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HOLTZMANN, Heinrich J., on Josephus and the Acts of the Apostles, I. 126.

HOLUMO (Gharma), country, Central Asia, XIV. 4.

HOLY ALLIANCE (1815), III. 135; IX. 619.

HOLY BROTHERHOOD, Spanish confederation, XXII. 326.

HOLY COMMUNION, VIII. 651. See Communion.

HOLY CROSS, mountain, Colorado,

United States, v1. 161; XXIII. 796.

HOLY GRAIL, The, in mediaeval legend, x1. 34; Xx. 645; XXIV. 632; 111011105tien de Troyes’s poem, V. 687.

HOLYHEAD, town, Wales, XII. 104.

HOLY HOUSE, cathedral of Loreto, Italy, XV. 4.

HOLY ISLAND, Northumberland, England, хп. 105; XVII. 565.

HOLY JUNTA, of Avila, XXII. 328.

HOLY LANCE, Discovery of the, VI. 626.

HOLY LAND, The, XVIII. 17o.

HOLY MAID, of Kent, 111. 404.

HOLY OFFICE, name for the Inquisition, X111. 91.

HOLYOXE, town, Massachusetts, U.S.A., X11. 105.

HOLY PLACES, Pilgrimages to, XIX.

93

HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE, V111. 181; X. 484 ; XX. 787; popedom at creation of, XIX. 496.

HOLYROOD PALACE, Edinburgh, VII. 663.

HOLY SEPULCHRE, Jerusalem, 670; pilgrimages to, XIX. 94.

HOLY STATE, Fuller’s work, IX. 816.

HOLY VIRGINS, companions of St Ursula, XXIV. 13.

HOLY WAR, Bunyan's work, IV. 529.

HOLY WAR, Fuller’s work, IX. 814.

HOLY WATER, in Roman Catholic ritual, XII. 105.

HOLY WEEK, in ecclesiastical calendar, X11. 106.

HOLYwELL, town, Wales, X11. 106; 1X. 327.

HOLYWOOD, John (Sacro Bosco), Scottish mathematician and astronomer, XXI. 1401 543

HOLZMINDEN, town, Germany, 106.

HOMAGE, in feudal times, XII. 107; salutations as signs of, XXI. 236.

HOMALOPSIDIE, family of snakes, XXII. 192. ~

HOMAXONIA, term in morphology, XVI. 844.

HOMBERG, Wilhelm, philosopher, XII. 107.

HOMBURG, town, Germany, XII. 107; mineral water of, XVI. 434.

_, Hesse­, landgraviate, Germany, XI. 781.

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HOME, David D., American spiritualist, XXII. 405.

_, Henry (Lord Karnes), Scottish judge and philosopher, XIII. 83 3.

_, John, Scottish dramatic poet, XII. 107.

HOMEL, town, Russia, XII. 108.

HOMER, Greek poet, XII. 108; language of, XI. 134; his place in Greek literature, XI. 137; his place in epic poetry, XIX. 267; references to Phocnicia in, XVIII. 805; question of the site of his Troy, XXIII. 582; recension of, byAristarchus, 11. 504; Chapman’s translations of, V. 396; French translations, И. 7 59; Pope’s translation, XIX. 485.

HOMERID/E, poets of Chios, X11. по; XXI. 466.

HOME RULE, in Ireland, XIII. 272.

HOMESTEAD, Law relating to, in United States, XII. 122; XX. 308; in Iceland, XII. 620.

HOMESTEADS, Erection of, I. 308.

HOMEYER, Karl Gustav, German his­ torical Writer, XII. 124.

HOMICIDE, in law, XII. 124; XV. 780; XVII. 52.

HOMILDON HILL, England, Battle of (1402), XVIII. 523.

HOMILIARIUM, book of homilies, XII. 125.

HOMILIES, Books of, X11. 125; in Church of England, VIII. 379.

HOMILITE, mineral, XVI. 409.

HOMILY, XII. 125.

HOMINID/E, Zoological group containing man alone, XV. 444.

HOMOCCELA, order of sponges, XXII. 422.

HOMODERMA, genus of Sponges, XXII. 413.

HOMIEOPATHY, system of medicine, XII. 126; XV. 814; Hahnemann’s relations to, XI. 373.

HOMOGENEOUSNESS, in matter, defined, V11. 804.

HOMOLOGOUMENA, universallyacknowledged books of Scripture, II. 128.

HOMOLOGY, in biology, XVI. 839; distinguished from analogy, XXIV. 807.

HOMOOUSION, Doctrine ofthe, II. 830.

HOMOPLASY, in biology, XXIV. 808; of Sponges, XXII. 426.

HOMOPTERA (Hcmiptera), suborder of insects, XI. 646; XIII. 153.

HOMO-PYROCATECHINE, product of wood distillation, XXIII. 57.

HOMOQUININF, in chemistry, XX. 185.

HOMOTAXIS, identity of order of types, in geology, X. 322.

HOMPESCI-I, Ferdinand, grand-master, Knights of St John, XXI. 175.

HOMRA, plateau, Sahara, Africa, XXI. 149.

HOMS, or Hems, town, Syria, XI. 649.

HON, Egyptian measure, XXIV. 48 5.

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HONAIN IBN ISHAK, Syrian physician, XXII. 847.

HONAN, island, at Canton, China, V. 37

HO-NAN, province, China, V. 634.

_ F OO, town, China, V. 634.

HONDA, town, Colombia, South America, XII. 129.

HONDECOETER, Melchior d', painter, XII. 129.

HONDURAS, republic, Central America, X11. 129; antiquities of, I. 693.

_, British, XII. 132.

HONE, whetstonc, XII. 134.

_, William, English satirist and antiquary, XII. 135.

HONECOURT, “'ilars de, French inventor, XVIII. 554.

HONEY, XII. 136; III. 502; lœvulose in, XXII. 624; of Hymettus, XI. 88.

HONEY-BADGER, carnivorous mammal, хх. 288.

HONEY BEAR, carnivorous mammal, III. 462.

HONEY-COME, 111. 489.

HONEY-RATER, bird, x11. 139.

HONEY-GUIDE, bird, XII. 139.

HONEY-SUCXER, or Honey-Eater, bird, XII. 139.

HONEYSUCXLE, plant, XII. 14o.

HONFLEUR, town, France, XII. 14o.

Нона-Кино, river, Cochin China, VI. 93

HoNG-KONG, island and town, China, X11. 141; observatory at, XVII. 716.

HONG MERCHANTS, Canton, V. 38.

HONITON, town, England, XII. 142.

HONOLULU, town, Hawaiian Islands, X1. 531.

HONORARIUM, Jus, in Roman law, хх. 695

HONORATUS, St, of Lerins, XXI. 238.

HONORIFIC SACRII-‘ICES, XXI. 132.

HONORIUs I., pope, X11. 143; on Monothelitism, XVI. 758.

_ II., pope, X11. 143; XX. 791.

_ Il., antipope, X11. 143;XIX. 498.

_ lll., pope, XII. 143; XIII. 474; хх. 795»

_ V., pope, XII. 143.

, Flavius Augustus, emperor of the West, XII. 143; XX. 779; his relations with Alaric, I. 442.

HONOUR, Order of the Legion of, XIV. 417.

_, Titles of, XXIII. 417.

HONOURAELE, title, XXIII. 418.

HONTHEIM, Johann Nikolaus von, opponent of Ultramontanism, XII. 143; his treatise Febronius, XIX. 507.

HoNTHoRsT, Gerard van, Dutch painter, XII. 143.

HONVED, Hungarian army 0f defence, XII. 374.

HOOBLY (Hubli), town, India, XII. 328.

HOOCH, Pieter de, Dutch painter, XII.

I 44.

Dutch HOO-CHOW FOO, town, China, XII. 144.

HOOD, in academic costume, VI. 464.

_, Viscount, English admiral, XII. 146.

_, John Bell, American general, XXIII. 779, 789.

_, Thomas, English humorist and poet, XII. 145.

_, Tom, English humorist and poet, XII. 146.

_, Mount,Cascade Mountains,U.S.A., XVII. 822; ххш. 800.

HOODED CROWS, Of Europe and India, VI. 618.

HOODED SNAKE, or Cobra, v1. 90.

HOOD-MOULD, in architecture, II. 466.

HOOFS, of mammals, XV. 348; of the horse, XII. 178, 195.

HOOFT, Pieter Cornelissen, Dutch poet and historian, XII. 146, 93.

HOOGEVEEN, village, Netherlands, XII. 147.

HOOGE VELD, district of Transvaal, South Africa, XXIII. 518.

НООСНЕ, поташ de, Dutch саммиты, V. 104.

HOOGIILY, or Hugli, district, India, x11. 147; town, XII. 148.

_, river, India, XII. 147.

HOOGSTRATEN, Samuel Dirksz
Dutch painter, XII. 148.

Ноок, Fishing, II. 33, 38.

_, Reaping, XXI. 574.

_, Theodore Edward, English novelist and дышишь, XII. 148.

_, Walter Farquhar, dean of W estminster, X11. 149.

HOORAII, tobacco pipe, XIX. 111.

HOOKE, Robert, English man of science, XII. 149; his theOrIes of the composition of air, V. 461; on attraction, III. 64; on the laws of magnetism, XV. 236; his вещам, XXI. 724; his law of strains, XXII. 595; law of tension and force, VII. 803; his controversy with Newton, XVII. 442.

HOOKER, Joseph, American general, XII. 15o; XXIII. 777.

_, Mrs, her process of encaustic painting, VIII. 187.

_, Richard, English ecclesiastical writer, X11. 150; vIII. 421.

_, Thomas, New England Puritan, XII. 726.

, Sir William Jackson, English botanist, XII. 152.

HoOXs AND Cons, Dutch political parties, X11. 72.

HOOLE, John, English translator and dramatist, XII. 153.

HOO-NAN, province, China, V. 637.

HOOPER, John, English bishop and martyr, XII. 153.

HOO-PIII, province, China, V. 637.

HOOPING-COUGII, XII. 154.

l-IOOPOE, bird, XII. 154; XIV. 315.

HOORN, town, Holland, XII. 15 5.

van,

HOOSACTUNNEL, Massachusetts,U.S.A., XV. 613.

HOP, plant, XII. 156; culture of, I. 381; Iv. 272; mildew of, XVI. 294; use of hops in brewing, IV. 272.

НОРЕ, in phrenology, XVIII. 845.

_, Thomas, English writer and antiquary, XII. 158.

HOPEITE, mineral, XVI. 405.

HOPETOUN HOUSE, Linlithgow, Scotland, XIV. 670.

HÖPXEN, Anders Johan von, Swedish rhetorician, XXII. 7 5 5.

HOPKINS, river, Victoria, Australia, XXIV. 216.

_, Ezekiel, bishop of Londonderry, XII. 158.

_, John, his psalms and hymns, XII. 589.

_, Samuel, American theologian, XII. 158.

HOPKINSON, Francis, American satirist, XII. 159; I. 722.

_, Joseph, American poet, I. 722. HOPLONEMERTEA, suborder of nemertine worms, XVII. 326, 33o. HOPLoPIIORID/E, family of edentate mammals, XV. 388.

HOP-MILDEW, хш. 294.

HOPOTERODONTES, suboider of snakes, XXII. 192.

HOPPNER, John, English painter, XII. 159.

HOR, district, Tibet, XXIII. 341.

_, Mount, of Scripture, XII. 159.

HORACE, Latin poet, XII. 159; representative of the Augustan age, III. 82; as satirist, XXI. 318; his language and style, XIV. 334; his place in Roman literature, хх. 723. .

HORATII, three brothers, champions of Rome, XII. 166.

HORATIUS, or Horace (q.v.), (Quintus Horatius Пассив), Latin poet, XII. 159.

HORBACIIITE, mineral, XVI. 391.

HORDE, town, Prussia, XII. 166.

HORDES, ethnological groups, VIII. 619.

HoREn, Mount, Ambia, XXII. 88; XIII. 396; Elijah on, VIII. 135.

HOREHOUND, plant, XII. 166, 289.

HORGEN, town, Switzerland, XII. 166.

HORIM, ldumean cave-dwelleIs, XII. 699; XXIII. 583.

HORITZ, town, Bohemia, XII. 167.

HORIZON, Artificial, its use in navigation, XVII. 273.

HORMAYR, Joseph, Baron von, German statesman and historian, XII. 167.

HORMIGAS, islets, Peru, XVIII. 671.

HoRMIsDAs, Pope, XII. 167.

HORMIzD I., king of Persia, XVIII. 608.

_ Il., of Persia, XVIII. 609.

_ IV., of Persia, XVIII. 613.

HORMUZ (OrnIus),town, Persia, XVII. 8 56.

HORN, HORNS, XII. 167; of animals, XV. 348, 431; XXII. 108; use of, for comb-making, VI. 178.

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HORN, musical instrument, XII. 67; XXIII. 592.

_, Cape, South America, XXIII. 383; rounded by Le Maire and Schouten, X. 186.

_ AND RIMENIIILD, Stories of, XX. 657.

HORNBEAM, tree, XII. 168; culture of, II. 317.

HORNBILI., bird, XII. 169.

HORNBLENDE, mineral, X. 228; Xv. 217; XVI. 417.

HORNBLENDE-ANDESITE, mineral, X. 235.

HORNBLOWER, Jonathan, improver of steam-engine, XXII. 477; XXIV. 414.

HORN-BOOK, XII. 17o.

HORNCASTLE, town, England, XII. 170.

Ноют, George, bishop of Norwich, X11. 171; opponent of Adam Smith, XXII. 170.

_, Thomas Hartwell, English Biblical writer, XII. 171.

Ножны) POUT, fish, XXII. 68.

HORNELLSVILLE, town, New York, U.S.A., XII. 171.

HORNEMANN, Friedrich K., traveller in Africa, I. 246.

HORNER, Francis, English political economist, XII. 171.

_, W. G., his method of solving equations, I. 516; vIII. 500.

HÖRNESITE, mineral, XVI. 404.

HORNET, insect, XXIV. 392.

HORNISGRINDE, mountain, Black Forest, Germany, XXIV. 7оо.

HÖRNLI, mountain, Switzerland, XXIII. 330

HORNPIE, bird, XIV. 308.

HORNPIPE, dance and tune, XII. 171.

HORN SILVER, XXII. 69.

HORNSILVER MINE, Utah, U.S.A., XXIII. 815.

HORNSTONE, mineral, XVI. 389, 419.

HORN WORX, in fortification, IX. 439.

HOROLOGIUM 0F ANDRONICL'S, monu~ ment, Athens, III. 8.

HOROPTER, iu optics, VIII. 826; ххп. 538.

HOROSCOPE, Magicians, XV. 206.

HORROCKS, or ­ HOI-rox, Jeremiah, English astronomer, XII. 172; his observation of the transit of Venus, II. 754«

HORSA, Invasion of England by, VIII. 269.

HORSE, XII. 172; XV. 429; breeding and rearing of, I. 384; pairing with ass, XVII. 13; diseases of, XXIV. 201, 204; hair of, for manufacture, XI. 376; hides of, for tanning, XIV. 380, 386; of Arabia, II. 24o; in AustriaHungary, III. 119; of Bhutan, India, III. 632; Clydesdales, XIV. 251; Persian, XVIII. 625; wild, of Turkestan, XXIII. 635, 638; yabu of Afghanistan, I. 233.

HORSE ARTILLERY, II. 662, 667.

HORSE-CHESTNUT tree, XII. 205; culture of, II. 319.

HORSE-CHESTNUT OIL, XVII. 744.

HORSE-GREASE, as source of vaccine matter, XXIV. 24.

HORSE GUARDS, Government oñicc, London, XIV. 8 39.

HORSE LATITUDES, The, in the North Atlantic, XVI. 144.

l-lORSE-LEECH, XIV. 404.

Неизв-Мишень, fish, xII. 206.

HORSEIIIANSHIP, XII. 195.

HORSENS, town, Denmark, XII. 206.

HORSE OIL, XVII. 744.

HORSE-POWER, engineers’ unit of energy, XII. 207; XV. 715; in mechanies, XV. 772, 773; of steam-engines, ххп. 476, 491.

HORSE-POX, XXIV. 204.

HORSE-RACING, x11. 199; book-making at, III. 618; at Doncaster, VII. 361; the Derby and Oaks, at Epsom, VIII. 496; at Newmarket, XVII. 399.

HORSERADISH, plant, XII. 207, 283.

HORSE SHOES, Making of, xxi. 831; nails for, xVII. 166.

HORSE-STINGER, dragon-fly, VII. 38 5.

HORSETAIL, plant, x11. 207; xxI. 62; stem of, 1V. 106.

HORSFORD, his measurement of electrolytic resistance, VIII. 48.

HORSHAM, town, England, XII. 208; XXII. 724.

HORSLEY, John, English antiquary, x11. 208.

, Samuel, English bishop and controversialist, XII. 209; his contention with the Royal Society, XXI. 39.

_, lVilliam, English musical composer, XII. 209.

HORTA, Villa de, town, Azores, III. 172.

HORTEN, town, Norway, XII. 209.

HORTENSE, mother of Napoleon lll., emperor of the French, XII. 209; XVII. 226.

HORTENSIAN LAW, of Rome, xx. 738.

HORTENSIUS, Quintus, Roman Orator, XII. 210.

HORTICULTURE, Science and practice of, XII. 211 (index, 295); Societies for promotion of, XXII. 22 5.

HORTULUS, типаж poem, XXIV. 320.

HORTUS KEwENSIS, Aiton’s catalogue, I. 431.

HORTUS SICCUS, or Herbarium, XI. 715.

HORUS, Egyptian divinity, VII. 7I7.

HORVATH, Andreas, Hungarian poet, XII. 377.

HOS, people, India, XXII. 94.

HOSAIN B. ALI, Husein, or Hoseyn, Moslem leader, хш. 567, 568 ; 11.258; tomb of, at Kerbela, Asiatic Turkey, XIV. 48; hero of passion play, x1. 508; XVIII. 660.

HOSEA, Old Testament prophet, XII. 295; XIII. 411.

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HOSEMANN, Andreas(0siander), German Reformer, XVIII. 55.

HOSHANGABAD, district and town, India, XII. 298.

HOSIERV, XII. 299; factories in England, VIII. 233.

HOSIUS, bishop of Cordova, XII. 300.

HOSKYN, Chandos Wren, History of Agriculture by, I. 291.

HOSPITAL, HOSPITALS, X11. 301 ; of British army, II. 583; foundling, IX. 481; seamen’s, XXI. 607; in England, VIII. 253; at Paris, XVIII. 282.

_ AMIIULANCES, I. 665.

HOSPITALISM, in surgery, XXII. 678.

HOSPITALITY, among the Greeks, XII. 307.

HOSPITALLERS, Knights, Order of, xxl. 173, 174; XVI. 709; their rivalry with the Templars, XXIII. 163.

HOSPITIUM, Greek institution, XII. 307.

HOSPODARS, rulers of Walacliia, xxI. 18.

HOSTE, island, Tierra del Fuego, ххш. 384.

HOSTE-PIAR, mountain, Russia, XXIV. 282.

HOSTIA, Roman coul-texan, XIX. 812.

HOT-AIR FURNACE, IX. 846.

HOT-BLAST STOVE, XIII. 302.

HOTCHXISS GUN, x1. 285.

HOTCH-POT, in law, XII. 308.

HOTEL DES INVALIDES, Paris, XVIII. 283, 292.

HOTEL DE VILLE, in architecture, II. 466.

HOTEL DIEU, in architecture, II. 466.

HOTELS, Law relating to, XIII. 81.

HOTHAM, suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, xv. 8, 366.

HOTHO, Heinrich Gustav, German art critic, XII. 308.

HOTHOUSE, for plants, x11. 221.

HOTMAN, François, French publicist, XII. 308.

HOT-SPRINGS, town, Arkansas, U.S.A., XII. 309; XVI. 436.

HOTSPUR (Henry Percy), English warrior, XVIII. 523.

HOTTENTOTS, South-African race, XII. 309; I. 264; v- 45, 47; language Of, xvIII. 779; myths of, xVII. 147; religion Of, XX. 362.

HOTTINGER, Johann Heinrich, Swiss theologian and р11110103151з x11. 313. HOTTOMAN, or Hotman, François,

French publicist, XII. 308.

Нот WAVES, of air, in United States, XXIII. 805.

HOUAHOUNA, island, Marquesas, Pacific, xv. 564.

HOUBRAKEN, Jacobus, Dutch eugmver, x11. 314.

HOUDAN FOwLS, XIX. 645.

HOUDIN, J. E. Robert, French conjurer, XIV. 415; xv. 209.

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HOUSE, Building of, Iv. 447; architecture of, Н. 392, 413, 419, 449‚ 453; XX. 828; Sanitation of, XII. 567; early Irish, XIII. 256.

_, Royal E., American telegraphist, XXIII. 113.

HOUSEBREAKING, IV. 534.

HOUSE-FLY, insect, XII. 317; proboscis of, XXIII. 478.

HOUSEHOLD, Royal, of England, xxi. 35

HOUSELEEK, plant, XII. 317, 252.

HOUSE or COMMONS, England, V111. 260; XVIII. 311.

HOUSE OF LORDS, England, VIII. 259; XVIII. 310, 461 ; as court of appeal, II. 209.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, United States, XXIII. 749.

HOUSE-PAINTING, IV. 510; XVII. 39.

HOUSES OE PARLIAMENT, at London, XIV. 839.

HOUSSA, people, Africa, XII. 318; I. 271.

HOUSSAYE, Abraham N. Amelot de la, French historian, I. 668.

HOUSTON, town, Texas, U.S.A., XII. 318; XXIII. 205.

_, Samuel, American general and statesman, XII. 318.

HOUTOU, bi1-d, XVII. 3.

HOUWAERT, Jean Baptista, Flemish poet, XII. 319, 92.

HOVAKS, tribe, Moravia, XVI. 811.

HOVAS, people of llladagasear, XV. 171, 324.

HOVEDON, Roger of, English chronicler, x11. 319.

HOWARD, Lord, of Effingham, high admiral of England, II. 544.

_­, Catherine, wife of Henry VIII., VIII. 337; XI. 665.

, Frederick, {ifth earl of Carlisle, v. 110.

_, George YV. F., seventh earl of Carlisle, v. по.

_, Henry, earl of Northampton, XVII.

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j, Henry, earl of Surrey, English

poet, XXII. 694.

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HOWARD, John, English philanthropist, XII. 319; on prison discipline, XIX. 747

_, Messrs, agricultural makers, England, I. 318.

_, Sir R., English dramatist, VII. 435

HOWE, low ground, in Scotland, XXI 524.

_, Earl, English admiral, XII. 323; XXIII. 743.

_, Elias, inventor of sewing machine, XXI. 718.

_, John, English Puritan divine, XII. 322.

_, Sir William, British general in America, XXIII. 742, 743.

HOWELL, James, English writer and politican, XII. 324.

HowITT, Mary, English writer, X11. 324.

_, William, English writer, XII. 324.

HowITzsR, gun, x1. 306, 3io.

HOWLEGLAS (Eulenspiegel), chap-book, vIII. 664.

HowLET, bird, XVIII. 88.

HowLING DERVISIIES, VII. 114; XXII. 663.

HOWMAN, John (John de F eckenham), English ecclesiastic, IX. 61.

Нон/мн, town, India, X11. 325.

HowTH, Hill of, Ireland, V11. 494.

HÖXTER, town, Prussia, XII. 325.

HOV, island, Orkney, Scotland, XVII. 846.

HOYLE, Edmund, English writer on games, X11. 326.

HozIER, Pierre d’, French вещающее and journalist, XvII. 424.

HRABANUS MAURUs MAGNENTIUS, archbishop of Mainz, x11. 326; XXI. 420; his encyclopaedia, VIII. 191 ; school of, X. 522.

HRADSCHIN, part of Prague, Bohemia, XIX. 658.

HRODBERT (Rupert), St, of Bavaria, XXI. 61.

НЕОН‘ (Duke Robert), Norman leader, хх. 627; 1x. 535; XVII. 54o.

HROSVITHA, mediaeval authoress, XII. 326; VII. 412.

HUACAS, ruined structures in Peru, II. 451

HUAco (Guaco), plant, XI. 227.

HUAIIINE, island, Tahiti Archipelago, XXIII. 22.

HUALCAN, mountain, Peru, XVIII. 672.

HUALLAGA, river, Peru, XVIII. 67 3.

Н UANACO (Guanaco), ищущие mammal, XIV. 739.

HUANCAS, Peruvian nation, XVIII. 676.

HUANCAVELICA, town, Peru, XII. 327; XVIII. 675.

HUANDoV, mountain, Peru, XVIII. 672.

HUANUCO, town, Peru, x11. 327; Xv111. 675.

HUARAz, town, Peru, X11. 327; xv111. 675.

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HUASCAN, mountain, Peru, XVIII. 672.

HUAURA, islets, Peru, XVIII. 671.

HUAYLAS, Callejon de, ravine, Peru, XVIII. 672.

HUAYNA CCAPAC, the Great Ynca, Peril, XVIII. 677.

HUAVNAPUTINA, volcano, Peru, XVIII. 672.

HUBALDUs (Hucbald, ум), mediaeval musician, XII. 329.

HUBER, François, Swiss naturalist, XII. 327; он bees, ш. 486. 491. 493, 497

, Jean, Swiss writer, X11. 327.

_, Johann, German theologian and philosopher, XII 328.

_, Marie, Swiss writer, XII. 327.

_, Pierre, Swiss naturalist, XII. 328; on ants, II. 94.

HUBERT, St., bishop of Liége, X11. 328.

HUßsRTsBURG, Saxony, Peace of (1763), 1X. 591.

Новы, town, India, XII. 328.

HÜBNER, Johann, his dictionaries, VIII. 195.

HUßNsRITE, mineral, хш. 403.

HUC, Evariste Régis, French missionary and traveller, x11. 328; in Tibet, XIV. 503; XXIII. 338.

HUCBALD, mediaeval musical composer, XII. 329; on musical scales, XVII. 80. HUCHTENBURG, Jacob and John van,

Dutch painters, XII. 329.

HUCKNALL-TORKARD, town, England, XVII. 598.

HUDDERSFIELD, tomi, England, x11. 33o; population, XXIV. 748.

HUDIBRAS, Samuel Butlcŕs poem, IV.

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HUDSON, town, New York, U.S.A., XII. 331­

_, mineral spring, New Mexico,

U.S.A., XVII. 4оо.

_, George, English railway promoter, XII. 332.

_, Henry, English navigator and explorer, XII. 332; XVII. 454; XXIII. 730; his Arctic explorations, XIX. 317.

_, Jeffery, English dwarf, VII. 568.

HUDSONITE, mineral, хш. 416.

HUDSON RIVER, United States, X11. 331; XVII. 451; XXIII. 761, 792; tunnel under, at New York, XVII. 465; XXIII. 623.

HUDsoN’s BAY, Whale fishery of, XXIV. 527.

HUDsoN’s BAv COMPANY, x11. 333; х. 190; XIX. 318; XXI. 827.

HUÉ, town, Анат, Asia, XII. 333; v1. 96.

HUELVA, province, Spain, XII. 334; XXII. 298; town, XII. 334.

HUEN, Denmark, Tycho Brahe’s observatory at, XVII. 709.

HUERTAS, irrigated plains, Spain, XXII. 299.

HUESCA, province, Spain, XII. 334; XXII. 298.

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HUESCA, town, Spain, XII. 334; university of, XXIII. 839.

HUESCAR, tomi, Spain, XII. 335.

HUET, Pierre Daniel, French bishop and scholar, XII. 335; his Huetiana, I. 785.

HUFELAND, Christoph Wilhelm, German physician, XII. 335.

, Gottlieb, German jurist, XII. 336.

HUG, Johann Leonhard, Swiss theologian and Biblical critic, XII. 3 36.

HUGBALDUs (Hucbald), mediaeval musician, XII. 329; XVII. 8o.

HUGGENS COLLEGE, помнет, England, xvII. 563.

HUGGINS, W., his observatory near London, XVII. 711.

HUGH, St, of Avalon, bishop of Lincoln, XII. 336.

_, the Great, duke of France, IX. 536; x. 483; xvII. 54x.

, count of Vermandois, Crusader, v1. 624.

_ of Paris, XII. 337.

of St Cher, French cardinal and

scholar, XII. 337.

of St Victor, scholastic theologian, XII. 337; XVII. 132; XXI. 425.

_ CAPET, king of France, IX. 5 36.

HUGHENDEN, district, Queensland, XX. 172.

HUGHES, David Edwin, his type-printing telegraph, XXIII. 120; his microphone, XXIII. 129, 132.

HUGH TowN, Scilly Isles, England, XXI. 465.

HUGLI (Hooghly), river, district, and town, India, XII. 147.

HUGO, or Hugh, count of Provence, XIX. 877; XX. 787.

-- of St Victor, scholastic theologian, XII. 337; XVII. 132; XXI. 425.

_, Victor, French poet, IX. 676.

HUGOLIN, Отшив], his rule of Franciscan nuns, IX. 699.

HUGUBERT (Hubert), St, bishop of Lie'ge, XII. 328.

HUGUENoTs, French Protestants, X11. 337; IX. 559, 560; in the Cevennes, IV. 743; under Henry IV., XI. 671; organization of, at La Rochelle, IX. 567; in relation to Presbyterianism, XIX. 693.

_, Les, Meyerbeer’s opera, XVI. 222.

HUI NEILL, dynasty of Irish kings, XIII. 250.

HUIsNE, river, France, XVIII. 1.

HUITzILoroCIITLI, war-god of Aztecs, XVI. 211; XVII. 15o; temple of, at Mexico, XVI. 221.

HULAGU, Mongol prince, XVI. 588, 742.

HUL1a11,1ake, Palestine, хш. 746.

HULKS, The, for convicts, XIX. 751.

HULL, town, England, x11. 34o; X1v.90; population and representation, XXIV. 748; fisheries, 1X. 249.

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scholastic theologian, HULL, town, Quebec, Canada, XX. 167.

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_, Isaac, American naval oilicer, XXIII. 789.

HULNE ABBEY, Northumberland, England, 1. 21; XVII. 568.

HULS, town, Prussia, XII. 342.

HULSE, John, English divine, XII. 342.

HULsEAN LECTURESIIIP, Cambridge university, England, XII. 342.

Ниш/Ев, or Holly, tree, XII. IoI.

HUMAITA, town, Paraguay, XVIII. 244.

HUMAN BoDV, Anatomy of the, 1. 819.

HUMANISM, Petrarch as founder of, XVIII. 709; in relation to the Renaissance, XX. 381, 384, 391.

НимАштАкмшзм, VIII.
Leroux, XIV. 471.

HUMANITV, Comte’s religion of, V1. 237.

HUMAN NATURE, Butleŕs Sermons on, IV. 587; Hume’s Treatise of, XII. 351.

HUMAN-POWER, in mechanics, XV. 772.

HUMAN SACRIFICES, XXI. 136; in Dahomey, VI. 767; in India,111. 564; Phoenician, XVIII. 803; in Polynesia, XIX. 426.

HUMAN UNDERSTANDING, Hume on the, XII. 348; Locke 011, VIII. 425; XIV- 756, 757

HUMAVUN MAUSOLEUIII, Delhi, India., VII. 47.

HUMBER, river, England, VIII. 216; XIV. 654; ххш. 747.

_, river, Newfoundland, XVII. 382.

HUMBERT l.-lll., princes of Savoy, XXI. 339

HUMBLE-BEE, insect, X11. 342.

HUMBOLDT, F. H. Alexander, Baron von, German naturalist and traveller, XII. 343; his explorations in South America, X. 192.

_, Karl Wilhelm von, German statesman and writer, XII. 346.

_, mountain ranges, U.S.A., XXIII. 798

_, river and lake, Nevada, U.S.A., XVII. 367.

HUMBOLDTILITE, mineral, XVI. 412.

HUME, David, Scottish philosopher and historian, XII. 346; on mental association, 11. 730; as economist, XIX. 364; his ethics, VIII. 602; on evolution, VIII. 760; his logic, XIV. 793; his metaphysics, XVI. 97; his View of psychology, XX. 38; his relations with Principal Robertson, XX. 600; with Rousseau, XXI. 26; with Adam Smith, XXII. 170; on scepticism, XXI. 381, 383; his relation to theism, XXIII. 246; his place in English literature, VIII. 431, 432; Kant’s criticism of his philosophy, XIII. 848; Reid’s criticism, XX. 351~

_, Joseph, English political reformer, XII. 355.

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

HUMERUS, Anatomy of the, I. 827.

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HUMERUS, Lars Johansson, Swedish poet, XII. 356.

HUMIDITV, of the atmosphere, III. 33; XVI. II9; Ineasure of, XII. 569.

HUMILIATI, religious order, XII. 356.

HUMITE, mineral, XVI. 41о.

HUMMEL, Johann Nepomuk, Hungarian musical composer, XII. 356.

HUMMING-BIRD, XII. 357; III. 745.

HUMMUNS, baths, in England, III. 437.

HUMPHREY, Miss, Gillray’s printseller, X. 600.

_ CLINXER, by Smollett, XXII. 185.

HUMS (Hema), town, Syria, XI. 649.

HUMULUS, gemis of plant-s, X11. 156.

HUMUS, as manure, XV. 509.

HUNDRED, territorial division, England, XII. 360; VI. 513; VIII. 273.

_DAVs, The (I8I5), IX. 618; XVII. ' 223.

HUNDRED-HANDERS, of ancient legend, XXI. 321.

HUNDRED PLAYS, of the Yuen dynasty, China, V. 666.

HUNDRED YEARS’WAR, between France and England, IX. 545.

HUNEA, island, New Caledonia, XVII. 376

HUNERIC, Vandal king, XXIV. 58.

HUNGARIAN LANGUAGE, XII. 374; XVIII. 779; XXIV. 2; dictionaries of, VII. 188.

HUNGARIAN LEATHER, XIV. 389.

HUNGARIAN LITERATURE, XII. 375.

HUNGARIANS, XII. 365; inTransylvania, XXIII. 522; in Walachia, XXI. 16.

HUNGARIAN SISTERS, twin monsters, XVI. 766.

HUNGARY, XII. 361 (index, 38o); III. 115; early connexion of Moldavia with, XXI. 18; under Deák, VII. 12; invasions of, by the Turks, XXIII. 642, 643; revolution in (1848), III. 137; coins of, XVII. 658; language, XXIV. 2 ; libraries, XIV. 527, 547; mines, XVI. 468; periodical literature, XVIII. 543; Presbyterianism in, XIX. 697; Bouman population of, XXIV. 27o; wine industry, XXIV. 610. See also Austria-Hungary.

HUNGER, XVII. 667.

HUNG SEw-TSEUEN, emperor of China, V. 651.

H UNG-W00, emperor of China, V. 648.

HUNNEBEDDEN, Dutch dolmens, XXI. 52.

HUNs, XII. 381; origin of, XXIII. 659; early home of, XXIII. 639; under Attila, III. 61; their invasion of the Gothic dominions, X. 849; of Greece, XI. I I2; of the Roman empire, XX. 781 ; in Italy, XIII. 468; in time of Theodosius I., XXIII. 257.

_, White, or Kharars, XIV. 59; XVIII. 610, 613; XXIII. 639.

HUNT, J. H. Leigh, English essayist, l XII. 382; his relations with Shelley, XXI. 792. ›

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HUNT, Walter, inventor of a sewing machine, XXI. 718.

_, William Henry, English painter, XII. 384.

HUNTER, horse, X11. 187, 194.

_, river, New South Wales, XVII. 408.

_, John, English physiologist and surgeon, XII. 385; I. 815; XV. 8I6; his discoveries in anatomy and surgery, XXII. 676; his contributions to Zoological science, XXIV. 815; his anatomical Inuseum, I. 819; XII. 390.

_, William, English physiologist and physician, XII. 391; 1. 814; XV. 816; his contributions to embryology, VIII. 165; to Zoological science, XXIV. 815.

. HUNTERIAN MUSEUM, London, 1.819;

XII. 390.

HUNTER MOUNTAIN, Catskills, U.S.A., XXIII. 793.

HUNTING, XII. 392; with the cheetah, V- 457

HUNTINGDON, county, England, XII. 397; population and representation, XXIII. 727; town, XII. 398.

_, Earldom of, XXI. 482, 484; XXIII. 476­

_, Selina, Countess of, Calvinistic Methodist, XII. 399; her support of Whitefield, XXIV. 551.

HUNTINGTON, Joseph, American Universalist, XXIII. 831.

HUNTS (Huntingdon), county, England, XII. 397; XXIII. 727.

HUNYADY, John, governor of Hungary, XII. 367, 368; XXIII. 642.

_, Matthias, king of Hungary, XII. 367, 368; XV. 634.

HUNZA, state, on the upper Indus, X. 597

HUON, river, Tasmania, XXIII. 72.

_ DE BORDEAUX, early French epic, IX. 638; XX. 653.

_ ISLANDS, New Caledonia, Pacific, XVII. 376.

HUPFELD, Hermann, German Orientalist, XII. 399; on the Penlateuch, XVIII. 506.

HURD, Richard, English bishop, XII. 399.

HURDwAR, town, India, XI. 475.

HUREAULITE, mineral, XVI. 404.

HURKA, river, Manchuria, XV. 466.

HURMUZ (Ormus), town, on Persian Gulf, XVII. 856.

HURN, William, English hymn-writer, XII. 595.

Никон, Lake, North America, XXI. 178, 182.

HURoNITE, mineral, XvI. 418.

HURONS, American Indians, XII. 827, 831.

,__ HURREEANAII, district., India, X1. 479.

. HURRICANE-BIRD, Ix. 786. —

HURRIcANEs, XVI. 154; in West Indies, `
XXIV. 511.

HURRUR (Harar), town,
Africa, X1. 454.

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