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Notes and Queries, Jan. 31, 1963.


INDEX.


543


Prideaux (W. F.) on St. Pancras borough arms, 338

Sale of the old Prince of Wales's Theatre, 232

Sedley family, 286

'The Soul's Errand,' 253

West Bourne, 16

Whitmore ( I ady), 395 Prideaux (VV. B. B.) on Hebrew incantations, 78, 355

Latin conversation, 452

Lord's Prayer in verse, 272 Prime Ministers, Irish and Scotch, 302, 376 Prince of Wales's Theatre, old, its sale and history

64, 176, 232

Pristinensis Episcopua, Robert, D.G., 88, 212 Prodigal Son as Sir Charles Grandison, 487 Pronunciation, of English letters, 48 ; Greek, 75 of

ng, 266, 393

Proverbs and Phrases :

Arising out of, 107

Astonish the natives, 95

Babies in the eyes, 56, 195, 299

Beatific vision, 95, 177, 355, 436

Box Harry, 13, 98

By gar, 457

Circular joys, 32 ' Embarras des richesses, 367, 475

Gentleman from Ohio, 128

Grass widow, 205

Hop the twig, 16

Hoping against hope, 63, 196

If the ice bears a man before Christmas, 506

In an interesting condition, 73

Keep your hair on, 33, 156, 279

Le bon temps ou nous e"tions si malheureux, 497

Leaps and bounds, 113

Lee oers for meddlers, and crutches for wild ducks, 307, 475

Man in the street, 107

Not half, 385, 471

Odour of sanctity, 298, 358

Only too thankful, 13, 151, 171

Policy of pin-pricks, 37'2, 412, 518

Praise is the best diet, 392

Put his clog on his dial, 303

Quite a few, 208

Returning thanks, 26, 79

Hock-bottom prices, 26, 154

Sixes and sevens, 55, 95

Taste of the potato, 270, 331

To eat cherries with princes, 428, 470

To the nines, 387, 456

Tout lasse tout casse tout passe, 314

Upwards of, 38, 138

What has posterity done for us ? 309, 415, 472

Whipping the cat, 205, 298, 455

Ye gods and little fishes ! 77, 114 Proverbs in Herbert's ' Jacula Prudentum,' 113 Psalter, the metrical, 54 Pulpit in chapter-house, 347, 437 ' Punch,' a reference, 386 Punishment, eternal, and Jews, 229, 334 Purcell family, 287, 386 Purcell (H.), lines on, 107 ' Purcbas his Pilgrimes,' 1625, 109 Puzzled on "Nebular hypothesis," 326


Q


Q. (A.) on national flag, 118

Q. (A. N.) on British Academy, 161

Hymn on the birth of King Edward VII. 30 Quakers in Kent, history of, 246 Quant (J.), 23 May, 1791, in Prayer Book, 76 Quarrell (W. H.) on Branstill Castle, 149

Dandy-cart, 252 Experts, 331

French-christen, 327

Maule (Mr. Justice) misquoted, 365

Prayers to the point, 325

Quaint epitaph, 390

Sexton's tombstone, 373 Quick= Italian iron, 85

"Quiz," Junior, identification of, 247, 354, 436 Quotations :

A-sailing by the night, 8

After wearisome toil and much sorrow, 149

All tears are vain, 367

And though these lines should only line port- manteaus, 474

Beaucoup de personnes voudraient savoir, m&ia peu de'sirent apprendre, 127

Behind each cloui the sun is always shining, 309, 455 J

But ah ! Maecenas is yclad in claye, 149, 251

Call us not weeds, 360

Care, vale, sed npn aeternum, care, valeto, 48

C'est que je vois les flots sombres, 347

Coin is the sinews of war, 307, 356

D'un chien, ou d'un rat, 208, 250

Et in Arcadia ego, 80

Faith, Hope, and Love were questioned, 107, 211

First love is a rank exotic, 68

Fresh woods and pastures new, 220

Here and here alone, 268

I shall pass through this world but once, 67

If there were no God, 100

In matters of commerce the fault of the Dutch, 168, 270

Measure, thy life by loss instead of gain, 268

Nemo me impune lacesset, 95

Never assert what you do not know, 248

Not they who doomed, 269

Often have I seen, 208, 296, 390

Peace, retrenchment, and reform, 348, 412, 496

Ploughing his lonely furrow, 11

Prospicimus modo, 12

Qui faculam prefers, Phileros, quse nil opus nobis 218

Relic of early days ! my casual hand, 109

Religion of all sensible men, 209, 271

Scd laeva in parte mamillse, 488

She of the open soul and open door, 47

Sithence no fairy lights, 127

Gapertr @oi)Qtlv iraai, 36

The birds awoke her with their morning song, 268

The old man clogs our earliest years, 268

There fell a flute when Ganymede went up, 268

Thin red line, 40

Thirty days hath September, 206, 279, 331, 377

We all have waking visions ; I have mine, 386