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Notes and Queries, Number 173, February 19, 1853
A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

Notes and Queries, Number 173, February 19, 1853 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

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NOTES AND QUERIES:

A MEDIUM OF INTER-COMMUNICATION FOR LITERARY MEN, ARTISTS, ANTIQUARIES, GENEALOGISTS, ETC.

"When found, make a note of."Captain Cuttle.


No. 173. Saturday, February 19. 1853. Price Fourpence.
Stamped Edition 5d.

CONTENTS.

Notes:— Page
Predictions of the Fire and Plague of London, No. II., by Vincent T. Sternberg 173
Examples of the French Sizain, by W. Pinkerton 174
Epigrams 174
"Goe, soule, the bodies guest," by George Daniel 175
Petitions from the County of Nottingham 175
Folk Lore:—Lancashire Fairy Tale—Teeth, Superstition respecting—New Moon Divination—The Hyena an Ingredient in Love Potions—The Elder Tree 177
Minor Notes:—The Word "Party"—Epitaphs—Campbell's "Pleasures of Hope"—Palindromical Lines—"Derrick" and "Ship's Painter"—Lord Reay's Country 177
Queries:—
Unanswered Queries 178
Mr. John Munro, by Dan. Wilson 179
Minor Queries:—Song in Praise of the Marquess of Granby—Venda—The Georgiad—R. S. Townshend of Manchester—"Mala malæ malo"—"Dimidium Scientiæ"—Portrait Painters—"An Impartial Inquiry," &c.—"As poor as Job's Turkey"—Fuss—Suicide encouraged in Marseilles—Fabulous Bird—Segantiorum Portus—Stamping on Current Coinage—Rhymes: Dryden—The Cadenham Oak—St. Mary's Church, Beverley—The Rev. Joshua Marsden—Bentley's Examination—Derivation of "Lowbell"—Meaning of Assassin—Punishment for exercising the Roman Catholic Religion—Hogarth's Pictures—Lines in a Snuff-box—Rosa Mystica—Old-Shoe throwing at Weddings—Herbé's Costumes Français 179
Minor Queries with Answers:—Humphry Smith—Meaning and Etymology of "Conyngers" or "Connigries"—Letters U, V, W, and St. Ives 182
Replies:—
The Orkney Islands in Pawn 183
The Passage in King Henry VIII., Act. III. Sc. 2, by S. W. Singer 183
Miniature Ring of Charles I., by C. Ley 184
Chantry Chapels 185
Photographic Notes and Queries:—The Collodion Process—Mr. Weld Taylor's Iodizing Process—Sir William Newton's Process: Further Explanations 185
Replies to Minor Queries:—Lady Nevell's Music-book—Tuch—Eva, Princess of Leinster—Whipping Post—The Dodo—"Then comes the reckoning," &c.—Sir J. Covert, not Govett—Chatterton—Tennyson—Llandudno on the Great Orme's Head—Oldham, Bishop of Exeter—Arms of Bristol—The Cross and the Crucifix—Sir Kenelm Digby—Martin Drunk—The Church Catechism—Sham Epitaphs and Quotations—Door-head Inscription—Potguns—"Pompey the Little"—Eagles supporting Lecterns—Lady Day in Harvest—Inscriptions in Churches—Macaulay's Young Levite, &c. 187
Miscellaneous:—
Books and Odd Volumes wanted 194
Notices to Correspondents 194
Advertisements 195

Notes.

PREDICTIONS OF THE FIRE AND PLAGUE OF LONDON, NO. II.

One of the most striking predictions occurs in Daniel Baker's Certaine Warning for a Naked Heart, Lond. 1659. After much invective against the evil ways of the metropolis, he proceeds:

"A fire, a consuming fire, shall be kindled in the bowels of the earth, which will scorch with burning heat all hypocrites, unstable, double-minded workers of iniquity.... A great and large slaughter shall be throughout the land of

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