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Notes and Queries, July 25, 1914.


SUBJECT INDEX.


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Proverbs and Phrases:

A fact is a lie and a half, 170, 217, 298 Among the blind the one-eyed man is king,

369r 412, 477

An honest man and a good bowler, 308, 372 As busy as Throp's wife, 12, 175 Diamond cut diamond, 227 Draggin' the diyil by the tail, 14 Felix quern faciunt aliena pericula cautum,

468

Loveless as an Irishman, 68, 137 MacFa plan's geese, 270, 314 Meg's diversions, 208, 254 Men, women, and Herveys, 252 Not room enough to swing a cat, 187, 237,

276

Nuts to (a person), 386 Of sorts, 174

Rome was not built in a day, 166 Satius est petere fontes, quam sectari rivulos,

269, 317

Shipshape and Bristol fashion, 446 Traverse the cart, 7 What comes over the devil's back goes under

his belly, 427, 493

Within sound of Bow bells, 167, 237 Year of our Lord God, 269

Providence, the voyage of, under Capt. Bligh, 489 Puizar (Marquis of), Colonel 24th Regiment, 1695,

87

Pumbersfelten, place-name, its locality, 291 ' Punch,' alterations in its wrapper, 167 Punctuation signs, origin of, 16

Purchass ( ), c. 1750, his identity, 170

Push-plough, the use of, 194, 234, 3il, 356 Pyke, Freeman, Dav, and Parry" families, 146,

193 Pykeryng (Ralph), Winchester scholar, 1523, 409,

517 Pyott, tradition of name taken by Graham family,

110 Pyrothonide, use of, in ancient medicine, 57


' ; Quarrel d'Olman," expression of 1684, 270, 317

Quartermaine (Dr. William), his will, 1667, 154

Quartermaine family, 154

' Queen of my Heart,' words of song, 10

Quenton (G.), artist, c. 1801, 389, 454

Quimbeau (Mademoiselle), alluded to by Gray,

509 Quipp (Rev. William), c. 1665, his parentage, 389,

434

Quotations :

A hearty welcome gives a genial zest, 188 A woman's love is like that Syrian flower,

109 Ah, que les gens d'esprit sont betes ! 348,

396

An honest man and a good bowler, 308, 372 And elephant-like I had a cake put in mv

trunk, 249

And I still onward haste to my last night, 429 And where thy footstep glearus, 511 Anger, which, far sweeter than trickling

drops of honey, 188 Are you little gimlet holes, 109 As long as idle dogs will bark, 289 At the muckin' o' Geordie's byre, 429, 475,

514


Quotations :

Beat on, proud billows, Boreas blow, 201, 256 r

296

Behold ! the radiant Spring, 429, 514 C'e"?t progress en spirale, 151, 214, 272 Christ came to establish a kingdom, not a

Church, 87 Cowed by no danger, harassed by no dread,

109 Donner quelque clat a ce malheureux petit

peuple juif, 49, 298

Duke Smithson of Northumberland, 429, 478 Eastern wisdom gave me birth, 370, 418 Felix quern faciunt aliena pericula cautum,.

468

Ful semely after hir mete she raughte, 365 God give us men ! A time like this demands,

307, 357, 413 He cheered me oft, 511 He was forty-six, grey as a rat, earnest,

thoughtful, 429 Helas ! je sais aussi tous les secrets des cieux,,

466 Here let the Muse withdraw the bloodstained

steel, 109

I believe in dreams of duty, 50, 113 I hate the black negation of the bier, 328 r

396

Imperious and yet forlorn, 408 Indeede I do desyre some wealthe to have at

will, 83 It 's ill arguing with the master of many

legions, 291, 335 Joy when they praise thee, regret when they

blame, 231 Les femmes sont sujettes a une ferocite

4pidmique, 208 Lesbia doth laugh to heare sellers and buyers,,

206

Listen to this, all ye Arminians, 88 Lord, what these weathers are cold ! 270, 315 Madame, your countrymen are all of them

thieves, 291, 335 Man is immortal till his work is done, 36,.

197 Miss not the occasion : by the forelock take,,

148

My camp is in the West, 307 No backward path, no home (more ?) return- ing, 511 Nos^ habitat, non tartara, sed nee sidera

cceli, 429 O God, I think again Thy thoughts after

Thee, 270 O nox quam longa est quae facit una senem r

125 One physician, like a sculler, plies, 231, 273,

396

One takes a wife to flatter his pride, 270 Ours is the harvest where the Indians mow r

327, 414, 474 Por ce ine abbassa come vinto e stance, 250 y

334, 416

Shake out your reefs, 429

Sibyls and prophets have already spoken, 57 Some are blessed with prayer denied, 450 Speak to me. Lord Byron, 388 The exercising of weapons putteth away

aches, griefs, and diseases, 169 The frost so hideous, they water mine ecu,,

270, 315 The Havarnal of Odin old, 87, 137, 198

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