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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, July 36, 1901.


H. on British epitaphs in Cataluna, 478 Mad as a tup, 237 St. Clement Danes, 137, 252, 394 H. (A. A.) on portraits of Joanna Baillie, 354 H. (A. C.) on Rev. Anthony Warton, 1657, 47

Quant (J.), 486

H. (C.) on royal descendants, 107 H. (C. W.) on Batty, printer, 159, Fleet Street, 208 Hamilton (William Gerard), 177 " Ludi magister," 216 H. (E. M.) on Hulme family, 249 H. (M. J. N.) on Sir Alan de Heyton, 248 H. (0. O.) on Beaulieu as a place-name, 17 " Cissura robarum Wallensium," 168 Commission of Sewers, 77 ' Coronation Order,' 606 Fitz, 153 Johnian pigs, 117 Kenyon's letters, 434 Price of eggs, 147 Seventeenth-century plagiary : ' Vindex Anglicus,

112

Split infinitive, 172 Waterproof clothing, 95 E. (S. C.) on Cellini and Shakespeare, 417 H. (S. H. A.) on Kinborough as female Christian

name, 156

H. ( W. B.) on chess playing : a legend, 512 Coincidences, 405 Coronation incident, 145 Doset Hall, Surrey, 433 Johnson (Dr.), 467 Pews annexed to houses, 31 Ploughing his lonely furrow, 485 St. Heliers, 138

Smallest church in England, 512 Song wanted, 254 'Stray Leaves,' 449 Haines (R.) on Charles Wesley, George Lillo, and

John Home, 313

Haines (Richard), 341

Napoleon's last years, 373

Haines (Richard), 1633-85, farmer and author, 341, 498

Hakatist, political word-coinage, its meaning, 145, 374

Hake (T. St. E.) on 'Aylwin,' 450

Hall (J.), his book, identification of, 322

Halsh, use and meaning of the word, 74

Hambleden, Bucks, birthplace of seventh Earl of

Cardigan, 86

Hambley family of Cornwall, their arms, 189 Hamilton (J. L.) on albino animals, 307

Aquarium cartoons, 428

Hamilton (William Gerard), Wykehamist, 109, 177 Hannicrochemens, its meaning, 165 Hanson (William), epitaph in Cataluna, 326 Hanworth, the manor of, its history, 148, 218 Harben (H. A.) on Buff week, 329

Coronation item : printers wanted, 473 Harper (C. G.) on machine = public coach, 413

Swift's visits to England : "Four Crosses" Inn, 186 Harper (C. G.), his ' The Norwich Road,' 266 Harris (C. S.) on maceron : mucheron, 284

Shirley (Robert), 50

Harris (D. F.) on gates of Caroline Park, Edinburgh, 110 Harrison (H.)on Artlandish, a Low German dialect, 447


Harrison (H.) on Cuckland, 155 Hog, 305

Surnames derived from French towns, 154 Harland-Oxley (W. E.) on pre- Victorian M.P.s, 333 St. Margaret's, Westminster, 181, 242, 303, 382, 463 Westminster city motto, 485 Hartshorne (A.) on stripes on sailors' collars, 347 Harvest bells, 15, 231, 418 Harvey (William) and the circulation of the blood : an

inedited poem, c. 1673, 26 Haseley, Warwick, Easter custom at, 365 Haslam (Charles Junius), 1811-1902, his biography,

144, 251, 391, 496 Hateful, use of the word, 446 Hats worn in the royal presence, 34 Haultmont (M.) on Greek pronunciation, 251, 436 Hawkins (J. G.) on Staunton, Worcestershire, 334 Hawson Oak and its Greek cross, 356 Hay don (N. W. J.) on surnames derived from French

towns, 154

Hayes (J.) on lines attributed to Dr. Johnson, 330, 391 Heartsease, legend of the, 267, 392, 493 Heath (Benjamin and John), Town Clerks of Exeter,

416 Hebb (J. ) on arms of continental cities, 414

Euston Road, 518

Siddons (Mrs.), house in Upper Baker Street, 224

Source of the " Seven Ages," 432

Tennis : origin of the name, 27

Thackeray's residences in London, 508 Hebrews c. 800 B.C., their intellectual condition, 404 Helm (W. H.) on " Two blades of grass," 112 Hems (H.) on Antwerp Cathedral, 352

Burial of a suicide, 96

Chocolate, 489

Crossing knives and forks, 14

Fireplaces in cathedral churches, 216

Freaks of nature, 115

Hawson Oak and its Greek cross, 356

Heath (Benjamin), of Exeter, 416

Heyford Free School, 175

Italian sundial inscription, 127

Movable stocks, 136

Old wooden chest, 517

Parver Alley, 72

Rhodes (Cecil), his ancestors, 325

St. Anthony, 297

St. Bees, 436

Sunflower ornament on crucifix, 235 Henley (W. E.) on R. L. Stevenson, 161 lenry IV., account of the exhumation of, 369, 433 lenry VIII., phrase concerning, 67, 169 ' Hep ! Hep ! " the cry against the Jews, its origin, 96

Heraldry :

Ante-Conquest, 124, 290

Arg., a chevron between three talbots passant sa.,

189

Arg., a chevron sa., 487 Arg., on a bend sa., 290, 492 Arg., on a chevron sa. three crosses patte*e or, 448 Arg., on cross sa., 168, 316, 372 Arg., three talbots passant az., 189 Armorial bearings of railway companies, 409, 514 Arms of continental cities, 308, 414, 472