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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, Jan. 29, 1910.


P. (A. O. V.) on Eliza Fenning's execution, 115 P. (F.) on Gaspar Manor, Stourton, 337

Lincolnshire names, 235 P. (F. K.) on Beezley, 57

' Lawyer Outwitted,' 289

Shakespeare and Ensor : Paul family, 253 P. (G. M. H.) on " legend weight," 67 P. (H. A.) on authors of quotations wanted, 488 P. (H. G.) on Holderness families, 149

Sacred place-names in foreign lands, 493

St. Andrew's Day and the Sassenach, 426

Yorkshire similes, 148 P. (J. B.) on Petre epigram, 410 P. (M.) on Hocktide at Hexton, 71

Maiden-garland, 327

Scott's manners, 346 P. (R. B.) on William Bullock : Hugh Bullock, 16

Bipley (Thomas) and Richard Holt, 29

Thimbles, 93

P. (R. W.) on " Coup de Jarnac," 245 P. (S. T.) on " Four regular orders of monks," 352

" Liquida non frangunt," 333 Page (H.) on statues in the British Isles, 51 Page (J. T.) on authors of quotations wanted, 448

Constitution Hill : Parliament Hill, 357

Cowper : Dowling : their pronunciation, 373

De Quincey : quotations and allusions, 95

Devil's saffron, 415

Dickens : Shakespeare : woodbine, 334

' Golden Lyre,' 473

London public monuments, 418

Marks (H. S.) and ' The Poor Blind Worm,' 310

Mary, Queen of^Scots : her crucifix, 274

Pole (Margaret), Countess of Salisbury, 16

" Shot at the rook," &c., 218

Statues in the British Isles, 181, 277, 401

Walker (John), inventor of lucifer match, 56

Westminster Abbey : western towers, 217

Windows from church at Trier, 198 Page (William), his ' Golden Lyre,' 1856, 473 Paine (T.), his remains, 44, 118, 197 ; and Declara- tion of Independence, 441 Palindrome : Sator arepo, &c., 460 Palladium, proposed variety theatre, 47, 116, 218 Palm, the, Milton on, 67

Palmer ( Dr. A. Smythe) on the wheatear, 432 Palmer (J. Foster) on Bruges, 214

Cowper misprint, 77

Dickens : Shakespeare : woodbine, 333

Magna Charta barons, 236

Moon superstitions, 518

Short (Tommy) on Aristotle, 392 Paltock (Robert), his ' Peter Wilkins,' 286 Pan-Germanic press, 55 Pap aw and maturing meat, 138 Paramor family of Kent, 329, 397 Pardoe (Avern), on Miss Crawford, Canadian poet,

Parish armour, 16th century, 422

Parish registers. See Registers.

Parker (P. L.) on ' Public Opinion,' 188

Parker consecration and Lambeth Register, 62,

112, 172 Parliament, members of, unidentified, 69, 314 ;

for London, 1404, 325

Parliament Fields, origin of the name,110, 173, 357 Parliament Hill, origin of the name, 110, 173, 357 Parliamentary anecdotes, works on, 227


Parliamentary division lists, 490

Parliamentary leaders, Oxford, in Civil War,

21, 82 Parochial and monastic churches, combined,

168 Parodies of Poet Laureate and Kipling, 128, 177,

238, 297, 472

Parr (John), embroiderer, temp. 1600, 109 Parry and Perry families, 344, 435 Parry (Lieut.-Col. G. S.) on inscriptions at Naples,

303, 362

Inscriptions at Petit Saconnex, 183 Portrait by Lawrence, 133 Wheatear, the bird, 432 Parsons (S. J.) on * Browning as a Preacher,' 187 Parsons not in holy orders, 350 Passmore & Alabaster, Spurgeon's publishers,

308, 434

Patagonia, moon superstitions in, 406 Patrick (Richard), M.D., his biography, 348 Paul (John) or Paul Jones, signatures, 12 Paul family, 253 Pawlet of Paultoons, Hants, 189 Payne (J. F.) on Samnitis, 133 Peachey (G. 0.) on Crayle Crayle, 128 Peacock (C. J.) on statues in the British Isles, 114 Peacock (E.) on " No Flowers," 178

One : oats, their pronunciation, 416 " Stripping cows," 476 "Telgitur,"115 Tudor spelt tydder, 117 Yew tree, 421 Peacock (Thomas Love), his plays, 22 ; his home at Chertsey and George Meredith, 88, 132, 175 ; his ' Sir Hornbook,' 226 Pearson (Howard S.) on Abbots of Evesham,

154

Pearson (J.) on Hon. Ann Stratford, 329 Pebbles, flint, at Brighton, 50, 118, 178 Peculiar Court of Selby, Yorks, 409, 475 Peddie (R. A.) on Caxton's birthplace, 395

Compositor's case, 375 Peerage : ' Complete Peerage,' corrections and

additions, 64, 177

Peet (W. H.) on ' British Controversialist,' 173 Carlyle on Fanny Elssler, 349 David's sketch of Marie Antoinette, 513 d'Orsay (Count), his death, 486 Drake (Joseph Rodman), 496 Epitaph : " Everywhere heard will be the

judgment-call," 177 " Fabius Pictor," 165 Lamb (Charles), and his " pepe," 168 Macaulay on Dryden, 375 Macaulay on literature, 171 ' Short Whist,' by Major A., 264 ' Sketch from Nature,' 192 Taciturn : Grieve in Smollett, 375 Pelle (Honnore), his bust of Charles II., 287 Pellican family arms, 268, 315 Pelling (Canon) of Chapel Royal, Windsor, 367 Peninsulas, their direction, 36 Penn (William), his grave, 129, 231, 318 Penn family of Kidderminster, 189, 238 Penny : healen penny, in churchwardens' ac- counts, 98, 137

Penny (F.) on " Le Hole Bole," 438 Penn of Kidderminster, 238 " Stoples," 410

Penny-in-the-slot machines, 1829, 286 Pennyworth = a bargain, 153 " Pepe," Charles Lamb and his, 168, 250 Percheval or Percival family, 329