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Altilium, a coin, 143
A. on Stafford family, 387

American literary men, their wealth, 47
A. (A. M. B.) on “ It's a far cry to Loch Awe," 42 Amies (E.) on Dandy rolls, 534
Lake dwellings on Lough Much, 42

Ammergau passion play, 296, 487
Abbba on the Rev. H. F. Cary, 137

Aparkala, favourite wife of Akbar, 321
Cary (Bishop Mordecai), 465

Anár-Kalli, page of the emperor of Hindu:lan, 385
German Lutheran church, Dublin, 545

Angelo (Michael), “ Last Judgment," 258
Irish car and noddy, 23

| Anglesey (Marquis of), anecdote, 196
Accidents Compensation Bill, 280, 373, 466

Anglo-Scotus on William Baliol, 432

Bothwell (Francis, Earl of), 177
A. (D.) on Domesday representatives, 208

Bruce (Robert), bones and coffin-nails, 378
Adam of Orleton, bishop of Winchester, 53, 308

Fraser: Frisel, 330
Addis (John) on blink ver. wink, 460

Laird, who is one? 243
Chaucer's “Shipman," 208; “Schoo," 361; 1 Priory of St. Ethernan, 376

“After oon," * Stoor," 386; “ Col-Fox," and Roger (Sir William), Kot., 242
“ Gattothed," 418

Spitten Laird, 310"
Chevisaunce, 343

"Anima Christi,” its author, 322, 374,506
"Dolopathos, the King and Seven Wise Men," 111 | Anne (Queen), fifty new churches, 112; correspondence
Devil beating his wife, 400
Merks, bishop of Carlisle, 190

Aone of Denmark, consort of James I., engraving, 539
Poetry of the clouds, 397
Point de vice, 445

Anonymous Works :-
Retchet, 440

Barnes (Betty), her History, 342
Schoolmaster abroad in Staffordshire, 465

Bertrand, or Memoirs of a Northumbrian Noble-
“Stewing in their own gravy,” 272

man, 95
Story of a statue, 200

Confessions of a Gamester, 474
Vese: feeze: feaze, 294

Conciliad, satirical poem, 161, 270
Warm = wealthy, 84

Essays on the Sources of Pleasure from Literary

Compositions, 474
Ætolus (Alexander), Greek poet, 221, 292

Essays, Divine, Moral, and Political, 418
A. (G.) on “Owl! that lovest the boding sky," 292 Exercises, Instructive and Entertaining, 403
A. G. E.) on Sydney Godolphin, 462

First Impressions, or a Day in India, 266, 35+
Ainger (Alfred) on " Absalom and Achitophel,” 532 Fox's Martyrs, a satire, 388
"Heart of hearts,” 399

History of Edward II., 1680, 298
A. (J.) on Mortimer, Earl of March, 209

Jessamy (Jenny), her History, 342
Albaney and Amondeville family arms, 234, 312, 378 Johnson (Dr. Samuel), Life, 43
Albert (Prince), a practical engraver, 20

Judgment on a Threefold Order of Bishops, 493
Alcestis, Mr. Leighton's picture of, 512

Lay of the Scottish Fiddle, 16
Alcock (Bp. John), family and arms, 122, 334

Lexiphanes, 15
Alford (Dr. Henry), dean of Canterbury, death, 67, Mary Magdalen's Tears wip't off, 95
87

Mela Britannicus, 76
Alldridge (R. W.) on voyageur pigeons, 284

Memoirs of an Old Wig, 474
Alsace and Lorraine and Napoleon dynasty, 281

Napoleon, the First Bouk of, +55

A. (W. E. A.) on tea, early notice of, 139

Witchcraft in 1868, 53
Axon (W. E. A.) on the first book prieted in Man.

chester, 64
“ Hierusalem! my happie home," 151
Lines on the human ear, 334

Reasons for going to church, 99
Ayres family surname, 386, 447, 507

Anonymous Works :-

Pleasing Melancholy, 54
Poems on the Four Last Things, 535
Rome in the Nineteenth Century, 33
Shrubs of Parnassus, 410, 448, 549
Thirty Letters on Various Subjects, 474
Thoughts of Patricius, 97
Volume of Smoke in Two Puffs, 474
Warreniana, 15

Whitehall, or the Days of George IV., 15
Anselm, abp. of Canterbury, lines on bis death, 364
Anson frigate, accounts of its wreck, 305
A. (O. S.) on Badger, 166

La Caracole, 34
Ap Coillus on Grantham inn signs, 440
Applegath (Augustus), his death, 153
Arabic numerals in Wells cathedral, 282, 375
Arbuthnot, its pronunciation, 342, 419
Arbuthnot (Dr. Alexander), 8
Arc (Joan d'), her death, 409, 508
Archæological Institute, collection of early printed

books, 422
Arche (Elizabeth de l'), her dream, 409
Archer family, 387
Archer (George), M.D., his family, 365
Archer (T. X. S.) on the wreck of the “ Temple,"

365
Archer's Court in Kent, its owners, 41
Arden family of Wilmcote, co. Warwick, 118, 169
Argyll family, its history, 316
Armour, old families without coat, 344, 420, 481
Arnold (Dr. Thomas), allusion to a great man, 209,
Art, the modern use of the word, 89, 224, 247
Artburian localities, 281
Arthur's Wain, constellation of the Great Bear, 512
Arundel castle, origin of the name, 234
Arundello castle in Piedmont, 234
A. (S.) on epigram by Samuel Rogers, 388

Rogers (Nehemiah), 77
Ashburner family of Furness, 131, 227
Ashmolean Museum, lecture on it, 67
A. (T.) on the meaning of fog, 217
Atheist's prophecy fulfilled, 76
Atkinson (G.) on Hogarth's book-plates, 304
Atkinson (J. C.) on British scythed chariots, 460

Cleveland funeral usages, 298
Sheffield folk-lore, 439

“Skerring upon a glave glatten," 265
A. (T. S.) on Ř. P. Bonington, artist, 141

G. Camphausen, artist, 188

" The Prodigal Son," a print, 150
Attic talent, its value, 363
A. (T. V.) on the veto at papal elections, 163
Audley (Ralph) of Sandbach, 11
Auretti (Madlle.), dancer, portrait, 322
Aurora borealis, 106
Austin family, 342; arms, 75
Austin (T.), jun., on “ The Lamentation of a Sinner,

376
Automaton chess-player, 63
Avery family pedigree, 161, 288
Avery (Parson), "Swan song," 20, 148, 288, 433
A. (W. E. A.) on automaton chess-player, 63

Rosemary used at funerals, 348
Simonides and the “Codex Sinaiticus," 77

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B. (A.) on “ Summum jus, summa injuria," 400
Babel, the builders of, 316
Babies' bells, 21, 45, 133, 201, 291
Bacon (Francis), Baron Verulam, his Queen's counsel-

ship, 188, 291
Badger, a corn-dealer, 166, 245
Badwell Ash church screen, 517
Bailes (John), longevity, 254
Baily (J.) on Rev. Nehemiah Rogers, 179
Bainbridge (H. A.) on Leavenworth family, 364

Heraldic crest, 535

Selby family, 516
Baker (Mrs. Barwick) on Wm. Fenwick, 235
Baliol (Sir Wm.), 302, 432, 506
Ballad airs, traditional, 355
Ballad printers' succession, 187
Ballasalley, origin of the name, 176, 313
Balloon post and the siege of Paris, 207, 270, 275
Balloons and newspapers, 141
Ballycollitan, co, Tipperary, 122
Bannister (J.) on Cornish spoken in Devonshire, 353
Baptism for the dead, 107, 263, 377
Baptismal customs in the Highlands, 51, 267
Baptista (Joannes), " Commentary on Aristotle," 342
Barbados parish registers, 387, 496
Barber (H.), M.D. on Bishop Jobn Fell, 283

Lancashire funeral customs, 231
Barber (John), king of Throstle Hall, 119
Barbers' forfeits, 22
Barker and Burford's panoramas, 279, 432
Barkley (C. W.) on churches in Roman camps, 24
Barnes (Dr. Albert), his death, 47
Barningham church screen, 517
Barns, mediæval, 95, 224
Baron Baillie, his duties, 72
Bar-Point on an extraordinary memory, 471
Barrett (A. E.) on Madlle. Auretti, 322
Barrington (R.) on "Stewing in their own gravy," 522
Barrow in heraldry, 474, 527
Baskerville (Thomas), portrait, 429, 486
Bates (A. H.) on anonymous works, 474

Etchings, 474
Bates (Wm.) on the aurora borealis, 106

Bookworm ravages, 346
“Eikon Basilike," its author, 225
Ecstatica of Caldaro, 193, 350
Fraser's gallery of portraits, 211
Hair growing after death, 131
Hervey (Rev. James) and Hogarth, 255
Mont Valérien, 135
Nicholson (Renton) " Baron," 286
Parodies, works on, 15, 177
Royal topography, 20
Sun never sets on British dominions, 4821
Thomson (James), a Druid, 485
Toadstone, 540

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