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Notes and Queries, Jan. 29, 1910.


INDEX.


527


Churches, mayors elected in, 148, 337 ; combinec parochial and monastic, 168 ; Scottish, thei ownership, 168

Churchwardens' accounts, book on, suggested, 38 Cincinnati, Society' of the, explained, 328 Cire-perdue process and Sir J. S. Lumley, 387

452 City buildings constructed with Godstone stone

227 Civil War, Oxford Parliamentary leaders in

21, 82 ; English Navy during, 308, 496 Clapham (Rev. Jonathan), Rector of Wrampling

ham, 8

Clarionett surname, 98

Clark (A.) on players' companies on tour, 41 Smith (Adam), his status at Oxford,' 384 Clark (W.) on Virgin Mary's nut, 256 Clarke (C.) on Lares & Penates, firm-name, 384 London taverns in seventeenth century

414

" Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John," 218 Mellon, Mrs. Alfred, 337 Moliere's comedies : record price, 47 Sacred place-names in foreign lands, 494 Samaritan Society, London, 197 " Sweet lavender," 176 Travelling Pontiffs, 186 Clarke (Rev. E. Daniel), his family, 328 Clayton (H. B.) on death-bed of the Blessed

Virgin, 376

Cleather (Col.) on Carnac, 187 Clements (H. J. B.) on arms on a brass, 278

Pellican family, 315

Clim of the Clough, ballads on, 386, 494 Clippingdale (S. D.) on Bradford-on-Avon, 507 Doctors in London during the Plague, 18 Patrick (Richard), M.D., 348 Clocks of St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, 49, 278 Clothes and their influence, 468 Clothing terms, English, in foreign tongues, 284,

474

Clutterbuck (Robert) on Thurtell and Weare, 283 Cockburnspath, place-name, its derivation, 213,

256 Codrington, (Dr. R. H.) on Words in American

newspapers, 51 Coffee, its etymology, 64, 111, 156, 198, 232, 318,

377

Coffin (W. H.) in Abyssinia, 1810-26, 108, 230 Coherer, early use of the term, 88, 137 Coins and medals, spurious, 46 Cold Harbour, its meaning, 280 Cole (Jacob), verse-writer, 129, 218, 251, 418,

467

Colebrehous : Le Colebrehous in 1348, 149 Coleridge (S. T.), lectures on Shakespeare, 8 ;

and opium, 65 Coles (Charles Barwell) his " Short Whist," 1834,

264, 318, 357

Collett (A. R.) on Spanish Walk Exchange, 356 Collett (B.) on Collett family, 269 Collett family, 269 Collins (F. H.) on Happisburgh or Haisborough,

133

Collinson family, 168

Combe (William), key to his ' Diaboliad,' 14 Combe family- and Gaspar Manor, 268, 349 Comet, card game, 15, 56

Comether, its derivation and meanings, 77, 231 Company spoons, their history, 109 Compositor s case, c. 1500 and 1600, 330, 375 Compostela, place-name, its etymology, 27 oningsby (Thomas de), his marriage, 509'


Conservative on authors of quotations wanted,

509

Constitution Hill, origin of the name, 110, 173, 357 Con way, Abbots of, 367 Cooke (W. C.), on Juan Fernandez : an early

Crusoe, 392

Coop= to detain voters, Americanism, 226 Coopers in the City, 1440, 426 Cope (Mrs. Hautenville) on Elizabeth of Bohemia,

189 Cope (J. Hautenville) on parish registers before,

1538, 388

Copinger (W. A.) on Feet of Fines, 518 Copley (Sir John) and George Canning, 470 Copp^e (Francois^, his ' La Greve des Forgerons,'

469 Cordova (Rudolph de) on Clothes and their

influence, 468

Corfield (Wilmot) on parodies of Kipling, 472 Statues at Calcutta, 466 Statues in the British Isles, 234 Corner (S.) on Walt Whitman on Alamo, 91 ' Cornhill Magazine,' its Jubilee, 481, 501 Cornvalgian on authors of quotations wanted, 469 Costen family and Causton field-name, 327, 394 Cotton (Sergeant-Major), his Waterloo Museum,

141,210,512

Countess, English, at Tunbridge Wells, 368 County Borough, use of the term, 225 Coup de Jarnac, meaning of the phrase, 245 Court for actors at Chester, c. 1477, 267 Court of Requests, business transacted in, 208,

257, 272

Courtney (W. P.) on Addison and Death, 346 Cotton (Sorgeant-Major), 141 Dodington (George Bubb), 461, 504 Dodsley's famous collection of poetry, 63 M.P.'s unidentified : Henry Rosewarne, 314 Petre epigram, 411 ' Short Whist,' by Major A., 357 Stubbes (George), 304 Cowhouse Manor, Middlesex, its identity, 168,

233

Cowper (W.), misprint in ' Immortal Memory of the Halibut,' 77 ; pronunciation of his name, 265, 335, 372, 432, 516 ; and the Rev. Mr. Van Lier, 347 ; bibliography, 508 Uows : stripping cows, term explained, 409, 476 Cox (W. A.) on Charles, Duke of Orleans, 348

Saint and the niche, 327 Drake, artist, 1687, 491

Crawford (C.) on ' England's Parnassus,' 235 Crawford (Miss), Canadian Poet, her biography,

310, 353, 417 /

?rawley (Capt.) arid Lord Byron, 49, 218 >ayle (Crayle), 1721-80, his book-plate, 128 3reevey (T.) and Duke of Wellington at Brussels,

146

Cresswell (L.) on " I had three sisters," 28 Mcket slang, derivation of " googlie," 110, 194,

274

)rockerton Hill, white tree of, 247, 377 Crocodiles in heraldry, 225

Cromwell (O.) his head, 32 ; and 117th Psalm, 417 3rone (J. S.) on authors of quotations wanted, 88 Holmes (Robert), 310 ' Notes by the Way,' 145 irook (W. M.) on Benjamin Disraeli, 449 'ros3-Crosslet on Sir Cuthbert Slade, 135 ! rosslet on Pawlet of Paul toons, Hants, 189 'rouch (C. Hall) on Shoreditch family, 96 >row (W. Roberts) on Ceylon bibliography, 169 Wooden ships : their longevity, 467 /