Notes and Queries, Index of Volume 1, November, 1849-May, 1850 eBook

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L. on Fenkle, 419.
——­ on incumbents of church-livings, 61.
——­ on Nash’s Terrors of the Night, 455.
——­ on tureen, 455. 
Lacedaemonian black broth (coffee), 139.
    155. 204. 242. 300. 
Laerig, what is the meaning of, 292.
——­ (derivation of), 387. 406. 
Lairus, when “Father” last applied to clergymen, 158. 
Laissez faire, laissez passer, 390. 
L’Allegro (passages in), notes on Milton’s minor poems, 316. 
Lambeth wells, 395. 
Lambs bive and chute, 93. 474. 
La Mer des Histores, 236. 325. 
Lammin (W.H.) on Master of the Revels, 373.
——­ on Mowbray coheirs, 388. 
Lamont (C.D.) on dais-man, 267. 
La Monnoye, epigram by, 373. 
Lamp, smelling of, 336. 371. 
Lancaster, St. Thomas of, 204. 
Landed and commercial policy of England, 59. 91. 
Lansdown House, 436. 
Lansdowne MSS., poem in, 12. 
Lara (Byron’s), on a passage in, 262. 
Larking (Rev. L.B.), on bill of fare in 1626, 99.
——­ on household book of Sir E. Dering, 131.
——­ on MSS. of Sir Roger Twysden, 76.
——­ on Kentish ballad, 339.
——­ on strewing straw or chaff, 294.
——­ on wages in 17th and 19th centuries, 227.
——­ on the wife of Robert de Bruce, 187. 
Last of the villains, 159. 
Latin distich and translations, 415.
——­ epigram, 416.
——­ names of towns, 474.
——­ verse, 215. 
Law courts at St. Alban’s, 366.
——­ of horses, 421. 
Lawrig (derivation of), 387. 460. 
Lawyers’ patron saint, 151. 
Lay of the Phoenix, 203. 235. 
Lab on family of Pointz of Greenham, 94. 
L.(C.L.) on history of Edward II., 99.
——­ on landed and commercial Policy of England, 22. 
Legal policy of Great Britain (Dr. Thomas Bever’s, 483. 
Legate (Bartholomew), the Martyr, 483. {504}
Legislators and ballad makers, 153. 
Legour on grog and Bishop Barnaby, 28.
——­ why is an earwig called coach-bell, 383. 
Leman (Rev. Thomas), 59. 91. 
Lines on Pharaoh, 406. 
Lesly, Bishop of Ross, 186. 
Letter attributed to Sir Robert Walpole, 304. 321.
——­ Book (Sir R. Waigh’s), 463.
——­ of Sir Robert Walpole, 388. 
Levite (Young), Macaulay’s, 26. 167. 222. 374. 
Liber Sententiarum, 10. 20. 
Libraries (ancient), 21. 83.
——­ public, 391. 
Library of Augustinian Eremites of York, 84.
——­ of Dr. Johnson, 214. 270. 
Limb of the Law on a maiden assize and white gloves, 29. 
Limborch’s Historia Inquisitionis, 20. 
Line quoted by De Quincey, 351. 388. 
Lines attributed to Henry Viscount Palmerston, 382.
——­ Tom Brown, 372.
——­ on London dissenting ministers, 383. 454.
——­ quoted by Goethe, 125.
——­ by Sir John Suckling, 439.
——­ in the style of Suckling, 20.
——­ on “Woman’s Will,” 247. 
Ling or Bodenham’s Politeuphia, 28. 86. 
Lions in the Tower, 43. 
Literary Leisure, author of, 352. 
Literature, early English and early German, 428.

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