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Borexo, ite meaning, 89

Buller (Dr. William), Bp. of Exeter, 148, 216, 251, 393
Bostock (Capt. Cheney), 1620-75, 16

Bullifant, its meaning, 72, 239
Bostock (R. C.) on Sir Alexander Burnes, 71

Bunhill Fields Burial Ground, interments in, 222, 411
Boswell (R. B.) on “ Earth's immortal three," 134 Bunyan (Jobn), and “Holy Mr. Gifford.” 77 ; spurious
Bouchier (J.) on “ Bacon, with reverence,” 104

parts of Pilgrim's Progress,' 217, 258
“ Chienfou (Madame),” 289

Burghead, burning the Clavie at, 112
Eliot (George) on Shelley's 'Cloud,' 368

Burgoyne (Sir John), residence at Fulham, 48
Fampoux, its meaning, 389

Burial, twice in one day, 26 ; in point lace, 54, 237,
Froissart, passage in, 428

473 ; on north side of church, 75, 132, 235; by
Gretna Green, 248

torchlight, 97, 275 ; in fetters, 157
Hugo (Victor) and dreams, 328

Burial customs, 487
Oaths, strange, 48

Burke's 'Landed Gentry,' notes on, 21, 155, 235
Pistols, seventeenth century, 69

'Burlington Magazine, 248
Prusias, 8

Burnes (Sir Alexander), his family, 27, 71
Shakspeariana, 108

Burnet family in Scotland, 19
Tea, early notice of, 266

Burton (A.) on Alfred Club, 208
Telegraphy, celestial, 344

Burton (E. F.) on Mendip Hills, 490
" When the devil is blind," 95

Buss (R. W.), his .College Life at the Universities,'
Whister-poop, its meaning, 488

187
Boultbee (Rev. Charles), his biography, 418

Butcher family of Dulwich, 467
Bower (Archibald), author of History of the Popes,' Butler (J. D.) on Olympic victors, 8
74

Somma, cypress at, 388
Boys (H. S.) on picnic, 12

Sultan, his cipher, 408
Brackenbury (G.) on burial in point lace, 473

Butt=founder, 449
During, use of the word, 137

Butt (Miss), of Bath, verses op, 295
Bradshaw (W. R.) on property disposed of from the Buttercups, Browning on, 108
pulpit, 227

Butts (Sir William), physician, 208
Bramstone (Sarah), buried at Upton, Slough, 208, 352 Buz (Captal de), his title, 246, 314
Brass, derelict, 486

Byron (George Gordon, 6th Lord), epitaph on his dog,
Brasses, ancient, 388, 518

95; “The Mountain Violet,' 144, 194, 355, 515
Brasses, monumental, their reintroduction, 306 C. on Cornelius=O'Connor, 86
Brazil salts, medicine, 108, 199, 512

C. (A. C.) on Col. Tasker, 248
Brazil wood, 415

Heraldic query, 147
Bread, “ fancy,” in 1836, 148

C. (C. H.) on a tray-cloth, 227
Breakspear (Nicholas), his biography, 307, 411 C. (G. E.) on Hastings arms, 198
Breasail on Donelan : Donnellan, 408

C. (H. J.) on Kin, in English surnames, 436
Gent, the abbreviation, 417

C. (J.) on Aristotle quoted, 168
Valois (Abp. Thomas), 455

C. (J. D.) on Creole, 117
Brereton family, Queen’s Co., Ireland, 514

Gride, the verb, 8
Brett (Timothy), his biography, 287, 353, 418 C. (S. G.) on second-hand book prices, 477
Brewer (E. C.), new edition of Dictionary of Phrase C. (T. W.) on Dr. Coyle, Bp. of Raphoe, 227
and Fable,' 224 ; misquotation in, 346

Heraldic query, 108
Brewer (E. C.) on “ Jiogo,” 373

Cake-bread superstition, 74, 454
Lagan, its etymology, 317

Calverleyana, 166
So-ho, its meaning, 455

. Cambridge Chronicle,' where filed, 327, 392
Bricks, early, 487

Cambridge University, its foundation, 29
Bridge (Thomas), clockmaker, 347

Campbell (J. D.) on Coleridge, 5
Briset (Jordan), founder of Clerkenwell priories, 366, Canary bird," opprobrious term, 14
458

Candlemas Day folk-lore, 15
British Museum Library, Elizabethan literature at, 201 Candy (F.J.) on "Jingo," 150
Brittany, wedding dance in, 481

Cantab. on archiepiscopal English, 193
Brittany (Dukes of), their pedigree, 488

Capital letters, initial, 24, 152
Broadside, old Oxfordshire, 364, 456

Captal or Capital, the title, 246, 314
* Brontës in Ireland,' note on, 504

Cardinals in Church of England, 325, 452
Brooke (Sir Basil), knights of the name, 395

Cards, Twelfth Night, 507
Brough (Robert), his Songs of the Governing Cards, visiting, their introduction, 67, 116, 196, 272.332
Classes,' 16

Carew family of Garrivoe, 112
Browne (D.) on Adeliza of Louvain, 217

Carew (William), of Lisbon, 112
Browne (G. A.) on General Wolfe's sword, 187 Carey (Thomas), son of Earl of Monmouth, 127,318,511
Browne (Sir Thomas), his skull, 64, 233, 269

Carmichael (C. H. E.) on Baron of Bute, 336
Browning (Robert) on buttercups, 108

Washington family, 451
Brushfield (T. H.) on Stationers' Company in 1671, 363 Carre (Jean), glass-maker, 186
Buck (Adam), painter, his biography, 107

Carrel (Sir Daniel), his biography, 69
Bull (F. W.) on Germain and Desvaux families, 508 Carrington (N. T.), Devon poet, 428, 491
Shorthand, old, 347

Cass (C. W.) on Duke of Orleans, 330
Bullen (M. W.) on · Cambridge Chronicle,' 392 Cassons=cakes of cow-dung, 475

«« Castle and Falcon," Aldersgate Street, 287

Chronology in England before Ussher, 91
Cathedral closes, 71

Church of England, its Archpriests and Lord Rectors,
Caucus, in English politics, 48, 309, 413

325, 452
Caunt family, 488

Churches, egg service in, 12; built by Wren, 23;
Cazza (Agostino), Italian poet, 229, 315

chancel screens in, 37, 99 ; in City of London, 44,
Celer et Audax on Against=near, 214

86, 136, 232 ; ostrich eggs hung in, 57 ; burials on
Alfred Club, 331

north side, 75, 132, 235 ; dedicated to Thomas à
Epitaph, 426

Becket, 468 ; dedication crosses in, 488
Highland Light Infantry Regiment, 74

Churches in mediæval times, their dedication festival,
Lincoln, Roman pottery at, 364

508
Manchester civic insignia, 116

Churching of women, curious custom at, 11, 276, 512
Mentone, prehistoric remains at, 143

Cibber (Colley), his death and buria!, 12
Milliner's bill, early, 46

Clark (R.) on City church registers, 421
Newspaper, pioneer, 154

Greenstead Church, 297
Pauper's Drive,' 150

Jigger, its etymology, 517
Raffling for Bibles, 66

Mansion House, London, 38
Regicides, their portraits, 249

Royal Exchange, church near, 138
Saxon church, search for, 266

Tunbridge Wells, New, 189
“Take two cows, Taffy," 252

Waller (E.) and Gray, 271
Celliwig, its locality, 67, 132, 292, 474

Waller (William), 91
Centenarianism, 305, 457, 493, 508

Westminster Abbey, 437
Cervantes, translations of Don Quixote, 145

Whittock (N.), 288
Chance (F.) on Abarbanel, 237

Clarke (Hyde) on ancestors of Agatha, 102
Derail, its derivation, 171

Letters, capital, 152
French words, puzzling, 206

Milicent of Louvain, 217
Jingo, its etymology, 312

Stature of men and women, 337
Spa, its pronunciation, 361

Sunset, 132
"Tom, Dick, and Harry," 244

Clarke (Sir Robert), his biography, 509
Chancel screens, post-Reformation, 37, 99

Clarkin on Chicago, 515
Chanticleer of the Gospels, 485

Claude de Lorraine, mistake about, 306, 410, 478
Charcoal braziers, 502

Clavie: Burning the Clavie, 112
Charlemagne (Emperor), his daughter, 406

Claybrooke, co. Leicester, its parish registers, 343
Charles I., Bishop Juxon and“ Remember," 158; Cleeve (Alexander), his biography, 78

genuine relics, 226, 315, 357, 414 ; place of signa- Cleeve (Bourchier), his biography, 78
ture of death warrant, 249, 374 ; picture in St. Clements (H. J. B.) on De Longueville and other
Botolph's, Bishopsgate, 407

families, 330
Charles XIV. of Sweden, his biography, 248, 338

Knights of the Garter, 194
Charles (George), LL.D., bis degree, 227

Somersetshire families, 296
Charlton, Horn Fair at, 126, 196

Cleopatra's Needles, their removal, 446
Chatterton (Thomas), portrait attributed to Gains. Clerical attire, coloured, 328
borough, 308, 394

Clerkenwell priories, their founder, 366, 458
Chaucer (Geoffrey), glossary to, 503

Clio on 'Venice Preserved,' 38
Cherry Day at the Foundling Hospital, 166

Cochrane (B. A.) on 'Lords and Commons,' 187
Chewton Mendip Priory, its history, 488

Cock and Pye” taverns, 103, 356, 436
Cheyney, its derivation, 448

Cockburn family, French branch, 205
Chicago, its pronunciation, 368, 416, 515

Cockney, its original meaning, 64, 135
Chichele (Abp.), his will, 227

Coffee, its early use, 345, 495
Chienfou (Madame), who is she? 289, 356, 410 Coghill (W.) on local longevity, 29
China, semi-Nankeen, 427

Coitmore (C.) on Russell of Strensham, 203
China v. Japan, 1600, 506

Colbeck (R. A.) on foreign arms, 251
Cholmeley (R. F.) on Shakspeariana, 8

Colby's Mulberry Garden, its locality, 267
Chortled, origin of the word, 260

Cole’s ‘ Residences of Actors,' 467, 518
Christian names : Veinea Lucretia, 126 ; Sibyl spelt Colebrooke Row, Islington, its history, 364

Sybil, 158, 438 ; Welsh surnames for, 166, 293, Coleclough family of Tintern Abbey, 227
433 ; Inigo, 227, 290, 375, 414 ; Smart Adam, a Coleman (E. H.) on professional accountants, 499
woman's, 306 ; Arabella and Annabella, 325, 472 ; Advent preachers, 158
Patrick, 468

Alehouse, “ blind,” 478
Christmas, Calvin on, 484

Apple-pie bed, 78
Christmas anthem, 1232, 484

Asses, their braying, 276
Christmas bibliography, 483

Battle-Axe Guards, 19
Christmas cards, Latimer on, 494

Breakspear (Nicholas), 411
Christmas fare, 1632, 484

Candlemas Day folk-lore, 15
Christmas greetings, epistolary, 8

Cards, visiting, 116
Christmas poem, 484

Carrington (N. T.), 491
Christ's Hospital, its name, 188, 272

Christ's Hospital, 272
Chronogram for the year 1656, 125

Cox (James), his museum, 118

66

Coleman (E. H.) on “ Cune,” 498

Cooper (T.) on Langdale's Shortband,' 65
Dendand, its meaning, 74

Cormick (Mr.) inquired after, 449
D'Bon (Chevalier), 151

Cornelius=O'Connor, 86, 212
Derail, its derivation, 172

Cornelys (Mrs. Theresa), ber biography, 3, 93
Derby stakes, 132

Corney (B. G.) on ominous comet and Fiji, 401
Directories, old, 90

Cornwall (Reginald de Dunstan vill, Earl of), his
Dominichetti (Dr. B.), 36

wives, 274
Du Hamel (Isaac), 438

Cornwallis (Lord), miniature engraving, 247
Easter sepulcbres, 114

Corrientes, its meaning, 407, 458
Grass widow, 258

Cotgreave (A.) on Smedley's Frank Farleigh,'8
Greencastle, Ireland, 277

Cotman (John Sell), bis marriage, 306
'Groves of Blarney,' 137

Cotterell (S.) on Lieut. Peter Lecount, 149
Hadleigh Castle, 272

Coupe (C.) on “ Blandykes," 252
Holy-stone, 92

Cow-dung for fuel, 475
Inventories of household goods, 497

Cowper (J. M.) on Salisbury Close, 71
* King's Head,” 58

Trepsack (John), 269
Knights of the Carpet, 70

Cowper (William) and Newton, 488
Knights of the Garter, 195

Cox (James), his museum, 87, 118
London livery lists, 496

Coyle (Dr.), R.C. Bishop of Raphoe, 227, 334
Noyade punishment, 193

Craik (George L.) and Macfarlane's History of
Oaths, strange, 153

England,'465
Orkney, its Norse earls, 352

Cranstoun (James), his wife, 409
Paper water-marks, 198

Craven of Spersholt baronetcy, 154
Paragone, its meaning, 278

Crawford (W.) on Sir David Rae, 231
Poole (John), dramatist, 372

Rae (Sir William), 231
Postal cover, early, 117

Creole, its meaning, 117
Prayer, bidding, 268, 377

Crepusculum, use of the word, 92, 157, 217
Pritchard (Joha Langford), 457

Cressing, co. Essex, grants relating to, 105
Regiment, late 34th, 334

Crimea, English monuments in the, 31
Resurrection, numbers at, 458

Croft (William), Mus.D., engraved portrait, 148
* Roisin Dhu,' 34

Croker (John Wilson), his niece, 71
Samuel (George), 133

Cromartie earldom, 205
Scratch-back, 156

Cromer, Maid Ridibone's Chapel at, 47, 115
Snake stones, 319

Cromwell (Oliver), couplet on, 407, 496
Sojournar: Advena, 136

Crop, county and country, 485
Tower of London, 12

Cross, sign of the, 149, 317
Translation wanted, 153

Cross (C. H.) on "kin ” in English surnames, 209
War songs, 215

Crosses, dedication, 488
Whittock (Nathaniel), 413

Crosses for kisses, 208
Colenso (Bp.), lines on, 128, 177, 337

Crowdy (G. F.) on Simon de Montfort, 69
Coleridge (S. T.), letter to John Fellows, 5

Crucifix, name of a racehorse, 308, 492
Coles (J.) on · Don Quixote,' 115

Crying down the credit ”custom, 76
Colgan, hagiographer, 269, 318

Cui, its pronunciation, 92
Collinson (J.) on vanishing London, 46, 346

Culcheth of Culcheth arms, 208, 397
Small-pox inoculation, 32

Culpeper (Nicholas), book by, 407
Colton (Rev. Caleb C.), his biography, 197

Cundall, Yorkshire place-name, 388
Columna Rostrata, inscription op, 287, 434

Cundall family arms, 192
“Combe (T.),” Swiss woman of letters, 161, 296 Cune, its meaning and derivation, 389, 498
Combridge (Mrs. Margaret), her book-plate, 469 Cunliffe family, 288, 354
“ Come and go,” the phrase, 137

Cunliffe (J. W.) on Cunliffe family, 354
Comets, Halley's, 364 ; ominous, A.D. 1800, 401 Cup-cake, its ingredients, 49, 211, 395
Common Prayer Book of the Church of England, Curfew bell, its hour, 74, 193, 515
“ High Court of Parliament" in, 249

Curios=curiosities, 347
Commons House of Parliament, biographical notes on “Curse of Scotland," 185

members, 5; its “Fathers,” 74 ; Whips in, 76 ; Cypress of Somma, 388, 509

Oxford members, 75, 132 ; ladies' gallery, 187, 213 Czar. See Tsar.
Commonwealth, drama during. 95

D. on pronunciation of Hindostan, 231
Compass falsified by iron and garlic, 65

Irish family, 194
Condé family, 268, 330

Jingo, its etymology, 74
Conservative, as a political term, 61, 181

Lords and Commons,' 214
Constables, special, 488

Malgache language, 438
Constitution in a political sense, 221, 263, 303, 417 Rome, diplomatic language at, 251
Contamination, technical use of the word, 107, 255 D. (A.) on George Samuel, 28
Conti family, 268, 330

D. (H.) on lemon sole, 236
Conway Castle, old custom at, 285

D. (J.) on Irish army, 88
Cooper (T.) on William Day, Bp. of Winchester, 45 D. (J. U.) on Tusculum University, 333

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D. (L. J.) on Lord Lynedoch, 277.

Dixon (J.) on “ Ha-ha,” sunk fence, 66
D. (M. M.) on Fowey, 412

Once, for when once, 168
Dade family, 512

Pin=beer measure, 7, 117
Dallas (J.) on French illustrations of furniture, 229 Silver paper, 87
Dalton (John), of Thirnham, his arms, 208, 397

Sole, lemon, 131, 270
Dam. See Devil and his dam.

Dod (Rev. John), M.A., his sermon on malt, 146, 212
Danlove (Lady). See Vanloore.

Dog beaten to frighten a lion, 76, 377
Dante, and Langland, 81 ; and Noah's Ark, 157, 218 Dole. See Fifty-dole.
Danteiana : distinction between the material and Dollar on cake-bread, 454
immaterial, 133

Cup-cake, its ingredients, 396
Darlington (0. H.) on Chicago, 515

Hurd (William), D.D., 377
D'Auvergne family, 287

* Pilgrim's Progress,' 217
Davenport (Sir Humphrey), his arms, 208, 397 Domesday Book, fractions of hide in, 133
Davenport (R. C.) on Kilburn stream, 428

Dominichetti's, “ fumigated at," 35
Davies (W. W.) on “Thirty days hath September," 13 Domrémy, place-name, its etymology, 9, 72
Davis (M. D.) on Jews and place-Dames, 45

Donelan (J.) on 'Roisin Dhu,' 34
Day (William), Bishop of Winchester, 45

Donelan (Sir James), Irish judge, 408
Dead bodies, temperature round, 65, 132

Donnellan families, 408
Deadlock, its metaphorical usage, 226, 278, 374 Dorset, quaint custom in, 125
Death, “ blocks which presage," 54

Douglas (W.) on Dickens's sister, 226
Death, its causes in effigy, 158, 292

Pym's Amateur Theatre, 476
De Bohun family, 447

Shakspeare's Early Days,' 338
De Bohun (Mary), her burial-place, 329, 378

Dove, reverence for, in Russia, 25, 176
De Burghs, Earls of Ulster, 10

Doveton (F. B.) on “Sea-blue bird of March,” 367
De Butts (G.) on Araucanian language, 167

Downie (Capt.), R.N., 16
De Cundale family arms, 192

Drake (H.) on Anthony Horneck, D.D., 191
Deedes (C.) on heaving and lifting, 192

Drama during the Commonwealth, 95
De Flavy (William), his tomb, 363

Dreams, references to, 328, 394
Deft, earliest instance of the word, 228, 396

Dreyheller-Watson (W.)on Cundall or De Cundale, 192
De Ghuy (Marcenay), engraver, 468, 495

Droitwich, its ancient seal, 409
De la Pole arms, 95

Drought, remarkable, in winter, 26
De la Salle (Antoine), his writings, 300

Drowning, punishment by. See Noyade.
Delescot, its meaning, 16

Drury (C.) on Major John Fairfax, 448
De Longueville family, 268, 330

Dubh (Ineen), or Black Agnes, 68
Delte on banded mail, 56

Dubosq (C. A.) on Mrs. James Cranstoun, 409
De Manny (Sir Walter), his arms, 368, 519

Du Hamel (Isaac), clockmaker, 347, 438
Demi-pique saddle, 118

Dunand (H.) on salads, 377
Dent (John), M.P., inventor of dog tax, 349, 436, 494 Dunboy Castle, fire at, 366
Deodand, its meaning, 73

Dunheved on Edward Bacon, 518
D'Éon (Chevalier), his book-plate, 88, 151

Launceston as a surname, 348
De Quer (Fernando) and Maoriland, 331

Dunn surname, its meaning, 505
Derail, its derivation, 107, 171, 314,-514

During, use of the word, 28, 137, 214
Derby,” first race for, 68, 91, 132

Dutch MSS. in English libraries, 307
Derry, Australian word, 247

Dwight family, 129, 449
Descamisado, references to, 167, 192,.231

E. (E. H.) on Crucifix, name of racehorse, 492
* Despair,' mezzotint engraving, 68

E. (H. D.) on Cundall, Yorkshire, 388
Desvaux and Germain families, 508

E. (K. P. D.) on Algerine Act,” 186
Detail, military use of the word, 387

Animals, their ages, 46
* Devil and his dam,” 44, 284

Basque people, 128
Devonshire May custom, 5

Black Death, 106
De Warenne family, 154

Brasses, monumental, 306
Dickens, Newington register, 1758, 126

Eustace (Rev. J. C.), 329
Dickens (Charles), his funeral, 14 ; the White Horse Farthing of land,” 309

at Ipswich in Pickwick,' 25 ; churchyard in Fuchsia, its introduction, 165
* Bleak House,' 213; his elder sister, 226, 251 ; his Hervey (T. K.), his poems, 228
Christian names, 345; continuation of ‘Edwin • Imitatio Christi,' 6
Drood,' 348, 418, 472

"Modern author," 249
Dictionaries published in parts, 7

Pickwick,' 25
* Dictionary of National Biography,' notes and cor • Shakspeare's Early Days,' 108
rections, 142, 383, 512

Each of them,” the phrase, 225, 349, 496
Dilke and Fisher families, 48

Earle (A. M.) on Sarah Wilson, 328
Dioscorides, the stone, 89

“Earth's immortal three,” 134, 211, 395
Directories, early, 89, 254

Easter sepulchres, 27, 114, 210, 338
Dirt defined, 448, 495

Eaton family, 422
Disestablishment and Church property, 12

Eblana on Pamela, 513
Dissenters at dinner in 1790, 264

Eboracum on Palliser surname, 26

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Ebsworth (J. W.) on modern author,” 315

Evelyn (John), his · Three Impostors,' 445
Reay (Martha), 324

Ewart (L. M.) on Wood family, 209
Ecclesiastical ornaments, 72

Exeter, its ancient name, 346
Ecclesiastics licensed to ride, 7

Exits=exit, 118, 216
Edgar Atheling, his mother Agatha, 2, 101, 317 Eyes, artificial, 13, 178, 496
Edgcumbe (R.) on Timothy Brett, 287, 418

Eye-witnesses, their conflicting evidence, 205, 296
Butt (Miss), of Bath, 285

F. on battle of Naseby, 92
Byroniana, 355, 515

F. (C. L.) on a chronogram, 125
News, its derivation, 175

F. (C. S. F.) on St. Fagan’s, near Llandaff, 129
St. Anthony, his MS. Bible, 336

F. (F.J.) on Welsh surnames for Christian names, 166
Slang, rhyming, 202

F. (G. L.) on rhyme to iron, 290
Tales, twice-told, 294

F. (J. C.) on “Jingo,” 150
Waterloo, army of, 17

Tennyson : Kingsley : Dickens, 126
Edinburgh city guilds, 489

F. (J. T.) on ‘Book of Dorrow,' 317
Edinburghean grammar, 8, 53, 133, 216

Chancel screens, 37
Edward II. memorial tablet, 428

Colgan, hagiographer, 318
Edwin (Lady Charlotte), her biography, 239

Cow-dung for fuel, 475
Egg service in churches, 12

Graces, university, 36, 438
Elections, polls at, before 1832, 63

Monastery, plan of, 376
Eliot (George) on Shelley's 'Cloud'and“Mr. B.,” 368 Prayer, bidding, 452
Elizabeth (Queen), her tomb, 368, 471

F. (R. J.) on Prince of Wales, 9
Elizabethan English, its survival, 85

F. (8. J. A.) on visiting cards. 332
Elizabethan literature at British Museum, 201 F. (T. F.) on Queen Elizabeth's tomb, 368
Ellis (A. S.) on Clerkenwell priories, 366

F. (W. G. D.) on Arrowsmith family, 308
Elyot (Sir Thomas), his armorial quarterings, 88

Books, unfinished, 357
Employé or employee, 166

Fage (Major-General Edward), his issue, 488,
Engineer on ‘Once a Week,' 427

Fairfax (Major John), his biography, 448
England, in 1748, 84, 216 ; chronology in, 91 ; slaves Fairlie (J. o.) on lion of Scotland, 33
in, 1771, 506

Fampoux, French place-name, 389, 417
English, archiepiscopal, 45, 150, 195 ; slipshod, 155, Farm implements, their longevity, 426

292, 375, 398, 513; survival of Elizabethan, 85 Farmer (Capt. George), his portrait, 365
English heraldry, its origin, 342

Fathers of the House of Commons, 74
English prosody, treatises on, 71 ; notes on, 99 Farthing of land, its meaning, 309, 390
Englishmen buried abroad, epitaphs on, 343

Feasey (H.) on Easter sepulchres, 27
Engravers, Irish, 307

Felch (W. F.) on the ancestry of Agatha, 2
Engraving by W. T. Fry, 369, 456

Hales (Admiral), 49
Enquirer on heraldry, 397

Fell (T. K.) on Furness Abbey, 56
Entertain to, the phrase, 188

Fenton (G. L.) on unfinished books, 357
Epigram:-

Feret (C. J.) on Francis Allen, 513
“Hic liber est, in quo quærit sua dogmata quis Baillie (Dr.), 166
que,” 168, 211, 252, 434

Barbados, its spelling, 173
“Epistle Dedicatory,” 88

Black Death, 256
Epitaphs :-

Blenkard, its meaning, 398
"A sting of death there is we know full well,” Bonfire, its etymology, 174, 252
12, 195

Books, unfinished, 357
“Come gentle stranger, turn aside,” 425

Brasses, ancient, 388, 518
Englishmen buried abroad, 343

Burgoyne (Sir John), 48
“ His illness laid not in one part," 292

Butts (Sir William), 208
Horses, 157

Carey (Thomas), 127
“How soon I was cut down," 158

Contamination, its meaning, 255
Randes (Richard), in Hartfield Church, 112

Conway Castle, 285
“Stay Traveler until my life you read," 426

Croker (J. W.), his niece, 71
Ernst (C. W.) on
Cockney,” 64

Danlove (Lady), 57, 177
Rum, when first made, 363

Dickens (C.), his funeral, 14
Esk on “Antigropelos,” 37

Directories, old, 255
Directories, old, 89

Dominichetti (Dr. B.), 35
Magic, Indian, 94

Dorset custom, 125
‘May line a box," 178

Dwight and White families, 149
* Mending or ending,” 437

Exits = exit, 216
'Shakspeare's Early Days,' 338

“ Flotsam and jetsam," 150
Etiquette, military, 92

Fulham church wardens' book, 445
Etymologies, queer, 143, 204, 274, 335

George (Prince), his title, 32
Eustace (Rev. J. C.), bis writings, 329

Green-wax process,

433
Evans (F. M.) on John Evans of Exeter, 327

Haggerston, its name, 373
Evans (John), of Exeter, bis biography, 327

Ha-ha fence, 198
Evans (Mary Ann).
See George Eliot.

Hanging and wiving," 218

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