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

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106. ——­ on letters of Mrs Chiffinch, 124. ——­ on notes from fly-leaves, No. iv., 164. ——­ on a passage in L’Allegro, notes on
    Milton’s minor poems, 316.
——­ on Richard Haley or Hales, 366. ——­ on the fraternity of vagabonds, 220. ——­ on Walewich or Watewich, 236.  M.(J.H.) on Burnet, 341. ——­ on Jew’s-harp, 342. ——­ on Milton’s L’Allegro, 316. ——­ on “to fettle,” 169.  Modest discours, 205. 233.  Monastery, arrangement of one, 452.  Moneta Sanctae Helenae, 100.  Monk, Skinner’s life of, 378.  Monmouth’s ash, 82. ——­ Duke of, 358. ——­ execution of, 237. ——­ capture of, 324. ——­ inedited letter of, 379. ——­ memorials of the last days of, 198. ——­ correspondence, 427. ——­ his pocket-book, 397.  Monody on Sir John Moore, 321. 418.  Monoux, Roland, monumental brass, 137.  Monosyllables, use of, 285.  Moure (Cecil) on form of petition, 75.  Monson (Lord) on Lord Carrington or Karinthon, 490.  Monumental brass, 370. 405.  Moore, Sir John, monody on the death of, 321. 445.  Morgan, De (Professor), and Dr. Johnson, 107.  Morning Herald, when first established, 7.  Morse As caught the mare, 320.  Moses, why represented with horns, 383. 419.  Mosquito country, origin of the name,
    early connection of the Mosquito Indians
    with the English, 425. 
Mother of Thomas a Becket, 415. 490.  Motto, ancient, 93. 104. 156. 189. 340. ——­ of University of Cambridge, 76. ——­ Sapcote, 355. 476. ——­ singular, 214. 253. ——­ the Buckingham, 138. 232. 283. 459.  Mousetrap, book of the, 154. ——­ Dante, 339.  Mowbray coheirs, 213. 388.  Morning Chronicle, when established, 7.  M.(R.M.) on chrysopolis, 283. ——­ on Darnley’s birth-place, 220. ——­ on Sannto, 220. ——­ (S.A.) on Charlemagne’s talisman, 187. ——­ on the darkness at the crucifixion, 188.  Ms. volume of chronicles at Reigate, note of, 6.  MSS. of Casubon, 422. ——­ of Dr. Hugh Todd, 340. ——­ of Locke, 401. 461. ——­ of the Wycliffite translations of the
    Scripture, 356.
——­ sermons by Jeremy Taylor, 125. ——­ of Sir Roger Troysden, 76.  M.(J.R.), Flemish account, 8.  M.(J.F.) on Ling and Bodenham, 86.  M.(J.H.) on Countess of Pembroke’s letter, 119.  M.(J.R.) on parallel passages or plagiarisms
   in Childe Harold, 299. 
Muffins and crumpets, derivation of, 173. 205. 253.  Munford (George), query, Is the Dombec
    the Domesday of Alfred, 365. 
Murrain in cows (charm for) used in Ireland, 349.  Musafir on a Flemish account, 74.  Music room in Charles Street, Covent Garden, 395. ——­ in Dean Street, Soho, 395.  “Mutual friend,” Dr. Jennedy on the expression, 149.  M.(W.) on derivation of “finkle,” 384. 477.  M.(W.B.) on Marc de Saham—­Portum
    Pusillum—­Watewich, 121. 
M.(W.L.) on Gray’s Elegy, 221.  “My love and I for kisses played,” &c., 302. 458.  My mind to me a kingdom is, 489. 302.

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