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Notes and Queries, Index of Volume 2, May-December, 1850

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Author: Various Authors
Published: 1850
Language: English
Wordcount: 11,804 / 49 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 79.1
LoC Category: AP
Downloads: 614
Added to site: 2004.11.15 9218
Genre: Periodical

.B.) on Dutch language, 77. ---- Tace Latin for a candle, 45. C.(H.B.) on Rowley Towley, 251. ---- on Ulrich von Hutten, 55. ---- on umbrellas, 126. Cheshire Cat, 377. 412. Chethamensis on "Heigh ho! says Rowley," 27. ---- on Sir R. Haigh's Letter-book, 28. C.(H.H.) on Long Loukin, 251. Chimeny money, 120. 174. 269. 344. 379. C.H.K.S. on Leicester and reputed poisoners of his time, 308. ---- on capture of Henry VI., 316. "Choise of Change," Samuel Rowland's claim to the authorship of, 419. Christabel, 47. Christian captives, 102. Christianity, early influence of, 267. Christie (W.D.) on the author of the "Characteristics," 97. Christmas carol, 513 Christophilus (Lord Richard), 120. 204. Chrysostom (A.), to moothe the band in, 138. Church History Society, plan suggested by Dr. Maitland, 371. 464. 430. Church-rates, 182. Church-scot, or Curie-secat, 136. Churchyards--Epitaphs, 26. 93. Churchyards, north sides of, 55. 92. 123. 189. 253. 346. C.(J.B.) on assassination of Mountfort, in Norfolk Stree, Strand, 516.



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