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Marshall (E.) on death warrant, 474

Deity, his attributes, 412
Dictionary desiderata, 453
Diddle, its meanings, 217
Education in the seventeenth century, 215
Ell, its meanings, 416
England, its invasions, 495
Exorcisms, 512
Fable of dogs and kite, 90

* Familiarity breeds contempt,” 216
Flying machines, 233
Fox, its cunning, 396
Hugo (Victor), “Maitre Yvon,” 74
Initials after names, 398
Jews and Edward I., 195
Killegrew (Sir Henry), 274
Kinsmen, use of the word, 314
Legenda Aurea,' 254
“ Lincoln was,” &c., 231
· Lincolnshire Poacher,' 97
Lloyd (Bishop), 171
Mahomet and the mountain, 149
Marriage, impediments to, 216
Mary, Queen of Scots, 255
“ Mature fias senex,” 224
Misquotation, 510
Mort=much, 176
“Natura nihil facit per saltum," 133
Opodeldoc, 316
Orders, seven clerical, 71
Perjury, punishment for, 296
Pinchbeck, its inventor, 437
Poison, mediæval, 477
Portrait, “ Philo Piscator," 48
Prayer, 54
Quignon (Cardinal), his Breviary, 397
Quotations, their verification, 131
Ked Book of the Exchequer, 431
Reference wanted, 12
St. Lawrence, 351
Skeat’s ‘Etymological Dictionary,' 212
“Suaviter in re," 185
“ Sun of Austerlitz,” 211
Swine-suckled, 193
“Untoward event,” 386
• Vice Verså,' 46

Wainewright (T. G ), 353
Marshall (E. H.) on Arndt on Orkney, 92

Books, standard, circa 1820-30, 456
“ Certain age,” 130
Chad pennies, 97
Charles I., his death, 56
Chartist, 273
Church vestments, 252
Clergy and religion, 213
Clive (Lord), 430
Coffins, iron, 516
Confucius and “Shoo,” 96
Cuteness, not an Americanism, 357
Dead men=empty bottles, 131
Defender of the Faith, 328
Delusion, popular, 283
Democracy, 34
Dickens (Charles), his mistakes, 285, 375
Diddle, its meanings, 217
Fanny (Lord), 134

Marshall (E. H.) on “Forty stripes save one,” 263

Friar's lanthorn, 257
Greenbay, its spelling, 333
Hair powder, 376
Herrick (Robert), 436
Jackson and Lloyd (Bishops), 136

Lady of Genoa,” 79
Magazines, Christian, 310
Marriage, impediments to, 216
Mary, Queen of Scots, 74
Omniboats : Electrolier, 466
Pinchbeck, its inventor, 438
Poison, mediæval, 477
St. Christopher, 93
St. Colan, 33
St. Lawrence, 131
Ships, old, 330
Solecisms, singular, 237
Stuart (Sir John), 98
Tennyson queries, 513

Waiters, their dress, 277
Marshall (F. A.) on Mrs. Robinson, 147
Marshall (H.) on “In his buttons," 457

Tweenie, its meaning, 458
Marshall (J.) on alpue, 36

* Arthur of Bradley,' 14
Chante-pleure, 191
Clocks, pendulum, 390
Dickens (Charles), his mistakes, 375
• Diversions of Bruxelles,' 337
Hampton Court guide-books, 278
Kip (J.), engravings by, 192
* Memoirs of Count Grammont,' 393
Mort=much, 153, 176
“ Muncellam lapideam,” 235
Porch, motto for, 214, 518
Riddles on trees, 249
Scarpines, instrument of torture, 218
Spiflicate, origin of the word, 115

Whist, its etymology, 146, 232
Marshall (W. W.) on Roman marriage laws, 70
Marsham (R.) on death of Sir John Narbrough, 502
Marston (J.), • Jack Drum's Entertainment, 285, 473
Martin (sir Theodore) and Dickens, 45, 176, 278
Martyr, his "shirt of fire,” 305, 395
Martyrs, Book of, 446
Mary, Queen of Scots, letter attributed to her, 73,

255 ; early portrait at Hatfield House, 308;
tragedies concerning, 386, 455
Mary, Queen of Scots, a Tragedy,' 241, 369, 493
Maskell (J.) on alinement, 206

Belgian beer, 284
Herrick (Robert), 496
Knighted after death, 174
“Mad as a hatter," 107
Saint's Torment Hill, 213
Vine in England, 321, 476

Walsingham (Sir Francis), 446
Mason (C.) on Kloprogge family, 89

Roberts (John), 488
Mason (Rev. Nicolas), his biography, 78
Mass, error regarding, 506
Masson family, 32
Maund=basket, 139, 215
Maxwell (Sir H.) on oorrespondence, 248

Death warrant, 474

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Maxwell (Sir H.) on R. N. Dunbar, 234

Moule (H. J.) on death bell, 58
Feale Abbey, 476

Hunting horns, 190
Gladstone (Mr.), his accent, 153

Jeffreys (Judge), 214
Heraldic query, 496

Lord's Prayer, standing at, 18
Lavender busb, 272

Rubbings of inscriptions, 313
Pwnterschipe, 392

Mounsey (Dr.). See Monsey.
Vernon, its etymology, 193

Mount (C. B.) on Cheek=impudence, 498
Mayflower, the, pilgrims who sailed in, 72

Choir, its spelling, 267
Mayor, right worshipful, 468

Chouse, origin of the word, 387
Medals: Henry V., 205; City of London, 309; *Notes and Queries,' mistakes in, 406

Westmoreland and Cumberland yeomanry, 467 Muckingtogg=mackintosh, 405, 512
Medicean Stars, 369, 458

Muck-rake, man with, 366
Medusa, The, publication, 193

“Muncellam lapideam,” 107, 235
Mee (A.) on the Achilles, 471

Murch (C. J.) on Salt family, 217
Colours as surnames, 350

Murray (J.), jun., on Indian pale ale, 436
Eclipses, popular notions of, 336

Murray (J. A. H.) on butter-scotch, 137
England, its invasions, 495

Century: Centenary, 36
“Lincoln was,” &c., 231

Chad pennies, 7
Melody, old, 308

Chaffer=chatter, jabber, 7
Melton (Archbishop), his register, 247

Chaise-longue : Chaise-marine, 7
Mercury=wild spinach, 448, 497

Challis=fabric of silk and worsted, 7
Metz, German and French spoken in, 328, 393

Chame, its meaning, 27
Military corps, oldest, 188, 253, 355

“ Chante Pleures," 127
Millard (H. C.) on theatrical print, 69

Charger=horse, 187
Milton (John), his Bible, 253 ; baptismal funt, 324, 454 Chartist, first use of the word, 187
Minch or minsh house, its meaning, 44, 92

Cheat bread, 367
Miniog terms, Scotch, 264, 322

Chedreux, its meaning, 247
Misprints. See Printers' errors.

Cheese-making, 446
Misquotation, 306, 510

Chep of a plough, 407
Missal, misuse of the word, 466

Cherries in England, 367
Mistletoe, kissing under, 487

Chestnut=stale joke, 407
Mob, use of the word, 126

Chevy=chase, 427
Molière (J. B. P. de), English writers on, 31

Children, public school, 467
Mommsen (G.) on Society of Kabbalists, 448

Chymer=ewe lamb, 487
Monkey Island, its locality, 468

Dictionary desiderata, 267
Monsey (Dr. Messenger), his biography, 30

Shanty: Chantier, 127
Montgomery (Rev. James) inquired after, 248 Mus in Urbe on Baron Coleraine, 95
Montresor (Mrs.), daughter of Fielding, 45

Indifferent, 265
Moon-lore, 10

Monsey (Dr. Messenger), 30
Moon-spots, allusion to, 427, 496

Mus Rusticus on Pitshanger, Ealing, 414
Moore (C. T. J.) on quarterings of Sir T. More, 447 Mus Urbanus on William, Lord Russell, 315
William of Orange and Farwell family, 503

Scotch Hall, 237
Moore (D.) on Sbakspeariana, 303

“ Whistling Oyster,” 435
Moore (J.C.) on the Achilles, 471

Myth-mongers, fact for, 324, 433
Device of broken compass, 277

Nor M in Church services, 1.3
Stars and stripes, 328

N. (F.) on 'Gospel of Barnabas,' 464
Mophein (Madame) inquired after, 207

Hamilton (John), 15
More (Hannah) and Langhorne, 387, 514

Skogan (John or Henry), 326
More (Sir Thomas), his quarterings, 447

N. (K.) on St. Liberata, 153
Morgan (Octavius), his death, 120

N. (R. E.) on Charles I., 497
Morland (G.), his Thatcher,' 67; and Reynolds, 188 Chester, West, 116
Morris dancers in Hyde Park, 105

Clayton (Jobn), 76
Morris (J. B.) and the phæoix, 481

* Essays towards the Primitive Language,' 62
Morris (J. B.) on Ainsworth : Cruikshank, 133

Herrington Churchyard, 205
Dickens (Charles) and Sir T. Martin, 278

Kinsmen, 457
Kip (J.), engravings by, 147

Ritson (Joseph), 332
* Library of Fiction,' 228

Rogers (S.), note in his · Italy,' 411
Rowlandson (Thomas), 93, 271, 391, 471

Tom.cat, 109
Skip= basket, 298

Names, local, and Celtic occupation, 52; ending in
Snead, its meaning, 195

daughter, 64 ; initials after, 107, 255, 312, 398; of
Sulgrave Manor, 299

dogs, 144, 269, 374, 462; curious, 145 ; Jewish, 193
• Town an:1 Country Magazine,' 10

Narbrough (Sir John), his death, 502
Mort, in Shakspeare, 2, 182 ; =much, 128, 153, 176 National' newspaper, 147
Mottoes : fur a porch, 107, 214, 373, 467, 518; on Naval songs, 307, 371
houses, 466 ; “Grâce me guide," 520

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Moule (H. J.) on leather coins, 190

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Neilson (G.) on Celtic occupation and local names, 520. on ladies in Parliament, 517
Death bell, 276

0. (F. R.) on Charles I., 252
Dogs, their names, 270

Oath formula, 128
Highlander's promise,” 334

Obertus Barnestapolius, pseudonym, 220
Lot, perfect of " let,” 70

O'Connell (Daniel), notes on J. A. Hamilton's 'Life,'
Playtes : Cogship: Farecost, 254

103 ; bis ' Tour in Ireland,' 173, 411
Primrose path, 116

October and its flowers, 288
Scotch mining terms, 264, 322

Odd-come-shorts, its meaning, 47, 136
Tennyson queries, 513

Ode, its meaning, 348, 498
Year-Books, 212

Odescalchi family arms, 205
Nelson (Horatio, Lord), portrait at Stamboul, 76 Offertory and collection, their difference, 227, 313
Nemo on Dr. Guillotin, 230

Officious and official, 65
Nerot's Hotel, its locality, 67

Ohthere, incident in his voyage, 44
Neville family, co. Notts, 489

Oldfield (J.) on “Make up his mouth," 38
Neville (Sir Henry), of Billingbear, 48, 151

Oldfield (Jonathan), travelling preacher, 47
New England clergy, honorary Oxford degrees con Oliver (A.) on Flemish brasses, 147
ferred on, 3, 61

Rubbings of inscriptions, 172
• New English Dictionary.' See Philological Society. Omega on Dorchester will, 336
Newell family, co. Devon, 216, 416

Omniboat=steamboat, 466
Newspapers, Scotch, 47, 112, 195; old, 147

Omnibus order in law, 286, 436
Newton (A.) on swans, 415

Once a Week,' its title, 306, 418
Nicholson (B.) on Chapman's ' All Fools,' 47 Onesiphorus on musical taste in birds, 447
• Eastward Ho,' 266

Feale Abbey, 477
*Jack Drum's Entertainment,' 285

Harland (Marion), 376
Shakspeariana, 84, 304, 313, 423

Heraldic queries, 351,
Tom.cat, 109

Highland life in the las entury, 356
“ Whistle in the fist,” 346

Hussar pelisse, 118
Wooden wall =ship, 326

Knighted after death, 98
Nicoll family, 269

Russia, Black, White, and Red, 275
“ Nièce (oncle) à la mode de Bretagne," 447, 515 Opodeldoc, its derivation, 167, 316
Niggers, white, 348

Oral tradition, 324, 433
Niggling, its derivation, 160

Orders, seven clerical, 28, 71
Night-cap stratagem, 48

Orsini family and the rose, 384
Nixon (W.) on George Borrow, 428

Osborne (Humfrey), clock-maker, 487
Nodal (J. H.) on · Birds of Manchester,' 291

Outleet, its meaning, 146, 295
Noel (L.) on engraved portraits, 17

Outram (General), privately printed book by, 13
Nomad on Anythingarians, 195

Out-rider, in Chaucer, 425
Cardinals, names of, 356

Overman's Almshouses, Montague Close, 368
Cromwell family, U.S., 489

Overseer, female, 65
Hamilton (John), 15

Ovid, translations of his . Fasti,' 193
Nothingarian, 187

Owen (E. H.) on Andas, a woman's name, 55
Vernon, its etymology, 71

Lloyd (Bisbop), 172
Nonjurors, marginal notes on, 364, 458

Pedigrees, MS, book of, 136
Nonsense verses, 267

Owen's Weekly Chronicle,' 408, 497
Norcross (J. E.) on a curious blunder, 205

Oxenstjerna (Count Axel), his saying, 6, 131
Byron (Lord), 369

Oxford, books printed at, 130, 209
Hair of the dog that bit you," 174

Oxford and Cambridge Magazine,' 228, 276, 318
Names, curious, 145

Oxford University, Brasen Nose College, 426
Tom.cat, 109

Oxford University degrees, 107, 255, 312, 398
Walker the filibuster, 31, 197

Oxford University degrees conferred on New England
Nore, in place-names, 44, 49, 198, 229

clergy, 3, 61
Norfolk, the country of the Boleyns, 202

P. (E.) on Prince Adalbert of Prussia, 419
Norgate (F.) on Sarum Missal, 15

Bookbinding, 148
Norman (P.) on long tenure of vicarage, 232

Charlemagne (Emperor), 247
Northamptonshire bell-founder, 309, 490

Southern Cross, American order, 173
Norwich, pamphlet relating to, 266

P. (G.) on Charles Blair, 353
• Notes and Queries,' mistakes in, 406 ; note on, 426 ; York (Duke of), bust of, 207
error in Index to Sixth Series, 415

P. (P.) on names of dogs, 270
Nothingarian, origin of the epithet, 187

St. Ermin's Hill, Westminster, 131
Novel, first serial, 93

Tom.cat, 110
Novel, its title, 15, 55, 98

P. (R.) on Jeanne de Castille, 518
November 5th, exemptions on, 401, 491

P. (R. C. A.) on bay berries, 188
Noy (Attorney-General), temp. Charles I., 247, 297 Posts at cross roads, 269
Noye (W.) on Dane's skin, 253

P. (W.) on Japanese furniture, 66
Nynd=nigh-hand, 66, 174

Swift (Dean) to Stella, 88
0. on Dicey, 412

P. (W. F.) on lords of James II., 216

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P. (W. F.on 'Oxford and Cambridge Magazine,' 228 Peninsular army, chaplains in, 188
Page (J. T.) on 'Curious Dance,' 471

Peninsular War and the 92nd Foot, 368, 512
Painting, anonymous, 327

Penn (William), his portraits, 245, 335
Pairing, parliamentary, 409

Penny, English silver coin, 148, 218
Pal= friend, 140

Penny (C. W.) on title of novel, 15
Palgrave (W. G.), story about, 384

Penny (E. L.) on costume of women in church, 514
Palm Sunday called Fig Sunday, 50.

Pens, first steel, 57, 115
Palmer (A. S.) on religious anointing, 189

Percival (C. H. S.) on names in De Banco Roll, 327
English Dialect Dictionary,' 346

“ Muncellam lapideam,” 107
Palmer (F. D.) on old ships, 330

Percy on worsen and worsened, 331
Pamphlet, its derivation, 261, 432

Percy (Hugh, Earl), bis portrait in Guildhall, 308
* Papa's Letter,' a poem, 408, 458

Perjury punished by death, 169, 296
Papist and Protestant, 1716-31, 361, 331, 401, 422, Pertinax on Irish exports in 1847, 29
463, 515

Lord's Prayer, standing at, 312
Papworth (W.) on Lindsey House, 18

Petroleum, early use of the word, 111
Parallel passages, 346, 426, 445

Pewter, its manufacture, 78
Parish register, extract from, 37, 171, 257

Phil or Philo, Greek derivative, 24
Parish (W. D.) on · Arthur of Bradley,' 173

Philological Society, its 'New English Dictionary,'
Parkin or parken, a cake, 448, 514

38, 89, 137, 347
Parliament, ladies in, 405, 517

Phiz. See Hablót Knight Browne.
Parliamentary pairing, 409

Phænix, last believer in, 481
Parodies : ''Twas whispered in Heaven,'110 ; Scott's Phonograph anticipated, 125, 253
poem9, 127, 254 ; modern poets, 387

Physique, English use of the word, 248, 413
Parry (William), allusion to, 468

Piastre, its value, 71, 335
Partington (E.) on Curlliana, 4

Pickford (J.) on battle of Agincourt, 444
Pastels or pastils, 461

Bell bibliography, 294
Paston Letters, their MSS., 43

Boleyns, visit to their country, 202
Paterson (A.) on Chartist, 432

• Brussels Gazette,'31
Patrick, barometer-maker, 428

Burns (Robert), his 'Poems,'275
Patrick (Simon), verses by, 288, 416

Century: Centenary, 217
Patterson (R. S.) on Caschielawis, 74

Chaffer=chatter, 251
Coins, leather, 64

• Commissioner, The,' 111, 234
Patterson (W. H.) on “Bow Wow Wow," 483

Cruso (Robinson), 138
Flint flakes, 489

Dante, quotation from, 486
Payen-Payne (De V.) on General Outram, 13

Dead men=empty bottles, 238
Southern Cross, American order, 33

' Familiarity breeds contempt,” 332
Peace of 1642, 226, 295

Friar's lanthorn, 338
Peacock, brass Persian, 408, 458

Garrick (David), 74
Peacock (E.) on Robert Burton, 443

Garrick (Mrs.), 305
Canteen, its derivation, 370

Hackman (James), 212
Century : Centenary, 154

Harcourt (Lord Chancellor), 236
Charles I., bis death, 56

Hobart (Henrietta), Countess of Suffolk, 366
Chartist, 273

Jackson (Bishop), 198
Clergy, their marriage, 77

“ Lame Dog,” a tavern sign, 154
Coal, story about, 223

Lord's Prayer, standing at, 116, 353
Coroners and church wardens, 56

Mason (Rev. Nicolas), 78
Dickens (Cbarles), 478

Melody, old, 308
Fairfax (Lord), epitaph on, 355

Mort = much, 153
Field-names, Yorkshire, 417

Penal code, English, 124
Friar's lanthorn, 257

Penn (William), 335
Harleian Society, 456

Pitt (William), 338
Knighted after death, 174

Pope (A.), bicentenary commemoration, 504
November 5th, 404

Royalist and Cromwellian colours, 318
Posts at cross roads, 337

Siddons (Mrs. Sarah), 369, 493
St. Colan, 33

Ficton (Sir J. A.) on Continental, 296
Sexes divided in church, 315

Cotmanhay, place-name, 377
Trottoir, French word, 91

• Count Lucanor,' 354
Pearls, secret for making. 125, 371

Daughter, its derivation, 511
Pedant on Stroud as a place-name, 516

Gladstone (Mr.), his accent, 210
Pedigrees, MS. book of, 136

Gravestones, slate, 414
Peebles or Peables family, 209

Lancashire dialect, 224
Pegg or Pegge family, 267

Ludgersball, place-Dame, 397
Peirson family, 113

Metz, French or German, 393
Peirson (Major Francis), memorial inscription, 186 “Muncellam lapideam," 235
Penal code, English, its severity, 124

Skikelthorpe, 290
Pencil marks, their restoration, 429

Wetherby surname, 414

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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
Hanbam (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 mediæval, 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 Buurse, 447

Bell literature, 295

Norwich, pamphlet relating tn, 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 (I.), 45, 368
Southerne, lyric poet, 306

Prince (C. L.) on Kirk grims, 349

Medicean Stars, 453
Print, old theatrical, 69, 158
Printers' errors, 205
Printing, early, in double columns, 226
Programme, its spelling, 446
Pronunciation, provincial, 284, 415
Protestant and Papist, 1716-31, 361, 381, 401, 422,

463, 515
Protestants, Roman Catholic, 148
Proverb defined, 449
Proverbs and Phrases :-

Age : Of a certain age, 36, 130, 274
Blood is thicker than water, 50
Buttons : In his buttons, 365, 457
Cerberus : Sop to Cerberus, 333, 493
Château qui parle, femme qui écoute, 247
Cheese : That's the cheese, 267, 453
Chew the rag, 38
Cumberland, 149
Dead men=empty bottles, 38, 131, 238
Double honded, an' treble tbroited, 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, 224,412
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

Washington family, 317
Primrose and Lord Beaconsfield, 56, 116
“ Primrose path,” the phrase, 49, 116

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

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

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