Page images
PDF
EPUB

Bingham (C. W.) on Lapwing or peewit, 124

Natter, its derivation, 224

Poor Coek Robin's death, 182

Primula, 202
Birmingham, first book printed there, 145
Bishops nominated by Pitt and Lord Palmerston,

458
Bisschop (Jani de), chorus musarum, 93
B. (J.) on heraldic query, 73
B. (J. E.) on Basing House, Hampshire, 499

Lord Hopton's memoirs, 515
B. (J. R.) on the Laird of Lee, 65

Model of Edinburgh, 116
Black Bear Inn, Cumnor, 376
Blackwood's Magazine and the Chaldee manu-
script, 314
Bladon (James) on St. Sepulchre's passing-bell, 388
Blair (D.), Melbourne, on anonymous works, 614,
618

"Fatherhood of God," author of the phrase,
614

Wroeites, a sect, 493
Blair (Robert), frontispiece to the "Grave," 196
Blake (William), his Life, 312
Blent (Cecil) on St. Ishmael, 156
Blind alehouse, explained, 137
Bliss (Miss), portrait, 516
Bloody hand in escutcheons, 54, 80
Bockett (Julia R.) on the Basset family, 417
Boileau (J. P.) on the trials of animals, 155
Boispreaux (M. de), "Rienzi," 320
Boleyn (Anne), her execution, 211
Bolton (James), botanical artist, 345
Book-covers, contents of old, 404
Book hawkers in India, 513
Book hawking exposed, 70
Books, origin of their titles, 279

Books recently published: —•

Alford's New Testament for General Readers,

106
Annual Register for 1863, 490
Arnason's Icelandic Legends, 272
Arundel Society's Publications, 106
Autograph Souvenir, 410
Bernard on the Book of Job, 205
Bibliotheca Chethamensis, by T. Jones, 105
Bisset's Omitted Chapters of the History of

England, 370
Blake (William), Life, 312
Blew's Common Prayer in Latin, 44
Blondel on the Expulsion of the English from

Normandy, 44
Book of Days (Chambers), 146
Brady's Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, 272
Brown Book of Reference, 44
Brunei's Manuel dm Libraire, 332
Calendar of State Papers: Domestic Series,

1634—1635, 630
Camden Society: Letters of Queen Margaret

of Anjou and Bp. Beckington, 26
Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain
and Ireland: Walsingham's Chronicles of
St. Alban's, 45 I; Letters and Papers illus-
trative of the Reigns of Richard III. and

Books recently published: —

Henry VII., 450 ; Annalcs Monastici: Mar-

gan, Tewkesbury, and Burton, 450
Clarke's Essay on the Apocalypse, 146
Cockayne's Leechdoms, Wortcunning, and

Starcraft of Early England, 166
Coote's Neglected Fact in English History, 470
Cre-Fydd's Family Fare, 106
Cowper (Mary, Countess), Diary, 272
Debrett's Peerage and Baronetage, 166
Dickens, "Our Mutual Friend," 390
Dowding's Life and Correspondence of G.

Calixtus, 44
Diaries of a Lady of Quality, 409
Evans's Coins of the Ancient Britons, 185
Godwin's Another Blow for' Life, 250
Goulburn on the Idle Word, 332
Griffiths's Text-Book of the Microscope, 312
Hand-Book of the Cathedrals of England, 166
Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln, his Life, 272
Jameson's History of Our Lord illustrated,

389
Jest Book, arranged by Mark Lemon, 490
Journal of Sacred Literature, 86
Ken's Morning, Evening, and Midnight

Hymns, 44
Lapland, a Spring and Summer in, 44
Lewins, Her Majesty's Mails, 410
Lewis's Essays on the Administration of Great

Britain, 291
Lovelace's Lucasta, by W. C. Hazlitt. 205
Lowndes's Bibliographer's Manual, 291
Manchester Free Library Catalogue, 429
Neckam (Alex.), De Naturis Rerum, 86
Notes on Wild Flowers, 389
Phipson's Utilization of Minute Life, 490
Post Office London Directory, 1864, 66
Quarterly Review, 86, 370
Reithmuller's Alex Hamilton, 146
Salvin's Stereoscopic Views of Copan, 105
Shakspeare: a Biography by De Quincey. 350
Shakspeare and Jonson, 350
Shakspeare Life Portraits, by Friswell, 250
Shakspeare, Reference Memorial edition, 250
Shakspeare's Songs and Sonnets, 250
Shakspeare's Jest Books, 146, 360
Shakspeare's Seven Ages Depicted, 25
Shakspeare's Works, by Dyce, 166, 350;

Cambridge edition, 250,429; Staunton,350;

Keightley, 530
Shaw's Students' Manual, 312
Sleigh's History of the Parish of Leek, 490
Smith's Dictionary of the Bible, 26, 206, 470
Smythe's Ten Months in the Fiji Islands, 186
Sterne (Laurence), Life, by Fitzgerald, 332
Taylor's Words and Places, 205
Todd's Life of St. Patrick, 25
Tytler's History of Scotland, 389
Walton's Lives of Donne, &e., 250
Webster's Syntax and Synonyms of the Greek

Testament, 470
Williams's Psalms interpreted of Christ, 86
Worgan's Divine Week, 86
Wright (Thomas), Autobiography, 186

Booth family of Geldresome, 172
Borlase (Rev. Henry), one of the Plymouth
brethren, 203
Borrow Sucken, co. Northampton, 477
Boscobel (J. C.) on longevity of Mr. Hutchesson, 33
Bothwell (Francis Stuart, Earl of) and Mary
Queen of Scots, 411; his parentage, 300
Boulogne, prints of the old cathedral, 476, 506;
public library, 477
Bourchier (Rev. Edward), noticed, 280
Bow cemetery, epitaphs, 317
Bowes (Paul), noticed, 247, 330
Bowyer House, Camberwell, 151
#. (Zachary), noticed, 54
Braham (John), the vocalist, 318, 444
Brahma, the Hindoo god, 197,262
Bramston (Rev. James), biography, 205
Brandt (Sebastian), “Ship of Fooles,” translated
by Barclay, 1509, 437
Bramham (Hugh), noticed, 212, 271, 308
Brass knocker, or remains of a feast, 496
Bray (Owen) of Loughlinstown, 443, 502–504
Brent (Algernon) on institution of the Rosary,
154
Brettingham (Matthew), architect, 63
Bridgeman (S.), plans and drawings, 421
Bridger (Charles) on bibliography of heraldry and
genealogy, 190
Descents of the infant Prince of Wales, 129
Eleanor d'Olbreuse, 144
“Brighton Chronicle,” noticed, 75
Bristol, erroneous monumental inscriptions, 87,289
Bristow (John), noticed, 97, 248
Britannia on pence and halfpence, 37
British Gallery and British Institution, 97
British Institution of Living Artists, 165
Broad arrow, its origin, 165
Brook (Abraham), noticed, 355
Brooke (Dr. R. S.) on the verb “To Liquor,” 221
Brookthorpe on Crancelin bearing, 522
Brown family of Coalston, 258, 311
Brown (F.) on Sir Edward Gorges, Knt., 377
Browne (Robert Dillon), noticed, 270, 369
Browne (Sir Thomas), belief in witchcraft, 400
Bruce (Rev. Arch.), his works, 320
Bruce (John) on Dunbar earldom, 97
Laud (Abp.), unpublished satirical papers, 1
Ruthven, Earl of Forth and Brentford, 270,
294
Bruges hospital, picture of the “Massacre of the
Innocents,” 74
Brussels, patrician families at, 174, 331
Bryan (Mrs. Margaret), her death, 355
Bryans (J. W.) on Victoria and Albert Order, 322
B. (T) on an antiquarian discovery, 319
Casts of seals, 507
Cobbett (William), 422
Cromwell's head, 180, 264
Drage (Wm.), author of “The Practice of
Physic,” 135
Lamballe (the Princess de), 113
Lesurques (Joseph), his unfortunate case, 473
Marriages, early, 23
Ministerial wooden spoon, 214
Passing-bell of St. Sepulchre's, 170

B. (T.) on Raine's marriage portion of 100l., 475
Scottish customs, 153
Shepherd (Mrs. Catherine), a heroine, 132
Woltaire's remains, 277
Buchanan (Geo.), “Tyrannical Government Anato-
mis'd,” its translator, 514
Buckingham (Geo. Williers, 1st Duke of), letter to
James I., 5; his influence over James I., 452
Buckton (T. J.) on Alabarches, 294
Aristotle's Politics, 475
Capnobatae, 23
Chess, its antiquity, 428
Cuckoo song, 465
Danish right of succession, 181
Denmark, absolute monarchy of 189
Erasmus and Sir Thomas More, 62
Denmark versus the Germanic Confederation,
3.18
Hebrew MSS. destroyed by the Jews, 485
Hindoo gods, 198
Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, 267
Justice applied to magistrates, 485
Kuster's death, 115
Monks and friars, 427
Moses, etymology of the name, 408
Mottoes wanted, 116
Mozarabic Liturgy, 267
Psalm xc. 9, its translation, 102
Questmen and sidesmen, 65
“Revenons à nos moutons,” 408
Schleswig-Holstein, 212
Sepia shedding ink, 408
Septuagint version, 470
Trade winds, 311
Upper and Lower Empire, 446
Budd (Henry), his death, 417, 528
Buddhists in Britain, 344
Bull-bull, a joke on the nightingale, 38, 81
Bullfinch, its mischievous propensities, 124
Bunn (Alfred), comedian, 55, 105, 182
Bunyan (John), neglected biography, 455; in-
scription on his tomb, 474
B (Thomas de), “Hibernia Dominicana,” 457
Burial-place of still-born children, 34
Burial offerings, 35, 63,296, 387
Burial Service, origin of the passage,
midst of life,” &c., 177, 407
Burke (Edmund) and “the family burying ground,”
377,406; on the Ballot, 297, 385, 444; supposed
bull, 212, 267, 366,445
Burn (J.H.) on stamp duties on painters' canvass,
141

“In the

[merged small][ocr errors]

"Buscapie," a pamphlet attributed to Cervantes,

512
Butler (Archer), Essay on Shakspeare, 343
Butterfield (Robert), "Masehil," 448
Buttery (Albert) on Buttery family, 457
Buttery family, 457

Q

C. on Northumbrian monoy, 56

Shakspeare and Plato, 63

Window glass, its introduction, 400
Caen stone, how seasoned, 68, 138
"Caged Skylark," author of the poem, 615
Calcebos, its meaning, 435
Caldecott (Thomas), unpublished Shaksperian

MS&, 480
Calf (Sir John), singular epitaph, 215
Calixtus (Geo.), Life and Correspondence, 44
Callis (Robert), legal writer, 134, 204
Calton, its etymology, 117
Calverley (C. S.), charade, 379
CalTerley (Mr.), dancing-master, 101
Camaca, a silk, origin of the word, 618
Camberwell, Bowyer House, 151
Cambridge Bible of 1837, 36
Cambridge tradesmen in 1635, 10
Camden (Wm.), poem " Thames and Isis," 344
Camel born in England, 132
Campbell (Sir Alexander), noticed, 367
Campbell (Rev. Daniel) inquired after, 114
Campbell (Sir Hugh), noticed, 367
Campbell (J. D.) on Cambridge tradesmen in 1635,
10

Compete, its early use as a verb, 97

Dummerer, its meaning, 355

Eastern king's device, 173

Horace, Ode xiii., translator, 173

Jeffrey (Lord), letter to Bernard Burton, 70

"Keepsake," 1828, 258

Marine risks in the 17th century, 319

Mikias, or Kilometer, 618

Parietines, its meaning, 281

Parson Chaff', 281

Scottish games, 84

Stum rod, its meaning, 299

Whittled down, 627
Campbell (Dr. John), author of " Hermippus Be-

divivus," 100
Campolongo (Emmanuel), "Litholexicon," 240
Canine suicide, 615
Cannon used by the French, 1746, 456
Capell (Edward), " Notes on Shakspeare," 77
CapnobatiB, notice of this people, 23
Carey (P. S.) on Albini Brito, 505

Lambert (General), 34

Meschines, 310

Poulet (George), 213

Schomberg's Ode to Capt. Cook, 402

Witches in Lancaster Castle, 269
Carilford on Sir Richard Ford, 242

Ford rebus, or punning motto, 241

Leighton family, 136

May (Sir Edward), Bart., 36, 469
Rule for tincturing a motto scroll, 616

Carilford on Shakspeare's arms, 232

Yorkc (Captain), 12; family arms, 126
Carmichael (C. H. E.) on Smyth of Braco and

Stewart of Orkney, 426
Caroline (Queen), consort of George II., lampoon

on, 242
Carter Lane meeting-house, 387
Cary family in Holland, 398, 468, 525
Castlemaine (Lord) on two or more crests, 496
Catharine of Braganza, her retinue, 377
Cats, epitaphs on, 475
Cats, great battle of, 133, 247
Catz (Dr. Jacob), Dutch poet, 259
C. (B. H.) on anagram: Andreas Riretus, 53

Cromwell's head, 265

Grumbald Hold, 223

Gainsborough Prayer-Book, 97

Hall (Jo.), author of " Jacob's Ladder," 497

"Heraclitus Ridens," its editor, 73

Hum and Buz, meaning of the phrase, 436

Jacob (Sir John) of Bromley, 445

Loretto holy house, 73

Maps of Roman Britain, 196

Private Prayers for the Laity, 193

Psalms: "Li Sette Salmi," 98

St. Mary Matfelon, 223

Taffy, Paddy, and Sandy, 194

Toothache, folk-lore cure, 393
C. (E.) on ancient seals, 113

Chess, its antiquity, 428
Cervantes, and the pamphlet " Buscapie," 512
C. (G. A.) on brass knocker, 496

Frumentum: Siligo, 13

Heraldic queries, 497

Wegh, a certain weight or quantity, 38
C. (H.) on Black Bear Inn at Cumnor," 376

Book hawkers in India, 513

Buddhists in Britain, 344

Congreve's parentage, 132

D'Abriehcourt family, 320

De Foe and Dr. Livingstone, 281

Druidical remains in India, 53

Eastern Ethiopians, 354

Fingers of Hindoo gods, 73

Fowls with human remains, 182

Godfrey of Bouillon's tree, 458

Hindoo gods, 449

Invention of iron defences, 173

Iron mask at Woolwich, 135

Ivanhoc: Waverley, origin of the titles, 176

Jack of Newbury, 478

Maiden Castle in Dorsetshire, 101

Massachusetts stone, 298

Mounds of human remains, 191

Medmenham Club, 482

Puck: his eastern origin, 394

Seraglio library, 415

Sign manual at Iconinm, 436

Upper and Lower Empire, 379

Vishnu the prototype of the mermaid, 238
Chaffers (A.) on picture of Agineourt battle, 171
Chaigneau (Wm.), Irish novelist, 11, 66, 507
Chaldee manuscript, 314
Chaloner (John), his works, 204
Chambers (G. F.) on casts of seals, 450

Chancellors, their London residences, 8, 92, 200
Chandler (Richard), compiler of Parliamentary

Debates, 151
Chandos portrait of Shakspeare, 336
Chaperon, its meaning, 280, 312, 384, 446, 609
Charades: The drugget, 379; "Sir Geoffrey lay,"

425
Charlemagne (Emperor), his posterity, 134, 270,

365; his tomb, 461
Charlemont earldom and viscount, 33
Charles I., Gustavtis Adolphus letter to, 294; an
epitaph on, by J. II., 13; place of his execu-
tion, 204
Charles II., his illegitimate children, 211, 289, 366,

409
Charnock (E. S.) on Towt, towter, 311
Chaworth or Cudurcis, 114
C. (H. B.) on passago in Antiphanes, 486

Ballot: three blue beans, 444

Cruel King Philip, 103

English topography in Dutch, 406

Evander's order, 309

"Here lies Fred," &c, 386

Maevius of ancient times, 182

"Royal Stripes, or a Kick from Yarmouth to
Wales," 346

Satirical Sonnet, Gobbo andPasquin, 81

Tydides, 23
C. (H. C) on Freemasons noticed by Gesner, 97

Horace not an old woman, 475

Portraits of Our Lord, 290
Chelmorton, inscription on the font, 299, 365
Cheque, Clerk of the, 62
Cherington (Viscount), "Memoirs," 347
Chess, its antiquity, 377, 428, 447 ; works on, 114
Chetham Library Catalogue, 105
Cheyne (Capt. Alex.), his death, 34
Children, burial-place of still-born, 34
Children's games, 394, 395

Chitteldroog on misquotations by great authorities,
454

Colloquialisms not always vulgarisms, 511

Hornccks (the Miss), 521
Christenings at court in 1607, 496
Christian names from the Pagans, 24
Christian (T. P.), author of " The Revolution," 435
Christmas customs, 395
Chronicle, English, in manuscript, 54
"Church," a poem, its author, 297
"Church of our Fathers," poem, its author, 297,

369
Churches within Roman camps, 173, 329, 441
Churchman (Richard), lines on his death, 209
C. (J. E.) on fardel of land, 358

Tamar manor-house, 357
C. (J. L.) on Richard Adams. 42

Peckard (Peter), D.D., his MBS., 35

Washington (Joseph), 23
C. (K. R.)on Esquire and academical degrees, 377

Throgmorton (Sir Nicholas), 43
Clarence (Lionel of Antwerp, Duke of), coat

armour, 330
Clarendon (R. V.), inquired after, 496
Clarke (Charles), F.S.A. of Balliol College, 435
Clarke (Charles), Capt. R.N., 435

Clarke (Charles), F.S.A. of the Ordnance Office,

435
Clarke (IT.) on Infidel societies and Swedenbor-

gians, 377
Clarke (Hyde) on curious sign manual, 529

Seraglio library, 626
Clarges (Francis), a cavalier, his letter, 238, 311
Clergymen, eases of longevity, 22, 44, 82,123, 182,

257
Clerk of the Cheque, 62
Clifton, cenotaph to the 79th regiment, 11, 84
Climachus (St. John), his "Climax," 241
Climate of England, testimony to it, 95
Clonmell (John Scott, Earl of), Diary, 477, 529
Clotworthy (John), 1st Viscount Massareene, 344
Cloyne parochial records, 272
Club at the Mermaid Tavern, 498
Cobbett (Win.), his learning and political princi-
ples, 370, 422, 423, 442
Cobham pyramid designed by S. Bridgeroan, 421
Cock Robin's death in a church window, 98,182
Cockle, an Order in France, 117, 184, 221
Coffee-houses considered a nuisance, 493
Coffins and monuments made before death, 255,

363, 423, 469
Coin, Danish, 355
Coins, Dictionary of, 172
Cokayne (Mrs.) of Ashbourne, 20
Cokayne (Thomas), barrister, 21
Coke (Bp. George), certificate of Conformity, 374
Colasterion, information required, 496
Colborne families, 171
Cold in the month of June, 164
Cole (Robert) on Sir Michael Stanhope, 516
Coleridge (Herbert), his death, 450
Coliberti, a species of villenage, 300, 384, 446
Colkitto, an Irish officer, 118, 183, 287
Collier (Jeremy), "Short View of the Stage," 38
Collier (J. P.) on verification of a jest, 491

Raleigh (Sir Walter), particulars of, 7; docu-
ments, 108, 207, 351
Collins (John), "To-morrow," 17, 204; its proto-
type, 461
Colloquialisms not always vulgarisms, 511
Colossus of Rhodes, 457
Colvill (Alex.), D.D., noticed, 51
Colvill (Samuel), noticed, 51
Comberbach (Mr.) and Milton's third wife, 95
Comet of 1581, 114, 364
Comic songs translated, 76, 172, 223
"Common Law," its original signification, 152, 222
Common Prayer-Book printed at Gainsborough,

97, 144, 164
"Compete," its early use as a verb, 97
Conformity, Bp. Coke's certificate, 1641, 374
Congreve (Lieut.-Col. Harry) on painting of the
Siege of Valenciennes, 459
South African discovery, 498
Congreve (Win.), his parentage, 132
Congreve (Sir Wm.), inventor of iron defences, 173
Coningsby (Sir John de), lineage, 280, 349
Consonants in Welsh, 364
Constable (Henry), confined in the Tower, 7
Constantinople, seraglio library at, 415, 526
Cook (Capt.), ode to him by Sir A. Schomberg, 402
Cook (Thomas), alderman of Youghal, 55
Cooke (T. F.) on Lord Thurlow's residence, 200
Cooper (C. H. and Thompson) on Richard Adams,
64

Bankes (George), Vicar of Cherryhinton, 43

Bentley (Richard), D.D., 530

Bowes (Paul), 247, 330

Bramston (Rev. James), 205

Branham (Hugh), 271, 308

Cambridge villages, 271

Clotworthy (John), 1st Viscount Massareene,
344

Coo (Thomas) of Peterhouse, Cambridge, 43

Forster (Joseph) of Queen's College, 258

Gilbert (Thomas), Esq., 263

Hall (John), B.D., 530

Hawkins (John), 20

Hennebcrt (Charles), 164

Horrocks (Jeremiah), 509

Lloyd (Charles), the poet, 10

Molesworth (John), Esq., 378

Richardson (Rev. Christopher), 271

Rowley (Rev. Joshua), longevity, 82

Spencer (Beckwith) of Yorkshire, 498

Symes (Wm.), master of St. Saviour's school,
400

Talbot Papers, 489

Torre (James), Yorkshire antiquary, 507

Venables (Col. Robert), 120

Watson (Wm.), LL.D., 517

Whiting (Nathanael), 420

Wilkinson (Rev. Thomas), 480

Wood (John), rector of Cadleigh, 437
Cooper (G. J.), on Bellamy's translation of the
Bible, 14

Horsley (Bishop), portraits, 38

Longevity of clergymen, 22

Owen Glyndwr s parliament-house, 247

Preface to the Bible, 283
Copan, stereoscopic views of its ruins, 105
Copley (Christopher), biography, 201
Coriate (Thomas), the traveller, 310, 369
"Cork Magazine," author of an article, 73
Cork parochial records, 272
Cornelisz (Lucas), monogram, 380
Corner (C. T.) on Colossus of Rhodes, 457
Corney (Bolton) on Francis Wise, B.IX, 121

Shakspeare's birth-day, 225

State-Paper rectified, 5
Cornish proverbs, 208, 275
Cornish stannary court, 374
Coronets used by the French noblesse, 80
Corpse, meaning a living person, 296
Corseul, arrondissement of Dinan, 389
Cotterell (Lieut.-Col.), noticed, 297
Couch (T. Q.) on Coliberti, &c, 300
"County Families," claims and descents, 71
Coventry (Sir John), K.B., 191
Cowper (B. H.) on the Newton stone, 245, 428
Cowper (Mary, Countess), " Diary," 272
Cox (James), his museum, 305
Cpl. on christenings at court, 496

Club at the Mermaid tavern, 498

Cokayne (Mrs.), 20

Donne (John), jun., 21

Cpl. on Markbam (Lady), Donne's friend, 498

Swinburne (Mr.), Sec. to Sir H. Faushaw, 12
C. (P. S.) on Aubery and Du Val, 133

Calcebos, its meaning, 435

Danish right of succession, 331

Martin family, 349

Mordaunt barony, 416

Witch trials in the 17th century, 324
Crabtree (Henry), biography, 192
Cradock (Sir Richard Newton), his tomb, 87
Craggs (Thomas), on enigma of five brothers, 199

"He digged a pit," 193
Craig (Rev. Thomas) of Whitby, 22
Crancelin in heraldry, 467, 622
Cranidge (John), M.A, of Bristol, 280
Cranstoun (Helen D'Arcv), unpublished poems,

147, 484
Crapaud ring, 142
Crests, on bearing two, 496

Crcswell (S. F.) on Judicial Committee of the
Privy Council, 193

Kings! an exclamation in children's play, 456
Cribbage, the ancient Noddy, 358
Croghan, King's County, noticed by Spenser, 399
Cromwell (Oliver), his supposed skull, 119, 178.

264, 305
Croquet, its derivation, 494

Crossley (James) on Dobbs' Trade and Improve-
ment of Ireland, 63
Crowe field in St Martin's-in-the-Fields, 153
Crowne (John), " Andromache," 323
C. (T.)on the Ballot: three blue beans, 385

Rye-House plot cards, 9
Cuckoo, notes on the, 394, 450
Cuckoo song, its notes, 418, 465, 508
"Cui bono," proper use of the phrase, 192
Cullum (Sir Thomas), bart., relative, 55
Cumberland (Richard) and Congreve, 496
Cumming (James), F.S.A., 212, 308
Cumnor, Black Bear inn, 376, 438
Cunningham (Peter) on wit defined, 30
Curll (Edmund) and Voiture's Letters, 425
Curmudgeon, its etymology, 319, 370
Cuttle (Capt.) his note on notes not original, 54
C. (W.) on Thomas Gilbert, 349

Sheen priory drawings, 379.

[ocr errors][merged small]
« EelmineJätka »