Notes and Queries, Vol. IV, Number 110, December 6, 1851 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
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Notes and Queries, Vol. IV, Number 110, December 6, 1851 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

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  • Vol. IV.—No. 110. NOTES AND QUERIES: A MEDIUM OF INTER-COMMUNICATION FOR LITERARY MEN, ARTISTS, ANTIQUARIES, GENEALOGISTS, ETC.
  • CONTENTS.
  • Notes.
    • THE ABORIGINES OF ST. DOMINGO.
    • MITIGATION OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT TO A FORGER.
    • PASSAGE IN JEREMY TAYLOR.
    • PARALLEL PASSAGES.
    • FOLK LORE.
      • Death Omen by Bees.
    • Death Omen by Bees.
    • THE CAXTON COFFER.
    • Minor Notes.
      • Mental Almanac (Vol. iv., p. 203.).
      • Corruptions recognised as acknowledged Words (Vol. iv., p. 313.).
      • Pasquinade (Vol. iv., p. 292.).
      • Epigram on Erasmus.
      • Etymology of London.
      • Verses on Shipmoney.—
      • Columbus's Bust, &c. at Havanna.
    • Mental Almanac (Vol. iv., p. 203.).
    • Corruptions recognised as acknowledged Words (Vol. iv., p. 313.).
    • Pasquinade (Vol. iv., p. 292.).
    • Epigram on Erasmus.
    • Etymology of London.
    • Verses on Shipmoney.—
    • Columbus's Bust, &c. at Havanna.
  • Queries.
    • ADDITIONAL QUERIES RESPECTING GENERAL JAMES WOLFE. (Vol. iv., pp. 271. 322.)
    • CHRISTIANITY, WHEN FIRST INTRODUCED INTO ORKNEY.
    • THE ROMAN INDEX EXPURGATORIUS OF 1607.
    • Minor Queries.
      • 313. "The Don," a Poem.
      • 314. John Lord Frescheville.
      • 315. Meaning of "Pallant."
      • 316. Rectitudines Singularum Personarum.
      • 317. Sir Henry Tichborne's Journal.
      • 318. Round Towers at Bhaugulpore.
      • 319. Johannes Trithemius.
      • 320. Races in which Children are named after the Mothers.
      • 321. Foreign Ambassadors, Ministers, Envoys, and Residents from Foreign Courts.
      • 322. Critolaus and the Horatii and Curiatii.
      • 323. Cabal.
      • 324. "Thus said the Ravens black."
      • 325. Symbols in Painting.
      • 326. Latin Verse on Franklin.
      • 327. General Moyle.
      • 328. Musical Compositions of Matthew Dubourg.
      • 329. Collodion, and its Application to Photography.
      • 330. Engraved Portrait.
      • 331. Lines by Lord Chesterfield on Queen Caroline's supposed Refusal to forgive her Son when on her Death-bed.
    • 313. "The Don," a Poem.
    • 314. John Lord Frescheville.
    • 315. Meaning of "Pallant."
    • 316. Rectitudines Singularum Personarum.
    • 317. Sir Henry Tichborne's Journal.
    • 318. Round Towers at Bhaugulpore.
    • 319. Johannes Trithemius.
    • 320. Races in which Children are named after the Mothers.
    • 321. Foreign Ambassadors, Ministers, Envoys, and Residents from Foreign Courts.
    • 322. Critolaus and the Horatii and Curiatii.
    • 323. Cabal.
    • 324. "Thus said the Ravens black."
    • 325. Symbols in Painting.
    • 326. Latin Verse on Franklin.
    • 327. General Moyle.
    • 328. Musical Compositions of Matthew Dubourg.
    • 329. Collodion, and its Application to Photography.
    • 330. Engraved Portrait.
    • 331. Lines by Lord Chesterfield on Queen Caroline's supposed Refusal to forgive her Son when on her Death-bed.
    • Minor Queries Answered.
      • Kimmeroi, Cimbri, Cymry.
      • Dictionary of Musicians.
      • City of London Charter.
      • St. Alkald.
    • Kimmeroi, Cimbri, Cymry.
    • Dictionary of Musicians.
    • City of London Charter.
    • St. Alkald.
  • Replies.
    • PLAIDS AND TARTANS. (Vol. iv., p. 107.)
    • RELIGIOUS STATISTICS. (Vol. iv., p. 382.)
    • ROYAL LIBRARY. (Vol. iii., p. 427.; Vol. iv., pp. 69. 154.)
    • DAMASKED LINEN. (Vol. ii., p. 199.; Vol. iii., pp. 13. 229.)
    • VERMIN, PAYMENTS FOR DESTRUCTION OF. (Vol. iv., pp. 208. 389.)
    • WAS RALEIGH IN VIRGINIA? (Vol. iv., pp. 190. 241.)
    • Replies to Minor Queries.
      • Bunting's Irish Melodies.
      • Colonies in England (Vol. iv., pp. 272. 370.).
      • "History of Anglesey," &c. (Vol. iv, p. 317.).
      • The Lowey of Tunbridge (Vol. iv., p. 294.).
      • Praed's Works (Vol. iv., p. 256.).
      • John à Cumber (Vol. iv., p. 83.).
      • Punishment of Prince Edward of Carnarvon (Vol. iv., pp. 338. 409.).
      • Joceline's Legacy (Vol. iv., pp. 367. 410.).
      • Bristol Tables (Vol. iv., p. 406.).
      • Grimsdyke or Grimesditch (Vol. iv., pp. 192. 330.).
      • Derivation of "Æra" (Vol. iv., p. 383.).
      • Scent of the Blood-hound (Vol. iv., p. 368.).
      • Monk and Cromwell Families (Vol. iv., p. 381.).
      • "Truth is that which a man troweth" (Vol. iv., p. 382.).
      • "Worse than a Crime" (Vol. iv., p. 274.).
      • Verses in Classical Prose (Vol. iv., p. 382.).
      • Cruelty of the Spaniards in Peru (Vol. iv., p. 257.).
      • Nolo Episcopari (Vol. iv., p. 346.).
      • Hougoumont (Vol. iv., p. 313.).
      • Call a Spade, a Spade (Vol. iv., p. 274.).
      • "Tace is Latin for a Candle" (Vol. i., p. 385.; Vol. ii., p. 45.).
      • Collars of SS. (Vol. iv., pp. 147. 236.).
      • Locusts of the New Testament (Vol. iv., pp. 255. 351.).
      • Theodolite (Vol. iv., p. 383.).
      • "A Posie of other Men's Flowers" (Vol. iv., p. 211.).
      • Voltaire (Vol. iii. p. 433.).
      • Sinaïtic Inscriptions (Vol. iv., p. 382.).
      • Le Greene at Wrexham (Vol. iv., p. 371.).
      • Cross-legged Effigies (Vol. iv., p. 382.).
      • The Word Ἀδελφὸς (Vol. iv., p. 339.).
      • Finger Pillories (Vol. iv., p. 315.).
      • Blackloana Heresis (Vol. iv., p. 239.).
      • Quaker Expurgated Bible.
      • "Acu tinali merida" (Vol. iv., p. 406.).
    • Bunting's Irish Melodies.
    • Colonies in England (Vol. iv., pp. 272. 370.).
    • "History of Anglesey," &c. (Vol. iv, p. 317.).
    • The Lowey of Tunbridge (Vol. iv., p. 294.).
    • Praed's Works (Vol. iv., p. 256.).
    • John à Cumber (Vol. iv., p. 83.).
    • Punishment of Prince Edward of Carnarvon (Vol. iv., pp. 338. 409.).
    • Joceline's Legacy (Vol. iv., pp. 367. 410.).
    • Bristol Tables (Vol. iv., p. 406.).
    • Grimsdyke or Grimesditch (Vol. iv., pp. 192. 330.).
    • Derivation of "Æra" (Vol. iv., p. 383.).
    • Scent of the Blood-hound (Vol. iv., p. 368.).
    • Monk and Cromwell Families (Vol. iv., p. 381.).
    • "Truth is that which a man troweth" (Vol. iv., p. 382.).
    • "Worse than a Crime" (Vol. iv., p. 274.).
    • Verses in Classical Prose (Vol. iv., p. 382.).
    • Cruelty of the Spaniards in Peru (Vol. iv., p. 257.).
    • Nolo Episcopari (Vol. iv., p. 346.).
    • Hougoumont (Vol. iv., p. 313.).
    • Call a Spade, a Spade (Vol. iv., p. 274.).
    • "Tace is Latin for a Candle" (Vol. i., p. 385.; Vol. ii., p. 45.).
    • Collars of SS. (Vol. iv., pp. 147. 236.).
    • Locusts of the New Testament (Vol. iv., pp. 255. 351.).
    • Theodolite (Vol. iv., p. 383.).
    • "A Posie of other Men's Flowers" (Vol. iv., p. 211.).
    • Voltaire (Vol. iii. p. 433.).
    • Sinaïtic Inscriptions (Vol. iv., p. 382.).
    • Le Greene at Wrexham (Vol. iv., p. 371.).
    • Cross-legged Effigies (Vol. iv., p. 382.).
    • The Word Ἀδελφὸς (Vol. iv., p. 339.).
    • Finger Pillories (Vol. iv., p. 315.).
    • Blackloana Heresis (Vol. iv., p. 239.).
    • Quaker Expurgated Bible.
    • "Acu tinali merida" (Vol. iv., p. 406.).
  • Miscellaneous.
    • NOTES ON BOOKS, SALES, CATALOGUES, ETC.
    • BOOKS AND ODD VOLUMES WANTED TO PURCHASE.
    • Notices to Correspondents.
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