Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 119, February 7, 1852 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
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Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 119, February 7, 1852 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

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  • Vol. V.—No. 119. NOTES AND QUERIES: A MEDIUM OF INTER-COMMUNICATION FOR LITERARY MEN, ARTISTS, ANTIQUARIES, GENEALOGISTS, ETC.
  • CONTENTS.
  • Notes.
    • STONE-PILLAR WORSHIP STILL EXISTING IN IRELAND.
    • THE INVASION OF BRITAIN. (Not by Julius Cæsar.)
    • HERMITS, ORNAMENTAL AND EXPERIMENTAL.
    • DAVID MALLET, HIS CHARACTER AND BIOGRAPHY.
    • Minor Notes.
      • The Hyphen.
      • Old Books New Titles.
      • Eugene Aram.
      • Inscription at Hardwicke Hall.
    • The Hyphen.
    • Old Books New Titles.
    • Eugene Aram.
    • Inscription at Hardwicke Hall.
  • Queries.
    • JUNIUS QUERIES.
      • Junius Rumours.
      • "To Commit" in the Sense used by Junius.
      • Junius' letters to Wilkes.
    • Junius Rumours.
    • "To Commit" in the Sense used by Junius.
    • Junius' letters to Wilkes.
    • WHAT IS THE DERIVATION OF "GARSECG?"
    • Minor Queries.
      • Commemoration of Benefactors.
      • Pedigree of Richard, Earl of Chepstow.
      • Twenty-seven Children.
      • Esquires of the Martyred King.
      • Braem's "Mémoires touchant le Commerce."
      • Newspapers.
      • Serjeant Trumpeter.
      • Lunhunter.
      • Family of Bullen.
      • Burnomania.
      • Rent of Assize.
      • White Livers.
      • Welsh Names Blaen.
      • Jesuits.
      • "The right divine of Kings to govern wrong."
      • Valentines, when first introduced.
    • Commemoration of Benefactors.
    • Pedigree of Richard, Earl of Chepstow.
    • Twenty-seven Children.
    • Esquires of the Martyred King.
    • Braem's "Mémoires touchant le Commerce."
    • Newspapers.
    • Serjeant Trumpeter.
    • Lunhunter.
    • Family of Bullen.
    • Burnomania.
    • Rent of Assize.
    • White Livers.
    • Welsh Names Blaen.
    • Jesuits.
    • "The right divine of Kings to govern wrong."
    • Valentines, when first introduced.
    • Minor Queries Answered.
      • The Bed of Ware.
      • Merry Andrew.
      • A Baron's Hearse.
      • Saint Bartholomew.
      • Moravian Hymns—Tabitha's Dream (Vol. iv., p. 502.).
      • Story of Ginevra.
      • Play of "Pompey the Great."
    • The Bed of Ware.
    • Merry Andrew.
    • A Baron's Hearse.
    • Saint Bartholomew.
    • Moravian Hymns—Tabitha's Dream (Vol. iv., p. 502.).
    • Story of Ginevra.
    • Play of "Pompey the Great."
  • Replies.
    • THE THREE ESTATES OF THE REALM. (Vol. iv., p. 278.)
    • LEGEND OF ST. KENELM—IN CLIENT COU BACHE. (Vol. v., p. 79.)
    • ISABEL, QUEEN OF THE ISLE OF MAN. (Vol. iv., p. 423.)
    • LONG MEG OF WESTMINSTER. (Vol. ii., pp. 131. 172.)
    • THE INTRODUCTION OF STOPS, ETC. (Vol. v., p. 1.)
    • PAPERS OF PERJURY. (Vol. ii., pp. 182. 316.)
    • Replies to Minor Queries.
      • Rev. Thomas Adams, D.D. (Vol. v., p. 80.).
      • Wiggan, John (Vol. v., p. 78.).
      • "Poets beware!" (Vol. v., p. 78.).
      • Traditions of Remote Periods, &c. (Vol. v., p. 77.).
      • Heraldical MSS. of Sir Henry St. George Garter (Vol. v., p. 59.).
      • Dr. John Ash (Vol. v., p. 12.).
      • Inveni Portum (Vol. v., p. 64.).
      • Goldsmith (Vol. v., p. 63.).
      • Lords Marchers (Vol. v., p. 30.).
      • Foreign Ambassadors (Vol. iv., p. 442.).
      • Church, whence derived (Vol. v., p. 79.).
      • Cross-legged Effigies (Vol. iv., p. 382.).
      • Sir Walter Raleigh's Snuffbox (Vol. v., p. 78.).
      • Epigram on Erasmus (Vol. iv., p. 437.).
      • General Wolfe (Vol. iv., p. 439.).
      • Ghost Stories (Vol. iv., p. 5.; Vol. v., p. 89.).
      • Epigram on Burnet (Vol. v., p. 58.).
      • "Son of the Morning" (Vol. iv., pp. 209. 330. 391.).
      • Haberdasher (Vol. ii., pp. 167. 253.).
      • Vincent Kidder (Vol. iv., p. 502.).
      • Tripos, What is the Origin of the Term? (Vol. iv., p. 484.).
      • Monody on the Death of Sir John Moore (Vol. i., p. 445.).
      • Many Children at a Birth (Vol. iii., pp. 64. 347.).
      • "O Leoline," &c. (Vol. v., p. 78.).
      • The Ballad on the Rising of the Vendee (Vol. iv., p. 473.).
      • House at Welling (Vol. iv., p. 502.).
      • Pharetram de Tutesbit (Vol. iv., p. 316.).
      • Ruffles, when worn (Vol. v., p. 12.).
      • Allen of Rossull (Vol. v., p. 11.).
      • Serjeants' Rings (Vol. v., pp. 59. 92. 110.).
      • Clerical Members of Parliament (Vol. v., p. 11.).
      • Cabal (Vol. iv., pp. 443. 507.).
      • Latin Verse on Franklin (Vol. iv., p. 443.; Vol. v., p. 17.).
      • Job (Vol. v., p. 26.).
      • Poniatowski Gems (Vol. v., pp. 30. 65.).
      • Sleck Stone, Meaning of (Vol. iii., p. 241.; Vol. iv., p. 394.).
      • Bishop Bridgeman (Vol. v., p. 80.).
      • Bow Bell (Vol. v., p. 28.).
      • Fees for Inoculation (Vol. iv., p. 231.).
      • Salting of Infants (Vol. v., p. 76.).—
      • Age of Trees (Vol. v., p. 8.).
      • Objective and Subjective (Vol. v., p. 11.).
      • Parish Registers (Vol. v., p. 36.).
      • "'Tis Tuppence now," &c. (Vol. iv., pp. 314. 372.).
      • Chatterbox (Vol. iv., p. 344.).
      • Churchill the Poet (Vol. v., p. 74.).
      • Hieroglyphics of Vagrants and Criminals (Vol. v., p. 79.).
      • Paring the Nails (Vol. iii., p. 462.).
    • Rev. Thomas Adams, D.D. (Vol. v., p. 80.).
    • Wiggan, John (Vol. v., p. 78.).
    • "Poets beware!" (Vol. v., p. 78.).
    • Traditions of Remote Periods, &c. (Vol. v., p. 77.).
    • Heraldical MSS. of Sir Henry St. George Garter (Vol. v., p. 59.).
    • Dr. John Ash (Vol. v., p. 12.).
    • Inveni Portum (Vol. v., p. 64.).
    • Goldsmith (Vol. v., p. 63.).
    • Lords Marchers (Vol. v., p. 30.).
    • Foreign Ambassadors (Vol. iv., p. 442.).
    • Church, whence derived (Vol. v., p. 79.).
    • Cross-legged Effigies (Vol. iv., p. 382.).
    • Sir Walter Raleigh's Snuffbox (Vol. v., p. 78.).
    • Epigram on Erasmus (Vol. iv., p. 437.).
    • General Wolfe (Vol. iv., p. 439.).
    • Ghost Stories (Vol. iv., p. 5.; Vol. v., p. 89.).
    • Epigram on Burnet (Vol. v., p. 58.).
    • "Son of the Morning" (Vol. iv., pp. 209. 330. 391.).
    • Haberdasher (Vol. ii., pp. 167. 253.).
    • Vincent Kidder (Vol. iv., p. 502.).
    • Tripos, What is the Origin of the Term? (Vol. iv., p. 484.).
    • Monody on the Death of Sir John Moore (Vol. i., p. 445.).
    • Many Children at a Birth (Vol. iii., pp. 64. 347.).
    • "O Leoline," &c. (Vol. v., p. 78.).
    • The Ballad on the Rising of the Vendee (Vol. iv., p. 473.).
    • House at Welling (Vol. iv., p. 502.).
    • Pharetram de Tutesbit (Vol. iv., p. 316.).
    • Ruffles, when worn (Vol. v., p. 12.).
    • Allen of Rossull (Vol. v., p. 11.).
    • Serjeants' Rings (Vol. v., pp. 59. 92. 110.).
    • Clerical Members of Parliament (Vol. v., p. 11.).
    • Cabal (Vol. iv., pp. 443. 507.).
    • Latin Verse on Franklin (Vol. iv., p. 443.; Vol. v., p. 17.).
    • Job (Vol. v., p. 26.).
    • Poniatowski Gems (Vol. v., pp. 30. 65.).
    • Sleck Stone, Meaning of (Vol. iii., p. 241.; Vol. iv., p. 394.).
    • Bishop Bridgeman (Vol. v., p. 80.).
    • Bow Bell (Vol. v., p. 28.).
    • Fees for Inoculation (Vol. iv., p. 231.).
    • Salting of Infants (Vol. v., p. 76.).—
    • Age of Trees (Vol. v., p. 8.).
    • Objective and Subjective (Vol. v., p. 11.).
    • Parish Registers (Vol. v., p. 36.).
    • "'Tis Tuppence now," &c. (Vol. iv., pp. 314. 372.).
    • Chatterbox (Vol. iv., p. 344.).
    • Churchill the Poet (Vol. v., p. 74.).
    • Hieroglyphics of Vagrants and Criminals (Vol. v., p. 79.).
    • Paring the Nails (Vol. iii., p. 462.).
    • Miscellaneous.
    • NOTES ON BOOKS, ETC.
    • BOOKS AND ODD VOLUMES WANTED TO PURCHASE.
    • Notices to Correspondents.
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