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Lammas-day, 290
Imlah, 350

Lansdowne MSS., extracts from,
Infant, epitaph on, 405
Inn, lines 318

Lapland summer, 321
Innocents, 402

Lapwing, 307
Invention of the Cross, 176

Larch, 169
Iris, 232

Lark, 31, 110
Iulus terrestris, 166

Last time, the, 406
Ivy, 31, 347

Laurustinus, 76
J

Lavender, 273
Jackdaw, 274

Leek, 31
Jackson, S. R., 225

Leeks, custom of wearing, 86
Jacobite Relic, a poem,

136

Lent, first Sunday in, 88-fifth,
January explained, 1

128
Janus, 1

Leo, 244
Jessamine, 273, 308

Libra, 323
Jewsbury, Miss M. J., lines by, 4 Lilac, 76, 109, 203
Johnston, Sir Alexander, 292

Lilies, 273
Jones, Stephen, 399

Lily of the valley, 193
Jonquil, 169

white, 232
Jovellanos, Don G. M., 141

Lincoln Cathedral, west front of,

378
July explained, 244
poetical pictures in, 282

Linnets, 31, 110
June explained, 210

London, ancient, 20-23
poetical pictures in, 231,

arms of, 376
240-243

bridge (old), 93

burnt, 323
K

earthquake at, 88
Kelly, T. W., lines by, 195

at midnight, lines on, 64.
Kennedy, W., 233

smoke, 189
Kerrich, Rev. T., 177

University opened, 353
Kiesewetter, C. G., 333

Longest day, 220
King Charles I, martyr, 20 Longevity, remarkable instances

Charles II, restored, 180 of, 398, 399

George III. died, 18-lines Lord Mayor's day, 376
on, 19-anecdote of, 377 Low Sunday, 145
George IV. born, 292 Luminous arch, account of, 301,

accession, 20 302, 339
crowned, 250 Luminousness of the sea, 350

proclaimed, 20 Lychnidea, 232
William landed, 375 Lychnis, scarlet, 273
King-fisher, 368
Kirbut, 79

M
Knight, Charles, 319

Mackenzie, Sir George, 58
Edward, 413

Mackerel, 201

Magi, chapel dedicated to the, 9
L

Magnolias, 203
L. E. L., poem by, 269

Malcolm, John, 407
Laburnum, 203

Mallard, engraving of, 367
Lady-day, 90

Maple, 203
smock, 172

March explained, 86_custom on
Laing, Major, 334

the 1st of March, ib.-lines
Lambs, 31

on, 104

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Mariner's song, the, 350

N
Marigolds, 232, 273, 347
Marriage, seasous for, 15

Name of Jesus, 290
Marvel of Peru, 347

Napoleon child, 290
Marum, Dr., 17

Narcissus, 111
Mary Magdalen, 253

Nasturtium, 347
Maundy Thursday, 134-ceremo- Nativity of the Virgin Mary, 330

NATURALIST's Diary for January
ny at Rome on, ib.
Mauritius, meteorological calen-

1829, 30-Feb., 72–March, 104
dar of, 39

-April, 154-May, 188- June,
May explained, 175-poeticalpic-

231-July, 271-August, 306
tures in, 206-209

September, 343-October, 365
Day, 175-poetical pictures

-- November, 388-December,
of, 176, 204 – in three sonnets, Navarino, battle of, 355

414
201

Nebulæ, description of, 360
Goslings, 176
Pole, origiu of, 175

Nectarine, 111, 169
Melons, different kinds of, 311. Neele, Henry, memoir of, 46-
313

lines by, 48
Meteoric appearances, 301

Nettle, common, 275
Mexico, butterflies in, 166

New Year in China, 4
Mezereon, 108

Year's Day in Scotland, 1-
Michaelmas daisy, lines on, 347

lines on, sent with an hour-

glass, 4 ceremonies
note

in
Midlent Sunday, 91

France, 6
Midsummer Day, 221

Year's gifts, 2, 4
Eve customs, 221-223 Ney, Marshal, engraving of his
Mignionette, 347

tomb, 373
Migration of fishes, 76-79-of

Nicomede, 210
eels, 390

Night, lines on, 209
Milhouse, R., 227

Nightingale, 162
Missel. thrush, 75

Nineveh at sunset, lines descrip-
Mole-cricket, 166

tive of, 241
Moles, 75, 200

Nolan, Hon. Michael, 63
Moncrief, Rev. Sir H., 291

Noon, lines on, 208
Mont Blanc, ascent to the summit Norway, national song of, 32-
of, 253-259-lives on, 259, 260

social meetings in, 33-36
Montgomery, Robert, 64, 107, 207- Norwich, crucifixion of a boy at,

138
209, 401
Moon, lines to the, 158

November explained, 372
Moore, T., 197

Nun, taking the veil, ceremony
More, Hannah, lines by, 5

of, 244
Morning lapdscape, 195

Nuthatch, 31, 307
lines on, 207, 240

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Mosses, 76
Mothing, directions for, 237 0. Holy Rood, 333
Moths, 314

0. Michaelmas-day, 354
Mountain-ash, 203, 273, 308 0. Mart., 382
Mu!berry-tree, 114, 194

0. Sapientia, 399
Mullet, ž01

Oak, the, 193-planting of, 116–
Music, lines 381

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lines on an oak-tree, 117-the
Cowthorpe oak, ib.

lines on
the royal, 181

on,

O'Conor, Dr. Charles, 261
October explained, 353
Orchis, 194
Oriole, Baltimore, 163
Owl, cut of the, 238

Ptinus pectinicornis, 314
Puffin, 307
Purification of B. V. M., 41
Pyracanthus, 308
Pyramid at Zeist, in Holland, cut

of, 263

P

to, 139

Palm Sunday, 129-custom on, Quinquagesima Sunday, 86
130

Quintain, game of, 211 [
Park, 357
Parting song, 404
Partridges, 75, 274

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Passion-flower, 309
Sunday, 128

Ranunculus, 169
Past Year, the, a poem, 407

Ravens, 75
Peach, 111, 169

Red-ant, 166
Pear-tree, 169

- start, 162
Peas, 121

wing, 113, 367
Penzance, custom at, 221

Reed-mace, 275
Peonies, 232

Regalia, cuts of, 250, 251
Perch, cut of the, 392

REMARKABLE Days in January
Petrel, engraving of, 106,

1829, 1; February, 41; March,
Phalæna russula, 347

86; April, 127; May, 175; June,
Phloxes, 347

210; July, 244; August, 290;
Phryganea, 314

September, 323 ; October, 353;
Pike, 201

November, 372; December, 395
Pindar, Sir Paul, engraving of his Rennie, Eliza, lines by, 109
house, 23_described, 327

Resurrection, ceremonies relating
Pinks, 232, 273
Piranha, the, 84

Rheumatism, how cured, 2
Pisces, 41

Richard, Bp., 127
Planta, Joseph, memoir of, 395

Richardson, D. L., 155, 192, 240,
Planting and Sowing of trees, 115

406
Plants, method of preserving spe-

Mrs. G. C., 160, 234
cimens of, 237

Ring-ouzel, 162
Plough Monday, 15

Roach, engraving of the, 276
Plum, 169

Rogation Sunday, 178
Pole Star, lines to the, 227

Roman altar, cut of, 329
Polyanthus, 169

Rooks, 274
Poppy, 236, 273

Rosario de Madrugada, 90
Powder Plot, 376

Rose, lines allusive to the, 231
Prangos, or hay-plant, 80 Roses, 231, 232
Prayer Book and Homily Society, Ruffs and Reeves, 164
177

Rundell, Mr., 59
Pressure of sea-water, 351

Rye, 203
Primroses, 108, 171, 273
Princess Royal died, 354

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Pringle, T., 242
Printing, public, 246

Sacramental bread, 217
Privet hawk-moth, 347

Saffron, 347
Processioning, 178

Sagittarius, 372

Matthias, 62
Michael, 333
Nicholas, 398
Patrick, 88
Paul, conversion of, 18
Perpetua, 87
Peter, 16, 224
Philip, 175
Prisca, 17
Remigius, 353
Richard, 127
Silvester, 406
Simon, 356
Stephen, 405
Swithin, 249
Thomas, 400
Valentine, 54
Vincent, 17

Saints.
Agatha, 45
Agnes, 17
Alban, 216
Alphege, 143
Ambrose, 127
Andrew, 382
Anne, 260
Augustine, 294
Austin, 179
Barnabas, 213
Bartholomew, 294
Benedict, 90
Blase, 42
Boniface, 210
Britius, 377
Casimir, 87
Catherine, 382
Cecilia, 381
Chad, 86
Clement, 382
Crispin, 355
Cyprian, 333
David, 86
Denys, 354
Dunstan, 178
Etheldreda, 355
Eunerchus, 330
Fabian, 17
Faith, 353
George, 145
Giles, 323
Gregory, 88
Hilary, 15
Hugh, 381
James, 260
James the Less, 175
Jerome, 334
John Baptist, 221, 294
John Evangelist, 177, 405
Jude, 356
Lambert, 330
Lawrence, 291
Leonard, 376
Lucian, 14
Lucy, 398
Luke, 355
Machutus, 381
Margaret, 251
Mark, 145
Martin, 245, 335, 376
Matthew, 331

Salmon, engraving of the, 76-its

migrations, 76-77 - in season,

201
Salt, H., 356
Sandys, Edwin, Bp. of Worcester,

letter, 3
Sannazario, lines by, 97
Sap, flow of, 1131
Sapio, Sig., 224
Sapphics on Christmas day, 401
Savoy, 31
Saxifrage, golden, 31
Scolytus destructor, 167.
Scorpio, 353
Scotland, burning of witches in, 58
Scott, John, memoir of, 91

Sir Walter, 284
Sea, luminousness of, 350-pres-

sure of sea-water, 351-waves,
352

- lines on the, 352

- kale, 121
Seasons, lines on, 414-remarks

on the, 411
Sedge-bird, 192
September. explained, 323
Septuagesima Sunday, 55

hymn for, 56
Sexagesima Sunday, 62
Sheep-shearing, 239
Shepherd and sheep, cut of, 195
Shell-snail, 166
Shenstone's lines on an inn, 318
Shortest day, 400

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Shrewsbury, custom at, 217 Sun dials, mottoes for, 220
Shrove Tuesday, 87

-flower, lines on, 309
Skylurk, lines on the, 110, 344 - Sunset, a sonnet, 285
engraving of, 343

Sutton, Dr., archbishop of Can-
Sloe, 169

terbury, 252
Slug, black, 167

Swallow, the, 160—lines on, ib.-
Smullage, 347

flight of 160, 161-migration
Smith, Horace, 19

of, 366—lines on, ib.
Sir J. E., memoir of, 88 Swan, at Ditton, cut of, 318
Smyrna, winter at, 82

Sweet-brier, 232
Snails, 199

peas, 347
Snow-drop, 76

scented vernal grass,

236
Solanum, 275

scabious, 309
Solitary bee, 314

william, 232
Speedwells, tribe of, 194, 273 Sweet's aviary at Chelsea, 110
Spenser cited, 117

Swedish pluin, 311
Spergula, 276

Swift, 162
Spider, ascent of, into the atmo-

sphere, 388
Spiders, 166, 199

Tadpoles, 236
Spix and Martius's Travels cited, Tangier pea, 347
83

Taurus, 127
Spring, lines on, 81, 188, 190, 192, Temple church, capitals of co-
205

lumns at, 330
Spurges, 309

Tench, engraving of the, 169
Stag, engravings of, 92, 365

Tharve cake, il
beetle, 236
Star of Bethlehem, 171, 232 Throstle, 31, 109, 387
Stars, lines to the, 29, 187-dou- Thrush, 31, 75 - brown thrush, of

ble, in the southern hemisphere, America, 205
229- -on new, lost, and variable Thunder-storm, lines on, 281--in
ones, 266-269-the lost star, a America, 218
poem, 269-double and triple, Time, a hint for the new year, 5
385

lines on, 220
Stepney church, cut of font in, 294 Tinee, 370
Steuart, Sir Henry, his method of Touds, 199

transplanting trees, 118 Tom-tits, 75
Stewart, Dugalil, memoir of, 213- Tomboro mountain, eruption of,
215

128
Stinging-fly, 166

Tomline, Sir G. P., 377
Stock-dove, 393

Torch Sunday, 88
Stockhore, R., portrait of, 213 Tortrices, 370
Stocks, 347

Toulouse, Easter ceremonies at,
Stone curlew, 75

140
Stonecrop, 31

Townsend, C. H., 170
Storm, the, a poem, 105

Transfiguration, 290
Strawberry, 194

Translation of Saint Martin, 245
Stylops Dalii, 196

of Edward the Con-
Sumach, Virginian, 273

fessor, 354
Summer morning landscape, 282

of Edward, K. of W.
tour in England, 317 Saxons, 220
Sunday evening, hymn for, 56 Transplanting trees, method of,
Sun-beam, the, a poem, 230

118

Thornless rose, 114

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