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Liverpool sold to King John, 94
Localities for certain observations, 311
Lockhart, Rev. Mr. 388
Log-book, advertised for, 80
Logos typified by serpents, 160
Londesborough's, Lord, mummy, 184
London clay ammonite, 25
Longitude of Alexandria, 369, 372

of Hartwell, 248
Lord Chief Justice of England, 116
Lords of the Admiralty, order, 360
Lotus, much controverted, 182
Lotus-lily, held sacred, 207
Louis the Vain censured, 390
Louis XVIII. his bequest, 8

at Hartwell, 40, 374

by Le Fevre in 1817, 117
Louis-Philippe's character, 378
Lower Empire coin, 5

--- distinguished, 149
Lowndes, Rev. C. his observatory, 252
Lowther, F. his autograph, 360
Lucan describes a temple, 159
Lucien, his quarrel with Napoleon, 377
Lunar cycle, connected with weather, 19
Lunarian, by Dr. Pearson, 123
Lunatic Asylum, near Stone, 6
Luton family, 56
Lutons and Hertwelles, 47
Luyton, dominus de Hertwelle, 49
Lynch Lane, its direction, 4

Mamoudieh granary, 190
Manetho, the Egyptian historian, 170
Manicheism, 164
Manners of the Egyptians, 182
Mansfield, Earl of, 73
Mansion, vignette of the, 83

of Hartwell, 102

its proportions, 103
Mantell, Dr. fossil researches, 28

on endogenites, 144
Manufactures of the ancient Egyptians, 178
Manure, proportions of, 31
Manuscripts on scientific subjects, 127
Many-chambered shells, 25
Marathon arrow-heads, 212
Marble tablet sent by Captain Graves, 137
Marcellus, Count, his verses, 387
Margery, wife of J. de Luton, 54
Marle once the only manure, 31
Martin, J. drew the Phrygian head, 136
Martyn, Professor, his edition of Miller, 35

praises of Abeles, 35
Masts most aimed at by English, 77
Mathematical portion of library, 124
Maxims, Odi memorem compotatorem, 86
May, C. made revolving roof, 239
J. navy armourer,

230
Mayer omitted for y Virginis, 333

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Mechanics Institution, Aylesbury, 203
Mechanics in ancient Egypt, 183
Medal of Branch Railway, 33
Medals, large Roman brass, 145
Medallic ante-room to museum, 135
Mehemet Ali, a Pharaoh, 186
Melmoth, Mrs. Margaret, 66
Menandros commemorated, 137
Menes, 800 before Abraham, 171
Mennis, Sir J. Comptroller of the Navy, 120
Mercia included Aylesbury, 6
Meridian marks, where, 234
Meridional observations, by Epps, 254–283

line observed for Hartwell, 249
Merlin, the British, 66
Mertz made the heliometer, 245

Mab, the ocean fairy, 26
Macclesfield Church brasses, 93
Maclean, Mr. presented several birds, 140

sent meteoric fragments, 142

quoted, 238
Madras, Sir W. Lee died there, 87
Magellan, wood from Straits, 147
Magna Grecia vases, 211
Mahon, Lord, addressed by Dr. Lee, 139
Maladies, local, simple, 14
Majestic barge's crew, letter, 384
Mamluks destroyed by Mehemet, 187

Musarum Deliciæ vainly searched, 120
Museum in the gallery, 135

British, good portrait, 183
Music borrowed from Egypt, 193
Mytilus, found near Dunton, 22

Hartwell fossil, 28

Messier, Le Furet des Comètes, 348
Meteoric stone from Launton, 141
METEOROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT, 351
Meteorology of Hartwell, 15
Mexico's resemblance to Egypt, 181
Mezentius, his coin found, 5
Miller, edited by Martyn, 35

on the laurel tree, 36
Miller, Mr. J. F. on y Virginis, 337
Milton on the ancient British, 6
Mind exhibited in the ammonite, 27
Mineral cabinets well stored, 141
Miscellaneous

papers

of 13th century, 101
Mississippi earthworks, 212
Mizraim, land of, 154
Mizraimites rigorous masters, 158
Modern medals, 153
Money well spent on the rail, 32
Monk, still on the rent roll, 97
Moniteur, a mouthpiece of Napoleon, 378
Monsieur met Louis XVIII. 384
Montague, Wortley, his hoax, 370

his letter on Pompey's pillar, 373
Montesquieu quoted, 73
Montbarey, P. de, Mémoires de, 376
Months seriatim, 16-18
Monthly temperature, 15

notices of Astronomical Society, 339
Moon nodes in meteorology, 19

culminating stars, 237

culminators, recommended, 248
Morice, Judith, married Sir G. Lee, 74
Mortaigne obtained Peverel's land, 47
Mortimer, J. II. of Aylesbury, 85
Morton, lordship, 14

in Dinton, 59
Moses quoted on the Mizraimites, 158
Motte, died in a storm, 1769, 381
Motto, Verum atque decens, 98
Mound of Eythorpe, 5
Mountain chains and Hartwell, 38
Muniment-room, 49
--- documents, 100
Murray, Earl of Mansfield, 73

Nacreous coating of fossils, 23
Napoleon black-balled, 392
Narbonne, Mad. de, with the Queen, 381
Natica, found near Dunton, 22
Nautilus compared to ammonite, 25

described by Byron, 26
Naval Chronicle quoted, 374
Navy Board to fit out ships, 358
Nebuchadruchar, King of Babylon, 140
Needle of Cleopatra, by Symonds, 195

--- another given to France, 195
Nelson, descendant of Suckling, 63
Neoptolemus of the present day, 31
Neph or Knouphis, 161
Netsonoff, with hawk's head, 168
Newcastle, Marquess of, his portrait, 113
Newton, his bust, 123

his chronology, 153
Newtonian doctrine of light, 302
Neyrnuyt, Sir John, 54
Nicholas IV. Pope, taxed IIart well, 10
Niebuhr required more study, 178
Nilometers of porcelain, 205
Norman doorway at Dinton, 59
Northumberland, Duke of, present to Dr. Lee, 181

- quoted, 213
Notes and Queries, on a disputed verse, 121
Nottingham frame workers, 32
Nubian head-dresses, 180

oblation stone, 216
Nucleus of comets no sensible magnitude, 346
Numbering the people disliked, 189
NUMISMATA, 144
Numismatic ante-room to museum, 135
Nuneham Courteney, manor of, 85
Nupe produced the gods, 220

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Oake, Lieutenant, on board the Adventure, 187
Obelisk, allusion to eternity, 169

presented to France, 195
Object glass, by Tulley, 243
Observations by Rev. C. Lowndes, 252
OBSERVATORY, ITS ORIGIN, 223

at Bedford, 223
of the Rev. J. B. Reade, 252

of Mr. Thomas Dell, Aylesbury, 252
Observed facts are most wanted, 346
October is a fine month, 17
Odo had four hides of land, 44
Offices of Hartwell House, 110
Old Testament mentions the horn, 160
Omnipotent fiat, 234
Omniscient fiat exhibited, 26
Onion, dangerous to eat an,

159
Oolitic, upper group, 22
Orbicular sienite from Corsica, 142
Orbit of y Virginis, 316–320

by various persons, 328

founded on Bedford measures, 332
Ordnance, Master of the, order to the, 358

survey map, iv.
Orford, Lord, on Sir G. Lee, 73
Oriental manuscripts, 128
Orion, fifth star in its nebula, 337
Orleans, Duke of, distrusted by Louis XVIII, 378
Orrery in the museum, 136
Oseney Abbey, reserved by the King, 57
Osiris or Pluto, 162

son of Seb, 220
Ostade of the Flemish school, 113
Ostrea expansa, 23
Ostrich feather of truth, 218
Osymandyas, tomb of King, 173
Outlines of Astronomy quoted, 341
Overflowing of the Nile, 206
Oxford temperature compared, 18
Oxford, Dean and Chapter, claim to land, 58

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I'anem et circenses, requisite to man, 10
Papyrus Nilotica, 200
Parc-au-Cerf stigmatized, 390
Park, its extent, 34
Parliament, Sir G. Lee, Knt. Member of, 66
Passalacqua on munimies, 181
Paupers at Hartwell, two or three, 8
Pawsey, Rev. F. a mutual old friend, 105
Pearls, British, much esteemed, 152
Pearly coat of clay fossils, 23
Pecten camellosus, 28

orbicularis, 29
Peculiarity of certain eyes on colour, 311
Pegge, Dr. quoted, 59
Pelham, llenry, Chancellor, 65
Pendle or Purbeck limestone, 21
Pendulum of Vulliamy's clock, 232
Pensive strains on the Bourbons, 389
Percy's ('ollection, satire on Suckling, 120
Perkin a Legh beheaded, 93
Persian letters, 73
Pertenhall, residence of Martyn, 37
Peru, bodies dried there, 210
Peters, his telescope examined, 245
Pettigrew, on mummifying 169

--- quoted on hieroglyphies, 219
Peverel, W. shared Hartwell, 44
Pevrel held land in Herdewelle, 46
Pharaohs, their monuments, 160

posterior to the pyramids, 170
Pharos of Alexandria, 369
Phillimore, Dr. ecclesiastical cases, 73
Phillippian library, 359
Phillips, Sir T. his MSS. 211
Phra, or Sun, 172
Phrygian head from Tyre, 137
Phthah or Vulcan, 162
Piazzi Smyth on Encke’s comet, 312
Picture of the pleasure grounds, 117

writings of Egypt, 155

writing defined, 175
Pillow of wood, 180
Pinna quadrata, 28

Pit at Bishopstone, 20

Paintings in the dining-room, 107

described in detail, 112
Paludinæ in the clay, 22

Purbeck limestone, 21
Purpose of comets premature now, 344
Pyramid alludes to eternity, 169

small, No. 1284, 209
Pyramids, supposed gnomons, 186

Quarendon, its locality, 2

Lees of, 61, 99
Queen of France, Comtesse de Lille, 385

objected to the staircase, 111
illness described, 380

remains at Cagliari, 382
Queen's champion, 62
Quevedo's picture of slander, 32

Pitchcot, effect of its hills on atmosphere, 15
Plagiostoma, Hartwell fossil, 28
Plan of home-stead referred to, 34
Plancus, correspondent of Horace, 106
Planets and comets not similar, 343
Platypus from New South Wales, 141
Plesiosaurian paddle, Beds. 143
Pleurotomaria, rare specimens, 29
Pliny on the papyrus, 202
Plott or old survey, 83
Polar axis, the first in 1620, 244
Police for mutual safety, 9
Polyolbion quoted, 2
Pompey derived from Omphi, 370
Pompey's pillar, airing upon, 191

ascended, 196

measurements of, 371
Pope's invective on the Duke of Chandos, 104
Population increasing, 8
Portland or Bottom rock, 21
Portrait, good, on a mummy, 183
Portraits, numerous and good, 113
Portuguese laurel, very fine, 36
Potatoes, immense crop, 31
Powell, Rev. Professor Baden, iv.
Prayers, family, read by Dr. Lee, 109
Precious metals in Mexico also, 184
Preistman, H. his autograph, 360
Present to the Society of Antiquaries, 139
Presentation to the Royal Astronomical Society, 11
Prie-Dieu left behind, 396
Private observatories, 354
Privateers, capture of, contested by Sir G. Lee, 75
PRODUCE, 29

per acre, 30
Productiveness of soil, 30
Progress in astronomical facts, 344
Psalm 16th describes dress, 179

45th, its title quoted, 182
Ptolemaic coinage, 191
Ptolemies, their monuments, 160
Ptolemy Evergetes, his temple, 192

Philadelphus sent the papyrus, 201
Purbeck, or jurassic formation, 20

Railway to Aylesbury, 32
Rain, amount of in 1837, 19

gauge described, 354
Rameses, his great conquests, 174
Ramsay, Allan, portrait painter, 115
Ratios of colours, 300
Ravdon of the Greeks, 214
Rawlinson, Major, his talent, 176
Re Atmoo had chosen gifts, 219
Reale, Rev. J. B. cutting, recorded, 5

on fossils, 29

observed at Stone, 252
Record Commission strangled, 100
Rectory of Ilartwell, 10, 87
Reduction of Epps's observations, 253
Rees's Cyclopedia questioned, 30
Refreshing fees, list of, 79
Registry of weather improved, 19
Rembrandt deserves the first place, 112
Remission of sins by prayer, 95
Removal to Cardiff of Capt. W. H. Smyth, 243
Renouard, Rev. G. C. learned orientalist, 128
Repton, a horticultural plotter, 39
Retrograde motion of y Virginis, 340
Revenue of Egypt forced, 191
Revolving roofs, hy Charles May, 241
Reynolds's portrait of Prince of Wales, 71

portraits, 116

Rheims, Archbishop of, 396
Rider's popular almanac, 66
Rivers, Earl, chapel, 95
Robert de Luton, 55
Roberts a good cabinet maker, 147
Robinson, mathematical instrument maker, 332
Roma, a seated figure, 151
Roman large brass, 148

ancient coins, 235
Rood gardens, at Hartwell, 23
Rooks, their habits, 36
Rosetta stone brought to England, 155
Rosière de Hartwell, 394
Rosse, Lord, promised to observe y Virginis, 335
Rossoni, Signor, at Benghazi, 165
Roy, General, his data for Aylesbury, 251

Royal Family,” privateers, 76
Royal family of France, 110

at Hartwell, 374

suite of Louis XVIII. 391
Royal roads still seductive, 345
Royal Secretary of the Treasury at Thebes, 217
Royal Sovereign yacht, 392
Ruppell, high opinion of, 369
Rural economy, 30
Russell, Admiral, received Louis XVIII. 384

Sceptre, its origin, 214
Scholars, their number, 9
School-house, its site, 9
Science occupies the middle window, 136
Screw for equalizing roof balls, 242
Sculpture of a traveller, 193
Sea-fight, a wood-cut, 75
Seal, Hart and well within a paling, 4

of Alice de Luton, 49
Secretary's office, 109
Sections of the strata, 22
Sedgwick on the plesiosaurus, 143
Sedrup, hamlet of, 8
Selden's MSS. in the Bodleian, 210
Serpentine Green, near Yaxley, 5
Sessions held at Newport Paynel, 50
Sestini on sidereal colours, 291-298
Sestini's letter to Capt. Smyth, 292

on vibrations of colours, 300
Shakespeare on Suckling's portrait, 118

quoted on adversity, 374
Sharpe's Egyptian inscriptions, 220
Sheepshanks, his equatorial clock, 247
Shekels of early history, 146
Shepherd's bower, 42
Ships firing, a wood-cut, 75
Shirreff, Admiral, his mother, 136
Shortland, Captain, on Pompey's pillar, 374
Shoshannim, musician upon, 182
Shovell, Sir Clow. alluded to, 358
Shrewsbury, field of battle, 83
Sick and wounded, orders respecting, 359
Silver vase presented to Sir G. Lee, 75
Silver and gold captured, 78
Sisson's equatorial sector, 244
Site for Infirmary bought by Dr. Lee, 91:
Six's thermometer, 18
Skeletons presented by Dr. Witt, 141
Skelton alludes to evergreens, 36
Slaughter, Captain, 386
Smantennofre, an Egyptian lady, 218
Smith, Rev. Richard, 7
Smith's geological map, 20
Smoff with a jackall's head, 168

Sabacotph, elaborate dress, 210
Sage of lartwell, Louis XVIII. 380, 391
St. Leonard's Hill, poem on, 85
St. Paul's Epistles, 164
Salt, Consul-General in Egypt, 183

his collection, 218

sale of his museum, 200
Samaritan characters, 146
Sand, ferruginous, 23

white, near Stone, 23
Sandstone, 21
Sandys, Elizabeth, wife of Sir T. Lee, 81
Savage, Archbishop, and his family, 95
Savary first gave orbit of double star, 285
Saxby, this name has passed away, 85
Scarabei, very numerous, 163
Scenery, romantic, 38

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