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Rusticus on “ As clean as a whistle," 510

Obsolete phrases, 443

“Lass of Richmond Hill,” 362, 489
Rye (Walter) on double acrostics, 408

S.

S. on change of baptismal name, 175

Derbyshire ballads, 526
“ Dying in the last ditch," 316
Emmet family, 376
Old painting, 497
Tennyson's “ Elaine," 464

Winton Domesday, 296
Sabbath not merely a Paritan term, 50, 220
Safa on child wife pew, 138

Curious entry in a parish register, 331
Marriage of George III. or IV., 194
Men's heads covered in church, 137
Proverb: “The rooks left Chipchase," 172
Punding mottoes, 262

Westminster bishopric and suffragan bishops, 258
S. (A. G.) on punning mottoes, 366
St. Andrew, his biography, 279, 345
St. Andrews, Fifeshire, bell inscriptions, 436, 508
St. Augustine, passage in his writings, 497
St. Barbe, a place on board ship, 157, 265
St. Bernard, hymn “ Jesu dulcis memoria," 271; tract

on Conversion, 138, 286
St. Hilary's day, 138, 243
St. Jeron, priest and martyr, 112
St. John, Theophilus, pseud., 397
St. John's Gospel, its authenticity, 13
St. Martin's in the Fields, altar piece, 54
St. Maurice and St. Lazarus, Order of, 64, 206
St. Michael and haberdashery, 418, 490
St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall, 215, 357
St. Molio of the Holy Island, 194, 334, 499
St. Mungo, noticed, 42
St. Patrick, hymn in his praise, 249
St. Paul's Walk, a promenade, 224
St. Salvator's church bell inscriptions, 436, 508
St. Simon Stock, noticed, 58
St. Swithin on “A soul above buttons,” 356

Gab, its derivation, 338
Greek epigram, 509
March pane, its derivation, 345
Meguilp, origin of the name, 491

Simile on translations, 527
St. Th., Philadelphia, on Americanisms, 21

America and caricatures, 23

Phreas or Freas (John), 35
St. Thomas's shrine, Madras, mission to, 36
Salmagundy, a concoction, 242, 266
Salmon, its price in 1486, 116
Salmon (Dr. Thomas), portrait, 418
“ Salt-bearer," an Econian periodical, 477
Salamanders of the cabalists, 69
Salmon and apprentices, 123
Salstonstall (Wye), noticed, 68
Saltfoot controversy, 241
Samian pottery, 73
Sandford parish, Oxfordslire, 68
Sandilands (Wm.) a relic of Trafalgar, 399, 482
Sands (R. C.) “ Literary Works,” 95

Saudtoft French register, 153
Sandwich men in London, 330
Sanet on Sir Isaac Newton, 116
Sanhedrim, its derivation, 478, 527
Sandys of Ombersley, arms, 430
Sardinian stone, its medical virtues, 117
Sasines, its derivation, 39
Savoy arms, 81, 282
Savoy (Charles Emmanuel II. Duke of), his Duchess

Regent, 76, 125
Saxton (Christopher), his maps, 48
S. (B. E.) on William Preston, 47
Scandinavian literature, 378
Scharf (George) on Westminster portrait of Richard IL

Wrilps (Wick), pictor, 31
Schin on advertising, its history, 178

Betting in ancient times, 119
Jorio (Andrea di), pamphlet, 301
Portrait of the Earl of Auckland, 343
Panning mottoes, 145
Quotation from Homer, 24
- Stricken in years," 64

Teague,” an Irish name, 347
Scipio and Lælius playing at ducks and drakes, 139
Sciscitator on “Merry pin," and calender, 420

“ Not lost, but gone before," 163
Scot, a local prefix, 12, 86, 155, 239, 283, 345
Scotch colony of Darien, 398, 469
Scotch Jacobite letters, 309
Scotland, elections in 1722, 52
Scotland, episcopal ordination in 1682, 75, 217
Scotland, history of, 168
Scotland, the Justiciary Court, 25
Scotland, Valuation Rolls, 217
Scoto-Presbyter on layinen preaching, 303

Ordination in Scotland, 303
Scots College at Paris, 314
Scott (F. J.) on Wm. Sandilands, 482
Scott (George Robinson), Advocate, 80, 81, 240
Scott (Rev. Hew), “ Fasti Ecclesiæ Scoticanæ," 273
Scott (Robert) of Bawtrie, 138
Scott (S. D.) on guns and pistols, 187
Scott (Sir Walter) and his literary friends, a print, 457,

528; paper on " Alia Lælia Crispis," 213; transla-

tion of " The Noble Moringer,” 381, 424
Scottish and English money, 315
Scottish church its ancient records, 314;" Fasti Eccle.

siæ Scoticanæ," 273
Scottish episcopacy, 218, 303
Scottish Highlanders in America, 397, 490
Scottish Index Expurgatorius, 37
Scottish people, traits and stories of, 451
Scottish Record Indexes, 212, 263
Scotus on portrait of Sir R. Aiton, 437
Scroggs (Chief Justice), descendants, 378, 468
Scrutator or Sanhedrim, 478
Scudamore (James), “ Homer à la Mode," 297
S. (D.) on “Come, gentle Sleep," &c. 450

Scott (Sir Walter), parody, 511

Scroggs family, 463
S. (E.) on assemblies of birds, 166

Cithern: Rebeck, musical instruinents, 174
Hornsby, (Dr. Thomas), 295
Seaforth (Earl of), biography, 236

Wills, country registries of, 418
Seaford church, sepulchral relics, 379, 490

Seaforth (Wm. fifth Earl of) biography, 236

Shaksperiana:-
Seabam church, dial inscription, 33

King Henry IV., First Part, Act I. sc. 2: “Lincoln-
Seal, mediæval, 469

shire bagpipe," 171
Sealing the stone, Matt. xxvii. 66, 478, 527

King John, Act V. sc. 2 : “ Your nation's crow,"
Sealing-wax reproduced, 27

251
Search (John), pseud., i. e. Abp. Whately, 325, 429, 464, King Lear, Act II. sc. 2: “Comest to the warm
511

sun," 413, 463; Act II. sc. 4; “Strike her
Sebastian on the Chevalier D’Assas, 34

young bories," 251
Fisher (Thomas), M.D. 143

Merry Wives of Windsor, Act I. sc. 1: “Dozen
Lord Lieutenant's chaplains, 107

white luces," 349, 461; Act II. sc. 2, " Will
Marlborough (Duke of), generals, 85

you go An-heires,” 73
Pallone, a game, 333

Macbeth, Act I. sc. 5: Blanket of the dark,” 505
Princess Amelia, 259

Much Ado about Nothing, Act II. sc. 1: “I am
Tatton (Lieat.-Gen. Williamn), 243

sun burnt," 413
Wood (Sir Jaines), regiment, 411

Richard III., Act I. sc. 2: “ key cold figure," 171
Seddon family, 291

Romeo and Juliet, Act IV. sc. 5: “Changed our
Sedgwick (D.), on Thomas Olivers's hymn, 184

wedding cheer to a funeral feast," 32, 124
Segar (Sir William), portrait, 430

Tempest, Act I. sc. 1: “A plague upon this howl.
S. (E. J.) on Colonel John Burch, 436

ing,” 251; Act I. sc. 2: “ Mediterranean flote,"
S. (E. L.) on contributors to Dodsley's poems, 172

171
Conjugal misunderstanding, 242

Twelfth Night, Act I. sc. 5: “And for turning
Harding (Clement), epitaph, 311

away, let summer bear it," 252
Prophecy by Regiomontanus, 475

Winter's Tale, Act II. sc. 1: “I would land dann
Parsley=field-grass, 430

him," 435
Segar (Sir William), portrait, 430

Shank's nag, proverbial saying, 365
Urban (Sylvanus), descendant, 416

Sharp (William) surgeon, 497
Senescens on Hamlet with the part of Hamlet omitted, Shaving at crossing the line, 177, 324
518

Shaw (J. B.) on the use of the word Jolly, 161
Herb pudding, 477

Virgil and singing of birds, 411
“ To give the cold shoulder,” 498

Sheffield (John), nonconformist minister, 401
Senex on Beaufoy family, 215

Shell, a musical instrument, 128
Chaplains to archbishops and bishops, 203 Shelley (P. B), “ Adonais,” 44, 106, 163, 265, 343
Peers' residences in 1689, 266

Reading in “ The Cloud,” 311, 428;
Rome pronounced room, 26

“Sensitive Plant,” 397, 469
Sergeant-major, his duties, 446, 501

Shem on angels of the churches, 207
Sergison family, 379

Sherborne Abbey, Card. Wolsey's bell, 479
Serres (Olivia), writings, 11, 111, 131, 196, 352 Sheriff, position of the High, 398
Servants' tea and sugar, 192

Sheriffs' pillars, 137
Setons, Earls of Winton, 151

Shirley (E. P.) on peers' residences, 109, 365
Sever (Dr. Henry), Warden of Merton College, 520 Shore used for sewer, 397, 448, 491
Seville cathedral, dancing before the altar, 132, 207, 244 Shorter (Katherine), parentage, 496

S. (H. P.) on Gibbon's library, 39
S. (F. M.) on Edinburgh occurrences in 1688, 96 Shrewsbury Grammar School, plays at, 354
“ Fasti Ecclesiæ Scoticanæ," 273

Shrupp (John) on the meaning of Menmath, 244
Macaulay (Archibald), Lord Provost, 55

Sibbes (Richard), collected Works, 471
Ibor gh’s generals, 185

Siberia, its aborigines, 332
Ordinations in Scotland in 1682, 75

Sibylline oracles, 144
“ Penny Magazine,” reprinted articles, 194

Sicilian heraldic eagle, 215
Picture cleaning, 77

Sieve and riddle the same article, 459
Valuation Rolls, Scotland, 217

Sikes (J. C.) on Arthur Warwick, 57
S. (F. R.) on positions in sleeping, 365

Silkworms, MS. treatise on, 457
Vondel's poetry, 428

Simile of translations, 266, 527
Shadwell (Thomas), poet laureate, 174

Simmonds (Mary) on the Needle's eye, 254
Shakspeare (William), designated “ Sweet Shakspeare” | Simpson (Edward), forger of antiquities, 310, 365

in “ Polymanteia,” 401; portrait, 332; Bible trans Sirbonian Bog, 356
lation used by him, 12; letter of Thomas Lucy of Sisyphus on Wedderburn and Franklin, 12
Charlcot, 349; Earl of Leicester's players, 350; song S. (J.) on coffins at Charlotte Town, 214
on his mulberry tree, 315; illustrated by Massinger Stuarts of Bute, 458
and Field, 433

S. (J.) Birmingham, on Catchem's End, 294

S. (J.) Stratford, on “ Corruptio optimi pessima," 267
Shaksperiana:-

Skeat (W. W.) on “ Atone,” 403
Hamlet: Act III. sc. 4: "House the Devil," 22, Bernar, a dog-keeper, 191
383

Charm, a chorus, 382
Hamlet with the part of Hamlet omitted, 518

Christ-cross row, 352
Julius Cæsar, Act II. sc. 1: "For if thou path Callabre, its meaning, 144
thy native semblance on," 251

Christmas Day poem, 7

451

Skeat (W. W.) on Cockneyism, early, 84

Songs and Ballads: -
Derivation of Caress, 504

Glen (Capt.), “ Unhappy Voyage," 419, 493
Dutch and other languages, 25

Gluggity Glug, 76, 327
Early English Text Society, 264

I saw a ship sailing on the sea, 4+1
English without articles, 52

Joe the Marine, 356
Gab: Rockstaff, 337

Johnnie Dowie's Ale, 77
Grithin, origin of the wo.J, 504

Lament for the Loss of." The Union," 419
Honi, its derivation, 481

Lass of Richmond Hill, 343, 362, 386, 445, 469
Kell Well, its meaning, 24

Marseillais Hymn, 36, 79
Key-cold, examples of its use, 171

Peaceful slumbering on the ocean, 315
Levesell, its derivation, 284

Sea-fight between Captain Ward and the Rainbow,
Liveing, its meaning, 286

419
Langland (William de), early poet, 236

Shenkin: “Of a noble race was Shenkin," 316,
Luther's distich, 449

348, 451
Obsolete phrases, 444

Shakspeare's mulberry tree, 315
Pictures, two-faced, 346

Sir Aage, 185
Proverbs: “ As dead as a door nail," 173, 361

Sir Andrew's Dream, 332, 447
Putting a man under the pot, 277

Tales of Terror, 303
St. Andrew's bell inscription, 508

The Caledonian Huni's Delight, 158
St. Michael and haberdastiery, 490

The Dead Men of Perth, 185, 246, 408, 424
Shore for sewer, 491

The Noble Moringer, 381, 425
Skinner (Augustine), regicide, 478, 526

The Two Drovers, 36
Skinner (Cyriack) and John Milton, 12, 48, 98

When Adam was laid in soft slumber, 96, 143,
Skinner (W'm.), mayor of Hull, 98

163, 287, 392
Slade fainilies, 77, 203; derivation of the name, 346, Woman and the Poor Scholar, 395

Ye Banks and Braes o’ bonnie Doon, 158, 321
Slate=to abuse, 520

" Sorrel,” couplet on, 393
Sleeping, positions in, 125, 224, 365

Sotheran (Charles) on Liddell family, 404
Sleford (Rev. John), Canon of Ripon, his brass, 520

Thomas Southern, 216
Sleigh (John) on the execution of Louis XVI., 396 Southern (Thomas), biography, 216, 326, 450
Slick (Sam) on an old clock, 256

Southey (Robert), paper on Win. Chamberlayne, 393
Slingsby (Sir Henry), iomb, 53, 183

Sovereigns of Queen Victoria with figures, 497
S. (M. G.) on MSS. belonging to Queen Margaret, 35 Sp. on extraordinary assemblage of birds, 10, 361
Smith (George) nonjuror, anonymous works, 254

Browning (Elizabeth Barrett), 477
Smith (J. H.) on rush rings, 226

De Ros, or Roos, family, 193
Smith (Capt. John), ballads on him, 399, 441

Eagle of Sicily, 215
Smith (Sir Michael), marriage, 410

Egyptian art, &c. 391
Smith (W. J. B.) on an ancient chapel, 47

Inscriptions on old pictures, 233
Dancing before the high altar, 244

Leslie family, 498
Dante query, 62

Parsley used at funerals, 3!2
Foreign orders of knighthood, 141

O'Shee coat armorial, 494
Rust removed from metals, 344

National music, 293
Sword, notice of a remarkable one, 51

Reason or instinct in cats, 204
Wheel lock pistols, 388

Thumb biting, 204
Smollett (Tobias), allusion in “ Humplirey Clinker," Willow pattern, 406
353, 491

Walsh of Castle Hoel, 495
Smyth (Miles), paraphrase of the Psalms, 420 S. (P. A.) cn Queen Charlotte and Chev. D'Eon, 286
S. (O.) on Judge Crawley, 177

Poets remembering their youth, 343
Society for Constitutional Information, 478

Priestley (Dr.) destruction of his library, 188
Sode, to boil, explained, 499

Spain and England, Negotiations between, 188
Sodam, at Bilston, 493

Spal. on Penn family, 125
Soho, registry book of the Greek charcb, 157

Spalding priory seal, 194, 307, 485
Somerset (Abbot) of Bristol monastery, 153

Spanish dramatists, 289
Somerset family, its origin, 497

Spanish reverence for buman life, 233

Spanish saying: " Adevino de Valderas," 490
Songs and Ballads :-

Speidell (Rev. T.), “ Love in a Cowl,” 297
A jelly fat friar loved liquor good store, 76, 327 Spelman's neep, 257, 426
Behold this fair goblet, &c., 315

Spenser (Edmund) and Turberville, 418
British Grenadiers, 419

Spenser Society formed, 308
Caledonian hunt's delight, 158, 321, 487

Spottiswoode family motto, 485
Come take out the lasses, 332

S. (R. B.) on burning of the Jesuits' books, 85
Danger of Love, or, the Unhappy Miden of Cheap. s. (S. D.) on William Balcon be, 327
side, 150

Scott (Robert), of Bawtrie, 138
Derbyshire ballads, 454

S. (S. F.) on Edward VI.'s commissioners, 400
Dutch ballad, 19, 205

S. (T.) on Dante query, 137
Gipsies' song, 454

Stafford, Talbot, &c., a deed, 13

Stairs: “A pair of Stairs," 45, 46, 124, 127, 207, | Tannock (Mr.), portrait-painter, 344
327, 466, 486

Tatton (Lieut.-Gen. William), 185, 243
Standerwick (J. W.) on peers' residences, 22+

Taxiaxi of the Isle of Man, 259
Stanley (Dr. Nicholas), noticed, 399

Taylor (H. W. S.) on Armitage, 391
Star Chamber, Lord Coke's opinions of, 10, 162

Darwell (Rev. John), 409
Starlings, battle of, at Cork, 106, 220

Death by guillotine, 411
Stars, falling, 32, 48, 164

Liddell family, 404
Steelyard, Dowgate Wharf, 332

Mulltrooshill, 388
Sterborough Castle in Surrey, 314

Taylor (John), author of "Monsieur Tonson," 348
Stewardson (T.), jun., on Win. Penn, 275

T. (C.) on bowing to the quarterdeck, 77
Spelman's neep, 257

House of Keys: Taxiaxi, 259
Washington (Pres.), religious opinions, 43

T. (C. E.) on “ Tales of Terror," 303
Whittle, its meaning, 247

T. (C. P.) on “Conspicuous for his absence," 438
Stewart family of Athol, 277

Teague, an Irish name, 296, 317, 448
S. (T. G.) on Lord Provosts of Edinburg!ı, 163 Temperance stanzas, 113
Pinkerton's Correspondence, 165, 264

Temple (Earl), caricatured, 77
Robertson (George), his works, 81

Templeton (James), “ The Shipwrecked Lovers,” 175
Scottish records, 264

Tenebræ, office of, 501
Stilton, Hunts, discovery of stone coffins, 129, 281 Tennent (Sir J. E.) on Bonaparte's family name, 307
Stone in keystone, 257, 383

Tennyson (Alired), burial place of Elaine, and I scality
Stonor family, 116, 183, 286, 335

of Camelot, 215, 336, 464
Stool-ball, a game,
457

Tetté or Tet, a local name, 399
Story, an old one revived, 370

Tewars on Munk's “Roll of Physicians," 96
Stourbridge fair, 443, 512

T. (G. D.) on French topography, 127
Stradling (Sir Thomas) of St. Donet's Castle, 153 T. (G. F.) on wooden liorse punishment, 97
Stranger derived from E, 295, 431

Thanks: thank you, 66, 326
Stuart family of Bute, 458

Theatre, the first in New South Wales, 476
Stuart papers, their fute, 314

Theatre mottoes, 73
Stuart (Charles Edward), grandson of James II., por T. (H. H.) on bair standing on end, 409
trait, 503

Thirlby (Thomas), Bishop of Westminster, 258
Suffolk (Wm. De la Pole, 1st Duke of), character, 33 Thomas (Ralph) on Adolphus's “ History of England," 74
Superstitiou in Hungary, 113

Boulton's “ Vindication of History of Magick," 114
Surrey (Henry Howard, Earl of), Poems and Life, 208 British Museum, donations of books, 305
Sussex (Eleanor Wortley, Countess of), portrait, 37

“ Histoire des Diables modernes," 506
Swan marks, works on, 316, 428

Notes and Queries, a suggestion, 293
Swatfal Hall, 378, 463

Notes in books, 292
Swedenborg (Emanuel), arms, 496; “Life and Writ Pantomimes, 225
ings,'" 208

Phillips (Sir Richard), "A Million of Facts," 265
S. (W. H.) on alphabet bells, 322

Plowden (Edmund), lost tract, 184
Christening sermon, 10

Querard's unpublished manuscripts, 475
Hours of divine service and meals temp. James I., 77 “ Robinson Crusoe,” and “ Princess Caraboo,” 374
Inscriptions on Angelus bells, 531

Romilly (Sir S.), “ Duties of Juries," 138; Cata-
Octare days in the English church, 450

logne, 255
Phrases: “Gift of the gab,” &c., 215

St. John, Theophilus, 397
Torches of former times, 97

Search (John), pseud., 429, 464
Swift family, 236

Society for Constitutional Information, 478
Swift (Dick), highwayman, portrait, 117

"Strictures on Lives of Eminent Lawyers," 146)
Swifte (E. L.) on Richard Dean, regicide, 482

“ The Key of Paradise,'' 175
Oidest volunteer, 253

Willan (Thomas), M.D., portrait, 176
“Swindon,” parody on “ Hohenlinden,” 419, 506 Thoms (W. J.) on Queen Charlotte and the Chevalier
Sword, a remarkable one, 51, 164

D'Eon, 209
Sword with the word “ Sahagvm," 296, 431

Halket (Lady Ann), “ Memoirs," 115
S. (W. W.) on the Rev. Wm. Chafiu, 63

Hannah Lightfoot, 89, 110, 131, 218, 484
Potenger (John), Esq., 116

Thomson (George), author of " Collection of Scottish
Synonyms and Antonyms, 532

Songs," 279
Thomson (James), poet, portraits, 415; passage in

“Liberty,” 257, 343, 467
T.

Thorney Abbey, its French register, 353

Thornton (Abraham), trial hy battle, 407, 463
Table-turning noticed by Jeremy Bentham, 97

Throckmorton family of Devonshire, 36
“ Tablet” newspapir, 30

Thumb, popular uses of the word, 204
Tacamahac balsam, 194, 262

Tiedeman (H.) on books for learning Dutch, 205
Talbot (Sir Theodore), noticed, 36

Dutch ballad, 205
Tancred family of Whixley, 124

Emperors of Morocco, 224
Tanfield (Sir Laurence), his wife's namne, 56, 167

French topography, 221
Tangier, works on, 379

Vondel, a Dutch pet, 314

U.
Uneda on Carrion, 447

Dab, its meaning, 448
Dante's mythology, 23
Endeavour as a reflective verb, 448
Hoop petticoats among Quakers, 73
Room, goold, &c., 446

Theatre mottoes, 73
“ Universal News," 31, 155, 265
Uley church, Gloucestershire, its organ, 295, 465
Urban (Sylvanus), descendants, 416
U. (U.) on assemblies of birds, 220

Old story revived, 370

V.

Tiger Club, 150
Tiles and roofs taxed by the Romans, 116, 207
Till (W. J.) on Sir William Brereton, 80

Betting, 365

Edinburgh occurrences, 203
T. (J. E.) on pink typifying excellence, 139
T. (M.) on double acrostic, 203, 408
T. (N. W.) on Bentham's notice of table-turning, 97
Tobacco, bibliography of, 314; allusions to, 99
Tobacco drinking, 324
Todd (Dr. J. H.) on the meaning of Calaber, 225
Togato on Briget Coke, 476
Tollesbury church, Essex, 9.4
Tombstones and their inscriptions, 429, 491, 531
Tomlinson (G. W.) on vessel-cup girls, 144
Tommy-shop explained, 248
Toothache, Gloucestershire cure for it, 233
Tooth sealing, 450, 491, 523
Topsy turvy, its etymology, 77
Torches, how formerly made, 97, 184
Tottenham (H. L.) on Clayton family, 477

Calthorpe (Sir James), marriage, 506
Cusack family, 527, 528
Grey horses in Dublin, 353

Reynolds pedigree, 467
Townley (Charles), visiting card, 254
Townley (Rev. James), “ High Life Below Stairs,"

247
Townsend (G. F.) on the tune of Roger de Coverley,

396
Trafalgar, a relic of, 399, 482
Tragett (George) on church in Portugal, 136

Dancing in churches, 326
France, its religious mysteries, 476
French topography, 10
French proverb, 495

Mosheim's work on the Beguines, 176
Translations and tapestry, 266, 527
Treasure trove at Palestine, 53
Treasury grievance, 454
Trelawny (C. T. C.) on Christopher Collins, 160
Trench (Francis) on anecdote of David Hume, 292

Chevenix (Bishop), portrait, 438

Montezuma's golden cup, 377, 446
Trepolpen (P. W.) on heathen sacrifices, 451

Virgil and singing of birds, 411
Tretane on price of salmon in 1486, 116
Trevelyan (Sir W. C.) on English-French Vocabulary,

330

Scottish elections in 1722, 52
Trimen (Henry) on “ Botanicum Londinense,” 420
Tristis on an unknown sonnet, 478
Trocadéro noticed in “Orlando Furioso," 478
Trouveur (Jean le) on Philip le Beau, 173
T. (R. S.) on De Scurth family, 301
“ Tully's Three Books of Offices," 133
Turberville (Geo.) and Spencer, 418
Turpin (Richard), supposed ride to York, 440, 505
T. (W. H. W.) on male and female births, 300

Scroggs (Chief Justice), 468

Topographical queries, 488
“Twins," a comedy by W. H. B., 442
T. (W. J.) on valentines, 125
Tyler and Heard families, 37
Tyrrell (Ward) on two songs, 315

Valentin (Mr.), quoted, 97
Valentines, their history, 37, 125
Valuation Rolls of Scotland, 217
Vanbrugh Castle, Blackheath, 245
Vane (H. M.) on “ Hambletonian " and " Diamond," 241

Slade (Edward), 203

Weston family, 27
V. (E.) on bows and arrows, 67

Thomson's " Liberty,” 468
Vernon (Francis), “ Oxonium, a Poem," 420
Veronese (Paul), picture formerly at Hampton Court,

354; restoration of one of his portraits, 49
Vertegans family, 458
Vessel-cup girls in Yorkshire, 9, 144
Vicar and Curate, lines on a, 235, 389
Victoria (Queen), sovereigns with figures, 497
Vieux-Dieu, name of a village, 116
Villars (Montfaucon de), “ Count of Gabalis," 69
Ville, its use in composition, 379
Virgil and singing of birds, 314, 411, 451
Visitation throughout England, 1547, 400
V. (M.) on Jacobite verses, 202
Volunteer, the oldest in England, 253, 319
Vondel (Justus van den), poetry, 314, 428
Vowel changes, a, aw, 94, 223, 326, 447, 510, 525
V. (S. P.) on the Duke of Courland, 24

Eglinton tournament, 162
Quartermaster, &c., 446
Richardson (Lady), 83
Skinner family, 526
Stonor family, 286

W.

W. on “ As dead as a door-nail," 324

Dial inscription, 123
Homer, Iliad ix. 313, 123
Horse-chesnut, 123
Mapes (Walter), a Welshman, 298
Mary Queen of Scots at Lochleven, 400, 485

Prior (Matthew), poems, 423
W. (A.) on Parvenche, its derivation, 345

Psalm tunes, 345
Wadmoll, a coarse cloth, 73
W. (A. E.) on Richard Dean, regicide, 417
Wager of battle, the last, 407, 463
Wait (Seth) on Eglinton tournament, 21

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