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Queries, with No, 82, July 22, 1893,

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[For classified articles, see Anonymous Wonks, Bibliography, Books RECENTLY Published, EPIGRAMs, EPITAras,
Folk-LoRE, HERALDRY, PRoverbs AND PHRASEs, QuotATIONS, SHARSPEARIANA, and Songs AND BALLADs.]

A
A. on heraldic query, 91
A.M. and P.M., 34
A. (A.) on Ware bell chimes, 172
(E. S.) on “Luce,” 372
“Stilbon,” in Chaucer, 249,432
Yearn, its meaning, 496
A. (H.) on “Sing old Rose,” 78
A. (J.) on heraldic query, 91
A. (S.P.) on stormy petrel, 7
Abbé, or abbot, 375
Abbey churches, double, 188,257, 349,378,451
Abbotsford, “a romance in stone and lime,” 68, 151
Aberdeen, its church of the Grey Friars, 386
Abernethy (Dr. John) and Hunter, 307
Acre, Austrian flag at, 427, 497
Actress, English, in Paris, 1748,308,395
Ad Librum on works of King Alfred, 347
Telephonic message, 174
Veto, royal, 369
Adamant on preposition followed by a clause, 112, 435
Adams family of Essex, 288,373
Adams family of Gore Hall, Kent, 247
Adams (F.) on “Ale-dagger,” 436
Alvernus, Mount, 197
Belinda, the name, 66
Both, with verb singular, 85
Brouette, its meaning, 70,251
Caesar, his sword, 118
Confessor, its meaning, 152
“Cousin Betty,” 338
Cutts (John), 152
“Dimanche de Quasimodo,” 437
“Eating poor Jack,” 215
Editorial note, curious, 106
Eke-names, parish, 251
Evan, Welsh name, 118
“Fly on the corporal,” 298
“In Memoriam,' its metre, 430
Italian idiom, 38
Joy=glory, 165
Longfellow (H. W.), his “Silent Land,' 131

Adams (F.) on “Luce,” 372, 493
Mandragora, 498
Oast, fish trade term, 173
Philazer, his office, 97
Proverbs, 234, 265
Rose, damask, 149, 339
St. Grasinus, 232
St. Thomas of Waterings, 369
Sedan chair, 214
Shakspeariana, 103,284
“Simple Simon,” 25
Squin, its meaning, 299
“Thirty days hath September,” 475
Towell surname, 56
Tram, its derivation, 373
“Wentre-saint-gris,” 354
Verlucio, its locality, 272, 397
“Whether or no,” 356
Yeomen of the Guard, 86
Adams (Rev. Henry), M.A., his biography, 387, 417,
478,499
Adams (Col. William Henry), his biography, 167
Addy (S.O.) on Hastler land, 466
“Sans Paviours,” 148
Alba Columba on Furye family, 68
Albacini (Carlo), Italian sculptor, 369, 495
Albini family, 268
Aldgate or Aldersgate, 488
Aldred (H. W.) on Cope family, 187
Ale-dagger, its meaning, 387, 436, 494
Alexander the Great, his age, 25
Alfred (King), his works, 347, 438,474
Alger (J. G.) on Sir George Barclay, 285
Newspaper cutting agencies, 65
Alice on rhymed deeds, 233
“Laborare est orare,” 147
Wedding wreaths, 333
Allen (S.) on Lucy of Leinster, 274
Alphabet, Christ Cross or Criss-cross, 428
Altar=Communion table, 168, 254, 397
Alvernus, Mount, its locality, 110, 197
America, first English theatrical company in, 65

American on the slave trade, 373
Ana, early titles ending in, 92
Anderson (P. J.) on Glasgow University mace, 278
Angelo (Domenico), fencing master, 187,213, 274
Angelus bell, mid-day, 323, 450
Angus (G.) on Mount Alvernus, 198
‘Becket' at the Lyceum, 164,275
Castle, heraldic, 474
“Curse of Scotland,” 453
Golden Rose, 477
Lamb (Charles) as a ritualist, 176
Reeds for writing, 311
St. Michael's Feast, 317
Salisbury Missal, 114
Wedding wreaths, 333
Windy Sheet, Feast of the, 337
Animals, marine, in northern latitudes, 469
Anne (Princess), regiment named after, 74
Annesley family, 305
Anon. on Devizes, 449
Devon cows, 185
Maccabees, Books of 169
Rousseau (J. J.) and Parker, 209

Anonymous Works:—

Alleged Decline of Science, 206
British Knight Errant, 469
From Oxford to Rome, 207, 272,294
Life of Ambrose Gwinett, 56, 116
Low Life, 23, 151
Old-fashion Farmer's Motives, 309
Piromides, The, 285
Rattlin the Reefer, 73
Recollections of Rugby, 48, 138
Rook the Robber, 229
Simple Cobbler of Aggawam, 394
Traitor, The, a tragedy, 71
Whole Duty of Man, 46
Anson (Lord), lion-head of the Centurion, 144
Anson's ‘Voyage round the World, 447
‘Antagonism,' lecture entitled, 228, 252
Apperson (G. L.) on Barclay's ‘English Dictionary,’
476

“Boxing Harry,” 237

Chelsea coffee-house, 235
Appleby on Scotch church at Campwire, 411
Apprenticeship indentures, 467
Arbatel, its etymology, 114
Archer family, 408,491
Archilochus and the eclipse of the sun, 466
Ariosto and the British nobility, 445
Arkwright (G. E. P.) on George Kirbye and “Tri-

umphs of Oriana,’ 207

Armeria, plant-name, 487
Arm-gaunt, its etymology, 372
“Arms of Lionel,” its meaning, 468
Armstrong (T. P.) on derivation of influenza, 335
Army totems, British, 407, 475
'Arry on “Zoo” and “Zoology,” 374
Arsenic, poisoning by, 189,296
“Arthur, King of England,” at Innsbruck, 471
Article in periodical sought, 312
Ash family of Yorkshire, 448
Ashamement, a new word, 264
Ashton (Sir Ralph), Sheriff of Yorks, 1472-3, 247

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B. (A. G.) on Welsh songs, 152
Totems in British army, 475
B. (A. S.) on Hablot surname, 348
B. (A. W.) on “Dammer,” 330
Grammar, Post Office, 248
B. (C. C.) on camel proverb, 232
Charters (Col.), 417
Coffee, early references to, 248
Crank, its meanings, 133, 197
Curtis (Alderman), 295
Death, its cause, 155
Flowers on graves, 314
Gelert in India, 153
Gem folk-lore, 313
Gray (T.), his ‘Bard,' 15
Hariole, new verb, 86, 217
“In Memoriam,' its metre, 337
Leroy's purgative, 116
Loosestrife, plant-name, 337
Lyly (John), his “Euphues,’ 366
M.A., “commenced,” 494
Maize, its native country, 348
May-Day custom, 476
Mistake: Mistaken, 19, 390 o
Poets in a thunderstorm, 95,231
Rose, damask, 149
Shakspeariana, 285
Sight, second, 307
Spinning, old English, 411
Telephonic message, 394
Thorn, holy, 177
Trees, oldest, 312
Urian, Christian name, 311 |
B. (G. F. R.) on Barnard family, 411
‘Chambers's London Journal,” 234
Fathers of House of Commons, 34
Hoppus (E.), 288

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B. (G. F. R.) on Lord Jeffreys, 17
Leeds (Francis, fifth Duke of), 267
Littlehales (Sir Edward), 56
Onslow (Arthur), 167
Onslow (George), 289
Onslow (Thomas, Earl of), 289
Fortraits wanted, 36
Robinson (Sir Thomas), 427
Seal, Great, 267
B. (J. A.) on church brasses, 153
B. (J. C. M.) on Blow family, 8.
B. (J. L.) on old token, 209
B. (J. T.) on French prisoners of war, 72
Pie: Tart, 116
Waverley novels, 467
B. (R. E.) on Johnstone family, 152
B. (W. C.) on “Babies in the eyes,” 413
Beverley sanctuary, 106
Bray, vicar of, 278
Catalani (Angelica), 272
“Dictionary of National Biography,’ 183
Events, five astounding, 171
Funeral by women, 257
Gent (Thomas), 213
Lamb (Charles), 132
Magazines, school and college, 256
Prayers, mistake in reading, 272
Sugar-plums, 490
Tennyson (Lord), 226
Tithe barns, 16
Verlucio, its locality, 148,331
B. (W. W.) on George Robins, 358
“Babies in the eyes,” use of the metaphor, 181,413,
474
Bachelors' Door
296
Bacon (Francis), Baron Verulam, and “Baugh” and
-- May,” 17
Bacteriology, modern, its founder, 384
Badges, clan, 328
Bagnall (J.) on heraldic castle, 474
Heraldry, novelty in, 437
St. Clement's Day, 158
St. Thomas's Day, 417
Sparling=spratt, 96
Swan, silver, 417
Tippins family, 376
Tithe barns, 435
Trout, its plural, 416
Wroth money, 457
Bagpipes, Lincolnshire, 13
Baily (J.) on relics of Christ, 297
JBaldock (G. Y.) on “Hariole,” the verb, 154
Translator=cobbler, 115
Wiggin, its meaning, 153
Bale (Sackville), his collections, 32; his biography,
32, 95
Ball (Sir Alexander John), his biography, 184
Ballet, rainbow, its conception, 286
Bangor, Preston Candover, Hants, 248
Baptisms by laymen, their registration, 448
Barclay (Sir George), his biography, 285
Barclay (Rev. James), his “English Dictionary, 428,
476
Bard on Welsh songs, 68

or Porch, in churches, 208,

Barker (T.) on “Dream of Fair Women, 16
Barnard family, 327,411
Barton family, 228, 272
Basire family, 326
Basire (Jacques), engraver, 14
Basque Provinces, pamphlet on, 269
Bath, view of parade at, 368
Batson (H. M.) on Hannah Snell, 77
“Baugh and the May,” in old prophecy, 17
Bayne (T.) on Alexander the Great, 25
Dallom-Lee, its locality, 308
Erewhile, 407
“In Memoriam,' its metre, 430
Jagg, a provincialism, 214
Lamlash, its locality, 266
Lockhart (John G.), 35
Newton (John), 312
Poets in a thunderstorm, 175
Poets Laureate, 131
Scotch, Lowland, 306
Trout, its plural, 366
Woodpecker, poetical reference to, 386
Wordsworth (W.), his “Dame,” 14
Beaconsfield (Lord), bibliography, 321, 361, 401, 443,
482
Bean (W. W.) on parliamentary elections before 1832,
63, 301, 463
Beaulieu on Col. W. H. Adams, 167
Adams (Rev. Henry), 387
Barnard family, 327
Pocock (Charles Montagu), 488
Beauty versus plainness, 72, 94, 133
Beazeley (A.) on parish eke-names, 252
Hearts, historic, 193
Becket (Thomas à), his descendants, 127, 215; hymn
sung before his murder, 164, 216, 275
Beelzebub on Hell Fire Club, 334
Belcher (H. E.) on “Dumble,” 447
Belfry custom, curious, 462
Belinda, the name, 66, 225
Bell foundry at Whitechapel, 78
Bell (Dr.), his sandb 188, 232
Bells, voices in, 52; chimes of Ware, 69, 172; silver
in, 105, 175, 269, 432; their use, circa 1602, 145;
Angelus, 323, 450; passing, 408; from Quimper,
Normandy, 467; Roman, 485
Belt given to Indians, 309
Belt of Chastity, Nuremberg Collection, 225
Benese (Sir Richard), or Benet, 187,279
Benet (Sir Richard), or Benese, 187,279
Benham (W.) on “From Oxford to Rome,' 294
Bennet (N.) on Bp. Warburton's ‘Shakespear,’ 141,
203, 262
Beresford (D.R.P.) on Mitchell family, 127
Berkshire topography, 128
Berkshire villages in ‘Kenilworth,’ 26
Bernher(Austin), rector of Southam, 148, 237
Berwick (E. L. A.) on Curran and Overbury, 68
Bethune coat of arms. See Earl of Lindsay.
Beverley, its sanctuary church, 106
Bible, Books of the bees, 169,236; Barker and
Bill's black-letter Testament, 1642,286; Testament
of Oct. 27, 1548, 306; 1 Sam. v. 4, “Stump of
Dagon,” 365; Tyndale's New Testament, 369, 456
Bibliographical, early instances of the word, 92

Bibliography:— Black (W. G.) on “Let us walk down Fleet Street,”

Alfred (King), 347, 438,474
Beaconsfield (Lord), 321, 361, 401, 443, 482
Biblical, 169, 236, 286, 306, 369, 456
Books, printed in Trissino type, 29, 110; large
and small paper copies, 128, 237; written in
prison, 172
“Children of the Chapel, 227, 275, 317
“Children's Garland," 48, 135
“Chronicles of Eri,’ 489
Commines (Philip de), 247
‘Confederation of Kilkenny,’ 347, 417
Cowper (William), 363
Cozens (Z.), 8, 94, 454
* Dictes and Sayings of the Philosophers,’ 347
Eland (William), 48, 250
‘Garden of the Soul,” 489
Gillray (James), 187
Gladstone (Rt. Hon. W. E.), 1, 41, 135,214,329,
452
Goethe (J. W. von), 187, 356
Henderson's (E. F.) “Documents of the Middle
Ages,’ 18
“Imitatio Christi, 9, 92
Jacobite literature, 328
Keble (John), 109,138, 195
Lee (Nathaniel), 66, 117
Lowell (James Russell), 83
Magazines, school and college, 256
Martin (Robert Montgomery), 408, 477, 499
“Mayor of Wigan,’ 118, 134
Molière (J. B. P. de), 10, 170
Navigation, 223
“Notes and Queries,” local, 73
Office or hours of the Blessed Virgin, 37
“Omerifican "Testaments, 127, 191
St. Labre, his ‘Life,’ 89
Shakspearian, 9, 170
“Shepherd's Farewell,’ 167
“Shepherd's Festival,’ 167
Swift (Dean Jonathan), 28, 115
Taunton, 68
Tennyson (Lord), 8, 57, 93, 206, 215
Thompson (Rev. William), 306
“Universal History,’ 172
Watts (Dr. Isaac), 327
William of Tyre, 88
Bierley (P.) on “As proud as a louse,” 388
Ashamement, 264
Folk-lore of gems, 313
Herring pie, 486
Hoodlumism, its derivation, 449
Oast, its meaning, 134
Sight, second, 412
Bird family, 229
Bird (T.) on “Goodening,” 88
Thorn, holy, 126
‘Birthday of the Year,’ sonnet, 1
Births, quadruple, 308, 352
Bishops, Roman, their oath of subservience, 113
Black for evening wear, 489
Black (W. G.) on ghost miners, 205
Gwinett (Ambrose), 192
Influenza, its derivation, 335
Lee (N.), his ‘Alexander,’ 66

“Old Mortality,” 264

“Paint the town red,” 126

Proverbs, old rewrit, 384

St. Gabriel and the drama, 268

Scotch counties, 331

Warlock and witch, 246
Blackball, used as a substantive, 214
Blackwater, rivers named, 328,453
Blair (Rev. John), LL.D., chronologist, 58,136, 204
“Blanche Compagnie,” first, 57
Blenkinsopp (E. L.) on passing bell, 408

Centre: Sphere, 286

Crank, its meaning, 53

Duologue, 497

Lamb (Charles) as a ritualist, 376

Sight, second, 496

Spinning, old English, 496
Bloundelle-Burton (J.) on “Coals to Newcastle,” 17

Crank, its meanings, 133

“Cross-purposes,” a game, 71

“Eating poor Jack,” 76

Oath of subservience, 113

Oboe, its etymology, 174

Regiment, 33rd, 377

Rose, damask, 150

Samplers, 473

Shakspeare (W.) in Oxford, 73

Slopseller, its meaning, 410

Sugar-plums, 490

Tennyson (Lord), his ‘Crossing the Bar,’ 137, 357

Thorn, holy, 177, 255

Waite (George), 298 |

Zoo =Zoological Gardens, 96
Blow family, 8, 57
Boase (G. C.) on Lord Chief Baron Nicholson, 3

“Rook the Robber,’ 229
Boddington (R.S.) on Dodwell family, 477

Goodenough family, 368
Boger (C.G.) on “Hospitale Conversorum,” 209, 374

Marriage, royal, 466

Thorn, holy, 255
Boileau (Nicholas), his ‘Satires,’ 72
Bolland (W.C.) on “Babies in the eyes,” 181
Bonaparte (Napoleon), the violet an emblem of his.

dynasty, 165, 338

Bone=steal, 32, 117
Bone (J. W.) on Angelus bell, 450

Caraccioli's Chapel, 87

“Leash, The,” 368

Wedding and marriage, 304

Yetminster and Ockford, 410
Book margins, equal and unequal, 56
Book plates, portraits as, 81, 129, 210; armorial, 97
Books. See Bibliography.

Books recently published :—
Allen's (G.) Attis of Caius Valerius Catullus, 39;
Science in Arcady, 119
Anderson's (Sir C.) Lincoln Pocket Guide, 180
Baddeley's (St. C.) Queen Joanna of Naples, 340 |
Barine's (A.) Bernardin de St. Pierre, 330
Barker (G. F. R.) and Stenning's Westminster -
School Register, 99 -
Barrett's (C. R. B.) Essex, 35

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Books recently published:—

Basse's (W.) Poetical Works, edited by R. W.
Bond, 279
Bodleian Facsimile Reprints, 199
Book Prices Current, Vol. VI., 219
Box's (C.) Elegies and Epitaphs, 160
Bright's (J. W.) Gospel of St. Luke in Anglo-
Saxon, 259
Broad Norfolk, 260
Browning's (R.) Life of Strafford, 119
Brushfield's (T. N.) All Saints', East Budleigh, 99
Bullen's (A. H.) Stanley's Anacreon, 59
Burns's Poetical Works, edited by G. A. Aitken,
459
Campbell's (D.) Puritan in Holland, England,
and America, 319
Cass's (F. C.) East Barnet, 359
Castle's (E.) English Book-plates, 79
Clifford's (I.G. C.) Descent of Charlotte Compton,
399
Cook's (Capt.) Journal, edited by W. J. L.
Wharton, 399
Coucher Book of Selby, edited by J. T. Fowler,
Vol. II., 420
Cox's (M. R.) Cinderella, 440
Cunningham's (P.) Nell Gwyn, edited by H. B.
Wheatley, 60
Dante's Purgatory, translated by C. L. Shadwell,
159 -
Dictionary of National Biography, 19
Dobson's (A.) Eighteenth Century Vignettes, 119
Dutt's (R. C.) Ancient India, 400
Earwaker's (J.P.) Four Randle Holmes, 219
IElton's (C. J. and M. A.) Great Book Collectors,
219
Epochs of American History, 480
Ferguson's (R. S.) Register of Kirkbiekendall,
300
Ffolliott's (W.) Little Book about Cartmel, 380
Fielding's (C. H.) Malling and its Valley, 380
FitzPatrick's (W. J.) Secret Service under Pitt,
80

Florio's (J.) Essays of Montaigne, 239
Fowler's (T.) History of Corpus Christi College,
Oxford, 339
Frere's (W. H.) Two Centuries of Stepney
History, 500
Garbett's (E.L.) Earl of Rosse's Argument, 220
Gay's Poetical Works, edited by J. Underhill,
399
Gerard's (F.A.) Angelica Kauffman, 420
Gower's (Lord R.) Joan of Arc, 439
Grosart's (A.B.) Bower of Delights, 340
Hamilton's (W.) French Book-plates, 160
Hardy's (W. J.) Book-plates, 419
Hart's (A. B.) Epochs of American History, 180
Heine's (H.) Works, translated by C. G. Leland,
259
Henry's (W.) Upper Lough Erne, edited by Sir
C. S. King, 320
Hester's (G.) Nevill Simmons, 480
Historic Towns: York, by J. Raine, 239
Holbein’s Dance of Death, edited by A. Dobson,

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Books recently published:—

Hutchinson's (J.) Men of Kent, 240
Jessopp's (A.) Studies by a Recluse, 139
Lewis's (H.) Ancient Laws of Wales, 40
London and Middlesex Note-Book, 260
Lynn's (W. T.) Remarkable Comets, 160
Mac Donald's (G.) Poetical Works, 320
M'Knight's (W. H. E.) Lydiard Manor, 440
Macray's (W.D.) Catalogus Codicum Manuscrip-
torum Bibliothecae Bodleianae, 340
Maguth's (S.S.) Fall of Adam, 399
Maisey's (F. C.) Sanchi and its Remains, 179
Marriages, ular and Irregular, 500
Meyer's (K.) Vision of Mac Conglinne, 100
Morfill's (W.R.) Poland, 400
Morley's (H.) English Writers, 89
Northall's (G. F.) English Folk-Rhymes, 419
Notes on Oxfordshire Domesday, 399
Notts and Derbyshire Notes and Queries, 199
Owen's (M.A.) Old Rabbit, 219
Oxford Bible for Teachers, 379
Pepys's Diary, edited by H. B. Wheatley, Vol. I.,

359
Pink's (W. D.) Middleton Family of Denbigh-
shire, 299
Prideaux's (S. T.) Historical Sketch of Book-
binding, 419
Richter's (P. E.) Verzeichniss der Bibliotheken,
239
Robinson's (E. F.) Coffee Houses in England, 319
Robinson's (J. R.) Princely Chandos, 400
Rock's (D.) Hierurgia, edited by W. H. Weale, 40
Ross's (J.) Three Generations of Englishwomen,
79

St. Bartholomew's Hospital Reports, 459

Scott's (Sir W.) Waverley Novels, Border Edition,
60, 140, 199, 279, 379, 459

Scottish Ballad Poetry, 399

Sergeant's (L.) Wyclif, 240

Sharp's (A.M.) History of Ufton Court, 239

Simpson's (W. S.) St. Paul's Cathedral Library,

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479
Smith's (J. E.) St. John the Evangelist, West-
minster, 80
Stebbing’s (T. R. R.) History of Crustacea, 480
Stoke d'Abernon, its Church and Manor, 40
Sweet's (B.) Short English Grammar, 119
Symonds's (J. A.) Walt Whitman, 439
Thompson's (E. M.) Greek and Latin Palaeo-
graphy, 439
Thornely's (J. L.) Brasses of Lancashire and
Cheshire, 479
Tuer's (A. W.) London Street Cries, 100;
Delightful and Strange Designs, 199
Uzanne's (0.) Quais de Paris, 140
Vanbrugh's (Sir John) Works, edited by W. C.
Ward, 319
Waller's (E.) Poems, edited by G. T. Drury, 79
Ward's (B.) History of St. Edmund's College, Old
Hall, 499
White's (H. S.) Deutsche Volkslieder, 380
Women Adventurers, edited by M. M. Dowie, 459
Wordsworth's Poetical Works, edited by E.
Dowden, 100, 420
Worsley's (H.) Dawn of English Reformation, 25;

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