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Notes and Queries, Jan. 29, 1910.


INDEX.


543


Proverbs and Phrases :

Hopping John, 487

I wish I had our cat by the tail, 148

If two and two make four, 109, 231

If you wish to live and thrive, 245

Lapp'd in lead, 346, 437

Liquida non frangunt, 227, 333

Looking like a throttled earwig, 148, 218

Mother of dead dogs, 406

Never too late to mend, 147, 516

Noli altum sapere, 168, 216, 358

Old ewe dressed lamb fashion, 189, 237, 478

Onn'a jamais souri a Geneve depuis Calvin, 67

One shoe off and one shoe on, 118

Peanut politician, 38

Plough, thack, stack, and willing, 47

Pyrrhic victory, 87

Bight as a trivet, 227, 273, 313, 376, 435

Saints' satisfaction, 48, 118

Salva capella sicut fuit, 249

Se jeter sur Castor et Pollux, 15

See how these Christians love one another, 48

Seven and nine, 38

Shot at the rook and killed the crow, 147, 218, 255

Slovak, 242, 298

Stew in their own juice, 206

Stick to your tut, 15

Stripping cows, 409, 476

Tant que la niche est vide, le saint peut revenir, 327

There are more acres in Yorkshire than letters in the Bible, 509

We are all Radicals by sentiment, 490

What is got on the Devil's back, 489

What Lancashire thinks to-day, 428

What the Devil said to Noah, 10, 93

When the Devil goes a-nutting, 388

Whip in, 167

White hen that never lays astray, 16 Provins, Seine-et-Marne, under English rule, 187 Pryor's Bank, Fulham, its contents, 128, 172, 237 Public opinion, its journalistic history, 188 Pudding, building term, 77 Purpose, alleged dance-name, 27 Putlog, building term, 77 Puttick & Simpson on Viner memorial brass, 207


Q. on wheatear, 329

Q. (D. M. R.) on Major Roderick Mackenzie, 38

Queen Elizabeth's Day, 17 November, 404

Queen's Theatre, 1704, its corner-stone, 364

Quietists in England, 210

Quill on Tudor spelt Tidder, 78

Quotations :

Ah, what avails heroic deed ? 208

And there were crystal pools, peopled with

fish, 109 As if some lesser God had made the world,

268, 335

But here 's the plague, 469, 517 Come live in my heart, 448, 495 Determined beforehand, we gravely pretend,

310

Equal to either fate, 268, 335 For friendship, of itself a holy tie, 208 For sudden joys, like griefs, confound at

first, 509


Quotations :

Give my youth, my faith, my sword, 288, 355

He ran a race, but never reached his goal, 148

Hempseed I sow, 208, 255, 296

I am tired of four walls and a ceiling, 509

I never pluck the rose, 178

I say it with its best and oldest meaning, 268

I see them on their winding way, 348, 396

If lusty Love should go in search of beauty,

88, 116 Ignorance in motion is dangerous, 88

II fut historien pour rester orateur, 127 In order to love human nature, 488

In the dark hour of shame I deigned to

stand, 130

I 've watched the actions of his daily life, 509 Kiss me, and do not grieve, 348 Land of hope and glory, 328 Lonely and huge, the giant yew, 388 Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, 47, 95, 154,

218, 276

Meditation is the science of the saints, 477 Monsters of imagination, begotten upon a

cloud of statistics, 8 Mors jauna vita3, 231 Mors sceptra ligonibus aequat, 448, 494 Naked came I out of my mother's womb, 265 Needles and pins, needles and pins, 409, 518 No wit, money, nor means, 207 Nor think the doom of man reversed for thee,

109, 158

Not last night, but the night before, 409, 518 O, if I 'd a voice and a tongue that could

speak, 252 Oh, earlier shall the rosebuds blow, 88, 116,

178

Once of old upon a mountain, 129 One of those unwelcome preachers, 128 Our noisy years seem moments in the being,

268, 335 Our plenteous streams a various race supply,

158 Pay all their debts with the roll of his drum,

268, 335 Perish the roses and the palaces of Kings,

288, 355

Plus je connais les hommes, 292, 300 Praise is devotion, fit for noble minds, 288, 335 Prince of the Sidereal Realms, 27 Proud of his royal bride, the richer spoil, 328 Que convenere, 469

Quern Deus vult perdere prius dementat, 265 Rag-proud and saucy, 207 See a pin and pick it up, 409, 518 She did not hear what the parson had said, 8 Sing history, 268, 335 Sits in permanence, 268, 335 Slant o'er the snowy swart, 27 Soul of my soul, I shall meet thee again,

128, 158

Star-trembling Night, mother of songs un- sung, 148

Steady and pure as stars that beam, 289 Sting of truth, 268, 335 Straight is the way to Acheron, 391 Take her, friend, or take her not, 165 That kingly attribute, the will, 488 The bloody writing by all nations torn, 208 The Druid grove, where many a reverend

yew, 388

The graves grow thicker, 288, 355 The iron dogs, the fuel, and the tongs, 8