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Notes and Queries, July 29, 1922. SUBJECT INDEX. 511 Pawnbroker's sign, origin of, 431 Pearson (Cornelius), landscape artist, d. 1891, 9, 57 Pedigrees wanted, 32 Pedwardine family, 272, 339 Peel Yates family, 310, 379, 417 Peeters (Kuner) and the University of Lou vain, 486 Pelican legend, 246 Pellico (Silvio), his imprisonment in the Sotto Piombi, 6 Penderell (Richard), descendants of, 169, 256, 296, 357 Penn (William), new light on, 306 " Penny dreadfuls " : see under Literature. Petrograd, pictures in the Hermitage of, 114, 175, 217 Peyto (Edward) of Chesterton, 384 Pharaoh as surname, 15, 78 Phillipps (Sir Thomas), 1792-1872, his collection of MSS., 189, 230, 295, 358 ; Devaux letters, 389 Phillips (Archdeacon Stephen), b. 1638, 180 Phillips (Watts), dramatist, novelist and artist, 226, 296 Pies, custom of tossing for, 53 Pigott (Charles), author of ' The Jockey Club,' d. 1794, 347 Pilate's wife, Claudia Procula, 150, 216, 295 Pillow (Pilau) Club, 175 Pimlico, origin of place-name, 110 Pindar's Bagnio, 409, 458 " Piscator" = Rev. Bd. Smith, 270, 335 Pius IX. (Pope), dates of his election and death, 9 Place-Names : " At " or " in," use with, 170, 234, 358 Bawwaw, 68 Blancheapelton, 345 Bourson, Yorkshire, 371 Chinkwell, 93, 157, 236 Dame Anthony's Green, 470 Dapp's Hill, 330 Dear Clifford's Seat, 30 De Haryngy, 109 De Heringeshae, 248, 318 " Den," Kentish names ending in, 49, 116 Foley, Co. Hereford, 370 Foregate, Strand, 330 Graf ton, Oxon, 318 Highgate, 132, 239 Julian Bower, 449 " Love " in, 130, 473 Male, 490 Mother Anthony's Well, 470 Pimlico, 110 Stroud Green =Stanestaple, 188 Sussex, pronunciation or, 30 Swaythling, 191, 236 Tokeley Gully, 432 Ypres, 172, 451 Plaistow (Catherine) of Dublin, her pedigree, 452 Planta (John), his spinning-wheel, 189 Plot (Dr. Robert), his ' Natural History of Staffordshire,' 440 Plugenet family, 38 Plunket (Archbishop), his execution, 65 Pocock (Dorothy) of Bradley Court in Chieveley, Berks, 271 Poe (Edgar Allan), his ' Berenice,' 230, 298 ; literary allusions in works of, 408 Poetry, eighteenth-century, 91, 108, 137, 176 Police, London mounted, 468 " Policeman poet " : see Conic ay Polish dissidents, subscriptions for, 430, 475 Polish exiles in Britain, graves of, 129 Pocock (Nicholas), artist, b. 1740, 9, 57, 58 Poor law : curious deed of obligation, 402, 471 Popish Plot and the Lyttleton family, 349, 394 Postal rates, inequality of, 29 Powell (George E. J.), b. 1842, 53 Prest (Thomas Peskett), dramatist, 458 Prime Minister, earliest use of title, 117, 155, 377, 433 Printing House-square : the ' Lamb and Lark " tavern, 429 Prisoners who have survived hanging, 472 Prodhome (William) of Warwickshire, 288 Proverbs and Phrases : Antes muerto que mutado, 450 Arejiae funis effici non potest, 309 A tailor is only the ninth part of a man, 72 Burnt his boats, 79, 115 Cannot away with, 470, 497 Comparisons are odious, 487 Coventry, to send to, 251 East or West, hame's best, 34 Ex arena funiculum nectis, 309 Hampshire hogs, 468, 497

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House of husbandry, 189 Living library, 53 Ne scit sanus quid sentiat aeger aut plenus quid patiatur jejunus, 150, 255 Parlor within the Manor Place, 168 Probability is the guide to life, 329, 377 Quasi Olivero currente, 272 Robin Hood wind, 378, 411 Rope of sand, 309, 353, 417 Satan reproving sin, 130, 174 Tell that to the marines, 72 That will not be willingly let die, 432 Tour d'ivoire, 251, 315 " Up to," 169 Walking dictionary, 53 Prusom's Island = Hilliard's Court, 378 Prussia, opinions on : references wanted, 470 Psalm Ixxxiii., heading in the Common Prayer Book, 8, 52 Ptolemyas, surname, 15 Public schools, order of importance and priority, Pudens and Martial, 410, 474 Pugh (Edward), miniature-painter and landscape artist, 9, 58 Pugh (Ephraim), drawing master at the Liverpool Mechanics' Institution, 58 ' Punch,' lines published in 1885 wanted, 351 Punishment in the U.K. : broken at the wheel, 208, Lr6 Society, l.V> ' Quarterly Review ' and Keats's death, 221 " Quis," writer on sport, 390 Quotations : A heart at leisure from itself, 10 All suffering flesh is Christ, 72 A man may cry, " Church, church. &e.," 410, 460