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332.

Shakespeare, employment of monosyllables, Sonnets by W.J. Thoms, 203. 222.

Soul and body, 390.
Malone's blunder in, 213.

Southwell's supplication, 351.
MSS. 53.

S. (P.), on authorship of a couplet, 231.
and the old Tamning of the Shrew, 345. Sparse, meaning of, 215. 251.
papers, Dr. Maginn's, 470.

S. (P. C. S.), on Bernicia, 388.
Hamlet, tradition respecting, 23.

on Mr. Cresswell and Miss Warneford,
Pedlar's Song attributed to, 23.

189.
Shipster, meaning of, 216. 251.

on Duke of Ashgrove, 92.
Sholbus, (D.) on old charms, 293.

on Dr. Dove of Doncaster, 73.
Shore (Dick), 220.

on Gazetteer of Portugal, 281.
Short's Gardens, Drury Lane, 129.

on iron railings round St. Paul's, 446.
Shrew, derivation of, 381, 421. 412.

on Sir W. Rider, 209.
Taming of the, 194. 227. 315.

on a passage in Pope, 202.
Shrewsbury and Shrewsbury School, Dr. Pope vindicated, 3:2.

Sam. Parr, and Dr. John Taylor of, 466. on verb to endeavour oneself, 154.
Shrouds, or clouds, in Shakespeare, 58. Spectre, Sir Thomas Boleyn's, 468.
Shuck, the dog-fiend, 468.

Speculum Exemploruin, 380.
Shylock, on the name, 184. 221.

Spence's Essay on the Odyssey (Pope's re-
S. (J.) on “ By hook or by crook," 237. vision of), 396.
on Forlot or Fortblot, $71.

Speuser's monument, 481.
Sickingen, Franz Von, S36. 389.

Spur money, 373, 37+. 462. 494.
Signe of the end, query respecting, 12. Spurious letter of Sr R. Walpole, 388.
Simpson (William Sparrow), on a curious S. (R S.), on Dance Thumbkin, 493.
monumental brass, 370.

on "A frog he would a-woving go,"
Singer S. W. on Ælfric's coloquy, 198. 278. 458.

on king Alfred's Geography of Europe, S. (R. J.) on History of Edward II., 220.
313.

on a peal of bells, 170.
on the Anglo-Saxon word Unlaed, 450. S. (S.) on Sir William Rider, 269.
on borrowed thoughts, 482.

S. (S. P.), query on line quoted by De
on contradictions in Dox Quixote; Quincey, 351.
and query as to the Buscapié, 171.

S. S. S. on black broth, S99
on the Dodo queries, 485.

on daysman, 419.
Dodo replies, 353.

on Deputy Lieutenants of the Tower
on Hanno's Periplus, 412,

of London, 400.
to Dr. Jacob Grimm 292.

on Easter eggs, 397.
on Lærig, 460.

on gloves, 405.
on Luther's translation of the New

on Hever, 405.
Testament, 453.

on “ By hook or by crook," 405.
- on Pope's revision of Spence's Essay on monumental brass, 405.
on the Odyssey, 396.

on note books, 422.
- what books did Olloh write, 113.

on Poghell, 406.
Singular motto, 214.

on prevendaries, 400.
Sir Roger de Coverley, 368.

on safeguard, 419.
Siwel on God tempers the Wind, 418.

on the Steward family, 405
S. (J. A.) on By hook or by crook, 405.

on ancient tiles, 419.
- on Lord Bacon's metrical version of on lureen, 407.
the Psalms, 203.

on Watewich, 405.
on ballad maker and legislators, 153. S. (S. W.), on Antony Alsop, 219.
on discours modest, 233.

epigram by La Momoye, 373.
on family of Dove of Doncaster, 253.

on Ave Trici and Gheeze Ysenoudi,
on Gesta Gravorum, 351.
on lines quoted by Goethe, 188

on Drayton's Poems, 83.
S. (J. J.) motto of University of Cambridge. on Henno Rusticus, 89.
S (J. M.) on topography of foreign print.. on Lacedæmonian black broth, 242.
ing presses, 360.

on “My Love and I for kisses played,"
S. (J.) on Norman pedigrees, 267.

458.
on South well's supplication, 351.

on portraits of Luther and Erasmus,
recent novel, 285.

232
S. (J. P.) on dissenting ministers, 145.

on Otloh the scribe, 147.
on chapels, 417.

poem by Sir Edward Dyer, 355.
Skinner's life of Monk, 378.

on portraits of Ulrich of Hutten, 337.
Skipwyth (Sir William), king's justice in on Warburton and Collier w. Dyce, 83.
Ireland, 23.

S. (S. W.) on Sanuto's Doges of Venice,
Skyring (G. William), on America known 75.
to the ancients, 349.

St. Antholin's parish books, 423.
S. (L.), on allusions in homilies, 229. St. Chad (Henry, on burning the dead, 308.
on omens from cattle, 259.

St. Croix (H. C.) on Gray's Elegy, 150.
on Tempora mutantur, 234.

on Love's last Shitt," 383.
S'ang phrases, 2:34.

St. Evona's choice, 259.
Sinelling of the lamp, 335. 571.

St. Francis (Flemish work on the Order on),
Smirke (E ). on the last of the villains, 139. 385.
ou old Auster Tenements, 307.

St. George (Lewelyn) on Bishop Lesly,
on pokership, 269.

186.
Smyth's extracts on Burnet, 41.

St. Martin's Lane, 576.
Sneck up, 4112

St. Olave's, Crutched Friars. 115.
Snob, origin of, 185. 250.

St. Paul's Alley. 410.
Snow of Chicksand priory, 351.

St. Paul's Churchyard, 410.
Snow (Robert, query os to illustrations of St. Valentine in Norwich-(ook. Eels, 293.
cressets vert vert painted on enamel, 366. Standards of the Anglo-Saxons, devices
-on hanap, 478.
on horns, 4.7).

Stanesby (J. T.) on the word Sparse, 251.
on Judas Bell. 377.

Stanyan Temple, 382.
on " A Mess," 15.3.

Statistics (early) Chart, Kent, 330. 441.
Soc, C. R.) on college salting, 321.

Stationers' Registers, 84.
Soho Square, 10.

Statistics of the Roinan Catholic Church,
Solomon Dairolles, 476.

61. 107.
Song of the wees, *15.

Sicphens' (Rev. W.) sermons, 118. 394.
Song in the style of Suckling. 133.

Sterling and l'enny, derivation of, 384. 411.

Sterne's Koran, 216. 418.
Stevens (David) on divination by the Bible
and key, 413.

on errors in Pope's Homer's Odyssey,

on John Ross Mackay, 356.
Steward or Stewart, family of, Bristol, $35.

405.
Stoke on ancient churchyard customs, 441.
Storey's Gate, Birdcage Walk, St. Jaines's

Park, 114.
Stowe (John), 291.
Strand (Maypole), 142.
Straw necklaces, 104.
Strewing straw or chaff, 294.
Strode's (Dr.) poem, 490.

song by attributed to Fletcher, 146.
Strickland (H. E.) on the Dodo, 410.

on Dodo queries, 262.
Street (John) on sword of Charles I., 372.
Stuart (Lady Arabella) new facts about, 10.

271.
Student on Madoc's expedition, 12.
Stukeley (Dr.), Medal of, 122.
Subscriber, on Scala Cali, 366.

on wives of ecclesiastics, 77.
Suckling, inedited song by, 72.

lines in the style of, 20. 133,
Sudlow Jno ) on Dr. Dobbs and his horse

Nobbs, 253.
Superstition, Death-bed, 315.
Superstitions of the midland counties, 451.

in the north of England, 294.
Supper of the Lorde, 334. 355. 369.
Surrey (Earl of) and his poems, and what

Dr. Perey did with them, 471.
Sussex, iron inanufactories of, 87.
S. (W. H.) on the origin of grog, 168
Swift's opinion of Burnet, 41.

note of, on Herodotus, 350.
Swingeing tureen, 406.
Sword called Curtana, 364.
Sword of Charles I. 372.
Swords worn in public, 415.
Swot, origin of, 352, 369.
Sydenham or Tidenhain, 458.
Symbolical custom, 363.
Symbolism of the fir cone, 247.

of flowers, 457.

poetical, 219.
Syinbols of the four Evangelists, $85. 471.

207.

T.
T. on Bishop Burnet, 181.

on bone houses, 221.
on burning the dead, 216.

on Pedlar's song attributed to Shake-
spere, 23.

on MSS. of Casaubon, 422
- on the word Rococo, 3.1.

- on Woolton's Christian Manual, 599.
T. (A.) on Discurs Modest,

on Rev. Thom.is Leman, 59.
Table book, 215.
Tablet to Napoleon, 406 461.
Tace Latin for a candle, 385.
Tacitus and Byron, 390.
Tale of a tuh, 326,
Talisman, Charlemagne's, 140. 187.
Taming of the Shrew, the old, 194.
Taming of a Shrew, play of, 194. 227. 345
Tandem, 382
Tapestry, ancient, 43. 68
Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, 196.
Taylor (Jeremy), MSS, sermons by, 125.
- reprint of his works, 483.
Taylor (Dr. John) of Shrewsbury and

Shrewsbury school, 4611.
Telescopes, Rev. J. Edwards on metal for,

174. 06.
Temple, the, or a temple, 335. 420.
Temple Stanyan, 460.
Tempora mutantur, 284 419.
Teneber Wednesday, 459.
Tenernents, Old Auster, 217.307.
Tennison's funeral sermon on NellGwynne,

28.

on, 216.

Viz. why used for videlicet, 120.
Vondel's Lucifer, 142. 169.
Vox on Billingsgate, 164.
VO

41
Vox populi,

vox Dei, 321. 570. 492.
V. (R.) on Freneh maxim, 215.

- on Palm Sunday wine, 368.

on the punishment of sacrilege, 185.
Vulgate, early edition of, 213.
Vulpes on Six Stephen Fox, 214.

W.

U.

Ten queries concerning poets and poetry, Tracts, by Eachard, 320.
302.

by Dekker and Nash. 454.
T. (E. S.), numismatic queries, 468.

religious, by F. H., 460. 490.
T. (E. S.), on “ Shuck," the dog-fiend, 468. Trade editions, 55.

on Sir Thomas Boleyn's spectre, 468. Trafalgar, battle of, letters of Lord Nelson's
ba on ancient church plate, 73.

brother after, S6.
Theophania, 174.

Tragedy of Richard III. 315.
Theory of Vision (Berkeley's) vindicated, Transportation of letters, 184. 293. 422
107. 131.

Translation of Ælian, 267.
on devices on standards of the Anglo. Translation of the Scriptures, MSS. of
Saxons, 216.

366.
- on MSS. of Locke, 461.

Travelling of old, in England, 87. 145. 167.
on religious tract by F. H., 460.

220.
Theses, bibliography of, 401. 461.

hand bills, 146.
Thistle of Scotland, 24. 90.

in 1590, 400.
Thomas à Becket, mother of, 415.

Treatise on Art and Nature, J. B's, 401.
Thomas (St.) of Lancaster, 181. 234.

458.
Thomlinson (Rev. Dr.), Query relating to,

Trunck breeches, 382. 384. 445. 489.
350.

Tub, tale of a, 326.
Thoms (William I.), “ Pray remember the Tureen, origin of, 246. 307. 340. 407. 455.
grotto," 5.

"Turkish Spy," who translated it, 334.
- on white gloves at a maiden assize, Turnbull (W. B. D. D.), on Scutter's At-
72.

las Novus, 156
sonnets by, 200. 222.

Turner's MS. History of Westminster, 140.
on metrical charms, 229.

Turner (T. Hudson), on beaver hats, 266.
weather proverb, 413.

on Pisan, 266.
Thornhill (Sir J.), pocket-book of, 123.

on Moneta Santæ Helena, 101.
Thorpe (B.), on Ælfric's Colloquy, 232. Turnstile Lane, Holborn, 244.
Thoulouse, inquisition of, 10.

T. (W. C.), on public libraries, 391.
Three balls of pawnbrokers, 42.

Twm Shawn Cattie, 383. 455, 456. 489.
Throwing old shoes at a wedding, 468. Two noble kinsmen, 133.
Thynne's collection of ehancellors, 60. Twysden, MSS. of Sir Roger, 76. 282.
Tickhill, "God help me," 249. 325. 422. Tyburn gallows, 180.
Tilbury, aboriginal chambers near, 462. Tyndale, so3.
Tiles, ancient, 173. 419.

Typographical Antiquities by Dibdin, 56.
Times, when first established, 7. 75.
Times, Herald, Chronicle, when first esta-

blished, 75.
Times paper, history of, 36.
Titles of honour, 351.
T. (J.) on Antony Alsop, 259.

W. on the word cannibal, 186

on beaver, 417.

on Junius, 322.
- on lines on London dissenting mi-

nisters, 383.
- on papers of John Wilkes, 125.

on Roger de Coverley, 59.
W.(1.), epigram on a very tals barrister
named Long, 422.

a close translation, 422.

on Dorne the bookseller, and Henno
Rusticus, 12. 88.
-- on Gray's elegy, 138.

on Gray's Alcaic ode, 416.
on Henry Ryder, Bishop of Kinaloe,
418.

on Lacedæmonian black broth, 155.
300.

on Mertens, 185.
W.(A.) on translations of Æhan, 289.

on apposition, 384.

on discovery of the eirculation of the
blood, 202.
- on “Tempora mutantur nos et muta

Ulrich of Hutten, portraits of, 336.
on Bishop Barnaby, 132.

Umbrellas, when were they introduced into
on catacombs and bone-houses, 210.

England, 414.

Under the rose," 214.
on curious custom, 245.
T. (J. M.), on Madoc's emigration to

Unlaed, the Anglo-Saxon word, 430.
America, 136. 236.

Urbanus Regius, 367. 419.
Todd ( Rev. James H.), on ancient libraries,

Use of coffins, 321.
83.

on Berkeley's Theory of Vision vindi-
eateil, 130.

V.
on cromlech, 319.
on etymology of Armagh, 264.

V. on Cromwell's estates, 389. 277.
on reheting, rehetours, &c., 155.

on El Buscapie, 206.
Todd(Dr. Hugh), MSS. formerly belonging on muffins, 205.
to, 246. 282. 340.

on serpents' eggs and straw necklaces,
To endeavour oneself, 285.

24.
Tom Brown, lines attributed to, 372.

on travelling in England, 68.
Tomlinson of Southwingfield, Derbyshire, Van Voorst's Polyglot edition of Gray's
215.

Elegy, 150.
Toothache, charm for the, 429.

Vagabonds, fraternitye of, 183. 220.
Topography of foreign printing presses, Vanbrugh's London improvements, 142.
277. 340.

Vaux on origin of Grog, 52.
Totness, etymology of, 470.

V. (E.), on anecdote of Charles the First,
Tottenham Street 150.

437.
Tottenham Court Road, 228.

on Arabic numerals, 230.
Torri's Polyglot edition of Gray's elegy, on Christmas hymn, 201.
150

on college salting, 306.
Treatise upon the microscope, 217.

on a curious monumental brass, 370.
Trebor on Emerods, 476.

on Dutch language, 383.
- on lines quoted by Goethe, 125.

on feast of St. Michael and All Angels,
on death bed superstition, 467.

235.
Trevelyan (Sir W.Calverly), on anonymous on a Latin verse, 215.
Ravennas, 368.

on ordination pledges, 235.
on St. Alban's Day, 399.

on Pusan Iklynton collar, 400.
on Lacedæmonian black broth, 204.

on Tower Royal, 116.
on Portugal, 368.

on watching the sepulchre, 403. 354.
on Selago, 368.

Venator on Sir Stephen Fox, 250.
on Sir Roger de Coverley, 368.

Venice, Sanuto's Doges of, 35. 175. 220.
on watching the sepulchre, 403. Venison, proclamation respecting sale of, 5.
Treves (Engelbert, Archbishop of), treatise Ventris (Edw.) on Frusius, 180.
by, 214.

of Roland Monoux, 188.
Trimble family, 485.

Verbum Græcum, 415.
Trophee, 303. 339.

Versiele and response, 440.
T. (T. H.), on Tower Royal, 116.

Vert Vert, illustrations of Gresset's, painted
T. (T.), on Macaulay's Young Levite, 574. on enamel, 366. 375.
Tower royal, origin of, 28. 116.

Vertue's manuscripts, 319.372.
of London, lions in, 42.

Villains, last of the, 139.
deputy lieutenants of, 400.

Vincent (R.), on Gothic architecture, 59.
Towton, the battle of, 124.

Viridis vallis, 213.985.

ster, 140.

mur in illis," 419.
Wages in 17th and 19th centuries, 226.
Walbran (J. R.) on MSS, formerly belong-

ing to Dr. Hugh Todd, 246.
Walcott (Rev. M.) on grog, 52.

on Turner's MS. history of Westmin.

on St. Margeret's, Westminster, 196.
Watewich or Waterwich, 236.
Waller's poems, MS. notes on, 165.
Walpole (Horace), unpublished letter of,
273.

(Sir Robert), letter attributed to, 304.
321. 336. 388.
Walter (Henry) on Christencat, 109.
Wandrille (St.), abbey of, 382.
Warburton and Collier v. Dyce, 53.
Wards, D'Israeli on the court of, 173.
Waring (Elijah) on Duke of Monmouth,
358.

on Cwn Wybir and Cwn Annwn, 482.
on 'Toom Shawn Cattie, 489.

on Bishop Burnet as an historian, 493.
Warneford (Miss) and Mr. Cresswell, 157.
Warning to watchmen, 167.
Warton and Heinsius, 285.
Warts, charms for cure of, 349. 482.
Watchmen, warning to, 167.
Watching the sepulchre, 318. 354. 403.
Watewich, 121.405.
War (Albert) on ancient inscribed dish,
117.
on MS. chronicles at Reigate, 6.
on Pandoxare, 234.

on shipster and gourders, 356.
W.(B.) on derivation of Lærig, 387.

on John and Pisan, 299.
W. (E.) on abdication of Jaines II., 489.
Weather proverbs, 413.

rhyme (Norfolk), 349.
Weeping cross, 154.
Wellington, Wyrwast, Cokam, 401.
Welsh custom, curious, 173.

ambassador, or the cuckoo, 230. 283.
406.
W. (E. N.) on Spenser's monument, 481.
Wessel-eup Hymn, 137.
Westminster, 1'urner's MS history of, 140.
Westmoreland, Lady Jane of, 103.
W. (G.) on American aborigines called

Indians, 491.

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X. on pursuits of literature, 953.

on origin of rococo, 357.

on smelling of the lamp, 335.
X. X. on the Liturgy Version of the Psalms

203.

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W. (G.) on college salting, 322.

on havior, 342.

on tureen, 2+6.
W. (H.) on Arabic numerals and cipher,
433.

on Byron and Tacitus, 462.
on the word peruse or pervise, 215. 319.
on a passage in Frith's work, 319.
on Scala Cæli, 455.
on the Supper of the Lorde, 362.
on three walls of pawnbrokers, 42.

why Moses represented with horns,
420.
Whelps, what ships so called, 77. 106.
" Where England's monarch," authorship

of, 415. 158.
W. (H. F.) on Dr. Dryasdust, 26
Whichcot' (Dr.) and' Lord Shaftesbury,

382. 444. 488.
White Conduit House, 395.
White gloves at a maiden assize, 29. 72.
Whitgilt and Cartwright, Cunningham's

lives of, 379.
Whitehall, 436.
White Hart Inn, Scole, 245. 323. 410.
Why Moses represented with borus, 420.
Wiccamicus on “ Angels' visits," 102.
Wickliffite version of the Scriptures, 405.
Wild House, Drury Lane, 228.
Wild Huntsinan, The, 363.
Wilkes (John), papers of, 125.
Wilkinson (Henry) on fall of rain in Eng-
land, 235.

reply to query about the Arabic nu-
merals, 368.
Williams (B.) on transposition of letters,

18+.

1

Yard, books by the, 166.
Yarrell (Wm.) on havior, heavier, or bever,

269.
Yates (J. B.) on medal of the Pretender,
Y.(D. S.) on Defoe's Tour through Great
Britain, and etymology of Armagt, lai

on ghost stories of Daniel De Foe, WL
Yeoman, what is the meaning of, 441
Yong and Drayton, 213.
Yorkshire subscriber on Erasmus' Porn

phrase of the Gospels, 178.
Young Levite, Macaulay's, 26. 574.

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Williams (W.) on Billingsgate, 94.
Winifreda (St.), 384. 475.
Wives of ecclesiastics, 77. 115. 147.
W.(J. K. R.) on Christmas Hymn, 252.
W. (J.) on early inscriptions, 491.
W. (M.), answer to A Limb of the Law, 72.
Wodderspoon (John) on St. Valentine, in

Norwich-Cook-Eels, 293.
Woman's will, lines on, 247.
Woodcut likenesses of Luther and Eras.

mus, 203.
Woolton's Christian Manual, 399. 490.
Worm of Lambton, 453.
Wotton's Poem to Lord Bacon, 489.
Wreford (J. Reynell) on inedited lines by

Robert Burns, 300.
Writers of notes on Ay leaves, 51.
W. (S.) on German version of Gray's Elegy,
150.

on Luther's translation of the Bible,
453.

on Luther's portrait at Warwick Cas-
tle, 457.
W.(T.; on “ Bive" and " Chute” lambs, 93.

on the genealogy of European sove-
reigns, 250.

on Pavoise of the Black Prince, 283.

on Queen's Bagnio, 286.
W. (T. T.), on gib cat, 235.
why did Dr. Dee quit Manchester, 216.

watching the sepulchre -- Dominus
factotum-Robert Passellew, 318.
Wyatt (Rev. Geo.), on tracts by Eachard,

320.
Wyattville (Sir Jeffery), 215. 252.
Wycliffite translation of the Scriptures,

MSS. of, 366.

Z. on portrait by Boonen, 386.
Zachary Boyd, 298. 406.
Zenobia, a Jewess, 383. 421. 461.
Zero, derivation of, 215. 268.
Z. (2. X.) on Genealogy of European Sure-

reigus, 92.
Z. (X. Y.), query as to the meaning of

trunk breeches, Barba longa, and metri
nary preacher, 384.

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Lucifer, Vondel's, 142. 169.

Maitland, (Rev. S. R.), on Robert Crowley,
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355. .
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Lines on Pharaoh, 406.
Ludlum's dog (As lazy as), 475.

Man in a garret, on M. de Gournay, 0.
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Luther and Erasmus, lines on, 27.

Manuscripts respecting abdication of James
Letter attributed to Sir Robert Walpole, woodcut likenesses of, 203.

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portraits of, 232

Mare de Saham, 106. 121.
Book (Sir R. Haigh's), 463.

Erasmus, and Ulric von Hutten, por- Marescaucia, 94. 167.
of Sir Robert Walpole, 388.
traits of, 303.

Margarets' (St.), Westminster, extracts from
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457.

Markland (J. H.) on Dr. Johnson and Dr.
Liber Sententiarum, 10. 20.

translation of the New Testament, 1 Warton, 481.
Libraries (ancient), 21. 83.
John, v. 7., 399. 453.

on esquire and gentlemen, 491.
public, 391.

Lydgate and Coverdale, and their biogra- Marlborough (Duke of), 415. 490.
Library of Augustinian Eremites of York, phers, 579.

Marlow's autograph, 469.
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Marlow and the old "Taming of a Shrew,"
of Dr. Johnson, 214. 270.
L. (W.) on Honnore Pelle, 76.

94. 2.
Limb of the Law on a maiden assize and

on the omission of the words Dei Marriage contract of Mary Queen of Scots
white gloves, 29
Gratia from the new florin, 118.

and the Farl of Bothwell, 97.
Limborch's Historia Inquisitionis, 20. Lwyd (Merry), S15.

Martel (Charles, 86.
Line quoted by De Quincey, 851 388.

Martel (the name), 274.
Lines attributed to Henry Viscount Pal.

Martin (F. S.) on derivations of calamity,
merston, 382.

M.

8. 215.
Tom Brown, 372.

Martins, see Mertens.
on London dissenting ministers, 383. Mon Myles Blomefylde Ortus Vocabu- Martins, the Louvaine printer, 573.
454

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Marylebone gardens, 383. 490.
quoted by Goethe, 125.

on Roland Monoux, 137.

Mary on origin of Polly, 215.
by Sir John Suckling, 139.

on Manuscript of Orosius, 371. Mary Queen of Scots, inarriage coutract of
in the style of Suckling, 20.

on joumal of Sir William Beeston, 414. with the Earl of Both well, 97.
on "Woman's Will," 247.

on Seager a painter, 469.

Mary, Queen, her expectations, 188.
Ling or Boxienham's Politeuphia, 28. 86. M. on å brebis près tondue, &c, 357.

Master of Methuen, S05.

1
Lions in the Tower, 4..

on the Apocrypha, 101.

Master of the revels, 158. 373.
Literary Leisure, author of, 352.

on Arabic numerals, 281.

Masters of St. Cross, 35). 404.
Literature, early English and early German, on Burnet, 40.

Mathenatical Archæology, 132.
428.

on the ecclesiastical year, 420.

Mathews (W. Franks) on mnother of
the pursuers of, 2:2.

on Gray's Elegy, 221.

Thomas à Becket, 415.
pursuits of, 25%.

on J. B.'s Treatise on Art and Nature Mathews (W. Franks) on Urbanus Regius,
Liturgy version of the Psalms, 205.934.

on Latin names of towns, 40%.

419.
Living dog better than a dead lion, 352.370. on Moria Encomiuin of Erasmus, 455. Maudeleyne (Grace), 497.
404.

on note books, 462.

Maxim, French, 915. 37S.
L. (J. H.) on King's coffee-house, Covent on opinions of English historians, May.day, 221 ; customs of, 187.
Garden, 4:13.

Lord Clarendon, 166.

May Marriages, 467,
on Trimble family, 485.

on poetical symbolism, 219.

Maypole (Strand), 112.
L (L. B.) on Cowley or Cowleas, 107.

on Ptolemy of Alexandria, 170,

Mayor (Rev. J. E. B.) on Bishop Cosin's
- on Loscop, 371.

on symbols of the evangelists, 472.

MSS.; index to Baker's MSS., 15).
L L. L. on Howlett, the engraver, 321.

on Temple Stanyan, 160.

on the circulation of the blood, 250
Lobster in metal of the Pretender, 103. 167.

on Theses, 401.

notes on Bacon and Jeremy Taylor,
Locke, MSS. of, 161.

on vox populi vox Dei, 492.

427.
Locke's proposed Life of Lord Shaftesbury, on Zenobia, 421.

on notes from fly-leaves, 919
101.
M. (A.) on watching the sepulchre, 403.

on smelling of the lamp, 371.
Logan (James), on ancient motto, 340. M. or N., 485, +76.

Mayors, what is their correct pretir?
on barnacles, 310.
Mac Cabe (W. B.) on barnacles, 117.

M. (B.), on Vanbrugh's London impacto
on Conrad of Salisbury's Descriptio - on Frusiu., 218.

ments, 142.
utriusque Britanniæ, 319.

Micaulay and Bishop Burnet, 40.25). M. (C. R.) on evangelistic symbols, 42
Logographic printing, 198.

Macaulay's " Young Levite,'' 26. 167. 222. Medal of the Pretender, 58. 70. 10. 15.
Lollins, meaning of, 303. +18.

374.

Mediæval geography (queries in), 6u.
Lomax (T. G.) ou Dr. Johnson's library, Macaulay's account of Duke of Monmouth, Medical symbols. :99.
014.

3.

Melandra on ancient alms-basins, 172
Lomelyn (Domingo) jester to Henry VIII., Macbeth, on a pas age in, 484.

Melanion on French maxims, 373.
193.
Machoreus, see Macorovius.

on “ By hook or by crook," 905
London, see Cunningham's Handbook for.
Mackay (Jonn Ross), 125. 350.

on Jew's.harp, 215.
House Yard, 1901.

Macarovius or Machureus (Alexander), on Macaulay's “Young levite,"
improvements, Vanbrugh's, 142
18.

on May-day customs, 157.
Long, Robert, Admiral, 382. 4.2.

M. (A. D.) on the capture of the Duke of on military execution, 216,
Latin Epigram on a tall barrister so Monimouth, 24

on Nomade, 5+2.
nained, 422.

on Cromwell relics, 247.

on Periwinkle, a mocking emblem. 71.
Louvaine printer, Martin, 373.

cn Macaulay's “ Young Levite," 222. on plagiarisms or parallel passages,
Lord Chatham. Queen Charlotte, original on travelling in England, 68.

164. 60.
letter respecting 65.

Madden (Sir Frederick) on Purvey on the on Twm Shawn Cattie, SSS.
Lord's Supper, a treatise on, by Robert Apocalypse, and Bonner on the Seven Mer de Histoires. 286:55.
Crowley, 332. 355.

Sacraments, 452.

Mercenary preacher, 81.
Loscop. 319. 371.

on Savuto's Doges of Venice, 36. Merry lwyd, 315.
Louis XIV., epigram on, 374.

on the Wycliffite translation of the Merser, Mr., House, Newington, painted
Love, the king's fool, 121.
Scriptures, 366.

glass in, 197.
Love's last shirt, 383. 476.

Madoc's expedition to America, 12. 25. 57. Mertens, Martins, or Martini the printer,
Lower (Mark Antony) on definition of 58. 2:36. 28%.

185.
grummett, 358.

Madoc, the son of Owen Gwynedd, 56. 135. Merton ( Ambrose) on Wesselcuphymn, 15.
on the etymology of daysman, 188. Maginn, Dr. miscellaneous writings of, 341. Mess. (A), meaning of, 153
on seal of the killigrew family, 204. 406. 470.

Mes:engers (Queen's), 186, 445.
on shipster, 31.
Maiden assize, white gloves at, 29.

Metal for telescopes, Rev. J. Edwards on,
on Shylock, 18+.
Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, 451.

174. 206.
L (R.) on the thistle of Scotland, 24.
Maids (Ret) of Bristol, 183. 219.

Methuen (Master of), 305.
L. (S) on Vertue's MSS., 372.

Maitland (Rev. S. R.; on college salting, Metrical charms-Folk lore, 900.
L. (T. H), epigram on Louis XIV., 374. 261.

Metrical version of the Psalms, Lord
1. (T. J.) on characters of actors in Cibber's on Dibdin's Typographical Antiqui- Bacon's, 262
Apology. 67.

ties, 56.

Metrical writings on alchymy, 60.
Lucas's (John) MS. collection of English

on repository for “notes " and Her. Meyrick's Ancient Armour, error in, S
bert's “Ames," 8.

M. (F.) on Astle's MSS., 282

songs, 17+.

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