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+.emacs*
+*~
+*.tar.gz
+*.tar.xz
+*.zip
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DISTFILES=\
$(wildcard CIDE.[A-Z])\
COPYING\
- PRONUNC.JPG\
- PRONUNC.WEB\
- README.DIC\
- SYMBOLS.JPG\
- TAGSET.WEB\
- WEBFONT.ASC\
- WXXVII.JPG
+ README\
+ 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 *~
+
+distclean: clean
+ rm -f $(DISTBASE).tar.gz $(DISTBASE).tar.xz $(DISTBASE).zip
DISTBASE = $(PROJECT)-$(VERSION)
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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
-in the ancillary files:
-
-=====================================================================
--rw-r--r-- 1 18021 2012-01-30 00:24 COPYING
--rw-r--r-- 1 2569796 2000-06-18 15:11 PRONUNC.JPG
--rw-r--r-- 1 13994 2012-01-30 00:24 PRONUNC.WEB
--rw-r--r-- 1 13507 2012-01-30 00:27 README.DIC
--rw-r--r-- 1 144716 2000-06-18 15:13 SYMBOLS.JPG
--rw-r--r-- 1 54783 2012-01-30 00:24 TAGSET.WEB
--rw-r--r-- 1 34631 2012-01-30 00:24 WEBFONT.ASC
--rw-r--r-- 1 1188380 2000-06-18 15:19 WXXVII.JPG
-=====================================================================
-
-
-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"
-
-
-============================================================
- 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:
-
-(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
-------------------------------
-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.
-
-
- -- PJC
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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
diff --git a/gcide.conf b/gcide.conf
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..b3ef41d
--- a/dev/null
+++ 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";
+
+/* End of gcide.conf */ \ No newline at end of file
diff --git a/PRONUNC.JPG b/pronunc.jpg
index 197e925..197e925 100644
--- a/PRONUNC.JPG
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diff --git a/PRONUNC.WEB b/pronunc.txt
index 325f8ce..5db6a9f 100644
--- a/PRONUNC.WEB
+++ b/pronunc.txt
@@ -7,10 +7,10 @@ vowel sounds are given here, but the examples should allow one
to recognize the characters and recall the symbols used to
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
usage or modern symbols should contact PJC.
@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ syllable-break is represented in the ASCII version by an asterisk (*).
the main (heavy) accent is represented by a double-quote (").
the secondary (light) accent is represented by a left-single-quote
(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.
sometimes a hyphen occurs after an accent.
------------------------------------------------
@@ -72,9 +72,7 @@ relative to systems used in recent dictionaries.
identical sounds using "i" or "e", but used in those cases where the
written word has a "y" in it. So words ending in "y" with
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?
(2) The indicated pronunciations themselves are in some cases
different from what one would find in a modern dictionary.
@@ -85,22 +83,19 @@ relative to systems used in recent dictionaries.
the present. Thus we see that words ending in -"ties",
which are given the pronunciation "-t<icr/z", which sounds
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.
(3) The indefinite value, represented by an upside-down e (called
the "schwa" is not used, the same sound being represented by
symbols like short u <ucr/, or sometimes other vowels.
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.
Notice that in pronunciations, vowels that are obscured are often
represented by the italicised vowel without any diacritical marks;
@@ -177,6 +172,12 @@ relative to systems used in recent dictionaries.
deerstalker = d<emac/r"st<add/k`<etil/r
+ <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)
degenerate = d<esl/*j<ecr/n"<etil/r*<amac/t
delve = d<ecr/lv
@@ -205,6 +206,19 @@ relative to systems used in recent dictionaries.
commercial = k<ocr/m*m<etil/r"sh<ait/l
commerce = k<ocr/m"m<etil/rs
+ <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)
Note: In most cases, this is used where the
short i sound of "lip" is intended, but it is
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
@@ -405,6 +405,9 @@ Tag Font Meaning
<! !> * HTML-style comment. Used to indicate page numbers
in the public domain version.
+<abbr> italic Tag for abbreviations, when mentioned within
+ the definition text.
+
<adjf> small caps Tags for the actual adjective or adverb
comparatives or superlatives. Should be
indexed. See also conjf (verbs) and
@@ -458,18 +461,27 @@ Tag Font Meaning
reproducing this typography is probably
pointless.
-<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.
<ecol> * Embedded Collocation. A word combination
containing the headword (or a morphological
derivative, embedded within a definition
- without a separate definitin of its own.
+ without a separate definition of its own.
These collocations should be defined
implicitly by the text of the definition in
which they are embedded.
See also <col>, tagging explicitly defined
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
within the "etymology" section are in small
caps. Such references also occur
@@ -615,6 +627,11 @@ Tag Font Meaning
n.; v. i.; v. t.; a.; adv.; pron.; prep.
Combinations may occur, as "a. & n.".
+<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,
found within a <plu> segment.
@@ -698,6 +715,9 @@ Tag Font Meaning
normal definition spacing. This seems pointlessly
complicating for an on-line display.
+<ver> * Verified for current accuracy by a technical editor,
+ without changes.
+
<vmorph> * Verb morphology (conjugation) segment, delimited
by square brackets.
diff --git a/titlepage.png b/titlepage.png
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..5902daf
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+++ b/titlepage.png
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diff --git a/WEBFONT.ASC b/webfont.txt
index c80dfd3..591e980 100644
--- a/WEBFONT.ASC
+++ b/webfont.txt
@@ -186,7 +186,8 @@ Latin-2 table), but the other vowels don't, in the Smith & Stutely book.
Is this a mistake?
(7) The symbol <nsc/ is used for "N small capitals", used in
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.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
webfont ISO 8879 latin1/ascii TeX nearest description
@@ -200,7 +201,7 @@ oct dec hex entity oct dec hex
200 128 80 <Cced/ Ccedil 307 199 c7 \c{C} C C cedilla
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
204 132 84 <aum/ auml 344 228 e4 \"a ae a umlaut (diaeresis)
205 133 85 <agrave/ agrave 340 224 e0 \`a a a grave
@@ -211,8 +212,8 @@ oct dec hex entity oct dec hex
212 138 8a <egrave/ egrave 350 232 e8 \`e e e grave
213 139 8b <ium/ iuml 357 239 ef \"i i i umlaut (diaeresis)
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
220 144 90 <Eacute/ Eacute 311 201 c9 \'E e E acute
@@ -220,9 +221,9 @@ oct dec hex entity oct dec hex
222 146 92 <AE/ AElig 306 198 c6 \AE AE ligature AE
223 147 93 <ocir/ ocirc 364 244 f4 \^o o o circumflex
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
231 153 99 <Oum/ Ouml O O umlaut
232 154 9a <Uum/ Uuml 334 220 dc \"U U U umlaut (diaeresis)
@@ -234,7 +235,7 @@ oct dec hex entity oct dec hex
240 160 a0 <aacute/ aacute 341 225 e1 \'a a a acute
241 161 a1 <iacute/ iacute 355 237 ed \'i i i acute
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
245 165 a5 <Ntil/ Ntilde NY N tilde
246 166 a6 <frac23/ $\frac{2}{3}$ 2/3 two-thirds
@@ -256,19 +257,19 @@ oct dec hex entity oct dec hex
264 180 b4 * $\updownarrow$ * verticle arrow
265 181 b5 <hand/ * pointing hand
(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 *
272 186 ba * $\parallel$ || verticle double bar (l)
273 187 bb *
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
300 192 c0 <nsm/ ng "n sub-macron"
301 193 c1 <sharp/ sharp $\sharp$ # musical sharp
@@ -334,10 +335,10 @@ oct dec hex entity oct dec hex
362 242 f2 *
363 243 f3 *
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
372 250 fa * 267 183 b7 $\cdot$ * light middle dot
373 251 fb <root/ radic $\surd$ * root sign

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