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NOTES AND QUERIES:

A MEDIUM OF INTER-COMMUNICATION FOR LITERARY MEN, ARTISTS, ANTIQUARIES,
GENEALOGISTS, ETC.

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"WHEN FOUND, MAKE A NOTE OF." - CAPTAIN CUTTLE.

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VOLUME FIFTH

JANUARY - JUNE, 1852

INDEX TO THE FIFTH VOLUME.

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A.

A. on Welsh names Blaen, 128.
Abbot (Abp.), his Letters to the Clergy, 177.
Aberdeen Banking Company, 197.
Aberdoniensis on the Black Book of Paisley, 201.
Abigail or handmaid, 38. 94. 450.
Abraham-men explained, 442.
Absalom's hair, 380.
A. (C.) on Scottish regalia, 443.
A. (C. T.) on Troilus and Cressida, 259.
Acworth queries, 608.
Adair (John), particulars of, 273.
Adams (Rev. T.), his 4to. Sermons, 80. 134.
Addison and his hymns, 439. 513.
Admonition to the Parliament, 4. 184.
A. (E.) on meaning of Chatterbox, 141.
Ægrotus on the monuments of De la Beche family, 341.
- - number of the children of Israel, 11.
- - petition respecting the Duke of Wellington, 43.
- - Porson's derivation of donkey, 165.
- - Junius, 257.
- - sword swallowing, 296.
- - Autobiography of Timour, 398.
A. (E. H.) on Gregentius and the Jews, 58.
- - longevity and rejuvenescency, 356.
- - notices of J. Scandret, 585.
- - Sir Edw. Seawards Narrative, 185.
- - notices of General Wolfe, 398.
A. (F.) on the number of the children of Israel, 180.
- - English translation of the Canons, 307.
- - "Quid est episcopus," 255.
- - "Wise above that which is written," 260.
A. (F. R.) on Advocate, Junius' correspondent, 582.
- - Mr. Samuel Johnson, 596.
A. (F. S.) on Marlborough 5th November custom, 365.
- - Mary Queen of Scots, and Bothwell's confession, 381.
- - the Reed family, 29.
A. (G. B.) on Acworth queries, 608.
Agmond on key experiments, 293.
- - omens from young lambs, 293.
- - instances of longevity, 401.
Agrippa on the Archbishop of Spalatro, 80.
A. (G. S.) on the arms of Allen of Rossull, 139.
Ague, charm for, 413.
Ai, the diphthong, 581.
Ajax on maps of Africa, 236. 329.
- - Dr. Donne's manuscripts, 611.
- - works on ecclesiastical geography, 276.
A. (J. H.) on the Virtuosi, or St. Luke's Club, 487.
A. (J. S.) on Cuddy the ass, 419.
- - a custom on Valentine's day, 55.
A. (J. T.) on the black rood in Scotland, 440.
A. (J. Y.) on remains of horses and sheep in churches, 453.
Akerman (J. Y.) on the broad arrow, 189.
Albans (St.) William, the abbot, 611.
Albion on Wycherley's verses on Plowden, 297.
Aldress, the use of the word, 582.
Aldus, inscription on his sanctum, 152.
Aleclenegate, its meaning, 10.
Algor (John) on old books with new titles, 245.
Allcroft (J. D.) on foundation stones, 585.
Allen (E.) on the word Blaen, 212.
Allen (J. F.) on the stature of Q. Elizabeth, 440.
Allens of Rossull, their arms, 11, 139.
All-fours, its meaning, 441.
Almas Cliffe, near Harrowgate, 296, 354.
[Greek: Alphred] on rhymes connected with places, 404.
Alterius orbis papa, its origin, 68.
Altron on Newton, Cicero, and gravitation, 573.
A. (M.) on Johnson's house, Bolt Court, 232.
- - the music caused by cracked glass, 294.
Amanuensis on Barnard's Church Music, 176.
- - Finsbury manor, 440.
- - the king's standard, 276.
Amateur (an) on musical writers, 582.
Ambassadors addressed as peers, 213. 258.
Ambassadors, foreign, 135. 498.
Amber Witch, its authenticity, 510. 569.
Ambree (Mary), notices wanted, 321.
Amicus on "Inveni portum," 10.
Amyclæ, the burghers of, 297.
An, the article, when prefixed, 297. 380.
Analysis defined, 370.
Anderson's Annals of the English Bible noticed, 110.
Anecdote of a noble lord, 417.
Angel-beast, nature of the game, 559.
Anon. on large families, 548.
- - queries in Walton's Angler, 609.
Anramenii (Sampson) on the burial law, 320.
- - a great man who could not spell, 322.
Anstis on the Antiquity of Seals, the MS., 610.
Antiquaries temp. Elizabeth, 365.
Antiquarius On Cromwell's skull, 304.
Apple sauce with pork, when first used, 395.
Apple trees, blessing them, 148.
Arable land, the rental of, in 1333, 396.
Aram (Eugene), the murderer of D. Clarke, 125.
Arc de aubouin, its meaning, 248. 330.
Archæologia Cambrensis, on the reprint of vol. i., 274. 426.
Archer rolls, and master of archery, 395.
Arciacon, the god, 607.
Arkwright, origin of the name, 320. 429.
Armiger's crest, query respecting, 397.
Armorial bearings, parliamentary papers on, 416.
Arms of royalty in churches, 559.
Arncliffe on eagles' feathers, 462.
Arrow head, or broad arrow, 116. 189.
Arthur (King), his second exhumation 490. 598.
Arun on the meaning of Hoo, 61.
Ash (Dr. John), his early history, 12. 135.
Ashmole (Elias) and the Tradescants, 367. 385.
Astrologer royal, a nominal post, 370.
Athenian Oracle and Gazette, notice of, 230.
Audley family, the present representative, 151.
Aue Trici and Gheeze Ysenoudi, 65.
Augmentation office, 201.
Augustine (St.), his Confessions, &c., 417.
- - his Six Treatises on music, 584.
Author (a Small) on the calamities of authors, 55.
Authors, a new calamity of, 55. 97.
Avis aux Réfugiez, its authorship, 247.
A. (W.) on Cooper's miniature of Cromwell, 92.
A. (W. P.) on the Cromwell family, 321.
- - London Genealogical Society, 297.
Azores, origin of the name, 489. 501.

B.

B. on Mary Fann, 585.
- - the seed of St. John's fearn, 453.
- - Pope and Flatman, 17.
- - Tregonwell Frampton, 16.
B. (A) on notices of St. Botolph, 396.
- - Cromwell's burial place, 396.
- - Lancashire May-day custom, 581.
- - largesse, 557.
Babington (Anthony), tract relating to, 344. 572.
Bachelor (an Old) on cold pudding settling love, 189.
Bachelors' buttons 178.
Bacon, learned men of this name, 131. 284.
Bacon (Lord), poet referred to by him, 232.
Badges of noblemen in the 15th century, 467.
B. (A. E.) on a passage in Goldsmith, 62.
- - Halliwell's Annotated Shakspeare, 535.
- - reply to Mr. Hickson's objections, 587.
- - readings in Shakspeare, 75. 169. 241. 410. 483.
- - the meaning and origin of era, 106.
- - the pendulum demonstration, 158.
- - "Asters with trains of fire," 210.
- - Shakspeare's sickle or sheckel, 324
Bagshaw (Sir Edward), notices of, 298. 403.
Bagster's English Version of the Polyglott, 587.
Bailey (Miss), the song, 248. 280.
Ballads, northern, 177.
Balliolensis on Lord King, the Sclaters, &c., 457. 569.
- - Burial of Sir John Moore, 585.
- - corrupted names, 534.
- - Ralph Winterton, 569.
Balmerino (Lord Arthur) his Letters, 490.
Banning or Bayning family, 536.
Banyan-day explained, 442.
Baptisteries anciently outside the church, 81.
{626}Barbarian defended, 473.
Barnacles, meaning of the term, 13. 499. 571.
Barnard's Church Music, 176. 355.
Baronets, ladies so styled, 536.
Baron's hearse, inquiry respecting, 128. 213.
Barrière (M.) and the Quarterly Review, 347. 402. 616.
Barrister, its derivation, 67.
Bartholomew (St.), notice of, 129. 307. 499.
Bartlett (A. D.) on the Dodo, 544.
Baskerville the printer, 209. 355. 618.
Basnet family, 91.
Bastard (Thomas), his epigrams, 197.
Bastides, 150. 206. 546.
Batavus on shield of Hercules, 152.
Bates (Wm.) on Cane Decane, 523.
- - ground ice, 516.
- - rhymes on places, 500.
- - hoax on Sir Walter Scott, 546.
Battle of Neville's Cross, a poem, 538.
Bavius on Cane Decane, &c., 523.
Bauderich and bells, 426.
Baxter (Richard), notices of, 481. 507. 565.
- - Heavy Shove, 416. 515. 594.
- - Pulpit. 363. 498.
- - (W. H.) on rhymes on places, 449.
B. (B.) on astrologer royal, 370.
- - a smart saying of Baxter, 507.
- - Bee Park, 498.
- - Johnson's house, Bolt Court, 232.
- - the Bowyer Bible, 350.
- - the convertibility of grin and gin, 340.
- - Milton's rib bone, 369.
- - London street characters, 377.
- - on misappropriated quotations, 607.
- - the derivation of Caul, 557.
- - the antiquity of vanes, 490.
- - St. Wilfrid's Needle in Yorkshire, 510.
B. (C.) on Abigail, 94.
- - song of Miss Bailey, 280.
- - arrangement of books, 114.
- - Queen Brunéhaut, 40. 206.
- - epigram on Burnet(?), 58.
- - the word Couch, 405.
- - Johnny Crapaud, 523.
- - fern storms, 280.
- - meaning of Groom, 92.
- - L'Homme de 1400 ans, 175.
- - Juby Issham, 523.
- - Moravian hymns, 94.
- - Newton, Cicero, and gravitation, 422.
- - optical phenomenon, 523.
- - St. Paul's quotation of heathen writers, 352.
- - derivation of Poison, 499.
- - Dutch Commentary on Pope, 93.
- - salting of infants, 141.
- - meaning of Theodoneum, 161.
- - age of trees, 141.
- - deep wells, 41.
- - New Zealand legend, 282.
B. (C. C.) on Dr. W. Warren's tract on Cambridge, 418.
B. (C. H.) on few descents through long periods, 330.
B. (C. W.) on the value of solidus Gallicus, 277.
- - the authorship of Black Gowns and Red Coats, 332.
- - verses in Latin prose, 44.
- - corrupted names of places, 333.
- - archaic and provincial words, 375.
- - Ralph Winterton, 419.
Beauclerk (Lady Diana), noticed, 234. 261.
Bealby (H. M.), notices of Richard Baxter, 481.
Bede's chair in Jarrow church, 434.
Bede (Cuthbert) on the article an, 381.
- - Absalom's hair, 380.
- - Baxter's pulpit, 363. 565.
- - Bede's chair in Jarrow church, 434.
- - body and soul, 364.
- - Cleopatra playing at billiards, 585.
- - giving cheese at a birth, 364.
- - archaic and provincial words, 375.
- - nightingale and thorn, 380.
- - dedication stone at Jarrow church, 434.
Bede (Cuthbert) on exterior stoups, 560.
Bedell (Bishop), his device, 101.
B. (E.) on lines on Dr. Fell, 355.
- - General Urmston, 442.
B. (E. D.) on the Butts family, 329.
Bee-park, what? 322. 498.
Bee superstitions, 148. 437.
Bee (Tee) on British ambassadors, 498.
- - Johnson's house, Bolt Court, 232.
- - Duchess of Lancaster, 423.
- - bishop of London's house, 523.
B. (E. H.) on bishops vacating their sees, 548.
- - the meaning of Sleekstone, 548.
- - statute of limitations abroad, 546.
Beholden, its derivation, 321.
Bell, superstition respecting the passing, 364.
Bells, terms in change ringing, 512.
Benbow on 'Prentice pillars, 498.
Bengal Civilian (an Old) on "Son of the Morning," 137.
Benmohel (N. L.) on Rehetour and Moke, 373.
Béocera Gent, were they Irish? 201. 259. 283.
Bequest, curious one at Eardisland, 345.
Berkeley (John Lord), was he bishop of Ely? 275. 309.
Berkeley (Bp.), his reference to a nobleman, 345. 448.
B. (E. T.) on legend of St. Kenelm, 79.
Beware the cat, inquiry after, 318.
B. (F. C.) on the Book of Jasher, 524.
B. (G.) on the east wind on Candlemas-day, 462.
B. (G. M.) on Jacobite toast, 372.
B. (H.) on "The Delicate Investigation," 354.
B. (H. A.) on Sterne's letter from Paris, 254.
Bible, Latin hexameters on the books of, 414.
Bibliophilus (Periergus) on passage in Hamlet, 377.
Bibliophilus (N. P.) on the author of Avis aux Réfugiez, 247.
Bibliothecar. Chetham. on Carling Sunday, &c., 611.
- - Dutch Chronicle of the World, 281.
- - the doctrine of the resurrection, 446.
Bibliotheca Literaria, contributors to, 486.
Bible, correction in the Cambridge edition, 511.
Bible, lines on, attributed to Byron, 66. 162.
Biblicus on the Apocalypse, 584.
Bibliography, historical, 52.
Bigot, its derivation, 277. 331.
Bilson (Arnold), who was his wife? 295.
Biographical Dictionary a desideratum, 165.
Bishops vacating their sees, 156. 548.
Bishopsgate, bishop of London's palace in, 371. 523.
Birmingham antiquities, 271.
B. (J.) on market crosses, 594.
- - movable pulpit at Norwich, 475.
- - portrait of Charles Mordaunt, 521.
B. (J. N.) on St. Bartholomew, 307.
- - Gospel oaks, 306.
B. (J. O.) on the last lay of Petrarch's cat, 174.
B. (J. S.) on the last of the Palæologi, 357.
Bill of fare at a christening, 1682, 412.
Black Book of Scone, 294.
Black Gowns and Red Coats, a satire, 297. 332.
Blackwell (Dr. Elizabeth), 394.
Blackwell (W.), on the Knollys family, 498.
Blaen, a Welsh prefix, 128. 212. 282.
Blakloanæ Hæresis, 44.
B. (L. C.) on boy bishop at Eton, 557.
Blessing by the hand, 44.
Blink (G.) on corrupted names of places, 499.
Blindman's holiday, origin of the term, 587.
Blind taught to read by carved letters, 151.
Bloomerism in the 16th century, 8.
B. (M. W.) on Baxter's Shove, 594.
- - the death-watch, 537.
- - Dr. Johnson a prophet, 317.
- - monument to Mary Queen of Scots, 517.
- - corrupted names of places, 333.
- - portrait of John Rogers, 508.
- - tortoiseshell tom cat, 618.
B. (N.) on optical phenomenon, 441.
Bn. (R.) on Lossius' Annotationes Scholasticæ, 230.
Boar's-head wrestled for, 106.
Boase (John J. A.) on bronze medals, 608.
Boeoticus on hair cut off, an antidote, 581.
- - Punch and Judy, 610.
Bogatzky's Golden Treasury noticed, 63.
Bohun's Historical Collections, 539. 599.
Boiling to death as a punishment, 32. 112. 184. 355.
Boleyn (Anne), her burial-place, 464.
Bolingbroke, origin of the name, 392.
[Greek: Bolis] on Wyle Cop, 44.
Bonaparte and Lord Whitworth, 313.
Bonds of Clearwell and Redbrook, 105.
Boniface, on apple sauce with pork, 395.
Bookbuyers, hints to, 271.
Booker (John) on burials in woollen, 542.
Book-keepers, hints to, 391.
Books, mechanical arrangement of, 49. 114.
Books, notices of new -
Ackerman's Remains of Pagan Saxondom, 550.
African Wanderings, 478.
Alfred (King), his complete works, 45. 117.
Allen's Battles of the British Navy, 190.
Andersen's Danish Fairy Legends, 213.
Anti-Jacobin Poetry, 525.
Antiquarian Etching Club, Publications of, 454.
Archæologia Cambrensis for January, 18.
Aunt Effie's Rhymes for Little Children, 213.
Beechy's Literary Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds, 190.
Book of Familiar Quotations, 117.
Brande's Dictionary of Science, 574.
Bridgewater Treatises, 478.
Brown's Grammar of English Grammars, 166.
Browne's (Sir Thomas) Works, by Wilkin, 18. 382.
Bruce's Letter to Lord Viscount Mahon, 502.
Buckley's Translation of the Trent Canons, 45.
Burke's Works and Correspondence, 524. 575.
Burton's Narratives from Criminal Trials, 501.
Cavendish's Life of Wolsey, 262.
Carlisle (Earl of), Lectures on Popular Education, 334.
Child's Play, Seventeen Drawings by E. V. B., 213.
Chronicle of the Grey Friars (Camden Soc.), 454.
Cicero's Orations, translated, 358.
Clarke's Viola the Twin and Imogen the Peerless, 166.
Coins of the Ancient Duchies of Brabant and Limberg, 166.
Colquhoun's History of Magic, 44.
Cunningham's Story of Nell Gwyn, 406.
Deeds of Naval Daring, 478.
Delapierre's Macaronéana, 166.
Dumas' Pictures and Travels in France, 18.
Eaton's Rome in the Nineteenth Century, 525.
French in England, 262.
Fuller's (Andrew), Works, 286.
Gibbings (Rev. R.), "Were Heretics ever burned at Rome?" 334.
{627}Gosse's Popular British Ornithology, 190.
Grimm's Household Stories, 454.
- - Deutsches Wörterbuch, 478.
Halliwell on the Emendation in Cymbeline, 358.
Hervey's Pathway of the Fawn, 45.
Holcroft (Thomas), his Memoirs, 262.
Hook (Theodore), Sketch of, 478.
Home Truths for Home Peace, 214.
Huc's Travels in Tartary and China, 18. 142.
Humboldt's Travels, 94.
Hunter's Robin Hood, 622.
James' Fables of Æsop, 478.
Joceline's Mother's Legacie, 18.
Kidd's London Journal, 117.
Lamartine's History of Monarchy in France, 334.
Lebahn's Henry von Eichenfels, 214.
Legal Iambics in Prose, 525.
London Library Catalogue, 334.
Longstaffe's Richmondshire, 622.
Macaulay's Essays on Addison and Horace Walpole, 18.
Mackay's Memoirs of Popular Delusions, 286.
Maitland's (Dr.) Eight Essays on various Subjects, 238.
Marquardsen's Ueber Haft und Bürgschaft bei den Angelsachsen, 117.
Marsden's Lectures on Archæology, 430.
Men of the Time in 1852, 190.
Michaud's History of the Crusaders, 236.
Moore's History of British Ferns, 18.
Murray's Official Handbook of Church and State, 142.
- - Readings for the Rail, 383.
Myrtle's Home and its Pleasures, 213.
Neander's General History, vol. vi., 69.
Newman's Regal Rome, 285.
Oersted on the Soul in Nature, 382.
Pindar's Odes translated, 69.
Reynolds' (Sir Joshua) Works, 430.
Roffe's Essay upon Shakspeare, 525.
Rose on the Affghans, Ten Tribes, &c., 358.
Smith's Dictionary of Ancient Geography, 69.
Sugden (Sir Edw.), Shall we register our Deeds? 117.
Tapping's Rhymed Chronicle of Edw. Manlove, 69.
Taylor's Emphatic New Testament, 549.
Thorpe's Ancient Laws and Institutes of England, 357.
Trench on the Study of Words, 357.
Tymms' Handbook of Bury, 117.
Vasa (Gustavus), History of, 261.
Washington (Gen.), Life by C. W. Upham, 406.
Woman's Journey round the World, 94.
Worsaae's Danes and Norwegians, 69.
Wylie's Fairford Graves, 430.
Books, old, with new titles, 125. 245.
Boorde (Andrew), Latin song by, 482.
[Greek: Borias] on "Cease, rude Boreas," 559.
Borough-English, the custom of, 40.
Borrow's Muggletonians, 320.
Borrowing days explained, 278. 342.
Boston and Bunker's Hill, 438.
Bosquecillo on wedding-rings, 443.
- - Viego, on weather prophecy, 581.
- - Sir Walter Raleigh's ring, 538.
Botfield (Beriah) on Caxton memorial, 51.
Bothwell's burial place, 368.
Botolph (St.), particulars of, 396. 475. 566.
Bough-house explained, 371.
Bourne's (Vincent) Epilogus in Eunuchum Terentii, 60.
Bow bells, born within the sound of, 28. 140. 212. 380.
Bowdler's Family Shakspeare, cheap edition suggested, 245.
Bowyer Bible, inquiry after, 248. 309. 350.
Boy bishop at Eton, 557. 621.
B. (P.) on the author of Character of a True Churchman, 156.
- - the author of God's Love, &c., 307.
B. (R.) on angel-beast; cleek; longtriloo, 559.
Braem's Mémoires touchant le Commerce, 126. 543. 599.
Bransby (Rev. James), notice of, 611.
Brallaghan, or the Deipnosophists, 508.
Brasses of Abbot Kirton, 536.
Bray (Anna Eliza) on Countess of Desmond, 564.
Braybrooke (Lord) on the derivation of Brozier, 235.
- - Bonaparte and Lord Whitworth, 313.
- - a portrait of the Countess of Desmond, 381.
- - traditions of remote periods, 135.
- - John of Padua, 161.
- - Mary Howe, 281.
- - a curious instance of female fecundity, 304.
- - Latin hexameters on the Bible, 414.
- - memoria technica for Shakspeare's plays, 464.
- - Gen. James Wolfe, 34.
Breen (Henry H.) on epigram on La Bruyère, 414.
- - quotation, "Felix natu," &c., 610.
- - the derivation of Garrat, 104.
- - the birthplace of the Empress Josephine, 220.
- - Idées Napoléoniennes, 101.
- - the phrase "Martin-drunk," 587.
- - derivation of Martinique, 330. 572.
- - the mistral, 247.
- - a passage in Pope's Imitation of Horace, 426.
- - "Quid non fecerunt Barbari," 559.
Breezes of gas works, why so called, 395.
Breton (Nicholas), poem by, 487.
B. (R. H.) on Scotch tokens, 585.
Brigadier-General, letter to, 296. 328.
Bridgeman (Bp.), notices of, 80. 140.
Bridger (Charles) on autobiography of W. Oldys, 529.
British Museum, additions to the MSS., 237.
Brito on the birthplace of St. Patrick, 403.
Brittany, history of, containing genealogies, 59. 189.
Broctuna on Merchant Adventurers, 430.
Brogue and Fetch, Irish words, 557.
Bronze medals, 608.
Brown (Wm.) jun. on the Book of Jasher, 476.
Browne (T. R.) on the patriarch Job, 26. 206.
Brozier, its derivations, 235.
B. (R. S.) on the arms of Roberson, 346.
Bruce (John) on age of trees, 8.
- - Count Königsmark, 115.
Bruce (King Robert), his watch, 105. 186.
Bruné (Queen), notice of, 40. 108. 206.
Bruno on the words Fell and Rigg, 557.
Bruyère (La), epigram on, 414.
B. (R. W.), custom on St. Crispin's day, 30.
- - on wassailing orchards in Sussex, 293.
B. (S. E.) on the discovery of gravitation, 344.
B. (T.) on poem on the burning of the houses of Parliament, 488.
B. (T. J.) on origin of paper, 174.
Bt. (J.) on meaning of Knarres, 200.
B. (T. W.) on hippopotamus, behemoth, 149.
Buchanan and Voltaire, 272.
Buckton (T. J.) on Carmen perpetuum, 187.
- - Greek names of fishes, 73.
- - hell paved with skulls of priests, 92.
- - the number Seven, 596.
Building sites mysteriously changed, 436. 524.
Bull, a blunder, explained, 453.
Bull, its meaning, 497.
Bull the barrel, its meaning, 200. 281.
Bullen family, 127. 569.
Burial, law respecting, 320. 404. 549. 596.
Burial without religious service, 466. 613.
Buriensis on Aleclenegate, 10.
- - bough-house, 371.
- - whipping a husband, 152.
- - the origin of Gospel oaks, 157.
- - deaths from fasting, 247.
- - emblems of a saint, 347.
- - spectral coach and horses, 365.
- - plague stones, 374.
- - the origins of the name Rotten Row, 40.
- - Suffolk newspapers, 127.
- - noblemen's badges in the 15th century, 467.
Burnet (Bp.), epigram on, 58. 137.
Burnet (Gilbert), the correspondent of Hutcheson, 396.
Burnomania, its author, 127. 428.
Burr (Margaret), notices of, 177.
Burton (Thomas), founder of Loughborough School, 60.
Burtt (Joseph) on bills for printing and binding the King's Book, 389.
Bush, burning the, 437.
Bush (Charles), collections of charters, &c., 237.
Butler (Rev. A.), inscription on his monument, 224.
Butterworth & Co., letter respecting a pretended reviewer, 97.
Butts family, notices of, 329.
Buzz, its meaning, 104. 187.
B. (W.) on Sir Edward Bagshaw, 298.
- - the meaning of Stoke, 106.
- - St. Ulrich's, Augsburg, 468.
B. (W. H.) on an inscription on George inn, 559.
B. (W. J.) on General Index to Critical Review, 442.
B. (W. M.) on the surname Bywater, 510.
Byrom's paraphrase on motto of "N. & Q.," 463.
Byron (Lord), ivory medallion of, 104.
- - Siege of Corinth, 534.
Bywater, its earliest use, 510.

C.

C. on M. Barrière and the Quarterly Review, 616.
- - Cibber's Lives of the Poets, 65. 161.
- - Cuddy, the ass, 522.
- - Eliza Fenning, 161.
- - traditions through few links, 77. 203.
- - royal library, 89.
- - the two Königsmarks, 115. 236.
- - the word Devil, 595.
- - wearing gloves in presence of royalty, 157.
- - the meaning of Stoke, 161.
- - ornamental hermits, 207.
- - the meaning of Knarres, 256.
- - lines by Lord Palmerston, 619.
- - mispronounced names of places, 285.
- - the derivation of Sept, 304.
- - the meaning of Groom, 402.
- - on surnames, 593.
- - Algernon Sydney, 447.
- - line on Franklin, 571.
- - "Up, guards, and at them!" 425.
- - Sir Gammer Vangs, 164.
C. (A.) on clapper gate, 560.
- - family likenesses, 8.
- - Isle of Man folk lore, 341.
- - oath of a pregnant woman, 393.
- - twittens, 560.
Cabal, its early uses, 139. 520.
Cæsarius Arelatensis noticed, 91.
Cagots, notices of, 428. 493.
Caldoriana Societas, inquiry respecting, 13.
Cambrian literature, 489.
Camden, German poet quoted by him, 177.
Camden's poem on the marriage of Thames and Isis, 30.
Camera (De) on the meaning of Emayle, 563.
- - the meaning of Penkenol, 545.
- - Scologlandis and Scologi, 475.
Campkin (Henry) on Cowley and his monument, 267.
{628}Campkin (Henry) on "The Man in the Almanack," 320.
Canon Ebor. on three estates of the realm, 129.
Canongate marriages, 370.
Canons, the English translation of them, 246. 307. 330.
Cantor on collar of SS, 82.
Capital punishment, mitigation of, 444.
Carbo on the etymology of poison, 394.
Cards, old playing, 370.
- - prohibited to apprentices, 346.
- - South Sea playing, 17.
Carew (Sir George), his pedigree, 610.
Carl on white-livered knight, 452.
Carling Sunday, 611.
Carmarthen, its derivation, 469.
Caroline (Queen), suppression of her trial, 201. 354.
Carrs or calves in 1 Esdras v. 55., 560.
Caspar on reason and understanding, 590.
Cat Island, why so called? 78.
Catholic Communion, essay towards a proposal for, its authorship, 198. 277.
Cato (Josiah) on glass-making in England, 322.
Catterick for Cattraeth, 164.
Caul, its derivation, 557.
Caxton coffer, 3. 265.
- - memorial, 51.
C. (B.) on Whiting's watch, 403.
C. (B. N.) on London street characters, 376.
C. (C. C.) on the seventh son, 617.
C. (C. C. C.) on learned man referred to by Rogers, 559.
"Cease, rude Boreas," its author, 559.
Ceyrep on Buro, Berto, Beriora, 477.
- - St. Christopher, 494.
- - MS. De Humilitate, 610.
- - monastic establishments in Scotland, 104.
- - the ring finger, 114. 492.
- - serjeants' rings, 111.
- - birthplace of St. Patrick, 344.
- - the site of Twyford, 457.
- - the number Seven, 617.
- - Spy Wednesday, 620.
C. (F. G.) on the Cromwell family, 489.
C. (G. A.) on arc de Arbouin, 330.
- - the arms of an armiger, 397.
- - cure for hooping cough, 223.
- - Land Holland, 330.
- - Nelson family, 236.


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