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Merret, Christopher, 290

Mewtaa, Thomas, 117

Millard, John, 541

Miueralogical Collections, 459, 510,
521

Minnies of Evidence before Select Com-
mittee on the Britith Museum of
1835-36, 555, 558;—before the Royal
Commissioners of 18-18-50, 566

Moll, Baron von, 413

Mominsen, Tycho, MSS. of, 457

Monck-Mason, Henry, MSS. of, 457

Monk, Christopher, Duke of Albemarle,
270

Montagu, Colonel George, Collections
in Zoology of, and his public bene-
faction, 459, 576, 692

Montagu, John, Earl of Sandwich,
489

Montagu, Ralph, Duke of Montagu,
319

Montagu House and its history, 319,
324

Monticelli's Minerals, 521

Morghens, It iphael, Prints of, 36

Moritz, Charles, 338

Morrison, Robert, Chinese Library of,
37

Morton, Dr. Charles, 322, 31 i, 519

Mouncey, John, 250

Museum Tradescantianvm, 259

Musgrave, Sir William, Benefactions of,
416

Myra, Casts of Rock Tmubs at, 660

X.

Napieb of Magdala, Lord, Efforts for
the collection of Abyssinian MSS..
and Antiquities during the late
Campaign made by, 703 seqq.

Napoleon and the Institute of Cairo,
366; his plans for the acquisition
of the Marbles of the Parthenon, 384

Natural History Collections, Proposi-
tions which have been made for the
removal of the, 513; HQlsrqq.; 74-4
seqq.

Natural History of Jamaica, 289 seqq.
Nelson, Horatio, Lord Nelson, 356,

359, 361
Neville, Sir Henry, 55
Newton, Adam, 157
Newton, Charles Thomas, Researches

for Antiquities at Halicamassus,

Itninrhidtp, Cnidus, &c, of, 663 seqq.;

his labours in respect to the Wood-
house Collection, 704
Newton, Sir Isaac, 499
Nice, Daniel, Museum of, 195
Nicolas, Sir Harris, 535, 541
Niineguen, Discovery of Ancient

Bronzes near, 409
Nimroud, Excavations of Mr. Layard

and his Successors at, 629 seqq.
Nitrian Monasteries, Account of the

successive researches for MSS. in the

Libraries of the, 609 seqq.
Norgate, Edward, 195
Northampton, Henry, Earl of. See

Howard

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Oldiswokth, William, 124
Onslow, Arthur, 306
Orsini, Flavio, MSS. of, 457
Osborne, Sir John, 240
Oswald, James, 673
Onseley, Sir Gore, 461, 509
Ovcrbury, Sir Thomas, 67, 81, 82, 83
Owen, Admiral Sir Edward, 651
Owen, Richard, on the growth and
progress of the Zoological Collections,
602, 694; on the state, classification,
and requirements of the Collection
of Minerals, 606.

Pactio, Mr., negotiates the transfer
from the Monastery of St. Mary
Deipara of a residuary Collection of
Syrian MSS. previously withheld,
618

Paiafa, Xanthian tomb of, 652, 658

Pnlmer, Sir Geoffrey, 263

Pandarus, Lycian Marbles illustrative

of the Legend of, 654
Panizzi, Sir Antonio, 485, 523, 543,
546, 552, 558, 559, 560, 563, 567,
570, 704; Ilia influence on the be-
quest of the Grenvillc Library, 678
»eqq.; his designs and labours for the
construction of the New Reading
Room, 586 seqq.; his account of the
choice books in the Grenville Col-
lection, 681 seqq.; testimony borne
in Parliament in 1866 to his public
services, 583

Papin, Dionysius, 276

Pararaythia (in Epirus), Discovery of
ancient Bronzes at, 407

Paris and London Museums compared,
579, 581

Parker, George, Earl of Macclesfield,
299, 304

Parker, Matthew, Archbishop of Can-
terbury, 58

Parry, John Humffreys, 568

Payncll, Robert, 241

Pelham, Henry, 307, 309

Pell, John, 427

Pennant, Thomas, 496

Percy, Algernon, Duke of Northum-
berland, 610

Perez, Anthony, 457

Persepolitan Marbles, 461

Persian MSS., 456, 459

Peters, Hugh, 168

Petiver, James, 290

Pett, Phineas, 161

Petty, William, 191, 193

Petty-Fitzmaurice, William, Marquess
of Lansdowne, 426 seqq., 672

Petyt, William, 435

Phigaleia, Marbles of, 396 seqq.

Phoenician Glass, 708

Piaggi, Anthony, 358

Pierre-Luisit (Pays-de-Bugey), Dis-
covery of ancient Sculpture at, 407

Pindar, Sir Paul, 260, 267

Pinelli Library, 438

Pirckheimer Library, 195

Pitton de Tournefort, Joseph, 267

Plants, Andrew, 517

Planta, Joseph, Notices of the Life,

Literary Works, and Public Services

of, 517 seqq.
Portland Vase, History of the, 461

seqq.
Pourtales Collection of Antiquities,

669
Proposition to bridle the Impertinency

of Parliaments, 100

R.

Ralegh, Sir Walter, 87, 113, 147, 160,

161, 187
Ratcliffe, John, 476
Rawliuson, Sir Henry, 641
Ray, John, 275, 282
Reid, George William, on Prints in the

Slade Collection, 716
Rich, Claudius James, 459, 616
Robartes, John, Earl of Radnor, 241
Roberts, Edward, 25
Roe, Sir Thomas, Researches in the

Levant of, 167,192 seqq.
Rosetta Inscription, 365 seqq.
Royal Academy of Arts, 471
Royal Society, 284 seqq., 498 seqq.
Russell, John, Duke of Bedford, 521
Rycaut, Sir Paul, 427
Rye, William Brenchley, 719
Rymer, Thomas, 328

8.

Saint-john, Henry, Viscount Boling-
broke, 212 seqq , 309

Saint-John, Oliver, 110, 114

Salisbury, Earl of. See Cecil

Salway, Richard, 268

Sancroft, William, Archbishop of Can-
terbury, 235

Saunders, Dr. Sedgwick, on cerlaiu
MSS. in the Cotton Collection, 151

Saunders, William, 703 seqq.

Scharf, George, 645

Scopas, Sculptures of, 665

Segar, Sir William, 435

Seguier, Peter, 235, 240

Seklen, John, 97, 130,131, 419

Sennacherib, Sculptural Monuments of,

633, 640 seqq.
Serra, Marquess (of Genoa), 665
Seymour, Edward, Duke of Somerset,

64,211
Sheepshanks, John, 35
Sicily, Archaeological Researches in,

668
Siehold, Philip Francis von. Travels

and Researches in Japan of, 717

seqq.; his Japanese Libraries, 718
Slade, Felix, Collections and Bequests

of, 707 seqq.
Sloane, Sir Hans:

1660 - 1677 - 1683. Parentage, and
early education in Ireland, 274

1678. Studies Chemistry, Botany,
and Medicine in London, 275

1683. Goes to France to prosecute
his professional and scientific
education, ib.

1684. Commences his medical career
in London, 276

1687. Proceeds to the West Indies as
Physician to the Governor-
General and to the Fleet, and
during that Voyage begins the
formation of his Museum, 278
teqq.

1689. Returns to England with ex-
tensive Collections, 281

1693. Becomes Secretary of the Royal
Society, 282

1696. Publishes his first scientific
work, ib.

1690 to 1727. Resumes the publication
of the suspended Philosophical
Transaction), 284; Discussions
between Sloane and Woodward,
286; Enumeration of the
honours and distinctions con-
ferred upon him, 287

1708. Publishes the first volume of
the Natural History of Jamaica,
288
1710-18. Incorporation of the Col-
lections of Plukenet, Petiver,
and others, with Sloane's
Museum, 290; his extensive
correspondence and charities,
291
1741. Retires to his Manor House at

Chelsea, 293
1748. Visit to the Sloane Museum
of the Prince and Princess of
Wales, 294
1748-9. Last Will and Codicils, 296
seqq.; declining years and death,
300; Comparative Synoptical
Table of his Museum in 1725
and in 1753, 303; its acquisi-
tion by Parliament and its pub-
lic establishment, in 1753, 304
seqq.
Smirke, Sir Robert, 584 seqq.
Smirke, Sydney, 587 seqq., 596
Smith and Porcher, Explorations at

Cyrene of Messrs., 40
Smith, Joseph, 469
Smith, Robert, 59
Smith, Dr. Thomas, 142
Smith, Sir Thomas, 235
Solander, Daniel Charles, 491
SoltikofT Collection, 712
Somers, John, Lord Somers, 139
Somerset, Earl of. See Cakb
Somerville, Lord, 480
Sonnini de Manoncourt, Charles X. S.,
Researches in the Nitrian Monas-
teries of, 610
Spanish MSS., 456
Spanish Poetry and Drama, Chorley

Collection of, 695
Spano (Canon), of Cagliari, 626
Spencer, Charles, Earl of Sunderland,

239
Specimens of Ancient Sculpture, 735

seqq., 410
Spelman, Sir Henry, 124
Spratt, T. A. B., Researches in Lycia

of, 668
Stephen, James Francis, 88
Strozzi Gems, 691.

Stuart, Esme, Duke of Lennox, 71,182
Suffolk, Thomas, Earl of. See Howabd
Swift, Jonathan, 214 teqq.

T.

Tattam, Henry, Researches in the
Nitrian Monasteries of, 613

Theyer, Charles and John, 168

Thomason, George, 331

Thoresby, John, Visit to Courten's
Museum of, 270

TischendorPs Visit to the Nitrian
Monasteries, 618

Towneley, Charles, Birth and Ancestry
of, 369; his Continental Education
and Travels, 370; History of his
Collection of Ancient Sculpture, 372
teqq.; his return to Italy and further
enlargement of his Gallery, 377
teqq.; its testamentary disposal, and
subsequent acquisition by Parlia-
ment, 379

Tradescant's Museum, 259

Tyrwhitt, Thomas, Benefactions of,
417

V.

Utica, Archaeological Researches at, 666
teqq.

Vase Collections, Notices of the growth
and extent of the, 351, 386 teqq.

Villiers, George, Duke of Buckingham,
68, 73, 84, 85, 86, 91, 99, 100, 116

Vincent, Augustine, 87

Vossius, Gerard John, 235

\V.

Wake, Sir Isaac, 195

Walker, Sir Edward, 176

Walpole, Horace, Earl of Orford, 309,
310, 322, 405, 415, 426, 429

Wanley, Humphrey, 143, 235, 236,
238, 240, 241, 427

Warburton, John, 240, 435

Warburton, William, Bishop of Glou-
cester, 457

Ward, Dr. John, 336, 347, 519

Watts, Thomas, Notice of the Literary
Life and Public Services of, 554
teqq.; his remarks on the new
buildings of the Museum, 585 teqq.;
his account of the specimens of Book-
binding in the Slade Collection, 716;
and of the Japanese Library of P. F.
von Siebold, 719

Watson-Wentwortb, Charles, Marquis
of Rockingham, 429

Webb, Philip Carteret, 426

Wedgwood, Josiah, 358

Wendeborn, Frederick, 338, 485

Wentworth, Thomas, Earl of Strafford,
111, 186

Wesenham Family, 49

West, James, 427, 476

Whitaker, Lawrence, 117

Whitelocke, Bulstrode, 168

Wilbraham, Roger, 409

Williams, John, Archbishop of Tork,
87, 124

Witt, George, 696

Wood, Antiquarian explorations at
Ephesus of Mr. Consul, 669

Woodhouse, James, Museum of Anti-
quities formed at Corfu by, 702; its
bequest to the Public, and the cir-
cumstances attendant thereon, 703
teqq.

Woodward, Dr. John, 259, 286

Wotton, Sir Henry, 179,181

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