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Smart (Chris.), editor of “ The Midwife, or Old Woman's
King John, Act III. sc. 1: “A new untrimmed Smid (Theobald) on Sir Nich. Throckmorton, 454

Magazine," 254
bride,” 366

Smith family of Neris, 402, 443
Macbeth, with Annotations, 70

Smith (John), of Snenton, in Yorkshire, 112
Measure for Measure, Act III. sc. 1: “And follies

Smith (Rt. Hon. John), Speaker of the House of Com-
doth emmew," 263, 368

mons, 327
Merchant of Venice, notes on, 121, 201, 202, 262, Smith (Dr. Miles), Bp. of Gloncester, date of death, 228
264

Smith (Richard), titular Bishop of Chalcedon, 129
Merry Wives of Windsor, Act I. sc. 1 : “For the

Smith (Samuel), puritan minister, 501
revolt of mine is dangerous,” 366

Smith (Tippoo), whist player, 246
Stratford-upon-Avon records, 40

Smith (W.J. B.) on Beatrice Cenci's last prayer, 266
Tempest, John Kemble's version, 44

Binding a stone in a sling, 400
Works, by Clarke and Glover, 20

Production from a blast furnace, 298
Shamrock, its derivation, 233, 293, 422

Smyth (Robert), early Scottish printer, 2
Sharp (Wm.), “ Sortie froin Gibraltar,” 210, 273

Smythe (Abram) on an old medal, 515
Shaw (Samuel) on Index to Quarterly Reviews, 226 Snake in the stomach of a man, 358
Sheridan (R. B.) and Lord Belgrave's Greek, 381

Snetlage (Dr. Leonard), of Gottingen, 353, 421
Sheriffe (Richard) of Castle Carey, will, 125

Snuff-boxes presented by Queen Anne, 8
Sheriffs of Cornwall, 17

Socius on authorised cdition of Septuagint, 307
Sheriffs of London, A.D. 1188—1274, 39

Socrates' dog, 475, 527
S. (H. B.) on crest of Prince of Wales, 209

Soldier, origin and meaning of a private, 501
Shields (Thomas) on ineaning of Bouman, 95

Solsberg on hyinn by S. F. Adams, 279
“ Shift Shifted,” 530

Canne (John), 441
Shirley (E. P.) on Sir Basil Brooke, 136

Somersetshire wills, 124
S. (H. J.) on the Acland family, 452

Soinerville family, pedigree, 129
Spenser and Travers, 373

“ Songe du Vergier," 107
“ Short Rule of Good Lyfe,” its author, 185
Shurley (J.), “Ecclesiastical History Epitomis’d,” 499

Songs and Ballads;
Siberia, superstition in, 82

American army movements, 496
Sidney (Sir Philip), the “ Arcadia” unveiied, 150, Anti-Jacobin of the last century, 285

237; the Redcrosse Knight of the “ Faerie Queene," Bartram's dirge, 284
21, 22, 65, 66, 101–103, 150; Benvoglio of Shake- Battle of Hexham, 56
speare's “Juliet," 181

By the side of a murmuring stream, 208
Siege of Belgrade," 88, 315

Dawtie, by Robert Anderson, 35
Sigismond on Barrett and Harris families, 410

Drinking song, attributed to Walter Mapes, 361
Sigma on summoning the Grand Jury, 211

Eileen a Roon, 130
Quotations, 113, 129

Featherstonhaugh ballad, 284
" Robin Adair," 130

George Ridler's Oven, 210
Sigma Theta on anonymous arms, 325

God save the King, its authorship, 417
Cup stolen froin house of Glengarry, 351

Jolly Nose, 488
Deacon Brodie, 372

Josephine's Address to Napoleon, 411, 463
Freer (John), 325

Knitting song in Yorkshire, 205
Lizars fainily, 352

Lord Airtli's complaints, 186
Watson of Lofthouse, Yorkshire, 515

Miller of the Dee, 49, 78, 277
Simnel Sunday, or Mothering Sunday, 291

Negro songs, by S. C. Foster, 392
Simon (Thomas), book on vellum, 111

Renaud, a Swiss ballad, 221
Simpson (J. H.) on Herod the Great, 87

Robin Adair, its author, 130
Sinaitic inscriptions, 37, 361

Stafford, “ Whorley Boonk,” 87, 140
Sinavee, or Sinavey, at spring, 111, 200

To-morrow, by John Collins, 445
Singapore and its Chinese residents, 395, 482

True Blue, 210, 257
Sirloin knighted, 472

Woo'd and married and a', 270
S. (J.), Kensington, on Rev. Richard Barry, 227

Southampton, the Walloon Church, 499
Bowden (Rev. Mr.) of Frome, 431

Southcote (Joanna), pamphlets on her imposture, 476
S. (J. H.) on Robert Jolinson's “ Relations," 110

Spain, the royal arins of, 10
Quotation, 49

Spal on Edgar family, 187
Ring mot toes, 177

Genii, Jin, Genius, Yin, 491
Sketching club or society, 248, 296, 335

Heath beer, 311
Sky at sunset, 470

Oglesby, a proper name, 326
Skyring family, arms or pedigree, 50

Spalding (Robert), Regius Prof. of Hebrew, Cambridge,
Skyring (G. W.) on Skyring family arms, 50

228, 380
Sleigh (John) on Charles Edward's adherents, 392 Spanish grandees, 465
Culloden dispatch inedited, 409

Spanislı liturgy, 41
Dienlacres abbey, co. Stafford, 393

Spark (Mr.), Poem on his death, 208
Portraits of Cromwell and Rousseau, 475

Spearman (Robert) of Old-Acres, Durham, 169
Wandering Jew in Staffordshire moorlands, 395 Speech, its end, by Sir Philip Sidney, 227

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Speke and Beke families, 86, 156

Suffolk genealogical histories, 231
Spenser (Edmund), the“ Faerie Queene” unveiled, 21, Sugar tongs like a stork, 70, 250
65, 101, 140, 150, 197, 236, 283

Summer of 1724, 126
Spenser (Sarah), sister to the poet, marriage, 373 Sun-dial at Bishopston church, 230, 276
Spink (Charles) of Edinburgh, 307

Superior, Lake, ancient mining on its shores, 281
Spring Garden Chapel, 326

Supporters, precedent for bearing, 255, 401
Spurgeon (C. H.), has studied Geo. Herbert, 165 Surnames, early, 122, 176, 301, 427, 468
Square Nuinbers,” John Pell's work on, 348

Surnames, quaint, 163, 333
S. (S.) on Gaspar de Navarre, &c., 88

Surplice, its origin, 359
Henry de Lacy, Earl Lincoln, 27

Sussex Archæological Collections, 220
S. (S. D.) on bed-gown and night-dress, 460

S. (W.) on Pomeroy family, 498
Stafford (Mr.) and Sir George Carew, 8

Rising in the North, 8
Stage, the Collier-Congreve controversy, 390, 435 Sweetmeats, banquet of, 476
Stamfordiensis on piscinæ near roodlofts, 270, 509 S. (W. G.) on letter from Sir Chris. Wren, 103
Stanhope (Viscount), arms, 458

Swift family, of Rotherham, arms on panels, 8, 75
Stapleford church, its monuments mutilated,286,363,420 | Swift (Dean), supposed origin of “ The Tale of a Tub,”
Stature, hunan, 164

5, 55
"Ster," as a termination, 350

Swifte (E. L.) on “Merchant of Venice," 202, 264
Steamboat, “ The Blucher," launched, 450

Milton, Schiller, and Coleridge, 25
Stedmans (Fabian), “ Grandsire Bob,” 496

St. Patrick and the shamrock, 295
Stepmother's blessings, 492

Swift family of Rotherhamn, arms on a panel, 75
Sterne (Laurence), a new life of him 353, 400; por- Swing, naine for rick-burners, 271, 339, 398, 440, 461
traits, 371; noticed, 513

S. (W. W.) on Eliot family of Cornwall, 305
Stevens (D M.), on Lieut.-Gen John Adlercron, 383 Folk lore, 514
Beattie's Poems, 319

Prayer for the parliament, 212
Birch (Mr. Serjeant), Cursitor Baron, 319

Vaughan (William), 211
Bouman, its meaning, 173

Wake family, 258
British army in America 29

William, Earl of Gloucester, 248
Browne (Sir Anthony), portraits, 529

Swyfte (Sir Robert), arms on a panel, 8, 75
Chatham (Lord) and the Spanish language, 313 Syınbolism in stones, 248, 440
Cricket, origin of the game, 186

Symes (A.) on Bridport, its history, 27
End of Speech, 227

Symonds (J. A.) on Bealby family, 393
Executions for murder, 336
Gun, an ancient engine, 208

T.
Mining on the shores of Lake Superior, 281 T. on the Douglas cause, 48
Paint and patches, 303

Titles borne by clergymen, 235
Partridge, the Ainerican, 199

Tables, a game, 230
Saracen's Head, origin of the sign, 226

T. (A. D.) on crypt at St. Peter's, Oxford, 383
Sermon against Vaccination, 160

Talaton, Devon, church wardens' accounts, 104
Scoticisms by David Hume, 272

Tallack (William) on executions for murder, 506
Serjeants-at-law, 363

Tanjibs, cambric muslin, 88, 135
Willes (Chief-Baron Edward), 318

Tavern signs, incongruous ones, 449, 522, 525
Stewart (Elizabeth), “ The Hindu Priestess," 27 Taylor (A. W.) on Wassail beverage, 499
Stewart (John), dramatist, 248

Taylor (Joseph), epitaph in Allhallows Barking, 207
Stewart (R. B.) on Collier-Congreve controversy, 435

Tayntyng, its meaning, 373, 403
Stewart's Table, Treatise on its Abuse, 165

Tedded grass, 430, 524
Stir-up Sunday, 495

Teignmoutlı (John, Lord), motto, 40
Stob's cross, or fair, 111

Telegraph, electric, and the umbrella, 408
Stone, laying the first among the Romans, 450

Templars, wand of Grand Master, 307, 401, 422
Stonehenge, ancient history of, 248, 277

Tenbury, Wells, co. Worcester, 9
Stones, precious, 108, 155, 218, 317

Teniers (D.), allegorical painting, 459
Stones, their symbols, 248, 440

Teresa (St.), origin of the surname, 412, 460, 481
Stooky-Sabbath explained, 236

Terrier, the name of a dog, 126, 300, 335, 460
Stopboggle, a provincialism, 108

Terrify, meaning To shake, 126, 178, 300, 335, 460
Stork, a bird, sacred to Juno, 250

Tewis (Francis Antony), epitaplı, 431
Storin signals, 414

Thames described by Sir Walter Scott, 391
Stradella (Alessandro), cantata, 9, 57

Theobalds, a royal palace, 242, 272
Stratford-upon-Avon town records, 40

Theodolite, its derivation, 51, 74, 115, 135, 217
Stroud Green corporation, 211

Theodore, on rolling the R's in pronunciation, 68
Struthers (Rev. James), Scottish preacher, 500 Theosoplis, experimental, a singular relation, 405;
Stuart (Charles Edward), grandson of James II., his work on, 463
Highland adherents, 392

on heraldic query, 99
Stuart (Gilbert), portrait- painter, 149

Theta, on British coins, 111, 197
Stubbe (John), " Discoverie of a Gaping Gulf," 111

Thistle, origin of the Order of the, 444
Stylites on Theodolite, 217

T. (H. L.) on Col. C. G. Tottenham, M.P., 17
Substantia, as used by Greek and Latin fathers, 58 Thompson (Richard), called “ Dutch Thompson, 223,380

Thompson (Rev. Peter) of Whitby, 289, 337, 402 T. (S.) on Goose tenure, 461
Thoms (J. W.) on Albion Magazine, &c., 350

Phønix family, 440
Thornton family, 412

Right to continue arms, 312
Thornton (Bonnell), catalogue of his exhibition of Sign- Ring of Dary II., 461
boards, 307

Tucker (Alfred) on Greek pronunciation, 147
Thrave, in agriculture, explained, 290, 383

T. (W.) on quotation from Sully's Memoirs, 277
Three nuns and a hare, a tavern sign, 525

Twill, its etymology, 30
Throckmorton (Francis), noticed, 454

Twilled brims: floral crowns, 59
Throckmorton (Sir Nicholas), biography, 454

T. (W. J.) on Boucher and Bowden, 325
Throckmorton (Thomas), biography, 516

Browne (Sir Anthony), portraits, 529
Throwing the dart in Cork barbour, 244, 313

Tydides, a satirical print, 129, 318
Thumb Bible, its author, 528

Tylee family, 97
Thynne (Wm.), editor of Chancer, 18; his will, 365, Tyrian purple, its discovery, 353, 419
439, 505

Tyrrell de Leth on Mar family, 352
Tile Barn, origin of name, 326

U.
Till (W. J.) on legacy duty, 173
Tillett (E. A.), on chartularies of Carrow Abbey, 497 Um Elia - Amelia, 270, 337
Timbuctoo, rhyme to, 188

Unipods: Musky H4, 56
Time described, 17

United States and slavery, 136
Titian, old English criticism on, 25

University degrees, 210, 317
T. (J. W.) on the Bowles family, 437

University square cap, 359, 360
Todd (Dr. J. H ) on Booterstown, near Dublin, 276 Upper Eldon parish, but one inhabitant, 266
Toison D'Or, 169, 233, 297
66 Tom Tidler's ground,” 454, 480

V.
Tombs (J.) on the locality of Hafursfirdi, 250

Vaccination, Sermons on, 13, 59, 95, 160, 218)
Tombstones and their inscriptions, 226, 317

Vallancey (Dr.), in his “ Essay," 10
Tonson (Jacob), knocked down with a folio, 471 Vandyke (Sir Antony), portraits improved, 169
Torchhill (Darsie) on epigrams, 303, 306

Vane (Miss Anne), daughter of Lord Barnard, 72
Totnes (Geo. Carew, Earl of ), and Baron Cobham, 228 Vane (Miss Anne), daughter of the Earl of Darlington,
Tottenham (Lieut.-Col. Charles G.), M.P., 17

disappointment in love, 4, 72
Tottenham (H. L.) on Sir Charles Calthrope, 55, 178 Vane (H. M.) on the two Miss Vanes, 72
Tower of London, the traitors' gate, 66

Vane (Sir Walter), biography, 302
" Town and Country Magazine," editor, &c. 476, 528 Vann (Geffrey), monument at St. Peter's, Dorchester,
Towns submerged, 402

434
Tradesmen's marks, 413, 463

Vaughan (Wm.), his works, 211
Traitors' Gate, Tower of London, 66

Vebna on blackguard, 339
Travers (John), marriage with Sarah Spenser, 373

Choak-Jade at Newmarket, 483
Treacle, its derivation, 84, 135, 176, 191, 192

Christian names, 416
Treacle Bible, 327

Church ver. King, 56
Treasurer, Lord High, of England, 168, 216, 257, 277 Dancing in slippers, 437
Trebutien (G. S.) on Marc de Vulson, &c., 53

Grammatical corruptions, 437
Treffry family, 148

Knock-out, its derivation, 411
Trench (Francis) on Book-exchange, 79

Mutilation of sepulchral monuments, 363
Anti-Jacobin songs of the last century, 285

St. Mary Matfelon, 483
Boating proverbs, 370

Self-esteem of the English, 497
Collier (Jeremy) on the Stage, 390

Terrier, a dog, 335
Diogenes, his humour, 471

V.(E.) on John Nicholson: "Maps," 376
Earthquakes, 350

Plouglis in churches, 18
Laying the first stone, 450

Veil (Sir Thomas de), lines on, 270
Revalenta, its ingredients, 496

Veneer (John), Rector of St. Andrew, Chichester, his
Trepsack (Rev. John) of Canterbury family, 325, 401 death, 354
Tretane on editions of Camden's Britannia, 109

Venner family of Bosenden, 130, 175
Sheriffs of Cornwall, 17

Venus, the Squinting, 165
Trevelyan (Mr.), lines on the battle of Bull's Run, 255 Venus chastising Cupid, 200, 259
Trevelyan (Sir W. C.) on Lake dwellings, 147

Vergil (Polydore) on masquerading at Christmas, 487
Raleigh arms, 77

Vernon (Sir Robert), marriage and death, 476
Tri-Milchi, the month of May, 515

Verral (Charles), minor poet, 289
Trix (A. J.) on Wm. Wilberforce's speech, 131

Via Dulorosa, 451, 509
Trollop (Robert), monument at Gateshead, 354, 437 Victoria, an Irish Queen, 206
Trotter family of Prentannan, 99

Victoria (Queen), memorial to the late Prince Consort
Trouveur (Jean le) on women burnt alive, 4

at Balmoral, 45, 217; residence at Bognor, 129
T. (R. S.) on Danishi and Norwegian heraldry, 473 Vincent (J. A. C.) on Bray family, 173
Knitting song, 205

Dancing in slippers, 504
Trujillo, in Spain, inscription, 50, 94

Drake (Sir F.), marriage, 189, 241, 330, 502
T. (S.) on Christian names, 416

Dutch delf, 410
Crests as family cognizances, 440

Inscription in Père la Chaise, 430

Vincent (J. A. C.) on Marwood family, 143

W. (H.) on De la Tour d'Auvergne, 474
Rooke family, 157

Monogram of Constantine, 403
Vincent (Wm.), Dean of Westminster, epitaph, 232 Whately (Abp.), his table-talk, 433
Violin, its history, 509

Whist players, celebrated, 246
Virgini Parituræ,” 5, 75

Whitechapel, alias St. Mary Matfelon, 5, 75, 419, 483
Virginia, called Old Dominion, 76

Whitehall, banqueting-house, 196; plan of its ruins in
Visitations of counties already printed, 433

1718, 29, 94, 198
Vitruvius in English, 149, 279

Whitehall ! a war cry, 188
Vixen, its derivation, 389, 463

Whiting (Abbot), shoeing-horn, 472; his watch, 59
V. (S. P.) on English princes, their wives, 259

Whitmore (W. H.) on American slavery, 136
Income of peers in 17th century, 156

Cranmer family, 480
Quarter-master, carriage-master, &c., 29

Fitzgerald (Mr.), his Poems, 27
Xanton bishoprick, 254

Praed's Poems, 57
Vulson (Marc de), noticed, 53

Waldo family, 136

Whitstable church, date of erection, 290
W.

Whityng (Christine), of Burneham, his will, 124
W. on Richard Champion, 27

Wickliffe (John), “the Morning Star of the Reforma-
"By the side of a murmuring stream,” 299

tion,” 451
“ Council of Ten,” 35

Wife-selling, 450; in Gloucestershire, 324
Devil, works on the, 479

Wigton (Charles Ross Fleming, Earl of), an M.D., 219
Law of adultery, 94

Wilberforce (Wm.), speech on the slave trade, 131
Scott's “ Lay of the Last Minstrel," 216

Wilbraham (Sir Roger), biography, 380
Wadloe (Simon and John), 207, 403

Wilkinson (Rev. Joseph), biography, 370
Waffers (Mr.), minor poet, 499

Willard (David), residence, 288
Wake family pedigree, 296

Willes (Chief Baron Edward), 318, 378
Wake (Margaret), wife of Edmund Earl of Kent, 188, Willes (Judge Edward), 318, 378
258, 260

William II1., conspiracies against him, 230, 300
Waldo family, 136, 199

Williams (Roger), works, 477
Wale, its etymology and meaning, 26, 120

Williams (Taliesin) ab Iolo, his works, 326
Wales, Prince of, crest at High Larer church, Essex, Willis of Kirkoswald, co Cumberland, 396
209, 317; his feathers in co. Lincoln, 412

Wills, Somersetshire, 125
Wales (Rev. Samuel) of Morley, co York, 476

Wills (W. H.) on the Balmoral memorial cairn, 217
Wallace (Robert), his death, 395, 441, 524

Winchelsea (Emily Georgiana, Countess of), epitaph, 267
Walloon church, Southampton, 499

Winchester School, its history and traditions, 454
Walpole (Horace), letter to Wm. Parsons, 284

Windham (Rt. Hon. William), noticed, 501
Walsall-legged, a provincialism, 27, 77, 119

Wing (Wm.) on North Aston, co. Oxford, 204
Walter (Peter), satire on, 348

Winkfield parish registers, 164
Walton (C.) on Experimental Theosophy, 405

Winnington (Sir T. E.) on carved head in Astley
Warren (C. F. S.) on Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, 134

church, 228
George IV.'s natural children, 522

Barefoot (John), Oxford letter carrier, 434
Warwick (Eden) on Ammergau mystery, &c., 473

Christian names, 525
Washington family pedigree, 231, 279

Cowthorp oak, 119
Washington (Joseph), barrister, 516

Fox the tinker, 128
Wassail bererage, recipes, 499

Gannymede," a poem, 411
Waterford gentry temp. Elizabeth, 248

Incomes of peers, 253
Watershed, its derivation, 113, 125

March pane, a sweetmeat, 476
Watkin (Thomas), his longevity, 370

Peat-bogs. 394
Watkins family of Breconshire, 307

Tenbury Wells, co. Worcester, 9
Watson of Lofthouse, Yorkshire, 515

Witchcraft, last execution for, 508
Watts (Robert), Cambridge bookseller, 376, 377 Wither (George), lines on Ganymede, 411, 523
Wax-work exhibitions, 373

W. (J) on Dr. Joseph Hunter, 278
W. (C.) on a satirical ballad, 271

Inglott family, 148
Christian names,
416

Loves of an Apothecary,” its author, 292
Nelson (Lord) on Sardinia, 288

Milton (John), verses attributed to him, 432
Ripon, custom at, 378

Pamphlet, its derivation, 379, 482
Webber (E. C. I.) on St. Brannock, 29

W. (J. F.) on Mrs Fitzherbert, 522
Webster (John), date of the “ Devil's Law Case,” 225 W. (J. G.) on Guido Fawkes, 313
Wedding sermons, list of, 354

W. (J. J.) on the Knights Hospitallers, 190, 212
Weedon (Francis Charles), minor poet, 516

Wmson (S.) on anonymous work, 472
Wellington a cannibal, 412, 461, 526

Daft Island Laird, 473
Wemyss (Miss Betty), the Squinting Venus, 165 W. (N.) on Roman consistory on Henry VIII., 270
Wenlock (John Lord), family, &c, 326, 436

Wollaston (Rev. Wm.), asher of the Birmingham Free
Westall (Richard), the original of “ The Woodman,” 392 Grammar School, 389
Weston, church of St. Mary of the Annunciation, 168 Wolsey (Cardinal), arms, 94; foundation stone of his
Wetwang (Wm.), mayor of Richmond, 476

college at Ipswich, 248
W. (H) on Baal worship, 318

Women burnt alive, 4

“Wonder of all Wonders," a jeu d'esprit, 494
Wood (E. J.) on Bhagavadgita, 238

Bush houses, 258
History of Clerkenwell, 211
Liston the actor, 145
Porter, where first sold, 189

Warden the Cinque Ports, 177
Wood Street Counter Chapel, 326
Woodward (J.) on Austrian motto, 304

Bastard family, 250
Blount family of Bitton, 228
Coronets used by the French noblesse, 437
Crests, use of several, 438
Figures in stones, 317
Fleur-de-lis forbidden in France, 187
French Legend: La Melusine, 240
Heraldic: right to continue arms, 312
Kaiser-Saal at Frankfort, 352
Kastner, or Castner arms, 256
Mediatised German princes, 230
Patrician families of Louvain, 168
Pizarro, arms of, 315
Prince Imperial a son of St. Louis, 306
Raleigh arms and supporters, 255
Rubens (Peter Paul), 218
St. Anthony's sermon, 331
St. Germain, 177
St. George, his heart, 411
Scandinavian heraldry, 528
Toison d'Or, 169, 297
Volcano in the Isle of Reunion, 298
Wand of Grand Masters of Templars, 401

Woolsonbury Nymphs," its author, 373
Woodward (R. J.) on newspapers, 397
Worcester and Worcestershire antiquities, 60
Worcester battle, lists of officers, 189
“ Worcester Journal," its establishment, 38
Worcester theatre in 1767, 44
Words misused, 407, 461
Workard (J. J. B.) on Alfeknight, 325

Angelic vision of the dying, 435
Baptism of bells, 381
Boadicea, a tragedy, 139
Calthrope (Sir Charles), 140
Chancellor of the Exchequer, 257
Christian mystery of the 11th century, 489
Contracts, 421
Davidson (Lucretia Maria), 139,
De Veil (Sir Thomas), 270
Devil, iconography of the, 479
Exchequer, 139
Exempt jurisdiction of Newry and Mourne, 422
Hentzner's visit to England, 428
Imprint, curious, 184
Knighthood: Miles, Eques, &c., 179
Mayors and provosts, 247
Pope's Universal Prayer in Latin, 421
Proverb, 59

Workard (J. B.) on Record Commission publications, 177

Rhymes to Dickens and Thackeray, 318
St. Patrick and venomous creatures, 179
Shakspeare jubilee, 367

Titles borne by clergymen, 179, 296
Workman (Mr.), heraldic MSS., 499
Wotton (Sir Henry), his “ Crystal Sexangular," 70
W. (R.) on origin of the word Bigot, 39

Sanderson (Rev. Anthony Nourse), 515
W. (Richard) on Cromwellian grants, 305
Wren (Sir Chris.), letter respecting Portland stone, 103
Wright (Robert) on origin of horse police, 74
Wright (Dr. Samuel), minister of Carter Lane, 231
Wright (W. A ) on “ All's Well that Ends Well," 203
W. (T. T.) on Garnier's work on Transversals, 268
Wyatt (T.), dramatist, 248

X.
Xanton, or Saintes, a bishoprick, 187, 254
Ximenez (Cardinal), and the Mozarabic liturgy, 41; ori-

ginator of a popular library, 409
XP. on Duke of Kingston's regiment, 1745, 269

Mutilation of sepulchral monuments, 287
Nottinghamshire incumbents, 269

Nottingham probate court, 289
X. (X.) on Ranulph de Meschines, 307

St. Peter's-in-the-East, Oxford, 307

Tydides, 318
X. (X. A.) on the black hole of Calcutta, 133

Bowden (Rev. John), of Frome, 504
Punishment of beggars at Bath, 47
Whiting (Abbot), his watch, 59

Y.
Yates (J.) on St. Mary of the Annunciation, 168
Yealand and Ashton, near Lancaster, 74
Year Books, 11 ; temp. Edward I., 220
Yeowell (Jaines) on the Hudibrastic couplet, 61

Oxford (Edward Harley, 2nd Earl of), 286

" Pallas Armata," not an heraldic work, 418
Y. (J.) on the wills of Abp. Harsnet and Bp. Ken, 3
Y- (Jean) on Amelia, 337

Scottish saints unknown, 362
Yorath (Ivan), liis longevity, 370
York House Water-gate, Buckingham Street, 108, 173
York Place, the residence of the Chancellors, 449
Yorkshire words and phrases, 108
Young (Anthony), supposed author of “God save the

King," 327, 417
Yuste, (St.), 77

z.
Zacutus (Abr.), a Spanish Jew, 374
Zadkiel's crystal ball, 108, 155, 218
Zigabenus (Euthymius), and the Manichæans, 169,

279, 458
Zincograplıy, list of its reproductions, 290, 339
Zonaras (Joannes), the Cosmogony of, 38

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