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Notes and Queries, July 25, 1914.


SUBJECT INDEX.


531


Huntingdonshire Book Clubs, 461

Huntsman, legend of the Wild Huntsman, 15. 76.

152, 197, 232

Hurricane at Hornsea, 1732, 266 Hutchinson (Mrs.), her portrait, c. 1820, 170 Hussein (Khoja) and his brother, tale of, 16, 438 Hyde Park Corner, Leeds, origin of name, 185 Hydon's Ball, place-name in Surrey, 409, 453


I

Ice, its use for the table and medical purposes,

Iden (Paul), d. 1514, brass to, at Penshurst, 28

" He," the termination, its pronunciation, 45

Ilfracombe= Alfred's Combe ? 1283, 50, 177

Indexes to newspapers, 187

India and Iran, personal names in, 7, 77

" Infit," corresponding to an outfit, 1841, 105

Inglis (H. D.), 1795-1835, author, 189

Inman (George), c. 1728, his descendants, 328

Insanity, ancient views and treatment, 11,77, 137

Inscriptions : on bell, Lancashire, 28, 149 ; Holy

Trinity churchyard, Shaftesbury, 44, 124, 284,

504 ; sundial, " Utque redit viarn. . . .," 48, 95 ;

in British cemeteries, Naples, 225 : on cannon,

Margate, 326, 374, 415

Interview, the invention of the, 1867, 210, 274 Inwood or Inward family, 517 lona, derivation of the place-name, 490 Iran and India, personal names in, 7, 77 Ireland, early map of, its date, 208, 254, 273, 297 Ireland (S. W. H.), his poem ' The Fisher Boy,'

291, 333

Irish family histories, 24, 66, 223, 263 Irish wills and registers, 1770 to 1830, 370 Iron, domestic, and other metal-work, 151 Ive (Simon), musician, b. 1660, 291, 314, 355


J. (W.), author of poem, 1781, 391

Jackson (Anthony), his wife, c. 1626, 251

" Jacobite," word used 1425, 387

Jamaica, genealogy of English families in, 71, 136

James, forms of the name, 151, 213, 278

James II. or William III. ? a portrait, 349

James (Roger), Winchester scholar, 1530, 390

Jane, Duchess of Gordon, ship wrecked in 1809,

496 Jaszberenyi (Miklos), courtier in Cromwell's

time, 270

Jeffreys family, co. Dorset, 10, 76 Jewel (Bishop), d. 1571, his library, 401, 441, 473,

483 ; his papers, 505

Jewel presented to Earl of Moira, 1813, 33, 436, 496 Jewish people, Voltaire on, 49, 298

  • Jock Elliot,' ballad mentioned by Scott, 49

John (King), a justification of, 63, 155, 257 ' John Gilpin,' translated into Latin elegiacs, 430,

477, 513

Johnson (Garrett), 1599, tomb-maker, 445 Johnson (Richard), his epitaph, 1607, 447 Johnsoniana, 206, 413 Jo mini (Baron A. H. de), his ' Napoleon dans

1'autre Monde,' 1827, 269, 316 Jones (Inigo), his Christian name, 376 Jones (Philip), preacher of Gloucester, 1588, 45 Jonquil (Genie), alluded to by Gray, 509 Judas Iscariot, " one day of respite from hell,"

349


K

K. ( T. ), author of pamphlet, his identity, 306

Kemendyne, origin of house-name, 309, 356

Kendrick family of Reading, 309, 371

Kester in place-names near Sidbury, 54, 113, 15 ft

" Kibob," derivation of the word, 328, 396

Kilgrimol Priory, temp. Edward III., of fiction, 430

Kill family, 391

Kilt-wearing in the Militia, 1809, 406

King (Dr. W.), author of 'Anecdotes of his

own Times,' 230, 495

King's College Hospital, founded 1839, its demoli- tion, 306

King's evil, " touching " for, 506] King's Lynn, as a spa, 27, 116 Kipling (Rudyard), uncollected items, 34, 93, 134,

309, 325, 416 ; his letters of travel, 325 ;

" Gothav'n speckshioner " in his ' Last Chantey,'

328, 393

Kiss, legal definition of a lawful, 387 Kitchin, Parry, Casson, and Harwood families,

328, 413

Knight (R. Widmore), Lieut. 66th Foot, 1758, 389 Knights, Guild of, temp. King Edgar, 13 Knowles (Mrs. M.), 1733-1807, Staffordshire poet,

448, 492


' Lady " =woman, use of the word, 1605, 487 Laigle (Richer de), killed 1085, a charter of, 321,

395

Laker, origin of the surname, 429 Lamb (Charles), " Mrs. S " in his ' Chapter on

Ears,' 257 Lambert (John), Commissioner for the trial of

Charles I., 430, 493 Lamberton, registers of runaway marriages at,

489 Lancashire proverb, " What comes over the

devil's back," 427, 493 Lancashire sobriquets, 415 Landor (W. S.), 1775-1864, Salomon in his

  • Imaginary Conversations,' 386

Langham (Sir J.), Bart., c. 1654, his ' Memoirs,' 16,

53, 155, 252

Langham (W.), fl. 1716, his profession, 150 Languetus (Hubertus), his life, c. 1564-6, 231 Lanherne Convent, altar frontals from, c. 1619,

344

" Lappet," use of the word, 1627, 227 Lathbury (John) and Macaulay, 128 Latin palaeographic contractions, 10 Law maxim : " Satius est petere fontes," 269,

317 Lawrence (Sir Thomas), his portrait of Mrs,

Hutchinson, c. 1820, 170 Lechlade (Walter de), Precentor of Exeter, 1283,

370, 418

Ledlie and Hewitt families, 86 Leeds, Hyde Park Corner at, 185 " Left his corpse," on gravestone, 1727, 225 " Leg of Mutton " badge and club, c. 1814, 229 Legends from Lourdes, 343 Legs tied together after death, 128, 196, 236, 278,

296, 350, 414

Lenten recipe, c. 1544, 267 L'Estrange (Sir Roger), his poem ' The Loyal

Prisoner,' 1648, 201, 256, 296 Lethe, river or plain, 326 Leyson family, 248, 312, 375 Licensed victualler acting as parish clerk, 344