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Supplement to the Noles

, with No. 290, July 19, 1879

André (Major John), his portrait, execution, and Anonymous Works :ghost, 7, 31, 477

Mary Magdalen's Complaint, 447 Andrew arms, 289, 336

Miserrimus, 348, 392, 432 Andrews (Genry), almanac maker, 16, 57

More (Hannah), Life of, 486 Angel inn, lines on, 188

Murdered Queen, 469 Anglo-Celt on “House to let," 19

Muse commenc'd Preacher, 169 Anglo-Scotus on Maud, Countess of Clare, 473

National Anecdotes, 259 Coupeland (John de), 284

Notes on i 'ambridgeshire Churches, 239 Johanna of Acre, 304

Ode to Dr. Thomas Percy, 39 Anon. on old Nuremberg ballad, 227

Only for Something to Say, 289, 319 “Bovgge the bere,' 168

Opuscules Poétiques, 66 Centenarian, 426

Palingenesia, the World to Come, 349, 453 Diary of a Yorkshire clergyman, 88

Personal Sketches of Eminent Men, 217 Jacobite, Jewish, 409

Phil Blood's Leap, 329, 359 Manchester parish church, 68

Pilgrimages in London, 209 Anonymous pamphlets connected with Oxford, 423 Practical Philosophy, 103

Remarks on the Tragedy of Hamlet, 229 Anonymous Works :

Reminiscences of a Medical Student, 149, 199 Advice to the Devil, 428

Robert Emmet, 349 Authentic Memoirs of the Countess de Barre, Russian Rites and English Prayers, 229 387

Samson Agonistes; or, History of Samson, 503 Bijou, The, 229

Scenes and Stories, 369 Book, Tbe, 469

Sermons, &c., upon the Plague, 509 Chro de l'Eil de Bau

59, 198

Shakespeare and his Friends, 329, 359, 379 City Mouse and Country Mouse, 60

Specimen of a New Jest Book, 507 Celebs Suited ; or, the Stanley Letters, 388

Swans of Wilton, 229 Cour de Lion and his Horse, 229, 279

Town and Country Mouse, 60 Confessions of an Etonian, 329

Trifles, 429 Confessions of an Old Bachelor, 329, 379

Voice from a Mask, 328
Contention of Death and Love, 329, 359

Walk through Switzerland, 229
Court of England, Authentic Records of, 98, 172 Wanted a Title, a farce, 449
Court of England, Private History of, 98 Anpiel on “Rete Corvil,” its meaning, 57
Cousin Stella, 329, 379

Anti, a game, 228
Death of Archbishop of Paris, 229, 259

Apis on Parthenissa, 387 Death-bed Scenes and Pastoral Conversations, 36 Apperson (G. L.), on Goldsmith's "Deserted Vil. Deil's Reply to Robert Burns, 148, 2:37

lage,” 491 Delmour ; or, the Tale of a Sylphyd, 89

Reynard the Fox," 296 Devil turn'd Hermit, 29

Apuæ, use of the word, 325, 417, 477, Dialogue betwixt a Cittizen and a poore Countrey. Arbeiter, its etymology, 341

Archer family, 403
Distressed State of the Icelanders, 429

Archery, its bibliography, 26
Divine Breathings, 240, 336, 418, 433, 478 Argent on curious Christian names, 77
Dream of the Past; or, Valerian, 428

Mitford (Mary Russell), 357
Enderby, a tragedy, 428

Scotch territorial names, 488 England's Day, a poem, 168, 217

Armour, funeral, 73, 178, 252, 375, 457 Explorers, and other poems, 428

Arms, right to bear, 29, 152, 177, 196, 271, 309, 356, Familiar Quotations, 49, 79, 99, 159, 179

395, 409 ; satirical coat of, 228; on choir stalls in Family of Genius, a comedy, 419

Haarlem Cathedral, 269, 318, 351, 395, 417; Faust, translation of, published in 1842, 89 Nobility” rolls of, 274, 358 Faustur, a poem, with Notes, 329

Army in Ireland, its pay and clothing, temp. ElizaFestival of Wit, 308

beth, 286 Frank Heartwell ; or, Fifty Years Ago, 349 Arrowsmith (Father), his hand, 91, 318 Frenchman and the Rats, 509

Artichoke, Jerusalem, 217 Gaulliad, The, 349

Artifex, its etymology, 341 Heads versus Pockets, a drama, 449

As, its provincial use, 288 Hints to some Church wardens, 248

Asparagus, Dutch way of cutting, 264, 319, 397 History of France, 388

Ass, local names for, 28, 56, 155, 157, 197 Hope Leslie, 329, 359

Assignat de la République Française, 127, 234 Legende of ye Castle at Huntyngdune, 109 Astbury Church, its ancient monuments, 11, 221 Lives of Celebrated Travellers, 259

Astley (J.) on Yateley, Hants, 31 London in the Olden Time, 329, 479

Astrological predictions fulfilled, 85, 207 Lost Brooch, 329, 359

Athill (C. H.) on payments in church porches, 432 Macbeth, a poem, 49

Atkinson (H. J.) on Common Prayer Book, temp. Maid's Revenge, 89

Eliz., 514 Man in the Moon, 288, 416

Prayer Books with royal arms, 119

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Atkyns (Sir Robert), editions of his “Gloucester. B. (W. C.) on Shakspeariada, 22
shire,” 408, 457

Sunflower, 178
Atlas of maps of dioceses of England, 56

Toothache, passages on, 88
Attwell (H) on coach, its derivation, 399

B. (W. E.) on Bayard's Leap, 316
Auster, its derivation, 215

Bolles pedigree, 237
Australian heraldry, 484

B. (W. J.) on pistle for Good Friday, 217
Auvergne : “Bienvenu Auvergnat," 89

Hodgson (F.): W. Gifford, 181
Axon (W. E. A.) on banker poets, 6

B. (W. M.) on “Seeing is believing," 157
Barbary, human sacrifices in, 89

B. (Y.) on burial at night, 474
Bunyan (John), his Bible, 106

Back-board, or monitor, 387
Evil eye in Morocco, 8

Bacon (Montague) on Hudibras,” 7, 30, 57, 298
Hunt (Leigh), his " Reading for Railways," Bariges, simulated Tudor, 39
294

Bailey (J. E.) on Rev. Thomas Brancker, 41, 345
Lovejoy (E. P.), 68

Brough (Wm.), Dean of Gloucester, 233
Manuscripts, method of designating, 305

Church Registers, their publication, 38
Mogador, port of, its captain, 346

Daughter as a surname terminative, 195
Morocco, classics in, 245

Dee and Trithemius's “Steganography,” 401, 422
Norfolk dialect and hymnology, 147

Grace, “God bless us all," &c., 107
Ordeal by hot iron, 225

Howell (James) and his “ Familiar Letters,” 450
Poet, an emigré, 66

Lawrence (President Henry), 501
Salt a protection against evil spirits, 206

Leigh Grammar School : Abp. Cranmer, 83
Scott (Sir W.), letter of, 284

Lunatics in the seventeenth century, 136
Tennyson (A.), his “Confessions of a Sensitive Bailey (Samuel), of Sheffield, his writings, 496
Mind,” 49

Baily (J.) on sting of death, 290
Watts (Wm. Green), 386

Pancbielus, &c., 367
Ayston, bell inscription at, 53

Balcóny or Balcony, 39, 56, 78, 357, 431
Azure, its derivation, 104, 189, 214, 238, 497. Ball family of Barbadoes, arms, 386

Ball Hughes, or Hughes Ball, 296
B. on “ How Lord Nairn was saved,” 9

Ballad, old Nuremburg, 227
B. (B.) on William the “Mamzer,” 35

Ballads, Fletcher's saying about, 148
B. (B. H.) on “ Assistant and Guide to Bath," 107 Ballyspelling Spa in modern days, 368
Brough (W.), Dean of Gloucester, 107

Bancks (Jobn), spelling of his name, 232
B. (C. O.) on Hems, its meaning, 93

Banker poets, 6
B. (C. T.) on Balcony or Balcony, 56

Barbadoes, its registers, 178
Peter-pence, 506

Barbary, human sacrifices in, 89
B. (E.) on Ballad of " William and Margaret,” 468 Barbeau sprig, a china pattern, 353, 377
“Confesional, The," 427

Barbers' shop forfeits, 33
Samosatenians, or Socinians, 48

Bargaining : Prix fixe, 207
B. (E A.) on Fussock : Moke, 197

Barker (Col. John), his relations, 408
Wellingore, its derivation, 493

Barker (John), his diary, 227
B. (E. M.) on style and title, 130

Barker (W. P.) on French prisoners of war, 333
B. (F.) on destruction of Houses of Parliament, 77 Barnbam (J. C.) on portrait by Gaultier, 228
B. (G. F.) on Ralph, its pronunciation, 99

Baronets, designation of their wives, 486
B. (G. F. R.) on Wrest-beer and Kilderkin, 274 Barrow (G. F.) on church goods in Norfolk, 183,
B. (G. G.) on Luther and Cranach, 167

242, 364
B. (G. S.) on Escobarder, French verb, 455

Barrows, ancient, assemblies near, 369, 413
B. (G. W.) on appropriate surnames, 446

Barrymore (" Lady"), her biography, 276
B. (H. A.) on anonymous works, 89

Bartlett (T. E.) on William Bartlett, 329
Mint pasty : Primrose pasty, 49

Bartlett (William) A.B., 1607, 329
Proverbs with changed meanings, 258

Bassi (Laura), professor at Bologna, 8, 75
Sanitarium or Sanatorium, 118

Bates (W.) on blushing in the dark, 131
Sunflower : Clytie, 58, 217

Cyprus : Hogarth's frolic, 149
Viewy, a new word, 178

Erskine (Lord Chancellor), 233
B. (H. W.) on Ribbesford Church, 267

Hone (Nathaniel), 218
B. (J.) on the Gunpowder Plot, 391

Knox (V.), his “Spirit of Despotism," 43
B. (J. E.) on Suisses=Door-porters, 55

Lavater (L.) on ghosts, 71
B. (J. H.) on Elizabeth Blunt, 9

Periwig, its derivation, 152
B. (J. R.) on Dissenting minister a centenarian, 509 Poems on towns and countries, 169
B. (M. M.) on Bolles pedigree, 149

Theology the queen of sciences, 32
Waters or Walters family, 387

Bath, “Stranger's Assistant and Guide to," 107; itas
B. (S. W.) on American clergy, 137

churches, 215
Churchman, natural son of Charles II., 127 Battersea, site of Watney's distillery, 36
B. (W. C.) on William Brough, D.D., 233

Baughan (M. A.) on Henry Andrews, 16
Embezzle, its etymology, 55

Bayard's Leap, South Lincolnshire, 126, 315
President: Precedent, 507

Bazeley (W.) on St. Ives charters, 248

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Beadon (Rev. Canon), a centenarian, 500
Beale (J.) on Bealum in Battle Abbey Roll, 309
Bealum, in Battle Abbey Roll, 309
Beaten silk, its meaning, 324
Beauchamp queries, 347, 436, 477
Beauchamp (S.) on bell customs, 276

Dudley Castle, its siege, 156
Worcestershire expressions, 275

Worcestershire words and terminals, 185
Beaumont family of Folkingham, 16
Beaven (A. B.) on William Shippen, 415
Bede (Cuthbert) on Rev. Henry Christmas, 373

Cucking or ducking stools, 456
Death, sting of, 290
“Fine Roman hand,” 438
Hunt (Leigh), bis “ Reading for Railways,' 168
“Illustrated Family Journal,” 332.
“Legende of ye Castle at Huntyngdune," 169
Leicestershire foxhunting, 156
“ Miserrimus,” its author, 392
Mushrooms growing near the sea, 465
Noising, a provincialism, 506
Persh=Sally-bed, 493
“Pilot that weather'd the Storm,” 157
Russell (John), artist in crayons, 418
“ Sailor's Grave," 453
“Sharpe's London Magazine,” 330
Slad, or Slade, local name, 495
“Smothered in the lode," &c., 117
Tavern signs, 378
Tubbing, a modern practice, 390
Vineyards, English, 256

“ Voice from a Mask," 328
Bedfordshire proverbs, 54
Begging letter, 1542, 404
Belgravia and Tyburnia, 348 ; South Belgravia, 514
Bell, waggonell, 149
Bell inscriptions, 53
Bell (J.) on privileged mills, 410
Bellamy (E.) on “ Dilambergendi Insula," 295
Bellman's proclamation, 98
Bells, pancake, 186; striking after the passing bell,

186, 276
Benn (Rev. R.), of Charlton-upon-Otmoor, 13
Bentley (Richard), publisher, temp. Charles II., 282
Bernhard-Smith (W. J.) on Balcony or Balcony, 39

Dante and the word Lucciola, 358
Juncare, an old custom, 435
Mushrooms growing near the sea, 495

Root=Cat, 337
Bernher (Austin), presented to Southam rectory, 168,

274
Berwick (Edward), pseudonym, 289
Betts (B. R.) on story of a man who sold his soul, 508
Bevitzky (Count) and his library, 448
Bevys : Sir Bevys, winner of the Derby, 449, 493
Bible, translations and meaning of Learning, 22;

Isaiah xxii. 18, 26; Antwerp Polyglot and Wal-
ton's, 187; Isaiahlii. 14, Astonied or Aston.
ished, 188, 257; publication of the Canonical
Books, 209; “La Sainte Bible,” Elzevir, 1669,
409; Morgan's Welsh Bible, 448, 514 ; old Bibles

not in Caxton Exhibition List, 505
Bibliothec. Coll. Owens on old Bibles, 505

Horæ, or Books of Hours, 426

Bibliothecary on James Bowling, 127

Chess-boards, old inscribed, 89
Generation, length of, 255
“Greatest happiness of the greatest number," 247
Knox (V.), his “Spirit of Despotism," 174
Littleton (Adam) and “Condog," 446
“Macbeth," annotated by Rowe, 317
Otway (Thomas), 291
Shelley (P. B.) and Byron, 66

Telephone, M. Soudre's, 386
Bickerton in the “ Oxford Spy,” 172
Bickly (C. H.) on Joan Shakespere, 514
Bicycle battalion, lines on, 346
Bicycle Club, mottoes for, 46, 418
Bierley Hall, Roman remains at, 426
Bigland (Ralph), his "Gloucestershire Collections," 367
Bille (Torben de) on Divining or winchel rod, 157
Bindery= Book binding works, 76, 99, 357
Bingham (C. W.) on MS. of sixteenth century, 464

Moot-hills, 196
Servants' hall forfeits, 236

Somersetshire meteorological notices, 445
Biographical queries, 468
Birch (W.J.) on “Life would be tolerable,” &c., 366

Man is a fool,” &c., 425

Razors, their early use, 384
Bird, ungrateful, 385
Bird (Mr.), sculptor, 126
Birkenhead wreck, poem on, 248
Birmingham Free Library, its destruction by fire, 41
Bishop (Sir A. R.), his Vandunk, 52
Bishops, College of, their designations, 125
Bishops, present of gloves by, 268; their wives, 448
Bishops, suffragan, address and precedence, 67, 194
Black Monday in 1360, 345
Black (W. G.) on Celts and Saxons, 52

Child first carried upstairs, 118
Folk-lore medicine, 454
Milton (J.) and J. R. Green, 165
Orator, its pronunciation, 206
Shakspeariana, 22

Small-pox, treatment of, 76
Blakalyr, its meaning, 487
Blaydes (F. A.), on Boswert, the engraver, 176

Fisher's " Antiquities of Bedfordshire,” 228
Hearse cloth at Dunstable, 246

Marvell (Andrew), 283
Blenkinsopp (E. L.) on Cad, its meaning, 458

Common Prayer Book, temp. Eliz., 514
Ff, initial, in names, 392
Isaiah xxi., 18, 26
Islamism, women under, 477
Manus Christi, 136
Muff=Stupid person, 511
Prayer towards the east, 490
Smollett (T.), his “ Adventures of an Atom," 9
Thistle as the emblem of Scotland, 295
Turnip-stealing, 378
“Upper ten thousand," 174
Whip-top, its antiquity, 36
Whistling, a local habit, 275
Winter, hard, and many berries, 146

Yankee, its meaning, 18
Blooming, a new slang word, 46, 174, 197
Blossoms, or Bossoms, a tavern sign, 18, 278, 377

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Blücher (Marshal), anecdotes of, 147, 428
Blue and Orange Society, 448
Blue Boar, its symbolism, 69, 154
Blunt (Elizabeth). mistress of Henry VIII., 9, 333
Blushing in the dark, 131
Board end, or board's end, an old gamo, 88, 398
Boase (G. C.) on Leicester Silk Buckingham, 244

'Litorary Magnet,” 350
“ Oxford Protestant Magazine," 414
Palingenesia, 349, 453
"Sharpe's London Magazine," 293

Van Amburgh, lion-tamer, 405
Boat adventures in 1590 and 1619, 81
Boileau on satirical coat of arms, 228

“Devil turn'd Hermit,” 29
Kow, or Kowe, for cow, 48
Parliamentary epitomes, whimsical, 476

Suicide, is it peculiar to man? 55
Bolles pedigree, 149, 237
Bonaparte (Napoleon), wreck of the Natalia, 146;

his authorship, 403
Bonifantius (Peter), his biography, 368
Book auction at Dort, 1696, 245
Book-plate, early dated, 446
Book.plates, collectors of, 260
Book-title wanted, 9
Books, their sizes, 440
Books recently published :-

Addis's Elizabethan Echoes, 520
Addy's Memorials of Beauchief Abbey, 80
Agamemnon of Æschylus, by B. H. Kennedy,

359
Arnold's Mixed Essays, 499
Bagford Ballads, Part IV., 320
Barton's Ancient World, &c., 380
Bigelow's Placita Anglo-Normannica, 519
Blew's Law of Organs and Organists, 100
Blunt's Annotated Bible, vol. ii., 280
Brian Boru, a tragedy, 200
Bristol and Gloucestershire Archæo logical

Society's Transactions, vol. ii., 300
British and Irish Press Guide, 340
Bulloch's studieson the Text of shakespeare, 100
Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary,

419
Burke's Historical Portraits, vol. i., 219
Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 199
Burns's Works, vol. v., Prose, 459
Camoens's Lusiads, translated by J. J. Aubertin,

59
Catalogi Codicum Manuscriptorum Bibliothecæ

Budleianæ, 498
Chesterfield's Letters, 400
Clarke's Recollections of Writers, 239
Colenso's Pentateuch and Book of Joshua, part

vii., 100
Collins's The British Birds, 180
Cornwall Royal Institution, Journal of, 180
Court, Household, and Itinerary of Henry II.,

360
Creighton's Life of Duke of Marlborough, 499
Creighton's Shilling History of England, 279
Cruiksbank (George), Critico-Bibliographical

Essay, by W. Bates, 219

Books recently published :

Cussans's History of Hertfordshire, parts xiii. and

xiv., 420 Dante, an essay, by R. W. Church, 159 Debates in the House of Lords, 1624 and 1626,

480 Debrett's House of Commons and Judicial Bench,

220 Debrett's Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage,

160
Dickens's Dictionary of London, 380
Dictionary of English Plant Names, part i., 200,

220, 240
Divine Breathings, 240, 336, 418, 433
Domesday, Key to, 360
Dramatic List, 19
Duncker's History of Antiquity, vol. ii., 439
English Dialect Society : Glossary of Cumber-

land, 40 ; Tusser's Pointes of Good Hus

bandrie, ib.
English Men of Letters, 239, 340, 439
For Days and Years, 100
Florilegium Amantis, 459
Genealogist, vol ii., 1878, 120
Gomme's Index of Municipal Offices, 459
Gosse's Studies in Literature of Northern Enrope,

259
Gwydir Family, History of the, 300
Harvey (William), by R. Willis, 99
Hatton Family, Correspondence of the, 160
Hawker's Poetical Works, 339
Hearn's The Aryan Household, 458
Heine's Prose, Wit, Wisdom and Pathos from, by

J. Snodgrass, 319
Home's Songs of a Wayfarer, 20
Jessopp's Generation of a Norfolk House, 399
Lancashire and Cheshire Historical and Genea-

logical Notes, 180
Library Journal, 360
Locker's Patchwork, 139
Lodge's Peerage and Baronetage, 199
Loftie's Memorials of the Savoy, 279
Magazine of American History, 60
Moore's Columbarium, 380
Müller's Lectures on Origin and Growth of

Religion, 119
New Quarterly Magazine, 120
North's Plutarch, Four Chapters of, 100
Palgrave Family Memorials, 140
Peacock's Index of Royalists, 459
Pindar, by F. D. Morice, 219
Plymtree Church, Chancel Screen of, by T. Mozley,

259
Poets Laureate of England, by W. Hamilton, 79
Pritchett's Gamle Norge, 420
Pryce's Ancient British Church, 379
Quarter Sessions from Elizabeth to Anne, 100
Ramage's Bible Echoes in Ancient Classics, 480
Records of the Past, vol. xi., 299
Reiester Booke of Saynte Denis Backechurch,

439
Rembrandt Van Rhyn, Catalogue of Etched Work

of, by C. H. Middleton, 179 Remembrancia, Analytical Index to, 499 “Restoration” in East Anglia, 500

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Books recently published :

British towns, their legendary origin, 49
Ross's Celebrities of the Yorkshire Wolds, 260 British trackway from London to Chester, 342
Ruskin, Bibliography of, 120

Britten (J.) on Adeste Fideles," 265, 298, 372
St. Bartholomew's Hospital Reports, vol. xiv., 100 Arrowsmith (Father), his hand, 318
St. Hugh of Avalon, Life of, by G. G. Perry, 319 “Devil's nutting bag,” 437
St. John's Gospel in Anglo-Saxon, 220

Paschal candle, 372 Sandys's In the Beginning, 340

Scambling days, 275 Shakespeare's Time, by Edwin Goadby, 140

“Sweet smells the brier," 246 Shropshire Word-Book, by G. F. Jackson, part i., Turke (John), his will, 418 519

Broctuna on Loppard, its meaning, 358 Sussex Archäological Collections, vol. xxxix., 379 Brooke (W.T.) on Bacon op “Hudibras,” 298 Sydney Free Public Library Catalogue, 180

Simpson (D.), his collection of hymns, 75 Tennyson's In Memoriam, Gatty's Key to, 520 Brough (W.), D.D., Dean of Gloucester, his life Tennyson's Lover's Tale, 479

and writings, 107, 233 Thoms's Exceptional Longevity, 499

Brown (J.) on Lavater on ghosts, 72 Thoms's Longevity of Man, 440, 499

Browne (C. E.) on Elizabetban dramatists, 344 Waite's Life of the Duke of Wellington, 100

Shakspeare (W.), early allusions to, 288 Walford's Old and New London, vol. vi., 59 Brushfield (T. N.) on curious Christian names, 58 Walford's Pleasant Days in Pleasant Places, 199 Lothe, its meaning, 468 Walpole's History of England, 39

Bryant (Wm. Cullen), his regulations, 96 ; his Chris. Waltoniana, with Notes by R. H. Shepherd, 299 tian name, 218 Wheatley's What is an Index ? 459

Buckingham (Leicester Silk), bis writings, 214, 295 Wiesner's Youth of Queen Elizabeth, 479 Buffing, its meaning, 308, 398 Booksellers in St. Paul's Churchyard, 93

Builder,” its 1879th number, 140 Bookworm, Old, on Birmingham Free Library, 41 Bull, parisb, 15, 37 “Specimen of a New Jest Book,” 507

Buller (Charles Reginald), his death, 347 Boots, ancient pair of, 24, 75

Bunyan (John), his Bible, 106 ; death of his descenBorlebog (Miss Anne), an aged actress, 28

dant, 125 Bosg=Master, its derivation, 77

Burial at night, 1601, 349, 474 Boston, New England, King's Chapel at, 428

Burnie (R. W.) on “ Peace at any price,” 187 Boston sounded Bawston, 34, 55, 255

Burrowes (R.), D.D., his writings, 143, 214, 254, 277 Boswert (Mr.), the engraver, and his works, 68, 176 Burton, Long, Winston monuments at, 127 Bototourte queries, 367

Burton (J.) on Guy Head, 437 Bouchier (J.) on Dante's voyage of Ulysses, 190; Butler (Henry) of Handley, his descendants, 488 Longfellow's translation, 489

Butler (John), Roman Catholic Bp. of Cork, 8, 31, 69 Generation, length of a, 54

Butler (Samuel), Bacon on Hudibras,” 7, 30, 57, 298 Milton (John) and Vallombrosa, 463

Byron (George Gordon, sixth Lord), “And sayest thou, Story, fearful, 145

Cara ?” 46 ; his religious belief, 66; lines on the Bourchier (William), his wife, 427

Bible attributed to, 147, 175, 253 ; pronunciation Bourras, Confrérie des, their office book, 452

of name, 246, 296, 356; separation from Lady Byron, “ Bovgge the bere,” its meaning, 168, 257

266, 311, 350; and the Castle of Chillon, 487
Bower (9.) on Heane family, 269
“ Lines on an Infant," 365

C. on Landegg family, 336
Bowles (W. L.), “Defence of Public Schools," 447 C. (C.) on Richard Cumberland, 504
Bowling (James), founder of “Leeds Mercury," 127 C. (F. W.) on Practical Philosophy," 103
Bowman (Anne) on “ Lass of Richmond Hill," 52 Wine, altar, 75
Boyd (H. F.) on Princess de Talleyrand, 314

C. (G.) on Francis Eginton, 274
Brady (Sir Maziere), his poetical writings, 135 C. (H.) on South Belgravia, 514
Braham (John), bis “entusymusy,” 8, 30

Kitchen rhyme, 126 Braid, in Shakspeare, 363, 411

C. (H. B.) on Homer : the wrath of Achilles, 102 Brancker (Rev. Thomas), M.A., of Whitegate and C. (H. G.) on lines on the Angel Inn, 188 Macclesfield, 41, 174 ; his lineage, 344

Sbrove Tuesday custom, 97 Brewer (E. C.) on Hycsos in Egypt, 445

C. (H. H.) on Hatts, surname, 466 Saturday and the Royal Family, 317, 379, 475 C. (H. W.) un Bristol electioneering speech, 149 Tennyson (A.) and Elaine, 101

C. (J. A.) on sensitiveness of plants known to the Brewer (Rev. John S.), his death, 160

ancients, 348 Breweries in London, ancient, 228, 273

C. (J. L.) on Heralds' Visitations, 433, 515 Bridal in the seventeenth century, 326

C. (J. M.) on Suffolk MSS., 508 Bride and oak chest story, 387, 458

C. (J. R. S.) on “ Divine Breathings,” 478 Bridger (Charles), his death, 480

Monitor or backboard, 387 Brightwell (D. B.) on Shropshire superstition, 45 C. (N. H.) on colour in the treatment of disease, 166 Waller (E.), bis “Go, lovely Rose," 186

C. (R.) on deaths on or associated with the stage, 42 Bristol Church of England Tract Society, 428 C. (T.) on biographical queries, 468 Bristol electioneering speech, 149, 234

Marsh (John), 48 Bristol Theatre, plays and addresses at, 449

Topham family, 67

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