Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 132, May 8, 1852 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
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Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 132, May 8, 1852 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

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  • Vol. V.—No. 132. NOTES AND QUERIES: A MEDIUM OF INTER-COMMUNICATION FOR LITERARY MEN, ARTISTS, ANTIQUARIES, GENEALOGISTS, ETC.
  • CONTENTS.
    • SIR ROBERT PEEL, AND HIS CLAIMS TO BE REMEMBERED BY THE LITERARY MEN OF ENGLAND.
  • Notes.
    • SITTING IN BEDE'S CHAIR.
      • Dedication Stone at Jarrow Church.
    • Dedication Stone at Jarrow Church.
    • INEDITED POETRY.
    • ON A PASSAGE IN "MEASURE FOR MEASURE," ACT I. SC. 1.
    • FOLK LORE.
      • Sites of Buildings mysteriously changed.
      • Burning the Bush.
      • Essex Superstition.
    • Sites of Buildings mysteriously changed.
    • Burning the Bush.
    • Essex Superstition.
    • OLD SONG, "NOT LONG AGO I DRANK A FULL POT."
    • Minor Notes.
      • Boston and Bunker's Hill.
      • Snooks.
      • Last Slave sold in England.
      • Hoax on Sir Walter Scott.
    • Boston and Bunker's Hill.
    • Snooks.
    • Last Slave sold in England.
    • Hoax on Sir Walter Scott.
  • Queries.
    • IRISH QUERIES.
    • Minor Queries.
      • The Azores.
      • Johnny Crapaud.
      • Poems in the "Spectator."
      • Old John Harries, "Bishop of Wales."
      • University Hood.
      • Black Rood in Scotland—Cross Neytz.
      • Crown Jewels once kept at Holt Castle.
      • "Cane Decane," &c.
      • Rev. John Meekins, D.D.
      • Finsbury Manor.
      • Frebord.
      • The Stature of Queen Elizabeth.
      • Portrait of Charles Mordaunt, Earl of Peterborough.
      • Inscription by Luther.
      • "O Juvenis frustra," &c.
      • All-fours.
      • Richard, second Son of the Conqueror,
      • Francis Walkinghame.
      • Optical Phenomenon.
    • The Azores.
    • Johnny Crapaud.
    • Poems in the "Spectator."
    • Old John Harries, "Bishop of Wales."
    • University Hood.
    • Black Rood in Scotland—Cross Neytz.
    • Crown Jewels once kept at Holt Castle.
    • "Cane Decane," &c.
    • Rev. John Meekins, D.D.
    • Finsbury Manor.
    • Frebord.
    • The Stature of Queen Elizabeth.
    • Portrait of Charles Mordaunt, Earl of Peterborough.
    • Inscription by Luther.
    • "O Juvenis frustra," &c.
    • All-fours.
    • Richard, second Son of the Conqueror,
    • Francis Walkinghame.
    • Optical Phenomenon.
    • Minor Queries Answered.
      • Abraham-Men.
      • Author of "Le Blason des Couleurs."
      • Banyan-day.
      • General Urmston.
      • Works of Alexander Neville.
      • Lindisfarne.
      • Index to the Critical Review.
      • "No great shakes."
      • Translation of Richard de Bury.
      • Life of Ken.
      • Wedding Rings.
      • Monasteries, &c. dissolved.
      • Bishops at the Hampton Court Controversy.
    • Abraham-Men.
    • Author of "Le Blason des Couleurs."
    • Banyan-day.
    • General Urmston.
    • Works of Alexander Neville.
    • Lindisfarne.
    • Index to the Critical Review.
    • "No great shakes."
    • Translation of Richard de Bury.
    • Life of Ken.
    • Wedding Rings.
    • Monasteries, &c. dissolved.
    • Bishops at the Hampton Court Controversy.
  • Replies.
    • SCOTTISH REGALIA. (Vol. iv., p. 208.)
    • GOSPEL OAKS. (Vol. v., pp. 157. 209.)
    • MITIGATION OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT TO A FORGER. (Vol. iv., p. 434.)
    • LORDS MARCHERS OF WALES. (Vol. v., pp. 30. 135. 189.)
    • DOCTRINE OF THE RESURRECTION. (Vol. iii., p. 374.)
    • CAN A CLERGYMAN MARRY HIMSELF? (Vol. v., p. 370.)
    • Replies to Minor Queries.
      • Algernon Sydney (Vol. v., pp. 318. 426.).
      • Cock-and-Bull Stories (Vol. v., p. 414.).
      • Thomas Crawford (Vol. v., p. 344.).
      • Longevity (Vol. v., pp. 296. 401.).
      • Theological Tract—The Huntyng of the Romish Fox (Vol. iii., p. 61.).
      • Moke (Vol. v., p. 374).
      • Ground Ice (Vol. v., p. 370.).
      • Nobleman alluded to by Bishop Berkeley (Vol. v., p. 345.).
      • House at Welling (Vol. v., p. 368.).
      • Constable of Scotland (Vol. v., pp. 297. 350.).
      • The Iron Plate in Lewes Castle (Vol. v., p. 342.).
      • Chelwoldesbury (Vol. v., p. 346.).
      • "The King's Booke" (Vol. v., p. 389.).
      • Key Experiments (Vol v., pp. 152. 293.).
      • Rhymes on Places (Vol. v., p. 404.).
      • Old Scots March, &c. (Vol. v., pp. 280. 331.).
      • Ecclesiastical Geography (Vol. v., p. 276.).
      • "Please the Pigs" (Vol. v., p. 13.).
      • The Word Shunt (Vol. v., p. 352.)
      • Plato's Lines in "Antho. Palat." (Vol. v., p. 317.).—
      • Abigail (Vol. iv., p. 424.; Vol. v., pp. 38. 94.).
      • Nuremberg Token, or Counter (Vol. v., pp. 201. 260.).
      • Meaning of Lode (Vol. v., p. 345.).
      • Mother Damnable (Vol. v., p. 151.).
      • Monuments of De la Beche Family (Vol. v., p. 341.).
      • Coke and Cowper (Vol. iv., pp. 24. 76. 93. 244. 300.).
      • Monumental Portraits (Vol. v., p. 349.).
      • Motto on Chimney-piece (Vol. v., p. 345.)
      • "Ve dâl am daro" (Vol. v., p. 325.).
      • White-livered (Vol. v., pp. 127. 403.).
      • Enigmatical Epitaphs (Vol. v., p. 179.).
      • Pelican in her Piety (Vol. v., p. 59.).—
      • Names of Places, Provincial Dialect (Vol. v., pp. 250. 375.).
      • The Term "Milesian" (Vol. iv., p. 175.).
      • Title of D.D. (Vol. ii., p. 13.).
      • Lass of Richmond Hill (Vol. ii., p. 103.).
      • A Bull (Vol. ii., p. 441.).
      • Remains of Horses and Sheep in Churches (Vol. v., p. 274.).
      • Fern Seed (Vol. v., pp. 172. 356.).
    • Algernon Sydney (Vol. v., pp. 318. 426.).
    • Cock-and-Bull Stories (Vol. v., p. 414.).
    • Thomas Crawford (Vol. v., p. 344.).
    • Longevity (Vol. v., pp. 296. 401.).
    • Theological Tract—The Huntyng of the Romish Fox (Vol. iii., p. 61.).
    • Moke (Vol. v., p. 374).
    • Ground Ice (Vol. v., p. 370.).
    • Nobleman alluded to by Bishop Berkeley (Vol. v., p. 345.).
    • House at Welling (Vol. v., p. 368.).
    • Constable of Scotland (Vol. v., pp. 297. 350.).
    • The Iron Plate in Lewes Castle (Vol. v., p. 342.).
    • Chelwoldesbury (Vol. v., p. 346.).
    • "The King's Booke" (Vol. v., p. 389.).
    • Key Experiments (Vol v., pp. 152. 293.).
    • Rhymes on Places (Vol. v., p. 404.).
    • Old Scots March, &c. (Vol. v., pp. 280. 331.).
    • Ecclesiastical Geography (Vol. v., p. 276.).
    • "Please the Pigs" (Vol. v., p. 13.).
    • The Word Shunt (Vol. v., p. 352.)
    • Plato's Lines in "Antho. Palat." (Vol. v., p. 317.).—
    • Abigail (Vol. iv., p. 424.; Vol. v., pp. 38. 94.).
    • Nuremberg Token, or Counter (Vol. v., pp. 201. 260.).
    • Meaning of Lode (Vol. v., p. 345.).
    • Mother Damnable (Vol. v., p. 151.).
    • Monuments of De la Beche Family (Vol. v., p. 341.).
    • Coke and Cowper (Vol. iv., pp. 24. 76. 93. 244. 300.).
    • Monumental Portraits (Vol. v., p. 349.).
    • Motto on Chimney-piece (Vol. v., p. 345.)
    • "Ve dâl am daro" (Vol. v., p. 325.).
    • White-livered (Vol. v., pp. 127. 403.).
    • Enigmatical Epitaphs (Vol. v., p. 179.).
    • Pelican in her Piety (Vol. v., p. 59.).—
    • Names of Places, Provincial Dialect (Vol. v., pp. 250. 375.).
    • The Term "Milesian" (Vol. iv., p. 175.).
    • Title of D.D. (Vol. ii., p. 13.).
    • Lass of Richmond Hill (Vol. ii., p. 103.).
    • A Bull (Vol. ii., p. 441.).
    • Remains of Horses and Sheep in Churches (Vol. v., p. 274.).
    • Fern Seed (Vol. v., pp. 172. 356.).
  • Miscellaneous.
    • NOTES ON BOOKS, ETC.
    • BOOKS AND ODD VOLUMES WANTED TO PURCHASE.
    • Notices to Correspondents.
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