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Notes and Queries, July 25, 1914.


SUBJECT INDEX.


527


County maps, the history of, 5, 97

Courants, English and Dutch, c. 1607, 341, 364

Court of Requests, letter temp. Hen. VII., 405

  • " Cousins and half-cousins," meaning of the

phrase, 208, 273

Cowes, Isle of Wight, origin of the name, 467 Cowlard family, 471, 514

Cowley (W.), Westminster scholar, 1750, 289 Cowper (W.), his ' John Gilpin,' 430, 477, 513 Cox (S.), Westminster scholar, 1737, 289 Coxeter (Richmond), Westminster scholar, 1682,

289

Crab (Isaac), Westminster scholar, 1715, 289 Craddock (C.), Westminster scholar, 1717, 289 Cradock (Thales), Westminster scholar, 1743, 289 " Grains Aims Hay," motto, 175 Craniputius, alluded to by Gray, 509 Cranch family of Devonshire, 9 Crawfurd (J. Lindsay), c. 1812, his portrait, 89 Craycroft (W. S.), Westminster scholar, 1810,

289 Crests : a booted leg, 76 ; a lion's head erased

sable, 88, 174 ; a lion statant, 108 ; out of a

ducal coronet or, a demi-lion rampant, 175 ; a

talbot passant, 196 ; a lion rampant argent,

212 ; a demi-lion rampant o, 488 Cricket in 1773, weight of the bat, 46, 135, 176 Criminals, the last beheaded in Great Britain, 365,

438, 473

Criticism of plays produced 1875-85, 33 Cromwell (Jane) and Pallavicini, 511 Cromwell (O.), his reputed illegitimate daughter,

Mrs. Hartop, 29, 94, 372, 452, 497 ; and Queen

Henrietta Maria, 127, 174, 195 ; grant of the

lordship of Gower, 209 Crophall or Crophull (Agnes), Lady Devereux, her

mother, 54

Crosley (Leonard), Ensign 19th Foot, 1758, 389 Cross-legged effigies, meaning of the position, 14 Crouch family of Great Chart, 412 Crouch family of Rye, Sussex, 334 Crymble (Roger), Ensign 19th Foot, 1717, 389 Cunningham (John), 1715, " broken officer," 231,

300 Cup, Elizabethan, 1571, St. Andrew's, Droitwich,

Curtis (G. W.), his essay ' Castle-Building,' 290,

336 Curwood (John), blind, called to the bar, 1796,

430, 498 Curzon (Nathaniel), his gift to Clerkenwell (?),

c. 1500, 250


Dally (W. H.), Chartist leader, Bristol, 1827*

10 Damant family, and derivation of name, 50,

Danish lyrical poets, modern, 489

Date formula, " year of our Lord," 269

Dauphin, the last, his descendants, 101

Davys (Thomas), Winchester scholar, 1539, 369

Dawe (G.), his portrait of Goethe, 370

Day, " dancing days," 1629, 287

Day, Freeman, Parry, and Pyke families, 146,

193

Dead, Egyptian Book of the, 191, 253 " Dead men's cloathes," in ships' entries, 28,

Dean and Chapter of St. Martin-le-Grand, 106 Deans and Bishops, lists in cathedrals, 7, 78, 117 " Death " as a verb, 1660, 105


Death folk-lore, 128, 196, 236, 278, 296, 350,

414 Death register of Roman Catholics before 1837,

330, 375, 395 Decapitation, last execution in Great Britain, 65,

438, 473 Defoe (D.), his 'Tour' and Glasgow Cross, 32;

his ' Weekly Review,' c. 1704, 95 ; a source of

his ' Robinson Crusoe,' 486 Dench, origin of surname, 429 Descents, royal, from Edward III., 368, 418 Dethick (Henry), Oxford University preacher,

1565, 485

Devereux family, their pedigree, 268 Devis (A. W. ), his painting of Queen Elizabeth and

Walsingham, 288 Dialect of Warwickshire, Shakespeare's use of, 288 t

337, 376, 394

" Diamond cut diamond," 1604, 227 Diaries, earliest use of, 414 Dibdin (Charles), his 'The Shepherdess of the

Alps,' 1780, 68 Dick (B.), his painting ' Summer Morning on the

Thames,' 1875, 410

Dick (Dr. W.), of Tullymet, bis parentage, 37 Dickens (C. ), his hobby of exploring London streets,

9, 58, 92 ; Dr. Dundey in ' The Detective

Police,' 48 ; picture-cards in ' Pickwick,' 56 ;

his speech at a festival of the Royal Society of

Musicians, 85 ; " Sydney Carton " at Old

Shrewsbury School, 149, 213 ; places mentioned

by, 169, 257 ' Dictionary of National Biography,' additions and

corrections, 1, 22, 43, 61, 20638187, 278,

315189206, 413229, 317242264 330

365369377407447, 498448, 492

466 Dido, her purchase of land, variants of the story,

47, 353, 474

" Dilling," the definition of, 56 Dingle y (Sir Thomas), beheaded 1539, 6 Diomede, statue of, by Sergei, c. 1775, 350 Dirent-Jearrad family, 247 " Disheir "=to disinherit, 1425, 387 " Dislocate," use of the word, 1605, 227 Disraeli (Benjamin), juvenilia, 125 Dissenters, Protestant, registers of, 489 Dodd family, 329, 413 Donnall (B. S.), story of his trial told by W. R.

Hicks, 51, 154

Donnelly (Sir Ross), c. 1804, his biography, 18 Douglas epitaph in Bohemia, 56 Douglas (Sir Mackenzie), Scottish Jacobite, c. 175r f

251

Douglas family, 189 Douglass (Clementina J. Sobieski), of Finsthwaite,

217, 230

" Douse "=to put out, origin of the word, 410 Dover seen from Calais, 29, 97 " Dowle " chamber, 1546, the meaning of, 50 Doynell family, 288 Drainage, books on ancient schemes of, 229, 332,

416

Dramatic criticism, 1875-85, 33 Drinking custom of Sussex, 248 Droitwich, Elizabethan cup at St. Andrew's, 51 " Drum-Major," 1613, meaning of the term, 287 Dryden (John), his ' Character of Polybius,' 103 Dryden entries at St. Margaret's, Westminster,

490

Dubber family of Gloucestershire, 449, 493 Dublin, the English spoken there, 14 Duelling, customs in regard to, 230, 276, 418