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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, Jan. 29, 1910.


Martin (S.) on George Morland at Kensal Green,

429

Mary, Queen of Scots, her crucifix, 208, 274, 498 ; her spur and brooch, 368, 456 ; her ladies-in- waiting at Antwerp, 489

Marylebone on Rev. H. Morris of Burnley, 388 Maskelyne (T. S.) on Bourne in place-names, 372

" Ivery, The," Wiltshire local name, 152 Match, lucifer, its inventor, 56 Mathews (C. Elkin) on ' Horse Subsecivae,' 1620,

164 Matthews (A.) on bier-right : ordeal by touch, 87

Castor oil, 157

Duels between women, 77

Gomara's ' Conquest of the Weast India,' 374

Land Office : " Land Office business," 415

Lynch law, 133, 495

Monuments to American Indians, 230

November 5 in America : Pope Night, 458

Oregon, 358

Paine (T.) and the Declaration of Independ- ence, 441

Paul (John) or Paul Jones, 12

Whitman (Walt) on Alamo, 91

Words and phrases in American newspapers,

50,271,370 Matthews (G. ) on arms of Saffron Walden Abbey,

249

Mauraden, 1558, its meaning, 149, 378 Maxwell (Sir H.) on Bourne in place-names, 130, 272, 434

Cockburnspath : Maxwell, 256

Yew tree, 477

Maxwell, surname, its etymology, 213, 256 May on John Smith, 1679-80, 309 Maycock (Willoughby) on Pigott's * Jockey Club,' loo

Seecatchie : holluschickie, their meaning, 94 Mayfair marriages, and Parson Keith, 127 Mayhew (A. L. ) on adoxography, 387

Compostela, origin of the name, 27

Harka, its meaning, 127

Huel, its meaning, 488

Millet, religious community, 384

" Noli altum sap ere," 216

' Notes and Queries ' commemoration, 251

Scott's ' Search after Happiness,' 409

" Tikes and churls," 430 Mayne (John), his ' Logan Braes,' 33 Mayors elected in churches in Middle Ages, 148,

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Meat, means for maturing, 138

Medals and coins, spurious, 46

Mediculus on authors of quotations wanted, 128

Medmenham Abbey, Monks of, their history, 467

Mellish (J. T.) on Carlyle and Lady Bannerman,

331

Mellon (Harriot) and the Wigan stage, 405 Mellon (Sarah Jane) (Miss Woolgar), death, 266,

337 Member of Somerset Archaeological Society on a

brass, 338 Memorials in British Isles, 51, 114, 181, 234, 277,

Mercer (W.) on " Esare," 264

Louis XIV. tablecloth, 408

Naples, inscriptions at, 363 Merdon Manor, Hursley, and John White, 148 Meredith (George) and T. L. Peacock, 88, 132, 175 Meredith (Richard), Dean of Wells, his marriage,34 Meriole : Le Meriole, sign in Westchepe, 1435, 149 Memck (W. P.) on Harvest Supper songs, 276 Merritt (E. P.) on Strawberry Hill Catalogue 430


Meswinde the Fair, story of, 196

Meyer and Hoppner families, 129

Michell (John), Mayor of London, 361, 475

Middle Ages, astronomy in, 9

Middlesex, houses of the nobility, c. 1680, 143

Mildew in books, remedy for, 387, 436

Miles (W.) on L. Bt. artist, 29

Military musters, 16th century, 422

Millais (Sir J.), his ' North-West Passage,' 300

Miller (George) of Dunbar, 1771-1835, 1, 42, 374

Miller (James) of Haddington, 1791-1865, 1, 42,

374

Millet, a religious community, 384, 472 Milne (J.) on Cockburnspath : Maxwell, 213 Milton (John) on the palm, 67 Milton Cottage porch, Chalfont St. Giles, 407 Minakata (Kumagusu) on Chinese proverb, 277 Flying machines of the Far East, 374 Living dead, 366 Sneezing superstition, 97 Virgin Mary's nut, 187 Minstrels and players at Newcastle-upon-Tyne,

222

Mistletoe on comether, its meaning, 231 Moliere, record price for his comedies, 47 Molony (A.) on Pronty : Bronte, 210 Monastic and parochial churches combined, 168 Monks, four regular orders, 167, 274, 352 Monro (Rev. George) d. 1630= Livingstone,

249

Monro (Rev. George), d. 1642= Mary Primrose, 249 Monte Carlo, Spurgeon on, 308, 434 Montgolfier (M. ) and dirigible balloons, 125 Mont juich, Catalan place-name, its pronunciation,

466 Monuments, public, in London, their cost, 347,

418

Monuments to American Indians, 87, 230, 358 Moon-dog, weather sign, 130, 177 Moon superstitions in Wales and Patagonia, 406,

518

Moore (T.) ' Lalla Rookh,' 368 ; his wife, 427 Morgan family of Tredegar, 267 Morgan (Forrest) on " Correct to a T," 313 Lynch law, 52

Monuments to American Indians, 358 Norfolk, Virginia, its founders, 56 " Seven and nine " : " Peanut politician," 38 Words and phrases in American newspapers,

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Morgan (G. A.) on Morgans of Tredegar, 267 Morgan (G. E. F.) on Capt. William Vaughan, 474 Morlais Castle, Brecknock, its history, 89 Morland (George) at Kensal Green, 429 Morris (Rev. Henry) of Burnley, 1640-53, 388, 456 Morte, use of the term, 1564-5, 346, 478 Mother-in-law, used for stepmother, 360 Mottoes : " Cala rag whethow," 28, 78 ; " Crux

coronae fulcrum," 289 ; " Futura praeteritis,"

295 ; " Loyall au mort," 108 ; " Mineria

marra," 28 ; " Sal sapit omnia," 109 ; sundial,

in White City, 367

Mountain Bower, Wiltshire place-name, 38 Muir (J. W.) on arms of married women, 97 Mundy (Major-General G. C.), his ' Excursion to

Jersey,' 38

Mundy (P. D.) on * An Excursion to Jersey,' 38 Munro of Novar, his collection of pictures, 8, 74 Murkatto, ghost-word, 30 Murray (Sir J. A. H.) on " Chops of the Channel "

70

" Correct to a T," 227 Purpose, alleged name of a dance, 27