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"Notes and Queries, July 31, 1915. 8 QB JEC F INDEX.


521


'Trusts, ancient, society to protect, 151

" Tubby," name for grotesque figure of a dog

Tumbrel " cum colo et fuso," a penalty, 1340

339

" Tundish" = funnel, its use, 106, 155 Turf, " the Turf," use of the phrase, 299 Turkish saying, " Wait till the tail breaks '

207

Turtle affected by thunder, 52 "Twin, " one of a twin," phrase used 1817, 318 Twins, convention or assonance in names of, 69 'Twyning (Capt. W.), Royal Beg. Artillery, d.

'Tyson (Elizabeth) =T. Chapman, c. 1700, 69, 251


U

TJdall (John), trial for felony of, 1590, 251, 289,

303, 388 TJnger (Theophil Christian), German biblio

grapher, d. 1719, 49 University thases, Scottish, 493


"*' Varapp^e," use and meaning of the word,

134

Vavares, character in an old play, 320 Vanderpool (Thomas), Etonian, 1761, 169, 235 Vaughan (Henry), the family of, 209, 270 Vega (Lope de), his ghost story, 417, 498 Verchild (James), Etonian, 1757, 169, 235 Verchild (William), Etonian, 1757, 169, 235 Verdon (John), Etonian, 1765, 267 Verger, manner of carrying his staff, 494 Vernon, the Jacobite mercer, his Christian name,

150 Vieira (Antonio), 1608-97, Jesuit of Portugal,

109, 156, 191, 231

Villet (Thomas), Etonian, 1762, 267

  • ' Vin gris " in Lorraine, 136

Vincent (Mrs.), Mrs. Mills, actress, c. 1751, 472 Virgil, " Sibil " in Bishop Douglas's translation,

8 ; his ' JEneid,' Caxton and Bishop Douglas,

46

Vispr6 (Victor), painter, his death, 402, 476 Volunteering in 1797, " Plan II.," 360


W

Wakefield(E. Gibbon )= Eliza S. Pattle, 1816,68,

115

Walden (Lord), Etonian, 1756, 452 Walker (Henry), ironmonger, c. 1641, his literary

frauds, 2, 22, 42, 62

Walker (Peter), b. 1741, his descendants, 362, 476 Waller (Edmund), his descendants, 109, 173,

257, 325

Wallis (G.), antiquary and gunsmith, Hull, 452 Wallis (Dr. John), notices of, 1663, 415 41 Walloons " of Belgium and France, 37 Wallop or Walhope family, 320 Walton-in-Gordano parish registers, 489

  • ' Wangle " meanings of the word, 65, 115, 135,

178, 216, 258, 330 War: a vision of the World-war, 1819, 171, 238 ;

new words provided by, 246 ; name for the,

1914, 312


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

238, 305

Ware (Martin), of Greenwich, c. 1720, 320 Warton (Thomas), c. 1785, his letters and poems,

229 Washington (Amphillis), her maiden name, 37,

72 " Wastrel "= waste land, use of the word, 109,

154

Watch (Will), china figure of pirate, 190 Waterloo, and the Franco-German War, officers taking part in both, 227 ; Houssaye on the battle of, 353

Waterspouts, charms against, 294 Way (Lewis), author, c. 1815, 49, 112, 176 " Weather houses," advertisement of, 1725-6,

378

Webster (John), and Sir T. Overbury's ' Charac- ters,' 313, 335, 355, 374 Webster (Joshua), M.D., 1777, his parentage, 328,

388

Welch Guards, motto and emblem of, 206 ; regi- ment of, raised 1915, 206 " Welch," or " Welsh," of the Royal Fusiliers,

452

Wellington (Duke of), his saying on cricket, 300 Wesley (Charles), his ordination, 1735, 68 West (Edward), Etonian, 1761, 267 Westminster, Ayrton light on Clock Tower, 90,

154, 232 Westminsters, Old, 29, 48, 90, 108, 174, 209, 231,

281, 300, 326, 328, 380, 400, 410, 431, 437 Whitchurch (Alexander), attorney, c. 1757,

302

White flag as sign of truce, 1444, 147 Whiterill, Shakespearian critic, 49 Whitmore (Dame Elizabeth), d. 1667, her

burial, 28

Whitton, Field, Day, and Sumner families, 150 " Wick," meaning of the word, 321, 388 Widdi cote "= sky, etymology of the word, 32 4 Widsith,' the Hunas of, 143, 198 ; interpolations

and dislocations in, 485 Wilgress (Lieut.-Col. E. Paston), Royal Reg.

Artillery, 151 Willesly (T.), M.A., Vicar of Wombourne, 1652,

49

Willett family in America, 401 William the Conqueror, his armour in Tower of

London, 322

Williamson (Capt.) and Major Grose, 418 Williamson (John), Mayor of Coventry, 1793-5,

321

Williamson (Rev. Dr. J.), F.R.S., 1749, 251 Williamson family of Annan, 9 Wills (Lieut. John), R.N., d. 1764, his burial,

473 Willyams (Mrs. Brydges), friend of Disraeli, 190,

218, 234, 288

Winchester College, Warden's visit to London, 1472, 221 ; Hall-book, 1401-2, 393, 415, 426,

Witches, engraving of seven hanged, 1650, 415

Woffington (Mary), witnesses to her marriage, 1746, 360

Wombourne, co. Staffs, the vicars of, 1555 to 1652, 49

Women, serving as men on board ship, 398 ; ex- travagances of dress, 1581, 415

Wood (Major E.), Rojal Reg. Artillery, d. 1842, 130

Wood (Sampson), Etonian, 1762, 267, 410