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well,” 506; advised the EUSTACHIO MANFREDI, son. Femmes courertes, remarkable
House of Commons to prefer net of, 49.

story, 396.
the most weighty matters EUTHYMUS, story of from Pau. FERGUS, murder of, 166.
first, 718.
sanias, 226.

Fern male, root of, good against
Elton, OLIVER, story of, 9. Erangelicals, 603 ; Magazine, tape-worm, 575.
Enamorados de la Pena de los, 410.

FERRAN GONZALEZ, account
83.
EVANS, ABEL, who, 349.

of, 8.
Enchanter, cold blooded, why? EVELYN, JOHN, 348.

FERRIS, RICHARD, adventure
243.

Evergreens, Christmas, 115. of him and his wherry, 355.
Eneorema, what ? 434.

Excrements, eating of, 249. Festivals, Church, remarks on,
England, should be the scene Executioner's Falchion, self-re. 691.
of an Englishman's poem, moval of, 242.

Fererfew, Sweet, Matricaria
ideas relative to-why not Exeter, account of, 522.

Suaveolens, medicinal pro-
attempted, 17; charity of, Exorcism, effect of, 238. perties of, 575.

“ in the day of her visita- Expenditure, Public, increases Fez, sword of, 26.
tion may it be remembered,” wealth, 688.

Fidelity, animal, 140.
20; three names of, 46; EXUPERIUS, St. how sainted, Fiddlers of Ambleside, their
saying of M. de Custine's 675.

custom on Christmas Day,
about, 718.

Extracts, &c. 77, 215, &c. 270, 531.
ENGLISH LITERATURE AND &c.

Fig-dates, i. e, figs, 706,
POETRY, &c. extracts rela- Eyes, artificial, made by Juan FILICAJA VINCENZO DE, Son.
tive to, 279, &c.

Gonzalez, a Catalan optician, nets from, 48, 49, 50, 82, 87,
English, account of, from Mal. 615.

97.
colm's Manners and Customs

Fingers, art of conversing with
of London, 376.

F.

and counting by, 431.
Evtelexeia, Aristotle's use of,

Fire, Defensive, 173.
434, 440.

Faggots, of human bones, 226. Fire-Fly,ominous one, 160,276.
Enthusiasm and Atheism, 689. Fairies, fountain of, 43; tree

Fish, plan for naturalizing salt.
Envy, severely just vice, 626. of at Dompré, 64; Indian's

water ones in ponds, 372;
Epic writers, have usually been name for, 168, 346. Fairy- extraordinary price of, in
deficient in learning, -sug.
rings, 358. Extracts relative

Billingsgate, Jan. 4, 1809,
gestions for epic poems, 11. to Scottish superstition, 529. 387; affection for each other,
Epitaphs, 48, 50-52, 73; on Fairs, the two great ones in 541.
Richard I., Henry II., &c.

Edward VI.'s time were St.

FLACCUS VALERIUS, extracts
134; on Richard II., King James' at Bristol, and Bar-

from, 77, 80, 81, 220.
John, &c. 135; a true one tholomew's in London, 405. Flamborough Head, 161.
at Santarem,633; of Thomas Faithlessness, Indian notion of Flamen Dialis, or, Priest of
Tryon, 634.
European, 236.

Jupiter, account of, 614.
Ergot of Rye, poisonous though Falcon, The Faery, 90.

Flamingos, flight of, 396.
used medicinally, 401. Fame, 605.

Fleas, import of, 470.
Ermesia, ancient prescription, Family Pride, 583.

FLETCHER, Tue, remarks on,
434.
Fancy A, called by Steele a

291.
Escape from drowning at sea, fantasque, 620; where situ-

Floating Island, Welsh one, 76.
extraordinary one, 485. ated, 548.

Florida, custom there of sacri.
ESPINOZA, Nicolas? a galley Farmer, small one, ought not

ficing the first-born male,
slave once ? 635-6.
to keep a pig, 610.

181.
ESPRIELLA, characteristic Eng. Farthing, Queen Anne's, trial

Florist's Feast at Bethnal
lish Anecdotes and Fragments about, 388.
for, 352, &c.; projected con. Fashion, 596.

Green in George I.'s time,

377.
tents of, 419.
FAstolf, Oath of, 66; bad cha-

Follies, no christian burial for,
Esquimaux Female, awe of in racter of him by H. Wind-

when outlived, 616; hath
St. Paul's, 362; saying of in
the streets of London, 516. Fasts and Thanksgivings, in

eagle's wings, but owl's eyes,

Dutch Prov. 644.
Estrella de Venus, &c. 266. New England, 148.
Etymology, perversion of by Fear, a bad guard, 659.

Fonthill, Garrard's description
the Meccans, 225.
FEATLEY, extracts from, 445,

of to Strafford, 408.
Eumenides, awful to name, like 644, 661.

Food, extracts about, 558.
the Fairies, 529.

Feet- Metrical, twelve in the Fool, name for, original in
Euphues, extracts from, 457-9, English language, 1.

every language, 577; origin
680-1.

Feltham, OWEN, extracts of fools- to supply the want
EURONYMUS, who? 227.
from, 81.

of free society, 420; fools

sor, 72.

and wise men, opposed, say. | GARCI, FERNANDES, murders Gogt, efficacy of blood of, 59;
ing of Louis XII.,445 ; every

his adulterous wife, and mar- anciently thougbt to opers
prince should have two, 503. ries the servant who betrayed upon themselves for at
Forest, thoughts for inscription her, 78, 275.

ract, 589.
in, 194.

Garcilasso,

Commentarios Gob and Gobbins, meaning of
Fortitude, a royal virtue, 625. Reales, quotations from, 158, 407.
Fortunate, many, but few blest, &c.

GOBARUS, STEPHEN, opinia
468.

Gardens, Chinese, 600; in Cas. of, 585,
Fountains, Turkish, 74; of tle Ditch at Exeter and Ec-God, easier pleased than man,
Epirus, 240.
cleshall, 523.

625.
Fox, the Martyrologist, his GASCOIGNE, 289; extracts, Godam, “jurement Anglois,"
account of Latimer at the 430.

25.
stake, 192.

Gebir, extracts from, 216. Godissours, i. e. jesters, gibers,
Fox, the Statesman, 195; in. Gems, virtues, of, 46.

318.
scription under bust of, 1b. Genius, Good, fighting, 78. GOFF, THOMAS, extracts from,
For, tamo one, story of, 370; GERALD, Epitaph for, 195. 301.

stewed, a remedy for palsy, Ghost-cry, The Sailor's, 241. Gold-dust, ased by the Mero-
557.
Giants, names of, 606.

vingian kings to powder their
Fox-hunter, story of, 373. Gibbet, health drunk under by heads and beards with, 597.
Francus, etymology of, 70. plunderers, 355.

Golden legend, extracts frism,
Freedom, noble burst relative GIBBON, extracts from, 177.

132, &c.
to in “ The Bruce," 217. Giggleswick, ebbing and flow. GOLDSMITH, O., remarks a-
French Wars, ruinous to the ing well of, 404.

told Cradock his Hermi:
English,56; history, its atro-GILPIN, RICHARD, that slew could not be amended, 343.
cious character, 275; in. the wild boar, 534.

GOMBAULD, Endymion de, es.
stance of their natural gaiety, Gilsland Wells, beauty of, and tracts, 628.
617; the people, great read- romantic story of two boys, Gondibert, extracts from, 648.
ers, 376.
409.

9, 650.
Friendship, should be slow of Gin, attempt to diminish use GONGORA, Al Escorial, 627.
growth, 192 ; staid thoughts of, gave origin to the cry, Good man, striking remark on,

“No gin, no king.” 378. 637.
I'rison Chief, story of, 674. Gipsies, Russian, their skill in Good-nature, a thorough Eng.
Frost, hard one of Jan. 1809, music, 573.

lish expression, 384.
when the rain froze as it GIRALDUS CAMBRENSIS, ex• Gooseberry Pie, lyrical manner
fell, 387.
tracts from, 139.

described in an ode upon,
Fubbs, name of Charles II.'s Glacier, damn'd curious thing, 199; names of, 411.
yacht, 543.
story of, 356.

Gothic Genius, 259.
Fuller, quotations from, 96, Gladiutors, why suppressed, Gough, the loss of, 538.
221, 242; his remarks on

121.

Gout, divers fantastic remedies
Speed, 316, 414-15; his vein Glamorganshire, streams of, 76. for, 556-7.
of wit, 475, 480-1,506-7, 673, GLANVILLE, John, Works of, Government, proper object of,
697, 707.

691.
Funerals, form used at that of Glasses, Musical, 414.

GOWER, quoted, 146.
Greek Emperors, 153; Mexi. Glastonbury waters, virtue of, Grace, Heart of, 299.
can, 154; North American 421.

GRAHAM, DR. half knave, half
Indians, 230.

Gleanings and Anecdotes, Mis. enthusiast, 360.
Furze-podś, crackling of, on a cellaneous, 540, &c.

Grandmother, a man that mar.
hot day, 6.

GLOVER, accuracy of as a poet, ried his, 419.
Futura, i, e. projects for future 11; his Medea usually se- GRANGE, LADY, story of, 91.
productions. 273.

lected by Mrs. Yates for her GRAVES, RICHARD, why he

benefit, – H. Walpole's re- wrote his Columella, or the
G.
marks on, 343.

Distressed Anchoret, 618;
Gads-steel, 76.

GLOVER, JOSEPH, of Keswick, Shenstone might sit for the
Gullasses, what ? 135.

born at Watenlath, a native more amiable part of Colu-
GALLOYS, PERCEVAL LE, ex. genius, - Southey's tribute mella's picture, 338.

tracts and remarks on, 285. to his worth and worthiness, GRAY, extracts relative to, 343,
GARASSE, Doctr. Curieuse, ex: 534.

&c.
tracts from, 460-1, 463, 487, Glow-worm, notion about, 142; GREAAL SAINCT, remarks and
495; his most uncharitable glass.worm used for by Lyly, extracts, 282.
writings belie his own na. 299,

Greeks merry, proverb, 380.
tare, 716.

Gnat, poisonous bite of, 497. GREEN, ROBERT, peculiar use

on, 440,

348.

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of “ for to do” “ for be. Plowman v. 3918. Passus | Herb, of Orpheus—that starves
cause,” 322.

Sextus, 533.

tigers, 160; that hates step-
Green, pale translucent, of an HANDEL, anecdote of, 425, 472, mothers, 161.
evening sky, 7.

568.

Herbaldown, near Canterbury,
Greta Hall, annals of, 448. Handfast, i. e. hold, 654.

575.
Gridiron, The, timbers laid for, Hankford's Oak, 156.

D'HERBELOT, extracts from,
452.
HANNAH, Lines, 53.

100, 102,
GRIJALFAS' Treasure, inven. Hanway, Jonas, Mrs. Car. | HERBERT, GEORGE, extracts,
tory of, 260.

ter's remark on, 610.

501.
Gripe, story of spreading, 354. Hare, that kennelled on the HERBERT, Southey's marvel.
Groaning-boards, wonder of, in hearth at Naworth, 406; re- lous boy, 278.
1682, 374.

turns to its form to die, 543. Herce, meaning of, 133.
Groaners, hired ones at the Harp-strings, the bursting of, Heresies, extirpation of, 685.
Huntingdon Chapel, 363. 241.

Herctics, Old, had a masonic
Groves, Egyptian, 181. HARVEY's Prose, drunken or way of recognizing each
Ground that may be built on, maudlin, 340, 342.

other, 383.
ideas, &c. 10.

Harut and Marut, 101. Hereditary Qualities, 583.
GUESCLIN DU, 148.

Hasan Casa, The Seven Songs | HERRICK, remarks on, and ex.
Guernsey Lily, naturalized by of, 231-236.

tracts from, 303, &c.; no-
the shipwreck of a vessel Hats, a guess why beaver's fur ticed more old customs and
returning from Japan, of is used for, 509.

vulgarsuperstitions than any
which country it is a native, Hawkins, Sir John, History other of our poets, 305.
432.

of Music, 568-9, 570-1. Hesiod, extracts from, 220.
Guitars, great run for, and Hawks, of Noroega, 237. Hexameters, New Testament

story of Kirkman the harp- Huwse, i. e. hals, q. v. 533. translated into, 713.
sicord maker, 435; poor Haydn, his remark on the sing- Hexameters, English, remarks
teacher of, 571.

ing of the charity children on, 1; hexameters and pen.
Gule of August, 121.

at St. Pauls, the most pow. tameters composed by a ta-
Gulls, resolution of a flock of, erful effect he ever heard, ble, 339.
486.

393.

Hesham, Abp. of York's at-
Gunn, ADOLPHUS, good story Headless Men, account of, from tempt to save at the sup-
of, 403.
Herrera, 244.

pression of the religious
GUTHLAKE, St., at Crowland, Hear! Hear! quoth Southey, houses, and why, 403.
415.

689.

HIGGONS, Sir Thomas, Cava-
Guffydh, Rhees ap, Epitaph on, Heart's hope, fine cottages of, lier, and Bevish Higgons,
134.
533.

his son, 348.
Gytha, the mother of Harold, HEARNE's Collection of Cu- | Hill, Aarox, 398.

said to have retired to Steep- rious Discourses, &c. 133.4; Himilcon, the Carthaginian
Holme, 408.

journey to the Northern general, story for monodra.
H.

Ocean, extracts from, 167,
&c.

Hindoo Mythology, extracts re-
H, power of the letter, 416. Hedgehog, Douza's pet one,462. lative to, 246.
HABINGTON, the purest writer Heart of Man,origin of Quarles' | Hindoos, remarks on, and cus.
of his age, 305.

Epigram, 219, triangular toms of, 435; old families
HACKET, Bp., extracts from architecture of, 346.

respected by, 700; invoke
and sayings of, 466, 510; Heaven, 596.

the manes of their ancestors
Christian consolations of, Hell, extracts relative to, 591. to be present at a marriage,
547, 639.

Marlow's works on, 651; 704.
HADINGUS, Descent of, 38. where? 504.

HOBBES, extracts from, 410,
lluir, long, Clovis' body, son Hengst, Hengistus, 133.

411.13, 560, 625; on mul.
of Chilperic, known by, 271; Henbune, the cimex of, 546. titude of suits, 667; recom.
a single lock of seven feet HENRY II., cruelty of, 173; mends the Whole Duty of
nine inches, 431; the juta of stript when dead-his epi. Man, 705.
the Synyasees, 435; dyed taph, 174,

Hoel, character of, 107.
yellow by Roman ladies, 436. Henry III., his perjury, 141. | Holiday-trenings, Summer, 119;
HALDANUS, Club of, 30. Henry IV. of France, bad ac. holidays originally humane,
HALL, BP., extracts from, 219; tion of, 73.

165.
indebted to Hugo de Animâ, HENRY VIII., a saying of, Holiness, Christian, 694.
222, 565.
665.

HOLINSHED, extracts from,174,
Huls, i. e. neck, “ Hange myn Hemp, thief's dislike to the

&c.
hoper at myn hals." Piers plant, 463.

ma, 274,

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Holkham House, description of,

Inundation, The, what so called
397.

I.

in Shropshire, 394.
HOLLAND, HENRY, 156.

Irish at Rouen, 62; half-chris-
Holly tree and leaves, 193, 200; Ice-thunders, heard by Southey

tened, 74. Irish coward,
superstition about, in Wales, and Wordsworth, – that is and enchantment of, 75;
on St. Stephen's day, 365; the breaking up of the ice in dirty-headed, 171.
at Furness, browse for sheep,

the lakes, 534.

Iron Bridge, fall of one, and
535.

Ice-worm, Erasmus had seen the cause, 706.
Honey, formerly not sold, but it in the Alps, 467.

Iron hot, for warming feet, call.
given, at Keswick, 537. IDEAS AND STUDIES OF LITE- ed a Damsel, or Nun,-
Hope, saying about, 616; Ha- RARY COMPOSITION, 1, &c. Friar? 434.
fiz remark on, 635.
Identity, 43.

Irontones, custom of, 169.
Horns, girl with, 547.

Idylls, subjects for, 95. I say, expletive, remark on,
Horse, The White, quære ? 23 ; Ignorance, general of the age 618.

White Horse of Swantowith, immediately preceding one's Isle of Man, custom of, 74.
27; Arabian horses, 109;

own, 719.

Islington, benighted state of,
Hengist's, 133. White horse | Ignorant classes, because only 682.
of royalty, 171; with a little half taught, 716.

ISODORE, ST., ballad from life
blood is best roadster, 624; Iguanodon, length of, 504. of, 193.
fierce one, story of, 372;

Images for Poetry, 4, &c., 29, ISRAEL, Sweet Singers of, some
humane treatment of stage &c., 44, 45, 55, 75, 86, 94,

poor crazy people in Edin-
ones, 389; names of, 472; 105, 200-202, 274.

burgh so called themselves
blind one, what, 512, 541;

Imitative Talent, as common in 1681, 379.
flesh eater, 557; concert for,

as creative genius is rare, Itch in the ear, a bad distem-
571.
448.

per, 641.
Hospital, of Sultan Bayazed at Incas, Royal Bounty of, 158. Ivy, remarks on, 200.
Adrianople, 437.

Independents, said one of their
Horsham, maiden lady of, queer
ministers most dependent

J.
story, 370.

creatures, 686.

Jacks, a late invention, 374.
Houd, Le Prophele, 98.

Indiu, Capt. W. Bruce's re- JACKSON's Works, extracts,
Hour-Glass, ancient use of, mark upon the English Do.

645, 668-9, 670-1, 673.
379, 471, 625; South, ii. minion there, 684.

Jacula Prudentum, extracts
339.

Indians, North American, ex- from, 674.
HOUSSAIE, AMELOT DE LA,

tracts relative to, 228-230; Jambu, Jaman, or Rose-apple,
642, 644,

long hair of, 260; aged, good the richest sort of which is
HOWARD, EDWARD, Eighth health of, 483; remarks, the Amrita, or, Immortal,
Earl of Suffolk, 349.
710.

254.
Howes, EDMUND, curious par. Indolence, I want not thee, but JAMES I., saying of, “that
ticulars in his history, 51.

thy sister Leisure, 198. men had a salmon-like in.
Houk, the, sound from, 6. Infallibility, Jackson's remarks stinct to visit the place of
Human Being, annual con- upon, 671, 673.

their breeding, 639; extra-
sumption of one (?) 390. Infants, their lot after death, ordinary elixir of, 554; say.
Human Nature, a generic term,

195; dead female one sent ing of, 686.
625.

to Dr. Pierce, Dean of Sa- JAMES, ST, explanation of text
Humphrey Hour,"calls upon

in, 590.
every one, 615.

Influenza, earliest account of, Japanese Penitents, 42.
Humility, Bp. Reynold's re- 1580, 433.

Jaundice, The, lice a cure for,
marks on, 653.
Indulgences, 685.

439; recipe of the Jews,
Hungurian Woman, story of, Indian, Old, plaint of, 173. 485.
for Didrama, 196.

Inoculation, originated in su- Jefr ue Jame, the most cele-
HuntingDON, S. S., story of, perstition, 576.

brated Work of Ali, 165,183.
357; a rogue, remarks on, Insanity, remarks on, 696. JEHANNE LA PUCELLE, 21,&c.;
366.

Inscription, mysterious, 76. capture of, 23; sentence of,
Huntingfield, House of, in Suf. Insects and animalcula, 564. 24; fate of Flavy, who be-
folk, 416.

Inserenda, curious extracts and trayed her,-insults offered
Hurdi's Favourite Village, ex- omissions, 607 &c.

to her in prison, 25, 56;
tracts from, 297 ; imitated Instrument, self-performing, Charles convinced by,--fore.
Cowper, 298.
246.

told by a Nun, 64; fettered
Hy Brasail, or, The Enchanted Insula Virentium, Giraldus’ac- - throws herself from a tow.
Island, 169.
count of, 243.

er-her favourite Saints, 65;
Hyrne, i. e, a corner, 306. Insurrection, duty of, 65. vision of — Breaking her

rum, 373.

Sword, 67 ; speech of, to the | Kamschatdales, superstitions of,
children, 69; the Maid and

87; why a passage omitted
the Voice, 170; notes for, in the translation of the
202, &c.

Lord's Prayer for, 714.
JEFFRIES, CHANCELLOR, coffin | KEHAMA, First germ of the

of, in Aldermanbury Church, Curse of, &c. 12; originally
394,

begun in rhyme, ib.
Jemappe, story of, subject for KELLET, ALEXANDER, extracts
a war poem, 194.

from, -Sun and sea worship
JENKYNS, JUDGE, story of, - -Men ornamented, not wo-

his works should be col. men-Tribes'fighting,172-3.
lected, 400.

Ken, Bishop, Poems, extracts
JEROME, Sr., absurd story of from, 346.

his filing his teeth to pro- Kendal, custom at, 354.
nounce Hebrew, 443; say. | KENT, his style of Architecture,
ing of, 455; remark on, 506; 512.
admonishing St. Augustine, Keradon, i.e. Kehama, 12.
676.

Keswick, beautiful morning
Jesuits, vision of two, 237; prospect seen by Southey,
doctor of, 443.

517.
JEWEL, his reply to Cole, 669. Killcrops, 157.
Jews, journey of, after death, King, or Chin Cough, remedies

85; discipline amongst, 390; for, 531.
say that every individual of King's Evil, touching for, Ful-
the human race existed in ler believed in, 707.
Adam, 501.

KNIGHTLEY CHETWOOD, pre.
Jimmals, a ring of, 304.

fixed Dissertation to Dry-
John St. BAPTIST, vigil of, den's Virgil, 351.

116; account of, 149, &c. Knowledge, imperfection of, in
John Sr. The Evungelist, Chant the most learned men, 620.

for the Feast of, 63; disap-Koran, extracts from, 213.
pearance of, 131; and the Koreish, The second flight of,
caldron of oil, 147.

225.
JOHNSON, S. loved ratiocina. Kosciusko, GENERAL, affect-

tion in poetry, 322; formed ing story about, 363.
his style upon that of Sir W. Kraken, Southey's dream a-
Temple, 325; sayings of, bout, 538.
638, 663, 666.

Κράμβη δις θάνατος, coleworts
Jonah, in the Hebrew means, twice sodden, 459.

A Dove, 481.
JONSON Ben, extracts from

L.
and relative to, 325; a care- Lacteals, how discovered in a
ful reader of the Polyolbion, human subject, 588.

-himself superintended the Ladders blackened at the siege
first folio edit. 326; extracts of Geneva, to prevent their
655-6, 462, &c. 465, 497. being seen, 152
499, 657, &c.

Laking, apple • laking, Cum.
Jornett, Ilal. giornata, une brian custom, 531.
verte militaire, 117.

LAMBERT, Mr., immense size
Journey-Journals, 517.

of, 388.
Joya-jewel-gays, 456.

Lambs, two, suckled by a pit-
Juggernaut, processional music man's wife, 418.
of the Idol of, 246.

Lammas Day, - St. Peter ad
Jupiter, inhabitants of, 84; Vincula, or Gule of August,

image of, in Crete, without 121.
ears, why ? 667.

Lumprey, pet one of M. Anto-

ny's daughter, 439.
K.

LANDOR, ROBERT, extracts
Kaba, black stone of, 112. from, 655.
KALENDAR, sketches for poem Lands, extent of, in England
on, 210, 212.

and Wales,390; conveyances

of, should be registered, to

hinder suits, 667.
Language, extracts relative to,

581.
Lanthony, death-place of St.

David, intended inscription

for, 192.
Laos, Laics, or Langiens, Peo-

pling of the World in the Be-

sief of, 41.
Lurks, London supply of, 398.

the song of, 518.
LATIMER, account of, at the

stake, 192; extract from, on
the deterioration of broad.

cloth by Devil's Dust, 610.
Latin, Modern, remarks upon,

259.
Laughter, an image dedicated

to, by Lycurgus, why ? 503.
Laurel, Common, introduction

of, 357.
Laziness, in reasoning, 719.
Lead, quantity of English pro-

duce, 396; deleterious effects

of, 407.
Leek of a family, Scandinavian

saying ? 432.
Leicestershire Proverb, 341.
Lent Fridays, 119.
LEONARDO, LUPERCIO, &c.
BARTOLOME,

translations
from, 268-9, 272.
LEONNOYS MELIADUS DE, ex.

tracts, and remarks on, 281.
Letter,copy of a queer one, 114.
Letters, revival of, a conse.

quence that followed from,
701; the knowledge of, look-
ed upon by barbarians as

mean and disgraceful, 701.
Levites, A.D. 1781. Les der-

nières robes en vogue, 597.
Leyden, extracts relative to,

599.
Liberty, remarks on, 685.
Lice,cure for the jaundice, 439;

used in choosing a burgo.

master, 454.
Lie, a, 678, 680.
Lightning, Welsh · Town de-

stroyed by, 76; Kalmuc su-
perstition of, 87; Bells, no
effectual charm against, 96 ;

a paralyticcured by, in Mexi-
LIGHTFOOT, sayings of, 450,

645, 672.
Lights, feast of, 121.
Luzly, his similies not to be

relied upon, 457.

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