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Notes and Queries, July 29, 1922. SUBJECT INDEX. 515 Van Dyck portraits : ' Two Young Cavaliers' and Jane Goodwyn, 150, 215 Van Goyen (Jan) /landscape painter, 1596-1656, 8, 53 ' Vanity Fair,' caricature of Charles Kingsley, 226 Vaucauson, his inventions, 331 Venice : the Sotto Piombi, or the Piombi, fi Verlaine (Paul), his stay in England, 14, 237 Vesalius (Andreas), his mother, 349 Viles (Edward), 459 Villebois, artist, 55 Villiers (Barbara), portraits of, 251 Villiers family, 329 Virginia Company, 341 Vouillemont family, 110 W Waddon : Mr. Macdonald's house at, 469, 498 Wad ham (B. B.), landscape painter of Liverpool, 9, 58 Wainwright (Henry), his poem on his murder of Harriet Lane, 251, 338 Waite (Anthony), Winchester scholar, 469 Waldegrave and Wentworth families, 468 Wales, maps, 32, 115 Walker (John), subscribers to his ' Sufferings of the Clergy,' 28, 47 Walker family and the Gloucester Journal, 284 " Walking dictionary," origin of the expression, 53 Ward ( Art emus ) = Charles F. Brown, 54 Warner's * Ecclesiastical History of England,' 47 Warsaw : Latin inscriptions over entrance of the Lazenki Palace, 151, 254 Washington (Thomas) of Cerne Abbas, 453 " Water measure " for apples and pears, 71 Water Theatre, Piccadilly, 331 Watson (Sir Brook), the one-legged Lord Mayor, 251, 314, 397, 438 Weake family of Norfolk, 48 We hster arid Middleton's play * Anything for a Quiet Life,' 11, 50 Wedding-ring : change of hand, 453, 495 Wellington testimonial clock tower, 79 Wentworth and Waldegrave families, 468 Werre (John la), witness to early royal charter, 242 Wesley (John), his first publication, 9, 115 Wesley (Samuel) the younger, 91 Westenhanger plot, Eachard's version, 281 West Indies : fever outbreak in early nineteenth century, 206 Westminster and St. Martin's-in-the-Fiolds, 268 Westminster Abbey, Looten monument in, 469 Wharram-le-Street, the " woe waters" of, 295, 473 Whately (Mary), her poems, 108 Wheeler family of Laverton, Glos., 328 White (Gilbert) of Sell.orne, portrait, 109, 152 White (Ucv. Henry) ol' I-'ylield. his diaries, 250 Whitechapel as an east London Norfolk colony, 345 Whitefoord family, 108, 153, 243, 285 Wilde (Oscar), his " Catalogue," 271 ; imprint on 1907 edition of * Salome,' 329 " Wildrath," writer on sport, 390 Williams (Edward Ellerker), b. 1793, 180 Williams (Rev. J. de Kewer), 59 Williams (Rev. John Charles) of Buckingham- shire, 121, 146, 232 Williams family of Islington, 188, 232 Will-o'-the-wisps, cause of, 72 " Willoughby and his Avisa," 348 Willys (Sir Richard), traitor, 101, 123, 145 Wimberley (William Clark), particulars sought, 372 Winchester College, entries in account roll of, 1538- 1539, 132 Windsor, privileges of the Dean and Canon of, 148 Wine : virtues of buried, 290, 356 ; books dealing with, 309, 355 Winstanley, his " Wonderful barrel," 331 Wollstonecraft (Mary) : see Shelly (Mary Vull- stonecraft) Woman councillor, proper title for, 238 Woodham (Wodham) family, 31

    • Woodman," writer on sport, 390

Woods (Nicholas), The Times correspondent in Canada, 1860, 369, 412 Woodville (R. Caton), referred to as " Villebois," 55 Woolfe (Sir Richard), 36 Wordsworth (Miss Elizabeth), lines from verse quoted, 351 Wren (Mr. Justice) of Cumberland, 230 Wren (Thomas) of Seatoller, 230 Wright (John and Christopher); gunpowder plot conspirators, 228, 280, 358 W T roth family, 372, 418, 434, 478 " Wylot," land measurement term, 48, 96, 198 " Wypers," 172, 451 Xavier (Sister), ' Just for To-day ' attributed to. 94, 159 Yates family, 310, 379, 417, 430 Yatton church, Somerset, arms in, 210 York, episcopal arms of, 328, 375, 419 Yorkshire folk-lore. TO Yorkshire land-terms : " onstand," " gairns," 89 Ypres, pronunciation of place-name, 172, 451 Zouch (Lord), d. K5-J5. his burial-place, 390, 434