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Notes and Queries, July 25, 1903.


INDEX.


545


St. Helena Gardens, 1770-1869, 337

St. Katherine's Hospital, Regent's Park 34

St. Luke, legend of, 465

St. Mary Axe, derivation of the name, 110 231

of '


St. Materiana and Tintagel Church, 9, 93 St. Nicholas, origin of the legend of, 52 136 St. Olave's, Hart Street, monuments of theCely famil in, 405 ; monument to Mrs. Samuel Pepys in, 486' St. Pancras, Soper Lane, inscriptions in, 389, 457 St. Peter's, Rome, inscription on obelisk at 435 St. Remade, identification of, 238 St. Sebastien at Caumont, 328 St. Swithin on Queen Anne, 254 Bird of the Soufriere, 404 ' Celebrities and I,' 368, 494 Gillygate at York, 457 Isabella colour, 174 Jansenist crucifix, 427 Johnson (Garret), 217 Trinity Sunday folk-lore, 224 Upright burial, 514 Village library, 91

St. Symphorian and Tintagel Church, 9, 93 St. Winnoc, Cornish saint, 507 Salisbury, John of, quotation in his ' Policraticus,

511

Salisbury (Lord) on decaying nations, 56 Salisbury Cathedral pulpit, inscription on, 68 Salmonsew, etymology of the word, 65 Sampey family of Boyle or Rossmoyle, 209 Samson, Abbot of Bury St. Edmunds, 1182, 106 San Diego and Santiago, 129, 377 Sandglass, auction by, 188, 353 Sandwich, history of the word, 214, 391 Sandys (William), his book on carols, 494 Sans Pareil Theatre, history of the, 110, 216 Santiago and San Diego, 129, 377 Sararia, misprint for Saravia, 326 Saumarez (Sir James) in Fitchett's ' Nelson and his

Captains,' 206 Saunders (C. T.) on Clement's Inn registers, 514

Simpson's in the Strand, 337 Savage (B. A.) on ValleVs ' Bibliographic des Biblio-

graphies,' 410 Savoir Vivre Club, its origin and history, 127, 236,

293

Savonarola, his inedited MSS., 485 Savory, laced, meaning of the term, 67 Saxe-Coburg or Hanover, 169, 258 Scarlett (Robert), sexton of Peterborough Cathedral,

his epitaph, 53, 235, 511

Scattergood (B P.) on Clement's Inn registers, 448 "Fert, fert, fert," 96 Kimberley family of Bromsgrove, 369 Schiller's ' Wallenstein,' 348 School, old time table, 186, 294 Schoolboy literature in 1710, 145, 297 Schulze (Heinrich Edmund), 1824-78, German organ-

builder, 247, 410 Scot (Robert), inventor of leathern artillery, d. 1613,

his biography, 268, 334, 452 Scotch ballad : ' Habbie Simpson,' 229, 436 Scotch Prime Ministers, 116 Scotch words and English commentators, 1



Scott (Sir Walter) : Heart of Midlothian,' Fortunes

of Nigel,' 68, 118, 236, 332 ; st. Roan's Weir

use of the word bagman in, 149, 232, 338, 411-

his use of the phrase Hell-in-harness," 187 Lord

Bladderskate in 'Redgauntlet,' 355 ; and the story

of The Good Devil of Woodstock,' 370 ; and ' The

Corsicans, 487 ; and Mrs. Arkwright, Derbyshire, 498

Scraps, pasted, how to detach them, 110 195 314

Seaborne (G) on Sir Simonds D'Ewes's po'rtrait of

oir K. Cotton, 254 Seaborne family, 248

Seannachie, Gaelic word, its etymology, 186, 277 356 beeds, their retarded germination, 52, 155, 216 331 belf-ends, use of the word, 285 Sempill or Semple family, 229, 436 Senancour (Etienne Pi vert de), his last word.-, 429 Seneschal, history and functions of the office 248 354 Serjeantson (R. M.) on William Bretteyn, LL.D. 49 Christening door, 249 Clarke (Samuel), D.D., 95 Sermon, change in meaning of the word, 26 ; marriage,

at Twyning, 346 ; in proverbs, 462 Serpent's feet, legend of the, 70 Sessions, use of the term concerning the House of

Commons, 306

Seven Dials, in 'Sketches by Boz,' 448, 494 Seven stars, setting of the, 109 Seventeenth-century queries, 70 Sewell (Dr. J. E.), his" nickname, 195 Sexton on bones at the Resurrection, 136 Sexton's tombstone, 53, 235, 511 Seymour (Mary), cousin gennan to Edward VI

268, 358

Shaa or Shaw (Sir John), his bequests of rin<*s, 308 Shaddick (H.) on church bells, 354 Shadwell (Dr. C. L.), his ' Registrum Orielense,' 283 Shakespeare ( W.), abroad in the seventeenth century, 44, 150, 336, 455 ; his books, 64, 203 ; his Seventy-sixth Sonnet, 96, 249, 493; and Bacon, 122, 215,302, 383; his knowledge of geography, 208, 333, 416, 469; Shylock, 266, 476; the "Temple" edition of, 407 ; reduced facsimile of the First Folio, 429: his ' Venus and Adonis,' 447 ; Sonnet Ivii., 448 ; volume of quarto editions of, 467 ; and Thomas Heywood, 493

Shakespeare-Bacon controversy, 69, 96, 249, 493 ihakespeare Cottage at St. Albans, 70 Ihakespeare's Sonnets : "Mr. W. H.," 125 hakespeariana :

As You Like It, " Juno's swans," 163 Hamlet, Act I. sc. 1 , " When beggars die there are no comets seen," 163 ; " Miching mallicho," 504 King Lear, Act II. sc. 2 and 4, " O, how this mother swells up toward my heart ! " 162, 323 Macbeth, Act IV. sc. 1, " Trebble scepters," 325 Merchant of Venice, should and would ; out- night ; sponge, 25, 266 Romeo and Juliet, Act III. sc. 6, "Runaways'

eyes," 162

Two Gentlemen of Verona, its topography, 208 Winter's Tale, Act I. sc. 2, " I am questioned by my fears," 163 ; Act I. sc. 2, " The imposition clear'd," 163 ; Act II. sc. 1, 39-42, "depart"; Act II. sc. 1, 50-2, " He has discovered my design," 324; Act II. sc. 1, 68, " Tis pity shee 's not honest,' 1 325