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Abbott's Ilill Paper Mills, 332
Abele trees, wood-cut, 34
Abercorn Arms at Stanmore, 392
Abraxas explained, 164
a Centauri, its distance, 284

the best known star, 300
Acknal-way near Hartwell, 4
Act for inclosing land, 31
Acts for inclosing, 7
Adams, Mr. J. C. undertakes y Virginis, 340
Adams

goes

back to 1718, 341
Admiralty, Lords of the, 79

Orders in 1690, 358
Advowson presented to Royal Astronomical Society, 11
Ælurus or cat, mummied, 215
Aërolite from the Cape, 141
Agathodemon, the serpent, 166
Agriculture described, 29
Agrippa, Admiral, 149
Airy, Rev. W., on Cold Harbours, 4
Akehurst, Mr., aided in the merid. line, 250
Akerman, Mr. J. Y., 6
Albania, birth-place of Mehemet, 187
Albemarle, Duke of, lent a ship, 359
Alcaire, old name of Cairo, 200
Alexander Hampden, 58
Alexandria, its longitude, 369
Alfieri quoted on truth, 79
Alignments by Bradley and Pound, 339
All nature is but art unknown, 355
Allowance of 20,0001., 391
Alwin held this manor, 46
Alwyn possessed Hartwell, 44
Amazonis, sive Heroina, 151

Ammon or Amun, god, 160
Ammonite, sign of the Bugle, 23

figured, 24

its growth, 27
Ammonites biplex, 29

type of Hartwell, 142
Amset with human head, 168
Amulet with lion's head, 167
Amun Ra, the good god, 220
Amunti, or four genii, 167
Anarchy of France, described, 389
Andropogon contortum, 18
Angles from Pompey's pillar, 197
Animal kingdom, specimens, 140
Anson, Lord, his prize, 74
Antoninus Pius, engraved, 152
Anubis with the dog's head, 168
Apartments of Hartwell Ilouse, 105
Apes, worshipped, 159
Apocatastatis, 210
APPENDIX, 357
Arable land at Hartwell, 52
Arago, on sidereal colours, 303

polarizing experiment, 347
Archbishop attending the Queen, 380
ARCHÆOLOGY, 4
Architecture of Hartwell Church, 12
Ariston men udor, 222
Army, Egyptian, amount of, 191
Arrow-heads like those at Marathon, 212
Artist who tore up his sketches, 310
Ascent of Pompey's pillar, 196
Ashridge, its Cold Harbour, 5
Astacus crab, 29

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Astarte Hartwelliana, 28
Astronomer Royal for Scotland, his illustrations, iii.
Astronomical Society presented with a living, 11

branch of the library, 124
means increased, 238

Society, 238
Astronomy connected with Religion, 185
“ As You Like It" on adversity, 374
Aubrey's MS. quoted, 1
August has frequent gales, 17
Augusta, Princess of Wales, 71
Aulus Gellius, his Noctes Atticæ, 122
Autograph of the author, iv.
Autumn described, 17
Avenue, old and new, 40
Aylesbury, History of, 1

ancient British post, 6
men sharp, 32
Railway, 33
Infirmary, vignette, 91
a point of the Survey, 250

Observatory of Mr. Dell, 252
Azores or Western Islands, 76

Beaufoy, Colonel, his Cycle, 223

his journeyman, 247
Bedford, temperature compared, 18

Plesiosaurus, 143
revolving roof, 242

Cycle quoted, 286
Bedoweens become agriculturists, 188
Beechey admired Egyptian painting, 184
Beetle, the Sacred, 163
Belzoni accompanied Beechey, 184

quoted, 219
Benevolent Society of Stone, 8
Beresford, Marshal, 386
Berri, unfortunate Duke of, 387
Beryfield, valuable pasture, 2
Bevan of Leighton, 228
Bibliotheca Phillippica, 359
Billiard, now breakfast room, 106
Binbashee, a youth, 187
Biography of Mehemet Ali, 187
Birch, Mr., suggested hieroglyphics, 156

quoted, 219
Bishop, Mr., his telescope, 244
Bishopstone, hamlet of, 9

derived from Bishop Odo, 14
pit, 20

wells not deep, 22
Bitnam, derivation of, 102
Bittenham, Byght-ham, 4
Bivalves, numerous, 28
Bizitûn, interpreted by Rawlinson, 176
Black, Mr. W. II., arranging documents, 100
Blake, Mr. W., admirable Secretary, 109

aided in meridian line, 250
Bledlow ridge, 6

end of meridian line, 249
Board of Direction, 33
Bodleian Library, its MSS., 11
Bonnets, small English, 388
Bonomi quoted on hieroglyphics, 156

on head-dresses, 179
his drawings, 212

quoted, 214, 217
Books given to scholars, 10

Babylonian cylinders, 136
Baieux, Bishop of, had land at Stone, 46
Balsamo, Abbate, sent to England, 31
Banks, Sir Joseph, breakfasts, 84
Barancelli of Sardinia, 9
Barclay, his telescope examined, 245
Barge's crew of the Majestic, 384
Barker, C. F., gave a negro idol, 206

collection, 1833, 208

his sale, 1833, 217
Barometer by Barrow, 353
Barometric monthly range, 16
Barrington quotes Lord Bathurst, 39
Barton, his clock, 224
Bas-relief from Athens, 138
Base of Pompey's pillar, 373
Beachampton, Rectory of, 87
Bear, muzzled, crest of the Lees, 98
Beatrice de Luton, 53
Beauchamp's Life of Louis XVIII., 375, 388

Bottom-rock, or Portland, 21
Bourbons at Hartwell, 374

their improved prospects, 391
Bowling green, 12
Bowling greens great favourites, 103
B. P. contraction of Buonaparte, 378
Braciatrices fined, 51
Bradley's noted observation of 1718, 330

omitted for y Virginis, 333
Braided tresses of the Egyptians, 181
Branch Railway, 1839, 33
Brass of Perkin a Legh, 94
Breakfast, muffin toasting, 84
Bréan, Abbé, favourite of the Queen, 381
Brereton guilty of excess of ardour, 99
Brick from Babylon, 140
Brick-kiln near Hartwell, 22
Bridgewater Treatise, 26
Britain, its ancient type, 150
Britannia attired in trousers, 151
Bronze ichneumon, 204
Brouchos of the Septuagint, 164
Brown ferruginous sand, 23
Brown, Capability, 39
Brown, Robert, on fossil tree, 144
Browne, Sir Thomas, quoted, 209
Brudenell, old surveyors, 83
Brunonian guise of garden, 42

style of garden, 82
Bubastis, colossal figures, 215
Buckingham, Duke of, received Louis XVIII., 378
Buckinghamshire Infirmary, 91
Buckland's Bridgewater Treatise, 27

on the Plesiosaurus, 143
Bugle Inn, at Hartwell, 22
Bunsen, Chev. his work on Egypt, 213
Burnet, Bishop, prejudiced, 357
Burrow, Sir James, 64
Butter, its produce per cow, 30
Bwch, buc, bucca, cervus, 3
Byron, description of nautilus, 26

on Louis le Désiré, 377

Cadiz, Duc d'Orleans expelled from, 379
Cagliari Cathedral, crypt, 382
Cairo, called also Alcaire, 200
Calais, arrival of Louis XVIII., 393
Calignon, Dr. wrong in opinion, 380
Cambyses' invasion of Egypt, 173

took 2500 statues and pictures, 370
Camden quoted, 1

on Aylesburgh, 5
Cameos, collection of casts, 144
Campani of Rome, 226
Campden Hill Journal, 299
Canal, new, in Egypt, 189
Carbery, autograph of, 360
('arboniferous group, nautilus, 25
Card-board sectors of projection, 330
Cardiff dock materials, 144
Cardium striatulum, 28
Caroline, Queen of George II., 115
Carrington, Esq. Chairman, 33
Carucate of land, Norman, 47
Casts of gems, 144
Castes among the Egyptians, 157
Castor found to move by Herschel I., 285
('ats honoured in Egypt, 216
('attieuchlani, British tribe, 4
Caylus on Egyptian head-dresses, 181
('elestial Cycle quoted, 231
Censura Literaria vainly searched, 120
Census disliked, 189
Cephrenes, Pyramid of, 185
Chalgrave's tenement in Hampden, 19
Chamberlain, held land in Herdewelle, 46
Champollion the younger, 156

on Egyptian portraits, 183
Chandos, Duke of, satirized by Pope, 104
Chantrey admired No. 3073, 138
Chapel, now dismantled, 109
Character of Mehemet Ali, 188
Charities of Stone and Hartwell, 8
Charnock quoted, 358
Cheshire, source of the Leghs or Lees, 93
Chesney, Colonel, of Euphrates Expedition, 224
Chiaro-oscuro paintings, drawing-room, 107

(abandonga, Anson's prize, 74

Children, twenty-four, 59
Chiltern Hille, site of Hampden, 57

Hills, 1, 31

Hundreds, 2
Chilterns affect the atmosphere, 15
Chinese joncks have an eye, 209
(holera, its ravages, 32
Choristers of Pharoah's daughter, 182
CHOROGRAPHY, 1
Christ Church, Oxford, 27
Christian era, its date, 213
Chronometers, their importance, 369
Church, original, described, 11

built by Sir T. Lee, 82
Church-Furlong, at Bishopstone, 20
Circles and other instruments, 225
Civilization, its effects on scenery, 38

of ancient Egypt, 177
Clarence, Duke of, 393
Classification of comets, 347
Clay and stone, 21
Cleopatra's Baths attended to, 191

Needle valued, 195
Clifden, P. of Wales's letter, 67
CLIMATURE, 14
Clothes given to scholars, 10
Coats of the Lees, 98
('obb, Mr. J. an accurate engraver, 137
Cobham, Lord, his letter, 81
('offin of Smantennofre, 218
Coins, series of ancient, 145
('old Aston, near Stone, 4

Comfort, near Hartwell, 4

Harbour, frequent name, 4
Colignon, Dr., died at Hartwell, 391
Colossal basalt statues, 215
Colours in Egyptian paintings, 183

of double stars, 291
their ratios, 300

of y Virginis, 321
Coluber, origin of Cold Harbour, 5
Columella quoted on agriculture, 31
Colworth, seat of Dr. Lee, 37

in Bedfordshire, 89

Colworth library, duplicates from, 123
Cometary conditions, 347

tails not suddenly formed, 350
Comètes sont des vents de l'espace, 345
Comets, very attenuated, 343

how to estimate their magnitude, 348

condense at perihelion, 349
Committee of Management of Infirmary, 91
Commodus Antoninus, 152
Comparison of Epps's transits, 254
Comptons succeeded by Lees, 61
Concluding lines on the French, 396
('oncord, Temple of, 236
Condé, Prince and Princess of, 380
Conic sections required in sidereal orbits, 329
Contents, table of, v.
Cook, Lady Mary, 68
Coptic Dictionary, by Tattam, 206
Correspondence Astron. quoted, 369
Cossacks at Paris, 392
Coster, Mr. brings Thothmes, 213
Cottages, all comfortable, 8
Cotton cultivated in Egypt, 189
County Infirmary, at Aylesbury, 90
Court garden, Hartwell, 34
Covenant of the parishes, 9
Crab's claw in an ammonite, 26
Crayons a favourite style, 116
Crest, Hartwell within a paling, 4
Crestow, lordship of, 2
Crocodiles mummied, 205
Croke, Sir George, 62

Sir A. toasting muffins, 84
Cromwell died during a storm, 381
Crook, Rev. Alex. held Ilartwell, 11
Crown hundreds, 2
“ Crowne of Lawrell," 36
Crusade of Edward I., 10
Crypt of Hartwell Church, 13
Curley, the able Professor, Georgetown, 292
Custumars, and coterells, 53
Cutting through Eythorpe mound, 5
Cyane produces the papyrus, 201
Cycle quoted on disagreement of colours, 298
Cycle quoted, y Virginis, 312
-- quoted on telescope mounting, 337
Cyperus Papyrus in Sicily, 201
Cyrene, now Grennah, 165

D'Angoulême, Duc, 386

Duchesse, 388
Daniell engraved the papyrus, 202

- F. J. on meteorology, 351
Daru, his translation of Horace, 377
D'Artois, the Count, met Louis XVIII. 381
D'Avary, the friend of Louis XVIII. 375
Davies, Sir John, 63
Dawes, an adept in observing, 244

observation of y Virginis in 1817, 328, 329
letter on y Virginis, 336

epoch of 1851 for y Virginis, 312
Dean of Westminster, 27
Dean and Chapter of Oxford, 58
DE HErTwELLES AND LUTONS, 47
De la Beche, Sir Ilenry, 24

on the ammonite, 25
De la Chapelle, Count, died, 391
De Lille, Countess, 385
Dell, Mr. T. of Walton, 227

his observatory at Aylesbury, 252
Della-Cella, Signor, 165
De Luton, Alice, held Hartwell, 48

Sir William, 52
D'Enghien, Duc, his murder, 376
Departure of Louis XVIII. 392
De Vernon held land in Hartwell, 46
De Vico on sidereal colours, 291
Demosthenes clypeo suo literis . . 122
Denuding effect of water, 20
Descent of the Lee family, 93
Descriptive numismatic catalogue, 148
Despotism in Egypt, 190
Details of Equatorial Tower, 240
Devonian period ammonite, 25
Diamond, Dr. on pottery, 6
Diana of Mizraim, Bubastis, 215
Dickinson, Mr. J. excellent paper, 332
Dietary at the Infirmary, 92

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Difficulties in sidereal colours, 308
Dillon, Lord, of Quarrendon, 61
Dining-room, its paintings, 107
Dinner invitation from Prince of Wales, 70
Dinton Church, 59
Diodorus Siculus on Egypt, 221
Diseases, prevalent, 14
Dispatch, coach so called, 33
Distribution of the Homestead, 33
Ditchley, residence of Lord Litchfield, 81
Division of time in Mizraim, 185

of labour for telescopes, 311
Documents in muniment-room, 100
Dodsley on honour and oblivion, 357
Dog, type of fidelity, 60
Dollond's objection to the object glass, 242
Domesday-book, 45
Don Quixote painted in fresco, 40
D'Orleans expelled from Cadiz, 379
DOUBLE STARS MEASURED BY CAPT. SMYTH, 284

Hartwell Catalogue, 287—290
Douglas, Admiral, received by Louis XVIII. 384
Douw, Gerard, 113
Drake, Margaret, wife of Sir W. Lee, 116
Drawing-room detailed, 107
Drawing of Encke's comet, 351
Drayton, Michael, 2

Panegyric, 30
Drovetti, Mons. French Consul, 157
Ducks of Aylesbury, 1
Dundas, Capt. deciphered Pompey's pillar, 370
Dunkirk, 386
Dunton, eight miles from Bishopstone, 21

rich in fossils, 22
Dutch taste of gardening, 39
Dyke, Philadelphia, by Reynolds, 116

Earth as seen from the Moon, 355
Eclipses of Jupiter's satellites, 372
Edward I. aided by Hartwell, 10

inquisition on Hartwell, 48
Edward III. 54
“Egalité était meilleur que son fils,” 378
Egypt high in art, 221

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