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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, Jan. 29, 1910.


Platt ( J. Jun.) on drinking tobacco, 455

Dun Y, 510

English clothing terms, 284

Garrett and Gerald : Theobald, 345

" Hackbut bent," 36

Hafiz in Oriental editions, 429

Happisburgh or Haisborough, 86

Harka, Arabic word, 194

Haughendo : Fylde oath, 56

Johnson's uncle hanged, 12

Kipling in Spanish, 448

Language and physiognomy, 416

Lincolnshire names, 235

Millet, religious body, 472

Montjuich : its pronunciation, 466

One : its pronunciation, 374

Opium den, fact and fiction, 487

Ragozine, a pirate, 233

Ruby Wedding, 55

Sceptic : sceugh, 66

Scott's ' Search after Happiness,' 458

Seecatchie : holluschickie, 48

Shack, a wooden hut, 306

Sneegum or Sneezum surname, 206

Spanish epigram, 405

" Stripping cows," 409

Twelve surname, 196

Walsh surname : new theory, 446

Whip -ma-whop -ma-gate, 227

Words and phrases in American newspapers,

10

Players at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 222 Players' companies on tour, 1548-1630, 41, 222 4i Plough, thack, stack, and willing," farmwork

service, 47

Ploughing customs and Gray's ' Elegy,' 309, 389 Plowden (Walter Chichele) in Abyssinia, 69 Plum-list, use of the term, 235 Plump in voting, use of the term, 235 Pneumatic tyres, their introduction, 445 Poem on a boy and his curls, 88 Point and Indian Queen, sign, 328 Point and Star, sign, 328

Poland (Sir H. B.) on Canning on " Toby Philpot," 470

London taverns, 524

Welsh judges, 93

Pole : North Pole, its etymology, 426 Pole (Margaret), Countess of Salisbury, beatified,

16 Politician on " What Lancashire thinks to-day,"

428

Pollard (Sir Lewis), his biography, 36 Pollard-Urquhart (Col. F. E. R.) on James II. 's

last words, 258

Polwhele, his ' History of Cornwall,' 389 Pontiffs, travelling, 186 Pook (Col. H. W.) on Blair's ' North-Country

Parish Registers,' 48

Poole (W. L.) on Camelario, Spanish term, 518 Pope (A.), reference to Dryden in ' Dunciad,' 150 Pope burnt in effigy on Queen Elizabeth's Day,

Pope Night = November 5, in America, 364, 458

Popes and slavery, 349

Portsmouth Road in 1756, 509

Portugal, Southey's collections regarding, 169

Postlethwaite (T. N. ) on Furness Abbey, 249

Postscript of a woman's letter, 18

Pot-gallery, meaning of the term, 31

Potter (John) and Miss Roach, 470

Potts (A.) on Robert Noyes, 71


Potts (R. A.) on " All right," 314

Authors of quotations wanted, 148, 355

' Browning as a Preacher,' 258

Burial-places of notable Englishwomen, 298 Powell (Harriet), fashionable beauty, her bio- graphy, 241

Preacher versus actor, 246 Pretty and Combe families, 349 Price (Leonard C. ) on Crake, artist, 491 Prideaux (Col. W. F. ) on bibliographical terms, 204

Boughton (Gabriel) : W. Hamilton, 381

Bourdon House, 183

Bourne in place-names, 191, 372

" Catalogue raisonnee, une," 348, 474

Coffee, its etymology, 156

Coffin (W. H.) in Abyssinia, 230

Cowhouse Manor, Middlesex, 233

Emendations in English books, 35

Flying Turk, 236

Giraffe : camelopard, 206

Harka, Arabic word, 194

Hoth= heath, 284, 418

Knight (J.) and the Rabelais Club, 165

Laurence the wit, 290

' Livre ' and Casanova, 476

Macaulay and W. J. Thorns, 150

Macaulay on literature, 171

" Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John," 154

Peacock (T. L.) : George Meredith, 132

' Tom Jones ' in French, 407

Weltje's Club, 293, 412

Weltje's house at Hammersmith, 466 Prideaux (W. R. B.) on Blackstone's ' Commen- taries,' 385

Dorchester : Birrell's engraving, 136

Leaden figures, 198

Vossius (Isaac), his library, 487 Prime Minister, official recognition, 18 Primrose (Mary) = Rev. George Monro, c. 1625,

249

Printers of St. Neots, Huntingdonshire, 164 Printers' proofs, their history, 490 Printing, Watson's ' History' of, 428, 511 Pronty (Rev. Dr.), cetat. 103, and Bronte family,

210

Protection for burning, licence, 1592, 149, 194 Protocol, technical use of the word, 445

Proverbs and Phrases :

All right, 228, 314, 433, 497 All the world and his wife, 13, 93, 177 At the back of beyond, 57 Back to the land, 327 Between you and I, 116 Biscuit's throw, 326, 376 Bombay duck, 5

Chops of the Channel, 27, 70, 117 Correct to a T, 227, 273, 313, 376, 435 Coup de Jarnac, 245 Dark as black pigs, 268, 318 Dish of tea, 287, 377, 436 Entente cordiale, 216 Entretuy yo, 116 Fierce as a maggot, 148, 218 Fish in troubled waters, 386 Forget not to give, but give and forget, 269 Four regular orders of monks, 167, 274, 352 Fourth estate, 184 Grinning like a weasel in a trap, 148 Hackbut bent, 36

He will either make a spoon, or spoil a horn, 509