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Name (change of), 216, 337.
Names of towns Latin, 402.
Napoleon, tablet to, 269 400, 461.
Nares on Scarborough warning, 138.
Nash's terrors of the night, 400. 435.
Naso on Cock Lane, 241.

on Mary-le-bone Gardens, 383.
on the Sorman crusades, 103.

on the Times, 136.
Nat Lee's certificate, 149.
Nathan on the ecclesiastical year, 381.

on “ Vox et præterea nihil," $87.
NB.) on the lobster in the inedal of the
pretender, 167.

on Richard Green of Lichfield, 167.

on Thistle of Scotland, 166.
Nec pluribus impar, +22.
N. E. L.) on the Koran by Sterne, 216
Nell Gwynne,

Tennison's funeral sermon
Nelson's brother, letters of immediately

after the battle of Trafalgar, 36.
Neino, Christ's Hospital, old songs once
pular there, 318.

on the Memoirs of an American Lady,
335

what is the meaning of complexion,
352

query as to the author of Literary
Leisure, 357.
Neve Peter Le original letter of. 451.
New Star of the North, did Oliver Crom-

well write it, 212
New Year's Day custom, 214.
Newcastle House, 436.
New Exchange, 451.
“New:," origin of the wrd, 270. 359. 487.
Nightingale (medal of the pretender, 58.
Nine of diamonds, why and when called

the curse of Scotland, 61.90.
N. J. E. on John Stowe, 247.
N. J G.) on (onstantine the artist, 452.

on Josias Ibach, Stada, +52.

on the Master of the Revels, 158.
Nomade, $12, SE9
Norman crusader, the, 103.
Norman perligrees, 214. 269
Norris on Gowghe's Dore of Holy Scrip.

ture, 205.
Northman on Martin the Louvain printer,
873.

on Portugal, 246.

why are North American aborigines
called Indians, 254
Nosce Teipsum, an exception.Epigram, 591.
Note on Herodotus, by Dean Swift, 30.

on Cold Harbour, 60.
Notes on authors and books, 42.

on the Dodo, 110.

from Ay leaves, No. 1. 9: No. II.
28: No. 3. 39, No. 4. 164; No. 5. 211;
No. 6. 127.

inethurt of keeping them, 104.
upon notes No. 1. ly.
query as to, 45.
value of a repository for, 8.

unon books, sales, catalogues, &c. in
erery number.

to correspondents, in erery number.
Novel a recent one, 281.285.
Novus on comprend yous Ode Treatyse, 404.

on Tracts, ly F. H 490.
on Walter Lynne, 471.

ou Woolton's Christian manual, 490.
Nidd (Gwynn ab), on Merry Luyd, 315.
Numismatic quenes. 168.
Nursery games and Rhyines, 401.

0.

107.

M. (F.) on Compendyous Olde Treatyse, Monody on Sir John Moore, 321. 418.
277.

Monoux, Roland, monumental brass, 137.
on Dore of Holy Scripture, 140.

183.
on Dr. Hugh Todd's MSS, 282.

Monosyllables, use of, 285.
on Madoc, 282.

Monro (Cecil on form of petition, 75.
on MS. Book of Hours, 276.

Monson (Lord) on Loru Carrington or Ka-
on MSS. of Sir Roger Twysden, 282. rinthon, 490.
on royal genealogies, 282.

Monumental brass, 370 405.
on " Factotum," 88.

Moore, Sir John, monody on the death of,
on viridis vallis, 285.

321. 443.
M. (G.) on incumbents of Church livings, Morgan, De (Professor), and Dr. Johnson,
91.
on Katharine Pegg, 91.

Morning Herald, when first established, 7.
on Rev, T. Leman, 91.

Morse As caught the mare, 320.
on Selago and Samulus, 201.

Moses, why represented with horns, 383.
on travelling hand-bills, 146.

419.
M. (H. J.) on ballad of Dick and the Devil, Mosquito country, origin of the name,
172.

early connection of the Mosquito Iudians
Michael (St.) and All Angels, festival of, with the English, 125.
22. 233,

Mother of Thomas à Becket, 415. 490.
Microscope, 217.

Motto, ancient, 93. 104. 156. 189. 349.
Middle Ages ( Hallam's), 51.

of University of Cambridge, 76.
Middle Temple, 123

Sapcote, 356. 176.
Miland (John) on trade editions - Cottle's

singular, 214. 233.
Life of Coleridge, 55.

, the Buckingham, :38. 252, 283. 459.
Military execution, 16. 176.

Mousetrap, book of the, 154.
Milues (Richard Monckton) on St. Thomas Dante, 339
of Lancaster, 181.

Mowbray coneirs, 213 388.
Milton, on pussages in, ei

Morning Chronicle, when established, 7.
Milton's Defensto, MS notes in, 144. M. (R. M.) on chrysopolis, 383.
L'Allegro, 316.

on Darnley's birib place, 220.
Minor Poems, notes on, 316.

on Sanuto, 29).
pedigree. Richard Haley or Hales, (S. A.) on Charlemagne's talisman,
3.

187.
l'rose Works, Bohn's edition, 453.

on the darkness at the crucifixion,
Minar's Book of Antiquities, 277.

10.
Minimum de Malıs, .

MS volume of chronicles at Reigate, note
Mierra, order of, 188.

of, 6.
Misquotations, 28.

MSS. of Casaubon, 422.
Mistake in Gibbon, 390.

of Dr. Hugh Todd, 310.
Miryland town, 106. 27.

of Locke, 101451.
M. (J.) on Complutensian Polyglot, 268. of the Wycliffite translations of the
Evelyn's Sculptura, 2.5.

Scripture, 380.
* Gind tempers the wind," &c., 357.

serinons by Jeremy Taylor, 125.
on Gray's elegy, 221.

of Sir Roger Troysden, 70.
on le petit Albert, 474.

M (J. B, Flemish account, 8
on origin of Rucnco, 3.

M. J. F.) on Ling and Bodenham, 86.
on Richard ot Cirencester, 206.

M. (J. H.) ou Countess of Pembroke's let.
on Roger Bacon; hints and queries for

ter, 119.
a new edition of his works, 34

M. J.R) on parallel passages or plagia-
on theses, 461.

risins in Childe Harold, 299.
on treatise of equivocation, 264. Mutius and crumpets, derivation of, 173.
wild huntsman, $63.

205. 233.
did Ohver Cromwell write the new Munford George), query, Is the Dombec
Star of the North. 92.

the Domesday of Alired, 363.
M. (J. B.) on Bristol riots, 352.

Murrain in cows (charm for) used in Ire-
on a French maxim, 21.

land, S19.
M. (J. B.) on ancient molto, 9.

Mu ahr on a Flemish account, 74.
M. J. F.) on birthplace of Andrew Borde, Music roon in Charles Street, Covent Gar-
88.

den, 395.
on definition of clericus, J49.

in Dean Street, Soho, 395.
ou derivation of calamily, 208.

Jíutual friend," Dr. Kennedy on the ex.
on Gray's elegy, 101

pression, 119.
hints to intending editors, 386.

M (W) on derivation of " finkle," 381. 477.
on Mare de Saham and Portuin Pu- M. (W. B.) on Mare de Saham- Portum
silluin, 106.

Pusillum-Watew.ch, 121.
on letters of Mrs Chiffinch, 12+.

M., W. L.) on Gray's Elegy, 921.
on notes froin flyleaves, No. iv.. 164. * My love and I for kisses playeu," &c., 302.

on a passage in L'Allegro, botes on 45%.
Milton's inin r poems, 516.

My inind to me a kingdon is, 489.342.
on Richard Haley or Hales, S66.
on the fraternity of vagabonds. 220.
on Walewich or Watewich, 30.

N.
M. (J. Hon Burel, 341.
on Jew's-har, S12

N. on Reinerius Saccho, 205.
on Milton's L'Allegro, 316.

- on Bohn's edition of Milton's prose
00" to fettle," 1419.

works, 48 3.
Modest discours, 205, 2.33

on bu-ts of James I. and Charles I.,
Moastery, arrangement of one, 452.

and aucient tapestry, 43.
Moneta Sanctæ Helenæ, 100.

on discours moviest, 205.
Monk, Skinner's life of, 578.

on Dr. Sam. Parr, and Dr. John Tay-
Moninouth's ash, 82

lor of Shrewsbury school, 467.
Duke of, 835.

on Katharine Pegg, 91.
ext cution of, 237.

on Rev. T. Ieman, 91.
capture of, 3_4.

- on Willian Godwin, 415.
inedited letter of, 379.

N (A.), Minar's Books of Antiquities, 277.
meinorials of the last days of, 198.

on Reheting and Rehetours,"79.
correspondence, +27.

on William Baxter, 255.
his pocket-book, 397.

Nagshead, Cheapside, 410.

0. on a Latin cpigram, 416.
0 (i.) on portraits in the British Mu-

seum, 30).
0 (R.) on coffee, the Lacedæmonian
black broth, 12t. 204.

on portrait of Charles I., 198.

on register of (ruinwell's baptism, 136.
Office book of Sir Henry Herbert, 143.

Ogilby's Britannia, 153.
Old Auster Tenements, 217. 307.

bruoks, English and American reprints
of, 209.

Robin Gray, MS. notes in, 165
Oliphant (G. H. Hewit) on law of horses,

491.
Oliver (George) on Daysman, 267.
Omens from battle, 258.
Opinions respecting English historians:-

1. Bishop Burnet, 40..11. Lord Clarendon,

165.
Order of Minerva, 88.
Ordination, pledges, 156. 206. 235.
Origin, of the Jews-harp, 257,

of the change of Mary into Pollv, 299.
Ormerod (Geo.) on Sydenham or Tiden.

ham, 458.
Ormonde, (second Duke of), 380.

house, 320.
Orosius, (Anglo-Saxon MS. of), 371.
Ortus Vocabulorum, 90.
Ossory, (Bishops of ), 305.
Otlon the Scribe, by S. W. Singer, 113. 147.
Our progress, 129. 289.

progress and prospects, 50.

further progress, 393.
Owen (Rev. Dr.), new edition of his works,
276.

epigram from the Latin of, 308.
Oxoniensis on Bp. Ken's Hymns, 188.

on MS. Sermons by Jeremy Taylor, 125.

Prendergast (M.) on Scole Inn, 983
Pretender, the lobster in the medal of the,

58. 167.
Price (E. B.) on coffee, the Lacedæmonian

black broth, 139.
Printers' couplets, 86.
Printing presses, topography of foreign,

277. 348.
Priscian, query about a or an before vox. I,

els, 350.
Prison discipline and execution of justice,

70.
Propugnaculum, Anti-Pistorianum,
Proverb, a living dog better than a dead

lion, 404
Proverbial sayings and their origin, ser.'

382.
Provincial words, 457.
Prutenicæ, meaning of, 215. 284.
Psalıns, liturgy version of, 203. 234.
-, Lord Bacon's metrical version of, 912

235. 2013.
Ptolemy of Alexandria, 142. 170.
Public libraries, 391.
Pursuers of literature, 212.
Pursuits of literature, 253.
Purvey on the Apocalypse, 452.
Pusan, Iklynton collar, 440.
Pwcci on Caerphile Castle, and the use of

Samolus and Selago by the Druids, 157.
- on curious Welsh custom, 175,
P.(W.P.) on a passage in Cowper's Task,
293.

on derivation of "calamity,"

P.

0.
Q. on a Flemish account. 74.
Quæsitor, Vox Populi, monody on Sir John

Moore, 391.
Quarterly Review on Burnet, 41.
Queen of hearts, 320.
Queen's bagnio, 286.

messengers, 186. 921. 415.
Queen Street, Great, Lincoln's Inn, 244.
Quem Deus vult perdere, 351, 421. 476.
Queries on outline, 318.

Woolton's Christian Manual, 399.
Query as to notes, 43.

on Ptolemy of Alexandria, 149
Quevedo, Spanish bull-fights, 381.

R.

Periwinkle, a mocking emblem, 77.
Peruse or pervise, the word, 215. 222. 319.
Petit Albert, 385.
Petition, form of, 43. 75.
Pet names, 242. 299.
P. (6.) on Annus Trabeationis, 105.

query respecting Urbanus Regius, 367.
Pharaoh, lines on, 406.
$ on florins, 119.

on lions in the Tower, 42.

on wives of ecclesiastics, 116.
Philalethis Cestriensis, 334.
Philautus, epigram to, 358.
Philip, St., 216.
Philobodius, lines on Pharaoh, 406.
Phænix, lay of, Anglo-Saxon, 203. 235.

- by Lactantius, 283.
Ponoros, on derivation of Zero, 268.

, on the origin of the change of Mary
into Polly, 299.
Phonetic peculiarity, 463.
Physicians, proverb against, 277.
Pictures of Queen Elizabeth and Charles I.

in churches, 184,
Pilgrimage of kings, 173.

of princes, 203.
Pimlico, origin of name, 383. 474.
Pisan, meaning of, 101. 236. 266. 299.
Pitt's (Lord Chatham) resignation, 65.
Pity is akin to love, 248.
P. (J.) on origin of word “bug," 237.
P. (KM.) on the festival of St. Michael

and all angels, 203.
Plagiarisms, or parallel passages, 163. 260.

32. 317.
Pianché (J. R.) on ancient tapestry, 68.

on armour of Black Prince and
sword of Charles I., 183.

on Queen's messengers, 221.
Plays, authors of old, 120.
Poem by Sir Edward Dyer, 355.
- in Lansdowne MSS., 12.
Poems of William Basse, 265.
Poetical symbolism, 219.
Poets, Leigh Hunt's son net on, 122.
Poghele, meaning of, 186. 406.
Poins and Bardolph, 3385. 418.
Dointz of Greenham, family of, 94
Pokership or Porkership, meaning of, 185.

218. 226. 269. 281. 323. 309.
Poley (Sir John), portrait of, 585.
Policy, history of landed and commercial,

in England, 59. 91.
Political maxim, when first used, 93. 104.
Polly, origin of the change of Mary into,

215. 299.
Polyglot, Complutensian, 213.251.268. 325.

402 461.
Poor Robin's almanack, 470.
Poore's (Edward Literary Collections, 122.
Pope Felix, 415 475,
Pope and Petronius, 452.

- Petronius, and his translators, 414.
-, passages from, 245.
-, quotations from, 102.

on a passage in, 201.

vindicated, 362.
Pope's Homer's Odyssey, errors in, 331.

revision of Spence's essay on the
Odyssey, 39ti.

translations of Horace, 230.
Porkership, 324. See Pokership.
Portrait by Boonen, $86.

of Charles I., 137.
Portraits in the British Museum, 305.

of Luther and Erasmus, 202.

of Luther, Erasmus, and Ulric von
Hutten, 303.
Portugal, gazetteer of, 246. 3.18.
Portum pusillum, 106. 121.
Potter (T. R) on Belvoir Castle, 384.
Pound, St. Giles's, 2H.
Powell's (Rev. T.) Human Industry, Bol.

ton Corney on, 102.
Powers (John) on Eva, daughter of Dermot

Macmurrough, 163.
Praise undeserved, origin of the line, 222.
Pray remember the grotto, 5.
Prebendaries, 400.

P. on Boston de Bury, 186.

on Carena, 186.

was not Sir George Jackson "Junius,"
172. 276.
Painted glass, 197.
Painter, Seager, a. 169.
P. A. G. S.), Snow of Chicksand priory,

351.
Pallace, the meaning of, 202. 233. 284.
Pall Mall, 436.
Palmerston (Henry Viscount), lines attri.

buted to, 382
Pamphlets respecting Ireland, 384. 473.
Pandoxare, 202. 234. 284.
Paraphrase of the Gospels, Erasmus', 172.
Parallel passages, 330.
Pardonere (the) and Frere, 390.
Parish registers, extracts from, 41.
- statistics, Chart, Kent, 442.
Parker street, Drury lane, 229.
Parkership, porkership. See Pokership.
Parliamentary writs, 305.
Parnell, lines by, 127.
Parr (Dr.Sam.) of Shrewsbury,and Shrews.

bury school, 466.
Parson's charity, Oliver Cromwell as a

feoffee of, 465.
Passage froin an old play, 76.

from Pope. 245.
Patron saint of Lawyers, 151.
Pavoise of the Black Prince, 283.
Pawnbrokers' three balls, 42.
Paying through the nose, 333. 421.
P. (C.) on Parnell, 427.
Peal of bells, a, 170.

anecdote of a, 382.
Peckham East), Kent, extract from parish

registers, 41.
Pedigrees, Norman, 214. 266.
Pedlar's song attributed to Shakspere, and

tradition connected with Shakspere's

"Hamlet," 23.
Pegge Catherine), 59.90. 141. 200.
Pembroke, Dorset, and Montgomery, coun-

tess of, celeorated letter of, 28. 119. 154.
Penniel, etymology of, 449.
Penny, etymology of, 384.411.
Percy (Dr.) and the poems of the Earl of

Surrey, 470.
Peviergiis Bibliophilus, on book of the

mousetrap, 15+,
Periplus of Hanno, the Carthaginian, 361.

412.

R. on Caraccioli's life of Lord Clive, 108.

on Cartwright's poems, 151.
on Macaulay's Young Levite, 167.
on Sir R. Haigh's letter-book, 463.

on "sneck-up," 492.
R. (A.) on Hordys, 404.
R. (A. B.) on Bartholomew Legate, the
martyr, 483.

lines on London dissenting ministers,
454.

on Dr. Richard Holsworth and Thos
Fuller, 484.
Rahere on curious monumental hrass, 947.
Rainbow in the morning, &c , 451.
Rain, fall of, in England, 173.235.
Raleigh, bust of Sir Walter, 76.
Ranelagh, Lord, daughter of, and Charles !

II., 478.
Rappee (Brown) on " esquire" and "

tleman,"437.
Ravennas, anonymous, date of, 194. 990.568.
Rawdon papers, 400.
R. (C.J.) on catsup, 283.

on derivation of " Jærig," $87.
on gourders of rain, 419.
on Quem Deus vult perdere, 421.
on MSS. of Dr. Hugh Todd, S40.
on Norman pedigrees, 267.
on tablet of Napoleon, 406.
on translation of Ælian, 967.
on the transposition of letters, 422
on the use of monosyllables, 285.

gee- 1

on

R. (C. J.), to endeavour oneself, 285.
R. (C. U. B. E.) on a nation's ballads, 124.
R. (D. N.) on misquotations, 38.
Reconciliation, the, in 1564, 186.
Record publications, 90.
Records, extracts from old, 317.
Red Lion Square, 436.
Red maids of Bristol, 183. 219.
R. (E F.) on the Strand Maypole, 142.

on John Lucas's MS. collection of
English songs, 174.

on Colonel Blood's house, 174.
References, query as to, 20.

accuracy of, 170
Regimental badges, 115.
Reheting and Rehetours, meaning of, 155.

278.
Reigate, MS. chronicles at, 6.
Reinerius Saccho, 106. 205.
Revells, the otfice of master of, 219. 273.
R. (G. J.) on writers of notes on fly-leaves,

51.
Richard of Cirencester, 93.
Richard, Duke of Gloucester, autograph

motto of, 138. 252
— III., true tragedy of, 315.
Richardson,

E. Bouchier, query relating to
Rev. Dr. Thomlinson, 350.
Richmond Buildings, Soho, 196.
Rich (A.), Jun., on the Buckingham motto,
459.

on meaning of " grummett,” 358.

(Anthony), Jun., on Pope, Petronius,
and his translators, +14.
Rider, Sir William, 203 208. 325.
Rimbault, E. F., Dr., on authors who have
privately printed their own works, +69.

on ballad of Jemmy Dawson, 158.
on Betterton's duties of a player, 105.

bibliographical notes, 413.
on Dr. Burney's musical works, 135.

Cunningham's Handbook for
London, which see.

Robson (W.) on the name Martel, 294. Sanson (John)," a living dog better than a
Rock (Rev. Daniel) on the fraternity of dead lion," origin of, 352.

Christian doctrine — Chaucer's night on Bishop Cosin's form of consecra-
charm, 281.

tion of churches, 303.
on the watching of the sepulchre, 354. on C. Agricola's Propugnaculum, 88.

on the Wickliffite version of the scrip- 203.
tures, 405.

on La Mer des Histoires, 286.
on Vox Populi vox Dei, 370.

— on treatise by Engelbert, 21+.
Rococo, 321. 356.

Sans Souci Theatre, Leicester Place, 150.
Rodd (Mr.) sale of his books, 190.

Samuto's Doges of Venice, 35. 75. 220.
Roger Bacon, hints and queries for a new Sapcote motto, 366. 476.
edition of his works. 393.

Sartorius on travelling in England, 145.
Roger de Coverley, 59. 118.

Satirical medal of the Pretender, 58. 70.
Rogers (J. R.) on the meaning of palace, 103. 167.
202.

Savile, Marquis of), Halifax, 384.
Roman Catholic church, statistics of, 61. Savegard and Russells, meaning of, 202.
Roman numerals, 434.

267.
Roodloft, history of, 195.

Sayers, the caricaturist, 187.
Rose, under the, 214.

S. (C. on water gate, 164.
Rosh, query respecting Sir Robert Long, Scala Cæli, 366. 402 455.
382.

Scarborough warning, 138.
koss (C.) on the Duke of Monmouth's S. (C. F.) extracts from parish registers of
pocket-blok, 397.

East Peckham, Kent, 42.
on author of Laissez faire laissez on the fraternity of Christian doctrine,
passer, 390.

211.
Roterodamus or Luther and Erasmus, 27.

on origin of Epithet Factotum, 44.
Rotton Row and Stockwell Street, 441. Scheible of Stuttgart, books published by,
Rowland's Choise of Change, 38.

130.
Royal genealogies, 282,

Scole, White Hart Inn, 245. 283.
household allowances, 85.

Schoolboy on Byron and Tacitus, 390.
Roydon on fall of rain in England, 174. Sclater (Dr.), in books of, 178.
R. (R.) on golden frog, 282.

Scotland, curse of, nine of diamonds, why
- on hints to intending editors, 243.

so called, 90.
on provincial words, 467.

thistle of, 24. 166.
R. (T. C.) et yino ogy of havior, 358.

Scotus on faws of wind, 88.
Rufa on the Red Naids of Bristol, 219.

on Duke of Monmouth's correspond.
Rufus, Nosce teipsum, 391.

ence, 427.
Cupid crying, 172

on a Flemish account, 74.
on the Devotee, 222.

on roasted mouse, 430.
epigram from the Latin of Vincent

on order of Minerva, 88.
Bourne, 953.

on Mndoc's expedition to America, 25.
epigram by, 204.

on thistle of Scotland, 90.
epigram from the Latin of Owen, 308. S. (C. W.) query, whence Shakspeare took
epigrain on soul and body, Syo.

on Cheshire round, 456.

on Domingo Lomelyn, jester to Henry
VIII., 191.

English translation of Erasmus En-
comium Moriæ, 455.
-, on the exaletation of ale, a poem, 146.
on the field of forty footsteps, 217.

the first coffee-houses in England,
314.

the French Change, Sobo, 410.
on Gesta Grayorum, 489.
on Hudibras, 178.
on Lollius, 418.

on Lydgate and Coverdale and their
biographers, 379.

on Marylebone Gardens, 490.
on the Maudeleyne Grace, 437.
on mother of Thomas à Becket, 490.

on office-book of Sir Henry Herbert,
143
on office of Master of the Revels, 219.
on the origin of the Jews. harp, 277.
on Pimlico, 474.

ten queries concerning poets and
poetry, S02

on Roger de Coverley, 118.
on salting, 492.

on Sir Edward Dering's household
book, A.D. 1618_52, 162.

on William Basse and his poems, 266.
on spur nioney, 494.
on sword called curtana, 364.
tracts by Decker and Nash, 454.
on Turnstile Lane, Holborn, 244.
on use of beaver hats in England,
317.

Vertue's manuscripts, 319.

when were umbrellas introduced into
England, 414.

who translated the Turkish Spy, 334.
Ringers'true guide, Beaufoy's, 157.
Riots, Bristol, 352. 460.
R. (L. C.) on derivation of " to settle," 149.
R. (N. E.) allusion in Friar Brackley's

sermon, 351.
Roasted mouse, 430.

the names Poins and Bardolph, 385.
epigram to Philantus, 358.

S. (D.) on the bishop that burneth, 87.
on the golden age, 270.

on Defoe's tour through Great Bri-
lines on Miminum de Malis, 374.

tain, 205.
on “ Nec pluribus impar," 422.

on Marescausia, 94.
ode to David Cook from V. Bourne, on Praise undeserved, 222.
152.

on record publications. 90.
translation from V. Bourne, 347.

on St. Antholin's parish books, 423.
Runcton, North, Norfolk, extract from S. (D. V.), query, brown study, 352.
parish register of, 103.

on complexion, 473.
Runes, 478

on direct and indirect etymology, 331.
Rush bearings, 258.

"as lazy as Ludlum's dog as laid him
Russell (Lady Rachel), 462

down to bark," $92
Russells and Savegard, meaning of, 202 Seager, a painter, 469.
R. (W. B.) on Vox et Præterea nihil, 421. S. (E.) on Bayswater and its origin, 163.
R. (W. D.) on Henry Ryder, bishop of on pokership, 369.
Killaloe, 383.

Secretan (Rev. C. F.) on Sermones Sancti
R. (W.J. B.) on hexameter verses in the Caroli Borromæi, 27.
scriptures, 109.

Selago and Samolus, the use of, by the
Ryder (Henry bishop of Killaloe, 383. 418. Druids, 157. 231. 368.
(Sir William), 282.

Selden (Error in Johnson's life of), 451.
Rye (W. B.) on captivity of the Queen of titles of honour, 35).
Bruce in England, 290.

Seleucus on Anglo-Saxon lay of the Phoenix,
203.

on Cromwell's estates, 339.
S

on Eva, daughter of Dermot Macmur.

rough, 163.
S. on the Buckingham motto, 283.

on Folk Lore of Wales. 291.
on Poins and Bardolph. 418.

on new-year's-day custom, 214.
of N, S, on queries in church history, -on Tureen, 340.
158.

on Twm Sion Catti, 456.
2. on law courts at St. Alban's, 366.

Sepulchre (watching of), 318. 354.
on Thynne's Collection of Chancel. Seriopoli, 213.
lors, 60.

Serinones Sancti Caroli Borromæi, 97
on tandem, 382.

Serpent's eggs, and straw necklaces, 24.
on the meaning of grummett, 319. Scutter's" Atlas Novus," 156.
Sacrilege punished by flaying, 185.

Seven champions of Christendom, 418.
Safeguard, 419.

Sewerage in Etruria, 180.
Salisbury Change, 451.

Seymour, (Colonel Hyde), S51.
Salt at Montem, 384. 473.

S. (G. A.) on the Pardonere and Frere,
Salting (college) and tricking of fresl.men, 390
201. $90. 492.

(H.) on Complutensian MSS. 461.
something else about, 319.

Shaftesbury (Earl of ), on Monmouth's
Samolus and Selago, the use of, by the Ash, 82.
Druids, 157. 231. 368.

- (Lord), and Dr. Whichcot, 382.
Sangred, meaning of, 124. 325.

Shakespeare and dear stealing, 4.

Shakespeare, employment of monosyllables, Sonnets by W.J. Thoms, 203. 292.

Sterne's Koran, 216. 418.
228.
Soul and body, 390.

Stevens (David) on divination by the Bible
Malone's blunder in, 213.
Southwell's supplication, 351.

and key, 413.
MSS. 53.
S. (P.), on authorship of a couplet, 231.

on errors in Pope's Homer's Odyssey,
and the old Taming of the Shrew, 345. Sparse, meaning of, 215. 251.

332.
papers, Dr. Maginn's, 470.
S. (P. C. S.), on Bernicia, 388.

on John Ross Mackay, 356.
Hainlet, tradition respecting, 23.

on Mr. Cresswell and Miss Warneford, Steward or Stewart, family of, Bristol, $35.
Pedlar's Song attributed to, 23.
189.

405.
Shipster, meaning of, 216. 251.

on Duke of Ashgrove, 92.

Stoke on ancient churchyard customs, 14!.
Sholbus, (D.) on old charms, 293.

on Dr. Dove of Doncaster, 73.

Storey's Gate, Birdcage Walk, St. Jaica's
Shore (Dick), 220.

on Gazetteer of Portugal, 281.

Park, 114.
Short's Gardens, Drury Lane, 129.

on iron railings round St. Paul's, 446. Stowe (John), 291.
Shrew, derivation of, 581, 421. 412.

on Sir W. Rider, 203.

Strand (Maypole), 142.
Taming of the, 194. 227. 315.

on a passage in Pope, 202,

Straw necklaces, 104.
Shrewsbury and Shrewsbury School, Dr. Pope vindicated, 3: 2.

Strewing straw or chaff, 294.
Sam. Parr, and Dr. John Taylor of, 466.

on verb to endeavour oneself, 154. Strode's (Dr.) poem, 490.
Shrouds, or clouds, in Shakespeare, 58. Spectre, Sir Thomas Boleyn's, 468.

song by attributed to Fletcher, 146.
Shuck, the dog-fiend, 468.
Speculum Exemploruin, 380.

Strickland (H. E.) on the Dodo, 410.
Shylock, on the name, 184. 221.

Spence's Essay on the Odyssey (Pope's re- on Dodo queries, 262.
S. (J.) on“ By hook or by crook," 237. vision of), 396.

Street (John) on sword of Charles I.. 572.
- on Forlot or Forthlot, 371.
Spenser's monument, 481.

Stuart Lady Arabella) new facts about, 10.
Sickingen, Franz Von, S36. 389.
Spur money, 373, 37+. 462. 494.

271.
Signe of the end, query respecting, 12. Spurious letter of Sr R. Walpole, 388. Student on Madoc's expedition, 12.
Simpson (William Sparrow), on a curious S. (R S.), on Dance Thumbkin, 493. Stukeley (Dr.), Medal of, 122.
monumental brass, 370.

on "A frog he would a-wooing go," Subscriber, on Scala Cæli, 366.
Sirger S. W. on Ælfric's coloquy, 198. 278. 458.

on wives of ecclesiastics, 77.
on king Alfreu's Geography of Europe, S. (R. J.) on History of Edward II., 220. Suckling, inedited song by, 72.
313.

on a peal of bells, 170,

lines in the style of, 90. ISS,
on the Anglo-Saxon word Unlaed, 430. S. (S.) on Sir William Rider, 269.

Sudlow Jno ) on Dr. Dobbs and his borte
on borrowed thoughts, 182.

S. (S. P.), query on line quoted by De Nobbs, 253.
on contradictions in Dox Quixote ; Quincey, 351.

Superstition, Death-bed, 315.
and query as to the Buscapié, 171.
S. S. S. on black broth, $99.

Superstitions of the midland counties, $1.
on the Dodo queries, 485.
on daysman, 419.

in the north of England, 294.
Dodo replies, 353.

on Deputy Lieutenants of the Tower Supper of the Lorde, 332.355. 30%.
on Hanno's Periplus, 412.
of London, 400.

Surrey (Earl of) and his poems, and what
to Dr. Jacob Grimm 292.

on Easter eggs, 397.

Dr. Percy did with them, 471.
on Lærig. 460.

on gloves, 115.

Sussex, iron inanufactories of, 87.
on Luther's translation of the New

on Hever, 405.

S. (W. H.) on the origin of grog, 168
Testament, 453.

on “ By hook or by crook," 405. Swift's opinion of Burnet, 41.
- on Pope's revision of Spence's Essay on monumental brass, 405.

-, note of, on Herodotus, 350.
on the Ody&sey, 396.

on note books, 422.

Swingeing tureen, 406.
— what books did Otloh write, 113.

on Poghell, 406.

Sword called Curtana, 364.
Singular motto, 214.

on prebendaries, 400,

Sword of Charles I. 372.
Sir Roger de Coverley, 368.

on safeguard, 419.

Swords worn in public, 415.
Siwel on God tempers the Wind, 418.

on the Steward family, 405.

Swot, origin of, 352, S69.
$. (J. A.) on By hook or by crook, 405.

on ancient tiles, 419.

Sydenham or Tidenhain, 458.
on Lord Bacon's metrical version of on tureen, 407.

Symbolical custom, 363.
the Psalms, 203.

on Watewich, 405.

Symbolism of the fir cone, 247.
on ballad maker and legislators, 153. S. (S. W.), on Antony Alsop, 219.

of flowers, 457.
on discours modest, 233.
epigram by La Monnoye, 373.

poetical, 919.
on family of Dove of Doncaster, 253. on Ave Trici and Glieeze Ysenoudi, Symbols of the four Evangelists, 585. 471.
on Gesta Gravorum, 351.

267.
on lines quoted by Goethe, 188

on Drayton's Poems, 83.
S. (J. J.) motto of University of Cambridge. on Henno Rusticus, 89.

T
S (J. M.) on topography of foreign print.. on Lacedæmonian black broth, 942.
ing presses, 310.

on “My Love and I for kisses played," T. on Bishop Burnet, 181.
S. (J.) on Norman pedigrees, 267.
458.

on bone houses, 221.
on Southwell's supplication, 351.

- on portraits of Luther and Erasmus, on buruing the dead, 916.
recent novel, 285.
232.

on Pedlar's song atttibuted to Shake-
S. (J. P.) on dissenting ministers, 145.

on Otloh the scribe, 147.

spere, 23.
on chapels, 417.
poem by Sir Edward Dyer, 555.

on MSS. of Casaubon, 422.
Skinner's life of Monk, 978.

on portraits of Ulrich of Hutten, 337. on the word Rococo, 321.
Skipwyth (Sir William), king's justice in on Warburton and Collier v. Dyce, 53. on Woolton's Christian Manual, 599.
Ireland, 23.

S. (S. W.) on Sanuto's Doges of Venice, T. (A.) on Discurs Modest, 142.
Skyring (G. William), on America known

75.

- on Rev. Thomas Leman, 59.
to the ancients, 312.
St. Antholin's parish books, 423.

Table book, 215.
S. (L.), on allusions in homilies, 229. St. Chad (Henry', on burning the dead, 308. Tablet to Napoleon, 406 461.
on omens from cattle, 259.

St. Croix (H. C.) on Gray's Elegy, 150. Tace Latin for a candle, 385.
on Tempora mutantur, 234.

on “ Love's last Shift," 383.

Tacitus and Byron, 590.
Slang phrases, 231.
St. Evona's choice, 2553.

Tale of a tub, 326.
Sinelling of the lamp, 335. 371.

St. Francis (Flemish work on the Order of), Talisman, Charlemagne's, 140. 187.
Smirke (E ). on the last of the villains, 139. 385.

Taming of the Shrew, the old, 194.
on old Auster Tenements, 307.

St. George (Lewelyn) on Bishop Lesly, Taming of a Shrew, play of, 194.227. Stá
on pokership, 269.
186.

Tandem, 382
Sinyth's extracts on Burnet, 41.
St. Martin's Lane, 376.

Tapesny, ancient, 43. 68
Sneck up, 192
St. Olave's, Crutched Friars. 115.

Tavistock Street, Covent Garden, 196.
Snob, origin of, 185. 250.
St. Paul's Alley. 410.

'Taylor (Jeremy), MSS. sermons by, 195.
Snow of Chicksand priory, 351.

St. Paul's Churchyard, 410.
Snow (Robert), query as to illustrations of St. Valentine in Norwich-Cook. Eels, 293. Taylor" (Dr. John) of Shrewsbury and
cressets vert vert painted on enamel, 366. Standards of the Anglo-Saxonis, devices Shrewsbury school, 466.
-on hanap, 478.
on, 216.

Telescopes, Rev. J. Edwards on metal for,
on horns, 456.

Staneshy J. T.) on the word Sparse, 251. 174. 206.
on Judas Bell, 357.
Stanyan (Temple), 382.

Temple, the, or a temple, 335. 420.
on “ A Mess," 153.

Statistics (early) Chart, Kent, 330. 411. Temple Stanyan, 460.
Soc, (C. R.) on college salting, 521.
Stationers' Registers, 84.

Tempora mutantur, 254 419.
Soho Square, 450.

Statistics of the Roinan Catholic Church, Teneber Wednesday, 459.
Solomon Dayrolles, 476.

61. 107.

Teneinents, Old Auster, 217.507.
Song of the bees, 415.

Stephens' (Rev. W.) sermons, 118. SS4. Tennison's funeral sermon on NellGryone,
Song in the style of Suckling, 133.

Sterling and Penny, derivation of, 384. 411. 28.

Viz. why used for videlicet, 120.
Vondel's Lucifer. 142. 169.
Vox on Billingsgate, 164.
Vox et prreterea nihil, 247.387,

49
V. (R.) on French maxim, 215.

- on Palm Sunday wine, 363.

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

W.

Tracts, by Eachard, 320.

by Dekker and Nash. 454.

religious, by F. H., 460. 490.
Trade editions, 55.
Trafalgar, battle of, letters of Lord Nelson's

brother after, 36.
Tragedy of Richard III. 315.
Transportation of letters, 181. 293. 4.2
Translation of lian, 267.
Translation of the Scriptures, MSS. of

366,
Travelling of old, in England, 87. 145. 167.
290.

hand bills. 116.

in 1590, 400.
Treatise on Art and Nature, J. B's, 401.

458.
Trunck breeches, 382. $84. 445. 489.
Tub, tale of a, 326.
Tureen, origin of, 246. 307. 340. 407. 455.
"Turkish Spy," who translated it, 331.
Turnbull (W. B. D.D.), on Scutter's At-

las Novus, 156
Turner's MS. History of Westminster, 140.
Turner (T. Hudson), on beaver hats, 266.
- on Pisan, 266.

on Moneta Santa Helenæ, 101.
Turnstile Lane, Holborn, 241.
T. (W. C.), on public libraries, 391.
Twm Shawn Cattie, 383. 455, 456. 489.
Two noble kinsmen, 133.
Twysden, MSS. of Sir Ruger, 76. 289.
Tyburn gallows, 180.
Tyndale, 03.
Typographical Antiquities by Dibdin, 56.

U.

Ulrich of Hutten, portraits of, 336.
Umbrellas, when were they introduced into

England, 414.
“ Under the rose," 214.
Unlaed, the Anglo-Saxon word, 430.
Urbanus Regius, 567. 419.
Use of coffins, 321.

V.

Ten queries concerning poets and poetry,

302.
T. (E. S.), numismatic queries, 468.
T. (E. S.), on “ Shuck," the dog-fiend, 468.

on Sir Thomas Boleyn's spectre, 468.
ba on ancient church plate, 73.
Theophania, 174.
Theory of Vision (Berkeley's) vindicated,

107. 131.
on devices on standards of the Anglo-
Saxons, 216.
- on MSS. of Locke, 461.

- on religious tract by F. H., 460.
Theses, bibliography of, 401. 461.
Thistle of Scotland, 24. 90.
Thomas à Becket, mother of, 415.
Thomas (St.) of Lancaster, 181. 234.
T'homlinson (Rev. Dr.), Query relating to,

350.
Thoms (William I.), “Pray remember the
grotto," 5.

on white gloves at a maiden assize,
72.

sonnets by, 200. 222.
on metrical charms, 229.

weather proverb, 413.
Thornhill (Sir J.), pocket book of, 125.
Thorpe (B.), on Elfric's Colloquy, 232.
Thoulouse, inquisition of, 10.
Three balls of pawnbrokers, 42.
Throwing old shoes at a wedding, 468.
Thynne's collection of ehancellors, 60.
Tickhill, “God help me," 249. 325. 422.
Tilbury, aboriginal chambers near, 462.
Tiles, ancient, 173. 419.
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.

on Bishop Barnaby, 132.
on catacombs and bone-houses, 210.

on curious custom, 215.
T. (J. M.), on Madoc's emigration to

America, 136. 236.
Todd ( Rev. James H.), on ancient libraries,
83.

on Berkeley's Theory of Vision vindi.
cateul, 130.

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

on reheting, rehetours, &c., 155.
Todd ( Dr. Hugh), MSS. formerly belonging

to, 246. 282 340.
To endeavour oneself, 285.
Tom Brown, lines attributed to, 379.
Tomlinson of Southwingfield, Derbyshire,

215.
Toothache, charm for the, 429.
Topography of foreign printing presses,

277. 310.
Totness, etymology of, 470.
Tottenham Street 150.
Tottenham Court Road, 228.
Torri's Polyglot edition of Gray's elegy,

150.
Treatise upon the microscope, 217.
Trebor on Emerods, 476.
- on lines quoted by Goethe, 125.

on death bed superstition, 467.
Trevelyan wir W.Calverly), on anonymous
Ravennas, 368.

on St. Alban's Day, $99.
on Lacedæmonian black broth, 204.
on Portugal, 368.
on Selago, 368.
on Sir Roger de Coverley, 368.

on watching the sepulchre, 403.
Treves (Engelbert, Archbishop of), treatise

by, 214.
Trimble family, 485.
Trophee, 303. 339.
T. (T. H.), on Tower Royal, 116.
T. (T.), on Macaulay's Young Levite, 374.
Tower royal, origin of, 28. 116.
- of London, lions in, 42.

deputy lieutenants of, 400.
Towton, the battle of, 124.

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 tall barrister
named Long, 422.

a close translation, 422.

on Dorne the bookseller, and Henno
Rusticus, 12. 88.

on Gray's elegy, 128.
on Gray's Alcaic ode, 416.

on Henry Ryder, Bishop of Kinaloe,
418.

on Lacedæmonian black bsoth, 155.
300.

on Mertens, 185.
W. (A.) on translations of #han, 284.

on apposition, 384.

on discovery of the eirculation of the
blood, 202.

on “ Tempora mutantur nos et muta
mur in illis, 419.
Wages in 17th and 19th centuries, 296.
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 Westmia.
ster, 140.

on St. Margeret's, Westininster, 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. 356. 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,

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, $49. 482.
Watchmen, warming to, 167.
Watching the sepulchre, 318. 354. 403.
Watewich, 121, 405.
Was (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 James II., 489.
Weather proverbs, 413.

rhyme (Norfolk), 319.
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-cup Hymn, 157.
Westminster, l'urner's MS history of, 140.
Westmoreland, Lady Jane of, 103.
W. (G.) on American aborigines called

Indians, 491.

V. on Cromwell's estates, 389. 277.

on El Buscapie, 206.
on muffins, 205.

on serpents' eggs and straw necklaces,
24.

on travelling in England, 68.
Van Voorst's Polygiot edition of Gray's

Elegy, 150
Vagabonds, fraternitve of, 183. 220.
Vanbrugh's London improvements, 142.
Vaux on origin of Grog, 52.
V. (E.), on anecdote of Charles the First,
437.

on Arabic numerals, 230.
on Christmas hymn, 201.
on college salting, 306.
on a curious monumental brass, 370.
on Dutch language, 383.

on feast of St. Michael and All Angels,
235.
on a Latin verse, 215.
on ordination pledges, 235.
on Pusan Iklynton collar, 400.
on Tower Royal, 116.

on watching the sepulchre, 403. 354.
Venator on Sir Stephen Fox, 250.
Venice, Sanuto's Doges of, 35. 175. 220.
Venison, proclamation respecting sale of, 5.
Ventris (Edw.) on Frusius, 180.

of Roland Monoux, 188.
Verbum Græcum, 415.
Versicle and response, 440.
Vert Vert, illustrations of Gresset's, painted

ou enamel, 36. 375,
Vertue's manuscripts, 319. 372.
Villains, last of the, 139,
Vincent (R.), on Gothic architecture, 59.
Viridis vallis, 213. 285.

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