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ion Church, 98.
144. Formerly applied to coat of cotton - Ear pieces
black earth of Peru to make
word of command, 644.
MONASTIC ORDERs, Notes for,
&c. 369, &c. All favoured
by the Pope as lessening
the power of the bishops,
by quotations from Calvin
rection of German peasants
tured out of the Aphorism,
encouraged by, 119.
MONMOUTH, GEOFFREY OF,
in the desert, 580.
MONSTRELLET, quoted, 340.
Badge and arms of the Count
d'Armagnac, 341, 349, 356.
The shaking minarets at the
MONTAIGNE, quoted, 205, 207.
Monterey, extraordinary state-
mosque of Jethro, 447.
ment as to the immense num.
ber of cattle in the neigh-
bourhood of, 523.
Ministers, aged, the duty of Montezuma's way of keeping
up the population in poison-
ous districts, 522. Descrip-
Miracles never cease, 7. Lying MONTRO,ANTONIO DE, impiety
miracles, 57. Day of, gone of his poetry, 240.
False, 119. 615. Speech of men in, 651.
the Spanish women, 270.
&c, 381, 382.
phemous thoughts, 117. Misfortune, superstitious ap- 14. On the question of
MORELL, quoted from the
Portuguese sacred drama as of James II.'s instalment in ning and training, 660, 661.
the royalty, and poem on the | MORETON, Bishop, self-devo.
tion of, during the Plague,
Mittunis, i.e. mittins, or gloves, Mosques, Turkish, morning
hymn for, 450. Form of,
Moc-moco, the herb, used for Mosul, clever way of crossing
preserving butter fresh, 592. the river at,without a bridge,
481. Mogul women's look. Moulting time of sea birds,
Molluscæ take the form of sea.
Mount Hope Neck, 640.
Mouse and scorpion, matched
Mules, Dobrizh offer's covert
MULEY MOLuc and his slave Huge ones seen by Flinders OLIVAN, PEDRO DE, and the
near Point Possession, 647. Franciscans, 57.
milar, according to Mr. Da. the Roman Breviary, 80. value first brought into no-
and Arminianism compared, Ollamh-Filea Feircheirtne, who
and what, 343.
Nicholson and Burn's, Cum- OLYMPIAS and the serpent, 422.
velling expenses in 1656, Onion, a nostrum for the
Opium, use of among the Turks,
i. e. every witness supposed santness of eastern evenings, as to the use of brandy, 447.
first American settlers, 657.
NIMROD, the first who wore a ORDERS, Notes for the Religi-
ous, &c. 368, &c.
Ordination, question of canoni-
of, 146. Extracts from, &c. racteristic anecdote of one, Orja, the marvellous tree of,
that portends war, 448.
414, 430. State of the Na.
NoTHISDALE, EARL OF, Straf. bob Vizier of Oude's coun-
Norus Homo, splendour of, 636.
NUNEZ DE Quiros, El Nuncu ORIGEN, bis conjectures and
opinions turned into here-
French, and sent to St. Do- stances Gonzalo Gustios re. the Irish rebels shewed most
hatred to, 189.
• The most
excellent subject the King is
Lord of,' says Clarendon,
190. The Ormonde family
Oak, evergreen oak of Devon. traditionally supposed to be
the heirs of Becket, 203.
Oath, the old tradesman's at excessive heat in the isle of,
Occupations of Scripture Cha- Osmanlu, transparent stones of
the mosque of, at Tauris,
liol and the lovely Moriat, Ossat, CARDINAL DE, in his
at Cayenne, 61. The Ne. silver, origin of the term, had heard and seen of them,
362. Moran the Wise, 363. could not recommend the
gra Rupes by the aid of, 622. the wounded blessed and 374.
psalmed, 51. Balsamic of Ostriches, account of, 585.
Old use of to still the waves, Othomacos of the Orinoco, their
lamentations over their dead
every morning at cock-crow, | Parsons, Sir William, a which is built by oppression,
knave of the first water, 204. 445. Beggars buried up to
the neck, on the anniversary
Party-dirisions, evil of, 67. of Hosein's death, to excite
ignorant enthusiasts, 146. Lord Keeper Guildford's 446. Way of eating, 496.
Peruvia Custom of chewing
PETERS, Hugli, said to have
been expelled from Jesus
have acted in Shakespere's
that prayed in his inside, 13. Petrary, two knights set in,
PHARAOH's Bath, Arab stores
PHARONNIDA, W. CHAMBER-
LAYNE's, referred to as illus.
trating the want of disci.
out the seeds of sedition and 148. Quoted, 324, 325.
Phengites, transparent, in the
monastery of St. Luke of
Philippine Islanders, supersti.
Phoca Vitulina, uses of, by the
Aleutian Islanders, 560.
Pictures, Popish, curious mis-
take about, 152.
PIETRO DELLA VALLE, often
quoted, e g. 425,440. Death
of his wife, 631.
Pigs in Italy, destroyers of
the Locust larvæ, 655.
Pilgrims, privileges of, 58.
Pimento and Mint, Turkish
drink of, 647.
Pirates, passage to Ireland in.
PEREYRA Lys, his Elegiada, Pisa, FRANCISCO DE, quoted,
Cross of oak,
266, 275, 282.
Pistachio Tree, 470, 471.
against, in James I.'s reign,
the Son, 22.
Persecution, desire of Charles Plaintain leaves, used as plates
coolers of the atmosphere,
Plantations in Ireland, Pro-
an appanage for our young Preciosa, A, by Sor MARIA DE Quaker's Grass, a name in ex-
istence before the sect, 123,
by pouring hot water upon
'Prentices, London, the insub- ferment, 596.
Quern, use of, in California,
Press, liberty of, in revolution. 563.
QUINTANA, 265, 274, 283, 289.
Preux Chevaliers and Knights Quintin, CRAUFURD's Sketch-
508. Oriental war instru-
ib. Oriental dress, 511. The
Jamu, ib. Account of the
Good, produce dress of the Khatries, 512.
good subjects, 339.
Rabbit Warrens, established
formerly near the metropo.
lis for the value of the fur,
Rain sulphureous, like ink, 602.
Provencal Poetry, poverty of, Rainbow, caused by falling
, 175. His Ramiro, K. and Ortiga, story
own penitence, ib. His ears
grew again after they were Ramists, the, formed a party
as late as James I.'s time,
Rashid, fertility of the country
Charles I.'s time, - Their
Ruts, plague of, between Mut.
tra and Delhi, 588.
sic, 604. Soup made of, 649.
“ Rebuke them sharply," 4.
429, 432, 448.
Recluse, summary mode of
making one, 108.
Red-Hall, at Leeds, why so
among, 38. Encroachments Rein Deer Moss, 579, 612.
was the cause of Job's final ferinus, 529.
true from a false, 48. Po. Those formerly so called, pared, in some parts, with
Brownists, 295. Counterfeit Relic, marvellous present of,
110. Of the archangel Ga-
Religions, divers, the spawn of
tolerance, 7. Falling off, 8.
Respuestas, Lus, 400, extracts When they raised contribu- Sailors' swearing and praying
tions for Charles, 1639, the just the same, 125.
Amantes de Teruel, 254.256,
Ronas, the Indian grape, so 287, 293.
376, Good consideration
bitation of Libanus, 479. creation," ib.
mingo from the Moslem, no ornament, 210. Epitaph
on Fr. Manoel, ib.
their saltness by soaking in
Sam, the juice of, and its
Samaritan Fable, 653.
Sanctuary, question of, 90.
Sand, White, sprinkled on
stacks, a preventative against
remark on the quarrel be- SANDERSON, BISHOP, his in.
146, Indemnified with lands, mentation of small vicarages,
sermons, 31. His Visita-
Rushlights, the antiquity of, 91. His assertion that the
tr. of Ware's Antiq. of Ire- Presbyterianism meet, 195.
Sannyasi, the, their austere life
according to the Institutes
of Menu, 493.
prosper in his hands, 206. met's paradise, 575.
Sarazen and Ring, sport of,
Sartrina, the, in religious
Sack, a cure for foot soreness, houses, i.e. the tailor's office,
cholas Ferrar, in walking Satan, delusions of, 20. Stra-
tagems of, 46.