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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, Jan. 31, 1903.


Forbes (G. S.) on Me'rime'e's ' Inconnue,' 509 Forbes (Dr. John), of Corse, Scottish theologian, 270 Ford (C. L.) on " Different than," 391

Fashion in language, 337

Glowworm and fireflies, 365 kVi Pin pictures, 375

'The Soul's Errand,' 150

" What has posterity done for us ? " 415

Wordsworth and Keats, 398

Forshaw (C. F.) on ' Dictionary of Greek Mythology,' 176

Forshaw Street, 288

Knocker family, 278

Knurr and spell, 111

Lightowler surname, 414

Mallet used by Christopher Wren, 136

National flag, 94

Notter, 478

Percy (Lady Elizabeth), 172

Sexton's tombstone, 434

Snowball family, 453 Forshaw Street, origin of the name, 288 Forster (John), errors in ' Arrest of the Five Mem- bers,' 486 Forster (Thomas and Christopher), Westminster

scholars, 89

Foreter (T.) on 'The Tower of London,' 391 Foster (J. J.) on portraits of Mary Stuart, 8 Fountain pen mentioned in 1789, 29 Fowke (F. R.) on ice before Christmas, 506

Pavenham Church woodwork, 508 Fowler (Frank), 1833-63, his pseudonym, 36 Fox (Charles), 1659-1713, paymaster, 108, 196 Francis (J. C.) on Philip James Bailey, 242 Franciscans and Freemasons, contention for Liszt's

remains, 205 Franco (Solomon) in ' Records of the Governor and

Company of the Massachusetts Bay,' 387 Frankliniana, 329 Freemasons, contention for Liszt's remains, 205 ; and

Sir Christopher Wren, 17, 136, 218 French-christen, use and meaning of the term, 327 French homes, English literature in, 425 French poetry, humorous, 288, 390, 512 Freund Hein in German folk-tales, 128, 297 Frost (F. C.) on heriot, 433 Frost, great, of 1683-4, 112, 177 Fryer (Dr. John)=Rose Hobson, 327 Fuller (M. B.) on political playing cards, 207 Furlong in plan dated 1780, use of the word, 428 Fynmore (R. J.) on Kennett's Wharf, 93

Wadham family, 435

G

G. on seventeenth-century queries, 408

G. (C.) on "In petto," 417

G. (E.) on references wanted, 268

G. (G. P.) on architectural Follies, 489

G. (J.) on 'Epigram on Coleman the Jesuit,' 447

G. (M. N.) on Queen Anne, 325

Epitaph on James Bossom, 486

Novel attributed to Scott, 448

Round robin, 394

Shakespeare v. Bacon, 375

Wilberforce (Bishop S.), 436


G. (W. H. M.) on Shakespeare Cottage at St. Albans, 488

Galley : galeode, description, 311

Games : knurr and spell, its origin, 111, 196, 293, 898 ; stool-ball, 486

Ganges=a diaphanous fabric, its origin, 152

Gantillon (P. J. F.) on Lesbian rule, 432 Popple, 495

Gardner barony, 388, 457

Garrick (David), his statue of Shakespeare, 288, 357

Garter, election of Knights of the, 109, 190

Gas and locomotive, 35, 96

Gassee, Pentonville Road, its history, 448

George on Red Hand of Ireland, 247

George I., cockade of, 52 ; celebration of his corona- tion at Leghorn, 404 ; Oxford at his accession, 225, 313, 471

George II., ballads on his coronation, 121

George III., jubilee of, 493

George IV., a living memory of his coronation rejoic- ings, 3

Gerish (W. B.) on reliquary found at Anstey, Herts,

227

'The Hertfordshire Historians,' 129 German armour, 328, 433 German language in Kurland, 406 German notabilities, their letters, 73, 237 German and Russian, gender of nouns in, 75 Gibb (L. M.) on Piddinghoe Church, Sussex, 347 Gibb (L. M. A.) on " Behind each cloud the sun is

always shining," 455 Gilbert (G.) on Knights of the Garter, 191

Smyth-Stuart (R. Wentworth), 1681-1745, 28 Gillespie Grumach, sobriquet of the Covenanting

Marquess of Argyll, 37 Gillman (C.) on Latin conversation, 452

Ludgersall, 335

Gilnew, Christian name, its meaning, 289, 373 Girls as stenographers in ancient times, 86 Gladiators, English, temp. George I. and II., descrip- tion of, 157 Gladstone (Right Hon. W. E.), Italian address by, 8,

59 ; satirical lines on, 128 Glamorgan, Cavalier and Roundhead families of, 168,

211

Glasgow, old dwelling-house in, its history, 105 Glasscock (J. L.) on Bishop's Stortford, 89 Gleek = an old game at cards, earliest quotation for, 4 Glencairn peerage, 509 Glisson (Dr. Francis), temp. Charles II., his brothers,

149

Glowworms and fireflies, William Blake on, 365 Gnomon on fashion in language, 337 Haydon (B. R.), 317 Scott (Sir W.), his ' Woodstock,' 252 Ycleping the church, 136 Goat, distich on a travelled, 25, 317 Godfrey L, Duke of Brabant, father-in-law of Henry I.,

68, 132

Godfrey (J. T.) on Rev. Abraham Booth, 467 Godsal (P. T.) on flint : ferrey, 87 Goethe translations, 227 Golden Horn, origin of the place-name, 405 Goldwyer (H. G. B.) on Goldwyer family, 289 Goldwyer, ladies of the family, 289, 376