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833, 831, 8 IS; engraving of his election,
engraving of, 1153.
day, in 939.
Herefordshire, "crying the mare" in, 1163;
grigglmg, and making of cider in, 1269.
Ileriot's hospital, Edinburgh, engraving
and notice of, and also of the founder,
746, 747; his arms and autograph, 913.
Herod and Herodias, 1140.
Ilighgate, swearing on the horns at, 79,
13; similar in England, 73.
Charies, actor, anecdote of, 1461.
Holy Thursday, custom on, 636.
horns prohibited to newsmen, 1276.
Hosier, admiral, 1392.
Hot cross-buns, 410.
Hours, the three, of Christ's crucifixion,
celebration of, 421
against hail, 1237; of old English gen-
mate of London recommended, 3.
forest at Easter, 459, 460.
Idiots, curious account of one. 241.
some of them, SI I, 312, 315; colloquy
on images in churches, 1367; account
of digging up a gold image, 1606.
it, 732; singular colloquy touching
images and inscriptions in churches,
for lottery tickets, 1436, 1461, 1496;
curious trial about lottery insurance,
866; travelling in, represented, 839;
singular devotion in, relative to Christ's
passion, 411; superstitions touching
death in, 1012; lottery job in, 1457.
Jack Ketch and Newgale, notice of, 694.
Jackson, Thomas, inscription on, 390.
Jacobin club, origin of, 971.
Jam, blackberry, receipt for, 1116.
James I. and Ann of Denmark, marriage
II., notice of, 1320; ansedote touch-
January f 0, remarkable sermon preached
Java, curious and dreadful case of electri-
JavasQ, pretended birth-place of an im-
Jekvll, sir J., obnoxious through the gin
Jenkins, Henry, older than Old Parr, engra-
Jersey, earl of, 1S76.
"Jesus, Maria, Joseph," &c, extract from
Jewels, of queen Ann of Denmark, notice
Jews, two procured to be baptized the
Johnson, Dr. S., remarks on, 271,
Jones, John, of Wandsworth, notice and
Joseph of Arimathea, and the Glast nbury
Joshua, I lie inventor of lotteries, 1529.
Judas the traitor, 425.
Judircs, dancing round the coal Ore, custom
Juggling, outdone by science, 780.
Justice, II., esq., transported for stealing
Keats, John, died, 250.
Kensington palace, supposed long subter-
Kent, customs in, 1162, 1612; IVeald of
Keppel, A. J. V., first earl of Albemarle,
Ketch. (Jack) and Newgate, 694.
Keys, Mr., melancholy case of, 1459.
Kidlingten, Oxfordshire, festival called
Kilburn, John,cheap travelling of, T3I.
Kilmarnock, earl of, executed, 1096.
Kindness, natural to women, 1614.
Kings* speeches, notice of one of James I.,
Kingshill.at Rochfort, Essex, lawless court
Kirklees, Yorkshire, 1638.
Kitchen-maid, engraving of one in a lottery
Kitchener, Dr., 1550.
Knill, John,esq., patron of athletic exer-
Ladies, wedding preparations of one in
action at, 1389. See Trials.
Oliver Cromwell to, 911.
of his museum, 985—991.
upon a theatre at Venice, 1130, 1132.
notice of, 1111.
139 J. .
Linen, Irish, remarkably One pieces of,
Linton, Kent, custom of "doleing" at, 1627.
Literature, dramatic, instance of fertility
Little John, and Robin Hoo 1, 1634, &c.
Liltlecotes-house, Buckinghamshire, de-
Living, reasons for, 1591.
Lockslev, in Ivanhoe, representative of
London, Howard's treatise on its climate
Journal in 17SI on lotteries, 1451.
Long, Edward, his ludicrous "Trial of a
Longforgan, in Scotland, custom at, 1175.
Lopez de Vega, died, notice of. 1132.
Lord-mayor, celebration of his day, 1132;
Loscoe, Derbyshire, the miser of, 1192.
Loslwithiel, Cornwall, custom at, 411.
Lothian, (Mid) Lammas towers in, 1051.
Lotteries, engravings and very numerous
Love, satire on the popular representation
lane, Camberwell, 1101.
tokens, formerly given, 1100.
, David, engraving and notice of, 225,
Lovelace, col. R., notice of, 561.
Lovers, dream of one, 1589.
Luck in lotteries, curious instance of, 1461.
Lucky numbers in lotteries, notices of,
Ludgate-hill, engraving rela'ive to old
Lully, J. B., notice of, 403.
I .it in If y. lord, 1376.
Lunar halo.extraordinary, 1537.
Lunn, Sally, buns of. 1561.
Lusus naturae, accounts of, 444, 445.
Lyings in, cus'.om at, 1381.
Lynn, custom at, 223.
Macdonald, Flora, 1 U8.
Magdaleneide, a curious poem so called,
Maids, (the two Biddenden.) account and
engraving of, 412, 413.
Man wiin the iron mask, 1559.
Mansfield, earl of, his autograph, 896.
Mantle-pieces, use of, 1350.
Manuscripts, accidental loss of valuable-
March, J. C, epitaph on, 478.
Mare, crying the, custom of, 1163.
Margarets, William, a rogue in grain. 799.
Marl, ninepenny, game called, 983, 1661.
Marlborough, duke of, 794
Marriages, a singularly disproportioned
Marseilles, thunny fishing at, 647; festival
Martyr's sione at Hadleigh, Suffolk, 319.
Marvel, Andrew, died, notice of, 1095.
Mary,(ihe Virgin,) Romish titles of, 1610
Mask, iron, the man with the, 1559.
Mason, col., concentrates Norfolk fes-
Mass, (Cow,) at Dunkirk, description of,
Massacre of St. Bartholomew, notice of,
Massey, Mr. \V., his account of election of
Matches, burlesque company for making
Matthews at home, engraving and notice
Maundy Thursday, celebration of, at
-dew, notice and engraving abuut
gathering of, 610.
Mayo, Ben, " the old general" of Notting-
Mayors, of Bartlemass, 1045; of Garrett,
May-pole, njravings and notices of, 571,
Measures and weights, 126.
M>jt, over-fed,satire on, 1547.
Medley of human faces, 1537.
Me chants, emblem for, 1337.
Mercury,engraving of, ih.
Merit, curious order of, at Paris, 696.
Merlin's cave in Richmond gardens, 1108.
Merriman, Mr., at faiis, 1391.
Mid-Lothian, Lammas towers in, 105J.
Middleton Monday, 1571.
Milk-maids, engraving of one in a lottery
Minden, battle of, 1638.
Minerva, engraving and notice of, 468.
Miser of Loscoe, 1193.
Model lottery, 1583.
Money, turning of, on new moon of new
Montague, Mrs., her annual dinner to chim-
Montgolfler, Messrs., 1567.
Months, Woolley's curious representation
Moody, Joe, 683.
Moon, accounts of lunar rainbows, 1229,
More, sirT., credulity of, 425.
Morecroft, Mr. T, (the Spectator's Will
Morris, nine men's, game called, 983,1661.
, captain T., ditd, 221.
Mosely. Dr., a curious criticism of, 143.
Mother of God, curious address to, 1089.
Mountebanks at White Conduit-house in
Mountgoddard-street, London, 1137.
Mulberries, numerous kinds of, 1069,&c.
Munden, the actor, notice of, 891.
Murder, ludicrous trial of a dog for, 198.
Murphy, Arthur, author, notice of, 797.
Museum, Leveiian, engraving and notice
Music, of a harvest cry, 1171; Canada and
"My son,sir," ludicrous engraving, 1542.
Mysteries, old dramas, notice of, 500.
Nanneu, the haunted oak of, in Wales, 1022.
CrumM.'ll about, 911.
established in, 6£ 9 ; engraving, 671.
Hornsey, engraving of, 1311; New River
eclogue, notice of, 155).
book of, 487; house of God, charily at,
tht newt ir. one, 1362.
Niblet, Mr., died 1095.
Nichols, Mr., John, Dr. S. Parr's letter
to, on king Richards well, 1107; respect
ful notice of him, 1641.
bacco to Europe, 398.
Oaks, the haunted oak of Nanneu, 1022;
Oaths, form of the Dunmow oath, 80S, 807 ,
Oddities. Whims and, Mr. Hood's book
Ody, Joe, 1371, 1581.
Oil used for stilling waves, 191, 254.
Old English squires or gentlemen, then
general Ben, of Nottingham, 1569.
Lady, the, picture of, 189.
Whig, the, newspaper described,
Oldham, Lancashire,hedgehogs abounding
Opera arm-chairs, 630.
Optical illusions, 1559.
Orders, female order of merit at Paris,
Orford, lord, his account of archbishop
Organ, disposal of a very curious one by
Orsedew, explanation of, 1263.
Osnaburg, lottery in, 1381.
Oven, heat of, resisted by Monsieur Cha
Owen, Glendower, 1026.
Owl and duck, cruel amusement with, 1403
Ox, Durham, complaint of, 1347.
Oxfor1, gazette first published at, 1884.
Paddington, customs at, 449,577; notice of
Paisley. Ilallow-eve tires, 18J9.
PalameJe, a Ash highly valued, 648
I'\im Sunday, pageants on, 390, 392.
Palmer worm, notice of. 1128.
Pancras, Roman station at, 1315, 1566.
I'andolfo Attonito, or lord Galloway's la-
Panyer Alley, engraving of an effigy on a
Papegwajt French amusement of shooting
Paris, festival of cobblers at, 1054.
Parish beadle, 1558.
Parker, John, curious caligraphy by, 1815.
Parkinson, Mr., obtains Ihe Levenan mu-
Parkyns, sir T., notice of, 874.
Parliaments, the only one within memory,
Parr, Dr. 8., letter from, on king Rich-
Parrots, engraving of a street image of
Passing Bell, origin of, 185.
Passion Wednesday, celebration of, at
Patch, alia* Price, Charles, lottery office-
Paths, field, 903.
Paul Pry, letter from, 49.
Puul's Cathedral,notice of ball ami cross on,
Cross, history of, 414.
Pauntley, agricultural custom in, 98.
Peak of Derbyshire, custom of, 451 ; pecu-
Peerages, now existing, prior to Henry
Peers, king William's, notices of, 1874.
Penderill family, anecdote of, 857.
Penny lottery, 1481.
Pentonville, Roman remains at, 1197,1566.
Peppard revel, advertisement of, 678.
Pepya', Mr., notice of gathering May-dew,
Peru, harvest customs in, 1162.
Peter, the Lombard, immaculate conception
Peter's, St., at Rome, celehration of Easter
Petrarch, his notice of the cavern of Sainte
Phillip*, sir It., his description of Garrett,
Phrenological illustrations by Cruikshank,
Physicians, the wonderful one, 477.
Piccadilly, origin of, 381.
Pictures in churches, curious collouut un
lice of, 1118.
appearance in London, 1336; apparatus
for printing, 72.
635; taken, or pretended to be so, in
large quantities, with impunity, 771.
forger, 1178, &c.
of, 1S78, &c.
a lottery, 1461.
queen Elizabeth, 419
flocks of birds near, 1139.
tice and engravings of, 1470.
calicoes, a chemical black for, 869. press at St. James's, notices cun