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DOMICIL.

has his domicil, is sufficient to pass all personal estate in any other country. But, if not good by the law of the place of the party's domicil, it is said not to be good to pass personal property in any other country, although otherwise sufficient by the law of the country where the personal property is. (Desesbats v. Berguier, 1 Binney, 336. But see Curling v. Thornton, 2 Addam's Eccles. IL 6, 19 to 25.) 8. Ambassadors and other ministers still retain the domicil of the country which they represent, and to which they belong; and their children, bom in the foreign country where they reside, are considered as natives of the country of their own sovereign. It is not so in relation to consuls and other commercial agents. They are considered as having, like other subjects, their domicil in the country where they reside. (Vattel, B. I, cL xix, § 217; The Indian Chief, 3 Rob. 13, 27; Tlie Josephine, 4 Rob. 26.) 9. Children born upon the sea are generally deemed to be natives of the country to which their parents belong. (See Vatid, B. I, ch. xix, § 216.) The reader who desires further information on the subject

of domicil, is referred to the title Domicile, in Denizart, Collection de Jurisprudence, torn. 6; the same in Encyclopedic Moderne, torn. 10; in Merlin's Repertoire de Jurisprudence; in 2 Domat, 464, B. I, title 16, s. 3, of Public Law; in Digest, lib. 50, title 1,1. 1 et seq.; and Code, lib. 10, title 39, 1. 2, 4, 5, 7; Code Civil de Fi-ance, tit. 3, art. 102, &c.; Voet ad Pand. lib. 5, tit. 1, sec. 90,91, 92; Bynkershock, Qucest Priv. Ju?is., lib. 1, ch. 16; Pothier, Coutumes d^OrUans, Introd. n. 16, 20. In the English and American law, the following references will be found most useful: Bruce v. Bruce, 2 Bosancjuet & Puller, 229; Somervillc v. Somermlle, 5 Ves. jr., 786; Bempde v. Johnstone, 3 Ves. 195; Curling v. Thornton, 2 Addam's Eccles. R. 5; Pottinger v. Wightman, 3 Merivale R. 67; Green's Admiralty Digest, National Character; The Venus, 8 Cranch, 278; Wheaton's Digest, title Prize, iv; Holyoke v. Haskins, 5 Pick. R. 20; Cambridge v. Charlestowii, 13 Mass. Rep. 501; Williams v. Whiting, 11 Mass. Rep. 424; Guier v. O'Daniel, 1 Binney's Rep. 352, note; Elba's v. U. Insurance Company, 16 Johnson's Rep. 128.

CONTENTS.

CPaSe. j

rantara 3|

Crape"

CrapeleWC. and A. G.\ . . ."

Crassus (L. L. and M. L.) . ."

Crater (see Volcano) 4

Cravat"

Craven (Elizabeth) 5

Crawfish"

Crayer (Gaspar) 6

Crayons u

Cream of Tartar"

Crebillon (P. J. de) 7

(C. P.J.de) 8

Crecy or Cressy en Ponlhieu"

Credit

Creech (Thomas) 9

Creed"

Creeks, or Muscogees 11

Crees, or Knislcnaux"

Crefcld"

Cremnitz, or Kremnitz"

Cremona 12

Creole"

Dialects"

Crescendo, or Crcs 13

Crescent"

Crescenzi (Pietro) 14

(D. J. B.) ."

Crescimbeni (Giovanni M.) . ."

Crespi (Giuseppe M.) 15

Cressy (see Crecy) u

Crest *"

Crete (sec Candia) 16

Creticus (see Rhythmus) . . ."

Cretinism u

CrcQsa 17

Crcutz (G. P. count of) ... ."

Creuzer (G. F.)"

Crevenna(P. A.) 18

Cribbage a

Crichton (James) u

Cricket 19

CriUon (Louis de Balbe) 21

Crime u

(Statistics of) 24

Crimea (see Taurida) 31

Criminal Law 31

Crisis (hi medicine) 40

Crispin, St. (two of this name)
Critical Philosophy (see Kant,

and Philosophy)

Croatia 40

Crocodile"

Croesus 42

Crocus (see Saffron)"

Croisade (see Crusade] ...." Croix, St. (river in Maine) . . 43 (river in N. W. Territory)"

(river In Canada). . u

Croker (J. W.)

Cromlech, or Cromleh"

Cromwell (Oliver, the protector)"

(Oliver) .' 50

(Thomas, earl of

Essex)"

Cronion (sec Jupiter) 51

Cronos (see Saturn)"

Cronstadt, or Burzenland ..."

Cronstadt, or Kronschtat . . ."

Crosier"

Cross u

— (in baptism) 53

— Bar-Shot"

— Bearer

— Bow, or Arbalist .... u

— Examination u

— Fire u

Crotch (William) CJ

Crolona, or Croto 54

Croton Oil"

Croup u

Crousaz (J. P. de) 55

Crow u

Crown 58

Corona agonothetarum . . i:

aurea u

castrensis u

civica"

convivalis u

muralis u

natalitia i{

:— naval is :i

-— nuptialis

obsidionalis ...."

triumphalis ...."

Crown (in commerce) 59

(in an ecclesiastical

sense)

Glass

Office

Point 60

Crozat(J. A.) 60

Cruisers"

Crusades"

Crusade., and Crusada (see article Coins, under the division Portugal) 62

Crusca, Acaderoia della (see

Academies) a

Crustaceous Animals"

Cruz, Santa (several places

of this name)"

Cruzada"

Crypt G3

Crypto"

Calvinists u

Cryptogamia s:

Cryptography

Cuba 64

Cubature of a Solid 69

Cube"

Cube, or Cubic Number .... u Cube, or Cubic Quantity ..."

Cube Root \ . . ."

Cubic Foot"

Cubit"

Cuckingstool"

Cuckoo"

Cucumber 70

Cucuta 71

Cud worth (Ralph)"

Cuenza"

, or Bamba"

(Sierra de)"

Cueva (John de la)"

Cutic Writing and Cufic

Coins 72

Cuirass 73

Cujas (Jaqucs), or Cujacius . 74

Culdees'"

Cullen (William)"

Culloden Muir 75

Culm. . 11

Culmination"

Cuma, or Cyme"

Cumae 76

Cumana"

, or New Cordova . ."

Cumberland (duke of) (i

— (Ernest Augustus, duke of)"

Mountains 77

(Richard) 76

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Cumberland (river) 77

(town) . . ."

Cummazee,orCoomassie . . ."

Cundinamarca"

Cunersdorf 78

Cupel"

Cupellation (see Cupel) ...."

Cupica"

Cupid *"

Cupola"

Cura9ao 79

Curassoa Oranges"

Curds"

Curetes (see Corybantes)... 80

Curia (Papal)"

Curiae 81

Curiatii (see Horatii)"

Curius Dentatus (M. A.) ..."

Curlew u

Curran (John Philpot)"

Currants 82

Currency (see Circulating Medium) 83

Currents

Currying 84

Cun*y-Fowder (see Turmeric) 85

Curtius (Marcus)

Curlius Rufus (Quintus) . . .

Curves

Cusco, or Cuzco

Gushing (Thomas)

Custine (A. P. count of) . . .

Customs (see Revenue) ....

Custos Rotulorum

Custrin 87

Cuticle"

Cutlass"

Cutler (Timothy)"

Cutlery"

Cutter 88

Cutty-Stool"

Cut-Water"

Cuvier(G. L.C.F.D. baron)"

Cuxhaven 89

Cuyaba, or Jesus de Cuyaba . 90

Cyanogen (see Prussic Acid)"

Cybele"

Cycladcs"

Cycle ."

Cyclic Poets (see Greek Literature) 91

Cycloid _."

Cyclopaedia (sec Encyclopcedia) 92

Cyclopean Works

Cyder (see Cider)

Cylinder

Glass {see Glass) .

Cymbals

Cynics 93

Cynosuva

Cynthius

Cypress

Cyprians

Cyprian (St.) 94

Cypris ee

Cyprus"

Cyr(St.)"

CyrenaYca 95

CyrenaTfcs"

Cyrene (see Cyrcualfca)...."

Cyril (three saints of this name)"

Cyrillian Letters 96

Cyrus 96

Cythera 97

Czar, Zar, or Zaar te

Czenstochow, or Czenstoch

owa 98

Czerny George (see Servia)." Czirknitz (see Zirknitz) ...."

D.

D"

Da Capo"

Dacca"

Dacca J el alpore"

Dach (Simon)"

Dacia 99

Dacier (Andre) "•

(Anna Lefevre). . . ."

Dactyle (see Rhythm) 100

Dactyliomancy 101

Dactyliotheca 100

Dactylology, or Dactylono

Daduchus"

Daedalus"

Daendels (II. William)"

Daffodil (sec Narcissus) ... 102

Dagh

Dagobert I (the Great) ....

D'Aguesscau (sec Aguesseau)

Dahl (J. Christian)

Dahlia

Dahomey

Daire, or Dairo (see Japan)

Dairy

Daisy

Dal 103

Dalai Lama (see Lama) . .

Dalberg (family of the barons of)

(C. T. A. M.)

(E. J. duke of) . . .

Dale (Richard) 104

Dalccarlia (sec Sweden) . . .

Dalin (Olof or Olaus) ....

Dallas (Alexander James). .

(Robert Charles) . . 105

Dalmatia

Dalmatica 106

Dal segno

Dalzicl (Thomas)

Dam, Damm

Damage-feasant

Damascenus (John)

Damascus 107

Damask"

Damaskeening, or Damasking"

Da miens (Robert Francis) . 108

Damietta, or Damiat"

Damon and Pylhias 11

Dampers"

Dampior (William)"

Damps 109

Dan 110

(Hebrew)"

Danae'"

DanaYdes"

Dancing a

Dancourt (Florcnt Carton) . Ill

Dandelion (see Leonlodon)."

Dandolo (Henry)"

(Andrew) 112

Danegelt 112

Danforth's Speeder"

Daniel (the prophet) u

Daniel (Gabriel)"

(Samuel) 113

Danish Language, Literature, and Art

Danishmend 11

Dannecker (John Henry von)"

Dante 114

Danton (George James) ... 117

Dantzic 118

Danube 120

Daphne"

Daphnin"

Daphnis"

Darcet (John) 121

(John Peter Joseph)."

Dardanelles"

Dardanus 123

Darfur, or Darfoor"

Daria, or Deria"

Darien (town)"

(Gulf of) 124

(Isthmus of) 11

Darius (the name of several

Persian kings)"

Darmstadt 125

, or Hesse Darmstadt (see Hesse) 126

Dartmoor"

Dartmouth"

College (see Hanover, N. H.)." Daru (P. A. N.B. count) . ."

Darwin (Erasmus) '"

(Charles) 127

Daschkoff (Catharine Roma

nowna, princess of) ... ."

Dataria"

Date"

(fruit)"

Datholitc 128

Daubcnton, or D'Aubenton

(L. J.M.)"

Daun (L. J. M. count) ...."

Dauphin 129

Dauphiny"

Davenant (sir William) ..."

David (king of Israel) .... 130

(Jacques Louis) ..."

Davidson (Lucretia Maria) . 131

Davie (William Richardson)"

Davies (Samuel) 132

Davila (Arrigo Caterino) . ."

Davis (Johnf"

Davis's Straits"

Davit"

Davoust (Louis Nicolas) . ."

Davy (sir Humphrey) .... 133

Day.! ..." 134

—-(Thomas) 135

Days of Grace 11

Deacon"

Deaconess 136

Dead Eye"

Reckoning"

Ropes"

Sea. or Asphaltites . ."

Deaf and t>umb (see Deaf) 137

Deal (see Pine)"

Dean u

Death"

(Agonv of)"

Cfvil )*'... 138

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Death (Dance of)...... . 140

tin mythology) .... 139

(Punishment of). ... 140

Watch j 145

Debenture (see Drawback). "' Debt, National (see National

Debt)"

Debtor and Creditor (Laws

of) :•"

Debure (Guillaume and Guil

laume Francois) 14-8

Decade"

Decagon ".

Decalogue"

Decameron"

Decandolle (A. Pyrame) . . u
Decapitation (see Death,

Punishment of) 149

Decandria"

Decapolis"

Decatur (Stephen)"

Decazes (Elie) 150

Deccan, or the Country of

the South 152

Decern"

December '•'

Decemvirs (see Appius Claudius)"

Decimal Arithmetic

Measure u

Decimate u

Deciphering-(Art of)"

Decius (a Roman emperor) 153

Mus (Publius)"

Deck (see Ship)"

Decker"

Declination of the Sun, of

a Star, or a Planet"

Decomposition (Chemical) ."

Decoy 154

Decree

Decrepitation

Decrescendo

Decretal

Dee (several rivers of this

name)

Deed

Deer 155

Dc Facto 157

Defamation (see Slander) .
Defender of the Faith . . .

DelTand (Marie du) 158

Defile.

Definition

Deflagration, and Deflagrator (see Galvanism) .... Deflection of the Rays of

Light

Defoe (Daniel)

Defterdar 159

Degcrando (see Gerando) . . "j

Degradation u'

Degree (in algebra) 160

(in geometry)"

of Latitude"

of Longitude 161

of Longitude (Measurement of a) . . . 162

(in universities) .... 163

Degrees (Measurement of) . 161

DeYdamea 163

Dei Gratia

Dejanira

Deken (Agathe)

Delambre

Delavigne (J. F. Casimir)

Delaware (state)

(river) ,

Bay

Breakwater.

163

. 164

165

Delegate (see Delegation). .

Delegates (Court of)

Delegation

Delft (J. and W.)

(town)

Delftshaven

Delft Ware

Delhi (province)

(city)

Delille (Jacques)

Dclisle, or De Lisle (G.) . . Delia Maria (Dominique) . .

Delolme (John Louis)

Delorme (Marion)

Delos

Delphi

Delphini, in Usum (see Dauphin)

Delta

Deluc (Jean Andre)

Deluge

Dcmarara, or Dcmerary . . . Demarcation (Line of) . . . .

Dembca

Demerary, or Dcmarara . . . Demesne (see Domain)....

Demcter

Demetrius (several kings of

this name)

DemidorT(Nicolaus, count of) Demigods (see Heroes) . . .

Demme (H. C. G.)

Democracy (see Government, Forms of)

Democritus

Dcmoivre (Abraham)

Demon, Demoniac, Demono logy

Demona (Val di)

Demonstration

Demosthenes

Demotic or Enchorial Alphabet

Demoustier (Charles Albert)

Demurrage

Demurrer

Den

Denarius

Denderah (Zodiac of) . . . . Dendrites, or Arborizations . Dengue Fever (sec Fever) .

Denham (Dixon)

(sir John)

166

167

172

173

Deodand

D'Eon (The Chevalier) . . .

Department

Dephlogisticated Air (see

Oxygen)

Deploy

Deportation

Deposition (in law)

Depping (George Bernhard)

Deptford

Deputies, Chamber of (see Charte Constitutionnelle) .

Derby (county)

(town)

174

175

177

179

182

Deiotarus
Deir
Deis

193 194 195

197

198

Derbyshire Spar (see Fluate of Lime, in article Lim-e)

Derflinger (George) u

Derschawin (G. R.) 199

Dervise

Derwent Water 200

Desaix de Voygoux (L. C.

A.)

Desatir

Desault (Peter Joseph).... ^

Descartes (Rene) 201

Descent (in law) 20?

Deseada, Desirada, or Desid

erada 204

De Serre (Hercule)"!

Deserter 205

Deseze (Raymond) u

Desfontaines (P. F. G.) . . .''' Deshoulieres (Antoinette) . ."

Design (in painting) 206

Desmology"

Desmoulms (B. Camille) ... u Desnoyers (A. Boucher)... Despard (Edward Marcus) . 207

Despot u

Dessaix (Joseph-Marie) . . . '• Dessalines (Jean-Jacques) . i4

Dessau (Anhalt) 208

Dessolcs(J. J.P.A.)"

Desultores 209

Destouches (P. N.)"

Detonation"

Detroit - ."

River, or Strait of St.

Clair 210

Deucalion"

Deuse. or Duse *{

Deuteronomy 11

Deux-Ponts

Deva

Devereux (Robert, earl of

Essex)

(Robert, earl of

Essex, son of the
preceding)....

Denina (Giaeomo Carlo) . . .
Denis or Denvs, St. (Abbey

of) *• 183

Denizen"

Denmark u

Denncr (Baltbaser) 190

Dernier (John Christian) . . .

Dcnnewitz"

Dennie (Joseph) i(

Dennis (John) 191

Denon (Dominique Vivanl) ."

Density 192

of the Earth"

193

Dentifrice

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Devonshire, William, duke of (see Cavendish) 216 I

Dew"

De Wette (see Wette) 217

De Witt (John)"

Dexter (Samuel) 218

Dey"

Dhioliba (see Niger, and Timbuctoo) 219

Diadem"

Dieecious (in botany)"

Diaglyphon"

Diagnosis (in medicine) ..."

Diagnostic symptoms"

Diagonal"

Diagram u

Dial (Sun)"

Dialect 220

Dialectics 221

Dialogue"

Diameter 222

Diamond"

District 223

(in technical language) 224

Diana"

of Poitiers 225

Diana's Tree"

Diapason"

Diaper 226

Diaphragm"

Diatonic"

Diatonum Intensum, or Sharp Diatonic"

Diaz (Michael and Bartholomew.)"

Dib, or Div"

Dibdin (Charles)"

(Thomas Frognall) ."

Dice 227

Dickinson (John)

College (see Carlisle) 228

Dictator

Dictionary 229

Didactic Poetry 230

Didascalia"

Diderot (Denis) 231

Dido 232

Didot (several of this name)

Didymoeus 233

Die (sec Architecture, page 338, right column)

Dicbitsch, Sabal Kanski, count (sec Turkey, and Russia, towards the end) .

Diemen (Anthony van)....

Diemen's (Van) Land

Dieppe 234

Dies Irac

Diet, German (see Germany, and German Confederacy) 235

of Hungary (see Hungary)"

. of Poland (see Poland)"

(in medicine)"

Drink"

DietaliaActa"

Dietrich (J. W. E.)"

Dietsch (Barbara Regina). ."

Dieu et mon Droit 236

Diez (Juan, or John Martin)"

Differential Calculus (see
Calculus)"

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Digit (m arithmetic)

(in astronomy)

Digitaline

Digitalis

Digraph

Dijon

Dike, or Dyke

Dilapidation

Dilemma

Dilettante

Dillcnius (John James) ....

Dill-Seed

Dime

Diminutive (in grammar) . .

Diocese, or Diocess

Diocletian (C. Valerius) . . .

Diodati (John)

Diodorus of Argyrium ....

Diogenes of Sinope

Diomedes (several of this

name)

Dion of Syracuse

Dioncea Muscipula (Venus's

Fly-trap)

Dion Cassius

Dione

Dionys'a

Dionysius the Areopagite . .

the Elder

of Halicarnassus .

the Little

238

239

241

244

245 244 245 246 244 246

249 250

251

the Younger ....

Dioptrics

Diorama (see Panorama) . .
Dioscorides (Pedanius)....

Dioscuri

Dip of the Horizon

Diploma

Diplomacy

Diplomatics

Dipping (among miners) . . .

Needle, or Inclina

tory Needle ....

Diptycha

Diroe, or Eumenides (see

Furies)

Directory

Direct Tax

Dis

Discord

Discount , or Rebate

Discus, Disc, or Disk

Diseases (Hereditary) ....

Dishing Wheels

Dismal Swamp

Canal, or

Chesapeake and Albe-
marle Canal

Dismounting

Dispensary

Dispensatory"

Disseizin, or Disseisin ...." Dissenters (see Non Conformists)"

Dissidents"

Dissonance 254

Distich"

Distillation 254

Distress (in law) 255

Dilhyrambus 256

Ditters von Dittersdorf (C.)"

Ditto :"

Divan"

Diver (see Pearl-Fishery) ."

, a bird (see Loon) . ,"

Divergent"

Diverging Series 257

Diversion (in military affairs)"

Dividend of Stocks"

arithmetic) ..."

258

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Divination .
Diving- Bell .
Divining Rod

Divisibility

Divorce

Djebel

Djezzar (Achmet, pacha of Acre)"

Djidda (see Jidda) ....... 263

Dnieper, orDneper,orNieper"

Dniester, or Dnicstr"

Dobberan"

Dobrowsky (Joseph)"

Dock"

Docks u

Dock-Yards 265

Doctor"

Doctors' Commons (see College of Civilians)"

Doctrinaires"

Dodd (William). .

(Ralph) . . .

Doddridge (Philip)

Dodecandria"

Dodington (George Bubb). . a

Dodona 267

Dodsley (Robert)"

Dodwell (Henry)"

Doe, John, and Richard Roe (see Bail, and Writ) .... 268

Dog"

Bane 269

Days"

Doge . .*"

Dog-Fish"

Dogger

Dog-Grass

Dogmas (History of)"

Dogmatics 271

Dogs (Isle of) 11

Dog-Star u

Dogwood"

Dohm (C. W. von) 272

Doit"

Dolce (Carlo)"

Doll (Frederic William) ..."

Dollar

Dollond(John) ,

(Peter)"

Dolomieu(D.G.S.T.G.dc)"

Dolomite 274

Dolphin"

Dolphin of jiavigators 275

Domain, or Demain, or Demesne"

Domat (John) 276

Dome (see Architecture, vol.
1, page 336, right column;
also the article Cupola) . ."

Domenichino"

Domesday or Doomsday Book.. 277

270

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