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Soul or soal, cookery term, 7, 57, 169, 275
Sourdeline described, 425

Southwark, St. Saviour's, 33, 64, 158, 211; and King
John, 449, 514

Spalding (F.) on Morant's Essex,' 293
Spectacles, their history, 124

Spelling, English, 363, 474, 536
Spencer (John), his biography, 168

Spencer (Mathew), co. Somerset, his biography, 227
Squailer, a missile, 149, 197, 257

Stamford, library in St. Mary's Church, 97
Stamps, method of cancelling, 264

Stamps first perforated, 127, 197, 254, 310, 374
'Stanford Dictionary,' supplements to, 469
Star Chamber, early references to, 408, 457
Statement, extraordinary, 285, 353

Statesian, new-coined word, 225, 358, 478
Steele (R. R.) on Essex county history, 167, 274

Steele (Sir Richard) and ‘The Taming of the Shrew,'
308

Steggall (C.) on Soke," 473

Stella. See Hester Johnson.

Stenhouse (A. M.) on Gay's 'Fables,' 388

Stephenson (C. H.) on Englishman's Welcome,' 134
'Fop's Fortune,' 353

Sterne (Laurence), obscenity in 'Tristram Shandy,'
304, 372, 494

Stewart family, 487

Stewart (Col. Charles), his biography, 449

Stillie (J.) on Domesday Book for Scotland, 33
Stoat, its derivation, 349, 514

Stockfish, its derivation, 95, 238, 255

Stonarde (W.) on Chatterton: Marriner, 68
Elizabeth (Queen), 376

Marinier, secretary to Maximilian, 309
Nief, its meaning, 167

Stone, Broad, and Broadstone, 175
Stone, court fool, temp. James I., 305
Stonehenge, French, 508

Strachey family, 508

Strange (Sir John), his burial-place, 71, 138
Stratford-on-Avon, its charter, 267, 336, 417
Strathearn earldom, 487

Straw, chopped, at weddings, 47, 117

Strutt (Sir Denner), Bart., his biography, 189, 316, 457
Stuart (Charles Edward), the Young Pretender, his
portraits, 18, 269, 333, 453

Stukeley (Rev. William), antiquary, 486
Suffolk artists, 249, 298

Suffolk manuscripts, 68, 116

Suffolk pedigrees of minor importance, 69, 118, 171
Sulbury (William), "Abbatis Belli-loci," 18
Sullivan family of Berehaven and Cork, 28
Summer, English, 74

Summer castle, its meaning, 83, 194

Sumner family, 286

Sunday, two Sclavonic names for, 144

Sundial inscription, "Aurora aurea hora," 44
Supputation: Easter, 1893, 30, 77, 138
Surgeon, famous, 27, 152

Surnames, initial G in, 14

Swanage, corruption of Swanswick, 177, 199, 235,
318, 353

Swanson (A. B.) on Ainsworth family, 147

Swanswick, place-name, its etymology, 177, 199, 235,
318, 353

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Sweeting (W. D.) on house inscription, 32
Swift (Dean Jonathan), his friend Rochfort, 46, 297;
memorials of assignments by Stella, 302
Swipple tree, part of a flail, 306, 456
Sword motto, 388, 514

Sympson (E. M.) on Crowland Abbey, 484
T. on "Gresmanni,” 109

T. (T.) on Barbour's' Bruce,' 87
T. (Y.) on Chesney family, 387
Tallies, reckoning by, 176
Tamarisk, its etymology, 306, 397
Tananarivo, Madagascar, 527

Tancock (O. W.) on house inscription, 31
Ullorxal, its meaning, 298

Tancred: De Gestis Tancredi,' 487
Tart Pie, their difference, 527
Tate (W. R.) on cuckoo in England, 113
"Vox populi vox Dei," 451
Taunton family of Norwich, 287
Tavaré (F. L.) on George Cruikshank, 534
Mulberry tree, old, 384

Sleep On which side to sleep, 274
Stuart (Prince C. E.), portrait of, 334
Tavern signs: The Chequers, 364, 491; The Triple
Plea, 527

Taylor (I.) on Cantabrigia, 329, 351
"Grana pro auro," 71
Hamble, lost word, 84

Hexham, its etymology, 14

Mendoza, its founder, 13

Names, personal, 96

Pyrrhus, his elephants, 17
Records, their interpretation, 58
Sicily, its arms, 514

"Spirited away," 485

Tea, earliest advertisement of sale, 59, 75
Tea leaves used twice, 325, 350, 436, 472
Teague Irishman, 161, 230, 350
Teesdale (E.) on Dame, 58

Raleigh (Sir Walter), 73
Yele, its meaning, 177
Telephonic message, term for, 488
Tempany (T. W.) on Marlbrouck,' 176
Marseillaise,' 238

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Temple (Sir Purbeck), buried at Islington, 9, 155
"Ten Commandments," slang term, 226, 354
Tenison (Archbishop), his arms, 148, 216, 496
Tenison (Richard), Bishop of Meath, 148
Tennyson (Lord), Maid Marian' anticipated, 6, 55;
parallels in the 'Miller's Daughter,' 72, 170; re-
published stanzas in The Foresters,' 111; simile
in the Miller's Daughter,' 166, 258; and Lamb,
206, 356, 435; on tobacco, 326, 371, 450; his
death, 345; and Browning, 347; Hands all
Round,' 347; republished sonnet, 361, 391; his
'Crossing the Bar,' 363, 446; line in Locksley
Hall,' 387, 476; his Cambridge contemporaries,
307, 387, 430, 441; his 'Dream of Fair Women,'
407, 478; sonnet on eyes, 487

Teophina, Queen of the Spaniards, 190
Terry (F. C. B.) on Ana: Bibliographical, 517
Archery terms, 476

Blackball as a substantive, 245, 395
"Blackmouth Presbyterians," 453
Blessed, used euphemistically, 446
Blodium, its meaning, 316

Supplement to the Notes

, with No. 56, Jan. 21, 1893

Terry (F. C. B.) on "Buffetier," 319

Burns (Robert), 14

Bute, its pronunciation, 215

Char, earliest quotation, 124

66

Chequers" sign, 492

Clarinda, the name, 354
"Devil's books," 134

'Dream of Fair Women,' 407
Dwoil, its meaning, 286

Fate, synonym of destiny, 196
Fire by rubbing sticks, 114
Folk-lore, 86, 189

Gemmace, its meaning, 370
Gods, theatre gallery, 490
Grimalkin, its etymology, 266

"Hair of the dog that bit you," 85
Hebrician Hebraist, 258

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Hell Fire Club, 312

Johnny Fortnight, 517

Kitcat Club, 434
"Lad or chilt," 412

Laylock lilac, 253

"Lettered ease," 368

Leucomb, its etymology, 258
Lute, its etymology, 138
Macintoshes, 92
Mind notice, 417

Nails, long, and gentility, 137
Nottingham, "little smith of," 476
Orvace, its meaning, 414
Pagell, its meaning, 295
"Pence a-piece," 278

Persius for English readers, 534
"Pimlico with my feet," 536
Proverbs, misquoted, 370, 391
Racoon, its etymology, 111

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Roasting of a cat," 277

Rumpus, origin of the word, 353

St. John I. v. 12, 372

Sedan chair, 511

Self-preservation is the first law of nature," 246

Song, old new, 172

Stoat, its derivation, 349

Straw at weddings, 117

Swipple tree, 457

Threep, the verb, 452

Thunderstorm terms, 533

Toddy of African derivation, 153

"Tom Trot," 258

Very, with a verb, 239

"What's what," 255

Yele, its meaning, 414

Tew (E. L. H.) on Barrett's Essex,' 437
Cantabrigia, 515

Centurion, its figure-head, 466
Hymers (Dr. John), 498

'Nemesis of Faith,' 472

Textual development, curious, 365

Thabeforhead, its modern name, 209

Thackeray (W. M.), and Matthew Arnold, 51; and

Dumas, 269

Theobald, origin of the name, 29, 250

Thistle mottoes, 129

Thomas (R.) on italics, 251

Thompson (G. H.) on atomic theory, 150

Bracebridge Hall, 518

Thompson (G. H.) on Sir John Clavering, 353
Thornfield on Royal Scots Greys, 509

"Three Cranes Tavern," Chancery Lane, 1641, 109
Threep, the verb, 325, 452, 491

Thunderbolts and flint implements, 242, 297, 494
Thunderstorm, terms used in connexion with, 201,
413, 533; poets in, 422, 482
Thunderstorms in winter, 37, 338

Tiles, ancient heraldic, 303, 370, 516
Timber, hedge-row, 264, 310, 374, 497
Timbuctoo, rhymes to, 393

Time, its course, 248, 392, 532

'Times' and the Saxon Chronicle,' 144

Tippoo Sultaun, his sword, 309

Tithe barns, 246, 330, 397, 475

Titian, picture by, 127, 158

Titles: Dame, 58; foreign, 189; Esquire, 425, 478
Tobacco, Tennyson on, 326, 371, 450

Todd (James Henthorn), D.D., his biography, 208, 314
Toddy of African derivation, 153

Tokens, leather, 308, 394, 517

"Tom Trot, the penny post," 189, 258
Tomlinson (C.) on Aërolites: Bolides, 321, 512
Atomic theory, 50, 150

Bet hand, its meaning, 25

Book, perfect, 514

Books, undated, 6

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Newton, 91, 434, 470

Tennyson (Lord) on tobacco, 450

Thunderbolts, 242, 494

Thunderstorm terms, 201

Tomlinson (G. W.) on Roraima, 53

Topehall, who was he? 407

Topliff (Robert), his biography, 307

Tothill Fields Prison, its doorway, 144, 236

Towell surname, 485

Tract, curious, 347, 432

Translations wanted, 34

Transylvania, its "suppressed" Chronicle, 26
Travellers' Way, pre-Reformation, 526

Trees, deciduous, in southern hemisphere, 29, 98
Trench family, 256

Trent Side Landowner on "" Aquatalis," 355
Trinity, picture of the, 89, 152, 395

"Triple Plea," tavern sign, 527

Trollope (F. E.) on legal blunders in fiction, 134

Trollope (H. M.) on Molière and Lucretius, 423

Shakspeare (W.) and Molière, 190, 390

Trollope (Thomas Adolphus), his death, 420; on

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Trollope (T. A.) on Lincoln's Inn gateway, 337

Mistake: Mistaken, 404

Moore (Dr.), his youngest son, 278
Proverbs misapplied, 98

Scotch bagpipe, 36

Sleep On which side to sleep, 73
Statement, extraordinary, 285
"Ventre-saint-gris," 290

Very, with a verb, 357

Trompette marine, musical instrument, 15, 43

Trousers, early quotation, 488

Trumbull (John), artist, 527

Tuer (A. W.) on precocious artist, 47

Books stitched with silver wire, 325

Horn books, 207

Stamps, cancelling, 264

Stamps first perforated, 310, 374

Turgis Pierrepoint, 469

Turner (J. H.) on General Guest, 487

Tweed (T.) on German element in English, 257

'Two Noble Kinsmen,' opening song, 165, 192, 254,
313

Twyford, place-name, 269

Twyford family, 166, 237, 256, 411

Twyford (A. W.) on London Lord Mayors, 412
Spencer (John), 168

Twyford, place-name, 269

Twyford family, 411

Tyler (T.) on Shakspeariana, 283

Tyndale (William), his descendants,' 109, 152

Typer v. typist, 69

Tyro on heraldic query, 307

Tyrrell family of Thornton, Bucks, 127

Udal (J. S.) on "Canary bird," 378

Printers' errors, 337

Sneezing folk-lore, 317

Ullorxal, its meaning, 268, 298, 338, 376

Umbrella, as a symbol, 348, 452, 534

Undergraduate on "Corv.," 409
Underhill (W.) on a sampler, 46
Union Jack, its name, 18

University centenary medals, 464

Unwin (G.) on Suffolk pedigrees, 171
Urban on names of bells, 88

Firmament, its meaning, 87
Frigacy fricassee, 285

Moody (John), 247

Murray (Charles), 367

Murray (W. H.), 427

Nonsense verse on Bp. Colenso, 324
Rabelais book-plate, 147
Tea-leaves used twice, 325

Urban II. (Pope), his visit to France, 424
V. (E.) on "Lad or chilt," 413

St. Clement's, Rome, 231
St. Mark the Gaunt, 252
V. (Q.) on Americanisms, 358
Ana Bibliographical, 224
Banbridge fairs, 418
"Colombier octavo," 445
'Eminent Persons,' 146

"Lad or chilt," 413

Milton (J.), his 'L'Allegro,' 393

Parliamentary elections before 1832, 184, 344
Sedgwick (Daniel), 409

Shelley (P. B.), 396

Supplement to the Notes

, with No. 56, Jan. 21, 1893

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"Ventre-saint-gris," oath, its origin, 49, 131, 232.
289, 398, 529

Verax on Milo, Earl of Hereford, 195

Norton St. Valerie, Hants, 36

Verlaine (Paul), his biography, 168, 332, 411
Vernon on future state of animals, 233
Elmes family, 316

Proverbs, misquoted, 278
Washington family, 254

Verulam or St. Albans, 466

Very, with a verb, 190, 238, 357

Vesalius (Andrew), anatomist, 527

Vesey family, 215

Viaud, known as "Pierre Loti," 168, 411

Vicars (A.) on portraits of George III., 216

Heraldic queries, 408, 454, 538

Heraldry in France, 434

Heralds' Visitations, 473

Silver plate, Irish, 316

Tenison (Abp.), his arms, 216

Union Jack, 18

'Ye King of Arms,' 33

Victoria (Queen), her name, 168, 217; her Mistresses

of the Robes, 288, 350, 391

Vignoles Hutton, 366

Villa (Rev. John), Rector of St. John the Evangelist,
Westminster, 53, 91, 175, 216, 292, 356

Village Community,' proclamation in, 484

Virgin of Nuremberg, instrument of torture, 147, 210,
311, 353

Virginal and instruments akin to it, 388, 531
Virtue (H.) on Burns in art, 451

Volunteers, Loyal North British, 1809, 30
W. on Mungo Park, 208

W. (A. C.) on Sir Thomas Bennett, 457
Poets Laureate, 535
Printers' errors, 456

W. (C. W.) on Calvary, 288

W. (E.) on Cambrian Shakspeare, 276

W. (G. O.) on drowning man's vision, 247
"Tom Trot," 258

W. (H. A.) on an epitaph, 74

W. (R. J.) on anointing, 57

W. (W.) on Kimbolton Castle, 291

W. (W. C.) on Sackville Bale, 389
Beckford (William), 304
Field-names, 246

Hungerdown, field-name, 308

Morant (P.), bis Essex,' 143, 293, 536
W. (W. E.) on printers' errors, 455
W. (W. F.) on Debartus, 448

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141

Mary, Queen of Scots, 218

Milton (John), his 'L'Allegro,' 298

St. Stephen's, Coleman Street, 392

Song, old new, 275

Walker family, Irish, 293, 373, 457

Walker (George), Bishop of Derry, his family, 408
Wall: Taking the wall, 386, 536

Waller (Anne), family and marriage, 507
Waller (F. E.) on boardman in London, 265

Waller (W. F.) on "Blanche Compagnie," 486
Bute, its pronunciation, 116
Chute, of the Vine, 43
Croke,' its author, 223

Elizabeth (Queen), 138

'English Mercurie,' 434
Gas lighting, 85

"Launched into eternity," 65
Lightfoot (Hannah), 531
'Marseillaise,' 191

Mazzolata, execution by, 278
Murray (W. H.), 510
Peers' Disability Act, 185
Proverbs, misquoted, 278, 431
Reeds for writing, 433
Reynell family, 126

"St. Alban's Tavern," 56
Sedan chair, 142

Sentence, long, 235

Shelley (P. B.), 305, 472

Ships, their names, 517

Soldiers, female, 118

Squailer, its meaning, 197

"Tom Trot," 258

Umbrellas, 534

Wheel, breaking on, 489

Wallinger (Rev. John A.), his biography, 392, 472

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Ward (C. A.) on Lincoln's Inn gateway, 94, 294

'Locksley Hall,' line in, 476

Oriental literature, 346
Pluto, elements to, 229
Poetry versus science, 133
Railway, 395

St. Stephen's, Coleman Street, 196

Shakspeare (W.) and Newton, 356
Sicily, its arms, 513

Spelling, English, 474

Stamford, library in St. Mary's Church, 97

Theobald, the name, 250

Thunderstorm, terms in connexion with, 413
Time, its course, 392

Toddy of African derivation, 153

Umbrella as a symbol, 452

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Washington deed, 1657. 442

Washington family, 167, 214, 254, 448, 486

Washington family of Lancashire, 349

Watch case, lost, 224

Water, fresh, from salt water, 488

Waterloo and " 'tulloo," 405

Waterloo veteran, 405

Wateryfied, a weather word, 425

Watkins (Charlotte), her biography, 288

Watson (Dr.), Cato Street conspirator, 252

Way: Under way, 194

Wedding, bidding to, 245

Wedding custom, 407

Wedding knocker, 343

Weddings, chopped straw at, 47, 117

Weighing anchor, 194

Welch (J. C.) on atomic theory, 50

Christmas bibliography, 505

Hell Fire Club, 178

'More Hints on Etiquette,' 26
Sancy diamond, 118

Thunderbolts, 297

Thunderstorm terms, 533

Welford (R.) on Bp. Braybrooke's body, 374

Timber, hedge-row, 310

'Universal Spectator,' 149

Wells, holy, 67, 155

Welsh celebrity, 266

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Welsh genealogies, 107, 230

Welsh Lord Mayors of London, 287, 397, 473
Welsh Quaker records, 47

Welsh triads, 313

Wilson (W. E.) on nouns from names of scientists,

212

'Village Community,' 484

Windmills first used in England, 8, 115, 138

Wesley (John), on education, 144, 275; his mother's Window, memorial, 269, 376
grave, 205; and the microscope, 448

West Country stories, 188, 234

Wing (Tycho), astrologer, 478

Winstanley (Henry), his house at Littlebury, 466

West (Benjamin), his 'American Loyalists,' 47, 137, Witchcraft in Germany, 529

334

Wetmore (S. A.) on Dante, 406

Weyghte on musical case, 169

Choirs, instrumental, 15

Cuckoo, its earliest advent, 57
Hogging, its meaning, 277
Scotch bagpipe, 36

Wheat, mummy, 55, 187, 296
Wheel, breaking on, 367, 489
Whipcol, its etymology, 347

Whip-dog Day-October 18th, 388, 438, 512
Whitbread family, 268, 352

White (C. A.) on future state of animals, 234
Carol, gipsy, 504
Catalogues of MSS., 44
Cuckoo walled in, 497

Folk-lore, 166

Needlework, School of, 348

Newport, village cross in, 205

Potato-bury, 177

Quicksilver in plants, 229

Tamarisk, its etymology, 397

White (T. J.) on "To paint the lion," 194

Wittewronge baronetcy, 13

Wolcot (Dr. John), "Peter Pindar," bibliography,
328, 438, 493

Wolferstan (E. P.) on Hell Fire Clubs, 178
Robins (George), 271

Tithe barns, 475

Woman soldiers, 6, 118

Wood carving in the City of London, 445

Wood worms, their destruction, 248, 394

Wood (John Muir), his death, 40

Woodruffe (Mary) on cards by Bewick, 288

Woodville. See Widville.

Woodward (J.) on Innsbruck Hofkirche, 162, 221, 349,

409

Woolner (Thomas), 'My Beautiful Lady,' 346
Word of power, 164

Words, mediæ val, 181, 270

Wordsworth (William), quotation from, 348; 'Hart-

leap Well,' 425; his “frugal dame," 487

Wormley Manor Rolls, co. Herts, 364

Wright family book-plates, 127

Wright (T.) on Defoe, 326

Wright (Thomas), antiquary, 367, 455

White (Sir Thomas), Knt., Lord Mayor of London, Wright (W.) on Rattlin the Reefer,' 495

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Wright (W. H. K.) on Gay's Fables,' 454
Writing too much, 106, 198, 477

Wylie (A. H.) on Mistress of the Robes, 288
Wylie (C.) on Spranger Barry, 217
Book margins, 307
Folkes (Martin), 255

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