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GLASSITES, Scottish religious denomina- | GLINKA, Michael Ivanovich, Russian | GLOVER, Richard, English writer, X. tion, x. 637.

composer, X. 679. GLASSIUS, Solomon, German Biblical Sergy Nikolaevich, Russian writer, Glow-WORM, beetle, Vi. 132; XVIII. critic, X. 674.

X. 68o.
GLASSOPHAGÆ, group of bats, XV. 414; GLISSON, François, French anatomist, GLOXINIA, stove plant, XII. 266.
XXIV. 52.

I. 811; XVI. 822.

GLUCHOW, or Glukhoff, town, Russia, GLASS-SNAKE, lizard, xiv. 735. GLOBE, shape of the earth, 11. 766.

X. 695; XXIII. 96. GLASS TEARS, philosophical toy, II. 63. Geographical, x. 680; xv. 516. GLUCINUM, chemical element, X. 693; GLASS-WORKS, Venetian, XVII. 48; GLOBE-FISH, X. 685; XII. 694.

V. 526. XXIV. 156.

GLOBE THEATRE, London, in time of GLUCK, Christopher Willibald, German GLASTONBURY, town and abbey, Eng Shakespeare, XXI. 761.

musical composer, x. 693; XVII. 94; land, x. 674; XXII. 258; legend of, GLOBICEPHALUS, genus of cetacean XIX. 79; contrasted with Mozart, XVII. V. 325

mammals, XV. 399. GLATZ, town, Prussia, x. 675.

GLOBIGERINA, genus of Foraminifera, GLÜCKSTADT, town, Prussia, X. 695. GLAUBER, Johann Rudolph, German IX. 378.

GLUCOSE, in chemistry, X. 695; V. 564, chemist and alchemist, X. 675; V. 460. Ooze, in Norwegian Sea, XVII. 572; VII. 146, 147; IX. 93; X. 41; GLAUBERITE, mineral, XVI. 400.

593; in Pacific Ocean, XVIII. 123. XIX. 54; XXII. 623. GLAUBER'S SALT, mineral and drug, GLOBIGERINIDEA, order of Protozoa, GLUCOSIDES, substances containing gluX. 675; V. 505; XVI. 401. XIX. 847

cose, IX. 96; V. 572. GLAUCE, of Greek legend, xv. 777. GLOCHIDIUM, phase of development of GLUE, form of gelatin, X. 133; use of, GLAUCHAU, town, Saxony, x, 676. molluscs, XVI. 693.

in joinery, IV. 489. GLAUCIAS, of Tarentum, Alexandrian GLÖCKNER, mountain, Eisenach, Ger-GLUKHOFF, town, Russia, X. 695; XXIII. physician, xv. 801. many, XXI. 349.

96. GLAUCODOTE, mineral, xvi. 390. GLOCKNER, Gross, mountain, Carin-GLUTEN, or Glutin, albuminous subGLAUCOMA, eye disease, XVII. 783. thia, Austria, 1. 629.

stance, X. 130, 695. GLAUCONITE, mineral, xvi. 415. GLOGAU, town, Prussia, x. 685; XXII. GLUTTON, carnivorous mammal, x. 696; GLAUCOPHANE, mineral, xvi. 418.

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XV. 440. GLAUCOPIS, epithet of Athene, II. 831. GLOGER, C. W. L., on birds, XVIII. 23. GLYCAS, Michael, Byzantine historian, GLAUCUS, in Greek mythology, x. 676. GLOMMEN, river, Norway, XVII. 575. X. 697.

, reputed discoverer of iron-welding, GLONOIN, or Nitroglycerin, XVII. 520. GLYCERIN, or Glycerine, in chemistry, II. 348.

GLORIA IN EXCELSIS, doxology, VII. X. 697; V. 564; XVII. 740; XXII. 202. SINUS, gulf, Asia Minor, XV. 93. 384.

GLYCOGEN, starch in nutrition, XVII. GLAZE, VIII. 182; in pottery, XIX. GLORIA PATRI, doxology, VII. 384.

680. 601.

GLORY, or Corona, optical phenomenon, GLYCOLS, in chemistry, v. 564; Wurtz's GLAZIER'S DIAMOND, VII, 167.

XXIV. 435. See also XIV. 597.

discovery of, xxiv. 703. GLAZIER WORK, IV. 509.

GLOSS, X. 686; on the canon law, v. GLYCYRRHIZA, genus of plants, xiv. GLAZING, in painting, XVIII. 138.

687. GLAZOFF, town, Russia, XXIV. 303.

Biblical, x. 687; XI. 746.

GLYNDWR, Owen (Glendower, q.v.), GLEBE, in ecclesiastical law, X. 676. GLOSSA ORDINARIA, Walafrid's work, We prince, x. 678. GLEDE, bird, xiv. 103.

XXIV. 320; X. 687.

GLYOXYLIN, form of dynamite, XVII. GLEE, in music, X. 677. GLOSSARY, GLOSSATOR, X. 686.

521. GLEEK, card game, xix. 282.

GLOSSIC SPELLING, XVIII. 812. GLYPTODON, fossil armadillo, 11. 545; GLEEMAN, ancient minstrel, xvi. 479. GLOSSINA, genus of insects, XXIII. 601. xv. 388. GLEIG, George, bishop of Brechin, x. GLOSSOGRAPHER, X. 686.

GLYPTOTHEK, art gallery at Munich, 677; editor of Encyclopædia Britan- GLOSSOLOGY, science of language, xvIII. Bavaria, XVII. 25. nica, 3d edition, VIII. 200.

765.

GMELIN, Johann F., on birds, XVIII. 7. GLEIM, Johann Wilhelm Ludwig, Ger-GLOSSOP, town, England, x. 687.

Johann Georg, German naturalist, man poet, X. 677, 534.

GLOSSOPHAGA, genus of bats, xv. 414. X. 699. Gleiwitz, town, Prussia, X. 677. GLOSSOPHORA, branch of Mollusca, XVI. Leopold, German chemist, X. 699. GLEN, valley, XXI. 524. 641.

Samuel Gottlieb, German naturalGLENCOE, valley, Scotland, 11. 499; GLOSTER, town, Sierra Leone, West ist, X. 700; as traveller in Persia, xx. massacre of (1692), XXI. 518; XXII. Africa, XXII. 45.

286. 445; William III.'s connexion with GLOTTIS, in relation to the voice, xxiv. GMELINITE, mineral, XVI. 421. the massacre, XXIV. 580.

273; spasm of the, vi. 617.

GMELIN'S BLUE, XX. 24. GLENDALOUGH, valley, Wicklow, Ire- GLOUCESTER, county, England, x. 687; GMINA, Polish commune, XIX. 311. land, xxiv. 557, 558.

population and representation, XXIII. GMÜND, town, Germany, X. 700; populaGLENDOWER, Owen, Welsh prince, X. 727

tion, XXIV. 701. 678; XI. 660; revolt of, vill. 320.

town, England, x. 690; effigy of GMÜNDER SEE, lake, Switzerland, xiv. GLENELG, river, Australia, III. 107; Robert of Normandy in cathedral, 218. XXIV. 216.

XXI. 558; friary at, l. 21.

Gnat, insect, X. 700; XIII. 150; XVI. GLENLUCE, town, Scotland, XXIV. 563. town, Massachusetts, U.S.A., x. 866. GLEN OF THE DOWNS, Wicklow, Ire 691.

GNATHOBDELLIDÆ, family of leeches, land, xxiv. 557

Robert of, English chronicler, XX. XIV. 404. GLEYRE, Marc Charles Gabriel, French

596.

GNEDICH, N. I., Russian poet, XXI. 107. painter, X. 678.

Duke of (Thomas of Woodstock), GNEISENAU, August W.A., Count von, GLINKA, Fedor Nikolaevich, Russian XIV. 256.

Prussian general, xvII. 220. poet, X. 679. GLOVE, X. 692; XIV. 389.

GNEISS, rock, X. 236.

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GNESEN, town, Prussia, X. 700.

the idea of, v. 144; VII. 123; Eckart's GOES, Benedict, Eastern traveller, X. GNOMON, various meanings of the term, theory, VII. 642; Erigena's theory, 183; XXIV. 728. XX. 140; of dial, vii. 153; Pytheas's

523; Eusebius's views, VIII. Hugo van der, Flemish painter, use of, x. 176. 722; Fichte's theory, IX. 138; in

X. 721. GNOMONICS, or dialling, VII. 153.

Kabbalistic theosophy, XIII. 811; Jan van der, Dutch poet, Il. 138; GNOSSUS, or Cnossus, town, Crete, Vi. Leibnitz on the being of, XIV. 422; 44.

Locke on the existence of, xiv. 761; GOETHALS, Henry (Henry of Ghent), GNOSTIC ANTINOMIANS, II. 129.

Malebranche on the idea of, v. 148; scholastic writer, XI. 674. GNOSTICISM, X. 700 ; XI. 736; XXIII. Manichæan theory, XV. 483; Neopla- | GOETHE, Johann Wolfgang von, Ger

278; its influence on Neoplatonism, tonic idea, XVII. 335; Philo's theory, man poet and dramatist, x. 721; his XVII. 335; in relation to Christiảnity, XVIII. 761; Schleiermacher's theory, birthplace in Frankfort, ix. 707; on V. 694 ; to Epistle to the Ephesians, XXI. 411, 413; Spinoza on the idea of, education, vil. 677 ; on embryology VIII. 464 ; to Manichæism, xv. 484 ; V. 153; Taoist teaching, XIV. 297; and morphology, XVI. 839; his into Marcionitism, xv. 535; St Paul's theosophic knowledge of, XXIII. 278; Auence on the German drama, vii. relations to, xvIII. 423; of Carpo Vico's idea, xxiv. 212; Xenophanes's 442; influence on German literature, crates, V. 133; Mandæan, xv. 468; of theory, XXIV. 719.

X. 537; Eckermann's relations with, Origen, XVII. 841; Baur on, III. 448; GODALMING, town, England, x. 714; VII. 641; his controversy with Oken, Irenæus on, XIII. 273, 274; Clemens XXII. 694.

XVII. 751; his relations with Schiller, Alexandrinus on Christian Gnosticism, GODARD, Eugène, his fire-balloon, I. V. 819. 192.

MUSEUM, at Weimar, XXIV. 491. GNU, antelope, X. 705; II. 101; XV. GODAVARI, or Godavery, district, India, GOETZ, Hermann, German musical 432. X. 714; river, X. 714; XV. 184.

composer, X. 737. Goa, Portuguese settlement, India, x. GODEFROY, Gothofred, French GOEZE, Johann Melchior, German theo706; XII. 797.

family (Denis, Jacques, and Theodore), logian, XIV. 481. GOAGNAZES, Brazilian tribe, iv. 228. X. 846.

GOEZMAN, Louis V., his connexion with GOAJIRA, territory, Venezuela, XXIV. GODFATHER, sponsor, XXII. 429.

Beaumarchais, III. 468. 140.

GODFREY of Bouillon, crusader, Vi. GOFFART, Auguste, on ensilage, XXII. GOALPARA, district and town, Assam, 624; IX. 538.

67. India, X. 707.

Sir Edmondbury, his murder, GOFFE, Thomas English pastoral poet, Goa POWDER, drug, X. 707.

XVII. 697.

XVIII. 347
Goat, ungulate mammal, x. 708; xv. Thomas, inventor of a sextant, Gog, of Scripture, X. 738.
432; breeding and rearing of, I. 399;
XXI. 725.

(Gyges, q.v.), Lydian king, xv. 100. Angora, 11. 45, 710; wild, of India, GODHAVN, town, Disco Island, Green AND MAGOG, X. 172. XII. 742; hair of, XVI. 544; milk of, land, XI. 171.

GOGARI, or Gogra, river, Nepal, xvII. XVI. 303; skins of, for tanning, xiv. GODHEAD, The, heresies concerning it, 340. 380, 388.

XI. 736.

GOGMAGOG Hills, Cambridgeshire, ISLAND, Niagara, America, XVII. GODIVA, Lady, of Coventry, vi. 530. England, iv. 732. 472.

GODMOTHER, sponsor, XXII. 429. GoGo, town, India, x. 738. GOATSUCKER, bird, x. 711.

GODOLPHIN, Earl of, English states- GOGOL, Nikolai Vasilievich, Russian GOBANNIUM (Abergavenny), Roman man, X. 715; his relations with writer, X. 738; XXI. 107. station, England, xvi. 754.

Harley, XVIII. 100.

GOGRA, river, Nepal and India, xvII. GOBELIN, French family of dyers, x. BARB, progenitor of race-horses, 340, 572. 712; their carpets, V. 128; their tapes XII. 183, 185.

GOHELWAR, district, India, XIV. 15. try, V. 128; XXIII. 212.

GODOY, Manuel de, duke of Alcudia, GÖHREN, village, Rügen, Prussia, XXI. GOBELINS, stream, Paris, XVIII. 274. Spanish minister, 1. 471; IX. 83; 57. GOBELINUS, copyist of Pius II.'s Com XVII. 213; XIX. 550; XXII. 342. GOIDEL (Gaels), V. 297; in Ireland, mentaries, XIX. 153.

GODS, of mythology, XVII. 136, 139, XIII. 244, 246; in Scotland, XXI. 473; GOBI, desert, Central Asia, x. 712; II. 146.

in Wales, xvIII. 482. 687; XXIII. 632.

GODTHAAB, district, Greenland, XI. GOITO, town, Italy, x. 739. GOBIO, genus of fishes, xi. 243; XVI. 170.

GOITRE, disease, X. 739; VI. 573; XIII. 320.

GOD-TREE, of the Himalayas, V. 286. 98; XVIII. 384. GOBY, fish, x. 714; XII. 690.

GODUNOFF, Boris, czar of Russia, xxi. Gök Su, river, Asia Minor, II. 708; V. Goch, Johann von, German Reformer,

93.

776. XX. 325.

GODWIN, or Godwine (q.v.), earl, x. 719. GOKTCHA, Lake, Transcaucasia, Russia, GOD, Doctrine of (Theism), XXIII. 262; Francis, English writer, X. 715. XXIII. 514.

idea of, xvIII. 686; XXIII. 235, 245, Mary Wollstonecraft, English GOLAD, tribe, Lithuania, XIV. 702. 248; the name Jehovah, xiii. 619; writer, X. 716.

GOLAYA GORA, mountain, Eastern Jehovah the God of Israel, XIII. 409; Mary Wollstonecraft, wife of Siberia, xv. 548. the kingdom of, v. 692; man's know Shelley, XXI. 789, 791.

GOLCONDA, town, India, X. 740; ledge of, 11. 190; in relation to the William, English writer, X. 717; diamonds of, vii. 164. Logos, xiv. 804; Anselm on the on reason, VIII. 609; his relations with GOLD, precious metal, x. 740; as chemical existence of, 11. 92; in Arabian philo Shelley, XXI. 791.

element, v. 529; cyanide of, xx. 23; sophy, II. 266; Aristotle's ideas of, 11. GODWINE, earl of the West-Saxons, X. as mineral, XVI. 382; adulteration 522; Baader on our knowledge of, 719; VII. 682; VIII, 288, 289, 290. of, 1. 176; in alchemy, 1. 464; assay of III. 174; Celsus on, V. 296; Samuel GODWIT, bird, x. 720.

alloys, II. 724; coinage, XVI. 482; Clarke on the existence of, v. 812; GOMËAGOT, legendary giant, X. 172. effect of discoveries on commerce, VI. Comte's views, VI. 237; Descartes on GOES, town, Holland, x. 720.

206; in relation to exchange, VIII.

789; its use as money, XVI. 723; ores GOLDONI, Carlo, Italian dramatist, X. GOMORRAH, of Scripture, VII. 2. of, xvi. 58; dressing of ores, XVI. 465; 759; VII. 419; XIII. 513.

GOMPA, town, on the Niger, Africa, production of, iv. 518 ; XVI. 467; GOLD PLATE, XIX. 178.

XVII. 497 production in England, VIII. 229; GOLDSCHMIDT, Hermann, German GOMPERTZ'S LAW, of mortality, Il. 85. supply of, xvi. 728; its value in rela painter and astronomer, X. 760. GOMPHI, pass, Thessaly, Greece, xxIII. tion to silver, XVI. 729, 735; XXII. 73; Joannes, Lutheran divine, III. 89. 299. in Australia, iii. 109; in Austria, III. Meyer Aron, Danish novelist, vii. GONCHAROFF, Ivan A., Russian novelist, 120; in Bolivia, iv. 13; in Brazil, iv. 93.

XXI. 108. 224; in British Columbia, Vi. 169; in GOLDSINNY, fish, xxiv. 686.

GONDA, district, India, x. 769; town, California, I. 716; IV. 701; in Celebes, GOLDSMITH, Oliver, English writer, x.

X. 770. V. 288; in Colombia, South America, 760; as dramatist, VII. 438; as satirist, GONDAR, town, Abyssinia, X. 770; 1. VI. 154; in Colorado, VI. 161; in India, XXI. 320; his place in English litera 64. XII. 765; in Ireland, xili 218; in

ture, VIII. 429, 431.

GONDEMAR, founder of the Montserrat Japan, XII. 572; in Khotan, East GOLDSTÜCKER, Theodor, German Orien monastery, XVI. 797. Turkestan, xiv. 67; in Mexico, XVI. talist, X. 764.

GONDI, Jean François Paul de, Cardinal 216; in New South Wales, XVII. 409; GOLD THREAD, XXIII. 209.

de Retz, XX. 488. in New Zealand, XVII 467 ; in GOLD WIRE, XXIV. 615; ancient manu GONDOKORO (Ismailia), town, Upper Philippine Islands, XVIII. 750 ; in facture of, XXIII. 210.

Egypt, XIII. 388; XVII. 506. Russia, XXI. 85; in Siberia, xx. 4, 10; GOLETTA, seaport, Tunis, xxIII. 621. GONDOLA, Venetian boat, xxiv. 157. XXIII. 511; xxiv. 742; in United GOLF, game, x. 765.

Giovanni, Dalmatian poet, XI. States, XX111.811, 814; in Ural Moun | GOLIARDI, mediæval song-writers, xx. 278. tains, xxiv. 5; in Venezuela, XXIV 383

GONDOMAR, Spanish ambassador, as140; in Victoria, xxiv. 216.

GOLIAS EPISCOPUS, early English work, saulted by Lithgow, xiv. 696. GOLDAST, Melchior Haiminsfeld, Ger

XV. 523.

GONDOPHARES, king of Indo-Scythia, man historian, X. 754.

GOLIATH'S CASTLE, Jerusalem, XIII. XVIII. 603; XXIII. 308. GOLDBEATING, X. 752.

642.

GONDS, tribe, India, X. 770. GOLDBERG, town, Prussia, X. 755; Trot- GOLITZIN, Vasilii, Russian minister, XXI. GONDWANA, country, Central India, X. zendorff's school at, xxIII. 589. 96.

770. GOLD CLOTH, XXIII. 210.

GOLIUS, Jacobus, Dutch Orientalist, X. GONG, sound-producing instrument, X. GOLD COAST, West Africa, X. 755; I.

768.

771; made of bronze, iv. 366. 269.

GÖLLNITZ, or Gölnitz, town, Hungary, GONGORA Y ARGOTE, Luis de, Spanish GOLDEN Ass, Apuleius's work, II. 215.

X. 768.

poet, X. 771; XXII. 357, 360. GOLDEN BULL, X. 757; of the empire GOLLNow, town, Prussia, X. 768. GONIDIA, cells in lichens, XIV. 556.

(1356), x. 757, 495; V. 413; charter of GÖLNITZ, Golniczbanya, town, GONIOMETER, for measuring angles of Hungary (1222), XII. 368. Hungary, X. 768.

crystals, x. 771; VI. 677; XVI. 362; GOLDEN CHERSONESE, or Malay Pen- GOLOVNIN, Vasily Mikhailovich, Russian its use in optics, XVII. 800. insula, XV. 321; XX. 93.

admiral, x. 768.

GONORRHA, disease, xxII. 686. GOLDEN EAGLE, VII. 590; XIV. 244.

GOLSPIE, town, Scotland, XXII. 727. GONSALVI, Ercole, cardinal, vi. 290. GOLDEN-EYE, bird, x. 757.

GOLTZ, Bogumil, German satirist, x. GONSALVO CORDOVA, Spanish GOLDEN FLEECE, of Greek legend, 11. 768.

general, x. 773. 496; XIII. 596; XV. 776.

GOLTZIUS, Hendrik, Dutch painter and GONYLEPTIDES, family of Arachnida, GOLDEN FLEECE, Spanish order of engraver, X. 768.

II. 279. knighthood, iv. 395; XXII. 303. GOLUNDA, genus of rodent mammals GONZAGA, Italian princely family, X. GOLDEN GATE, San Francisco, XXI. 262. XVII. 6.

772; XV. 504. GOLDEN HIND, Drake's ship, VII. 390. GOMAL, river, Afghanistan, I. 230.

Thomaz Antonio, Portuguese poet, GOLDEN HORDE, of Mongols, VI. 587; GOMARA (Kaffa), district, Abyssinia,

X. 772.
XVI. 746.
XIII. 816.

Vincenzo, patron of Rubens, XXI. GOLDEN HORN, at Constantinople, Vi. GOMARUS, or Gomar, Francis, Dutch 41. 302; origin of the name, iv. 615. theologian, x. 769; XII. 78.

GONZALES, Diego, Spanish writer, XXII. GOLDEN LEGEND, Longfellow's poem, GOMBE, town, Sokoto, Africa, XXII. 361. XIV. 861. 279.

Sebastian, Portuguese pirate, xvII. GOLDEN LEGEND, of Voragine, xxiv. GOMBIN, town, Russian Poland, XXIV. 524. 297.

375.

GONZALO DE BERCEO, Spanish mystic GOLDEN NUMBER, in calendar, iv. 670. GOMBROON, town, Persia, XVII. 857. and poet, X. 773. GOLDEN ORIOLE, bird, XII. 696.

WARE, pottery, XIX. 621.

GONZALO FERNANDEZ Y AGUILAR GOLDEN PLOVER, bird, xiv. 308. GOMEL, town, Russia, XII. 108.

(Gonsalvo de Cordova), Spanish GOLDEN ROSE, papal gift, X. 758. GOMER, of Scripture, X. 769.

general, x. 773. GOLDEN SYRUP, XXII. 627.

(Gimirræ), people, in Asia Minor, GOOD, The, in ethics, viii. 574; XVIII. GOLDFINCH, bird, x. 758; XXII. 99. XV. 100.

686; Hutcheson's theory of, XII. 410; GOLDFISH, X. 759.

GOMERA, one of the Canary Islands, iv. Schleiermacher's theory, XXI. 412; GOLD Hill, town, Nevada, U.S.A., X. 800.

Socratic theory, XXII. 237; Stoic 759; XVII. 368.

GOMEZ, Antonio Enriquez, Spanish theory, XXII. 568; Zoroastrian docGOLDINGEN, town, Russia, X. 759. dramatist, VIII. 449.

trine, xxiv. 822. GOLD INK, XIII. 81.

Sebastian, Spanish painter, xvII. John Mason, English writer, X. GOLD LACE, X. 753.

56.

773. GOLD-MINING, IV. 701; X. 745. See DE Silva, Ruy, Spanish minister, FRIDAY, X. 774. also Mining.

XVIII. 744.

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Parley), American writer, X. 774; XI. GORDON'S HOSPITAL, Aberdeen, Scot- GOSAIN THAN, mountain, Nepal, xvii. 537. land, 1. 40.

340. GOODSIR, John, Scottish anatomist, X. GORE, of a balloon, I. 206.

GÖSCHENEN, town, Switzerland, xxiv. 775

Catherine Grace, English novelist, GOOD TEMPLAR SOCIETIES, for pro x. 783.

GOSFORTH, Cumberland, England, moting temperance, XXIII. 159. GOREE, island and town, West Africa, Sculptured cross at, XXI. 557. GOODWIN, Thomas, English Puritan X. 784; XXI. 660.

Gos-Hawk, bird, x. 788. divine, x. 776; XII. 728.

GORE HOUSE, Kensington, London, 111. GOSHEN, district of ancient Egypt, x. GOODWOOD RACES, England, XII. 202. 825.

788; XX. 265. GOOD WORDS, magazine, XV. 163. GOREY, town, Ireland, xxiv. 521. GOSIA, Martinus, Italian jurist, IV. 517. GOODWYN, Henry, his mathematical GÖRGEI, Arthur, Hungarian general, GOSLAR, town, Prussia, x. 789. tables, xxIII. 8, 13.

XII. 372.

GOSLARITE, mineral, XVI. 401. GOOGE, Barnabe, English pastoral poet, GORGES, Sir Ferdinando, settler in Goslicki, Wawrzyniec (Grimalius Gos

XVIII. 345; on husbandry, 1. 296. Maine and New Hampshire, U.S.A., licius), Polish scholar, x. 789. GOOJRANWALA (Gujranwala), district, XV. 301; XVII. 393.

GOSPEL, St Paul's teaching of the, India, XI. 273; XX. 109; town, XI. GORGIAS, Plato's dialogue, xix. 203.

XVIII. 425. 273.

of Leontini, Sicilian rhetorician OF THE HEBREWS, X. 818. GOOJRAT, district, India, XI. 273; XX. and sophist, X. 784; XX. 509; XXII. GOSPELS, The, X. 789; their testimony 109; town, XI. 274. 16, 264 ; his theses on sceptical to Jesus Christ, XIII.

659; the GOOLE, town, England, x. 776.

nihilism, XXI. 379.

Synoptic, III. 643; apocryphal, II. GooRA NUT, XVII. 664.

GORGON, in Greek mythology, x. 784; 184; Lindisfarne and Rushworth's GOORDASPOOR (Gurdaspur), district, XVIII. 560.

MSS. of, viii. 382; Syriac versions, India, XI. 331; XX. 109.

GORGONA, island, Italy, XIII. 440. XXII. 824; Baur on, III. 449. GOORGAON, district, India, XI. 331; XX. GORGONZOLA CHEESE, XIII. 452. GOSPEL SONNETS, Ralph Erskine's, VIII. 109. GORI, town, Georgia, Russia, x. 785;

529. GOORKHAS, Nepalese race, XII. 805; XXIII. 514.

GOSPORT, town, England, x. 843; xix. XVII. 341.

GORILLA, ape, 11. 150; relation of man 534. GOOSANDER, bird, xvi. 35.

to, II. 108; skeleton of, 11. 162. GOSSART, Jan, Flemish painter, X. GOOSE, bird, x. 777; XIX. 647.

GORITSA, or Koritsa, town, Turkey, Xiv. 843. GOOSEBERRY, fruit, X. 779; XII. 271. 141.

GOSSE, W. C., his explorations in GOPHER, land-tortoise, X. 780. GÖRız, town, Austria, x. 788.

Australia, III. 106. GÖPPINGEN, town, Würtemberg, X. 780; GORKHALIS, or Goorkhas, Nepalese race, GOSSELIES, town, Belgium, x. 844. population, xxiv. 701.

XVII. 341.

GOSSELIN, Henri, pianoforte maker, GoPro, lake, Russian Poland, xix. GORKI, town, Russia, xvi. 543.

XIX. 72. 307.

GORKUM, or Gorcum, town, Holland, x. GÖSSNITZ, town, Germany, XXI. 347. GORA KALWARIA, town, Russian Poland, 781.

GOSSYPIUM, cotton plant, VI. 482. XXIV. 375.

GÖRLITZ, town, Prussia, x. 785; XXII. GOSTLING, John, royal chorister, XX. GORAKHPUR, district and town, India, 53.

I12. x. 780. GORNU, town, Bornu, Africa, iv. 61.

GOSTYNIN, town, Russian Poland, xxiv. GORAMY, fish, x. 781. GORODISCHE, Russia, Anthracite mines

375. GORBODUC, T. Sackville's drama, VII. of, xv. 60.

GOSZCZYNSKI, Severin, poet of the 428.

GORODISHTCHE, town, Russia, XVIII. Ukraine, XIX. 304. GORCHAKOV (Gortschakoff), Russian 515.

GÖTA, river, Sweden, XXII. 736. noble family, X. 787.

GORODNYA, town, Russia, XXIII. 96. GÖTALAND, division of Sweden, xxII. GORCUM, town, Holland, x. 781. GORODOK, town, Russia, XXIV. 262. 736. GORDIAN III., Roman emperor, X. 781; GORONTALO, department, Celebes, v. GOTAMA, or Gautama, the Buddha, IV. 712. 289.

XIV, 226. KNOT, I. 481; X. 781.

BAY, Celebes, V. 287.

GOTARZES, Parthian king, xvIII. 601. GORDIANUS, three Roman emperors, GÖRRES, Joseph Johann, German GÖTEBORG (Gothenburg), county and X. 781. political writer, x. 786.

town, Sweden, X. 845; XXII. 741. GORDIUM, ancient town, Bithynia, x. GORSE, shrub, ix. 851; as forage plant, GOTESCHALCUS, Fulgentius (Gott781. 1. 378.

schalk), German theologian, X. 855. GORDIUS, Phrygian king, XVIII. 849. GORSEDD, Welsh assembly, VII. 791. GOTHA, duchy, Germany, XXI. 347. genus of nematode worms, XVII. GORT, village, Ireland, x. 56.

-, town, Germany, X. 844; XXI. 347; 325.

GORTHO, or Corinth (q.v.), town, Greece, libraries, xiv. 527, 546; observatory, GORDON, Alexander, Scottish antiquary, VI. 397.

XVII. 712. X. 781.

GORTSCHAKOFF, Mikhail Dimitrievich, GOTHENBURG, county, Sweden, X. 845; Bernard, early Scottish writer on Russian general, x. 787.

XXII. 742. medicine, xv. 807.

Petr Dimitrievich, Russian gen , town, Sweden, X. 845; XXII. 742; Charles George, organizer of eral, x. 787.

liquor law system of, xiv. 688. Chinese troops, V. 652.

GORTYNA, or Gortyn, ancient town, GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE, use of the Lord George, x. 782 ; Erskine's Crete, x. 787.

term, II. 423. defence of, vill. 530.

GÖRTZ, or Görz, town, Austria, x. 788. GOTHIC LANGUAGE, X. 852; XVIII. Sir John Watson, Scottish painter, Baron von, adviser of Charles 785; in relation to Scandinavian X. 782. XII. of Sweden, v. 421.

tongues, XXI. 367; dictionaries of Patrick, Russian general, x. 783. GÖRZ, crown land, Austria, x. 787; language, VII. 186. Riots, London, x. 782. town, X. 788.

GOTHIC MSS., XVIII. 148.

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GÖTHITE, mineral, xvi. 387.

GOULBURN, river, Victoria, Australia, GOZLAN, Léon, French novelist and GOTHLAND SEA LAWS, XXI. 585.

XXIV. 215.

dramatist, XI. 23. GOTHOFRED, noble French family, x. GOULD, Augustus Addison, American Gozo, island, Mediterranean Sea, xv. 846. conchologist, XI. 3.

339. Goths, X. 846; under Alaric, l. 442; John, on birds, XVIII. 12.

Gozzi, Carlo, Count, Italian dramatist, introduction of Christianity among Gour, or Gaur, mediæval town, India, XI. 24; VII. 419. them, XXIII. 719; in Germany, X.

Gasparo, Count, Italian critic, XI. 475; their invasions of Greece, XI. > or Ghor, territory, Afghanistan, X. 24; XIII. 512. 109, 112; of Naples, XVII. 191; of 569.

GOZZOLI, Benozzo, Italian painter, XI. the Roman empire, xx. 777, 782; in GOURA, genus of birds, xix. 85.

24; IX. 773 Italy, XIII. 467; XVII. 233; in GOURAMY, fish, x. 781.

GRAAF, Regnier de, Dutch anatomist, I. Sweden, XXII. 744; under Theodosius GOURD, plant, XI. 4; XII. 283.

812. I., XXIII. 258; Jordanes's history of, GOURDON GOLD CUP AND TRAY, XIX. GRAAF-REINET, district, Cape Colony, XIII. 747 183.

V. 45 Eastern, or Ostrogoths, Law code GOURGAUD, Gaspard, Baron, French GRAAH, Captain, Danish Northern exfor the, XXI. 216. general, XI. 5.

plorer, XIX. 320. West, or Visigoths, their conquest GOURNAY, Jean V., French economist, GRAAL, or Grail, The Holy, in mediæval of Spain, XXII. 308. XIX. 361.

legend, XI. 34; VIII. 408; XX. 644. GOTLAND, county, Sweden, XXII. 741. GOUROCK, town, Scotland, xx. 396. GRABE, Johann Ernst, Anglican divine, island, Baltic Sea, XXII. 737. GOUT, disease, XI. 5; XVIII. 388; diet

XI. 25. Goto, islands, Japan, XIII. 569.

in, vii. 206.

GRABOW, town, Prussia, XI. 25; XXII. Gott, John, his electric telegraph test, Rheumatic, disease, xx. 518.

543. XXIII. 118.

GOUTTES D'EAU, colourless topaz, GRABOWSKI, Michael, poet of the GOTTESFREUNDE, German mystics, XXIII. 446.

Ukraine, XIX. 305. XVII. 133.

GOUVION SAINT CYR, Laurent, Marquis GRABUSA, fortress, Crete, Vi. 570. GOTTESGABE, town, Germany, VIII. de, French marshal, xi. 8.

GRACCHUS, Roman family, XI. 25; XX. 533.

GOUWE, Ter (Gouda), town, Holland, GOTTESHAUSBUND, league, Switzerland,

Tiberius, Roman general, in Spain, XI. 205; XXII. 789.

GOVERNMENT, XI. 9; origin of, viii. XXII. 306. GOTTFRIED of Strasburg, German 'poet, 620; in relation to law, xiv. 357, 366; GRACES, in Greek mythology, XI. 26. X. 854, 524.

British ministry, xvi. 472 ; Chinese GRACIAN, Baltazar, Spanish writer, Xi. Johann, German sculptor, XXI. principles of, v. 667; influence of

27; XXII. 360. 566.

Christianity on, v. 697 ; federal, ix. GRACIAS, department, Honduras, XII. GOTTHARD, St, tunnel, Switzerland, 61; Moslem form of, XVI. 589; repre 132. XXIII. 624.

sentative, XVIII. 302 ; Bentham's GRACIOSA, island, Azores, III. 172. GOTTHELF, Jeremias (Albert Bitzius), views of, iii. 576; Confucius's theory island, Canaries, iv. 800. Swiss writer, XXII. 799.

of, vi. 261; Locke's treatise on, xiv. GRACKLE, bird, XI. 26. GÖTTINGEN, town, Prussia, X. 854; 756; Machiavelli's discourse on, xv. GRACULA, genus of birds, XI. 26.

library, xiv. 527, 546; observatory, 150 ; Plato on, XIX. 208 ; Zachariae GRADENIGO, Pietro, doge of Venice, XVII. 712; university, XXIII. 847. on, XXIV. 762.

XXIV. 143 GOTTORP, castle, Schleswig, XXI. 414. Church, V. 759.

GRADIENTS, Atmospheric, in meteoroGLOBE, X. 683.

STATISTICAL RETURNS, XXII. logy, XIX. 241. GOTTSCHALK, German theologian, x. 464.

GRADIJSK, town, Russia, XIX. 410. 855.

GOVERNOR, Roman provincial, xix. GRADIRHAUS, for salt-making, XXI. GOTTSCHALL, Rudolf, German writer, 885.

232. X. 545, 546.

in mechanics, xv. 768; XXII. 505. GRADISCA, crown land, Austria, X. 787. GOTTSCHED, Johann Christoph, German GOVIND RAI, Sikh ruler, India, xx. town, Austria, XI. 27. writer and critic, x. 856, 533; VII.

GRADIVUS, epithet of Mars, Roman god, 441; XIV. 479. GOWAN, or Daisy, plant, vi. 773.

XV. 570. GOTTSKALKSSON, Odd, Icelandic re GOWER, Lord Francis Leveson, earl of GRADUAL, Graduale, liturgical ligious writer, xii. 626. Ellesmere, vill. 148.

service book, xiv. 710; XVI. 508. Götz, Johann Nikolaus, German poet, John, English poet, XI. 21; VIII. GRADUATION, of mathematical instruX. 856. 412.

ments, XI. 27. VON BERLICHINGEN, Goethe's GOWHATTY (Gauhati), town, Assam, House, for salt-making, XXI. 231. play, X. 724.

India, X. III.

GRÆÆ, of Greek legend, xvIII. 560. GOUDA, town, Holland, XI. I.

GOWRIE, Carse of, Scotland, xvIII. 666. GRÆCIA, Magna, part of ancient Italy, GOUDIMEL, Claude, French musical CONSPIRACY (1600), in Scottish XI. 30, 95. composer, XI. I; XVII. 84.

history, XIII. 558; XXI. 509.

GRÆCOSTASIS, platform, in ancient GOUGE, cutting tool, XI. 437.

GOYA, town, Argentine Republic, XI. 22. Rome, xx. 816. GOUGH, Viscount, British general, GOYANNA, town, Brazil, xl. 22. GRÆVIUS, Johann Georg, German

GOYA Y LUCIENTES, Francisco, Spanish scholar, XI. 31. - Richard, English antiquary, XI. painter and caricaturist, XI. 22; v. GRAF, K. H., on the Pentateuch, xvIII.

104; XXI. 440.

509. GOUJET, Claude Pierre, French abbé Goyaz, province and town, Brazil, xi. GRÄFE, Albrecht von, German oculist, and writer, XI. 3.

23. GOUJON, Jean, French sculptor, XI. 3; GOYEN, Jan Josephszoon van, Dutch Heinrich, German educationist, XXI. 563.

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