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Notes and Queries, July 26, 1902.


INDEX.


545


Ratcliffe (T.) on star-lore, 357 Stoning the wren, 234 Uncovering at the National Anthem, 212 Up wards of, 516

Rather, unique word, 7, 137, 275, 312 Ratlings, meaning and origin of the word, 288, 358 Rayleigh, Essex, court rolls of the honour of, 269 Rayner (R.) on Sobieski Stuarts : "an unsolved mys- tery," 126

Read (F. W.) on endorsement : dorso-ventrality, 212 Reade (A. L.) on Biddulph family of Biddulph, 189

" Say not that he did well," 474 Rede (Sir Richard), Lord Chancellor of Ireland,

1546-8, 484 Reeves (Sir William Conrad), first gentleman of

colour to receive knighthood, 106, 191 Regalia of Japan, 224 Reichel (0. J.) on chalices of wood, 214

Rime on Edward VII., 274 Rene = a small watercourse, 329, 434 Rent paid at a tomb in church, 38 Reverend (Most), Right Reverend, and Very Reve- rend, 126 Reynolds (Sir Joshua), his portrait of Mrs. Carnac,

346, 415

Rhodes (Cecil), his ancestors, 325, 436, 517 Richardson family, 368

Richardson (Mrs. E. M.) on Richardson family, 368 Richmond (Margaret, Countess of), her birthplace, 82 Ridley (W. D.) on pearls a cure for corns, 158 Rime for "publish," 408 Rimes in Moore and Campbell, 488 Rimini (Francesca da), sixteenth- century MS. on, 368 Ritter (O.) on Burns and James Cririe, 183

Pseudo-Burnsian songs, 327 Rivett - Carnac (J. H.) on ' Mrs. Carnac,' by Sir

Joshua Reynolds, 415 Bobbins (A. F.) on Conservative as a political term, 847 Defoe and the St. Vincent eruption of 1718, 461 Giglet, 418

Machine = public coach, 515 New hours of business in the House of Commons

465

Pronunciation of " sea," 413 Stamp collecting, 438 Roberts (K. M.) on "In petto," 58 Roberts (W.) on Cowper and the ' Times,' 47 Romney and Royal Academy, 7 Stowe Missal, 98 Thackeray's early writings, 57 Roberts (W. M.) on Middleton family of Derbyshire

387

.Robinson (J.) on first Christmas card, 56 Robinson (J. R.) on Gambler Detected,' 150 Robinson (W. C.) on Queen Cunegunda, 189 Rolfe (F. W.) on pontifical privileges, 290 Hollo on North Wyke alias Moreton Wyke, 104 "Romans des Douze Pairs," vol. x., 290, 352 Rome, early hotels of, 105, 195 ; discoveries at, 126 Romney (George) and the Royal Academy, 7 Roof- tree, its origin, 108 Roseneath, Isle of, its designation, 128, 215 Ross (O.) on Bristow family, 317 Rossetti (D. G.), lines in his ' Ruggieroand Angelica 425, 476


lote : By rote, etymology of the word, 287 Rotuli Scotia?,' 1814-9, glossary, 29 loumanian language, the study of the, 301 lout, examples of the use of the word, 65, 198, 335 lowe family of Cornwall, 87 Rowe (A. F.) on Rowe of Cornwall, 37 lowe (J. H.) on arms, 293 loyal Academy and George Romney, 7 loyal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes, 134 loyal descendants, 107 loyal household, books on the, 487 Royal personages, their funerals, 89, 196, 267, 395,

495

lubber, as applied to set of games, 345 ludyerd (Sir Benjamin), 1572-1658, 383, 456 lushbury, in Shropshire, ceiling inscription at, 386 Russell (Lady) on St. Omer Convent in the eighteenth

century, 347 Russell (F. A.) on bull-baiting, 255

Pews annexed to houses, 31 Russian and German, gender of nouns in, 445 Rutton (W. L.) on birthplace of Lord Beaconsfield, 15 Carlyle and Scripture, 207 Carlyle on symbols, 27 Marking of memorable London houses, 66 West Bourne, 269, 456 Ruyton-of-the-XI.-Towns, in Shropshire, 449 S. (A.) on Edmund Bolton's ' Nero Caesar,' 1627, 21 Farthing on shorthand, 65

"J. Halls Booke," 322

Sarpi's (Father Paul) ' Letters,' 1693, 81 S. (C. L.) on FitzGerald quotations, 189 S. (G. G.) on 'The Parliament of Criticks,' 388 S. (G. J.) on tobacco, new items, 123 S. (G. S. C.) on flapper, Anglo-Indian slang, 373

Gordon, a place-name, 256 S. (H. A.) on Dumas in England, 248 S. (J. H.) on Commission of Sewers, 77 S. (J. P.) on Montgomery MSS., 297 S. (J. S.) on Marlborough family, 183 S. (N. S. ) on Caxton record price, 245

Chic, 306

Clifford's Inn, 244

First British subject born in New South Wales, 206, 291

First gentleman of colour to receive knighthood, 106

Japanese regalia, 224

Mallet used by Christopher Wren, 346

Pope Leo, 186 S. (R.) on authors of books wanted, 368

Laughton (John), 227

Side- whiskers, 145 S. (W.) onbrod, 163

Crossing the bar, 224

Duels, 175

Five-o'clock tea, when introduced, 482

G.R., 298

Gordon as a Russian surname, 495

Lectern in Durham Cathedral, 875

Santiago penitents, 309

Saulies, 108

Youthful year, 57

S. (W. S.) on Carlyle on symbols, 97 S. (W. T.) on ' Oliver and Arthur,' 387