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SUBJECT INDEX.


Notes and Queries, July 25, 1914.


Quotations :

The kiss of the sun for pardon, 328, 373,

396 The Lord let the house of a brute to the soul

of a man, 188, 233 The tear down childhood's cheek that flows,

109, 158

The thin red line, 130 Their eyes' blue languish, and their raven

hair, 231

There was a king in bygone days, 429 Tho' lofty Scotia's mountains where savage

grandeur reigns, 269 Thou light cloud of amber, 215 Warrior of God, whose strong right arm

debased, 67, 137 We've always been draggin' the divil by the

tail, 14

Whnlley 's joined the Jesuits, 408 Wie an dem Tag, der dich der Welt verliehen,

57


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Rabbit rime, c. 1870, 215, 257

Kabel's drops, quack medicine, 1677, 334

" Racker Way." road-name, 1637, "meaning of,

10 Fadcliffe (Thomas)and the Rebellion of 1715, 430,

478

" Ragtime," origin of the term, 488 Railway smoking-carriages, 1846, 129, 251 Rainsford family, 470

Rate-books, old, of the City of London, 68 " Ravensfoot tobacco," origin of the name, 1671,

105

Rawdon family, 428, 475

  • ' Rawhead," character in Irish tale, 30

Raymond (G. P.), his ' History of England,' 1785,

57

Rea.d family of Jamaica, 71, 136 Reading, murder of a priest near, c, 1800, 130,

191

Rebellion of 1715, Thomas Radcliffe, 430, 478 ' Recipe for Lent, c. 1544, 267 Kecords of the City Livery Companies, 3 Records of Gretna Green, c. 1825-10, 403 Red Bull Theatre, c. 1609, 150, 212, 298 Redcoats, English soldiery, origin of, 334 Reddesford (Emeline de), Lesceline de Verdon,

o. 1200, 130, 255, 330, 391 Rees ( ), artificer for T. &G. Seddon, furniture

manufacturers, c. 1840, 86, 157 Regiment, Cornish, of 1643, list of, 254 Regimental badge of the 6th Foot, 8, 58, 117 Regimental history, British, bibliography of, 89,

Regimental nicknames, 127, 176, 211, 236 Registers : parish of St. Botolph without Alders- gate, 84, 176 ; parish, printed form for, 1593, 110 ; of deaths of Roman Catholics before 1837, 330, 375, 395 ; parish, the printing of, 344, 415, 454 ; of Hawkhurst, Kent, 1725-50, 350, 396 ; Irish. 1770 to 1830, 370 ; of baptisms, Vineyard Congregational Church, Richmond, 429 ; of marriages of Roman Catholics before 1837, 469 ; of Protestant Dissenters, 489 " Relict "^surviving husband, use of the word,

26

" Remittance men," meaning of the term, 346 Rents called fee-farm rents, 84, 157, 317


Rhubarb, first used in England, 83, 157, 274,

316, 373

" Ribandedeare," 1599, use of the word, 227 Richmond, Vineyard Congregational Church,

registers of baptisms, 429 " Ridiculous "=insult, 1605, 227 Ridley ( Richard )= Eleanor Sydenham, c. 1592,

390 Rigby (Rev. John), D.D., c. 1818, his portrait, 229,

298

Rime : On Hydon's top there is a cup, 409, 453 Ring, meaning of motto on, 250 Rings with death's head, 175 Rixham Fair, and Matthew Prior, 1709, 511 Road-name : Racker Way, 1637, 10 Roads round London, c. 1840, 82, 147 ' Uob Roy,* references and quotations, 471, 516 Robertson (Sergeant Duncan), his ' Journal,'

c. 1797, 190 Robinson (Admiral Marks )= Margaret Withers,

488 Robinson (Thomas), d. 1655, his tomb at Over

Kellet, 28, 91

Rogers (Capt. Woodes). the " pirate," 30, 57 Rogers (John), M.D., author, c. 1755, 268 Rolandsiiulen, mediaeval statues, 414, 478 Roman Catholic Fellows of Oxford and Cam- bridge, 407 Roman Catholics : register of deaths before

1837, 330, 375, 395 ; register of marriages

before 1837, 469

Rome, English Church in, 1816, 167 Rood, as an exclamation, 1629, 288 Rose in Persia, a spring or summer flower, 509 Rostand (E), the dedication of his play ' Cyrano,'

318, 498 Rough (Mrs. Harriet), daughter of John Wilkes,

29"

Royal descents from Edward III., 368, 418 Royal Exchange, guide to frescoes in, 219 Royal mails, John Palmer projector of, 1786, 209,

273 Royal Society of Musicians, Dickens's speech at

a festival of, 85 ' Rubaiyat,' in English and German verse, 15 ; the

rose in, 509 "Rucksack" (not " rucksack ")=knapsack, 53,

117, 196, 256, 292, 314, 413 Ruffs worn by choirboys, 94 " Rumford " chimney explained 443 Rush (John), Inspector of Regimental Hospitals,

1798, 428 Ruskin (John), difficulties in 'The Ethics of the

Dust,' 289, 336 Russell (Peter), Winchester scholar, 1540, 409,

517 " Rutland's Place," sign in Thames Street,

1603-25, 109 Rye, Sussex, old church font, 328


Sabbath, Biblical, observed in Abyssinia, 51, 93 Sackfylde (Sir John), Knt., temp. Edward VI.,

389, 434, 497 Saffron Walden, Essex, change at name, 87, 177,

217, 295, 334, 414

St. Alfonso Liguori, his casuistry, 290 St. Botolph without Aldersgate, parish registers of,

84, 176 St. Botolph's, Aldgate, boy's body found erect in,

1742, 246