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Notes and Queries, July 29, 1922. SUBJECT INDEX. 513 " Running Horse," Piccadilly : see under Tavern signs Ruskin : Geneva letter found, 69 Russian words " adopted " by troops serving in Russia, 7 Ruvigny (Marquis de), his Plantaganet Rolls, 48, 318 St. Albans : Tudor fireplace at, 90 St. Anne, legends relating to, 107, 157, 233 St. Blaize, patron saint of woolcpmbers, 65 St. Brendan, incident in wanderings of, 366, 413 St. Christopher and the Christ Child, 77 St. Colme, charm of, 113 St. Dunstan's, Regent's Park, and Mr. H. H. Gibbs, 167 " St. Fraunces fire," 452, 495 St. James's Palace, cipher on, 32 St. John the Almoner, 31 St. Martin's-in-the-Fields and Westminster, 268 St. Paul's Cathedral : Oxfordshire Masons and the rebuilding of, 89, 138, 194. 214, 235 St. Paul's Cross, sermon at in 1577, 249, 295 St. Peter the Proud : see London St. Thomas's Hospital : armorial bearings, 308 Salad, saying concerning, 389, 436, 473, 494 Salome, the dance of, 459 Salt, superstitions concerning, 431, 477 Sander (Nicolas) and the University of Louvain, 486 Sansom (Mrs.), minor-poet, 91 Savery family bookplates, 131, 219 Sazan (Kan), his ' Fude no Susabi,' 308 Scarlet hunting coat, 129 Schaub (Chevalier), c. 1754, 110, 156 School holidays, 56 Schoolmasters in 1714 and 1759, 47 " Scooter," etymology of word, 149 Scot (Thomas), mayor of Dover, 1690, 209 Scotch coffee-houses and inns in the eighteenth century, 229 Scott (Sir Walter), reference wanted, 410 Scottish genealogy, 490 Scriven (John), seventeenth-century Oxfordshire plumber and glazier, 247 Sea-serpent stories, 473 " Seize quartiers," wanted, 328 " Self -Help " : addendum to Smiles's ' Self- Help ' in preparation, 168 " Senex," writer on sport, 390 Serres (D.), naval pictures by, 93, 138 Serres (John Thomas), marine painter, 9, 57, 58 Settecentescan dramatic criticism, the romantic element in, 302 Sewell (Anna), author of ' Black Beauty,' 328 Sewell (George), minor-poet, 91 Sewell (Mary), her poem ' A Mother's Last Words,' i 132, 178 " Sexagenarian," writer on sport=Rev. Edward Austen-Leigh, 390, 437 Seymour (Mary) and Lady Bushell, 244, 313, 354 Shakespeare : ' Othello,' passages omitted in First Quarto, 189, 256; allusions, 224; and the Pelican legend, 246 Shannon and Chesapeake engagement, 465 Sharp (John), d. 1772, 108 Shaw (Capt. Alexander), his marriage to Mary Ann Williams, 1813, 209 Shaw (Angus) and the Jacobite rising of 1715, 361 Shelley (Mary Woolstonecraft) and Lady Mary King, 10 " Ship," the gender of, 13 Ships : reason for launching stern foremost, 31, 76, 112 Shipton-under-Wychwood, Oxon : The Crown Inn, 166 Shooter's Hill : projected military cemetery, 330 Siddons (Henry), d. 1815, his poems, 168 Signalling, strange method of, 287 " Simnel cakes," 249, 292, 335 Simpson (Richard), editor of 'The Home and Foreign Review, 493 Sims (James), naval schoolmaster of H.M.S. Bacchante, d. 1880, 46 Simson family, 445 65th Regiment, chaplains to, 109 Skene (Rev. George), minister of St. Ninian's, Perth, 350 Skinner (Capt.), c. 1764, 290, 356 Slang, English army, as used in the Great War, 7, 201, 279, 395, 415 Smiles (Samuel), his ' Self -Help ' : addendum in preparation, 168 Smith (Rev. Bd.) = " Piscator," 270, 335 Smith (John Frederick), novelist, 229, 276, 333, 391, 475 Smith (John Spencer), British Ambassador at Constantinople, 1799, his sons, 370, 493 Smith and Benson families, 387 Smokers' folk-lore, 38, 116 Smyth (Edward) of the Middle Temple and the Southwark by-election, March, 1666, 27 Smythies (Mrs. Gordon), her play ' The Marrying Man,' 169 Somers Islands Company, 341, 362 Songs and Ballads : Ally Croaker, 268 Camptown Races, 169, 217, 379 Christmas Carol, old, 272 Commodore Gale, 490 King John and the Abbot of Canterbury, 349, 397, 435 Minstrel songs, 169, 217, 379 The King, the Bishop and the Shepherd, 349, 397, 435 Two Israelite Merchants, 210 Viva Pio, Papa, Re, 132 Yorkshire Rout, 468 " Sorencys." meaning of word, 190, 355 " Southam cyder," 250, 293, 316 " Sowmoys," meaning of word, 167, 216 Spanish architecture in Arras, 3 Spanish proverb, " Antes muerto que mutado," 450 Spies : " Mata Hari " : see Mata Hari Sport, nineteenth-century writers on, 390, 437 Sprusen's Island, near Wapping, 288, 336, 378 Spry (William) of Exeter, 14, 237 Spry family, 309, 379 ' Squibob Papers,' 154, 219 Stackhouse (John), vicar of Boldon, 1718-37, 469 Standards, early, 15 " Standards," legal use of the word, 337 " Standfast (George)," identity sought, 490 Stanestaple = Stroud Green, 188 Star Club, 491 Starkey (Oliver), 43 Stars and Stripes, first raising of, 307, 357 Steam Packet Inn, Lower Thames Street, 207, 279