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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, Jan. 29, 1910.


H

H on Emery de Bechethiward, 227

Weltje's Club, 352 H. (C.) on Jacob Cole, 129

Parr (John), embroiderer, 109 H. (H.) on Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia, 51J H. (H. K.) on Abbots of Evesham, 28 Wt\ Malherbe's ' Stances a Du Perrier,' 38 H. (J. E. D.) on Alexandra Institution for the

Blind, 68

H. (L.), artist, 1793, his identity, 29 H. (L. O.) on authors of quotations wanted, 328 H. (M. Y. A.) on drinking tobacco, 455 H. (S. H. A.) on Swedish painters in England, 54 H. (W. A.) on British Army in 1763, 517

Buckle's ' History of Civilization, 414

Gotham and the Gothamites, 315

Stowe (Mrs. H. Beecher) on Byron, 370 H. (W. B.) on ' Araminta,' 338

Betheral, its meaning, 316

' Blackheathen,' 89

Carlyle and Freemasonry, 58

Epitaphiana, 506

Fenning (Eliza), her execution, 115

Gainsborough, architect, c. 1300, 93

Harvest Supper songs, 237

Newman (Robert), engraver, 55

Nicknames of persons of fashion, 515

Weltje's Club, 239

H aspirate in famous English writers, 403, 492 Hackbut bent, meaning of the phrase, 36 Hackett (F. W.) on " Pope Night," 364 Hacquoil (F. W.) on Meswinde the Fair, 196

Thunderstones, 327 Hafiz, Oriental edition, 429 Haisborough or Happisburgh, near Cromer, 86 Hale (Dr. E. E.) and " He was a Samaritan," 46,

177 Haley (F. G.) on Canadian diary queries, 188

Freeman on Gladstone's ' Studies on Homer,'

217

Hall (J.) on " Mors sceptra ligonibus sequat," 494 Haltwhistle, curious epitaph, 507 Hamilton (Emma, Lady) and Nelson, 261 Hamilton (S. G.) on Richard Graves the younger,

455 Hamilton (William), East India Company

surgeon, 381

Hamlet, Christian name, 98 Hampden family, 230, 292

Hanbury (Benjamin), d. 1864, his library, 9, 58 Hanging alive in chains, 212 Hangmen who have been hanged, 16 Hanovarian Lodge, Royal Independent, its his- tory, 139

Hanson (J. S.) on John Slade, 15 Happer (Mrs. F. A.) on French taxes remitted, 456 Happisburgh or Haisborough, near Cromer, 86,

133 Harben (H. A.) on Cernet's tower, 396

" Stoples (Le)," 410

Hardy (F. J.) on drawbridges still in use, 148 Harka, Arabic word, its meaning, 127, 194 Harland-Oxley (W. E.) on Albany Baths, York Road, 429

Aviation : early attempts, 126

Blackburne (Archbishop), 54

Bee-sting cure for rheumatism, 248

Cole (Jacob), 251

" Correct to a T," 273

" Dark as black pigs," 268


Harland-Oxley (W/E.) on " Essex Serpent " and Westminster taverns, 322

" Guildford Barge," Lambeth, 410

Hengler's Circus, 47, 173

Jews and Jewesses in fiction, 118

London remains : their utilization, 197

Lorraine or Touraine, 309

LouisXVIII.'s Queen and Westminster Abbey , 193

" Old ewe dressed lamb fashion," 189

Pryor's Bank, Fulham, 172

Rutherfurd (Capt.) at Trafalgar, 76

Sacred place-names, 176

St. Margaret's, Westminster, 357

Spencer (Nicholas) of St. Margaret's, 147

Westminster wills, 355

Womack (Dr. Laurence), 492 Harmatopegos on Charterhouse Grammar School,

468

Harold (Barton). See De Harold. Harrington family, 332

Harris (L.) on Madame D'Arblay's diary, 469 Harris (T. L.), poet and mystic, his biography, 166 Harston (A.) on bosting, masons' term, 75

Fig trees in London, 476

Putlog : pudding, building terms, 77 Hart (Allen), on Essex fatal to women, 90 Hartwell estate, Bucks, its history, 264, 395 Harvest Supper songs, 30, 71, 137, 237, 276 Haughendo, etymology of the word, 56 Hawk and eagle, story of, 249 Hayes (J.) on ' Sketch from Nature,' 148 Hearne (Samuel), pamphlets by, c. 1773, 488 Hearth Money, Roll of, Ireland, 1666, 308 Heavy Wet : a kind of drink, 430 Hebb (J.) on Coleridge and opium, 65

H6tel Moras (otherwise Biron), Paris, 89

Malherbe's ' Stances a Du Perrier,' 38

Schopenhauer in English, 115

  • Sur la Pierre blanche ' : Philopatris, 229

Thackeray : Roundabout Papers, 33 Heber (Reginald), " Only man is vile," 206, 256,

297

Heber (Richard), his library, 228 Heckstall (Rev. Brqoke), his biography, 247, 354 Helga on St. Barbara's emblems, 168, 258 Hell-Fire Club, its history, 467 Helmingham Hall, Suffolk, drawbridges at, 148 Hems (H.) on bosting : kevel, 76, 298

Devonshire superstitions, 66

Eel-pie shop, 153

London taverns in seventeenth century, 190

Monuments to American Indians, 87

Nimbus, its significance, 111

Stocks in use fifty years ago, 27

Woman burnt for poisoning her husband, 35 Hen and Chickens, old sign, 28, 215 Hen, white, saying about, 16 Hengler's Circus, its history, 47, 116, 173, 218 Henry V., his corpse, 8

Heraldry :

Arg., a saltire gu, 187

Arms on a brass, 209

Azure, on a bend argent, 249

Bar sinister surmounted by three choughs,207

Bishops suffragan, their arms, 98

Chevron between three boys' heads, 350

Chevron between three roses, 1630, 488

Crocodiles in, 225

Cross gules surmounting five fleurs-de-lis

azure, 87, 155 Dragon, green, 14