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DEMOSTHENES, Greek orator, vii. 67; 532, 549; literature, VII. 89; national | DEPÔTS, Military, XXIV. 353.

XI. 103, 142 ; his ridicule of Alex debt, XVII. 246; newspapers, XVII. 430; Railway, XX. 234. ander, l. 481; his connexion with observatories, XVII. 714; oyster culture, DEPRÈS, Josquin, Flemish musical comIsæus, XIII. 376.

XVIII. 108; periodical literature, XVIII. poser, VII. 101; XVII. 83; XVIII. 180. DEMOTICA, town, European Turkey, vii. 543; prison system, XIX. 759; railways, DEPRESSION, in insanity, XIII. 105. 74.

XX. 251; Reformation in, xx. 336; DEPTFORD, town, England, VII. 101; DEMOTIC WRITING, in Egypt, XI. 794. weights and measures, XXIV. 490. dockyard, vii. 310; Trinity House at, DEMPO, mountain, Sumatra, xxII. 638. DENNEWITZ, Prussia, Battle of (1813),

XXIII. 574. DEMPSTER, Thomas, Scottish scholar, XVII. 220.

DEPULSOR, epithet of Jupiter, XIII. 780. VII. 74.

DENNIS, John, English critic and poet, DE QUATREFAGES, J. L. A., on silkDEMTER (Deventer), town, Holland, VII.

worm disease, XXII. 59; on Teredo, 135.

DENNY, town, Scotland, XXII. 554. XXIII, 185. DEMURRAGE, in maritime law, VII. 75. DENON, Baron de, French artist and DE QUINCEY, Thomas, English writer, DEMURRER, in law, VII. 75.

archæologist, VII. 95. DENAIN, town, France, vii. 75; XVII. DENSITY, of bodies, defined, xv. 698; DERA, river, Morocco, XVI. 832. 535.

unit of, vii. 241; determination of, XII. GHAZI KHAN, district, India, vii. DENAIR, town, Asia Minor, II. 147. 536; tables of, XII. 541; of water of 104; XX. 109. DENARIUS, Roman coin, XVII. 652, 655.

Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, XVIII. ISMAIL KHAN, district, India, VII. DENBIGH, county, Wales, VII. 76; popu

105; XX. 109. lation and representation, XXIII. 727; | DENT, Alfred, English settler, North DERAJAT, division, India, VII. 105; XX. coalfield, vi. 52. Borneo, XXI. 124.

109. DENDERAH, or Dendarah, village, Upper E. J., English watchmaker, xxiv. DE RANCÉ, Armand J. B., abbot of La Egypt, vil. 77; temple of, vii. 776. 396.

Trappe, XXIII. 523. DENDERMONDE, town, Belgium, VII. DENTALIUM, genus of Mollusca, xvi. DERAYA, or Dereyeh, town, Arabia, VII. 78. 663.

113. DENDROCOPUS, genus of birds, xxiv. DENTIFRICES, XVIII. 526.

DERBE, town, Asia Minor, XV. 92. 652.

DENTINE, or Ivory, VII. 233; XIII. 520; DERBEND, town, Hissar, Central Asia, DENDRECA, genus of birds, XXIV. 367. DENDROHYRAX, genus of ungulate DENTISTRY, VII. 95; artificial teeth, XIII. or Derbent, town, Russia, VII. 105. mammals, XII. 599; XV. 423.

523; in relation to medicine, xv. DERBY, county, England, vii. 106; popuDENDROLAGUS, genus of marsupial 797

lation and representation, XXIII. 727; mammals, XIII. 840.

DENTITION, of man, vii. 96, 232; of coalfield, vi. 51. DENDROPHIDÆ, family of snakes, XXII. fishes, XII. 654; of mammals, xv. 349 town, England, VII. 108; porcelain 192, 195.

(and article Mammalia throughout); factory at, XIX. 641. DENESHKIN (or DENEZHKIN) KAMEN, of the horse, XII. 178; of the vole, horse race, England, XII. 201.

mountain, Russia, XVIII. 549; XXIV. 4. XXIV. 277; of the walrus, XXIV. 337. Earls of, their connexion with Isle D'ENGHIEN, Duc, French Royalist, VIII. D'ENTRECASTEAUX, J.A. Bruni, French of Man, xv. 454; fourteenth earl, 214; his execution, XVII. 207. navigator, vill. 454; X. 190.

English statesman, VII. 109; VIII. DENGHIZ (Balkash, q.v.), lake, Central ISLANDS, New Guinea, XVII. 386. 366. Asia, XXI. 640. DENUDATION, in geology, X. 372.

DERBYSHIRE NECK, disease, X. 739. DENHA, Syriac writer, XXII. 848. DEOBAND, town, India, XXI. 152. DEREHAM, town, England, xvII. 536. DENHAM, Dixon, African traveller, 1. DEODAND, in English law, VII. 100. DE RETZ, Cardinal, leader of Fronde, 246; v. 801.

DEODAR, tree, V. 286; IX. 405; culture XX. 488; IX. 572. —Sir John, English poet, vii. 78;

of, II. 319.

DEREVERAGH, Lough, Ireland, xxiv. VIII. 424.

DEODATUS, St, of Nevers, XXI. 161. 512. DENIER, medieval coin, XVII. 654. DEOGAN, chief god of the Kafirs, Asia, DEREYEH, town, Arabia, VII. 113. DENINA, Carlo Giovanni Maria, Italian XIII. 822.

DERG, Lough, Ireland, VII. 362. historian, Vil. 79.

DEOGHAR, town, India, XXI. 297. DERHAM, William, English divine and DENIS, St, patron saint of France, VII. DEOGURH (Dowletabad), fortress, India, man of science, VII. 113. 79; XVIII. 286.

VII. 382.

D'ERLON, Count Drouet, French king of Portugal, XIX. 542, 555.

DEor's COMPLAINT, Anglo-Saxon poem, general, vii. 473. island, Seychelles, XXI. 725. VIII. 403.

DERMATEMYS, genus

of chelonian DENISON, town, Texas, U.S.A., XXIII. DÉPARCIEUX, Antoine, his mortality reptiles, XXIII. 457. 205.

tables, II. 76.

DERMATINE, mineral, xvi. 415. DENIZ, Ak, lake, Syria, xxII. 821. DEPARTMENT, French administrative DERMATOCHELYS, genus of chelonian DENIZEN, in law, VII. 79.

division, IX. 509, 600.

reptiles, XXIII. 457. DENMAN, Lord, chief-justice of England, DEPARTURE, in navigation, XVII. 264. DERMATOGEN, primary epidermis of

D'ÉPINAY, Madame, French authoress, plants, XII. 15. DENMARK, VII. 80; union with Nor VIII. 482; as patroness of Rousseau, DERMATOLOGY, in relation to medicine, way, XVII. 589; union with Sweden XXI. 25.

XV. 797 (1397), XXII. 746; seizure of fleet by DEPLOYMENT, of an army, XXIV. 352. DERMATOPHYTA, group of vegetable England (1807), XVII. 212; Prussian DEPOSITS, geological, X. 276; in North parasites, xxiv. 206. and Austrian invasion (1864), III. 139; Sea, XVII. 563; in Norwegian Sea, DERMATOZOA, group of animal parasites, IX. 625; academy, 1. 73; army, 11. 615; XVII. 593; in Pacific Ocean, xvIII. XXIV. 206. birds, XVIII. 17; church, viii. 491; coins,

DERMOD MACMURROUGH, king of xvII. 658; drama, VII. 444; forests, IX. in savings banks, XIX. 573; XXI. Leinster, Ireland, XIII. 258. 400; language, XXI. 373; libraries, XIV. 329.

DERMOID Cyst, disease, XVIII. 372.

VII. 79.

121.

II.

DERMOPTERA, suborder of insectivorous | DES CLOT, Bernat, Catalan chronicler, | DESPREZ (Deprès, q.v.), Josquin, Flemish mammals, XV. 401. XXII. 363.

composer, VII. 101. DERNA (Darnis), seaport, Tripoli, DESEADO, river, Patagonia, XVIII. 353. DESSAIX, Joseph Maria, Count, French North Africa, XXIII. 575.

DESERT, DESERTS, Oases in, XVII. 695; general, vii. 132. DE' Rossi, Gian Battista, on the Cata of Arabia, II. 239; Gobi, Central Asia, DESSALINES, Negro chief, Hayti, Xi. combs, V. 207. X. 712; Sahara, Africa, XXI. 149.

545. DE Rossi, J. B., his edition of the DESERTAS, islands, Madeira, XV. 181. DESSAU, town, Germany, VII. 132. Hebrew Bible, 111. 647.

DESERTED VILLAGE, Goldsmith's poem, DESSAUER, Der Alte, Leopold, duke of DERRY, or Londonderry (q.v.), town, X. 762.

Anhalt-Dessau, XIV. 467. Ireland, xiv. 853.

DESERTION, in military law, XVI. 298. DESSLER, Wolfgang C., German hymnDERTONA (Tortona), ancient town, Italy, of a wife, VII. 301; XXIV. 643. writer, XII. 587. XXIII. 460.

DESFONTAINES, René Louiche, French DE STAEL, Madame, French writer, DERTOSA (Tortosa), ancient town, Spain, botanist, VII. 129.

XXII. 439; IX. 672. XXIII. 460.

DESFUL (Dizful), town, Persia, VII. 305; D'ESTE, princely house, Italy, viii. 558; DERVISH, DERVISHES, VII. 113; XXII. XVIII. 627.

IX. 108; XVI. 542; XX. 341. 662, 665; Egyptian, VII. 726; dancing DESHOULIÈRES, Antoinette, French

Leonora, friend of Tasso, XXIII. (Maulawi), XXI. 59. poetess, VII. 129.

76. DERWENT, river, Derbyshire, England, DESIDERI, P. Ipolito, traveller in Tibet, DE STENDHAL (M. H. Beyle), French VII. 106. XIV. 503.

writer, III. 621. river, Northumberland, England, DESIDERIO DA SETTIGNANO, Italian DESTERRO, town, Brazil, vii. 132. XVII. 565.

sculptor, VII. 129.

DESTINY, Oriental ideas of, 1. 464. river, Tasmania, XXIII. 72. DESIGN, Artistic, vii. 446; copyright in, novel, by Miss Ferrier, IX. III. DERWENTWATER, lake, England, VI.699. VI. 364.

DESTRUCTION OF THE PHILOSOPHERS, DERZHAVIN, Gabriel, Russian poet, Doctrine of (Teleology), XVIII. 182; Al-Gazali's treatise, I. 510. XXI. 106.

XX. 301; XXIII. 248; XXIV. 802.

DESTRUCTIVENESS,

in phrenology, De Sacy, Antoine Isaac, Baron Silvestre, DESIGNATIONS, Abbreviations of, 1. 28. XVIII. 845. French Orientalist, XXI. 140.

DESIMA, island, Japan, XVII. 164. DESTUTT DE TRACY, A. L. C., French Isaac Louis Le Maître, Port DESIRE, Psychological analysis of, xx. philosopher, XXIII. 497. Royalist, XXI. 141.

74.

DETECTIVES, Police, XIX. 337. DESAGULIERS, Jean Théophile, his | DES LOGES (F. Villon), French poet,

DES LOGES (F. Villon), French poet, DETERMINANTS, in algebra, I. 516; electrical experiments, VIII. 4. XXIV. 232.

VIII. 497; Spottiswoode on, XXII. DESAIX DE VOYGOUX, Louis C. A., DESMAREST, Anselme, on birds, XVIII. 432. French general, vii. 114.

DETERMINISM, in philosophy, xxIII. DE SALLO, Denis, French man of letters, DESMIDIEÆ, division of Algæ, l. 508; 234. XVIII. 539.

VII, 170.

DE THOU, Jacques A., French historian, DESARGUE'S THEOREM, of projections, DESMODUS RUFUS, blood-sucking bat, XXIII. 315; IX. 659. XIX. 794.

XV. 415; XXIV. 52.

DETMOLD, town, Germany, VII. 133; DESAUGIERS, Marc Antoine Madeleine, | DESMOGNATHOUS TYPE, of birds, III. XIV. 683. French dramatist, VII. 114.

711.

DE TOCQUEVILLE, A. H. C. Chérel, DESAULT, Pierre Joseph, French | DES MOINES, town, Iowa, U.S.A., VII. Comte, French writer, XXIII. 430; anatomist, VII. 115; Bichat's connexion 130.

IX. 675. with, III. 664.

DESMOND, Earls of, Ireland, VI. 404; DETONATION, of explosives, VIII. 809. DE SAUSSURE, Horace Bénédict, XXI. XIV. 52; their rebellions, XIII. 264, DETROIT, town, Michigan, U.S.A., VII. 323; on glaciers, X. 629.

265; first earl (Maurice Fitzgerald), 133; population, XXII. 822. DE SAUSSURE, Nicolas T., XXI. 324. XIII. 260.

DETTINGEN, Bavaria, Battle of (1743), DE SAUTY, his electric telegraph test, DESMOTHORACA, order of Protozoa, IX. 586. XXIII. 118.

XIX. 845.

DEUCALION, in Greek legend, VII. 134. DESCANT, musical, xvii. 81.

DESMOULINS, Camille, French journal. DEULWARA, India, Temples of, 1. 59. DESCARTES, René, French philosopher, ist and Revolutionist, vii. 130; ix. D'EUSE, Jacques (Pope John XXII.), VII. 115; his application of algebra to 673.

XIII. 712. geometry, l. 514; XIII. 6; on axioms, , Roger, grand-master of Knights of DEUTERONOMY, Book of, 111. 637; XIII. III. 159; on evolution, VIII.747,759; on St John, XXI. 174.

415; XVIII. 505. the extension of matter, III. 37; his DES MURS, M. A. P. E., on birds, DEUTSCH, use of the word, x. 473; as logic, xiv. 791; his metaphysic, XVI. XVIII. 13, 32.

applied to language, x. 514. 91; on squaring the circle, XXII. 435; | DESOLATION ISLAND, Southern Ocean, Emanuel Oscar Menahem, German his influ ce on French literature, ix. XIV. 48.

Orientalist, VII. 134. 660; his connexion with Pascal, XVIII. DESOLATION LAND, Tierra del Fuego, DEUTSCHE THEOLOGIE, mystical book 334; Leibnitz's criticism of, xiv. 421. South America, xxIII. 384.

of devotion, XVII. 133. DESCENT, in law, XIII. 77; rules of, in De Soto, Ferdinando, Spanish explorer, DEUTSCHKATHOLIKEN,

German aboriginal tribes, XXIII. 473. VII. 131.

Catholics, X. 444. DESCHAMPS, Eustache, French poet, DESPEÑAPERROS, pass, Spain, XXII. 294. DEUTSCHKRONE, town, Prussia, VII. VII. 128; IX. 644.

DESPENSER, Hugh, minister of Edward 134. DESCHAPPELLES, A. L. H. L., French II. of England, vii. 683.

DEUTZ, town, Rhenish Prussia, VII. 134. chessplayer, v. 601.

DES PERIERS, Bonaventure, French DEUX PONTS (Zweibrücken), town, DES CHUTES, river, Oregon, U.S.A., writer, IX. 653.

Bavarian Palatinate, VII. 134. XVII. 822.

DESPORTES, Abbé, French poet, xx. Deux SÈVRES, department, France, DESCLOIZITE, mineral, xvi. 406.

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XXI. 710.

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XII. 355.

DEVA, in Hindu theology, XXIV. 821. D'EWES, Sir Simonds, English chronic-| DIADOCHITE, mineral, xvi. 408.
DEVANAGARI, the current Sanskrit

ler, VII. 143.

DIAGORAS, Greek poet, VII. 148. character, XXI. 272; numerals in, DE WETTE, Wilhelm Martin Leberecht, DIAGRAMS, geometrical figures, VII. 149. XVII. 626.

German theologian, vii. 144; on the Dial, or Gnomon, sun-dial, VII. 153; first DEVAPRAYAGA, town, India, VII. 135. Pentateuch, xvIII. 505; on German construction of, 11. 746. DEVASTAVIT, in law, XXIV. 394. rationalism, XX. 290.

of a clock, vi. 31. DEVELOPMENT, Animal, Doctrine of, | DE WINTER, Jan Willem, Dutch American magazine, I. 729. VIII. 745; XX. 420; XXIV. 815, 801; admiral, vii. 144.

DIALECTIC, in logic, xiv. 785, 786; in relation to ethnology, VIII. 616, DE Witt, Cornelius, Dutch burgomaster, Zeno's invention of, XXIV. 778; in 618; Lamarck's theory of, XIV. 232. VII. 145.

ancient Greece, II. 516; Socrates's Embryonic, viii. 163; in human John, Dutch statesman, VII. 145; use of, XXII. 236. anatomy, l. 830, 842, 850, 853, 855, XII. 8o.

DIALECTICIANS, school of Greek philo858, 863, 908; of Mollusca, XVI. 637, DEW-POINT, VIII. 727; XII. 570.

sophy, XXII. 562. 682; of tapeworms, XXIII. 52; of DEWSBURY, town, England, vII. 146; DIALECTS, XVIII. 776. trematode worms, XXIII. 537.

population and representation, xxiv. DIALLAGE, mineral, x. 235; XVI. 416. DEVENTER, town, Holland, VII. 135; 748.

DIALLING, VII. 153. XVIII. 78; educationists of, vii. 672; DEXTRIN, or British gum, VII. 146; XV. DIALOGITE, mineral, xvi. 398. medieval college of, xiv. 31.

DIALOGUE ON ORATORS, by Tacitus, DEVEREUX, Walter and Robert, earls of DEXTROGLUCOSE, in honey, XII. 136. Essex, VIII. 555, 556.

DEXTROSE, or Grape Sugar, IX. 96; xv. DIALOGUES, Plato's, XIX. 195. DE Vico's COMET, VI. 192, 193. 338; XXII. 623.

ON NATURAL RELIGION, Hume's, DE VIGNY, Alfred Victor, Comte, French Dey, governor of Algiers, I. 566; of poet and novelist, VII. 135.

Tunis, xxIII. 621.

DIALYSIS, in physics, VII. 217. DEVIL, VII. 136, 60; in miracle plays, DEYRSIMLIS, Kurdish tribe, XIV. 157. DIAMAGNETIC BODIES, XV. 244, 262. VII. 415.

DHAKA (Dacca), district and town, DIAMAGNETISM, of flames, IX. 285. FISH, VII. 138; XII. 686; XX. 300. India, VI. 756.

DIAMANTE, Fra, Italian painter, VII. DE VILLE, Antoine, French military DHAMMASAT, Burmese code of law, iv. 162. engineer, ix. 441.

553.

DIAMANTINA, district, Queensland, xx. DEVILLE, Étienne Henri Sainte-Claire, DHAMRA, river, India, V. 243.

171. French chemist, XXI. 165; on alu DHAR, native state, India, vii. 146.

, or Tejuco, town, Brazil, vii. 162. minium, 1. 647; on chemical dissocia DHARMA, doctrine or laws, in Tibet and DIAMANTINO, town, Brazil, vii. 162. tion, v. 475; on platinum, xix. 190; India, XXI. 287; XIV. 227.

DIAMASTIGOSIS, flogging of youths, his pyrometer, XX. 131.

DHARMASUTRAS, Sanskrit laws, XXI. Spartan custom, ix. 280. DE VILLIERS, John, grand-master of 288.

DIAMETER, of circle, ratio of circumKnights of St John, XXI. 174.

DHARMNATH, India, Temple at, I. 423. ference to, XXIII. 563. DEVIL'S DARNING NEEDLE, insect, DHARM RAJA, spiritual ruler of Bhutan, DIAMOND, precious stone, VII. 162; VII. 385. III. 632.

XVI. 381; as carbon, V. 86; cutting of, DEVIL'S DUST, adulterant of cloth, 1. 176. DHARNA, Hindu custom, XIV. 360. XIV. 298; I. 780; mining, XVI. 455; DEVIL's Dyke, Sussex, England, xxII. DHARWAR, district, India, VII. 146. of Brazil, iv. 224; of India, XII. 766; 723.

DHAWALAGIRI, or Diwalgiri, mountain, of South Africa, v. 42, 46; XI. 204; DEVIL'S SONATA, Tartini's, XXIII. 71. Himalayas, XI. 825.

XXIII. 518; tools, XI. 439; XVI. 443. DEVIL'S TOWER, natural pillar, Rocky DHEBAR, artificial lake, India, xxIII. BEETLE, VI. 133. Mountains, U.S.A., XXIII. 797. 716.

DRILL, in mining, xvi. 443. DEVIL-WORSHIP, by Rais (or Retz), xx. DHOLIBA, name of the Niger, river, NECKLACE, Intrigue of the, XX. 258. Africa, xvII. 496.

623. DE VISÉ, Donneau, French journalist, DHOLPUR, native state, India, vii. 147; PEAK, mountain, Oregon, U.S.A.. XVII. 424. XX. 260.

XVII. 822. DEVIZES, town, England, VII. 138; D'HOZier, Pierre, French genealogist DIANA, Roman goddess (the Greek population, XXIV. 594. and journalist, XVII. 424.

Artemis), VII. 167; II. 643; XIII. 568; DEVOLUTION WAR, between England Duu HEARTACH ROCK LIGHTHOUSE, her association with Apollo, II. 186; and the Netherlands, IX. 575. Scotland, xiv. 616.

temple of, at Ephesus, II. 406, 410; DEVON (Devonshire, q.v.), county, Eng DHULIP SINH, or Dhalip Singh, Sikh VIII. 468. land, vii. 139; XXIII. 727.

ruler, India, XII. 808; XX. 112. DIANA'S PEAK, St Helena, XXI. 170. river, Scotland, v. 798.

DHUPAN, river, India, XXI. 146. DIANO, town, Italy, VII. 167.
DEVONIAN ROCKS, X. 340.
DIABASE, rock, X. 235.

DIANTHUS, genus of plants, xix. 106.
DEVONPORT, town, England, vii. 138; DIABETES, disease, vii. 147; XVII. 681; DIAPASON, organ pipe, XVII. 830.
XIX. 236; dockyard, vii. 318.

XVIII. 386; diet in, vii. 207.

DIAPER, in architecture, II. 463. DEVONS, North, breed of cattle, 1. 388. DIABLE BOITEUX, Le Sage's work, xiv.

kind of cloth, xxIII. 210; Japanese, DEVONSHIRE, county, England, VII. 472.

XIII. 590. 139; population and representation, DIABLERETS, mountain, Vaud, Switzer- DIAPHANEITY, transparency, in mineXXIII. 727; fisheries of, ix. 253. land, XXIV. 115.

rals, XVI. 373. First Duke of, vii. 143.

DIABLO, Monte, California, U.S.A., DIAPHONOMETER, Saussure's invention, DEVR, dance of the dervishes, VII. 114.

XXIII. 801.

XXI. 324. DEW, XVI. 120.

DIACRIOI, Athenian political party, xix. DIAPHONY, in music, XVII. 81. DE WARVILLE, Jean Pierre Brissot, 130.

DIAPHORETICS, in medicine, VII. 167. French Revolutionist, IV. 347.

DIADEM, crown, vi. 619; ancient, XIII. DIAPHRAGM, of mammals, XV. 365; in DEWBERRY, plant, VII. 143.

676.

human anatomy, XX. 476.

XII. 591.

DIARBEKIR, or Diarbekr, town, Asiatic | DICKINSONITE, mineral, XVI. 405. DIEDRICH OF BERN, Legend of, XIII.

Turkey, VII. 168; province, XXIII. 653. Dickson, David, Scottish hymn writer, 674; XVII. 475. DIARMAIT, Irish king, XIII. 250.

DIEGO GARCIA, island, Indian Ocean, DIARRHEA, disease, VII. 168.

DICKSONIA, genus of tree-ferns, xxIII. xv. 642. DIARTHRODIAL JOINTS, I. 833.

DIEGO RUYs 534.

ISLAND (Rodriguez) DIARY OF A LATE PHYSICIAN, by DICKSON'S GLACIER, Spitzbergen, XXII. Indian Ocean, XX. 619. S. Warren, XXIV. 373.

408.

DIEGO SUAREZ, bay, Madagascar, xv. Dias, Antonio Gonçalves, Brazilian DiCOTYLEDONOUS PLANTS, IV. 92.

168. poet and historian, vii. 168.

DICOTYLEDONS, subclass of plants, xxiv. DIEKIRCH, town, Luxemburg, xv. 87. -Bartolommeo, Portuguese navi 131.

DIELECTRIC, Faraday's theory of the, gator, VII, 169; X. 180.

DICOTYLES, genus of ungulate mammals, VIII. 36. DIASPORA, the Jewish dispersion, XIII. XVIII. 449; XXII. 775.

DIEPENBECK, Abraham van, Flemish 429.

DICTATOR, in the Roman republic, VII. painter, VII. 197. DIASPORE, mineral, xvi. 387.

179.

DIEPPE, town, France, VII. 198; XXI. DIASTALTIC SPINAL SYSTEM, of Mar- | DICTIONARY, DICTIONARIES, VII. 179; 626. shall Hall, XI. 390.

bibliographical, 11. 659 ; historical Dies, Christoph Albert, German painter, DIASTASE, nitrogenous ferment, IX. 96; and critical (Bayle's), III. 458; Arabic,

VII. 199. IV. 267; XV. 338.

XVI. 595; English (Johnson's), XIII. FESTI, in ancient Rome, IX. 114. DIATESSARON, Tatian's, XXII. 824; 723; English (Webster's), xxiv. 474; GENIALES, Alessandri's work, I. XXIII. 81.

French (Furetière's), ix. 839; French 479. DIATHERMANCY, of air, III. 33.

(Littré’s), XIV. 706; Sanskrit, XXI. DIE SINKING, II. 64; VII. 197; Greek, DIATOMACEÆ, subdivision of Algæ, vii.

293.

II. 362. 169; 1. 508; hæmatite deposits formed DICTYONINA, order of sponges, XXII. DIES IRÆ, hymn, XII. 583; XXIII. 308; by, XIII. 286. 422.

XXIV. 781. DIATOM OOZE, of North Sea, XVII. 563; DICTYOPTERA, order of insects, XIII. DIESPITER (Jupiter), Roman god, XIII. of Norwegian Sea, XVII. 593 ; of 152.

780. Pacific Ocean, XVIII. 123.

DICTYS CRETENSIS, early Greek his- Diest, town, Belgium, VII. 199. DIATONIC SCALE, in music, 1. 108; torian, vii. 193; on the legends of Diet, German state assembly, VII. 199; XVII. 79, 91. Troy, xx. 637

X. 463; history of, x. 501, 505, 508, Diaz, Rodrigo, The Cid (q.v.), v. 773. DICYEMIDA, group of parasites, xvIII. 513; of Augsburg, q.v. (1530), v. 414; DE LA PEÑA, Narcisse Virgile, 259; embryology of, XX. 419.

of Roncaglia (1154), XIII. 472; (1158), French painter, VII. 171.

DIDASCALOCOPHUS, Dalgarno's work, XIII. 473; of Worms (1521), v. 414. DIAZO-BODIES, nitrogenous carbon com VI. 776.

DIETETICS, VII. 200; Lord Combermere's pounds, XVII. 519.

DIDELPHIA, subclass of Mammalia, xv. rules of, vi. 181; Plutarch on, XIX. 234; DIBDIN, Charles, English song-writer

371, 378.

water in, XXIV. 399. and composer, VII. 171.

DIDELPHYS, genus of marsupial mam DIETRICH, Christian Wilhelm Ernst, Thomas, English dramatist, vii. mals, xv. 380; XVII. 796.

German painter, vil. 213. 172.

DIDEMNIDÆ, family of Tunicata, XXIII. DIETRICHITE, mineral, XVI. 402, Thomas Frognall, English billio 617.

Diez, Friedrich Christian, German grapher, VII. 172.

DIDEROT, Denis, French Encyclopedist, philologist, VII. 214; XX. 668. DIBRANCHIATA, order of Mollusca, XVI. VII. 193; VIII. 197; 1X. 666, 668; his DIFFERENCE, Mental perception of, 669.

connexion with Raynal, xx. 302; his XX. 49, 80. DIBRUGARH, station, Assam, India, xiv. relations with Rousseau, XXI. 25. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS, XIII. II, 13. 225.

Didian LAW, Roman, XXII. 644. DIFFERENTIATION, in biology, XVI. 79. DIBUTADES (Butades), Greek modeller DidiuS JULIANUS, Roman emperor, XXI. - in psychology, XX. 45. in clay, iv. 579. 699.

DIFFRACTION, of light, XXIV. 430, 442, DICÆARCHIA (Pozzuoli), ancient town, Dido, legendary founder of Carthage, 454. Italy, XIX. 651. VII. 196.

DIFFUSION, in physics, VII. 214; of DICÆARCHUS, Greek philosopher and Caucasian tribe, XIV. 475.

gases, XVI. 617. geographer, VII. 172; XVIII. 545; XXII. AND ÆNEAS, Purcell's opera, xx. Psychological, xx. 46. 20.

113.

DIFFUSIVITY, Thermal, XI. 581, 586. DICHOPSIS GUTTA, species of trees, XI. Didot, family of French printers and | DIGAMBARAS, division of the Jains, 337. publishers, VII. 196.

India, XIII. 544. DICHOTOMY, Law of, in psychology, xx. DIDRON, Adolphe Napoléon, French DIGARCHI, town, Tibet, XXIII. 340. 79.

archæologist, VII. 196.

Digby, Sir Kenelm, English physicist, DICHROISM, in mineralogy, XVI. 375. DIDUNCULUS, genus of birds, xix. 420. DICHROITE, mineral, xvi. 418.

DIDYMIUM, chemical element, v. 542; | DIGENEA, group of trematode worms, Di-Chu, river, Tibet, XXIII. 339.

XIV. 291; spectrum of, xxII. 376.

XXIII. 539.
Dick, Thomas, Scottish writer, vII. 173. Didymus, of Alexandria, ecclesiastical DIGENIS ACRITAS, Exploits of, modern
William, Scottish veterinarian, writer, vil. 195.

Greek poem, XI. 148, 150.
XXIV. 199.
Die, in architecture, II. 463.

DIGEST, of Justinian, XIII. 793; XX.
BEQUEST, for schools in North of for stamping medals, VII. 197. 712.
Scotland, 1. 45.

town, France, VII. 197.

DIGESTER, Steam, Papin's, XVIII. 228. DICKENS, Charles, English novelist, vii. DIEBITSCH-SABALKANSKI, Ivan K.F.A., DIGESTION, VII. 207; XVII. 667. 173.

Count, Russian general, vil. 197. DIGESTIVE ORGANS, VII. 221; of AmDICKENSON, John, English pastoral DIECI DI LIBERTÀ E PACE, state phibia, 1. 762; of birds, II. 725; of poet, xvIII. 346. officers, Florence, xv. 146.

fishes, xii. 654; of mammals, xv. 361;

VII. 221.

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of reptiles, xx. 457; of trematode | DINDINGS, territory and islands, Straits | DIONÆA MUSCIPULA, insectivorous worms, XXIII. 536.

Settlements, Asia, XXII. 586, 587. plant, XIII. 136. DIGGES, Leonard, his connexion with | DINGAAN, or Dingane, Zulu chief, Dion Cassius COCCEIANUS, historian invention of the telescope, XXIII. 135. XXIII. 518; XXIV. 828.

of Rome, VII. 246. Digit, measure of length, XXIV. 483. DINGISWAYO, Zulu chief, xxiv. 828. DION CHRYSOSTOM, Greek writer, VII. DIGITALIS, genus of plants, VII. 237. DINGO, wild dog of Australia, 111. 112; 247; XX. 634; on Indian epic poetry, DIGITATA, group of chelonian reptiles, VII. 325; XV. 438.

XXI. 281. XXIII. 457

DINGWALL, town, Scotland, vii. 243; DIONIS, Peter, his lectures on anatomy, Digits, in the skeleton, 1. 828; XXII. XX. 854.

1. 811. 118; of mammals, xv. 359. Dingy, kind of boat, XXI. 825.

DIONYSIA, Greek festivals, VII. 247. DIGNE, town, France, VII. 238.

DINIFERA, order of Protozoa, XIX. 859. DIONYSIACA, poem of Nonnus, XVII. 533. La, island, Seychelles, Indian DINIZ, king of Portugal, XIX. 542, DIONYSIAC RITES, Phrygia, xvII. 839; Ocean, XXI. 725. 555.

XVIII. 853. DIGNITY, or Precedence, Order of, xix. DINKEL, delineator of Agassiz's fossils, DIONYSIAN PERIOD, in the calendar, 660.

IV. 670. DIHANG, or Dihong, river, India and DINKELSBÜHL, town, Bavaria, vii. 243. DIONYSIUS, St (Denis), patron saint of Tibet, Il. 718; XXIII. 341.

DINOCRATES, or Dinochares, Greek France, VII. 79; XVIII. 286. DIHYRITE, mineral, XVI. 406. architect, VII. 243.

the Areopagite, VII. 248; his work DIIPOLIA, Greek festival, iv. 531; XXI. DINOFLAGELLATA, class of Protozoa, on mysticism, XVII. 131 ; 137. XIX. 859.

heavenly hierarchy, XI. 792. DIJON, town, France, VII. 238.

DINOMYIDÆ, family of rodent mam the Elder, tyrant of Syracuse, VII. DIKA BUTTER, vegetable fat, XVII. 744, mals, XV. 420.

247 ; XXII. 18, 815 ; coins of, xvII. 746.

DINOPHIDÆ, family of snakes, xxII. 638. DIKA NUT, XVII. 664. 193, 197.

the Younger, tyrant of Syracuse, DIKRAN (Tigranes), Armenian kings, DINORNIS, genus of extinct birds, vii. VII. 247; XXII. 19, 816. XVIII. 595, 600, 602; XXIII. 386. 243; III. 731.

of Halicarnassus, Greek writer, DILAPIDATIONS, in English law, VII. DINOSAURIA, order of fossil reptiles, VII. 247; XI. 144. 239. XX. 442.

of Tell- Mahre, Syriac writer, XXII. Dili, Megali and Mikri (Delos), islands, DINOTHERIUM, extinct ungulate mam 845. Greece, VII. 51. mal, vii. 244; XV. 425.

BAR SALIBI, Syriac writer, XXII. DILIGENCE, in law, vii. 239; in Scots DIN-Tir, name for Babylon, III. 182. 851. law, xxiv. 697. DIOCESE, VII. 244; 111. 787.

EXIGUUS, chronologist, VII. 248; DILKE, Sir Charles Wentworth, English DiOCLES, of Carystus, on anatomy, 1. XIX. 492; his collection of the canons, art organizer, VII. 240.

801. Dill, plant, VII. 240; II. 57; XII. 289. Syracusan demagogue, XXII. 815. PERIEGETES, Greek geographical DILLEN, or Dillenius, Johann Jakob, DIOCLETIAN, Roman emperor, VII. 244; writer, VII. 248. German botanist, VII. 240.

xx. 777; baths of, at Rome, III. 436; THRAX, Roman grammarian, Xi. DILLINGEN, town, Bavaria, VII. 240. palace of, at Spalato, Dalmatia, XXII. 37. Dillon, Wentworth, earl of Roscommon, 366.

DIONYSUS, Greek divinity (the Roman XX. 850.

Era of, v. 716.

Bacchus), VII. 248; XVII. 128; orgies DILUVIAN EPOCH, II. 335.

DIODATI, Charles, friend of Milton, of, xvII. 839. DILUVIUM, distinguished from alluvium,

XVI. 324.

DIOPHANTUS, Greek writer on algebra, 1. 589.

Giovanni, Swiss Reformed theo 1. 511; on porisms, xix. 520. DIMENSIONS, in geometry, VII. 240. logian, VII. 245.

DIOPSIDE, mineral, XVI. 416. DIMETHYL, in chemistry, XVI. 194. DIODON, genus of fishes, X. 685. DIOPTASE, mineral, XVI. 411. DIMLAH, town, India, XX. 272. DIODORUS SICULUS, Greek historian, Dioptric, unit for measurement of DIMMA, Book of, Irish MS., XVIII. 158.

VII. 245.

lenses, XXII. 373. DIMORPHISM, sexual specialization, XXI. DIECISM, in plants, XX. 428.

DIOPTRICS, Descartes's treatise on, vii. 721.

DIOGENES, Greek Cynic philosopher, 125. DIMORPHITE, mineral, xvi. 394.

VII. 245.

DIOPTRIC SYSTEM, for lighthouses, XIV. DIMORPHODON, genus of fossil reptiles, (Romanus IV.), Roman emperor, 619. xx. 87.

XX. 730.

DIORITE, rock, X. 235. DINA CHARIYAWA, manual of Buddhism, of Apollonia, Greek physicist, VII. DIOSCOREA, genus of plants, XXIV. 727. IV. 436.

245.

DIOSCORIDES, Greek writer on materia DINAJPUR, district and town, India, vii. of Seleucia, Stoic philosopher, medica, II. 79; MS. of his work, 241. XXII. 570.

XVIII, 147 DINAN, town, France, VII. 242.

-, Antonius, Greek novelist, XX. island, Indian Ocean, XXII. 231. DINANDERIE, copper wares of Dinant, 634.

DIOSCURI (Castor and Pollux), in Greek Belgium, VII. 242.

LAERTIUS, Greek writer, VII. 246; legend, v. 199. DINANT, town, Belgium, vii. 242;

on Aristotle's works, II. 513.

DIOSCURIAS (Iskuriah), ancient Greek destruction of, by Charles the Bold | DIOLAS, people,

DIOLAS, people, Senegambia, West colony, Caucasus, XVI. 437. (1466), V. 424.

Africa, XXI. 662.

DIOSCURIDES, Greek gem-engraver, X. DINAPUR, town, India, VII. 242; XVIII. DIOMEDEA, genus of birds, I. 449; XV. 140. 409.

334.

DIOSPOLIS, Palestine, Synod of, on DINARCHUS, Greek orator, VII. 242. DIOMEDES, of Greek legend, vil. 246. Pelagianism, XVIII. 472. DINAWARI, Arab historian, XXIII. 3. Dion, tyrant of Syracuse, VII. 246; MAGNA (Thebes), ancient town, DINDIGAL, town, India, XV. 192.

XXII. 19, 816.

Egypt, VII. 776.

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