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CONCORDANCE, verbal index, vi. 240; CONDOTTIERI, Italian mercenary troops, | CONGO, country, West Africa, VI. 266. of the Bible, by Calasio, iv. 653; by VI. 256; XIII. 477.

or Zaire, river, Africa, XXIV. 763; Cruden, vi. 621.

CONDUCTION, Electric, viII. 4, 41, 106. I. 254; exploration of, X. 192. CONCORDAT, papal agreement, VI. 241; Electrolytic, VII. 219; VIII. 106. FREE STATE, Central Africa, XXII. XXIII. 531; Austrian, abolished, III. OF HEAT, XI. 577; XX. 212.

144; XXIV. 765. 141; with Napoleon, xvII. 205; of CONDUCTIVITY, Electric, viii. 52.

LANGUAGES, group of Bantu diaWorms (1122), XIX. 500.

Thermal, XI. 578, 586.

lects, xxiv. 828. CONCORDIA, Roman goddess, VI. 243. Boxes, Electric, VIII. 45.

CONGOU TEA, XXIII. 99. Lombard league, XIII. 473.

CONDUCTOR, Lightning, xiv. 633. CONGREGATIO DE PROPAGANDA FIDE, town, Italy, VI. 243. CONDUIT, in water-works, XXIV. 408.

XVI. 514. town, Namaqualand, Africa, XVII. CONDURRITE, mineral, XVI. 393. CONGREGATION, Christian, early organi168.

CONDYLOPODA, or Arthropoda, II. 271, zation of, xix. 675. CONCORDS, Musical, xvii. 82. 647.

Lords of the, Scotland, xxi. 501. CONCRETE, substitute for stone, VI. 243; CONE, in geometry, Vi. 282; X. 417; University, XXIII. 835. in building, IV. 453, 456; Roman, XX. XXII. 668; mensuration of, xvi. 25.

OF THE ORATORY, Rome, XVII. 808.

On the Section of the, Serenus's 347. CONCUBINAGE, VI. 243; XV. 569.

work, XXI. 675.

CONGREGATIONALISTS, religious deCOND, Irish king, XIII. 245. CONECTE, Thomas, French monk and nomination, VI.

722; CONDAMINE, Charles Marie de la, preacher, VI. 256.

American, in relation to Unitarianism, French geographer and mathematician, CONEGLIANO, town, Italy, VI. 256. XXIII. 726. XIV. 193; his South-American ex CONEN DE PRÉPÉAN, French steno CONGREGATIONS, administrative burplorations, x. 189; measuring arc of grapher, XXI. 841.

eaus of Roman Catholic Church, xx. meridian, VII. 598.

CONEPATL, skunk of Central America, 629. CONDATE (Libourne), ancient town, XXII. 126.

CONGRESS, in diplomacy, vi. 269; of France, XIV. 509.

CONEY, islet, Sligo, Ireland, XXII. 159. Münster or Westphalia (1643–1648), (Rennes), ancient town, France, ISLAND, village, Long Island, New III. 268 ; of Vienna (1815), III. 135, XX. 401. York, U.S.A., XIV. 866.

270. CONDÉ, town, France, VI. 244.

CONFARREATIO, form of Roman mar of the United States, its constituPrinces of, France, VI. 244. riage, VI. 256; XX. 671.

tion, XXIII. 749 ; first meeting of, Louis, Prince of (Condé the Great), CONFECTIONERY, VI. 256.

XVIII. 741. VI. 245; IX. 571; his relations with CONFEDERATE STATES, of America, American Continental, xxIII. 737, Turenne, XXIII. 626. XXIII. 773

740, 743. Louis de Bourbon, Prince of, vi. CONFEDERATION, German, III. 135; X. CONGREVE, Sir William, inventor of 245. 505.

the rocket, VI. 272. Louis Henry Joseph, duke of OF THE RHINE, III. 133; VIII. 363; William, English dramatist, VI. Bourbon, VI. 248.

XVII. 210; its dissolution, XVII, 220. 271; VII. 436; VIII. 424. CONDE, José Antonio, Spanish Orien CONFEDERATIONS, Political, ix. 62. CONGRUENCE, in geometry, XXII. 670. talist, VI. 248.

CONFERENCE, in diplomacy, VI. 269. CONI, town, Italy, VI. 272. CONDENSATION, of gaseous bodies, vi. CONFESSIO, in early Christian archi CONIC SECTIONS, or Conics, VI. 273; X. 311; VII. 217; VIII. 727; of steam, tecture, VI. 667; XX. 834.

395; projection of, xix. 798. XXII. 487

CONFESSION, of sin, vi. 257; its place CONIDIA, reproductive organs in plants, CONDENSED MILK, XVI. 304.

in the Eastern, Latin, and Lutheran IX. 829; XX. 424 CONDENSER, in distillation, VII. 261. Churches, xvIII. 487.

CONIFERÆ, order of trees, II. 315, 321; Electric, viII. 34. CONFESSIONAL, VI. 258.

IX. 222; XIX. 102; XXIV. 131. Steam-engine, XXII. 513, 518. CONFESSION OF FAITH, Westminster, CONINE, vegetable alkaloid, XI. 647. CONDER, Josiah, English writer, VI. 249. VI. 558; XXI. 503.

CONINGTON, John, English scholar, vi, CONDESCENDENCE, in Scots law, xix. CONFESSIONS, Rousseau's, XXI. 16.

284.

OF AN ENGLISH OPIUM-EATER, CONISBROUGH CASTLE, Yorkshire, CONDÉ-SUR-NOIREAU, town, France, De Quincey's work, VII. 102.

England, xxiv. 749. VI. 244.

OF FAITH, or Creeds, Vi. 558. CONISTON OLD MAN, mountain, EngCONDICTION, in Roman law, xx. 683. CONFESSOR, VI. 258.

land, xiv. 252. CONDILLAC, Étienne Bonnot de, French CONFIRMATION, ecclesiastical rite, vi. CONIUM, genus of plants, XI. 646; XVII. philosopher, VI. 249; IX. 669; on the 258.

232. association of ideas, II. 732; his logic, CONFLAGRATIONS, IX. 233.

CONJEVERAM, town, India, VI. 285. XIV. 794; on logical analysis, 1. 797. CONFLANS, France, Treaty of (1465), IX. CONJUNCTIONS, in grammar, Xl. 41. CONDITIONED, Hamilton's philosophy 552.

CONJUNCTIVItis, eye disease, XVII. 780. of the, XI. 418.

CONFUCIUS, Chinese sage, VI. 258; his CONJURING, by tricks and illusions, XIV. CONDIVICENUM (Nantes), ancient town, doctrines, v. 662, 671; xx. 363; his 414; XV. 207. France, XVII. 173.

relation to Mencius, XVI. 3; temple of, CONNAUGHT, province, Ireland, vi. 285; CONDOLMIERI, Gabriel (Pope Eugenius at Shanghai, II. 448.

area and population of, XIII. 215; first IV.), VIII. 663.

CONGÉ D'ÉLIRE, mandate for election mention of, XIII. 246. CONDOM, town, France, VI. 253.

of a bishop, VI. 265.

CONNECTICUT, State, U.S.A., VI. 285; CONDOR, bird, vi. 253; XXIV. 302; in CONGER-EEL, fish, vii. 693.

XXIII. 748; population, XXIII. 802; Chili, v. 623.

CONGLETON, town, England, vi. 265. original colony of, XXIII. 730, 731. CONDORCET, Marquis de, French philo Lord, chancellor of Irish ex CONNELLITE, mineral, XVI. 385. sopher and politician, VI. 254; IX. 667. chequer, VI. 265.

CONNEMARA, district, Ireland, vi. 289; CONDORE, India, Battle of, vl. II. CONGLOMERATE, rock, X. 237.

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CONNOR, Bernard, English physiologist, CONSERVATOIRE DES ARTS ET

emperor, vi. 301; his encouragement VI. 289. MÉTIERS, Paris, xvIII. 281.

of literature, iv. 613; XI. 145. CONNUBIUM, or Conubium, form of CONSERVATORY, Garden, XII. 222. CONSTANTINE XIII. (Palæologus), By

Roman marriage, xv. 568; XX. 671. or Conservatoire, Musical, vi. 291; zantine emperor, XVIII. 166.
CONOIDS, Archimedes on, II. 380.
XVII. 83.

emperor of Gaul, Spain, and CONOLLY, John, English physician, Vi. CONSIDERATION, in legal contracts, Vi. Britain, Vi. 301. 289. 322.

1-11., kings of Scotland, XXI. 478. CONOMEDUSÆ, order of Hydrozoa, XII. CONSISTOIRE,

French Presbyterian missionary to the Slavs, XVI. 194. 559. court, XIX. 693.

bishop of Harran, Syriac writer, CONON, Athenian general, vi. 289; as CONSISTORIAL CONGREGATION,

of XXII. 841. ally of the Persians, XVIII. 577. Church of Rome, xx. 629.

Basilica of, at Rome, III. 414; XX. (Leo III.), emperor of the East, xiv. CONSISTORIAUX, section of French 826. 452. Presbyterians, xix. 694.

BRANCOVAN, voivode of Walachia, of Samos, his record of eclipses, II. CONSISTORY, ecclesiastical council, vi.

XXI. i7. 748. 292.

PAVLOVICH, Russian prince, Vi. CONOTEUTHIS, genus of Mollusca, XVI. Court, Canterbury, 11. 370.

302; XVII. 485. 671.

CONSIVA, or Ops, Roman goddess, XXI. SYLVANUS, founder of the PaulCONQUEST, in Scots law, XIII. 77.

321.

icians, XVIII. 433. OF MEXICO, History of the, by CONSOLATION OF PHILOSOPHY, Boetius's CONSTANTINOPLE, capital of Turkey, Prescott, XIX. 703. work, III. 857

VI. 302; founding of, xi. III; XX. OF TREBIZOND, romance, xx. 653. CONSOLATIONS AGAINST THE FEAR OF 778; council of (381), XXIII. 259; CONQUÊTE DE CONSTANTINOPLE, Ville DEATH, Drelincourt's work, VII. 468. repulse of Moslems at (717), xvi. 574; hardouin's, XXIV. 229. CONSOLE, in architecture, II. 462.

taken by the Crusaders (1204), VI. 629, CONRAD I., king of Germany, X. 482. CONSOLIDATION Acts, English, VI. 292. 803; by the Turks (1453), XVII. 484;

II., emperor, X. 486; his influence CONSOLS, British Government annuities, XXIII. 642; Renaissance dates from its in Rome, XX. 790. VI. 293; XVII. 245.

capture, xx. 381 ; aqueducts, II. 221; III., emperor, X. 489.

CONSONANCE, Musical, xvii. 105. cemeteries, v. 331; ancient libraries, IV., emperor, X. 492.

CONSONANTS, Pronunciation of, XXII. XIV. 512; newspapers, XVII. 432; of Montferrat, crusader, XX. 540; 385.

plague in, xix. 166; its suburb, ScuXXIII. 161.

CONSPIRACY, in law, vi. 293; in rela tari, xxi. 573. of Würzburg, German poet, X. 524. tion to trade unions, XXIII. 500.

province, Turkey in Europe, XXIII. CONRADIN, king of Sicily, VI. 289; XXII. CONSTABLE, officer of the peace, vi. 653. 27. 294.

Era of, v. 714. CONRART, Valentin, first secretary of Lord High, of England, XXII. 459; CONSTANTINUS CEPHALAS, compiler of the French Academy, VI. 290. XXI. 36.

an anthology, II. 103. CONSALVI, Ercole, Italian cardinal and Archibald, Scottish publisher, vi. CONSTANTIUS I., Flavius Valerius, statesman, VI. 290. 295; VIII. 201.

Roman emperor, vi. 309; XX. 777; in CONSANGUINITY, or Kindred, vi. 291; Henry, English poet, VI. 295. Scotland, XXI. 472. systems of reckoning it, IX. 22; closeness John, English painter, VI. 296.

II., Flavius Julius, Roman emperor, of, in relation to deaf-muteism, VII. 4. CONSTABULARY, police force, XIX. 332; XIII. 768; xx. 778. CONSCIENCE, or Moral Sense, Butler's in Ireland, XIII. 239.

CONSTANTS, Mathematical, Tables of, doctrine of, iv. 587; Hutcheson's, XII. CONSTANCE, town, Baden, Germany, vi.

XXIII. 13. 409; Shaftesbury's, XXI. 733. See

297; congress of Old Catholics at Tidal, xxIII. 366. also article Ethics.

(1873), XVII. 755; council of (1414-18), CONSTELLATIONS, groups of stars, II. Hendrik, Flemish writer, XII. 98. X. 550; XII. 405; XIII. 712; XIX. 502; 816; XXIV. 791. CONSCIENTIOUSNESS, in phrenology, XX. 320, 805; peace of (1183), XIII. CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY, of France, XVIII. 845. 474.

IX. 598. CONSCIOUSNESS, in metaphysics, XVI. Lake of, Switzerland, vl. 297; XIV. CONSTITUTION, and Constitutional Law,

92; states of, xx. 38; physiology of, 217; XX. 519; XXII. 776. XIX. 20, 41 ; Christian, VII. 336; of Aquitaine, wife of Robert I. of CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF ENGCousins's theory of, vi. 525; Des France, ix. 536.

LAND, Hallam's, XI. 393. cartes's, v. 142; Hamilton's, XI. 417; CONSTANT DE REBECQUE, Henri Ben CONSTITUTIONALISM, Metternich's opLocke's, XIV. 758.

jamin, French philosopher and econo position to, XVI. 201. CONSCRIPTION, Military, II. 565, 566; mist, vi. 297; IX. 673; XVIII. 223; CONSTITUTIONNEL, Le, Paris news

its effect on emigration, VIII. 175. XXII. 799; on the philosophy of caste, paper, XVII. 426. CONSECRATION, VI. 291.

V. 187, 189.

CONSTITUTION OF BODIES, VI. 310. CONSEIL DE PRUD'HOMMES, tribunal of CONSTANTIANA (Kustendje), ancient CONSTITUTION ENGLAND, Deemployers and employed, XIV. 173; at town, Roumania, XIV. 162.

lolme's work, vil. 51. Paris, xvIII. 286.

CONSTANTINA, town, Spain, XXI. 708. CONSTITUTION OF MAN, Combe's work, CONSENSUS SANDOMIRIENSIS, church CONSTANTINE, town, Algeria, VI. 298.

VI. 180. congress (1570), XXI. 259.

I., the Great, Roman emperor, VI.

CONSTITUTIONS, Apostolic, early CONSERVATION OF ENERGY, VIII. 208; 298; XI. 110; xx. 778; cross in the Christian work, 11. 195, 196. XVIII. 553. sky, seen by, XI. 399.

of Justinian, XIII. 793; XX. 712. CONSERVATISM, as influenced by the V. (Copronymus), Byzantine em OF CLARENDON, VIII. 372. Renaissance, xx. 394.

peror, XII. 713.

CONSTRAINT, in mechanics, xv. 678. CONSERVATIVE PARTY, British, xxiv. VI., Byzantine emperor, XIII. 274. CONSTRUCTION, Principles of, in build540.

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CONSTRUCTIVENESS, in phrenology, CONTRAST, in mental association, II. discoveries in Australasia, 111. 104; his XVIII. 845. 733.

Arctic and Antarctic explorations, CONSUBSTANTIATION, Eucharistical CONTRASTO, love-song, by Ciullo

XIX. 319, 329; his exploration of New doctrine, viii. 653; xv. 85; taught by d'Alcamo, XIII. 499.

Zealand, xvII. 471; of Tahiti, xxIII. Occam, xvII. 718.

CONTREXÉVILLE, spa, France, XVI. 433. 24. CONSUEGRA, town, Spain, Vi. 313. CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE, in law, Cook, Prof., meteorological spectroCONSUETUDE, in Roman law, xx. 698. XVII. 316; XXIII. 455.

scopist, XX. 256. CONSUL, commercial and legal officer CONTROL DEPARTMENT, British army, Mount, New Zealand, XVII. 466. in foreign country, VI. 315; British, II. 581.

COOKE, Thomas, telescope-maker, XXIII. precedence of, xix. 667.

CONTUBERNIUM, in Roman marriage 149; his micrometers, XVI. 244. Roman magistrate, vi. 313; XX. law, xv. 568.

Sir W. F., his contributions to 735, 738, 771, 785; in the provinces, CONTUCCI, Andrea, Florentine sculptor, telegraphy, XXIII. 113. XIX. 885.

XXI. 295.

COOKERY, VI. 331. CONSULATE, French, IX. 612; XVII. CONTUSION, in surgery, XXII. 681, 686. COOKING STOVES, XXII. 579. 203.

CONUBIUM, form of Roman marriage, COOK'S ISLANDS, or Harvey ArchiOF THE SEA, Book of the, vi. 317; XV. 568; XX. 671.

pelago, South Pacific, vi. 331. XXI. 584.

CONUNDRUM, interrogative pun, XX. COOKSTOWN, town, Ireland, xxIII. 713. CONSULS, The Three, in France 549.

COOK STRAIT, New Zealand, XVII. 467. (1799-1800), ix. 612; XVII. 203. CONURUS, genus of birds, XVIII. 322. COOKTOWN, town, Queensland, xx. 172. CONSUMPTION, pulmonary disease, CONVECTION, mode of transference of COOKWORTHY, William, English potter, XVIII. 405, 855. heat, xx. 212.

XIX. 642. CONTADES, Louis G. É., French marshal, CONVENT, or Conventual Establish-Coolie, or Cooly, Asiatic labourer, vi. IX. 589.

ment, I. 10; XVI. 700; Lamaist, in 333; coolie emigration, viii. 175. CONTAGION, Infectiveness, in Tibet, XIV. 499.

COOLING, Newton's law of, xx. 129. pathology, xvIII. 401; in case of the CONVENTICLE ACT, of 1664, in England, Cooly (Coolie), Asiatic labourer, vi. plague, xix. 161.

VIII. 348; XIX. 690; of 1670, XIX. 332; VIII. 175. CONTAGIOUS DISEASES (ANIMALS) 690; XX. 149.

COOMASSIE, capital of Ashantee, West Acts, British, xx. 158.

CONVENTION, French National (1792), Africa, vi. 336; 11. 681. CONTANGO, stock exchange term, I. 92; IX. 604.

COOMPTAH, or Kumpta, town, India, XXII. 557

International, defined, XXIII. 530. XIV. 155. CONTARINI, Ambrogio, Venetian envoy OF PHILADELPHIA (1787), xxIII. COOPER, Abraham, English painter, Vi. to Persia, xvIII. 633.

336. -, Andrea, doge of Venice, XXIV. 144. CONVENTUALS, order of monks, ix. 699. Anthony Ashley, three earls of CONTÉ, Nicolas Jacques, French pencil-CONVERSANO, town, Italy, VI. 324. Shaftesbury, XXI. 727, 731, 734. maker, XVIII. 490.

CONVERSATIONS-LEXICON, of Brock Sir Astley Paston, English surgeon, CONTEMPT OF COURT, offence, VI. 318. haus, VIII. 203.

VI. 336. CONTES, La Fontaine's, xiv. 205. CONVERSION AND TROVER, in law, Charles Henry, English historioDROLATIQUES, Balzac's, III. 305. XXIII. 589.

grapher, vi. 337. Conti, Prince of (Armand de Bourbon), CONVEYANCING, in law, VI. 324.

James Fenimore, American novelCONVICTS, Treatment of, xix. 747; on ist, VI. 337; 1. 725. Gregorio (Victor IV., antipope), ticket of leave, VI. 590; agitation -John, English musician, XVII. 87. XXIV. 213

against, in Cape Colony, V. 45. COOPERAGE, handicraft, VI. 338. Lothario (Pope Innocent III.), CONVITO, Dante's work, Vi. 814; XIII. CO-OPERATION, VI. 338, 218; XIV. 321; XIII. 82. 502.

productive and distributive, XXII. Michael Angelo (Pope Innocent CONVIVIUM SEU LAPITHÆ, Lucian's 210; agricultural, its results, I. 416; XIII.), XIII. 86. dialogue, XV. 44.

Fourier's system, ix. 489. Nicolo, Italian traveller, X. 179. CONVOCATION, of Church of England, CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES, in Russia, CONTIGUITY, in mental association, II. VI. 325; VIII. 380.

XXI. 84. 733.

CONVOLVULIN, vegetable resin, XIII. COOPER INSTITUTE, New York, xvII. CONTINENTAL CONGRESS, of American 547

466. colonies, XXIII. 737, 740, 743.

CONVOLVULUS BATATAS, vegetable, COOPER's Hill, Denham's poem, vil. 79. CONTINENTAL SYSTEM, of Napoleon, xix. 596; XXIV. 727.

COOPER'S OBSERVATORY,

Markree XVII. 212.

CONVULSIONS, in pathology, XVIII. Castle, Ireland, XVII. 711. CONTINUITY, Temporal, in psychology, 391.

COOPER'S WELL, spa, Mississippi, XX. 56.

CONWAY, town, Wales, vi. 330; river, U.S.A., XVI. 436. CONTOURS, in mapping, X. 210; XXII. V. 119.

COORDINATES, in geometry, X. 408; 709, 711.

- Lady, friend of Henry More, xvi. polar, x. 414; transformation of, in CONTRABAND, VI. 320; XXII. 185.

815.

surveying, XXII. 706. CONTRABASSOON, musical instrument, Conway's CABAL, against George COORDS, or Kurds (q.v.), tribes, Asia, XVII. 707 Washington, xxiv. 389.

XIV. 156. CONTRACT, in law, VI. 322; XXI. 205; Cony, of Scripture, XII. 599.

COORG, province, India, VI. 341. under Brehon law, IV. 253; in Roman CONYBEARE, John, English divine, vi. COORNHERT, Dirck Volckersten, Dutch law, XX. 675, 677, 692, 699; freedom 330.

writer, XII. 93. of, economic aspects of, xix. 360; of William Daniel, English geologist, COORONG, lake, South Australia, XXII. partnership, XVIII. 330. VI. 330.

284. CONTRACTIONS, in ancient MSS., Cook, Captain James, English navigator Coos Bay, town, Oregon, U.S.A., XVII, XVIII. 164.

and explorer, VI. 330; X. 189; his 824.

VI. 319.

COosH BEHAR, or Kuch Behar, state, XXIV. 5; in Michigan, U.S.A., XVI. CORAM, Thomas, English philanthropist, India, XIV. 152.

239; in Missouri, U.S.A., XVI. 525; VI. 388. Coor, water-fowl, vi. 341.

production of, XVI. 467; production CORANGAMITE, lake, Victoria, Australia, COOTE, Sir Eyre, British general, vi. 342. in England, viii. 229; production in XXIV. 216. COPAIBA, Balsam of, III. 293.

United States, XXIII. 816.

COR ANGLAIS, musical instrument, COPAL, resin, Vi. 342.

COPPERAS, mineral, VI. 352 ; XVI. XVII. 706. COPALINE, mineral, xvi. 428.

401.

CORANTYN, river, Guiana, XI. 250. COPAN, town, Honduras, Vi. 343; ruins COPPER-GLANCE, mineral, xvi. 391. CORARIO, Angelo (Pope Gregory XII.), of, 1. 693; XXIV. 758. COPPER MINING, XVI. 452.

XI. 178. COPARCENERS, in English law of in- COPPERNIN, English dwarf, vii. 568. CORAX, of Syracuse, rhetorician, xx. heritance, XIII. 77.

COPPERPLATE ENGRAVING, VIII. 439. 508. COPE, ecclesiastical vestment, VI. 463. COPPER PYRITES, mineral, xx. 129. CORAY, Adamantius, Greek scholar, vi.

E. D., on the classification of rep COPPER SMELTING, at Swansea, XXII. 388. tiles, XX. 438.

733.

CORAZON, mountain, Ecuador, VII. 645. —Sir John, English general, v. 426. COPPER WIRE, XXIV. 615.

CORBEIL, town, France, VI. 388; XXI. COPENHAGEN, capital of Denmark, vi. COPPET, Switzerland, Madame de Stael's

625. 343; population, XXIV. 771; IX. 614; residence, XXII. 439.

Gilles de, medieval writer on battle of (1801), XVII. 323; academy, COPPICE, or Copse, Culture of, 11. 319. medicine, xv. 806. 1. 73; libraries, xiv. 532, 549; news COPROLITES, Fossil, vi. 353; as manure, CORBEL, in architecture, II. 462. papers, XVII. 430; observatory, XVII. I. 348; XVIII. 818.

CORBIE MONASTERY, Picardy, Library 715; university, XXIII. 842.

COPRONYMUS (Constantine V.), Byzan of, XIV. 513. FIELDs, London, XIV. 828. tine emperor, XII. 713.

CORBIÈRES, mountains, France, XX. COPEPODA, group of crustaceans, VI. COPTIC CHURCH, Egypt, xx. 631.

125. 664; in Lankester's classification, XXIV. COPTIC LANGUAGE, VII. 721; XVIII. CORBILO (St Nazaire), ancient town, 813. 778; dictionaries of, vii. 192.

France, XXI. 187. COPERNICAN SYSTEM, II. 778.

COPTIC MONASTERY, Plan of a, I. II. CORBUEIL (Francis Villon), French poet, COPERNICIA CERIFERA, wax-yielding COPTOS, ancient town, Egypt, vi. 355. XXIV. 232; 1X. 647. palm, XVIII. 191.

COPts, Egyptian people, VI. 354; I. 260; CORBULO, Domitius, Roman commisCOPERNICUS, Nicolaus, German astro VII. 728.

sioner to the Parthians, XVIII. 602. nomer, VI. 346; his astronomical COPULATION, of animals, XX. 410. CORCHORUS, genus of plants, XIII. system, II. 752, 778; his theory of the COPYHOLD, land tenure, vi. 355; XIV. 798. earth’s rotation anticipated, VI. 729; 264; XX. 307; its relation to feu-CORCOBADO, island, Peru, XVIII. 671. on the lunar theory, xvi. 800; his dalism, ix. 122; surrender of, XXII. CORCYRA (Corfu), island, Greece, Vi. treatise on money, xix. 356; on trigo 692; copyhold rents, XX. 402.

395; XIII. 205; coins of, XVII. 641. nometry, XXIII. 562.

COPYRIGHT, VI. 356; xix. 710; inter- CORD, Manufacture of, xx. 845. COPro, mediæval writer on medicine, national, 1.720; English Acts relating CORDAY D'ARMANS, Marie Anne CharXV. 806. to, XIV. 541.

lotte, assassin of Marat, vi. 388; IX. COPIAPITE, mineral, xvi. 401. COQUEREL, Athanase Josué, French

606; XV. 527 COPIAPO, town, Chili, vi. 346.

Protestant theologian, vi. 367. CORDELIER, rope-spinning machine, xx. COPING, in architecture, 11. 462; iv. Athanase Laurent Charles, French 844. 464.

Protestant theologian, VI. 368. CORDELIERS, Franciscan monks, VI. 389; COPLEY, John Singleton, historical COQUES, Gonzalez, Flemish painter, Vi. IX. 698. painter, Vi. 347. 368.

French Revolutionists, VI. 389. John Singleton (Lord Lyndhurst), COQUET, river, Northumberland, Eng- CORDERIUS (Mathurin Cordier), French lord chancellor of England, xv. 106. land, xvII. 565.

writer, VI. 389; his Colloquies as a CÖPNICK, town, Prussia, XIV. 139. COQUILLA NUT, XVII. 665.

school book, XXI. 751. COPPER, metal, chemical element, vi. COQUILLART, Guillaume, early French CORDIALS, liqueurs, xiv. 686. 347; XVI. 382; chemistry of, v. 528; writer, ix. 648.

CORDIER, Mathurin, French writer, vi. cyanide of, xx. 23; sulphate of, xxII. COQUIMBITE, mineral, XVI. 401.

389; his Colloquies, XXI. 751. 637 ; sulphate in electrotyping, vil. COQUIMBO, province, Chili, v. 617. CORDIÈRE, La Belle (Louise Labé), 115; spectrum of, XXII. 376; strength CORA, Greek myth of, xvii. 127.

French poetess, IX. 651. of, XXII. 603; as a poison, xix, 278; (Cori), ancient town, Italy, Vi. 368; CORDIERITE, mineral, xvi. 418. constituent of brass, IV. 217; of temple at, II. 418.

CORDILLERAN SYSTEM, North America, bronze, iv. 366; as alloy of silver, CORACIAS, genus of birds, xx. 627. XXIII. 796. XXII. 71; in pig iron, XIII. 284; ores CORAIS, Adamantios, Greek scholar, XI. CORDILLERAS, of the Andes, 1. 670; II. of, XVI. 58; dressing of ores, XVI. 466; 151.

15; in Ecuador, vil. 644. deposits or mines in Australia, iii. CORAL ISLANDS AND REEFS, XIX. 420, CORDOBA, town, Argentine Republic, 109; in Bolivia, IV. 14; in Brazil, iv. 421; theories of their formation, vi.

VI. 390. 224; California, iv. 702; in Chili, v.

377; XVIII. 128.

CORDOVA, province, Spain, XXII. 298. 622; in China, v. 639; in Cuba, VI. CORALLIGENA, subdivision of Actinozoa, , town, Spain, Vi. 389; mosque at, 680 ; in Cyprus, VI. 747; in Cornwall, 1. 129.

XVI. 864; XXII. 310. England, VI. 425; in India, XII. 765; CORALLINE, dye, v. 86.

or Cordoba, town, Argentine Rein Ireland, XIII. 218; in Japan, XIII. CORAL ROCK, X. 238; in Kentucky, public, vi. 390; observatory at, XVII. 572; in Newfoundland, xvII. 384; in U.S.A., XIV. 42.

716. New South Wales, XVII. 409; in Phi- | CORALS, or Coral Animals, Vi. 369; I. town, Mexico, Vi. 390. lippine Islands, XVIII. 749; in Queens 129; fisheries, VI. 387; Italian fisheries, CORDUBA (Cordova), ancient town, land, xx. 173; in Russia, xxi. 85; XIII. 455.

Spain, Vi. 390.

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CORE, Magnetic, xv. 252.

CORMONTAIGNE, Louis de, French mili- | CORNO DI BASSETTO, musical instruCOREA, kingdom, Asia, VI. 390; language tary engineer, VI. 407.

ment, XVII. 708. of, xviii. 779; XXIV. 3; dictionaries CORMOPHYTA, division of vegetable CORNOUAILLES, Counts of, France, XX. of language, vii. 192. kingdom, III. 694.

181. COREGGIO, or Correggio, Antonio Al- CORMORANT, bird, vi. 407.

CORN-SALAD, vegetable, XII. 281. legri, Italian painter, Vi. 437; XXI. CORMORNE, musical instrument, xvII. CORN THRIPs, insect, XXIV. 534. 437, 443.

705.

CORN TRADE, British, vi. 413; early COREGONUS, genus of fishes, xi. 346; CORN, British trade in, VI. 413.

laws regarding, I. 298. XIX. 402, 650; XXI. 221, 223; XXIV. local thickening of the skin, XXII. CORNU, Roman trumpet, XXIII. 592. 137, 552.

, A., his simplification of diffraction CORELLI, Arcangelo, Italian musical Indian (Maize), XV. 309.

problems, xxiv. 444. composer, VI. 394; XVII. 93.

CORNALIA, Corpuscles of, parasites in CORNUS, genus of plants, VII. 342. CORENTIN, St, bishop of Cornouailles, silkworms, XXII. 59.

CORNUTUS, L. Annæus, Roman Stoic France, xx. 181.

CORNARIUS, Janus, German physician, philosopher, VI. 423; xvIII. 662. CORENZIO, Belisario, Greek Neapolitan XV. 808.

CORNWALL, county, England, vi. 424; painter, Vi. 395; XX. 532.

CORNARO, Luigi, Italian writer, VI. population and representation, XXIII. CORFU, island, Greece, VI. 395; XIII. 205; 417.

727; ancient remains, XXI. 51; Celtic town, VI. 396.

CORNAVII, ancient British tribe, xxi. language of, v. 298; Celtic literature, CORI, town, Italy, VI. 368.

648.

V. 323; fisheries, IX. 253; miracle plays CORIANDER, plant and fruit, VI. 396; CORNAY, Joseph Émile, on classification in, vii. 414; serpentine rocks of, XXI. XII. 289. of birds, XVIII. 29, 35.

683. CORIANDOLI, in Roman carnival, v. CORN-BRUISER, agricultural implement, CORNWALLIS, First Marquis, British 124. 1. 326.

general, vi. 428; in American War, CORIGLIANO, town, Italy, VI. 396. CORNBURY, Lord, governor of New XXIII. 744; governor-general of India, CORINGA, town, India, VI. 396.

Jersey, U.S.A., XVII. 398.

XII. 803, 805. CORINNA, Greek poetess, VI. 397.

CORN CRAKE, bird, vi. 543; XX. 222. CORNWALLITE, mineral, xvi. 405. CORINNE, Madame de Stael's novel, CORN-CRUSHER, agricultural imple- CORN WEEVIL, wheat pest, XXIV. XXII. 441. ment, 1. 326; primitive, IX. 343.

536. CORINTH, town, ancient Greece, Vi. 397; CORNEA, of the eye, VIII. 817; 1. 886; Coro, town, Venezuela, VI. 428. coins of, xvII. 642; slaves in, XXII. diseases of the, XVII. 781.

CORODY, Right of, obsolete prerogative 130; St Paul at, xvIII. 420.

CORNEILLE, Mont, France, xx. 118. of English crown, xix. 672. CORINTHIAN ARCHITECTURE, Greek Pierre, French dramatist, vi. 417; COROLLA, of plants, IV. 132. order, II. 407; Roman order, II. 415; VII. 424; IX. 658; XX. 206.

COROMANDEL COAST, India, VI. 428. inventor of the column in, Iv. 709.

Thomas, French dramatist, VI. 421; CORONA, envelope of the sun, VI. 428; CORINTHIANS, Epistles to the, Vi. IX. 658; his Dictionnaire des Arts et XXII. 645, 647; II. 789; XI. 398; XIV. 399; XVIII. 421. des Sciences, VIII. 194.

597; XXIV. 435. Third Epistle to the, apocryphal CORNELIA, mother of the Gracchi, vi. CORONADO, F. Vasquez de, Spanish exbook, XVIII. 423. 421.

plorer, XVII. 309, 401. CORIOLANUS, Caius Marcius, Roman CORNELIUS, Peter von, German painter, CORONATION, VI. 429. patrician, Vi. 401. VI. 421; XIV. 16.

ISLAND, Antarctic Ocean, XVII. Shakespeare's play, XXI. 764.

O'Dowd (Charles Lever), Papers 407. CORIOLI, ancient town, Italy, VI. 402. by, XIV. 486.

OATH, England, XVII. 701. CORITANI, early British tribe, xiv. 655; CORNELLI, Vincenzo Maria, his Biblio- CORONEA, Greece, Battle of (394 B.C.), XVII. 556. teca Universale, VIII. 195.

XXIII. 229. CORK, bark of tree, VI. 402; formation CORNELL UNIVERSITY, at Ithaca, New CORONELLI, Vincenzio, Italian geograof, XII. 17; the tree, xvII. 694; in York, U.S.A., XXIII. 857.

pher, Vi. 430. Portugal, xix. 538; in Tunis, xxIII. CORNET, musical instrument, xxiv. CORONER, officer of the law, VI. 430. 620.

787; IX. 351.

CORONER'S JURY, XIII. 786. , county, Ireland, vi. 402; popula- CORNETO, town, Italy, Vi. 423; VIII. CORONET, in heraldry, XI. 711; ducal, tion and representation, XXIII. 727. 634.

VII. 519. , town, Ireland, Vi. 405; library, CORN FLOUR, XV. 310.

COROT, Jean Baptiste Camille, French XIV. 524; observatory, XVII. 711; CORNHERT, Theodore, Dutch writer, Vi. painter, VI. 431. Queen's College at, XXIII. 855.

423.

Corozo Nut, or Vegetable Ivory, XIII. Earl of (Richard Boyle), English CORNICE, in architecture, II. 462.

525; XVII. 664. statesman, iv. 183.

CORNISH DIALECT, V. 298; dictionaries CORPANCHO, Manuel Nicolas, Peruvian AND ORRERY, Earl of (John Boyle), of, vii. 188.

poet, XVIII. 676. English writer, IV. 183.

CORNISH LITERATURE, ancient, v. CORPI SANTI, suburb of Milan, Italy, CORKWING, fish, xxiv. 686.

323.

XVI. 290. CORLEAR, early Dutch settler, New CORN-LAW RHYMES, by Elliott, viii. CORPORAL PUNISHMENT, Law of, XXIII. York, XVII. 454. 149.

465. CORLEONE, town, Italy, VI. 406. CORN LAWS, English, vi. 408; 1x. 754; CORPORA QUADRIGEMINA, CORPORA CORLISS STEAM - ENGINE, XX. 507,

their effect on agriculture, I. 304; STRIATA, in the brain, I. 872; XIX. 514.

agitation against, VIII. 366; repeal of, 37. CORM, of plants, IV. 98; XX. 423.

VI. 84; XVIII. 457.

CORPORATION,

432; in United CORMAC, Irish king, XIII. 246. CORN-MILDEW, XVI. 293.

States, XXIII. 785.
CORMENIN, Vicomte de, French jurist, CORNO, Monte, Italy, 11. 170; XIII. CORPORATION-SOLE, XVIII. 296.
VI. 406.

437.

CORPULENCE, VI. 435; in pathology,

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