Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 134, May 22, 1852 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
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Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 134, May 22, 1852 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

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  • Vol. V.—No. 134. NOTES AND QUERIES: A MEDIUM OF INTER-COMMUNICATION FOR LITERARY MEN, ARTISTS, ANTIQUARIES, GENEALOGISTS, ETC.
  • CONTENTS.
  • Notes.
    • A FEW THINGS ABOUT RICHARD BAXTER.
    • LATIN SONG BY ANDREW BOORDE.
    • SHAKSPEARE NOTES.
      • "Her mother was her painting."
    • "Her mother was her painting."
    • PUBLICATIONS OF THE STUTTGART SOCIETY.
    • MANUSCRIPT SHAKSPEARE EMENDATIONS.
    • THE GRAVE-STONE OF JOE MILLER.
    • FOLK LORE.
      • Swearing on a Skull.
      • New Moon.
      • Rust.
    • Swearing on a Skull.
    • New Moon.
    • Rust.
    • Minor Notes.
      • Epitaph at Low Moor.
      • Sir Thomas Overbury's Epitaph.
      • Bibliotheca Literaria.
      • Inscription at Dundrah Castle.
      • Derivation of Charing.
    • Epitaph at Low Moor.
    • Sir Thomas Overbury's Epitaph.
    • Bibliotheca Literaria.
    • Inscription at Dundrah Castle.
    • Derivation of Charing.
  • Queries.
    • POEM BY NICHOLAS BRETON.
    • THE VIRTUOSI, OR ST. LUKE'S CLUB.
    • THE RABBIT AS A SYMBOL.
    • IS WYLD'S GREAT GLOBE A PLAGIARISM FROM MOLENAX? (Vol. v., p. 467.)
    • Minor Queries.
      • Poem on the Burning of the Houses of Parliament.
      • Newton's Library.
      • Meaning of Royd.
      • The Cromwell Family.
      • Sir John Darnell, Knt.
      • Royal "We."
      • Gondomar.
      • Wallington's Journal.
      • Epistola Luciferi, &c.
      • Cambrian Literature.
      • "VCRIMDR" on Coins of Vabalathus (Vol. v., p. 148.).
      • Lines on Woman.—
      • Penkenol.
      • Fairfax Family Mansion.
      • Postman and Tubman in the Court of Exchequer.
      • Second Exhumation of King Arthur's Remains.
      • Stukeley the Antiquary, and Boston.
      • Letters of Arthur Lord Balmerino.
      • Portrait of Thomas Percy, Earl of Northumberland.
      • Newtonian System.
      • Antiquity of Vanes.
      • Richard of Cirencester de Situ Britanniæ.
      • Spanish Vessels wrecked on the Irish Coast.
      • Analysis of Newton's Principia.
    • Poem on the Burning of the Houses of Parliament.
    • Newton's Library.
    • Meaning of Royd.
    • The Cromwell Family.
    • Sir John Darnell, Knt.
    • Royal "We."
    • Gondomar.
    • Wallington's Journal.
    • Epistola Luciferi, &c.
    • Cambrian Literature.
    • "VCRIMDR" on Coins of Vabalathus (Vol. v., p. 148.).
    • Lines on Woman.—
    • Penkenol.
    • Fairfax Family Mansion.
    • Postman and Tubman in the Court of Exchequer.
    • Second Exhumation of King Arthur's Remains.
    • Stukeley the Antiquary, and Boston.
    • Letters of Arthur Lord Balmerino.
    • Portrait of Thomas Percy, Earl of Northumberland.
    • Newtonian System.
    • Antiquity of Vanes.
    • Richard of Cirencester de Situ Britanniæ.
    • Spanish Vessels wrecked on the Irish Coast.
    • Analysis of Newton's Principia.
    • Minor Queries Answered.
      • Welsh Women's Hats.
      • Pancakes on Shrove Tuesday.
      • Shakspeare, Tennyson, and Claudian.—
    • Welsh Women's Hats.
    • Pancakes on Shrove Tuesday.
    • Shakspeare, Tennyson, and Claudian.—
  • Replies.
    • THE RING FINGER. (Vol. v., pp. 114. 371.)
    • THE MORAVIAN HYMNS. (Vol. v., pp. 30. 474.)
    • CAGOTS. (Vol. iv., p. 190.)
    • SHERIFFS AND LORDS LIEUTENANT. (Vol. v., p. 394.)
    • ST. CHRISTOPHER. (Vol. v., pp. 295. 334. 372.)
    • GENERAL PARDONS—SIR JOHN TRENCHARD. (Vol. iii., p. 279.)
    • Replies to Minor Queries.
      • Dayesman (Vol. i., p. 189.).
      • Bull; Dun (Vol. ii., p. 143.).
      • Algernon Sidney (Vol. v., p. 447.).
      • Age of Trees (Vol. iv., pp. 401. 488.).
      • Emaciated Monumental Effigies (Vol. v., p. 427.).
      • Bee Park (Vol. v., p. 322.).
      • Sally Lunn (Vol. v., p. 371.).
      • Baxter's Pulpit (Vol. v., p. 363.).
      • Lothian's Scottish Historical Maps (Vol. v., p. 371.).
      • British Ambassadors (Vol. iv., pp. 442. 477.).
      • Knollys Family (Vol. v., p. 397.).
      • 'Prentice Pillars—'Prentice Windows (Vol. v., p. 395.).
      • St. Bartholomew (Vol. v., p. 129.).
      • Sun-dial Inscription (Vol. v., p. 79.).
      • History of Faction (Vol. v., p. 225.).
      • Barnacles (Vol. v., p. 13.).
      • Family Likenesses (Vol. v., p. 7.).
      • Merchant Adventurers to Spain (Vol. v., p. 276.).
      • Exeter Controversy (Vol. v., p. 126.).
      • Corrupted Names of Places (Vol. v., p. 375.).
      • Poison (Vol. v., p. 394.).
      • Vikingr Skotar (Vol. v., p. 394.).
      • Rhymes on Places (Vol. v., pp. 293. 374.).
      • "We three" (Vol. v., p. 338.).
      • Burning Fern brings Rain (Vol. v., p. 242.).
      • Plague Stones (Vol. v., pp. 226. 374.).
      • Sneezing (Vol. v., p. 364.).
      • Abbot of Croyland's Motto (Vol. v., p. 395.).
      • Derivation of the Word "Azores" (Vol. v., p. 439.).
      • Scologlandis and Scologi (Vol. v., p. 416.).
    • Dayesman (Vol. i., p. 189.).
    • Bull; Dun (Vol. ii., p. 143.).
    • Algernon Sidney (Vol. v., p. 447.).
    • Age of Trees (Vol. iv., pp. 401. 488.).
    • Emaciated Monumental Effigies (Vol. v., p. 427.).
    • Bee Park (Vol. v., p. 322.).
    • Sally Lunn (Vol. v., p. 371.).
    • Baxter's Pulpit (Vol. v., p. 363.).
    • Lothian's Scottish Historical Maps (Vol. v., p. 371.).
    • British Ambassadors (Vol. iv., pp. 442. 477.).
    • Knollys Family (Vol. v., p. 397.).
    • 'Prentice Pillars—'Prentice Windows (Vol. v., p. 395.).
    • St. Bartholomew (Vol. v., p. 129.).
    • Sun-dial Inscription (Vol. v., p. 79.).
    • History of Faction (Vol. v., p. 225.).
    • Barnacles (Vol. v., p. 13.).
    • Family Likenesses (Vol. v., p. 7.).
    • Merchant Adventurers to Spain (Vol. v., p. 276.).
    • Exeter Controversy (Vol. v., p. 126.).
    • Corrupted Names of Places (Vol. v., p. 375.).
    • Poison (Vol. v., p. 394.).
    • Vikingr Skotar (Vol. v., p. 394.).
    • Rhymes on Places (Vol. v., pp. 293. 374.).
    • "We three" (Vol. v., p. 338.).
    • Burning Fern brings Rain (Vol. v., p. 242.).
    • Plague Stones (Vol. v., pp. 226. 374.).
    • Sneezing (Vol. v., p. 364.).
    • Abbot of Croyland's Motto (Vol. v., p. 395.).
    • Derivation of the Word "Azores" (Vol. v., p. 439.).
    • Scologlandis and Scologi (Vol. v., p. 416.).
  • Miscellaneous.
    • NOTES ON BOOKS, ETC.
    • BOOKS AND ODD VOLUMES WANTED TO PURCHASE.
    • Notices to Correspondents.
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