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Cathedrals struck by lightning, 486. Cockcrowing, Nov. 27th & Dec. 24th.
between Ancient and
and Sept. 29th.
between Old and New
Cold, excessive, Jan. 14th, 14.
Colour of Starlight, 17, 287.
Comet of 1819, July 30, 321; also 745.
of 1811, Sept. 12th, 471.
Comets, their general history,324,473.
Mythology, 354, 517.
Constellations, method of finding, 533,
Corona, a luminous appearance, 639.
Cruniology, now called Phrenology,
Sept. 11th, 468, and Dec. 31st.
second course, 364. Sub POMONA. Oct. 9th, 544.
Croci, early, Feb. 14th, 60, 64, 69, 80.
395 ; also Oct. 2d and 20th. Sub nuineness, 214.
Crown of Ariadne, the constellation of,
Crown, Imperial, April 4th, 162.
CRUCIS S. INVENTIO, May 3d,
CRUCIS S. EXALTATIO, Sept.
Cruelty to Animals in experiments, 500.
lines on, 58.
Cuckoo, its arrival and early note,
various verses on, 189.
Gurfew Bell, Nov. 6th, 615.
remains of, in England
Clog Almanack with a Pot to de- Cyprian, St. Archbishop of Carthage,
Sept. 16th, 485.
the Magician, Sept. 26th,
the modifications of, 467. October 27th, 588.
his Essai sur les Cagses
des Vents, ibid.
Dance, Latin lines on the effect of Drowned Persons, full directions for
the recovery of, when practicable,
Dynasties, chronology of, 756.
singular custom at Lostwi.
opinion of the Chinese relat.
-, great one of the Sun in
Edict of Nantes revoked, Oct. 24th, in
angel St. Michael, Sept. 29th, 517. by Mr. B. M. Forster, 585. Sub
Emblems, Religious, of use, 354, 651.
become reliques of past
of the mouths personified,
Enchantresses, song of the twelve,
366. Sub FLORA.
Equation of Time, Jan. 30th, 40; and
month, sub TEMPUS.
Etymology of the Names of Colours,
Tray, lines on, 177. Evergreens at Christmas, 728.
Fairies and Witches, descriptions of,
Fairy Rings made by Fungi, 455.
Falling Stars and their varieties,
False Hallow, a humorous song, 565.
Fatalism and philosophical necessity
Faunalia, Dec. 5th, 686.
Faunus, feast of, Feb. 13th, 59.
Februata, Juno, et Purificata Maria,
Fire, cantion against, 447. Sub Vesta.
Fire Offices, list of, 437.
—, eve of, 6.
Fishes of Fresh Water, sorts of, 376. founded by St. Francis of Assisium,
Oct. 4th, 536.
Friday, Good, or Holy, 112.
Furina, the Goddess of Robbers, S63.
bability, 619. Sub Psycke.
sim, indicating the subjunction of Game Laws, injustice of, Sept. 1st, 446.
Genevieve, St., patroness of Paris, 4.
life, 662. Sub ERYNNIS.
shipped at Rome, April 29th, 200. George's Day, St., April 23d, 184.
of a Child in a Grey Cloak,
of Hideous Faces by night,
of a Hideous Pig, 643.
The Hybernal, Dec. 9th, 699. Ghosts, physiologically accounted for,
Dreams, and other disorders
506, 523, 531, 571, 575, 640, 612,
Omens, Forebodings, and
appearance at Sea, Nov. 20th, 647. 506. Sub HECATE. See Appari.
Giles, St. or Aegidius, the Patrop of
Cripples, Sept. 1st, 445.
Good Friday, 110.
- fagellation practised on,
150__April6th, May 25th, June 11th alighting on the masts and rigging
of ships, a sign of fine weather,
very plentiful in Autumn,
Gough, Richard, the Antiquary,
Goëthe, specimen of his style of
Grapes, the various sorts of, Sept. Sd,
Guardian Angels and Tutelary Genii,
of firing Oct. 2d, 529.
Gymnasia of Children, 550.
Hailstones in France, 97.
Halloween, or the Vigil of All Saints'
Halo, luminous phenomenon of the, | January, excessive cold, Jan.14th, 14.
Janus, origin of, Jan. 1st.
, a twofaced deity, 2.
Ignis Fatuus, and superstitions con-
June 29th, 317.
Feb. 18th, April 25th, Sept. 26th
and soth-Nov. 17th, 230, 24th
vegetable food, 299. Sub HYGEIA. tion.
20th, and 22d.
Imagination, classification of its effects,
Sept. 30th, 523. Sub HYGEIA.
-, antiquities relating attending, 531.
Ingathering of Grapes and of Apples, 586.
Innocents Day, Dec. 28th, 746.
Processions of Chil.
dren on, 747.
Curious Candle Omen
on this day, 747.
Insurance from Fire, 457,
Invention of the Cross, 213.
Feb. 5th, 49–6th, 50_26th, of God, St. his extraordinary
mode of mortifying himself, March
the Evangelist's Day, Dec. 27th,
Feast of, corresponding with
the Festival of the Conception,
Dec. 21, 270—27th, 745. 5th—13th, Sept. 13th, Oct. 18th.
Mythology of, 277.
Kings of England, list of, 756.
Labours of Hercules, 715.
Ladybird or Ladycow, a small insect,
386. Sub FAUNA.
Lake of Geneva, storms at the, Jaly | Man in the Moon, explained, Dec. ist,
17th, 347, and 29th, 371.
Mania, the Mother of the Manes,
weather, 644. Sub Coelum. March, Calends of, at Rome, 85.-
Ides of, 119.
Mariae, B. Virginis, Purificatio, Feb.
Visitatio, July 2d,
Nives, Aug. 5th, 390.
Nativity of, Sept.
Martins arrive, May 2011, 180.
cover the Roofs of the Palaces
at Chantilly, and other lofty Build-
ings, in Autumn, 513.
Epigrams on this Genus, 514.
respocted by the Old Greeks
and by the Moderns, 513.
Verses on them, and on Swal-
Goose eaten at, 628.
corresponded to the
TTobixoi of Old Greece, 629.
Matter, Vitality, and Intelligence,
Maundy Thursday, 110.
Meeting of the Dragon and Grasshopper,
Melancholy, Horace's description of,56.
produced by Wine, 999.
incident to Spring, Feb.
Medical Description of,
Oct. 2d, 530. Sub HYGEIA.
Meteorological Society of London,
Aug. 20th, 411.