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Title: Notes and Queries, Index to Seventh Volume, January-June 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 SEVENTH VOLUME.

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          A.

  [alpha]. on house-marks, 594.
  ---- Eulenspiegel, 357. 609.
  A. (A. S.) on the origin of Allen, 205.
  ---- bishops deprived by Queen Elizabeth, 260; in Scotland, 1638, 285.
  ---- Cardinal Erskine, 72.
  ---- consecrators of English bishops, 132.
  ---- constables of France, 332.
  ---- Gordon (Lady) of Gordonstoun, 208.
  ---- Inglis and Stanser (Bishops), 263.
  ---- Lyon King-at-arms, 208.
  ---- Mary, daughter of James I., 260.
  ---- Masque de Fer, 234.
  ---- Pursglove, suffragan of Hull, 65.
  ---- Routh, R. C. Bishop of Ossory, 72.
  ---- Stanley (Thomas), Bishop of Man, 209.
  ---- St. Munoki's day, 62.
  ---- Stewarts of Holland, 66.
  ---- vicars-apostolic in England, 243.
  ---- Watson (Thomas), Bishop of St. David's, 234.
  ---- Wauchope, Abp. of Armagh, 66.
  ---- Yolante de Dreux, 286.
  Abbati on Roger Pell, 156.
  Abhba on Archbishop King, 430.
  ---- Donnybrook fair, 549.
  ---- Dr. Geo. Miller, 527.
  ---- funeral custom, 496.
  ---- Peter Beaver, 501.
  ---- Sir T. F. Buxton, 452.
  ---- "Strike, but hear me," 237.
  A. (B. M.) on Fleshier of Otley, 39.
  Abrahall, Eborale, or Ebrall family, 357.
  Acts xv. 23., a passage in, 204. 316.
  Acworth (G. B.) on parish registers, 598.
  ---- Raffaelle's Sposalizio, 595.
  "Adam Bell Clym of the Clough," 445.
  Adams (G. E.) on the Bland family, 234.
  Adamson (Alex.) noticed, 205.
  Adamsoniana, 500.
  Adamsons of Perth, 478.
  A. (D. S.) on Rosa mystica, 182.
  Adsum on termination "-itis," 13.
  Adulph (St.) noticed, 84. 192.
  Advertising literature, curiosities of, 4.
  Advocate on marriage in Scotland, 243.
  A. (E. H.) on Adamsoniana, 500.
  ---- Adamsons of Perth, 478.
  ---- Alexander Adamson, 205.
  ---- bells at funerals, 297.
  ---- Bouillon Bible, 536.
  ---- Bourbon family, 16.
  ---- displeasure singularly shown, 593.
  ---- Dr. Marshall, 297.
  ---- Dutens, anecdote of, 559.
  ---- Frampton (Bp.), 605.
  ---- Ken (Bp.), work attributed to him, 597.
  ---- parochial libraries, 605.
  ---- Philip d'Auvergne, 236.
  ---- St. Alban's day, 500.
  ---- scarfs worn by clergymen, 337.
  ---- Smith's Sermons, 223.
  A. (F. R.) on Grub Street Journal, 268.
  ---- Mary Queen of Scots, 237.
  ---- "Pinch of Snuff," 268.
  Age, the feelings of, 429. 560. 608.
  Agricola de Monte on palindromical lines, 178.
  Agrippa on alliterative pasquinade, 129.
  A. (H.) on Bishop Hesketh, 409.
  ---- inscription in Rufford Church, 417.
  Aitch on the Georgiad, 179.
  A. (J.) on the "Rebellious Prayer," 286.
  A. (J.) jun. on weather rules, 522.
  Ajax on Belgian ecclesiastical antiquities, 65.
  ---- Ceylon map, 65.
  ---- Flemish and Dutch painters, 65.
  A. (J. H.) on Drake the artist, 246.
  ---- hardening steel bars, 65.
  ---- Turner's views, 89.
  A. (J. M.) on inscription on penny of Geo. III., 65.
  "A Joabi Alloquio," &c., its author, 571. 630.
  A. (J. S.) on belfry towers, 333.
  ---- early winters, 405.
  ---- longevity, 504.
  ---- pictures of Spanish armada, 454.
  A. (J. T.) on "The Birch," a poem, 220.
  ---- Clerical portrait, 407.
  Ake and ache, how pronounced, 472.
  Alban (St.), the day of his festival, 500.
  Album, origin of, 235. 341.
  Aldiborontophoskophornio, 40. 95.
  Aldrorandus on Harley family, 454.
  Algor (John) on Sparse, its meaning, 246.
  [Greek: Halieus] on George Miller, D.D., 631.
  ---- "Letter to a Convocation Man," 631.
  ---- "Pugna Porcorum," 606.
  Alison's Europe, noticed, 594.
  Allen, origin of this surname, 205. 319. 340.
  Allen (R. J.) on Wellington's first speech, 453.
  "All my eye," origin of, 525.
  Alpha on coins of Europe, 597.
  ---- Drimtaidhvrickhillichattan, 597.
  Alphabetical arrangement, 596.
  Alphage on the meaning of Tuck, 82.
  Amanuensis on priests' surplices, 331.
  Amateur on Hogarth's works, 339.
  American fisheries, 107.
  ---- officers, their weight, 202.
  Americanisms so called, 51. 97. 608.
  Amicus on passage in Schiller, 619.
  Amusive, its proper meaning, 333.
  A. (N.) on Lady Anne Gray, 501.
  Anagrams, 221. 452. 546.
  Andrews (Alex.) on Grub Street Journal, 486.
  ---- remuneration of authors, 591.
  Andries de Græff, 406. 488.
  Annuellarius, 358. 391. 438.
  Anon. on canker or brier rose, 500.
  ---- centenarian trading vessel, 380.
  ---- curfew bell, 167.
  ---- gloves at fairs, 632.
  ---- "Mater ait natæ," 247.
  ---- marriage in Scotland, 243.
  ---- monastic kitchener's account, 60.
  ---- parochial libraries, 606.
  ---- Randle Wilbraham, 498.
  ---- rathe, 512.
  ---- ring of Charles I., 164.
  ---- Roger Outlawe, 559.
  ---- Turner's view of Lambeth Palace, 118.
  ---- weather rules, 600.
  ---- Wednesday, a Litany-day, 86.
  Anonymous Works: Boy of Heaven, 429.
  ---- Country Parson's Advice, 550.
  ---- Essay for a New Translation of the Bible, 40. 142.
  ---- History of Formosa, 232.
  ---- Impartial Inquiry on Faith, 180.
  ---- Letters on Prejudice, 40. 143.
  ---- Letter to a Convocation Man, 358. 415.
  ---- Life of Queen Anne, 108.
  ---- Mémoires d'un Homme d'Etat, 193.
  ---- N. (S.) Antidote against English Sectaries, 359.
  ---- Penardo and Laissa, 84. 160.
  ---- Percy Anecdotes, 134. 214.
  ---- Pinch of Snuff, 268.
  ---- Pompey the Little, 191.
  ---- Pugna Porcorum, 528. 606.
  ---- Pylades and Corinna, 305. 508.
  ---- Race for Canterbury or Lambeth, 158. 219. 268. 340.
  ---- Temple of Truth, 549. 630.
  ---- Wanderings of Memory, 527.
  Anthony (John) on pic-nic, 387.
  Antiquaries, Society of, suggested alterations, 489.
  Anywhen, its future use suggested, 38. 335.
  April the First, custom on, 528.
  Arago on the weather, 40. 512.
  Aram (Eugene), his Comparative Lexicon, 597.
  Aram on a quotation, 14.
  A. (R. B.) on Lister family, 357.
  Archer (F. Scott) on originator of collodion process, 92.
  Argot, its etymology, 331.
  Aristotle's checks, 451. 496.
  Armistead (C. J.) on Church catechism, 64.
  Arms in Bristol Cathedral, 67. 189.
  Arms in Dugdale's Warwickshire, 331.
  Arms in painted glass, 132.
  [Greek: Arnion], as used in the Apocalypse, 24.
  Arnold (Gen. Benedict), noticed, 597.
  Arrowsmith (W. R.), notes on misunderstood words, 352. 375. 400. 520.
      542. 566.
  Arterus on Shakspeare correspondence, 523.
  Arundelian marbles, Theobald's letter on, 27.
  Ascension-day kept as a holiday, 67.
  Assassin, its correct meaning, 181. 270.
  Astragalus, the broken, its early use, 84.
  Astronomical query, 84. 211. 510.
  Atticus, the letters of, 569.
  Augustin (St.) and Baxter, 327.
  Authors, remuneration of, 591.
  Autobiographical sketch, 477.
  Autographs in books, 255. 384.
  A. (W.) on Leicestershire custom, 128.
  ---- Martha Blount, 117.
  ---- Rigby correspondence, 264.
  A. (W. G.) on Orkney Islands in pawn, 183.
  A. (Y.) on Yankee, 164.
  Ayloff (Captain) noticed, 429. 486. 583.

          B.

  B. on burial-place of Spinosa, 192.
  ---- Ravenshaw and his works, 286.
  B. (A.) on quotations wanted, 40.
  ---- SS. Adulph and Botulph, 84.
  Baal festival, 281.
  B. A. Oxon. on Parvise, 624.
  Babington (C.C.) on general pardon, 15.
  Bacon (Lord), a saying quoted, 305.
  ---- Advancement of Learning, quotations in, 493. 554.
  ---- Essays, notes on, 6. 80. 448.
  ---- hint from, to our correspondents, 36.
  B. (A. E.) on Aristotle's checks, 496.
  ---- King Lear, Act IV., 592.
  ---- parallel passage in Shakspeare, 403.
  ---- Shakspeare's Hamlet, 449.
  ---- Shakspeare's Henry VIII., 111.
  ---- Shakspearian unanswered queries, 178.
  ---- St. Mathias' day, 115.
  B. (A. F.) on John Pierrepont, 65.
  ---- Smith family, 13.
  Bailey (Geo.) on Fuseli's painting, 513.
  Ball at Brussels, historical parallel, 303.
  Ballard (E. G.) on British Museum MSS., 570.
  ---- Bowyer Bible, 607.
  ---- curious marriages, 525.
  ---- Hogarth's pictures, 412.
  ---- Hollis (Gervase), his manuscripts, 546.
  ---- seal of William D'Albini, 552.
  ---- Trussell's manuscripts, 616.
  Balliolensis on "The Birch," a poem, 159.
  ---- bottle department, 135.
  ---- burrow, its etymology, 205.
  ---- charade attributed to Sheridan, 379.
  ---- commencement of the year, 161.
  ---- coninger, 368.
  ---- epigrams, 174.
  ---- epitaph at Mickleton, 379.
  ---- inscriptions in books, 127.
  ---- "Mala malæ malo," &c, 180.
  ---- Parr's dedications, 156.
  ---- Pompey the Little, 191.
  ---- reprint of Hearne's works, 379.
  ---- Robert Weston, 404.
  ---- sonnet by J. Blanco White, 404.
  Banbury cakes and zeal, 106. 222. 310. 512.
  Bandalore and Tommy Moore, 153.
  Bankruptcy records, 478.
  Baptism: can a man baptize himself? 27.
  ---- children crying at, 96.
  Baptismal custom connected with festivals, 128.
  Barnes (W.) on the meaning of fleshed, 166.
  ---- Pitt of Pimperne, 135.
  Barton (Catherine) noticed, 144.
  Batemanne (William) noticed, 126.
  Bates (Wm.) on catcalls, 167.
  ---- Christian names, 626.
  ---- Cowper and tobacco smoking, 229.
  ---- muffs worn by gentlemen, 392.
  ---- mummies of ecclesiastics, 308.
  ---- Robert Heron, 167.
  ---- selling a wife, 602.
  ---- "will" and "shall," 553.
  Bather (Arthur H.) on quotations wanted, 117.
  Battier (A. H.) on compass flower, 477.
  Battle Bridge, Roman inscription found there, 409.
  B. (B. E.) on Burke's marriage, 382.
  B. C. L. degree, how obtained, 38. 167. 222.
  B. (C. W.) on Chatham's language, 220.
  ---- "Elementa sex," &c., 630.
  ---- petition formula, 596.
  ---- sun's rays putting out the fire, 285.
  B. (D.) on Murray, titular Bishop of Dunbar, 192.
  Beads for counting prayers, 360.
  Bealby (H. M.) on Shelton oak, 297.
  "Beaten to a mummy," origin of the expression, 206.
  Beaver (Peter), noticed, 501.
  B. (E. D.) on De Burgh family, 381.
  Bede (Cuthbert) on amusive, 333.
  ---- blackguard, 487.
  ---- curiosities of advertising literature, 4.
  ---- Easter-day sun, 333.
  ---- high spirits a presage of evil, 339.
  ---- Irish rhymes, 312.
  ---- Mary Stuart's chair, 197.
  ---- pancake bell, 232.
  ---- perspective view of twelve postage stamps, 35.
  ---- poetical epithets of the nightingale, 397.
  ---- riddles for the post-office, 258.
  ---- screw, a broken-down horse, 260.
  ---- stars and flowers, 513.
  ---- "steaming," in Thomson, 367.
  Bee (Tee) on devil's marks on swine, 281.
  ---- Hamilton queries, 285.
  ---- notes on newspapers, 232.
  ---- wandering Jews, 261.
  Beech-trees struck by lightning, 25.
  Bees and the Sphynx atropos, 499.
  B. (E. G.) on fercett, 318.
  ---- mediæval parchment, 317.
  ---- Mint in Southwark, 303.
  ---- Tanner's MSS., 260.
  ---- white roses, 329.
  B. (E. L.) on door-head inscriptions, 314.
  ---- Sidney as a Christian name, 319.
  Belatucadrus, his statue, 205. 319.
  Belfry towers, separate from the church, 333. 416. 465. 512. 586.
  Belgium, ecclesiastical antiquities of, 65.
  Bell (Dr. Wm.) on the word Dreng, 298.
  ---- "Stabit quocunque jeceris," 239.
  ---- Yankee, its origin and meaning, 103.
  Bell (Geo. Wm.) on Bp. Patrick's parable, 156.
  Bell inscriptions, 454. 633.
  Bells and storms, 144. 343.
  Bells at funerals, 297.
  ---- of the convent of Santa Theresa, 429.
  ---- subterranean, 128. 200. 328. 391. 413. 512.
  Beltane in Devonshire, 353.
  B. (E. M.) on Latin-Latiner, 622.
  Bend on family of Joan D'Arc, 206.
  Benson (C.) on rhymes upon places, 24.
  Bentivoglio's Description of England, 155.
  Bentley's examination, 181.
  Bequest, a whimsical one, 105.
  Berefellarii, its meaning, 207.
  Berkeley (Bishop), his portrait, 428.
  Bernard (St.) _versus_ Fulke Greville, 62.
  "Beware the cat," 487.
  B. (F. C.) on Grindle, 384.
  ---- Irish convocation, 345.
  ---- Lamech killing Cain, 362.
  ---- Shakspeare, reprint of 1808, 47.
  B. (F. S.) on Sir W. Hamilton, 334.
  B. (F. T. J.) on Cupid crying, 368.
  B. (G.) on Turner's exhibitions, 118.
  B. (H.) on Corvizer, 503.
  ---- willow pattern, 631.
  B. (H. A.) on Banbury cakes, 512.
  ---- poisons used for bouquets, 262.
  ---- Dr. Timothy Bright, 407.
  ---- epigram from Belgium, 379.
  ---- Schonbornerus, 478.
  ---- spontaneous combustion, 286.
  B. (H. B.) on paper positive, 141.
  B. (H. F.) on the word Canker, 585.
  Bibles, complete lists of, 454.
  Bibliothec. Chetham. on quotation from Bacon, 270.
  Bill (Dr.), his descendants, 286.
  Bingham (C. W.) on Crowe's Latin poem, 144.
  Birch, a poem, 159.
  Bird, a fabulous one noticed by Fuller, 180.
  Bishop of St. John in Ellis's Letters, 550.
  Bishops deprived by Queen Elizabeth, 260. 344. 509.
  ---- Irish, as English suffragans, 569.
  ---- lawn sleeves, 437.
  ---- the consecrators of the later English, 132. 220. 306.
  ---- vacating their sees, 50.
  B. (J.) on blow-shoppes, 409.
  ---- Christian names, 627.
  ---- contested elections, 316.
  ---- Daubuz, 145.
  ---- David Hartley, 282.
  ---- detached belfry towers, 586.
  ---- Mordaunt family, 50.
  ---- Oldham, Bishop of Exeter, 14.
  ---- "Qui facit per alium," &c., 629.
  ---- Rigby correspondence, 264.
  ---- tub-woman, 133.
  B. (J. C.) on the sign of the cross in the Greek Church, 380.
  B. (J. M.) on the butler and his man William, 408.
  ---- Chaucer, 440. 517.
  ---- Coleridge's Christabel, 292.
  ---- Coleridge's Life, 282.
  ---- detached belfry towers, 465.
  ---- Devonianisms, 544.
  ---- Edmund Spenser, 362.
  ---- English and American booksellers, 404.
  ---- folk-lore, 81.
  ---- Latin-Latiner, 424.
  ---- lines on Tipperary, 43.
  ---- odd mistake, 405.
  ---- parochial libraries, 463.
  ---- passage in Coleridge, 330.
  B. (J. S.) on books wanted, 305.
  ---- Cromlin's grant, 305.
  B. (J. W.) on Shoreditch cross, 38.
  Blackguard, origin of the term, 77. 273. 487.
  Blackiston (R.) on epigrams, 369.
  ---- lines in a snuff-box, 181.
  Bland family noticed, 234.
  Bloomfleld (Robert), his cottage, 34.
  Blor (Dr. A.) on photography applied to catalogues, 507.
  Blount (Martha), her portrait, 38. 117.
  Blow-shoppes, what? 409.
  B. (N.) on Chatterton, 15. 189.
  ---- "Plurima, pauca, nihil," 167.
  Bobart (H. T.) on Jacob Bobart and his dragon, 429.
  Bobart (Jacob) and his dragon, 428. 578.
  Bodley (Sir Josias) noticed, 357. 561.
  Boeoticus on Ecclus. xlvi. 20., why omitted? 205.
  ---- Hall's Meditations, 14.
  ---- left hand, its etymology, 306.
  Boerhaave, a passage in, 453.
  Bognie's carriage, its meaning, 108.
  Boleyn (Anne), the axe which beheaded her, 332. 417.
  Bonnell (Thomas) noticed, 305. 561.
  Booker (John) on exercise day, 344.
  ---- weather rules, 599.
  Book-plates, foreign, 26.
  Books, autographs in, 255.
  ---- inscriptions in, see _Inscriptions_.
  Books, notices of new--
    Akerman's Remains of Pagan Saxondom, 370.
    Architectural Societies, 514.
    Ayerst's Ghost of Junius, 224.
    Bowdler's Family Shakspeare, 98. 346. 442.
    Bruce's Letters and Papers of the Verney family, 441.
    Byron's Poems, 97.
    Chester Archæological Journal, 168.
    Camden Society, new works, 168.
    Churchman's Magazine, 224.
    Collier's Notes and Emendations of Shakspeare, 53. 120. 537.
    Cranborne's (Viscount) History of France, 168.
    Darling's Cyclopædia, 370. 490.
    English Bible chronologically arranged, 513.
    English Forests and Forest Trees, 537.
    Forster's Road-book for Tourists, 561.
    Gatty's Vicar and his Duties, 465.
    Gibbing's Records of Roman Inquisition, 537.
    Henry of Huntingdon, 465.
    Holloway's Month in Norway, 561.
    Hoveden's Annals, 346.
    Hughes's Vale Royal of England, 442.
    Johnson's Tangible Typography, 224.
    Journal of Sacred Literature, 370.
    Lares and Penates, 249.
    Latham's Ethnology of the British Islands, 120.
    Layard's Nineveh and Babylon, 273.
    Mahon's (Lord) History of England, 120. 346. 537.
    Men of the Time, 394.
    Murray's Railway Readings, 465.
    Museum of Classical Antiquities, 513.
    National Miscellany, 490.
    Pauli's Life of Alfred, 562.
    Price's Norway and its Scenery, 561.
    Pulleyn's Etymological Compendium, 465.
    Reynard the Fox, 273. 369 465.
    Scott's Thomas à Becket, 346.
    Shakspeare Repository, 537.
    Sharp's Gazetteer, 224.
    Singer's Text of Shakspeare Vindicated, 537.
    Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, 369.
    Snelling's Art of Photography, 562.
    Surtees Society, their new works, 120.
    Temple Bar, the City Golgotha, 394.
    Traveller's Library, 465.
    Trench on Lessons in Proverbs, 120.
    Turner's Domestic Architecture, 345.
    Ulster Journal of Archæology, 248. 513.
    Wellington, his Character, &c., 394.
    Wilson's Sacra Privata, 97.
    Young's Night Thoughts, 490.
  Books wanted, 305. 561.
  ---- worthy to be reprinted, 153. 203. 379.
  Booksellers, English and American, 404.
  Bookselling in Calcutta, 199.
  ---- in Glasgow in 1735, 10.
  Bookworm on St. Dominic, 356.
  Boom, its meaning, 620.
  Booth family, 478.
  Booty's case, 634.
  Borderer on "Plurima, pauca, nihil," 96.
  Boston queries, 258.
  Boswell (James), letter to Garrick, 328.
  Bottle department of the beer trade, 135.
  Bottom, its signification, 51.
  Botulph (St.), his life, 84. 192.
  Bouillon Bible, 296. 536.
  Bourbons, origin of the family, 16.
  Bowyer Bible, 617.
  Boyer's Great Theatre of Honour, 358.
  Boyle (Dean), his pedigree, 430.
  Boyle Lectures, 456.
  Braemar on Rev. J. Marsden, 181.
  Brasses on the Continent, 501.
  ---- since 1688, 272.
  Braybrooke (Lord) on Hamilton queries, 333.
  ---- Latin poems in connexion with Waterloo, 6.
  ---- Major-General Lambert, 269.
  ---- old shoe-throwing at weddings, 182.
  ---- Pepys's Morena, 508.
  "Brazen Head," a serial, 39.
  B. (R. D.) on Sidney, a female name, 39.
  Breen (Henry H.) on Bonaparte and Napoleon, 129.
  ---- Canada, its derivation, 380.
  ---- Dutensiana, 390.
  ---- Dutch reducing the English to slavery, 49.
  ---- ennui, 478.
  ---- Eustache de Saint Pierre, 329.
  ---- Irish rhymes, 312.
  ---- judicial oaths, 453.
  ---- literary frauds of modern times, 86.
  ---- Milton in prose, 27.
  ---- Miss E. St. Leger, a mason, 598.
  ---- molasses, its etymology, 36.
  ---- More queries, 85.
  ---- Napoleon a poet, 301.
  ---- Napoleon dynasty, 145.
  ---- pic-nic, 387.
  ---- Rococo, its use in St. Lucia, 627.
  ---- Rowley's Poems, 544.
  ---- slave whipped to death, 503.
  ---- South _versus_ Goldsmith. &c., 311.
  ---- straw bail, 464.
  ---- true blue, 391.
  ---- "Very like a whale," 86.
  ---- Wellington (Duke of), a maréchal de France, 283.
  Brett (F. H.) on smock marriages, 191.
  Brick on town plough, 339.
  ---- parochial libraries, 438.
  ---- rhymes on places, 537.
  Bride's seat in church, 145.
  Bridget (St.), Officium Birgittinum Anglice, 157.
  Bright (Dr. Timothy) noticed, 407.
  British Museum, scarce MSS. in the library, 570.
  Broad arrow, 360.
  Broctuna on Croxton or Crostin, 316.
  ---- Lady Catherine Grey, 68.
  ---- London queries, 223.
  ---- Lord Coke's Charge to the Jury, 433.
  ---- Orkney Islands in pawn, 183.
  ---- subterranean bells, 391.
  ---- Wake family, 164.
  ---- worth, its original meaning, 584.
  Brown's tragedy, "Polidus," 499.
  Brown (W.) on Mr. Archer's services to photography, 218.
  ---- originator of collodion process, 116.
  Browne (Sir G.), his descendants, 528. 608.
  Bruce (John) on God's marks, 134.
  ---- proclamations, their utility, 3.
  Bruce (King Robert), his arms, 356. 416. 559.
  Brutoniensis on straw bail, 342.
  Brydone the tourist, his birthplace, 108. 163.
  B. (S. S.) jun., on photographic lens, 485.
  B. (T.) on magnetic intensity, 71.
  Bt. (J.) on "pais," its correct translation, 52.
  ---- riddle circa Henry VIII., 282.
  B. (T. N.) on chantry chapels, 185.
  Bucks, ancient society of, 286.
  Buckton (T. J.) on Alison's Europe, 594.
  ---- Croker's Johnson, quotations in, 618.
  ---- enough, 560.
  ---- heuristic, 320.
  ---- Khond fable, 584.
  ---- legend of Lamech, 432.
  ---- passage in St. James, 623.
  ---- sign of the cross in Greek Church, 461.
  ---- Syriac scriptures, 583.
  Budget, its derivation, 73.
  Bullinger's Sermons, 407.
  Bunyan's expression, "To lie at the catch," 132.
  Buonaparte, origin of the name, 129.
  Burial of unclaimed corpse, 262. 340. 435.
  Burial service said by heart, 13. 94. 320.
  Buriensis on Richard Candishe, M.P., 596.
  Burke (Edmund), his marriage, 382.
  ---- passage in, 51.
  Burke (Walter) noticed, 192.
  Burnet (Bishop), his character, 59.
  Burrow, its etymology, 205. 320.
  Burton (J.) on Martha Blount, 117.
  ---- Richardson or Murphy's portrait, 107.
  Burtt (Joseph) on proclamation of Henry VIII., 421.
  ---- surnames, 278.
  Butler and his man William, 408.
  Butler (Bishop), inquiries respecting, 528. 572.
  Buxton (Sir Thomas Fowell) noticed, 452.
  Bury (Dr. Arthur) noticed, 473. 502.
  Byron (Lord), immoral work by him, 66.

          C.

  C. on cardinal's hat, 164.
  ---- Caryl or Caryll, 455.
  ---- Chichester Pallant, 269.
  ---- Cibber's Lives of the Poets, 143.
  ---- Countess of Pembroke's letter, 245.
  ---- Curtseys and bows, 220.
  ---- Hogarth's pictures, 484.
  ---- "I hear a lion," &c., 318.
  ---- Les Veus du Hairon, 40.
  ---- Lord North, 317.
  ---- Manx penny, 165.
  ---- Pope's inedited poem, 113.
  ---- Rigby correspondence, 264.
  ---- Rosa mystica, 247.
  ---- scarfs worn by clergymen, 143. 269.
  ---- Segantiorum Portus, 246.
  ---- Shakspeare readings, 221.
  ---- "steaming," as used by Thomson, 145.
  ---- "Time and I," 247.
  ---- Young's housekeeper, 143.
  C., _Winton_, on staining deal, 357.
  C. (A.) on autographs in books, 384.
  ---- arms of Hobey of Bisham, 407.
  ---- beginning life again, 429.
  ---- feelings of age, 608.
  ---- Tangiers, English army in 1684, 12.
  ---- thirteen an unlucky number, 571.
  ---- tombstones _antè_ 1601, 331. 609.
  C. (A. B.) on charcoal in photography, 245.
  ---- curious fact in natural philosophy, 295.
  Cadenham oak, 180.
  C. (A. H.) on alphabetical arrangement, 596.
  C. (A. J.) on Brydone the tourist, 108.
  Cambrensis on belfry towers, 416.
  ---- loggerheads, 192.
  Camden Society anniversary, 465.
  Campbell's Hymn on the Nativity, 157.
  Campbell's imitations, 481.
  ---- Pleasures of Hope, 178.
  Campkin (Henry) on Eulenspiegel, 557.
  Campvere, privileges of, 262. 440. 558.
  Canada, its derivation, 380. 504. 601.
  Candishe (Richard) noticed, 590.
  Canker on brier rose, 500. 585.
  Cann family, 330.
  Canongate marriages, 67. 439.
  Cantab on meaning of Pallant, 206.
  Canute's reproof to his courtiers, 380.
  Cape on carrier pigeons, 551.
  ---- "hurrah!" and other war-cries, 595.
  ---- illuminations in cities, 571.
  ---- kissing hands at court, 595.
  ---- satin, its derivation, 551.
  ---- turkey cocks, 550.
  Capital punishment, mitigation of, 163. 573.
  Capuchin friars, &c., 568.
  Cardinal's hat, 72. 164.
  Cardinal spider, 431.
  Caret on Sir John Fleming, 356.
  ---- Norwich bishops, 358.
  Carians, their want of heraldic devices, 96.
  Carlyle's French Revolution, passage in, 285.
  Carpets at Rome, 455.
  Carr (Sir George), his pedigree, 408. 512. 558.
  Carrier pigeons, 551.
  Carte (Alex.) on arms on King Robert Bruce's coffin, 356.
  Carte (Arthur R.) on Nicholas Thane, 358.
  ---- Wake family, 51.
  Caryl or Caryll (Mr.), 455.
  Catcalls noticed, 167.
  Catechism, Church, its authorship, 64. 190. 463. 577.
  Cats--are white cats deaf? 331.
  Caul, a child's, bequeathed, 546.
  Causidicus on lawyers' bags, 144.
  C. (B.) on Race for Canterbury, 340.
  C. (B. H.) on church catechism, 190. 577.
  ---- cross and crucifix, 189.
  ---- dates on tombstones, 512.
  ---- ennui, its meaning, 629.
  ---- enough, 603.
  ---- Hill, the learned tailor, 10.
  ---- Hutter's Polyglott, 134.
  ---- "Inter cuncta micans," 510.
  ---- "Its," its early use, 510.
  ---- Luther's portrait, 498.
  ---- Martin drunk, 190.
  ---- Mormon etymologies, 153.
  ---- papers preserved from damp, 126.
  ---- "Pugna Porcorum," 606.
  ---- purlieu, 633.
  ---- quotation from Conrad Dieteric, 571.
  ---- Seneca and St. Paul, 633.
  ---- statue of St. Peter, 143.
  ---- subterranean bells, 512.
  ---- Syriac scriptures, 479.
  C. (B. N.) on epigrams, 393.
  Ceeley (Thomas) noticed, 207.
  Cene's Essay for a New Translation of the Bible, 40. 142.
  Centenarian trading vessel, 380.
  Ceridwen on bells, 429.
  ---- on cocket and cler-mantyn, 530.
  ---- golden bees, 535.
  ---- legend of Llangefelach tower, 545.
  ---- passage in Orosius, 536.
  ---- Savoy church, custom at, 529.
  ---- wild plants and their names, 441.
  Cestriensis on a family caul, 546.
  Ceylon, best map of, 65. 110.
  Ceyrep on the origin of albums, 341.
  ---- consecrated rings for epilepsy, 88.
  ---- Gesmas and Desmas, 464.
  ---- sign of the cross in Greek Church, 461.
  ---- heraldic queries, 571.
  ---- marriage ring, 601.
  ---- Peter's statue at Rome, 96. 210.
  ---- wood of the cross, 334.
  C. (G.) on Le Gray and collodion process, 47.
  C. (G. A.) on arms of Ensake and Cradock, 51.
  C. (G. C.) on origin of the rosary, 158.
  C. (G. J.) on detached belfry towers, 465.
  C. (H.) on detached belfry towers, 465.
  ---- the whetstone, 463.
  Chaffers (W.), Jun., on goldsmiths' year-marks, 90.
  Chaloner (Edmund) noticed, 334. 583.
  Chantry chapels, 185.
  Chapel Plaster, a public-house in Wilts, 37. 145.
  Chapel Sunday, 527.
  Chaplains to noblemen, 85. 163. 317.
  Chapman (John), his sounding name, 37.
  Chappell (Wm.) on Lady Nevell's music-book, 187.
  Charade attributed to Sheridan, 379. 463.
  Charlecote on Thomas Shakspeare, 405. 545.
  Charles I., miniature ring of, 184. 247.
  Charlton (Edward) on imprecatory epitaphs, 256.
  Chatterton, his death, 14. 138. 189. 267.
  Chaucer's connexion with the Temple, 69.
  ---- inedited poem on, 201.
  ---- knowledge of Italian, 517. 584.
  ---- prophetic view of Crystal Palace, 356. 440.
  C. (H. B.) on emblems, 16.
  ---- Genoveva, 212.
  ---- Hallett and Dr. Saxby, 511.
  ---- heuristisch, 237.
  ---- "Judæus odor," 295.
  ---- mitigation of capital punishment, 163. 573.
  ---- Mrs. Mackey's poems, 109.
  ---- Palissy and Cardinal Wiseman, 499.
  ---- "Solid men of Boston," 222.
  ---- tooth of Sir I. Newton, 207.
  C. (H. C.) on lad and lass, 256.
  Chess problem, 193.
  Chess-men found in the Isle of Lewis, 620.
  Cheverells on autobiographical sketch, 477.
  ---- font inscriptions, 625.
  ---- Lamech killing Cain, 362.
  ---- oaken tombs and effigies, 607.
  ---- parochial libraries, 369. 392.
  ---- parvise, 624.
  ---- queen bee, 633.
  ---- "Time and I," 586.
  Chichester Pallant, 206. 269. 335.
  Child-mother, 526.
  Chipchase of Chipchase, 133.
  Christian names, 406. 488. 626.
  Christophoros on anecdote in Franklin, 134.
  Churchwardens, qualifications of, 359.
  Cibber's Lives of the Poets, 113. 143. 341. 386.
  C. (J.) on inscriptions in books, 337.
  C. (J. N.) on detached belfry towers, 586.
  ---- Lady-day proverb, 157.
  ---- parochial libraries, 558.
  ---- Spanish armada, picture of, 558.
  C. (J. R.) on Bishop Butler, 573.
  C. (J. S.) on lowbell, 367.
  ---- ship's painter, 391.
  Clarendon (Lord) and the tub-woman, 133. 211. 634.
  Claret, its derivation, 237. 511. 561. 630.
  Clarke's Essay on Mathematical Learning, 15.
  Clericus (D.) on bell inscriptions, 633.
  ---- Schomberg's epitaph, 341.
  ---- "Seductor Sueco," 595.
  Cliff (Lord) noticed, 455. 536.
  Clifton (Thomas) of Normanton, 354.
  Cliviger on Edmund Spenser, 362.
  Cobb, its derivation, 234. 321.
  Cobb's (Mrs.) Diary, 477.
  Cock, names ending in, 279.
  Cockayne (Dr. Wm.) noticed, 431.
  Cody (Patrick) on fairies in New Ross, 61.
  Coenaculum of Lionardo da Vinci, 524. 624.
  Coins in foundations, 166.
  ---- of Europe, 597.
  Coke, its pronunciation, 586.
  Coke (Lord), his speech and charge, 376. 433.
  Cokely on collodion, 414.
  ---- fact in natural philosophy, 367.
  ---- parochial libraries, 193.
  ---- photographic gun cotton, 314.
  ---- soiled fingers, 162.
  ---- stereoscopic pictures, 70.
  Coket and cler-mantyn explained, 530.
  Coleman (E. H.) on plum-pudding, 66.
  Coleridge (S. T.), his annotations in books, 280.
  ---- his life suggested, 282. 368.
  ---- a prophet, 36.
  ---- Christabel, assumed omission, 206. 292.
  ---- passage in, 330. 393.
  Collar of SS., 297. 584.
  Colles (W. H.) on Croxton or Crostin, 108.
  Collier (J. Payne) on Adam Bell, Clym of the Clough, 445.
  ---- queries as to his Notes and Emendations to Shakspeare, 153.
  ---- Shakspeare, unanswered queries, 216.
  Collis (Thomas) on parochial libraries, 507.
  Collyns (Wm.) on "In Jesum Cruci affixum," 283.
  Colman (J. B.) on whimsical bequest, 105.
  Columba (St.) his cross, 302.
  Comedians (English) in the Netherlands, 114. 360. 503.
  "Coming home to men's business," its origin, 235. 320.
  Compass flower, 477.
  Confirmation superstition, 167.
  Consecrated roses, &c., 407. 480. 537.
  Consort (Mons.) noticed, 381.
  Constables of France, 332.
  Constant Reader on hobnail counting, 157.
  Conundrum answered, 294.
  Convocation, alliterative pasquinade on, 129.
  ---- in Ireland, 345. 583.
  ---- "Letter to a Member of Parliament," 620.
  Conway family, 261.
  Conyngers, its etymology, 182. 241. 368. 441.
  Cooke (Robert) on mistletoe, 269.
  Cooper (C. H.) on Bramston's poem, 318.
  ---- Ferdinand Mendez Pinto, 631.
  ---- gloves at fairs, 559.
  ---- Lode, a river, 464.
  ---- Monk and Cambridge university, 486.
  ---- nose of wax, 439.
  ---- "other-some" and "unneath," 631.
  ---- salt-peter man, 530.
  ---- sheriffs of Huntingdonshire, 631.
  ---- Sir Edwin Sadler, 416.
  ---- worth, its meaning, 630.
  Cooper (Thompson) on ballad of the Battle of the Boyne, 118.
  ---- inscription on penny of Geo. III., 165.
  ---- tuck, its meaning, 188.
  ---- Verney papers, &c., 568.
  Corbet peerage, 283.
  Coriolanus on Genoveva of Brabant, 246.
  Corney (Bolton) on Wotton and Milton, 7.
  Cornish (James) on Archbishop Leighton and Pope, 475.
  ---- Iron Mask, 344.
  ---- Shakspeare's bed-side, 104.
  Coronation, a flower, 530.
  Correspondent on Inigo Jones, 430.
  Corser (Thomas) on English books of Emblems, 469.
  Corvizer explained, 503.
  Corylus on beech-trees struck by lightning, 25.
  ---- passage in Tennyson, 25.
  Cossack, its meaning, 430.
  Cotton (H.) on prayer-books prior to 1662, 18. 393.
  Cotton (W. H.) on furmety or frumenty, 166.
  "Country Parson's Advice to his Parishioners," its author, 550.
  Country Practitioner on a test for lens, 485.
  County history societies, their formation, 14.
  Coverdale (Bishop), his exhumation, 97.
  Covert family, 85. 189.
  Cowgill on Thomas Bonnell, 561.
  ---- capital punishments, 561.
  ---- Khond fable, 584.
  Cowper and tobacco smoking, 229.
  Cowper or Cooper, 102.
  Cowper (B. H.) on [Greek: Arnion], 24.
  ---- raising the wind, 27.
  ---- "world without end," 27.
  "Craftsman's Apology," 499.
  Cramp (Wm.) on Letters of Atticus, 569.
  Cranmer and Calvin, 501. 621.
  Crassus' saying, 498.
  Creeper in the Samoan Isles, 107.
  Cremona violins, 36.
  Cremonas, list of the earliest, 501. 582.
  Creole, its etymology, 381. 535.
  Crescent, its origin, 235. 392.
  C. (R. H.) on Kelway family, 529.
  ---- the Lisle family, 365.
  Criticisms, coincident, 524.
  Cromlin (Mr.), his grant, 305.
  Cromwell's seal, 427.
  Crookes (Wm.) on after-dilutions, 48.
  ---- wax-paper process, 71.
  Croxton of Lancashire noticed, 108. 316.
  Crowe's Monody, 6. 144.
  Croydon, its unhealthiness, 237. 393.
  ---- burn at, 626.
  Crosby (James) on drengage and berewich, 39.
  Cross and pile, 24. 487. 560. 631.
  ---- and the crucifix, 189.
  ---- given by Richard I. to the patriarch of Antioch, 357.
  ---- in Mexico and Alexandria, 548. 629.
  ---- its sign, as used in the Greek church, 380. 461.
  ---- the wood of the, 177. 334. 437. 488.
  Crossley (Francis) on Allen, as a surname, 319.
  ---- cob and conners, 321.
  ---- coninger, 368.
  ---- Lamech killing Cain, 363.
  ---- meaning of Meals, 298.
  ---- meaning of Rather, 392.
  ---- "The wee brown hen," 284.
  Crossley (James) on Captain Ayloff, 486.
  ---- Craftsman's Apology, 499.
  ---- door-head inscriptions, 585.
  ---- East India Trade, tract on, 471.
  ---- Grub Street Journal, 383.
  ---- Howell's Letters, 536.
  ---- Huet's Navigations of Solomon, 438.
  ---- lines quoted by Charles Lamb, 439.
  ---- Oliver St. John, 520.
  ---- Peter Sterry and Jeremiah White, 388.
  ---- Pope, his corrections adopted from the Dunces, 541.
  ---- prospectus to Cibber's Lives, 386.
  ---- Psalmanazar, 435. 551.
  ---- Pylades and Corinna, 508. 551.
  ---- "Quod fuit esse," 391.
  ---- Richard Midgley, 438.
  ---- "Solid Men of Boston," 222.
  ---- South against Sherlock, 402.
  ---- Wanderings of Memory, 610.
  ---- Wednesday Club, 576.
  ---- white roses, 434.
  C. (T.) on railway signals, 380.
  C. (T. G.) on Lancashire fairy tale, 177.
  Cucking-stool, when last used, 260.
  Cullingford (W. H.) on staining deal, 558.
  Cunningham (Peter) on Cremona violins, 36.
  ---- Scotchmen in Poland, 475.
  Cupid crying, 368.
  Curfew noticed, 167. 530.
  Curiosus on the Five Alls, 502.
  Cursitor barons of the Exchequer, 479.
  Curtis (J. Lewelyn) on clergy in the seventeenth century, 126.
  ---- Major-General Lambert, 364.
  ---- Robin Hood, 162.
  ---- straw bail, 85.
  Curtsey, why ladies curtsey? 156. 220. 318.
  C. (W.) on Irish rhymes, 52.
  ---- Shakspeare's Twelfth Night, 51.
  C. (W. G.) on Longhi's portraits of Guidiccioni, 408.
  C. (W. H.) on cross of Mary Queen of Scots, 95.
  Cyclades, round towers of the, 425.

          D.

  D. on the origin of albums, 235.
  ---- Francius and De Wilde, 597.
  ---- nursery tale, 9.
  ---- ryming and cuculling, 529.
  ---- sheriffs of Huntingdonshire, &c., 572.
  ---- song, "Sing ivy," 9.
  ---- Thomson's will, 550.
  D. (A. A.) on [Greek: Arnion], 24.
  ---- confirmation superstition, 167.
  ---- Freund's Latin Lexicon, Andrew's edition, 617.
  ---- "Life is like a game of tables," 120.
  ---- nunting table, 133.
  ---- quotations, 571.
  ---- Tennyson's Locksley Hall, 146.
  D'Albini (William), his seal, 452. 552.
  D'Alton (John) on Colonel Thomas Walcot, 488.
  ---- Robin Hood, 162.
  ---- Wellesley pedigree, 87.
  Daniel (G.) on Aldiborontophoscophornio, 95.
  ---- "All my eye," &c., 525.
  ---- autographs in books, 255.
  ---- Bloomfield the poet, 34.
  ---- Cowper or Cooper, 102.
  ---- "Goe, soule, the bodies guest," 175.
  ---- Tickell's Elegy on Addison, 72.
  Daniel (Samuel) noticed, 192. 344.
  D'Arc (Joan), her heraldic insignia, 206. 295.
  Darien, Isthmus of, 351.
  Daubuz (Charles) noticed, 144.
  Daubuz family noticed, 52.
  Daugh, or Davach, its meaning, 128.
  D'Auvergne (Philip) noticed, 236. 296.
  Davey (Joseph) on the "Royal Escape," 570.
  David on the Iliad in a nutshell, 502.
  Davies (J. A.) on Wednesday Club, 409.
  Davys or Davies (Sir John), notices of, 39.
  Days, unlucky, 232.
  D. (C.) on Cranmer and Calvin, 501.
  D. (E.) on Adamson's England's Defence, 95.
  ---- arms at Bristol, 67.
  ---- Americanisms, 97.
  ---- burial service by heart, 320.
  ---- epitaph in Bathford churchyard, 288.
  ---- Herbert family, 96.
  ---- party, as applied to an absent person, 177.
  ---- Penardo and Laissa, 84.
  ---- Samuel Daniel, 192.
  Deal, how to stain, 356. 465. 558.
  De Burgh family, 381.
  De Camera on John, brother-german to David II., 331.
  ---- Smith, Young, and Scrymgeour MSS., 547.
  ---- touching for the king's evil, 353.
  Deck (J.) on Salt-peter man, 460.
  Deck (Norris) on inscriptions in churches, 25.
  ---- mediæval emblems of the Passion, 199.
  ---- parochial libraries, 392.
  Delamotte (Philip H.) on camera for travellers, 116.
  Delferier (W. A.) on powdered alum, 267.
  ---- Sir Wm. Newton's process, 219.
  De Mareville (Honoré) on claret, 561.
  ---- inscriptions in books, 554.
  ---- "Nine tailors make a man," 557.
  Denham (M. A.) on popular sayings, 233.
  Denmark and slavery, 286.
  Dennistoun (James) on Gibbon's library, 485.
  Derby municipal seal, 357. 438.
  Derrick, its meaning, 178. 507.
  De Thurnham, arms of, 261. 364.
  Devil, how to dispose of him, 81.
  Devil's marks in swine, 281.
  Devizes, origin of the name, 11.
  Devonianisms, 544. 630.
  D. (F.) on epitaphs, 287.
  D. (G.) on David Garrick, 40.
  D. (H. G.) on Franklin's portrait, 409.
  ---- Gloucester ballads, 27.
  ---- Lord Nelson and Walter Burke, 193.
  ---- Smollett's Strap, 234.
  ---- Wolfe's death, 127.
  D. (H. W.) on originator of collodion process, 92.
  ---- Warren Hastings' inedited letters, 198.
  Diamond (Dr. H. W.) on collodion pictures, 582.
  ---- processes upon paper, 20.
  Dibdin's Bibliomania, key to, 151. 338.
  Digby (Sir Kenelm) and the sun-flower, 85. 190.
  Digges' England's Defence, its republication, 95.
  Dimidiation, 548. 629.
  "Discourse of Reason," the phrase, 497. 546.
  Displeasure singularly shown, 593.
  D. (J.) on Bristol arms, 189.
  ---- Oldham, Bishop of Exeter, 189.
  D. (J. W.) on longevity, 504.
  D. (M.) on "Discourse of Reason," 546.
  ---- "To lie at the catch," 132.
  D. (M. F.) on oratories or chapels, 261.
  D. (N.) on Robert Dodsley, 237.
  Dodo, a Christian and surname, 83. 188. 365.
  Dodsley (Robert) noticed, 237. 316.
  Doe (John) on Dogberry's losses, 524.
  Domini-Cann on Cann family, 330.
  Dominic (St.), his predecessors, 356.
  Donkey, the medicinal use of its hairs, 105.
  Donnybrook fair, 549.
  Door-head inscriptions, 23. 190. 585.
  D. (O. T.) on formation of woman, 593.
  Dover Castle, its ancient stores, 254. 345.
  D. (P.) on Herbé's Costumes Français, 294.
  Drake the artist, 246.
  Draufield on eggs sold after sunset, 7.
  Dredge (John I.) on bishops deprived by Elizabeth, 344.
  ---- on bride's seat in church, 145.
  ---- essay for a new translation of the Bible, 142.
  ---- Joshua Marsden, 318.
  ---- Pursglove, suffragan of Hull, 135.
  ---- satirical medal, 238.
  ---- Westminster Assembly of Divines, 368.
  Drengage and berewich, their derivation, 39. 137. 298.
  Drills presaging death, 353. 522.
  Drimtaidhvrickhillichattan, 597.
  D. (R. P.) on Sir John Thompson, 332.
  Drummer's letter, 431.
  Drury (Robert), his Madagascar, 485.
  D. (S.) on inscription in books, 221.
  ---- Ribston pippin, 486.
  D. (S. D.) on portrait of Pope, 393.
  Duane (Wm.) on Baptist Vincent Lavall, 130.
  Dubourg (G.) on Cremonas, 582.
  Duff (Lord), his toast, 105. 220.
  Dunkin (A.) on early edition of Solinus, 142.
  Dutch allegorical picture, 46. 97. 213.
  Dutch East India Company, 159.
  Dutch, their alleged reduction of English subjects to slavery, 49.
  Dutens' Correspondence Interceptée, 26. 390. 559.

          E.

  E. on Campvere, privileges of, 558.
  ---- epitaph on a sexton, 10.
  ---- gentlemen pensioners, 63.
  ---- prices of tea, 36.
  ---- Schomberg's epitaph by Swift, 13.
  Eagles supporting lecterns, 191.
  Earl (Thomas), his diary, 206.
  Easter-day sun, 333.
  East India Trade, author of a tract on, 471.
  Eastwood (J.) on tombstone at Ecclesfield, 390.
  Eaton (T. D.) on filtering collodion, 414.
  ---- originator of collodion process, 162.
  Ebor on silver ornament, 96.
  Ecclesia Anglicana, its use, 12. 440. 535.
  Ecclesiastics, wives of, 486.
  Ecclus. xlvi. 20., why not read in the lessons? 205.
  Edina on Huet's Navigations of Solomon, 381.
  Edward III. and the siege of Calais, 10.
  Edward of Lancaster, autograph of, 33.
  Edward the Confessor's ring, 15.
  Edwards (H.) on Shoreditch cross and painted window, 339.
  Effigy on "Elementa sex," &c., 572.
  Eggs, unlucky to sell after sunset, 7.
  Eirionnach on a work on the Macrocosm, 402.
  ---- phantom bells and lost churches, 413.
  ---- "Populus vult decipi," 621.
  E. (J.) on Grindle, illustrations of its meaning, 307.
  ---- remarkable signs, 155.
  E. (K.) on pic-nic, 585.
  E. (K. P. D.) on marriage custom, 17.
  ---- suggested reprints, 203.
  Elder tree, superstition respecting, 177. 334. 437. 488.
  Elections, list of contested, 208. 316.
  Electrical phenomena, 51.
  Electric clock, 153.
  Elginensis on a fact in natural history, 206.
  ---- Robertson's Index of Charters, 101.
  Elizabeth (Queen), her alleged bastardy, 528.
  ---- chaplain at Woodstock, 108.
  ---- love of pearls, 355.
  Ellacombe (H. T.) on bells _versus_ storms, 343.
  ---- door-head inscriptions, 23.
  ---- font inscriptions, 408.
  ---- Golden Legend, 344.
  ---- Grindle, 508.
  ---- "Navita Erythræum," &c, 382, 513.
  ---- palindromical lines, 417.
  ---- party, as applied to one person, 367.
  ---- Roger Outlawe, 332.
  ---- Townley manuscripts, 407.
  ---- witchcraft, 446.
  Elliott (R.) on photographic practice, 245.
  Elsevier on Dutch East India Company, 159.
  ---- English comedians in the Netherlands, 360.
  Elsno on Arago's weather observations, 40.
  ---- Foucault's experiment, 509.
  ---- search for manuscripts, 354.
  ---- suicide at Marseilles, 180.
  E. (M.) on early tombstones, 609.
  E. (M. C.) on Purlieu, 477.
  Emaciated figures, 439.
  "Emblemata Horatiana," 614.
  Emblems, English books on, 16. 469. 579.
  Emouf, letter by him, 329.
  Engine-à-verge, 619.
  Engraving, historical, 619.
  Enivri on Bullinger's Sermons, 407.
  ---- deodorising peat, 220.
  ---- rubrical query, 247.
  ---- St. Mary's church, Beverley, 181.
  ---- wild plants and their names, 233.
  Ennui defined, 478. 629.
  Enough, its pronunciation, 455. 560. 603.
  Ensake and Cradock arms, 51.
  Ephippiarius, its meaning, 207.
  Epigrams:--Hans-sur-Lesse, in Belgium, 379.
  ---- How D.D. swaggers--M.D. rolls! 175. 369.
  ---- Say what is Abstract, what Concrete? 175.
  ---- Sir Walter Scott's? 498. 576.
  ---- 'Twixt Footman Sam and Doctor Toe, 175. 270. 369. 393.
  Epitaphs, Bathford churchyard, 287.
  ---- Bobbity John, 105.
  ---- Chesham churchyard, 63.
  ---- Dr. Greenwood's on his wife, 287.
  ---- imprecatory, 256. 464.
  ---- Kinver, Staffordshire, 177.
  ---- Llangollen in North Wales, 287.
  ---- Mickleton, 379.
  ---- "Quod fuit esse, quod est," &c., 235. 342. 391.
  ---- Schomberg's, by Swift, 13.
  ---- a sexton, 10.
  ---- St. Helen's, London, 577.
  ---- Tichfield church, 202.
  ---- Tynemouth churchyard, 105.
  Erica on Banbury cakes and zeal, 106.
  ---- borrowed thoughts, 203.
  ---- epigram attributed to Scott, 576.
  ---- epitaphs, 177.
  ---- muffs worn by gentlemen, 320.
  ---- party, its early use, 247.
  ---- salt mines, 261.
  ---- snuff and tobacco, 230.
  ---- the word Rather, 282.
  Ericas on Christian names, 406.
  Erskine (Cardinal) noticed, 72.
  Ethnologicus on Ethnology of England, 135.
  Ethnology of England, 135. 246.
  Etymological traces of our ancestors, 13. 90. 343.
  Etymologies, on uncertain, 43.
  Eugenia, by Hayes and Carr, 237.
  Eulenspiegel (Till) translations, 357. 416. 507. 557.
  Euphormio, or Barclay's controversy, 430.
  Eustache de Saint Pierre, 10. 329.
  Eva, princess of Leinster, 188.
  Evans (L.) on Scotch ballad, 596.
  Ewart (Wm.) on Crassus' saying, 498.
  ---- Pope and Buchanan, 570.
  E. (W. M. R.) on ball at Brussels, 303.
  ---- Ciriaco's account of the Parthenon, 306.
  ---- Count Gondomar, 313.
  ---- Monument at Antwerp, 263.
  ---- pic-nics, 240.
  ---- pilgrimages to the Holy Land, 341.
  Exercist day, 205. 344.
  Ezzelin, picture of, 453. 513.

          F.

  Fable of a dwarf and giant, 155.
  Fairies in New Ross, 61.
  Family, a large, 547.
  "Family Journal," its author, 313. 392.
  Faust, passage in Part I., 501. 561.
  Fawcett (Dr.) and a case of reprieve, 574.
  F. (C. E.) on Lyte's mode of printing, 557.
  ---- Venda, 179.
  "Fercett," its meaning, 318.
  Fermour (Richard) and Nicholas Thane, 358.
  Ficulnus on the Crescent, 235.
  ---- passage in Carlyle, 285.
  Fidus Interpres on "Amentium haud amantium," 595.
  Fifeshire pronunciation, 329.
  Fire and Plague of London predicted, 79. 173.
  "Five Alls," explained, 502.
  F. (J.) on degree of B. C. L., 38.
  ---- Race for Canterbury, 219.
  F. (J. F.) on Gookins of Ireland, 238.
  ---- grogog of a castle, 67.
  Fleming (Sir John), his arms, 356. 608.
  Fleshed, meaning of, 166.
  Fleshier of Otley, his arms, 39.
  Fletcher (Bishop) and Lady Baker, 305.
  Fogie, Old, on the term, 354. 559. 632.
  Folger family noticed, 51. 248.
  Folkestone, its etymology, 166.
  Folk lore, 7. 81. 104. 128. 152. 177. 280. 328. 353. 496. 522. 545.
  ---- African, 496.
  ---- Devonshire, 353. 523.
  ---- Derbyshire, 280.
  ---- Lancashire, 177.
  ---- Leicestershire, 128.
  "Folowed," its meaning, 500.
  Font inscriptions, 408. 483. 625.
  Foot-guards' uniforms temp. Ch. II., 595.
  Forbes (C.) on blackguard, 487.
  ---- the drummer's letter, 431.
  ---- etymological traces of our ancestors, 90.
  ---- Forts at Michnee and Pylos, 495.
  ---- galliard, 366.
  ---- Gulliver's Travels, 523.
  ---- Irish rhymes, 271.
  ---- passage in Faust, 561.
  ---- straw bail, 143.
  ---- "Wandering Willie's Tale," 527.
  ---- Wolfe's portrait, 63.
  Forts at Michnee and Pylos, 495.
  Foss (Edward) on chaplains to noblemen, 163.
  ---- Chief-Justice Popham, 305.
  ---- Chief-Justice Thomas Wood, 95.
  ---- Cursitor barons of the Exchequer, 479.
  ---- Judge Smith, 508.
  ---- letter of Emouf, 329.
  ---- letters of Gen. Green and Washington, 277.
  ---- Sir Gilbert Gerard, 441.
  ---- Tuebeuf in France, 343.
  Foucault's experiment, 330. 509.
  Fox Hunter on Fox of Whittlebury Forest 155.
  Fox of Whittlebury Forest, 155.
  F. (R.) jun. on Fuseli's painting, 513.
  Frampton (Bp.), his unpublished life, 605.
  Francis (H. D.) on portable tents, 534.
  Francis I., a letter by him, 83.
  Francius (Peter) noticed, 597.
  Franklin's portrait, 409.
  Franklyn (Sir John), his Household Book, 550.
  Fraser (W.) on anagrams, 221.
  ---- the use of "anywhen," 38.
  ---- Bentley's examination, 181.
  ---- bishop of Oxford in 1164, 408.
  ---- bishops' lawn sleeves, 437.
  ---- degree of B. C. L., 222.
  ---- dimidiation, 548.
  ---- Ecclesia Anglicana, 440. 632.
  ---- Göthe's Faust, passage in, 13. 501.
  ---- Lamech's war-song, 489.
  ---- Letter to a Convocation Man, 620.
  ---- Locke, quotation from, 23.
  ---- man baptizing himself, 27.
  ---- odd mistake, 632.
  ---- Pascal, a saying of his, 596.
  ---- Shower's Letter to a Convocation Man, 358. 502.
  ---- St. Ives, its derivation, 182.
  ---- spontaneous combustion, 632.
  ---- Swift's lines on Woolston, 620.
  ---- Tom Track's ghost, 427.
  ---- wood of the cross, 488.
  French Prayer-book, the earliest, 382.
  Frere (George E.) on Mangel wurzel, 463.
  Frescheville family, 261.
  Freund's Latin Lexicon, Andrew's edition, 617.
  Fritz on the vinegar plant, 454.
  F. (R. J.) on developing paper pictures, 117.
  F. (R. W.) on harvest-home song, 201.
  ---- Pope's portrait, 294.
  F. (T.) on portraits at Brickwall House, 406.
  ---- Neal's manuscripts, 430.
  Funeral custom, 496.
  Furmety, or frumenty, explained, 166.
  Furvus on lady high sheriff, 340.
  ---- etymology of nugget, 366.
  ---- parochial libraries, 558.
  ---- superstition respecting teeth, 177.
  ---- "Words given to man," &c., 164.
  Furze in Scandinavia, 119.
  Fuss, its etymology, 180. 366.
  F. (W. H.) on Picts' houses and argils, 430.
  ---- stone pillar worship, 383.

          G.

  G. on Alicia Lady Lisle, 269.
  ---- chaplains to noblemen, 317.
  ---- consecrated roses, &c., 407.
  ---- Major-General Lambert, 237.
  ---- mediæval or middle ages, 306.
  ---- "short red, god red," 501.
  ---- the word Party, 247.
  ---- Tradescant family, 295.
  ---- Vincent family, 629.
  Gaffer or Gammer, 354.
  Galliards, 216. 366.
  Gantillon (P. J. F.) on errata in Smith's Dictionaries, 302.
  ---- Euphormio, 430.
  ---- notes on Bacon's Essays, 6. 80. 448.
  ---- Pugna Porcorum, 528.
  ---- Sidney as a Christian name, 392.
  ---- Sir Edwin Sadler, 357.
  ---- Tennyson query, 189.
  ---- version of a proverb, 382.
  Garland (John) on Lisle family, 236.
  ---- Nixon, a painter, 207.
  Garrick's funeral epigram, 619.
  ---- Letter against Mr. Steevens, 40.
  Gatty (Alfred) on passage in Burke, 51.
  G. (C.) on the meaning of Grindle, 107.
  ---- Haberdon or Habyrdon, 132.
  G. (C. S.) on Mr. Justice Newton, 600.
  G. (C. W.) on St. Adulph, 192.
  ---- beads for counting prayers, 360.
  ---- Belatucadrus, 319.
  ---- bell inscription, 454.
  ---- St. Botulph, 193.
  ---- Derby municipal seal, 438.
  ---- Haveringemere, 454.
  ---- quotation from Coleridge, 369.
  ---- tree of the thousand images, 381.
  G. (D.) on Junius's Letters to Wilkes, 620.
  G. (E. C.) on marriage in high life, 609.
  ---- Thomas Gage, 609.
  G. (E. H.) on a conundrum, 294.
  Genealogical Society of New England, 431.
  General, the greatest, 25.
  Geneva lake, 406. 509.
  Genoveva, an engraving by Felsing, 133. 212. 246.
  Geological query, 261.
  George III., prayer for his recovery, 109.
  Georgiad, a poem, 179.
  Gerard (Sir Gilbert) noticed, 441. 608.
  German academies, 16.
  Gesmas et Desmas explained, 238. 342. 464.
  G. (F. F.) on inscriptions in books, 554.
  Gibbes (Thomas) of Fenton, his descendants, 235.
  Gibbings (Robert) on "Populus vult decipi," 622.
  Gibbon's library, 407. 485. 535.
  Gibbs (Henry H.) on detached belfry towers, 586.
  ---- Gibbes of Fenton, 235.
  Gibson (J. Westby) on superstitious sayings, 158.
  Gibson (W. Sidney) on cross of Richard I., 357.
  ---- drengage, 137.
  ---- meteoric stone of the Thracian Chersonesus, 105.
  ---- spectre horsemen of Southerfeld, 304.
  ---- well-flowering in Derbyshire, 280.
  Gilbert (Sir Humphrey), his descendants, 259.
  G. (J.) on annuellarius, 391.
  ---- grafts on the parent tree, 536.
  ---- Lord Coke's Charge, 434.
  ---- maudlin, its derivation, 50.
  ---- Nelson's death, 52.
  ---- Niagara, its meaning, 50.
  G. (J. C.) on derrick and ship's painter, 178.
  G. (J. E.) on chantry chapels, 185.
  ---- old fable, 155.
  G. (J. M.) on Chatterton, 138. 267.
  ---- Coleridge's annotations in books, 280.
  ---- greatest general, 25.
  ---- Leigh peerage and Stoneley estates, 619.
  ---- Shakspeare songs and rimes, 426.
  G. (J. N. G.) on London queries, 108.
  ---- origin of play-bills, 234.
  G. (J. W. G.) on Hobson's choice, 452.
  Glendower (Owen), his arms, 205. 288.
  Globe and cross as a symbol, 478.
  Gloucester ballads, 27.
  Gloucester (Duke of), son of Charles I., his portrait, 258. 338.
  Gloves at fairs, 455. 510. 559. 632.
  Glywysig on Humphry Smith, 182.
  ---- Williams of Geneva, 528.
  ---- Williams (John) of Southwark, 266.
  G. (O.) on R. S. Townshend, 179.
  Gobat (S.), Bishop of Jerusalem, 234.
  "God's marks," its meaning, 134. 246. 416.
  "Goe, soule, the bodies guest," MS. of, 175. 343.
  Göthe's Faust, passage in, 13. 501.
  ---- reply to Nicolai, 19.
  Golden bees in heraldry, 478. 535.
  Goldsmiths' year-marks, 90. 118.
  Gole (Russell) on bells and storms, 144.
  ---- inscriptions in books, 337.
  Gondomar (Count) noticed, 313.
  Gonville (C.) on Sir H. Gilbert's descendants, 259.
  Gookins of Ireland, 238.
  Goose-footed queen, 332.
  Gordon (G. W. R.) on the derivation of blackguard, 273.
  Gordon (Louisa Lady) of Gordonstoun, 208.
  Goring (Lord) noticed, 143. 317.
  "Gospel place" in Worcestershire, 133. 248.
  Gotch, its etymology, 367.
  G. (R.) on "A Diasii Salve," 630.
  ---- Loselerius Villerius, 534.
  ---- St. Paul's Epistle to Seneca, 583.
  Grafts and the parent tree, 261. 365. 436. 536.
  Graves (Rev. James) on detached belfry towers, 465.
  ---- golden bees, 478.
  ---- Graves of Mickleton, 130.
  ---- Hoveden's Annals, 495.
  ---- mistletoe in Ireland, 512
  ---- Shearman family, 107.
  ---- Sir Dennis Pack, 453.
  Graves of Mickleton, 130. 319.
  Gray (Lady Anne) noticed, 501. 607.
  Green (Gen.), inedited letter, 277.
  Gregorian tones, 136.
  Gregory on stamping current coinage, 180.
  Gresford on Jeffreys family, 46.
  Grey (Lady Katherine), her marriage, 68.
  Grimm (Jacob) on the English language, 125.
  Grindle, its meaning, 107. 307. 384. 508.
  Grindstone oak, 478.
  Grogog of a castle, 67.
  Grub Street Journal, its conductors, 108. 268. 383. 486.
  Grymes (Sir Edward) noticed, 234.
  Gryphea incurva, or Devil's thumb, 105.
  Gulielmus on Carr pedigree, 558.
  Gulliver's Travels, note on, 523.
  Guthryisms, 620.
  G. (W. H.) on the Litten or Litton, 383.
  ---- Khond fable, 584.
  ---- Roger Outlawe, 385.
  ---- satirical poem, 568.

          H.

  H. on Banbury cakes and zeal, 222.
  ---- Irish peerages, 117.
  ---- "Judæus odor," 207.
  ---- Marvel (Andrew), was he poisoned? 476.
  ---- Smollett's Ode to Independence, 86.
  ---- St. Columba's cross, 302.
  Haberdon or Habyrdon, its meaning, 132.
  H. (A. F.) on letters U, V, W, 39.
  Haggard (W. D.) on Hogarth's pictures, 181. 413.
  ---- Reynard the Fox, 262.
  Hall (Bishop), an old copy of his Meditations, 14.
  Hall-close, Silverstone, 620.
  Hallett and Dr. Saxby, their quarrel, 41. 511.
  Hamilton (Arthur) on British regiments, 241.
  Hamilton queries, 285. 333.
  Hammond (H. A.) on Ascension-day, 67.
  Hanover Rat, inquiry respecting, 206. 481.
  Harbottle (Cecil) on Collier's Notes and Emendations, 450.
  Hardwick (C.) on Westminster Assembly, 368.
  Hardy (Wm.) on the Queen's descent from John of Gaunt, 41.
  Harley family, 454.
  Harris (Rev. Wm.) noticed, 572.
  Harrison (J. B.) on Race for Canterbury, 158.
  Hartcliffe (Dr. John) noticed, 431.
  Hartley (David), his official post, 282.
  Hastings (Warren), inedited letter of, 198.
  Haughmond Abbey, Salop, 209.
  Haulf-naked, a manor in Sussex, 432. 558.
  Haveringemere, 454.
  Hawarden (Humphrey) noticed, 572.
  Hawkins (Edward) on ancient society of Bucks, 286.
  ---- epitaphs, 287.
  ---- gloves at fairs, 559.
  ---- Race for Canterbury, 268.
  ---- Seal of Wm. D'Albini, 553.
  ---- throwing old shoes for luck, 288.
  Haywood (F.) on hevristic, 535.
  Hazel (Wm.) on dipping for hydrophobia, 221.
  H. (C.) on Eva, Princess of Leinster, 188.
  ---- "Quod fuit esse," 391.
  H. (C. H.) on "Haud cum Jesu itis," 295.
  H. (E.) on portrait painters, 319.
  Hearne's Works, a reprint suggested, 379.
  Hele (Henry H.) on an iodizing difficulty, 605.
  Hendry (Warden S.) on St. John's church, Shoreditch, 332.
  Heraldic queries, 39. 85. 203. 571.
  Herbé's Costumes Français, 182. 294.
  Herbert family, 96.
  Hermit at Hampstead on Bacon's Essays, 320.
  Hermit queries, 234.
  Heron (Robert) noticed, 167.
  Hesketh (Bishop) noticed, 409.
  Hesledon (W. S.) on volcanic influence on the weather, 9.
  Hessey (Dr. James) on Gresham professors, 431.
  Hexameters from Udimore register, 202.
  Heuristisch--Evristic, its etymology, 237. 320. 417. 535.
  H. (F.) on the word Budget, 73.
  H. (G.) on county history societies, 14.
  ---- wax-paper process, 218.
  ---- Winchester and Huntingdon, 38.
  H. (G. T.) on inscriptions on a dagger-case, 40.
  H. (H.) on curiosities of railway literature, 427.
  ---- optical query, 30.
  H. (H. T.) on coins in foundations, 166.
  Hibberd (Shirley) on Arago on the weather, 512.
  ---- astronomical query, 510.
  ---- Hanover Rat, 206.
  ---- hermit queries, 234.
  ---- Jewish lineaments, 296.
  ---- "lay" and "lie," 222.
  ---- sham epitaphs and quotations, 190.
  ---- spontaneous combustion, 458.
  ---- white cats being deaf, 331.
  Hibernicis Hibernior, 260. 366.
  High spirits a presage of evil, 339. 488.
  Hill (Robert), the learned tailor, 10.
  H. (J.) on Joshua Marsden, 318.
  ---- Young, the poet, 14.
  H. (J. A.) on Enough, 560.
  H. (J. G.) on pyrogallic acid, 70.
  H. (J. J.) on Christian names, 489.
  H. (M.) on derivation of Lowbell, 272.
  ---- the sizain, 270.
  Hob and nob, their meaning, 86. 222.
  Hobble de Hoy, 572.
  Hobey of Bisham, his arms, 407. 560.
  Hobnail-counting at the Exchequer, 157.
  Hobson's choice, 452.
  Hogarth's pictures, 181. 339. 412. 484.
  ---- portrait of himself and wife, 478.
  Holles family, 132.
  Hollis (Gervase), his manuscripts, 546.
  Holne Curate on Beltane in Devonshire, 353.
  Holyrood Palace, the royal garden at, 570.
  Homer's Iliad in a nutshell, 592.
  Hone's History of Parody, 154.
  Honeycombe (Will.) on an inedited poem, 424.
  Hooping-cough, cures for, 104. 128.
  Hopper (Clarence) on the Dodo, 83.
  ---- Jeremy Taylor and Lord Hatton, 305.
  Horne (F.) on collodion process, 163.
  Hornoway on ancient chessmen, 620.
  Hour-glass in pulpits, 589.
  House-marks, 594.
  Hoveden's Annals, errata in, 495. 579.
  ---- prophecy in, 284.
  Howard (C. H.) on the broken astragalus, 84.
  ---- hob and nob, 86.
  Howlett the engraver, 69.
  Hoyle, its meaning, and family name, 237.
  H. (P.) on Acts xv. 23., 316.
  H. (R.) on Charter of Waterford, 65.
  H. (R. W.) on fever at Croydon, 237.
  H. (S.) on Jacob Grimm on the English language, 125.
  H. (T. B.) on numerous progeny, 547.
  ---- the Temple of Truth, its author, 549.
  H. (T. H.) on Anna Lightfoot, 595.
  Hudson (B.) on Howlett the engraver, 69.
  Huet's Navigations of Solomon, 381. 438.
  Hughes (T.) on Sir G. Browne, 608.
  ---- detached belfry towers, 512.
  ---- Devonianisms, 630.
  ---- Edmund Chaloner, 335.
  ---- gloves at fairs, 510.
  ---- humbug, 631.
  ---- Humphrey Hawarden, 572.
  ---- loggerheads, 364.
  ---- longevity, 607.
  ---- Old Satchells, 318.
  ---- portico inscription, 585.
  ---- red hair a reproach, 616.
  ---- Sir John Fleming, 608.
  ---- Sir John Vanbrugh, 619.
  ---- wards of the Crown, 236.
  Humbug, when first used, 550. 631.
  Hurrah! and other war-cries, 595. 633.
  Hutter's Polyglott noticed, 134.
  H. v. L. on Flemish and Dutch schools of painting, 166.
  H. (W.) on "God and the world," 134.
  H. (W. C.) on Gesmas and Desmas, 342.
  ---- "Plurima, pauca, nihil," 167.
  Hyde (Mrs.), _alias_ the tub-woman, 133. 211. 634.
  Hydrophobia, alleged cure for, 379.
  ---- dipping for, 221.
  Hyena, an ingredient in love potions, 177.

          I.

  I. (A.) on longevity, 358.
  I. (B. R.) on Marlowe's Lust's Dominion, 253.
  ---- polka, its antiquity, 152.
  ---- quotation from Suckling, 390.
  I. (G. H.) on burial of unclaimed corpse, 435.
  Ignoramus on Shakspeare and Blackstone, 550.
  Illuminations in cities, their origin, 571.
  Immoral works, their preservation, 66.
  Indagator on Archbishop Magee and Lord Holland, 455.
  Inference, instance of a false one, 303.
  Ingleby (C. Mansfield) on anagrams, 546.
  ---- coincident criticisms, 524.
  ---- Coleridge a prophet, 36.
  ---- Collier's Notes and Emendations, 378. 426.
  ---- grafts and the parent tree, 365.
  ---- heraldic query, 39.
  ---- Llandudno, on the Great Orme's head, 189.
  ---- "My mind to me a kingdom is," 511.
  ---- optical phenomenon, 155.
  ---- passage in King Henry VIII., 404.
  ---- passage in Macbeth, 546.
  ---- soul and the magnetic needle, 508.
  ---- South _v._ Goldsmith, Talleyrand, &c., 509.
  Inglis (Bishop) noticed, 263.
  "In Jesum Cruci affixum," 283.
  Ink, its inventor, 285.
  Inquirens on Ferdinand Mendez Pinto, 551.
  Inscriptions: bell, 454. 633.
  ---- books, 127. 221. 337. 438. 554.
  ---- churches, 25. 191.
  ---- dagger-case, 40. 119.
  ---- door-head, 23. 190. 585.
  ---- fonts, 408. 483. 625.
  ---- penny of George III., 65. 165. 239.
  ---- Roman sepulchral, 37.
  ---- tombstones before 1600, 331. 390. 512.
  Inveruriensis on flogging a slave, 223.
  Iona, a corruption of Ioua, 257.
  Irish characters on the stage, 356.
  ---- dramatists, 596.
  ---- peerages, 117.
  ---- rhymes, 52. 271. 312. 483.
  ---- superstitious customs, 81.
  Iron Mask still unexplained, 234. 344.
  Isping Geil, 549.
  Italian English, 149.
  -Itis, termination, its derivation, 13. 73.
  "Its," its early use, 160. 510. 578.
  Ives (St.) noticed, 182.

          J.

  J. on photography and the microscope, 507.
  Jack and Gill, 572.
  Jack, its familiar use, 325. 622.
  Jackson (E. S.) on Life of Queen Anne, 108.
  Jackson (J. E.) on Chapel Plaster, 37.
  Jackson (John) on Jack, 325.
  James (F.) on Americanisms, 608.
  ---- lowbell, 586.
  ---- feelings of age, 608.
  James (John) on Weld Taylor's process, 217.
  James's (St.) market-house, 383.
  ----, passage in, 549. 623.
  Jaydee on book-plates, 26.
  ---- Canada, &c., 602.
  ---- pic-nic, its etymology, 23.
  ---- pork pisee, and wheale, 96.
  ---- Sir Kenelm Digby, 190.
  ---- termination "-itis," 73.
  J. (C.) on Pierrepont, 606.
  Jebb (John) on clergymen's scarfs, 215. 336.
  ---- gospel place, 248.
  ---- Marigmerii--Melinglerii--Berefellarii, 207.
  Jeffreys (Judge), notices of, 45.
  Jennings family, 95. 119. 477.
  Jennings-G. (S.) on Daubuz family, 52.
  ---- Folger family, 51.
  ---- electrical phenomena, 51.
  ---- Jennings family, 119. 477.
  Jeroboam of claret, 528.
  Jesuit on Booth family, 478.
  Jewish lineaments, 296.
  J. (F. W.) on "Bis dat, qui cito dat," 594.
  ---- longevity, 607.
  ---- value of manuscripts, 9.
  J. (G.) on loak hen, 13.
  J. (H. B.) on prigging tooth, 257.
  J. (H. J.) on "Ma Ninette," &c., 84.
  ---- Tennyson queries, 84.
  J. (J. E.) on the locality of Tuebeuf, 207.
  J. (J. J.) on Bishop Turner's MSS., 287.
  ---- Bishop Ken, 380. 526.
  ---- Bishop St. John, 550.
  Job, his declaration of the resurrection, 14.
  Jock of Arden, 430.
  Jockey, its derivation, 456.
  John ap William ap John, Esq., on Owen Glyndwr, 288.
  John, brother-german to David II., 331.
  John (King), his sacrilege punished, 571.
  John of Gaunt, descent of the Queen from, 41. 628.
  John of Jerusalem, order of, 407.
  John's (St.) church, Shoreditch, 332.
  John's (St.) on Wellington and Marshal Ney, 62.
  ---- Psalmanazar, 206.
  Johnson (Dr. Samuel), parchment of his freedom of Aberdeen, 202.
  Johnson (Goddard) on Capt. Ayloff, 583.
  ---- cross and pile, 24.
  Johnson (Robert), his pedigree, 429.
  Johnsoniana, 328.
  Jones (Edwin) on Job xlii. 17., 14.
  Jones (Inigo), list of his buildings, 430.
  Jones (T. W.) on Sir Gilbert Gerard, 608.
  Jonson (Ben), his adopted sons, 167.
  J. (O. W.) on French Prayer-book, 382.
  J. (T.) on Irish customs, 81.
  Junius's Letters to Wilkes, 620.
  Juvenal, Sat. x. ver. 365., 165. 321. 633.
  Juxon (Bp.) and Walton's Polyglott, 476.
  ---- Account of Vendible Books, 390.
  J. (W.) on nose of wax, 158.
  J. (Y. B. N.) on "Impartial Inquiry on Faith," its author, 180.
  ---- tenent and tenet, 205.

          K.

  Kappa on Belatucadrus, 205.
  Keightley (Thomas) on ake and ache, 472.
  ---- coincident legends, 591.
  ---- Gaffer or Gammer, &c., 354.
  ---- "its," early use of, 160.
  ---- mythe _versus_ myth, 326.
  ---- Old Fogie, 631.
  ---- spring, &c., 448.
  ---- Shakspeare criticisms, 615.
  ---- Shakspeare emendations, 44. 255.
  ---- Love's Labour's Lost, 136.
  Kelly (Lewis) on Norris's Antidote, 359.
  Kelly (Wm.) on General Monk and Cambridge University, 535.
  Kelway family, 529. 608.
  Ken (Bishop), queries respecting, 380. 526.
  ---- work attributed to him, 597.
  Kenneth (F.) on Leamhuil, 108.
  Kentish fire, origin of the term, 155.
  ---- local names, Dray, 26.
  Kersley (T. H.) on lawyers' bags, 557.
  ---- "Time and I," 558.
  ---- whipping-post, 188.
  Kettilby (Dr. Samuel) noticed, 431.
  K. (F.) on Frescheville family, 261.
  ---- Hoyles family, 237.
  K. (H. C.) on feelings of age, 561.
  ---- Blanco White's sonnet, 486.
  ---- cement for glass baths, 557.
  ---- Christian names, 488.
  ---- claret, its meaning, 630.
  ---- Coke, its pronunciation, 586.
  ---- cremonas, 501.
  ---- epitaph "Quod fuit esse," 342.
  ---- grafts and the parent tree, 436.
  ---- lady high sheriff, 321.
  ---- meaning of "folowed," 501.
  ---- Melinglerii--Berefellarii, 264.
  ---- parvise, 624.
  ---- passage in St. James, 623.
  ---- photography and the microscope, 556.
  ---- Setantiorum Portus, 505.
  ---- SS. collar, 584.
  Khond fable, 452. 584.
  King (Abp.), monumental engraving, 430.
  King (Lord) and Sclater, 487.
  King (Philip S.) on Eustache de Saint Pierre, 10.
  ---- ink, its inventor, 285.
  King (Richard John) on Scotchmen in Poland, 600.
  King (Wm. W.) on Continental brasses, 501.
  King's evil, touching for, 353.
  Kirkwallensis on ancient tombstone, 130.
  ---- daugh, its meaning, 128.
  ---- Dr. Johnson, 203.
  ---- Lord Reay's country, 178.
  ---- Norwegian antiquities, 618.
  ---- Orkneys in pawn, 105.
  ---- patronymic Mac, 202.
  ---- Scottish clergy in the seventeenth century, 153.
  Kissing hands at court, 595.
  K. (J.) on bankruptcy records, 478.
  ---- burial service said by heart, 13.
  ---- Countess of Pembroke's letter, 154.
  ---- Franklyn Household book, 550.
  ---- Irish convocation, 583.
  ---- Lepel's regiment, 501.
  ---- New England Genealogical Society, 431.
  ---- overseers of wills, 501.
  K. (J. C.) on Dutch East India Company, 160.
  K. (K.) on Rigby correspondence, 203.
  Klemming (G. E.) on Königl. Schwedischer in Teutschland geführter Krieg,
      156.
  ---- St. Bridget's Office, 157.
  Knight (J.) on portrait painters, 180.
  "Kola's mild blue eye," its meaning, 108.
  Königl. Schwedischer in Teutschland geführter Krieg, 156.
  K. (T.) on the meaning of assassin, 270.
  ---- nugget, its etymology, 143.
  ---- venda, its meaning, 270.

          L.

  L. on Bacon's Advancement of Learning, 493.
  ---- coninger or coningry, 241.
  ---- Lord Clarendon and the tub-woman, 211.
  ---- nursery rhymes, 455.
  ---- Ovid's Fasti, passage in, 156.
  ---- pearl, its etymology, 18. 166.
  L. (A.) on child-mother, 526.
  La Bruyère (Jean de), his family, 38. 114. 192.
  Lad and lass, their derivation, 256.
  Lady-day in harvest, 191.
  Laicus on prayer for George III., 109.
  Lamb (Charles), lines quoted by him, 286. 438.
  Lambarde (Wm.) noticed, 208.
  Lambert (Major-General), his lady, 237. 269. 364. 459.
  Lamech killing Cain, 305. 362. 432. 489.
  Lammens (John) on claret, 511.
  Lammin (W. H.) on Rev. Wm. Harris, 572.
  Lancastriensis on Edmund Spenser, 410.
  ---- the Whippiad, 457.
  Landlords in Lonsdale, 330.
  Larking (Lambert B.) on note for London topographers, 34.
  Latimer's brothers-in-law, 477.
  Latin--Latiner, 423. 622.
  Lavall (Baptist Vincent) noticed, 130.
  Lavant, origin of the term, 269. 335.
  Lavater's Diary of a Self-Observer, 456.
  Lawrence (Thomas) on the albumen process, 116.
  ---- argot and slang, 331.
  ---- axe that beheaded Anne Boleyn, 417.
  ---- curtseys and bows, 319.
  ---- form of prayer for prisoners, 410.
  ---- goose-footed queen, 332.
  ---- nicknames, 143.
  ---- plum-pudding receipt, 318.
  ---- revolutionary calendar, 143.
  ---- skull-caps _versus_ skull-cups, 112.
  ---- wandering Jew, 511.
  Lawson (John) and his mathematical MSS., 526.
  Lawyers' bags, their colour, 85. 144. 557.
  "Lay" and "lie," anecdote of, 222.
  L. (B.) on Derby municipal seal, 357.
  L. (D. C.) on Erasmus Smith, 108.
  Leachman (J.) on Sisson's developing fluid, 534.
  Leader, its etymology, 43.
  Leamhuil abbey, 108.
  Leapor's Unhappy Father, its scene, 382.
  "Le Balafré," ascribed to Henry, duke of Guise, 201.
  Lechmere (Baron), his portrait, 39.
  Left hand, its etymology, 306.
  Legend of change, 8.
  Legends, coincident, 591.
  Legitimation, 17.
  Leicestriensis on exercist day, 205.
  ---- Gen. Monk and Cambridge University, 427.
  ---- Searson's Poems, 131.
  ---- Whipping Toms at Leicester, 235.
  Leigh peerage and Stoneley estates, 619.
  Leighton (Abp.) and Pope, 475.
  Lenthall (F. K.) on Mr. Justice Newton, 528.
  Leonora on astronomical query, 84.
  L. (E. P.) on Robert Johnson, 429.
  Lepel's regiment, 501.
  "Les Veus du Hairon," a romance, 40.
  "Letter to a Convocation Man," 358. 415. 502.
  Ley (C.) on miniature ring of Charles I., 184.
  L. (F. M.) on the albumen process, 217.
  L. (G. R.) on Thomas Ceeley, 207.
  ---- cobb, its derivation, 234.
  Library of the Corporation of London, 120.
  Lieutenant, its pronunciation, 257.
  Lightfoot (Anna) noticed, 595.
  Lindis, its meaning, 83.
  Lindsay (Sir David), his Viridarium, 231.
  Lisle family noticed, 236. 269. 365.
  Lister family, 357.
  Literary frauds in modern times, 86. 139.
  Litten or Litton, its meaning, 383.
  L. (J.) on privileges of Campvere, 440.
  ---- meaning of Lindis, 83.
  ---- Old Fogie, 559.
  L. (J. H.) on burial of unclaimed corpse, 340.
  L. (L.) on Denmark and slavery, 286.
  Llandudno on the Great Orme's Head, 189.
  Llangefelach tower, legend of, 545.
  L. (L. B.) on De Thurnham family, 364.
  ---- Dover castle, its ancient stores, 254.
  ---- Lady Nevell's music-book, 59.
  L. (L. L.) on Grindstone oak, 478.
  ---- newspapers, 133.
  ---- tortoiseshell Tom cat, 271.
  L. (M.) on nuns of the Hotel Dieu, 477.
  L. (M--a) on Francis I., 83.
  ---- geological query, 261.
  ---- passage in Wordsworth, 85.
  L. (N. C.) on Shaw's Staffordshire MSS., 13.
  Loak hen, its meaning, 13.
  Localities in Anglo-Saxon charters, 473.
  Locke, quotation in, 23.
  ---- writings, were they ever burnt? 13.
  Lode, a river, 464.
  Loggerheads, 192. 364.
  London, lines on, 258.
  ---- plan of its present extent, 382 583.
  ---- queries, 108. 223.
  ---- topographers, a note for, 34.
  Longevity, aged 116, 358. 504. 607.
  Longhi's portraits of Guidiccioni, 408.
  Lowbell, its derivation, 181. 272. 367. 393. 586.
  Lower (Mark Antony) on Allen as a surname, 340.
  ---- Mac, as a patronymic, 341.
  L. (R.) on Norman song, 134.
  L. (T. H.) on wood of the cross, 488.
  Luneburg table, 355.
  Luther's portrait, 498.
  L. (W. H.) on popular sayings, 633.
  ---- Welborne family, 630.
  L. (W. N.) on Collier's Notes and Emendations, 377.
  L. (Y.) on Sir Josias Bodley, 357.
  "Lying by the walls," origin of the phrase, 332.
  Lyon (Lord) King-at-arms, 208.
  Lyte (F. Maxwell) on developing chamber, 315.
  ---- improvements in positives, 533.
  ---- Sir W. Newton's process, 163.
  ---- Taylor's iodizing process, 364.
  Lyte's Light of Brittaine, 570.

          M.

  M. on burn at Croydon, 626.
  ---- erroneous forms of speech, 632.
  ---- rap and rend for, 284.
  ---- rathe, 634.
  ---- weather rules, 627.
  [mu]. on Key to Dibdin's Bibliomania, 338.
  Mabley (W. T.) on collodion pictures, 267.
  Mac, the patronymic, 202. 341.
  M. (A. C.) on broad arrow, 360.
  ---- Canada, &c., 601.
  ---- creole, its derivation, 535.
  ---- pearl, its etymology, 342.
  ---- shob, a Kentish word, 65.
  Macaulay's Young Levite, 191.
  Mac Cabe (W. B.) on old shoes thrown for luck, 288.
  MacCulloch (Edgar) on Major-General Lambert, 459.
  Mackenzie (K. R. H.) on lost manuscripts, 456.
  Mackey (Mary), her Poems, 109.
  Macpherson's Ossian, its source, 201.
  Macrocosm, a work on the, 402.
  Madagascar poetry, 285.
  Madden (Sir F.) on autograph of Edward of Lancaster, 33.
  Magee (Abp.) and Lord Holland, 455.
  Magistrates wearing hats in court, 357.
  Magnetic intensity, 71.
  Magnum of port, 528.
  Maids' petition, 594.
  Maitland (Dr. S. R.) on consecrators of English bishops, 220.
  ---- Psalmanazar, 479.
  Malta, the burial-place of Hannibal, 81.
  Mangel wurzel, how pronounced, 329. 463.
  Mantelkinder, 17.
  Manuscripts, difference in value, 9.
  ----, search for, 354. 456.
  M. (A. R.) on descendants of Dr. Bill, 286.
  Maria on forms of judicial oaths, 333.
  ---- meaning of mufti, 529.
  Mariconda on bibliography, 597.
  Marigmerii or Melinglerii, 207. 264.
  Markby (Thomas) on Bacon's Advancement, 554.
  Markland (J. H.) on Bishop Butler, 572.
  Marlborough, its opposition to county magistracy, 63.
  Marlowe's Lust's Dominion, 253.
  Marriage, the Scotch law of, 191. 243.
  Marriages, curious, 525.
  Marriages en chemise, 17. 84.
  Marsden (Rev. Joshua) noticed, 181. 318.
  Marshall (Dr. Thomas) noticed, 83. 297.
  Martin drunk, a ballad, 19. 190.
  Martin (F. O.) on gloves at fairs, 560.
  ---- overseers of wills, 586.
  ---- Vincent family, 586.
  Martin (John) on Mrs. Cobb's Diary, 477.
  Marvell (Andrew), was he poisoned? 476.
  Mary, daughter of James I. of Scotland, 260.
  Mary, Queen of Scots, her chair, 197.
  ---- defended by Earl of Buchan, 237.
  ---- gold cross, 95.
  Master family in Kent, 85.
  Master (G. S.) on epitaph at Llangollen, 287.
  ---- inscriptions in books, 337.
  ---- inscriptions in parochial registers, 257.
  ---- Master family, 85.
  ---- sign of the "Two Chances," 132.
  Mathias' (St.) day in leap year, 58. 115.
  Maudlin, its derivation, 50.
  M. (C. R.) on chaplain to Princess Elizabeth, 108.
  ---- font inscriptions, 482.
  ---- John Pictones, 133.
  M.D. (an) on the earldom of Oxford, 153.
  Meals, or malls, its meaning, 208. 298.
  Medal, a satirical one, 238.
  Mediæval or Middle Ages, 306.
  Megatherium Americanum, 590.
  Meigham, the London printer, 500.
  Merk lands and ures, 618.
  Merritt (L.) on difficulties in photography, 363.
  Meteoric stone of the Thracian Chersonesus, 105.
  Methusalem, anecdote of, 134.
  Metrical psalms and hymns, 460.
  M. (F.) on collodion negative, 604.
  M. (F.), _a Maltese_, on mediæval parchment, 155.
  M. (F. M.) on inscriptions in books, 221.
  M. (G. R.) on Ecclesia Anglicana, 12. 535.
  Middleton (F. M.) on taking paint off old oak, 620.
  Midgley (Richard) noticed, 380. 438.
  Miland (John) on novel-writers, 14.
  Miles (J. A.) on test for lenses, 533.
  Miller (Dr. Geo.) his Donnelan lectures, 527.
  Milton and Sir Henry Wotton, 7. 111. 140.
  Milton in prose, by Madame Dubocage, 27.
  Milton's widow, her family, 596.
  Mint, Southwark, 303.
  Mistletoe, 119. 167. 269.
  ---- in Ireland, 512.
  M. (J.) on Chaucer's knowledge of Italian 584.
  ---- Clifton of Normanton, 354.
  ---- English Comedians in Germany, 503.
  ---- Fabricius, Bibliotheca, 379.
  ---- Heuristisch, 417.
  ---- Mémoires d'un Homme d'Etat, 193.
  ---- Prospero, the island of, 524.
  ---- reprints desirable, 153.
  ---- Shakspeare's Richard III., 202.
  ---- The Whippiad, 417.
  M. (J. C.) on witchcraft in 1638, 327.
  M. (J. F.) on hurrah! 633.
  M. (J. H.) on Ferdinand Mendez Pinto, 631.
  ---- Gibbon's library, 407.
  ---- Jacobite toasts, 220.
  ---- passage in Coleridge, 393.
  ---- passage in Thomson, 248.
  M. (J. R.) on Banbury zeal, 310.
  M. (J. W.) on subterranean bells, 328.
  ---- Lamech killing Cain, 305.
  M. (L. A.) on carpets at Rome, 455.
  ---- "Jack and Gill," &c., 572,
  ---- vanes, 534.
  M. (M. F.) on photographic tent, 462.
  Mn. (J.) on epitaphs, 105.
  ---- hexameters from Udimore register, 202.
  ---- Jenny's bawbee, 207.
  Modstena, monument at, 26. 72.
  Molasses, its etymology, 36.
  Monastic kitchener's account, 60.
  Monboddo (Lord) noticed, 281.
  Monk (Gen.) and Cambridge University, 427. 486. 535.
  Monson (Lord) on Corbet peerage, 283.
  Monte (Agricola de) on Nostradamus on the gold diggings, 105.
  Moon divination, 177.
  Moore (Thomas), his first! 565.
  Mordaunt family, genealogies of, 50.
  More (Sir Thomas), queries respecting, 85.
  Morgan (Octavius) on goldsmiths' year-marks, 118.
  Mormon etymologies, 153.
  ---- publications, 548.
  Morton (Countess of), the witch, 260.
  Mothers, early Christian, 548.
  Mowbray and Curle, their monument, 263.
  M. P. temp. Edward III., 528.
  M. (S. R.) on Westminster Assembly, 368.
  Muffs worn by gentlemen, 320. 392.
  Mufti, its derivation, 529.
  Muhammed on meaning of assassin, 181.
  ---- cossack, 430.
  Mummies in Germany, 194.
  ---- of ecclesiastics, 308.
  Munford (George) on Locke's writings, 13.
  ---- Pambotanologia, 27.
  Munoki (St.), festival, 62.
  Munro (John) noticed, 179.
  Murdoch (J. B.) on Hone's History of Parody, 154.
  Murner's visit to England, 357.
  Murray, titular Bishop of Dunbar, 192.
  M. (V.) on family of Milton's widow, 596.
  M. (W.) on lady high sheriff, 236.
  M. (W. H.) on a Scottish brocard, 488.
  M. (W. T.) on Campbell's imitations, 481.
  ---- Hibernicis Hibernior, 260.
  ---- Macaulay's Young Levite, 191.
  ---- praise from Sir Hubert Stanley, 158.
  ---- "Perhaps it was right to dissemble your love," 192.
  ---- Shakspeare's word "delighted," 344.
  ---- "will" and "shall," 356.
  M. (Y. S.) on Sir George Carr, 408.
  ---- Cromwell's seal, 427.
  ---- Dean Boyle, 431.
  ---- Lord Cliff, 455.
  ---- Mistletoe, 441.
  ---- Westminster parishes, 454.
  Mythe _versus_ myth, 326. 375.

          N.

  N. (A.) on Mons. Consort, 381.
  ---- Geneva lake, 406.
  Napoleon a poet, 301.
  ---- origin of the name, 129.
  Napoleon III., emperor, 145.
  Natural philosophy, curious fact in, 206. 295. 367.
  Navorscher, queries from, 595.
  N. (D.) on uniforms of foot-guards, 595.
  Neal's manuscripts, 430.
  Nelson (Lord), his death, 52. 321.
  ---- his rings, 305.
  ---- and Wellington, 330.
  Nevell (Lady), contents of her music-book, 59. 187. 514.
  Newbury on Sir G. Browne, Bart, 528.
  Newspapers, notes on, 232.
  ---- the oldest, 133.
  Newton (Mr. Justice) noticed, 528. 600.
  Newton (Sir Isaac), his tooth sold, 207.
  Newton (W. J.) on Sir W. Newton's process, 140. 187. 245. 338.
  Newx, its derivation, 571.
  N. (H. Y. W.) on India rubber, 71.
  Niagara, definition of, 50. 137.
  Nichols (P.) on Nelson rings, 305.
  Nichols (W. L.) on Bishop Burnet, 59.
  ---- Chapel Plaster, 145.
  ---- Cibber's Lives of the Poets, 113.
  ---- Lavant at Chichester, 335.
  ---- Lord Monboddo, 281.
  Nicknames, their origin, 143.
  Nightingale, poetical epithets of, 397.
  Nixon, a painter, 207.
  N. (J. M.) on the meaning of meals, 298.
  N. (K.) on Garrick's funeral epigram, 619.
  ---- St. Nicholas' Church, Brighton, 150.
  N. (N.) on inscriptions in books, 438.
  Noake (J.) on sounding name, 37.
  North (Lord), his legitimacy, 207. 317.
  Northern Castle, a play, 382.
  Northumberland House, the lion of, 548.
  Norwegian antiquities, 618.
  Norwich bishops, a list, 358.
  Nose of wax, explained, 158. 439.
  No Skater on skating problem, 369.
  Nostradamus on the gold diggings, 105.
  Nota on uncertain etymologies, 43.
  Nottingham petitions, 175.
  Novels, their originator, and list of, 14.
  N. (R. S.) on lowbell, 393.
  ---- nugget, 393.
  N. (S. K.) on note from Seville Cathedral, 258.
  N. (T. W.) on drills presaging death, 522.
  ---- newx, its derivation, 571.
  Nugée (Geo.) on Country Parson's Advice, 550.
  Nugget, its meaning, 143. 272. 366. 393.
  Nuneham Regis, discovery at, 23. 507.
  Nuns of the Hotel Dieu, 477.
  Nunting table, its meaning, 133.
  Nursery rhymes, 455.
  ---- tale, 8.
  N. (V. D.) on Lord Goring, 317.
  N. (W. L.) on capital punishment, 321.
  ---- etymological traces of our ancestors, 343.
  ---- passage in Wordsworth, 191.
  ---- Tennyson query, 321.

          O.

  [Omega]. on quotations wanted, 345.
  Oak at Shelton, 193. 297.
  Oaken tombs, 528. 607.
  Oaths, forms of judicial, 453. 532.
  Observer on landlords in Lonsdale, 330.
  ---- Lord North, 207.
  Odd mistakes, 404. 632.
  Oedipus on Dr. Parr's combination of vowels, 296.
  O. (J.) on bookselling in Calcutta, 199.
  ---- books of emblems, 530.
  ---- Canongate marriages, 67.
  ---- Faithful Teate, 624.
  ---- Hanover Rat, 481.
  ---- Howell's Letters, 536.
  ---- Lord Coke's Speech and Charge, 376.
  ---- nugget, its etymology, 272.
  ---- Old Satchels, 209.
  ---- Penardo and Laissa, 161.
  ---- Shakspearian book, 474.
  ---- Somersetshire ballad, 364.
  ---- sweet singers, 361.
  O. (J. P.) on Lady-day in harvest, 191.
  ---- mistletoe, 167.
  ---- skull-caps _versus_ skull-cups, 112.
  Oldham (Hugh), Bishop of Exeter, his pedigree, 14. 164. 189. 271.
  Oliver St. John, 520.
  Ol. Mem. Ju. on Dodo in Ceylon, 365.
  Olney, its meaning, 235.
  O. (O. O.) on Catherine Barton, 144.
  ---- York mint, 133.
  Optical phenomenon, 155.
  ---- query, 430. 560.
  Oratories, places of worship, 261.
  Ord (J. P.) on General Monk, 486.
  Orielensis on burrow, 321.
  Orkneys in pawn, 105. 183. 412.
  Ormon (John) on passage in Orosius, 606.
  Ornament, an old silver armorial, 96.
  Orosius, on a passage in, 399. 536. 606.
  Orte's Maps, edition of 1570, 109.
  Orthography, English, its changes, 10.
  O. (T. B.) on Indian chess problem, 193.
  Other-some, its early use, 571. 631.
  [Greek: Ouden] on names of plants--spade, 132.
  Outlawe (Roger) noticed, 332. 385. 559.
  Overseers of wills, their duties, 500. 586.
  "Over the left," origin of, 525.
  Ovid, on a passage in Fasti, 156.
  Oxford B. C. L. on Chaucer's prophetic view, 357.
  ---- clergymen's scarfs, 337.
  ---- Irish bishops as English suffragans, 569.
  Oxford earldom, 153.
  Oxfordshire legend on stone, 58.
  Oxoniensis on new moon divination, 177.
  ---- parvise, 528.
  ---- wedding divination, 545.

          P.

  P. (A.) on plan of London, 583.
  P. (A. A.) on developing collodion process, 604.
  Pack (Gen. Sir Dennis) noticed, 453.
  Paint, how taken off old oak, 620.
  Painters of the Flemish and Dutch schools, 65. 166.
  Pak-Rae on Wray family, 52.
  Palindromical lines, 178. 366. 417.
  Palissy and Cardinal Wiseman, 499.
  Pallant, at Chichester, 206. 269. 335.
  Pambotanologia described, 27.
  Pancake bell, 232.
  Papers preserved from damp, 126.
  Parallel passages, 151. 341. 513.
  Parchment, mediæval, 155. 317.
  Pardon, the General, a tract, 15.
  Parishes, names first given to, 536.
  Parish kettle, 129.
  ---- registers, right of search, 598.
  Parker Society monogram, 502.
  Parliamentary chaplains, their sermons, 34. 343.
  Parochial libraries, 193. 369. 392. 438. 463. 507. 558. 605.
  ---- registers, inscriptions in, 257.
  Parr's (Dr.) dedications, 156. 296.
  Parthenon described by Ciriaco, 306.
  Party, its modern use, 177. 247. 367.
  Parvise, its meaning, 528. 624.
  Parvus Homo on magistrates wearing hats in court, 357.
  Pascal, a saying of, 596.
  Passion, mediæval emblems of, 199.
  Pater on early Christian mothers, 548.
  Patrick (Bp.), his Parable of a Pilgrim, 156.
  Paul (St.) his Epistles to Seneca, 500. 583.
  P. (C. H.) on the word Jack, 622.
  P. (C-- J. T.) on scarf worn by clergymen, 108.
  ---- sun's rays putting out fires, 345.
  ---- weather proverb, 200.
  P. (C. K.) on table moving, 596.
  P. (D.) on dimidiation in impalements, 629.
  ---- family of Kelway, 608.
  ---- parvise, 624.
  P. (D. W. S.) on Robert Wauchope, 552.
  Peacock (Edw.) on the cross in Mexico, 548.
  Peacock (Edw., Jun.) on Scotter register, 525.
  ---- witchcraft sermons at Huntingdon, 381.
  Pearl, its etymology, 18. 166. 342.
  Peat, deodorising, 220.
  Pele (Robert), Abbot of Furness, 156.
  Pembroke (Countess of), her letter to Sir J. Wilkinson, 154.
  Pennecuik (Alex.), his lost MS., 134.
  Pensioners, gentlemen, 63.
  Pepys's Diary: battle of St. Gothard, 129.
  ---- Morena, 118. 508.
  Percuriosus on Jennings family, 95.
  Percy Anecdotes, their authorship, 134. 214.
  Peter (St.), his statue at Rome, 96. 143. 210.
  Petition formula, ellipsis in, 596.
  Pettigrew (T. J.) on satirical playing-cards, 405.
  Pews in churches, their construction, 262.
  P. (G. H.) on collodion process, 185.
  [Phi]. on cross and pile, 487. 631.
  ---- portrait of Duke of Gloucester, 338.
  ---- princes' whipping-boys, 268.
  ---- wet season in 1348, 63.
  [Phi]. (2) on stereoscopic queries, 505.
  [Phi]. ([Omega].) on clergy employed in lay-offices, 50.
  Phillips family, 619.
  Phillips (J.) on Hogarth's portraits, 478.
  Philobiblion on anagrams, 452.
  ---- inscriptions in books, 337.
  ---- Irish characters on the stage, 356. 596.
  ---- Waterloo, an ancient battle-ground, 82.
  Philophotog. on black tints, 116.
  Photo on collodion portraits, 388.
  Phonography, Hart's work on, 26.
  PHOTOGRAPHY, albumen process, 116. 217.
  ---- amber varnish, 562.
  ---- animal charcoal in photography, 245.
  ---- antiquarian photographic club, 273. 462.
  ---- Archer (Mr.), his services to photography, 218.
  ---- black tints of French photographers, 116. 315.
  ---- calotype negatives, 437.
  ---- camera for out-door operations, 49. 116. 163. 266. 462.
  ---- catalogues of books, 507.
  ---- collodion pictures, 485. 533. 582.
  ---- collodion process, 92. 116. 162. 163. 185. 266. 267. 363. 388. 414.
      484. 562.
  ---- DelaMotte and Cundall's Photographic Institution, 442.
  ---- developing chamber, 315.
  ---- developing fluid, 462.
  ---- Diamond (Dr.), his services to photography acknowledged, 93.
  ---- difficulties in photography, 245.
  ---- glass baths, 437. 557.
  ---- gun cotton, 314.
  ---- gutta percha baths, 415.
  ---- head-rests, 338.
  ---- hydrosulphite of soda, 74.
  ---- India-rubber substituted for yellow glass, 71.
  ---- iodized paper, 48. 92. 140, 141. 187. 293.
  ---- iodizing difficulty, 605.
  ---- Le Gray and the collodion process, 47. 389.
  ---- lens, test for, 485. 533. 555. 582.
  ---- Lyte's mode of printing, 557.
  ---- microscopic pictures, 507. 556.
  ---- Newton's process, 140. 163. 187. 219. 245. 294. 338.
  ---- Pollock's directions for obtaining positives, 581.
  ---- portraits of criminals, 506.
  ---- positives, 533. 581.
  ---- processes upon paper, 20. 71.
  ---- pyrogallic acid, 70. 117. 266.
  ---- sealing-wax for baths, 314.
  ---- sensitive paper, 48.
  ---- Sisson's new developing fluid, 534.
  ---- soiling of the fingers, 162.
  ---- Society, 120.
  ---- Society of Arts, their exhibition, 22.
  ---- solutions, 48. 265. 363.
  ---- stereoscopic pictures, 48. 70. 505. 557.
  ---- sulphuric acid, 265.
  ---- talc for collodion pictures, 338.
  ---- Taylor's iodizing process, 187. 217, 218. 244. 364.
  ---- tent, 462. 485. 534.
  ---- wax-paper process, 71. 93. 218.
  ---- Wilkinson's mode of levelling cameras, 604.
  Pic-nic, its etymology, 23. 240. 387. 585.
  Pictones (John), tutor to Queen Elizabeth, 133.
  Pictor on Herbé's Costumes Français, 182.
  Picts' houses and argils, 430.
  Pierrepont (John) noticed, 65. 606.
  Pilgrimages to the Holy Land, 341. 415.
  Pim (Jonathan) on marriage ring, 332.
  Pinkerton (W.) on French sizain, 174.
  ---- painter--Derrick, 507.
  ---- Robert Drury, 485.
  ---- serpent's tongue, 316.
  ---- throwing old shoes for luck, 288.
  ---- unlucky days, 232.
  Pinto (Ferdinand Mendez), a liar of the first magnitude, 551.
  Pitt of Pimperne, his works, 135.
  P. (J.) on grafts and the parent tree, 261.
  ---- lion at Northumberland House, 548.
  ---- phrase "Coming home to men's business," 235.
  ---- quotation from Shakspeare, 209.
  ---- suicide at Marseilles, 316.
  P. (J.) jun. on emaciated figures, 439.
  ---- font inscriptions, 625.
  P. (J. R.) on historical proverb, 156.
  Planets, origin of their names, 132.
  Plants, discovery of, 84. 211.
  ----, names of wild, 233. 441.
  Plaster, Chapel, 37.
  Play-bills, when introduced, 234.
  Plough, the town, 129. 339.
  Plum-pudding at Paignton fair, 66.
  ---- receipt for making, 319.
  P. (M. T.) on Holles family, 132.
  P. (O.) on inscriptions in books, 337.
  Poem, an early satirical, 568.
  Poems, inedited, 424.
  Poisons used for bouquets, &c., 262.
  Polka, its antiquity, 152.
  Pollock (H.) on positive photographs, 581.
  Pope (Alex.) and the Marquis Maffei, 64.
  ---- his corrections from the Dunces, 541.
  ---- and Buchanan, 570.
  ---- inedited poem by, 57. 113.
  Popham (Lord Chief Justice) noticed, 259. 305.
  Pork-pisee, its meaning, 96.
  Port (Justice) noticed, 572.
  Portrait, a clerical one, 407.
  Portrait painters at Bath and Derby, 180. 294. 319. 393.
  Portraits at Brickwall House, 406.
  ----, national, a catalogue suggested, 258.
  Postage stamps, perspective view of twelve, 35.
  Posts of conveyance, notices of, 3.
  Potguns, 190. 319.
  Powell (Sir John), 262. 359.
  P. (P.) on picture of our Lord's trial, 235.
  ---- subterranean bells, 200.
  P. (R.) on "lying by the walls," 332.
  ---- Welsh legend of the redbreast, 328.
  Pratt (Dean) noticed, 408.
  Prayer-book, editions prior to 1662, 18. 91. 321.
  Prester John, 502.
  Prestoniensis on Chapel Sunday, 527.
  ---- Segantiorum Portus, 180.
  Price (R.) on drawing an inference, 303.
  Prigging tooth, or pugging tooth, 257.
  Primrosen in East Anglia, 201.
  Princes' whipping-boys, 268.
  Printers' grammars, 597.
  Prisoners, form of prayer for, 410. 483.
  P. (R. L.) on order of St. John of Jerusalem, 407.
  Proclamation of Henry VIII. against religious books, 421.
  ----, their value as historical evidences, 3.
  Proctor (Wm.) on brasses since 1688, 272.
  ---- collar of SS., 297.
  Prospero, the island of, 524.
  Proverbs:--As poor as Job's turkey, 180.
  ---- Catching a Tartar, 73.
  ---- God tempers the wind, 193.
  ---- Nine tailors make a man, 165. 557.
  ---- Qui facit per alium, facit per se, 382. 488. 629.
  ---- To lie at the catch, 132,
  ---- To talk like a Dutch uncle, 65.
  ---- Very like a whale, 86.
  ---- Weather, 200.
  ---- When our Lord falls in our Lady's lap, 157.
  ---- Winter thunder and summer flood, 81.
  ---- You change Norman for a worse horse, 156.
  Psalmanazar, his history, 206. 305. 435. 479. 551.
  P. (S. R.) on raven superstition, 496.
  ---- Valentines in America, 281.
  Pt. (A.) on Roman Catholic registers, 500.
  Pumphrey (Wm.) on stereoscopic pictures, 48.
  Purlieu, its etymology, 477. 633.
  Pursglove, suffragan bishop of Hull, 65. 135.
  P. (W.) on the "Boy of Heaven," 429.
  ---- Johnsoniana, 328.
  ---- key to Dibdin's Bibliomania, 151.
  ---- Spenser's birth-place, 303.
  ---- talc for collodion pictures, 338.
  P. (W. H.) on heraldic queries, 203.
  P. (W. M.) on passage in Thomson, 67.
  Pylades and Corinna, 305. 551.

          Q.

  Q. (F. S.) on Shakspeare's Twelfth Night, 167.
  Q. (Q.) on Diary of Thomas Earl, 206.
  ---- etymology of jockey, 456.
  Quærens on arms in painted glass, 132.
  Quæro on Govett family, 85.
  Querist on family of Abrahall, 357.
  Quoits or quaits, 232.
  QUOTATIONS: remarks on, 165.
  ---- A Diasii Salve, 571. 630.
  ---- Amentium haud Amantium, 595.
  ---- A world without a sun, 40.
  ---- As flies to wanton boys, 209.
  ---- Bis dat, qui cito dat, 594.
  ---- By prudence guided, 85.
  ---- Dimidium scientiæ, prudens quæstio, 180. 270.
  ---- Elementa sex me proferent, 572. 630.
  ---- For God will be your king to-day, 67. 118.
  ---- God and the world we worship, 134. 297. 369.
  ---- Haud cum Jesu itis, 295.
  ---- Her face was like the milky way, 305. 390.
  ---- I hear a lion in the lobby roar, 205. 318.
  ---- Inter cuncta micans, 510.
  ---- I saw a man, 571.
  ---- It requireth great cunning, &c., 40. 117. 345.
  ---- Judæus odor, 207. 295.
  ---- Life is like a game of tables, 40. 120.
  ---- Mala malæ malo mala pertulit omnia in orbem, 180.
  ---- Ma Ninette a quatorze ans, 84.
  ---- Mater ait natæ, &c., 155. 247.
  ---- Motto of Hyperion, 571.
  ---- My mind to me a kingdom is, 511.
  ---- Navita Erythræum pavidus, &c., 382. 513.
  ---- Ne'er to these chambers, 14. 72.
  ---- Perhaps it was right to dissemble your love, 192.
  ---- Plurima, pauca, nihil, 96. 167.
  ---- Populus vult decipi, 572. 621.
  ---- Quem Deus vult perdere, 618.
  ---- Roma amor è retro perlecto nomine, 180.
  ---- Seductor Sueco, 595.
  ---- See where the startled wild fowl, 67.
  ---- Sic transit gloria mundi, 164.
  ---- Solid men of Boston, 134. 222.
  ---- Then comes the reckoning, 189.
  ---- Three poets in three distant ages born, 209.
  ---- Whene'er I ask'd for blessings, 66.
  ---- Words given to man to conceal his thoughts, 164. 248.
  ---- World without end, 26. 117.
  Q. (W.) on Jock of Arden, 430.

          R.

  R. on "Goe, soule, the bodies guest," 343.
  ---- tide tables, 156.
  R. (A.) on the meaning of tuck, 187.
  R. (A. B.), _Banbury_, on Traitors' Ford, 489.
  R. (A. B.) on the Coenaculum of Lionardo da Vinci, 624.
  ---- Coleridge's works, 293.
  ---- door-head inscriptions, 23.
  ---- Ellis Walker, 382.
  ---- Gesmas et Desmas, 238.
  ---- Irish rhymes, &c., 483.
  ---- Lady Anne Gray, 607.
  ---- Letters on Prejudice, 143.
  ---- "Quod fuit esse," 235.
  ---- Tom Moore's first! 565.
  R. (A. C.) on Sir John Powell, 262.
  Raffaelle's Sposalizio, 595.
  Railway literature curiosities, 427.
  ---- signals, 380.
  Rainfall in 1852, 130.
  "Raising the wind" explained, 27.
  Raleigh's History, fate of Vol. II., 287.
  "Rap and rend for," meaning of the phrase, 284.
  Rather, its old meaning, 282. 392. 512. 634.
  Raven superstition, 496.
  Ravenshaw and his works, 286.
  Rawlinson (Robert) on rainfall in 1852, 130.
  R. (C.) on custom on April the first, 528.
  R. (C. I.) on consecrated rings, 271.
  ---- fuss, its etymology, 366.
  ---- negative to the demand of the Merton clergy, 272.
  ---- Richardson or Murphy, 298.
  ---- Swedish words used in England, 366.
  R. (C. T.) on imprecatory epitaphs, 464.
  Reaping machines, 456.
  Reay, "Lord Reay's country," 178.
  Rebellion of '45, a letter on, 519.
  "Rebellious Prayer," 286.
  Recnac on passage in Bacon, 305.
  Red hair a reproach, 616.
  Red Sea, drying up of, 206.
  Reed (Charles) on Haulf-naked manor, 432.
  ---- Wednesday Club, 261.
  Reformer's elm, 620.
  R. (E. G.) on burn at Croydon, 393.
  ---- burial of unclaimed corpse, 262.
  ---- Dover Castle, 345.
  ---- drills presaging death, 353.
  ---- erroneous forms of speech, 329.
  ---- game of whetstone, 208.
  ---- gloves at fairs, 455. 633.
  ---- gotch, its etymology, 367.
  ---- Hibernis ipsis Hiberniores, 366.
  ---- meals, its meaning, 208.
  ---- other-some and unneath, 631.
  ---- parochial libraries, 438.
  ---- potguns, 319.
  ---- primrosen, 201.
  ---- shoes thrown for luck, 288.
  ---- subterranean bells, 200.
  Regatta, the first in England, 529.
  Regedonum on open pews, 262.
  Regiments, names and numbers of British, 155. 241.
  Reginensis on Grub Street Journal, 108.
  Registers of Romanists in Berks and Oxon, 500.
  Regnac on Vol. ii. of Raleigh's History, 287.
  Relton (F. B.) on epitaph in Chesham churchyard, 63.
  ---- font inscriptions, 625.
  Reprints suggested, 153. 203.
  Revolutionary calendar, 143.
  Reynard the Fox, the earliest edition, 262.
  R. (F. R.) on Richard Midgley, 380.
  ---- Thomas Watson, 365.
  R. (G.) on Gospel place, 133.
  R. (H. C.) on enough, 604.
  ---- Göthe's Reply to Nicolai, 19.
  Rhymes in Dryden, 180.
  ---- upon places, 24. 143. 165. 427. 452. 537.
  Ribston pippin, 436. 486. 536.
  Richardson or Murphy, a portrait? 107. 298.
  Riddle circa Henry VIII., 282.
  Riddles, an Oedipus wanted, 85.
  Riddles for the Post-office, 258.
  Rigby correspondence, 203. 264. 349.
  Riley (H. T.) on Bohn's edition of Hoveden, 579.
  ---- Old Booty's case, 634.
  Rimbault (Dr. E. F.) on Arundelian marbles, 27.
  ---- Bentivoglio's Description of England, 155.
  ---- Cibber's Lives of the Poets, 341.
  ---- Gregorian tones, 136.
  ---- Jacob Bobart, &c., 578.
  ---- Jenny's bawbee, 345.
  ---- Judge Jeffreys, 45.
  ---- Lady Nevell's music-book, 214.
  ---- Martin drunk, 19.
  ---- passamezzo galliard, 216.
  ---- Pennecuik's lost MS., 134.
  ---- rhymes on places, 165.
  ---- Samuel Daniel, 344.
  ---- Shakspeare in the Shades, a ballad, 230.
  Ring, a gold signet, 12.
  ---- the marriage, its antiquity, 332. 601.
  Rings, cramp, notices of, 89. 271.
  Rivett (John), the loyal brazier, 134.
  Rix (Joseph) on legend of Lamech, 433.
  ---- sermons by parliamentary chaplains, 343.
  R. (J. C.) on Hogarth's pictures, 484.
  ---- Irish office for prisoners, 488.
  ---- Khond fable, 452.
  ---- Lavater's Diary, 456.
  R. (J. J.) on Bandalore, 153.
  R. (J. W. S.) on arms in Dugdale's Warwickshire, 331.
  ---- Haulf-naked manor, 558.
  ---- M.P. temp. Edward III., 528.
  R. (L. M. M.) on Baal festival, 281.
  ---- garden at Holyrood Palace, 570.
  ---- lines quoted by Charles Lamb, 286.
  ---- the witch Countess of Morton, 260.
  ---- white roses, 618.
  Roberts (George) on wages in 1642, 86.
  Robertson's Index of Charters, 101.
  Robin Hood, inquiries respecting, 162.
  ---- robes and fees in his day, 52.
  Robin redbreast, Welsh legend of, 328.
  Roche (James), his death, 394.
  Rococo, its use at St. Lucia, 627.
  Rolls (Lyndon) on pictures by Hogarth, 484.
  Roman sepulchral inscriptions, 37.
  Romanists in England, their punishment, 181. 321. 561.
  Rooke (W.), an inedited letter by, 473.
  Rosa Mystica, notices of, 182. 247.
  Rosa on daughters of St. Mark, 155.
  ---- Kentish fire, 155.
  Rosary, its derivation, 158.
  Roses, white, emblem of the Pretender, 329. 434. 618.
  Rosicrucians, works respecting them, 619.
  Rotation of the earth, 330. 509.
  Round towers of the Cyclades, 425.
  Routh (David), R. C. bishop of Ossory, 72.
  Rowley's Poems, 544.
  Royal assent to bills of parliament, 50.
  "Royal Escape," an old ship, 570.
  R. (P.), authorship of Pylades and Corinna, 305.
  R. (S.) on Hallett and Dr. Saxby, 41.
  ---- Roman inscription found at Battle Bridge, 409.
  R--son (M.) on Brydone the tourist, 163.
  Rt. on Bacon's Essays, 320.
  ---- baptismal custom, 128.
  ---- burial service said by heart, 94.
  ---- children crying at baptism, 96.
  ---- lines on Fulke Greville, 297.
  ---- St. Bernard _versus_ Fulke Greville, 62.
  ---- "Sic transit gloria mundi," 164.
  ---- "Words given to conceal man's thoughts," 248.
  ---- Wotton's letter to Milton, 111. 140.
  Rubi on bishops vacating their sees, 50.
  ---- elder tree, 177.
  ---- epitaph from Tichfield, 202.
  ---- Irish rhymes, 271.
  ---- riddles, 85.
  Rubrical query, 247.
  Rye (W. B.) on the Shepherd of Banbury, 373.
  ---- the word "its," 578.
  Ryming and cuculling, their meaning, 529.
  R. (W.) on a Countess of Southampton, 64.
  ---- Rooke's inedited letter, 473.
  ---- "Wanderings of Memory," 527.
  R. (W. B.) on Gen. Benedict Arnold, 597.
  ---- quotation, 66.
  R. (Z. E.) on "Beware the cat," 487.
  ---- "Bis dat qui cito dat," 488.
  ---- church catechism, 463.
  ---- Judge Smith, 463.
  ---- Lord King and Sclater, 487.
  ---- Norfolk rhymes, 452.
  ---- Talleyrand's maxim, 487.

          S.

  S. on etymology of Folkestone, 166.
  Sadler (Sir Edwin) noticed, 357. 416.
  Saffron, when brought into England, 549.
  Sagitta on "I hear a lion in the lobby roar," 205.
  Salopian on Canute's reproof to his courtiers, 380.
  ---- Haughmond Abbey, 209.
  ---- proud Salopians, 527.
  Salopians, proud, 527.
  Salt-mine, the first in England, 261.
  Salt-peter-man, 376. 433. 460. 530.
  Sansom (J.) on Acts xv. 23., 204.
  ---- detached belfry towers, 586.
  ---- ecclesiastics' wives, 486.
  ---- King John's sacrilege, 571.
  ---- La Bruyère, 114.
  ---- metrical psalms and hymns, 460.
  ---- story of Ezzelin, 453.
  Santa Claus, the original legend, 549.
  Satchels (Old) noticed, 209. 318.
  Satin, origin of the word, 551.
  Satirical playing cards, 405.
  ---- prints, Pope, 27.
  Savoy Church, custom at, 529.
  S. (A. W.) on hour-glass in pulpits, 589.
  ---- Turner's picture of Eltham Palace, 193.
  Sawyer (N.) on high spirits, 488.
  Sayings, popular local, 233.
  S. (B. J.) on passage in Hamlet, 8.
  S. (C.) on Madagascar poetry, 285.
  Scanderbeg's sword, 35. 143. 511.
  Scarfs worn by clergymen, 108. 143. 215. 269. 336.
  S. (C. B. N. C. J.) on regatta, 529.
  Schiller, passage in, 619.
  Schomberg's epitaph by Swift, 13. 341.
  Schonbornerus, its author, 478.
  Scotchmen and Poland, 475. 600.
  Scott (John) on Carians using heraldry, 96.
  Scott, Nelson's secretary, 331.
  Scott (W. H.) on statues on coins, 45.
  Scotter register, co. Lincoln, 525.
  Scottish bishop deprived, 1638, 285.
  ---- clergy, their literary attainments, 153.
  Scotus on Collier's Notes and Emendations, 153.
  ---- canongate marriages, 439.
  ---- smock marriages, 439.
  Scrapiana on epigram on Dr. Toe, 270.
  Screw, why applied to a broken-down horse, 260.
  Scrutator on Dogberry's losses or leases, 377.
  S. (D.) on lady high sheriff, 393.
  S. (E.) on camera for out-door operations, 49.
  ---- curtseys and bows, 156.
  ---- Grindle, 384.
  ---- test for lenses, 582.
  Sealing-wax on fingers, 475.
  Searson (John), his Poems, 131.
  Segantiorum Portus, its locality, 180. 246. 505.
  Seivad on Sir John Davys, 39.
  Seleucus on belfry towers, 416.
  ---- creeper in the Samoan Isles, 107.
  ---- early use of tobacco, 270.
  ---- furze of Scandinavia, 119.
  Senex on seal of William D'Albini, 452.
  ---- Shakspeare's monument, 475.
  Serpent's tongue, 316. 537.
  Seville cathedral, note from, 258.
  S. (F.) on Sir John Powell, 359.
  ---- West, Kipling, and Millbourne, 408.
  ---- "will" and "shall," 553.
  S. (F. F.) on optical query, 560.
  S. (F. R.) on Aldiborontophoskophornio, 40.
  S. (F. W.) on song in praise of Marquis of Granby, 179.
  S. (G. H.) on grant of slaves, 475.
  Shadbolt (George) on collodion process, 388. 414.
  ---- stereoscopic pictures, 557.
  ---- washing collodion pictures, 533.
  ---- Weld Taylor's process, 92. 244.
  Shakspeare: a ballad, "Shakspeare in the Shades," 230.
  ---- Bed-side, or the Doctors enumerated, 104.
  ---- Collier's Notes and Emendations, 450.
  ---- correspondence, 377. 426. 449. 523. 545.
  ---- criticism, 615.
  ---- delighted, as used by him, 344.
  ---- Dogberry's losses or leases, 377. 524.
  ---- drawings, 545.
  ---- elucidations, 255.
  ---- emendations, 44.
  ---- first folio copies, 129.
  ---- judge alluded to by Shakspeare, 550.
  ---- monument, 475.
  ---- "no had" and "no hath not," 593.
  ---- parallel passages, 403.
  ---- queries unanswered, 178. 216.
  ---- readings, 496. 592.
  ---- reprint of the first folio, 47.
  ---- Songs and Rimes, 426. 523.
  ---- passages in--
      All's Well that Ends Well, 426.
      Antony and Cleopatra, 378.
      Coriolanus, 378.
      Hamlet, 8. 449.
      King Henry VIII., 5. 111. 183. 404. 449.
      King John, 378.
      Love's Labour's Lost, 136. 221. 616.
      Macbeth, 404. 546.
      Measure for Measure, 377.
      Much Ado about Nothing, 377. 378.
      Richard III., 202.
      Taming of the Shrew, 378.
      Troilus and Cressida, 378.
      Twelfth Night, 51. 167.
      Two Gentlemen of Verona, 377.
      Winter's Tale, 257. 378. 615.
  Shakspeare (Thomas) noticed, 405.
  Shakspearian book, 474.
  Sham epitaphs and quotations, 190.
  Shaw (R. J.) on Bishop Pursglove, 136.
  Shaw's Staffordshire MSS., 13.
  Shearman family, 107. 381.
  Shearman (J. F.) on Shearman family, 381.
  "Shepherd of Banbury's weather rules," 373.
  Sheriff, a lady high, 236. 321. 340. 393.
  ---- of Worcestershire in 1781, 381.
  Sheriffs of Huntingdonshire and Cambridgeshire, 573.
  S. (H. G.) on Phillips family, 619.
  Ship's painter, its derivation, 178. 507.
  Shoo, or shub, a Kentish word, 65.
  Shoe thrown at weddings, 182. 288. 411.
  Shoreditch Cross and painted window, 38. 339.
  "Short red, god red," 500.
  S. (H. S.) on Campbell's Hymn on the Nativity, 157.
  Sidney as a Christian name, 39. 318. 392.
  Sigma on borrowed thoughts, 509.
  ---- "Nine tailors make a man," 165.
  Signs, remarkable tavern, 155.
  Simpson (W. Sparrow) on African folk lore, 496.
  ---- on Boyle Lectures, 456.
  ---- Mormon publications, 548.
  ---- parochial libraries, 438.
  ---- Prayer-books _antè_ 1662, 91.
  Singer (S. W.) on "any-when" and "seldom-when," 335.
  ---- Shakspeare's use of "no had" and "no hath not," 593.
  ---- passage in King Henry VIII., 5. 183. 449.
  Singleton (S.) on a passage in Macbeth, 404.
  Silurian on Genoveva, 133.
  Sisson (J. L.) on improved camera, 266.
  ---- gutta percha baths, 415.
  ---- head-rests in photography, 338.
  ---- new developing-fluid, 462.
  ---- photographic notes, 363. 414.
  ---- sealing-wax for bottles, 314.
  Sizain, examples of, 174. 270. 510.
  S. (J.) on Faithfull Teate, 529.
  ---- Geneva Lake, 509.
  ---- inscription on a dagger, 119.
  ---- Waterloo, 117.
  S. (J. D.) on arms, battle-axe, 560.
  ---- consecrated roses, &c., 537.
  ---- hob and nob, 222.
  ---- La Bruyère, 192.
  ---- privileges of Campvere, 262.
  ---- Sir Josiah Bodley, 561.
  S. (J. J.) on Luneburg table, 355.
  ---- subterranean bells, 128.
  S. (J. M.) on collodion film on copper plates, 141.
  ---- St. Paul's Epistle to Seneca, 500.
  S. (J. S.) on charade attributed to Sheridan, 463.
  ---- the whetstone, 319.
  Skater on a skating problem, 284.
  Skating problem, 284. 369.
  Skull-caps _versus_ skull-cups, 112.
  Slang expressions, 617.
  Slang, its etymology, 331. 511.
  Slaves, execution for whipping, 107. 223. 503.
  ---- grant of, to monks of Dunfermline, 475.
  S. (M. A.) on Jacobite ballad, 67.
  Smart (Robert) on erroneous forms of speech, 202.
  Smirke (E.) on Coenaculum of Lionardo da Vinci, 524.
  ---- marriages in chemise, 17.
  ---- St. Augustin and Baxter, 327.
  Smirke (Sydney) on bees and the Sphynx atropos, 499.
  Smith, confessor of Katherine, 13. 463.
  Smith (Erasmus) noticed, 108.
  Smith (Gilbert N.) on Creole, 381.
  ---- wolves nursing children, 355.
  Smith (Henry), his Sermons preached by a Romanist, 223.
  Smith (Humphry), his works, 182.
  Smith (Judge), 463. 508. 629.
  Smith (W. J. B.) on canker rose, 585.
  Smith, Young, and Scrymgeour MSS., 547.
  Smith's Dictionary of Antiquities, and Dictionary of Biography and
      Mythology, list of errata, 302.
  Smock marriages, 191. 243. 439.
  Smollett's Strap, who was he? 234.
  Sneyd (W.) on arms of Joan d'Arc, 295.
  ---- pilgrimages to the Holy Land, 415.
  Snow (Robert) on "beaten to a mummy," 206.
  Snuff-box, lines on a, 181. 247. 585.
  S. 2 (N. W.) on coninger, 441.
  ---- wyle cop, 440.
  Solinus, early edition of, 142.
  Songs and ballads--
    Battle of the Boyne, 118.
    Gloucester, 27.
    Harvest Home, 201.
    Jenny's Bawbee, 207. 345.
    Martin said to his Man, 19.
    Norman, 134.
    Praise of the Marquis of Granby, 179.
    Sing ivy, sing ivy, 8.
    Somersetshire ballad, 236. 364.
    The Wee Brown Hen, 284.
    'Twas on the Morn of sweet May-day, 49.
    To the Lords of Convention, &c., 596.
  Sops-in-wine, a flower, 530.
  Sotadic verses, 297.
  Soul and the magnetic needle, simile of, 508.
  South (Dr.), his Latin tract against Sherlock, 402.
  ---- _versus_ Goldsmith, Talleyrand, &c., 311. 509.
  Southampton, a countess of, 64.
  Spade, its present and original meaning, 132.
  Spanish armada, old pictures of, 454. 558.
  ---- physicians, their costume, 133.
  Sparse, its meaning, 51. 246.
  S. (P. C. S) on Dodo, 188.
  ---- Elizabeth (Queen), her alleged bastardy, 528.
  ---- literary frauds of modern times, 139.
  ---- Melinglerii--Berefellarii, 264.
  ---- Sir J. Covert, 189.
  ---- Sir Kenelm Digby, 190.
  ---- Waterloo, 117.
  Spectre horsemen of Southerfell, 304.
  Speech, erroneous forms of, 202. 329.
  Spencer (J. B.) on Edmund Spenser, 411.
  Spenser (Edmund), his birth-place, 303. 362. 410.
  Spes on Traitors' Ford, 382.
  Sphynx (Sophronia) on a charade, 463.
  Spinosa's burial-place, 192.
  Spiritual persons in lay offices, 50.
  Spontaneous combustion, 286. 345. 391. 440. 458.
  Spring, &c., 448.
  S. (Q.) on epitaph, "Quod fuit esse," 342.
  S. (R. J.) on meaning of assassin, 270.
  S. (S. A.) on hyena in love potions, 177.
  ---- Loselerius Villerius, &c., 454.
  ---- Somersetshire ballad, 236.
  ---- witchcraft in Somersetshire, 613.
  Ss. (J.) on Americanisms, 51.
  ---- discovery at Nuneham Regis, 23.
  ---- sich house, 51.
  S. (S. S.) on Andries de Græff, 488.
  ---- enough, 560.
  ---- Guthryisms, 620.
  ---- parochial libraries, 558.
  ---- passage in St. James, 549.
  ---- wood of the Cross, 437.
  S. 2 (S. S.) on parish kettle, 129.
  S. (T.) on Annuellarius, 358.
  ---- Nottingham petitions, 175.
  S. (T. A.) on Chaucer's inedited poems, 201.
  Stamping on current coinage, 180.
  Stanley, "Praise from Sir Hubert Stanley," 158.
  Stanley (Thomas), Bishop of Man, 209.
  Stansbury (Joseph) on Westminster Assembly of Divines, 260.
  Statues represented on coins, 45.
  St. Bees on oaken tombs, 528.
  St. Leger (Hon. Miss), a mason, 598.
  St. Mark, daughters of the republic of, 155.
  St. Mary's church, Beverley, 181.
  St. Nicholas' church, Brighton, 150.
  S. (T. C.) on lady high sheriff, 340.
  ---- Pope and the Marquis Maffei, 64.
  Steaming, as used by Thomson, 67.
  Steel bars, how hardened, 65.
  Steevens (George) noticed, 119.
  Stephens (Geo.) on God's marks, 417.
  ---- metal types in 1435, 405.
  Sternberg (T.) on Captain Ayloff, 429.
  ---- fabulous bird, 180.
  ---- predictions of the Fire and Plague of London, 79. 173.
  ---- selling a wife, 429.
  ---- on suicide, the last buried at a cross-road, 617.
  Sterry (Peter) and Jeremiah White, 388.
  Stewart (John) on Sir William Newton's process, 294.
  Stewarts of Holland, 66.
  S. (T. G.) on Eulenspiegel, 507.
  Stillman (W.) on drying up the Red Sea, 206.
  Stone-pillar worship, 383.
  Storer (W. P.) on Myles Coverdale, 97.
  ---- signification of Olney, 235.
  Strath Clyde on Prester John, 502.
  Straw bail, its origin, 85. 143. 342. 464.
  "Strike, but hear me," origin of the phrase, 237.
  St. (W.) on Carr pedigree, 512.
  ---- Judge Smith, 629.
  Subscriber on Scott, Nelson's secretary, 331.
  ---- Tennyson query, 189.
  ---- Three per Cent. Consols, 355.
  Suicide encouraged in Marseilles, 180. 316. 511.
  Suicide, the last buried at a cross road, 617.
  S. (U. J.) on Dr. Anthony Marshall, 83.
  ---- heraldic query, 85.
  Sun's rays putting out the fire, 285. 345. 439.
  Superstitious sayings, seven score of, 152.
  Surgeon (A Foreign) on passage in Boerhaave, 453.
  ---- the Megatherium Americanum, 590.
  Surnames, 279.
  Surplices of priests, 331.
  S. (W.) on Dr. Fletcher and Lady Baker, 305.
  ---- lady high sheriff, 321.
  Swedish words current in England, 231. 366.
  Sweet singers, 361.
  Swift (Dean), his autograph, 255.
  ---- his epitaph on Schomberg, 13.
  ---- lines on Woolston, 620.
  S. (W.), _Sheffield_, on Daubuz, 144.
  ---- mistletoe, 119.
  ---- quotation, "By prudence guided," 85.
  ---- Steevens's will, 119.
  ---- Wake family, 164.
  Syriac scriptures, 479. 583.

          T.

  Table-moving, noticed by Bacon, 596.
  Taffy on Judge Jeffreys, 46.
  Talleyrand's maxim, 487.
  Tangiers, English army in 1684, 12.
  Tanner MSS. in the British Museum, 260.
  Taret, an insect, 528.
  T. (A. S.) on author of The Snow Flake, 108.
  Tate, an artist, 236.
  Taylor (E. S.) on drills presaging death, 522.
  ---- etymological traces of our ancestors, 13.
  ---- Eugene Aram's Comparative Lexicon, 597.
  ---- historical engraving, 619.
  ---- names first given to parishes, 536.
  ---- Roman sepulchral inscriptions, 37.
  ---- Rosicrucians, works on, 619.
  ---- slang expressions, 617.
  ---- Valentine's day, 523.
  Taylor (Jeremy) related to Lord Hatton, 305.
  Taylor (Weld) on black tints, 315.
  ---- "Emblemata Horatiana," 614.
  ---- iodizing paper, 48. 187. 218. 293. 389.
  ---- photographic portraits of criminals, 506.
  ---- replies to photographic questions, 265.
  ---- test for a good lens, 555.
  T. (B. B. F. F. T.) on qualifications of churchwardens, 359.
  T. (C.) on symbol of globe and cross, 478.
  T. (C. M.) on the Reformer's elm, 620.
  Tea, its prices in 1734, 36.
  Teate (Dr. Faithfull) noticed, 529. 624.
  Teeth, superstition respecting, 177.
  Templar on lawyers' bags, 144.
  Temple Bar, its history, 108.
  Temple (H. L.) on parallel passages, 151.
  ---- passage in Locksley Hall, 509.
  ---- "Populus vult decipi," 572.
  ---- rhymes: Dryden, 180.
  ---- Sotadic verses, 297.
  Temple of Truth, its author, 549. 630.
  Tenent and tenet, 205.
  Tennent (Sir J. Emerson) on blackguard, 77.
  ---- Ceylon map, 110.
  ---- Coninger, 241.
  ---- Dodo, 188.
  ---- etymology of pearl, 19.
  Tennyson, on a passage in, 25. 146. 509.
  ---- queries in, 84. 189. 321. 559.
  T. (H.) on rhymes upon places, 427.
  ---- winter thunder, 81.
  [Theta]. on arms of De Turneham, 261.
  ---- Coleridge's Life and Correspondence, 368.
  ---- Isping Geil, 549.
  Th--b. (R. Y.) on passage in Juvenal, 321.
  Theobald's letter on Arundelian marbles, 27.
  T. (H. E. P.) lines on London, 258.
  "The Two Chances," a sign in Shropshire, 132.
  Thiriold (Charles) on mythe _ver._ myth, 575.
  Thirteen an unlucky number, 571.
  Thompson (Pishey) on Boston queries, 258.
  Thompson (Sir John), his armorial bearings, 332.
  Thoms (Wm. J.) on consecrated roses, 480.
  ---- Eulenspiegel or Howleglas, 416.
  Thomson (E.) on a passage in Orosius, 399.
  Thomson (James), his will, 550.
  ---- Seasons; the word "steaming," 67. 145. 248. 367.
  Thoughts borrowed, 203. 509.
  Three per Cent. Consols, 355.
  Thrupp (J.) on forms of judicial oaths, 532.
  ---- throwing old shoes, 411.
  Tide tables, 156.
  Timbs (John) on the Percy Anecdotes, 214.
  "Time and I," 182. 247. 558. 585.
  Tipperary, lines on, 43.
  T. (J. H.) on discovery at Nuneham Regis, 507.
  T. (M. J.) on ring of Edward the Confessor, 15.
  Tobacco and snuff, remarks on, 229.
  Tobacco, its use before the discovery of America, 270.
  Todd (Dr. J. H.) on the Bp. Berkeley's portrait, 428.
  ---- Dutch allegorical picture, 46. 97. 213.
  ---- Iona, or Ioua, 257.
  ---- Roger Outlawe, 386.
  ---- Townerawe family, 232.
  Tolls in London, origin of, 108. 223.
  Tombstone at the quay of Aberdeen, 130.
  Tom Track's ghost, 427.
  Tortoiseshell Tom cat, 271. 510.
  Touchstone defined, 82. 142.
  Townerawe family noticed, 232.
  Town-halls, ancient timber, 71.
  Townley manuscripts, 407.
  Townshend (R. S.), common-place book, 179.
  T. (P.) on St. James's market-house, 383.
  ---- Shakspearian drawings, 545.
  Tradescant family, 295.
  Traitors' Ford, 382. 489.
  Traja-Nova on Lyte's Light of Brittaine, 570.
  Tree of the thousand images, 381.
  Trees, their age, 193. 297.
  Trevelyan (Sir W. C.) on Dutensiana, 26.
  ---- Kentish local names, 26.
  ---- King Robert Bruce's coffin-plate, 416.
  ---- Lindsay's Viridarium, 231.
  ---- monument at Modstena, 26. 72.
  ---- palindromical lines, 417.
  ---- phonography, 26.
  ---- spontaneous combustion, 345.
  Trial of our Lord, a picture, 235.
  True blue, 391.
  Trussell's Winchester Antiquities, 616.
  T--t. (J.) on Bishop Hugh Oldham, 164.
  T. (T. W.) on death of Nelson, 321.
  Tub-woman, _alias_ Mrs. Hyde, 133.
  Tuck, its meaning, 82. 142. 187.
  Tucker (S. I.) on Boyer's Great Theatre, 358.
  Tuebeuf, its locality, 207. 343.
  Turkey-cocks, why so called, 550.
  Turner (Bp. Francis), his MSS., 287.
  Turner (J. M. W.), his view of Lambeth Palace, 15. 89. 118. 193.
  T. (W.) on mediæval parchment, 317.
  ---- the cardinal spider, 431.
  ---- glass baths, 437.
  ---- saffron when brought to England, 549.
  T. (W. W.) on anonymous works, 40.
  ---- crescent, 392.
  ---- spontaneous combustion, 391.
  T. (W. W. E.) on ballad of the Battle of the Boyne, 118.
  ---- touchstone, its derivation, 142.
  Tye on "Mater ait natæ," &c., 248.
  Types, movable metal, in 1435, 405.
  Tyro on bishops deprived by Elizabeth, 509.
  ---- Bishops Watson and Gobat, 366.
  ---- Chaucer, 69.
  ---- consecrators of English bishops, 306.
  ---- Dr. Wallis's anonymous pamphlet, 476.
  ---- Ellis Walker, 487.
  ---- Letter to a Convocation Man, 415.
  ---- Parker Society monogram, 502.
  ---- Pursglove, suffragan of Hull, 136.
  ---- Robert Dodsley, 316.
  ---- Robert Wauchope, Archbishop of Armagh, 166.
  ---- taret, an insect, 528.
  ---- Tennyson, 559.

          U.

  Uneda on "As poor as Job's turkey," 180.
  ---- English orthography, 10.
  ---- humbug, its earliest use, 550.
  ---- lieutenant, its pronunciation, 257.
  ---- maid's petition, 594.
  ---- Nelson and Wellington, 330.
  ---- Percy Anecdotes, 134.
  ---- quoits, its pronunciation, 232.
  ---- sealing-wax, 475.
  ---- "Solid men of Boston," 134.
  ---- weight of American officers, 202.
  Unneath, its early use, 571. 631.
  Upcott (Wm.), his letters on the reprint of the first folio Shakspeare,
      47.
  Ursula on La Bruyère, 38.
  ---- Conway family, 261.
  ---- James Chaloner, 583.
  ---- Welbourne family, 259.
  U. V. W., their ancient pronunciation, 39.

          V.

  V. on ephippiarius, 207.
  ---- Genoveva, 212.
  Vanbrugh (Sir John), his birthplace, 619.
  Vandyke on Sir Kenelm Digby, 85.
  Vanes, early notice of, 534.
  Valentine (St.), popular in America, 281.
  Valentine's day, 523.
  Venda, origin of the word, 179.
  Verbum Sat on suggestions to photographers, 294.
  Verney papers, 568.
  Via Lactea on a quotation, 305.
  Vicars-apostolic in England, 242. 308. 390.
  Villerius (Loselerius) noticed, 454. 534.
  Vincent family, 501. 586. 629.
  Vincent (R.) on epigram by Sir W. Scott, 498.
  Vinegar plant, 454.
  Vinos on the word Claret, 237.
  V. (J. H.) on prophecy in Hoveden, 284.
  Vogel on the meaning of boom, 620.
  V. (W. D.) on English comedians in the Netherlands, 114.
  ---- Lord Goring, 143.

          W.

  W. (A.) on conyngers, 182.
  ---- Tate, an artist, 236.
  Wadstena, monument at, 26. 72.
  W. (A. F.) on Pope's inedited poem, 57.
  W. (A. F. A.) on the brazen head, 39.
  W. (A. G.) on Chipchase of Chipchase, 133.
  Wages in the West in 1642, 86.
  Wake family noticed, 51. 164.
  Wake (H. T.) on Hall-close, Silverstone, 620.
  Walcot (Col. Thomas), his sons, 382. 488.
  Walcott (Mackenzie) on Annueller, 438.
  ---- burial service said by heart, 95.
  ---- degree of B. C. L., 167.
  ---- Westminster parishes, 535.
  Walker (Ellis) noticed, 382. 487.
  Wallis (Dr. John), his anonymous pamphlet, 476.
  Walmer Castle, old fortification there, 475.
  Walter (Hen.) on Cranmer and Calvin, 621.
  ---- discovery of plants, 211.
  ---- legend of Lamech, 432.
  Walter (J.) on Turner's view of Lambeth, 89.
  Wandering Jew, the myth, 261. 511.
  "Wandering Willie's Tale," 527.
  Ward's Lives of the Gresham Professors, 431.
  Warde (R. C.) on sermons by parliamentary chaplains, 34.
  Warden (J. S.) on Campbell's Pleasures of Hope, 179.
  ---- Clarendon and the tub-woman, 634.
  ---- descendants of John of Gaunt, 628.
  ---- Le Balafré, 201.
  ---- Macpherson's Ossian, 201.
  ---- Pepys's Diary, 129.
  ---- Pepys's Morena, 118.
  ---- quotation from Juvenal, 633.
  ---- quotations, 165.
  Wards of the crown, 236.
  Washington and Major André, 62.
  Washington (Gen.) inedited letter, 277.
  Waterford charter, 65.
  Waterloo, Latin poems on, 6. 144.
  ---- an ancient battle ground, 82. 117.
  Watkins (Charles) on Swedish words current in England, 231.
  Watson (T.), bishop of St. David's, 234. 365.
  Wauchope (Abp.) noticed, 66. 166. 552.
  Way (Albert) on national portraits, 258.
  Waylen (J.) on origin of Devizes, 11.
  ---- Marlborough corporation, 63.
  Waymor (C.) on Walmer Castle, 475.
  W. (C.) on washing collodion process, 484.
  W. (C. T.) on Isthmus of Darien, 351.
  ---- alleged cure for hydrophobia, 379.
  Weather rules, 373. 522. 599. 627.
  Weather, volcanic influence on, 9.
  Wedding divination, 545.
  Wednesday Club, 261. 409. 576.
  Wednesday, why a Litany-day, 86.
  Welborne family, 259. 630.
  Wellesley pedigree, 87.
  Well-flowering, 280.
  Wellington (Duke of) a Maréchal de France, 283. 317.
  ---- his first speech, 453.
  Welsh genealogical queries, 408.
  West, Kipling, and Millbourne, 408.
  West (Philip) on axe which beheaded Anne Boleyn, 332.
  Westmacott (A. F.) on Martha Blount, 38.
  Westminster Assembly, its proceedings, 260. 368.
  ---- parishes, 454. 535.
  Weston (Robert) noticed, 404.
  Wet season in 1348, 63.
  W. (G. B.) on lines on Landseer's print, 67.
  W. (H.) on Philip d'Auvergne, 296.
  W. (H. D.) on early reaping machines, 456.
  Wheale, its meaning, 96.
  Whetstone, the game of, 208. 319. 463.
  Whippiad, 393. 417. 457.
  Whipping-post, 188.
  Whipping Toms at Leicester, 235.
  Whitborne (J. B.) on cures for hooping-cough, 104.
  ---- gold signet ring, 12.
  ---- Graves family, 319.
  ---- portrait of Baron Lechmere, 39.
  ---- town-halls, 71.
  White (A. Holt) on cross and pile, 560.
  ---- Gibbon's library, 535.
  White (J. Blanco), sonnet by, 404. 486.
  W. (H. T.) on derivation of lowbell, 181.
  W. (I.) on immoral works, 66.
  Wife being sold, 429. 602.
  Wilbraham (Randle), his diploma, 498.
  Wilde (G. J. De) on the author of The Family Journal, 392.
  Wilkinson (Henry) on levelling cameras, 604.
  Wilkinson (T. T.) on Clarke's Essay on Mathematics, 15.
  ---- Lawson's mathematical MSS., 526.
  Will and shall, their distinction, 356. 553.
  Williams (B.) on Anglo-Saxon localities, 473.
  Williams (John) of Southwark, his descendants, 260.
  Williams (Wm.) on epitaph in St. Helen's, 577.
  Williams (Wm.) of Geneva, 528.
  Wills (A. W.) on the sun's rays, 439.
  ---- spontaneous combustion, 440.
  Wilson (A. C.) on collodion pictures, 485.
  Wilson (C.) on Vincent family, 501.
  Wilson (Dan.) on Mr. John Munro, 179.
  Winchester and Huntingdon, their population, 38.
  Windfall, its derivation, 285.
  Winebibber on Jeroboam of claret, 528.
  Winters, on early, 405.
  Winthrop (Wm.) on American fisheries, 107.
  ---- Bacon's hint to our correspondents, 36.
  ---- bells _versus_ storms, 343.
  ---- Cadenham oak, 180.
  ---- catching a Tartar, 73.
  ---- Charles I.'s statue, 134.
  ---- curfew, 530.
  ---- execution for whipping a slave, 107.
  ---- fuss, its etymology, 180.
  ---- "God tempers the wind," 193.
  ---- inscriptions in books, 438.
  ---- Juxon (Bishop) and Walton's Polyglott, 476.
  ---- "Mater ait natæ," 155.
  ---- Malta, the burial-place of Hannibal, 81.
  ---- mummies in Germany, 194.
  ---- Order of St. John of Jerusalem, 628.
  ---- Orte's maps of 1570, 109.
  ---- round towers of the Cyclades, 425.
  ---- serpents' tongues, 537.
  ---- Sir Edward Grymes, 234.
  ---- "To talk like a Dutch uncle," 65.
  ---- trees, their age, 194.
  ---- windfall, its derivation, 285.
  ---- "Your most obedient servant," 382.
  Witchcraft, 326. 446.
  ---- in Somersetshire, 613.
  ---- sermons at Huntingdon, 381.
  W. (J. F.) on vicars-apostolic, 242.
  W. (J. K. R.) on Jenny's bawbee, 345.
  ---- Tickell's Elegy on Addison, 72.
  W. (J. R.) on royal assent to bills, 50.
  ---- vicars-apostolic in England, 308. 390.
  W. (L. S.) on a modern plan of London, 382.
  W. (M.) on God's marks, 246.
  Wmson (S.) on Ben Jonson's adopted sons, 167.
  ---- Lord Duff's toast, 105.
  ---- satirical prints, 27.
  ---- "Then comes the reckoning," &c., 189.
  Wolfe (General), his death from a deserter, 127. 220.
  ---- portrait, 63.
  Wolves nursing children, 355.
  Woman, her formation, 593.
  Wood (Thos.), chief-justice, noticed, 14. 95.
  Woodward (B. B.) on Cene's Essay for a New Translation, 142.
  ---- "Dimidium scientiæ," &c., 180.
  ---- door-head inscription, 190.
  ---- eagles supporting lecterns, 191.
  ---- Folger family, 248.
  ---- History of Formosa, 232.
  ---- Owen Glendower's arms, 205.
  ---- pot-guns, 190.
  Words misunderstood, 352. 375. 400. 520. 542. 566.
  Wordsworth, passage in, 85. 191.
  Worth, its meaning, 584. 630.
  Wotton (Sir H.) and Milton, 7. 111. 140.
  W. (R.) on Orkneys in pawn, 412.
  Wray family, notices of, 52.
  Wright (R.) on Canada, its derivation, 504.
  ---- pronunciation of enough, 455.
  ---- ethnology of England, 246.
  ---- Niagara, 137.
  ---- other-some and unneath, 571.
  ---- Santa Claus, 549.
  ---- smock marriage in New York, 84.
  Wyatt (Thomas) on developing paper, 266.
  Wyle Cop explained, 440.

          X.

  X. on chaplains to noblemen, 85.
  X. (A. R.) on Fifeshire pronunciation, 329.
  ---- Italian-English, 149.
  X. (D.) on legend of Change, 8.
  X. (L. E.) on Turner's view of Lambeth Palace, 15.

          Y.

  Y. on sheriff of Worcestershire, 381.
  Yankee, its origin and meaning, 103. 164.
  Yarrum (P. J.) on St Mathias' Day, 58.
  Yates (J. B.) on books of emblems, 579.
  Y. (C. G.) on Duke of Wellington, 317.
  Year, commencement of the ecclesiastical, 161.
  Y. (E. H.) on Welsh genealogical queries, 408.
  Yeowell (J.) on Juxon's Account of Vendible Books, 390.
  Y. (J.) on inscriptions in churches, 191.
  ---- smock marriages, 18.
  ---- The Northern Castle, 382.
  Y. (J. St J.) on lawyers' bags, 85.
  Yolante de Dreux, 286.
  York mint, its officer, 133.
  Young (Dr.) his MS. sermons, 14. 143.
  "Your most obedient servant," its origin, 382.
  Y. (S.) on Coleridge's Christabel, 206.
  ---- punishment of Romanists, 181.
  Y. (X.) on bookselling in Glasgow in 1735, 10.

          Z.

  Z. on British regiments, 155.
  ---- costume of English physicians, 133.
  Z. (A.) on Brown's Polidus, 499.
  ---- Eugenia, by Hayes and Carr, 237.
  ---- Leapor's Unhappy Father, 382.
  Zeus on etymology of fuss, 366.
  ---- Lamech killing Cain, 362.
  ---- palindromical lines, 366.
  ---- parallel passages, 341.
  ---- rhymes upon places, 143.
  ---- Scanderbeg's sword, 143. 511.
  ---- sizain on the Pope, &c., 510.
  ---- slang, its etymology, 511.
  ---- suicide at Marseilles, 511.
  ---- tortoiseshell Tom cat, 510.
  ---- wandering Jew, 511.
  Z. (X. Y.) on Bishop Butler, 528.
  ---- contested elections, 208.
  ---- rebellion of '45, a letter on, 519.

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