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Notes and Queries, July 26, 1902.


Bostock vB. C.) on an unknown Fleetwood pedigree, 513 Boswell (E. B. ) on the author and avenger of evil, 229

Away with, 348

Boswell's 'Johnson ' as a touchstone of taste, 387 Boswell- Stone (W. G.) on Jacobite lines, 449 Bottled ale, its invention, 18 Bottles, black, for wine, 7, 175, 276, 411 Bouchier ( J.) on BeYanger : Le Roi d'Yvetot,' 88 Bourne, West, meaning and origin of the word, 51,

92, 190, 269, 291, 375 Bower (E.), his picture of Charles I., 187 Bowes family, 189, 351

Bowyer (William), sen. and jun., their wills, 131 " Box Harry," use and meaning of the term, 449 Boyle (J. R.) on inquests, 475

Bradford and Wilsden, Yorks, manor court rolls of, 289 Bradley (H.) on Liraberham, 227

Limerick, 188

Bramble (J. R.) on rene = a small watercourse, 434 Brandon (Richard), public executioner, his portrait,

9, 70, 151

Bread broken at table, signification of, 406, 514 Breadcrumbs and the devil, 111 Breechin, use of the word in Dr. John Brown's ' Rab

and his Friends,' 484 Breslar (M. L. R.) on Essenes, 103

Contemporaries, 408

Crossing knives and forks, 14

Dickensiana : phrase of Mrs. Gamp, 13

Gordon as a Russian surname, 371

Herrick ; silver-pence, 478

Mendelssohn (Moses), 1 85

Proverbs xxvi. 4-5, 404

Rout, 198

Royal walks, 244

Sheridan and Maginn, 305

Shimmozzel, 395

Star-lore, 358

Bricks in the Middle Ages, 196 Brightwalton, ' Curious Particulars of Brightwalton,'

349, 458 Brindley (H. H.) on armorial bearings of railway

companies, 409

"Bristol look," meaning of the term, 148, 298, 332 Bristow family, 171, 317, 329 Broad Street and Bishopsgate Street in 1677 as

residential quarters, 146

Brod, meaning and use of the word, 162, 433 Brook and Brookes families, 167 Brown family, 228, 352 Browne family arms, 290, 492 Browne (D.) on Sir Nicholas Smith, 193 Browne (G. A. ) on St. Bees, 267 Browne (Sir Thomas), his skull, 85 Browning (R.), bis epilogue to Asolando,' 47, 173, 276 Bruce (Michael), Robert Burns, and John Logan,

95, 209, 309, 414, 469, 512

Brummel (Beau) and Barbey d'Aurevilly, 8, 96, 110 Brutus on gun, 106 Buchanan (N.) on pulque, 336 Buckenham (Robert), D.D. Cambr., 1631, 425 Bucks and Good Fellows in 1778, 443 ' Budget of Paradoxes ' : Diderot, 25 Buff week. See Baffweek. Buffaloes, Royal Antediluvian Order of, 134


Buggies, distinction between, 229

Building in Gothic period, references to, 387, 475

Bull-baiting previous to sale of flesh, its meaning,

188, 255, 314 Bulloch (J. M.) on Byron's grandfather, 509

Cabinet carved in prison, 307

Gordon, a place-name, 29

Gordon as a Russian surname, 148

'Jenny of Monteith,' 288 Billow (Chancellor von), a " Bismarck en Pantoufles,"

186

Buns, hot crescent, 345

Bunyan (John) and Zoar Chapel, Southwark, 73 Burke (Edmund), his visits to Monmouthshire, 108 Burke (W. J.) on Cleburne : Bowes : Ward, 189 Burningham (R.) on Batty, printer, 159, Fleet Street, 272

Machine = public coach, 38

Burns (Robert), Michael Bruce, and John Logan, 95, 209, 309, 414, 469, 512 ; and James Cririe, 183 j poem by J. Nicholson on, 185, 374 Butler (J. D.) on Charles II. on weight offish, 308

Court of St. James's, 84

Genius and insanity, 269

Harvest bell, 418

Honorificabilitudinitas, 243

London libraries in the Elizabethan era, 329 Byrom (John), his epigram, 138 Byron (Lord), his ancestry, 381, 509; ode on his

death, 508

C. (A. E.) on Edwardian charter, 485 C. (E.) on Broad Street and Bishopsgate Street in 1677, 146

Lord Mayors' pageants, 68 C. (E. F. D.) on " Keep your hair on," 335

Nottingham (Lady), 128 C. (F. J.) on barracked, 355

Greek pronunciation, 332

King (John), language master, London, 227

Machine = public coach, 413

Saulies, 250

Wagues, 318

Wind folk-lore, 338

C. (G. E.) on Coronation peerages, 221 C. (G. 8.) on arms, 293 C. (H.) on Richard Argentine, alias Sexten, 204

Arms of Eton and Winchester Colleges, 330

Buckenham (Kobert), 425

Crispe (Henry), 93

Fortescue (Anthony), 53

Holts at Winchester, 164

Kennett (Bishop White), his father, 455

Rede (Sir Richard), 484

Rudyerd (Sir benjamin), 383

Sanderson (Bishop), his descendants, 511

Sarpi (Father Paul), his letters, 1693, 170 C. (J.) on oldest borough in England, 9 C. ( J. C. ) on tontine, 8 C. (J. L.) on portraits of Joanna Baillie,^129 C. (J. M.) on Greek epigram, 454 C. (L.) on Byron, 508 C. (L. B.) on Francis Spiera's despair, 389 C. (R.) on royal colour, 407 C. (T. W.) on Castle Carewe, Pembroke, 428 Cabinet carved in prison, dated 1614, 307