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Jack: Eating poor Jack, 76, 131, 215, 353
Laborare est orare, 147

Lettered ease, 273

Louse: As proud as a louse, 388, 418

Man convinced against his will, 168, 272
Nom de plume, 326

Practical politics, 347, 395, 495

Quot linguas calles, tot homines vales, 66
Republic of letters, 247, 393

Sheds It fair sheds, 15, 192

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R. (E.) on Gaelic words, 113

R. (G. H.) on Archer family, 408
R. (J. F.) on Philazer, 395

R. (J. L.) on Ambrose Gwinett, 116
R. (J. R.) on Irish queries, 110

R. (L. C.) on Highland Light Infantry, 367
R. (N. E.) on "Jingo," 334

Sandwich Islands, their King and Queen, 105

Sing old Rose and burn the bellows, 77, 173, R. (R.) on " Ale-dagger," 436, 494
256

Spirited away, 155

Ventre-saint-gris, 354

While away, 109, 192, 276

Punch, the beverage, 166

Purl, the beverage, 166

Pym (John), alleged portrait, 57

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Cities are like a kind of bird (?), 149

Even from that day misfortune dire, 9, 189
Fetch the day about from sun to sun, 307
God is in heaven, and all is well, 269, 359
He plies no self-suspecting strife, 69
Her robe, ungirt from clasp to hem, 140
I'll call down fairies from the moon, 269

"As proud as a louse," 418
Fray-bug, its meaning, 493
"Gee! Wo!" 55

Lyly (John), his 'Euphues,' 454
Shakspeare (W.), his commentators, 17
"Whether or no," 356

R. (S. W.) on Copplestone family, 47
R. (W.) on William Tell, 432

Radcliffe on Hawisia de Ferrers, 497

Raimbach (Abraham), engraver, 126, 294, 391

Rait (R. S.) on Grey Friars' Church, Aberdeen,
386

Ralegh (Sir Walter), unpublished letters, 481
Randall (J.) on Arabella Fermor, 458

Grote (G.), his ' Greece,' 13
Zolaesque, new word, 54, 214

Randolph (E. G. L.) on Great Chesterford Church,
368

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Ratcliffe (T.) on Long chalks," 33

Crank, its meaning, 53

Rayment (H.) on palfrey and post, 357
Rayner (R.) on Peninsular medal, 108

Rebellion of '98, localities identified with, 422

Records, public, at Record Office, 341, 381, 421,

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Redford (G.) on From Oxford to Rome,' 207
Reeds for writing, 52, 116, 311, 375

Indocti discant, et ament meminisse periti, 189, Regiments, Royal Scots Greys, 36, 115; Princess

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Anne's Horse, 74; 33rd, 267, 377; Highland
Light Infantry, 367, 498; 40th, 469
Register and registrar, 234
Registers, their restoration, 67
Rents in 1699, 346

Revolutions, Plato on, 147, 232
Riddles, cockney, 185, 295

Rigg (J. M.) on Henry Maddock, 227

Ripon Cathedral, St. Wilfrid's Needle at, 163, 335;
old customs at, 447

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

Robbins (A. F.) on Bracebridge Hall, 273
Buckingham Palace, 108

Chester called Westchester, 492
Gladstone bibliography, 329
Kingsley (C.), his last lines, 496

Newhaven (Charles Cheyne, Viscount), 453
Robins (George), auctioneer, 358

Robinson (F. W.) on Nat. Lee's 'Alexander,'
117

Robinson (Sir Thomas), Bart., and his sister, 427
Rockstaff, its meaning, 260, 394

Rodger's blast or rodges-blast, its derivation, 106,
373

Rolls at Record Office, 341, 381, 421, 461
Roman bell, 485

Romans in Britain, discoveries of their villas, 234
Rook, popular use of the word, 367, 396, 457
Rosa d'Oro, its history, 343, 476

Rose, damask, whence imported, 88, 149, 339
Rose: "Sing old Rose," &c., 77, 173, 256
Rose family of Kilravock, 142, 393
Rossi (Charles), R.A., sculptor, 346
Rossler (G.) on telephonic message, 394
Rousseau (Jean Jacques) and Theodore
209

Royal marriages, English, 466

Rubber at whist and bowls, 68, 173, 334
Rudhall (Abraham), bell-founder, 134
Rumbold family, 488

Runners. See Bow Street runners.

Rush, as a transitive verb, 368, 495

Rush (Capt.), his biography, 348, 418

Russell (Lady) on third Viscount Bourke, 337

Brouette, its meaning, 71

'Cene,' book called, 314
Luce, its meaning, 93

Margate, grotto at, 96
Palmer (John), 216
Sedan chair, 55

S. (J. B.) on James Henthorn Todd, 434
Vase, fairy, 125
Zolaesque, 213

S. (R.) on Junius's Letters, 51
S. (W. S.) on Austin Bernher, 148
Saas, place-name, 48, 397

"Sacerdotes coronati" in England, 128, 178
St. Andrews on arms of Earl of Lindsay, 327
St. Citha, her biography, 12, 73

St. Clair family of St. Clair Abbey, 109
St. Clement's Day, custom on, 29, 94, 158
St. Cuthbert, his seal, 53, 114, 155

St. Ffraid, legend of, 33, 96

St. Govor's Well, Kensington Gardens, 288, 330
St. Grasinus, his identity, 107, 198, 232

St. James's Square, its history, 16

St. Jeron, his biography, 129, 295

St. Labre, second edition of his Life,' 89

St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, 46; its library
school, 348

St. Mary, Minories, 466, 499

St. Michael's Feast, its date, 209, 273, 317
St. Obert, or Bert, 408

Parker, St. Swithin on Bachelors' Doors, 296

Shakspeare (W.) and his commentators, 71
Smith (Margaret), 75

Swan, silver, 418

Russian language, Western words in, 305


S. (A. M.) on feast of St. Michael, 209
S. (B. W.) on "Republic of letters," 393
S. (C.) on cause of death, 275

Eke-names, parish, 252

Lee (Nat.), his 'Alexander,' 117
S. (E. M.) on Sophy Daws, 190
"Nom de plume," 326

S. (F. G.) on Col. Charters, 34
"Curse of Scotland," 398
Portraits wanted, 36

Wallis (H.), his 'Elaine,' 117

S. (G. S.) on verses by Whittier, 9

S. (H. H.) on ' De Gestis Tancredi,' 17
Newspaper, unstamped, 1744, 206
Rents in 1699, 346
Translator cobbler, 25
"Windful," quoted, 86

S. (J.) on verses ascribed to Lord Sherbrooke, 97
S. (J. B.) on siege of Bunratty, 374

Legge (Tom), 23

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Birthday of the Year,' 1

Boxing Harry," 275

Canary bird," 472

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St. Victor, saints of the name, 129, 217, 351

St. Wilfrid's Needle, Ripon, 163, 335

St. Wolfram's or St. Wolfran's, Grantham, 446
Salisbury, its recorder, 1642, 68, 312
Salisbury Missal, translations, 56, 114
"Saller mony," its meaning, 408, 498
Salter (S. J. A.) on octagonal fonts, 351
Heraldic query, 57

Luce, its meaning, 155
Sheriffs, their dress, 188

Saltero (Don), his coffee-house, 128, 235

Salzbery, "Ambassadeur du Roy d'Angleterre," 1502,
101, 197, 272, 370

Samplers, early, 327, 473

Sand: "Looking into black sand," 449

Sand-trays for writing, 188, 233

Sandwich Islands, their King and Queen in England,
in 1824, 105, 177, 238

Sans Paviours, street name, 148
Sapphics, English, by a schoolboy, 289, 358
Sayle (C.) on Recollections of Rugby,' 48
Scaramuccio on engraving by W. Kent, 207
Scarcity, root of, 268, 318

Scarlett (B. F.) on Robert Auguillon, 327
Castle, heraldic, 474

Enfield and Edmonton, 458, 492
Heraldic query, 448

Vole, its etymology, 274

Schartachan, its meaning, 429
Schrumpf (Gustave A.), his death, 80
Scientific terms, their misuse, 286, 436
Scio, massacre at, 387, 430, 492
Scotch, Lowland, 306

Scotch Church of Campvire, Holland, 411
Scotch counties, their origin, 229, 331, 415
Scotland, French prisoners of war in, 72, 156
Scots Greys, Royal, 36, 115

Scott family of Middlesex, 250
Scott (E.) on Shakspeare in Oxford, 5
Scott (Sir W.), Berkshire villages in 'Kenilworth,'
26; Abbotsford described in a line, 68, 151; on
Shakspeare and Molière, 158; and the Good
Devil of Woodstock,' 168, 256; as a "quotable"
poet, 184; Old Mortality' and Paterson's de-
scendants, 264; deaths of some contemporaries,
265; Dallom-Lee in 'Lord of the Isles,' 308; allu-
sions in "Waverley Novels," 467

Seal, Great, stolen, 267, 415

Shakspeariana :-

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Love's Labour's Lost, Act III. sc. 1, "Penne of
observation," 284; Act V. sc. 2, "My griefs
are double," 284

Midsummer Night's Dream, Act III. sc. 2,
"No, no; heele seem to break loose," 102;
Act V. sc. 1, "Wondrous strange snow,"
102

Richard III., Act V. sc. 4, "My kingdom for a
horse," 103

Romeo and Juliet, Act III. sc. 2, "Runawayes

eyes," 285; sc. 5, "Hour, tide, time," 103
Sonnet CXXVI., " Sickle hour," 102, 285
Timon of Athens, Act III. sc. 4, "Vllorxa,"
102

Shanly (W.) on Junius's Letters, 112
Shedbarschemoth, its meaning, 429
Sheffield, "Sans Paviours" at, 148

Sheppard (Sir James), Knt., Serjeant-at-Law,
208

Shepperton, willow on eyot, 285

Sherbrooke (Lord), macaronic verses ascribed to,
97

Sheriffs, their official dress, 188, 258
Sherson (Alexander), his biography, 267
Sherwood (G. F. T.) on George Isham, 357
"Shillam eidri," its meaning, 28
Ships, marks and letters on, 13
Short cutler, its meaning, 247
Shrove Tuesday custom, Bavarian, 368
Siddons (Mrs. Sarah), her residence in Paddington,
267, 396, 469

Sidney (Sir Philip), parallel in Shakspeare, 305

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Seals, stories about, 124; foreign heraldic, 238; old 'Siege of Belgrade.' See Austrian Army.'
copper, 348

Sebastian on Alderman Curtis, 296

Sects, Jewish, 18

Sedan chair, why so called, 54, 214, 333

Sedgwick (Daniel), hymnologist, 18

Sedley (Sir Charles), his death, 388
Séjan, an "unlucky horse," 449
Serocold (R.) on Archer family, 492
Shagreen, its preparation, 164

Shakspeare (William), in Oxford, 5, 73; and Molière,
9, 70, 158, 169, 318, 416; his commentators, 17,
71; his mulberry tree, 76, 257; modern French
critic on his comedies, 81, 158; Bp. Warburton's
'Shakespear,' 141, 203, 262; "Its" in his plays,
147, 253; Sir Walter Scott on, 158; and Green,
227, 331; and Sir Philip Sidney, 305; relics, 346,
452; monument in Westminster Abbey, 364

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Sight, "second," 307, 412, 496
Sigma on Col. Charters, 192, 492

Jennings family, 34

Langford (Sir Henry), 308

St. Clair: Maxwell: Campbell, 109

Steward (Charles), of Bradford-on-Avon, 154,
255

Sigma Tau on 'Dictionary of National Biography,'
184

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Sikes (J. C.) on White Christ," 378
Eke-names, parish, 252
Judges, their robes, 194
Veto, royal, 456

Silver in bells, 105, 175, 269, 432
Silver Swan, badge or order, 387, 417, 438
'Simple Simon,' nursery rhyme, 25

Simpson (W. S.) on Decalogue on mediæval diptychs,
150

Lamb (Charles), 76

Reeds for writing, 375

"Sacerdotes coronati," 178

St. Govor's Well, 330

Skeat (W. W.) on Chesney family, 214, 336
"Dimanche de Quasimodo," 437
Engendrure, use of the word, 451
Fod, misprint for "Flod," 266
Henchman, its etymology, 194
"In Memoriam,' its metre, 337
Lady of the Bedchamber, 247, 392
Mere-stone, 329

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Stoat, its derivation, 455

Strachey family, 14

Trout, its plural, 474

Yetminster and Ockford, 327, 409

Skirt, or right of pasture, 268
Slaughter family, 17, 75, 155

Slave trade in England, 109, 253, 373

Sleet (T. R.) on rhyme on Calvinism, 475

Fonts, octagonal, 456

Slopseller, its meaning, 289, 410, 491

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Mulberry tree, old, 257

Shakspeare (W.) and Molière, 318

Storace (Stephen), engraved portrait, 348
Stormy petrel in Chelsea Reach, 7
Strachey family, 14, 134, 256

Strassburg Cathedral, silver model, 408
Strathern earldom, 389

Straw tied to street-door, 327, 434

Sturton (Charles, Lord), his biography, 188, 314
Sugar-plums, their history, 407, 489

Superstition, extraordinary, 144; at Dunkirk, 264

Smart (Christopher), words in his 'Song to David,' Surnames from names of days and months, 93
109, 156

Smelts known as sparlings, 33, 96

Smith family of Yorkshire, 448

Smith (Margaret), portrait and marriages, 8, 75,
275

Smith (Richard), author of 'Trial of Trueth,' 28
Smith (W. A.) on Commines bibliography, 247

Smollett (Dr. Tobias), his 'Roderick Random,' 12;
and Goethe, 55

Snapdragon on heraldic query, 247
Snell (Hannah), military heroine, 77

Sneyd (G. W.) on Kinnersleys of Loxley, 448

Snob cobbler, 428, 479

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Sussex House, Fulham, 468

Swan, silver, as a badge, 387, 417, 438
Sweeting (W. D.) on "Commenced M.A.," 252
Sperate, its meaning, 233

Swift (Dean), his brother, 447
Sweetmeats. See Sugar-plums.

Swift (Dean Jonathan), Aldine edit., 1833, 28, 115;:
reputed brother, 447

Sword-blades, hollow, 8, 334

Sykes (W.) on the derivation of influenza, 334
Poisoning by arsenic, 297

Sombreset, "Hérault du Roy d'Angleterre," 1502, T. on Daniel Defoe, 91

101, 197, 272, 370

Somersetensis on a pamphlet, 89

Songs and Ballads :-

God save the Queen, 107, 357

King and Lord Bigod of Bungay, 207, 435
Welsh, 68, 152

Sonnet, sonnets on, 98

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T. (D. C.) on Thomas Gray, 146, 247
"Its," history of the word, 147
Plantagenet, the last, 166, 193

T. (D. K.) on 33rd Regiment, 267
T. (H.) on St. Mary, Minories, 466

T. (K. G.) on Chesney family, 58

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

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T. (W.) on Chesney family, 135

T. (W. B.) on Kennedy baronetcy, 347
T. (Y.) on tithe barns, 314

Tallow chandler, retired, allusion to, 448
Tananarivo, Madagascar, 77, 312
Tancock (O. W.) on Chauceriana, 366
Hospitale Conversorum, 316

Tancred: De Gestis Tancredi,' 17

Tang je puvs on Tennyson and Lytton, 328

Tarring and feathering, early notice, 18

Tart Pie, their difference, 116

Tassie (James and William), their portrait medallions,
288, 368, 396

Tate (W. R.) on a commonplace book, 212
Taunton bibliography, 68

Taupe on Kilmeston Manor House, 7

St. Victor, 218

Vaux (Anne), 175

Tavaré (F. L.) on portraits of Burns, 30
Yates family, 33

Tavern sign, Triple Plea, 110

Taylor (I.) on double f as an initial, 24
Forth and ford, 485

Lemgo, Lippe Detmold, 337
Manila, its etymology, 359
Saas, place-name, 397

Tananarivo, Madagascar, 312
Turk's Island, 312

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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

216, 278

Telepathic obsession, 384, 494

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
Bucketing, 33

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

Jesuit playwright, 71

Lincolnshire bagpipes, 13

"Man convinced against his will," 273

Marriage by capture, 325

Mistake: Mistaken, 251

Notchell, its meaning, 98

Philazer, his office, 299
Rubber at bowls, 334

"Shall" or "Will," 208
"Spirited away," 155

Tennyson (Lord), his Crossing the Bar,' 315

Threep, the verb, 296

Tory, its derivation, 368

Trout, its plural, 474

Vole, its etymology, 274

Water mill, 116

"Whether or no," 186

"While away," 276
Whip-dog Day, 182

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Zoo Zoological Gardens, 96

Tew (E. L. H.) on Rev. Richard Walter, 447

Thirlestaine on heraldry, 127

66

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

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

378

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Thornfield on Bracebridge Hall, 412
Thorpe (W. G.) on rhymed deeds, 147
Practical politics," 495
Thoyts (E. E.) on Queen Elizabeth and Mary, Queen
of Scots, 242, 281, 344, 403
"Three stirs and a wallop," street cry, 86
Heraldic query, 455
Threep, the verb, 53, 114, 296

Thunderstorm, poets in, 22, 95, 175, 230
Thunderstorm, terms used in connexion with, 74,

94

Tiberius, years of his reign, 168
Tiglath-Pileser, its significance, 446
Time, its course, 96

Tippins family, 308, 376

Tithe barns, 16, 314, 434

Tithe commutation awards, 8

Title, Highness, 409, 478

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

Todd (James Henthorn), D.D., his biography,
434

Toddy, the beverage, 166

Tokens, leather, 36, 97;

239

Tolny. See Udny.

arms on, 69; old, 209,

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

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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

Townshend (J.) on

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Townshend (Mrs.) on George Townshend, 329

Tram, its etymology, 96, 373

Translator cobbler, 25, 115

Tree, oldest in the world, 207, 311, 336

Treswell, Notts, belfry custom at, 462

Treworgie (John), Commissioner of Newfoundland, 28

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