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dangerous and ill-affected. remarks 145. Orders to Christian intercession, 13.
cape of, advised by a maid. punished, 609.
162. Ilis desire to do pe. mas joy, 315.
to Stratford, 164, 190. In- all sin, 4. All one in, 49.
want of, South's remarks,46. Said that the fire in Scot. Chubbotree, Shawmiana, or,
government Chura conquering Yamen, 434.
there, but in England also, Church, universality of, in
the whole diocese to be taxed ness to make scape goats Taking notes at, 106.
of his faithful servants, and Cibolas, a large sort of oxen,
forced against, 118. James upon him by the times, 189. Cid, THE, “ The Cid to his
from the “ Royal Buckler," phonsus Perez, history of,
359. “My Cid,” expres.
penham Cliff to Wick Hill, statute against depopulation, the decayed frescoes in the
church of St. Francis at
CHARLES VII., Les Vigilles Assissi, 370.
Cinaloa, food of the tribe of,
dians of, 634.
thum and Tripoli, 615. French court for writing its 525.
CLANRICARD, LORD, Straf-
ford's complaint of his en-
carages in Ireland, 199.
Rocket, or Lattie, 408. death of Archbishop Laud,
took his title, 138. Claren.
CHENIER, his account of the don papers referred to, with
Moors and their negroes,
extracts from, 139, &c.
State papers, extracts from,
419. Deer catching in, ib. to listen to the Scots; but 189. His opinion that the
fortify York against them, Scots would not betray the
Cherries, German sauce of, Clay, eating of, by the Otho.
591. Cherry-gum, nourish- macos and Guamos explain.
Chesnut wood, inflammability Clepsydra, the Brahmin's, 473.
Clergy, benefit of, 10. The
Chittery, or, Royal Race, mar. treatment of, in England,
ib. Claim of our Clergy
Want of, 102, Poverty of,
103. King of Spain's boun-
ty to, in New Spain and the Contribution of a meal a week “ As for foreign force, it is
a vain dream,” ib.
whole service read by, on the lous instance given by Top- Curse, the entailed cut off, 19.
CUTIÆI, or, Samaritans of Si.
perstition of, 621.
Cun Anwn, or Anun's Dogs,
Cyder, an early liquor, 320.
against Indian arrows, 643, Daggers, 330. Muzzled, ib.
Damietta, entrance of the har.
CRANMER, ARCHBISHOP, on bour, 617.
from, concerning Malacca,
Danes, suggestion as to why
dura and Baly, 420, 434. Crickets of the Night, Primi. catarrhs, 594.
The honey of, 463. Re-
CROFT, Bishop, the humble
sorted to by the White.
moderator, 52. On the sur. Heron, 483.
DAVILA, taught our gamesters,
cerning his age, 127, &c. Day and Night, local difference
&c. Letters, ib. Lays Ma- of, 616.
nasseh Ben Israel's proposal Deud, Indian regard for the
graves of their, 656.
ture of, at Gisburne Park, Diud men, more hurtful than
147. His fight with two
the liring, an aboriginal no.
tion of savage tribes, 538.
Bayle's account of his fana. How likeness comes out in
the dead, 659.
Death of the Good, 121.
Ilis dying advice, 663,
written from Cheshunt, con.
the native Indians, 530.
taining an account of his Dehly, cunning robbers of the
province of, 410.
Cross, the sign of, refused to Deluge, Lake near the town of
Non-Con- be made by many to the Ali, a remainder of, 444.
solemn league and covenant,
Derrises of Erzeroom, 403.
and left incomplete in the Desert Cookery, 481. Effects
shape of a T., 15. Legend of a desert march, 501. Of
of Adam and the Tree of water, inland tribes astonish-
Paradise, 382. Queen of ment at, 514.
Sheba and, 382.
Destruicam de Espanha, ex:
Deretas, their respect to the
to Digby, 189. His remark, talking a matter cut with,
duced at, 363.
119. Indian superstition of | Doublets, thieves clad in stone take the air, according as
the wind blows, 490.
Indian temple, Pagoda not by the great eagle on the Deioces, Herodotus' account
Dress, remarks on, 310, 311, | Eclipse, superstitions on, 462.
the Ohio and Wabash, 593. bravery, 337. Suffocating and the thief at, 51.
EDMONDSON, WILLIAM, the
quaker, bis goodness, 122.
DRUM, his idea of a material Eei Pies, horse loads brought
from Mantes to the market
mong the Turks, his dis.
Egypt, the glory of, from
December till March, 449.
Dublin, most dangerous for Beanty of portions of, 492.
corrupting youth, in Straf.
Ancient custom of removing
the dead in, 496. The mo-
Dublin College, Strafford's notony of, 499.
troduced into an army by England to be sent over to
the prince of Parma, 142. be made fellows, 199. 'Elauopopia, collection of ver.
Oliver Cromwell's peace
lers, a word to, 306.
Elder-tree, medicinal effects of,
could have secured it,'' a- regards purity, &c., in
sion to mules, 532. Curious Dundee, the great misfortune Elephant, Hindoo name for a
hurricane, on account of its
History of England, quoted, floors with cow-dung in the kettle drums and large bells
affixed to those of great
men, 430. Young maid de.
sermon by Timothy Rogers, livered of, 450.
Elephantiasis and Slarery cor.
der Laud for many years in Elres and Fairies, &c., Elves
Emigration, the Spaniards suf-
Duties to God, from Laus and lonies without good charac-
What passed between the De- might be profitably adhered English, negligence of, in.
for over freedom with an In.
Exoch, ELIJAH, & Sr. Joux,
liament, killed at the Hague, the Kangaroo, 586. Ameri. christ, 379, 383.
Epicures of Guiana and Par.
gainst undermining, 343. on the pendulums of the Equestrian (American) tribes,
their belief in evil spirits,
Eastern chambers, where to 524.
ESCOBAR's collection of bal. Denton, why spared by | Fisher, Laud's book against,
well digested by Charles I.,
134. Recommended to his
cattle in, 642.
drews's sermons, and Hook.
Fall, or Falling Band, what ?
Fishing, expertness of the A.
Falling-Fits, common to all merican tribes in, 524.
ages, under religious excite- Flamingoes, great flocks on
the Caspian shores, 588.
Flea, St. Domingo and, 401.
Famine, the girdle of, 423. FLECKNO, his account of Joan
Fardles, meaning of the word, IV., 260.
Use of foreign
language, 327. Account of
gainst, in James the First's sphere, 523.
FLEMINGS, ancient arms of,
Flowers, language of, 666.
minion of tailors, 302. Im-
periousness of, 619. French Flying.fish, tail of, 598.
FoE DE, and the Flying Post-
minus the F, 332.
FORDCN, quoted, 357.
count of, 263.
Fornication, extended sense of,
from his theatre and honour
Forest-work Hangings, 619.
of knighthood, 319.
Fortune, instance of the muta-
bility of, 151.
Whitehall, and Sir Francis Forbes, Oriental Memoirs,
Bacon's remark on passing
quoted, 411, &c. Snakes of
the Guzerat lakes,
judgment on John Selman,
Luxury of cold water in In-
dia, 412. Halcarras, or, In-
dian news messengers
FENTON'S tour through Pem-
brokeshire, quoted, 320.
Palanquin-bearers, and the
round of beef - The Parsee
tribe, and the everlasting
fire – The
Mowah - tree,
might have resulted from it Indian holy breds, or sacred
in Charles I.'s time, 153. lands, 413. Noble genero-
sity of a Chinese merchant,
415, &c. &c.
of the East, 427. Account
of Locust-flight, 432. GU-
bra-Vendos, or, Boa Con- | Feudal times, the heir the suc. Fotoona, islanders of, the bru.
cessor to quarrels in, 340. tal custom of fighting with
Foundations out of joint, 17.
396. House and church of, at
of the ice, 6oi. Indian way
FRANCISCO JOZE DE NATIVI.
Franeker, the grand hot-bed of GARCIORDONEZ DE MONTAL- Golden Disease, which affect-
ed Cortez and his followers,
effects of the Simoom, 649. in Fynes Moryson's time,
GOMARA, his doubts as to the
appearance of Santiago and
His country delight, St. Pedro, 59.
Gomez, Antonio HENRIQUEZ,
GASPAR DE VILLAGRA, Histo. Sanson Nazareno, por, 251.
Conformist and Nonconform. palpable and paltry imita. count of, 245-248.
tion of the Araucana, 231. GONGORA, his style, and ex.
Gongs, or, Gomgoms, how made
lands at, 627.
GONZALO DE CORDOVA, and
Martin Affonzo, 265.
Geliana, the palaces of, 282. Gorernment, benefit of the su-
GENAIS, MADAME, her ac- 658.
&c. Early mention of cur:
courteousness - Lady's side.
on foot — Early instance of
book at marriage - Early
ern apostle," and the chal. count of the Malay Kriss,
lenge glove, 24. The deadly 506, Earth of Mahe for fil-
stitious offerings, 508.
trine of universal, 126.
Grapes, preserved in vinegar,
Glas CAPTAIN, retributive Grass-Sea, so called from the
de Ribera sobre la, 211. Gloucester, the shipwreck of, GREENWOOD, Paul, the
Preacher, his aberration of
embroidered, intro- mind in his last illness, 125.
venteenth Earl of Oxford, men de vitâ sud, 102.
and their air turrets, 512. called — used by Newcastle could, 134. His high opi.