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Notes and Queries, July 26, 1902.


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MacMichael (J. H.) on Euston Road, 518 " God speed you and the beadle," 12 High-faluting, 176 " Hop the twig," 314 " In an interesting condition," 431 Introduction of trousers, 489 Isle of Dogs, 397 Lupo-mannaro, 476 Machine=public coach, 37 Mallet used by Christopher Wren, 493 Man in the Iron Mask, 417 Mase, 490

Motto for door of house, 56 Pins in drinking vessels, 255 Pins and pincushions, 455 Portraits of female fighters, 334 Rhodes (Cecil), his ancestors, 468 Royal walks, 378 Stone pulpit, 356 Stoning the wren, 234 Tib's Eve, 238 Weeks's Museum, 212 Wind folk-fore, 338

Macphail (E. M.) on inscription on seal, 329 Macray (W. D.) on Inglis MSS. at Oxford, 430 Parish registers, 337 Sheriffs of Staffordshire, 514 Sworn clerks in Chancery before 1765, 512 McTear (J. S.) on " all fours," a Kentish game, 32 Babies in the eyes, 516 Jack= knave, 145 Rubber, 345 Tidal wave, 465

Magdalen College, Oxford, its arms, 241, 330 Maginn and Sheridan, 305

Major (F. M. C.) on "Say not that he did well," 87 Malet (H.) on " Foot-cloth nag," &c , 69 Painted tiles, 9 Satirical coloured prints, 353

Malibran, Black, vocalist, her biography, 367, 390, 494 Mallet or mullet in ' 2 Henry IV.,' Act II. sc. 4, 486 Malvern Priory, discovery in the churchyard, 106 Man in the Iron Mask, 328, 417 Man of Leisure on index-making, 348 Manley (F. E.) on portraits of Joanna Baillie, 432 Manners and customs in Shakespeare's time, 494 Mansell (W. W.), his ' History of Mansell,' 448 Manx Gaelic, 11

Marble, peculiar markings on, 115 Marchant (F. P.) on author and avenger of evil, 22 Birthday cake with candles : a German custom, 96 Duchy of Berwick, 434 Hakatist, 145 Holme of Wearmouth, 129 Laurence family, 290 Paschal : Pascua, 364 Markham (Lord Frederick), in book by Montgomery

Cannichael, 486 Markoe or Marcou family : records of Nevis, St. Eus-

tatius, and Santa Cruz, 87, 198 Marlborough family, 183 Marriage licences, 368, 490

Married women, their title to bear arms, 28, 113, 195 Marsh (Mrs. Anne), her ' Two Old Men's Tales,' 368 Marshall (G.) on " Hop the twig," 315


Marshall (G.) on Laurence family, 517 Minas and Etnpecinados, 349 Taunton (Rev. John), 151 Marshall (J.) on Autograph Cottage, 454 'Gambler Detected,' 150 Portraits wanted, 475 Royal tennis court and Nell Gwyn, 136 Shakespeariana, 342 Tennis, origin of the name, 75, 272 Marshall- To wnshend (R.) on Governor Michael Lam- bert, 268

Marston (R. B.) on pen-name, 72 Martigny Priory, its history, 407 Martin (E. T.) on Kenyon's letters, 248

Poultrell(Hugh), 228 Martin (S.) on Donne's burial, 28

London libraries in the Elizabethan era, 415 Martinengo-Cesaresco (Countess) on Lady Caning*

ton's portrait by Lawrence, 147 Mase, in family name, its origin, 369, 490 Mason (C.) on cock and cryer, 248

Cowlam (Richard and E. Oriel), 267

Denbigh (Countess of), 247

Dutch refugees in London in 1566, 414

East India badge, 312

King and Peyton duel, 347

Marriage licences, 368

Mass and merry England, sixteenth-century saying, 508 Massagetea and the Celts, 228 Masson (A.) on Euston Road, 427 Mathews family of Truro, 229, 386 Matthews (A.) on meresteads or mesesteada, 437 Matthews (J. H.) on anchoress in the land of Leodium, 516

Architect's name wanted, 133

Arms of continental cities, 414

Arms of married women, 195

Cerney Manor, Cirencester, 517

Confessionals, 153

Cossen or Cosen, 111

Downie's slaughter, 474

Duke, 455

Frail, 198

Freaks of nature, 115

Gwyneth, 479

Heraldry before the Conquest, 291

Herrick : silver-pence, 178

Inquests, 475

Isle of Roseneath, 215

Italian sundial inscription, 313

Marriage licences, 490

Mase, 490

Mathews of Truro, 229

Morgan (Sir Thomas), of Arkstone, 158

" Odour of sanctity," 54

Old charm, 158

Oldest borough in England, 237

Parish registers, their care and protection, 337

St. Briavel, 193

St. Patrick, 396

St. Teilo, 96

Satirical coloured prints, 269

Staunton, Worcestershire, 92, 170

Sworn clerks in Chancery before 1765, 512

Week-end, 476