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CONCORDANCE, verbal index, v1. 240; of the Bible, by Calasio, IV. 653; by Cruden, VI. 621.

CONCORDAT, papa1 agreement, И. 241; ххш. 531; Austrian, abolished, III. 141 ; with Napoleon, XVII. 205; of Worms (1122), XIX. 500.

CONCORDIA, Roman goddess, 111. 243.

_, Lombard league, XIII. 473.

_, town, Italy, VI. 243.

_, town, Namaqualand, Africa, XVII. 168.

CONCORDs, Musical, XVII. 82.

CONCRETE, substitute for stone, VI. 243; in building, Iv. 453, 456; Roman, хх. 808.

CONCUBINAGE, VI. 243; XV. 569.

COND, Irish king, XIII. 245.

CONDAMINE, Charles Marie de la, French geographer and mathematician, хш. 193; his South-American explorations, X. 189 ; measuring arc of meridian, VII. 598.

CONDATE (Libourne), ancient town, France, XIV. 509.

_ (Rennes), ancient town, France, хх. 401.

CONDÉ, town, France, VI. 244.

_, Princes of, France, VI. 244.

, Louis, Prince of (Condé the Great), VI. 245; IX. 571; his relations with Turenne, XXIII. 626.

—‚ Louis de Bourbon, Prince of, v1. 24 5.

, Louis Henry Joseph, duke of Bourbon, VI. 248.

CONDE, José Antonio, Spanish Orientalist, VI. 248.

CONDENSATION, of gaseous bodies, И. 311; vII. 217; vIII. 727; of steam, XXII. 487.

CONDENSED MILK, XVI. 304.

CONDENSER, in distillation, vII. 261.

_, Electric, VIII. 34.

_, Steam-engine, XXII. 513, 518.

CONDER, Josiah, English writer, и. 249.

CONDESCENDENCE, in Scots law, XIX. 220.

CONDE-SUR-NOIREAU, town, France, v1. 244.

CONDICTION, in Roman law, XX. 683.

CONDILLAC, Étienne Bonnot de, French philosopher, VI. 249; IX. 669; on the association of ideas, II. 732; his logic, XIV. 794; on logical analysis, I. 797.

CONDITIONED, Hami1ton’s philosophy ofthe, XI. 418.

CONDIVICENUM (Nantes), ancient town, France, XVII. 173.

Соывоыпвш, Gabriel (Pope Eugenius IV.), VIII. 663.

CONDOM, town, France, v1. 25 3.

CONDOR, bird, И. 253; XxIv. 302; in Chili, v. 623.

CONDORCET, Marquis de, French philosopher and politician, ш. 254; Ix. 667.

CONDORE, India, Battle of, и. 11.

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CONDOTTIERI, Italian mercenary troops, v1. 256; XIII. 477.

CONDUCTION, Electric, vIII. 4, 4I, 106.

_, Electrolytic, vII. 219; VIII. 106.

_ OF HEAT, XI. 577; хх. 212.

CONDUCTIVITY, Electric, vIII. 52.

_, Thermal, XI. 578, 586.

_ BOXES, Electric, vIII. 45.

CONDUCTOR, Lightning, хш. 633.

CONDUIT, in Water-works, XXIV. 408.

CONDURRITE, mineral, XVI. 393.

CONDYLOPODA, or Arthropoda, II. 271, 647.

Сома, In geometry, VI. 282; х. 417; XXII. 668; mensuration of, XVI. 25. _, On the Section of the, Serenus’s

work, XXI. 675.

CONECTE, Thomas, French monk and preacher, VI. 256.

CONEGLIANO, town, Italy, ш. 2 56.

CONEN DE PRÉPÉAN, French stenographer, XXI. 841.

CONEPATL, skunk of Central America, XXII. 126.

CONEY, islet, Sligo, Ireland, XXII. 159.

_- ISLAND, Village, Long Island, New York, U.S.A., XIV. 866.

CONFARREATIO, form of Roman Inarriage, VI. 256; XX. 671.

CONFECTIONERY, vI. 256.

CONFEDERATE STATES, of America, XXIII. 773.

CONFEDERATION, German, III. 135; X. 505.

_ OF THE RHINE, III. 133; v111.363; XVII. 210; its dissolution, ххш. 220.

CONI-‘EDERATIONS, Political, IX. 62.

CONFERENCE, in diplomacy, VI. 269.

CONFEssIO, in early Christian architecture, VI. 667; XX. 834.

CONFEssION, of sin, и. 257; its place in the Eastern, Latin, and Lutheran Churches, XVIII. 487.

CONFEssIONAL, v1. 2 58.

CONEESSION OF FAITH, Westminster, v1. 558; XXI. 503.

CONFEssIONs, Rousseau’s, XXI. 16.

_- OF AN ENGLISH OPIUM~EATER, De Quincey’s work, VII. 102.

_ OF FAITH, or Creeds, и. 558.

CONFESSOR, v1. 2 58.

CONFIRMATION, ecclesiastical rite, v1. 2 58.

CONFLAGRATIONS, 1х. 233.

CONFLANs, France, Treaty of (1465), 1х. 552.

CONsUCIUs, Chinese sage, V1. 258; his doctrines, V. 662, 671; XX. 363; his relation to Mencius, XVI. 3; temple of, at Shanghai, II. 448.

CONGÉ D’ÉLIRE, mandate for election of a bishop, VI. 265.

CONGER-EEL, fish, v11. 693.

CONGLETON, town, England, 111. 265.

_, Lord, chancellor of Irish exchequer, VI. 265.

CONGLOMERATE, rock, X. 237.

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CONGO, country, West Africa, VI. 266.

_, or Zaire, river, Africa, XXIV. 763; I. 254; exploration of, X. 192.

_ FREE STATE, Central Africa, XXII. 144; XXIV. 765.

_ LANGUAGES, group of Ваши dialects, XXIV. 828.

CONGOU TEA, XXIII. 99.

CONGREGATIO DE PROPAGANDA FIDE, XVI. 514.

CONGREGATION, Christian, early Organization of, XIX. 675.

, Lords of the, Scotland, XXI. 501.

, University, XXIII. 835.

_ OF THE ORATORY, Rome, XVII. 347

CONGREGATIONALIsTs, religious denomination, И. 268 ; XII. 722; American, in relation to Unitarianisin, XXIII. 726.

CONGREGATIONS, administrative bureaus of Roman Catholic Church, XX. 629.

CONGRESS, in diplomacy, v1. 269; of Münster or Westphalia (1643-1648), III. 268; of Vienna (1815), III. 135, 270

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_, of the United States, its constitu?

tion, XXIII. 749 ; first meeting of, хил. 741.

_, American Continental, XXIII. 737, 740, 743‘

CONGREvE, Sir William, inventor of the rocket, VI. 272.

_, William, English dramatist, VI. 271; VII. 436; VIII. 424.

CONGRUENCE, in geometry, XXII. 670.

CONI, town, Italy, VI. 272.

CONIC SECTIONS, or Conics, v1. 273; X. 395; projection of, XIX. 798.

CONIDIA, reproductive organs in plants, IX. 829; хх. 424.l

CONIFERIE, order of trees, II. 315, 321; 1X. 222; XIX. 102; XXIV. 131.

CONINE, vegetable alkaloid, XI. 647.

CONINGTON, John, English scholar, VI, 284.

CONISBROUGH CASTLE, Yorkshire, England, XXIV. 749.

CONISTON OLD MAN, mountain, England, XIV. 252.

CONIUM, genus of plants, X1. 646; XvII. 232.

Сопла/121211111, tomi, India, v1. 285.

CONJUNCTIONS, in grammar, XI. 41.

CONJUNCTIvITIs, eye disease, XVII. 780.

CONJURING, by tricks and illusions, XIV. 414; XV. 207.

CONNAUGHT, province, Ireland, VI. 285; area and population of, XIII. 215; first mention of, XIII. 246.

CONNECTICUT, State, U.S.A., и. 285; ххш. 748; population, XXIII. 802; original colony of, XXIII. 730, 731.

CONNELLITE, mineral, XVI. 385.

CONNEMARA, district, Ireland, v1. 289;

X. 55.

CONNOR, Bernard, English physiologist, VI. 289.

CONNUBIUM, or Conubium, form of Roman marriage, XV. 568; XX. 671.

CONOIDS, Archimedes on, II. 380.

CONOLLY, John, English physician, v1. 289.

CONOMEDUS/E, order of Hydrozoa, X11. 559

CONON, Athenian general, VI. 289; as ally of the Persians, XVIII. 577.

_, (Leo IIL), emperor of the East, XIV. 452'

_ of Samos, his record of eclipses, II. 748~

CONOTEUTIIIS, genus of Mollusca, XVI. 671.

CONQUEST, in Scots law, XIII. 77.

_ OF MEXICO, History of the, by Prescott, XIX. 703.

_ or TREBIZOND, romance, XX. 65 3.

CONQUÉTE DE CONSTANTINOPLE, Villehardouin’s, XXIV. 229.

CONRAD l., king of Germany, X. 482.

_ II., emperor, X. 486; his influence in Rome, XX. 790.

_ lll., emperor, X. 489.

_ lV., emperor, X. 492.

_ of Montferrat, crusader, XX. 54o; XXIII. 161.

_ of Würzburg, German poet, X. 524.

CONRADIN, king of Sicily, VI. 289; XXII. 27.

CONRART, Valentin, first secretary of the French Academy, VI. 290.

CONSALVI, Ercole, Italian cardinal and statesman, VI. 290.

CONSANGUINITY, or Kindred, V1. 291; systems Of reckoning it, IX. 22; closeness of, in relation to deaf-muteism, VII. 4.

CONSCIENCE, or Moral Sense, вписав doctrine of, IV. 587; Hutcheson’s, XII. 409; Shaftesbury’s, XXI. 733. Sec also article Ethics.

_, Hendrik, Flemish writer, XII. 98.

CONSCIENTIOUSNESS, in phrenology, XVIII. 845.

CONSCIOUSNESS, in metaphysics, XVI. 92; states of, хх. 38; physiology of, XIX. 20, 4I ; Christian, VII. 336 ; Cousins’s theory of, VI. 525 ; Descartes’s, V. 142; Hamilton’s, XI. 417; Locke’s, XIV. 7 58.

CONSCRIPTION, Military, II. 565, 566; its effect on emigration, VIII. 175.

CONSECRATION, VI. 291.

CONSEIL DE PRUD’IIOIIIMES, tribunal of employers and employed, XIV. 173; at Paris, XVIII. 286.

CONSENSUS SANDOMIRII-:NSIS, church congress (1570), XXI. 2 59.

CONSERVATION OF ENERGY, VIII. 208; XVIII. 5 53.

CONSERVATISM, as influenced by the Renaissance, XX. 394.

CONSERVATIVE PARTY, British, XXIV. 540

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CONSERVATOIRE DES ARTS ET DES MÉTIERS, Paris, XVIII. 281.

CONSERVATORY, Garden, XII. 222.

_, Or Conservatoire, Musical, VI. 291; XVII. 83.

CONSIDERATION, in legal contracts, VI.

322.

CONSISTOIRE, French Presbyterian court., XIX. 693.

CONSISTORIAL CONGREGATION, of Church of Rome, XX. 629. CONSISTORIAUX, section of French

Prcsbyterians, XIX. 694.

CONSISTORY, ecclesiastical council, VI. 292.

COURT, Canterbury, II. 37o.

CONSIVA, or Ops, Roman goddess, XXI. 321.

CONSOLATIONOR PHILOSOPHY, Boetius’s work, III. 857.

CONSOLATIONS AGAINST THE FEAR OF DEATH, Drelincourt’s work, VII. 468.

CONSOLE, in architecture, II. 462.

CONSOLIDATION ACTS, English, VI. 292.

CONSOLS, British Government annuities, v1. 293; XVII. 245.

CONSONANCE, Musical, XVII. 105.

CONSONANTS, Pronunciation of, XXII. 385.

CONSPIRACY, in law, VI. 293; in relation to trade unions, XXIII. 500.

CONSTAIILE, ofiicer of the peace, v1. 294.

_, Lord High, of England, XXII. 459; XXI. 36.

, Archibald, Scottish publisher, VI.

295; VIII. 201.

, Henry, English poet, VI. 29 5.

_, John, English painter, VI. 296.

CONSTABULARY, police force, XIX. 332; in Ireland, XIII. 239.

CONSTANCE, town, Baden, Germany, VI. 297; congress of Old Catholics at (1873), XVII. 755; council of (1414-18), X. 55o; XII. 405; XIII. 712; XIX. 502; XX. 320, 805; peace of (1183), XIII. 474

_, Lake of, Switzerland, VI. 297; XIV. 217; XX. 519; XXII. 776.

_ of Aquitaine, wife of Robert l. of

. France, IX. 536.

CONSTANT DE REBECQUE, Henri Benjamin, French philosopher and economist, V1. 297; IX. 673; XVIII. 223; XXII. 799; on the philosophy of caste, v. 187, 189.

CONSTANTIANA (Kustendje), ancient town, Roumania, XIV. 162.

CONSTANTINA, town, Spain, XXI. 708.

CONSTANTINE, town, Algeria, И. 298.

_ l., the Great, Roman emperor, v1. 298; XI. 110; XX. 778; cross in the sky, seen by, XI. 399.

V. (Copronymus), Byzantine em

peror, XII. 713.

Vl., Byzantine emperor, XIII. 274.

_ VII. (Porphyrogenitus), Byzantine

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emperor, VI. 301; his encouragement of literature, IV. 613; XI. 145.

CONSTANTINE XIII. (Palseologus), Byzantine emperor, XVIII. 166.

_, emperor of Gaul, Spain, and Britain, VI. 301.

_ I-Il., kings of Scotland, XXI. 478.

_, missionary to the Шаха, XVI. 194.

_, bishop of Harran, Syriac writer, XXII. 841.

_, Basilica of, at Rome, III. 414; XX. 826.

_ BRANCOVAN, voivode of Walachia, XXI. I7.

_ PAVLOVICH, Russian prince, VI. 302; XVII. 485.

SYLVANUS, founder of the Paulicians, XVIII. 433.

CONSTANTINOPLE, capital of Turkey, VI. 302; founding of, XI. III; XX. 778; council of (381), XXIII. 259; repulse of Moslems at (717), XVI. 574; taken by the Crusaders (1204), VI. 629, 803; by the Turks (1453), XVII. 484; XXIII. 642; Renaissance dates from its capture, XX. 381 ; aqucducts, II. 221; cemeteries, V. 331; ancient libraries, XIV. 512 ; newspapers, XVII. 432; plague in, XIX. 166; its suburb, Scutari, XXI. 573.

_, province, Turkey in Europe, XXIII. 653.

_, Era of, V. 714.

CONSTANTINUS CEPIIALAS, compiler of an anthology, II. 103.

CONSTANTIUS I., Flavius Valerius, Roman emperor, VI. 309; XX. 777; in Scotland, XXI. 472.

_ ll., Flavius Julius, Roman emperor, хш. 768; XX. 778. '

CONSTANTS, Mathematical, Tables of, XXIII. I3.

_, Tidal, XXIII. 366.

CONSTELLATIONS, groups of stars, II. 816; XXIV. 791.

CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY, of France, IX. 598.

CONSTITUTION, and Constitutional Law, VI. 309.

CONSTITUTIONAI. HISTORY OF ENGLAND, Hallam's, XI. 393.

CONSTITUTIONALISIII, Mettcrniclŕs opposition to, XVI. 201.

CONSTITUTIONNEL, Le, Paris paper, XVII. 426.

CONSTITUTION OF BODIES, v1. 310.

CONSTITUTION or ENGLAND, lolme’s work, VII. 5I.

CONSTITUTION OF MAN, Combe’s work,
VI. 180.

CONSTITUTIONS, Apostolic,
Christian work, 11. 195, 196-

, of Justinian, XIII. 793; хх. 712

_- OE CLARENDON, VIII. 372.

CONSTRAINT, in mechanics, xv. 678

CONSTRUCTION, Principles of, in buildlng’ Iv’ 447‘

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early CoNsTRucTrvENEss, in phrenology, XVIII. 845. CONSUIISTANTIATION, Eucharistical

doctrine, VIII. 653; XV. 85; taught by Occam, XVII. 718. CONSUEGRA, town, Spain, v1. 313. CONSUETUDE, in Roman law, хх. 698. CONsUL, commercial and legal oñicer in foreign country, VI. 315; British, precedence of, XIX. 667. _, Roman magistrate, VI. 313; хх. 735 738, 771, 785; in the Provinces

XIX. 885.

CONSULATE, French, IX. 612; XVII. 203.

_ OF THE SEA, Book ofthe, VI. 317; XXI. 584.

CONsULs, The Three, in France

(1799—1800), 1х. 612; XVII. 203.

CONSUMPTION, pulmonary disease, XVIII. 405, 855.

CONTADES, Louis G. É., French marshal, IX. 589.

CONTAGION, or Infectiveness, in pathology, XVIII. 401; in case of the plague, XIX. 161.

CONTAGIOL'S DIsEAsEs
ACTS, British, XX. 158.

CONTANGO, stock exchange term, I. 92;
XXII. 557.

CONTARINI, Ambrogio, Venetian envoy to Persia, XVIII. 633.

_, Andrea, doge of Venice, XXIV. 144.

CONTÉ, Nicolas Jacques, French pencilmaker, XVIII. 490.

CONTEMPT or COURT, offence, v1. 318.

CONTES, La Fontaines, XIV. 205.

­­­­ DROLATIQUES, Balzac’s, III. 305.

CONTI, Prince of (Armand de Bourbon), VI. 319.

_, Gregorio (Victor IV., antipope), XXIV. 213.

_, Lothario (Pope Innocent IIL), XIII. 82.

_, Michael Angelo (Pope Innocent XIII), XIII. 86.

_, Nicolo, Italian traveller, X. 179.

CONTIGUITV, in mental association, II. 733»

CONTINENTAL CONGREss, of American colonies, XXIII. 737, 740, 743.

CONTINENTAL SYSTEM, of Napoleon, XVII. 212.

CONTINUITY, Temporal, in psychology, XX. 56.

CONTOURs, in mapping, X. 210; XXII. 709, 711~

CONTRABAND, v1. 320; XXII. 185.

CONTRABASSOON, musical instrument, XVII. 707.

CONTRACT, in law, v1. 322; XXI. 205; under Brehon law, IV. 253; 111 Roman law, Xx. 675, 677, 692, 699; freedom of, economic aspects of, XIX. 360; of partnership, XVIII. 33o.

CONTRAcTIONs, in ancient MSS., XVIII. 164.

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CONTRAST, in mental association, II. 733

CONTRASTO, lOve-song,
d’Alcamo, XIII. 499.
CONTREXÉVILLE, spa, France, XVI. 433.
CONTRIBUTORV NEGLIGENCE, in law,

XVII. 316; XXIII. 455.

CONTROL DEPARTMENT, British army, II. 581.

CONTUBERNIUM, in Roman marriage law, XV. 568.

CONTUCCI, Andrea, Florentine sculptor, XXI. 295.

CONTUSION, in surgery, XXII. 681, 686.

CONUBIUM, form of Roman marriage, xv. 568; хх. 671.

CONUNDRUM, ига-103111111: pun, xx. 549

CONURUS, genus of birds, XVIII. 322.

CONVECTION, mode of transference of heat, XX. 212.

CONVENT, or Conventual Establishment, I. 10; XVI. 700; Lament, in Tibet, XIV. 499.

CONVENTICLE ACT, of 1664, in England, VIII. 348; XIX. 690; of 1670, х1х. 690; хх. 149.

CONVENTION, French National (1792), 1х. 604.

_, International, defined, XXIII. 530.

_ Or PHILADELPHIA (1787), ххш. 748.

CONVENTUALS, order of monks, IX. 699.

CONvERsANO, Imm, Italy, VI. 324.

CONVERsATIONs-LEXICON, of Brockhaus, VIII. 203.

CONVERSION AND TROVER, in law, XXIII. 589.

CONVEVANCING, in law, VI. 324.

CONVICTS, Treatment of, XIX. 747; on ticket of leave, VI. 590; agitation against, in Cape Colony, V. 45.

CONVITO, Dantes work, VI. 814; XIII. 502.

CONVIVIUIII sEU LAPITrI/E, dialogue, XV. 44.

CONVOCATION, of Church of England, VI. 325; VIII. 380.

CONVOLVULIN, vegetable resin, XIII. 547

CONVOLVULUs BATATAS,
XIX. 596; XXIV. 727.

Сом/111510115, 111 pathology, XVIII. 391

CONwAV, town, Wales, VI. 33o; river, V. 119.

_, Lady, friend of Henry More, XVI. 815.

CONWAY’S CABAL, against George Washington, XXIV. 389.

CONV, of Scripture, XII. 599.

CONYBEARE, John, English divine, VI. 330.

_, William Daniel, English geologist, VI. 330.

COOK, Captain James, English navigator and explorer, VI. 33o; X. 189; his

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Lucian’s

Vegetable,

discoveries in Australasia, III. 104; his Arctic and Antarctic explorations, XIX. 319, 329; his exploration of New Zealand, XVII. 471; of Tahiti, XXIII. 24.

COOK, Prof., meteorological spectroscopist, XX. 256.

_, Mount, New Zealand, XVII. 466.

COOKE, Thomas, telescope-maker, XXIII. 149; his micrometers, XVI. 244.

_, Sir W. F., his contributions to telegraphy, XXIII. 113.

COOKERV, VI. 331.

COOKING STOVES, XXII. 579.

Соок'з ISLANDS, Or Harvey Archipelage, South Pacific, VI. 331.

COOXsTOwN, town, Ireland, XXIII. 713.

Соок STRAIT, New Zealand, XVII. 467.

COOKTowN, town, Queensland, хх. 172.

COOXWORTIIY, William, English potter, XIX. 642.

COOLIE, or Cooly, Asiatic labourer, VI. 333; coolie emigration, VIII. 175.

COOLING, Newtoiŕs law of, хх. 129.

COOLY (Coolie), Asiatic labourer, VI. 332; VIII. 175.

COOMASSIE, capital of Ashantee, West Africa, 111. 336; 11. 681.

COOMPTAI-I, or Kumpta, town, India, XIV. 15 5.

COOPER, Abraham, English painter, VI. 336

_, Anthony Ashley, three earls of Shaftesbury, XXI. 727, 731, 734.

_, Sir Astley Paston, English surgeon, VI. 336.

——, Charles Henry, English historiographer, VI. 337.

_, James Fenimore, American novelist, VI. 337; 1. 725.

_, John, English musician, XVII. 87.

COOPERAGE, handicraft, 111. 338.

Co-OPERATION, VI. 338, 218; XIV. 321; productive and distributive, XXII. 210; agricultural, its results, I. 416; Рош'1ег’5 system, IX. 489.

CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES, in Russia, XXI. 84.

COOPER INSTITUTE, New York, XVII. 466.

COOPER’s HILL, Denhanrs poem, v11. 79.

CoOPE_R’s OBSERVATORV, Markree Castle, Ireland, XVII. 711.

COOPER’S WELL, spa, Mississippi, U.S.A., XVI. 436.

COORDINATES, in geometry, х. 408; polar, X. 414; transformation of, in surveying, XXII. 706.

COORDS, or Kurds (q.v.), tribes, Asia, XIV. 156.

COORG, province, India, VI. 341.

COORNHERT, Dirck Volckersten, Dutch writer, XII. 93.

COORONG, lake, South Australia, XXII. 284.

Coos BAV, tovm, Oregon, U.S.A., XVII. 824.

COOSH BEHAR, or Kuch Behar, state, India, XIV. 152.

COOT, water-fowl, VI. 341.

соотв, Sir Eyre, British general, v1. 342.

COPAIBA, Balsam of, III. 293.

COPAI., resin, V1. 342.

COPALINE, mineral, XVI. 428.

COPAN, town, Honduras, VI. 343; ruins of, 1.693; XXIV. 758.

COPARCENERS, in English law of inheritance, XIII. 77.

COPE, ecclesiastical vestment, VI. 463.

_, E. D., on the classification of rcptiles, XX. 438.

_, Sir John, English general, V. 426.

COPENHAGEN, capital of Denmark, V1. 343; population, XXIV. 771; IX. 614; battle of (1801), XVII. 323; academy, I. 73; libraries, XIV. 532, 549; newspapeIs, XVII. 43o; observatory, XVII. 715; university, XXIII. 842.

_ FIELDS, London, XIV. 828.

COPEPODA, group of crustaceans, VI. 664; in Lankestel'sclassiiication, XXIV. 813.

COPERNICAN SYSTEM, 11. 778.

COPERNICIA CERIFERA, wax-yielding palm, XVIII. 191.

COPERNICUS, Nicolaus, German astronomer, VI. 346; his astronomical system, II. 752, 778; his theory of the earth's rotation anticipated, VI. 729; on the lunar theory, XVI. 800; his treatise on money, XIX. 356 ; on trigonometry, XXIII. 562.

COPIIO, mediaeval writer on medicine, XV. 806.

COPIAPITE, mineral, XVI. 401.

COPIAPO, town, Chili, VI. 346.

COPING, in architecture, II. 462; IV. 464.

COPLEY, John Singleton, historical painter, V1. 347.

, John Singleton (Lord Lyndhurst), lord chancellor of England, XV. 106.

COPNICX, town, Prussia, XIV. 139.

COPPER, metal, chemical element, VI. 347; XVI. 382; chemistry of, V. 528; cyanide of, XX. 23; sulphate of, XXII. 637; sulphate in eleetrotyping, VIII. 115; spectrum of, XXII. 376; strength of, XXII. 603; as a poison, XIX. 278; constituent of brass, IV. 217 ; of bronze, IV. 366; as alloy of silver, XXII. 71; in pig iron, XIII. 284; ores of, XVI. 58; dressing of ores, XVI. 466; deposits Or mines in Australia, III. 109; in Bolivia, IV. 14; in Brazil, IV. 224; California, IV. 702; in Chili, V. 622; in China, V. 639; in Cuba, VI. 680; in Cyprus, V1. 747; in Cornwall, England, VI. 425; in India, XII. 765; in Ireland, XIII. 218; in Japan, XIII. 572; in Newfoundland, XVII. 384; in New South Wales, XVII. 409; in Philippine Islands, XVIII. 749; in Queens

ч land, XX. 173; in Russia, XXI. 85;

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XXIV. 5; in Michigan, U.S.A., XVI. 239; in Missouri, U.S.A., XVI. 525; production of, XVI. 467; production in England, VIII. 229; production in United States, XXIII. 816.

COPPERAS, mineral, VI. 401.

COPPER-GLANCE, mineral, XVI. 391.

COPPER MINING, XVI. 452.

COPPERNIN, English dwarf, VII. 568.

COPPERPLATE ENGRAVING, VIII. 439.

COPPER PYRITES, mineral, XX. 129.

COPPER SMELTING, at Swansea, XXII. 733

COPPER WIRE, XXIV. 615.

COPPET, Switzerland, Madame de Stael's residence, XXII. 439.

COPPICE, or Copse, Culture of, II. 319.

COPROLITES, Fossil, VI. 353; as manure, I. 348; XVIII. 818.

COPRONYMUS (Constantine ХЕ), Byzantine emperor, XII. 713.

COPTIC CHURCH, Egypt, XX. 631.

COPTIC LANGUAGE, VII. 721 ; XVIII. 778 ; dictionaries of, VII. 192.

COPrIC MONASTERY, Plan of a, 1. 11.

CORTOS, ancient town, Egypt, V1. 355.

COPTS, Egyptian people, VI. 354; I. 260; VII. 728.

COPULATION, of animals, XX. 410.

COPYHOLD, land tenure, VI. 355; XIV. 264; XX. 307; its relation to feudalism, IX. 122; surrender of, XXII. 692; copyhold rents, XX. 402.

COPYRIGHT, VI. 356; XIX. 710; international, I. 720; English Acts relating to, XIV. 541.

COQUEREL, Athanase Josué, French Protestant theologian, V1. 367.

_, Athanase Laurent Charles, French Protestant theologian, VI. 368.

COQUES, Gonzalez, Flemish painter, VI. 368.

COQUET, river, Northumberland, England, XVII. 565.

COQUILLA NUT, XVII. 665.

COQUILLART, Guillaume, early French writer, IX. 648. ,

COQUIMBITE, mineral, XVI. 401.

COQUIMBO, province, Chili, V. 617.

CORA, Greek myth of, XVII. 127.

_ (Cori), ancient town, Italy, VI. 368; temple at, II. 418.

CORAcIAs, genus of binls, XX. 627.

CORAIS, Adamantios, Greek scholar, XI. 151.

CORAL ISLANDS AND REEFS, XIX. 420, 421; theories of their formation, V1. 377; XVIII. 128.

CORALLIGENA, subdivision of Actinozoa, I. 129.

CORALLINE, dye, v. 86.

CORAL ROCK, X. 238; in Kentucky, U.S.A., XIV. 42.

CORALS, or Coral Animals, V1. 369; 1. 129; fisheries, VI. 387; Italian fisheries, X111. 455.

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CORAM, Thomas, English philanthropist, v1. 388.

CORANGAMITE, lake, Victoria, Australia, XXIV. 216.

COR ANGLAIS, musical instrument, XVII. 706.

CORANTYN, river, Guiana, X1. 2 50.

CORARIO, Angelo (Pope Gregory хп.), XI. 178.

CORAX, of Syracuse, rhctorician, XX. 508.

Сонм’, Adamantius, Greek scholar, VI. 388.

CORAZON, mountain, Ecuador, VII. 645.

CORBEIL, town, France, VI. 388; XXI. 62 5.

_, Gilles de, mediaeval writer on medicine, XV. 806.

CORIIEL, in architecture, 11. 462.

CORIIIE MONASTERY, Picardy, Library of, XIV. 513.

CORBIERES, mountains, France, XX. 125.

CORBILO (St Nazaire), ancient town, France, XXI. 187.

CORBUEIL (Francis Villon), French poet, XXIV. 232; Ix. 647.

CORBULO, Doniitius, Roman commissioner to the Ран-111121115, XVIII. 602. CORCHORUS, genus of plants, XIII.

798

CORcOsADO, island, Peru, XVIII. 671. CORCYRA (Corfu), island, Greece, VI. 395; XIII. 205; coins of, XVII. 64I.

CORD, Manufacture of, XX. 845.

Соком D’ ARMANS, Marie Anne Charlotte, assassin of Marat, VI. 388; IX. 606; XV. 527.

CORDELIER, rope-spinning machine, XX. 844.

CORDELIERS, Franciscan monks, VI. 389; 1x. 698.

_, French Revolutionists, VI. 389.

CORDERIUS (Mathurin Cordier), French writer, VI. 389; his Colloquies as a school book, XXI. 751.

CORDIALS, liqueurs, XIV. 686.

CORDIER, Mathurin, French Writer, VI. 389; his Colloquies, XXI. 751.

CORDIERE, La Belle (Louise Labé), French poetess, IX. 651.

CORDIERITE, mineral, XVI. 418.

CORDILLERAN SYSTEM, North America, XXIII. 796.

CORDILLERAS, of the Andes, 1.670; II. I 5; in Ecuador, V11. 644.

CORDOBA, town, Argentine Republic, v1. 390.

CORDOVA, province, Spain, ххп. 298.

_, town, Spain, VI. 389; mosque at, XVI. 864; XXII. 310.

__, 0r Cordoba, town, Argentine Republic, v1, 390; Observatory at, XVII. 716.

_, town, Mexico, VI. 390. _

CORDOBA (Cordova), ancIent town, Spain, VI. 390.

CORE, Magnetic, xv. 2 52.

COREA, kingdom, Asia, VI. 390; language of, XVIII. 779; XXIV. 3; dictionaries of language, VII. 192.

COREGGIO, or Correggio, Antonio Allegri, Italian painter, VI. 437; XXI. 437, 443

COREGONUS, genus of fishes, XI. 346; XIX. 402, 650; XXI. 221, 223; XXIV. l37» 552

CORELLI, Arcangelo, Italian musical composer, VI. 394; XVII. 93.

CORENTIN, St, bishop of Cornouailles, France, хх. 181.

CORENZIO, Belisario, Greek Neapolitan painter, VI. 395; XX. 532.

CORFU, island, Greece, v1. 395; XIII. 205; town, VI. 396.

CORI, town, Italy, VI. 368.

CORIANDER, plant and fruit, VI. 396; XII. 289.

CORIANDOLI, in Roman carnival, v. 124.

CORIGLIANO, town, Italy, VI. 396.

CORINGA, town, India, v1. 396.

CORINNA, Greek poetess, VI. 397.

CORINNE, Madame de StaePs novel, XXII. 441.

CORINTI-I, town, ancient Greece, VI. 397; coins of, XVII. 642; slaves in, XXII. 130; St Paul at, XVIII. 420.

CORINTHIAN ARCHITECTURE, Greek Order, II. 407; Roman Order, II. 415; inventor of the column in, IV. 709.

CORINTHIANS, Epistles to the, v1. 399; XVIII. 421.

_, Third Epistle to the, apocryphal book, XVIII. 423.

CORIOLANUS, Caius Marcius, Roman patrician, v1. 401.

_, Shakespeards play, XXI. 764.

CORIOLI, ancient town, Italy, VI. 402.

CORITANI, early British tribe, XIV. 655; XVII. 556.

CORK, bark Of tree, VI. 4oz; formation of, XII. I7; the tree, XVII. 694; in Portugal, XIX. 538; in Tunis, XXIII. 620.

_, county, Ireland, VI. 402; population and representation, XXIII. 727. ——‚ town, Ireland, VI. 405; library, XIV. 524; observatory, XVII. 711;

Queen's College at, XXIII. 855.

­_, Earl of (Richard Boyle), English statesman, IV. 183.

_AND ORRERV, Earl of (John Boyle), English writer, Iv. 183.

Совки/то, fish, XXIV. 686.

CORLEAR, early Dutch settler, New York, XVII. 454.

CORLEONE, town, Italy, VI. 406.

CORLIss STEAM ­ ENGINE, xx. 507, 514.

CORM, of plants, IV. 98; хх. 423.

CORMAC, Irish king, XIII. 246.

CORMENIN, Vicomte de, French jurist, VI. 406.

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CORMONTAIONE, Louis de, French military engineer, VI. 407.

CORMOPHVTA, division of vegetable kingdom, III. 694.

CORMORANT, bird, VI. 407.

CORMORNE, musical instrument, XVII. 705.

CORN, British trade in, VI. 413.

_, local thickening of the skin, XXII. 121.

_, Indian (Maize), XV. 309.

CORNALIA, Corpusclcs of, parasites in silkworms, XXII. 59.

CORNARIUS, Janus, German physician, XV. 808.

CORNARO, Luigi, Italian writer, VI. 417.

CORNAVII, ancient British tribe, XXI. 648. l

CORNAY, Joseph Emile, On classification of birds, XVIII. 29, 35.

CORN-BRUISER, agricultural implement, I. 326.

CORNBURY, Lord, governor Of New Jersey, U.S.A., XVII. 398.

CORN CRARE, bird, VI. 543; XX. 222.

CORN-CRUSHER, agricultural implement, I. 326; primitive, Ix. 343.

CORNEA, of the eye, VIII. 817; I. 886; diseases of the, XVII. 781.

CORNEILLE, Mont, France, XX. IIS.

_, Pierre, French dramatist, VI. 4I7; VII. 424; 1X. 658; Xx. 206.

_, Thomas, French dramatist, VI. 421; IX. 658; his Dictionnaire des Arts et des Sciences, VIII. 194.

CORNELIA, mother of the Gracchi, VI. 421.

CORNELIUS, Peter von, German painter, V1. 421; XIV. 16.

_ O’D0wD (Charles Lever), Papers by, XIV. 486.

CORNELLI, Vincenzo Maria., his Biblioteca Universale, VIII. 195.

CORNELL UNIVERSITY, at Ithaca, New York, U.S.A., XXIII. 857.

CORNET, musical instrument, 787; IX. 351.

CORNETO, town, Italy, VI. 423; VIII. 634.

CORN FLOUR, XV. 310.

CORNHERT, Theodore, Dutch writer, v1. 423.

CORNICE, in architecture, II. 462.

CORNISH DIALECT, V. 298; dictionaries of, VII. 188.

CORNISH LITERATURE, ancient, v. 323.

CORN-LAW RHVMEs, by Elliott, VIII. 149.

CORN LAws, English, VI. 408; Ix. 754; their effect on agriculture, I. 304; agitation against, VIII. 366; repeal of, VI. 84; XVIII. 457.

CORN-MILDEW, XVI. 293.

CORNO, Monte, Italy, 11. 170; XIII.

437.

XXIV.

CORNO DI BAssETTO, musical instrument, XVII. 708.

CORNOUAILLEs, Counts of, France, Xx. 181.

CORN-SALAD, vegetable, x11. 281.

CORN THRIPS, insect, XXIV. 5 34.

CORN TRADE, British, VI. 413; early laws regarding, I. 298.

CORNU, Roman trumpet, XXIII. 592.

_, A., his simplification Of diffraction problems, XXIV. 444.

CORNUS, genus of plants, VII. 342.

CORNUTUS, L. Annaeus, Roman Stoic philosopher, VI. 423; XVIII. 662.

CORNWALL, county, England, VI. 424; population and representation, XXIII. 727; ancient remains, XXI. 5I; Celtic language of, V. 298; Celtic literature, V. 323; fisheries, IX. 253; miracle plays in, VII. 414; serpentine rocks Of, XXI. 68 3.

CORNwALLIs, First Marquis, British general, VI. 428; in American War, XXIII. 744; governor-general of India., XII. 803, 805.

CORNWALLITE, mineral, XVI. 405.

CORN шиш/11„ wheat pest, 536.

CORO, town, Venezuela, VI. 428.

CORODY, Right of, Obsolete prerogative of English crown, XIX. 672.

COROLLA, of plants, Iv. 132.

COROMANDEL COAST, India, VI. 428.

CORONA, envelope of the sun, VI. 428; XXII. 645, 647; II. 789; XI. 398; хп. 597? XXW- 435

CORONADO, F. Vasquez de, Spanish explorer, XVII. 309, 401.

CORONATION, VI. 429.

_ ISLAND, Antarctic Ocean, xv11. 407

XXIV.

ATH, England, XVII. 701.

CORONEA, Greece, Battle of (394 B.C.), XXIII. 229.

CORONELLI, Vincenzio, Italian geographer, VI. 43o.

CORONER, ofiicer of the law, VI. 43o.

CORONER’s JURV, хш. 786.

CORONET, in heraldry, XI. 711; ducal, V11. 519.

COROT, Jean Baptiste Camille, French painter, VI. 431.

COROzO NUT, or Vegetable Ivory, XIII. 525; XVII. 664.

CORPANCHO, Manuel Nicolas, Peruvian poet, XVIII. 676.

CORPI SANTI, suburb of Milan, Italy, XVI. 290.

CORPORAL PUNIsIIMENT, Law 0f,xx111. 465.

CORPORA QUADRIGEMINA, CORPORA STRIATA, in the brain, I. 872; XIX. 37

CORPORATION, v1.
States, XXIII. 785.

CORPORATION-SOLE, XVIII. 296.

CORPULENCE, v1. 435; in pathology,

432 ; in United

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