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Notes and Queries, July 26,


INDEX.


541


N. (F.) on Greek trimeter iambics, 67

N. (Fr.) on pins in drinking vessels, 293

N. (Q.) on coat of arms, 447

N. (K. D C.) on Cornhill Magazine ' illustrations, 29

Nairne (Lady), her Jacobite songs, 401, 511

Nang nails : nubbocks, use of the words, 52

Napoleon I. See Bonaparte.

National Anthem : origin of uncovering at the, 109,

212 ; words and music of the, 206 Naval supremacy, Portuguese, 146, 218 Navarino, Codrington and the battle of, 129 Ne Quid Nimis on chronograms, 249 Neale (Erskine), his ' Experiences of a Gaol Chaplain,'

188, 232

New Cross Gate, date of picture of, 28 'New English Dictionary,' notes and additions to,

143, 262, 363, 402, 482 New South Wales, first British subject born in, 206,

272, 291, 351

Newark Abbey, Surrey, cross near, 248 Newbolt (Henry), his ' The Only Son,' 507 Newcastle (Staffs) families, 52 Newspapers: ' Sun ' printed in gold, 1838, 280; at

the coronation of Queen Victoria, 505 Newton (E. E.) on Weeks's Museum, 97 Newton (Sir Isaac) : 'Commercium Epistolicum,' 369,

492

Nietzsche, pronunciation of, 138 Nicholson (J.), his lines on Robert Burns, 185, 374 Nicholson (Thomas Henry), artist, his biography, 63 Nicknames, political, of Chamberlain and Biilow, 186

regimental, 32

Noble (M. E.) on smallest church in England, 431 Nolan (B. M.) on official leaders of the Opposition,

309

Norman (W.) on Sir Edmund Berry Godfrey, 472 Hour of Sunday morning service, 317 Molyneux, 298

Norris (W. G.) on burial service read over a rail, 76 North (P.) on merry England and the Mass, 508 Nosa on last words of Gambetta, 126 Nose, the evolution of a, 445

  • Notes and Queries,' for sale, 60 ; General Indexes,

300 ; in praise of, 425 ; Uneda and other old con- tributors, 426

Nottingham (Lady), her children, 128, 213, 455 Novel on English translations, 368 Novels, keys to, 118 Numidian coins of B.C. 200, 129 Nuttall (J. K.) on Browne family arms, 492 O. (A.. N.) on the Man in the Iron Mask, 417 O.P. riots, description in Lord Campbell's ' Law Re

ports,' 225 Obelisk at St. Peter's, Rome, inscription on, 109, 255


Obituary:

Duckett (Sir George Floyd), Bart., 420

Gardiner (Dr. Samuel Rawson), 180

Kent (Charles), 200

Lee (Dr. F. G.), 100

Madan (Henry George), 20

Reid (A. G.), 60

Oldcastle (Sir John), his descendants, 308, 375 Oliphant (Margaret), 'Chronicles of Carlingford, ' 65 Olive: olivaceous, application of the word, 307, 357, 434


Oliver=a small lift-hammer, origin of the name 127

194, 278, 292 'Oliver and Arthur,' ancient French romance its

literary history, 387, 494 Oliver (H.) on Galley Hall estate, 147 Omar Khayyam queries, 368 Omond (T. S.) on a line of Browning, 276

" Prospicimus modo," 358 Omneity, omniety, its derivation, 127, 194 Opie (Amelia), her novels, 267, 372 Opodeldoc, drug, its definition, 166 Opposition, list of official leaders, 309 Optic or optical glass, 466 Orchestra or orchestre, 1 4 Order of Buffaloes, Koyal Antediluvian, 134 Ornaments, silver, 109 Osborne (N. W. ) on stoning the wren, 108 O'Shaughnessy (Arthur), lyric by, 448 Osorio family, 307, 414, 453 Outrider, use and meaning of the word, 17, 115 Owen on pictorial grammar, 49

St. Anthony, 69

Owens College, Manchester, jubilee of, 266 Oxford (Earl of) and Thomas Watson, 101 Oxford, High Street, carvings in No. 90, 207 Oxford diocesan arms, 68, 192 Oxoniensis on epitaph on an attorney, 345 Oxoniensis (Comestor) on "In an interesting con- dition," 328 Frieze, 383 Rote : By rote, 287 Wych Street, 268

Rossetti's ' Ruggiero and Angelica,' 425 P. (C. O.) on castor-oil plant, 11 P. (F.) on epigram on women, 378

Unknown Fleetwood pedigree, 429 P. (J. B.) on Earl of Cromartie, 171 P. (J. F.) on " In earthly races," 128 P. (L. G.) on Lauderdale family, 247 P. (M.) on apple-tree folk-lore, 169 Bar sinister, 216, 376 Earth mother, 177 Kittens used as charms, 49 Old songs, 388 Olive : olivaceous, 434 Salt folk-lore, 228 P. (R. B.) on Brown family, 352 'Cambridge Confessor,' 204 Chifney (Barker), 329 Davis's (R.) diving engine, 347 Gazetteer, 197 Locomotive and gas, 317

Siddons (Mrs.), house in Upper Baker Street, 354 P. (W. H. W.) on Harriett Powell, 267 Pack=a lewd or low person, 496 Paganism, a survival of, 32 Page (J. T.) on bishops' signatures, 118 Box Barry, 449 Children's affirmations, 375 CLIIL, 196 Comically, 455 Cromwelliana, 484 Darley, a forgotten Irish poet. 377 Dickensiana : phrase of Mrs. Gamp, 515 Dodsley (Robert), 228