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SUBJECT INDEX.


N'otes and Queries, July 31, 1920.


Eldor, folk-lore of the, 259, 301

Electricity, first street lighting in England by,

250 Elephant and Castle, origin of the sign, 11, 49,

132

Ele /oath-century law case, unfinished, 20 Elizabeth (Queen) and Sir W. Raleigh at, Sand-

pxte, 20 ; Inns of Court in reign of, 252, 298 ;

Reference to her wooers, 67 Elizabethan, books, hidden names in dedications,

10, 44 Elizabethan poets in ' A Mausolean Lament,' 32,

137 Ellis (Rev. John), D.D., his * Knowledge of

Divine Things from Revelation,' 3rd ed. 1811,

14

Ellis (W.), engraver, 1747-1802, 40, 299 Embassy Chapel, Portuguese, 110, 171, 218 Emerson (Ralph Waldo), elucidation of passages

in his ' English Traits,' 9, 73, 228, 257, 276,

297 ' Encyclopaedia Brittanica,' additional article on

Russian art suggested, 108 England and Scotland, delimitation of boundary

between, 130

England, Queen of, and Pope, on china pot, 335 English Army List of 1740, 17, 42, 70, 184, 223,

242, 290, 329

English, lengthy sentences in, 309 Engravings of views of ' Nelson's Seat,' 109

Epigrams:

A little garden Jowett made, 19, 50, 98 Bella inter germinos plusquam civilia fratres, 112

Epitaphs :

A little Tea, one leaf I did not steal, 66,

112

Beauty and wit strove each in vain, 213 By those for whom he lived he died, 272, 299,

"317 Clerk of the Crowne in the Northern Countyes

189

Curious Christian, 118 I had rather be dead than praised, 299 Such this man was ; who now, from earth

removed, 341 There, strong by death, by failure glorified,

299

Who'er thou art if here by Wisdom led, 158 Warrior of God, man's friend, not here below,

299

Error, an example of persistent, 21, 138, 196, 235

" Eruca " and " eryngo," their properties, 7

" Eryngo " and " eruca," their properties, 7 " Est rmlius nunquam ..." interpretation of reference wanted, 47

Etonians in the eighteenth century, 111, 169

Evans family, 252, 281, 319

Evans (Robert Harding), Westminster scholar, 1857, 252, 281, 319

Evans (Thomas), Westminster scholar, 1815, 252, 281, 319

E^ans (William), Westminster scholar, 1818, 252, 281, 319

Evelyn (John), his visit to Sir J. Child at Wan- stead, 34

E lemptions from public service, 190


Factor, a Blackwell Hall=agent for woollen

manufacturers, 153 Fani Parkas = Fanny Parks, her ' Wanderings of

a Pilgrim,' 190, 218

" Farnet, the, " in Manor rental, 1518, 149 Farnworth (Benjamin), b. 1738, his parentage,

274

Father of the chapel, printers' term, 62 Fell (Dr.), 1625-1686, lines by Tom Brown on, 23 Felton (John), assassin of Duke of Buckingham,

1628, 88 Field of the Cloth of Gold, its anniversary, and

site, 269 Fielding (Henry), his ancestors at Sharpham

Park, Somerset, 34 ; his ' Tom Jones,' 23, 118 Figures, method of remembering, 39, 117 Finch family of Winchelsey, 41 Finkle Street, derivation of the name, 25, 114,

176, 198, 319 Finland, Iceland, Scandinavia, English books on,

39 Fitzgerald family of Kilmead and Geraldine of

Kildare, 308 FitzHenry (Robert), Lord of Lathom, 1173-99,

209 Flanders (Jeanne of), 1341-64, her biography,

208-, 235, 321 Flanders, shield of, 116 Fletcher (J. W.) vicar of Madeley, 1760-85, 25,

134

Flimwell, Sussex, its traditions, 191 " Flocks " and " herds," definitions of, 295 Flowers, double, in Japan, 310 Foch (General), commemorative tablet at Cassel

(Nord), 226

Folk-lore :

Amber, 271, 297, 318, 339 Bats and hair-cutting, 280 Dangers of crossing, 343 Elder, 259, 301 Hallowe'en, 39, 98 Holly, 21, 52 Magpie, 310 Plough- jags, 35 Revenge on one's luck, 247

Folk-Song, English, and poem by W. Allingham,

108, 215 Forster (Dr.), editor of ' The Perennial Calendar,'

39, 240

Foulkes and Hincks families, 229. 321 Fountain pens, earliest use of, 205, 280 Frames for pictures, earliest use of, 190, 279 Frankfort, Maison Rouge at, 191 " Fray " : archaic meaning of the word, 41, 99 Free (John) D.D., his proposed free university,

c. 1766, 147

Freight charges during the war, 87 French, lengthy sentences in, 309 French School of Fine Arts in London, 1856, 11 Friends, Society of, Devonshire House Reference

Library, 179

Frinton, Essex, Manor of, its history, 313 Frogs and toads in Heraldy. 314 Fullolove surname, 68, 115, 196 Funeral parlour, use of the term, 272, 316