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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 50 pages of information about Notes and Queries, Index of Volume 1, November, 1849-May, 1850.
474. ——­ on lay of the Phoenix, 235. ——­ on Pope Felix and Pope Gregory, 475. ——­ on portraits of Luther, Erasmus, and Ulric Von Hutten, 303. ——­ on Speculum Exemplorum, Epistola de Miseria Curatorum, 380. ——­ on symbols of the Evangelists, 472. ——­ on wood-cut likenesses of Luther and Erasmus, 203.  Grace-cup, Becket’s, 142.  Grayan (A.) on Torri’s polyglot edition of Gray’s Elegy, 150.  Graves (Rev. James), a living dog better than a dead lion, 404. ——­ on bishops of Ossory, 335. ——­ on the second Duke of Ormonde, 380.  Gray’s Alcaic ode, 382. 416.  Gray’s Elegy (translation of), 101. ——­ Elegy, 138. 221. 389. ——­ Elegy (German version of), 150. ——­ Elegy (editions and versions of), 150.  Gray’s Inn Lane, 244.  Greek verse, 142.  Greene of Greene’s Norton, 43. 75.  Greene (Richard), of Lichfield, 167.  Greene’s Royal Exchange, 38.  Greenham, family of Pointz of, 94.  Green (Richard), apothecary, 74.  Gregori’s Italian version of Gray’s Elegy, 221.  Gregory (Pope) and Pope Felix, 475.  Gresset’s Vert-vert, illustrations of, painted on enamel, 365. 475.  Griffinhoof (Arthur, jun.), on the fraternity of vagabonds, &c., 183.  Griffin, on the fable of the bear, the louse, and religion, 321. ——­ on Lord Erskine’s brooms, 93. ——­ on John Bell of the Chancery Bar, 93.  G.(R.I.H.) on horns, 419.  Grimm (Dr. Jacob), letter to, on meaning of “Laerig,” 292.  Grog, origin of, 28. 52. 168.  Grotto, Pray remember the, 5.  Grottoes on St. James’s Day, 6.  Grummett, meaning of, 319. 337. 358.  G.(S.) on Sir Jeffery Wyattville, 252.  Guildhalls, 320. 357.  Gules on Bess of Hardwick, 296.  Gunner (W.H., Rev.) on William Basse and his poems, 348. ——­ note on Herodotus by Dean Swift, 350.  Gutch (J.W.G.) on lines attributed to Hudibras, 211. ——­ on etymology of News, 270. ——­ derivation of Avon, 285.  Gutch (J.M.) on Herrick’s Hesperides, 350.  Guy Mannering, death-bed superstition in, 350.  G.(W.S.) on fifth son, 482. ——­ on meaning of fingle, 477.

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H. on autograph mottoes of Richard Duke of Gloucester and Henry Duke of
    Buckingham, 138.
——­ on pity is akin to love, 248. 
H.(A.) on Bishop Jewell’s papers, 351. 
Haigh’s (Sir R.) letter-book, 463. 
Hailstone (E.) original letter of Peter le Neve, 451. 
H.(A.J.) on Christian captives, 477.
——­ on lines attributed to Hudibras, 211. 
Haley, or Hales (Richard), Milton pedigree, 366. 
Hall (Spencer), unpublished letter of Horace Walpole, 273. 
Hallam’s History of Literature, error in, 435.
——­ Middle Ages:  alleged ignorance of the clergy, 51. 
Halliwell (J.O.) on esquire and gentleman, 475.
——­ on Table-Book, 215.
——­ on the name of Shylock, 222. 
Hamilton, Sir William, 216. 270. 
Hamlet, tradition respecting Shakespeare’s, 93. 
Hammack (J.T.) on bills of fare and humble pie, 54.
——­ on Dick Shore, 92. 142.
——­ on parish register statistics—­Chart, Kent, 442. 
Hampson (R.T.) on King Alfred’s Geography of

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