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Taylor (I.) on Yetminster and Ockford, 371

'Taylor (J.) on "Ale-dagger," 387

Miserere carvings, 78

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Theatre Royal, first in the provinces, 26
Theatrical company, first English in America, 65
Theatrical managers, motto for, 106, 315, 434

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

Telepathic obsession, 384, 494

216, 278

Telephonic message, term for, 77, 174, 393

Tell (William), references to, 388, 432

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

Penal laws, 276

Teneriffe or Tenerife, 469

Tenison (Abp.) and the Tennysons, 21
Tennyson family and Abp. Tenison, 21

Tennyson (Lord), lines on, 7, 78; and The Gem,'
8, 57, 93, 216; his 'Dream of Fair Women,' 16;
his Cambridge contemporaries, 52, 171, 272, 338;
sonnet on eyes, 52; on tobacco, 53, 72; his 'Cross-
ing the Bar,' 137, 178, 315, 357, 416; his height,
147; tributes in memoriam, 162; 'Becket' at the
Lyceum, 164, 216, 275; reprint of Timbuctoo,'
206; reviews in 1834, 226; lines by, 269, 294, 358;
metre of 'In Memoriam,' 288, 337, 430; review of
Poems by Two Brothers,' 326; Bulwer Lytton on,
328, 415; MS. of 'Poems by Two Brothers,' 426
Terry (F. C. B.) on Baugh " and " May," 17

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Bucketing, 33

66

Cadwallader and his goats, 78

Camel proverb, 118, 271

Chalk score, 36

"Coals to Newcastle," 136

"Curse of Scotland,” 453

"De mortuis nil nisi bonum," 28
Draughts, the game, 257

Eavesdropper, origin of the word, 485
"Ex Africa semper aliquid novi," 254
Flowers on graves, 314
"Fly on the corporal," 478
Folk-lore, 134, 144, 245
Fray-bug, its meaning, 493
Gloves and kisses, 71

Gray (Thomas), his 'Bard,' 75
Heligoland beans, 14

Hunting, early hours for, 115

"It fair sheds," 192

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Thirlestaine on heraldry, 127

"Thirty days hath September," 245, 475
Thomas (R.) on 'From Oxford to Rome,' 272
Kempenfeldt (Admiral), 166
Paltock (Robert), 265

Thomas (W. B.) on Furye family, 431

Member of Parliament, 496

Seal, Great, 415

Thompson (Rev. William), his biography, 306
Thorn, holy, in leaf at Christmas, 125, 177, 255,

378

Thornfield on Bracebridge Hall, 412
"Practical politics," 495

Thorpe (W. G.) on rhymed deeds, 147
Thoyts (E. E.) on Queen Elizabeth and Mary, Queen
of Scots, 242, 281, 344, 403
Heraldic query, 455

"Three stirs and a wallop," street cry, 86
Threep, the verb, 53, 114, 296
Thunderstorm, poets in, 22, 95, 175, 230
Thunderstorm, terms used in connexion with, 74,
94

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Tobacco, Tennyson on, 53, 72; at Windsor Castle,
305

Tokens, leather, 36, 97; arms on, 69; old, 209,
239

Tolny. See Udny.

Tomlinson (C.) on "Bolt from the blue," 457

Charles II. and the Royal Society, 377, 497
Curtis (Alderman), 185

Language, accurate, 104, 309

Poets in a thunderstorm, 22, 230

Sandwich Islands, King and Queen of, 178

Shakspeare (W.), 81, 169, 364

"Tommy at Tub's grave," 389

Tooth-brushes, their invention, 117

Topehall (Orson), in Roderick Random,' 13

Topography, how it is written, 365

Tory, its derivation, 368

Totems in the British army, 407, 475

Towell surname, 56

Town, its etymology, 264, 452

Townshend (George), of Dereham, Norfolk, 329
Townshend (D.) on grotto at Margate, 7

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Trinity, picture of the, 53, 118

"Triple Plea," tavern sign and verses, 110
Tripper, provincialism, 385

Trissino type, 29, 110

Trollope (Anthony), order of his novels, 329, 352
Trout, its plural, 366, 416, 474

True Methodist; or, Christian in Earnest,' MS.,
148

Trumbull (John), artist, 98, 154, 255, 398

Truro Stannary Court, 329, 391

Tuer (A. W.) on Miss Campion, 68

Samplers, early, 327

Shagreen, its preparation, 164

Tumbler drinking glass, 168, 233, 317

Tunstall (Bryan), his will, 167, 212

Turk's Island, in the Bahama Islands, 110, 312

Turnbrigg, timber bridge, Snaith, co. York, 301,
339

Turner surname, its derivation, 67, 218

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Vernon on a book-plate, 97

Pym (John), 57

Stewart (Charles), 195, 358

Vesalius (Andrew), anatomist, 132
Veto, royal, 369, 394, 456

Tyndale (William), his translation of the New Testa- Vicar on Bangor, Preston Candover, Hants, 248
ment, 369, 456

Type, Trissino, 29, 110

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V. (A.) on church brasses, 117
V. (Q.) on Denton MSS., 215

Grammar, Post Office, 378

Historical MSS. Commission, 106
Isham (George), 154
Oast, its meaning, 271

Penal laws, 277

"Skirt" of pasture, 268
Speaking, public, 218
Veto, royal, 457

Wills, Westmoreland, 438

V. (T. T.) on Junius's Letters, 111

V. (W. I. R.) on Oliver Cromwell's hat, 325

'Harrowing of Hell,' 215

Harvey family, 250
Harvey (William), 150

Jenner (Dr. Edward), 263

Latin play, 277

Register and registrar, 234

Rudhall (Abraham), 134
"True Methodist,' 148

Violet the Napoleonic flower, 165, 338
Vaccination, Hindoo on, 277, 374

Valentin (Dr. Louis), letter about Jenner, 263
Vallance family, 229, 298

Varillas (Antoine), MS. Italian translation, 468
Varnish, how to remove, 428, 477

Vase, fairy, of the Musgrave family, 125, 176, 376
Vaughan family, 477

Vaux (Anne), her family, 29, 136, 175

Evans (Samuel), rector of Brown Candover,

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W. (W. C.) on "Hearth hen," 178
Lease, clause in old, 35

Slaughter family, 17

Tithe commutation awards, 8

Wiggin, its meaning, 153

Wroth (Lady Mary), 407

Scottiana, 265

Wainewright (Thomas Griffiths), pictures by, 307

Waite (George), dentist, 228, 298

Walcott (F.) on Father Arthur O'Leary, 228

Waldegrave family of Essex, their arms, 209

Wales (Edward, Prince of), letter to John Daun,

166

Wales (James), exhibited portraits, 149
Walford (E.) on Barnard family, 411

Burial by torchlight, 338, 455
Copplestone family, 134
Craggs (James), 396

"Dimanche de Quasimodo," 409

Father of the House of Commons, 34

Flowers on graves, 315

Glasgow University mace, 278

Golden Rose, 477

Hernshaw or heron shay, 224

Kearney family, 292

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'Old-fashion Farmer's Motives,' 309
Portraits, medallion, 396

Printers' errors, 217

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Eating poor Jack," 215

Editors, their reputation, 276

Engendrure, use of the word, 384, 437
Evan, Welsh name, 479

Ey Abbey, 129
Fermor (Arabella), 212
Germ theory of disease, 225
Hyde Park in 1824, 392

Influenza, its derivation, 335

Jewish humour, 84

66

'Johnnies," 25

Member of Parliament, 496

Pepys, its pronunciation, 488
Philazer, his office, 154
Pie Tart, 116

Plato on revolutions, 147
Poets Laureate, 131, 298

Postil, allusion to, 408
St. James's Square, 16

Sedan chair, 54, 333

Shakspeare (W.) and Molière, 11

Tennyson (Lord), his Crossing the Bar,' 178
Tobacco at Windsor, 305

Vole, its derivation, 274

Wallinger (Rev. John A.), his biography, 235
Wallis (Henry), his painting of

117

Walnuts and winter, 113

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Longfellow (H. W.), his 'Silent Land,' 14
Maccabees, Books of, 236

Penal laws, 213

St. Michael's Feast, 273
Strathern earldom, 389
Tram, its derivation, 373
Waterloo, story about, 307
Watts (Dr. Isaac), 327
"Whether or no," 238

Water mill, lines on, 7, 116

Waterings. See St. Thomas of Waterings.
Waterloo, story about, 307, 412, 493

Watts (Dr. Isaac), first two editions of his 'Hymns,"
327

Webb (W.) on Charles II. and the Royal Society,
377

Wedding and marriage, their difference, 304, 417

Wedding knife, 449

Wedding wreaths, 229, 332, 418

Week-end, provincialism, 385

Welch (J. C.) on books written in prison, 172
England, metrical histories of, 152
Welford (R.) on Furye family, 118

Oast, its meaning, 271

"Thirty days hath September," 245
Welsh Lord Mayor of London, 261

Elaine,' 47, Welsh songs, their history and origin, 68, 152
Wesley (John) and the microscope, 13, 94

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Warburton (Bishop William), his 'Shakespear,' 141, Wexford and the Rebellion of '98, 422
203, 262

Weyghte on etymology of oboe, 108

Notes and
22, 1885.

Index Supplement to the Notes and
Queries, with No. 82, July 22,1893.

INDEX.

Whately (Abp.) on the word "Prisoner," 6, 152

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Woodich-silver-holder, manorial tenant, 149, 256

for "whether or not," 186, 238, Woodville. See Widville.

66

Wootton, Surrey, its history, 488
Wordsworth (William), his frugal dame," 14; '
are Seven,' 346

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Wheatley (H. B.) on portraits as book plates, Woodpecker, poetical reference to, 386
130
Woodstock: Good Devil of Woodstock,' 168,
Wheel, breaking on, 98
256
"Whether or no 29
356
Whip-dog Day=October 18th, 192
Whist, rubber at, 68, 173, 334
Whistler (Frank), painter, 68, 488
White (C. A.) on "Crank," 133
Death, its cause, 275
'Devil of Woodstock,' 256
Golden Rose, 343

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Wrangham (Archdeacon) noticed, 241
Wreaths, wedding, 229, 332, 418

Wright (W.) on Haymarket Theatre, 6
Theatrical managers, motto for, 106
Walker (Alexander), 329

Wright (W. A.) on its for it, 274

Writing, on sand, 188, 233; rapid, 246

Wroth money, 366, 457

Wroth (Lady Mary), her second husband, 407
Wycombe, High, election of mayor at, 25
Wylie (C.) on John Liston, 418

Widville (Queen Elizabeth), her mother, 273, X. on bacteriology, 384

413

Wiggin, its meaning, 28, 153, 317

"Butchers'-leap," 368

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Yeomen, their arms, 48

William of Tyre, his History of the Crusades' in X. (Bethel) on French Stonehenge, 92
Latin, 88

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Yardley (E.) on ghost miners, 258, 317
Heraldic query, 455, 492

Plainness versus beauty, 94

Shakspeare (W.) and Molière, 170, 318
Yates (M.), autograph letter, 428
Yates family, 33
Yearn, its origin and meanings, 266, 496
Yele, its meaning, 39

Yellow-Knife Indian folk-lore, 303
Yeomen, their arms, 48

Yetminster, its etymology, 327, 371, 409
Yeomen of the Guard as table servants, 86
Yonge (C. F.) on pottery at Brighton, 43, 61
Yorkshireman on Abbotsford, 151

'Garden of the Soul,' 489
Highness, Serene, 409

Young (J.) on Celtic language, 356
Christian Era, 465

Italian idiom, 37, 289


Woffington (Peg), her almshouses, 128, 216, 278; Z. on Decalogue on mediaval diptychs, 8

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