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SUBJECT INDEX.


Notes and Queries, July 31, 1920.


Atherstone (Edwin), 1788-1872, his birthplace,

313

Augury, magpie in, 3, 310 Austen (Jane), " Richard ' m Northanger

Abbey,' 273, 315

Australian bush, definition of the, 230, 255, 278 Automobile, an early, 187 Austrian and German titles relinquished, 248, 340


B


Bacon (Roger) and " a wall of brass round Eng- land," 228, 297 Bacon (Sir Francis) and Sir Francis Godolphin,

312

Baden in Switzerland, 292, 342 Baker (Aaron), bearers of the name in ' Alumni

Oxon,' 75, 139, 153, 210 Baker (Aaron), Governor of Fort St. George,

Madras, 1652-54, 75, 139, 153, 210 Baker (Rev. Aaron), his ancestry, 75, 139, 153,

210

Balderbash, origin of the word, 111 Baluchistan, Pathans of, their origin, 334 Bank note slang, 51, 159 Barber (Frank), Dr. Johnson's black servant,

296, 319 Barclay (Rev. George), d. 1724, his biography,

189

Baronetcy conferred on French subject, 149 Baschurch (Thomas), Winchester scholar, 1489,

his biography, 165 Baskett (Mark) Bible of 1762, London edition,

110, 173

Bath (Mr. J. L.), clock-maker, 251, 298, 320 Batmanson, or Batmison (O.), of West Auckland,

co. Durham, c. 1600, 39 Bats and hair-cutting, 280 Battell Bridge field, Wakefield, its identification

and history, 65, 135, 192, 236, 298 Bayle (Pierre), error re Cromwell family in his

' Dictionary,' 147 Baytun (Sir Edward), of Spye Park, Cbippenham,

228, 276 Beaconsfield (Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of), his

birthplace, 60 ; places in his ' Sybil,' 88 Beadon (Agnes) = John Beadon, c. 1760, 189 Beadon and Martyn families, 150 " Bears " and " bulls," Stock Exchange terms,

249, 281

Beaufitz (John), copy of his will, 1429, 121 Bedlamer= lunatic, use of the word, 1640, 34 Bell (Capt. Henry), a friend of Martin Luther, 15 Bell (Sir Robert), of Beaupre, his coat of arms, 39 Bellenden (J.), his translation of H. Boece's

' History of Scotland,' 38 Bellinzues : Brown : Hopcroft, 11 Bells, Hampshire Church and their founders, 137 ; in St. Mary Magdalene, Thornford, Dorset, 103 "Bellum," Rabelais on, 186, 235, 302 " Beloved "-ness, exact official gradations of, 269 Belt-buckle plate and motto, 131, 176, 237 Benefices, valuation of ecclesiastical, 1292-3, 15 Bergues, Alphonse de Lamartine, Deput6 of, 128 Berkeley (Bishop) on " a wall of brass round

Ireland," 228, 297 Bernard! (Major J.), b. 1657, d. in Newgate, 1736,

296, 320, 341

Betton and Evans, glass workers of Shrewsbury, 1832, 188, 231, 281, 314


Bible : " Pannag " in Ezekiel XXVII., 17, 24 Bible, nursery tales and the, 271, 300, 322 Bible : Mark Baskett, London edition, 1762, 110, 173

Bibliography :

B.M. Catalogue 4255 aaaa 41, authorship

of, 17

Baskett Bible, 110, 173 Bellenden's translation of H. Boece's ' History

of Scotland,' 38 Clerical Directory, earliest, 64, 157, 194, 237,

259

English books relating to Scandinavia, Ice- land, Finland, 39

Foreign reprints and translations, 210 Hawkhurst gang, 67, 153, 191 Inscriptions in City Churches, 294, 323, 338 International law, 228, 299 Kipling (Rudyard), Boer War stories, 38,

178, 258

Latin as an International Language, 321 Legal, 130

Lepers in England, 150, 195, 218, 259 Lists filed by Society of Genealogists, 54 London eighteenth century coffee-houses, 29,

59, 84, 105, 125, 143, 162, 213, 258 Mediaeval immurement, 48 St. Michael, Crooked Lane, 83, 238 Seventeenth-century MS. describing tokens,

273

Tobacco, 206 " Big Four " of Chicago, use of the term, 88,

238, 280

Billheads and tradesmen's cards, engraved, 47 Birds poisoning captive young, 48 Bird-scarer's songs, 47 Bishops of Durham, style and titles of, before

1836, 36 Bishops of Dromore, fifteenth century, 229, 261,

281

Bishops of the fifteenth century, 44, 98 Bishops, Scottish, complete list of, 208, 279 Bisset's MS. ' Rolment of Courtis,' 14, 234 Blackbourne (Lancelot), b. 1658, Archb. of York,

130, 177

Blackstone. (See Blakiston.) Blackstone (Sir William), 1723-80, and the

Clarendon Press, 209, 320

Blackwell Hall Factor = agent for woollen manu- facturers, 153 Blaise (Le Capitaine), 190 Blake (John) =Agnes Beadon, c. 1760, 189 Blakiston (John), 1603-49, the regicide, 19, 114 Blayney (Rev. Benjamin), d. 1801, his biography,

150

" Bloody," origin of the national adjective, 87, 293 Bloomfield (Robert), his ' Song for a Highland

drover returning from England,' 167 Bloomsbury, origin of the place-name, 62 Blue Books and White Papers, Parliamentary, 340 Boar, wild, in heraldry, 189, 238 " Bocase " tree in Northants, origin of the word,

15, 73 Boece (Hector), Bellenden's translation of his

' History of Scotland,' 38 Bombers in Charles II's. navy, 271 Book of Common Prayer, faulty edition of 1828, 87 Book-plates, pharmaceutical, 131, 192 Book stamp, armorial, 230