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well,” 506; advised the EUSTACHIO MANFREDI, son. Femmes courertes, 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-
“ in the day of her visita- Expenditure, Public, increases Fez, sword of, 26.
Fidelity, animal, 140.
custom on Christmas Day,
Extracts, &c. 77, 215, &c. 270, 531.
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;
Billingsgate, Jan. 4, 1809,
Edward VI.'s time were St.
FLACCUS VALERIUS, extracts
from, 77, 80, 81, 220.
Jupiter, account of, 614.
Flamingos, flight of, 396.
Fleas, import of, 470.
FLETCHER, Tue, 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,
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 Gogt, efficacy of blood of, 59;
his adulterous wife, and mar- anciently thougbt to opers
Commentarios Gob and Gobbins, meaning of
GOBARUS, STEPHEN, opinia
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, ased by the Mero-
vingian kings to powder their
Golden legend, extracts frism,
told Cradock his Hermi:
GOMBAULD, Endymion de, es.
“No gin, no king.” 378. 637.
lish expression, 384.
described in an ode upon,
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-
tracts and remarks on, 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-
Herbaldown, near Canterbury,
D'HERBELOT, extracts from,
ter's remark on, 610.
turns to its form to die, 543. Herce, meaning of, 133.
Herctics, Old, had a masonic
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, q. 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.
Ocean, extracts from, 167,
Hindoo Mythology, extracts re-
Epigram, 219, triangular toms of, 435; old families
respected by, 700; invoke
the manes of their ancestors
Marlow's works on, 651; 704.
HOBBES, extracts from, 410,
411.13, 560, 625; on mul.
Hoel, character of, 107.
HOLINSHED, extracts from,174,
Holkham House, description of,
Inundation, The, what so called
in Shropshire, 394.
Irish at Rouen, 62; half-chris-
tened, 74. Irish coward,
the lakes, 534.
Iron Bridge, fall of one, and
Ice-worm, Erasmus had seen the cause, 706.
Iron hot, for warming feet, call.
Irontones, custom of, 169.
Idylls, subjects for, 95. I say, expletive, remark on,
White Horse of Swantowith, immediately preceding one's Isle of Man, custom of, 74.
Islington, benighted state of,
ISODORE, ST., ballad from life
Images for Poetry, 4, &c., 29, ISRAEL, Sweet Singers of, some
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.
Indiu, Capt. W. Bruce's re- JACKSON's Works, extracts,
645, 668-9, 670-1, 673.
Jacula 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
thy sister Leisure, 198. men had a salmon-like in.
their breeding, 639; extra-
195; dead female one sent ing of, 686.
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 ue Jame, 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;
Sword, 67 ; speech of, to the | Kamschatdales, superstitions of,
87; why a passage omitted
Lord's Prayer for, 714.
of, in Aldermanbury Church, Curse of, &c. 12; originally
begun in rhyme, ib.
from, -Sun and sea worship
his works should be col. men-Tribes'fighting,172-3.
Ken, Bishop, Poems, extracts
his filing his teeth to pro- Kendal, custom at, 354.
Keswick, beautiful morning
85; discipline amongst, 390; for, 531.
KNIGHTLEY CHETWOOD, pre.
fixed Dissertation to Dry-
116; account of, 149, &c. Knowledge, imperfection of, in
for the Feast of, 63; disap-Koran, extracts from, 213.
tion in poetry, 322; formed ing story about, 363.
Κράμβη δις θάνατος, coleworts
A Dove, 481.
-himself superintended the Ladders blackened at the siege
Laking, apple • laking, Cum.
LAMBERT, Mr., immense size
Lambs, two, suckled by a pit-
Lammas Day, - St. Peter ad
image of, in Crete, without 121.
Lumprey, pet one of M. Anto-
ny's daughter, 439.
LANDOR, ROBERT, extracts
and Wales,390; conveyances
of, should be registered, to
hinder suits, 667.
David, intended inscription
pling of the World in the Be-
sief of, 41.
the song of, 518.
stake, 192; extract from, on
cloth by Devil's Dust, 610.
to, by Lycurgus, why ? 503.
duce, 396; deleterious effects
saying ? 432.
tracts, and remarks on, 281.
quence that followed from,
mean and disgraceful, 701.
nières robes en vogue, 597.
used in choosing a burgo.
stroyed by, 76; Kalmuc su-
a paralyticcured by, in Mexi-
relied upon, 457.