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Notes and Queries, Jan. 29, 1910.


INDEX.


533


Heraldry :

Gules, a chevron arg., 387

Gules, a chevron arg.between three alligators,

Gules, a fess between six billets or, 227

Gules, a saltire argent, 424

Lion rampant and a demi-lion rampant, 49

Or, three fusils conjoined in fesse, 369

Orders, marshalling of, their insignia, 97

Paschal lamb couchant, 289

Per chevron and pale arg., gu., and azure, 49

Shields fretty and ordinaries, 218

Three trees, roots eragulated, 209, 278, 338

Women, married, their arms, 97 Herbert (J.) on " Bec-en-Hent," house name, 50 Herb-strewer, hereditary, to Royal Family, 289,

354, 418

Herne family of Suffolk, 269 Herrick (Robert) on the yew, 7, 78 Hesketh (C.) on " a nafedave," 170

Otford, Kent, 269

St. Bartholomew and Otford, 248, 418 Heslop (R. O.) on " The " prefixed to place- names, 173

Evils, field-name, 117 Hews or Huse family, 128, 177 Hexton, Hocktide observance at, 71, 139, 214,

253, 514

Heynow family of Stenbury, 61 Heys- Jones (E.) on Charles I. metal jewellery, 428 Hibgame (F. T.) on "Saracen's Head," Snow Hill, 65

Sardinian Ghapel, 285 Hickey (Emily) on Noah Hickey, 89

" Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John," 47 Hickey (Noah) of Dublin, his parentage, 89 High Constable, Office of, 309 High Stewards, temp. Elizabeth, 428, 513 High Wycombe, supposed Van Dyck at, 108, 273 Higham (C.) on John Bellamy, 229

Cole (Jacob), 218 Hill (N. W.) on Alvary, Christian name, 416

Bourne in place-names, 131

Bring, archaic use, 7

Comether, its meaning, 77

Culprit, its derivation, 456

Hocktide at Hexton, 514

' Nouveaux Tableaux de Famille,' 78

Pot-gallery, its meaning, 31

Roan, its etymology, 353

Sainte-Beuve on Castor and Pollux, 15

Sloan surname, 513

Tennyson and Terence, 346

Walloon etymologies, 405

William the Conqueror and Barking, 175 Hill (W. Burrough) on Queen's Theatre, 1704, 364 Hillwell (Mrs. E. A.) on Squire Draper and his

daughter, 29

Hilson (J. L.) on Scottish market customs, 121 Hippoclides on Christmas in Wales in 1774, 507

Googlie, cricket slang, 110

Johnson (S.), his watch, 37 Historical MSS., discovery of, 450, 497 Historicus on Robert Agassiz, 7 Historiographers Royal for Scotland, 106 Hitchin-Kemp (F.) on Cowhouse Manor, Middle- sex, 234

Paramor family of Kent, 397

Pryor's Bank, Fulham, 237 Hobart (Nicholas), of Lindsey, Suffolk, 128 Hocktide at Hexton, 71, 139, 214, 253, 514


Hodgkin (J. E.) on Bank of England and specie payment, 278

Dirigible balloons anticipated, i25

Filberts : " When the Devil goes a-nutting," 388

Michell (John), Mayor of London, 475

Nelson and Lady Hamilton, 261

White Tree of Crockerton Hill, 247 Hodson (L. J.) on Court of Requests, 258 Hoe (Col. Richard) and the Napiers, printing- machine makers, 345

Hogan (J. F.) on Miss Crawford, Canadian poet, 353

Drake (J. Rodman), 497

Plains= timber-denuded lands, 194 Hogarth (W.), his house at Chiswick, 486 Holbeck, place-name, its derivation, 18 Holderness families, 149, 211 Hole Bole, Le, sign in Honey Lane, 348, 438 Holford (Christopher) on Jacob Cole, 476 Holland, Gulix, textile fabric, 12 Holluschickie, meaning of the term, 48, 94 Holly, as browse for cattle, 428, 494 Holmes (Robert), barrister, his burial-place, 310 Holt Castle, its history, 56, 92 ; and Beauchamp

family, 227, 291

Holworthy (F. M. R.) on balloons and flying machines, 271

Burial-places of notable Englishwomen, 253

Cromwell (Oliver), his head, 32

Fleetwood of Calwich, 58

Gordon (Capt. R. J.), 138

Pigott (C.), his ' Jockey Club,' 136

Spanish Walk Exchange, 269

' Town and Country Magazine,' 368 Homer, ' Life and Writings,' by Blackwell, 68 Honeysuckle, name for different plants, 281, 333,

411

Hook (Theodore), anecdotes in his works, 329 Hope (A.) on googlie, cricket slang, 194

Scott's ' Lochinvar,' 435 Hopping John, use of the term, 487 Hoppner (J.), and Sir T. Frankland's daughters,

232, 337

Hoppner and Meyer families, 129 Hopscotch, children's game, its history, 329, 375 ' Horre Subsecivse,' 1620, its author, 101, 162 Home (C.) on Goethe on " Ignorance in motion,"

88

Home (F. L. ) on authors of quotations wanted, 208 H6tel Moras, Paris, its architect, 89 Hotel servants, their symbolic correspondence, 366 Hoth= heath, use of the word, 284, 351, 418 Houses of the nobility, London, c. 1680, 143 Houston and Gordon families, 349 Howard -Flanders (W.) on Augustinian house at- Steeple, 210

Parsons not in holy orders, 350 Hudson (A. E.) on St. Cross Hospital, Winchester,

150

Hudson ( J. ) on orange custom at the Savoy, 262 Huel, Celtic word, its meaning, 488 Hughes (T. Cann) on abbey lantern-slides, 187

Chancel arches (triple), 208

Company spoons, 109

Mary, Queen of Scots : her crucifix, 208

Portrait by Lawrence, 90

Scawton Church, Yorks, 187 Hulse (H.) on Lady Ursula, 110 Hume (Martin) on Infanta Maria of Spain, 91 Humphreys (A. L.) on William Guild, 34

Ladies and side-saddles, 295