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INDEX.


Notes and Queries, July 26, 1902.


Clayton (H. B.) on Royal Antediluvian Order of

Buffaloes, 134 Cleburne family, 189, 351 Clegg = Warren, 187, 313

Clerks sworn in Chancery before 1765, list of, 408 Cliffe, co. Kent, epitaph at, 8 Clifford's Inn, history of, 244, 389 Clifton on household of George III., 167 Clifton (Jeremiah), clockmaker, 147 Clio on Huxley as reviewer, 338 Cloth, method of testing, 87 Coat of arms, origin of the term, 447 Cockade of George I., 428 Cockertonized, origin and use of the word, 365 Coffee-houses and taverns, London, 72 Cohen (H.) on edorsement : dorso-ventrality, 331

Snodgrass, a surname, 497 Coincidences, true series of, 405 Coins: the groat, 84 ; Numidian of B.C. 200, 129 Coke (Sir E.) in the Tower, note dated 1621-2 on, 469 Cole (G. A. J.) on Stowe Missal, 150 Cole (H.) on 'Cornhill Magazine ' illustrations, 76 Cole (H. H.) on archaeological discoveries, 126 Coleman (E. H.) on Acland of Chittlehampton, 31

Antinomian sect, 238

Apple-tree folk-lore, 314

Artists' mistakes, 274

Bowyer wills, 131

Brandon, executioner, 72

Brightwalton, 458

' Carrion Crow,' 393

Castle Carewe, Pembroke, 490

Chalices, wood, 215

Chaplains, 9-1

Confessionals, 153

'Dirty Old Man,' 512

Dissington family, 18

Dragon tree, 411

Earth mother, 176

Easter customs at Taunton and Haseley, 365

Fireplaces in cathedral churches, 216

Foot cloth nag, 233

Ganganelli's Bible, 397

Gee family, 131

Gordon riots, 233

Introduction of trousers, 416

Jay, the woodland bird, 414

Le Neve family, 277

Lectern in Durham Cathedral, 135

Lord Mayors' pageants, 216

Man in the Iron Mask, 417

" Mine host of the Tabard," 97

Mischief-night, 115

Mortara: Arro, 112

Musicians' Company of the City of London, 175

Newton (Sir Isaac) : 'CommerciumEpistolicum,' 492

Old spoons, 416

Omneity : Omniety, 194

Parish register, entries in, 34 '

Pen-name, 151

Pomeroy family of Devon, 14

Portraits of early Lord Mayors, 173

Portraits of female fighters, 156

Powell (Harriett), 512


Coleman (E. H.) on price of eggs, 278

Koman Catholic chapel, Moorfields, 468

Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes, 135

Seven, 98

Skirret, 219

Smith (Richard), his library, 433

Spatchcock, 16

Stuart (Lady Louisa), 157

Tontine, 113

" Twopence for manners," 129

Vancouver, 132

Warlow family, 155

Warton (Rev. Anthony), 1657, 158

Way (G. L.), 195

Weeks's Museum, 97

Whips in the House of Commons, 197

White gloves at assizes, 391

Wind folk-lore, 338

Zoar Chapel, South wark, 73 Colet (Dean), traditional references to the ecclesiastical

number CLIIL, 88, 196

Collins (J. C.) on Montesquieu in England, 288 Colne Grammar School boys and wedding custom, 886 Colombo, architect of Catholic church at, 133 Colonial journalism, 365 Colour, the true royal, 407 Columbell, place-name, its etymology, 366 Colyer-Fergusson (T.) on Osorio family, 453

Royal personages, 196 Comber (J.) on Standsfield, 309

Wilson (Andrew), 289 Combermere chair, origin of the name, 289 Comically, use of the word by T. Fuller, 1654, 285,

370, 455

Comma misplaced in Act of Parliament, 267 Compound words, 146 Confessionals in Polish churches, 48, 153 Conservative as a political term, 478 Contemporaries impersonated on the stage, 224 Cooper's 'Athense Cantabrigienses,' 248 Cope (E. E.) on Sir Edmund Berry Godfrey, 473

Trentham and Gower families, 487 Cope (J.) on Rebecca Cromwell, 129

Gower, 68 Cope (J. H.) on parish registers, their care andjpro-

tection, 409 Copinger (W. A.) on arms of knights, 398 Coptic, uses of the word, 466 Corbyn family, 88

'Cornhill Magazine,' illustrations in, 29, 76 Corn-Law Rimer : Ebenezer Elliott, 246 Cornu (C. P. L.) on Mourning Sunday, 498 Cornubian on Hambley arms, 189 Coronation : King Edward VII. 's, 57 ; George IV. 's 145; 'Sun' printed in gold, 1838, 280; news- papers at the time of Victoria's, 505 Coronation on Frances B. Irving, 107 Coronation dress of the bishops, 506 Coronation item, eighteenth-century printers of a,

348, 473

Coronation medallion, its history, 289 ' Coronation Order,' and the third person singular of

verbs, 506

Coronation peerages, the creation of, 221 Coronation sermons, account of, 501