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Holkham House, description of,
Inundation, The, what so called
in Shropshire, 394.
Irish at Rouen, 62; half-chris-
superstition about, in Wales, and Wordsworth, that is and enchantment of, 75;
the breaking up of the ice in dirty-headed, 171.
the lakes, 534.
Iron Bridge, fall of one, and
Ice-worm, Erasmus had seen the cause, 706.
Iron hot, for warming feet, call.
IDEAS AND STUDIES OF LITE- ed a Damsel, or Nun,-
RARY COMPOSITION, 1, &c. Friar? 434.
Irontones, custom of, 169.
Idylls, subjects for, 95. I say, expletive, remark on,
immediately preceding one's Isle of Man, custom of, 74.
Islington, benighted state of,
IsopORE, Sr., ballad from life
poor crazy people in Edin-
burgh so called themselves
Imitative Talent, as common in 1681, 379.
as creative genius is rare, Itch in the ear, a bad distem-
Independents, said one of their
Jacks, a late invention, 374.
India, Capt. W. Bruce's re- JACKson's Works, extracts,
645, 668-9, 670-1, 673.
Jucula Prudentum, extracts
Indians, North American, ex. from, 674.
tracts relative to, 228-230; Jambu, Jaman, or Rose-apple,
long hair of, 260; aged, good the richest sort of which is
men had a salmon-like in.
upon, 671, 673.
their breeding, 639; extra-
to Dr. Pierce, Dean of Sa- JAMES, ST, explanation of text
Influenza, earliest account of, Japanese Penitents, 42.
Jaundice, The, lice a cure for,
439; recipe of the Jews,
Inoculation, originated in su- Jefr ve Jane, the most cele.
brated Work of Ali, 165, 183.
Inscription, mysterious, 76. capture of, 23 ; sentence of,
Inserenda, curious extracts and trayed her,-insults offered
to her in prison, 25, 56;
told by a Nun, 64; fettered
er-her favourite Saints, 65;
» calls upon
Sword, 67; speech of, to the 'Kamschatdales, superstitions of, of, should be registered, to
of, in Aldermanbury Church, Curse of, &c. 12; originally David, intended inscription
from, -Sun and sea worship pling of the World in the Be.
his works should be col. men -- Tribes’fighting,172-3. | Larks, London supply of, 398.
KEN, Bishop, Poems, extracts the song of, 518.
LATIMER, account of, at the
stake, 192 ; extract from, on
cloth by Devil's Dust, 610.
Keswick, beautiful morning 259.
to, by Lycurgus, why ? 503.
Laurel, Common, introduction
Laziness, in reasoning, 719.
duce, 396; deleterious effects
KNIGHTLEY Cuerwood, pre- of, 407.
fixed Dissertation to Dry: | Leek of a family, Scandinavian
saying ? 432.
for the Feast of, 63; disap- | Koran, extracts from, 213. LEONARDO, LUPERCIO, &c.
from, 268-9, 272.
tracts, and remarks
Letters, revival of, a conse-
Κράμβη δις θάνατος, coleworts quence that followed from,
the knowledge of, look-
ed upon by barbarians as
mean and disgraceful, 701,
Lacteals, how discovered in a Lerites, A.D. 1781. Les der.
nières robes en vogue, 597.
Liberty, remarks on, 685.
Laking, apple - laking, Cam. Lice,cure for the jaundice, 439;
used in choosing a burgo.
Lie, a, 678, 680.
Lambs, two, suckled by a pit- Lightning, Welsh · Town de-
stroyed by, 76; Kalmuc su.
Lammas Day, -- St. Peter ad perstition of, 87; Bells, no
a paralyticcured by, in Mexi.
Lamprey, pet one of M. Anto.
LIGHTFOOT, sayings of, 450,
LANDOR, ROBERT, extracts
Lights, feast of, 121.
Lands, extent of, in England Lily, his similies not to be
and Wales, 390; conveyances relied upon, 457.
Lime, two kinds of, in the neigh. | Mackerel, their food, 401. Marathon, sounds on the plain
marks on, 470-1, 482; poli- MARGARET, ST., 69.
Madoc, notes for, 15; parti- MARIATALE, account of, in
culars relative to, 45 ; sketch Hindoo mythology; 253.
Marine, on board the Royal
George, story of, for ballad.
Marriage Act, proof of the ne
94; verses of, applicable to
cessity of, 396; ill effect of,
Marriage, extracts relative to,
598, 605; better a relative
tesque, story for, 193.
marry than a friend, why?
614; saying of Plymouth
sailors about, 363, 563.
Magnus, St. his dance, 138.
Marriage upportionment, Mar.
tin Heemskerke's 239.
Magpie, or Magety Pie, a des Martinist, lodge of at Avignon,
London without one ? 356.
MAINTENON's, M. Letters, ex- MAROLLE of Stalimine, story
MARVELL, ANDREW, lines on
Charles I.'s death, 635.
Mary, Queen, the days of,
sketch of, poem, 190.
MASCARENHA, ANDRE DA SIL.
VA, and Bras GARCIA, 629,
tom if one dies at sea, 375; 630.
astonishment of a prince of
Masonry, curious trial about,
374; derived from the Tem.
plars ? 383.
Mason, the poet, notes and ex.
tracts relative to, 294-296;
295; last book of the Garden
miserably bad, 296.
Idololatria Debellata, 627.
MASSENGER,extracts from, and
Mun, condition since the fall, remarks on, 331, 473.
Mass, horrors of, 674.
Mast, reflection of on a river at
evening, one of the most
beautiful images Southey
ever saw, 201, hollow iron
not identify Madoc with,-
Mastiff, Lyly's derivation of
the word, 301.
Manners, corruption of, 678; Materialism, 595.
Mathematics, and absence of
mind running in a family,
lon, book of obtained by 713.
Mathraral, 54, 57.
provisions are dear, 667. extracts from, 124, 138.
MATTHEW OF Paris, extracts
from, 130, 131.
MAUNDEVILLE, extracts from, Minehead, account of, and of the on English places of worship,
survived, saying of South,
Mirror of Magistrates, extracts, 640,
Morarian Hymn, extract from,
More, Sir T., no one put to
was chancellor, 664.
butcher, story of, 618.
translation of, 265.
MOALLAKAT, extracts from, Moseley, ruin of, sonneton, 93.
Moss-cups, specific for hooping
Mob, the, Sheridan's opinion cough, 548.
Mother, one at the age of sixty.
Mourning Ale, 700.
MOHAMMED, intended poem, Mousell for Melast mus, &c. 714.
account of the image of Ma. chest, 675.
arrival at Medina, 178; 231.
flight of, 224.
MULLER, PETER ERASMUS, his
four distinct minds in man, tiguas, about, 237.
Mummies, Sir T. Browne's re-
on all sides, 674.
Music, what ? 221; power of,
Monkey, the primitive, 96; 243; sign of predestination,
monk and fish mortality, 436; a temper keeper, 472,
effects of, 571.
the kings of France are made Mysteries, 6, 44.
knights at the font when
Mystification, use of, 577.
Mythology, Catholic, 9.
Montargis, battle of, 108.
Numes,extracts relative to, 468,
506, 542-3, 590, 606.
275; women of lay eggs, ac- 643.
cording to Neocles of Croto. Nathan, remark on the name,
the death of Mason, 294; her Negro Slare ut Surinum, of a
strange remarks on Sir Phi- sacred order, story of, 366;
334; saying of H. Walpole's | Neif, u, i.e. a bond woman,
82; customs after meat, 231; Nelly, the blue eyed, lines on,
just, 241; remark of a Moor 635.
Nequity, i.e. no equity. We NORDEN, extracts from, 228, | Ossetes, Caucasian tribe, said to
be under the government of
Ostrich, the intense affection
writings, and remarks on, love for music, without which her egg,” Thalubu, p. 238.
he could not have mastered 7. 120.
Othomucas, one of the rudest of
Norwegian Brothers, in the tor. the Orinois tribes; suppose
themselves descended from a
place of Gower, and Brown
the Pastoral Poet, and Cole.
Nuns, formerly confessed by ridge, 522.
put a stop to owing to their traceable to Hindostan, 259.
curiosity, 432; at Ghent, Ovid wrote Getic verses in La.
amused themselves with tin measure, 346.
Owl, no worshipper of the light,
to Pliny, a cure for a drunk.
Ox-eye, i.e. a silver cup, 425.
O.rford, notes relative to, 425.
nized the Solway Frith with,
Oaths, extracts relative to,591.
tian princess married to, 79.
Obituary Anecdotes, proposed Paciecidos, extracts, 629.
chapter of, 419.
Paddington, curious custom at,
408; the Rev, J. S. Boone
writes me word that it has
been observed within the
memory of persons now live
ing, -and that there is still
an estate called the “Bread
Pages, 151; amusements of,
and ceremony on quitting
shot wounds, 231.
story of, 365.
Palm-tree, 113, 180.
of Elliot's, 402.
the sense of, and Orator llen. Orleans, siege of, 55; from Da- Paper-mill, the first in Eng
land erected by John Speil.
Ossat, CARDINAL DE, 643. for the Evil ? 707.