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Aungier (George), his MS. Diary, 286.

Bates (Wm.) on providential escapes, 417.
“Aunt Sally," who is she ? 46. 117. 157.

Time: past, present, and future, 245.
A. (W. L.) on error in the Bible, Eph. ii. 13., 66.

Tooth and egg metal, 214.
Discoverer of Staten Land and Lemaire's passage, Bath family of Devon, 54. 137.
44.

Bathe (Peter), his lineage, 54. 137.
Aylmer (John), Bishop of London, his parentage, 287. Battiscombe family, 99.
394. 481.

Baugé, the battle of, 288. 394.

Bayles (Bishop), inquired after, 145.
B.

Baythorne family, 369.

B. (D.) on “ Pilgrimage of Good Intent," 492.
B. on the American standard, 258.

Stars, or Jewish documents, 178.
Atour, its meaning, 413.

Be. on Timbs's Anecdote Biography, 178.
Blake family pedigree, 7.

Beadles' verses at Christmas, 464.
Juxon (Abp.), his gold cups, 409.

Beamont (W.) on pencil writing, 318.
Penrhyn (Lord): Hodges, 248.

Beard (Thomas), Cromwell's schoolmaster, 371.
Schuyler (Capt.), 495.

Beattie family, 147. 216.
B. on Bishop Bedell, 152.

Beaulieu (Luke de), prebendary of Gloucester, 307.
Colley Cibber and John Gay, 1.

Beaumont (Dr. Joseph), dedication to his “ Pysche," 177.
Ficher, a Commonwealth poet, 487.

Beaumont (Francis), his poems, 206.
B. (A.) on the four Georges, 169.

Beauséant, its etymology, 458.
Moorfields in Cromwell's time, 494.

“ Beauties of England and Wales," reprint suggest ed
Photographs of Elgin marbles, 317.

66.
"Babington (C. c.) on Colchicum autumnale, 454. Beck (Cave), noticed, 422.
Babylon, works relating to, 28. 78.

B. (E. D.) on L'Amie family, 160.
Bachauinont's Mémoires Secrets, 447.

Bedwell (Thomas), geometrician, 29. 74.
Bacon House, Aldersgate, 247.

Bede (Cuthbert) on Dr. James Bradley, 371.
Bacon (Sir Francis), Sam. Jennens' dedicatory letter to, Christmas at Exeter in 1737, 465.
408.

Cock-knee, 492.
Bacon (Thomas Sclater), his Diary, 448.

Cromwell (Oliver), a wool-grower, 88.; his school-
B. (A. H.) on Pallens, as used by Virgil, 168.

master, 371.
Balkaile, or Balcaile, 60.

Fall-of-the-leaf saying, 364.
Banff (Lord), his family, 57.

Going up Johnson's End, 249.
Banks (Sir Joseph), letter to Geo. Chalmers, 29.

Hamilton (Lady), her pictures, 389.
Banns published after the Nicene Creed, 18. 79. 115. Leighton, orthography of the name, 398.
Baptism, fees for, 370. 452.

Liver and Crow, 384.
Baptismal double names, 291.

St. Cattern's day, 464.
Baptismal names, 56. 120. 339. 455.

Yule baby, 464.
Baptismal names of Protheza and Dolzabatt, 494. Bedford (W. K. R.) on De Wolfo's daughter, &c., 386.
Barbadoes, names on monuments, &c., 404. 480.

Marshall Duc de Berwick, 174.
Barker (Christopher), printer, 247.

Bedell (Bp.), notes on his Life by Burnet, 61. 97.; do-
Barker (Henry), on Bishop Woodward, 210.

cuments respecting in State Paper Office, 152.
Barm and yeast, their difference, 229. 298. 314. B. (E. F.) on fragment of an old Romance, 46.
“ Barnabee's Journal,” date of the first edition, 421. Beggars' petition from Winchester, 401.
519.

Bellamy (Rev. Daniel), bis dramatic Ode, 129.
Barnard (Rev. Edw. W.), his Poems, 119.

Bell·inscriptions at St. Neots, 336.
Barnard (Frances C.), authoress, 69. 155.

Bell, the Great Tom of Oxford, 465.
Barnes (Barnabe), quoted, 182.

Belle, Poor, who was she? 37.
Barneveldt, Dutch tragedy on his death, 472. 518. Bellmen at Christmas, 464.
Barons and baronets, 86. 220.

Bells, cage for, 66.; submerged, 19.
Bar-Point on Napoleon II., 429.

Beloe (Wm.), Key to his “ Sexagenarian," 33. 93.
Barré (Col. Isaac), portrait, 30.

Benedictines of St. Maur, 399.
Barrett of Essex, 450. 517.

Benlli Gawr, i. e. Benlli the Giant, 342.
Barricades first used, 427.

Bentley (Dr. Richard), his cure for sore eyes, 479.
Bartholinus, reference in, 147. 259. 521.

Berwick (Marshal Duc de), his arms, 108. 174. 240.
Bartholomew Fair, Basire's plate of, 247.

Best (Thomas), angler, his epitaph, 64.
Bartley (Sir Wm.), his play " Cornelia,” 428.

Beta on Busby, a military cap, 429.
Basilican customs, 370.

Sir Dudley Carleton's letters, 29.
Basire (J.), plate of Bartholomew Fair, 247.

Betton (Thomas), bis charitable bequests, 289.
Bastard, its derivation, 178. 279. 416.

B. (F. C.) on Atour, 519.
Bastard (Thomas), epigram, 183.

Black-currant Rob, 471.
Bates (Wm.) on burial in an upright posture, 296.

Flints in the drift, 409.
“Call a spade a spade," 58.

Montreal bridge, 410.
Character of the Germans, 224.

Napoli and its cognates, 410.
« Le Démon de Socrate," 119.

Nipa palm (Nipa trecticans), 387.
Neubusens' "Theatre of Ingenuity,” 420.

Paraphernalia, 438.
Parr (Dr.), and tobacco, 12.

Spectre of the Brocken, 477.

B. (G.) on George Keate, 189. .
B. (H.) on MS. discovered at Cambridge, 479.

Jacobite's Curse: Macartney, 481.
B. (H. S. K.) on Leckhampton custom, 363.
Bible by Barker, 1495, 170. 217. 316.
Bible, early Italian versions of, 306. 417.
Bible, error in Eph. ii. 13, 66. 97.
Bible, MS. used by the translators, 230. 297. 395.
Bible, Sixtine editions, 78. 137.
Bible, the Tigurine, 1543, 430.
Bibliothecar. Chetham on College salting, 10.

Salt mines, the first, 159.
Bibliography, Sotheby's projected work on, 489.
Bibliography, works on, 91.
Bidloo (Godfrey), a poet, 228.
Billingborough or Boiling-borough, 326.
Bingham (C. W.) on Cossimorus, 190.

Hesiod v. Milton, 437.
Quotation from Byron, 459.
Tavus, its etymology, 318.

Ussher (Abp.), his manuscripts, 481.
Birds flying from cholera, 428.
Births, extraordinary, 471. 520.
Bishops and their baronies, 227. 280. 335. 516.
Bishops-Waltham“ blaoks,” 401.
B. (J.) on Blackstone's portrait, 436.
B. (J. S.) on Platty, a provincialism, 435.
B. (K.) on ghost in the Tower, 145.

Books recently published :

Miss, as a title, 169.
Black, as a surname, 348.
Black-currant Rob, 471.
Blackiston, or Blackstone family, 387.
Black-letter type, its disuse, 80.
Blackstone family, 387.
Blackstone (Judge), his portrait, 190. 335. 436.
Blair (Geo.) an inventor of the electric telegraph, 22.
Blake, family pedigree, 7.
Blank verse, origin of, in England, 302. 403. 452. 498.
Bliss (Dr. Philip) on Brathwait's “Barnabee Journal”

and “ Panarete,” 421.; his selections from old poets,

181. 204. 221.
Blondin outdone 200 years ago, 406. 522.
Blood (Col.) and the Tower regalia, 510.
Blood (Wm.) on spiders' web, 6.
Blount (Lady), noticed, 127.
B. (M.) on Bug as a provincialism, 199.

Buff': “ To stand buff," 218.
Bodleian Catalogue, errors in, 44.
Boleyn and Hammond families, 116. 171.
Bonaparte family, 429. 517.
Bonaparte (Napoleon), only passport to England signed

by him, 143.
Bookbinder wanted, 491.
Books burnt, 106.
Books dedicated to the Deity, 60. 177. 216. 258. 319.

418. 483.
Books, odd titles of, 367.
Book stamps, armorial, 409.
Books recently published: -

Andersen's Tales for Children, 484.
Archæologia Cantiana, 358
Babrius' Fables, translated by Davies, 240.
Baronius' Discours sur l'Origine des Russiens, 179.
Bell's Shakspeare's Puck, vol. ii., 440.
Bollaert's Researches in New Granada, &c., 300.

Book of Vagabonds and Beggars, 120.
Boys' Book of Ballads, 484.
Blunt's Essays in Quarterly Review, 502.
Brent's Canterbury in Olden Time, 80.
Brunet's Manuel du Libraire, 320.
Buckland's Curiosities of Natural History, 120.
Burke's Vicissitudes of Families, 40.
Cædmon's Fall of Man, by Bosanquet, 200.
Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series, 1574–

1660, 524.
Camden Society : Foxe's Narratives of the Days of

the Reformation, 80.
Carlyle (Dr. Alex.), his Autobiography, 439.
Carter's Medals of the British Army, 200.
Collett's Poems, 300.
Connellan on the Great Bardic Institution, 320.
Cook's Every-Day Book, 120.
Cook's (Capt.) Voyages, by John Barrow, 440.
Crawford's Epistle to the Romans, 100.
Cuvier's E'loges Historiques, 399.
D’Alton's King James's Army List, 240.
Daunou: Discours sur l'E'tat des Lettres au

XIIIe siècle, 399.
Debary's History of the Church of England, 300.
De la Rue's Diaries, &c., 358. 378.
Demaus' Introduction to English Literature, 160.
Dictionary of Contemporary Biography, 524.
Dresser's Popular Manual of Botany, 440.
Drummond's Speeches in Parliament, 140.
Dunlop's Hunting in the Himalaya, 40.
Eden's Easton and its Inhabitants, 120.
Elvin's Hand-Book of Mottoes, 240.
Farrar's Essay on the Origin of Language, 440.
Gatty's Parables from Nature, 484.
Gerson (Jean), Sermon inédit de, 179.
Gooroo Simple, 378.
Gutch's Literary and Scientific Register, 503.
Herbert (Lord), Expedition to the Isle of Rhé, 140.
Hervey's Rhetoric of Conversation, 100.
Home Life of English Ladies in the Seventeenth

Century, 378.
Hook’s Lives of the Abps. of Canterbury, 502.
Hulls's Description of New-invented Machine, 80.
Ingledew's Ballads of Yorkshire, 20. 121.
Keightley's Manse of Mastland, 378.
Kilvert's Memoirs of Bishop Hurd, 120.
Lamartine's Memoirs of Celebrated Characters, 80.
Lee's Legends from the Fairy Land, 484.
Lee's Lectures on the Church of Scotland, 20.
Letts's Analytical Index, 503.
Liber Albus, translated by H. T. Riley, 320.
Lloyd's Supplement to his List of Aquaria, 200.
Luck of Ladysmede, 20.
Mac Cabe's Agnes Arnold, 378.
Masson's Introduction to French Literature, 358.
Moore's Memoirs and Correspondence, 140. 300.
Murray's Hand-Book for Berks, Bucks, and Os.

fordshire, 300.
Murray's Hand-Book of South Wales, 200.
Our English Home, 20.
Papworth's Ordinary of British Armorials, 240.
Pauli's Pictures from Old England, 358.
Pecock (Bp.), The Repressor of Over-much Blam-

ing of the Clergy, 99.
Burnet (Bp. Gilbert), his character by Dr. Hickes, 124.;
Brewster (Sir David) on the inventor of the electric his manuscripts, 105. 174.; Life of Bedell, with
telegraph, 22.

Books recently published :-

British Museum, its principal librarians, 281.
Pepper's Play-Book of Metals, 484.

Brooke (R.) on fire-places in church towers, 257.
Poets' Wit and Humour, 524.

Broughain (Lord), discoverer of photography, 446.
Prior's Ancient Danish Ballads, 200..

Brougham peerage, 405.
Quarterly Review, No. 215, 80.

Brown (Sir James), of Barbadoes, 511,
Quitard's E'tudes sur les Proverbes, 259.

Browne (Wm.), lines“ To his Milisa,” 205.
Reliquary, No. I., 80.

Bruce (John) on Dr. Rock and the Harrow brass, 73.
Ring's Essai sur la Rigsmaal-Saga, 179.

Father Rector of Bruxelles, 117.
Ring's His oire des Peuples Opiques, 180.

Bruxelles, the Father Rector of, 28. 117.
Salad for the Social, 320.

B. (R. W.) on German heroine, 287.

Manchester riots, 185.
Seagrave's Hymns and Spiritual Songs, 300.
Sedgwick's Index of Psalms and Hymns, 80.

Marlborough (Duchess of ), birth-place, 306.
Shakspeare's Tempest Illustrated, 483.

Bryan (Philip), his “ Alphabet of Arms,” 210.
Solar's Catalogue de la Bibliothèque, 400.

Bryans (J. W.) on St. James of Calatrava, 148.
Spectator, with Notes (Routledge), 80. 300.

Knights of Malta, 479.
Stafford's Life of the Blessed Virgin, 240.

B. (S. B.) on Ebenezer Picken, 457.
Staunton's Family and School Geography, 320.

Bubble and Squeak explained, 371.
Stebbing's Lives of Italian Poets, 200.

Buchanan (Rev. J. L.), and Dr. Wm. Thomson, 412.
Stephens' Two Leaves of King Waldere's Lay, 40.

Bucke (Charles), quarrel with Edm. Kean, 307.
Sylvester's Garland of Christmas Carols, 502.

Buckingham (Geo. Villiers, 1st Duke), strange incident
Timbs's Anecdote Biography, 358.

connected with his death, 23. 135.
Tissot's De la Santé des Gens de Lettres, 260.

Bucknall (Wm.), M.D., his family, 348.
Tomlinson's Popular Astronomy, 140.

Buckton (T. J.) on American rivers, 217.
Tuckett's Devonshire Pedigrees, 240.

Babylon, works on, 78.
Viollet-le-Duc's Essay on Military Architecture,

Bible, authorised version, 297.

Carnival at Milan, 18. 252.
524.
Waagen's Hand-Book of Painting, 160.

Druse magic, or table-turning, 344.
Whitelocke's Memoirs of Buistrode Whitelocke,

Druses, their religion, 284.; origin of, 426.

Hippolytus of Euripides, lines from, 521.
502.
Wilkins's Political Ballads, 501.

Israelitish costume, 196.

Jordan river, 157.
Wise's Shakspeare: liis Birth-place, 483.
Wolf's Jahrbuch für Romanische und Englische

Magnetic declination, 132. 219.

Martel (Charles), 276.
Literatur, 160.
Wood's Existence of the Deity, 100.

Merchant adventurers, 439.
Wood's Illustrated Natural History, 100.

Napoli, Naples, &c., 516.

Pallens, 239.
“ Bookseller's Opera," inquired after, 441.

Savoy and Saxe-Cobourg Gotha, 454.
Bookworm on a bookbinder wanted, 491.

Scriptures, apocryphal, 271.
Booth (Charles) on Dublin Drawing Society, 134.

Vowel points, 59.
Boulogne, MS. plan of, 70. 197.

Buff: “ To stand buff," 218. 310. 375.
Bourdeaux Testament, 331. 372. 416. 445.

Bug, a provincialism, 199.
Bowles (Wm. Lisle), v. Roscoe, 381.

Bug, Cimex lectularius, 38. 98.
Bowring (John), his petition to James II., 67.

Bugle, an animal, 493.
Boydell (John), Lord Mayor, bis arms, 228.

Bull of Paul IV., 307. 393.
Boyland (Sir Richard), Justice itinerant, 88.

Bull (John), Mus. Doctor, 301.
Boyne, diary of the battle of, 326. 417.

Bullivant, its derivation, 18.
Brackley (Lady Elizabeth), noticed, 127.

Bullokar (Wm.), his " Bref Grammar," 278.
Bracton (Henry), a judge of the Common Pleas, 208. Bunny,” its etymology, 49.
256. 319.

Bunyan (John), portrait, 171.
Bradley (Dr. James), Savilian professor, portraits, 371. Bunyan (Thomas), son of the Dreamer, 307.
Braithwaite (J.) on “Barnabee's Journal,” 519.

Burial, mural, 16.
Brandon (Lady Frances), her marriage and children, 46. Burial ground, form for consecrating a private, 169.
Brathwait (Richard), date of the first edition of " Bar- Burial in an upright posture, 159. 297. 396. 520.
nabee's Journal,” 421. 519.

Burial of the Dead, simple music for, 410. 458.
Brawn, its preparation, 429. 478.

Burn (J. S.) on books burnt, 106.
Brazil, its discoverer, 449.

Bugs in 1625, 98.
Breaking-up in the Netherlands, 185.

Fees for baptism, 452.
Breaks (Thomas), epitaph at Epsom, 63.

German church in London, 54.
Brede Lepe, its derivation, 428. 520.

Phillis Court, near Henley, 429.
Breeze ho! (General), a toast, 78.

notes, 61.
Bride and bridegroom, an aged, 286.

Burns (Robert), similarity of sentiment between him
Bridlington (John de), bis manuscripts, 48.

and others, 305. 397.; " The Jingler,” lines attributed
Britain 1116 B.C., 19. 79.

to him, 43. 158. 459.; “ The Whistle,' date of the
Britannicus (Joannes), his classical annotations, 48. contest, 423.; unpublished lines, 510.

Burrow (Reuben), translations from the Sanscrit, 309. Carleton (Chris.), particulars of, 386.
“Burthen'd Pilgrim Releas'a,” 90.

Carleton (Sir Dudley), his early letters, 29.
Busby, a cap used by the Royal Artillery, 429.

Carlisle on early notices of the name Shakspeare, 122.
Butler (Alban), biography, 79.

Carnival at Milan, 18. 151. 252.
Butler (Billy), the hunting parson, 426. "

Caroline (Queen), wife of George II., 1.
Butler (James) on Ireland in the last century, 324. Cary family, co. Devon, 210. 280.
Butts family, fictitious pedigree, 106.

Caryll (John Lord), his peerage, 102. 215. 337.
B. (W.) on etymologies, 226.

Cassandra," by G. de Costes, 111.
B. (W. H.) on birds flying from cholera, 428.

Castle Rising, its ancient arms, 190.
B. (W. H. G.) on Hume of Castle Hume, 385.

Cat and Fiddle, an inn sign, 36. 98.
Byng (Admiral), his death, 324.

Catalogue, library descriptive, 16.
Byron (Lord), and his printer Ridge, 362.

Catapult described, 103.
Catherall (Samuel), Poem, 522.

Catherine (St.), observation of her feast, 464.
C.

“ Causidicade," personal allusions in it, 412. 453. 496.

Cavendish (Lady Jane), noticed, 127.
C. on Dr. Archer's wit, 208.

C.(B.) on hint to publishers, 66.
" Essays on British Antiquities," 110.

C. (B. H.) on ancient ballad, 367.
Honorable, as a prefix to peers' sons, 494.

Apocryphal books, 271.
Hymn : " Oft in sorrow," &c., 169.

Dedications to the Deity, 258.
Jackson arms and pedigree, 449.

Codex Sinaiticus, 313.
Lepell (Mrs.), 76.

Oliphant Elephant, 419.
Richards's Welsh Dictionary, 9.

Shakspeare's Othello, 269.
Vignette in Clarke's Repertorium Bibliographicum, Skull-cups, 384.
495.

C. (C. A.) on St. George's in the East anticipatel, 364.
Cage for bells, 66.

C. (C. W.) on Ferrandine or Ferrandeen, 297.
Cairns, a note on, 25.

C. (D.) on Dildrum, King of the Cats, 463.
Calatrava, a military order, 148.

C. (E.) on “ As poor as Job's turkey," 229.
Calderon's “ Life's a Dream,” its translator, 428.

Merchants' marks, 229.
Calkewell Hill, its locality, 472.

Cecil (Wm.) Lord Burleigh, “ Memoirs,” 496.
Calver (J.) on tavern signs, 295.

Celtic sirnames, 295.
Cambridge, early MS. discovered at, 428. 479.

Centenarianism, 15. 56. 129. 155. 176. 198. 218. 297.
Cambridge brawn, its preparation, 429. 478.

317.
Cambridge ceremony on Nov. 5th, 428.

Centum sign, 117. 216. 319.
Cambridge memorabilia : Mansel, Mathias, and Far- Centurion on Chinese collection, 409.

C. (F.) on derivation of Buff, 375.
Campbell of Dunstaffnage, 29.

Mews, its derivation, 489.
Campbells of Monzie, 193. 335.

Names of the wren in different languages, 406.
Camden (Wm.), biography of by Anstis, 2.

Sheep and mutton, 520.
Cantab. on marriages before noon, 148.

Stoope-gallant age, 435.
Cantabrigiensis on Oxford honorary degrees, 450. C. (G. A.) on Calkewell Hill, 172.
Cantianus on Dugdale's MS. collections, 76.

Nelson of Chaddleworth, 500.
Cantilupe (St. Thomas), Bishop of Hereford, 254. 332. Weston family, 500.
Canton (John), his magnets, 281.

Chadwick (J. N.) on Captain Rich, 393.
Cantrell (Rev. Henry), noticed, 18.

Cbalices, inscription on ancient, 303.
Canadian song, 368. 436.

Chalking the Psalms on a slate, 406.
Canning (Hon. Geo.), political poem by, 69. 220. Chalmers (Dr. Thomas) on the Church of England,
Canterbury (Abp. of), degrees conferred by, 325.

267. 318.
Capellanus on chaplains of bishops and peers, 325. Chambers (Sir Robert), Sanskrit MSS., 430.
Captain resident in London in 1721, 108.

Chancels of churches, their form, 68. 118. 253. 312.
Caradoc Freichfras, 217. 251. 315.

357. 393. 430.
Cardonnel (Adam), noticed, 239.

Chaplains of bishops and peers, 325.
Cardonnel (Mansfeldt), noticed, 239. 456.

Chapman (Dr.) on the efficacy of the spider's web, 172.
Cards, foreign names of playing, 449.

Chapman (Geo.), song of Love and Beauty, 221.
Cards, playing : Tarots, 398.

Chapter of accidents, 241.
Carew (C. F.) on cities turned into stone, 123.

Char : charwoman, derivation of, 87. 134.
Wilkes's Autobiography, 90.

Charles I., his “Remember" on the scaffold, 164.
Carew (Thomas), poems by, 222.

Charles II. solicited to exclude James II., 29. 78.; his
Carey, governor of Guernsey, 329. 497.

witty sayings, 90.
Carey (C. S.) on Temple at Tivoli, 369.

Charles V., Emperor, MS. relating to, 408.
Carey (Dr. Henry), poet, 301.

Charnock (Jobn), “ Loyalty, or Invasion Defeated," 229.
Carey (P. S.) on ale and beer, 334.

316.
Church chancels, 312. 431.

Charnock (R. S.) on Antrobus, 118.
Leighton and Carey, 497.

Bastard, its etymology, 416.
Maudlen cup, 475.

Charnock's “Loyalty,” 316.
Carey (Thomas), poet, 424. 519.

Charwoman, its derivation, 135.

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Charnock (R. S.) on cockpenny, 438.

Clinker (Humphry) on ladies' equestrianism temp.
Henshaw, orthography of the name, 396.

Richard II., 187.
Legendary painting, 336.

Shaksperian portraits, 122. 402.
Seson family, 176.

"Cloak Knavery," a ballad, 109. 219.
Shakspeare, derivation of, 122.

Clothworkers' Company arms, 295.
Turnbull, a surname, 491.

Clovis,” a poem, 228.
Widercombs, or vidrecome, 522.

Cobbett (Wm.), Sayers's satirical lines on, 293.
Yepsond, its derivation, 375.

“ Cock and Magpie,” an inn sign, 35.
Zinc, its derivation, 398.

Cockle (James) on mathematical bibliography, 162. 309.
Chatterton (Thomas), and the Rowley contr rsy, 282. Cockney, gin of the word, 11. 295. 314.
Chaucer at King's Lynn, 510.

Cockpenny, its derivation, 387. 437.
C. (H. B.) on reference to Bartholinus, 521.

Cock-throwing in 1737, 464.
Hiffernan (Paul), 17.

Coddington racecourse, 126.
Judæus Odor, 116.

Codex Sinaiticus, discovered by Dr. Tischendorf, 313.
Kant's wig, 109.

335.
Law and poison, 418.

Coffins, stone, adopted in burials, 228. 296. 391.
Ride ». Drive, 459.

Cogan (John), apothecary, epitaph, 63.
Stench and smell, 59.

Coins, slang nomenclature of, 171. 237. 295. 316.
Vulgar errors in law, 391.

Colchester, scald-codling fair at, 109.
Trigueros, writings of, 432.

Colchicum autumnale, 419. 454.
C. (H. C.) on derivation of Pun, 339.

Cold Harbour, 118.
Walking round a church, 463.

Cole of Twickenham, family arms, 139.
Chener (Polecarp) on a Christmas ditty, 471.

Cole (Wm.), notes on Burnet's Life of Bedell, 61,
Chesterfield (Lord), opinion of music, 427.

Coleman (James) on “ Suffolk Mercury,” 168.
Children unbaptized, 184.

Collectioner, what ? 28. 98.
Children's drama, 168. 318.

College pots and maudlen cups, 346. 435. 474.
Chiming queries, 190.

College salting, its origin, 10. 58. 198.
Chinese collection at Knightsbridge, its fate, 409. “ Collino custure me!" an Irish song, 506.
Chinese prophecy, 418.

Collins (Mortimer) on blank verse, 453.
Cholera, birds flying from it, 428.

Witty renderings, 449.
Cholera in Ireland and the holy ashes, 425.

Collins (Samuel), M.D., Censor of the College of Phy-
Christ-Crosse Row, 50.

sicians, 42.
Christ's birth mistimed, 269.

Collins (Sainuel), M.D., Registrar of the College of
Christmas at Court in 1603, 461.; observed at Exeter Physicians, 42.

in 1737, 464.; carols and drink, 464.; mummers, Collins (Samuel), Vicar of Braintree, 42.
464.; waits and whifflers, 465. ;

Collins (Samuel), M.D., son of the Vicar of Braintree, 42.
Christmas tree, origin of it, 363.

Collins (Dr. Samuel), Provost of King's College, 42.
Church, walking round one at marriages, 463.

Collyns (W.) on Cat and Fiddle sign, 98.
Church architecture, its meaning, 49. 118.

“Stare per antiquas vias,” 471.
Church towers, 56. 118.

Colman (Geo.), Jun., “ The Battle of Hexham,” 171.
Churchdown on witty despatches, 124.

Cologne, ancient stained glass from, 266. 395. 438.
Churchyard tomb records, 63.

Columbus (Christopher), his letters, 242. 279.
Cibber (Colley) as laureat, 1.

Commemoration Sermons, 128. 177.
Cicero, English translations, 347. 522.

Commissary Court at Edinburgh, 170. 199.
Cities turned into stone, 123.

Commissioners for Propagating the Gospel in Wales, 448.
C. (J. L.) on John Rogers's portrait, 472.

Comprimbre in Kent, its locality, 169.
Clammild on Joseph D- i. e. Joseph Cottle, 277. Conciliator on a pacificatory precedent, 87.
Magnetic declination, 69.

Confession in verse, 108. 155. 218. 433. 522.
Puns, unintentional, 286.

Conge at Yarmouth explained, 137.
Stars compared to sentries, 88.

Congé d'élire pursued temp. Henry VI., 87.
Clapham, Beds., bell inscriptions, 336.

Conjure: Injure, 326.
Clarach on Joannes Britannicus, 48.

Conscience money, early notice of, 511.
“ Paradise of the Soul,” 375.

Conyers family arms, 139.
Clarendon (Henry, Earl of), his note book, 306. Cooke family arms, 139. 277. 394.
Clarke (Miss Anne), of Shipston, 230.

Cooke (C.) on harvest bell, 356.
Clarke (Hyde) on Levant Notes and Queries, 345. Cooke (Thomas), of Stoke Newington, his burial, 296.
Clarke (Margery), monument at Sevenoaks, 328. Cooper of Surrey, crest and motto, 305.
Clary on chiming queries, 190.

Cooper (C. H.) on John Amyatt, 78.
Digges (Sir Dudley), 218.

Farrendine, 170.
Clavel (John), highwayman, 442.

Fratres de Sacco, 131.
Clay (Alderman Hercules), his bequest, 176.

Cooper (C. H. & Thompson) on Thomas Bedwell, 29.
.Clay (W. L.) on the old system of transportation, 369. Cantrell (Henry), 18.
Clerical incumbents, their longevity, 76. 119. 158. 315. Collins (Samuel), five of that name, 42.
Clever, its meaning in America, 67. 138. 160. 178. 317. Cotgrave (Randle), particulars of, 9.
Clifford's Inn registers, 472.

Greenhalgh (Dr. John), 28.
Clifton of Leighton Bromswold, 317.

Rauthwell (Richard), 428.

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