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Proverbs and Phrases :-

Quotations :
Curse of Scotland, 367, 398, 416, 453

So music past is obsolete, 149
De mortuis nil nisi bonum, 28, 151, 231

Straight must a third interpose, 349, 419
Every mickle makes a muckle, 348

The mill will never grind again, 7, 116
Ex Africa semper aliquid novi, 127, 254

There's a voice in every wave, 60
Exceptio probat regulam, 409

Those white souls, 39
Fly on the corporal, 298, 416, 478

Trouble deaf Heaven with your bootless prayer,
French, 265, 288, 475

269, 359
Harry : Boxing Harry, 128, 237, 275

We shall not know the winter, 269
He that runs may read, 92, 218

Winter is nurse to May, 269
Impossible, yet probable, 328

Without a name I am lost to every age, 189
Italian, 234

Woman's faith and woman's trust, 349, 419
Jack: Eating poor Jack, 76, 131, 215, 353
Laborare est orare, 147

R
Lettered ease, 273

R. (E.) on Gaelic words, 113
Louse: As proud as a louse, 388, 418

R. (G. H.) on Archer family, 408
Man convinced against bis will, 168, 272

R. (J. F.) on Pbilazer, 395
Nom de plume, 326

R. (J. L.) on Ambrose Gwinett, 116
Practical politics, 347, 395, 495

R. (J. R.) on Irish queries, 110
Quot linguas calles, tot homines vales, 66

R. (L. C.) on Highland Light Infantry, 367
Republic of letters, 247, 393

R. (N. E.) on Jingo," 334
Sheds : It fair sheds, 15, 192

Sandwich Islands, their King and Queen, 105
Sing old Rose and burn the bellows, 77, 173, R. (R.) on Ale-dagger," 436, 494
256

“As proud as a louse,” 418
Spirited away, 155

Fray-bug, its meaning, 493
Ventre-saint-gris, 354

“Gee! Wo!” 55
While away, 109, 192, 276

Lyly (John), his 'Euphues,' 454
Punch, the beverage, 166

Shakspeare (W.), his commentators, 17
Purl, the beverage, 166

“ Whether or no," 356
Pym (John), alleged portrait, 57

R. (S. W.) on Copplestone family, 47

R. (W.) on William Tell, 432
Q

Radcliffe on Hawisia de Ferrers, 497
Q. on Hannah Lightfoot, 76

Raimbach (Abraham), engraver, 126, 294, 391
Luttrell (Henry), 114

Rait (R. S.) on Grey Friars' Church, Aberdeen,
Queen's Players, before 1576, 208, 378

386
Quinn (J. H.) on Chelsea coffee-house, 235

Ralegh (Sir Walter), unpublished letters, 481

Randall (J.) on Arabella Fermor, 458
Quotations :-

Grote (G.), his 'Greece,' 13
A doleful place would be this earth, 9, 56

Zolaesque, new word, 54, 214
Ah! what would the world be to us, 9, 56 Randolph (E. G. L.) on Great Chesterford Church,
And earth was bitter, and heaven, 149

368
And marked the conquered Patriot's pensive Ratcliffe (T.) on “Long chalks,” 33
brow, 9

Crank, its meaning, 53
Be the day weary, 52

Rayment (H.) on palfrey and post, 357
Cities are like a kind of bird (?), 149

Rayner (R.) on Peninsular medal, 108
Even from that day misfortune dire, 9, 189 Rebellion of '98, localities identified with, 422
Fetch the day about from sup to sun, 307

Records, public, at Record Office, 341, 381, 421,
God is in heaven, and all is well, 269, 359

461
He plies no self-suspecting strife, 69

Red : “ Paint the town red," 126
Her robe, ungirt from clasp to hem, 140

Redford (G.) on · From Oxford to Rome,' 207
I'll call down fairies from the moon, 269

Reeds for writing, 52, 116, 311, 375
Indocti discant, et ament meminisse periti, 189, Regiments, Royal Scots Greys, 36, 115 ; Princess
299

Anne's Horse, 74; 33rd, 267, 377; Highland
It never was within her mind, 240

Light Infantry, 367, 498 ; 40th, 469
L'homme, qui se bat et qui conseille, 259 Register and registrar, 234
No memory is so short as political memory, Registers, their restoration, 67
308

Rents in 1699, 346
Old Martin's work was done, 69

Revolutions, Plato on, 147, 232
Out of the window she leaned and laughed, Riddles, cockney, 185, 295
269

Rigg (J. M.) on Henry Maddock, 227
Resist anything except temptation, 69

Ripon Cathedral, St. Wilfrid's Needle at, 163, 335;
Saxon Edith please me less, 149, 259

old customs at, 447
Si vis me flere, dolendum est, 240

Ripon spurs, paper on, 146, 238
Sing old Rose and burn the bellows, 77, 173, Roberts (A. F.) on 'God save the Queen,' 107
256

Roberts (W.) on title of poem, 288

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Robbins (A. F.) on Bracebridge Hall, 273

S. (J. B.) on James Henthorn Todd, 434
Buckingham Palace, 108

Vase, fairy, 125
Chester called Westchester, 492

Zolaesque, 213
Gladstone bibliography, 329

S. (R.) on Junius's Letters, 51
Kingsley (C.), his last lines, 496

S. (W. S.) on Austin Bernber, 148
Newhaven (Charles Cheyne, Viscount), 453 Saas, place-Dame, 48, 397
Robins (George), auctioneer, 358

“Sacerdotes coronati” in England, 128, 178
Robinson (F. W.) on Nat. Lee's 'Alexander,' St. Andrews on arms of Earl of Lindsay, 327
117

St. Citha, her biography, 12, 73
Robinson (Sir Thomas), Bart., and his sister, 427 St. Clair family of St. Clair Abbey, 109
Rockstaff, its meaning, 260, 394

St. Clement's Day, custom on, 29, 94, 158
Rodger's blast or rodges-blast, its derivation, 106, St. Cuthbert, his seal, 53, 114, 155
373

St. Ffraid, legend of, 33, 96
Rolls at Record Office, 341, 381, 421, 461

St. Govor's Well, Kensington Gardens, 288, 330
Roman bell, 485

St. Grasinus, his identity, 107, 198, 232
Romans in Britain, discoveries of their villas, 234 St. James's Square, its history, 16
Rook, popular use of the word, 367, 396, 457

St. Jeron, his biography, 129, 295
Rosa d'Oro, its history, 343, 476

St. Labre, second edition of his · Life,' 89
Rose, damask, whence imported, 88, 149, 339

St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, 46; its library
Rose : “Sing old Rose,” &c., 77, 173, 256

school, 348
Rose family of Kilravock, 142, 393

St. Mary, Minories, 466, 499
Rossi (Charles), R.A., sculptor, 346

St. Michael's Feast, its date, 209, 273, 317
Rossler (G.) on telephonic message, 394

St. Obert, or Bert, 408
Rousseau (Jean Jacques) and Theodore Parker, St. Swithin on Bachelors' Doors, 296
209

* Birthday of the Year,' 1
Royal marriages, English, 468

Boxing Harry,” 275
Rubber at whist and bowls, 68, 173, 334

Canary bird,” 472
Rudball (Abraham), bell-founder, 134

Cherry stone and belt of chastity, 225
Rumbold family, 488

Crank, its meanings, 197
Runners. See Bow Street runners.

Folk-lore, Yellow-Knife Indian, 303
Rush, as a transitive verb, 368, 495

Folk-tale, 433
Rush (Capt.), bis biography, 348, 418

Ghost miners, 317
Russell (Lady) on third Viscount Bourke, 337

Halliwell's ‘ Dictionary,' additions to, 45
Brouette, its meaning, 71

Hearts, historic, 83
Cene,' book called, 314

* High Wods," 145
Luce, its meaning, 93

Humour,“ new,” 164
Margate, grotto at, 96

Lister (Martin), 391
Palmer (John), 216

“ Man convinced against his will,” 272
Sedan chair, 55

Oast, fish trade term, 173
Sbakspeare (W.) and his commentators, 71

Prone, misused word, 385
Smith (Margaret), 75

St. Wolfran's, Grantham, 446
Swan, silver, 418

Scientific terms, misused, 436
Russian language, Western words in, 305

Tooth-brushes, 117

Tumbler=drinking glass, 233
S

Turner surname, 218
S. (A. M.) on feast of St. Michael, 209

Vase, fairy, 177
S. (B. W.) on “Republic of letters,” 393

" Whether or no," 238
S. (C.) on cause of death, 275

St. Thomas of Waterings, 249, 295, 369
Eke-names, parish, 252

St. Thomas's Day, custom on, 29, 94, 158, 336,
Lee (Nat.), his · Alexander,' 117

417
S. (E. M.) on Sophy Daws, 190

St. Victor, saints of the name, 129, 217, 351
“Nom de plume,” 326

St. Wilfrid's Needle, Ripon, 163, 335
S. (F. G.) on Col. Charters, 34

St. Wolfram's or St. Wolfran's, Grantham, 446
“ Curse of Scotland,” 398

Salisbury, its recorder, 1642, 68, 312
Portraits wanted, 36

Salisbury Missal, translations, 56, 114
Wallis (H.), his . Elaine,' 117

“Saller mony,” its meaning, 408, 498
S. (G. S.) on verses by Whittier, 9.

Salter (S. J. A.) on octagonal fonts, 351
S. (H. H.) on ' De Gestis Tancredi,' 17

Heraldic query, 57
Newspaper, unstamped, 1744, 206

Luce, its meaning, 155
Rents in 1699, 346

Sheriffs, their dress, 188
Translator=cobbler, 25

Saltero (Don), his coffee-house, 128, 235
“Windful," quoted, 86

Salzbery, " Ambassadeur du Roy a'Angleterre," 1502,
S. (J.) on verses ascribed to Lord Sherbrooke, 97 101, 197, 272, 370
S. (J. B.) on siege of Bunratty, 374

Samplers, early, 327, 473
Legge (Tom), 23

Sand : “ Looking into black sand,” 449

Index Supplement to the Xotes nod
Queries, with No. 82,

23, 183

Sand-trays for writing, 188, 233

Shakspeariana :-
Sandwich Islands, their King and Queen in England, Love's Labour's Lost, Act III. sc. 1, “Penne of
in 1824, 105, 177, 238

observation," 284; Act V. sc. 2, “My griefs
Sans Paviours, street name, 148

are double,” 284
Sapphics, Eoglish, by a schoolboy, 289, 358

Midsummer Night's Dream, Act III. sc. 2,
Sayle (C.) on · Recollections of Rugby,' 48

“No, no; heele seem to break loose," 102;
Scaramuccio on engraving by W. Kent, 207

Act V. sc. 1, “Wondrous strange snow,"
Scarcity, root of, 268, 318

102
Scarlett (B. F.) on Robert Auguillon, 327

Richard III., Act V. 8c. 4, “My kingdom for a
Castle, heraldic, 474

horse," 103
Enfield and Edmonton, 458, 492

Romeo and Juliet, Act III. sc. 2, " Runawayes
Heraldic query, 448

eyes,” 285 ; sc. 5, “Hour, tide, time," 103
Vole, its etymology, 274

Sonnet CXXVI., “ Sickle hour," 102, 285
Schartachan, its meaning, 429

Timon of Athens, Act III. sc. 4, “Vllorra,"
Schrumpf (Gustave A.), his death, 80

102
Scientific terms, their misuse, 286, 436

Shanly (W.) on Junius's Letters, 112
Scio, massacre at, 387, 430, 492

Shedbarschemoth, its meaning, 429
Scotch, Lowland, 306

Sheffield, “Sans Paviours" at, 148
Scotch Church of Campvire, Holland, 411

Sheppard (Sir James), Knt., Serjeant-at - Law,
Scotch counties, their origin, 229, 331, 415

208
Scotland, French prisoners of war in, 72, 156

Shepperton, willow on eyot, 285
Scots Greys, Royal, 36, 115

Sherbrooke (Lord), macaronic verses ascribed to,
Scott family of Middlesex, 250

97
:Scott (E.) on Shakspeare in Oxford, 5

Sheriffs, their official dress, 188, 258
Scott (Sir W.), Berkshire villages in Kenilworth,' Sherson (Alexander), his biography, 267

26; Abbotsford described in a line, 68, 151 ; on Sherwood (G. F. T.) on George Isham, 357
Shakspeare and Molière, 158 ; and the 'Good "Shillam eidri,” its meaning, 28
Devil of Woodstock, 168, 256 ; as a “quotable” Ships, marks and letters on, 13
poet, 184 ; Old Mortality' and Paterson's de- Short cutler, its meaning, 247
scendants, 264; deaths of some contemporaries, Shrove Tuesday custom, Bavarian, 368
· 265; Dallom-Lee in ‘Lord of the Isles,' 308; allu- Siddons (Mrs. Sarah), her residence in Paddington,
sions in “ Waverley Novels,” 467

267, 396, 469
Seal, Great, stolen, 267, 415

Sidney (Sir Philip), parallel in Shakspeare, 305
Soals, stories about, 124 ; foreign heraldic, 238; old Siege of Belgrade.' See · Austrian Army.'

Sight, “second,” 307, 412, 496
Sebastian on Alderman Curtis, 296

Sigma on Col. Charters, 192, 492
Sects, Jewish, 18

Jennings family, 34
Sedan chair, why so called, 54, 214, 333

Langford (Sir Henry), 308
Sedgwick (Daniel), hymnologist, 18

St. Clair : Maxwell: Campbell, 109
Sedley (Sir Charles), his death, 388

Steward (Charles), of Bradford-on-Avon, 154,
Séjan, an “unlucky horse,” 449

255
Serocold (R.) on Archer family, 492

Sigma Tau on ‘Dictionary of National Biography,'
Shagreen, its preparation, 164

184
Shakspeare (William), in Oxford, 5, 73 ; and Molière, Signatures, episcopal, 449

9, 70, 158, 169, 318, 416 ; bis commentators, 17, Sikes (J. C.) on “White Christ,” 378
71; his mulberry tree, 76, 257 ; modern French Eke-names, parish, 252
critic on his comedies, 81, 158; Bp. Warburton's Judges, their robes, 194
'Shakespear,' 141, 203, 262 ; “Its” in his plays, Veto, royal, 456
147, 253 ; Sir Walter Scott on, 158; and Green, Silver in bells, 105, 175, 269, 432
227, 331 ; and Sir Philip Sidney, 305, relics, 346, Silver Swan, badge or order, 387, 417, 438
452 ; monument in Westminster Abbey, 364 * Simple Simon,' nursery rhyme, 25

Simpson (W. S.) on Decalogue on mediæval diptychs,

150
:Shakspeariana :-

Lamb (Charles), 76
Antony and Cleopatra, Act I. sc. 5, “Arm. Reeds for writing, 375
gaunt,"' 372

“Sacerdotes coronati,” 178
Coriolanus, Act IV, ec. 7, Evident as a chair," St. Govor's Well, 330
103

Skeat (W. W.) on Chesney family, 214, 336
Henry V., Act IV. Prologue, 284

“Dimanche de Quasimodo," 437
Henry VI., Pt. I., Act II. sc. 2, “No equity Engendrure, use of the word, 451
stirring,” 284

Fod, misprint for “ Flod,” 266
Henry VIII., Act V. sc. 2, “Body a me,” Henchman, its etymology, 194
234

In Memoriam,' its metre, 337
Julius Cassar, Act III. sc. 1, and · Parabolæ of Lady of the Bedchamber, 247, 392
Alanus de Insulis,' 284

Mere-stone, 329

copper, 348

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Skeat (W. W.) on St. Michael's Feast, 273

Stopes (C. C.) on Children of the Chapel,' 227,-
Shakspeariana, 284

317
“ Stilbon,” in Chaucer, 126, 293, 453

Mulberry tree, old, 257
Stoat, its derivation, 455

Shakspeare (W.) and Molière, 318
Strachey family, 14

Storace (Stephen), engraved portrait, 348
Trout, its plural, 474

Stormy petrel in Chelsea Reach, 7
Yetminster and Ockford, 327, 409

Strachey family, 14, 134, 256
Skirt, or right of pasture, 268

Strassburg Cathedral, silver model, 408
Slaughter family, 17, 75, 155

Strathern earldom, 389
Slave trade in England, 109, 253, 373

Straw tied to street-door, 327, 434
Sleet (T. R.) on rhyme on Calvinism, 475

Sturton (Charles, Lord), his biography, 188, 314
Fonts, octagonal, 456

Sugar-plums, their history, 407, 489
Slopseller, its meaning, 289, 410, 491

Superstition, extraordinary, 144; at Dunkirk, 264
Smart (Christopher), words in his “Song to David,' Surnames from names of days and months, 93
109, 156

Sussex House, Fulham, 468
Smelts known as sparlings, 33, 96

Swan, silver, as a badge, 387, 417, 438
Smith family of Yorkshire, 448

Sweeting (W. D.) on “Commenced M.A.,” 252
Smith (Margaret), portrait and marriages, 8, 75, Sperate, its meaning, 233
275

Swift (Dean), his brother, 447
Smith (Richard), author of Trial of Trueth,' 28 Sweetmeats. See Sugar-plums.
Smith (W. A.) on Commines bibliography, 247 Swift (Dean Jonathan), Aldine edit., 1833, 28, 115;
Smollett (Dr. Tobias), his · Roderick Random,' 12; reputed brother, 447
and Goethe, 55

Sword-blades, hollow, 8, 334
Snapdragon on heraldic query, 247

Sykes (W.) on the derivation of influenza, 334
Snell (Hannab), military heroine, 77

Poisoning by arsenic, 297
Sneyd (G. W.) on Kinnersleys of Loxley, 448
Snob=cobbler, 428, 479

T
Sombreset, “ Hérault du Roy d'Angleterre," 1502, T. on Daniel Defoe, 91
101, 197, 272, 370

T. (D. C.) on Thomas Gray, 146, 247
Somersetensis on a pamphlet, 89

Its,” history of the word, 147

Plantagenet, the last, 166, 193
Songs and Ballads :-

T. (D. K.) on 33rd Regiment, 267
God save the Queen, 107, 357

T. (H.) on St. Mary, Minories, 466
King and Lord Bigod of Bungay, 207, 435 T. (K. G.) on Chesney family, 58
Welsh, 68, 152

T. (M. J.) on oldest tree in the world, 207
Sonnet, sonnets on, 98

T. (S. B.) on sonnet by Tennyson, 52
Southwark, St. Thomas of Waterings, 249, 295, T. (T. R. E. N.) on the hobby-horse, 208
369

T. (W.) on Chesney family, 135
Sparling=smelt, 33, 96

T. (W. B.) on Kennedy baronetcy, 317
Speaking, public, books on, 69, 218

T. (Y.) on tithe barns, 314
Sperate, its meaning, 167, 233

Tallow chandler, retired, allusion to, 448
Sphere, misuse of the word, 286

Tananarivo, Madagascar, 77, 312
Spindle on ‘Children's Garland,' 48

Tancock (O. W.) on Chauceriana, 366
Spingarn (J. E.) on false dice, 427

Hospitale Conversorum, 316
Inkhornize, 486

Tancred : 'De Gestis Tancredi,' 17
Spinning, old English, 368, 411, 496

Tang je puvs on Tennyson and Lytton, 328
Spurn-point, its meaning, 428

Tarring and feathering, early notice, 18
Spurs, Ripon, paper on, 146, 238

Tart : Pie, their difference, 116
Squin=scallop, 166, 299, 475

Tassie (James and William), their portrait medallions,
Standish family, Lancashire, 408, 458

288, 368, 396
Stapfer (Paul) on Shakspeare's comedies, 81, 158 Tate (W. R.) on a commonplace book, 212
Star of Bethlehem, 6

Taunton bibliograpby, 68
Steinfeld, two places named, 89

Taupe on Kilmeston Manor House, 7
Step-girl, its meaning, 346

St. Victor, 218
Sterne (Laurence), obscenity in "Tristram Shandy,' Vaux (Anne), 175

his marriage, 165, 213; and the Pilgrim's Tavaré (F. L.) on portraits of Burns, 30
Progress,' 205

Yates family, 33
Steward (Charles), of Bradford-on-Avon, 154, 195, Tavern sign, Triple Plea, 110
255, 358, 396

Taylor (I.) on double f as an initial, 24
Stewart family, co. Donegal, 267

Forth and ford, 485
Stewart's Rooms, Piccadilly, 8, 75, 275

Lemgo, Lippe Detmold, 337
Stiklastad, battle of, its date, 286

Manila, its etymology, 359
“Stilbon," in Chaucer, 126, 249, 293, 432, 453

Saas, place-name, 397
Stoat, its derivation, 417, 455

Tananarivo, Madagascar, 312
Stonehenge, French, 92, 137

Turk's Island, 312

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Queries, with No. 82, July 22, 183,

Trinity, 1
Taylor (I.) on Yetminster and Ockford, 371
Theatre Royal, first in the provinces, 26

" Triple
*Taylor (J.) on “Ale-dagger,” 387
Theatrical company, first English in America, 65

Tripper

,
Miserere carvings, 78
Theatrical managers, motto for, 106, 315, 434

Trissino
Teddington, Peg Woffington's almshouses at, 128, Thelwall (E.) on English sapphics, 358

Trollope
216, 278
Thirlestaine on heraldry, 127

Trout, i
Telepathic obsession, 384, 494
* Thirty days hath September, 245, 475

* True !
Telephonic message, term for, 77, 174, 393
Thomas (R.) on ‘From Oxford to Rome,' 272

143
Tell (William), references to, 388, 432

Kempenfeldt (Admiral), 166
Tempany (T. W.) on judges' robes, 193

Paltock (Robert), 265
Penal laws, 276

Thomas (W. B.) on Furye family, 431
Teneriffe or Tenerife, 469

Member of Parliament, 496

Sa
Tenison (Abp.) and the Tennysons, 21

Seal, Great, 415

Sh
Tennyson family and Abp. Tenison, 21

Thompson (Rev. William), his biography, 306
Tennyson (Lord), lines on, 7, 78; and “The Gem,' Thorn, holy, in leaf at Christmas, 125, 177, 255,

8, 57, 93, 216 ; his ` Dream of Fair Women,' 16; 378
his Cambridge contemporaries, 52, 171, 272, 338; Thornfield on Bracebridge Hall, 412
sonnet on eyes, 52; on tobacco, 53, 72 ; his 'Cross- “ Practical politics,” 495
ing the Bar, 137, 178, 315, 357, 416; his height, Thorpe (W. G.) on rhymed deeds, 147

Turne
147; tributes in memoriam, 162; 'Becket' at the Thoyts (E. E.) on Queen Elizabeth and Mary, Queen
Lyceum, 164, 216, 275 ; reprint of Timbuctoo,' of Scots, 242, 281, 344, 403
206 ; reviews in 1834, 226; lines by, 269, 294, 358; Heraldic query, 455
metre of 'In Memoriam,' 288, 337, 430 ; review of "Three stirs and a wallop,” street cry, 86

Poems by Two Brothers,' 326 ; Bulwer Lytton on, Threep, the verb, 53, 114, 296

328, 415 ; MS. of 'Poems by Two Brothers,' 426 Thunderstorm, poets in, 22, 95, 175, 230
Terry (F. C. B.) on “ Baugh” and “ May," 17 Thunderstorm, terms used in connexion with, 74,
Bucketing, 33

94
Cadwallader and his goats, 78

Tiberius, years of his reign, 168
Camel proverb, 118, 271

Tiglath-Pileser, its significance, 446
Chalk = score, 36

Time, its course, 96
“Coals to Newcastle,” 136

Tippins family, 308, 376
“ Curse of Scotland,” 453

Tithe barns, 16, 314, 434
“ De mortuis nil nisi bonum,” 28

Tithe commutation awards, 8
Draughts, the game, 257

Title, Highness, 409, 478
Eavesdropper, origin of the word, 485

Tobacco, Tennyson on, 53, 72 ; at Windsor Castle,
“Ex Africa semper aliquid novi,” 254
305

V
Flowers on graves, 314
Todd (James Henthorn), D.D., his biography,

V
“Fly on the corporal,” 478

434
Folk-lore, 134, 144, 245

Toddy, the beverage, 166
Fray-bug, its meaning, 493

Tokens, leather, 36, 97; arms on, 69; old, 209,
Gloves and kisses, 71

239
Gray (Thomas), his ‘Bard,” 75

Tolny. See Udny.
Heligoland beans, 14

Tomlinson (C.) on " Bolt from the blue,” 457
Hunting, early hours for, 115

Charles II. and the Royal Society, 377, 497
“It fair sheds,” 192

Curtis (Alderman), 185
Jesuit playwright, 71

Language, accurate, 104, 309
Lincolnshire bagpipes, 13

Poets in a thunderstorm, 22, 230
“Man convinced against his will,” 273

Sandwich Islands, King and Queen of, 178
Marriage by capture, 325

Shakspeare (W.), 81, 169, 364
Mistake: Mistaken, 251

Tommy at Tub's grave,” 389
Notchell, its meaning, 98

Tooth-brushes, their invention, 117
Philazer, his office, 299

Topehall (Orson), in • Roderick Random,' 13
Rubber at bowls, 334

Topography, how it is written, 365
.“ Shall” or “Will,” 208

Tory, its derivation, 368
“Spirited away,” 155

Totems in the British army, 407, 475
Tennyson (Lord), his . Crossing the Bar,' 315

Towell surname, 56
Threep, the verb, 296

Town, its etymology, 264, 452
Tory, its derivation, 368

Townshend (George), of Dereham, Norfolk, 329
Trout, its plural, 474

Townshend (D.) on grotto at Margate, 7
Vole, its etymology, 274

Townshend (J.) on

Crank,” 53
Water mill, 116

Townshend (Mrs.) on George Townshend, 329
“ Whether or no," 186

Tram, its etymology, 96, 373
“ While away,” 276

Translator=cobbler, 25, 115
Whip-dog Day, 182

Tree, oldest in the world, 207, 311, 336
Zoo = Zoological Gardens, 96

Treswell, Notts, belfry custom at, 462
Tew (E. L. H.) on Rev. Richard Walter, 447 Treworgie (John), Commissioner of Newfoundland, 28

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