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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, July 28, 1900.


Dilks (T. B.) on Admiral Sir Thomas Dilkes, 377 Doctor, Christian name, 324 Tennyson's 'Dream of Fair Women,' 208 Town gates outside London, 228 Dilly (James), his biography, 495 Disraeli (B.), ' The Infernal Marriage,' 287 Dixon (E. M.) on pewter and its marks, 114 Doctor as a Christian name, 53, 194, 324 'Dr. Syntax' and John Sheriff, 8, 151, 270 Dodd (Ralph) and the Thames Tunnel, 35, 75, 169,

291, 346

Dogs, ancient, in Devonshire, 269, 341, 523 Dollies for doilies, misprint in the ' Standard,' 46 Dominican order, arms of, 230, 346 Dorp as an English word, 493 Douglas, the Black, his biography, 229 Douglas (James Douglas Stoddart), his arms, 52 Douglas (W.) on Cumberland's ' Jew,' 479

Pickwickian phrase, 275 Downman (John), portraits by, 269 Dozzil or dossil, figure on stack, 17, 178, 234, 293 Drinking-glass of eighteenth century, 515 Drury (C.) on busts made by Alcock of Cobridge, 127 Meteyard (Eliza), her ' Dora and her Papa,' 103 Photography, the discoverer of, 116 Dryden and other poets, resemblances, 353, 482 Dryden's oaks in Scott's 'Ballad of Rosabelle/ 149,

273

Dublin, bleeding image in Christ Church, 55 Dudeney (H. E.) on Malachy Dudeny, 416 Dudeny (Malachy), his biography, 416, 479 Duff (W.), his biography, 28 Duignan (W. H.) on English mile, 498

Woore, place-name, 128 Dukes or jukes, stablemen's term, 7, 92 Dunbar = 0gilvy, 69 Dunheved on " One and all," Cornish motto, 148

Renfred, Christian name, 460

Dunkerley (T.), supposed son of George II., 106, 237 Dunn (R.) on drawings by Sir John Gilbert, 108 Dunstable, Guild of St. John the Baptist, its register,

187

Dutch Bible, first printed, 267 Dwnn of Dwynn family of Radnorshire, 415 Dyer (A. S.) on Pownoll and Gennys, 316 Spurring family, 396 Turtliff family, 416 E. (A. S.) on Petigrewe, its etymology, 233

Shilston family of Devon, 336 E. (K.) on game of tables, 435

Earl's Palace, Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, 337, 426, 486 Earrings worn by men, 88, 191, 321, 386 4 Easier than Lying,' short story, 288 East (Edward), watchmaker to Charles I., 433 Easter, tables for finding, prefixed to the Prayer- Book, 281

Easton (W. M. G.) on Bucth, Gaelic name, 316 4 Claverhouse's Lament,' 229 Polder, its meaning, 55

Prince of Wales as Duke of Cornwall, 215, 363 Eastwood (A. E.) on Eastwood family, 69 Eastwood family, 69

Edgcumbe (R.) on ' John Bull,' a newspaper, 495 Edge (Capt.), discoveries in Greenland, 209, 343, 398 Edgett surname, its derivation, 13, 193 Editions of newspapers, early stop-press, 8, 130


Editorial :

Beak=a magistrate, 80

Blight, significations and uses of the word, 408

"Brewers' entire," 100, 175

Brook's Market, 368

Chess poem, 408

Classical confession, 40

Dante Society, 120

44 God bless the king ! " 388

Good wishes, 1

Housemaid's knee, 388

Lang (A.), contributions to the 'Saturday,' 260

Lay, preterite of lie, 220

Lay for lies, 300

4 Letters on the English Nation,' 80

Mascagni, passage from, 280

44 My name is Norval," 200

44 Noblesse oblige," 468

Royal Marines in 1708, officers of, 180

' Spiritual Quixote,' 80

Tennyson quotation, 160

Tommy Atkins, 240

Tramway, derivation of, 160 Editors, the evolution of, 166, 323, 425 Edward III. and Flemish weavers, 288, 362, 442 Egyptian chessmen, 28, 111, 273, 341 Eighteenth-century histories of England, 127, 189.

276, 398

Eighteenth-century sporting record, 495 Elixir vitse in fiction, 38 Elizabeth (Queen), scandal concerning, 51 Elizabethan terms, 148, 365 Ellacombe (H. N.) on figs in fruit, 209 Ellis family of Wales, 109, 358 Ellis (A. S.) on Bohun and Plugenet families, 400

Botoner (John), his biography, 402

Seriff, printing term, 246

Elverton Manor, co. Kent, its history, 356, 406 Embroidery, antique escutcheon, 245 Emery family, 27, 115, 174, 341 Emmas at fairs, 278

England, histories of, 127, 189, 276, 398 English coinage, origin of, 29, 149 <( Energetic old man," 93

Enigmas, poetical, by W. M. Praed, 26, 75, 176 Entapis, use of the term, 167 Entire, brewers', 100, 175 Epigram on an epigram, 287 Epitaphs :

"Ah ! cruel death, to make three meals of one/* 434

Grattox, the spotted negro boy, 456, 505

Henry (Prince), 1612, 34, 77, 230, 337, 477

" In some tall pitcher," 6

44 Here lies she who has his wife," 33

Johnson (Mr. Thomas), "Good reader, if thou can'st but spare a tear," 477

44 Man, thee behoveth oft, to have this in mind,'* 503

Midwives' in Norwich, 453

Tenterden Church, 332

44 This maid no elegance of form possess'd," 85

" Virgilii sepulchrum non procul inde," 192 Erlik Khan, Tibetian Pluto, 395, 486 Essington on drawings by Sir John Gilbert, 238 44 Esto perpetua," 337