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Teeth, cage of, 86

Tokens, two, 8; “Fugio” halfpenny, 208, 374 ;
Teetotal, pre-temperance word, 98, 158, 258, 413, 523 Paley's, of Leeds, 408, 544
Templar on Sir John Leach, 273

Tombstone, classical quotations on, 166, 316, 416
Temple, Order of the, 29

Tomkins (Mr.), caligrapher, 188, 215
Teneor on grammars, 69

Tomlinson (G. W.) on Haggerday, 48
Tennyson (Alfred), his early publications, 16, 156 ; Requies curarum," 277

parallelism in "In Memoriam,” 66; “ In Memo- Topham (Thomas), athlete, 107, 193, 277, 357

riam,” xcv. 3, 126, 376, 524 ; " The Old Seat,” 149 Toplady (Rev. Augustus Montague), 488
Terrified=Irritated, 6, 56, 119, 178, 398, 524

T. (O. W.) on Prisoner, its ancient meaning, 98
Tertullian, his "roofe of angels," 169, 233

Tower of London : Devonshire knights in, 329, 356 ;
Tet, in place-names, its etymology, 95, 197

Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula, 267
Tetter, its meaning, 119

Town, meaning London, 536
Tew (E.) on British names of places, 397

Townley on “Advice to the Devil,” 163
British subterranean dwellings, 295

Medal or token, 127
Canons and Prebendaries, 275

Traherne (G. M.) on Jobnson's “Dictionary,” 417
Etymology and popular Reviews, 194

Trampleasure, derivation of the name, 214
Implement, old legal word, 412

Traylebaston, its meaning, 260
Mass, evening, 78

Trevelyan (W. C.) on Charles Lamb, 387
Papal bull, 453

Tribulation, its etymology, 145
Premonstratensians, 411

Trimmer (K.) on “Herb John,” 479
“Tristram Shandy,” 452

I, the capital, 15
T. (G.) on “As old as Dump'n,” 476

Nicols (Rev. Wm.), 259
T. (G. D.) on Bloomsbury Church, 412

Vulgate, St. Luke xv. 8, 279
Folk-Lore, 463

Trooping the colours, 39, 113
Reynolds (Sir J.), autograph, 219

T. (S. W.) on Canons and Prebendaries, 227
Ruvigny (Marquis de), arms, 497

Elizabeth (Queen), 348
Thames tributary, not mapped, 168, 253, 339

Premonstratensians, 412
Theatrical properties at Liverpool, 1780, 64

Tuckett (J.) on Bloomsbury Church, 540
Thiriold (C.) on Macaulay and Croker, 190

Tugwell (G.) on Clam : Clammer, 296
Thirlwall (Bp.), his verses in Welsh metre, 208, 333 Turner (D. P.) on Soft Tuesday, Goring, 247
Thom (A. B.) on Bisset family, 389

Turvile family of Leicestershire, 536
Thomas (Capt. John), circa 1700, 129

Tuttle (C. W.) on astronomical reference, 497
Thomas (R.) on Halkett's “ Dictionary of Anonym. T. (W.) on a painting in oils, 169
ous Literature,” 447

Twain (Mark), his “Lay of a Tramway Car," 228, 279
Thompson (J.) on Card. Allen, 171

Twilly-footed, a popular term, 166
“Thropp's wife,” 449

T. (W. J.) on Mount Nod Cemetery, 94
Thompson (Wm. Gill), address on opening of New T. (W.M.) on early stage scenery, 153
castle Theatre, 363

Tyndale (William), his New Testament, 1550, 537
Thoms (W. J.) on the story of “Notes and Queries,” Tyssen (À. D.) on a medal, 536

1, 41, 101, 221
Pincher's epitaph, 126

U
Wilson (Rev. John), 139

Ullatt or Ullitt, its meaning, 148, 274
Thornbury (Walter), his poems, 34, 39

Ulster Irish, 146, 294, 358, 438
Thorpe (Tho.), his prefix to Shakspeare's Sonnets, 421 Ultima, as a Christian name, 217
T. (H. R.) on a Dutch coin, 16

Umbrellas, parochial, 202, 313; the first, 202, 313,
Horace : Virgil, 15

335, 394
Sicilian Vespers, 54

Uneda on London in 1673, 424
Sixtus V., Pope, 93

Ustick (Stephen), ancestors and descendants, 47
Thrash, to, provincialisms for, 56, 137, 198, 393 Utopias, bibliography of, 38, 118
Thrup, Northants, patron of vicarage in 17th cent., 76

V
Thump Sunday in Yorkshire, 8
Thurston (J.) on weather holes, 199

V, Latin, supposed change into Gu or G, 309
Tidology, a new word, 286

Vallombrossa, ancient cross at, 188
Tilden family of Kent, 67, 95

Vessels propelled by horses on board, 388, 543
Tilley (H. T.) on bell at Norton, 406

V. (F. J.) on Frump : Slang : Cant, 325
Times, good old, 510

Scoundrel, its derivation, 46
Tinkler, a Gipsy name, 31, 169

Shakspeariana, 405
Tir Eoghain on “Garrt laidir aboo," 10

Tatterdemalion, 306
Title and style, 522

Vickers (Valentine), story of, 268
Title of “Honourable," 489

Victoria (Queen), her descent from William I., and re-
Titles, extinct, proclaimed at the altar, 447

lationship to Victor Emmanuel II. of Italy, 63, 195
Titmouse, long-tailed, 536

Vigorn on Hamnet Shakspeare, 92
T. (J. B.) on Bisset family, 545

Villana (Eugenia), 409
T. (M.) on British names of places, 247

Vinicomb, or Vinecomb (John), 490
Todd (James Henthorn), D.D., his biography and Vire, its dyer and poet, 2

works, 362, 433, 477; memorial to, 399, 497, 499 Virga on marriage custom, 278

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Virga on Miserere carvings, 133
Virgil, edit. published in 1750, 15
“ Vision of Theodore Verax," 146
V. (M.) on Mary, Queen of Scotland, 494
Voltaire (F. M. A.), his portrait, 135, 377 ; reference

to the “temple Voer," 347 ; upon Racine, 268, 335
« Vow of the Clerk of Barnes," 62
V. (V.H.I.L.I.C.I.) on the “ Te Deum," 76
Teetotal, a pre-temperance word, 98

W
W, German initial, supposed change to Gu or G, 309
W. on Mrs. Macaulay-Graham, 546

“Martyr of Erromanga,” 477
Wade (E. F.) on Rowe family, 495
Wager (Charles), noticed by Pepys, 329, 356
Waits, musical, 512
Wale (Samuel), R.A., designer of book-plates, 469
Walford (C.) on Fire of London, 88

Fires, great, 49, 192
Hanseatic League, 537
Hartley (Mr.), his invention, 117

Paddington spectacles, 308
Walham Green, Percy Cross at, 509
Walker (E. T. M.) on Blewitt surname, 234

Scotch hereditary offices, 257

Seals, scholastic, 133
Wallace (R. H.) on Durance vile," 87

Folk-Lore, 364

Leap in the dark,” 29

" Pinching by the little finger," 108
Waller (J. G.) on Henry of Boling broke, 248
Walls, vitrified coating for, 465
Walpole (Edward), poet, unpublished letter, 321
Walsh (Antony), his descendants, 337
Wandesforde (Christopher), 356
Ward (C. A.) on “Case is Altered," 16

Charing Cross Mews, 448
Club, its derivation, 5
Cromwell family, 292
Dancing, the poetry of motion, 437
Defoe (Daniel), portraits of, 315
“Facciolati et Forcellini Lexicon," 107
Faraday (Michael), 147
Ferula, or ferule, 357
Garrick (David), his chair, 368
Granby (Marquis of), 469
“ High faluten,” 257
Mount Nod Cemetery, 94
Ornithological Society, 289
Piano, the upright, 306
Posterfield (Dr.), 127
“Requies curarum," 178
Reynolds (Sir J.), autograph, 219
St. Cecilia's Day, 257
Saints, their emblems, 306
Shakspeare (W.) and Shelley, 392
Smith (John Thomas), 328
Sop, its derivation, 215
Spanish airs, 87
Swift (Dean), bis (?) epigram, 67
Walls, vitrified coating for, 465

Water-closets, 332
Ward (E. M.) on frescoes, 433
Ward (Nathaniel), Vicar of Staindrop, 154
Ward (Samuel), Master of Sidney Coll., 154

Ward (W. G.) on Sheridan's Begum speech, 197
Warner (T.) on epitaph at Cirencester, 510

Paintings, 267
Warren (C. F. S.) on Bardolph pedigree, 315

Champéry, inscription at, 253
Child=Female child, 196
Clanbrassil (Lady), 453
Dates, legal, 155
Dogs at kirk, 214
Homicide, justifiable, 97
Morrowing, Irish provincialism, 99
Murrain, 474
Oy, Scotch word, 339
Pokership of Boring wood, 16
Prince, the rank of, 135
Quarterings in heraldry, 312
Water-closets, 291
Wicks, its meaning, 417

Winchel rod, 237
Warwickshire, Harl. MS. description of, 446
Washington family in Furness, 215
Washington family of Leek, 465
Water closets introduced into England, 218, 290, 331
Water-marks on old drawings, 536
Waterloo, battle of, first news of the victory, 344, 516
Watling Street, old Roman road, 379
Watson (A.) on Hugo's "Notre Dame de Paris,” 539
Watson (G. E.) on boy bishops, 326

Epitaphs, old, 364
Genealogy, curious, 386
Shakspeare (W.) and the Bible, 509

Sin-eater, 505
Watt (R.), “Bibliotheca Britannica," 342
Wayzgoose, printers' dinner, 200
Weather holes, 137, 199, 277, 415
Weather sayings. See Folk-Lore.
Webb (T. W.) on Buft: Miff, 114

Dogs at kirk, 125
Webster (Daniel), blunder in “ Dictionary," 56, 136
Wedding anniversary, tin, 307, 521
Wedgwood (H.) on the word Ague, 114

Hawbuck, carters' cry, 467
Wellington (Arthur, Duke of), theatrical address in

his honour, 537
Wells (E.) on Folk-Lore Society, 37
Welsh Bible of 1588, 88
Welsh family, 427
Welshman ordained at Cork in 1578, 105
W. (E. M.) on military bats, 309
Wentworth MS., extract from, 5
W. (E. R.) on Southey at home, 38
Weston (W. J.) on Mount Nod Cemetery, 136
W. (F.) on Lyon family, 449
W. (G. E.) on boy archdeacon, 510

George III. and the Prayer Book, 509
W. (G. H.) on “Grasville Abbey,”. 299
W. (H.) on “ Bridgenorth election," 176

Camoys barony, 512
Garrick (D.), his chair, 434
German wills, 537
Macaulay-Graham (Mrs.), 546
Mail-coach halfpenny, 307

Turviles of Leicestershire, 536
W. (H. A.) on the birch rod, 215

Mass, the evening, 136
Whately (Archbp.), quotation in his "Logic,” 229

W. (H. E.) on Clemencin's “ Don Quixote," 409 Wolsey (Card.) and Lydd tower, 176
Shelton : Ford, 388

“Woman taken in Adultery,” painting, 169 Whewell (Dr.), epigram on, 147, 257, 477

Woodbastwick Church, Norfolk, dedication, 229, 295 W. (H. H.) on Pope Sixtus V., 94

Wood-cutting, and Psalm lxxiv. 5, 245, 315 Whisky, its orthography and derivation, 346

Woodward (J.) on Cromwell arms and pedigree, 375 Whitaker (Mr.), memb. of Long Parliament, 28, 117 Cross of St. George, 459 White (G.) on the word Ague, 114

Davyes family, 514 Assart : Hoppit, 276

Exempts, 386 Cherlton without Newgate, 209

Fiat justitia, ruat cælum,” 458 "Commendations on Wine,” by T. Wikes, 328 Furs in heraldry, 512 Frieze=Frize, 256

Missal, anthem in the Mozarabic, 513 Funeral sermon, 230

Motto of Charles VII., 388 Homicide, justifiable, 153

Roumilly (Le Marquis de), 537 Ireton (H.), the regicide, 331, 429, 457, 492

St. Mary of Egypt, 520 Premonstratensians, 412

Scott's “Antiquary,” 471 Romance languages, 192

Spanish half-dollar, 377 St. Matthias, feast of, 66

Style and title, 522 Swift (Dean), 187

S. V. A. T. I. T. S. D., 491 Wolcot (Dr.), “Old New Ballads," 196

Worarry, its meaning, 512 Words in Orpington rent rolls, 473

Worcester, register of St. Andrew's, 480 Whitmore (W. H.) on Masonic heraldry, 327 Worcestershire expression, 36, 294, 336 Whitney, Herefordshire, its etymology, 119

Words, corrupted, 36; obsolete and semi-obsolete, Whittower, its meaning, 467, 542

304, 435 ; in Orpington rent rolls, 365, 473 ; their W. (H. M.) on “ Heroic remedies," 308

misuse, 406, 487, 543; revived obsolete, 416 ; Whyte (D.) on anonymous works, 307

wanted, in English, 413, 496 Aristeas and the Septuagint, 472

Wordsworth (C.) on Crashaw and Tertullian, 169 Kings II. viii. 13, 357

Wordsworth (William), his originality, 326, 439 Vulgate, St. Luke xv. 8, 278

Wortham family, 229 Wicks, its meanings, 229, 271, 333, 417

Wortham (B. B.) on Salvin and Wortham families, 229 Wigan Lane, battle of, 168, 235, 338

Wotherspoon (D.) on misuse of words, 513
Wigs, a Bull against, 326

W. (R. C.) on Angus Earls, 334
Wikes (Thomas), “ Commendations on Wine," 328 W. (R. C. S.) on Folk-Lore, 144
Wild (Mr.), author of “The Nameless Poem,” 491 Wright (Abraham), his Commonplace Book, 28
Wildbore (Augustine), D.D., 94, 152

Wright (W. A.) on Hughes's edition of “Hamlet," 233
Wilfrid of Galway on Barons of Bedford, 168 Write, but not read, ability to, 96
Fairs, provincial, 214

W. (W. G.) on the derivation of Negus, 56 Hautemprise Convent, 255

W. (W. O.) on Dibdin's bust, 514 Wilkie (Sir D.), sketch of “ Village Politicians,” 89 Wyghtt'esh'm, its meaning, 189, 396 Wilkinson (J. H.) on “ To thrash,” 56

Wylie (C.) on Madame D'Arblay's “ Diary," 406, 457 William III., his motto, 268, 314

Cow folk-lore, 138 “ Williams at a Christmas feast, 507

Goldsmith (Oliver), 397
Williams (Rev. J.), “Martyr of Erromanga," 368, 477 Palmer (John) of Bath, 515
Williams (Mrs.), sister of R. West, 309

Piozzi (G.), portrait, 64
Williams (S. H.) on pastoral staff which budded, 377
Willoughby (Sir G.), pedigree and descendants, 535

X
Wills, curious, 63, 232, 338; old, 349 ; German, 537 X. (L.) on the rod, 496
Wilson (Prof. John), his essays, 287, 336, 378, 523

Y
Wilson (Rev. John), D.D., 102, 139
Wilson (Rev. Mr.), " The Man in the Moon," 58 Yggdrasill. See Igdrazil.
Winchel rod, 19, 33, 106, 150, 210, 237

Yonge (Sir George), Bart , biography, 328, 375
Winchelsea mayors, 206

Yorkshire superstition, 6 Windsor, niches in St. George's Chapel, 467

“Young Sportsman's Instructor,” 7 Wine, port, in the Holy Communion, 230

Young (H.) on Tennyson's early publications, 16 Winters (W.) on Cromwell family, 417

Youty, a Christian name, 348 Dusners: Dozeneres, 490

Yram on stained glass at Strelley, 333 Henry VIII. at Waltham, 543

Saints, their emblems, 355 “Ink horn terme," 109

Y. (R. O.) on “Repose in Egypt,” 155
Wither (Geo.), his portrait, 187

Z
Witherington (Sir Thomas), his collection, 403
W. (J.) on Whately's “ Logic,” 229

Z. on Alexander I. of Russia, 448
W. (K, H.) on William Reading, 450

Z. (A.) on Dr. Hartwell, 298 W. (O.) on French hymnology, 309

Oy, a Scotch word, 197 Woking grave plant, 318

Zard, the termination, 187, 331 Wolcot (Dr., “Peter Pindar"), “New Old Ballads,” | Zouche family, of Mortimer, 166 87, 198

Zuffer Yab Khan, 36

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