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Trinity, picture of the, 53, 118

VayTch-silver-hparn, Forfar, its history, 76
“ Triple Plea,” tavern sign and verses, 110

Venabular. pa abbey churches, 349, 378
Tripper, provincialism, 385

Hereford Cathedral, 336
Trissino type, 29, 110

Hospitale Conversorum, 316
Trollope (Anthony), order of his novels, 329, 352

John of Gaunt, 293
Trout, its plural, 366, 416, 474

St. Thomas of Waterings, 295
* True Methodist; or, Christian in Earnest,' MS., St. Winifred's Needle, 335
148

Tumbler=drinking glass, 317
Trumbull (John), artist, 98, 154, 255, 398

Venator on Hunter family, 229
Truro Stannary Court, 329, 391

“Ventre-saint-gris,” oath, its origin, 354
Tuer (A. W.) on Miss Campion, 68

Verbosity, prolix, 107
Samplers, early, 327

Verlucio, its locality, 148, 272, 331, 397
Shagreen, its preparation, 164

Vermuyden (Sir Cornelius), his descendants, 429,
Tumbler=drinking glass, 168, 233, 317

478
Tunstall (Bryan), his will, 167, 212

Vernon on a book-plate, 97
Turk’s Island, in the Bahama Islands, 110, 312

Pym (John), 57
Turnbrigg, timber bridge, Snaith, co. York, 301, Stewart (Charles), 195, 358
339

Vesalius (Andrew), anatomist, 132
Turner surname, its derivation, 67, 218

Veto, royal, 369, 394, 456
Tyndale (William), his translation of the New Testa. Vicar on Bangor, Preston Candover, Hants, 248
ment, 369, 456

Evans (Samuel), rector of Brown Candover,
Type, Trissino, 29, 110

405

Vicars (A.) on Persse family, 93
U

Victoria (Queen), and Robert Owen, 128, 195 ; when
Udal (J. S.) on
Canary bird,” 395

ten years old, 308, 352
Udal (John), his biography, 395, 472

Vienna press and Louis XVI., 324
Udny, not Tolny (A.), vicar of Folkestone, 1631, 285, Violet, the Napoleonic flower, 165, 338
358

Virtues, four cardinal, 385
Ulloa (Alphonso), his 'Life of Emperor Charles V.,' Volckameria, the plant, 300
449

Vole, its etymology, 187, 274, 294, 494
• Universal History,' in twenty volumes, 172
Urian, Christian name, 169, 311

W
Uss or oss, fish-name, 468

| W. on Mount Alvernus, 110

W. (C. C. J.) on “Stilbon,” in Chaucer, 433
V

W. (E.) on “Sacerdotes coronati,” 128
V. (A.) on church brasses, 117

W. (H.) on Will. Crouch, 448
V. (Q.) on Denton MSS., 215

W. (H. A.) on a Salisbury Missal, 56
Grammar, Post Office, 378

W. (J.) on church brasses, 26
Historical MSS. Commission, 106

Poisoning by arsenic, 189
Isham (George), 154

W. (J. F.) on

Wiggin,” 317
Oast, its meaning, 271

W. (W. C.) on “ Hearth hen," 178
Penal laws, 277

Lease, clause in old, 35
“Skirt " of pasture, 268

Slaughter family, 17
Speaking, public, 218

Tithe commutation awards, 8
Veto, royal, 457

Wiggin, its meaning, 153
Wills, Westmoreland, 438

Wroth (Lady Mary), 407
V. (T. T.) on Junius's Letters, 111

Scottiana, 265
V. (W. I. R.) on Oliver Cromwell's hat, 325

Wainewright (Thomas Griffiths), pictures by, 307
'Harrowing of Hell,' 215

Waite (George), dentist, 228, 298
Harvey family, 250

Walcott (F.) on Father Arthur O'Leary, 228
Harvey (William), 150

Waldegrave family of Essex, their arms, 209
Jenner (Dr. Edward), 263

Wales (Edward, Prince of), letter to John Daun ,
Latin play, 277

166
Register and registrar, 234

Wales (James), exhibited portraits, 149
Rudhall (Abraham), 134

Walford (E.) on Barnard family, 411
* True Methodist,' 148

Burial by torchlight, 338, 455
Violet the Napoleonic flower, 165, 338

Copplestone family, 134
Vaccination, Hindoo on, 277, 374

Craggs (James), 396
Valentin (Dr. Louis), letter about Jenner, 263

“ Dimanche de Quasimodo,” 409
Vallance family, 229, 298

Father of the House of Commons, 34
Varillas (Antoine), MS. Italian translation, 468

Flowers on graves, 315
Varnish, how to remove, 428, 477

Glasgow

University mace, 278
Vase, fairy, of the Musgrave family, 125, 176, 376

Golden Rose, 477
Vaughan family, 477

Hernshaw or heron sbav, 224
Vaux (Anne), her family, 29, 136, 175

Kearney family, 292

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Ward (C. A.) on Dr. Abernethy, 307
Long (Walter), 295

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Celtic pronunciation, 247
Old-fashion Farmer's Motives,' 309

Evan, Welsh name, 336
Portraits, medallion, 396

Knowledge, transcendental, 64
Printers' errors, 217

Life, view of, 152
Siddons (Mrs.), her residence in Paddington, Manila, its etymology, 15
471

Preposition followed by clause, 298
Sight, second, 496

Sight, second, 413
Thunderstorm terms, 74

Stewart's Rooms, Piccadilly, 8
Topography, how it is written, 365

Theatrical managers, motto for, 434
Walker (Alexander), his biography, 329

Thunderstorm terms, 74
Walker (George), Bishop of Derry, his family, 52, Time, its course, 96
175

• Universal History,' 172
Walker (R. J.) on Peter Lillye, B.D., 287

Ward (K.) on third Viscount Bourke, 307
Wall : Taking the wall, 113, 195

Brian Boroimhe, 327
Wallace (Sir William), his nationality, 261

Persse family, 7
Wallace-James (J. G.) on Col. Charters, 193

Stewart and Hamilton, 267
Waller (Anne), family and marriage, 55

Vaux (Anne), 136
Waller (Edmund) and Gray, 146

Ward (Nathaniel), 1578–1652, his biography, 216,
Waller (W. F.) on D. Angelo, 213

394
Ballet, rainbow, 286

Ware, lines on its chimes, 69, 172
Brummagem, 106

Warlock and witch, 246
Caraccioli's Chapel, 157

Warp, the verb; 33
Champagne, fine, 396

Warren (C. F. S.) on Rev. Henry Adams, 417
Death, its cause, 275

Christian Year,' 138
Draughts, the game, 257

Fray-bug, its meaning, 493
• Dream of Fair Women,' 16

Jewish sects, 18
Dress in 1784, 196

Longfellow (H. W.), his 'Silent Land,' 14
“Eating poor Jack," 215

Maccabees, Books of, 236
Editors, their reputation, 276

Penal laws, 213
Engendrure, use of the word, 384, 437

St. Michael's Feast, 273
Evan, Welsh name, 479

Strathern earldom, 389
Ey Abbey, 129

Tram, its derivation, 373
Fermor (Arabella), 212

Waterloo, story about, 307
Germ theory of disease, 225

Watts (Dr. Isaac), 327
Hyde Park in 1824, 392

“ Whether or no,” 238
Influenza, its derivation, 335

Water mill, lines on, 7, 116
Jewish humour, 84

Waterings. See St. Thomas of Waterings.
"Johnnies,” 25

Waterloo, story about, 307, 412, 493
Member of Parliament, 496

Watts (Dr. Isaac), first two editions of his 'Hymns,"
Pepys, its pronunciation, 488

327
Philazer, his office, 154

Webb (W.) on Charles II. and the Royal Society,
Pie : Tart, 116

377
Plato on revolutions, 147

Wedding and marriage, their difference, 304, 417
Poets Laureate, 131, 298

Wedding knife, 449
Postil, allusion to, 408

Wedding wreaths, 229, 332, 418
St. James's Square, 16

Week-end, provincialism, 385
Sedan chair, 54, 333

Welch (J. C.) on books written in prison, 172
Shakspeare (W.) and Molière, 11

England, metrical histories of, 152
Tennyson (Lord), his • Crossing the Bar,' 178 Welford (R.) on Furye family, 118
Tobacco at Windsor, 305

Oast, its meaning, 271
Vole, its derivation, 274

“ Thirty days hath September,” 245
Wallinger (Rev. John A.), his biography, 235 Welsh Lord Mayor of London, 261
Wallis (Henry), his painting of Elaine,' 47, Welsh songs, their history and origin, 68, 152
117

Wesley (John) and the microscope, 13, 94
Walnuts and winter, 113

West (G.) on John Wesley and the microscope,
Walpole (Miss Nancy or Charlotte), engraving, 47, 13
72

Westall (William), A.R.A., his marriage, 435
Walter (Rev. Richard) and Anson's "Voyage,' Westminster, Judge Jeffreys's house in Duke Street,
447

161, 201, 243, 263
Walters (R.) on poem by A. Hallam, 57

Westminster Abbey, Shakspeare monument in,
Liston (John), 418

364
Ware bell chimes, 172

Westmoreland wills, 438
Warburton (Bishop William), his 'Shakespear,' 141, Wexford and the Rebellion of '98, 422
203, 262

Weyghte on etymology of oboe, 108

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Whately (Abp.) on the word “ Prisoner,” 6, 152 Woodich-silver-holder, manorial tenant, 149, 256
Wheatley (H. B.) on portraits as book - plates, Woodpecker, poetical reference to, 386
130

Woodstock : • Good Devil of Woodstock,' 168,
Wheel, breaking on, 98

256
66 Whether or no for “whether or not,” 186, 238, Woodville. See Widville.
356

Wootton, Surrey, its history, 488
Whip.dog Day=October 18th, 192

Wordsworth (William), his “ frugal dame," 14; We
Whist, rubber at, 68, 173, 334

are Seven,' 346
Whistler (Frank), painter, 68, 488

Wrangham (Archdeacon) noticed, 241
White (C. A.) on "Crank," 133

Wreaths, wedding, 229, 332, 418
Death, its cause, 275

Wright (W.) on Haymarket Theatre, 6
•Devil of Woodstock,' 256

Theatrical managers, motto for, 106
Golden Rose, 343

Walker (Alexander), 329
Hearts, historic, 276

Wright (W. A.) on its for it, 274
May.Day custom, 427

Writing, on sand, 188, 233 ; rapid, 246
* Rattlin the Reefer,' 73

Wroth money, 366, 457
Threep, the verb, 114

Wroth (Lady Mary), her second husband, 407
Whitechapel bell foundry, 78

Wycombe, High, election of mayor at, 25
Whitechapel needles, 87, 138

Wylie (C.) on John Liston, 418
Whittier (J. G.), verses by, 9, 56
Whyte (W.) on Lord Macaulay, 229

X
Widville (Queen Elizabeth), her mother, 273, X. on bacteriology, 384
413

“ Butchers'-leap,” 368
Wiggin, its meaning, 28, 153, 317

Yeomen, their arms, 48
William of Tyre, his · History of the Crusades’ in X. (Bethel) on French Stonehenge, 92
Latin, 88

X. (P.) on Tennyson's · Crossing the Bar,' 315
Williams (T.) on Hawisia de Ferrers, 497

X. (Z. Y.) on loops for buttons, 227
Green family, 414
Ingulph's Croyland Chronicle,'91

Y
John of Gaunt, 293, 431

Y. on golden bullets, 12
Lloyd (Erasmus), 453
Powell family, 373, 431

Yardley (E.) on ghost miners, 258, 317

Heraldic query, 455, 492
“Salzbery” and “ Sombreset,” 197

Plainness versus beauty, 94
Slaughter family, 75
Vallance family, 298

Shakspeare (W.) and Molière, 170, 318
Wills, enrolled in Court of Husting, 277 ; Westmore. Yates (M.), autograph letter, 428

Yates family, 33
land and Cumberland, 438
Wills (W. A.) on " Ex Africa semper aliquid novi,” Yele, its meaning, 39

Yearn, its origin and meanings, 266, 496
127

Yellow-Knife Indian folk-lore, 303
Wilmshurst (T. B.) on “Fray-bug,” 493
Wilson (R. D.) on thunderstorm terms, 94

Yeomen, their arms, 48
Wilson (W. B. R.) on Chambers's London Journal,' Yetminster, its etymology, 327, 371, 409

Yeomen of the Guard as table servants, 86
234
Wilson (W. E.) on early samplers, 473

Yonge (C. F.) on pottery at Brighton, 43, 61

Yorkshireman on Abbotsford, 151
Windful, quoted, 86

• Garden of the Soul,' 489
Windsor Castle, tobacco at, 305

Highness, Serene, 409
Windy Sheet, Feast of the, 228, 337, 357

Young (J.) on Celtic language, 356
Wing (Tycho), astrologer, 36

Christian Era, 465
Wise (C.) on Dr. Bell's sandbags, 232
Witch and warlock, 246

Italian idiom, 37, 289
Witchcraft in the nineteenth century, 446
Wods : “ High Wods," 145

Z
Woffington (Peg), her almshouses, 128, 216, 278 ; Z. on Decalogue on mediæval diptychs, 8
recantation, 205, 244

Z. (A.) on Zolaesque, new word, 115
Wolferstan (E. P.) on “Uss” or “ Oss," 468

Zolaesque, new word, 54, 115, 213, 411
Wolverine, its wreck, 1855, 409

Zoo= Zoological Society's Gardens, 6, 96, 373
Wood (H.) on “Triple Plea,” 110

Zouch (Henry), B.A., his biography, 125, 198
Wood (R. F.) on “Curation,” 308

Zouch (Thomas), D.D., his biography, 125, 198,
Woodall (W. 0.) on Rebellion of '98, 422

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