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on the reduction of, after a Bacon, Lord, remarks of, 637. | BEACCHAMP, RICHARD, Earle
BEACNOST AND FLETCHER, TE-
Bug pipes,graziers' cattle feed. marks on, 306, &c. Extraits,
457,9; 635, &c. 646, ac.
ligous 1) or old Binetit of - considered by Suthey to Bearers, formerly in Wales,
Account of one, 438.
Banguy, burnt bis sermons, logue, 193.
Bre, why a fool, 198.
Ballais, subjects for, 95. Beech and Beech-mast, 164.
in the Forest of Dean, 201.
cophr. v. 121, and Etymol. Bumboro gh, story about, 367. Bee hires, carried to the Moors,
Beer, bottled, origin of, 390.
or, Iowan's Tongue, 172. as large as a bustard, 367. The breed of, discouraged in
Beggar of Moorfield, story of,
Baptists, why they seceded 396.
BARBER,Tue, his consequence, BELLAY, Epitaph by, and
Translation of by R. S. 73.
Anecdote of, unde? 436. Opi. | Barkow, extracts from, 626, ihey's love for, 7. Accounts
of, 389, 400, 417, 418, 447.
that the serpent eats one ere Berkeley, old woman of, 124.
tracts from, 320.
Berwick, omitted in the first
Income Tax Bill, story of,
Bear, the Dancing, hints for Betele, vermilion dye of, for
when speaking of an infa- his paws, 199. Story of one BETTINELLI P. SAVERIO, son-
who could play the piano, net by, 49, Translation of,
tion on the carnage at, 702.
remarks on, 334.
Birds, extracts relative to, 168. Brazil, thick heads in, 171. Burgomaster, strange mode of
Of the Bermudas that bur. Breath, Ill, strange cure for, choosing, 454.
BURGOINGNE, DUC DE, Lettres
Brick, custom of building with, envoyées de, par le Roy d'An-
gleterre au, 21. Charles the
Warlike, Duke of, 104, 109,
Burial, Royal and Noble Modes
Burke the miscreant, affrighted
in his sleep, 708.
ser, 312. Complimented by
Lord G. Gordon, 689. His
ably impressed with, 392.
Goodness of the water of,
saying on Pitt's Economical
Bill, 689. On the Growth
of Atheism, 700.
Devil's dust in Latimer's
BURNET, SIR THomas, son of
Bishop, saying of, 350.
Burnet's Theoria Sacra, ad.
mired by Southey and
marks on, 315. Extracts,
Burning, better than Inter.
Burrough, or Burgh, Hutchin.
son's remark on name, 618.
537. LORD, 666, 688.
tracts, 467-8, 473-4.
BUSHELL’s Wells, account of
at Enstone, 405.
Sir Thomas, tradition about, Butterfly, pretty lines of Hall
Estimate, &c. 342.
Cader Idris, 242.
ter of Southey's, 334.
CÆCILIA, St., 67; sermons
preached on her day as late
as 1713, 703.
CAFFARELLI, the singer, his
Sermon by James Granger,
501, 640. 658.
CALVERT, F. LORD Balti.
MORE, works of, 348.
Calvinistic Teachers, 716.
CALVIN's Institutes, Boling.
Clubs of Bold Bucks,&c. 377.
broke's remarks on, 410.
Ferrex and Porrex, to settle from, 57, 61, 62.
the succession, 323.
Camel, called the Ship of the
souls, Ib.; taught to dance,
Progress, 221. Remark of, CAMILLUS LEONARDUB, Mirror
Canary Fanciers, pattern bird
king up the freedom of one Canova's genius first manifest
at Alnwick, 419.
ed in modelling butter, 510.
Captuin, sea, gallant exclama- Chuma Gigas, great shell, 7. Church of England, has re
CHAMBERLAYNE, author of the nounced hidden things of
fice compatible with Speaker Churches, want of in large
Charitable men, St. Chrysos. CHURCHILL, extracts from and
CHARLEMAGNE and his Mis-Churchyards, Welsh, account of
from Booker's Malvern, 104;
CHARLES I., omens of his fate, a lesson to be learnt fra
wich one by some drunken
according to H. Walpole, 620. Ciborium, meaning of, 283.
Circassian Gentleman, 237.
CHAUCER, extracts relative to, Circelliones, or, wandering
Child-Murder, Indian woman's CLARA, the Beata of Madrid,
CLARENDON, LORD, honest ad.
Chinese taste, increase of, 339. vice of, 687; his saying re-
in Reformed Churches, 687.
Chelmsford, antiquity of the CLARKE, ADAM, extracts from,
505, 707, &c.
Chestnut trees at Tortworth, CLAUDIAN, extracts from, 221.
Clergy, a beggarly, says Ful.
a Roman Emperor, Harold rupt religion, 696.
travelling together, &c., 400. after the battle of Hastings, a project to show men's
birth, &c. 712.
CHEVERNY,CHANCELLOR, pret. Clover, American, 537.
Clovis, christening of, 71.
Chimney-sweepers, women em. shipping of, 393.
Course expressions, instead of
tion of, 151; L'Amour de same day's shearing,395,482.
Christiad, the, poem by Robert Cockatoo, unruly one, 389.
Cock-crower, the king's, office
Christian principles, duty of of? 375.
Cockmate and Copesmate,query,
the same, 299, 300,
Christmas Tale, ideas for, 275. | Coffin-rings, use of, 445.
Story of, 402, 403.
Colombiade La, extracts from, 1 CRANMER, ABP., said by Ful.
ler to have had an amiable
Craw-fish, discharges its own Dagenham Breach, irruption of
DAGOBERT, his soul fought for,
stances of English, 359. Dallini, or, Irish horsemen, 15.
Cricket-match between married DANBY, WILLIAM, extracts,
ers with one arm and one Dancing, extracts relative to,
388, 415, 434, 566, 604.
Crimes, duty of exposing, 51. Dandies, Cambridge ones, 403.
of the word, 171.
Dareira, or, gnat of the Nile,
thers saw it in every thing, DAVENANT, SIR WILLIAM, re.
marks on, 292; extracts from,
pearance when playing the curious account of a tame David, St. 54.
one, 411;. caught in Italy | Davies, HOWEL, Whitefield's
Welsh coadjutor, story of,
gin of the name, 498. Davy, Sir HUMPHREY, reply
Dead, spirits of, 229; dead,
Crune, or Croon, to bellow like the, extracts relative to, 579,
Cuckoo, stuttering one? 535. Dead Letter Office, story from,
phalic powder in, 436. Death, the bitterness of, 85;
Adam from his remotest de.
two inches in diameter, 393. count of a sailor's death at
sea, 627; extracts, 542, 544.
the veracity of his adven- of from churchyard, 122.
Deer, wounded, lie on the
religion and order, 195. rus" for cure, see note, 547.
in the Alps, proud of their a salamander by Marlboro', Delta Scenery, 180.
Demigod's death, effects of,
Cypresses, duration of, 74. Demoniacal possession, 693.
Δήμος Ονείρων, 243.
DENNY, SIR WILLIAM, his Pe-
lecanisidium, &c. 305.
Dens inusitate belluæ, 37.
DERMODT, Thomas, account
Newfoundland dog's puppy the Romans, 434; fad of a
inherited its mother's tricks, German princess, 460; way
gone to heaven, story of, ed against Sir William Jones,
363; hunt of wild one, 369; 510.
famished, 370; instinct, 371;
one, 378; the pride of old
. Eagles, scared by lightning, 5;
due, 195; visit to St. An- Romans, 443, 478, 482; af- 142.
Dou Danael, the destruction about, 359.
Easter-trte, 116; water-tilts,
the sick, 290.
Eaters, great ones, 558.
corroded the wood the Greeks 612, 620-1; poems, 647-8. to Bernal Diaz, 633.
Doome's-day, Lord Sterlinge's, Ebb Tide, more rapid than the
Edhowain, court or palace of,
tion of in Somersetshire, 424. he took off a tax, 193.
Dramatist's English, extracts EDWARDS, Thomas, author of
Canons of Criticism, 351.
Dreams, extracts relative to, 112.
and ill qualities in society, Drowned persons, Finlanders Eel, skinning of, barbarous
said to recover after two or story of, 356; how one came
in at a bedroom window,371;
Druids, United Lodges of, ce. story of the man with eels
in his inside, 402; mere so
who ? 122.
Dryden, remarks on, and ex. Egypt, night in, 223; their
tracts relative to, 328; medicine wholly upon astro-
Charles, his eldest son, usher logical or magical grounds,
Ducking-stool, a legal punish Elden Hole, 243.
Election trick, 392.
Electricity, cure for agues, 436.
Elephants, majestic bearing of,
Dulness, Triumph of, a poem, 541.
ELIDORE, descent of, 139.
for joy at her succession-