Notes and Queries, Number 84, June 7, 1851 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
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Notes and Queries, Number 84, June 7, 1851 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

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  • Vol. III.—No. 84. NOTES AND QUERIES: A MEDIUM OF INTER-COMMUNICATION FOR LITERARY MEN, ARTISTS, ANTIQUARIES, GENEALOGISTS, ETC.
  • CONTENTS.
  • Notes.
    • EDMUND BURKE, AND THE "ANNUAL REGISTER."
    • JEWS IN CHINA.
    • THE DUTCH MARTYROLOGY.
    • LADY FLORA HASTINGS' BEQUEST.
    • WITCHCRAFT IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.
    • INDULGENCES PROPOSED TO BENEFACTORS TO THE CHURCH OF ST. GEORGE THE MARTYR, SOUTHWARK.
    • GRAY'S PLAGIARISMS.
    • ON THE APPLICATION OF THE WORD "LITTUS" IN THE SENSE OF RIPA, THE BANK OF A RIVER.
    • Minor Notes.
      • Epigrams by Coulanges and Prior.
      • Brewhouse Antiquities.
      • Joseph of Exeter de Bello Antiocheno.
      • Illustrations of Welsh History: 1. Offer by David, Prince of Wales, to become a Vassal of the Pope.— 2. Death in the Tower of Griffith ap Llewellyn, Prince of North Wales.
    • Epigrams by Coulanges and Prior.
    • Brewhouse Antiquities.
    • Joseph of Exeter de Bello Antiocheno.
    • Illustrations of Welsh History: 1. Offer by David, Prince of Wales, to become a Vassal of the Pope.— 2. Death in the Tower of Griffith ap Llewellyn, Prince of North Wales.
  • Queries.
    • THE WINDOW-TAX, LOCAL MINTS, AND NOBBS OF NORWICH.
    • Minor Queries.
      • Gillingham.
      • "We hope, and hope, and hope."
      • What is Champak?
      • Encorah and Millicent.
      • Diogenes in his Tub.
      • Topical Memory.
      • St. Paul's Clock striking Thirteen.
      • A regular Mull—Origin of the Phrase.
      • Register-book of the Parish of Petworth.
      • Going to Old Weston.
      • "As drunk as Chloe."
      • Mark for a Dollar.
      • Stepony. (Vol. ii., p. 267.)
      • Longueville MSS.
      • Carling Sunday.
      • Lion Rampant holding a Crozier.
      • Monumental Symbolism.
      • Ptolemy's Presents to the Seventy-two.
      • Baronette. (Vol. ii., p. 194.)
      • Meaning of "Hernshaw."
      • Hogan.—
      • "Trepidation talk'd."
      • Lines on the Temple.
      • Death.
      • Was Stella Swift's Sister?
    • Gillingham.
    • "We hope, and hope, and hope."
    • What is Champak?
    • Encorah and Millicent.
    • Diogenes in his Tub.
    • Topical Memory.
    • St. Paul's Clock striking Thirteen.
    • A regular Mull—Origin of the Phrase.
    • Register-book of the Parish of Petworth.
    • Going to Old Weston.
    • "As drunk as Chloe."
    • Mark for a Dollar.
    • Stepony. (Vol. ii., p. 267.)
    • Longueville MSS.
    • Carling Sunday.
    • Lion Rampant holding a Crozier.
    • Monumental Symbolism.
    • Ptolemy's Presents to the Seventy-two.
    • Baronette. (Vol. ii., p. 194.)
    • Meaning of "Hernshaw."
    • Hogan.—
    • "Trepidation talk'd."
    • Lines on the Temple.
    • Death.
    • Was Stella Swift's Sister?
    • Minor Queries Answered.
      • John Marwoode.
      • St. Paul.
      • Meaning of Zoll-verein.
      • Crex, the White Bullace.
    • John Marwoode.
    • St. Paul.
    • Meaning of Zoll-verein.
    • Crex, the White Bullace.
  • Replies.
    • THE OUTER TEMPLE. (Vol. iii., p. 375.)
    • THE OLD LONDON BELLMAN AND HIS SONGS OR CRIES. (Vol. iii., pp. 324. 377.)
    • THE TRAVELS OF BARON MUNCHAUSEN, AND THE AUTHOR OF THE SABBATH. (Vol. iii., p. 305.)
    • THE PENN FAMILY. (Vol. iii., p. 409.)
    • ON THE WORD "PRENZIE" IN "MEASURE FOR MEASURE." (Vol. iii., p. 401.)
    • Replies to Minor Queries.
      • Countess of Pembroke's Epitaph (Vol. iii., p. 307.).
      • Court Dress (Vol. iii., p. 407.).
      • Ex Pede Herculem (Vol. iii., p. 302.).
      • The Day of the Accession of Richard III. (Vol. iii., p. 351.).
      • Tennyson's "In Memoriam" (Vol. iii., pp. 142. 227.).
      • Cardinal Azzolin (Vol. iii., pp. 370. 371.).
      • Babington's Conspiracy (Vol. iii., p. 390.).
      • Robert de Welle (Vol. ii., p. 71.).
      • Family of Sir John Banks (Vol. iii., p. 390.).
      • Charles Lamb's Epitaph (Vol. iii., p. 322.).
      • Quebeça and his Epitaph (Vol. iii., p. 223.).
      • The Frozen Horn (Vol. iii., p. 282.).
      • West Chester (Vol. iii., p. 353.).
      • Registry of Dissenters (Vol. iii., p. 370.).
      • Poem on the Grave (Vol. iii., p. 372.).
      • Round Robin (Vol. iii., p. 353.).
      • Derivation of the Word "Yankee" (Vol. iii., p. 260.).
      • Letters on the British Museum (Vol. iii., pp. 208. 261.).
      • Names of the Ferret (Vol. iii., p. 390.).
      • Anonymous Ravennas (Vol. i., p. 124.).
      • The Lion, a Symbol of the Resurrection (Vol. i., pp. 385. 472.).
      • Paring the Nails, &c. (Vol. ii., p. 511.; Vol. iii., p. 55.).
      • Meaning of Gig-Hill (Vol. iii., pp. 222. 283.).
      • The Mistletoe on the Oak (Vol. ii., pp. 163. 214.; Vol. iii., pp. 192.226.).
      • Spelling of "Britannicus" (Vol. iii., p. 275.).
      • T. Gilbert on Clandestine Marriages (Vol. iii., p. 167.).
      • Dog's Head in the Pot (Vol. iii., p. 264.).
      • Pope Joan (Vol. iii., p. 265.).
      • "Nettle in dock out" (Vol. iii., p. 205.).
      • Mind your P's and Q's (Vol. iii., pp. 328. 357.).
      • "Lay of the Last Minstrel" (Vol. iii., p. 367.).
      • Tingry (Vol. ii., p. 477.).
      • Sabbatical and Jubilee Years of the Jews (Vol. iii., p. 373.).
      • Luncheon (Vol. iii., p. 369.).
      • Prophecy respecting the Discovery of America (Vol. i., p. 107.).
      • Shakspeare's Designation of Cleopatra (Vol. iii., p. 273.).
      • Harlequins (Vol. iii., p. 287.).
      • Christ's-cross Row (Vol. iii., p. 330.).
      • Meaning of "Waste-book" (Vol. iii., pp. 118. 195. 251. 307.).
      • Sallust (Vol. iii., p. 325.).
      • Hand-bells at Funerals (Vol. ii., p. 478.).
      • "Laus tua non tua Fraus," &c. (Vol. i., p. 416.; Vol. ii., p. 77.;Vol. iii., p. 290.).
      • Francis Moore (Vol. iii., pp. 263. 381.).
      • National Debts (Vol. iii., p. 374.).
      • Law Courts at St. Alban's (Vol. i., p. 366.).
      • The Fifteen O's (Vol. iii., p. 391.).
      • Bunyan and the Visions of Heaven and Hell (Vol. iii., p. 89.).
      • Mazer Wood (Vol. iii., pp. 239. 288.).
      • Robertii Sphæria (Vol. iii., p. 398.).
      • Count Xavier de Maistre (Vol. iii., p. 227.).
      • Amicus Plato (Vol. iii., p. 389.).
      • The Coptic Language (Vol. ii., pp. 376. 499.).
      • Benedicite (Vol. ii., p. 463.).
      • Porci solidi-pedes (Vol. iii., pp. 263. 357.).
      • The Cart before the Horse (Vol. i., p. 348.).
      • Dies Iræ (Vol. ii., p. 72.).
      • Apple-pie Order (Vol. iii., p. 330.).
      • The Image of both Churches (Vol. iii., p. 407.).
      • School of the Heart (Vol. iii., p. 390.).
      • Meaning of Mosaic (Vol. iii., p. 389.).
      • The Tradescants (Vol. iii, pp. 119. 286. 353. 391.).
      • St. John's Bridge Fair (Vol. iii., pp. 88. 287. 341.).
      • A Tye (Vol. iii., p. 263.)
      • Vineyard (Vol. ii., pp. 392. 414. 446. 522.).
      • Legend represented in Frettenham Church (Vol. iii, p. 407.).
      • Family of Rowe (Vol. iii., p. 408.).
    • Countess of Pembroke's Epitaph (Vol. iii., p. 307.).
    • Court Dress (Vol. iii., p. 407.).
    • Ex Pede Herculem (Vol. iii., p. 302.).
    • The Day of the Accession of Richard III. (Vol. iii., p. 351.).
    • Tennyson's "In Memoriam" (Vol. iii., pp. 142. 227.).
    • Cardinal Azzolin (Vol. iii., pp. 370. 371.).
    • Babington's Conspiracy (Vol. iii., p. 390.).
    • Robert de Welle (Vol. ii., p. 71.).
    • Family of Sir John Banks (Vol. iii., p. 390.).
    • Charles Lamb's Epitaph (Vol. iii., p. 322.).
    • Quebeça and his Epitaph (Vol. iii., p. 223.).
    • The Frozen Horn (Vol. iii., p. 282.).
    • West Chester (Vol. iii., p. 353.).
    • Registry of Dissenters (Vol. iii., p. 370.).
    • Poem on the Grave (Vol. iii., p. 372.).
    • Round Robin (Vol. iii., p. 353.).
    • Derivation of the Word "Yankee" (Vol. iii., p. 260.).
    • Letters on the British Museum (Vol. iii., pp. 208. 261.).
    • Names of the Ferret (Vol. iii., p. 390.).
    • Anonymous Ravennas (Vol. i., p. 124.).
    • The Lion, a Symbol of the Resurrection (Vol. i., pp. 385. 472.).
    • Paring the Nails, &c. (Vol. ii., p. 511.; Vol. iii., p. 55.).
    • Meaning of Gig-Hill (Vol. iii., pp. 222. 283.).
    • The Mistletoe on the Oak (Vol. ii., pp. 163. 214.; Vol. iii., pp. 192.226.).
    • Spelling of "Britannicus" (Vol. iii., p. 275.).
    • T. Gilbert on Clandestine Marriages (Vol. iii., p. 167.).
    • Dog's Head in the Pot (Vol. iii., p. 264.).
    • Pope Joan (Vol. iii., p. 265.).
    • "Nettle in dock out" (Vol. iii., p. 205.).
    • Mind your P's and Q's (Vol. iii., pp. 328. 357.).
    • "Lay of the Last Minstrel" (Vol. iii., p. 367.).
    • Tingry (Vol. ii., p. 477.).
    • Sabbatical and Jubilee Years of the Jews (Vol. iii., p. 373.).
    • Luncheon (Vol. iii., p. 369.).
    • Prophecy respecting the Discovery of America (Vol. i., p. 107.).
    • Shakspeare's Designation of Cleopatra (Vol. iii., p. 273.).
    • Harlequins (Vol. iii., p. 287.).
    • Christ's-cross Row (Vol. iii., p. 330.).
    • Meaning of "Waste-book" (Vol. iii., pp. 118. 195. 251. 307.).
    • Sallust (Vol. iii., p. 325.).
    • Hand-bells at Funerals (Vol. ii., p. 478.).
    • "Laus tua non tua Fraus," &c. (Vol. i., p. 416.; Vol. ii., p. 77.;Vol. iii., p. 290.).
    • Francis Moore (Vol. iii., pp. 263. 381.).
    • National Debts (Vol. iii., p. 374.).
    • Law Courts at St. Alban's (Vol. i., p. 366.).
    • The Fifteen O's (Vol. iii., p. 391.).
    • Bunyan and the Visions of Heaven and Hell (Vol. iii., p. 89.).
    • Mazer Wood (Vol. iii., pp. 239. 288.).
    • Robertii Sphæria (Vol. iii., p. 398.).
    • Count Xavier de Maistre (Vol. iii., p. 227.).
    • Amicus Plato (Vol. iii., p. 389.).
    • The Coptic Language (Vol. ii., pp. 376. 499.).
    • Benedicite (Vol. ii., p. 463.).
    • Porci solidi-pedes (Vol. iii., pp. 263. 357.).
    • The Cart before the Horse (Vol. i., p. 348.).
    • Dies Iræ (Vol. ii., p. 72.).
    • Apple-pie Order (Vol. iii., p. 330.).
    • The Image of both Churches (Vol. iii., p. 407.).
    • School of the Heart (Vol. iii., p. 390.).
    • Meaning of Mosaic (Vol. iii., p. 389.).
    • The Tradescants (Vol. iii, pp. 119. 286. 353. 391.).
    • St. John's Bridge Fair (Vol. iii., pp. 88. 287. 341.).
    • A Tye (Vol. iii., p. 263.)
    • Vineyard (Vol. ii., pp. 392. 414. 446. 522.).
    • Legend represented in Frettenham Church (Vol. iii, p. 407.).
    • Family of Rowe (Vol. iii., p. 408.).
  • Miscellaneous.
    • NOTES ON BOOKS, SALES, CATALOGUES, ETC.
    • BOOKS AND ODD VOLUMES WANTED TO PURCHASE.
    • Notices to Correspondents.
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