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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.
Albert, 385. ——­ on the symbols of the four Evangelists, 385. 472. ——­ on English translations of Erasmus’s E comium Moriae, 385.  J.(B.G.) on Gootet, 397. ——­ on nursery games and rhymes, 401.  Jebb (John, Rev.) nine queries by, 212. ——­ on blunder in Malone’s Shakspeare, 213. ——­ on notes from fly-leaves, 228.  Jemmy Dawson, ballad on, 158.  Jennings (Peter H.) on the battle of Towton, 124.  Jerdan (W.) on Zachary Boyd, 405.  Jester to Henry VIII., Domingo Lomelyn, 193.  Jewell’s (Bishop) papers, 351.  Jew’s harp, origin of the, 215. 277. 342.  Jews, emancipation of the, 461. 474.  J.(G.) on buns, 244. ——­ on Easter eggs, 244.  Jhon-John, 234.  J.(J) on anonymous Ravennas, 220. ——­ on Dick Shore, 220. ——­ on whelps, 77.  John, 299. ——­ origin of name, 234.  John of Salisbury, Douce on, 9.  John Bull. 372.  Johnson (Dr.) and Professor de Morgan, 107. ——­, library of, 214. 270. ——­ and Dr. Warton, 481.  Johnson (R.F.) on author of Coxcombs vanquish Berkeley, &c., 381. ——­ on the seven champions of Christendom, 418. ——­ on derivation of sterling, 384. ——­ origin and signification of hanging out the broom, 384. ——­ on Tickhill, God help me, 247.  Jones (R.M.) on microscope, 217.  Jones (T.) on Herbert and Dibdin’s Ames, 39. ——­ on litany version of the Psalms, 234.  Jones (Inigo), sketches by, 122.  Josias Ibach, Stada, 452.  Journeyman, meaning of, 309. 458.  J.(T.) on Arabic numerals, 455. ——­ on dog Latin, 230. ——­ on humble pie, 168. ——­ on ordination pledges, 206. ——­ on passage in Frith’s Works, 373. ——­ on peruse, 252. ——­ on Stephen Eiton or Eden’s “Acta Regis Edw.  II.,” 230. ——­ on symbolism of flowers, 457. ——­ on Welsh ambassador, 406.  Judas Bell, 125. 235. 357.  Julius on horse’s head, 259. ——­ on Rush hearings, 259.  Junior on a Flemish account, 74.  Junius, queries as to, 275. 322. 353. ——­, was he Sir G. Jackson? 172. 276.

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Karinthon (Lord), murdered in 1665, 400. 
K.(B.H.) on passages in Milton, 286. 
Kelke (W.  Hastings) on travelling in 1590, 400. 
Ken (Bp.), hymns, 188. 
Kennaquhair (I.) on pet names, 299. 
Kennedy (Rev. B.H.) on the expression “mutual friend,” 149.
——­ on Tickhill, God help me, 325.
——­ on pet names, 242. 
Kentish ballad, 247. 339. 
Kersley (Henry), lines by Sir John Suckling, 439.
——­ on Miry-Land Town, 237.
——­ on Americans called Indians, 491.
——­ on superstitions of the Midland Counties, 451.
——­ on barnacles, 254.
——­ on book called Theophania, 174. 
K.(G.J.) on Charles Martel, 86.
——­ on printer’s couplets, 86. 
Kilkenny, when made a city, 157. 
Killaloe, Henry Ryder, Bishop of, 383. 
Killigrew family, genealogy of, 204. 231.. 283.
——­, master of the revels, seal of, 204. 
Kingsmill (Rev. W.M.) on incumbents of church livings, 106. 
King’s coffee-house, Covent Garden, 493. 
Kings, pilgrimage of, 173. 
K.(J.) on Cunningham’s Lives of eminent Englishmen, 379. 
Kooez (Aredjid) on the Dutch language, 492.
——­ on trunck breeches, 445. 
Koran by Sterne, 216. 418. 
K.(W.H.) on cure for the hooping-cough, 397. 
K.(W.M.), why Dr. Dee quitted Manchester, 284.

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