A Subject Guide to the Le Faye Edition of Jane Austen's Letters

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Calcutta, Black Hole at
Lett. 6, p. 10

Cambridge. Colleges at (engravings of) (see Note).
Lett. 89, p. 226

Camilla- (novel)
(refs. To 'Camilla').(see Note).
Lett. 4, p. 6
Lett. 6, p. 9

(ref. To 'Dr. Marchmont') (see Note).
Lett. 5, p. 9

(ref. To 'particular little brother'). (see Note).
Lett. 18, p. 38

Canal- (floodgate) (at Bath).
(ref. To 'the Cassoon') (see Note).
Lett. 36, p. 86

Candle Shop-(Tallow Chandler) (London)
(ref. To 'The Tallow Chandler is').
Lett.6,p. 11

Canterbury (England)
Lett. 46, p. 109
Lett. 47, p. 112
Lett. 49, p.114
Lett. 53, p. 128-130, 132
Lett. 54, p. 133, 136
Lett. 55, p. 139
Lett. 92, p. 243
Lett. 94, p. 244-245
Lett. 95, p. 247-248

Canterbury Ball
Lett. 28, p. 65
Lett. 95, p. 250

Canterbury Gaol- (jail)
(ref. To 'inspect the Gaol').
Lett. 95, p. 248

Canto- (a section of a long poem).
(ref. To 'the last Canto').
Lett. 95, p. 250

Canvass- (to ask for votes)
(ref. To 'Mr. Heathcote').
Lett. 61,p. 154

Cape of Good Hope (see Note).
Lett. 1, p.2

Card Games
Brag:
Lett. 64, p. 163-164
Lett. 65, p. 167

Casino:
Lett. 27, p. 62

Commerce:
Lett. 27, p. 62
Lett. 39, p. 93
Lett. 56, p. 140
Lett. 57, p. 143

Cribbage:
Lett. 35, p. 83
Lett. 45, p. 107
Lett. 81, p. 205

Nines
(ref. To 'at Nines').
Lett. 155, p. 336

Quadrille
Lett. 56, p. 140
Lett. 57, p. 143

Speculation
Lett. 60, p. 152
Lett. 64, p. 163-164
Lett. 65, p. 167

Vingt-Un
Lett.32, p. 75
Lett. 149, p. 325

Whist
Lett. 27, p. 62
Lett. 36, p. 86
Lett. 78, p. 199
Lett. 89, p. 225, 226

Carlton House
(London home of the Prince Regent).
Lett. 125(D). p. 296

Carnavon, Lord (see Biog. Index)
Lett. 23, p. 50

Can, Sir John (author).
(ref. To 'Sir John Can's Travels in Spain').
Lett.78,p. 198

Carriages
(ref. To 'laid down the carriage').
Lett. 11, p. 20

(ref. To 'into a postchaise').
Lett. 28, p. 65

(ref. To 'home in the little carriage').
Lett. 33. p. 78

(ref. To 'a sunday-chaise').
Lett. 34, p. 80

(ref. To 'a very neat chaise').
Lett. 35, p. 81

(ref. To 'the Phaeton').
Lett. 38, p. 91

(ref. To 'the new carriage').
Lett. 52, p. 127

(ref. To 'in their Curricle').
Lett. 53, p. 130

(ref. To 'in her Barouche').
Lett. 73, p. 187

(ref. To 'Car of Falkenstein') (see Note).
Lett. 76(C), p. 195

(ref. To 'Tax-cart') (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 198

(ref. To 'a Chaise').
Lett. 81, p. 205

(ref. To 'of the Curricle').
Lett. 84, p. 209

(ref. To 'a Barouche').
Lett. 85. p. 214

(ref. To 'was taken to the Painters').
Lett. 89, p. 225

(ref. To 'his Carriage').
Lett. 90, p. 229

(ref. To 'Donkey Carriage').
Lett. l42,p. 316

(ref. To 'Donkey Carriages').
Lett. 146, p. 323

(ref. To Hackney Chariot').
Lett. 157, p. 339

See Also Under: (the) Chair (a small, unpretentious carriage).

Cassandra Austen
(See: Austen, Cassandra)

(the) Chair (Austen's carriage; a term for a small, unpretentious carriage).
(refs. To 'the Chair'):
Lett. 6, p. 10
Lett. 49, p. 16
Lett. 52.
Lett. 54, p. 134
Lett. 89, p. 225
Lett. 90, p. 229
Lett. 95, p. 247
Lett. 101. p. 263

Chair-Sedan- (a chair carried on poles).
(ref. To 'in a chair').
Lett. 20, p. 42

(ref. To 'the Chairmen').
Lett. 63, p. 160

(ref. To 'in a sedan-chair').
Lett. 161(C), p. 343

Charitable Giving
(ref. To 'charities to the poor').
Lett. 15,p.31

(ref. To 'Edward's charity').
Lett. 23, p. 50

(ref. To 'money for the poor').
Lett. 77, p. 197

(ref. To 'of her Bank Stock').
Lett. 78, p. 200

Charitable Repository (lodgings, Bath, England).
Lett. 31, p. 74

Charts- Maritime
(ref. To 'charts') (see Note).
Lett. 59, p. 149

Chawton Book Society
(ref. To Society-Octavo') (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 198

(ref. to 'like ours').
Lett. 78, p. 199

Chawton Cottage- (Chawton, Eng.)
(ref. To 'keep our plans') (see Note).
Lett. 60, p. 150

(ref. To 'at Chawton').
Lett. 61, p. 153

(ref. To 'our Chawton home') (see Note).
Lett.69(D), p.176-7

Chawton Cottage- Home Security
(ref. To 'the back gate').
Lett. 80, p. 204

Chawton Cottage-Watch Dogs of.
(ref. To 'hunt away the rogues') (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 200

(ref. To 'the Dogs').
Lett. 81. p. 205

Chawton Cottage- Weather at.
Lett. 73, p. 188-189
Lett. 78, p. 200
Lett. 86. p. 215

Chawton Park
Lett. 75, p. 193

Chevalier Bayard- (Pierre Terrail Seigneur de Bayard); (famous French knight of the 1500's).
(ref. To 'a Chevalier Bayard of a plantation').
Lett. 52, p. 127

Childbirth
(ref. To 'brought to bed').
Lett. 10. p. 12

(ref. To 'of a dead child').
Lett. 10. p. 17

(ref. To 'to see Mary').
Lett. 11, p. 20

(ref. To 'brought to bed').
Lett. 32, p. 76

(ref. To 'Mrs. Wylmot').
Lett. 50. p. 118

(ref. To 'birth of the Child') (see Note).
Lett. 56, p. 139

(ref. To 'Mrs. Esten').
Lett. 65, p. 166

(ref. To 'Mrs. Clement').
Lett. 89, p. 224

(ref. To 'Mrs. C. Austen').
Lett. 106, p. 274

(ref. To 'become an Aunt') (see Note).
Lett. 123, p. 294

(ref. To 'of this Marianne') (see Note).
Lett. 151. p. 330

Childbirth- (Dead Child).
(ref. To 'brought to bed').
Lett. 10, p. 17

Childbirth- (Dying In).
(ref. To 'Mrs. Coulthard and Anne').
Lett. ll,p.20

Childrearing
Lett. 86, p. 216;(ref. To 'Method')

(ref. To 'my nephews').
Lett. 91, p. 234

(ref. To 'Little Charles').
Lett. ll6,p. 289

(ref. To 'the Children').
Lett. 149, p. 236

(ref. To 'Jemima's disposition').
Lett. 153, p. 332

Children
(ref. To 'affectionate girl').
Lett. 50, p. 120

(ref. To Method)
Lett. 86, p.216

(ref. To 'my nephews').
Lett. 91, p. 234

(ref. To 'two parties of children).
Lett. 92, p. 238

(ref. To 'little Charles').
Lett. ll6, p. 289

(ref. To 'Postchaises full of Boys').
Lett. 142, p. 316

(ref. To 'the Children').
Lett. 149, p. 326

(ref. To 'the little Boys').
Lett. 150(C), p. 328

Children-Accidents of:
(ref. To 'pray tell Lizzy').
Lett. 51, p. 122-123

Child's Ball- (party).
Lett. 63, p. 160

Chilham Castle
Lett. 88, p. 222
Lett. 89, p. 226
Lett. 91, p. 235
Lett. 95, p. 249
Lett. 96, p. 251
Lett. 151, p. 329

Chilham Castle Ball
(ref. To 'the famous ball') (see Note).
Lett. 96, p. 251

Chimney Lights
Lett. 70, p. 181

Chimney Sweeper
Lett. 97, p. 256

China Tea
Lett. 74, p. 191

China, Wedgewood (set of).
(ref. To 'Wedgewood ware').
Lett. 75, p. 193

(ref. To 'a dinner set').
Lett. 88, p. 224

Chowne, General Christopher (see Biog. Index under: Tilson Family)
Lett. 98, p. 258
Lett. 99, p. 262

Christening Dinner
(ref. To 'the Christening dinner').
Lett. 43, p. 100

Christening Dress
Lett. 49, p. 115

Christian Researches in Asia (nonfiction book). Author: Claudius Buchanan
(ref. To 'with Clarkson or Buchanan'). (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 198

Christianity
(ref. To "St Paul's Shipwreck') (see Note).
Lett. 90, p. 229

(ref. To 'the Sacrament').
Lett. 53, p.131
Lett. 91, p. 234

(ref. To 'Doctrine of Original Sin').
Lett. 151, p. 330

Christmas
(ref. To 'Christmas Gaieties').
Lett. 29, p. 68

Church Festivals
(ref. To 'Lady Day').
Lett. 62, p. 158

Church Services
(ref. to 'went to church twice').
Lett. 36, p. 84

(ref. To 'to our Chapel').
Lett. 43, p. 102

(ref. To 'a sermon at home').
Lett. 60, p. 151

(ref. To 'Confirmation').
Lett. 160, p. 342

Church Yard- (Weston).
(ref. To 'Church yard at Weston').
Lett. 37, p. 87

Churches
Beigrave Chapel-(London)
Lett. 85, p. 212

(ref. To 'B. Chapel').
(see Note).
Lett. 128, p. 301

Godmersham Church
Lett. 27, p. 62

St. James Church-(London)
Lett. 55, p. 138

(ref. To 'at St. James').
Lett. 85, p. 212

St. Paul's (London)
(ref. To 'Saint Paul's Covent Garden').
Lett. 94, p. 246

Walcot Church (Bath)
Lett. 20, p. 42
Lett. 41, p. 97

Weston
(ref. To 'Church yard at Weston').
Lett. 37, p. 87

Churn- (Butter)
(ref. To 'nice little butter-chum').
Lett. 4, p. 7

Clandestine Marriage, The (a play) author: George Coleman (see Note).
Lett. 87, p. 219
Lett. 90, p. 230

Clarentine, a Novel (Author: Sarah Harriet Burney) (see Note)
Lett. 50, p. 120

Clarke, James Stanier-(Reverend) (Librarian to the Prince Regent).
Lett. 125(D), p. 296
Lett. 125(A), p. 296-297
Lett. 130, p. 304
Lett. 132(D), p. 305-306
Lett. 132(A), p. 306-307
Lett. 138(A), p. 311
Lett. 138(D), p. 312

Clarkson, Thomas-(author)
(ref. To 'with Clarkson or Buchanan'). (see Note).
Lett. 78, p. 198

Cleft Wood (firewood)
Lett. 74, p. 192

Clergyman
(ref. To 'is decided for orders').
Lett. l44,p. 318

(ref. To 'new clergyman').
Lett. 150(C), p. 327

Clothes Washing
(ref. To 'washing').
Lett. 105, p. 271

(ref. To 'must wash').
Lett. 140, p. 314

Clothing- Boys
(ref. To 'frock for Edward').
Lett. 28, p. 65

(ref. To 'Jackets & Trowzers').
Lett. 32, p. 76

(ref. To 'black pantaloons').
Lett. 60, p. 150

Clothing-(and Accessories)
See: Austen,Jane-Clothing & Dresses
Clothing-Women's
Silk Stockings
Pelisse,
Shoes.

Clothing-(For the Poor)
(ref. To 'charities to the poor').
Lett. 15, P. 31

(ref. To 'at Oakley we bought').
Lett. 23, p. 50

Clothing- Men's
(ref. To 'his morning coat').
Lett. 1, p. 2

(ref. To 'a great coat').
Lett. 12, p. 23

Clothing Merchants- (Peddlers)
(ref. To 'Overton Scotchman').
(see Note). Lett. 12, p. 22

Clothing- Women's:
(refs. To:)
'silk stockings'
Lett. 1, p. 2

(ref. to 'coloured gown')
Lett. 4, p. 6

(ref. to 'purple muslin')
Lett. 6, p. 9

(ref. to 'Mary Harrison's gown'.)
Lett. 6, p. 11

(ref. to 'gown in worsteds')
Lett. 12. p. 21

(ref. to 'the Irish' [linen])
Lett. 12, p. 22

(refs. to 'velvet bonnet', 'Coquelicot', and 'new gown')
Lett. 14, p. 25-27

(ref. to 'petticoat')
Lett. 15, p. 30

(refs. to 'Mamelouc cap' (see Note) and 'white fan')
Lett. 17, P. 33-34

(ref. to 'pretty hat' and 'our caps')
Lett. 20, P. 42-43

(ref. to 'your cloak' and 'muslin veil')
Lett. 21, p. 45-46

(ref. to 'the gown')
Lett. 23, p. 51

(ref. to 'my cloak')
Lett. 24, p. 52

(ref. to 'my gown')
Lett. 61-62

(ref. to 'brown cambric')
Lett. 33, p. 77

(ref. to 'round gown')
Lett. 35, p. 83

(ref. to 'dark gown')
Lett. 36, p. 85

(ref. to 'looks so white')
Lett.37,p.88-89

(ref. to 'yellow gown')
Lett. 38, P. 91

(ref. to 'crape sleeves')
Lett. 44, p. 103

(ref. to 'white mittons')
Lett. 45, p. 108

(ref. to 'christening dress)
Lett.49,p. 115

(ref. to 'my flounce')
Lett. 51, p. 123

(ref. to my boa')
Lett. 52, p. 126

(ref. to 'my pelisse')
Lett.53, p. 129

(ref. to 'coloured frock')
Lett.55, p. 136

(ref. to 'dyed sattin')
Lett. 57, p. 143

(ref. to 'black pelisses')
Lett.57, p. 145

(ref. to 'the velvet')
Lett.59, p. 147

(ref. to 'velvet pelisse')
Lett.59, p. 148

(ref. to 'cravats')
Lett. 65, p. 165

(ref. to 'bonnet')
Lett. 65, p. 166

(ref. to 'muslin')
Lett. 70, p. 179-80

(ref. to 'new gown')
Lett. 72, p. 187

(ref. to 'feather trimmings')
Lett. 73, p. 188

(ref. to 'new bonnets')
Lett. 75, p.193

(ref. to 'Bombasin' [Bombazine fabric])
Lett. 75, p. 194

(ref. to 'Gray Woollen')
Lett. 77, p. 196

(ref. to 'the Calico')
Lett. 77, p. 196

(ref. to 'Fur tippett')
Lett. 77, p. 197

(ref. to 'China Crape')
Lett. 79, p. 202

(ref. to 'China Crape')
Lett. 80. p. 204

(ref. to 'Brown Bombasin [Bombazine])
Lett. 80, p. 204

(ref. to 'my gloves')
Lett. 84, p. 209

(ref. to 'my Mother's gown')
Lett. 84, p. 210

(ref. to 'Black Sarsanet')
Lett. 84, p. 210

(ref. to 'Fanny's dimity' & 'a white gown')
Lett. 85, p. 211-212

(ref. to 'English poplins')
Lett. 87, p. 219

(ref. to 'Irish' [linen])
Lett. 87, p. 219

(ref. to 'the Worsteds')
Lett. 87, p. 221

(ref. to 'white silk Handkerchief')
Lett. 88, p. 222

(ref. to 'the Worsteds')
Lett. 88, p. 222

(ref. to 'white Sarsanet')
Lett.88, p. 222

(ref. to 'rose colour')
Lett. 88, p. 223

(ref. to 'her Irish') (see Note)
Lett. 88, p. 223

(ref. to 'silk' stockings')
Lett. 88. p. 223

(ref. to 'cotton' stockings')
Lett. 88, p. 223

(ref. to 'Square veil')
Lett. 89, p. 224

(ref. to 'Net for Anna's gown')
Lett. 89, p. 224

(ref. to 'plaiting lace')
Lett. 89, p. 224

(ref. to 'Poplin')
Lett. 89, p. 224

(ref. to 'night caps')
Lett. 89, p. 227

(ref. to 'flounces' and 'white morning gowns')
Lett. 92, p. 237

(ref. to 'Brown Bombasin' [Bombazine])
Lett. 92, p. 237

(ref. to 'blue gown')
Lett. 92, p. 239

(ref. to 'flounces')
Lett. 92, p. 239
Lett. 94, p. 245

(ref. to 'Bombasin')
Lett. 94, p. 246

(ref. to 'for Pelisses'; & 'Patterns')
Lett. 95, p. 248-249

(ref. to 'Bandbox' and 'for Veils')
Lett. 97, p. 255

(ref. to 'Willow'(see Note) & 'old Muslin')
Lett. 97, p. 256

(ref. to 'gauze gown' and 'long sleeves')
Lett. 99, p. 261-262

(ref. to 'petticoats')
Lett. 103, p. 266

(ref. to 'the Willow') (for hatmaking)
Lett. 105, p. 271

(ref. to 'Silk Pelisse' & 'Dressing gown')
Lett. 105, p. 271

(ref. to 'coloured petticoats')
Lett. 106, p. 273

(ref. to 'velvet Pelisse')
Lett. 110, p.282

(ref. to 'purple Pelisse')
Lett.1 14, p.285

(ref. to 'your Muslin Handkerchiefs [India at 3/6]')
Lett. 121. p. 292

(ref. to 'red shawl')
Lett. 121. p. 293

(ref. To 'your Chintz').
Lett. 127, p. 299

(ref. To 'purple frock for Eleanor').
Lett. 128, p. 300

(ref. To 'new green gown').
Lett. 148, p. 324

(ref. To 'new red Cloak').
Lett. 149, p. 325

(ref. To 'old Black Gowns').
Lett. 152, p. 331

(ref. To 'in Bombasin';(Bombazine).
Lett. 155, p. 336

(ref. To 'rather longer petticoats').
Lett. 161(C), p. 343

Coach Horses
(ref. To 'a pair of Coach Horses').
Lett. 22, p. 47

Cobb, (The); (seawall at Lyme, England)
(ref. To 'on the Cobb').
Lett. 39, p. 94

Coelebs in Search of a Wife- (novel) author: Hannah More
(ref. To 'but in Coelebs') (see Note).
Lett. 67, p. 172

Coffee Mil-(grinder)
Lett. 21, p. 45

Coffee Urn
(ref. To 'Uncle John's). Lett. 64, p. 163

Coinage
(ref. To 'new Silver Coinage') (see Note).
Lett. 151. p. 328

A Collection of Poems by Several Hands (author: Robert Dodsley)
(ref. To 'Dodsley's Poems') (see Note).
Lett. 37, p. 88

CoWer (a ship carrying coal)
(ref. To 'on board a collier').
Lett. 60, P. 151

Combo, William (author)
(ref. To 'as Dr. Syntax') (see Note).
Lett. 97, p. 256

Compass
(ref. To 'a Compass').
Lett. 42, p. 98

Concerts- Musical
(ref. To 'the Concert') (Bath).
Lett. 44, p. 103

(ref. To 'Glee-singers') (London)
Lett.70, p. 180

(ref. To 'the Music') (London) (see Note).
Lett. 71, p. 183

(ref. To 'the Concert') (Canterbury).
Lett. 96, p.25 1-2

(ref. To Artaxerxes') (London) (see Note).
Lett. 98, p. 260

de Concini, Galagai; (wife of Concino Concini, Marquis d'Ancre; France, 1600's).
(ref. To 'Galagai di Concini') (see Note).
Lett. 159, p. 341

Conundrums
Lett. 60, p. 150-151

Conyngham, Lady Elizabeth (see Biog. Index) (see Note).
Lett. 14, p. 27

Cooke, Mrs. Cassandra- (author)
(ref. To Battleridge) (see Note).
Lett. 10, p. 17.

Cooking- (& Individual Dishes):

'Souse'
Lett. 2, p. 4

'venison'
Lett. 5, p. 8

'beef-steaks'
Lett. 9, p. 14

'boiled fowl'
Lett. 9, p. 14

'oyster sauce'
Lett.9, p. 14

'boiled chicken'
Lett. 10, p. 17

'veal ragout'
Lett. 11, p. 20

'haricot mutton'
Lett. 11, p. 20

'ox-cheek'
Lett. 11, p.20

'dumplings'
Lett. 11, p. 20

'pease-soup'
Lett. 13, p.24

'sparerib'
Lett. 13. p. 24

'pudding'
Lett. 13, p. 24

'Asparagus'
Lett. 19, p. 39

'Lobster'
Lett. 19, p. 39

'cheesecakes'
Lett. 19, p.39

'Gooseberry Pye'
Lett. 22, p. 48

'Gooseberry pudding'
Lett. 22, p. 48

'Bath bunns'
Lett. 29, p. 67

'turkey';(French cuisine)
(ref. To 'M. Halavant') (see Note).
Lett. 33, p. 79

'toasted cheese'
Lett. 46, p. 110

'price pudding'
Lett. 49, p. 114

'

apple dumpling'
Lett. 49, p. 114

'boiled leg of mutton'
Lett. 49, p. 115

'small Soals' (fish-Sole)
Lett. 50, p. 118

'sponge-cake'
Lett. 52, p. 128

'Strawberries'(in white wine)
Lett. 53, p. 131

'Tart & Jelly'
Lett. 54, p. 134

'Orange Wine' (homemade)
Lett. 55, p. 139
Lett. 150(C), p. 328

'Ice' (pastry, or frozen dessert)
Lett. 55, p. 139

'Hams'(cured)
Lett. 56, p.141

'partridges'
Lett. 56, p. 141

'pheasants'
Lett. 56, p. 142

'Spruce Beer'
Lett. 57, p. 143
Lett. 62, p. 156

'pheasant'
Lett. 57, p. 144

'hare'
Lett. 57, p. 144

'Wedding Cake'
Lett.57,p. 145

'apple pye'
Lett. 62, p. 157

'Widgeon'
(wild duck)
Lett. 63, p. 160

'preserved Ginger')
Lett. 63, p. 160

'Black Butter' (apple butter)
Lett. 63, p. 160

'soals' (fish-Sole).
Lett. 71, P. 183

'pease' (peas) (to be eaten with duck)
Lett. 74, p. 190

'ducks'
Lett. 74, p. 190

'Syllabub'
Lett. 74, p. 191

'neck of Mutton'
Lett. 75, p. 193

'eating Turkies'
Lett. 77, p. 197

'Stilton cheese'
Lett. 78, p. 198

'Mincepie'
Lett. 79, p. 202

'Jelly'
Lett. 79, p. 202

'stewed pears'
Lett. 79, p. 202

'almonds'
Lett. 79, p. 202

'raisins'
Lett. 79, p. 202

'Oranges'
Lett.79, p. 209

'currents'
Lett. 84, p. 209

'veal cutlets'
Lett. 84, p. 210

'cold ham'
Lett 84, p. 210

'buns'
Lett. 84. p. 210

'cold veal pies'
Lett. 86, p. 210

'green tea'
Lett. 86, p. 216

'bouillee'
Lett. 87, p. 218

'partridges'
Lett. 87, p. 218

'apple tart'
Lett. 87, p. 218

'Rhubarb'
Lett. 88, p. 223

'Goose'
Lett. 91, p. 235

'Tomatas' (tomatoes)
Lett.91, p. 235

'roast fowl'
Lett. 97. p. 255

'Beefpudding'
Lett.97, p. 256

'boil'd Loaf
Lett. 98, p. 257

'raspberry Jam'
Lett. 98, p. 257

'Ham'
Lett. 102, p. 264

'some pork'
Lett. 119, p. 290

'apple pies'
Lett. 121, p. 291

'two pheasants'
Lett. 127, p. 298

'upon pheasants'
Lett. 127, p. 299

(ref. to 'Anna's arrow-root') (used in cooking as a thickener).
Lett. 128, p. 300

'Hare'
Lett. 128, p. 301

'4 Rabbits'
Lett. 128, p. 301

'a Turkey'
Lett. 129, p. 303

'arrow-root'
Lett. 129, p. 303

'Venison'
Lett. 145, p. 320

'Joints of mutton'
Lett. l45,p.320

'Rhubarb
Lett. 145, p. 321

'Pickled Cucumbers'
Lett. 146, p. 323

'Turkey'
Lett. 147(C), p. 324

'Butter'
Lett. 149, p. 325

'Ham'
Lett. 154, p. 334

'Seacale' (Sea Kale, a vegetable with Asparagus-like shoots).
Lett. 154, p. 334

*See Also: Fruits

Cooper, Rev. Edward
(ref. to 'Sermons from Hamstall') (see Note).
Lett. 65, p. 167

Corinna (novel: Corinne ou L'Italie) (author: Mine. De Stael) (see Note).
Lett. 63, p. 161

Cough Drops
(ref. To 'Boxes of Lozenges').
Lett. 37, p. 87

Court, Royal
(ref. To 'ladies go to Court').
Lett. 52, p. 128

Court-Martial (Navy) of Charles-John Austen.
(ref. To 'the Trial').
Lett. 142, p. 317

Cousins, First
(ref. To 'I like first Cousins').
Lett. Ill, p. 283

Covent Garden- (London)
Lett. 90, p. 230
Lett. 98, p. 260
Lett. 99, p. 261

Cowper, William- (poet)
(ref. To 'Cowper's works') (see Note).
Lett. 12, p. 22

(ref. To 'reads Cowper').
Lett. 25, p. 27

(ref. To 'Cowper's Line').
(see note). Lett. 50, p. 119

(ref. To 'Mistress of all').
(see Note). Lett. 89, p. 228

(ref. To 'Tame Hares').
(see Note). Lett. 95, p. 250

Cowpox- (pamphlet on)
(ref. To' Dr. Jenner's pamphlet') (see Note).
Lett. 27, p. 62

Crabbe, George- (poet)
(ref. To 'Mr. Crabbe') (see Note).
Lett. 87, p. 220

(ref. To 'his prefaces') (see Note).
Lett. 93, p. 243

(ref. To 'admires Crabbe').
Lett. 96, p. 251

Crafts
(ref. To 'by netting');(making rabbit nets). Lett. 91, p. 234

*See Also: Rugmaking

Cravat- (a scarf or neckeloth)
(ref. To 'Your offer of Cravats').
Lett. 65, p. 165

Craven Exhibition (a scholarship) (see Note).
Lett. 154, P. 334

Cross-Stitch:
(ref. To 'Cross-stitch').
Lett. 64, P. 163

(ref. To 'footstool').
Lett. 65, p. 165

Crosses, Topaz
Lett. 38, p. 91

Cupping- (medical procedure)
(ref. To 'remedy of Cupping').
Lett. 40, p. 96

Curtains- (making Fringe for)
(ref. To 'making very nice fringe').
Lett.51,p. 123