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+*.tar.gz
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COPYING\
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- PRONUNC.WEB\
- README.DIC\
- SYMBOLS.JPG\
- TAGSET.WEB\
- WEBFONT.ASC\
- WXXVII.JPG
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+ pronunc.jpg\
+ symbols.jpg\
+ pronunc.txt\
+ tagset.txt\
+ webfont.txt\
+ abbrevn.lst\
+ authors.lst\
+ titlepage.png
+
+anclist:
+ @ls -o $(DISTFILES) | grep -v 'CIDE.[A-Z]'
+
+clean:
+ rm -f *~
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+distclean: clean
+ rm -f $(DISTBASE).tar.gz $(DISTBASE).tar.xz $(DISTBASE).zip
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+The README file
+
+ To accompany the GNU version of the set of files (CIDE.*) containing
+ the electronic version of the
+ Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
+ (called also GCIDE)
+ These files contain Version 0.51 (January 2012)
+ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
+
+* OVERVIEW
+==========
+This document describes the GNU version of the Collaborative
+International Dictionary of English. It is organized into a series of
+chapters, introduced by headings beginning with a single asterisk. A
+chapter may have sections, which are marked with two asterisks. For
+those readers who use Emacs, this structure corresponds to its
+"Outline mode", which will be enabled automatically upon loading this
+file.
+
+The chapter "INTRODUCTION" describes the structure of this package.
+The chapter "STRUCTURE OF THE DICTIONARY" describes the dictionary
+structure in general. An overview of the markup tags is provided in
+the chapter "TAGS". A detailed information about dictionary markup
+can be obtained from a set of ancillary files included in this
+package, which are described in the chapter "ANCILLARY FILES".
+
+The chapter "DICTIONARY LOOKUP" describes how to use GNU Dico for
+reading this dictionary. Finally, other versions of the Webster
+dictionary are listed in the chapter "OTHER VERSIONS OF THE
+DICTIONARY".
+
+* INTRODUCTION
+==============
+The dictionary was derived from the
+ Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
+ Version published 1913
+ by the C. & G. Merriam Co.
+ Springfield, Mass.
+ Under the direction of
+ Noah Porter, D.D., LL.D.
+
+and has been supplemented with some of the definitions from
+ WordNet, a semantic network created by
+ the Cognitive Science Department
+ of Princeton University
+ under the direction of
+ Prof. George Miller
+
+and is being proof-read and supplemented by volunteers from around the
+world. This is an unfunded project, and future enhancement of this
+dictionary will depend on the efforts of volunteers willing to help
+build this free resource into a comprehensive body of general
+information. New definitions for missing words or words senses and
+longer explanatory notes, as well as images to accompany the articles
+are needed. More modern illustrative quotations giving recent
+examples of usage of the words in their various senses will be very
+helpful, since most quotations in the original 1913 dictionary are now
+well over 100 years old.
+
+This electronic version is being maintained by World Soul, a
+non-profit organization in Plainfield, NJ. For additional information
+or if you are willing to assist construction of this data source, contact:
+
+=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
+ Patrick J. Cassidy | TEL: (908) 561-3416
+ World Soul | if no answer, (908) 668-5252
+ 735 Belvidere Ave. | FAX: (908) 668-5904
+ Plainfield, NJ 07062-2054
+ pc@worldsoul.org or cassidy@micra.com
+=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
+
+GCIDE is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
+any later version.
+
+GCIDE is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
+GNU General Public License for more details.
+
+You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+along with this copy of GCIDE; see the file COPYING. If not, write
+to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
+Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
+
+* STRUCTURE OF THE DICTIONARY
+=============================
+When the archive is unpacked, the main dictionary text of the GCIDE
+will be found in 26 files named "CIDE.*", where the asterisk indicates
+which letter of the alphabet begins the words in each file. For
+example, file "CIDE.B" contains words beginning with the letter "B".
+Additional information about the tagging conventions and special
+character symbols are contained in ancillary files in this directory
+(see below the section entitled "ANCILLARY FILES"). The main body of
+the 1913 dictionary was essentially identical to the edition published
+in 1890, and was republished in 1913 with an appendix containing "New
+Words". The new words of that appendix have been integrated into the
+main file in this version. However, it is important to keep in mind
+that the definitions in this dictionary are in most cases over 100
+years old. Use them with caution!
+
+At the bottom of each paragraph in this dictionary, there is a
+bracketed and tagged "source" indicated. This tells from where the
+definition or other text in that paragraph came, as follows:
+
+[<source>1913 Webster</source>]
+ = From the original 1890 dictionary.
+[<source>Webster 1913 Suppl.</source>]
+ = From the 1913 "New Words" supplement to the Webster.
+[<source>WordNet 1.5</source>]
+ = From the WordNet on-line semantic network.
+[<source>Century Dict. 1906.</source>]
+ = From the Century Dictionary published in 1906, especially from
+ the "proper Names" supplement (volume IX).
+ published
+[<source>XXX</source>]
+ = Added by one of the volunteers.
+
+The original definitions have been tagged and in some cases
+reformatted or slightly rearranged. If substantive information is
+added from a second source, usually the additional source is also
+noted, as in:
+
+[<source>Webster 1913 Suppl.</source> + <source>WordNet 1.5</source>]
+
+This version is tagged with SGML-like tags of the form <pos>...</pos>
+so that the original typography (italics, bold, block quotes) can be
+reproduced. A list of the most important tags for fields in the
+dictionary is given below. The tags also serve the more important
+function of allowing the information content to be conveniently
+imported into computer programs or databases. The set of tags used is
+described in the accompanying file "tagset.txt". ***NOTE*** the
+paragraph tags <p>...</p> do *not* always nest properly with certain
+other tags, such as <note> and <cs> ("collocation section"), which in
+some cases span multiple paragraphs. If you are using a tag parser
+which detects improper nesting, you should first either delete the
+paragraph tags or convert them to non-tag symbols, or, if possible,
+set the parser to ignore the <p>...</p> tags.
+
+The unusual characters (such as Greek or the European accented
+characters, as well as special characters used in the pronunciations)
+are described in the accompanying file "webfont.txt". Some
+information on the pronunciation system used may be found by viewing
+the file "pronunc.jpg", and additional explanations of pronunciation
+are in the file "pronunc.txt".
+
+Each paragraph of the original text is enclosed within tags of the
+form <p> . . . </p>. Within these paragraphs there are no line
+breaks, and some of the paragraphs are over 12,000 characters long,
+which may prove too long to be handled by some editors. At some
+points, embedded line breaks within a "paragraph" are marked by a <br/
+"entity". The file can therefore be converted, if necessary, to a
+form with shorter lines, and subsequently reconverted back to the form
+having one line per paragraph.
+
+If additional line breaks are added, then in order to remove the line
+breaks and reconstruct the original paragraphs, so that the page width
+can be adjusted, perform the following manipulations:
+
+ (1) convert each line break to a space.
+ (2) convert the string "</p> " (</p> followed by two spaces)
+ to </p> followed by two line breaks.
+ (3) convert the string "<br/ " (<br/ followed by one space)
+ to <br/ followed by one line break.
+
+A more sophisticated formatting of spaces within paragraphs may
+require the use of the fully-tagged master files. If you have a need
+for these files, contact Patrick Cassidy: cassidy@micra.com.
+
+The approximate beginning of each page is marked by an SGML comment of
+the form <-- p. 345 -->. (The exact beginning was in some cases in
+the middle of a paragraph, which we decided was not a good location
+for these page-number comments, so the page number was usually moved
+to the next paragraph break). Pages which have been proofread by
+volunteers (e.g., with initials VOL) will have a note within that page
+comment: <-- p. 345 pr=VOL -->. Pages which have not been proofread
+yet (most of them) will have varying numbers of typographical errors
+in them. We still (January 2012) need proofreaders to get the errors
+out of these dictionary files.
+
+** Warning
+
+This version is only a first typing, and has numerous typographic
+errors, including errors in the field-marks. In addition, the user
+must keep in mind that this text is very old and will contain numerous
+obsolete, inaccurate, and perhaps offensive statements, which are
+included solely because this work is intended to reproduce accurately
+this historically interesting classic reference work. This text should
+not be relied upon as an accurate source of information, as in many
+cases it represents the state of knowledge around 1890. The text is
+provided "as is", and the user must accept responsibility for all
+consequences of its use. Please refer to the header of each file and
+the GNU public license. If these conditions of use are unacceptable,
+please do not use these texts.
+
+This electronic dictionary is also made available as a potential
+starting point for development of a modern comprehensive encyclopedic
+dictionary, to be accessible freely on the internet, and developed by
+the efforts of all individuals willing to help build a large and
+freely available knowledge base. A large number of collaborators are
+needed to bring this dictionary to a more accurate, more modern, and
+more useful state. Anyone willing to assist in any way in constructing
+such a knowledge base should contact Patrick Cassidy (see above). All
+reports of errors will be gratefully received, and should also be
+transmitted to PC at: pc@worldsoul.org.
+
+* TAGS
+
+Most important tags used in the GCIDE:
+
+<hw> tags the headword
+<pr> pronunciation
+<pos> part of speech
+<ety> etymology
+<ets> "source" word within an <ety> field, usually foreign words
+<fld> field of knowledge (e.g. Med. = medicine)
+<def> definition
+<cs> collocation section (containing word combinations)
+<col> collocation entry (word combination)
+<cd> collocation definition
+<as> illustrations of usage (within a <def>. . . </def> field)
+<au> authority for a definition, or author of a quotation
+<q> illustrative quotation -- in block quote format
+<au> author of an illustrative <q> quotation
+<altname> alternative name for the headword -- essentially a synonym
+<asp> alternative spelling of the headword
+<syn> list of synonyms for the headword
+<p> paragraph
+<b> bold type
+<it> italic type
+
+For other tags, see the file "tagset.txt"
+
+* ANCILLARY FILES
+
+In addition to the main text of the dictionary, additional explanatory
+material about this version of the dictionary is available in the
+ancillary files:
+
+** COPYING
+
+The license terms for distributing and modifying this dictionary.
+
+** abbrevn.lst
+
+List of the abbreviations used in the dictionary.
+
+** authors.lst
+
+List of authors whose works are quoted in the dictionary.
+
+** pronunc.txt
+
+Description of the special markup used in this dictionary to represent
+pronunciations.
+
+** pronunc.jpg
+
+A copy of the dictionary page describing the pronunciation symbols used
+in the original work.
+
+** symbols.jpg
+
+This file lists original pronunciation symbols with the corresponding
+markup entities used in this version.
+
+** tagset.txt
+
+Description of the markup tags.
+
+** titlepage.png
+
+A copy of the original title page.
+
+** webfont.txt
+
+Description of the special escape sequences used in this dictionary.
+This file also explains the Greek transliteration syntax used in it.
+
+* DICTIONARY LOOKUP
+===================
+The GNU Dico project contains a module for reading GCIDE files. This
+distribution provides a configuration file "gcide.conf" which you can
+use with the "dicod" server in order to look up words in the
+dictionary. See http://www.gnu.org.ua/software/dico for a description
+of GNU Dico, including links to download.
+
+The instructions below describe how to configure GNU Dico server
+(dicod) to access a copy of the GCIDE dictionary.
+
+1. Unpack the GCIDE dictionary;
+2. Copy the file "gcide.conf" to a directory where you keep your local
+configuration files (/etc or /usr/local/etc are usual choices).
+3. Replace the word GCIDE_PATH in the "gcide.conf" statement with the
+path to the gcide-0.51 dicrectory. You can omit this step and use the
+-D option instead:
+4. Check the configuration file. Run:
+ dicod --config /path/to/gcide.conf --lint
+If you skipped the step 3, supply the -D option with the acual path to
+the dictionary. For example, if you copied "gcide.conf" to /etc and
+unpacked GCIDE to /usr/local, then run:
+ dicod --config /etc/gcide.conf -D GCIDE_PATH=/usr/local --lint
+If no errors are reported, then go to the step 5.
+
+5. Start "dicod". Run the same command as described in step 4, but
+without the "--lint" option. This will start the dictionary server
+which will be avaialble on localhost (127.0.0.1) port 2628. The
+server provides extensive searching facilities. It also parses the
+GCIDE markup and automatically reformats the articles before returning
+them.
+
+Now you can access the dictionary using dico (a GNU dictionary command
+line utility), or another dictionary client program (such as Kdict or
+the like).
+
+* OTHER VERSIONS OF THE DICTIONARY
+==================================
+There are several other derivative versions of this dictionary on the
+internet, in some cases reformatted or provided with an interface.
+Those that I am aware of are:
+
+** Dicoweb
+----------
+This version of GCIDE is available online at the GNU Dico web
+site:
+
+ http://dicoweb.gnu.org.ua/?db=gcide
+
+The site provides extensive search facilities.
+
+** Project Gutenberg
+---------------------
+In the extext96 directory of Project Gutenberg
+(http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext96), there is a version of the
+original 1913 dictionary, which is in the **public domain**. The main
+files are labeled pgw050*.*. The tags for that version are a subset
+of those used in this GNU version.
+
+** The DICT development group
+------------------------------
+This group has created a program to index and search this dictionary.
+The program can be downloaded and used locally, but at present is
+available only in a Unix-compatible executable version. See their web
+site at http://www.dict.org.
+
+** The University of Chicago ARTFL project
+------------------------------------------
+Mark Olsen and Gavin LaRowe at the University of Chicago have
+converted the original 1913 dictionary to HTML and have provided an
+interface allowing search of the headwords. When the supplemented
+version has developed sufficiently to warrant the effort, a similar
+searchable version may be posted there as well. The search page is at:
+
+ http://humanities.uchicago.edu/forms_unrest/webster.form.html
+
+That page will provide links to other ARTFL projects and contact
+information for the ARTFL group, who alone can provide information
+about the HTML version or interface.
+
+
+
+Local Variables:
+mode: outline
+paragraph-separate: "[ ]*$"
+version-control: never
+End:
+
diff --git a/README.DIC b/README.DIC
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-File README.DIC
- To accompany the GNU version of the set of files (cide.*) containing
- the electronic version of the
- Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- (called also GCIDE)
- These files contain Version 0.51 (January 2012)
- * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
-
-The dictionary was derived from the
- Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
- Version published 1913
- by the C. & G. Merriam Co.
- Springfield, Mass.
- Under the direction of
- Noah Porter, D.D., LL.D.
-
-and has been supplemented with some of the definitions from
- WordNet, a semantic network created by
- the Cognitive Science Department
- of Princeton University
- under the direction of
- Prof. George Miller
-
-and is being proof-read and supplemented by volunteers from
-around the world. This is an unfunded project, and future
-enhancement of this dictionary will depend on the efforts of
-volunteers willing to help build this free resource into a
-comprehensive body of general information. New definitions
-for missing words or words senses and longer explanatory notes,
-as well as images to accompany the articles are needed. More
-modern illustrative quotations giving recent examples of
-usage of the words in their various senses will be very
-helpful, since most quotations in the original 1913 dictionary
-are now well over 100 years old.
-
- This electronic version is being maintained by World Soul,
-a non-profit organization in Plainfield, NJ. For additional
-information or if you are willing to assist construction of this
-data source, contact:
-
-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
- Patrick J. Cassidy | TEL: (908) 561-3416
- World Soul | if no answer, (908) 668-5252
- 735 Belvidere Ave. | FAX: (908) 668-5904
- Plainfield, NJ 07062-2054
- pc@worldsoul.org or cassidy@micra.com
-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
-
- * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
-
-GCIDE is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
-it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
-the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
-any later version.
-
-GCIDE is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
-GNU General Public License for more details.
-
-You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-along with this copy of GCIDE; see the file COPYING. If not, write
-to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330,
-Boston, MA 02111-1307, USA.
- * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
-
-STRUCTURE OF THE DICTIONARY
----------------------------
- When the archives are unpacked, the main dictionary text of
-the GCIDE will be found in 26 files named "CIDE.*", where the
-asterisk indicates which letter of the alphabet begins the
-words in each file. For example, file "CIDE.B" contains words
-beginning with the letter "B". Additional information about the
-tagging conventions and special character symbols are contained in
-ancillary files in this directory more information below). The main
-body of the 1913 dictionary was essentially identical to the edition
-published in 1890, and was republished in 1913 with an appendix
-containing "New Words". The new words of that appendix have been
-integrated into the main file in this version. However, it is important
-to keep in mind that the definitions in this dictionary are in most
-cases over 100 years old. Use them with caution!
- At the bottom of each paragraph in this dictionary, there is a
-bracketed and tagged "source" indicated. This tells from where the
-definition or other text in that paragraph came, as follows:
-
-[<source>1913 Webster</source>]
- = From the original 1890 dictionary.
-[<source>Webster 1913 Suppl.</source>]
- = From the 1913 "New Words" supplement to the Webster.
-[<source>WordNet 1.5</source>]
- = From the WordNet on-line semantic network.
-[<source>Century Dict. 1906.</source>]
- = From the Century Dictionary published in 1906, especially from
- the "proper Names" supplement (volume IX).
- published
-[<source>XXX</source>]
- = Added by one of the volunteers.
-
- The original definitions have been tagged and in some cases
-reformatted or slightly rearranged. If substantive information
-is added from a second source, usually the additional source is
-also noted, as in:
-[<source>Webster 1913 Suppl.</source> + <source>WordNet 1.5</source>]
-
- A list of the ancillary files related to the GCIDE is appended at
-the bottom of this "README.DIC" file.
- This version is tagged with SGML-like tags of the form <pos>...</pos>
-so that the original typography (italics, bold, block quotes) can be
-reproduced. A list of the most important tags for fields in the
-dictionary is given below. The tags also serve the more important
-function of allowing the information content to be conveniently imported
-into computer programs or databases. The set of tags used is described
-in the accompanying file "tagset.web". ***NOTE*** the paragraph tags
-<p>...</p> do *not* always nest properly with certain other tags, such
-as <note> and <cs> ("collocation section"), which in some cases span
-multiple paragraphs. If you are using a tag parser which detects
-improper nesting, you should first either delete the paragraph
-tags or convert them to non-tag symbols, or, if possible, set the
-parser to ignore the <p>...</p> tags.
- The unusual characters (such as Greek or the European accented
-characters, as well as special characters used in the pronunciations)
-are described in the accompanying file "WEBFONT.ASC". Some information
-on the pronunciation system used may be found by viewing the files
-"WXXVII.JPG" and "PRONUNC.JPG" with a GIF viewer (or any web browser),
-and additional explanations of pronunciation are in the file
-"PRONUNC.WEB".
- Each paragraph of the original text is enclosed within tags of
-the form <p> . . . </p>. Within these paragraphs are no line
-breaks, and some of the paragraphs are over 12,000 characters long.
-These lines are too long to be handled by the vi editor, and probably
-by some other text editors. At some points, embedded line breaks within
-a "paragraph" are marked by a <br/ "entity". The file can therefore
-be converted, if necessary, to a form with shorter lines, and subsequently
-reconverted back to the form having one line per paragraph.
-
- If additional line breaks are added, then in order remove the
-line breaks and reconstruct the original paragraphs, so that the
-page width can be adjusted, perform the following manipulations:
- (1) convert each line break (cr-lf combination) to a space.
- (2) convert the string "</p> " (</p> followed by two spaces)
- to </p> followed by two line breaks (cr-lf combinations)
- (3) convert the string "<br/ " (<br/ followed by one space)
- to <br/ followed by one line break (cr-lf).
-There will be some "lines" (paragraphs) with over 12,000 characters,
-which may give trouble to some simple text editors.
- A more sophisticated formatting of spaces within paragraphs may
-require the use of the fully-tagged master files. If you have
-a need for these files, contact Patrick Cassidy: cassidy@micra.com.
- The approximate beginning of each page is marked by an SGML
-comment of the form <-- p. 345 -->. (The exact beginning was in some
-cases in the middle of a paragraph, which we decided was not a
-good location for these page-number comments, so the page number
-was usually moved to the next paragraph break). Pages which have
-been proofread by volunteers (e.g., with initials VOL) will have a
-note within that page comment: <-- p. 345 pr=VOL -->. Pages which have
-not been proofread yet (most of them) will have varying numbers of
-typographical errors in them. We still (January 2012) need
-proofreaders to get the errors out of these dictionary files.
-
-***********************************************************************
-** WARNING!!! **
-***********************************************************************
-
- This version is only a first typing, and has numerous typographic
-errors, including errors in the field-marks. In addition, the user must
-keep in mind that this text is very old and will contain numerous
-obsolete, inaccurate, and perhaps offensive statements, which are
-included solely because this work is intended to reproduce accurately
-this historically interesting classic reference work. This text should
-not be relied upon as an accurate source of information, as in many
-cases it represents the state of knowledge around 1890. The text is
-provided "as is", and the user must accept responsibility for all
-consequences of its use. Please refer to the header of each file and
-the GNU public license. If these conditions of use are unacceptable,
-please do not use these texts.
-************************************************************************
-************************************************************************
- This electronic dictionary is also made available as a potential
-starting point for development of a modern comprehensive encyclopedic
-dictionary, to be accessible freely on the internet, and developed by the
-efforts of all individuals willing to help build a large and freely
-available knowledge base. A large number of collaborators are needed to
-bring this dictionary to a more accurate, more modern, and more useful
-state. Anyone willing to assist in any way in constructing such a
-knowledge base should contact Patrick Cassidy (see above). All reports
-of errors will be gratefully received, and should also be transmitted to
-PC at: pc@worldsoul.org.
-
-In addition to the main text of the dictionary, additional
-explanatory material about this version of the dictionary is available
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-Most important tags used in the GCIDE:
-<hw> tags the headword
-<pr> pronunciation
-<pos> part of speech
-<ety> etymology
-<ets> "source" word within an <ety> field, usually foreign words
-<fld> field of knowledge (e.g. Med. = medicine)
-<def> definition
-<cs> collocation section (containing word combinations)
-<col> collocation entry (word combination)
-<cd> collocation definition
-<as> illustrations of usage (within a <def>. . . </def> field)
-<au> authority for a definition, or author of a quotation
-<q> illustrative quotation -- in block quote format
-<au> author of an illustrative <q> quotation
-<altname> alternative name for the headword -- essentially a synonym
-<asp> alternative spelling of the headword
-<syn> list of synonyms for the headword
-<p> paragraph
-<b> bold type
-<it> italic type
-
-For other tags, see the file "tagset.web"
-
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- There are several other derivative versions of this dictionary
-on the internet, in some cases reformatted or provided with an
-interface. Those that I am aware of are:
-
-(1) Project Gutenberg
----------------------
- In the extext96 directory of Project Gutenberg (www.prairienet.org)
-there is a version of the original 1913 dictionary, which is in
-the **public domain**. The main files are in the directory etext96,
-and sre labeled pgw050**.***. The tags for that version are a subset
-of those used in this GNU version.
-
-(2) The DICT development group
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-This group has created a program to index and search this dictionary.
-The program can be downloaded and used locally, but at present
-is available only in a Unix-compatible executable version.
-See their web site at http://www.dict.org.
-
-(3) The University of Chicago ARTFL project
----------------------------------------------
-Mark Olsen and Gavin LaRowe at the University of Chicago have
-converted the original 1913 dictionary to HTML and have provided an
-interface allowing search of the headwords. When the supplemented
-version has developed sufficiently to warrant the effort, a
-similar searchable version may be posted there as well. The
-search page is at:
- http://humanities.uchicago.edu/forms_unrest/webster.form.html
-
-That page will provide links to other ARTFL projects and contact
-information for the ARTFL group, who alone can provide information
-about the HTML version or interface.
-
-
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+
+Appendix to 1913 Webster: p. lxix and lxx
+=========================================
+
+ LIST OF THE ABBREVIATIONS
+ USED IN THIS WORK
+ -----------------
+
+a., adj. ---------- adjective
+abbrev. ---------- abbreviated
+abl. ---------- ablative
+Abp. ---------- Archbishop
+acc. ---------- accusative
+Acous. ---------- Acoustics
+act. ---------- active
+adv. ---------- adverb
+Agric. ---------- Agriculture
+Alban. ---------- Albanian
+Alg. ---------- Algebra
+Am., Amer. ---------- America, American
+Am. ---------- Amos
+Am. Cyc. ---------- Appleton's American Cyclopedia
+Anal. Geom. ---------- Analytical Geometry
+Anat. ---------- Anatomy
+Anc. ---------- Ancient, anciently
+Angl. Ch. ---------- Anglican Church
+Antiq. ---------- Aniquities
+aor. ---------- aorist
+Ar. ---------- Arabic
+Arch. ---------- Architecture
+Arch. Pub. Soc. ---------- Architectural Pub. Society
+Arith. ---------- Arithmetic
+Arm., Armor. ---------- Armorican
+AS. ---------- Anglo-Saxon
+Astrol. ---------- Astrology
+Astron. ---------- Astronomy
+aug. ---------- augmentative
+
+Bank. ---------- Banking
+Beau. & Fl. | ---------- Beaumont & Fletcher
+B. & Fl. |
+Bib. ---------- Biblical
+Bib. Sacra ---------- Bibliotheca Sacra
+Bibliog. ---------- Bibliography
+Biol. ---------- Biology
+Bisc. ---------- Biscayan
+B. Jon. ---------- Ben Jonson
+Bk. of Com. Prayer -------- Book of Common Prayer
+Blackw. Mag. ---------- Blackwood's Magazine
+Bohem. ---------- Bohemian
+Bot. ---------- Botany, botanical
+Bp. ---------- Bishop
+Brande & C. ---------- Brande & Cox
+Braz. ---------- Brazilian
+Brit. Critic ---------- British Critic
+Brit. Quar. Rev. --------- British Quarterly Review
+Burl. ---------- Burlesque
+
+C. ---------- Centigrade
+Cant. ---------- Canticles (Song of Solomon)
+Carp. ---------- Carpentry
+Catal. ---------- Catalan
+Cath. Dict. ---------- Catholic Dictionary
+Celt. ---------- Celtic
+Cf. ---------- Confer (compare)
+Ch. ---------- Church
+Chald. ---------- Chaldee
+Chem. ---------- Chemistry
+Ch. Hist. ---------- Church History
+Chin. ---------- Chinese
+Chron. ---------- Chronology, Chronicles
+Civ. ---------- Civil
+Class. ---------- Classical
+Class. Myth. ---------- Classical Mythology
+Col. ---------- Colossians
+Colloq., coll. ---------- Colloquial, colloquially
+Com. ---------- Commerce, Common
+comp. ---------- compound, compounded, composition
+compar. ---------- comparative
+conj. ---------- conjunction
+Con. Sect. ---------- Conic Sections
+contr. ---------- contracted, contraction
+Copt. ---------- Coptic
+Corn. ---------- Cornish
+corrupt. ---------- corrupted, corruption
+Cotgr. ---------- Cotgrave
+Cyc. Med. ---------- Cyclopedia of Practical Medicine
+Crim. Law ---------- Criminal Law
+Crystallog. ---------- Crystallography
+Cyc. ---------- Cyclopedia
+
+D. ---------- Dutch
+Dan. ---------- Danish, Daniel
+dat. ---------- dative
+def. ---------- definitions
+Deut. ---------- Deuteronomy
+Dial. ---------- Dialectic
+dim. ---------- diminutive
+Diosc. ---------- dioscorides
+Disp. ---------- Dispensatory
+Disus. ---------- Disused
+Dom. Econ. ---------- Domestic Economy
+Dublin Univ. Mag. ---------- Dublin University Magazine
+Dyn. ---------- Dynamics
+
+E. ---------- English
+Eccl. ---------- Ecclesiastical, Ecclesiastes
+Eccl. Hist. ---------- Ecclesiastical History
+Ecclus. ---------- Ecclesiasticus
+Eclec. Rev. ---------- Eclectic Review
+Ed. Rev. ---------- Edinburgh Review
+e. g. ---------- <it>exemplia gratia</it> (for example)
+Egypt. ---------- Egyptian
+Elect. ---------- Electricity, Electrical
+emph. ---------- emphatic
+Encyc. ---------- Encyclopedia
+Encyc. Amer. ---------- Encyclopedia Americana
+Encyc. Crit. ---------- Encyclopedia Britannica
+Encyc. Dict. ---------- Hunter's Encyclopedic Dictionary
+Eng. ---------- England, English
+Eng. ---------- Engraving
+Eng. Cyc. ---------- English Cyclopedia
+Engin. ---------- Engineering
+Eol. ---------- Eolic
+Eph., Ephes. ---------- Ephesians
+equiv. ---------- equivalent
+Esd. ---------- Esdras
+esp. ---------- especially
+Etch. & Eng. ---------- Etching & Engraving
+Ethnol. ---------- Ethnology
+etym., etymol. ---------- etymology
+Ex., Exod. ---------- Exodus
+Ezek. ---------- Ezekiel
+
+F. ---------- French
+f., fem. ---------- feminine
+Fahr. ---------- Fahrenheit
+Far. ---------- Farriery
+Feud. ---------- Feudal
+Fig. ---------- Figurative, figuratively
+Fin. ---------- Finnish
+For. Quart. Rev. ---------- Foreign Quarterly Review
+Fort. ---------- Fortification
+fr. ---------- from
+Fr. ---------- French
+freq. ---------- frequentative
+Fries. ---------- Friesic
+fut. ---------- future
+
+G. ---------- German
+Gael. ---------- Gaelic
+Gal. ---------- Galen
+Gal. ---------- Galatians
+Galv. ---------- Galvanism
+gen. ---------- generally, genitive
+Geneal. ---------- Genealogy
+Gent. Mag. ---------- Gentleman's Magazine
+Geog. ---------- Geography
+Geol. ---------- Geology
+Geom. ---------- Geometry
+Ger. ---------- German
+Goth. ---------- Gothic
+Gov. of Tongue ---------- Government of the Tongue
+Gr. ---------- Greek
+Gram. ---------- Grammar
+Gris. ---------- Grisons
+Gun. ---------- Gunnery
+
+H. ---------- High
+Hab. ---------- Habakkuk
+Hag. ---------- Haggai
+Ham. Nav. Encyc. ---------- Hamersly's Naval Encyclopedia
+Heb. ---------- Hebrew, Hebrews
+Her. ---------- Heraldry
+Hind. ---------- Hindostanee
+Hipp. ---------- Hippocrates
+Hist. ---------- History
+Horol. ---------- Horology
+Hort. ---------- Horticulture
+Hung. ---------- Hungarian
+Hydraul. ---------- Hydraulics
+Hydros. ---------- Hydrostatics
+hypoth. ---------- hypothetical
+
+Icel. ---------- Icelandic
+i. e. ---------- <it>id est</it> (that is)
+Illust. ---------- Illustration, Illustrated
+imp. ---------- imperfect
+Imp. Dict. ---------- Imperial Dictionary
+incho. ---------- inchoative
+ind. ---------- indicative
+indef. ---------- indefinite
+inf. ---------- infinitive
+intens. ---------- intensive
+interj. ---------- interjection
+Internat. Cyc. ---------- International Cyclopeia
+Ion. ---------- Ionic
+i. q. ---------- <it>idem quod</it> (the same as)
+Ir. ---------- Irish
+Is., Isa. ---------- Isaiah
+It. ---------- Italian
+
+Jap. ---------- Japanese
+Jas. ---------- James
+Jav. ---------- Javanese
+Jer. ---------- Jeremiah
+Join. ---------- Joinery
+Josh. ---------- Joshua
+Judg. ---------- Judges
+
+K. ---------- Kings
+
+L. ---------- Latin
+L. ---------- Low
+Lam. ---------- Lamentations
+Lapp. ---------- Lappish
+Lat. ---------- Latin
+LD. ---------- Low Dutch
+Lett. ---------- Lettish
+Lev. ---------- Leviticus
+LG. ---------- Low German
+LGr. ---------- Low Greek
+Linn. ---------- Linn<ae/us
+Lit., lit. ---------- Literally, literally
+Lit. ---------- Literature
+Lith. ---------- Lithuanian
+LL. ---------- Low Latin
+
+M. ---------- Middle
+m., masc. ---------- masculine
+Maced. ---------- Macedonian
+Mach. ---------- Machinery
+Mad. ---------- Madam
+Mag. ---------- Magazine
+Mal. ---------- Malachi
+Malay. ---------- Malayan
+Man. ---------- Man<egrave/ge
+Manuf. ---------- Manufacturing
+Mar. ---------- Maritime
+Math. ---------- Mathematics, Mathematical
+Matt. ---------- Matthew
+Mech. ---------- Mechanic
+Med. ---------- Medicine
+Metal. ---------- Metallurgy
+Metaph. ---------- Metaphysics
+Meteor. ---------- Meteorolgy
+mgr. ---------- milligrams
+MHG. ---------- Middle High German
+Micros. ---------- Microscopy
+Mil. ---------- Military
+Min. ---------- Mineralogy
+Mir. for Mag. ---------- Mirror for Magistrates
+MLG. ---------- Middle Low German
+Moham. ---------- Mohammedan
+Mozley & W. ---------- Mozley & Whiteley
+Mus. ---------- Music
+Myst. ---------- Mysteries
+Myth. ---------- Mythology
+
+N. ---------- New
+n. ---------- noun
+Nat. Hist. ---------- Natural History
+Nat. ord. ---------- Natural order
+Naut. ---------- Nautical
+Nav. ---------- Navy
+Navig. ---------- Navigation
+N. Brit. Rev. ---------- North British Review
+Neh. ---------- Nehemiah
+neut. ---------- neuter
+New Am. Cyc. ---------- New American Cyclopedia
+New Month. Mag. ---------- New Monthly Magazine
+NF. ---------- New French
+NGr. ---------- Mew Greek
+NHeb. ---------- New Hebrew
+NL. ---------- New Latin
+nom. ---------- nominative
+Norm. F. ---------- Norman French
+North Am. Rev. ---------- North American Review
+Norw. ---------- Norwegian
+Num. ---------- Numbers
+Numis. ---------- Numismatics
+
+O. ---------- Old
+Ob. ---------- Obadiah
+Obs. ---------- Obsolete
+Obsoles. ---------- Obsolescent
+OCelt. ---------- Old Celtic
+OD. ---------- Old Dutch
+ODan. ---------- Old Danish
+OE. ---------- Old English
+OF. ---------- Old French
+OFelm. ---------- Old Flemish
+OFries. ---------- Old Friesic
+OGael. ---------- Old Gaelic
+OGr. ---------- Old Greek
+OHG. ---------- Old High German
+OIcel. ---------- Old Icelandic
+OIr. ---------- Old Irish
+OIt. ---------- Old Italian
+OL. ---------- Old Latin
+OLG. ---------- Old Low Greman
+ON. ---------- Old Norse
+OPer. ---------- Old Persian
+OPg. ---------- Old Portuguese
+OPol. ---------- Old Polish
+Opt. ---------- Optics
+orig. ---------- original, originally
+Ornith. ---------- Ornithology
+OS. ---------- Old Saxon
+OSlav. ---------- Old Slavic
+OSp. ---------- Old Spanish
+Oxf. Gloss. ---------- Oxford Glossary of Architecture
+
+p. ---------- participle, page
+p. a. ---------- participial adjective
+Paint. ---------- Painting
+Paleon. ---------- Paleontology
+pass. ---------- passive
+Pathol. ---------- Pathology
+P. Cyc. ---------- Penny Cyclopedia
+Per. ---------- Persian
+perh. ---------- perhaps
+pers. ---------- person
+Persp. ---------- Perspective
+Pert. ---------- Pertaining
+Peruv. ---------- Peruvian
+Pet. ---------- Peter
+Pg. ---------- Portuguese
+Pharm. ---------- Pharmacy, Pharmacop<oe/ia
+Phil. ---------- Phillipians
+Philem. ---------- Philemon
+Philol. ---------- Philology
+Philos. ---------- Philosophy
+Phon. ---------- Phonetics
+Photog. ---------- Photography
+Photom. ---------- Photometry
+Phr. ---------- Phrase
+Phren. ---------- Phrenology
+Phys. ---------- Physics
+Phys. Sci. ---------- Physical Science
+Physiol. ---------- Physiology
+pl. ---------- plural
+Poet. ---------- Poetry, Poetical
+Pol. ---------- Polish
+Pol. Econ. ---------- Political Economy
+Polit. Econ. ---------- Political Economy
+Pop. Sci. Monthly ---------- Polular Science Monthly
+pp. ---------- pages
+p. p. ---------- participle past
+P. Plowman ---------- Piers Plowman
+p. pr., p. ple. ---------- participle present
+Pr. ---------- Proven<cced/al
+Pref. ---------- Preface
+pref. ---------- prefix
+prep. ---------- preposition
+pret. ---------- preterit
+prin. ---------- principally
+Print. ---------- Printing
+priv. ---------- privative
+prob. ---------- probably
+pron. ---------- Pronunciation, pronounced, pronoun
+prop. ---------- properly, proper
+Pros. ---------- Prosody
+Prov. ---------- Provincial
+Prov. ---------- Proverbs
+Ps., Psa. ---------- Psalms
+Pyro.-elect. ---------- Pyro-electricity
+
+Quart. Rev. ---------- Quarterly Review
+q. v. ---------- <it>quod vide</it> (which see)
+
+R. ---------- Rare
+R. C. ---------- Roman Catholic
+R. C. Ch. ---------- Roman Catholic Church
+Rep. Sec. of War ---------- Report of Secretary of War
+Rev. ---------- Revelation
+Rev. ---------- Review
+Rev. Ver. ---------- Revised Version (of the Bible)
+Rhet. ---------- Rhetoric
+R. of Brunne ---------- Robert of Brunne
+R. of Gl. ---------- Robert of Gloucester
+Rom. ---------- Roman, Romans
+Rom. Cath. ---------- Roman Catholic
+Rom. of R. ---------- Romaunt of the Rose
+Rpts. ---------- reports
+Russ. ---------- Russian
+
+Sam. ---------- Samaritan
+Sam. ---------- Samuel
+Sat. Rev. ---------- Saturday Review
+Sax. ---------- Saxon
+sc. ---------- <it>scilicet</it> (being understood)
+Scand. ---------- Scandinavian
+Sci. ---------- Science
+Sci. Am. ---------- Scientific American
+Scot. ---------- Scotland, Scottish
+Script. ---------- Scripture, Scriptural
+Sculp. ---------- Sculpture
+Serb ---------- Serbian
+Serv. ---------- Servian
+Shak. ---------- Shakespeare
+sing. ---------- singular
+Skr. ---------- Sanskrit
+Slav. ---------- Slavonic
+Sp. ---------- Spanish
+Specif. ---------- Specifically
+Stat. ---------- Statuary
+subj. ---------- subjunctive
+superl. ---------- superlative
+Surg. ---------- Surgery
+Surv. ---------- Surveying
+Sw. ---------- Swedish
+Syd. Soc. Lex. ---------- Sydenham Society Lexicon
+Syn. ---------- Synonyms
+Synop. ---------- Synopsis
+Syr. ---------- Syriac
+
+Tart. ---------- Tartaric
+Teleg. ---------- Telegraphy
+term. ---------- termination
+Test. ---------- Testament
+Theol. ---------- Theology
+Thes. ---------- Thessalonians
+Tim. ---------- Timothy
+Todd & B. ---------- Todd & Bowman
+Trans. ---------- Translation
+Treas. ---------- Treasury
+Trig. ---------- Trigonometry
+Turk. ---------- Turkish
+Typog. ---------- Typography
+
+Univ. ---------- University
+Up. ---------- Upper
+U. S. ---------- United States
+U. S. Disp. ---------- United States Dispensatory
+U. S. Pharm. ---------- United States Pharmacop<oe/ia
+U. S. Int. Rev. Statutes --- United States Internal Revenue Statutes
+usu. ---------- usually
+
+v. ---------- verb
+var. ---------- variety
+vb. n. ---------- verbal noun
+Veter. ---------- Veterinary
+v. i. ---------- verb intransitive
+Vitr. ---------- Vitruvius
+v. t. ---------- verb transitive
+
+W. ---------- Welsh
+Wall. ---------- Wallachian
+Westm. Cat. ---------- Westminster Catechism
+Westm. Rev. ---------- Westminster Review
+
+Zech. ---------- Zechariah
+Zeph. ---------- Zephaniah
+Zo\'94l. ---------- Zo\'94logy
+
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+<! FILE: authors.lst -- a Supplement to:
+ Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
+ Version published 1913
+ by the C. & G. Merriam Co.
+ Springfield, Mass.
+ Under the direction of
+ Noah Porter, D. D., LL. D.
+
+ comprising pages vii to xvi of that volume.
+
+NOTE: in the original printed volume, these authors were listed
+in three colums per page, each column also containing three subcolumns
+headed, respectively:
+ Quoted in dict. as
+ Names in full
+ Dates
+
+ For convenience in computerized processing, the three subcolumns
+corresponding to one entry were reorganized into paragraphs of three
+lines, separated from other entries by two carriage returns.
+The first line in each entry corresponds to "Quoted in dict. as";
+the last line of each entry corresponds to "Dates" (But where the date
+column was blank in the original, "ND" (NO date) appears in this list;
+the ND was not in the original dictionary); the second line corresponds
+to "Names in full"; but in some cases where two names are given in the
+entry, there are two lines corresponding to the "Names in full", and
+the date then appears on the fourth line of the entry. Where two
+names are given in the "Names in full", sometimes two sets of
+dates were given in the third column, one set for each author.
+In this list, the birth and death dates are always on the last
+line of each entry, and where two sets of dates are given, they
+correspond to the birth and death dates of the two authors,
+separated by a comma, and in the same order as the authors.
+ Where a single question mark appears after a date, this mark was
+present in the original dictionary and indicates uncertaintly about that
+date. WHere two question marks appear after a date, those question
+marks did not appear in the original dictionary, and this indicates
+that the date (usually the last digit) is undecipherable in the
+printed version, and the best guess is given.
+
+ !>
+
+<! p. vii ty=CW !>
+
+ <H1>LIST of AUTHORS QUOTED</H1>
+<h2>AS AUTHORITY FOR, OR IN ILLUSTRATION OF, THE FORMS AND USES OF WORDS GIVEN IN THIS DICTIONARY</H2>
+
+Abp. Abbot
+Abbot, Abp. George (English divine)
+1562-1633
+
+Abbott
+Abbott, Benj. Vaughan. [<i>Law Dict.</i>]
+1830-1890
+
+E. A. Abbott
+Abbott, Edwin Abbott (Eng. author)
+1838-
+
+L. Abbott
+Abbott, Lyman (Am. Clergyman)
+1835-
+
+Ld. Abinger
+Abinger, Sir James Scarlett, Ld. (English advocate)
+1769-1844
+
+Abney
+Abney, Capt. Wm. de Wiveleslie (English writer on photog.)
+1843-
+
+James Adair
+Adair, James (Indian trader) [<i>Hist. of Am. Indians</i>, 1775.]
+ND
+
+J. Adams
+Adams, John (Pres. U. S.)
+1735-1826
+
+J. Q. Adams
+Adams, John Quincy (Pres. U. S.)
+1767-1848
+
+S. F. Adams
+Adams, Sarah Flower (Eng. hymn writer)
+1805-1848
+
+T. Adams
+Adams, Thomas (Eng. divine)
+1588?-1655?
+
+Adanson (Trans.)
+Adanson, Michel (Fr. Naturalist)
+1727-1806
+
+Addis & Arnold
+Addis, Wm. E., and Arnold, Thomas. [<i>Cath. Dict.</i>, 1885.]
+ND
+
+Addison
+Addison, Joseph (Eng. essayist)
+1672-1719
+
+L. Addison
+Addison, Lancelot (Eng. author)
+1632-1703
+
+Adventurer
+(English journal, 1752-1754.)
+ND
+
+Agassiz
+Agassiz, Louis John Rudolph (Swiss geol. and nat. in Am.)
+1807-1873
+
+Ainsworth
+Ainsworth, Robert (Eng. lexicog.)
+1660-1743
+
+W. H. Ainsworth
+Ainsworth, Wm. Harrison (Eng. novelist)
+1805-1882
+
+Akenside
+Akenside, Mark (Eng. poet)
+1721-1770
+
+Albany Evening Journal
+(estab. 1830 by T. Weed.)
+ND
+
+J. A. Alexander
+Alexander, Joseph Addison (Am. biblical commentator)
+1809-1860
+
+J. W. Alexander
+Alexander, James Waddell (Am. preacher)
+1804-1859
+
+Mrs. Alexander
+Alexander, Annie F. Hector (Brit. novelist)
+1825-
+
+P. P. Alexander
+Alexander, Patrick Proctor (Scot. author)
+1824-1886
+
+W. L. Alexander
+Alexander, Wm. Lindsay (Scot. theologian)
+1808-1883
+
+Alford
+Alford, Henry, Dean of Canterbury (Eng. poet)
+1810-1871
+
+Alison
+Alison, Sir Archibald (Brit. hist.)
+1792-1867
+
+Allen's (Mass.) Rpts.
+Allen, Charles (Am. jurist)
+1827-
+
+A. V. G. Allen
+Allen, Alex. Viets Griswold (Am. theologian)
+1841-
+
+D. O. Allen
+Allen, David Oliver (Am. missionary)
+1799-1863
+
+J. Allen (1761)
+Allen, John, of St. Mary Magdalen Hall, Oxford (Eng. divine).
+ND
+
+Allibone
+Allibone, Samuel Austin. [<i>Dict. of Authors</i>, Phila., 1886]
+1816-1889
+
+The American
+(a weekly journal pub. in Phila.)
+ND
+
+Am. Chem. Journal
+American Chemical Journal (bi-monthly, estab. 1879).
+ND
+
+Amer. Cyc.
+American Cyclop<ae/dia, with supplement, 1883.
+ND
+
+Ames
+Ames, Fisher (Am. statesman)
+1758-1808
+
+Anacharsis
+Anacharsis (Scythian philos.)
+fl. 6th c. B. C.
+
+Anderson (1573)
+Anderson, Anthony (Eng. divine)
+ -1593
+
+Andrews
+Andrews, Ethan Allen (Am. scholar)
+1787-1858
+
+L. Andrews
+Andrews, Lancelot (Eng. bishop)
+1555-1626
+
+Angell
+Angell, Joseph K. (Am. law writer)
+1794-1857
+
+A. S. Chron.
+Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.
+ND
+
+Angus
+Angus, Joseph (Eng. author)
+1816-
+
+Annandale
+Annandale, Charles (Eng. lexicographer).
+ND
+
+Anson
+Anson, Ld. Geo. [<i>Voyage round the World</i> in 1740-44]
+1697-1762
+
+Ansted
+Ansted, David Thomas (Eng. geol.)
+1814-1880
+
+F. Anstey
+Pseud. of Thomas Anstey Guthrie (Eng. novelist)
+1856-
+
+Anti-Jacobin
+Anti-Jacobin Review and Mag. (Eng. pub., 1798-1821).
+ND
+
+Arbuthnot
+Arbuthnot, John (Brit. author)
+1667-1735
+
+Arch. Pub. Soc.
+Dict. of Arch. Issued by Architectural Pub. Soc. of Lond.
+ND
+
+Arden of Feversham
+(anon. historical tragedy, 1592.)
+ND
+
+Duke of Argyll
+Argyll, Geo. J. Douglas Campbell, eighth duke of (Brit. author)
+1823-1900
+
+Armstrong
+Armstrong, John (Scot. physician and poet)
+1709-1779
+
+E. Arnold
+Arnold, Sir Edwin (Eng. poet)
+1832-
+
+M. Arnold
+Arnold, Matthew (Eng. poet and essayist)
+1822-1888
+
+T. Arnold
+Arnold, Thomas (Eng. historian)
+1795-1842
+
+Arnould
+Arnould, Joseph. [<i>Insurance and Average</i>, Lond., 1848]
+1815-1886
+
+Arnway
+Arnway, John (Eng. Royalist)
+1601-1653
+
+Ascham
+Ascham, Roger (Eng. scholar)
+1515-1568
+
+Ash
+Ash, John (Eng. lexicographer)
+1724-1779
+
+Ashmole
+Ashmole, Elias (Eng. antiquary)
+1617-1692
+
+J. Ashurst
+Ashurst, John (Am. surgeon)
+1839-
+
+Astle
+Astle, Thomas (Eng. antiquary)
+1735-1803
+
+Sir R. Atkyns (1712)
+Atkyns, Sir Robert (Eng. hist. Writer)
+1647-1711
+
+Atlantic Monthly
+(estab. in Boston, 1857).
+ND
+
+Atterbury
+Atterbury, Francis (Eng. bishop)
+1662-1732
+
+L. H. Atwater
+Atwater, Lyman Hotchkiss (Am. mental philosopher)
+1813-1883
+
+Aubrey
+Aubrey, John (Eng. antiquary)
+1626-1697
+
+Audsley
+Audsley, George Aschdown (Eng. architect)
+1838-
+
+Audubon
+Audubon, John James (Am. naturalist)
+1780-1851
+
+Prof. August
+August, Ernest Ferdinand (Ger. mathematician)
+1795-1870
+
+Jane Austen
+Austen, Jane (Eng. novelist)
+1775-1817
+
+Ayliffe
+Ayliffe, John (Eng. jurist)
+1676-1732
+
+Bp. Aylmer
+Aylmer, Bp. John (Eng. prelate)
+1521-1594
+
+Aytoun
+Aytoun, Wm. Edmonstoune (Scot. poet and essayist)
+1813-1865
+
+Bache
+Bache, Alex. Dallas (Am. hydrog.)
+1806-1867
+
+Bacon
+Bacon, Francis, Baron Verulam (Eng. philos. and essayist)
+1561-1626
+
+N. Bacon
+Bacon, Nathaniel (Eng. author)
+1593-1660
+
+Bagehot
+Bagehot, Walter (Eng. essayist and journalist)
+1826-1877
+
+Bailey
+Bailey, Nathan (Eng. lexicog.)
+ -1742
+
+J. Baillie
+Baillie, Miss Joanna (Scot. poet)
+1762-1851
+
+R. Baillie
+Baillie, Robert (Scot. theologian)
+1602?-1662
+
+Bain
+Bain, Alex. (Scot. metaphysician)
+1818-1877
+
+H. C. Baird
+Baird, Henry Carey (Am. polit. economist)
+1825-
+
+Baird
+Baird, Wm. [<i>Cyc. of Nat. History</i>]
+1803-1872
+
+Baker
+Baker, Sir Richard (Eng. historian)
+1568?-1645
+
+Sir S. Baker
+Baker, Sir Samuel White (Eng. explorer)
+1821-1893
+
+T. Baker
+Baker, Thomas (Eng. antiquary)
+1656-1740
+
+V. Baker
+Baker, Valentine, called Baker Pasha (Eng. quar. general)
+1825-
+
+Bale
+Bale, John (Eng. bishop)
+1495-1563
+
+Balfour
+Balfour, Francis Maitland (Eng. embryologist)
+1851-1882
+
+Balfour (Cyc. of India)
+Balfour, Edward (Eng. Surg. Gen.) [<i>Cyc. of India</i>, 3d ed., Lond., 1885.]
+ND
+
+A. J. Balfour
+Balfour, Arthur J. (Eng. writer)
+1848-
+
+F. Balfour
+Balfour, Francis (Scot. physician)
+fl. 18th c.
+
+J. H. Balfour
+Balfour, John Hutton (Scot. bot.)
+1808-1884
+
+Bamfield
+Bamfield, or Bamford, Joseph (Royalist officer under Chas. I.)
+ND
+
+Bancroft
+Bancroft, Geo. (Am. historian)
+1800-1891
+
+Abp. Bancroft
+Bancroft, Abp. Richard (Eng.)
+1544-1610
+
+Banister
+Banister, John (Brit. physician)
+1540-1610
+
+Sir J. Banks
+Banks, Sir Joseph (Eng. naturalist)
+1743-1820
+
+Mrs. Barbauld
+Barbauld, Anna L. (Eng. writer)
+1743-1825
+
+Barbour
+Barbour, John (Scot. poet and historian)
+1316?-1395
+
+Barclay
+Barclay, John (Scot. anatomist)
+1760-1826
+
+Barclay (Digest)
+Barclay, John M. [<i>Digest of Rules of House of Rep. U. S.</i>]
+ND
+
+Baret
+Baret, or Barret, John. [<i>Alveary or Quadruple Dict.</i>, 1580.]
+ND
+
+Barham
+Barham, Richard Harris (Eng. divine and humorist)
+1778-1845
+
+S. Baring-Gould
+Baring-Gould, Sabine (Eng. author)
+1834-
+
+Barlow
+Barlow, Peter (Eng. math.)
+1776-1862
+
+Bp. Barlow
+Barlow, Bp. Thomas (Eng. divine)
+1607-1691
+
+J. Barlow
+Barlow, Joel (Am. poet)
+1754-1812
+
+Barnes
+Barnes, Robert (Eng. divine)
+1495-1540
+
+D. H. Barnes
+Barnes, Daniel H. (Am. conchol.)
+1785-1828
+
+W. Barnes
+Barnes, Wm. (Eng. philol. and poet)
+1820-1886
+
+Barrough
+Barrough, Philip (Eng. physician)
+fl. 1590
+
+Barrow
+Barrow, Isaac (Eng. theologian and mathematician)
+1630-1677
+
+Sir J. Barrow
+Barrow, Sir John (Eng. traveler)
+1764-1848
+
+Barry (1611)
+Barry, or Barrey, Lodowick (Brit. dramatist). [<i>Ram Alley</i>.]
+ND
+
+Barth
+Barth, Heinrich (Ger. explorer)
+1821-1865
+
+Bartlett
+Bartlett, John Russell. [<i>Dict. of Americanisms</i>, N. Y., 1848]
+1805-1886
+
+Barton
+Barton, Benj. Smith (Am. botanist)
+1766-1815
+
+J. Barton
+Barton, John. [<i>Geog. of Plants</i>, Lond., 1827.]
+ND
+
+Bartram
+Bartram, John (Am. botanist)
+1701-1777
+
+J. Bascom
+Bascom, John (Am. writer on philos. and social science)
+1827-
+
+Bastian
+Bastian, Henry Charlton (Eng. physician)
+1837-
+
+Bateman
+Bateman, Thomas (Eng. physician)
+1778-1821
+
+Bates
+Bates. Wm. (Eng. divine)
+1625-1699
+
+Edward Bates
+Bates, Edward (Am. statesman)
+1793-1869
+
+Baxter
+Baxter, Richard (Eng. divine)
+1615-1691
+
+A. Baxter
+Baxter, Andrew (Scot. antiquary)
+1686?-1750
+
+W. Baxter
+Baxter, William (Brit. antiq. and philol.)
+1650-1723??
+
+Bayard
+Bayard, James A. (Am. statesman)
+1767-1815
+
+Bayne
+Bayne, Peter (Scot. author)
+1830-1896
+
+Beaconsfield
+Beaconsfield, Benj. Disraeli, Earl of (Eng. statesman and author)
+1805-1881
+
+L. S. Beale
+Beale, Lionel Smith (Eng. physiol.)
+1828-
+
+Beattie
+Beattie, James (Scot. poet)
+1735-1803
+
+Beau. & Fl.
+Beaumont, Francis, & Fletcher, John.
+ND
+
+Beaumont
+Beaumont, Joseph (Eng. poet)
+1615-1699
+
+F. Beaumont
+Beaumont, Francis (Eng. dramatist)
+1586-1615 <! died 1616 - Century Dict. !>
+
+Sir John Beaumont
+Beaumont, Sir John (Eng. poet)
+1582-1628
+
+Beck
+Beck, Charles (Ger. philol. in Am.)
+1798-1866
+
+Beck (Draper's Dict.)
+Beck, Samuel Wm. [<i>Draper's Dict.</i>, Lond., 1882.]
+ND
+
+Beckford
+Beckford, Wm. (Eng. author)
+1759-1844
+
+Becon
+Becon, Thomas (Eng. reformer)
+1512-1570
+
+Beddoes
+Beddoes, Thomas (Eng. physician)
+1760-1808
+
+Cuthbert Bede
+Pseud. of Edward Bradley (Eng. misc. writer)
+1827-1889
+
+Bp. Bedell
+Bedell, Bp. Wm. (Eng. prelate)
+1570-1641
+
+John Bee
+Pseud. of John Badcock. [<i>Dict. of the Turf, Ring, etc.</i>, Lond., 1823.]
+ND
+
+H. W. Beecher
+Beecher, Henry Ward (Am. preacher and orator)
+1813-1887
+
+L. Beecher
+Beecher, Lyman (Am. clergyman)
+1775-1863
+
+W. G. Beers
+Beers, W. Geo. (Canadian writer on sports).
+ND
+
+E. Behnke
+Behnke, Emil. [<i>Mechanism of the Human Voice</i>, Lond.]
+ND
+
+Belknap
+Belknap, Jeremy (Am. historian)
+1744-1798
+
+Bell
+Bell, George Joseph. [<i>Law of Scot.</i>]
+1770-1843
+
+A. G. Bell
+Bell, Alex. Graham (Scot. inventor in Am.)
+1847-
+
+A. M. Bell
+Bell, Alex. Melville (Scot. deaf-mute instructor)
+1819-
+
+H. G. Bell
+Bell, Henry Glassford (Scot. writer)
+1803-1874
+
+T. Belsham
+Belsham, Thomas (Eng. divine)
+1750-1829
+
+W. Belsham
+Belsham, Wm. (Eng. historian)
+1753-1827
+
+E. van Beneden
+Beneden, Edouard van (Dutch embryologist)
+1846-
+
+Benjamin
+Benjamin, Judah Peter (Am. polit.)
+1811-1884
+
+Bp. Benson
+Benson, Bp. Martin (Eng. divine)
+1689-1752
+
+Dr. G. Benson
+Benson, George (Eng. divine)
+1699-1763
+
+Bentham
+Bentham, Jeremy (Eng. philos.)
+1748-1832
+
+G. Bentham
+Bentham, George (Eng. botanist)
+1800-1884
+
+Bentley
+Bentley, Richard (Eng. critic)
+1662-1742
+
+W. Bentley
+Bentley, Wm. (Am. author)
+1758-1819
+
+Berington
+Berington, Jos. (Eng. R. C. clerg.)
+1744-1827
+
+Berkeley
+Berkeley, Geo. (Ir. bp. and philos.)
+1684-1753
+
+M. J. Berkeley
+Berkeley, Miles Joseph (Eng. bot.)
+1803-1889
+
+J. Berners
+Berners, Juliana. [<i>Hawking and Hunting</i>, 1486]
+1388-
+
+Ld. Berners
+Berners, John Bourchier, Ld. (Eng. chan.). [<i>Trans. of Froissart</i>]
+1469?-1533
+
+W. Berry
+Berry, William. [<i>Encyc. Heraldica</i>, 1828-40]
+1774-1851
+
+Berzelius
+Berzelius, Baron J<oum/ns Jakob (Swed. chem.)
+1779-1848
+
+W. Besant
+Besant, Walter (Eng. author)
+1838-
+
+Bescherelle
+Bescherelle, Louis Nicolas (Fr. gram. and lexicog.)
+1802-1883
+
+C. E. Bessey
+Bessey, Charles Edwin (Am. bot.)
+1845-
+
+Best
+Best, Wm. Mawdesley (Eng. jurist). [<i>Evidence and Practice</i>, 1849.]
+ND
+
+Betterton
+Betterton, Thomas (Eng. actor)
+1635?-1710
+
+W. L. Bevan
+Bevan, Wm. Lotham (Eng. writer)
+1821-
+
+Beveridge
+Beveridge, Wm. (Eng. linguist)
+1637-1708
+
+Beverly
+Beverly, Robt. (Am. historian)
+1675-1716
+
+Bible (1551)
+(revised by Becke).
+ND
+
+Bib. Sacra
+Bibliotheca Sacra (Am. theolog. Quarterly, estab. 1843).
+ND
+
+Bickerstaff
+Bickerstaff, Isaac (Brit. dramatist)
+1735?-1788?
+
+Bickersteth
+Bickersteth, Edward (Eng. theol.)
+1786-1850
+
+Biddle
+Biddle, Nicholas (Am. financier)
+1786-1844
+
+Jacob Bigelow
+Bigelow, Jacob (Am. physician)
+1787-1879
+
+Birch
+Birch, Thomas (Eng. historian)
+1705-1766
+
+Bishop
+Bishop, Frederick (Eng. writer on cookery, pub. 1852)
+ND
+
+Bispham
+Bispham, Geo. Tucker (Am. jurist).
+ND
+
+Joseph Black
+Black, Joseph (Brit. chemist)
+1728-1799
+
+W. Black
+Black, William (Scot. novelist)
+1841-1898
+
+F. Blackburne
+Blackburne, Francis (Eng. clerg.)
+1705-1787
+
+J. S. Blackie
+Blackie, John Stuart (Scot. class. scholar)
+1809-1895
+
+Blackmore
+Blackmore, Sir Richard (Eng. theologian and poet)
+1650?-1729
+
+R. D. Blackmore
+Blackmore, Richard Doddridge (Eng. novelist)
+1825-1900
+
+Blackstone
+Blackstone, Sir William (Eng. jurist). [<i>Commentaries</i>]
+1723-1780
+
+Blackwall
+Blackwall, Anthony (Eng. author)
+1674-17??
+
+<! p. viii ty=CW !>
+
+Blackwood's or Blackw. Mag.
+Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (founded 1817).
+ND
+
+Blair
+Blair, Hugh (Scot. divine and rhetorician)
+1718-1800
+
+R. Blair
+Blair, Robert (Scot. clerg. And poet)
+1699-1747
+
+Blakely
+Blakely, Edward T. [<i>Dict. Of Com'c'l Information</i>, Lond., 1878.]
+ND
+
+R. Bloomfield
+Bloomfield, Robert (Eng. poet)
+1766-1823
+
+Blount
+Blount, Thomas (Eng. legal writer)
+1618-1679
+
+C. Blount
+Blount, Chas. (Eng. deistic writer)
+1654-1693
+
+Sir H. Blount
+Blount, Sir Henry (Eng. traveler)
+1602-1682
+
+J. Boaden
+Boaden, James (Eng. dramatist)
+1762-1839
+
+W. E. Boardman
+Boardman, Wm. E. (Am. clerg.).
+ND
+
+Bolingbroke
+Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, Viscount (Eng. statesman)
+1678-1751
+
+Bolton
+Bolton, Robert (Eng. Puritan divine)
+1572-1631
+
+Bk. Of Com. Prayer
+Book of Common Prayer.
+ND
+
+Booth
+Booth, David (English lexicog.)
+1766-1846
+
+Boswell
+Boswell, James (biog. Of Dr. Johnson)
+1740-1795
+
+Bosworth
+Bosworth, Joseph (Eng. philol.)
+1789-1876
+
+Boucher
+Boucher, Jonathan (Eng. author in Am.)
+1738-1804
+
+Bourne
+Bourne, Henry. [<i>Antiquities</i>, 1725]
+1696-1733
+
+J. Bourne
+Bourne, John (Eng. engineer).
+ND
+
+Bouvier
+Bouvier, John (Am. jurist). [<i>Law Dict.</i>]
+1787-1851
+
+H. I. Bowditch
+Bowditch, Henry Ingersoll (Am. surg. And physiol.)
+1808-
+
+F. Bowen
+Bowen, Francis (Am. philos.)
+1811-1890
+
+Bowring
+Bowring, Sir John (Eng. traveler and linguist)
+1792-1872
+
+A. K. H. Boyd
+Boyd, Andrew Kennedy Hutchison (Scot. clergyman)
+1825-
+
+Boyle
+Boyle, Robert (Irish chemist)
+1626-1691
+
+Boyse
+Boyse, Samuel (Eng. poet)
+1708-1749
+
+Braction
+Braction, Henry de (Eng. lawyer) [<i>Laws</i>, 1569]
+1227?-1267
+
+Bradford
+Bradford, John (Eng. martyr)
+1510?-1555
+
+R. Brady
+Brady, Robert (Eng. historian)
+1643-1700
+
+Abp. Bramhall
+Bramhall, Abp. John (Eng. author)
+1593-1663
+
+Bramston
+Bramston, James (Eng. vicar)
+ -1744
+
+J. Brand
+Brand, John. [<i>Description of Orkney</i>, Edin., 1701]
+1668?-1738
+
+Brande
+Brande, William Thomas (Eng. chemist)
+1788-1866
+
+Brande & C.
+Brande, Wm. Thos., and Cox, Geo. Wm. [<i>Dict. of Sci., Lit., and Art</i>, Lond., 1875.]
+ND
+
+Brathwait
+Brathwait, Richard (Eng. poet)
+1588-1673
+
+T. Bray
+Bray, Thomas (Eng. clerg. and philan.)
+1656-1730
+
+Brende
+Brende, John. [<i>Quintus Curtius</i>, Lond., 1553.]
+ND
+
+Brerewood
+Brerewood, Edward (Eng. math. and antiq.)
+1565-1615
+
+Breton
+Breton, Nicholas (Eng. poet)
+1542?-1626?
+
+Brevint
+Brevint, Daniel (Eng. divine)
+1616-1695
+
+Brewer
+Brewer, Edward Cobham (Eng. compiler)
+1810-1897
+
+A. Brewer
+Brewer, Anthony (Eng. dram., time of Charles I.).
+ND
+
+Sir D. Brewster
+Brewster, David, Sir (Brit. physicist)
+1781-1868
+
+Brieger
+Brieger, Ludwig (Ger. physiol. chemist)
+1849-
+
+J. Bright
+Bright, John (Eng. statesman)
+1811-1889
+
+Brimley
+Brimley, George (Eng. critic)
+1819-1857
+
+Brinton
+Brinton, Dan. Garrison (Am. ethnol.)
+1837-1899
+
+C. A. Bristed
+Bristed, Charles Astor (Am. writer)
+1820-1874
+
+Brit. Critic
+British Critic (Eng. review, organ of High Church party, 1793-1843).
+ND
+
+British Pharm.
+British Parmacop<oe/ia.
+ND
+
+Brit. Quart. Rev.
+British Quarterly Review (estab. London, 1845).
+ND
+
+Britton
+Britton, John (Eng. antiquary)
+1771-1857
+
+Brockett
+Brockett, John Trotter (Brit. antiquary)
+1788-1842
+
+Brome (1659)
+Brome, Richard (Eng. dramatist)
+ -1652
+
+C. Bront<eacute/
+Bront<eacute/, Charlotte (Eng. novelist)
+1816-1855
+
+Brooke (Eastford)
+Brooke, Wesley. [<i>Eastford, or Household Sketches</i>, Boston, 1855.]
+ND
+
+H. Brooke
+Brooke, Henry (Eng. poet)
+1706-1783
+
+W. K. Brooke
+Brooke, Wm. Keith (Am. biologist)
+1848-
+
+Broom
+Broom, Herbert (Eng. legal writer)
+1815-1882
+
+Broome
+Broome, Wm. (Eng. translator)
+1689-1745
+
+Brougham
+Brougham, Lord Henry (British statesman)
+1778-1868
+
+Dr. J. Brown
+Brown, John (Scot. preacher)
+1810-1882
+
+G. Brown
+Brown, Goold (Am. grammarian)
+1791-1857
+
+R. Brown
+Brown, Robert (Scot. botanist)
+1773-1858
+
+T. Brown
+Brown, Tom (Eng. author)
+1663-1704
+
+E. Browne
+Browne, Edward (Eng. physician)
+1644-1708
+
+P. Browne
+Browne, Peter (Eng. bishop)
+ -1735
+
+Sir T. Browne
+Browne, Sir Thomas (Eng. physician)
+1605-1682
+
+W. Browne
+Browne, William (Eng. poet)
+1590-1645?
+
+Mrs. Browning
+Browning, Eliz. Barrett (Eng. poet)
+1809-1861
+
+R. Browning
+Browning, Robert (Eng. poet)
+1812-1889
+
+O. A. Brownson
+Brownson, Orestes Augustus (Am. journalist and theologian)
+1803-1876
+
+James Bruce
+Bruce, James (Scot. traveler)
+1730-1794
+
+Robert of Brunne
+Mannyng, Robert, called R. of B. (Eng. chron. and poet. trans.)
+1260?-1340?
+
+Lauder Brunton
+Brunton, Thomas Lauder (Scot. physician)
+1844-
+
+Bryant
+Bryant, William Cullen (Am. poet)
+1794-1878
+
+J. Bryant
+Bryant, Jacob (Eng. theol. And mythol. Writer)
+1715-1804
+
+Brydges
+Brydges, Sir Samuel Egerton (Eng. bibliographer)
+1762-1837
+
+Bryskett
+Bryskett, Lodowick (Brit. poet and translator)
+fl. 1571-1611
+
+Buchanan
+Buchanan, James. [<i>Dict.</i>, 1757.]
+ND
+
+C. Buchanan
+Buchanan, Claudius (Scot. divine)
+1766-1815
+
+J. Buchanan
+Buchanan, James (Pres. U. S.)
+1791-1868
+
+W. M. Buchanan
+Buchanan, W. M. [<i>Technological Dict.</i>, Lond., 1846.]
+ND
+
+Buck
+Buck, Gurdon (Am. surgeon)
+1807-1877
+
+Sir G. Buck
+Buck, Sir George (Eng. historian)
+ -1623
+
+Duke of Buckingham
+Buckingham, Geo. Villiers, second duke of (Eng. poet)
+1627-1687
+
+Buckland
+Buckland, William, Dean of Westminster (geol. and paleon.)
+1784-1856
+
+Buckle
+Buckle, Henry Thomas (Eng. historian)
+1821-1862
+
+A. B. Buckley
+Buckley, Arabella Burton (Eng. scientific writer)
+1840-
+
+Buckminster
+Buckminster, Joseph Stevens (Am. Unitarian divine)
+1784-1812
+
+Budgell
+Budgell, Eustace (Eng. writer)
+1685-1736
+
+Buffon
+Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc (Fr. naturalist)
+1707-1788
+
+Bp. Bull
+Bull, Bp. George (Eng. theologian)
+1634-1710
+
+Bullinger
+Bullinger, Heinrich (Swiss reformer)
+1504-1575
+
+Bullokar
+Bullokar, William (Eng. gram.)
+fl. 1580
+
+Bungay
+Bungay, George W. (Am. journalist and poet)
+1825-
+
+Bunyan
+Bunyan, John (English preacher) [<i>Pilgrim's Progress</i>]
+1628-1688
+
+J. Burdon-Sanderson
+Burdon-Sanderson, John Scott (Eng. physiologist)
+1828-1882
+
+Burke
+Burke, Edmund (Eng. statesman)
+1729?-1797
+
+Sir B. Burke
+Burke, Sir Bernard (Eng. antiq.)
+1815-
+
+Ld. Burleigh
+Burleigh, or Burghley, Lord, Wm. Cecil (Eng. statesman)
+1520-1598
+
+Burn
+Burn, Richard (Eng. law writer)
+1720-1785
+
+Bp. Burnet
+Burnet, Bp. Gilbert (Scot. historian)
+1643-1715
+
+T. Burnet
+Burnet, Thomas (Eng. writer). [<i>Theory of the Earth</i>]
+1635-1715
+
+Burney
+Burney, Charles (Eng. author)
+1726-1814
+
+G. P. Burnham
+Burnham, George Pickering (Am. journalist)
+ND
+
+Burns
+Burns, Robert (Scot. poet)
+1759-1796
+
+F. Burr
+Burr, Fearing, Jr. [<i>Vegetables of America</i>, Boston, 1865.]
+ND
+
+Burrill
+Burrill, Alexander Mansfield. [<i>Law Dict.</i>, N. Y., 1859]
+1807-1869
+
+J. Burroughs
+Burroughs, John (Am. nat. and essayist)
+1837-
+
+Burrow
+Burrow, Sir James. [<i>Reports in King's Bench</i>, 1756-72]
+1701-1782
+
+Burt
+Burt, Captain Edward. [<i>Letters</i>, Lond., 1754]
+ -1755
+
+Burton
+Burton, Robert (Eng. philos.). [<i>Anat. of Melancholy</i>]
+1577-1640
+
+J. H. Burton
+Burton, John Hill (Scot. advocate)
+1809-1882
+
+R. F. Burton
+Burton, Sir Richard Francis (Eng. traveler)
+1821-1890
+
+Busby
+Busby, Thomas (Eng. mus. writer)
+1755-1838
+
+H. Bushnell
+Bushnell, Horace (Am. clergyman)
+1802-1876
+
+Bp. Butler
+Butler, Bp. Joseph (Eng. theol.)
+1692-1752
+
+C. Butler
+Butler, Charles (Eng. clergyman)
+1559-1647
+
+S. Butler
+Butler, Samuel (Eng. poet)
+1612-1680
+
+Byles
+Byles, Sir John Barnard (Eng. writer on commercial law)
+1801-1884
+
+Byrd
+Byrd, Wm. (Eng. musician)
+1538?-1623
+
+James Byrne
+Byrne, James. [<i>Eng. Language</i>, Lond., 1885.]
+ND
+
+Byrom
+Byrom, John (Eng. poet)
+1691-1763
+
+Byron
+Byron, George Noel Gordon, Ld. (Eng. poet)
+1788-1824
+
+G. W. Cable
+Cable, Geo. W. (Am. writer)
+1844-
+
+Caird
+Caird, John (Scot. clergyman)
+1820-
+
+Cairnes
+Cairnes, John Elliot (Eng. polit. Economist)
+1823-1875
+
+Calamy
+Calamy, Edm. (Eng. divine)
+1600-1666
+
+Calderwood
+Calderwood, David (Scot. author)
+1575-1650
+
+Calderwood (Fleming's Vocabulary)
+Calderwood, Henry (Scot. philos.)
+1830-
+
+Callander
+Callander, John (Scot. lawyer and editor)
+ -1789
+
+Calthrop
+Calthrop, or Calthorp, Sir Harry (Eng. jurist). [<i>Customs of Lond.</i>, 1612]
+1686-1637??
+
+F. C. Calvert
+Calvert, Fred. Crace (Eng. chem.)
+1819-1873
+
+G. H. Calvert
+Calvert, Geo. H. (Am. misc. writer)
+1803-
+
+Camden
+Camden, Wm. (Eng. antiquarian)
+1551-1623
+
+Campbell
+Campbell, Thomas (Brit. poet)
+1777-1844
+
+Campbell (Dict. Mil. Sci.)
+Campbell, E. S. N. [<i>Dict. Mil. Science</i>, Lond., 1830.]
+ND
+
+Dr. J. Campbell
+Campbell, John (Scot. polit. hist.)
+1708-1775
+
+G. Campbell
+Campbell, Geo. (Scot. divine)
+1719-1796
+
+Lord Campbell
+Campbell, Lord, John. [<i>Lives of Ld. Chancellors</i>]
+1779-1861
+
+J. V. Cane
+Cane, John Vincent (Eng. friar)
+ -1672
+
+Canning
+Canning, Geo. (Eng. statesman)
+1770-1827
+
+Capgrave
+Capgrave, John (Eng. historian)
+1393-1464
+
+Carew
+Carew, Richard (Eng. antiq.). [<i>Survey of Cornwall</i>, Lond., 1602]
+1555-1620
+
+T. Carew
+Carew, Thomas (Eng. poet)
+1598?-1639?
+
+Carleton
+Carleton, Capt. Geo. [<i>Memoirs of an Eng. Officer</i>, Lond., 1728.]
+ND
+
+Bp. of Carlisle
+Carlisle, Harvey Goodwin, Bp. of
+1818-
+
+Carlton
+Carlton, Robert, pseud. of B. R. Hall (Am. writer)
+1798-1863
+
+Carlyle
+Carlyle, Thomas (Brit. essayist and historian)
+1795-1881
+
+Dr. A. Carlyle
+Carlyle, Alexander (Scot. divine)
+1722-1805
+
+Carpenter
+Carperter, Wm. Benj. (Eng. physiol.)
+1813-1885
+
+L. Carroll
+Carroll, Lewis, pseud. of C. L. Dodgson (Eng. writer)
+1833?-1898
+
+Cartwright
+Cartwright, Thomas (Eng. Puritan divine)
+1535-1603
+
+W. Cartwright
+Cartwright, Wm. (Eng. poet and dramatist)
+1611-1643
+
+H. F. Cary
+Cary, Henry F. (English poet and translator)
+1772-1844
+
+Sir L. Cary
+Cary, Sir Lucius (Brit. political writer)
+1610?-1643
+
+Cassell (Dict. of Cookery)
+Cassell's Dictionary of Cookery, London.
+ND
+
+Dr. Castell (1673)
+Castell, Edmund (Eng. orientalist)
+1606-1685
+
+Caton
+Caton, John Dean (Am. author)
+1812-
+
+Caulfeild & S. (Dict. of Needlework)
+Caulfeild, S. F. A., & Saward, Blanche C. [<i>Dict. of Needlework</i>, Lond., 1885.]
+ND
+
+Cavendish
+Cavendish, Geo. (Eng. author)
+1500-1561?
+
+Cawthorn
+Cawthorn, James (Eng. poet)
+1719-1761
+
+Caxton
+Caxton, Wm. (first Eng. printer)
+1422?-1492
+
+Cecil
+Cecil, Robert, Earl of Salisbury (Eng. statesman)
+1563?-1612
+
+Mrs. Centlivre
+Centlivre, Susanna (Eng. dramatist)
+1667?-1723
+
+The Century
+The Century Illust. Monthly Mag. (establ. in N. Y., 1881).
+ND
+
+J. W. Chadwick
+Chadwick, John White (Am. Unit. divine)
+1840-
+
+Chalkhill
+Chalkhill, John, perhaps pseud. of Izaak Walton.
+ND
+
+Chalmers
+Chalmers, Thomas (Scot. divine)
+1780-1847
+
+A. Chalmers
+Chalmers, Alex. (Brit. editor) [<i>Todd's Johnson's Dict.</i>]
+1759-1834
+
+Chambers
+Chambers, Ephraim (Eng. editor)
+1680?-1740
+
+Chambers
+Chambers, William and Robert (Scot. compilers and publishers).
+ND
+
+Chambers's Encyc.
+Chambers's Encyclopedia, 1860-1868.
+ND
+
+Chambers's Journal
+Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, (estab. 1832).
+ND
+
+Champness
+Champness, William Swain. [<i>Insur. Dict.</i>, Lond.]
+ND
+
+Channing
+Channing, Wm. Ellery (Am. Unit. divine)
+1780-1842
+
+A. L. Chapin (Johnson's Cyc.)
+Chapin, Aaron Lucius (Am. divine, and writer on polit. econ.)
+1817-
+
+Chapman
+Chapman, Geo. (Eng. dramatist and poet)
+1557-1634
+
+Mrs. Chapone
+Chapone, Hester (Eng. author)
+1727-1801
+
+Charles I.
+Chas. Stuart (k. of Eng., 1640-49)
+1600-1649
+
+T. Chase
+Chase, Thomas (Am. educator)
+1827-
+
+Ld. Chatham
+Chatham, Wm. Pitt, Lord (Eng. statesman)
+1708-1778
+
+Chatterton
+Chatterton, Thomas (Eng. poet)
+1752-1770
+
+Chaucer
+Chaucer, Geoffrey (Eng. poet)
+1340?-1400
+
+Chaucer's Dream
+(poem formerly attrib. to Chaucer).
+ND
+
+Chauncy
+Chauncy, Chas. (Am. Unit. divine)
+1705-1787
+
+Chauvenet
+Chauvenet, Wm. (Am. math.)
+1820-1870
+
+Cheever
+Cheever, Geo. Barrell (Am. clerg.)
+1807-1890
+
+Sir J. Cheke
+Cheke, Sir John (Eng. scholar)
+1514-1557
+
+Chenevix
+Chenevix, Richard (Irish writer)
+1774-1830
+
+Ld. Chesterfield
+Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stanhope, Lord. [<i>Letters</i>]
+1694-1773
+
+Chevy Chase
+(Eng. ballad, in Percy's <i>Reliques</i>).
+ND
+
+Cheyne
+Cheyne, Geo. (Scot. phys. and phil.)
+1671-1743
+
+Sir J. Child
+Child, Sir Josiah (Eng. economist)
+1630-1699
+
+Chillingworth
+Chillingworth, Wm. (Eng. divine and controversialist)
+1602?-1644
+
+Chipman
+Chipman, Nathaniel (Am. jurist)
+1752-1843
+
+Chitty
+Chitty, Joseph (Eng. jurist)
+1776-1841
+
+R. Choate
+Choate, Rufus (Am. orat. and jur.)
+1799-1859
+
+W. D. Christie
+Christie, Wm. Dougal (Eng. dip.)
+1816-1874
+
+Churchill
+Churchill, Chas. (Eng. poet and sat.)
+1731-1764
+
+Churton
+Churton, Ralph (Eng. divine)
+1754-1831
+
+Cibber
+Cibber, Colley (Eng. dramatist and actor)
+1671-1757
+
+Circular of Mass. Representatives (1768).
+<i></i>
+ND
+
+Clarendon
+Clarendon, Edward Hyde, first earl of (Eng. historian)
+1608-1674
+
+D. A. Clark
+Clark, Daniel A. (Am. divine)
+1779-1840
+
+W. S. Clark
+Clark, Wm. Smith (pres. Amherst Agricultural College)
+1826-1886
+
+Clarke
+Clarke, Henry Hyde (Eng. philol.)
+1815-1895
+
+A. Clarke
+Clarke, Adam (Brit. philol. and commentator)
+1762?-1832
+
+Cowden Clarke
+Clarke, Charles C. (Eng. writer)
+1787-1877
+
+John Clarke
+Clarke, John (Eng. phys. & writer)
+1609-1676
+
+Mary Cowden Clarke
+Clarke, Mary Victoria Cowden (Eng. author)
+1809-1898
+
+S. Clarke
+Clarke, Samuel (Eng. philosopher)
+1675-1729
+
+Claus & Sedgwick
+Claus, Carl Friedr. (Ger. biologist)
+Sedgwick, Adam (Eng. geologist)
+1835-, 1785-1873
+
+Clausius
+Clausius, Rudolf Julius Emanuel (Ger. physicist)
+1822-
+
+Clayton
+Clayton, John. [<i>Repts. and Pleas of Assizes at York</i>, 1651.]
+ND
+
+P. Cleaveland
+Cleaveland, Parker (Am. geologist)
+1780-1858
+
+Cleland
+Cleland, John (Eng. writer)
+1709-1789
+
+Dr. R. Clerke
+Clerke, Richard (Eng. divine)
+ -1634
+
+Cleveland
+Cleveland, John (Eng. poet)
+1613-1659
+
+W. K. Clifford
+Clifford, Wm. Kingdon (Eng. phil.)
+1845-1879
+
+Clifton
+Clifton, William (Am. poet)
+1772-1799
+
+De Witt Clinton
+Clinton, De Witt (Am. statesman)
+1769-1828
+
+A. H. Clough
+Clough, Arthur Hugh (Eng. poet)
+1819-1861
+
+F. P. Cobbe
+Cobbe, Frances Power (Brit. writer)
+1822-
+
+Cobbett
+Cobbett, Wm. (Eng. polit. writer)
+1762-1835
+
+R. Cobden
+Cobden, Richard (Eng. economist)
+1804-1865
+
+Cobham
+Cobham, Sir John Oldcastle, Ld. (Eng. martyr)
+1360?-1417
+
+Cocker
+Cocker, Edw. (Eng. mathematician)
+1631-1675
+
+Cockeram
+Cockeram, Henry. [<i>Eng. Dict.</i>, 1632.]
+ND
+
+Codrington
+Codrington, Robt. (Eng. misc. writer)
+1602-1665
+
+Cogan
+Cogan, Thomas (Eng. physician and divine). [<i>The Passions</i>]
+1736-1818
+
+Cogan (1595)
+Cogan, Thomas (Eng. physician)
+1545?-1607
+
+Coke
+Coke, Sir Edward. [<i>Laws of Eng., including Coke on Littleton</i>]
+1552-1634
+
+Colebrooke
+Colebrooke, Hen. T. (Eng. orient.)
+1765-1837
+
+Coleman
+Coleman, Lyman (Am. scholar)
+1796-1882
+
+Coleridge
+Coleridge, Samuel T. (Eng. poet)
+1772-1834
+
+H. Coleridge
+Coleridge, Hartley (Eng. poet)
+1796-1849
+
+Coles
+Coles, Elisha (Eng. lexicographer)
+1640?-1680
+
+Collection of Records (1642)
+Title to a Collection of Records (cited from Latham's Dict.).
+ND
+
+Collier
+Collier, Jeremy (Eng. divine)
+1650-1726
+
+J. P. Collier
+Collier, John Payne (Eng. lit. hist.)
+1789-1883
+
+<! p. ix ty=CM !>
+
+Collins
+Collins, Wm. (Eng. poet)
+1721-1759
+
+M. Collins
+Collins, Mortimer (Eng. writer)
+1827-1876
+
+T. W. Collins
+Collins, Thomas Wharton (Am. poet and economist)
+1812-1879
+
+W. Collins
+Collins, Wm. Wilkie (Eng. novelist)
+1824-1889
+
+J. Collyer
+Collyer, John. [<i>Law of Partnership</i>, Lond., 1840.]
+ND
+
+Colman
+Colman, Geo., the Younger (Eng. dramatic poet)
+1762-1836
+
+Colman & Garrick
+Colman, George, the Elder, and Garrick, David. [<i>Clandestine Marriage</i>.]
+ND
+
+Colman, the Elder, or (1761)
+Colman, George, the Elder (Eng. essayist and dramatist)
+1732-1794
+
+P. Colquhoun
+Colquhoun, Patrick (Scot. statis.)
+1745-1820
+
+G. Combe
+Combe, Geo. (Scot. phrenol. writer)
+1788-1858
+
+Comber
+Comber, Thos. (Dean of Durham)
+1644-1699
+
+Compton
+Compton, Henry (Eng. bishop)
+1632-1713
+
+Congreve
+Congreve, Wm. (Eng. dram. poet)
+1670-1729
+
+Constitution of U. S.
+Constitution of the United States (framed in the Federal Convention, 1787).
+ND
+
+Contemp. Rev.
+Contemporary Review (founded in London, 1866).
+ND
+
+Conybeare
+Conybeare, Wm. J. (Eng. divine)
+1815-1857
+
+J. Conybeare
+Conybeare, John (Eng. bishop)
+1692-1755
+
+Cook
+Cook, Capt. Jas. (Eng. navigator)
+1728-1779
+
+Joseph Cook
+Cook, Joseph (Am. lecturer)
+1838-
+
+Cooke (1615)
+[<i>Description of the Body of Man</i>] quoted rom Richardson's Dict.
+ND
+
+J. P. Cooke
+Cooke, Josiah P. (Am. chemist)
+1827-1894
+
+M. C. Cooke
+Cooke, Mordecai Cubitt (Eng. bot.)
+1825-
+
+Cooley
+Cooley, Thos. M. (Am. lawyer, ed. Story's and Blackstone's Comm.)
+1824-1898
+
+A. J. Cooley
+Cooley, Arnold James. [<i>Prac. Receipts</i>, 4th ed., Lond., 1864.]
+ND
+
+Coombe
+Coombe, Wm. (Eng. humorous poet)
+1741-1823
+
+Cooper
+Cooper, Jas. Fenimore (Am. nov.)
+1789-1851
+
+J. G. Cooper
+Cooper, John Gilbert (Eng. writer on classics)
+1723-1769
+
+Cope
+Cope, Edward Drinker (Am. nat.)
+1840-1897
+
+Copland
+Copland, Jas. (Scot. physician)
+1791-1870
+
+A. Copley
+Copley, Anthony. [<i>Fits, Wits, and Fancies</i>, 1595]
+1567-1607?
+
+Bp. Corbet
+Corbet, Bp. Richard (Eng. poet)
+1582-1635
+
+Cornhill Mag.
+Cornhill Magazine (London monthly journal, estab. 1859).
+ND
+
+B. Cornwall
+Cornwall, Barry, pseud. of B. W. Procter (Eng. poet)
+1787-1874
+
+Sir C. Cornwallis
+Cornwallis, Sir Charles (Eng. diplomat)
+-1630?
+
+The Coronation
+(a comedy of 17th cent., either by John Fletcher or by Shirley).
+ND
+
+E. L. Corthell
+Corthell, Elmer L. (Am. engineer)
+1840-
+
+Bp. Cosin
+Cosin, John (Eng. author)
+1594-1672
+
+Cotgrave
+Cotgrave, Randle (Eng. lexicog.)
+-1634
+
+J. Cotgrave
+Cotgrave, John [<i>Wit's Interpret.</i>, or <i>Eng. Parnassus</i>, Lond., 1665]
+fl. 1655
+
+Cotton
+Cotton, Chas. (Eng. trans. and poet)
+1630-1687
+
+N. Cotton
+Cotton, Nath. (Eng. phys. and poet)
+1707-1788
+
+Coues
+Coues, Elliott (Am. naturalist)
+1842-1899
+
+The Council Book (1651)
+The Council Book of the Eng. Commonwealth.
+ND
+
+Court of Love
+(a poem attributed to Chaucer).
+ND
+
+Courthope
+Courthope, Wm. John (Eng. essayist)
+1842-
+
+Coventry
+Coventry, Henry (Eng. writer)
+1710?-1752
+
+Coverdale
+Coverdale, Miles (Eng. divine)
+1488-1568
+
+Cowell
+Cowell, John (Eng. jurist)
+1554-1611
+
+Cowley
+Cowley, Abraham (Eng. poet)
+1618-1667
+
+Cowper
+Cowper, William (Eng. poet)
+1731-1800
+
+Lady Cowper
+Cowper, Mary (Eng. writer). [<i>Diary</i>, 1864]
+1685-1724
+
+G. W. Cox
+Cox, Geo. Wm. (Eng. historian)
+1827-
+
+Coxe
+Coxe, John Redman (Am. phys.)
+1773-1864
+
+Bp. Coxe
+Coxe, Arthur Cleveland (Am. poet)
+1818-1896
+
+W. Coxe
+Coxe, Wm. (Eng. hist. writer)
+1747-1828
+
+Cozzens
+Cozzens, Fred S. (Am. writer)
+1818-1869
+
+Crabb
+Crabb, Geo. (Eng. lexicog.) [<i>Syn.</i>]
+1778-1851
+
+Crabbe
+Crabbe, Geo. (Eng. poet)
+1754-1832
+
+B. Cracroft
+Cracroft, Bernard (Eng. essayist)
+1826?-1888
+
+Craft of Lovers (1448)
+(a poem formerly attributed to Chaucer).
+ND
+
+Craig
+Craig, John. [<i>Eng. Dict.</i>, Lond., 1852.]
+ND
+
+Sir T. Craig
+Craig, Sir Thomas (Scot. lawyer and antiquary)
+1538-1608
+
+W. P. Craighill
+Craighill, Wm. Price (Am. soldier)
+1833-
+
+Craik
+Craik, Geo. Lillie (Scot. writer)
+1799-1866
+
+Cranch
+Cranch, Wm. (Am. jurist)
+1769-1855
+
+Cranmer
+Cranmer, Thomas (Eng. reformer)
+1489-1556
+
+Crashaw
+Crashaw, Richard (Eng. poet)
+1613?-1649
+
+J. Crawfurd
+Crawfurd, John (Scot. author)
+1783-1868
+
+Creech
+Creech, Thomas (Eng. translator)
+1659-1701
+
+Creed of Pope Pius IV.
+Creed of Pius IV. (Pope, 1559-65)
+1499-1565
+
+Croft
+Croft, Herbert (Eng. bishop)
+1603-1691
+
+Croker
+Croker, John W. (Brit. statesman)
+1780-1857
+
+Croly
+Croly, Geo. (Brit. divine and poet)
+1780-1860
+
+Crompton
+Crompton, Hugh (Eng. poet)
+fl. 1657
+
+Oliver Cromwell
+Cromwell, Oliver (lord protector of the Eng. Commonwealth)
+1599-1658
+
+W. Crookes
+Crookes, Wm. (Eng. physicist)
+1832-
+
+Crosby
+Crosby, Alpheus (Am. educator)
+1810-1874
+
+Cross (Life of G. Eliot)
+Cross, John Walter (husband of Geo. Eliot, and ed. of her Life).
+ND
+
+Crowley
+Crowley, Robert (Eng. divine)
+1518-1588
+
+Croxall
+Croxall, Samuel (Brit. divine)
+-1752
+
+Cruise
+Cruise, William (Eng. legal writer)
+-1824
+
+Cudworth
+Cudworth, Ralph (Eng. divine and philosopher)
+1617-1688
+
+W. Cullen
+Cullen, Wm. (Scot. med. writer)
+1712-1790
+
+R. Cumberland
+Cumberland, Richard (Eng. poet and dramatist)
+1732-1811
+
+Cumming
+Cumming, Roualeyn Geo. Gordon (Scot. traveler)
+1820-1866
+
+J. Cunningham
+Cunningham, John (Irish poet)
+1729-1773
+
+P. Cunningham
+Cunningham, Peter (Eng. antiq.)
+1816-1869
+
+Curran
+Curran, John Philpot (Irish orator)
+1750-1817
+
+Cursor Mundi
+(a metrical version of the Old and New Testaments, interspersed with legends, about 1320).
+ND
+
+B. R. Curtis
+Curtis, Benj. Robbins (Am. judge)
+1809-1874
+
+G. T. Curtis
+Curtis, Geo. Ticknor (Am. lawyer and author)
+1812-1894
+
+G. W. Curtis
+Curtis, Geo. W. (Am. author and ed.)
+1824-1892
+
+Cushing
+Cushing, Luther S. (Am. lawyer)
+1803-1856
+
+Cussans
+Cussans, John Edwin. [<i>Handbook of Heraldry</i>, Lond., 1869.]
+ND
+
+Cuvier
+Cuvier, Georges Chr<eacute/tien L. F. D., Baron (Fr. naturalist)
+1769-1832
+
+Cyc. of Arts & Sciences
+(a division of the English Cyclop<ae/dia).
+ND
+
+Cyc. Mec.
+Cyclop<ae/dia of Practical Medicine, 1833-35, ed. by A. Tweedie, John Forbes, and John Conolly).
+ND
+
+Da Costa
+Da Costa, Emanuel Mendes (conchologist, For. Sec. to Royal Soc.)
+-1788?
+
+D. Daggett
+Daggett, David (Am. jurist)
+1764-1851
+
+Dalgarno
+Dalgarno, George (Scotch writer)
+1626?-1687
+
+W. H. Dall
+Dall, Wm. Healey (Am. explorer in Alaska)
+1845-
+
+Dalton
+Dalton, John Call (Am. physician)
+1825-1889
+
+M. Dalton
+Dalton, Michael (Eng. lawyer)
+1554-1620
+
+Dampier
+Dampier, Wm. (Eng. navigator)
+1652-1715
+
+Dana
+Dana, James Dwight (Am. geol.)
+1813-1895
+
+E. S. Dana
+Dana, Edward S. (Am. mineral.)
+1849-
+
+R. H. Dana, Jr.
+Dana, Richard Henry, Jr. [<i>Two Years before the Mast. Practical Seamanship</i>]
+1815-1882
+
+Daneil
+Daniel, Samuel (Eng. poet and hist.)
+1562-1619
+
+Daniell
+Daniell, Edmund Robert (Eng. jurist) [<i>Prac. of High Court of Chanc.</i>, 1845]
+-1854
+
+D'Anville (Trans.)
+D'Anville, Jean B. B. (Fr. geog.)
+1697-1782
+
+Mad. D'Arblay
+D'Arblay, Frances Burney, Madame (Eng. novelist)
+1752-1840
+
+W. Darlington
+Darlington, Wm. (Am. botanist)
+1782-1863
+
+J. Dart
+Dart, John (Eng. writer)
+-1730
+
+Darwin
+Darwin, Chas. Robt. (Eng. nat.)
+1809-1882
+
+E. Darwin
+Darwin, Erasmus (Eng. bot. and poet)
+1731-1802
+
+Davenant
+Davenant, Sir Wm. (Eng. Dram. )
+1606-1668
+
+John Davidson
+Davidson, John. [<i>Prac. Math.</i>, Edin., 1852.]
+ND
+
+S. Davidson
+Davidson, Samuel (Brit. bib. critic)
+ND
+
+Davies (with name of work)
+Davies, John, of Hereford (Eng. poet)
+1565?-1618
+
+Davies & Peck (Math. Dict.)
+{Davies, Chas.}
+{Peck, Wm. G.} [<i>Math. Dict.</i>, N. Y., 1856.]
+1798-1876, 1820-
+
+Sir J. Davies
+Davies, Sir John (Eng. phil. poet)
+1570-1626
+
+E. Davis
+Davis, Emerson (Am. clergyman)
+1798-1866
+
+Mrs. R. H. Davis
+Davis, Rebecca Harding (Am. author)
+1840-
+
+F. Davison
+Davison, Francis (Eng. statesman)
+fl. 1600
+
+Davy
+Davy, Sir Humphry (Eng. nat. philosopher)
+1778-1829
+
+T. Dawes
+Dawes, Thomas (Am. judge)
+1757-1825
+
+Dawkins
+Dawkins, Wm. Boyd (Brit. geol.)
+1838-
+
+B. Dawson
+Dawson, Benj. (Eng. Presb. divine)
+1729-1814
+
+Day
+Day, Jeremiah (Am. math.)
+1773-1867
+
+De Bary
+De Bary, Heinrich Anton (Ger. bot.)
+1831-1888
+
+Decker
+Decker or Dekker, Thomas (Eng. dramatist)
+1570?-1640
+
+The Declaration of Independence
+(written by Thomas Jefferson, 1776).
+ND
+
+De Colange
+De Colange, Auguste Leo (Fr. poet and journalist)
+1819-
+
+J. Dee
+Dee, John (Eng. math. and astrol.)
+1527-1608
+
+De Foe
+De Foe, Daniel (Eng. writer)
+1661?-1731
+
+De Morgan
+De Morgan, Augustus (Eng. math.)
+1806-1871
+
+Denham
+Denham, Sir John (Eng. poet)
+1615-1669
+
+Dennis
+Dennis, John (Eng. dram. and polit. writer)
+1657-1734
+
+De Quincey
+DeQuincey, Thomas (Eng. author)
+1785-1859
+
+Derham
+Derham, Wm. (Eng. philosopher)
+1657-1735
+
+E. Dering (1576)
+Dering, Edwd. (Eng. Puritan divine)
+-1576
+
+Sir E. Dering
+Dering, Sir Edward (Eng. polit.)
+1598-1644
+
+Sir A. De Vere
+De Vere, Sir Aubrey (Irish poet)
+1788-1846
+
+De Watteville
+De Watteville, Armand (med. elec. in Eng.) [<i>Introd. to Med. Elec.</i>, Lond., 1878.]
+ND
+
+Dewey
+Dewey, Orville (Am. clergyman)
+1794-1882
+
+Dibdin
+Dibdin, Thos. F. (Eng. bibliog.)
+1775-1848
+
+T. Dick
+Dick, Thomas (Scot. author)
+1772-1857
+
+Dickens
+Dickens, Charles (Eng. novelist)
+1812-1870
+
+Dict. of Education
+Dictionary of Education (ed. by Henry Kiddle, and Alex. J. Schem, N. Y., 1877).
+ND
+
+Diet's Dry Dinner (1599)
+(notes on foods, with stories for the table, by Henry Buttes, or Butts).
+ND
+
+Ld. Digby
+Digby, Ld. Geo. (Eng. politician)
+1612-1676
+
+R. Digby
+Digby, Robert (Eng. poet) [<i>Letter to Pope</i>]
+-1726
+
+Sir K. Digby
+Digby, Sir Kenelm (Eng. philosopher)
+1603-1665
+
+Digges (1579)
+Digges, Leonard (Eng. math.)
+-1573?
+
+I. Disraeli
+Disraeli, Issac (Eng. misc. writer)
+1766-1848
+
+Ditton
+Ditton, Humphrey (Eng. math.)
+1675-1715
+
+W. H. Dixon
+Dixon, Wm. Hepworth (Eng. writer)
+1821-1879
+
+Doddridge
+Doddridge, Philip (Eng. divine)
+1702-1751
+
+Dodsley
+Dodsley, Robert (Eng. author)
+1703-1764
+
+A. E. Dolbear
+Dolbear, Amos E. (Am. physicist)
+1837-
+
+Domat
+Domat, Jean (Fr. jurist)
+1625-1696
+
+Domesday Book
+See in the Dictionary.
+ND
+
+Donaldson
+Donaldson, John Wm. (Eng. classical scholar)
+1811-1861
+
+Donne
+Donne, John (Eng. divine)
+1573-1631
+
+Dorset
+Dorset, Chas. Sackville, 6th earl of
+1637-1706
+
+Douay version
+Douay version of Bible. See in Dict.
+ND
+
+Douce
+Douce, Francis (Eng. antiquarian)
+1757-1834
+
+G. Douglas
+Douglas, Gawin (Eng. translator)
+1474-1522
+
+E. Dowden
+Dowden, Edward (British literary critic)
+1843-
+
+A. J. Downing
+Downing, Andrew Jackson (Am. agric. writer)
+1815-1852
+
+Major Jack Downing
+Downing, Major Jack, pseud. of Seba Smith (Am. journalist)
+1792-1868
+
+J. R. Drake
+Drake, Joseph Rodman (Am. poet)
+1795-1820
+
+N. Drake
+Drake, Nathan (Eng. writer)
+1766-1836
+
+Sir F. Drake
+Drake, Sir Francis (Eng. navigator)
+1540?-1596
+
+Drant
+Drant, Thos. (Eng. divine made first met. transl. of Horace, 1567)
+-1578?
+
+J. W. Draper
+Draper, John Wm. (Eng. philos. and scientist in America)
+1811-1882
+
+Sir W. Draper
+Draper, Sir Wm. (Eng. controvers.)
+1721-1787
+
+Drayton
+Drayton, Michael (Eng. poet)
+1563-1631
+
+Drummond
+Drummond, Wm. of Hawthornden (Scot. poet)
+1585-1949
+
+A. Drummond
+Drummond, Alex. (Eng. traveler)
+-1769
+
+H. Drummond
+Drummond, Henry (Scot. writer)
+1857?-1897
+
+Sir. W. Drummond
+Drummond, Sir Wm. (Scot. diplom. and writer)
+1760?-1828
+
+Dryden
+Dryden, John (Eng. poet)
+1631-1701
+
+C. Dryden
+Dryden, Chas. (Son of J. Dryden, and translator of Juvenal)
+1666-1704
+
+J. Dryden, Jr.
+Dryden, John, Jr. (Eng. translator)
+1668-1701
+
+Dryden & Lee
+Dryden, John and Lee, Nathaniel. [<i>Oedipus</i>. <i>Duke of Guise</i>.]
+ND
+
+Du Bartas (trans.)
+Du Bartas, Guillaume Salluste (Fr. poet). [<i>Works, trans. by Sylvester</i>]
+1544-1590
+
+Dublin Univ. Mag.
+Dublin University Magazine (estab. 1832).
+ND
+
+Dubois-Reymond
+Dubois-Reymond, Emil Henrich (Ger. writer on physical science)
+1818-1896
+
+Du Chaillu
+Du Chaillu, Paul B. (Fr.-Am. trav.)
+1835-
+
+Lord Dufferin
+Dufferin, Fred. Temple Blackwood, 1st earl of (Eng. statesman)
+1826-
+
+Dugard
+Dugard, Wm. (Eng. teacher and poet)
+1606-1662
+
+Dugdale
+Dugdale, Sir Wm. (Eng. antiq.)
+1605-1686
+
+R. L. Dugdale
+Dugdale, Richard L. (Am. social scientist)
+1841-1883
+
+L. A. Duhring
+Duhring, Louis A. (Am. physician)
+1845-
+
+W. Dunbar
+Dunbar, Wm. (Scot. poet)
+1465?-1530?
+
+Dunglison
+Dunglison, Robley (Am. physician). [<i>Med. Dict.</i>]
+1796-1869
+
+Dunlop
+Dunlop, John Colin (Scot. lit. hist.)
+-1842
+
+Duponceau
+Duponceau, Peter Stephen (Am. legal writer, born in France)
+1760-1844
+
+Duppa
+Duppa, Brian (Bp. of Salisbury)
+1588-1662
+
+D'Urfey
+D'Urfey, Thomas (Eng. dramatist)
+1653-1723
+
+Dr. T. Dwight
+Dwight, Timothy (Am. educator)
+1752-1817
+
+J. S. Dwight
+Dwight, John S. (Am. mus. critic)
+1813-1893
+
+S. E. Dwight
+Dwight, Sereno E. (Am. author)
+1786-1850
+
+Dyche
+Dyche, Thomas (Eng. schoolmaster)
+fl. 1719
+
+Dyer
+Dyer, John (Brit. clerg. and poet)
+1700-1758
+
+T. H. Dyer
+Dyer, Thomas Henry (Eng. hist.)
+1804-1888
+
+Eadie
+Eadie, John (Eng. theologian)
+1810-1876
+
+Earle
+Earle, John (Eng. scholar). [<i>Philol. of Eng. Tongue</i>, 1871]
+1824?-
+
+Bp. Earle
+Earle, Bp. John (Eng. prelate)
+1601-1665
+
+East
+East, Sir Edw. Hyde (chief justice of Calcutta)
+1764-1847
+
+C. L. Eastlake,
+Eastlake, Sir Charles Locke (Eng. painter)
+1793-1865
+
+Eaton
+Eaton, Amos (Am. physicist)
+1776-1842
+
+D. C. Eaton
+Eaton, Daniel Cady (Am. botanist)
+1834-1895
+
+Echard
+Echard, Laurence (Eng. divine)
+1671-1730
+
+Eclec. Rev.
+Eclectic Review (estab., Eng. 1805).
+ND
+
+Eden
+Eden, Richd. (Eng. trans. of travels)
+1521?-1576
+
+Miss Edgeworth
+Edgeworth, Maria (Eng. novelist)
+1767-1849
+
+R. Edgeworth
+Edgeworth, Roger (Roman Catholic divine)
+-ab. 1560
+
+Ed. Encyc.
+Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (ediuted by Sir David Brewster, 1810-1839).
+ND
+
+Ed. Rev.
+Edinburgh Review (estab. 1802).
+ND
+
+T. A. Edison
+Edison, Thos. A. (Am. electrician)
+1847-
+
+Edwards
+Edwards, Eliezer (Eng. compiler). [<i>Words, Facts, and Phrases</i>, 1881.]
+ND
+
+A. B. Edwards
+Edwards, Amelia Blandford (Eng. novelist and Egyptologist)
+1831-1892
+
+B. Edwards
+Edwards, Bryan (Eng. writer in the West Indies)
+1743-1800
+
+J. Edwards
+Edwards, Jonathan (Am. clerg. and metaphys.)
+1703-1758
+
+S. Edwards
+Edwards, Henry Sutherland (Eng. author)
+1828-
+
+T. Edwards
+Edwards, Thomas (Eng. critic)
+1699?-1737??
+
+E. Eggleston
+Eggleston, Edward (Am. writer)
+1837-
+
+Eikon Basilike
+Portraiture of Chas. I. (attributed to Bp. Gauden).
+ND
+
+Lord Eldon
+Eldon, John Scott (Eng. lord chancellor)
+1751-1838
+
+Eliot (1809)
+Eliot, John. [<i>New Eng. Biog. Dict.</i>]
+1754-1813
+
+G. Eliot
+pseud. of Mary Ann (b. Evans) Lewes (later, Cross) (Eng. nov.)
+1820-1880
+
+Queen Elizabeth
+Elizabeth, queen of England
+1533-1603
+
+Ld. Ellenborough
+Ellenborough, Edward Law (lord chief justice of Eng.)
+1750-1818
+
+C. J. Ellicott
+Ellicott, Charles John (Eng. com.)
+1819-
+
+Ellis
+Ellis, George (Eng. misc. writer)
+1753-1815
+
+A. J. Ellis
+Ellis, Alex. John (Eng. philol. and writer on phonetics)
+1814-1890
+
+J. Ellis
+Ellis, John (vicar of St. Catherine's, Dublin)
+fl. 1743
+
+O. Ellsworth
+Ellsworth, Oliver (chief justice of U. S.)
+1745-1807
+
+T. Ellwood
+Ellwood, Thomas (Eng. Quaker)
+1639-1713
+
+Elmes
+Elmes, James (Eng. writer on art)
+1782-1862
+
+Elton
+Elton, Chas. Isaac (Eng. jurist)
+1839-
+
+Sir T. Elyot
+Elyot, Sir Thomas (Eng. writer)
+1490?-1546
+
+Emerson
+Emerson, Ralph Waldo (Amer. essayist and philosopher)
+1803-1882
+
+Encyc. Brit.
+Encyclop<ae/dia Britannica (9th. edition, also 8th).
+ND
+
+Encyc. Dict.
+Encyclop<ae/dic Dictionary (ed. by Robert Hunter, 1879-1888).
+ND
+
+<! p. x ty=CM !>
+
+Encyc. Dom. Econ.
+Encyclop<ae/dia of Domestic Economy (ed. by Thos. Webster, 1845)
+ND
+
+Encyc. of Rural Sports
+(ed. by J. H. Walsh, 1st Am. edition).
+ND
+
+Eng. Cyc.
+English Cyclop<ae/dia, (1795-1801).
+ND
+
+Eng. Statute
+Act of Henry VIII. (cited fr. Johnson's Dict.).
+ND
+
+Enfield
+Enfield, Wm. (Eng. divine)
+1741-1797
+
+Entick
+Entick, John (Eng. misc. writer)
+1713-1773
+
+Erskine
+Erskine, John (Scot. prof. of law)
+1695-1768
+
+Lord Erskine
+Erskine, Thomas (lord chancellor of Eng.)
+1750-1823
+
+Eton
+Eton, Wm. (Eng. writer in Turkey)
+fl. 1800
+
+Euclid
+Euclid of Alexandria (geom.)
+fl. B. C. 300
+
+Eusden
+Eusden, Lawrence (Eng. poet and transl.)
+-1730
+
+Eustace
+Eustace, John Chetwode (R. C. divine)
+1765?-1815
+
+Evans
+Evans, John (Brit. antiquary)
+1823-
+
+J. Evarts
+Evarts, Jeremiah (Am. writer)
+1781-1831
+
+Evelyn
+Evelyn, John (Eng. diarist)
+1620-1706
+
+Everest
+Everest, Chas. Wm. (Am. clerg. and poet)
+1814-1877
+
+E. Everett
+Everett, Edward (Am. orator)
+1794-1865
+
+J. D. Everett
+Everett, Joseph D. (Eng. physicist)
+1831-
+
+Mrs. J. H. Ewing
+Ewing, Juliana Horatia Orr (Eng. nov.)
+1842-1885
+
+Examiner
+Examiner, The (Lond. weekly journal, 1808-1881)
+ND
+
+G. S. Faber
+Faber, George Stanley (Eng. theol.)
+1773-1854
+
+Fabyan
+Fabyan, Robert (Eng. chronicler)
+1450?-1513
+
+Fairbairn
+Fairbairn, Patrick (Scot. clerg.)
+1805-1874
+
+Fairfax
+Fairfax, Edward (Eng. poet. trans.)
+1580?-1635
+
+Lord Fairfax
+Fairfax, Ld. Thos. (Eng. general)
+1611-1671
+
+N. Fairfax
+Fairfax, Nathaniel (Eng. author)
+1637-1690
+
+Fairholt
+Fairholt, Fred. Wm. (Eng. art writer)
+1814-1866
+
+Falconer
+Falconer, William (Scot. poet)
+1732-1769
+
+Fallows
+Fallows, Samuel (Am. lexicog.)
+1835-
+
+Fanshawe
+Fanshawe, Sir Richard (Eng. statesman and poet)
+1608-1666
+
+Faraday
+Faraday, Michael (Eng. chem. and nat.)
+1791-1867
+
+Farindon
+Farindon, Anthony (Eng. divine)
+1596-1658
+
+J. L. Farley
+Farley, Jas. Lewis (Ir. journalist)
+1823-
+
+Farm. Dict.
+Farmer's Dictionary (ed. by D. P. Gardner, 1846).
+ND
+
+Farm. Encyc.
+Farmer's Encyclopedia (ed. by D. P. Gardner, 1844).
+ND
+
+Farm Journal (1886)
+(Philadelphia agric. monthly).
+ND
+
+Farmer
+Farmer, Hugh (Eng. divine)
+1714-1787
+
+Farming Encyc. (E. Edwards, Words)
+Farming Encyclopedia (cited from E. Edwards's <i>Words, Facts</i>, etc.).
+ND
+
+Farquhar
+Farquhar, George (Irish dramatist)
+1678-1707
+
+Farrar
+Farrar, Fredk. Wm. (Eng. divine)
+1831-
+
+Farrier's Dict.
+Farrier's Dictionary (cited from Johnson's Dict.).
+ND
+
+Farrow
+Farrow, Edward S. (Am. mil. officer). [<i>Mil. Encyc.</i>, N. Y., 1885.]
+ND
+
+Dr. Favour
+Favour, John (Eng. divine)
+1560?-1623
+
+Fawcett
+Fawcett, Henry (Eng. pol. sci.)
+1833-1884
+
+Fawkes
+Fawkes, Fr. (Eng. poet and trans.)
+1721-1777
+
+Featley
+Featley, Daniel (Eng. divine)
+1582-1644
+
+Bp. Fell
+Fell, Bp. John (of Oxford)
+1625-1686
+
+Feltham
+Feltham, Owen (Eng. moralist)
+1610?-1678?
+
+Felton
+Felton, Henry (Eng. divine)
+1679-1740
+
+C. C. Felton
+Felton, Cornelius C. (Am. author)
+1807-1862
+
+Female Quixote
+Female Quixote. 1752 (By Mrs. Charlotte Lennox, 1720-1804).
+ND
+
+Fenton
+Fenton, Elijah (Eng. poet)
+1683-1730
+
+G. Fenton
+Fenton, Geoffrey (Eng. writer)
+-1608
+
+T. Fenton
+Fenton, Thomas. [<i>Sermon before Univ. of Oxford</i>, 1720.]
+ND
+
+Ferguson
+Ferguson, James (Scot. astronomer)
+1710-1776
+
+Sir Samuel Ferguson
+Ferguson, Sir Samuel (Irish poet and novelist)
+1810-1886
+
+J. Fergusson
+Fergusson, James (Scot. architech)
+1808-1886
+
+Bp. Ferne
+Ferne, Bp. Henry (Eng. divine)
+1602-1661
+
+Ferrand
+Ferrand, Jas. (Fr. phys.). [<i>Love of Melancholy</i>, trans. by E. Chilmead, 1640.]
+ND
+
+Miss Ferrier
+Ferrier, Susan E. (Scot. novelist)
+1782-1854
+
+Fiddes
+Fiddes, Richard (Eng. divine)
+1671-1725
+
+R. Field
+Field, Richard (Eng. divine)
+1561-1616
+
+Fielding
+Fielding, Henry (Eng. novelist)
+1707-1754
+
+J. B. Finch
+Finch, John B. (Am. prohibitionist)
+1852-1887
+
+Bp. Fisher
+Fisher, Bp. John (Eng. divine)
+1459-1535
+
+J. Fiske
+Fiske, John (Am. philos, and hist.)
+1842-
+
+Fisheries of U. S. (1884)
+Fisheries of the United States (1884).
+ND
+
+J. G. Fitch
+Fitch, J. G. (Eng. educ. writer)
+1824-
+
+Fitz-Geffry
+Fitz-Geffry, Charles (Eng. poet)
+1575-1636
+
+Fitzpatrick
+Fitzpatrick, John Bernard (R. C. bp. of Boston)
+1812-1866
+
+Flatman
+Flatman, Thomas (Eng. poet)
+1633-1672
+
+Flavel
+Flavel, John (Eng. nonconf. divine)J
+1630?-1691
+
+Fleetwood
+Fleetwood, William (Eng. bishop)
+1656-1723
+
+Fleming
+Fleming, William (Scot. divine and scholar). [<i>Vocab. of Philosophy</i>, 2d ed., 1860]
+1792?-1866
+
+J. Fleming
+Fleming, John (Scot. nat. philos.)
+1785-1857
+
+W. Flemming
+Flemming, Walther (Ger. biologist)
+ND
+
+G. Fletcher
+Fletcher, Giles (Eng. poet)
+1584?-1623
+
+J. Fletcher
+Fletcher, John (Eng. dramatist and poet)
+1579-1625
+
+P. Fletcher
+Fletcher, Phineas (Eng. poet)
+1584?-1665?
+
+Flint
+Flint, Austin (Am. med. writer)
+1812-1886
+
+C. Flint
+Flint, Chas. Lewis (Am. agr. writer)
+1824-
+
+Prof. R. Flint
+Flint, Robert (Scot. theol. and philosopher)
+1838-
+
+T. Flint
+Flint, Timothy (Am. author)
+1780-1840
+
+Florio
+Florio, John (Eng. lexicog. and translator)
+1553?-1625
+
+Flower
+Flower, Wm. Henry (Eng. zo<oum/logist )
+1831-
+
+Floyer
+Floyer, John (Eng. phys. and trans.)
+1649-1734
+
+Foote
+Foote, Samuel (Eng. comedian)
+1720-1777
+
+Admiral Foote
+Foote, Andrew Hull (Am. admiral)
+1806-1863
+
+D. Forbes
+Forbes, Duncan (Scot. judge)
+1685-1747
+
+E. Forbes
+Forbes, Edward (Eng. naturalist )
+1815-1854
+
+J. D. Forbes
+Forbes, James D. (Scot physicist)
+1809-1868
+
+Forby
+Forby, Robert (Eng. philologist)
+1759-1825
+
+Ford
+Ford, John (Eng. dramatist)
+1586-1639?
+
+Foreign Quart. Rev.
+Foreign Quarterly Review (Lond., 1827-1846).
+ND
+
+Forney
+Forney, Matthias Nace (Am. mechan. eng.). [<i>Car-Builder's Dict.</i>, 1879.]
+1835-
+
+Forsyth
+Forsyth, J. S. [<i>Med. Jurisprud.</i>, Lond. 1829.]
+ND
+
+J. Forsyth
+Forsyth, Joseph (Scot. author)
+1763-1815
+
+Fortescue
+Fortescue, Sir John (Eng. lawyer)
+1395?-1485?
+
+Fortnightly Review
+Fortnightly Review (London monthly, estab. 1865).
+ND
+
+Fosbroke
+Fosbroke, Thomas D. (Eng. antiq.)
+1770-1842
+
+Foster
+Foster, Michael (Eng. physiol.).
+ND
+
+J. Foster
+Foster, John (Eng. essayist)
+1770-1843
+
+Fotherby
+Fotherby, Martin (Eng. bishop)
+1559-1619
+
+Fourcroy (Trans.)
+Fourcroy, Antoine Fran<cced/ois (Fr. chemist)
+1755-1809
+
+Fox
+Fox, Chas. James (Eng. statesman)
+1749-1806
+
+Foxe
+Foxe, or Fox, John (Eng. martyrol.)
+1516-1587
+
+Frampton
+Frampton, John (Eng. merchant). [<i>Joyful News</i>, 1577.]
+ND
+
+Francis
+Francis, Philip (Eng. translator)
+1708?-1773
+
+G. Francis
+Francis, George Wm. (Eng. bot. writer). [<i>Dict. of Arts, Sci., and Manuf.</i>, 1853]
+1800-1865
+
+Frankland
+Frankland, Edward (Eng. chemist)
+1825-
+
+T. Frankland
+Frankland, Thomas (Eng. physician and historian)
+1633-1690
+
+Franklin
+Franklin, Benj. (Am. philosopher and statesman)
+1706-1790
+
+Sarah Franklin
+Bache, Sarah Franklin (daughter of Benj. Franklin)
+1744-1808
+
+Fraser's Mag.
+Fraser's Magazine (London monthly, 1830-1882).
+ND
+
+E. A. Freeman
+Freeman, Edward Aug. (Eng. hist.)
+1823-1892
+
+Freewill Bapt. Quart.
+Freewill Baptist Quarterly (Dover, N. H., 1853-1869).
+ND
+
+J. C. Fremont
+Fremont, John C. (Am. explorer)
+1818-1890
+
+J. H. Frere
+Frere, John Hookham (Eng. diplomatist and poet)
+1769-1846
+
+Froude
+Froude, James Anthony (Eng. hist.)
+1818-1894
+
+Fry
+Fry, Edmund (Eng. type founder)
+1754-1835
+
+Fryth
+Fryth, John (Eng. martyr)
+-1533
+
+Fulke
+Fulke, Wm. (Eng. Puritan divine)
+1538-1589
+
+Fuller
+Fuller, Thomas (Eng. preacher)
+1608-1661
+
+A. Fuller
+Fuller, Andrew (Eng. Bapt. divine)
+1754-1815
+
+Furnivall
+Furnivall, Fred. Jas. (Eng. philol.)
+1825-
+
+Gage
+Gage, Thos. (Eng. divine and trav.)
+fl. 17th c.
+
+Gale & Whatley
+Gale, Chas. Jas., and Whatley, T. D. [<i>On Easements</i>, Lond., 1839.]
+ND
+
+T. Gale
+Gale, Theophilus (Eng. nonconf.)
+1628-1678
+
+Galt
+Galt, John (Scot. novelist)
+1779-1839
+
+F. Galton
+Galton, Francis (Eng. trav. and sci.)
+1822-
+
+Gamgee
+Gamgee, Arthur (Eng. histologist).
+ND
+
+Gammer Gurton's Needle
+(Eng. comedy attrib. to John Still).
+ND
+
+Ganot
+Ganot, Adolphe (Fr. physicist)
+1804-
+
+Bp. Gardiner
+Gardiner, Bp. Stephen (Eng. prel.)
+1483-1555
+
+Gardner
+Gardner, Dan. Periera (Am. agr. chem.). [<i>Farmer's Dict.</i>, 1846.]
+ND
+
+Garrick
+Garrick, David (Eng. actor and dramatist)
+1717-1779
+
+Garrison
+Garrison, Wm. L. (Am. abolitionist)
+1805-1879
+
+Garth
+Garth, Sir Samuel (Eng. physician and poet)
+1661-1719
+
+Gascoigne
+Gascoigne, Geo. (Eng. poet)
+1525?-1577
+
+Mrs. Gaskell
+Gaskell, Eliz. Cleghorn (Eng. nov.)
+1810-1865
+
+Gataker
+Gataker, Thos. (Eng. class. critic)
+1574-1654
+
+Gauden
+Gauden, John (Eng. bishop, reputed author of <i>Eikon Basilike</i>)
+1605-1662
+
+Gay
+Gay, John (Eng. poet and dram.)
+1685-1732
+
+Gayton
+Gayton, Edm. (Eng. humorous writer). [<i>Notes on Don Quixote</i>]
+1609-1666
+
+Geddes
+Geddes, Alex. (Scot. R. C. theol.)
+1737-1802
+
+Gegenbaur
+Gegenbaur, Carl (Ger. anatomist)
+1830?-
+
+Geikie
+Geikie, Archibald (Scot. geologist)
+1835?-
+
+C. Geikie
+Geikie, Cunningham (Brit. divine)
+1826-
+
+Geneva Bible
+(trans. by Eng. exiles at Geneva, 1560).
+ND
+
+Genevan Test.
+Genevan Testament, 1557.
+ND
+
+Gent. Mag.
+Gentleman's Magazine (London monthly, estab. 1731).
+ND
+
+J. F. Genung
+Genung, John F. (Am. author)
+1850-
+
+Gerarde (1597)
+Gerarde, John (Eng. herbalist and surgeon)
+1545-1608
+
+Gesta Romanorum
+(collection of old chronicles , legends, etc., of unknown authorship).
+ND
+
+Gibbon
+Gibbon, Edward (Eng. historian)
+1737-1794
+
+Gibbs
+Gibbs, Josiah Willard (Am. philol.)
+1790-1861
+
+Bp. Gibson
+Gibson, Bp. Edmund (Eng. antiq.)
+1669-1748
+
+Gifford (1580)
+Gifford, Humfrey. [<i>Poesie of Gilliflowers</i>, Lond., 1580.]
+ND
+
+G. Gifford
+Gifford, or Gyffard, George (Eng. divine). [<i>Dialogue of Witches</i>, 1603]
+1560?-1620
+
+J. Gifford
+Gifford, John (Eng. hist.)
+1758-1818
+
+W. Gifford
+Gifford, William (Eng. author)
+1756-1826
+
+W. S. Gilbert
+Gilbert, Wm. S. (Eng. dramatist)
+1836-
+
+H. Giles
+Giles, Henry (Am. lecturer and essayist)
+1809-
+
+Gillespie
+Gillespie, Geo. (Scot. Presb. divine)
+1613-1648
+
+Gilpin
+Gilpin, William (Eng. divine)
+1724-1804
+
+Gladstone
+Gladstone, Wm. E. (Eng. statesman)
+1809-1898
+
+Glanvill
+Glanvill, Joseph (Eng. philos.)
+1636-1680
+
+Gliddon
+Gliddon, Geo. R. (Am. arch<ae/ol.)
+1809-1857
+
+Glover
+Glover, Richard (Eng. poet)
+1712-1785
+
+Godfrey (1594)
+Godfrey of Bouillon (Fr. crusader)
+1058?-1100
+
+Godman
+Godman, John D. (Am. physician)
+1794-1830
+
+Godwin
+Godwin, Wm. (Eng. misc. writer)
+1757-1836
+
+T. Godwin
+Godwin, Thomas (Eng. antiq.)
+1587-1643
+
+Golden Boke
+Golden Boke (Life of Marcus Aurelius, tr. by Ld. Berners, 1534).
+ND
+
+Golding
+Golding, Arthur (Eng. poet and translator)
+1536-1590?
+
+Goldsmith
+Goldsmith, Oliver (Ir. poet, hist., and nov.)
+1728-1774
+
+Good
+Good, John Mason (Eng. physician)
+1764-1827
+
+Goodale
+Goodale, Geo. Lincoln (Am. bot.)
+1839-
+
+G. B. Goode
+Goode, Geo. Brown (Am. ichth.)
+1851-1896
+
+J. Goodman
+Goodman, John (Eng. clerg.). [<i>Winter Evening Conference</i>, 1684.]
+-1690?
+
+S. G. Goodrich
+Goodrich, Samuel G. (Am. misc. writer, pseud. Peter Parley)
+1793-1860
+
+Goodwin
+Goodwin, Wm. W. (Am. scholar)
+1831-
+
+J. Goodwin
+Goodwin, John (Eng. divine)
+1593-1665??
+
+T. Goodwin
+Goodwin, Thomas (Eng. divine)
+1600-1697
+
+Googe
+Googe, Barnaby (Eng. poet)
+1538?-
+
+T. Gordon
+Gordon, Thomas (Scot. Relig. and polit. writer)
+1684?-1750
+
+Mrs. Gore
+Gore, Catharine Grace (Eng. nov.)
+1799-1861
+
+Gorges
+Gorges, Sir Arthur. [<i>Transcription of His Majesty's letters patent</i>, Lond., 1611]
+-1625
+
+E. W. Gosse
+Gosse, Edmund Wm. (Eng. poet)
+1849-
+
+P. H. Gosse
+Gosse, Philip Henry (Eng. nat.)
+1810-1888
+
+Gosson
+Gosson, Stephen (Eng. divine and poet)
+1554-1623
+
+Gostwick (Eng. Gram.)
+Gostwick, Joseph. [<i>Eng. Grammar</i>, 1878]
+-1887
+
+Gould
+Gould, John (Eng. ornithologist)
+1804-1881
+
+B. A. Gould
+Gould, Benj. A., Jr. (Am. astron.)
+1824-1896
+
+N. D. Gould
+Gould, Nath. Duren (Am. musician)
+1781-1868??
+
+Gov. of Tongue
+Government of the Tongue (by John Ball, 1585-1640).
+ND
+
+Gower
+Gower, John (Eng. poet)
+1330-1408
+
+Grafton
+Grafton, Richd. (Eng. chronicler)
+-ab. 1572
+
+Graham
+Grahamn, Thomas (Scot. chemist)
+1805-1869
+
+Grainger
+Grainger, James (Scot. physician and poet)
+1723?-1766
+
+T. Granger
+Granger, Thomas. [<i>Exposition on Eccles.</i>, 1621.]
+ND
+
+U. S. Grant
+Grant, Ulysses Simpson (Am. general and president)
+1822-1885
+
+Granville
+Granville, George, Visc. Lansdowne (Eng. poet)
+1667-1735
+
+Graunt
+Graunt, John (Eng. tradsman)
+1620-1674
+
+Graves
+Graves, Richard (Eng. divine and satirist)
+1715-1804
+
+Gray
+Gray, Asa (Am. botanist)
+1810-1888
+
+T. Gray
+Gray, Thomas (Eng. poet)
+1716-1771
+
+C. J. Grece (Trans. Maetzner's Gram.)
+Grece, Clair James (translator of Maetzner's Eng. Grammar).
+ND
+
+J. R. Green
+Green, John Richard (Eng. hist.)
+1837-1883
+
+M. Green
+Green, Matthew (Eng. poet)
+1697-1737
+
+Robert Greene
+Greene, Robert (Eng. dramatist)
+1560?-1592
+
+Greenhill
+Greenhill, Thos. [<i>Necrokadeia, or Art of Embalming</i>, Lond., 1705.]
+ND
+
+Greenleaf
+Greenleaf, Simon (Am. jurist)
+1783-1853
+
+B. Greenleaf
+Greenleaf, Benjamin (Am. math.)
+1786-1864
+
+Gregory
+Gregory, Wm. (Scot. chemist)
+1803-1858
+
+G. Gregory
+Gregory, George (Eng. physician)
+1790-1853
+
+J. Gregory
+Gregory, John (Eng. divine)
+1607-1646
+
+James Gregory
+Gregory, James (Scot. physician)
+1753-1821
+
+John Gregory
+Gregory, John (Scot. physician)
+1724-1773
+
+Gregory XVI.
+Gregory XVI. (Pope, 1831-1846)
+1765-1846
+
+Greneway
+Greneway, Richard (class. trans.)
+fl. 1598
+
+Grew
+Grew, Nehemiah (first veg. anat. and physiol. of Eng.)
+1628-1711
+
+Z. Grey
+Grey, Zachary (Eng. divine, ed. <i>Hudibras</i>)
+1687-1766
+
+Grier
+Grier, Wm. (Scot. civil engineer).
+ND
+
+E. D. Griffin
+Griffin, Edward Dorr (Am. divine)
+1770-1837
+
+S. B. Griffin
+Griffin, Solomon B. (Am. journalist)
+1852-
+
+W. E. Griffis
+Griffis, Wm. Elliot (Am. writer)
+1843-
+
+Griffith (Cuvier)
+Griffith, Edw. (trans. of Cuvier's <i>Animal Kingdom</i>, 1827-1835)
+ND
+
+M. Griffith
+Griffith, Matthew (Eng. divine)
+fl. 1632-1666
+
+Abp. Grindal
+Grindal, Abp. Edm. (Eng. divine)
+1519-1583
+
+A. Grisebach
+Grisebach, August Heinrich Rudolph (prof. of bot. at G<oum/ttingen)
+1814-1879
+
+Grose
+Grose, Francis (Eng. antiquary)
+1731-1791
+
+Gross
+Gross, Samuel David (Am. surgeon)
+1805-1884
+
+Grote
+Grote, Geo. (Eng. hist. and philos.)
+1794-1871
+
+J. Grote
+Grote, John (Eng. philos.)
+1813-1866
+
+Grove
+Grove, Sir Geo. (ed. of <i>Mus. Dict.</i>)
+1820-
+
+W. R. Grove
+Grove, Wm. R. (Eng. physicist)
+1811-1896
+
+Guardian
+Guardian, The (Eng. period., March to Oct., 1713).
+ND
+
+Dr. Guest
+Guest, Edwin (Eng. philologist)
+1800-1880
+
+Edmund Gurney
+Gurney, Edmund (Eng. writer)
+1847?-1888
+
+F. Guthrie
+Guthrie, Frederick (Eng. physicist)
+1833-1886
+
+T. Guthrie
+Guthrie, Thomas (Scot. divine and philanthropist)
+1803-1873
+
+W. Guthrie
+Guthrie, Wm. (Scot. historian)
+1708-1770
+
+Guy of Warwick
+(anc. Eng. poet. romance).
+ND
+
+Guyot
+Guyot, Arnold Henry (Swiss-Am. geog.)
+1807-1884
+
+Gwilt
+Gwilt, Joseph (Eng. architect)
+1784-1863
+
+Habington
+Habington, Wm. (Eng. poet)
+1605-1654
+
+Hackett
+Hackett, Horatio B. (Am. biblical commentator)
+1808-1875
+
+Bp. Hackett
+Hackett, Bp. John (Eng. divine)
+1592-1670
+
+Hadley
+Hadley, James (Am. philologist)
+1821-1872
+
+A. T. Hadley
+Hadley, Arthur T. (Am. econ.)
+1856-
+
+Haeckel
+Haeckel, Ernst Heinrich (Ger. nat.)
+1834-
+
+H. R. Haggard
+Haggard, Henry Rider (Eng. nov.)
+1856-
+
+Hakewill
+Hakewill, Geo. (Eng. abp.)
+1579-1648
+
+Hakluyt
+Hakluyt, Richard (Eng. geog.)
+1553-1616
+
+Haldeman
+Haldeman, S. S. (Am. misc. writer)
+1812-1880
+
+E. E. Hale
+Hale, Edward Everett (Am. clerg. and author)
+1822-
+
+Sir M. Hale
+Hale, Sir Matt. (Eng. ld. chief just., relig. and legal writer)
+1609-1676
+
+Hales
+Hales, John (Eng. divine and critic)
+1584-1656
+
+W. Hales
+Hales, Wm. (Brit. misc. author)
+1747-1831
+
+<! p. xi ty=CM !>
+
+Haliburton
+Haliburton, Thos. C. (Nova Scotia hunorist, pseud. Sam Slick)
+1796-1865
+
+Halifax
+Halifax, Chas. Montagu, Earl of (Eng. statesman)
+1661-1715
+
+B. H. Hall
+Hall, Benj. Home (Am. writer)
+1830-
+
+Bp. Hall
+Hall, Bp. Joseph (Eng. scholar)
+1574-1656
+
+E. Hall
+Hall, Edw. (Eng. chronicler)
+1499?-1547
+
+Fitzed. Hall
+Hall, Fitzedward (Am. phiilol. in Eng.)
+1825-
+
+J. Hall (1565)
+Hall, John (Eng. poet). [<i>Court of Virtue</i>, 1565.]
+ND
+
+John Hall (1646)
+Hall, John (Eng. poet)
+1627-1656
+
+Marshall Hall
+Hall, Marshall (Eng. physician)
+1790-1857
+
+R. Hall
+Hall, Robert (Eng. Bapt. divine)
+1764-1831
+
+S. C. Hall
+Hall, Samuel Carter (Eng. author)
+1801-1889
+
+Hallam
+Hallam, Henry (Eng. historian)
+1777-1859
+
+Halleck
+Halleck, Fitz-Greene (Am. poet)
+1790-1867
+
+H. W. Halleck
+Halleck, Henry Wager (Am. general, and mil. writer)
+1815-1872
+
+Haller
+Haller, Albrecht von (Swiss, father of modern physiol.)
+1708-1777
+
+Hallifax
+Hallifax, Samuel (Eng. divine)
+1733-1790
+
+Halliwell
+Halliwell-Phillipps, James Orchard (Eng. antiquary)
+1820-1889
+
+C. Hallock
+Hallock, Charles (Am. writer)
+1834-
+
+Hallywell
+Hallywell, Henry (Eng. vicar)
+17th c.
+
+C. G. Halpine
+Halpine, Charles G. (Ir.-Am. jour.)
+1829-1868
+
+Hamerton
+Hamerton, Philip Gilbert (English writer on art)
+1834-1894
+
+Ham. Nav. Encyc.
+Hamersly's Naval Encyclopaedia, Phila. 1881.
+ND
+
+Hamilton
+Hamilton, Wm. (Scot. poet)
+1704-1754
+
+A. Hamilton
+Hamilton, Alex. (Am. statesman)
+1757-1804
+
+J. Hamilton
+Hamilton, Jas. (Scot. divine)
+1814-1867
+
+R. W. Hamilton
+Hamilton, Richard Winter (Eng. divine)
+1794-1848
+
+Sir W. Hamilton
+Hamilton, Sir Wm. (Scot. philos.)
+1788-1856
+
+Sir W. R. Hamilton
+Hamilton, Sir Wm. Rowan (Irish astronomer)
+1805-1865
+
+Thomas Hamilton
+Hamilton, Thomas (Eng. author). [<i>Men and Manners in Am.</i>, 1883]
+1789-1842
+
+W. Hamilton (Life of Wallace)
+Hamilton, Wm. (Scot. poet, abridged the <i>Life of Sir Wm. Wallace</i>, a metrical history, 1710)
+1665?-1751
+
+Hammond
+Hammond, Henry (Eng. divine)
+1605-1660
+
+S. H. Hammond
+Hammond, Sam. H. (Am. author)
+1809-
+
+W. A. Hammond
+Hammond, Wm. Alex. (Am. phys.)
+1828-1900
+
+W. Hamper
+Hamper, Wm. (Eng. antiquary)
+1776-1831
+
+Hampole
+Hampole, Richard Rolle de (Eng. poet)
+-1348
+
+Hanmer
+Hanmer, Sir Thos. (Eng. Shak. ed.)
+1676?-1746
+
+Jonathan Hanmer
+Hanmer, Jonathan (Eng. nonconf. divine)
+-1687
+
+J. Hannay
+Hannay, Jas. (Scot. crit. and nov.)
+1827-1873
+
+Hansard
+Hansard, Luke (Eng. printer)
+1752-1828
+
+F. Hardman
+F. Hardman, Fred. (Brit. journalist)
+1813?-1874
+
+A. S. Hardy
+Hardy, Arthur S. (Am. novelist)
+1847-
+
+Lady D. Hardy
+Hardy, Lady Duffus (Eng. writer).
+ND
+
+T. Hardy
+Hardy, Thomas (Eng. novelist)
+1840-
+
+Hare
+Hare, Agustus Wm., and Hare, Julius Charles (1795-1855)
+(Eng. clergymen, and joint authors of <i>Guesses at Truth</i>).
+ND
+
+A. W. Hare
+Hare, Agustus Wm. [<i>Sermons to a Country Congregation</i>, 1837]
+1792-1834
+
+J. S. Harford
+Harford, John Scandrett (English writer)
+1785-1866
+
+Harkness
+Harkness, Albert (Am. educator)
+1822-
+
+Harmar
+Harmar, John (Eng. translator)
+-1613
+
+R. G. Harper
+Harper, Robt. G. (Am. statesman)
+1765-1825
+
+Harpers' Latin Dict.
+Harpers' Latin Dictionary (revised edition, N. Y., 1886).
+ND
+
+Harper's Mag.
+Harper's New Monthly Magazine (N. Y., estab. 1850).
+ND
+
+Harrington
+Harrington, Jas. (Eng. polit. writer)
+1611-1677
+
+Sir J. Harrington
+Harrington, Sir John (Eng. author)
+1561-1612
+
+Harris
+Harris, Jas. (Eng. philol.) [<i>Hermes</i>]
+1709-1780
+
+Harris (Voyages)
+Harris, John (Eng. misc. writer). [<i>Collection of Voyages</i>, 1702]
+1667-1719
+
+J. C. Harris
+Harris, Joel Chandler (Am. writer)
+1848-
+
+S. Harris
+Harris, Samuel (Eng. divine)
+1683-1733
+
+Sir W. S. Harris
+Harris, Sir Wm. Snow (Eng. elec.)
+1792-1867
+
+T. W. Harris
+Harris, Thaddeus Wm. (Am. nat.)
+1795-1856
+
+F. Harrison
+Harrison, Frederick (Eng. author)
+1831-
+
+J. A. Harrison (Beowulf)
+Harrison, James Albert (Am. philologist). [<i>Beowulf</i>]
+1848-
+
+W. Harrison (1586)
+Harrison, William (Eng. divine). [<i>Description of England prefixed to Holinshed</i>, 1586]
+-1593
+
+Harte
+Harte, Walter (Eng. poet and hist.)
+1700-1774
+
+Bret Harte
+Harte, Francis Bret (Am. author)
+1839-
+
+Hartlib
+Hartlib, Samuel (Polish refugee, friend of Milton)
+1600?-1662
+
+H. Hartshorne
+Hartshorne, Henry (Am. physician)
+1823-1897
+
+Harvey
+Harvey, Wm. (Eng. anatomist)
+1578-1658
+
+G. Harvey
+Harvey, Gabriel (Eng. author)
+1545?-1630?
+
+Ha<uum/y
+Ha<uum/y, Ren<eacute/ Just (Fr. mineralogist)
+1743-1822
+
+Havelok the Dane
+Havelok the Dane (Eng. romance, about 1280).
+ND
+
+H. R. Haweis
+Haweis, Hugh Reginald (Eng. clergyman and musical writer)
+1838-
+
+Hawes
+Hawes, Stephen (Eng. poet)
+16th c.
+
+J. Hawes
+Hawes, Joel (Am. clergyman)
+1789-1867
+
+Hawkesworth
+Hawkesworth, John (Eng. compiler)
+1715?-1773
+
+Sir J. Hawkins
+Hawkins, Sir John (Eng. rear adm.)
+1532-1595
+
+Hawthorne
+Hawthorne, Nathaniel (Am. nov.)
+1804-1864
+
+Julian Hawthorne
+Hawthorne, Julian (Am. novelist)
+1846-
+
+Hay (1754)
+Hay, William (Eng. essayist)
+1695-1755
+
+Haydn
+Haydn, Joseph. [<i>Dict. of Dates</i>]
+-1856
+
+B. R. Haydon
+Haydon, Benj. Robt. (Eng. painter)
+1786-1846
+
+Dr. Hayes
+Hayes, Isaac Israel (Am. explorer)
+1832-1881
+
+Hayward
+Hayward, Sir John (Eng. historian)
+1560?-1627
+
+J. Hayward
+Hayward, James (Eng. trans.). [<i>The Banished Virgin</i>, 1635.]
+ND
+
+Hazlitt
+Hazlitt, Wm. (Eng. misc. writer)
+1778-1830
+
+W. C. Hazlitt
+Hazlitt, Wm. Carew (Eng. hist.)
+1834-1893
+
+Sir F. Head
+Head, Sir Fr. Bond (Eng. traveler)
+1793-1875
+
+J. B. Heard
+Heard, John Bickford (Brit. clerg.).
+ND
+
+Hearne
+Hearne, Thomas (Eng. antiquary)
+1678-1735
+
+Heber
+Heber, Reginald (Eng. bishop and hymn writer)
+1783-1826
+
+Hebert
+Hebert, Luke (Brit. ed.). [<i>Engin. & Mech. Dict.</i>, Lond., 1842.]
+ND
+
+Hedge
+Hedge, Fredk. Henry (Am. clerg.)
+1805-1891
+
+Helmholtz
+Helmholtz, Hermann Ludwig Ferd. (Ger. physicist and physiol.)
+1821-1894
+
+Helps
+Helps, Sir Arthur (Eng. essayist and hist.)
+1813-1875
+
+Mrs. Hemans
+Hemans, Felicia D. (Eng. poetess)
+1793-1835
+
+E. Henderson
+Henderson, Ebenezer (Scot. theol.)
+1784-1858
+
+Mrs. Henderson
+Henderson, Mary Foote. [<i>Prac. Cooking</i>, N. Y., 1876]
+1835?-
+
+P. Henderson
+Henderson, Peter (Am. hort. writer)
+1823-1890
+
+Proverbs of Hending
+Hending, or Hendyng. [<i>Proverbs</i>]
+1272-1307
+
+Henfrey
+Henfrey, Arthur (Eng. botanist)
+1819-1859
+
+Henrici
+Henrici, Olaus (Ger. math. at Univ. of Lond.)
+1840-
+
+Henry
+Henry, William (Eng. chemist)
+1775-1836
+
+M. Henry
+Henry, Matthew (Eng. bib. com.)
+1672-1714
+
+P. Henry
+Henry, Patrick (Am. orator)
+1736-1799
+
+R. Henry
+Henry, Robt. (Eng. historian)
+1718-1790
+
+Henryson
+Henryson, Robt. (Scot. poet)
+1425?-1506?
+
+Henslow
+Henslow, John Stevens (Eng. bot.)
+1796-1861
+
+Herbert
+Herbert, George (Eng. poet)
+1593-1632
+
+Lord Herbert
+Herbert, Ld. Edwd. (Brit. author)
+1581-1648
+
+Sir T. Herbert
+Herbert, Sir Thos. (Eng. traveler)
+1606-1682
+
+Hermann
+Hermann, Hans Rudolph (German mineralogical chemist)
+1805-
+
+Herrick
+Herrick, Robert (Eng. poet)
+1591-1674
+
+Sir J. Herschel
+Herschel, Sir John Fredk. Wm. (Eng. astron., son of W. H.)
+1792-1871
+
+W. Herschel
+Herschel, Sir Wm. (Eng. astron.)
+1738-1822
+
+Heumann
+Heumann, Johann (Ger. jurist)
+1711-1760
+
+Hewyt
+Hewyt, John (Eng. divine)
+-1658
+
+Hexham
+Hexham, Henry. [<i>Netherdutch and Eng. Dict.</i>, 1658]
+17th c.
+
+Heylin
+Heylin, Peter (Eng. misc. writer)
+1600-1662
+
+Heyse
+Heyse, Karl Wilhelm Ludwig (Ger. philol.)
+1797-1855
+
+Heywood
+Heywood, Thos. (Eng. dramatist)
+-1650?
+
+J. Heywood
+Heywood, John (Eng. dramatist)
+1500-1565
+
+Heywood's Prov.
+(coll. of proverbs by J. Heywood).
+ND
+
+E. Hickeringill
+Hickeringill, Edm. (Eng. controv.)
+1630-1708
+
+Hickes
+Hickes, Thomas (Eng. author)
+-1634
+
+G. Hickes
+Hickes, George (Eng. divine and scholar)
+1642-1715
+
+Hickok
+Hickok, Laurens Perseus (Am. philosopher)
+1798-1888
+
+Highmore
+Highmore, Nathaniel (Eng. jurist)
+fl. 1810
+
+R. Hildreth
+Hildreth, Richard (Am. journalist and historian)
+1807-1865
+
+Hiles
+Hiles, Henry (Eng. mus. writer)
+1826-
+
+Sir J. Hill
+Hill, Sir John (Eng. misc. writer)
+1716-1775
+
+Hillhouse
+Hillhouse, Jus. Abraham (Am. poet)
+1789-1841
+
+J. R. Hind
+Hind, John Russell (Eng. astron.)
+1823-
+
+Hist. of Richard Hainam
+Witty Rogue Arraigned, or History of Richard Hainam, 1658.
+ND
+
+Hitchcock
+Hitchcock, Edward (Am. geol.)
+1793-1864
+
+R. D. Hitchcock
+Hitchcock, Roswell Dwight (Am. theologian)
+1817-1887
+
+Bp. Hoadley
+Hoadley, Bp. Benj. (Eng. prelate)
+1671-1761
+
+Hobart
+Hobart, Sir Henry (ld. chief just.). [<i>Law Repts.</i>]
+-1625
+
+Bp. Hobart
+Hobart, Bp. John Henry (Am. Prot. Epis. divine)
+1775-1830
+
+Hobbes
+Hobbes, Thos. (Eng. philosopher)
+1588-1679
+
+Hoblyn
+Hoblyn, Richard Dennis. [<i>Dict. of Scientific Terms</i>, 1849.]
+1813?-1886
+
+Sir E. Hoby
+Hoby, Sir Edward. [<i>Purgatory's Triumph over Hell</i>, 1609]
+1560?-1616?
+
+R. Hodges
+Hodges, Richard. [<i>Plainest Directions for True Writing</i>, 1649.]
+ND
+
+Hoffman
+Hoffman, Chas. Fenno (Am. author)
+1806-1884
+
+Hoffmann
+Hoffmann, August Wilhelm (Ger. chem.)
+1818-1892
+
+Hogg
+Hogg, James (Scot. poet, "The Ettrick Shepherd")
+1772-1835
+
+H. Holbeach
+Holbreach, Henry, pseud. of Wm. Brightly Rande (Eng. essayist)
+1827-1882
+
+Holder
+Holder, William (Eng. divine)
+1614-1697
+
+Holdsworth
+Holdsworth, Richard (Eng. divine)
+1590-1649
+
+Holinshed
+Holinshed, Raphael (Eng. chron.)
+-1580?
+
+Holland
+Holland, Philemon (Eng. trans.)
+1551-1636
+
+Holloway
+Holloway, Wm. (Eng. author). [<i>Dict. of Provincialisms</i>, 1839.]
+ND
+
+Holmes
+Holmes, Oliver Wendell (Am. physician and author)
+1809-1894
+
+A. Holmes
+Holmes, Abiel (Am. clergyman)
+1763-1837
+
+Ld. Holt
+Holt, Ld. John (chief just. of Eng.)
+1642-1709
+
+Holwell
+Holwell, Wm. (Eng. divine). [<i>Myth., Etym., and Hist. Dict.</i>, 1793.]
+-1798
+
+Holyday
+Holyday, Barten (Eng. author)
+1593-1661
+
+Homans
+Homans, J. Smith (father and son of same name, Am. authors). [<i>Cyc. of Commerce</i>, N. Y., 1858.]
+ND
+
+J. Home
+Home, John (Scot. dramatic poet)
+1724?-1808
+
+Homilies
+Homilies of the Church of England, 2 vols., 1547 and 1563.
+ND
+
+Hood
+Hood, Thomas (Eng. poet and wit)
+1798-1845
+
+Hook
+Hook, Walter Farquhar (Eng. divine). [<i>Church Dict.</i>, 1854]
+1798-1875
+
+T. Hook
+Hood, Theo. Ed. (Eng. journalist)
+1788-1841
+
+Hooke
+Hooke, Robert (Eng. math. and inventor)
+1635-1703
+
+Hooker
+Hooker, Richard (Eng. divine)
+1554-1600
+
+J. D. Hooker
+Hooker, Joseph Dalton (Brit. bot.)
+1817-
+
+Hoole
+Hoole, John (Eng. translator and dramatist)
+1727-1803
+
+Hooper
+Hooper, Robert (Brit. med. writer)
+-1835
+
+J. Hooper
+Hooper, John (Eng. bp. and martyr)
+1495-1555
+
+Hopkins
+Hopkins, Samuel (Am. theologian)
+1721-1803
+
+Bp. Hopkins
+Hopkins, Bp. Ezekiel (Eng. divine)
+1633-1694??
+
+Hopkinson
+Hopkinson, Francis (Am. author)
+1737-1791
+
+Bp. Horne
+Horne, Bp. George (Eng. divine
+1730-1792
+
+L. Horner
+Horner, Leonard (Scot. writer, tr. of Villari's <i>Hist. of Savanarola</i>)
+1785?-1864
+
+Bp. Horsley
+Horsley, Bp. Samuel (Eng. prelate)
+1733-1806
+
+D. Hosack
+Hosack, David (Am. botanist)
+1769-1835
+
+Hosking
+Hosking, William (Eng. architect)
+1800-1861
+
+Bp. Hough
+Hough, Bp. John (Eng. divine)
+1651-1743
+
+J. Howe
+Howe, John (Eng. Puritan divine)
+1630-1705
+
+Mrs. Howe
+Howe, Julia Ward (Am. poet)
+1819-
+
+Howell
+Howell, James (Brit. author)
+1595?-1666
+
+W. D. Howells
+Howells, Wm. Dean (Am. novelist)
+1837-
+
+Howitt
+Howitt, Mrs. Mary (Eng. writer. Howitt also indicates the joint works of Wm. and Mary Howitt)
+1798-1888
+
+W. Howitt
+Howitt, William (Eng. author)
+1795-1879
+
+Hoyle
+Hoyle, Edm. (Eng. writer on games)
+1672-1769
+
+Hudibras
+(a burl. poem by Sam. Butler, 1663.)
+ND
+
+T. Hudson
+Hudson, Thomas (British poet). [<i>Trans. of Du Bartas's Hist. of Judith</i>, 1584.]
+ND
+
+Hughes
+Hughes, John (Eng. poet)
+1677-1720
+
+T. Hughes
+Hughes, Thomas (Eng. author)
+1823-1896
+
+Huloet
+Huloet, or Hulett, Richard. [<i>Latin-Eng. Dict.</i>, Lond. 1522.]
+ND
+
+Humble
+Humble, Wm. (Eng. geol.). [<i>Dict. of Geol. and mining</i>, 1840.]
+ND
+
+Humboldt
+Humboldt, von, Friedrich Henrich Alexander, Baron (Ger. nat.)
+1769-1859
+
+Hume
+Hume, David (Scot. hist. and phil.)
+1711-1776
+
+The Humorist
+(essays upon several subjects, Lond., 1720, by Thomas Gordon).
+ND
+
+H. Humphrey
+Humphrey, Heman (Am. clerg.)
+1779-1861
+
+Leigh Hunt
+Hunt, Jas. Henry Leigh (Eng. poet and essayist)
+1784-1859
+
+R. Hunt
+Hunt, Robert (Eng. scient. writer)
+1807-1887
+
+T. S. Hunt
+Hunt, Thomas Sterry (Am. chem.)
+1826-1892
+
+Hunter
+Hunter, Robert. [<i>Hunter's Encyc. Dict.</i>, 1879-1888.]
+ND
+
+Bp. Hurd
+Hurd, Bp. Richard (Eng. author)
+1720-1806??
+
+Hutcheson
+Hutcheson, Francis (Irish metaph.)
+1694-1746
+
+Lady Hutchinson
+Hutchinson, Lucy (Eng. writer)
+1620-1659??
+
+Hutton
+Hutton, Chas. (Eng. mathematician)
+1737-1823
+
+R. H. Hutton
+Hutton, Richard Holt (Eng. writer)
+1826-1897
+
+Huxley
+Huxley, Thos. Henry (Eng. nat.)
+1825-1895
+
+A. Hyatt
+Hyatt, Alpheus (Am. naturalist)
+1838-
+
+R. Hyrde
+Hyrde, Richard (Eng. trans. of <i>Instruction of a Christian Woman</i>, Lond., 1540, from the Lat. of L. Vives).
+ND
+
+Idler
+Idler, The (Eng. periodical, 1758-1760), conducted by Johnson, Sir J. Reynolds, and B. Langton).
+ND
+
+Illust. London News
+Illustrated London News (weekly journal, estab. 1842).
+ND
+
+Imp. Dict.
+Imperial Dictionary (new ed., 1882).
+ND
+
+J. Ingelow
+Ingelow, Jean (Eng. poet and nov.)
+1820-1897
+
+Internat. Cyc.
+International Cyclopedia (Am. ed., N. Y. 1887).
+ND
+
+E. Irving
+Irving, Edward (Scot. preacher)
+1792-1834
+
+W. Irving
+Irving, Washington (Am. author)
+1783-1859
+
+Itard
+Itard, Jean E. M. Gaspard (Fr. surg.)
+1772-1838
+
+C. A. Ives
+Ives, Chas. Acton (Am. writer)
+1856-
+
+Mrs. H. H. Jackson
+Jackson, Mrs. Helen Hunt, known as "H. H." (Am. author)
+1831-1885
+
+T. Jackson
+Jackson, Thomas (Dean of Peterborough)
+1579-1640
+
+Jacob (Law Dict.)
+Jacob, Giles (Eng. legal writer)
+1686-1744
+
+R. Jago
+Jago, Richd. (Eng. divine and poet)
+1715-1781
+
+James I. (1618)
+James I. (king of Eng.)
+1566-1625
+
+James II.
+James II. (king of Eng.)
+1633-1701
+
+James I. (of Scotland)
+James I. of Scotland
+1394?-1437
+
+James II. of Scotland
+James II. of Scotland
+1430-1460
+
+G. P. R. James
+James. Geo. P. Rainsford (Eng. nov.)
+1801-1860
+
+H. James
+James, Henry, Jr. (Am. author)
+1843-
+
+Mrs. Jameson
+Jameson, Anna (Irish author)
+1797-1860
+
+R. Jameson
+Jameson, Robert (Scot. naturalist)
+1774-1854
+
+Jamieson
+Jamieson, John (Scot. lexicog.)
+1759-1838
+
+Janet
+Janet, Paul (Fr. philosopher)
+1823-
+
+Jardine
+Jardine, Sir William (Scot. nat.)
+1800-1874
+
+Jarman
+Jarman, Thos. (Eng. legal writer)
+1800?-1860
+
+Jay
+Jay, John (first chief just. of U. S.)]
+1745-1829
+
+W. Jay
+Jay, William (Am. author)
+1789-1858
+
+R. Jefferies
+Jefferies, Richard (Eng. author)
+1848-1887
+
+Jefferson
+Jefferson, Thomas (Pres. of U. S.)
+1743-1826
+
+Jeffrey
+Jeffrey, Lord Francis (Scot. critic and essayist)
+1773-1850
+
+W. E. Jelf
+Jelf, Wm. Edward (Eng. author)
+1811-1875
+
+Fleeming Jenkin
+Jenkin, Henry Charles Fleeming (Brit. electrician)
+1833-1885
+
+Jenkins
+Jenkins, Sir Leoline (Eng. statesm.)
+1623-1685
+
+Jennings
+Jennings, James. [<i>Somerset Glossary</i>, Lond., 1825]
+-1833??
+
+Jenyns
+Jenyns, Soame (Eng. misc. author)
+1705-1787
+
+D. Jerrold
+Jerrold, Douglas Wm. (Eng. author)
+1803-1857
+
+Jervas
+Jervas, or Jarvis, Chas. (Brit. trans.)
+ab. 1740
+
+Jevons
+Jevons, Wm. Stanley (Eng. econ.)
+1835-1882
+
+Jewel
+Jewel, or Jewell, John (Eng. bp.)
+1522-1571
+
+Jodrell
+Jodrell, Richard Paul (Eng. philol.)
+1745-1831
+
+Johnson
+Johnson, Dr. Samuel (Eng. lexicog. and misc. writer)
+1709-1784
+
+Johnson's Cyc.
+Johnson's Universal Cyclop<ae/dia (N. Y., 1886).
+ND
+
+K. Johnston
+Johnston, Alex. Keith (Scot. geog.)
+1804-1871
+
+W. P. Johnston
+Johnston, William Preston (Am. educator)
+1831-
+
+W. R. Johnston
+Johnston, Walter Rogers (Am. writer)
+1794-1852??
+
+Johnstone
+Johnstone, John (Eng. physician)
+1768-1830??
+
+Joint Rules of Congress, U. S.
+Joint Rules of the Congress of the United States.
+ND
+
+Sir W. Jones
+Jones, Sir Wm. (Eng. orientalist)
+1746-1794
+
+<! p. xii ty=CM !>
+
+B. Jonson
+Jonson, Ben (Eng. dramatist)
+1574?-1637
+
+Jordan
+Jordan, Thos. (Eng. poet and actor)
+-1685?
+
+Jortin
+Jortin, John (Eng. divine and essayist)
+1698-1770
+
+Journal H. of R. U. S.
+Journal of the U. S. House of Representatives.
+ND
+
+Journal of the Senate, U. S.
+Journal of the U. S. Senate.
+ND
+
+Jowett
+Jowett, Benjamin (Eng. scholar)
+1817-1893
+
+Joye
+Joye, or Gee, George (Eng. reformer and printer)
+1492?-1553
+
+Judd
+Judd, Sylvester (Am. novelist)
+1813-1853
+
+Jukes
+Jukes, Joseph Beete (Eng. geol.)
+1811-1869
+
+F. Junius
+Junius, Franciscus (Eng. phi8lol.)
+1589-1677
+
+Junius
+Junius Letters (issued in <i>Public Advertiser</i>, 1769-1772, and attributed to Sir Philip Francis).
+ND
+
+Kames
+Kames, Hen. Home, Ld. (Scot. phil.)
+1696-1782
+
+Kane
+Kane, Elisha Kent (Am. explorer)
+1820-1857
+
+Karslake
+Karslake, William Henry (Eng. divine, and writer on logic)
+1825?-
+
+Keary
+Keary, Charles Francis. [<i>Dawn of History</i>, 1878.]
+ND
+
+Keats
+Keats, John (Eng. poet)
+1795-1821
+
+Keble
+Keble, John (Eng. divine and poet)
+1792-1866
+
+Keightley
+Keightley, Thomas (Brit. author)
+1789-1872
+
+Keill
+Keill, John (Scot. math. and phil.)
+1671-1721
+
+Keith
+Keith, Rev. Patrick. [<i>Physiolog. Botany</i>, Lond., 1816.]
+ND
+
+J. P. Kemble
+Kemble, John P. (Eng. tragedian)
+1757-1823
+
+D. Kemp
+Kemp, Dixon (Eng. naut. writer).
+ND
+
+Bp. Ken
+Ken, Bp. Thomas (English hymn writer)
+1637-1710
+
+T. Kendall
+Kendall, Timothy (English poet). [<i>Flowers of Epigrams</i>, 1577.]
+ND
+
+G. Kennan
+Kennan, George (Am. traveler)
+1845-
+
+Kennet
+Kennet, Basil (Eng. class. writer)
+1674-1714?
+
+Bp. Kennet
+Kennet, Bp. White (Eng. historian)
+1660-1728
+
+Kenney
+Kenney, James (Irish dramatist)
+1770-1849?
+
+Kenrick
+Kenrick, William (Eng. critic)
+1720-1779
+
+Kent
+Kent, James (Am. jurist)
+1763-1847
+
+Kepler
+Kepler, Johann (Germ. astronomer)
+1571-1631
+
+Kerr
+Kerr, Robert (Scot. historian)
+1755-1813
+
+Kersey
+Kersey, John (Eng. math. and philol.). [<i>Eng. Dict.</i>, 1708]
+1616?-1690?
+
+Kettlewell
+Kettlewell, John (Eng. divine)
+1653-1695
+
+F. S. Key
+Key, Francis Scott (Am. poet)
+1780-1843
+
+Killingbeck
+Killingbeck, John (Eng. prebendary)
+fl. 1725
+
+R. B. Kimball
+Kimball, Richd. Burleigh (Am. nov.)
+1816-1892
+
+King
+King, William (Eng. author)
+1663-1712
+
+Bp. King
+King, Bp. Henry (Eng. divine)
+1591-1669
+
+Bp. J. King (1608)
+King, Bp. John (Eng. divine)
+1559-1621
+
+King Alisaunder
+(a trans. from Latin of a part of the Romance of Alexander, ab. 1340.)
+ND
+
+King Horn
+(prob. a trans. of Fr. romance of Horn & Rimenhild, before 1300.)
+ND
+
+C. Kingsley
+Kingsley, Chas. (Eng. nov. and poet)
+1819-1875
+
+H. Kingsley
+Kingsley, Henry (Eng. novelist)
+1824?-1876
+
+Kirby
+Kirby, William (Eng. entomologist)
+1759-1850
+
+Kirby & Spence
+Kirby, William, and Spence, W. [<i>Int. to Entomol.</i>, 7th ed., 1856.]
+ND
+
+Kirwan
+Kirwan, Richard (Irish physicist)
+1750-1812
+
+Kitto
+Kitto, John (Eng. biblical writer)
+1804-1854
+
+W. Kittredge
+Kittredge, Walter (Am. song writer)
+1832-
+
+Knatchbull
+Knatchbull, Sir Norton (Eng. author)
+1601-1684
+
+Knight
+Knight, Edward Henry (Am. engineer). [<i>Mechan. Dict.</i>]
+1820?-1883
+
+C. Knight
+Knight, Chas. (Eng. ed. and author)
+1791-1873
+
+Knolles
+Knolles, Richard (Eng. author)
+1545?-1610
+
+Knowles
+Knowles, James (Brit. educator, revised Walker's Dict., 1845)
+1779?-1840*
+
+J. Knowles
+Knowles, John. [<i>Elem. and Prac. of Marine Architecture</i>, 1822.]
+ND
+
+Sheridan Knowles
+Knowles, Jas. Sheridan (Ir. dram.)
+1784-1862
+
+Bp. Knox
+Knox, Bp. William (Ir. divine)
+1760?-1831
+
+John Knox
+Knox, John (Scot. reformer)
+1505-1572
+
+V. Knox
+Knox, Vicesimus (Eng. divine and essayist)
+1752-1821
+
+Kollock
+Kollock, Henry (Am. clergyman)
+1778-1819
+
+J. K<oum/stlin (Schaff-Herzog Encyc.)
+K<oum/stlin, Julius (German theologian, writer in <i>Schaff-Herzog Encyc.</i>)
+1826-
+
+Krauth
+Krauth, Charles Porterfield (Am. divine and philosophical writer)
+1823-1883
+
+Krauth-Fleming
+Krauth, C. P., and Fleming, Wm. [<i>Vocab. of Philos. Sci.</i>, 1885.]
+ND
+
+W. K<uum/hne
+K<uum/hne, W. (Ger. physiologist).
+ND
+
+Kyd
+Kyd, Thomas (Eng. dramatist)
+fl. 1580
+
+Laing
+Laing, Samuel (Eng. traveler)
+1780-1868
+
+Lamb
+Lamb, Charles (Eng. essayist)
+1775-1834
+
+Lambarde
+Lambarde, William (Eng. author)
+1536-1601
+
+Lambert
+Lambert, John (Eng. traveler)
+1775?-
+
+Lament. of Mary Magdalene
+Lamentation of Mary Magdalene (poem occas. ascr. to Chaucer).
+ND
+
+M. S. Lamson
+Lamson, Mary Swift. [<i>Life of Laura Bridgman</i>, 1879.]
+ND
+
+Landois & Stirling
+{Landois, Leon. (Ger. physiol.)}
+{Stirling, Wm. (Eng. physiol.)}
+1837-, ?-
+
+Landor
+Landor, Walter S. (Eng. author)
+1775-1864
+
+E. W. Lane
+Lane, Edw. Wm. (Eng. orientalist)
+1801-1876
+
+Laneham
+Laneham, Robert. [<i>Pageants before Queen Elizabeth</i>, Lond., 1575.]
+ND
+
+A. Lang
+Lang, Andrew (Eng. writer)
+1844-
+
+Langham
+Langham, William (Eng. physician). [<i>Garden of Health</i>, 1579.]
+ND
+
+Langhorne
+Langhorne, John (Eng. divine)
+1735-1779
+
+J. Langley (1644)
+Langley, John. [<i>Sermons</i>, 1644.]
+ND
+
+S. P. Langley
+Langley, Samuel P. (Am. astron.)
+1834-
+
+Ray Lankester
+Lankester, Edwin Ray (Eng. geol.)
+1847-
+
+Lansdowne Ms.
+(public records, state papers, correspondence, etc., in Brit. Museum, formerly belonging to the Marq. of Lansdowne, 1737-1805).
+ND
+
+Lardner
+Lardner, Dionysius (Brit. sci. writer)
+1793-1859
+
+La Rochefoucauld (Trans)
+La Rochefoucauld, Fran<cced/ois, duc de (French author)
+1613-1680
+
+Latham
+Latham, Robert Gordon (Eng. philol. and lexicog.) [<i>Johnson's Dict.</i>]
+1812-1888
+
+Latimer
+Latimer, Hugh (Eng. reformer)
+1472?-1555
+
+Laud
+Laud, William (Eng. abp.)
+1573-1645
+
+H. Laurens
+Laurens, Henry (Am. statesman)
+1724-1792
+
+Lauson
+Lauson, William. [<i>Comments on Secrets of Angling</i>, 1653.]
+ND
+
+Bp. Lavington
+Lavington, Bp. Geo. (Eng. divine)
+1683-1762
+
+Lavoisier
+Lavoisier, Ant. Laurent (Fr. chem.)
+1743-1794
+
+Law
+Law, Wm. (Eng. divine and author)
+1686-1761
+
+Bp. Law
+Law, Bp. Edmund (Eng. divine)
+1703-1787
+
+James Law
+Law, Jas. (Scot.-Am. veter. sci.). [<i>Farmer's Veter. Adviser</i>, 7th ed.,]
+1838-
+
+G. A. Lawrence
+Lawrence, Geo. Alf. (Eng. nov.)
+1827-1876
+
+Sir W. Lawrence
+Lawrence, Sir Wm. (Eng. surgeon)
+1783-1867
+
+Laws of Massachusetts
+Laws of Massachusetts.
+ND
+
+Layamon
+Layamon's Brut (a poetical chronicle of Britain, 1210?).
+ND
+
+Layard
+Layard, Sir A. H. (Eng. arch<ae/ol.)
+1817-1894
+
+Laycock
+Laycock, Thomas (Eng. physician)
+1812-1876
+
+S. M. Leake
+Leake, Stephen M. (Eng. writer)
+1702-1773
+
+Lecky
+Lecky, Wm. Edw. Hartpole (Brit. hist.)
+1838-
+
+J. LeConte
+LeConte, Joseph (Am. geologist)
+1823-1891
+
+J. Ledyard
+Ledyard, John (Am. traveler)
+1751-1789
+
+Lee
+Lee, Nathaniel (Eng. dramatist)
+1655?-1692
+
+F. G. Lee
+Lee, Frederick Geo. (Eng. divine)
+1832-
+
+J. Lee
+Lee, James (Eng. botanist)
+-1795
+
+W. Lee
+Lee, William (Irish clergyman)
+1815-1883
+
+Legend of Dido
+(poem formerly attrib. to Chaucer).
+ND
+
+Leibnitz
+Leibnitz, von, Gottfried Wilh., Baron (Ger. philos. and math.)
+1646-1716
+
+Leidy
+Leidy, Joseph (Am. naturalist)
+1823-1891
+
+Sir E. Leigh
+Leigh, Sir Edward (Eng. theologian and linguist)
+1602-1671
+
+Abp. Leighton
+Leighton, Abp. Robt. (Scot. divine)
+1611-1684
+
+Leland
+Leland, John (Eng. antiquary)
+1506?-1552
+
+C. G. Leland
+Leland, Chas. Godfrey (Am. author)
+1824-
+
+C. Leslie
+Leslie, Charles (Brit. author)
+1650?-1722
+
+L'Estrange
+L'Estrange, Sir Roger (Eng. polit. writer)
+1616-1704
+
+Letter dated Sept., 1543
+Letter dated Sept., 1543 (cited from Nares).
+ND
+
+C. Lever
+Lever, Charles James (Irish nov.)
+1806-1872
+
+G. H. Lewes
+Lewes, George Henry (Eng. philos.)
+1817-1878
+
+Lewin
+Lewin, Thomas (Eng. author)
+1805-1877
+
+John Lewis
+Lewis, John (Eng. divine and antiq.)
+1675-1746
+
+M. G. Lewis
+Lewis, Mat. Gregory (Eng. author)
+1775-1818
+
+Sir G. C. Lewis
+Lewis, Sir George Cornewall (Eng. statesman and author)
+1806-1863
+
+Liddell & Scott
+Liddell, Hen. Geo. and Scott, Robt. (Eng. clergymen and editors) [<i>Greek-English lexicon</i>, 7th ed.)
+1811-1898, 1811-1887
+
+F. Leiber
+Leiber, Francis (Am. publicist)
+1800-1872
+
+Life of A. Wood
+(extracts from his diary and papers by T. Hearne and R. Rawlinson, 1663).
+ND
+
+Lightfoot
+Lightfoot, John (Eng. theologian and rabbinical scholar)
+1602-1675
+
+J. B. Lightfoot
+Lightfoot, Jos. Barber (Eng. comm.)
+1828-1889
+
+Lincoln
+Lincoln, Abraham (Pres. of U. S.)
+1809-1865
+
+Bp. Lincoln
+Williams, John (bp. of Lincoln and later abp. of York)
+1582-1650
+
+Mrs. Lincoln (Cook Book)
+Lincoln, Mrs. D. A. [<i>Boston Cook Book</i>, Boston, 1888.]
+ND
+
+Lindisfarne Ms.
+(an Anglo-Saxon Ms.)
+ND
+
+Lindley
+Lindley, John (Eng. botanist)
+1799-1865
+
+Sir N. Lindley
+Lindley, Sir Nathaniel (Eng. jurist)
+1828-
+
+Lingard
+Lingard, John (Eng. historian)
+1771-1851
+
+Linnaeus
+<i>Sw.</i> Linn<eacut/, Carl von (Swedish bot.)
+1707-1778
+
+Mrs. E. Lynn Linton
+Linton, Eliza Lynn (Eng. novelist)
+1822-
+
+W. J. Linton
+Linton, Wm. J. (English-American engraver)
+1812-1897
+
+Lisle
+Lisle, William (Eng. antiquarian)
+-1637
+
+J. Lister
+Lister, Joseph (Eng. author)
+1627-1709
+
+Lithgow
+Lithgow, William (Scot. taveler)
+1583-1640
+
+Littleton
+Littleton, Sir Thomas (Eng. jurist)
+1420?-1487
+
+A. Littleton
+Littleton, Adam (Eng. theol. writer and philologist)
+1627-1694
+
+Littr<eacute/
+Littr<eacute/, Maximillien P. <Eacute/. (Fr. philol.)
+1801-1881
+
+Livingstone
+Livingstone, David (Scot. explorer)
+1817-1873
+
+Llewellyn
+Llewellyn, Martin (Brit. poet). [<i>Verses to Chas. II.</i>, 1660.]
+ND
+
+Lloyd
+Lloyd, Robert (Eng. poet)
+1733-1764
+
+Bp. Lloyd
+Lloyd, Bp. William (Eng. divine)
+1627-1717
+
+Humphrey Lloyd <i>or</i> Lloyd's MS., British Museum
+Lloyd, Humphrey (Brit. physicist)
+1800-1881
+
+Locke
+Locke, John (Eng. philosopher)
+1632-1704
+
+Lockhart
+Lockhart, John G. (Scot. author)
+1794-1854
+
+Lockyer
+Lockyer, Jos. Norman (Eng. astron.)
+1836-
+
+E. Lodge
+Lodge, Edmund (Eng. writer)
+1756-1839
+
+T. Lodge
+Lodge, Thos. (Eng. poet and dram.)
+1556-1625
+
+Logan
+Logan, John (Scot. poet)
+1748-1788
+
+London Academy
+London Academy, The (weekly journal, estab. 1869).
+ND
+
+London Athen<ae/um
+London Athen<ae/um, The (weekly journal, estab. 1828).
+ND
+
+London Encyc.
+London Encyclop<ae/dia (ed. by Thomas Curtis, 1826-1834).
+ND
+
+London Field
+London Field, The (weekly journal, estab. 1853).
+ND
+
+London Graphic
+London Graphic, The (weekly journal, estab. 1869).
+ND
+
+London Literary World
+London Literary World, The (weekly journal, estab. 1869).
+ND
+
+London Punch
+London Punch, The (weekly journal, estab. 1841).
+ND
+
+London Quart. Rev.
+London Quarterly Review (quarterly journal, estab. 1809).
+ND
+
+London Sat. Rev.
+London Saturday Review, The (weekly journal, estab., 1855).
+ND
+
+London Spectator
+London Spectator (weekly journal, estab. 1828).
+ND
+
+London Standard
+London Standard (daily journal, estab. 1827)
+ND
+
+London Telegraph
+London Telegraph (daily journal, estab. 1855).
+ND
+
+London Times
+London Times (daily journal, estab. 1788).
+ND
+
+London Truth
+London Truth (daily journal, estab. 1877).
+ND
+
+G. Long
+Long, George (Eng. scholar)
+1800-1879
+
+Roger Long
+Long, Roger (Eng. astron)
+1680-1770
+
+Longfellow
+Longfellow, Henry W. (Am. poet)
+1807-1882
+
+S. Longfellow
+Longfellow, Samuel (Am. poet and essayist)
+1819-
+
+Lord (1630)
+Lord, Henry (Eng. traveler). [<i>Sect of the Banians</i>, Lond., 1630.]
+ND
+
+Loudon
+Loudon, John Claudius (Scot. bot.)
+1783-1843
+
+T. R. Lounsbury
+Lounsbury, Thomas Raynesford (Am. scholar and author)
+1838-
+
+Loveday
+Loveday, Robert. [<i>Cleopatra</i>, 1687.]
+ND
+
+Lovelace
+Lovelace, Richard (Eng. poet)
+1618-1658
+
+Lover
+Lover, Samuel (Irish nov. and song writer)
+1797-1868
+
+Lowell
+Lowell, James Russell (Am. poet and essayist)
+1819-
+
+M. A. Lower
+Lower, Mark Antony (Eng. antiq.)
+1813-1876
+
+Lowndes
+Lowndes, Wm. Thos. (Eng. bibliog.)
+1800-1843
+
+Lowth
+Lowth, Bp. Robert (Eng. writer)
+1710-1787
+
+Lubbock
+Lubbock, Sir John (Eng. scientist)
+1834-
+
+Lucar
+Lucar, Cyprian (Eng. trans). [<i>Art of Shooting</i>, Lond., 1583.]
+ND
+
+Luce
+Luce, Stephen Bleecker. [<i>Textbook of Seamanship</i>, rev. ed., 1884.]
+1827-
+
+Ludden
+Ludden, Wm. (Am. mus. writer). [<i>Pron. Mus. Dict.</i>, N. Y., 1875]
+1823-
+
+Ludlow
+Ludlow, Edmund (Eng. republican leader)
+1617?-1692
+
+Lupton
+Lupton, Thomas. [<i>A Thousand Notable Things</i>, Lond., 1586.]
+ND
+
+Lydgate
+Lydgate, John (Eng. poet)
+1370?-1451?
+
+Lyell
+Lyell, Sir Charles (Brit. geologist)
+1797-1875
+
+Lyly
+Lyly, John (eng. dramatist)
+1553?-1606
+
+Lyman
+Lyman, Chester Smith (Am. physicist and astron.)
+1814-1890
+
+Lyttelton
+Lyttelton, Ld. Geo. (Eng. writer)
+1709-1773
+
+R. H. Lyttelton
+Lyttelton, Richard Hen. [<i>Cricket</i>, Badmington Lib.]
+1854-
+
+Ld. Lytton
+Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George, Baron Lytton (Eng. novelist)
+1803-1873
+
+Macaulay
+Macaulay, Thos. Babington (Eng. historian and essayist)
+1800-1859
+
+J. McCarthy
+McCarthy, Justin (Brit. hist. and nov.)
+1830-
+
+McCheyne
+McCheyne, Robert M. (Scot. divine)
+1813-1848
+
+Gen. G. B. McClellan
+McClellan, George Brinton (Am. general)
+1826-1885
+
+McClintock
+McClintock, Sir Francis Leopold (Irish arctic explorer)
+1819-
+
+McCosh
+McCosh, Jas. (Scot. metaph. in Am.)
+1811-1894
+
+M<lsquo/Culloch
+M<lsquo/Culloch, John Ramsay (Scot. polit. economist)
+1789-1864
+
+J. M. M<lsquo/Culloch
+M<lsquo/Culloch, Jas. Melville (Scot. educational writer)
+1801-1883
+
+G. MacDonald
+MacDonald, George (Scot. novelist)
+1824-
+
+McElrath
+MkcElrath, Thomas (Am. lawyer). [<i>Commercial Dict.</i>, N. Y., 1871]
+1807-1888
+
+C. Mackay
+Mackay, Charles (Brit. poet and essayist)
+1814-1889
+
+Mackeldey
+Mackeldey, Ferdinand (Fr. legal writer).
+ND
+
+MacKellar
+MacKellar, Thomas (author of <i>American Printer</i>)
+1812-
+
+McKendrick
+McKendrick, John G. (Scot. physiol.)
+ND
+
+D. L. Mackenzie
+Mackenzie, D. L. [<i>Eng. Syn.</i>, 1854.]
+ND
+
+G. Mackenzie
+Mackenzie, George (Scot. phys.)
+-1726
+
+Lord Mackenzie
+Mackenzie, Lord Geo. (Scot. laywer)
+1636-1691
+
+Morell Mackenzie
+Mackenzie, Sir Morell (Eng. physician)
+1837-1892
+
+T. Mackenzie
+Mackenzie, Thomas (Scot. judge)
+1807-1869
+
+Sir J. Mackintosh
+Mackintosh, Sir James (Brit. hist. and statesman)
+1765-1832
+
+MacKnight
+MacKnight, James (Scot. divine)
+1721-1800
+
+Madison
+Madison, James (Pres. of U. S.)
+1751-1836
+
+J. P. Mahaffy
+Mahaffy, John Pentland (prof. Anc. Hist., Trinity Coll., Dublin)
+1839-
+
+Mahan
+Mahan, Dennis Hart (Am. civ. eng.)
+1802-1871
+
+Ld. Mahon
+Mahon, Philip Henry, Earl of Stanhope (Eng. historian)
+1805-1875
+
+Malcom
+Malcom, Howard (Am. traveler)
+1799-1879
+
+Mallet
+Mallet, David (Scot. poet)
+1700-1765
+
+Malone
+Malone, Edm. (Ir. Shak. scholar)
+1741-1812
+
+Sir T. Malory
+Malory, Sir Thos. (Brit. translator)
+1430?-
+
+Sir J. Mandeville
+Mandeville, Sir John (eng. traveler)
+1300?-1372
+
+Cardinal Manning
+Manning, Henry Edward (Eng. cardinal)
+1808-1892
+
+Bp. Mannyngham
+Mannyngham, Bp. Thomas. [<i>Discourses</i>, 1681.]
+-1722
+
+Mansel
+Mansel, Henry L. (Eng. philos.)
+1820-1871
+
+Lord Mansfield
+Mansfield, William Murray, Lord (Eng. jurist)
+1705-1793
+
+Mantell
+Mantell, Gideon A. (Eng. geol.)
+1790-1852
+
+F. A. March
+March, Fr. Andrew (Am. philol.)
+1825-
+
+Mar. Dict.
+Marine Dictionary (ed. by Wm. Falconer, 1769.).
+ND
+
+Markham
+Markham, Gervase (Eng. poet)
+1570?-1655?
+
+Marlowe
+Marlowe, Christopher (Eng. dram.)
+1564-1593
+
+Sir J. Marriot
+Marriot, Sir James (Eng. judge)
+fl. 1769
+
+Marryat
+Marryat, Frederick (Eng. naval officer and novelist)
+1792-1848
+
+G. P. Marsh
+Marsh, Geo. Perkin (Am. philol. and diplomat)
+1801-1882
+
+<! p. xiii ty=CM !>
+
+Marshall
+Marshall, John (Am. statesman)
+1755-1835
+
+W. Marshall
+Marshall, William (Eng. bot. and agric. writer)
+1745?-1819
+
+Marston
+Marston, John (Eng. poet)
+1575-1634
+
+Dean Martin
+Martin, Edwd. (Dean of Ely) [<i>Letters</i>, 1662]
+-1662
+
+H. N. Martin
+Martin, Henry Newell (Am. biol.)
+1848-
+
+H. Martineau
+Martineau, Harriet (Eng. writer)
+1802-1876
+
+J. Martineau
+Martineau, Jas. (Eng. Unit. divine)
+1805-1900
+
+Martyn
+Martyn, John (Eng. botanist)
+1699-1768
+
+Marvell
+Marvell, Andrew (Eng. misc. author)
+1621-1678
+
+Mason
+Mason, William (Eng. poet)
+1725-1797
+
+J. M. Mason
+Mason, John Mitchell (Am. divine and orator)
+1770-1829
+
+J. Y. Mason
+Mason, John Young (U. S. minister to France)
+1799-1859
+
+Mass. Records (1647)
+Massachusetts Records, 1647.
+ND
+
+G. Massey
+Massey, Gerald (Eng. poet)
+1828-
+
+W. Massey
+Massey, Wm. Nathaniel (Eng. hist.)
+1809-1881
+
+Massinger
+Massinger, Philip (Eng. dramatist)
+1583-1640
+
+Masson
+Masson, David (Brit. author)
+1822-
+
+M. T. Masters
+Masters, Maxwell Tylden (Eng. bot.) [<i>Veg. Teratology</i>, 1869]
+1833-
+
+R. Masters
+Masters, Robert (Eng. historian)
+1713-1798
+
+Cotton Mather
+Mather, Cotton (Am. theologian)
+1663-1728
+
+Mathias
+Mathias, Thomas James (Eng. poet)
+1750?-1835
+
+Matthewes
+Matthewes, A. (translator of Tasso's <i>Aminta</i>, 1628).
+ND
+
+Maunder
+Maunder, Samuel (Eng. compiler)
+1785-1849
+
+Maundrell
+Maundrell, Henry (Eng. traveler)
+1650?-1710
+
+Maury
+Maury, Matt. F. (Am. nav. officer)
+1806-1873
+
+Clerk Maxwell
+Maxwell, James Clerk (Brit. physicist)
+1831-1879
+
+May
+May, Thomas (Eng. poet and trans.)
+1594?-1650
+
+Sir T. E. May
+May, Sir Thomas Erskine (Eng. legal and parliamentary writer)
+1815-1886
+
+Maydman
+Maydman, Henry. [<i>Naval Speculations</i>, 1691.]
+ND
+
+A. M. Mayer
+Mayer, Alfred Marshall (Am. sci.)
+1836-1897
+
+Mayhew
+Mayhew, Henry (Eng. author)
+1812-1887
+
+Mayne
+Mayne, Robert Gray (Eng. surg)
+1808-1868
+
+W. S. Mayo
+Mayo, William Starbuck (Am. nov.)
+1812-1895
+
+Mease
+Mease, James (Am. physician)
+1771-1846
+
+Medbery
+Medbery, James Knowles. [<i>Men and Mysteries of Wall St.</i>, 1870.]
+ND
+
+Mede
+Mede, Joseph (Eng. divine)
+1586-1638
+
+Med. Repository
+Medical Repository (New York med. journal, 1797-1824).
+ND
+
+Meissner
+Meissner, Georg (Ger. physicist)
+1829-
+
+Melloni
+Melloni, Macedonio (Ital. physicist)
+1801-1854
+
+Melmoth
+Melmoth, Wm. (Eng. class. trans.)
+1710-1799
+
+Owen Meredith
+Meredith, Owen, pseud of Ed. Robt. Bulwer-Lytton (Eng. poet)
+1831-1891
+
+H. A. Merewether
+Merewether, Henry Alworth (Eng. lawyer) [<i>Hist. of Boroughs</i>, 1822)
+-1864
+
+C. Merivale
+Merivale, Charles (Brit. historian)
+1808-1893
+
+C. H. Merriam
+Merriam, Clinton H. (Am. ornith.)
+1856?-
+
+Meyrick (Ancient Armor)
+Meyrick, Sir Samuel Rush (Eng. antiquary)
+1783-1848
+
+Mickle
+Mickle, William Julius (Eng. poet)
+1735-1788
+
+Middleton
+Middleton, Thomas (Eng. dramatist)
+1570?-1627
+
+C. Middleton
+Middleton, Conyers (Eng. controversialist)
+1683-1750
+
+Miege
+Miege, Guy (Eng. lexicog.). [<i>Great French-Eng. Dict.</i>, Lond. 1688].
+ND
+
+J. Milll
+Mill, James (Eng. historian)
+1773-1836
+
+J. S. Mill
+Mill, John Stuart (Eng. philosopher and polit. economist)
+1806-1873
+
+Miller
+Miller, William Allen (Eng. chem.)
+1817-1870
+
+H. Miller
+Miller, Hugh (Scot. geologist)
+1802-1856
+
+P. Miller
+Miller, Philip (Eng. botanist)
+1691-1771
+
+S. Miller
+Miller, Samuel (Am. divine)
+1769-1850
+
+Milles (MS. Devon Gloss.)
+Milles, Jeremiah (Dean of Exeter) [<i>MS. Glossary of Devonshire Words</i>]
+1714-1784
+
+S. J. Mills
+Samuel John (Am. clerg.)
+1783-1818
+
+Milman
+Milman, Henry Hart (Eng. hist.)
+1791-1868
+
+Milne
+Milne, Colin (Scot. botanist)
+1744?-1815
+
+Milner
+Milner, Joseph (Eng. church hist.)
+1744-1797
+
+Milnes
+Milnes, Richard Monckton, Lord Houghton (Eng. trav. and poet)
+1809-1885
+
+Milton
+Milton, John (Eng. poet)
+1608-1674
+
+Milward
+Milward, Richard [<i>Life of Selden</i>]
+-1680
+
+Miner
+Miner, Thomas (Am. physician)
+1777-1841
+
+C. S. Minot
+Minot, Chas. Sedgwick (Am. biol.)
+1852-
+
+Minsheu
+Minsheu, John (Eng. linguist) [<i>Guide into the Tongues</i>, 1617]
+16th-17th c.
+
+Mir. for Mag.
+Mirror for Magistrates (a collection of narratives by several poets).
+ND
+
+D. G. Mitchell
+Mitchell, Donald G. (Am. author)
+1822-
+
+Mitford
+Mitford, William (Eng. historian)
+1744-1827
+
+J. Mitford
+Mitford, John (Eng. biographer and editor)
+1781-1859
+
+Miss Mitford
+Mitford, Mary R. (Eng. writer)
+1786-1855
+
+Mivart
+Mivart, St. George (Eng. biologist)
+1827-1900
+
+Mohs
+Mohs, Friedr. (Ger. mineralogist)
+1773-1839
+
+Moir
+Moir, David Macbeth (Scot. poet and novelist)
+1798-1851
+
+Mollett
+Mollett, John W. [<i>Dict. of Art and Arch<ae/ology</i>, Boston, 1883.]
+ND
+
+R. Monro
+Monro, Robert. [<i>Expedition</i>, 1637.]
+ND
+
+Bp. Montagu
+Montagu, Bp. Richd. (Eng. divine)
+1578-1641
+
+Col. G. Montagu
+Montagu, Col. George (Eng. ornith.)
+-1815
+
+Lady M. W. Montagu
+Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley (Eng. writer)
+1689-1762
+
+Mrs. E. Montagu
+Montagu, Eliz. R. (Eng. writer)
+1720-1800
+
+W. Montagu
+Montagu, Walter. [<i>Devout Essays</i>. <i>Shepherd's Paradise</i>]
+1604-1677
+
+J. Montgomery
+Montgomery, James (Scot. poet)
+1771-1854
+
+Monthly Rev.
+Monthly Review (Eng. journal, 1749-1845).
+ND
+
+Montrose
+Montrose, James Graham, Marquis of (Scot. royalist)
+1612-1650
+
+Moore
+Moore, Thomas (Brit. poet)
+1779-1852
+
+E. Moore
+Moore, Edward (Eng. dramatist)
+1712-1757
+
+Moore (Encyc. of Music)
+Moore, John Weeks (Am. musical writer)
+1807-
+
+Dr. H. More
+More, Dr. Henry (Eng. philosopher)
+1614-1687
+
+Hannah More
+More, Hannah (Eng. writer)
+1745-1833
+
+Sir T. More
+More, Sir Thomas (Eng. philos.)
+1478-1535
+
+J. D. Morell
+Morell, John D. (Eng. philos.)
+1815-
+
+L. H. Morgan
+Morgan, Lewis Henry (Am. sci.)
+1818-1881
+
+Fynes Morison
+Morison, Fynes (Eng. traveler)
+1566-1614?
+
+H. Morley
+Morley, Henry (Eng. author)
+1822-1894
+
+J. Morley
+Morley, John (Eng. polit. author)
+1838-
+
+C. Morris
+Morris, Charles (Am. scientist).
+ND
+
+G. P. Morris
+Morris, Geo. Perkins (Am. journ.)
+1802-1864
+
+R. Morris
+Morris, Richard (Eng. philol.)
+1833-1894
+
+W. Morris
+Morris, William (Eng. poet) [<i>Jason</i>]
+1834-1896
+
+J. Morse
+Morse, Jedidiah (Eng. poet)
+1761-1826
+
+J. H. Morse
+Morse, James Herbert (Am. writer)
+1841-
+
+Morte d'Arthure
+Morte d'Arthure (old alliterative poem, about 1360).
+ND
+
+Mortimer
+Mortimer, John (Eng. writer on husbandry)
+-1736
+
+Morton (1632)
+Morton, Thomas. [<i>New Eng. Canaan</i>, 1632]
+1590?-1646?
+
+Bp. Morton
+Morton, Bp. Thomas (Eng. theol.)
+1564-1659
+
+Moseley
+Moseley, Hen. (Eng. mech. writer)
+1801-1872
+
+Mosheim
+Mosheim, von, Johann Lorenz (Ger. theologian)
+1694?-1755
+
+Mother Goose
+Songs for the Nursery, 1719.
+ND
+
+Motherwell
+Motherwell, Wm. (Scot. poet)
+1797-1835
+
+Motley
+Motley, John Lothrop (Am. hist.)
+1814-1877
+
+Motto of the Mackintoshes
+Motto of the Mackintoshes (a Scottish clan).
+ND
+
+Mountfort
+Mountfort, Wm. (Eng. dramatist)
+1659-1692
+
+Moxon
+Moxon, Joseph (Eng. math.)
+1627-1700
+
+Mozley & Whiteley
+{Mozley, Herbert Newman.}
+{Whiteley, George Crispe.} [<i>Law Dict.</i>, Lond., 1876.]
+ND
+
+Muffett
+Muffett, or Moufet, Thomas (Eng. physician)
+1550?-1600?
+
+Muirhead
+Muirhead, Jas. (Scot. law writer)
+-1889
+
+Max M<uum/ller
+M<uum/ller, Friedrich Max (Ger.-Eng. philol.)
+1823-
+
+Munday
+Munday, Anthony (Eng. dramatist)J
+1554-1633
+
+Murchison
+Murchison, Sir R. I. (Brit. geol.)
+1792-1871
+
+Murdock
+Murdock, James (Am. divine and scholar)
+1776-1856
+
+A. Murphy
+Murphy, Arthur (Brit. dram. and essayist)
+1727-1805
+
+J. Murphy
+Murphy, James Gracey (Irish Heb. scholar)
+1808-
+
+Dr. Murray
+Murray, James Agustus Henry (Eng. lexicog. and philol.).
+1837-
+
+Lady Murray
+Murray, Lady Griseld (Eng. writer)
+1698-1759
+
+Murray's Handbook of London
+Murray, John, Jr. (Eng. publisher)
+1808-1892
+
+Mushet
+Mushet, Robert (Eng. lawyer)
+-1828
+
+Nares
+Nares, Rob. (Eng. critic and theol.)
+1753-1829
+
+Nash
+Nash, Thomas (Eng. dramatist)
+1564-1600
+
+The Nation
+Nation, The (N. Y. weekly journal, estab. 1865).
+ND
+
+National Rev.
+National Review (Lond. journal, 1855-1864).
+ND
+
+Nature
+Nature (Eng. weekly jour. of sci., estab. 1869).
+ND
+
+Naunton
+Naunton, Sir Robert (Eng. author)
+1563-1635
+
+N. Brit. Review
+North British Review (Edin. quarterly, 1844-1871).
+ND
+
+Neal
+Neal, John (Am. misc. writer)
+1793-1876
+
+Neale
+Neale, John Mason (Eng. divine, author, and trans. of hymns)
+1818-1866
+
+Nelson
+Nelson, Horatio, Lord (Brit. adm.)
+1758-1805
+
+R. Nelson
+Nelson, Robert (Brit. writer)
+1656-1715
+
+T. Nevile
+Nevile, Thomas (Eng. translator)
+fl. 1758
+
+New American Cyc.
+New American Cyclopedia (edited by G. Ripley and C. A. Dana, 1857).
+ND
+
+Newcomb
+Newcomb, Simon (Am. math.)
+1835-
+
+Abp. Newcome
+Newcome, Abp. Wm. (Eng. divine)
+1729-1800
+
+New England Tales
+New England Tales (quoted fr. Bartlett's <i>Americanisms</i>).
+ND
+
+New English Dict.
+New English Dictionary (edited by Dr. J. A. H. Murray).
+ND
+
+F. W. Newman
+Newman, Fr. Wm. (Eng. author)
+1805-1897
+
+J. H. Newman
+Newman, Cardinal John Henry (Eng. theologian and author)
+1801-1890
+
+Newton
+Newton, Thomas (Eng. physician)
+-1607
+
+H. A. Newton
+Newton, Hubert Anson (Am. math.)
+1830-1896
+
+J. Newton
+Newton, John (Eng. clergyman)
+1725-1807
+
+Sir I. Newton
+Newton, Sir Isaac (Eng. philos. and math.)
+1642-1727
+
+New York Times
+New York Times (daily journal, estab. 1850).
+ND
+
+Nichol
+Nichol, John Pringle (Brit. sci.)
+1804-1859
+
+Nichols
+Nichols, John (Eng. antiquary)
+1745-1826
+
+J. R. Nichols
+Nichols, James Robinson (Am. inventor and scientific writer)
+1819-1888
+
+W. Nichols
+Nichols, William (Eng. divine)
+1664-1712
+
+Nicholson
+Nicholson, Peter (Brit. architect)
+1765-1844
+
+Bp. Nicholson
+Nicholson, Bp. Wm. (Eng. divine)
+-1671
+
+H. A. Nicholson
+Nicholson, Henry A. (Eng. geol.)
+1844-
+
+W. Nicholson
+Nicholson, William (Eng. chemist)
+1758-1815
+
+Nicolay & Hay (Life of Lincoln)
+{Nicolay, John Geo. (Am. author)}
+{Hay, John (Am. author)}
+1832-, 1839-
+
+Nicolls
+Nicolls, Thomas (Eng. translator). [<i>Thucydides</i>, 1550.]
+ND
+
+Abp. Nicolson
+Nicolson, Abp. Wm. (Eng. divine)
+1655-1727
+
+Nordheimer
+Nordheimer, Isaac (Ger. Hebrew scholar)
+1809-1842
+
+Norris
+Norris, John (Eng. clergyman)
+1658-1711
+
+W. E. Norris
+Norris, W. E. (Eng. novelist)
+1847-
+
+G. North (1575)
+North, George (Eng. trans.). [<i>Philosopher of the Court</i>, 1575.]
+ND
+
+Ld. North
+North, Frederick, second earl of Guilford (Eng. statesman)
+1732-1792
+
+R. North
+North, Roger (Eng. writer)
+1650-1733
+
+Sir T. North
+North, Sir Thomas (Eng. translator). [<i>Plutarch's Lives</i>, 1579.]
+ND
+
+North Am. Rev.
+North American Review (Am. monthly, estab. 1815).
+ND
+
+North Brit. Rev.
+North British Review (Edin. quarterly, 1844-1871).
+ND
+
+Northbrooke
+Northbrooke, John (Eng. divine). [<i>Treatise on Dicing, etc.</i>, 1576.]
+ND
+
+A. Norton
+Norton, Andrews (Am. theologian)
+1786-1852
+
+Nott
+Nott, Josiah clark (Am. ethnol.)
+1804-1873
+
+Nug<ae/ Antiq.
+Nug<ae/ Antiqu<ae/ (prose and poetry fr. Sir J. Harrington and others).
+ND
+
+Oakeley
+Oakeley, Fred. (Eng. R. C. clerg.). [<i>Catholic Worship</i>, 1867.]
+1802-1880
+
+O'Brien
+O'Brien, John (prof. at Mount St. Mary's college, Md.)
+-1879
+
+Observer
+Observer, The (Eng. serial, 1785-90).
+ND
+
+Occleve
+Occleve, Thomas (Eng. poet)
+1370?-1454?
+
+Odling
+Odling, William (Eng. chemist)
+1829-
+
+J. O'Donovan
+O'Donovan, John (Irish arch<ae/ol.)
+1809-1861
+
+O. Eng. Oath of Allegiance
+Old English Oath of Allegiance (quoted by Blackstone).
+ND
+
+Ogilvie
+Ogilvie, John (Scot. lexicog.). [<i>Imp. Dict.</i>, 1856]
+1797-1867
+
+O'Keefe
+O'Keefe, or O'Keeffe, John (Irish dramatist)
+1747-1833
+
+Oldenburg
+Oldenburg, Hen. (Ger.-Eng. writer)
+1615?-1678
+
+Oldham
+Oldham, John (Eng. poet)
+1653-1683
+
+Oldys
+Oldys, William (Eng. bibliographer)
+1696-1761
+
+Oley
+Oley, Barnabas (Eng. divine)
+-1686
+
+L. Oliphant
+Oliphant, Lawrence (Eng. traveler)
+1829-1888
+
+Mrs. Oliphant
+Oliphant, Margaret O. Wilson (Brit. writer)
+1828-1897
+
+T. L. K. Oliphant
+Oliphant, Thomas Lawrence Kingston (Eng. writer)
+1831-
+
+Orfila
+Orfila, Mateo Jos<eacute/ B. (Fr. chem.)
+1787-1853
+
+Ormulum
+Ormulum, The (an imperfect series of homilies, about 1200).
+ND
+
+Orrery
+Orrery, John Boyle, Earl of (Eng. writer)
+1707-1762
+
+Osborne
+Osborne, Francis (Eng. writer)
+1589?-1659
+
+Otway
+Otway, Thos. (Eng. dram. and poet)
+1651-1685
+
+Overbury
+Overbury, Sir Thos. (Eng. author)
+1581-1613
+
+Owen
+Owen, Richard (Eng. naturalist)
+1804-1892
+
+Owen (Epigrams)
+Owen, John (Brit. writer)
+1560-1622
+
+C. Owen
+pseud. of Mrs. Helen A. Nitsch (Am. writer on cookery)
+-1889
+
+Oxf. Gloss.
+Oxford Glossary of Architecture, 1845 (later ed. cited as Parker).
+ND
+
+Packard
+Packard, Alpheus S., Jr. (Am. nat.)
+1839-
+
+Page
+Page, David (Brit. geologist)
+1814-1879
+
+T. N. Page
+Page, Thomas Nelson (Am. author)
+1853-
+
+Paget
+Paget, Sir James (Eng. surgeon)
+1814-1899
+
+Pagitt
+Pagitt, Ephraim (Eng. author)
+1575-1647
+
+Painter (Palace of Pleasure)
+Painter, William (Eng. compiler) [<i>Palace of Pleasure</i>, 1566]
+-1594
+
+Paley
+Paley, Wm. (Eng. theologian
+1743-1805
+
+Palfrey
+Palfrey, John Gorham (Am. hist.)
+1796-1881
+
+F. T. Palgrave
+Palgrave, Fr. T. (Eng. art critic)
+1824-1897
+
+Sir F. Palgrave
+Palgrave, Sir Francis (Eng. hist.)
+1788-1861
+
+W. G. Palgrave
+Palgrave, W. Gifford (Eng. traveler)
+1826-1888
+
+Pall Mall Gazette
+Pall Mall Gazette (Eng. daily journal, estab. 1865).
+ND
+
+Ld. Palmerston
+Palmerston, Henry John Temple, 3d viscount (Eng. statesman)
+1784-1865
+
+Palsgrave
+Palsgrave, John (Eng. linguist)
+1480?-1554
+
+Papin
+Papin, Denis (French physicist)
+1647-1714
+
+Sir W. Parish
+Parish, Sir Woodbine (Eng. diplom.)
+1796-1882
+
+Park
+Park, Sir James Allen (Brit. jurist)
+1763-1838
+
+Prof. Park
+Park, Edwards Amasa (Am. theol.)
+1808-
+
+R. Park
+Park, Roswell (Am. author)
+1807-1869
+
+Parker
+Parker, John Henry (Eng. arch<ae/ol.). [<i>Gloss. of Architecture</i>, 1879]
+1806-1884
+
+Abp. Parker
+Parker, Abp. Matt. (Eng. divine)
+1504-1575
+
+Bp. Parker
+Parker, Bp. Samuel (Eng. divine)
+1640-1687
+
+Martin Parker
+Parker, Martin (Eng. poet). [<i>The Nightingale</i>, 1632.]
+ND
+
+T. Parker
+Parker, Theodore (Am. theologian)
+1810-1860
+
+Parkhurst
+Parkhurst, John Luke (Am. gram.)
+1795?-1850
+
+Parkman
+Parkman, Francis, Jr. (Am. hist.)
+1823-1893
+
+Parliamentary History (1648)
+Parliamentary History, 1648 (cited from Richardson's Dict.).
+ND
+
+Parnell
+Parnell, Thomas (Brit. poet)
+1679-1718
+
+Parr
+Parr, Bartholomew. [<i>Med. Dict.</i>, Lond., 1809]
+1750-
+
+R. Parr
+Parr, Richard (Eng. divine)
+1617-1691
+
+S. Parr
+Parr, Sam. (Eng. crit. and scholar)
+1747-1825
+
+Parsons
+Parsons, Theophilus (Am. jurist). [<i>Contracts</i>]
+1797-1882
+
+Parth. Sacra (1633)
+Parthenia Sacra; or, Myst. Garment of the Sacred Parthenes; by Hen. Hawkins.
+ND
+
+Paston
+Letters of the Paston family of Norfolk (a record of social customs of 15th century, edited by Sir J. Fenn, 1787).
+ND
+
+Pastor Fido (1602)
+Pastor Fido (written by G. B. Guarini, 1537-1612, tr. by Fanshawe).
+ND
+
+W. Pater
+Pater, Walter Horatio (Eng. writer)
+1839-1894
+
+Bp. Patrick
+Patrick, Bp. Symon (Eng. com.)
+1626-1707
+
+W. Pattison
+Pattison, William (Eng. poet)
+1706-1727
+
+Paulding
+Paulding, James K. (Am. author)
+1779-1860
+
+J. Payn
+Payn, James (Brit. writer)
+1830-1898
+
+Payne
+Payne, John Howard (Am. dram.)
+1791-1852
+
+P. Cyc.
+Penny Cyclop<ae/dia (ed. by Chas. Knight, 1833-1858).
+ND
+
+Peacham
+Peacham, Henry (Eng. painter and author)
+-1640?
+
+Bp. Peacock
+Peacock, Bp. Reginald (Brit. prel.)
+1390-1460?
+
+Bp. Pearce
+Pearce, Bp. Zachary (Eng. divine)
+1690-1774
+
+Bp. Pearson
+Pearson, Bp. John (Eng. theol.)
+1613-1686
+
+C. H. Pearson
+Pearson, Chas. Henry (Eng. hist.)
+1830-
+
+Peele
+Peele, George (Eng. poet)
+1558?-1597?
+
+Pegge
+Pegge, Samuel (Eng. antiquary)
+1704-1796
+
+<! p. xiv ty=CM !>
+
+Pegge (1814)
+Pegge, Samuel (Eng. writer)
+1731-1800
+
+J. Peile
+Peile, John [<i>Gr. and Lat. Etymol.</i>, 2nd ed., Lond. 1872.]
+ND
+
+Pennant
+Pennant, Thomas (Brit. zo<oum/logist)
+1726-1798
+
+Pepys, Samuel (Eng. diarist)
+1632-1703
+
+Percival
+Percival, James Gates (Am. poet and geologist)
+1795-1856
+
+Percy
+Percy, Thomas (Eng. bishop)
+1729-1811
+
+Percy's Reliques
+(a collection of old lyrics, ed. by Bishop Percy, 1765).
+ND
+
+Pereira
+Pereira, Jonathan (Eng. physician)
+1804-1853
+
+Jacob Perkins
+Perkins, Jacob (Am. inventor)
+1766-1849
+
+Perkins
+Perkins, William (Eng. divine)
+1558-1602
+
+Perrier
+Perrier, Edmond (Fr. naturalist)
+1844-
+
+Perry
+Perry, William (Eng. lexicographer). [<i>Dict.</i>, 1795.]
+ND
+
+Peters
+Peters, Richard, Jr. (Am. biog.)
+1780-1848
+
+H. Peters
+Peters, Hugh (Eng. divine)
+1599-1660
+
+J. P. Peters
+Peters, John Punnett (Am. trans.)
+1852-
+
+Petherick
+Petherick, John (Brit. traveler)
+1820?-
+
+Sir P. Pett
+Pett, Sir Peter (Eng. polit. writer)
+1630-
+
+Pettie
+Pettie, George [<i>Introd. to Guazzo's Civil Conversation</i>, 1586]
+1548?-1589
+
+Sir W. Petty
+Petty, Sir Wm. (Eng. polit. econ.)
+1623-1687
+
+Phaer
+Phaer, Thos. (Brit. phys. and poet)
+-1560
+
+Philips
+Philips, Ambrose (Eng. poet)
+1671-1749
+
+J. Philips
+Philips, John (Eng. poet)
+1676-1708
+
+Phillips
+Phillips, Willard (Am. jurist)
+1784-1873
+
+E. Phillips
+Phillips, Edward (Eng. lexicog.)
+1630-1698?
+
+W. Phillips
+Phillips, William (Brit. geologist)
+1773-1828
+
+Wendell Phillips
+Phillips, Wendell (Am. orator)
+1811-1884
+
+Pickering
+Pickering, Tim. (Am. statesman)
+1745-1829
+
+J. Pickering
+Pickering, John (Am. philologist)
+1777-1846
+
+Pierpont
+Pierpont, John (Am. poet)
+1785-1866
+
+Piers Plowman
+Vision of Piers Plowman (Satirical poem of 14th cent., by Wm. Langland, or Langley).
+ND
+
+Piffard
+Piffard, Henry Granger (Am. physician). [<i>Ther. of Skin</i>, 1881.]
+ND
+
+C. C. Pinckney
+Pinckney, Chas. C. (Am. statesman)
+1746-1825
+
+Pinel
+Pinel, Philippe (Fr. physician)
+1745-1826
+
+Pinkerton
+Pinkerton, John (Scot. author)
+1758-1826
+
+Pitkin
+Pitkin, Timothy (Am. historian)
+1766-1847
+
+Pitman
+Pitman, Isaac (Eng. phonographer)
+1813-1897
+
+Pitt
+Pitt, William (Eng. statesman)
+1759-1806
+
+C. Pitt
+Pitt, Christopher (Eng. poet trans.)
+1699-1748
+
+Plaifere
+Plaifere, John (Eng. divine)
+-1608
+
+Planch<eacute/
+Planch<eacute/, James R. (Eng. dramatist)
+1796-1880
+
+Plautus (Trans. 1694)
+(Eng. translation by Lawrence Echard, 1671-1730).
+ND
+
+Playfair
+Playfair, John (Scot. math. and physicist)
+1748-1819
+
+Lyon Playfair
+Playfair, Lyon (Eng. chemist)
+1819-1898
+
+
+Plumptre
+Plumtre, Edward H. (Eng. clerg.)
+1821-1891
+
+E. Pocock
+Pocock, Edward (Eng. orientalist)
+1604-1691
+
+Pococke
+Pococke, Bp. Richard (Eng. trav.)
+1704-1765
+
+Poe
+Poe, Edgar Allan (Am. poet)
+1809-1849
+
+Poem in Essex Dialect
+John Noakes and Mary Styles (a poem exhibiting the localisms peculiar to Essex, Lond., 1839).
+ND
+
+Pole
+Pole, Wm. (Eng. musician and sci.)
+1814-
+
+Pollok
+Pollok, Robert (Scot. poet)
+1798-1827
+
+J. N. Pomeroy
+Pomeroy, John Norton (Am. legal writer)
+1828-1885
+
+Pomfret
+Pomfret, John (Eng. poet)
+1667-1703
+
+Madame de Pompadour
+Pompadour, Jeanne Antoinette Poisson, Marquise de (Fr. marchioness)
+1721-1764
+
+H. W. Poole
+Poole, Hen. Ward (Am. mus. writer)
+1825-
+
+R. S. Poole
+Poole, Reginald S. (Eng. arch<ae/ol.)
+1832-1895
+
+Poor Robin's Almanack
+(Eng. almanac, 1663-1828).
+ND
+
+Pope
+Pope, Alexander (Eng. poet)
+1688-1744
+
+Pop. Sci. Monthly
+Popular Science Monthly (N. Y. magazine, estab. 1872).
+ND
+
+Porson
+Porson, Richd. (Eng. Gr. scholar)
+1759-1808
+
+Porter
+Porter, Noah (Am. metaphysician)
+1811-1892
+
+E. Porter
+Porter, Ebenezer (Am. divine)
+1772-1834
+
+Porteus
+Porteus, Beilby (Eng. bishop)
+1731-1808
+
+Pothier
+Pothier, Robert Joseph (Fr. jurist)
+1699-1772
+
+Abp. Potter
+Potter, Abp. John (Eng. prelate)
+1674-1747
+
+
+F. Potter
+Potter, Francis (Eng. mechanician)
+1594-1678
+
+B. Powell
+Powell, Baden (Eng. philosopher)
+1796-1860
+
+Sir John Powell
+Powell, Sir John (Eng. judge)
+1633?-1696
+
+Pownall
+Pownall, Thomas (Eng. antiquary)
+1722-1805
+
+P. Plowman
+See <i>Piers Plowman</i>.
+ND
+
+Praed
+Praed, Winthrop M. (Eng. poet)
+1802-1839
+
+Pref. to Book of Com. Prayer
+Preface to Book of Common Prayer.
+ND
+
+Prescott
+Prescott, Wm. Hickling (Am. hist.)
+1796-1859
+
+Preston
+Preston, John (Eng. divine)
+1587-1628
+
+T. Preston
+Preston, Thomas (Eng. dramatist)
+-1598
+
+Price
+Price, Richard (Brit. finan. writer)
+1723-1791
+
+Price (1610)
+Price, Daniel (Eng. divine)J
+1579?-1631
+
+Prichard
+Prichard, James C. (Eng. ethnol.)
+1786-1848
+
+Prideaux
+Prideaux, John (Eng. divine)
+1578-1650
+
+H. Prideaux
+Prideaux, Humphrey (Eng. hist.)
+1648-1724
+
+Priestley
+Priestley, Joseph (Eng. chem. and physicist)
+1733-1804
+
+Prior
+Prior, Matthew (Eng. poet)
+1664-1721
+
+Dr. Prior
+Prior, Richard Chandler Alexander [<i>Pop. Names of Brit. Plants</i>, 1879]
+1809-
+
+Pritchard
+Pritchard, Andrew (Eng. naturalist)
+1804-1882
+
+R. A. Proctor
+Proctor, Richard A. (Eng. astron.)
+1837-1888
+
+Prompt. Parv.
+Promptorium Parvulorum (Eng.-Lat. Dict., by Geoffrey the Grammarian, 1440).
+ND
+
+Proudfit
+Proudfit, Alexander M. (Am. divine)
+1770-1843
+
+Prout
+Prout, William (Eng. med. chemist)
+1786-1850
+
+Pryce
+Pryce, Wm. (Eng. min. and arch<ae/ol.)
+fl. 1790
+
+Pugin
+Pugin, Agustus N. W. (Eng. arch.)
+1812-1852
+
+Puller
+Puller, Timothy (Brit. divine)
+-1693
+
+Punch
+See <i>London Punch</i>.
+ND
+
+Purchas
+Purchas, Samuel (Eng. compiler of travels)
+1578-1628?
+
+The Puritan (1607)
+The Puritan, or The Widow of Watling Street (an anon. play).
+ND
+
+Puttenham
+Puttenham, George (Brit. writer)
+1532?-1600?
+
+H. J. Pye
+Pye, Henry James (Eng. poet)
+1745-1813
+
+Quain
+Quain, Richard (Brit. physician)
+1816-1887
+
+Quain's Anat.
+Quain, Jones (Eng. anatomist)
+1795-1851
+
+Quarles
+Quarles, Fr. (Eng. poet) [<i>Emblems</i>]
+1592-1644
+
+Quart. Rev.
+Quarterly Review (Eng. periodical, founded 1809).
+ND
+
+Queen of Corinth
+(a play by Massinger, Fletcher, etc.)
+ND
+
+Quincy
+Quincy, John (Eng. medical writer)
+-1723
+
+Josiah Quincy
+Quincy, Josiah (Am. statesman)
+1772-1864
+
+Bp. Rainbow
+Rainbow, Bp. Edward (Eng. divine)
+1608-1684
+
+Sir W. Raleigh
+Raleigh, Sir Walter (Eng. statesman and navigator)
+1552-1618
+
+Rambler
+Rambler, The (Eng. periodical, 1750-1752).
+ND
+
+Ramsay
+Ramsay, Allan (Scot. poet)
+1685-1758
+
+D. Ramsay
+Ramsay, David (Am. historian)
+1749-1815
+
+E. B. Ramsay
+Ramsay, Edward B. (Scot. clerg.)
+1793-1872
+
+J. Randolph
+Randolph, John (Am. politician)
+1773-1833
+
+T. Randolph
+Randolph, Thos. (Eng. dramatist)
+1605-1634
+
+Rankine
+Rankine, W. J. Macquorn (Scot. mechanician)
+1820-1872
+
+Rawle
+Rawle, Wm. (Am. lawyer and scholar)
+1759-1836
+
+G. Rawlinson
+Rawlinson, George (Eng. historian)
+1815-
+
+Sir H. Rawlinson
+Rawlinson, Sir Henry Creswicke (Eng. orientalist)
+1810-1895
+
+Ray
+Ray, John (Eng. nat. and compiler)
+1628-1705
+
+Rayer
+Rayer, Pierre Fran<cced/ois Olive (Fr. medical writer)
+1793-1867
+
+Raymond
+Raymond, Rossiter Worthington (Am. engineer). [<i>Mining Gloss.</i>]
+1840-
+
+H. Read
+Read, Henry (Am. author)
+1808-1854
+
+Charles Reade
+Reade, Charles (Eng. novelist)
+1814-1884
+
+Compton Reade
+Reade, Compton (Eng. novelist)
+1834?-
+
+J. Reading
+Reading, John (Eng. divine)
+1588-1677
+
+Rees
+Rees, Abraham (Eng. cyclopedist)
+1743-1825
+
+T. Reeve (1657)
+Reeve, Thomas (English divine). [<i>God's Plea for Nineveh</i>, 1657.]
+ND
+
+Reid
+Reid, Thomas (Scot. metaphysician)
+1710-1796
+
+Remedy of Love
+(a poem attributed to Chaucer).
+ND
+
+I. Remsen
+Remsen, Ira (Am. chemist)
+1846-
+
+Rep. Sec. of War (1860)
+Report of the Secretary of War, U. S., for 1860.
+ND
+
+Rev. Ver.
+Revised version of the Bible, 1884.
+ND
+
+Bp. Reynolds
+Reynolds, Bp. Edw. (Eng. divine)
+1599-1676
+
+Sir J. Reynolds
+Reynolds, Sir Joshua (Eng. portrait painterJ)
+1723-1792
+
+RHD, RHUD
+Random House Webster's Unabridged Dictionary
+Electronic version (Random House Inc.)
+1996
+
+Rhemish Trans.
+Rhemish translation of the New Testament, 1582.
+ND
+
+Rich. the Redeless
+Richard the Redeless (a poem by Wm. Langland, or Langley, 1399).
+ND
+
+Richardson
+Richardson, Samuel (Eng. nov.)
+1689-1761
+
+Richardson (Dict.)
+Richardson, Charles (Eng. lexicographer)
+1775-1865
+
+B. W. Richardson
+Richardson, Benjamin Ward (Eng. physician)
+1828-
+
+Bp. Richardson
+Richardson, Bp. John (Eng. theol.)
+1579?-1654
+
+J. Richardson
+Richardson, Jonathan (Eng. painter and author)
+1665?-1745
+
+Rider's Dict. (1640)
+Rider, John [<i>Lat.-Eng. Dict.</i>]
+1562?-1632
+
+Ridley
+Ridley, Nicholas (Eng. bishop)
+1500?-1555
+
+Riemann
+Riemann, Hugo (Ger. mus. writer)
+1849-
+
+Rivers
+Rivers, Antony Widvile, or Woodville, Earl of (Eng. class. transl.)
+1442-1483
+
+Robert of Brunne
+See <i>Brunne</i>.
+ND
+
+R. of Gloucester
+Robert of Gloucester (Eng. antiq. historian)
+fl. 13th. c.
+
+Robertson
+Robertson, William (Scot. historian)
+1721-1793
+
+F. W. Robertson
+Robertson, Fred Wm. (Eng. clerg.)
+1816-1853
+
+G. C. Robertson
+Robertson, Geo. Croom (Scot. phil.)
+1842-
+
+Robinson
+Robinson, John. [<i>Eudoxa</i>, 1658.]
+ND
+
+Canon Robinson
+Robinson, Chas. K. (Eng. divine).
+ND
+
+E. Robinson
+Robinson, Edward (Am. philol.)
+1794-1863
+
+E. G. Robinson
+Robinson, Ezekiel G. (Am. divine)
+1815-
+
+Robinson's Whitby Glossary (1875)
+Robinson, F. K. (Eng. scholar). [<i>Whitby Glossary</i>, 1875.]
+ND
+
+Robynson (More's Utopia)
+Robynson, Raphe (Eng. translator)
+fl. 1651
+
+Rochefoucauld
+See <i>La Rochefoucauld</i>.
+ND
+
+Rochester
+Rochester, John Wilmot, second earl of (Eng. courtier)
+1647?-1680
+
+Rockstro
+Rockstro, Wm. S. (Eng. mus. writer).
+ND
+
+Rogers
+Rogers (quoted from Johnson's Dict.).
+ND
+
+D. Rogers
+Rogers, Daniel (Eng. divine)
+1573-1652
+
+J. Rogers (1839)
+Rogers, John (of St. John's Coll., Cambridge).
+ND
+
+J. Rogers
+Rogers, J. (writer in <i>Eng. Mechanic</i>, London, 1869).
+ND
+
+S. Rogers
+Rogers, Samuel (Eng. poet)
+1763-1855
+
+Thorold Rogers
+Rogers, James Edwin Thorold (Eng. political economist)
+1823?-
+
+Roget
+Roget, Peter Mark (Eng. physiologist) [<i>Thesaurus</i>]
+1779-1869
+
+J. Rolland
+Rolland, John (Scot. poetical trans.)
+ND
+
+G. Rolleston
+Rolleston, George (Eng. physiol.)
+1829-1881
+
+Romilly
+Romilly, Sir Sam. (Eng. statesman)
+1757-1818
+
+Rom. of R.
+Romaunt of Rose (Eng. trans. of French romance, formerly attrib. to Chaucer).
+ND
+
+T. Roosevelt
+Roosevelt, Theodore (Am. author)
+1858-
+
+H. Roscoe
+Roscoe, Henry (Eng. jurist)
+1799-1836
+
+H. E. Roscoe
+Roscoe, Henry Enfield (Eng. chem.)
+1833-
+
+Roscoe & Schorlemmer
+{Roscoe, Henry E.}
+{Schorlemmer, Carl.} [<i>Treatise on Chem.</i>]
+ND
+
+Roscommon
+Roscommon, Wentworth Dillon, Lord (Eng. poet)
+1633?-1684
+
+Ross
+Ross, Alexander (Brit. theologian)
+1590-1654
+
+A. Ross (1778)
+Ross, Alexander (Scot. poet)
+1699-1784
+
+J. Ross
+Ross, James. [<i>Diseases of the Nervous System</i>, 1883.]
+ND
+
+Sir J. Ross
+Ross, Sir John (Brit. admiral and arctic navigator)
+1777-1856
+
+J. J. Rousseau
+Rousseau, Jean Jacques (Fr. philos.)
+1712-1778
+
+Rowe
+Rowe, Nicholas (Eng. dramatist)
+1673-1718
+
+S. Rowlands
+Rowlands, Samuel (Brit. poet)
+1573?-1634?
+
+Rowley
+Rowley, Wm. (Eng. actor and dram.)
+fl. 17th c.
+
+Ruddiman
+Ruddiman, Thomas (Scot. scholar)
+1674-1758
+
+Rush
+Rush, James (Am. physician and philanthropist)
+1786-1869
+
+Ruskin
+Ruskin, John (Eng. writer on art)
+1819-1900
+
+Sir W. O. Russell
+Russell, Sir William Oldnall (Eng. legal writer)
+1785?-1833
+
+W. C. Russell
+Russell, William Clark (Eng. nov.)
+1844-
+
+W. H. Russell
+Russell, Wm. Howard (Brit. journ.)
+1821-
+
+Bp. Rust
+Rust, Bp. George (Eng. divine)
+-1670
+
+Ruxton
+Ruxton, Geo. Fred. Aug. (Eng. trav.)
+1821-1848
+
+Rycaut
+Rycaut, Sir Paul (Eng. traveler and diplomatist)
+1630-1700
+
+Rymer
+Rymer, Thomas (Eng. antiquary)
+1639?-1713
+
+Sachs
+Sachs, Julius (Ger. botanist)
+1832-
+
+Sackville
+Sackville, Thomas, first earl of Dorset (Eng. poet)
+1527-1608
+
+Sir E. Sackville
+Sackville, Sir Edw. (Eng. statesman)
+1590-1652
+
+Saintsbury
+Saintsbury, George Edward Bateman (Eng. literary historian)
+1845-
+
+G. A. Sala
+Sala, George Agustus Henry (Eng. journalist and author)
+1828-1895
+
+J. Salkeld
+Salkeld, John (Brit. clergyman)
+1575-1659
+
+Salmagundi
+Salmagundi (a series of papers, 1807, by Wm. Irving, Washington Irving, and J. K. Paulding)
+ND
+
+Salmon
+Salmon, Nathaniel (Eng. antiquary)
+1676-1742
+
+Abp. Sancroft
+Sancroft, Abp. William (Eng. divine)
+1616-1693
+
+Bp. Sanderson
+Sanderson, Bp. Robt. (Eng. divine)
+1587-1663
+
+Sandys
+Sandys, Geo. (Eng. trav. and poet)
+1577-1643
+
+Abp. Sandys
+Sandys, Abp. Edwin (Eng. divine)
+1519-1588
+
+Sir E. Sandys
+Sandys, Sir Edwin (Eng. writer)
+1561-1629
+
+Sir M. Sandys
+Sandys, Sir Miles (Eng. writer)
+1600-
+
+C. S. Sargent
+Sargent, Chas. Sprague (Am. bot.)
+1841-
+
+Sat. Rev., or Saturday Review
+Saturday Review (a London weekly journal, estab. 1855).
+ND
+
+Saunier
+Saunier, Claudius (Fr. mechanician).
+ND
+
+Savage
+Savage, Richard (Eng. poet)
+1698-1743
+
+M. W. Savage
+Savage, Marmion W. (Brit. novelist)
+1815?-1872
+
+W. Savage
+Savage, William (Eng. printer)
+1771-1843
+
+Savile
+Savile, Sir Henry (Eng. math. and classical scholar)
+1549-1622
+
+J. G. Saxe
+Saxe, John Godfrey (Am. poet)
+1816-1887
+
+A. B. Saxton
+Saxton, Andrew B. (Am. poet).
+ND
+
+Say
+Say, Thomas (Am. naturalist)
+1787-1834
+
+Sayce
+Sayce, Archibald Henry (Eng. orientalist)
+1846-
+
+Schaeffer
+Schaeffer, Chas. Fred. (Am. theol.)
+1807-1880
+
+Schaff
+Schaff, Philip (Am. theologian)
+1819-1893
+
+Schaff-Herzog Encyc.
+{Schaff, Philip}
+{Herzog, John Jacob} [<i>Encyc. of Relig. Knowl.</i>]
+1819-1893, 1805-1882
+
+Schmidt
+Schmidt, Alex. (German scholar) [<i>Shak. Lex.</i>]
+1816-
+
+Schoolcraft
+Schoolcraft, Henry R. (Am. ethnol.)
+1793-1864
+
+Scientific American
+Scientific American (N. Y. weekly, estab. 1846).
+ND
+
+Sclater (1654)
+Sclater, William (Eng. clergyman). [<i>Sermon at Funeral of A. Wheelock</i>, 1654.]
+ND
+
+P. L. Sclater
+Sclater, Philip Lutley (Eng. nat.)
+1829-
+
+R. Scot
+Scot, Reginald (Eng. writer against superstition)
+1545-1599
+
+Scott
+Scott, Joseph N. (Eng. lexicog.)
+-1773
+
+Dr. J. Scott
+Scott, Dr. John (Eng. divine)
+1638-1694
+
+H. L. Scott
+Scott, Henry L. (Am. mil. officer)
+1814-1886
+
+J. Scott of Amwell
+Scott, John, of Amwell (Eng. poet)
+1730-1783
+
+Sir W. Scott
+Scott, Sir Walter (Scot. novelist and poet)
+1771-1832
+
+T. Scott
+Scott, Thomas (Eng. commentator)
+1747-1821
+
+William Scott
+Scott, William [<i>Dict.</i>, 1797]
+fl. 1750-1804
+
+F. L. Scribner
+Scribner, F. Lamson. [<i>Report of U. S. Dept. of Agric.</i>, 1887-88.]
+ND
+
+Scudamore
+Scudamore, Edward. [<i>Nomenclator, or Terminolog. Dict.</i>, Lond., 1841.]
+ND
+
+Barnas Sears
+Sears, Barnas (Am. scholar)
+1802-1880
+
+Secker
+Secker, Thomas (Eng. archbishop)
+1693-1768
+
+J. Seed
+Seed, Jeremiah (Eng. divine)
+-1747
+
+J. R. Seeley
+Seeley, John Robert (Eng. author)
+1834-1895
+
+P. J. Selby
+Selby, Prideaux J. (Brit. ornith.)
+1780?-1867
+
+Selden
+Selden, John (Eng. statesman)
+1584-1654
+
+J. M. Sewall
+Sewall, Jona. Mitchell (Am. poet)
+1748-1808
+
+A. Seward
+Seward, Anna (Eng. writer)
+1747-1809
+
+W. H. Seward
+Seward, Wm. H. (Am. statesman)
+1801-1872
+
+Shaftesbury
+Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, third earl of (Eng. writer)
+1671-1713
+
+J. C. Shairp
+Shairp, John C. (Brit. scholar)
+1819-1885
+
+Shakespeare
+Shakespeare, Wm. (Eng. dramatist)
+1564-1616
+
+Sharp
+Sharp, John (Eng. prelate)
+1644-1714
+
+G. Sharp
+Sharp, Granville (Eng. abolitionist)
+1734-1813
+
+S. Sharp
+Sharp, Samuel (Eng. surgeon)
+-1778
+
+S. Sharpe
+Sharpe, Samuel (Eng. bib. scholar)
+1799-1881
+
+G. Shaw
+Shaw, George (Eng. naturalist)
+1751-1813
+
+Shedd
+Shedd, Prof. Wm. Greenough Thayer (Am. theologian)
+1820-1894
+
+Sheldon
+Sheldon, Richard (Eng. divine). [<i>Miracles of Anti-Christ</i>, 1616.]
+ND
+
+Shelford
+Shelford, Robert. [<i>Learned Discourse</i>, 1635.]
+ND
+
+M. W. Shelley
+Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft (Eng. novelist)
+1797-1851
+
+Shelly
+Shelly, Percy Bysshe (Eng. poet)
+1792-1822
+
+Shelton
+Shelton, Thomas (Eng. translator of Don Quixote)
+1580?-
+
+Shenstone
+Shenstone, William (Brit. poet)
+1714-1763
+
+Sherburne
+Sherburne, Sir Edward (Eng. poet and translator)
+1618-1702
+
+Sheridan
+Sheridan, Richard B. B. (Brit. dramatist)
+1751-1816
+
+Dr. Sheridan
+Sheridan, Dr. Thomas (Brit. elocutionist and lexicographer)
+1721-1788
+
+<! p. xv ty=CM !>
+
+P. H. Sheridan
+Sheridan, Philip H. (Am. general)
+1831-1888
+
+Sir A. Sherley
+Sherley, Sir Anthony (Eng. trav.)
+1565-1630
+
+Bp. Sherlock
+Sherlock, Bp. Thomas (Eng. divine)
+1678-1761
+
+Gen. W. T. Sherman
+Sherman, Wm. Tecumseh (Amer. general)
+1820-1891
+
+Sherwood
+Sherwood, Robert. [<i>Dict. of Eng. and Fr.</i>, 1632.]
+ND
+
+Shipley
+Shipley, Orby (Eng. eccl. writer)
+1832-
+
+T. Shipman
+Shipman, Thomas (Eng. dramatist)
+fl. 17th c.
+
+Shirley
+Shirley, James (Eng. dramatist)
+1594?-1666
+
+J. V. Shoemaker
+Shoemaker, John V. (Am. phys)
+ND
+
+Sir J. Shore
+Shore, Sir John (Eng. writer)
+1751-1834
+
+Shuckford
+Shuckford, Sam. (Eng. historian)
+-1754
+
+Algernon Sidney
+Sidney, Algernon (Eng. patriot)
+1622?-1683
+
+Sir H. Sidney
+Sidney, Sir Henry (Eng. statesman)
+-1586
+
+Sir P. Sidney
+Sidney, Sir Philip (Eng. statesman)
+1554-1586
+
+Siemens
+Siemens, Karl Wilhelm (Ger. nat. philosopher in England)
+1823-1883
+
+The Silkworms (1599)
+Silkworms and their Flies, The; described in verse by T. M. (said to be Thomas Muffett or Moufet)
+ND
+
+Silliman
+Silliman, Benj., Sr. (Am physicist)
+1779-1864
+
+Simmonds
+Simmonds, Peter Lund. [<i>Trade Products</i>, Lond., 1858]
+ND
+
+Sir J. Y. Simpson
+Simpson, Sir Jas. Young (Scot. phys)
+1811-1870
+
+Sinclair
+Sinclair, Sir J. (Scot. statistician)
+1754-1835
+
+A. P. Sinnett
+Sinnett, A. P. (Eng. writer)
+ND
+
+Skeat
+Skeat, Walter Wm. (Eng. philol.)
+1835-
+
+Skelton
+Skelton, John (Eng. poet)
+1460?-1529
+
+P. Skelton
+Skelton, Philip (Brig. divine)
+1707-1787
+
+Skinner
+Skinner, Stephen (Eng. philologist)
+1623-1667
+
+T. H. Skinner
+Skinner, Thomas H. (Am. divine)
+1791-1871
+
+Smalridge
+Smalridge, George (Eng. bishop)
+1663-1719
+
+Smart
+Smart, Benj. H. (Eng. lexicog.)
+1787?-1872
+
+C. Smart
+Smart, Christopher (Eng. poet)
+1722-1770
+
+Smee
+Smee, Alfred (Eng. electrician)
+1818-1877
+
+Smiles
+Smiles, Samuel (Scotch biographer)
+1816-
+
+A. Smith
+Smith, Adam (Brit. polit. economist)
+1723-1790
+
+Alex. Smith
+Smith, Alexander (Scotch poet)
+1831-1867
+
+Capt. John Smith
+Smith, John (Eng. adventurer)
+1579-1632
+
+C. J. Smith
+Smith, Charles John (Eng. gram. and lexicog.)
+1819?-1872
+
+Dr. John Smith
+Smith, John (Eng. physician)
+1630-1679
+
+Dr. W. Smith
+Smith, Wm. (Eng. class. scholar)
+1813-1893
+
+E. Smith
+Smith, Edmund (Eng. poet)
+1688-1710
+
+G. B. Smith
+Smith, Geo. Burnett (Eng. essayist)
+1841-
+
+Goldwin Smith
+Smith, Goldwin (Eng. historian)
+1823-
+
+H. Smith
+Smith, Horace (Eng. author)
+1779-1849
+
+J. Smith (Dict. Econ. Plants)
+Smith, John (curator of Kew Gardens)
+1798?-1888
+
+J. & H. Smith
+{Smith, James (1775-1839)} (joint authors of <i>Rejected Addresses</i>, 1812)
+{Smith, Horace}
+ND
+
+J. P. Smith
+Smith, John Pye (Eng. divine)
+1774-1851
+
+J. W. Smith
+Smith, John Wm. (Eng. legal writer)
+1809-1845
+
+M. R. Smith
+Smith, Mary L. Reilly (Am. poetess)
+1842-
+
+Percy Smith
+Smith, Hen. Percy (Eng. compiler)
+1826?-
+
+S. F. Smith
+Smith, Samuel Fr. (Am. divine
+1808-1895
+
+Sir T. Smith
+Smith, Sir Thomas (Eng. scholar)
+1514-1577
+
+S. S. Smith
+Smith, Sam. Stanhope (Am. divine)
+1750-1819
+
+Sydney Smith
+Smith, Sydney (Eng. essayist)
+1771-1845
+
+Smollett
+Smollett, Tobias George (Brit. nov.)
+1721-1771
+
+Smyth
+Smyth, William Henry (Eng. naval officer)
+1788-1865
+
+Somerville
+Somerville, William (Eng. poet)
+1677-1742
+
+South
+South, Robert (Eng. divine and author)
+1631-1716
+
+Southern
+Southern, Thos. (Brit. dramatist)
+1660?-1746
+
+Southey
+Southey, Robert (Eng. poet)
+1774-1843
+
+Southwell
+Southwell, Robert (Eng. poet)
+1560-1595
+
+Soyer
+Soyer, Alexis (French cook)
+1800?-1858
+
+W. Spalding
+Spalding, William (Scotch logician)
+1809-1859
+
+Sparks
+Sparks, Jared (Am. historian)
+1789-1866
+
+Spectator
+Spectator, The (Eng. periodical edited by Addison, Steele and others, 1711-1714)
+ND
+
+Speed
+Speed, John (Eng. historian)
+1542?-1629
+
+Spelman
+Spelman, Sir Henry (Eng. antiq.)
+1562-1641
+
+Spence
+Spence, Ferrand (English trans.) [<i>Lucian</i>, Lond., 1684.]
+ND
+
+J. Spence
+Spence, Joseph (Eng. critic)
+1698?-1768
+
+H. Spencer
+Spencer, Herbert (Eng. philos.)
+1820-
+
+I. S. Spencer
+Spencer, Ichabod S. (Am. divine)
+1798-1854
+
+J. Spencer
+Spencer, John (Eng. divine)
+1630-1695
+
+Spenser
+Spenser, Edmund (Eng. poet)
+1552?-1599
+
+Spotswood
+Spotswood, or Spotiswood, John (Scot. eccl. hist.)
+1565-1639
+
+C. Sprague
+Sprague, Charles (Am. poet)
+1791-1875
+
+W. B. Sprague
+Sprague, Wm. Buell (Am. divine)
+1795-1876
+
+Sprat
+Sprat, Thomas (Eng. bp. and hist.)
+1636-1713
+
+G. Spring
+Spring, Gardiner (Am. clergyman)
+1785-1873
+
+E. G. Squier
+Squier, Ephraim George (Am. arch<ae/ologist)
+1821-1888
+
+Stackhouse
+Stackhouse, Thos. (Eng. clerg.)
+1680-1752
+
+A. Stafford
+Stafford, Anthony Ambrose (Eng. writer)
+-1641
+
+Stainer & Barrett
+{Stainer, John}
+{Barrett, W. A.} (joint editors of <i>Mus. Dict.</i>)
+1840- , 1835-
+
+Stallo
+Stallo, John B. (Am. physicist)
+1823-
+
+A. P. Stanley
+Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn (Dean of Westminster)
+1815-1881
+
+T. Stanley
+Stanley, Thomas (Eng. philos. and poet)
+1625-1678
+
+H. Stansbury
+Stansbury, Howard (Am. civil engineer)
+1806-1863
+
+Stanyhurst
+Stanyhurst, Richard (Brit. historian and poet)
+1545?-1618
+
+Stapleton
+Stapleton, Thomas (Eng. divine)
+1535-1598
+
+Starkie
+Starkie, Thos. (Eng. legal writer)
+1782-1849
+
+State Papers
+State Papers (of Gr. Brit. and Ir.)
+ND
+
+State Trials
+State Trials (of Gr. Brit. and Ir.)
+ND
+
+Statutes of Mass.
+Statutes of Massachusetts
+ND
+
+T. Staveley
+Staveley, Thos. (Eng. eccl. writer)
+-1683
+
+Stedman
+Stedman, John Gabriel (Brit. military officer)
+1745-1797
+
+E. C. Stedman
+Stedman, Edmund C. (Am. poet)
+1833-
+
+Stedman's Med. Dict.
+Stedman's Medical Dictionary, 25th edition
+Williams and Wilkins, 1990
+
+Steele
+Steele, Sir Richard (Eng. essayist)
+1676-1729
+
+Steevens
+Steevens, Geo. (Eng. commentator)
+1736-1800
+
+Stephen
+Stephen, Henry John (Eng. legal writer)
+1787-1864
+
+J. F. Stephen
+Stephen, James Fitzjames (Eng. legal writer)
+1829-1894
+
+Leslie Stephen
+Stephen, Leslie (Eng. literary hist.)
+1832-
+
+Sir J. Stephen
+Stephen, Sir James (Eng. historian)
+1789-1859
+
+Stepney
+Stepney, George (Eng. poet and statesman)
+1663-1707
+
+Sterling
+Sterling, John (Brit. essayist)
+1806-1844
+
+Sternberg
+Sternberg, Geo. M. (Am. army surg.)
+1838-
+
+Sterne
+Sterne, Lawrence (Eng. humorous writer)
+1713-1768
+
+Sternhold
+Sternhold, Thomas (Eng. poet)
+1500?-1549
+
+J. Stevens
+Stevens, John (Eng. translator)
+1660?-1726
+
+R. L. Stevenson
+Stevenson, Robert L. (Scot. author)
+1850-1894
+
+Stewart
+Stewart, Dugald (Scotch metaph.)
+1753-1828
+
+B. Stewart
+Stewart, Balfour (Brit. physicist)
+1828-
+
+E. Stiles
+Stiles, Ezra (Am. divine and hist.)
+1727-1795
+
+J. Still
+Still, John (Eng. divine and author)
+1543-1607
+
+Bp. Stillingfleet
+Stillingfleet, Bp. Edward (Eng. divine)
+1635-1699
+
+Stillman (The Horse in Motion)
+Stillman, J. D. Babcock (Am. physician)
+1819-
+
+Stirling
+Stirling, Wm. Alex. (Scot. poet)
+1580-1640
+
+J. H. Stirling
+Stirling, James Hutchinson (Scot. critic and philosopher)
+1820-
+
+W. Stith
+Stith, William (Am. historian)
+1689-1755
+
+R. H. Stoddard
+Stoddard, Richd. Hen. (Am. poet)
+1825-
+
+Stokes
+Stokes, Geo. Gabriel (Brit. physicist)
+1819-
+
+D. Stokes (1659)
+Stokes, David (Eng. orientalist)
+fl. 17th c.
+
+Stonehenge
+(pseud. of J. H. Walsh)
+ND
+
+Stormonth
+Stormonth, James (Scotch philol. and lexicog.)
+1825-1882
+
+Story
+Story, Joseph (Am. jurist)
+1779-1845
+
+Bp. Story
+Story, Bp. Josiah (Irish divine)
+1679?-1757
+
+Stow
+Stow, John (Eng. antiquary)
+1525?-1605
+
+Stowe
+Stowe, Calvin Ellis (Am. clerg.)
+1802-1886
+
+Mrs. Stowe
+Stowe, Harriet Beecher (Am. writer)
+1811-1896
+
+Lord Stowell
+Stowell, William Scott, Lord (Eng. judge)
+1745-1836
+
+Stower
+Stower, Charles (Eng. printer)
+1779?-1816
+
+Earl of Strafford
+Strafford, Thos. Wentworth, Earl of (Eng. statesman)
+1593-1641
+
+Strauss
+Strauss, David Friedr. (Ger. theol.)
+1808-1874
+
+Strutt
+Strutt, Joseph (Eng. antiquary)
+1749-1802
+
+Strype
+Strype, John (Eng. biographer)
+1643-1737
+
+G. Stuart
+Stuart, Gilbert (Scot. historian)
+1742-1786
+
+M. Stuart
+Stuart, Moses (Am. theologian)
+1780-1852
+
+Stubbes
+Stubbes, Philip (British writer) [<i>Anatomy of Abuses</i>, 1583]
+ND
+
+Stubbs
+Stubbs, William (Eng. historian)
+1825-
+
+Stukeley
+Stukeley, Wm. (Eng. antiquary)
+1687-1765
+
+Suckling
+Suckling, Sir John (Eng. poet)
+1610-1641
+
+J. Sully
+Sully, James (Eng. metaphysician)
+1842-
+
+Summary on Du Bartas (1621)
+Summary on Du Bartas (tr. fr. the French by Thomas Lodge, Lond., 1621)
+ND
+
+Charles Sumner
+Sumner, Charles (Am. statesman)
+1811-1874
+
+W. G. Sumner
+Sumner, Wm. Graham (Am. polit. economist)
+1840-
+
+L. Sunderland
+Sunderland, LeRoy (Am. essayist)
+1802-1885
+
+Surrey
+Surrey, Henry Howard, Earl of (Eng. poet)
+1516?-1547
+
+Swedenborg
+Swedenborg, Emanuel (Sw. philos.)
+1688-1772
+
+H. Sweet
+Sweet, Henry [<i>Phonetics</i>, Oxford, 1877]
+1845?-
+
+Swift
+Swift, Jonathan (Brit. author)
+1667-1745
+
+Z. Swift
+Swift, Zephaniah (Am. jurist)
+1759-1823
+
+Swinburne
+Swinburne, Algernon Chas. (Eng. poet)
+1837-
+
+H. Swinburne
+Swinburne, Henry (Eng. traveler)
+1752-1803
+
+John Swinton
+Swinton, John (Scot. journ. in Am.)
+1830-
+
+Sydenham
+Sydenham, Floyer (Eng. essayist and translator)
+1710-1787
+
+Syd. Soc. Lex.
+Sydenham Society Lexicon
+ND
+
+Sylvester
+Sylvester, Joshua (Eng. poet, and translator of Du Bartas)
+1563-1618
+
+J. J. Sylvester
+Sylvester, James Jos. (Eng. math.)
+1814-
+
+E. Symmons
+Symmons, Edward (Eng. Royalist)
+fl. 1648
+
+J. A. Symonds
+Symonds, John Addington (Eng. writer)
+1840-1893
+
+Tait
+Tait, Peter Guthrie (Brit. physicist and mathematician)
+1831-
+
+
+H. F. Talbot
+Talbot, Wm. Henry Fox (Eng. antiq. and philol.)
+1800-1877
+
+Tale of a Usurer
+(title of a tale in <i>English Metrical Homilies</i>, about 1330, edited by John Smnall, Edin., 1862)
+ND
+
+Tale of Beryn
+(title of a spurious tale of 15th cent.)
+ND
+
+Tale of Gamelyn
+(called also Coke's T. of G., and formerly attrib. to Chaucer)
+ND
+
+Talfourd
+Talfourd, Sir Thomas Noon (Eng. poet and essayist)
+1795-1854
+
+Tate
+Tate, Nahum (Eng. poet)
+1652-1715
+
+Tatham
+Tatham, Edward (Eng. divine)
+1749-1834
+
+Tatler
+Tatler, The (Eng. periodical conducted by Steele, Addison and others)
+1709-1711
+
+Taylor (1630)
+Taylor, John (Eng. "Water Poet") [<i>Works</i>, 1611, 1630. <i>Drink and Welcome</i>]
+1580-1654
+
+A. S. Taylor
+Taylor, Alfred Swaine (Eng. legal writer) [<i>Med. Jurisprudence</i>]
+1806-1880
+
+B. Taylor
+Taylor, Bayard (Am. traveler and author)
+1825-1878
+
+H. Taylor
+Taylor, Sir Henry (Eng. dramatist and essayist)
+1800-1886
+
+I. Taylor
+Taylor, Isaac (Eng. divine and philosopher)
+1787-1865
+
+I. Taylor (with name of work)
+Taylor, Iosaac (English clergyman) [<i>Words & Places</i>. <i>The Alphabet</i>]
+1829-
+
+Jer. Taylor
+Taylor, Jeremy (Eng. bishop and author
+1613-1667
+
+John Taylor (1755)
+Taylor, John (Eng. clergyman and law writer)
+1703-1766
+
+N. W. Taylor
+Taylor, Nathaniel Wm. (Am. theol.)
+1786-1858
+
+W. Taylor
+Taylor, William (Eng. author)
+1765-1836
+
+Sir W. Temple
+Temple, Sir Wm. (Eng. statesman)
+1628-1699
+
+Tennent
+Tennent, Sir James Emerson (Brit. author)
+1794-1869
+
+Tennyson
+Tennyson, Alfred (Eng. poet)
+1809-1892
+
+Terence in English (1614)
+Terence in English (trans. by Richard Bernard, 1567?-1641)
+ND
+
+Bp. Terrot
+Terrot, Bp. Chas. Hughes (English commentator)
+1790-1872
+
+E. Terry
+Terry, Edward (Eng. traveler)
+1590?-1660?
+
+Testament of Love
+Testament of Love (anon. prose treatise, about 1400)
+ND
+
+Thackeray
+Thackeray, Wm. M. (Eng. nov.)
+1811-1863
+
+Theobald
+Theobald, Lewis (Eng. scholar)
+1688-1744
+
+Thirlwall
+Thirlwall, Connop (Eng. divine)
+1797-1875
+
+Thodey
+Thodey, Samuel (Brit. divine). [<i>Life in Death</i>, 1853.]
+ND
+
+Thomas (Med. Dict.)
+Thomas, Joseph (Am. physician and editor)
+1811-1891
+
+T. G. Thomas
+Thomas, Theodore Gaillard (Am. physician)
+1831-
+
+R. Thompson
+Thompson, Robert [<i>Gardener's Assistant</i>, 1859]
+ND
+
+S. Thompson
+Thompson, Silvanus (Eng. physicist)
+ND
+
+W. Thompson (1745)
+Thompson, William (Eng. poet)
+1718?-1766
+
+Thomson
+Thomson, James (Scotch poet)
+1700-1748??
+
+Thomson & Tait
+{Thomson, Sir Wm.} [<i>Elements of Nat. philos.</i>]
+{Tait, Peter G.}
+ND
+
+Abp. Thompson
+Thompson, William (Eng. divine)
+1819-1890
+
+J. Thomson
+Thomson, James (Brit. math. and physicist)
+1822-1892
+
+Sir W. Thomson
+Thomson, Sir William (Brit. physicist and mathematician)
+1824-
+
+W. M. Thomson
+Thomson, Wm. McClure (Am. divine)
+1806-
+
+Thoreau
+Thoreau, Henry David (Am. naturalist and writer)
+1817-1862
+
+T. B. Thorpe
+Thorpe, Thomas Bangs (Am. artist and author)
+1815-1873??
+
+Thudichum
+Thudichum, John Louis Wm. (Eng. chemist and pathologist)
+ND
+
+Thynne
+Thynne, Francis (Eng. herald and antiquary)
+1545?-1608?
+
+Tickell
+Tickell, Thomas (Eng. poet and essayist)
+1686-1745??
+
+C. P. Tiele (Encyc. Brit.)
+Tiele, Cornelis Petrus (Dutch hist. writer)
+1830-
+
+Tiffany
+Tiffany, Chas. Louis (Am. jeweler)
+1812-
+
+Tillotson
+Tilllotson, John (Eng. archbishop)
+1630-1694??
+
+Todd
+Todd, Henry John (Eng. biog. and editor) [<i>Johnson's Dict.</i>, 1818]
+1763-1845
+
+H. A. Todd
+Todd, Henry A. (Am. educator)
+1854?-
+
+Todd & B.
+{Todd, Robert Bently}
+{Bowman, Sir William} [<i>Physiol. Anat.</i>]
+1809-1860, 1816-1893??
+
+Todhunter
+Todhunter, Isaac (Eng. math.)
+1820-1884
+
+Tomlins
+Tomlins, Thomas Edlyne (Eng. legal writer) [<i>Law Dict.</i>, 1810]
+1762-1841
+
+Tomlinson
+Tomlinson, Chas. (Eng. physicist)
+1808-1897
+
+Tooke
+Tooke, John Horne (Eng. philol.)
+1736-1812
+
+T. Tooke
+Tooke, Thos. (Eng. polit. economist)
+1774-1858
+
+W. Tooke
+Tooke, Wm. (Eng. writer) [<i>Russia</i>]
+1774-1820
+
+Tooker
+Tooker, William (Eng. divine)
+-1620
+
+Toone
+Toone, Wm. (Eng. compiler) [<i>Gloss. of Obs. and Uncom. Words</i>, 1832]
+ND
+
+Topsell
+Topsell, Edward (English writer) [<i>Hist. of Four-footed Beasts</i>, 1607]
+fl. 1607
+
+Totten
+Totten, Benjamin J. (Am. naval officer) [<i>Naval Dict.</i>, 1841]
+1806-1877
+
+Tovey
+Tovey, Charles (Eng. wine merchant) [<i>Wine and Wine Countries</i>, 1862]
+ND
+
+Towneley Myst.
+Towneley Mysteries (ab. 1450)
+ND
+
+G. Townsend
+Townsend, George (Eng. divine and author)
+1788-1857
+
+J. Trapp
+Trapp, Joseph (Eng. poet and essayist)
+1679-1747
+
+Travis
+Travis, John (Eng. surgeon, cited from Penny Cyc.)
+ND
+
+Trench
+Trench, Abp. Richard Chenevix (Brit. poet and scholar)
+1807-1886
+
+W. S. Trench
+Trench, Wm. Steuart (Brit. author)
+1808-1872
+
+Trendelenburg
+Trendelenburg, Friedrich Adolf (Ger. philosopher)
+1802-1872
+
+Trevelyan
+Trevelyan, George Otto (Eng. politician and author)
+1838-
+
+Trial of the Regicides
+(cited in <i>State Trials</i>, 1660).
+ND
+
+A. Trollope
+Trollope, Anthony (Eng. novelist)
+1815-1882
+
+Mrs. Trollope
+Trollope, Frances Milton (Eng. author)
+1780-1863
+
+Troubles of Queen Elizabeth (1639)
+If you know not me, you know nobody, or Troubles of Queen Elizabeth (an historical play written by Thomas Leywood, 1639)
+ND
+
+J. T. Trowbridge
+Trowbridge, John T. (Am. author)
+1827-
+
+Trumbull
+Trumbull, John (Amer. satirical poet)
+1750-1831
+
+B. Trumbull
+Trumbull, Benjamin (Am. divine and author)
+1735-1820
+
+A. Tucker
+Tucker, Abraham (Eng. megaphysician, pseud. E. Search)
+1705-1774
+
+J. Tucker
+Tucker, Josiah (Brit. divine)
+1711-1799
+
+Tully
+Tully, William (Am. physician)
+1785-1859
+
+Turbervile
+Turbervile, George (Eng. poet)
+1530-1600?
+
+R. Turnbull
+Turnbull, Robert (Scotch-Amer. clergyman)
+1809-1877
+
+Turner
+Turner, Edward (Eng. chemist)
+1797-1837
+
+Turner
+Turner, Wm. (Eng. phys. and nat.)
+-1568
+
+<! p. xvi ty=CM !>
+
+S. Turner
+Turner, Sharon (Eng. historian and philologist)
+1768-1847
+
+Tusser
+Tusser, Thos. (Eng. poet and agricultural writer)
+1515?-1580?
+
+Prof. H. Tuttle
+Tuttle, Herbert (Am. hist. writer)
+1846-
+
+Sir R. Twisden
+Twisden, Sir Roger (Eng. antiq.)
+1597-1672
+
+Two N. Kins.
+Two Noble Kinsmen (a play ascr. to Shakespeare and Fletcher)
+
+Tylor
+Tylor, Edward Burnett (Eng. archaeologist and ethnologist)
+1832-
+
+Tyndale
+Tyndale, William (Eng. reformer, and translator of the Bible)
+1484-1536
+
+Tyndale
+Tyndale, John (Brig. physicist)
+1820-1893
+
+D. A. Tyng
+Tyng, Dudley A. (Am. lawyer)
+1760-1829
+
+Tyrwhitt
+Tyrwhitt, Thomas (Eng. critic)
+1730-1786
+
+Udall
+Udall, Nicholas (Eng. teacher and dramatist)
+1506-1564
+
+Upton (Tactics)
+Upton, Emory (Am. major general)
+1839-1881
+
+Ure
+Ure, Andrew (Scotch chemist)
+1778-1857
+
+Urquhart
+Urquhart, Sir Thomas (Scotch politician). [<i>Trans. of Rabelais</i>]
+1605?-1660
+
+U. S. Census
+United States Census, 1880
+
+U. S. Const.
+United States Constitution. See Constitution
+ND
+
+U. S. Disp.
+United States Dispensory
+ND
+
+
+U. S. Int. Rev. Statutes
+United States Internal Revenue Statutes
+ND
+
+U. S. Pharm.
+United States Pharmacop<oe/ia
+ND
+
+Usher
+Usher, James (Eng. archbishop)
+1580-1656
+
+Vanbrugh
+Vanbrugh, Sir John (Eng. dram.)
+1666-1726
+
+H. Van Laun
+Van Laun, Henri (Fr. tr. in Eng.)
+ND
+
+Vattel (Trans.)
+Vattel, de, Emmeric (Swiss publicist)
+1714-1767
+
+E. Vaughan
+Vaughan, Edmund (Eng. divine)
+1611?-1669?
+
+H. Vaughan
+Vaughan, Henry (Brit. poet)
+1621-1695
+
+R. Vaughan
+Vaughan, Rowland (Brit. trans.)
+fl. 17th c.
+
+R. A. Vaughan
+Vaughan, Robert Alfred (Eng. poet and reviewer)
+1823-1857
+
+Vegetius (Trans.)
+Vegetius, Flavius Renatus (Lat. military writer)
+fl. 385
+
+Venner
+Venner, Tobias (Eng. physician)
+1577-1660
+
+A. E. Verrill
+Verrill, Addison Emery (Am. zool.)
+1839-
+
+Verstegan
+Verstegan, Richard (Eng. antiq.)
+-1635?
+
+Vicars
+Vicars, John (Eng. divine and trans.)
+1582-1652
+
+Virchow
+Virchow, Rudolf (Ger. physiol.)
+1821-
+
+Vives
+Vives, Juan Luis (Sp. scholar)
+1462-1540
+
+
+Waddell
+Waddell, John Alex. Low (civil engineer)
+1854-
+
+B. F. Wade
+Wade, Benjamin Franklin (Am. statesman)
+1800-1878
+
+Wagner
+Wagner, Rufolf Johannes (Ger. chemist)
+1823-1880
+
+W. Wagstaffe
+Wagstaffe, William (Eng. phys.)
+1685-1725
+
+Wake
+Wake, William (Eng. archbishop)
+1672-1737
+
+Wakefield
+Wakefield, Gilbert (Eng. theol.)
+1756-1801
+
+Walker
+Walker, John (Eng. lexicographer)
+1732-1807
+
+Dr. Walker (1678)
+Walker, Anthony (Eng. divine)
+1629?-1700?
+
+F. A. Walker
+Walker, Francis Amasa (Am. political economist)
+1840-1897
+
+A. R. Wallace
+Wallace, Alfred Russell (Eng. traveler and ornitholigist)
+1822-
+
+D. M. Wallace
+Wallace, Donald Mackenzie (Scotch author). [<i>Russia</i>]
+1841-
+
+L. Wallace
+Wallace, Lewis (Am. author) [<i>Ben-Hur</i>]
+1827-
+
+Waller
+Waller, Edmund (Eng. poet)
+1605-1687
+
+Wallis
+Wallis, John (Eng. mathematician and grammarian)
+1616-1703
+
+Walpole
+Walpole, Horace (Eng. author)
+1717-1797
+
+Walsh
+Walsh, Robert (Am. author and journalist)
+1784-1859
+
+J. H. Walsh
+Walsh, John Henry (Eng. writer on sports, pseud. Stonehenge)
+1810-1888
+
+W. Walsh
+Walsh, William (Eng. poet)
+1663-1707
+
+Walton
+Walton, Izaak (Eng. writer). [<i>Complete Angler</i>]
+1593-1683
+
+Bp. Warburton
+Warburton, Bp. Wm. (Eng. author)
+1698-1779
+
+Ward
+Ward, John (Eng. writer)
+1679?-1758
+
+A. W. Ward
+Ward, Adolphus William (Eng. writer)
+1837-
+
+Bp. Ward
+Ward, Bp. Seth (Eng. divine)
+1617?-1689
+
+E. Ward
+Ward, Edward (Eng. poet)
+1660?-1731
+
+L. F. Ward
+Ward, Lester Frank (Am. scientific writer). [<i>Dynamic Sociology</i>]
+1841-
+
+Mrs. Humphry Ward
+Ward, Mrs. Humphry (Eng. author)
+1851-
+
+R. P. Ward
+Ward, Robert Plumer (Eng. statesman and jurist)
+1765-1846
+
+Samuel Ward
+Ward, Samuel (Eng. theologian)
+-1643
+
+T. Ward
+Ward, Thomas (Eng. writer)
+1652-1708
+
+W. H. Ward
+Ward, William Hayes (Am. Assyriologist)
+1835-
+
+W. Warde
+Warde, William. [<i>Secrets of Physics</i>, trans. from Fr., Lond. 1558.]
+ND
+
+Warner
+Warner, William (Eng. poet)
+1558?-1608?
+
+C. D. Warner
+Warner, Charles Dudley (Am. author)
+1829-1900
+
+Warren
+Warren, Samuel (Brit. author)
+1807-1877
+
+J. Warton
+Warton, Joseph (Eng. poet)
+1722-1800
+
+T. Warton
+Warton, Thomas (Eng. poet)
+1728-1790
+
+Wase
+Wase, Christopher (Eng. classical scholar)
+-1690
+
+E. Washburn
+Washburn, Emory (Am. lawyer)
+1800-1877
+
+Washington
+Washington, George (Pres. U. S.)
+1732-1799
+
+E. Waterhouse
+Waterhouse, Edward (Eng. author)
+1619-1670
+
+Waterland
+Waterland, Daniel (Eng. author)
+1688-1740
+
+Waterton
+Waterton, Charles (Eng. naturalist)
+1782-1865
+
+Bp. Watson (1805)
+Watson, Bp. Richard (Eng. divine)
+1737-1816
+
+Sir T. Watson
+Watson, Sir Thomas (Eng. phys.)
+1792-1882
+
+W. Watson
+Watson, William (Eng. author)
+-1603
+
+Watts
+Watts, Henry (Eng. chemist)
+1825-1884
+
+I. Watts
+Watts, Isaac (Eng. divine and poet)
+1674-1748
+
+R. Watts
+Watts, Robert (Am. anatomist)
+1812-1867
+
+Wayland
+Wayland, Francis (Amer. moral philosopher)
+1796-1865
+
+Weale
+Weale, John (Eng. editor and publisher)
+1791-1862
+
+D. Webster
+Webster, Daniel (Am. statesman and orator)
+1782-1852
+
+J. Webster
+Webster, John (Eng. dramatist)
+16th-17th c.
+
+Wedgwood
+Wedgwood, Hensleigh (Eng. philol.)
+1805-
+
+Weever
+Weever, John (Eng. antiquarian)
+1576-1632
+
+Weisbach
+Weisbach, Julius (Ger. math.)
+1806-1871
+
+ Sir A. Weldon
+Weldon, Sir Anthony (Eng. author)
+1590?-1656?
+
+J. S. Wells
+Wells, John Soelberg (Eng. opthalmologist)
+ND
+
+Welsford
+Welsford, Henry (Eng. author)
+1810-
+
+Welwood
+Welwood, James (Scotch physician)
+1652-1716
+
+Wesley
+Wesley, John (Eng. founder of Methodism)
+1703-1791
+
+West
+West, Richard (Eng. poet)
+-1742
+
+G. West
+West, Gilbert (Eng. poet and translator)
+1706?-1756
+
+B. F. Westcott
+Westcott, Brooke Foss (Eng. biblical scholar)
+1825-
+
+Westminster Catechism
+Westminster Shorter Catechism
+ND
+
+Westm. Rev.
+Westminster Review (a Lond. quarterly, founded 1824)
+ND
+
+Wharton
+Wharton, Francis (Am. jurist)
+1820-1889
+
+Wharton (Law Dict.)
+Wharton, John J. S. (Eng. barrister and legal writer)
+1816?-1867
+
+H. Wharton
+Wharton, Henry (Eng. divine)
+1664-1695
+
+Whately
+Whately, Richard (abp. of Dublin)
+1787-1863
+
+W. Whately
+Whately, William (Eng. divine)
+1583-1639
+
+Wheaton
+Wheaton, Henry (Am. publicist and diplomatist)
+1785-1848
+
+Wheatstone
+Wheatstone, Sir Charles (Eng. physicist)
+1802-1875
+
+Whewell
+Whewell, William (Eng. philos. and scholar)
+1794-1866
+
+B. Whichcote
+Whichcote, Benj. (Eng. divine)
+1610?-1683
+
+E. P. Whipple
+Whipple, Edwin Percy (Am. essayist and critic)
+1819-1886
+
+Whishaw
+Whishaw, James (Eng. lawyer). [<i>Law Dict.</i>, Lond., 1830]
+ND
+
+Whiston
+Whiston, William (Eng. divine and mathematician)
+1667-1752
+
+Whitaker
+Whitaker, Tobias (Eng. phys.). [<i>Blood of Grape</i>, Lond., 1638]
+fl. 1620-1671
+
+J. Whitaker
+Whitaker, John (Eng. divine and antiq.)
+1735-1808
+
+Whitby
+Whitby, Daniel (Eng. divine)
+1638-1726
+
+Gilbert White
+White, Gilbert (Eng. divine and naturalist)
+1720-1793
+
+James White
+White, Jas. (Brit. divine and hist.)
+1806-1862
+
+James White
+White, James (Eng. veterinary surgeon). [<i>Farriery</i>, 1815]
+ND
+
+R. G. White
+White, Richard Grant (Am. author)
+1821-1885
+
+Whitefoot
+Whitefoot (Minutes in posth. works of Sir Thomas Browne)
+ND
+
+Whitehead
+Whitehead, William (Eng. poet)
+1715-1785
+
+P. Whitehead
+Whitehead, Paul (Eng. poet and satirist)
+1709?-1774
+
+Whitelocke
+Whitelocke, Bulstrode (Eng. statesman)
+1605-1676
+
+Whiter
+Whiter, Walter (Eng. lexicog.). [<i>Univ. Etymol. Dict.</i>, 1800-1811.]
+ND
+
+Whitgift
+Whitgift, John (Eng. archbishop)
+1530-1604
+
+Whiting
+Whiting, Nicholas. [<i>Albino and Bellama</i>, 1637.]
+ND
+
+Whitlock
+Whitlock, Richard (Eng. phys.)
+1616?-1673?
+
+J. D. Whitney
+Whitney, Josiah Dwight (Am. geol.)
+1819-1896
+
+Mrs. Whitney
+Whitney, Adeline D. Train (Am. author)
+1824-
+
+W. D. Whitney
+Whitney, William Dwight (Am. philologist)
+1827-1894
+
+Whittier
+Whittier, John Greenleaf (Am. poet)
+1807-1892
+
+Whitworth
+Whitworth, George Clifford. [<i>Anglo-Indian Dict.</i>, Lond., 1883]
+ND
+
+J. Whitworth
+Whitworth, Joseph (Eng. mechanician)
+1805?-1887
+
+Whole Duty of Man
+(author unknown)
+ND
+
+Wilberforce
+Wilberforce, Wm. (Eng. philanthropist and statesman)
+1759-1833
+
+B. G. Wilder
+Wilder, Burt Green (Am. anatomist and physiologist)
+1841-
+
+Wilhelm
+Wilhelm, Thomas [<i>Mil. Dict.</i>, Phila., 1881]
+ND
+
+W. Wilkie
+Wilkie, William (Scotch epic poet)
+1721-1772
+
+Bp. Wilkins
+Wilkins, Bp. John (Eng. divine)
+1614-1672
+
+D. Wilkins
+Wilkins, David (Eng. author)
+1685-1745
+
+Wilkinson
+Wilkinson, Sir John Gardner (Eng. Egyptologist)
+1797-1875
+
+William of Palerne
+(a poem in the Midland dialect, partly trans. from the French, about 1350)
+ND
+
+G. H. Williams
+Williams, George Huntington (Am. mineralogist)
+1856?-
+
+H. M. Williams
+Williams, Helen Maria (Eng. author). [<i>Letters from France</i>]
+1762-1827
+
+M. Williams
+Williams, Monier (Eng. orientalist
+1819-
+
+Sir R. Williams
+Williams, Sir Roger (Eng. mil. hist.)
+-1595
+
+S. W. Williams
+Williams, Samuel Wells (Am. Chinese scholar)
+1812-1884
+
+Willis
+Willis, Nathaniel Parker (Am. poet and journalist)
+1806-1867
+
+Willis & Clements (The Platinotype)
+{Willis, W., Jr. & Clements} [<i>The Platinotype</i>, 1885.]
+ND
+
+Wilson
+Wilson, Erasmus (English medical writer)
+1809-1884
+
+Arthur Wilson
+Wilson, Arthur (Eng. historian)
+1596-1652
+
+D. Wilson
+Wilson, Daniel (Brit. arch<ae/ologist)
+1816-1892
+
+G. Wilson
+Wilson, George (Scotch chemist and physician)
+1818-1859
+
+H. B. Wilson
+Wilson, Henry Bristow (Eng. divine and author)
+1803-1888
+
+J. L. Wilson
+Wilson, John Leighton (Am. missionary)
+1809-1884
+
+John Wilson
+Wilson, John (Am. printer and author). [<i>Punctuation</i>, 1850]
+1802-1868
+
+Prof. Wilson
+Wilson, John (Scotch author, pseud. Christopher North)
+1785-1854
+
+Sir T. Wilson
+Wilson, Sir Thomas (English statesman)
+1520?-1581
+
+Gov. Winthrop
+Winthrop, John (Governor of Mass. Colony)
+1588-1649
+
+Sir R. Winwood
+Winwood, Ralph (Eng. statesman)
+1564?-1617
+
+Wirt
+Wirt, William (Am. lawyer)
+1772-1834
+
+Wiseman
+Wiseman, Richard (Eng. surgeon) [<i>Treatment of Wounds</i>, 1672]
+fl. 17th c.
+
+Card. Wiseman
+Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick Stephen (Eng. cardinal)
+1802-1865
+
+Withals (1608)
+Withals, John. [<i>Dict.</i>, 1568, 1608]
+ND
+
+Wither
+Wither, George (Eng. poet)
+1588-1667
+
+Withering
+Withering, William (Eng. writer on natural science)
+1749-1799
+
+W. Withington
+Withington, William (Am. clergyman and writer)
+ND
+
+Wit's Recreations (1654)
+(a compilation of poems and epigrams, attrib. to George Herbert)
+ND
+
+Wodhull
+Wodhull, Michael (Eng. poet)
+1740-1816
+
+Wodroephe
+Wodroephe, John. [<i>True Marrow of French</i>, 1623]
+ND
+
+Wolcott
+Wolcott, John (Eng. satirist)
+1738-1819
+
+O. Wolcott
+Wolcott, Oliver (Am. statesman)
+1760-1833
+
+C. Wolfe
+Wolfe, Charles (Irish poet)
+1791-1823
+
+Wollaston
+Wollaston, William (Eng. divine and author)
+1659-1724
+
+T. V. Wollaston
+Wollaston, Thomas Vernon [<i>Variation of Species</i>, 1856]
+ND
+
+W. H. Wollaston
+Wollaston, William Hyde (Eng. naturalist and philosopher)
+1766-1828
+
+Wolsey
+Wolsey, Thomas (Eng. cardinal and statesman)
+1471-1530
+
+Wood
+Wood, Alphonso (Am. botanist)
+1810-1881
+
+Wood
+Wood, Anthony. [<i>Hist. of Oxford Univ.</i>]
+1632-1695
+
+H. C. Wood
+Wood, Horatio C. (Am. physician)
+1841-
+
+J. G. Wood
+Wood, John George (English naturalist)
+1827-1889
+
+Wood & Bache
+{Wood, George B. & Bache, Franklin} [<i>U. S. Dispensatory</i>, 15th Ed.]
+1797-1879 & 1792-1864
+
+J. Woodbridge
+Woodbridge, John (Eng. clergyman in America
+1614-1691
+
+Woodward
+Woodward, John (Eng. geologist)
+1665-1728
+
+S. Woodworth
+Woodworth, Samuel (Am. poet)
+1785-1842
+
+Woolsey
+Woolsey, Theodore Dwight (Am. clergyman and author
+1801-1889
+
+Bp. Woolton
+Woolton, Bp. John [<i>Christian Manuel</i>, 1576]
+1535?-1593?
+
+Wordsworth
+Wordsworth, William (Eng. poet)
+1770-1850
+
+C. Wordsworth
+Wordsworth, Christopher (Eng. divine)
+1807-1885
+
+John Worthington
+Worthington, John (Eng. writer)
+1618-1671
+
+Sir H. Wotton
+Wotton, Sir Henry (Eng. diplomatist and author)
+1568-1639
+
+W. Wotton
+Wotton, William (Eng. divine, critic and historian)
+1666-1726
+
+Woty
+Woty, William (Eng. poet). [<i>Muses' Advice</i>. <i>Blossoms of Helicon</i>.]
+-1791
+
+Wraxall
+Wraxall, Sir Nathaniel Wm. (Eng. author)
+1751-1831
+
+Bp. Wren
+Wren, Bp. Matthew (Eng. divine)
+1585-1667
+
+Wright
+Wright, Thomas (Eng. antiquary)
+1810-1877
+
+Wyatt
+Wyatt, Thomas (Eng. poet)
+1503-1542
+
+Wycherley
+Wycherley, William (Eng. dramatist)
+1640?-1715
+
+Wyclif
+Wyclif, John (Eng. reformer, and translator of the Bible)
+1324?-1384
+
+Sir J. Wynne
+Wynne, Sir John (Brit. writer)
+1553-1626
+
+Yarrell
+Yarrell, William (Brit. naturalist)
+1784-1856
+
+Yelverton
+Yelverton, Sir Henry (Eng. writer)
+1566-1630
+
+Miss Yonge
+Yonge, Charlotte Mary (Eng. novelist)
+1823-
+
+Youatt
+Youatt, Wm. (Eng. veterinary surgeon)
+1777-1847
+
+Young
+Young, Edward (Eng. poet)
+1684-1765
+
+C. A. Young
+Young, Charles Agustus (Am. astronomer)
+1834-
+
+J. Young
+Young, John (Scotch divine)
+1806-1880
+
+Yule
+Yule, Henry (Brit. geographer)
+1820-1889
+
+<! End of Authors Quoted !> \ No newline at end of file
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new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b3ef41d
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+++ b/gcide.conf
@@ -0,0 +1,42 @@
+/* A GNU dicod configuration file for running a local copy of the GNU
+ * Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
+ *
+ * Installation instructions:
+ *
+ * 1. Unpack the GCIDE dictionary;
+ * 2. Copy this file to a directory where you keep your local configuration
+ * files (/etc or /usr/local/etc are usual choices).
+ * 3. Replace the word GCIDE_PATH in the "handler" statement below with
+ * the path to the gcide-0.51 dicrectory. You can omit this step and use
+ * the -D option instead:
+ * 4. Start dicod as follows:
+ * dicod --config /path/to/gcide.conf
+ * If you skipped the step 3, supply the -D option with the acual path to
+ * the dictionary. For example, if you copied gcide.conf to /etc and
+ * unpacked GCIDE to /usr/local, then:
+ * dicod --config /etc/gcide.conf -D GCIDE_PATH=/usr/local
+ *
+ * The server will listen on localhost (127.0.0.1) port 2628.
+ *
+ * 5. Access the dictionary using dico (a GNU dictionary command line
+ * utility), or another dictionary client program (such as Kdict or
+ * the like).
+ */
+capability (mime);
+timing yes;
+listen localhost;
+mode daemon;
+pidfile /tmp/dicod.pid;
+
+load-module (stratall,substr,word);
+
+load-module gcide;
+
+database {
+ name "gcide";
+ handler "gcide dbdir=/GCIDE_PATH/gcide-0.51";
+}
+
+server-info "This server provides a local copy of GCIDE version 0.51";
+
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diff --git a/PRONUNC.JPG b/pronunc.jpg
index 197e925..197e925 100644
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diff --git a/PRONUNC.WEB b/pronunc.txt
index 325f8ce..5db6a9f 100644
--- a/PRONUNC.WEB
+++ b/pronunc.txt
@@ -9,6 +9,6 @@ represent them. The set of symbols used for pronunciation
is different from that used in most modern dictionaries,
-but a more worrisome problem is that the pronuncitions themselves
+but a more worrisome problem is that the pronunciations themselves
seem in many cases to differ from modern usage. The places of
the strong and weak accent are, however, in every case
-examined the same as in modern dictionaries. Anyone who is
+examined, the same as in modern dictionaries. Anyone who is
willing to work at revising the pronunciations to reflect modern
@@ -27,3 +27,3 @@ syllable-break is represented in the ASCII version by an asterisk (*).
(grave accent) (`)
- the hyphen in hyphenated words is represented by the ASCII hypen (-).
+ the hyphen in hyphenated words is represented by the ASCII hyphen (-).
where an accent occurs, no other syllable break is used.
@@ -74,5 +74,3 @@ relative to systems used in recent dictionaries.
pronunciations like the unaccented long "e" usually have
- a y-breve (<ycr/) in the pronunciation. Why? Apparently,
- just to look more like the spelling. In these cases its
- meaning is unambuiguous.
+ a y-breve (<ycr/) in the pronunciation. Why?
@@ -87,10 +85,7 @@ relative to systems used in recent dictionaries.
like "tizz", whereas I have always heard such words pronounced
- with a long "e", as in "teez" (and most modern dictionaries
- give it the long-e pronunciation. In Webster's 10th collegiate,
- they mention that unstressed long e may be pronounced as i in
+ with a long "e", as in "teez". In Webster's 10th collegiate, they
+ mention that unstressed long e may be pronounced as i in
southern British or southern US dialects, and perhaps it
was more common in the US in 1890. The <icr/ is an unreliable
- indicator of modern standard American pronunciation. A long-e
- pronunciation on the antepenult is also sometimes given an
- <icr/ symbol in this dictionary.
+ indicator of modern standard American pronunciation.
@@ -101,4 +96,4 @@ relative to systems used in recent dictionaries.
So be warned, the pronunciations may not be quite what one would
- expect. But for the first phase of this effort, we are trying
- to reproduce exactly the pronuciations in the original work.
+ expect. But for this effort, we are trying to reproduce exactly
+ the pronuciations in the original work.
@@ -179,2 +174,8 @@ relative to systems used in recent dictionaries.
+ <eacute/ e-acute (e with an acute accent over it --
+ not used in pronunciations, but in the
+ spelling of words derived from European
+ languages, especially French.)
+ prot<eacute/g<eacute/ = pr<osl/`t<asl/`zh<asl/"
+
<ecr/ short e (e with a crescent [breve] above it)
@@ -207,2 +208,15 @@ relative to systems used in recent dictionaries.
+ <eum/ e-umlaut (e-diaeresis)
+ (not used in pronunciations.
+ represents e after another e, used in the 1913
+ Webster to indicate that the two e's are
+ pronounced as two vowels, as in "reentry".
+ In the supplemented version, the second e,
+ which is thus marked in the 1913 version,
+ usually has no umlaut over it, conforming
+ to modern orthographic practise.)
+
+ re<eum/nforce = r<emac/`<ecr/n*f<omac/rs"
+ re<eum/entry = r<emac/`<ecr/n"tr<ycr/
+
<icr/ short i (i with a crescent [breve] above it)
diff --git a/SYMBOLS.JPG b/symbols.jpg
index aa31caa..aa31caa 100644
--- a/SYMBOLS.JPG
+++ b/symbols.jpg
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diff --git a/TAGSET.WEB b/tagset.txt
index 1409569..f0b9367 100644
--- a/TAGSET.WEB
+++ b/tagset.txt
@@ -407,2 +407,5 @@ Tag Font Meaning
+<abbr> italic Tag for abbreviations, when mentioned within
+ the definition text.
+
<adjf> small caps Tags for the actual adjective or adverb
@@ -460,4 +463,5 @@ Tag Font Meaning
-<decf> small caps The actual morphological variants of nouns or
- pronouns. Should be indexed.
+<decf> small caps Declension form. The actual morphological
+ variants of nouns or pronouns. Should
+ be indexed.
@@ -466,3 +470,3 @@ Tag Font Meaning
derivative, embedded within a definition
- without a separate definitin of its own.
+ without a separate definition of its own.
These collocations should be defined
@@ -472,2 +476,10 @@ Tag Font Meaning
collocations.
+
+<ent> Bold Entry field. Gives the headword without accent or
+ syllabication marks, and with special-character
+ symbols converted to their nearest ASCII
+ equivalents. Can be used without conversion
+ as the string that serves as the index word
+ for that entry.
+
<er> Small Caps Entry reference. References to headwords
@@ -617,2 +629,7 @@ Tag Font Meaning
+<epos> * Part of speech, referring to words in
+ etymologies, normal type. Always an
+ abbreviation, as in <pos> above
+ Combinations may occur, as "a. or n.".
+
<plw> small caps Plural word. The actual plural form of the word,
@@ -700,2 +717,5 @@ Tag Font Meaning
+<ver> * Verified for current accuracy by a technical editor,
+ without changes.
+
<vmorph> * Verb morphology (conjugation) segment, delimited
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new file mode 100644
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diff --git a/WEBFONT.ASC b/webfont.txt
index c80dfd3..591e980 100644
--- a/WEBFONT.ASC
+++ b/webfont.txt
@@ -188,3 +188,4 @@ Is this a mistake?
pronunciations to represent the soun fo the nasal N in French words.
- (8) If you find any exceptions to these usage assertions, please
+ (8) A weak accent (when not in pronunciations) is symbolized by <prime/, the "minutes" (of a degree) symbol. A strong accent is symbolized by <bprime/ ("bold prime", not an ISO entity).
+ (9) If you find any exceptions to these usage assertions, please
let me know.
@@ -202,3 +203,3 @@ oct dec hex entity oct dec hex
201 129 81 <uum/ uuml 374 252 fc \"u ue u umlaut (diaeresis)
-202 130 82 eacute 351 233 e9 \'e e e acute
+202 130 82 <eacute/ eacute 351 233 e9 \'e e e acute
203 131 83 <acir/ acirc 342 226 e2 \^a a a circumflex
@@ -213,4 +214,4 @@ oct dec hex entity oct dec hex
214 140 8c <icir/ icirc 356 238 ee \^i i i circumflex
-215 141 8d igrave 354 236 ec \`i i i grave
-216 142 8e Auml A A umlaut
+215 141 8d <igrave/ igrave 354 236 ec \`i i i grave
+216 142 8e <Aum/ Auml A A umlaut
217 143 8f Aring A A ring above
@@ -222,5 +223,5 @@ oct dec hex entity oct dec hex
224 148 94 <oum/ ouml 366 246 f6 \"o oe o umlaut (diaeresis)
-225 149 95 ograve 362 242 f2 \`o o o grave
+225 149 95 <ograve/ ograve 362 242 f2 \`o o o grave
226 150 96 <ucir/ ucirc 373 251 fb \^u u u circumflex
-227 151 97 ugrave 371 249 f9 \`u u u grave
+227 151 97 <ugrave/ ugrave 371 249 f9 \`u u u grave
230 152 98 <yum/ yuml y y umlaut
@@ -236,3 +237,3 @@ oct dec hex entity oct dec hex
242 162 a2 <oacute/ oacute 363 243 f3 \'o o o acute
-243 163 a3 uacute 372 250 fa \'u u u acute
+243 163 a3 <uacute/ uacute 372 250 fa \'u u u acute
244 164 a4 <ntil/ ntilde 361 241 f1 \~n ny n tilde
@@ -258,8 +259,8 @@ oct dec hex entity oct dec hex
(printer's "fist")
-266 182 b6 \"{} '' bold accent
+266 182 b6 <bprime/ \"{} '' bold accent
(used in pronunciations)
-267 183 b7 prime 264 180 b4 \'{} ' light accent
+267 183 b7 <prime/ prime 264 180 b4 \'{} ' light accent
(used in pronunciations)
also minutes (of arc or time)
-270 184 b8 <rdquo/ '' " close double quote
+270 184 b8 <rdquo/ rdquo '' " close double quote
271 185 b9 *
@@ -268,5 +269,5 @@ oct dec hex entity oct dec hex
274 188 bc <sect/ sect \S * section mark
-275 189 bd <ldquo/ `` " open double quotes
+275 189 bd <ldquo/ ldquo `` " open double quotes
276 190 be <amac/ amacr \=a a a macron
-277 191 bf lsquo ` ` left single quote
+277 191 bf <lsquo/ lsquo ` ` left single quote
@@ -336,6 +337,6 @@ oct dec hex entity oct dec hex
364 244 f4 <yogh/ y small yogh
-365 245 f5 mdash --- -- em dash
-366 246 f6 divide 367 247 f7 $\div$ / division sign
+365 245 f5 <mdash/ mdash --- -- em dash
+366 246 f6 <divide/ divide 367 247 f7 $\div$ / division sign
367 247 f7 ap $\approx$ ~= "double tilde"
-370 248 f8 <deg/ 260 176 b0 ${}^\circ$ * degree sign
+370 248 f8 <deg/ deg 260 176 b0 ${}^\circ$ * degree sign
371 249 f9 <middot/ $\bullet$ * bold middle dot

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