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Queries,

with No, 290, July 18, 1891.

INDEX

SEVENTH SERIES.-VOL. XI.

[For classified articles, see ANONYMOUS WORKS, BIBLIOGRAPHY, BOOKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED, EPIGRAMS, EPITAPHS,

FOLK-LORE, HERALDRY, PROVERBS AND PHRASES, QUOTATIONS, SHAKSPEARIANA, and SONGS AND BALLADS.]

see,

A. (G. B.) on dumb borsholder, 98
A. (T. S.) on Tilsit secret articles, 127
“ About An Age Ago," alliterative poem, 140
Adams family of Beaulieu, Hants, 169
Adam-scriveners, 149
Adders swallowing their young, 288
Addison family, 247, 337
Addison (Joseph), his wife, 36, 72
Addy (S. o.) on Egerton surname, 295, 413
Adverbs misplaced, 188, 273
Æsop's Fables, Persian analogue of one, 202
Affidavited, use of the word, 306
Africa and India, populations compared, 268, 372
Ager family of Broseley, Shropshire, 428
Agricultural riots, 1830, 47, 132
Aholibamah, Christian name, 46
Alger (J. G.) on David Elginbrod, 417

Louis XV., his Republican son, 430
Algerine pirates employed by English Royalists, 128
Alice (Abbess), temp. King John, 229
Aliquis on Quittance of murder,” 307
* Alla Giornata,' 185, 351, 516
Allen (Mr.), “ Famous," 467
Allison (J. W.) on an old custom, 166

Dominicans, bearded, 267
Flash, slang word, 35

Hodening horse, 254
Alpha on Dame Rebecca Berry, 190
Alphabet in church, 134
Anber, superstition about, 27, 98
Ambrose (Rev. Joshua), Vicar of Childwall, 268, 375
Amymander, origin of the word, 308
Anathema cups, 447
Andelinda, Christian name, 266
Anderson (J. G.) on George Sand, 17
Andrew (W. J.) on Kingston's Light Horse, 248

Maud (Empress), 9
Andrews (W.) on executions at Kingston, 44
Angelo (Michael), article on, 46, 112
Anglo-Saxon personal names, 227, 352, 376
Anglo-Saxon royal family, 103
Anglo-Spanish Legion, its records, 447
Angus family name, 508
Angus (G.) on armorial bearings, 91

Cross, chrism, 513
Dominicans, bearded, 339
Folk-lore, 355
Gibson family, 37
Golden Rose, 431
Hoods, university, 394
Mathematics, 238

Angus (G.) on Mattins or Matins, 311

St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland, 253

Witchcraft, sentence for, 516
Animals, their protection from cruelty, 117
Annaghdown, ancient Irish 37
Anointed. See Nincted.
Anon, on Burgundy, 108

Church organs, 168
• Golden Legend,' 205
Holt, use of the word, 165
Jones (Hannah Maria), 249
Lynx-eyed, 7
St. Constantine, 409
Sienna or Siena, 48
Theology,“ popular," 25

Whales' jaws, 166
Anonymous Works :-

Art of English Poesie, 167, 293
Bloodie Banquet, 227
Choice Emblems, 268, 335
Coleccion de Seguidillas, 227
Culmshire Folk, 288, 374
Dora Thorne, 88, 234
Dublin Mail, 287
Gilpin (John), Life of, 289
John Orlebar, Clk., 354
Journal of Tour and Residence in Great Britain,

208, 313
Legends of Glenorcbay, 308
Naval Triumph, a Poem, 205
Owl Critic, 112
Plain Sermons, 146

Something New, 327, 366
Anonymous works, list of, 223, 520
Anpiel on falcon's fight from Fontainebleau, 287
Antinous, character in plays, 348
Anvils, portable, 81
Apothecaries as assistants of physicians, 76
Apperson (G. L.) on Prince Bismarck, 168

Pram=perambulator, 274

Shoeblacks, 248
Apple wassail, 103, 217, 337
Appleby on misplaced adverbs, 274

Campvere Church, 257
April fool, 265, 319, 494
April showers, French equivalent, 423
• Arcana Fairfaxiana Manuscripta,' 100, 181
Archäology or archaiology, 52
Architectural foliage, 47, 152
Architecture, Saxon, 88, 372, 452

Arethusa and Alpheus, references to, 203
Arglan on Duke of Ireland, 67

St. Cast, battle of, 246
Argyll (Ian Roy, second Duke of), 286
Aristophanes, edition wanted, 489
Armiger and Generosus, 97, 173
Arnold (Matthew), his outstanding essays, 467
Arnott (S.) on pluralities, 350

Taverner (R.), his Postils,' 461
Arran (Earl of) and Mills family, 97, 197
Art, costume in, 487
Arundelian Marbles, their date, 507
Ashstead, place-name, its origin, 58
Ashton (Christopher), conspirator, 348, 477
Asses' bridge, earliest quotation for, 286,
Astarte on pluralities, 284

Salt losing its flavour, 423

Vienne, capital of the Allobroges, 325
Astrology, its bibliograpby, 123, 183, 244, 344, 382,

442, 504
Atheism and leather, 15
Attorneys, 'Strictures' on, 387, 475
Attwell (H.) on De Maistre's 'Voyage,' 9

English words, 224
Furze : Gorse : Whin, 406

Whom for who, 165
Australasianisms, 86
“ Austrian Army," alliterative poem, 140, 213, 292
Austrian punishments, 469
Author, modest, 366
Authors, their errors, 285, 389
Autograph manuals, 148
Autographs, when first collected, 38, 271, 451
Axon (W. E. A.) on Symon Clement, 407

" How to be happy though married,” 345
Louis XV., his Republican son, 302
Marlowe (C.) and Feuillet, 286
Tennysoniana, 326
Waterton (Charles), letter of, 382

B. (C. C.) on March weather, 393

Martagon, its derivation, 70
Misnomers, curious, 53
Passages, underground, 510
Pigeons without gall, 434
Pilgrim Fathers, 297
Puttenham (George), 293
Roberts = Robarts or Robartes, 94
Tutty, its meaning, 98
Watts (Dr. Isaac), 454
Whin: Furze, 492

Witchcraft, sentence for, 515!
B. (G.) on “Italian movement,” 68
B. (G. F.) on H. B.'s caricatures, 133
B. (G. F. R.) on Lord William Bentinck, 178

Bowman, a fish, 229
Cane baronetcy, 193
Codrington (Sir W.), 396
Fall=autumn, 396
Ferrand (W. B.), M.P., 386
Heber (Reginald), 310
Hewley (Lady), her Charity, 332
Ireland, union with, 45
Johnstone (James), 407
Judge, refusal of knighthood by, 418
Lambeth Palace, 147
Lloyd (Robert), poet, 287
Lonsdale (James Lowther, Earl of), 307
Lyttelton (Lord), bis · Henry II.,' 248
Maypoles, modern, 87
Merlin chair, 12
Perceval (Spencer), 191
Platt (Sir T. J.), 58
Richmond (third Duke of), 188
Sterne (Laurence), his grave, 149
Ward (Hon. Mr.), 396

Woolsack, Lord Chancellor's, 324
B. (G. S.) on Hadrian's Wall, 73

Hone (W.), his 'Every-Day Book,' 271

Perceval (Spencer), 331
B. (H.), his caricatures, 47, 133
B. (H.) on Richard of Cornwall, 135
B. (H. H.) on hagsock-knife, 353

Ward (Richard Roland), 254
B. (J. R.) on Maidment collection, 368
B. (R. E.) on Johnstone family of Warriston, 450
B. (W. C.) on female barbers, 438

Browning (R.), his 'Lost Leader,' 256
Cow's-lick, its meaning, 198
•Derby Ram,' 297
*Dictionary of National Biography,' 162, 242, 342
Door unfastened at death, 154
Greenstead Church, 15
Henri II., 18
Hewley (Lady), her Charity, 332
Hop-poles : Clock-guns: Flail, 422
New Year's Day in Glasgow, 1
Pobbies, its meaning, 158
Sun and moon, 375
Threads and cords, 276
Words, mediæval, 397

Wotton of Marley, 155
B. (W. T.) on Boun tree, 12
Baccarat, its derivation, 488
Baddeley (St. C.) on Bonaparte at St. Helena, 98

B. (A.) on “Calling of the sea," 372

Weather saying, 454
B. (A. J.) on "Cow's-lick," 199
B. (C. C.) on April fool, 319

Australasianisms, 86
Authors, their errors,

391
Banana fruit, 235
Berry (Dame Rebecca), 190, 252
* Black Eyes,' 251
Burns (R.), his sonnets, 352
Clock-gun : Flail, 495
Darell and Popham, 517
Door unfastened at deatb, 33
Earth, holy, 374
English race and poetry, 31
Falstaff (Sir John), 118
February Fill-dike, 254
Flash, slang word, 135
Gipsy charms, 414
• Golden Legend,' 253
Gray (Thomas), his ' Elegy,' 138
Insect medicine, 469

Ivory Gate," 274
Kingsley (Charles), his last lines, 387
Tuettuce folk-lore, 214

Baddeley (St. C.) on salt folk-lore, 93

Beckford (William), Lord Mayor, monument in Guild-
Badele, its locality, 448

hall, 269, 317
Badges, retainers', 129, 298, 478

Beer, “ blue" of, 74
Bagnall (J.) on bell-ringing contests, 415

Beeson (T.) on Rowcliffe family, 267
Irish motto, 495

Bebolding to = beholden to, 345, 454
Bahut, its etymology, 321

Bebring. See Bering.
Baker (T. H.) on church collections, 186, 464

Belisarius, origin of the name, 305
Will-o'-the-wisp, 275

Bell-founders, 507
Baker (Thomas), author and antiquary, 383

Bell-ringing contests, 373, 415
Baker (W. T.) on English race and poetry, 391 Benezet family, 174
Ballot box in the Long Parliament, 424

Bennett (C. H.), books illustrated by, 27, 142, 198
Banana fruit, crucifix in, 84, 235

Bennett (Henry), his death, 109
Banian=undershirt, 112

Benolte (Thomas), Clarencieux, 387, 493
Bannockburn, its poet, 10

Bentham, Yorkshire, its history, 153
Baptism, tropical, 205

Bentinck (Lord William), his minutes, 128, 178, 232
Baptismal folk-lore, 16, 94, 266, 355

Bentley (G.) on John Sheehan, 54
Barbers, female, 385, 438

Bering (Vitus), his name, 206
Bardsley (C. W.) on Bindon surname, 276

Berkeley (Col. Henry), his family, 367, 418
Barnabas (Parson), 428

Berkshire incumbents, 17
Barnard (William) and the Duke of Marlborough, 156 Berretta, cardinal's, 110
Baronets, Nova Scotia, 341, 445, 458, 498

Berri-Cumberland, coincident custom, 166
Barriogton (Charles), his biography, 309, 455 Berry (Admiral Sir John), his biography, 21, 189, 434
Basque words, 169, 331

Berry (Dane Rebecca), her monument, 21, 189, 252,
Bath, Vineyards at, 409

298, 434
Bathonian on Vineyards, Bath, 409

Beta on Dame Rebecca Berry, 298
Baxter (R. H.) on Richard Baxter, 189

Elton (Edward), 512
Baxter (Richard), his wives and family, 189

Betham family of Rowington, co. Warwick, 288
Bayne (T.) on Burns's sonnets, 352

Bethell (W.) on Hocktide at Hungerford, 369
Campbell (T.), his · Hohenlinden,' 465

Bible, alleged misprint in Revised Version, 489;
Carlyle (Thomas), 204, 314

passage in Daniel iii. 4, 509
Cock, white, 95

Bible statistics, 207, 364, 452
Donne, couplet from, 427
English race and poetry, 392

Bibliography:
Leezing or leesing, 156

• Abécédaire des Petits Gourmands,' 6
Mammock, its meaning, 373

Astrology, 123, 183, 244, 344, 382, 442, 504
March weather, 393

Bennett (C. H.),works illustrated by, 27, 142, 198
Misnomers, curious, 293

‘Book of Common Order,' 228
Phantom ship, supposed, 384

Books : publication of family histories, 63, 151 ;-
Prison, books written in, 457

their sizes, 98; written in prison, 176, 457, 513;
“ 'Twas when the seas were roaring,” 49

chained to tombs, 367, 436 ; phrase about, 468
Wordsworth (W.), sonnet composed on West- Bury (Lady Charlotte), 46
minster Bridge, 53

Butler (Samuel), 267, 354
Bayne (W.) on Broad Church, 45

Byron (Lord), 27, 77, 118, 177, 213, 994, 474
Beaconsfield (Lord), passage in 'Coningsby,' 93, 277 ; Clarke (Hewson), 445

his classical scholarship, 145 ; and Goethe, 165 ; Common Prayer Book of Church of England, 164
and Mr. Gladstone, 424

Compleat Musick Master,' 347
Beard (J.) on agricultural riots, 132

Cotton (Sir Robert), 387
Folk-lore, 47

Cruiksbank (George), 249
Golden Legend,' 253

Dickens (Charles), 401
Kemble (John Philip), 133

Elton (Edward), B.D., 298, 416, 512
Beards worn by friars, 267, 338

Female Spectator, 200
Beatrice Exhibition of 1890, 405

Gaming, 337, 375
Beaufoy trade tokens, 147, 258, 333

•Gesta Grayorum,' 367, 418
Beaufranchet d’Ayat (Louis Charles Antoine), 302 Hunnis (William), 147, 316
429

Image of both Churches,' 509
Beaulieu on Adams family, 169

Imprimerie Nationale of France, 45
Anglo-Spanish Legion, 447

Jones (Hannah Maria), 249, 476
Cole family, 87, 209

Leopard (Paul), 405
Norton Institution, 6, 455

Le Texier (M.), 214, 309
Veteran Battalion, 288

Lewis (Sir George Cornewall), 448
Beaumont (Francis), proverbial phrases in his playe, Lowndes (W. T.), 'Bibliographer's Manual,' 388
53, 274

Lyttelton (George, Lord), 248, 355
Beaven (A. B.) on Sabine's regiment, 459

Manual (Don Juan), 40
Beazeley (A.) on · Little Graves,' 408

Massinger (Philip), 448
Pitched paying, 175

Monro (General Robert), 507

Bibliography:

Blenkinsopp (E. L.) on February Fill-dike, 254
Mulready (William), books illustrated by, 202, Funeral custom, 435
349

Heraldic query, 208
Newman (Cardinal), 487

Hodeping custom, 184
Northern writers, 153

Jerrold (Douglas), 52
Pennyman (Lady), 443

Kingsley Charles), 479
Percy (Bishop), 505

Nugæ, 365
Reliques of Rome,' 369

Riddle, 331
Ro88 (A.), *History of all Religions,' 469

Tea, high-priced, 85
Seally (J.), 287, 395

Way-wiser, 252
Shakspearian, 183

Bliss (A. K.) on Forrester: Barrington : Motteux, 309
Speculum Mercativum,' 329

Blucher (Lebrecht von), his words about London, 506
Staffordshire, 308, 417

Blue of beer, its meaning, 74
Taylor (Thomas), the Platonist, 53

Boase (G. C.) on Cambridge Apostles, 316
Todd (Thomas), 168, 312

Maundy, Royal, 447
Venetian press, early, 407, 471

Willis's Rooms, St. James's, 144
Waller (Edmund), 266, 338

Boddington (R. S.) on Ager family, 428
Biblorhaptes=mechanical binders, 288, 333

Hoare family, 197
Bickerstaffe-Drew (F. B. D.) on Drew family, 187 Boger (C. G.) on Edward II. at Melazzo, 72
Biddell (H. M.) on author of poem, 473

Fife (Duke and Duchess of), 426, 476
Biddell (M.) on mirage in British Islands, 616

Funeral custom, 435
Biddle (H. P.) on Earthelinda, 378

Reade (Charles), 398, 496
Bike=bicycle, 346

Boileau on sizes of books, 98
Billingsgate, its stinks, 135

Coth and gard, 152
Bilson-Legge (Henry), Chancellor of the Exchequer, Garshanese, its meaning, 153
329

Bonaparte (Napoleon), styled Napoleon I., 35, 154 ;
Bindon surname, 148, 276, 432, 491

song relating to him, 66; soldier with him at
Bingley (Rev. William), his baptism, 65

St. Helena, 98
Biographical queries, 26

Bond (F.) on Sibbern family portraits, 28
Birch (William John), his death, 320; on leather and Bond (Mr.), his chronology, 127
atheism, 16

Bone (J. W.) on dumb borsholder, 38
Mathematics, 102

Grace before meat, 455
Bird, its etymology, 63, 115, 177

" Lazy Lawrence," 115
Bird (T.) on whales' jaws, 412

Nova Scotia baronets, 498
Births, royal, 506

Ormond Street (Great), 489
Bishop and Caterpillar,' humorous poem, 67, 117

Paper water-marks, 427
Bishop (Sir H. R.), his family, 227

Phænicians in Devonshire, 433
Bismarck (Prince) and the French sea-captain, 168 St. Mildred's, Poultry, 18
'Black Eyes,' a sonnet, 53, 251

* Book of Common Order,' Scottish, 223
Black (C. J.) on " Renege,” 94

Booklet, rare, 48
Black (W. G.) on a modest author, 366

Book-plate of Friedrich Nicolai, 109, 213, 333
Beaconsfield (Lord) and Goethe, 165

Books of reference, mistakes in, 33
Browning (R.), his Lost Leader,' 256
Christmas Day, 152

Books recently published :-
Healing stones, 326

Abbott’s (E.) Pericles; or, the Golden Age of
Heine (H.) and Justin McCarthy, 226

Athens, 340
Ink, red and green, 205

Adams's (W. M.) Drama of Empire, 279
"Ivory Gate," 274

Amphlett's (J.) Short History of Clent, 440
Kilkenny cats, 394

Anderson's (J.) Early Belfast Printed Books, 19
* Killing no Murder,' 423

Arcana Fairfaxiana Manuscripta, 100, 181
Leland (C. G.), his .Gypsy Sorcery,' 345

Artillery Company's Ancient Vellum Book, 280
Lettuce folk-lore, 126

Baigent (F.J.) and Millard's History of Basing-
" Rest and be thankful,” 266, 516

stoke, 360
St. Kilda, 125, 213

Book Prices Current, Vol. IV., 399
Scott (Sir W.), his ‘Abbot,' 186

Boyne's (W.) Trade Tokens, edited by G. C.
Sculduddery, its meaning, 173

Williamson, 218, 225
Squints in churches, 146

Brady's (W. M.) Anglo-Roman Papers, 299
Viking, its pronunciation, 134

Brewer's (E. C.) Historic Note-Book, 259
Blair (R.) on letter of Harriet Martineau, 61

Burton's (C. V.) Introduction to Dynamics, 60
Blake (William), his ‘Holy Thursday,' 386, 475, 514 Byegones relating to Wales, 240
Blasbili (T.) on chestnut roofs, 318

Calendar of Shakespearean Rarities, 499
Blaydes (F. A.) on Burgoyne family, 37

Calleja's (C.) Theory of Physics, 60
Turner (Richard), 26

Camden Society : Visitations of Southwell
Blaying=bleating, 224, 454

Minster, 239
Blazon on armorial bearioga, 324

Cameron's (V. L.) Log of a Jack Tar, 339

Books recently published:-

Books recently published :-
Cassell's Dictionary, 260

Robertson's (J.) Scottish Abbeys and Cathedrals,
Century Dictionary, Vol. IV., 159

420
Chetbam Society": Fellows of Collegiate Church Russell's (P.) Author's Manual, 80
of Manchester, 279

Rutton's (W. L.) Family of Wentworth, 359
Clergy Directory for 1891, 219

Rye's (W.) Cromer, Past and Present, 339, 368,
Colonna's Strife of Love in a Dream, edited by 491; Monumental Inscriptions of Tunstead,
A. Lang, 59

499
Cowper's (J. M.) Registers of St. Mary Mag- St. Bartholomew's Hospital Reports, Vol. XXVI.,
dalene, Canterbury, 139

420
Curtin's (J.) Myths and Folk-Tales of the Scargill · Bird's (S. R.) Guide to the Public
Russians, 180

Record Office, 499
Davison's Poetical Rhapsody, edited by A. H. Schelling's (F. E.) Criticism of the Reign of
Bullen, 19

Elizabeth, 320
Defoe's Account of the Pirate Gow, 19

Scherer (Edmond), par Octave Gréard, 139
De Quincey's Collected Writings, edited by David Scott's (L.) Vincigliata and Maiano, 439
Masson, 60 ; Suspiria de Profundis, 459

Shakespeare's Works, edited by W. A. Wright,
Dictionary of National Biography, 99, 319

Vols. I. and II., 379
Dobson's (A.) Four Frenchwomen, 218

Sharpe's (R. R.) Calendar of Wills in Court of
Dod's Peerage, 40

Husting, 39, 58
Döllinger's (J. I. von) Studies in European His- Shipley's (J. B. and M. A.) Rediscovery of
tory, translated by M. Warre, 119

America, 320
Elvin's (C. R. S.) Records of Walmer, 520

Simson's (J.) Historic Thanet, 480
Farmer's (J. S.) Slang and its Analogues, 139 Skeat's (W. W.) Principles of English Etymology,
Gainford Parish Registers, Index to, 420

439
Gardiner's (S. R.) Student's History of England, Sonnenschein's (W. S.) The Best Books, 360
Vol. II., 280

Stirling-Maxwell's (Sir W.) Works, Vols. V.
Gasquet (F. A.) and Bishop's Edward VI. and and VI., 519
Book of Common Prayer, 519

Story of the Nations : Mexico, by Susan Hale, 140
Gollancz's (I.) Pearl, 439

Stratmann's (F. H.) Middle English Dictionary,
Gross's (C.) The Gild Merchant, 340

39
Gubernatis's (A. de) Dictionnaire International Taswell-Langmead's (T. P.) English Constitu.
des Ecrivains du Jour, 499

tional History, 59
Guppy's (H. B.) Homes of Family Names in Thornton's (P. M.) Stuart Dynasty, 259
Great Britain, 259

Trotter's (L. J.) Warren Hastings, 19
Handbook for Durham and Northumberland, 520 Weaver's (F. W.) Wells Wills, 419
Historic Towns : New York, by T. Roosevelt, Wheatley's (H.B.) London, Past and Present, 179
260

Wigston's (W. F. C.) Francis Bacon, 260
Keary's (C. F.) Vikings of Western Christendom, Wilson's (Sir D.) Memorials of Edinburgh, Parts
79

III. and IV., 219
Kemble's (F. A.) Further Records, 159

Windsor Peerage for 1891, 219
Leicestershire Architectural Society's Transac- Wrench's (R. G. K.) Winchester Word-Book, 519
tions, 79

Yorkshire Archæological Journal, 399
Leland's (C. G.) Gypsy Sorcery and Fortune Booth (Gore) and his wife, 409
Telling, 199, 345, 517

Borgia (Lucrezia), her portraits, 248
Library, The, 160

Borgias, their last descendant, 385
Loftie's (W. J.) London City, 479

Borrajo (E. M.) on 'Abou Ben Adhem,' 77
Martin's (B. E.) In Footprints of Charles Lamb, Ambrose (Rev. Joshua), 376
179

Beaufoy trade tokens, 333
Midland Antiquary, 460

Flora, Temple of, 138
Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica, 179

Le Texier (M.), 309
Moon's (G. W.) Learned Men's Englisb, 218

• Lillibullero,' 296
Morley's (H.) English Writers, Vol. VI., 100 St. Paul's Cathedral vestments, 357
Norton's (C. L.) Political Americanisms, 180 Borsholder, dumb, 38, 98
Overton's (J. H.) John Wesley, 399

Bossuet (James), his 'Apocalypse,' 108
Palmer's (F. D.) Yarmouth Notes, 479

Boswell-Stone (W.) on winter of 1813-14, 146
Payne's (J. O.) History of Family of Malthus, Boucher (Rev. Jonathan), extracts from letter, 320
399

Bouchier (J.) on Addison family, 247
Pollard's (A. W.) Odes from Greek Dramatists, Berri-Cumberland, 166
160

• Black Eyes,' a sonnet, 53
Price's (F. G. H.) Handbook of London Bankers, Boucher (Rev. Jonathan), 325
280

“Calling of the sea," 151
Prymer, The, edited by H. Littlehales, 219

Cannon fired at weddings, 76, 255
Rawlinson's (G.) History of Phoenicia, 459

Dab, its meanings, 194
Rhys's (J.) Studies in Arthurian Legend, 239 Dante in England, 35

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