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


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Scott (General) of Balcomie, Fife, c. 1780, 188,

288, 368, 479 Scott (Sir Walter), " the great fundamental error "

in his 'Woodstock,' 208 Scottish University theses, 493 " Scummer"=ship, temp. Edward III., 398, 460 Schwering (Comte Axel von), his identity, 464,

504 " Sea-divinity," equivalent to maritime ethics,

207

Senrab Street, origin of the name, 167 Sergeant (Mrs. Jane), her poem 'Ernald,'249,306 Serjeants' feasts, 1555, MS. on, 278 Sermons, c. 1695, authors of, 400, 472 Serres (B.), marine painter, his biography, 342 Settle (Elkanah), his ' Threnodia Hymenoea,' 33 " Seven Seas " of Kipling's book, 434, 502 Shakespeare (W.), excavation for manuscripts,

36, 55 ; allusions to, 184, 449 ; Bobert Inglis's

edition, 1864, 188 ; the Ludgate or Graf ton

picture of, 321, 442 ; his French, 470

Shakespeariana :

' All's Well that Ends Well,' Act IV. sc. iii., " Has led the drum before the English tragedians," 30, 76

'1 Henry IV.,' Act I. sc. iii., "I '11 have a starling shall be taught to speak nothing but 'Mortimer,'" 68, 114, 154, 218, 270,

' 2 Henry IV.,' Act I. sc. ii., " hallooing,"

lo ' 2 Henry IV.,' Act II. sc. ii., " Ephesians,"

32

' Measure for Measure,' Act V. sc. i., " Let the devil | Be sometime honour'd for his burning throne," 27

Shannon and Chesapeake, song, 1813, 454, 500 Shark, the " poisson de Jonas," 189, 285, 348 Shebbeare (Dr. J.), 1710-88, portrait of, 281 Shelley (P. B.), influenced by Wordsworth, 83 Sherborne, etymology of the place-name, 131 Sheridan (B. B.), his inscription "To Stella,"

281

Sherren and Angell families, 172, 250 Sherren, Sherwyn, the surname, 250, 366 Shewell family, 169

Ship, women serving as men on board, 398 Shireburn, etymology of the place-name, 131 Shirley (Hon. and Bev. W.), b. 1725, his ordi- nation, 171 " Shool, the New," Stamford Hill, consecrated

1915, 318

" Shot- window," meaning of the word, 67 Sickelmore (B.), his novel ' Agnes and Leonora,'

1799, 287 Sidney (Sir Philip) and Hangleton Church, near

Brighton, 318, 435, 477 Sigismundus Sueciae Hares, portrait, c. 1565,

473

Simmonds (Capt.), drawing of, 1841, 299, 389 Simpson, " Habbie Simpson," piper, d. c. 1600,

229, 345 Simpson (Bev. E.), of Lincoln and Pluckley, d.

1651, 150 Simpson, Dickson, Baillie, and Gordon families,

494 Skottowe (T.), of South Carolina, 1762, his family,

31, 406 ; his will, 189

Skottowe (Timothy), of Norwich, 1634, 16 ' Slang Dictionary,' published c. 1859, 30, 77,

111, 178 Slaves, " English air too pure for," 414


Smart (Peter), d. c. 1652, his marriage, 267 Smith (E. Tyrrell), actor, c. 1852, his family, 281,

Smith family of Combe Hay, Somerset, 161 Smoking in the Army, 1845, 105 Smoking-room, inventory of, 1734, 227 i

Snakes in Iceland, a " chapter " on, 249 " Sock "= drubbing, origin of the word, 267,

Soissons Cathedral, re-bombardment of, 1915, 81 Soldiers, German, amulets worn by, 187, 256,

439 Solomon, his advice to his son, 168, 217 ; the

judgment of, 455

Songs and Ballads:

" Brave Broke he drew his sword," 454, 500

' Chimney Sweep's Chorus,' 433

' Just Twenty Years Ago,' 230, 477

Marching tunes, 75, 459

'Match-Girl's Song,' 490

" Of all the gay birds that e'er I did see,"

150 ' Omne Bene,' " breaking-up " song, 280, 389,

477 Political ballads of the eighteenth century,

107

' Bed Fox,' Irish hunting song, 129 " Tune the old cow died of, " 248, 309, 443,

501

" We'll go to Kew in lilac time," 18 " With a ruttock, a cluttock, a wallet, a

satchel," 433 South Carolina, counties of, 31, 189, 290, 348 ;

map of, before 1776, 168, 256 Southey (Bobert), bibliography of his works, 31,

74 ; his ' Life of Nelson,' 162 Sovereigns, English, as deacons, 48, 97, 137 Spanish Armada, thanksgiving hymn, 1589,

414 Speech of the twentieth century, 379


Sponges, first used for domestic purposes, 46 Spottiswood (Archbishop) and Law, their

letter to James I., 129 " Spruce "=natty, use of the word, 33 " Spruce girl," term used 1778, 187 Stafford (Thomas), his capture of Scarborough

Castle, 1557, 233

Stainton (Elizabeth), Abbess (?), 1247, 9, 72 Stamps, farthing Victorian, 34, 93, 134, 176 Standard-bearer at Bosworth Field, 208 Stanley (John), Etonian, 1756, 169, 235 " Star* Chamber," early instances of the name,

207 Starlings taught to speak, 68, 114, 154, 218, 270,

388

Stars in lists of India stockholders, 168, 235 Stars, questions on life in, 414 " Starvation," earliest use of the word, 107 " Statesian," use of the word, 299 " Statesman " =small landowners, 1794, 278, 325 Statues : in the British Isles, 24, 145, 275, 428,

476; in Calcutta, 450; at the Boyal Ex- change, notes on, 468 Steam engines erected c. 1722, 15 Sterne (L.), 1713-1768, allusion in ' Tristram

Shandy,' 67, 192; Confucius in "Tristram

Stockeagle," local name for woodpecker, 322, 390