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Fitz-Gerald (S. J. A.) on Lord Tennyson on tobacco, G. (W.) on Barton family, 228
72

G. (W. J.) on Dorset marriage licences, 7
“To take one's cue," 254

Gabriel (Archangel) and the drama, 268, 374
Fitzpatrick (W. J.) on Junius's Letters, 49

Gaelic words, 47, 113, 277
Waterloo, story about, 493

Gaidoz (H.) on totems in British army, 407
Flag, black, at executions, 468

Gainsford (W. D.) on tithe barns, 434
Fleet Street: “Let us take a walk down Fleet Gairdner (J.) on " Member of Parliament," 88
Street," 488

Galt-Gamble (T. E.) on missing portraits, 478
Fleming (J. B.) on rhyme on Calvinism, 428 Gantillon (P. J. F.) on doctor by royal mandate, 217
Cattle-creep, its meaning, 151

Lely family, 317
“ Cousin Betty," 338

Garden of the Hesperides, 345
Fletcher (C. R. L.) on penal laws, 437

Garden of the Soul,' the title, 489
Flower-de-luce, its meaning, 93, 155, 372

Garnett (F. B.) on John James Halls, 209
Flowers on graves, origin of the custom, 165, 314 Garnett (Rev. John), his biography, 24
Fod, misprint for “Flod," 266

Gasc (F. E. A.) on "Preventative" for Preventive,"
Folkard (H. T.) on ghost miners, 259

227
Mayor of Wigan,' 134

Primrose, cowslip, and oxlip in French, 291

Gauran or Govern septs, the three, 282, 382
Folk-lore >

“Gee! Wo!” derivation, 55
Burns and scalds, cure for, 144

Gelert in India, 25, 153
Drowned body located, 466

Gem folk-lore, 229, 313
Gems, 229, 313

Gemmace, its meaning, 37
Herring fishing, 245

Genoa, Hôtel de Gênes at, 408
Prayers, mistake in reading, 209, 272

Gent (Thomas), printer, his biography, 145, 213
Sieve and thief, 134, 354

George III., his portraits, 268
Yellow-Knife Indian, 303

George (E. W.) on Thomas Milton, 69
Folk-tale of roast pigs, 308, 337, 433

Gerish (W. B.) on book margins, 56
Fonts, octagonal, their introduction, 227, 351, 455

Chalks : long chalks, 33
Forbes (J. M.) on French prisoners of war, 156

Copies, large and small paper, 128
Ford, in place-names, 410, 485

Epiphany offerings, 495
Forth, in place-names, 410, 485

Eucharist buried with people, 278
Foudroyant, Nelson's ship, 487

Folk-lore, 466
Fowler (J. A.) on divining rod, 107

“Gee! Wo!" 55
Foxhunter, centenarian, 66

Latreille (P. A.), 216
France, capital punishment in, 148

Miserere carvings, 14
Francis (Sir Philip) and the Letters of Junius, 49, 111, St. Citha, her history, 74
189, 331

Germ theory of disease, 225
Franks (Mrs. Ann), her parents, 230

German 'Notes and Queries,' 407
Fraser (J.) on St. Winifred's Needle, 336

Gestrum, its meaning, 247
Fray-bug, use of the word, 383, 493

Ghost miners, 205, 258, 317
Frazer (W.) on old mulberry tree, 77

Gibbs (H. H.) on “Eating poor Jack," 131, 353
French idioms and proverbs, 288

Tram, its derivation, 374
French prisoners of war in Scotland, 72, 156

Gigadibs on "Republic of letters,” 393
Fulham, “Little Sussex at, 447 ; Grove House, Gildersome - Dickinson (C. E.) on Dictionary of
449 ; Sussex House, 468

National Biography,' 184
Funerals by women, 185, 257, 454

Felons, their goods, 144
Furye family, 68, 118, 431

Oxted Church, inscription at, 498
Fynmore (R. J.) on Oxford poets, 98

Signatures, episcopal, 449
Wycombe, High, election of mayor at, 25

Token, arms on, 69

Gillray (James), 'Caricatures' published in parts, 187
G

Girton court rolls, co. Cambridge, 128
G. on medallion portraits, 368

Gladstone (Right Hon. W. E.), bibliography, 1, 41,
G. (C. H. I.) on Martin Lister, 417

135, 214, 329, 452
Oates (Titus), 353

Glasgow University mace and staff, 222, 278, 330
Rush (Capt.), 418

Glastonbury thorn. See Thorn.
G. (C. H. J.) on Mrs. Ann Franks, 230

Glendoveer, in 'Rejected Addresses,' 345
G. (D. F.) on Gladstone bibliography, 135

Gloves, old, prices paid for, 324, 436
G. E. L.) on Altar=Communion table, 254

Gloves and kisses, 18, 71
Silver in bells, 175

God save the Queen,' special usage, 107, 357
G. (F. W.) on Green family, 414

Goddard (John), of Brodforth, Wimborne Minster, 268
G. (G, L.) on Cudham Church, 212

Goddard (W. C.) on Peninsular medal, 153
Oxted Church, brass in, 387

Godolphin (Mrs. M.), her burial, 57
Piromides, The,' 285

Goethe (J. W. von), and Smollett, 55; translation of
G. (H. S.) on Kennedy baronetcy, 454

Faust,' 187, 356
Tippins family, 376

Golden Rose, its history, 343, 476

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Golding (C.) on Sackville Bale, 32

H. (S.) on 'Imitatio Christi,' 9
Coliar-holders : Woodich-silver-holders, 256 H. (S. G.) on “Salzbery” and “Sombreset,” 197
· Saller mony,” 498

H. (T.) on General Claye, 307
Goldsmith (Oliver), and Gwinett, 56, 116, 192, 434; H. (W. S. B.) on Church Patronage Trust, 428
and Newbery, 221

Mass, pre-Reformation, 447
Goodeping, non-lexical word, 88

Hablot surname, 348
Goodenough family, 368

Haggard (J.) on William Pitt, 108
Gordon (J. F. S.) on an old bell, 467

Haines (C. R.) on “ Babies in the eyes," 413
Glasgow University mace and staff, 222, 330 Hall (A.) on abbey churches, 451
Gosselin (H. R. H.) on editors, 186

Annesley family, 305
Every mickle makes a muckle,” 348

Arm-gaunt,” 372
Gosson (Stephen), his biography, 346

Charles II. and the Royal Society, 235
Gostling family, 208, 379

City Companies, 13, 17
Gould (A. W.) on Kilburn wells, 435

Consanguineus Regis,” 53
Gould (I. C.) on Carter's . True Relation,' 229

Croly (Rev. George), 216
Gloves, old, 436

Dering family, 114
Scarcity, root of, 318

Downing (Sir George), 39
Sedgwick (Daniel), 18

Fire of London, 126
Tumbler=drinking glans, 233

Fitz Alan (Alice), 74
Gould (Samuel), bookseller, 188

Hall (John), of Basingstoke, 91
Govern or Gauran septs, the three, 282, 382

Heraldic query, 87
Gower (G. L.) on Lord Grenville's 'Nugæ Metricæ,' Heralds' visitations, 215
241, 323

Influenza, its derivation, 335
Grammar, imported, 186

Jennens case, 24
Grammar, Post Office, 248, 378

Junius's Letters, 51, 112
Grammar schools of Edward VI., 66

Luce, its meaning, 155
Grantham, St. Wolfran's Church at, 446

Manila, its etymology, 15
Grass-widow, French equivalent, 426

Property, valuations of, 324
Graves, flowers on, 165, 314

Queen's Players, 378
Gray (G. J.) on Sir Richard Benet, 187

Saas, place-name, 48
Sturton (Charles, Lord), 188

Shakspeare (W.) and Green, 331
Tennysoniana,' 206, 426

Strachey family, 134, 256
Gray (J. M.) on J. and W. Tassie, 288

Turner surname, 218
Gray (Thomas), his • Bard,' 15, 75; parody of his Wroth money, 457

Elegy,' 44; and Waller, 146; ode written in Yearn, its meaning, 496
album of the Grande Chartreuse, 247

Hall (J.) on abbey churches, 188
Greek Anthology, poems in, 32

Belfry custom, 462
Green family, temp. Richard II., 267, 413

Hall (John), of Basingstoke, 91
Green (Thomas) and Shakspeare, 227, 331

Hallam (Arthur), poem by, 57
Greensted (H.) on heraldic query, 88

Hallen (A. W. C.) on Blow family, 57
Grenville (Lord), his ‘Nugæ Metricæ,' 1824, 241, 321 Fermor (Arabella), 271
Griffinhoofe (H. G.) on Adams family of Essex, 373 “Man convinced against his will,” 273
Chelsea coffee-house, 235

Sugar-plums, 489
St. Govor's Well, 330

Wydville (Queen Elizabeth), 413
Siddons (Mrs. Sarab), 396

Halliwell's ' Dictionary, additions to, 45
Smollett (T.), his · Roderick Random,' 12 Halls (John James), of Colchester, portrait painter,
Griffith (H. T.) on heraldic queries, 98

209, 278
Grote (George), his ‘History of Greece,' 13

Hamilton family, 267
Gutta-percha, its duration, 468

Hamilton (J. L.) on “ Looking into the black sand,"
Guy Fawkes, Guy!” 24

449
Gwinett (Ambrose) and Goldsmith, 56, 116, 192, 434 Hamilton (W.) on five astounding events, 85

Heraldic query, 455
H

• New Timon,' 415
H. on Archer family, 491

Parodies, foreign, 213
Bray, Vicar of, 206

Poets Laureate, 89
Mainwaring (Sir H.), his ' Discourse of Pirates,' 8 Handie family, 349
Standish family, 458

Handy (A. M.) on Handie family, 349
Sword-blades, hollow, 334

M.A., "commenced,” 253
H. (A.) on Lindsay and Crawford, 388

Hankin (C. W.) on Sir Thomas Pate Hankin, 369
Mummy seeds, 246

Hankin (Sir Thomas Pate), his biography, 369, 475
Wedding and marriage, 417

Hardinge (H. A.) on the Centurion, 144
H. (F. A.) on parish eke-names, 132

Hardy (H.) on leather money, 97
H. (J. G. G.) on Sir George Chudleigh, 308

Poor-box inscriptions, 414
H. (L.) on Poets Laureate, 357

Hardy (W. J.) on Jagger-Page family, 267
H. (R. H. E.) on Lady Masham, 328

Records, public, 341, 387, 421, 461

Hariole, a new verb, 86, 154, 217

Heraldry :
Harris (W. M.) on Plato on revolutions, 232

"England," with label arg., 287
Harrison (D.) on Daniel Defoe, 37

Gu., chev. between three crosses or, 129
“New London Tavern,” 93

Gu., chev. between three pears or, 7, 98
Philanthropist, past, 85

Gu., fess arg. engrailed between three estoiles, 28,
• Harrowing of Hell,' its pictorial treatment, 215

57, 91
Hart (H. C.) on at"
” following “smell,” 12

Gu., on chevron or three torteaux, 448
Its and it, 253

Gu., three crescents erm., 287
Rubber at whist, 173

Gu., three escutcheons arg., 287
St. Winifred's Needle, 336

Gu., three harts trippant or, 7, 98
“Spirited away,” 156

Novel notions about, 366, 437, 495
Tumbler=drinking glass, 233

Or, on bend az. three fleurs-de-lys, 129
“What cheer ?" 175

Or, saltire engrailed sa., 287
Wiggin, its meaning, 153

Parted per saltire, or and az., two cinquefoils, 129
Harte (Rev. Walter), his death, 84

Sa., eagle displayed arg., &c.,

129
Hartland (E. S.) on fairy vase, 176

Three greyhounds courant arg., 247, 455, 492
Hartshorne (A.) on cause of death, 154

Yeomen, 48
Doctor by royal mandate, 145

Heraldry, article on, 127, 198
Hartstonge (Sir Standish), his marriage, 116

Heralds' visitations, 1560–1620, 215
Harvey family of Middlesex, 250

Hereford Cathedral, its tower, 208, 336
Harvey (Dr. William), his reinterment, 150

Hermentrude on “ Arms of Lionel," 468
Haslewood (F.) on Joseph Dicken, “short cutler," 247 Auguillon (Robert), 372
Hastler land, 466

Crossing the Bar,' 357
Hats worn in the House of Commons, 87

Epiphany offerings, 435
Hawtrey (Rev. John), his biography, 24

Fitz Alan (Alice), 378
Haydn's Dictionary of Dates' and astronomy, 27 Green family, 413
Haymarket Theatre, past and present, 6

Henchman, its etymology, 390, 478
Hearth hen, its meaning, 109, 178

John of Gaunt, 292, 431
Hearts, historic, 83, 138, 193, 276

Lady of the Bedchamber, 355, 473
Heathcote (A. W.) on plainness versus beauty, 72 “Man convinced against his will," 273
Heligoland beans, 14

Newton (John), 313
Hell Fire Clubs, 334

Oboe, its etymology, 232
Hellbrand, for Hildebrand, 286

Pie : Tart, 116
Hemans (Felicia), Latin translation, 48, 138

St. Thomas of Watering, 249
Hems (H.) on abbey churches, 257

“Salzbery” and “Sombreset,” 272
Bells in 1602, 145

Slopseller, its meaning, 491
Whitechapel bell foundry, 78

Sperate, its meaning, 233
Henchman, its etymology, 194, 389, 478

Sugar-plums, 489
Henderson (W. A.) on "Boxing Harry,” 237

Trout, its plural, 474
Crossing the Bar,' 416

Victoria (Queen), 308
Duel between Buckingham and Shrewsbury, 491 Wills enrolled in Court of Husting, 277
Member of Parliament, 174

Hernshaw, or heron shaw, 224
Shakspeare (W.), and Molière, 9, 70, 416; and Herondas on monastic rules, 387
Green, 227

Herring pie sent to the king, 486
Shakspeariana, 285

Herse cloths or palls, pre-Reformation, 108
Stonehenge, French, 93

Hervie (Robert), portrait painter, 188.
Tennyson (Lord), 8, 162, 215

Heuscarologus Anglicanus on Christ-cross alphabet,
Theatrical managers, motto for, 315

428
Threep, the verb, 53

Hey (Richard), doctor by royal mandate, 145, 217
Hendriks (F.) on 'John Gilpin,' 363

Hibgame (F. T.) on baptisms by laymen, 448
Portraits as book-plates, 81, 210

Hickey (E. H.) on George Eliot, 307, 476
Henry (William), his “Upper Lough Erne in 1739,' 320 Wedding knife, 449

" What cheer?” 94
Heraldry :-

Hicks (J. P.) on 'Alleged Decline of Science,' 206
Arg., chev. between torteaux az., 7, 98

'Shepherd's Festival,' 167
Arg., lion rampant chequy or and az., 287

Turner surname, 67
Arg., six cross crosslets fitchée sa., 287

Highdown Hill, Sussex, miller's tomb on, 225
Arg., three archers' bows gu., 129

Highland Light Infantry Regiment, 367, 498
Arg., three chevrons engrailed sa., 227, 417 Highness, Serene and Royal, 409, 478
Burton arms quartering Hyde, 108

Hilcock or Hilcox family name, 349
Castle, heraldic, 347, 474

Hill (A. F.) on Joseph Hill, 467
Chevron, bearing roundel, between roundels, 388 Hill (Abigail), her father, 328
Chevron between three martlets, &c., 69

Hill (Joseph), apprenticed 1740-50, 467
Chevron between three thistle heads, 88

Hinde (Joseph), his commonplace book, 268
Dexter, three leopards' (?) faces, 87

Hindley (Charles), his death, 420

Supplement to the Noter

, with No. 82, July

Hippodrome in London, 47, 133

Hooper (J.) on purl, punch, and toddy, 166
Hipwell (D.) on Rev. Henry Adams, 478

Rodger's-blast or rodges-blast, 106
Barnard family, 411

St. Citha, 12
Basire (Jacques), engraver, 14

Scarcity, root of, 268
Burton (John), 225

Shakspeare (W.) and Molière, 171
Chantrey (Sir F. L.), 446

“Sing old Rose,” 173
Corry (Sir Trevor), 334

Hoppus (Ě.), his biography, 288, 358
Costard (Rev. George), 186

Horace, translation of Od. iii. 4, 61-4, 48, 98
Cozens (Z.), 94, 454

Horse-chestnut, its botanic name, 385
Davies (Sneyd), D.D., 264

Horses, wild, 172, 214
Denton MSŠ., 126

"Hospitale Conversorum," 209, 316, 374, 493
East India Company, 157, 299

House=living room, 449
Evans (Samuel), 495

Houses, unlucky, 224, 278, 495
Farren (William), 307

Howe (E. R. J.) on John Colebrooke, 448
Garnett: Hawtrey, 24

Howlett (Bartholomew), engraver, 388
Gent (Thomas), printer, 145

Hudson (R.) on A.M. and P.M., 35
Godolphin (Mrs. M.), 57

Births, quadruple, 308
Hankin (Sir Thomas Pate), 475

Ey Abbey, 253
Harte (Rev. Walter), 84

F, double, 36
Hone (Nathaniel), R.A., 304

Palmer (John), 215
Jones (Sir Thomas), 426

Hughes (J.) on Evan, Welsh pame, 478
Latin translation, 138

Hughes (John James), of Stretton-on-the-Foss, co.
Lister (Martin), M.D., 286

Warwick, 209
Liston (John), actor, 143

Hughes (T. C.) on Richard Smith, 28
Lock (Daniel), architect, 73

Hull, its guilds, 385
Lovegrove (William), 105

Humour, Jewish, 84 ; "new," 164
Mayor of Wigan, 118

Humphreys (A. L.) on Children of the Chapel,'
Mennes (Sir John), 86

275
Milton (Thomas), 173

Claypoole family, 138
Murray (W. H.), 135

Engleheart (G.), miniatures by, 97
Onslow (Arthur), 258

Macaulay (Lord), 278
Preston Candover register, 67

Mottoes, books of, 35
Raimbach (Abraham), 126, 294, 391

Palmer (John), 216
Rossi (Charles), R.A., 346

Price (Ben), 35
Sterne (Laurence), 165

Slaughter family, 75
Steward (Charles), 396

Stewart's Rooms, 75
Wallinger (Rev. J. A.), 235

Humphries (H.) on Hereford

Cathedral, 208
Zouch (Thomas), divine, 125, 334

Hunt (Holman), his 'Scape Goat,' 468
Historical MSS. Commission and the House of Lords Hunter family, 229, 391
Papers, 106

Hunting, early hours for, 115
History, its decay, 124, 237

Hurst (X.) on Shakspeare in Oxford, 73
Hobby-horse, his history, 208

Huskisson (F.) on John Hughes, 209
Hodgkin (J. E.) on engines with paddles, 1699, 438 Hyde Park on Easter Sunday, 1824, 325, 392
Pretender, Old, 267

Hydes (H. B.) on engines with paddles, 1699, 388
Wheel, breaking on, 99
Holgate (C. W.) on Arthur Onslow, 318

I
Salisbury recorder in 1642, 312

I. (D. C.) on · Recollections of Rugby,' 138
Hollow Sword-blade Company, 8, 334

I. (H.) on bridge and culvert, 248
Holy Trinity, Minories, relics in, 499

I. (T. L.) on Sophy Daws, 30
Hone (N.) on descendants of Thomas à Becket, 215 Ilissus and the Cephisus, 303, 396, 477
“ Hospitale Conversorum," 493

Ind (F. J. N.) on fire by rubbing sticks, 75
Jacobite literature, 328

Ware, its bell chimes, 69
Hone (Nathaniel), R.A., painter, 304

Indian folk-lore, 303
Hoodlumism, its meaning and derivation, 449 Influenza, its derivation, 186, 334
Hooper (J.) on "Boxing Harry,” 128

Ingleby (H.) on crow and rook, 457
Brouette, its meaning, 71

Italian idiom, 171, 414
“Cousin Betty," 228

Junius's Letters, 51, 111, 331
“Cynegan's Feast," 248

Zolaesque, new word, 115
Derivation, mistaken, 91

Ingulph, bis Croyland Chronicle,' 15, 91
Eke-names, parish, 46, 252

Inkhornize, use of the word, 486
Guy Fawkes, Guy!” 24

Innsbruck, monument in the Hofkirche, 471
May-Day custom, 476

Inscription in old book, 385
Memory, lost or suspended, 389

Inscriptions on poor-boxes, 228, 414
Milton (Thomas), 173

Irish currency and English, 110, 195
Paganini (N.), his physic, 28

Irish plantation acre, 110, 195

Supplement to the Notes

, with No. 82, July 22, 1893.

Irving (Washington), original Bracebridge Hall, 273, Johnstone (James), Secretary of Scotland, 152
412

Joicey (G.) on Shakspeariana, 102, 284
Isham (George), of London, citizen and ironmonger, Jonas (A. C.) on Church Minshull records, 123
16, 153, 357

“De mortuis nil nisi bonum," 151
Isleham Church, Cambs, arms in, 388

Wallace (Sir William), 261
Italian idiom, 37, 171, 289, 414

Jones (Sir Thomas), Chief Justice, his baptism, 426
Italian proverb, old, 234

Jonson (Ben), engravings of his masques, 307
Its, history of the word, 147, 253, 274

Jordaens (Jacques), picture by, 427

Joy=glory, 165
J

Joy (F. W.) on Bryan Tunstall, 167
J. on Sir Trevor Corry, 167

Judge and Jury Society, 3
Whately (Archbishop), 6

Judges, their robes, 127, 193, 312, 436
J. (F.) on “Yele," 39

Julian (J.) on Daniel Sedgwick, 18
J. (G.) on blackball, 214

Junius's Letters, their author, 49, 111, 189, 331
Rush, transitive verb, 495

Juvena on Cogers' Hall, 494
J. (J. C.) on Aldgate or Aldersgate, 488
Miniature portrait, 8

K
St. Ffraid, legend of, 33

K. (A. I.) on Kearney family, 188, 319
Wheel, breaking on, 98

K. (F. C.) on Highland Light Infantry Regiment, 498
J. (W.) on Cousin Betty,” 338

K. (L. L.) on Austrian flag at Acre, 497
Jack or Jock and James, 121

Albacini (Carlo), 369
Jackson (F. W.) on Smart's 'Song to David,' 109

Basire family, 326
Jacob (E.) on Gostling family, 208

Bells, silver in, 175, 269
Jacobite on McBarnet and Mackenzie, 48

Bowes (Sir Jerome), 250
Jacobite literature, its bibliography, 328

Bridge and culvert, 376, 418
Jacobite not Williamite, 307

Brouette, its meaning, 71
Jacobsen (E. P.) on Trissino type, 110

Busby, its origin, 31
Varillas, translation of, 468

Chantrey (Sir Francis), 105
Jäger, Der Wilde, 16

Corvinus MSS., 148
Jagg, provincialism, 95, 214

Cutts (John), 29
Jagger-Page family, 267

Draughts, the game, 186
James and Jock or Jack, 121

“Festum Patefactionis,”' 15
James II., his coachman, 246

Hariole, new verb, 217
James (F.) on Chandler families, 217

Hearts, historic, 193
Janssen (Cornelius), 269

Heraldry, 198, 495
James (F. V.) on historic hearts, 138

Hull guilds, 385
Janssen (Cornelius), portrait painter, 269

Innsbruck Hofkirche, 471
Jarndyce. See Jennens case.

Jeffreys (Judge), his house in Duke Street, 161,
Jarrett (F.) on metre of. In Memoriam,' 288, 430

201, 243, 263
Jaydee on " Fimble," 427

Jesuit playwright, 15
Rush as a transitive verb, 368

Lewis (Charles George), 325
Sandwich Islands, King and Queen of, 238

Lilly (Christian), 166
Sugar-plums, 489

St. Grasinus, 199
Trumbull (John), 154

St. Jeron, 295
Jeffreys (George, Lord), at Cambridge, 17; his house St. Michael's Feast, 317
in Duke Street, 161, 201, 243, 263

“Salzbery” and “ Sombreset" in 1502, 101, 370
Jennens case, 24, 97

Ships, marks and letters on, 14
Jenner (Dr. Edward), letter relating to, 263

Telephonic message, 77
Jennings family of Courteenhall and Hartwell, 34 Turnbrigg in Yorkshire, 301
Jerrold (Douglas), his letters, 87

Varnish, how to remove, 477
Jerrold (W.) on Douglas Jerrold's letters, 87

Kantianus on Green family, 267
Jessopp (M. A. M.) on Tennyson's Cambridge con- Kantius on Sir Cornelius Vermuyden, 429
temporaries, 272

Kearney family, 188, 292, 319
Jesuit playwright, 15, 71

Keble (John), facsimile MS. of “The Christian Year,'
Jewish humour, 84

109, 138, 195
Jewish sects, 18

Keldeleth (Robert de), his name, 88
Jingo, origin of the word, 228, 334

Kempenfeldt (Admiral), his family, 166
Joan of Arc, references to, 388, 432

Kempis (Thomas à), Imitatio Christi' printed in
Jock or Jack and James, 121

Belfast, 9, 92
John of Gaunt, his pedigree, 109, 231, 292, 431 Kennedy baronetcy, 347, 454
Johnny, its figurative meaning, 25

Kensington Gardens, St. Govor's Well, 288, 330
Jordson (Dr. Samuel), false quotation by, 255 ; “Let Kent (William), theatrical engraving by, 207
us take a walk down Fleet Street,” 488

Kentish Rector on Z. Cozens, 196
Johnston (R. M.) on Shakspeariana, 284

Kentish Town, old Assembly Rooms at, 84
Johnstone family of Warriston, 152

Kilburn well, its locality, 167, 435, 476

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