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FOR 1826.

Abstraction, lxxviii
Advent Sunday, 285
Aeolian harp, lines to the, 214
Alexandria, Victory of, 67
Alexandrian MS. 119
Allan, William, 120
All Fools' Day, 90

Saints' Day, 265

Souls, 266
Almond-tree, lines on, 114
Americans, lxvi
Amiens, Peace of, 74
Annunciution of B. V. M. 71
Antisana, xlv note
April explained, 89

fools, 90
Ariel, Song of, 88
Arts, state of, in 1669, 93
Ascension Day, 118
Ash-Wednesday, 38
Association, lxxxi
Assumption, 199
Astrological prediction, 232
ASTRONOMICAL OCCURRENCEs in

January 1826, 17; February,
50; March,_76; April, 101;
May, 194; June, 160; July,
180 ; August, 203 ; September,
237 ; October, 253; November,

277 ; December, 314
Astronomy illustrated by poetical ci-

tations, 17, 23, 50, 56, 76, 81,
82, 101, 134, 136, 160, 169, 180,
186, 203, 206, 207, 237, 239,
240, 253, 256, 257, 277, 280,

314, 317
Atmospherical Deceptions, 80, 81
August, explained, 197
Autumn, lines on, 45, 281, 282,

283
Ave Maria, a poem, 71
Baber, Rev. H. H. 119
Balfour, A. Characters omitted in

Crabbe's Parish Register, 264
Baltic, Superstitions of the fisher.

men living on the coast of, 265
Barbauld, Anna Lætitia, 62

Bartholomew Fair, 200

St.-massacre of, 200
Barton, Bernard, 190, 322
Battle Scene, 125
Becket, Thomas à, 176
Bede, Venerable 129
Bee, the, a poem, 84, note
Bees, lines on, 194
Belida, earthquake at, 197
Bill of Fare à la Française, 291,292
Birds, lines on, 258
Bland, Rev. Robert, 64
Blenheim, battle of, 198
Boarding described, 41
Bowdler, Thomas, 49
Brazen nose College, custom at, 69
Bull in Cæna Domini, 68
Burford, custom at, 158
Bury fair, 236
Butterfly, lines on, 89, 212
Butterflies, appearance of, in the

winter months, 244
Byron, Lord, lines on, 94
Calves' head club, lines on,

19
Campbell, Thomas, the Last Man,

a poem, cix-cxi
Candlemas crown, 35
Candlemas-day, 35
Carling Sunday, 64
Carols, Christmas, 294
Caucasian race, lxiv
Characters omitted in Crabbe's Pa-

rish Register, 264
Charles X., K. of France, crowned,

132
Child, sonnet to, 304
Childermas Day, 302
Chinese language, essay on, 154,

note, 313, 314
Chinese library, 153

morality, 313, 314

zodiac, 206
Christmas Day, observed at differ-

ent times, 4-modern customs,
287, 288-a song, 289—the ex-
quisite, 290—les belles dames,
ib.-bill of fare à la Francaise,

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291, 292—ancient ceremonies in Dover-court, idol of the Rood at,
Yorkshire and Oxfordshire, 293 233
-at Oxford, 293, 294—Christ Dowling, Vincent, 75

carols, 294 Christmas Ear-wig, preservative against, 245
amusements in the time of K. Easter, customs at, 73
Edw. Ill and Hen. IV, 294-296 Day, 72
-Christinas customs in Ger.

Eve, custom on, at Zerbst,

mas

many, 297

74

Christmas Eve at Rome, 297

Monday and Tuesday, 74
Circululion of the blood, liv

Eaton School, custom at, 38
Circumcision, 3

Edmund, king and martyr, 273
Cochrane, Capt. J. D. 199

Edward, king of the West Saxons,
Collar days, 13

66-translation of, 155
Comet of 1811, lines on, 81

Edward, the Confessor, translation
Conception of B. V. M., 285

of, 250
or Imagination, Ixxxiv Ember days, 46, 126, 232, 286
Conder, J. 320

Entomology, 25, 26
Conscience, xcviii

Epiphany, 7
Conversion of St. Paul, 14

Ethiopians, Ixv
Corregio's Madonna and Child de. Evelyn, John, 252
scribed, iii, iv

Evening hymn, 197
Corpus Christi, 126-ceremonies in

lines on, 82, 186
Colombia, ib --in Peru, 127 Expediency, xcvi
Cortez entered Mexico, 268 Face, the, lii, lxiii
Cowslip, sonnet to, 116

Fairies, belief in, 97
Cox, John, 11

Fata morgana, 106
Craniology, xlvii

February, explained, 30
Cranmer, Bp. burnt, 68

Festival evens, custom on, 71
Cromwell, anecdote of, 16

Fletcher, Rev. W. 87, 173, 286
Crucifixion, the, 90

Fox-glove, lines on, 168
Cuckoo, lines on, 111

Franklin, Eleanor Anne, 48
Cumbyrworth, Sir T., his will, 47 Friendship, a poem, 216
Curtis's British Entomology, notice Fuseli, Henry, 92

Gales, dreadful, 283
Daisy, lines to, 87

Garcilasso de la Vega, 275
Dancing in the church at Christ. Gaudy days, 13

Genius, lines on, Ixxxv, lxxxvii
Davis, Dr. J. B., 235

Geometra roboraria, 245
Dawn, the, a poem, 240

Germany,Christmas customs in, 297
Death, reflections on, 156

Girl, lines on the death of one, five
December, explained, 284
Delta of Blackwood's Magazine, Goldfinch, lament of, 210

introductory poem by, XXV Good Friday, 69-custom at Brazen
Denon, Baron, 98

Nose College, ib., at Hampstead,
Dentist, celebrated, 292, 'note

Middlesex, ib. ceremonies in
Dickenson, Eleanor, 305

Colombia, ib. 70, 71
Dies Scholastica, 31

Grand days, 13
Diorama at Amiens in 1625, 202 Halidown Hill, battle of, 177

of Holy Rood Chapel, 234 Hallowe'en, 265
lines on, ib. 235

Hampstead, custom at, 69
Dog, sagacity of the, 229

Harding, in Flintshire, custom at, 38
Dog-days, 175

Harvest custom In Yorkshire, 208,

note

of, 195

mas, 293

years old, 305

9

Harvest-bug, 212

sion, 15.-proclaimed, 17--crown-
Hawkmoth, death's head, 194

ed, 177
Hearing, li

King James Il, died, 227
Heart's ease, lines on, 212, note

William landed, 266
Herring fishery, 247

Koecker, Mr. 292, note
Hilary Term, 12

Lacepede, Count de, 249
Holy Cross, 231

Lady Day, 71
- Thursday, 118

Lammas Day, 197
Holyrood chapel, dioramic view of, Lark, lines on, 242
234-lines on, ib. 235

Last Man, the, a poem, cix.cxi
Day, 233

Latimer, Bp. burnt, 250,
Home, pleasures of, a poemn, 214 Leaf, the last, lines on, 321
Hooper, Bp. burnt, 38

Leadbetter, Mary, 29
Howitt, Mary, poems by, 148, 215 Legend of Genevieve, 187, note

w. Influence of Nature Lent, processions in, 61
and Poetry on National Spirit, L'Envoi, concluding lines to Mr.
XXXV-poems by, 116, 140

Wiffen's Tasso, 311
Human species, varieties of, lxiv Library, Chinese, 153
Hurricane, eastern, poetically de- Life, a poem, 286
scribed, 46

Linnet, lines on, 259
Ice-plant, lines on, 59

Literary Souvenir, 214, note
Il Pastore Incantato, notice of, 179 London burnt, 217--account of the
Imagination, lxxxiv

fire of, by Mr. Pepys, 217-
Imperial Almanack, 3, note

Mr. Malcolm's reason for, 226
Infancy, a sonnet, 303

improvements in, 225
Infant, stanzas on, 303

University, 236
Inning goose, 208

Longest Day, 155
Innocents' Day, 302

Lord Mayor's Day, 268
Murder of, by Poussin, Low Sunday, 90
303

Lungs, the, lv
Insects, directions for finding, 169 Luther, Martin, 47

-torpidity of, 244, 245, 321 Lynn Mart, 42
INTRODUCTION,
xliii-cxi

M'Arthur, John, 276
Invention of the Cross, 118

Magdalen college, Oxford, customs
Irelund, Easter customs in, 73

at, 117, 157
massacre of Protestants in, Magnolias, 144
251

Malays, Ixvi
January, explained, 3

Man, physical powers of, xlv-lxxii
Jerusalem, entry of, by the Cru- intellectual faculties, lxxii-
saders, 175

xciii--moral perceptions,xciv-cxi
Jesus, name of, 198

Marignan, battle of, 229
Jesuits, their Valentine customs, 39 March, explained, 59
July, explained, 174

Martyn, Rev. T. 150
June, explained, 150

Martyrs, see Protestants and Saints
Kett, Rev. Hen. 159

Mary Magdalen, 177
Kill-bull, 294

Mary-at-hill, St. London, custom
King Charles I, martyr, 15-cus-
toms on this day, 16, 17

Massacre of St. Bartholomew, 200
Charles II coronation, 94,

in Piedmont, 160
96--restored, 130

of Protestants in Ireland,
George IV born, 199-acces- 251

at, 158

men, 158

Maundy Thursday, 68-ceremony | New Year's Day, 4-hymn sang
at Rome on, ib.

on, 5-custom at Queen's col-
May, explained, 117

lege, Oxford, on, 6
--day, 117

New Year's gifts, 6
dew, uses of, 129

Nicomede, 150
scenery, 147

Nightingale, departure of, 241–
Melancholy, a poem, 121

lines on, 110, 241
Memory, lxxix

Noche Serena, a poem,

136
Merton college, Oxford, customs at, Norwich, Valentine customs at, 40,
293, 313

41
Meteorological phenomena, 53, 104 Nossa Senhora da Barracca, 177
Middleton, Bp. hymn by, 5 November, explained, 264
Midlent Sunday, 60

garden, a poem, 282
Midnight, lines on, 23, 239

Ocean, blessing of the, 247
Midsummer Day, 157

October, explained, 248

0. Holy Rood, 233
Mignonette, lines on a sprig of, 0. Michaelmas-day, 250
322

0. Mart. 274
Mings, Sir Christopher, 150 0. Sapientia, 285
Mirage at Ramsgate, 105

Oxford University, custom at, abo.
in Sicily, 106

lished, 31-custom on May-day,
Mongolians, Ixv

117-custom at, 294
Moon, lines on, 199, 257

15,000 scholars at, 252
singular position of the, 105 Oxfordshire, Christmas ceremonies
Moonlight churchyard, a sonnet,

in, 293
317

Palin Sunday, 66
Morals, xciv

Pancakes, 37-lines on, ib.
Morning, lines on, 187

Parhelia at Arbroath, 78
hymn, 189

Parr, Rev. Dr. 61

Parry, J. H. 39
Star, lines on, 314 Passion Sunday, 64

-, poetical address to, $18 Past and the Future, a poem, xix
Moscow, matins of, 129

Pennie, J. F. memoir of, 42
Music, lines on, 273

Pentangle of Solomon, 231
Myers, Tho. LL.D. Essay on the Pepys, Samuel, reasons for discon-
physical powers, intellectual fa-

tinuing his diary, 133
culties, and moral perfections of Thomas, 65
man, xliii-cxi

Pheasant, lines on, 143
Myers, Tho. Essay on the Chinese Phelair, Olab, 50

language, 154, note, 313, 314 Piedmont, massacre in, 160
My Neighbour, a poem, 29 Pigeons, benting of, 147
Name of Jesus, 198

Pilgrimage of Fancy, a poem, 148
Nativity of B. V. M. 226

Plough Monday, 10
NATURALIST's Diary for January Polar regions, phenomena of, 53

1826, 25-February, 56-March, Pompeii, lines on, 179
83-April, 108—May, 139— Poppy, lines on, 168
June, 166-July, 187—August, Powder plot, 266
208-September, 241-October, Prayer, a poetical one, 36
258-November, 281-Decem- Primrose, evening, lines on, 190
ber, S19

Protestants burnt during the reign
Newark-upon-Trent, custom at, 17 of Q. Mary, 10

song, 188

Protestants, French, massacre of, 200 Cecilia, 273

Piedmontese, massacre Chad, 60
cf, 160

Clement, 274
massacre of, in Ireland, Crispin, 252
251

Cyprian, 235
Puck, origin of the character, 97 David, 60
Pulo, M. 253

Denys, 249
Purification of B. V. M., 35 Dunstan, 126
Quevedo, cited, 166

Etheldreda, 250
Queen's college, Oxford, customsat, Eunerchus, 226
6, 294

Fabian, 11
Quinquagesima, 36

Faith, 249
Raty, fealty for the manor of, 234 George, 94
Rainbow, lines on, 163

Giles, 217
Reason, lxxxviii

Gregory, 64
Rees, Rev. A. 151

Hilary, 11
Ramsgate, mirage at, 105

Hugh, 273
REMARKABLE Days in January James, 178

1826, S; February, 31; March, James the Less, 118
60; April, 90; May, 117 ; June, Jerome, 236
150 ; July, 175 ; August, 197John Baptist, 157, 202
Septeniber, 217 ; October, 249, John Evangelist, 119, 302

November, 265 ; December, 285 Jude, 252
Resurrection, the, 92

Lambert, 232
Richard, Bp.91

Lawrence, 198
Ridley, Bp. burnt, 250

Leonard, 267
Rogation Sunday, 100

Lucian, 9
Rogers, John, burnt, 36

Lucy, 285
Rome, Christmas eve at, 297

Luke, 251
Rood of grace, 233

Machutus, 272
Rose, lines on, 166, 167, 192 Margaret, 177
Sunday, 61

Mark, 96
Rosemnary, lines on, 29

Martin, 175, 271
Ryan, Richard, 23, 59, 189, 197, Mary-at-hill, 158
216, 248, 289

Matthew, 232
Saints.

Matthias, 49

Michael, 236
Agatha, 37

Nicholas, 285
Agnes, 12

Patrick, 66
Alban, 155

Paul, conversion of, 14
Alphege, 93

Perpetua, 62
Ambrose, 91

Peter, 158
Andrew, 274

Philip, 118
Anne, 179

Prisca, 11
Augustine, 201

Remigius, 249
Austin, 128

Richard, 91
Barnabas, 152

Silvester, 312
Bartholomew, 199

Simon, 252
Benedict, 67

Stephen, 302
Blase, 36

Swithïn, 176
Boniface, 151

Thomas, 286
Britius, 272

Valentine, 39
Catherine, 274

Vincent, 12

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