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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, July 26, 1902.


F. (P. L. N.) on Osorio family, 307

Reaches of the Thames, 367

William the Conqueror's half brothers and sisters,

111

F. (W. G. D.) on birthday cake with candles, a Ger- man custom, 96

Ceiling inscription in Shropshire, 386

First War, the, 389

Locomotive and gas, 118

Married women, arms of, 28

Rime on Edward VII., 52 F. (W. M. J.) on authors wanted, 372

Scotch church in London, 227

Fadge, extended application of its meaning, 7, 116 ' Fairies' Ferry,' translated from the German, 328 Farrer (W.) on field-names, South -West Lancashire,

391

Farthing (Mr.), seventeenth -century teacher of short- hand, 65

Fashion in language, 228, 352, 435 Father Tom on the origin of iSweeny Todd, 477 Fawcett (General Sir William), his family, 368, 457 Feast and the reckoning, old saying, 85, 175 Federer (C. A.) on French novel, 233

Kemp, 225

Rout, 198

Tennis, origin of the name, 238 Fellowes (E. H.) on Hodges family, 209 Female fighters, portraits of, 68, 156, 334 Fenton (Sir Geoffrey), 1539 ?-1608, his parentage, 107,

Ferrar (M.) on fadge, 116

' Fairies' Ferry, The,' 328 " Owl in ivy bush," 157 Smallest church in England, 512 Field-names, South- West Lancashire, 268, 391 Filbert, derivation of the name, 125, 177, 313 Fire on the hearth kept burning, 16, 117 Fireplaces in cathedral churches, 88, 216 Fish wick (H.) on Warren and Clegg, 313 Fitz as a term denoting illegitimacy, 1 53 Fitzgerald (J. R.) on Life,' by Mrs. Barbauld, 134 Limerick, 314 Rout, 198

Warens (Madame de), 369 Fitzpatrick (T.) on Montgomery MSS., 208 Fitzroy (George Henry), fourth Duke of Grafton,

1760-1844, 9, 96

Fitzwilliam (Earl), pre- Victorian M.P., his death, 226 Five o'clock tea, introduction of, 432 Flag, the national, 485

Flapper, Anglo-Indian slang, 266, 373, 455 Fleetwood (Cromwell), grandson of the Protector, his

biography, 285 Fleetwood (Col. George), miniature of, 48, 154, 176,

234, 261, 417 ; his biography and family pedigree,

261, 429, 513 Fletcher (W. G. D. ) on wearing hat in royal presence,

34

Flint-glass trade in the Midlands, 365, 473 Flittings, Irish term for servant-hiring gatherings, 49,

239, 356

Flower (H. H.) on Erskine, 372 Flower name, Jack-in-the-pulpit, 387 Flowering Sunday in South Wales, 508


Floyd (W. C. L.) on Sir George Floyd Duckett, Bart.,

447 ' History of Ayder AH Khan,' 435

Folk-lore:

Apple-tree, 169, 314

Candles and death, 96

Christmas decorations, 86, 217

Crossing knives and forks, 14, 357

Cure by the hand of a corpse, 34

Funeral, 108

Green colour, 234, 490

Pearl buttons as a cure for corns, 10, 158

Perfection in quantity, 325, 436

Pig killing in the wane of the moon, 32

Salt, 228, 352

Snow-feathers, 112, 292

Spider, 449

Star, 227, 357

Toad, 426

Wind, 148, 338, 512

Fontaines (H. de) on Fountain family, 149 Fonte (Admiral), his voyage in ship called Holy

Ghost, 268

Fonts, baptismal, list of, 447 " Foot-cloth nag," its meaning, 69, 233 Foote (Robert), Westminster scholar, 1798, 488 Ford (C. L.) on anagrams, 135

Arrived, 487

Byrom (John), his epigram, 138

Charles V. on different European tongues. 152

Herbert's (G.) ' Flower,' 228

Monosyllables in literary composition, 477

" Prospicimus modo," 34

Spiera (F.), his despair, 491

Stream of tendency, 172 Forshaw (A.) on Seasalter, 417 Forshaw (C. F.) on ' Hosannas to the King,' 408

In praise of Burns, 374

St. Bees, 437

Forster (Capt. S.) to N. Tilson, 1673 : curious his- torical letter, 105

Forster (T.) on Mourning Sunday, 497 Forsyth (William), his ode of welcome to the Princess

Alexandra, 506

Fortescue (Anthony), his biography, 53 Foster (Le Neve), family arms and motto, 168, 316, 372 Fountain family, 149, 498

Fountain-pregnant, use of the term by Tennyson, 28 Frail, etymology and use of the word, 96, 198 Francis (J. C.) on jubilee of 'Leisure Hour,' 3, 24

Newspapers at the time of the coronation of Queen Victoria, 505

Owens College jubilee, 266 Fraser (Simon), Lord Lovat, his trial, 306 Freaks of nature : markings on marble, 115 Frederick II. and Moses Mendelssohn, 185 Friendship, lines on, 328, 390 Frieze, architectural term, its etymology, 383, 510 " From the lone shieling," its authorship, 483 Fry (E. A.) on Commission of Sewers, 76

Le Neve family, 277

Tudor (Lady Mary), 73

Fry (J. D.) on portraits of early Lord Mayors, 173 Fuller (T.), his use of "comically," 285, 370, 455