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Fall-of-the-leaf saying, 364.

Ford (Rev. Thomas) Catalogue of Musicians, 188.
Farmer (Dr. Richard), satirical lines on, 41,

Forenoon men, 228.
Farrendine, a cloth, 170. 199. 297. 376.

Forster (John), error in his “Lives of Eminent States.
Farringdon ward, list of its aldermen, 109.

men," 382.
Faulkener (Edw.) on Greek penmanship, 177.

Fortescue (Sir Francis), his death, 336.
F. (C. M.) on Carey, governor of Guernsey, 329. Foss (Edward) on King's prerogative in Impositions, 39.
Felbrigg brass, its present condition, 367. 416. 432. Francis (Sir Philip), his copy of “ Strafforde's Letters,”
Fellowes (W. D.), “ Visit to La Trappe,” 13.

491.
Female midwives, 337. 524.

Fratres de Penitentia at Lynn, 68. 131.
Ferguson (Rob.) on derivation of Shakspeare, 15. Fratur (Herus) on Bishop Bayles, 145.
F. (H.) on James Sayers, “ The New Games at St. Charter of Charles II., 394.
Stephen's, 220.

Ely cathedral monuments, 124.
Toads found alive in stone coffins, 10.

Greene (Maurice), Mus. Doctor, 292.
Ficher or Fisher (P.), a Commonwealth poet, 487.

Nelson of Chaddleworth, 176.
Fidelis on Intrepid Conduct of Mr. Windham, 250.

Restoration song, 212.
Fife (Mordake, Earl of), his title, 287.

Sayers (James), caricaturist, 274:293.
“ Filho da Puta,” an inn sign, 36.

Frederick (Prince) of Wales, his death, 2. 56.
Finger-post rhyme, 320.

Freke (Wm.), “ The Allegorick Dictionary,” 483,
“Fire away, Flanagan," origin of the saying, 448. Freeman (S. C.) on Conjure: Injure, 326.
Fire-engine, early notice of, 255.

Gleaners' bell, 288.
Fire-places in church towers, 186. 256. 393.

Hatch, its old meaning, 316.
Fisher (Payne), Commonwealth poet, 487,

Paddlewheels, 98.
Fissure in church walls, 246.

Freeman (Thomas), epigrams, 182.
Fitz Fitz on Political Satires, 6.

French books, monthly feuilleton on,

179. 259, 399.
Fitzhopkins on Confession in verse, 433.

French puzzles, 26.
Le Bureau d'Esprit, 210.

Frere (G. E.) on the consecration of a private burial-
Legendary painting, 279.

ground, 169.
Mosheim and Morgan, 518.

Freshfield of Norwich, 90.
Rolliad queries, 45.

Frewen fainily, 385.
Socrates : " Le Démon de Socrate,” 69.

F. (R. J.) on Armorial bearings, 38. 240.
Fitz-James (James), Duke of Berwick, 108. 174.

Marshal Duc de Berwick, 175.
Fitzwilliams (Viscountess), 386. 435. 523.

Frost of 1789, 511.
F. (J.) on Barricades, 427.

F. (R. P.) on last pigtail at Cambridge, 517.
Flambard brass and its supposed want of evangelical Village greens, 280.
teaching, 49. 70.

Frumety, its preparation, 389. 434.
Fletcher (John), poet, his death, 430.; passage in F. (T.) on Frewen and Greene families, 385.
the “Faithful Shepherdess," act iii. sc. 1. 65.

Stuart adherents, 159.
Flints in the drift, 409.

Fuit on Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton, 314.
Flirt, its derivation, 60.

Furmety, how to be made, 388. 434.
Flood (Rt. Hon. Henry), “ Literary Remains,” 305. Fynderne family arms, 38.
Floyd, or Lloyd (John), the Jesuit, 176.

Fynmore (R. J.) ou Boleyn and Hammond families,
Fly-leaf scribblings, 45.

116.
F. (M. E.) on Blackstone's portrait, 335.

Richard, seventh Earl of Anglesey, 156.
Snoring of owls, 254.
F. (N. M.) on derivation of pun, 339.
Fodder (M. L.) on Bunny, its etymology, 49.

G.
Country tavern signs, 36.
Painting at Tatton-Hall, Cheshire, 248.

G. on Bisiiops and their baronies, 355.
Sanding before the door at marriages, 246.

Camden-Clarenceux, 2.
Folk Lore:

Knights created in Ireland, 55.

G. America, on Hervey family, 47.
Ague charms, 184. 364.

G. Edinburgh, on Astir, 196.
Breaking-up in the Netherlands, 185.

Dyvour's habit, 43.
Children unbaptized, 184.

Commissary court of Edinburgh, 199.
Doldrum, king of the cats, 463.

Riding the stang, 519.
Dutch folk-lore, 184.

G. 1. on Painting mentioned in the Old Testament, 378.
Dutch school relics, 185.

Toads found in stones, 276.
Fall-of-the-leaf saying, 364.

G. 2. on Golden verses of the Pythagoreans, 369.
Howth Castle, legend of, 462.

G. (A.) on “Doing gooseberry," 377.
Leckhampton custom, 363.

Gainsborough (Thomas), his picture “ The Peasant
Moon, three Sunday changes of, 184.

Girl going to a Brook," 290. 419.
Sabbath sun, 364.

Galiare (Abbé) on Europe as it would be, 66.
Toothache charms, 363.
Whitsunday custom at St. Priaval's, 184.

Galloway (Wm.) on James Ainslie, 132.

Acts of the Scottish Parliament, 155.
Wife-beaters in the Ahrthal, 185.

Campbell of Dionzie, 193.
Fontevrault Abbey and the royal statues, 186.

Cardonnel family, 239.

Galloway (Wm.) on Celtic surnames, 295.

G. (G. M.) on Trelawny (Sir Harry), 140.
Hereditary alias, 220.

Ghost in the Tower of London, 145. 192. 236. 277
Keith (Bp. Robert), 235.

291. 373. 477.
Keithock in Scotland, 160.

G. (H. S.) on Barret of Essex, 450.
Longevity, 155.

Boydell and Staines arms, 228.
Money value in Scotland, 167,

Figures in Weston church, 155.
Rutherford family, 178.

Newnham family, 448.
Gam on Hesiod v. Milton, 347.

St. Vedast alias Foster, 129.
Gantillon (P. J. F.) on Clerical incumbencies, 158.

Single supporters, 139.
Gonge, its meaning, 67.

Worcestershire badge, 127.
"Mors Mortis Morti," 55.

Gilbert (Robert), of Cantley, epitaph, 157.
Ordination fees, 25. -

G. (J.) Exon. on Bracton, 319.
Stolen brass, 54.

“ Paradise of the Soul,” its author, 299.
Garden (Peter), his longevity, 156.

G. (J. H.) on excommunication since the Reformation,
Gardiner (Dr. John), his burial, 159.

117.
Gardiner (S. R.) on James I. and the recusants, 81. G. (Jos.) on Cromwell and the Great Seal, 518.
413.

Fontevrault Abbey and the royal statues, 186.
King's prerogative in Impositions, 111.

Forged assignats, 521.
Gardner (J. D.) on burials in upright posture, 396.

Ruse (J.), first settler in New South Wales, 522.
Church chancels, 393.

Glass, medallions of old stained, 326.
Gardyne (Alex.) on Withers and Johnson, 276. Glass, spun, origin of it, 189.
Garibaldi, his ancestry, 167.; a Canadian, 208.; fa- Gleaners, coronation of the queen of, 285.
mily, 304.

Gleaners' bell in harvest time, 288. 356. 476.519.
Garrick (Darid), epigram on Quin, 191.

Glen (D.) on Billingborough, 326.
Garstin (J. R.) on alliterative inscriptions, 447.

Glendower (Owen), his tomb, 107.
Epitaph on Wm. Maginn, 137.

“ Gloria Patri” versified, 472.
Gloria Patri versified, 472.

Gloucester, the cobler of, 7.
Hereditary alias, 17.

Glover (Major), duel with Mr. Jackson, 350.
Heraldic visitations of Irish counties, 153.

Glynn (Dr. Robert), quarrel with Geo. Steevens, 282.
Irish bishops translated to England, 458.

G. (M. A. E.), on Merchant Adventurers, 515.
Verner and Lamy families, 159.

“ God and the King," its author, 26. 295.
Gatty (Dr. Alfred) on Lady Hamilton and Lord Nelson, “ God save the King,” its composer, 301.
389.

“ God's acre," early use of the phrase, 387.
Gatty (Margaret), on Dedications to the Deity, 60. Gold, the Kingdom of, a Fairy Tale, 467.
Gay (John), Ode for the New Year, 1.; his tutor, R. Golding (C.) on Baythorne family, 369.
Luck, 20.

Suffolk Mercury, 238.
Gay (Theophilus), M.D., 169.

Goldsmith (Oliver) as a student, 206.; portrait, 228.
Gay (William), M.D., 169.

398. 438.
Gayer (Sir John), his bequest, 128. 175. 238. 521. Gompertz (Benj.) mathematical works, 163.
G. (C.) on Slesvig, 334.

Gomersall (Robert), lines on Flattery of Ourselves,"
Genebelli (Fred.), military engineer, 75.

223.
“ Genuine Rejected Addresses,” contributors, 412. Gonge, its meaning, 67. 137.
George I., destruction of his will, 218.

Goodman (Bp. Godfrey), lines on, 265.
George II., blaspheinous eulogy on, 169.; satirized by Goodwin (John), his separate Works, 171.
Gay the poet, 1.

Goose offering to the King of Hungary, 471.
George III. and Hannah Lightfoot, 89.

Gooseberry: “ Doing gooseberry,” 307. 376.
George (Wm.) on John Gay's tutor, 20.

Gordon and Taafe families, 90.
Gerbert (Martin), “ De Cantu et Musica Sacra,” 9. Gorgio (A.) on the Gipsy language, 495.
Gerbier (B.) petition relating to Temple Bar, 384. Gosse (S.), lines to by L. Miller, 427.
German church in Austin Friars, 6. 54.

Gough (Richard) and Geo. Paton Correspondence, 249.
German heroine, H. E. Pleiburgias, 287.

509.
Germans: Do they possess wit ? 224. 317. 330. Gouldsmith (Jonathan), M.D., 305. 394.
Gernon (Anthony), " Paradise of the Soul," 248. 298. Government contractors, trick of, 324.
375.

Gower (John), “ The Castle Combat,” 472.
Gifford (Wm.) abuses Drummond, 425.

Gowrie (John Ruthven, 3rd Earl), his mother, 92.
Gilbert (J.) on Britain 1116 B.C., 19.

G. (R.) on Queen Eleanor and Fair Rosamond, 136.
Charles II. and the Duchess of Portsmouth, 78. Grafton (Aug. Henry Fitz Roy, 3d Duke), 27.
Gilbert (Mr.), “ History of Dublin,” 492.

Graves (Col.), temp. the Commonwealth, 368.
Gilchrist (Dr. J. B.), "Sukoontula-Natuk,” 189. Graves (James) on Council of Ireland, 387.
Gipsies, their origin, 149. 217.; language, 495.

Issue books of the Protector's exchequer, 370.
G.(G.) on Thomas Gyll, 75.

Greek penmanship, 128. 177.
G. (G. M.), on Sir Edward Dering, 8.

“Green Room Scuffle," a print, 474.
Descr ptive library catalogue, 16.

Greene family, 234. 292. 333. 386.
Diatessaron, 119.

Greene (John) of Enfield, 333.
Malermi's Italian Bible, 417.

Greene (Maurice), Mus. Doct., his family, 234. 292. 394.
Socrates, 96.

Greene (Dr. Thomas), Bishop of Ely, 292, 333.

Greenhalgh (Dr. John), his death, 28. 76.

Hart (W. H.) on Gleanings from Treasury Records, 321
Grenville (Dr. Denis) and the Romanists, 289. 377. Hartcliffe (John), his " Moral and Intellectual Vir-
Gresford, (E. C.) on family of Ap Rhys, 217.

tues," attributed to John Hales, 366.
Caradoc Freichfras, 315.

Hartlib (Rev. Michael), 369.
Lorica, or Golden Vest, 342.

Harvest, or gleaner's bell, 288. 356. 476. 519.
Portrait of Lord Nelson, 510.

Harvey (Daniel Whittle), his early aspiration, 109.
Grey (Lady Catherine), her heir of line, 349. 419. 480. Haslewood (Joseph) on Barnabee's Journal," 421.
Grosteste (Bp.) work on Husbandry, 47.

Hatch, as a local name, 107. 197. 238. 316.
Grove (Lesley), noticed, 471. 524.

Hatton (Christopher Lord), author of a Book of Psal-
Grys (Sir Robert le), monumental brass, 54.

mody, 4. 54. 95.
Guernsey market built without money, 230. 314. Hatton (Sir Christopher), portrait, 304.
Guizot (M.) on Shakspeare's Othello, 270.

Havard family, 256. 501.
Guldenstubbé (Baron de), story of a ghost, 291. Havelock (Sir Henry), called “ Napoleon,” 327.
Gundry (Nathaniel), satirised, 497.

Hawkins (Thomas), his works, 279. 397.
Gun flint manufacture, 246.

Hawkwood (Sir John), his “ Renowned History," 146.
Gunning (Bishop), noticed, 125.

Hawley (Thomas), Archdeacon of Dublin, 229.
Gunpowder plot papers, 142.

H. (C.) on Cary and Helyar families, 280.
Guns found red-hot in the sea, 146. 339.

Celebrated writer, 375.
Gutch (J. M.) on Dr. Bliss's selections from old poets, Dictum on Action, 397.
181. 204. 221.

Sea breaches, 376.
Hickes (Dr. George), notices of, 314.

H. (C. D.) on Bible by Barker, 217.
Sotheby's projected work on Bibliography, 489.

Nancy Dawson song, 110.
Gyll (Thomas), lawyer, 75.

Heath (John), epigram, 182.
H (E. D.) on Salvator Rosa's picture, 169.

Heidelberg Castle, 70.
H.

Hell-fire clubs, 77. 238.

Helmsley, a tune, 37.
H. on Archbishop Cranmer, 336.

Hempton (John) on Battle of the Boyne, 326.
End, as used by Bunyan, 158.

Henderson (Andrew), Scottish writer, 427.
Ghost in the Tower of London, 374.

Henshaw (Bishop Joseph), biography of, 161. 331.;
Reay country, 77.

orthography of the name, 396. 480.
Square play, 259.

Heraldic label, 255.
Trade marks, &c., 294.

Heraldic queries, 471.
Vaughan (Margaret), Welsh poetess, 211.

Heraldic tinctures indicated by lines, 87.
H. (A. B.) on Sir John Perring, 30.

Heraldic visitations of Irish counties, 89. 153. 197.
Habakkuk, allusion to in a carol, 386. 456.

Heraldry, nautical, 439.
Haddiscoe font, 411. 482.

Heralds' College, its legal functions, 197. 238.
Hagen (John), his literary labours, 85.

Heralds' note book, extracts from, 322.
Haggard (W. D.) on Thomas Carey, a poet of note, Herb, its pronunciation, 472.
591.

Herbert (William), Earl of Pembroke, sonnet, 221.
Garrick's epigram on Quin, 191.

Hereditary alias, 17. 196. 220. 298.
Heyrick (Robert), poet, 174.

Herodotus, the gold ants of, 16.
Hailstones in the dog-days, 189.

Heron of Chipchace, baronetcy, 228.
Haines (John), Archdeacon of Dublin, 229, 338. Hervey family, 47.
Hale (Sir Matthew) on Bishop's baronies, 355. 516. ; Hesiod and Milton, passage in both, 347. 437. 500.
MS. of his " Pleas of the Crown," 170.

Heyrick (Sir Wm.), jeweller to James I., 101. 174
Hales (Thomas), on Gough and Paton correspondence, 356. ; and the college pot, 346.
249.

Hickes (Dr. Geo.), his character of Abp. Leighton and
Hales (John) of Eton, author of " Moral and Intellec- Gilbert Burnet, 124. 213. ; MS. Life of, 268. 314. ;
tual Virtues," 366.

his Life of Dr. Wm. Hopkins, 314.
Halifax (Charles Montagu, Earl of), his wife, 188. 521. Highwaymen temp. Charles I., 442.
Halket (Sir Alex.), noticed, 32.

Hill (Alfred) on weather indicator, 96.
Hambleden parish church, 332.

Hill formation at Idle, 445.
Hamilton (Emma, Lady), particulars of, 343. 389. H. (F.) on Dutch tragedy of Barneveldt, 472.
Hamilton (Robert), sheriff of Lanark, 31.

Golden verses of the Pythagoreans, 437.
Hamilton (W. D.) on Excommunication since the Re- H. (F. C.) on Alban Butler's biography, 79.
formation, 154.

Berwick (Marshal Duc de), 240.
Lion and unicorn as supporters, 98.

Charms for ague and tootlache, 364. 463.
Hammond and Boleyn families, 116. 171.

Clever, a provincialism, 160.
Handel's Harmonious Blacksmith, 227.

Legendary painting, 97. 177.
Hainpden (John), his daughters, 116. 171.

Norwich, curious remains in, 523.
Hardd (Nefydd), 217. 251. 315.

“ Paradise of the Soul,” its author, 299.
Hardwicke (Lord Chancellor), satirised, 496.

Running toad, 246.
Harefield priory of Knights Hospitallers, 386.

Signs at Monkheath, Cheshire, 173.
Harlot, its derivation, 44.

Three Sunday changes of the moon, 256.

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Hiffernan (Paul), lines attributed to hiin, 17.

H. (V.) on Mrs. Thomas and the Duke of Montague,
H. (J.) on market built without money, 230.

107.
Quotation from Dr. Chalmers, 318.

H. (W.) on preparation of Brawn, 478.
H. (J. D.) on Bartholomew Thomas Duhigg, 419.

Coqueliner, 56.
H. (J. F. N.) on paintings by Swandaveld and Ibbetson, Pope Pius IX., 451.
145.

H. (W. I.) on nautical heraldry, 439.
Hochlander on Colonel Hooke, 79.

H.(W. W.) on judges' black cap, 97.
Hodges (Joseph), his family, 248. 436.

Hydrophobic patients smothered, 411.
Hodgkins (John), suffragan of Bedford, 472,

Hymn : “ Come, thou fount,” &c, 516.
Hogarth family, 258. 319.
Hogarth (Wm.), gold ticket for Vauxhall, 385.
Hoja (Cossum), the Tripoli ambassador, 321,

I,
Holbein, a reputed, 288.
Holden (Rev. J. R.), his longevity, 176. 377.

Ibbetson (Julius Cæsar), artist, 145. 199.
Home (Harvey), Lord Kames, “ Essays on British An- Ice islands in German Ocean, 512.
tiquities,” 110.

Ichneutes on Waterville family, 349.
Home (Sir John), husband of the daughter of Sir James I. (C. P.) on cockney, 295.
Dundas, 268.

Idle, hill formation at, 445.
Honorable, as a prefix to sons of peers, 494.

Ignoramus on the Oxford Act, 46.
Hooke (Col. Nathaniel), noticed, 19. 79.

I. (J.) on numbering houses in streets, 267.
Hooks and eyes, ver. Buttons, 108.

Impavidus on pavement, 147.
Hooker (Richard), his family, 17.

Impositions, debate on, 9.39. 111. 115.
Hoop and Pie, tavern sign, 305.

Ina on Prideaux of Barbadoes and Blake, 347.
Hoop and Three Tunns, tavern sign, 305.

Inchiquin (Lord), lines on his marriage, 165.
Hooper (J.) on church chancels, 253. 431.

Indagine (Joannes), his literary labours, 85.
Hopkins (Dr. Wm.), his Life by Dr. Hickes, 314. Ingall (Isaac), of Battle, his longevity, 297.
Hopper (čl.) on Lord Hatton's “ Book of Psalmody," 4. Ingledew (C. J. D.) on Answer to “ Phillida Flouts me,"
Leighton family, 257.

91.
Nicholas (Mr. Secretary), bis father, 166.

Ballads of Yorkshire, 20. 121.
Hoppesteres in Chaucer, explained, 227.523.

Love ballads and songs of England, 326.
Hops first cultivated in England, 335.

Ord (J. Walker), 140.
Horace, Ode, lib. v. carm. ii., 512.

Inglis (R.) on Adams' and Andrewes' Poems, 70.
Hornbooks, their history, 154.

Barnard (Frances C.), 69.
Horrocks, its meaning, 265.

Cicero, English translations, 347.
Horstius (James Merton), “ Paradise of the Soul,” 248. Clerical incumbencies, 76.
298.

Connoisieur, or Modern Fashions, 249.
Horton (Mrs. Anne), noticed, 77.

Davies (Myles), “ Pallas Anglicana,” 30
Hotten (J. C.) on the word clever, 67.

De Gueldre (Dr.), notice wanted, 267.
Houlton (Arthur) on derivation of artillery, 418.

Dramas for Children, 248.
House numbering, the modern, 267.

Du Prat's Literary Miscellanies, 270.
Howe (Sophia), maid of honour, 473.

Edwards (Miss), author of “ Otho and Rutha," 28.
Howth Castle, legend of, 462.

Jenner (Rev. Charles) of Claybrook, 30.
H. (R.) on Jos. Scaliger and St. Bartholomew massacre, Master of Edinburgh High School, 1633, 268.
89.

Nonjurors, list of, 289.
H. (R. E.) on Col. Barre's portrait, 30.

Oxford authors, 146.
Bibliography, works on, 91.

Pembroke (Rev. Charles), his university, 47.
Origin of Governments," 90.

Poetical periodicals, 118.
H. (S.) on Battiscombe family, 99.

Rant's translation of Terence, 328.
Hubert (Sir Francis), poetical works, 429.

Reading School speeches, 48.
Hume of Castle Hume, 385.

Richards (Rev. Wm.) nonjuror, 248.
Hunloke family, 35.

Scottish dramatic authors, 230.
Hunt (Isaac), father of Leigh Hunt, 104.

Sharpe (Lewis), author of “ The Noble Stranger,"
Husenbeth (Dr. F. C.) on fire-places in church towers,

91.
256.

Steele (Rev. John), of Gadgirth, 78.
Husk (W. H.) on ballads of Yorkshire, 121.

Theatre of Ingenuity, 268.
Blondin outdone, 522.

Inn's trump, 89.
Greene (Maurice), Mus. Doc., 234.

Inquirer on George III. and Hannah Lightfoot, 89.
Shakspeare music, 520.

Inscription, alliterative, 447.
Hutchins family, 433.

Insects, the bulk of, 512.
Hutchinson (P.) on Bullivant, 18.

Inula Elecampane, 472.
Exeter Domesday Book, 39.

Investigator on Wolrich arms, 327.
Heralds' authority, 197.

Works on witchcraft, 472.
Paraphernalia, 523.

Iona, ancient writings of, 423.
Rembrandt's engravings, 60,

Iota on Angel and the Shepherds, 229.
Hutton (Henry), lines by, 204.

Charnock's “ Loyalty," 229.
Hutton (Rev. John), Vicar of Burton, 19. 455.

D.-- (Joseph) noticed by C. Lamb, 229.

Iota on dramatic authors, 126.

Jaytee on execution of Lord Kilmarnock, 211.
Gilchrist's “ Sukoontula-Natuk," 189.

J. (C.) on Cooke family arms, 277.
“ Pelopidarum Secunda," 126.

J. (C. P.) on Tory song, 278.
Royal Pastoral, 129.

Turpin's ride to York, 338.
Stewart, Earl of Orkney, 27.

J. (D. H.) on Goldsmith's portrait, 898.
Wheeler (Mrs. Ann), 129.

Jebb (John) on Burnet's Life of Bp. Bedell, 97.
Ireland, ecclesiastical proceedings, temp. James I., 83. Jeffrey (Mr.), “ History of Roxburghshire,” 490.
Ireland in the last century, 324.

Jenner (Rev. Charles), Rector of Claybrook, 30.
Ireland, the King's Council of, 387.

Jennings (Hargrave) on the death of the Duke of
Irish bishops translated to England, 347. 458.

Buckingham, 23.
Irish counties, heraldic visitations of, 89. 153. 197.

Charles I., his “Remember" on the scaffold, 164.
Irish forfeitures, manuscripts of, 188.

England's future, 225.
Irish knighthood, 27. 55.

Jerrard (G. B.) “ Mathematical Researches,” 163,
Irish manufactures in 1731, 510.

Jewitt (Llewel.) on Henry Cantrell, 18.
Irish officers in foreign service, 144.

Cockpenny, 438.
Irvine (Aiken) on bibliographical query, 287.

Country tavern signs, 34.
Italian versions of the Bible, 306.

Frumety, 434.
Louvain New Testament, 331.

Jeynens (Samuel), letter dedicatory to Sir Francis
Synod of Kilkenny, 384.

Bacon, 408.
Isabella, Queen of Edward II., her coin, 190.

J. (G.) on Balkaile, or Balcaile, 60.
Israelitish costume 1491 B. C., 46. 196.

Bodleian Catalogue, its errors, 44.
Italian versions of the Bible, 306. 417.

Jordan river, 157.
Ithuriel on Colchester custom, 109.

J. (H. A.) on Bibles dated 1495, 316.
Cooper (Eliz.) authoress of “ The Muses' Library," Centenarianism, 317.
32.

J. (J.) on cloisters of Jumieges Abbey, 511,
Cromwell (Oliver), unpublished letter, 64. 136. Etymology of Artillery, 70.
Emperor Charles V., his proverbial philosophy, Habakkuk, allusion to, 456
408.

J. (J. C.) on college pots, 435.
Great Tom of Oxford, 465.

J. (J. F.) on Edmund Kean and Bucke, 307.
Grosteste (Bp.) work on Husbandry, 47.

J. (L.) on Brede Lepe, 428.
Herald's note-book, 322.

Job's turkey, its poverty, 229.
Milton (John) and Lord Clarendon's nute-book, 306. Jobson (Edward), monument at Windsor, 146. 218.
Per centum sign, 216.

Jolinson (Richard), of Nottingham, 126.
Pun, its derivation, 299.

Jolinson (Dr. Samuel), anecdote of, 448.
Spiriting away young children, 77.

Johnston (Charles), author of “ Chrysal,” 9. 59.
Stained glass from Cologne, 266.

Jones (David), “Life of James II.," 231.
Taylor (John), the water-poet, 383.

Jones (Fred.) “Familiar Epistles” to, 170.
Jones (T. W.) on highwaymen temp. Charles I., 442.

Jonson (Benj.), his answer to Withers, 222. 276.; state
J.

warrant to him, 367.; his grave, 450.

Jordan river, its ancient route, 109. 157.
J. on Dixon of Ramshaw, 348

J. (P.) on Sir Christopher Hatton, 304.
Proffer with the double f, 347.)

J. (T. B.) on missing Scriptures, 336.
Wiltshire (Mary), 136.

Judas tree, 19.
J. (A.) on spiders' webs used medicinally, 138. Judges' black cap, 37. 97.
Jacksons of Jamaica, pedigree of, 449. 501.

Jumieges, present locality of the cloisters of the Abbey
Jacobite honours since 1688, 102. 215. 337.

of, 511.
" Jacobite's Curse,” its author, 481.

Junius : Burning of Jesuitical books, 97. 177.
Jacobites refrain from pork, 448.

Juxon (Abp.), his gold cups, 409.
Jamaica, names on monuments, &c., 404. 480.
Jaines I., amusements at his court, 461.; and the re-
cusants, 81. 351. 413. ; the baronetage of, and

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the feudal barone:, 86. 220.; similarity of senti-

ment between him and Robert Burns, 305. K., Arbroath, on proverbial sayings, 145.
James II. and the consecration of nonjuring prelates, Kant (Imman.), his wig, 109.

289. 376. ; titles conferred by him after 1688, Kean (Edmund), quarrel with Charles Bucke, 307.
102. 215. 337.

Kearsley (Dr.), his treatment in Philadelphia, 104.
James (John) on Rev. E. W. Barnard, 119. ,

Keate (Geo.) and the Hungerford family, 189.
Baptismal names, 339.

eightley (Thomas) on Blank verse, 302. 403. 498.
“Cassandra, the Famed Romance," 111.

Critics being logicians, 65. 404.
Jacobite honours, 337.

Hesiod and Milton, 500.
Maria or María, 98.

Parnell's Poems, 141.
Round Robin, 287.

Keith (Bp. Robert), editor of Thomas à Kempis, 235.
Jasher, the Book of, 271, 272.

Keithock estate, North Britain, 160.
Jaydee on Althorp household books, 89.

Kelly (William) on toads found in stone, 276. :
Anecdote in Walpole's Letters, 191.

Kempenfelt family, 434.

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