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Notes and Queries, July 29, 1922. TWELFTH SERIES. VOL X. SUBJECT INDEX. [For classified articles see ANONYMOUS WORKS, BOOKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED, CHRISTIAN NAMES, FOLK-LORE, HERALDRY, LONDON, MOTTOES, PLACE-NAMES, PROVERBS AND PHRASES, QUOTATIONS, SONGS, SURNAMES, and TAVERN SIGNS.] Abbott Richard), ot Burton, Westmorland, date of death wanted, 190 Abercrombie (John), horticulturist, d. 1806, 273, 313 " Abyssinian " cross carried in procession on Armistice Day, 9 ; presented to Westminster Abbey, 79 Accra : James Fort inscriptions, 245 Adair (James), historian, 94 Adams (Thomas), of Warkworth, Northumber- land, dates of birth and death wanted, 310 Addison's ' Spectator,' edition published by Ton- son and Draper, 168, 235 Afghanistan, inscription on Irishman's tomb, 347 Akenside (Mark), d. 1770, 273 Alcock (Charles), writer on cricket and football, d. 1907, 310, 357 Aldeburgh: Commonwealth marriages and burials in Register Book, 81, 104, 124, 142, 175; destruction of church in 1643, 301 Aldworth (Avery), m. 1630/31, 197 Allingham family, 390 ' Allostree's Almanack,' 1680, 70 " Ambidexter," earliest use of word in legal phraseology, 15 America, British settlers in, 57, 114, 178, 198 American Civil War, books on, 431, 476 American humorists : Capt. G. H. Derby, 154, 219 Amore family, 371 Ancaster, Guor Anegon of, 443 Andrewes (Thomas), sheriff at execution of Mary Stuart, 410 Andrews (D.) do Swaythling, book-plate of, 191, 236 Anglo-Saxon riddle : ' The Cuckoo,' 109 Animals, three most dangerous, 72, 113 Annamaboe, notes on, 41 Anonymous Works : British Melodies, 48 Comic Natural History, 92 Duke of Mantua, The : a Tragedy, 288 Miser Fairbrother's Daughter, 252 Norman People, 229 To-day and other Poems, 94, 119 Two Months in New Orleans and the Con- federate States, 34, 79 Antigua, condition of military burial-ground, 351 " Antiseptic island " : Inishglara, 489 ' Anything for a Quiet Life,' play by Webster and Middleton, 11, 50 Apprentices to and from overseas, 29, 69, 106, 248 327, 429, 472 Arab (or Eastern) horses, 91, 138, 154, 198, 257 Archer family, British settlers in America, 368 Armageddon Chapel, Clifton, 109 Arms, unidentified, 130, 199, :>:{<; Armstrong (John), vicar of Tidenham, 1845-1853, 257 Armstrong family, 48, 435 Arnold (Matthew), his reference to history as " the huge Mississippi of falsehood," 34, 119; his quotation from Erigena, 252 Arras : the so-callc<r Spanish .-urhitorturo ofc. 3 Artists : biographical < IHails sought, 9 Arundel Club, 32 1 Ash dlthorpo Church, Norfolk, inscriptions in, 227 ' Assumption of the Virgin ' : see under National Gallery 11 At " or " in," use with place-names, 170, 234, 358