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Axon (W. E. A.) on Low's Index to Current Literature,

420
Aylmer (Bp. John), bis playing at bowls on Sunday, 332
Aytoun (Wm. Edmondstoune), Memuir, 180;

Our
Zion, or Presbyterian Popery," 98

B.

Baal festival, 114
Bacon (Francis, Baron Verulam), passage in his works,

16, 39
Bacon (Nathaniel) of Virginia, 480
Bad=desire, 118
B. (A. F.) on camphire posset, 16

Drawings, how mounted, 24

Martin (Tom), Commonplace Book, 420
Baillie (Ebenezer), longevity, 459
Bairn=born, 62, 139, 177, 513
Bakewell, inscription at, 461, 537
Bampton's tax, 206
Bankers', or masons' marks, 431, 514
Bannister (John) on St. Michael's Mount, 51
Baptising boys before girls, 184, 293, 403, 469
Baptism by immersion, 66, 152, 238, 253; in warm

water, 412
Barbadoes, the tomb at, 9, 58, 97, 257
Barge, the London Lord Mayor's, 326
Barham (R. H.), “ Dick's Long-tailed Coat,” 57 ; in-

edited poems, 79, 155, 316, 445
Barkley (C. W.) on indelible blood, 439

Campbell's “ Hohenlinden," 113
Churches with thatched roofs, 35
“Fair Agnes and the Merman,” 451
Morris dances, 2541

Vent=Weald, 198
Baronets of Ireland, the new order, 168, 215, 234
Bar-Point on assumption of a inother's name, 451

Funeral custom, 74
" Leasings lewd,” its meaning, 48

Oldinixon (Sir John), Knt., 76
Barry (Countess du), 52, 99, 153, 214
Bartleinan (James), sales of his music, 327
Bartlet bouse, Hyde Park, 433
Barton (Edward), ambassador, epitaph, 459
Baskerville (John), noticed, 295, 337
Bates (Win.), on brush, or pencil, 419

Joco-Serin of Melander, 285
Lally-Tolendal and Gibbon, 308
* Never the barrel the better herring," 258
Prior (Matthew), “ Poems on Several Occasions,”

246, 469

Tomb at Barbadoes, 257
Baugé, the battle of, 16, 53, 118, 159, 468
Bayonet, its history, 287, 364, 398
B. (C. C.) on “Sawney's Mistake," a poem, 149
B. (C. T.) on anonymous works, 130

D'Israeli's epigram on Alison, 417
“Frightened Isaac,” 130
Geography of 1654, 463
Mottoes of orders, 295

Tennysoniaga, 283
B. (C. W.) on sermons in stone, 169
Beauchamp (Thomas de), his seal, 382
Beagle, a sinall dog, 113, 199, 299
Beaugé, the battle of, 16, 53, 118, 159, 468

Beauty unfortunate," 18, 114
Bede (Cuthbert) on Canning and the preacher, 423,

491
Cromwell (Oliver) sacrilegious acts, 380
Episcopal wig, the last, 335
Gwyn (Nell), honse at Hereford, 217,
Herring folk lore, 42
Italian source of nigger melodics, 390
Lithologema, 364
Marriage custom: haberdasher, 102
May-day sticking, 42
Nose-bleeding, 197
Phillips (Sir Richard), portrait of Chaucer, 505
Pictures rapidly executed, 442
Shenstone's inn verses, 219, 337
Suthern's “ Lord Dundreary,' 89
Wesley (Rev. John), his wig, 519
West Highland legend, 473

White's ** Beauties of Hagley," 508
Bedeguar, its derivation, 285, 361
Beetle or wedge, 344
Beisly (Dr. S.) on “ Deaf as a bectle," 299

Dorchester saying, 346

Sackbut blushing, 331
Bell at Scalton in Yorkshire, 391, 468; the largest in

America, 378
Bell of the passing soul, 373
Bell literature, 453
Bell-ropes, hanging in the, 91
Bells at St. Andrews, 14; Angelus, at Kirkthorpe,

18; inscription on Angelus, 35; blessing of them

at Malta, 65
Bellini (Vincent), portrait, 90, 273, 353
B. (E. M.) on Ugo Foscolo, 279
Benedict of Peterborough, “ Chronicle,” 19
Bentham (Thos.) “ On the Tenptation of Christ,” 501
Berkeley (George), bishop of Cloyre, portrait, 481
Berlichingen (Götz von), his iron hand, 35
Bernard (Dr. C. B.), Bishop of Tuam, consecrators,

288, 363
Bernard (Francis), M D., his MSS., 376
Bernardino Lombardi, his works, 256
Bethune (Dr. Alex. Neil), Bishop of Niagara, where

educated, 309
B. (F.) on Trivet: John of Bologna, 4
B. (F. C.) on the Fighting Fifth, 402
B. (G.) on the Jewish temple service, 331
B. (H.) on national and family portraits, 108

Scotticisms, 110
Bible of 1769, edited by Dr. Blayney, 10; Cuverdale's,

538; Vulgate, 1491, 93
Bible statistics, 412, 510
Bibliography, foreign dramatic, 501
Bibliothecar. Chetham on Ælius Donatus de Gram-

matica, 49
General literary index, 497

Oath of bread and salt, 292
Bingham (C. W.) on Bedeguar, 285

Morris, 452

Sympree=frayt, their meaning, 431
Bird and Povey families, 346
Dirds, extraordinary asseinblages of, 98, 319; their
Birley (H. H.) on lace making in England, 247
Birmingbam, guide through, 180
Bishops, painting of the Seven, 149, 199, 257

songs, 94

gems, 69

B. (J. H.) on corrosion of marble in cathedrals, 307

Immersion in baptism, 152, 238
B. (K.) on the defence of Venice, 1848-9, 414
Blacas, collection of
Black-letter leaf, 307, 400
Black Society, its motto, 482
Blackett, a widow of Oxford, 23
Blades (William) on mors maryne, 485
Blaeu (Jan), “ Grand Atlas," 463, 532
Blair (D.), Melbourne, on “ To Burke," 166

Cotton: “Stuffing the ears with cotton," 127
Scott's Epigrams of Martial, 124
Seeing in the dark, 106
Tennyson's early poems, 98

“ Victoria Magazine," 99
Blamire (Susannah), song “ The Waefu' Heart," 188,

317, 403, 451
Blashill (Thos.) on corrosion of marble, 446
Blayney (Dr. Benj.) edition of the Bible, 10
Blenheim, inscription on the bridge, 45
Blomberg (Rev. F. W.), parentage, 6
Blondel, inquired after, 373
Bloody, an offensive epithet, 460
Blow (Dr. John), anecdote, 433, 508, 529
Blyth (S.) on Peacock's “ Rich and Poor," 171
Bohun (Edmund), “ History of the Desertion," 435
Boissière (Marie Gabriel de la), 413
Bomerang, Australian, 400
Bonaparte (Napoleon): “ Confessions," 54
Bone (J. W.) on Grandy needles, a dance, 329

Lancashire recusant ballads, 476
Laund, a local name, 329

Rule of the road, 236
Bonfires on the Eve of St. John, 42
Book Inscriptions, 224
“ Book of Curtesye,” a passage, 503
Book-plates, their beraldic authority, 117, 218
Books, autographs in, 126, 166; destroyed at Stationers'

Hall, 374, 436; large paper copies, 25, 400
Books recently published :-

Adams's Barford Bridge, 366
Antenicene Christian Library, 19
A pocryphal Gospels, translated by B. H. Cowper,

160
Art Journal, 19
Aytoun (W. E.), Memoir by Martin, 180
Baring-Gould's Myths of the Middle Ages, 517
Bisset's History of the Commonwealth, 405
Black's Guide to Norway, 160
Bohn's Dictionary of Quotations, 180
Boswell's Life of Dr. Johnson, 40
Boy's Own Book, 538
Broadway, a serial, 120
Brownlow (Countess) Reminiscences, 452
Buchanan's North Coast, and other Poems, 365
Bucknill on the Mad Folk of Shakspeare, 538
Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series of the

Reign of Charles I., 1636-1637, 240
Cates's Biographical Dictionary, 300
Cavendish's Laws of Whist, 492
Chambers's Etymological Dictionary, 220
Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain and

Ireland: Chronicle of Benedict of Peterborough,

19
Cosi n's Collection of Private Devotions, 517

Books recently published :-

Cornish's Guide through Birmingha:n, 180
Coverdale's Bible, by Francis Fry, 533
Cowley (Abraham), Essays, 517
Dante's Divine Comedy,

59
De la Rue's Diaries, etc., 385
Dickens and Collins's No Thoroughfare, 492
Dingley's History of Marble, 472
Erald on Our Constitution, 19
Fine Arts Quarterly Review, 80
Francis (Sir Philip), Memoirs of, 404
Godwin's English Archæologist's Handbook, 80
Gold, Silver, Lead, 426
Golden Thoughts from Golden Fountains, 492
Greenwood's Purgatory of Peter the Cruel, 453
Herald and Genealogist, 366
Hill on Dressing Salads, 160
Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, their date, 40
Hotten's Abyssinia and its People, 452
Ingram's Doom of the Gods of Hellas, 140
Laboulaye, Abdallah, or Four-leaved Shamrock,

517
Letters of Distinguished Musicians, 365
Letts's Diaries and Almanack, 517
Levins's Rhyming Dictionary, 280, 452
Lyra Germanica : The Christian Life, 384
Manuel (Don Juan), Fifty Pleasant Stories, 517
Masson (Gustave), La Lyre Française, 119
Men of the Time, 538
Milton (John), Concordance to his Works, 59
Motley's History of the Netherlands, 426
Murray's Handbooks : Tyrol and the Eastern

Alps ; Scotland ; Gloucestershire, Worcester-

shire, and Herefordshire, 140
Pemberton's History of Monaco, 472
Perry's Treatise on Herne's Oak, 160
Piers Plowman, Visions of William concerning,

280
Preuss on the Doctrine of the Immaculate Con.

ception, 40
Public Schools : Winchester, Westminster, &c.,

405
Querard—a Martyr to Bibliography, 59
Rawnsley's Sermons, 19
Rogers's Golden Sheaf, 492
Routledge's Every Boy's Book and Anoual, 426
Routledge's Pronouncing Dictionary, 140
Roxburghe Library, 180
Saint Paul's, a Magazine, 280
Scotland, her Songs and Scenery, 492
Shakspeare's Works, by Dyce, 365
Silent Hour, Essays for Sunday Reading, 453
Smiles's Huguenots, 385
Smiles's Life of Thomas Telford, 517
Souvestre (Emile), Pleasures of Old Age, 220
Stewart's Practical Angler, 19
Tennyson's Enoch Arden, in Latin, 517
Tennyson's Vivien and Guinevere, 425
Tennysoniana, 19
Timbs's Wonderful Inventions, 472
Tinsley's Magazine, 119, 280
Tomes's Champagne Country, 220
Twamley's History of Dudley Castle, 119
Walcott's Memorials of Stamford, 366
Wood on the Continuity of Scriptare, 472
Yorkshire Worthies, Portraits of, 80

Boroihme (Brian), his harp, 248

Buckton (T. J.) on Cap.d-pie, 135
Bos Piger on the meaning of Espec, 245

Classic, as applied to first-rate authors, 156
Botsford in America, 306, 447

Clock dial, 185
Botsford (J. W.) on Botsford in America, 447

Göthe's sensibility, 103
Bourbon sprig, 33, 55

Harvest time among Greeks and Romans, 192
Bourcbier (Barrington), noticed, 484

Hindoo Trinity, 38
Bourchier (Sir John), regicide, 68

Immersion in holy baptism, 152
Bourchier (Jonathan), on Croinwell and Morland, 504 Immortal brutes, 116
Dole =sorrow, pain, 55, 79

Independent German governments, 257
Donizetti and Bellini, portraits, 90

Lancasterian system, 239
Hanging in the bell-ropes, 91

“ L'Homme Fossile en Europe,” 38
Parc aux cerfs, 53

Manna described, 77
Quotation: But with the morning," &c., 75

Margaret's song in Göthe’s Faust, 166
Quotation from Pope, 492

Names, confusion of proper, 178
Translations, etc., 524

Needle's eye, 157
Wolcot (Dr.), 95

Parc aux cerfs, 52, 153, 214
Boutell (Charles) on dates upon old seals, 382

Parr, a surname, 114
Bower (Scott) on epitaph in Melrose churchyard, 359 Penny, its derivation, 75
Bower (Honest Johnny), inscription on his tomb, 285, Philology, 118
359

Quem Deus vult perdere prius dementat," 99
Bowring (Sir John) on the Byron album, 241

References wanted, 217
B. (R.) on punning mottoes, 276

Seals ou old charters, 58
Quakerism, 532

Solomon and the genii, 93
Brace (Lieut.), bis fate, 346

Stranger derived from “E," 177
Braddock (Gen. Edward), death, 5

Tomb of the Virgin Mary, 215
Bradley Hall, inscription on a beam, 327

Translations of Eastern Works, 76
Brailsford (Wm.) on the word Classic, 65

Valley of Mont Cenis, 39
Braithwaite (Rev. G.), longevity, 498

Writing on the ground, 145
Brassicanus (Joannes Alexander), 97

Buildings, restoration of old, 430, 533
Brazil, its literary institutions, &c., 282

Bulkely family, 244
Breccles church, inscriptions, 167

Bull (John) and the key of his own house, 264
Brett (Rev. Thomas) and Princess Olive, 413

Bull (John), mus. doctor, anecdote, 508
Bridge (Rev. Wm.), biography, 247, 318

Bulls, collection of, 27
Bridt (Mr.), artist, 107

Bulteel (Jol “ London's Triumph,'' 187
Brierley (James) on licenses to preach, 392

Bumblepuppy, a game, 119
Bright (John), epigrammatic saying, 105

Bunker's Hill, list of wounded at the battle, 45
Brignoles, a family name, 78, 152, 278, 363

Buns, early use of the word, 148, 195
British Museum duplicates, 342, 424

Burges (George), translations, 376
Britt. or Brit. on coins, 350

Burial of living persons, 176, 399
Brock, an animal, 88, 242, 300, 360, 469

Burke, a slang word, 166
Brodie (Laird of), portrait, 346

Burke (Edmund), a Junius claimant, 34, 73, 112
Bromby (Rev. John Healey), Vicar of Holy Trinity, Burn (J. S.) on Farren or Furren family, 15
Hall, 42

Halyburton (Geo.), Bishop of Dankeld, 92
Bromwicham, 361, 424, 447

Irish Star Chamber, 502
Brooke (Zachary), D.D., cierical preferments, 370

“ The School of Patience,” 399
Browne (Sir Thomas), translations, 445

Treatise on Oaths, 338
Browning (Robert), “ Boy and Angel," 6, 55; lines on Barnet (Bp. Gilbert), noticed, 367
Zermatt churchyard, 246

Burns (Robert), autograph of “ Bruce's Address to his
Brownlow (Emma Sophia Countess), 452

Troops at Bannockburn,” 105
Bruce (John) on John Bruen's portrait, 65

Burying iron fragments, 90, 260
Shakspeare family of Rowington, 81

Bushey Heath on the English language, 262
Bruen (John), of Cheshire, original portrait, 65

Johnson's Dictionary, 332
Brunet (Jacques Charles), his death, 412

Knave of clubs, 96
Brush, or pencil, 306, 418

Lambeth library, 311, 325
Brutes, immortal, 66, 116, 260

Pronunciation, 295
B. (T.) on the ride from London 10 York, 418

Punning mottoes, 74
B. (T.), Old Jewry, on thatched churches, 75

Strange old charter, 175
Buccleuch dukedoin, 505

“ To sleep like a top," 421
Buckley (W. E.) on baptising boys before girls, 293

Vow of the peacock, 445
Frayt' and Sympree, 509

Butler (Bp. Joseph), his best book, 23, 57
Inscription at Bakewell, 537

Butler (Samuel), origin of the name “ Hudibras," 368
Proverbs explained, 488

507
Buckton (T. J.) on assumption of mother's name, 112, Butler (Thomas), on the estate of yemanrie, 462
237

Buttery (A.) on Smith queries, 294
Bromby (J. H.), Vicar of Holy Trinity, Hull, 42 Butterfly, as used by the poets, 58, 119
Byron's "Don Juan,” false quantity, 127

B. (W.) on Bridt, an artist, 107

B. (W.C.) on dates upon old seals, 279

Caulfeild (Dr. Charles), consecrated bishop of Nassan,
Detached black letter leaf, 307

351
Font inscription, 207, 272

Cayley (C. B.) on Dante's “lonza," 410
Index: Margin, 89, 161

C. (B.) on “ Fair Agnes and the Merman," 490
Two-faced pictures, 200

C. (B. H.) on Mons. De Joux, 441
B. (W. D.) on Keats and“ Hyperion," 532

Liturgy on Universal Principles, 332
Byerley (G. H.) noticed, 264

Nose-bleeding recipe, 449
Byng family, 285

Private Act of Parliament, 186
Byng (Robert), artist, 285

Tomb of the Virgin Mary, 215
Byron (Lord), his lameness, 225; album stolen from Ç. (C.) on assumption of a mother's name, 111, 237

bis burial-place, 241; verses on Thermopylæ, 241; c. (c. A.) on the Irish greyhound of Celtic times, 8.
false quantity in “Don Juan,” 127, 197, 275; pas C. (E.) on Duke of Roxburgh, 284
sage in “Don Juan,” 130; suppressed poem “ Don Dates upon old seals, 381
Leon," 137

Père la Chaise and edict of Nantes, 330
C. (E. M.) on De la Fontaine-Solare de la Boissière,

413
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C. (F.) on Lucifer, an amusing mistake, 259

C. (F. W.) on “ Comparisons are odious" 278
C. on Cottle family, 78

Peg Woffington, 429
Her, used in lieu of the genitive case, 461 C. (G. A.) on swallow superstition, 477
Lawrence (Mrs.) of Liverpool, 157

C. H. on “ All is lost save honour," 138
Waltham Abbey, its outside arch, 25

Attone, or atone, 337
C. Brixton, on Cardinal Wolsey's bedstead, 25

Circular, 276
C. Streatham, on Bishop Catterick's epitaph, 9

Despatch, or dispatch, 307
Caballero (Fernan), pseudonym, 444

Dryden queries, 7, 89, 206, 308, 413
Cabbages first cultivated in England, 287, 533

Howard (Lord) of Escrick, 109
Cadogan (Earl), noticed, 468

Key-cold: key: quay, 148
Calaphibus-like, its meaning, 307, 338

Oldham's Poems, ed. 1722, 286
Calcuttensis on Sir Thomas Browne's translations, Relict, or relic, 309
445

Shard, its meaning, 434
Chevers family, 56

Shooting stars and the Sedgmoor battle, 434
Hobbes the surgeon, 403

Chaise (Père la), letter on the Edict of Nantes, 330
Holyrood palace, 383

Chalice, silver, at Pakefield, 105, 309, 403, 469
Notes on books, 166

Chalices with bells, 168, 255
Penny, origin of the word, 25

Champion whip, its present possessor, 413
Pine's portraits of David Garrick, 205

Chantrey (Sir Francis), no seaman, 389
Portraits of criminals, 276

Chapels, chantry, 295
" Caledonian Mercury," discontinued, 44

Chappell (Wm.) ou “Lord Sinclair and the men of
Calligraphy, works on, 114, 174

Guldbrand Dale,” 511
Camelot, its ancient site, 415, 451

Bull (Dr. John), anecdote, 508
Camoens (Lewis de), English translations of the Song, “ Rich and Poor," 278
“ Lusiad," 189

Charles I., equipments during the Civil War, 206,
Campbell family motto, 146

279; parliament at Oxford, 523 ; letter to the pope,
Campbell (Arcbibald), “ Lexiphanes," 322, 449

260; execution, 431
Campbell (Thomas), “ Hohenlinden," 22, 72, 113, 156, Charles II., his death, 264, 538

177; origin of, 148; “ Ye Dariners of England," | Charmouth, bracket in a window, 434
22, 113, 176, 194, 216

Charters, rhyming 33, 175, 209; substances of the
Camphire posset, 16

seals, 25, 76
Canada, lines on, 127

Chaucer (Geoffrey) and “The Testament of Love," 303;
Candle queries, 244, 318

discovery of his portrait, 505
Canning (Hon. George) and the preacher, 423, 491 Chaucer Society, 300
Canterbury, silver font at, 127

C. (H. B.) on false quantity in Byron's "Don Juan,"
Cap-à-pie, its etymology, 65, 135

197
Capper and Hyde families 483

Dutch tragedy, 399
Cardinals, list of English, 2, 71, 235

Engraved outlines, 57
Carib population in Dominica, 64

Hesiod's picture of woe, 449
Carmichaels of that ilk, 53

Oath of the Romans, 17
Carr (Charles A.), extraordinary escape, 167

Cheke (Lady Essex), letter, 44, 77
Carrascon (Thomas), works, 310

Chenevix (Bishop Richard), portrait, 177
Carring=carrion, 400

Chester (Thomas), bishop of Elphin, his will, 346
Carta philus, Chronicles of, 338

Chesterfield (Lord), supposed plagiarisms, 218
Cartwright (R.) M.D. on Upspring, 3

Clietwode family, 67
Carylforde, on Mister supplanting Master, 8

"Chevalier's Favourite, a Collection of Songs," 164,
Cat o' nine tails, 226

233, 273
Catterick (Bp. John), inscription on bis tomb, 9 Chevers family, 56, 78
Caucus, a cant wird, 171

“Chery Chase," liistory of the ballad, 123

C. (H. G.) on Scottislı pedigrees, 348

Colours, permanent, 130
Chief=head, their identity, 481

Communion, its derivation, 18
Chignons of other times, 306, 400

Commonwealth of England, its history, 405
China marks, 8; receipt for broken, 346, 448; made at. Compton (F.) on married on crooked staff, 159
Stratford-le-Bow, 171

Conduit Mead, Bond Street, 147
China ware: the Bourbon sprig, 38, 55

Coningsby (Sir Harry), inscription on his tomb, 265,
Chinese newspapers, 65, 217, 338

364
Cholmondeley (Richard de), 90

Conolly, origin of the name, 374, 515
Christ Church, Hants, legend, 264

Consols, price at different periods, 23
Christ (Jesus) a carpenter, 17

Cooper's “ Athena Cantabrigienses,” 306
Christian names, royal, 130, 197

Corbet (Bp. Robert), “Poems," 150
Christie (W. D.), on John Hobbes surgeon, 264 Corney (Bolton) on Wm. Davenant on Shakspeare, 3
Church consecrated by an archdeacon, 24, 59, 96

Death of Jacques-Charles Brunet, 412
Church, men's heads covered in, 446

Hazlitt (W. Carew), lost books, etc., 183, 252
Church desecration during the Commonwealth, 323, Holland: fine linen, 127
379, 416, 490

Wedgwood (Josiah), “ Catalogue of Cameos,” 304
Church-door proclamations, 285, 359

Cornish (w.) on Bishop Hay, 365
Churches sunken, 25; two under one roof, 105, 197, Cornub. on Charles I. at Oxford, 523
273; with thatched roofs, 35, 75, 100, 361

Herbert (Lord) “De Veritat,"translation, 375
Cinque Port seals, 433

Mawe, a surname, 503
Circular, curious uses of the word, 167, 276

Monumental inscription at Louvain, 431
City Poets of London, 186

Norden's “Survey of Kirton in Lindsey," 91
C. (J. E.) on the Rev. William Cole, D.D., 346

Pretyman baronetcy, 421
Cole (Henry William), 346

Silver chalice, 1337, 309
C. (J. L.) on Gen. James Edw. Oglethorpe, 68

Whitsun Tryste fair, 187
C. (J. S.) on tap-room, game, 477

Correspondent : “Our own correspondent,” 521
Clarendon and Whitelocke voluines sold by lottery 264 Corsie, its meaning, 390, 516
Clark (E. S.) on market at Waltham, 525

Cottle family, 78
Clarke (Rev. C. C.), noticed, 505

Court, or coat cards, 44, 137, 177, 278, 360
Clarke (Hyde) on Abyssinia, 186

“ Court de bone coinpagnie,” a club, 107, 178
Anonymous works, 208

Court of Queen's Bench and Exchequer, 90, 157
Auxiliaries, 430

Court sermon, 1674, in manuscript, 367
Byerley (G. H.), 264

Courtenay family, 435
Evil eye, 365

Courtois on “Honi soit qui mal y pense,” 18
Greek patriarchs, 359

Iron band of Götz von Berlichingen, 35
Jumart, or hybrid, 500

Cousin, its etymology, 331
Lake habitations, 4

Couthly, a provincialism, 538
Language for animals, 501

Coventry (A.) on birthplace of Cromwell's mother, 48
Olive (Princess) and mariner's compass, 371 Cowper (J. M.) on epitaph by John Philipott, 390
Clarry on a note for Oliver Cromwell, 322, 416, 490 Marsh (Rev. R.) epitaph, 284
Class and its compounds, 242, 356, 465

'Nointed, a provincialism, 238
Classic, its modern meaning, 65, 156

Party, meaning a person, 365
Clayton (Mrs.), longevity, 328

Tomb of the Virgin Mary, 214
Clayton (Sir Robert), artist of his monument, 433

Vent=Weald, 198
Clerke (Ven. C. C.) on episcopal wig, 527

Cpl. on Bampton's tax, 206
Clery (M.), an adherent of the Bourbons, 460

Bartlet house, Hyde Park, 433
C. (L. H.) on “ Mémoires relatifs à l'Histoire de Form of abjuration, 225
France," 462

Mummy, receipt for it, 171
Clock dial, a new one, 185, 413

" Whoop! do mne no harm, good man," 170
Cluaid=Clyd, its locality, 168

C. (R.), Cincinnati, on Calligraphy, 170
C. (N. B.) on sign of the Three Pigeons, 25

MS. court sermon, 1674, 367
Coat, or court cards, 44, 137, 177, 278, 360

C. (R.) Cork, on anonymous poems, 45
Cock : La sentence du coq, 478

Harrest home, 193
Coffins disturbed in church, 371

Crab, a slang word, 263
Coillus on pride of ancestry, 343

Cradle tenure, 391
Colbert, Bishop of Rodèz, in France, 226, 272, 317, Crannoges in Ireland, 230, 344
397, 437

Crawley (C. Y.) on Eton College plays, 53
Cold Ashton church, its pulpit, 169

Medical query, 347
Cole family, genealogy, 517

C. (R. C.) on Persius, with Commentary of Lerissa, 187
Cole (Henry Wm.), biography, 346

Creation, novel views of, 374, 419, 534
Cole (Rev. Wm.), D.D., dean of Lincoln, 345

Creole=natives of the Tropics, 62, 139
Coleridge (S. T.) at Rome in 1806, 281; Cliristabel," | Creswell (Mrs.), noticed, 63
430

Cresy (E.) on Bishop Seth Ward, 9
Collier (General), noticed, 468

Criminals, their portraits, 276
Collier (J. P.) on Chaucer and “ The Testament of Critz (John de), notice), 538
Love,” 303

Croker and Guthrie families, 434, 536

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