The Every-day Book and Table Book. v. 3 (of 3)
Everlasting Calerdar of Popular Amusements, etc, etc
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The Every-day Book and Table Book. v. 3 (of 3) Everlasting Calerdar of Popular Amusements, etc, etc

By William Hone
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  • THE EVERY-DAY BOOK AND TABLE BOOK; OR, EVERLASTING CALENDAR OF POPULAR AMUSEMENTS, SPORTS, PASTIMES, CEREMONIES, MANNERS, CUSTOMS, AND EVENTS, INCIDENT TO Each of the Three Hundred and Sixty-five Days, IN PAST AND PRESENT TIMES; FORMING A COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE YEAR, MONTHS, AND SEASONS, AND A PERPETUAL KEY TO THE ALMANAC; INCLUDING ACCOUNTS OF THE WEATHER, RULES FOR HEALTH AND CONDUCT, REMARKABLE AND IMPORTANT ANECDOTES, FACTS, AND NOTICES, IN CHRONOLOGY, ANTIQUITIES, TOPO- GRAPHY, BIOGRAPHY, NATURAL HISTORY, ART, SCIENCE, AND GENERAL LITERATURE; DERIVED FROM THE MOST AUTHENTIC SOURCES, AND VALUABLE ORIGINAL COMMUNI- CATIONS, WITH POETICAL ELUCIDATIONS, FOR DAILY USE AND DIVERSION.
  • PREFACE.
    • THE FRONTISPIECE. PETRARCH’S INKSTAND.
      • AN ODE, BY PETRARCH, To the Fountain of Valchiusa
    • AN ODE, BY PETRARCH, To the Fountain of Valchiusa
  • Vol. I.—1.
    • My Table Book.
    • Ode to the New Year From the Every Day Book: set to Music for the Table Book, By J. K.
    • The New Year.
      • HAGMAN-HEIGH.
      • SONNET ON THE NEW YEAR.
    • HAGMAN-HEIGH.
    • SONNET ON THE NEW YEAR.
    • Antiquities.
      • Westminster Abbey.
    • Westminster Abbey.
    • Biographical Memoranda.
      • Cometary Influence.
      • Two Painters.
    • Cometary Influence.
    • Two Painters.
    • Representation of a Pageant Vehicle and Play.
    • “The Thing to a T.”
    • Books.
    • Imagination.
    • Actors.
    • Home Department.
      • Potatoes.
    • Potatoes.
    • London.
      • Lost Children.
      • Ticket Porters.
    • Lost Children.
    • Ticket Porters.
    • Manners.
      • Oliver Cromwell.
      • Old Women.
      • Duel with a Bag.
      • “A New Matrimonial Plan.”
    • Oliver Cromwell.
    • Old Women.
    • Duel with a Bag.
    • “A New Matrimonial Plan.”
    • Topographical Memoranda.
      • Clerical Longevity.
      • Spelling for a Wake.
      • THE BEAUTIES OF SOMERSET. A BALLAD.
    • Clerical Longevity.
    • Spelling for a Wake.
    • THE BEAUTIES OF SOMERSET. A BALLAD.
    • Weather.
      • A new Hygrometer.
    • A new Hygrometer.
    • Omniana.
      • Calico Company.
      • The Red Kitten.
    • Calico Company.
    • The Red Kitten.
    • Twelfth-Day
      • SONNET TO A PRETTY GIRL IN A PASTRY-COOK’S SHOP.
      • “Holly Night” at Brough.
      • Note.
    • SONNET TO A PRETTY GIRL IN A PASTRY-COOK’S SHOP.
    • “Holly Night” at Brough.
    • Note.
  • Vol. I.—2.
    • Emigration of the Deer from Cranbourn Chase, 1826.
      • Cranbourn.
      • Affray in the Chase.
      • Buck-hunting.
      • Other Sports of Cranbourn Chase.
      • First Pack of Fox-hounds.
      • Origin of Cranbourn Chase.
    • Cranbourn.
    • Affray in the Chase.
    • Buck-hunting.
    • Other Sports of Cranbourn Chase.
    • First Pack of Fox-hounds.
    • Origin of Cranbourn Chase.
    • Barley-break.
      • Barla-breikis.
    • Barla-breikis.
    • Scraps.
      • Plate Tax.
      • The Dial.
    • Plate Tax.
    • The Dial.
    • Mock funeral of a Bath Chairman.
    • William Gifford, Esq.
    • Interesting Memoir of Mr. Gifford. By Himself—verbatim.
      • Mr. Gifford.
    • Mr. Gifford.
    • Omniana.
      • Advertisement.
      • Capital for Banking.
      • March of Intellect.
      • Missing a Style.
    • Advertisement.
    • Capital for Banking.
    • March of Intellect.
    • Missing a Style.
  • Vol. I.—3.
    • The Newsman.
    • The Drama.
      • License for enacting a Play.
    • License for enacting a Play.
    • THOMAS AIRAY, The Grassington Manager and his Theatrical Company, Craven, Yorkshire.
    • Literary Novelty.
    • The ancient River Fleet at Clerkenwell.
    • January.
      • Angling in January.
      • Plough Monday.
    • Angling in January.
    • Plough Monday.
    • Topography.
      • Willy-Howe, Yorkshire.
      • Horn Church in Essex.
    • Willy-Howe, Yorkshire.
    • Horn Church in Essex.
    • Customs.
      • The present Boar’s Head Carol.
      • Beating the Lapstone.
    • The present Boar’s Head Carol.
    • Beating the Lapstone.
    • Manners.
      • Gambling-houses a Century ago.
    • Gambling-houses a Century ago.
    • Omniana.
      • Taste.
      • Two Ravens, abroad.
      • Two Ravens, at home.
      • The last Tree of the Forest.
      • Miss Polly Baker.
      • Bread Seals.
      • Bleeding for our Country.
    • Taste.
    • Two Ravens, abroad.
    • Two Ravens, at home.
    • The last Tree of the Forest.
    • Miss Polly Baker.
    • Bread Seals.
    • Bleeding for our Country.
    • Social Happiness.
      • A Village New Year.
    • A Village New Year.
  • Vol. I.—4.
    • The last Likeness of the Duke of York.
      • SHAKSPEARE’S DUKES of YORK, &c.
      • OTHO, EARL OF YORK.
      • THE DUKES OF YORK.
      • The Dance of Torches.
    • SHAKSPEARE’S DUKES of YORK, &c.
    • OTHO, EARL OF YORK.
    • THE DUKES OF YORK.
    • The Dance of Torches.
    • Mr. Charles Lamb. To the Editor.
    • Garrick Plays. No. I.
    • Literature.
      • Glances at New Books on my Table.
      • SAYING NOT MEANING. By William Basil Wake. For the Table Book.
    • Glances at New Books on my Table.
    • SAYING NOT MEANING. By William Basil Wake. For the Table Book.
    • Characters.
      • THE OLD GENTLEMAN.
      • A HAPPY MEETING.
      • Lines to his Cousin ON THE NEW YEAR, By a Westminster Boy.
    • THE OLD GENTLEMAN.
    • A HAPPY MEETING.
    • Lines to his Cousin ON THE NEW YEAR, By a Westminster Boy.
    • GERMAN UNIVERSITIES.
  • Vol. I.—5.
    • Colley Cibber’s youngest Daughter.
    • AN INEDITED BALLAD.
      • The Outlandish Knight.
    • The Outlandish Knight.
    • PRIDE AND GOOD-WILL.
    • Garrick Plays. No. II.
    • Biographical Memoranda.
      • John Scot, a Fasting Fanatic.
      • Hart the Astrologer.
    • John Scot, a Fasting Fanatic.
    • Hart the Astrologer.
    • REV. THOMAS COOKE.
      • An Acrostic On a most beautiful and accomplished young Lady. London, 1748.
    • An Acrostic On a most beautiful and accomplished young Lady. London, 1748.
    • Varieties.
      • CURIOUS PLAY BILL.
      • It’s never too late to mend.
      • Conscience.
      • INSCRIPTION From the book at Rigi, in Switzerland.
    • CURIOUS PLAY BILL.
    • It’s never too late to mend.
    • Conscience.
    • INSCRIPTION From the book at Rigi, in Switzerland.
    • Winter.
      • A WINTER’S DAY.
    • A WINTER’S DAY.
    • TAKE NOTICE.
    • THE BAZAAR.
    • Omniana.
      • THE SEASON OUT OF TOWN.
      • THE SIEGE OF BELGRADE.
      • NAMES OF PLACES.
      • SONNET
    • THE SEASON OUT OF TOWN.
    • THE SIEGE OF BELGRADE.
    • NAMES OF PLACES.
    • SONNET
  • Vol. I.—6.
    • The Font of Harrow Church.
    • Garrick Plays. No. III.
    • THE CUSHION DANCE.
      • The Cushion Dance.
    • The Cushion Dance.
    • ST. SEPULCHRE’S BELL.
    • THE DEATH OF THE RED KING
    • London. Described by a Writer in 1634.
      • A FATHER’S HOME.
      • Stanmore Toll-House.
    • A FATHER’S HOME.
    • Stanmore Toll-House.
    • “STATUTES” AND “MOPS.”
    • HAM AND STILTON.
    • LOVES OF THE NEGROES. At New Paltz, United States. Phillis Schoonmaker v. Cuff Hogeboon.
    • THE RETROSPECT.
    • TIMBER IN BOGS.
    • MODES OF SALUTATION.
    • Omniana.
      • POETRY.
      • A Bad Sign.
      • INSCRIPTION For a Tomb to the Memory of Captain Hewitson, of the Ship, Town of Ulverston.
    • POETRY.
    • A Bad Sign.
    • INSCRIPTION For a Tomb to the Memory of Captain Hewitson, of the Ship, Town of Ulverston.
  • Vol. I.—7.
    • My Snuff-box.
    • Garrick Plays. No. IV.
    • THE TURK IN CHEAPSIDE
    • Literature.
      • Glances at New Books on my Table.
    • Glances at New Books on my Table.
    • Hiring Servants at a Statute Fair.
    • February 14. VALENTINE’S DAY.
      • French Valentines.
      • LEGEND OF ST. VALENTINE.
      • SONG For the 14th of February. By a General Lover.
    • French Valentines.
    • LEGEND OF ST. VALENTINE.
    • SONG For the 14th of February. By a General Lover.
    • AIR AND EXERCISE For Ladies.
    • A SONG.
    • London. MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
    • THE SPELLS OF HOME.
    • BOOKS.
    • ETIQUETTE.
    • INDICATIONS. Written in the Frost. For the Table Book.
    • ADOPTION.
    • A Royal Simile.
  • Vol. I.—8.
    • Blind Hannah.
    • Garrick Plays. No. V.
    • Music.
      • GOD SAVE THE KING. John Bull.
      • COMPANY OF MUSICIANS of the City of London.
      • EFFECTS OF MUSIC.
    • GOD SAVE THE KING. John Bull.
    • COMPANY OF MUSICIANS of the City of London.
    • EFFECTS OF MUSIC.
    • Topography.
      • THE YORKSHIRE GIPSY.[61]
      • WILTSHIRE ABROAD AND AT HOME.
      • OLD BIRMINGHAM CONJURERS.
    • THE YORKSHIRE GIPSY.[61]
    • WILTSHIRE ABROAD AND AT HOME.
    • OLD BIRMINGHAM CONJURERS.
    • PATIENCE. For the Table Book
    • British Portraits.
    • DEATH’S DOINGS.
    • THE BARBER.
    • Books.
      • THE KING OF INDIA’S LIBRARY.
      • ENCOURAGEMENT TO AUTHORS.
      • POETICAL ADVICE.
    • THE KING OF INDIA’S LIBRARY.
    • ENCOURAGEMENT TO AUTHORS.
    • POETICAL ADVICE.
    • Anecdotes.
      • General Wolfe.
      • Dr. King—His PUN.
    • General Wolfe.
    • Dr. King—His PUN.
    • February.
      • Winter.
    • Winter.
  • Vol. I.—9.
    • Monument at Lucerne, designed by Thorwaldsen
    • Garrick Plays. No. VI.
    • The Drama.
      • CHARLOTTE CHARKE.
      • THE BLOODY HAND.
    • CHARLOTTE CHARKE.
    • THE BLOODY HAND.
    • Music.
      • ORGANS IN CHURCHES. The Temple Church.
    • ORGANS IN CHURCHES. The Temple Church.
    • MISERIES OF TRAVELLING.
      • Steam versus Coach.
    • Steam versus Coach.
    • THE UGLY CLUB.
      • Antiquities.
      • A Bronze Antique, found in the Thames
    • Antiquities.
    • A Bronze Antique, found in the Thames
    • JACK O’ LENT.
    • Shrove Tuesday AND Ash Wednesday.
    • Quinquagesima. Carnival in Spain.
    • THE LIEGE ALMANAC.
    • DISCOVERY OF MADEIRA.
      • Tomb of Macham’s Anna.
    • Tomb of Macham’s Anna.
    • Health.
      • GOOD EATING.
    • GOOD EATING.
    • Books.
      • READING ALOUD. By Margaret Duchess of Newcastle. 1671.
    • READING ALOUD. By Margaret Duchess of Newcastle. 1671.
    • Aphorisms. By Lavater.
    • Manners.
      • THE PARLIAMENT CLUBS.
      • RIGHT AND LEFT HAND.
    • THE PARLIAMENT CLUBS.
    • RIGHT AND LEFT HAND.
    • THE DEATH OF LEILA.
    • Omniana.
      • RATTING.
      • BUNGAY HAND-BILL.
      • NOMINATIVE CASE.
      • DISCOUNT FOR CASH.
      • SPORTING.
    • RATTING.
    • BUNGAY HAND-BILL.
    • NOMINATIVE CASE.
    • DISCOUNT FOR CASH.
    • SPORTING.
    • March.
      • “Stop and Read.”
    • “Stop and Read.”
  • Vol. I.—10.
    • The Story of the Scotch Soldier.
    • Highland Legend.
    • Marriage Customs.
      • HIGHLAND WEDDINGS.
      • FLINGING THE STOCKING.
    • HIGHLAND WEDDINGS.
    • FLINGING THE STOCKING.
    • Garrick Plays. No. VII.
    • Billy Boots.
    • The Drama.
      • “THE GREAT UNKNOWN” KNOWN.
    • “THE GREAT UNKNOWN” KNOWN.
    • Hot Meals.
      • POWELL, THE FIRE-EATER.
    • POWELL, THE FIRE-EATER.
  • Vol. I.—11.
    • March Fair, at Brough, Westmoreland.
    • THE TWELVE GEMS Of the Twelve Months.
    • Garrick Plays. No. VIII.
    • Necromancy.
      • THE DEAN OF BADAJOS. By the Abbe Blanchet.
    • THE DEAN OF BADAJOS. By the Abbe Blanchet.
    • Phrenology.
    • TO THE RHONE
    • ADVICE.
    • Tommy Sly, of Durham.
    • Topography.
      • WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
    • WESTMINSTER ABBEY.
    • St. David’s Day.
      • THE LEEK.
      • THE WELSH HARP.
    • THE LEEK.
    • THE WELSH HARP.
    • THE WINTER’S MORN.
    • Characters.
      • MRS. AURELIA SPARR.
    • MRS. AURELIA SPARR.
    • Wine.
      • EWART’S OLD PORT.
    • EWART’S OLD PORT.
    • Beauty.
      • A NATURAL COMPLIMENT.
    • A NATURAL COMPLIMENT.
    • PERSIAN SONG OF HAFIZ.
    • “OUR LIVES AND PROPERTIES.”
    • A MUSICAL CRASH.
    • FASHIONABLE RELIGION.
    • A POLITE TOWN.
  • Vol. I.—12.
    • Hard Fare.
      • ACCOUNT OF A STONE-EATER.
      • AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A STONE EATER.
      • FRANCIS BATTALIA.
    • ACCOUNT OF A STONE-EATER.
    • AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A STONE EATER.
    • FRANCIS BATTALIA.
    • Garrick Plays. No. IX.
    • Characters.
      • AGRESTILLA.
      • FEMALE FRIENDSHIP.
      • LINES TO A SPARROW.
    • AGRESTILLA.
    • FEMALE FRIENDSHIP.
    • LINES TO A SPARROW.
    • THE BISHOP OF BUTTERBY. A Sketch, by one of his Prebendaries.
    • THE DRAYMAN.
    • SONNET. From the Spanish of Quevedo.
    • ACQUAINTANCE TABLE.
    • The Royal Table.
      • Origin of MARKING THE KING’S DISHES WITH THE COOKS’ NAMES.
    • Origin of MARKING THE KING’S DISHES WITH THE COOKS’ NAMES.
    • MONEY—WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.
    • OLD MUG-HOUSES.
    • “AS DRUNK AS DAVID’S SOW.”
    • SINGULAR RETURN.
    • Suburban Sonnets.
      • I. ISLINGTON.
      • II. HAGBUSH LANE.
      • III. HIGHGATE.
    • I. ISLINGTON.
    • II. HAGBUSH LANE.
    • III. HIGHGATE.
  • Vol. I.—13.
    • Shepherd’s Well, Hampstead.
    • Garrick Plays. No. X.
    • ERRATA.
      • Garrick Plays, No. IX.
    • Garrick Plays, No. IX.
    • SNUFF AND TOBACCO.
      • THE SMOKER’S SONG.
    • THE SMOKER’S SONG.
    • Old Customs and Manners By JOHN AUBREY, 1678 Ex MS. Coll. Ashmol. Mus. Oxford.
      • Education.
      • Chimneys.
      • Painted Cloths.
      • Libels.
      • Christmas.
      • Easter.
      • Salutations.
      • Court Rudeness.
      • Travellers in France.
      • Private Heralds.
      • Private Armories.
      • Justices’ Halls.
      • Inns.
      • Gentry Meetings.
      • Hawking.
      • Church-houses—Poor-rates.
      • Glass Windows.
      • Men’s Coats.
      • Church-building.
      • New Moon.
      • Husbandry—Shepherds.
      • Architecture.
      • Trumpets—Sheriffs’ Trumpets.
      • Younger Brothers.
      • Learning, and learned Men.
      • Gentry and their Children.
      • Fans.
      • University Flogging.
    • Education.
    • Chimneys.
    • Painted Cloths.
    • Libels.
    • Christmas.
    • Easter.
    • Salutations.
    • Court Rudeness.
    • Travellers in France.
    • Private Heralds.
    • Private Armories.
    • Justices’ Halls.
    • Inns.
    • Gentry Meetings.
    • Hawking.
    • Church-houses—Poor-rates.
    • Glass Windows.
    • Men’s Coats.
    • Church-building.
    • New Moon.
    • Husbandry—Shepherds.
    • Architecture.
    • Trumpets—Sheriffs’ Trumpets.
    • Younger Brothers.
    • Learning, and learned Men.
    • Gentry and their Children.
    • Fans.
    • University Flogging.
    • Young Lambs to sell.
    • LINES ON HAPPINESS.
    • HUMAN LIFE.
    • VALEDICTORY STANZAS.
    • EFFECT OF CONSCIENCE.
    • Anecdotes OF HENRY THE GREAT.
      • Public Libel.
      • Libellous Drama.
    • Public Libel.
    • Libellous Drama.
    • CUSTOM AT SCARBOROUGH.
    • LINES TO A BARREL ORGAN.
    • MINISTERIAL FAVOUR.
    • DUDLEY OF PORTSMOUTH.
    • ROYAL DECISION.
    • Biographiana.
      • REV. THOMAS COOKE.
      • VERSES, Occasioned by the lamented Death of Mr. Alexander Pope.
    • REV. THOMAS COOKE.
    • VERSES, Occasioned by the lamented Death of Mr. Alexander Pope.
    • DUKE OF YORK Albany and Clarence.
    • DOMESTIC ARRANGEMENTS.
    • Riddle.
      • A LITERARY CHARACTER.
      • ANSWER TO THE PRECEDING.
    • A LITERARY CHARACTER.
    • ANSWER TO THE PRECEDING.
    • THE MERRY MONARCH, AND “BLYTHE COCKPEN.”
    • Topography.
      • SINGULAR INTERMENT.
      • ODD SIGNS.
    • SINGULAR INTERMENT.
    • ODD SIGNS.
  • Vol. I.—14.
    • Elvet Bridge, Durham.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XI.
    • ANCIENT WAGGERY.
      • How Maister Hobson hung out a lanterne and candlelight.
      • How Maister Hobson found out the Pye-stealer.
    • How Maister Hobson hung out a lanterne and candlelight.
    • How Maister Hobson found out the Pye-stealer.
    • THE FIRST VIOLET.
    • YORKSHIRE SAYING.
    • TO CONTENTMENT.
    • Biography.
      • PIETRE METASTASIO.
    • PIETRE METASTASIO.
    • A DEATH-BED: In a Letter to R. H. Esq. of B——.
    • LINES FOR THE Table Book.
    • WAVERLEY.
    • A Young Artist’s Letter FROM SWITZERLAND.
    • Gretna Green Marriages.
      • THE BLACKSMITH.
    • THE BLACKSMITH.
    • SPRING.
    • Eccentric Biography.
      • JAMES CHAMBERS.
    • JAMES CHAMBERS.
    • Vauxhall. A Dramatic Sketch.
    • TO MY TEA-KETTLE.
    • TO MY TEA-POT.
  • Vol. I.—15.
    • Stratford upon Avon Church.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XII.
    • Topography.
      • ST. MARGARET’S AT CLIFF.
    • ST. MARGARET’S AT CLIFF.
    • TO A SEA-WEED Picked up after a Storm.
    • MARRIAGE OF THE SEA.
    • OLD COIN INSCRIPTIONS.
    • THE LADY AND THE TROUBADOUR.
    • THE GOLDEN TOOTH.
    • LE REVENANT.
    • Blind Willie, the Newcastle Minstrel.
    • FARMERS.
    • A REVERIE.
    • HIGHLAND TRADITION.
      • Macgregor.
    • Macgregor.
    • HY-JINKS. A Scotch Amusement.
    • Clubs.
      • THE SILENT CLUB.
      • CHARLESTOWN UGLY CLUB.[104]
    • THE SILENT CLUB.
    • CHARLESTOWN UGLY CLUB.[104]
    • SUMMER DRINKS.
      • Imperial.
      • Sherbet.
      • Lemon Water.
      • Ginger Beer.
    • Imperial.
    • Sherbet.
    • Lemon Water.
    • Ginger Beer.
    • CABBAGE, AND TAILORS.
    • ETYMOLOGY.
    • ORGANS.
    • PERPLEXING MARRIAGES.
    • STEPS RE-TRACED.
    • Street Circulars. No. I.
      • WHISTLING JOE.
    • WHISTLING JOE.
  • Vol. I.—16.
    • Maundy Thursday. The Thursday before Good Friday.
    • Good Friday—Easter. “Visiting the Churches” in France.
    • PHLEBOTOMY.
    • OLD CEREMONIES, &c.
      • Order of the Maunday, made at Greenwich on the 19th of March, 1572; 14 Eliz. From No. 6183 Add. MSS. in the British Museum.
      • Extracts from the churchwarden’s accompts of the parish of St. Helen, in Abingdon, Berkshire, from the first year of the reign of Philip and Mary, to the thirty-fourth of Q. Elizabeth, now in the possession of the Rev. Mr. George Benson. With some Observations on them, by the late professor J. Ward.
      • Observations, &c. on the preceding Charges.
    • Order of the Maunday, made at Greenwich on the 19th of March, 1572; 14 Eliz. From No. 6183 Add. MSS. in the British Museum.
    • Extracts from the churchwarden’s accompts of the parish of St. Helen, in Abingdon, Berkshire, from the first year of the reign of Philip and Mary, to the thirty-fourth of Q. Elizabeth, now in the possession of the Rev. Mr. George Benson. With some Observations on them, by the late professor J. Ward.
    • Observations, &c. on the preceding Charges.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XIII.
    • The Old Bear Garden AT BANKSIDE, SOUTHWARK.
    • Literature.
      • A NEW POEM. “Ahab, in four Cantos. By S. R. Jackson.”
    • A NEW POEM. “Ahab, in four Cantos. By S. R. Jackson.”
    • PULPIT CLOCKS, AND HOUR GLASSES.
    • Easter.
      • RESTORATION OF THE CATHOLIC RELIGION IN FRANCE.
      • Easter at Portaferry, Belfast, &c.
    • RESTORATION OF THE CATHOLIC RELIGION IN FRANCE.
    • Easter at Portaferry, Belfast, &c.
    • OLD MAP OF SCOTLAND.
    • PEN BEHIND THE EAR—PAPER.
    • Suburban Sonnets.
      • IV. HAMPSTEAD.
      • V. THE NEW RIVER.
      • VI. MINERVA TERRACE, ISLINGTON.
    • IV. HAMPSTEAD.
    • V. THE NEW RIVER.
    • VI. MINERVA TERRACE, ISLINGTON.
  • Vol. I.—17.
    • London Cries.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XIV.
      • To my esteemed Friend, and excellent Musician, V. N., Esq.
    • To my esteemed Friend, and excellent Musician, V. N., Esq.
    • Etymology.
      • “For the NONCE.”
    • “For the NONCE.”
    • THE BANQUET OF THE DEAD, OR GENERAL BIBO’S TALE. A Legend of Kirby Malhamdale Church-yard, Craven, Yorkshire.
      • Proem.
      • Legend.
    • Proem.
    • Legend.
    • SALT.
    • A CORPORATION.
    • House at Kirkby-Moorside, Yorkshire
    • Literature.
      • “Servian popular Poetry, translated by John Bowring,” 1827.
    • “Servian popular Poetry, translated by John Bowring,” 1827.
    • GRETNA GREEN.
    • SCOTCH ADAM AND EVE.
    • BOA CONSTRICTOR.
    • Varia.
      • PIOUS DIRECTION POST.
      • MARSEILLES.
    • PIOUS DIRECTION POST.
    • MARSEILLES.
    • Law.
      • CHANCERY.
      • A DECLARATION IN LAW.
      • LAW AND PHYSIC.
      • “THE NAUGHTY PLACE.”
    • CHANCERY.
    • A DECLARATION IN LAW.
    • LAW AND PHYSIC.
    • “THE NAUGHTY PLACE.”
  • Vol. I.—18.
    • May-Day at Lynn in Norfolk.
      • “Indictment of Flora.”
      • ACCOUNT OF A MAY-DAY COLLATION
      • MAY-DAY CHEESES.
    • “Indictment of Flora.”
    • ACCOUNT OF A MAY-DAY COLLATION
    • MAY-DAY CHEESES.
    • Easter.
      • EASTER-BOX.
    • EASTER-BOX.
    • DOCTOR GIBBS, alias “HUCK’N!”
    • Armorial Bearing OF THE LORD OF THE MANOR OF Stoke Lyne, Oxfordshire.
    • May-Day Dance in 1698.
    • ISABELLA COLOUR.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XV.
    • THE GOOD CLERK.
    • Defoeana. No. I.
      • THE TRADESMAN.
    • THE TRADESMAN.
    • MANNERS OF A SPRUCE LONDON MERCER, AND HIS FEMALE CUSTOMER, A HUNDRED YEARS AGO.
    • CURING OF HERRINGS.
    • Poetry.
      • TO JOVE THE BENEFICENT.
    • TO JOVE THE BENEFICENT.
    • Varia.
      • WILSON AND SHUTER.
      • KITTY WHITE’S PARENTHESIS.
      • LADY WALLIS AND Mr. HARRIS.
      • SMOKY CHIMNIES.
      • OLD ENGLISH PROVERB.
    • WILSON AND SHUTER.
    • KITTY WHITE’S PARENTHESIS.
    • LADY WALLIS AND Mr. HARRIS.
    • SMOKY CHIMNIES.
    • OLD ENGLISH PROVERB.
  • Vol. I.—19.
    • OFFICE OF LORD HIGH ADMIRAL.
    • Milton Hundred, Kent.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XVI.
    • Theatrical Customs.
      • PLAY-BILLS.
    • PLAY-BILLS.
    • THE LINNET FANCY.
    • Foundation of the LONDON UNIVERSITY.
    • Syr Delaballe ande the Moncke. A LEGENDE OFFE TINMOUTHE PRIORIE.
      • ON THE ABOVE LEGEND.
    • ON THE ABOVE LEGEND.
  • Vol. I.—20.
    • On Chatham Hill.
    • GREENGROCERS’ DEVICES.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XVII.
    • Dissertations on Doomsday.
      • § I. Name.
      • § II. Date.
      • § III. Origin and Object.
      • § IV. Mode of Execution.
      • PRINCIPAL MATTERS NOTICED IN THIS RECORD.
    • § I. Name.
    • § II. Date.
    • § III. Origin and Object.
    • § IV. Mode of Execution.
    • PRINCIPAL MATTERS NOTICED IN THIS RECORD.
    • I. ANCIENT TENURE. II. MODERN ANECDOTE.
      • Tenure of the ancient Manor of Bilsington Priory, the Seat of Thomas Carr Rider, Esq.
      • Anecdote of the illustrious Washington and the celebrated Admiral Vernon, Uncle to the late Earl of Shipbrook.
    • Tenure of the ancient Manor of Bilsington Priory, the Seat of Thomas Carr Rider, Esq.
    • Anecdote of the illustrious Washington and the celebrated Admiral Vernon, Uncle to the late Earl of Shipbrook.
    • Zoology.
      • I. THE KING’S OSTRICH.
      • II. THE HORSE ECLIPSE.
    • I. THE KING’S OSTRICH.
    • II. THE HORSE ECLIPSE.
    • THE EVENING LARK.
    • THE VOICE OF SPRING.
    • MOTHERING SUNDAY.
    • Defoeana. No. II.
      • MIXED BREEDS; OR, EDUCATION THROWN AWAY.
      • CHINESE IDOL.
    • MIXED BREEDS; OR, EDUCATION THROWN AWAY.
    • CHINESE IDOL.
    • MANNERS OF A LONDON WATERMAN, AND HIS FARE, A HUNDRED YEARS AGO.
    • May.
      • MAY GOSLINGS.—MAY BATHERS.
      • SAILORS ON THE FIRST OF MAY.
    • MAY GOSLINGS.—MAY BATHERS.
    • SAILORS ON THE FIRST OF MAY.
    • NAVAL ANECDOTE.
    • THE “RIGHT” LORD LOVAT.
    • FAST-PUDDING. Extract from the Famous Historie of Friar Bacon. How Friar Bacon deceived his Man, that would fast for conscience sake.
    • CLERICAL ERRORS.
    • REMARKABLE EPITAPH.
    • A MODERN MYSTERY.
    • ODD SIGN.
  • Vol. I.—21.
    • SNUFFERS.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XVIII.
    • Scylla and Charybdis. Ancient and Present State.
      • Scylla.
      • Charybdis.
      • Scylla.
      • Charybdis.
    • Scylla.
    • Charybdis.
    • Scylla.
    • Charybdis.
    • A FRAGMENT.
    • DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND: OR, MANNERS OF LONDON MERCHANTS A HUNDRED YEARS AGO.
    • CHILTERN HUNDREDS.
    • THE PITMAN.
    • THE NORTHERN STAR.
    • British Mines.
    • Angling
      • AT THAMES DITTON.
      • TICKLING TROUT.
    • AT THAMES DITTON.
    • TICKLING TROUT.
    • THE CLERKS OF CORNWALL.
    • Custom OBSERVED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANTS OF IRELAND.
    • THE BACHELOR’S PLAINT. An Ode of the olden Time.
    • BRUMMELLIANA.
  • Vol. I.—22.
    • The Crooked Billet, on Penge Common.
    • Witchcraft.
      • THE MOUNTAIN ASH.
    • THE MOUNTAIN ASH.
    • A PARTICULAR DIRECTION.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XIX.
    • THE FIRST BUTTERFLY.
    • KING JAMES I. AT DURHAM.
    • MARCH OF INTELLECT.
      • Conversations of Maturin.
    • Conversations of Maturin.
    • Old London Cries, No. II.
    • MR. HOBDAY’S GALLERY. No. 54, Pall-mall.
    • Topography.
      • ORIGINAL NOTICE.
    • ORIGINAL NOTICE.
    • PRONUNCIATION.
    • EMIGRATION OF THE ROOKS FROM CARLTON GARDENS, 1827.
    • MUSIC AND ANIMALS.
    • IRISHMEN ON A HOLIDAY.
    • LONDON HOLIDAYS.
    • THE HUSBANDMEN OF HINDU.
    • ROUND ROBIN.
    • NAMES.
    • A SEA BULL.
    • CHEERFUL FUNERAL.
    • ANECDOTE. Charles I. and Parliaments.
    • THE YANKEE CAUGHT IN HIS OWN TRAP.
  • Vol. I.—23.
    • Bridge on the Road to Beckenham.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XX.
      • Plays and Players.
      • Stoicism.
      • Directions to Players.
    • Plays and Players.
    • Stoicism.
    • Directions to Players.
    • THE DIVER OF CHARYBDIS.
    • COUNTRY LITTLE KNOWN.
    • SPECTROLOGY. A Remarkable Narrative.
    • The Porch of Beckenham Church-yard.
    • THE TWO GRAVES.
    • THE WHITE LADY. A romantic and true Anecdote.
    • DUELS.
    • ANSWER TO A CHALLENGE.
    • SIGNS OF LOVE, AT OXFORD. By an Inn-consolable Lover.
    • Prolific Writers.
    • WILLIAM PRYNNE.
    • FRENCH PAMPHLETEER.
    • LOVE’S PROGRESS OF A TOBACCONIST.
    • THE LORD CHANCELLOR.
    • Anonymiana.
      • The great Lord Chancellor.
      • Chancery.
      • Diligence and Delight.
      • Pamphlet, Palm, Palmistry.
      • Cambridge Wit.
      • Gradual Reform.
      • Private and Public.
      • A Hundred to One.
    • The great Lord Chancellor.
    • Chancery.
    • Diligence and Delight.
    • Pamphlet, Palm, Palmistry.
    • Cambridge Wit.
    • Gradual Reform.
    • Private and Public.
    • A Hundred to One.
    • THE CHILD OF MIGHT.
  • Vol. I.—24.
    • The old Water Carrier.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXI.
    • THE STUART PAPERS, In Possession of the King.
    • THE PLANETS.
      • Their Comparative Sizes and Positions.
    • Their Comparative Sizes and Positions.
    • ACCOUNT OF THE BEE-EATER Of Selborne, Hampshire.
    • Poor’s-Box in Cawston Church, Norfolk.
    • Poetry.
      • ANGEL HELP.[217]
      • COWPER.
    • ANGEL HELP.[217]
    • COWPER.
    • HIGHLAND DEER AND SHEEP.
    • HIGHLAND MEALS.
    • TREAD MILLS.
    • Extraordinary ORAN-OUTANG, The Wild Man of the Woods.
    • A LITTLE LEARNING — “not a dangerous thing.”
    • FIGURES, AND NUMBERS.
      • NUMBER X, 10.
    • NUMBER X, 10.
    • Omniana.
      • FOX, THE QUAKER.
      • DIVING-BELLS.
      • GAMING.
      • THE TANNER. An Epigram.
      • FRIENDSHIP ON THE NAIL.
    • FOX, THE QUAKER.
    • DIVING-BELLS.
    • GAMING.
    • THE TANNER. An Epigram.
    • FRIENDSHIP ON THE NAIL.
    • Notice TO THE CHANCE CUSTOMERS OF THE COMPANY OF FLYING STATIONERS.
  • Vol. I.—25.
    • Beckenham Church, Kent.
    • GONE or GOING.
    • Scottish Legends.
      • HIGHLAND SCENERY.
      • INISHAIL.
      • FRAOCH ELAN.
      • RIVAL CHIEFS.
    • HIGHLAND SCENERY.
    • INISHAIL.
    • FRAOCH ELAN.
    • RIVAL CHIEFS.
    • MY ARM-CHAIR.
    • Garrick’s Plays. No. XXII.
    • WELSH WEDDINGS.
    • CUMBERLAND WEDDINGS.
    • A GOOD EXCUSE.
    • EARLY RISING.
    • PUNCTUALITY. “A Quarter before.”
  • Vol. I.—26.
    • Reading the Newspaper.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXIII.
    • The Drama.
      • KING JOHN AND MATILDA.
    • KING JOHN AND MATILDA.
    • THE PHANTOM LIGHT
    • A GROVE The Formation of one with a View to the Picturesque.
    • GROVES AND HIGH PLACES.
    • West Wickham Church, Kent.
    • Topography.
      • GODSTOW NUNNERY, Near Oxford.
      • ST. MARY MAGDALEN, BERMONDSEY, SURREY.
      • BROUGH, WESTMORELAND.
    • GODSTOW NUNNERY, Near Oxford.
    • ST. MARY MAGDALEN, BERMONDSEY, SURREY.
    • BROUGH, WESTMORELAND.
    • TO MY PSEUDO-MUSE.
    • BATHING.
    • Rural Sports.
      • ANGLING.
    • ANGLING.
    • GOOD-LIVING. A Domestic Scene.
    • DRINKING.
    • KNOWLEDGE OF THE WORLD By St. Evremond.
    • THE TONGA ISLANDS.
    • SENSIBILITY IN A RAVEN.
    • DIAMONDS.
    • STOICAL WIT.
    • CAMBRIDGE WIT.
    • SENTENCES Worthy to be got by Heart.
  • Vol. I.—27.
    • INDEXES.
      • I. THE GENERAL INDEX.
      • II. CORRESPONDENTS’ INDEX.
      • III. INDEX TO THE POETRY.
      • IV. INDEX TO THE ENGRAVINGS.
    • I. THE GENERAL INDEX.
    • II. CORRESPONDENTS’ INDEX.
    • III. INDEX TO THE POETRY.
    • IV. INDEX TO THE ENGRAVINGS.
  • Vol. II.—28.
    • The Gimmal Ring.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXIV.
    • MAID MARIAN.
    • RIVAL ITALIAN DRAMATISTS.
    • NATURAL CURIOSITIES OF DERBYSHIRE.
      • Extracts from the Journal of a Tourist.
      • Epitaph.
      • Another.
    • Extracts from the Journal of a Tourist.
    • Epitaph.
    • Another.
    • BRIBERY.
    • The Retired Husbandman.
    • A DIALOGUE BETWEEN VIRTUE AND DEATH,
    • ANCIENT DIAL.
    • PETER HERVE.
    • CABALISTIC ERUDITION.
    • OFFERINGS TO INFANTS.
      • Christening Customs.
    • Christening Customs.
    • BUNYAN’S HOLY WAR DRAMATISED.
    • GENTLEMEN OF THE PARISH.
    • THE ANGLER.
    • CLOSING THE EYES.
    • LITERARY INGENUITY.
    • ST. JAMES’S PARK.
    • ON CHANGE.
    • Anonymiana.
      • The Jews-harp.
      • Quid pro Quo.
      • Father and Son.
      • Living Well.
      • Country Dances.
      • The Vine.
      • Posthumous Honour.
      • The King’s Arms.
    • The Jews-harp.
    • Quid pro Quo.
    • Father and Son.
    • Living Well.
    • Country Dances.
    • The Vine.
    • Posthumous Honour.
    • The King’s Arms.
  • Vol. II.—29.
    • Keston Cross.
      • The Tavern, 1628,
    • The Tavern, 1628,
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXV.
    • Poetry.
    • VOLUNTEER REMINISCENCES.
      • Sham-Fights and Invasion.
    • Sham-Fights and Invasion.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. I.
    • THE GOSSIP AND STARE.
    • NAVAL MANNERS.
    • LEGAL RECREATION.
    • CANONS OF DESCENT. By an Apprentice of the Law.
    • FRENCH JUDICIAL AUTHORITY.
    • A LONG MINUET.
  • Vol. II.—30.
    • The Bishop’s Well, Bromley, Kent.
    • MISS KELLY.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXVI.
    • Life of an Usurer. HUGH AUDLEY.
    • AVARICE.
    • ECONOMY.
    • Mrs. Gilpin riding to Edmonton.
    • SAWSTON CROSS.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. II.
    • MECHANICAL POWER.
    • MANUFACTURING CELERITY.
    • BALLAD. Suggested on reading the Novel Of “Castle Baynard.”
    • HELL BRIDGE.
    • Clubs AT BIRMINGHAM.
    • HYPOCHONDRIA.
    • Prisons, ANCIENT AND MODERN.
      • AN ENGLISH PRISON A. D. 1827.
      • HORSHAM GAOL, SUSSEX.
    • AN ENGLISH PRISON A. D. 1827.
    • HORSHAM GAOL, SUSSEX.
    • ODE To a Sparrow alighting before the Judges’ Chambers in Serjeant’s Inn, Fleet-street.
  • Vol. II.—31.
    • Ancient Door of Bromley Church.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXVII.
    • JAMES THOMSON.
    • QUIPOES.
    • SPANISH MYSTERIES.
    • PORTUGUESE MYSTERIES.
    • POACHING.
    • HAPPY UNION.
    • Fine View. LEITH HILL, NEAR DORKING.
    • PARSIMONY.
    • ON A LADY, A Great Cardplayer, who married a Gardener.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. III.
    • DISTRESSES OF MEN OF GENIUS.
    • ON CHANGE. No. II.
    • THE GRETNA GREEN PARSONS.
    • A BLACK DREAM.
    • A MUCH-INJURED MAN.
    • GRAMMATICAL CONSTRUCTION.
  • Vol. II.—32.
    • A LOVER OF ART TO HIS SON.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXVIII.
    • NATURAL CURIOSITIES OF DERBYSHIRE.
      • Further Extracts from the Journal of a Tourist.[295]
    • Further Extracts from the Journal of a Tourist.[295]
    • August. THE FRUIT MARKETS OF LONDON AND PARIS IN THIS MONTH.
    • The Lee Penny.
    • THE DEVIL’S PUNCH-BOWL.[298]
    • JERRY ABERSHAW AND THE MEN IN CHAINS.
    • REMARKABLE EPITAPHS.
      • At Penryn.
      • At Staverton.
      • At Loch Rausa.
      • On Mr. Bywater.
      • On a Miser.
    • At Penryn.
    • At Staverton.
    • At Loch Rausa.
    • On Mr. Bywater.
    • On a Miser.
    • KING HENRY II. Described by Giraldus Cambrensis, Who accompanied him (as he afterwards did King John) into Ireland, A. D. 1172.
    • AMSTERDAM—WITHOUT WATER.
    • REASON, If not Rhyme.
    • SONG, Imitated from the German of Hölty.
    • SWEETHEART SEEING.
    • THINGS WORTH REMEMBERING.
      • Controversy.
      • Speech.
      • Adversity, a good Teacher.
      • Example.
      • Standard of Value.
      • Luck and Labour.
      • Earning the best getting.
      • Early Hours.
      • Indications of the State-pulse.
      • Overwise and otherwise.
    • Controversy.
    • Speech.
    • Adversity, a good Teacher.
    • Example.
    • Standard of Value.
    • Luck and Labour.
    • Earning the best getting.
    • Early Hours.
    • Indications of the State-pulse.
    • Overwise and otherwise.
  • Vol. II.—33.
    • Robert Millhouse
    • AN INFERNAL PALINDROME.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXIX.
    • RIDICULE.
    • RIDICULOUS SITUATIONS.
      • Literary Nurserymen.
      • A Princess a-pick-a-pack.
    • Literary Nurserymen.
    • A Princess a-pick-a-pack.
    • The Quintain.
    • DAVID LOVE.
    • THINGS WORTH REMEMBERING.
      • Be Honest.
      • A Definition.
      • Take Care.
      • Keep an Account.
      • There’s no such thing as Ill Luck.
      • Our Enjoyments are conditional.
      • Our real Wants are few.
      • Moderate your Desires.
      • Many a Little makes a Mickle.
      • As the Twig is bent, the Tree inclines.
      • There are true and false Facts.
    • Be Honest.
    • A Definition.
    • Take Care.
    • Keep an Account.
    • There’s no such thing as Ill Luck.
    • Our Enjoyments are conditional.
    • Our real Wants are few.
    • Moderate your Desires.
    • Many a Little makes a Mickle.
    • As the Twig is bent, the Tree inclines.
    • There are true and false Facts.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. IV.
    • MR. EPHRAIM WAGSTAFF, HIS WIFE AND PIPE.
    • AN ULTRA-MARINER.
    • ANTIPATHIES.
    • THE LACTEALS IN A MOLE.
    • LOUIS GONZAGA TO MARIE MANCINI. Florence, 1649.
    • POINTS OF CHARACTER.
      • A Prime Minister.
      • A Prelate.
      • A Huntsman.
    • A Prime Minister.
    • A Prelate.
    • A Huntsman.
  • Vol. II.—34.
    • My Desk.
    • WRITING DESKS.
    • Topographiana.
      • WILTS’ LOCAL CUSTOM. DANCING ROUND THE HARROW.
      • BAKEWELL, DERBYSHIRE. Ancient Monuments and Inscriptions in the Church.
    • WILTS’ LOCAL CUSTOM. DANCING ROUND THE HARROW.
    • BAKEWELL, DERBYSHIRE. Ancient Monuments and Inscriptions in the Church.
    • ERASMUS.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXX.
    • Ancient Music SUPERIOR TO MODERN.
    • MUSICAL ANECDOTES.
      • A grand Movement.
      • An Accompaniment.
    • A grand Movement.
    • An Accompaniment.
    • BEETHOVEN.
    • ANNE DE MONTMORENCY.
    • Fac-simile of a French Assignat for Ten Sous, Referred to in the following Communication
    • BUYING AND SELLING.
    • LONGEVITY Of a remarkable Highlander.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. V.
      • Of Bodies—the Incorporeality of their Elements.—Leibnitz.
      • Of Animated Nature.—Buffon.
    • Of Bodies—the Incorporeality of their Elements.—Leibnitz.
    • Of Animated Nature.—Buffon.
    • GRASSHOPPERS.
    • WASPS.
    • THE BARLEY-MOW.
    • HANGING THE SHUTTLE.
    • THE STEPS OF PERFECTION. Paraphrased from the Latin of John Owen.
    • NEWSPAPER ORTHOGRAPHY, 1682.
    • Poetry.
    • NIXON’S PROPHECIES.—MR. CANNING.
      • The Death of Mr. Canning predicted by Nixon, the Astrologer.
    • The Death of Mr. Canning predicted by Nixon, the Astrologer.
    • BUSH EELS.
  • Vol. II.—35.
    • Case containing the Heart of Lord Edward Bruce, AT CULROSS ABBEY.
    • HEART BURIAL.
    • POETICAL QUID PRO QUO.
    • POCKETS.
    • POCKET HANDKERCHIEFS.
    • PICKPOCKETS.
    • Garrick Plays No. XXXI.
    • FURS.—TIPPETS AND SCARFS.
    • BUDGE BACHELORS.—BUDGE-ROW.
    • DAIRY POETRY.
      • THE OLD ARM CHAIR.
    • THE OLD ARM CHAIR.
    • SONNET
    • THE QUINTAIN.
    • A FARTHING LORD.
    • SINGULAR TOLL. Skipton in Craven.
    • A CURIOUS NARRATIVE.
      • Prince George of Denmark, and Sir John and Lady Duddlestone.
    • Prince George of Denmark, and Sir John and Lady Duddlestone.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. VI.
      • The Corpuscular Philosophy.
      • Motion—its Acceleration—the Fall of Bodies.
    • The Corpuscular Philosophy.
    • Motion—its Acceleration—the Fall of Bodies.
    • GRASSINGTON THEATRICALS.
    • THE GIN ACT—NAMES OF DRAMS.
    • A YOUNG POET’S OWN EPITAPH.
    • TIME.
    • HACKERSTON’S COW.
    • ROPE-RIDING ON HORSEBACK, ON ST. MARK’S DAY AT VENICE.
    • REV MR. WILSON, THE MAN IN THE MOON.
    • SUMMER SHOWERS—SCORCHED LEAVES.
    • ROYAL SUMMER-HOUSE, IN SIAM.
    • SPANISH PUNCTILIO.
    • BOSWELLIANA.
    • BOWEL COMPLAINTS. A Recipe.
    • Epitaph ON A MARINE OFFICER
  • Vol. II.—36.
    • Nathan Coward, Glover and Poet, of Dersingham, Norfolk.
    • PETER AND MARY.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXXII.
    • WHITTLE SHEEPSHANKS, ESQ.
    • MY “HOME.”
    • THE BLACKBERRY BLOSSOM. Written in Epping Forest.
    • NOTES ON A TOUR, CHIEFLY PEDESTRIAN, FROM SKIPTON IN CRAVEN, YORKSHIRE, TO KESWICK, IN CUMBERLAND.
    • GENDERS.—JAMES HARRIS.
    • WHAT IS LIFE?
    • DOCTOR LETTSOM.
    • A FAREWELL.
    • “PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE.”
    • TOMMY MITCHESON, OF DURHAM.
    • A MAN-LIKING BIRD.
    • PENNY A LOT.
    • FISH.
  • Vol. II.—37.
    • Hogarth embarking at the Isle of Grain.
      • MR. GOSTLING’S ACCOUNT OF HOGARTH’S TOUR.
    • MR. GOSTLING’S ACCOUNT OF HOGARTH’S TOUR.
  • Vol. II.—38.
    • The Diet of Augsburgh Commemoration Medal.
    • HIGHLAND EMIGRATION.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXXIII.
    • THOU AND YOU, IN POETRY.
    • HARVEST-CATCH IN NORFOLK.
    • POTTED VENISON.
    • THE DEFEAT OF TIME; OR A TALE OF THE FAIRIES.
    • PARODIES ON HORACE.
    • A GENTLEMAN’S FASHION.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. VII.
      • Gravity, Attraction—the Law of Squaring the Distances—Centripetal and Centrifugal Force.
    • Gravity, Attraction—the Law of Squaring the Distances—Centripetal and Centrifugal Force.
    • AVON MILL, WILTS. The Gleaning or Leasing Cake.
    • SONG.
    • TRASHING. A Bridal Custom in Yorkshire.
    • BILBOCQUET.
    • REMARKABLE CHARACTERS.
      • I.—Erasmus.
      • II.—Nicholas Wood, the Glutton.
    • I.—Erasmus.
    • II.—Nicholas Wood, the Glutton.
    • JUST JUDGMENT. A good Judge, and a good Jury.
    • OLD ENGLISH ALE.
    • A SOLDIER’S AGE.
    • COUNSELS AND CAUTIONS By Dr. A. Hunter.
      • Beware!
      • Travelling.
      • Building Repairs.
      • Your Staircase.
      • Housekeeping.
      • Enough should suffice.
      • Loquacity.
    • Beware!
    • Travelling.
    • Building Repairs.
    • Your Staircase.
    • Housekeeping.
    • Enough should suffice.
    • Loquacity.
  • Vol. II.—39.
    • The noted John Cooke of Exeter.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXXIV.
    • BEAR AND TENTER.
    • GLANCES AT BOOKS ON MY TABLE.
    • ARUM—CUCKOO-PINT—STARCH-WORT.
    • MEMORIALS OF JOHN KEATS.
    • FUNERALS IN CUMBERLAND.
    • BIDDEN WEDDINGS In Cumberland.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. VIII.
      • The Milky Way.
      • The Fixed Stars—Plurality of Worlds.
      • Satellites.—Vortices.
    • The Milky Way.
    • The Fixed Stars—Plurality of Worlds.
    • Satellites.—Vortices.
    • RELIQUIÆ THOMSONIANA.
    • THE BERKSHIRE MISER.
      • A BALLAD. For the Table Book.
    • A BALLAD. For the Table Book.
  • Vol. II.—40.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXXV.
    • IMPERIAL FATE.
    • ILL-FATED ROYAL FAMILIES.
      • The Line of Charlemagne.
      • The Stuarts.
    • The Line of Charlemagne.
    • The Stuarts.
    • Original Poetry.
      • TALES OF TINMOUTHE PRIORIE. No. I.
    • TALES OF TINMOUTHE PRIORIE. No. I.
    • MY POCKET-BOOK.
    • WOMEN.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. IX.
      • Sir Isaac Newton’s Theory of Colours indicated by Pythagoras and Plato.
      • Light—Aristotle and Descartes.
    • Sir Isaac Newton’s Theory of Colours indicated by Pythagoras and Plato.
    • Light—Aristotle and Descartes.
    • Durhamiana.
      • WILLEY WALKER AND JOHN BOLTON.
    • WILLEY WALKER AND JOHN BOLTON.
    • A SENSUALIST AND HIS CONSCIENCE.
    • PLAYWRIGHT-ING.
    • EPIGRAM.
    • THE ROMANS.
    • A LITERARY BLUNDER.
    • TREASURE DIGGING.
    • PERSONAL CHARMS DISCLAIMED.
    • FORCIBLE ABDUCTION.
    • POLITENESS.
    • A FRENCH TRIBUTE TO ENGLISH INTEGRITY.
    • DEVONSHIRE WRESTLING.
  • Vol. II.—41.
    • Penn and the Indians.
    • QUAKERS. Origin of the Term.
    • The Will OF JOHN KEATS, THE POET.
    • Old London Cries.
    • ANTIQUARIAN MEMORANDUM.
      • Chair at Page’s Lock.
    • Chair at Page’s Lock.
    • MINISTER OF KIRKBY LONSDALE, KIRKBY KENDAL.—LUNE BRIDGE.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. X.
      • The Copernican System that of the Ancients.
    • The Copernican System that of the Ancients.
    • GRAVESEND.
      • A Mother and her Children.
      • Copy of the Letter.
    • A Mother and her Children.
    • Copy of the Letter.
    • “POOR BILLY W——.”
    • ABORIGENES.
    • TASTING DAYS.
    • CURIOUS SIGN.
    • ORDERS TO MARCH.
  • Vol. II.—42.
    • The Broom-maker’s at Shirley Common, Surrey.
    • THE WOOD FEAST.
    • CHOOSING COMMON CONSTABLES.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXXVI.
    • ÆSOP IN RUSSIA. Peter the Great’s Summer Garden.
    • LOVE OF GARDENS In distinguished Men.
    • DUTCH ROYAL GARDEN AND SCHEVELING SCENERY. Described by the Deputation of the Caledonian Horticultural Society.
      • SCHEVELING. Avenues of Trees.
      • Fishery—Fishing Vessels, &c.
      • Coast—Fishwomen—Cart Dogs.
      • Fish-market—Storks
    • SCHEVELING. Avenues of Trees.
    • Fishery—Fishing Vessels, &c.
    • Coast—Fishwomen—Cart Dogs.
    • Fish-market—Storks
    • Michaelmas.
      • CRABBING FOR HUSBANDS
    • CRABBING FOR HUSBANDS
    • A Young Ash Tree, SHIRLEY HEATH, WARWICKSHIRE, Used for Charms.
    • TREES Poetically and Nationally regarded.
    • THE PEARL. A Persian Fable.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. XI.
      • Comets.
      • The Moon.
    • Comets.
    • The Moon.
    • MEDICAL AND LEGAL DUALITY.
      • Two Physicians.
      • Two Lawyers.
    • Two Physicians.
    • Two Lawyers.
    • THE HAUNTED MILL.
    • COUNSELS AND SAYINGS, By Dr. A. Hunter.
    • GERMAN EPIGRAMS
    • PRUSSIAN COURT MOURNING.
    • MI-EAU IN AMERICA.
    • A CAPITAL EXTEMPORE
    • PETITION OF THE LETTER H TO ITS DECIDED ENEMIES.
    • THE GLORIOUS MEMORY.
    • ERRATA.
  • Vol. II.—43.
    • Catherine Mompesson’s Tomb at Eyam.
      • SUMMER AND THE POET.
      • Mompesson’s Pulpit in the Rock.
    • SUMMER AND THE POET.
    • Mompesson’s Pulpit in the Rock.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXXVII.
    • Wrestling IN CORNWALL AND DEVONSHIRE.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. XII.
      • Ether—Weight and Elasticity of the Air—Air-guns.
    • Ether—Weight and Elasticity of the Air—Air-guns.
    • INSCRIBED ON A SIGN At Castle Cary, Somerset.
    • Manners and Customs.
      • Provincial Sayings, &c.
      • Harvest-home Call, in the County of Durham.
      • An old Yorkshire May-Game.
      • Christmas Pie.
      • Oliver Cromwell’s Weddings.
      • Electioneering.
    • Provincial Sayings, &c.
    • Harvest-home Call, in the County of Durham.
    • An old Yorkshire May-Game.
    • Christmas Pie.
    • Oliver Cromwell’s Weddings.
    • Electioneering.
    • A RARE BROAD FARTHING!
    • SIR WALTER SCOTT.
    • ADVICE
      • To “Look at Home!”
      • Advice for a broken Limb.
      • Sincere Advice.
      • Advice for Judging of Poetry.
    • To “Look at Home!”
    • Advice for a broken Limb.
    • Sincere Advice.
    • Advice for Judging of Poetry.
    • A NOMINAL ACCIDENT.
  • Vol. II.—44.
    • The Revolution-house at Whittington, Derbyshire.
    • VIRTUOUS DESPOTISM. Character of Alia Bhye.
    • UXBRIDGE AND THE TREATY HOUSE.
      • Remarkable Cooking Fountain, &c.
    • Remarkable Cooking Fountain, &c.
    • LONDON WATCHMEN.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXXVIII.
    • THE ACTING OF CHILDREN.
    • A Dumb Peal of Grandsire Triples.
    • THE CONDEMNED SHIP AND THE FALLS OF NIAGARA.
    • NAVARINO.
    • COUNSELS AND SAYINGS. By Dr. A. Hunter.
  • Vol. II.—45.
    • St. John’s Well, at Harpham, Yorkshire.
      • St. John of Beverley.
      • BEVERLEY THE STRONG MAN.
    • St. John of Beverley.
    • BEVERLEY THE STRONG MAN.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XXXIX.
    • PLAYERS—GHOST LAYERS.
    • EX-THESPIANISM.
    • SILCHESTER, HANTS.
    • TO THE NIGHTSHADE.
    • The Velocitas, Or Malton, Driffield, and Hull Fly Boat
    • SHEEPSHEARING IN CUMBERLAND.
    • DR. GRAHAM.
    • STORKS.
    • VARIA.
      • Newspaper Readers.
      • Fires in London.
      • Henry VIII. and his Peers.
      • Female Sheriffs and Justices.
    • Newspaper Readers.
    • Fires in London.
    • Henry VIII. and his Peers.
    • Female Sheriffs and Justices.
    • WOMEN.
    • DOWER.
    • SANS CHANGER.
    • CASUALTIES OF THE ANCIENTS.
    • THE HOUR OF PRIME.
    • THE SOLDIER’S RETURN. A Fragment.
  • Vol. II.—46.
    • George Watson, the Sussex Calculator.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XL.
    • “BURNING THE WITCH” At Bridlington, &c.
    • WITCHCRAFT
    • OLD HOUSES AND FURNITURE.
    • LONDINIANA.
    • Thomsoniana.
    • AN OLD SONG RESTORED “Busy, curious, thirsty Fly.”
    • HERMITS.
      • St. Romuald.
      • Amadeus, Duke of Savoy.
      • A HERMIT’S MEDITATION.
    • St. Romuald.
    • Amadeus, Duke of Savoy.
    • A HERMIT’S MEDITATION.
    • CURIOUS ANECDOTES OF BIRMINGHAM MANUFACTURERS AND MANUFACTURES.
      • Button.
      • Buckle.
      • Guns.
      • Leather.
      • Steel.
      • Brass Works.
      • Nails.
      • Bellows.
      • Thread.
    • Button.
    • Buckle.
    • Guns.
    • Leather.
    • Steel.
    • Brass Works.
    • Nails.
    • Bellows.
    • Thread.
    • PRESERVATION OF FLOWERS.
    • LETTER FROM A VILLAGE. To Mr. Charles Pickworth.
    • GRASSINGTON FEAST. Clock Dressings.
    • A FRAGMENT Found in a Skeleton Case at the Royal Academy, Supposed to have been written by one of the Students, and deposited there by him.
    • ANECDOTE OF A MAGPIE.
    • THE ARTIST.
  • Vol. II.—47.
    • The Giants IN THE LORD MAYOR’S SHOW, AND IN GUILDHALL.
      • The Giants in Guildhall
    • The Giants in Guildhall
    • NORWICH GUILD. Mayor’s Feast, Temp. Elizabeth.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XLI.
      • 1st.
      • 2nd.
      • 3rd.
      • Apologetical Preface, following these:
    • 1st.
    • 2nd.
    • 3rd.
    • Apologetical Preface, following these:
    • Lodge and Avenue at Holwood, The Residence of John Ward, Esq. formerly of the late Right Hon. William Pitt.
      • Account of Holwood.
    • Account of Holwood.
    • THE PLAGUE AT EYAM, AND THE REV. THOMAS STANLEY.
    • THE REIGN OF DEATH.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. XIII.
      • Thunder—Lightning—Aurora Borealis—Earthquakes—Ebbing and Flowing of the Sea—the Loadstone and Amber—Electricity—Rivers.
    • Thunder—Lightning—Aurora Borealis—Earthquakes—Ebbing and Flowing of the Sea—the Loadstone and Amber—Electricity—Rivers.
    • FILEY, YORKSHIRE. Haddock Legend, and Herring Fishery.
    • PISCATORIA.
    • INCREDIBLE LIARS
    • HEBREW MELODY, A Portuguese Hymn.
    • FACTITIA.
      • “Where is my Thermometer?”
      • Degradation of a Degree.
    • “Where is my Thermometer?”
    • Degradation of a Degree.
  • Vol. II.—48.
    • Source of the Ravensbourne.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XLII.
    • THEATRALIA.
      • Tom Durfey
      • Liston’s Marriage.
      • Charles Jennens, Esq.
      • Elliston’s Epigram.
      • Sir John Hill
    • Tom Durfey
    • Liston’s Marriage.
    • Charles Jennens, Esq.
    • Elliston’s Epigram.
    • Sir John Hill
    • GOUT.
    • Stories OF THE Craven Dales. No. II.[470]
      • Billy B——’s Adventure.
    • Billy B——’s Adventure.
    • The Second Series of WHIMS AND ODDITIES, With Forty Original Designs, BY THOMAS HOOD.
      • “A Ballad Singer
      • “A Mad Dog
    • “A Ballad Singer
    • “A Mad Dog
  • Vol. II.—49.
    • Mr. Gliddon’s Cigar Divan. King Street, Covent Garden.
    • LAURENCE-KIRK SNUFF-BOXES.
    • INN-YARDS.
    • THE TURNPIKE MAN.
    • Robert North, Esq. of Scarborough.
      • Mr. North’s Prizes for the Poets.
    • Mr. North’s Prizes for the Poets.
    • MENDIP MINES.
      • Laws and Orders of the Mendip Miners.
    • Laws and Orders of the Mendip Miners.
    • THIRTEEN-PENCE HALFPENNY.
      • Hangman’s Wages.
      • Jack Ketch a Gentleman.
    • Hangman’s Wages.
    • Jack Ketch a Gentleman.
  • Vol. II.—50.
    • The Running Horse at Merrow, Surrey.
    • WILLIAM CAPON, The Scene Painter.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XLIII.
    • ISLE OF WIGHT
      • Hay Harvest Custom.
    • Hay Harvest Custom.
    • ORIGIN OF HAY-BAND?
    • BRISTOL HIGH CROSS.
    • ORIGIN OF THE WORD TAILOR.
    • THE CLERK IN THE DARK.
    • CINDERELLA.
    • HORÆ CRAVENÆ.
      • Hitchingstone Feast.—Cowling Moons.
      • He’s got t’Oil-bottle in his Pocket.
      • Swine Harry.
    • Hitchingstone Feast.—Cowling Moons.
    • He’s got t’Oil-bottle in his Pocket.
    • Swine Harry.
    • THOMAS SMITH, A Quack Extraordinary.
    • DUNCHURCH, COW, AND CALF.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. XIV.
      • The Circulation of the Blood, &c.
      • SERVETUS.
    • The Circulation of the Blood, &c.
    • SERVETUS.
    • DOVER PIG.
    • ANECDOTES.
      • Juries.
      • A Question—Mal-apropos.
    • Juries.
    • A Question—Mal-apropos.
    • GLASS.
    • VARIA.
      • Tomb of King Alfred.
      • Old Law Books.
      • Curious Will of an Attorney.
    • Tomb of King Alfred.
    • Old Law Books.
    • Curious Will of an Attorney.
    • Epitaphs.
    • A FILL UP.
  • Vol. II.—51.
    • Note.
    • WINTER FLOWERS. Chrysanthemum Indicum.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XLIV.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. XV.
      • Ancient Surgery.
      • Ancient Chemistry.
    • Ancient Surgery.
    • Ancient Chemistry.
    • TALES OF TINMOUTHE PRIORIE. No. II.
      • THE WIZARD’S CAVE.
    • THE WIZARD’S CAVE.
    • PERSONS OF DISTINCTION.
      • Uprightness in Death.
      • Taking a Liberty.
      • Royal Dinner Time.
      • Self-Esteem.
      • Guinea Sovereigns.
      • Titles.
      • The Great Turk.
    • Uprightness in Death.
    • Taking a Liberty.
    • Royal Dinner Time.
    • Self-Esteem.
    • Guinea Sovereigns.
    • Titles.
    • The Great Turk.
    • AN INSCRIPTION, Said to have been dug out of the Ruins of a Palace at Rome.
    • DICKEY FLETCHER.
    • ANOTHER ODD SIGN.[508]
    • TO FANNY.
    • THE PLEASURES OF ILLUSION.
    • OLD MACARONIC POEM.
    • ANTY BRIGNAL AND THE BEGGING QUAKER.
    • THE ORPHANS.
    • JACK THE VIPER.
    • A SKETCH IN SPA FIELDS.
    • Extracts FROM MY NOTE BOOK.
    • WHIMSIES.
      • An Essay on the Understanding.
      • “Old Westminster Quibbles.”
      • “New Westminster Quibbles.”
    • An Essay on the Understanding.
    • “Old Westminster Quibbles.”
    • “New Westminster Quibbles.”
  • Vol. II.—52.
    • Irish Pipes.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XLV.
      • FACETIÆ.
    • FACETIÆ.
    • Stories OF THE Craven Dales. No. III.
      • Proem.
      • The Wise Woman of Littondale.
    • Proem.
    • The Wise Woman of Littondale.
    • HAGBUSH-LANE
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. XXXV.
      • Ancient Chemistry, &c.
      • Generation.
      • The Sexual System of Plants.
      • Astronomy—Mathematics—Mechanics—Optics, &c.
    • Ancient Chemistry, &c.
    • Generation.
    • The Sexual System of Plants.
    • Astronomy—Mathematics—Mechanics—Optics, &c.
    • Erratum.
    • FREE TRANSLATION OF A DRINKING SONG, BY GOETHE.
  • Vol. II.—53.
    • George Bloomfield.
    • Garrick Plays. No. XLVI.
      • SERIOUS FRAGMENTS. 1.
      • 2.
      • 3.
      • 4.
      • 5.
      • 6.
      • 7.
      • 8.
      • 9.
      • 10.
      • 11.
      • 12.
      • 13.
      • 14.
      • 15.
      • 16.
      • 17.
      • 18.
      • 19.
      • 20.
      • 21.
      • 22.
      • 23.
      • 24.
      • 25.
      • 26. Mind constituted to Goodness.
      • 27.
      • 28.
      • 29.
      • 30.
      • 31.
      • 32.
      • 33.
      • 34.
      • 35.
      • 36.
      • 37.
      • 38.
      • 39.
      • 40.
      • 41.
      • 42.
      • 43. Impossibility of attaining, a bar to desire.
      • 44. Theory of men’s choice in a Beauty.
    • SERIOUS FRAGMENTS. 1.
    • 2.
    • 3.
    • 4.
    • 5.
    • 6.
    • 7.
    • 8.
    • 9.
    • 10.
    • 11.
    • 12.
    • 13.
    • 14.
    • 15.
    • 16.
    • 17.
    • 18.
    • 19.
    • 20.
    • 21.
    • 22.
    • 23.
    • 24.
    • 25.
    • 26. Mind constituted to Goodness.
    • 27.
    • 28.
    • 29.
    • 30.
    • 31.
    • 32.
    • 33.
    • 34.
    • 35.
    • 36.
    • 37.
    • 38.
    • 39.
    • 40.
    • 41.
    • 42.
    • 43. Impossibility of attaining, a bar to desire.
    • 44. Theory of men’s choice in a Beauty.
    • GENERAL REMINISCENCES OF THREE, THIRD, and THRICE.
    • DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM.
    • APOSTLE SPOONS.
    • PATIENT COURTSHIP.
    • OLD AND FAITHFUL SERVANTS.
    • Discoveries OF THE ANCIENTS AND MODERNS. No. XXXVI.
      • Ancient Philosophers.
      • Mechanics.
      • Ancient Cities.
      • The Lake Mœris and the Pyramids.
      • The Colossus of Rhodes.
      • Stupendous Statues.
      • Bridges—Glazed Windows.
      • Curious Mechanism.
      • Microscopes, &c.
      • Sculpture.
      • Painting.
      • Mosaic.
      • Music.
    • Ancient Philosophers.
    • Mechanics.
    • Ancient Cities.
    • The Lake Mœris and the Pyramids.
    • The Colossus of Rhodes.
    • Stupendous Statues.
    • Bridges—Glazed Windows.
    • Curious Mechanism.
    • Microscopes, &c.
    • Sculpture.
    • Painting.
    • Mosaic.
    • Music.
    • MANNERS IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.
  • Vol. II.—54.
    • “The Poetical Freehold.
      • “The April Fool.
      • The Unfortunate Farmer.
      • Memorandum.
    • “The April Fool.
    • The Unfortunate Farmer.
    • Memorandum.
    • Travellers EAST AND WEST.
    • Old Customs.
      • HAGMENA.
      • Old St. Luke’s Day.
    • HAGMENA.
    • Old St. Luke’s Day.
    • CHAPMAN’S “ALL FOOLS.”
    • NORWICH MOCK ELECTIONS.
    • Old London Customs.
      • Paul’s Walkers—Hired Witnesses.
      • St. Thomas’s Day Elections.
    • Paul’s Walkers—Hired Witnesses.
    • St. Thomas’s Day Elections.
    • A DEFENCE OF SLANG.
    • DIVINATION BY FLOWERS.
    • WALTHAM, ESSEX.
    • FULBOURN, CAMBRIDGE.
      • All Saints’ and St. Vigor’s Bells.
      • Trinity Sunday, 1766.
    • All Saints’ and St. Vigor’s Bells.
    • Trinity Sunday, 1766.
    • ST. THOMAS’S DAY. Mr. Day’s Short Day.
    • A PAGE FROM MY NOTE BOOK.
      • Election Bribery.
      • Wonder-working Precedents.
      • Mem.
      • Dower.
      • An unintentional Imitation extempore of the 196th and 7th stanzas of the 2d canto of Don Juan.
    • Election Bribery.
    • Wonder-working Precedents.
    • Mem.
    • Dower.
    • An unintentional Imitation extempore of the 196th and 7th stanzas of the 2d canto of Don Juan.
    • Original Poetry.
    • Original Poetry.
    • Notice.
    • SPORTS AND PASTIMES OF THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND.
  • Vol. II.—55.
    • INDEXES.
      • I. THE GENERAL INDEX.
      • II. CORRESPONDENTS’ INDEX.
      • III. INDEX TO THE POETRY.
      • IV. INDEX TO THE ENGRAVINGS.
    • I. THE GENERAL INDEX.
    • II. CORRESPONDENTS’ INDEX.
    • III. INDEX TO THE POETRY.
    • IV. INDEX TO THE ENGRAVINGS.
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    • General remarks
    • Specific remarks
    • Changes made
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