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INDE X.

THIRD SERIES-VOL. IV.

[For classified articles, see ANONYMOUS WORKS, BOOKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED, EPIGRAMS, EPITAPAS, FOLK LORE,

PROVERBS AND PHRASES, QUOTATIONS, SHAKSPERIANA, AND SONGS AND BALLADS.]

A. on Queen's memorial to the Prince Consort, 45
A. de F. on wand of Grand Master of Templars, 307
A. (A.) on binding a stone in a sling, 96

Boleyn (Anne), a term of opprobrium, 404
Claret making, a tenure, 411
Cleanliness next to godliness, 419
Crush a cup, 97
Devil, a proper name, 418
Foxhangre, a proper name, 419
Gundulf (Bp.), and his architecture, 321
Gunpowder in the reign of Richard II., 393.
Salmon (Mrs.), wax-work, 373
Signs, incongruous, 449
St. Mary Matfelon, 419
Tedded grass, 430

Wellington a cannibal, 412
Abdy (Rev. Wm. Jarvis), epitaph, 227
Abhba on Lieut.-Gen. John Adlercron, 304

Anonymous works, 11, 48, 371
Ancient custoin, 313
Archidiaconal visitations in Ireland, 267
Ballsbridge, near Dublin, 208
Booterstown, near Dublin, 339
Campbell's “Hohenlinden” parodied, 209
Dublin Magazine, 372
Dublin University Review, 110
Exempt jurisdiction of Newry and Mourne, 351
Gomme (Sir Bernard de), 338
“ Letters on Literature," the author, 110
"Memoirs of Nine Living Characters," 411
Mulready (Wm.), his birth-place, 324
Notes on Sermons, 110 .
“ Periodical Press," its author, 326
Plunket (Lord), letter, 278
Political economy, 288
Sefton (Earl of), a Roman Catholic priest, 198,

317
St. Helen's, Abingdon, account books, 478
Tenures of land in Ireland, 395
" Thoughts on the early Irish Nation," 248
Titles borne by clergymen, 235
William III., anonymous works op, 230

Abingdon, accompts of St. Helen's parish, 477
Abraxas, the two genders, 166
Acland family, 452
Adam (Ben), MS. History of Lynn Regis, 326.
Adamnan, his works, 162
Adams (G. E.) on summer of 1724, 126
Adams (Richard), minor poet, 527
Adams (Sarah Flower), hymn, 247, 279
Addis (John) on paint and patches, 378

Vixen, or fixen, 463
Addison (John), architect, epitaph, 437, 529
Addison (Joseph) and the Spectator, 146, 507
Adlercron (Lieut.-Gen. John), 304, 383, 460
Adultery, punished with loss of eyes, 7, 94
Advocates' library, discovery of rare works, 2
A. (E. H.) on Dale in co. Cumberland, 432

Dagnia family, 319
Father and son, 450
Heath beer, 311
Ostrich, an emblem of faith, 470
Paganisın in France, 394
Sefton (Earl of), 317

Superstition in Siberia, 82
Aërostation in 1607, 146, 194; Darwin's lines on

276
Africa, Ptolemy's knowledge of, 105
Agricola's victory in Scotland, 71
Agrippa (Cornelius) on the morals of the clergy, 387
Ainger (Alfred) on frith silver, 477

Macklin's lecture on Oratory, 237

Tedded grass, 524
Airth (Lord), nis “Complaints,” 186, 257
A. (J.) on heath beer, 311

Great guns, 463
A. (J. S.) on ancient wrought iron artillery, 446

Cook's Castle, near Shanklin, 88
Albert (Prince), the Queen's memorial to him at Bal-

moral, 45, 217
Albion and her white roses, 109, 193, 274
“ Albion Magazine," 1835, wanted, 350
Alcohol, its derivation, 363
Aldersey (Thomas), merchant adventurer, 437
Alexander the Great, a play on the words, 324
Alfeknight (Ralpl), origin of name, 325

Alfred (King), of Northumberland, 324

Anonymous Works:-
Algiers, Spanish expedition against, 432, 518

William III., a True History of the Designs and
'Alleus on an anonymous work, 461
Bowden (Rev. Samuel), 504

Conspiracies 230, 300
Fowke (Joseph), 360

Woolsonbary Nymphs, 373
Leighton (Abp.), his library, 131

Anspach (Theodore), bis tomb, 473

Antiquarius on the Knights Hospitallers, 11, 30
Alleyn (Edward), actor, 367

Antiquus on Book of Sports, 270
Alliteration : “ Siege of Belgrade," 88, 315
Allworth family, 268

Apothecaries' Company, arms on a seal, 69, 99

Apparitions and ghost stories, 68
Almanacs, ancient, 184

Apsley, Strickland, and Wynne families, 6
Alréennes, les Trois, 374

Aquarium, early, 431
America and the gee of London, 84

Archidiaconal visitations in Ireland, 267
America, British regiments there in 1755-1760, 29,

Architectural Publication Society's alphabet, 292
135

Arden, account of the Forest, 120
American army movements, a song, 496

Arnistead (Edwin) on Vixen, 389
American major-generals, 344
Ammergau mystery, 473, 528

Armorial bearings, right to continue, 229, 312, 381

Arnauld (Antoine), Port-Royalist, 63, 131
Amsterdam, the Rasphuys and Spinhouse, 371, 518

Arnold (John), chronometer-maker, 527
Anderson (Robert), Cumbrian poet, 34

Ar:illery, ancient wrought-iron, 446
Angelic vision of the dying, 351, 435

Aslifield (C. J.) on Cloudberry, a plant, 39
Animal sent to Ireland by Henry VI., 71

Cowihorpe oak in Yorkshire, 69
Animals, their capaciiy for religion, 414, 507

Ashmore (John), translator of “ Odes of Horace," 112.
Anne (Queen), snuff-boxes presented by, 8

Aslipitel (Arthur), “ The A. P. S. Alphavet," 292.
Anonymous Works:-

Askerwell, Dorset, parish registers, 22
Adventures of Naufragus, 497

Aspland (R. B.) on Joseph Hunter's biography, 432

Ass, the Feast of the, 487
Antidote, 1719, 289

Astley church, co. Worcester, carved liead in, 228
Bickerstaffe (Isaac), Predictions for 1708, 289

Aston, North, Oxfordsbire, 204, 336
Black Gowns and Red Coats, 138, 219

Astrolabe and Jacob's staff, 70, 113, 197, 239
Brunoniad, 122

Atkinson, governor of Senegal, 185
Charles I., The Life and Reigne of, 1651, 355

Aubrey (John), Staffordshire ghost story, 395, 524
Concealed Fansyes, 506

Auction sale of an estate, the earliest, 109
Contest of the Twelve Nations, 11

Auctions in Cumberland, 410, 526
Divinity and Philosophy Dissected, 246

Audley (Lord) of Walden, London residence, 449
Eiko Basilike Deutera, 410

Aurerell (William), noticed, 166
Exhibition, or a Second Anticipation, 497

Austrian motto, the five vowels, 304
Fragments, Original and Translated, 325
Helpe to Discourse, 50

Anthors, their Christian names, 164, 258
Ireland: True and Impartial History of its Wars,

Axtell (Nathaniel), noticed, 497
48
Index to Mankind, 229, 254
Leisure Moments, 325

B. on merchants' and tradesmen's marks, 463
Letters from Snowdon, 267

Thomas, Earl of Norfolk, bis wives, 198
Letters from the Kingdom of Kerry, 461

B. Jull, on Alex. Selkirk's cup and crest, 348
Letters on Literature, 110, 134

B. on Guido Fawkes's parentage, 249
Looking Glass, 15

Pseudo-Shakspeare confession, 169
Loves of an Apothecary, 292

B. (A.) on merchants' marks, 413
Memoirs of Nine Living Characters, 411

Baal worsliip, 168, 251, 318
Midwife, or Old Woman's Magazine, 229, 254 Backarè, its signification, 203, 368
Miserere mei Domine: Five Hymns, 472

Badges for learned and other societies, 244
Oxford Spy, 153

Bagendon (W. D.) on blood thicker than water, 174
Periodical Press of Great Britain, 326

Baily (Michaei), the original of Westall's Woodman,
Pilgrim's Progress from Methodism to Christianity, 392
27

Bainbridge family, 15, 178
Puritan turned Jesuit, 131

Bainbridge (Card. Christopher), 16
Round Preacher, 27

Bainbridge (Dr. John), physician and astronomer, 16
Secret History of Europe, 476

Bairn's (i. e. child's) piece, 82
Serious and Comical Essays, 111

Baker-legged, a provincialism, 27
Thoughts on Early Ages of the Irish Nation, 248 |

Baker (Richard Westbrook), 78
Three Letters on the Present State of Italy, 164

Baldifout froin Ashantee, 166.
Tudor, a Prince of Wales, 326

Ball (Rev. John), noticed, 39
Vaccine Phantasmagoria, 13

Ballads, counterfeit, 284
Visit to Dublin, 529

Ballsbridge, near Dublin, its derivation, 203
Whole Duty of Man, 231

Balmoral memorial cairn, 45, 217
Williain III., An Impartial History of the Plots Ban, or Bari, of the Hindoos. 166
and Conspiracies, 230, 300

Banqueting-house, Whitehall, 196

Baptism of bells, 246, 381, 440

Bede (Cuthbert) on Provincial newspapers, 38
Baptismal names, objectionable ones, 508

St. Clement's day custom, 492
Barbour (John) Hart's edition of " The Bruce," 1

Sermons upon Inoculation, 95
Barefoot (John), letter-carrier at Oxford, 434

Shades, a public-house bar, 391
Barkwood (Lord), inquired after, 127

Spurgeon and George Herbert, 165
Barley wine, 399

Swing (Capt.), rick-burner, 398
Barn, mossing one, 28, 59

Stir-up Sunday, 495
Barnard (J. H.) en collection of Peter's pence, 49 Bede (the Venerable), “Commentary on the Penta-
Barnes (Juliana), “ The Book of St. Albans," 368

teuch," 127; his “Circuli,” 497
Barnes (W.) on Huishi, a local name, 128

Bedford (Jacquetta, Duchess of), her mother, 259, 260
Baron-Bailie Courts in Scotland, 515

Bedfordshire 16th regiment, its honours, 84
Barrett family, 410

Bed-gown and night-dress, 246, 332, 439, 460
Barringtons, epigram on the two, 245

Bedlam burial ground, 85
Barry (Rev. Richard), Rector of Upton Scudamore, 227 | Bedwell (Rev. Wm.), date of liis death, 228
Barthelemy (Dom), his Life, 63

Beefington (Milor), in “ The Rovers,” 452
Bartholomew (St.) church, Smithfield, 308

Beggars punished at Bath, 47
Bartlet (Sir Thomas), date of his death 228

Beisly (S.) on Dark House, 308
Bastard family of Kitley, 250

Eglantine-honeysuckle, 305
Bat, its habits, 86

Beke and Spekc farnilies, 86, 156
Bates (Wm.) on the bibliograplıy of the Devil, 478 Beke (Charles) on Thornton family, 412
Michael Johnson, &c., 388, 520

Bell, tradition of the wooden, 433
"Jolly Nose," a drinking song, 488

Bell inscriptions, 208
Landseer's Fable of the Monkey, 400

Bell literature, 52, 96
Letter of S. T. Coleridge, 467

Bell motto, 325
Settle (Elkanah), 394

Bells, baptisin of, 246, 381, 440; Dr. Parr's fondness
Swing, the rick-burner, 440

for, 257; peals of twelve, 96, 137, 240, 297
Bath, beggars punished at, 47; Hospital, 134, 256 Bells of Spain, 6
Baxter (W. E.) on Charity, a poem, 257

.ell (Dr. Wm.) on Gresham arms at Ilford, 175
Davy (Ellis), bis seal, 372

Jacob's staff, 115
Lewes and its annual commemoration, 209

Proverb in Apuleius, 157
London University, its history, 247

Ptolemy on Africa and the Nile, 105
Pew rents, 443

Treacle and oyster grottoes, 192
Postal system, 355

Bellas (George), inquired after, 146, 219, 256
Baylie (Richard), Dean of Salisbury, inscription on | Belloy (Card. John Baptist de), longevity, 107
Charles I., 441

Benedict XIV., his election to the popedom, 166, 260
Bayley (C. H.) on Walsall-legged, 119

Bensly (Agnes) on Schiller's Song of the Bell, 266
Bayly, or Bayley family, 351

Berkeley (Bisliop), new edition of his Works, 470
B. (C.), Madeira, on Anne Boleyn, a term of oppro Berinuda, its climate, 397
brium, 245

Berne, four Dominican friars burnt, 498
B. (C. A.) on satirical epitaph on Charles II., 259 Berry, or Bury,-a field at Bignor, 304, 401, 482, 529
B. (C. W.) on Cockpit at Whitehall, 71

Beta on satirical epitaph on Charles II., 189
Epigram, 59

Bethel (Slingsby), sheriff, 186
Shakspeare genealogy, 264

Bethel (Slingsby), Lord Mayor and M.P., 186
B. (D.) on Rev. William Eastmead, 258

Bewitched, relief for the, 184
B. (E.) on Bradmoor church, 27

B. (F. C.) on Fast, a provincialism, 363
Beef-eaters at fairs, 72

Gibraltar, 362
Bealby fainily, 393

Heath beer, 311
Beainont (W.) on song of the battle of Hexham, 56

March (Charles), 529
Bean feasts, their origin, 186, 260

Wife-sale, 324
Beattie (Dr. James), work on “ Scoticisms," 225, 272 | B. (H. A ) on Burnet family, 146
Beattie (James), early edition of his Poems, 319 Bhagavadgita, an epic poem, 166, 238, 279, 339
Beaumont (lirs. Agnes), Autobiograpliy, 300

Biaritz, its locality, 166
B. (E. C.) on Mirabeau a spy, 278

Bible, authorised Commentary, 424; the Treacle, 327
Bede (Cuthbert) on Baker and Walsall-legged, 27 Bible translators, dates of taeir death, 228, 278, 314,
Boone (James Shergold), 138

379
Christian names, 369

Bibliothecar. Chetham. on General Literary Index, 162
Dossity, its derivation, 349

Pamphlet, its derivation, 315
Fly, carriage so called, 345

Parr (Dr.), love of campanology, 257
Heath beer, 383

Source of the Nile, 13
Kemble's version of the Tempest, 44

Bibliothèque Impériale, Paris, admission to, 364
Lincolnshire proverb, 82

Biddulph (Charles), note in his book, 108
Muiberries, a Shakspearian club, 474

Bigot, its derivation, 39, 98, 137, 171
Mackinlay and the Laird of Largie, 492

| Billingsgate, the Dark House, 303
Oxford jeu d'esprit, 47

Bills of Mortality, number of parishes, 166, 219
Pen-tooth, 491

Billyng (Wm.), “ The Five Wounds of Christ,” 113, 172
Pershore bush-houses, 141

Bingham (C. W.) on Bridport history, 75

Bingham (C. W.) on Benedict XIV., 260

Codex Vaticanus, edit. 1859, 473
Handborough church, inscription, 508
Hopton family, 95
Irving's Greek Testament, 352
Melanchthon, 421, 498
Robinson (Rob.) and Cousin Phillis, 458

“ Siege of Belgrade,” 315
Birch (Mr. Serjeant John), Cursitor Baron, 319, 402
Birmingham, first book printed there, 388, 459, 520
Birth and death, coincidence of, 166, 256
Bishops' mitre, 419
Bishops' robes, 267, 359
Bishopstone church, its sun-dial, 230
Bis-sextile year, why the 24th February, 209, 257
Bivouac, its orthography, 80
B. (J.) on Bishops' robes, 267

Greek pronunciation, 216

Mævius, early notice of, 168
B. (J.), jun. on early paper mill, 298
B. J.), Derby, on Bishops' robes, 360
B. (J. MC.), Tasmania, on Sir Anthony Browne, 355

Trollope's monument at Gateshead, 354

Willis of Kirkoswald, co. Cumberland, 396
Blackbeard (Isaac) of Whitby, 372
Blackguard, its meaning, 295, 339
Blackloists, noticed, 64
Black Monday, 6, 58
Blackwood's Magazine, author of The World we Live

in,” 410
Blades (Wm.) on a bibliographical anecdote, 368

Indulgences printed by Caxton, 387

Sedechias, a philosopher, 9
Blair (D.), Melbourne, on Blackwood's Magazine, 410

Crabbe's poem “ The Levite,” 375
De Quincey's Works, 393
“Eikon Basilike Deutera,” 410

Van Etten's Mathematical Recreation, 355
Blair (Rev. David), father of the poet, letter, 426
Blair (Robert), plagiarism in “ The Grave,” 392, 442;

letter of his father, 426
Blast furnace, strange production from, 146, 217, 298
Blencowe (R. W.) on Herbert family, 229
Blewett (John) of Axbridge, bis will, 125
Blomfield (Bp), Greek phrase in his Glossary, 167, 197,

240, 255, 319, 339, 442
Blotting-paper, its early use, 497
Blount fainily of Bitton, 228, 298
Blownorton clock, 6
Bloxam family gathering, 409
B. (M.) on heraldic query, 372

“ Josephine's Address to Napoleon," 411
“ Boadicea," a play, 69, 139
Boating proverbs, 370, 436
Bobart (H. T.) on Dr. John Bainbridge, 16

Provincial newspapers, 38
Bochart, its pronunciation, 109, 157, 217, 361
Bockett (Julia R.) on Bainbrigg family, 178

Dudley family of Coventry, 7
Boggle, a provincialism, 108
Böhme (Jacob), his theology, 405.
Bohun (Mary), wife of Henry IV., wardrobe accounts,

188.
Boleyn (Anne), a term of opprobrium, 245, 404; her

grave, 36.
Borbastes Furioso, origin of the name, 451

Bone (J. W.) on London University, 317
Book Exchange, 40, 79
" Book of St. Albans,” the adventures of a copy, 368
“ Book of Sports,” its bibliography, 270
Books bought by the ton, 25, 253
Books, oil-stains removed from, 495
Books, three of the most popular in 1594, 470
Books recently published: -

Afternoon Lectures on English Literature, 423
Army Lists of Roundheads and Cavaliers, 120
Arnold Delahaize, 363
Autograph Souvenir, 384
Buchanan's Undertones, 529
Bede (Cuthbert), Tour in Tartan Land, 40
Book of Common Prayer, ornamented, 463
Brace's Races of the Old Worlds, 60
Bruce's Wallet Book of the Roman Wall, 160
Burns's Poems and Songs, 384
Calendar of State Papers, Foreign Series, 1558–

1559, 404
Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain and

Ireland: History of the Chartulary of St. Peter,

Gloucester, 444
Census of British Empire, 364
Chetham Society : History of the Chantries of

Lancaster, 100
Clarke's Shakspeare Characters, 200
Cresswell's History of Printing in Nottingham-

shire, 78.
Crossman's Young Man's Meditation, 200
Cruikshank's Discovery concerning Ghosts, 120
Dagmer's (Queen) Cross, 384
Defoe's Robinson Crusoe, 530
Denise, by the author of Mademoiselle Mori, 40
Doyle's Chronicle of England, 384
De la Rue's Diary and Calendar, 463, 510
Edwards's Portraits of Men of Eminence, 60
Fine Arts Quarterly Review, 78, 483
Foster's Essays on Decision of Character, 364
Fountains Abbey, Memorials of, 404
Gaspey's Guide to Tunbridge Wells, 220
Giraldus Cambrensis, Historical Works, 100, 279
Good Things for Railway Readers, 220
Hampole's Pricke of Conscience, 423
Hawker's Quest of the Sangraal, 530
Herald and Genealogist, 78
Hervey's Feast of Camelot, 363
History of the Holy Cross, 424
Hoare's English Words froin Latin Roots, 120
Home and Foreign Review, 320
Journal of Sacred Literature, 320
Lewin's Siege of Jerusalem, 463
Lirriper's (Mrs.) Lodgings, 484
London, Chronicles of the Mayors and Sheriffs, and

the French Chronicle, translated by Riley, 39
Longfellow's Tales of a Wayside Inn, 423
Longman's Lectures on the History of England, 60
Low's Charities of London, 160
Lowndes' Bibliographer's Manual, 320
New Testament Illustrated, 444
Nicholls's Forest of Dean, 320
Novello (Vincent), Life and Labours, 444
Phillimore's Reign of George the Third, 20
Prior’s Popular Names of British Plants, 444
Quarterly Review, 100, 364

Books recently published: -

Rawdon (Marmaduke), his Life, 160
Sandys's History of the Violin, 509
Sedgwick's Index to Hymn Writers, 200
Shakspeare's Works, by Clark and Glover, 20; re-

printed by Booth, 510
Shakspeare's Works, by Dyce, 483
Sharpe's Egyptian Mythology, 78
Sherer's Desk-book of English Synonymes, 463
Sir Guy de Guy, 510
Smiles's Industrial Biography, 444
Sinith's History of the World, 483
Surtees Society: Heraldic Visitations of the Nor-

thern Counties, 100
Sussex Archæological Collections, 220
Taylor's German Fairy Tales, 364
Walbran's Memorials of Fountains Abbey, 404
Wheeler's Hand -Book of Cotton Cultivation, 364
Willcock on the Ocean, River, and Shore, 160
Williams's Dogs and their Ways, 424
Worcester and Worcestershire Antiquities, 60

Year-Books, temp. Edward I., 220
Bookbinding, ancient, 448
Bookworm on Mirabeau, a spy, 226
Boone (Rev. James Shergold), 35, 98, 138, 153, 299
Booterstown, near Dublin, 276, 339
Booth (Jobn) on epigram by D'Israeli, 128

Epigram on Lord Jolin Russell, 129, 217
Gray's epigram on Dr. Smith, 268
Hook (Theodore), lines on Moore, 128
Johnson (Dr.), portraits, 209

Schwartzenburg's epigram on bayonets, 129
Booth (Joseph), polygraphic exhibition, 393
Boscobel (T. C.) on Vitruvius in Englishı, 279
Boswell (James), his ride to Tyburn, 186, 232
Boucher and Bowden at St. Dunstan's, 325
Bouman, a Scottish farm servant, 37, 95, 173
Bourne (Vincent), epitaph, 515
Bowden (Rev. John), of Frome, 431, 504
Bowes family and the rising in the North, 8
Bowle (Rev. John), noticed, 227, 334
Bowles family, 437
Bowser (W. A.) on Alessandro Stradella, 9
Boyd (Hugh Stuart), biography, 458
Boyle (Charles), son of the first Earl, 496
Braddon (Laurence), and the death of the Earl of

Essex, 500
Bradmoor church, near Nottingham, 27
Brannock (St.), traditionary notices, 29
Bray family pedigree, 28, 98, 173
Brent (Algernon) on Peter Dos, a poet, 186
Bretagne, saints of, 353
Brettingham (Matthew), architect, 458
“ Breviary of Aberdeen," early edition, 1
Brian, King and martyr, 304, 360
Bridport, its local history, 27, 75, 138, 139, 176
Bright (Geo.), Dean of St. Asaph, family, 305
Bristol (John Hervey, Earl of ), noticed, 147
Brockman (Rev. Thomas), noticed, 37
Brodie family of Lethen, 209
Brodie (Deacon), name of his mother, 372
Brooke (Sir Basil), of Madeley, Shropshire, 81, 136
Brooks (Thoinas), birth-place and birth-date, 228
Brown (J. A.) on Flamborough tower, 231, 315
Browne family gathering, 462

Browne (Sir Anthony), portraits, 355, 528
Browne (Claude Scott), Mrs. Hemans's brother, 324,

360
Browne (Lieut-Col. George), youngest brother of Mrs.

Hemans, 482
Bryans (J. W.) on herald query, 69
Bryndley family of Wistaston, &c., arms, 50
B. (S.) on James Burnet, landscape painter, 292
B. (T.) on origin of bean feasts, 186

Braddon (Laurence), 500
Davy (John), musical composer, 396
Executions for murder, 335, 506
Franchise in Greenock, 296
Goose tenure, 268
Parody by Gostling, 244
Potato and point, 496
Potwalloping franchise, 168
Shurley (J.), 499
Southcott (Joanna), works, 476
Sermons upon Inoculation, 13
Sterne (Laurence), 400
Swing, 339
Thoinpson (Rev. Peter), 337
Upper Eldon parish, 266
Yorkshire words and phrases, 108

Zincography, 339.
B. (T. M.) on Cowthorpe oak, 432
B (T. N.) on " Miller of the Dee,” its locale, 49
Buchanan (James), “ Pronouncing Dictionary,” 521
Buckingham water-gate, 108, 173
Buckton (T. J.) on bed-gown and night-dress, 332

Bhagavadgita, an epic poem, 238, 339
Binding a stone in a sling, 137, 259
Bishops' robes, 359
Bissextile day, 257
Boating proverb, 436
Bochart, its pronunciation, 157
Christiern (Prince) of Denmark, 96, 197
Coal at Oxford, 319
Codex Vaticanus, 528
Danish invasion, the first, 58
Duchtich, in Lord Hervey's Memoirs, 265
Eglantine, 379
Fast = swift, 158
French wine disused in 1749, 259
Greek phrase in Plutarch, 197, 319
Greek pronunciation, 216
Mediatised German princes, 316
Myms, its etymology, 258
Normandy, 443
Oriental queries, 442
"Oows and 'Ayios, 523
Papa and Mamma, 379
Postal system, 356
Scottish for Scotch, 523
Septuagint, authorised version, 379
-ster, as a termination, 351
Stonehenge, 277
Substantia, as used by Greek and Latin writers, 58

Um-Elia : Amelia, 336
Buff, its meaning, 287, 337, 403, 443
Bull (Bp. George), wedding-ring motto, 177
Bulls Run, jeu d'esprit on the battle, 255

Bullen (Wm.), M.D., noticed, 164
| Bulstrode (Mrs.), the Court Pricelle, 150, 198

Bunbury (H. W.), engravings, 48, 172

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