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tracts from his Adversaria Handkerchief, the sacred, Ma-
places frequented by those
281, 522, 523, 531. Natu-
ral courage of the Miges,
537. The Panches, and their
shields of skins, 538. His
position, that religion has
of his family at Trevecca, 34. been communicated most to
countries which have the
richest mines, 589. Account
lustration from, 639, 659. HASENMULLER, M. Elias, His. their dead warriors out to
missionary settlements in, Curious extracts from, 394. Herring-roe of Norfolk-Sound,
Head-ache cured at Potosi, by
delicacy of, 594. Skin of the
sea-herring prevents beer
from foaming or frothing,
HEYLIN, PETER, his second
journey, containing a
vey of the estate of the two
islands, Guernsey and Jer-
Hierurchy, Celestial, 384.
HIERONYMO CORTE-REAL, 233
HIGGESON'S New England
Plantation. Ears of corn in
New England great and plen.
tiful - Fertility of the soil,
655. Account of the abori.
ginal religion of, 656.
covery, painted barbarians- Hill, AARON, on allegoric gar-
Smell of fire by Indians Hindoos, their extreme no-
tions of antiquity, 438. Rea-
son of the rarity of Hin.
why kept in ignorance, 455.
Form of emancipating a
slave, 456. Metaphysical
theology, 465. The Hin-
doo bird Baya, 469. Pic-
turesque effect of Hindoo
women as bathers and wa-
ter-bearers, 479. Yearly
feast of the Hindoo maidens,
484. Offering for the re-
turn of those at sea, 505.
codile worship, and destruc.
amongst, 513. Notions of
Papist in England was ever the Getir, 623. Babylonian Funeral superstition, 520.
HOHENLOHE, PRINCE, pre-
Herons, White, their liking to tended miracle of, 75.
the date trees about Cairo, Holland, money transmitted to,
483. Called by the French owing to the state of inse-
curity during the Great Re.
ers, because they seek the bellion, 150.
ire dening, 668.
HOLLAND, LORD, his altar to - The fear that fell upon de fer, 373. Nuremberg says
the Indians, 547. Captain he gave himself the name of
Old Noll, 143, Gift of White. Indians, 548. Squaw Sachim 374. What truth in the ca-
Philip, 549. The alderman
Minois Village, 572.
the English, and the mur- Impiety Extraordinary of the
advice, his head being full captain, Tespequin, 550. Pe. Imposter Prophet, 122.
Surprisal of the town of purchasing in Laud's time,
ployed in coal mines, soft and the religion of his fore. Strafford and Laud's inte.
death of the Indian chief, afforded feathers for their
Alexander — Indian agree.
of his son, 147. Strafford fidy, notwithstanding -- Ad- no terms with the Parlia-
Burning of at first the English mere
pirates, 390. Ancient no-
diately before him, 189. ornamented Tippoo's throne, Indian Agriculture in Ceylon,
419. Metempsychosis, 437.
Hummee and Hemse, towns of, Mysticism, 521.
of — Histories painted on
- Notions relative to
the joyful fields, 575. Pre-
- Incursion of the Indians, of, wonderful properties of, and when they are not so,
Indigo, its introduction into
cy, 440. His reply to Co- Indulgence, 81.
Infallible Judge, set up by Pa-
pists, Quakers, Enthusiasts,
ful to the faithful, 444.
Insurance, Travelling, in the
Subtle device of the same bably imitated by Spenser, about 1600, 327.
Interference, devil's dislike to,
I. H. S. on the pulpit covering, 102,
lages and cattle protected
Ireland, extracts relative to, | Jama, the, what? 511, 512. Jod, the Hebrew, mystical ac-
196, ác. Miserable estate of James I., error of supporting count of, 650.
Wesley's incontinent haste,
JORGE DE MONTE MAYOR, his
Jougourth, what ? 647.
ment reproved, 108.
vective against, 294.
mention of, 134. Buried in
Kadrouva Vinneta and Diti,
JESUITESSES, when they be. 488.
England, and danger from, | Kashmire, the rose of, 487.
187. Charles I. sees the dan. KELLIEON, MATTHEW, on the
Rome, 188. Negotiations KEMPIS, THOMAS A, extraor-
Regula Societatis, ib. Mis. KENNET's Parochial Antiqui-
cellaneous incident relative ties, quoted, 133, &c. 149.
to, 391. Imago primi seculi Kerkook und Moussul, belief of
used as a defence against success in Paraguay attri. tween, 423.
tem connected with the faith ders appertaining to the
old Puritan, opposed to the cuted, 395. Not confined to Khatries, their dress, &c. 512.
treatment of Charles I., 151. the Romish faith, 638. Kilranoja, poverty of the see
Kingfisher, used as an indica. not have too many horses, LEANDER, FATHER, alias
tion of which way the wind 57. The Back-house bowl, Jones, speaks of James I.
85. Absolution of a mule at as not a heretic, only a per:
count of his father, 296. ness of the two churches,
their barbarous cruelty, 339. ample, when he should come Leeches in the nostrils of the
tian apparel, or wedding gar. | LEIGHTON, ALEXANDER, in-
lates the cause that the blood LENCASTRE, D. Fulipo DE,
people, 297. His idea of the
Lettres Provinciales, just cha-
racter of, 373.
ling of feet and walking up 349.
298. Robin Hood's Day - Lichfield, curious custom at,
Liddu River, water hollows
the bow - Bribery and un. formed by the falls of, 634.
just judgment, 299. Deceit. Life shortened by hot-bed cul.
observation on the value of
colliers, or, remarks upon his valueless books,- and
what he picked out of them,
nantly spoken of by Arch-
discipline in Portugueze
of England, &c. 131. De-
Lion-kcepers, the Sultan's, 645.
Ali, the lion of God, the pa-
tron of the lion-keepers, 647.
King, 134. His patience in
LISTER, WILLIAM, remarkable
anecdote of, 151.
Literature, humanizing power
of, 123. Bastard, 324.
malignity and stubbornness upon, thought Lord Keeper
too hastily by Gifford, 138. read by students, 206.
duty concerning, 64. The
judges, 107. Variations in
desire to comply with those
Maple-root cups, mentioned by
stones, 505. Mahomet and
surance, 506. Asem and the
upon, in the Lord, 328. In-
Manual, Catholic, why can.
demned as heretical, 89.
MANUEL, D. Juax, Romance
MARACCI Louis, shower of
Madagascar, proposition that Marani, who? Bishop's advice
to Pope Julius III, about,
144. Customs of, 336.
Marian, Maid, the harbinger
excavated into cellars, wine- Epigram on his Thelyph. Marriage, requisite caution in
celebrating, 65. Good wishes
dian instances of the profa-
MAJIONET, debate on his edu- nation of, 434. Early mar.
cation, 450. The Third, the
Marston Moor, battle of, 157-
Mahmoudker, the river of, 518. 160.
MARTIN, DR. and Dr. Lr-
in, as among the Nalchez,
Martins, Strafford's desire to
Mulucca fruit, 409.
these being as much worth
as a good wether, 202.
MARTYR, PETER, extraordi-
nary instance of natural elo-
quence, or, Columbus and
the old man of Cuba, 537.
Couches or mattresses, 655.
Malta, Evlia Effendi's impre. | MASSEY, GENERAL, and Colo-
cation on the infidels of, 443.
NEL-GENERAL POINTz, de-
claration of, and why they
departed from the city and
the kingdom, 152.
Masses, purchase of, 15.
Cocoa wine, 501. Bettele
MASSINGER, quoted, 322, 334.
336, 337, 338.
Matamores at Valencia, what?
MATHER, COTTON, and the re-
nerable Eliot, 120.
overlaying their children, Matolas, Vanderkemp's
count of the use to which
they turn their hair, 518.
Nianoa, religion of Indians of, Matrasses, ships protected by,
o Mattamores, or subterraneous
corn magazines, 473.
May Poles, ordinance against,
Medal, struck by the Method.
encourage in Ireland, one of