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Ararat, centre of population, i. 2.
Arcadian Princess, Brathwayt's, described, iii. 157.
Archery, account of, ii. 17--19.
Arms, antient regulations respecting, i. 73.
Arthur's show, particulars of, iii. 18.
Asm, S. extract from Sermon by, ii. 113.
Astrologia, term defined, ii. 219.
Aubrey, state of manners in England 1678, i. 414.
Dream related by, ii. 23.
Superstition of, ü. 274.
Augustine mission, ii. 17.
Aulus Plautius, acts of in England, i. 17.
Aumont, Duc d', lodged at Somerset house, iii. 237.
Aurora Borealis, the, converted into signs and wonders, ii.
BADBY, burnt as a heretic, ii. 25.
Badges, origin of, i. 131.
Bailiff, dreadful encounter of with a butcher, i. 358.
Bailiffs, number of, 1677, i. 352.
Ball, J. doctrines of liberty and equality, i. 117.
Ballad-singers licensed, iii. 42.
Bands, a Methodist term, explained, ii. 183.
Barker, M. extract from Sermon by, ii. 122.
Baxter, R. extract from Sermon by, ii. 124.
Belief in the existence of witches, ii. 264.
Bayley, a quaker, punished, ü. 150.
Bedford, Earl of, charity of temp. Eliz. i. 203.
Bell, Serjeant, prophecy of, ü. 193.
Bells, custom of tolling, i. 385.
Bertlet, charity of Lord, i. 336.
Betterton, theatre erected by, iii. 97.
Bill-sticking, antiquity of, i. 206.
Bilson, extract from Sermon by, ii. 104. he:
Bishop, consecrated by J. Wesley, ii. 194.
Blair, Dr. extract from Sermondby, ii. 140.
Boadicea, Queen, dress of, ü. 281.
Courage, cruelty, and death of, i. 21.
Bolingbroke, Sir R. hanged, ii, 299.
Bonnor, Bishop, anecdotes of, i. 207.
Book of Common Prayer torn publicly by soldiers, ü. 64.
Book-binding, more antient than printing, ii. 110.
Bowling-green house, New road, notices of, i. 395.
Boxing, antiquity of, iii. 38.
Brandon, a juggler, tricks of, iii. 24.
Breeches, stuffed, particulars of, ii. 314.
Briefs, particulars of, i. 357. :: non
British manners and customs, doubtful in early ages, i. 13.
Britons, character of, by the Romans, i. 23.
- by G. Cambrensis, i. 24.
remarkable for courage, i. 14.,"?
treachery of certain, i. 16.
active and hardy, i. 26.";
manner of painting their bodies, i. 30,
of burial, i. 128. 11.**
Brocardo, the cabalist, refuted, i. 246.
Bromhall, T. a promoter of superstition, ii. 270.
Brown, Sir T. list of unlucky acts enumerated by, ii, 263...
Buckingham, earl of, courage of, i. 99.
Duke of, speech of, temp. R. III. respecting sanctuaries, i. 155. Si Bulkeley, Sir R. folly of, ii. 212. Bull-baiting, described, iii. 55. Bullein, Anna, charity of, i. 194. Bulloigne, Godfrey of, specimen of a work so called, üi,
129. Bulwer, J. comments of on dress, ii. 310. Bunyan, J. extract from his Groans of a damned Soul, ii. 127.
Burgess and Marshall, time occupied by them in preaching, ii. 50.
C. extract from Sermon by, ii. 111.
A. ditto, i. 116.
Burial, Quaker, mode of, ü. 174.
Burton, comments of on dress, ii. 312.
Butcher, J. burnt, ü. 30.
CADE, J. insurrection of, i. 149.
Cæsar, J. invasion of England by, i. 15.
second, i. 17.
Calamy, E. extract from Sermon by, ii. 118.
R. ditto, ii. 130. Cambridge, Earl of, courage of him and other Knights,
Cedwalla, form of a conveyance made by, i. 50.
Celts, i. 1.
Challenge, antient method of deciding, i. 128.
Chapels, Roman Catholick, destroyed, i. 375.
Charles I. character of, i. 242.
II. character of, i. 291.
reception of after his restoration, i. 295.
humiliating explanation made by, i. 340.
Charms, a catalogue of, against evil accidents, &c. ii. 259.
Charters, sworn to be observed by Henry III. i. 83.
Child, J. narrative relative to, ii. 88.
Christmas day, how observed 1643, ü. 66.
Churches, manners of the people in, ii. 69.
French and Dutch, address of Ministers of to
Charles II. ii. 86.
Citizens, domestic amusements of the, iii. 32.
Citters, the Sieur, assaulted at a bonfire, iii. 49.
Clarke, S. extract from Sermon by, ii. 133. .
Clergy, minds of the, illustrated, ii. 97.
Clubs, various particulars of, iii. 238.
Coaches, introduction of, i. 227.
Coal-heavers, whimsical punishment inflicted by, i. 400.
Cock-fighting, iji. 236.
Cockney, term of, explained, i. 205.
Coin, base, i. 317, 367.
Collars, instances of a negro and a dog advertised with, i. 369.
Collier, J. extract from Sermon by, ii. 132.
a reformer of the Stage, iii. 100.
Collings, extract from Sermon by, ii. 125.
Combat, antient, between English and French Knights, i. 100.
Concubines, Heywood's notices of, i. 223.
Conference, Methodist, account of, ii. 191.
Congregational and Presbyterian Ministers, agreement be-
tween, ii. 93.
Contradictions in the accounts of the antient Britons,
Conventicle Courant, extract from, ii. 82.
Conventicles suppressed, ii. 70–81.
Copeland, combat of Sir J. with Sir L. D' Lorris, 1. 98.
John, singular conduct of towards the Queen of
Edward Ill. i. 108.
Cornwallis, Bishop, extract from Serinon by, ü. 134.
Cosmetics, bad effects of, ii. 319.
Courtesy of England, i. 68.
Cowley, the Works of, noticed, iii. 181.
Craven, I. extract from Sermon by, ii. 126.
Credulity, instance of, i. 339.
Crispe, T. extract from Sermon by, ü. 115.
Cromwell, O. character of, i. 244.
superstition of, ü. 259, 267.
Crusades, account of, ii. 231.
Cuckold, antiquity of the term, i. 214.
Curfew bell, origin of, i. 61.