Notes and Queries, Vol. IV, Number 104, October 25, 1851 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
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Notes and Queries, Vol. IV, Number 104, October 25, 1851 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

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  • Vol. IV.—No. 104. NOTES AND QUERIES: A MEDIUM OF INTER-COMMUNICATION FOR LITERARY MEN, ARTISTS, ANTIQUARIES, GENEALOGISTS, ETC.
  • CONTENTS.
  • Notes.
    • THE OLD COUNTESS OF DESMOND, NO. 1.
    • PANSLAVIC SKETCHES.
    • THE LORD'S PRAYER.
      • Old Prussian.
      • Lithuanian.
      • Letton (Lettish.)
    • Old Prussian.
    • Lithuanian.
    • Letton (Lettish.)
    • MONUMENTAL BUST OF SHAKSPEARE.
    • NOTES ON PASSAGES IN VIRGIL.
    • FOLK LORE.
      • Superstitions respecting Bees.
      • Bees invited to Funerals.—North Side of Churchyards.
      • Ashton Faggot: A Devonshire Custom.
      • Offerings to the Apple-trees: Devonshire Superstition.
    • Superstitions respecting Bees.
    • Bees invited to Funerals.—North Side of Churchyards.
    • Ashton Faggot: A Devonshire Custom.
    • Offerings to the Apple-trees: Devonshire Superstition.
    • POETICAL IMITATION.
    • A GLOUCESTER DITTY. (From an Old Broadside without date.)
    • GEORGE RIDLER'S OVEN. (From a Broadside.)
    • THE CAXTON COFFER.
    • Minor Notes.
      • Note on the Duration of Reigns.
      • Cock and Bull Story.
      • "Multa renascentur," &c.
      • Corruptions recognised as acknowledged Words.
    • Note on the Duration of Reigns.
    • Cock and Bull Story.
    • "Multa renascentur," &c.
    • Corruptions recognised as acknowledged Words.
  • Queries.
    • MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS AND BOTHWELL'S CONFESSION.
    • Minor Queries.
      • 229. "'Tis Twopence now," &c.
      • 230. Scythians blind their Slaves.
      • 231. The "Gododin."
      • 232. Frontispiece to Hobbes's Leviathan.
      • 233. Broad Arrow or Arrow Head.
      • 234. Deep Well near Bansted Downs.
      • 235. Upton Court.
      • 236. Derivation of Prog.
      • 237. Metrical History of England.
      • 238. Finger Pillories in Churches.
      • 239. Stallenge Queries.
      • 240. Ancient MS. History of Scotland.
      • 241. Pharetram de Tutesbit.
      • 242. Inundation at Deptford.
      • 243. Butler's Sermons.
      • 244. Coleridge's Christabel.
      • 245. Epigram ascribed to Mary Queen of Scots.
    • 229. "'Tis Twopence now," &c.
    • 230. Scythians blind their Slaves.
    • 231. The "Gododin."
    • 232. Frontispiece to Hobbes's Leviathan.
    • 233. Broad Arrow or Arrow Head.
    • 234. Deep Well near Bansted Downs.
    • 235. Upton Court.
    • 236. Derivation of Prog.
    • 237. Metrical History of England.
    • 238. Finger Pillories in Churches.
    • 239. Stallenge Queries.
    • 240. Ancient MS. History of Scotland.
    • 241. Pharetram de Tutesbit.
    • 242. Inundation at Deptford.
    • 243. Butler's Sermons.
    • 244. Coleridge's Christabel.
    • 245. Epigram ascribed to Mary Queen of Scots.
    • Minor Queries Answered.
      • Meaning of Farlieu.
      • "History of Anglesey."
      • The Word "Rile."
    • Meaning of Farlieu.
    • "History of Anglesey."
    • The Word "Rile."
  • Replies.
    • WINCHESTER EXECUTION. (Vol. iv., pp. 191. 243. 284.)
    • COCKNEY. (Vol. iv., p. 237.)
    • SIR EDMUND PLOWDEN OR PLOYDEN. (Vol. iv., p. 58.)
    • GENERAL JAMES WOLFE. (Vol. iv., p. 271.)
    • STANZAS IN CHILDE HAROLD. (Vol. iv., pp. 223. 285.)
    • Replies to Minor Queries.
      • MS. Note in a Copy of Liber Sententiarum (Vol. iv., pp. 188. 282.).
      • Naturalis proles (Vol. iv., p. 161.).
      • Print cleaning (Vol. iv., p. 175.).
      • Story referred to by Jeremy Taylor (Vol. iv., pp. 208. 262.).
      • Anagrams (Vol. iv., pp. 226. 297.).
      • Battle of Brunanburgh (Vol. iv., p. 249.).
      • Praed's Works (Vol. iv., p. 256.).
      • Sir J. Davies (Vol. iv., p. 256.).
      • Coins of Constantius Gallus (Vol. iv., p. 238.).
      • Passage in Sedley (Vol. iii., p. 476.).—
      • Buxtorf's Translation of Elias Levita's "Tub Taam" (Vol. iv., p. 272.).
      • Stonehenge (Vol. iv., p. 57.).
      • Glass in Windows formerly not a Fixture (Vol. iv., p. 99.).
      • Fortune, infortune, fort une (Vol. iv., pp. 57. 142.).
      • Matthew Paris's "Historia Minor" (Vol. iv., p. 209.).
      • Sanford's "Descensus" (Vol. iv., p. 232.).
      • Death of Pitt (Vol. iv., p. 232.).
      • History of Hawick (Vol iv., p. 233.).
      • "Prophecies of Nostradamus" (Vol. iv., pp. 86. 140. 258.).
      • Bourchier Family (Vol. iv., p. 233.).
      • William III. at Exeter (Vol. iv., p. 233.).
      • Passage in George Herbert (Vol. iv., p. 231.).
      • Suicides buried in Cross Roads (Vol. iv., pp. 116. 212.).
      • Armorial Bearings (Vol. iv., p. 58.).
      • "Life of Cromwell" (Vol. iv., p. 117.).
      • Harris, Painter in Water Colours (Vol. iii., p. 329.).
      • "Son of the Morning" (Vol. iv., p. 209.).
      • Grimsdyke or Grimesditch (Vol. iv., p. 192.).
      • Cagots (Vol. iv., p. 190.).
      • The Serpent represented with a human Head (Vol. iv., p. 191.).
      • Fire Unknown (Vol. iv., pp. 209. 283.).
      • Plant in Texas (Vol. iv., p. 208.).
      • Copying Inscriptions (Vol. iv., p. 266.).
      • Chantrey's Statue of Mrs. Jordan (Vol. iv., p. 58.).
      • Portraits of Burke (Vol. iv., p. 271.).
      • Martial's Distribution of Hours (Vol. iv., p. 273.).
    • MS. Note in a Copy of Liber Sententiarum (Vol. iv., pp. 188. 282.).
    • Naturalis proles (Vol. iv., p. 161.).
    • Print cleaning (Vol. iv., p. 175.).
    • Story referred to by Jeremy Taylor (Vol. iv., pp. 208. 262.).
    • Anagrams (Vol. iv., pp. 226. 297.).
    • Battle of Brunanburgh (Vol. iv., p. 249.).
    • Praed's Works (Vol. iv., p. 256.).
    • Sir J. Davies (Vol. iv., p. 256.).
    • Coins of Constantius Gallus (Vol. iv., p. 238.).
    • Passage in Sedley (Vol. iii., p. 476.).—
    • Buxtorf's Translation of Elias Levita's "Tub Taam" (Vol. iv., p. 272.).
    • Stonehenge (Vol. iv., p. 57.).
    • Glass in Windows formerly not a Fixture (Vol. iv., p. 99.).
    • Fortune, infortune, fort une (Vol. iv., pp. 57. 142.).
    • Matthew Paris's "Historia Minor" (Vol. iv., p. 209.).
    • Sanford's "Descensus" (Vol. iv., p. 232.).
    • Death of Pitt (Vol. iv., p. 232.).
    • History of Hawick (Vol iv., p. 233.).
    • "Prophecies of Nostradamus" (Vol. iv., pp. 86. 140. 258.).
    • Bourchier Family (Vol. iv., p. 233.).
    • William III. at Exeter (Vol. iv., p. 233.).
    • Passage in George Herbert (Vol. iv., p. 231.).
    • Suicides buried in Cross Roads (Vol. iv., pp. 116. 212.).
    • Armorial Bearings (Vol. iv., p. 58.).
    • "Life of Cromwell" (Vol. iv., p. 117.).
    • Harris, Painter in Water Colours (Vol. iii., p. 329.).
    • "Son of the Morning" (Vol. iv., p. 209.).
    • Grimsdyke or Grimesditch (Vol. iv., p. 192.).
    • Cagots (Vol. iv., p. 190.).
    • The Serpent represented with a human Head (Vol. iv., p. 191.).
    • Fire Unknown (Vol. iv., pp. 209. 283.).
    • Plant in Texas (Vol. iv., p. 208.).
    • Copying Inscriptions (Vol. iv., p. 266.).
    • Chantrey's Statue of Mrs. Jordan (Vol. iv., p. 58.).
    • Portraits of Burke (Vol. iv., p. 271.).
    • Martial's Distribution of Hours (Vol. iv., p. 273.).
  • Miscellaneous.
    • NOTES ON BOOKS, SALES, CATALOGUES, ETC.
    • BOOKS AND ODD VOLUMES WANTED TO PURCHASE.
    • Notices to Correspondents.
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