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Notes and Queries, July 26, 1902.


INDEX.


527


Cadaver, derivation of the word, 188, 490 Cambridge (Duke of), his signature, 36

  • Cambridge Confessor,' history of the publication, 204

Cambridge Heath, South Hackney, derivation of the

place-name, 205, 413 Campbell and Moore, rimes in, 488 Campbell- Johnston (L.) on Gordon, a place-name, 133 Candace (Queen), origin and meaning of her name,

321, 353

Candles, green, in church, 366 Canterbury records, sixteenth-century, 408, 498 Captives, redemption of, in 1659, 149 Card-games, names of soldiers', 384 Cardigan (seventh Earl of), b. at Hambleden, Bucks, 86 Cards, Christmas, their originator, 56 Carducci, Italian poet, his library, 288 Caribou, Canadian word for reindeer, its etymology, 465 Carlyle (Thomas), on symbols, 27, 97 ; and Scriptural

quotations, 207

Carnac (Mrs.), her portrait by Reynolds, 346, 415 Carneddau Hills, cross on, 239 Caroline Park, Edinburgh, gates of, 110 Carrington (Lady), her portrait by Lawrence, 147 'Carrion Crow,' nonsense verse, 347, 393 Cartoons of the Westminster Aquarium, 428 Gary (G. S.) on Green = Cary : Smythies = Cary, 468 Markoe or Marcou family, 198 Kanulph, Earl of Chester, 134

  • Cassell's Magazine,' its history, 3, 24

Castle Carewe, Pembroke, original name of, 428, 490 Castor-oil plants and eucalyptus trees, 11, 73 Cataluna, British epitaphs in, 326, 478 Cathedral churches, fireplaces in, 88, 216 Caxton (William), record price for book printed by, 245 Cecil (Dorothy), her burial-place and epitaph, 53 Ceiling inscription at Rushbury, in Shropshire, 386 Celer on bishops' signatures, 272

Duchy of Berwick, 130

England's Darling, 454

High-faluting, 217

Hog, 411

Lurden, 235

Rene = a small watercourse, 434

Saulies, 151

Swaylecliffe, 378

Tedula, a bird, 433

Wagues, 255

Whitsunday, 1593, 453

Cellini (Benvenuto) and Shakespeare, 308, 416 Celtic, use of the term, 246, 317 Celts and the Massagetse, 228 'Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles,' English translations of,

368, 410 Cerney Manor, Cirencester, accounts and prints of,

448, 517

Chair, use of the word in the flint-glass trade, 365, 473 Chalices of wood, the prohibition of, 89, 214 Chamberlain (Joseph), political nickname, 186 Chambers's Journal,' its history, 3, 24, 95 Champigny, a carriage, 229 Champion (King's), history of the office, 603 Chaplains, earliest mention of, 93 Chapman family, 187, 354

Charles I., portrait prefixed to his Large Declaration,' 1639, 328 ; picture by Edward Bower, 1648, 187


Charles II. on weight of fish, 308

Charles V. on the different European tongues, 152,254

Charm, old, found at Bradford, 49, 158, 257

Charms, kittens used as, 49

Chartist, death of an aged, 86

Chartists, disappearing, 144, 251, 391, 496

Chaucer (G.), and Harry Bailly, 97 ; possible

Gloucestershire origin, 134 Cheselden, Radcliffe, and Pridmore families, 197 Chess-playing legend, 248, 293, 398, 512 Chest, old wooden, 517 Chester (Ranulph, Earl of), 112, 134 Chevron on heraldry before the Conquest, 290 Chic, recognized by Acade'mie Frangaise, 306, 490 Chifney (Barker), slate-roof patentee, 329 Children, their affirmations, 185, 273, 375 Chocolate, its introduction into England, 53, 213, 488 Chough on heraldry, 487 Christian names : Kinborough, 30, 156 ; Gwyneth,

109, 319, 372, 479

Christians and Jews, compulsory costume for, 157, 298 Christmas decorations and Shrove Tuesday, 86, 217 Christ's Hospital, removal from London, 231, 251, 337 Chronograms, their origin and history, 127, 249 Church, smallest in England, 47, 375, 430, 512;

ycleping or clipping the, 55, 216, 394 Church furniture, an inventory dated 1564, 348, 472 Church-door collections, 162 Churches, English, foreign bells in, 406 Church-lore, imaginary, 247

Cigarette smoking, its introduction into England, 308 Cipher-story bibliography, 509 Cirencester, Cerney Manor, accounts and prints of,

448, 517 Cissura robarum Wallensium, in fourteenth-century

MS., 168

Citizen baronets, list of, 61 Clarence (L. B.) on Peche* family, 31 Clark (P.) on King Charles I. at New Gallery, 187

National Anthem, 206

Royal yacht, 244 Clarke (0.) on boon for bookworms, 406

Death of an aged Chartist, 86

" Hop the twig," 189

Siddons (Mrs. ), house in Upper Baker Street* 355

Smallest church in England, 431

Tablet in West- End square, 288 Clarke (R. S.) on Major Macdonald, 448 Clarke (W. A.) on ' Robinson Crusoe,' 48 Clayton family, 68, 155 Clayton (F.) on burial of suicide, 158

Misplacing of a comma, 267

Mitre, 174

Mourning Sunday, 498

Window glass, 213 Clayton (H. B.) on * Comic Annual,' 336

Copperplate cuts, 33

Corn-Law Rimer, 246

Darley, a forgotten Irish poet, 205

Fashionable slang of the past, 495

Gavarni and ballooning, 446

Gordon riots, 350

Kane (John), forgottan actor, 26

Keep your hair on, 335 1 Last of the Dandies,' 63