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THE NINTH SERIES

GENERAL INDEX

OF

NOTES AND QUERIES.

With Introduction by JOSEPH KNIGHT, F.S.A.

This Index is double the size of previous ones, as it contains, in addition to the usual Index of Subjects, the Names and Pseudonyms of Writers, with a list of their contributions. The number of constant Contributors exceeds eleven hundred. The Publisher reserves the right of increasing the price of the volume at any time. The number printed is limited, and the type has been distributed.

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I N D E X.

TENTH SERIES-VOL. I.

(For classified articles, see ANONYMOUS WORKS, BIBLIOGRAPHY, BOOKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED, EDITORIAL,

EPIGRAMS, EPITAPHS, FOLK-LORE, HERALDRY, OBITUARIES, PROVERBS AND PHRASES, QUOTATIONS,
SHAKESPEARIANA, SONGS AND BALLADS, and TAVERN SIGNs.]

A. (E. O. E.) on Franco-German War, 226

Aldwych, derivation of the name, 205
A. (J.) on Addison's daughter, 150

Alger (J. G.) on Thompson Cooper, 337
A. (N. M. &) on heraldic reference in Shakespeare, 338 Greig (Admiral Sir Samuel), 492
A. (R.) on engravings, 370

Reign of Terror, 174
A.E.I.=åel, " for ever," 207

Alleyne (T. and R.), College of God's Gift, 85
A l'outrance, incorrect phrase, 93

Alliteration : “An Austrian army awfully arrayed,"
A past: man or woman with a past, earliest use, 327, 396 its author, 120, 148, 211, 258, 277
Abbots Bromley, horn dancing at, 5, 296

Alternate, use of the word, 47
Abrahams (A.) on Anacharsis, 449

Amban, Tibetan title, 506
Manby (Capt. G. W.), 21

Amblestone Church, its ancient font, 488
Southwell (Right Hon. E.), 158

America, Cheshire cat in, 365, 513
Accentuation, English, 72

American colonies and England, verses on, 105
Acerbative, use of the word, 27, 174

American diplomas and degrees, their value, 44, 207, 297
Ackerley (F. G.) on number superstition, 369

American Loyalists compensated for losses during the
Acre as a measure of length, 101, 143, 354

war, 269, 313, 390
Actify, used instead of enact, 506

Ample, use of the word, 8
Acts of the Apostles, curious Christian name, 171 Anacharsis=the Duke of Argyle, 1815, 449
Adams (F.) on “ Virtue of necessity,” 76, 136 Anagrams on Pope Pius X., 146, 253
Adderbury Church, Oxfordshire, inscription in, 233 Anahuac, pronunciation of the name, 507
Addison (Joseph), his daughter, 88, 149 ; his library Anatomie Vivante, his history, 138, 175
and pictures, 150; on 'Paradise Lost,' 249

Anderson (J. L.) on “God's silly vassal,” 17
Addy (S. O.) on fulture, 296

Anderson (P. J.) on stamp collecting, its literature, 322
"Our Lady of the Snows,” 392

Andrews (W.) on famous barbers, 290
Ploughgang and other measures, 101, 143 Angels, their division into choirs and hierarchies, 294
“Sal et saliva," 431

Angus (G.) on arms of Pius X., 373
Tideswell and Tideslow, 91, 229, 371

Madame du Deffand's letters, 14
'Adeste Fideles,'the ‘Portuguese Hymn,'origin of, 10,54 Animal-baiting, modern forms of, 37
Adlati, fictitious Latin plural, 193

Animals, their immortality, 189, 256, 336
Admiralty Bill Books as new sources of genealogy, Animo Ancipiti on name for å university women's
396, 512

club, 489
Adoil, curious Christian name, 171

Anon, Thackeray's curious use of the word, 246, 337
Æsop, Greek edition of, 268

Anonymous Works :-
African War. See Boer War.

Abbey of Kilkhampton, 12
Alma, its derivation, 515

Accepted Addresses, 488
Ainger (Canon Alfred), his death, 140

Address to Poverty, 43, 151
Ainoo and Baskish languages, 264, 297, 432, 613

Children of the Abbey, 127
Air, composer and origin of, 107

Children of the Chapel, 407, 458
Alako, the Abbeokutan ruler, his title, 468, 512

Die and be Damned, 328, 491
Alcott (Miss L. M.), her •Eight Cousins,' 489

Lord Bateman and his Sophia, 168
Aldenbam (Lord) on the cope, 278

Memoirs of a Stomach, 27, 57, 111, 171
Dorsetshire snake-lore, 264

Pamela ; or, the Fair Impostor, 135
Oprower, 313

Practice of Piety, 15
Aldrich (S. J.) on error in Poliphili Hypneroto. Recommended to Mercy, 109, 232, 338, 484
machia,' 97

Reminiscences of Thought and Feeling, 329
Horace, first edition of, 103

True Methodist ; or, Christian in Earnest, 167
Incendium Divini Amoris,' 2

Willy Wood and Greedy Grizzle, 48
Sun and its orbit, 476

Appiel on birds' eggs, 372

Antiquarian v. antiquary, 325, 396

Ayeahr on “Tymbers of ermine," 449
Antiquary on Hawes : Leman, 8

Aylmer arms, 155
Antiquary v. Antiquarian, 325, 396

Aylsham woollen manufacture, 4, 172
Antonelli (Cardinal), Mr. Marion Crawford on, 50 B. on birds' eggs, 453
Antwerp Cathedral, its foundations, 508

B. (C.) on leper hymn-writer, 227
Aphikia story, Portuguese version, 466

B. (C. B.) on Dahuria, 337
Apothecaries and physicians, their prescriptions, 409, 453 B. (C. C.) on Pindar family, 135
Apperson (G. L.) on · Death of Bozzaris,' 268

Robin a Bobbin, 32
Apprentice books, Ipswich, discovered, 41, 111

“Sit loose to,” 5
Apprentices of merchant seamen, books of, 187, 218 B. (E. G.) on barrar, 435
Aram (Eugene), Bristow on, 389

Wentworth, its local pronunciation, 307
Archæologist on Earl of Egremont, 148, 234

B. (E. W.) on “Humanum est errare," 389
Archer (Daniel), his biography, 448

B. (G.) on new sources of genealogy, 512
Archer (L.) on Daniel Archer, 448

Vicar of Wakefield' in French, 489
Architecture in old times, 290, 333

B. (G. F. R.) on " An Austrian army," 277
Argyle (Duke of), 1815=Anacharsis, 449

Cade (Salisbury), 209
Ariosto, fable in Mr. C. Murray's 'Hearts,' 290

Dean's Yard, Westminster, 336
Aristotle and moral philosophy, 405, 472

Dornford (James William), 68
Arkle (A. H.) on William Hartley, 87

Fitzpatrick (Richard) and C. J. Fox, 146
Miller (W.), engraver, 336

Gibbard (William), 329
Mirfield Book Society, 368

Gilbert (Thomas and Richard), 407
"Scole Inn," Norfolk, 394

Grimaldi (Stacey), his MSS., 267
Armstrong (T. P.) on curious inscription, 85

Kempland (Frederick), 126
Armstrong gun invented by J. P. Drake, 388, 436

Kidd (William Holland), 148
Arthur (Capt.) and Port Arthur, 407, 457

Oxford University Calendar,' 92
Arthur (King), legend of his sleeping, 77, 194

Sellinger, 428
Artillery, lines on, in Camden's 'Remaines,' 164

Speakers of the Irish House of Commons, 293
• Arundines Cami,' J. H. M.' in, 487

B. (H. J.) on Bagshaw, 152
Ash, place-name, its derivation, 72, 113, 137

Riding the black ram, 36
Asb, the oak, and the ivy, 35

B. (H. W.) on Sadler's Wells play alluded to by Words-
“Ashes to ashes” in the Burial Service, 387, 429 worth, 7, 70
Astarte on Batrome, 338

B. (I. B.) on salep or salop, 138
Immortality of animals, 169

Toys, Wykehamical word, 50
Melancholy, 148

B. (J. M.) on Smythies (Henrietta Maria Gordon), 87
River divided, 289

Son of Napoleon I., 107
Russian folk-lore, 347

B. (J. W.) on Nelson's sister Anne, 170
Astley (J.) on February 30, 233

B. (M. C.) on curious Christian names, 237
Robin a Bobbin, 218

B. (M, L.) on frost and its forms, 67
Astley's, “Riding Tailor” at, in 1815, 508

B. (R.) on curious Christian names, 214
Astrapath on game called State, 226

Downing family, 113
Astwick, Yorkshire place-name, spelt Austwiok, 466 Fettiplace, 473
Athenian system of dating, 489

Frost and its forms, 116
Atkinson (Štan. B.) on consumption not hereditary, 427 Gun caster, 448
Ropemakers' Alley Chapol, 466

B. (R. B.) on Wolfe, 108
Still-born children, 281

B. (R. E.) on Dunkeld (James, first Lord), 328
Supervisum corpus, 508

Thackeray quotation, 216
Audain (Rev. John), his biography, 495

B. (R. W.) on English in France, 253
Auden (G. A.) on Audyn or Audin family, 148

Fleetwoods and Milton's Cottage, 422
Copper coins and tokens, 456

B. (S. A.) on baronial family of Somerville, 508
Leche family, 334

B. (W. C.) on Addison's daughters, 151
Audin or Audyn family, 148, 495

Among others," 487
Auncell, a weight, 187, 237

“Ashes to ashes” in the Burial Service, 429
Aurora borealis in Lincolnshire in 1640, 242

Auncell, 187
A usten and Blin marriage, 428

Aylsham cloth, 4
Australian Houses of Legislature, “Bellamy's"in, 169, Becket (Thomas à), his martyrdom, 452
352, 518

Birch-sap wine, 98
Australian vocabularies, 348

Birth-marks, 430
Austwick, Yorkshire place-name, its pronunciation, 466 Chevinier, its meaning, 169
Author and authoress, use of the words, 93

Christian names, curious, 170
Avitabile (Paolo), his visit to London, 188

Collectioner, 94
Axon (W. E. A.) on Cobden bibliography, 481

Comber family, 152
Portuguese version of Aphikia story, 466

Crucifix at north door of old St. Paul's, 165
Ayeahr on fetish, 466

Deffand (Madame du), her letters, 14
Frozen words, 3

Documents in secret drawers, 474
"Ship” Hotel, Greenwich, 454

Easter bibliography, 265
Spanish doggerel, 147

Easter Sepulchre, 265

B. (W. C.) on Edwin Drood 'continued, 37

Bass Rock music, 308, 374, 437
Epitaphs, their bibliography, 217

Batchelor (John), his Ainoo dictionary, 265
February 30, 166

Bates (E. F.) on Aristotle and moral philosophy, 405
· Fide, sed cui vide,87

Marlowe and Shakespeare, 75
Fulture, 225

Bath, Richard Nash at, 32, 96 ; Nelson at, 366
Glass manufacture, 51

Batley, Easter sepulchre at, 1509, 265
“Hanged, drawn, and quartered," 356, 410 Batrome (John), carved woodwork by, 88, 173, 252,
“Jenion's Intack," 477

338, 378
“ Kick the bucket,” 314

Batson (H. M.) on Mortimer, 109
“ Kissed hands," 135

Battlefield sayings, 268, 375, 437
London rubbish at Moscow, 257

Baxter (F. W.) on Baxter's oil printing, 490
Lynold family, 307

Baxter (George), his patent oil printing process, 427, 490
Manor Rolls, guide to, 272

Bayley (A. R.) on Becket's martyrdom, 451
Mayor's seal for confirmation, 447

Bradley, co. Southampton : Clark family, 456
Mount Grace le Ebor', its records, 198

Camden on surnames : Musselwhite, 314
Oxford English Dictionary,' 193

Charles the Bold, 232
*P. P., Clerk of the Parish,' 137

Crowns in tower or spire of church, 17
Parkins (Dr.), 51

Dee (Dr.), his magic mirror, 16
Pindar family, 135

Dorsetshire snake-lore, 253
Plumpton Correspondence,' 466

Dryden portraits, 435
* Practice of Piety,' 15

Egremont (Earl of), 192
Public school, our oldest, 257

Fair Maid of Kent, 374
Purlieu : Bow-rake : Buck-leap, 85

“ Feed the brute," 416
“Sal et saliva," 432

Fettiplace, 396
Sex before birth, 406

Ghent, its arms, 168
Sherlock, 426

Hall (John), Bishop of Bristol, 72
Sleep and Death, 315

Hartley (William), 198, 316
“Son confort et liesse," 232

Marlborough and Shakespeare, 177
Stow, misprints in Thoms's edition, 205

Nelson and Wolsey, 376
Turner : Canaletto, 217

• Oxford University Calendar,' 92
B. (W. E.) on Latin lines, 373

Public school, our oldest, 215, 257
B-r (R.) on engravings, 336

Reade, 393
Martello towers, 356

Rous or Rowse family, 97
Oak, the ash, and the ivy, 35

St. Dunstan, 216
Penrith, 156

Shadwell's 'Bury Fair,' 221
Tideswell and Tideslow, 52

Walbeoff family, 413
B-s (R.) on diabread, 126

Bayne (T.) on anon, 337
Babar (Einperor), his memoirs, 147

Craik (Georgiana M.), 346
Badger in the bag, game, 289, 355

Hasped, 366
Bagshaw (Samuel), his History, Gazetteer, and Hockey, 385

Directory of the County of Kent,' 1847, 9, 152, 295 Irving's History of Scotish Poetry,' 325
Bairn, Scotch word used in Lincolnshire, 415

Oonalaska, 486
Bala, weather at, 347

Pennecuik (Alexander), gent., 386
Balbus on Penrith, 97

Phrase : what is it ! 427
Baldock (G. Yarrow) on medical barristers, 32

Scotch words and English commentators, 261, 456
Ball (F. Elrington) on John Wainwright, Baron of Shanka's mare, 345
the Exchequer in Ireland, 55

Watts's hymns, 508
Banns of marriage, time of their publication, 18 Beadnell family, 17, 515
Baptism, “sal et saliva" in, 368, 431, 514

Beardshaw (H. J.) on “Run of his teeth,” 478
Baptist Minister on Temple College, Philadelphia, 207 Beating the bounds, origin of the custom, 489
Barbers, famous references to, 290, 375, 513

Beaven (A. B.) on Mark Hildesley, 475
Barbey-Boissier (Madame) on Louis XVII., 267 Beaumont (Sir Thomas), of Whitley Hall, co. York,
Barclay-Allardice (R.) on long lease, 32

his motto, 87
Parish register to stop a rat's hole, 266

Beaumont and Fletcher's Valentinian,' quotation from,
Bardsley’s ‘ Dictionary of Place-names,' error in, 505 405
Barnes (Barnaby), plotof 'The Devil's Charter,' 467,509 Becket (St. Thomas a), his martyrdom, references and
Barrar, use and meaning of word, 349, 434, 478, 515 illustrations, 388, 450
Barrett College, North Carolina, its fictitious degrees, 45 Beggi (F. O.), book collector, his biography, 148, 198
Barristers, medical, 32

Begum. See Bhopal and Sumroo.
Barrow, use and meaning of word, 349, 434, 478, 515 Belben (P.) on “send” of the sea, 456
Bartholeyns (A. O'D.) on picture by Frith, 67 Bell: Dead bell: Passing bell, use of custom, 308, 350
Bartolozzi, .Life' by M. Missirini, 289

Bell (R.), his edition of Chaucer, 404
Baskish and Ainoo languages, 264, 297, 432, 513 “Bellamy's” in English and Australian Houses of
Baskish Bible, 284, 315

Legislature, 169, 352, 518
Baskish legends, their recitation, 190, 493

Bells: "ringing the bellsaukeoraukert (awkward),”179
Basle, Council of, Heine's legend, 8, 397

Belludo, supernatural horse of Spain, 417

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Bensly (E.) on authors of quotations, 433

Bibliography:-
Burton's 'Anatomy of Melancholy,'42, 163,203,282 Jonson (Ben), his ' Alchemist,' 223
Horace, first edition of, 338

Leigarraga, German reprint, 284, 315
Latin quotations, 437, 496

L'Estrange, ‘Merry Thoughts in a Sad Place,'
Weather, 38

141, 193, 250
Bent (M.) on Japanese names, 238

Luther (Martin), bis " distich,” 409
Béranger's letter to M. Paques, 165

Macklin (Charles), 506
Berlioz (Hector) and Emanuel Swedenborg, 26

Metbodist, 328
Betham-Edwards (M.) on women voters in counties Milton (John), “painted and popped,” 407
and boroughs, 327

Missirini (Melchiore), ‘Life of Bartolozzi,' 289
Beveridge (A. S.) on Babar's memoirs, 147

Mottley (John), dramatist, 367
Beverley, Easter sepulchre at, 1526, 265

Name origins, 329
Bewley (Sir E. T.) on Heardlome : Heech, 29

"Oxford English Dictionary,' 146, 193, 255
Beyle (Henri), his use of “de,” 34

Parkins (Dr. John), of Little Gonerby, 15, 51
Bezar stone, its properties, 113

Peck (William), 348, 434, 513
Bhopal (Begum of), 14, 68

Penn (William), ‘Fruits of Solitude,' 190, 275
Bianchi (Nicomede), Italian historian, his MSS., 349 Pennecuik (Alexander), 513
Bible, Robert Boyle on, 186 ; Baskish translation, • Plumpton Correspondence,' errors in, 466

284, 315; original of St. Paul's "slowbellies," 405; Publisbing and bookselling, 81, 142, 184, 242,
“Let the dead bury their dead," 488

304, 342
Bible texts, phrases doing duty for, 205

Raynsford (Capt. - Lieut. John), The Yong
Bibliography:-

douldier,' 428, 477, 512
Æsop in Greek, 268

Sarpi (Paolo), his Council of Trent,' 408
Ainoo and Baskish, 264, 297, 432

Scots Peerage,' 404
Alcott (Louisa M.), ' Eight Cousins,' 489

Shadwell (Thomas), his ‘Bury Fair,' 221
Animals, their immortality, 169, 256, 336

Shakespeare (W.), Venus and Adonis, 310; his
Athena Cantabrigienses,' 348, 412

books, 465
Barnes (Barnaby), “The Devil's Charter,' 467 Shorthouse (J. H.), ‘John Inglesant,' 289, 357
Bartolozzi, 289

Sicily, 128
Baskish legends, 190, 493

Stamp collecting, 322
Bianchi (N.), his MSS., 349

Stephen (Sir Leslie), 'English Literature and
Boer War, 1881, 226, 277, 395

Society in the Eighteenth Century,' 288, 357
Bookselling and publishing, 81, 142, 184, 242, Taylor (Jeremy), ‘Holy Living,' 406
304, 342

Teedon (Samuel), his diary, 473
Britons, ancient, 169

Biddenden Maids, their history and bequests, 324, 391
Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy,'42, 163,203,282 Biddy, derivation of the word, 272, 431
Campbell (T.), Prof. L. Campbell's edition, 486 Bijou, brazen, kitchen utensil, 369, 455
Channel Islands, earliest printing in, 349, 436 Billiards, Herbert Spencer on, 48, 113
Chaucer; R. Bell's edition, 404

Bilson (J.) on a French cloister in England, 207
Close (Poet), 409

Birch (H.) on Birch, Burch, or Byrch families, 328
Cobden, 481

Birch, Burch, or Byrch families, 328, 417
Cornish lexicology, 326

Birch-sap wine, its manufacture, 18, 98
Crabbe, 86

Bird (John), Suffragan Bishop of Pentruth, 1527–39,
Craik (Georgiana M.), her first novel, 346

29, 97, 156, 275, 354
*Creevey Papers,' 285, 355, 436

Birds' eggs, their collecting, 327, 372, 453
Dee (John), 241

Birkbeck (R.) on miniature of Isaac Newton, 248, 414
Dibdin (Charles), 463, 502

Birkenhead on lines attributed to Wordsworth, 448
Dickens, continuations of 'Edwin Drood,' 37, 331 Birth-marks, their cause, 362, 430, 493
Dyer (Sir Ed.), “My mind to me a kingdom is,” 487 Biset (Margaret), maid of Queen Eleanor, her death, 468
Easter, 265

Bisk, derivation of the word, 138
Epitaphs, 44, 173, 217, 252, 334

Bismarck (Prince) on the Cretans, 406
French poems and folk-songs, 409

Bitton Church, epitaph on Sir J. Seymour in, 87,137,232
Gaboriau, 'Marquis d'Angival,' 428

Black (W. G.) on derivation of bridge, 394
Gibson (Charles Bernard), 106

“Gallants of Fowey,” 505
Goethe, translations of Wilhelm Meister,' 489 “Go for "=attack, 225
Goldsmith (0.), Vicar of Wakefield'in French, 489 “Little Mary," 70
'Graduati Cantabrigienses,' 348

Mosky, 266
Gray's Elegy' in Latin, 487.

Blackwall, ministerial whitebait dinner at, 213
Gray's Inn, Ancient Orders' of, 367, 434 Blaikley (R.) on step-brother, 329
• Grenadier's Exercise of the Grenado,' 347, 412 Blakeney (E. H.) on Tennyson on Britain, 166
Harvey (Gabriel), whereabouts of bis books, 267 Blaker (R.) on ancient Britons, 169
Herondas, bis date, 68, 216, 336

Blin family, 428, 517
Horace, first edition, 103, 338

Blin-Stoyle (B. W.) on Blin, 428
Hugo (Victor), · Les A beilles Impériales,' 348, 391 Stoyle, 349
Irving (Dr. D.), his "History of Scotish Poetry,'325 Blue eggs used in May Day celebrations, 126, 173
Jaggard-printed books, 506

Boast, etymology of the word, 18

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