Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 120, February 14, 1852 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
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Notes and Queries, Vol. V, Number 120, February 14, 1852 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

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  • Vol. V.—No. 120. NOTES AND QUERIES: A MEDIUM OF INTER-COMMUNICATION FOR LITERARY MEN, ARTISTS, ANTIQUARIES, GENEALOGISTS, ETC.
  • CONTENTS.
  • Notes.
    • THE OLD COUNTESS OF DESMOND. (Continued from Vol. iv., p. 426.)
    • THE IMPERIAL EAGLE OF FRANCE.
    • FOLK LORE.
      • Valentine's Day (Vol. v., p. 55.).
      • Nottingham Hornblowing.
      • Bee Superstitions—Blessing Apple-trees—"A Neck! a Neck!"
      • Hooping Cough.
    • Valentine's Day (Vol. v., p. 55.).
    • Nottingham Hornblowing.
    • Bee Superstitions—Blessing Apple-trees—"A Neck! a Neck!"
    • Hooping Cough.
    • NOTE ON THE COINS OF VABALATHUS. (Vol. iv., pp. 255. 427. 491.)
    • THE AGNOMEN OF "BROTHER JONATHAN," OF MASONIC ORIGIN.
    • Minor Notes.
      • Hippopotamus, Behemoth.
      • Curious Inscription (Vol. iv., pp. 88. 182.).
      • Coins of Edward III. struck at Antwerp in 1337.
    • Hippopotamus, Behemoth.
    • Curious Inscription (Vol. iv., pp. 88. 182.).
    • Coins of Edward III. struck at Antwerp in 1337.
  • Queries.
    • IS THE WALRUS FOUND IN THE BALTIC?
    • ENGLISH FREE TOWNS.
    • Minor Queries.
      • Bishop Hall's Resolutions.
      • Mother Huff and Mother Damnable.
      • Sir Samuel Garth.
      • German's Lips.
      • Richard Leveridge.
      • Thomas Durfey.
      • Audley Family.
      • Ink.
      • Mistletoe excluded from Churches.
      • Blind taught to read.
      • Hyrne, Meaning of.
      • The fairest Attendant of the Scottish Queen.
      • "Soud, soud, soud, soud!"
      • Key Experiments.
      • Shield of Hercules.
      • "Sum Liber, et non sum," &c.—
    • Bishop Hall's Resolutions.
    • Mother Huff and Mother Damnable.
    • Sir Samuel Garth.
    • German's Lips.
    • Richard Leveridge.
    • Thomas Durfey.
    • Audley Family.
    • Ink.
    • Mistletoe excluded from Churches.
    • Blind taught to read.
    • Hyrne, Meaning of.
    • The fairest Attendant of the Scottish Queen.
    • "Soud, soud, soud, soud!"
    • Key Experiments.
    • Shield of Hercules.
    • "Sum Liber, et non sum," &c.—
    • Minor Queries Answered.
      • Whipping a Husband—Hudibras.
      • Aldus.
      • "The last links are broken."
      • Under Weigh or Way.
      • The Pope's Eye.
      • "History is Philosophy," &c.
    • Whipping a Husband—Hudibras.
    • Aldus.
    • "The last links are broken."
    • Under Weigh or Way.
    • The Pope's Eye.
    • "History is Philosophy," &c.
  • Replies.
    • COVERDALE'S BIBLE. (Vol. v., pp. 59., 109.)
    • "AS STARS WITH TRAINS OF FIRE," ETC. (Vol. v., p. 75.)
    • DIALS, DIAL MOTTOES, ETC. (Vol. iv., p. 471., &c.)
    • CAN BISHOPS VACATE THEIR SEES? (Vol. iv., p. 293.)
    • CHARACTER OF A TRUE CHURCHMAN. (Vol. v., p. 105.)
    • WEARING GLOVES IN PRESENCE OF ROYALTY. (Vol. i., p. 366.; Vol. ii., pp. 165. 467.; Vol. v., p. 102.).
    • GOSPEL OAKS. (Vol. ii., p. 407.)
    • THE PENDULUM DEMONSTRATION. (Vol. v., p. 84.)
    • EXPURGATED QUAKER BIBLE. (Vol. iv., pp. 87. 412.; Vol. v., p. 44.)
    • JUNIUS RUMOURS. (Vol. v., p. 125.)
    • WADY MOKATTEB NOT MENTIONED IN NUM. XI. 26. (Vol. iv., p. 481.; Vol. v., pp. 31., 87.)
    • Replies to Minor Queries.
      • Rotten Row.
      • "Preached from a Pulpit rather than a Tub" (Vol. v., p. 29.)
      • Olivarius (Vol. v., p. 60.).
      • Slavery in Scotland (Vol. v., p. 29.).
      • Cibber's Lives of the Poets (Vol. v., pp. 25., 116.).
      • Theoloneum (Vol. v., p. 105.).
      • Stoke (Vol. v., p. 106.).
      • Eliza Fenning (Vol. v., p. 105.).
      • Ghost Stories (Vol. iv., p. 5.; Vol. v., pp. 89. 136.).
      • Autographs of Weever and Fuller (Vol. iv., pp. 474. 507.).
      • Lines on the Bible (Vol. iv., p. 473. Vol. v., p. 66.).
      • Hell-rake (Vol. iv., pp. 192. 260.).
      • Family Likenesses (Vol. v., p. 7.).
      • Grimsdyke (Vol. iv. passim).
      • Portraits of Wolfe.
      • Jenings or Jennings Family (Vol. iv., p. 424.).
      • The Father of Cardinal Pole (Vol. v., p. 105.).
      • Sir Gammer Vangs (Vol. ii., pp. 89. 280. 396.).
      • Delighted, Meaning of (Vol. ii., pp. 113. 329.).
      • Stops, when first introduced (Vol. v., p. 1.).
      • Force of Conscience (Vol. iii., p. 38.).
      • Monton in Pembroke (Vol. iv., p. 371.).
      • Catterick for Cattraeth (Vol. iv., p. 453.).
      • Biographical Dictionary (Vol. iv., p. 483.).
      • Martinique (Vol. v., p. 11.).
      • A Regular Mull (Vol. iii., pp. 449. 508.).
      • The Pelican as a Symbol of the Saviour (Vol. v., p. 59.).
      • Church (Vol. v., p. 79.).
      • Donkey (Vol. v., p. 78.).
      • Moravian Hymns (Vol. v., p. 113.).
    • Rotten Row.
    • "Preached from a Pulpit rather than a Tub" (Vol. v., p. 29.)
    • Olivarius (Vol. v., p. 60.).
    • Slavery in Scotland (Vol. v., p. 29.).
    • Cibber's Lives of the Poets (Vol. v., pp. 25., 116.).
    • Theoloneum (Vol. v., p. 105.).
    • Stoke (Vol. v., p. 106.).
    • Eliza Fenning (Vol. v., p. 105.).
    • Ghost Stories (Vol. iv., p. 5.; Vol. v., pp. 89. 136.).
    • Autographs of Weever and Fuller (Vol. iv., pp. 474. 507.).
    • Lines on the Bible (Vol. iv., p. 473. Vol. v., p. 66.).
    • Hell-rake (Vol. iv., pp. 192. 260.).
    • Family Likenesses (Vol. v., p. 7.).
    • Grimsdyke (Vol. iv. passim).
    • Portraits of Wolfe.
    • Jenings or Jennings Family (Vol. iv., p. 424.).
    • The Father of Cardinal Pole (Vol. v., p. 105.).
    • Sir Gammer Vangs (Vol. ii., pp. 89. 280. 396.).
    • Delighted, Meaning of (Vol. ii., pp. 113. 329.).
    • Stops, when first introduced (Vol. v., p. 1.).
    • Force of Conscience (Vol. iii., p. 38.).
    • Monton in Pembroke (Vol. iv., p. 371.).
    • Catterick for Cattraeth (Vol. iv., p. 453.).
    • Biographical Dictionary (Vol. iv., p. 483.).
    • Martinique (Vol. v., p. 11.).
    • A Regular Mull (Vol. iii., pp. 449. 508.).
    • The Pelican as a Symbol of the Saviour (Vol. v., p. 59.).
    • Church (Vol. v., p. 79.).
    • Donkey (Vol. v., p. 78.).
    • Moravian Hymns (Vol. v., p. 113.).
  • Miscellaneous.
    • NOTES ON BOOKS, ETC.
    • BOOKS AND ODD VOLUMES WANTED TO PURCHASE.
    • Notices to Correspondents.
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