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Supplement to the Notes

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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 Campvire, 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 Ralpb), Sheriff of Yorks, 1472-3, 247

Astarte on church houses, 58

Decalogue, 116
Derivation, mistaken, 46
Eliot (George), 352
· Fray-bug,” 383
Golden Rose, 476
· Hellbrand," 286
Heraldry, novel notions of, 366
Penal laws, 188
Ripon spurs, 238
St. Victor, 218
Scotch countiès, 229

Thorn, holy, 177
At,” following "smell ” and “ feel,” 12
Atkinson family, 48
Atkinson (J. T.) on judges' robes, 312
Atkyns family of Ketteringham Hall, Norfolk, 72
Attwell (H.) on Châlet,” 114

Crow and rook, 396

Week-end : Tripper, 385
Auguillon (Robert), temp. Henry III., 327, 372
Aust family and name, 409
‘Austrian Army,' alliterative poem, 68, 94
“Availed of,” in passive sense, 35
Avis on wedding wreaths, 229, 418
Axon (W. E. A.) on Gelert in India, 25

B
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
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

B. (G. F. R.) on Lord Jeffreys, 17

Barker (T.) on 'Dream of Fair Women,' 16
Leeds (Francis, fifth Duke of), 267

Barnard family, 327, 411
Littlehales (Sir Edward), 56

Barton family, 228, 272
Onslow (Arthur), 167

Basire family, 326
Onslow (George), 289

Basire (Jacques), engraver, 14
Onslow (Thomas, Earl of), 289

Basque Provinces, pamphlet on, 269
Portraits wanted, 36

Bath, view of parade at, 368
Robinson (Sir Thomas), 427

Batson (H. M.) on Hannah Snell, 77
Seal, Great, 267

Baugh and the May,” in old prophecy, 17
B. (J. A.) on church brasses, 153

Bayne (T.) on Alexander the Great, 25
B. (J. C. M.) on Blow family, 8.

Dallom-Lee, its locality, 308
B. (J. L.) on old token, 209

Erewbile, 407
B. (J. T.) on French prisoners of war, 72

In Memoriam,' its metre, 430
Pie : Tart, 116

Jagg, a provincialism, 214
Waverley novels, 467

Lamlash, its locality, 266
B. (R. E.) on Johnstone family, 152

Lockhart (John G.), 35
B. (W. C.) on “Babies in the eyes,” 413

Newton (John), 312
Beverley sanctuary, 106

Poets in a thunderstorm, 175
Bray, vicar of, 278

Poets Laureate, 131
Catalani (Angelica), 272

Scotch, Lowland, 306
'Dictionary of National Biography,' 183

Trout, its plural, 366
Events, five astounding, 171

Woodpecker, poetical reference to, 386
Funeral by women, 257

Wordsworth (W.), his “ Dame," 14
Gent (Thomas), 213

Beaconsfield (Lord), bibliography, 321, 361, 401, 443,
Lamb (Charles), 132

482
Magazines, school and college, 256

Bean (W. W.) on parliamentary elections before 1832,
Prayers, mistake in reading, 272

63, 301, 463
Sugar-plums, 490

Beaulieu on Col. W. H. Adams, 167
Tennyson (Lord), 226

Adams (Rev. Henry), 387
Tithe barns, 16

Barnard family, 327
Verlucio, its locality, 148, 331

Pocock (Charles Montagu), 488
B. (W. W.) on George Robins, 358

Beauty versus plainness, 72, 94, 133
“Babies in the eyes,” use of the metaphor, 181, 413, Beazeley (A.) on parish eke-names, 252
474

Hearts, historic, 193
Bachelors' Door or Porch, in churches, 208, Becket (Thomas à), his descendants, 127, 215; hymn
296

sung before his murder, 164, 216, 275
Bacon (Francis), Baron Verulam, and “ Baugh” and Beelzebub on Hell Fire Club, 334
May," 17

Belcher (H. E.) on “ Dumble,” 447
Bacteriology, modern, its founder, 384

Belfry custom, curious, 462
.Badges, clan, 328

Belinda, the name, 66, 225
Bagnall (J.) on heraldic castle, 474

Bell foundry at Whitechapel, 78
Heraldry, novelty in, 437

Bell (Dr.), his sandbags, 188, 232
St. Clement's Day, 158

Bells, voices in, 52; chimes of Ware, 69, 172; silver
St. Thomas's Day, 417

in, 105, 175, 269, 432; their use, circa 1602, 145 ;
Sparling = spratt, 96

Angelus, 323, 450 ; passing, 408; from Quimper,
silver, 417

Normandy, 467 ; Roman, 485
Tippins family, 376

Belt given to Indians, 309
Tithe barns, 435

Belt of Chastity, Nuremberg Collection, 225
Trout, its plural, 416

Benese (Sir Richard), or Benet, 187, 279
Wroth money, 457

Benet (Sir Richard), or Benese, 187, 279
Bagpipes, Lincolnshire, 13

Benham (W.) on 'From Oxford to Rome,' 294
Baily (J.) on relics of Christ, 297

Bennet (N.) on Bp. Warburton's • Shakespear,' 141,
Baldock (G. Y.) on “ Hariole,” the verb, 154

203, 262
Translator=cobbler, 115

Beresford (D. R. P.) on Mitchell family, 127
Wiggin, its meaning, 153

Berkshire topography, 128
Bale (Sackville), his collections, 32; his biography, Berkshire villages in Kenilworth,' 26
32, 95

Bernher (Austin), rector of Southam, 148, 237
Ball (Sir Alexander John), his biography, 184 Berwick (E. L. A.) on Curran and Overbury, 68
Ballet, rainbow, its conception, 286

Bethune coat of arms. See Earl of Lindsay.
Bangor, Preston Candover, Hante, 248

Beverley, its sanctuary church, 106
Baptisms by laymen, their registration, 448

Bible, Books of the Maccabees, 169, 236 ; Barker and
Barclay (Sir George), his biography, 285

Bill's black-letter Testament, 1642, 286; Testament
Barclay (Rev. James), his 'English Dictionary,' 428, of Oct. 27. 1548, 306; 1 Sam. v. 4, "Stump of
476

Dagon,” 365 ; Tyndale's New Testament, 369, 456
Bard on Welsh songs, 68

Bibliographical, early instances of the word, 92

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Bibliography :

Black (W. G.) on “Let us walk down Fleet Street," 488
Alfred (King), 347, 438, 474

Old Mortality,' 264
Beaconsfield (Lord), 32), 361, 401, 443, 482

“Paint the town red," 126
Biblical, 169, 236, 286, 306, 369, 456

Proverbs, old rewrit, 384
Books, printed in Trissino type, 29, 110 ; large St. Gabriel and the drama, 268

and small paper copies, 128, 237 ; written in Scotch counties, 331
prison, 172

Warlock and witch, 246
Children of the Chapel,' 227, 275, 317

Black ball, used as a substantive, 214
• Children's Garland,' 48, 135

Blackwater, rivers named, 328, 453
• Chronicles of Eri,' 489

Blair (Rev. John), LL.D., chronologist, 58, 136, 204
Commines (Philip de), 247

· Blanche Compagnie,” first, 57
Confederation of Kilkenny,' 347, 417

Blenkinsopp (E. L.) on passing bell, 408
Cowper (William), 363

Centre : Sphere, 286
Cozens (Z.), 8, 94, 454

Crank, its meaning, 53
• Dictes and Sayings of the Philosophers,' 347 Duologue, 497
Eland (William), 48, 250

Lamb (Charles) as a ritualist, 376
• Garden of the Soul,' 489

Sight, second, 496
Gillray (James), 187

Spinning, old English, 496
Gladstone (Rt. Hon. W. E.), 1, 41, 135, 214, 329, Bloundelle-Burton (J.) on “Coals to Newcastle,” 17
452

Crank, its meanings, 133
Goethe (J. W. von), 187, 356

“ Cross-purposes,” a game, 71
Henderson's (E. F.) Documents of the Middle Eating poor Jack,” 76
Ages,'18

Oath of subservience, 113
*Imitatio Christi,' 9, 92

Oboe, its etymology, 174
Jacobite literature, 328

Regiment, 33rd, 377
Keble (John), 109, 138, 195

Rose, damask, 150
Lee (Nathaniel), 66, 117

Samplers, 473
Lowell (James Russell), 83

Shakspeare (W.) in Oxford, 73
Magazines, school and college, 256

Slopseller, its meaning, 410
Martin (Robert Montgomery), 408, 477, 499

Sugar-plums, 490
•Mayor of Wigan,' 118, 134

Tennyson (Lord), his Crossing the Bar,'137, 357
Molière (J. B. P. de), 10, 170

Thorn, holy, 177, 255
Navigation, 223

Waite (George), 298
*Notes and Queries,' local, 73

Zoo=Zoological Gardens, 96
Office or hours of the Blessed Virgin, 37

Blow family, 8, 57
“Omerifican” Testaments, 127, 191

Boase (G. C.) on Lord Chief Baron Nicholson, 3
St. Labre, his 'Life,' 89

• Rook the Robber,' 229
Shakspearian, 9, 170

Boddington (R. S.) on Dodwell family, 477
‘Shepherd's Farewell,' 167

Goodenough family, 368
"Shepherd's Festival,' 167

Boger (C. G.) on “Hospitale Conversorum," 209, 374
Swift (Dean Jonathan), 28, 115

Marriage, royal, 466
Taunton, 68

Thorn, holy, 255
Tennyson (Lord), 8, 57, 93, 206, 215

Boileau (Nicholas), his 'Satires,' 72
Thompson (Rev. William), 306

Bolland (W. C.) on Babies in the eyes," 181
• Universal History,' 172

Bonaparte (Napoleon), the violet an emblem of his.
Watts (Dr. Isaac), 327

dynasty, 165, 338
William of Tyre, 88

Bone=steal, 32, 117
Bierley (P.) on “ As proud as a louse,” 388

Bone (J. W.) on Angelus bell, 450
Ashamement, 264

Caraccioli's Chapel, 87
Folk-lore of gems, 313

* Leash, The,” 368
Herring pie, 486

Wedding and marriage, 304
Hoodlumism, its derivation, 449

Yetminster and Ockford, 410
Oast, its meaning, 134

Book margins, equal and unequal, 56
Sight, second, 412

Book plates, portraits as, 81, 129, 210; armorial, 97
Bird family, 229

Books. See Bibliography.
Bird (T.) on Goodening,” 88
Thorn, holy, 126

Books recently published :-
' Birthday of the Year,' sonnet, 1

Allen's (G.) Attis of Caius Valerius Catullus, 39;-
Births, quadruple, 308, 352

Science in Arcady, 119
Bishops, Roman, their oath of subservience, 113

Anderson's (Sir C.) Lincoln Pocket Guide, 180
Black for evening wear, 489

Baddeley's (St. C.) Queen Joanna of Naples, 340
Black (W. G.) on ghost miners, 205

Barine's (A.) Bernardin de St. Pierre, 320
Gwinett (Ambrose), 192

Barker (G. F. R.) and Stenning's Westminster
Influenza, its derivation, 335

School Register, 99
Lee (N.), his ' Alexander,' 66

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
Elton'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,
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,

79
Holder's (C. F.) Louis Agassiz, 459

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 Bibliothecæ Bodleianæ, 340
Maguth's (S. S.) Fall of Adam, 399
Maisey's (F. C.) Sanchi and its Remains, 179
Marriages, Regular and Irregular, 500
Meyer's (K.) Vision of Mac Conglinne, 100
Morfill's (W. R.) Poland, 400
Morley's (H.) English Writers, 39
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 English women,

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,

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 (8.) Short English Grammar, 119
Symonds's (J. A.) Walt Whitman, 439
Thompson's (E. M.) Greek and Latin Palæo-

graphy, 439
Thornely's (J. L.) Brasses of Lancashira 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, 259

399

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Bookshelves, best, 145

Buckingham Palace, " The Queen's Palace," 108
Boswell (R. B.) on " Exceptio probat regulam,” 409 Bullen (M. W.) on Girton court rolls, 128
Both, with a verb singular, 85

Bullets, golden, 12
Bouchier (J.) on Ariosto and the British nobility, 445 Bunratty, co. Clare, its siege, 113, 374
Bells, voices in, 52

Burial by torchlight, 226, 338, 455
Brouette, its meaning, 27

Burion (C.) on England described by foreigners, 347
Cephisus and the Ilissus, 303

Inscriptions on poor.boxes, 228
Children's Garland,' 135

Macaroni Latin, 449
Death, its cause, 355

'Notes and Queries,' German, 492
Editors, their reputation, 276, 393

Steinfeld, 89
Eke-names, parish, 132

Vienna press and Louis XVI., 324
Horses, wild, 172

Burke (Edmund) and Catherine Macaulay, 113
Kingsley (C.), his last lines, 372

Burns (Robert), pictures founded on his poems, 11,
Language, accurate, 310

196; portraits, 29, 95, 151
Moore (Nelly), 15

Burton (John), antiquary and physician, 225
Newton (John), 250

Busby, its origin, 31, 171, 374
Parodies, foreign, 108

Butchers'-leap, Shrove Tuesday custom, 368
Primrose, cowslip, and oxlip, in French, 245 Butler (J. D.) on “Brouette,” 251
Scott (Sir W.) as a “ quotable” poet, 184

Eyes, glass, 108
Shakspeare (W.), French critic on, 158

Hinde (Joseph), 268
Sonnet, sonnets on, 98

“Quot linguas calles," 66
Sugar-plums, 407

Silver in bells, 432
Whitechapel needles, 138

Trumbull (John), 398
Bourke (Theobald, third Viscount), his wife, 307, 337 Virtues, cardinal, 385
Bow Street runners, 325

Butler (W.) on D. Angelo, 187
Bowes (Sir Jerome) at the Russian Court, 250
Bowles (G.) on Kimbolton Castle, 152

C
Tennyson (Lord), 147

C. on Alice Fitz Alan, 316
Bracebridge Hall, its original, 273, 412

Jacobite not Williauite, 307
Bradbury (R. T.) on Poems by Two Brothers,' 326 Wiggin, its meaning, 317
Tennyson (Lord), lines by, 294

C. (B. L. R.) on Robert, Duke of Normandy, 408
Bradford (Benjamin), of Charmouth, his monument, 108 C. (C. W.) on Shakspeariana, 284
Bradford (J. G.) on Benjamin Bradford, 108

C. (E. W.) on Eliza's Choice,' 188
Bradley (H.) on “Fargood,” 347

House= living room, 449
Brains in one's belly, 387

C. (F.) on “Lucy of Leinster,” 109
Brandy called “fine Champagne," 265, 396

C. (G. E.) on Sir John Mennes, 256
Brasses in churches, their preservation, 26, 117, 153 C. (J.) on Moreton family, 7
Brawn, celebrated cook, 68

Vayne Castle, 76
Bray, its vicar in 1715, 206, 278

C. (J. J.) on Duke of Leeds, 318
Brent Hill saying, 209, 433

Zouch (Thomas and Henry), 198
Brewer (E. C.) on Availed of,” 35

C. (T. W.) on river Blackwater, 328
Bone=steal, 32

Cadwallader and his goats, 78
Brent Hill saying, 433

Cæsar (Julius), his sword, 118
Gee! Wo!" 55

Calder (A.) on followers of Bruce, 86
Ventre-saint-gris," 354

Rose family of Kilravock, 142, 393
Zolaesque, new word, 115, 411

Calvinism, rhyme on, 428, 475
Brian Boroimhe, King of Ireland, his pedigree, 327 Campbell (Sir Roger), 109
Bridge and culvert, their difference, 248, 376, 418 Campion (Miss), her biography, 68
Brighton, history in pottery at, 43, 61

Campvire Church, Holland, 411
Briscoe (J. P.) on “Sing old Rose,” 77

Canary bird," an opprobrious term, 395, 472
Bronze, how to darken, 69, 138

Capital punishment in France, 148
Brooke (Sir Basil), knights of the name, 487

Caraccioli's Chapel, its locality, 87, 157
Brooke (R.) on hippodrome in London, 133

Cardinal virtues. See Virtues.
Brooks (W.) on "Arbate),” 114

Carlyle (Thomas) and Tennyson, 367
Brouette, its meaning, 27, 70, 251

Carte (Thomas), bis biography, 417
Brown (J. R.) on Ambrose Gwinett, 56

Carter (Matt.), his True Relation,' 229
Browne family of the Neale, co. Mayo, 168

Cass (C. W.) on Copplestone family, 134
Browne (J. C.) on Browne family of the Neale, 168 Fermor (Arabella), 212
Brownlow (E. B.) on Shakspeariana, 102

John of Gaunt, 231, 431
Bruce (Robert), his followers, 86, 171

Lady of the Bedchamber, 355
Bruggencate (K. ten) on “Duologue,” 497

M.A., "commenced,” 57
Longfellow (H.), his “Silent Land,' 130

“ Man convinced against his will," 168
Brummagem, earliest use of the word, 106

Member of Parliament, 173
Bruton (Wrey Chichester), last Plantagenet, 166, 193 Vole, its etymology, 274
Bucketing in 1659, 33

Castle, heraldic, 347, 474

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