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Supplement to the Notes

, with No. 160, Jan. 19, 1895

Fèret (C. J.) on Heywood Hill, Hendon, 412

Hornebolt (Gerard), his wife, 268
Incident, singular, 486
Jymiam, its meaning, 332

King's Head ” siga, 395
Lammas Day, 435
Legh (Lady Margaret), 288
Mordaunt (Lady), her · Diary,' 308
Necklace, use of the word, 35
News, its derivation, 98
Noyade, its meaning, 193
Ozenbridges, its meaning, 76
Persian ambassador, 134
Resurrection, numbers at, 458
Ring, gold, 129
St. Fagan's, near Llandaff, 179
St. Paul's, its canons, 507
Smith (Joshua Jonathan), 17
Smith (Sir Thomas), 327
Svanders (Margaret), 308
Translation wanted, 183
“What 's your poison ?” 491
Wright (Sir Martin), 108
Yeoman, its meaning, 178

Yeovil, its etymology, 357
Ferguson (R.) on Arabella : Annabella, 325

Dunn surname, 505
Ferrier (Miss), her portraits, 128
Field, extraordinary, 33, 517
Fifty-dole, its meaning, 47, 135, 192
Fiji and the ominous comet, 401
Finch (H. C.) on Fussell family, 67
Firth (C. H.) on Lord Shaftesbury in 1676, 361
Fish, book in its maw, 246, 392, 492
Fisher family, 48
Fishwick (H.) on bell founder, 267
Fitz, surname prefix, 443
Fitzpatrick (Hon. Richard), his biography, 118, 152
Flagon, old silver, 367
Fleming (J. B.) on stature of men and women, 337

Thistle, Scotch symbol, 33
Fletcher (R. J.) on Gray's Inn custom, 426
Fletcher (W.) on Leicestershire sheriff«, 68
Flotsam, its derivation, 150
Floyd (W. C. L.) on 15th Hussars, 18
Fly-leaf inscription, 247, 294
Fog-throttled, a new word, 157
Folk-lore:-

Almond tree, 97, 157, 219, 292
Banagher sand, 113, 313
Cake-bread, 74, 454
Candlemas Day, 15
German bands and rain, 28, 114, 215
Hedgehog's jawbone for ear-aché, 23
Horkey at harvest, 84, 174, 274, 334
King's evil, cures for, 345, 491
Luck-stones, 288, 433
Ostrich eggs, 57
Shells, 125
Stones, perforated, 55, 153
Storm “cut,"' 507
Toads, 349, 457
West Indian, 365
Whiteness, abnormal, 274, 335

Witch-knots for theumatism, 288, 433
Forman (M. B.) on unfinished books, 357

Forshaw (C. F.) on special constables, 488.

Tusculum University, 273, 333
Forster (R.), his marriage, 449
Foster (F. W.) on wedding dance in Brittany, 481
Foster (H.) on R. Forster, 449
Fowey, its pronunciation, 285, 411
Fowke (F. R.) on “ Lincolnshire bluff," 508
Francis (J. C.) on noyade, 217

Waller (William), of Fleet Street, 232
Frankland family of Ashgrove, co. Cork, 249
Fraser (Bp.), his marriage, 245
French heraldic and genealogical records, 144
French illustrations of furniture, &c., 229
French words, puzzling, 206
Fresher=freshman, 114
Frobisher (Sir Martin), bis biography, 466
Frogs, shower of, 104, 189, 395
Froissart (John), passage in his 'Chronicle,' 428
Frost (F. C.) on Harold's sons, 110
Frost (T.) on Barbadoes, 173
Fry (E. A.) on Adeliza of Louvain, 37
Fry (J. F.) on Washington family, 245
Fryer (Dr. John), his ‘Travels,' 64, 150, 192
Fuchsia, its introduction into England, 165, 335
“ Fuentes d'Onor" on Peninsular medals, 166
Fulham, L. Vaslet at, 485
Fulham Church, ancient brasses missing from, 388
Fulham church wardens' book recovered, 445
Fulham Churchyard, singular incident at, 486
Fulham Pottery, and Dwight and White families, 129,

449
Furness Abbey and “ Vale of Nightshade," 56, 153,

210, 355
Fussell family, 67
Fynmore (R. J.) on T. Bigg at Dover. 276

Grey (Lady Mary), 457
Raleigh family, 173

Turner (J. M. W.), 69
G. (A. B.) on Charles I. and Bp. Juxon, 158
G.(B.-H.) on “Morphil,” 90

Prusias, King of Bithynia, 38
G. (E. L.) on astronomical query, 297

Chronology in England, 91
Dante and Noah's Ark, 218
Epitaphs on horses, 157
George III. and Jews and Christians, 34
Mansion House, 78, 276
Pharaoh of the oppression, 134
Prayer, bidding, 453
Royal Exchange, church near, 139, 333

Sun, midnight, 472
G. (F.) on London street tablets, 94
G. (G. L.) on farm implements, 426
G. (J.) on De Burghs, Earls of Ulster, 10

Orkney, Norse Earls of, 289

Ricbissa and Sophia of Denmark, 267
G. (8.) on Somersetshire families, 148
G. (W.J.) on parochial records, 272
Gainsborough (Thomas), portrait of Mrs. Graham, 225
Galvani (Aloysius L.), his death, 72
Game, old, 188
Gamlin (Hilda) on picture of Charles I., 407

Kingston (Evelyn, Duke of), 388

Smith (Joshua Jonathan), 473
Gams, German Church bistorian, 67
Gantillon (P. J. F.) on university graces, 36

Gantillon (P. J. F.) on curious Latin, 210

Gildersome-Dickinson (C. E.) on Marquis Montcalm, !
Gardiner (A.) on Gerinan bands, 114

Offertory by compulsion, 146
Gardiner (S. R.) on 'Calendar of State Papers,' 231 Orator, daily, 469
Garlic and iron to falsify compass, 65

Plat=plot, 295
Garnett (F. B.) on Candlemas Day folk-lore, 15

St. Bennet's, Paul's Wbarf, 65
Garnham (J.) on etymology of Patrick, 468

Stanhope=Thornhagh, 129
Garrick Papers, reference to, 429, 518

Stocks, early references to, 112
Gasc (F. E. A.) on employé or employee, 166

Thomas (Bishop), 216
Fampoux, French place-name, 417

Wolfe (General), his sword, 376
Lady.apple, 246

Gingham, its etymology, 75
* Penny Cyclopædia,' 470

“Ginny dogg,” its meaning, 248
Salads, vegetable, 376

Gipsy funeral, sequel to, 286
Sole, lemon, 297

Gisela, mother of Henry III. of Germany, 187, 253
Gatty (A.) on relics of Charles I., 414

Glass-making in England, early, 186
Gride, the verb, 176

Gnoffe, a queer etymology, 143
Noise, horrid, 386

Godman (P.S.) on Sussex court rolls, 7
Geason or geson, its meaning, 188, 232

Golding (C.) on. The Artist,' 476
Genealogist (Young) on title of Baron, 168

Golf, its pronunciation, 118, 158
Generations, four royal, 65

Gomme (A. B.) on “Nuts in May,” 58
Gent, origin of the abbreviation, 284, 375, 417 Goodies=sweetmeats, 212
• Gentleman's Magazine,' first motto, 33

Gooze=gaze, 506
Geology, first use of the word, 247, 409

Gordon (E. O.) on the word “Geology," 247
George III. and Jews and Christians, 34

Gould (I. C.) on Cole's Residences of Actors,' 467
George IV. as an author, 402

Hadleigh Castle, 272
George (Prince), his title, 32

‘Pilgrim's Progress,' 258
Gerish (W. B.) on skull of Sir Thomas Browne, 64 Gouldsmith (Thomas), his marriage, 507
Germain and Desvaux families, 508

Goulston (Theodore), his MSS., 178
Germaine (Sir John), legacy to Decker, 14

Gower (A. F. G. L.) on obelisk at Homburg, 385
German bands precursors of rain, 28, 114, 215 Graces, university, 36, 395, 438
German MSS. in English libraries, 307

Graham (Mrs.), portrait by Gainsborough, 225
German poetry, quotation from, 489

Graham (Sir Thomas), his biography, 225
Gibb (Smart Adam), names for a woman, 306 Grammar, Edinburghean, 8, 53, 133, 216
Gibbons (Grinling), bequest to, 426

Grass widow, its meaning, 188, 258, 354, 495
Gibbons (H. F.) on Jamaica pedigrees, 279

Gray (G. J.) on Thomas Newberie, 56
Gibbs (H. H.) on Captal de Buz, 246

Gray (Thomas), and Waller, 165, 271, 316 ; Full
Clerical attire, 328

many a gem,” &c., in the 'Elegy,' 516
Iron, rhyme to, 290

Gray's Inn, custom at, 426, 511
“Take two cows, Taffy," 211

Green family of Leversedge, co. York, 487
Gibson (Mr.), of Kirkby Moorside, 1687, 407 Green House, Kensington Gardens, its history, 28,
Gibson (Patrick), centenarian, 508

154, 218, 271
Gifford (Mr.), “Holy,” Bedford Puritan, 77

Green (J. J.) on Green family, 487
Gigadibs, " the literary man,” 52

Greencastle, Ireland, its history, 228, 277
Gilder (D. D.) on almond tree, 97

Greene (G. A.) on Italian anthology, 77
Gingham, its derivation, 75

Greeneville and Tusculum College. See Tusculum.
Gildersome-Dickinson (C. E.) on Advena : Sojournar, Greenfield (B. W.) on Lady Danlove, 115
137

Norris (Sir Thomas), 178
Animals employed as thieves, 331

Wright (Sir Martin), 233
Carey (Thomas), 511

Greenhill (William Alexander), M.D., his death, 260,
City church registers, 421

331
Cleeve (Bourchier), 78

Greenstead Church, 228, 297
Cromartie earldom, 205

Green-wax process, 71, 157, 433
De Manny (Sir Walter), 519

Greta, river name, 449, 519
Dwight family, 129, 450

Gretna Green, foreign couples at, 248
Farthing of land, 391

Grey (Lady Mary), alias Keys, ber biography, 301, 457
Furness Abbey, 153

Gride, the verb, 8, 176, 312
Gibbons (Gripling), 426

Griffinhoofe (8. G.) on derelict brass, 486
Gouleton (Theodore), 178

De Bohun (Mary), 329
Griffith=Geoffrey, 117

Dwight and White families, 130
Huntly (Marquis of), 36

Elizabeth (Queen), her tomb, 472
Illegitimacy, 326

Griffith=Geoffrey, 117, 238
“King's Read" sign, 156

Grimaldi (B.) on relics of Charles I., 226
Leicestershire sheriffs, 358

Grimaldi (Gugliemo), miser of Pisa, 408
London City parishes, 285

Grosvenor family and Westminster, 177, 455
Marriage, late, 104

Gruffithe (Sir Morice), his biography, 34
Marriage in mother church, 248

Guichard or Guischard of Magdeburg, 406
Mason (William), 210

Guild of the Companions of the Ark, 76

Guildford, Henry VIII. at, 507
Guillim's ' Heraldry' and heraldic tinctures, 268
Gundrada de Warenne, 154
Guy (R.) on "The Artist,' 389

* Penny Cyclopædia,' 470
H. (A.) on scratch-back, 156

Stones, perforated, 153
H. (A. H.) on Sbakspeariana, 283
H. (C.) on Adeliza of Louvain, 296

Baldwin II., 14
De Bohun family, 447
George (Prince), his title, 32

Richissa of Denmark, 336, 418
H. (C. A.) on C. P. G. Scott, 233
H. (C. P.) on Jemmy=sheep's head, 138
H. (E. M.) on Marcenay de Ghuy, 495
H. (E. S.) on tailors and horse regiments, 74
H. (F. D.) on heraldic queries, 373
H. (F. M.) on Buller: Thomas, 148, 251
H. (H. de B.) on the Tower of London, 13
H. (J.) on “Morphil,” 7
H. (J. J.) on Parsons's Christian Directory,' 128, 293
H. (Jno.) on Barbados, 477

Punch, the beverage, 64
H. (S. C.) on American War of Independence, 277
H. (T.) on Penkhurst or Pankhurst family, 48
H. (W. E.) on Photogram=photograph, 478
H. (W. S. B.) on arcbpriests in English Church, 452

Bread, “ fancy," 148

Churches in mediæval times, 508
Habsburgs, their history, 88, 447
Hadleigh Castle, Essex, plans of, 209, 272
Haggerston, its name and history, 187, 239, 373
Hagoday, its meaning, 188, 295, 492
Ha-ha, sunk fence, its derivation, 66, 198, 271
Haines (C: R.) on Hanging and wiving," 106

Pharaoh of the oppression, 134
Haines (Richard), his biography, 35
Hairay (Sir John), Lieut.-Governor of Nova Scotia, 16
Hake (A.) on peacock feathers, 287
Hale (C. P.) un Against=near, 214

Alehouse, “ blind,” 478
Animals, tbeir ages, 358
“Back hand,” at cards, 338, 455
Betterment, 144
Cup-cake, its ingredients, 395
Frogs, shower of, 190
Gibb (Smart Adam), 306
“God save the mark,” 432
Grass widow, 259
Greenstead Church, 297
Green-wax process, 157
Head or tail ?” 298
Heart burial, 386
Jemmy=sheep's bead, 412
Knickerbockers, their origin, 426
Land sale custom, 26
Nicknames, parliamentary, 225
Novels, their serial issue, 293
Pick (Edward), 250
Proverbs, two, 95
Putt-galley, its meaning, 517
Radical reformers, 53
Regicides, their portraits, 374
"Rising of the lights,” 308
St. Cross, custom at, 86

Hale (C. P.) on “ Shoter's Hyll,” 353

Stars and stripes on American flag, 124
Stones, perforated, 56
Swallows, their domestication, 258
“ Varsal world,” 335
Yeoman, its meaning, 291

“ Yorkshire warehouse,” 437
Hales family, 49
Hales (Admiral), his biography, 49
Halket (George), songs attributed to, 386
Hall (A.) on Delia Bacon, 117

Bonoycastle family, 148
Celliwig, its locality, 475
Cune, its meaning, 498
Grey (Lady Mary), 457

Nahum the prophet, 255
Hallen (A. W. C.) on Adeliza of Louvain, 37

De Manny (Sir Walter), 519
Inventories of household goods, 497
Keene (Col.), 67
Knights of the Garter, 194

Warllibarthauch or Wallybarout, 174
Hallett (8.) on Celliwig, 67, 474
Halley (Edmund), his comet, 364
Haly (J. S.)

on Shakspeariana, 44
Hamilton (James Douglas), of Fintea, co. Donegal,

his pedigree, 147
Hamilton (W.) on centenarianism, 305, 493

Combridge (Mrs. Margaret), 469
Gent, origin of the term, 375

Parody by George Steevens, 212
Hamoaze, its derivation, 447
Handford on Joshua J. Smith, 198
Handshaking, its significance, 46
Hanging," by schoolboys, 287
Hanno, two explorers named, 506
Hapsburg, house of, its history, 88, 447
Harland-Oxley (W. E.) on Mrs. Cornelys, 93

Dominichetti (Dr. B.), 35
Green House, Kensington Gardens, 154
Guild of the Companions of the Ark, 76

Sole, lemon, 78
Harold, his sons, 110
“Harp of the North" in Scott's 'Lady of the Lake,'

327, 398
Harris (C. S.) on Capt. Cheney Bostock, 16
Harrison (J. H.) on burial by torchligbt, 275

Dade and other families, 512

Smith (Joshua Jonathan), 373
Hart (81. C.) on Banagher sand, 113

Teague=Irishman, 137
Hartfield Church, Sussex, inscription, 112
Harting (J. E.) on swallows, 270
Hartley (Thomas), rector of Winwick, 314
Hartshorne (A.) on salmon for servants, 125
Harvey (Dr. William), bis portrait, 449
Hastings arms, 95, 198
Hastings Castle, dungeons 425
Hawker (Rev. R. S.), 'The Dirge' and funeral hymn,

266
Hawthorne (Nathaniel), Emile Montégut on, 448
Haymarket ground landlords, 7, 93
“Head or tail ?” 207, 298
Headache : "No more use than a headache,” 126
Heal (A.) on Rev. Henry Stebbing, 11

Hear, hear ! ” origin of the phrase, 518

Supplement to the Notes

, with No. 160, Jan. 19, 1-95

Heart burial, 386

Heraldry, its origin in England, 342
Heath (Nicholas), Abp. of York, his portrait, 108 Herbert (Sir Edward) noticed, 127
Heaving custom, 29, 192

Herrick (Robert), his portrait, 306, 359, 493
Hebb (J.) on Samuel Beazley, architect, 204

Hervey (T. K.), his poems, 228, 316
Charles I., relics of, 357

Herzfeld (G.) on William Taylor, of Norwich, 66
“ Cock and Pye” taverns, 436

Hesilrige (Sir Arthur), his education, 447
De Flavy (William), 363

Hewett family of Heckfield, Hants, 147, 393
Ginny dogg,” 248

Heywood (James), F.R.S., bust in Kensington Free
Interamnensis, its meaning, 408

Library, 265, 314
Keats (John), 199, 314

Heywood Hill, near Hendon, 308, 412
Mont-de-Piété, 511

Hibgame (F. T.) on swallows, 258, 270
Whetstone Park, 311

Hide, fraction of, in Domesday, 133
Hebden (John), musician, 47

High Ercall Militia Club, 68, 158
Heliacal, use of the word, 366

Highland Light Infantry Regiment, 74
Helmer (T.) on Helmerawe family, 29

Highwood Hill, near Hendon, 308, 412
Helmerawe family, 29, 158

Hill families in Cornwall and Devon, 228
Hems (8.) on . The Artist,' 476

Hill (A. F.) on Haymarket ground landlords, 7
Blackall family, 454

Hebden (John), 47
' Fifty-dole," 135

Hill (E. A.) on Eaton family, 422
Fowey, place-name, 411

Bill (R. H. E.) on Hill families, 228
Jigger, its etymology, 394

Hill (Capt. Richard), a Commissioner of Admiralty,
London street tablets, 331

149
Sun, midnight, 472

Hindostan, its pronunciation, 187, 234, 290
Surnames, 212

Hipwell (D.) on Bunbill Fields, 222, 411
Tabitha, Acts ix. 40, 219

Cibber (Colley), 12
Triplets attaining majority, 70

Claybrooke parish registers, 343
Hemsley (W. B.) on Robert John Thornton, 15

Cotman (John Sell), 306
Henchman, its etymology, 245

Coyle (Dr.), Bp. of Raphoe, 334
Henderson (W. A.) on almond tree, 219

Edwin (Lady Charlotte), 239
Bacon (Delia), 272

Gifford (Holy Mr.), 77
Cherry Day," 166

Hartfield Church, Sussex, 112
Christmas greetings, 8

Hartley (Rev. Thomas), 314
Dunboy Castle, 366

Irish army, 257
“God save the mark,” 345

Jamaica pedigrees, 374
Novels, their serial issue, 492

Kirkland (Thomas), 26, 70
Oxford and Cambridge, 29

Noel (Thomas), 216
Oxford statue, 437

Parsons (Dr. John), 179
'Roisin Dhu,' 34

Perryn (Sir Ricbard), 198
Sawney, its meaning, 334

Rae (Sir David), 358
Shakspeariana, 123

Rae (Sir William), 333
Swift (Dean) and Stella, 16

Royal Exchange, church near, 249
Hendriks (F.) on Lady Pryce and her books, 501

Samuel (George), 133
Vanloore (Lady), 115

Shield (William), 292
Henry III., Emperor of Germany, his mother, 187, Smeaton (John), F.R.S., 226
253

Tattersall family, 345
Henry VIII. at Guildford, 507

Torrens (Col.), 219
Herald, skill in, 288

Waller (William), of Fleet Street, 232
Heraldic queries, 95, 198, 208, 373, 397

Walmesley (Charles), D.D., 155
Heraldry :-

Wilkins (David), D.D., 145
Arg., chevron between three martlets sa.,

147

Williams (Mrs. Sophia), 3
Armorial bearings, their history, 339

Woodcock (Rev. Edward), 117, 272
Arms, differenced and undifferenced, 304, 397,515 Historical MSS. Commission, its publications, 326
Arms, foreign, 251

“Hither and yon," Americanism, 469
French records, 144

Hobelar, meaning and etymology, 321
Guillim’s ‘Heraldry' and heraldic tinctures, 268 Hobin, meaning and etymology, 321
Lion of Scotland, 33

Hodgkin (J. E.) on Chevalier D’Éon's book-plate, 152
Lion rampant, with double tail, 9, 194

England in 1748, S4
On chief, three stags' heads cabossed, &c., 108

“ Head or tail ?" 298
Or, in chief two tiles, in fesse point a lark, 251

· King's Head” sign, 157
Or, lion rampant double queued az., 36

Hogarth (William), Langtry collection of engravings,
Papal, 373

169, 277
Pelican in her piety, 147, 195

Holden (R.) on General Wolfe's sword, 231
Per saltire, arg. and erm., in chief three annulets, Hollingworth family of Cheshire, 365
428

Holly Hunting as a name, 66
Quarterly, 1 and 4, Arg., between two couple- Holystone, its derivation, 92
closes three martlets gu., &c., 147

Homburg, obelisk at, 385, 473

66

Homer and the Egyptian Thebes, 125

Hulme (E. W.) on English glass-making, 186
Hood (Thomas), father of the poet, 111

Humby's Hotel, reference to, 367, 476
Hoodlum, its meaning and derivation, 276, 477 Hume (David), his tomb, 205
Hooper (J.) on “Alsike,” 66

Humphreys (A. L.) on Thomas Martin, 514
Arcbpriests, cardinals, and lord rectors, 325 Hunting coat, scarlet, 447
Beans and bean cakes, 96

Huntly (Marquis of) and his sons, 36
Pede rolls, 467

Hurd (William), D.D., bis biography, 107, 296, 377
Baneshaw, its meaning, 398

Hussey (A.) on archpriests in English Church, 452
Browne (Sir Thomas), his skull, 233

De Bohun (Mary), 378
Cake-bread, 75

Kent, leper hospitals in, 428
Cockney, its original meaning, 135

Paris (Matthew), his heraldry, 9
Colgan, hagiographer, 269

Yeoman, its meaning, 178
Cornick (Mr.), 449

Hutesium, mediæval law term, 444
Cornelius=O'Connor, 212

Hyde (H. B.) on crosses for kisses, 203
* Each of them,” 496

Hymnology, “ Dei virgo Catharina,” 148
Easter sepulchres, 210

If=whether, 309
Golf, its pronunciation, 118

Illegitimacy, register entries about, 326
Grass vidow, 495

· Imitatio Christi,' bibliography, 6, 179, 461
Hagoday, its meaning, 188, 492

Immune, a new word, 345, 514
Horkey at barvest, 84, 174, 274

"Incense-breathing morn,” 168, 297
John of Times, 109

Inchbald (Elizabeth), her MSS., 207
Jymiam, its meaning, 5

Incident, singular, 486
Kiender, its meaning, 73

Indian magic, 48, 94, 153
“King's Head,” 58

Inez de Castro, her biography, 109, 150
Knights of the Garter, 195

• Infant charity,” its meaning, 71
Mary, Queen of Scots, her MS. Prayer Book, 223 Information for the people, 306, 410, 478
“ Mutual friend,” 514

Ingleby (H.) on Chicago, 368
. Peu de Chose,' 26

Inglesast as a surname, 144
Raffman, its meaning, 387

Ingram (A.) on “ Chanticleer” of the Gospels, 485
Reay (Martha), 397

Inigo, origin of the name, 227, 290, 375, 414
Ridibone (Maid), 47

Inscriptions, old, on London houses, 433
Schorn (Sir John), 341

Interamnensis, its meaning, 408
Shadwell (T.), phrases in, 173

Inventories of household goods, 329, 497
Skelton (J.), bis doggerel epitaphs, 447

Iota Beta on rhyme to iron, 355
Societies, literary publishing, 386

Ireland, military officers in, 29
Solicitors, pettifogging, 76

Irish army, James II.'8, 88, 257
Taffy was a Welshman," 113

Irish Church, ancient, 508
Telegraphy, celestial, 453

Irish engravers and copper-plate printers, 307, 348
'Up to the scratch," 426

Irish family,

great," 168, 194
"Yorkshire warehouse,” 328

Irishman on James Douglas Hamilton, 147
Hope (W. H. St. J.) on Droitwich seal, 409

Iron, rhyme to, 56, 96, 290, 354, 396
Horkey, barvest custom, 84, 174, 274, 334

Iron and garlic to falsify compass, 65
Horn Fair at Charlton, 126, 196

Isabella of France, colour named after, 7, 52
Hornbook and Virgin Mary, 368, 517

Island, third largest in the world, 326
Hornebolt (Gerard), his wife, 268

Islington, New Tunbridge Wells at, 69, 189, 457
Horneck (Anthony), D.D., his biography, 128, 191, Italian anthology, 16, 77
338

J. (C. B.) on Oxford statue, 285
Horse, length of its life, 156, 212

“Take two cows, Taffy," 211
Horses, epitaphs on, 157

J. (D.) on miser of Pisa, 408
Hosteler, its meaning, 97, 138

J. (G.) on Adeliza of Louvaine, 175
House and house-place=living room, 369

J. (J. C.) on church near Royal Exchange, 250
Houses, old dates and inscriptions on, 433

J. (T. B.) on Psalm lxvii., 51
Howard (Lord Edmund), his arms, 208, 397

J. (W. C.) on professional accountants, 498
Hucksbing=hock-sinews, 326, 516

Jackson (G. W.) on Haggerston, 239
Hudson (R.) on triplets attaining majority, 6

Jacobsen (E. P.) on Agostino Cazza, 315
Hughes (J.) on Celliwig, 292

Jamaica family pedigrees, 248, 279, 373
Griffith=Geoffrey, 238

James II., his Irish army, 88, 257
Scolan, 128

James (Miss), of Bath, her biography, 127, 228
Slates, Welsh, 258

James (T.) on Stephen Montagu, 167
Tallet = hayloft, 155

Jarratt (F.) on Delia Bacon, 47
Hugo (Victor) and dreams, 328, 394

Fraser (Bp.), of Manchester, 245
Huguenin (Adèle), “T. Combe,” 161, 296

Hume (David), his tomb, 205
Huic, its pronunciation, 92

Jaydee on Byroniana, 194
Hull (C. H.) on Sir William Petty, 331

Harp of the North,” 327
Resurrection, numbers of mankind at, 348

Jones, Inigo, 227, 375
Hullmandel (Charles Joseph), lithographer, 134

Lights, rising of the 415

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