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Strood, Kent, entailment of its natives, Terminus, the god of boundaries, 54
356

Tewkesbury, battle of, 311
Struensee and Brandt executed, 269 Thames, the, the king's bear washed in
Stuart holydays, 98

it, 507; its nuisances, 525
line, its termination, 21

Theatres at fair time, 225
Sudley, entertainment to queen Eliza- Theatrical notice, 652
beth, 32

Thimble and pea, 388
Suett, the comedian, his legs, 519 THOMAS, Sr., December 21; customs on
Suffocation, receipt for, 108

the day, 797
Suffolk customs, 430; witchcraft, 475 Thompson, Memory Corner, 45

countess of, her hair, 636 Thornton, Dr., exhibition to, 734

-, lady, her present to Pope, 545 Thread-my-needle, 350
Suicides, how buried, 230

Three Dons, the, a mystery, 378
Summer, dress, 414; evening, 471; mid- kings of Cologne, 27

night, 410; morning and evening, 412; knocks on a saint's head, 147
morning, 485; solstice, 416; zephyr, Threshing the hen, 127

464; last rose, 699; holydays, 510 Throne, Burmese, described, 767
Sun, the, dancing, 215; symbolized, 250; Thuanus's history, English edition, 151

sunset, 682; sunshining on St. Vin. Tid, mid, misera, 194
cent's-day, 80

Tiddy Doll and his song, 293
Sunday schools founded, 215

Tigress and her whelps, by a lion, 592,
-s, five in*February, 159

594
Superstitions, vulgar, 262, 266

Tillotsorr, abp., the first prelate that wore
Swallow-day, 237; account of swallows, a wig, 635

their migration, &c., 257, 326, 328, 553 Time, what it is, and its use, 159; time
Swash-bucklers and swashers, 621 enough, 693; measured, 717; flies, ib.
Sweetheart customs, and superstitions, Times, The, the first newspaper printed
72, 134

by steam, 772
SWITHIN, July 15; account of him, 481; Tinder-boxes, when not in use, 54

establishes tithes in England, ib.; su. Tinners. their patron saint, 171

perstitions on his festival, 481 Toast thrown to fruit trees, 25, 26
Swordbearer, and swords of the city, 670 Tobacco, prohibited at Cambridge, 636;
Sword and buckler, how carried, 621 a pipe in the morning, 693
Sylvester, St.; see Silvester

Tom, a cod fish, 46
Symes, Mr., of Canonbury tower, 323 Tombuctoo, &c., described by Leo Afri.
Systrum, of the Egyptians, 559

canus, 795

Top, whipped in the Romish church, 104
Tail-sticking, on St. Sebastian's day, 72; Torches, at a royal wedding, 780
at Stroud, 356

Tottenham Higli-Cross fountain, 525
Tailors, why they should require a refer- Tower, the, lions, 506

Great Bell, of St. John's Church,
Tansy pudding, 219

Clerkenwell, described, 744
Tantony pig, 64

Town, out of, 250
Tasks for a saint, 175

v. Country, 327
Tasso, died, 264

Townsend, police officer, his wig, 636
Tavistock monastery founded, 19 Towton, battle of, 203
Tawdry, its derivation, 696

Trades, the complaint against sir John
Taylor, Jeremy, on card-playing, 49 Barleycorn, 4)

Joseph, bookseller, his endow- TRANSLATION, Eoward, K. W. S., June
ment for an annual sermon on the 20; origin of translations of saints'
great storm, 763

bodies, 411
Teddington church, Middlesex, mistletoe Travelling, old mode of, 442
proscribed, 823

Tree, a wicked one destroyed, 17
Tee, the, described, 766, 768

of common law, 121
Tell, William, arms his countrymen, 12 Tresham, sir T., prior of St. John's,
Temperature of winter, 786

Clerkenwell, 744
Temple, the, fountain, 526

Trial of a title to land in India, 224
gate, the pope burnt at, 748 Trimilki, 273

Inner, customs at Christmas, 813 Tring, Herts, superstition, 527
Temptations of St. Anthony, 59 Trinity symbolized, 190
Tenebræ, a Romish church service, 207 house brethren, 366
Term, first day of, customs, &c., 54, 82, Sunday customs, 365
722

Monday customs, 365

ence, 64

Triumphs of London, 727

Walks, pleasant, disappearing, 440
Trumpet-blowers licensed, 626

Wallis, Mr., astronomical lectures, 34
Tulips, and tulippomania, 308

Walnut tree, miraculous, 390
Tunstall, bishop, befriends B. Gilpin, Walpole, Lydia, a dwarf, 591
169

Wanyford, Henry, large man, died, 787
Turkeys, Christmas, 807

Wanstead, Strand maypole carried to, 284
Turner, Anne, on her trial for murder, Want, Hannah, a long liver, account of,
723

680
Mr., pump-maker, 525

War, peaceful triumph in, 375
Turnspits, anecdotes of, 191

cry, ancient English, 255; Irish, ib.
Tusser, Thomas, bis epitaph and burial Warburton, bp., what he said to the
place, 147

lord mayor, 227; his character of the
Twelfth-cake, how to draw, 30; how month of November, 714; notice of
made anciently, 32

him, 388
day eve, 25; twelfth day eus- Ward, Ned, his visit to Bartholomew
toms, 28; characters, 30; derived from fair, 623
the Greeks, 33; and the Druids, 33; Samuel, his sermons cited, 420
observed at court, 34

Wareham, translation of King Edward's
Twickenham ball-play, 127

body, 411
Tye, John, watchman of Bungay, 816 Warwickshire customs, 216, 220; lion
Tyson's, rev. Michael, portrait of Butler, and dog bait at Warwick, 493; War-
656

wickshire carol-singer, 804
Tythes, penance after death for nonpay. Wassail-bowl customs, 25, 26, 31, 32
ment, 356; established in England, 481 Watch, setting the, anciently in London,

417; Nottingham, 421; Chester, ib.
Vader-land, anglicised by lord Byron, Watchmen's verses, 818
409

Water of the dead and liviug ford, 10
VALENTINE, February 14; derivation and

boring for, 525
customs of the day, 112

bailiff's office, 671
Vauxhall, accident, 539; adventures at, Waterloo, battle of, 406
733

Waters, Billy, in a puppet-show, 562
VENERABLE Bede, May 27; see Bede. Watts, Joseph, of Peerless-pool, 491
Verard, Ant., his velluin edition of the Wax, blessed, 105
Mystery of the Passion, 378

work at Bartholomew fair, 598
Vernon, adm., celebration of his birth. Way.goose, a printers' feast, 571
day, 741

Weasel, died, for mealing on a saint's
VINCENT, January 22; notice of him, 80) robe, 26

T., his account of the fire of Weather prognosticated, by bats, bees,
London, 580

beetles, birds, 272, 778; blackbirds,
Viper, the, and her young, 561

55; bulls, 257; buzzards, 272; cassia,
Virgil, Polydore, on church ceremonies, 343; cerea, 344; chairs and tables, 55;
105

chickweed, 343; church clocks, 778;
Virgin, the, street music to her in Ad. clouds,55; convolvulus, 343; corns, 55;
vent, 802

cows, 257, 272; crickets, 55; cuckoo,
Virgo, zodiacal sign, 534

339; dandelion, 344; dew, 272; dogs,
Visions, see Saints, Index II.

55, 272; dog-rose, 343; ducks, 55,
Voelker's gymnastics, 622

271; evening primrose, 343; fever-
Vos, Martin de, engraving from, 752 few, 343; fieldfares, 272; fish, 55;
Votive offerings at Isernia, 666

flies, 55, 272; four o'clock flower, 343;

frogs, 55, 272; geese, 271; glow-
Union with Ireland, 13

worms, 55; goatsbeard, 343; gossamer,
Upcott, Mr. William, 532, 804, 584 272; hedge fruits, 272; hens, 271, 339;
Uptide Cross, 202

honeydew, 272; horses, 55; lettuce,
Urbine, servant to M. Angelo, 143 343; limbs, 55; marigold, 343; moles,
Uriel, archangel, 667

272; moon, 55, 512, 677; moun-
Utrecht, peace of, concluded, 231

tain ebony, 343; nipplewort, ib.; pea-
Waggon-driving at shrove-tide, 133 cocks, 272; peterel, 272; pigeons, ib.;
Waggoner in love, 118

pigs, 271, 272; pimpernel, 55, 343;
Waits of London, 419; their ancient ser- princesses' leaf, 343; rainbow, 55, 339;
vices, 817

ravens, 271; rooks. 55, 271, 339; sea
Wales, St. Patrick of, 190; superstitious fowl, 55; sea gulls, 272; serpentine

customs, 266, 285, 429, 711; adventure aloe, 343; sheep, 272; sky, 55; sloe-
in, 403; see Welsh

tree, 339; smoke, 55; snipes, 272;

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snow, 339; soot, 55; sounds, 778; Wilson, sir Thomas and lady, of Charl-
sowthistle, 343; spiders, 272, 470; sun, ton, 698
55; swallows, 55, 257, 271; swans, Wiltshire customs, 366
257; swine-pipes, 272; tamarind, 343; Winchester, mystery performed there,
thermometer, 55; missel thrush, 272; 382
toads, 55; trefoil, 343; voices, 778; Wind superstitions, 10; effects of east
water fowl, 271; water lily, 343; white and north-east winds, 314, 405
thorns, 343; whitlow grass, 343; wild- Winstanley killed in the Eddystone, 762
goose, 272; wind, 55, 257, 339; wood-Wint-monat, 714
cocks, 272; woodsrare, 272; wood. Winter, 59, 71, 103; its approach de-
sorrel, 343

scribed, 735; the quarter, 785; the
Weathercock of St. Clement's church, season described, 830
Strand, 753

Winter-fulleth, 677
Welsh charity-school anniversary, 165; monat, 776

valuation of cats, 559; triplets, 715; Death of, a sport, 184
carols for the seasons, 805

rainbow in Ireland, 58
Welshman, sir T. Overbury's, 164

Dr. Robert, his storm-sermon,
Well-rope winds into a saint's body, 23 763
Wenceslaus of Olmutz, engraving by,564 Wishart, Geo, burned at St. Andrew's,
Werington, Christmas-eve custom, 807 359
Wesley, Charles, senior and junior, musi- Witchcraft, charm against, 32
cians, account of, 523

and cat-craft, 557
Samuel, musician, notice of, 524

in Herefordshire, 527
West, Benjamin, painter, account of, 177

in Suffolk, 475
Western custom on Valentine's day, 118 Witney, Oxfordshire, old church, show
Literary Institution, 706

at, 627
Westmeath twelfth-night, 33

Wives' feast-day, 107
Westminster-hall, with shops in it, 81 Woed-monath, 373, 534

school, Shrove Tuesday cus. Wolf monat, 5
tom, 134

Wolves' club, 306
Weston, sir W., prior of St. John's Woman, why one wept at her husband's
Clerkenwell, 744

burial, 256
Weyd-monat, 373

Wombwell, the showman's lion fight,
Whifflers, 726, 748

503; his menagerie, 603; and him-
Whist-playing, 50

self, ib.
Whit Sunday, moveable ; Whitsunti le, Women formerly, 456; women barbers,

347; holydays in 1825 at Greenwich 640; angelical women, 680
fair, 348; censer at St. Paul's, 627

's work, 692
Whitby, Daniel, divine, died, 197

-'s blacks, 905; fate of a dealer in,
White, Mr. H., engraver on wood, 458
noticed, 458, 561, 664

Wood, Lucky, an ale wife, 824
Jem, bis doings and character, Woodcocks, 699
299

Woodward, a fives-player, 438
negress, 599

Wool-trade feasts, 109
Whitehead, W. W., gigantic boy, 601 Woolwich dock-yard, St. Clement's day
Whoo-he to horses, its antiquity, 826
Wickham, East, Kent, 698

arsenal, its St. Catharine, 758
West, Kent, painted glass win- Worcester, marquis of, his curious foun-
dow of St. Catherine in the church, tain, 526
757; delightful site of the village, 758 Worde, Wynkyn de, his carols, 804,814
Wife of two husbands, 565; husband's Worms, their utility, 39
address to his wife, 731

Wreathock, an attorney transported, 83
Wigs, 630

Wren, Sir Christopher, on the size of
Wild fowl shooting in France, 792 churches, 464

street chapel, annual sermon, 760 Wrestling at Bartholomew-tide, 622
Wilkie, the publisher, anecdote of, 461 Wright, Mr., bees swarm on, 456
WILLIAM, KING, LANDED, November 4; Writing-masters' trial of skill, 547
error of the almanacs, 718

Wycliffe, John, 380
Williams, Mr. Samuel, artist, noticed, Wynne's “Eunomus” recommended, 120
450, 534, 599, 677

Wyn-monath, 677
Willow tree, 544
Wilson, Richard, painter, notice of him, Yates and Shuter's booth at Bartholomew
330

fair, 627

at, 755

Yeasty ale, iis virtue, 16

Yule derived, 776
York, cardinal, account of, 21

dough and cakes, whence derived,
Corpus Christi play, 381

823
Yorkshire custom, 694
Yorkshire, goose pies, 827
Young, Dr. Edward, poet died, 234 Zinzendorff, count, notice of, 390

INDEX TO THE ENGRAVINGS.

1. Ærial, the, 732

45. Fantoccini, 561
2. Amelia, princess, her autograph, 542 46. February, 102
3. Apostle spoons, 93

47. Flamsteed's horoscope, 549
4. April, 208

48.

autograph, 555
5. Fool, 209

49. Flight of the Holy Family, 829
6. Aquarius, 75

50. Flowers with symbols, 57
7. Aries, 192

51. Fountain at Tottenham, 625
8. August, 533
9. Autumn, 645

52. Garrick's autograph, 168
53.

signature, 169
10. Barber, 631

54. Gordon, Jemmy, 353
11. ancient, 637

55. Grose, Francis, sleeping, 332
12. -'s basin, 632

56.

standing, 332
13. candlestick, 632

57. Guy Fawkes day, 720
14.
chafer, 632

58. Gymnastics for youth, 14
15. chafing-dish, 633

59.

Voelker's, 663
16.

crisping-irons, C33
17. Barrow-woman, 456

60. Hagbush-lane cottage, 441
18. Bartholomew fair, 616

61. Hair-dress, ladies', 635
19.

617

62.

bull-head, 635
20. Bastile destroyed, 472

63.

curls on wires, 635
21. Bear taking in Russia, 95

64. Halifax gibbet, 78
22 Beard, cathedral, 633

65. Hare and tabor, 609
23.
Pick-a-devant, 633

66. Heading-block and maul, 79
24. Beaton's cardinal, house, Edinburgh, 67. Heart breaker, 113
360

68. Hen threshing, 128
25. Boar's head at Christmas, 814 69. speaking, 129
26. Bona Dea, Frontispiece, 832

70. Henry IX., K. of England, 21
27. Boor's head, 815

71.

reverse of his medal, 21
28. Boy bishop, 784

72. Hipson, Miss, a dwarf and a Malay,
29. Bungay Watchman, 818

591
30. Burmese state carriage, 765 73. Hornsey Wood house, 384
31
Tee, 768

74.

lake, 385
32. Butler, Jacob, 656

75. Huxter, 611
33. Buy a broom, 408

76. Hyde Park gate, sale, 683
34. Calabrian minstrels, 801

77. Italian minstrels in London, 819
35. Canonbury tower, 321
36. Card-playing, by children, 49 78. January, 5
37. Cats' concert, 557

79. Joan of Arc's fountain, 369
38. Chad's well, inscription, 166 80. John, St., at Patmos, 313
39. Church of St. Joho, Clerkenwell, 742 81. July, 449
40. Copenhagen-house, 433

82. June, 373
41. Cowper's summer-house, 265
42. Cressets, four, 420

83. King's arms, a showman's wood-cut,
43. Curfew, 126

592

84. Labre, B. J., 240
44. December, 776

85. Lamp, old, 421

86. Lifting at Easter, 216

125. St. Crispin and St. Crispinian, 702
87. Lion bait at Warwick, 497

126. St. Denys, 689
88. Little man, 599

127. St. Dunstan and the Devil, 340
89. Living skeleton, front, 513

128. St. George, 253
90.
profile, 521

129. St. Ignatius Loyola, 529
91.
back, 521

130. St. Michaeland other archangels, 668
92. London insignia, 725

131. St. Nicholas, 782

132. St. Roche, 564
93. March, 160

133. Sandal, ancient, 261
94. May, 273

134. September, 577
95. May.day at Hitchin, 288

135. Shoe, ladies, 262
96. chimney sweepers, 296 136. Silenus, 229
97.

milkmaid's garland, 289 137. Simeon, St., Stylites, 22
98. Mermaid, a showmau's wood-cut, 601 138. Sirius, 453
99. Michael Angelo Buonarroti, 140 139. Sluich-house, Hornsey, 352
100. Mid-Lent sport, 183

140. Somers' Town miracle, 241
101. Midsummer-eve, bonfire, 416 141. Spring, 172

142.

dress, 14th cent., 173
102. Nativity, the, 809

143. Squirrel, musical notes, two, 687
103. Nero and his senate, 233

144. Starkey, capt., 465
104. New London Bridge, 392

145. Stoning Jews in Lent, 152
105. November, 713

146. Summer, 413

147. Summer dress, 14th cent., 414
106. Octavia's triumph, 232

148. Sun and Earth at Midsummer, 193
107. October, 677

149.

at Midwinter, 34

150. Swallow, hirundo rustica, 257
108. Palm Sunday procession, 200
109. Passion flower, 359

151. Temptation of St. Antony, 61
110. Peerless-pool, 489

152. Tiddy Doll, 292
111.
fish-pond, 492 153.

's musical notes, 293
112. Piper, the, 817

154. Tree of Common Law, 121
113. Pisces, 145

155. Twelfth-day in London, 28
114. Plough Monday sports, 40
115. Porter, 612

156. Valentine, po tman, 112
116.
's part, 612

157. Virgin, Mater Dei, 641
117. Printing office, 571
118. Pulpit, 424

158. Want, Hannah, 680

159. Westminster-hall with its shops, 81
119. Richmond, Surrey, 305

160. Whitehead, a giant boy, 602

161. Wigs, travelling, 634
120. Sadler's Wells' angling, 176 162. · long perriwig, 634
121. St. Anne and St. Joachim, 509 163.

peruke, 634
122. St. Bride's Church, Fleet-street, 48 164. Wild-fowl shooting in France, 792
123. St. Catharine, 757

165.

shooter's hut, 793
124. St. Cecilia, 752

166. Winter, 785

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