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قراءة كتاب Notes and Queries, Number 176, March 12, 1853 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.
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Notes and Queries, Number 176, March 12, 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. 176.||Saturday, March 12. 1853.||Price Fourpence.
Stamped Edition 5d.
|Marlowe's "Lust's Dominion"||253|
|Dover Castle: a Note to Hasted||254|
|Dean Swift: Autographs in Books, by George Daniel||255|
|Shakspeare Elucidations, by Thomas Keightley||255|
|Imprecatory Epitaphs, by Dr. E. Charlton||256|
|Derivation of "Lad" and "Lass"||256|
|Minor Notes:—Iona—Inscriptions in Parochial Registers—Lieutenant—"Prigging Tooth" or "Pugging Tooth"—London—Note from the Cathedral at Seville—Riddles for the Post Office||257|
|National Portraits: Portrait of the Duke of Gloucester, Son of Charles I., by Albert Way||258|
|Boston Queries, by Pishey Thompson||258|
|Descendants of Sir Humphrey Gilbert, by C. Gonville||259|
|Minor Queries:—English Bishops deprived by Queen Elizabeth, 1559—John Williams of Southwark, Esq.—"A Screw"—Tanner's MSS.—The Westminster Assembly of Divines—The Witch Countess of Morton—Mary, Daughter of King James I. of Scotland—Hibernicis Hibernior—The Cucking-stool, when last used—Grafts and the Parent Tree—Conway Family—Salt—Geological Query—Wandering Jew—Frescheville Family—The Wednesday Club—Oratories—Arms of De Turneham—Poisons—Open Seats or Pews in Churches—Burial of unclaimed Corpse||260|
|Minor Queries with Answers:—Sir John Powell—"Reynard the Fox"—Campvere, Privileges of—Bishops Inglis and Stanser of Nova Scotia||262|
|Monument to Barbara Mowbray and Elizabeth Curle at Antwerp||263|
|Photographic Notes and Queries:—Replies to Photographic Questions—Developing Paper Pictures with Pyrogallic Acid—Photography in the Open Air; Improved Camera—New Effect in Collodion Pictures—Powdered Alum: How does it act?||265|
|Replies to Minor Queries:—Chatterton—Princes' Whipping-boys—"Grub Street Journal"—"Pinch of Snuff"—Race for Canterbury—Chichester Pallant—Scarfs worn by Clergymen—Alicia Lady Lisle—Major-General Lambert—Mistletoe—The Sizain—Venda—Meaning of "Assassin"—Dimidium Scientiæ—Epigrams—Use of Tobacco before the Discovery of America—Oldham, Bishop of Exeter—Tortoiseshell Tom Cat—Irish Rhymes—Consecrated Rings—Brasses since 1688—Derivation of Lowbell—The Negative given to the Demand of the Clergy at Merton—Nugget—Blackguard||267|
|Notes on Books, &c.||273|
|Books and Odd Volumes wanted||274|
|Notices to Correspondents||274|
MARLOWE'S "LUST'S DOMINION."
The Rev. Mr. Dyce omits the play of Lust's Dominion, or the Lascivious Queen, from the excellent, and (in all other respects)