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Notes and Queries, July 31, 1915. SUBJECT INDEX.


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Tolk-lore:

Amulets, 187, 256, 439

Black wool a cure for deafness, 247, 328

Charms against toothache and waterspouts, 294

Cyprus, folk-lore of, 486

Easter eggs, 320, 382

Easter hare, 320, 407

Goats and cattle, 452, 500

Ice Saints, 451

Kaiser and " seven sons," 469

Roses and colds and sneezing, 280, 369, 461

School folk-lore, c. 1850, 277, 347, 409, 496

Turtle and thunder, 52

Foot Guards, privileges of officers in, 187, 337 Footmen, Royal, the status of, 341 , 477 Forbes (J.), 17th-century Shakespearian critic, 49 Forests of Hampshire, perambulations of the,

Fortnum & Mason, origin of the house of, 341, 477 " Forwhy," use of the word, 35, 56, 94, 156 Foxtone (J.), miracles at his grave, 1244, 474 France and England quarterly, 50, 74, 96, 138,

177, 232

France, North, list of bishops of, 341, 390 Francis (Sir Philip), and ' Letters of Junius,' 245 ;

his banner, 317, 370 Franco-German War and Waterloo, officers taking

part in both, 227

Freemasons of the Church, founded 1842, 190 French (Sir John) and the Me"daille Militaire, 246,

326

French place-names, adjectives from, 116 French recruiting before Napoleon, 189 Frescoes at Avignon, reproductions of, 32 Friedel (Baron Adam), artist, c. 1853, 433 " Frightfulness," use of the term, 131 "Fruit Girl,' picture of, c. 1785,|210, 287


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Crahan (Major D.), Royal Reg. Artillery, retired

1804, 130 <*alli (Tolomeo), " the Cardinal of Como," 1525-

1607, 279

Games :

Bumblepuppy, 342, 476 Chess, 1767, 294 Cricket, 186, 295, 300 Jew, 1807, 473 Nuts and may, 493

Garbett family of Acton-Burnell, 209, 287 Oarbrand (Joshua and Thomas), Westminster

scholars, 1728, 231, 326, 410 -Garioch or Goerie (Sir John), ode addressed to,

c. 1631, 381 Gaunt (John of), his nurse Isolda Newman, 1346,

281

Cray (John), poet, his letters, 430

  • ' Gazebo," derivation of the word, 400
  • ' Gazing-room," 1647, meaning of the term, 26,

114, 174

George III., medal of, 1788, 88, 135 George IV., his natural children, 16 Georgia, Saltzburgers sent to, 1734, 299, 367 German raid, the effect on birds, 29 German soldiers, amulets worn by, 187, 256, 439 Germania and Tedesco, etymology of the words,

281, 349 Germans, what was said of them c. 1650, 392


Germany, her Imperialism anticipated, 377 ;

Gladstone on the greed of, 490 Ghibbes (J. A.), " poeta laurcatus," 335 Ghosts, ' Dissertatio de,' 1729, 335 Ghostwick. See Gostwick. Gibbons (Grinling), his carving for the King of

France, 1683, 335

Gifford (W.), his study of algebra, 429 Gilbert (J. T.), F.S.A., writer, d. 1898, 342 Gilbert family, 198 Gilchrist (Lieut. W.), Royal Reg. Artillery,

d. 1782, 130

Gladstone (W. E.) on Germany's greed, 490 Glamorgan (De) family, c. 1248, 214 Glass-painting near Nottingham, described 1615,

335

Glencoe, massacre alluded to, 1695, 335 Globe Theatre, the site of the, 447 ' Glossographia Anglicana Nova,' 1707, 28, 76 ' Gloucester Journal,' numbering of volumes,

317

Goats kept with cattle, 452, 500 Godfrey (Major C.), Royal Reg. Artillery, retired

181i; 131 Godfrey (Capt. J.), Royal Reg. Artillery, d. 1831,

131

Goerie. See Garioch. Goff (General), pamphlet on his regiment, 1659,

189, 303

Good Friday, custom in Cambridge, 381 Good Saturday = Easter Eve, in Lancashire, ^320 " Goodwill," commercial use of the word,^358 Goose's storm, origin of the phrase, 188, 254, 370 Gordon (Adam) of Downing Street, c. 1791, 454 Gordon (Col. the Hon. Cosmo), duel fought by,

1783, 131, 174, 187, 196, 270, 324 Gordon (the fourth Duke of), his portrait by

Raeburn, 321 Gordon, Baillie, Dickson, and Simpson families,

494 Gordon Highlanders, Sir John Moore and, 300,

390, 502

Gorges (De) family, 434, 455 Gosse or Goss family, 9, 72 Gostwick (Sir E.), c. 1612, his biography, 451 Gow (Niel), fiddler, b. 1727, d. 1807, 309, 443, 501 Gower (Sir Samuel), sail-cloth maker, d. 1757, 321 Grace, Latin, " Benedictus benedicat," 149, 192 Graf ton picture of Shakespeare, 321, 442 Grainger (Dr. James), his poem ' Sugar Cane,

1764, 360

Grange family, 110 Grant (Capt. H. B.), Royal Reg. Artillery, d. 1813,

151

" Great Harry," ship sank 1553, 88, 159 Great Queen Street, W.C., the demolition of


= Thomas Harrison, 1816, 108,


No. 56, 166 Green (Elizabeth)

173, 218

Gregentius (Archbishop of Taphar), c. 1586, 48, 97 Gregor family, 300 Gregory (Henry) of Gloucestershire, c. 1710, 49,

135 Gretna Green, bibliography relating to, 231, 302,

322, 384

Grose (Major) and Capt. Williamson, 418 Grosvenor ( John) = Charlotte Marsack, 1813, 148 " Ground-hog case," American phrase, 185 1 Guide to Irish Fiction,' second edition, 47, 68,

89, 107, 129, 149

Guilds, chantry chapels maintained by, 322, 443 Gunpowder Plot conspirators, print of, 95 Gymnasia, the earliest in London, 1826, 44