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Colombiade La, extracts from, CRANMER, ABP., said by Ful.
ler to have had an amiable
Craw-fish, discharges its own Dagenham Breach, irruption of
DAGOBERT, his soul fought for,
stances of English, 359. Daltini, or, Irish horsemen, 15.
Cricket-match between married DANBY, WILLIAM, extracts,
ers with one arm and one Dancing, extracts relative to,
388, 415, 434, 566, 604.
Crimes, duty of exposing, 51. Dandies, Cambridge ones, 403.
of the word, 171.
Dareira, or, gnat of the Nile,
thers saw it in every thing, DAVENANT, SIR WILLIAM, re.
marks on, 292; extracts from,
one, 411; caught in Italy DAVIES, HOWEL, Whitefield's
gin of the name, 498. Davy, Sir HUMPHREY, reply
Dead, spirits of, 229; dead,
Crune, or Croon, to bellow like the, extracts relative to, 579,
Cuckoo, stuttering one ? 535. Dead Letter Office, story from,
phalic powder in, 436. Death, the bitterness of, 85;
Adam from his remotest de-
two inches in diameter, 393. count of a sailor's death at
sea, 627; extracts, 542, 544.
the veracity of his adven- of from churchyard, 122.
Deer, wounded, lie on the
rus" for cure, see note, 547.
in the Alps, proud of their a salamander by Marlboro', Delta Scenery, 180.
Demigod's death, effects of,
Cypresses, duration of, 74. Demoniacal possession, 693.
Δήμος Ονείρων, 243.
DENNY, SIR William, his Pe-
lecanisidium, &c. 305.
Dens inusitatæ belluæ, 37.
DERMODY, Thomas, account Newfoundland dog's puppy the Romans, 434; fad of a
inherited its mother's tricks, German princess, 460; way
gone to heaven, story of, ed against Sir William Jones,
363; hunt of wild one, 369; 510.
famished, 370; instinct, 371;
one, 378; the pride of old
due, 195 ; visit to St. An- Romans, 443, 478, 482; af- 142.
Easter - dues, painful story
Dom DANAEL, the destruction about, 359.
Easter-tree, 116; water-tilts,
the sick, 290.
Eaters, great ones, 558.
corrorled the wood the Greeks 612, 620-1; poems, 647-8. to Bernal Diaz, 633.
Doome's-day, Lord Sterlinge's, Ebb Tide, more rapid than the
Edhowain, court or palace of,
tion of in Somersetshire, 424. he took off a tax, 193.
Dramatist's English, extracts EDWARDS, THOMAS, author of
Canons of Criticism, 351.
Edwin Prince, exposure of,
Dreams, extracts relative to, 112.
and ill qualities in society, Drowned persons, Finlanders Eel, skinning of, barbarous
said to recover after two or story of, 356; how one came
three days! 553.
in at a bedroom window,371;
Druids, United Lodges of, ce- story of the man with eels
in his inside, 402; mere so
mark on, 624.
who ? 122.
medicine wholly upon astro-
Charles, his eldest son, usher logical or magical grounds,
Ducking-stool, a legal punish- Elden Hole, 243.
Election trick, 392.
Electricity, cure for agues, 436.
Elephants, majestic bearing of,
Dulness, Triumph of, a poem,
ELIDORE, descent of, 139.
for joy at her succession-
well,” 506; advised the EUSTACHIO MANFREDI, son. Femmes couvertes, remarkable
Fern male, root of, good against
FERRAN GONZALEZ, account
FERRIS, RICHARD, adventure
Evergreens, Christmas, 115. of him and his wherry, 355.
Excrements, eating of, 249. Festivals, Church, remarks on,
Fererfew, Sweet, Matricaria
Suaveolens, medicinal pro-
perties of, 575.
Fidelity, animal, 140.
custom on Christmas. Day,
Fig-dates, i, e, figs, 706.
Gonzalez, a Catalan optician, nets from, 48, 49, 50, 82, 87,
Fingers, art of conversing with
and counting by, 431.
Fire, Defensive, 173.
Faggots, of human bones, 226. Fire-Fly,ominous one, 160,276.
Fish, plan for naturalizing salt.
water ones in ponds, 372;
extraordinary price of, in
Billingsgate, Jan. 4, 1809,
FLACCUS VALERIUS, extracts
from, 77, 80, 81, 220.
Flamen Dialis, or, Priest of
Jupiter, account of, 614.
Flamingos, flight of, 396.
Fleas, import of, 470.
FLETCHER, THE, remarks on,
Floating Island, Welsh one, 76.
Florida, custom there of sacri.
ficing the first-born male,
Florist's Feast at Bethnal
Green in George I.'s time,
FASTOLF, Oath of, 66; bad cha.
racter of him by u. Wind Follies, no christian burial for,
when outlived, 616; hath
eagle's wings, but owl's eyes,
Dutch Prov. 644.
Fonthill, Garrard's description
of to Strafford, 408.
Food, extracts about, 558.
Feet- Metrical, twelve in the Fool, name for, original in
every language, 577 ; origin
FELTHAM, OWEN, extracts of fools- to supply the want
of free society, 420; fools
and wise men, opposed, say. GARCI, FERNANDES, murders Goat, efficacy of blood of, 453;
his adulterous wife, and mar. anciently thought to operate
Commentarios Gob and Gobbins, meaning of,
GOBARUS, STEPHEN, opinion
Gardens, Chinese, 600; in Cas. of, 585.
Gebir, extracts from, 216. Godissours, i. e. jesters, gibers,
stewed, a remedy for palsy, Ghost-cry, The Sailor's, 241. Gold-dust, used by the Mero-
vingian kings to powder their
Golden legend, extracts from,
told Cradock his Hermit
GOMBAULD, Endymion de, ex-
growth, 192; staid thoughts of, gave origin to the cry, Good man, striking remark on,
“No gin, no king." 378. 637.
lish expression, 384.
described in an ode upon,
story of, 356.
Gothic Genius, 259.
Gout, divers fantastic remedies
GOWER, quoted, 146.
GRAHAM, Dr. half knave, half
Gleanings and Anecdotes, Mis- enthusiast, 360.
Grandmother, a man that mar.
Glover, accuracy of as a poet, ried his, 419.
lected by Mrs. Yates for her Graves, RICHARD, why he
benefit, — H. Walpole's re- wrote his Columella, or the
Distressed Anchoret, 618;
GLOVER, JOSEPH, of Keswick, Shenstone might sit for the
born at Watenlath, a native more amiable part of Colu-
285. to his worth and worthiness, GRAY, extracts relative to, 343,
Greeks merry, proverb, 380.
Gnat, poisonous bite of, 497. GREEN, ROBERT, peculiar use
of “ for to do” – “ for be- Plowman v. 3918. Passus | Herb, of Orpheus—that starves
tigers, 160 ; that hates step-
Herbaldoun, near Canterbury,
D'HERBELOT, extracts from,
turns to its form to die, 543. Herce, meaning of, 133.
Heretics, Old, had a masonic
HARVEY's Prose, drunken or way of recognizing each
HARUT and MARUT, 101. Hereditary Qualities, 583.
Hasan Casa, The Seven Songs HERRICK, remarks on, and ex.
tracts from, 303, &c.; no.
vulgarsuperstitions than any
of Music, 568-9, 570-1. HESIOD, extracts from, 220.
story of Kirkman the harp. Huwse, i. e, hals, 9. v. 533. translated into, 713.
ing of the charity children on, 1; hexameters and pen-
at St. Pauls, the most pow. tameters composed by a ta-
Hesham, Abp. of York's at.
pression of the religious
Higgons, Sir Thomas, Cava-
his son, 348.
said to have retired to Steep- rious Discourses, &c. 133-4; HIMILCON, the Carthaginian
journey to the Northern general, story for monodra-
Hindoo Mythology, extracts re-
lative to, 246.
Epigram, 219, triangular toms of, 435; old families
respected by, 700; invoke
the manes of their ancestors
HOBBES, extracts from, 410,
411•13, 560, 625; on mul.
Hoel, character of, 107.
HOLINSHED, extracts from,174,
huper at myn hals.” Piers plant, 463.