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Conversion of St. Paul, 15

Flesh-Ay, lx
Corn-weevil, xxvi

Flowers, lines on, 174, 204
Corpus Christi, 131

Fools, order of, 315-319
Country, pleasures of the, 273, 274 Forest-fly, Ixi
Cowslip, illustration of, 112 note Fox, C. J. 107;
Crane-flies, lix

Freezing-water, force of, 27
Cricket, field, xxxiv

Frog-hopper, xxxiv
house, xxxii

Frost-well, 35
- mole, xxxii

Frost, effects of, 25-27
Cromwell, Oliver, 131

Fruits and seeds, 309
Cross of the South, 257-lines on, Fucus, sensitive, 281
258

Fungi, 302, 331
Cross-bill,appearance of in England, Gad flies, lix
307

Gall insects, 1, li
Crucifixion, represented, 68 Garrick, saying of, 262
Cruelty to Brutes, lines on, 40

-, Mrs. 287
Cuckoo and Nightingale, oontention Geese, of what repute in France,

between, 148-lines on, ib. 262-livers made into pies, ib.
Daw, 52

Gemini described, 325
Day-flies, 1

George the Fourth and a' that, 227
Death-watch, xxiy

Glow-worm, xxix-lines on, ib.,
Death, lines on, 219

247, note
December, explained, 251

Goatchafer, musk, xxviii
Dermestes, bacon, xxiii

Good Friday, 66-penance on, at
Dial among flowers, 217

Rome, ib.-ceremonies at Jeru.'
Dodd, R. 90

salem, 67-sonnet on, 68
Dog-days, 187

Gossamer webs, Ixiji
Domestic happiness, a poem, 333 Gower, John, 287
Ear-wig, xxix-best mode of de Grapes, abundance of in 1822,
stroying, xxx use

278—in France, 279
Easter Day, 69_ceremonies at Je-l Grass-hopper, xxxiv-lines on, 179
rusalem, 71-735?

Hair-worm, clay, 85
. Evé, 69 ceremonies at Je- | Hallowe'en, 313
rusalem, ib. at Dresden, 70 | Hansard, Luke, see Parliamentary

- hymns, sung in the Rus- Reports
sian church, 71 to

Harebell, lines on, 113
- Monday, 74—Tuesday, 89 Harvest-home in Scotland, 243-in
Eclipse of the Sun in 1820, lines Italy, ib..
on, 195, 196

Harvest-bug, lxv, 247
Edinburgh, shoemakers' festival at, Harvest-mouse, 246
289

Hawkmoth, death's head, xlv-
Edmund, king and martyr, 320 eyed, xliv-privet, ib.
Edward, king of the West Saxons, Hawthorn, lines on, 151
60

Heard, Sir Isaac, 93
Ember days, 43, 129, 261

Heart's-ease, lines on, 32
Emperor, purple, xliii

Hedge sparrow, 54-lines on, ib.
Entomology, study of, important to | Hemans, Mrs. 258
youth, lxx, Ixxi

Herschel, Sir Wm. 231
British, 'select books

Hessian-Ay, la
on, lxxii.

Holy Cross, 256

Thursday, 126
February, explained, 35

Homilies, first book of, 230
Festa di Cattedra, 11

Horne, Rev. T. H. 129
Flea, Ixv .

Hyades, 300

Epiphany, 4

May-fools, 89

Hymn, by Mr. Milman, 188 May, cross of, 191, note
Hypochondriac, best air for, 272 May-day, 117-119
Ice, cargoes of, brought from Nor-

with the Muses, 145, note
way, 24, 25
Ichneumon, lü

Midlent Sunday, 56
Inchbald, Mrs. 217

Midsummer Day, 163-165
Innocents' Day, 339

Mite, in cheese, Ixv
INSECTS, created with design, xvii Mole-cricket, xxxii

--the cause of blights, xviii, zix Monasteries, dissolution of, 156
-myriads of, devoured by birds, three sonnets on, 157, 158
xix-wonderful instinct of, ib. Monk fishing, lines on, 213 .
metamorphoses of, ib., xx-their | Moths, xlvii.
transient life, 119, 'note-lan- | Moth, clothes, xlviii
guage of, lxvii-their torpidity, lines on, xlix
Ixis

- brown tail, xlix
Insects, British, select books on, seratella, xlix
Ixxií

Music, sonnet to, 321
INTRODUCTION, xvii-lxxii

Name of Jesus, 218
Invention of the Cross, 119 Nativity of B. V. M. 255 ."
Ivy-tree, minstrel of, 33

NATURALIST's Diary for January
January, explained, 1

1823, 23-February, 49– March,
Jay, habits of, 177

81-April, 102-May, 141-
Jesus, name of, 218

June, 174-July, 2014 August,
July, explained, 186

241-September, 272-October,
King Charles I, martyr, 16

301-November, 329-.-Decem-
Charles II, restored, 131 ber, 349

George IV born, 222-acces- New Year's Day, 1-4-in Paris, 4
sion, 16--proclaimed, ib.--crown. Nicomede, 155
ed, 188--landed in Scotland, 227- Nightingale, lines on, 105-107-
250

a merry bird, 106, 107-and
- William landed, 314

Cuckoo, contention between,
Lady Day, 63

148-lines on, ib.
Lady-bird, xxvii-its uses, 248— November, explained, 251
lines on, ib.

Nut weevil, xxvii
Lammas Day, 217

Oak, lines on, 151
Language of insects, lxvii October, explained, 256
Lark, lines on, 83

- lines on, 311
Leaf, reflections on the fall of, 301 Olives, Mount of, described, 126
Leo described, 345

0. Michaelmas-day, 286
Lice, lxiv—wood lice, lxvi

0. Mart. 321
Lilies, sonnet to, 177

Oniscus aquaticus, lxvi
Lily, water, 215

- entomon, Ixvi
Lily, white, scarcity of, 176 | Oratory, inscription for, 216
London burnt, 252

O Sapientia, 336
London:lerry, Marquess of, 222 Outlaw of Taurus, 124 -
Longest Day, 161

Oysters, fête of, 190
Lord Mayor's Day, 315

Palm Sunday, eve of, 60
Love, season of, 88

- 62-ceremonies at
Low Sunday, 90

Jerusalem, ib.
March, explained, 55-poetically Pancakes, 39
described, 81

Parliamentary Reports, 128
Mary Magdalen, 190

Partridge, affection for its young,
Maundy Thursday, 66

276
May, explained, 117--lines on, 142. Passion Sunday, 60
144, 150

Perry, James, 335

Pilchard-fishery, described, 208-210 | Catherine, 232
Pilgrims, who visited Jerusalem in Cecilia, 320

1820, number of, 73—their en- Chad, 56
campment described, ib.

Clement, 321
Pleiades, 300, 301

Crispin, 288
Plough Monday, 10

Cyprian, 261
Poppy, lines on, 175, note

David, 56
Powder plot, 314

Denys, 286
Preston-Guild, 252

Dunstan, 129
Primrose, lines on, 42, 84 Etheldreda, 288
Psyche, explained, xlvi

Eunerchus, 255
Purification of B. V. M. 36

Fabian, 12
Quadrant, portable astronomical, 97 Faith, 284
Quinquagesima, 58

George, 90
Rainbow, lines on, 215

Giles, 251
Red-breast described, 28, 30-re. | Gregory, 59

flections on, 275-lines on, 30, Hilary, 9
33

Hugh, 319
Reid, Dr. John, 186

James, 190
REMARKABLE Days in January James the Less, 119

1823, 1 ; February, 35; March, Jerome, 263
56; April, 89; May, 117 ; June, I John Baptist, 163, 234
155; July, 186 ; August, 217;| John Evangelist, 121, 339
Septeniber, 251 ; October, 283; | Jude, 289

November, 313, December, 335 | Lambert, 260
Rent, new mode of paying, 164 Lawrence, 220
Reticule, or cross wires, 78

Leonard, 314
Rich, C. J. 283

Lucian, 9
Richard, Bp. 89

Lucy, 356
Rogation Sunday, 121

Luke, 288
Rois de la Feve, 5

Margaret, 188
Rooks, 52

Mark, 91
Rose, lines on, 174, 175, 206 Martin, 187, 315
Rose-bud, lines on, 153

Matthew, 261
Rose-chofer, xxiii

Matthias, 43
Rose Sunday, 56

Michael, 261
Rouen Cathedral, 259

Nicholas, 335

Patrick, 60
Saints.

Paul, conversion of, 15
Agatha, 37

Perpetua, 56
Agnes, 12

Peter, 165
Alban, 159

Philip, 119
Alphege, 90

Prisca, 11
Ambrose, 90

Remigius, 283
Andrew, 322

Silvester, 340
Anne, 191

Simon, 289
Anthony, 10

Stephen, 339
Augustine, 234

Swithin, 187
Austin, 130

Thomas, 336
Barnabas, 158

Valentine, 41
Bartholomew, 230
Benedict, 60

Sand wasp, liii
Blase, 31

Saw-fly, li
Boniface, 156

Sea-dock, bloody; 280 .
Britius, 319

Sea-nettle, 281

Sea-side ramble, 280-lines on, 282 | Time, lines on, 161
Seasons, a hymn, by R. Ryan, 353 | Tinea pomona, xlii
Seeds, remarks on, 309

Tit-mouse, see
Sensitive plant, lines on, 204 Tom-tits, 105
September morning, lines on, 272 Tom-tit, blue, 50
- explained, 251

--- long-tailed, 330
Septuagesima, 15

Torpidity of insects, Ixix
Sewell, Dr. Geo. 16

Transit instrument described, 146
Sexagesima, 37

Transfiguration, 217
Sheep, lines on a flock of, 110 Translation of Edward, K. of the
Sheep-shearing in Spain, 180

West-Saxons, 160
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 218-speci-

of Edward the Confes-
mens of his poetry, 204, 219, 250 sor, 286
Shortest Day, 336

of St. Martin, 187
Shrove Tuesday, 39

Travelling, pleasures of, 250
Sicard, Abbé, 128

Tree-lice, xxx
Silphe, xxv

Trinity Sunday, 129
Skeleton, lines on, 289

Tulips, lines on, 154
Smith, Wm. 255

Twelfth Day, 5, 6
Souling explained, 314

Ursa major, 268-minor, 270
Sparrow, common, increase of, 203 Valentines, specimens of, 41, 42
Spiders, nests of, lxii - affection Vintage at Como, lines on, 311
for their young, Ixiii

Violet, lines on, 86, 111
Spider, house, Ixii

Virgin Mary, sonnet to, 186
Spider-flies, lxi

Virgo described, 347
Sphynges, xliv remarks on the Visitation of B. V.M. 186
changes of, xlvi, xlvii

Volcano in the sea, 36
Spring, remarks on, 102, 142-144 Wall-flower, sonnet to, S3

lines on, 81, 82, 143, 144 Walnuts, anecdotes respecting, 279,
- , Swedish, 103

280
Sponges, 281

Wasp, liv
Stag-beetle, xxiii

Water, value of, in Egypt, 211
Starry heavens, reflections on, 197, Water fowl, lines to, 115
238, 266, 294, 325, 345

Water-lily, 215
Steam coachés, 249, note

Water-flea, lxv
Stirbirch fair, 261

Waterloo, lines on, 159
Storm at sea, lines on, 352

Weevils, xxvi-xxviii
Stormy night, lines on, 332

Wheat-fly, lix
Summer evening church-yard in Whit Sunday, 129–Monday, ib.

Gloucestershire, lines on, 251 Winds, lines to, 277, 332
- , reflections on, 241-morn- | Winter, in Russia, 26-in Canada,

ing, 201, 202
- in S. America, lines on, 207 --of 1821, 24, 350
Sun-flower, lines on, 245

of 1761, 352
Sun-rise, lines on, 202

- , reflections on, 349-lines
Swallow, migration of, 303

on, 23, 49
Taurus, described, 297

Wood-beetle, bronze, xxiii
Taylor, Dr. R. 38

Wood-lice, lxvi
Telescope, astronomical, 46

Worms devour insects, xxxvii
Termes pulsatorium, Ixi

Year, memorable, 340-reflections
Thirst, dreadful, 211

on the close of, 353
Time, ode to, ix-xy - lines on a Zodiacal signs, 294-301, 325-$29,
statue of, 336

345-349.
Time and rivers compared, 216

ib.

In the Frontispiece, the Seven Orders of Linnæus contribute each a representative, to be found among our British Insects; these are disposed either on or about a branch of the common bind-weed, and are as follow:Fig. 1. Bronze Wood-beetle. Fig. 5. Golden Chrysis. 2. The Grasshopper

6. Yellow-striped Tipula. 3. Mazarine-blue Butterfly. 7. Common House-spider. 4. Slender-bodied Dragon-fly. I

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