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B. (G. F. R.) on radical reform, 137

Bayly (W. J.) on Sir Richard Cox, 433
Rokeby (Mr. Justice), 18

Bayne (T.) on “ Balk,” 35
Ruskin (John), passage from, 108

Death bell, 57
Scarpines, instrument of torture, 218

Hind=peasant, 252
Spectacles, their use, 126

“Silver lining to every cloud,” 375
Stafford House, 57

Beach (W. P.) on Lord Clive, 430
• Star Chamber,' 471

Beaconsfield (Lord) and the primrose, 55, 116
Stuart papers, 189

Beard (J.) on sword of the Black Prince, 278
Stuart (Sir John), 98

England and Scotland reproduced in America, 212
B. (H.) on Ludgershall, place-name, 287

Marriage presents, 400
B. (H. H.) on Glover’s ‘History of Derby,' 294 Bearswood Green, near Doncaster, 488
B. (J. N.) on Pwnterschipe, 392

Beaven (A. B.) on “Mad as a hatter," 218
Scotch Hall, 394

Beazant (H.) on Rowlandson, 193
B. (St. C.) on the burial of Charlemagne, 297

Beazeley (A.) on correspondence, 334
B. (W.) on rhymes on bird notes, 128

Ealing School, 434
Virgil and modern iconoclasm, 192

Bêche de mer fishing, 183
B. (W. C.) on bibliography of bells, 352

Beckett family, 132
Books, big, 392

Bede (Cuthbert) on Burns's Poems,' 146
Christmas bibliography, 483

Gothic, late, and early English, 482
Cicero, quotation from, 494

Grant (J.), his ‘Sketches of London,' 27
Dogs, their names, 270

Hunting horns, 151
Kirk grims, 350

Louviina, a new Christian name, 6
Magazines, school and college, 214

Martyr's “shirt of fire,” 305
Mort=much, 176

Mary, Queen of Scots, 386
Posts at cross roads, 337

Muckingtogs=macintosh, 405
• Treasure Island,' 345

Pastels or pastils, 461
Vine in England, 476

“Phiz” and “Alfred Crowquill,” 26
Writing with sand, 310

Pingle, its meaning, 32
York (Archbishops of), 517

Siddons (Mrs.) as Mary, Queen of Scots, 241
B. (W. C. M.) on Anson's Voyages,' 351

Skip=basket, 298
Cholyens, its meaning, 138

"Turning up his eyes like a duck in thunder,” 67
Italian accusative and infinitive, 233

Vicarage, long tenure of, 65
Babord and tribord, French words, 82

Bed-rock, a new word, 466
Baddeley (E.) on Magna Charta, 188

Beer, bitter, 90 ; Belgian, 284, 396
Bagley (Henry), bell-founder, 309, 490

Beersheba and Bathsheba, 503
Bagnall (J.) on De Bobun family, 413

Belgian arms, 35
Rose, thistle, and shamrock, 430

Belgian beer, verses on, 284, 396
Washington family, 395

Belgian custom, 249, 336, 456
Bailey (J. E.), F.S.A., his death, 180

Beljame (A.) on Chedreux = wig, 296
Baker (E. C.) on ‘Merchants' Avizo,' 503

Bell-founder, Northamptonshire, 309, 490
Weston-super-Mare, 208

Bell inscriptions, 52, 175
Baker (G. P.), jun., on Albert Schirmer, 288

Bell (H. T. M.) on Langhorne, 514
Baker (T. H.) on the Brocken spectre, 510

Bell (J. H.) on tooth brushes, 293
Balfour (I. B.) on saloop, a beverage, 468

Bells, works on, 12, 181, 294, 352; death bell, 57,
Balk, its provincial meanings, 35

276 ; muffled during Advent, 484
Ball rolled down dinner table, 489

Bengal Fusiliers, 101st and 104th Regiments, 318, 395
Ball family of Stonehouse, 367, 474

Beresford (S. B.) on sons of Edward III., 111
Ball (H. H.) on Blayney family, 408

Berthold (H.), his 'Political Handkerchief,'13
Banjo: Banjore, their etymology, 480

Best (Judge), index blunder, 449, 493
Bank of England, its “ three days' sole bills of Bethell (W.) on Breaker=asylum keeper, 169
exchange,” 386

Chartist, 273
Banns superstition, 466

Conroy (Eliza Jane), 74
Baptismal folk-lore, 75

Epitaphs, curious, 106
Barham (R. H.), eogravings in the 'Ingoldsby Green (James), 107
Legends,' 508

Indictment, curious, 385
Baring.Gould (8.) on west of England ballade, 442 Bethlen (Nicolaus de), his 'Autobiography,' 445
Barnet Fair, 287, 415

Bible, Matthew's, 1537, 35, 134 ; hornet of Joshua
Barring out in Cumberland, 484

xxiv. 12, 105, 277 ; “fox," St. Luke xiii. 31-35,
Bartolozzi (Francesco) and Woollett, 46

148, 396 ; Acts ii. 9-11, 149, 230, 396; Devil's
Barton (T.) on genealogical queries, 327

Bible, 248, 373 ; illustrations by Isaac Taylor,
Basire (Jacques), engraver, 31

jun., 309
Ba:bsbeba and Beersheba, 508

Bibliography :-
Battle, military bands in, 147, 416

*Alumni Westmonasterienses,' 347, 475
Kattle interrupted by an earthquake, 307

Ascham (Antony), 284
Bay berries, their use by the ancients, 188, 237

Barham (R. H.), •Ingoldsby Legends,' 508
Bayly baronetcy, 168, 211, 258, 395

Bells, 12, 181, 294, 352

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Bibliography :-

Blenkinsopp (E. L.) on Baron Coleraine, 433
Blackwall (John), 291

Corf=basket, 233
Books, big ones big bores, 206, 391 ; privately Edward III., his sons, 111

printed, 246 ; prices of standard, circa 1820- Epiphany, royal offering at, 97
1830, 309, 456

Novel, first serial, 98
Borrow (George), 428

Parish register, extract from, 171
Burns (Robert), 146, 275

Peacock, Persian, 458
Burton (Robert), 443, 517

Railway tickets, 96
Byron (Lord), 3,9

Russia, Black, White, and Red, 372
Cant dictionaries, 158

Spectacles, their use, 274
Cartwright (William), 187

Bletsoe, co. Bedford, 78
Christmas, 483

Blunder, curious, 205
Clark (Edward), 269

Boase (G. C.) on Sir Simon Connock, 457
Coleridge (S. T.), bis 'Remorse,' 385

Boddington (R. S.) on Herbert family, 138
Curlliana, 4

Bodens (Charles) and the 'Modish Couple,' 223
Digby (Kepelm Henry), 507

Boger (C. G.) on Bristol, 108
• Divers Useful Instructions for Young Souldiers,' Cleve Abbey, 132
68

St. Thomas Apostle, 374
*Eastward Ho'first edition, 266

Sovereigns, three, in one year, 5
Gent (Thomas), 402

Boileau on the meaning of Sny, 371
Gordon (Patrick), 307, 395

Boleyns, a visit to their country, 202
Grammars, English, 121, 243, 302, 453

Bonaparte (Napoleon), his habeas corpus, 467
Grant (James), «Sketches of London,' 27

Bone (J. W.) on Dedluck, co. Salop, 31
Green (James), 107

Moon-lore, 10
Harland (Marion), 248, 376

Poets, English, 468
Lever (Charles), 111, 234

Booby, used attributively, 306
Magazines, school and college, 93, 214; Christian, Bookbinding, stamp on, 148
228, 310

Bookbindings, their preservation, 86, 236, 398, 472
Merchants' Avizo,' 1616, 503

Book-plates, Suffolk, 508
‘Novvelles Recreations et Joyeux Devis,' 381 Books. See Bibliography.
Oxford, 130, 209

Books recently published :-
Soowthern (John), 306

Adams's (W. D.) By-ways in Book-Land, 399
Spanish Armada, 189

Alexandrow's (F.) Russian Language, 260
Sturt (John), 486

American Notes and Queries, 259, 332, 392, 451
Swift (Dean Jonathan), 128, 252

Anderson's (J. E.) History of Mortlake, 299
Tasso (Torquato), 101, 141, 362

Anglo-Jewish Exhibition Publications, 79
• Traité Curieux sur l'Enlèvement du Prince de Axon's (W. E. A.) Stray Chapters in Literature,
Furstenberg,’ 403

139, 419
Voyage of the Bonette,' 509

Baddeley's (J. J.) St. Giles, Cripplegate. 438
Wallace (James), ' Shakspearian Sketches,' 147 Book Prices Current, Vol. II., Part I., 260
Bidding custom, 406, 477

Bowles's (E.) Madame de Maintenon, 119
Biffin (Sarah), miniature painter, 145, 229

Bradley's (H.) The Goths, 59
Bilberry wys, its meaning, 227, 313

Bradley's (M. C. and E. T.) Westminster Abbey,
Billingsgate Ward, its aldermen, 268

520
Biniou, its meaning, 106

Buckley (W. E.) and Madan's Brasenose Calendar,
Birch (W. J.) on Macready, 118

340, 377
Wolseley (Lord) on military genius, 489

Bullen's (A. H.) Speculum Amantis, 319; Lyrics
Bird notes, rhymes on, 128

from Song-Books, 377
"Bird (T.) on the Brocken spectre, 406

Bygones relating to Wales, 339
Birds, musical taste in, 447

Calendar of State Papers, 1659-1660, 60
- Birds of Manchester,' 247, 291

Chester Wills and Inventories, Index to, 59
Birkenhead, accounts of its wreck, 108, 194

Cibber's (Colley) Apology, edited by R. W. Lowe,
Birth hour recorded, 237

499
Blackledge (G.) on the clergy and religion, 213

Clouston's (W. A.) Book of Noodles, 19
South (S.), his MS3., 127

Collins's (F.) Wills in Yorkshire Registry, 377
Sulgrave Manor, 185

Cook's (E.) Handbook to National Gallery, 259
Blackwall (John), zoologist, 291

Cowper's (J. M.) Inscriptions of Holy Cross, 230
Blackwood (A.) on Turin papyrus, 209

Cymru Fu, Part II., 339
Blades (W.) on Chapel=printers' meeting, 364

Denton's (W.) England in Fifteenth Century, 139
Blair (Charles), his family, 329, 353

Derbyshire Archæological Society's Journal, 140
Blake and St. Albyn families, 167

Dictionary of National Biography, 19, 279
Blaydes (F. A.) on Rev. Nicolas Mason, 78

Diocesan Histories : Hereford, by R. W. Phillott,
Wills, parchment, 197

499
Blayney family, 408

Dodgson's (C. L.) Curiosa Mathematica, 479
Bleisbo for Bletsho, 446

Dunlop's (J. C.) History of Prose Fiction, 259
Blenkinsopp (E. L.) on Century : Centenary, 154

Encyclopædic Dictionary, 19, 519

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Books recently published :-

Books recently published :
English Dialect Society : West Somerset Word Shakespeare, New Variorum Edition, edited by
Book, 139; Glossary of Chester, ib. ; Folk-

H. H. Furness, Vol. VII., 239
Speech of South Cheshire, ib. ; Dictionary of Shakespeare, The Henry Irving, Vol. IV., 353
Kentish Dialect, ib. ; Berkshire Words and Shakespeare (Williaın) : Literary Biography, by
Phrases, 479; Sheffield Words, ib.

K. Elze, 439
Etherege's (Sir George) Works, ed. by Verity, 39 Shakespearean Extracts from Pudsey's Booke, 259
Fishwick's (H.) Registers of Rochdale, 219

Street's (A. E.) Memoir of G. E. Street, 399
Fitzgerald's (P.) Life of Mrs. Catherine Clive, 160 Sunlight, 180
Francis (John), Publisher of the ‘Atbenæum,' by Swallow's (H. J.) The Catherines of History, 239
J. C. Francis, 357

Taylor's (J.) Historic Families of Scotland, 399
Gentleman's Magazine Library : Literary Curio- Thackeray's (W. M.) Early Writings, 260
sities, 519

Thomas's (D. R.) St. Asaph, 480
Gibbons's (A.) Lincoln Marriage Licences, 219 Uzanne's (O.) Mirror of the World, 378
Gonner': (E. C. R.) Political Economy, 320

Vine's (F. T.) Cæsar in Kent, 99
Great Writers : Victor Hugo, by F. T. Marzials, Western Antiquary, 80

119; Ralph Waldo Emerson, by R. Garnett, Whitmore's (W. H.) Ancestral Tablets, 400
320 ; Goethe, by J. Sime, 439

Wordsworth (Christopher), Bishop of Lincoln, by
Gronow's Reminiscences, 519

J. H. Overton and E. Wordsworth, 159
Guiana Annals, by J. Rodway and T. Watt, 480 Wotton's (E. M.) Word Portraits, 339
Gwilt's (J.) Encyclopædia of Architecture, edited Booted Mission, 11
by W. Papworth, 199

Booth family of Gildersome, 95
Halkett and Laing's Dictionary of Anonymous Booth (P. H.) on Booth family, 95
Literature, 179

Borrow (George), his first work, 428
Hamilton's (A.) Memoirs of Count Grammont, Boswell (James) and Hon. Andrew Erskine, 369, 473
358, 393

Bottomley (James), lieut. b.p. 15th Regiment, 28
Historic Towns : Cinque Ports, by M. Burrows, Bouchier (J.) on baptismal folk-lore, 75
420

Books, their prices circa 1820-30, 309
Jessopp's (A.) Visitations of Norwich, 399

Comedy, practical jokes in, 129
Lancashire Inquisitions, 59

Cromwell (Oliver) and Carlisle Cathedral, 244, 454
Lane-Poole's (S.) Turkey, 419

Cumberland phrases, 149
Legge's (A. G.) Register of North Elmham, 219 Diddle, its meanings, 66, 297
L'Estrange's (J.) Freemen of Norwich, edited by Dogs mentioned by Scott, 462
W. Rye, 339

H, its mispronunciation, 110
London Library Catalogue, by R. Harrison, 79 Herrick (Robert), 268
Macgeorge's (A.) Old Glasgow, 420

Kissing under the mistletoe, 487
Mackay's (C.) Dictionary of Lowland Scotch, 60 October and its flowers, 288
Manuel's (Prince) Count Lucanor, translated by * Pleasures of Melancholy,' 436
J. York, 199, 289, 353

Rebecca in ‘Ivanhoe,' 16
Mee's (A.) Llanelly Parish Church, 279

Scott (Sir W.), 127, 372
Merydew's (J. T.) Love Letters of Famous Men Shelley (P. B.), his ' Adonais,' 431
and Women, 377

Swift (Dean), his 'Polite Conversation,' 403
Milne's (D.) Readable English Dictionary, 438 Tea and scandal, 282
Morley's (H.) English Writers, 300

Tennyson queries, 513
Mulcaster's (R.) Positions, edited by R. H. Virgil and modern iconoclasm, 22
Quick, 239

Bowles (G.) on foreign ice, 472
New English Dictionary, Pt. IV., 39

Bradford family of Sussex, 448
Nichol's (J.) Francis Bacon, 300

Bradford (J. G.) on heraldic query, 169
Nicholson's (A.) No Cipher in Shakespeare, 319 Bradley (H.) on egotism, 7
North's (Sir T.) Morall Philosophie of Doni, Elastic, history of the word, 43
edited by J. Jacobs, 39

Elephant, white, 267
Northamptonshire Notes and Queries, 180

Ell, its meanings, 287
Northern Notes and Queries, 80

• New English Dictionary,' 347
Notes and Queries for Somerset and Dorset, 520 Brailes, bell legend at, 52, 175
Nutt's (A.) Legend of the Holy Grail, 459 Brand (J.) on harp with shamrock, 388
Parkinson's (J.) Yorkshire Legends and Tradi- Brandings=surfs, 428
tions, 438

Brasses, Flemish, in England, 147, 180, 277.
Paul's History of Language, translated by H. A. Bread, “cheat,” 367, 497
Strong, 159

Breaker=asylum keeper, 169, 294
Peele's (G.) Works, edited by A. H. Bullen, 179 Brembelshet or Bremschat family, 187
Perrault's Popular Tales, edited by A. Lang, 19 Brewe, name of a bird, 329
Philosophical Classics : Spinoza, by J. Caird, 99 Brewer (E. C.) on the Devil's Bible, 248
Ragozin's (2. A.) Assyria, 299

Books, their prices circa 1820–30, 456
Royal Asiatic Society's Journal, 459

Carrick earldom, 332
Rye's (W.) Records and Record Searching, 99 Gloucester (Duke of), “Silly Billy," 486
Scott's (J.) Berwick upon Tweed, 480

Initials after pames, 398

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Brewer (E. C.) on “Omnibus order," 286

Red Book of the Exchequer, 268
Russian Propagandists, 288
Russias, Black, White, and Red, 149
St. Malan, 14
“ To get the mitten," 126

Virgin Mary's Guard,” 51
Brice (Andrew) and I ord Ogleby, 50
Bridges, tenemental, 72, 277
Bring and take, 225, 313, 454
Bristol, its county, 108, 232. 299
Brittany, expressions of relationship in, 447, 515
Broadside, The Duumvirate,' 168
Brocken spectre and others, 406, 509
“Broken Bowl House," a tavern sign, 145
Brompton, origin of the name, 35
Brooke family of Astley, 43, 158, 277
Brooke (Fulke Greville, Lord), his murder, 247, 417
Brough (B. H.) on Green, inventor of the stadia, 429
Brown (Jobo), his ' Mercbant:' Avizo,' 503
Browne (Hablót Knight), works illustrated by, 26
Browning (Robert) on Scott, 369
* Brussels Gazette,' 31, 134
Buchanan, fullower of Prince Charlie, 508
Buchheim (Arthur), his death, 220
Buckley (W. E.) on Alinement=alignement, 315

• Alumni Westmonasterienses,' 475
Banns superstition, 466
Bells muffled during Advent, 484
Books, big, 392
Brandings=surfs, 428
Calasirian, 210
Caractacus, 13
Celtic river.names, 216
“ Certain age,” 130
Charge of regiments, 495
Corkous, its meaning, 493
Cruso (Robinson), 174
Fable of dogs and kite, 53
Gladstone (Mr.), his accent, 124
Hornet of Josbua xxiv. 12, 277
Hulle : Ludee, 227
“Aunt is Up,' 413
Hymn of Cleanthes, 373
Indian pale ale, 417
Jackson (Bishop), 198
Lex Forcia,'185
* Musæ Juveniles,' 349
* Notes and Queries,' error in Index, 445
Palm Sunday, 50
Parallel passages, 346
Patrick (Simon), verses by, 416
“ Primrose path,” 49
Quarter licence, 518

Radical reform,” 275
Rogers (S.), notes in his ‘Italy,' 352
Shelley (P. B.), his ‘Adonais,' 431
“Silver lining to every cloud," 289
Tooth brushes, 354
Up-Helly-A, 11
Washington family, 395

Weather breeder, 505
Budæus, lines quoted by, 289, 431, 497
Bulloch (). M.) on Lord Clive, 293
Burgon (J. W.), Dean of Chichester, his deaih, 120
"Burial of a horse with its owner, 468

Burials, Christian, animal sacrifice at, 73
Burlingbrook (Lord) inquired after, 469
Burns (Robert), first edition of his 'Poems, ' 146,2
Burns (W. H.) on Bishops Jackson and Lloyd, 135
Burton (Robert), biblingraphy of the 'Anatomy

Melancholy,' 443, 517
Bury (Arthur), D.D., his death, 178, 292
Busk (R. H.) on

Biniou," 106
Colours as surnames, 350
Dead men=empty bottles, 238
Death bell, 58
Dympna, Irish saint, 193
Edward III., his sons, 250
Gold, old, 493
Hand-obaking, 33
Hussar pelisse, 18
Information, popular, how acquired, 510
Lord's Prayer, standing at, 311
Novel, its title, 55
Pearls, artificial, 371
Petroleum, 111
Rockall, 112
Rogers (S.), note in his · Italy,' 409
Rosa d'Oro : Orsini, 384
Rubbing inscriptions, 215
Solecisms, singular, 95
Swiss saints, 376
Wills, parchment, 453
Women, their costume in church, 514

Writing with sand, 310
Butler (J. D.) on Judge Best, 449

Books, big, 206
Coins, leather, 472
Convicts sent to the colonies, 116
“ Friar's lanthorn," 168
Moon-spots, 427
Swine-suckled, 28

Wetherby surname, 308
Butter-scotch and ‘New English Dictionary,' 89, 15
Byrne (J. R.) on lords of James II., 69

Quotations, their verification, 6
Byron (George Gordon, sixth Lord), prize essays or.

his town house, 126, 277; and Pope, 145; bu
•Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte,'369, 493
C. (E. F. D.) on death warrant, 474
C. (F. W.) on water-marks of paper-makers, 427
C. (H. H. S.) on Bonaparte's habeas corpus, 467
C. (I. E.) on Newell family, 416
C. (I. F.) on an old song, 489
C. (1. W.) on Peebles or Peables family, 209
C. (J. A.) on Spanish wrecks off Aberdeenshire, S4
C. (J. D.) on workmen's eclogues, 447
C. (J. L.) on Peace of 1642, 226
C. (M. T.) on Benjamin Day, 249
C. (5. F.) on servants to kings, 9
C. (W. P.) on Arthur Bury, D.D., 178
Cae Cyriog MSS., 136
Calasirian, its meaning, 69, 210
Calathumpian, its meaning, 195
Cambridge University deyret-8, 107, 255, 312, 393
Campbell (J. D.) on Coleridge's 'Remorse,' 385
Canon and Culdee on installation of canons at York, 57
Cant dictionary, first, 158
Canteen : Tin-can, 283, 370, 510
Caractacus or Caradoc, Britisha king, bis death, 13, 113
Caravan=carriage, 126, 291, 414

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Cardinals, their names, 207, 315, 356

Chance (F.) on Pamphlet, 261
Carew family arms, 68

Quite the clean potato,” 366
Carew (C.) on mantel-piece inscription, 383

Vaseline for book.covers, 472
Carey (T. W.) on Carew arms, 68

Chante-pleure, its meaning, 127, 191, 252
De Bohun arms, 308

Chanter (J. F.) on Newell family, 216
Leighton family, 128

Chantier=shanty, 127
Carleton (8.) on Shakspeariada, 2

Chap-books collected by Mr. W. J. Thoms, 208, 375
Carlisle Cathedral, and vliver Cromwell, 214, 331, 397 Chapel= printers' meeting, 364, 450
454 ; Old English lines in, 342, 393

Chaplains in the Peninsular army, 188
Carlyle (Thomas) and Charlemagne, 247, 297

Chapman (George), his 'All Fools,' 47
Carmichael (C. H. E.) on Dam or Darpme family, 204 Chappell (William), his death, 160
Roman marriage laws, 71

Charge of English and French regiments, 349, 495
Turin papyrus, 350

Charger= horse, 187, 218, 312, 414
Carnarvon (Lord), allusion by, 168

Charlemagne, the name, 426
Carrick earldom, 226, 331

Charlemagne (Emperor), his burial-place, 247, 297
Carson (T. W.) on “Vinaigre des quatre voleurs," 76 Charles Martel, story about, 171
Cartmel, place-Dame, 249, 416

Charles I., friends at his death, 9, 56, 118, 252, 497;
Cartwright collection at Dulwich Gallery, 222

'Abrégé de l'Histoire d'Angleterre,' 324, 456
Cartwright (William), his · Plays and Poems,' 187 Charles X., coin issued in 1597, 325
Carver (Derrick), his descendants, 67

Charnock (R. S.) on “Catsbrain,” 50
Casanova (Jean Jacques), his biography, 29, 90

Jewish names, 193
Caschielawis, instrument of torture, 74

Chartist, first use of the word, 187, 273, 432
Castle Cornet, its siege, 508

Chaucer (Geoffrey), fable of dogs and kite, 53, 90, 236 ;
Castor, its name and introduction, 93, 190

two poems ascribed to him, 225, 291 ; 'Balade of
Cat : tom-cat, gib-cat, and tib-cat, 109

Gentiloesse,' 326, 454 ; 'Prologue' (ll. 166, 203,
Cataloguing, its curiosities, 54

146), 425; "Whipultre" and "gaytre,"434; “Nonne
Catawimple, its meaning, 128

.....bire chapeleyne," 485
Cathedrals divided by choir screeda, 13

Cheat bread, 367, 497
Catholic Emancipation Act, 108, 274

Chedreux, its meaning, 247, 296, 417
Catsbrain, its meaning, 50

Cheek=impudence, 267, 453, 498
Catsup and ketcbup, 12

Cheese-making utensils, 446
Cauf, use of the word, 233

Chelsea, discovery at, 247; Don Saltero's Coffee-house,
Cawsey family of Great Torrington, Devon, 278, 458 328, 472
Cayenne, French penal settlement, 68

Chep of a plough, 407, 494
Cecil, cookery term, 36

Cherries first grown in England, 367, 455
Celer on the great cryptogram, 194

Chester, West, its locality, 32, 116
Employ= employment, 316

Chestnut=stale joke, 407, 436
Freiburg or Friburg, 112

Chevy=chase, 427, 497
Wbist, its etymology, 178

Child, forty-first, 305, 452
Celer et Audax on Finnish folk-tales, 318

Children, public school, 467
Celtic languages, their Euskarian element, 168 Chishull (Edmund) quoted, 301
Celtic occupation and local nanjes, 52

Choir, its spelling, 267
Celtic river-names, 216

Cholyens, its meaning, 138, 291
Centenary=centennial anniversary, 36, 154, 217 Chouse, origin of the word, 337
Century=hundred years, 36, 154, 217

Christabel, the name, 130, 194
Certifago or sertifago, in parish registers, 8, 133 Christa-Sangitá,' Sanskrit poem, 365
Cervantes, Jarvis's 'Don Quixote,' 52

Christian names : Louvima, 6, 97; Annas, a woman's,
Chad pennies and farthings, 7, 97, 156

54; Christabel, 130, 194 ; Samuel Weller, 145
Chaffer=cbatter, jabber, 7, 97, 251

Christians, early, statement concerning, 187
Chains of straw, 428

Christie (A. H.) on T. G. Wainewright, 288, 435
Chaise-longue: Chaise-marine, 7, 196

Christie (R. C.) on Casanova, 90
Challis= fabric of silk and worsted, 7, 96, 233 Christmas bibliography, 483
Chame, its meaning, 27, 373

Christmas Day on a Sunday, rhyme on, 136
Chance (F.) on " Bed-rock,” 466

Christmas holidays and barring out, 484
“Blood is thicker than water,” 50

Christmas trees in England, 484
Certain age,” 274

Christy (M.) on Capt. Luke Foxe, 228
Chaise-longue : Chaise-marine, 196

Church, sexes separated in, 208, 315; costume of
Charger = horse, 312

women in, 346, 514
Cortége or Cortège, 435

Church festivals, 306, 514
"Coup de soleil” and “insolation," 146

Churcb steeples. See Steeples.
German and Pnglish in Hebrew letters, 426 Church vestments and chasubler, 252
“Hunt the clean boot," 485

Churches, royal arms in, 89, 191; libraries in, 251
Larboard : Bahord : Tribord, 82

Church wardens and corrigers, 56
Malinger, its etymology, 326

Chymer=ewe lamb, 487
Mature fias senex," 412

Cicero on the planter of a tree, 427. 491
“Nièce (oocle) à la mode de Bretagne,” 515 Clarendon Press, its history, 130, 209

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