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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, July 26, 1902.


Death from fear, 367, 474

Debonnaire on Boswell's 'Johnson,' 387

England with many religions and one sauce, 407 " Grey city by the Northern Sea," 407 Deedes (C.) on comically, 285

Defoe (Daniel), variations in ' Robinson Crusoe,' 48 ; his biography, 207, 318 ; and the St. Vincent eruption of 1718, 461

Delagoa and Algoa, derivation of the place-name, 371 De la Pole or Pole family, 128 De la Pole (Sir William), ob. 1329, his descendants,

209, 272 De la Tour (Monsieur Maltre), his 'History of

Ayder Ali Khan,' 369, 436 Delta on chalices of wood, 215 Demon, repentant, Carlyle on story of a, 51 De Morgan, his ' Budget of Paradoxes ' and Diderot,

25

Denbigh (Countess of), ob. 1725-6, 247, 412 Dendy (Serjeant Edward), serjeant-at-arms to the

Commonwealth, 508

Denham, Laird of Wishiels, his family, 56, 156 Denham (E.) on Black Malibran, 367 Denn or Denne (Mrs. James), her maiden name, 109 Denvil on ' The Carrion Crow,' 347 Dervish sects, books on, 469 Desborough portraits and relics, 30, 175 Deserter and spy, of whom spoken, 449 Dexter (B. W.) on Weeks's Museum, 297 Dey (E. M.) on ' Cymbeline,' I., 223 Macbeth,' I. ii. 21, 343 1 Macbeth,' I. iv. 35, 343 'Macbeth,' I. v. 23-6, 343 Dibdin (Charles), bibliographical account of his works,

421

Dibdin (E. E.) on bibliography of Charles Dibdin, 421

Dickens (Charles), phrase of Mrs. Gamp, 12, 172, 515 ;

'David Copperfield,' 347, 391 ; his opium den, 361 ;

names of his characters, 366, 496 ; American

edition, 387

' Dictionary of National Biography ' : notes and cor- rections, 86, 163

Diderot and De Morgan's ' Budget of Paradoxes,' 25 Dilke (Sir C. W.) on Baff week, 353 Mourning Sunday, 390 Staunton, Worcestershire, 11, 110, 217 West Bourne, 291

Dinmore, records of the preceptory of, 207 'Dirty Old Man,' poem on the tavern, 428, 512 Disraeli (Benjamin), his birthplace, 15, 297 Dissington family, 18, 97 Dixon (Capt. James) of Newcastle and Atkin of

Northumberland, 449

Dixon (R.) on adulation extraordinary, 117 Baxter (William), of Australia, 486 Browne family arms, 492 Cromartie (Earl of), 293 Defoe at Tooting, 318 De la Pole or Pole family, 128 Denbigh (Countess of), 412 Descendants of Sir William De la Pole, died

1329, 209, 272

Dixon of Newcastle and Atkin of Northumber- land, 449 Duchy of Berwick, 295, 433


Dixon (E.) on Gee family, 131, 474

Gordon, a place-name, 371

Introduction of trousers, 415

Knocker family, 154

Mathews of Truro,.336

Morley (Elizabeth, Lady), 388

Nairne (Lady), her Jacobite songs, 511

Oldcastle (Sir John), 308

Parish registers, care and protection, 410

Pins in drinking vessels, 136, 256, 396

Pole (D.), second Bishop of Peterborough, 189

Pole (Sir Geoffrey), died 1558, 328, 468

Royal personages, 395

Shelley's ancestry, 610

Dodgson (E. 8. ) on Thomas a Becket and the cathe- dral church of Sigtienza, 344

British epitaphs in Catalufia, 326

Heuskarian rarity in the Bodleian Library, 415

Llanrbidian Lower, epitaph at, 29 Dodsley (Robert), date of his death, 228 Dogs : Isle of Dogs, origin of the name, 165, 397 Donibristle miners : curious literary reminiscence, 64 Donne (Dr. J.), his burial, 28 Dormer (J.) on additions to 'N.E.D.,' 143, 262, 363,

402, 482 Herrick's ' Hesperides': " Lutes of amber," 471

Price of eggs, 278 D'Orsay (Count), the last of the dandies, and T. H.

Nicholson, 63

Dorso-ventrality : endorsement, 64, 212, 331, 415 Doset Hall, Surrey, its history, 288, 433 " Double Joes," origin of the name, 164 Douglas (W.) on Dickensiana : 'David Copperfield/

391

Dove (John), the regicide, his parentage, 389 Dowling (J. N.) on William Tollemache Edwards, 398,

478

Downes : Sheres : Knyvett, 394 Downhauler on "Mischief-Night," 48 Downie, college servant at Aberdeen, his slaughter,

367, 474

Dragon tree, account of the, 369, 411 Draper (Cresheld), M.P. Winchelsea, 1678-1687, 448] Drawing-knife, its meaning, 86 Drinking vessels, pins in, 10, 136, 255, 293, 396 Drury Lane Theatre, proscenium doors in 1828, 429 Dryhurst, place-name, its etymology, 366 Du Cane (Sir B. F.) on Desborough portraits and relics, 175

Royal personages, 257

Duckett (Sir George Floyd), Bart., 1811-1902, 447 Duels in the seventeenth and early eighteenth cen-

tury, 94, 175

Duff (E. G.) on Richard Smith and his library, 347 Duke, origin of the title, 329, 455 Dumas (Alexandre) pere in England, records of, 248 Dunkin (E. H. W.) on Standsfield, 414 Durham Cathedral, lectern in, 135, 374 Dutch and Flemish towns, arms of, 386 Dutch East India Company, its arms, 9, 118, 272, 312,

411

Dutch refugees in London in 1566, 289, 414 Dutton family, 492

Dutton (T. D.) on Irish names in manuscript book, 148 E. (A. J. ) on method of testing cloth, 87