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Neilson (G.) on Celtic occupation and local names, 52 O. on ladies in Parliament, 517

Death bell, 276

Dogs, their names, 270

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Highlander's promise," 334

Lot, perfect of "let," 70

Playtes: Cogship: Farecost, 254

Primrose path, 116

Scotch mining terms, 264, 322

Tennyson queries, 513

Year-Books, 212

Nelson (Horatio, Lord), portrait at Stamboul, 76

Nemo on Dr. Guillotin, 230

Nerot's Hotel, its locality, 67

Neville family, co. Notts, 489

Neville (Sir Henry), of Billingbear, 48, 154

New England clergy, honorary Oxford degrees con-
ferred on, 3, 61

'New English Dictionary.' See Philological Society.
Newell family, co. Devon, 216, 416

Newspapers, Scotch, 47, 112, 195; old, 147
Newton (A.) on swans, 415

Nicholson (B.) on Chapman's All Fools,' 47
'Eastward Ho,' 266

'Jack Drum's Entertainment,' 285
Shakspeariana, 84, 304, 343, 423

Tom-cat, 109

"Whistle in the fist," 346

Wooden wall ship, 326

Nicoll family, 269

"Nièce (oncle) à la mode de Bretagne," 447, 515

Niggers, white, 348

Niggling, its derivation, 160

Night-cap stratagem, 48

Nixon (W.) on George Borrow, 428

Nodal (J. H.) on 'Birds of Manchester,' 291
Noel (L.) on engraved portraits, 17
Nomad on Anythingarians, 195

Cardinals, names of, 356

Cromwell family, U.S., 489
Hamilton (John), 15
Nothingarian, 187

Vernon, its etymology,

71

Nonjurors, marginal notes on, 364, 458

Nonsense verses, 267

Norcross (J. E.) on a curious blunder, 205

Byron (Lord), 369

"Hair of the dog that bit you," 174
Names, curious, 145

Tom-cat, 109

Walker the filibuster, 31, 197

Nore, in place-names, 44, 49, 198, 229

Norfolk, the country of the Boleyns, 202

Norgate (F.) on Sarum Missal, 15

Norman (P.) on long tenure of vicarage, 232
Northamptonshire bell-founder, 309, 490
Norwich, pamphlet relating to, 266

'Notes and Queries,' mistakes in, 406; note on, 426;

error in Index to Sixth Series, 445

Nothingarian, origin of the epithet, 187
Novel, first serial, 98

Novel, its title, 15, 55, 98

November 5th, exemptions on, 401, 491

Noy (Attorney-General), temp. Charles I., 247, 297
Noye (W.) on Dane's skin, 253
Nynd-nigh-hand, 66, 174

O. on Dicey, 412

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O. (F. R.) on Charles I., 252

Oath formula, 128

Obertus Barnestapolius, pseudonym, 220

O'Connell (Daniel), notes on J. A. Hamilton's 'Life,'
103; bis 'Tour in Ireland,' 173, 411
October and its flowers, 288

Odd-come-shorts, its meaning, 47, 136

Ode, its meaning, 348, 498
Odescalchi family arms, 205

Offertory and collection, their difference, 227, 313
Officious and official, 65

Ohthere, incident in his voyage, 44

Oldfield (J.) on "Make up his mouth," 38
Oldfield (Jonathan), travelling preacher, 47
Oliver (A.) on Flemish brasses, 147

Rubbings of inscriptions, 172
Omega on Dorchester will, 336
Omniboat steamboat, 466
Omnibus order in law, 286, 436
'Once a Week,' its title, 306, 418

Onesiphorus on musical taste in birds, 447
Feale Abbey, 477

Harland (Marion), 376

Heraldic queries, 351,

Highland life in the las entury, 356

Hussar pelisse, 118

Knighted after death, 98

Russia, Black, White, and Red, 275

Opodeldoc, its derivation, 167, 316

Oral tradition, 324, 433

Orders, seven clerical, 28, 71

Orsini family and the rose, 384

Osborne (Humfrey), clock-maker, 487

Outleet, its meaning, 146, 295

Outram (General), privately printed book by, 13
Out-rider, in Chaucer, 425

Overman's Almshouses, Montague Close, 368
Overseer, female, 65

Ovid, translations of his 'Fasti,' 193

Owen (E. H.) on Annas, a woman's name, 55
Lloyd (Bishop), 172

Pedigrees, MS. book of, 136

'Owen's Weekly Chronicle,' 408, 497

Oxenstjerna (Count Axel), his saying, 6, 131

Oxford, books printed at, 130, 209

'Oxford and Cambridge Magazine,' 228, 276, 318

Oxford University, Brasen Nose College, 426

Oxford University degrees, 107, 255, 312, 398

Oxford University degrees conferred on New England
clergy, 3, 61

P. (E.) on Prince Adalbert of Prussia, 449

Bookbinding, 148

Charlemagne (Emperor), 247

Southern Cross, American order, 173

P. (G.) on Charles Blair, 353

York (Duke of), bust of, 207

P. (P.) on names of dogs, 270

St. Ermin's Hill, Westminster, 131
Tom-cat, 110

P. (R.) on Jeanne de Castille, 518
P. (R. C. A.) on bay berries, 188
Posts at cross roads, 269

P. (W.) on Japanese furniture, 66

Swift (Dean) to Stella, 88
P. (W. F.) on lords of James II., 216

Supplement to the Notes

, with No. 160, Jan. 19, 1889

P. (W. F.) on 'Oxford and Cambridge Magazine,' 228 Peninsular army, chaplains in, 188

Page (J. T.) on 'Curious Dance,' 471

Painting, anonymous, 327

Pairing, parliamentary, 409

Pal friend, 140

Palgrave (W. G.), story about, 384

Palm Sunday called Fig Sunday, 50
Palmer (A. S.) on religious anointing, 189

'English Dialect Dictionary,' 346

Palmer (F.D.) on old ships, 330
Pamphlet, its derivation, 261, 432

Papa's Letter,' a poem, 408, 458

Peninsular War and the 92nd Foot, 368, 512
Penn (William), his portraits, 245, 335
Penny, English silver coin, 148, 218
Penny (C. W.) on title of novel, 15

Penny (E. L.) on costume of women in church, 514
Pens, first steel, 57, 115

Percival (C. H. S.) on names in De Banco Roll, 327
"Muncellam lapideam," 107

Percy on worsen and worsened, 331

Percy (Hugh, Earl), his portrait in Guildhall, 308
Perjury punished by death, 169, 296

Papist and Protestant, 1716-31, 361, 381, 401, 422, Pertinax on Irish exports in 1847, 29

463, 515

Papworth (W.) on Lindsey House, 18

Parallel passages, 346, 426, 445

Parish register, extract from, 37, 171, 257

Parish (W. D.) on 'Arthur of Bradley,' 173

Parkin or parken, a cake, 448, 514
Parliament, ladies in, 405, 517

Parliamentary pairing, 409

Lord's Prayer, standing at, 312
Petroleum, early use of the word, 111
Pewter, its manufacture, 78

Phil or Philo, Greek derivative, 24

Philological Society, its 'New English Dictionary,'
38, 89, 137, 347

Phiz. See Hablót Knight Browne.

Phoenix, last believer in, 481

Parodies: 'Twas whispered in Heaven,' 110; Scott's Phonograph anticipated, 125, 253

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Payen-Payne (De V.) on General Outram, 13
Southern Cross, American order, 33

Peace of 1642, 226, 295

Peacock, brass Persian, 408, 458

Peacock (E.) on Robert Burton, 443

Canteen, its derivation, 370

Century: Centenary, 154

Charles I., his death, 56
Chartist, 273

Clergy, their marriage, 77
Coal, story about, 223

Coroners and churchwardens, 56
Dickens (Charles), 478
Fairfax (Lord), epitaph on, 355
Field-names, Yorkshire, 417
Friar's lanthorn, 257
Harleian Society, 456

Knighted after death, 174

November 5th, 404

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Physique, English use of the word, 248, 413
Piastre, its value, 71, 335

Pickford (J.) on battle of Agincourt, 444

Bell bibliography, 294

Boleyns, visit to their country, 202

'Brussels Gazette,' 31

Burns (Robert), his 'Poems,' 275

Century Centenary, 217

Chaffer chatter, 251

'Commissioner, The,' 111, 234
Cruso (Robinson), 138
Dante, quotation from, 486

Dead men-empty bottles, 238
"Familiarity breeds contempt," 332
Friar's lanthorn, 338

Garrick (David), 74

Garrick (Mrs.), 305

Hackman (James), 212

Harcourt (Lord Chancellor), 236

Hobart (Henrietta), Countess of Suffolk, 366

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Pictus on Stuart family, 27, 290

Piercy (F.) on Reynolds and Morland, 188
Pierpoint (R.) on an epitaph, 25

Porch, device for, 373

Vase, its pronunciation, 489
Wainewright (T. G.), 435
Weller (Samuel), 145

Pigott (W. G. F.) on Mort-much, 128
Pinchbeck, its inventor, 269, 437
Pingle, its meaning, 32, 172

Pink (W. D.) on Sir Nicholas Arnold, 394
Cawsey family, 278

De, the particle, 292

Hanham (Thomas), M.P., 196

James II., his lords, 178

Livesey (Sir Michael), 408
Parliament, 81, 226

Rainsford (Henry), 108

Saunder or Saunders family, 328

Pitshanger, Ealing, its history, 33, 317, 414
Pitt Club, its public school exhibitions, 89
Pitt (William), allusions to, 269, 337
Place-names, Hendon, 428

Plagiarism or coincidence, 114

Plague of London in 1625, 324, 453

Plastic art, its relics in the Eastern Church, 301, 430

Plate, silver, arms on, 69

Playte ship, 254, 317

Plomer (H. R.) on "Lincoln was," &c., 108

Wyer (Robert), printer, 325

Plowman (H.) on actor longest in same theatre, 88

Rutland House, 89

Poems, anonymous, 68, 469

Poets, English, their superiority, 468
Poison, Italian medieval, 327, 477

Pollock (J. T.) on Robinson family, 289

Pope (Alexander), views of his villa, 127; and Byron,

145; epigram on his 'Odyssey,' 346; bicentenary
commemoration, 504

Porch, motto for, 107, 214, 373, 467, 518

Portmanteau word, its meaning, 147, 193
Portrait, "Philo Piscator," 48

Portraits, engraved, 17

Portuguese revolution in 1640, 49, 155

Posts at cross roads, their names, 269, 337, 432

Pounds, parochial, 408

Poyle. See Hampton Poyle.

Prado (E.) on Francisco Tavares, 37
Pratt (A. F.) on Simon Patrick, 288

Pratt (G. C.) on Amsterdam Bourse, 447

Bell literature, 295

Norwich, pamphlet relating to, 266
Pratt (J. C.) on Rewe rowed, 295

Scotch superstition, 326

Praxedis and Henry IV. of Russia, 269

Prayer, "O Lord, if I forget Thee to-day," 53

Preston (John), D.D., his Life,' 106, 276

Prideaux (W. F.) on chap-books, 375

D'Israeli (Isaac), 348

Fielding (H.), 45, 368

Southerne, lyric poet, 306
Washington family, 317

Primrose and Lord Beaconsfield, 56, 116
"Primrose path," the phrase, 49, 116

nce (C. L.) on fable of dogs and kite, 53
Hebrew-Latin grammar, 413

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-empty bottles, 38, 131, 238
Double honded, an' treble throited, 305
Ex pede Herculem, 51

Familiarity breeds contempt, 216, 332
Forty stripes save one, 268

Genoa Lady of Genoa, 79, 177
Giblets: To join giblets, 473
Green baize road, 445

Hair of the dog that bit you, 174

Hatter Mad as a hatter, 107, 176, 218
Highlander's promise, 334

Hunt the clean boot or shoe, 485

Impossible is not French, 193

Is fecit cui prodest, 488

Lincoln was, London is, York shall be, 108, 231
Lining of the pocket money, 205

Mahomet and the mountain, 149, 415

Many a mickle makes a muckle, 389

Mature fias senex, si diu velis esse senex, 221,412

Mitten: To get the mitten, 126

Mouth To make up his mouth, 38

Much cry and little wool, 186

Muffled moonlight, 33

Natura nihil facit per saltum, 133

Nescis, mi fili, quam parvâ sapientiâ regitur
mundus, 6, 131

New false and true old, 85

Nom de plume, 412

Our mutual friend, 192, 396

Potato Quite the clean potato, 366

Primrose path, 49, 116

Prussian blue, 406

Reason in roasting eggs, 83, 115

St. Luke's little summer, 50, 374

Silver lining to every cloud, 289, 375

Sneck posset, 487

Standing joke, 328

Suaviter in modo, fortiter in re, 185

Sun of Austerlitz, 211

Thames Setting the Thames on fire, 166

Turning up his eyes like a duck in thunder, 67
Untoward event, 386

Whet is no let, 106, 276

Whistle in the fist, 346

Publication, comic, 288, 357, 397

Pugh (H.) on Eagle Court, 512

Supplement to the Notes and

, with No. 160, Jan. 19, 1889

'Pugna Porcorum per P. Porcium Poetam,' 200

Pumping-engine company, first, 72, 197

Punch with two left legs, 206

Pwnterschipe, its meaning, 308, 392
Quarles family, 225, 373

Quarter licence, its meaning, 367, 518

Quignon (Cardinal), his Breviary, 123, 397, 519
Quotations:-

A dreary place this world would be, 69

A pebble in the streamlet, 209

A woman is only the age she looks, 189, 319
Adverbs weaken all the line, 168

All Christians ought to offer, 12, 177
All that was new was false, 85

Ambition, like a torrent, ne'er looks back, 249
As for the women, though we scorn and flout
'em, 58

Behold this ruin, 'twas a skull, 469

Bernardus valles, colles Benedictus amabat, 328
By the side of a murmuring stream, 449, 499
Care comes with manhood, 58, 159, 259, 319
Death distant? No, he 's ever with us, 159
Do the duty which lies nearest thee, 429, 479
For there the emperor no purple wears, 209
Fortune a goddess is to fools alone, 189
God's fruits of justice ripen slow, 249
Great is the crime in man or woman, 469
Grief doth love to dally, 339

He is dead; he died of a broken heart, 68

His father allows him two hundred a year, 40, 89,

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They may stand near to the pearly gates, 68, 217
This is the morn of victory, 407

To scorn delights and live laborious days, 379, 406
Truth crushed to earth shall rise again, 260
'Twas my blade that knighthood, 9, 59
We are near waking, 369, 419

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Leal, the word, 66

R. (A.) on religious anecdotes, 87
Confucius, 8

Hair powder, 287

"Natura nihil facit per saltum," 133
St. Liberata, 28

R. (C. H.) on "This is the morn of victory," 107
R. (C. J.) on Thomas of Monmouth, 368
R. (E.) on names of dogs, 270

R. (E. C.) on the particle De, 415
R. (F. N.) on genealogical queries, 347
Ross and Sutherland, 267

R. (G. H.) on Anna Houson, 32
R. (R.) on Matthew's Bible, 135
Castor Go-cart, 93
Chante-pleures, 252
"Chew the rag," 38
Historiated, its meaning, 98
Idiot fool, 495
"Primrose path," 49
Shakspeariana, 183, 424
Sneap, its etymology, 115

Taylor (I.), his Bible illustrations, 309
R. (W. H.) on "Cholyens," 291
Racing in the seventeenth century, 421
Radcliffe (J.) on James Bottomley, 28

Parish register, extract from, 37
Railway tickets, early, 4, 96, 175, 332
Rainsford (H.), member of the Long Parliament, 108
"Ram Jam," a tavern sign, 427
Ramnes or Ramnenses, 98

Randall (J.) on Historiated, 98

Lord Bateman,' 478

Protestant and Papist, 464

Randolph (J. A.) on sexes divided in church, 208
Sorbonne Chapel, 8

Ratcliffe (T.) on "Diddle," 297

"Double honded, an' treble throited," 305

Maid, use of the word, 365

Nynd nigh-hand, 66

Punch with two left legs, 206

Raven (G.) on Caravan-carriage, 414

Lease for 999 years, 72

'Owen's Weekly Chronicle,' 497

Rayner (R.) on Fish Guard, 147
Rebecca in Scott's 'Ivanhoe,' 16
Rebton (J.) on Bayly baronetcy, 395
Red Book of the Exchequer, 268, 431
Reference wanted, 12, 177

Reform, "radical, but moderate," 137, 275, 415
Regiomontanus (or John Müller), 58
Relics at Coventry, circa 1500, 466
Rendle (W.) on Crowland Abbey, 45
'Curtin, The," 37

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"Mad as a hatter," 218
Pumping-engine company, 197
St. Thomas Apostle, 374
'Surgeon's Comment,' 237

Rendle (W.) on Swan Playhouse, Bankside, 221
Repton (Humphrey), landscape gardener, 486
Reviews, first literary, 265

Rewe rowed, 167, 295

Reynolds (Sir Joshua) and Morland, 188

Rhenish uniforms and dresses, 55

Richards (E. A.) on Alton Castle, 48

Riddle, "To five and five and fifty-five," 367, 473

Riddles on trees, 28, 169, 249

Rigaud (John), B.D., his death, 120

Ritson (Joseph), his MS. collections, 332

River-names, Celtic, 216

Rix (S. W.) on Sir Thomas Abney, 104

Robert II., his second wife, 347

Roberts (John), of the East India Company, 488
Roberts (R.) on sirloin, 493

Roberts (W.) on Anythingarians, 66

Robin Redbreast and the Babes in the Wood,' 305
Robinson family, 289, 394

Robinson (Mrs. Mary), actress, 147, 233

Robinson (W. C.) on tenemental bridges, 72
Edward III., his sons, 17

Lot, perfect of "let," 26

Rochford Hall ghost, 387

Rockall, in the Atlantic, 9, 112

Rockbeare, place-name, its etymology, 28

Rogers (J. E. T.) on Bank of England, 386
Epigram, 446

Pope (A.), his 'Odyssey,' 346

Rogers (S.), notes in his Italy,' 267, 352, 409, 457

Roke past tense of "reek," 186, 331, 498

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Rokeby (Justice), his diary, 18

Roman marriage laws, 70

Roman wall in the City, 17, 54

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Russell (Lady) on Waterloo ball, 472
Russell (William, Lord), his execution, 207, 315
Russian Propagandists, 283

Russian troops attacked by wolves, 427

Russias, Black, White, and Red, 149, 177, 275, 372,
475

Ruthven (Patrick, Lord)=Jane Macdonnell, 137
Rutland House, its locality, 89, 233, 331, 418

Ryther (Augustine), his map of London, 297
S. (B. W.) on eclipses, 266

S. (C. B.) on N and M, 113

S. (C. L.) on Walker the filibuster, 156
S. (E.) on Lord William Russell, 207
S. (F. G.) on slate gravestones, 492
'Town and Country Magazine,' 10
S. (G.) on Devil's Bible, 373
Rutland House, 233, 418

Scotch Hall, 314

S. (H.) on Spark or Sparke family, 212
S. (H. C.) on Duke of Wellington, 249
S. (J. B.) on Feale Abbey, 307, 477
Ladies in Parliament, 405
MS., missing, 126

"Nom de plume," 412
Reviews, first, 265

S. (J. J.) on etymology of whist, 232

S. (R. F.) on Gataker on 'Lots,' 107

S. (W. S. L.) on the invasion of England, 268
Sack used as communion wine, 32
Sailors, their "R's," 327, 437

St. Albyn and Blake families, 167

St. Andrew's, Wardrobe, 127

St. Cecilia represented with an organ, 207

St. Christopher, his cult in Western Europe, 93

St. Christopher and the Christoffelsgebet, 508

St. Colan, his history, 33

St. Dominic, his Litany, 168

St. Dunstan's tongs, a new invention, 206

St. Ebbe or St. Ebba, 272

Rose, in regimental colours, 148, 256; emblem of St. Ermin's Hill, Westminster, 131

England, 207, 311, 429, 455

Rose family, 407

Roses, their origin, 488

Ross-Sutherland, 267

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Rouse (D.) on Mandevile on diamonds, 66

Rouse (W. H. D.) on civic medal, 309

St. John (Hon. J.), his 'Mary, Queen of Scots,' 211, 369

St. Lawrence, his canonization, 131, 351

St. Liberata, her legend, 28, 153

St. Luke's little summer, 50, 374

St. Malan, his biography, 14

St. Pancras and Synnada, 123

St. Paul's Cathedral, motto under east window, 65

St. Peter upon the Wall, 32

Rowlandson (Thomas), 'Exhibition Stare Case,' 10, St. Peter's, Cornhill, old account book at, 488

93, 193, 271, 334, 390, 471

Royal descent in England, 259, 332, 392, 451

Royal infants, nameless, 409

Royalist colours, 69, 217, 318

Rubbings of inscriptions, 88, 172, 215, 313
Rubens (Sir P. P.), his discourses, 67

Rule (F.) on Byron, 493

Ruskin (John), passages in his writings, 54, 108, 232

Russell (Lady) on Boswell, 473

Chante-pleure, 192

Conroy (Eliza Jane), 75

De Bohun family, 413

Funeral custom, 356

Gladstone (Mr.), his accent, 153

Hyde family, 372

Neville (Sir Henry), 155

Scotch coal, 295

St. Rook's Light, Lowestoft, 32, 172
St. Rowsio, dedication to, 288
St. Swithin, payment to, 274
St. Swithin on bay berries, 237
Carlisle Cathedral, 331
Coal for village fires, 395
Colours as surnames, 272
Daffey's elixir, 258

Daughter, its derivation, 512
Dollars, 268

English Dialect Dictionary, 490

Epiphany, royal offering at, 13, 173
Epitaph, 333

Family pastime, 484

George I., his burial-place, 253, 377
Infants never laugh, 517

Lavender bush, 125

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