Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 133, May 15, 1852 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
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Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 133, May 15, 1852 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

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  • Vol. V.—No. 133. NOTES AND QUERIES: A MEDIUM OF INTER-COMMUNICATION FOR LITERARY MEN, ARTISTS, ANTIQUARIES, GENEALOGISTS, ETC.
  • CONTENTS.
  • Notes.
    • LORD KING, THE SCLATERS, DR. KELLET, ETC.
    • PASSAGE FROM DOVER TO CALAIS.
    • POPULAR STORIES OF THE ENGLISH PEASANTRY, NO. II. (Continued from p. 363.)
    • NO. III.
    • GOLDSMITH'S HISTORY OF MECKLENBURGH.
    • FOLK LORE.
      • Eagles' Feathers.
      • East Wind on Candlemas Day.
      • Placing Snuff on a Corpse.
    • Eagles' Feathers.
    • East Wind on Candlemas Day.
    • Placing Snuff on a Corpse.
    • ON A PASSAGE IN KING HENRY IV., PART I. ACT V. SC. 2.
    • Minor Notes.
      • "Thirty days hath September."
      • "When found, make a Note of."
      • The Dodo, existing Specimen of.
      • A Proof that a Man can be his own Grandfather!
      • Memoria Technica
      • Portrait of George Fox.
      • Lines on Crawfurd of Kilbirnie.
    • "Thirty days hath September."
    • "When found, make a Note of."
    • The Dodo, existing Specimen of.
    • A Proof that a Man can be his own Grandfather!
    • Memoria Technica
    • Portrait of George Fox.
    • Lines on Crawfurd of Kilbirnie.
  • Queries.
    • WHERE WAS ANNE BOLEYN BURIED?
    • TORTOISESHELL TOM CATS.
    • Minor Queries.
      • Oasis.
      • Ballad on Shakspeare.
      • Dr. Toby Matthew.
      • Hart and Mohun.
      • Burial without Religious Service.
      • Ganganelli's Bible.
      • Wherland Family.
      • Flemish Proverb quoted by Chaucer.
      • Derivation of the Word "Callis," an Almshouse.
      • Nashe's "Terrors of the Night," 4to. 1594.
      • Did Orientals ever wear Spurs?
      • Badges of Noblemen in the Fifteenth Century.
      • Sir Roger de Coverley.
      • Lines on Elizabeth.
      • Twyford.
      • Irish Titles of Honour: The Knight of Kerry; The O'Conor Don; The O'Gorman Mahon.
      • Sir Hobbard de Hoy.
      • The Moon and her Influences.
      • St. Ulrich's, Augsburg.
      • The late Mr. Miller of Craigentinny.
      • Whipping Boys.
      • Edwards of Essex.
    • Oasis.
    • Ballad on Shakspeare.
    • Dr. Toby Matthew.
    • Hart and Mohun.
    • Burial without Religious Service.
    • Ganganelli's Bible.
    • Wherland Family.
    • Flemish Proverb quoted by Chaucer.
    • Derivation of the Word "Callis," an Almshouse.
    • Nashe's "Terrors of the Night," 4to. 1594.
    • Did Orientals ever wear Spurs?
    • Badges of Noblemen in the Fifteenth Century.
    • Sir Roger de Coverley.
    • Lines on Elizabeth.
    • Twyford.
    • Irish Titles of Honour: The Knight of Kerry; The O'Conor Don; The O'Gorman Mahon.
    • Sir Hobbard de Hoy.
    • The Moon and her Influences.
    • St. Ulrich's, Augsburg.
    • The late Mr. Miller of Craigentinny.
    • Whipping Boys.
    • Edwards of Essex.
    • Minor Queries Answered.
      • Polynesian Languages.
      • Arms of Thompson.
      • The Silent Woman.
      • Review of Hewett's Memoirs of Rustat.
      • Robert Recorde.
      • Strange Opinions of great Divines.
      • Inquisitiones Post Mortem.
      • Derivation of Carmarthen.
      • "Mediæval and Middle Ages."
      • Garlands hung up in Churches.
    • Polynesian Languages.
    • Arms of Thompson.
    • The Silent Woman.
    • Review of Hewett's Memoirs of Rustat.
    • Robert Recorde.
    • Strange Opinions of great Divines.
    • Inquisitiones Post Mortem.
    • Derivation of Carmarthen.
    • "Mediæval and Middle Ages."
    • Garlands hung up in Churches.
  • Replies.
    • ANCIENT TIMBER TOWN-HALLS. (Vol. v., pp. 257. 295.)
    • OLD SIR RALPH VERNON. (Vol. v., p. 389.)
    • OLD TREES.—FAIRLOP OAK. (Vol. v., p. 114.)
    • TAYLOR FAMILY. (Vol. v., p. 370.)
    • Replies to Minor Queries.
      • Portrait of Mesmer (Vol. v., p. 418.).
      • Sleeveless (Vol. i., p. 439.).
      • Barbarian (Vol. ii., p. 78.).
      • "O wearisome condition" (Vol. iii., p. 241.).
      • The Meaning of "to be a Deacon" (Vol. v., p. 228.).
      • Dr. Richard Morton.
      • Moravian Hymns (Vol. iv., pp. 30. 502.; Vol. v., pp. 113. 129.).
      • Junius Rumours (Vol. v., pp. 125. 159.).
      • Wyned (Vol. v., p. 321.).
      • The Tradescants (Vol. iii., pp. 119. 286. 391. 393. 469.; Vol. v., pp. 266. 367. 385.).
      • Movable Organs and Pulpits (Vol. v., p. 345.).
      • Scologlandis and Scologi (Vol. v., p. 416.).
      • St. Botolph (Vol. v., p. 396.).
      • Which are the Shadows? (Vol. v., p. 281.).
      • Nightingale and Thorn (Vol. iv., pp. 175. 242.; Vol. v., pp. 39. 305.).
      • Groom of the Stole (Vol. v., p. 347.).
      • The De Clares (Vol. v., p. 261.).
      • Book of Jasher (Vol. v., p. 415.).
      • Chantrey's Sleeping Children (Vol. v., p. 428.).
      • Daniel De Foe (Vol. v., p. 392.).
      • Howard's Conquest of China (Vol. v., p. 225.).
      • Buro, Berto, Beriora (Vol. v., p. 395.).
      • Where was Cromwell buried? (Vol. v., p. 396.).
      • Glass-making in England (Vol. v., pp. 322. 382.).
      • The Surname Devil (Vol. v., p. 370.).
    • Portrait of Mesmer (Vol. v., p. 418.).
    • Sleeveless (Vol. i., p. 439.).
    • Barbarian (Vol. ii., p. 78.).
    • "O wearisome condition" (Vol. iii., p. 241.).
    • The Meaning of "to be a Deacon" (Vol. v., p. 228.).
    • Dr. Richard Morton.
    • Moravian Hymns (Vol. iv., pp. 30. 502.; Vol. v., pp. 113. 129.).
    • Junius Rumours (Vol. v., pp. 125. 159.).
    • Wyned (Vol. v., p. 321.).
    • The Tradescants (Vol. iii., pp. 119. 286. 391. 393. 469.; Vol. v., pp. 266. 367. 385.).
    • Movable Organs and Pulpits (Vol. v., p. 345.).
    • Scologlandis and Scologi (Vol. v., p. 416.).
    • St. Botolph (Vol. v., p. 396.).
    • Which are the Shadows? (Vol. v., p. 281.).
    • Nightingale and Thorn (Vol. iv., pp. 175. 242.; Vol. v., pp. 39. 305.).
    • Groom of the Stole (Vol. v., p. 347.).
    • The De Clares (Vol. v., p. 261.).
    • Book of Jasher (Vol. v., p. 415.).
    • Chantrey's Sleeping Children (Vol. v., p. 428.).
    • Daniel De Foe (Vol. v., p. 392.).
    • Howard's Conquest of China (Vol. v., p. 225.).
    • Buro, Berto, Beriora (Vol. v., p. 395.).
    • Where was Cromwell buried? (Vol. v., p. 396.).
    • Glass-making in England (Vol. v., pp. 322. 382.).
    • The Surname Devil (Vol. v., p. 370.).
  • Miscellaneous.
    • NOTES ON BOOKS, ETC.
    • BOOKS AND ODD VOLUMES WANTED TO PURCHASE.
    • Notices to Correspondents.
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