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Notes and Queries, July 31, 1920.


SUBJECT INDEX.


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Waggon master, c. 1692, his rank and duties,

294, 340 Wainewright family and Graf ton Manor, Oxon.,

197

Walpole (Horace), his visit to Wanstead, 1758, 34 Walton (Anne)=Dr. Wm. Hawkins, 1676, 198 Walton (Izaak), in praise of the strawberry, 107;

on the nightingale, 205 Walthamstow, its history, 57 ; Manors of Low Hall

and Salisbury Hall, 170

Walton (Mrs.), authoress, her biography, 336 Walvein family, 14, 73 Wanstead Park, relics of, 33 War and paper supply, 62, 120 War, freight charges during the, 87 . War-memorial boards, use of Royal Arms on, 312 War-memorial, Royal Arms for village, 250 Warwickshire Regiment, the Sixth Foot, in

1709-10, 64, 135 Warwickshire will, a, 1429, 121 Washington ( Henry )= Eleanor Harrison, 1689,

his biography, 42

Wassailing of apple trees and " balderbash," 111 Water Courts, seventeenth-century, 250 Waterloo, men subsequently in holy orders at

battle of, 39, 97, 281 Watson (Colonel), miniature of, 294 Watson (Thomas), his ' Amyntas,' 1585, 47 " Way " bread, 1780, use of the term, 252 " We Four Fools," engraving so described, 68 Wedding of the Prince of Wales, Queen Victoria

at, 265

Welsh (Lieut.-Col. Thomas), 1798, 274, 316 Welsh pedigree MS. wanted, 11 Welshmen, linguistic mistakes of, 146 Westminster Abbey, unannotated marriages at,

.65, 113, 129, 178, 207 Westminster scholar, memorials at Millbrook,

Beds, of, 293 Wheatley (James), cobbler and Methodist minister,

115

Whittlesey, Cambs, its archives, 62 White's ' Hocus Pocus,' 1651, 41, 157 Whitelocke (Hester), b. 1642=Carbery Pryse and

Scawen, 169 White Papers and Blue Books, Parliamentary,

340

Wightwick (William) d. 1884, his biography, 314 Wigram family of Walthamstow House, 58 Wilberfoss (Dora), tradition of her martyrdom, 37 Wildenbruch (Ernst von), his ' Girl Dancer from

Tanagra, ' 25 Will of John Beaufitz, 1429, 121


Wills, nuncupative, their validity, 20

Wilson (John), bookseller, catalogue of, 21

Wilson (J. H.), his ' Pictorial Records of London,' 8

William III., statues in the British Isles of, 5

Williams (Roger) in praise of the strawberry, 107

Williamson (Rev. Edward), Westminster scholar, c. 1730, 293

Winchelsey, Finch family of, 41

Winchester College, old stained glass from, 188, 231, 281, 314

Wine : white wines in England in eighteenth century, 209, 234, 279

Wine labels, old, 40, 97, 174

Wine made by monkeys, 295, 318

Witty (Rev. John), b. 1679, his biography, 13, 77

Women preachers, early, 336

Wodecocke (Rev. L.), Vicar of Wartling, 1539-45, 74

Wood (Thurstan atte) of Keymer, d. 1539, 168

Woodcocks, breeding of, 321

Woodford, Essex, history of Grove House at, 3J

Woodhouse (Mr.) in ' Emma,' his riddle, 252, 277

Wordsworth (William), his ' Ecclesiastical Son- nets ' : date of composition, 81 ; reference to Hawkshead " snow-white Church," 150, 195, 235 ; his ' Leech Gatherer ' and ' Alice in Won- derland,' 161

Wrangham (Archdeacon Francis), 1769-1842, elected F.R.S., 1804, 8

Wrench (Sir Benjamin), M.D., 1665-1747, 208,- 256, 300

Wright (William), c. 1634, his biography, 250


Xit " and John Jarvis, dwarf, d. 1558, 20


Yale (Lynus), lock of Hobbs picked by, 130, 176,

197

Yeardye family of Huntingdon, 44 York and London, routes between, in ' Itinerary

of Antoninus,' 252, 277, 318 York, Henry III. and the Canons of, 221 Younger family of Haggerston, Northumberland,

335


eus and Chi, references in Greek literature t*v 169