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Notes and Queries, July 31, 1915. SUBJECT INDEX.


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Cockcraft (Lieut. S. C.), Royal Beg. Artillery,

retired 1794, 131 Coffins, custom of inscribing name and age, 29, 76,

92, 115

Cogan ( ), his edition of Addison's ' Miscel- laneous Works,' 88

Coin of Charles I., engraving on, 1642, 293 Coin of copper, head of John of Gaunt, 228, 270 Coinage, crown-pieces, 1683, 294 " Cole," " coole," word used 1296, 48, 92, 175,

213 Collyer (Lieut. E.), Royal Reg. Artillery, c. 1813,

452 Cologne, Colonia, substitute for London and

Paris, 1702, 402 Commonwealth, whereabouts of the mace of the,

474

Communion, Holy, notes on customs, 294 Como, the Cardinal of, 1525-1607, 279 Confirmation, notes on customs, 295 Constable (Timothy), d. 1750, his ancestors, 150 Consuls, English, in Aleppo, 1582-1850, 182, 254,

327, 389 ; in Cyprus, 1626-1878, 225 Contarine family, 48, 92

" Conturbabantur Constantinopolitani," the dis- tich, 109, 156, 174, 346 Cooke (Nathaniel), organist of Brighthelmston,

c. 1800, 8, 53

Cooke (J. Esten), author, 1830-86, 340 Copley (Joseph) and ' The Case of the Jewes

stated,' 1656, 431

Copying machines patented, c. 1647, 295 Copying-pad, recipe of ink for, 88 Corporations, account of English municipal, 295 Corpus Christi, the festival in England, 430, 496 Costa. See Mendes da Costa. Courage & Co., London brewers, c. 1685, 433 Courtesy titles, the use of, 250, 330 4i Cousamah," in Thackeray's ' The Newcomes,' 7,

58

Coventry, cross defaced, 1610, 295 Coward (William), M.D., his works, 1704, 67, 192 Crabbe (G.) and Lord Tennyson, 450 Craniology, books dealing with, 91 Cratcliffe, crucifix in " Hermit's Cave," 126 Craven County, South Carolina, name altered,

1776, 31, 189, 290, 348 Crests : mural coronet, mailed arm embowed,

1679, 322 ; dog on a helmet, 342 ; white stag

trippant, 471 Cricket : evolution of the game, 186 ; " common

ame," c. 1720, 295 ; Wellington's saying on, 00

Cromwell (Oliver), his connexion by marriage with an Earl of Essex, 69 ; his nickname " Iron- side," 181, 257, 304, 342, 383, 404, 419, 436 ; change of family name, 295 Cromwell (Oliver), of Uxbridge, c. 1551, 9, 73 Crooked Lane, London Bridge, inhabitants of, 56,

93, 137, 348, 456

Crownfield (Henry), Etonian, 1757, " hanged, 9 Croze (Maturinus Veyssiere de la), historian,

c. 1730, 130, 175, 215, 236

Cruikshank (G.), his residences in Clerkenwell, 338 Cryptograms by Royalists, explanation of, 225

    • Culebath "=flabellum, meaning of, 189

41 Cultura," English equivalent of, c. 1200, 125 Cumberland (Ernest Augustus, Duke of), his

descendants, 27

" Curmudgeon," origin of the word, 429 Cyder Cellars, Maiden Lane, 208, 256, 366 Cyprus, Levant Company and Consuls in, 1626- ^ 1878, 222, 241. 263, 499 ; folk-lore of, 486


Dacre (Mary)=Dr. J. Carr of Hertford, 1792, 267 Daly (Mrs. R.), Miss Barsanti, actress, c. 1772,

452, 498

Dartmoor, cutting down of the trees, 49, 91 Dates, forms of, 1188 and 1196, 334 ' David Copperfield ' dramatized, errors in archaeo- logy, 106 Davidsone (Guilielmo), c. 1663, his biography, 148,

192 Davis, Ward, Norbury, and Moore families, 188,

238, 305

Dawson (Nancy), dancer, her career, 400, 460 Day, Field, Sumner, and Whitton families, 150 Day, " The Day," origin of the phrase, 7 Deacon (Capt. H.), Royal Reg. Artillery, 1807, 151 Deacons, English sovereigns as, 48, 97, 137 Deaf-mutes, alphabets for, 68 Deafness, old-fashioned cures for, 68, 117, 247,

328, 477 Debreczin, support of the Professors at, 1756, 279,

327 " Debuss " and " embuss," words used in war,

1914, 246

Dekker (T.), Zulziman in his ' Satiromastix,' 474 Denain, armorial bearings of the Chapter of,

321

De Quincey. See Quincey (Thomas de). Derwentwater memorial, historv of, 361 Desbrisay (Capt. T.), Royal Reg. Artillery,

d. 1806, 151 Detectives in fiction, 11

Dialect words of Rochdale, c. 1850, 295, 403, 496 Dibdin (Charles), d. 1814, commemoration in

Southampton, 41, 98 ; his Helicon Theatre, 480 Diccell (Sir Robert), mentioned in will, 1592, 170 Dickens (C.), and wooden legs, 37; his 'David

Copperfield ' dramatized, 106 ; a photograph of,

211 ; Miss Twinkle ton's speech in ' Edwin

Drood,' 492 Dickensiana, 106, 226 Dickson (Charles), translator of Bion and Moschus,

1825, 319 Dickson, Baillie, Gordon, and Simpson families,

494 ' Dictionary of National Biography,' additions and

corrections, 21, 75, 1186868, 115109, 158,

199148, 192209, 255250399400474 Diezer (August), artist, c. 1804, 228 Digby (Sir Everard), his letters from the Tower,

8,59

Disraeli. See Beaconsfield. Dollinger and the authorship of ' Janus,' 1869,

418, 497

" Dominion " of Canada, origin of the word, 418 Donnington Castle, St. Gilbert's staff there,

334 Douglas (Bishop), " Sibil " in his Virgil, 8 ; and

Caxton, 1513, 46

Dover (James), London printer, c. 1705, 49 D'Oyley's Warehouse, its use, 1855, 169, 216, 238,

328, 478

4 Dramatist,' by Ann C. Holbrook, 147 Dreams and literature, 32, 326, 385 Druid, William John, Arch-Druid, 1821, 334 Druidism, a modern advocate of, 14; sacrificing

white bulls, 90, 138

" Drury (Madame)," aged 116, her death, 18 Dryden (John) and Swift, their relationship, 191,

Dublin, lease of the Priory of All Saints, 1539, 266 ; street- and place-names, 416