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504 SUBJECT INDEX. Not es and Queries, July 29, 1922. Books recently published : Tolkien's (J. R. R.) A Middle English Vocabu- lary, 420 Tudor Constitutional Documents, A.D. 1485- 1603, by J. R. Tanner, 479 Twinings in the Strand, by E. E. Newton, 480 Varley's (Telford) Hampshire, 120 Victorian Age, The, by W. R. Inge, 399 Victorian Bibliography, Excursions in, by Michael Sadleir, 419 Watkins's (Alfred) Early British Trackways. 2*0 Booksellers, Provincial, A.D. 1714, 28 Bordieu, or Bourdieu (James), Westminster Scholar, 453 Boss of Billingsgate, 452 Boston Museum, portraits of Dickens and Coler- idge in,, 148, 198 Botticelli, ' The Assumption of the Virgin ' at- tributed to, 181 Botticini, the ' Assumption of the Virgin ' at- tributed to, 181 Boulger (John and William) of Oxford University, 131 Bourne (Sir John), Secretary of State, 1558, 367, 435, 477 Bourson, place-name, 371 Bow Fair = Green Goose Fair, 305 Boyce (Samuel), d. 1775, 108 Brade (Harper and James), Westminster Scholars, 431 Bragge (William), his collection of books about tobacco, 470 Braithwaite (Abe), his work on strange occur- rences in Yorkshire, 70 Brasses, representation of St. Christopher on, 77 Bredon Hill, poems on, 390, 473 Brerewood (Thomas), poet, d. 1748, 91 Bretel, Christian-name, 170 Bretton family, British settlers in America, 368 Brewers' Company, 114 Brighton : the Antheum or Oriental Garden in 1833, 32, 76 ; drawing of the " Chalybeate," 209, 295 Brindley family of Hayfield, Derbyshire, 131 ' British and Foreign Review,' 453, 493 ' British Melodies,' 48, 115 British settlers in America, 57, 114, 178, 198, 256, 327, 368, 413 Broderip (John), organist of Wells Cathedral, 350, 394 Broke (Capt. Philip B. V.), Commander of Shannon in engagement with Chesapeake, 465 Brooke family arms, 470 Brothers of the same Christian name, 59, 258 Brown (Charles F.) = " Artemus Ward/' 54 Brown (J. H.), his ' Pipe of Tobacco,' 108, 176 Browning (Robert), quotation from ' A Lover's Quarrel,' 49, 119 Buckeridge (Katharine), of Ipsden, Oxon, 250 Buffaloes, Royal Antediluvian Order of, early references to, 229, 318 Bull (John), of West Jersey, 430 " Bull and mouth," 168, 257 Bunsen (Christian) and Connop Thirl wall, 9 Burdett (Robert), Westminster scholar, 290, 356 Burgh (John), glass-painter of York, 88 " Burnt his boats " : see under Proverbs and Phrases " Bur-walnut," 19L 238, 338 Bushell (Lady), 244 Busick (R.) of Epsom, 251 Butcher (James G.), Westminster scholar, 431 Byerley family of Byerley, their earliest seat, 453 Byron (Lord) and Thomas Campbell : a parallel, 45 ; and Corsica in 1821, 270, 312 ; and ' The Duke of Mantua,' 288 ; and the Royal Society, 430, 498 Cadby (Mr.), piano maker, 168, 219 Caen Wood : see Ken Wood Calderon de la Barca (Frances), 250, 339 Calendar, reformations of the, 395 ; old and new style and the Treasury's financial year, 369, 432 Calkin (Lance), artist, 290, 379 Cambridge (Earl of), his -arms, 491 Cambuc, early ball game, 7 Cammug, early ball game, 7 Campbell (Thomas) and Byron : a parallel, 45 Candles : " Flat candles," 467 Cane-bottomed chairs, 350, 398 Cannibal Club, 322 " Cannot away with," meaning of the expression, 470, 497 Capern (Edward), the " Robert Burns " of Devon, 110, 175 " Cap of maintenance," 151, 195, 231, 258, 379 Capon tree in Jedwater, 450, 493 Capronnier (Jean Baptiste), glass-painter of Brussels, 44 Carey (Henry), b. 1690, his poems, 91, 137 Carli (Gian Rinaldo) and Settecentescan dramatic criticism, 302 Carlings, 287, 353 Carroll family, British settlers in America, 368 Casanova (Jacques), his prison room in the Sotto Piombi, 6 ; a new criticism of his ' Memoires,' 47 ; in England, 163 ; corrigendum, 200 ' Castle Daly ' and Galway, 47 ; corrigendum, 340 Catherine, Duchess of Gordon, her visit to America, 150 Cats : in folk-lore, 429 ; tailless, 431, 472 Caxton advertisement, 469 Ceremonial vestments of the judiciary, 116 Chairs, cane-bottomed, 350, 398 Chalk in Kent and its owners, 151, 195, 255 Chamberlain (Rev. B.), of Oxford, 166 " Champagne," spellings of , 71, 116 Chance family and the ' Gloucester Journal,' 285 ' Charing Cross Magazine,' 371, 398 Charlotte (Queen), epigram on death of, 372 Charm of St. Colme, 113 Cheapside, width of, 290, 335 Cheese Saint and cheese sacrifices, 237 Chesapeake and Shannon, engagement between, 465 Chess : see Games Chester (Col.), his extracts from Parish Registers, 52 Chester monastery, 470 Chesterton House : seventeenth-century accounts, 384 Chimney-sweeper's climbing boys, 16 Chinese festival for departed relatives, 429 Chinkwell, derivation of name, 93, 157, 236 Chippendale (Thomas), cabinet-maker, I Christian Names : Bretel, 170, 295 Brothers of the same, 59, 25$