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S. (R.) on authors of quotations wanted, 35

St. Theobald, venerated at West Harnham, 341
Scivroogb, 470

St. Vaclav and “Good King Wenceslaus,” 426
8. (R. B.) on Napoleon's carriage, 393

Saints, English canonized, 497
S. (R. R.) on Richard II., his arms, 188

SS. Anne and Agnes, curious parisb document, 248
S. (W.) on authors of quotations wanted, 453 Sallust, English translator, c. 1590, 128
“Bawms March," 230

“Salutation" Tavern, Billingsgate, its history, 429, 510
Broken on the wheel, 293

Santa Fé, American place-name, 17, 276
Creeling the bridegroom, 296

Sardana in Villon's "Grand Testament,' 509
Drum-major: John Bibie, 168

Satire on Pitt, 289, 315
Indiskilling : Enniskilling, 269

Savage (Canon E. B.) on Isle of Man and Countess of
“Kingsley's Stand," 158

Derby, 73
Matross : topass, 476

Shakespeariana, 145
“Mony a pickle maks a mickle," 113

Savile (Sir George), Marquis of Halifax, 188, 288
“Old Highlander,” 137

Savoy, Chapel Royal, Christmas custom, 429, 493
Public Officer Police Office, 92

S.-B. (R.) on Sir T. Malory, 88
Scots Greys and grey horses, 93

Scargill (W.) on moke, a donkey, 115
West Indian military records, 197

Wiodmills in Sussex, 413
St. Agnes' Eve, old custom on, 311

Schank (L.) on authors of quotations wanted, 508
St. Andrew's, Holborn, dole cupboards at, 16, 137

People to be avoided, 175
St. Bartholomew, Massacre of, in Paris, 389

Revett of Checkers, Bucks, 168
St. Coppin, in the Digby and Towneley plays, 29

“ What wants that knave?" 219
St. Devereux and St. Dubricius, 327, 418

Schelandre (Jean de), his biography, 490
St. Edith of Pollesworth, her biography, 35

Schloesser (F.) on February 30, 146
St. Faith, monumental inscription, 57, 137

School, “ twopence for manners," 228
St. George and the Dragon, old mumming play, 30, 75 School for the Indigent Blind, early records, 427
St. George, dedications in honour of, 308, 375, 455, 513 School slang at Rossall, 125, 193
St. George's Chapel Yard, Oxford Road, 13, 135, 198 Schrve-pin, meaning of the word, 189, 232
St. John of Bridlington, canonized by Boniface IX.,497 Scot (W.) on Hugh Miller of Virgioia, 128
St. Kilda colds, 307

Scotch Garden of Eden, 162
St. Margaret's, Westminster, and Buckingham, 427 Scotland, officers of State in, 10
St. Oswald, “Gescheibte Turm," 11

Scots Greys and grey horses, 26, 93
St. Paul's Churchyard, “Golden Angel” in, 470 Scott (David), F.S.A., d. 1849, 186
St. Seine and river Seine, 348, 453

Scott (Dred) and Chief Justice Taney, 425
St. Swithin on Ainsty of York, 96

Scott (Dr. F. G.), his publications, 386
Banner or flag, 252

Scott (Sir W.), illustrators of his works, 10, 74, 130,
“ Bat Bearaway,” 258

176 ; MS. of “Black Dwarf,' 168, 295, 515; and
Beliard, Paris clockmaker, 268

Bishop Hall, 187; motto in ' Antiquary,' 187 ; sale
Bidding prayer, 32

of autographs of Waverley Novels, 295 ; edition of
Charles I. : his physical characteristics, 211 Shakespeare, 428; “Seven Night Walkers ” and
Eliot (George) and Dickens, 13

Italian sculptor in 'Quentin Durward,' 508
“Esprit de l'escalier,” 295

Scrivroogh, meaning of the word, 470, 516
Forwhy, its meaning, 294

Seaford, Hardwicke House, and Alfred Tennyson, 466
Frieze, its pronunciation, 316

Seaman and Dutton families, 266
Hatching chickens with artificial heat, 218 Searchers at seventeenth-century coroners' inquests, 38
Hoek van Holland, 236

Seaton family, 446
Lamb (C.): his Jewish extraction, 213

Seething Lane and "Ye Little Olde Churchyard,” 390
Legends on English coins, 237

Seine, river and saint, 348, 453
Life-star folk-lore, 257

Semites, their attitude towards labour, 515
Mezzofanti (Cardinal), 112

Seneca, reference to passage by, 110
Moke, a donkey, 115

Seringapatam, account of its storming, 230, 317
Musical genius: is it hereditary? 236

Seven Dials, column removed, 327
Pastoral astronomy, 104

Seward (Thomas) 'D.N.B.' on, 122
Poonah painting, 152, 232

Seymour (H.) mar. Louise, Countess of Ponthieu, 148
Powwow, its meaning, 497

Shadow-catcher=photographer, use of word, 67, 158
St. George : George as a Christian name, 455 Shakespeare (W.), illustrations of, 13; residence at
Seine, river and saint, 454

New Place, 66, 156; Rowe's edition, 69, 117; and
Sindbad the Sailor : monkeys and cocoa-nuts, 395

Nicholas Breton, 247; and Ovid, 301; games men.
Spain (King of), wedding custom, 187

tioned by, 361, 402, 511 ; works at Douai, 421,
Spring-heeled Jack, 256

516 ; edited by Scott, 428 ; and Fielding, 444
Sturmy or Esturmy family, 312

Shakespeariana :-
Tailor in Dresden china, 476

All's Well that Ends Well, Act V.sc. ii.,“ Purr,”
Towns uplucky for kings, 212

144, 484
“Wax and curnels,” 338

Antony and Cleopatra, Act III. sc. X., “Ribau.
Windmills in Sussex, 413

dred nagge,” 301
Woodhens, payment by, 276

Hamlet, Act I. sc. ii., " Or that the Everlasting,"
Wy berton, Lincs, 117

146

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Shakespeariana :-

Skeat (Prof. W. W.) on wroth, as a substantive, 116
Henry IV. Part I., Act I. sc. ii., “Stung like a Skene (James), first illustrator of Scott's romances, 176

tench," 145; Act II. ec. iv., "Pitiful-hearted Skrymsher (Charles Boothby), his biography, 405
Titan, that melted," 145, 302, 485; Act III. Slacke (F. A.) on Daniel Orme's portrait, 407
sc. i., course of the Trent, 485

Slang, French, 8, 50, 153
Julius Cæsar, Act V. sc. v., and Drayton's 'Idea,' Slang, school, at Rossall, 125, 193
144

Slavery in England, 1764, 149, 176
Love's Labour's Lost, Act V. sc. i., " The peal Slavery in the United States, its cessation, 41, 153, 425

begins,” 301 ; Act V. sc. ii., Extremely Slaves, Abraham Lincoln on their sufferings, 248
forms,” 302

Slingsby, male dancer, his biography, 310, 433
Macbeth, the three witches, 484

Slovenish language, Russian and Cech affinity, 381, 436
Merchant of Venice, Act I. sc. i., “And in a Smith (B. T. K.) on postage-stamps, 1830-62, 289

word," 145; Act II. sc. ii., “It is a wise Smith (E.) on 'Cartularium Saxonicum,' 185, 287, 466
child," 144

Quapladde," 14
Merry Wives of Windsor, Sir Thomas Lucy and St. Agnes' Eve, 311
Justice Shallow, 449

Worple Way, 233, 373
Richard III., Act IV. sc. iv., “Humphrey Hour,” Smith (J. de B.) on Bidding prayer, 92
143

Smith (M. C.) on Brinklow family, 50
Troilus and Cressida, Act III., sc. iii., “Thoughts Smith (Mr. John), a Junius claimant, 206, 272
unveil in their dumb cradles," 483

Smith (R.) on authors of quotations wanted, 208
Two Gentleman of Verona, and Lady Hatton, 90 Smyth (H.) on frieze, 316
Winter's Tals, Act I. sc. ii.,

Halesowen, Worcestershire, 470
steps," 144

Spelling changes, 273
Sharpe (Lancelot), d. 1851, his biography, 424, 518 Snakes in Iceland or Ireland, 80
Sharpe (R. R.) on George as a Christian name, 375 Snakes in 8. Africa, 10, 115, 152, 218, 291, 258
Shawcross (J.) on authors of quotations wanted, 228 Sobriquets and nicknames of the 18th century, 366, 430
Coleridge's . Dejection,' 45

Songs and Ballads :-
Sheaffe (Sir Roger H.), his representatives, 489

* Admiral Benbow,' 7
Shelley (C.) on flint and steel, 452

Cadet Rousselle,' 490
Haymarket, Westminster, 516

“Christian soldier, must we sever?” 269, 394,
Sherborne (Lord) on poonah painting, 152

413, 516
Shoos, taping or soleing, 206, 259, 498

Female Auctioneer,' 206
Shop, used for Royal Military Academy, 389

'Johnie Armstrang,' 169, 219
Sibyls, pictures of, at Teddington, 88, 136, 194

Match-maker's song, 348, 396, 451
Sidesmen's duties, 500

“O dear, what can the matter be ?" 255, 315, 474
Sidney (P.) on Charles I., 336

“Or give us Death or Liberty," 128, 235
Signs: The Chair, 37; The Old Highlander, 47, 92, Poor Dog Tray,' 14, 137

115, 137, 457; old London, 445. See also Tavern • Potter's Song,' 78
Signs.

“ Rest thee on this mossy pillow," 208
Simms (R.) on · Bibliotheca Staffordiensis,' 108

‘Sir Randall,' 267
Johnson (Dr.) : Dr. J. Swan : Dr. Watts, 348 Songs, old, 5
“O dear, what can the matter be?474

“Then with Rodney we will go,” 227, 295
Simpson's Restaurant, cheese-guessing at, 245, 336 * Town Gallant's Song,' 356
Sindbad the Sailor, monkeys and cocoa-nuts, 271, 395 Trelawny ballad, 23
Siresa, bell inscriptions at, 55, 436

• Vicar of Bray,' 227
Sirr (H.) on Pitch-caps put on human heads, 233

“What wants that knave that a king,” 169, 219
Skeat (Prof. W. W.) on bossing, 192

Sonnets by Alfred and Frederick Tennyson, 89, 159, 197
Bothombar, its identity, 165

Souls, Baskish folk-lore about, 73
• Cartularium Saxonicum,' 287

Southam (Herbert) on Adiniral Benbow's death, 7
Fires for cymbals, 334

West Indian military records, 156
Frieze, its pronunciation, 316

Woodbens, 229
Grindy, its derivation, 251

Spain, marriage of King, and taxation, 187 ; Gordon
Haze, its meanings, 108

family and King's wine supply, 270
Hock: hog : hoga, 494

Sparling (H. Halliday) on Seine, river and saint, 453
Hogshead, its derivation, 346

Sparrow (Lady Clara), her lineage, 227
Hornsey Wood House : Harringay House, 157, 274 Spelling changes, 51, 171, 218, 273, 517
Kidnapper, in 'The Spectator,' 345

Spence (Paul), priest, c. 1576, his biography, 508
Latin pronunciation in England, 170

Spencer (Hon. W. R.), ' Epitaph on the Year 1806,' 5
Matross : topass, their meaning, 411

Spiera (Ambrosio), his Advent sermons, 0. 1447, 370
Mirage, 453

Spofforth (Reginald), his glee “Hail, smiling morn,” 369
“Road of words,” 354

S.P.Q.R., modern use of the letters, 57
St. Edith, 35

Spring-heeled Jack, his history, 206, 256, 394, 496
"Set up my (his) rest,” 53

Springs, healing, flowing south, 90, 134
Vittle=victual, 231

S-r (8.) on author of quotation wanted, 217
Ward surname, 154

Stafford House, 368
Wound, its pronunciation, 390

Stamps, postage, 1830–62, literary references, 289

death,

Stanier (H. S.) on Lieut. Henry Clarke, 370

“Swiftsure " Burt and Nelson recollections, 265
Stanley (W.), 6th Earl of Derby, his marriage, 248 Swinburne (A. C.), his ‘Children of the Chapel,' 378
Stapleton (A.) on knighthood of 1603, 113

Swinburne (A. J.) on Swinburne family, 369
Lying Bishop,” 496

Swinburne family, 369
Pedigree difficulties, 312

Switzerland, brevity of notices in, 287, 373 ; work ·
Thompson (J.), portrait painter, 469

indicator in, 425
West Indian military records, 78, 252

Swynnerton (C.) on riming deeds, 78
Statues of the Georges in London, 66, 155, 197 T. (B. W.) on blue-water as adjective, 133
Stedanese, the word in Chertsey Cartulary, 89 T. (D. C.) on Coleridge's 'Epitaphium Testamenta-
Stedcombe or Studcombe House, Axmouth, its owner, 88 rium,' 436
Steel and flint, method of striking,329, 377,396,418,452 T. (J.) on “bell-comb" for ringworm, 336
Steele (R.) on pretended Prince of Macedonia, 169

“Poor Dog Tray": 'Old Dog Tray,' 137
Steele (Ricbard) and Freemasonry, 268, 392

T. (L. E.) on Rev. R. Grant, 88
Stenigot, Guevara, inscriptions at, 6

T. (M. H.) on house of Bentham and James Mill, 350
Stenographer's advertisement in 1742, 137

Marly horses, 277
Step-dances, village, 269, 378

T. (P. I.) on pantaloons v. trousers, 207
Stephens (F. G.) on picture of lady in red, 193 ; his T. (W.) on Edinburgh Review' on Oxford, 128
220

Tables, obsolete English game, 512
Stepney (George), his correspondence, 8

Tailor in Dresden china, 292, 476
Stepney Court Rolls, o. 1617, 127

Talbot, origin of the word, 290, 392
Steuart (John), commercial traveller, bis will, 1682, 387 Talman (John), architect, bis biography, 206
Stewart (Alan) on Hickford's Room, Brewer Street, 196 Talman (W.) and Hampton Court Palace, 288, 395,
Stewart (Aubrey) on wooden cups in East Anglia, 489 476
Stillington (Bishop), . 1491, 232

Tamworth Churchyard walls, 210
Stilwell (J. P.) on bell-horses, 33

Taney (Chief Justice) and Dred Scott case, 425
Church wardens' accounts, 275

Tandahill (Robert), Scotch lyrical poet, 225
· Esprit de l'escalier,” 296

“Taping shoos"=soleing shoes, 206, 259, 498
“Over fork : fork over," 33

Taprells, meaning of the word, 189, 232
Worple Way, 456

Tartar legend of Alexander the Great, 126
Stivens (John), Surgeon-in-Ordinary, 1737, 10 Tausenau (Dr. Karl), bis linguistic achievements, 112
Stones of London, round paving, 448, 513

Tavenor-Perry (J.) on Zoffany's Indian portraits, 429
Stopes (Mrs. C. C.) on governess, 265

Tavern Signs :-
“O dear, what can the matter be?” 255

Bacchanals or Bag-o'-Nails, 56
Strachan (L, R. M.) on authors wanted, 254

Badger's Bush or Beggar's Bush, 209, 271
Carlyle on painting foam, 456

Four Alls or Five Alls, 180
Court Rolls terms, 318

Doves, Hammersmith Bridge, 456
Echidna, 356

Marquis of Granby, 464
Frieze, 316

Plumper's Inn, 205
'N.E.D.,' wrong reference, 367

Salutation, Billingsgate, 429, 510
War, 514

Soldier and Citizen, 510
Stratford-at-Bow, French of, 1717, 267

Tavern signs of old London, c. 1660-1700, 445
Stratford-upon-Avon, epitaphs at, 423, 516

Taxameter cabs, early experiments, 264
Strawberry Hill Catalogues, 461,517

Taxation, and marriage of the King of Spain, 187
Street (E. E.) on Camoens, Sonnet cciii., 233

Taylor (H.) on Walton, Lancashire, 14
Chevesel=pillow, 395

Taylor (John), engineer, his portrait, 347, 514
Matches in Congreve, 351

Tea as a meal, and · The Tea-Table, 246
Strong (Prof. H. A.) on Latin pronunciation, 108 Teddington Library, pictures of Sibyls at, 88, 136, 152,
Sturmy or Esturmy family, 209, 312

194
Subsidy Rolls, Tudor, 68

Tempest (E. B.) on Mrs. Mary Goodyer's murder, 50
Suckling (Mrs. F. H.) on Holden family, 233

Temple (Mrs.) on Roger Langdon, 228
“ Idle Dick Norton," 168, 416

Teniers and miniatures, 409, 454
Lame-dog poem, 89

Tennyson (Alfred), sonnet by, 89, 159, 197;, and
Suckling (Sir John), use of the word pallat, 247, 414 Hardwicke House, Seaford, 466
Sulphur matches and match-maker's song, 348, 396, Tennyson (Frederick), sonnet by, 89, 159, 197
451

Tête-à - Tête Portraits in Town and Country
Sunday, Carnival, in the Greek Church, 186

Magazine,' 505
Supawn, American porridge, origin of the term, 163 Theatrical benefits, earliest instance, 321
Surnames: Botha, 486 ; Clippingdale, 37; Coslett, Thicknesse (P.) Lamb on his ‘France,' 205, 274, 355

30; Lamb, 121, 212; MacNamara, 58 ; Page, 322; Thiggyng, temp. Edward III., its meaning, 507
Roosevelt, 35; Wadsworth, 308, 515; Ward, 109, Thirkell family, 218, 251
154

Thistolow lotion, c. 1684, recipe for, 73
Surr (W.), on “Kingsley's Stand,” 378

Thomas (R.) on ‘The Canadian Girl,' 33
Sussex, its religious houses, 134, 294, 415 ; windmills Hoek van Holland, 236
in, 149, 214, 276, 397, 413

King's • Classical and Foreign Quotatious,' 25
Sussex poll-books, 70

* Lawyers in Love,' 174
Swan (Dr.), Dr. Johnson, and Dr. Watts, 348, 475 *Penrose's Journal': turtle-riding, 277

60

Thomas (R.) on post boxes, 73

Udal (J. S.) on Heraldic : cross clechée, 436
Sharpe (Lancelot), 518

Rime v. rhyme, 517
Spelling changes, 52

Ulidia, house motto, its meaning, 289, 356, 518
Statues of the Georges, 155

Umbrella, early instances of the word, 267
Thompson (J.), portrait painter, c. 1849, 469

Umpire, early use of the word, 67
Thoresby or Thursby (Thomas), his marriage, 269, 436 Unbychid, etymology of the word, 9
Thorn:Drury (G.) on Marvell's poems, 1681, 423 Underhill (W.) on Nether Worton, Oxfordshire, 241
Thornton (B. R.) on Samuel Barnard, 168

United States, cessation of slavery in, 41, 153, 425 ;
Slingsby, male dancer, 310

brevity of notices in, 287, 373
Thornton (R. H.), on bumble-puppy, a game, 306 V. (Q.) on Armour : "Mr. Brander's MS.,” 268
Davis (Lieut. J. H.), 349

“As poor as rats,” 469
Dovetailing : Chigago, 505

Bossing, 69
Fifth-Monarchy Men, 290

Con. contraction, 134
Folk-lore concerning twins, 387

Corrodies : "Liber serviens," 128
Matthias the Impostor, 164

“Mony a pickle maks a mickle,” 113
Taney (Chief Justice), and the Dred Scott case, 425 Orwell town and baven, 134
Times, The, 1962, 115

Papal styles : “Pater Patrum,” 368
Will, last, of a presbytery, 244

Papyrus and parchment, 48
Threlkeld (Rov. T.), Unitarian minister, 218, 261

Penny saved is twopence got,” 48
Thumb-hand side "=right-hand side, 467

Pony, earliest instance, 267
Thune, French slang word, 8, 50, 153

Stedanese, 89
Thurnam (R.) on pictures at Teddington, 136 V. (V.H.I.L.I.C.I.) on Masonry and religion, 513
Thursby or Thoresby (Thomas), bis marriage, 269, 436 Wound, 391
Tickell (Thomas), and fairy-haunted Kensington, 1; Vaclav (St.) and “Good King Wenceslaus," 426
his 'Colin and Lucy,' 55

Vaughan (Dead), his pupils, doves or lambs, 128,
Timer, 1962, and Times Newspaper, 1950, 115

197
Tindall (R. J. L.) on Admiral Bedford, 407

Venice, window in memory of Sir Henry Wotton at, 127
Tinners, in military musters, c. 1572, 428

Venner (Thomas) and the Fifth-Monarchy rising, 290,
Toad's immurement at Stone, 185

334, 515
Tobacco, etymology of the word, 167

Verb, the Leiçarragan, 215
Tobacconist's sign: "Old Highlander,” 47, 92, 115, 137, Vere (Edward de), 17th Earl of Oxford, 409
457

Vernon (Dorothy) and Haddon Hall, 53
Tommy-on-the Bridge, Newcastle character, 30, 94 Viator (V.) on authors of quotations wanted, 428
Tooke and Halley families, 445

Victoria (Queen) of Spain, her title and name-day, 30,
Toole (J. L.), his theatrical career, 118

76, 156, 193
Tooth, single, referred to by Herodotus, 205

Victual spelt vittle, 188, 231
Topass, explanation of the name, 348, 411

Viere, seventeenth-century term, its meaning, 448
Town and Country Magazine,' Tête-à-Tête Portraite, Vignoles (Charles B.), engineer, his portrait, 347, 514
505

Village step-dances, 269, 378
Towns unlucky for kings, 29, 74, 212

Villalobos (F. L. de) and the phrase “La Hueste
Tradagh=Drogheda, old Irish word, 328, 392

Antigua,” 387
Tragedize, use of the verb, 1743, 386

Vining family, 28, 116
Tray: 'Poor Dog Tray,' 14, 137

Virginia and East Anglia, 329, 412
Tray-trip, obsolete English game, 404

Vittle=victual, rime and spelling, 188, 231
Treats, dialect word, its meaning, 517

Vittoria, Joseph Bonaparte's carriage after battle, 170,
Trelawny (Sir J.), Bishop of Bristol, arrested by 236, 313, 357, 393, 434
James II., 24

Voltaire and Rousseau contrasted, 326
Trinity Tuesday, use of the term, 507

Votes for women and Mrs. Anne Wright, 408
Tristan and Isolde, association with Dublin, 50, 150 Vulgate, blunder of translator, 126
Troll-my.dames, obsolete English game, 512

W. (A.) on “Poor Dog Tray," 14
Trousers v. pantaloons, 207, 271

W. (B.) on Ædric, Duke of Mercia, 51
Truchsess (Count), of Zeyl-Wurzach, descendants, 389 W. (F.) on Kemble burial-places, 509
Tucker (A.) on Chalmers of Cults, 348

W. (G.) on bell-horses : pack-horses, 174
Tucker (Mrs. D.) on Sir George Wood's portrait, 208 Mansfield Gooseberry-Tart Fair, 329
Tudor (J.) on Rowe's 'Shakespeare,' 69

Mirage, 390
Turner (F.) on bell-comb for ringworm, 206

Step-dances, 269
Turtle-riding in Penrose's Journal,' 148, 216, 277 Towns unlucky for kings, 29
Tusin, Order of the, its history, 221

W. (G. W.) on Thomas Caverley : Jean Cavalier, 8
Tussaud (Madame) on Voltaire and Rousseau, 826 W. (H.) on Reynolds's portrait of Miss Greville, 29
Twilt, meaning of the word, 244

W. (H. T.) on holed-stone folk-lore, 157
Twins, folk-lore concerning, 387

MacNamara, its pronunciation, 58
“Twopence for manners," a school extra, 228

“Mony a pickle maks a mickle," 113
Tyssen family, their estate, 370

W. (J. B.) on Intelligence,' 1666, 348
U. (H. W.) on “Conscientious objection," 165

'Kingdom's Intelligencer,' 270, 491
Udal (J. S.) on earl's son and supporters, 332

W. (J. L.) on authors of quotations wanted, 448
Earthquakes and Mont Pelée, 346

W. (M. E.) on Sir Henry Wotton at Venice, 127

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W. (T. M.) on Admiral Christ epitaph, 475

Watson (J.) on Richard II.: his arms, 250
Butchers exempted from juries, 449

• Rock of Ages,' 458
Curtain lectures, 515

Watts (Dr.), 1762, and Samuel Johnson, 348, 475
Johnson (Dr.), 470

Watts (Isaac), his song on the rose, 105, 258
Matches in Congreve, 269

“Wax and curnels," children's complaint, 267, 338, 497
Precket: “Cageful of teeth,” 206

Weare (G. E.) on Haymarket, Westminster, 516
Satire on Pitt, 289

Penrose's Journal,' 217, 277
Suckling (Sir John): pallat, 247

Weather lore, 193, 355
Wadsworth as a Yorkshire name, 308, 515

Webb, Kendall, and Newdigate families, 490
Wainewright (J. B.) on Admiral Christ epitaph, 476 Welby (Col. A. C. E.) on horssekyns, 425
Authors of quotations wanted, 274, 374

Quapladde, 14
Barnard (J.), his descendants, 133

Spring-heeled Jack, 496
Bell inscriptions at Siresa, 55

Weldon family, 187
Doncaster: image of the Blessed Virgin, 56 Welford (R.) on flint and steel, 329
Drury (Sir W.), his funeral executed, 205

Goldsmith's elegy on a mad dog, 246
Gages of Bentley, Framfield, 102

Hammals, 353
Guevara inscriptions at Stenigot, 79

Matches in Congreve, 351
“Hail, smiling morn !” 419

“Omne bonum Dei donum," 33
Hamill (Major), of Capri, 114

Portobello, 355
Hertslet (William Lewis), 326, 492

Windmills in Sussex, 397
Hock: hog : boga, 494

Well, Dipping, in Hyde Park, 247, 296
Localities wanted, 34

Welsh, meaning of a in, 58; derivation of “llan," 84
Palæologus in the West Indies, 255

Wenceslaus, hero of carol, and St. Vaclav, 426
Papal styles : “Pater Patrum," 450

Werder on authors of quotations wanted, 435
Religious houses of Sussex, 134

West Indian hurricane lore, 127
St. Theobald, 341

West Indian military records, 14, 78, 156, 197, 252
Saints, English, 497

West Indies, Palæologus in, 209, 336, 254, 416
Seine, river and saint, 454

Westminster, site of hay market, c. 1734, 270, 370, 516
Spence (Paul), 508

Westminster Abbey, tomb of Eleanor of Castile in, 8
Victoria (Queen of Spain), name-day, 77, 166 Westminster changes, 1906, 81, 122, 161, 193, 232
Wyatville (George Geoffry), 175

Westmoreland (Mrs. S. A.) on Chamberlain family,
Wainfleet on “Erasmus Rogers," 487

369
Walker (B.) on Prof. Walter Baily's books, 96 Wheel, broken on the, punishment, 147, 292
Boundaries and humorous incidents, 94

Wheel crosses in Cornwall, 389
Walker (R. J.) on Danteiana, 251

Wheels, great, at Earl's Court and Chicago, 406,
Heralds : their anointing, 448

473, 515
Latin pronunciation in England, 170

Wheels, Marlborough, explained, 157, 378
"Lying Bishop,” 496

Whiteburst (F. F.), lines on · An Evening Star,' 348
Pictorial blinds, 493

White Line on Bewickiana, 29
Walker (Sarah), “Old Campaigner," 1750–1838, 464 Whiteside (H. J.) on authors of quotations wanted, 49
Walls, tile-bonded, in Tamworth Churchyard, 210 Whitham (J. H.) on Porlock Church, 228
Walpole (Horace), Strawberry Hill sale catalogues, Whitlas family of Gobrana, co. Antrim, 350
461, 517

Whitsuntide, Cotswold games at, 361, 402, 511
Walpole (Sir Robert), “Every man has his price,” | Whitwell (R. J.) on rotary bromide process, 96
367, 470, 492

Wyberton, Lincs, 69
Walsh family of Lincolnshire, 349, 497

Wiccamicus on · The Cornworthiad,' 128
Walters (R.) on 'The Wrong Man,' 407

Wild-goose chase, obsolete English game, 512
Walton, Lancashire, and Walton family, 14

Wilde (Oscar), bibliography, 13
Walton (Capt.), his celebrated dispatch, 494

Will o' Gloucester on Boddington family, 10
Wangun, etymology of the word, 367

Williams (A. J.) on Quapladde, 256
War, its old pronunciation, 514

Williams (C.) on ‘Religio Medici,' 1707, 288
Ward (H. Snowden) on bell-horses, 33

Willcock (J.) on authors of quotations wanted, 374
Lorna Doone,' 188

Charles I., 336
Ward surname, its origin, 109, 154

Dickens and Homer, 505
Warden (G. C.) on Napoleon's

chessmen, 349

Wills of lawyers, flaws in, 266
Warelondes, temp. Edward III., its meaning, 507 Wilson (T.) on pot-hooks and hangers, 433
Washington family pedigree, 25

Spelling changes, 171, 273
Waterloo, Napoleon's carriage after, 170, 313, 357, Wilson (W. E.) on impecuniosity, 126
393, 434

Ruskin's
Waterlooensis on Napoleon's carriage, 236

Wimborne Minster, Capt. Ford at, c. 1645, 447
Watson (Chr.) on 'An Evening Star,' 348

Windmills in Sussex, 149, 214, 276, 397, 413
Authors of quotations wanted, 228

Windmills with many sails, 276, 397, 413
" Paws off, Pompey," 329

Wine, effect of oranges on, 429, 493
Watson (J.) on legends on English coins, 183

Wine, birch-sap, its manufacture, 506
Obsolete English games, 361, 402

Wine for the King of Spain, and Gordon family, 270
Princess Royal, 469

Wine-making, effect of women on, 188, 256, 295

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