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Coll. Mus,; author of Musical Ornamentation,
Liszt's Études,' 'Richard Wagner.' (E. DA.)
D.Sc., F.R.S.; Plumnian Professor of Astronomy
(+ T. J. C.) cinesca'; and of 'Ave Roma Immortalis, “Life of
and Experimental Philosophy, Cambridge ; CONWAY, Sir William Martin, M.A.;
Fellow of Trin. Coll. Camb. ; author of 'Tides,' Slade Professor of Fine Arts, Cambridge; Pro- CREAK, Capt. Ettrick William, R.N.,
in Ninth Edition of 'Ency. Brit.' 'Reports to fessor of Art, Univ. Coll. Liverpool, 1885-88; C.B., F.R.S. ; late Superintendent of Com
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(E. W. C.)
Friction on the Earth and on the Moon,' Phil. the Ancient World,' a series of Climbers' Guide.
Trans. Roy. Soc., The Tides and Kindred books to the Pennine and Lepontine Alps, etc.,
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deen; author of History of Epidemics in Hiinalayas,' 'The Alps from End to End,' "The Britain," Jenner and Vaccination, etc. (C. C.) DARWIN, Leonard, Major, late R. E.; In.
telligence Dept. War' Office, 1885-90; serveil First Crossing of Spitsbergen,' With Ski and CREWE, Earl of, P.C., M.A., F.S.A. ; President on several scientific expeditions, including Sledge over Arctic Glaciers,' 'The Bolivian of the Literary Fund; assist. priv. sec. to Sec. Transit of Venus of 1874 and 1882; author of Andes. (W. M. C.) for Foreign Affairs, 1883-84 ; Lord-Lieut. of
(L. D.) COOK, Theodore Andrea, M.A., F.S.A. ;
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articles on Ireland, etc.
DAVENPORT, Cyril James H., F.S.A. ; (C.)
British Museum ; silver medal Society of Arts, of the English Turf,' joint-author of Ice.
CRIMP, Santo, M.I.C.E.; the late ; author 1900; binding editor to the Anglo-Saxon Re. Sports.'
(T. A. Co.)
of 'Sewage Disposal Works': joint author of view; author of "The English Regalia,''Royal COOKE, Charles Wallwyn Radcliffe-, * Tables and Diagrams for use in designing English Bookbindings,' Cantor Lectures on B.A.; author of A Treatise on the Agricultural sewers and water mains,' etc.
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broidered Bookbindings, Life of T. Berthement with Hard Labour,' 'A Book about Cider
let.' Correspondent of the 'Brisbane Courier,'North
(C. D.) and Perry'; President, National Association of
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Enquiry mto the Markets of the European Lord of Appeal in Ordinary ; Solicitor General, COOLIDGE, Rev. William Augustus Continent,''Guide to Queensland,'etc. (J.T.CR.) 1886; Lord Justice of Appeal, 1893. (D.) Brevoort, M.A., F.R.G.8.; Fellow of Mag.
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sident of the Chernical Society, Great Britain ; retary and Librarian Royal Asiatic Society ; History, St David's College, Lampeter, 1880-81 ;
Past President of the Institution of Electrical Professor of Pali and Buddhist Literature, Corresponding Meinber of the Swiss Hist.
Engineers; editor of 'Chemical News,' President Univ. Coll. London; author of 'Buddhism, Society, 1891; author of 'Jura,' 'Switzerland' of the British Association for the Advancement 'Jains,''
Lamaism,' in Ninth Edition of Ency. (History, Geography, and Statistics), Tell,'
of Science, 1898 ; editor of Quarterly Journal Brit., Buddhism, Buddhist Birth Stories,' Valais, Zurich' in Ninth Edition of 'Ency.
of Science'; Professor of Chemistry, Training Buddhist Suttas froin the Pali,' 'Hibbert Brit.'; joint author of "Guide du Haut Daii. Coll., Chester, 1855; author of 'Assaying' in Lectures,' 1881, etc.
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Professor of Logic and Metaplıysics,
Aberdeen Sugar in England,' 'Handbook of Dyeing and 'The Range of the Tödi,' 'Guide to Grindel.
University; author of 'English Words Exwald,'. Guide to Switzerland'; editor of ' Alpine
Calico-Printing,' 'Dyeing and Tissue Printing,'
plained,' Theism as grounded in Hunan Journal,' 1880-89.
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Naturo, A Philosophical Centenary: Reid and bach's Anthracen and its Derivatives,' Ville's
Campbell,' Christian Ethics.
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(W. B. D.)
George Mercer, LL.D., F.R.S., etc. Council of the Bar and Council of Legal
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the late ; 'Director Geological Survey of Canada; Education; late Chairman Incorporated Council CURRAN, Rev.J.Milne; anthor of Geology Geologist and Naturalist to H.M. North Ameri. of Law Reporting; Honorary Fellow St John's of Sydney, and the Blue Mountains,' 'A Con- can Boundary Commission, 1873-75; one of
ID: un dan Erol Boxer
4., 4NICE - Soit USUT dry Unt de
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H.M. Behring Sea Commissioners, 1891, and DODD, Lieut.-Col. John Richard, M.B., | DYER, Sir William Turner Thiselton., under the Behring Sea Joint Coinmission F.R.C.S., R.A.M.C.; Medical Officer,' Royal M.A., B.Sc., LL.D., Ph.D., K.C.M.G., C.M.G., Agreement, 1892; author of numerous scien- Arsenal, Woolwich.
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Kew; Fellow, University of London, 1887-90; Canadian Government, and scientific and other President' Am. Inst. of Mining Engineers;
V P.R.S. 1896-97 ; joint-author of 'Biology'in papers.
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Middlesex,' edited English edition of Sichs' fessor of Chemistry, Morrin College, Quebec;
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of Botany,' 'Flora Capensis,'
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(S. M. E.-W.) DEACON, George Frederick, M.I.M.E.;
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Academy, London ; edited Thausing's 'Albert 'A Chinese Manual,' 'The Life of Li Hung, Engineers, London; investigated schemes for
Dürer: His Life and Works.'
(F. A. E.) water - supply of Liverpool; projected the
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EDGINGTON, Charles, M.A.; President
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since 1898 of the world's speed record for the President Association of Municipal and County Engineer to the Trinity House; Con. Eng. to
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(G. F. D.) of "The New Eddystone Lighthouse,' 'On Fellow of All Souls' Coll. Oxford ; Fellow of DEANS, Richard Storry, LL.B.; Barrister
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(R. S. D.)
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author of "Tramways,' Decimal Coinage, and Counsellor-at-law, U.S.A.; author of Coals 1877-78; author of "Telescopic Work for Star
(J. E. Do.) light Evenings,' 'The Great Meteoric Shower,'
and Cokes in West Virginia.' (W. S. E.) etc.
(W. F. D.) DREYER, John Louis Emil, Director EGERTON, H. E.; author of ' A Short History DE VILLIERS, John Abraham J.;
Armagh Observatory; assist. Astronomer at
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typographist, New York; head of the firm of Armagh Catalogue of 3300 stars, 1886, New ELIOT, Charles William, LL.D., D.C.L.; Theodore L. de Vinne and Co.; author of General Catalogue of Nebulæ and Clusters of President of Harvard University; author of Printers' Price List,' 'Invention of Printing,' Stars,' "Tycho Brahe'; co-editor 'Coperni.
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Books of Sainuel,' 'An Introduction to the panies, etc. ; inventor of numerous improvein Ninth Edition of 'Ency. Brit.,' numerous
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of Centimètre - Gramme - Second System of England and Egypt,' Victor Emmanuel,
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Elementary Text-Book of Physice,' 'Outlines (E. D.) Portugais au XVe siècle,' 'Les Expeditions
of Natural Philosophy.'
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1878-82; member Fishery Board for Scotland; DICKSON, Henry Newton, B.Sc., F.R.S.E., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. (L. DU.)
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DUNCAN, P.; Secretary's Department, Inland Progress of Fish Culture in America,'_'On Oxford ; author of 'Meteorology: the Elements
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torical Association ; author of 'Essays in M.I.C.E.; Professor the Medway Fleet Reserve; author of Mariner's
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Mechanical Engineering at the Imperial UniRussia's Railway Advance and Central Asia, DUTT, Romesh Chunder, C.I.E. ; Lecturer etc.
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Coll. Oxford; presided over the Royal Coin. chaplain to late Bishop of St Asaph, 1887-89, Cooper Penrose; Superintendent, Pem.
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author of 'Quakers' in Ninth Edition of Ripon, 1895; Chaplain to the Queen, 1898-1901 ;
China Station, 1898-1899; author of 'Boat Sail.
ing,' 'Life of Sir George Tryon.' Hulsean Professor of Divinity, Cambridge Uni.
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Contracts,' British Mosses,' 'James Hack versity, 1887-1901, and President of Queens' FITZGERALD, J. D.
(J. D. F.) Tuke,' etc.
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FULTON, Robert Burwell, A.M., LL.D.; Narratives of Genesis,' 'Commentary on Ezra
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author of 'Mississippi, State' in Ninth Edition The Life of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, (H. E. E.)
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Lecturer on Zoology, Cambridge ;
British man of Congregational Union of England and ing, Univ. College, London; Fellow of Univ.
Museum, Natural History Department, 1880-82; Wales, 1883; Member of Royal Commission Coll. London ; author of 'Treatise on the Alter.
author of 'In Northern Spain,' 'A Classifica. on Secondary Education, 1894.95; author of nate Current Transformer,' 'Electric Lamps
tion of Vertebrata,' 'Aves in Bronn's Animal * Arminius,' Independents,' in Ninth Edition and Electric Lighting,' 'Magnets and Electric
Amphibia and Reptiles,' and papers of Ency. Brit.,' 'Studies in the Life of Christ,' Currents,' 'A Handbook for the Electrical
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of Museums, Liverpool; author of 'A Natur. operations in Benin country, including capture Green.'
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of Benin City, 1897, etc.
(H. L. G.) FAIRLIE, John A., Ph.D.; Asst. Prof. of Ad. etc.
GAMBLE, F. W., editor of "Junior Course ministrative Law, Univ. of Michigan; author of * Municipal Government.'
of Practical Zoology,''Flatworms and Mesozoa,' PORD, Worthington Chauncey, Public (J. A. FA.) Library, Boston, U.S.A.; Chief of Bureau of etc.
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GANNETT, Henry; Chief Geographer U.S. London ; Demonstrator of Botany, University of
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11th, and 12th U.S. Censuses; author of 'Idaho, Oxford, 1887.92; Fellow of Magdalen College, Citizen's Manual,' etc.
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etc., in Ninth Edition of 'Ency. Brit.,' 1892-95; author of 'Memoirs, chiefly Botanical
• Dictionary of Altitudes,' 'Statistical Atlas of and Cytological.'
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Orleans; sometime President of the Modern Lecturer at Cambridge; Bampton Lecturer at
Chairman Elect. Sect. London Chamber of Com: Oxford ; Chaplain to the Speaker of the House
Language Association of Ajnerica, and of the merce, 1884-88; Member of Council, Tramways of Commons, 1890-95; author of 'Jesus Christ
American Folk-Lore Society ; President of the and Light Railways Assoc.; author of 'Manual in Ninth Edition of Ency. Brit.,' The Life
Louisiana Historical Society since 1894; author of Electrical Undertakings,' joint-author of of Christ, The Life of St Paul," "The Early of Louisiana Studies,' 'Louisiana Folk Tales, * Factory Accounts."
(E. GA.) Days of Christianity, Darkness andre Dawn, FOSTER, Clement Le Neve, BA, D.Scor
GARDNER, Ernest Arthur;. Yates Pro"The Bible, its Meaning and Supremacy,
fessor of Archæology, University College, etc. (F. W.F.) F.R.S. ; Professor of Mining at Royal School of
London ; Director of British School of ArchæPAUNCE, W. H. P., A.M., D.D.; Presi
Mines, London; Examiner in Mining for the
ology at Athens, 1887-95; author of 'Handdent of Brown University, Providence, Board of Education ; Geological Survey of
book of Greek Sculpture,' Journal of Hellenic R.I.
(W. H. P. F.)
Studies,' many articles on Greek art, archeology,
and excavations, from PAUR, G., of the Egyptian Hall, Lon.
1882; joint-editor Edition of 'Ency. Brit.,' 'Ore and Stone
of the 'Journal of Hellenic Studies' since don,
(C. L. N. F.)
(E. GR.) PERGUSON, J.; editor of the 'Ceylon POSTER, Hon. John Watson, LL.D. ; Observer,' Tropical Agriculturist,'
ex-U.S. Minister to Mexico, Russia, and Spain;
GARDNER, J. Starkie, English Iron Worker author of 'Handbook to Ceylon,' manuals U.S. Secretary of State 1892-93, and Agent of
and Expert'; author of English Enamels,' 'Ironon Coffee, Tea, Gold, Geins, etc. (J. F.) the United States in the Behring Sea Arbitra.
work,' * Armour in England,' etc. (J. S. G.) PERRERO, Baron Augusto; editor of 'La
(J. W. Fo.) GARDNER, Percy, Litt.D., F.S.A.; Linc. Tribuna, Rome; author of ‘Nostalgie d'Amore'; FOSTER, Sir Michael, _D.C.L., D.Sc.,
and Merton Professor of Classical Archaeology, edited From Florence to Rome: A Political LL.D., K.C.B., F.R.S., M.P.; Professor of Oxford University; Corresp. Member of the Diary of 1870-71,' etc.
(A. FE.) Physiology, Cambridge ; secretary R.S. ; Presi- Academy of Sciences, Göttingen ; Member of FFOULKES, Miss C. Jocelyn; translator
dent British Ass., 1899; author of Physiology'
the Archäological Institutes of Gerinany, of Morelli's ' Italian Painters,' etc.
Austria, America, Greece, etc.; Assistant at (C. J. F.)
in Ninth Edition of 'Ency. Brit.,' 'Text- Book
British Museum, 1871; Fellow of Christ's FIDLER, H.; Civil Engineer, head of Technical ology'; joint-editor of Scientific Memoirs of College, Cambridge, 1872; Disney Professor Staff Department of Civil Engineer-in-Chief, Thomas Henry Huxley,' etc.
of Archæology, Cambridge, 1880; editor of Adiniralty ; editor of ' A Manual of Construc
'Journal of Hellenic Studies'; author of FOWLER, G. H., Ph.D. Leipsic; late Hon. tion,' etc.
Corinth,'. 'Ephesus,' in Ninth Edition of FIELD, Capt. A. Mostyn, R.N. ; F.R.A.S., mouth; edited · The Hydromedusa,' and
• Ency. Brit.,' The Parthian Coinage,' Sainos
and Samian Coins,' Types of Greek Coins,' F.R.G.S., "F.R.Met.S.; has worked for the
Leptomedusa,'Marshall's 'The Frog,' Erichson's Hydrographic Survey in various parts of the
Numismatic Commentary on Pausanias,'' New Scientific Progress in Entomology. (G. H. Fo.) world.
Chapters in Greek History,' 'Manual of Greek (A. M. F*) Fox, Francis, M.I.C.E. ; author of 'On the Antiquities' (with Mr. Jevons), 'Sculptured PILON, Pierre Marie Augustin; agrégé és Résults of Trials of Varieties of Iron Permanent Tombs of Hellas,' etc.
(P. G.) lettres ; French Critic; tutor to the late Prince Way,' and various papers on Ventilation, Imperial ; literary editor of the 'Revue Bleue'; Tunnelling,' etc.
GARNETT, Richard, LL.D., C.B.; Assistant author of 'Le Mariago de Londres,' 'Histoire
in Library of British Museum, 1851 ; Super.
head of London Salvage de la Littérature Anglais, English Profiles," FOX, Major;
intendent of Reading Room, 1875; Keeper of and works the French and English
(F. J. F.)
Printed Books, 1890-1899; edited the British drama.
(A. Fı.) | FRANKLIN, Fabian, Ph.D.; editor of Museum Catalogue from 1881 to 1890; author Baltimore News,' Baltimore, U.S.A.; formerly
of 'Alexander VI.,' 'Anthology,'. 'Augustan FISHER, Alexander; English teacher and
Professor of Mathematics, Johns Hopkins History,' 'Byzantine Historians,' 'Chateau. specialist in the art of' enamelling; author of
(F. FR.) briand, Hazlitt,' 'Leigh Hunt,' etc., in technical articles in the 'Magazine of Art, the
Ninth Edition of 'Ency. Brit.,' 'Relics of ‘Studio,' etc.
(A. F1*) FRANTZ, Henri; art critic, "Gazette des
Shelley,' 'Life of Carlyle,' Life of Emerson,' FISHER, George Park, D.D., LL.D. ; Pro
Twilight of the Gods,' 'Life of Milton,' 'Age fessor of Ecclesiastical History,' Yale ; author FREAM, William, LL.D., F.G.S. F.L.S.,
of Dryden,' William Blake,'' A History, of F.S.S. ; Lecturer on Agricultural Entomology, of “The Reformation,' History of the Christian
Italian Literature,' 'Life of Edward Gibbon Church,' 'The Colonial Era,' etc. (G. P. F.) Edin. Univ. ; author of 'Eleinents of Agricul. Wakefield.'
(R. G.) ture, Soils and their Properties,''The Complete PISRE, John, LL.D., the late ; author of "Dis. Grazier,' etc.
(W. Fr.) GARNETT, William, M.A., Hon. D.C.L. covery of America,' - American Revolution,? | PREEMANTLE, Commander S., R.N.;
Durham; Sec. Technical Education Board,
London Co. Council; Whitworth Scholar “The Mississippi Valley in the Civil War,
part author of Nautical Terms and Phrases in * Cosmic Philosophy,' etc. (J. F1.)
(first); Demonstrator in Physics, Cambridge ; French and English,' etc.
Prof. of Math., Physics and Mechanics, UniPITCH, Charles H., in charge of the FRERE, Rev. Walter Howard, M.A. ; versity Coll., Nottingham; Principal, Durham
Indian Territory Section, U.S. Geological Superior of the Community of the Resurrection; Coll. of Science, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; author
(C. H. F.)
of 'Dynamics,' * Energy, 'Evaporation, FITCH, Sir Joshua Girling, M.A., LL.D.; Common Prayer,' 'Notes on the Early History Hydrometer' in the Ninth Edition of 'Ency. Chief Inspector of Training Colleges, retired
of the Use of 'Incense'; editor Bibliotheca Brit.,' 'Elementary Dynamics,' 'Elementary Musico - Liturgica,' 'The Marian Reaction,
(W. G.) 1894; H.M. Inspector of Schools, 1863; Chevalier
etc. of the Legion of Honour ; Governor of St Paul's
(W. H. F.) GARSTANG, Walter, M.A., F.Z.S.;. late School, London, and Girton College, Cambridge: FRY, Rt. Hon. Sir Edward, B.A., D.C.L., Fellow of Lincoln Coll., Oxford ; Naturalist in aut hor of Lectures on Teaching,' The Arnolds LL.D., F.R.S., F.S.A., F.L.S.; Judge of High charge of Fishery Investigations, Marine Biol.