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lake at Keswick when all | RICHELIEU, Count Hamilton's of, 367; queer one, ib.; ob-
servations on the lettering on
Salamander, deadly venom of,
Rickets, in sheep, caused by a 242; being a long time nou-
SALE, extracts from, 97, 101.
the union of two friends, &c. piece, 260.
Sultpetre, from churchyards,
River, novel way of crossing, medicinal use of, 546.
Saludadores, or Spanish quacks,
Rivets almain, Quære ? 117. 397.
gans of, 409.
Sumoyedi, precocity of females
SANCIE DE NAVARRE, story of,
Sand-seu, grants of, for making
ROGERS, TIMOTHY, remarks of, salt, 535.
Sand-writing, of volcanic ori.
Roguery, strong in death, strik. from the Canary Islands,
Sweden accomplished with | Romish System, to be taken fanaticism, 397.
from its authorized records, Sarum, Old, its members, 197.
changes in, 639; and Mr. softening down here, 670, 223.
Saxo GRAMMATICUS, quota-
Sir Humphrey Davy to Fa-
cause used in Exorcisms,575. Scorpion, superstitious notion
Scott, Sir WALTER, visit of
Rupture Surgeons, itinerant Southey to, at Ashiestiel in
Scott, J. his Christian Life,
has a resemblance both to Robert Peel's speeches had Screaming, instead of singing,
Scripture Extracts, 165, 219,
668, 694, &c.; Texts for
Sermons, 721; for Enforce-
Sabuco DoŇA OLIVA, notions ment, 722, &c.
of, and extracts from, 484, Scriptures, advice how to read,
SEAFIELD, EARL OF, saying
Saffron Posset, good for heavi of, on signing the engrossed
exemplification of the Act of
Sulor, English, affecting story Union, 684.
Seam, Priestesses of, 54.
Elizabeth, 583; sermon an. Smugglers, their idea of bir
comrade is drowned, 361.
Snake, and the Little BT,
for Poems of, 196; amatory by swallowing a porcupite,
Leti's Life of Sixtus V. 339. 442.
Snow-drops, called in Norfolk
take among the Germans, 368.
Snuff-box, hints for Poemling
SIDNEY, SIR PHILIP, Southey's
Life of, 240; extracts rela- Society, Christian, what like ki,
tive to, 321; saying of, that
CIAL, Extracts, Facts, and
Sight, quickness of, 585; cu. &c.
rious restoration of, by a Soil, bloody, near Battle-fie!!
cow's lacerating the eye, 552. 154.
577 ; good remark about, shrimps for their productie,
ters, 620, saying of Am- SOLOMON, reported by Suites
and Cedrenus to have writm
of the remedies of all slis.
place for marriages about omen of his fate, 160.
Sommona Codom, Siamese dei
Luther's remark, 415.
bought up by illiterate Ro- less strikingly good, imme-
Sophonisba, drinking the Poi-
in England by Inoculation, Ganges, 42; St. Evremond's
wood used against, in the of, 637; extracts relative tv,
Trinity, South’s remark on, England preserved from by Sounds, Evening, the harshest
strict laws vigilantly en- harmonized by distance, 200;
sioned, Dr. Lister thought, South, extracts and sayings,
cerning original sin, 667.
SOUTHCOTT, JOANNA, her cra- far statuti.” Ital. Prov. tion, 239; manner of hand-
ling a, 575, 600.
the first day of his residence why so called, 261; the bat- Sugar, said to cause melancho-
men behold the earth, 198. on Dooms-day, 16, 214; re- on, after the manner of Ad.
notable argument against,
STERNE, L., remarks on, 341; 612; induced by gaming,
sons he employed to write
Sumatra, the Battas of, their
thorof Norfolk drollery, 347. 540.
BENJAMIN, Souls', 336.
Suns, Five, according to the
Gondomar's message to from
Stone, that produces water, England, 353.
debted to Sir Fulk Greville 241; omen of the coronation an explanation, 426.
stone, ib.; with smell of Superstitions, barbarous, 87;
tracts relative to, 310-312. field, ib.; thrust down the Surgery, extracts relative to,
the Phesoi Ecneps of Tales babe, to give him a stony Swallows, angling for in Italy,
heart, 599; conjoined with 485; cruelty of making oil
646; warming stones, 433; Swan, swimming of, 200.
Stories, Ideas for Jewish, Gre. Sweat of death, at a bull.fight,
“ and now the death-sweat
Storm at the Cape, grandeur of, darkens his dark bide,”–
and Shropshire, May 28, Sweden, prophecy that the
Queen of, shall talk Greek,
Swedenborg, 381; story of bis
STOWE's Survey, extracts from, acquaintance with St. Paul,
in, by Galup, a Catalan, 371.
Chiaberras' Sonnet, 462.
than now, 290.
Sycamore-seeds, quantities that
winter of 1819, on the green
Thunder-storm at Cintra, eagles tude-as we should be
scared by the lightning, 5;
one, story of, 543; Eur
Turkish idea of Novogorod, pean dwindle in tropical -
mates,- like men, 102.
THURCILLUS, vision of, 130. Trepanning, remarks un, 583.
A. S, 523.
Tribes, The Ten, their locality
in the "
interview with Cottle, 517. Timanthes, death of, 226. Tribby, an American abbrers
Tipis, efficacy of the water of, tion, 480.
Trinity, revilers of. effect of
Tixal Poetry, extracts from, pealing the laws in funze
tranquillity of! 195; call Trim, ('orporal, the name pri
na, and the Book, story of, tha! 199; remarks, and ex. from the Funeral, 612.
tracts on, 429; in fountain, TRISTAN, Romance of, 282.
Truth, all necessary truth
Tobacco, extracts relative to, gible and plain, 625.
Lettsom to be unwholesome, greasy heels, and creates a 634.
tine coat in horses, 594; Tunbridge Castle, the enclosure
bacco in London, 595; Turdilli Turdi, “ iuti conto
meliæ causa," 608.
Turquoise, virtue of, 420.
instability of human bless
story of his honesty, 367, TussER, THOMAS, extracts
oculists at Eyesti as a grand Twamby the Great, story of,
Tyber, skating on, to the sur.
prise of the Romans, 354.
Trade without restriction, re- Tythes, in new colonies, 693,
Tradesmen, retired, stories of,
TRAPP, JOSEPH, first Profess. Unitarian Writers, not to be
shape of, hugest absurdity, | Trareller, cast on his own re- University, motives in, 1647;
in winter sucking his paws, tropolis, 687.
Urine Doctor, celebrated one,
omitted in the Seasons, 346. Trees, extracts concerning, 167; lative to, 559.
VOLTAIRE, did he speak of the Weam, i. e. belly, 355; “A
Church of Rome as the wamefou' is a wamefau.”
St. Ronan's Well, vol. 33,
ordinary plant, 111.
Weapon-salre, principal ingre.
dient in, moss of a dead
man's skull, 551.
WEBSTER, fine instance in his
Wad, i. e. black-lead, 531. Appias and Virginia of the
expressions, 315; extracts,
of letters on his day, 354. Wales, description of, from the Weeping Cross, 300.
in, 154; warning against, Well, The Boiling, near Bristol,
6; St. Winifred's, 62; of
Zemzem, 112; St. Keyne's,
WALLIUS, his manner of bor. 154; the boiling, 275; the
rowing from the ancient, like wishing, 406; at Brough,
Ebenezer Elliot's from the 422; of Cumberland have
each a Saint or Patron, 536.
WALPOLE, H. extracts and re- Welsh · Manners, 39; lances,
marks, 619, 620; striking 140; raggedness, 172; Monk-
prise, -Valho me Dios, is the on Gray, 344; his disap- offering an enemy, 375.
Portuguese exclamation,326. pointment as to making folly Wemme, what ? 260.
WENIFREDE, St. 58; well of,
Wundering Jew, suggestion of, 62.
kindly disposition, 472.
the people are much more of the people of Charleton
paid to any,” saying of xii on their patriots than mi. Wheatears, abundance of, on
the South Downs. 407.
Johnson's, 666; Swift's re.
rican Indians, 199, 229. Whiskey and Earth, given to
Indian’s) rejoicing Day, 230. 476.
his favourite scholars, 239.
times of fencing it, 686. Waste, great, of good advice tion of, 229.
and the balsam tree, 227; | Wasters, i.e. cudgels, 88. chant of Poole, story of,
WHITESIDE, MR. Dissenting
Water-drinker, killed himself Minister of Yarmouth, who
Water-spouts, Capt. T. Sou- in the pocket of, 92.
WATSON, BP, a schoolboy at WiCLIFFE, the virtue of his
clever observation of Cum-