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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, July 25, 1903.


Bradford (Thomas), of Chichester, bis biography, 289 Bradley (H.) on loon-slatt, 127

Lord-borough, 167

Lucid interval, 87

Bradshaw (J.) of Lancashire, 288, 398 Bramble (J. R.) on church briefs, 291

Watchhouses against bodysnatching, 216 Bramley (F. H.) on copper token, 188 Branstill on Bransill Castle, Herefordshire, 14 Brasses in Kirkleatham Church, 57 Breslar (M. L. R.) on " Cup of trembling," 65

Jews and eternal punishment, 153

Pennsylvanian Dutch, 24

"Up to Dick," 390

Women in the Talmud, 221 Brestsenus (Samuel), his ' Land und Leute in Ungarn,'

1865, 408

Bretteyn (William), LL.D., 1533-52, 49 Bridges MSS. at Bodleian Library and Lincoln

Episcopal Registers, 61

Briefs, church, in West Haddon, 86, 289, 513 Briscoe (J. P.) on sexton's tombstone, 235 Britannia Theatre, Hoxton, its demolition, 386, 477 ' British Magazine,' 1747, its publication of the ' Good

Devil of Woodstock,' 370

Brittany, its people, 266, 354 ; folk-lore in, 444 Bromby (E. H.) on able-bodied wine, 46 Brooch of Lorn, history of the, 12 Brooks (F.) on Rutene, 28

Brougham (Lord), his reported death in 1839, 206 Brown (F.) on Prynne's Life of Laud,' 408 Brown (J. R.) on'Oglander family, 34 Browne (R. H.) on Sheffield family, 328 Browne (Sir Thomas), his marriage with Dorothy

Mileham, 12 ; his reference to Lipsius, 46 Browning (Mrs.), her 'A Sabbath Morning at Sea,' 354 Browning (Robert), "green and yellow "in ' Sordello,' 168 ; ' Quarterly Review ' on, 248 ; his use of the word " gallantry," 269, oil Bruce (King Robert) and William Avenell, 228 Bruce (Michael), Burns, and Logan, 11, 132 Brushfield (T. N.) on church briefs, 289

'Vicar of Wakefield,' 187 Brutus on ' Adeste Fideles,' 287

Missing statue, 447 Bucks and Good Fellows. See Clubs. Buddhist pilgrim, his biography, 490 Buffon, his definition of genius, 373, 432 Bugman= commercial traveller, 149, 232, 338, 411 Bulloch (J. M.) on Ducheas of Manchester's elope- ment, 68

Newspaper cuttings changing colour, 297 Bunyan (John), his use of the term Vanity Fair, 234 Burford, the barony of, 57 Burglar, derivation of the word, 165 Burial custom at Ardoch, 7 Burial upright, instances of, 465, 514 Burke (Edmund), religion of his wife, 8 ; his residence

at Plaistow, 427

Burleigh (Lord of), his marriage, 4, 7s Burn (J. H.) on Schulze, the German organ builder, 247 Burns (Robert), Michael Bruce, and Logan, 11, 132 Burrell (A.) on Sutton Valence School, 186 Burton (R,), his 'Anatomy of Melancholy,' 181, 222,

263, 322, 441 Burton-on-Trent, arms of abbey, 76


Bury St. Edmunds, abbots of, 106 Businesses, antiquity of, 165, 191, 410 Bute (Lord) and George III., 492 Butler (8.), bibliography of 'Hudibras,' 248 Butler (J. D.) on editions, c. 1600, 509

Paucity of books in Elizabethan times, 455

"Temple Shakespeare," 407

" World without end," 448 Butler (Thomas), Winchester scholar, 227, 350 Byles (C. E.) on Frank Kennedy, 407 Byrde (John), Suffragan Bishop of Penreth, 328, 41 1 , 471 Byron (Lord), misquoted, 13 ; great poet's estimate of, 13, 93 ; ' Vampire ' letter, 186 ; ode on his death, 254 ; and Tom Moore, 405 ; quotation from, 490 Byroniana, 444, 492 C. (A. R.) on fasting spittle, 466

Lincolnshire work, 49 C. (B. L. R.) on birch-sap wine, 467

Lincolnshire sayings, 509

Strewing churches, 328 C. (E.) on Plotting Parlour, 48

C. (E. F. D.) on London monumental inscriptions, 457 C. (E. T.) on quotations wanted, 68 C. (F. H.) on " dognoper," 248 C. (Gr. E.) on Ireton family, 177 C. (H.) on arms of Eton and Winchester Colleges,' 332

Descendants of Elizabethan worthies, 10

Dudley of Wiltshire, 496

" Keep your hair on," 92

Parallel passages, 336

Parkins or Perkins (Sir Christopher), D.C.L., 124

Rainolds or Reynolds (William), 404

Recusant Wykehamists, 350

Sutton Valence School, 294 C. (H. R.) on Carson, 488 C. (L.) on Jacob Godwin, 512

Goodwin, Bishop of Llandaff, 267

'Nobiliaire de Normandie,' 178

Pett (Phineas), 516 C. (Leo) on tongue -pricks, 447 C. (R. S.) on Clarke family, 508 Cadaver, derivation of the word, 18 Cadiz, its capture in 1589, 247 Cassar and the elephant in Thornbury's ' Old and

New London,' 224

Cahoot, etymology of the word, 367, 457 Calderon and Shakespeare, 44, 151, 336, 455 Callaway (C.) on heraldic shields, 8 Cambridge bathing-place, "Clarke's Delight," 207 Campbell (G. W.) on arms of married women, 313 Campbell (P. M.) on Gillygate at York, 406, 518 Campbell and Moravia families, 469 Candle, auction by inch of, 188, 353 Canons, Black, at Great Missenden, 101, 251, 352 Canute and the tide, original authority, 189, 312 Cap in the hunting-field, use of the term, 184, 297 Carbonari, organization of the, 349, 476 Cardinals, grades and titles of, 490 Carew (Thomas) on Walter Montagu, 482 Carlyle (T.), 'Past and Present,' 108, 158, 418;

' Sartor Resartus,' 117, 273 Carlyng, bird- name, 17

Carmelian (Alice), miniaturist, her pictures, 229 Carols, book of Christmas, 309, 414, 454, 494 Can- (J. P.) on "Thou unrelenting past," 188 Carson family, 488