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E. on Tombstones and their inscriptions, 317

Emmew, used by Shakspeare, 263, 368
Earthquakes, remarkable, 350

English, their self-esteem, 497
Easle (Tho.) on Rev. William Peters, 525

Envelopes, insecure, 37
Eassie (W.) on salt in baptism, 318
Tenures of land in Ireland, 456

Epigrams:-
Eastmead (Rev. Wm.), of Kirby Moorside, 186, 258

Barringtons, the two, 245
Eastwood (J.) on Socrates' dog, 527

D'Israeli's criticism on Alison, 128
Treacle: Pontifex, their derivations, 135

Gray (Thomas) on Dr. Smith, 268
Easy (Ben.) on popular books in 1594, 470

Heath (John), satirical epigrams, 318
Crush a cup, &c., 18

Russell (Lord John), 129, 174, 217
“ Merchant of Venice," 201

Scholefield, two of that name, 303
Mitrnatition, used by Bp. Hall, 438

Schwartzenburg on bayonets, 129
Scalding Thursday, 441

Epistle to a Your.g Lady, 147
Shakspeare, significant names in, 114
Shakspeare, Webster, and R. Perkins, 366

Epitaphs:-
Twilled brims: floral crowns, 59

Addison (John), epitaph, 437, 529
Webster's Devil's Law Case, its date, 225

Bourne (Vincent), 515
E. (C. P.) on derivation of treacle, 135

Charles II., satirical, 189, 259
Edgar family, 187

Gardner (Thomas), historian of Dunwich, 265
Edgar (Thomas), noticed, 27, 94

Hatherton (Lord), 46
“ Edinburgh Gazetteer," Ode to Insurrection, 161

“ Iinprove time in time, while time doth last,” 440
Edward, first Prince of Wales, letters, 148

“ Hoc est nescire, sine Christo plurima scire,” 474
Edwards (George), F.R.S., ancestry, 228

Lucerne, by Schiller, 266
E. (E. B.) on Gloucestershire songs, 210

Milcent (Marie Madeleine), 430
Eels, places named from this fish, 305, 381

“ Nisi Mors mortis morti mortem morte dederit,"
Eels and lampreys disliked by the Scots, 249

474
E. (G.) on Sir Ingram Hopton, 127

Quod fuit esse quod cst, &c., 19
Egg hopping, 492

Taylor (Joseph), Allballows Barking, 207
Eglantine = honeysuckle, 305, 379

Tewis (Francis Antony), 421
Egomet on Orbis centrum, 210

Trollop (Robert), at Gateshead, 355, 437
E. (H.) on America and See of London, 84

Vincent (Dr. Wm.), Dean of Westminster, 232
Elret (Geo. Dionysius), flower painter, 432

Winchelsea (Einily Georgiana, Countess of), 267
E. (H. T.) on muffled peals for Ald. Cubitt, 526 Eric on platform = ground plan, 57
“ Eikon Basilike," memorial inscription, 441, 508 Errington (Prideaux), his family, 187
Eirionnach on illustrations of the Devil, 328

Errol carldom, and the privilege of nominating a suc-
Ghost story by Aubrey, 524

cessor, 23, 78
Jacob's staff, a terrestrial instrument, 70

Esligh on a Furness distich, 392
Leighton (Abp.), library a: Dunblane, 63, 313 Essex (Arthur Capel, Earl of), mysterious death, 500
“ The Wonder of all the Wonders,” 494

Essex (Robert Devereux, Earl of), a character in the
Wither's lines on Ganymede, 523

“Faëry Queen," 151
E. (K. P. D) on an ancient custon, 244

E. (T. G.) on Kotzebue, song in “ The Stranger," 375
“By the side of a murmuring stream,” 299 Etten (H. van), “Mathe:natical Recreation,” 355
Oglesby, a surname, 461

Eucharist administered at weddings, 104, 175
St. Anthony's temptation, 297

Eurasian, its meaning, 271
Eliot (John), of Cornwall, family arins, 305

Evans (John) on numismatic queries, 403
Elizabeth (Queen), characterised in the - Fairie Queene,” Evans (T. S.) on Rabbi Moses Mikotzi, 212

21, 22, 65, 66, 101, 103, 150; State Paper docu- | Evelyn (John), marriage of his eldest sister, 290
ments, 404

“ Even,” meaning fellow, 271
Elizabeth de Burgh, her burial, 188

Exchequer or Exchecquer, 43, 73, 116, 139, 417
Elizabeth of Bohemia, “ The Queen of Hearts," 452 Executions for murder since 1839, 268, 335, 438, 506
Elkanab, its correct pronunciation, 394

Executions in France, 482
Ellacombe (H. T.) on bell literature, 52

Exmouth (Lord), his last letter, 92
Blount family of Bitton, 298

Extractors, hints to, 286
Dog, lines on its faithfulness, 96
Eikon Basilike, 508
Grandsire Bob, its author, 476

F. on Hopton family, 48
Mutilation of sepulchral monuments, 420

Surnames, 176
Old churchwardens' accounts, 104

Venner of Bosenden, 130
Peal of twelve bells, 137, 297

Fairs, metropolitan, history of, 477
Somersetshire churches, 87

Fairy's burial-place, 97
Ellio: (C. J.) on prayers for the dead, 360

Fast = quick, use of the word, 110, 158, 215, 363
Postal system, 357

Father and son not seen by each other for fifty years,
Winkfield parish registers, 164

450, 523
Eloisa, allusion io, 474

Fault-bag, by Phædrus, &c., 477, 526
Ely, Isle of, odd derivation of its name, 142

Fawkes (Guido), parentage, 249, 313
Embleins of mediæval saints, 232

F. (C.) on " To terrify=to shake,” 126

Feasts of the Fool and the Ass, 486

Foster (S. E.), author of Negro Songs, 392
Fellows (John), minor poet, 287

Foster (Rev. Thomas), author of “ Brunoniad," 122
Felton (Rev. Wm.), musical composer, 228

Fountains Abbey, memorials of, 404
Female fools, or jesters, 453, 523

Fowke (Joseph), date of his death, 287, 360
Fenton (Rev. Roger), date of his death, 228

Fowler (Bishop), reprint of his works, 89
Ferrabosco (Alphonso), father and son, 450

Fowler (Sir William), Bart. of Harnage Grange, 70
Ferrey (Benj.) on Beke and Speke families, 156

Fox, the tinker, 128
Traitors' gate at the Tower, 66

Fox (Margaret), arms of her first husband, 147
Fictitious appellations, 306, 401

Foxhangre, a proper name, 123, 419
Finsbury Court-house, 412

F. (P.) on Pomeroy family, 238
Firmament, the waters above and under it, 38

Sterne (Laurence), biography, 353
Fishwick (H.) on Elijah Ridings, 99

F. (P. H.) on an epigram on the Barringtons, 245
Fitzgerald (Mr.), his Poems, 27

Decanus, an ecclesiastical officer, 351
Fitzherbert (Mrs.), her children, 411, 522

France, paganism at the abbey of St. Matthew, 394
Fitzholland (C. H.) on Atkinson, governor of Senegal, France, the Regale of, 429
185

France, the Prince Imperial, a descendant of St. Louis,
Fitzhopkins on habits of the bat, 86

306, 419
Coincidence, 245

Frankfort, Kaiser-Saal at, its portraits, 352, 420
Goldschmidt (Peter), 447

Franklin (Dr. Benj.) bequest of his walking-stick, 92
French tragic exaggeration, 240

Fraser (Sir Alexander), his arms, 474
Hone's House that Jack Built, 429

Freeman (S. C.) on hymn by S. F. Adams, 279
Phrases: Ghost story, 382

Freer (John), ensign in 66th foot, 325, 401
Quotations from the Dunciad, 173

French legend, the Fairy Melusine, 14
Tonson: Osborne, 471

French tailor's motion, 268
Treacle, its derivation, 191

| French tragic exaggeration, 240
F. (J.) on Coxe's Christian Ballads, 30

| French wines not used in 1719, 209, 259
Flamborough tower described, 231, 315

| Friday Street, origin of the name, 287
Fleur-de-lis forbidden in France, 187

Frith-silver explained, 477, 529
Flodden Field, muster rolls of the English army, 7, 98 F. (R. W.) on Bath hospital, 256
Floral crowns, 59

F. (T.) on battle of Worcester, 189
Fly, origin of the carriage so called, 345, 420

Funerals, torches at, 143
Flybesky, or fly-by-sky, a provincialism, 108

Furness distich, 392
F. (M) on the Bainbridge family, 16

F. (V. S. F.) on Venner of Bosenden, 175
Fitzherbert (Mrs.) and George IV., 522

G.
Folk Lore: -

G. Edinburgh, on cold in the month of June, 19
Bairn's, or child's, piece, 82

Douglas (Mother), 522
Egg hopping, 492

Earldom of Errol, 77
French folk lore, 491

James I., his puns, 513
Genii, Jin, Genius, Yin, 491

Law family of Lauriston, 76
Grasshopper and cricket, 491

Legacy duty, 160
Patrick (St.) and venomous creatures, 82

Loughborough (Lord), birth-place, 144
Pen-tooth, 491

Potwalloping franchise, 217
St. Clement’s Day, 492

r. on St. Anthony's temptation, 228
Siberian superstition, 82

Devil, illustrations of, 246, 399
Snake in the stomach of a man, 358

“ Hang upon his lips," 434
Stepmother's blessings, 492

G. (A.) on Blair's “ Grave,” 442
Waite thorn bearing an abundant crop of fruit, Bowden (Mr.), of Frome, 504
514

Darby (Rev. Charles), poetical writer, 506
Fool, the Feast of, 486

Giffords, 528
Fools, or jesters, female, 453, 523

Thumb Bible, its author, 528
Ford families, 291, 421

G. (A. B.) on John Donne, jun., his letter, 295
Fordyce (James), compiler of Hymn-book, 325

Greenhill's Sermon on Vaccination, 316
Forest of Dean, Personal History of the, 320

Sterne (Laurence), portraits, 371
Forms of Prayer, 362

Gale (Benjamin), artist, 268
Forrest (Commodore Arthur), noticed, 501

Gam (David) on Scalding Thursday, 326
Forster (John) of Dover, his family, 325, 401

Gambrinus, inventor of beer, 147, 258
Fortescue (Sir John) manuscripts, 351

Games, Greek and Roman, 19
Foscolo (Ugo), his biography, 131

Games in Scotland, 230
Foss (Edward) on Mr. Serjeant Birch, 402

Ganymede, poem on, 411, 523
Fashionable quarters of London, 448

Gardner (Thomas), historian of Dunwich, epitaph,
Lord High Treasurer of England, 216, 277

265
Serjeants-at-law, 278

Garnier (M.), work on Transversals, 268
Shakspeare's original vocation, 265

Garrick (David), letter to Lady Denbigh, 450
Wills (Chief Baron and Judge Edward), 378 Gaslight, a riddle, 188, 277
Fossé (Pierre Thomas du), 131

Gaspar de Navarre, 88

Gaspey (Wm.) on Cumberland auctions, 526

Goodall (Miss) on Theodore Anspacli's tomb, 473
* The Town and Country Magazine," 528

Gookin family, 438
“Forgive, blest shade,” 526

Goose dinners at Michaelmas, 83, 158
Gates (Bernard), tuner of the Regals, 204, 336

Goose tenure, 268, 400, 461
Gazetteer, a geographical dictionary first so named, 25 Gordano, co. Somerset, its meaning, 169
G. (C. H.) on “To keep it in Pimlico," 327

Gordon (James), alias Maps, of Cambridge, 170
Geldart (G. C.) on St. Anthony's sermon, 331, 414 Gospel trees at parish boundaries, 433
Genii, Jin, Genius, Yin, 491

Gostling (Rev. W.), parody on a grammatical line, 244
Genlis (Madame de), visit to North Wales, 86, 134, 297 Grammatical corruptions, 370, 437, 524
George and Blue Boar Inn demolished, 410

Grand Jury, how suinmoned 211
George IV. and his illegitimate offspring, 411, 522; “Grandsire Bob," its author, 496

attacked when Prince of Wales, 9, 36 ; library chair Grape, and sea-side grape, 85, 179
with “ Tain o' Shanter," 69 .

Grass sixteen foot long, 288, 415
George (St.), his heart, 411

Grasshopper and cricket, 491
German princes, list of the mediatised, 230

Gray (Thomas), epigram on Dr. Smith, 268
Germands, playing, 48, 135

Greek and Roman games, 19
Germanus (St.) Life by Constantius, 131

Greek law, modern, 117
G. (F) on Rev. William Jarvis Abdy, 227

Greek phrase in Bp. Blomfield's Glossary, 167, 197
“ Et tu Brute!” Cæsar's deafness, 203

240, 255, 319, 339, 442
Ghost stories and apparitions, 68

Greek pronunciation, 147, 216
G. (H S.) on arms of Bryndley family, 50

Greendale oak at Welbeck, 69
De Veres, Earls of Oxford, 421

Greene (Robert), dramatist, 184
Ford family, 421

Greenhill (Joseph), Sermon on Inoculation, 316
Hoops, crinolines, &c., 357

Greenock, franchise in, 218, 296
Knighting of the sirloin, 472

Greenwich observatory, inscription near, 286
Longevity of the raven, 471

Greenwood (Frederick), his works, 292
Murfyn (Sir Thomas), Lord Mayor, 420

Grenade on the first use of knapsacks, 167
Gib, its derivation, 107

Gresham arms at Ilford, 87, 175
Gibbons (Grinling) family, 352, 423

Greville (Fulke) and Francis his wife, 5, 97
Gibraltar, its proposed cession to Spain, 362

Greyn Court, Kent, its locality, 288
Gichtel (John Geo.), singular relation in his Life, 405 Grime on Abp. McHale on parliamentary elections, 128
Gifford (Admiral James), 472, 528

Eloisa, allusion to, 474
Gifford (Capt. James), 472, 528

Herbert (Lord), translation of “ De Veritate," 170
Gifford (Sir Robert), caricature, 429

Inscription at Dewsbury, 169
Gilbert (Jaines) on early paper-mills, 298

Newspaper folk lore, 358
Newspapers of England, 461

Quarterly Reviews, 316
Giraldi Cintio, his works used by Shakspeare, 374

St. John's Eve custom, 169
G. (J.) on potwalloping franchise, 217

Suspended animation, 239
G. (J. A.) on Charron on Wisdom, 135

Grimm (Jacob), his death, 280
Epitaph on John Addison, 529

Grosart (A. B.) on Thomas Brooks, 228
Fast, a slang word, 158

Devil, illustrations of, 246, 399
“Philomathic Journal,” 339

G. (S. E.) on Irish Union, 432
Pope and Senault, 118

Gt. (A.) on Walsall-legged, 119
Snetlage (Dr. Leonard), 353

Guernsey, governors of, temp. Elizabeth, 456
G. (J. C.) on a cure for rickets, 372

Guildhall chapel registers, 326
Gloucester : Chartulary of the Monastery, 444

Gun, formerly an engine, 208
Gloucester (Eleanor, wife of Humphrey, Duke of ), 296 Gun, the Turkish, in St. James's Park, 30
Glvucester (Humphrey, Duke of), "The Good Duke," Gunpowder in the reign of Richard II., 393
452

Guns, great, 392, 462
Gloucester (William, Earl of), date of bis death, 186, Gundulf (Bp.) and his architecture, 321
248, 300, 380

Guy (John), alderman of Bristol, 498
Gloucestershire songs, 210, 257

Guzzle (Sir Tunbelly), a gouty baronet, 452
Glwysig on Charles Price, alias Patch, 412

G. (W.) on Stubbe's Discovery of a Gaping Gulf, 111
Submerged towns, 402

Gwynn (John), architect, 39
Goat, an emblem of uncleanness, 329
“ God save the King" played in church, 288, 335, 423

H.
Godolphin signifying White Eagle, 56, 95

H. on Congreve of Congreve, 393
Goetie, its derivation, 147

Congreve (Sir Geoffrey), 515
Golden Fleece, escutcheons of the knights on Belgian Sufferers on account of Titus Oates, 373
churches, 169, 233

Vam (Geoffrey), his monument, 434
Goldschmidt (Peter), his works, 447

Hackman (Rev. Mr.), bis execution, 232
Goldsmith Club, Dublin, 17

Hafursfirdi, its locality, 250
Goldsmith (Oliver) and the Hudibrastic couplet, 61; his Hailes (Sir David Dalrymple, Lord), “ Glossary of the
niece, 68

Scotish Language," 225
Gomme (Sir Bernard de), 338

Hailstone (Edw.) on magic mirrors, 180
Gondola, its colour, 88

“Short Rule of Good Lyfe,” its author, 185 .

Hailstone (Edw.) on Yorkshire poets, 112

Heațli (R. C.) on boating proverb, 436
Half-way tree, 268

Incongruous signs, 525
Halkett (S.) on Dr. Leonard Snetlage, 421

Heaton (Wm.) on Robinson of Cambridge, 529
Hall family of Otterburn, 355

Hebrews, authorship of the Epistle to the, 27
Hall (Bp. Joseph), passage in his “Mystery of Godli. Hedingham registers, 430, 505
ness," 250, 438

Heidelberg, partition wall of the church of the Holy
Hall (Joseph), serjeant-at-arms, 6

Spirit, 99, 295
Hall (Mrs.), Shakspeare's daughter, tombstone, 308 Heineken (E. Y.) on old damask patterns, 473
Hall (w.), Gibraltar, on Hall family, 355

Heineken (N. S.) on cold in June, 295
Halstead (Laurence), Keeper of the Records, 187, 295 Inkstand, 418
Hampton, Virginia, monuments at, 353

H. (E. L.) on Arthur and Guinevere, 391
Handasyd (Gen.), biography, 432

Hemans (Felicia), forgeries, 261; anecdote of her bro-
Handasyde of Gains Park, pedigree, 29, 95

ther, 323; her family, 323, 360, 421, 463, 482
Handborough church, inscription, 441, 508

H. (E. N.) on quotation from St. Chrysostom, 381
Harborne (Win.), ambassador to Turkey, 471

Henderson (Sir John), notes for his biography, 224
Harding (Dr. John), Regius Professor of Hebrew at Henning (James) on John Jonston's poem, 163
Oxford, 228, 314

Henry (Prince), son cf James I., post mortem examin-
Hargrove (Jos.) on Cromwell memorial at Dyrham ation, 425
Park, 7

Henry VI. sends a wonderful animal to Ireland, 71
Moore (Tom), his house at Mayfield, 513

Henry VIII. and Queen Katharine, pleadings before the
Obscure Scottish saints, 240

Roman consistory, 270
Peal of twelve bells, 240

Hentzner (Paul), visit to England, 428
Quotation, on a friend, 271

Heraldic queries, 69, 99
Relief for the bewitched, 184

Heraldic: Right to continue arms, 229, 312
Verulain: South Myms, 123

Heraldic visitations in print, 433
Harland (J.) on the post mortem examination of Prince Heraldry, Danish and Norwegian, 473, 528
Henry, 425

Herbert family of Cardiff, 229
Harley (Edward), 2nd Earl of Oxford, library, 286 Herbert (Edward Lord), French edition of "De Veri.
Harper (J. A ) on Ben Jonson and Mrs. Bulstrode, 198 tate," 170
Davenport (John A ), 337

Herbert (George), poems quoted, 165
Harper (J. N.) on “Orbis Sensualium Victus,” 498 Hermentrude on Alicia de Lacy, 94
Harpur (Joseph), LL.D., 190, 278

Dates wanted, 186
Harris family, 410

Explanation of words, 167
Harris (Phæbe), her execution, 4

Female fools, 523
Harrison (Jolin), horologist, 474, 526

Herod the Great, 199
Harrison (Thomas), Vice-Master of Trinity College, Isabel of Gloucester, 187
Cambridge, 228, 380

Norfolk (Thomas Plantagenet, Duke of), his
Harsnet (Abp. Samuel), his will, 3

wives, 70
Hart (Andrew), the Scotch publisher, 408

Nuinismatic queries, 26
Hart (W. H.) on Greyn Court and D. Willard, 289

Quotations, 454
Hartshorne (Wm.), parentage, 128

Sundry queries, 509
Harwood (Ralph), a brewer, 189

Thomas, Earl of Norfolk, 157
Haslam (S. B.), of Zion Chapel, 515

Wives of English princes, 188
Hatherton (Lord), epitaph, 46

Herod the Great, liis life and times, 87; coins, 199, 275
Hawke (Edward, Lord), 56

Herring (Elizabeth), her execution, 4
Hawkins (John), Life of Prince Henry, 425, 523 Hertford Council, A.D. 673, 404
Hawkins (Thos.), servitor of the Queen, 438, 506 Herus Frater on Paston Letters, 271
Hawksmore (Nicholas), architect, 269

Hervey (John Lord), two pamphlets, 474; Memoirs:
Hay (G. J.) on Heath's satirical epigrams, 318

“Duchtich," 265
Hazlitt (W. C.) on an anachronism by an old drama Heward (R.) on Cunninghams, the botanists, 304
tist, 67

Hexham battle, soug on, 39
Bibliograplıical queries, 166

Heyward (Sir Rowland), arms, 89
Charrac, “ De la Sagesse," 48

Heywood (John), epigrammatist, date of his death, 247
Collet (Dr. John), 47

H. (F.) on a ballad, 208
English criticism on Titian, 25

Sigaben and the Manichæans, 169
Greene (Robert), dramatist, 184

Tydides, a satirical print, 129
H. (C.) on “ God save the King" played in church, 288 | H. (F. C.) on bishops' robes, 360
Terrier, its etymology, 300

Christian names, 416
H. (E.) on • Boadicea," a play, 69

Caussin's Entertainments for Lent, 136
Locke and Spinoza 372

Constantine, his monogram, 314, 517
Heane (Major-General James), 48, 115

Court costume of Louis XIII., 277
Hearn and Sancroft families, 147

Eglantine, or sweetbriar, 379
Heath beer in Ireland, 229, 310, 382

Folk Lore: St. Clement's day, 492
Heath (Rev. Geo.), author of “ History of Bristol," 247 | Hedinghain registers, 505
Heath (John), satirical epigrams, 318

Jores family meeting, 524
Heath (Abp. Nicholas), Lundon residence, 449

Longevity of Cardinal Belloy, 107

240

H. (F. C.) on Medal of Luther and Melanchthon, 148 Hopton family, 48, 95, 120
Oates (Titus), sufferers froin, 480

Hopton (Sir Ingram), letter, 127, 255
Oscotian Literary Gazette, 135

Horse loaves, a kind of breaid, 250
Pamphlet, its derivation, 379

Horse-patrol, its first establishment, 74
Piscinæ near rood lofts, 509

Horsey (John) of Somerton, his will, 124
Prayers for the Dead, 277

Horton (W. I. S.) on Albion and her white roses, 274
Primrose, lady's key, 156

Bigot, origin of the word, 137
Quotations wanted, 509

Caxton's first book, 307
Reliable, a modern corruption, 524

Cloudberry, 178
Riddle: Gaslight, 277; Tollbar, 439

Coincidences of birth and death, 256
Roman uses, 172

Crapaud ring, 443
St. Anthony's temptation, 297; Sermon, 331, 462 Death, recovery from apparent, 362
St. Mary of Egypt, painting, 483

Goose tenure, 400
St. Optatus on rebaptism, 55

Postal system, 356
St. Patrick and venomous creatures, 132

Proverb respecting Truth, 137
St. Patrick and the shamrock, 233

Quarterly Reviews, 440
Sundry queries, 509

Regiomontanus, 256
Thynne (William), his will, 439

Rhymes on places, 353
Tom Tiddler's ground, 481

“ To know no more than the Pope of Rome," 318
“ To terrify," a provincialism, 178

Waterloo medals, 11
Translation of St. Cuthbert, 44

Hotchkin (R. C. H.) on Jamaica, 523
“ Virgini Parituræ,” 75

Lassels (Richard), Gent., 516
H. (F. D.) cn Norwich bishops also abbots, 354

Whiting (Abbot), shoeing-horn, 472
H. (G.) of S. on heath beer, 310

Hotten (J. C.) on Berry, or Bury, 401
H. (H.) on Sermon on Vaccination, 59

Jack the Giant Killer, 377
H. (H. G.) on Nicholas Hilliard, 207

Houses submerged, 514
Mise, or Mize, a payment, 208

Howard (Cardinal), lis leaning to the Jansenists, 69
Paper-mill at Fencliften, 226

Howard (Frank) on allusions in Spenser's Faërie Queene,
H. (H. J.) on Mrs. Cokayne, 415

150, 236, 283
H. (H. W.) on Dr. M`Hale on parliamentary elections, Lord Airth's complaints, 186

| Howard (Henry), governor of Malmsbury, 397
H. (I. B.) on Shakspeare's daughter's tombstone, 308 | Howard (J. J.) on merchants' marks, 507
Hibernicus on Brian, king and martyr, 304

Howard (Sir Robert), K.B., 327
Hickes (Mary), executed for witchcraft, 508

Howison (Wm.), author the ballad of Polydore, 11
Higgs (Mr.), “ Reply to liis Merry Arguments," 6 H. (R.) on Sir Thomas Reinington's descendants, 210
Highland love 108 years ago, 370

H. (R. C.) on quotation from Dryden, 211
High Laver, Essex, royal arms in the church, 209, 317 H. (S.) on a letter from Horace Walpole, 284
Hilliard (Nicholas), miniature painter, 207

“Secret History of Europe," 476
Hills (R. H.) on burial of George Lord Jeffreys, 374 H. (T.) on Latin nursery tales, 170
Hit and Hitch, their derivation, 147

I. (T. A.) on supposed ring of Mary Queen of Scots, 396
Hitch, a provincialisın, 147, 363

Hudibrastic couplet, 61, 13+
H. (J.) on Dr. Dee's crystal, 109

Huishi, a local name, 128, 297
History of Fairs, 477

Hughes (T.) on Thomas Aldersey, 437
H. (J. C.) on “ Mitch ke ditch," 326

Wilbraham (Sir Roger), 380
Portrait painters in London, 1745-55, 433 Hume (David), work on “ Scuticisms," 225, 272
Thornton's sign-board exhibition, 307

Hume (Isabel), wife of Rev. Patrick Logan, 167
H. (J. M.) on mossing a barn, 59

Hunter (Joseph), Memoir, 432
Hochfeder (Caspar), printer, 474

Husain (Tafazzul), noticed, 10
Hodgkin (J. E.) on the origin of the word Bigot, 171

Husk (W. H.) on Bunyan's meeting-house, 126
Gib, its derivation, 107

Gates (Bernard), tuner of the regals, 336
Great guns, 392

Mozart in London, 385
Greek proverb, 87, 218

Price, alias Patch (Charles), 525
“ Songe du Vergier," 107

York House, Water-gate, 108
Hogg (James), Ettrick Shepherd, poem, 430

Hutchinson (Mrs.), wife of Colonel, 6
Holland (Joan), second wife of Edmund, Duke of York, Hutchinson (P.) on Bush houses, 200
260, 296

Mutilation of sepulchral monuments, 457
Holyback, its meaning, 247

Paleologus (Theodore), residence, 270
Holy Oak at parish boundaries, 433

Production from a blast-furnace, 217
Hone (Wm.), * House that Jack Built,” 429

Hutton (Matthew), D.D., antiquary 164
Honeymoon, origin of the word, 500

H. (W.) on Backarè, 368
Honywood (Sir Philip), biograplıy, 285

Eels and lainpreys, 249
Honywood (Sir Robert), biograply, 322

Eels, personal or local names derived from, 305
Hook (Theodore), lines on Tom Moore, 128; on pun. Punning, 461
ning, 461, 526

St. Bartholomew's church, Smithfield, 308
Hooper's Etruscan Hyacinth and Flower Vases, 364 Hy. (B.) on armorial bearings, 258
Hoops and crinoline, 85, 238, 260, 277, 357

| Hymn writers, Index of Nanics, 200

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