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Sarum Missal, 15, 156

Saunder or Saunders family, co. Devon, 328

Savage (E. B.) on animal sacrifice at burials, 73

Coins, leather, 190

Edward III., his sons, 251
Water flow, 194

Scarlett (B. F.) on Sir Henry Killegrew, 274

Neville (Sir Henry), 155

Scott family of Essex, 313
Snead scythe handle, 14

Scarpines, instrument of torture, 167, 218, 276

Scarron (Paul) on London, 14

Schirmer (Albert), child actor, 288, 371

Scogan (John and Henry), 326, 454

Scotch coal, its meaning, 168, 295

Scotch Hall, Farringdon Ward, 189, 237, 314, 394

Scotch mining terms, 264, 322

Scotch newspapers, 47, 112, 195

Scotch prisoners shipped to the colonies, 227

Scotch superstition, 326, 394

Scott family of Essex, 194, 313

Scott family of Mesangère, 258

Scott (J. W.) on Scotch newspapers, 47

Scott (Sir Walter), original of Rebecca in Ivanhoe,'
16; and Dante, 57; arms of Marmion, 78; parodies
of his poems, 127, 254; on Coleridge's Wallenstein,'
308, 372, 491; "Since word is thrall," in 'Fair Maid
of Perth,' 329, 412; Browning on, 369; and
Swift's Polite Conversation,' 403; dogs mentioned
by, 462

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As You Like It, obeli of the Globe edition, 262,
343, 424
Hamlet, and the 'Spanish Tragedy,' 84; Act I.
BC. iii. : "Primrose path," 49, 116; sc. iv.:
quotation from Hakluyt's Voyages,' 183;
Act V. sc. ii. "Trumpets sound, and shot go
off," 84; sc. iii.: "A babbled o' green fields,
84, 304
Henry V., Act IV., misprint in prologue, 83, 263
Henry VIII., Act III. sc. i.: "Make me a
curse," 2, 182

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Macbeth, typographical errors in first folio text,
1; Act II. sc. iii.: "Primrose way," 49, 116
Measure for Measure, obeli of the Globe edition,
303, 423; Act III. sc. i.: "Ay, but to die,"
&c., 263

Pericles, Act I. sc. i.: "Pistol's length," 2
Timon of Athens, obeli of Globe edition, 85;
Act IV. sc. iii.: "Yet may your pains, six
months," 183, 423

Winter's Tale, Act I. sc. ii. "Mort o' the
deer," 2, 182; Act II. sc. i.: "I'll keep my
stables where I lodge my wife," 304

Shamrock, emblem of Ireland, 207, 311, 429, 455
Shanly (W.) on names of dogs, 270
Shanty, its etymology, 127

Shaw family of Kenward, Barts., 228

Shelley (Percy Bysshe), prize essays on, 64; and

Dr. Thomas Forster, 161; poets referred to in
'Adonais,' 347, 431

Sheridan family, 368

Ship, ancient, found in the Rother, 288

Ships, old wooden, 66, 330

Shoo, its meaning, 8, 96

Si Vis on St. Cecilia, 207

Siddons (Mrs.) as Mary, Queen of Scots, 241, 369, 493
Sigma on Charles Blair, 329

Boswell (James), 369

Hamilton (W. L.), 238
Ruthven (Lord), 137

Scott of Mesangère, 258

Stuart (Lieut.-General James), 208
Sikes (J. C.) on leather coins, 190
Hussar pelisse, 118

Lord's Prayer, standing at, 18
Wilberforce (Bp.), "Soapy Sam," 46
Silvain, M.P., inquired after, 509
Simmons (Bartholomew), his grave, 147
Simpkins (E.) on Englefield baronetcy, 327
Simpson (J.) on Dean Swift, 225
Sinton (J.) on rubbings of inscriptions, 172
Sirloin, earliest allusion to, 385, 493

Skeat (W. W.), notes and addenda to his 'Etymo-
logical Dictionary,' 212

Skeat (W. W.) on Alcestis and the daisy, 186, 372
Carlisle Cathedral, Old English lines in, 342
Catsup: Ketchup, 12
Chaucer (Geoffrey), 291

English, pure, 405; Gallicized, 465
English grammars, 121, 243, 302
Fable of dogs and kite, 90
Gladstone (Mr.), his accent, 178
H, its mispronunciation, 110
Herewards, 93

Knowledge for the people, 63
Lot, perfect of "let," 70
Minsh-house, 92

Mort much, 176

"Much cry and little wool," 186
Muck-rake, man with, 366
Ohthere's voyage, 44

Sneap, its etymology, 46

Whipultre and gaytre in Chaucer, 431

Skikelthorpe family name, 230, 290
Skip skep basket, 186, 298
Skulls on tombs, 33

Sleet (T. R.) on Rutland House, 331
Wild (Jonathan), 332

Smith (A. H.) on Pierre de Ronsard, 268
Smith (C.) on 'The Cross Roads,' 447
Smith (W. H.) on Edward Williams, 167
Snead scythe handle, 14, 134, 195
Sneap, its etymology, 46, 115
Snow in July, 266, 396, 497

Sny, its meaning and derivation, 249, 371
Solecisms, singular, 95, 237

Somervail (A.) on Col. Robert Venables, 48

Song, old, 489

Songs and Ballads :-

Arthur of Bradley, 14, 56, 173

Bow Wow Wow, 483

Colin and Lucy, 346

Gown of green, 341

Greenwich Fair, 389
Hunt is Up, 329, 413
Hunting, 509

If doughty deeds my lady please, 500
Lincolnshire Poacher, 26, 97, 170

Lord Bateman, 428, 478

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Sovereigns, three, in one year, 5

Spanish Armada literature, 166, 189

Spanish wrecks off Aberdeenshire, 34

Sparling (H. H.) on Rewe rowed, 167
Spectacles, their use, 126, 274
Spellbinder, a new word, 466
Spence (R. M.) on go-cart, 190

Greeks, did they tint statues? 386
Heathens, Cromwell's, 172
Idiot fool, 249, 494
Lord's Prayer, 474

Oral tradition, 324

Shakspeariana, 2, 85, 262, 423
Spiflicate, origin of the word, 86, 115
Stadia, its inventor, 429

Stafford House, miscalled Tart Hall, 57
Stampede, in English literature, 46
Stapleford (Henry), 9

'Star Chamber,' publication, 247, 474

Stars and stripes of the American flag, 328, 494
Starve-yoad, its meaning, 278

Steele (Sir Richard) and the Charterhouse, 5

Steeples, with cross under weathercock, 77; with
cognizance of St. John, 158

Steggall (J.) on adjectives ending in -ic, -ical, 35
Caschielawis, 74

Century: Centenary, 154
Chaise-marine, 197
Challis, its meaning, 233
Charlemagne, his burial, 297
Chester, West, 32

Corkous, its meaning, 498
Elsibeth players, 473

"Genoa and Queen of Corsica," 178
Hanover, its spelling, 55
"Make up his mouth," 38
Portuguese revolution, 155
Ramnes or Ramnenses, 98
St. Swithin, 274

Saint's Torment Hill, 213
Sny, its meaning, 371

Warspite, ship's name, 214

Stephens (F. G.) on 'Town and Country Magazine,

175

Steuart on 'Gulliver's Travels,' 128

Stevens (C. B.) on Nathaniel Hone, 87

Stevenson (R. L.), his 'Treasure Island,' 345

Stevenson (W. H.) on Stroud as a place-name, 449

Stillie (J. A.) on 'Reminiscences of a Scottish Gen-
tleman,' 33

Stillwell (J. P.) on hornet of Joshua xxiv. 12, 105
Snead scythe handle, 134

Stocken (J. J.) on Aldersgate Ward, 287
Billingsgate Ward, 268

Fairholt (F. W.), 508

Gisors family, 201

Stockings, clocked, 315

Stonehewer-Cooper (H.) on Great Java, 183

Storm frost, 97

Strangwayes (Sir James), his biography, 349, 436

Strasbourg, its occupation by the French, 152, 235
Straw, chains of, 428

"Strawboots "=7th Dragoon Guards, 51

Southwark, George Street, Blackfriars Road, 287, 372 Stronach (G.) on the great cryptogram, 151, 470

Spark or Sparke family, co. Devon, 67, 212

parling (H. H.) on relics at Coventry, 466

Strong (H. A.) on mispronunciation of H, 47
Stroud as a place-name, 187, 309, 357, 449, 516
Stuart, royal house of, its living representative, 69
Stuart family, its dual origin, 27, 134, 290, 355, 436
Stuart papers, 189

Supplement to the Notes

, with No. 160, Jan. 19, 1889.

Stuart (Lieut.-General James) and his family, 208
Stuart (Major-General Sir John), 28, 98

Sturt (J.), his 'Chronological History of Europe,' 486
Suffolk book-plates, 508

Suicided, an Americanism, 18

Sulgrave Manor and Washington family, 185, 299,
317, 395

Sully-Champaigne family, 269, 337
Summers (W.) on Dante and Scott, 57
Sun, its motion, 15

Superstition, curious, 87, 170; local, 285
'Surgeon's Comment,' 166, 237

Surnames, colours in, 208, 272, 350; Swedish, 444

Sussex clergy, 228

Sutton (C. W.) on John Blackwall, 291
Swan, male, 307, 415

Swan Playhouse, Bankside, circa 1596, 221
Swedish surnames, 444

Swift (Dean Jonathan), letter to Stella, 88, 115;
Dublin edition of Gulliver's Travels,' 128, 252;
his brother, Thomas Swift, 225; his 'Polite Con-
versation,' 403

Swine-suckled, 28, 193
Swiss saints, 227, 376

Sympson (E. M.) on Opodeldoc, 167

Scott (Sir W.) and Coleridge, 372
Shelley (P. B.), his Adonais,' 431

Synnada and St. Pancras, 123

T. on Damant family, 227

T. (A. W.) on Silvain, M.P., 509

T. (H.) on 'Owen's Weekly Chronicle,' 408

T. (T. A.) on adjectives ending in -ic, -ical, 34
"Certain age," 36

Dead men empty bottles, 38

Deity, his attributes, 251
Gataker upon 'Lots,' 251

Go-cart, 191

Initials after names, 255

Letting lightning out, 236

'Long Pack,' expressions in, 148
Rosa d'Oro, 114
Shakspeariana, 263
Superstition, curious, 87

Trinkets cups and saucers, 27

Wilkes (John), his private tutor, 149

T. (W.) on Abba Thulle, 319

Vernon, its etymology, 72

Tables, old ivory, 284, 335
Tailed men, 328, 347, 433, 493

Take and bring, 225, 313, 454

Tallack (T. R.) on Cousin niece, 331

Tancock (O. W.) on Acts ii. 9-11, 396

Chaucer (G.), 'Prologue,' 425, 485
Cruso (Robinson), 25, 174
Loke, its meaning, 191

Tantadling tart, its meaning, 47, 136

Tasso, Gerusalemme Conquistata,' 101, 141, 362
Tate (W. R.) on Margaret's knights, 314

Tom-cat, 110

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Taylor (G.) on a riddle, 367

Taylor (I.) on spelling of Hanover, 94
Lightning let out, 8
Nore, its meaning, 89
Rubbing inscriptions, 215
Skikelthorpe, 291

Stroud as a place-name, 309, 450
Vernon, its etymology, 14
Wetherby surname, 415

Taylor (Isaac), jun., his Bible illustrations, 309
Taylor (J.) on Amsterdam Coffee-house, 291
Bagley (Henry), 309
'Count Lucanor,' 353
Foote (Miss), 292
Indian pale ale, 417

Omnibus order in law, 437
'Once a Week,' 418
Wainewright (T. G.), 353
Tea and scandal, 282, 498

Tegg (W.) on Dickens and Sir T. Martin, 45
Templer on Beckett family, 132
Tennyson family, 291

Tennyson (Lord), queries, 408, 513; J. S., 448
Terhune (Mary Virginia). See Marion Harland.
Terry (F. C. B.) on Alinement-alignement, 315
Assist used as a noun, 125

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Booby " used attributively, 306
Cuteness, not an Americanism, 206
Golden Horn, 389

Hide, buffalo's, 15
"Join giblets," 473
"Muffled moonlight," 33

"Our mutual friend," 396
Roke, preterite of "reek," 498
"Sneck posset," 487

"Sop for Cerberus," 333, 493
"Standing joke," 328

Turtle for tortoise, 492

Tew (E. L. H.) on Anson's voyages, 92, 235, 432

Initials after names, 255, 398

Jackson (Bishop), 8, 197
Littlehampton Church, 156

Lloyd (Bishop), 8, 197

Lord's Prayer, standing at, 312

Protestants, Roman Catholic, 148

Thackeray (W. M.), original of Blanche Amory,

227; his use of "fi-fi," 289

Tharcake explained, 514

Tharskchampflower, its locality, 509

Theatrical print, 69, 158

'Theophilus Woodhead' quoted, 484

Thistle, emblem of Scotland, 207, 311, 429, 455

Thomas of Monmouth, his MSS., 368

Thomas (Moy) on Labour-in-Vain Court, 356

Posts at cross roads, 337

Thomas (R.) on Hampton Court guide-books, 248
Thompson (G. H.) on tenemental bridges, 277
Dickens (Charles) and Sir T. Martin, 278
Hunting horns, 189

Thompson (Kate) on November 5th, 491
Thoms (W. J.), his collected chap-books, 208, 375
Thomson (James) and Winter,' 268, 393
'Three Kisses,' verses entitled, 507
Thulle (Abba) and Ludee, 227, 318
"Tib and Tom," allusion to, 188
Tib-cat. See Cat.

Tinkler (J.) on Annas, a woman's name, 54

Titles: Defender of the Faith, 328, 418; Mayor, 468
Toby, the, an old ship, 67

Tole (F. A.) on chap-books, 208
Tombs, skulls on, 33

Tom-cat. See Cat.

Tooth brushes, their invention, 247, 292, 354
Topehall, in Roderick Random,' 287, 373
Tornaveen on a Belgian custom, 249

Tothill, Westminster, its etymology, 21, 316
Tottenham (Charles), "Tottenham in his boots," 41
Tottenham (H. L.) on Cliffe or Clive family, 47

Tottenham in his boots, 41

'Town and Country Magazine,' its tête-à-tête portraits,
10, 136, 175

Trees, riddles on, 28, 169, 249; beheaded, 508
Trelawny (Anne), her family, 68

Trent on Dalston, Cumberland, 87

Tresham and the Gunpowder Plot, 76

Tribord and babord, French words, 82
Trinkets, its meanings, 27, 158, 372

Trollope (T. A.) on Belgian beer, 396
Brocken spectre, 509

Cardinals, their names, 315
Charger-horse, 414

Child, forty-first, 452

Church, costume of women in, 346

Coleridge (S. T.), marginalia by, 501
'Count Lucanor,' 289
Gravestones, slate, 414

Larboard, its etymology, 298

Lease for 999 years, 454
'Lord Bateman,' 478

Pitt (William), 338

Pronunciation, provincial, 284

Rowlandson (Thomas), 335
Vine in England, 476

Writing with sand, 310

Trottoir, French word, its etymology, 91

Tuer (A. W.) on Employ-employment, 286, 333
"Odd-come-shorts : "Tantadling tarts," 47
Print, theatrical, 158
Rowlandson (Thomas), 10

Turin papyrus, its history, 209, 350
Turner (Dawson), note by, 382
Turtle used for tortoise, 326, 492
Tweed surname, its etymology, 88
Tweenie, its meaning, 367, 458
Twycross (J. B.) on Elias Ashmole, 28
Tydeman (J.) on Eleanor crosses, 117
U. (W. H.) on Washington family, 395

Udal (J. S.) on arms in Abbotsbury Church, 457
'Lincolnshire Poacher,' 170

36 'Roodselken,"

" 437
Shakspeare (William), 469
Songs, naval, 371

Uncle pawnbroker, 449

'Underground Jottings,' comic article, 207, 276

Underhill (W.) on bell legend at Brailes, 52
Hathaways of Loxley, 225
Mary, Queen of Scots, 73
Plague of London in 1625, 324

Universal Register Office, 368
Up-Helly-A, an old festival, 11

Urban on 'Amours of Messalina,' 404
Cartwright (William), 187

Urban on Samuel Foote, 187

'Modish Couple,' 223

'Novvelles Recreations et Joyeux Devis,' 384

'Traité Curieux sur l'Enlèvement du Prince de
Furstenberg,' 403
'Wilkes an Oratorio,' 349

V. (E.) on an epitaph, 186
Fanny (Lord), 134
Houson (Anna), 32
Lease for 999 years, 214
V. (Q.) on Jacques Basire, 31
Starve-yoad, its meaning, 278
'Three Kisses,' 507
Westmoreland dialect, 9

Vase, its pronunciation, 489

Vaseline for old book-covers, 86, 236, 398, 472

Venables (E.) on Carlisle Cathedral and Cromwell, 397
Cherries in England, 455

Cleeve Abbey, 132

Lincoln, poetical references to, 468

Louvima, Christian name, 97

Milton (John), 454

Reference wanted, 177

Reform, radical, 415

Sam (Soapy), 95

Tothill, Westminster, 21
Tweenie, its meaning, 458

York (Archbishops of), 516

Venables (Col. Robert), his family, 48, 134
Vendale on Spark or Sparke, co. Devon, 67
Venice, its rite, 506

Venice and Lesbos, parallel between, 184
Verney (Sir Francis), his biography, 348
Vernon, its etymology, 14, 71, 193
Vestments and chasubles, 252

Vian (A.) on "Derbyshire Hudibras," 189
Vicarage, long tenure of, 65, 231, 317
Vicary (Thomas), his biography, 42
'Vice Versâ,' tale similar to, 46
Vidler (P. A.) on hunting songs, 509
Pounds, parochial, 408

Viltonius on parkin, a cake, 448
"Vinaigre des quatre voleurs," 76

Vincent (W.) on 'From Oxford to Rome,' 217
Vine in England, 321, 476

Vinecombe (Daniel), his biography, 487

Virgil and modern iconoclasm, 22, 192

Virgin Mary's Guard"=7th Dragoon Guards, 51
Voltaire (F. M. A.), anagram on, 467
Volunteers in 1745, 66, 136

W. (A.) on springs in Anglesey, 367, 489
W. (G. F.) on the origin of roses, 488
W. (H. A.) on Persian peacock, 408
W. (J.) on Christmas holidays, 484

Waddington (S.) on Longfellow family, 248

Wade (E. F.) on Blake and St. Albyn families, 107
Heraldic query, 197

Waik, its meaning, 75

Wainewright (Thomas G.), his crimes, 288, 353, 435
Waiter, modern, his dress, 87, 277

Wakefield, memorial cross at, 207
Wales, Yorkshire village name, 52

Walford (E.) on alliteration, 226

Altar flowers, 115

Beaconsfield (Lord) and the primrose, 116
Bridges, tenemental, 72

Walford (E.) on Bring=take, 313

Budæus, quotation by, 431
Burials, animal sacrifice at, 73
Caractacus or Caradoc, 118
Carrick earldom, 331
Charles I., 456

Church libraries, 251
Cleeve Abbey, 132
Cruso (Robinson), 138
Dogs, their names, 270
Elephant and Aristotle, 25
Fanny (Lord), 231

Inscriptions on houses, 466

Jackson and Lloyd (Bishops), 135, 198

Kinsmen, 457

Latin verses, rule for, 187
Lemon (Mark), 10

Magazines, school and college, 93

Martyr's "shirt of fire," 395

Mayor, "right worshipful," 468

'Memoirs of Grammont,' 112
Motto over porch, 518

Nerot's Hotel, 67

Neville (Sir Henry), 155

'Notes and Queries,' note on, 426

Officious and official, 65

'Once a Week,' 306

Oral tradition, 433

Pitt (William), 269

Prayer, 54

Robinson family, 394

Roman wall in the City, 17
Rutland House, 233, 331
Songs, old, 229, 432

Spiflicate, origin of the word, 86
Tweed surname, 88
'Vers de Société,' 169

Virgil and modern iconoclasm, 192
'Voyage of the Bonette,' 509
Wyer (Robert), 478

Yorkshireman's arms, 368

Walker the filibuster, his biography, 31, 156, 197

Wallace (James), 'Shakspearian Sketches,' 147, 332
Wallis (A.) on printer's chapel, 450

Coleraine (Baron), 95

Cotmanhay, place-name, 376
De Foe (Daniel), 294
Derby Assizes, 490
"Proosian Blue," 406
Robin Redbreast, 305

Walpole (Horace), catalogues of his collection, 228,330
Walsingham (Sir Francis) and the Arcana Aulica, '446
Warbeck (Perkin) and Richard, Duke of York, 386
Ward (C. A.) on Amsterdam Coffee-house, 167

Austria, 389

Books, big, 391

Brooke (Lord), 247

Clive (Lord), his death, 293

Cromwelliana, 814

Daffy's elixir, 138

Device of a compass, 148

Eagle Court, 308

Halliwell's Dictionary,' 112

Larboard, its etymology, 298
Linnæus, his arms, 67
Love-lies-bleeding, 197

Ward (C. A.) on misquotation, 306
Monsey (Dr. Messenger), 30
Overman's Almshouses, 368
Pearls, receipt for making, 125
Pinchbeck, its inventor, 269
"Roodselken," 437

Rose, thistle, and shamrock, 455
Rubens (Sir P. P.), 67
St. Peter's, Cornhill, 488
St. Thomas Apostle, 149
Saint's Torment Hill, 88
Salmon (William), 308
Tavern signs, 251

Trottoir, French word, 91

Wild (Jonathan), 227

Ward (J. W.) on pendulum clocks, 286

Ware spend, 148, 293

Warren (C. F. S.) on novelist's arithmetic, 213

Breaker, its meaning, 294

Burton (Robert), 517
"Certain age," 130

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Chaffer chatter, 97
Exorcisms, 513

Lot, perfect of "let," 70
Nonjurors, 364

Offertory and collection, 313

Portmanteau word, 193

Royal descent, 332, 451

'Salve Regina,' 492

Tennyson (Lord), his J. S., 448

Wilkes (John), 194

Warspite, ship's name, 46, 214

Washington family, 185, 299, 317, 395; arms, 328, 494
"Wasp,' publication, 347, 474

Watch mending, 1608, 246

Water flow, its cause, 88, 194

Waterloo ball, 441, 472, 515

Water-marks of paper-makers, facsimiles, 427

Watson (W. G.) on ball rolled down dining table, 489

Watts (H. E.) on Jarvis's Don Quixote,' 52

Weather breeder, its meaning, 505

Webb (John), his 'Primitive Language,' 62

Webb (W.) on Cawsey family, 458

Wedgwood (H.) on "Bilberry wys," 313
Fufty or fusty, 276

Larboard, its etymology, 198
Oldfield (Jonathan), 47

Weller (Samuel), Christian names, 145
Wellington Roundheads, nickname, 488
Wellington (Duke of), his surviving friends, 249
Wells (W. A.) on heraldic queries, 428
Wene, its meaning, 75

Wertheim (John, Earl of), his arms, 467
West (F. R.) on an old table, 284

Westcott (W.) on attributes of the Deity, 88
Westgate and the landing of Claudius, 488

Westminster, etymology of Tothill, 21, 316; Saint's

Torment Hill, 88, 213; St. Ermin's Hill, 131

Westminster Library, Jermyn Street, 240, 298

Westminster School, its' Alumni,' 347, 475

Westminster wedding, 87

Westmonast. on privately printed books, 246
Westmoreland dialect, MS. on, 9

Weston-super-Mare, verses on, 208, 373
Wetherby surname, its etymology, 308, 414
Wetmore (S. A.) on Charles Martel, 171

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