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12 8. VI. APRIL 24, 192<X] NOTES AND QUERIES.


know, but recently I came across the mis- quotation in print. Shelley, writing to Peacock concerning ' Nightmare Abbey ' on June 20, 1819, includes in his criticism of that delightful work the words : "I suppose the moral is contained in what Falstaff says : Tor God's sake, talk like a man of this


world.'


V. R.


"TO TRASH FOB OVERTOPPING" (12 S^

v. 202 ; vi. 3). When I was in Queensland the word " trash " was in ordinary use on the northern sugar plantations. It meant to strip some of the leaves from the sugar cane on account of the too luxurious tropical growth, in order to give light and air to the growing plant. F. JESSEL.


PRINCIPAL LONDON COFFEE-HOUSES, TAVERNS, IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.


AND INNS


(See ante. pp. 29, 59, 84, 105, 125.)


St. James's


St. John's St. Paul's

Salopian


Saltero's . .

Salutation or

Bunch's

Salutation and Cat


Sam's


Saracen's Head ' . ,


Serle's

Seymour's . Shakespeare


Ship Tavern Ship Tavern

Ship Tavern Ship Tavern

Ship Tavern Ship and Anchor . . Ship and Turtle . . Simon the Tanner Inn Sir Hugh Myddelton's Sir John Oldcastle

Tavern Slater's

Slaughter's (Old) ..


St. James's Street (west 1710 side)

1711

1716

. ., 1722

1731 1752 1771

Shire Lane, Fleet Street . . Near Doctors' Commons..


Swift's 'Journal,' Oct. 8, Nov. 11

Addison's Tatter, no. 224. Addison's Spectator, Mar. 1. Advert, to Lady Mary's ' Town Eclogues.' Defoe s ' Journey through England ' ;

Cunningham, p. 254. Fielding's ' Covent Garden Tragedy ' Humphrey's ' Memoirs,' p. 216

Goldsmith's ' Retaliation.'


Charing Cross


1793


See Don. Saltfro's. Tavistock Street, Covent Garden


Newgate Street at no. 17 (south side)


1718


Near Pope's Head Alley . . 1778

Snow Hill, Holborn (near St. Sepulchre's Church)

Serle Street, Lincoln's Inn 1711

Fields

Near Pope's Head Alley . . 1778

Piazza, Covent Garden . . 1765


f j -~ mMMAVMj 111. *J.

Roach s L.P.P., pp. 47, 52 ; Wheatley's London,' m. 206 ; MacMichael's ' Char- ing Cross,' p. 67.

Sydney's ' XVIIIth Century,' i. 194 Mac- Michael's ' Charing Cross,' p. 200 Larwood, p. 265.

Larwood, pp. 12 and 265 ; Shelley's ' Inns ' p. 65 ; Sydney's ' XVIII th Century i. 194 ; Harben's ' Dictionary of London m. 1 207. P ' 51?; Wheatle y' s 'London'/


' N. & Q Dec. 9, 1916, p. 464 ; Shelley's-, I Inns, p. 177 ; Wheatley's ' London/

111* 208.

Shelley's 'Inns,' p. -155; Thornbury, H: _ 4 3p. 485; Wheatley's 'London/

111* I .

Steele's Spectator, no. 49 ; Wheatley's

' London,' iii. 232. ' N. & Q.,' Dec. 9, 1916, p. 464. Hickey, i. 50, 84, 101, 125, 131, 301 ;

ii. 90 ; MacMichael's ' Charing Cross,'

p. Ail.

MacMichael's ' Charing Cross,' p. 17. Compston's ' Magdalen Hospital,' 1917

p. 60.

MacMichael's ' Charing Cross," p. 127. Fielding's ' Champion.'

Blunt's ' Paradise Row,' 1906, p. 117 Christ. Smart, ' The Student,' ii. note 215, Shelley's ' Inns,' p. 46. Thornbury, vi. 123.

Warwick Wroth, p. 70.

Bedford Court, Covent Gar- 1742 MacMichael's ' Charing Cross ' D 180

den

St. Martin's Lane, close to Besant, p. 316; Shelley's 'Inns,' p. 225- Great Newport Street MacMichael's ' Charing Cross,' p. 182 -

Hardcastle, i. 109, 130, 174, 230 "- Dobson's 'Hogarth,' 1907, p. 88; Wheatley's ' London,' iii. 252.


Millbank 1775

Close to Goodman's Fields 1703

Theatre

Chandos Street . . . . 1742 Ship Yard, Without Temple 1739

Bar Near Ormonde House, Chelsea


Temple Bar

Leadenhall Street

Long Lane, Bermondsey . .

See Hugh Myddelton's. South of Bagnigge Wells . .


1751