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Line, two kinds of in the neigb: Macked, their fond, 401. Vasthon, sounds on the plains
marks on, 410-1, 482; polio | MARGARET, ST., 69.
Manoc, Dotes for, 15; parti. MABIATALE, account of, in
Varixe, on board the Royal
Maggi CARLO MARIA, sonnet, Varriage Act, proof of the ne-
94; verses of, applicable &
cessity of, 396; ill effect of
Marriage, extracts relative to,
598, 605; better a relative
marry than a friend, why?
tesque, story for, 193.
614; saying of Plymouth
sailors about, 363, 563.
Marriage apportionment, Mar-
tin Heemskerke's 239.
Martinist, lodge of at Avignon,
London without one 356.
MARILLE of Stalimine, story
Charles I.'s death, 635.
sketch of, poem, 190.
Maldire Ingenuity, 246; cus- va, and Bras GARCIA, 629,
tom if one dies at sea, 375;
astonishment of a prince of Masonry, curious trial aboat.
374; derived from the Ten.
Mason, the poet, notes and es.
“ Malum bene positum non est tracts relative to, 294-296;
295; last book of the Gardes
Ph. Warwick's, 640.
miserably bad, 296.
MASSENGER, extracts from, and
remarks on, 331, 473.
Mass, horrors of, 674.
evening, one of the most
not identify Madoc with,- ones, 386.
the word, 301.
Manners, corruption of, 678; Materialism, 595.
censores morum, wanted, 686. Mathematics, and absence of
Mantras, or, Charms from Cey. mind running in a family,
lon, book of obtained by 713.
Mathraral, 54, 57.
provisions are dear, 667. extracts from, 124, 138.
from, 130, 131.
MAUNDEVILLE, extracts from, | Minehead, account of, and of the on English places of worship,
survived, saying of South,
Moravian Hymn, extract from,
MORE, SIR T., no one put to
was chancellor, 664.
butcher, story of, 618.
translation of, 265.
MOALLAKAT, extracts from, Moseley, ruin of, sonneton, 93.
Moss-cups, specific for hooping
Mob, the, Sheridan's opinion cough, 548.
Mother, one at the age of sixty-
Mourning Ale, 700.
MOHAMMED, intended poem, Mousell for Melast mus, &c. 714.
account of the image of Ma- chest, 675.
arrival at Medina, 178; 231.
flight of, 224.
MULLER, PETER ERASMUS, his
four distinct minds in man, tiguas, about, 237.
Mummies, Sir T. Browne's re-
on all sides, 674.
Music, what ? 221; power of,
Monkey, the primitive, 96; 243; sign of predestination,
monk and fish mortality, 436; a temper keeper, 472,
480, 484, 501, 568; strange
effects of, 571.
the kings of France are made Mysteries, 6, 44.
knights at the font when
Mystification, use of, 577.
Mythology, Catholic, 9.
Numes,extracts relative to, 468,
506, 542-3, 590, 606.
275 ; women of lay eggs, ac- 643.
the death of Mason, 294 ; her Negro Slave at Surinam, of a
strange remarks on Sir Phi. sacred order, story of, 366 ;
lip Sydney's Arcadia, 322; saying of the negroes of the
334; saying of H. Walpole's Neif, u, i.e, a bond woman,
82; customs after meat, 231; NELLY, the blue eyed,
just, 241; remark of a Moor 635.
Nequity, i.e. no equity. We NORDEN, extracts from, 228, Ossetes, Caucasian tribe, said to
be under the goverDHI
Ostrich, the intense sfxna:
writings, and remarks on, love for music, without which her egg,” Thalaba, p. 23
he could not have mastered 7. 120.
Othomacas, one of tbe rodesti
Noricegian Brothers, in the tor. the Orinois tribes; supa
themselves descended inol
Ottery, St. Mary, the best
Number Tuco, extracts about, place of Gower, and Boer
the Pastoral Poet, and Class
Nuns, formerly confessed by ridge, 522.
put a stop to owing to their traceable to Hindustan, 21.
curiosity, 432; at Ghent, Ovid wrote Getic verses in La
amused themselves with tin measure, 346.
country dances, 568. Orl, no worshipper of the light
592; the egg of, actori
to Pliny, a cure for a druska
Or-eye, i.e. a silver cup, 435.
Ouded, i.e. woaded, 286. Oxford, notes relative to, 485.
Oaks, Hankford's, 156; of the Oysters, Mr. Senhouse cu
forest, and of our fathers, nized the Solway Frith wità,
Oaths, extracts relative to, 591.
OBEYDALLA THE MOOR, Chris.
tian princess married to, 79.
chapter of, 419.
Paddington, curious custana
408; the Rev. J. S. Bet Bet
writes me word that it has'
Obserrations, Literary, 258. been observed within thi
Ocean-shells, the murmur of, memory of persons now lis-
ing,- and that there is a
an estate called the “ Bread
Offices, Good, requisites for, and Cheese Land.”
Pages, 151; amusements of.
shot wounds, 231.
Palencia, why rebuilt, 79.
story of, 365.
of Elliot's, 402.
the sense of, and Orator Hen: Orleans, siege of, 55; from Da- | Paper-mill, the first in Eng
land erected by John Speil
OSSAT, CARDINAL DE, 613. for the Evil ? 707.
Paradise, Californian, 96; ani. Peacocks, varied plumage of, | Philip, Augustus, reconciled
in the sun, 257.
to his Queen, 74.
Pearls, Mineral, query? 301. Philosophers, no absurdity un-
quickness of sight, 555. PHILOSTRATUS' Blount's, ex.
Phipsons of Colgarth, their
PEELE, GEORGE, extracts from covetousness, and the end
Phosphorus, discovery of, 436,
of, 547 ; praise of in Moliere,
550; bad ones purged and
merly licensed as an Ale. lileo led to the discovery of 554.
from observing the vibration Picts' Wall, visited by Scotch
Piebuld horse, he that rides has
Penryn, in Cornwall, story of a remedy for the king (?chin)
a party of Spaniards who cough, 531.
landed at, 405.
Pig, i. e. an apple puff, 417.
up of, 625; like a thief, Perch, first appearance of, in on, 197 ; ringing his nose,
198; not to be kept by small
in the Society Islands, 481;
love for, 514.
360; corrected one? 445;
ing milk, 469; voracious
collections and Journal Frag. Pigeon fancier, Herod one, 619.
ments, 514, &c.
Pigeon dung, set fire to the
Perurians, their ideas of the great Church at Pisa, 509.
der, 158; dirge over the
Pillow, wooden one of Upper
Pinch or Pluin, quiet saying,
Phallas, the celebrated horse PINDAR, extracts from, 679.
of Heraclius that did for him
Pinglers, that is, labouring
Duke of Wellington at Wa- Pipes, distance measured by, in
Phuramond, extracts and re- Pitchers hare ears, 466.
marks about, 280.
Pitylisma, what ? 430.
by Southey, and what might humanely concerning the
the mind of an enthusiast, | Plague Boil, lancing of, and
analyzation of the pus, 547.
Plane-trers, Hortensius irri. blime picture of, in Perouse's 452; Spanish and English
smell, generally of little vir- TES, the French Poet, 292. the northern counties, 2
struggle between. 340.
PORTLAND, DUKE OF, gallery Psylli, African snake chers
in the stables of, that the
horses might have a concert
Puberty, age of, dangeres s
colonies and individuals. 1561
once a week, 571; the Au.
thor of the Caxton Family Publications, Periodical,
marks on, 690.
Pudding, one of nine hundra
pounds weight, 377.
Pulpit, position of, and
Pumpkins and melons, finodiel
tivated, 387; love the taste
Camels, 112; degeneriks
of new ground, 492; frozen
grown near squashes, 431.
Punishment, Eternal, estra!
relative to, 586; perhaps !
Southey's opinion was in
dissimilar to that of Orig
PURCHAS, quotations from, 4.
Prayer, expressed and con.
St. Patrick's, extracts abci
from Matthew Paris,
Presbyterian, a staunch one, al.
130, 132, 140; from St. bin
ways Roman Catholic in his
Purl, and purled, what?
Pyramids, bold hypothesis
account of, 403.
his birth would entitle him
Quadrille, Freemasons, 713.
to the office of envoy, 309. Quaintologia, ie. quaint eti
queer extracts, 103, 368.
Prirate Spirit, Hobbes' re. QUARLES, extracts from, 222,
marks on, 410.
286, &c. 631.
Quatted, i.e. satiated, glutted.
those of lunatics, put in Quetzalcoatl, 154.
the worst enemy of Christi. thing proposed in that very mark, 531.
sensible tract called Eng. Quipos, what? 487.
Quop and quop,- meaning of,
lund betray, Mother Skipton's Protestants, why they turn Pa- Rabbi's, sayings of, 449, 451,
coast of America, 114; a su. Prorerb, Fuller's definition of, beavy shower falling on the