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

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Venice, Sanurto’s Dugen of 35. 175. 220. 
Venison, proclamation respection sale of, 5. 
Ventris (Edw.) of Frusius, 180.
——­ of Roland Monoux, 188. 
Verbum Graecum, 415. 
Versicle and response, 440. 
Vert Vert, illustrations of Gresset’s painted
    on enamel, 365. 375. 
Vertue’s manuscripts, 319. 372. 
Villains, last of the, 139. 
Vincent (R.), on Gothic architecture, 59. 
Viridis vallis, 213. 285. 
Viz. why used for videllcet, 120. 
Vondel’s Lucifer, 142. 169. 
Vox on Billingsgate. 164. 
Vox et praeterca mihill, 247. 387. 421. 
Vox populi, vox Dei, 321. 370. 419. 492. 
V.(R.) on French maxim, 215.
——­ on Palm Sunday wine, 363.
——­ on the punishment of sacrilege, 185. 
Vulgate, early edition of, 213. 
Vulpes on Sir Stephen Fox, 214.

W.

W. on the word cannibal, 186. ——­ on beaver, 417. ——­ on Junius, 322. ——­ on lines of London dissenting ministers, 383. ——­ on papers of John Wilkes, 125. ——­ on Roger de Coverly, 59.  W.(I.), epigram on a very tall barrister named Long, 422. ——­ a close translation, 422. ——­ on Dorne the bookseller, and Henno Rustieus, 12. 88. ——­ on Gray’s elegy, 138. ——­ on Gray’s Aleaic ode, 416. ——­ on Henry Ryder, Bishop of Killaloe, 418. ——­ on Lacedaemonian black broth, 155. 300. ——­ on Metens, 185.  W.(A.) on translations of AEllan, 289. ——­ on apposition, 384. ——­ on discovery of the circulation of the blood, 202. ——­ on “Tempora mutantur nos et mutamur in illis,” 419.  Wages in 17th and 19th centuries, 225.  Walbran (J.R.) on MSS. formerly belonging
    to Dr. Hugh Todd, 246. 
Walcott (Rev. M.) on grog, 53. ——­ on Turner’s MS. history of Westminster, 140. ——­ on St. Margeret’s, Westminster, 196.  Waterwich or Waterwich, 236.  Waller’s poems, MS. notes on, 165.  Walpole (Horace), unpublished letter of, 273. ——­ (Sir Robert), letter attributed to, 304.
    321. 336. 388. 
Walter (Henry) on Christencat, 109.  Wandrille (St.), abbey of, 382.  Warburton and Collier v.  Dyce, 53.  Wards, D’Israeli on the court of, 173.  Waring (Elijah) on Duke of Monmouth, 358. ——­ on Cwn Wyhir and Cwn Annwn, 482. ——­ on Toom Shawn Cattie, 489. ——­ on Bishop Burnet as an historian, 493.  Warneford (Miss) and Mr. Cresswell, 157.  Warning to watchmen, 167.  Warton and Heinsius, 285.  Warts, charms for cure of, 349. 482.  Watchmen, waring to, 167.  Watching the sepulchre, 318. 354. 403.  Watewich, 121. 405.  Was (Albert) on ancient inscribed dish, 117. ——­ on MS. chronicles at Reigate, 6. ——­ on Pandoxare, 234. ——­ on shipster and gourders, 356.  W.(B.) on derivation of Laerig, 387. ——­ on John and Pisan, 299.  W.(K.) on abdication of James II., 489.  Weather proverbs, 413. ——­ rhyme (Norfolk), 349.  Weeping cross, 154.  Wellington, Wyrwast, Cokam, 401.  Welsh custom, curious, 173. ——­ ambassador, or the cuckoo, 230. 283. 406.  W.(E.N.) on Spenser’s monument, 481.  Wessel cup Hymn, 137.  Westminster, Turner’s MS. history

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