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DAMASCUS STEEL, VI. 793.

DANBY, Earl of, minister of Charles II., DANILOVGRAD, town, Montenegro, XVI. DAMASCUS WARE, XIX. 620.

VIII. 349.

781. DAMASK, cloth, VI. 792; XXIV. 464; Francis, English painter, VI. 797. DANISH DRAMA, VII. 444. Persian, XXIII. 208, 210; manufacture DANCE, VI. 798.

DANISH LANGUAGE, VII. 89; XXI. 373; of, at Dunfermline, Scotland, vii. 542. George (d. 1768), English architect, dictionaries of, vii. 186. DAMASKEENING, or Damascening (q.v.), VI. 801.

DANISH LEATHER, XIV. 389.

, George (d. 1825), English architect DANISH LITERATURE, VII. 89. DAMASK STEEL, VI. 793.

and painter, vi. 801.

DANISHMAND, Seljuk dynasty, xxi. 636. DAMASUS I., pope, vi. 793 ; XIII. 630; Nathaniel, English painter, vi. 801. DANKOFF, town, Russia, xxi. 116. XIX. 490.

OF DEATH, V. 104; XII. 55. DANNECKER, Johann Heinrich von, II., pope, vi. 793.

DANCING, as branch of education, vi. German sculptor, vi. 809. DAMAUN, town, India, vi. 793.

801.

DANNEWERK, entrenchments, Schleswig, DAMAVAND, mountain, Persia, xv. 651; MASTER, English ballad collection, VII. 89; XXI. 414. XVIII. 619.

XVII. 88.

DANSE MACABRE, V. 104. D’AMBOISE, George, French cardinal, DANCOURT, Florent Carton, French DANTE (Dante Alighieri), Italian poet, dramatist, vi. 802.

VI. 809; XIII. 502; his influence on DAMBONITE, volatile body in caoutchouc, | DANDELION, plant, VI. 802; XXIII. 61. the Renaissance, XX. 384; Cary's XII. 840.

DANDHU PANTH (Nana Sahib), XII. 810; translation of the Divina Commedia, DAMBOVITZA, river, Roumania, XXI. XVII. 170, 345.

V. 170. 14.

DANDOLO, patrician family of Venice, DANTON, George Jacques, French ReDAMDAMA (Dumdum), town, India, vii. VI. 802.

volutionist, VI. 815; IX. 602, 603; xx. 525; XXIII. 673.

Andrea, Venetian admiral, vi. 803; 603. DAMI, Giuliano, Florentine courtier, xv. XIX. 406.

DANTONISTS,

French Revolutionary 793.

Enrico, doge of Venice, vi. 802; party, ix. 606. DAMIAT(Damietta), town, Egypt, VI. 794. XXIV. 143; his relations with the DANTZIC, or Danzig, town, Germany, vi. DAMIENS, Robert François, assailant of crusaders, VI. 629.

818; xx. 16; siege of (1807), IX. 459. Louis XV. of France, VI. 794.

Vincenzo, Count, Italian scientist, DEAL, timber, IX. 223. DAMIETTA, town, Egypt, vi. 794; VII. vi. 803.

DANUBE, river, Europe, Vi. 819; II. 768; siege of (1219), XXIII. 162. DANEGELD, English land tax, VIII. 294, 116; XII. 362; XXI. 14; delta of, xx. DAMIRI, Arabian naturalist, VI. 794; 567.

580; mouths of, ill. 795. XVI. 597 DANELAGE, district, England, XIV. 656. DANUM (Doncaster), ancient

town, DAMIRON, Jean Philibert, French philo- DANES, The, VII. 84; their invasions of England, vii. 361. sophical writer, VI. 795.

England, 1. 506; VIII. 283, 568; XVII. DANVERS, town, Massachusetts, U.S.A., DAMMAR, or Dammer, resin, vi. 795. 570; invasions of Ireland, XIII. 252; in VI. 820. DAMME, Thomas, Longevity of, xiv. Lincolnshire, xiv. 656; their influ- DANVILLE, town, Illinois, U.S.A., VI. 858.

ence on English literature, VIII. 404. 820. DAMNUM ABSQUE INJURIA, in law, VI. DANEWERK, or Dannewerk, entrench town, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., VI. 789.

ments, Schleswig, VII. 89; XXI. 414. 820. DAMOCLES, courtier of Dionysius, Vi. DANEWORT, or dwarf elder tree, VII. town, Virginia, U.S.A., XXIV. 259. 795.

828.

D'ANVILLE, Jean Baptiste, French geoDAMODAR, coal and ironstone fields, DANICHICH, Dyuro, Servian philologist, grapher, vi. 820; his map of India, X. India, XII. 737 XXI. 691.

188. DAMON, friend of Pythias, VI. 795. DANIEL, of Scripture, vi. 803.

DANZIG (Dantzic, q.v.), town, Germany, DAMPIER, William, English navigator, Apocalypse of, 11. 180.

VI. 818; IX. 459; XX. 16. VI. 795; his discoveries in Australasia, Book of, vi. 803; 111. 640.

DAPHNAIDA, Spenser's poem, XXII. 395.

of Salah, Syriac writer, XXII. 841. DAPHNE, in Greek mythology, VI. 821; DAMPNESS, Measure of, XII. 569.

of Tahal, Syriac writer, XXII. 849. grove of, 11. 131. DAMSON, variety of plum, XIX. 230.

Arnaud, troubadour, xx. 649.

genus of plants, XIV. 349. DAN, town, Judæa, vl. 796.

Gabriel, French Jesuit historian, AND APOLLO, Max Müller's theory Tribe of, XIII. 401. VI. 807.

of, XVII. 138. DANA, river, Africa, I. 255.

Samuel, English poet, VI. 807; DAPHNEPHORIA, Greek festival, vi. 821. , family of eminent Americans, Vi. XVIII. 346.

DAPHNIS AND CHLOE, Longus's Greek 796.

BAR KHATTAB, Syriac writer, XXII. romance, XIV. 868; XX. 635. James Dwight, on amber in 855.

DARABJIRD, or Darab-Gherd, town, America, 1. 659; on the Atlantic basin, BAR MOSES, Syriac writer, XXII. Persia, vi. 821. III. 16.

841.

D'ARANDA, Count, Spanish minister, Richard Henry, American author, - NEVSKI, prince of Moscow, XXI. 11. 308; XXII. 341. VI. 796; I. 723.

90.

D'ARANTHON, Bishop, his relations with DANAE, mother of Perseus, VI.797; XVIII. DANIELE DA VOLTERRA (Ricciarelli), Madame Guyon, XI. 342. 560.

Italian painter and sculptor, XX. 537. DARASUN, spa, East Siberia, XXIII. 510. DANALITE, mineral, xvi. 411.

DANIELL, John Frederick, English DARAZI, Ismael, leader of the Druses, DANAPRIS (Dnieper), river, Russia, VII. chemist, vi. 808; his electric cell, viii. VII. 484. 306; XXI. 73. 93; his hygrometer, XII. 570; his DAR-BANDA, group

of Negroes, XVII. 319. DANAUS, in Greek legend, vi. 797. pyrometer, XX. 133.

DARBHANGAH, district, India, XVII. DANBURITE, mineral, xvi. 411.

Samuel, Thomas, and William, 114; XXIII. 407. DANBURY, town, Connecticut, U.S.A., English painters, VI. 808.

D'ARBLAY, Madame (Frances Burney), DANILOFF, town, Russia, XXIV. 731. English novelist, VI. 821.

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DARBOY, Georges, archbishop of Paris, | DARO, mountain, Senegambia, XXI. | DASYU, Punjab tribe, India, XX. 110. VI. 822.

661.

DASYURIDÆ, family of marsupial mamDARBY, J. N., founder of community of DARODE, Somali tribes, Central Africa, mals, xv. 379, 380. Plymouth Brethren, XIX. 238.

XXII. 256.

DATAMES, satrap of Cappadocia, xvIII. D'ARC, Jeanne (Joan of Arc), Maid of DAROSHA PHARSAYA, Syriac writer, 579. Orleans, XIII. 695; IX. 550.

XXII. 832.

DATE, fruit, VI. 831. DARCHIENDO, town, Tibet, XXIII. 342. D'ARREST'S COMET, VI. 192.

PALM, VI. 831; I. 258; XVIII. 190; DARCY WATER GAUGE, XII. 508. DART (Dace, q.v.), fish, vi. 758.

of Arabia, II. 237; of Fezzan, Tunis, DARDANELLES, Strait of, vi. 823; III. DARTER, bird, xxII. 188. 797; XI. 636.

DARTFORD, town, England, vi. 829. DATES, of principal events from earliest DARDANIA (Dacia), ancient district, DARTMOOR, Devonshire, England, vil. times to 1875, V. 720–754. Europe, VI. 758.

139.

DATHOLITE, mineral, xvi. 409. DARDANUS, in Greek mythology, VI. DARTMOUTH, town, England, vi. 829. DATUM LEVELS, Tidal, XXIII. 369. 823; XXIII. 583.

COLLEGE CASE (1818), XXIV. 471. DATURA STRAMONIUM, poisonous DARDS, people, India and Tibet, X. 598; COLLEGE OBSERVATORY, New plant, XVII. 231. XIV. 198; dictionaries of their language, Hampshire, U.S.A., XVII. 715. DAUBENTON, Louis Jean Marie, French VII. 191. Darts, Ancient, II. 555.

naturalist, VI. 832; on birds, xvIII. 6; DARE (Dace, q.v.), fish, vi. 758.

DARU, Pierre Antoine, Comte de, French his connexion with Buffon's natural DARENT, river, England, xiv. 37.

writer and statesman, vi. 829.

history, iv. 444. DARES of Phrygia, on the legends of DARWAZ, state, Central Asia, XVIII. 104. DAUBENY, Charles Giles Bridle, English

Troy, vi. 823; XIII. 499; XX. 637. DARWEN, Over, town, England, xvii. man of science, Vi. 832. DARFELD, Westphalia, Abbey of, XXIII.

77.

D'AUBIGNÉ, Françoise, Madame de 524.

Darwin, Charles, his doctrine of organic Maintenon, xv. 304; 1X. 578; XXI. DARFUR, country, Central Africa, Vi. evolution, vill. 764, 769; XXIV. 801; 378. 823; I. 271; XXII. 278.

on adaptation of animals, l. 86; on Jean Henri Merle, historian of the DAR-GE, district, Tibet, XXIII. 342. birds, xviii. 32; on the descent of Reformation, vi. 833. DARGINIANS, Caucasian tribe, XIV. 475. man, II. 110; on the expression of Théodore Agrippa, French hisDARGLE, glen, Wicklow, Ireland, xxiv. emotions, xix.5; geological researches torian and poet, vi. 833; 1x. 651. 557.

in the Argentine Republic, 11. 488; on D'AUBUSSON, Pierre, grand-master of DARIC, ancient Persian coin, xvII. 659. hybridism, XII. 423; on morphology, Knights of St John, vi. 834; his DARIEL, Pass of, Caucasus, V. 255. xvi. 840; on the origin of species, defence of Rhodes (1480), XXI. 174. DARIEN, isthmus and district, South III. 689 ; his work, The Origin of DAUDIN, F. M., on reptiles, XX. 434.

America, vi. 824; crossed by Balbao, Species, vill. 749, 764; XXIV. 77, 81; DAUGLISH APPARATUS, for
III. 274; proposed canal at, iv. 793; on the curvature of rootlets of plants, facture of aerated bread, III. 255.
Scottish settlement of, xxi. 518.

XIX. 6o.

DAULIAS LUSCINIA, species of birds, SCHEME, Paterson's, XVIII. 360.

Erasmus, English poet and XVII. 499. DARINGAMBADI, town, India, XXI. 210. scientist, vi. 830; xv. 816; on evolu- DAUMAT, Jean, French jurisconsult, vii. DARIORIGUM (Vannes), ancient town, tion, vill. 748.

346. France, xxiv. 68.

Mount, Tierra del Fuego, xxIII. Daun, Count von, Austrian general, vi. DARIUS I., king of Persia, Vi. 825; XVIII. 384.

834; III. 128. 568; XI. 98; in Egypt, VII. 744; tomb Port, town, South Australia, XXII. DAUNIANS, ancient Italian tribe, XIII. of, xvIII. 558. 284.

446. II., Ochus or Nothus, of Persia, Vi. DARWINISM, VIII. 769; in relation to DAUPHIN, French title, ix. 546; XIX. 826; XVIII. 575. socialism, XXII. 219.

738. III., Codomannus, of Persia, xvIII. DARWINITE, mineral, xvi. 393. DAUPHINÉ, old province, France, vi. 581; defeat of, by Alexander, l. 481; DASA, tribe, North Central Africa, XXIII. XV. 140. 334.

- ALPS, 1. 624. DARJILING, or Darjeeling, district and DASE, Zacharias, German logarithmist, DAURAT, Jean, French poet, vi. 835; town, India, vi. 827; its trade with XIV. 777

XX. 84. Tibet, XXIII. 343.

DASHKOFF, Catherina R. W., Russian DAURIANS, Tungus tribe, Siberia, XXIII. DARLEY ARABIAN, progenitor of race princess, vi. 830; V. 233.

608. horses, XII. 183, 184.

DASHOUR, Egypt, Pyramids of, 11. 386; D'AUVERGNE, Henri de la Tour DARLING, river, Australia, XVII. 62;

VII. 773; XX. 124.

(Turenne), French marshal, xxIII. 626; XVII. 408.

DASH-WHEEL, bleaching apparatus, III. MOUNTAINS, Western Australia, 813.

DAUW, Burchell's zebra, XII. 175. XXIV. 507.

Dass, Petter or Peder, Norwegian poet, DAVAO, town, Philippine Islands, XVIII. DARLINGTON, town, England, vi. 828. VI. 831; XVII. 589.

750. DARLINGTONIA, genus of insectivorous DASSEE SILKWORM, XXII. 60.

DAVENANT, Charles, on the balance of plants, XIII. 138.

DASSERAH, Hindu festival, xv. 290. trade, XIX. 357 DARMSTADT, town, Germany, VI. 828; | DASYPELTIS, genus of snakes, xxII. Sir William, English poet and libraries of, xiv. 527, 546. 194.

dramatist, vi. 835; VII. 434. Hesse-, grand-duchy, Germany, XI. DASYPODIDÆ, family of Edentata, xv. DAVENPORT, town, Iowa, U.S.A., VI. 780. 386.

836. DARNÉTAL, town, France, Vi. 829. DASYPROCTIDÆ, family of Rodentia, Horace, English amateur champion DARNLEY, Lord, husband of Mary, queen

XV. 420.

swimmer, XXII. 771. of Scots, xv. 595; XXI. 504; murder DASYPUS, genus of edentate mammals, John, founder of New Haven, of, iv. 164. XV. 387.

Conn., U.S.A., XVII. 395.

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DAVENTRY, town, England, xvil. 556. DAVY LAMP, for mining, vi. 72. DEAL, town, England, vii. 13; XIV. DAVEY'S SAFETY MOTOR, XXII. 516. Daw, bird, XIII. 532.

39. DAVID, king of Israel, Vi. 836; XIII. DAWES, W. R., his observatory, England, DEAN, ecclesiastical dignitary, vii. 13; 404; XXI. 253. XVII. 711.

V. 228. City of (Jerusalem), XIII. 639. DAWLEY, town, England, xxi. 848. DEANE, Sir Anthony, English ship

Psalms of, xx. 32; III. 638; VI. DAWLISH, town, England, vi. 848. builder, XVII. 283. 841.

DAWN, morning twilight, XXIII. 674. DEAN'S ISLANDS, South Pacific, xxIII. St, patron saint of Wales, Vi. 842. DAWSON, William, on the use of lime 602. I., king of Scotland, xxi. 482. as manure, I. 350.

DEARBORN OBSERVATORY, Chicago, II., of Scotland, vill. 319; XXI. SALMON, fish, xii. 686.

U.S.A., XVII. 715. 489.

DAX, town, France, Vi. 848; mineral | DEARG, Loughs, Ireland, XIII. 217. Jewish pretender, XX. 269. water of, xvi. 433.

DEATH, Causes of, xvii. 686; of Enteroof Beth Rabban, Syriac writer, | DAY, in the calendar, iv. 664; sidereal, zoa as compared with Protozoa, XIX. XXII. 844.

II. 765; solar, II. 771; IV. 664; pro 837; ceremonies connected with, ix. of Dinant, French scholastic philo

posal of

a universal, XXIII. 392, 824; XXIII. 470; myths of, xvII. 158; sopher, vi. 844; XXI. 426. 394.

Sisyphus myth, XXII. 102.
Christian, leader of Moravian Alfred, English writer on harmony, ADDER, XXII. 198.
Brethren, xvi. 812.
XVII. 100.

DUTIES, XXIII. 88. Félicien César, French musical -, Benjamin Franklin, American DEATH-RATE, Average, in different composer, VI. 842. journalist, XVII. 434.

countries, XIX. 517. Francis, Transylvanian bishop, Francis, founder of Madras city, DEATHS, Registration of, XX. 343. XXII. 230; XXIII. 725. XV. 189.

by suicide, XXII. 629. Jacques Louis, French painter, VI. John, English dramatist, VI. 848. DEAUVILLE, town, France, XXIII. 589. 842.

Thomas, English tale writer, vii. DEBASEMENT OF COINAGE, XVI. 726; Jean Pierre (David d'Angers), 655.

XVII. 653. French sculptor, vi. 843; XXI. 564.

Book, in book-keeping, IV. 46. DE BEAUMARCHAIS, Pierre A. C., BAR PAUL, Syriac writer, XXII. OF THE FOSSE, massacre (807), French dramatist, III. 467. 852.

Toledo, Spain, XXII. 310.

DEBEN, river, Suffolk, England, xxII. COPPERFIELD, Dickens's novel, OF THE SPURS, battle at Courtrai, 621. VII. 177

Flanders (1302), vi. 521; IX. 544. DE BENNEVILLE, George, American HA-COHEN, Spanish rabbi, vi. 843. DAYS, of the week, II. 740; iv. 664; Universalist, XXIII. 831. DAVIDISTS, Christian sects, vi. 844.

XXI. 125.

DEBENTURE, VII. 15. DAVIE, James, inventor of ballot DAYTON, town, Ohio, U.S.A., VI. 848; DE BLAINVILLE, H. M. D., on birds, machine, III. 291. XVII. 737.

XVIII. 20. DAVIES, Edward, on Neo-Druidism, v. DAZA (Maximinus), Roman emperor, xv. DÉBONNAIRE, Le, Louis (Louis the 318. 645.

Pious, q.v.), emperor, xv. 15. Griffith, on annuities, 11. 81. D'AzEGLIO, Massimo, Italian writer and DEB RAJA, ruler of Bhutan, India, iii. Howell, Welsh preacher, XVI. 193. statesman, III. 167; XIII. 487, 489. 632.

Sir John, English poet and states- DEACON, Office of, in the church, vii. 1; DEBRA TABOR, town, Abyssinia, I. man, vi. 844; XIII. 265.

in primitive church, VIII. 484; xix. 64. John, of Hereford, English poet, 674; in Presbyterian churches, xix. DEBRECZYN, or Debretzn, town, Hunvi. 844. 677.

gary, VII. 15; university of, xxIII. DAVILA, Gil Gonzalez, explorer, Nica- | DEACONESS, VII. I.

852. ragua, XVII. 479.

DEACONESSES' HOMES, at Kaiserswerth, DE BROSSES, Charles, on mythology, Henrico Caterino, Italian historian, Germany, IX. 307.

XVII. 137 VI. 844.

DEAD, Resurrection of the, vill. 535. DEBT, Law of, vii. 15. See also BankDA VINCI, Leonardo, Italian painter, DEAD-HOUSES, V. 331.

ruptcy, ill. 341. author, and man of science, XIV. 455; | DEA DIA, Roman goddess, 11. 671.

National, xvii. 243. XXI. 435; his influence on Raphael, DEADLY NIGHTSHADE, plant, III. 543. DEBTOR AND CREDITOR, XVIII. 440; XX. 275; on binocular vision, XXII. DEADLY SINS, The seven, VIII. 592.

in Roman law, XX. 685. 537

DEAD MARCH IN SAUL, Handel's, XI. DEBTS, Attachment of, 111. 51. DAVINE, mineral, xvi. 412. 435.

Preferred, XIX. 764. DAVIS, Andrew Jackson, American DEAD-RECKONING, in navigation, xvii. DECALOGUE, VII. 15; XIII. 399. spiritualist, XXII. 405.

264.

DECAMERON, Boccaccio's work, 111. 845; Edward, buccaneer, IV. 410. DEAD SEA, Palestine, VII. I; XIV. 217; Jefferson, president, Confederate XVIII. 171, 173.

DECAMPS, Alexander Gabriel, French States, North America, XXIII. 773. DEADWOOD, mining settlement, Wyo painter, vil. 17. -John, English navigator, Vi. 845; ming, U.S.A., XXIII. 797.

DE CANDOLLE, Augustin Pyramus, X. 184; XVII. 254; his Arctic explor- | DEAF AND DUMB, or Deaf-Mutes, VII. 3; Swiss botanist, vii. 18; his classificaations, XIX. 317.

schools for, 11. 722; Amman's method tion of plants, iv. 80; XVI. 838. STRAIT WHALE FISHERY, XXIV. of training, 1. 739; Abbé de l'Épée's, DECANUS, French and Lombard magi527. labours on behalf of, viii. 457.

strate, VII. 14; XV. 217. Davos, district, Switzerland, XI. 205. DEAF AND DUMB MAN'S TUTOR, by DECAPODA, suborder of Mollusca, xvi. DAVY, Sir Humphrey, English man of Dalgarno, vl. 776.

669. science, vi. 845; on electro-chemical | DEAFNESS, VII. 594.

DECAPOLIS, district, Palestine, vii. 18; science, V. 466; Gay-Lussac's relations Deák, Franz, Hungarian statesman, VII. XVIII. 177. with, X. 122.

12; XII. 374.

DECARBONIZATION, of iron, XIII. 318.

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DECATUR, town, Illinois, U.S.A., VII. DECURIO, Roman cavalry officer, VII. 22. DEI FILIUS, constitution passed by 18. DEDAN, of Scripture, XXIV. 738.

Vatican council, xxiv. 112. Stephen, American naval officer, DEDUCTION, in logic, l. 797; XIV. 785, DEIFR (Deira, q.v.), Celtic kingdom, XXIII. 760. 790.

England, XVII. 568. DE CAUS, Solomon, inventor of a steam- | DEE, river, England and Wales, V. 589; DEIOCES, Median king, XVIII. 562. engine, XXII. 473.

VII. 76; XVI. 38.

DEIPNOSOPHISTÆ, Athenæus's work, II. DECAY, Animal, xvII. 686; xix. 9.

rivers, Scotland, 1. 44; XIV. 97. 831. DECAZES, Duke, favourite minister of John, English mathematician and DEIRA, Celtic kingdom, England, v. Louis XVIII., IX. 619. astrologer, VII. 22.

301; VIII. 270; XVII. 568. DECCAN, territory, India, VII. 18; XII. DEED, in law, VII. 23.

DEIR-EL-KAMAR, town of the Druses, 733; birds of, 111. 763; its connexion DEEDS, Registration of, xx. 342.

VII. 483. with Berar, III. 583.

DEEMLA (Dimlah), town, India, XX. DIERMEN TEPE, hill, near Smyrna, DECEBALUS, Dacian prince, XXIII. 503. 272.

Asia Minor, XXII. 186. DECEMBER, month, VII. 19.

DEEMSTER, judge, Isle of Man, XV. 452. DEISM, VII. 33; XXIII. 244; Lord DECEMVIRI, Roman magistrates, VII. DEEPING FEN, England, Draining of, Herbert's, XI. 722; Shaftesbury's, 19; XX. 737. I. 405.

XXI. 734; Tindal's, XXIII.

404; DECEPTION ISLAND, Antarctic Ocean, DEEP-SEA THERMOMETER, XXIII. 291. Chubb's writings on, V. 757. XVII. 407

DEER, ungulate mammal, vii. 23; XV. Deists, English, their writings, VIII. DE CHARPENTIER, Jean, on glaciers, X. 431, 432; of India, XII. 742.

427; Bishop Butler's opposition to, 628.

FORESTS, Scotland, XXI. 532. iv. 583.
DECHENITE, mineral, XVI. 404.
DEFÆCATION, XVII. 670.

SHORT AND EASY METHOD WITH DECIATES, Ligurian tribe, xiv. 639. DEFAMATION, in law, VII. 25; XIV. 505. THE, Leslie's work, XIV. 476. DECIMAL COINAGE, VII. 20; XVI. 732.

DEFENDER OF THE FAITH, VII. 25. DEITY, Idea of the, xxIII. 235. See DECIMAL FRACTIONS, in arithmetic, DEFFAND, Marquise du, leader in also God. II. 531 ;

methods of marking, by French literary society, VII. 25. DE JUSSIEU, French family of botanists, Napier, XVII. 185; Stevinus's use of, | DEFILADING, in fortification, ix. 425. XIII. 788. II. 526; XXII. 546.

DEFINITION, in logic, xiv. 785, 790; DEKABRISTS, Rebellion of, in Russia, Decius, Roman emperor, xx. 773, 776. Socratic use of, XXII. 236.

Mus, Publius, Roman consul, xvII. DEFLORATION, in medical jurispru- DEKEN, Aagjen, Dutch writer, XII. 96. 64.

dence, xv. 780.

DEKKER, Jeremias de, Dutch poet, VII. DECIZE, town, France, xvII. 496. DEFOE, Daniel, English writer, VII. 26; 37. DECK, of ship, XXI. 820. his connexion with newspapers, XVII.

Thomas, English dramatist, vii. DECKEN, Baron von der, African ex 415; pamphlets of, xviii. 205; his 37, 432. plorer, I. 247.

place in English literature, VIII. 425, DE LA BADIE, Jean, French Pietist, XIV. DECKENDORF, or Deggendorf, town, 428; projector of savings banks, XXI. 163. Bavaria, VII. 32.

327.

DE LA BASTIE, Sieur, French DECLAMATIONS, Scholastic, XX. 515. DEFORMITIES, Surgical treatment of, Scotland, XXI. 497. DECLARATION, in law, VII. 21; XIX. XXII. 691.

DE LA BECHE, Henry Thomas, English 218. DEGAID, Irish clan, XIII. 245.

geologist, VII. 38. OF INDEPENDENCE, American, | DE GEER, Charles, Swedish entomo- | DE LA CONDAMINE, Charles Marie, XIII. 614; XXIII. 743, 754; XVIII. 741.

French savant, X. 189; XIV. 193; OF PARIS (1856), VII. 21; XVII. DE GÉRANDO, Marie Joseph, French measuring arc of meridian, VII. 598. 290.

metaphysician, VII. 31.

DELACROIX, Ferdinand Victor Eugène, OF RIGHTS, English (1689), xx. DEGGENDORF, town, Bavaria, VII. 32. French painter, VII. 39. 555; accepted by William III., XXIV. | DEGH, river, India, XXI. 850.

DE LA GARDIE, Count, Swedish general 579.

D'ÉGLANTINE, P. F. N. Fabre, French and chancellor, XXII. 748. OF SPORTS, of James I., XXII. 431. dramatist and Revolutionist, VIII. 840. DELAGOA BAY, South-East Africa, VII. DECLARATOR, in Scots law, VII. 22. DEGLUTITION, Process of, 1. 838; XVII. 40. DECLINATION, in astronomy, II. 765. 670.

DE LA LIVE D'ÉPINAY, Madame, French or Variation, Magnetic, XV. 220, DEGRADATION, from knighthood, xiv. authoress, VIII. 482. 238; XVI. 163; table of values of, xvi. 125.

DELAMBRE, Jean Baptiste Joseph, 166.

DEGREE, angular magnitude, XXIII. 9, French mathematician and astronomer, DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN 563; of the meridian, length of, X. VII. 40; 11. 758; his logarithmic tables, EMPIRE, Gibbon's work, X. 578. 198.

XXIII. 10; his formulæ in spherical DECLINOGRAPH, astronomical instru- DEGREES, Academical, viii. 777; origin trigonometry, XXIII. 566. ment, XVI. 256.

of, xxIII. 835; Scottish, xxII. 855. DELANE, John Thaddeus, English DECLINOMETER, Bond's, astronomical DE-GUE, district, Tibet, XXIII. 342. journalist, XVII. 418. instrument, XVI. 255; magnetic, xvi. DE HEEM, Johannes, Dutch painter, XI. DE LANGLE, P. A. M. Fleuriot, French 611.

navigator, XIV. 298. DECORATION, Mural, XVII. 34.

DE HERBERAY, Nicolas, French trans DE LANNOY, Baroness, Dutch poetess, DECREE, in law, vii. 22; Roman, XIII. lator of Amadis, XX. 654.

XII. 96. 132; imperial Roman, xx. 705. DEHLI (Delhi, q.v.), India, VII. 45. DE LA RIVE, Auguste, Swiss physicist, DECREET, in law, VII. 22.

DEHRA, town, India, VII. 33. DECRETALS, in canon law, VII. 22; V. Dun, district, India, vii. 32. DELAROCHE, Hippolyte, French painter, 16, 17, 19; xix. 491 ; the false, | DEHRI SHAHAN, village, Punjab, India,

VII. 41. (c. 850), v. 17; XVII. 483; XIX. 496. XX. 298.

DELARUE, Gervais, French historian, DECRETUM, Papal, of Gratian, XIX. 499. | DEIFICATION, II. 199.

envoy in

logist, XXIV. 806.

159, 162.

VII. 41.

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DE LA RUE, W., on sun spots, 11. 786; DELLA VALLE, Pietro, Italian traveller, (Thesmophoria), XXIII. 295; mysteries his observatory, at Cranford, England, XXIV. 43.

of, viii. 126. XVII. 711.

DELLMAN'S ELECTROMETER, VIII. 119. DEMETRIA, Greek festival, vii. 57. DELAUNAY, Charles, on the lunar DEL MONTE, Gian Maria (Pope Julius DEMETRIAS, ancient town, Thessaly, theory, xvi. 801. III.), XIII. 772.

Greece, XXIII. 299; XXIV. 282. Charles, assumed name of Madame DELOLME, Jean Louis, Swiss jurist, VII. DEMETRIUS, Bactrian king, xvIII. 590. Girardin, French writer, X. 621. 51.

I., Poliorcetes, king of Macedonia, Marguerite Jeanne Cordier, Baronne DE LONG, Lieut., Arctic explorer, Xix. de Staal, XXII. 439. 326.

11., of Macedonia, VII. 58. DELAVIGNE, Jean François Casimir, Delos, island, Greece, VII. 51; 11. 185; I., Soter, king of Persia and Syria,

French poet and dramatist, vii. 43, amphictyony of, I. 773; XI. 100; VII. 58; XIII. 422; XVIII. 590.
427; IX. 672.
worship of Latona in, XIV. 345.

II., Nicator, of Persia and Syria,
DELAWARE, river, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., DE LOUTHERBOURG, Philip James, VII. 58; XIII. 423; XVIII. 591.
VII. 44; XVIII. 500, 736.
painter, vil. 52.

III., Euergetes, of Syria, VII. 58; State, U.S.A., VII. 44; population, DELPHI, town, Greece, VII. 52; 11. 185;

XVIII. 595. XXIII. 802; colony of, XXIII. 730. amphictyony of, 1. 772; oracle and bishop of Alexandria, his relations town, Ohio, U.S.A., VII. 45.

temple at, XVII. 808; VII. 53; XI. 98; with Origen, XVII. 840. DELAWARES, American-Indian tribe,

Greek Cynic philosopher, VII. 58. XII. 831.

Mount, Eubea, Greece, VIII. 647. (Dmitri, q.v.), Russian pretender, DE LA WARR, Peter, speaker of House DELPHINAPTERUS, genus of cetacean XXI. 108. of Commons, XVIII. 306. mammals, XV. 398; XXIV. 525.

of Scepsis, ancient writer on the DEL CHIARO, on Walachia, XXI. 17. DELPHIN EDITIONS, of the classics, III. Trojans, XXIII. 581. DEL CIMENTO, Florentine academy, I. 657

PHALEREUS, Greek Peripatetic 70; XV. 793.

DELPHINIA, Greek festival, vii. 53. philosopher, VII. 58. DELCOURT, Dupuis, aeronaut, 1. 193. DELPHINIDÆ, family of Cetacea, xv. DEMIDOFF, Russian noble family, VII. DEL CREDERE AGENT, in commerce,

398.

59. DELPHINIUM, Greek harbour, xvIII. DEMIDOWITE, mineral, xvi. 411. DE L'ÉPÉE, Abbé, viii. 457; his labours 50.

DEMISE, in law, XIV. 273. on behalf of deaf-mutes, VII. 7.

plant, XII. 255.

DEMIURGE, in Gnosticism, x. 704; DELESSITE, mineral, x. 228; XVI. 414. DEL Rio, Ercole, Italian chessplayer, v. Marcion's doctrine of the, xv. 534. DELFICO, Melchiorre, Italian jurist, vii. 601.

DEMMIN, town, Prussia, VII. 59. 45.

DELRIO, Martin, on demoniacal posses- DEMOCRACY, Government by, XI. II; DELFT, town, Holland, vii. 45.

sion, vii. 62.

in France (1789), ix. 597; in relation WARE, XIX. 631.

Delta, at mouth of a river, X. 278, 319; to socialism, XXII. 221. DELHI, district, India, vii. 45; XX. 109. XX. 580; formation of, XII. 504; of DEMOCRATIC PARTY, United States, or Dehli, town, India, VII. 46; the Nile, VII. 768.

XXIII. 755, 764, 771. siege of (1857), XII. 810; school of territory, Venezuela, XXIV. 140. DEMOCRITUS, Greek philosopher, VII. poets at, XI. 848.

assumed name of David Macbeth 59. DELI, district, Sumatra, XXII. 639. Moir, Scottish poet, xvI. 608.

Christianus, assumed name of J. C. island, Java, XIII. 600.

DELUC, Jean André, Swiss geologist, Dippel, German theologian and al5, town, Timor, Indian Archipelago, VII. 53; XXII. 799.

chemist, vil. 255. XXIII. 398.

DELUGE, in primitive cosmogonies, VII. DEMOGRAPHY, or Statistics, XXII. 463. DELIA, Greek festival, vii. 49.

54; XVII. 143.

DEMOIVRE, Abraham, mathematician, Tibullus's love, XXIII. 349. DELUSION, in insanity, XIII. 105.

VII. 60; his law of mortality, II. 76; DELICT, in law, XXIII. 454. DEMADES, Greek orator, vii. 57.

on probability, XIX. 769. DELILLE, Jacques, French poet, VII. 49; | DEMAGNETIZATION, XV. 254.

DEMOIVRE'S THEOREM, in analytical IX. 665.

DE MAILLET, Benoît, his evolutionist trigonometry, XXIII. 568. DELINEATION, in drawing, VII. 447. views, VIII. 748.

DEMON, VII. 60. See Dæmon. DELIRIUM, mental disorder, vii. 50; DE MAISTRE, Joseph, French dip- DEMONESI, or Demonnesi, islands, Sea XIII. 106.

lomatist and polemical writer, xv. of Marmora, XIX. 742. TREMENS, VII. 50. 306.

DEMONIACAL POSSESSION, Theories of. DELISLE, Guillaume, his map of the DE MAISTRE, Xavier, French writer, II. 56; VII. 61. Old World, X. 188.

XV. 307; IX. 672.

DEMONOLOGY, VII. 60; XV. 199. Joseph Nicolas, on astronomy, II. DEMAK, town, Java, XIII. 606.

DE MONTCORBIER (F. Villon), French 757; his thermometer, XXIII. 289. DEMAND AND SUPPLY, in economics, poet, XXIV. 232. Romé, on crystals, VI. 672. XXIV. 47.

DE MONTE, G. B. (Montanus), Italian DELITZSCH, town, Prussia, vii. 51. DEMATOPHORA NECATRIX, vine fungus, physician, xv. 809. DELLA CHIAJE, Italian naturalist, XXIV. 240.

DE MONTS, French settler, Maine, XXIV. 806.

DEMBINSKI, Henry, Hungarian general, U.S.A., XV. 300. DELLA PORTA, Giacomo, Italian archi

XII. 372.

DE MORGAN, Augustus, English mathetect, Il. 439.

DEMBOWSKI, Baron, his observatory matician and logician, vii. 64.
DELLA PORTA,
Giovanni Battista, at Gallarate, Italy, xvII. 714.

DEMOS, Athenian, compared with Roman Italian natural philosopher, XIX. 525; DEMENTIA, mental disease, XIII. 107. plebs, XVII. 526. his steam-engine, xxII. 473; his con DEMERARA, county, British Guiana, XI. DEMOSPONGIÆ, subclass of sponges, nexion with the telescope, XXIII. 135. 249; river, XI. 250.

XXII. 421, 425. DELLA ROBBIA, Florentine family of DEMETER, Greek goddess (the Roman

DEMETER, Greek goddess (the Roman DEMOSTHENES, Athenian general in artists, XX. 588.

Ceres), v. 345; XVII. 127; festival of Syracusan war, XXII. 815.

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