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A. on Marquis D'Aytone, 65
A. (A.) on Birds, extraordinary assemblage, 319

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Candle queries, 244
Evil eye in Italy, 317
Gang-flower, 375
Glass-cutter's day, 245
Half-yeared land, 216, 273
Homeric traditions and language, 268
Lightfoot (Hannah), 260
Notes from a sick room, 529
Nutting on Holy-rood day, 225
Oath of the peacock, 275
Old proverb, 254
Old sayings as to various days, 478
Rule of the road, 236
Seven bishops, 257
Stool ball, a game, 73
Thanet notes, 203
Vent, its meaning, 295
Wells in churches, 235

Westminster Abbey, Chapel of St. Blaise, 328
A. (A. S.) on Cardinal D'Adda, 204

“Athenæ Cantabrigienses," 306
Bethune (Bp. A. N.), his college, 309
Colbert, Bishop of Rodèz, 226
Giffard (Bishop), 189
Hay (Bishop), 136
Greek patriarchs of Constantinople, 304
Jewish princes of the captivity, 390
Margaret of Norway, her death, 342.
Peacock (Reginald), Bishop of Chichester, 243
Pole (Card. Reginald), date of his death, 409
Raine's “Fasti Eboracenses," 168
Snowdon Castle, 188
Registrum sacrum Americanum, 28+
Registrum sacrum Anglicanum, 350
Registram sacrum Hibernicum, 288

Sharp (James), Archbishop of St. Andrews, 321
Abbesses as confessors, 30
Abbreviations of proper names, 412
Aberdeen, its old double seal, 381

Abhba on the Crosbie manuscripts, 393

Married on crooked staff, 108
Moore (Thomas), bis school-days, 64
Philosophical Origin of the English Language,"

Ussher family pedigree, 92
Walsh (Edward), M.D., biography, 415

Wolfe (Arthur), Lord Viscount Kilwarden, 86
Abjuration, an ancient form of, 225, 272
Abyssinia and its people, 300, 452; its royal arms

460; an heir to the throne of, 411, 443
Abyssinia, the district of Habesh, 186
Abyssinian tradition of a Theodore, 263
Ache, or ake, pronunciation, 491
Achende on brush, or pencil, 419

China, broken, 448

Stalactites and stalagmites, 344
Adamas on anonymous arms, 45

Siains in old deeds, &c., 47
Addington, Kent, its Druidic circle, 287
A. (Dir. S.), on dates upon old seals, 297

Harold's coat armour, 271
Addis (Jolin), jun., on beauty unfortunate, 18, 114

Browning (Robert), “ Boy and Angel,” 6
Butterfly, as used by the poets, 119
Cap-à-pie, 136
Circular, curious uses of the word, 167

Conspicuous from its absence," 119
Corsie, its meaning, 390
Dole, its different meanings, 117
Othergates, 140
Percy's fol. MS., ed. Furnivall, 376
Proverbs explained, 487
" Rose of dawn," 88
Sield=happy, 305
Taylor (Bishop Jeremy), works, 404
Tomb at Barbadoes, 58
“ Troilas and Cressida," 122
“When Adam delved,” &c., 73

Wolwarde, its meaning, 524
A. (E. H.) on a curious effect of lightning, 224

Dolomite mountains, 310
Evening mass, 297
Gore=grouse, 390

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A. (E. H.), on Parish registers, their destruction, 500 Anonymous Works:
Posselius (Joan.), “ Apothegmata,” 523

High Life below Stairs, 107
Pugin (A. W.), on the English schism, 484

History of the Desertion, 435
Smithsonian Institution, 228

Letters from an Armenian in Ireland, 225, 295,
Solomon (Job Ben), 336

Ælius Donatus, grammarian at Rome, 49

Lex Talionis, 329, 404
Aggas's Map of London, 1560, 504

L'Homme on Latin, 247
Agnus Dei found on the “ Guillaume Tell," 6

Modest Apology, 225
A. (H. R.), on Beagle, a small dog, 199

Liturgy on Universal Principles, 332
Dictionary of custoins, 234

Liturgy of the Church of England, 1763, 366
Novel views of creation, 374

Dlanuscrit venu de Ste. Hélène, 54, 276
Pot, its different meanings, 275

Mephistopheles in England, 265
Ainger (Alfred), on “ Deaf as a beetle," 398

Memoirs of the Life of Parnese, 445
Pronunciation of naines, 361

Our Zion, or Presbyterian Popery, 98
A. (J.), Peckham, on Nuremberg prison tower, 523

Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of the Eng.
Sheridan (R. B.), 434

jish Language, 24
Alan the Steward, 129, 257

Right of Tythes Asserted, 426
Alexandrine verses, 281

School of Patience, 309, 399, 463
Alexis of Piemont, “The Secretes," ed. 1614, 389, Shakspeare and his Friends, 27

Sketches of Young Gentlemen, 130, 219
Alfred (King), marriage with Alswitha, 45

Sketches of Young Ladies, 130, 219
Alhama, the conquest of, 391

Songe d’un Anglais, 150
Alken (Henry), artist, 155

Summer Rambles, Studies, &c., 244
All-to as a separate word, 372, 464, 535

Vision, or the Romish Interpretation, 150
Almack's, origin of the name, 139, 179

Youth of Shakspeare, 27
Alpha on “ The Constant Lover's Garland," 285

Anserine wisdom, 478
Alphabet, one for Europe, 17

Antwerp Cathedral described, 328, 447
Alphabets, primitive, 497

Aphorisms and proverbial sayings, 148, 338
Alton, its discreditable fame, 373, 468, 513

Apocryphal Gospels, translated, 160
Amberley (Lord), his travelling naine, 263

Apron, wearing a leather, a saying, 208
America: centre of the United States, 186; its first Archæologist's Handbook, 80

chartered town, 411; its three oldest towns, 147, Archer (Rev. John), nonconformist, 109, 198

Archer (Sir Simon), birth and death, 205
American episcopate, 284, 491

Archimedes on two-faced pictures, 58
American navigation laws, 234

Archipelago, its derivation, 118
American Notes and Queries, 501, 531

Arms, so-called grants of, 15, 259; augmentation of,
Ampoule (Ste.), the Holy Vial, 149, 213

Ancestry, the pride of, 343

Arras, portraits in its public library, 455
Andrewes (Bishop Lancelot), bequests, 393

Art Catalogue, 493, 517
Angelo (Michael), “ Last Judgment," 15

“ Articles to be followed and observed," 1549, 6
Angelus bells, 18, 35

Ashley (Sir Anthony), first cultivator of cabbages, 287,
Angling, poem on, by Joseph Heely, 410

Anglo-Scotus on the birth-place of Cromwell's mother, Assembly room rules, 477

Asses in England, 373
Colbert, bishop of Rodèz, 397

Asterisms, works with, 372
Fisher family, co. Roxburgh, 292

Aston (Col. Henry Hervey), 220
Gib baronetcy, 274, 536

A. (T. C.) on the bayonet, 365
Hamilton (James), of Bothwellhaugh, 12

Hakewell, (Wm.), MSS., 331
Home (Earl of), 231

Flashing signal lamps, 363
Mercer (Sir Andrew), 252

Athor on Princes of Reuss, 305
Oath of the peacock, 275

Atkinson (J. C.) on brock, an insect, 360
Angus (G.), printer at Nercastle, 446

Gabble Ratchet, or Retches, 328
Ani!nals, language for, 501

Atone, or attone, its orthography, 337

Attainders of 1715 and 1745, 522
Anonymous Works:-

Aubrey (John), “Miscellanies " annotated, 306
Albumazar, a comedy, 135, 155, 510

Aubrey (W. H. S.) on Index to periodicals, 350
Botanical Ladder, 244

Law of evidence, work on the, 351
Caroline, “ The Queen's Case Stated," 460

Australia, its gold, 522
Chessboard of Life, by Quis, 7

Australian bomerang, 400
Church Pageantry Displayed, 208

Author's favourite

orks, 523
Cromwell (Oliver), “Life," 320

Autographs in bocks, 126, 166
Dorking, à Picturesque Promenade round, 461, Auxiliaries, Georgian, 430

Avery (Richard), ejected minister, 413
George IV., “ The King's Treatment of the Queen,” | A. (W. E. A.) on Aubrey's “ Miscellanies," 306

Piozzi (Mrs.), three warnings, 482
Great Question on thi' gs Indifferent, 208

“School of Patience," 309

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