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painter, XI. 400. HALSTEAD, town, England, XI. 400. HALTICA, genus of insects, xxIII. 668. HALY, Persian physician, xv. 805. HALYBURTON, Andrew, early Scottish writer, XXI. 541.

Thomas, Scottish divine, XI. 400. HALYS (Kizil Irmak), river, Asia Minor,

II. 707; XVIII. 227. HAM, of Scripture, XI. 401; 523.

town, France, XI. 401; Louis Napoleon's imprisonment at, XVII.

227. HAMADAN, town, Persia, XI. 401; VII.

621; XVIII. 626, 628; colossal lion at,

XVIII. 564. HAMADRYADS, in Greek mythology,

VII. 487; XVII. 688. HAMADRYAS, genus of snakes, XXII.

196. HAMAH, town, Syria, XI. 401. HAMALANT, early German state, xxi.

215. HAMAMET, Hammamet, town,

North Africa, XI. 366; XXIII. 620. HAMAN, of Scripture, VIII. 560. HAMANN, Johann Georg, German

philosopher and theologian, XI. 402;

XVII. 135. HAMARTITE, mineral, xvi. 383. HAMASAH, or Hamasa, collection of

Arabic poems, XI. 402; 1. 61; II. 263;

XVI. 539, 595. HAMATH, or Hamah, town, Syria, XI.

401; XXII. 822. HAMBATO, or Ambato, town, Ecuador, 1.

659. HAMBURG, state, Germany, XI. 403.

free city, Germany, XI. 404, 450; libraries, xiv. 546; newspapers, XVII.

429; observatory, XVII. 712. HAM COMMON, town, England, XXII.

694. HAMELN, town, Hanover, Germany, XI.

409. HAMERLING, Robert, German poet, X.

546. HAMESUCKEN, crime, in Scots law, iv.

534. HAMI, town, Central Asia, XI. 409. HAMID BEY, Turkish dramatist, XXIII.

656. HAMILCAR BARCA, Carthaginian gen

eral, XI. 409; XX. 747; in Spain,

XXII. 305.
HAMILTON, town, Scotland, xi. 410.

town, Bermudas, III. 599.
-, town, Ontario, Canada, Xi. 411;
XVII. 775.

town, New York, U.S.A., XI. 411.

town, Ohio, U.S.A., XI. 411.
town, Victoria, XI. 411.
river, Labrador, xiv. 175.
Mount, California, XXIII. 801;

telescope in observatory on, XXIII. HAMMERED METAL-WORK, XVI. 72. 151.

HAMMERFEST, town, Norway, XI. 426. HAMILTON, Alexander, American jurist HAMMERHEAD SHARK, fish, XII. 685;

and statesman, XI. 412; XIX. 384; XXI. 776. XXIII. 755; his historical sketches, I. HAMMERKEN (Thomas a Kempis), medi721.

æval writer, XIV. 31. -, Anthony, French courtier and HAMMERKOP, bird, xxII. 578. writer, XI. 414, 44.

HAMMER-PURGSTALL, Joseph von, Arthur, assassin of the regent Austrian Orientalist, XI. 426. Murray, XVII. 62; XXI. 506.

HAMMERSMITH, suburb of London, XI. Elizabeth, Scottish authoress, xi.

427; XIV. 822. 414.

HAMMOCK, Life-saving, xiv. 573. Emma, Lady, friend of Lord Nel- HAMMOND, Henry, English Royalist son, XI. 421; XVII. 323; XX. 839. divine, XI. 427; hymn-writer, XII.

James, teacher of languages, XI. 594. 415.

HAMMUDITES, Arab dynasty in Spain, John, archbishop of St Andrews,

XXII. 315. early Scottish writer, XXI. 541. HAMOAZE, harbour, England, Patrick, Scottish Reformer and

315. martyr, XI. 415; his influence on HAMON, Jean Louis, French painter, XI. Alesius, I. 478.

428. Robert, Scottish political econo HAMPDEN, John, English Parliamenmist, XI. 415.

tarian, XI. 428; VIII. 346. Thomas, Scottish novelist and Renn Dickson, bishop of Hereford, critic, XI. 416.

William (1704-1754), Scottish poet, HAMPSHIRE, county, England, xl. 430; XI. 421.

population and representation, XXIII. Sir William (1730-1803), anti 727. quary and art collector, XI. 420. HAMPSTEAD, suburb of London, XI. Sir William (1788-1856), Scottish

432; XIV. 822. metaphysician, xl. 416; on aesthetics, HEATH, near London, xiv. 824. 1. 222; on analogy, 1. 791; his criti- HAMPTON, town, England, xi. 432. cism of Cousin, vi. 527; on induction COURT CONFERENCE (1604), VIII. and deduction, 1. 797; his relation to 377; XIX. 686. Jacobi's theories, XIII. 537; his logic, COURT PALACE, England, XI. 432; XIV. 799; on mental reproduction, II. XX. 545; cartoons at, XVII. 38; maze 730; his view of psychology, XX. 38; in gardens at, XIV. 181; picture gallery, on scepticism, XXI. 382.

XXI. 445; tapestry in, XXIII. 212. William Gerard, English politician, HAMPTON'S PARACHUTE, I. 201. IV. 540.

HAMPTON Wick, town, England, XXII. Sir William Rowan, mathema 694. tician, XI. 421; on the solution of HAMRA, town, Egypt, vil. 775. equations, I. 516; his invention of the HAMSTER, rodent mammal, xl. 433; hodograph, XII. 41; his investigations XV. 419; skins of, ix. 838. on light, xiv. 597; inventor of qua- HAMUN, swamp, Sistan, Persia, xvIII. ternions, xx. 160.

620; XXII. 100. COLLEGE, New York, Observatory HAMZA B. ABDALMOTTALIB, uncle of at, XVII. 715.

Mohammed, XVI. 550, 556. HAMILTONIAN SYSTEM, of teaching HAMZE B. ALI B. AHMED, Druse chief, languages, XI. 415.

VII. 484. HAMIRPUR, district and town, India, HANAFITES, Moslem sect, xvi. 593;

XXII. 661. HAMITIC LANGUAGES, XVIII. 778; their HANAKS, tribe, Moravia, xvi. 811. relation to Semitic, XXI. 642.

HANAP, tankard, xix. 186. HAMLET, or Amleth, prince of Den- HANAU, town, Prussia, XI. 433. mark, XI. 423.

HANBALITES, Moslem sect, XVI. 593; Shakespeare's play, XXI. 764.

XXII. 661. HAMM, town, Prussia, Xl. 424.

HANCOCK, John, American statesman, HAMMAD, Arabic rhapsodist, XVI. 536. XI. 433; XV. 616; XXIII. 738. HAMMAM AL-ANF, spa, Tunis, XXIII. Winfield Scott, American general, 620.

XXIII. 785, 789. HAMMAMET, town, Tunis, XXIII. 620. HAND, Human, 1. 827; joints of, 1. 839; HAMMARSKÖLD,

Swedish sense of touch in, XXIII. 480. writer, XI. 424; XXII. 757.

of mammals, XV. 359. HAMME, town, Belgium, XI. 424. HANDECK, waterfall, Switzerland, xxII. HAMMER, XI. 425.

777. Steam, IX. 413; XIII. 328.

HANDEL, George Frederick, German

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musical composer, XI. 433; character | HANSE, association of free burghs, Scot- | HARAM, sanctuary, Jerusalem, XIII. of his music, XVII. 90. land, iv. 64.

637. HAND-GRASPING, form of salutation, HANSEATIC LEAGUE, Germany, XI. 449; HARAN, district, Mesopotamia, XI. XXI. 237

X. 493, 495, 501; XV. 32; early com 454. HANDICAPPING, in horse racing, XII. merce of, vi. 200

HARANT, Christopher, Bohemian HANSE MERCHANTS, in London, xxII. traveller and writer, XXII. 152. HANDSEL MONDAY, XVII. 450.

528.

HARAPPA, town, India, XVI. 789. HAND TOOLS, XI. 436; for mining, XVI. | HANSEN, Mauritz Christopher, Nor- | HARAR, town, North-East Africa, XI. 444. wegian poet, XVII. 590.

454; language of, xxi. 656. HANDWRITING, XVIII. 143; different Peter Andreas, Danish astronomer, HARBOURS, XI. 455. kinds of, xxIII. 682.

XI. 451; on the lunar theory, XVI. HARBURG, town, Hanover, Germany, HANDY ANDY, Lover's novel, XV. 29.

his formula for meridian transits,

XI. 472. HANG-CHOW-Foo, or Hang-Chow, town, XXIII. 516.

HARCLAY, Sir Andrew, degraded from China, XI. 439; v. 636; XXIV. 728. HANSE TOWNS, Germany, XI. 450; XV. knighthood, XIV. 125. HANGENDENLISSEN (Fünfhaus), suburb 32.

HARCOURT, Marquis d', French diploof Vienna, ix. 827.

HAN-SIRO, Japanese Roman Catholic matist, ix. 580. HANGEST, Helène de, French potter, missionary, XXIV. 717.

HARDANGER FJORD, Norway, XVII. XIX. 629.

HANSTEEN, Christopher, Norwegian 576. HANGING, Death from, XV. 781.

astronomer and physicist, XI. 452; HARD CASH, Reade's novel, xx. 303. Hills, Connecticut, XXIII. 795. XVII. 592; his researches in magnetism, HARDENBERG, Friedrich von (Novalis), HANGINGS, Ancient textile, XXIII. 208; XV. 237, 249.

German poet and philosopher, XI. for wall decoration, XVII. 38.

HANS WURST, of the German drama, 472; X. 542; hymns by, XII. 588. HANG-SHAN, mountain, China, v. 637.

Karl August, Prussian statesman, HAN-HAI (Gobi), desert, Central Asia, HANTHAWADY, district, Burmah, xx. XI. 472; XX. II.

271.

HARDENING, of metals, XXII. 599. HANIANG, town, Corea, Vi. 391. HANTS, or Hampshire, county, England, HARDERWIJK, town, Holland, XI. 473; HANIFS, Arab sect, XVI. 546, 548.

XI. 430; XXIII. 727.

university of, xxIII. 850. HANKA, Wenceslaus, Bohemian philo- HANUMAN-NATAKA, Sanskrit drama, HARDHON, African lizard, xiv. 737. logist, XI. 440; XX11. 151.

XXI. 286.

HARDICANUTE, or Hardiknut, Danish HAN-KEANG, river, China, v. 632. HANUSCH, Ignaz Johann, Bohemian king of England, Xi. 473; VIII. 289. HANKOW, town, China, XI. 440; V. philosopher, XI. 452.

HARDING, James Duffield, English 637.

HANWAY, Jonas, English traveller and painter, XI. 473; XIV. 701. HANLEY, town, England, XI. 440; XXII. philanthropist, XI. 452; in Persia, or Hardyng, John, early English 442.

XVIII. 643; XX. 286; his umbrella, chronicler, XI. 475; XIV. 256.
HANNA, plain, Moravia, XVI. 810.
XXIII. 723.

Stephen, Benedictine monk, III. HANNANA, Syriac writer, XXII. 837. Hao, islets, Tuamotu, South Pacific,

601. HANNASI, Rabbi Yehudah, editor of XXIII. 602.

HARDINGE, Viscount, English general, the Mishnah, XX. 190. HAPALE, genus of apes, II. 155.

XI. 474 HANNAY, James, Scottish critic and HAPALEMUR, genus of lemurs, XIV. HARDINGSTONE, town, England, xvII. novelist, XI. 441. 442.

556. Patrick, Scottish poet, XXI. 543. HAPALINÆ, HAPALIDÆ, group of apes, HARDNESS, of minerals, XVI. 378. HANNIBAL, Carthaginian general, XI. II. 154; XV. 444.

of water, XXIV. 399, 409. 441; V. 161; his contests with Rome, HAPALODERMA, genus of birds, xxIII. HARDOI, district, India, XI. 474. XX. 749; his destruction of Selinus,

584.

HARDOUIN, Jean, French scholar, xi. XXI. 633; in Spain, XXII. 305. HAPALOPTILA, genus of birds, xx. 101. 474.

, town, Missouri, U.S.A., XI. 445; HAPALOTIS, genus of rodent mammals, HARDRADA, Harold, Norse king, XI. XVI. 526. XVII. 6.

484; XVII. 587. HANNINGTON, Bishop, place of his HAPARANDA, town, Sweden, XI. 453. HARDT, Hermann von der, German murder, XXIII. 718.

HAPI (A pis), Egyptian divinity, II. 173; Orientalist, XI. 475. HANNO, Carthaginian general, XI. 445.

VII. 717

HARDWAR, town, India, XI. 475; XXI. king of Carthage, XI. 445; V. 160; HAPLOCYTA, order of Protozoa, xix. 152. his voyage of discovery, X. 175.

853

HARDY, Alexandre, French dramatist, Periplus of, 1. 245; X. 175; XI. 445. HAPLODONTIDÆ, family of rodent XI. 475; IX. 657. HA-NOI, town, Tong-King, VI. 96; mammals, XV. 418.

HARDYNG, John, early English chroniXXIII. 440.

HAPLOMORPHA, suborder of Mollusca, cler, XI. 475; on the claim of Henry HANOVER, province, Germany, XI. 446; XVI. 656.

IV. of England, xiv. 256. XX. 14, 16.

HAPOOR, or Hapur, town, India, XI. HARE, rodent mammal, XI. 476; xv. town, Germany, XI. 448; xx. 16; 454.

421; coursing of the, VI. 515; hunting, libraries, XIV. 546; newspapers, XVII. HAPPINESS, in ethics, viii. 582, 585. XII. 396; shooting of, XXI. 834; Arctic, 429.

HAPSBURG, German family and Austrian colour of, XVI. 343; Belgian, XX. 193; House of, succeeds to the English dynasty, XI. 453; III. 124; X. 496; in Sumatran, XXII. 640. throne, viii. 354.

Spain, XXII. 327; its connexion with Jumping, of South Africa, XIII. ISLAND, Patagonia, XVIII. 352. Switzerland, XXII. 781.

626. HANSA, or Hanseatic League (q.v.), Ger- | HAPUR, town, India, XI. 454.

Alexander, English adventurer, many, XI. 449. HAR, Egyptian divinity, VII. 717.

XIV. 27. HANSARD, Luke, English printer, XI. HARAM, sacred territory, Arabia, 11. 236; Augustus William, English divine, 449. XV. 669, 670.

XI. 477

III.

336.

1. 66.

HARE, Julius Charles, English theologi. | HARMONIUM, musical instrument, XI. HARRAN, or Haran, ancient town, Mesocal writer, XI. 477. 483.

potamia, XI. 454; XVI. 48; bilingual HAREBELL, plant, XI. 478.

HARMONY, of colours, Psychological inscription of, XXI. 651. HAREEK, mountains and oasis, Arabia, analysis of, xx. 69.

HARRANIANS, sect of Mesopotamia, XXI. II. 240, 254.

Musical, vii. 593; XVII. 77; prin 128. HAREEREE, or Hariri, Arabic writer, XI. ciples of, I. 107; Greek notions of, HARRIER, bird, XI. 491. 479; II. 265.

II. 524; psychological analysis of per dog, VII. 329; XII. 316. HAREFOOT (Harold I.), king of England, ception of, xx. 69; treatise on, by HARRINGTON, James, English political XI. 485. Alfred Day, XVII. 100.

writer, XI. 492. HAREM, or Seraglio, XI. 478.

Pre-established, Leibnitz's doctrine HARRIOT, Thomas, English mathematiHAREN, Onno Zwier van, Dutch poet,

of, XIV. 421.

cian, XI. 493; his discoveries in XII. 96.

HARMOSIA (Ormus), ancient town, algebra, I. 514. Willem van, Dutch poet, XII. 96. Persia, xvII. 856.

HARRIS, part of island, Hebrides, ScotHAREWOOD CASTLE, Yorkshire, Eng- HARMOTOME, mineral, xvi. 423.

land, XIV. 492. land, xxiv. 749. HARNESS, saddlery, XXI. 142.

Howell, Welsh Methodist preacher, HARFLEUR, town, France, XI. 478.

HORSE, XII. 191.

XVI. 193. HAR GOVIND, Sikh ruler, India, xx. HARNEY, Mount, Rocky Mountains, James, earl of Malmesbury, xv.

U.S.A., XXIII. 797. HARGRAVES, E., discoverer of gold in HARO, town, Spain, XI. 484.

James, English grammarian, xi. Australia, III. 114.

Luis de, Spanish minister, XXII. 493. —James, inventor of spinning jenny, 332.

John(c. 1667-1719), English writer, II. 541; VI. 490; XVII. 600.

ISLANDS, Washington Territory, XI. 493; editor of the Lexicon TechniHARIANA, district, India, XI. 479; XX. U.S.A., XXI. 266.

cum, VIII. 195. 624.

HAROLD I., king of England, xl. 485; John (1802-1856), English divine HARICOT BEANS, III. 460.

VIII. 290; his relations with William

and writer, XI. 493. HÄRING, Wilhelm, German novelist, XI. of Normandy, xxiv. 575.

Thomas and René, French organ 479.

II., of England, xl. 485.

builders, XVII. 837. HARINGTON, Sir John, English writer, I., Fairhair, king of Norway, Xi. William C., traveller in Abyssinia, XI. 479.

484; XVII. 585. HARIRI, Arabic writer, XI. 479; II. 265. II., Greyfell, of Norway, xl. 484; Sir William Snow, English electriHARI-RUD, river, Afghanistan, 1. 229. XVII. 586.

cian, XI. 493; his electrometer, vili. HARITH, Arabic poet, XVI. 537.

III., Hardrada, of Norway, xl. 484; 119; on dielectric strength of gases, HARKNESS, W., his correction for chro XVII. 587.

VIII. 61. matic aberration, XXIII. 141.

IV., Gilchrist, of Norway, xl. 485; HARRISBURG, town, Pennsylvania, HARLAW, Scotland, Battle of (1411), XVII. 588.

U.S.A., XI. 494. XV. 525.

HAROSH, or Rosh (Rabbenu Asher), HARRISON, Frederic, on law, xiv. 357, HARLEIAN LIBRARY, XVIII. 101. German rabbi, xx. 852.

361. HARLEIAN MSS., in British Museum, HAROUN AL RASCHID, caliph of Bagh John, English mechanician, XI. XIV. 515; XVIII. 100.

dad, XI. 487 ; 1. 9; XVI. 581 ; his 494; inventor of sea-chronometers, HARLEM RIVER, New York, U.S.A., buildings in Baghdad, 11. 234; tribute

XVII, 259.

William Henry, XVII. 457 paid to, by Nicephorus I., XVII. 481.

of

president HARLEQUIN, in Italian drama, VII. 418; | HARP, musical instrument, XI. 488;

United States, XI. 495. of the pantomime, XVIII. 215.

Érard's, VIII. 512.

HARRODSBURG, town, Kentucky, HARLEY, Robert, first earl of Oxford, HARPACTES, genus of birds, XXIII. 584. U.S.A., XIV. 44. XVIII. 99.

HARPA-KHRUTI (Harpocrates), Egyp- HARROGATE, town, England, xl. 495; HARLINGEN, town, Holland, XI. 480. tian deity, VII. 717; XI. 491.

population, xxiv. 748; mineral water HARLOT'S PROGRESS, Hogarth’s engrav- | HARPALUS, of Macedonia, his relations of, XVI. 434, 435. ings, XII. 48.

with Demosthenes, Vil. 71.

HARROW, agricultural implement, I. HARM, town, Central Asia, XIV. 4. HARPE, F. C. de la, Swiss revolutionist, 318, 337. HARMATTAN, wind, West Africa, VI.

XXIV. 115.

HARROW-ON-THE-Hill, town, Eng766; XXII. 44.

HARPER'S FERRY, town, Virginia, land, XI. 495. HARMODIUS, Athenian popular hero, U.S.A., XI. 490; insurrection at (1859), HARROW SCHOOL, England, xi. 495. XI. 480.

IV. 385.

HARRY, Blind, Scottish minstrel, XI. HARMONIA, in Greek legend, XI. 480. HARPIES, in Greek mythology, XI. 490;

496; XXIV. 326. HARMONICA, musical instrument, XI. III. 431.

LORREQUER, Lever's novel, xiv, 481.

HARPOCRATES, Greek deity, XI. 491 ; 485. HARMONIC ANALYSIS, in physics, xi.

VII. 717.

HARSHA-DEVA, Sri, Hindu dramatist, 481.

HARPOON, whaling spear, XXIV. 526. XXI. 285. HARMONIC MOTION, in mechanics, XI. HARPORHYNCHUS, genus of birds, xvi. HARSPRÅNGET, waterfall, Sweden, XXII. 482; XV. 685. 541.

737. HARMONICS, in acoustics, I. 111; XVII. HARPSICHORD, musical instrument, HART, Emma (Lady Hamilton, q.v.), 88; beats of, xvII. 105. XIX. 69.

XX. 839.
HARMONIC SERIES, XXI. 678.
HARPY, bird, XI. 491.

HARTE-BEEST, antelope, xl. 496; xv. HARMONIES, Celestial, Kepler's system HARPYIA, genus of bats, xv. 409.

432. of, XIV. 47

HARPYIÆ, or Harpies, in Greek mytho- | HARTFORD, town, Connecticut, U.S.A., HARMONIPHONE, musical instrument, logy, XI. 490.

XI. 496; convention at (1814), XXIII. XVII. 106. HARQUEBUS, weapon, 11. 558.

760; libraries, XIV. 550.

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HARTHACNUT, or Hardicanute, Danish | HASAN, Uzun, sovereign of Persia, XVIII. | HASTINGS, C. S., on object-glasses for king of England, XI. 473; VIII. 289. 633

telescopes, XXIII. 142. HARTIG, Georg Ludwig, German writer B. Ali, caliph, XVI. 566; II. 258; David de, competitor for the Scoton forestry, XI. 497.

hero of a Moslem passion play, Xi. tish crown, XXI. 486. HARTINE, mineral, xvi. 429. 508; XVIII. 660.

Thomas, American hymn-writer, HARTITE, mineral, XVI. 429.

B. SABBAH, founder of the sect of XII. 596. HARTLEPOOL, town, England, xi. 497. Assassins, 11. 723; XVII. 771.

Warren, governor-general of India, Hartley, David, English philosopher, HASBEYA, town, Syria, XI. 509.

XI. 512; XII. 802; Burke's impeachXI. 498; on mental association, II. HASDRUBAL, Carthaginian general, xi. ment of, iv. 545; Sheridan's speeches 731; his ethical system, viii. 607. 509.

on the impeachment, iv. 545; XXI. HARTLIB, Samuel, educationist and son of Hamilcar, Carthaginian 799.

agriculturist, XI. 499; on agriculture, general, XI. 509; in Spain, XXII. 305. HAT, HATS, XI. 518; straw, XXII. 593; 1. 297.

HASE, Karl August, on the life of Jesus, Greek, vi. 454. HARTLIEB, Johann H., on chiromancy, XIII. 672; his summary of German HATCHETTINE, mineral, XVI. 429.

rationalism, XX. 291.

HATCHETTOLITE, mineral, xvi. 428. HARTMANN, Eduard von, on evolution, HASEBROEK, Johannes Pieter, Dutch | HATCHMENTS, in heraldry, XI. 711. VIII. 769; his metaphysics of pessimism, writer, xii. 98.

HATFIELD, town, England, xi. 520. XVIII. 689.

HASENMATTE, mountain, Switzerland, HAT-HAR, or Hathor, Egyptian divinity, Georg, first observer of magnetic XXII. 250.

III. 13; VII. 717. dip, XV. 221.

HASHASHINS, or Assassins (q.v.), Moham- HATHAWAY, Anne, wife of Shakespeare, Moritz, German poet and novelist, medan sect, vii. 113.

XXI. 754, 766. HASHIMITES, Arabian family, XVI. 545. HATHOR, or Athor, Egyptian divinity, VON AUE, German poet, XI. 499. HASHISH, drug, III. 628; VII. 711; XI. III. 13; VII. 717. HARTOG, Dirk, his exploration of the 648.

HATHRAS, town, India, XI. 520. Australian coast, III. 103.

HASHT-BIHISHT, palace, Ispahan, Persia, Hatia, island, India, xv. 830. HARTSHEAD Pike, hill, England, XVI.

XIII. 394.

HATIFI, Persian writer, xvIII. 657, 659. 867.

HASLAR HOSPITAL, Gosport, England, HATRA, or Atra, town, Mesopotamia, HARTSHORN, Spirits of, xi. 500.

VII. 315.

XVI. 48; xvIII. 605. HARTZ, or Harz, mountains, Germany, HASLINGDEN, town, England, xi. 510. HATRAS, or Hathras, town, India, XI. XI. 507; X. 448.

HASMONÆANS, or Asmoneans, Jewish 520. HARUN ER-RASHID, or Haroun al family, XIII. 421 ; XV. 131; XVI. 55; HATS AND CAPS, Swedish factions, Raschid, caliph of Baghdad, XI. 487; XXII. 812.

XXII. 751. 1. 9; XVI. 581; XVII. 481.

HASPE, town, Prussia, xi. 510; xxiv. HATSHEPSU, Queen, Temple of, Egypt, HARUSPICATION, divination by entrails, 517.

XVII. 22. VII. 293.

HASSAN, district, India, XI. 510. HATTALA, Martin, Bohemian philoHARUSPICES, Roman soothsayers, XI. AND HUSSEIN, heroes of a Moham logist, XXII. 153. 500; VII. 293.

medan passion play, XI. 508; XVIII. HATTERIA, genus of reptiles, XX. 437, Harut, river, Afghanistan, I. 229. 660. See Hasan b. Ali.

444, 448, 450. HARVARD, Mount, Rocky Mountains, B. NOMAN, Moslem general, xvi. HATTERSLEY, Robert, his type-setting U.S.A., XXIII. 796. 572.

machine, XXIII. 701. COLLEGE, Cambridge, Massa B. SABBAH, founder of the Assas-HATTI HUMAIUM, Turkish firman chusetts, U.S.A., XI. 500; xv. 614; sins, II. 723; XVII. 771.

(1855), xxIII. 651. XXIII. 857; library, xiv. 534; obser PASHA, Captivity of Cervantes HATTINGEN, town, Prussia, xi. 520. vatory, XVII. 715. under, v. 350.

HATTO I., archbishop of Mainz, XI. 520. HARVEST-BUG, arachnid, xi. 500 ; 11. HASSE, Faustina, Italian singer, XI. 510. - bishop of Vich, XXII. 74. 275; XVI. 529.

Johann Adolph, musical composer, HATVAN, town, Hungary, XI. 520. HARVESTING, of grain crops, I. 362. XI. Sio; XVII. 93:

HATZFELD, town, Hungary, XI. 520. HARVEST-MEN, arachnids, 11. 278, HASSELQUIST, Frederick, Swedish natu- HATZFELDT, Countess Sophie, her rela279. ralist, XI. 511.

tions with Lassalle, XIV. 320. HARVEST MOON, II. 798.

HASSELT, town, Belgium, XI. 511. HAUBERK, defensive armour, II. 556. HARVEY, Gabriel, English writer, XI. HASSENPFLUG, Hans Daniel Ludwig HAUCH, Johannes Carsten, Danish poet,

501; his friendship with Spenser, Friedrich, German politician, XI. 511. XI. 521; VII. 92; XVII. 590. XXII. 393.

HASSEPHARDI (Maimonides, q.v.), HAUERITE, mineral, xvi. 391. Sir George, Scottish painter, XI. Jewish writer, XV. 295.

HAUFF, Wilhelm, German novelist, XI. 501.

HASSKÖI, department, Roumelia, xxi. 521; X. 543. Mr, his dairy farm, 1. 345, 346.

HAUG, Johann Christoph Friedrich, William, discoverer of circulation HASSLER, Ferdinand R., his logarithmic German epigrammatist, XI. 521. of the blood, XI. 502; 1. 810; xv. 809; tables, XXIII. 12.

Martin, German Orientalist, XI. XXIV. 96; on embryology, VIII. 164; | HASTINAPUR, town, India, XI. 511. 521. on epigenesis, VIII. 744, 747.

HASTINGS, town, England, XI. 511; HAUGE, Hans Nielsen, founder of a HARWICH, town, England, xi. 507. XXII. 725; battle of Senlac Hill, near Norwegian sect, XI. 522. HARZBURG, town, Prussia, XI. 508. (1066), viii. 291; XXII. 725; xxiv. HAUGHTONITE, mineral, XVI. 413. HARZ MOUNTAINS, or Harzgebirge, 575.

HAULBOWLINE, dockyard, Ireland, vii. Germany, xi. 507; X. 448. - town, Nebraska, U.S.A., XVII.

315, 318. HASA, province, Arabia, II. 254.

309.

HAULTBois, musical instrument, xvII. HASAN of Basra, Arab historian, XXIII. First Marquis of, governor-general 706.

of India, XI. 516; XII. 805.

HAUNCH-BONE, Anatomy of the, 1. 828.

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