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PAGE
"Stools, the casting of the, the Treasury, i. 4; em-

in St Giles's Church, ployed in this work in
Edinburgh, ii. 108, 109 reference to dates pre-
Storace, Anna Selina, . ii. 138 vious to 1752, i. 58, note
, Stephen,

i. 391 Subscription, first instance
Storck, Anabaptist fanatic, i. 40 in England of publishing
Storer, James Sargent, ii. 730 a book by,

i. 552
Storm, the great, ií, 622-625 Succor Benoth, a medieval
Stormont, Viscount, and his demon,

ii. 723
wife Marjory

Scott,

Suchet, Duke of albuera-
parents of Lord Mans-

i, 321
i. 400 Suckling, Sir John, notice
Storms, equinoctial, : ii. 365

i. 786, 787
Stothard, C. A., .

ii. 23 Sudeley Castle, fancy balls
Thomas, i. 556; ii. 230 at,

i. 18+
Stow, John, historian, i. Sue, Eugene,

. ii. 164
478; quoted, i, 69, 108;

Jean Joseph, ii. 676
126, 305, 574, 575, 782, Suffolk, Charles Brandon,
783; ii. 86; notice of -

Duke of, married

to
i. 478, 479 Henry VIII.'s sister,' ii. 428
Stowell, Baron, ii. 459 Suffolk, Henry Grey, Duke
Strachan, Admiral, i. 216

of,

i. 280
school-friend of Suffolk, Mary Tudor,
Lord St Vincent,

i. 79
Duchess of,

i. 810
Strachan, William, ii. 38 Suffolk, Thomas Howard,
Strafford, Thomas Went-

Earl of,

i, 689
worth, Earl of, i. 503, Suffolk, William de la Pole,
622; notice of,

622, 623

first Duke of, prophecy
Strand, celebrated May-pole regarding his death, i. 399

i. 576, 577 Suffolk, country supersti-
Strange, Sir Robert, ii. 53 ; tions of, i. 678, 752; mar-
Jacobitical engraving as riage-customs of, .722, 723

ii. 235 Sugar, quantities of, used
Strangeways, Lady Susan, i. 254 by King John of France,
Stratford, Lieutenant,

. i. 435

when captive in England --
Jubilee, account

i. 489
of the,

ii. 317-320 Suhm, Peter Frederick, ii, 464
Stratford-on-Avon, Shak Sully, Duke of, ii. 687, 725;

speare's connection with, his disagreements with
i. 542-544; Shakspeare

Gabrielle d'Estrées, i. 494

ii. 486 Sulpicius Severus, St, i. 156
Strathfillan, Holy Pool of --

the Pious, St, i. 124
i. 78, 79

second, St, i. 124
Strawberry Hill, celebrated Sulzer, John George, . ii. 451

mansion of Horace Wal Samner, Archbishop, . ii. 317
pole,

i. 323, 324 Sun, Dr Elliott's theory
Strength, remarkable feats regarding the, ii. 39;
of,

ii. 202 spots in the, 672; ancient
Strickland, Hugh Edward, i. 321 worship of the Pagan
Strode, one of the fire festival of Yule in honour
members,'
i. 49 of,

745, 746
"Strong Woman, William Sun-dials and hour-glasses-
Hutton's, .
ii. 23

ii. 712-714
Struensee, Count, i. 557 Sunday, interpositions to
Strutt, Jedediab, partner of attest sacredness of-laws
Arkwright,

ii. 166 for the observance of,
Strutt, Joscph,

ii. 451 i. 524, 525; sports on,
Struvius, George Adam, ii. 698 authorised,

Mr
Strype, Kev. John, ii. 687; Pepy's manner of spend-
quoted,

665 ing, 682-684 ; superstition
Stuart, Daniel,

ii. 267 regarding an open grave
Dr Gilbert, ii. 210

on, ii. 52 ; cutting the
Stuart, Ferdinand Smyth, nails on, 322; evening of
extraordinary attack by,

a Scottish, 384; a London,
on Dr Jenner,

i. 628, 629 a hundred years ago, 767-771
Stuart, James,

i. 212 Sunderland, Dorothy Sid-
-, centenarian-

ney, Countess of. See
i. 406

Sidney.
Stuart, Lady Arabella, ii. Sunderland, Earl of, under-

344; mediates on behalf hand proceedings of, in
of Sir Henry Yelverton,

reference to South-sea
i. 88, 89; notice of, . ii. 315 scheme,

i. 148
Stuart, Prince llenry Bene Superstitions, in relation to
dict, Cardinal York,

. i. 289

marriage, i. 719; about
Stuart, royal family of, devo diseases, 732,733; regard-

tion of Scottish Episcopal ing bees, 752 ; connected
Church to, i. 166; court with St John's Eve, 815,
fools under the,

183, 184 816; abont new-born
Stuart statues, some, ii. 484, 485 children, ii. 39; regarding
Stubbe, Henry,

i. 305 death, 52, 53; household,
Study, judicious method 104, 105; regarding the

pursued by Dr Boyse moon and weather, 202,

with respect to, . i. 107, 108 203; miscellaneous, 321-
Stukeley, Dr William, i. 323; popular, 433-436,
327 ; il. 556; notice of 495; Halloween, 519-522;

i. 329, 330 regarding Childermas
Stukely, Thomas, notice of - or Innocent's Day, 776

ii. 135, 133 Supple, Mark, anecdote of -
Sturm, Christopher Chris-

ii. 657, 658
tian,

ii. 271 Surajah Dowlah, nabob of
Sturm, John,
1. 327 Bengal,

i. 226
Sturmius, James, ii. 516 Suranus, St,

i, 156
Sturton, Sir William, cu Surgery, obligations of, to

riou agreement relative Sir Astley Cooper, i. 249, 250

to marriage of his son, i. 476 Surtees, Robert, i. 457;
Style, change of, i. 4, 105 literary imposture of, 458
-, old, still observed in Susanna, St,

ii. 203

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PAGB
Suspended animation, re Talbot, John, Earl of
markable cases of,

ii. 488
Shrewsbury,

ii. 89
Suspension Bridge. See Bridge. Talbot, Lord Chancellor, i. 253
Sussex, Duke of, his an Talents, from which parent
nulled marriage,

ii. 195 usually derived, i. 235, 236
Sussex, smugglers of, in Talfourd, Sir T. N., i. 165, 363
last century,

i. 246 Tallard, Camille, Duke de-
Sutherlandshire, notice of

i. 253, 327
a remarkable murder in Talleyrand, Cardinal, ii. 365
i. 394, 395

-Perigord, Charles
Swallows, migration of, ii. 400 Maurice de, i. 252, 645;
Swartz, Olaf,
ii. 352 notice of,

647
Sweating sickness, the-

Tallien, Jean Lambert, ii. 584

i. 518, 519 Tallies, exchequer, ii. 310
Sweden, old marriage cus Tallis, Thomas,

ii. 609
toms of, i. 720; its great Tally, washing, ii. 231-233
monarch, Gustavus Adol Talma, French tragedian,
phus,

ii. 551-553 i. 115, 502 ; ii. 469;
Swedenborg, Emmanuel de, notice of, i. 117; last
i. 186, 435; notice of, 186, 187 words of,

378
Sweyn, of Denmark, i. 216 Tamerlane. See Timur.
Swidbert, or Swibert, St, i. 315 Tanco, or Tatto, St, i. 260
Swieten, Gerard Van-

Tannahill, Robert, i. 730

i. 606, 791 Tanner, Bishop Thomas-
Swift, a pamphleteer, i. 686

i. 158, 224
Dean, ii. 469, 636; Tansy-cakes and puddings,
his allusion to the um-

favourite Easter dishes-
brella, i. 242 ; his ballad

i. 425, 429
of Duke upon Duke quoted, Tar-water, Bishop Ber-
410; his ridicule of Sir keley's exalted estimate
John Vanbrugh, 422; of its virtues,

i. 108
April jest concocted by, Tarachus, St,

ii. 432
and his friends, 462; the Tarasius, St,

i. 296
Beggars' Opera suggested Taric, Moorish general-
by, 593; alleged origin of

ii. 125, 126
his hostility to Dryden, Tarleton, Dick, notice of
627; expense of his

ii. 307, 308
lodging in London, ii, Tarrat, Isaac, a fortune-
385; notice of, 470-472; teller,

i. 253
bis satire on the tea Tartiné, Joseph,

i. 298
table,

667 Tasso, Torquato, i. 356,
Swine,' privilege allowed 551; last words of, 377
bakers in keeping,

i. 121 Tate, commander of French
Swinton May-songs, i. 546-548 invading force, . i, 288
Swiss, their victory

Tate, Nahum, his version
Morat, i. 808; Tir Federal of the Psalms, ii. 205, 209, 210
of the, ii, 15, 16; guards,

Tatler, quoted, ii. 167-169
massacred at the Tuileries-

female, quoted, i. 243

201, 202 | Tavernier, French traveller-
Swithin's Day, St, ii. 61-64, 203

i. 484
Switzerland, the Reforma Taverns, old London, i. 535-539
tion introduced into, by Tawdry, origin

of the
Zwingli,

ii. 432, 433
term, .

ii. 459
Sword-dance, performed at Taxes imposed by Pitt, ii. 626, 627
Whitby, on Plough Mon Taylor, Brook, ii. 233, 782

i. 96

Chevalier, quack
Sword, form of vow, by

oculist,

i. 793
placing the right thumb Taylor, Dr Rowland, i. 234
on the blade of a, i, 359

Jeremy, ii. 164;
Swords, wearing of, pro-

quoted,

748
hibited by Beau Nashi, at Taylor, Mr James, ii. 10, 11
Bath,

i. 218

the Water Poet,'
Syagirus, $t,

ii. 275 his description of Shrove
Sydenham, Dr Thomas, ii. Tuesday, i. 237, 238; his

782; improved mode of complaints against hack-
treating fevers intro

ney-coaches, 459, 460;
duced by,

i. 389, 390 quoted, 767; his visit to
Sydenham, Lord, ii. 354 St Winifred's Well, ii. 6;
--, the Burns cen-

bis visit to Scotland, 181,
tenary celebration at, ii. 95 182 ; his account of Old
Sylvester II., Pope. See

Parr,'

582, 583
Gerbcrt.

Taylor, William Cooke, li. 335
Sylvester Gozzolini, St, ii. 619

Zachary,

ii. 38
-, St,

li. 787 Tea, price of, in 1728, 1. 57;
Symington, carly construc-

introduction of, il. 666, 607
tor of steam-vessels, ii. 10, 11 Tea-gardens, old suburban-
Symmachus, St,
ii. 86

ii. 71-75
Symphorian, St,
ii. 244 Tecla, St,

ii. 417
Symphorosa, St,

ii. 82

Teeth, graves plundered
Synclctica, St,

i. 53
to obtain,

i. 252
Syra, St,

i. 752 Teglas' Well, St, • ii. 6, 7
Syria, Mehemet Ali's con Tegner, Esaias,

il. 538
quest and surrender of, ii. 162 Telegram, the Royal, across

the Atlantic, ii. 250, 251
Tabbs. Sce Ebba.

Telegraph, electric, its pos-
Tablets, metal and other, sibility anticipated in 17th
used as writing materials century, i.773; erroneous

ii. 163 assertion regarding, . ii. 23
Tacitus, his life of Agricola - Télémaque, Fenelon's rom-
i. 778 ance of,

i. 68
Tagliacozzi, Gaspar, ii. 556 Telescope, the, invented by
Tailoring, curious instance Galileo,

i. 74
of rapid,
i, 825 Telesphorus, St,

i. 53
Talbot, Francis, Earl of Telford, Thomas,
Shrewsbury, bis encoun Tellier, François le,

il. 68
ter with Duke of Buck-

Michael lo, ii. 506
ingham,
i. 129, 130 Temperance, its effects in

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1. 141 VE, 26; Gruese

Tel. 09 o, fi. 153;

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Chast, i. Ws; 9011-

TOOT-avent on Leica
11. 149

75, 757 Bridge,
11.773

Tine, On, 272,

i. 2

Tournaments, mock, . ii
Timr teneat, coitora
Thomas, 2011-

Tournefort, Joseph Picos de
riig ol, 1. On history

1. 788; ii. 777
Ol, 1. 137 ; testimonial
wn, the sun worshiyah

Tourte, a species of bread-
hmyzonie inny

Devented to proprietors

i. 119
li. 719
11,61% 1 hesterly, alph,

ol, 666, 667; first printed

Tourville, Admiral de, . i. 6:3
i. 226
Ibon, Glastonbury, legend

by stem,

032, 633 Tower-bill, a rendezvous
Timmy, Colonel, nephew of

of mountebanks, I. 512,
11. 759, 719

ij. 620

513; Lords Kilmarnock
1, 521 Timoleon,

. ii. 698 and Balmerino beheaded

Timothy, st,
test perforined by, 1. 101, 562

1. 156 on,
Thaumbill, Sir James, 1,691;

St, other two

Tower of London, death of
saints of this name-

Duke of Clarence in, i.
692

11. 235, 244

271; wild beasts formerly
1, 611
Thorpe Jail, lekend of the
Timur, or Tamerlane, Eastern

kept in the, 730, 731;
conqueror,

1. 457 burned,
Green Lyol,, 11, 141 143
Thorvaldeen, Bertel or Albert

Tinchebrai, hattle of, 1. 384,385 Towers, Dr Joseph,
Tindal, Dr Matthew, notice

Townsend, Sir Roger, . i. 754
1. 414, 093
1.715, 720 Thou, Jacques Auguste de

ii. 226

W. C.,
Tindal, Nicholas, :

1. 821 Townshend,

Commodore
1.606; 11.427 ; notice of, 1. 007 | Tippoo Sahlb, 1. 591; slain
II. 230, 37% Thule, Mrs. Seo l'iozzi.

George,
1. 234 Thrueilla, mt,

at Seringapatam,

592 Townshend, Hon. Charles,
11. 733
"Three children allding on
Tir Federal, the, or Rifle

ii. 313; notice of, i. 154, 155
the loe,' origin of rhyme.

Shooting-match, ll. 15,

Towse, Mr, story of ghost

16; engraving of Hall of
110
90, 97

appearing to,
H, 650, 607

16 Towton, battle of, 1.499, 508, 545

.

ii. 516, 517

1. 449

i. 609

i. 80

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PAGB
Tracie, testament of Master Tunbridge Wells, gaieties
William,

ii. 429, 430 of, in last century, i. 760, 761
Tracy, William de, one of Tungland, the abbot of, his
Becket's murderers-

unsuccessful attempt at
ii. 783
flying,

ii. 722
Tradescants, the, eminent Tunstali, Bishop,

ii. 591
family,
ii. 686, 687

Dr James, i. 432
Tradition, instances of popu Turenne, Henri, Vicomte
verified, i. 337, 338 de,

ii. 127, 334
Trafalgar, effect of victory

Turgot, A. R: J., :

i. 615
of, on Pitt, i. 151; rclics

--, confessor to Queen
of Nelson, connected with Margaret of Scotland-
battle of,
ii. 479, 480

ii. 581, 585
Traitors' Gate, Old London Turiaf, St,

ii. 50
Bridge,

ii. 158 Turibius, si, bishop of
Trajan, Emperor, ii. 154, 352 Astorga,

i. 517
Tramway, the first road Turketul, abbot of Croy-
ii. 116, 117 land,

i. 301
Transfiguration, the, of Our Turkey, maintenance of
Lord,

ii. 180 female jesters in hareems
Travellers, bequests for the of, i. 181; Lady M. W.

guidance of, ii. 282, 283 Montagu's visit to, ii. 242, 243
Travelling, improvement Turks, their retreat from
in rapidity of, introduced Vienna,

ii. 337
by Palmer, ii. 226-229; Turnebus, Adrian, i. 774
Madame Pfeiffer, an en Turner, J. M. W., notice of -
thusiast in,
504-506

ii. 714, 715
Travers, Benjamin, i. 335 --, Mrs Anne, ii. 579;
Treasure, discoveries of,

notice of,

580, 581
i. 337, 338; burying of - Turner, Sharon, i. 252; ii. 376

495, 496

Turninus, St,
Treasure trove, law of -

Turnspits, dogs used as, in
i. 495, 496

former times, . i. 489-491
Tredgold, Thomas,

ii. 214 Tussaud, Madame, i. 517;
Trecs, destruction of, by

her wax-work exhibi
frost, at Christmas of tion,

517
1860,

ii. 761 Tusser, Thomas, quoted-
Trelawny, Bishop, zeal of

i. 70; ii. 100, 101
the Cornish people on his Tutbury, the minstrels' fes-
behall,

i. 747
tival at,

ii. 224-226
Tremeirchion, North Wales, Tweddell, John,
legend connected with Twelfth-cakes, custom of,
tomb in church of,

1. 807 1.62; splendour of, in Lon-
Trench, Dean, . ii. 327 don confectioners' shops, 64
Trenchard, Sir Thomas, i. 367 Twelfth Day. See Epiphany,
Trenck, Baron Franz von,

Eve, i. 53;
i. 23; notice of,

260, 261
festival of,

55, 56
Trenck, Baron Friedrich Twelfth-night cards, i. 63

von der, i. 260; ii. 123 Twickenham, Pope's houso
Trent, the Council of, . ii. 688

and garden at,

i. 703, 704
Tresain, St,

i. 228 Twiss, Horace, . i. 591
Treves,' the Holy Coat of Tyburn, notice of, ii. 557, 558
its exhibition in 1844 Tychsen, Olaus Gerhard, il 785

i. 420, 421 Tye, Christopher, vorsificr
Trewvas, Joseph, winner of of Scripture,

the Victoria Cross, 1. 319 Tyers, Jonathan, proprietor
Triboulet, French court fool of Vauxhall in last cen-
i. 184 tury,

i. 690, 691
Triers, the martyrs of, ii. 413 Tygrius, St,

i. 97
Trimmer, Mrs Sarah, ii. 698 Tyler, Wat, i. 781 ; story of
Tring, a man and his wife his death at the hand of
murdered at, for witch-

Sir William Walworth, ii. 691
craft,

ii. 219, 250 Tyndal, William, the first
Trinity Gask Weli, Perth printed English transla-
shire,

ii. 6 tion of the Bible by, . i. 163
Trinity Sunday,
i. 669 Tyrannio, St,

i. 277
the, St Patrick's Tyrconnel, Duke and
illustration of doctrine Duchess of-history and
of,

i. 384 melancholy end of the
Triple fight, ihe shrewsburg latter,

i. 310
1. 129, 130 Tyringham, Master, a cler-
Triumph Tavern, the,. i. 535 Byman, brutal treatment
Tromp, Cornelius, 1. 667 of, by dragoons, i. 767
Martin Harperizoon Tyrol, Easter singers in thc-
ii. 148

i. 431, 132
Tron, St,

ii. 609 Tyrone, John, second Earl
Troubadours, the, severe of, story of his ghost ap-

censors of manners, . 1. 404 pearing to Lady Beres-
Troughton, Edward, i. 774 ford,

i. 785, 786
Trousers, first introduced Tyrrel, sir Walter, William

into army costume, i. 794 Rufus killed by, ii. 160
Trumbull, Sir William, ii. 693 Tyrwhitt, Thomas, ii. 215
Trypho, St,

ii. 565 Tytler, Alexander Fraser, ii. 447
Tuam, appearance of extra-

, James, the first Brit-
ordinary light at, i. 40 ish voyager in a balloon-
Tubular Bridge. See Bridge.

ii. 317
Tucker, Abraham, ii. 595 Tytler, hereditary talents
-, Dean Josiah, ii. 542 of family of,

i. 236
Tudor, Sir Owen,

i. 212
Tufnell, Mr,
i. 495 Ubaldus, St,

i. 639
Tuileries, massacre of the Uffington Castle, ancient
* Tenth of August' at the-

encampment,

li. 778
ii. 201, 202 Ugliness, Heidegger's re-
Tull, Jethro, experimenter markable, ii. 313, 314
in agriculture,

i. 730 Uhland, Johann Ludwig, í: 555
Tunbridge, custom at gram-

Ulm, effect of surrender of,
mar-school of,

i. 239
on l'itt,

i. 151

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PAGE
Ulmar, or Wulmar, St, fi. 89 Vatican, collection of sacred
Ulpian, St,

i. 470
relics in the,

i. 102
Ulric, St,

ii. 20 Vauban, Sebastian de, i. 411, 570
Ulrick, St,

i. 277 Vaughe, or Vorech, St, i. 781
Ultan, St,

ii. 311 Vauvilliers, Jean François-
Umbrella, history of the--

ii. 105
i. 241-244 Vauxhall, history of, i. 690-692
Undertakers, jovialitics of - Vedast, St,

i. 226
engraving the Merry-

Vega, Felix de la
i. 330, 331 notice of,

ii. 271, 615
Undertakers''Arms,'satire Vegetables, in 13th century-
by Hogarth, i. 792, 793

ii, 694
Uniformity, Act of, ii. 262 Vegetarianism, bencficial
United States, national flag effect of, on Dr Cheyne, i. 500

of the supposed to be Vehicles, largo-wheel, Mr
derived from Washing-

Moore's introduction of, ii. 89
ton's shield, i. 286 ; Veitch, Mr William, Pres-
threatened disruption of byterian clergyman, . i. 219
the, in 1831--Mr Cal Velasquez, Diego, i. 740; ii. 180
houn's remarks,
451 Venantius, St,

i. 649
Unlucky days, popular no Vendome, Louis Joseph,
tions regarding, . 1, 41, 42

Duc de,

i. 769; ii. 5
Unreason, the abbot of, ii. 742 Venerand, St,

i. 678
Upas-tree, Steeven's fiction Vonice, the mountebanks of,
regarding the

. ii. 689

j. 511, 512; Sanazzaro's
Upcott, William, ii. 372 ; eulogium on,

ii. 132
notice of,
373, 374 Ventriloquism, fatal

em-
Upsala, Linnæus a student ployment of,

ii. 403
and professor at univer Ventura, Father,

ii. 164
sity of,

i. 676, 677 Vera Íconica, legendary
Uranus,' discovery of the portrait of the Saviour-
planet,
i. 366

i. 100, 101
Urban II.Pope, : i. 532 Verda, St,

i. 280
VIII., Pope, ii. 138 Verdelet, a medieval demon-
St,
. i. 678

ii. 723
Ure, Dr Andrew, i. 36, 87 Vere, Sir Francis, ii. 278
Urquhart, Thomas, of

Vergennes, Charles, Count
Cromarty, noted for his de,

i. 252
numerous offspring, i. 307 Vergier, Jacques, : . il. 251
Ursinus, Zachary, i. 335; ii. 82 Verney, Sir Ralph, at-
Ursmar, St,

i. 526 tempted arrest of the Five
Ursula, St,

. ii. 476

members described by, i. 50
Usher, Archbishop, i. 49, 401 Vernon, Admiral Edward-
Uther Pendragon, father of

ii. 511-572
King Arthur,

i. 701

Robert, i. 669; na-
Utica, martyrs of, ii. 257 tional bequest of pictures

by,

670
Vaccination, introduction Veronica, st, i. 100; notice
of, by Jenner-its oppo-

of,

100
nents,

i, 391, 628, 629 Versailles, opening of the
Vagrants, severe laws

States-general of France
against,
i. 598 at,

i. 598
Vaillant, 'Jean François, ii. 486

Vertot,

René Aubert de, i.781
Valentina, St,
ii. 120 Vertue, George,

ii. 113
Valentine, St,

i. 253 Verulam, city of, its name
Valentine's Day and Eve, changed to St Alban's, i. 808
St, celebration of -

Vesalius, Andreas, ii. 447
i. 252, 253, 255-257 Vespasian, Emperor-
Valentinian I., Emperor, li. 587

i. 817 ; ii. 587
III., Emperor, i, 380 Vespers, Sicilian, i. 442-411
Valerian, St, two saints of Vespucci, Amerigo, ii. 437
this name,

i. 507 ; ii. 311 Vessel-cap' singers, the-
Valerius, St..
i. 779

il. 724, 725
Valery, St,

ii. 633 Vestris, Madame,. ii. 192
Valla, Lorenzo,

ii. 154 Vezelai, alleged discovery of
Vallière, Louise, Duchess body of Mury Magdalen
de la,
i. 740 at,

ji. 101
Valpy, Abraham John,' i. 593 Victor 111., Pope, : ii. 319
- Rev. Dr, I. 432; ii. 663

Amadeus, . ii. 522
Vanbrugh, Sir John, i. 421;

Amadeus III., . ii. 451
notice of,

421, 422

bishop of Rome, i. 424
Vandenhoff, John, ii. 414

-, dramatic writer, ii. 408
Vanderlinden, J.,

1. 331 of Marseilles, St, ii. 94
Vandervort, keeper of the

St, of Braga, i. 499
royal pictures, his fate, ii. 108 ; St, of Champagne, i. 298
Vandrille, or Wandregi-

St, three other saints
silug, St,

ii. 101 of this name
Vandyck, 'Sir Anthony-

i, C09; ii. 132, 323
i. 403; 11. 673 Victoria, her

Majesty
Vane, Sir Harry, . 1. 329, 779 Queen, i. 676; rosem-
Vaneng, St,

i. 78 blance between features
Vancs, or

'weathercocks, of, and those of Charles
various forms of, i. 157 Edward Stuart, 199, 200;
Vanhomrigh, Mise, her con-

her telegraphic message
nection with Swift, ii. 471 to President Buchanan,
Vanini, Lucilio,

1. 275 il. 251; Neild's bequest
Vanloo, Charles Andrew

to, 285, 288; monument

i. 257 erected by, to Princess
Vanne, or Vitonius, St, ii. 361 Elizabeth, 325; her union

with Prince Albert, 695;
Varner,, Sir Richard, tool

of Earl Leicester, i. 735, 736 Tennyson's lincs address-
Varus, Altius,

i. 355 ed to, 696; visitor,and royal
Vases, pseudo-ancient-

family to the Resolute, 180,787

ii. 690, 691 Victoria Cross, bestowal of -
Vassal, a king arrested by

ii. 411

Nyanza Lake, ji, 579
Vater, Johann Severin, 1. 380

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Victorian, St,

i. 407 of Louis XIV., il. 293 ; his 1744, 298; quoted, 306, fascinated with the
Victoricus, st, . i. 292; ii. 680 exertions on behalf of the

592; notice of-his man-

Mysteries of Udolpho, 229
Victorinus, St, two saints of Calas family, 441, 442; his sion at Strawberry Hill Warton, Dr Thomas, i. 667;
this name,

i. 296; ii. 538 notice of the apple-story his Letters, 323, 324; in-
Vida, Marco Girolamo,

notice of, 667; Ritson's
ii. 384 related of Newton,
757 terest taken by, in bal onslaught on,

ii. 405, 406
Vienna, raising of siege of - Volunteer movement, i. 777;

loons, 325, 326; anecdote

Warts, popular charm for
ii. 337 discussion in Reformed
related by, of General cure of,

i. 733
Vienne, council called at, Presbytery on lawfulness Wade's generosity, 369; Warwick, Earl of, quells
for trial of Knights. of joining,
281 his account of a party at rebellion in Norfolk,

ii. 91
Templars,

i. 405 Vorarlberg, Easter singers Vauxhall, 692; of the Warwick, Edward Plant-
Vigilius, St, .

i. 821
in the,
i. 431, 432 destruction of Pope's gar-

agenet, Earl of, ii. 627
Vignoles, Alphonse des, ii. 113 Vorech. See Vaughe,

den, 704; burlesque coat Warwick, great Earl of,
Vigoureux, Madame Cla Vorstius, or Vorst, Conrad

of arms devised by, 791, surnamed the King-maker'-
rissa, friend of Fourier, i. 485
ii. 86, 390 792; Chatterton's corre-

i. 492, 507-509
Villaret, Joyeuse, Admiral, Vossius, Isaac, i. 241;

spondence with, ii. 269; Warwick, Henry de Beau-
defeated by Lord Howe, i. 724 notice of his eccentricities, 241 his friends, the Misses champ, Earl of,
Villars, Louis Hector, Duke Vowels, difference between Berry, 604 ; friendly ser Warwick, Sir Philip, . i. 115

i. 788 England and other nations vices rendered by, to
Villele, French siatesman,

Lane, London,
in pronunciation of the, i. 57 Theodore, king of Corsica old inns and other build-
curious method of obtain-
Vratz, Colonel, one of

682, 683
ings in,

i. 278-280
ing portrait of, . i. 184, 185 Thynne's murderers-

Walpole, Sir Robert, i. 387; Warwick' Square, London,
Villeroi, second Marshal, ii, 33

i. 248, 249 ii." 271; denounces the interest attaching to, i. 280
Villiers, George, Duke of Vulgan, St,

ii. 538 South-sea scheme, i. 146, Waryng, Miss, Swift's at-
Buckingham. 'Sec Buck Vulgate, Latin version of 147; attends performance

tachment to,

ii. 471, 472
ingham.

the Scriptures, i. 162 of the Beggars' Opera, 593 Washing-tally, ii. 231-233
Villiers, Sir George, story Vulsin, St,

i. 73 Walsli, Ann,

i. 553 Washington, George, i.
of apparition of, ii, 254, 255

Walsingham, Our Ladye of, 284; ii. 693; notice of
Villiers, Sir John, See Wade, Marshal-general, i.

famous English shrine, i, 284-286; last words of, 378
Purbeck.

367; notice of,

369 i. 795; sacred wells of, Wasnull, or Wasnon, St, ií. 402
Vimin, or Vivian, St, i. 141 Wager, Admiral Sir Charles ii. 8; despoiled by Henry Wassail, or Wassel Bowl,
Vincent, Admiral John

i. 733 VIII.--Erasmus's account custom of the, at the New
Jervis, Earl St, i. 373; Wagers, remarkable, ii. 633-635

of visit to,
174-177 Year,

. . 27-29
notice of, 79, 80; his Wages, servants', in time of Walsingham, Sir Francis, i. 480 Wassailing, in Herefordshire ---
naval victory off Cape St Civil War,

i. 675 Walstun, St,

i. 701

1. 55, 56
Vincent,

300 Waghorn, Lieutenant Tho Walter, John, of the Times, Wastel bread,
Vincent de Paul, St, ii. 384

mas, i. 74; notice of, 75 ii. 132; notice of, 137 ; Watch, difference between
Dr William, ii, 538 Waits, the, nocturnal inusi his successful project in a, and a clock, i. 3; pre-
Ferrer, St, i. 478 cians,

ii. 742-744 getting the Times printed sented by Charles I. to
-, St, i. 144; notice Wakefield, battle of, i. 492, 508 by steam,

632, 633

Sir Thomas Herbert, 190;
of,

144
Edward Gibbon, i. 90 Walter, St,

i. 488 anecdote of stealing a,
Vincent, St, martyr, i. 755

Rev. Gilbert-

St, abbot in San-

462; Beaumarchais and
of Lerins, i. 676
i. 284; ii. 327 Serviliano,

i. 733 the nobleman's,

546
Vincent's Day, St, i. 141 Wakes, or feasts of dedication Walter, St, abbot of Fonte Watches, ancient,

ii. 418-420
Vinci, Leonardo da, i. 585

ii. 440 nelle,

1. 733 Watcomb, Berks, priest's
Viner, Sir Robert, anecdote Walburge, St,

i, 296
Walthen or Waltheof, St, ii 164 chamber at,

i. 434
of, and Charles II., ii. 485 Waldegrave, Earls of, de Walton, Bishop, i. 552, ii. 629 | Water-marks on paper-
Virgil, St, .
ii. 622 scendants of James II., I. 306 -, Izaak, ii. 698; his

i. 532, 533
the poet, ii. 366, 447; Waldegrave, James, Earl, i. 331 account of Sir Henry Waterland, Archdeacon, i. 233
singular character of a Wales, wreck of the Tem-

Wotton, i. 341, 442; his Water Poet, the.' Sce
nccromancer assigned perance on north coast of, description of the night Taylor.
him in the middle ages -
i. 50; French descent in,

ingalc's song, 516; his Water Stratford, religious
366-368 287, 288 ; notice of St

adopted son, arles Cot-

extravagances at, 1. 657, 653
Virgin, use of garlands at David, its patron saint, ton, 557, 558; anomaly

Water supply of old London-
funeral of a
i. 271-274 315, 316; the leek, thé
regarding, 734; his ini-

ii. 390-393
Virgin Mary, the, Annunci national emblem of, 320;

tials on Casaubon's tomb, Waterloo, battle of,
ation of, i. 417; Visitation its champion, Owen Glen-

ii. 5 ; notice of, .192, 193 Waterman's coat and badge,
of, ii. 11; famons shrine dower, ii. 359; the last Waltpurgis, St,

prize founded by Doggel
of, at Walsingham, Nor-

native prince of-history

Waltrude, St,
i. 492

ii. 157
folk, 175, 176; Holy Name of subsequent princes of Walworth, Sir William, one Watson, Bishop, ii. 20;
of, 323 ; Nativity of, 323;

23
676-678 of the Nine Worthies of

notice of..
Presentation of, .
600 Walker, Anne, murder and London,

ii. 691

Watson, Elkanah, his ac-
Virgins, St Nicholas the apparition of,

Wandering jew, iegend of

i. 755
ii. 387

count of Tom Paine,
protector of,
ii. 662 Wall, old London-

i. 534, 535 Watson, George, founder of
Virtue, The Art of, pro-

ii. 305, and note
Wandregisilus. See Vandrilie.

hospital at Edinburgh, 1. 169
posed work by Franklin Wallacc, Sir William, re Wanley, Humphrey, i. 401;

Watson, Sir William, ii. 23
i. 58, 59 semblance of, traced in a

ii. 25; notice of,

26

Watt, James, i. 134; ji.
Virtue, the Montyon prize descendant, i. 201; notice Warbeck, Perkin, ii. 584

267; notice of, i. 131;
for,
ii. 270, 271 of,

il. 251, 252 Warburton, Bishop William, anecdote of,
Visconti, Gian Galeazzo, ii. 313 Wallenstein, Count, i. 296; ii. 742; notice of, i. 745 Watt's, Dr Isaac, .

ii. 75, 615
Visitation of the Virgin notice of, and his magni-

Warburton, Eliot,

i. 43 Watts, Mr Thomas, the
Mary, festival of, . ii. 11 ficence,

296, 297 Ward, Dr, noted quack, i. 793

English Mercurie in the
Visiting-cards. See Cards. Waller, Edmund, i. 327;

John, rhetorician British Museum, proved
Vitalis, St, two saints of ii. 476; his depreciation

ii. 459 by, to be a forgery, .
this name, I. 557 ; ii, 296, 542 of Milton, i. 165; notice

---, James,

ii. 581 Watts, Richard, his curious
Vitellius, Emperor, ii. 727 of, 327, 328 ; quoted, 465;

- Mr E. M., his picture bequest,
Vitus, or Guy, St, notice of - ii. 107, 595 ; his Sacha of 'Change Alley, during

Waugh, Rev. Dr, anecdote
i. 781 rissa, 486, 487; his epi-

the South-sca mania, i. 149

related by,
Vitus's Dance, St, a disease thalamium on the mar Ward, Robert Plumer, ii. 210 Waughton, Mary, remark-
i, 781 riage of William and

i. 58 able abstemiousness of, i. 553
Vizelle, Mrs, married by Mary, ·

545, 546 Ware, Samuel Hibbert-

Wax-work, Madame Tus-
John Wesley-her out Wallet, soi-disant Queen's

i. 531; ii. 785 saud's exhibition of, . I. 517
rageous temper, i. 789 Jester,

i. 181
Sir James,

ii. 619, 613 | Wayland Smith's cave,
Vort, Gisbert,

i. 327 Wallis, John, ii. 506, 609 - great bed of, i. 229, 230 Berkshire, notice and
Voiture, Vincent,
i. 687 Walmer, the Duke of Wel Wargentin, l'eter,

ii. 687 view of,
Volcanoes, their influence

lington at,
ii. 342, 343 Warham, William, ii. 251

Weapon salre, a curious
in producing rain, ii. 156, 157 Walnut-tree, legend of a Warner, Captain S. A., ii, 658

nostrum of formerdays, ii. 194
Volney, C. F., i. 234, 542 miraculous,

ii. 759

William,

i. 315 Weather, predictions re-
Volta, Alexander, i. 271, 333 Walpole, Horace, i. 321; ii. Warnings, events regarded

garding, 1. 137, 138; char-
François-Marie 414; his account of George

as Divine,

i. 667, 668
Arouet de, i277, 701; Selwyn's ruling passion,

Warren, Sir John B., ". i. 304
his rebuke to Congreve,

the year, supposed to be
134, 135; his culogium of
i. 161; his depreciation of

- William, Earl of, decided by its stato or: St
Smollett, 165; his account
Peter the Great, 174;

the Stamford 'bull-run Paul's Day, 157; super-
of an earthquake in
first French writer to

ning instituted by, .

ii. 574 stition regarding state of,
don, and
recommend inoculation,
consequent Warriors, interment of, by

on Candlemass Day, 214;
891; remark of, regarding
excitement, 233; of Lady the sea-shore, in ancient

popular notions regard-
Haller, 484; his eulogium
Sarah Lennox, 253, 254;

times,

i, 337
of an invasion panic in Warton, Dr Joseph, 1. 289;

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foul, 367; supposed influ-
ence of St Swithin's Day
on, ii. 61-64; supersti-
tions regarding, .

202, 203
Weathercocks, account of, i. 157
Weber, Carl Maria von-

i. 738; ii. 702
Webster, Daniel, notice of -

ii. 488, 489
Noah,

i. 687
Wedderburn,

Alexander,
Earl of Rosslyn, i. 36;

notice of, . 38, 39, 252
Wedding-ring, the-history

of the custom, i, 220-222
Wedgwood, Josiah, i. 43;

notice of, 44-46; copies
of the Portland Vase exe-

230
Wednesday, ihe hot, of 1808 –

ii. 53
Week, days of the, their

history, i. 5; its history
as a period of time,

5
Weighing new-born child-

ren, considered unlucky, ii. 39
Weimar, the residence of
Goethe,

i. 403
Weir, bookbinder and part-

ner of Payne,
Welby, Henry, the Grub-

street hermit, ii. 511;
notice of, .

. 514-516
Weld, Cardinal,

i. 495
Wellesley, Richard Colley,

Marquis, ii. 383; a friend
of Pitt,

i. 151, 152
Wellington, Arthur, Duke

of, i. 570; ii. 341, letter
of, to Madame Recamier,
619; his victory at Water-
luo, 791 ; notice of, ii.
312; his residence and
death at Walmer, 313;
Longfellow's stanzus on,
343, 344; anecdotes of his
coolness,

344
Wells, John de, his tilting-
match with Lord Craw-
ford on London Bridge

ii. 158, 159
Wells, Rev. Samuel,

-, dedicated to St Chad,
i. 321 ; dressing of, at
Tissington, 595-597; ven-
eration for certain, in
Scottish Highlands, 638;
annual decoration of, at
Buxton, 819; holy, notice

ii. 6-8
Welsh, Dr, the Free Church
secession inaugurated by-

i. 652
Welshman, burlesque in-

ventory of a, ii. 189, 189
Wenceslas, St,

. 11. 385
Wenceslaus III, of Bohemia-

ii. 169
Wentworth, Sir Peter, i. 528
Wereburge, St, i. 215; no-
tice of,

215, 216
Werenfrid, St,

ii. 556
Werner, Abraham Gottlob-

ii. 380
Wesley, Charles, the musi-

cian, notice of, ii. 680, 681
Wesley, John, 1.321 ; whim.

sical incident recorded

by, 113; notice of, . 788, 789
Wesley, Sanuel, musician,

ii. 432; notice of, ii. 681
Wesley, Samuel, the elder, 1.551
West, Benjamin, i. 353, ij. 429
-, Gilbert,

í. 399
Miss, noted pick-
pocket,

il. 671
Westall, 'Richard, 1. 144
Westmacott, Sir Richard, ii. 284
Westminster, abbey of, re-

built by Edward the
Confeasor, i. 53; death of
Edward in painted cham-
ber of palace of, 53, 54;
interment of Pitt in, .

152
Westminster Review,

quoted, i. 88; originated
by Bentham,

742

PAGE
Westminster School, cus-
tom observed at,

on
Shrove Tuesday, i, 237
Westphal, Sir George, ii. 479
Westphalia, reign of the
Anabaptists in,

i. 40
Whale, exorcism of a, . i. 129
Wharton, Philip, Duke of,

i. 708 ; vehement reply
of Earl Stanhope to, occa-
sioning latter's death,
224; notice of, 708-710;
nearly destroys the 'Luck
of Edenhall,'

ii. 523
Wheatley, his Book on the
Common Prayer quoted-

i. 424
Wheatley, Phillis, a negro
authoress,

ii. 702
Wheelbarrow,

misadven-
ture of an astronomer-
royal with a

ii. 201
Wheels, introduction of
vehicles with large,

ii. 89
Whetstone, hurling the, a

satirical taunt, ii. 45, 46
Whigs, the, George III's
dislike of,

i. 187
Whipping, punishment of
vagrants and others by

i. 598-600
Whist, game of, . ii. 282, 780
Whistle drinking-cup, the

ii. 455, 456
Whistling, elevated to an
art,

i. 751
Whisłon, william, ii. 673;
rotice of, .

244, 245
Whit Monday, Greenwich

revelries on, i. 643, 644
Whitaker, Rev. J., ii. 516

- Rev. Thomas
Dunham, i. 753; ii. 711 ;
notice of,

i. 754, 755
Whitbread, Samuel,

ii. 25
Whitby, Dr Daniel, i. 414

-, rescue by a life-
boat at, i. 51; Yorkshire
performance of the sword-
dance at, on Plough Mon-
day, 96 ; monastery of,
244 ; conference at, re-
garding day of celebra-
tion of Easter,

425
White, Colonel, . ii. 136

Henry Kirke, i. 401;
ii. 469; notice of, i. 402, 403
White, Jerry, chaplain to
Oliver Cromwell,

i. 193
White, John, mayor of Ten-

by, services rendered by

to Henry VII. . ii. 247
White, Rev. Blanco, notice
of,

i. 658, 659
White, Rev. Gilbert, i. 821;

his account of the manu-
facture of rush-lights, i.
507; notice of,

ii. 82
White, Sir Thomas, one of

the Nine Worthies of
London,

ii. 692
White Conduit House, ii. 73, 74

Ladies, house near
Boscobel,

i. 694
Whitefield, George, ii. 394,
702; notice of,

395, 396
Whitehall, palace of Charles

I., beheaded in front of,
i. 189, 190; last days of
Charles II. at, 226, 227 ;
demeanour Mary of
Orange

on entering,
251; purse-cutting by
Selman in Chapel Royal

ii. 669, 670
Whiteliall ferry, Icave-tak-

ing between Washington

and his officers at, . 1. 286
Whitehead, Pand, i. 158 ; ii.
785; bequest of his heart-

ii. 417, 418
Whitehead, William, i. 507
Whitelock, Bulstrode, ii.
180; quoted-

1. 68, 218, 219; il. 538
Whitesmith, noted haunt
of smugglers,

i. 246

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PAGE
Whitgift, Archbishop John, William Frederick I. of the
i. 309; notice of, and

Netherlands,

. ii. 251
hospital founded by, at William of Maleval, St, i. 240
Croydon,
309, 310

Malmesbury,
Whitney, 'Geoffrey, ' his

quoted, . i. 82; ii. 131
stanzas on time, i. 298 William of Monte-Vergine,
Whitsun-ale, the, . i. 630, 637 St,

i, 820
Whitsunday, festival of, i. William of Wykeham,
observances and

Bishop of Winchester, i.
customs at, 629-638 ;

216; 11. 376; notice of 622
matrimonial market in William, Prince, son of
St Petersburg on,

722
Henry I., .

ii. 619
Whittington, Derbyshire, William Rufus, dissensions

meeting at, preparatory between, and Archbishop
to revolution of 1688-

Anselm, i. 532; death of,

i. 745, 746 ii. 159-161 ; legendary
Whytt, Dr Robert, . ii. 317 anccdote of,

328
Wickwar, Gloucestershire, William St, abbot of Eskille-
anecdote of a poor boy of

i. 480
i. 280

årchbishop of
Widows, ancient, . i. 149, 150 Bourges, notice of, i. 86
Wierus, Johannes, his com William, Si, archbishop of
monwealth of demons-

i. 752
ii. 722, 723 William, si, bishop of
Wife, sale of a, i. 487, 488 Roschild,

ii. 299
Wigan, Dr, quoted-

William, št, bishop of St
i. 269; ii. 618, 619 Brieuc,

. ii, 138
Wigbert, St,

ii. 210 William, St, infant martyr-.
Wightman, William, burned

i. 411, 416, 447
for heresy at Lichfield, i. 338 William the Conqueror,
Wigs, complaint of the buldness of Bishop Wul-
makers of,

i. 245 stan with, i. 133; aneca
Wilberforce, William, ii. dote of, 213; his death,
133, 257; notice and por-

ii. 328; legend of his sons,
trait of, 139, 140; his ac 328, 329; fate of his son

count of Pitt's funeral, i, 152 Robert, 381, 385; his
Wilcocks, Bishop Joseph, i. 345 victory at llastings, 443-445
Wild, Captain, a Lancashire Williams, Archbishop John-
lad,
ii. 136

i. 417, 418
Wild, Jonathan, letter of, i. 799

., General Sir W.
Wild
oats,
remarkable
F.,

ii. 676
quality of locomotion Williams, Mr, his dream
possessed by,

i. 107

regarding assassination
Wilfrid, a young Saxon, his of Mr Percival, .

i. 617, 618
disputation with Bishop Williams, original name of
Colman,

1. 425

the Cromwell family-
Wilfrid, St,
ii. 436

i. 695, 696
Wilkes, John, ii. 459, 772; Williams, Rev. David, i.

furious expression of 826; the Royal Literary
Warburton regarding, i. Fund originated by, 827
745; antipathy, of Cruden Williams, Rev. David, war-
to, ii. 533; his friendship den of New College, .

i. 403
with Churchill,

544, 515

Williams, Rev. John, . i. 826
Wilkie, Dr William, ii. 414, 429

Sir Robert, ne-
Sir David, i. 723 ; phew of Thomas Crom-
ii. 591; remark of his

ii. 133
mother regarding, i. 236 Willibald, St,

• ii. 29
Wilkins, Bishop, .

ii. 593 Willibrord, St, . ii. 556
Wilkinson, John, his four • Willie Wasile, boyish
interments,

i. 808 sport in Scotland, i, 218,
Wilkinson, Rev. John, celc-

219; quaint reference of
brator of Savoy marriages a Presbyterian clergy-

ii. 120
man to,

219
Will, a poetical, i. 600, 601 ; Willimot, Joan, witch, i. 357

singular, of Thelusson, ii. Willis Browne, noted anti-
96, 97; Budgel charged quary, ii. 341, 342; his
with forging Tindal's,

account of John Mason's
226. See also Bequests.

delusions,

i, 658
Willehad, St,

ii. 558 Willis, Dr Thomas, i. 168
William II1. of England, Willoughby, Lord, ancc-
i. 342; ii. 512; bis recep-

dote of,

11. 369, 370
tion of Peter the Great, Willoughby, Lord of Para
i. 174, 175; established

ham, takes the Earl of
as king of Great Britain, Kingston prisoner, ii. 143
250; last words of, 377; Willoughby, Sir Ilugh, fatal
intrusts Bishop Burnet arctic expedition of -
with education of his

i. 620-622
nephew, the Duke of Wilmot, Sir Edward, a re-
Gloucester, 409; refused markablo instance of
adinission by Sir Robert recovery from consump-
Gayer to his house at

i. 92 note
Stoke, 417; gains victory Wilson, Alexander, deline-
of the Boyne, ii. 8, 9; ntor of American birds, i. 591
misadventures of his Wilson, Annie, celebrated
statue, 9, 10; plot to shower of Roslin chapel-
assassinate, 370; hissove-

i. 623, 624
reignty finally estab Wilson, Beau, his singular
lished, 412; attended by

history,

ii. 679, 680
Dr Radcliffe, 532, 533 ; Wilson, Bishop Thomas, i.
his marriage to Princess

359; notice of, 339, 310
Mary, 545, 546; lands in WIS!, Dr, his admiration
Torbay,
550 of Mrs Macaulay,

i. 810
William'iv. of England, i. Wil on, James, eminent
798; 11. 212; anecdote financial statesman, fi.

1. 223 203 ; notice of,
William, first Prince of

Wilsun, John, botanist, 11. 64
Orange,

ii. 40

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