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

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hints and queries for a new edition of his works,
  393. 
Roger de Coverley, 59. 118.  Rogers (J.R.) on the meaning of palace, 202.  Roman Catholic Church, statistics of, 61.  Roman numerals, 434.  Roodloft, history of, 195.  Rose, under the, 214.  Rosh, query respecting sir Robert Long, 382.  Ross (C.) on the Duke of Monmouth’s pocket-book, 397. ——­ on author of Laissez faire laisser passer, 390.  Roterodamus on Luther and Erasmus, 27.  Rotten Row and Stockwell Street, 441.  Rowland’s Choise of Change, 38.  Royal genealogies, 282. ——­ household allowances, 85.  Roydon on fall of rain in England, 174.  R.(R.) on golden frog, 282. ——­ on hints to intending editors, 243. ——­ on provincial words, 467.  R.(T.C.) etymology of behavior, 388.  Rufa on the Red Maids of Bristol, 219.  Rufus, Nosce teipsum, 391. ——­ Cupid crying, 172. ——­ on the Devotee, 222. ——­ epigram from the Latin of Vincent Bourne, 253. ——­ epigram by, 204. ——­ epigram from the Latin of Owen, 308. ——­ epigram on soul and body, 390. ——­ epigram to Philantus, 358. ——­ on the golden age, 270. ——­ lines on Miminum de Malis, 374. ——­ on “Nec pluribus impar,” 422. ——­ ode to David Cook from V. Bourne, 152. ——­ translation from V. Bourne, 347.  Runcton, North, Norfolk, extract from parish register of, 10.  Runes, 478.  Rush bearings, 258.  Russell (Lady Rachel), 462.  Russells and Savegard, meaning of, 202.  R.(W.B.) on Vox et Praeterea nihil, 421.  R.(W.D.) on Henry Ryder, bishop of Killaloe, 383.  R.(W.J.B.) on hexameter verses in the scriptures, 109.  Ryder (Henry) bishop of Killaloe, 383. 418. ——­ (Sir William), 282.  Rye (W.B.) on captivity of the Queen of Bruce in England, 290.

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S. on the Buckingham motto, 283. ——­ on Poins and Bardolph, 418. ——­ of N.S. on queries in church history, 158. [Greek:  S]. on law courts at St. Alban’s, 366. ——­ on Thynne’s Collection of Chancellors, 60. ——­ on tandem, 382. ——­ on the meaning of grummett, 319.  Sacrilege punished by flaying, 185.  Safeguard, 419.  Salisbury Change, 451.  Salt at Montem, 384. 473.  Salting (college) and tricking of freshmen, 261. 390. 492. ——­ something else about, 349.  Samolus and Selago, the use of, by the Druids, 157. 231. 368.  Sangred, meaning of, 124. 325.  Sanson (John), “a living dog better than a dead lion,” origin of,
  352.
——­ on Bishop Cosin’s form of consecration of churches, 303. ——­ on C. Agricola’s Propugnaculum, 88. 203. ——­ on La Mer des Histoires, 286. ——­ on treatise by Engelbert, 214.  Sans Souci Theatre, Leicester Place, 150.  Sanuto’s Doges of Venice, 35. 75. 220.  Sapcote motto, 366. 476.  Sartorius on traveling in England, 145.  Satirical medal of the Pretender, 58. 70. 103. 167.  Savile, (Marquis of), Halifax, 384.  Savegard and Russells, meaning of, 202. 267.  Sayers, the caricaturist, 187.  S.(C.) on water gate, 164.  Scata Coeli, 366. 402. 455.  Scarborough warning, 138.  S.(C.F.), extracts from parish registers of East Peckham,

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