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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, July 26,1902.


Lewis (J. P.) on Godfrey (Sir Edmund Berry), 332- Gwyneth, 109, 319 Irish in Pembrokeshire, 77 Mourning Sunday, 366 Tintagel, 194

Librarian on post-fine, 316

Libraries, London, in the Elizabethan era, 329, 414 Licences, marriage, 368, 490 Lillo (George), C. Wesley, and J. Home, 51, 313 Limberbam, Wycherley's use of the word, 227 Limerick, use of the word for nonsense verse, 188, 314 Line. (Com.) on hour of Sunday morning service, 155 Linen, marks on table, 427 Linkumfiddle, American word, 355 Litchfield (R. B.) on " Ce n'est que le premier pas qui

coute," 165

'Litttle Picture Bible,' its date, 29 " Little Willie," prayer, 268 Llanrhidian Lower, epitaph at, 29 Lloyd (LI. ) on geographical puzzle, 245

Motto for door of house, 56 Llyn Coblynau : Knockers' Llyn, 229, 353 Lobuc on arms of Dutch East India Company, 272 Coke (Sir E.) in the Tower, 469 Heroina, 509 Rather, 137

Somerset (Protector Duke of), his widow, 148 Stutevile (Sir Martin), 129 Locomotive and gas, 118, 317, 372 Locrinides on Oxford diocesan arms, 192 Lodge (E.), copies of his ' Earls of Kildare,' 468 Loesche (Dr.) on quotations, 268 Logan (John), Michael Bruce, and Robert Burns, 95,

209, 309, 414, 469, 512 Lomax(E.)on Napoleon and the Temple, 308 London, Musicians' Company of the City of, 9, i75 London, vanishing : Christ's'Hospital, 231, 251, 337 London coffee-houses and taverns, 72 London houses, the marking of memorable, 66 London libraries in the Elizabethan era, 329, 414 London Library Catalogue, queries in, 167 London M.P.s, seventeenth-century, 75 Londres (W. de), earliest mention of, 35, 151, 295, 515 Longman (Miss E. D.) on pins and pincushions, 209 Lord Mayors, early, portraits of, 173, 232, 412, 458 Lord Mayors' " Pageants," authorship of, 68, 216 Louis Philippe and family at the "Star and Garter,"

Richmond, 129, 195 Lovat (Lord), his trial, 306 Loveday (J. E. T.) on George Sandys, 305 Lowndes (C.) on Lowndes motto, 57 Lowndes motto, "Ways and Means," 10, 57 Lucas (F. G. L.) on Ashstead, Surrey, 188 Lucas (P. D.) on portraits wanted, 475 Lucas (R.) on "With affection beaming," 87 Lucis on Antwerp Cathedral, 289 Arms of continental cities, 308 Chess playing : a legend, 248, 398 Luck (E. J.) on merchants of Lukes, 35 Ludi Magister, meaning and use, 86, 216 Luk or Lukes, merchants of, in England, 35, 56 Lumbroso (Baron A.) on Ulisse Barbieri, 236 French novel, 233 Portuguese naval supremacy, 219 Lupo-mannaro, peculiar form of madness, 329, 476


Lurden, origin of the word, 185, 235

Lyly (Peter), a dignitary of Canterbury, 73

Lynn (W. T.) on alleged eclipse at the death of Queen

Anne, 346 Amazon, 165 Annunciation, 387 1 Burial of Sir John Moore,' 83 Egmont and the 'Encyclopaedia Britannica,' 184 Filbert, 125 Leman Sand, 226 Melitene, battle of, 266 " Only too thankful," 370 Whitsunday, 1593, 453 M. on week, 147

M. (C. C.) on Wimpole Street eighty-five years ago, 85 M. (E. A.) on Sweet Richard,' 168 M. (F. ) on American words, 355 M. (F. C.) on Sir Francis Wronghead, 448 M. (G. A.) on eulogies of the Bible by Huxleyjand

Darwin, 328

'Life,' by Mrs. Barbauld, 134 M. (H. A. St. J.) on rout, 198 M. (H. W.) on the mitre, 174 M. (L. A.) on eulogies of the Bible by Huxley and

Darwin, 432 M. (N.) & A. on compulsory costume for Jews and

Christians, 157 Descent of the Tsar, 169 Spider poison, 449 Toad folk-lore, 426 M. (S.) on Italian quotations, 229 M.P.8, last of the pre- Victorian, 226, 333, 378 Maas (Dr. Max) on Petosiris and Ptolemy, 51 Shorthand in the third century, 446 Titian's ' Sacred and Profane Love,' 168 Macaco, its etymology, 25

Macaulay (Lord), and Hannah More, 306 ; errors in German translation of his essay on Frederick the Great, 405, 517 Macaw, its etymology, 25 MacCarthy (J.) on Queen Candace, 321, 353 Greek epigram, 273, 331 Source of the " Seven Ages," 298 MacDonald (A. M.)on Michael Bruce and Burns, 211 Macdonald (Major)=Miss Macdonald, a cousin, 448 Maceron, mucheron, its meaning, 284 McG. (J.) on Latin sentence misspelt, 289 McGovern (J. B.) on analogous titles of books, 468 Barbieri (Ulisse), 149 Birthplace of Lord Beaconsfield, 297 Napoleon's last years, 275 Machine=public coach, 37, 116, 413, 515 MacMichael (J. H.) on " All Cooper's ducks with me,"

298

Apple-tree folk-lore, 314 " As mad as a tup," 98 Babies in the eyes, 516 Ball's Pond Road, North London, 156 Bore or boar and other fashionable slang, 152 Bricks, 196

Bucks and Good Fellows in 1778, 443 Cerney Manor, Cirencester, 517 Chocolate, 213, 488 Delagoa and Algoa, 371 English gladiators, 453