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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, July 28, 1900.


Platt (J.), jun., on knobkerrie, its etymology, 66 Manatee, its etymology, 85 Names, South African, 113 Place-names, Roumanian, 311 Quagga and zebra, 3, 480 Sirvente or sirventes, 374 Stiver and steever, 434 Wagner (Richard), his ' Meistersinger/ 8 Wigwam : Tepee, 104 Yam, its etymology, '226 Plocks : The Flocks, its meaning, 127, 382 Plugenet family of Kilpeck, 269, 400 Pockethandkerchief, divination by, 185, 295 Pockethandkerchiefs, moral and political, 147, 423 Pocklington (G. R.) on Pocklington pedigree, 376 Pocklington pedigree, 376

Poe (Edgar A.), origin of his ' Hop-Frog,' 4, 155, 235 Poet, his immortality predicted by himself, 481 Poker virtue, its meaning and origin, 108, 173 Polder, its meaning, 55, 258 Politician, use of the word, 499 Politician on commando, use of the word, 433

United Empire Loyalists, 27 Polkinghorn, its derivation and meaning, 11 Pollard (H. T.) on pillillew, use of the word, 484 Pollard (M.) on crabs' eyes as medicine, 486

" Throwing a bonnet over the windmills," 421 Pollard-Urquhart (F. E. R.) on double-name signa- tures for peers, 38

Pond Farm, Leicester, and Whitebrook family, 88 Ponsonby (G.) on child's book, 36

Rubens's portrait of Marchesa Grimaldi, 35 Poole (M. E.) on Grosvenor manuscripts, 315 Plantagenet (Arthur), Viscount Lisle, 269 Salisbury (Thomas), 230

Sergeant-at-Arms : Yeoman of the Guard, 355 Pope (Alexander), his " love-letters," 147 Popes John XII. and Benedict IX., 416 Port (C. G.) on almshouses in Savage Gardens, 415 Powell (Foster), Yorkshire pedestrian, 436 Powell (H. Y.) on costume of clergymen, 335

Devizes, origin of the name, 88 Powell (Thomas), his biography, 67 Pownoll (Jacob Arkworth), date of death, 316 Praed (W. M.), his poetical enigmas, 26, 75, 176 Prefaces, custom of writing, 15 Press, freedom of the, 469

Preston Guild, celebration held every twenty years, 96 Prideaux (W. F.) on Aldgate and Whitechapel, 134 Bath, Order of the, 50 Cavendish (Henry), his biography, 94 Field-Marshals in the army, 44 FitzGerald (Edward), bibliography of, 201, 221, 24 Fleet Street, No. 17, 131 Mint, the, its localization, 12 Quagga and. zebra, their etymologies, 75 Priest, used as a verb, 10, 96, 191 Prime Minister, 94, 213 Prince of Wales, title of, 69, 214 Prince of Wales as Duke of Cornwall, 4, 215, 363, 44 Prisoners of war in England, 1759-60, 269, 380, 465 Pronunciation, alteration of, 395, 453, 497 " Prooshan Blue" in Pickwick,' 452 Proverbs and Phrases :

A far cry to Loch Awe, 67, 130, 323 A pickled rope, 15


roverbs and Phrases :

As black as the Devil's nutting-bag, 38, 95, 197

As throng as Throp's wife, 414, 526

Atlantic greyhound, 397, 525

Bloated armaments, 455

Comparisons are odious, 46, 195, 292

Devil walking through Athlone, 336, 425, 464

End : An end, 65, 137, 175, 277

February fill-dyke, 188, 277, 384, 502

Grave of great reputations, 48, 156

Green-eyed monster, 65, 152, 295, 406

Haft : By the haft, 38, 92

Hopping the wag, 25, 154, 346

King of Bantam, 18, 94

La fe endryczaal sobieran ben, 187, 258, 421,481

Lie in one's throat, 146

Literary log-rolling, 208

Ne pas valoir les quatre fers d'un chien, 312

No deaf nuts, 316, 399

Noblesse oblige, 468

Otium cum dignitate, 385

Pennyworth : A good pennyworth, 73

Print: Out of print, 124, 195, 343, 422

Robin Hood's pennyworths, 73

Rotatory calabash, 186

See how these Christians love one another, 107

Stand the racket, 316, 422

Sunday hare, 46, 291

Swim in golden lard, 229

They say. What say they ? Let them say, 456

Throwing a bonnet over the windmills, 268, 421

Toad : Soft as a toad, 54

Up, Guards, and at them ! 32

Widow's man, 148, 254

Women be forgetfull, children be unkinde, 434,

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Providence, island of, 49 Prussia, riding in, 494 Puckridge family of Hants, 49

Punch,' changes in, 227, 291 ; weekly dinner, 397, 526 Punch and Judy, article in ' Saturday Review ' on, 513 Putrem, ' ^Eneid,' viii. 596, its meaning, 248, 333, 438 Pythagoras and Christianity, 248, 345, 426 Quackenbos (J. D.) on ' Fisherman of Lake Semapee,'

415

Quagga, its etymology, 3, 75 Quare (Daniel), watchmaker, his burial-place, 474 Quaritch (Bernard), bookseller, 83, 116, 175 Quarrell (W. H.) on instrumental choir, 35 Christian names, 413 Maps, 374 Quarter of corn, 456 Queen's Concert or Hanover Square Rooms, demolition

of, 354 Quincentenary of the shrievalty of Newcastle- upon-

Tyne, 453 Quotations :

A broken song, it had dropped apart, 149 A citizen of Rome, while Rome survived, 109 A parent asked a priest his child to bless, 210 An antique stone, the relics spared by old decay,

317

And still beneath the caverns dread, 51 Bid day stand still, 497 Does this become a soldier ? 109, 219 Food for worms, good Percy, 210