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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, July 25, 1903.


Platt(J.), jun., onKelynack, the place and family, 416

Kieff, Kiev, Kiew, 176

Hoyarsabal of Cubiburu, 355

McNair family, 195

Maize, 227

Mammoth, 286

Manioc, its etymology, 403

Monbain, the Jamaica plum, 326

Myal doctor, 129

Notes on Skeat's ' Concise Dictionary,' 235

Paan, a loincloth, 86

Sive (Queen), 156

Slang, 166

Tagnicati, zoological term, 105

Tannier, botanical term, 465

Tongue-twisters, 269

Trapeza in Russian, 298 Plays at Bristol in Elizabethan times, 444 Pleiad, or seven stars, rising of the, 109 Plotting Parlour and Baron Delamer, 48, 155 Poem entitled ; How Moses counted his Eggs,' 49 Poems : wanted, 88 ; on mischief, 389, 496 Poland (SirH. B.) on royal marriage at St. George's, 66

Thackeray and ' Pendennis,' 225; and 'Vanity

Fair,' 213

Policeman or peeler, 265, 358, 415 ; copper, 348 Politician on Dutch courage, 97

Grandmotherly government, 189

Last of Don Pacifico, 485

Mother of free Parliaments, 289

Sniping, 434

Spheres of influence, 128 Poll books of Wiltshire, 289, 394 Pollard (M.) on Mrs. Glasse, 231

Kit- Cat portraits, 13

Pollard- Urquhart (F. E. R.) on brooch of Lorn, 12 Pond (John), 1767-1836, 496 Poor tax, exemption from, 56, 133 Pope (Alexander), Lodona in his ' Windsor Forest,' 7;

Roubiliac's bust of, 12, 56 Pope, self- condemned for heresy, 67, 218, 409 ; and

massacre of St. Bartholomew, 407, 512 Popes, translation of, 288, 392, 454 Popple, origin and meaning of the word, 34, 117 Portrait, Elizabethan, 149 Portraits of celebrities wanted, 48, 136 Portuguese proverb, " Trabalhar para o bispo," 496 Posts in early times, 189, 256 Potatoes, whisky, and leprosy, 428 Pott (Emily), her portrait by Reynolds, 347, 396, 471 Pott (Miss), daughter of the surgeon, 396, 471 Potter (G.) on Kit- Cat portraits, 91

Wale, 135

Potts (R. A.) on "The galling yoke of time," 412 ' Palenque,' 308 1 She Stoops to Conquer,' 249

" Pou sto " in the Contemporary Review,' 425, 516 Prague, lines on the city of, 407 Prayer, laconic, ' Iliad,' xxiii. 770, 126, 255 Precedence, the solution of questions of, 68, 195, 257 Pre- Reformation practices in English churches, 55,

134, 291, 474

Preston (Thomas), musicseller and printer, 448 1 Pretty Woman,' a sketch, 509 Price (F. G. H.) on Samuel Pepys, 1716, 433 Trinity Sunday folk-lore, 298


Prideaux (W. F.) on ' Banter,' 316 Castle Care we, 91 Christmas carols, 494 Coleridge's ' Christabel,' 30, 269 "Fert, fert, fert," 95 Fitzalan of Arundel, 57 Goths and Huns, 107 Hallam (Arthur Henry), 356 Letters of Dorothy Osborne, 385 Loathly, 225 O'Connor (Arthur), 246 Old Argyll Rooms, 426 Old conduits of London, 189 Pasted scraps, 195

Pre-Conquest Earls of Devon and Cornwall, 52 St. Mary Axe, 110, 231 Sexton's tombstone, 511 Wale, 135, 197 Whitmore (Lady), 311

Wykes pedigree in Colby's ' Visitations,' 513 Prideaux (W. R. B.) on Clare Market, 809 Old conduits of London, 190 Wilson family, 49 Prigg, use of the word before 1703, 225 Prime Ministers, Irish and Scotch, 116 Primrose superstition, 448

Prince (Lady Mary), resident in the Savoy, 1623, 9 Prince of Wales's Theatre and Picnic Society, 67, 193 Prior (W. R.) on Canute and the tide, 313

Mona, 297

Privilegiatus, meaning of the term, 448, 494 Probate, ancient courts of, 70 Prodigal Son as Sir Charles Grandison, 77 Prof, on St. Sebastien at Caumont, 328 Promotion, use and meaning of the word, 325 Pronunciation of ng, 77 Proverbs, sermon in, 462 Proverbs and Phrases : As right as rain, 148 At sixes and sevens, 266 Beatific vision, 236 Cards and spades, 508 Coals to Newcastle, 495 Cherchez la femme, 76 Dutch courage, 47, 97 Embarras des richesses, 355 Grandmotherly government, 189 Hell-in-harness, 187, 338, 417 Hook it, 348

II faut souffrir pour fitre beau, 128, 255, 337 In petto, 289

Keep your hair on, 92, 195, 318 Leap in the dark, 466

Lincoln was, London is, and York shall be, 229, 331 Lucid interval, 87, 137 Man in the street, 73 Moonshine in water, 332 Mother of free Parliaments, 289, 357 Passive resistance, 267 Peace, retrenchment, and reform, 176, 515 Pillars of knowledge, 390 Pillars of the Lord, 390 Quite a few, 33 Sky-blue scarlet, 332 Spheres of influence, 128, 152 That immortal lie, 167, 391, 474