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Bookshelves, best, 145

Buckingham Palace, " The Queen's Palace," 108
Boswell (R. B.) on “Exceptio probat regulam,” 409 Bullen (M. W.) on Girton court rolls, 128
Both, with a verb singular, 85

Bullets, golden, 12
Bouchier (J.) on Ariosto and the British nobility, 445 Bunratty, co. Clare, its siege, 113, 374
Bells, voices in, 52

Burial by torchlight, 226, 338, 455
Brouette, its meaning, 27

Burion (C.) on England described by foreigners, 347
Cephisus and the Ilissus, 303

Inscriptions on poor-boxes, 228
Children's Garland,' 135

Macaroni Latin, 449
Death, its cause, 355

‘Notes and Queries,' German, 492
Editors, their reputation, 276, 393

Steinfeld, 89
Eke-names, parish, 132

Vienna press and Louis XVI., 324
Horses, wild, 172

Burke (Edmund) and Catherine Macaulay, 113
Kingsley (C.), his last lines, 372

Burns (Robert), pictures founded on his poems, 11,
Language, accurate, 310

196 ; portraits, 29, 95, 151
Moore (Nelly), 15

Burton (John), antiquary and physician, 225
Newton (John), 250

Busby, its origin, 31, 171, 374
Parodies, foreign, 108

Butchers'-leap, Shrove Tuesday custom, 368
Primrose, cowslip, and oxlip, in French, 245 Butler (J. D.) on “Brouette," 251
Scott (Sir W.) as a “quotable” poet, 184

Eyes, glass, 108
Shakspeare (W.), French critic

on,
158

Hinde (Joseph), 268
Sonnet, sonnets on, 98

“Quot linguas calles," 66
Sugar-plums, 407

Silver in bells, 432
Whitechapel needles, 138

Trumbull (John), 398
Bourke (Theobald, third Viscount), his wife, 307, 337 Virtues, cardinal, 385
Bow Street runners, 325

Butler (W.) on D. Angelo, 187
Bowes (Sir Jerome) at the Russian Court, 250
Bowles (G.) on Kimbolton Castle, 152

C
Tennyson (Lord), 147

C. on Alice Fitz Alan, 316
Bracebridge Hall, its original, 273, 412

Jacobite not Willian.ite, 307
Bradbury (R. T.) on Poems by Two Brothers,' 326 Wiggin, its meaning, 317
Tennyson (Lord), lines by, 294

C. (B. L. R.) on Robert, Duke of Normandy, 408.
Bradford (Benjamin), of Charmouth, his monument, 108 C. (C. W.) on Shakspeariana, 284
Bradford (J. G.) on Benjamin Bradford, 108

C. (E. W.) on Eliza's Choice,' 188
Bradley (H.) on “Fargood,” 347

House=living room, 449
Brains in one's belly, 387

C. (F.) on “Lucy of Leinster," 109
Brandy called “fine Champagne,” 265, 396

C. (G. E.) on Sir John Mennes, 256
Brasses in churches, their preservation, 26, 117, 153 C. (J.) on Moreton family, 7
Brawn, celebrated cook, 68

Vayne Castle, 76
Bray, its vicar in 1715, 206, 278

C. (J. J.) on Duke of Leeds, 318
Brent Hill saying, 209, 433

Zouch (Thomas and Henry), 198
Brewer (E. C.) on “ Availed of,” 35

C. (T. W.) on river Blackwater, 328
Bone=steal, 32

Cadwallader and his goats, 78
Brent Hill saying, 433

Cæsar (Julius), his sword, 118
"Gee! Wo!" 55

Calder (A.) on followers of Bruce, 86
“Ventre-saint-gris," 354

Rose family of Kilravock, 142, 393
Zolaesque, new word, 115, 411

Calvinism, rhyme on, 428, 475
Brian Boroimhe, King of Ireland, bis pedigree, 327 Campbell (Sir Roger), 109
Bridge and culvert, their difference, 248, 376, 418 Campion (Miss), her biography, 68
Brighton, history in pottery at, 43, 61

Campvire Church, Holland, 411
Briscoe (J. P.) on "Sing old Rose,” 77

“Canary bird,” an opprobrious term, 395, 472
Bronze, how to darken, 69, 138

Capital punishment in France, 148
Brooke (Sir Basil), knights of the name, 487

Caraccioli's Chapel, its locality, 87, 157
Brooke (R.) on hippodrome in London, 133

Cardinal virtues. See Virtues.
Brooks (W.) on " Arbatel,” 114

Carlyle (Thomas) and Tennyson, 367
Brouette, its meaning, 27, 70, 251

Carte (Thomas), bis biography, 417
Brown (J. R.) on Ambrose Gwinett, 56

Carter (Matt.), his True Relation,' 229
Browne family of the Neale, co. Mayo, 168

Cass (C. W.) on Copplestone family, 134
Browne (J. C.) on Browne family of the Neale, 168 Fermor (Arabella), 212
Brownlow (E. B.) on Shakspeariana, 102

John of Gaunt, 231, 431
Bruce (Robert), his followers, 86, 171

Lady of the Bedchamber, 355
Bruggencate (K. ten) on “Duologue,” 497

M.A., "commenced,” 57
Longfellow (H.), his ‘Silent Land,' 130

“Man convinced against his will," 168
Brummagem, earliest use of the word, 106

Member of Parliament, 173
Bruton (Wrey Chichester), last Plantagenet, 166, 193 Vole, its etymology, 274
Bucketing in 1659, 33

Castle, heraldic, 347, 474

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Catalani (Angelica), her biography, 113, 211, 272 Church brasses, their preservation, 26, 117, 153 :
Catalogue of booksellers' catalogues, 208, 295 Church houses, their use and purpose, 58, 216
Cattle-creep, its meaning, 151

Church Minshull, its old records, 122
Cave-Browne (J.) on St. Grasinus, 107

Church Patronage Trust, 428
Celer et Audax on Romans in Britain, 234

Churches, miserere carvings in, 14, 78 ; abbey, or
Celtic language, its pronunciation, 247, 346

double, 188, 257, 349, 378, 451; Bachelors' Door
• Cene,' book called, 228, 314

in, 208, 296
Centenarian foxhunter, 66

Civis on article in periodical, 312
Centre, misuse of the word, 286

Clan badges, 328
Centurion, Roman, bis costume and arms, 87, 157 Clark (C. E. E.) on

Jingo,” 228
Centurion, ship, its lion-head, 144

Clark's Alley, Bankside, 336
Cephisus and the Ilissus, 303, 396, 477

Clarke (G. H.) on an epitaph, 428
Chadwick (H.) on old mulberry tree, 77

Clarke (Hyde) on imported grammar, 186
Chair, sedan, 54, 214, 333

History, its decay, 124
Chålet, its etymology, 68, 114

Lavington family, 412
Chalk to score, 36

Liston (John), 216
Chalks : Long chalks, 33

Scio, massacre at, 492
Chamberlayne (W. J.) on 'Imitatio Christi,' 92

Swan, silver, 438
• Chambers's London Journal,' its career, 128, 234 Claye (General), his biography, 307
Champagne, fine=best brandy, 265, 396

Claypool (E. A.) on Claypoole family, 29
Chance (F.) on Abbé or Abbot, 375

Claypoole family, 29, 137
“Bolt from the blue," 345

Clevedon and the poets, 324
Champagne, “fine," 265

Clicking-time=twilight, 468
Chesney family, 490

Clifford's Inn, Chancery Lane, 265
Duologue, new word, 406

Clim on Lavington family, 287
“ Grass-widow," 426

Storace (Stephen), 348
Henchman, its etymology, 389

Clinton (A.) on Úrian, Christian name, 311
Influenza, its derivation, 186

Clocks, voices in, 52
Italian idiom, 290

Close (S. C. L.) on heraldic queries, 129
Jack or Jock=James, 121

Clulow (G.) on John Cutts, 217
Telepathic obsession,” 384

Mortimer (J. H.), 428
Chandler families, 168, 217

Cobbler, American, quoted, 216, 394
Chandler (J.) on Chandler families, 168

Cochrane (B. A.) on massacre of Scio, 430
Chantrey (Sir Francis), his bronze razor, 105 ; mar. Cod fish, its price in 1824, 324

Coffee, early references to, 248, 274
Chapel and devil, 193

Cogers' Hall, 346, 494
Charles II. and the Royal Society, 234, 377, 497 Coins, leather, 36, 97; one pound Scots, 1560, 348, 435
Charters (Col. F.), his biography, 34, 117, 192, 417, 492 Colbeck (R.) on Monk family, 47
Chatham (Earl of) and the Letters of Junius, 189, 331 Cole (Christian), British Consul at Venice, 329
Chaucer (Geoffrey), his “Stilbon,” 126, 249, 293, 432, Cole (E.) on Mrs. Sarah Siddons, 397

453 ; his marriage, 247, 355, 392, 473; phrases Waite (George), 298
illustrated in Leet Jurisdiction in Norwich,' 366 ; Colebrooke (John), Consul at Cadiz, 448
his pilgrimage, 395

Coleman (E. H.) on Carlo Albacini, 495
Chelsea coffee-house in 1717, 128, 235

Blow family, 57
Cherry stone, Nuremberg Collection, 225

Busby, its origin, 32
Chesney family and name, 58, 135, 214, 296, 336, 490 Camel proverb, 118
Chester called Westchester, 346, 492

City Companies, 13, 18
Chesterford, Great, its church tower, 368

Dress in 1784, 196
Chestnut, its botanic name, 385

Dunkirk, superstition at, 264
Chevron on “ Babies in the eyes,” 475

Engines with paddles, 1699, 438
“Curse of Scotland,” 453

Gem folk-lore, 313
Cheyne (Viscounts), first and second, 453

Gloves and kisses, 18
Chinese or Cornish ? 426

“He that runs may read,” 92
Chope (R. P.) on “Cross-purposes,” 275

Highdown Hill, miller's tomb on, 225
Deeds, rhymed, 353

Highness, Serene, 478
“Saller mony,” 408

Hippodrome in London, 133
Chouse, origin of the word, 425

Holy Trinity, Minories, 499
Christ, White," origin of the phrase, 307, 378

Hoppus (E.), 358
Christ Cross alphabet, 80, 428

Irish acre, 195
Christ (Jesus), relics, 169, 297

Isham (George), 16
Christian Era, its beginning, 465

Jennens : Jarndyce, 97
Christian names, Belinda, 66, 225; James and Jock Joan of Arc, 432
or Jack, 121 ; Urian, 169, 311

Lewis (Charles George), 419
Christie (R. C.) on Ana : Bibliographical, 92

Mandragora, 498
Chudleigh (Sir George), third baronet, 308

Margate, grotto at 96

riage, 446

Index Supplement to the Notes and
Queries, with

89, July 22, 1893

Coleman (E. H.) on Robert M. Martin, 477

Cowper (William), his 'Castaway,' 107, 153; first
Memory, lost, 475

publication of ‘John Gilpin,' 363
Palmer (John), 133

Cows, Devonshire, 185
Rose, damask, 150

Cowslade (F.) on Smart's 'Song to David,' 156
St. Clement's Day, 94

Cowslip, its French equivalent, 245, 291
St. Thomas's Day, 94

Cozens (Z.), his biography, 8, 94, 196, 454
Scots Greys, Royal, 36

Craggs (James), his family papers, 367, 396
Siddons (Mrs.), 397

Crank, not an Americanism, 53, 132, 197
Snob=cobbler, 479

Crayton (E, S.) on John Goddard, 268
Spinning, old English, 4111

Criss-cross A B C, 80, 428
Straw tied to street-door, 327

Criticism, the “new,” 164
Swift (Jonathan), Aldine edition, 115

Crockery, quotations for, 146, 238
Trees, oldest, 311

Crocodile=schoolgirls walking, 127, 256
Wedding wreaths, 332

Croke (J. O'B.) on Cowper's Castaway, 107, 153
“While away,” 192

Croly (Rev. George), LL.D., his biography, 32, 216
Witchcraft in nineteenth century, 446

Cromwell family, 448
Woffington (Peg), her almshouses, 216

Cromwell (Oliver), bis hat, 325
Coleridge (8. T.), on transcendental knowledge, 64, Crosby (Sir Warain), his biography, 328
138; cottage at Clevedon, 324

Crosier, wrong use of the word, 485
Coliar-holder, manorial tenant, 149, 256

Cross Crosslet on Margaret Smith, 275
Collier (C. V.) on abbey churches, 258, 451

Crossbows cruel, 17
St. Citha, 12

Cross-purposes, a game, 27, 71, 275, 374
Collings family and motto, 68, 154

Crouch (William), mezzotint portrait, 448
Collingwood (E.) on Cromwell: Smith : Ash, 448 Crow, popular use of the word, 367, 396, 457
Collins (Joseph), his ‘Good Devil of Woodstock,' 168, Croydon sanguine, its meaning, 87, 175
256

Cruelty, its mediæval etymology, 388
Collins (Mortimer), lines on Tennyson, 7, 78

Crux=puzzle or difficulty, 146
Collinson (J.) on etymology of cruelty, 388

Cudham parish church, Kent, 145, 212
Dover slave market, 109

Cue: “To take one's cue,” 187, 254
London, vanishing, 446

Culleton (L.) on heraldic queries, 417, 455
Owen (Robert) and the Queen, 128

Onslow (Arthur), 258
Ripon spurs, 146

Seal, heraldic, 238
Vaccination, Hindoo 277

Trumbull (John), 98, 255
Verbosity, prolix, 107

Waller (Anne), 55
Collis (C. H.) on accurate language, 196

Culvert and bridge, their difference, 248, 376, 418
Com. Linc, on Titus Oates, 254

Cumberland wills, 438
Commines (Philip de), bibliography, 247

Curation, its meaning, 308, 458
Commonplace book, seventeenth century, 163, 212, 335 Curran (John Philpot) and Overbury, 68
Commons House of Parliament, its “ Fathers," 34; "Curse of Scotland,” 367, 398, 416, 453

wearing of hats in, 87; origin of “Member of Par- Curtis (Alderman), his cockney riddles, 185, 295

liament,” 88, 173, 496 ; royal veto, 369, 394, 456 Cutts (John), his biography, 29, 152, 217
Commonwealth, lodgings under, 488

“Cynegan's Feast,” story of, 248
Condés, death of the last, 30, 190
Confessor, its meaning, 6, 152

D
Conner (P. S. P.) on siege of Bunratty, 113

D. on “ Brouette," 70
Consanguineus Regis,” the title, 58

Lodgers under the Commonwealth, 488
Constantinople, Englishmen who died at, 1640–50, 247 Veto, royal, 394
Constantius II., Emperor of Rome, 388, 495

Whitechapel needles, 86
Continental Congress, its first secretary, 180, 392 D. (A.) on Enfield and Edmonton, 347
Cooke (W.) on "Festum Patefactionis,” 57

D. (E. H.) on Walter Long, 356
Cope family, baronets, 187

D. (F.) on Bird family, 229
Copies,“ large and small paper," 128, 237

D. (H.) on how to darken bronze, 138
Copplestone family, 47, 134

Dacre (Francis Lennard, fourteenth Lord), 65
Cordeaux (J.) on derivation of stoat, 417

Dagon and “stump of Dagon,” 365
Cornish or Chinese ? 426

Dallas (J.) on “While away,” 276
Corry (Sir Trevor), his biography, 167, 334

Dallom-Lee, its locality, 308
Corvinus MSS., 148

Dalton (W. H.) on " He that runs may read," 218
Costard (Rev. George), astronomical writer, 186 Damask rose, whence imported, 88, 149, 339
Counsel, their gowns, 127, 193, 312, 436

Dammer=stun, 149, 330
Counties, Scotch, their origin, 229, 331, 415

Darlington (0. A.) on “Commenced M.A.," 494
“ Cousin Betty,” its meaning, 228, 338

Dartnell (G. E.) on plainness versus beauty, 133
Cowan (J. E.) on Latin translation wanted, 48

Tennyson (Lord) and “The Gem,'93
Cowper (J. M.) on Stephen Gosson, 346

Davies (Sneyd), D.D., his baptism, 264
Gostling family, 379

Davies (T. L. O.) on “Notchell,” 98
Tolny or Udny, 358

Davies (W. W., on river Blackwater, 453

on,

Davies (W. W.) on flowers on graves, 165

Downing (Sir George) and Charles II., 39, 95
Tennyson (Lord) and The Gem,' 57

Drake (H. H.) on Junius's Letters, 189
Whittier (J. G.), verses by, 56

Draughts, invention of the game, 186, 257
Davis (M. D.) on Solomon C. Eveske, 486

Dress in 1784, 129, 196
Manuscript, recovered, 406

Drummond-Milliken on Chelsea coffee house, 128
Daws (Sophy), her biography, 30, 190

Drury (C.) on cause of death, 76
Days, their names as surnames, 93

Lachrymatory, profuse, 127
De Albiniaco family, 268

Palmer (John), 87
Death, its causes in effigy, 76, 154, 275, 355 Duel between Duke of Buckingham and Earl of
Decalogue upon medieval diptycbs, 8, 116, 150 Shrewsbury, 347, 378, 491
Deedes (C.) on Mount Alvernus, 198

Dumble, its derivation, 447, 497
Morant (P.), his 'Essex,' 59

Dunheved on British Knight Errant,' 469
Ralegh (Sir Walter), unpublished letters, 481 Burial by torchlight, 226
Deeds, rhymed, 147, 233, 353

*Cene,' book called, 228
Dees (R. R.) on Pratt family, 158

Cornish or Chinese? 426
Sterne (Laurence), 205

Fonts, octagonal, 455
Defoe (Daniel), monument in Bunhill Fields, 37 ; Dunkirk, superstition at, 264
new 'Life,'91

Dunn (C.) on Tumbler=drinking glass, 168
Denis (T. A.) on Capt. Rush, 348

Dunstan House, Berks, its history, 128
Denmark, its royal family, 441, 483

Duologue, a new word, 406, 497
Denton MSS., 126, 215

Dürer (Albert), his 'Harrowing of Hell,' 215
Derby (James, seventh Earl of), French memoir, 246 Durham (Capt. Hercules), 409
Dering family, 114

Dustman, introduction of the word, 146, 238
Derivation, mistaken, 46, 91

Dutch nightingale=frog, 13
Devil and chapel, 193

Dyer (A. S.) on lines on Tennyson, 78
Devil's books=playing cards, 75
Devizes, its etymology, 449
Devonshire cows, 185

E. on Chronicles of Eri,' 489
Dibdin (Charles), his 'True Courage,' 307, 375, 438 Pentelow family, 109
Dibdin (Rev. T. F.) and the 'Lincoln Nosegay,' 406 E. (A.) on arms in the Lady Chapel, Ely, 287
Dice, false, in Elizabethan times, 427

E. (C.) on camel proverb, 118
Dicken (Joseph), of Birmingham, short cutler, 247 Walker (George), 52
Dickens (Charles), Jarndyce in ‘Bleak House,' 24, 97 E. (H. L. D.) on George Engleheart, 47
Dictionary of compound words, 167, 257

E. (J. P.) on Dover slave trade, 253
* Dictionary of National Biography,' notes and correc. E. (K. P, D.) on Charles Lamb, 132
tions, 183

“Nomenclator Navalis," 429
Dignities hereditary created, not made, 246

St. Grasinus, 199
Dimanche de Quasimodo=first Sundáy after Easter, Wesley (John), 94
409, 437

Earwaker (J. P.) on James, seventh Earl of Derby, 246
Disease and the germ theory, 225

Funeral by women, 185
Disraeli (Benjamin), bibliography. See Lord Beacons- East Drayton, Notts, belfry custom at, 462
field,

East India Company's register, 157, 299
Divining rod in 1893, 107

Eavesdropper, origin of the word, 485
Dixon (J.) on ‘Austrian Army,' 94

Eclipses, Phlegon's, 144 ; Sept. 3rd, B.C. 404, 204 ;
“Bolt from the blue,” 458

Aug. 14, B.O. 394, 269
Croydon sanguine, 175

Edenhall, Luck of, 125, 176, 276
Dustman, introduction of the word, 238

Edgcumbe (R.) on Angelica Catalani, 211
Eyes, glass, 211

Houses, unlucky, 224
Zoo=Zoological Gardens, 6

Körner (Theodor), 309
Doctor by royal mandate, 145, 217

Waite, dentist, 228
Dodwell and Vaughan families, 477

Writing, rapid, 246
Dollar on “ Crank,” 132

Editorial note, curious, 106
M.A., "commenced," 252

Editors, their former reputation, 186, 276, 893
“ What cheer?” 237

Edmonton, its history, 347, 458, 492
Domus Conversorum, 209, 316, 374, 493

Education, self, 387
Dore (J. R.) on New Testament of October 27, 1548, Edward VI., his grammar schools, 66
306

Effigies on portraits of Burns, 95
Testament, unknown, 286

Ehrenberg (C. G.) and bacteriology, 384
Tyndale (W.), his New Testament, 456

Eke-names, parish, 46, 132, 251
Dorothy,' poem, 72, 133

Eland (William), his biography, 48, 250
Dorset marriage licences, 7

Elections, polls at, before 1832, 63, 301, 463
Douglas (Lord Robert), his death, 347, 397

Eliot (George), her poetry, 307, 352, 476
Dover, slave market at, 109, 253, 373

Eliza's Choice,' a poem, 188
Dowling (A. E. P. R.) on “ Tommy at Tub's grave," Elizabeth (Queen) and Mary, Queen of Scots, 242,
389

281, 344, 403

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pass this

Ellis (A. S.) on Tennysons and Abp. Tenison, 21 F. (J. J.) on eyot at Shepperton, 285
Elworthy (F. T.) on bridge and culvert, 377

F. (J. T.) on marine animals in northern latitudes,
“Sing old Rose,” 256

469
Thorn, holy, 255

Bachelors' Door, 208
Ely, arms in the Lady Chapel, 287

Crosier of an archbishop, 485
Enfield, its history, 347, 458, 492

Death, its cause, 355
Engendrure, use of the word, 384, 437, 451

Deeds, rhymed, 233
Engines with paddles, A.D. 1699, 388, 438

Monastic rules, 435
England, metrical histories of, 152; as described by Pie : Tart, 116
foreigners, 347

Reeds for writing, 375
Engleheart (George), miniatures by, 47, 97

Ripon Minster, customs at, 447
Enquirer on old copper seal, 348

St. Cuthbert, 155
Epigram

Salisbury Missal, 56, 114
Luttrell (Col. Henry), 114

Spurn-point, its meaning, 428
Epiphany offerings, 347, 435, 495

Turnbrigg in Yorkshire, 339
Episcopal signatures, 449

Vaccination, 374

Wales (Edward, Prince of), letter, 166
Epitaphs :-

F. (R. A.) on Princess Anne's Horse, 74
A pale consumption gave the fatal blow," 155 Church houses, 58
" All

ye
that
way along,” 145, 212

Sheppard (Sir James), 208
Children's, 387, 498

F. (S. J. A.) on “ Dumble," 497
“Farewell Parents dear,” in Lanivet Churcb, 498 F. (W.) on Altar=Communion table, 168
“We were not slayne but raysed,” 428

Junius's Letters, 190
Era, Christian, its beginning, 465

Violet and Bonaparte, 338
Erowhile, use of the word, 407

F. (W. J.) on unlucky houses, 278
Ernst (C. W.) on American cobbler, 216

Martin (Robert Montgomery), 408
Longfellow (H. W.), his ‘Silent Land,' 131

Thorn, boly, 378
Neale (Thomas), 67

Fair=light-complexioned, 113
Palfrey and post, 226

Fairman family of Linsted and Teynham, Kent, 329
Post, penny, 158

395
" What cheer?” 236

Fairs, their decadence, 72
Essex county history. See Morant.

Falstaff (Sir John), Balzac on, 425
Este on catalogue of booksellers' catalogues, 295 Fargood, its meaning, 347
Edward VI., his grammar schools, 66

Farren (William), comedian, 307
Events, five astounding, 233

Fate, synonym of destiny, 264
Mulberry tree, old, 76

Fathers of the House of Commons, 34
Shakspearian relics, 452

Feilding-Kane (F. W.) on Brigadier-General W.
Water mill, 116

Philipps, 427
“While away,” 192

Fellowship-Porters, old civic institution, 266
Eucharist buried with people, 188, 278

Felons, their goods, 1619, 144
Evan and Evans, Welsh names, 118, 336, 478 Fenton (G. L.) on altar, 398
Evance (Sir Stephen), his pedigree, 469

Clevedon and the poets, 324
Evans (Mary Ann). See George Eliot.

Knowledge, transcendental, 138
Evans (Samuel), rector of Brown Candover, 405, 495 Omerifican, its meaning, 127
Events, five astounding predicted, 85, 171, 233

Parker (Abp.), his consecration, 126
Everitt (A. T.) on De Albiniaco : Albini, 268

• Phenix' and 'Phønix,' 228
Sturton (Charles, Lord), 314

Fèret (C. J.) on “ Dumble,” 497
Eveske (Solomon C.), Close Roll entry, 486

Enfield and Edmonton, 459
Ex Stirpe Plantagenetarum on John of Gaunt, 109 Grove House, Fulham, 449
Exchequer records, 421, 461

“Little Sussex," Fulham, 447
Ey Abbey, its locality, 129, 253

Rumbold family, 488
Eyes, glass, their invention, 108, 211

Sussex House, Fulham, 468
Eyles (E.) on Claypoole family, 138

Fermor (Arabella), her family, 128, 212, 271, 458
Eztakit on Gaelic words, 47, 277

Ferrers (Hawisia de), her family, 429, 497

Festum Patefactionis,” 15, 57
F

Feuchères (Madame de). See Sophy Daws.
F, double, its origin as an initial, 24; misprinted, 36 Filshie surname, Scotch, 288
F. (C. S.) on Z. Cozens, 8

Fimble, its meaning, 427
F. (F.J.) on brains in one's belly, 387

Fire by rubbing sticks, 15, 75
Chaucer (G.), his pilgrimage, 395

Fire of London and the City Companies, 126
Cod, its price in 1824, 324

Fishwick (H.) on octagonal fonts, 227
Hyde Park in 1824, 325

Tunstall (Bryan), 212
Republic of letters,” 247

Fitch (E. A.) on Morant's 'Essex,' 117
"What cheer?” 66

Fitz Alan (Alice), her parentage, 74, 316, 378
F. (J. J.) on bookshelves, 145

Fitz-Gerald (S. J. A.) on W. H. Murray, 195

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