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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, Jari*. 29, 1910.


Crowgay or Crowgie family, 488 Crozier"(R.), Manchester Artist, c. 1850, 308, 354 Crusoe (Robinson), literary descendants, 7, 79, 417 Cuca, where to obtain, in London, 490 Culprit, etymology of the word, 174, 456 Cumberland Hearth Tax lists, 1660-80, 269, 316 Cumberland train bands, c. 1685, 269 Cummings (W. H.) on Rev. William Blow, 234 Cunningham (W.) on pertesen, its meaning, 249 Curious on Magna Charta barons, 149

Marriage licences of diocese of Exeter, 330

Strawberry Hill Catalogue, 492 Curls, boy's, poem on, 88 Curry (Frank) on " tailed " in Fuller, 454 Curry (J. T.) on Edinburgh, 135

H aspirate in English writers, 403

Homer in the eighteenth century, 68

" Noli altum sapere," 216

Curtis (F. J.) on " one," its pronunciation, 375 Curtis (J.) on ta.ckle-house : tackle -porter, 351 Curwen (J. Spencer) on William Gush, 313 Cyranus Lucii Regis Pincerna, in ' De Prsesulibus Anglise Commentarius,' 269


D. on Harvest Supper songs, 71

D. (A. H.) on folk song, 128

D. (H. L. L.) on Denny and Windsor families, 424

Spanish Armada : ships wrecked off Ayr- shire, 393 D. (M. C.) on CoppeVs c La Greve des Forgerons,'

469 D. (M. G.) on Kipling's ' Actions and Reactions,'

329

D. (Q. E.) on authors of quotations wanted, 348 D. (T. F.) on authors of quotations wanted, 178

" Biscuit's throw," 376

Drinking tobacco, 455

" Hackbut bent," 36

Nicknames of persons of fashion, 515

Petre epigram, 411

Roscoe's translation of Cellini, 266

Spanish Armada : ships wrecked off Ayr- shire, 331

Tournaments and jousts, 430

Wolfe (General), his death, 357

Words and phrases in American newspapers,

371

D. (U. J.) on Cowper's name, 516 Daisy (Dainty), c. 1755, his identity, 147 Dance : " purpose," Whyte Melville on, 27 ' Daniel Fosque,' 1882, authorship wanted, 169 Daniels (Harold G.) on High Constable, 309 Dante MSS., recently discovered, 449 D'Arblay (Madame), her diary, 469 Dasent (A. I.) on London taverns, 127 Davelly rain, phrase explained, 76 Davey (H.) on ' King Lear ' on the stage, 224 David (J. L.), painter, his sketch of Marie Antoin- ette, 409, 513

David (W. H.) on Pigott's ' Jockey Club,' 136, 255 Davies (A. Morley) on peninsulas, 36 Davies, or Davis (Black), turf character c. 1790, 37 Davies (D. C.) on taciturn : Grieve in Smollett, 375 Davies (John), his epigram on actors, 1603, 389 Davies (Jonathan Ceredig) on Moon superstitions, 406

River legends, 488

Davies (Lucy) on bee-sting cure for rheumatism, 295


Davy (A. J.) on Marriage like a Devonshire lane,

517

" Old ewe dressed lamb fashion," 237 Pollard (Sir Lewis), 36 Deaneries unattached to cathedrals, 469 Death, Joseph Addison on, 346 Deaths, marriages, and births, their registration,.

96

Decasualization, use of the word, 406 Declaration of Independence and Thomas Paine,

441 Deedes (C.) on original letters of Sir John Fastolf,

201

Short (Tommy) on Aristotle, 392 De Harold (Edmund, Baron), his translations,

108, 452 Delaval (Sir F. B.), and Miss La Roche, 38, 70,

113 ; his biography, 349, 476 Delta on authors of quotations wanted, 348 Denny and Windsor families, 424 Deputation, its definition, 268, 338 De Quincey, quotations and allusions, 95, 139 De Raet Baronetcy, 446 Derby week, and the weather, 8 Derbyshire Christmas custom, 507 De Ros (Baroness), her arms, 187 De Vere (Edward), 17th Earl of Oxford, 266 Devil's saffron, Cornish plant-name, 169, 415 Devisme (Louis), 1720-76, his ordination, 428 Devoniensis (T.) on Col. Godfrey, 268 Toker or Tucker (R.) of Exeter, 268 Tucker (Dean) of Gloucester, 289 Devonshire Regiment, history wanted, 490 Devonshire superstitions, 66 De Vos (V.), painter, c. 1871, 127, 238, 274 Dew-ponds, origin of the term, 17 Dey (E. Merton) on Shakespeariana, 463 Diamonds, called " fossel," 58 Diary, Canadian, queries, 188 Dickens (C.), automaton dancers, 58 ; " Saracen's

Head " in ' Nicholas Nickleby,' 65, 131, 195 ;

and plant-names, 281, 333, 411 ; Mr. Pickwick

and the cabriolet, 385, 514 ; and the Temper- ance meeting, 427 ' Dictionary of National Biography,' additions

and corrections, 24, 124, 262, 282, 402, 447 ;

its inception, 503 t

' Dictionary of National Biography : Epitome,

additions and corrections, 333, 393, 466 Diego on authors of quotations wanted, 109 Heraldic : shields fretty, 218 Louis XVIII. 's queen and Westminster

Abbey, 193

Swords, regulation, 328 Thackeray's ' Roundabout Papers, 78 Dighton, his caricature portraits, 409 ' Dimes and Dollars,' American poem, 250, 291 Dischauce, rare dis- compound, 26 Disgate, rare dis- compound, 26 Disraeli (Benjamin). See Beaconsfield. Diss, Norfolk border town, 170 Dixon (J. A.) on Dixon family, 229 Dixon family, 229

Doctors in London during the Plague, 18 Dodington (George Bubb) and literary circle, 461,

504 Dodsley (Robert), his famous collection of poetry,

63

Dodsley family, 309

" Dog and Pot," shop sign, 244, 298, 414, 474 Dogs, St. Bernard, in England, 388, 478 Dolma Bagcha, Constantinople, its orthography, 6