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* Pugna Porcorum per P. Porcium Poetam,' 200 Quotations :
Pumping-engine company, first, 72, 197

Where the fight is thickest, 269, 419
Punch with two left legs, 206

Whither, ah! whither, is my lost love straying ? 249
Pwnterschipe, its meaning, 308, 392

Willing to serve God so that they did not offend
Quarles family, 225, 373

the devil, 189
Quarter licence, its meaning, 367, 518

Yonder lies our young sea village, 320, 357
Quignon (Cardinal), his Breviary, 123, 397,5:9 Quotations, their verification, 6, 131, 306, 510
Quotations :

R. on slate gravestones, 492
A dreary place this world would be, 69

Leal, the word, 66
A pebble in the streamlet, 209

R. (A.) on religious anecdotes, 87
A woman is only the age she looks, 189, 319

Confucius, 8
Adverbs weaken all the line, 168

Hair powder, 287
All Christians ought to offer, 12, 177

“Natura nihil facit per saltum,” 133
All that was new was false, 85

St. Liberata, 28
Ambition, like a torrent, ne'er looks back, 249 R. (C. H.) on “This is the morn of victory," 407
As for the women, though we scorn and flout R. (C. J.) on Thomas of Monmouth, 368
'em, 58

R. (E.) on names of dogs, 270
Behold this ruin, 'twas a skull, 469

R. (E. C.) on the particle De, 415
Bernardus valles, colles Benedictus amabat, 328 R. (F. N.) on genealogical queries, 347
By the side of a murmuring stream, 449, 499

Rons and Sutherland, 267
Care comes with manhood, 58, 159, 259, 319 R. (G. H.) on Anna Houson, 32
Death distant? No, he's ever with us, 159 R. (R.) on Matthew's Bible, 135
Do the duty which lies nearest thee, 429, 479

Castor : Go-cart, 93
For there the emperor no purple wears, 209

Chante-pleures, 252
Fortune a goddess is to fools alone, 189

“Chew the rag,” 38
God's fruits of justice ripen slow, 249

Historiated, its meaning, 98
Great is the crime in man or woman, 469

Idiot=fool, 495
Grief doth love to dally, 339

“Primrose path,” 49
He is dead; he died of a broken heart, 68

Shakspeariana, 183, 424
His father allows him two hundred a year, 40, 89, Sneap, its etymology, 115
199

Taylor (I.), his Bible illustrations, 309
I never came into my parlour, 409, 479

R. (W. H.) on “Cholyens," 291
Inutilis olim, 369

Racing in the seventeenth century, 421
It was my duty to have loved the highest, 69, 99, Radcliffe (J.) on James Bottomley, 28
199

Parish register, extract from, 37
Like a pale martyr in his shirt of fire, 305, 395 Railway tickets, early, 4, 96, 175, 332
Like mackerel swimming in a summer sea, 329 Rainsford (H.), member of the Long Parliament, 108
Love and sorrow twins were born, 9

“Ram Jam," a tavern sign, 427
“Mortal,” they seem to say, 148, 215

Ramnes or Ramnenses, 98
No, friend! Tbo' it be now the fashion, 369 Randall (J.) on Historiated, 98
No thought of sorrow then, 58

• Lord Bateman,' 478
0, utinam mores, 58

Protestant and Papist, 464
O life, without thy chequer'd scene, 189 Randolph (J. A.) on sexes divided in church, 208
Octogesimus octavus mirabilis annus, 58

Sorbonne Chapel, 8
O'er desert plains and rushy meres, 129

Ratcliffe (T.) on “ Diddle,” 297
Only the ass, with motion dull, 280

“ Double honded, an' treble throited,” 305
Vur deeds will follow us from afar, 58

Maid, use of the word, 365
Pride, howe'er disguised in his own majesty, 18 Nynd=nigh-hand, 66
Prima est ulcisci : secunda est vivere raptu, 179 Punch with two left legs, 206
Sanguine, adust his humour, 409

Raven (G.) on Caravan=carriage, 414
Since word is thrall, and thought is free, 329, 412 Lease for 999 years, 72
Sine qualitate bonum, 88

• Owen’s Weekly Chronicle,' 497
Structa super lapidem, 329

Rayner (R.) on Fish Guard, 147
That sweet saint, 400, 434

Rebecca in Scott's 'Ivanhoe,' 16
The foxglove tall, 129, 199

Rebton (J.) on Bayly baronetcy, 39.5
The grave is but a covered bridge, 429, 479 Red Book of the Exchequer, 268, 431
The heart has reasons, 89, 299, 419

Reference wanted, 12, 177
The monkey who has seen the world, 339 Reform, “radical, but moderate,” 137, 275, 415
The Rhine, the Rhine, the glorious Rhine, 69 Regiomontanus (or John Müller), 58
Then may we thank ourselves, 409

Relics at Coventry, circa 1500, 466
They may stand near to the pearly gates, 68, 217 | Rendle (W.) on Crowland Abbey, 45
This is the morn of victory, 407

“Curtin, The,” 37
To scorn delights and live laborious days, 379, 406 “Mad as a hatter," 218
Truth crushed to earth shall rise agaio, 260

Pumping engine company, 197
['was my blade that knighthood, 9, 59

St. Thomas Apostle, 374
We are near waking, 369, 419

"Surgeon's Comment,' 237

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Rendle (W.) on Swan Playhouso, Bankside, 221 Russell (Lady) on Waterloo ball, 472
Repton (Humphrey), landscape gardener, 486

Russell (William, Lord), his execution, 207, 315
Reviews, first literary, 265

Russian Propagandists, 283
Rewe=rowed, 167, 295

Russian troops attacked by wolves, 427
Reynolds (Sir Joshua) and Morland, 188

Russias, Black, White, and Red, 149, 177, 275, 372,
Rhenish uniforms and dresses, 55

475
Richards (E. A.) on Alton Castle, 48

Ruthven (Patrick, Lord)=Jane Macdonnell, 137
Riddle, “To five and five and fifty-five,” 367, 473 Rutland House, its locality, 89, 233, 331, 418
Riddles on trees, 28, 169, 249

Ryther (Augustine), his map of London, 297
Rigaud (John), B.D., his death, 120

S. (B. W.) on eclipses, 266
Ritson (Joseph), his MS. collections, 332

S. (C. B.) on N and M, 113
River-names, Celtic, 216

S. (C. L.) on Walker the filibuster, 156
Rix (S. W.) on Sir Thomas Abney, 104

S. (E.) on Lord William Russell, 207
Robert II., his second wife, 347

S. (F. G.) on slate gravestones, 492
Roberts (John), of the East India Company, 488

• Town and Country Magazine,' 10
Roberts (R.) on sirloin, 493

S. (G.) on Devil's Bible, 373
Roberts (W.) on Anythingarians, 66

Rutland House, 233, 418
Robin Redbreast and the Babes in the Wood,' 305 Scotch Hall, 314
Robinson family, 289, 394

S. (H.) on Spark or Sparke family, 212
Robinson (Mrs. Mary), actress, 147, 233

S. (H. C.) on Duke of Wellington, 249
Robinson (W. C.) on tenemental bridges, 72

S. (J. B.) on Feale Abbey, 307, 477
Edward III., his sons, 17

Ladies in Parliament, 405
Lot, perfect of “let," 26

MS., missing, 126
Rochford Hall ghost, 387

“Nom de plume,” 412
Rockall, in the Atlantic, 9, 112

Reviews, first, 265
Rockbeare, place-name, its etymology, 28

S. (J. J.) on etymology of whist, 232
Rogers (J. E. T.) on Bank of England, 386

S. (R. F.) on Gataker on ‘Lots,' 107
Epigram, 446

S. (W. S. L.) on the invasion of England, 268
Pope (A.), his ‘Odyssey,' 346

Sack used as communion wine, 32
Rogers (S.), notes in his 'Italy,' 267, 352, 409, 457 Sailors, their “R's,” 327, 437
Roke=past tense of “reek,” 186, 331, 498

St. Albyn and Blake families, 167
Rokeby (Justice), his diary, 18

St. Andrew's, Wardrobe, 127
Roman marriage laws, 70

St. Cecilia represented with an organ, 207
Roman wall in the City, 17, 54

St. Christopher, his cult in Western Europe, 93
Rome, Etruscan city on its site, 28, 118

St. Christopher and the Christoffelsgebet, 508
Romney (George), his ' Alope,' 448

St. Colan, his history, 33
Ronsard (Pierre de), his preferments, 268

St. Dominic, his Litany, 168
Roodselken, the plant, 307, 437

St. Dunstan's tongs, a new invention, 206
Rosa di Oro, its history, 114, 384

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

St. John (Hon. J.), his 'Mary, Queen of Scots,'211, 369
Rose family, 407

St. Lawrence, his canonization, 131, 351
Roses, their origin, 488

St. Liberata, her legend, 28, 153
Ross=Sutherland, 267

St. Luke's little summer, 50, 374
Ross genealogy, 347

St. Malan, bis biography, 14
Rother, ancient ship found in, 288

St. Pancras and Synnada, 123
Rouse (D.) on Mandevile on diamonds, 66

St. Paul's Cathedral, motto under east window, 65
Rouse (W. H. D.) on civic medal, 309

St. Peter upon the Wall, 32
Rowlandson (Thomas), “Exhibition Stare Case,' 10. St. Peter's, Cornbill, old account book at, 483
93, 193, 271, 334, 390, 471

St. Rook's Light, Lowestoft, 32, 172
Royal descent in England, 259, 332, 392, 451

St. Rowsio, dedication to, 288
Royal infants, nameless, 409

St. Swithin, payment to, 274
Royalist colours, 69, 217, 318

St. Swithin on bay berries, 237
Rubbings of inscriptions, 88, 172, 215, 313

Carlisle Cathedral, 331
Rubens (Sir P. P.), his discourses, 67

Coal for village fires, 395
Rule (F.) on Byron, 493

Colours as surnames, 272
Ruskin (John), passages in his writings, 54, 108, 232 Daffey's elixir, 258
Russell (Lady) on Boswell, 473

Daughter, its derivation, 512
Chante-pleure, 192

Dollars, 268
Conroy (Eliza Jane), 75

English Dialect Dictionary, 490
De Bohun family, 413

Epiphany, royal offering at, 13, 173
Funeral custom, 356

Epitaph, 333
Gladstone (Mr.), his accent, 153

Family pastime, 484
Hyde family, 372

George I., his burial-place, 253, 377
Neville (Sir Henry), 155

Infants never laugh, 517
Scotch coal, 295

Lavender bush, 125

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St. Swithin on leap-year folk-lore, 317

Segontium on Tothill, Westminster, 316
· Lincoln was, London is," &c., 231

Sertifago. See Certifago.
*Lincolnshire Poacher,' 26

Servants to kings and queens, 9
Moon-spots, 496

Seton (David), M.P. for Burntisland, 1665-9, 169
Sack used as Communion wine, 32

Sexes separated in church, 208, 315
St. Sophia, 193

Shackleton, Cape, Greenland, 208
Scotch superstition, 394

Shackleton (W.) on Skikelthorpe surname, 230
Storm=frost, 97

Shakspeare (Jobn), of Nunebam Courtney, 344
Sun, its motion, 15

Shakspeare (William), was he an esquire ? 15; the
* Tantadling tart," 136

great cryptogram, 25, 151, 194, 319, 329, 470 ;
Tooth brushes, 354

Swan Playhouse, Bankside, 221; supposed epitaph
Tweenie, its meaning, 367

on John Combe, 224 ; his rank, 364, 469
Wooden wall=ship, 434
Writing on sand, 236

Shakspeariana :
* York (Archbishops of), 517

As You Like It, obeli of the Globe edition, 262,
St. Thomas Apostle, 149, 256, 374

343, 424
St. Thomas Aquinas, his 'Summa,' 64

Hamlet, and the Spanish Tragedy,' 84; Act I.
St. Yvo of Trequier, 74

SC. iii. :

" Primrose path,” 49, 116; sc. iv. :
Saint's Torment Hill, Westminster, 88, 213

quotation from 'Hakluyt's Voyages,' 183;
Saints, Swiss, 227, 376

Act V. sc. ii. : “ Trumpets sound, and shot go
Sala (G. A.) on Confessor of the Household, 267

off," 84 ; sc. iii. : “A babbled o' green fields,”
Drawers for females, 272

84, 304
Salin (Birnie, Lord), 348

Henry V., Act IV., misprint in prologue, 83, 263
Salle and the Boleyns, 202

Henry VIII., Act III. sc. i. :

“ Make me a
Salmon (William), M.D., his biography, 308, 370, 491 curse,” 2, 182
Saloop, a beverage, 468

Macbeth, typographical errors in first folio text,
Salt family, 85, 217

1; Act II. sc. iii. : “ Primrose way,” 49, 116
Salter (S. J. A.) on names of dogs, 269

Measure for Measure, obeli of the Globe edition,
Heraldic query, 413

303, 423 ; Act III. sc. i. : “Ay, but to die,"
Saltero (Don), his coffee-house, 328, 472

&c., 263
Sam (Soapy). See Bishop Wilberforce.

Pericles, Act I. sc. i.: "Pistol's length," 2
Sand, writing on, 236; used as blotting-paper, 310 Timon of Athens, obeli of Globe edition, 85 ;
Sanders (Robert), miscellaneous writer, 208

Act IV. sc. iii. : “Yet may your pains, six
“Sapientia Salomonis,' MS. copy, 424

months," 183, 423
Sarum Missal, 15, 156

Winter's Tale, Act I. sc. ii. : “ Mort of the
Saunder or Saunders family, co. Devon, 328

deer," 2, 182; Act II. sc. i.: “I'll keep my
Savage (E. B.) on animal sacrifice at burials, 73

stables where I lodge my wife,” 304
Coins, leather, 190

Shamrock, emblem of Ireland, 207, 311, 429, 455
Edward III., his sons, 251

Shanly (W.) on names of dogs, 270
Water flow, 194

Shanty, its etymology, 127
Scarlett (B. F.) on Sir Henry Killegrew, 274

Shaw family of Kenward, Barts., 228
Neville (Sir Henry), 155

Shelley (Percy Bysshe), prize essays on, 64; and
Scott family of Essex, 313

Dr. Thomas Forster, 161; poets referred to in
Snead=scythe handle, 14

"Adonais,' 347, 431
Scarpines, instrument of torture, 167, 218, 276 Sheridan family, 363
Scarron (Paul) on London, 14

Ship, ancient, found in the Rother, 288
Schirmer (Albert), child actor, 288, 371

Ships, old wooden, 66, 330
Scogan (John and Henry), 326, 454

Shoo, its meaning, 8, 96
Scotch coal, its meaning, 168, 295

Si Vis on St. Cecilia, 207
Scotch Hall, Farringdon Ward, 189, 237, 314, 394 Siddons (Mrs.) as Mary, Queen of Scots, 241, 369, 493
Scotch mining terms, 264, 322

Sigma on Charles Blair, 329
Scotch newspapers, 47, 112, 195

Boswell (James), 369
Scotch prisoners shipped to the colonies, 227

Hamilton (W. L.), 238
Scotch superstition, 326, 394

Ruthven (Lord), 137
Scott family of Essex, 194, 313

Scott of Mesangère, 258
Scott family of Mesangère, 258

Stuart (Lieut.-General James), 208
Scott (J. W.) on Scotch newspapers, 47

Sikes (J. C.) on leather coins, 190
Scott (Sir Walter), original of Rebecca in Ivanhoe,' Hussar pelisse, 118

16 ; and Dante, 57 ; arms of Marmion, 78 ; parodies Lord's Prayer, standing at, 18
of his poems, 127, 254 ; on Coleridge's . Wallenstein,' Wilberforce (Bp.), “ Soapy Sam,” 46
308, 372, 491; “Since word is thrall,” in . Fair Maid Silvain, M.P., inquired after, 509
of Perth,' 329, 412; Browning on, 369; and Simmons (Bartholomew), his grave, 147
Swift's · Polite Conversation,' 403 ; dogs mentioned Simpkins (E.) on Englefield baronetcy, 327

Simpson (J.) on Dean Swift, 225
Seal inscription, 66

Sinton (J.) on rubbings of inscriptions, 172
Seals, sixteenth and seventeenth century, 487

Sirloin, earliest allusion to, 385, 493

by, 462

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Skeat (W. W.), notes and addenda to his . Etymo- Sparling (H. H.) on Rewe=rowed, 167
logical Dictionary,' 212

Spectacles, their use, 126, 274
Skeat (W. W.) on Alcestis and the daisy, 186, 372 Spellbinder, a new word, 466

Carlisle Cathedral, Old English lines in, 342, Spence (R. M.) on go-cart, 190
Catsup: Ketchup, 12

Greeks, did they tint statues ? 386
Chaucer (Geoffrey), 291

Heathens, Cromwell's, 172
English, pure, 405 ; Gallicized, 465

Idiot=fool, 249, 494
English grammars, 121, 243, 302

Lord's Prayer, 474
Fable of dogs and kite, 90

Oral tradition, 324
Gladstone (Mr.), bis accent, 178

Shakspeariada, 2, 85, 262, 423
H, its mispronunciation, 110

Spiflicate, origin of the word, 86, 115
Herewards, 93

Stadia, its inventor, 429
Knowledge for the people, 63

Stafford House, miscalled Tart Hall, 57
Lot, perfect of " let,” 70

Stampede, in English literature, 46
Minsh-house, 92

Stapleford (Henry), 9
Mort=much, 176

'Star Chamber,' publication, 247, 474
“Much cry and little wool,” 186

Stars and stripes of the American flag, 328, 494
Muck-rake, man with, 366

Starve-yoad, its meaning, 278
Ohthere's voyage, 44

Steele (Sir Richard) and the Charterhouge, 5
Sneap, its etymology, 46

Steeples, with cross under weathercock, 77 ; with
Whipultre and gaytre in Chaucer, 431

cognizance of St. John, 158
Skikelthorpe family name, 230, 290

Steggall (J.) on adjectives ending in -ic, -ical, 35
Skip=skep=basket, 186, 298

Caschielawis, 74
Skulls on tombs, 33

Century: Centenary, 154
Sleet (T. R.) on Rutland House, 331

Chaise-marine, 197
Wild (Jonathan), 332

Challis, its meaning, 233
Smith (A. H.) on Pierre de Ronsard, 268

Charlemagne, his burial, 297
Smith (C.) on “The Cross Roads,' 447

Chester, West, 32
Smith (W. H.) on Edward Williams, 167

Corkous, its meaning, 498
Snead=scythe handle, 14, 134, 195

Elsibeth players, 473
Sneap, its etymology, 46, 115

“Genoa and Queen of Corsica,” 178
Snow in July, 266, 396, 497

Hanover, its spelling, 55
Sny, its meaning and derivation, 249, 371

Make up his mouth,” 38
Solecisms, singular, 95, 237

Portuguese revolution, 155
Somervail (A.) on Col. Robert Venables, 48

Ramnes or Ramnenses, 98
Song, old, 489

St. Swithin, 274
Songs and Ballads :-

Saint's Torment Hill, 213
Arthur of Bradley, 14, 56, 173

Sny, its meaning, 371
Bow Wow Wow, 483

Warspite, ship's name, 214
Colin and Lucy, 346

Stephens (F. G.) on ‘Town and Country Magazine,
Gown of green, 341

175
Greenwich Fair, 389

Steuart on Gulliver's Travels,' 128
Hunt is Up, 329, 413

Stevens (C. B.) on Nathaniel Hone, 87
Hunting, 509

Stevenson (R. L.), bis • Treasure Island,' 345
If doughty deeds my lady please, 500

Stevenson (W. H.) on Stroud as a place-name, 419
Lincolnshire Poacher, 26, 97, 170

Stillie (J. A.) on 'Reminiscences of a Scottish Gen-
Lord Bateman, 428, 478

tleman,' 33
Mower, The, 442

Stillwell (J. P.) on hornet of Joshua xxiv. 12, 105
Naval, 307, 371

Snead=scythe handle, 134
North of America, 341

Stocken (J. J.) on Aldersgate Ward, 287
Song from a True Story, 162

Billingsgate Ward, 268
Sprig of Shillelah, 11

Fairholt (F. W.), 508
Steam Arm, 229, 313, 432

Gisors family, 201
There 's a difference I ween, 447

Stockings, clocked, 315
West of England, 442

Stonehewer-Cooper (H.) on Great Java, 183
Soowthern (John), bis Pandora,' 306

Storm=frost, 97
Sorbonne Chapel, old, 8

Strangwayes (Sir James), his biography, 349, 436
South (8.), his MSS., 127

Strasbourg, its occupation by the French, 152, 235
Southern Cross, American order, 33, 173

Straw, chains of, 428
Southerne, lyric poet, 306

• Strawboots "=7th Dragoon Guards, 51
Southwark, George Street, Blackfriars Road, 287, 372 Stronach (G.) on the great cryptogram, 151, 470
Sovereigns, three, in one year, 5

Strong (H. A.) on mispronunciation of H, 47
Spanish Armada literature, 166, 189

Stroud as a place-name, 187, 309, 357, 449, 516
Spanish wrecks off Aberdeenshire, 34

Stuart, royal house of, its living representative, 69
Spark or Sparke family, co. Devon, 67, 212

Stuart family, its dual origin, 27, 134, 290, 355, 436
Sparling (H. H.) on relics at Coventry, 466

Stuart papers, 189

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Stuart (Lieut.-General James) and his family, 208 Taylor (G.) on a riddle, 367
Stuart (Major-General Sir John), 28, 98

Taylor (I.) on spelling of Hanover, 94
Sturt (J.), his .Chronological History of Europe,' 486 Lightning let out, 8
Suffolk book-plates, 508

Nore, its meaning, 89
Suicided, an Americanism, 18

Rubbing inscriptions, 215
Sulgrave Manor and Washington family, 185, 299, Skikelthorpe, 291
317, 395

Stroud as a place-name, 309, 450
Sully-Champaigne family, 269, 337

Vernon, its etymology, 14
Summers (W.) on Dante and Scott, 57

Wetherby surname, 415
Sun, its motion, 15

Taylor (Isaac), jun., his Bible illustrations, 309
Superstition, curious, 87, 170 ; local, 285

Taylor (J.) on Amsterdam Coffee-house, 291
Surgeon's Comment,' 166, 237

Bagley (Henry), 309
Surnames, colours in, 208, 272, 350; Swedish, 444

Count Lucanor,' 353
Sussex clergy, 228

Foote (Miss), 292
Sutton (C. W.) on John Blackwall, 291

Indian pale ale, 417
Swan, male, 307, 415

Omnibus order in law, 437
Swan Playhouse, Bankside, circa 1596, 221

Once a Week,' 418
Swedish surnames, 444

Wainewright (T. G.), 353
Swift (Dean Jonathan), letter to Stella, 88, 115; Tea and scandal, 282, 498

Dublin edition of Gulliver's Travels,' 128, 252 ; Tegg (W.) on Dickens and Sir T. Martin, 45
his brother, Thomas Swift, 225; bis ‘Polite Con Templer on Beckett family, 132
versation,' 403

Tennyson family, 291
Swine-suckled, 28, 193

Tennyson (Lord). queries, 408, 513 ; J. S., 448
Swigs saints, 227, 376

Terbune (Mary Virginia). See Marion Harland.
Sympson (E. M.) on Opodeldoc, 167

Terry (F. C. B.) on Alinement=alignement, 315
Scott (Sir W.) and Coleridge, 372

Assist used as a noun, 125
Shelley (P. B.), his ' Adonais,' 431

Booby” used attributively, 306
Synnada and St. Pancras, 123

Cuteness, not an Americanism, 206
T. on Damant family, 227

Golden Horn, 389
T. (A. W.) on Silvain, M.P., 509

Hide, buffalo's, 15
T. (L.) on 'Owen's Weekly Chronicle,' 408

“ Join giblets,” 473
T. (T. A.) on adjectives ending in -ic, .ical, 34

“ Muffled moonlight,” 33
“Certain age,” 36

“Our mutual friend,” 396
Dead men=empty bottles, 38

Roke, preterite of “reek," 498
Deity, his attributes, 251

“ Sneck posset,” 487
Gataker upon . Lots,' 251

“Sop for Cerberus,” 333, 493
Go-cart, 191

“Standing joke," 328
Initials after names, 255

Turtle for tortoise, 492
Letting
lightning out, 236

Tew (E. L. H.) on Anson's voyages, 92, 235, 432
Long Pack,' expressions in, 148

Initials after names, 255, 398
Rosa d'Oro, 114

Jackson (Bishop), 8, 197
Sbakspeariana, 263

Littlehampton Church, 156
Superstition, curious, 87

Lloyd (Bishop), 8, 197
Trinkets=cups and saucers, 27

Lord's Prayer, standing at, 312
Wilkes (John), his private tutor, 149

Protestants, Roman Catholic, 148
T. (W.) on Abba Thulle, 319

Thackeray (W. M.), original of Blanche Amory,
Vernon, its etymology, 72

227 ; his use of “fi-fi," 289
Tables, old ivory, 284, 335

Tharcake explained, 514
Tailed men, 328, 347, 433, 493

Tharskchampflower, its locality, 509
Take and bring, 225, 313, 454

Theatrical print, 69, 158
Tallack (T. R.) on Cousin =niece, 331

* Theophilus Woodhead ' quoted, 484
Tancock (O. W.) on Acts ii. 9–11, 396

Thistle, emblem of Scotland, 207, 311, 429, 455
Chaucer (G.), 'Prologue,' 425, 485

Thomas of Monmouth, his MSS., 368
Cruso (Robinson), 25, 174

Thomas (Moy) on Labour-in-Vain Court, 356
Loke, its meaning, 191

Posts at cross roads, 337
Tantadling tart, its meaning, 47, 136

Thomas (R.) on Hampton Court guide-books, 248
Tasso, Gerusalemme Conquistata,' 101, 141, 362 Thompson (G. H.) on tenemental bridges, 277
Tate (W. R.) on Margaret's knighte, 314

Dickens (Charles) and Sir T. Martin, 278
Tom.cat, 110

Hunting horns, 189
Taunton (W. G.) on Shakspeare, 15

Thompson (Kate) on November 5th, 491
Tavaré (F. L.) on Tharcake, 514

Thoms (W.J.), his collected chap-books, 203, 375
Tavares (F.), author, 37

Thomson (James) and · Winter,' 268, 393
Tavern signs : Broken Bowl Houre, 145 ; Lame Dog, Three Kisses,' verses entitled, 507

154, 251 ; The Sieve, 251 ; Whistling Oyster, 349, Thulle (Abba) and Ludee, 227, 318
435; Ram Jam, 427

“ Tib and Tom," allusion to, 188
Taylor (E.) op riddles on trees, 249

Tib-cat. See Cat.

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