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HERALDRY.
HYMNS.
INSCRIPTIONS.
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MOTTOES.
NURSERY RIMES.
OBITUARIES.
PROVERBS AND

PHRASES.

QUOTATIONS.
REGISTERS.
RIDDLES.
SCOTT'S WORKS.
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SONGS AND BALLADS.
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THACKERAY'S WORKS,

ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS.

P. 8, col. 2, Antrobus (E. E.): add 442.
P. ll, col. 1, Atkyns (Mrs. Charlotte): add xi. 457.
P. 19, col. 1, Barbadoes, the verb, add : See Highlanders barbadosed.
P. 20, col. 1, insert: Basse family, viii. 68.
P. 30, col. 2, Birth of children : insert vii. 325, 377, 417, 437.
P. 55, col. 2, C-n (H.), add : B.N.C. wrongly explained in German dictionary, v. 46.
P. 64, col. 2, Cincinnatti: read Cincinnati.
P. 80, col. 1, De Vere, add : See Vere.
P. 101, col. 2, Flag, National, add: and Empire Flags, xii. 226.
P. 105, col. 2, Trance, Premier Grenadier of : add ji. 52.
P. 139, col. 1, Hymns, “ Rock of Ages”: insert vii. 369, 458.
P. 139, col. 2, Ignes Fatin : read Ignes Fatui.
P. 149, col. 2, Khayyam (Omar), add : See Omar Khayyam.
P. 173, col. 2, Marie Antoinette and Mrs. Charlotte Atkyns : add xi. 457.
P. 175, col. 1, Mary (Blessed Virgin), add : See Virgin.

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A., (M.) on Crowe family, ix, 118. Ebsworth,

ix. 209. Girl sentenced to be burnt alive, vi. A, its pronunciation, ii. 256, 317, 393; as vowel

235. Milton's songs set to music, X, 249. in Welsh, vi. 429 ; vii. 58

Nuns of Minsk, vi. 317. Watches and clocks A, capital, in the middle of a phrase, ii. 356

with words, v. 476 A. on H.M.S. Calliope, xi. 349. Oakes (Susannah) A. (N. M. &) on heraldic reference in Shakespeare, of Ashborne, x. 148. Poisons, ix, 308.

i. 338 1789, xi. 449. Swedish royal family, iv. 91 A. (0.) on Napoleon's laurel-leaf wreath, xil. 289 A. (A. A.) on French-Canadian literature, viii. 29 A. (P.)

on pantaloons v. trousers, vii. 271 A. (A. E.) on Faublas,' vi. 390. Fire engines, A. (P.S.) on “ Parva sed apta," iv. 387

xi. 57. Merchant of Venice,' vi. 504. Mil. A. (P. W.) on pompelmous, iii. 258. Prisoner toniana, vi. 445 ;

X. 242.
Shakespeariana;

suckled by his daughter, iv. 353 vili. 164 ; xi. 424. Shelley's Sensitive Plant,' A. (R.) on bridal stone, x. 394, 515. Engravings, viii. 231. Valoroso (King), vi. 170

i. 370 A. (B.) on authors of quotations wanted, iii. 128 A. (R. U.) on ropes used at executions, v. 315 A. (B. C. W.) on “God rest you merry,” iii. 49

A. (S.) on Lincoln Imp, iv, 530 A. (C. B.) on “ The Hungry Forties,' iii. 87 A. (S. M.) on one-armed crucifix, il. 295. Spanish A. (D.) on Macaulay on Arabella Sedley, v. lady's love for an Englishman, iv. 107 287

A. (T.) on inventories and stocktaking in antiA. (E.) on 'Rock of Ages, vii. 458

quity, v. 168 A. (E. H.) on quotations wanted, iv. 168

A. (T. C.) on Cabinet and the House of Lords, x, 486 A. (E. O. E.) on Franco-German War, i. 226 A. (W. H.) on Lyndhurst's Marriage Act, ix, 50 A. (F. A.) on authors of quotations wanted, xii. 288 A.E.I.=ảci, “ for ever," i. 207 A. (F. G.) on “ Who pays the piper calls the tune,' A.E.I.O.U. on monument, its meaning, v. 169, iii. 468

374, 414 A. (F. W.) on Sir Harry Bath : Shotover, iii. 337 ; A.O.R. on title-page of book, v. 69, 132 Munday (Mary) at Mullion Cove, v. 450

A l'outrance, incorrect phrase, i. 93
A. (G. E. P.) on the Bonassus, ix. 365. Death A past: man or woman with a past, earliest use,

Songs of Pyramus and Thisbe, V. 341, 401. i. 327, 396
Maginn (W.) and Moses Mendez, ix. 417

Abbacyrus : Aboukir : Passera, their connexion,
A. (H.) on hollow loaf foretelling death, xii. 155. viii. 447
Raynolds (Thomas), ii. 88

Abbesses, list of, x. 309, 377 A. (H. G.) on quotations wanted, vi. 129

Abbey : Abbaye, a Swiss club, viii. 148, 257, 352 A. (I. W.) on quotations wanted, iv. 334

Abbey churches, lantern-slides of, xii. 187 A. (J.) on Addison's daughter, i. 150. Heriot, iii. Abbey of Kilkhampton,' key to, xii. 323, 450 142. Provand's Lordship, Glasgow, viii. 406. Abbey of St. Evroult, Pays d'Ouche, its history,

Will-power in historical portraits, v. 9 A. (J. S.) on Military Discipline,' iv. 489

Abbeys, Premonstratensian, iv. 169, 231, 298 ; A. (J. W.) on bridge with figures of the Saviour, Saxon, ante 1066, xi. 89

ix. 309. Hunt (Holman), bis ‘Light of the Abbeys and priories confused, v. 327, 378, 417, World, ix. 350

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Abbot (G.), his' Book against Bread for the Lord's

Day,' ii. 209, 538 Abbot' (John), Westminster scholar, xi. 469;

xii, 172 Abbots, lists of, s. 309, 377 ; mitred, x. 410, 455 ;

xi..16, 117 Abbot's Ann, funeral garlands at, v. 427; vi. 155,

254, 396 Abbots Bromley, horn dancing at, i. 5, 296 Abbotsley, St. Neots, Hunts, list of incumbents,

iii. 29 Abbott (E.) on Collinson family, xii. 168 Abbott (T. K.) on Latin-English-Basque diction.

ary, iv. 143. Spanish stories in Irish, xi. 368 Abbott family, vi. 329 Abbreviation, bibliographical term, x. 484 Abbreviations : “bbl.' for barrel, v. 27, 74, 112 ;

“ diss.,” v. 69, 114 ; initial letters instead of words, s. 176 Abdul the Damned, origin of appellation, xi.

410, 456 Abelard (Peter), his vision of hell, earliest version,

V, 169 Aberdeen, Monthooly and Lickar Stone at, ix.

· 389; maps and plans, xi. 508 • Aberdeenshire Epitaphs and Inscriptions,' ii. 534 Aberdeenshire naturalist, Mr. Janes or Jeans, ii.

54, 155 Aberdein (Mrs.), her Papyruseum exhibition,

1818, ix. 30 Abolitionist, first female, vi. 365, 470 ; vii, 10 Aboukir : Abbacyrus : Passera, their connexion,

viii. 447 Abracadabra, etymology of the word, ix. 467 ;

X. 35, 54, 156 ; its transliteration, xi. 418 Abraham, sham, phrase explained, vii. 469 Abrahams (Aleck) on Academy of Muses, iv. 233.

Adams's Museum, Kingsland Road, vi. 306 ; vii. 117. Adelphi names, v. 186. Adventures in Borneo,' iv. 7. “ Albion Hotel," Aldersgate Street, vi. 6. “ Amicus” of 'Morning Herald,' viii. 231. Anacharsis, i. 449. Autograph letters sold by auction, vii. 428. Ave Maria Lane, ix. 150. Babington Conspiracy, v. 354. Bank of England and suspension of specie payment, xii. 205. Bedford county history, ix, 306, Black Bull” in Holborn, 367. Bonassus ix. 451. Bookseller's monopoly, vi. 364. Bridewell, its history, v. 29. Candlewick or Candlewright Street, v. 169. Cannon on Eridge Green, x. 220. Carlyle and Freemasonry : Richard Carlile, xii. 58. Champion's Vinegar Brewery, ix. 188. Cheapside Cross : its bibliography, ix. 445. Cheyne Walk : China Walk, v. 245, 375.

Chinese junk Keying, vi. 227. Chippendale (T.), upholsterer : W. Chippendale, vü. 37. Christ's Hospital site, vii. 366. Coal Hole,” 306. Coleman (George) as Censor of Plays, ix. 206. Coliseums old and new, iij. 53, 255. Concerts of Antient Music, iii. 488 ; iv. 393. Copenhagen House, iv. 205, 351. Copthall Avenue, vi. 345. Cotton's Waterloo " Museum, xii. 210, 512. Cromer Street, iii. 248. Crosby Hall, vii, 481 ; viii. 111, 256, 376. Crosby Square, No. 4, ix. 346. Crown Street, Soho, iv. 326. Cruikshank (George), viii. 187. Crusoe (Robinson), literary descendants, xii. 7. Daniel family, X. 468. Devonshire Square, vi. 168. Dorset Gardens estate, xii. 140. Dramatic clubs,

amateur, iv. 493. “ Ebn Osn," viii. 316. Eel-pie shop, xii. 28. Egyptian Hall, Piccadilly, iii. 238, 334 ; iv. 37. Eliana : " The Salutation and

Cat,” vi. 106. Elm, great hollow, at Hampstead, vii. 234. Eslyngton : Islington, vii, 29. Evans : Symonds : Hering: Garden, iv, 397. Fastolf (Sir John), original letters, xii. 257. Fleet Street, No. 7, viii. 248, 411. Fleet Street, No. 17, vi. 446. Fleet Street, No. 53, iii, 427. Fleet Street, No. 59, viii. 441. Fleet Street, Jacobean houses in, iii. 206. Fleet Street changes, v. 227. Flying-Machine Exhibition, vii. 306. Fountain Tavern," iv. 336. Free Society of Artists, vii. 344.

Frost prints, X. 350. Furniture, antique, ix. 496. Granger, annotated by Caulfield, vii. 65, 223, 323, 462.

Grangerizing," vi. 24. Grave (Robert), printseller, viii, 28. Gravestones at Jordans, xii. 129. Great Queen Street, Nos. 74 and 75, iii. 433. Gresham Street warehouse, ix. 267. Greyfriars burial-ground, iv. 205. Guildhall, changes at, x. 101. Gulston collection of prints, x. 6. Hackney celebrities, viii. 158. Harewood House, Hanover Square, x. 406. Haymarket, Westminster, viii. 94. Heber's library, xii. 228. Hengler's Circus, xii. 116, 218. History of Advertising, "ix. 286. Hobby Grooms, v. 127. Hornsey Wood House : Harringay House, vii. 157. Houses of historical interest, vii. 472; viii. 114. Ito: Itoland, vii. 12, 173. Johnsonian Museum, vi. 208. Johnson's (Dr.) Club and the Literary Club, vi. 294. Keith's Mayfair Marriages, xii. 127. Kendal House, Isleworth, xii. 88. King: Joachin Cardoza, v. 213. Kingdom's Intelligencer,' vii. 395. King's Cross Bridge, vii. 386. "King's Head," Hampstead Road, vi. 207. Kingsway and Aldwych, iv. 433. Lamb (C.) on Thicknesse's 'France,' vii. 205, 355. Leaden figures, xii. 28. Le Seur's statue of Charles I., xii. 225. Lettsom. (Dr.), v. 514. Linwood (Miss), her Gallery, vii. 392. Little Britain, vi. 146. Little Russell Street, xi. 325. Lombard Street, No. 1, v. 400; vi. 13. Lombard Street' to a China orange," viii. 136.

• London and Neighbourhood,' 1750, vii. 9. London cemeteries in 1860, iii. 454. London cries, vi. 434. London remains, viii. 226, 476 ; ix, 196. London shop fronts, xi. 407.

London signs : Guy, Earl of Warwick,” ix. 127. London statues and memorials, ix. 284. London streets, ix. 147. Looping the loop : centrifugal railway, iv. 176. Lyceum Theatre, iii. 132. Manby (Capt. G. W.), i. 21. Mary, Queen of Scots : letter of 1562, iii. 325. Masquerier's portrait of Napoleon, vi. 84. Mechanical road carriages, xi. 305. Metropolitan Railway, v. 6. Middlebrook Museum, ix. 484. Minor Inns of Court, viii. 428 ; ix. 114.

Moore (Tom). of Fleet Street, iv. 230. Morning Star,' iv. 536. Moser's Vestiges,' iii. 195. Moxhay. Leicester Square showman, iv. 135. Naked Boy and Coffin," iii. 157. Napoleon's carriage, vii. 236; viii. 135. Nelson Column, iv. 175. Nelson panoramas, iv. 365 ; v. 94. Newlands, Chalfont St. Peter, iv, 148, 457. No riches from his little store," vi. 30. Nollekens (J.), his library, v. 86. North London Ferret,' viji. 109. Old Bailey Sessions House, viii. 146. Old Serjeants' Inn, xi. 436. Pall Mall, No. 93, xi. 16. Parcel post in 1790, xi. 18. Parkgate Theatre, iii. 289, 397. Payne at the Mews Gate, vii. 409 ; viii. 55. Pedlar's Rest, vii. 415. Peerless Pool House, ix. 227. Pictorial blinds, vii. 493. Pigott's 'Jockey Club,' xii. 174, 412. Pinks's ' History of Clerkenwell,' iv.

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427. Place, v. 353. “Political House that Church, jü. 327. Ritual question, vi. 512. Jack Built,' viii. 485, 516. Pope's Head Robin Hood's Stride, ii. 246. Rogestvensky,

Tavern,” x. 206. Portsmouth Street, No. 14, ii. 396. School slang at Rossall, vii. 194, ix. 346. Proverbs, two old, ix. 118. Pryor's Talbot (James), of Shrewsbury lineage, is. Bank, Fulham, xii. 128. Quadrant Colonnade, 329. Troper : its derivation, ix. 330. viii. 86. Regent's Canal, viii. 4. Repartee of vii. 58. Wet summer : curious relic, viii. 248. Royalty, v. 12. Rosamond_(Fair), xii. 298. Ackerley (M. E.) on The Hebrew Maiden's Rothschild (Nathan) and Waterloo, vi. 9. Answer to the Crusader,' vii. 394 Russell (Lady Elizabeth), ix. 325. St. Chad's Ackermann (R.) on Thackeray queries, xii. 27 Well, Battle Bridge, viji. 46. St. Dunstan's-in- Ackroyd (B. B.) on German translation, ix, 78. the-West: its clocks, xii. 49. St. George's, Longfellow, ix, 72 Hanover Square : shot-marks, vii. 455. St. Acorn 18-gun brig, and slaver Gabriel, xii. 28 Margaret's, Westminster: east window, xli. Acqua Tofana, composition of the poison, ii. 204, 453. St. Thomas's, Charterhouse. vi.

269, 353 405. Salmon (Thomas), ix. 372. Scala, La Acre as a measure of length, i. 101, 143, 354 ül. 497. Scott_illustrators, vii. 176 ; ix. 77. Acrostics, double, earliest in newspapers, ix, 290 Scott's Black Dwarf,' vii. 515. Seven Dials, Act of Parliament, yew trees planted hy, x. 430 vil. 327. Shakespeare, Third Folio, ix. 316: Actify, used instead of enact, l. 506 Shakespeare Memorial, ix. 246, 392. Sindbad Acton (Lord), reference to “ Erasmus Rogers," the Sailor : monkeys and cocoa-nuts, vi. 256. vii, 487 Skittle Alley in Orange Street, viii. 364. Snuff: Actor v. preacher, xii. 246 Mill Estate, Homerton, ix. 50. Sol's Arms,' Actors travelling, courts for, c. 1477, xii. 287 viii. 49; ix. 214. Southwell (Right Hon. E.): Actors whipped at Newcastle in 1856, iii. 113 i. 158. Stowe House, viii. 6. do Strand Hotel,' Actresses, notable, their burial-places, xij. 449,513 X. 28. Strand Theatre, iv. 385. Strawberry Acts of the Apostles, curious Christian names, j, 171 Hill Catalogue, xii. 210, 491. Taxameter cab, Adair (Patrick), sermons by, vii. 308 vii. 264. Telegraph,' 1797, ix. 247. Temple Adam, his commemorative pillars, iv. 69, 136 Bar, xii. 166. Temple Bridge and County Hall Adam (F. A. S.) on parodies of Kipling, xii. 128 proposed, iii. 105. Thornhill Bridge, x. 286. Adamo Caduto,' sacred tragedy, c. 1647, vi. 250 Topographical Memoranda of the Ward of Adams (Frederick) on eel folk-lore, ii. 231. Farringdon Without,' ix. 328. - Town,' ix. of necessity,” 1. 76, 136 89, 617. Travelling' in England, 1600-1700, Adams (Frederick), his death, iv. 499 v. 414. Tufnel family, iv. 389. "Two Sneez- Adams J. G.) on epitaphiana, ül. 23 ing Cats," v, 328. Westminster Abbey: Adams (Jean), her. There's nae Luck,' iv. 161 western towers, xii. 64. Westminster School Adams (John), his epitaph in Quincy Church, In 1797, ix. 387. Wooden water-pipes in Lon- Boston, v. 245 don, v. 15. Wych Street, x. 86

Adams (John), serjeant-at-law, his family, ix. Abridgement of Calvin's Institution,'. 1586, xi. 349, 413 488 ; xii, 12. Abruzzi (Duke of), his Arctic Adams (John) on genealogy, il. 63 exploration, ix, B, Abstemius in Æsop's Adams (John G.) on passenger elevators or lifts Fables, iv. 149, 234. Abstract bagman, refer- ix. 67 ence by Stevenson to, vii. 188. Abyssinia : Adams (W. E.), his pamphlet Tyrannicide,' v. W. H. Coffin in, xii, 108, 230 ; Spanish priests 287 in, xii. 189

Adams's Museum, Kingsland Road, its history, Academy of Ancient Music, foundation, iv. 49, vi. 306 ; vii. 117 335, 393

Add and Adder, ecclesiastical use, iv, 406, 456 Academy of the Muses, its history, iii. 449 ; iv. Adderbury Church, Oxfordshire, inscription in, 54, 177, 233

i. 233 Accentuation, English, i. 72

Addison (J.) on authors of quotations wanted, x. Accession coins and medals, x, 130, 190, 230

174, 188. Eleventh Commandment, viii, 478. Acerbative, use of the word, i. 27, 174

Sword of Bruce, viii, 371. Acheson family of Ayrshire, ix, 91, 215, 392 Addison (Joseph), his daughter, l. 88, 149 ; his Ackerley (F. G.) on authors of quotations wanted, library and pictures, 150 ; on Paradise Lost,' x. 188. Christian of Milntown, v. 209. Elder.

Cato,' 1757, supposed remarkable cast, bush folk-lore, viii. 213. Fast= short of, ix. 432. vi. 228 ; and Col. Philip Dormer, vii. 107, 192 ; Fonts, desecrated, ii. 254. Grindleton,

interview with Steele, X. 49; woodcut of, 49; 10; xi, 67. Haughendo : Fylde oath, xii, his maternal ancestry, 201, 292, 355 ; and 66.' Heraldic, iii, 188. Hermit's crucifix, ii. death, xii. 346 228. Hooligan, iii. 345. Horseshoes for luck, iii. Addleshaw, derivation of the name, xi. 189, 297 215. Hungarian grammar, x. 112. Kynan, Addleshaw (P.) on butcher: Hoe, v, 388. Chaloner: V. 169. Lewis, friend of Jack Mytton, vii. 347. Fortunate Boy, iv. 509 Llechylched, Anglesey, x. 170. Marriage ser- Addy (S. O.) on Ainsty of York, ii. 97; vii. 38. vice, jii. 74. Mass, solitary, iii. 8. Michaelmas Blather: bladder, vi. 406. Book-stealing : Day: its date, x. 194. Mount Murray, Isle of degrees of blackness, vi. 353. Buttery, ii, 167. Man, v. 166. Mozarabic Mass in Spain, v. 339. Cabollicking= gossiping, viii. 147. Cheshire Nine Maidens, ii, 235. “ Non compos mentis," words, iv. 303. Churches, combined monastic X. 447.

Number superstition, i, 369. Parodies and parochial, xii. 168. Cirencester Town of Kipling, xii, 238. Peel's dog, vi. 427. Hall, ix, 149. Famous Chelsea, iv. Pogrom, v. 197. Pre-Reformation parsonages, 517. Fulture, i. 298. Harington (Sir John), viii. 109. Punctuation in MSS. and printed vii, 510. High Peak words, ü, 201, 282, 384 ; books. v. 504. Racial, ix. 270. Racial pro- iv. 427. Littlemonelight : place-name, vi. blem of Europe, viii. 145. Rauthmel, Rev. R., 396. Llantwit Major Church, X. 288. Lousy. vii. 8. - Richardson (W. V.) and the Russian Low, ü, 349, “ Our Lady of the Snows,” i, 392.

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Peak and Pike, ii. 110. Pightle : Pikle, v. 93. Agriculture, electricity in, x. 207 Pliny: fint chippings in barrows, il. 188. Aguilar (Grace) and Hackney, viii. 86, 158 Ploughgang and other measures, i. 101, 143. Aiguesparses (Christine) Bradlaugh and Railway, its antiquity, vi. 390. St. Peter Spinoza, x. 347. Riehl (W. H.) in English, x. Steintheked, vi. 375. "Sal et saliva," i. 431. 247. Shields (Cuthbert), xi. 10. Village Scallions, iv. 375. Scottish churches, their Blacksmith 'parodied, xi. 10 ownership, xii. 168. Sheep fair on an ancient Ailid on Disraeli on Gladstone, ii. 110 earthwork, viii. 250. Thumb-hand side= right- Aqua, its derivation, i. 515 hand side, vii. 467. Tideswell and Tideslow, i. Ainger (Canon Alfred), his death, i. 140 91, 229, 371 ; ii. 36. Tolsey at Gloucester, x. Ainoo and Baskish languages, i. 264, 297, 432, 513 469. Twizzle-twigs, v. 91. Wassail, ii. 503 ; Ainslie (Admiral Murray), vi. 469 iii. 112. Whitsunday, i. 218. Yule-waiting, Ainslie (John), surveyor, his biography, iii. 150

Ainsty of York, its meaning, ii. 25, 97, 455, 516 ; Adelphi names, v. 186, 238

iii. 133, 256, 335 ; v. 32; vi. 462, 511; vii. Adespota, use of the word, vii, 105, 215

36, 96 *Adeste Fideles,' the Portuguese Hymn,' its origin, Ainsworth (W. Harrison), and Thames Darrell, i. 10, 54

viii. 189 ; death of his daughter, x. 487 Adjectives with participial endings, ij. 172

Air, composer and origin of, i. 107 Adlati, fictitious Latin plural, i. 193

Airault family, ii. 68 Adler (Elkan Nathan), his .Auto de Fé and Jew,' | Airy (0.) on "Unconscionable time dying," vii. 8

Aisle, use of the term, si. 267 Admirable, pronunciation of i in, vi. 329, 371 Aitchison (A.) on Scots Guards : colours, ix. 51 Admirable Crichton, his identification, vi. 465 Aitken (G. A.) on Daniel Defoe's wife, xi. 516. Admiral, Athenian, and owl, ii, 9

Jonson's 'Works,' xi. 421 Admiral Christ epitaph at various places, vi. 425 Akbar (Emperor), his likeness, ix. 211, 332 ;

517 ; vii. 38 475 Admiralty Bill Books as new sources of genealogy, Akenside (Mark), his birth, 1721, vii. 407 i. 396, 512

Alabama veteran, John Low, his death, vi. 226 Admiralty carrier pigeons sold, ix, 4.85

Alabaster, gallows of, iv. 189, 276 Adnil, curious Christian name, i. 171

Aladdin and Saladin, their pronunciation, iv. 534 Adolphus (A. E.) on Chauceriana, viii. 202, 514 Alake, Abbeokutan ruler, his title, i. 488, 512 ; ii. Adoxography, meaning of the word, xii. 387

56 Adrian IV. (Pope), his death, x. 449 ; xi. 70 Alava (General) and Sir William H. De Lancy, Adullam, Cave of, and John Bright, vi. 230, 331 vi. 33 Adulterism, bibliographical term, x. 484

Alavoine family tomb at Tottenham, viii. 247, 355 Advent sermons by A. Spiera in the Bodleian, · Albania,' anonymous poem, and Sir. W. Scott, vii. 370

ix. 422 Advertising, its history, ix, 286

Albany Baths, York Road, Lambeth, xii. 429 Advertising epitaph, xi. 112

Albarosa and Polinda, picture by Cosway, vii. 190 Ædric, Duke of Mercia, his biography, vi. 469 ; Albemarle House or Ely House, Dover Street, vii. 51

vii. 268, 312 Ædric Sylvaticus, or the Wilde," his descend- Albert (Prince), as poet and musical composer, iii. ants, vii. 51; vi. 469

308, 374 Ælian : patron of the living and Ælian," mean- Alberta, Canada, origin of the place-name, ix. 486 ing of the term, iii. 89

Albigna, place-name, its Arabic equivalent, iv. 489 Aeronautics, early, viii. 170, 311

Albion Hotel," Aldersgate Street, its history, Aeroplanes, early flying machines, xi. 8, 98, 145, vi. 6, 78 425, 465

Alchemy, modern, iv. 167 Æschylus and Milton compared, v. 489

Alciatus, Paris edition, 1574, v. 468 Æsop, Greek edition, i. 268

Alcott (Miss L. M.), her Eight.Cousins,' i. 489 Æsop's Fables, Abstemius in, iv. 149, 234 ; ed. | Aldenham (Lord) on the cope, i, 278. Coryate's 1821, its illustrations, xi. 270, 398

Crudities,' iii. 426. Dorsetshire snake-lore, i. Affery as a Christian name, v. 32, 78

254. Forwhy, vii. 374. “I lighted at the Affirmation and dissent, signs of, viii, 205

foot," ii. 535. Kynan, v. 314. Oprower, i. 313. Afghanistan, title of the Amir, iv. 66

Quotations wanted, iv. 237. Spelling reform, Africa, first crossing of, x. 229

iii. 31, 134. " Then with Rodney we will go, Africa, South, snakes in, v. 428, 473; vi. 10, 115, vii. 227. Tinterero, iv. 396 152, 294 ; vii 258

Alder (W. A.) on Nelson sale catalogue, vi. 209 African sloths, v. 230, 313

Alderman's Walk, City, its history, X. 290, 354 African War. See Boer War.

Aldermen: of Aldersgate, ix. 249, 375; of Afterwale, origin of the word, x. 146

Bishopsgate, X. 466 ; of London, 1687, x. 167 Agar (G.) on Bishop Colenso, iii. 187

Aldersgate signs, xi. 102 Agassiz (Robert) and Mle. Langes, xii. 7

Aldersgate Street, Milton's house in, x. 404 Aged, their deaths, iii. 5

Aldersgate Ward, Aldermen of, ix. 249, 375 Agime ziphres, phrase explained, ii. 224

Aldress, use of the word, 1541, xi. 346 Agincourt, battle of, English and French losses, Aldrich (S. J.) on balance of power, ii. 94. Bonnets iii. 121

of blue, ii. 455. Horace, first edition, i. 103, Aglaus on Shakespeariana, vii. 302

• Incendium Divini Amoris,' i. 2. Platea, Agnes and Anne, interchangeability of the names, Franciscus de, iii. 108. Poliphili HypnerotoU. 389, 428, 473; viii. 507

machia,' error in, i. 97. Sun and its orbit, i. 476 Agnew (John)-'Anne Staveley, lü, 348

Aldridge (Ira), his acting as Titus Andronicus, ji. Agnostic Poets, ii. 528; ii. 38

366 Agri on astronomy in the Middle Ages, xii. 9 Aldworth, Sussex, and Tennyson, xi. 325

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