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Eyes vary on colours, 311
Eylesburie, now Aylesbury, 48
Eythorpe fields and mounds, 5

EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES, 154

fountain at Hartwell, 156
internal government, 157
vestigia at Hartwell, 199

structure at Hartwell, 222
Egyptians believed in resurrection, 160
Eleanor de Luton, 56
Eleanor Hampden, 58
Elements of y Virginis, 315

by Henderson, 325
from Bedford measures, 333

by Adams, 341
Elizabeth, Lady, her poem, 85
Elizabethan style of architecture, 102
Ellipses, sidereal, their proportions, 329
Ellis, Sir Henry, his letter, 375
Embalming by Pettigrew, 169
Emma, Queen, narrow escape,

59
Encke's Comet, observed by C. P. Smyth, 342

short period, 347
Engagement, a wood-cut, 75
Engraved by Faber, Sir George Lee, 115
Entertainment to school children, 10
Entick's Naval History, 76
Epps buried in Hartwell, 247
Epps's Meridional Observations, 247

- work referred to Capt. Smyth, 253
EQUATORIAL TOWER, 223, 238
Equestrian statue of Prince of Wales, 71
Erasmus of Rotterdam, 121
Error of the press in position of y Virginis, 324
Errors of artists in colouring, 309

- on sidereal colours, 306
Estate, its extent, 14
Eunoste, Pointe, its position, 370
Evans, his instruments, 223
Evening amusements, Dell's 227
Evergreens, when introduced, 36
Evidence-room, at Hartwell, 41
Example of day's work by Epps, 25-1
Exodus on Moses' cradle, 201
Extent of Hartwell, 34
Extra meridional observations at Bedford, 286
Eye, false, in a mummy, 185

Facts on comets most wanted, 316
Failures should increase energy, 306
Family portraits described, 113
Farming at Hartwell, 30
Faustina's elegant head-dress, 153
Fazackerly quoted by Prince of Wales, 68
Fees, refreshing, recorded, 78
Fellahs of Egypt, 159
Ferruginous yellow sand, 23
Figures adorning the staircase, 110
Fiott married Harriet Lee, 96

arms: a demi-horse argent, 99

now Dr. Lee, 172
Fissile, calcareous clay, 21
Fitton's, Dr. geological researches, 20, 22
Fitz Nicholas, 48
Five-foot telescope in lieu of nine-foot, 242
Flameborow, tenant in 1570, 3
Flannells offered by the Prince of Wales, 70
Flavia Cæsariensis, district, 4
Fleeces (tenuissima), 2
Fletcher, Mr. Isaac, on y Virginis, 337

epoch of 1851 for y Virginis, 342
Fleur-de-lys, frequent at Hartwell, 12, 386
Flora formalized by the Dutch, 39
Foliage, progress of, 16
Forbes, Professor Edward, 28
Forces of Mehemet Ali, 188
Ford Lane, from Fford, 4
Foresight lent to recover treasure, 359
Forest trees, their size, 35
Forged shekels, 146
Forrester, Lord, eccentric, 74
Fossil paddle, from Bedford, 143
Fossils given by Dr. Lee, 23

enumerated, 21, 28

very good in the Hartwell Museum, 142
Foundations of Transit, 229

of Equatorial Tower, 239
Frank--pledge explained, 51

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Frederick, Prince of Wales, 67
French gamblers, 396
Freya, Swedish frigate, 383
Front of the old mansion, 83
Fruits from Theban tombs, 199
Fuller's earth at Bishopstone, 20
Funeral of Dame Margaret Lee, 116

tablet No. 1273, 199
barge, 209
ritual No. 3193, 220

Grey Friars, of Aylesbury, 56
Gridiron pendulums, 225
Grundy, Mrs. answered, 395
Gurney still on the rent-roll, 97
Gustavus IV. at Hartwell, 379
y Virginis, measures at Oxford, 245

its Story, 312
seen single by Herschel II. 317

Genealogical Table of the Lees, 96
Genealogy, by Sir W. Lee, 86
Generosity towards prisoners, 78

of barge's crew, 384
Généthous, Marquis de, 386
Geographical ante-room to museum, 135
GEOLOGICAL NOTICES, 20
Geology, Vale of Aylesbury, 120
Geometrical reduction for amateurs, 329
George II. his statue, 71
Gerarde, on the papyrus, 200
Germanicus, search for antiquities, 174
Gibraltar, Egyptian Admiral, 186
Giffard, Walter, had two hides, 44
Gilbert, Mr. Davies, 237
Glaisher, his improved meteorology, 15

John, employed by Dr. Lee, 248

Mr. James on thermometers, 352
Gnostic tenets, 164
God save noble Clarence, 393
Goethe's error on Newton's theory, 305
Gold and silver captured, 78
Gold-leaf in patches, 184
Goodall, Rev. Mr. of Dinton, 60
Gorua limestone, Thebaid, 210
Gosfield, seat of Marquess of Buckingham, 384
Gossipium cultivated, 189
Gothic style, Hartwell Church, 12
Graves, Captain T. 148
Greek epitaph, 138

-- coins exquisite, 147
Gregorian telescopes, 225
Grennah or Cyrene, 165

Hadrian, his travels, 149
Hadstock, manor of, in Essex, 51
Hall of Hartwell House, 105
Ilampden joined with Hartwell, 51

Mycaell, 3
Parva, 8
R. obijt 1567, his harte, 11
shield in Hartwell Church, 12

married Elizabeth Savage, 95
HAMPDENS, THE, 56
Hanging sleeves, see brass, 61
Hapee, The Cynocephalus, 168
Harcourt shield, in Hartwell Church, 12

Lady E. married Sir W. Lee, 84

Earl, his portrait, 115
Hardwicke, Lord, his letter, 65, 72
Hartwell, its locality, 2

seal in 1570, 3
parish, 7
cum Hampden Parva, 8
basin, 27
meadows, 30
trees, the largest, 35
first visit to, in 1828, 36
spring, 41
House, 103
House, its interior, 105
museum, rich in beetles, 164
vestigia of Egypt, 199
fountain, 222
its first observatory, 226
Rectory observatory, 252
stars observed by Epps, 254–283

double-star catalogue, 287–290
Harvest ready St. James's day, 17

HOME-STEAD, described, 33
Hopkins, Thomas, Esq. 63
Horace his VII. Ode, 106

admired by Louis XVIII. 376
Horace's pale violet, 182
Horton still on the rent roll, 97
Horus, Messiah or Apollo, 162
Hot cross-bun? 208
Iludibras, mis-quoted, 119
Hunt, Mr. his fossils, 23
Husbandry around Hartwell, 29
Hydraulic powers of ammonite, 26
Hygrometric tables, by Glaisher, 354

Hlaydon Mill, on the Thame, 41

Hill, point of survey, 250
Head-dresses, by Bonomi, 180
Heliometer at Oxford, 245

drawn by Mrs. Smyth, iii.
Helto held land in Herdewelle, 16
Henderson, Professor, much lamented, 321
Henley, attorney of Princess of Wales, 72
Henry II. seized Peverel's lands, 47

his grasping tyranny, 58
HER, meaning the Queen, 382
Heraldic bear of the Lees, 98
Heralds' visitations consulted, 100
Herde-welle, origin of Hartwell, 3
Hereditary name, none before ye Conquest, 17
Herodotus on Egypt, 221
Herschel I. unprecedented labour, 285

-- and Smyth differ on colours, 298
Herschel II. on gravitation, 285

saw y Virginis single, 317
on y Virginis, 328
his Cape observations, 333
on Biela's Comet, 347

on Encke's Comet, 348
Herschel, Miss, her portrait, 123
Herschelian elements of y Virginis, 340
TIertwell, de, William, 48

gave

land to Oseney, 57
Hertwell and Little Hampden, 55
Hevelius on the contraction of comets, 319
Hide of land explained, 47
Hieroglyphics explained, 156
High powers seldom wanted, 226
High Lee, in Cheshire, 59
Hillary, Octaves of St. 50
Ilincks, Dr. deciphered cuneiform characters, 140

on the Rosetta stone, 155
Hlind, his discoveries, 245

investigation of y Virginis, 326
ill at the critical time, 335

his Smythian orbit of y Virginis, 338
Hispaniola, valuable wreck, near, 359
Historic verses on the Bourbons found, 389
Holyrood Palace offered to Louis XVIII. 383

Ibex religiosa, 162
Ikeneld Street, near Tring, 5
lkening Street, near Acknal, 4
Illustrations, who by, iii.
Imperial large brass, 235
Incendiary at Biban al Moluk, 206
Inclosure Act, 7, 31
Index Villaris, wrong position of Hartwell, 248
Industry of the scholars, 9
Infirmary founded by Dr. Lee, 90
Ingoldsby, Sir Richard, 62
Ingoldsbys in Hartwell Church, 13
Inquisition on Sir W. de Luton's land, 52,
Instruments, mathematical, in the museum, 136
Interior of Hartwell House, 104
Introductory letter, iii.
Inundation of the Nile, 206
Isaiah's prophecy on Egypt, 200
Isis, its junction with the Thame, 2
Ismael Basha in office 189
Italy, fertility of compared, 30
Ithaca, gold ornaments excavated, 139

Jablonski on Egypt, 164
Jackalls guarding the tropics, 208

or solar path, 220
Jacob, Capt. his sidercal measures, 329

his zeal in India, 334
Jansen, Cornelius, painted like Vandyck, 117
Janus, temple of, model, 147

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Janus, temple of, 235
Jebel Akhmar, quarries of, 218
Jew of Oxford, Jacob, 49
Jodrell supports the Prince of Wales, 70
Jones's barometer, 18
Jones, Inigo, his architectural taste, 102
Thomas, of Charing Cross, 232

made the transit instrument, 252
Johnson's Life of Savage, 95
Johnson, his heliometer, 245

at work with heliometer, 335
Joseph's gathering, 190
Josephus quoted, 146
Jottings, by Sir G. Lee, 74
July has frequent rain, 17
Jupiter's satellitian, 123
Jurassic system or Purbeck, 20
Juvenal's satire on the Egyptians, 159

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Land, value of, 52
Laplace, bust of, 123
Lassell promised to observe y Virginis, 335

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Latitude of Hartwell, 248

of Pompey's pillar, 370
Lawn, its extent, 34
Layard, his important researches, 176
Least squares, prepared by Adams, 341
Lee, Sir Anthony, 62
Lee, Sir Henry, 62
Lee, Roger, died in 1506, 95
Lee, William, a schoolmaster, 95
Lee, Francis, 60
Lee Engleys, in Lancashire, 94
Lee, lordship of, in Chester, 99
Lee, Sir Thomas, of Dinton, Knt. 58

married Eleanor Hampden, 96

built the house, 102
Lee, family seats at church, 11
Lee, Sir Thomas, 1st Bart. 63
Lee, 2nd Bart. Member for Aylesbury, 63

correction, as Lord of the Admiralty, 357
was active, 360

autograph, 360
Lee, 3rd Bart. highly esteemed, 81
Lee, Sir H. E. created Earl of Litchfield, 100
Lee, Hon. F. H. a Vice-Admiral, 100
Lee, Lord Chief Justice, 11

a

irreproachable, 64
styled himself W. de Hertewell, 86
prescribed for the poor, 90

altered the house, 103
Lee, Lady Elizabeth's drawing, 13

verses, 42, 85
Lee, of Abingdon, 65
Lee, Sir William, 5th Bart. 7

covenant in 1791, 9
letter from Martyn, 35

a friend to Martyn, 37
Lee, Sir W. 5th Bart. death of, 87
Lee, the Rev. Sir George, 6th Bart. 8

subscribed to the Church, 12
value of a tree, 37
meritorious, 66

kater, Captain, his hygrometer, 18
Kebnsnof, hawk-headed, 218
Kent, a horticultural plotter, 39
Keramic art in Mexico, 211
Key of the Nile, its value, 160
Kimmeridge clay, 22
King, Captain P. P. 148, 237

Rev. Mr. 387
King of the French, 395
King's Arms, at Berkhampstead, 395

book, amount of llartwell, 10

share of wrecked treasure, 359
Kingsborough, Lord, on Mexico, 181

plates, 210
Kitchen garden, 41
Kneller, Sir Godfrey, several paintings, 113
Koun Ombo has sandstone, 217
Kushites, ever persecuted, 176
Kymbel Churche, R. Hampden there, 11

Lace-making injurious, 32
Lameness of Dr. Lee lames the court, 69
Lampoon on Suckling, 120
Land allotted to the school, 9

cultivated by the scholars, 10

LEES, THE,

spares the

Lee, the Rev. Sir G. educated as physician, 87

doctored the poor, 90
lets Hartwell, 385
invited to Paris, 395

his holograph will, 89
Lee, Dr. addressed in Introduction, iii.

his excavation, 5
builds good cottages, 8
scruples on Church patronage, 11
attends to meteorology, 15
generous in fossils, 23
his fossil collection, 29
his allotments, 30

axe,

37
preserved the walnut tree, 37
succeeded to Hartwell, 89
founded the Infirmary, 90
restored old arrangements, 135
his assiduity as travelling bachelor, 135
presented Ithacan relics, 139
his numismatic treasures, 146
has 1000 Roman large brass, 148
his fountain edifice, 156
his fine mummy, 170
medal of him, 154
has early plans of the Pyramids, 171
arithmetical Egyptian tablet, 175
has two fine Egyptian heads, 181
his mummy with gilt nails, 184
lectured on the Papyrus, 202
his Egyptian Papyri, 203
has a negro idol, 206
his purchase of Bubastis, 215
visited Bedford, 223
purchased instruments, 224
his five-foot telescope, 226
his large object glass, 238
his telescope compared, 244
engaged Mr. Epps, 247
his pension to Mrs. Epps, 248
had a long meridian line observed, 249
compared some stars' colours, 293
founded Meteorological Society, 352
has a list of the royal suite, 390

Lee, Mrs. her gifts of books and clothes, 10

expert in unrolling papyri, 204
Lee, shield in Hartwell Church, 12
Lees of Ilartwell, genealogy, 96

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Leelite, so called by Dr. Clerke, 142
Leemans, Dr. quoted, 214
Leeks regarded as sacred, 159
Lefebvre, the Queen's doctor, 380
Leghs of Cheshire all powerful, 93
Leicester House, residence of Prince of Wales, 68
Leland's itinerary, 1
Lely, Sir Peter, 113
Leonard's Ilill, St., poem, 85
Leontine fields quoted, 31
Leontium, its fertility, 31
Lepsius, Todtenbuch, 220
Leptis mentioned to Mehemet, 194
Letter from Sir J. Herschel, 328

of Adams on y Virginis, 341
from the author to Von Zach, 369

from Majestic's barge's crew, 384
Letters from Prince Frederick, 67

alluded to by Tacitus, 174
Lettres Persannes quoted, 73
Ley or untilled ground, 47
Liber Judiciarius, 45
Library, its size and form, 108

the, its contents, 122
Light Dragoons, 25th Regiment, 87
Lilies meant hy Shoshannim, 182

-- held sacred, 207
Line-of-battle ships in Egypt, 190
Lines on the Bourbons, 389
Lion, type of courage, 60
Lion's head with solar rays, 165
Lipscomb, History of Bucks, 48, 76

no poet, 59
confuted, 78

again criticised, 82
Little Hampden, 8

and Hertwell, 55
Little Marlow given to Martyn, 37
Litchfield, Lord, his letter, 81

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