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Thanet, Isle of, 361; haven formed by,434. Varnish-tree, the, 473.
Thelwall, his opinion regarding education, Vases, Etruscan, classification of, 137.
120.

Vault, sepulchral, in North America, 415.
Theobald, Archbishop of Canterbury, 27. Vegetables, food-yielding, 499; hyberna-
Theodoret, his testimony to the conversion tion of, 52).
of Britain by the apostles, 53.

Vegetation, curiosities of, 468; microscopic,
Thistles, account of, 289; the thistle as 142; primæval, 574.

the emblem of Scotland, 290; the milk, Vesuvius in tranquillity and in eruption,
cotton, and plume this 291 ; the 30.
musk and carline thistles, 292; the corn Victoria regia, the, 470.
and field thistles, 293; uses of the Villa Nova, Amaldus de, 478.
thistle, 294.

• Village Bells,' 11.
Thomas (the Apostle), tradition of, 70. Viper's bugloss, notice of the, 561.
Thoms, the Canterbury fanatic, 256. Virgil, supposed tomb of, 351.
“ Thrush's chopping-block," a, 154.

Visit, A, to a Bushman's Cave in the
Thuggce, works on, 260, 261,

Winterberg Mountains of South Africa.'
- Thugs, The; or, Secret Murderers of -Origin of the Bushmen, 12; habits and

India,' 259, 285, 302, 332. — Mode of mode of life, 13; powers of mimicry, 13;
murdering their victirns, 259; models in drawings, 13, 15; method of hunting, 14;
the British Museum and in the Exhibi- the Bechuanas, 15; Baharootze mode of
tion of 1851, 260 ; antiquity of the killing the elephant, 16; the buffalo, 16;
system, 260; measures for its suppres- return of Kaffirs from hunting, 16.
sion, 280; statistics, 261; Captain Slee- • Visit, A, to Mount Vesuvius at Midnight.'
man's experience, 261, 285; illustration - Vesuvius in tranquillity, 30; eruption
of the secrecy of the Thugs, 262; me- by night, 31 ; ascent of the mount,
thods employed for their discovery and 32; the lava-stream, 33; the hermitage,
obtaining evidence, 285; revelations of 34.
Feringea, a Thug leader, 286 ; advan- Volvox, the, 142.
tages of good faith, 286 ; confessions of Voxa, the river, 355.
Thugs, 287, 288, 302; booty, 303; river Wall of Babylon, 368; of China, 368.
Thugs, 303; exemptions, 304; religious Wants of the age, 279.
principles of the Thugs, 304; the goddess Warbler, the blue-throated, 117.
Kâli, 305; conversations with Thugs, Waterton, Mr., on the guillemot, 7.
305; their regard for omens, 332; the Wayland Smith's Cave, Berkshire, 56.
consecrated pickaxe, 333 ; Tupounee Webster, John, on the traditionary care of
(sacrifice of thanksgiving), 333; indif- the robin and wren, 61.
ference of the people, 333; difficulties Wellington, duke of, at Portsmouth, 317;
of suppressing the Thugs, 334; Thuggee equestrian statue of, 369.
recognised and taxed, 334; immunity of Wellington tree at Dover, 2.
Europeans, 334; facilities offered to the Wheatear, account of the, 19.
system, 334; remarks on the curse of Wheel animalcule, the, 142.
heathenism, 335.

Wild flowers, 22, 37, 87, 136, 161, 252, 299,
"Tidal current, the great, its action on the 522, 561, 618.
Kentish coast, 435.

Wilkinson, Sir Gardner, on the ancient
Tiger-hunting in Malabar, 244,

Egyptian linen, 191.
Tillotson on the effects of undue severity, Wilkinson, Jemima, an impostor, 254,
240.

Winchat, account of the, 47.
"Titmice, the various species of the greater Winds, hot, in India, 401.

titmouse, 133; the blue titmouse, 134; Wines, proportion of alcohol in, 192.
the long-tailed titmouse, 135.

Winter, described by Spenser, 576.
Tortoises, longevity of, 480.

Wisbeach, John de, his method of raising
- Tourmentes," 297, 552.

funds for building a chapel at Ely, 199.
Tower, porcelain, of Nankin, 368; leaning, Woodlark, account of the, 300.
of Pisa, 369; of Pharos, 369.

Woodrush, reminiscence of the, 151.
Trade-winds, causes of the, 349.

Wool, its early employment, 190.
Trilobites, primary, 573.

Wordsworth, his address to the robin, 60;
Tulip mania in Holland, the, 489.

to the lark, 186 ; on the thistle-down, 294.
Tulip-tree, the, 470.

Wynard Jungle, Malabar, adventures in,
Turbervile on the habits of the shrike, 158. 235, 241, 273.
Unfrequented Places in British India,' X, used as an abbreviation, 105.

329, 371, 400.--Awlway, 330; Cochin, Yeoman, A, of Henry Vil.'s Time,' 167.
330; Massulipatam, 371, 400.

Yew, the, of Hedsor, 470.
Upas-tree, the, 472.

Zaandam and its inhabitants, 77.
Urania speciosa, the, 474.

Zoomagnetoscope, the, 620.
Valentine, Basil, 478.

Zoophytes on the shells of oysters, 98;
Valparaiso, bay and town of, 591.

natural history of, 451,
Vapour-bath, its pleasures, 171.

END OF VOL. III.

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