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Bunch (Mother), two of this name, 452
Bunn (Alfred), dramatist, 309
Banyan (John), his flute, 430; meeting-house in

Southwark, 126
Burleigh (Dr. Francis), Rector of Thorley, Herts, 228,

314, 379
Burleigh (Wm. Cecil, first Lord), alluded to in the

“Faerie Queene," 21, 22
Burn (J. S.) on London chapels, 326

Longevity of incumbents, 99
Sandtoft register, 99
Trepsack and Forster families, 401

Water-shed, its derivation, 125
Burnet family, 146
Burnet (James), landscape painter, 292
Burning alive of women, 4, 57, 95
Burns (Robert) and George IV., 69
Burns (Robert), jun., “ Caledonian Musical Museum,"

497
Burrow (Reuben), mathematician, 10
Burton (Rev. George), bis longevity, 370
Busby (George Frederick), noticed, 347
Busby (Julian), barrister, 441
Busby (Thomas), Mus. Doctor, his sons, 347
Bush-houses, 141, 200, 258
Buzz the bottle, 212
B. (W.) on Sir Robert Vernon, 476

William III., anonymous works on, 300
Byng (Dr. Andrew), noticed, 228, 380

C. on William Billyng, 113

Berry or Bury, 304
Expedition to Carthagenia, 309
Flodden Field, 98
“ History of Miss Clarinda Cathcart," 327
London an ecclesiastical metropolis, 28
Longevity, 370
Manorial rights, 352
May-pole in the Strand, 177
Mending the Piggens, 173
O'Reilly (Count) at Algiers, 518
Political characters, 363
Sleeping garments, 439
Seals used on Franco-Gallic deeds, 111
St. Germanus, 131
Theta on British coins, 111
Trollop (Robert), his tomb, 437

“ Visit to Dublin,” its author, 529
C. (1.) on Dickens and Thackeray, 277
C. (A.) on Beke and Speke families, 86
Cæsar (Julius), his Actes in the Turkish language,

473
Caius on James Shergold Boone, 98
C. (A. J.) on King's County, Ireland, 432
Calcutta black hole, names of the sufferers, 133
" Caledonian Musical Museum,” 497
Calthrope (Sir Charles), knt., 19, 55, 140, 178
Calverley (Sir Henry), noticed, 501
Camden (Jolin), editions of his “ Britannia," 109
Campbell (Sir Alexander), noticed, 427
Campbell (Sir Hugb), noticed, 427
Campbell (J. D.) on Addison and the Spectator, 146,

507
Bivouac, its orthography, 86
Blast furnace, production from, 146

Campbell (J. D.) on Blownorton clock, 6

Clyde (Lord), register of his birth, 207
Denbigh (Lady) and Garrick, 450
Druidical literature, 207
Drumclog battle, its anniversary, 5
Fast = quick, its early use, 110
Goetie, its derivation, 147
Hit and Hitch, their derivation, 147
Horse-loaves, 250
Innocente Coate, 286
Lambe (Dr.) and Madame Davies, 413
Lord High Treasurer of England, 168
Monarchs' seals, 288
Night-dress and bed-gowns, 332
Parish boundary land-marks, 433
Poem by the Ettrick Shepherd, 430
Presbyter (Jack), 346
Scottish colony in France, 8
Scottish games, 230
St. John's Eve custom, 168
Stouky-Sabbath, 286
Storque, its meaning, 475
Taynting, its meaning, 26
Wale, its etymology, 26

Words explained, 260
Campbell (Rev. T. H.), of Merchant Taylors' School,

349
Campbell (Thomas), poet, arms, 304; parodies on

“Hohenlinden," 209, 255
Campbell (Sir Thomas), temp. 1609, his family, 268.
Campbells of Calder, Island of Islay, 242
Candles, when invented, 325, 423
Candlestick, the Golden, its fate, 352
Canne (John), puritan minister, 397, 441
Cantova (Jean-Antoine), Jesuit missionary, 456
Capnobatæ, the Scythian, 497
Carew (C. B.) on Johnstone the freemason, 69
Carew (Sir George) and Mr. Stafford, 8; Sir Walter

Raleigl's letter to, 3
Carey (P. S.) on Reuben Burrow, &c., 10

Biaritz, its locality, 166
Christian names of authors, 258
Fly-leaf scribblings, 108
Gazetteer, as a geographical dictionary, 25
Gloucestershire songs, 257
Merchant Adventurers' Company, 372

Simon (Thomas), book on vellum, 111
“ Carfindo,” in Dibdin's Songs, 398
Caricatures, political, their origin, 87, 363
Carilford on ancestry and arms, 208

Campbell (Thomas), the poet, arms, 304
Crest unknown, 267
Ford family, 291
Painting, 288

Paper-inaking in Ireland, 210
Carmichael family of Carspherne, 262
Carmichael (C. H. E.) on the Carmichael family, 262
Carpenter (Clias), pamphlets, 477
Carriage.master, his duties, 29
Carric earldom, 144
Carrow Abbey, Norwich, cartularies, 497
Carte (Thoinas), memorandum books, 291
Carter (Thomas) on regimerits in America, 135

Duke of Kingston's regiment, 418

Buffs, the third foot, 443
Carthagena, Account of its Siege, 165, 309, 400

6,417 :

Carver (Derrick), the Lewes martyr, 209
Casket portrait, 280
Castilian aristocracy, 466
Casting in plaster, 86
Castner (S.), jun., on Kastner arms, 167
“ Cat in the pan," or turn coat, 17
Cathena (Peter), mathematician, 370
Catherine de Medicis, picture at Alton Towers, 69
Catton (Charles), artist, letter, 124
Cavaliers, Ariny Lists of, 120
Cave on Peter Paul Rubens, 168
Caxton (Wm.), existing copies of “ The Recuyell of the

Histories of Troy," 307; indulgences printed by him,

387
C. (B. H.) on monogram of Constantine, 403

Numismatic queries, 218
Proverbs xxvi. 8, 219

Sun-dial at Bishopstone church, 230
C. (D.) on George Bellas, 146

Fox (Margaret), arms of her first liusband, 147
C. (E.) on mediæval seal, 529
Cecil Street, Strand, subterranean gallery, 475
C. (E. E.) on Bridport, 138, 176
Celsius (Olaus), biography, 170
Celsus (Minus) Senensis, " de Hereticis," 63, 131
C. (E. NI.) on Law family of Lauriston, 32, 214
Cenci (Beatrice), last prayer, 266
Cereal productiveness, 145, 298
C. (G.) on Sir Tobie Mathew's biograplıy, 159
C. (G. A.) on Sir Charles Calthrope, 19
C. (G. R.) on Lord Wenlock, 326
C. (G. S.) on Merkyate cell, 397
C. (H.) on subterranean chambers, 475
Chamberlaque (Dr.), a joker, 109
Chambers (G. F.) on the Bloxam family, 409

“ London University Magazine," 440
Champion (Richard), of Bristol, 27
Clunce (F.) on derivation of Exchequer, 117

Fast = swift, 215

Sky at sunset, 470
Chancellor of the Exchequer a judge, 257, 277
Chancellors of England, their London residences, 448
Chapman (Edw. Walton), of Newcastle, 325
Chapinan (Thomas), of Hitchin, 523
Chapman (Walter), a Scottish printer, 1
Chariot, sailing, 194
Charles I., Salmasius' Defence of him, 375; sleeping-

room at Moreton-in-the-Marsh, 514 ; place of his

execution, 195.
Charles I., “ The Life and Reigne of," attributed to

John Milton, 355
Charles II.: “Eikon Basilike Deutera," 410
Charles II., satirical epitapii on, 189, 259
Charlton (Edw.), M.D., on Sinavee, or Sinavey, 200
Charnock (R. S.) on Avernot, a grape, 401

Bigot, origin of the word, 171
Buchart, or Boshart, 361
Candles, 423
Christie family name, 57
Cloudberry, 219
Crapaud ring, 423
Eels, local names derived from, 381 .
Gudolphin: White Eagle, 56, 95
Ot, as a termination, 140
Quaint surnames, 333
Tanjibs, its derivation, 135

Charnock (R. S.) on Teresa, its derivation, 481
Charron, "De la Sagesse,” English translation, 48, 135
Charteris (Robert), early Scottish printer, 3
Chatham (Wm. Pitt, Earl of) and the Spanish lan-

guage, 313; his last words, 109
c. (H. B.) on burning alive, 57

Insecure envelopes, 37
Luther on the Galatians, 55
Phrase: “ Touched by thy pen," &c., 525

Sigaben and the Manichæans, 458
C. (H. C.) on crystal globe, 156

Danish invasion, the first, 58
Honses submerged, 514
Letters of Marque, 68
Origen and Britain, 130
Potheen, 278

Venus chastising Cupid, 259
Cheque, or check, origin of the word, 43, 73, 116, 417
Chessborough on Central Africa, 86

Cold in the month of June, 99
Danish invasions, 235
Gambrinus, 258
Gentilhomme: Nobilis, 18
Greek and Roman games, 19
Hebrews, authorship of the Epistle to the, 27
Herod the Great, 199
Inscription on Crosthwaite font, 257
Monogram of Constantine, 259
Peter's pence, 256
Proverbs xxvi. 8, its different translations, 9
Regiomontanus, 178
Seth the patriarch, 289
Theta on British coins, 197
Titles born by clergymen, 235
Turning the cat in the pan, 17

Zonaras (Joannes), Cosmogony, 38
Cheyne (Jane, Lady), noticed, 506
Chimere, an ecclesiastical garment, 267, 359
Choak.Jade at Newmarket, 410, 483
Christening tongs, 70, 250
Christian names, fantastic, 369, 416, 525
Christie, origin of the name, 57
Christiern (Prince) of Denmark, 57, 96, 173, 197
Christmas, notes on, 485—488; 511, 512; abused in

the Lutheran churches, 487; and in Italy, ib.; Poly-
dore Vergil on masquerading at, ib.; opinions of the

Pagans of this great event, 512
Christmas carols, old church, 511
Christinas mystery of the eleventh century, 489
Chrysom children, 430, 505
Church used by churchmen and Romanists, 56, 99
Church ver. King, 56
Churches, when to be reconsecrated, 455
Churches in the Highlands, commission for building,

431
Chute (Sir Walter), noticed, 287
Cinque Ports, warden of, 129, 177
Cintio (Giraldi), works used by Shakspeare, 374
C. (J. W.) on Brodie family of Lethen, 209
C. (K. R.) on family history, 268

Marven, 508
Clare (John), Poems, 349
Claret, curious tenure for making, 411
Clarke (Hyde) on route to Patinos, 402
Clarry on St. Teresa, 460
C.eave, a provincialism), 363

Clement of Alexandria, quoted, 149
Clergymen, titles borne by, 148, 179, 235, 257, 296
Clerical baronets, 148, 179, 235, 257, 296
Clerkenwell, materials for its history, 211; Newcastle,

or Albemarle House, 287
Cleveland (Thomas, Earl of), portrait, 11
Clitherow (Margaret), Life and Death, 185
Cloudberry, a plant, 39, 178, 219
Clyde (Lord), register of his birth, 207
C. (M.) on the battle of Naseby, 210

Prophet of the Passion Mysteries, 498
C. (Matthew) on “ God save the King” in church, 335
C. (N.) on female fools, 523
Coal at Oxford, 267, 319
Coalston, its magic pear, 177
Cobham (Eleanor), her family, 410
Cobham (Henry Broke, 8th Baron), and Earl of Tot-

ness, 228
Cobra and the Mongoose, 205
Cockpit at Whitehall, 71
“ Codex Vaticanus," ed. 1859, an erratum, 473, 528
Cokayne (Mrs.) of Ashbourne, 305, 338, 415
Cold in the month of June, 19, 99, 159, 295
Coleridge (S. T.), letter to T. J. Ouseley, 467
Collet (Dr. John), noticed, 47, 94, 175
Collet (Colonel), inquired after, 147
Collier (Jeremy) on the Stage, 390, 435
Collier (J. P.) oa Sir Francis Drake, 271
Collins (John), author of " To-morrow," &e., 445
Combe (John a'), epitaph, 48
Coinmon Prayer Book : Prayer for the Parliainent, 212
Commoners using supporters, 255, 401
Complutensian Polyglott on vellum, 431
Congius Romanus, a vase, 127
Congreve ( ) of Congreve and Stretton, 393
Congreve (Sir Geoffrey), inquired after, 515
Consecration and reconsecration of churches, 455
Constantine (Emperor), monogram, 259, 314, 403, 517
Canto-mono-bolos, an athletic exercise, 19
Contracts, a percentage deducted, 287, 421
Cook (Capt.), prints of his deatlı, 375
Cook (Vincent), inquired after, 167
Cook's Castle, Isle of Wight, 88
Cooke family, 268
Cooper (C. H.) on Fly, a carriage, 421

Nicholson (John), bookseller, 377
Cooper (C, H. & Thompson) on Richard Adams, 527

Bible translators, 379
Billyng (William), 172
Boyd (Hugh Stewart), 458
Brettingham (Matthew), 458
Brooke (Sir Basil), 81
Busby (Thos.), Mus. Doc., his sons, 347
Chapman (Thos.), 523
Cheyne (Jane, Lady), 506
Collet (John and Dr.), 94
Crewe (Randolph), 238
Daffy's Elixir, 77
Cuningham (William), M.D., 305
Dalrymple (Sir John), 449
Deverell (Robert), 503
Foster (Rev. Thos.) and the “ Brunon iad," 122
Gifford (Capt. James and Ailm. James), 472
Greville (Fülke) and Frances his wife, 5
Guy (John), Bristol merchant, 498
Harborne (William), ambassador, 471

Cooper (C. H.& Thompson) on Harper (Josepb), LL.D.,

190
Heane (Major-General), 113
Henderson (Sir John), 224
Honywood (Sir Pbilip), 285
Honywood (Sir Robert), 322
Hopton (Sir Ingram), 255)
Hutton (Matthew), D.D., 164
Jobnson (Rev. John), two of this name, 409
Jones (Samuel), 527
Kenyon (Roger), 420
Kerridge (Capt. Thomas), 95
King (Rev. John), of Húll, 167
Leigh (Charles and Sir Oliph), 514
Locke (John), father of the philosopher, 146
Marsh (Charles), the orator, 363
Parker (Anthony), 528
Prestwich (Edmund), 361
Rose (William Stewart), 345
Sampson (Rev. John), 77
Spenser's Faerie Queene unveiled, 140
Throckmorton (Thoinas), 516
Vane (Sir Walter), 302
Wales (Rev. Samuel), 476

Wilkinson (Rev. Joseph), 370
Cooper (W. D.) on Bills of Mortality, 219

Potwalloping franchise, 217
Cordax, a rough dance, 19
Cordova, mosque of, in Spain, 50, 98
Corkran (Sutton) on Lieut.-Col. George Browne, 482
Cormorants caught by the hand, 304
Cornwall, sheriffs of, 17, 55
Cornwallis (Sir Charles), Life of Prince Henry, 425
Coronets used by the French noblesse, 437
Costumes of Lovis XIII. of France, 186, 256, 277
Cotton (Ven. H.) on prices of old books, 25

Zigabenus (Euthymius), 279
Couch (T. Q.) on ring posies, 243, 382
Coulthart family of Coulthart and Collyn, 262
“ Council of Ten,” its editor, 35, 98
Country residence, 6
Court of Session, its singular powers, 125
Cowdray House, Sussex, destroyed by fire, 355
Cowper (William), “ Epistle to Joseph Hill,” 271
Cowthorpe oak in Yorkshire, 69, 119, 238, 381, 432,

520
Cox, surnames ending in, 304
Coxe (Arthur Cleveland), “ Christian Ballads,” 30
Cpl. on Bayly or Bayley family, 351

Bulstrode (Mrs.), the Court Pucelle, 150
Calis and Island voyages, 231
Chute (Sir Walter), 287
Dagenham registers, 529
Donne (John), jun., 149, 307
Friday Street, origin of the name, 287
Heywood (John), epigrammatist, 247
Kerr (Wm.), third Earl of Lothian, 306
St. Pancras, Middlesex, early views, 308

Treacle Bible, 327

Washington family 231
C. (P. S.) on Bath hospital, 134

Walsall-legged, 77
C. (R.) on mother and son, 523
Crabbe (George), poem by him, 375
Craig (Rev. Thomas) of Whitby, 325
Cranmer family, 480

Crapaud ring, 351, 423, 443
Cresswell (S. F.) on badges for societies, 244

Oyster grottos on St. James's Day, 257
Crests, the use of several, 372, 438, 440
Crewe (Major), whist-player, 247, 457
Crewe (Randolph), noticed, 238
Cricket, origin of the game, 186
Crinoline and hoops, 85, 238, 260, 277, 357
Crocker (Abraham) of Frome, 431
Croker (John Wilson) and Throckmorton papers, 455
Cromek (T. H.) on Bockhart or Boshart, 217

Sharp's Sortie from Gibraltar, 273
Cromwell (Oliver), burial-place, 175: bust, 26, 94;

portrait at Leek, 475; memorial at Dyrham Park,

7, 422
Cromwellian grants in Ireland, 305
Croquet, a game, 349, 439
Crosby, Great, goose feast, 82, 158
Crossley (James) on Boswell riding to Tyburn, 232

Edmund Prestwich, 168
“Index to Mankind,” &c., 254

“ Midwife, or Old Woman's Magazine,” 254
Crossley (Wm.), engineer, 267, 438
Crosthwaite church, inscription on the font, 187, 257
Crude, cruel, origin of the words, 184
C. (T.) Durham, on Aërostation in 1607, 194

Fast = swift, 158
Hudibrastic couplet, 134
Magical crystals, or mirrors, 218
Sacrifice of Isaac, 159

Sermon against Vaccination, 218
C. (U.) on Agricola's victory in Scotland, 71
Cubitt' (Alderman), mark of respect, 431, 526
Culloden, inedited despatch, 409
Cumberland auctions, 410, 526
Cuningham (Wm.), M.D., his death, 305
Cunningham (Allan and Richard), botanists, 304
Cunningham (Peter) on Alphonso Ferrabosco, 450
Cup with motto, “ Ex prædâ prædatoris,” 351
Curfews as old as the Conquest, 291
Curtis (Elizabeth) bore twins in her 63rd year, 522
Cuthbert (St.), translation of, 44
C. (W.) on magical crystals or mirrors, 155
C. (W. P.) on Sermon against Vaccination, 160
Cyclones at the Seychelle Islands, 145

D.
D. on Robert Anderson, Cumbrian poet, 34

Cowthorpe oak, 119
Genlis (Madame de), visit to North Wales, 86
Gibbon's “ Decline and Fa!l,” passage quoted, 212

Marshall (Wm.), his publications, 17
A. on Carthagenian expedition to Algiers, 519

Law family of Lauriston, 133, 214, 362
Lee (Lady Elizabeth), 139
Repton Schcol, head masters, 36
Sampson (Rev. John), 77

Serjeants' rings given to the sovereign, 180
D. (A.) on costumes of Louis XIII., 186

Raleigh (Sir Walter), his skull, 168

Vandyke's portraits inproved, 169
Daffy's Elixir, its inventor, 77
Daft Highland Laird, 473
Dagnia family, 209, 257, 319
Dale, in co. Cumberland, 432
Dale (D.) on Robert Davenport, dramatist, 291

Dalrymple (Sir John), biography, 449
Dalton (John) on Albion and her white roses, 109

Bochart, its pronunciation, 151
Celsius (Olaus), biography, 170
Complutensian Polyglott on vellum, 431
“Don Quixote,” Spanish editions, 227
Elizabeth (Queen), and Bishop Cox, 230
Gardner (Thomas), epitaph, 265
Inscription in the mosque of Cordova, 98
Inscriptions at Trujillo, 94
Isabella (Queen), " the Catholic,” 93
Mozarabic liturgy, 41
Pico (Giovanni), Prince of Mirandola, 323
Pizarro's coat of arms, 55
Primrose, Our Lady's key, 110
Regale of France, 429
St. Anthony preaching to the fishes, 289, 414
St. John's Eve in Spain, 251
St. Patrick and the Shainrock, 187, 293
St. Patrick and venomous creatures, 82
Saints of Bretagne, 353
Spanish grandees, 465
Teresa (St.), origin of the name, &c, 412, 481
Wolsey's college at Ipswich, 248

Ximenes (Card.), his popular library, 409
Damask patterns, ancient, 473, 528
Dancing in slippers, 351, 437, 504
Danish and Norwegian heraldry, 473, 528
Danish invaders: Did they como directly from Den-

mark? 18
Danish invasions, 58, 235
Danish writer on unicorns, 196
Darby (Rev. Charles) poetical writer, 506
Darcy (Edward), Esq., of Dartford, marriages, 290
Dark House at Billingsgate, 308
Dart, custom of throwing it in Ireland, 244, 313
Darwin (Erasmus) on steam, 276
Dauney (William), advocate, 523
Daveney (H.) on goose feasts, 158

Patrician families of Louvain, 239
Davenport (Robert), dramatist, 291, 337
Davidson (John) on Alcohol, its derivation, 363, 402

Buff, its meaning, 287, 403
Church of the Holy Spirit, 99
Congius Romanus, 127
Eastern words, 166, 279, 394
Hook's lines on punning, 526
Magical crystals, 155
Milan, arms of, 336
Numismatic queries, 306

Um Elia= Amelia, 270
Davidson (Lucretia Maria), noticed, 53, 139
Davies (Lady Eleanor), a prophetess, 413
Davies (F. R.) on the shamrock, 293
Davies (James) on the fault-bag, 526

Longevity of the raven, 526
Davis (Wm.) on old almanacs, 108, 184

Bede and De Morgan, 497
Benedict XIV., his election, 166
Curious contraction, 286
Cathena (Peter), mathematician, 370
Index-making, 371
Longevity, 184
Multiplication table, 125
Prognostications, 395
Regiomontanus, 110

Davis (Wm.) on Square numbers, 348

D. (M.) on Wetwang (William), 476
Stolen manuscripts, 350

Dodsley (James) and the Hudibrastic couplet, 61
Theodolitus, 135

Dogs, their fidelity, 50, 96, 509
Zacutus (Abr.), a Spanish Jew, 374

Domesday Book and its difficulties, 109
Zincography, its reproductions, 290

Donne (Dr. John) and the Court Pucelle, 150, 198
Davy (Ellis), seal of bis almshouses, 372

Donne (John), jun., in orders, 307; letter to Sir Con-
Davy (John), musical composer, 396

stantine Huygens, 295; his MS. letters, 149
D. (C.) on • Defence of Charles I.,” 375

“ Don Quixote," Spanish editions, 180, 227, 333, 460
A8. on Roman uses, 320

Doran (Dr. J.) on Earldom of Errol, 78
D. (E.) on an error in De Quincey, 266

Guérin de Montaigu, 72
Newberry's poem, " The Terrors of the Rod," 32

Peers' incomes in 17th century, 107
Death, recovery from apparent, 362

Dorax, a character in a play by Dryden, 451, 509
Decanus, an ecclesiastical office, 351

Dorset (Mrs.), authoress of " Peacock at Hom," 372
Dee (Dr.), astrologer, biography, 160; magical specu- Dos (Peter), Norwegian poet, 186
lum, 108, 155

Dossity, its derivation, 349
Dee (James) of Winkfield, 164

Douglas cause, 48, 522
D. (E. J.) on a quotation, 49

Douglas (Mother), the procuress, 451, 522
De la Tour (Theophilus) d'Auvergne, his heart and Douay Bible, various editions, 444
sword, 474

Dove (Thomas), Bishop of Peterborough, 164
Delf, Dutch, a bowl of this ware, 410

Downing (H.) on church of the Holy Ghost, 295
Delta on Mrs. Cokayne of Ashbourne, 416

Drage, dragetum, explained, 290
Demesne cart, employed by knights, 453

Drake (Sir Francis), marriages, 189, 241, 271, 330,
Denbigh (Lady), letter to David Garrick 450

502; portraits, 118
Dennis family arms, 53, 137

Dress of a lady in 1762, 85, 238, 260, 277, 357
Dennys family of Devon, 128, 258

Dresses of court ladies in Scotland, 266
Dentition in old age, 18, 508

Druidical literature, 207
De Quincey (Thomas), error in " Leaders in Literature, Druidism of Britain, its oriental features, 130
266; omission in “ The Cæsars,” 393

Druids' misletoe festival, 485
Derham Park, its gate, 7, 422

Dramclog, anniversary of the battle of, 5
Derivations, strange, 84, 135, 142, 176, 191

D. (R. W.) on the Earl of Sefton, 403
De Scurth, or De Scur family. 294

Shakspeare jubilee, 402
Deverell (Robert), noticed, 503

Dryden (John) and the Duke of Buckingham, 211
De Veres, Earls of Oxford, motto and arms, 351, 421 " Dublin Magazine,” its editor, 372
Devil, a proper name, 123, 418, 479; illustrations of, “ Dublin University R-view," its editor, 110, 401
246, 328, 399, 478

Duchtich explained, 265
Devil's knell rung at Christmas, 453

Dudley family of Coventry, 7
Devonshire, vicars of St. Mary's church, 125

Duke with a silver hand, 451, 509
De Wett arms, 287

Dumfries, Squair men of, 187, 316
Dewsbury churchyard, singular inscription, 169 Dukin (A. J.) on Warden of the Cinque Ports, 129
D. (H.) on Apsley, Strickland, and Wynne families, 6

Knights of Malta, 167
Diadochus, Bishop of Photice, 64

Holybach, a provincialism, 247
Dickens (Charles) and Thackeray, rhymes to, 207, 277, Moreton-in-the-Marsh and Charies I., 514
318

| D. (W.) on Danish writer on unicorns, 196
Dictionary, Buchanan's Pronouncing, 521

Epistle to a Young Lady, 147
Dienlacres, co. Stafford, abbots of the monastery, 393

Huish House, 297
Dighton (Mr.), the caricaturist, 410

Lady's dress in 1762, 85
Dillingham (Francis), noticed, 228, 380

Lisle (Lady), descendants, 159
Dillon (J.) on Jamaica histories, 48

Quantity of “ pituita," 184
Diogenes, bis humour on gold looking pale, 471

St. Mary the Egyptian, 433
Dixon (James Henry) on the Ballad of Renaud, 221

Tyrian purple, its discovery, 353
Dixon (R. W.) on Geo. Bright, Dean of St. Asaph, 305 Unipods; Musky H--, 56
D. (J.) on Bible translators, 278

Vane (Miss), her disappointed love, 4
Eels, 381

D. (W.) New York, on the Irish Queen Victoria, 206
Hawkins family, 438

D. (W. J.) on angelic vision of the dying. 436
Lee (Sir Ferdinand), 238

Dyer (George), "Life of Robert Robinson," 341
Legacy duty, 128

Dyer (W. T.) on long grass, 415
“ Push along-keep moving,” 469

Shamrock, 422
Wenlock (Lord), 436

St. Peter's in the East, Oxford, 419
Wright (Samuei), D.D., 231

Dying with the ebbing-tide, 508
D. (J. P.) on executions for murder, 438

Dyon (John), ballad on his murder, 7
D. (M.) on burial place of John Harrison, 526
May: Tri-Milchi, 515

E.
Mediæval seal, 453

E. on George Edwards, 228
Stepmother's blessing, 492

Heraldic query, 69
Signet assigned to Mary, Queen of Scots, 418

Norfolk and Suffolk genealogies, 231
Tom Tidler's ground, 454

Serjeants-at-law, 252

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