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Index : "C"

Caesar
Caesar, Charles James expelled from House of Commons
______ 264;
Caesar, Sir Thomas
______ 264;
Caesar, Sir Charles
______ 264;
Caesar, Henry and Julius
______ 265;
Caesar, Harris
______ 265;
Caesar Family, The
______ 264;
Caesar, Charles
______ 264;
Caesar, Charles James
______ 265;
______ 7, 6, 3, 1;
Adelmare, Julius Caesar
______ 264;
Calais
______ 112, 117, 120;
Cambridge
Cambridge, King's College Chapel
______ 91;
Camden
Camden, William
______ 266;
Canade
______ 69;
Canterbury
______ 69, 103;
Canterbury, Dean of
______ 57;
Canterbury, St. Thomas of
______ 123;
Moore (John, Archbishop of Canterbury)
______ 57;
______ 60, 123, 36;
Capital
Mansion House, Capital
______ 98;
Cappadocians
Cappadocians, The
______ 43;
Captain
Cutlance, Captain
______ 240;
Dempster, Captain, His Adventures
______ 235;
George (Captain)
______ 53;
Dempster, Captain, His Adventures
______ 236;
Captive
Captive King received at Southwark, The
______ 125;
Capture
Capture of King Charles
______ 205;
Cardinal
Perigood, Cardinal
______ 121;
Carey
Carey, Thomas
______ 111;
Carnicke
Carnicke, Vicar (Sir John)
______ 40, 64, 73;
Carpenters
Carpenters' Arms, The Old
______ 289;
Carpinter
Mills (Carpinter of Bexley)
______ 70;
Carrock
Carrock, Sir Philip
______ 44;
Cassi
______ 3;
Cassibelan
______ 3;
Castle
Castle, Mrs.
______ 276;
Castle Tavern, The Old
______ 289, 102;
Castle Rising
______ 109;
Marlborough Castle
______ 110;
Leeds Castle
______ 140;
Catesby
Catesby, Mr. Mark
______ 260;
Cathedral
Gloucester Cathedral
______ 109;
Durham Cathedral
______ 103;
Norwich Cathedral
______ 57;
Catholic
Catholic Relief Act, The
______ 48;
Accident to Roman Catholic frenche imbasaidor
______ 86;
Caulves
Caulves Garden
______ 47;
Cenimagni
______ 3;
Ceorles
"Ceorles"
______ 15;
Champeneye
Champeneye, Monsieur de
______ 189;
Chancellor
Chancellor, My Lord, his Lodgings
______ 177, 100;
Lodgings, The Chancellor's
______ 277;
Chandenayore
______ 54;
Chandos
Chandos, Sir John
______ 122;
Chapel
"One Fair chapel" and other matters
______ 98;
Chapel Farm
______ 292;
Chapel, The Royal
______ 177;
Cambridge, King's College Chapel
______ 91;
Chapel of Eltham, The
______ 108;
Chapel,The
Old Chapel,The
______ 287;
Chaplain
Angotus, The Chaplain of
______ 280;
Charities
Charities, The Eltham
______ 230, 298;
Charles
Caesar, Sir Charles
______ 264;
Ludovic, Charles
______ 266;
Capture of King Charles
______ 205;
Dickens, Charles, and Shooter's Hill
______ 242;
Caesar, Charles James expelled from House of Commons
______ 264;
Caesar, Charles James
______ 265;
Caesar, Charles
______ 264;
Charles I.
______ 252;
Charles, Emperor
______ 225;
Charles I.
______ 249, 203, 49, 250;
Charles, Prince
______ 49;
Charles X.
______ 55;
Charles I.
______ 98;
Charles, II.
______ 49, 208, 242, 254, 257;
Charles I.
______ 199;
Jenkinson (Charles), Earl of Liverpool
______ 57;
Charlotte
Charlotte, Queen
______ 47;
Charlton
______ 80;
Charta
Magna Charta
______ 251;
Chase
Chase, The
______ 255;
Chaucer
______ 144, 145;
Chaundrey
Chaundrey. The
______ 101;
Chelsea
Botanical Gardens, Chelsea
______ 260;
______ 226, 52;
Chelsea Botanical Gardens
______ 260;
Chequers
Chequers, The
______ 290;
Cheshire
Cheshire Round, The
______ 53;
Chester
Chester, Old Common Council Book of
______ 231;
Haworth, Thomas Chester
______ 316;
Chestnuts
Chestnuts, The
______ 116;
Cheviots
Cheviots, The
______ 2;
Chichester
Chichester, Bishop of
______ 143;
Chief
Maule (Pathrick), Chief Ranger
______ 99, 65;
Children
Children of Henry VII. at Eltham
______ 173;
Chislehurst
______ 118, 6, 225;
Chivalry
Pageantry and Chivalry
______ 111;
Chivalry, Days of
______ 111;
Choiseul
Choiseul (Marquesa de)
______ 55;
Christ
Christ Church, Shooter's Hill
______ 304;
Christian
Christian, King of Denmark
______ 195;
Christians
Bible Christians, The
______ 309;
Christmas
______ 102, 84, 41;
Christmas Spent at Eltham in 1515
______ 176;
______ 64;
Christopher
Hatton, Sir Christopher
______ 194, 187;
Blore, Christopher
______ 229;
Church
Baptist Church, Eltham Park
______ 309;
Church Grey Friars
______ 110;
Church Goods
______ 69;
Church of England
______ 59, 44;
Church Clock
______ 40;
Church Ales
______ 42;
Christ Church, Shooter's Hill
______ 304;
Baptist Church, Balcaskie Road
______ 309;
Crown, The (donations to Church by)
______ 68;
Church, The Parish
______ 31;
Church Ales
______ 41;
Church, The Parish
______ 1;
Patrons, Rectors and Vicars of Church
______ 61;
Holy Trinity Church (Bell at)
______ 71;
Holy Trinity Church
______ 326, 88, 303;
Patrons, Rectors and Vicars of Church
______ 62;
Grey Friar's Church
______ 110;
Greenstead Church, Essex
______ 60;
Franciscan Church (Newgate)
______ 108;
Congregational Church, History of
______ 306;
Church Style
______ 79;
Church, The Parish
______ 32, 69, 67, 66, 60, 59, 53, 45, 44, 3, 36;
Contest about a Pew in the Church
______ 189;
Churches
Churches of Kent
______ 67;
Churches of Eltham
______ 303;
Churchwarden
Churchwarden's, Crosses and the
______ 37, 76, 73, 38;
Churchwardens
Eltham, Churchwardens of, Fined
______ 186;
Churchwardens' Accounts
______ 82, 81, 80, 79, 78, 75, 70;
Churchwardens' Refreshment Account
______ 291;
Churchwardens' Accounts
______ 83;
Churchyard
Churchyard, The Eltham
______ 39, 7, 65, 6, 34, 31, 21, 40, 42;
Churls
______ 21, 22;
Cibber
Cibber, Colley
______ 53;
Clare
Clare, Gilbert de
______ 60;
Clarke
Clarke, John
______ 64;
Clement
Clement V.
______ 105;
Clement, Master
______ 225;
Hodson, Vicar (Clement)
______ 85, 84;
Cler
Cler, Adam, Highwayman and Burglar
______ 146;
Clerk
Parish Clerk, The
______ 37;
Cleves
Anne of Cleves
______ 228;
Cliefden
Cliefden House
______ 278;
Clive
Clive, Col.
______ 53;
Clock
Church Clock
______ 40;
Barn House Clock, The
______ 285;
Clothworkers
Clothworkers' Co.
______ 266;
Club
Golf Club House (The Eltham)
______ 254, 256, 49;
"Golf Club House" by Rev. T. N. Rowsell (Extracts from)
______ 254, 255, 256;
Coast
Malabar Coast
______ 53;
Coat
Doggett Coat and Badge
______ 52;
Cobham
Cobham, Lord
______ 153, 186;
Lord Cobham, Escape of
______ 154;
Lord Cobham, Execution of
______ 156;
Cobham, Sir Raymond
______ 122;
Codrington
Codrington's Book
______ 5;
Coins
Coins, etc., found in Eltham
______ 289;
Cole-houses
Cole-houses, The
______ 116, 100;
Collector
Collector's Miscellany
______ 238;
College
Kentish Fellowship (Magdalen College)
______ 57;
Magdalen College (Oxford)
______ 91;
Oxford (Magdalen College)
______ 58;
Oriel College, Oxford (Provost of)
______ 61;
Oxford (Magdalen College)
______ 57;
Cambridge, King's College Chapel
______ 91;
Avery Hill Training College
______ 314;
Oxford (St. John's College)
______ 229;
Colleton
Colleton, Father
______ 305;
Colley
Cibber, Colley
______ 53;
Colonel
King (Colonel)
______ 251;
Colonel Rich
______ 207;
Come
"Come out of her, my people"
______ 250;
Comedy
Great Hall, Comedy in the
______ 177;
Cominge
Cominge of the Kinges Majestie into the towne 1605
______ 83;
Common
Eltham Common
______ 11, 9;
Chester, Old Common Council Book of
______ 231;
Commons
Caesar, Charles James expelled from House of Commons
______ 264;
Commons, The House of
______ 252;
Commons, The
______ 87;
Commonwealth
______ 49;
Companions
Knight's Companions
______ 115;
Company
East India Company
______ 53, 54, 247;
Fishmonger's Company
______ 108;
Complements
"Marrow of Complements"
______ 33;
Comport
Fytch, Sir Comport
______ 276;
Concerning
Barber, Concerning the
______ 183;
Conduit
Conduit, The Old
______ 294;
Conduit House
______ 279;
Confessor
Edward, The Confessor
______ 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 23;
Congregational
Congregational Church, History of
______ 306;
Congreve
______ 53;
Conquest
"Norman Conquest"
______ 14, 87;
Contest
Contest about a Pew in the Church
______ 189;
Corbye
Corbye Hall
______ 277;
Cordell
Cordell, Sir William
______ 229;
Cornelius
Invention of the Eltham "Motion" by Cornelius Drebbel
______ 196, 321, 322;
Orte (Master Cornelius)
______ 48;
Cornwall
______ 34, 109;
Cornwall, Earl of
______ 109;
Coronation
Coronation Days
______ 80;
Coton
Coton, Knyght, Sir John
______ 65;
Cottage
Hospital, Cottage
______ 326;
Cottages
Jubilee Cottages
______ 268, 289;
Cottiers
______ 30, 15, 16, 22, 21;
Coulter
______ 17;
Council
Chester, Old Common Council Book of
______ 231;
"Moot" or Ancient Council
______ 11;
Mottingham Council Schools
______ 314;
Councils
County Councils (Open-air Meetings of)
______ 233;
Count
Eustace, Count of Boulogne
______ 25;
County
County Councils (Open-air Meetings of)
______ 233;
Court
Court Yard
______ 100;
Court Lodge
______ 30;
Court Yard
______ 177, 291;
Court Road
______ 116;
Court Yard
______ 88, 101, 116, 268;
English Court (The)
______ 77;
Eltham Court
______ 278, 254;
Court Yard House
______ 278;
Court Road
______ 292;
Courts
Courts of Law
______ 28, 40;
Cowey
Cowey Stakes
______ 4;
Coxheath
______ 74;
Cray
______ 98;
Crendon
Crendon, Sir Richard
______ 98, 217;
Cressy
______ 120, 112;
Crewe
Crewe, Lady
______ 258;
Crimea
______ 71;
Croft
Blunt's Croft
______ 287;
Croft, The
______ 116;
Cromwell
Cromwell, Thomas
______ 228, 229;
______ 253, 252, 251, 250, 200, 51, 249;
Cross
Paul's Cross
______ 34;
Cross at Shooter's Hill
______ 37;
Paul's Cross
______ 38;
Crosse
Banners and Badges of the Crosse
______ 285;
Crosses
Market Crosses
______ 37;
Eltham Crosses
______ 36, 34;
Market Crosses
______ 35;
Boundary Crosses
______ 35;
Churchwarden's, Crosses and the
______ 76, 37, 38, 73;
Market Crosses
______ 36;
Eltham Crosses
______ 38;
Crown
"Crown, In the Shadow of"
______ 108;
Crown Inn
______ 290;
Crown, The (donations to Church by)
______ 68;
Crown Woods
______ 285;
Cuba
______ 53;
Curfew
______ 82;
Customs
French Queen (Customs of)
______ 43;
Burial Customs
______ 43;
Cutlance
Cutlance, Captain
______ 240;
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