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Notes and Queries, July 28, 1900.


INDEX.


537


Cope (E. E) on Parry family, 132

Cope (General Sir John), his biography, 289

ope (J. H.) on Sir Charles Carteret, 385

Cope (General Sir John), his biography, 289

Cope of Han well, co. Oxon, 316 Cope family of Hanwell, co. Oxon, their arms, 316 Cordwainer, derivation and survival of the term, 14 Corn, quarter of, 456

Corney House, Chiswick, its history, 69, 137 Cornforth (Fanny), 129 Corporation, oldest trading, 345 Correspondents, war, in South Africa, list of killed

and wounded, 469

Cortes, his companions to Mexico, 170 Costume of clergymen early part of the century, 335 Costume, 1569 : Portrait of Queen Mary I. at

Berkeley Castle, 455, 521

Courtney (W. P.) on slang, first use of the word, 28 Cow, the coloured, of Hamburg, 466 Cowper ( W.), as a parodist, 44 ; his pathos, 96 ; ' Ex- postulation,' poem, 127, 235 ; his letters, 414, 478 ; his prediction of his own immortality, 481 Cowper centenary, 301, 357 Cox (James), his museum, 17, 57 Crabs' eyes as medicine, 356, 485 Crawley (J. A.) on Norman gizer, 115 Cree (J.) on statue in Bergen, Norway, 57 Cremitt money, charity known as, 254 Cresswell (L.) on " Pillillew," use of word, 484 Crew (Sir Clipsby), reference to in Ralegh's ' His- toric of the World,' 286

Cricket, earliest copy of the laws of, 288, 382 Crofton (H. T.) on gipsies, 165 Cromie (Sir Michael), Bart., his biography, 68, 136 Cromwell (Oliver), and music, 9, 132 ; private letters

of, 67 ; and his sons and daughters, 494 Crouch (C. H.) on De Benstede family, 29

Monumental inscriptions in Scarborough, 48

St. Mildred's, Poultry, 33

Sanderson family of Leigh, Lancashire, 416

Wickliffe (John), lineal descendant of, 412 Crouch (W.) on old church in Canterbury, 319 Crowdy-mutton, meanings of, 375, 461 Crown Office, 249 Cruikshank (G.), picture by, 148 Cumberland (Richard), his play ' The Jew,' 416, 479 Cummings (W. H.) on Oliver Cromwell and music, 9 Cups, flying, magic art practised by Buddhist priests,

145

Curate, a chained, in Cornish church, 165, 403 Curry (J. T.) on "Bernardus non vidit omnia": "Blind Bayard," 356

Jonson (Ben), unclaimed poem by, 230, 477

Mile, English, 133

"Neither fish, nor flesh, nor good red herring,"

437

Curse of Scotland, new fact, 493 Curtis ( J.) on Boer, its meaning in Scotland, 1 36 Curwen(A. F.) on arms on Bar Gate, Southampton, 89

Several, uses of the word, 504

Tennyson query, 503 Curwen (J. S.) on "Out of print," 195 Curzon Chapel, Mayfair, clandestine marriages in, 65,

137, 227, 256, 398

Cutter (H. F.) on companions of Cortes, 170 Cyclops or Cyclop, singular form, 103, 238


D. on colours of the foe, 310

Flag, the British, 414, 478

Jacobite societies, 217

Miquelon, 375

Nicknames, regimental, 380

Shot, use of the verb, 311 D. (G.) on " Grave of great reputations," 48 D. (G. D.) on Dwnn family of Dwynn, 415 D. (J.) on appearance=electoral nomination, 11 D. (R.) on J. F. Smith, novelist, 377 D'Arcy (S. A.) on old church at Chingford, Essex, 57

Goat in folk-lore, 359

Irish Fearagurthok, 296 Dallas (J.) on relic of King Robert Bruce, 85 Dalton (C. A.) on pictures made of handwriting, 127 "Dan" Chaucer, called the Morning Star, 27, 76 Dandy's Gate, Bermondsey, old toll-gate, 9, 72 Danish Church, Wellclose Square, 492 Dante, his ' Visione,' original title of ' La Divina

Commedia,' 312 ; his house at Mulazzo, 514 Danteiana, 141 Dante Society, 120 Davey (H.) on Cromwell and music, 132

Fairfax (Bryan, Lord), compensation to, 12 David (W. H.) on Prime Minister or Premier, 213 Davis (Adam), of Grey Lodge, Westmorland, his arms

and crest, 108

Davis (K.) on Davis arms, 108 Davy (A. J.) on Cowper's ' Expostulation,' 235 Dawes (C. R.) on John XII. and Benedict IX., 416 Deadman's Place burial-ground, Southwark, 209 De Benstede or Bensted family, 29, 115 Debosco (C.) on laymen reading lessons in

cathedrals, 466

De Cardonnel (G. R.), his biography, 247, 481 Declaratory Act (1766), 337, 422 Dedication by author to himself, 167, 237, 320 Deedes (C.) on farntosh, its meaning, 28

" Otium cum dignitate," 385 Defoe (Daniel), his financial difficulties, 285, 483 Delabrate, use of the word, 375 Delagoa and Algoa, meaning of the names, 336, 424 Delaval family, 55 Delaval (George), his biography, 188 Delia Robbia ware, its durability, 313, 406 De Quincey and Gladstone, 314

Derby (Lord), letter to C. A. Bristed, 1851, 101, 166 Des Cartes, his 'System of Demonology,' 335 Detenus, les, British prisoners during Napoleonic war,

97, 197

Devizes, origin of the name, 88 Dey ( E. M.) on artists' mistakes, 32

Shakespeariana, 62, 63, 163, 392 Dials on twenty-four-hour clocks, 234, 360 ' Diary of Lady Frances Pennoyer,' 494 Diaz (Bernal), history of the conquest of Mexico, 170 Dickens (Charles), notes on Pickwickian manners and customs, 10, 57 ; errors of his critics, 45 ; Jarndyce v. Jarndyce, 156, 295 ; and Sterne, 185 ; phrase in ' Pickwick,' 229, 275 ; Yorkshire schools, 354, 464 ; " Prooshan Blue," 452

1 Dictionary of National Biography,' notes and cor- rections, 143, 472 Dilke (C. W.) on Junius, 21

Dilkes (Admiral Sir Thomas), eighteenth-century officer, 377, 421