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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, July 25, 1903.


Obituaries :

Earle (John), 120

Gatty (Alfred), 100

Helsby (Thomas), 400

Holgate (Clifford Wyndham), 360

Lelaud (0. Godfrey): "Hans Breitmann," 259

Shorthouse (J. H.), 220

Spence (R. M.), 259

Ocker- : Hock-, derivation of the words, 208, 378 O'Coigly (John), executed for treason, 1798, 81, 198 O'Connor (Arthur), d. 1852, his biography, 81, 246, 352 Oddyngesles (Sir John de), circa 1342, 96 Odell (F. J.) on historical point in epitaph, 135

Notter family, 516

Ogilvy (Gabriel), his ' Nobiliaire de Normandie,' 109 Oglander (J. H.) on Oglander family, 34 Oglander family, 34

" Old Scratch," appellation of the author of evil, 35, 455 Old Wife, name near Ballater, 188, 310, 351, 433 Oliver (A.) on church briefs, 513

Jansenist crucifix, 517

Portraits of John Nash, 236 Oliver (Thomas), of Leytonstone, c. 1771, 368 Oncost, derivation of the word, 507 Opticians, signs of, 53, 412

Organ- builders, German, J. F. Schulze & Song, 247, 410 Oriel College, Oxford, additions to registers, 283, 402 Oriel or hagioscope, definition of, 301, 321, 375, 491 Orme (Robert), 1725-90, 388, 496 Osborne (Dorothy), her letters, notes on, 385, 445 Oss, its etymology, 204, 452 Ould (S. G.) on Klopstock's ' Stabat Mater,' 489

Preston (Thomas), 448

Savonarola's inedited MSS., 485 Outside as preposition, earliest quotation, 48 Outstrip, use of the word by Lord Byron, 48, 175 Overjoyedness, use of the word, 387 Overslaugh, the term in the British army, 247, 331 Owen (D.) on release as a ship-salving word, 106 Owen (E.) on " Celia is sick," 208 Owen (J. P.) on Conservative as a political title, 307

Evans (Chancellor Silvan), 361, 394, 422

First Rector of Edinburgh Academy, 224 Owing to, as a prepositional phrase, 307 Owl, allusion in Plutarch's ' Life of Nicias,' 467, 517 Owl-light, use of the word by Richardson, 349, 411, 452 Owston Churchyard, skulls in, 287, 474 Oxford, registers of Oriel College, 283, 402 Oxon on fruitarian, 149 Oxon (M.A.) on hedgehog, 247 Oxoniensis on historical crux, 81 Oxoniensis (Comestor) on jeer, 24

Kieff, Kiev, Kiew, 176

Notes on Skeat's ' Concise Dictionary,' 43, 141

Oss, its etymology, 204

Slough, its etymology, 243 P. (B.) on group in biscuit ware, 28 P. (F.) on army doctors, 472 P. (G. H.) on precedence, 68 P. (J. B.) on origin of the Turnbulls, 329 P. (J. F.) on mistress of Charles I., 257 P. (L. M.)on equatorial Africa : its bibliography, 406 P. (M.) on Robin Hood, 169 P. (M. E.) on Miss Gunning, 468 P. (R. B.) on coals to Newcastle, 495 P. (T. ) on Boadicea's daughters, 449


P. (W. J.) on Ludlow clerks, 347

Paan, a loincloth, etymology of the word, 86

Pacifico (Don), the last of, 485

Pack, use and meaning of the word, 298

Packet-boat, early examples of the word, 427, 519

Padmanabhachari (R.) on Herbert Spencer, 369

Page (J. T.) on architectural follies, 157

Auction by inch of candle, 353

Austin family of Ashton and Oundle, 167

'Aylwin,' 116

Bradford (Thomas), 289

Church bells, 354

Church briefs, 86

Dairy windows, 154

Ell family, 77

Furlong, 35

Graham (Arthur), 438

Herod, 426

Historical rime, 330

Hourglasses, 358

Hymn by Dean Vaughan, 473

Laconic prayer, 255

Lucas (Jacob), of London, 329

Luck money, 196

Lyra Apostolica,' 228

Mistletoe berries, 110

Naseby revisited, 461

Nothing, 395

Old conduits of London, 73

Opticians' signs, 412

Original diocese of New Zealand, 217

Original Uncle Tom, 512

Pepys (Mrs. Samuel), 486

Pre-Reformation practices in England, 134

Prodigal Son as Sir C. Grandison, 77

Pronunciation of ng, 77

Purcell family, 58, 396

Sexton's tombstone, 510

Smythies family, 238

Village library, 196

Witnessing by signs, 175 Pagett (Hon. Henry), his parentage, 448 Pagett (John)=Dorothy Gifford, 1667, 128, 215, 273 ' Palenque,' a poem by Charles Lamb, 1 849, 308 Palmer (A. S.) on King's Weigh House, 390

Pasted scraps, 110

Salisbury pulpit, 68

Stager, 446

" To the nines," 34

Palmer (J. L.) on Tennyson and Kingsley, 8 Panton (J. E.) on Panton family, 447 Panton family, 447

Paper, preservation of, 89, 217, 297, 491 Paraboue, use of the word, 369 Parallel passages, 336, 511 ' Parallels between the Constitutions of Hungary and

England,' 468 Parish registers, fees for searching, 130, 252, 453 ; of

Dublin, 209, 272, 418 ; mistakes in, 326, 415 Parker (Richard), sculptor in alabaster, 127 Parkins (Christopher), D.C.L., his biography, 124 Parliament, last of pre- Victorian members, 255, 374,

457 ; " the mother of free Parliaments," 289, 357 Parry (J. H.) on duels of clergymen, 353 Partney, East Lincolnshire, and John Carter, anti- quary, 207, 352, 496