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- - on London dissenting ministers - Rev. Thomas Taller, 267.
- - on wraxen, 366.
(W.I.) on havock, 270.
- - on translations of Juvenal, 145.
Walcott (Mackenzie), on crozier and pastoral staff, 313.
- - on Irish Brigade, 452.
- - on Judas' bell, Judas' candle, 298.
- - on Scala Coeli, 285.
- - on MS. History of Winchester School, 463.
- - on vineyards, 446.
Walrold family, 131. 206. 281.
Waltheof's executions, 167. 221.
Warton, Anthony, 56.
Warton's (Duke of) Poetical Works, 464.
Warts (charms for), 19. 36. 68. 150. 181. 226. 430.
Wasps, 165.
Wat the Hare, 349.
Watching the sepulchre, 270.
Water-marks of writing-paper, 310. 347.
Way (Albert) on etymological queries, 169.
- - on Master J. Shorne, 450.
W.(B.) on carucate of land, 75.
- - on collar of SS., 393.
- - on "news," "noise," 137.
- - on Red Sindon, 495.
W.(C.B.) on Byron's birthplace, 410.
Wdn. on York Building Company, 278.
Wedsecnarf on swords, 110.
- - on Folk-lore rhymes, 259.
- - on Countess of Desmond, 317.
- - on mice as a medicine, 510.
Weights for weighing coins, 326. 522.
"Welcome the coming, speed the parting guest." 134. 188.
Welle, Robert de, 71.
Wellington, 26.
Welsh Folk Lore. 388.
- - language, 136. 189.
Welsh money, 231. 346.
Wens, 36.
W.(E.N.) on meaning of "race" in ship-building, 72.
- - on California, 132.
- - on Feltham's works, 133.
- - on London Bridge is broken down, 338.
- - on Sir John Perrot, 217.
- - whence comes "Welcome the coming, speed the parting guest?" 134.
- - Winstanley's Loyal Martyrology, 95.
West, or stye in the eve, 37.
- - burial towards, 408.
- - (James), President of Royal Society, 382.
Westminster Abbey, Sir Harry Englefield's fabric accounts, 167.
Westminster wedding, 480.
W.(E.S.S.) on punishment of death by burning, 6. 51.
W.(F.) on Bishop Berkeley's successful experiments, 217.
W.(G.) on Cardinal Erskine, 406.
W.(H.) on Dulcarnon, 78.
- - on Fizgig, 238.
- - on Robert de Welle, 71.
Whales, 307.
Whetstone of Reproof, its authorship, 231.
W.(H.H.) on Dr. Bowring's translations, 219.
Whichcote (Dr.), 33.
Whipping by women, 463.
"Whistling wife," 226.
White (A. Holt) on black doll at old store shops, 511.
- - (Rev. Joseph Blanco), 47.
Whitsuntide, etymology at, 129.
Whole Duty of Man, author of, 292.
Widow of the Wood, 468.
Wife on trial, 151.
Wilkinson (Henry) on aërostation, 251.
- - on Armenian language, 189.
- - on mildew in books, 173.
- - on Zündnadel gulls, 343.
- - (T.T.) on geometry in Lancashire, 60.
- - on sirloin, 332.
Williams (Abp.), his persecutor R.K., 21.
William III., satirical poems on, 275.
William of Wykeham, 89. 110. 188.
Winchester School, MS. history of, 463.
Window, the low, 55. 111.
Winstanley's Loyal Martyrology, error in, 95.
Wise men of Gotham, 476. 520.
Witchcraft, a test of, 404.
Wither (George) mistake about, 293.
- - the poet, a printer, 390.
Witton (J.C.), coins of Constantius II., 42.
- - on guineas, 238.
- - on Welsh money, 231.
- - replies to numismatic queries, 42.
Wives, custom of selling, 217.
- - of ecclesiastics, 451.
Wizard, Michael Scott, 189.
W.(J.) on umbrellas, 25.
W.(J.K.R.) on Trianon, 13. 62.
- - on Steele's burial place, 414.
W.(J.L.) on a MS. Book of Prayers belonging to Queen Catherine Parr, 167.
W.(J.M.) On "One holy catholic and apostolic church." 217.
W.(J.R.) on Sir Oliver Chamberlaine, 327.
W.(J.S.) on ale draper. - Eugele Aram, 360.
- - on fool or a physician, &c., 316.
- - on Milton's "Penseroso," 345.
- - on Ringelbergius, 376.
- - on passage in Vida, 317.
W.(M.) on blackguard, 268.
- - on combs buried with the dead, 269.
- - on "Dat veniam corvis," 405.
W.(M.) on paper hangings, 268.
- - on parallel passages, 263.
Wn. on Cosas De España, 39.
W.(O.) on portraits of Stevens, Cotton, and Bunyan, 476.
Wolsey (Cardinal), traditional story concerning, 390.
Woman, the first one formed from a rib, 213. 261.
Wood-carving in Snow Hill, 134. 220.
Wood, the Widow of the, 406.
Worcester, Scotch prisoners at, 297. 350.
Words, small, 377.
Wordsworth (Wm.), 145.
Worm of Lambton, 27.
Wormwood wine, 286. 345.
- - and eisell, 315.
Wraxen (meaning of). 267. 366.
Wreford (J. Reyneil, D.D.) on the remains of James II., 427.
Wrustum or Wursum, its etymology, 158. 170.
W.(S.), on Dutch language, 188.
- - on William of Wykehann, 188.
W.(T.) on Bible and key, 5.
- - on Ergh, Er, or Argh, 22.
- - on popular rhyme, 356.
- - on unknown portrait, 217.
W.(T.T.) on divination at marriages, 117.
- - on "Trash," or "Skriker," 53.
- - on cure for warts, 68.
W.(W.) on Billingsgate, 135.
- - on Pope and Bishop Burgess, 310.
Wylgeforte (St.), 381.
Wyrwast, 26.


X.

X.(A.R.) on Robertson of Muirtown, 253.
X. on author of "Speak the tongue that Shakspeare spoke," 135.


Y.

Y. on Echo Song, 499.
Y. (E.H.) on wife of Edward the Outlaw, 279.
Yeowell (J.) on Old St. Pancras Church, 496.
- - on the oratories of the nonjurors, 354.
Y. (J.) on Nicholas Ferrar and the Arminan Nunnery of Little Gidding, 444.
- - on sitting during the Lessons, 397.
York Building Company, 278.
- - Cathedral, Carter's drawings of, 40.
Yorke (Charles), verses attributed to, 7.
Yorkshire dales, guide to, 154. 220.
- - ballads, 478.
"Yote," or "yeot," derivation of, 89. 220.
Y.(S.H.) on Viscount Castlecomer, 376.
- - on Judge Cradock, 376.
- - on descent of Edward IV., 375.
- - on Shakspeare and George Herbert, 373.
Y.(T.) on the word "after," in Rubric, 424.


Z.

Z. on coronet, 297.
Zündnadel guns, 247. 343.
Z.(X.) on butchers' blue dress, 485.
- - high spirits a sign of calamity, 150.
- - on passage in Love's Labour Lost, 490.
- - on "To save one's bacon," 499.
Z.(X.Y.) on early influence of Christianity, 267.
Z.(Z.A.), tobacco in the East, 41.


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