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A. (B. H.) on royal tombs at St. Denis, 449

Aldworth (Geoffry), King's musician, 268
A. (H.) on Christopher Moore, 88

Alexander III. (Pope), and King Henry II.,
A. (J.) on slavery in Scotland, 374

349, 396
A. (M.) on Epitaphiana, 524

Alexandrines in Shakespeare, 309, 417
Onion, its pronunciation, 14

Alfieri (Count Vittorio), visit to England, c. 1771,
Rush (Sir W. B.), Bt., 49

421, 532
Abbé Se.. C. 1720, book collector, 47, 173 Alford (Dean Fenry), edition of his poems, 108, 159
Abbott (G. F.) on Commonwealth grants of arms, All Souls College, Oxford, and Duke of Wharton,
119

309, 355
Abbreviations in writing, scheme of, 429

Allen (Archdeacon Fifield), his marriage, 449, 517
Abraham's beard, a game, 29

Allerton, Lancs, and Hardman family, 249
Abrahams (Aleck) on Apsley House, 486

Alleyn (Charles), c. 1606, bis descendants, 88
Beke (Dr.), bis Diary, 74

Alleyn (Dame Etheldreda), recusant in 1587,
Bibliography of London, 53, 191 .

88, 257
Bishopsgate Street Without, 246

Alleyn (Sir John), d. 1545, his biography, 88,
Book-covers : “ Yellow-Backs,” 458

176, 257
Calonne (M. de), his house in Piccadilly, I Allport on Falkland Islands : Capt. Durie, 288
Club Etranger at Hanover Square, 477 Alnwick on Florence Nightingale, 165
English sepulchral monuments 1300, 199 Altham (James), Westminster scholar, 1713, 429
Harp Alley, 225

' Alumni Cantabrigienses,' conjectural amend-
Haydon (B. R.) and Shelley, 53

ments, 25
Humphry (Ozias), his papers, 173

' Alumni Oxonienses, conjectural amendments, 25
Islington historians, 187, 296, 334

Amaneuus as a Christian name, 88, 152, 197
Literary Gossip, 15

Ambassadors, Sir H. Wotton on, 425
Moving pictures in Fleet Street, 456

American authors, allusions in, 307, 373
Pedlar's Acre, Lambeth, 55

American words and phrases, 67, 132, 193
Railways and motor-cars in 1838, 284,

Ancholme on Christmas Bough, 507
Red Lion Square obelisk, 109

Anderson (J. A.) on Durham boat, 207
Registry Office : Register Office, 377

Hunter (Governor) of New York, 447
Royal tombs at St. Denis, 65

Anderson (P. J.) on Cardonnel's

Picturesque
St. Austin's Gate, 38

Antiquities,’ 282
St. James's Chronicle,' 475

Daniel (Robert Mackenzie), novelist, 167
St. Pancras Church : engraving, 56

Early graduation : Gilbert Burnet, 427
Smouch, a term for a Jew, 375

• Gentleman's Magazine,' numbering of
Somerset House, designs, 25

volumes, 388
Speaker's Chair, 177

* Letters by an American Spy,' 427
Stone in Penton ville Road, 156

Mathematical periodicals : C. and G. Hut-
Tygris, a London subterranean river, 209

ton, 347, 466
Ackerley (F. G.) on initials on Russian ikon, 32 Municipal records printed, 530
Addison (Gulston and Mary) at Madras, 101, Oatcake and whisky as Eucharistic elementi,
210, 256, 289, 338

188, 396
Addleshaw (Percy) on scissors and jaws, 497

Peters (Father) and Queen Mary, 107
Addresses, loyal, offered for sale, 266, 378

Quérard, (J. M.), 87
Adling Street, Barnard's Castle, locality, 148, 197 Shaving Them,' by Titus A. Brick, 27
Adrian IV. (Pope), his ring and the Emerald Isle, Angevin royal tombs, 184, 223, 278, 332, 356, 390,
208, 250, 396

410, 431
Advertisements, early, from ‘London Gazette,' 203 Anglo-Spanish author in Borrow's Bible in Spain,'
Affirmations by Jews, “ Jehovah " in, 346, 433 119, 171, 314
Africa, South, slang in, 63, 138, 372
Airman, first use of the word, 265, 338

Anonymons Works :-
Airmen, deaths of pioneer, 385, 437

Arno Miscellany, 1784, 148, 234, 293
Aislabie (William), Westminster scholar, 429, 473 Buccaneer, a tale of Sheppey, 308, 372
Alabaster boxes of love, 169

Day with Cromwell, 189
Aldermen of London, dates of death, 27

Jane Sbore, 1836, 66, 116, 238
Aldgate, Thomas Percy, Prior of Holy Trinity, 85 Jonathan Sharp, 35
Aldrich (Dean Henry), his parentage, 368

Julian's Vision, 189
Aldworth (A.) on Geoffry Aldworth, 268

Lay of St. Aloys, 388

Audley (Sir Henry). See Dudley.
Anonymous Works :-

Austen (Canon G.) on St. Hilda : St. John del
Leaves from the Diary of a Freemason, 189 Pyke, 467
Letters by an American Spy, 427, 536

Austen (Jane), calendar mistake in ‘Pride and
Little Booke of the Perfection of Woemen, Prejudice,' 147, 434, 477 ; cause of her death,
308, 355

348, 397, 438
Noble Boy, poem, 349

Austin (H. D.) on Artepbius, ' De Characteribus
Notes from the Diary of a Coroner's Clerk, Planetarum,' 407
189

Austin (Roland) on Sir Robert Atkyns, 474
Old Wishart's Grave, story in verse, 327

Katherine Parr (Queen), 359
Political Adventures of Lord Beaconsfield, Municipal records printed, 451
268, 317

Prinknash, 313
Reverberations, 68, 111, 134

Windsor stationmaster, 114
Shaving Them, 27

Avenger, H.M.S., lost 1847, its crew, 130, 239, 294
Tit for Tat, American novel, 1855, 489

Average, etymology of the word, 106, 235
Twin Brothers, 247

Aviation, early attempts at, 166 ; deaths of
World, poem, 1835, 408

pioneer airmen, 385, 237
Anscombe (A.) on Edward=Iorwerth, 34

Axon (W. E. A.) on 'Amulet against Sickness,' 521
Faber (J.), 69

Bookbinding, first English book on, 403
Unecungga : Ynetunga, 143, 272, 473

De Quincey and Coleridge, 228
Ansgar, Master of the Horse to Edward the

Gutenberg's 42-line Bible, 355
Confessor, 73, 133

Sare (Richard), bookseller, 84
Apperson (G. L.) on Sir John Ivory, 195

Shorthand teacher in A.D. 155, 285
Municipal records printed, 287

Shropshire newspaper printed in London, 20
Ravensbourne, 17

Twin-Brothers,' 247
Apple tree flowering in autumn, 149, 199
Apprenticeship experiences, 1723, 26

B. on Sydney Smith and Spencer Perceval, 267
Apps (G. J.), oil picture. Returning from Church,' B. (A.) on "A Sunday well spent,” 388
329

B. (C. C.) on Dean Alford's poems, 159
Apsley House, date of its purchase, 486

American words and phrases, 193
Arabian horses in pre-Mohammedan days, 71

· Arden of Feversham : Gale,” 417
Arabis, flower-name, its derivation, 11, 279

Bael: Bhel : Bel, 426
Aram (Eugene), bis trial, 105, 279, 319

Clergy retiring from the dinner table, 136
Aravamuthan (T. G.) on 'Pride and Prejudice,' 147 Jew's eye, 277
Arcangelus (D. Camerino,) painter, 517

Merluche, 92
Archæology, excavations in the Sudan, 108, 235

Moses and Pharaoh's daughter, 152
Archdeacons of Hereford, c. 1567, 128, 255

Peony-royal, 308
Archer (H. G.) on Alfieri in England, 421

Shakespeariana, 77
Archibald (R. C.) on Col. T. Condon : Capt. T. Staple in place-names, 192
Mellish, 127

Tennyson: oorali, 453
Ladies and University degrees, 247

Traberne : curious rimes to “joy,” 426
Architecture and eminent men, 342, 398

Wordsworth : variant readings, 294
Ardea on battle of Dunbar, 301

B. (E. A.) on' The Buccaneer,' 308
Arden of Feversham,' emendations in, 226, 337, B. (E. G.) on sparrow-blasted, 392
417

B. (G. D.) on genealogical puzzle, 28
Aristophanes, music to, in Greek MS., 7, 76

B. (G. F. R.) on William Aislabie, 429
Arkle (A. H.) on Egerton Leigh, 114, 236

Aldrich (Henry), 368
Arlette and Robert, Duke of Normandy, 347, Allen (Fifield), 449
396, 495

Altham (James), 429
Armada, Sir A. Standen on its preparation, 33

Ashton (James), 449
Armour, parish, temp. Elizabeth, 130, 176, 258

Atkyns (Sir Robert), K.B., 429
Arms granted by Commonwealth, 8, 119

Barwell (Richard), 368
Arms of women on their marriage, 109, 175

Bisset (William), 409
Arms, royal, in churches, their history, 428, 513

Botany : time of flowers blooming, 78
Armstrong (E. A.) on Hyde Park monolith, 408 Cade (Salusbury), M.D., 469

Arno Miscellany, 1784, its author, 148, 234, 293 Clarkson, 170
Arnold (Matthew) on 19th-century eloquence, Cleaver (Archbishop Euseby), 489
229, 318, 376, 438

Clerkson, 170
Artephius, De Characteribus Planetarum,' 407 Cocker, 149
Artibeus, etymology of the word, 447

Cotter (Rogerson), M.P., 489
Arundel (Earl of), brother and uncle arrested, Crosby (John Montague), 149
1585, 208, 251

Delisle (Robert), 149
Ashton (James), Westminster scholar, 1739, 449 Feild (Theophilus), 190
Asparagus =sparrowgrass, its etymology, 266

Field (Francis Ventris), 190
Astarte on corpse bleeding in presence of the Finch (Francis), 469
murderer, 328

Fitzgerald (Bishop William), 489
“ Storm in a teacup," 131

Flood (Jocelyn), 529
Astley (Sir Jacob), Royalist, his portrait, 307

Fogge (Richard), 489
Astrology and Queen Elizabeth, 107, 197, 359

Foxwell (Philip), 529
Atkinson (E.) on Corio arms, 89

Fraiser (Charles), 449
Atkyns (Sir Robert), K.B., his marriage, 429, 474
Attår on

Gataker, c. 1796, 409
Fern to make malt," 279

Gatehouse (Alexander), 389

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B. (G. F. R.) on Godfreys at Westminster School, B. (W. C) on Queen Elizabeth and 17 November,
389

401
Goodchild (J.), 409

Fea (James), Orkney author, 458
Goodwin (John), 409

Friendless Wapentake in Craven, 89
Gordons at Westminster School, 389

George I. statues, 135
Goulands in Ben Jonson, 533

Goats and cows, 534
Guest (Sir Lyonell), 509

Hay, wet, 535
Hare (Thomas), 509

Heworth, its etymology, 75
Jamineau (Isaac), 509

Horses' names : ancient, 283
Leigh (Egerton), 18, 178

Horses' names : modern, 124
Liardet, 49

Kipling and the swastika, 338
Man (George),-49

Lecturage, use of the word, 266
Neale (Erskine), 170

Pitfield (Rev. Sebastian), his ghost, 510
Nicholls (Frank), 190

Portygne, its meaning, 138
Peck (Francis), 68

St. Leodegarius and St. Leger Stakes, 112
Pelling (Edward), 170

Sare (Richard), bookseller, 137
Pickering (Danby), 230

Scissors and jaws, 448
Potter (Charles), 230

Shakespeare: chronological edition, 348
Thacker (Gilbert), 49

“Sovereign of Kinsale, 256
Thames Water Company, 91

Staple in place-names, 192
Thomson, R.A., 114

Tailors, itinerant, 505
Trelawny (Sir William), 449

Turcopolerius, 337
Vernon (Dorothy), her elopement, 497

Wasps, their pesent scarcity, 285
Warmestry (Gervase), 109

Westminster Cathedral, alphabet ceremony,
Wetenhall (Bishop Edward), 88

110
Wilson (Bernard or Barnard), 109

Wetenhall (Bishop Edward), 434
Wilson (Sir John), 88

B. (W. G.) on snuff-box inscription, 93
Wortben (John), 88

· Babe Christabel,' by Gerald Massey, 267, 312
B. (H.) on ' Erlkönigs Tochter,' 89

Babies' health affected by kittens, 509
B. (H. A.) on authors of quotations wanted, 449 Babington (Anthony), the conspirator, deed of
Colani and the Reformation, 488

1585, 205
B. (H. I.) on Edward =Iorwerth, 35

Baddeley (St. Clair) on Prinknash, 313
Holy crows, Lisbon, 155

Venice and its patron saint, 54
Myddelton : Dref : Plas, 131

Badge worn by paupers, its history, 487
Traherne (Philip), 383

Bael, fruit of the Ægic Marmelos, 426
B. (J.) on saint's cloak on a sunbeam, 357

Bagnall (J.) on Bath King of Arms, 32
B. (J. B.) on St. Catharine's College, Cambridge, Coats of arms, mock, 112
308

English sepulchral monuments, 1300-50, 199
B. (J. E. C.) on oatcake and whisky as Eucharistic Follies, 273
elements, 278

Teart, its meaning, 11
B. (M. W.) on Doge's hat, 8

Baily (Johnson) on Prayer Book Calendar, 169
B. (R.) on Amaneuus as a Christian name, 88 Baldock (Major G. Yarrow) on Canons, Middle-

Anonymous works, 238
Bath and Henrietta Maria, 198

Corpse bleeding in presence of the murderer,
Day with Cromwell,' 189

391
Mensen the courier, 246

Hughson (David)=Edward Pugh, 89
Obvention bread, 148

Islington historians, 250
Rupert (Prince), 56

Red Lion Square obelisk, 176
Usona=U.S.A., 197

Vanishing London : Proprietary Chapels, 255
B-r (R.) on American words and phrases, 132 Balfour (John), b. 1775, graduated 1789, 427
Cowes family, 58

Ball. Coll. on Col. Phaire, 207
Teart, its meaning, 59

Ball (F. Elrington) on Secretaries to the Lords
Tenement-house, 495

Lieutenant, 233
B. (R. S.) on John Latham, 209

Ball (H. Houston) on Jacob Henriquez and his
Municipal records printed, 532

daughters, 279
Pelf, its early meanings, 286

Public School Registers, 52
Prior's Salford Church, 9

Ball (J. Dyer) on

Canabull blue silke," 119
Wetenball (Bishop Edward), 434

Excelsior ' in Pigeon English, 357
B. (R. W.)

on Gulston Addison's death, 210, 289 Banks, telephones in, 169, 258, 297
B. (8.) on Bath and Henrietta Maria, 198

Banks (Sir John Thomas), place of his birth, 467
Limerick glove in a walnut shell, 297

Banks (M. J.) on Sir John Thomas Banks, 467
B. (W.) on Matthew Arnold on eloquence, 229, 318 Bar“ sinister," early use of the term, 485
Follies, 273

Barabbas, a publisher, the comparison, 29, 92
King in place-names, 192

Barkley (R. W.) on General Wolfe's death, 37
B. (W. C.) on Anthony Babington, 205

Barm or Barn in place-names, 53, 216
Boase’s ‘ Modern English Biography,' 226 Barnaby Rudge,' by Charles Dillon, comedian,
Booksellers, provincial, 112 ; Scotch and 348, 397
Irish, 171

Barnes (Barnaby), his 'Parthenophil and Parthe-
Christmas : bibliography and notes, 502

nople,' 245
Cley-next-the-8ea Church : woodwose, 472 Barwell (Richard), 1741-1804, his parentage, 368
Corpse bleeding in presence of the murderer, Basil the Great, translation of sentence in, 190, 454
391

Basle, Prince Bishop of, his biography, 68, 118
Crusie, Scottish lamp, 393

Bath, Queen Henrietta Maria at, 150, 197

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