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HOLTZMANN, Heinrich J., on Josephus | HOME, David D., American spiritualist, | HONAIN IBN ISHAK, Syrian physician, and the Acts of the Apostles, I. XXII. 405.

XXII. 847. 126.

Henry (Lord Kames), Scottish HONAN, island, at Canton, China, v. HOLUMO (Gharma), country, Central judge and philosopher, XIII. 833.

37. Asia, XIV. 4.

John, Scottish dramatic poet, XII. HO-NAN, province, China, v. 634. Holy ALLIANCE (1815), III. 135; IX. 107.

Foo, town, China, v. 634. 619. HOMEL, town, Russia, XII. 108.

HONDA, town, Colombia, South America, HOLY BROTHERHOOD, Spanish con HOMER, Greek poet, XII. 108; language

XII. 129. federation, XXII. 326.

of, XI. 134; his place in Greek liter- HONDECOETER, Melchior d', Dutch HOLY COMMUNION, VIII. 651. See ature, XI. 137; his place in epic painter, XII. 129. Communion.

poetry, XIX. 267; references to Phæ- HONDURAS, republic, Central America, HOLY CROSS, mountain, Colorado,

XII. 129; antiquities of, 1. 693.
United States, VI. 161; XXIII. 796. site of his Troy, XXIII. 582; recension British, XII. 132.
HOLY GRAIL, The, in mediæval legend, of, by Aristarchus, II. 504; Chapman's HONE, whetstone, XII. 134.

XI. 34; XX. 645; XXIV. 632; in Chres translations of, v. 396; French transla William, English satirist and tien de Troyes's poem, v. 687.

tions, VI. 759; Pope's translation, antiquary, XII. 135. HOLYHEAD, town, Wales, XII. 104. XIX. 485.

HONECOURT, Wilars de, French inHOLY HOUSE, cathedral of Loreto, | HOMERIDÆ, poets of Chios, XII. 110; ventor, XVIII. 554. Italy, XV. 4.

XXI. 466.

HONEY, XII. 136; III. 502; lævulose in, HOLY ISLAND, Northumberland, Eng- HOME RULE, in Ireland, XIII. 272. XXII. 624; of Hymettus, XI. 88. land, XII. 105; XVII. 565.

HOMESTEAD, Law relating to, in HONEY-BADGER, carnivorous mammal, HOLY JUNTA, of Avila, XXII. 328. United States, XII. 122; XX. 308; in XX. 288. HOLY LANCE, Discovery of the, Vi. Iceland, xii. 620.

HONEY BEAR, carnivorous mammal, 11. 626. HOMESTEADS, Erection of, 1. 308.

462. HOLY LAND, The, XVIII. 170.

HOMEYER, Karl Gustav, German his-HONEY-COMB, III. 489. HOLY MAID, of Kent, III. 404.

torical writer, XII. 124.

HONEY-EATER, bird, XII. 139. HOLY OFFICE, name for the Inquisition, HOMICIDE, in law, xII. 124; xv. 780; HONEY-GUIDE, bird, XII. 139. XIII. 91.

XVII. 52.

HONEY-SUCKER, or Honey-Eater, bird, HOLYOKE, town, Massachusetts, U.S.A., | HOMILDON Hill, England, Battle of

XII. 139. XII. 105.

(1402), XVIII. 523.

HONEYSUCKLE, plant, XII. 140. HOLY PLACES, Pilgrimages to, XIX. HOMILIARIUM, book of homilies, xii. HONFLEUR, town, France, XII. 140. 93.

125.

HONG-KIANG, river, Cochin China, Vi. HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE, VIII. 181; X. HOMILIES, Books of, XII. 125; in Church 93. 484; XX. 787; popedom at creation of England, vill. 379.

HONG-KONG, island and town, China, of, xix. 496. HOMILITE, mineral, xvi. 409.

XII. 141; observatory at, XVII. 716. HOLYROOD PALACE, Edinburgh, VII. HOMILY, XII. 125.

HONG MERCHANTS, Canton, V. 38. 663

HOMINIDÆ, zoological group containing HONITON, town, England, xii. 142. HOLY SEPULCHRE, Jerusalem, XXI. man alone, xv. 444.

HONOLULU, town, Hawaiian Islands, 670; pilgrimages to, XIX. 94.

HOMOCELA, order of sponges, XXII. HOLY STATE, Fuller's work, ix. 816. 422.

HONORARIUM, Jus, in Roman law, xx. HOLY VIRGINS, companions of St HOMODERMA, genus of sponges, XXII. 695. Ursula, XXIV. 13.

413.

HONORATUS, St, of Lerins, XXI. 238. HOLY WAR, Bunyan's work, iv. 529. HOMEOPATHY, system of medicine, XII. HONORIFIC SACRIFICES, XXI. 132. HOLY WAR, Fuller's work, IX. 814. 126; XV. 814; Hahnemann's relations HONORIUS I., pope, XII. 143; on MonoHOLY WATER, in Roman Catholic ritual, to, XI. 373.

thelitism, XVI. 758. XII. 105.

HOMOGENEOUSNESS, in matter, defined, II., pope, XII. 143; XX. 791. HOLY WEEK, in ecclesiastical calendar, VII. 804.

II., antipope, XII. 143; XIX. 498. XII. 106.

HOMOLOGOUMENA, universally acknow III., pope, XII. 143; XIII. 474; XX. HOLYWELL, town, Wales, XII. 106; IX. ledged books of Scripture, 11. 128. 795. 327

HOMOLOGY, in biology, xvi. 839; dis IV., pope, XII. 143. HOLYWOOD, John (Sacro Bosco), Scottish tinguished from analogy, XXIV. 807. Flavius Augustus, emperor of the mathematician and astronomer, XXI. HOMOOUSION, Doctrine of the, II. 830. West, XII. 143; XX. 779; his relations 140, 543.

HOMOPLASY, in biology, xxiv. 808; of with Alaric, I. 442. HOLZMINDEN, town, Germany, XII.

sponges, XXII. 426.

HONOUR, Order of the Legion of, xiv. 106.

HOMOPTERA (Hemiptera), suborder of 417. HOMAGE, in feudal times, XII. 107; insects, XI. 646; XIII. 153.

Titles of, XXIII. 417. salutations as signs of, xxi. 236. HOMO-PYROCATECHINE, product of HONOURABLE, title, XXIII. 418. HOMALOPSIDÆ, family of snakes, XXII. wood distillation, XXIII. 57.

HONTHEIM, Johann Nikolaus von, 192.

HOMOQUININE, in chemistry, xx. 185. opponent of Ultramontanism, XII. HOMAXONIA, term in morphology, XVI. HOMOTAXIS, identity of order of types, 143; his treatise Febronius, xix. 507. 844.

in geology, X. 322.

HONTHORST, Gerard van,

Dutch HOMBERG, Wilhelm, Dutch natural HOMPESCH, Ferdinand, grand-master, painter, XII. 143. philosopher, XII. 107.

Knights of St John, xxi. 175. HONVED, Hungarian army of defence, HOMBURG, town, Germany, XII. 107; HOMRA, plateau, Sahara, Africa, xxi. XII. 374. mineral water of, xvi. 434.

149.

HOOBLY (Hubli), town, India, XII. 328. Hesse-, landgraviate, Germany, xí. Homs, or Hems, town, Syria, XI. 649. Hooch, Pieter de, Dutch painter, XII. 781.

HON, Egyptian measure, XXIV. 485. 144.

XI. 531.

V. 104.

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Hoo-Chow Foo, town, China, XII. 144. HOOSAC TUNNEL, Massachusetts, U.S.A., | HORN, musical instrument, XII. 67; Hood, in academic costume, Vi. 464. XV. 613.

XXIII. 592. -Viscount, English admiral, XII. Hop, plant, XII. 156; culture of, 1. 381;

Cape, South America, xxIII. 383; 146.

IV. 272; mildew of, xvi. 294; use of rounded by Le Maire and Schouten, John Bell, American general, hops in brewing, IV. 272.

X. 186.
XXIII. 779, 789.
HOPE, in phrenology, xvIII. 845.

AND RIMENHILD, Stories of, xx. Thomas, English humorist and Thomas, English writer and

657 poet, XII. 145.

antiquary, XII. 158.

HORNBEAM, tree, XII. 168; culture of, Tom, English humorist and poet, HOPEITE, mineral, xvi. 405.

II. 317 XII. 146.

HOPETOUN HOUSE, Linlithgow, Scot- HORNBILL, bird, XII. 169. Mount, Cascade Mountains, U.S.A., land, xiv. 670.

HORNBLENDE, mineral, X. 228; XV. XVII. 822; XXIII. 800. HÖPKEN, Anders Johan von, Swedish

217; XVI. 417. HOODED CROWS, of Europe and India, rhetorician, XXII. 755.

HORNBLENDE-ANDESITE, mineral, x. VI. 618. HOPKINS, river, Victoria, Australia,

235. HOODED SNAKE, or Cobra, Vi. 90.

XXIV. 216.

HORNBLOWER, Jonathan, improver of HOOD-MOULD, in architecture, II. 466. Ezekiel, bishop of Londonderry, steam-engine, XXII. 477; XXIV. 414. Hoofs, of mammals, xv. 348; of the XII. 158.

HORN-BOOK, XII. 170. horse, XII. 178, 195.

John, his psalms and hymns, XII. HORNCASTLE, town, England, XII. 170. HOOFT, Pieter Cornelissen, Dutch poet 589.

HORNE, George, bishop of Norwich, XII. and historian, XII. 146, 93.

Samuel, American theologian, XII.

171; opponent of Adam Smith, XXII. HOOGEVEEN, village, Netherlands, xii.

158.

170. 147.

HOPKINSON, Francis, American satirist, Thomas Hartwell, English Biblical HOOGE VELD, district of Transvaal, XII. 159; 1. 722.

writer, XII. 171. South Africa, XXIII. 518.

Joseph, American poet, 1. 722. HORNED POUT, fish, xxII. 68. HOOGHE, Romain de, Dutch caricaturist, HOPLONEMERTEA, suborder of nemer HORNELLSVILLE, town, New York,

tine worms, XVII. 326, 330.

U.S.A., XII. 171. HOOGHLY, or Hugli, district, India, XII. HOPLOPHORIDÆ, family of fossil HORNEMANN, Friedrich K., traveller in 147; town, XII. 148. edentate mammals, XV. 388.

Africa, I. 246. river, India, XII. 147. HOP-MILDEW, XVI. 294.

HORNER, Francis, English political HOOGSTRATEN, Samuel Dirksz van, HOPOTERODONTES, suborder of snakes, economist, XII. 171. Dutch painter, XII. 148. XXII. 192.

W. G., his method of solving equaHook, Fishing, 11. 33, 38.

HOPPNER, John, English portrait tions, l. 516; VIII. 500. Reaping, XXI. 574. painter, XII. 159.

HÖRNESITE, mineral, xvi. 404. Theodore Edward, English novelist Hor, district, Tibet, XXIII. 341. HORNET, insect, XXIV. 392. and dramatist, XII. 148.

Mount, of Scripture, XII. 159. HORNISGRINDE, mountain, Black Walter Farquhar, dean of West- HORACE, Latin poet, XII. 159; repre Forest, Germany, XXIV. 700. minster, XII. 149.

sentative of the Augustan age, 111. 82; HÖRNLI, mountain, Switzerland, XXIII. HOOKAH, tobacco pipe, XIX. III.

as satirist, XXI. 318; his language and 330. HOOKE, Robert, English man of science, style, xiv. 334; his place in Roman HORNPIE, bird, xiv. 308. XII. 149; his theories of the composi literature, XX. 723.

HORNPIPE, dance and tune, XII. 171. tion of air, V. 461; on attraction, li. HORATII, three brothers, champions of HORN SILVER, XXII. 69. 64; on the laws of magnetism, xv. Rome, XII. 166.

HORNSILVER MINE, Utah, U.S.A., 236; his sextant, XXI. 724; his law of HORATIUS, or Horace (q.v.), (Quintus XXIII. 815. strains, XXII. 595; law of tension and Horatius Flaccus), Latin poet, XII. 159. | HORNSTONE, mineral, xvi. 389, 419. force, vii. 803; his controversy with HORBACHITE, mineral, XVI. 391. HORN WORK, in fortification, IX. 439. Newton, XVII. 442.

HORDE, town, Prussia, XII. 166. HOROLOGIUM OF ANDRONICUS, monuHOOKER, Joseph, American general, HORDES, ethnological groups, VIII. 619. ment, Athens, III. 8. XII. 150; XXIII. 777.

HOREB, Mount, Arabia, XXII. 88; XIII. HOROPTER, in optics, viii. 826; XXII. Mrs, her process of encaustic 396; Elijah on, Vill. 135.

538. painting, viII. 187.

HOREHOUND, plant, XII. 166, 289. HOROSCOPE, Magician's, XV. 206. Richard, English ecclesiastical HORGEN, town, Switzerland, XII. 166. HORROCKS, or · Horrox, Jeremiah, writer, XII. 150; VIII. 421.

HORIM, Idumean cave-dwellers, XII. English astronomer, XII. 172; his Thomas, New England Puritan, 699; XXIII. 583.

observation of the transit of Venus, II. XII. 726. HORITZ, town, Bohemia, XII. 167.

754. Sir William Jackson, English HORIZON, Artificial, its use in navi. HORSA, Invasion of England by, viii. botanist, XII. 152. gation, XVII. 273.

269. HOOKS AND CODs, Dutch political HORMAYR, Joseph, Baron von, German Horse, XII. 172; XV. 429; breeding parties, XII. 72.

statesman and historian, XII. 167. and rearing of, I. 384; pairing with HOOLE, John, English translator and HORMIGAS, islets, Peru, xvIII. 671. ass, xvII. 13; diseases of, xxiv. 201, dramatist, XII. 153. HORMISDAS, Pope, XII. 167.

204; hair of, for manufacture, XI. HOO-NAN, province, China, v. 637. HORMiZD I., king of Persia, xvIII. 608. 376; hides of, for tanning, xiv. 380, HOOPER, John, English bishop and II., of Persia, XVIII. 609.

386; of Arabia, II. 240; in Austriamartyr, XII. 153.

IV., of Persia, xvIII. 613.

Hungary, III. 119; of Bhutan, India, HOO-PIH, province, China, v. 637. HORMUZ(Ormus),town, Persia, XVII. 856. III. 632; Clydesdales, xiv. 251; PerHOOPING-COUGH, XII. 154.

HORN, HORNS, XII. 167; of animals, sian, XVIII. 625; wild, of Turkestan, HOOPOE, bird, XII. 154; XIV. 315.

XV. 348, 431; XXII. 108; use of, for XX111. 635, 638; yabu of Afghanistan, HOORN, town, Holland, XII. 155.

comb-making, VI. 178.

I. 233.

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HORSE ARTILLERY, 11. 662, 667. HOSEMANN, Andreas (Osiander), German | HOUDON, Jean Antoine, French sculptor, HORSE-CHESTNUT tree, XII. 205; cul Reformer, XVIII. 55.

XII. 314; XXI. 563. ture of, 11. 319.

HOSHANGABAD, district and town, India, HOUGHTON, John, his work on HusHORSE-CHESTNUT OIL, XVII. 744.

XII. 298.

bandry and Trade, I. 299. HORSE-GREASE, as source of vaccine HOSIERY, XII. 299; factories in England, HOUND, dog, XII. 314; VII. 328. matter, XXIV. 24. VIII. 233.

fish, XXI. 774. HORSE GUARDS, Government office, Hosius, bishop of Cordova, XII. 300. HOUNSLOW, town, England, XII. 316; London, xiv. 839.

HOSKYN, Chandos Wren, History of military school of music at, 11. 586. HORSE LATITUDES, The, in the North Agriculture by, I. 291.

HEATH, England, XII. 316. Atlantic, XVI. 144.

HOSPITAL, HOSPITALS, XII. 301 ; of HOUR-ANGLE, in tides, XXIII. 357, HORSE-LEECH, XIV. 404.

British army, II. 583; foundling, ix. 367. HORSE-MACKEREL, fish, XII. 206. 481; seamen's, xxi. 607; in England, HOURS OF IDLENESS, Byron's work, Iv. HORSEMANSHIP, XII. 195.

VIII. 253; at Paris, XVIII. 282.

605. HORSENS, town, Denmark, XII. 206.

AMBULANCES, I. 665.

HOUSA, or Houssa, people, Africa, XII. HORSE OIL, XVII. 744.

HOSPITALISM, in surgery, XXII. 678. 318; I. 271. HORSE-POWER, engineers' unit of HOSPITALITY, among the Greeks, xii. HOUSATONIC, river, Massachusetts, energy, XII. 207; XV. 715; in mecha307.

U.S.A., xv. 611. nics, xv. 772, 773; of steam-engines, HOSPITALLERS, Knights, Order of, xxi. HOUSE, Building of, iv. 447; architecXXII. 476, 491.

173, 174; XVI. 709; their rivalry with ture of, 11. 392, 413, 419, 449, 453 ; HORSE-Pox, XXIV. 204.

the Templars, XXIII. 163.

XX. 828; sanitation of, XII. 567; early HORSE-RACING, XII. 199; book-making | HOSPITIUM, Greek institution, XII. Irish, XIII. 256. at, III. 618; at Doncaster, vii. 361; 307.

Royal E., American telegraphist, the Derby and Oaks, at Epsom, viii. HOSPODARS, rulers of Walachia, XXI. XXIII. 113 496; at Newmarket, XVII. 399.

18.

HOUSEBREAKING, IV. 534. HORSERADISH, plant, XII. 207, 283. HOSTE, island, Tierra del Fuego, XXIII. HOUSE-Fly, insect, XII. 317; proboscis HORSE SHOES, Making of, xxi. 831;

of, XXIII. 478. nails for, XVII. 166.

HOSTE-PIAR, mountain, Russia, xxiv. HOUSEHOLD, Royal, of England, xxi. HORSE-STINGER, dragon-fly, Vil. 385. 282.

35. HORSETAIL, plant, XII. 207; XXI. 62; | Hostia, Roman courtezan, XIX. 812. HOUSELEEK, plant, XII. 317, 252. stem of, iv. 106. HOT-AIR FURNACE, IX. 846.

HOUSE OF COMMONS, England, VIII. HORSFORD, his measurement of electro-Hot-BLAST STOVE, XIII. 302.

260; XVIII. 311. lytic resistance, viii. 48. HOTCHKISS GUN, XI. 285.

HOUSE OF LORDS, England, VIII. 259; HORSHAM, town, England, xii. 208; | Hotch-Pot, in law, XII. 308.

XVIII. 310, 461 ; as court of appeal, XXII. 724.

HÔTEL DES INVALIDES, Paris, XVIII. HORSLEY, John, English antiquary, XII.

283, 292.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, United 208.

HÔTEL DE VILLE, in architecture, II. States, XXIII. 749.
Samuel, English bishop and con 466.

HOUSE-PAINTING, IV. 510; XVII. 39. troversialist, XII. 209; his contention HÔTEL Dieu, in architecture, 11. 466. HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT, at London, with the Royal Society, XXI. 39. HOTELS, Law relating to, XIII. 81. xiv. 839.

William, English musical com HOTHAM, suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, HOUSSA, people, Africa, XII. 318 ; I. poser, XII. 209. xv. 8, 366.

271. HORTA, Villa de, town, Azores, 111. 172. Hotho, Heinrich Gustav, German art HOUSSAYE, Abraham N. Amelot de la, HORTEN, town, Norway, XII. 209.

critic, XII. 308.

French historian, 1. 668.
HORTENSE, mother of Napoleon III., HOTHOUSE, for plants, XII. 221. HOUSTON, town, Texas, U.S.A., XII. 318;

emperor of the French, XII. 209; HOTMAN, François, French publicist, XXIII. 205.
XVII. 226.
XII. 308.

- Samuel, American general and HORTENSIAN LAW, of Rome, xx. 738. HOT-SPRINGS, town, Arkansas, U.S.A., statesman, XII. 318. HORTENSIUS, Quintus, Roman orator, XII. 309; XVI. 436.

HOUTOU, bird, xvII. 3. HOTSPUR (Henry Percy), English war HOUWAERT, Jean Baptista, Flemish HORTICULTURE, Science and practice rior, XVIII. 523.

poet, XII. 319, 92. of, XII. 211 (index, 295); societies for HOTTENTOTS, South-African race, XII. HOVAKS, tribe, Moravia, xvi. 811. promotion of, XXII. 225.

309; I. 264; V. 45, 47; language of, Hovas, people of Madagascar, xv. 171, HORTULUS, Walafrid's poem, XXIV. 320. XVIII. 779; myths of, xvII. 147; re 324. HORTUS KEWENSIS, Aiton's catalogue, ligion of, xx. 362.

HOVEDON, Roger of, English chronicler, HOTTINGER, Johann Heinrich, Swiss

XII. 319. HORTUS Siccus, or Herbarium, XI. 715. theologian and philologist, XII. 313. HOWARD, Lord, of Effingham, high HORUS, Egyptian divinity, VII. 717. HOTTOMAN, Hotman, François, admiral of England, 11. 544. HORVATH, Andreas, Hungarian poet, French publicist, XII. 308.

Catherine, wife of Henry VIII., XII. 377

Hot Waves, of air, in United States, VIII. 337; XI. 665.
Hos, people, India, XXII. 94.
XXIII. 805.

Frederick, fifth earl of Carlisle, v.
HOSAIN B. ALI, Husein, or Hoseyn, HOVAHOUNA, island, Marquesas, Pacific,
Moslem leader, XVI. 567, 568; 11. 258; xv. 564.

George W. F., seventh earl of tomb of, at Kerbela, Asiatic Turkey, HOUBRAKEN, Jacobus, Dutch engraver, Carlisle, v. 110. XIV. 48; hero of passion play, XI. 508; XII. 314.

Henry, earl of Northampton, XVII. XVIII. 660.

HOUDAN FOWLS, XIX. 645. HOSEA, Old Testament prophet, XII. HOUDIN, J. E. Robert, French conjurer, Henry, earl of Surrey, English 295; XIII. 411. XIV. 415; XV. 209.

poet, XXII. 694.

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HOWARD, John, English philanthropist, HUASCAN, mountain, Peru, XVIII. 672. HUESCA, town, Spain, XII. 334; univerXII. 319; on prison discipline, xix. HUAURA, islets, Peru, xvIII. 671.

sity of, xxIII. 839. 747

HUAYLAS, Callejon de, ravine, Peru, HUESCAR, town, Spain, XII. 335. -Messrs, agricultural implement XVIII. 672.

HUET, Pierre Daniel, French bishop makers, England, 1. 318.

HUAYNA CCAPAC, the Great Ynca, Peru, and scholar, XII. 335; his Huetiana, Sir R., English dramatist, VII. XVIII. 677.

1. 785. 435.

HUAYNAPUTINA, volcano, Peru, xvIII. HUFELAND, Christoph Wilhelm, GerHOWE, low ground, in Scotland, XXI 672.

man physician, XII. 335. 524.

HUBALDUS (Hucbald, q.v.), mediæval Gottlieb, German jurist, XII. 336. Earl, English admiral, XII. 323; musician, XII. 329.

HUG, Johann Leonhard, Swiss theoXXIII. 743.

HUBER, François, Swiss naturalist, XII. logian and Biblical critic, XII. 336. Elias, inventor of sewing machine, 327; on bees, III. 486, 491, 493, 497.

HUGBALDUS (Hucbald), mediæval XXI. 718.

Jean, Swiss writer, XII. 327.

musician, XII. 329; XVII. 80. John, English Puritan divine, XII. Johann, German theologian and HUGGENS COLLEGE, Northfleet, Eng322. philosopher, XII 328.

land, xvII. 563. Sir William, British general in Marie, Swiss writer, XII. 327. HUGGINS, W., his observatory near America, XXIII. 742, 743.

Pierre, Swiss naturalist, XII. 328; London, XVII. 711. HOWELL, James, English writer and on ants, II. 94.

HUGH, St, of Avalon, bishop of Lincoln, politican, XII. 324.

HUBERT, St, bishop of Liége, XII. 328. XII. 336.
Howitt, Mary, English writer, XII. 324. HUBERTSBURG, Saxony, Peace of (1763), the Great, duke of France, ix. 536;
-William, English writer, XII. 324.

X. 483; XVII. 541.
HOWITZER, gun, XI. 306, 310.
HUBLI, town, India, XII. 328.

count of Vermandois, crusader, HOWLEGLAS (Eulenspiegel), chap-book, HÜBNER, Johann, his dictionaries, VIII. VI. 624. VIII. 664. 195.

of Paris, scholastic theologian, HOWLET, bird, xvIII. 88. HÜBNERITE, mineral, xvi. 403.

XII. 337. HOWLING DERVISHES, VII. 114; XXII.

Huc, Evariste Régis, French missionary of St Cher, French cardinal and 663

and traveller, XII. 328; in Tibet, XIV. scholar, XII. 337. HOWMAN, John (John de Feckenham), 503; XXIII. 338.

of St Victor, scholastic theologian, English ecclesiastic, ix. 61.

HUCBALD, medieval musical composer, XII. 337; XVII. 132; XXI. 425. HOWRAH, town, India, XII. 325.

XII. 329; on musical scales, xvII. 80. CAPET, king of France, IX. 536. Howth, Hill of, Ireland, vii. 494. HUCHTENBURG, Jacob and John van, HUGHENDEN, district, Queensland, xx. HÖXTER, town, Prussia, XII. 325.

Dutch painters, XII. 329.

172. Hoy, island, Orkney, Scotland, XVII. HUCKNALL-TORKARD, town, England, HUGHES, David Edwin, his type-print846. XVII. 598.

ing telegraph, xxIII. 120; his microHOYLE, Edmund, English writer on HUDDERSFIELD, town, England, XII. phone, XXIII. 129, 132. games, XII. 326.

330; population, xxiv. 748.

Hugh Town, Scilly Isles, England, HOZIER, Pierre d', French genealogist HUDIBRAS, Samuel Butler's poem, iv. XXI. 465. and journalist, XVII. 424.

589; VIII. 424.

HUGLI (Hooghly), river, district, and HRABANUS MAURUS MAGNENTIUS, HUDSON, town, New York, U.S.A., XII. town, India, XII. 147. archbishop of Mainz, XII. 326; XXI.

331.

Hugo, or Hugh, count of Provence, 420; his encyclopædia, VIII. 191 ; mineral spring, New Mexico, XIX. 877; XX. 787. school of, X. 522. U.S.A., XVII. 400.

of St Victor, scholastic theologian, HRADSCHIN, part of Prague, Bohemia, - George, English railway promoter, XII. 337; XVII. 132; XXI. 425. XIX. 658. XII. 332.

Victor, French poet, IX. 676. HRODBERT (Rupert), St, of Bavaria, Henry, English navigator and HUGOLIN, Cardinal, his rule of FrancisXXI. 61.

explorer, XII. 332; XVII. 454; XXIII. can nuns, ix. 699. HROLF (Duke Robert), Norman leader, 730; his Arctic explorations, XIX. 317. HUGUBERT (Hubert), St, bishop of XX. 627; IX. 535; XVII. 540.

, Jeffery, English dwarf, vii. 568. Liége, XII. 328. HROSVITHA, mediæval authoress, XII. HUDSONITE, mineral, XVI. 416.

HUGUENOTS, French Protestants, XII. 326; VII. 412.

HUDSON RIVER, United States, XII. 337; IX. 559, 560; in the Cevennes, HUACAS, ruined structures in Peru, II. 331; XVII. 451; XXIII. 761, 792; IV. 743; under Henry IV., XI. 671; 452.

tunnel under, at New York, xvII. organization of, at La Rochelle, ix. HUACO (Guaco), plant, XI. 227.

465; XXIII. 623.

567; in relation to Presbyterianism, HUAHINE, island, Tahiti Archipelago, HUDSON'S BAY, Whale fishery of, xxiv. XIX. 693. XXIII. 22. 527

Les, Meyerbeer's opera, XVI. 222. HUALCAN, mountain, Peru, XVIII. 672. HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY, XII. 333; X.

HUI NEILL, dynasty of Irish kings, XIII. HUALLAGA, river, Peru, XVIII. 673. 190; XIX. 318; XXI. 827.

250. HUANACO (Guanaco), ungulate mammal, Hué, town, Anam, Asia, XII. 333; VI. HUISNE, river, France, xvIII. I. XIV. 739.

96.

HUITZILOPOCHTLI, war-god of Aztecs, HUANCAS, Peruvian nation, xvIII. 676. HUELVA, province, Spain, XII. 334; XVI. 211; XVII. 150; temple of, at HUANCAVELICA, town, Peru, XII. 327; XXII. 298; town, XII. 334.

Mexico, XVI. 221. XVIII. 675.

HUEN, Denmark, Tycho Brahe's obser HULAGU, Mongol prince, XVI. 588, 742. HUANDOY, mountain, Peru, XVIII. 672. vatory at, xvII. 709.

HULEH, lake, Palestine, XIII. 746. HUANUCO, town, Peru, XII. 327; XVIII. HUERTAS, irrigated plains, Spain, XXII. HULKS, The, for convicts, xix. 751. 675.

299.

Hull, town, England, XII. 340; XIV.90; HUARAZ, town, Peru, XII. 327; xvII. HUESCA, province, Spain, XII. 334; population and representation, XXIV. 675. XXII. 298.

748; fisheries, IX. 249.

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Hull, town, Quebec, Canada, xx. 167. HUMERUS, Lars Johansson, Swedish | HUNT, Walter, inventor of a sewing Isaac, American naval officer, poet, XII. 356.

machine, XXI. 718. XXIII. 789.

HUMIDITY, of the atmosphere, III. 33; William Henry, English painter, HULNE ABBEY, Northumberland, Eng XVI. 119; measure of, XII. 569.

XII. 384. land, I. 21; XVII. 568.

HUMILIATI, religious order, XII. 356. HUNTER, horse, XII. 187, 194.
Huls, town, Prussia, XII. 342.
HUMITE, mineral, xvi. 410.

river, New South Wales, XVII. 408. HULSE, John, English divine, XII. 342. HUMMEL, Johann Nepomuk, Hungarian John, English physiologist and HULSEAN LECTURESHIP, Cambridge musical composer, XII. 356.

surgeon, XII. 385; I. 815; XV. 816; university, England, XII. 342. HUMMING-BIRD, XII. 357; III. 745.

his discoveries in anatomy and surHULVER, or Holly, tree, XII. 101. HUMMUNS, baths, in England, 111. 437. gery, XXII. 676; his contributions to HUMAITA, town, Paraguay, XVIII. 244. HUMPHREY, Miss, Gillray's printseller, zoological science, xxiv. 815; his HUMAN BODY, Anatomy of the, 1. 819. x. 600.

anatomical museum, I. 819; XII. 390. HUMANISM, Petrarch as founder of, CLINKER, by Smollett, XXII. 185. William, English physiologist and

XVIII. 709; in relation to the Renais- HUMS (Hems), town, Syria, XI. 649. physician, XII. 391; I. 814; XV. 816; sance, XX. 381, 384, 391.

HUMULUS, genus of plants, XII. 156. his contributions to embryology, VIII. HUMANITARIANISM, 720; of | HUMUS, as manure, XV. 509.

165; to zoological science, xxiv. 815. Leroux, XIV. 471.

HUNDRED, territorial division, England, HUNTERIAN MUSEUM, London, 1. 819; HUMANITY, Comte's religion of, vi. 237. XII. 360; VI. 513; VIII. 273.

XII. 390. HUMAN NATURE, Butler's Sermons on, DAYS, The (1815), 1x. 618; XVII. HUNTER MOUNTAIN, Catskills, U.S.A., IV. 587; Hume's Treatise of, XII. 351. 223.

XXIII. 793 HUMAN-POWER, in mechanics, XV. 772. HUNDRED-HANDERS, of ancient legend, HUNTING, XII. 392; with the cheetah, HUMAN SACRIFICES, XXI. 136; in

XXI. 321.

V. 457 Dahomey, Vi. 767; in India, III. 564; HUNDRED PLAYS, of the Yuen dynasty, HUNTINGDON, county, England, XII. Phænician, xvIII. 803; in Polynesia, China, v. 666.

397; population and representation, XIX. 426.

HUNDRED YEARS’WAR, between France XXIII. 727; town, XII. 398. HUMAN UNDERSTANDING, Hume on and England, ix. 545.

Earldom of, xxi. 482, 484; XXIII. the, XII. 348; Locke on, viii. 425; HUNEA, island, New Caledonia, XVII. 476. XIV. 756, 757 376.

Selina, Countess of, Calvinistic HUMAYUN MAUSOLEUM, Delhi, India, HUNERIC, Vandal king, xxiv. 58. Methodist, xii. 399; her support of VII. 47.

HUNGARIAN LANGUAGE,

374;

Whitefield, XXIV. 551. HUMBER, river, England, viii. 216; XVIII. 779; XXIV. 2; dictionaries of, HUNTINGTON, Joseph, American UniXIV. 654; XXIV. 747. VII. 188.

versalist, XXIII. 831. river, Newfoundland, xvII. 382. HUNGARIAN LEATHER, XIV. 389. HUNTS (Huntingdon), county, England, HUMBERT I.-III., princes of Savoy, XXI.

HUNGARIAN LITERATURE, XII. 375. XII. 397; XXIII. 727. 339.

HUNGARIANS, XII. 365; in Transylvania, HUNYADY, John, governor of Hungary, HUMBLE-BEE, insect, XII. 342.

XXIII. 522; in Walachia, XXI. 16. XII. 367, 368; XXIII. 642. HUMBOLDT, F. H. Alexander, Baron HUNGARIAN SISTERS, twin monsters, Matthias, king of Hungary, XII. von, German naturalist and traveller, XVI. 766.

367, 368; xv. 634. XII. 343; his explorations in South HUNGARY, XII. 361 (index, 380); III. HUNZA, state, on the upper Indus, X. America, X. 192. 115; early connexion of Moldavia

597 Karl Wilhelm von, German states with, XXI. 18; under Deák, vii. 12; HUON, river, Tasmania, XXIII. 72. man and writer, XII. 346.

invasions of, by the Turks, xxIII. DE BORDEAUX, early French epic, mountain ranges, U.S.A., XXIII. 642, 643; revolution in (1848), III. IX. 638; XX. 653. 798.

137; coins of, xvII. 658; language, ISLANDS, New Caledonia, Pacific, -, river and lake, Nevada, U.S.A., XXIV. 2; libraries, xiv. 527, 547; XVII. 376. XVII. 367.

mines, XVI. 468; periodical literature, HUPFELD, Hermann, German OrientHUMBOLDTILITE, mineral, xvi. 412. XVIII. 543 ; Presbyterianism in, xix. alist, XII. 399; on the Pentateuch, HUME, David, Scottish philosopher and 697; Rouman population of, xxiv. XVIII. 506.

historian, XII. 346; on mental asso 270; wine industry, xxiv. 610. See HURD, Richard, English bishop, XII. 399. ciation, II. 730; as economist, xix. also Austria-Hungary.

HURDWAR, town, India, XI. 475. 364; his ethics, VIII. 602; on evolu- | HUNGER, XVII. 667.

HUREAULITE, mineral, XVI. 404. tion, VIII. 760; his logic, xiv. 793; HUNG SEW-TSEUEN, emperor of China, HURKA, river, Manchuria, xv. 466. his metaphysics, XVI. 97; his view of

V. 651.

HURMUZ (Ormus), town, on Persian psychology, xx. 38; his relations with | HUNG-Woo, emperor of China, V. 648. Gulf, xvii. 856. Principal Robertson, xx. 600; with HUNNEBEDDEN, Dutchdolmens, XX1.52. HURN, William, English hymn-writer, Rousseau, XXI. 26; with Adam Smith, HUNS, XII. 381; origin of, xxIII. 659;

XII. 595. XXII. 170; on scepticism, XXI. 381, early home of, xxIII. 639; under HURON, Lake, North America, XXI. 383; his relation to theism, XXIII. 246; Attila, III. 61; their invasion of the

178, 182. his place in English literature, VIII. Gothic dominions, X. 849; of Greece, HURONITE, mineral, xvi. 418. 431, 432; Kant's criticism of his philo XI. 112; of the Roman empire, XX.781; HURONS, American Indians, XII. 827, sophy, XIII. 848; Reid's criticism, xx. in Italy, XIII. 468; in time of Theo 831. 351.

dosius I., XXIII. 257.

HURREEANAH, district, India, XI. 479. - Joseph, English political reformer, White, or Khazars, XIV. 59; XVIII. HURRICANE-BIRD, IX. 786. 610, 613; XXIII. 639.

HURRICANES, XVI. 154; in West Indies, HUMEERPOOR, district and town, India, HUNT, J. H. Leigh, English essayist, XXIV. 511.

XII. 382; his relations with Shelley, HURRUR (Harar), town, North-East HUMERUS, Anatomy of the, I. 827.

XXI. 792.

Africa, XI. 454.

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