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Notes and Queries, July 25, 1903.


INDEX.


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408


Proverbs and Phrases :

The first crown'd head that enters Lincoln's walls

To eat cherries with princes, 36

To rule o'er freemen, should themselves be free 273

To the nines, 34, 90

Tottenham is turn'd French, 185, 333

Travailler pour le Roi de Prusse, 289, 392 437 496

Twopenny dam, 425

Up to Dick, 390

Whipping the cat, 276, 353

World without end, 448

Proverbs relating to Lincoln, 229, 331

Prynne, pictures in his ' Life of Laud,' .

Pulpit at Salisbury Cathedral, inscription on 68

Purcell family, 14, 58, 212, 396

Purcell's ' Life of Manning,' 86

Put, use and derivation of the word, 267, 375

Q. (A. N.) on Lord Brougham, 206

Burial of Sir John Moore, 105

Quadering, use of the word, 428

Quaestor on Andrew Crawford, 328, 493

Quarrell (W. H.) on cipher price-marks, 229

Wit in unsuspected places, 446 Quarrell (W. R.) on Mourning Sunday, 15 'Quarterly Review' on the Nativity, 88, 136; on

Browning, 248

Queen of England, dedication to the, 406, 495 Queen's Oak, at Grafton Regis, 346 ' Quid pro Quo,' play performed at Bristol, 1578, 444 Quigley (Father). See O'Coigly. Quotation, accuracy in, 161, 223, 273 Quotation on plaster, 1591, 488 Quotations :

A mad world, my masters, 395

After life's fitful fever, 220

Ah ! judge her gently who so deeply loved ! 369,

412

Before the highest Jupiter of all, 106 But this I know, 449 Celia is sick, 208 C'est un verre qui luit, 148 Comprendre, c'est pardonner, 224 Delivered from the galling yoke of time, 369, 412,

oil Distinct, but distant clear, but oh how cold !

170, 211

Est quidam usus mendaciorum, 466 Eternite, deviens mon asile, 429 Green is forsaken, yellow 's forsworn, 33 How do 1 love thee ? Let me count the ways, 49 I Ve often wished to have a friend, 208 Je vais que*rir un grand peut-etre, 28, 72, 112 Lseva in parte mamillse, 14 Le grand peut etre, 28, 72, 112 Le roi est mort ; vive le roi ! 187, 296 Let it check our pride, 229 Let merry England proudly rear, 32 Little Willie the Conqueror long did reign, 240 Mallem August! judicium quam Antonii benefi-

cium, 466

Mendacia stare non possunt sine mendaciis, 466 Mol o' the Wad and I fell out, 33 My hour is not come, 429 My ornaments are arms, 327, 394 Neat not gaudy, 68, 118, 236, 332


Quotations :

Not worlds on worlds, 187

O could my mind, unfolded in my page, 169

Oh, tell me whence love cometh ! 508

Oh, true brave heart, 369

Repent, repent, for the dear Christ's sake, 48

Rien ne manque a sa gloire, 148

Securitas est tutissimum bonum, 466

Sleep the sleep of the just, 429, 475, 511

So many gods, 187, 318, 394, 436

Such spotless honour, such ingenuous truth, 87,

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That immortal lie, 167, 391, 474

The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world, 460

The night was made for cooling shade, 208

The Romans in England long held sway, 209, 330

The sacrament of morning, 289, 354

Thou unrelenting past, 188, 254

Though its longitude's somewhat uncertain, 407

450, 471

'Tis better to have loved and lost, 511 Tout comprendre rend tres indulgent, 224 Ubique ingenia hominum situs formant, 466 Vita posse priore frui, 389, 436 Weep not for her, she is an angel now, 229, 278 When Cupid makes immortal arms his spoil, 170 When earth, as if on evil dreams, 28, 90 World without end, 448, 513 Quotations wanted, 68, 118, 236, 490 R. on Bruce and Avenell, 228 B. (A. F.) on cap in the hunting-field, 184 First Cunard steamers, 185 Records in maternity, 238 R. (C. W.) on Drew family, 248 R. (D. M.) on Adelphi Society of London, 110

Moravia and Campbell families, 469 R. (J. F.) on exemption from poor tax, 133 R. (J. H.) on Duncalfe, 289

Folk-lore in Brittany, 444 R. (W. F.) on dive, 230

Warth, 112

Rabelais, his last moments, 72 Races of mankind, 169, 236, 372, 498 Racova, its locality, 1 6 Radcliffe (J.) on hedgehog, 335

Reynolds (John), of the Mint, 275 Rae (F.) on House of Commons' Sessions, 306 Rainolds or Reynolds (William), c. 1544-94, 404 Randolph (J. A.) on abbey of Burton-on-Treut, 76 Crooked Usage, Chelsea, 34 French phrase, 255 St. Nicolas, 52 Schoolboy literature, 297 Waverley Abbey, 429 Ranken (J. S.) on Old Wife, 310 Ratcliffe (T.) on cup-turning in fortune-telling, 355 Haynau (General), 258 Hell-in-harness, 338 " Mary had a little lamb," 309 Pin pictures, 38 Witch, a kind of lamp, 192 Raynes (George), Winchester scholar, 1549, 228 Reade (A. L.) on Dudley of Wiltshire, 408

Russell family, 474 Reader on Seven Dials, 448 Records, the printing of, 226