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INDEX

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THE NINTH 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
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SUBJECTS.

A.
Abbott families, 105. 233. 458.
Aberbrothock, or Arbroath, 519.
Abigail, a lady's maid, 359.
Abscond, its primary meaning, 347.
Aches rhyming with artches, 351. 409. 571.
Acrostic in Ash Church, Kent, 146.
- - on Johannes Glanvill, 322.
Addison and Watts, 373. 424.
Ætna, journey to the crater of, 563.
Ague, charm for the, 242.
[Greek: Aiôn], its derivation, 192.
Alderley, the old clock at, 269.
Alfred (king), pedigree to his time, 233. 338. 552.
* Alibenistic order of freemasons, 56.
Alison (Sir Archibald) in error, 196.
Almanacs, books of, 561.
Altar, reverence to, 566.
Alva (Duke of) noticed, 76. 158.
Ambiguity in public writing, 52.
Ambry, its meaning, 459.
American languages, ancient, 194.
- - poems imputed to English authors, 377.
Amontillado sherry, 222. 336. 474.
Ampers and, its meaning, 43.
Anachronisms, 367.
Anagram on Charles Stuart, 42.
"Ancren Riwle," MSS. of, 5.
André (Major) noticed, 111. 520.
* Andrews (Bishop), puns in his sermons, 350.
Annandale (the last Marquis), 248.
* Anne of Geierstein, noticed, 36.
Anne (Queen), her motto, 20. 78.
ANONYMOUS WORKS: -
* Adventures in the Moon, 245.
* Athenian Sport, 350.
* Austria as it Is, 542.
Bruce, Robert I., his Acts and Life, 452.
Christabel, the Third Part, 18.
Cobler of Aggawam, 517.
* Cow Doctor, 246.
* Ded. Pavli, 302.
* Es tu Scolaris, 540.
* Gentleman's Calling, 175.
* Historical Reminiscences of O'Byrnes, O'Tooles, and other Irish
chieftains, 11.
* Innocents, a drama, 272.
Les Lettres Juives, 160.
Letter to a Member of Parliament, by W. W., 515.
Liber Passionis Domini nostri Jesu Christi, 447.
* Life of Lamenther, 173.
* Lights, Shadows, and Reflections of Whigs and Tories, 245.
Lounger's Common-place Book, 174. 258.
* Lydia, or Conversion, 76.
Lyra Apostolica, 304. 407.
Marriage in High Life, 590.
Merciful Judgment of High Church, 97. 160.
* Negro's Complaint, 246.
* New Holland, Account of an Expedition to, 271.
Obsolete Statutes: A Letter to a Member of Parliament, 562.
* Original Poems, by C. R., 541.
* Outlines of the History of Theology, 303.
Pinch of Snuff 408.
* Posthumous Parodies, 244.
Rodondo, or the State Jugglers, 589.
Salmon's Lives of English Bishops, 175.
* Shipwrecked Lovers, 450.
* Soomarokoff's Demetrius, its translator, 246.
Trevelyan, 590.
Turks in Europe, 542.
* Village Lawyer, 493.
Whitelocke's Memorials, 127.
Whole Duty of Man, 551.
Wilkins (Peter), 543.
Ansareys on Mount Lebanon, 169.
Antipodes, what day at our? 288.
Antiquarian documents, 513.
Antiquaries, Society of, annual meeting, 410.
their collection of portraits, 138.
Apocryphal works, 542.
Apparition of the White Lady, 431.
* Apparition which preceded the Fire of London, 541.
Arabian Nights' Entertainments, omission in, 44.
Arabian tales and their sources, 319.
Archaic words, 491.
Arch-Priest of Exeter, 105. 185. 312. 568.
Aristotle on living Law, 373. 457. 529.
Armorial queries, 398. 421.
* Arms, French or Flemish, 541.
Arms, royal, in churches, 327.
* Army lists for seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, 589.
* Army, scarlet regimentals of, 55.
Artesian wells, 222. 283. 499.
Arthuriana, 371.
* Arundel (Richard Fitz-Alan, ninth earl), 516.
* Ascension-day custom, 9.
* Ascham (Roger), his letters, 588.
Asgill on Translation to Heaven, 376.
Ashmans, pictures at, 86.
Ashton (Ralph) the commander, 272. 325.
Aska or Asca, 488.
Asteroids, or recently discovered planets, 36. 129.
* Atchievement in Yorkshire, 349.
Athens, a violet-crowned city, 496. 575.
* Atherstone family, 221.
Atonement, its theological use, 271. 503.
Atterbury (Bishop), his portrait, 163. 395.
Augustine on clairvoyance, 511.
Authors and publishers, hint to, 31.
Authors, remuneration of, 404.
Authors' Trustee Society, 269.
Awkward, its etymology, 480.
Awkward, or awart, a provincialism, 209.

B.
Back, Bristol localities, 517.
Bacon (Lord) and Bishop Andrews, 466.
* Bacon (Lord) and Sir Simon D'Ewes, 76.
Baker (Thomas), letter to Humphry Wanley, 7.
Balaam box, 483.
Bale (John), Bishop of Ossory, 324. 407.
* Bale (John), his work on libraries, 589.
Ballina Castle, Mayo, 311.
Barbour (John), Scottish metrical historian, 453.
Barmecides' feast, 543.
Barrels regiment, 63. 159. 545.
Barrett (Eaton Stannard), poem on Woman, 17.
Barristers' gowns, 323.
* Bart (Jean), his descent on Newcastle, 451.
Barton (Mrs. C.) and Lord Halifax, 18.
Bateman (Christopher), bookseller, 585.
Bathurst (Dr.), Bishop of Norwich, 422.
Battel at the universities, 326.
* Battles, description of, wanted, 246.
Baxter (Richard) on apparitions, 12. 62.
- - , inscription on his pulpit, 31.
B. C. Y. characters, 149.
Beattie (Dr.) on the English liturgy, 466.
Bee, the wandering, 370.
Bees, legends respecting, 167.
- - on bartering for, 446.
Belgium ecclesiastical antiquities, 386.
Bell inscriptions, 109. 592.
Bell at Rouen, 233. 529.
Bell literature, 240. 310.
Bell, why tolled on leaving church, 125. 311. 567.
Belle Sauvage, its derivation, 44. 89.
Bellman at Newgate, 565.
* Berkhampstead records, 56.
* Bersethrigumnue, its meaning, 373.
Bible, an illustrated one of 1527, 352. 504.
Bible, Breeches, an imperfect one, 273.
Bible Society of the Roman Catholics, 41. 111.
Bibles, errata in, 391.
- - reprints of early, 487.
Bickford (Wm.), letter to Rev. Mr. Amory, 7.
Bigot, its derivation, 560.
Binding of old books, how polished, 401.
Bingham's Antiquities, queries in, 197. 308.
* Bingham (Sir John) noticed, 450.
* Birds, marvellous combat of, 303.
Birm-bank, its derivation, 12.
Bishops' kennel of hounds, 247. 432.
- - tombs, 146.
* Black cap of the judges, 399.
Blackguard, its original meaning, 15. 153. 503.
Blase (St.), his festival at Norwich, 353.
* Blechenden family, 422.
Blessington (Countess of), her letter to Sir Wm. Drummond, 268.
B. L. M., Italian subscription, explained, 43.
Bloater or herring, explained, 347.
Bloet (Robert) noticed, 105. 181.
Blue Bell and Blue Anchor, sign, 86.
Blue Bells of Scotland, 209. 600.
* Board of Trade in seventeenth century, 562.
* Bohemia (Queen of) and a foreign order, 10.
Böhme (Jacob), 151.
Bolle (Sir John) of Thorpe Hall, 305.
Books burnt by the hangman, 78. 226. 425.
Books in parts not completed, 147. 258.
BOOKS, NOTICES OF NEW: -
Ackerman's Remains of Pagan Saxondom, 313.
Ada's Thoughts, or the Poetry of Youth, 21.
Addison's Works, by Bishop Hurd, 90. 313. 458.
Arundel Society publications, 289.
Autograph Miscellany, 90.
Banfield's Statistical Companion, 458.
Beauties of Byron, 21.
Bell's edition of the British Poets, 138. 554.
Bray's Peep at the Pixies, 21.
Bristol, Curiosities of, 210.
Brook's Russians of the South, 90.
Condé's Arabs in Spain, 410.
Conversations on Geography, 289.
Croker's Correspondence with Lord John Russell, 210.
Custine (M. de) upon Russia, 289.
D'Arblay's Diary and Letters, 289. 410. 433. 505.
Darling's Cyclopædia Bibliographica, 66. 234. 313. 339. 458. 554.
Dod's Peerage for 1854, 46.
Dryden's Works, by R. Bell, 66. 458.
Durriew's Present State of Morocco, 433.
Essays from The Times, 410.
Eyton's Antiquities of Shropshire, 21.
Foster's Elements of Jurisprudence, 210.
Gibbon's Rome (Bohn's), 163. 387.
Gibbon's Rome (Murray's), 234. 338.
Giffard's Deeds of Naval Daring, 433.
Göthe's Novels and Tales, 66.
Goldsmith's Works, by Peter Cunningham, 45. 138. 458. 554.
Harley (Lady Brilliana), her letters, 210.
Hunt's Manual of Photography, 458.
Journal of Classical and Sacred Philology, 289.
Journal of Sacred Literature, 66. 339.
Keightley's Mythology of Ancient Greece, 288.
Lanman's Adventures in North America, 234.
Lardner's Museum of Science and Art, 162.
Lloyd on the Shield of Achilles, 338.
Locke's Works, 505.
Lower's Contributions to Literature, 162.
Lushington's Points of War, 505.
Macaulay's Critical and Historical Essays, 234. 339. 433. 554.
Macaulay's Speeches on Parliamentary Reform, 21.
MacCabe's Catholic History of England, 504.
Mantell's Geological Excursions, 162.
Marley's Life of Girolamo Cardano, 313.
Munch's Scandinavian History, 410.
Museum of Science and Art, 66.
Netherclift's Autograph Miscellany, 289.
Pepys's Diary and Correspondence, 234.
Petit's Architectural Studies in France, 313.
Pryce's Memorials of the Canynges, 138.
Pulman's Book of the Axe, 387.
Retrospective Review, 162. 458.
Reumont's Carafas of Maddaloni, 210.
Roll of the Household Expenses of Richard de Swinfield, 458.
St. George's Visitation of Northumberland, 21.
Scott's Poet's Children, 505.
Smee on the Eye, 338.
Smith (Sydney), his writings, 554.
Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, 66.
Southey's Works and Correspondence of Cowper, 313. 339.
Stratford Shakspeare, by C. Knight, 90.
Strickland's Lives of the Queens, 162. 313. 339. 458. 554.
Tieck's Midsummer Night, 289.
Timbs's Curiosities of London, 21.
Trollope's Illustrations of Ancient Art, 162.
Ure's Dictionary of Arts, &c., 288.
Waagen's Treasures of Art in Great Britain, 433.
Waddington on John Penry the martyr, 410.
Wiffen's Tasso's Jerusalem, 387.
Zeitschrift für Deutsche Mythologie und Sittenkunde, 505.
Books, on mutilating, 585.
- - varnish for old, 423.
Booty's case, 137.
Bosvill (Ralph) of Bradbourn, Kent, 467.
Botanic names, their derivation, 537.
Bothy system, 305. 432. 527.
Botiller (Theobald le), 336.
Bourbons, the fusion of the, 323. 431.
Bowly (Devreux), horologist, 173. 285.
* Boyle family, 494.
* Braddock (Gen.) noticed, 11. 562.
Bradford (John) the martyr, his writings, 449. 552.
* Bragge (Dr.) noticed, 126.
Braithwait (Richard), 163.
Branks, or gossips' bridles, 149. 336. 578.
Brass in All Saints, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 273.
Brasses, monumental, on their destruction, 268. 326.
Breeches Bible, an imperfect one, 273.
* Brerewood (Edward), his portrait, 173.
Bribery, the first instance, 447.
* Brighton old church, hand in chancel, 148.
Brill near old St. Pancras Church, 288.
* Bristol compliment, 541.
* Britons, works on the early, 399.
Brooks (Rev. Joshua) noticed, 64.
Broom at the mast-head, 518.
Brothers of the same christian name, 43. 185.
Brown (Robert) the separatist, 494. 572.
Brown (Sir Adam and Sir Ambrose), 564.
Browne (Francis) noticed, 41.
Browne (Sir T.) and Bishop Ken, 220.
Bruce, Robert I., his acts and life, 452.
Brydone the tourist, his birth-place, 138. 255. 305. 432. 496.
Buckle, its meaning, 576.
* Bunn's Old England and New England, 451.
Bunyan (John), his manuscripts, 104. 125.
- - descendants, 223.
Buonaparte's abdication, 51. 183.
Burial in erect posture, 88. 279. 407.
Burial service tradition, 451. 550.
Burke (Edmund), his domestic letters, 9. 207.
Burnet (Bishop), his character, 448.
noticed, 175.
Burton family, 19. 183.
Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy, 191. 333.
* Butler (Colonel) noticed, 422.
Butler's Lives of the Saints, various editions, 360.
* Button Cap, his legend, 272.
"-by," as a termination, 136. 522.
Byron and Rochefoucauld, 347. 553.
Byron's Childe Harold, 481.
Byron, the fifth Lord, noticed, 18. 232.

C.
Cabbages, when introduced into England, 424. 578.
Calchanti, its meaning, 36. 84. 183.
Caldecott's Translation of the New Testament, 600.
Calves'-head club, 15. 88.
Cambridge Mathematical Questions, 35. 184. 338.
Cambridge Supernatural Phenomena Society, 150.
Camden Society Annual Meeting, 433.
- - Memorial on the Prerogative Office, 215.
Came, its early use, 82. 112.
Campbell (Thomas) quoted, 73.
Canaletto's views round London, 106. 288. 337.
Canne's Bible of 1756, 563.
Cant, origin of the word, 103.
Canterbury see, its privileges, 286.
Canting arms, 146. 256.
Caps at Cambridge, 27. 130.
Captain, Latinized, 543.
"Captivate," its original meaning, 8.
Carausius, his supposed coin, 148. 287.
Carcases, productions of different, 227.
Caricature: A Canterbury Tale, 351. 433.
* Carlos (Sir Wm.), his arms and motto, 10.
Carlos or Careless (William), monumental inscription, 305.
Carol of the kings, 53.
Carronade, its derivation, 246. 408.
Cash, its derivation, 66.
Cassie, a corruption of Causeway, 396. 574.
Cassiterides, origin of the name, 64. 111.
Cassock of the clergy, 101. 337. 479.
Cattle, disease among, 445.
Cawley the regicide, 247. 361.
Celt, its derivation, 86.
Celtic and Latin languages, 14. 137. 356. 492.
Celtic etymology, 40. 136. 205.
* Celtic in Devon, 373.
Cephas, a binder, and not a rock, 368. 500.
Centum sign, 451.
* Chadderton of Nuthurst, 303.
* Chair, or char, a provincialism, 351.
Chamisso's poem quoted, 396.
Chapel Sunday, 527.
Charles I. at Little Woolford, 219.
* Charles I., his commission at Oxford, 495.
- - his officers, 74. 286.
Charles II., his letters to the Grand Masters of Malta, 263. 266. 442.
Charles (Prince), his attendants in Spain, 272. 334.
Charming in Hampshire, 446.
Charteris (Col.) noticed, 115.
Chattel property in Ireland, 394.
Chauncy, or Chancy, noticed, 126. 286.
Chess, antiquity of the game, 224.
Children by one mother, 186. 572.
Children crying at their birth, 343.
"Children in the Wood," the scene of, 305.
* Chintz gowns, 397.
Chisels, stone, 321.
* "Chopping the tree" at Oxford, 468.
Christ-cross row, 162. 231.
Christ's or Cris-cross row, 457.
Christian names doubled, 45. 232. 359.
* Christmas ballad, 325.
Chronograms, 11. 60.
Church porch, right of refuge in, 325. 597.
Church towers detached, 20.
Church usages, ancient, 127. 257. 566.
Churches in Domesday Book, 355.
Churches in the City of London, a plea for, 51.
Churchill's grave, 123. 234. 334.
Churching custom in Hampshire, 446.
Cicero quoted, 111.
Ciss, cissle, &c., 148. 334.
Clairvoyance noticed by St. Augustine, 511.
Clare legends, 73. 145. 490.
Clarence dukedom, 45. 85. 224.
Clarendon (Lord) and the tubwoman, 45.
Clarke (Dr. E. D.), his Charts of the Black Sea, 132. 456.
Classic authors and the Jews, 221. 384. 478.
* Clendon (John) noticed, 56.
Clito, its meaning, 459.
* Clock, an ancient one, 302.
Clubs, origin of, 327. 383.
Clunk, its meaning, 208.
Cobb family, 272. 409.
Cock-and-bull story, 209.
Coincidences, 466.
Cold-Harbour, 107.
Cole (J. W.), his edition of Othello, 375.
Coleridge's Christabel, 455. 529.
- - unpublished MSS., 496. 543. 591.
Coleshill, ancient custom at, 376.
* Collis (Thomas) noticed, 56.
* Columbarium in a church tower, 541.
Commin (Faithful), 515. 578.
"Commons of Ireland before the Union," 35. 160.
Conduitt and Sir Isaac Newton, 195.
Conjunctions joining propositions, 180. 279.
Consilium novem delectorum Cardinalium, &c., 127. 252. 380. 518.
* Consolato del Mare, 271.
* Constable of Masham, 198.
Convocation and the Propagation Society, 574.
* Convocation, perpetual curates not represented in, 351.
* Convocation, the position of suffragan bishops in, 35.
Cook (Capt.), his pedigree, 423.
Copernicus, inscription on his tomb, 447. 553.
* Corbet, a Scottish family, 515.
Cornwalls of London, 304. 576.
Coronation custom, 453.
- - stone, 123. 328.
Coroner's inquests, 483.
Corporation enactments, 300. 528. 553.
"Corporations have no souls," &c., 284. 431.
Corpulence a crime, 196.
Cotterell (Sir Charles) noticed, 19. 208.
Cottoner (Ralph), Grand Master at Malta, 264.
* Courtney family, 450.
* Cowperiana, 421.
* Crabb of Telsford, 125.
* Crabbe (Rev. Geo.), his manuscripts, 35.
Crampette, in heraldry, 459.
Cranmer's Bible, 111. 334.
- - martyrdom, 392. 547. 590.
Crecy, the Irish at the battle of, 517.
Crenellate, licences to, 220. 276.
* Crewkerne (Henry) of Exeter, 467.
Cromwell (Bridget), her children by Fleetwood, 36.
Cromwell (Oliver), his carriages, 87. 306.
Cromwellian documents in Lambeth Palace, 386.
Cromwellian gloves, 538.
Cross, its anticipatory use, 360.
Culet explained, 36.
* Cunninghame (Mr. P.) noticed, 75.
Curiosities of Literature, some recent ones, 31. 136. 475.

D.
Dannocks, its derivation, 272.
* Dante in Latin, 467.
* Darcy of Platten, 247.
Dartmouth (first Lord), his monument, 51.
Darwin on Steam, 271. 408.
* Dates of published works, 148.
Daughters taking their mothers' names, 20. 230.
David's mother, 42.
D'Aye (Robert), Cromwell's descendant, 88.
Dead, society for burning the, 76.
Death-warnings in ancient families, 55. 114. 150. 335.
De Beauvoir pedigree, 349. 596.
Defoe (Daniel) on apparitions, 12. 62.
* Degrees in Arts at Edinburgh, 304.
* De Gurney pedigree, 324.
* De la Fond, inscription on his engraving, 272.
De Lauragnois (Duc), a marvellous story of his wife, 538.
Dennis and Pope, 223.
* Denny (Honoria, daughter of Lord), 451.
Dereham manor alienated, 304.
* De Rous family, 222.
Despatches, sententious, 171.
Devil Tavern club, 327.
* Dilamgabendi, its meaning, 516.
* Dinteville family, 198.
Diseases, non-recurring, 38.
Divining rod, 386.
Divinity professorships, 585.
Dixon of Beeston, 221. 275.
* Dixon's Yorkshire Dales, 148.
Dobbs, Francis, a prophet, 71.
Dobney's Bowling-green, 375. 572.
Docwra (Sir Thomas), grand prior, 298.
Dog Latin, 601.
Dog-whippers in churches, 349. 499.
Dog-whipping in Hull, 64.
Dogs in monumental brasses, 126. 249. 312.
D. O. M. explained, 137. 286.
Domestic architecture, 220.
- - chapels, 219.
* Dominus, the title, 222.
Dorset, a beverage, 247. 311.
Dosa (George and Luke), 57.
Dragons' blood, 242.
Drainage by machinery, 183.
* Dramatic and Poetical Works, 173.
Dress of the ancient Scottish females, 271. 502.
Druidism, materials for a history of, 219.
Drummond (Sir Wm.), the Countess of Blessington's letter to him, 268.
Dryden (John) on Shakspeare, 95.
Dryden and Luke Milbourne, 563.
Dublin maps, 174. 287.
Ducking-stool, 232.
* Dumfries, lithographed view of, 516.
Duncon (Dr. Eleazar), his death, 56. 184. 359.
Dutch East India Company, 98.
Dutch, high and low, 132.
Duval family, 285.

E.
* Eastern church, the episcopal insignia of, 222.
Eastern question, 244.
Echo poetry, a dialogue, 51. 153.
Eclipse in the year 1263, 17. 359. 480.
Eden pedigree and arms, 175.
Eden (Robert), Prebendary of Winchester, 374. 553.
* Egger moths, 148.
Electric telegraph, its inventor, 274.
- - at police stations, 270. 360.
Eliminate, its original signification, 119.
Elizabeth (Queen) and the Earl of Essex, 175.
Elstob (Elizabeth), her burial-place, 7. 200.
Elstob family, 553.
Embost, in hunting, 459.
Enareans, 101. 337. 479.
Encore, 601.
Encyclopædia of Indexes, 371. 527.
Enfield Church, 287.
Engravings, early German, 57. 565.
EPIGRAMS: -
falsely ascribed to Herbert, 301.
four lawyers, 103.
Garrick's funeral, 529.
Greek, 89.
Handel and Bononcini, 445. 550.
how D.D. swaggers, M.D. rolls, 504.
Pope's on Dennis, 223.
EPITAPHS: -
Chambers, a dancing-master, 54.
Churchill the poet, 123.
epitaphium Lucretiæ, 112.
Garter King at Arms, 122.
Henbury, in Gloucestershire, 492.
Howleglass, 88.
Kelly (Patrick), 54.
Kingston-Seymour, in Somersetshire, 492.
Lavenham Church, 369.
Morwenstow churchyard, 481.
"Myself," 270. 430.
Pisa, 368.
Politian's, 62.
Prior's on himself, 283.
Shoreditch churchyard, 369.
Tellingham Church, Essex, 9.
Whittlebury Churchyard, 122.
Eternal life, 122.
Etiquette, origin of the word, 106.
Euler's analytical treasures, 75.
Exposition by Cornelius à Lapide, 512.
Eyre (Capt. John), his drawings, 207. 258.

F.
Fairfax (Lord), inquiries respecting, 10. 156. 379. 572.
Families, large, 419. 422.
* Farrant's anthem, "Lord, for thy tender mercies' sake," 9.
* Farre (Captain), noticed, 32.
* Farrington's views, 467.
Fata Morgana, 267.
Faussett collection of antiquities, 386. 554.
* Fawell arms and crest, 374.
Felbrigge (Sir G.), inscription on his brass, 326.
* Female aide-major, 397.
Female parish clerks, 162. 431.
Ferdinand Charles III., Duke of Parma, 417.
Field's Bible of 1658, 563.
Fifteenths, or fystens, 176.
Fire-arms, antiquity of, 80.
* Fitzgerald (Edward), 494.
Fitzherbert (Sir Anthony), not Chief Justice, 285.
* Flasks for wine-bottles, 304.
Fleet prison officers, 76. 160.
Fleurs-de-lys, three, 35. 84. 113. 225.
Floral Directories, Catholic, 568.
Florins and the royal arms, 59.
FOLK LORE, 73. 242. 344. 446. 536.
Devonshire, 344.
Hampshire, 446.
Herefordshire, 242.
Somersetshire, 536.
newspaper, 29. 84. 276. 523.
* Foreign orders, 10.
Forensic jocularities, 538.
Forlorn hope, explained, 43. 161.
Forms of Prayer, Occasional, 404.
* "Forms of Public Meetings," 174.
Forster (Dr.), and his Floral Works, 569.
Fountains in foreign parts, 517.
Fox-hunting, 307.
* Fox (Sir Stephen) noticed, 271.
Foxes and Firebrands, 96.
Francklyn Household Book, 422. 575.
* Frankincense in churches, 349.
Fraser (General), 161. 431.
* Freemasonry, on the eligibility of deaf and dumb persons, 542.
* Freemasons, the alibenistic order of, 56.
Freher (Dionysius Andreas), 151.
French refugees in Spitalfields, 516.
French season and weather rhymes, 9. 277.
* Fresick and Freswick, 174.
Friends, their longevity, 243.
* Froissart, passage on the Black Prince, 374.
Funeral customs, 257. 566.
- - in Middle Ages, 89.
Fynnon Vair, or the Well of our Lady, 376.

G.
Gage (Gen. Thomas) noticed, 12.
Gale of rent, 408.
Garble, its present corruption, 243. 359. 407.
Garlands, broadsheets, &c., 347.
* Garlic Sunday, its origin, 34.
Garrick's funeral epigram, 529.
Gay (John), his Acis and Galatea, 12.
Gazette de Londres, 86.
Geering (Richard), 337.
* Genesis iv. 7., 371.
Geneva arms, 44. 110.
Geometrical curiosity, 14.
George (Chevalier de St.), his medal, 105. 311. 479.
George III. baptized, married, and crowned by one prelate, 447.
George IV. and Duke of York, 244. 338. 431.
Gerard (Charles) temp. Charles II., 483.
German tree, 65. 136.
Gerson (John), supposed author of De Imitatione, 87. 202.
Gibbon (Edward) and his father, 511.
Gispen, a leathern pot, 459.
* Glass quarries, initials in, 515.
* Glencairn (Earl of) noticed, 452.
* Glossaries, provincial, in MS., 303.
"Gloucester," wrecked, 87.
Glutton and Echo, dialogue between, 51.
* Gnats, battle of the, 303.
"God's acre," 492.
Goldsmith (Oliver), translation from, 59.
Goloshes, origin of the name, 304. 470.
Gosling family, 82.
Gossip, or sponsor, examples of its use, 399.
Gossiping history, 239.
Government patronage, its abolition, 466.
Governor-General of India, his official style, 327.


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