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Waters, medicinal, their bibliography, 130, 214, 272 William III., Orange toast to, 269
Watkinson (J.) on Moravian Chapel, Fetter Lane, 111 Williams (T. W.) on liggers, c. 1474, 449
Watson (Chris.) on De Lhuys or Norderloose, 89 Williamson (J.) on place in the bouse, 298
Hamlet as a Christian name, 155

Will's Coffee-House, Great Russell Street, 421
Watson (H. C.) on phrenology, 187

Wills of lawyers, flaws in, 16
Watson (Miss) and married woman's settlements, 148 Wilscombe Club, its history, 87, 134
Watt: Boulton & Watt in America, 1786, 326 Wilson (T.) on date of the Crucifixion, 409
Watts (A.) on authors of quotations, 488

Wilson (W. E.) on medicinal waters, 214
Watts (Dr. W.), Dr. Johnson, and Dr. John Swan, 178 Refrains, two popular, 327
Watts-Dunton (T.) on Borrow's Wild Wales,' 145 Winchilsea (Lady), poein •The Progress of Life
“Wax and curnels,” children's complaint, 33

Wine: called Seynt-pro-seynt, 48; canon of, 391
Way (Rev. Benjamin), Nonjuror, 229, 277, 297, 414 Wisdom (E. I.) on authors of quotations, 32
Weare (William), murdered by Thurtell, lines on, 349 Witchcraft in Devonshire, 127
Weathei ly (F. E.), bis “Bid me good-bye,” 410, 513 Witches and Cornish chough, 388
Webb (E. A.) on St. Bartholomew the Great, 427 Wolfe (C.), bis · Burial of Sir John Moore,' 220
Webster (A.) on “ Pale-faced Simeon," 310

Wolfe (General), West's picture of bis death, 17
Weinberg (H. L.) on · The Progress of Madness,' 490 Woman suckling her aged father, 20
Weke-acre, meaning of the word, c. 1337-8, 208 Women at the House of Commons, 1643, 445
Welby (Col. A. C. E.) on bladum: siligo, 5

Wood (W. P.) on Charterhouse Poetry Collect
Hamlet as a Christian name, 418

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Pre-Reformation parsonages, 314

Wood family, 289
Weke-acre, 208

Woodbury Hill Fair, Dorset, 250, 272, 296
Weid (Dore B.) on silk first mentioned in Bible, 297 Wooden cups in East Anglia, 56, 331
Welford (R.) on authors of quotations, 272

Worcestershire: Halesowen in, 31 ; H in, 77
Moravian Chapel, Fetter Lane, 235

Wordsworth (William) and Robert Browning, 466
“ Nitor in adversum,” 474,

Wormley, Herts, and Queen Mary, 114
Old Tarlton's Song,' 235

Wound, its pronunciation, 74, 115
Poll-books, 453, 477

Wren (Sir 7.): his plan for rebuilding London, 14
Wellington (Duke of): on uniforms, 8, 176; interview 193; his globe of the moon, 387, 438
with Nelson, 506

Wright (Robert), his · Life of Wolfe,' 33
Welsh heraldry, 330, 478

Wrigley (G. W.) on John Cotton of Boston, 190
Welsh magazines : 'Yr Ymofynydd,' 465

Wudget, origin of the word, 16
Welsted (Leopard), bis ' Apple Pye,' 1704, 494 Wy in Hampshire and Weyhill Fair, 54, 158, 257
Wemyss (Rev. James), Nonjuror, c. 1689, 277 Wyckham on medieval games of children, 369
Wenceslaus, hero of carol, and St. Vaclav, 33, 175 Wyrley: Great Wyrley, its pronunciation, 247
Wentworth and Vernon, families, 328

X. on “ Mors janua vitæ,” 334
Wesley (John) and Fetter Lane, 502

St. Anthony's bread, 277
West (Benj.), his picture of the death of Wolfe,!17 Yardley (E.) on authors of quotations, 237, 517
West Indian registers, 29, 274, 377

Baxter (Richard) on the Pied Piper, 117
Westerham, Kent, “minstrel and laborer” 485

Echidna, 37
Westminster Sanctuary, its extent, 350

Elder-bush folk-lore, 213, 314
Westminster School, Election Sunday at, 207, 337 George I. : the nightingale and death, 193
Westmorland (Earl of), installation at Oxford, 128

Piscon-led, 78, 253
Weston (Sir Richard), his soap making patent, 509 Servius Sulpicius and Bret Harte, 297, 357
Westralia, use of the term, 327

Shakespeariana, 304, 505
Weyhi!l Fair and Wy in Piers Plowman,' 54, 158, 257 Spenser’s ‘Faerie Queene,' 105
Wheeler (S.) on Landor and Ménage, 451

Yeoman service, 152
Whish (C. W.) on racial problem of Europe, 233 Yeoman service, origin of the term, 89, 150
White (T.) on Albert Moore and the 'D.N.B.,' 152 Yep, origin of the word, 64
Whitehall Banqueting Hall and Charles I., 447 Ygrec on “As deep as Garrick,” 377
Whitehead (B.) on Norman Court, Hampshire, 474 Godolphin (Lord Treasurer), 272
Whitehead family and Norman Court, 345, 415, 474

Taping shoos ": Treleigh Church, 75
Whitwell (R. J.) on drive : ride, 415

Yiddish phrase, “Nit behamey,” 46, 135
Whitwick Church, Leicestershire, mailed effigy in, 250 Yorkshire : china destroyed at coming-of-age celebra
Wieland (C. M.) his · Agathon ’ in English, 368, 457 tion, 185 ; curious relic of wet summer, 248
Wigs, clerical, discontinued, 149, 214

Young (A. B.) on “Maid Marian,' 341
Will of a Lapworth Shakespeare, 468

Peacock (T. L.) and Overland Route, 2, 121
Willcock (J.) on authors of quotations, 269, 475 Zenobia (Queen) and vitremyte, 229
Eighteenth-century querie 436

Zephyr on garden song in Quality Street, 129
Goat's blood and diamonds, 356

Zoffany (J.), his Indian portraits, 14, 110, 174, 358

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