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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, Jan. 29, 1910.


Quotations :

The King of France with forty thousand

men, 214 The lovely young Lavinia once had friends,

88, 116

The sage who said he should be proud, 409 The wide earth is still, 310 There was a lady all skin and bone, 2 40 They called him Opportunity, 88 Though every prospect pleases, 206, 256 Though lost to sight, to memory dear, 55, 288 Thronging through the cloud-rift, 328, 375 To mark the progress of the vernal dawn,

148

Towards his winter store, 208 'Twas the Sabbath day, and the church bells, 8 Vital warmth gave the last human motion,

208

W'en you see a man in woe, 46 What scenes have passed since first, 388 When as King Henry rul'd this land, 209 When I gazed into those stars, 448, 495 While with your Dodington retir'd you sit, 462 With new-fallen dew, 109 Ye couples, who meet under love's smiling

star, 226 Ye high and lowjflyers of all ranks, attend, 106,


B. on Cumberland Hearth Tax Lists, 269

Cumberland Train Bands, 269 B. (A. F.) on railway travelling reminiscences, 35 B". (G.) on authors of quotations wanted, 109 B.' (Or. W. E.) on Cowper, pronunciation of his name, 433

Dish of tea : saucer, 436

" Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John," 95 B. (J. F.) on duel with swords, 433 B. (J. P.) on Capt. William Vaughan, 350 B. (W.) on Gaspar Manor, Stourton, 268 B (W. D. W.) on bee-sting cure for rheumatism,

296

Baaft (W.) on googlie, cricket slang, 194 Babelais Club, and Joseph Knight, 165 Bagozine, pirate in ' Measure for Measure,' 169,

233

Bailway travelling reminiscences, 35 Bain, " davelly rain " explained, 76 Bandolph (J. A.) on windows from Trier, 157 Bannie (D.) on Macaulay on Dryden, 375 Baper (Matthew), Director of Society of Anti- quaries, 367

Bashi and Godfrey of Bouillon, 149 Batcliffe (T.) on " branne and water," 9

Bring, archaic use, 75

" Christmas in," 507

" Dark as black pigs," 318

Gray's ' Elegy ' and ploughing customs, 390

Harvest Supper songs, 276

Jesus House, Worksop, 269

" Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John," 95

Pennyworth, 153

Pig grass : fioning grass, 49

Pin and needle rimes, 518

" Plough, thack, stack, and willing," 47

" Bag-proud and saucy," 207

Bosamond (Fair), 209

" Shot at the rook," &c., 255

Spanish Wine Day, 513

Spurrings, or banns, and lameness, 288

" Stagga Bob-tail Warning," 149


Bavens, three, and James I., 448 Bead (F. W.) on "No flowers," 130

Plump in voting : plum-list, 235

Prime Minister, 18

Beade (A. L.) on Bichardson and Christ's Hos- pital, 301, 343

Becitation, ' If We Only Knew,' 18 Bees (W. D. Wood) on regimental nicknames, 440

Spanish Wine Day, 287 Begisters, parish : Hursley, 223 ; before 1538,

388 ; Selby, 409, 475

Begistration of births, marriages, and deaths, 96 Beid (Jane) on Macleay family, 150 Beinach (Salomon) on ladies and side-saddles,

247

Bendall (Herbert) on Baughan : Boffin, 112 Beseda on the Globe Theatre, 307 Bestall (W. S.) on authors of quotations wanted,

288

Bestoration characters, their history, 328 Bestoration plays, 429 Bevolution of 1688, memorials connected with,

188

Bheidiol, river legend, 488 Bheumatism, bee-sting cure, 248 Bhodes (A.) on balloons and flying machines, 106

" Biscuit's throw," 376

" Correct to a T," 273

" Dog and Pot," 244

Gotham and the Gothamites, 198

Hangmen who have been hanged, 16

Lamb (C.) and his " pepe," 250

Paramor family of Kent, 398

" Protection for burning," 194

Sacred place-names in foreign lands, 176

' Sailor's Consolation,' 195

Strode's Begiment, 1760-64, 256

Tackle-house : tackle-porter, 351

Westminster wills, 224

Zirophceniza, a woman's name, 226, 317 Bhombus, meanings of the word, 58 Bich (Anthony)= Fabius Pictor, c. 1844, 165 Bichard Cceur-de-Lion, his heart, 427, 51-6 Bichard II. at Chester, 166 Bichards (G. W.) on Webber family, 289 Bichardson (Samuel) and Christ's Hospital, 301,

343 Bimes, pin and needle, 409, 518. See Nursery

Bingrose (Basil) on Juan Fernandez, 285, 392 Bipley (Thomas) and Bichard Holt, 1772, 29 Biver legends, Severn, Wye, and Bheidiol, 488 Bivett-Carnac (Col. J. H.) on Archdeacon Sted-

man, 48 Boach (Miss) and John Potter, 470. See La

Boad carriages, early mechanical, 31, 96, 158, 414 Boan, etymology of the word, 353 Bobbins (A. F.) on burgator, 26

Cab : cabriolet in Dickens, 514

" Chops of the Channel," 27

Coop= to detain voters, 226

County Borough, 225

Elephant, first, exhibited, 197

" Entente Cordiale," 216

Flying machine in 1751, 272

" Fourth Estate," 184

Mechanical road carriages, 414

'* Stew in their own juice," 206

Wild (Jonathan) in State Papers, 321 Bobbins (B.) on " Shot at the rook," &c., 255 Boberts (W.) on Arrowsmith, Devonshire artist, 355