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Scorpion and Mouse, matched | Sheep and Goats, what? 42. growing young, 324.
sea, a sign of land, 578.
Ancient care of, in Wales, des, 530. Remedy against,
Snuff, to take it in, i.e. to be
poor estate the cause of more Snufflers, Puritanical, “As if
through the nose,” 153.
Shin-wood, why so called, 605. Soap, vegetable, in India, 429.
fed, fearless of death and
deputy of Ireland, 198. SONNINI, his account of the
Quoted, 490, 491, 492, 495,
Silk, interdicted by Mussul. | Sophia, Saint, the tesserated
eluded by the intermixture Sophis, head dress of, 409.
SORBIERE's mistake about a
Silver, the first got in Ireland, ship with two keels, and two
forks and ewers by the Eng.
mire their own language, ib.
Ballads, references to, 284. delslo's account of, 494, and Sortes Biblicæ, 113.
despises his, 365.
hood, 602. His brother's
from, 4. Drum ecclesiastics,
12. An orthodox man with.
Sisters, succession through, in out religion, 13. Mysteries
the revealed to the meek, 26.
Painful treatment of the
SKELTON, extracts from, 308. Christian ministry, 36. Un-
prepared ministry under the
usurpation, ib. Remarks on
tics, quoted, 69, 70, 72. Lawrell for Skelton, her Difference of ministrations,
God's witness of him.
fanatical preachers, 105.
Men's hearts most forestall
them in heaven, 106. World-
church, ib. Itch in the ear, of, concerning the root of all ped of Woolsley in Stafford-
STRYPE, 2. Expenses of the
three constant martyrs in
to make pilgrimage to Mec- Student's directions, according
ca, in their annual emigra- to the Institutes of Menu,
tion, 459. Of Tripolitza, 504.
Stuic, or, Stoc, what? 331.
described in Hoare's Giral- bucket rope, 616.
dus, 632. In Forbes's OriSubsidies, Strafford's care for
ental Memoirs, 634.
in Ireland, that the rich
STRAFFORD's Letters, extracts might bear the burden as
from, 134, &c. Would have well as the poor, 182.
in Elizabeth's reign, 638. forty, 135. Expression of SunrAC KING, the wailing of
the fortunes of, 512.
its sometime excellence, 610.
ion of, and of the Spaniards, 165. Thanks Laud for his by one Aquilon, a Canarian,
no one, but confession of a er of, 409.
Abp. of Tuam's valediction the Christians assembling to
Offered his life if he view from the steps of the
urge the King to Epis. Basilica of St. Peter discon-
stones of the Indians, 593. non-residents in Ireland as Superstition and Enthusiasm,
179., Constant integrity of, Superstitions, 302. Influence
trustiness, 191. Advises the of, ib. Razor-grass of, ib.
of fortune than adventurers, of, 3.
of, by Fynes Moryson, 348. Advises the re-establishment Suyzaros, the sword of, what ?
the King not to let gun. Swallow, the, a blood staunch-
why it nestles in his dwell-
if Strafford had lived, 203. buked and silenced, 115.
Intimacy with Vandyke, Sword, a warrior's, broad and
STEPlens, Edward, opinions si rawberry, large double crop- Sycamore Trees, near Dorches-
ter, described by De Foe as
can recompense for a certain Tlascallans, West Indian tribe
who have too much squinted 350. Persian love for, 493.
towards Moses, ib. Govern- Mildness of the Turkish,499.
ment of the church by bi- Indian smoking of, under de.
In- shops, ib. Lineally descend- liberation of great matters,
Diversity of saints, and their Toddy-tree, account of, from
particular charge, 389. Woodard's Narrative, &c.
nals, apposite to Cromwell, of the hornbeam, 592. Toilette, Women's, by V. Luisa
mongst the Banyans, 415. Toledo, Alcacer of, 261. Ad.
vantages of, 278. Verses on
Bay of grinding down the the wall of staircase in the
flammatory causes, 608. 0- Llewelyn, 320.
pinion of the Spaniards, 642. Toleration, during the great
racter of Spain, 643.
years before, 150.
glish polities that live only Tomich, PERE quoted, 341.
A good precedent for with-
Temporalities, wisdom in re- holding supplies, &c.- The
storing, without which no habit of a conqueror not the
habit of the conquered-Lo
Rey Ceremonios, 343.
cording to Dr. Winterbot- Tonga Mythology-Tonga Bo-
latoo, or, Island of the Gods,
626. Initiation of their chil.
dren in cruelty, 638.
Tongue, necessity of speaking
in one understood by the
people, 2. Division of tongues
after Adam's exile from Pa-
TORQUEMADA, his statement
that the Indian kings were
sion, and why, 576.
TORPES, SAINT, account of, and
Southey's intent to make a
poem of it, 378.
serpent's head, and used in Torquatus, &c. The Seven
Tortoise, age of, 598.
Establishes a ceiling of Mahomet Bey's
Preparations in death for a his powder failed, at the
the last use of this machine, Uniformity in Religion pre- Vestments, Priests and Stu-
dents, according to the In-
stitutes of Menu, 492.
Urns, Russian, heated by char- al, 668.
VIEYRA, the Jeremy Taylor
of Portugal, 259. Account
were not men, but Uros, 533. of Pedro II.'s first-born Son,
Ursula, and the 11,000 Virgins, 279. Queen Maria Fran-
cisca, 280-1. Pater-Nosters
and Ave-Marys in Portu-
His account of
to the English Canons being the Astrologer Merlino, and
fonso VI., 282, 385.
VILLAGRA, CAPITAN GASPAR
DE, Historia de la Nuera
quoted, 429. Abyssinian Mexico, 532.
– Thought to be Vine, the leaves of, a substitute
the immediate cause of the for tea, and the prunings
good for making vinegar and
The Painter and the Virgin,
days, uncommon in New-
the Virgin, as seen by S.
Francisco, 385. Image of,
at Venice, 621. The Pro-
companion of Pizarro, 656. testant Irish Gentleman and
VANDYKE, SIR ANTHONY, love the Virgin Mary, 656.
for Lady Stanhope, end Virnes CrisTOVAL DE, El
breach with, because she Monserrate de, 237, 271,229.
would not pay the price set Virtue, add to your faith, dif-
ferently understood by the
Puritans and St. Paul, 194.
Stratagematis et Sophisma- Viverra Putorius, Phosphoric
tis Politicis Societatis Jesu, properties of the urine of,561.
Volcano, the ashes of, carried
VARGAS Y Ponze, 262, 266, the distance of 300 leagues,
or more, 526. Volcanic
Vastil- House, destruction of islands, 586.
Verdicts, origin of finding con. gypt, 499. The disappoint-
trary to evidence in Ireland, ment which Egypt suggests,
507. Mountains of the U.
wrongly named, according to the Rivers, 535.
VOLTAIRE, and the Cid of Cor.
glish Roman Catholic fugi-
tives, 53. Preparations for
Rascall, the meaning of, 317. Wakes, question of, called by
The Li in English-Origin the Puritans a remnant of
Wales, devotion of, to Charles tification, 110. Why the WITGIFT, ARCHBISHOP,
care in drawing up his notes
the middle aged, 111. Near- for preaching, 117.
tracts from, 344. Blaosg, or Remarks on the Statute of duction of the New Song, 82.
- Perseverance in dry coffin of her insolvent hus.
pline-Wesley and Quaker- stance of the girdle, belt,
ness for not belonging to the chester's Divine Poems, 114. 356.
115-117. Unnecessary mark- Peti-suca and his wife Ma-
648. Ilis use of the word the Dèvatàs and the Daityas,
a Chancery bill — American end, 477. Hindoo lake of the
tion for exposing fanatics, England, 651. Fish waiting lowed love, 480.
for their prey round a water- Wind, the poison wind, what ?
pitality, 104. His College stance of new sight – His the forests of northern Eu-
Effect of hot,
434, &c. Indru and Gund. Loss of the art of music, 655. Wine, mixture of sacramental
with water, first introduced
low idol that spake -- The stomach, 334.
for a soothsayer, or a book
periment in, 623.
formed part of Ireland, Ro- from, 300, &c. Christmas
Carol by, 302. Mentions the
hunting of the martin and
list of, belonging to the Lit. Whickham, origin of the stra- branch and the yellow hose,
tum of burnt earth there, ib. Dainty dames and their
apparel, 304. Court her.
Whirlinds, called Dragons, dis- maphrodite-His detestation
men, ib. His horror of cox.
White, KIRKE, extracts from WITIZA, 275, 276.
papers of, 339, 343.
Witt's Recreations, extracts
from, 313, &c.
ton, alias DRINKWATER,
tory lightly esteemed by Dr. supposed death of, one of
earthquake at Lisbon, 28. of the clergy previous to his Wolves, rapacity of at Caun
His mi. pore, 648. Paming of one,