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Pamela, pronunciation of the name, 265

Peyton (E.) on Lady Hatton, 90
Pancake bell in Newcastle, Shrove Tuesday custom, 166 Pharmacopoeia, definition of the word in N.E.D.,'347
Pantaloons v. trousers, 207, 271

Phin (J.) on flint and steel, 452
Paolo and Francesca, Dante on, 229

Matches in Congreve, 451
Papal styles : “Pater Patrum,” 368, 450

Phipps (Col. R. W.) on Cromwell and Chalfont
Papyrus and parchment, 48

St. Giles, 210
Paramoudra, etymology of the word, 209

Phipson (Evacustes A.) on Cathay, 168
Paratout, use and meaning of the word, 206

Latin pronunciation in England, 294
Parchment and papyrus, 48

Wound, 391
Parham (Arthur Groom), Magdalen chorister, his Photographer=shadow-catcher, 67
recollections, 383, 477

Pianists, musical composers as, 34, 236
Paris, Massacre of St. Bartholomew in, 389

Piccaninny, origin of the word, 27, 128, 255, 317, 515
Parish bull and boar in 16th century, 126

Pickford (J.) on Admiral Christ epitaph, 475
Parish document, curious, 248

Authors of quotations wanted, 328, 428
Parish registers, curious entries in, 26

Bell inscriptions at Siresa, 436
Parry (Lieut.-Col. G. S.) on inscriptions at Bellagio, 164 Benbow (Admiral), his death, 56
Parry (J.) on early British names : 101, 363

Charles I. : his physical characteristics, 211, 414
Parry (J. H.) on Hebrew Maiden's Answer,' 413

"Christmas Boys, Tbe,' 75
Revett of Checkers, 418

Dump, its meanings, 426
Parry and Halley families, 89

Edward IV.'s wooing at Grafton, 27
Parson has lost his cloak, obsolete English game, 512 Granger annotated by Caulfield, 225
Parsons (Father), his portrait, 490

Henry IV.' Part I., II. i., 145
Paston or Bedingfield (Dorothy), her parentage, 74 Kent (Duke of), his children, 172
Pastoral astronomy, 104

Kirby Hall, Northants, 275, 458
“Pater Patrum " and styles of the Roman Pontiff, Linwood (Miss), her gallery, 393
368, 450

Moke, a donkey, 115
Pawnshop, earliest use of the term, 514

Pacolet, its meaning, 355
Payne (Tom), his “Literary Coffee-house” at Mews * Penrose's Journal”: turtle riding, 216
Gate, 409, 492

Pillion : flails, 497
Peacock (E.) on authors of quotations wanted, 12, 428 "Poor dog Tray”: 'Old Dog Tray,' 137
“Bat Bearaway," 168

Popjoy, a verb, 136
B.V.M. and the birth of children, 377, 437

Scott illustrators, 131
Custis (John), 90

Seringapatam, 317
Poll-books, 415

“ Then with Rodney we will go," 295
Portobello, in England, 277

Thirkell family, 252
Sobriquets and Nicknames,' 430

Toad's immurement, 185
Sulphur matches : match-maker's song, 396

Vernon (Dorothy), the legend, 53
Windmills in Sussex : windmills with many York’s " oldest inhabitants," 245
sails, 413

Pictorial blinds, 429, 493
Pedestrianism in 1733, 511

Pictures in Teddington Library from Elmfield House,
Pedlar's rest at Lapworth, 266, 415

88, 136, 194
Peet (W. H.) on Byron’s Don Juan,' 34

Pierpoint (R.) on Adespota, 215
Jukes (Rev. Andrew), 97

" Bawms March," 516
Kent (Duke of), his children, 115, 235

“Black Horse” Inn, 475
Macaulay's letters to Randall, 55

Britisher, the term, 243
Newbery (John), bis grave, 76

Cantus Hibernici '73, 257
Pemberton (H.),Jun., on Sir Anthony Cooke's wife, 490 Charles I. : his physical characteristics, 252
Stanley (William), sixth Earl of Derby, 248

Dyche (Thomas), schoolmaster, 307
Vere (Edward de), 17th Earl of Oxford, 409

Ely House or Albemarle House, 312
Pennell (Mrs.), Magyar oath in her ‘Life of Leland,' “Go to pot,” 106
25, 77

Humphries (Richard), the prizefighter, 13
Penny (F.) on Californian English, 36

Imperial phrases, 417
Eslyngton : Islington, 93

“Kingsley's Stand," 294
Matross : topass, 412

Lightfoot (Hannah), portrait, 350
Poonah painting, 195

Linwood (Miss), her gallery, 281
Penny wares wanted, 497

Marly horses, 352
Penrose (Llewellin), turtle - riding story in his Matches in Congreve, 351
'Journal,' 148, 216, 277

Moke, a donkey, 257, 473
Pentonville, John Stuart Mill's house at, 413

Napoleon's carriage, 313, 434
People to be avoided or cultivated, 130, 175

Non sentis, inquit, te ultra malleum loqui!" 249
People's Charter, political song, 128

“Old Highlander," 92
Perring (Sir P.) on Shakespeariana, 483

Oxford Chancellorship election, 326
Persia, mourning rites in, 230, 338

"Poor dog Tray": "Old dog Tray,' 137
Petherick (E. A.) on Bishop Island, 116

Post boxes, 173
Petherick (J.) on The Kingdom's Intelligencer,' 238 Reade (C.), his Greek quotation, 110
Petrarch, two greyhounds in Canzone cccxxiii., 445 Richard II.: his arms, 337

Pierpoint (R.) on rump of a goose and drinking bouts, Pole or Poole (German), his knighthood, 16, 54, 113
190

Police Office, Police Court, and Public Office, 47,90,217
St. George's Chapel Yard, Oxford Road, 135 Polinda and Albarosa, picture by Cosway, 190
Scott (Rev. Dr. F. G.), 386

Politician on B.V.M. and the birth of children, 417
Thune: Eil-de-beuf, French slang, 50

Every man has his price,” 367
“Tire le rideau, la farce est jouée," 266

Fathers of the House of Commons, 486
Toole (J. L.), 118

Fire: fire out, 308
Walker (Sarab), “Old Campaigner”: “Marquis People's Charter : political song, 128
of Granby” public-house, 464

Pollard (H. T.) on Ulidia, house motto, 356
Pigott (W. J.) on Graham and Little parentage, 427 Pollard (M.) on Lyttons at Knebworth, 314
Jefferson of Westward, Cumberland, 508

Porlock Church, 293
Pikes for arming the people, Chalfont St. Giles tradi. Pollard-Urquhart (Col. H. E. R.) on Bidding prayer, 32
tion, 210

Poll-books, Sussex, 70; bibliography, 349, 415; Lin.
Pincushions, their introduction, 447, 496

colnshire, 509
Pink (W. D.) on “Idle Dick Norton,” 376

Pomme on Cox's orange pippins, 508
Moore (Mr. D. M.), 466

Pomperkin, old term for cider, 187, 232
Pine, crooked, considered lucky, 447, 496

Ponthieu (Countess of), her family, 148
Piscon-led, meaning of the term, 226, 376

Pony, earliest quotation for the word, 267
Pitch-caps put on human heads and set on fire, 169, 233 Pook (H. W.) on Sussex poll-books, 70
Pithay, street-name, its origin, 168, 235, 418

Poonah painting, 107, 232
Pitt, Lord Macaulay on satire on, 289, 315

“Popery, tyranny, and wooden shoes,” the English.
Pius X., anagram on, 158, 251

man's antipathy, 327, 393
Place-names, American, their varying pronunciation, Popjoy, etymology of the word, 88, 136
17, 276

Porlock Church, niche in nave of, 228, 293
Platt (I. H.) on Abraham Lincoln and European Porter (Miss Jane), Highgate romance in her 'Scottish
politicians, 433

Chiefs,' 343
Platt (J.), Jun., on Anglo-Indian Little Jack Porter (Sir R. K.), his panoramic painting of the
Horner,' 45

Storming of Seringapatam,' 230, 317
Beitzmer=Irishman, 345

Portobello, game and place-name, its derivation, 88,
Botha, the name, 486

198, 277, 355
Bulk and Baskish bulka, 273

Portraits of engineers, 347, 514
Californian English: American coin-Dames, 136 Post, used for bugle or trumpet sound, 389
Camoens, Sonnet cciii., 233

Post boxes, their introduction, 72, 173
Cathay, its pronunciation, 235

Post Office, new General, Roman remains found on
Ceiba, its spelling, 334

site of, 510
Copin (King): St. Coppin, 74

Postage stamps, 1839-62, literary references, 289
“Esprit de l'escalier,” 237

Pot-gallery, use and meaning of the word, 388, 431
Habib Ullah, its pronunciation, 87

Pot-hooks and hangers explained, 388, 432
Haze, its meanings, 213

Potie Warden, meaning of the term, 6, 79
Hurstmonceaux, its pronunciation, 248

Potter, Dr. Johnson as, 468
Ixtlilxochitl and other Aztec pames, 325

Potts (R. A.) on sonnets by A. and F. Tennyson, 159
Linguistic curiosity, 357

Pourcuttle: pourcontrel, original form of the word, 427
Maghzen, its meaning, 11

Power (Lieut. T. B.), killed in naval action, 246, 352
Mahalla, its meaning, 96

Powwow, use and meaning of the word, 265, 497
Maru, Japanese word, 318

Poynts, use and meaning of the word, 1640, 189, 232
Matross : topass, their meaning, 411

Præmunire, etymology of the word, 189, 257
Mesteque, its etymology, 105

Precedent, spelt president, 227
Mitis, its etymology, 115

Precket, Devon dialect word, its meaning, 206
Pennell's Life of Leland,' 25

Pre-Reformation usages, chantries and church stores,
Powwow, its meaning, 265

467
Rājā-i-Rājgăn, Indian title, 66

Presbytery, last will of a, 244
Ramsammy, its meaning, 473

President, used for precedent, 227
St. Oswald: “Gescbeibte Turm," 11

Preston Jubilee, theatrical performances, 227, 276, 417
Scivroogh, its meaning, 516

Prideaux (Col. W. F.) on Obarles I., 253, 414
Slovenish language, 436

Goldsmith's elegy on a mad dog, 297
Supawn, its origin, 163

Hornsey Wood House: Harringay House, 216, 371
Thune: Eil-de-beuf, French slang, 8

Houses of historical interest, 312, 472
Tobacco, its etymology, 167

Linguistic curiosity, 307
Tradagh=Drogheda, 328

Pamela, 265
Ulidia, house motto, 356

Spelling changes, 218
Wangun, its etymology, 367

Westminster changes, 1906, 232
Ward surnamne, 154

Prideaux (W. R. B.) on "La Hueste Antigua,” 387
Ytene, its pronunciation, 186

Pictures at Teddington, 194
Plump in voting, use of the word, 77

Primero, obsolete English game, 402
"Plumper's Inn" and plump in voting, 205

“Priace" Boothby, his biography, 405
Podike, use and meaning of the word, 293

Princess Royal, earliest use of the title, 469

Printers and booksellers, Cambridge, 26, 75

Quotations:-
Prior (W. R.) on Albert Borgard, 308

Amongst the wide waves set, 208, 254
Prisoner's base, obsolete English game, 512

An old lady in Babylon bred, 448
Pronunciation : Latin, in England, 108, 170, 294 ; And while the priest did eat the people stared, 309
wound, 328, 390 ; war, 514

At enim trophæum, 49, 158
Protogenes, his painting of dog frothing at mouth, 373 Bells they shall ring for thee, 428
Provence, pastoral astronomy in, 104

Beware lest it be the desire for change, 49
Proverbs, French, collected by Abbé Tuet, 49

Black is the raven, black is the rook, 212
Proverbs, old, new light on, 407, 457

Blessings beyond hope or thought, 40
Proverbs and Phrases :-

But the man himself with bis inind and heart, 309
As poor as rats, 469

But when I came into merry Carlisle, 489
Carrying coals to Newcastle, 105

Christian soldier, must we sever? 269, 391,413,516
C'est le cheval aux quatre pieds blancs, 378

Cloth of gold, do not despise, 245
Conscientious objection, 165

Custom lie upon thee with a weight, 508
Der Hase brouet, 213

Did we think victory great, 228
Esprit de l'escalier, 189, 237, 250, 295, 393

Δύο ημέραι γυναικός, 453
Every man has bis price, 367, 470, 492

Errata alterius quisques correxerit, 149
Face upon conscience, 288

Est bene non potuit dicere, dixit, erit, 338
Il a les pieds blancs, 378

Et la bonne vieille de dire, 149
Lead his own horse, 367

For those short hours of happiness I thank thee, 508
Mony a pickle maks a mickle, 11, 112, 215

For Witherington needs must I wayle, 426
Mother of dead dogs, 457

Fought full fairly with their wrathful hands, 309
Non sentis, inquit, te ultra malleum loqui ? 249 Frescas belvederes, 190, 233, 295, 391
On the mending hand, 387

Friends such as we desire are dreams and fables,
Ossing comes to bossing, 69, 135

389
Parson's nose, 420

Gentle Achates, reach the tinder-box, 396
Paws off, Pompey, 329, 377

Get money, my son, get money if you can, 33
Peacock feathers unlucky, 240

Give my youth, my faith, my sword, 10
Penny saved is twopence got, 48, 97

Have you heard that it was good to gain the day,
Petty France, 120

228
Pop goes the weasel, 107

He came on the angel of victory's wing, 149
Possession nine points of the law, 167

He died as such a man should die, 149
Postage stamps first perforated, 320

He nothing common did or mean, 211
Pull one's leg, 164

How vain is life, 356
Road of words, 290, 354

I expect to pass through this world but once, 140
Rump of a goose, 190, 418

I hear a voice you cannot hear, 55
Set up my (his) rest, 53, 175

I must confess your wine and vittle, 232
Sham Abraham, 469

I praise the Frenchman, 328
So long, 160

Icicles clink in the milkmaid's pail, 208
Sordid bonds of empire, 348, 417

If more is needed to be known, 69
Telling tales out of school, 407

In marriage are two happy things allowed, 309,
Thumb-hand side, 467

374, 453
To go to pot, 106

Je ne voudrais pas reprendre mon ceur de cette
Toujours perdrix, 407, 457

sorte, 215
Unconscionable time dying, 8

La vie est vaine, 15
White man's burden, 348, 417

Let Persian dames th' umbrella's ribs display, 267
Public Office, Police Office, Police Court, 47, 90, 217 Life is as tedious as a twice-told tale, 356
Public service, long, 7

Man dwells apart, but not alone, 208
Pugh (A.M.) on people to be avoided or cultivated, 175 Man never rises higher than when he knows not,
“Pull one's leg,” U.S. slang term, 164

208, 435, 514
'Punch,' and Lord Brougham, 246 ; on Oldridge's Matches and tunder, 396
Balm of Columbia, 289

Mony a pickle maks a mickle, 11, 112, 215
Quadi and Marcomanni, Gibbon on, 89

Ne gubernatoris quidem artem tranquillum mare,
Quapladde, family name, 14, 256

337
Querist on “Kingsley's Stand," 109

No star ever rose or set without influence some-
Quilt, use and meaning of the word, 244

where, 389, 453
Quintain, obsolete English game, 403

Non sentis, inquit, te ultra malleum loqui! 249, 354
Quotations :-

Not by the power of commerce, art, or pen, 233
A long day's journey there lay before, 89

O Charidas, what is there down below ? 228, 274,
A primrose by the river's brim, 28

412
A qua ego nullum confiteor ætatis meæ tempus O marriage, happiest, easiest, softest state, 309
abhorruisse, 309, 374

O mortal man, thou art born in sin, 309
A sable cloud turns forth her silver lining, 60

O sinner ! I come by Heaven's decree, 35
All over loathsome with affectation of the fine O ye who patiently explore, 200
gentleman, 309, 374

Of all the operas that Verdi wrote, 12
'Αλλ' οι γάρ άθυμούντες, 158

Of those for whom we fond emotions cherish, 158
Notes and Queries, July 27, 1907.

Quotations :-

Quotations:-
Omnia incommoda suo iure bona vocabuntur, 176 We mortals cross the ocean of this world, 208, 254
Once, we confess, beneath the patriot's cloak, 237 We possess an aristocracy the most democratic,
One impulse from a vernal wood, 28

428, 493
Patience and gentleness are power, 208

We think so because all other people think so, 176
People to be avoided or cultivated, 130, 175

Weel, it disna matter mickle, 113
Perchance from Salem's holier fields return'd, 213 Whate'er in her horizon doth appear, 309,374
Plato, that plank from the wreck, 208

When Byron died we held our breath, 208
Popery, tyranny, and wooden shoes, 327, 393

When griping grief the heart doth wound, 498
Posui Deum adjutorem meum, 29, 78

When late I attempted your pity to move, 460
Quæ venit indigno pæna, 228, 274

When Shakespear, Beaumont, Fletcher, 247
Quhen to Makferland, wicht and bauld, 231

When we poor middies are pacing the deck, 489
Radnorshire, Radnorshire, 205

Whereas by you I have been driven, 166
Read the Rede of this Old Roof Tree, 314

Whereas we've rescued you, ingrate, 166
Rest thee on this mossy pillow, 208

Who does not venerate the chief of that illustrious
Robin promis'd me, 231

family, 448, 514
Sabina saw, but would not see, 69

Who God-like clasps the triple forks, 428, 493
Sardana, le preux chevalier, 509

Who see a pin and pick it up, 496
She let the legions thunder past, 428

Who shall decide when doctors disagree, 220
Ships that pass in the night, 200

Winding 'neath rocks impending, 309
Silenus, old drunken Silenus, 448

You may trust bim, for he is a frugal man, 309
Since all our lives long we travel towards, 266 R. on Burton's 'Scented Garden,' 449
So passeth in the passing of the day, 208, 254

Roses of Gibraltar, 390
Some say the age of chivalry is gone, 169, 217 R. (A. B. E.) on Scott's · Quentin Durward,' 508
Spartam nactus es, hanc exorna, 105

R. (A. F.) on female auctioneers, 206
Speak, History, who are life's victors ? 328 R. (D. M.) on mysteries of the Embo baronetcy, 315
Steal not this book, my friend, 212

R-e (J.) on Roscoe arms and family, 328
Straight is the line of duty, 140

R. (H.) on Cambridge booksellers and printers, 26
Supine in Sylvia's snowy arms he lies, 309 R. (I.) on picture of lady in red, 129
Tears are the oldest and the commonest, 309, 374 R. (M. A.) on Masonry and religion, 467
The first crowned head that enters Lincoln's Racedham on William Seaton, 446
walls, 75

Radcliffe (J.) on treats: mullers, 517
The hand that rocks the cradle, 140

Radford (G. H.) on 'The Confinement: a Poem,' 368
The heart two chambers hath, 489

Radnorshire rime, 205
The maiden's delight, 35

Rain and lunar halo, 193, 355
The snowclad yew tree stirred with pain, 208 Rājā-i-Rājgān, Indian title, 66
The tombs of Macleod and Maclean, 149

Ramsammy, a drunken spree, 407, 473
The words of the tragedian, Jam mansueta mala, Rance (A. K.) on a musical family: Dr. Jay, 293
293

Randolph (J. A.) on religious houses of Sussex, 415
Their visnomies seemed like a goodly banner, 228 Ratcliffe (T.) on bossing, 135
There dwells the scorn of vice and pity too, 309 • Christmas Boys,' 31
There is a sweetness in autumnal days, 12

Churchyard cough, 7
They mistook the end and overrated the force of Cubbardy, its meaning, 287
Government, 389, 453

Flint and steel, 396
They say that war is hell, a thing accurst, 269, 312 Forwhy, its meaning, 375
Tho' nature, red in tooth and claw, 40

Hammals, its meaning, 353
Though outwardly a gloomy shroud, 35

“ Lead his own horse,” 367
Though with pistols 'tis the fashion, 448

Life-star folk-lore, 196
Thy brandished whynyard all the world defies, 309 Mansfield Gooseberry-Tart Fair, 476
Till down he fell, yet falling fought, 426

Matches in Congreve, 451
Timidi nunquam statuerunt tropæum, 49, 158

Pincushions, 496
Tire le rideau, la farce est jouée, 266

Pins, crooked, 496
'Tis only in the land of fairy dreams, 309

Pot-hooks and hangers, 432
To an exact perfection they have brought, 309 Shadow-catcher=photographer, 158
To-day, too, you bjndered the cook, 426

Spring-heeled Jack, 394
To me the meanest flower that blows, 28

Step-dances, 378
To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow, 356 Taping shoos," 259
Toujours mécontent de ce qu'il vient de faire, Three-candle folk-lore, 54
448, 493

Twilt : quilt, 244
Tout comprendre c'est tout pardonner, 400

"Wax and curnels,” 267, 497
U bi rudentes stridunt, 337

Wound, its pronunciation, 391
Un gros serpent mordít Aurèle, 246, 297

Rauthmel (Rev. R.), curate of Wbitewell, 8, 115
Vicit Leo de tribu Juda, 55, 436

Read (F. W.) on Public Office=Police Office, 90
Vir bonus es, doctus, prudens, 228

Reade (A. L.) on “ Prince” Boothby, 405
Walking in style by the banks of the Nile, 508 Fleetwood of Penwortham, 474
We grow up at random, 309

Russell (Sir William Howard), 465

Reade (C.), Greek quotation in Hard Cash,'110, 176 Roman Pontiff, “Pater Patrum” and other styles,
Recitation : "The Sign of the Cleft,' 47

368, 450
Records, London, uncatalogued in the Guildhall Romani: Gypsy Lore Society, 366
Library, 67

Romeland, origin of the place-name, 58
Reed (E. B.) on Addison and Col. Philip Dormer, 107 Romney (George), his ancestry, 9, 79, 113 ; portrait of
Reeves (H.) on Page of Wembley, 428

Mrs. Jordan, 385 ; house in Cavendish Square, 487
Registration Act, 28 July, 1812, its originator, 186 Rood-lofts in English churches, 482
Reichel (O. J.) on Court Roll terms, 249

Roosevelt (President) and spelling reform, 51
Religion, Carlyle on, 12; and Masonry, 467, 513 Roosevelt surname, its pronunciation, 35
Religious houses of Sussex, 134, 294, 415

Roscoe arms and family, 328
Relton (F. H.) on H in Shropshire, 166

Rose, Isaac Watts on, 105
Remarriage, its effect on courtesy titles, 18

Rose family of Gibraltar, 390
Rendall (Vernon) on Joseph Knight, 501

Rosenthal (L.) on Réponse aux Questions d'un
Rennie (J. A.) on engineers' portraits, 347

Provincial,' 296
Rennie (Rev. John) and Registration Act, 1812, 186 Roosall School, slang at, 125, 193
Revett family of Checkers, Bucks, 168, 310, 418 Rossetti (D. G.), bis • Vision of Fiammetta,' 129, 193
Reynolds (A.) on Hannah Lightfoot, 289

Rotary bromide process, 96
Reynolds (H. F.) on 'Book of Loughscur,' 429 Roundell (Mrs.), her 'Ham House,' additions, 44
Reynolds (Sir Joshua), his portrait of Miss Greville, 29 Rousseau and Voltaire contrasted, 326
Reynolds family and ‘Book of Loughscur,' 429 Rowe (N.), his edition of Shakespeare, 69, 117
Rhyme v. rime, spelling of the word, 517

Royal Kepier School, Houghton-le-Spring, 68, 116
Riall (Sir Phineas), at Paris, 1851, 489

Rudyard family, 328
Richard II., his arms, 188, 249, 337

Ruffhead's 'Statutes at Large,' error in, 105
Right: the right, the wrong, inaccurate use, 46 Ruskin (John), his parents, 132
Rime, Radnorshire, 205

Russell (A.) on O. W. Holmes on citizenship, 475
Rime v. rhyme, spelling of the word, 517

Russell (Lady) on Chapel Royal, Savoy, 493
Riming deed of Job of Gaunt, 78

“Every man has his price,” 471
Ringworm, bell-comb for, 206, 336

Russell (F. A.) on Bidding prayer, 70
Rivett-Carnac (Col. J. H.) on notices in the United "Set up my (his) rest,” 54
States, 373

Shadow.catcher=photographer, 158
Revett of Checkers, Bucks, 310

Strawberry Hill Catalogue, 517
Work indicator, 425

Russell (Sir W. H.), his parentage, 465
Roach=cockroacb, use of the word, 425

Russian and Slovenish languages, their affinity, 381, 436
Road of words, use of the phrase, 290, 354

Rutledge family of Charlestown, South Carolina, 490
Robartes monument, Truro Cathedral, “ County of Rutton (W. L.) on Sir John Barnard, 90, 194
Cornwall and Nowhere” on, 194

Spelling changes, 51
Robbins (A. F.) on author used for editor, 226 Ruvigny (Marquis de) on arms in Congregational
“ Bawms March," 188

Chapel at Chertsey, 269
Boz-pole, use of the word, 106

Chertsey monumental inscriptions, 43, 148, 203,
Cricket report, earliest, 441

364, 504
“Every man has his price," 470

Isabel (Plantagenet), Countess of Essex and Eu,
French of Stratford-at-Bow, 267

147
Junius claimant, 272

Johnson (Lady Arbella), 38
Lincoln and European politicians, 165, 318

La Fayette (Marquise de), 11
“On the mending-hand,” 387

S. (C. V. 8.) on “ Badger's Bush” Inn, 209
aratout, use of the word, 206

Sharpe (Lancelot), 42
Piccaninny, its origin, 515

Stones of London, 513
Tea as a meal, 246

S. (C. W.) on Collection of Thoughts,' 1707, 88
Theatrical benefits, 321

• Fruits of Endowments,' 308, 357
Robbins (Clifton) on “Every man has his price,” 472 S. (F. L.) on authors of quotations wanted, 328
Umpire, 67

S. (G.) on Sir Thomas Lucy, 449
Robbins (R.) on Nelson recollections, 265

S. (G. A.)

on Carlo Goldoni's bicentenary, 127
Ramsammy, 407

S. (G. S. C.) on St. George, 375, 513
Roberts (W.) on Chesterfield and Wooton portraits, 236 S. (H. H.) on flint and steel, 418
“Every man has his price," 471

Languages in Burma, 166
Jordan (Mrs.): Harriet Mellon, 385

S. (H. K. St. J.) on authors wanted, 254, 274
Reynolds's portraits of Miss Greville, 79

Bacon's apophthegms, 328
Scott's “Black Dwarf,' 295

Bells mentioned by Hood, 294
Teniers and miniatures, 454

Cry of Macaria, 251
Rocher de Gayette, tradition of its cleft, 329, 419

Musical composers as pianists, 236
'Rock of Ages ': Gladstone's Latin translation, 369,458 Paramoudra, 209
Roessler (C.) on Joan d'Arc, 447

Shakespeariana, 144
Rogers (Dr. George) and Padua University, 503 S. (J.) on Dr. Johnson's franks, 249
Roget (Peter Mark), engineer, his portrait, 347, 514 S. (L.) on broom.plant as workmen's badge, 466
Roman Catholic and Catholic, 180

Penrose's Journal': turtle-riding, 277
Roman Catholic priests buried in London, 72

S. (P. A.) on musical composers as pianists, 34

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