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512 SUBJECT INDEX. Note s and Queries, July 29, 1922. Quotations : And morning brings its daylight and its woe, 152 And they kept their spirits up by pouring spirits down, 50, 100 Anglica (or Rustica) gens, &c-, 95, 174 i A river here, there an ideal line, 432 Bambalio, clangor, stridor, taratantara mur- mur, 94, 158 Behind our life the weaver stands, 111 But I have had the day, 47 1 Cum tacent, clamant, 94, 158 Do not hurry . . . there can be no sport till I am there, 372 Eat, goat and live . . . ,72,118 He crossed the flood . . . scarcely to feel the chill, 10 He told the story of grouse in the gunroom, 391 Here in my father's castle, 34 His last passport to Eternity, 72 History as it is written . . . conspiracy against the truth, 152 Hitch your waggon to a star, 432, 498 I shall pass through this world but once, 400 If only the good were the clever, &c., 351 It chanced, Eternal God that chance did guide, 210 Love, honour, courage made your record clean, 471 Mon petit fils qui n'as encore rien vu, viens voir ce beau monde . . . ,351 O'er pale Britannia passed, 391, 438 Once aboard the lugger, 150, 198, 232, 292 Qui strepit in campo, 489 Sapiens dominabitur astris, 12, 473 She, standing in the yellow morning sun, &c., 438 Sometimes her mouth with deep regret is grave, I know, 432 Sorry is, then, a part of love, 170 That the light of a sun that is coming, 438 That there's on earth a yet auguster thing . . . than Parliament or King, 191, 239 The Crusades served to people heaven with martyrs, 391 The Pope, that Pagan full of pride . . 252, 298 The smaller the house, the greater the peace, 273 The treasures of antiquity laid up, &c., 391 Time with a gift of tears, 18, 54, 96, 136, 219 There's nothing worth the wear of winning, 453, 498 These are not dead, their spirits never die, 391 These are the souls to which High Valour gave glory undying, 391 To those whom the gods wish to punish, is granted the desire of their hearts, 273 Tout homme a deux pays, 152, 199 Unnatural divorce betwixt delight and me, 111 What news bring you from the Holy Countrie?, 391 What silences we keep year after year, 111. 158 When a man has not a good reason . . . letting it alone, 410 When spring's voice is heard . . . but the cuckoo knows, 49 Quotations : Yet to the remnants of thy splendour past, 191 When I received this volume small, &c., 351 R Rabbits, their introduction into Australia, 32 Race (Daniel), chief cashier of Bank of England, 190 Racing stable terms, 286 Radges (S.), twenty-year subscription to news- paper, 30 " Raffaele," military term, 409 Raikes family and the ' Gloucester Journal,' 261, 283 Rain and fishing, 72 Ratcliffe, mutations of old, 466 Ratcliffe Cross and Stairs memorial, restoration movement, 20 Ravensteyn ( Josse) and the University of Louvain, 486 Rayment family, 391, 474 Reader (William) and the authorship of ' The Ruins of Kenilworth,' 390 Redfern (Francis) of Uttoxeter, 168 " Reeve," derivation of word, 311 " Regent "= Leg-rest, 431 Reid the mountebank, 409, 492 Reiners (Cornelius) and the University of Louvain, 486 Reunion Club, 323 Reynolds (G. W. Me Arthur), b. 1814, 333 Reynolds (Richard), Bishop of Bangor, portrait wanted, 273 Reynolds family of Loughacur, Co. Leitrim, 370 Rhymed history of England, 249, 297, 352, 376, 397, 414, 458 Rhyming history of Rome, 430 " Richard (Old)," 271 Richards (J.), church painted by, 130 Richardson (Edward M.), his bust of Dr. Gideon Mantell, 31 Richmond Park : " The King's Standinge," 273, 317 Ridel (Stephen), witness to early royal charter, 242 " Rising glasses," 491 Robertson (Miss Janet), 158 " Robin Hood wind," 378, 411 Robins (Thomas Sewell), landscape and marine artist, d. 1880, 9, 58 Roche Sanadoire, 329, 414 Rochester charters : " Waveson," 451 Rochford (Viscountess), sister-in-law of Anne Boleyn. 410 Rollo (Duke of Normandy) and the House of Harcourt, 15 ' Roman d'Alexandre,' French poem, 55 Rome, rhyming history of, 430 Rope of sand, 309, 353, 417 Rose (H. Randolph), artist, 9, 58 Rose family of Kilravock, 32 Rothamsted Library, presentation of early book on agriculture, 180 Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes, 229, 318 Royal Arms of Edward III., 410, 459 Royal Charter of A.D. [?| 1189, 241 ; corrigendum, 280 Royal Society and Freemasonry, 42, 175 Rudge (Rev. James), d. 1852, 56 Rudge family, 56