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Watson H. 464.J.2, Wickham 180 Wolferstan 98 Verinum 639

77, 80. J. E. 272. Wilberforce 68, 70, Wollaston, J. 370. Verist 638

L. D. 476. T. 508 72, 73, 164, 356 Dr. W. H. 80 Verney 284

Bp. 386 Wilcockson, G. 2. Wolseley, Sir C. 78, Verulam 179 Watt 374

T. 2. W.2

173. M. 465 Vickris 477

Watts 552. A. 1. Wildbore 569 Wood 552,560. Ald. Vigoreaux 272

Wilding 91

177, 367 bis. Capt. Villiers, M. 188. V. Waugh 562. G. 473 Wildwan 370

548. G. 282. J. W. 188 Webster, R. 572. W. Wigan 370

464, 561. T. 187 Vilmarcati. 362 ter 180

Wiggins 180 Woodford 180
Vincent 374
Wedderburne 33 Wight 284

Woodhouse 380
Vivian 70
Weech 476

Wigram 272 Woodroffe 190
Vokes 187
Weigel 348

Wilkes 471. E. P.91 Woodward 285
Vowe 84
Weir 273
Wilkie 471

Wooler 173 bis, 174 Vowler 286 Welch 282

Wilkinson, C. 562. Worcester, Bp. 456 Waddilove 273 Wellard 476

F. 634. J. F. 570. Wordsworth 83. Dr. Waddington 91, Wellesley 275, 293. W. 175 bis

464 270. Dr. 84 G. V. 293 ter Willan 189

Wortley 73 bis, 164 Waight 563 Wellington, Duke Willes 180. E. 573 Wrangham 179 Wainman 380

293 ter, 634 Williams 163, 358, Wren, SirC. 127 ter, Waite 380

Wells, B. P. 267. D. 360 ter, 451, 560 128, 223 bis, 295 Waithman 560 608. E. 465. H. bis. A. 180. C.

ter Waikfield E. A. T. 283. R. 281

379. C. H. 290. Wright 560 bis. 93. E. G. 93 Welstead 92

D, 179, 464. Sir Capt. 563. D. 637. G. 188

West 76, 168 bis, E. 187. G. 561, E. G. W. 562. J. Walcot 189

169 bis. Major M. R. 552. R. W. 573 H. 570. M. A. Walhouse 563

Willich 156

465 Walker - 367, 428, Westenra 180 Willis 435. B. 290 Wronsky 62 ter

463. Sir G. I. 273. Westmorland 184, Wills 166. B. 424 Wrottesley 69 R. 144


Willyams 477 Wyatt 39. G. 473. Wallace 264. Capt.

Ld. 265 Wilson 21, 263. J. 39 ter 283. M.474 Western 164, 260. Lieut. Col. 561. Wycbe 188 Waller 2

S. 179

A. 281.A.P.563. Wykes 506
Wallett 561
Wetherell 356

Dr. C. 471. E. 370. Wyndham 465. Sir
Wallop 377
Weyland 27

F. 187. H. 369. J. C. 2 bis Walmsley80. Dr.560 Whaley 474

187, 268, 638. Sir Wynn, C. 260, 261. Walsingham 551 Wharton 47

R. 67, 166, 262, C.W. 69, 400. W. Walters 295 ter Wheble 286

356, 559 bis. T. 68, 261. Sir W. Walton 55 Wheeler, C. 272. W. 72, 93, 263

W. 284, 461 Wanostrocht 330 380

Wilton 444

Wynne 86. T. 272 Warburton 369 Wheelers 614 Winchester, Bp. 2 Yates 82 Ward 260. G. 366. Wheelhouse 638 Windsor 180. A. 572 Yeomans 461

J. 83, 180 Wbinningfield 379 Wingfield, F. F. 85. York 181 quater, Waring C. 273. H. Wbisk 273

J. 281. R. 85 182. J. 637 93

Whitaker 402 sæpe Winnington 180 bis Abp.456 Warmell 187 Whitbread 180, 357 Winter 386

Duke 80.970, Warren 72, 380. H. Whitchcote 639 Wirtemberg, Queen 274, 275, 562 84 Whitcburch 377 563

Yorke 72. A. 639. Warre 93 Whitcomb 361 Wise 476

E. 563 Washington 399. White 605. Major Wiseman 475 Young Dr 62, 309. Gen. 399

F. 2 quater. T.J. 93. G. 434 A. 281. C. H. 273. Wastil 491

Wissett 572

G. 180. G. L. C. Waters A. 92. R. 92 Whitehead 571 Witherby 187, 188 283. G. S. 573. J. Watkins 180, 284, Whitfield 370 Wittenbach 512 376. P. 2. W. 279. Wbittam 373 Wolfe 376, 380

W. B. 180

380, 562


P. 126, b. line 11. for fatal, read total. P. 258 notes, l. 6. for Hill, read WellP. 175, b. 1. 16. for Doven, read Dodson. 1. 14. for oppressed, read oppressive.

P. 199, I. 15. for some greater princi- P. 296, b. 1. 34. for peeped above, the ple than mere determinate, read then, hills, read peered, &c. more determinate.

P. 308, 1. 4. for wining, read wincing.

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Those marked * are Wood Engravings. Andria of Terence, Scene in 219 Knill Court, co. Hereford, view of 297 * Arms of the Clares of Gloucester, Pem- *Lithographic Press, representation of 156

broke,Barons FitzWalter,&Norfolk 104 Marston North, Church, co. Bucks 577 Ashington, Manor House, co. Somerset 17 Marie Antoinette, Monument of 9 Church, 113

Messina, City of, perspective view 105 antient Tomb-stone at 209 * Newington Green Token 510 * Ball, John, Token 510

North Marston Church, co. Bucks 577 Bath Abbey Church, Tablet in 305 North West Expedition, Chart of 545 Beaulieu Abbey, Hants, Refectory of 489 Refectory of Beaulieu Abbey, Hants 489 Bowles, John, Monument of 305

* Rose and Crown, Stoke Newington 389 Burley Hull, co. Rutland, view of 393 * Ruthven's Lithographic Press 156 Cerne Abbas, Gate House at, Dorset 401 Staveley Church, co. Bucks 577 * Clare, family Arms 104

* Stoke Newington, Rose and Crown 389 Cound Church, co. Salop 201

* Sun, Eclipse of the, represented 254 Dryburgh Abbey, co. Berwick, 297 * Terence's Andria, Scene in 219 * Eclipse of the Sun, representation 254 Tomb-stone, ancient, at Ashington 209 France, Queen of, Expiatory Monument 9 Winchelsea, Earl of, view of the seat of, Gate House at Cerne Abbas, Dorset 401 co. Rutland 393

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