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INDEX

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THE EIGHTH VOLUME.

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

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A.

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

B.

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


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