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Notes and Qiieries, July 1922. SUBJECT INDEX. 507 German Duchies and Principalities, eighteenth- century, 371, 415, 473 Germanicus, his wife Agrippina, 217, 295 Gervase de Cornhill, 51 Gezreel's Tower, Rochester, 199 Gilar, Denbighshire, 32, 115 " Gill ale," 489 Gillman (or Guillim) family, 370, 415 Giraldus Cambrensis, meaning of passages wanted, 272 Gladstone (W. E.) and the song ' Camptown Races,' 169, 217 Glass -painters of York : the Hodgson family, 44 ; John de Burgh, 88 ; chronological lists, 184, 222 Gloucester Journal, bicentenary, 261, 283 Goat : lines on statuette, 72, 118 Gordon (Mrs.), novelist, 158 Gordon (Charles D.), translator of Fritz Mauthner's ' Aristotle,' 329, 398 Gordon (" Chinese ") in sculpture, 430 ; Tupper's poems on, 452 Gordon (Clarence), b. 1835, 349, 494 Gordon (Donald) and the Mount Morgan mine, 4U8 Gordon (Eduardo G.), 429 Gordon (James), nurseryman of Mile End, and Linnaeus, 250, 313 Gordon (Sir John William), his portrait, photo- graphed in the Crimea, 169, 219 Gozaeus (Thomas) and the University of Louvain, 486 Graf ton, Oxon, 318 Graham family of Mackinston, 209 Granger's ' Biographical Dictionary,' 150 Grant (Baron), lines on, 31, 75, 115, 137 Grave (Henri de) and the University of Louvain, 486 " Grave " and " gressom," derivation of words 246, 311 Green (Mr.), inventor of the Kinematograph, 401 Green Goose Fair = Bow Fair, 305 Greene (Anne) survives hanging, 472 Greenwood (James), " The Amateur Casual," 219 " Gregor " of the Mosquito Coast, 190, 233 " Gressom " and " grave," derivation of words, 246, 311 Greville (Mrs.), her ' Prayer of Indifference,' 108, 176 Grey (Mrs. Elizabeth Caroline), 373 Griffith (Moses), copper-plate engraver, 16 Grimald (Nicholas), his parentage, 56 Groombridge Place, Kent, painting of, 490 Guernsey : St. Michael's Church, 130, 197 Gugitz (Gustav), his criticism of Casanova's ' Me mo ires,' 47 Guiccioli's (Countess) ' Recollections of Lord Byron,' 229, 297, 436 Guildford (Lady), 109 Guinea Company's flag, 278 Guinness (Mr.), member of the Royal Society of Musicians, 1845, 491 Gun Powder Plot of 1615, 208, 256 Guor Anegon of Ancaster, 443 H " H," Celtic, Latin and German influences, 32, 116, 172, 338 Hackney Mermaid and the old Freemasons, 388 Hagen family, 410 Haines (Capt. Stafford Bettes worth), officer of Indian navy, 349, 393 Hair-cutting : moon folk-lore, 93, 238 Hales (James), killed in Italy, 1735, 32 Hampshire folk-lore, 350, 398 " Hampshire hogs," meaning of phrase, 468, 497 " Hand and Pen," users of the sign, 168, 216, 293, o80 Harboard (William), b. 1682, his ancestry, 94 Harcourt, the House of, 15, 37, 77, 98 Harcourt (Philip de), Bishop of Bayeux, 126 Harcourt (Simon), minor-poet, 91 Harcourt (Simon), Clerk of the Peace, Middlesex, 1693, 271 Harcourt, town in Normandy, 78 Harcourt family of Birmingham, 409, 476 Hardgrave (Charles), glass-painter, d. 1920, 45 Harding (James Duffield), artist, 1798-1863, 9, 57 " Hard -lying money," first official use of term, 408 Hardres (Thoresby), Westminster scholar, 32 Harenc (Benjamin) of Foots Cray Place, 191, 258 Harlow (George Henry), artist, b. 1787, 49 Harness, brass ornaments on, 410, 459, 478 Harper (Henry Andrew), landscape painter, 9, 57 Harrel (Sir David), " the ideal Under-Secretary," 410 Harrington (Lady), portrait wanted, 227, 318 Harrison (Miss Ann), her portrait in the New Gallery, 328 Hart (Mrs. Fanny), author of poem ' Harry,' 39 Hartlib (Samuel), 1600-1662, his residence in England and burial-place, 110, 157 Haryngy (De) as surname and place-name, 109 Hatchments : see under Heraldry Hatfield : ' Historia Oppidi Hatfieldiensis,' 209 Hatton (John), d. 1793, 350, 395 Havenc (Benjamin), High Sheriff of Kent, 1777, 191 " Hay silver," meaning of term, 409, 454, 494 Hazlitt as a portrait painter, 430 Heather family, 190, 258 " Hell-burner " = infernal machine invented by Giambelli, 17 Hemphiel, derivation of name, 409 Henshaw family of Uttoxeter and Cheshunt : Weake of Norfolk, 48 Heraldic : grantee of anus wanted, 453 Heraldic and genealogical societies in America, 272 Heraldic mottoes, 110, 156 Heraldry : Argent, a chevron sable between three bulls' heads erased sable, 130, 199 Argent, a cross gules, on a chief azure three mullets or, 357 Argent, a lion rampant, gules, 410 Argent, a lion rampant sable, crowned gules, 99 Argent, a lion rampant between three dexter hands, 438 Arg. on a bend sa., three lions' heads erased of the field, crowned or, 478 Argent on a bend vert, three stags' heads, 410, 474 Argent, . on a chevron sable ... as many leopards' faces or, 438 Argent, on a chevron sable between three Cornish choughs ppr., 389, 438 Azure a cross engrailed, 474 Azure, an eagle displayed, on a chief em- battled argent three torteaux, 474 Azure, the sun in splendour, or, 410, 474 Ermines, a bend cotised, or ; crest, on a mount vert, a stork statant proper, 94