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SUBJECT INDEX.


Notes and Queries, July 25, 1914.


Duff, missionary ship, sailed 1798, 410, 457, 512 Duff (Major-General Patrick), c. 1790, 89, 177,

215

Dundey (Dr.), mentioned by Dickens, 48 Dunning (Goddard), painter, c. 1057, 290, 517 " Dunstable lark," origin of the expression, 15, 93 Duppa (Brian), Bishop of Winchester, 1614, 308 Duppa family, c. 1590, 308 Duppas Hill, Croydon, origin of the name, 308 Durant (Rev. Josias), d. 1764, his descendants, 169 Durant family, 169 Durham family and surname, 117 Dwight (Mr.), of the Treasury Office, 71 Dynharn (Sir John) and the Arche family, c. 1420,

270, 318


East Moen, the fabric of the church, 231

Effigies, cross-legged, meaning of the position, 14

" Egoism " v. " egotism," use of the word, 450

Egypt, number of gods in, in pagan times, 8, 78

Egyptian Book of the Dead, 191, 253

" Elephantine "=ivory, 1513, 387

Elfou, place-name, the locality, 470

Elizabeth (Queen) and Walsingham, painting, c. 1831, 288

Ellice (B.), Colonel 24th Regiment, 1842-56, 170

Ellice (Sir C. II.), G.C.B., Colonel 24th Regiment, 1851, 188

Ellis, booksellers of New Bond Street, history of the firm, 285

Eltofte, surname referred to 1539, 247

Elyas the Printer, c. 1495, his surname, 167

Emerson (R. Waldo) in England, 1833, 25

t " Encly," use of the word, 1608, 227

'E^eSe^aro, its equivalent in Roman jurisprudence, 269

" Enforce "=to inform, 1611, 227

England and Scotland, legislative union, note in parish register, 1707, 507

' English Dialect Dictionary,' additions and correc- tions, 146, 234, 298

English Church in Rome, 1816, 167

English shrines visited by pilgrims, their identifi- cation, 208, 277, 333, 397

English, as spoken in Dublin, 14 : " the Queen's," 1592, 105

Engraving, pictures reversed on the plate, 189, 253, 298

Fpigram : A single doctor like a sculler plies, 231, 273, 396

Epitaph, Douglas in Bohemia, 56

Epitaph, Milton's, on Shakespeare, 11, 73, 114, 172, 217, 237, 294, 353

Epitaphs :

Learn from the Emblem of the Glass, 44 Lie heavy on him, earth, for he, 127, 193 Life 's uncertain Death most sure, 45, 130 No bribes covld blind no terror tvrne, 447 Erasmus's ' Paraphrase upon the New Testa- ment,' 160

Essays, early Victorian book of, 208 " Estridge," in ' A Tudor and Stuart Glossary,'

105 " Etotoli " or " etoboli," the bird-name, 348, 372,

395 Evance (Sir Stephen), banker, c. 1690, his

successors, 230, 272, 298, 373, 453, 494 Evelyn family, 85

Everton (Squire), character in fiction, 270 Eyre (Governor), error in ' D.N.B.,' 447, 498


Fables, a book of, in verse, its date, 348, 455

" Factory," female, at Botany Bay, 231

Fairfax (Edward), "Alpine mountains cold" in

his ' Tasso,' 147 Fairy thief, story, 440, 476 " Faithful Durhams," nickname of 68th Durham

L.I., 236

Fat, human, as medicine, 70, 115, 157, 195, 316 Fatima's hand, a charm, the meaning of, 48 Fee-farm rents, North- Country, 84, 157, 317 " Fee-faw-fum," 1595, origin of the phrase, 287 Fenwick ( Walter) Magdalene Hunt, 1628, 330 Ferrier (Susan), her ' Marriage,' 169 Fessard (John), Winchester scholar, 1533, 390 " Feuar," use of the word, 1508, 387 " Feyns," " amener de ffeyns," meaning of the

word, 350


Fiery Cross," the use of, 1545, 387 " Fillee bird " in Cornish carol, 250 Finch (Hon. D.), Colonel 24th Regiment, 1856-61,

188

Fincham, Calybutt, and Cornwallis families, 242 Fire and new-birth of seeds, 14, 113, 178 Fire of London, contemporary letter, 304 Fire-walking, physical explanation of, 49, 114, 151.

212, 231, 280 Fish Wharf, London Bridge, origin of the name,

248, 374

' Fisher Boy,' poem, c. 1809, 291, 333 FitzGerald (E.), the rose in his Omar, 509 Flagstaff, tallest one-piece, 7, 94, 254 " Flash " of the uniform of the Welsh Fusiliers.

488 Fleming (Dame Mary), of North Stoneham, her

will, 1614, 366

"Flig," adjective, used in 1593, 227 Flower, pink, in the wheat, its name, 93 Foley (G.), Westminster scholar, 1746, 87 Foley (H. Samuel), Westminster scholar, 1813, 87 Foley (Herbert), Westminster scholar, 1804, 87 Foley (Paul), Westminster scholar, 1767, 87 Foley (Robert), Westminster scholar, 1727, 87 Foley (T.), Westminster scholar, 1729, 87 Foley (Walter), Westminster scholar, 1720, 87

Folk-lore:-.

Death folk-lore, 128, 196, 236, 278, 296, 350, 414

Fee-faw-fum, 287

German funeral custom, 415

Hat thrown into a house, 136

Legends from Lourdes, 343

Octopus, the use of, in medicine, 128, 173, 276.

434

Pied Piper, 245 Roping the bride, 365 Shuddering and burial, 150 Sussex drinking custom, 248 Touching for the king's evil, 506 Touching wood to avoid ill-luck, 370, 418 Tree lore of the Nigerians, 366 Turtle and thunder, 268, 335 Venus's ear, the use of, in medicine, 128, 173,

216, 276, 434 Weather prognostications of China and Japan,

Whelk, the use of, in medicine, 128, 173, 276,

434 Wild Huntsman, 15, 76, 152, 197, 232