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Napoleods imprisonment at, XVII. 227.

HAMADAN, town, Persia, х1. 401; VII. 621; XVIII. 626, 628; colossal lion at, XVIII. 564.

HAMADRYADs, in Greek mythology, vII. 487; XvII. 688.

HAMADRI'As, genus of snakes, XXII. 196.

НАМАН, town, Syria, XI. 401.

HAMALANT, early German state, XXI. 215.

HAMAMET, or Hammamet, town, North Africa, х1. 366; ххш. 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; I. 61; II. 263; XVI- 539’ 595~

HAMATH, or Hamah, town, Syria, х1. 401; XXII. 822.

HAMBATO, or Ambato, town, Ecuador, I. 659.

HAMBURG, state, Germany, XI. 403.

_, free city, Germany, XI. 404, 45o; libraries, XIV. 546; newspapers, XVII. 429; observatory, XVII. 712.

НАМ COMMON, town, England, XXII. 694»

HAMELN, town, Hanover, Germany, XI. 409

HAMERLING, Robert, German poet, X. 546

HAMESUCKEN, crime, in Scots law, Iv. 534

НАМ1, town, Central Asia, х1. 409.

HAMID BEY, Turkish draxnatist, XXIII. 656.

HAMILCAR BARCA, Carthaginian general, х1. 409; хх. 747; 111 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., 411.

_, town, Ohio, U.S.A., х1. 411.

_, town, Victoria, XI. 411.

_, river, Labrador, XIV. I7 5.

_, Mount, California, XXIII. 801;

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telescope in observatory on, XXIII. 151.

HAMILTON, Alexander, American jurist and statesman, XI. 412; XIX. 384; ххш. 755 ; his historical sketches, I. 721.

_, Anthony, French courtier and writer, XI. 414, 44.

_, Arthur, assassin of the regent Murray, XVII. 62; XXI. 506.

_, Elizabeth, Scottish authoress, х1. 414.

_, Emma, Lady, friend of Lord Nelson, XI. 421; XVII. 323; хх. 839.

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

_, John, archbishop of St Andrews, early Scottish writer, XXI. 541.

, Patrick, lScottish Reformer and

martyr, XI. 415; his influence on

Alesius, I. 478.

, Robert, Scottish political econo

mist, XI. 415.

, Thomas, Scottish novelist and critic, X1. 416.

_, William (1704-17 54), Scottish poet, XI. 421.

_, Sir William (1730-1803), antiquary and art collector, х1. 420.

_, Sir William (1788-1856), Scottish metaphysician, XI. 416; on aesthetics, I. 222; on analogy, I. 791; his criticism of Cousin, VI. 527; 011 induction and deduction, I. 797; his relation to Jacobi's theories, XIII. 537; his logic, XIV. 799; on mental reproduction, II. 73o; his view of psychology, хх. 38; 011 sceptícism, XXI. 382.

_, William Gerard, English politician, IV. 540.

_, Sir William Rowan, mathematician, XI. 421; on the solution of equations, I. 516; his invention of the htxlograph, XII. 41; his investigations on light, XIV. 597; inventor of quaternions, XX. 160.

_ COLLEGE, New York, Observatory' at, XVII. 715.

HAIIILTONIAN SYSTEM, of teaching languages, х1. 415.

Нмнкгик, district and town, India, XI. 42 3.

HAMITIC LANGUAGES, XVIII. 778; their relation to Semitic, XXI. 642.

HAMLET, or Amleth, prince of Denmark, XI. 423.

_, Shakespeare’s play, XXI. 764.

HAMM, town, Prussia, XI. 424.

HAMMAD, Arabic rhapsodist, XVI. 5 36.

HAMMAM AL­AN1~‘, spa, Tunis, XXIII. 620.

HAMMAMET, town, Tunis, XXIII. 620.

HAMMARSXÖLD, Lorenzo, Swedish writer, XI. 424; XXII. 757.

HAMME, town, Belgium, XI. 424.

HAMMER, х1. 425.

_, Steam, 1х. 413; XIII. 328.

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HAMON, Jean Louis, French painter, XI. 428.

HAMPDEN, John, English Parliamentarian, х1. 428; VIII. 346.

_, Renn Dickson, bishop of Hereford, XI. 429.

HAMPSHIRE, county, England, XI. 430; population and representation, XXIII. 727.

HAMPSTEAD, suburb of London, XI. 432; XIV. 822.

_ HEATH, near London, XIv. 824.

HAMPTON, town, England, XI. 432.

_ COURT CONFERENCE (1604), vIII. 377; х1х. 686.

_ COURT PALACE, England, XI. 432; XX. 545; cartoons at, XVII. 38; Inaze in gardens at, XIV. 181; picture gallery, XXI. 445; tapestry in, XXIII. 212.

HAMPT0N’s PARACIIUTE, I. 201.

HAMPTON WICK, town, England, XXII. 694.

HAMRA, town, Egypt, VII. 77 5.

HAMSTER, rodent mammal, х1. 433; XV. 419; skins of, IX. 838.

HAMUN, swamp, Sistan, Persia, XVIII. 620; ххп. 100.

HAMzA B. ABDALMOTTALIB, uncle of Mohammed, XVI. 550, 5 56.

HAMzE B. ALI в. AHMED, Druse chief, vII. 484.

HANAFITES, Moslem sect, XVI. 593; ххп. 661.

HANAKS, tribe, Moravia, XVI. 811.

HANAP, tankard, XIX. 186.

HANAU, town, Prussia., XI. 433.

HANBALITES, Moslem sect, XVI. 593; XXII. 661.

HANCOCK, John, American statesman, XI. 433; XV. 616; ххш. 738.

_, Winfield Scott, American general, XXIII. 785, 789.

HAND, Human,1. 827; joints of, I. 839; sense of touch in, XXIII. 480.

_, of mammals, XV. 359.

HANDECK, waterfall, Switzerland, XXII.

777HANDEL, George Frederick, German musical composer, XI. 433; character of his music, XVII. 9o.

HAND-GRASPING, form of salutation, XXI. 237.

HANDICAPPING, in horse racing, XII. 202.

HANDSEL MONDAY, xvii. 45o.

HAND TooLs, Xi. 436; for mining, хш. 444

HANDwRiTING, XVIII. kinds of, XXIII. 682.

HANDY ANDY, Loveŕs novel, XV. 29.

HANG-Criow-Foo, or Hang-Chow, town, China, Xi. 439; v. 636; xxiv. 728.

HANGENDENLISSEN (Fünfhaus), suburb of Vienna, IX. 827.

HANGEST, Helène de, French potter, XIX. 629.

HANGING, Death from, xv. 781.

_ HILLS, Connecticut, XXIII. 795.

HANGiNGs, Ancient textile, XXIII. 208; for wall decoration, XVII. 38.

HANG-SHAN, mountain, China, V. 637.

HAN-HAI (Gobi), desert, Central Asia, x. 713.

HANIANG, town, Corea, VI. 391.

HANIrs, Arab sect, Xvi. 546, 548.

HANKA, Wenceslaus, Bohemian philologist, х1.44о; XXII. i5i.

HAN-KEANG, river, China, v. 632.

HANKow, town, China, X1. 44o; v­ 637.

HANLEY, town, England, Xi. 44o; XXII. 442.

HANNA, plain, Moravia, XVI. 810.

HANNANA, Syriac writer, XXII. 837.

HANNASI, Rabbi Yeliiidali, editor of the Mishnah, XX. 190.

HANNAY, James, Scottish critic and novelist, х1. 441.

_, Patrick, Scottish poet, XXI. 543.

HANNIBAL, Carthaginian general, XI. 441; V. 161; his contests with Roule, XX. 749; his destruction of Selinus, XXI. 633; in Spain, XXII. 305.

_, town, Missouri, U.S.A., XI. 445; XVI. 526.

HANNiNGToN, Bishop, place of his murder, XXIII. 718.

HANNO, Carthaginian general, XI. 445.

_, king of Carthage, XI. 445; V. 160; 1115 voyage of discovery, X. 17 5.

_, Periplus of, I. 245; X. 175; XI. 445.

HA-NOI, town, Tong-King, VI. 96; XXIII. 44o.

HANOVER, province, Germany, XI. 446; XX. I4, 16.

_, town, Germany, XI. 448; хх. 16; libraries, XIV. 546; newspapers, XVII. 429.

_, House of, succeeds to the English throne, V111. 354.

_ ISLAND, Patagonia, XVIII. 352.

HANSA, or Hanseatic League (q.v.), Germany, XI. 449.

HANsARD, Luke, English printer, XI. 449»

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HANSE, association of free burghs, Scotland, П’. 64.

HANSEATIC LEAGUE, Germany, XI. 449; X. 493, 495, 501; Xv. 32; early coinIiierce of, VI. zoo

HANsE MERciiANrs, in London, XXII. 528.

HANSEN, Mauritz Christopher, Norwegian poet, XVII. 590.

_, Peter Andreas, Danish astronomer, XI. 451; on the lunar theory, XVI. 801; his formula. for meridian transits, XXIII. 516.

HANsE TowNs, Germany, XI. 45o; Xv. 32.

HAN-SIRC, Japanese Roman Catholic missionary, XXIV. 717.

HANSTEEN, Christopher, Norwegian astronomer and physicist, XI. 452; XVII. 592 ; his researches in magnetism, Xv. 2 37, 249.

HANS WURsT, of the German drama, vii. 44o.

HANTIIAWADY, district, Burmah, XX. 271.

IIANTS, or Hampshire, county, England, Xi. 43о; XXIII. 727.

HANUMAN-NATARA, Sanskrit drama, XXI. 286.

HANUSCH, Ignaz Johann, Bohemian philosopher, XI. 452.

HANWAY, Jonas, English traveller and philanthropist, XI. 452; in Persia, XVIII. 643; XX. 286; his umbrella., XXIII. 72 3.

HAO, islets, Tiiamotu, South Pacific. XXIII. 602.

HAPALE, genus of apes, II. 155.

llAPALEMUR, genus of lemurs, XIV. 442. `

НАРАымЕ, НАРАЫВЕ. group of apes, 11. 154; XV. 444.

HAPALODERMA, genus of birds, XXIII. 584.

HAPALOPTILA, genus of birds, XX. 101.

HAPALOTIS, genus of rodent mammals, XVII. 6.

HAPARANDA, town, Sweden, XI. 453.

НАР! (Apis), Egyptian divinity, Ii. 173; VII. 7I7.

HAPLOCYTA, order of Protozoa, XIX. 853.

HAPLODONTIDE, family of mammals, XV. 418.

HAPLOMORPHA, suborder of Mollusea, хш. 656.

HAPOOR, or Hapur, town, India, XI. 454~

HAPPINESS, in ethics, viii. 582, 585.

HAPSBURG, German familyandAustrian dynasty, XI. 453; III. 124; X. 496; iii Spain, XXII. 327; its connexion with Switzerland, XXII. 781.

HAPUR, town, India, X1. 454.

HAR, Egyptian divinity, vii. 7I7.

HARAM, sacred territory, Arabia, 11. 2 36; xv. 669, 670.

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HARAM, sanctuary, Jerusalem, XIII. 637.

HARAN, district, Mesopotamia, XI. 454- `

HARANT, Christopher, Bohemian

traveller and writer, XXII. I 52. HARAPPA, town, India, хш. 789. HARAR, town, North-East Africa, XI.

454; language of, XXI. 656. HARBoURs, XI. 455.

HARBURG, town, Hanover, Germany, XI. 472.

HARCLAV, Sir Andrew, degraded fiom knighthood, хш. 125.

HARCOURT, Marquis d’, French diploniatist, IX. 58o.

HARDANGER F JoRD, Norway, xvii. 576

HARD CASH, Reade’s novel, XX. 303.

HARDENBERG, Friedrich von (Novalis), German poet and philosopher, х1. 472; х. 542; hymns by, XII. 588.

_, Karl August, Prussian statesman, XI. 472; хх. 11.

HARDENING, of metals, XXII. 599.

HARDERWIJK, town, Holland, Xi. 473; university of, XXIII. 8 5o.

HARDHON, African lizard, XIV. 737.
HARDICANUTE, or Hardiknnt, Danish
king of England, XI. 473; VIII. 289.
HARDING, James Duiiield, English

painter, XI. 473; хш. 701. Y
, or Hardyng, John, early English

chronicler, X1. 47 5; хш. 256.

_, Stephen, Benedictine monk, 111. 601.

HARDINGE, Viscount, English general, X1. 474.

HARDINGSTONE, town, England, xvii. 556

HARDNEss, of minerals, хш. 378.

_, of water, XXIV. 399, 409.

HARDoi, district, India, Xi. 474.

HARDoUiN, Jean, French scholar, XI. 474

HARDRADA, Harold, Norse king, XI. 484; XVII. 587.

HARDT, Hermann von der, German Orientalist, XI. 47 5.

Ниш/412, town, India, Xi. 475; XXI. 152.

HARDY, Alexandre, French draniatist, х1. 475; IX. 657.

HARDYNG, John, early English chronieler, XI. 475; on the claim of Henry IV. of England, хш. 256.

HARE, rodent mammal, XI. 476; XV. 421; coursing of the, V1. 515; hunting, XII. 396; shooting of, XXI. 834; Arctic, colour of, XVI. 343; Belgian, XX. 193; Sumatran, XXII. 640.

,Juniping, of South Africa, XIII. 626.

, Alexander, English adventurer,

XIV. 27.

_, Augustus William, English divine, XI. 477.

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HARE. Julius Charles, English theological writer, XI. 477.

HAREEELL, plant, XI. 478.

HAREEK, mountains and oasis, Arabia, II. 24o, 254.

HAREEREE, or Hariri, Arabic writer, XI. 479; II. 265.

HAREFOOT (Harold L), king of England, XI. 48 5.

HAREM, or Seraglio, XI. 478.

HAREN, Onno Zwier van, Dutch poet., XII. 96.

_, Willem van, Dutch poet, XII. 96.

HAREwOOD CASTLE, Yorkshire, England, XXIV. 749.

HARFLEUR, town, France, XI. 478.

HAR GOVIND, Sikh ruler, India, XX. III.

HARGRAVES, E., discoverer of gold in Australia, III. 114.

_, James, inventor of spinning jenny, II. 541; V1. 490; XVII. 600.

HARIANA, district, India, XI. 479; XX. 624. ’

HARICOT BEANS, III. 460.

HÄRING, Wilhelm, German novelist, XI. 479

HARINGTON, Sir John, English writer, XI. 479.

HARIRI, Arabie writer, XI. 479; II. 265.

НАШ-кип, river, Afghanistan, I. 22 .

HARITII, Arabic poet, XVI. 537.

HARKNESS, IV., his correction for chromatic aberration, XXIII. 141.

HARLAw, Scotland, Battle of (1411), XV. 525.

HARLEIAN LIBRARY, XVIII. 101.

HARLEIAN MSS., in British Museum, XIV. 515; XVIII. Ioo.

HARLEM RIVER, New York, U.S.A., XVII. 4 57.

HARLEQUIN, in Italian drama, VII. 418; of the pantomime, XVIII. 215.

HARLEY, Robert, first earl of Oxford, XVIII. 99.

HARLINGEN, town, Holland, XI. 480.

HARLOT'S PROGRESS, Hogartlfs engravings, XII. 48.

HARM, town, Central Asia, XIV. 4.

HARMATTAN, wind, West Africa, VI. 766; XXII. 44.

HARMODIUS, Athenian popular hero, XI. 480.

HARMONIA, in Greek legend, XI. 480.

HARMONICA, musical instrument, X1. 481.

HARMONIC ANALYSIS, in physics, XI.

481. HARMONIC MOTION, in mechanics, XI. 482; XV. 685.

HARMONICS, in acoustics, I. III; XVII. 88; beats of, XVII. 105.

HARMONIC SERIES, XXI. 678.

l-IARMONIES, Celestial, Kepleŕs system of, XIV. 47.

HARMONIPHONE, musical instrument, XVII. 106.

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HARMONIUM, musical instrument, XI. 483.

HARMONY, of colours, Psychological analysis of, XX. 69.

_, Musical, VII. 593; XVII. 77; principles of, I. 107; Greek notions of, II. 524; psychological analysis of perception of, XX. 69; treatise on, by Alfred Day, XVII. Ioo.

, Pre-established, Leibnitz’s doctrine of, XIV. 421.

HARMOsIA (Ormus),
Persia, XVII. 856.

HARMOTOME, mineral, XVI. 423.

HARNESS, saddlery. XXI. 142.

_ HORSE, XII. 191.

HARNEY, Mount, Rocky Mountains, U.S.A., XXIII. 797.

HARO, town, Spain, XI. 484.

_, Luis de, Spanish minister, XXII. 332

_ ISLANDS, Washington Territory, U.S.A., XXI. 266.

HAROLD I., king of England, X1. 485; VIII. 290; his relations with William of Normandy, XXIV. 575.

ll., of England, XI. 485.

_ l., Fairhair, king of Norway, XI. 484; XVII. 585.

_ Il., Greyfell, of Norway, XI. 484; XVII. 586.

_ lll., Hardrada, of Norway, XI.484; XVII. 587.

_ IV., Gilchrist, of Norway, XI. 485; XVII. 588.

l-lAROsII, or Rosh (Rabbenu Asher), German rabbi, XX. 8 52.

HAROUN AL RAsCIIID, caliph of Baghdad, х1. 487 ; I. 9; XVI. 581 ; his buildings in Baghdad, III. 234; tribute paid to, by Nicephorus l., XVII. 481.

HARP, musical instrument, XI. 488; Erard’s, VIII. 512.

HARPAcTEs, genus of birds, XXIII. 584.

HARPA-KHRUTI (Harpocrates), Egyptian deity, VII. 717; XI. 491.

HARPALUS, of Macedonia, his relations with Demosthenes, VII. 7I.

HARPE, F. C. de la, Swiss revolutionist, XXIV. 115.

HARPER’s FERRY, town, Virginia, U.S.A., XI. 490; insurrection at(1 859), IV. 385.

HARPIES, in Greek mythology, Xl. 490; III. 431.

HARPOcRATEs, Greek deity, XI. 491; VII. 717.

HARPOON, whaling spear, XXIV. 526.

HARPORIIYNCIIUS, genus of birds, XVI. 541

HARPSICHORD,
XIX. 69.

HARRY, bird, XI. 491.

HARPYIA, genus of bats, xv. 409.

HARPYI/E, or Harpies, in Greek mythology, XI. 490.

HARQUEIIUS, weapon, II. 5 58.

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HARRAN, or Наши, ancient town, Mesopotamia., XI. 454; XVI. 48; bilingual inscription of, XXI. 651.

HARRANIANS, sect of Mesopotamia, XXI. 128.

HARRIER, bird, X1. 491.

_, dog, VII. 329; XII. 316.

l-IARRINGTON, James, English political writer, XI. 492.

HARRIOT, Thomas, English mathematician, XI. 493; his discoveries in algebra., I. 514. _

HARRIS, part of island, Hebrides, Scotland, XIV. 492.

_, Howell,Welsh Methodist preacher, XVI. 193.

_, James, earl of Malmesbury, Xv. 336~

_, James, English granInIaI-ian, XI. 493

, J OlIn(c. 1667—1719), English writer,

XI. 493; editor of the Lexicon Techni

cum, VIII. 195.

, John (1802-1856), English divine and wI-iter, XI. 493.

_, Thomas and René, French organ builders, XVII. 837.

_, William C., traveller in Abyssinie., I. 66.

_, Sir VVillianI Snow, English electri~ cian, XI. 493; his electrometer, VIII. 119; on dielectric strength of gases, VIII. 61.

HARRISBURG, town,
U.S.A., XI. 494.

HARRISON, Frederic, on law, XIV. 357, 361.

_, John, English mechanician, XI. 494; inventor of sea-chronometers, XVII. 259.

_, William Henry,
United States, XI. 495.

HARRODSBURG, town,
U.S.A., XIV. 44.

HARROGATE, town, England, XI. 495; population, XXIV. 748; mineral water 0f, XVI- 434, 435

HARROw, agricultural implement, I. 318, 337

HARROw-ON-TIIE-HILL, land, XI. 495.

HARROw SCHOOL, England, XI. 495.

HARRY, Blind, Scottish minstrel, XI. 496; XXIV. 326.

_ LORREQUER, Levens novel, XIV. 485.

HARsIIA-DEVA, Sri, Hindu dramatist, XXI. 285.

HARSPRÀNGET, waterfall, Sweden, XXII. 737

HART, Emma. (Lady Hamilton, q.v.), XX. 839.

HARTE-BEEsT, antelope, XI. 496; Xv. 432

HARTFORD, town, Connecticut, U.S.A., XI. 496; convention at (1814), XXIII. 760; libraries, XIV. 5 5o.

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town, EngHARTHACNUT, or Hardicanute, Danish king of England, х1. 473; VIII. 289. HARTIG, Georg Ludwig, German writer

on forestry, x1. 497.

HARTINE, mineral, хш. 429.

HARTITE, mineral, xvi. 429.

HARTLEPooi., town, England, xi. 497.

HARTLEY, David, English philosopher, XI. 498; on mental association, II. 731; his ethical system, VIII. 607.

HARTLIB, Samuel, educationist and agriculturist, XI. 499; on agriculture, I. 297.

HARTLIEB, Johann H., on chiromaiicy, XIX. 4.

HARTMANN, Eduard von, on evolution, viii. 769; his metaphysics of pessimism, XVIII. 689.

-—-, Georg, first observer of magnetic dip, XV. 221.

-—, Moritz, German poet and novelist, Xi. 499.

_- VON AUE, German poet, XI. 499.

HARTOG, Dirk, his exploration of the Australian coast, III. 103.

HARTSHEAD Pixis, hill, England, xvi. 867.

HARTsiioRN, Spirits of, Xi. 500.

HARTZ, or Harz, mountains, Germany, xi. 507; х. 448.

Нмшы ER-RASHID, or Haroun alRaschid, caliph of Baghdad, х1. 487; 1.9; xvi. 581; xvii. 481. ­

HARUSPICATION, divination by cntrails, vii. 293.

HARUSPICES, Roman soothsayers, X1. 500; vil. 293.

HARUT, river, Afghanistan, i. 229.

HARVARD, Mount, Rocky Mountains, U.S.A., xxiii. 796.

_- COLLEGE, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A., XI. 500; XV. 614; XXIII. 857; librai-y, XIV. 534; observatory, XVII. 715.

HARVEST-BUG, arachiiid, х1. 500 ; 11. 275; XVI. 529.

HARVESTING, of grain crops, i. 362.

HARVEST-MEN, arachiiids, II. 279.

HARVEST MOON, ii. 798.

HARVEY, Gabriel, English writer, XI. 501 ; his friendship with Spenser, XXII. 393.

—, Sir George, Scottish painter, XI. 501.

_, Mr, his dairy farm, i. 345, 346.

, William, discoverer of circulation of the blood, X1. 502; 1. 810; XV. 809; xxiv. 96; on embryology, viii. 164; on epigenesis, viii. 744, 747.

НАМ/1011, town, England, x1. 507.

HARZBURG, town, Prussia, xi. 508.

HARZ MOUNTAINS, or Harzgebirge, Germany, XI. 507; X. 448.

HASA, province, Arabia, ii. 254.

HAsAN of Basra, Arab historian, xxiii. 2.

278,

HASAN, Uzun, sovereign of Persia, xviii. 633.

—— в. ALI, caliph, xvi. 566; 11. 258; hero of a Moslem passion play, х1. 508; xviii. 660.

_- B. SABBAI-I, founder of the sect of Assassins, ii. 723; xvii. 771.

НАзвшА, town, Syria., xi. 509.

HASDRUBAI., Carthaginian general, XI. 509

—, 3011 of Hamilcar, Carthaginiaii general, XI. 509; in Spain, XXII. 305.

HASE, Karl August, on the life of Jesus, XIII. 672; his summary of German rationalism, хх. 291.

HASEBROEK, Johannes Pieter, Dutch writer, XII. 98.

HASENMA'ITE, mountain, Switzerland, XXII. 250.

HASHASHINS, or Assassins (442.), Mohammedan sect., VII. 113.

НАЗН1М1ТЕ5, Arabian family, xvi. 545.

НА5н15н, drug, 111. 628; vii. 711; x1. 648.

HASIIT-BIHISHT, palace, Ispahan, Persia, xiii. 394.

HAsLAR Hosri'rAi., Gosport, England, vii. 315.

HASLINGDEN, town, England, xi. 510.

HASMONAEANS, or Asinoneans, Jewish family, XIII. 421; XV. 131; xvi. 55; ххп. 812.

HASPE, town, Prussia, xi. 510; xxiv. 517.

HASSAN, district, India, х1. 510.

—— AND HUssEiN, heroes of a Mohaminedan passion play, XI. 508; XVIII. 660. See Hasan Ъ. Ali.

—— В. NOMAN, Moslem general, XvI.

572.

_- . SABBAH, founder of the Assassins, ii. 723; xvii. 771.

——— PASHA, Captivity of Cervantes under, v. 350.

НА55Е, Faustiiia, Italian singer, Х]. 510.

_, Johann Adolph, musical composer, Xi. 510; xvii. 93. ­

HAssELQUisT, Frederick, Swedish naturalist, XI. 511.

HASSELT, town, Belgium, XI. 511.

HASSENPFLUG, Hans Daniel Ludwig Friedrich, German politician, XI. 5i 1.

HAssEPiiARDi (Maimonides, q.1~.), Jewish writer, xv. 295.

HASSKÖI, department, Rounielia, XXI. 22.

HASSLER, Ferdinand R., his logarithmic tables, xxiii. 12.

HASTINAPUR, town, India, X1. 511.

HASTINGS, town, England, XI. 511; XXII. 725; battle of Senlac Hill, near (1066), viii. 291; XXII. 725; xxiv. 575

—-—, tosm, Nebraska, U.S.A., xvii.

309—-, First Marquis of, governor-general of India, XI. 516; XII. 805.

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HASTINGS, C. S., on object~glasses for telescopes, xxiii. 142.

—-, David de, competitor for the Scottish crown, XXI. 486.

_, Thomas, American hymn-writer, xiI. 596.

——‚ Warren, governor-general of India, XI. 512; XII. 802; Burke's impeachnient of, 1V. 545; Sheridan’s speeches on the impeachment., iV. 545; XXI. 799

HAT, HATS, Xi. 518; straw, ххп. 593; Greek, v1. 454.

HATciiEiTiNE, mineral, xvi. 429.

НАТСНЕТ‘ГОЫТЕ, mineral, xvi. 428.

HATCHMENTS, in heraldry, X1. 71 i.

HATFIELD, town, England, Xl. 520.

HAT-HAR, or Hatlior, Egyptian divinity, 111.13; VII. 717.

HATHAwAv, Anne, wife of Shakespeare, xxi. 754, 766.

HATHOR, or Athor, Egyptian divinity, iii. i3; vii. 717.

HATHRAS, town, India, XI. 520.

HATIA, island, India, XV. 83o.

HATIFI, Persian writer, xviii. 657, 659.

HATRA, or Atrfe, town, Mesopotamia, xvi. 48; xviii. 605.

HATRAS, or Hathras, town, India, XI. 520.

HATS AND CAPs, Swedish factions, XXII. 751.

HATsHiiPsU, Queen, Temple of, Egypt, xvii. 22.

HATTALA, Martin, Bohemian philologist, ххп. 153.

HATTERIA, genus of reptiles, хх. 437, 444, 448, 450

HATTERSLEY, Robert, his type-setting machine, xxiii. 701.

НАТ‘П HUMAIUM, (1855), xxiii. 651.

HATTINGEN, town, Prussia, XI. 520.

HXTTO I., archbishop of Mainz, XI. 520.

—, bishop of Vieh, XXII. 74.

HATVAN, town, Hungary, xi. 520.

HATZFELD, town, Hungary, xi. 520.

HATZFELDT, Countess Sophie, her relations with Lassalle, XIV. 320.

HAUBERK, defensive armour, ii. 5 56.

HAUCH, Johannes Carsten, Danish poet, x1. 521; vii. 92; Xvii. 590.

HAUERITE, mineral, xvi. 391.

HAUFF, Wilhelm, German novelist, XI. 521; X- 543

Н AUG, Johann Christoph Friedrich, German epigrammatist, XI. 521.

-—, Martin, German Orientalist, XI.

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HIÍUGE, Hans Nielsen, founder of a Norwegian sect, XI. 522.

HAUGHTONITE, mineral, xvi. 413.

HAULßowLiNE, дикуша, Ireland, vii.

Turkish firman

315, 318

HAULTBois, musical instrument, xvii. 706.

Hausen-BONE, Anatomy of the, 1.828.

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