Notes and Queries, Index of Volume 1, November, 1849-May, 1850 eBook

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Corser (Rev. Thomas), on Nicholas Breton, 469. ——­ on William Basse and his poems, Cosin’s (Bishop) form of consecration of churches, 305. ——­ MSS. 433.  Cosmopolis, 213. 251.  Cottle’s Life of Coleridge, when reviewed in the Times, 55. 75.  Couplet, authorship of, 231.  Court of Wards, 455. ——­ d’Israeli on the, 173.  Coventry, Sir William, 381.  Coverdale, birth-place of, 120. ——­ and Lydgate and their biographers, 379.  Cowley, Cowleas, or Coverley, 107.  Cowper’s Task, passage in, 222.  Coxcombs vanquish Berkeley, author of? 384.  Craik’s Romance of the Peerage, 394.  Cranmore on White Hart Inn, Scole, 323.  Cresswell, Mr., and Miss Warneford, 157. 189.  St. Croix (H.C.), etymology of Dalston, 352.  Cromlech, meaning of, 319. 405.  Cromwell (Oliver), as a feoffee of Parson’s Charity, Ely, 465. ——­ (query) did he write the New Star of the North? 202. ——­ relics, 247. ——­ baptism, register of, 136. ——­ birth, 151. ——­ estates, 277. 339. 389. 421.  Crosby (James), on pictures in churches, 184.  Crossing of proverbs (Nicholas Breton’s), 364.  Crowley (Robert), a treatise on the Lord’s Supper by, 332. 355. 362.  Cruch (G.) original letter by, on Lord Chatham, Queen Charlotte. 65.  Crucifix of Edward the Confessor, 140.  Crusader, Norman, the, 103.  Cwn Annwn, 294.  C.(T.) on Sapcote motto, 476.  Cuckoo, 230. 419.  Cunningham (Peter) on Katherine Pegg, 59. ——­ on Dr. Johnson’s library, 270. ——­ on Lady Arabella Stuart, 10. ——­ on Lady Rachel Russell, 462. ——­ on Tower Royal, 28.  Cunningham’s Handbook of London, notes on, by Dr. Rimbault, 114.
  159. 180. 196. 228. 244. 395. 410. 435. 450.
——­ notes from, 435. ——­ queries upon, 484.  Cunningham’s Lives of eminent Englishmen, 379.  Cupid Crying, from the Latin, 172. 237. ——­, by Antonio Sebaldio, 308.  Cure for the hooping-cough, 397.  Curious custom, 245. ——­ symbolical custom, 363.  Curse of Scotland, Nine of Diamonds, why so called, 61. 90.  Curtana, the sword called, 364.  Custom, Gloucestershire, 245.  C.(W.) on the birthplace of Coverdale, 120. ——­ on date of anonymous Ravennas, 124. ——­ on Franz von Sickingen, 389. ——­ jun., on “hanap,” 493. ——­ jun., on “vert vert,” 475.  C.(W.H.) on Antony Alsop, 249. ——­ on parliamentary writs, 305. ——­ on parkership, porkership, pokership, 323.  C.(W.M.) on Scarborough warning, 138.  Cwn Wybir, or Cwn Annwn, 482.  C.(Y.A.) on Dick and the Devil, 473.

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D. on Lord Chatham’s speech on American stamp act, 12. ——­ on golden frog, 214. ——­ on inquisition in Mexico, 352. ——­ on John Hopkins, the psalmist, 119. ——­ on John Ross Mackay, 125. ——­ on meaning of emerod, 217. ——­ on Morning Chronicle, 7. ——­ on Relnerius and Inquisition in France, 196. ——­ (A.) on inedited song by Sir John Suckling, 72.  Dacre’s, (Lady), almshouses, 180.  Dalrymple (Sir J.), on Burnet, 40.  Dalston, etymology of, 352.  Dalton’s Doubting’s Downfall, 77.  Dance Thumbkin, 493.  Darkness at the crucifixion, 186.  Darnley (Henry Lord), where

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