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Aberhafesp, Owen.

Albany, John of, Blanchet.

Allen (Ralph), King.

Altarnon (Cornwall), Malan.
Animals (symbolic), André.

Anthropology, Irish, Frazer; see Folk-

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Ballyknock (Cork), Barry.

Barholm (Linc.), Irvine.
Barnard Castle, Phillips.
Barnscar (Cumberland), Dymond.
Barri family, Duckett.

Barrington (Som.), Batten, Helyar.
Barsham, East (Norfolk), Martin.
Barton (I.W.), Kirby.
Bath (Som.), Church, Green.
Battersea (Surrey), Browning.
Battles, Holme, Leadman.
Beads (Glass), Hassé.

Beanley Moor (Northumb.), Hardy (J.).
Beckery (Somersetshire), Morland.
Beddington (Surrey), Bax.

Bedfordshire, see Elstow, Kempston.
Bells, Doherty.

Benefactions of Dean Heywood to Lich-
field, Cox (J. C.).

Berkeley (Lord, 1556), Peacock.

Berkeley family, Bagnall-Oakeley.
Berkshire, Dasent (A. J.), Greenwell,
Thoyts; see also Hurley, Shefford,
Speen, Swallowfield, Wallingford.
Berlin, Ely.

Berrick (Oxon), Field.

Berwickshire churches, Ferguson (J.).
Bewcastle (Cumberland), Calverley, Fer-

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Billie Mire, Stuart.

Binchester (Durham), Haverfield, Hoop-


Blandford (Dorsetshire), Payne.
Blymhill (Staffs), Bridgeman.

Boxley (Kent), Cave-Browne.
Bramante, School of, Geymüller.
Bramham Moor (Yorks), Leadman.
Brampton (Hunts), Middleton.
Branton (Northumb.), Hodgson.
Brendan (St.), Olden.

Bristol (Glouc.), Barker, Bramble, Ellis,
Hope, Kershaw, Latimer, Maclean,
Norris, Taylor.

Bromfield (Northumb.), Calverley.
Broxbourne, Tarte.

Bruton (Somersets.), Hobhouse.

Buckinghamshire, Cocks.

Buckler's Hard (Hants), Godwin.

Budleigh, East (Devonshire), Brushfield.
Burghead, Mac Donald.

Butter (Bog), Frazer.

Caerwys, Owen.

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Eastbourne (Sussex), Michell-Whitley.
Ecclesiastical Antiquities, Allen, Bower,

Browne (G. F.), Cooper, Cripps,
Dasent, Doherty, Duckett, Freshfield,
Goddard, Henderson, Hope, Jour-
dain, Lee, Legg, Maddison, Middle-
ton, Morris, Nightingale, Robinson,
Simpson, Tarver, Wordsworth.
Eddystone Lighthouse, Woodhouse.
Edinburgh, Hodgkin.

Edward IV., Fortnum.

Elizabeth (Queen), Scharf.

Elland (Yorks), Baildon.

Elstow (Beds), Clarkson.
Elwyndale, Freer.
Ely, Wood.
Embroidery, Franks.

Essex, see Shenfield, Tiptofts.
Evyngar (Andrew), Oliver.
Ewloe (Flint), Davies-Cooke,

Failand, Hudd.
Falmouth, Norway.
Ferney Castles, Stuart.

Ferrar (N.), Acland-Troyte.

Feuds (local), Baildon.

Finns, Abercromby.

Flint, Shrubsole.

Flintshire, see Ewloe, Flint.

FOLKLORE, Abercromby, Balfour, Bourke,
Budge, Dixon, Frazer, Gaster,

Gomme, Gregor, Hartland, Jacobs,
Jevons, MacDonald, Maxwell, Nutt
Ordish, Owen, Rhys, St. John, Sibree,
Tuer, Wood.

Fonblanque (E. B. de), Clark (G. T.).
Forester family, Bridgeman.

Forests, Fretton, Hobhouse, Yeatman.
Franchville (I.W.), Estcourt.

Galicia, Haverfield.

Games, Cowper, Higgins.

Gargrave (Sir C.), Cartwright.
Gedney (Linc.), Foster, Hope.
Gems, Middleton.

Batten, "C.," Clark, Kerry, Langdale,
Lewis, Northumberland, Oliver,
Phillips, Rye, Stephenson, Waller.

George (St.), Budge.

Germany, Cosson; see Saalburg.
Gidding, Little (Hunts), Acland-Troyte.
Glasgow, Eyre.

Glastonbury (Som.), Bulleid, Church,

Clark (J.), Clothier, Grant, Hope.
Glewias (Corn.), Enys.

Gloucestershire, Davis, Taylor; see also
Bristol, Cirencester, Langley,
Spoonley Wood, Tewkesbury.
Goodacre family, Goodacre.

Goodwin (Harvey), Bishop of Carlisle

Gower, Watkins.

Grail, the, Gaster,

Grammar Schools, Stevens, Tregellas.

Greenstead, West, (Sussex), André.
Greenwich (Kent), Dillon.

Greystoke (Cumberland), Lees.

Guildford (Surrey), Stevens, Waller.

Guilds or Companies, Embleton, Hibbert.
Gundreda, Countess of Warenne, Duckett.

Hallaton (Leic.), Bellairs.

Hammond, map by, Clark (J. W.).
Hampshire, Edwards, Shore; see also
Barton (I.W.), Buckler's Hard,
Lockerby, Monk's Sherborne, New,
town (I.W.), Romsey, Silchester,
Southampton, Westmeon.

Hanmer, Lee.

Hardknott (Cumberland), Cowper.
Harpswell (Linc.), Howlett.

Hastings (Sussex), Gattie.

Hauxton (Cambs), Hughes.

Hawick (Scotland), Hardy.

Heathfield (Yorks), Leadman.
Helen (St.), Peacock.
Henry VI., Peacock,

HERALDRY, Birch, C.," Cowper, Ely,

Ferguson, Howard, Maddison, Paul.
Herefordshire, Watkins; see Lingebrook.
Heresy, documents relating to, Boughton.
Heron (Sir N.), Burke.

Heron (William), Stephenson.

Herts, see Broxbourne, Hitchin, Mackery
End, St. Albans, Someries, Wheat-
hampstead, Youngsbury.
Hexham (Northumb.), Cripps.
Heywood (Thomas), Cox (J. C.).
Hitchin (Herts), Clarkson, Latchmore.
Holy Island (Northumb.), Crossman.
Howard (Lady), Smith.

Howard (Lady), of Fitzford, Radford.
Howard (R. L.), Fowler.

Howden (Yorks), Fairbank.

Howdenshire (Yorks), Hutchinson.
Hunsbury, Read,

Hunter (Christopher), Boyle.

Huntingdonshire, see Brampton, Gidding,


Hurley (Berks), Wethered.

Iffley (Oxon), Drinkwater.
Ilchester (Som.), Hope.

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