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Jerusalem, ceremonies at, 102–1 Massinger, P. 66
taken by Titus, 232

| Maundy Thursday, 96
Johnson, Dr. 151, 194

Nay, explained, 131
Juggernaut, idol of, 167

, wreath of, 158
July, explained, 190

May-day ceremonies, 131-137
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Melmoth, W, 64
Kaie, Cæsarian, 86

- , jun. 94
Kent, Duke of, 12

Merlin, xxxi
King Charles I, martyr, 17 Mezereon, 156 note

Charles II, crowned, 108 Michaelmas Notice to quit, 243
restored, 140

Midlent Sunday, 90
- George III died, 15

Midsummer Day, 171
- George IV proclaimed, 18– Mignionette, 156 note
born, 213

Migration of birds, Ixvi, 79, 117,
- William landed, 268

240, 255
King-fisher, xxxv

Mirage, 192
Knowles, Herbert, 36

Mists and Fogs, 277
Kotzebue, A. 68

Molting, forced, xlix
Kyrle, John, 295

Montagu, Mrs. 136
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More, Sir T. 191
Lady-day, 309

Moschatell, tuberous, 85 note
Lady-fair, 167

Mothering Sunday, 90
Lambert, Daniel, 170

Moza
Lammas Day, 211

Music, lines on, 273
Land-birds, xxix

N
Land-rail, lix

Name of Jesus, 212
Language of birds, xxif

Nativity of B. V. M. 239
Lapland winter, 52-calendar, 54 NATURALIST's Diary for January
Laproing, lix

1821, 22–February,47 – March,
Larch, plantations of, 124

76-April, 116_May, 150
Lark, lines on, 77, 190 note

June, 181-July, 199-August,
Legend, Irish, 66

221-September, 238_October,
Lily, white and orange, 155 notes 251-November, 277---Decem-
turncap, 156 note

ber, 299
Lisle, Sir George, 219

Nestling of birds, xli
London burnt, 232

Newt, 130
Long Parliament, 268

New Year's Day in Scotland, 1, 2
Longest Day, 176

-lines on, 3
Longevity of birds, xv

Nicomede, 163
Lord Mayor's Day, 269

Nightingale, remarks on, 118–
Love-in-Idleness, lines on, 29, 160 lines on, xliv, 187
Lorelace, Colonel, 113

Norwegian, lines on, 56
Low Sunday, 114

November, explained, 231
Lucas, Dr. 177

0
- , Sir Charles, 219

Oak, flower of, 159
Lupercalia, S6

, Fairlop, 159
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October, explained, 291, 244
Magpie, xxxvii

0. Michaelmas-day, 247
Maiæ Calendæ, translated, 134 0. Mart. 274
March, explained, 56

Ornithology, British,xi-select books
Margate, 175 '

on, Ixxxviii
Marigold, marsh, 85 note

o Sapientia, 287
Martin cat, 24

| Otter described, 87
Mary Magdalen, 194

Owl, xxxii
Massacre of St. Bartholomew, 217 |

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Royal George, 214
Palm Sunday, 95

Ruff, lviii
Passeres, xxxviji

Russell, Lord William, 195
Passion Sunday, 95
Peony, 157 note

Saccheous, John, 34
Petrel, stormy, Ixiii
Pewit, lix

Saints.
Pheasant, lines to, li

Agatha, 309
Picæ, xxxiii

Agnes, 11
Pilewort, 85 note

Alban, 166
Plough Monday, 7

Alphege, 309
Plover, lix

Ambrose, 93
Poacher, lines on, 262

Andrew, 274
Pope, Alexander, 141

Anne, 194
Ponter, 174

Augustine, 219
Powder plot, 269

Austin, 140
Press, lines on, 163

Barnabas, 165
Primrose, lines on, 80, 126-ac Bartholomew, 217

count of, 155 note, 157 note Benedict, 68
Proclamation of King George IV, | Blase, 31
18

Boniface, 164
Purification of B. V. M. 31 Britius, 271

Catherine, 274
Quail, lüi

Cecilia, 273
Queen Charlotte, 272

Chad, 56
Quinquagesima, 56

Clement, 273
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Crispin, 250
Raikes, Robert, 94

Cyprian, 234
Rail, lix

David, 56
Rainbow, new Theory of, 310 Denys, 246
Rainy day in town, 201

Dunstan, 139
Ramazan, a Mohammedan fast de Etheldreda, 248
scribed, s12-314

Eunerchus, 232
Ramsay, Allan, 7

Fabian, 11
Raven, xxxvi

Faith, 244
Redbreast, lines on, xlii note George, 106
Religious Charities, 71

| Giles, 231
ReMARKABLE Days in January | Gregory, 61

1821, 1; February, 31; March, Hilary, 8
56; ápril, 90 ; May, 131 ; June, | Hugh, 271
163; July, 190; August, 211; James, 194
Septeniber, 231, October, 244; James the Less, 137

November, 267 ; December, 285 Jerome, 235
Resurrection, lines on, 93

John Baptist, 171, 220
Retirement, lines on, 112

John Evangelist, 138, 294
Richard, Bp. 92

Jude, 251
Rochester, Earl of, 194

Lambert, 233
Rogation Sunday, 140

Lawrence, 212
Rome, lines on, 44

Leonard, 269
Rook, xxxvii

Lucian, 7
Rose, remarks on, 185-lines on, Lucy, 287
205, 260-roses at Christmas 306 | Luke, 248
lines sent with, ib.

Margaret, 195
Rose Sunday, 90

Mark, 110
Ross, Man of, 295

| Martin, 190, 270

Matthew, 233

| Tempest, lines on, 52
Matthias, 44

Thomson, J. 234
Michael, 234

Thrush, xxiii
Nicholas, 286

Timber, on felling, 131
Patrick, 66

Time, lines on, 170, 288
Paul, conversion of, 13 . Torture in France, 60
Perpetua, 57

Transfiguration, 211
Peter, 310

Translation of Edward, K. of the
Philip, 137

West-Saxons, 170
Prisca, 11

- of Edward the Confes-
Remigius, 244

sor, 247
Silvester, 295

- of St. Martin, 190
Simon, 251

Trinity Sunday, 166
Stephen, 294

Tropic-bird, lxiü
Swithin, 192

Twelfth Day, 4
Thomas, 287
Valentine, 34

Vegetation, lines on, 123
Vincent, 11

Venice, carnival at, 6---Lent at,

57---Ascension Week there, 142
Sea, winter view of, 30---reflec. | --lines on, 144-winter at, 304

tion at, 244---apostrophe to, 265 | Vintage described, 263-265
September, explained, 231 Violet, lines on, 81, 127
Septuagesima, 40

-, double, 155 note
Sermon-readers reproved, 246 Visitation of B. V. M. 190
Sexagesima, 44

W
Shortest Day, 288

Wake-robin, 127
Skrew-mouse, 207

Water-birds, liv
Shrike, xxxii

Waterloo, 167
Shrove Tuesday, 56

Water-wagtail, yellow, 240
Sleep, lines on, 249

Watt, Dr., 310
Slugs, 128-how to kill, 129 - , James, 218
Snipe, lviii

Weeds, 162
Snow, fall of, in June, 177 Whit Monday, 165
Sorrel, wood, 84 note

Sunday, 165
Southwark Bridge, 71

William landed, 268
Southwell, Rev. R. 41

Willow, catkins of, 84 node
Spurge-laurel, 127, 157 note Winter; lines on, 22, 23, 25---
Starling, particulars of, xlv, 255 account of the winter of 1819-20,
Statutes, holding of, 235

24---in Lapland, 52-mild win-
Steam-boat, lines on, 230

ter in 1760, 303_winter in Ita-
Steam, powers of, 218

| ly, 304, 304
Steam navigation, 219 note

Wintry-day, a poem, 301
Still evening, linés on, 208, 228 Woman buried alive, 67
Storms, lines on, 284, 285

Woodcock, lviii
Summer morning, 191

Woodpecker, XXXV
Sun, midnight, 52

Woodman, lines on, 301
Sunday Schools, 94

Worms, utility of, 27
Sun-flower, 156 note

Wreath of May, 158
Swallow, instinct of, 117

Wren, yellow, 121

Y
Tacita, 40

Yellow-hammer, xliv
+ Taylor, Bishop Jeremy, 213 | York, Duchess of, 212.

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