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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.
Tottenham Court Road. 228.  Torri’s Polyglot edition of Gray’s elegy, 150.  Treatise upon the microscope, 217.  Trebor on Emerods. 476. ——­ on lines quoted by Goothe, 125. ——­ on death bed superstition, 467.  Trevelyan (Sir W. Calverly), on anonymous Revennas. 368. ——­ on St. Alban’s Day, 399. ——­ on Lacedaemonlan black broth, 204. ——­ on Portugal, 368. ——­ on Selago, 368. ——­ on Sir Roger de Coverley, 368. ——­ on watching the sepulchre, 403.  Treves (Engelbert, Archbishop of), treatise by, 214.  Trimble family, 485.  Trophee, 308. 339.  T.(T.H.), on Tower Royal, 115.  T.(T.), on Macaulay’s Young Levite, 374.  Tower royal, origin of, 28. 115 ——­ of London, llons in, 42. ——­ deputy lieutenants of, 400.  Towton, the battle of, 124.  Tracts, by Eachard. 320. ——­ by Dekker and Naah. 454. ——­ religious. by F. H., 460. 498.  Trade editions. 55.  Trafalgar, battle of, letters of Lord Nelson’s
    brother after, 36. 
Tragedy of Richard III. 325.  Transportation of letters, 184. 293. 422.  Translation of AElian, 267.  Translation of the Seriptures, MSS. of 366.  Travelling of old, in England, 87. 145. 167. 290. ——­hand bills, 146. ——­ in 1590, 460.  Treatise on Art and Nature, J.B.’s, 401. 458.  Trunck breeches, 362. 384. 445. 439.  Tub. tale of a, 326.  Tureen, origin of, 246. 307. 340. 407. 455.  “Turkish Spy,” who translated it. 334.  Turnbull (W.B.D.D.), on Scutter’s Atlas Novus. 156 Turner’s Ms. History of Westminster, 140.  Turner’s (T.  Hudson), on beaver hats, 255. ——­ on Pisan, 266. ——­ on Moneta Santae Helenae, 101.  Turnstile Lane, Holborn, 244.  T.(W.C.), on public libraries, 391.  Twm Shawn Cattie, 383. 455. 456. 489.  Two noble kinsmen, 138.  Twysden, MSS. of Sir Hoger, 76. 282.  Tyburn gallows, 180.  Tyndale, 303.  Typographical Antiquities by Dibdin, 56.

U.

Ulrich of Hutten, portraits of, 336. 
Umbrellas, when were they introduced into England, 414. 
“Under the rose,” 214. 
Unlaed, the Anglo-Saxon word, 430. 
Urbanus Regius, 367. 419. 
Use of coffins, 321.

V.

V. on Cromwell’s estates, 389. 277.
——­ on El Buscapie, 206.
——­ on muffins, 205.
——­ on serpents’ eggs and straw necklaces, 24.
——­ on travelling in England, 68. 
Van Voorst’s Polyglot edition of Gray’s Elegy, 150. 
Vagabonds, fraternitye of, 183. 220. 
Vanbrugh’s London improvements, 142. 
Vaux on origin of Grog, 52. 
V.(E.), on ancedote of Charles the First 437.
——­ on Arabic numerals, 230.
——­ on Christmas hymn, 201.
——­ on college salting, 306.
——­ on a curious monumental brass, 370.
——­ on Dutch language, 383.
——­ on feast of St. Michael and All Angels, 235.
——­ on Latin verse, 215.
——­ on ordination pledges, 235.
——­ on Pusan Iklynton collar, 400.
——­ on Tower Royal, 116.
——­ on watching the sepulchre, 403. 354. 
Venator on Sir Stephen Fox. 250. 

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