchurch Priory, 99
Piper's (E.) Church Towers of Somerset, 117, 447
Pleadings and Depositions in the Duchy Court

of Lancaster, ed. by A. Fishwick, 327
Plumptre's (E. H.) Life of Dante, ed. by A. J.

Butler, 466
Prevost’s (E. W.) Glossary of the Dialect of

Cumberland, 259
Rabelais's Gargantua and Pantagruel, trans, by

Sir T. Urquhart and P. le Motteux, 1653-

1694, Introduction by C. Whibley, 367
Registers of Burnley, 1562–1653, ed. by W.

Farrer, 407
Registers of Bury, 1590-1616, ed. by Rev. W. J.

Löwenberg and Henry Brierley, 407
Registers of Eglingham, in Northumberland,

1662–1812, transcribed by Miss K. A. Martin,

edited by H. M. Wood, 408
Richardson's (R.) Coutts & Co., Bankers, 507
Robinson's (W. C.) Bruges, 448
Rostand's (È.) Cyrano de Bergerac, trans. by G.

Thomas and M. F. Guillemard, 448
St. Pancras Notes and Queries, 427
Sayce's (Rev, A. H.) Babylonians and Assyrians,

238
Seccombe's (D.) Age of Johnson, 79
Shakespeare (W.) Life, by Lee, 18; Shake-

speare-Bacon, 80; Much Ado about Nothing,
ed. by Furness, 138 ; Prosody and Text, ed. by

B. A. P. Van Dam, 527
Shaw's (W. A.) History of the English Church

during the Civil Wars, 326
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, 99
Skeat's (W. W.) Chaucer Canon, 367
Some Principles and Services of the Prayer-Book

Historically Considered, ed. by J. W. Legg, 179
Sources of Archbishop Parker's Collection of

MSS. at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge,

by M. R. James, 328
Spenser Anthology, 1548–1591, ed. by Prof. E.

Arber, 139
Sutcliffe's (H.) By Moor and Fell, 59
Swift's (J.) Prose Works, vol. viii., 99
Taylor's (B.) Storyology, 528
Timmins's (H. T.) Nooks and Corners of Shrop.

sbire, 78
Tomlinson's (M.) Life of Charles Tomlinson, 198
Upper Norwood Athenæum: Record of Winter

Meetings and Summer Excursions, 1898-9, 117
Whitaker's Naval and Military Directory, 80
White's (Mrs. C. A.) Sweet Hampstead, 507
Willcock's (Rev. J.) Shetland Minister in the

Eighteenth Century, 180
Yorkshire Archäological Journal, Part 59, 427

Boothby (" Prince"), his biography, 127, 236

Bryce (Thomas), his riming 'Register,' 357
Borough-English succession, custom of, 376, 501 Bucth, Gaelic name, 316, 402
Bostock (R. C.) on Mayfair marriages, 257

| Bulgaria, its poetry and language, 106
Boswell-Stone (W. G.) on eighteenth-century adver- Buller (Edward and Henry), their biographies, 208
tisement competition, 105

| Bulloch (J. M.) on Jacobite societies, 217
Lisle (Warren), of Upway, Dorset, 188

Marylebone Churchyard, 8
Whiskers, 197

Wisdom family, 230
Boswell's 'Johnson,' abridgment in Russ, 66

Bullock (C. J.) on witchelt=ill shod, 9
Botoner (John), of Coventry, 1381, 269, 402

Bully, football and hockey term, 9
“Bottle," the, St. Paul's Churchyard, print publishing Bummel, derivation and meaning, 436, 524
house, 108

Buns, hot-cross, 334, 421
Boucher (C.) on Flemish weavers, 288

Burdett (Robert), his biography, 267
Boudicca or Boadicea, repulsed at Verulam, 14 Burgh (Hubert de), his arrest, 249
Boughton Green, maze at, 445

Burnet manuscripts, 314
Boundary stones in open fields, 297, 441

Burton, bottled ale of, 67, 174
Bourke, third Viscount, his wife, 236

Busts made by Alcock of Cobridge, 127
• Box and Cox,' farce by J. M. Morton, 353

Butler (J. D.) on barnyard for farmyard, 343
Box (John Wilkins), his biography, 476

Green fairies : Woolpit green children, 422
Boxers, the, Chinese secret society, 512

Butt, the counterfoil of a cheque, 336, 443
Boxing Day, its meaning and origin, 10

Buttons, counting another's, origin of the custom, 496
Box-irons, their early use, 104, 173, 320

Byng of Wrotham, Middlesex, 208, 295
Boytry, use of the word, 26

Byng (Admiral), his portrait, 187
Bozier's Court, Tottenham Court Road, 185

Byre, its meaning, 6, 277, 361
Bradbrook (W.) on installation of a midwife, 475 c. on ‘Dr. Johnson as a Grecian,' 213
Ronjat, the king's serjeant-surgeon, 475

Epitaph in Tenterden Church, 332
Bradley (H.) on Griggs and Gregorians, 127

“I'll hang my harp on a willow tree,” 484
Grimgibber : Grimgribber, 127

Inscriptions in Brightwell Church, 168
Braikenridge, English mathematician, biography, 435 Taltarum surname, 131
Branch=pilot's certificate, 436

C. (A.) on Dunbar=Ogilvy, 69
Braose family, 355, 499

C. (A. B.) on “ As busy as Throp's wife," 414
Bread and Cheese Club, 337

C. (D. F.) on Les Détenus, 97
Breslar (M. L. R.) on amphigouris, 248

‘Eugénie. Empress of the French,' 108
Azazel, its interpretation, 511

Madras, Governor-General of, 107
Cavendish (Henry), chemist, 4

Punch' weekly dinner, 526
Cumberland (Richard), his 'Jew,' 416

C. (E. A.) on Muggletonian writings, 485
Fur dyeing, 336

C. (E. H.) on Vice-Admiral, 384
Genius and large families, 433

C. (F. W.) on coincidence in names, 104
Brewers' “ entire,” 100, 175

C. (G. E.) on Sir Michael Cromie, 136
Bridge, card game, derivation of the word, 12

C. (H.) on Garway family, 169
Brightwell Church, inscriptions in, 168, 275

Savoy, English travellers in, 58
Briscoe (J. P.) on rubbing the eyes with gold, 213 C. (H. C.) on Colly, its meaning, 208
Britain as “Queen of Isles” and “ Empress of the C. (J.) on haft: By the haft, 92
Main," 369

Stone sedilia in mediæval churches, 457
Britain, the Saxon shore of, 433

C. (J. H.) on haft: By the haft, 38
Broke, Adam, bis biography, 355

C. (N.) on Jacobite societies, 169
Brodrick (Admiral), escape from burning ship, 315, 424 C. (R. S.) on “Devil walking through Athlone,” 336
Bromby (E. H.) on Roman numerals, 366

C. (T. W.) on armorial, 355
Brontë' (Charlotte) and Manchester, 449

C. (W. A.) on an end=continually, 65
Brook's Market, its locality, 368

C. (W. W.) on depreciation of coinage, 87.
Brookes (Dr. William) and the Wenlock Olympian Cadwallader (Mrs.), her appearance at Drury Lane in
games, 513

The Author,' 495
Brooks (Thomas), his biography and works, 54 Cake ink, earliest quotation of, 475
“ Brotherhood of Fools,” accounts of the, 95

Caldecott (W. S.) on pastophoria, its meaning, 415
Brothers Mayor and Town Clerk at same time, 8, 176 Calendar, proposed alteration in the Russian, 265
Brown (A, R.) on R. L. Stevenson, 336

California, fruit-growing in, 40
Brown (J. R.) on Corney House, Chiswick, 138 Campbell (Colin), his biography, 476
Danish Church, Wellclose Square, 492

Campbell (G. W.) on Biblical quotations, 484
Browne (G. A.) on old church at Canterbury, 26

Counting another's buttons, 496
Browning (Robert), passage in 'Luria,' 55 ; intended Campbell (T.) and Keats, 86, 157; and Virgil, 164

emendation in his ‘Parleyings with Christopher Camplin family, 396
Smart,' 124 ; and Seneca, 167; first edition of his Candidate for Parliament, a voteless, 413
• Paracelsus,' 188; “Hoti" in, 494

Cansick (F. T.) on sale of church property, 395
Bruce (King Robert), relic of, 85

Canterbury, church older than St. Martin's at, 26, 94,
Brushfield (T. N.) on artists' mistakes, 33

178, 319
Ralegh (Sir W.), engraved portraits of, 68 Canton (W.) on “ Bernardus non vidit omnia," 441
Wooden horse, military punishment, 253

Cape Town in 1844, 526

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