Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 127, April 3, 1852 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
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Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 127, April 3, 1852 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

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  • Vol. V.—No. 127. NOTES AND QUERIES: A MEDIUM OF INTER-COMMUNICATION FOR LITERARY MEN, ARTISTS, ANTIQUARIES, GENEALOGISTS, ETC.
  • CONTENTS.
  • Notes.
    • BONAPARTE AND LORD WHITWORTH.
    • NOTES ON PRYNNE'S BREVIATE, BY ARCHBISHOP LAUD.
    • EPITAPH ON VOLTAIRE.
    • THE MILLER'S MELODY, FRAGMENT OF AN OLD BALLAD.
    • Minor Notes.
      • Doctor Johnson a Prophet.
      • Coleridge and Plato.
      • Epitaph in St. Giles' Church, Norwich.—
      • Hair in Seals.
      • To "eliminate."
    • Doctor Johnson a Prophet.
    • Coleridge and Plato.
    • Epitaph in St. Giles' Church, Norwich.—
    • Hair in Seals.
    • To "eliminate."
  • Queries.
    • ALGERNON SYDNEY.
    • OLD IRISH TALES.
    • POLITICAL PAMPHLETS.
    • Minor Queries.
      • The Book of Nicholas Leigh.
      • Gabriel Harvey's Notes on Chaucer.
      • The Cholera and the Electrometer.
      • Terre Isaac.
      • Daundelyon.
      • Mallet's Death and Burial.
      • Classical Quotations in Grotius.
      • The Authorised Version.
      • Rector's Chancel.
      • Duchess of Lancaster.
      • Cheke's Clock.
      • Ruthven Family.
      • "The Man in the Almanack."
      • Arkwright.
      • Burial, Law respecting.
      • Mr. Borrow's Muggletonians.
      • Puritan Antipathy to Custard.
      • "Corruptio Optimi," &c.
      • Miss Fanshawe's Enigma.
      • Mary Ambree.
    • The Book of Nicholas Leigh.
    • Gabriel Harvey's Notes on Chaucer.
    • The Cholera and the Electrometer.
    • Terre Isaac.
    • Daundelyon.
    • Mallet's Death and Burial.
    • Classical Quotations in Grotius.
    • The Authorised Version.
    • Rector's Chancel.
    • Duchess of Lancaster.
    • Cheke's Clock.
    • Ruthven Family.
    • "The Man in the Almanack."
    • Arkwright.
    • Burial, Law respecting.
    • Mr. Borrow's Muggletonians.
    • Puritan Antipathy to Custard.
    • "Corruptio Optimi," &c.
    • Miss Fanshawe's Enigma.
    • Mary Ambree.
    • Minor Queries Answered.
      • Sir W. Stanley.
      • Mires—Somerlayes.
      • Wyned.
      • Cromwell Family.
      • Beholden.
      • Men of Kent and Kentish Men.
      • Bee-Park.
      • A great Man who could not spell.
      • Glass-making in England.
      • Eustace.
      • Mas.
      • John Le Neve.
      • Meaning of Crow.
    • Sir W. Stanley.
    • Mires—Somerlayes.
    • Wyned.
    • Cromwell Family.
    • Beholden.
    • Men of Kent and Kentish Men.
    • Bee-Park.
    • A great Man who could not spell.
    • Glass-making in England.
    • Eustace.
    • Mas.
    • John Le Neve.
    • Meaning of Crow.
  • Replies.
    • PRESBYTERIAN OATH. (Vol. v., p. 274.)
    • THE OLD COUNTESS OF DESMOND. (Vol. v., p. 145.)
    • SHAKSPEARE'S SICKLE OR SHEKEL. (Value of Solidus Gallicus?) (Vol. v., p. 277.)
    • A FEW MORE WORDS ABOUT "DULCARNON." (Vol. i., p. 254.; Vol. v., pp. 252-3.)
    • ENGLISH SURNAMES. (Vol. v., p. 290.)
    • REV. JOHN PAGET. (Vol. iv., p. 133.; Vol. v., pp. 66. 280.)
    • LETTER TO A BRIGADIER-GENERAL. (Vol. v., p 296.)
    • MAPS OF AFRICA. (Vol. v., p. 261.)
    • Replies to Minor Queries.
      • James Wilson, M.D. (Vol. v., p. 276.).
      • History of Commerce (Vol. v., p. 276.).
      • Ecclesiastical Geography (Vol. v., p. 276.).
      • Butts Family (Vol. iv., p. 501.).
      • Friday at Sea (Vol. v., p. 200.).
      • A Pinch of Snuff from Dean Swift's Box (Vol. v., p. 274.).
      • English Translation of the Canons (Vol. v., p. 246.).
      • Few Descents through a long Period.
      • Tandem D. O. M. (Vol. iii, p. 62.).
      • Land Holland (Vol. ii., p. 267.).
      • Arc de Arbouin (Vol. v., p. 249.).
      • Derivation of "Martinique" (Vol. v., p. 11.).
      • Bigot (Vol. v., p. 277.).
      • Davies Queries (Vol. iv., p. 256.).
      • Fawsley, Heraldic Atchievement (Vol. v., p. 297.).
      • Old Scots March (Vol. v., pp. 104. 235.).
      • Periwinkle (Vol. i., p. 77.).
      • Erasmus' Paraphrase (Vol. i., p. 172.).
      • "Black Gowns and Red Coats" (Vol. v., p. 297.).
      • Arms of Manchester (Vol. v., p. 59.).
      • Sir Thomas Frowyk (Vol. v., p. 295.).
      • John Goldesborough (Vol. v., p. 294.).
      • Corrupted Names of Places (Vol. v., p. 285.).
      • Story of Ginevra (Vol. v., pp. 129. 209.).
      • Ornamental Hermits (Vol. v., pp. 123. 207.).
      • Dr. Fell (Vol. v., p. 296.).
      • List of Prothonotaries (Vol. v., p. 294.).
      • The Vellum-bound Junius (Vol. iii., p. 262.; Vol. v., p. 303.).
      • Plague Stones (Vol. v., p. 308.).
      • George Trehern (Vol. v., p. 295.).
      • St. Christopher (Vol. v., p. 265.).
      • White Livers (Vol. v., p. 127.).
      • Torshel's Design to harmonise the Bible (Vol. v., p. 199.).
    • James Wilson, M.D. (Vol. v., p. 276.).
    • History of Commerce (Vol. v., p. 276.).
    • Ecclesiastical Geography (Vol. v., p. 276.).
    • Butts Family (Vol. iv., p. 501.).
    • Friday at Sea (Vol. v., p. 200.).
    • A Pinch of Snuff from Dean Swift's Box (Vol. v., p. 274.).
    • English Translation of the Canons (Vol. v., p. 246.).
    • Few Descents through a long Period.
    • Tandem D. O. M. (Vol. iii, p. 62.).
    • Land Holland (Vol. ii., p. 267.).
    • Arc de Arbouin (Vol. v., p. 249.).
    • Derivation of "Martinique" (Vol. v., p. 11.).
    • Bigot (Vol. v., p. 277.).
    • Davies Queries (Vol. iv., p. 256.).
    • Fawsley, Heraldic Atchievement (Vol. v., p. 297.).
    • Old Scots March (Vol. v., pp. 104. 235.).
    • Periwinkle (Vol. i., p. 77.).
    • Erasmus' Paraphrase (Vol. i., p. 172.).
    • "Black Gowns and Red Coats" (Vol. v., p. 297.).
    • Arms of Manchester (Vol. v., p. 59.).
    • Sir Thomas Frowyk (Vol. v., p. 295.).
    • John Goldesborough (Vol. v., p. 294.).
    • Corrupted Names of Places (Vol. v., p. 285.).
    • Story of Ginevra (Vol. v., pp. 129. 209.).
    • Ornamental Hermits (Vol. v., pp. 123. 207.).
    • Dr. Fell (Vol. v., p. 296.).
    • List of Prothonotaries (Vol. v., p. 294.).
    • The Vellum-bound Junius (Vol. iii., p. 262.; Vol. v., p. 303.).
    • Plague Stones (Vol. v., p. 308.).
    • George Trehern (Vol. v., p. 295.).
    • St. Christopher (Vol. v., p. 265.).
    • White Livers (Vol. v., p. 127.).
    • Torshel's Design to harmonise the Bible (Vol. v., p. 199.).
  • Miscellaneous.
    • NOTES ON BOOKS, ETC.
    • BOOKS AND ODD VOLUMES WANTED TO PURCHASE.
    • Notices to Correspondents.
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