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the night came in which it was no longer appointed that he should labour. And be it ever recollected, that although he wrote for his daily bread, and it never failed him, (which was a reward of his faith and truthfulness), yet did he never write a single word or line populo ut placerent fabulce!

It is the learned Barrow, in his Sermon Of Industry in our Particular Calling as Scholars, that has these words:—"Dignum laude virum Musa vetat mori; learning consecrateth itself and its subject together to immortal remembrance. It is a calling that fitteth a man for all conditions and fortunes; so that he can enjoy prosperity with moderation, and sustain adversity with comfort; he that loveth a Book will never want a faithful friend, a wholesome counsellor, a cheerful companion, an effectual comforter. By study, by reading, by thinking, one may innocently divert and pleasantly entertain himself, as in all weathers, so in all fortunes." Thus did the lamented Southey, rooted and grounded in the Faith 1 And with these words, Gentle And Courteous Reader, I commend to thee the several Series of his (JTotninon |@IflC£


"He that affecteth God in chief,

And as himself his neighbour;
May still enjoy a happy life,

AUhvish he lire b'j lubour!"—G. Witiieb.


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Abbe Dc Bos, saying of, that

different ideas are as plants

or flowers, 612.
Abdera, law at, relative to the

dissipation i>f patrimony ,456.
Abdol Motalleb, father of

Mahomet, 177.
Aberfraw Palace, 61.
Abrojos, used in Columbus'

Journal, 699.
Adam, yearly meeting of those

so called in 1681, 373.
Adam's first Wtfe, 85.
Adder's-tongueFern, 29.
Adites, tribe of, 97.
Advocate of Poictiers, story of,

and results, 713.
^esop, good morals in, and in

Reynard the Fox too, 621.
African Mule Monsters, 75.
Aggawam, cobler of, 622. Ex-
tracts, 681.
Agla, what, 432.
Agnes Sorkl And Charles,

death of, 26.
Agnes, St. name explained,


Agriculturists, seditious when
provisions are cheap, 667.

Agues cured by electricity, 436.
By fear, 441. By the fourth
Book of the Iliad. 507.

Agjei, sort of directing Posts,

Aignan, St. 59.

Anuria, what? See Meurs.
Gloss. Grace. Barb, in v. 432.

Akbak's Seal, Motto on, 450.

Akenside, 343.

Alaodin's Paradise, 84.

Ale-house, parsonage in Lang-
dale formerly licensed for,
537.' i

Aleander, Cardinal, his epi-
taph, 390.

Ale bottles, letters sent in, 505.

AUrion, heraldic term, 399.

Alhama, La gran Perdida de,
original and translation, 262-
265. Like tin- Han: de l adies
forbidden to be sung, 265.

Alkambra, perfumed room in,

Ali's Sons, Death of, celebrated,

Alleine, Richard, his Vindi-

cia Pietatis, 399.
All Souls' Day, customs on, at

Naples and Salerno, 163.
Allumte, heraldic term, 432.
Alnwick, the miry pool of, 419.
Alfhery Mokepher, history

of, 399.

Almanack, Egyptian, 165.
Story of one at Kendal, 354.

A loes, cloth for pantaloons mode
from, 395.

Alphington, near Exeter, wo-
men freak there, 380.

Alonso De Ercllla, author of
the Araucana, so called from
Arauco, a mountain province
of Chili. — Q. R. vol. 87, p.
317, 16.

Amant, St. extracts, 433.

Amatory Poems, general con-
demnation of, 258.

A merican Satage, old age of, 39.
Servants, object to answer-
ing a bell, 365.

Amphiarans, Descent of, 227.

Amrteta-cup of Immortality,

Amusements, Public, 368.

Anatomy, subjects begged for,
588. Discovery of the Lac-
teals, ib.

Anattn, use of, 399.

Ancestry, one good effect of, 79.

Ancillon, remarks of, 439.

Anecdotes for Espriella, 358.
And gleanings, 540, &c.

Anger, remark on, 625.

Animals, Arabian, 110-112,
175. Not morally respon-
sible, 593. Saying of Cana-
dian Indians about, 607.
Slaughtered in London,in the
year 1810, 392. Have rea-
soning, 428. Redemption
for, 446. Extracts, 541.

Antimony, red oil of the glass
of, 436, 546.

Apes, venerable ones in Guinea,

Apium Raninum, root of, best
medicine for swine, 574.

Apollo, victim to, 58.

Appleby Assizes, way of doing
justice at, 397.

Appleby, pretty town, 532.

Apple trees, wassailing and
howling of, 380-1.

Arabian Scenery, extracts rela-
tive to, 102. Horses, 109.
Atmosphere,—birds, beasts,
and plants, 110-112. Hospi-
tality, ib.

Arabs, denotement of, 105.
Corrupted the science of me-
dicine, 438.

Araucan Song during Thunder
Storm, 199.

Araucana, extracts from, 630.

Arc, Joan or, 17.

Archimedes, his rams, who by
their bleating shewed which
way the wind Hew, 613.

Archt, Charles the First's
fool, died at Arthuset, in
Cumberland, 368.

Aretine Leonardo, his use of
mtchi for mihi, 643.

Army, Pomp of, 62. Remarks
on the reduction of, after a
war, 666.

Arnold or Brescia, account
of, 28, 141.

Arrows, 63. Of disease, 431.

^rt, Benefit of, at Viccnia, ana-
logous to our old Benefit of
Clergy, 399.

Arunit:i Marble*, how abused,

Arnndelst, what,and whence de-
rived, 238.

A unit at hnminnm, Casaubon's
remark on, 644.

Aiker, An, i.e. a beggar, 364.

At/Kilox. See SehoY. in Ly-
cophr. T. 121, and Etymol.
Mag. in T. Aristotle writes
'AapaXat.. Cf. Hist. Animal,
lib. i. 1,9. riii. 28, 433.

Aspen-poplar, Tnfod y Mire bens,
or, Woman's Tongue, 173.

At*, singular taste uf one fur
tobacco, 593. A student of
philosophy, 363.

Aurora, remarks on, 279.

Astronomy,Turkish, 156. Hin-
doo prolixity, 435.

Alone, meaning of, 2S8.

Attila, the sword of, 241.

Augustine, saying of, 630.
Anecdote of, unde/436. Opi-
nion of the human soul, 479.

Aurora Borealis, Captain T.
Suuthey's account of, 6, 162
North and South Indian's
name for, F.d-thin, 168.

Ausonius, beautiful epigram
of, 456.

Avals, i. e. to descend, 89.

Avarice ever finds in itself mat-
ter of ambition, 637. Itsown
plague, 718.

Awkwardness at Court, 44.

Ayscouoh, Sirlzaac Newton's
uncle, his absence of mind,

Azineour, Song on the Battle of,


Babeb Emperor, saying of,
when speaking of an infa-
mous deed, 684.

Babel, derivation of! 582.

Bachaumont, Mem. See. ex-
tracts, 573, 617, 621.

Bachelor*' Buttons, 244.

Bachelor, i. e. Bat Chevalier,

Bacon, Lord, remarks of, 637.

Baddelet, the comedian, be-
quest of, 398.

Bag-pipes, gmiers' cattle feed-
ing to the sound of, 393.

Bahar Danush, extracts from,
— considered by Sou they to
be a remarkable work, 213.

Baldeb, The Grave of, 27.

Bai.out, burnt his sermons,
why'! 709.

Ballade, subjects for, 95.

Balm, great use of in Egypt,

Balt or Belt, account of in

Hindoo Mythology, 251.
Bamhorovgh, story about, 367.
Hampton, Oxon, custom of the

vicars of, 395.
Banjct, temples used as, 685.
Bantam*, the Javanese, nearly

as large as a bustard, 367.
Bajtista I'obta, observation

of, 476.

Baptists, why they seceded
from the Evangelical Maga-
zine, 410.

Babber,the, his consequence,


Bardtay, island of, 140.
Barons, palace pomp of, 151.
Barrow, extracts from, 626,

Barruel, Abbe, extracts

from, 381-383.
Bartholomew-tide Sports, 118.
Barton in the Bean*, 341.
Bath/nine**—" rosy modesty,"


Bat, short and quick cry of,
201. Dips the breast like
the swallow, 202. Proverb
that the serpent eats one ere
he comes to tie a dragon, 710.

Bath and Bristol, frightened
by a prophet, 385.

Battle, shades of, 241.

Bauson, or Stuffed Sentinel,

Bayes,repaitrede, phrase of, 71.

Bean-belly. Leicestershire. 341.

Bear, the Dancing, hints for
Poemlingon, 198. Sucking
his paws, 199. Story of one
who could play the piano,

Beards, extracts relative to,

500, 598.
Beasts, examples to men, 592.
Beattie, extracts from, and

remarks on, 334.

Be Alchamp, Richard, Early
Warwick, 270.

Beaumont And Fletcher, re-
marks on, 306, ice. Extracts.
457, 9; 635, iic 646, ice.
657, &c.

Bearer*, formerly in Wales,
140. Account of one, 43S.

Bedminster, subject fur an Ec-
logue, 193.

Bee, why a fool, 198.

Beech and Beech-mast, 164.
Hichness of the beech-trees
in the Forest of Dean, 201.

Brdare and dare, the same word,

Bee hires, carried to the Moors,

why, 709.
Beer,'bottled, origin of, 390.
Bees, seem formerly to have

been destroyed by water, 16.'

The breed of, discouraged in j

wine countries, why? 701.
Beggar of Moorfield, story of,


Beings, Scale of, 576.

Bellakmine, 430.

Bella r, Epitaph by, and

Translation of by R. S. 73. I
Bell-ringing, its music—" the

poetry of steeples"—Sou-

they's lore far, 7. Accounts

Of, 389, 400, 417, 418, 447.
Bells, extracts relative to, 425,

477, 582.
Benevolence, Practical, curious

letter, 623.
Benin, notions in the kingdom

of, 246.

Benezet, Axtont, saying of,

Benserade, 641.

Berkeley, old woman of, 124.

Behnal Diaz, saying of, 633.

Bernards', Isle of Man, ex-
tracts from, 320.

Bertrand or Clesot-in.
death of, 109.

Berwick, omitted in the first
Income Tax BUI, story of.

Betele, vermilion dye of, for
lips, 257.

Bettinklli P. Saverio, son-
net by, 49. Translation of,

Bhurtpore, an officer's observa-
tion on the carnage at, 702.

Bible, English sailors' love for,

Birds, extracts relative to, 168.
Of the Bermudas that bur-
row, 592. Education of sing-
ing birds, 510.

Bishop, Samuel, Poetical
Works, 309. Shews in his
domestic poems a very ami-
able and happy feeling of du-
ties and enjoyments, &c. ib.

Bisk, i. e. to ink so as to be il-
legible, 399.

Blackbird and H'oodlark, notice
of, 152. .

Blame my Nose! softened im-
precation, 477.

Blanchard Alain, 70.

Blank Verse, Irregular, re-
marks on, 1.

Blind, funds for, at Christ's
Hospital, 387.

Blood, Circulation of? allusion
to, in Eccles. xii. 546.

Boar, a Norfolk one, ridden
four and a quarter miles by
his master, 415.

Boar's head, 174.

Boat like an Eagle, 67.

Bo.dmer'b Noachid, a bad
Poem, 2.

Bolingbroke, remark on
Calvin's Institutes, reported
through Madan, 410.

Bombast, Spanish, 259.

Bonaparte and Dr. Solomon,
confusion of, 365.

Bone Manure, 388.

Bonfires, Festival, 116.

Book, occupations necessary
to produce one, 450. When
new, 692. A friend, 725.

Bans Esprits, and beaux.esprits,

Book-keeper, correct and in-
correct, P. Tompkin's, death
of, 390.

Bosweix had a faculty for man-
ners, said Adam Smith,617.

Botany, Medical, extracts, 573.

Bouciiet, Serees, 704.

Bourg de Bar, le Capitaine, 170.

BoVIUS, Thomas, an Empiric,
his Hercules and Aurum Po-
tabile, 436.

Bowdwoin, James, astrono-
mical opinions of, 431.

Bowles Caroline, i. e. Mrs.
Southey, remark of, 621.

Bracha,Gallia Braccata,SiC.A0.

Brama, how he first made man,

Rramins, 238. .

Brazil, thick heads in, 171.
Breath, BJ, strange cure for,

Brick, custom of building with,
when introduced, 400.

Brescia, Arnald of, 141.

Bretagne, Traditions in, 240.

Bkecse, The Lady, 174.

Brimstone, Great Sergeanty
Tenure of, 175.

Bride Ale, 361.

Britain, the thirteen rarities of,

Bristol, H. Walpole not favour-
ably impressed with, 392.
Goodness of the water of,

Broad-cloth, deterioration of by
Devil's dust in Latimer's
time, 610.

Broads, meaning of the term,

Brooke, Lord, his Poems, re-
marks on, 315. Extracts,
647-649, 691.

Brougham Cast fine ruin, 532,
537. Lord, 666, 688.

Brough Bells, story of, and Bal-
lad, 422.

Brouohton's Diet, of all Re-
ligions, extracts from, 121,2.

Brown, John, remarks on his
Estimate, &c. 342.

Browne, Sir T. favourite wri-
ter of Southey's, 334.

Bruce,TheHeartof,172. Ex-
tracts from "The," 217.

Bruciud, not a good Poem, 633.

Brute Creation, Apology for,
Sermon by James Granger,

Brutere La, extracts from,

645, 669.
Buck, St. Paul's, 120, 414.

Clubs of BoldBucks,&c.377.
Buckiiurst, Lord, advice in

Ferrex and Porrex,to settle

the succession, 323.
Bull-Baiting, Dr. Parr fond of,


Bunt An, John, of his Pilgrim's
Progress, 221. Remark of,
on lies and slanders, 691.

Burbolts, kind of fish, Gadus
Lota, of Linnceus, 607.

Burgess, curious custom of ta-
king up the freedom of one
at Alnwick, 419.

Burgomaster, strange mode of
choosing, 454.

Bukgoingne, Due De, Lettre*
encoyies de, par le Roy d'An-
gleterreau,2\. Charles the
Warlike, Duke of, 104, 109,
115, 164.

Burial, Royal and Noble Modes
of, 133.

Buried Money, story of, 426.

Burke themiscreant, atfrighted
in his sleep, 708.

Burke,his admiration of Spen-
ser, 312. Complimented by
Lord G. Gordon, 689. His
saying on Pitt's Economical
Bill, 689. On the Growth
of Atheism, 700.

Burnet, Sir Thomas, son of
Bishop, saying of, 350.

Burnet's Theoria Sacra, ad-
mired by Southey and
Wordsworth, 184.

Burning, better than Inter-
ment, 195.

Burrdugh, or Burgh, Hutchin-
son's remark on name, 618.

Burton, Anat. of Mel. ex-
tracts, 467-8, 473-4.

Bushell's WeUs, account of
at Enstone, 405.

Butterfly, pretty lines of Hall
Hartston's, 661.


Coder Idris, 242.

Cecilia, St., 67; sermons

preached on her day as late

as 1713, 7031
Caffarelli, the singer, his

wealth, 433.
Calderon, extracts, 468,471,

501, 640. 658.
Calvert, F. Lord Balti-
More, works of, 348.
CaMnistic Teachers, 716.
Calvin's Institutes, Boling-

broke's remarks on, 410.
Camden, dough's, quotations

from, 57, 61, 62.
Camel, called the Ship of the

Land, 176; conveyors of

souls, Ib.; taught to dance,


Camillub Leonardus, Mirror

of Stones, 46.
Camoens, 627.

Canary Fanciers, pattern bird

of, 433.
Canova's genius first manifest

ed in modelling butter, 510.

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