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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, Jan. 29, 1910.


St. Swithin on nuns as chaplains, 95

Parodies of Kipling, 177

Petre epigram, 411

" Plus je connais les hommes," 292

Saints' satisfaction, 118

Scott's ' Lochinvar,' 336

Sponges, 438

Turnspit dogs, 315

' Vortigern and Bowena,' 508

Wheatear, its name, 432

Sainte-Beuve on Castor and Pollux, 15, 252 Saints' satisfaction explained, 48, 118 Samaritan Society, London, its history, 148, 197 Samnitis, meaning of the word, 133 Sandgate, military canal at, 228 Sappho and E. B. Browning, 490 Saracen's Head, its closing, 65, 131, 195 Sarcey (Francisque) on spelling, 28 Sardinian Chapel, its closing, 285 Sargeaunt (J.) on Cowper : Bowling, 335 Sassenach at St. Andrew's dinner, 426

  • Saturday Review,' its first editor, 320

Saucer, its use, 436

Saunders (C. J.) on Lewis's ' The Nautch,' 490 Savage (Canon E. B.) on " The "prefixed to place- names, 116

Savoy Chapel Royal, orange custom origin, 262 Sawbridgeworth legend, 366 Scarf or tippet, episcopal, 135 Scargill (W.) on " Correct to a T," 273

Fig trees in London, 477

Flint pebbles at Brighton, 118

Snake committing suicide, 277

Triple chancel arches, 255

Words in American newspapers, 271 Scarpine, instrument of torture, 407, 514 Scawton Church, Yorks, illustrated account, 187 Sceptic, pronunciation of the word, 66 Sceugh, pronunciation of the word, 66 Schank (Lionel) on ' If I Only Knew,' 18

Jacobsen (Sir Jacob), 414

Schiller, astrology in ' Wallensteins Tod,' 428 Schloesser (F.) on drinking tobacco, 369

Eel-pie shop, 198

Hereditary Herb-strewer, 289

Pins substituted for thorns, 238

Vilain XIIII. (Vicomte), 409

Weltje's Club, 413

Schools, public, and unmeaning Latin couplets,468 Schopenhauer, his works in English, 67, 115 Scomer upon the Hope, old sign, 68, 118 Scotland, Historiographers Royal, 106 ; insect

names in, 245

Scott (Daniel) on Twelve surname, 318 Scott (Sir W.), epitaph in ' The Antiquary,' 69 ; "viretot " in ' Fortunes of Nigel.' 267 ; passage in ' Lochinvar,' 268, 336, 378, 435 ; his manners, 346 ; ' Search after Happiness,' 409, 458 Scott (W.) on Buckle's ' History of Civilization,' 414

English Navy during the Civil War, 496

Livingston (Michael), c. 1680, 490

Rosamond (Fair), 452

St. Margaret's, Westminster, 454

Scott's ' Lochinvar,' 378

Watson's ' History of Printing,' 511 Scottish churches, their ownership, 168 Scottish market customs, 121 , 217 Seacombe or Seacome family, 287 Searcher on Lacy family, 489 Sec. Hist. MSS. Comm. on historical MSS.

discovered, 497 Seecatchie, meaning of the term, 48, 94


Seething Lane, derivation of its name, 11, 71

Selby, Yorks, Peculiar Court, and parish registers, 409, 475

Selwyn (G-.), fondness for executions, 107, 175

Senex on Welsh judges, 28

Serieantson (R. M.) on mayors elected in churches, 148

Servat's Tower in Bucklersbury, 330, 396

Seventeenth-century quotations, 217

Severn, river legend, 488

" Seynt-pro-seynt," wine, 76, 158

Shack," a wooden hut, American term, 306

Shakespeare, lectures by Coleridge on, 8 ; illus- trations of, 84 ; wooden statuette of, 245 ; and Ensor family, 253 ; allusions to, 307, 465 ; and plant-names. 281, 333, 411; legal references in, 382

Shake sp ear lana :

Antony and Cleopatra, Act I. sc. i., "I '11 seem the fool I am not," 464 ; " No Messenger but thine," 464 ; Act II. sc. i., " The deeds of iustest men," 464 ; Act II. sc. vi., " Not he that himself is not so,"

464 ; Act III. sc. xiii., " Ho is a god,"

465 ; Act V. sc. i., " A poor Egyptian yet," 465

As You Like It. Act I. sc. iii., " The other mad without any," 463 ; Act III. sc. v., " Betwixt the constant red and mingled damask," 464

King Lear, on the modern stage, 224

-Measure for Measure, Act I. sc. ii., King of Hungary's peace, 170 ; Act IV. sc. iii., Ragozine, a pirate, 169, 233

Merchant of Venice, Shylock tract, 76

Much Ado about Nothing, Act V. sc. i., " And sorrow, wagge, crie hem," 463

Sonnets, their dedication, 265 Sharpe (Dr. R. R.) on bakers' servants, 427

Coopers in the City in 1440, 426

" Never too late to mend," 147

Seething Lane, 11

" Shot at the rook," 147

Shawcross (.T.) on Coleridge on Shakespeare, 8 Shelley, and the yew, 287, 336, 414 Shelton (T.), his translation of ' Don Quixote,' 65 Ships, spectre, 32, 113 Ships, wooden, their longevity, 467 Ships' periodicals, list of, 54 Shoreditch family, 96 Short (Tommy) on Aristotle, 70, 392 Short Whist,' by Major A., 264, 318, 357 Shorter (C.) on High Wycombe Van Dyck, 108

Louis XVIII.'s queen and Westminster Abbey, 108

Medmenham Abbey : Hell-Fire Club, 467 Shortfall, use of the word, 167 Shylock tract, 76

Side-saddles, earliest use, 247, 295 Siev eking (I. Giberne) on Sir Horace Mann, 368 Sigma Tau on Sir T. Browne, 36

Herne family of Suffolk, 269

Holderness families, 211

Signs : Hen and Chickens, 28 ; Le Hole Bole, 348, 438 ; Le Stoples, 348, 410. See Tavern Signs. Signs of old London, 203, 463 Similes, Yorkshire, 148, 218 Simpson (Miss Charlotte) on Dr. Womack, 387 Skeat (Prof. W. W.) on authors wanted, 517

Bergerode, 73

Bosting, its meaning, 113

Bourne in place-names, 131