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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, Jan. 29, 1910.


Evils, field -name, 117

Ewing (J. GK) on Army List of the Boyne, 308

Ireland : Hearth Money Boll, 308 Executioner's block, its use, 26 Exeter Cathedral custom, c. 1820, 170


F. (J. J.) on T. L. Peacock : George Meredith, 88

" What the Devil said to Noah," 93 P. (J. T.) on Bosting : Kevel, 75

Dark room in photography, 7

" Le " before trades, 237

Mechanical road carriages, 31, 96

' Passionate Pilgrim ' : " Lapp 'd in lead," 437

Rhombus, its derivation, 58

St. Bernard dogs in England, 478 F. (T.) on can v. cannot, 369

" Mother of dead dogs," 406 F. (W. M. E.) on snake committing suicide, 277 Fabius Pictor= Anthony Rich, c. 1844, 165 Farmer (Capt. George), portraits of, 9 Farnese (Cardinal), his arms, 87, 155 Farrer (W.) on Lumley family, 52 Faseole, a bean, its etymology, 149, 233, 274 Fastolf (Sir John), original letters, 1450, 201, 257 Feet of Fines, identifications in, 450, 518 Feilde (Rev. Matthew), Rector of SS. Anne and

Agnes, 349, 413 Fenn (I.) on David's sketch of Marie Antoinette,

513

Fenning (Eliza), hanged 1815, 68, 115, 138 Ferguson (Donald) on " Bombay duck," 5

Coffee, its etymology, 318

" Fish in troubled waters," 386

Heber (Bishop) : " Only man is vile," 297

Murkattos : capaps, their meaning, 30

Percival (Capt. Robert), 282

Tiffar : tiffador : tyfferen, 161 Field-name : The Evils, 117 Fielding (H.), ' Tom Jones ' in French, 407 Fiennes family of Broughton, 123, 174 Fig trees, and maturing meat, 138 ; in London,

293, 336, 396, 476

Figarola-Caneda (E.) on Joseph Rodman Drake, 448

' Golden Lyre,' 407

Mildew in books, 387 Filbert legend, 388

Finch (Mrs. C.) on ' English Historical Review,' 228 Findlater (Count), Karlsbad patron, c. 1810, 269,

313

Fioning grass, use of the word, 49, 92 Fisherman superstitions, Orkney, 483 Fishwick (H.) on " Man in a quart bottle," 289

Morris (Rev. Henry) of Burnley, 456

Selby, Yorks : its Peculiar Court, 409 FitzGerald (E.), Urceo quoted by, 185 Flageolet, a kind of bean, 149, 233, 274 Flags of Greater Britain, 226 Flaubert (G.), words in ' Tentation de St. An-

toine,' 447

Fleetwood family, genealogical puzzle, 362 Fleetwood family of Calwich, co. Stafford, 58, 373 Fleetwood family of St. John Zachary, 469 Fletcher (G. R.) on hanging alive in chains, 212 Flint (T.) on Carlyle on the Peneus, 87 Flood (J. C. H.) on Hampden family, 230 Flood (Miss) and Edward, Duke of York, 8 Flowers, not desired at funerals, 130, 178, 258 Flying machines, early, 106, 158, 170, 195, 238, 271, 272, 374, 417


Folk-lore :

Devonshire, 66

Fisherman, 483

Glass and drowning sailor, 310

Loaf, hollow, foretelling death, 88, 155

Maiden-Garland, 327

Marriage, 484

Moon, 406, 518

Orkney, 483

Pigeon, 287, 513

Sailor, 310, 483

Superstitions, 97

Thunderstorms, 327

Tongue, slip of, 89

Virgin Mary's nut, 187, 256

Walking in two parishes on same day, 89*

Weather, 8, 130, 177, 483

Wedding, 308, 517

Yew, 421, 477

Ford (A. Napier) on Ford family, 49 Ford family and arms, 49 Fossel, term applied to diamonds, 58 Foster (W.) on saints' satisfaction, 48 Fourteen, XIIII. used for, 409, 451 Fourth estate, origin of the term, 184 France (Anatole), on spelling, 28 ; on Philopatris

229 Francis (J. C.) on Rev. William Blow, 186

' Cornhill Magazine,' 481, 501

Electrophone and Lord Rosebery, 246

Flags of Greater Britain, 226

Harvest Supper songs, 276

Jews in England, 185

' Notes by the Way,' 145

Spurgeon on Monte Carlo, 434

Stowe (Mrs. H. Beecher) on Byron, 369 Francis (R.) on Flaubert's ' Tentation de St,

Antoine,' 447 Frankland (Sir T.), picture of his daughters, 232,

337 Fraser (G. M.) on William Guild, 34

Yew tree, 477 Freeman (E. A.) on Gladstone's 'Studies on

Homer,' 170, 217 Freemasonry : T. Carlyle and R. Carlile on, lo,

49, 58 ; and Sir Christopher Wren, 286 Friedrichsen (G.) on Schiller's ' Wallensteins Tod,'

428

Frigates, steerage in, 470

Frock, clothing term, misused by foreigners, 284 Frodsham (Bridge), 1734-68, his biography, 449 Frost (F. C.) on Edward IV.'s standard-bearer, 147

Scarlet pimpernel, 166

" Spurrings," or banns, and lameness, 498 Fruitarian, derivation of the word, 427, 511 Fry (E. A.) on John Bossom, 275 Fryes, as browse for cattle, c. 1632, 428, 494 Fulford (John), Westminster scholar, 209 Fuller (J. F.) on Pellican family, 268 Fuller (T.), use of the word " tailed," 347, 398, 454 Furness Abbey, ancient clause concerning, 249 Fylde Oath, its terms, 56 Fynmore (R. J.) on balloons and flying machines,.

Bradley (Dr. J.), Astronomer Royal, 489 Cainsford, Gloucestershire, 367 Duel, last, with swords in England, 378, 478 Hereditary Herb-strewer to Royal Family,354 Hogarth's House, Chiswick, 486 Kelsall (John), Mayor of Chester, 157 Mayors elected in churches, 337 Military canal at Sandgate, 334