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Woolley (F. C. S.) on abbreviated place-names, 94
Wooton registers, co. Beds, notice of Holland, 186
Word formation, arbitrary or conventional, 216
Words passing from one language to another, 90, 136,
336, 417, 488; changes produced by local dialects,
197, 336
Wordsworth (William), "The Excursion" burlesqued,
9; epitaph on Mrs. Quillénan, 10; allusion to witty
rhymes, ib.; and Hogg, 9, 157; and Mary of
Buttermere, 47, 114, 175

Works, New, suggested by authors, 385, 496
W. (R.) on "Put up with it," 388

Wren (Sir Christopher) and Freemasonry, 280
W. (W.) on Adam meaning north, south, &c., 76
W. (W. T.) on the bairn's piece, 512

"John Jasper's Secret," 526

Wyat, Wyatt, and Wood families, 108, 155, 254
Wyatt or Wyat family, 87

Wych, Hall, and Salt-works, 183, 249, 309
Wycherly (William) and Burns, 31, 158
Wyclif (Robert de), enrolment, 52, 178
Wylie (C.) on Anecdote Lives," 365
Drury House, 75

64

Drury Lane, "Private house" in, 35

Frye (Thos.), engravings, 17
Illustrations, 444

Leicester Square statue, 91
Maynwaring (Arthur), 418

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X. on Shropshire wills, 328

Xavier (St. Francis), tombstone of a nephew of, 448

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LONDON: PEINTED BY E. J. FRANCIS, TOOK'S COURT, CHANCERY LANE.

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