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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, Jan. 29, 1910.


Arkle (A. H.) on " Forget not to give," 269

Green (Walter), M.D., of Liverpool, 285

Willme(J.), 15

Armour, parish, 16th century, 422 Arms. See Heraldry. Army, British, c. 1763, 449, 517 Army List, of Battle of the Boyne, 308 Arnold (Matthew) and the yew, 287, 336, 414 Arrowsmith, Devonshire artist, c. 1820, 309,

355

Arthur (Prince), 1502, and window in St. Mar- garet's, Westminster, 269, 357, 453 Astronomy in the Middle Ages, 9,71 Augustinian house at Steeple, Essex, 210 \usten (Canon G.) on Whitby Church, 468 Austin (A.) parodies of his poems, 128, 177, 238 Austin (Roland) on Abbots of Evesham, 78

Cainsford, Gloucestershire, 436 Australasia, Macaulay on olive trees in, 86 Automaton dancers, Dickens on, 58 \uveray or Alveredus, Christian name, 397, 416 Aviation, use of the word, 86 ; early attempts at,

126, 178. See Flying Machines. \yno (Guy and Agnes), and Heynow family, 61 Ayrshire, ships of Spanish Armada wrecked off,

249, 330, 393 Ayscough (S.) and ' Taxatio Ecclesiastica Nicho-

lai IV.,' 107 Axon (W. E. A.) on ' British Controversialist,' 173

Crozier (Robert), Manchester artist, 355

' Daniel Fosque,' 169

Johnson (Dr.) and Strahan s ' Virgil,' 85

Moore's ' Lalla Rookh,' 368

Newspapers in 1680, 243, 358

Paltock (R.), author of ' Peter Wilkins,' 286

Shylock tract, 76

Southey (Robert), 46

Vegetarian, its derivation, 511

B

B. (A. A.) on" No flowers," 258 B. (A. S.) on Sir Philip Blundell, 490 B. (A. 1.) on "He will either make a spoon," &c., 509

' John Brown,' 338 B. (B.) on Alvary : Auveray, 397 B. (C. C.) on authors of quotations wanted, 255

Bacon (Sir Francis) on tasting, 91

Dickens : Shakespeare : woodbine, 334

Epworth Parsonage ghost, 197, 433

Flying machines in 1751, 374

Gray's ' Elegy ' and ploughing customs, 390

H aspirate in English writers, 492

Hollow loaf foretelling death, 155

Macaulay on literature, 171

" No flowers," 178

One : Oats : their pronunciation, 416

Rowan Tree Witch Day, 296

" Stripping cows," 476

Yew tree, 336

Yorkshire similes, 218 B. (E. S.) on bosting, 193

Spite-fence, 186

B. (F.) on Court of Requests, 208 B. (F. F.) on Fleetwood genealogical puzzle, 362 B. (G.) on Prebendary Henry Barnewell, 495

Bhang : cuca, 490 B. (G. D.) on Sir J. Harington : Sir H. Harrington,

B. (G. F. R.) on Moses Amyraut, 209 Barbour (Richard), 188


B. (G. F. R.) on Brotherton (Sir Thomas William), 490

Devisme (Louis), 428

Dunster (Samuel), 428

Dyer (John), 428

Frodsham (Bridge), 449

Fulford (John), 209

Lane (Sir Richard), 449

Maberley (F. H. ), 490

Neile (Abp. Richard), 449

Vincent (Henry), 188

Welsh Judges, 198 B. (H. I.) on English poem in W T elsh metre, 154

Lincolnshire names, 168, 296

Protocols, 445 B. (I. X.) on authors of quotations wanted, 509

Macaulay on literature, 130 B. (J.) on " Mar " in Mardyke, 310 B. (J. P.) on Lambpark : " One lampte," 388 B. (M.) on John Angel or Anger, 6 B. (R.) on bakers' servants c. 1440, 498

Christmas quarrel fifty years ago, 508

" Correct to a T " : " Right as a trivet," 435

Deaneries unattached to cathedrals, 469

Feet of fines : identifications, 518

Historical MSS. discovered, 497

Pneumatic tyres, 44.5

Yew in poetry, 477

B. (R. S.) on J. Burton, J. Birkett, and St. Leonards, 285

Kelsall (John), Mayor of Chester, 297

" Knave of Jesus Christ," 338

" Mar " in Mardyke, 475

Mauraden, its meaning, 149

Richard II. at Chester, 166

Seacome or Seacombe family, 287

Sotby and Bleasby Manors, Lines, 29 B. (R. W.) on Fleetwood of Calwich, 373 B r (R.) on Dickens : Shakespeare : woodbine, 334

Drawbridges still in use, 198

Haltwhistle, 507

La Roche (Miss), Lady Echlin, 38

Name-corruption : Mountain Bower, 38

St. David : " Taffy-on-a-stick," 118

Triple chancel arches, 255

Twelve suvname, 149 B. (S.) on Neil And Natt Gow, 172 B. (W.) on sacred place-names in foreign lands,

314, 493 B. (W. C.) on Abbots of Evesham, 78

' Abridgement of Calvin's Institution,' 12

Bier-Right : ordeal by touch, 137

" Branne and water," 78

Cab : cabriolet in Dickens, 514

Christmas Bibliography, 506

Crusoe (Robinson), literary descendants, 79

Dickens : Shakespeare : woodbine, 411

Elizabeth (Queen) and 17 November, 404

Gow (Neil and Natt), 172

Gray's ' Elegy ' and ploughing customs, 391

Hen, white, 16

High Stewards temp. Elizabeth, 513

Imprisonment : jury, 68

Louis XIV. tablecloth, 498

Paine (Thomas), his remains, 118

Pestal (Col.), 95

Pig grass : fioning grass, 92

Postscript of a woman's letter, 18

Shakespeare illustrations, 84

Womack (Dr. Laurence), 492