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Hot** and Quferie*, Jan 31, 1803.


INDEX.


539


Mathewson (T.) on Shetland song, 278

Matthews (A.) on tandem, 455

Matthews (J. H.) on arms of married women, 256

Baker family, 232

Black fast, tfi

Can/lace (Queen), 93

Cheat, old wooden, 52

Cope, 375

Cornish motto, 252

Epitaph on an attorney, 37

Flowering Sunday, 57

Gilnew, 373

Heriot, 333

Hobbina family, 98

Inverness coat of arms, 411

Jack-in-the-box, 255

Jesus, miraculous likenesses of, 73

" Keep your hair on," 33

Knighthood, 113

Linney, 319

Merry England and the Mass, 114

Pre-Celtic Britain, 298

Stradling ( Lam brook), 136 Maule (Mr. Justice) on divorce, 365 Maxwell (Sir Herbert) on fashion in language, 337

Iron Duke and the Duke of Wellington, 73

Place-names, 249, 333

Prime Ministers, Irish and Scotch, 376

Saints in Lindsay's ' Monarchic,' 437 Maxwell (P.) on asphyxia : asphyxiate, 283

Barnes (William), 486

Buftillig, 384

" Fert, Fert, Fert," 345

" The religion of all sensible men," 271

Vicissitudes of language, 446 Maxwell (T.) on Lady Elizabeth Percy, 69 May cats, superstition, 9, 77 JIayall (A.) on quick = Italian iron, 85

Wedgewood, dialect word, 46 Medals, almanac, 53 Melisande, the story of, 467 Melville on grace before meat, 7 ' Memoirs of the Chevalier Pierpoint,' authorship, 209 Meresteads or mesesteads, 9, 53, 134 MeVimee (Prosper), his ' Inconnne,' 509 Merrye, use of the word in 1567, 197 Mervarid on arms of married women, 290 Met, u*e of the word in the West Indies. 5, 94 Metcalfe or Midcalf (Nicholas), rector of Wem, 1643,

466 "Metropolitan Canterbury License and Authority,"

488

Michaelmas Day, Irish saying on, 328, 434 Middle English, the use of d for ih in, 321 Miller (Thomas), poet and novelist, his burial-place,

508 Mina (Francisco and Xaviero), leaden in Spanish

guerilla war, 257, 291

Minchin (H. C.) on historical point in an epitaph, 468 Minnesota, Hallowe'en in, 506 Miranda on Glencairn peerage, 509 Misodnlns, author of ' Do no Bight,' 189 Misquotations, 428

Mistakes in periodicals of Coronation pictures, 85 Mistakes of authors, 226


Mistletoe on " Box Harry," 13

Mitre, its use in the Church of England, 192, 290, 370,

435 Moeller (H.) on "Never assert what you do not know,"

248

Moftat (A. O.) on Danes in Pembrokeshire, 276 Mogridge (George), bis ' Sergeant Bell and bis Baree-

8how,' 195 Mommsen and Brntn* in ' Romiscbe Gescbicbte.' 303.

417, 494

Monarch in a wheelbarrow, 467 Monmonth rebellion, 228 Monogram, Chi-Rho, 49, 116 Moore (Edward and James), play writers, 226, 291,

311

Moore (John), Bishop of Ely, his descendants, 210 Mordannt College, 509 Morden family, 468

Morgan (F.) on "Only too thankful," 151 Morley (Elizabeth, Lady), her biography, 75 Morris (Capt. Charles), bis wife, 1/37-1812, 67, 117,

173

Morris (G. T. W.) on arms on fireback, 278 Morris (H. C. L ) on the, Second Folio Shakespeare, 371 Morris (Capt. Thomas), fl. 1806, his biography, 149 ' Morte .Arthure.' and the war of Brittany, 161 ; the

baulked coronation of Arthur in, 381, 402 Moryson (Fynes), his ' itinerary,' 247, 315, 393 Moseley (B. D.) on boon for bookworms, 17 Franciscan and Mason, 205 Hebrew incantation, 158

Hetukarian rarity in the Bodleian Library, 497 Knurr and spell, 294 Moore (Edward) : James Moore, 291 "The policy of pin-pricks," 412 Trentbam and Gower families, 59 Villon, 303, 514 Motherland, earliest use of the term, 45, 198 Mottoes: " Cnstodi civitatem, Domine," 11, 53; Cornish, " One and all," 168, 252, 290 ; " Ich dien," its derivation, 309, 372 Mount (C. B.) on Pendugnm : Cariyng, 427

Periwinkle, 11. 53, 128 rfountjoy, the first Viscount, 384 kfourning, black as a badge of, 87, 2i2 dooming Sunday, observance of the custom, 72, 155,

297

Juffineer, origin of the word, 28, 112 lundesley people, rime on, 468 Munich (C. J.) on Hampstead periodicals, 185 Murray (D.) on stamp collecting and its literature

forty yean ago, 333

Murray (J. A. H.) on orange blossoms, 6 Music in Westminster Cathedral, 208 Mnsicus on Purcell family, 287, 386 Muskeg berry, its meaning, 509 ' Mystifications,' the author of, 485 Mythology, dictionary of Greek, 48, 176, 291 Mytton and Hardwkk Collection of MSS., iu sale, 509

H

N. (M. E.) on crossing knives and forks, 254 Mourning Sunday, 155 Parish register transcript*, 448