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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, July 28, 1900.


Koberts (W.) on Catalogues of English book sales, 429, 490

Hanky-panky, 26

Hannays of Kirkdale, 195

Romney (George), his books, 426

Shakespeare's portraits, 334

Shelley's mother, 169

Voteless candidate, 413

Bobinson (J.) on early evening newspaper, 477 Eo Chester family, 188

Rochester (Lord) and Lady Sandwich, 356, 442 Kogers (S.), his ' Ginevra,' 3, 92, 154, 505 Eollick, use of the word as a substantive, 415 Koman Empire, fall of the, 28 Eoman numerals, 366 Roman wash, cosmetic, 69, 256 Roman years 751-753, 125 Rome, date of the building of, 245, 405 Romney (George), his books, 289, 426 Ronjat, the king's serjeant-surgeon, 475 Roods and rood-lofts, 477

Ross (R. M.) on " Is Thomas Hardy nowadays," 396 "Rotatory calabash," origin of the custom, 186, 381 Roumanian place-names, 311 Rowe (J. H.) on Doctor as a Christian name, 54

Polkinghorn, its derivation, 11

St. Hieretha, Devonshire saint, 107 Rowson (Mrs. S.), her ' Charlotte Temple : a Tale of

Truth,' 89, 218

Rubens's portrait of the Marchesa Grimaldi, 35 Run, theatrical, use of the term, 513 Runagate and runaway, confusion between, 513 Rushton (W. L.) on Shakespeare's books, 329 Ruskin (John), taste in his ' Modern Painters,' 86 ;

his residences, 475

Russell (C.) on Dr. Johnson and Vestris, 24 Russell (F. A.) on Dickens and Yorkshire schools, 354

Doctor, Christian name, 194

Ladybird, Suffolk name for, 154

Mint, the, 114 Russell family, 187

Russian calendar and the year 1 900, 46, 265 Rust (J. C.) on open field land, 411 Butter (J. A.) on moated mounds, 309

Rectangular keeps, 454

Salutation Tavern, its landlord, 315 Bye (W. B.), jun., on vol. i. ' N. & Q.,' 90 Rylands family, 355, 440 S. on " I '11 hang my harp on a willow tree," 526

La Fayette (Marquis de), picture of, 228 S. (A. H.) on pictures composed of handwriting, 255 S. (B.) on May Road well, Accrington, 14 S. (C.) on Picts and Scots, 418 S. (F. G.) on Corney House, Chiswick, 137

Cox (James), his museum, 57 S. (H.) on General Lambert, 7 S. (H. G. L.) on Gladstone's height, 234 S. (Hi H.) on Devil walking through Athlone," 464 S. (J. P.) on alum trade, its history, 234

Paint, process for removing, 274 S. (J. S.), Yale, on ' The Three Sister Arts,' 313 S. (J. S.), London, on genius and large families, 479

' The Three Sister Arts,' 366 S. (N. S.) on Cowper centenary, 358

Flag, the British, 440 8. (0.) on Old Jamaica, sailors' term, 49


S. (P.) on Roman wash, its meaning, 69 S. (R.) on Doctor, a Christian name, 324 S. (S.) on casts of ancient seals, 288 S. (W.) on army rank, 190

Gantelope, the, military punishment, 204

Horse, the wooden, 82

Log, the, 511

Prisoners, French, 380

Strappado, 369

' White Man's Burden,' 481 S. (W. T.) on 'Easier than Lying,' 288 S.-M. (C. G ) on childerpox, children's disease, 128, 297

"La fe endrycza al sobieran ben," 421 St. Christopher, poem on the legend of, 335 St. Eanswyth, virgin saint, relics of, 8, 74, 155 St. Francis of Assisi, the Aberdeen triptych of, 397 St. George of England, 374 St. George's, Bloomsbury, orientation of, 333 St. Helen, Queen of England, story of, 129 St. Hieretha, Devonshire saint, 107, 294 St. Jerome, editions of his works, 148 St. Jordan, Christian name, 256 St. Just-in-Penwith, Cornwall, church built of unhewn

stones, 68

St. Margaret's, Westminster, inscriptions in, 284 St. Martin's parish, its extent, 397, 479 St. Mary's, Moorfields, engraving depicting midnight

mass at, 1862, 76 ; its history, 76 St. Mary Woolnoth, 455

St. Michael's, Bassishaw, its sale by auction, 6, 113 St. Mildred's, Poultry, 33 St. Nicholas (Thomas), c. 1650, 187 St. Pancras's Church, Canterbury, its antiquity, 26,

94, 178, 319

St. Pol (Earls of), their pedigree, 72, 196 St. Saviour's, Southwark, allusions to, 516 St. Swithin on Bummel, its derivation, 436

Byre, its meaning, 277, 440

Cremitt money, 254

Doctor as Christian name, 194

Dozzil or dossil, 37

Eye, evil, 285

Football on Shrove Tuesday at Chester-le- Street, 283

Gipsies in England in the thirteenth century, 276

Goat in folk-lore, 522

Hoastik carles, 16

Maundeville (Sir John) on orange peel, 188

None used with a plural verb, 235

Pock ethand kerchief, fateful, 185

Proverbs in Herbert's ' Jacula Prudentum,' 382

Shakespeare and music, 95

Shield of brawn, 445

"Sunday" hare, 291 St. Thomas's Day Custom, 497 Saladin and the Crusader's wife, 77 ' Sale of Authors,' passage relating to Gray, 376 Salisbury, Collegium de Valle, 69 Salisbury (Thomas), his arrest in 1586, 230 Salmon (Mrs.), her waxwork exhibition, 131 Salmon disease, 87, 191 Salt, Cerebos, explained, 356, 440 Salterton on unicorns, 314

Salutation Tavern, Newgate Street, in 1794, 315 Sanctuary, right of, repeal of the law in England, 51 Sanderson family of Leigh, Lancashire, 416