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Anon. on water-marks, 137

Ansariah and the English, 105
Yankee, its etymology, 126

Anthem in the Mozarabic Missal, 38

Antiquary (Old) on Duke of Suffolk's head, 509
Anonymous Works:-

Apis on W. Benbow, publisher, 329
Abdiel, a Tale of Ammon, 169

“Crimes of the Clergy,” 27
Abduction; or, Adventures of Major Sarnay, 169 “ Desultory reading," 134
Accomplished Tutor, 169

“Ecclesiastical Gallantry," 107
Address to a Young Lady, 169

Hamilton (Lady), 493
Address to the Great, 169

A. (R.) on the title of Esquire, 512
Adventures of Sir Frizzle Pumpkin, and other Archæological Institute, 320, 460, 480
Tales, 169, 219

“Archæological Library,” 149, 337
Autobiography of Jack Ketch, 169

Archæologist on Manor of Norbrith, 87
Beyminstre, 189

Architectural Manual, 320, 438
Britain, a Poom, 250

Argent on Church Registers, 91
Canidia; or, the Witches: a Rhapsody, 350, 399 Heraldic query, 394
Charles Delmer, 169

Signatures of Peers, 313
Charon, a poem, 149, 179

Armour last worn, 268, 318, 357
Christian Economy, 89, 239, 270

Arms, but no crest, 28, 170, 437 ; Fourth Nobility
Commissioner, The, 280, 299

Roll of, 284; borne by ladies, 428, 515
Confessions of Faith, 330

Armytage (G. J.) on Bowles pedigree, 168
Contest of the Twelve Nations, 269, 299

Steevens family, 168
Crimes of the Clergy, 27, 74

Arnott (S.) on mountain sounds, 293
Critical History of England, 8, 97

Artists, medallic, 87
Criticisms on the Bar, 167

Aryan rites, ancient, 442
Curious Book, 429

Ash-trees and horse-shoes, 368
Day after To-morrow, 209, 239

Asheton family, 68
Diary of a Dutiful Son, 250, 299

Asia, visit to its “ seven churches," 440
Earle (Gilbert), Passages from the Life of, 269 Athenæus on meals in ancestral times, 413
Ecclesiastical Gallantry, 107

Atkinson (R.) on William Hogarth, 515
Ernest; or, Political Regeneration, 509

Atmospheric refraction, 228
Father Tom and the Pope, 149, 219

Augustus (Emp.) and Herod, 298, 336, 479
Gain of a Loss, 189, 219

Australian aborigines, their extinction, 159
Gisella, 129

Austria in the 18th century, works on, 169, 255
Heroine, The, 108, 159

“ Austrian Army.” See Siege of Belgrade.
Histoire des Troubles de Hongrie, 74

Authari (King), his wooing, 483
John Gilpin, Latin version of, 429

Automaton chess-player, 36
Last of the Cavaliers, 189, 219

A. (W.) on provincial terms, 147
Lines by W. D., 330

Axon (W. E. A.) on provincial bibliography, 102
Mardochius, a dramatic poem, 330

Hawker (Rev. R. S.), 13
Martyr of Erromanga, 57, 116, 375

Aylesbury family, co. Bucks, 187
Nicholson (Margaret), Posthumous Fragments
of, 269, 299, 339, 459, 519

B
Niebelungenlied, 59

B. on Christian heroism, 310
Notes of a Bookworm, 429

B. (A.) on birds in Drayton's “Polyolbion," 13
Octavia, and other Poems, 129

Titmouse, the long-tailed, 115
Plan for Abolition of Corn Laws, 149

Babington (Gervase), Bp. of Exeter, 188
Political Merriment, 509

Bablakes, a local name, 428
Round Preacher, 450

B. (A. C.) on the Sin-eater, 14
Sabrina Corolla, 269

Bacon (Francis, Baron Verulam) and Shakspeare, 55,
Sailor's Farewell, 509

234
Scribbleomania ; or, the Printer's Devil's Poli. Baddeley (E.) on St. Mary Matfellon, 225
chronicon, 229

Bagshaw (W.) on Downame's “ Conflict,” 250
Searchings of the Heart, 89

Bailey (J. E.) on Charles I.'s vow, 516
Self-Formation, 89, 119, 140

Coleridge (S. T.) in Manchester, 311
Sequel to Don Juan, 489, 519

Gibbon (E.) and Whitaker, 489
Session of the Poets, August, 1866, 367

Macgowan (J.), “Dialogues of Devils," 75
Society; or, the Spring in Town, 189

“Manchester al Mondo," 307
Temporis Filia Veritas, 509

Marvell (Andrew), 467
Things in General, 488

Willan (Ro.), his sermons, 427
Tom Tyler and his Wif, 209

Bailey (Nathan), his dictionaries, 447
Vestiges of Natural History of Creation, 255 Balderdash, its etymology, 228, 274, 478
Visions of the Western Railways, 114, 258, 315 Baldwin family, co. Bucks, 187
Wanderings of a Pilgrim, 89, 119

| Baldwin (G. W.) on Aylesburys and Baldwios of
Witch's Prayer, 149

Bucks, 187
Zena, 189

Balfour (G. W.) on the word Murrain, 33

Ball=Papillon, 409
Ballad literature, 387, 436, 495
Bancroft (Abp. Richard), his birthplace, 84
Banks family, 88
Banks (C. E.) on American dollar mark, 98

Banks family, 88
Banks (Mr.) and his horse Morocco, 375
“ Banquet of the Seven Sages,” 450
Barataria, places so named, 6, 57, 115
Barbé (L.) on Angeston, or Hangest, 457

Church books, 418
De la Lippe (Count Wm.), 449

Marlow's "Faustus,” 388
Barber's shop, forfeits in, 489
Barclay (C.) on “Love’s Pilgrim," 117
Bardsley (C. W.) on Pancake Tuesday, 165
Barnet, Queen Elizabeth's School at, 249
“ Baron of the Court of Exchequer,” 449
Barton (Joseph), Rector of Orpington, 129
Batb, works on, 20, 54, 141, 277
Bath waters in the 16th century, 75, 253
Battle-Axe on Dyke : Ditch, 415
B. (C. E.) on “ Confessions of Faith,” 330

“Miscellanies and Memorable Things,” 188

Scriptures and the law of England, 349
B. (C. 0.) on “ Inferior” and “Superior,” 8
B. (C. T.) on Linley family, 34
B. (D.) on Sir W. Phipps, 410
B. (D. H.) on “Maudlin Flood," 114
Beaconsfield (Lord), erroneous prediction of, 166
Beale (J.) on billiard books, 355

Shakspeariana, 224
Beating the bounds, 365, 517
Beaulands (A. J.) on Briggs family, 449
Beauly Abbey, lines on, 389
Beauly Priory Records, 425
Becket (Thomas à), his parentage, 28, 94, 156, 297
Bede (Cuthbert) on Mr. Bellu, the orator, 448

Charles II., portrait of, 154
“ Charm" of birds, 433
Cocks' brains, 169
Hampden (John), jun., pseudonym, 446
Irish hedge schools, 417
Melrose, «s east oriel” at, 374
Negus family, 255
Norman Cross Barracks, 216, 312
Rushbearings, 459
Saint Rattle Doll Fair, 166
Short-day money, 66
Siddons (Mrs.), 334
“ Think to it," 126
Tintoretto (J. R.), bis daughter, 434
Titmouse, the long-tailed, 195
Townsend MSS., 156
TV and V, the Cockney, 297

Whittlesea Mere, 140
Beef-eater, its etymology, 64, 108, 151, 272, 335
Beef Steak Club, 40
B. (E. J.) on Babington, Bp. of Exeter, 188

Jonson (Ben), 168

Joyce (Col.), 188
Bektashgees and Freemasons, 323, 398, 435, 472,

516
Beljame (A.) on “La Coquette Corrigée," 17

Homonymy, errors caused by, 229

Beljame (A.) on Meguser, its origin, 154
Bell cloth, 97
Bell (“Jocky”), the Chancery barrister, 197, 338,

496
Bell (John Gray), his Tracts on Topography, 78
Bells of St. Dionis Backchurch, 501
Bellu (Mr.), the orator, temp. Elizabeth, 448
Benbow (W.), publisher of “The Crimes of the

Clergy,' 329
Benedictine outfit, 383, 431
“ Bentley Ballads,” their authors, 348
“Berkshire Lady,” 262
Berney family, 329, 434
Beta on the Spectator,” No. 66, 289
B. (F.) on Addison: Dent, 31

Bowes (Miss), Countess of Strathmore, 47, 299

Skinner to Queen Elizabeth, 97
B. (G. H.) on beating the bounds, 518
B. (H. W. B.) on “Commonplace Book to the Bible,"

229
Bianchi and Albati, mediæval sect, 303
Bib. Cur. on books on special subjects, 173, 182, 362
Bib. Cust. on mottoes on book-plates, 427

Libraries, provincial circulating, 452
Bible : Acts ii. 47, “Such as should be saved," 24, 55,

73; Jewish authors on the Old Testament, 27,
221, 269, 351, 479; wine mentioned in, 86, 149 ;
Job xix. 26, “In my flesh shall I see God," 129,
173, 200 ; “Commonplace Book," 229, 356 ;
Travail” and “Travel” in English Bibles, 305,
411, 514 ; an old Latin, 309; Cheke's translation
of St. Matthew, &c., 325; “ Evertit” for “Everrit,"

in Vulg., Luke xv. 8, 498
Bibliography, provincial, 102 ; of Utopias, 458
Biers, ancient, 59
Bikkers (A. V. W.) on “Dutch drawn to the Life,” 488

Halévy, the name, 215

Inkennig=Inwitty=Conscious, 307
Billericay, Essex, origin of the name, 28, 212, 435
Billiards, books on, 103, 124, 144, 164, 355
Bingham (C. W.) on Machine=Conveyance, 236

Wolsey (Card.), presents to, 225
Bingham (John), translator of “ Tactics of Ælian," 15
Biographia Dramatica, continental, 4
Bishop shot as a highwayman, 248
Bishops, their wills, 441
Bisset family, 115
B. (J. E.) on Robert Taylor, 54
B. (J. McC.) on Australian aborigines, 159

Heraldic query, 219

Quarterings, sixteen, 74
B. (J. R.) on T. S. Sirr, 255

Swift (Dean) and Bp. Burnet, 315
B. (K. H.) on women buried at St. Peter's, Rome, 16
B. (K. S.) on Charles Stuart, 458
Black (J. A.) on Instant : Current, 446
Black (W. G.) on Folk-Lore Society, 375

Gibbon's library at Lausanne, 234
“ Man-a-Lost," 18
“ Paradise Lost," three passages in, 391
Prosecutor, public, 117
Sheridan (R. B.), his Begum speech, 18

Thornton (Robert), 6
Blackstone (A. C.) on Fen=Prevent or defend, 98
Blakiston family. See Blaxton,

Blankley family, 427
Blaxton (Rev. Wm.), 31
Blenkinsopp (E. L.) on armour last worn, 268

Caterpillars poisonous, 237
Cecil, the Christian name, 218
Christian heroism, 311
Cuthbertson (Kitty), 18
Fossils, their popular names, 378
Jewish authors, 478
Job xix. 26, 129
Johnson (Dr.), his dictionary, 195
Murray (Lindley), invocation to, 137
New Year's Eve, 458
Oy, Scotch word, 33
Ratch : Wise, 366
Scriptures and the law of England, 477

Tick, not modern slang, 46
Blood relations, 149, 198, 231
Bloody, origin of the vulgar epithet, 20
Blushing in the dark, 145, 295, 437
B. (M. A.) on “Musical critic,” 446
B. (0.) on “ Historie of Philip de Commines," 250

Man with a golden nose, 253
Swedish edit. of Horace, 505

Swedish folk-lore, 423
Boase (F.) on Thomas Miller, 277

Sheriffs of London and Westminster, 295
Boase (G. C.) on New Year's Day superstitions, 26
Boddington (R. S.) on Ball = Papillon, 409

De Hochepied : Porter, 123

Skinner of Dewlish, 329
Bogue (E.) on Tintoretto's daughter, 308
Boileau family name, 389, 435
Boileau (Nicholas) and Henrietta, daughter of

Charles I., 47 .
Bonaparte (Napoleon), his emblem of bees, 7; his

heart, 57
Bone (J. W.) on Architectural Manual, 438

Brome (Richard), his plays, 316
Epitaphs at Lucerne, 82
Napoleon the Grand, 486
Pancake Tuesday, 335

Telegraphic curiosities, 84
Bonville (Alice), died 1426, 67
Bonvyle family, 52, 231
“ Book of Resolucon," 374
Book-binding, woodcut of old, 169, 273
“Book-Hunter, The," 214
Book plates, heraldic, 28 ; handbook of, 36, 76 ;

earliest known, 76, 233; mottoes on, 427; col.

lections of, 435, 515
Books, specialists upon, 4; special collections of, 40,

153, 294 ; the smallest in the world, 79, 118, 253,
298; on special subjects, 110, 173, 182, 254, 276,
362, 437, 473, 476 ; early printed, 133 ; on personal

rames, 443, 433, 502
Books recently published :-

Altar Service of the Church of England, 160
Bacon and Essex, by E. A. Abbot, 439
Bagehot on Depreciation of Silver, 500
Ball's Commentary on the Thirty-Nine Articles,

300
Bell's (Doyne C.) Chapel of St. Peter ad Vincula

in the Tower, 500

Books recently published :

Bicester Poor Law Union, Brief Annals of, 440
Bikkers on Spelling Reform, 480
Brathwaite's Nature's Embassie, 319
Brown on The Great Dionysiak Myth, 179
Burns (R.), Poems selected from Works of, 20
Butler's Atlas of Ancient Geography, 20
Cambridge Tatler, 199
Camden Society : Proceedings against William

Prynne, 300 ; Christ Church Letters, 520
Charters of the Priory of Beauly, 80
Churchyard Literature, 40
Cicero's Oration for S. Roscius Amerinus, 20
Clarke's School Candidates, 179
Copper Coinage, Catalogue of, 40
Cox's Notes on the Churches of Derbyshire, 60
Creasy's First Platform of International Law,

240 ; History of the Ottoman Turks, 380
Creswell on Woman and her Work, 19
Debrett's Peerage and Baronetage, 140
De Imitatione Christi, its Authorship, 439
Delepierre's L'Enfer, 220
Devil, The : his Origin, Greatness, and Deca-

dence, 280
Dieu et mon Droit, by Auguste de Bourbon, 210
Doran (Alban) on Foreign Bodies embedded in

the Tissues, 198
Dryden (John), Select Dramatic Works of, 279
English Dialect Society: Glossaries, Original,

with Additions, 119
Epochs of English History, 419
Erasmus, Bailey's Translation of his Colloquies,

100
Everett's Text-Book of Physics, 419
Fénelon (Abp.), Spiritual Letters of, 259
Fisher's Landbolding in Ireland, 359
Garland's Genesis with Notes, 20, 300, 419
Goldziber's Mythology among the Hebrews, 179
Greenwood's River Terraces, 500
Gruber's Catechism of the Ornaments Rubric, 219
Hall's English Adjectives, 380
Hayter's Notes on the Colony of Victoria, 250
Herrick's Poems, Palgrave's Selection, 500
Homer without a Lexicon, 20
Index Expurgatorius Anglicanus, 419
Jewitt's Half-hours among English Antiquities,

99
Kingsley (Charles), his Letters and Life, 59
Law Magazine and Review, 419
Liber Precum Publicarum Ecclesiæ Anglicane,

480

Longfellow's Poems on Places, 520
Luard on Relations of England and Rome, 240
Medd's Sermons, 230
Meredith's Every-Day Errors of Speech, 140
Metcalfe's Sanitas Sanitatum, 339
Mollison's New Practical Window Gardener, 339
Molyneux’s Reconciliation of Reason and Faith,

300
Monaghan, Shirley's History of the County, 449
Morris's Troubles of our Catholic Forefathers, 20
Mozley's Ruling Ideas, 198
New Quarterly Magazine, 80, 360
Nichols's The Roman Forum, 379
Nineteenth Century, 198, 359

Books recently published :-

Boyd (Juliana) on “Light to,” or “on,” 493
Normans in Europe, 399

Ratch : Wise, 492
Norris's Key to the Four Gospels, 280

Bradford (John), martyr, his father, 249
Ormerod's History of Cheshire, 459

Bradshaw (J.) on “ Paradise Lost,” 391
Peacock's Glossary of Words of Manley and Bradshaw (John), temp. Henry VIII., 350
Corringham, 259

Bradshaw (John), the regicide, his pedigree and
Plunkett's God's Chosen Festival, 160

descendants, 129, 275, 336; and Bury Hall, 25
Poets' Magazine, 160

Brazilian Heralds, 248
Pope (Alexander), Notes on Poems by Earl of Breedon (Simon de), his will, 1368, 404
Orford, 100

Brewer (E. C.) on Scandinavian mythology, 116
Primæval British Metropolis, 20

“'Toad with an R,” 268
Pulpit and Pew, 160

Bridgewater, M.P.s for, 169, 356
Quarterly Review, 80, 340

Brierley (Roger), minister at Grindleton, 38
Rogers's Memorials of Earl of Stirling, 39 Briggs family pedigree, 507
Russia, Savage and Civilized, 179

Briggs family of Norfolk and Yorkshire, 449
Saint Bartholomew's Hospital Reports, 240 Bright (H. A.) on Shelley's “Edipus," 78
Scott (Sir Walter), Genealogical Memoirs of his British Museum, Catalogue of Prints and Drawings,
Family, 260

110
Shakespeare, Cundell's Boudoir, 279

Brito on “Superior ” and “Inferior,” 96
Shakesperean Memorabilia, by J. Jeremiah, 339 Brockenbank, Skyrack, W. R. Yorks, 468
Shall we ever Reach the Pole ? 300

Brod, its etymology, 506
Shelley's Poetical Works, edited by H. B. For- Brodhurst (J. P.) on portraits of Charles II. and
man, 39

Cromwell, 88
Simon de Montfort, Life of, by G. W. Prothero, Brogden (J. E.) on Ely farthings, 256
179

Brome (Richard), expressions in his plays, 167, 238,
Simpson's A Year's Music in St. Paul's Cathedral, 316, 453
300

Bromsgrove, epitaphs at, 205
Smith's Dictionary of Christian Biography, &c., Brown (P. B.) on Farewell family, 427
219

Holt family, 410
Smith's Remarks on Shakespeare, 460

Russell (Thomas), 369
Smith's Tiber and its Tributaries, 339

Brown (w.) on Manleverer, its derivation, 478
Strathpeffer, Sulphur Waters of, by D. Manson, Browne (A. B.) on Spurring=Publication of banns,
320

31
Sussex Archæological Collections, 399

Browne (C. E.) on “Et tu, Brute !” 67
Tegg's The Knot Tied, 419

Meeting, first public, 2
United States, Public Libraries in, 219

Pepys (S.), libel upon, 42
Walford's Tales of our Great Families, 39

Shakspeare (W.) and his family, 287
West on Hospital Organization, 479

Browne (J. McC.) on Harris of Cornworthy Court,
Xenophon's Anabasis of Cyrus, 419

178
Bookworm on an Easter sermon, 227

Browning (Mrs. E. B.), a dissenter, 168, 356
Booth (J.) on Yorkshire dialect, 37

Browning (Robert), “How it strikes a Contem-
Booth (J. T.) on Robert Booth, 288

porary,” 368
Maryland Point, 256

Buchanan (W.) on Henry Ellison, 508
Booth (R.), of Yorkshire and Pennsylvania, 288, 397 Budd (C. O.) on the word Clam, 59
“ Borough Boy," a tavern sign, 28, 114

Budget, as a parliamentary word, 66, 174, 353
Borrajo (J.) on "Tableaux des Mours," 449

Bull, amusing, 125, 171, 396
Borrow, as a prænomen, 508

Bunyan (John), his “ Den,” 245
Bouchier (J.) on Charles Dickens as an editor, 326 Burial, by torchlight, 246, 392, 438 ; in Scots linen,
“Infants in hell,” &c., 512

364
Shelley (P. B.), his place in English literature, 189 Burial custom in Nottinghamshire, 314, 457
Boughten, bought, i.e. not home-made, 115, 375, 418 Burials, testamentary, 47, 114
Boulger (D. C.) on Austria, 169

Burials Bill, custom illustrating, 406
Girdellers of London, 337

Burnet (Bp. Gilbert), Swift on, 244, 315
Stepmothers, 394

“Burnt child dreads the fire," 186
Bower families, 51, 194

Bursill, derivation of the name, 267
Bower (H.) on Bower families, 51

Burton (J. H.) on “ Rodneys," 436
Browning (Mrs.), 356

Bury Hall, Edmonton, 25
Church Registers, 10

Buss (R. W.), lectures on English caricaturists, 138
“ Infants in hell,” 214

Butler (Alban), his pedigree and education, 35
Regicides, their post-mortem decapitation, 238 Butler (Samuel), early illustrated editions of “Hudi.

Thomson (James), “Hymn to the Creator," 9 bras," 8, 71, 119
Bowes (Miss M. E.), Countess of Strathmore, 47, 238, Buz on Rubens's father, 427
299, 418, 498

B. (W.) on “The Berkshire Lady," 262
Bowles family pedigree, 168, 373

Egyptian obelisks, 463
Boyd (Juliana) on books on coins, 36

Implement, old legal word, 37

B. (W. D.) on “Roma Vetus ac Recens,7

C. (G. A.) on Halévy : Meyerbeer, 298
B. (W. E.) on Thomas Miller, 278

Champion of England and his armour, 401
Notley Abbey, 255

Chance (F.) on “To catch a crab,” 38
B (W. J.) on New Year's Eve : Easter Eve, 275

W and Y and the Greek digamma, 43
B. (W.S) on Thomas Miller, 169

Chantrey (Sir Francis), two restored works by, 204
Byron (George Gordon, 6th Lord), inscription on bust Chapman (J. H.) on Mary, Queen of Scots, 50

by Thorwaldsen, 9, 75 ; early editions of “English | Chappell (W.) on portrait of Charles II., 154
Bards and Scotch Reviewers,” 145, 203, 296, 355 ; Scot : Scotland : Scotia, 16
“ Last Days of," by Wm. Parry, 476

Charing Cross Mews, 16
Charles I., his diamond seal, 65; vow at Oxford, 506

Charles II., his “salutiferous drops,” 35; portrait of
C. on Travail : Travel, 514

him at Boscobel House, 88, 154
C. (A.) on anthem in the Mozarabic Missal, 38 “Charm of birds,” 207, 257, 278, 433
Collect for Christmas Day, 15

Charnock (R. S.) on Beef-eater, its etymology, 152
Heraldic query, 76

Billericay, 212
St. Andrew's Day, 76

Brod, its etymology, 506
Cable, first submarine, 214, 254, 299, 318

Coats surname, 276
Caimé, Turkish paper money, 29, 96

Cos lettuce, 159
Calcutta, early printing in, 484

Emblem as a Christian name, 278
Calcuttensis on beating the bounds, 365

Fequest (Youty), 76
Fawkes the conjurer, 157

Fish counters, 79
King and Emperor, 295

Italian works on climate, 449
Portsmouth (Duchess of), 417

Jewish names, 117
Royal George, 489

Rame, in Essex, 139
Scott family, 416

Shakspeariana, 22
Calf-taker, bis duties, 168

Surnames, curious, 26
Callot (J.), etcher, 508

Wales called Letamia, 177
Calls to the Bar, limitation in, 468, 493

Charrington (E.) on De Bures family, 309
Calvary, Mount, its site, 72

Chartley Castle and the Earl of Lincoln, 122
Cambridge authors, 49, 252

Chatterton (B.) on Curtain Theatre : Hoggerston
Camden (William), blunder in Gibson's edit., 85; Manor, 149
corroborated as to accounts of Irisb, 86

Chaucer (Geoffrey), “Purchasyng” and “Enfecte" in
Camels in Egypt, 349, 513

the “Prologue,” 75; suggestion for library and
Campbell (G. M. E.) on “Hawe" in Chaucer, 245 bibliography, 134 ; "Tretys” in the “ Prologue,"
Campbell (Thomas), allusion to Rhodian artist, 327, 456 204, 291 ; " Hawe ” in * The Pardoner's Tale,"
Campkin (H.) on automaton chess-player, 36

245 ; his versification, 346, 416, 453
Prevision, poetical and literary, 24

C. (8. B.) on “ Margaret Nicholson,” 459
Will, rhymed, 64

Meals in ancestral times, 438
Camus (J.) on signs of feelings, 405

Powder Pimperlimpimp, 392
Caraccioli (Prince F.), his body after deatb, 507 C. (H. C.) on fossil bones, 456
Carausius, British sovereign and Emperor, 361, 382, Freemasons and Bektashgees, 323, 435, 472, 516
403, 422

Italian novels, 417
Cardinal, marriage of a, 406

Shakspeariana, 465, 504
Caricature, books on, 110, 173, 276

Cheapside, in old and modern days, 181, 201 ; its
Carlyle (Thomas), essays on Pitt, &c., 68, 117; emen- worthies, 294

dation in passage of " Life of Sterling," 266 Cheke (Sir J.), his translation of St. Matthew, &c., 325
Carminow (Alice). See Bonville.

Chess, played by an automaton, 36; among the
Carpenter family and arms, 208

Malays, 58, 179, 251
Carrosse, its gender, 500

C. (H. G.) on S. T. Coleridge, 366
Carter (Matt.), his “Relation" of the Siege of Col. Loggon (Rev. S.), his MSS., 329
chester, 147

Twitten, its meaning, 518
Castley (Thomas), pamphlet by, 365

Child (Mrs.), the “Berksbire Lady,” 262
“ Catalogue of Books in all Languages," 1806, 367 Childe (Capt. Jonathan), threatened assault on Prince
Catesby epitaph, 288

Albert, 129
Cat-gallas, origin of the word, 148, 237, 435

Children, their acquisition of languages, 328
Cathedral=Unwieldy, clumsy, 106

China, armorial, 108
Cathedrals, wills of their bishops and others, 441 China, list of works relating to, 312
Caxton Celebration, 360, 380

Chinese poetess, 343
Cecil, the Christian name, 56, 218

Chivalry, its pronunciation, 306, 433
Cenci (Beatrice), writings on, 188, 236, 436

Christ (Jesus), mysteries on his Passion, 227, 309
Centenarianism, 425, 446

Christian heroism among lepers, 147, 310
Centenarians in the Augustan age, 86

Christian names : Cecil, 56, 218 ; Agmondesbam, 66,
Ceulen (C. J. van). See Jonson.

236 ; Youty, 76 ; Fruizeannab, 86 ; in Youlgreave
C. (G.) on the smallest books, 298

registers, 126; Emblem, 149, 215, 278; list of
C. (G. A. on De Bures family, 399

unusual, 206, 273, 317, 376, 479 ; dictionary

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