Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 123, March 6, 1852 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
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Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 123, March 6, 1852 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

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  • Vol. V.—No. 123. NOTES AND QUERIES: A MEDIUM OF INTER-COMMUNICATION FOR LITERARY MEN, ARTISTS, ANTIQUARIES, GENEALOGISTS, ETC.
  • CONTENTS.
  • Notes.
    • SOUTH SEA PLAYING CARDS.
    • BIRTHPLACE OF THE EMPRESS JOSEPHINE.
    • NOTES ON HOMER, NO. III. (Continued from Vol. v., p. 172.)
    • FOLK LORE.
      • Ancient Custom on Interment.
      • Pure Rain Water.
      • Cure for Hooping Cough.
    • Ancient Custom on Interment.
    • Pure Rain Water.
    • Cure for Hooping Cough.
    • SAINTED KINGS INCORRUPTIBLE.
    • Minor Notes.
      • Rev. A. Butler.
      • Birthplace of Bishop Hoadley.
      • Humboldt's "Cosmos," and Nares' "Attempt."
      • Gough, the Irish Portion of his Camden: Ledwich.
      • Junius and the Quarterly Review again.
    • Rev. A. Butler.
    • Birthplace of Bishop Hoadley.
    • Humboldt's "Cosmos," and Nares' "Attempt."
    • Gough, the Irish Portion of his Camden: Ledwich.
    • Junius and the Quarterly Review again.
  • Queries.
    • SEVEN QUERIES.
    • PLAGUE STONES.
    • Minor Queries.
      • The Cross on Counsels' Briefs.
      • Sir James Hayes, of Bedgebury, Kent.
      • Authorship of the Song "Oh Nanny," &c.
      • Hexameter Poem on English Counties.
      • Wild Oats, Origin of the Phrase.
      • The Dr. Richard Mortons.
      • General Lambert (Vol. iv., p. 339.).
    • The Cross on Counsels' Briefs.
    • Sir James Hayes, of Bedgebury, Kent.
    • Authorship of the Song "Oh Nanny," &c.
    • Hexameter Poem on English Counties.
    • Wild Oats, Origin of the Phrase.
    • The Dr. Richard Mortons.
    • General Lambert (Vol. iv., p. 339.).
    • Cross-legged Effigies and Collars of SS.
      • The Crooked Billet.
      • Collins the Poet, and his Ode on the Music of the Grecian Theatre.
      • Bishop Kidder's Autobiography.
      • Shrine of Edward the Confessor.
      • "Wise above that which is written."
      • "Hoffman," a Tragedy by Chettle.
      • Inverted Commas.
      • Quotations Wanted.
      • Deacons, a Phrase used by Foxe.
      • The Count de Vordac.
    • The Crooked Billet.
    • Collins the Poet, and his Ode on the Music of the Grecian Theatre.
    • Bishop Kidder's Autobiography.
    • Shrine of Edward the Confessor.
    • "Wise above that which is written."
    • "Hoffman," a Tragedy by Chettle.
    • Inverted Commas.
    • Quotations Wanted.
    • Deacons, a Phrase used by Foxe.
    • The Count de Vordac.
    • Minor Queries Answered.
      • Hoare's Charity.
      • Dr. Sacheverell's "Sermon at Derby."
      • Lucas Lossius.
      • The "Athenian Oracle."
    • Hoare's Charity.
    • Dr. Sacheverell's "Sermon at Derby."
    • Lucas Lossius.
    • The "Athenian Oracle."
  • Replies.
    • FRENCH REVOLUTIONS FORETOLD. (Vol. v., p. 100.)
    • GRIMESDYKE. (Vol. iv. passim.)
    • POET REFERRED TO BY BACON. (Vol. iv., p. 257.)
    • JOHNSON'S HOUSE, BOLT COURT. (Vol. v., p. 176.)
    • COOPER'S MINIATURE OF CROMWELL. (Vol. iv., p. 368.; Vol. v., p. 189. &c.)
    • THE QUEEN OF THE ISLE OF MAN. (Vol. v., p. 132.)
    • Replies to Minor Queries.
      • Old Scots March (Vol. v., p. 104.).
      • Elizabeth, Equestrian Figure of (Vol. iv., p. 231.).
      • Meaning of Stickle (Vol. iv., p. 209.).
      • Latin Names of Towns (Vol. i., pp. 287. 402. 474.).
      • Llandudno, on the Great Orme's Head (Vol. v., p. 175.).
      • Brozier (Vol. ii., p. 44.).
      • Passage in Troilus and Cressida (Vol. v., p. 178.).
      • Nelson Family (Vol. v., p. 176.).
      • Maps of Africa (Vol. v., p. 174.).
      • Muggleton (Vol. v., p. 80.).
      • Passage in Hamlet (Vol. v., p. 169.).
      • Theoloneum (Vol. v., p. 105.).
      • Donkey (Vol. v., pp. 78. 165.).
      • Sir Samuel Garth (Vol. v., p. 151.).
      • Princes of Wales and Earls of Chester, &c.: Mr. Bush's Collection (Vol. v., p. 178.).
      • Litera scripta manet (Vol. v., p. 200.).
    • Old Scots March (Vol. v., p. 104.).
    • Elizabeth, Equestrian Figure of (Vol. iv., p. 231.).
    • Meaning of Stickle (Vol. iv., p. 209.).
    • Latin Names of Towns (Vol. i., pp. 287. 402. 474.).
    • Llandudno, on the Great Orme's Head (Vol. v., p. 175.).
    • Brozier (Vol. ii., p. 44.).
    • Passage in Troilus and Cressida (Vol. v., p. 178.).
    • Nelson Family (Vol. v., p. 176.).
    • Maps of Africa (Vol. v., p. 174.).
    • Muggleton (Vol. v., p. 80.).
    • Passage in Hamlet (Vol. v., p. 169.).
    • Theoloneum (Vol. v., p. 105.).
    • Donkey (Vol. v., pp. 78. 165.).
    • Sir Samuel Garth (Vol. v., p. 151.).
    • Princes of Wales and Earls of Chester, &c.: Mr. Bush's Collection (Vol. v., p. 178.).
    • Litera scripta manet (Vol. v., p. 200.).
  • Miscellaneous.
    • NOTES ON BOOKS, ETC.
    • BOOKS AND ODD VOLUMES WANTED TO PURCHASE.
    • Notices to Correspondents.
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