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Notes and Queries, July 31, 1915.


SUBJECT INDEX.


515


Medical books, old, and genealogists, 104

Medici (Francesco Maria, Cardinal de), c. 1700,

49, 341, 408 Medici (Cardinal Ippolito dei), 1532, Hungarian

troops raised by, 116, 153 Medicinal mummies, 35, 438 Memorials: in the British Isles, 24, 145, 275, 428,

476 ; Derwentwater, history of, 361 ; in Cal- cutta, 450 Mendez da Costa (Sarah), friend of Disraeli, 190,

218, 234, 288 Mentone, inscriptions in the Ancien Cimetiere, 85 ,

205

Mercers' Chapel, London, registers of, 28, 94, 175 Merchants, Levant, in Cyprus, 1626-1878, 241,

263, 499 ' Mercurius Melancholicus,' 16479, cryptograms

in, 225

Meriet (De) family, crest and arms of, 342 Merit, Order of Merit, instituted 1902, 107, 175 Mervyn (Sir Audley), Speaker of Irish House of

Commons, 1662, 417 Mexican family, arms of a, 432 Milk-stall, the oldest in London, 147 Miller (W. H.), his ' Mirage of Life,' 280, 387, 457 Mills (Mrs.), Mrs. Vincent, actress, c. 1751, 472 Milner family, portraits of, 452 Milton (John), his use of the words " ellops " and

" scorpion," 150, 212 Ministers, Nonconformist, lists of, 1800-1900,362,

457 'Mirage of Life,' date of publication, 280, 387,

457 Monasteries, canons not able to write, 376 ;

suppression of, temp. Charles I., 414 Mont St. Michel, siege of, c. 1700, 362 Montagu (Lady Mary Wortley), her birthplace,

211

Montrose (Marquis of) and Ibn Ezra, 128 Monument in Piccadilly, horse on column, 1720,

29,94 Moore (Sir John) and the Gordon Highlanders, 300,

390, 502 Moore, Davis, Ward, and Norbury families, 188,

238, 305

Mordaunt (E. A. B.), his ' Obituary,' 209 More (Hannah), author of her ' Life,' 1838, 188,

215, 268 ; Percy Fitzgerald on, 188, 235 Morgan (John), of the Inner Temple, c. 1765, 380 Mortimer's Market, Tottenham Court Road, 1781,

87, 287 Moses, legend concerning the death of, 272

Mottoes:

Cymru am Byth (Wales for Ever), 206

En Dieu est ma foy, 72

Fortitude in distress, 341

Indificienter, 379

Intacta semper sanguine nostro, 213

Patience and perseverance, 341

Remember, 171 Mourning letter-paper, date of first use, 34, 91,

133

Moyle family, the wills of, 17 Munday, derivation of surname, 402, 482 Murderer c. 1765, his name, 54 Murphy family, Ireland, the descent of, 305 Music, church, the organ-voluntary, 1640, 294 Mylbourne (Robert), London bookseller, 1629, 377 Mynne (Francis), Westminster scholar, c. 1625,

156

"Myriorama," description of the apparatus, 361, 441, 497


N

Napier (Lieut. W. C.), Royal Reg. Artillery,

d. 1803, 151

Naples, arms of the Kings of, 74 National Anthem, English tune, adopted by the

Prussians, 68, 113, 197, 441 ; standard version

of, 248, 307, 441

National Anthem of Russia, translation, 248, 308 Nelson (Lord) and ' The Happy Warrior,' 162 Neve (Richard), author, 1703, 89 ' New English Dictionary,' additions and correc- tions, 26, 67, 73, 116, 207, 342, 358, 395, 400 New Orleans burial customs, 1, 96 Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Grammar School men- tioned, 1621, 413

Newman (Cardinal) and Macaulay, 341 Newman (Isolda), nurse to John of Gaunt, c. 1346 ,

281

Newnham family, arms of, 9 Nicholson (Rev. G.), his theological works, 1787-

1817, 432 Nicholson (Renton), editor of The Totcn, c. 1840,

86, 132, 175, 196 Nicknames for persons of the same name, 320, 405,

480 Nieto (David), his ' Pascalogia overo Discorso

della Pasca,' 402 Nightingale (Florence), statue of, 1915, 207 ; her

name " Lady of the Lamp," 249, 405 ' Nobility, Titled, of Europe,' criticism on, 12 Nonconformist ministers, lists of, 1800-1900, 362,

457 Norbury, Moore, Davis, and Ward families, 188,

238, 305 Normandy, descent of the House of, 105, 198,

386 Northcote (James), his picture ' The Fruit Girl,'

1785, 210, 287

Northleach, school dialogues, 1666, 413 Norwich, Taxation of, 1253; Bangor livings in,

149 ; " Tempi." in, 171, 217 Nossiter (Miss), actress, c. 1750, 432, 498 Notary, Public, Catholics appointed, 264, 339


Obituary:

Cummings (William Hayman), 484

Francis (Philip), 240, 245, 317, 370

Peacock (Edward), 292

Pollard (Mary Matilda), 392 O'Brien (Capt. Lucius), Royal Artillery, d. U 40,

Officers' uniform, black stripe in lace, 300, 390,

502

Offley (George), of Covent Garden, 1752, 433 Ogilvie (Father John), S.J., letter on, 1614, 129 Ogilvy (David), Etonian, 1765, 110, 235 Old Ford Road, Julius Ca?sar and the, 190, 289,

406, 476

Oldmixon (Sir J.), c. 1800, his wife, 493 ' Omne Bene,' " breaking-up " song, 280, dy,

Onions used as a cure of deafness, 68, 117, 477 Opera-House, Haymarket, notes from bank pass- book, 1809, 127

Ordeal, Puritan, custom of nineteenth century, d7 O'Neill family, 18 Order of Merit, instituted 1902, 107, 175