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Title: Notes and Queries, Index to Eighth Volume, July-December 1853 - A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, - Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc
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NOTES AND QUERIES:

A MEDIUM OF INTER-COMMUNICATION FOR LITERARY MEN, ARTISTS, ANTIQUARIES,
GENEALOGISTS, ETC.

"When found, make a note of."--CAPTAIN CUTTLE.

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INDEX

TO

THE EIGHTH VOLUME.

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    [For classified articles, see ANONYMOUS WORKS, NOTICES OF NEW BOOKS,
    EPIGRAMS, EPITAPHS, FOLK LORE, INSCRIPTIONS, PHOTOGRAPHY, PROVERBS,
    QUOTATIONS, SHAKSPEARE, and SONGS AND BALLADS. Articles with an
    asterisk (*) prefixed denote _unanswered_ Queries at the date of
    Publication.]

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          A.

  A. on birthplace of Edward I., 601.
  A. (A.) on encore, 387.
  Aa (A. J. Van der) on portrait of Andries de Graeff, 573.
  * Abbé, French, status of one, 102.
  Abhba on Archbishop King, 44.
  ---- judicial families, 384.
  Abigail, a lady's maid, 42. 86. 653.
  Abraham and Isaac, mythological notices of, 566.
  Abredonensis on battle of Cruden, 173.
  ---- Dictum de Kenilworth, 57.
  ---- Picts' houses in Aberdeenshire, 264.
  ---- Scottish national Records, 405.
  ---- Sir Thomas de Longueville, 103.
  ---- Statute of Kilkenny, 80.
  ---- Temple lands in Scotland, 317.
  ---- volcanoes in Scotland, 285.
  ---- Willingham boy, 66.
  A. (C.) on a "wilderness of monkeys," 413.
  Acharis, its meaning, 198. 280.
  Acworth (G. B.) on poetical tavern signs, 452.
  ---- school libraries, 498.
  Adamson (John) on the Cid, 574.
  Adamson's Lusitania Illustrata, 104. 257.
  Adamsoniana, 135. 257.
  Admiralty office, shield and arms, 124.
  * "Adrian turn'd the bull," its meaning, 79.
  * Advent Hymn, why omitted in Common Prayer, 639.
  Advertisement, curious poetical one, 268.
  Advertisements and prospectuses, their utility, 562.
  A. (E. H.) on Adamsoniana, 257.
  ---- Adamson's Lusitania Illustrata, 257.
  ---- "Alterius orbis Papa," 254.
  ---- books chained in churches, 206
  ---- Burnet, Wharton, and Smith, 167.
  ---- church towers detached, 376.
  ---- Delaval's poems, 171.
  ---- Denison family, 468.
  ---- parochial libraries, 275.
  ---- Portuguese folk lore, 382.
  Æschylus, Potter's translation, 622.
  A. (F. S.) on Louis le Hutin, 199.
  ---- minuteness of detail on paper, 157.
  Age, the feelings of, 550.
  Agmond, on etymology of contango, 586.
  A. (I. T.) on Henry I.'s tomb, 630.
  * Aix Ruochim, or Romans Ioner, 150.
  A. (J.) on copyright law, 468.
  A. (J. P.) on "Celsior exsurgens pluviis," 220.
  A. (J. S.) on Czar, or Tsar, 150.
  ---- inscription on a tomb in Finland, 34.
  ---- religion of the Russians, 582.
  ---- Seven Oaks and Nine Elms, 34.
  ---- sneezing, 625.
  Aldress, an instance of its use, 503.
  Alethes on worm in books, 412.
  Alfred (King), the locality of his battles, 129, 130.
  * ---- pedigree to the time of, 586.
  [Greek: Halieus] on Bulstrode Whitlock, 454.
  ---- Cawdray's Treasurie of Similies, 499.
  ---- Donatus Redivivus, 492.
  ---- gale of rent, 655.
  ---- Keate family, 525.
  ---- Mitre and the Crown, 80.
  ---- murder of Monaldeschi, 160.
  ---- passage in Whiston, 397.
  ---- Preparation for Martyrdom, 152.
  Aliquis on epigram on Rome, 584.
  ---- fire-irons, their antiquity, 587.
  Allan (Peter) of Sunderland, 539. 630. 647.
  Allcroft (J. D.) on hour-glass in pulpits, 83.
  ---- watch-paper inscriptions, 452.
  Alledius on Rousseau and Boileau, 470.
  ---- "When we survey yon circling orbs," 515.
  Allen (H. L.) on female parish clerks, 475.
  Allen (R. J.) on will of Peter the Great, 539.
  ---- wood of the Cross, 329.
  All Hallow Eve, custom on, 490.
  "All my eye," its early use, 254.
  Alma Mater, its origin, 517.
  Alms at the eucharist, superstition respecting, 617.
  Alms-basket described, 297.
  Alpha on the mother of William the Conqueror, 564.
  [Greek: Alpha] on descendants of Milton, 630.
  * Alsop (George) noticed, 585.
  Altars, portable, 101. 183.
  A. (M.) on honorary degrees, 162.
  ---- Newton memorial, 172.
  Amateur on multiplying photographs, 158.
  Amateur Photographer on precision in photographic processes, 301.
  Amcotts' pedigree, 387. 518.
  American names, 638.
  Americus on "Vox populi vox Dei," 494.
  Amicus (Veritatis) on quadrille, 441.
  * "Amor nummi," the author, 149.
  Ampers _and_ (&), its derivation, 173. 223. 254. 327. 376. 524.
  Anathema, maran-atha, 100.
  Anderson (Dr. James), notices of, 198. 326.
  Anderson (James), his Historical Essay, 347.
  André (Major) noticed, 174. 277. 399. 604. 643.
  * Andrew's (St.) Priory Church, Barnwell, 80.
  Andrews (Alex.) on Anna Lightfoot, 281.
  ---- Irish rhymes, 602.
  ---- poetical tavern signs, 627.
  Angel-beast, a game, 63.
  * Animal prefixes, 270.
  Anne (Queen), her motto, 174. 255. 440.
  Anon on camera obscura, early notices of, 41.
  ---- Dodo Bardolf, 605.
  ---- door-head inscriptions, 162.
  ---- epitaph on Tuckett's wife, 274.
  ---- inscriptions in books, 153. 652.
  ---- manliness, its meaning, 127.
  ---- "peg" or "nail" for an argument, 561.
  ---- Sir John Vanbrugh, 65.
  ---- "Virgin wife and widowed maid," 56.
  ---- "When the maggot bites," 244.
  Anonymous names and real signatures, 5. 94. 181.
  ANONYMOUS WORKS:--
    André, a tragedy, 174.
    * Blockheads, 174.
    * British Empire, Present State of, 174.
    * Convent, an elegy, 172.
    Days of my Youth, 467.
    Delights for Ladies, 495.
    De Omnibus Rebus et quibusdam aliis, 569.
    Devil on Two Sticks in England, 413.
    * Donatus Redivivus, 492.
    Doveton, a novel, 127. 517.
    Elijah's Mantle, 295. 453.
    * Fast Sermon in 1779, 174.
    * History of Jesus Christ, 386.
    Indians, a tragedy, 174.
    * Jerningham, a novel, 127. 517.
    Les Lettres Juives, 541.
    * Lessons for Lent, &c., 150.
    Liturgy of the Ancients, 588.
    Man with Iron Mask, 112.
    Match for a Widow, 174.
    * Mitre and the Crown, 80.
    * National Prejudice opposed to Interest, 174.
    Pætus and Arria, 219. 374.
    * Poems published at Manchester, 388.
    Preparation for Martyrdom, 152.
    * Professional Poems by a Professional Gentleman, 244.
    Rock of Ages, 81.
    * Watch, an ode, 174.
    Whole Duty of Man, 564.
  Anstruther (Mr.) on the authorship of Jerningham and Doveton, 517.
  Antecedents, its use as a plural, 439.
  Anti-Barbarus on Latin termination -anus, 386.
  Antipodes, what day at our Antipodes? 102. 479. 648.
  Antiquaries, Society of, changes proposed, 45.
  Antiquary on Sir Arthur Aston, 480.
  -anus, quantity of the Latin termination, 386. 552.
  Applauding, national methods of, 6.
  A. (P. T.) on Park the antiquary, 8.
  * Aquinas (Thomas) lines by, 366.
  Arademaravasadeloovaradooyou, its meaning, 651.
  Aram (Eugene), his Comparative Lexicon, 255.
  Archæological Institute, annual meeting, 45.
  Aristotle's checks, 97, 98.
  A. (R. J.) on naming infants in Scotland, 468.
  Armorial bearings, modern practice of assuming, 50.
  Arms, battle-axe, 113.
  Arms of ladies borne in a lozenge, 37. 83. 277. 448, 652.
  Arnim (Bettina), her German-English, 437.
  * Arrow-mark found in North Devon, 440.
  Arrowsmith (W. R.) on misunderstood words, 120.
  Arterus on Shakspeare's Seven Ages, 384.
  Arthur (King) in the form of a raven, 618.
  Arun on Letters respecting Hougomont, 293.
  ---- Shakspeare on the winds, 338.
  * Ash-trees attractive to lightning, 493.
  Astolpho on slang expression, 89.
  Aston (J. W.) on a mistletoe query, 621.
  Aston (Sir Arthur) noticed, 126. 302. 480. 629.
  Astrology in America, 561.
  Ath Chliath on chimney-piece emblem, 219.
  * Athenæus, fragments in, versions of, 104.
  Attwood (Wm.), his book burnt, 347.
  Audley (Lord), his attendants at Poictiers, 494. 573.
  Audoënus (Johannes) _alias_ John Owen, 495.
  Augusta on orange blossom, 341.
  Authors' aliases and initials, 124.
  ---- remuneration of, 81.
  Autobiographical sketch, 350.
  Autumnal tints, 490.
  Awkward, its etymology, 310. 438. 602.

          B.

  B. on the small City Companies, 470.
  ---- "Corporations have no souls," &c., 587.
  ---- digest of Shakspearian readings, 75.
  ---- green pots at the Temple, 171.
  B. (A.) on launching query, 127.
  Bacon (Lord) and Shakspeare, 438.
  Bacon's Essays, notes on, 141. 165. 303. 353. 479.
  ---- sentences taken from, 289.
  Bacon or beechen, 63.
  Bad, its etymology, 207.
  B. (A. E.) on attainment of majority, 198. 296. 541.
  ---- day at our Antipodes, 648.
  ---- Shakspeare readings, 28. 168.
  ---- Shakspeare suggestions, 169.
  B. (A. F.) on "Hip, hip, hurrah!" 605.
  ---- Pierrepont and his descendants, 303.
  ---- quotations, 366.
  Bagot (C. E.) on Capt. Cook and the Sandwich Islands, 108.
  Bagshawe (E. L.) on an old saying, 197.
  B. (A. H.) on splitting paper, 604.
  Bailey's Annuities, spurious edition, 242.
  Balch (T.) on Martha Blount, 182.
  Balderdash, its meaning and etymology, 342.
  Bale MSS. referred to by Tanner, 311.
  Ballard (E. G.) on Bond, a poet, 513.
  ---- Calves' Head Club, 315.
  ---- "Good Old Cause," 421.
  ---- hour-glass in pulpits, 83.
  ---- house-marks, 135.
  ---- inscription in Peterborough Cathedral, 303.
  Ballina Castle, co. Mayo, 411. 577.
  Balliolensis on Abigail, 653.
  ---- Joannes Audoënus, 495.
  ---- books burned by the common hangman, 272.
  ---- bottled beer, 289.
  ---- Bulstrode's portrait, 293.
  ---- death on the fingers, 362.
  ---- epitaph in Torrington churchyard, 537.
  ---- epitaphium Lucretiæ, 563.
  ---- Eve, its etymology, 655.
  ---- hour glass in pulpits, 279.
  ---- lawyers' bags, 281.
  ---- Muscipula, 550.
  ---- Napoleon, anecdote of, 292.
  ---- parochial libraries, 274.
  ---- "Quid facies, facies Veneris," &c., 539.
  ---- Rev. Josiah Pullen, 489.
  ---- Sheridan, Latin translation from, 563.
  ---- Sir Philip Warwick, 268.
  ---- Sir Walter Raleigh, 267.
  ---- tenet or tenent, 258.
  ---- Thomas Aquinas, lines by, 366.
  * Ball (Lord) of Bagshot, 365.
  Balmoral, Natural History of, 467. 584.
  Baretti, his portrait by Reynolds, 411. 477.
  * Bargain cup, 220.
  Barnacles in the Thames, 124. 223. 300.
  Barrett (Eaton Stannard), his lines on Woman, 292. 350. 423.
  Barry (C. Clifton) on animal prefixes, 270.
  ---- Fauntleroy, 270.
  ---- midland county minstrelsy, 357.
  Barton (Mrs. C.) and Lord Halifax, 258. 429. 543. 590.
  Basil (_Oscimum basilicum_), a plant, 40.
  Basilica, a digest of laws, 367.
  Baskerville the printer, his burial-place, 203. 349. 423.
  Bates (Wm.) on Gibbon's library, 88.
  ---- Rosicrucians, 106.
  ---- soul and magnetic needle, 87.
  ---- "When the maggot bites," 526.
  Bath, knights of, their escutcheons in St. Peter's, Westminster, 444.
  Bathensis on Jamieson the piper, 126.
  * Bave (Anthony), his manuscripts, 469.
  B. (B. E) on Burke's marriage, 158.
  B. (C.) on font at Islip, 363.
  B. (C. W.) on epitaph from Stalbridge, 289.
  ---- Huc's Travels, 516.
  ---- "Like one who wakes," &c., 292.
  ---- Potenger's unpublished letter, 53.
  ---- right of redeeming property, 516.
  B. (D. E.) on John Campbell of Jamaica, 410.
  B. (E.) on manual of handwriting, 639.
  Bealby (H. M.), notes on newspapers, 333.
  * Beauty of Buttermere noticed, 126.
  Beccles, its parochial library, 62.
  Bede (Cuthbert) on books chained in churches, 206. 596.
  ---- "boom" as used by the poets, 183.
  ---- Brasenose, Oxford, 221.
  ---- burial in an erect posture, 59.
  ---- burial on north side of churches, 207.
  ---- centenarian couple, 490.
  ---- children called imps, 623.
  ---- curfew, where rung, 628.
  ---- dial inscriptions, 224.
  ---- epitaphs, 273. 315.
  ---- funeral custom, 218.
  ---- hour-glasses in pulpits, 209.
  ---- Innocents' day, custom on, 617.
  ---- inscriptions on bells, 248.
  ---- marriage service, 525.
  ---- nightingale, character of its song, 257.
  ---- oaken tomb at Durham, 180: at Brancepath Church, 454.
  ---- "Peccavi!" I have Scinde, 574.
  ---- Peter Allan, 630.
  ---- poetical tavern signs, 626.
  ---- St. Thomas's day, custom on, 617.
  ---- stoups, exterior, 574.
  ---- testimonials to donkies, 488.
  ---- "Up, guards, and at 'em!" 111.
  ---- weather predictions, 326.
  Bee Park--Bee Hall, 199.
  Bees, names for their migrations, 440. 575.
  Bee (Tee) on arms of the see of York, 34.
  ---- Bee Park--Bee Hall, 199.
  ---- Governor Brookes, 56.
  ---- Governor Dameram, 34.
  ---- lines on the Order of the Garter, 53.
  ---- William the Conqueror's surname, 197.
  * "Begging the question," origin of the phrase, 640.
  Beginner on baths for collodion process, 42.
  Behmen (Jacob), his works, 13. 246.
  Belfry towers, detached, 63. 185. 376.
  Belike, its meaning and derivation, 358. 600.
  Bell (Robert), lines on Woman, 423.
  Bell, the passing, 130.
  Bellenden (Miss), maid of honour, 463.
  Belle Sauvage, 388. 523.
  * Bellmen, the city, their origin, 538.
  Bells at Berwick-upon-Tweed, 292. 630.
  Bells for the dead, on ringing, 55. 130. 417. 576. 601.
  Bells, phantom and death, 576.
  B. (E. M.) on Trench on Proverbs, 387.
  Berefellarii, its meaning, 420. 550.
  Berosus on stipendiary curates, 341.
  B. (F.) on Bishop Kennett's Diary, 470.
  ---- brothers of the same name, 478.
  B. (F. C.) on S. A. Mackey, of Norwich, 566.
  B. (F. F.) on arms of Geneva, 563.
  B. (G. B.) on Keate family, 293.
  B. (G. M.) on curious advertisement, 268.
  ---- lines in Franklin's handwriting, 196.
  B. (H.) on children called imps, 623.
  ---- revolving toy, 63.
  Bible names, how pronounced, 469. 590. 630.
  Bibliothec. Chetham. on the word cash, 651.
  ---- battle of Villers en Couché, 205.
  ---- burial in unconsecrated ground, 329.
  ---- Darling's Cyclopædia, 125.
  ---- mottoes of German emperors, 548.
  ---- odour from the rainbow, 158.
  ---- sheriffs of Glamorganshire, 423.
  ---- stars and flowers, 158.
  ---- superstition of Cornish miners, 216.
  ---- tin, its early use, 575.
  B. (I. H.) on laird of Brodie, 103.
  Billyng (William), noticed, 110.
  Bingham (Richard) on passage in Bingham's Antiquities, 291.
  * Bingham's Antiquities, passage in, 291.
  Binometrical verses, 292. 375. 655.
  Bishop's Cannings church, hand in, 269. 454.
  Bishops deprived by Elisabeth, 136.
  ---- suffragans, in Ireland, 256.
  B. (J.) on battle of Villers en Couché, 371.
  ---- Chadderton of Nuthurst, 564.
  ---- Falstaff's character, 314.
  ---- German heraldry, 204.
  ---- Herbert's Memoirs of Charles I., 587.
  ---- Sir Isaac Newton and Voltaire, 65.
  ---- wooden tombs and effigies, 19.
  B. (J. C.) on Longfellow's Reaper and the Flowers, 583.
  ---- The Angels' Whisper, a song, 54.
  B. (J. M.) on Danish and Swedish ballads, 444.
  ---- queries in The Doctor, 410.
  ---- Poema del Cid, 366.
  ---- "state," in Hamlet, Act I. Sc. 1., 409.
  B. (K.) on divining-rod, 479.
  Black as a mourning colour, 411. 502.
  * Blackamore, the fable of washing the, 150.
  Blackburn (Hugh) on photographic engraving, 628.
  Blackguard and blagueur, 414.
  * Blackwood's Magazine, a passage in, 493.
  Blake (William) noticed, 69. 435.
  Blakiston (R.) on "All my eye," 254.
  ---- "Pinece with a stink," 270.
  Blink (Geo.) on Shakspearian emendations, 75.
  B.L.M., its meaning, 585.
  Blood (Wm.) on idol worship, 414.
  ---- Patrick's purgatory, 178.
  Blotting-paper, when first used, 104. 185.
  Blount (Martha) noticed, 182.
  Blount (Thomas), inscription on his monument, 286. 603.
  * Blue-bell--blue anchor, 388.
  Blue (True), who was he? 588.
  Blythe (Dr. Samuel), his arms, 265. 351.
  B. (M. G.) on hotchpot, 413.
  B. (N.) on chair moving, 537.
  ---- Encyclopædias, 502.
  ---- translation of Ps. cxxvii. 2, 520.
  B. (N. T.) on Pollocks's process, 17.
  Boardman, on an early New Testament, 219.
  Boase (Geo.) on encaustic tiles from Caen, 493.
  Bobart (H. T.) on Jacob Bobart, 37.
  Bobart (Jacob) noticed, 37. 159. 344.
  Bockett (Julia R.) on gravestone inscription, 268.
  ---- Richard Geering, 504.
  ---- snail-eating, 229.
  Boerhaave, passage in, 602.
  Bogie and the farmer, a mythological tale, 94.
  * Böhme (Anton Wilhelm)  noticed, 7.
  Boleyn (Queen Anne), state prisoner, 510.
  Bond, a poet, 513.
  Bond (E. A.) on Wright of Durham, 326.
  * Books, old, 56.
  Booker (John) on books chained in churches, 273.
  ---- parallel passages, 560.
  ---- passage in burial service, 178.
  Book inscriptions. See _Inscriptions_.
  * Book reviews, their origin, 410.
  Books burned by the common hangman, 272. 346. 625.
  Books chained in churches, 93. 206. 273. 328. 453. 595.
  Books, notices of new:--
    Ancren Riwle; or Rules of Monastic Life, 606.
    Antiquary, a serial, 21.
    Anzeige für Kunde des Deutschen Vorzeit, 306.
    Apuleius, Metamorphoses, 553.
    Aristophanes' Comedies, 186. 306.
    Attic Philosopher in Paris, 553.
    Bacon's Advancement, by T. Markby, 45.
    Bacon's Essays, by T. Markby, 45.
    Bankes's Corfe Castle, 89.
    Barlow's works on Cheshire, 455.
    Blaine on the Laws of Artistic Copyright, 553.
    Bristol Archæological Institute, 234.
    Carpenter's Physiology of Total Abstinence, 282.
    Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, 455.
    Cooper's Glossary of Provincialisms, 45.
    Cooper's Sketch of Linton, 306.
    Corner on Borough English, 138.
    Cowper (B. H.), his History of Millwall, 655.
    Cowper's Life and Works, by Southey, 553.
    Croker's History of the Guillotine, 455.
    Cyclopædia Bibliographica, 45. 138. 306. 354. 577.
    De la Motte's Practice of Photography, 20.
    De Quincy's Confessions of an Opium Eater, 90.
    English Bible: Part II, 656.
    Eyton's Antiquities of Shropshire, 186.
    Foster's Lectures, 186.
    French's Pedigrees of Nelson and Wellington, 90.
    Gibbon's Decline and Fall (Bohn), 607.
    Gray's Elegy, illustrated, 577.
    Hardwick's History of the Church, 354.
    Humphrey's Coin Collector's Manual, 20.
    Hunter's Reply to Rev. Mr. Dyce, 21.
    Ingleby's Essay on the Stereoscope, 401. 451.
    Irish Quarterly Review, 306.
    Johnson's Botany of the Eastern Borders, 282.
    Justin, Cornelius Nepos, and Eutropius, translated, 607.
    Kitto's Journal of Sacred Literature, 89. 354.
    Lardner's Handbook of Natural Philosophy, 527.
    Lepsius's Letters from Egypt, &c., 282.
    Letter to a Convocation Man, 282.
    Macdonald's Botanist's Word-Book, 607.
    Madden's Life of Savonarola, 234.
    Mahon's (Lord) History of England, 20. 234. 455.
    Matthew of Westminster's History, 90. 186.
    Miller's Fly-leaves, 656.
    National Miscellany, Vol. I., 577.
    Ordericus Vitalis' Ecclesiastical History, 528.
    Owen's Translation of Aristotle, 90.
    Phippen's Practical Experiments, 138.
    Promptorium Parvulorum, 606.
    Ranke's History of Servia, 607.
    Remains of Pagan Saxondom, 577.
    Shakspeare Repository, 354.
    Simpson's Collection of Epitaphs, 282.
    Simpson's Mormonism, 138.
    Sims's Handbook to British Museum Library, 511. 553.
    Somersetshire Archæological Society's Proceedings, 553.
    Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, 90. 577.
    Smith on the Origin and Connexion of the Gospels, 89.
    Smith's Theory of Moral Sentiments, 607.
    Stevens' Catalogue of his Library, 607.
    Thomson's Archaic Mode of expressing Numbers, 21.
    Traveller's Library, 45. 186.
    Urquhart's Progress of Russia, 185.
    Welsh Sketches, 354.
    Willich's Popular Tables, 138. 528.
    Zeitschrift für Deutsche Mythologie und Sittenkunde, 306.
  Books suggested for reprints, 148.
  Boom, as used by the poets, 183. 375.
  Booth (Capt.) of Stockport, 102. 184.
  Booty's case, 62.
  Borderer on anonymous ballad, 78.
  Boston Notion, largest American paper, 334.
  Boswell's Johnson, on the word _stellas_, 439. 551.
  Bottled beer, 289.
  B. (II.) on "Amentium haud Amantium," 136.
  ---- "sincere," 328.
  B. (P.) on George Alsop, 585.
  * Bradshaw (President) and Milton, 318.
  Brasenose, Oxford, origin of the name, 221.
  Braybrooke (Lord) on paint taken off of old oak, 45.
  ---- Pepys's grammar, 502.
  ---- poems in connexion with Waterloo, 549.
  * Brazen Head, a periodical, 367.
  Brechin (Bishop of) on pagoda, 523.
  * Brecost, its meaning, 78.
  Breen (Henry H.) on Adamsoniana, 135.
  ---- antecedents, as a plural, 439.
  ---- Charles I.'s portrait, 151.
  ---- Christian names, 351.
  ---- Convent, an elegy, 172.
  ---- Creole, explained, 504.
  ---- "Crowns have their compass," 376.
  ---- Dramatic representations by the hourglass, 410.
  ---- Drummer's letter, 153.
  ---- foreign English, 137.
  ---- "Good Old Cause," 421.
  ---- "From the sublime to the ridiculous," 177.
  ---- heraldic colour pertaining to Ireland, 56.
  ---- Huet's Navigations of Solomon, 399.
  ---- Malachy (St.) on the Popes, 390.
  ---- mistranslations, curious, 201.
  ---- Montmartre, its derivation, 468.
  ---- Napoleon's spelling, 386.
  ---- Paradise Lost, 388.
  ---- Quarles and Pascal, 172.
  ---- table-turning, 329.
  Brehon laws noticed, 80.
  Brent (J.) on "Hip, hip, hurrah!" 88.
  Brett (Peter), parish clerk and author, 533.
  B. (R. H.) on autumnal tints, 490.
  ---- land of Green Ginger, Hull, 34.
  ---- Pennycomequick, near Plymouth, 8.
  Brickwall House, portraits at, 573.
  Bridges, superstition respecting, 382.
  Brigantia on caves at Settle, 412.
  Bristoliensis on old books, 56.
  ---- Chatterton, 62.
  ---- Cromwell's portrait, 279.
  ---- curious posthumous occurrence, 205.
  ---- Hogarth's pictures, 64.
  Britain, its derivation, 291. 344. 445. 575. 651.
  British Museum, Handbook to the Library, 511.
  Broctuna on Henry, Earl of Wotton, 281.
  ---- heraldic notes, 351.
  ---- ladies' arms borne in a lozenge, 83. 448.
  ---- seals of Great Yarmouth, 321.
  * Broderie Anglaise, 172.
  Brooks (Rev. Joshua) noticed, 639.
  * Brooks (Governor) noticed, 55.
  Brooks (T. W. D.) on inscription at Aylesbury, 443.
  Brothers of the same Christian name, 338. 478.
  Brough (Dean), his "Crown of Glory," 113.
  Brown (C.) on the myrtle bee, 450.
  Brown (J. W.) on books chained in churches, 596.
  Brown (T. R.), his Etymological Dictionary, 443.
  * Browne (Francis), did he marry? 639.
  Browne, Sir George, noticed, 114. 243. 301.
  Browne's Tragedy of Polidus, 159.
  Bruce (John) on Archbishop Curwen's letter to Archbishop Parker, 442.
  ---- Archbishop Parker's correspondence, 149.
  ---- Cromwell's portrait, 135.
  ---- Verney note decyphered, 17.
  B. (R. W.) on fox-hunting, 172.
  ---- pictorial pun, 385.
  ---- Robin Hood's festival, 622.
  * Bryan (Sir Francis), his pedigree, 564.
  B. (S.) on Lyte's new process, 373.
  ---- Sisson's developing solution, 157.
  B. (T.) on sangaree, 527.
  B--t (J.) on blotting-paper, 185.
  ---- dog Latin, 218.
  Buckle, its meaning, 304. 526.
  Buckton (T. J.) on barnacles, 224.
  ---- Council of Trent, 316.
  ---- Druses, 360.
  ---- Harmony of the Four Gospels, 415.
  ---- Hebrew names, how pronounced, 590.
  ---- Jews in China, 626.
  ---- Land Of Green Ginger, 227. 303.
  ---- manifesto of the Emperor Nicholas, 585. 655.
  ---- Peter Lombard's knowledge of Greek, 294.
  ---- Psalm cxxvii. 2., 641.
  ---- "Quem Deus vult perdere," 73.
  ---- Shakspearian parallels, 240.
  ---- sneezing an omen and deity, 121.
  ---- Sophocles, passage in, 631.
  ---- Thucydides on the Greek factions, 137.
  ---- Tsar, or Czar, 225.
  Bull, oblation of a white, 1.
  Bullaces explained, 167. 223. 326.
  Bulstrode's portrait, 293. 454.
  Bunyan's Emblems, 18.
  Burial in an erect posture, 5. 59. 233. 455. 630.
  ---- in unconsecrated ground, 43. 202. 329. 423. 527.
  ---- on north side of churches, 207.
  ---- service, passage in, 78. 177.
  Buriensis on church towers detached, 63.
  ---- daughters taking their mothers' names, 586.
  ---- Dr. Butler of St. Edmund's Bury, 125.
  ---- parish register mottoes, 30.
  ---- punning devices, 270.
  Burke's marriage, 134. 158.
  Burke's mighty boar of the forest, 136.
  Burleigh (Lord) and the dissenters, 487.
  Burnet (Bp), H. Wharton, and Smith, 167.
  Burn (J. S.) on inscription at North Stoneham, 339.
  ---- book burnt by the hangman, 348.
  ---- parish clerks' company, 452.
  ---- saltpetre-man, 399.
  Bursary explained, 159.
  Burton (Henry), his Works, 540.
  * Burton (John), his descendants, 271.
  Burton (Robert), author of Anatomy of Melancholy, his death, 495.
  Butler (Mr.) of St. Edmund's Bury, 125. 604.
  * Butler's Lives of the Saints, various editions, 387.
  Button's (Sir Thomas) Voyage, 385. 450.
  B. (V.) on Junius facts being authenticated, 8.
  B--w (F.) on derivation of unkid, 353.
  ---- "Never ending, still beginning," 162.
  ---- passage in Virgil, 400.
  ---- quotation from Pope, 208.
  ---- Tyndale's New Testament, 277.
  -by, as a termination, 105.
  * Byron (Lord) noticed, 55.
  ---- Childe Harold, passage in, 258.
  * Bysshe (Edward) noticed, 318.

          C.

  C. on Abigail, 86.
  ---- cash and mob, 524.
  ---- Christian names, 63.
  ---- encore, 524.
  ---- "Hip, hip, hurrah!" 255.
  ---- honorary degrees, 86.
  ---- island, its derivation, 209.
  ---- kissing hands, 64.
  ---- Lord North, 230.
  ---- Napoleon's spelling, 502.
  ---- Pennycomequick, 255.
  ---- "Sat cito si sat bene," 18.
  ---- "Up, guards, and at them!" 204.
  ---- Vandyke in America, 228.
  C. (1) on Rev. Joshua Brooks, 639.
  C. (A.) on pedigree to the time of Alfred, 586.
  ---- Tangier queries, 33.
  C. (A. B.) on cob-wall, 151.
  ---- curious posthumous occurrence, 6.
  ---- designed false English rhymes, 249.
  ---- first and last, 439.
  ---- "For man proposes, but God disposes," 411.
  Caen, encaustic tiles from, 493. 547.
  Cæsar (Sir Julius), his letter to Sir W. More, 172.
  * Caldecott's Translation of the New Testament, 410.
  * Caley's Ecclesiastical Survey, 104.
  Calves' Head Club, its doings, 315. 480.
  Calvin's correspondence, 62.
  Cambridge graduates, 365. 525.
  Cambro-Briton on the coronet of Llewelyn ap Griffith, 514.
  "Came," its early use, 468. 631.
  Camera lucida, 271. 354. 503.
  * Campbell (John) of Jamaica, 410.
  Campvere, privileges of, 88. 231.
  * Canning on the Treaty of 1824, 365.
  * Cannon-ball, singular discovery of one, 366.
  Cantab. on pedigree indices, 453.
  Cantab. (A.) on Nelly O'Brien and Kitty Fisher, 440.
  Cantab (Emmanuel) on passage in Bacon, 303.
  Cantabrigiensis on honorary D. C. L.'s, 8.
  * Canterbury, ancient privileges of the See, 56.
  Canute's Point, Southampton, 204.
  Capital punishment, mitigation of, 42. 112.
  Captain on Adm. Sir T. Tyddeman, 317.
  Caret on camera lucida, 271.
  Carey (Patrick), 406.
  Carlist calembourg, 618.
  Carnatic on "Begging the question," 640.
  Carr (Sir George) noticed, 327. 423.
  Carter (R. W.) on Yorkshire tradition, 617.
  * Cary (Dr. Robert) noticed, 79.
  Cash, is it an English word? 386. 524. 573. 651.
  * Castles of Scotland, how maintained, 366.
  * Castle Thorpe, Bucks, 387.
  C. (A. T.) on Sir Geo. Downing, 221.
  Cateaton Street, its derivation, 540.
  Cato (Isaiah) on monumental brasses abroad, 497.
  Cats, are white ones deaf? 135.
  Caucasus on the spelling of D'Israeli, 441.
  Cause: "The Good Old Cause," 44. 421.
  Cavaliers' Common Prayer Book, 536.
  Caves at Settle, in Yorkshire, 412. 651.
  Cawdrey's Treasure of Similes, 386. 499.
  Cawdrey (Zachary) noticed, 152.
  C. (B. H.), a chapter on rings, 416.
  ---- ballad of Sir Hugh, 614.
  ---- Baskerville's burial, 423.
  ---- black as a mourning colour, 502.
  ---- books chained in churches, 453.
  ---- chronograms, 280.
  ---- De Quincey's Account of Hatfield, 26.
  ---- engin-à-verge, 231.
  ---- examples of the word its, 12.
  ---- Hackney Church tower, 63.
  ---- "Haul over the coals," 280.
  ---- letter X on brewers' casks, 439.
  ---- magnet symbolical of Venus, 280.
  ---- mammon, an idol, 173.
  ---- monk and till, 527.
  ---- passage in Job, 205.
  ---- Pepys and East London topography, 263.
  ---- "Salus populi suprema lex," 526.
  ---- St. Paul and Seneca, 205.
  ---- scrape, its meaning, 422.
  ---- sheer hulk, 280.
  ---- Tsar, its etymology, 422.
  ---- weather rhymes, 512.
  C. (E.) on Hupfeld, 34.
  ---- Peter Allan, 539.
  ---- scale of vowel sounds, 34.
  Cecil (Lord), his Memorials, 442. 502.
  Celt, its derivation, 271. 651.
  Celtic etymology, 229. 551.
  Celtic words, collection of, wanted, 654.
  Celtic and Latin languages, their connexion, 174. 280. 353.
  Centenarian couple, 490.
  Ceridwen on Shakspeare controversy, 124.
  ---- yellow bottles for chemicals, 86.
  Cestriensis on book inscriptions, 591.
  ---- Geo. Wood of Chester, 34.
  ---- Minshull's Cheshire Collections, 467.
  ---- Wilbraham's Cheshire Collections, 270.
  Ceyrep on door-head inscriptions, 38. 454.
  ---- oaths, 605.
  ---- Raffaelle's Sposalizio, 574.
  ---- rings worn by ecclesiastics, 387.
  C. (F.) on Boswell's Johnson, 439.
  C. (F. G.) on symbol of sow, &c., 493.
  C. (G. A.) on Major André, 604.
  ---- Dr. Butler and St. Edmund's Bury, 604.
  ---- pronunciation of Coke and Cowper, 603.
  C. (G. M. E.) on execution for murdering a slave, 112.
  C. (H.) on splitting paper, 413.
  * Chadderton of Nuthurst, 564.
  Chaffers (W.) on voiding-knife, 297.
  Chair-moving, 537.
  Chandler, Bishop of Durham, accused of simony, 341. 630.
  Chanting of jurors, 502.
  Chapman (Mr.), one of the binders of the Harleian MSS., 335, 336
  Charity-schools, origin of, 69. 435.
  Charlecott on Shakspeare portrait, 438.
  Charles I., his portrait, 151. 233.
  Chartham on Sir Arthur Aston, 126.
  Chasles (Philarète) on berefellarii, 420.
  ---- blagueur and blackguard, 414.
  ---- comminatory inscriptions in books, 472.
  ---- Italian-English, German-English, &c. 436.
  * Chatham (Lord) on Fox and Newcastle ministry, 33.
  Chatterton and the Rowley Poems, 62.
  C. (H. B.) on Booty's case, 62.
  ---- capital punishment, 112.
  ---- historical impossibilities, 72.
  ---- old jokes, 146.
  ---- passage in Whiston, 645.
  ---- Tieck's Comoedia Divina, 570.
  C. (H. C.) on arms: battle-axe, 113.
  ---- Osborn filius Herfast, 654.
  ---- Richard Geering, 504.
  ---- Sir Arthur Aston, 629.
  ---- Sir G. Browne, 114.
  Chemistry, its derivation, 470.
  * Chester (Sir Wm.) noticed, 365.
  * Chester (Thomas), Bishop of Elphin, 340.
  Chesterfield (Earl of): see _Wotton_, Henry, Earl of.
  Cheverells on burial in erect posture, 5.
  ---- hurrah! &c., 185.
  ---- ornament in Crosthwaite Church, 200.
  Chicheley (Abp.), date of his birth, 198. 350.
  "Chip in porridge" explained, 208.
  "Chip of the Old Block" on the Heveninghams, 103.
  Choice of Hercules, 89.
  Choirochorographia, 151. 229.
  Christian names, 63.
  Christian year, note on its motto, 335.
  * ---- on a passage in, 539.
  Christmas in Pennsylvania, 615.
  ---- tree, 619.
  Christ's cross, 18.
  Chronicles of the Kings of Israel, 561.
  Chronograms, 42. 280. 351.
  ---- in Sicily, 562.
  Church, high and low, 117.
  Churches of England and Rome, which committed schism? 485. 631.
  * Church temporalities before Constantine, 412.
  Churchwardens, origin of, 584.
  * Cicero quoted in an unknown work, 640.
  Cid, a poem, 367. 574.
  City Companies, the smaller ones, 470.
  Civis on Edward Bysshe, 318.
  C. (J. G.) on poetical tavern signs, 353.
  C. (J. M.) on Anna Lightfoot, 87.
  Clare, legends of the county, 145. 264. 360. 437. 616.
  Clarence, origin of the dukedom, 565.
  Clarendon (Lord) and the tubwoman, 19.
  Clark (Alex.) noticed, 18. 517.
  Claymore, the original weapon, 365. 520.
  Cleek, a game, 63.
  Clem, as meaning starve, 64.
  Clement (St.), his apple-feast, 618.
  * Clergyman (English) in Spain, 410. 574.
  * Clerical duel, 7.
  Clericus (A.) on administration of the eucharist, 292.
  Clericus (D.) on Queen Anne's motto, 174.
  ---- arms of De Sissonne, 503.
  ---- head-dress temp. Charles I., 172.
  ---- Laodicean council, Canon xxxv., 7.
  ---- lines on Sir Francis Drake, 195.
  ---- Ravilliac, 219.
  Clericus Rusticus on cash and mob, 386.
  ---- namby-pamby, 318.
  ---- tailors' cabbage, 315.
  ---- topsy-turvy, 385.
  Clerk (A.) on photographs by artificial lights, 228.
  Clifford (Roger, fifth Lord) noticed, 184. 251.
  Clipper, its meaning, 100. 398.
  Close (Antony) on canonisation in the Greek Church, 292.
  Cloth, decomposed, discovered at York, 438.
  Clouds, classification of, 337.
  Clunk, origin of the word, 65. 654.
  C. (M. A. W.) on French Prayer Book, 343.
  C. (M. E.) on raining cats and dogs--helter skelter, 565.
  Cob and Conners, 43.
  Cob-wall, 151. 279.
  Cobb (Francis), his Diary, 18.
  Cocker's Arithmetic, later editions, 540.
  Coffins, their shape, 104. 256.
  Coin, its etymology, 443.
  Coke (Sir Robert), his ancestors, 517.
  Coke and Cowper, their pronunciation, 54. 603.
  Colchester corporation records, extracts from, 464.
  Coleridge's Christabel, 11. 111.
  ---- unpublished MSS., 43.
  Collar, a gold one found in Staffordshire, 537.
  Collar of SS., 398.
  College (Stephen), 310.
  * College exhibitions, work on, 57.
  Collier (J. Payne) on passage in "The Taming of the Shrew," 73.
  ---- Monovolume Shakspeare, 35.
  Collis (Thomas) on the churches of England and Rome, 631.
  Collyns (W.) on house-marks, 62.
  ---- Hon. Miss E. St. Leger, 89.
  ---- old lines newly revived, 76.
  ---- pronunciation of Bible names, 630.
  Comet superstitions in 1853, 358.
  * Confirmation, prejudice against, in adults, 440.
  Conger, its etymology, 444.
  Conner or Connah's quay, 43.
  Consecrated roses, 38. 135.
  Constanter on movable metal types, 454.
  Constantinople--Istamboul, 148.
  Constant Reader on Bishop Ferrar, 103.
  ---- Muller's processes, 451.
  ---- "Solamen miseris," &c., 272.
  * Contango, its derivation, 586.
  Convocation and the Propagation Society, 100.
  Convocation in the reign of George II., 465.
  Cook (Capt.), did he discover the Sandwich Islands? 6. 108.
  * Cookworthy (William) noticed, 585.
  Cooper (C. H.) on blotting-paper, 185.
  ---- "delusion, a mockery and a snare," 302.
  ---- dream testimony, 287.
  ---- Sir Thomas Elyot, 276.
  ---- strut-stowers and yeathers, 148.
  ---- "Tub to a whale," 304.
  Cooper (R. Jermyn) on "We've parted for the longest time," 388.
  Cooper (Samuel), the painter, 368.
  Cooper (Wm. Durrant) on longevity in Cleveland, 488.
  Cooper's Chronicle, 494.
  * Copyright law and the British Museum, 468.
  Corner (G. R.) on Reynolds' portrait of Baretti, 411.
  Corney (Bolton) on Capt. John Davies, 450.
  ---- Milton and Malatesti, 237.
  ---- Robert Drury, 181.
  ---- Sims's Handbook to the Library of the British Museum, 511.
  ---- Vida on Chess, 4-9.
  Cornish (James) on Hamlet and George Steevens, 195.
  ---- "Mary, weep no more for me," 385.
  ---- Pennycomequick, 184.
  Cornish miners, superstition of, 7. 215.
  * "Corporations have no souls," &c., 587.
  Corpse, curious occurrence respecting, 6. 205.
  Corser (Thos.) on parochial libraries, 369.
  Coryate's Crudities quoted, 558.
  * Cotterell (Sir Charles), his death, 564.
  Cotton (Archd.) on Roman Catholic Bible Society, 494.
  * Cottons of Fowey, 317.
  County rhymes, 615.
  Court House in Painswick, 493. 596.
  Cousins, marriage of, 387. 525.
  Cowgill on Talleyrand's maxim, 136.
  ---- the termination -by, 105.
  Cowper and Pope, 383.
  Cramp (W.) on origin of book reviews, 411.
  Cranmer's Correspondences, 183. 222.
  Cranston on Milton's Familiar Correspondence, 640.
  Crashaw (Richard), epigram by, 242.
  Crassus' saying, 258.
  Craton the philosopher, 441. 603.
  Creed (G.) on Judas Iscariot's descendants, 56.
  ---- Tom Thumb's Castle at Gonerby, 35.
  Creed, the superstitious use of, 613.
  Creole, its meaning, 138.
  Crescent, origin of the standard, 196. 319. 653.
  C. (R. H.) on Craton the philosopher, 441.
  ---- passages in Shakspeare, 216.
  ---- Prie-Dieu: ancient furniture, 101.
  * Crieff compensation, 540.
  * Crispin and Crispianus, story of, 619.
  Crito on city bellmen, 538.
  * Cromwell's descendants, 442.
  ---- portrait, 55. 135. 279.
  Cross, its anticipatory use, 132. 417. 545.
  Cross of Calvary composed of four kinds of wood, 329.
  * Crosses on stoles, 411.
  Crossley (Francis) on Celtic etymologies, 345.
  ---- humbug, its signification, 422.
  ---- letter "h" in humble, 298.
  ---- longevity, 523.
  ---- pronunciation of humble, 551.
  ---- yew-trees in churchyards, 448.
  Crosthwaite Church, ornament in, 55. 200. 452.
  * Crow--"To pluck a crow with one," 197.
  Crow-bar, its derivation, 439.
  * Cruden, the battle of, 173.
  Cruickstown Castle noticed, 445.
  C. (R. W.) on Cottons of Fowey, 317.
  C. (S. G.) on Derbyshire folk lore, 512.
  ---- Gabriel Poyntz, 440.
  ---- gold collar found in Staffordshire, 538.
  ---- Illustrium Poetarum Flores, 243.
  ---- lemon-juice as a medicine, 217.
  ---- pronunciation of humble, 393.
  ---- sincere, simple, singular, 567.
  ---- Sir William Hankford, 342.
  ---- tin, early notices of, 593.
  C. (T.) on family of Hoby, 525.
  Ctus (J.) on Lofcopp or Lufcopp, 245.
  Cucumber time, 439.
  Cumming (J. G.) on St. Patrick and Maune, 291.
  ---- yew-trees in churchyards, 346.
  * Curates, stipendiary, 340.
  Curfew, places where still rung, 466. 603. 628.
  Curtis (J. Lewelyn) on liveries worn by gentlemen, 473.
  * Curwen (Archbishop), his letter to Archbishop Parker, 442.
  Cusack (Capt. George), the pirate, 272.
  Custom of y^e Englishe, 362.
  C. (W.) on "I put a spoke in his wheel," 351.
  ---- Laird of Brodie, 232.
  ---- manners of the Irish, 279.
  ---- white bell heather transplanted, 79.
  Czar or Tsar, its derivation, 150. 226. 422.

          D.

  D. on Crieff compensation, 540.
  ---- New Universal Magazine, 639.
  D. (A. A.) on passage in the Christian Year, 539.
  ---- font, its position, 149.
  ---- praying to the West, 591.
  ---- Taylor's Holy Living, 469.
  ---- Wilson's Sacra Privata, 469.
  Dale (J. H. Van) on Flemish refugees, 196.
  D'Alton (John) on Ballina Castle, 577.
  * Dameran (Governor) noticed, 34.
  Dance of Death, its republication, 76.
  * Daniel (John) noticed, 318.
  Danish and Swedish, 444.
  Danish names in England, 58.
  Darling's Cyclopædia, its utility, 125.
  Daughter pronounced dafter, 292. 504.
  * Daughters taking their mothers' names, 586.
  * Daventry, duel at, 78.
  David's mother, 539.
  Davies (F. R.) on legends of the county Clare, 145. 264. 360. 436. 616.
  Davis (Captain John), 385. 450.
  Dawson (Benj.) on "an" before _u_ long, 244.
  ---- letter "h" in humble, 229.
  Days, unlucky, 305.
  [Hebrew: D]. ([Hebrew: B].) on X on brewers' casks, 572.
  D. (C.) on foot-guards' uniform, 64.
  D. (C. D.) on New Brunswick folk lore, 382.
  D.C.L.'s, honorary, 8. 86. 162.
  D. (E.) on Bunyan's emblems, 18.
  ---- Cobb's Diary, 18.
  ---- effigies with folded hands, 9.
  ---- Faithful Teate, 62.
  D. (E. A.) on Samuel Wilson, 242.
  Death on the fingers, 362.
  De Bure (J. J.), sale of his library, 434.
  Deceitfulness of Love, an inedited poem, 311.
  Deck (Norris) on Eugene Aram's Lexicon, 255.
  ---- Cambridgeshire folk lore, 512.
  ---- font, its position, 234.
  ---- heraldic notes, 265.
  ---- nightingale's song, 651.
  ---- pure, its meaning, 230.
  ---- Richard, king of the Romans, his arms, 653.
  ---- wooden tombs and effigies, 255.
  Dedication crosses, 201.
  Dee, legendary allusions to its divinity, 588.
  Degrees, honorary, 8. 86. 162.
  D. (E. H. D.) on ampers and, 524.
  ---- lines "Could we with ink," &c., 257.
  Delaval (Miss), her Poems, 171.
  * Delft manufacture, 125.
  Delta (H.) on "Mirrour to all who follow the wars," 151.
  De Mareville (Honoré) on oaths, 472.
  Demayne (Charles) on work on the human figure, 390.
  Denham (M. A.) on Henry, third Earl of Northumberland, 515.
  ---- no sparrows at Lindham, 572.
  ---- vault at Richmond, Yorkshire, 573.
  * Denison family, 468.
  Dent (Mr.) of Winterton, his burial, 202.
  Denton (William) on Bishop Thomas Wilson, 220.; extract in his Sacra
      Privata, 243.
  ---- Cardinal Fleury and Bp. Wilson, 245.
  ---- Dr. Richard Sherlock, 245.
  De Quincey's account of Hatfield, 26.
  De Sissonne of Normandy, his arms, 243. 327. 503.
  Devereux (John) of Wexford, 5.
  Devereux (Walter) on Theobald le Botiller, 572.
  Devlin (J. Davies) on Crispin and Crispianus, 619.
  Devonianisms, 44. 65. 654.
  Devoniensis on "Well's a fret," 197.
  D. (F.) on point of etiquette, 386.
  D. (G.) on Hartman's account of Waterloo, 198.
  D. (H. W.) on stereoscopic angles, 501.
  Dial inscriptions, 224.
  Diamond (Dr. H. W.) on collodion process, 133.
  ---- calotype process, 548. 596.
  ---- printing on albumenised paper, 324.
  ---- simplicity of the calotype process, 596.
  Dick, or Duke Shore, Limehouse, 263.
  Dictionaries and encyclopædias, 385. 502.
  * Dictionary of English Phrases, 292.
  Dictum de Kenilworth, 57.
  Dimidiation by impalement, 230.
  * Dimmeson (Capt. Jan) noticed, 469.
  Diodati (Charles) noticed, 295. 577.
  * Dionysia in Boeotia, 340.
  Dionysios on "Amor nummi," 149.
  Dionysius on Henry Burton, 540.
  Discovery of the Inquisition, 137. 350.
  Diseases, non-recurring, 516.
  * D'Israeli, how spelt, 441.
  Dissimulate, its earliest use, 10.
  Divining-rod, 293. 350. 400. 479. 623.
  D. (J.) on Donnybrook fair, 86.
  ---- poetical tavern signs, 568.
  D. (M.) on foreign medical education, 398.
  ---- photographic copies of MSS., 501.
  D. (N.) on emblems of the precious stones, 539.
  D--n (W.) on gloves at fairs, 136.
  ---- Ken: The Crown of Glory, 113.
  * "Doctor," queries in the, 410.
  Dodd (Dr. Wm.) a dramatist, 245.
  * Doddridge (Dr.), love poem by him, 516.
  Dodo, or Doun Bardolf, 605.
  Dog-Latin, 218. 523.
  Dog, an old, the phrase, 208.
  Dog taught French, 581.
  Dog-whipping day in Hull, 409.
  Dollop, its etymology, 65.
  * Domesday-book abbreviations, 151.
  Dominic (St.) noticed, 136.
  Done pedigree, 57.
  Donkies, testimonials to, 488.
  Donnybrook fair, 86.
  Don Quixote, spurious Continuation of, 590.
  Dotinchem, in Holland, 151. 375.
  Doubter on longevity, 182.
  Downing (Sir George) noticed, 221.
  * Doxology in Tusser, 440.
  D. (Q.) on emblematical works, 88.
  ---- Shakspeare and the Bible, 384.
  Dragoon on the forlorn hope, 526.
  * Drainage, artificial, 493.
  Drake (Dr.), his Historia Anglo-Scotica, 272. 346.
  Drake (Sir Francis), his ship, 558.
  ---- lines on, 195.
  Draught, or draft of air, 317.
  Dream testimony, 287.
  Dredge (John I.) on Cawdray's Treasurie of Similies, 500.
  Dress, recent works on, 390.
  Drofsniag on gloves at fairs, 421.
  Drummer's letter, 153.
  Drury (Robert) noticed, 104. 161.
  Druses, 360.
  D. (S.) on translation of Ps. cxxvii. 2., 643.
  D. (T.) on hackney-coach proclamation, 122.
  Du Barry (Countess) noticed, 151.
  Ducking-stool, 315.
  Dumfries, the siller gun of, 412.
  Dunkin (A. J.) on Henry IV.'s leprosy, 340.
  ---- lines from Sir Walter Scott, 622.
  ---- Our Lady of Rounceval, 340.
  Duport's lines on Izaak Walton, 193.
  Dutch, high and low, 413. 478. 601.
  Duval (C. A.) on Duval family, 423.
  Duval family, 318. 423.
  D. (W. B.) on books chained in churches, 596.
  ---- hour-glasses, 525.
  ---- motto on Wylcotes' brass, 494.

          E.

  E. on privileges of Campvere, 89.
  ---- English clergyman in Spain, 574.
  ---- Laurie on Currency, &c., 491.
  ---- Marlborough at Blenheim, 409.
  "Earth upon earth," &c., 110. 353.
  Eastwood (J.) on acharis or achatis, 280.
  ---- books chained in churches, 273.
  Eaton (T. D.) on positives on glass, 451.
  Ebff (J.) on county rhymes, 615.
  Ecclesiastical censure in the Middle Ages, 466.
  E. (C. I.) on the translation of Ps. cxxvii. 2., 520.
  Eclipse in 1263, 441.
  * Eclipses of the sun, list of, 244.
  E. (C. P.) on quotations in Bacon's Essays, 353.
  ---- "Populus vult decipi," 65.
  Edict of Nantes, its revocation, 639.
  Edifices of ancient and modern times, 81.
  Editors, offer to intending, 172.
  Edmeston (James) on Belle Sauvage, 523.
  Edward II., where was he killed? 387. 477.
  Edward V., his birth-place, 468. 601.
  Effigies and wooden tombs, 19. 255. 455. 604.
  * ---- with folded hands, 9.
  E. (H.) on shirt collars, 467.
  Eirionnach on Catholic floral dictionaries, 585.
  ---- Cornish miners, their superstition, 7.
  ---- "Homo unius libri," 569.
  ---- longevity, 577.
  ---- phantom bells, 576.
  ---- pigs said to see the wind, 100.
  ---- Rosicrucians, 175.
  ---- serpents, notes on, 39.
  ---- women and tortoises, 535.
  E. (J.) on Major André, 399.
  E. (J. H.) on Richard Oswald, 549.
  Elections, contested, 208.
  * Electric telegraph, its discoverer, 364.
  * Elizabeth (Queen) and her _true_ looking-glass, 220.
  ---- and the Michaelmas goose, 368.
  Ellacombe (H. T.) on bell-ringing for the dead, 130.
  ---- coffins, their shape, 104.
  ---- Colonel Hyde Seymour, 388.
  ---- door-head inscriptions, 454. 652.
  ---- female parish clerk, 475.
  ---- Mr. Justice Newton, 15.
  ---- Roger Outlawe, 5.
  Elliot (Mr.), binder of the Harleian MSS., 335.
  Elliott (R.) on Stewart's pantograph, 301.
  Elliott (R. W.) on Beauty of Buttermere, 126.
  ---- books chained in churches, 206.
  ---- burial in erect posture, 630.
  ---- burial in unconsecrated places, 203.
  ---- Chicheley, archbishop of Canterbury, 198.
  ---- History of York, 125.
  ---- Holy Trinity Church, Hull, 638.
  ---- Lamb's unpublished Essay, 55.
  ---- Land of Green Ginger, 160. 522.
  ---- ornament in Crosthwaite Church, 55. 452.
  ---- ringing bells for the dead, 130.
  Ellison (R.) on female parish clerk, 475.
  Elly (Little), a mythological tale, 95.
  Elsevir on portraits at Brickwall House, 573.
  Elyot (Sir Thomas) noticed, 220. 276.
  E. (M.) on colour of ink in writings, 30.
  ---- Dr. Doddridge, 516.
  ---- contested elections, 208.
  ---- Jeremy Taylor and Lord Hatton, 207.
  ---- Lachlan Macleane, 619.
  ---- longevity, 523. 655.
  ---- Lord North, 183.
  ---- Major André, 644.
  ---- national methods of applauding, 6.
  ---- portrait of Lee, 540.
  ---- red hair, 522.
  ---- "The Rebellious Prayer," 19.
  * Emblem on a chimney-piece, 219.
  Emblems of the precious stones, 539.
  Emblems, works on, 88.
  E. (M. M.) on Keiser Glomer, 126.
  ---- Tieck's Comoedia Divina, 126.
  Encaustic tiles from Caen, 493. 547.
  Encore, when first used, 387. 524.
  Encyclopædicus on dictionaries and encyclopædias, 385.
  Enfield palace, 271. 352.
  Engin-à-verge explained, 65. 231.
  Engraving, historical, 86.
  Ennui, its modern use, 377. 523.
  Enough, its pronunciation, 210.
  Epaulettes, their origin, 244.
  EPIGRAMS, 8. 154.
    Greek, 622.
    Kemble, Willet, and Forbes, 8.
    * MacAdam, 441.
  EPITAPHS:--
    Alvechurch, Worcestershire, 274.
    American, 491.
    Appleby, Leicestershire, 196.
    Cofton Hacket, 274.
    Crayford, 363.
    editor, 274.
    enigmatical, at Christchurch in Hampshire, 147.
    epitaphium Lucretiæ, 563.
    Ireland, 513.
    Leicestershire, 582.
    Llangerrig, Montgomeryshire, 30.
    Matilda, empress, 77.
    Ombersley churchyard, 274.
    Pewsey, Wiltshire, 274.
    Politian at Florence, 537.
    Robin of Doncaster, its original, 30.
    Stalbridge, Dorsetshire, 289.
    St. Andrew's Church, Worcester, 274.
    Thomas Blount, 286.
    Thomas Tipper, 147.
    Torrington churchyard, Devon, 537.
    Tuckett's wife, 274.
    Wingfield church, Suffolk, 98.
    Wood Ditton, 385.
    Wordsworth's on Mrs. Vernon, 315.
  [Greek: Hêraldikos] on Gresebrook in Yorkshire, 389.
  Erica on "Amentium haud Amantium," 136.
  ---- bees, 575.
  ---- burial of Ben Jonson, 455.
  ---- oaths, 471.
  ---- Warwickshire folk lore, 146.
  Erin on Cromwell's descendants, 442.
  Este on books chained in churches, 453.
  ---- day at our antipodes, 479.
  ---- lines "Earth says to earth," &c., 353.
  ---- passage in Tempest, 408.
  ---- Shakspeare, with a digest, 362.
  Etiquette, a point of, 386. 527.
  Etonensis on school libraries, 298.
  Etymo on Cateaton Street, 540.
  Eucharist, how administered, 292.
  Euclid on British mathematicians, 541.
  * Euripides, passages from, 198.
  Evans (John) on medal of Mary Queen of Scots, 445.
  Eve, etymology of the name, 655.
  Evelyn (John), inscription on his tomb, 329.
  E. (W.) on burial in unconsecrated ground, 527.
  ---- slow-worm superstition, 479.
  ---- receipt or recipe, 583.
  Ewart (Wm.) on Harris's MS. sermons, 439.
  ---- Lord Chatham, 33.
  ---- Napoleon's bees, 30.
  E. (W. F.) on Dr. Diamond's collodion process, 41.
  Eye, the primary idea attached to it, 25. 204.

          F.

  F. on Mallet's second wife, 272.
  ---- passages from Euripides, 198.
  ---- passage in Virgil, 576.
  ---- "Short red, God red," &c., 182.
  Faber on "Hauling over the coals," 125.
  Fairies, propitiating the, 617.
  Fairlie (Robert) noticed, 159.
  Falahill, the house of, 134.
  Falconer (Thos.) on case referred to in Hamlet, 123.
  Farrer (Rev. James), his bequest of books, 369.
  Fatal Mistake, by Jos. Hayns, 174.
  Fauconberge family, 155.
  * Fauntleroy, inquiry respecting, 270.
  Faussett museum, 553. 656.
  F. (C. E.) on albumenised paper, 373. 572.
  ---- glass chambers for photography, 133.
  ---- new process of positive proofs, 397.
  F. (C. H.) on Matthew Lewis, 388.
  Fecialis on Turnbull's Continuation of Robertson, 515.
  Fenton on the forlorn hope, 411.
  * Fenton (R.), translation of Athenæus, 198.
  Ferguson (James F.), epitaph in Ireland, 513.
  ---- unlucky days, 305.
  Ferguson (J. F.) on Captain Geo. Cusack, 272.
  * Ferns wanted, 441.
  Ferrand (D.) noticed, 243. 329.
  Ferrar (Bishop), 103. 376.
  F. (G. F.) on Old Fogie, 64.
  Fiat Justitia on Paley's plagiarisms, 589.
  Ficulnus on ballad of Bonnie Dundee, 19.
  Fierce, a peculiar use of the word, 280. 352.
  Figg (Wm.) on second growth of grass, 229.
  * Fire-irons, their antiquity, 587.
  First and last, their different meanings, 439.
  * Fisher (Kitty) noticed, 440.
  Fisher (P. H.) on the Court-House, Painswick, 596.
  ---- epitaphs unpublished, 30.
  ---- inscription near Cirencester, 129.
  ---- school libraries, 640.
  Fitch (Joshua G.) on mottoes of German emperors, 170.
  Fitzherbert (Anthony) noticed, 158. 276. 351.
  Fitzsimons (R.) on Virgil, quoted by Dr. Johnson, 270.
  F. (J.) on John Frewen, 296.
  F. (J. W.) on "delighted" in Shakspeare, 241.
  * Flemish refugees, 196.
  Fleury (Cardinal), his regard for the Manx, 245.
  * Floral directories, Catholic, 585.
  Florin and the royal arms, 621.
  Fogies, old, 64. 154. 256. 455. 652.
  FOLK LORE, 145. 215. 264. 360. 382. 512. 613-618.
    Cambridgeshire, 382. 512.
    Cheshire, 617.
    Clare, 360.
    Cornish, 618.
    Derbyshire, 512.
    Devonshire, 146. 265.
    Hampshire, 617.
    Lincolnshire (North), 382.
    Manx, 617.
    New Brunswick, 382.
    Northamptonshire, 146. 216.
    Nottinghamshire, 490.
    Pennsylvanian, 615. 618.
    Portuguese, 382.
    Staffordshire, 618.
    Warwickshire, 146. 490.
    Worcestershire, 617.
    Yorkshire, 617.
  Font at Islip, 363.
  Font, its position, 149. 234.
  Foot-Guards, their uniform, 64.
  Forbes (C.) on Boswell's Johnson, 551.
  ---- green eyes, 592.
  ---- plea for the horse, 287.
  ---- "Putting your foot into it," 159.
  Foreign-English, specimens of, 137.
  Forlorn hope, its origin, 411. 526. 569.
  Forms of prayer, Occasional, 535.
  Forrell, its derivation, 527.
  Fortification, Greek and Roman, 469. 654.
  Foss (Edward) on collar of SS., 398.
  ---- green pots at the Temple, 256.
  ---- judges styled Reverend, 276.
  ---- Littlecott, Sir John Popham, 218.
  ---- Mr. Justice Newton, 110.
  ---- Sir William Hankford, 342.
  * Fossil trees between Cairo and Suez, 126.
  Fox (Charles) and Gibbon, 312.
  Foxes and Firebrands, reprint suggested, 172.
  ---- noticed, 485.
  * Fox-hunting, its origin, 172.
  Fox (Major-Gen. Charles) on Baretti's portrait, 477.
  Franklin (Dr.), lines in his handwriting, 196. 281.
  ---- portrait by West, 208.
  * Fraser (Gen.) noticed, 586.
  Fraser (W.) on etymology of balderdash, 342.
  ---- Burke's Mighty Boar of the Forest, 136.
  ---- books burned by the common hangman, 625.
  ---- Canterbury see, its ancient privileges, 56.
  ---- chanting of jurors, 502.
  ---- cob-wall, 279.
  ---- confirmation, prejudice against, 440.
  ---- Convocation and Propagation Society, 100.
  ---- Convocation temp. George II, 465.
  ---- Devonshire charm for the thrush, 146.
  ---- Elijah's Mantle, its author, 295.
  ---- fierce, its peculiar use, 281.
  ---- French abbés, 102.
  ---- General Fraser, 586.
  ---- "Homo unius libri," 440.
  ---- Irish suffragan bishops, 256.
  ---- Jewish custom, 618.
  ---- judges styled Reverend, 631.
  ---- love charm from a foal's forehead, 606.
  ---- Mary Queen of Scots' medal, 293.
  ---- patriarchs of the West, 317.
  ---- singing psalms and politics, 230.
  ---- Speaker of the Commons in 1697, 152.
  ---- "stars the flowers of heaven," 346.
  ---- Terræ filius, its origin, 292.
  ---- "to speak in lutestring," 202.
  Freher (Dionysius Andreas) noticed, 247.
  * French abbés, their status, 102.
  French (G. J.) on tiles from Caen, 547.
  French, teaching a dog, 581.
  French verse, 336.
  Frere (Geo. E.) on Greek epigram, 622.
  ---- stage-coaches, 439.
  Frewen (John) noticed, 222. 296.
  Froissart's accuracy, 494. 604.
  F. (R. W.) on second growth of grass, 102.
  F. (T.) on Gen. Sir C. Napier, 631.
  ---- Major André, 277.
  ---- Scotch newspapers, 57.
  Fuenvicouil [Fingal] and the giant, 610.
  Funeral custom, 218.
  Furvus on Nottinghamshire customs, 490.
  ---- saltpetre maker, 225.
  F. (W. H.) on Picts' houses, 551.
  F. (W. M.) on collodion pictures, 181.
  ---- cyanuret of potassium, 157.
  ---- Dr. Parr's letter on Milton, 433.
  ---- lining of cameras, 157.
  ---- multiplying photographs, 158.
  ---- trial of lenses, 133.

          G.

  G. on Dr. James Anderson, 198.
  ---- consecrated roses, 135.
  ---- Earl of Oxford, 392.
  ---- German heraldry, 204.
  ---- helmets, 645.
  ---- Lady Percy, 104.
  ---- pedigree indices, 453.
  ---- Queen Anne's motto, 255.
  ---- quotation in Bishop Watson, 587.
  ---- Tradescant's marriage, 513.
  ---- Turnbull's Continuation of Robertson, 552.
  Gage (Thomas), author of the New Survey of the West Indies, 144.
  Gale of rent, its meaning, 563. 655.
  Galilei (Galileo), sonetto by, 295.
  Ganske on La Blanche des réaus Lignages, 150.
  Gantillon (P. J. F.) on "Amentium haud Amantium," 136.
  ---- burial in unconsecrated ground, 527.
  ---- Burke's marriage, 134.
  ---- Edinburgh Review, reference, 152.
  ---- Fenton's translation of Athenæus, 198.
  ---- Fragments in Athenæus, 104.
  ---- Hodgson's Atys of Catullus, 563.
  ---- Jacob Bobart, 159.
  ---- "Johnson's turgid style," 526.
  ---- misquotations, 315.
  ---- "old dog," use of the phrase, 208.
  ---- Presbyterian titles, 127.
  ---- quotation from Byron, 305.
  ---- "rathe" in the sense of "early," 208.
  ---- rhymes on places, 305.
  ---- topsy-turvy, 526.
  * Gardiner (Bp.), De verâ Obedientâ, 54.
  Gardiner (H.) on the word mob, 631.
  ---- nightingale's song, 652.
  Gardiner (W.) on The Forsaken Nymph, 444.
  Gardner (J. D.) on "Up, Guards, and at them!" 184.
  Garland (John) on Nash the architect, 79.
  Garlichithe on Milton's widow, 134. 594.
  ---- on Sir John Vanbrugh, 160.
  * Garrick Street. May Fair, 411.
  Garter, lines on the institution of the Order, 53. 182. 479.
  Gascoigne (C. J.), his tomb, 278. 342.
  Gatty (Alfred) on bells at Berwick-upon-tweed, 293.
  ---- mitigation of capital punishment, 42.
  Gaunt (John of), his descendants, 155. 268.
  G. (C. P.) on La Fleur des Saintes, 410.
  G. (C. S.) on oaths, 364.
  G. (C. W.) on daughter pronounced dafter, 292.
  ---- serpent with a human head, 304.
  G. (E. A.) on Martyn the regicide, 621.
  G. (E. C.) on muffs worn by gentlemen, 63.
  Gedge (Sydney) on nightingale's song, 112.
  Geering (Richard), his arms and pedigree, 340. 504.
  Genealogy, catalogue of privately-printed books on, 606.
  Geneva arms, 563.
  * Genitive and plural, analogy between, 411.
  Gentry, return of, temp. Henry VI., 469. 630.
  Geometrical curiosity, 468.
  George III. reviewing the 10th Light Dragoons, 538.
  ---- a mark of his dislike of the Prince of Wales, 538.
  German, or Christmas tree, 619.
  German emperors, mottoes of, 170. 548.
  ---- heraldry, 150. 204.
  * ---- phrase, 150.
  Getsrn on bibliography, 62.
  ---- cleaning old oak, 59.
  ---- edifices of ancient and modern date, 81.
  ---- shoulder knots and epaulettes, 244.
  G. (F. J.) on an Indian word, 539.
  G. (H. T.) on analogy between genitive and plural, 411.
  ---- "came," its early use, 468.
  ---- tenets, or tenents, 453.
  Gibbings (Robert) on riddle in Aulus Gellius, 322.
  Gibbon (Edward), his library, 88. 208.
  ---- his letters quoted, 247.
  ----, lines on his promotion to the Board of Trade, 312.
  Gibson (Wm. Sidney) on Petrarch's Laura, 562.
  ---- the state prison in the Tower, 509.
  Gilbert family, 18.
  Gilbert (James) on the Gilbert family, 18.
  Ginger, its cultivation in England, 227.
  G. (J.) on marriage of cousins, 525.
  G. (J. M.) on books chained in churches, 595.
  ---- historical engraving, 86.
  G. (K.) on Bp. Patrick, 103.
  Glaius on Cambridge graduates, 525.
  ---- return of gentry temp. Henry VI., 469.
  ---- the Rothwell family, 243.
  Glossarial queries, 294.
  Glover's handwriting, 589.
  Gloves at fairs, 136. 421. 601.
  G. (M. L.) on female parish clerk, 475.
  G. (M. R.) on Father Matthew's chickens, 469.
  Göthe's author-remuneration, 29.
  Goldsmith's Haunch of Venison, 640.
  Gole (Russell) on attainment of majority, 371.
  ---- female parish clerk, 474.
  ---- hand in Bishop's Cannings Church, 269.
  ---- marriage custom at Knutsford, 617.
  ---- mitred abbot in Wroughton Church, 411.
  G. (O. L. R.) on Ballina Castle, 411.
  ---- Bishop Grehan, 440.
  ---- Hodgkins's tree, Warwick, 410.
  ---- McDowall family, 563.
  ---- Siller gun of Dumfries, 412.
  ---- vault at Richmond, Yorkshire, 388.
  Gordon (G. J. R.) on Dotinchem, 151.
  Gorran (Nicholas de) noticed, 81.
  Gough (Henry) on arms of Richard, King of the Romans, 454.
  ---- burial in an erect posture, 455.
  ---- effigies in wood, 455.
  ---- hand in Bishop's Cannings Church, 454.
  ---- heraldic query, 480.
  ---- Stafford knot, 454.
  Gout, Abp. Lancaster's cure for the, 6.
  G. (R.) on Bp. Gardener, "De verâ Obedientiâ," 54.
  ---- Lord Cecil's Memorials, 502.
  ---- Laodicean council, 87.
  ---- "pinece with a stink," 350.
  ---- portable altars, 183.
  Grab, its derivation, 466.
  Graeff (Andries de), his portrait, 573.
  Grafton (third Duke of) noticed, 238.
  Grammar in relation to logic, 514. 629.
  Grammont's Mémoires, notes on, 461. 549.
  ---- his marriage, 549.
  Granville family, their arms, 265.
  Grass, its second growth, 102. 229.
  Graves (J.) on Bohn's edition of Hoveden, 11.
  ---- manners of the Irish, 111.
  ---- pedigree of Sir Francis Bryan, 564.
  ---- real signatures, 94.
  Gravestone falsified at Stratford, 124.
  Gray, "The ploughman homeward plods," 241.
  Grayan (A.) on sights and exhibitions temp. James I., 558.
  Gray's Inn, list of students, 540. 650.
  * Greek Church, canonisation in, 292.
  ---- epigram, 622.
  ---- inscription on a font, 198. 352.
  Green (Dr. J. H.) and Coleridge, 43.
  Green eyes, 407. 592.
  Greenlaw (Charles P.), his efforts in obtaining steam for India, 560.
  * Green's Secret Plot, 79.
  * Grehan (Bishop) noticed, 440.
  Gresebrook in Yorkshire, 389.
  Griffin on Dr. Misaubin, 8.
  Griffith (H. T.) on books chained in churches, 273.
  ---- "Clamour your tongues," 254.
  ---- detached belfry towers, 185.
  ---- Hewit, Sir William, 270.
  ---- "Inter cuncta micans," &c., 230.
  Groaning-board, 309.
  ---- elm plank in Dublin, 397.
  Gulielmus on Webb and Walker families, 386.
  Gurney's Short-hand, 589.
  Gw. on Hayns' Fatal Mistake, 174.
  ---- Pætus and Arria, 219.
  ---- Professional Poems, 244.
  G. (W. H.) on Duport's lines to Izaak Walton, 193.
  G. (W. S.) on inscription near Chalcedon, 151.
  ---- Istamboul: Constantinople, 148.
  ---- oblation of a white bull, 1.
  ---- Rome and the number Six, 490.

          H.

  H. on day at the Antipodes, 102.
  ---- Duval family, 318.
  ---- Flaxman's Æschylus, 622.
  ---- General Wall, 318.
  ---- lane, its meaning, 366.
  ---- Lessons for Lent, the author, 150.
  ---- manners of the Irish, 4.
  ---- white cats being deaf, 135.
  H, the letter, in humble, 54. 229. 298. 393. 551.
  H. (A.) on Sir C. Wren and the young carver, 340.
  Hackney-coach proclamation, 122.
  Haden (F. Seymour) on Historical Account of Libraries, 653.
  Hale (Philip) on fragments of MSS., 77.
  Halifax (Lord) and Mrs. Catherine Barton, 429. 543. 590.
  Halliwell (J. O.) on coincident suggestions on the text of Shakspeare,
      265.
  ---- digest of Shakspearian readings, 466.
  Hampden (John), his death, 495. 646.
  * Hampton Court pictures, 538.
  * Handel's Dettingen Te Deum, 388.
  * Handwriting, a manual of, 639.
  Hankford (Sir William) noticed, 278. 342.
  H. (A. O.) on Aix Ruochim, 150.
  ---- the ship William and Ann, 54.
  Harbottle (Cecil) on The Winter's Tale, 95.
  Hardwick (C.) on Harmony of the Four Gospels, 415.
  ---- La Fleur des Saints, 604.
  Hardy (William) on John of Gaunt's descendants, 155.
  Harington (E. C.) on Cawdray's Treasurie of Similies, 499.
  Harleian library, its binders, 335.
  Harmony of the Four Gospels, the earliest, 316. 414. 551.
  * Harrington, William, fifth Lord, 366.
  Harris (Rev. J.), his MS. Sermons, 439.
  Harrowgate, entertainment at, 82.
  Harry (James Spence) on High and Low Dutch, 478.
  * Hartman's account of Waterloo, 198.
  Harvest, a distich on the late, 513.
  Harwood (Dr.), his death, 57.
  * Haschish, or Indian hemp, 540.
  Hatfield (John) executed for forgery, 26.
  Hatfield (Martha), 310.
  Haulf-naked, manor of, 205. 350.
  H. (A. W.) on the meaning of Acharis, 198.
  ---- Domesday-book abbreviations, 151.
  Hawkins (Edw.) on meaning of clem, 64.
  ---- school libraries, 298.
  Hazel (W.) on bells at Berwick-upon-Tweed, 630.
  ---- parish clerks and politics, 575.
  ---- quantity of words, 552.
  ---- topsy-turvy, 575.
  Hazelwood on palace at Enfield, 271.
  H. (C.) on Life of Savigny, 294.
  H. de H. (T.) on dimidiation by impalement, 230.
  ---- French jeux d'esprit, 242.
  ---- "Magna est veritas," &c., 77.
  ---- parvise, 161.
  ---- unneath, 161.
  H. (E.) on barrels regiment, 620.
  ---- letter "h" in humble, 298.
  ---- Northamptonshire folk lore, 146.
  ---- school libraries, 395.
  ---- snail-eating, 128.
  ---- Whitaker's ingenious Earl, 135.
  Head-dress temp. Charles I., 172.
  Healing, the office for, 504.
  Hebrew names, their pronunciation, 469. 590.
  H. (E. C.) on High Dutch and Low Dutch, 601.
  ---- pronunciation of Hebrew names, 590.
  ---- pronunciation of humble, 394.
  ---- "To come," 631.
  H. (E. L.) on erroneous forms of speech, 65.
  Hele (Henry H.) on cleaning old oak, 58.
  ---- Pennycomequick, 113.
  Hellas, the early inhabitants of, 27.
  Helmets in armorial bearings, 538. 645.
  Helter-skelter, its etymology, 391. 565.
  Hemans (Felicia), inedited lyric by, 407. 629. 650.
  Henderson (Hugh) on nitrate of silver, 134.
  Henri on Webb of Monckton Farleigh, 563.
  Henri van Laun on "Hierosolyma est perdita," 561.
  ---- influence of politics on fashion, 515.
  ---- mammet, its derivation, 515.
  ---- Regium Donum, 517.
  Henry I., King of England, 72. 209.
  ---- his tomb, 411. 630.
  * Henry IV. cured of leprosy, 340.
  Henry VIII., his letters to the Grand Masters of Malta, 99. 557.
  Henry VIII., inedited letter from, 510.
  * Henry, third Earl of Northumberland, 515.
  H. (E. P.) on Okey the regicide, 620.
  ---- "Too wise to err," &c., 539.
  "Hep! hep! hurrah!" 88. 561. 605.
  * Heraldic colour pertaining to Ireland, 56.
  * Heraldic queries, 37. 83. 219. 277. 448. 480. 515. 652.
  Heraldicus on an heraldic query, 515.
  Herbert (Sir Anthony), Chief Justice, 158. 276. 576.
  Herbert's Memoirs of Charles I., 587.
  Hermit at Hampstead on Gray's Ploughman, 241.
  ---- Lord William Russell, 179.
  ---- Nixon the prophet, 326.
  ---- Tsar, its derivation, 226.
  Herschel (J. F. W.) on new photographic process, 60.
  * Hertstone, its meaning, 78.
  Hesleden (W. S.) on Amcotts' pedigree, 518.
  ---- burial in unconsecrated places, 202.
  ---- Newstead Abbey, 2.
  * Heveninghams of Suffolk and Norfolk, 103.
  Hewet (Sir Wm.), notices of, 270. 448. 652.
  H. (F.) on arms of the see of York, 302.
  H. (H. H.) on poetical tavern signs, 627.
  Hibberd (Shirley) on Peter Allan, 647.
  Hickson (Samuel) on death of Falstaff, 313. 408.
  ---- passage from King Lear, 4.
  "Hierosolyma est perdita," 88. 561. 605.
  High commission court, 175.
  Highgate, Ladies' Charity School at, 69. 435.
  Hilary (St.), his emblem, 41.
  Hilgar (Professor), his Treatise on Shakspeare, 52.
  Hincks (Dr. E.) and the Assyrian language, 656.
  Hincks (Edw.) on early use of tin, &c., 344.
  "Hip! hip! hurrah!" 88. 561. 605.
  Historicus on Jews in China, 515.
  Histories of Literature, 222. 453.
  History, the impossibilities of, 72. 209.
  H. (J.) on ammonio-nitrate of silver, 158.
  ---- epitaph at Wood Ditton, 385.
  ---- "Earth upon earth," &c., 110.
  H. (J. A.) on the divining-rod, 623.
  Hobbes (Thomas), his portrait, 221. 369. 453.
  Hoby family noticed, 244. 525.
  Hodges (James), his book noticed, 347.
  * Hodgkins's tree, Warwick, 410.
  Hodgson (Rev. F.), his Translation of the Atys of Catullus, 563.
  Hogarth's pictures, 64. 294.
  Hollar (Wenceslaus), engraver, 368. 453.
  Holwell (John Zephaniah) noticed, 213.
  Holy Trinity Church, Hull, 638.
  Homer's Iliad, an ancient copy of, 153.
  "Homo unius libri," 440. 569.
  Honiton fires, 367.
  Hood (Robin), his festival, 622.
  Horse--"Give him a roll," 287.
  Horsley (Bp.) on Calvinism, 9.
  Hotchpot, its legal derivation, 413.
  * Hougomont, letters respecting, 293.
  * Hour-glass, dramatic representations by the, 410.
  ---- in pulpits, 82. 209. 279. 328. 454. 525.
  House-marks, 19. 62. 135. 256.
  Hoveden, Bohn's edition of, 11. 290. 637.
  Howard (Frank) on ampers and, 327.
  ---- bullaces and gennitings, 326.
  ---- "Up, guards, and at them!" 275.
  H. (R.) on the morrow of a festival, 412.
  H. (S.) on Isthmus of Panama, 144.
  H. (T. B. B.) on oaken tombs, &c., 179.
  H. (T. K.) on Land of Green Ginger, 160.
  ---- murder of Monaldeschi, 160.
  Huc's Travels, 516.
  Huet's Navigations of Solomon, 399.
  Hugger-mugger, its origin, 341. 391. 503.
  Huggins and Muggins, 341. 391. 503.
  Hugh (Sir), his ballad, 614.
  Hughes (T.) on bishops deprived by Elizabeth, 136.
  ---- Captain Booth of Stockport, 102.
  ---- chronograms, 351.
  ---- Devonshire cures for the thrush, 265.
  ---- early English historical MS., 340.
  ---- Leman family, 234.
  ---- Limerick, Dublin, and Cork, 257.
  ---- Milton's widow, her family, 12. 200. 544.
  ---- Oldham, bishop of Exeter, 183.
  ---- parchment deeds, soiled, 270.
  ---- parochial libraries, 327.
  ---- Sir John Vanbrugh, 232.
  Hull, plans of, 160. 227.
  Humbug, its etymology, 64. 161. 232. 422. 575.
  * Humming ale, its meaning, 245.
  * Hungarians in Paules, 441.
  * Hupfeld's work Von der Natur, 34.
  Hurrah! and other war-cries, 20. 88. 185. 255. 277. 323. 422. 561. 605.
  Hutin (Louis le) explained, 199.
  H. (W.) on Lady Percy, wife of Hotspur, 251.
  * Hyde, its measurement, 366.
  * Hymmalayas, a query from the, 339.

          I.

  I. (A.) on Henry Earl of Wotton, 173.
  Icon on Shakspeare suggestion, 124. 261.
  Idol worship, 413.
  I. (E. L.) on Jacobite garters, 586.
  Ignoramus on yew-trees in churchyards, 346.
  Illustrated London News, its large circulation, 334.
  Illustrium Poetarum Flores, a new edition suggested, 242.
  Ilmonasteriensis on histories of literature, 222.
  Imp, used for progeny, 443. 623.
  Impossibilities of our forefathers, 559.
  Ina on derivation of Wellesley, 255.
  India, on telegraphic despatches from, 559.
  Infants nameless in Scotland until christened, 468.
  Ingleby (C. Mansfield) on ampers and, 173. 377.
  ---- Behmen's Books of Emblems, 13.
  ---- binometrical verses, 292.
  ---- Coleridge's unpublished MSS., 43.
  ---- Collier's mono-volume Shakspeare, 35.
  ---- eclipses of the sun, 244.
  ---- Edward II., where was he killed? 387.
  ---- ennui, 523.
  ---- geometrical curiosity, 468.
  ---- grammar in relation to logic, 514.
  ---- Jackson's emendations of Shakspeare, 194.
  ---- Milton's Lycidas, 497.
  ---- moon superstitions, 145.
  ---- number nine, 305.
  ---- passage in the Tempest, 123.
  ---- perfect tense, 410.
  ---- proverb, definition of one, 243.
  ---- pure, as a provincialism, 230.
  ---- quotations wanted, 103. 219.
  ---- reversible names and words, 375.
  ---- sincere, its derivation, 195. 399.
  ---- soul and the magnetic needle, 159.
  ---- word for the "old corrector," 338.
  Ingraham (E. D.) on Gibbon's library, 208.
  * Injustice, its origin, 338.
  Ink in writings, its colour, 30.
  Innocents' day, custom on, 617.
  Inns of courts, matriculations at, 540. 650.
  Inquæritor on English refugees at Ypenstein, 562.
  Inquirendo on electric telegraph, 364.
  Inquirer on Pope's Elegy on an unfortunate lady, 539.
  INSCRIPTIONS--
    at Aylesbury, 443.
    in books, 64. 153. 472. 591. 652.
    belfry at Fenstanton, Hunts, 561.
    bells, 108. 248.
    Burford Church, 268.
    * Chalcedon, 151.
    dial, 224.
    door-head, 38. 162. 454. 652.
    font, 198. 352.
    Earl Bathurst's park, 76. 129.
    Greek one on a font, 198.
    monumental, 215. 268. 328. 408.
    Northill churchyard, 268.
    * North Stoneham, Southampton, 339.
    * tomb in Finland, 34.
    watch-paper, 316. 375. 452.
  Inverness on books for reprints, 148.
  "Ireland a bastinadoed elephant," 366. 523.
  Irish, manners of the, 4. 111. 279.
  * ---- merchants landing at Cambridge, 270.
  ---- rhymes, 249. 602.
  Iseldunensis on German book inscription, 591.
  ---- "Sad are the rose leaves," &c., 197.
  Island, its derivation, 49. 209. 279. 374. 504.
  Isle of Dogs, early notice of, 263.
  Islip font, 363.
  Israel ben Isaac on Gentile names of Jews, 655.
  Italian-English--German-English, &c., 436. 638.
  "Its," instances of its early use, 12. 182. 254.

          J.

  J. on admission to Lincoln's Inn, &c., 540.
  ---- Compton Park, pictures of the withered hand, 125.
  ---- rents of assize, &c., 81.
  ---- Theodore Paleologus, 526.
  ---- Walpole (Sir Robert), his medal, 57.
  Jack and Gill, early use of, 87.
  Jackson (E. S.) on inscription of Theodore Paleologus, 408.
  ---- love charm from a foal's forehead, 400.
  ---- "till" and "until," their etymology, 409.
  * Jacobite garters, 586.
  Jahn's Jahrbuch, 34. 112.
  James (F.) on watch-paper inscriptions, 316.
  James I., folk lore in his reign, 613.
  James (John) on ringing bells at death, 601.
  Jan on tent for collodion, 301.
  Jardine (D.) on rapping no novelty, 512.
  Jarltzberg on "Antiquitas sæculi Juventus mundi," 502.
  ---- high church and low church, 117.
  ---- living one's life over again, 43.
  ---- party similes of the seventeenth century, 485.
  ---- pictorial Common Prayer Books, 446.
  ---- "The Good Old Cause," 44.
  Jaytee on Captain Booth, 184.
  J. (B.) on Dotinchem, 375.
  ---- Ravailliac, 479.
  ---- school libraries, 395.
  J. (C.) on ancient fortifications, 78.
  ---- mayors and sheriffs, 605.
  Jebb (John) on berefellarii, 550.
  ---- translation of Psalm cxxvii. 2., 641.
  Jeffcock (J. T.) on derivation of sincere, 399.
  Jeroboam of claret, 421.
  Jesuit on Father Traves, 565.
  Jeu d'esprit, a French one, 242.
  Jewish custom, 618.
  Jews in China, 515. 626.
  Jews, their Gentile names, 563. 655.
  J. (F. W.) on Anathema, maran-atha, 100.
  ---- Aquæ in vinum conversæ, 242.
  ---- burial in erect posture, 233.
  ---- change of meaning in proverbial expressions, 624.
  ---- life, 44.
  ---- lines on woman, 350.
  ---- passage in King Lear, 4.
  ---- St. Luke and Juvenal, 372.
  ---- "Sat cito, si sat bene," 87.
  J. (G. H.) on the word humbug, 64.
  J. (H.) on autobiographical sketch, 350.
  ---- Dr. Whitaker's ingenious Earl, 9.
  J. (J. E.) on wooden tombs, 604.
  J. (J. H.) on Greek and Roman fortification, 469.
  ---- Hellas, names of its early inhabitants, 27.
  J. (J. W.) on Lord Halifax and Mrs. C. Barton, 543.
  J. (M. H.) on Porter family, 576.
  Job, passage in, 205.
  John of Gaunt, his descendants, 155. 268.
  ---- noses of his descendants, 318.
  * John (St.) and his partridge, 197.
  John (St.) of Jerusalem, order of, 61. 99. 557.
  Johnson (Andrew) noticed, 589.
  Johnson (Goddard) on the crescent, 653.
  Johnston (T. B.) on camera lucida, 503.
  ---- stereoscopic angles, 157.
  Jokes, old, 146.
  Jones (T. W.) on pronunciation of Coke, 54.
  ---- Done pedigree, 57.
  Jonson (Ben), his burial posture, 455.
  J. (P.) on Milton at Eyford House, Gloster, 290.
  J. (T.) on Burton's descendants, 271.
  ---- enigmatical epitaph, 147.
  ---- Hampden's death, 495.
  ---- Lord Audley's attendants at Poictiers, 494.
  J. (T. S.) on "That Swinney," 213. 238.
  Judas Iscariot, his descendants, 56. 134.
  Judges styled Reverend, 158. 276. 351. 631.
  Judicial families, 384.
  * Juger, the measurement of the Roman, 366.
  Julius III., advice supposed to have been given to him, 54.
  * Junius, his vellum-bound copies, 8.
  Junius's Letters, was Thomas Lord Lyttelton their author? 31.
  J. (Y. B. N.) on David's mother, 539.
  ---- gale of rent, 563.
  ---- "Getting into a scrape," 292.
  ---- parochial libraries, 274.
  ---- Politian's epitaph, 537.
  ---- Windsor military knights, 294.

          K.

  * Kaminagadeyathooroosoomokanoogonagira, its translation, 539. 651.
  Karleolensis on Waugh, bishop of Carlisle, 525.
  Keate family, 290. 525.
  Keble (John) on Bishop Wilson's Works, 220.
  Keightley (Thos.) on Alcides' shoes, 266.
  ---- "Contents dies," 241.
  ---- "Delighted," 437.
  ---- French verse, 336.
  ---- "its," early use of, 182.
  ---- Measure for Measure, on three passages in, 361.
  ---- mythe _versus_ myth, 18.
  ---- Old Fogies, 356.
  ---- proverbial expressions, their changes, 464.
  ---- Pepys's grammar, 466.
  * Keiser Glomer, a Danish play, 126.
  Kelly (Wm.) on hour glasses, 525.
  ---- Leicestershire epitaphs, 582.
  ---- liveries worn by gentlemen, 571.
  ---- Lockwood, the court jester, 516.
  ---- monumental brass at Wanlip, 515.
  ---- superstition against the king entering Leicester, 271.
  Kelway (J.) on dog Latin, 523.
  ---- lutestring explained, 523.
  ---- Virgil, Eclogue viii. 43. 523.
  ---- "When Orpheus went down," 503.
  * Kemble, Willet, and Forbes, epigram on, 8.
  Ken (Bp.), his midnight hynm, 10.
  ---- work attributed to him, 113.
  Kenne of Kenne, 80.
  Kennett (Bishop), his MS. diary, 470.
  * Kentish Town Assembly House, 293.
  Kersley (T. H.) on the curfew, 603.
  ---- stone pulpits, 562.
  ---- tavern signs, 627.
  Ket the tanner, 318.
  Key (Henry Cooper) on ferns wanted, 441.
  Keys (J. W. N.) on children called imps, 623.
  ---- Devonianisms, 65.
  ---- Fogie, 652.
  K. (F.) on hugger-mugger, 341.
  K. (G.) on Dictionary of English Phrases, 292.
  ---- "spoke in the wheel," 269.
  K. (G. H.) on Taming of the Shrew, 438.
  K. (H. C.) on arms of York see, 111.
  ---- awkward, its etymology, 311.
  ---- belike, its etymology, 358.
  ---- Charles I.'s portrait, 233.
  ---- "Clamour your tongues," 169. 361.
  ---- clipper, its meaning, 100.
  ---- "delighted," in Shakspeare, 288.
  ---- Elyot (Sir Thomas), 220.
  ---- engin-à-verge, 65.
  ---- eye, its primary idea, 25.
  ---- grammar in relation to logic, 629.
  ---- heraldic queries, 37.
  ---- island, its derivation, 49. 279. 374.
  ---- Jack and Gill, 87.
  ---- Jeroboam of claret, 421.
  ---- love charm from a foal's forehead, 400.
  ---- Measure for Measure, three passages in, 194.
  ---- oak, how cleaned, 58.
  ---- Pennycomequick, 113.
  ---- pistol, early notice of, 137.
  ---- polarised light, 409.
  ---- Rosicrucians, 107.
  ---- "run-awayes," in Romeo and Juliet, 361.
  ---- wedding divination, 455.
  ---- wild plants, and their names, 35.
  ---- Wingfield (Sir Anthony) noticed, 300.
  Kicker-eating in Yorkshire, 564.
  Kilkenny, the Statute of, 80.
  King (Abp.) noticed, 44.
  King (Thomas W.) on inscription in Dugdale's volumes, 153.
  ---- judges styled Reverend, 158. 351.
  ---- oaken tombs, &c., 180.
  ---- pseudo-names _ver._ real signatures, 181.
  ---- yew-trees in churchyards, 346.
  Kirk (Mary), maid of honour, 461-463.
  Kissing hands, 64.
  K. (J.) on Scotchmen in Poland, 131.
  * Knights, creation of several, 620.
  Knights of the Bath, their escutcheons, 444.
  Knockers, or Cornish miners, 7.
  Krauwinckel (Hans), his counter, 63.
  K. (T.) on derivation of island, 504.
  ---- Mulciber, 185.
  ---- Tsar or Czar, 227.

          L.

  L. on ampers and, 377.
  ---- Bacon's Essays, 141. 165. 479.
  ---- book inscriptions, 64.
  ---- Lord Clarendon and the tubwoman, 19.
  ---- namby-pamby and other similar words, 390.
  ---- proverbs quoted by Suetonius, 86.
  ---- Richard Oswald, 442.
  ---- "Salus populi suprema lex," 526.
  ---- six gates of Troy, 375.
  ---- Thucydides on the Greek Factions, 44. 398.
  L. 2. on Nicholas de Gorran, 81.
  ---- Stoven Church, 80.
  * La Branche des réaus Lignages, 150.
  Lack-a-daisy explained, 62.
  Lad and lass, derivation of, 210.
  Ladies' arms borne in a lozenge, 37. 83. 277.
  "La Fête des Chaudrons," a fête, 57. 160.
  La Fleur des Saintes, 410. 604.
  Laird of Brodie, 103. 232.
  * Lamb (Charles), his unpublished essay, 55.
  Lamech, 305.
  Lammens (John) on nine as a multiple, 149.
  Lamont (C. D.) on coin, its etymology, 443.
  ---- conger, its etymology, 444.
  ---- lizard, its etymology, 412.
  Lancaster (Abp.), his cure for the gout, 6.
  Land of Green Ginger in Hull, 34. 160. 227. 303. 522. 606.
  * Lane, its derivation, 366.
  * Lanesborough (Geo., first Viscount), 564.
  Langdon (Augustus) on Dionysius in Boeotia, 340.
  Lanquet's Chronicle, 494.
  Laodicean Council, canon xxxv., 7. 87.
  * Lapwing and the vine, 127.
  Larking (L. B.) on Morlee and Lovel, 51.
  Lathbury (Thomas) on editions of Prayer-book, 318.
  ---- Occasional Forms of Prayer, 535.
  * Launching query, 127.
  Laurie on Currency, &c., 491.
  La Vrillière (Duke de) noticed, 351.
  Law and usage, 289.
  Law (William), his mystical works, 13. 246.
  Lawyers' bags, 59. 281. 655.
  Leachman (J.) on aceto-nitrate of silver, 649.
  ---- ammonio-nitrate of silver, 276.
  ---- Sisson's developing solution, 301. 373.
  Le Botiller (Theobald) noticed, 366. 572.
  Lee, inventor of the stocking-frame, his portrait, 540.
  * Leeming family, 587.
  Leeper (Alex.) on church towers detached, 63.
  Leger (the Hon. Miss E. St.), 89.
  * Legitimation in Scotland, 220.
  Leguleian on birthplace of Edward V., 468.
  ---- The System of Law, 389.
  ---- Henry Scobell, 493.
  ---- Philadelphian delights, 537.
  * Leicester (Earl of), his portrait, 290.
  * Leicester, superstition against the king entering, 271.
  Leman family, 150. 234.
  Lemon juice, its medicinal properties, 217.
  Lenthall (F. Kyffin) on Gen. Monk's birthplace, 316. 453.
  ---- Mr. Justice Newton, 15.
  Lepel's regiment, 504.
  Leresche (J. H.) on hurrah! and war-cries, 20.
  ---- Judas Iscariot, his descendants, 134.
  Lewis (Matthew) noticed, 388. 521.
  L. (G.) on church in Suffolk, 622.
  Libraries, a critical and historical account of, 653.
  Lich-gate, its derivation, 540.
  Life, on living over again, 43. 550.
  Lightfoot (Anna) noticed, 87. 281.
  Ligurian Sage in Gifford's Mæviad, 389.
  Lincoln's Inn, list of students, 540. 650.
  Lines, old, newly revived, 76.
  Linton (W. J.) on Ket the tanner, 318.
  Lisle family, 423.
  * Littlecott: Sir John Popham, 218.
  * Little Silver in Devonshire, 150.
  Liveries worn by gentlemen, 473. 571.
  * Lizard, its etymology, 412.
  L. (J.) on old fogies, 154.
  ---- stone pillar worship, 413.
  L. (J. G.) on epitaph in Appleby churchyard, 196.
  L. (J. H.) on duel at Daventry, 78.
  ---- impossibilities of history, 209.
  ---- lich-gate, 540.
  ---- privileges of Campvere, 231.
  ---- Symon Patrick, Bishop of Ely, 205.
  L. (K.) on early edition of the Prayer-book, 319.
  * Llewelyn ap Griffith, his coronet, 514.
  Lloyd (G.) on "Delights for Ladies," its author, 495.
  ---- "Veni, vidi, vici," 490.
  Lloyd, quiz on the name, 550.
  L. (M.) on hurrah! &c., 185.
  L. (Ma.) on Alma mater, 517.
  ---- Charles Diodati, 577.
  Ln. on arms of Sir Richard de Loges, 563.
  * Lockwood, the court jester, 516.
  * Lofcopp, Lufcopp, its meaning, 245.
  * Loges (Sir Richard de), his arms, 563.
  Lomax (T. G.) on Liturgy of the Ancients, 588.
  * Lombard (Peter), his knowledge of Greek, 294.
  London Labour and the London Poor, 629.
  Longevity, 113. 182. 255. 351. 399. 488. 523. 577. 655.
  Longfellow's poetical works, their redundancies, 267.
  ---- Reaper and the Flowers, 583.
  Long (G. Rogers) on snail localities, 229.
  Longtriloo, a game, 63.
  * Longueville (Sir Thomas de), 103.
  Love charm from a foal's forehead, 292. 400. 606.
  Lovell or Loisell, engraver, 342.
  Lovett of Astwell, 363. 602.
  Low-bell explained, 208.
  Lozenge, ladies' arms borne in, 37. 83. 277. 448. 652.
  L. (R. W.) on Leman family, 150.
  L. (T.) on gallo-nitrate of silver, 17.
  L. (T. H.), books chained in libraries, 595.
  L. (T. P.) on Bradshaw and Milton, 318.
  ---- General Wolfe at Nantwich, 587.
  ---- Milton's widow, 375.
  ---- Sir Robert Coke, 517.
  Luke (St.) and Juvenal, similarity of idea in, 195. 372.
  Lutestring, "To speak in lutestring," 202. 523.
  Luther no iconoclast, 335. 477.
  L. v. H. on books chained in churches, 453.
  L. (W. A.) on Gilbert White's portrait, 244.
  Lyte (F. Maxwell) on new process, 374.
  ---- treatment of positives, 15.
  * Lyttelton (Thomas Lord), was he Junius? 31.

          M.

  M. on aspirate _h_, 552.
  ---- binometrical verse, 375.
  ---- Celtic and Latin, languages, 174.
  ---- chronograms and anagrams, 42.
  ---- divining-rod, 350.
  ---- law and usage, 289.
  ---- Manichæan games, 289.
  ---- Mrs. Catherine Barton, 258.
  ---- names reversible, 244.
  ---- Newton and Somers, 78.
  ---- Pilgrim's Progress, Part III., 222.
  ---- proverb, "Vaut mieux," &c., 220.
  ---- Shakspeare, first folio, 220.
  ---- straw-paper, 491.
  ---- watch-paper inscription, 375.
  M. (2) on Haulf-naked Manor, 350.
  ---- passage in Sophocles, 478.
  ---- "Well's a fret," 258. 330.
  [mu]. on barnacles, 300.
  ---- binders of the Harleian library, 335.
  ---- divining-rod, 400.
  ---- Greek inscription on a font, 352.
  ---- Waugh, Bishop of Carlisle, 400.
  M. (A. C.) on red hair, 86.
  ---- Little Silver, 150.
  ---- Napoleon's thunder-storm, 148.
  ---- oaken tombs, 180.
  ---- praying to the West, 343.
  * MacAdam, epigram on, 441.
  MacCulloch (Edgar) on Cornish folk lore, 618.
  ---- Devonianisms, 654.
  Maces, spiked, in abbey church, Great Malvern, 254.
  Macgillivray (Professor), 467. 584.
  Mackenzie (Kenneth R. H.) on Zend grammar, 491.
  Mackey (Sampson Arnold) noticed, 468. 565.
  Macleane (Lachlan), notice of, 619.
  Macray (John) on advertisements and prospectuses, 562.
  ---- arms of De Sissonne, 327.
  ---- D. Ferrand, 329.
  ---- Fête des Chaudrons, 161.
  ---- Jahn's Jahrbuch, 112.
  ---- manuscripts dispersed, 434.
  ---- Professor Hilger's treatise, 52.
  ---- Professor Macgillivray, 584.
  ---- revocation of the Edict of Nantes, 639.
  ---- St. Paul's Epistles to Seneca, 88.
  ---- Scotch newspapers, 161.
  ---- table-turning, 131.
  Mactavish (Duncan) on Celtic and Latin languages, 280.
  Madden (Sir F.) on Bale's MSS. referred to by Tanner, 311.
  ---- was Thomas Lord Lyttelton "Junius"? 31.
  Magnet symbolical of love, 280.
  Maitland (Dr. S. R.) on clerical duel, 7.
  Majority, the attainment of, 198. 250. 296. 371. 541.
  Malachy (St.), prophecy on the Popes, 390.
  Malatesti and Milton, 237. 295.
  * Mallet's second wife, 272.
  Malta, Knights of, letters to the grand masters, 99. 557.
  ---- English, Irish, and Scotch knights, 189.
  Mammet, its derivation, 515. 655.
  Mammon, an idol god, 173. 223.
  Manichæan games, 289.
  Manliness, its meaning, 94. 127.
  Mansel (H. L.) on battle of Villers en Couché, 370.
  * Manuscript fragments, 77.
  * Manuscript, the earliest historical, 340.
  Manuscripts, dispersion of parts of, 434.
  Marcarnes, the family of, 365. 572.
  Mardel, or mardle, its derivation, 411. 577.
  Margoliouth (Moses) on "Could we with ink," &c., 180. 648.
  ---- Hebrew Testament, 196.
  ---- Psalm cxxvii. 2., 519.
  ---- query from the Hymmalayas, 339.
  * Margoliouth's Hebrew Testament, 196.
  Markland (J. H.) on Bishop Ken, 10.
  Marlborough at Blenheim, 409.
  Marriage custom at Knutsford, 617.
  Marriage service, the fee and the ring, 150. 230. 525.
  Marriott (T. S.) on stereoscopic angles, 275.
  "Marry, come up!" explained, 9.
  Marsh (J. F.) on Milton's widow, 200.
  ---- vellum cleaning, 340.
  Martin (John) on Caley's Ecclesiastical Survey, 104.
  ---- on definition of a proverb, 304.
  [Greek: Martus Pistos] on Pætus and Arria, 374.
  * Martyn the regicide noticed, 621.
  * Martyr of Collet Well, 411.
  * Mary of Lorraine, painting of, 538.
  Mary Queen of Scots, medal and relic of, 293. 444.
  ---- Wordsworth's lament of, 77.
  * Mason (Lady), her third husband, 620.
  Mathematicians, British, their lives, 541.
  Matrimonial custom at Wellow, 490.
  Mat o' the Mint on florin and royal arms, 621.
  Matter-of-Fact on photographs in natural colours, 228.
  * Matthew's (Father) chickens, 469.
  Matthews (Wm.) on electric telegraphs,  78.
  Mauilies, Manillas, 278.
  Mayer (Joseph), his museum at Liverpool, 522.
  Mayors and sheriffs, their precedence, 126. 605.
  M. (C. M.) on camera lucida, 354.
  M. (C. R.) on the derivation of Celt, 271.
  McCree (Wm.) on portrait of Hobbes, 453.
  * McDowall family, 563.
  M. (E.) on curfew at Sandwich, 466.
  ---- "Qui facit per alium facit per se," 422.
  ---- "Salus populi suprema lex," 410.
  Medical education, foreign, 341. 398. 502.
  Medicus on foreign medical education, 341.
  ---- sneezing, 366.
  Megatherium Americanum, 19. 109.
  M. (E. J.) on "green eyes," 593.
  Memnon (Prince), his sister, 622.
  Merritt (T. L.) on new developing mixture, 549.
  ---- stereoscopic angles, 109. 419.
  Metaouo on Seven Whisperers, 436.
  Mewburn (F.) on Chandler, Bishop of Durham, 341.
  M. (F.) on Captain Jan Dimmeson, 469.
  ---- Court-House, Painswick, 493.
  ---- poetical tavern signs, 452.
  ---- strut-stowers and yeathers, 233.
  M. (F.), _Malta_, on collodion negatives, 629.
  M. (F. T.) on History of York, 524.
  M. (G.) on "Adrian turn'd the bull," 79.
  M. (G. R.) on lines from the Christian Year, 577.
  ---- Marcarnes family, 365.
  M. (H.) on fossil trees between Cairo and Suez, 126.
  ---- Glover's handwriting, 589.
  ---- Indian proper name, 651.
  ---- King Lear, 97.
  ---- member of parliament electing himself, 586.
  Michaelmas goose, inquiry respecting, 368.
  Middleton (F. M.) on Cambridgeshire folk lore, 382.
  ---- Hampshire folk lore, 617.
  ---- passage in Tennyson, 399.
  Militaris on military music temp. Charles I., 80.
  * Military music, 80.
  Milton's Allegro, passage in, 249.
  Milton and Malatesti, 237. 295.
  Milton at Eyford-House, Gloster, 290.
  Milton's descendants, 359. 630.
  * ---- Latin Familiar Correspondence, 640.
  ---- Lycidas, 497.
  * ---- Paradise Lost, 388.
  ---- widow, her family, 12. 134. 200. 375. 452. 454. 544. 594.
  * Mineral acids, 339.
  * Minshull (Randall) and his Cheshire Collections, 467.
  ----, father of Milton's widow, 12. 134. 200. 375. 452. 544. 594.
  Minstrelsy, Midland County, 257.
  * Mirrour to all who follow the Wars, 151.
  Misapplication of terms, 537.
  * Misaubin (Dr.) noticed, 8.
  Misquotations, recent, 315. 513.
  * Mistletoe query, 621.
  Mistranslations, curious, 201.
  Mitred abbot in Wroughton Church, Wilts,
  411. 576.
  M. (J.) on Harmony of the Four Gospels, 415.
  ---- H. Neale, editor of Shakspeare, 539.
  ---- library of St. Paul's School, 641.
  ---- Turkish and Russian Grammars, 561.
  ---- Wellesley, its derivation, 173.
  M. (J. F.) on choirochorographia, 229.
  ---- Christ's cross, 18.
  ---- High Commission Court, 175.
  ---- inscription near Cirencester, 130.
  ---- Milton's descendants, 339. 594.
  ---- pistol, its early use, 7.
  ---- Shakspeare, critical digest of, 170.
  M. (J. H.) on Baskerville the printer, 349.
  ---- Lord Ball of Bagshot, 365.
  ---- St. Werenfrid and Butler's Lives, 342.
  M. (J. R.) on epigram by Sir Walter Scott, 575.
  M. (J. T.) on Jane Scrimshaw, 441.
  McK. (J. D.) on foreign medical education, 502.
  M. (K. N.) on albumenised paper, 501.
  M. (L. A.) on Tusser's doxology, 440.
  M. (M.) on legitimation in Scotland, 220.
  M. (_Navorscher_) on Hendericus du Booys, 231.
  Mn. (J.) on "Short red, God red," 398.
  Mob, is it an English word? 386. 524. 573. 631.
  Modena (Duke of) noticed, 34. 113.
  Mona, its derivation, 291.
  Monaldeschi, his murder, 34. 160.
  Monk (General), his birth-place, 316. 453.
  Monk, its etymology, 291. 527.
  * Montague (Lord), his Household Book, 540.
  * Montmartre, its etymology, 468.
  * Monumental brass at Wanlip, 515.
  ---- abroad, 497.
  Moon superstitions, 79. 145. 321.
  * Moore (Francis) his parentage, 271.
  Morgan (Octavius) on Delft manufacture, 125.
  Morgan (Professor A. De) on attainment of majority, 250. 372.
  ---- spurious edition of Baily's Annuities, 242.
  ---- Lord Halifax and Catherine Barton, 429.
  ---- Thomas Wright of Durham, 218.
  Morlee and Lovel, 51.
  Morrow of a feast, 412.
  Mosaffur on a palindrome, 520.
  Moses, the royal donkey, 488.
  Mottos of German emperors, 170. 548.
  Mousehunt, a small animal, 516. 606.
  M. (P.) on "Firm was their faith," &c., 564.
  M. (R.) on curious posthumous occurrence, 205.
  M. (S.) on soke mills, 272.
  Mt. (J.) on Browne's tragedy of Polidus, 159.
  ---- Robert Fairlie, 159.
  ---- humbug explained, 161.
  ---- Jerningham and Doveton, 127.
  M. (T. O.) on queries from the Navorscher, 89.
  Muffs worn by gentlemen, 63. 281. 353.
  Muggers noticed, 34. 305.
  Muirson (Patrick) on two passages in Shakspeare, 384.
  Mulciber, inquired after, 102. 185. 232.
  Mulder (S. J.) on Dutch pottery, 183.
  Murdoch (J. B.) on Margaret Patten, 442.
  Muscipula, translated by Dr. Hoadly, 229. 550.
  M. (W. L.) Lord Wm. Russell's burial-place, 100.
  M. (W. M.) on Adamson's Lusitania, 104.
  M. (W. T.) on "A saint in crape," 102.
  ---- "As good as a play," 363.
  ---- "Chip in porridge," 208.
  ---- Clarence title, 565.
  ---- feeling of life, 550.
  ---- Ligurian sage, 389.
  ---- "Pay the piper," 198.
  ---- "Pity is akin to love," 89.
  ---- "Priam's six-gated city," 288.
  ---- quotation from Horace, 444.
  ---- rhymes on places, 305.
  ---- storms at the death of great men, 493.
  ---- Tennyson's Memoriam, 244.
  Myrtle bee noticed, 173. 450. 593.
  M. (Y. S.) on female parish clerk, 338.
  ---- Harrington, William, fifth Lord, 366.
  ---- noses of descendants of John of Gaunt, 318.
  ---- parish clerks' company, 341.
  ---- pedigree indices, 317.
  ---- Richard Geering, 340.
  ---- Sir George Carr, 327.
  ---- Theobald le Botiller, 366.
  ---- Tottenham, its derivation, 318.
  ---- Urban Vigors, 340.
  Mythe _versus_ Myth, 18.

          N.

  N. on Limerick, Dublin, and Cork, 102.
  ---- school libraries, 298.
  N. (A.) on mineral acids, 339.
  ---- names of plants, 136.
  N. (A. J.) on house-marks, 19.
  Namby-pamby, and other words of the same form, 318. 341. 390.
  Names in Bible and Prayer Book, how pronounced, 469. 590. 630.
  Names reversible, 244. 375. 655.
  Naphtali on anonymous poet, 127.
  Napier (Sir Charles) and the conquest of Scinde, 490. 574. 631.
  * Naples and the Campagna Felice, 33.
  * Napoleon, anecdote of, 292.
  Napoleon's bees, 30.
  ---- spelling, 386. 502.
  ---- thunderstorm, 148.
  * Nash the artist, 79.
  N. (D.) on Lewis and Sewell families, 521. 621.
  N. (D. Y.) on the Porter family, 364.
  Nedlam on snail-eating, 128.
  * Neele (H.), editor of Shakspeare, 539.
  Nemo on death of Falstaff, 314.
  Newans (Thomas), a prophet, 381.
  Newburiensis on Francis Browne, 639.
  ---- Sir George Brown, 243. 301.
  ---- poetical tavern signs, 569.
  ---- worm in books, 526.
  Newington on Milton's widow, 595.
  Newman (W.) on "The Devil on Two Sticks," 413.
  Newspapers in Scotland, the earlier, 57.
  Newspapers, notes on, 333.
  Newstead Abbey, 2.
  New Testament, an early edition, 219. 277.
  Newton (Mr. Justice) noticed, 15. 110.
  * Newton (Sir Isaac) and Flamsteed, 102.
  * ---- and his half-niece, 429.
  * ---- and Somers, 78.
  * ---- his memorial, 172.
  ---- on railway travelling, 34. 65.
  * New Universal Magazine, inquiry respecting, 639.
  New Year's Eve and New Year's Day, custom on, 618.
  N. (G.) on books burned by the hangman, 626.
  ---- hour-glass in pulpits, 83.
  ---- lines on the institution of the Garter, 479.
  ---- medal of Mary Queen of Scots, 444.
  ---- old Fogie, 455.
  N. (G. E. T. S. R.) on chronograms in Sicily, 562.
  ---- Gentile names of the Jews, 563.
  ---- St. Clement's apple-feast, 618.
  N. (H.) on anticipatory use of the cross, and ringing of bells for the
      dead, 417.
  Nicholas (Emperor), his manifesto, 585.
  Nicholas (St.), his performances on Christmas Eve, 615.
  Nightingale and thorn, 527.
  Nightingale's song, 112. 475. 651.
  Nimmo (Thos.) on an inedited letter of Henry VIII., 510.
  Nine as a multiple, 149. 305.
  Nixon the prophet, 257. 326.
  * Noel family, 316.
  No Judge on piccalyly, 8.
  * Nonjurors, sources for their history, 621.
  Norfolk (Margaret, Duchess of), her arms, 84.
  Norman of Winster, 126. 302.
  North (Lord), a woodcut of, 183. 230. 303.
  Nostradamus, edition of 1605, 552.
  Novus on advice given to Julius III., 54.
  Noxid on cement of glass-baths, 397.
  N. (S.) on Earl of Oxford, and the creation of peers, 292.
  ---- helmets over shields, 538.
  Nugget, not an Americanism, 375. 481.
  Nuneham Regis, discovery at, 101.
  Nursery rhymes, 452. 605.
  * Nursrow, origin of the word, 538.
  [N (Old English)]. ([W (Old English)].), epigram on McAdam, 441.
  N. (W.) on Aristotle's checks, 98.
  N. (W. L.) on MS. of Spenser's Fairy Queen, 357.

          O.

  Oak, how to clean old, 45. 58.
  Oak, veneration for the, 468. 632.
  Oaken tombs, &c., 179. 454.
  * Oasis, how accented, 410.
  Oaths as taken by the English and Welsh, 364. 471. 605.
  Oaths of pregnant women, 503.
  Obnoxious, its different meanings, 439.
  * O'Brien (Nelly) noticed, 410.
  Observer on Lord North, 303.
  O. (D. N.) on passage in Blackwood, 493.
  Offertory alms, superstition respecting, 617.
  O. (J.) on Alexander Clark, 517.
  ---- books burned by the hangman, 346.
  ---- impossibilities of our forefathers, 559.
  ---- parish clerks and politics, 56.
  ---- Patrick Carey, 406.
  ---- Peter Brett, 533.
  ---- Robert Drury, 104.
  ---- Temple lands in Scotland, 480.
  ---- Thomas Newans, a prophet, 381.
  ---- William Blake, 69. 435.
  * Okey the regicide, 620.
  Oldenshaw (C.) on song by Dr. Lisle, 281.
  Old Grumbleum on punning devices, 376.
  Oldham, Bishop of Exeter, 183.
  Oliver on Rathband family, 493.
  Omega on pues or pews, 127.
  Omicron on humbug, its derivation, 575.
  ---- Osborne family, 448.
  ---- Osborn filius Herfasti, 654.
  ---- Wellington's first victory, 491.
  O. (P. A.) on post-office about 1770, 8.
  * Orange blossom, 341.
  O. (R. A. S.) on St. George family pictures, 104.
  Orton (Job), the publican, his burial, 59.
  Osborn family, 270. 448.
  Osborn filius Herfasti, 515. 654.
  Osmotherly in Yorkshire, tradition of, 617.
  O'Sullivan (Wm.) on Gurney's short-hand, 589.
  Oswald (Richard) noticed, 442. 549.
  Outlawe (Roger) noticed, 5.
  * Owen (Dr. Charles) noticed, 492.
  Owen (Hugh) on yellow bottles for chemicals, 110.
  Oxford commemoration squib, 1849, 584.
  Oxford (Earl of), and the creation of peers, 292. 392.
  Oxoniensis on "Amentium haud amantium," 19.
  ---- Nightingale's song, 112.
  ---- pure, its singular use, 125.

          P.

  Packington (Lady), supposed author of the Whole Duty of Man, 564.
  Paget (Arthur) on Lisle family, 423.
  ---- Milton's widow, 452.
  ---- Synge family, 423.
  ---- teaching a dog French, 581.
  Paget family, 12. 134. 200. 375. 452.
  Pagoda, 401. 523.
  Paint, how taken off of old oak, 45. 58.
  Palæologus (Theodore), his inscription, 408. 526.
  * Pale, its meaning, 78.
  Paley's plagiarism, 589.
  Palindromes, 520.
  Panama, the Isthmus of, 144.
  Paper, how split, 413. 604.
  Parallel passages, 30. 195. 372. 465. 560.
  * Parchment deeds, on cleansing soiled, 270.
  Pardon churchyard, 63.
  Parish clerk, a female, 338. 474.
  Parish clerks and politics, 56. 230. 575.
  ---- clerks' company, 341. 452.
  ---- registers, lines prefixed to, 30.
  * Park, the antiquary, 8.
  * Parker (Abp.), his correspondence, 149.
  * Parliament, a member of, electing himself, 586.
  Parochial libraries, 62. 274. 327. 369. 527. 595.
  Parr (Dr.), his letter on Milton, 433.
  Party, its earliest use, 137.
  Party names in the seventeenth century, 117.
  Party-similes of the seventeenth century, 485.
  Parvise explained, 161.
  Pascal, a saying of his, 44.
  Pater-noster, the white, 614.
  * Patriarchs of the Western Church, 317.
  Patrick (Bp. Simon) noticed, 103. 205.
  * Patrick (St.), or Maune and Man, 291.
  Patrick's purgatory, 178. 327.
  Patten (Margaret), her picture, 442.
  * "Pay the Piper," its origin, 198.
  P. (C. J.) on fishermen's custom at Wardhouse, 78.
  Peacock (Edw.) on ecclesiastical censure, 466.
  ---- Francis Moore, 271.
  ---- hour-glass in pulpits, 83. 279.
  ---- North Lincolnshire folk lore, 382.
  ---- Sir William Hewet, 652.
  ---- weather rules, 50.
  Peasantry, popular stories of the English, 94.
  "Peccavi! I have Scinde," 490. 574.
  Pedigree indices, 317. 453.
  * Pedigree to the time of Alfred, 586.
  "Peg" or "nail," for an argument, 561.
  * Pelasgi, a sorrowful race, 516.
  Pembrokiensis on tomb of Henry I., 411.
  Pennycomequick, its derivation, 8. 113. 184. 255.
  Pepys (Samuel) and East London Topography, 263.
  ---- his grammar, 466. 502.
  * ---- his queries, 341.
  Percy (Lady), wife of Hotspur, 104. 184. 251.
  * Perfect tense, its rationale, 410.
  Perseverant, its early use, 44.
  Persius Flaccus (Aulus), his birth-place, 389.
  Personage, a mysterious one, 34. 113.
  Perthensis on Alexander Clark, 18.
  ---- aliases and initials of authors, 124.
  Peterborough Cathedral, inscription in, 215. 303.
  * Peter the Great, his will, 539.
  Petheram (John) on Sir Thomas Button's Voyages, 385.
  * Petrarch's Laura, 562.
  P. (Francis) on heraldic query, 220.
  P. (G.) on the meaning of trash, 135.
  P. (H.) on crosses on stoles, 411.
  ---- French Prayer Books, 478.
  ---- love charm from a foal's forehead, 292.
  [Phi]. on ampers and, 254.
  ---- yew-trees in churchyards, 346.
  [Phi]. (2) on stereoscopic angles, 16.
  [Hebrew: Pe]. on chronicles of kings of Israel, 561.
  ---- non-recurring diseases, 516.
  Ph. on oaths of pregnant women, 503.
  ---- pagoda, 401.
  [Phi]. [Phi]. on standard of weights and measures, 340.
  Phantom bells, 576.
  Pharaoh's ring, 416. 521.
  Philadelphia Directories, 168.
  Philadelphia, the early delights of, 537.
  Philharmonicus on Weber's Cecilia, 589.
  Philip III. of Spain, his death, 583.
  Philo-Handel on Handel's Dettingen Te Deum, 388.
  Philo-Pho. on ammonio-nitrate of silver, 204.
  [phi]. ([omega].) on book inscriptions, 64.
  [Greek: Phôtographos] on Dr. Diamond's calotype process, 572.
  PHOTOGRAPHY:--
    aceto-nitrate of silver, 649.
    albumenised paper, 395. 501. 548. 572.
    albumenised process, 549.
    ammonio-nitrate, is it dangerous? 134. 158. 204. 276.
    baths for collodion process, 42.
    calotype process, 548. 572. 596.
    camera obscura, 41.
    cameras, their lining, 157.
    cement for glass baths, 397.
    clouds in photographs, 451. 477. 501.
    collodion negatives, 629.
    collodion pictures, 181.
    collodion process, 41. 42. 46.
    cyanuret of potassium, 157.
    developing mixture, 549.
    Dr. Diamond's collodion process, 41. 133.
  ---- lecture on the calotype process, 596.
    engraving, 628.
    gallo-nitrate of silver, 17.
    glass chambers, 133.
    iodizing paper, 46.
    Ingleby's Essay on the Stereoscope, 401. 451.
    lenses, 133. 476.
    Lyte's three new processes, 252. 373.
  ---- treatment of positives, 15.
    manuscripts copied, 456. 501.
    minuteness of detail on paper, 157.
    Muller's process, 203. 253. 275. 451.
    multiplication of photographs, 85. 157.
    negative paper, 203.
    photographic exhibition, 476.
    photographs by artificial light, 228.
    photographs in natural colours, 228.
    Pollock's process, 17.
    positives, 15. 17. 397. 451.
    precision in photographic processes, 301.
    protonitrate of iron, 228.
    printing on albumenised paper, 324.
    Pumphrey's process for black tints, 349.
    restoration of old collodion, 650.
    Sisson's developing solution, 157. 181. 253. 301. 373.
    stereoscopic angles, 16. 109. 157. 181. 227. 275. 348. 419. 451. 476.
        501.
    Stewart's new photographic process, 60.
  ---- pantograph, 301.
    tent for collodion, 301.
    yellow bottles for chemicals, 86. 110.
  * Phrases, Dictionary of English, 292.
  Piccadilly, a collar, 467.
  Piccalyly, its origin, 8. 110.
  Pictor on epitaph in Wingfield Church, 98.
  Picts' houses in Aberdeenshire, 264. 392. 551.
  Pierrepont (John), his descendants, 303.
  Pigs said to see the wind, 100.
  Pilgrim's Progress, Part III., 222.
  Pimlico on "Tub to a whale," 220.
  Pinkerton (W.) on Cambridge and Ireland, 350.
  ---- fishermen's custom at Wardhouse, 281.
  ---- Land of Green Ginger, 606.
  ---- Megatherium Americanum, 109.
  ---- mysterious personage, 34.
  ---- nightingale epithets, 475.
  ---- "Pinece with a stink," 496.
  ---- poem attributed to Shelley, 183.
  Pistol (fire-arms), its earliest use, 7. 137.
  P. (J.) on marriage of cousins, 387.
  P. (J.) jun. on Lord Audley's attendants, 573.
  P. (J. R.) on arrow-mark, 440.
  ---- daughter pronounced dafter, 504.
  Planets, the discovery of, 601.
  Plantin Bibles in 1600, 537.
  Plants, wild, and their names, 35. 136. 207.
  Plat (Sir Hugh) noticed, 495.
  Players, an interpolation of the, 147.
  Plum, origin of the word, 65. 654.
  Ply on lens for negatives, 158.
  Poema del Cid, with glossary and notes, 367. 574.
  * Poems and songs in MS., 587.
  Polarised light, 409. 552.
  Politian, his epitaph at Florence, 537.
  * Politics, their influence on fashion, 515.
  * Poll tax in 1641, 340.
  Polonius on Ireland a bastinadoed elephant, 523.
  Pope and Cowper, 383.
  * Pope's Elegy on an unfortunate lady, 539.
  Popes, St. Malachy's prophecies on, 390.
  * Popham (Sir John) and Littlecott, 218.
  Porcpisee or porpoise, 208.
  Porridge, the Book of Common Prayer, so called, 486.
  Porter family, 364. 526. 576.
  Porter (liquor), early use of the word, 9.
  * Post-office about 1770, 8.
  ---- riddles for, 185.
  Potenger's unpublished letter, 53.
  Pots used by members of the Temple, 171. 256. 574.
  Pottery, Dutch, 183.
  * Poyntz (Gabriel), his arms, 440.
  P. (P.) on books chained in churches, 453.
  ---- ladies' arms borne in a lozenge, 329. 652.
  ---- point of etiquette, 527.
  ---- slow-worm superstition, 328.
  P. (P. P.) on consecrated roses, 38.
  Prayer Book, French translation, 343. 478.
  Prayer Books, early editions, 318.
  ---- pictorial editions, 446.
  ---- prior to 1662, 504.
  Prayer, occasional forms of, 535.
  * Presbyterian titles, 126.
  Pretenders, their births and deaths, 565.
  Price (R.) on Latin riddle in Aulus Gellius, 243.
  ---- proverbial expressions, 624.
  Prideaux (J.) on Wm. Cookworthy, 585.
  Prie dieu, ancient furniture, 101. 183.
  Printers' grammars, &c., 62.
  Proclamations, collection of, 528.
  * Property, the right of redeeming, 516.
  Prophet--Thomas Newans, 381.
  Proverbial expressions, change of meaning in, 464. 624.
  PROVERBS, definition of one, 243. 304. 523.
  ---- pictorial, 20.
  ---- quoted by Suetonius, 86.
  ---- weather, 218.
  * ---- wedding, 150.
  ---- _Miscellaneous_:--
    As good as a play, 363.
    Dover Court; all speakers and no hearers, 9.
    Hauling over the coals, 125. 280. 524.
    Put a spoke in his wheel, 269. 351. 522. 576.
    Putting your foot into it, 77. 159.
    * Raining cats and dogs, 565.
    * The full moon brings fine weather, 79.
    * Vaut mieux avoir affaire, &c., 220.
    Tread on a worm and it will turn, 464. 624.
    When the maggot bites, 244. 304. 353. 526.
  Psalm cxxvii. 2., translation of, 387. 519. 641.
  P. (S. C.) on high and low Dutch, 413.
  P. (T.) on Staffordshire knot, 220.
  Pues or pews, its correct spelling, 127.
  Pugillus on Andrew Johnson, 589.
  Pullen (Rev. Josiah) noticed, 489.
  Pulpits of stone, 562.
  Pulteney (Sir John de) noticed, 263.
  Pumphrey (Wm.) on procuring black tints, 349.
  Pun, a pictorial one, 385.
  Punning devices, 270. 376.
  * ---- divine, 586.
  Pure, a peculiar use of the word, 125. 230. 352.
  P. ( W.) on "A mockery, a delusion, and a snare," 244.
  ---- Willingham boy, 305.
  P. (W. H.) on church temporalities, 412.
  ---- humming ale, 245.
  ---- Major André, 277.

          Q.

  Q. on Ashman's Park, 376.
  ---- etymology of awk, 602.
  ---- etymology of bad, 207.
  ---- belike, its etymology, 600.
  ---- enough, its pronunciation, 210.
  ---- lad and lass, their etymology, 210.
  ---- lowbell, its etymology, 208.
  ---- "mob" and "cash," 573.
  ---- Macbeth, a passage in, 217.
  ---- Naples and the Campagna Felice, 33.
  ---- perseverant, 44.
  ---- porc-pisee, its etymology, 208.
  ---- portrait of Sir A. Wingfield, 245.
  ---- quarrel, its etymology, 206.
  ---- scheltrum, its orthography, 206.
  ---- spur, its meaning, 209.
  ---- "spoke in his wheel," 576.
  ---- tenet, or tenent, 602.
  ---- unkid, its meaning, 604.
  ---- voiding knife, 232.
  ---- windfalls, 14.
  * Quadrille, its derivation, 441.
  Quæsitor on "The Whole Duty of Man," 564.
  Quarles and Pascal, 172.
  Quarrel, its derivation, 206.
  Quarter, as sparing life, its origin, 246. 353.
  * Queen at chess, 469.
  Questor on "the apple of the eye," 204.
  ---- discovery of planets, 601.
  ---- epitaph at Crayford, 363.
  QUOTATIONS:--
    Alterius orbis Papa, 254.
    Amentium haud amantium, 19. 89. 136.
    A mockery, a delusion, and a snare, 244. 302.
    Antiquitas Sæculi Juventus Mundi, 502. 651.
    Aquæ in vinum conversæ, 242.
    A saint in crape, 102. 208.
    * Celsior exsurgens pluviis, &c., 220.
    * Chew the bitter cud of disappointment, 103.
    Could we with ink the ocean fill, 127. 180. 257. 422. 522. 648.
    Crowns have their compass, 376.
    * Cutting off the little heads of light, 56.
    Earth says to earth, &c., 110. 353.
    Firm was their faith, the ancient bands, 564.
    From the sublime to the ridiculous, 177.
    Homo unius libri, 440. 569.
    Horace, De Arte Poetica, 444.
    * in copy of the Pugna Porcorum, 151.
    In necessariis unitas, 197. 281.
    Inter cuncta micans, 230.
    Johnson's turgid style, 366. 526.
    * Latin quotations, 197. 281. 353.
    * Like one who wakes from pleasant sleep, 292.
    Limerick, Dublin, and Cork, 102. 257.
    Magna est veritas et prævalebit, 77.
    Man proposes, but God disposes, 411. 552.
    Mater ait natæ, &c., 160.
    Never ending, still beginning, 103. 162.
    Now the fierce bear, &c., 440. 577.
    Oh for a voice of that wild horn, 622.
    Pinece with a stink, 270. 350. 496.
    Pity is akin to love, 89.
    * Plus occidit gula, 292.
    Populus vult decipi, &c., 65. 522.
    Quem Deus vult perdere, 73.
    Qui facit per alium, 231. 422.
    Quid facies, facies Veneris, &c., 539.
    * Sad are the rose leaves, 197.
    Sat cito si sat bene, 18. 87.
    Scire ubi aliquid invenire posses, &c., 587.
    * Solamen miseris, &c., 272.
    * Suaviter in modo, fortiter in re, 586.
    * To know ourselves diseased, 219.
    * Too wise to err, too good to be unkind, 539.
    * Trail through the leaden sky, 494.
    Up, guards, and at 'em! 111. 184. 204. 275.
    Veni, vidi, vici, 400.
    Virgin wife and widowed maid, 56. 230.
    * We've parted for the longest time, 388.
    * What does not fade? 366.
    * When we survey yon circling orbs, 515.
    Wilderness of monkeys, 413.

          R.

  R. on Baskerville's burial, 423.
  ---- gloves at fairs, 136.
  R. (A. B.) on barnacles, 300.
  ---- Coleridge's Christabel, 111.
  ---- lines on the institution of the Garter, 182.
  ---- lines typifying Tyranny, 56.
  Radcliffe (J. N.) on Huggins and Muggins, 503.
  ---- moon superstitions, 322.
  Raffaelle's Sposalizio, 14. 574.
  Railway travelling foretold, 34. 65.
  Rainbow, odour from the, 158.
  Raleigh (Sir Walter) called "Our English Milo," 495.
  * ---- his descendants, 78.
  ---- his supposed scepticism, 267.
  Rapping no novelty, 512. 632.
  * Rathbane family, 493.
  Rathe, or early, 208.
  Ravilliac noticed, 219. 479.
  Rawlinson (Robert) on falsified gravestone at Stratford, 124.
  ---- meteorology of Shakspeare, 336.
  ---- Shakspeare emendations, 51.
  R. (C.) on history of the Nonjurors, 621.
  R. (C. I.) on "Could we with ink," &c., 180.
  ---- "Fag," or after-math, 229.
  ---- Garrick Street, May Fair, 411.
  ---- La Fête des Chaudrons, 57.
  ---- poetical tavern signs, 627.
  R. (C. T.) on "Amentium haud Amantium," 136.
  Reader on Norman of Winster, 302.
  ---- Sir Arthur Aston, 302.
  R. (E. B.) on mousehunt, 606.
  "Rebellious Prayer," a poem, 19.
  * Receipt or Recipe, 583.
  Rector on marriage service, 525.
  Red hair, 86. 522.
  Reed (Charles) on Haulf-Naked manor, 205.
  ---- palindromes, 520.
  ---- shoe thrown for luck, 377.
  Reformed faith temp. Hen. VIII., 135.
  R. (E. G.) on artificial drainage, 493.
  ---- "Could we with ink," &c., 522.
  ---- longevity, 255.
  ---- mardle, 577.
  ---- Northamptonshire folk lore, 216.
  ---- rowans, or rawins, 229.
  ---- strut-stowers, 233.
  Regium Donum, its origin, 517.
  R. (E. M.) on Mackey's Mythological Astronomy, 567.
  Rents of Assize, &c., 81.
  Reynolds' nephew, 102. 232.
  Reynolds' portrait of Baretti, 411.
  Reynolds (Sir Joshua), his baptism, 513.
  R. (F.) on female parish clerk, 475.
  R. (G. H.) on "Could we with ink," &c., 648.
  R. (G. M.) on Charles Fox and Gibbon, 312.
  R. (H. P. W.) on Sir Ralph Winwood, 272.
  Rhymes, designed false English, 249. 602.
  Rhymes on places, 305. 466. 615.
  Richard I., notices of, 72.
  Richard, King of the Romans, his arms, 265. 454. 653.
  Richard's Guide through France, 534.
  Richardson (John) on dog-whipping day in Hull, 409.
  ---- Land of Green Ginger, 227.
  Richmond in Yorkshire, vault at, 388. 573.
  Richmond (Margaret, Countess of), her arms, 84.
  Riddle in Aulus Gellius, 243. 322.
  Ridley (T. D.) on muggers, 305.
  ---- Pelasgi, 516.
  ---- quotation from Walter Scott, 376.
  Riggs (Romulus), an American name, 638.
  Riley (H. T.) on Abigail, 42.
  ---- angel-beast--cleek--longtriloo, 63.
  ---- bacon or beechen, 63.
  ---- burial in unconsecrated ground, 43.
  ---- dissimulate, its early use, 10.
  ---- Dover Court, 9.
  ---- Hans Krauwinckel, 63.
  ---- humbug, its etymology, 64.
  ---- "Marry come up!" 9.
  ---- mugger, 34.
  ---- pictorial proverbs, 20.
  ---- porter (liquor), early use of the word, 9.
  ---- rub-a-dub, 63.
  ---- Shakspeare's Tempest, passage in, 45.
  ---- Sir Heister Ryley, 9.
  ---- snail-eating, 34.
  Rimbault (Dr. E. F.) on Abp. Chicheley, 350.
  ---- Discovery of the Inquisition, 350.
  ---- groaning-board, 309.
  ---- Jacob Bobart, 344.
  ---- palace at Enfield, 352.
  ---- Sir John Vanbrugh, 352.
  ---- "When Orpheus went down," 397.
  Ring finger, 61. 574.
  Ring money, called Manillas, 278.
  * Rings formerly worn by ecclesiastics, 387.
  Rings, a chapter on, 416.
  Rix (S. W.) on Cromwell's portrait, 55.
  ---- hour-glass in pulpits, 83. 209.
  ---- parochial libraries, 62.
  R. (J.) on Les Lettres Juives, 541.
  ---- nursery rhymes, 452.
  R. (J. C.) on Christian names, 63.
  ---- Calvin's correspondence, 62.
  ---- Order of John of Jerusalem, 61.
  ---- ring finger, 61.
  R. (J. S.) on origin of Rundlestone, 317.
  R. (L. D.) on passage in Boerhaave, 602.
  R. (L. M. M.) on German phrase, 150.
  ---- mysterious personage, 113.
  ---- Pretenders' births and deaths, 565.
  ---- praying to the West, 102.
  R. (M. W.) on Sir Anthony Fitzherbert, 576.
  R. (N.) on the nursrow, 538.
  Roberts (Chris.) on Dr. Robert Cary, 79.
  ---- Harmony of the Four Gospels, 416.
  Robin Hood's festival, 622.
  Robson (W.) on aldress, 503.
  ---- crescent, its origin as a standard, 196.
  ---- interpolation of the players, 147.
  ---- Spanish play-bill, 336.
  * Roden's colt, 340.
  Rogers (Dr. John), his works, 172.
  Roman Catholic Bible Society, 494.
  Roman remains at Durham, 466.
  * Romanists confined in Ely, 79.
  Rome and the number six, 490.
  ---- epigrams on, 584.
  * Rondall (Rev. W.) noticed, 515.
  Rose (Samuel), his letter on Pope and Cowper, 383.
  Rosicrucians, 106. 175.
  * Rothwell family, 243.
  * Rounceval, Our Lady of, 340.
  * Royalty dining in public, two paintings of, 538.
  R. (R. I.) on rapping no novelty, 632.
  R. (R. J.) on divining-rod, 479.
  R. (S.) on Dr. John Taylor, 299.
  ---- passage in Milton, 249.
  ---- selling a wife, 209.
  Rub-a-dub, its early use, 63.
  * Rubens's MS. on painting, 539.
  Rubi on book inscriptions, 64.
  ---- poetical tavern signs, 568.
  ---- weather proverbs, 218.
  Rubrical query, 207.
  Ruby on ladies' arms borne in a lozenge, 653.
  * Rudd (Bp. Anthony), his monument, 9.
  Rufus on Waugh, Bishop of Carlisle, 271.
  Rulers of the world in 1853, 638.
  * Rundlestone, origin of the term, 317.
  Russell (Lord Wm.), his burial-place, 100. 179.
  Russian grammars, 561.
  Russians, their religion, 582.
  R. (W.) on authors' remuneration, 81.
  ---- burning for witchcraft, 470.
  R. (W. B.) on Kentish Town Assembly House, 293.
  * Ryley (Sir Heister), his Visions, 9.

          S.

  S. on eclipse in 1263, 441.
  [Sigma]. on clouds in photographs, 451.
  Saint Florentin (M. L. P.), _alias_ Duke de la Vrillière, 351.
  Salmon (W. R. D.) on mousehunt, 516.
  ---- myrtle bee, 173. 593.
  ---- stage-coaches, 600.
  Salopian on monumental inscription, 268.
  * Salter (Sir Ambrose Nicholas) noticed, 318.
  Saltpeter maker, 225. 399.
  "Salus populi suprema lex," its origin, 410. 526. 606.
  S. (A. M.) on hurrah! 20.
  Sams (Mr.), his Egyptian antiquities, 521.
  Sandwich Islands discovered by Cook, 7. 108.
  Sangaree, its derivation, 527.
  Sansom (J.) on Bohn's Hoveden, 290.
  ---- arms of the see of York, 302.
  ---- Craton the philosopher, 603.
  ---- hurrah! 324.
  ---- Osborn filius Herfasti, 515.
  ---- Reynolds's nephew, 232; his baptism, 513.
  ---- Sir William Hankford, 278.
  Sarah Anna on Broderie Anglaise, 172.
  * Savigny, Life of, 294.
  * Saying, an old, "Merry be the first," 197.
  Sackville (Lord George) noticed, 238.
  Sc. on Raffaelle's Sposalizio, 14.
  ---- selling a wife, 43.
  * Scale of vowel sounds, 34.
  Scheltrum, its derivation, 206.
  School libraries, 220. 298. 395. 498. 640.
  * Scobell (Henry), compiler of Collection of Acts, 493.
  Scotchmen in Poland, 131.
  Scott (Francis John) on Celtic and Latin languages, 353.
  ---- claymore, 365.
  ---- fierce, a provincialism, 352.
  ---- Marcarnes, 572.
  ---- muffs worn by military men, 353.
  ---- singular discovery of a cannon-ball, 366.
  ---- sneezing, 624.
  Scott (John) on ladies' arms borne in a lozenge, 277.
  Scott (Sir Walter), unpublished epigram by, 575.
  Scottish National Records, 405.
  ---- newspapers, early, 57. 161.
  Scrape, "Getting into a scrape," origin of, 292. 422. 601.
  Scribe (John) on Greek and Roman fortifications, 654.
  * Scrimshaw (Jane) noticed, 441.
  Scrymzeour on Scottish castles, 366.
  S. (D.) on battle of Villers en Couché, 128.
  Searson's Poems, 176.
  Sea-serpent noticed, 40.
  Seleucus on Adamsoniana, 135.
  ---- slow-worm superstition, 146.
  ---- snail-eating, 129.
  ---- snail-gardens, 161.
  Semi-Tone on passage of Cicero, 640.
  "Semper eadem," origin of the royal motto, 174. 255. 440.
  Serpent with a human head, 304.
  Serpents, notes on, 39.
  Serviens on anonymous works, 174.
  ---- Major André, 174. 644.
  * Seven Oaks and Nine Elms, 34.
  Sewell and Lewis families, 388. 521. 621.
  * Seymour (Col. Hyde) noticed, 388.
  Seymour (Jane), her royal descent, 184. 251.
  S. (G. L.) on History of Jesus Christ, 386.
  ---- Lepel's regiment, 504.
  ---- Sewell family, 621.
  S. (G. S.) on creation of knights, 620.
  ---- Lady Mason's third husband, 620.
  Shadbolt (Geo.) on albumenised paper, 395. 548.
  ---- clouds, how introduced, 477.
  ---- multiplication of photographs, 85.
  ---- stereoscopic angles, 227. 348. 476.
  SHAKSPEARE:--
    Bacon (Lord) and Shakspeare, 438.
    Ben Jonson's criticisms, 263. 313.
    coincident suggestions on the text, 265.
    Collier's Monovolume, 35. 338.
    delighted, 241. 437.
    digest of various readings, 74. 170. 362. 466.
    emendations, 51. 75.
    Falstaff, his death, 263. 313, 314.
    * first folio, reprint of, 220.
    Jackson's emendations, 193.
    meteorology of Shakspeare, 336.
    parallels, 240.
    portrait, 438. 538.
    Priam's six-gated city, 288. 375.
    Professor Hilgers' Treatise, 52.
    readings, 28. 168.
    remonstrance respecting the Shakspearian discussions, 261.
    skull, 217.
    winds, North and South, 338.
    passage in All's Well That Ends Well, 217.
      As You Like It, 383.
      Hamlet, 123. 195. 409.
      Henry IV. (Second Part), 263. 313, 314. 384. 408.
      King John, 28. 266. 384.
      King Lear, 4. 97.
      Love's Labour's Lost, 241.
      Macbeth, 217.
      Measure for Measure, 194. 241. 288. 361.
      Richard II., 338.
      Romeo and Juliet, 3. 216. 361. 384.
      Taming of the Shrew, 52. 73. 97, 98. 438.
      Tempest, 45. 123, 124. 169. 338. 408.
      Troilus and Cressida, 288.
      Two Gentlemen of Verona, 52.
      Winter's Tale, 95. 169. 254. 361.
  Shaw (R. J.) on names of wild plants, 36.
  Shaw's (Mrs.) tombstone, 222.
  Sheer ale explained, 168.
  Sheer hulk, its meaning, 126. 280.
  Shelley (Percy Bysshe), poem by him, 71. 183.
  Shepherd's Kalendar quoted, 50.
  Sheridan (R. B.), translation of a song by him, 563.
  Sheriffs of Glamorganshire, 353. 423.
  Sherlock (Dr. Richard) noticed, 245.
  Ship "William and Ann," 54.
  Shirtcollars, 467.
  Shoemakers, a recitation for Oct. 25th, 619.
  Shoes, throwing old ones for luck, 377.
  "Short red, God red," 182. 398.
  * Shoulder knots, their origin, 244.
  S. (H. S.) on "Could we with ink," &c., 180.
  Sights and exhibitions temp. James I., 558.
  Sigma on Cawdray's Treasurie of Similies, 499.
  Siller gun of Dumfries, 412.
  Silo, a Spanish granary, 639.
  Simpson (W. Sparrow) on battle of Villers en Couché, 8.
  ---- bell inscriptions, 108. 448.
  ---- books chained in churches, 93. 206. 323.
  ---- hour-glasses in pulpits, 328.
  ---- Prayer Books prior to 1662, 504.
  Sims's Hand-book to the Library of the British Museum, 511. 553. 653.
  Sincere, its derivation, 195. 328. 399. 567.
  Singer (S. W.) on Hobbes and Hollar, 368.
  ---- its, early use of, 254.
  ---- Milton and Malatesti, 295.
  ---- Milton's widow, 471.
  ---- passage in Romeo and Juliet, 3.
  Singleton (S.) on gravestone inscription, 328.
  Sisson (J. Lawson) on bell inscriptions, 448.
  ---- derivation of Mardel, 411.
  ---- Muller's processes, 253.
  ---- Sisson's developing solution, 181. 253.
  S. (J.) on book inscriptions, 591.
  S. (J. H.) on Cawdray's Treasure of Similes, 386.
  S. (J. L.) on the arms of De Sissonne, 243.
  ---- hour-glass stand, 454.
  ---- poetical tavern signs, 627.
  S. (J. P.) on Westhumble Chapel, 410.
  Skyring (G. W.) on bullaces, 326.
  ---- divining-rod, 293.
  ---- local rhymes, Kent, 466.
  ---- moon superstitions, 322.
  ---- "spoke in the wheel," 522.
  Slang expression, "Just the cheese," 89.
  * Slaves, collections for poor, 292.
  ---- execution for whipping, 112.
  S. (L. D.) on quotation from Canning, 365.
  Sleednot (J.) on "Qui facit per alium," 231.
  Sloane-Evans (W. Sloane) on Bible and Prayer Book proper names, 469.
  ---- Edmund Spenser and Hans Sloane, 389.
  ---- marriage of cousins, 525.
  ---- Urban Vigors, 477.
  Slow-worm superstition, 33. 146. 328. 479.
  Smith (A.) on inscription near Cirencester, 76.
  Smith (T. C.) on battle of Villers en Couché, 127.
  Smith (W. J. Bernhard) on the claymore, 520.
  ---- ducking stool, 315.
  ---- megatherium in British Museum, 19.
  ---- nightingale and thorn, 527.
  ---- poetical tavern signs, 568.
  ---- spiked maces in Great Malvern Church, 254.
  Snail-eating, 34. 128. 229.
  ---- gardens, 33. 128. 161. 229.
  * Snayers (P.), his picture The Battle of Forty, 538.
  Sneezing, an omen and a deity, 121.
  ---- popular ideas respecting, 366. 624.
  Sneyd (W.) on Margery Trussell's arms, 412.
  ---- poems published at Manchester, 388.
  Snow (B.) on D. Ferrand, 243.
  S. (N. W.) on buckle, 526.
  ---- crow-bar, 439.
  ---- first and last, 439.
  ---- mauilies, manillas, 278.
  ---- Sir John Vanbrugh, 480.
  ---- stone-pillar worship, 207.
  ---- "To grab," 466.
  S. 2 (N. W.) on cob and conners, 43.
  ---- Devonianisms, 44.
  Soke mills, 272. 375.
  SONGS AND BALLADS:--
    Barrels regiment, 620.
    Bonnie Dundee, 19.
    Danish and Swedish, 444.
    Guardian angels, now protect me, 443.
    * Jamieson the piper, 126.
    Mary, weep no more for me, 385. 500.
    The Angels' Whisper, 54.
    They shot him on the nine-stane rig, 78. 376.
    To the lords of Convention, 19.
    When Orpheus went down, 196. 281. 397. 503.
  Sophocles, passage in, 73. 478. 631.
  Sotadic verses, 229.
  Soul and magnetic needle, 87. 159.
  * Southwark pudding wonder, 79.
  Souvaroff's dispatch, 490.
  Spanish play-bill, 336.
  Sparrows at Lindham, 572.
  S. (P. C. S.) on death of Edward II., 477.
  ---- Hungarians in Paules, 441.
  ---- MS. poems and songs, 587.
  Speaker of the House of Commons in 1697, 152.
  Speech, erroneous forms of, 65.
  * Spendthrift, inquiry respecting, 102.
  * Spenser (Edmund) and Sir Hans Sloane, 389.
  * ---- Fairy Queen, the missing books, 367.
  Speriend on barnacles in the Thames, 124.
  ---- blotting-paper, 104.
  ---- Duke of Gloucester, 100.
  ---- German heraldry, 150.
  Spes on Abp. Lancaster's cure for the gout, 6.
  ---- wooden tombs and effigies, 19.
  Spiller (John) on protonitrate of iron, 228.
  Spinster on wedding proverb, 150.
  Spoor (Wm.) on Canute's Point, Southampton, 204.
  Spur, explained, 209.
  S. (Q. M.) on Martyr of Collet Well, 411.
  S. (S. A.) on Caldecott's translation of New Testament, 410.
  ---- Calves' Head Club, 480.
  S. s. (J.) on Pharaoh's ring, 521.
  ---- Picts' houses, 392.
  S. (S. S.) on college guide, 57.
  ---- passage in Bishop Horsley, 9.
  S. (S. W.) on "pinece with a stink," 496.
  S. (S. Z. Z.) on Bacon's Essays, 289.
  ---- Cranmer's correspondence, 183.
  ---- Crassus' saying, 258.
  ---- editors, offer to intending, 172.
  ---- Lamech, 305.
  ---- Latin quotations wanted, 197.
  ---- parochial libraries, 275.
  ---- rubrical query, 207.
  ---- satirical medal, 231.
  ---- Sotades, 229.
  ---- "widowed wife," 230.
  Staffordshire knot, 220. 454.
  Stage-coaches, their speed, 439. 600.
  * St. Andrew's priory, Barnwell, 80.
  Stanhope (Charles Earl), his versatility of talent, 9. 135.
  Stanhope (Henry Lord) noticed, 281. 563. (See _Wotton_.)
  Stansbury (Joseph) on Washington anecdotes, 125.
  Stars the flowers of heaven, 158. 346.
  Statfold on Chancellor Steele, 220.
  * Steele (Lord Chancellor), pedigree of, 220.
  Steinman (G. S.), notes on Grammont, 461.
  ---- return of gentry temp. Henry VI., 630.
  ---- Sir Arthur Aston, 629.
  Stephens (Edward) noticed, 588.
  Sternberg (V. T.) on Carlist calembourg, 618.
  ---- Dr. Dodd a dramatist, 245.
  ---- haschisch or Indian hemp, 540.
  ---- Italian-English, 638.
  ---- spurious Don Quixote, 590.
  ---- stories of English peasantry, 94.
  ---- Tom, mythic and material, 239.
  Sterne and the Drummer's letter, 153.
  S. (T. G.) on Anderson's Royal Genealogies, 326.
  ---- Histories of Literature, 453.
  ---- Temple lands in Scotland, 521.
  * St. George family pictures, 104.
  Stillingfleet (Bishop), his library, 389.
  Stillwell (John P.) on bees, 440.
  ---- "Hauling over the coals," 524.
  Stone pillar worship, 207. 413.
  Stoner (W. P.) on hour-glass in pulpits, 209.
  ---- Mulciber, 232.
  * Storms at the death of great men, 493.
  Stornoway on house of Falahill, 134.
  Stoups, exterior, 574.
  Stoven Church, the original, 80.
  St. Paul's Epistle to Seneca, 88. 205.
  Straw paper, 491.
  Strickland (Agnes), her Lives of the Queens of England noticed, 104. 184.
      251.
  Strong (Augustus) on derivation of Silo, 639.
  Strut-stowers, 148. 233.
  Subscriber on the albumenised process, 549.
  ---- mayors and sheriffs, 126.
  ---- "Peccavi! I have Scinde," 574.
  ---- Shakspeare's skull, 217.
  Suffolk, Norman church in, 622.
  Surgeon (A Foreign) on Göthe's author remuneration, 29.
  Surrey Archæological Society, its formation, 552.
  Suum Cuique on "Elijah's Mantle," 453.
  S. (W.) on collections for poor slaves, 292.
  ---- Hampden's death, 646.
  ---- quotation from Melancthon, 281.
  Swan-marks, 62. 256.
  Swift (Dean), his rhymes, 250.
  Swinney--"That Swinney," in Junius, 213. 238. 374.
  S. (W. R. D.) on boom, 375.
  * Symbol of sow, &c., 493.
  Synge family, 327. 423.
  System of Law proposed by the Long Parliament, 389.

          T.

  T. on oasis, its accentuation, 410.
  ---- "Plus occidit gula," &c., 292.
  Table-turning, 57. 131. 161. 329. 398.
  Taffy on Soke mill, 375.
  Tale, as used by Milton, explained, 249.
  Talleyrand's maxim, 136.
  * Tangier queries, 33.
  Tavern signs, poetical, 242. 353. 452. 568. 626.
  Taylor (A.) on Greek inscription on a font, 198
  Taylor (Dr. John) of Norwich, 299.
  Taylor (E. S.) on ennui, 377.
  ---- Samuel Williams, 312.
  ---- seals of Great Yarmouth, 269.
  Taylor (Jeremy) and Lord Hatton, 207.
  * ---- Holy Living, edition 1848, 469.
  Taylor (Weld) on Dance of Death, 76.
  ---- detail on negative paper, 203.
  ---- Lord Halifax and Catherine Barton, 590.
  ---- lyric by Felicia Hemans, 407.
  ---- Muller's process, 275.
  ---- Richard's Guide through France, 534.
  ---- Rubens' MS. on painting, 539.
  ---- school libraries, 220. 498. 640.
  T. (C. M.) on snail-gardens, 33.
  * Tea-marks, classification of, 197.
  Teate (Dr. Faithfull) noticed, 62.
  Teecee on Noel family, 316.
  Teeth, common notions respecting, 382.
  * Telegraph, electric, 78.
  Templars' green jugs, 171. 256. 574.
  Temple (Harry Leroy) on green eyes, 407.
  ---- parallel passages, 465.
  ---- small words and low words, 416.
  Temple lands in Scotland, 317. 480. 521.
  Temple, lists of students, 540. 650.
  Tenet or tenent. (See _Tenent_.)
  Tenent or tenet, their meaning, 258. 330. 453. 602.
  Tennent (Sir J. Emerson) on barnacles, 223.
  ---- hurrah! 323.
  ---- tenet for tenent, 330.
  ---- "Tub to the whale," 328.
  ---- "When the maggot bites," 304.
  Tennyson's Memoriam, passage in, 244. 399.
  * Terræ Filius, origin of, 292.
  T. (E. S. T.) on "Antiquitas sæculi Juventus mundi," 651.
  ---- "Salus populi," &c., 606.
  Tewars on Amcotts' pedigree, 387.
  ---- two brothers of the same Christian name, 338.
  ---- hurrah! 422.
  ---- knights of the Bath, 444.
  ---- longevity, 351.
  ---- Lovett of Astwell, 363. 602.
  ---- Oxford commemoration squib, 584.
  ---- poll-tax in 1641, 310.
  ---- return of gentry temp. Henry VI., 630.
  ---- sheriffs of Glamorganshire, 353.
  ---- Sir William Chester, 365.
  ---- Thomas Chester, bishop of Elphin, 340.
  T. (F.) on Kenne of Kenne, 80.
  T. (G.) on derivation of unkid, 221.
  T. (G. M.) on "Service is no inheritance," 587.
  [Theta] on "Now the fierce bear," &c., 440.
  ---- parochial libraries, 527.
  Theta on Lord Bacon and Shakspeare, 438.
  Thiernah Ogieh, Ossian's visit to, 360.
  Thomas (J. W.) on "an" before _u_ long, 421.
  ---- anticipatory use of the cross, 545.
  ---- cash and mob, 524.
  ---- crescent, 319.
  ---- "Could we with ink," &c., 422.
  ---- gloves at fairs, 421.
  ---- "Man proposes, but God disposes," 552.
  ---- "Mary, weep no more for me," 500.
  ---- misapplication of terms, 537.
  ---- misquotation, 513.
  ---- propitiating the fairies, 617.
  ---- "To know ourselves diseased," 421.
  Thomas' (St.) day, custom on, 617.
  Thompson (Pishey) on glossarial queries, 294.
  ---- Romanists confined in Ely, 79.
  ---- Southwark pudding wonder, 79.
  Thornton Abbey, account of, 469.
  Thrupp (John) on Irish landing at Cambridge, 270.
  Thrush, Devonshire charm for the, 146. 265.
  Thucydides on the Greek factions, 44. 137. 398.
  Tieck (Ludwig) quoted, 124.
  ---- Comoedia Divina, 126. 570.
  Tighe (Mrs.), author of Psyche, 103. 230.
  "Till," and "until," their etymology, 409. 527.
  Timbs (John) on snail-eating, 128.
  Times newspaper, its influential power, 334.
  Tin, its early use, 291. 344. 445. 575. 593.
  Tipper (Thomas), his epitaph, 147.
  T. (J.) on passage in Whiston, 244.
  T. (J. A.) on table-moving, 161.
  T. (J. G.) on passage in burial service, 78.
  ---- quarter, as sparing life, 246.
  ---- Rock of Ages, 81.
  ---- table-turning, 57.
  ---- Trosachs, derivation of, 245.
  T. (J. H.) on derivation of forrell, 527.
  T. (J. W.) on "Ancient hallowed Dee", 588.
  ---- B. L. M., its meaning, 585.
  ---- "Getting into a scrape," 601.
  ---- Prince Memnon's sister, 622.
  ---- "Suaviter in modo, fortiter in re," 586.
  Tobacco, smoking and drinking of, 147.
  Tom, mythic and material, 239.
  * Tom Thumb's house at Gonerby, 35.
  Topsy-turvy, its derivation, 385. 526. 575.
  Tortoises and women, 534.
  * Tottenham, its derivation, 318.
  Tower on slow-worm superstition, 33.
  Tower, the state prison in the, 509.
  T. (Q.) on definition of a proverb, 523.
  Tradescant (John), his marriage certificate, 513.
  Trash explained, 135.
  Traves (Father) noticed, 565.
  Traylli (Sir Walter), his monument, 19.
  T. (R. E.) on quotation from Pascal, 44.
  * Trent Council, notices of, 316.
  Trevelyan (W. C.) on Basilica, 367.
  ---- decomposed cloth at York, 438.
  ---- Hobbes's portrait, 221.
  ---- Roman remains, 466.
  ---- snail localities, 229.
  ---- Wardhouse, where was it? 400.
  Trevor (Geo. A.) on passage in burial service, 177.
  Trojan Horse, noticed, 487.
  Trosachs, derivation of, 245.
  True Blue noticed, 588.
  Trussell (Margery), her arms, 412.
  T. (R. V.) on oaths, 605.
  T. (S.) on fires at Honiton, 367.
  T. (T. C.) on murder of Monaldeschi, 34.
  T. (T. H.) on derivation of chemistry, 470.
  "Tub to a whale," origin of the phrase, 220. 304. 328.
  * Tucker (St. George), lines attributed to him, 467.
  Turkish grammars, 561.
  * Turnbull's continuation of Robertson, 515.
  * Tusser's doxology, 440.
  T. (V.) on Earl of Leicester's portrait, 290.
  T. (W.) on clouds in photographs, 501.
  ---- tea-marks, 197.
  * Tyddeman (Adm. Sir Thomas), 317.
  Types, movable metal, 454.
  Tyro on Cocker's Arithmetic, 540.

          U.

  Univocalic verses, 416.
  Unkid, its derivation, 221. 353. 604.
  Unneath, its meaning, 160.

          V.

  * Van Bassen noticed, 538.
  Vanbrugh (Sir John) noticed, 65. 160. 232. 352. 480.
  Vandyke in America, 182. 228.
  Variety is pleasing, 490.
  Vault at Richmond, Yorkshire, 388. 573.
  V. (C.) on Lady Percy, wife of Hotspur, 184.
  ---- Philip III. of Spain, his death, 583.
  * Vellum cleaning, 340.
  Verney note decyphered, 17.
  Vernon (Lady), maid of honour, 462.
  Veronica on Queen Elizabeth's true looking-glass, 220.
  Victor on Thornton Abbey, 469.
  * Vida on Chess, 469.
  Vigors (Rev. Urban) noticed, 340. 477.
  Villers en Couché, battle of, 8. 127. 205. 370.
  Virgil, passage quoted by Dr. Johnson, 270. 400. 523. 576.
  Vix on Mrs. Tighe, 230.
  Voiding knife, 232. 297.
  Volcanoes and mountains of gold in Scotland, 285.
  Voltaire on railway travelling, 34. 65.
  "Vox populi vox Dei," 494.

          W.

  [W (Old English)] on blue bell--blue anchor, 388.
  ---- clipper, as applied to vessels, 399.
  ---- Ireland a bastinadoed elephant, 366.
  ---- nugget not an Americanism, 375.
  ---- table-turning, 398.
  W. on Leeming family, 587.
  ---- Norman of Winster, 126.
  ---- Natural History of Balmoral, 467.
  W. (A.) on passage in Wordsworth, 77.
  W. (A. F. A.) on the Brazen Head, 367.
  Wake (H. Thomas) on Castle Thorpe, 387.
  ---- Inscriptions on monuments, 215.
  Walcott (Mackenzie) on birthplace of Edward I., 601.
  ---- books chained in churches, 596.
  ---- school libraries, 298.
  * Wall (General) noticed, 318.
  Wallace (Sir Wm.), state prisoner, 509.
  * Wallis's Sermons on the Trinity, 172.
  Walpole (Horace) on Grammont's marriage, 549.
  Walpole (Sir Robert), his medal, 57. 231.
  Walter (Henry) on Cranmer and Calvin, 222.
  ---- Froissart's accuracy, 604.
  ---- translation of Ps. cxxvii. 2., 642.
  Walton (Christopher), his collection of mystic authors, 247.
  Walton (Izaak), Duport's lines on, 193.
  Ward (J.) on Mackey's Theory of the Earth, 468.
  Warde (R. C.) on Anthony Bave's MSS., 469.
  ---- bargain-cup, 220.
  ---- "custom of ye Englishe," 362.
  ---- distich on the late harvest, 513.
  ---- fable of washing the blackamore, 150.
  ---- inscriptions in books, 591.
  ---- John Frewen, 222.
  ---- Lanquet's Chronicle, 494.
  ---- Lovell, sculptor, 342.
  ---- Mrs. Shaw's tombstone, 222.
  ---- "Our English Milo," 495.
  ---- party, its earliest mention, 137.
  ---- Plantin Bibles in 1600, 537.
  ---- parochial libraries, 327.
  ---- polarised light, 552.
  ---- Roden's colt, 340.
  ---- tavern signs, 242.
  ---- "Trail through the leaden sky," 494.
  ---- variety is pleasing, 490.
  ---- weather superstitions, 512.
  ---- yew-tree in churchyards, 244.
  ---- Zincali dictionary, 517.
  Warden (J. S.) on Captain Cook's discovery of the Sandwich Islands, 6.
  ---- Coleridge's Christabel, 11.
  ---- Creole, its meaning, 138.
  ---- Goldsmith's Haunch of Venison, 640.
  ---- Hoveden, Riley's translation, errors in, 637.
  ---- letter "h" in humble, 54.
  ---- literary parallels, 30.
  ---- Man with the iron mask, 112.
  ---- nightingale's song, 112.
  ---- Reformed faith, 135.
  ---- sheer hulk, 126.
  ---- Sir Isaac Newton, 102.
  ---- Sir Walter Raleigh, 78.
  ---- St. Dominic, 136.
  Wardhouse, fishermen's custom there, 78. 281. 400.
  Warmistre (Miss), maid of honour, 461-463.
  * Warville, Brissot de, derivation of, 516.
  Warwick (Eden) on anticipatory use of the cross, 132. 546.
  ---- gloves at fairs, 601.
  ---- nursery rhymes, 605.
  ---- swan marks, 256.
  * Warwick (Sir Philip) noticed, 268.
  * Washington (Gen.), anecdotes wanted, 125.
  Watch-paper inscriptions, 316. 375.
  Waterloo, poems in connexion with, 549.
  Watson (Bp.), quotation by him, 587.
  Watts (W. T.) on an inscription in a belfry, 561.
  Waugh, Bishop of Carlisle, his family arms, 271. 400. 525.
  Way (Albert) on Caen tiles, 547.
  ---- Lord Montague's Household Book, 540.
  W. (B. B.) on Sir John Daniel and Sir A. N. Salter, 318.
  W. (C. M.) on apparition of the White Lady, 317.
  W. (C. S.) on ash-trees attracting lightning, 493.
  ---- Burton's death, 495.
  ---- the queen at chess, 469.
  W. (E.) on marriage service, 150.
  Weather proverbs, 218. 326.
  ---- rhymes, 512.
  ---- rules, 50. 535.
  ---- superstitions, 512.
  * Webb and Walker families, 386.
  * Webb of Monckton Farleigh, 563.
  Webb (Susannah), her burial and disinterment, 43.
  Weber's Cecilia, 589.
  Wedding divination, 455.
  * Weights and measures, standard in different countries, 340.
  Weir (Arch.) on St. Luke and Juvenal, 195.
  Wellesley, derivation of, 173. 223. 255.
  Wellington, the Duke's first victory, 491.
  ---- curious coincidence respecting, 619.
  "Well's a fret," its meaning, 197. 258. 330.
  Wentworth (Sir Philip) noticed, 184. 251.
  Werenfrid (St.) and Butler's Lives, 342.
  West, praying to the, 102. 208. 343. 591.
  Westbury Court, inscription over the door, 129.
  * Westhumble Chapel, 410.
  Weston, "Going to Old Weston," 232.
  Weston (Edward), secretary to Lord Harrington, 103. 205.
  Weston (Valentine) on "That Swinney," 374.
  W. (F. B.) on Raffaelle's Sposalizio, 14.
  W. (G.) on derivation of Britain, 445. 651.
  ---- Patrick's purgatory, 327.
  ---- praying to the West, 208.
  ---- tin, its early use, 291. 445.
  ---- veneration for the oak, 468. 632.
  W. (G. H.) on a title wanted, 151.
  W. (H.) on "giving quarter," 353.
  ---- kicker-eating, 564.
  ---- Luther no iconoclast, 477.
  ---- "When the maggot bites," 353.
  Wharton (Dr. Henry) noticed, 167.
  Wheale, its meaning, 302.
  Whisperers, the seven, 436.
  Whiston, a passage in, 244. 397. 645.
  Whitborne (T. B.) on churchwardens, 584.
  ---- Hoby Family, 244.
  ---- lapwing and the vine, 127.
  ---- Mrs. Tighe, author of Psyche, 103.
  ---- Stillingfleet's library, 389.
  ---- Thomas Blount, 286. 603.
  ---- Warwickshire custom, 490.
  Whitchurch, parochial library at, 370.
  White (A. Holt) on Gilbert White of Selborne, 304.
  ---- nugget, a thick bullock, 481.
  ---- yew-trees in churchyards, 447.
  White (Blanco), sonnet by, 137.
  White (Gilbert), his portrait, 244. 304.
  White (John), folk lore in his "Way to the True Church," 613.
  * White bell heather transplanted, 79.
  * White Lady, apparition of the, 317.
  Whitelocke (Lieut.-Gen.) noticed, 521. 621.
  Whithamstede (John), abbot of St. Albans, 351.
  Whitmarsh (F.) on the Templars' jugs, 574.
  Wife, on selling one, 43. 209.
  Wilbraham's Cheshire collections, 270. 303.
  Wilde (G. J. de) on caves at Settle, 651.
  ---- curious epitaph, 147.
  ---- True Blue, 589.
  Wilde (W. R.) on the forlorn hope, 569.
  ---- groaning elm-plank in Dublin, 397.
  Wilkinson (H.) on stereoscopic angles, 181.
  * William the Conqueror, his mother, 564.
  * ---- his surname, 197.
  * Williams' (Rev. Robert) Dictionary of the Cornish Language, 7.
  Williams (Samuel) the artist, 312.
  Willingham boy, 66. 305.
  Willison (Charles) on tavern signs, 627.
  Wills on Advent Hymn, 639.
  Wilson (Arthur C.) on London Labour and the London Poor, 620.
  Wilson (Bishop), his Sacra Privata, 470.
  ---- and Cardinal Fleury, 245.
  * ---- notices wanted, 220.
  * ---- quotation from his Sacra Privata, 243.
  * Wilson (Samuel) noticed, 242.
  Windfall, its meaning, 14.
  Winds, their action, 338.
  Windsor Military Knights, 294.
  Wingfield Church, Suffolk, monuments in, 98.
  Wingfield (Sir Anthony), his portrait, 245. 299. 376.
  Winthrop (Wm.) on ambages, 232.
  ---- American epitaph, 491.
  ---- bells rung for the dead, 55.
  ---- black as a mourning colour, 411.
  ---- comet superstitions in 1853, 358.
  ---- epitaph on an editor, 274.
  ---- "Full moon brings fine weather," 79.
  ---- house-marks, 231.
  ---- injustice, its origin, 338.
  ---- longevity, 113. 399.
  ---- Maltese Knights, 99. 189. 557.
  ---- "Mater ait natæ," &c., 160.
  ---- punning divine, 586.
  ---- "Putting your foot into it," 77.
  ---- reversible names, 655.
  ---- rulers of the world in 1853, 638.
  ---- Spendthrift, a publication, 102.
  ---- "To pluck a crow with one," 197.
  ---- weather rules, 535.
  ---- Wolfe's army, the last survivor, 6.
  Winwood (Sir Ralph), notices of, 272. 519.
  Wishaw (Jas.) on Colchester records, 464.
  ---- matriculations at inns of court, 650.
  Witchcraft, burning for, 470.
  * Withered hand, picture at Compton Park, 125.
  W. (J. K. B.) on Barthram's Dirge, 231.
  ---- Blanco White, 137.
  ---- Hogarth's picture, 294.
  W. (J. R.) on the Porter family, 526.
  Wmson (S.) on Byron's Childe Harold, 258.
  Wodderspoon (John) on Wingfield's portrait, 299.
  Wolfe (Gen.) at Nantwich, 587.
  ---- last survivor of his army, 6.
  Wolsey (Cardinal), his arms, 233. 302.
  Woman, lines on, 292. 350. 423.
  Women and tortoises, 534.
  Women, their rights in the United States, 171.
  * Wood (George) of Chester, 34.
  Wooden tombs and effigies, 19. 255. 455. 604.
  Words, misunderstood, 120.
  ---- small and low, 416.
  Wordsworth, on a passage in, 77.
  Worm in books, 412. 526.
  Worsaae (J. J. A.) on names of places, 58.
  Wotton (Henry Earl of) noticed, 173. 281. 563.
  Wren (Sir Christopher) and the Young Carver, 340.
  Wright (Robert) on shape of coffins, 256.
  Wright (Thomas) of Durham, 218. 326.
  Wt. (T.) on arms of See of York, 233.
  Wurm, in modern German, 624.
  W. (W.) _Northamptonshire_, on "Going to Old Weston," 232.
  ---- Longfellow's Poetical Works, 267.
  W. (W. S.) on meaning of wheale, 302.
  Wylcotes (Sir John), motto on his brass, 494.

          X.

  X. on binometrical verse, 655.
  XXX on brewers' casks, 439. 572.

          Y.

  Yarmouth, Great, seals of the borough, 269. 321.
  Y. (D.) on English clergyman in Spain, 410.
  Yeathers or Yadders, 148. 233.
  Yeowell (J.) on various editions of Butler's Lives, 387.
  ---- Hemans' (Felicia) inedited lyric, 629.
  ---- Jacob Böhme, or Behmen, 246.
  ---- Mr. Pepys his queries, 341.
  ---- Pope and Cowper, 383.
  ---- Shield and arms at the Admiralty, 124.
  ---- Wellington (the late Duke of), curious coincidence, 619.
  ---- Wilbraham's Cheshire collections, 303.
  Yew-tree in churchyards, 244. 346. 447.
  York, the History of, its author, 125. 524.
  York see, its ancient arms, 34. 111. 233. 302.
  * Ypenstein, English refugees at, 562.

          Z.

  Z. (1) on Harmony of the Four Gospels, 551.
  Z. (4) on Harmony of the Four Gospels, 316.
  Z. (A.) on Dr. Harwood, 57.
  ---- Green's Secret Plot, 79.
  ---- Reynolds' nephew, 102.
  Zend Grammar, 491.
  Zeus on German tree, 619.
  Zincali, Dictionary of, 517.
  Z. (Z. Z.) on motto, "Semper eadem," 440.

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