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I. 240.

MACESTUS, river, Asia Minor, 11. 707; | MACLEAY, William Sharpe, on birds, | MACTRA, genus of Mollusca, XVI.
XVIII. 853.
XVIII. 15.

691. MACFARQUHAR, Colin, projector of ist M'LENNAN, John Ferguson, Scottish MACULLA (Makalla), town, Arabia, XV. edition of Encyclopædia Britannica, anthropologist, xv. 162.

311. MACLEOD, Norman, Scottish divine, xv. MADADKATTE, dam of Cauvery river, MACFERGUS, Angus, Pictish king, XVII. 163

India, Xiv. 19. 570; XXI. 476.

MACLISE, Daniel, Irish painter, xv. MADAGASCAR, island, Indian Ocean, xv. MACFLECKNOE (Thomas Shadwell), 164.

168; 1. 272; birds of, ill. 731, 760; satirized by Dryden, XXI. 727.

MACLURE, William, American geologist, dictionaries of language, VII. 192 ; M'Gill, James, founder of a college at XV. 165.

reptiles, xx. 468; slavery in, XXII. Montreal, XVI. 794.

MACMAHON, Marie E. P. M., president 144; Ellis's mission to, VIII. 150. MACGILLICUDDY REEKS, mountains, of the French republic, ix. 627, 628; History of, Flacourt's, IX. 275. Ireland, XIII. 215.

as governor of Algeria, 1. 569. MADAINI, Arab historian, XXIII. 3. MACGILLIVRAY,

William, Scottish MACMURROUGH, Dermod, king of MADALON, mountain, North Borneo, naturalist, XV. 145; on American Leinster, XIII. 258.

XXI. 123. bir XVIII. II, 24.

M‘MURROUGH KAVA GH, Irish chief- | MADALONUM (Maddaloni), ancient M'GRATH, John, Irish chronicler, V. 309. tain, XIII. 262.

town, Italy, xv. 176. MACGREGOR,

Robert (Rob Roy), MACNAGHTEN, Sir William, Murder of, MADAME, island, Nova Scotia, xvii. Scottish outlaw, xx. 608.

601. MACHÆROPTERUS, genus of birds, xv. M‘NAUGHT, Mr, his improvements on MADDALONI, town, Italy, XV. 176. 455. the steam-engine, XXII. 477, 490.

Duke of, in Masaniello's revolt, MACHANIDAS, tyrant of Sparta, xvIII. MACNEE, Sir Daniel, Scottish painter, xv. 607. 790.

XV. 165.

MADDEN, Sir Frederic, English palæoMACHETES, genus of birds, XXI. 54. MACNEILL, Hector, Scottish poet, xv. grapher, xv. 176. MACHIAVELLI, Bernardo, Italian 165.

MADDER, dye, xv. 176; IV. 687; colourjurist, xv. 146.

M'NEILL, Sir John, British envoy to ing matter from, I. 577. Niccolo, Italian politician and Persia, xvIII. 650.

MADEIRA, islands, Atlantic, xv. 177; moralist, xv. 146; as dramatist, vii. MÂCON, town, France, xv. 166; XXI. 1. 272; wine of, XV. 178; xxiv. 609; 418; as historian, XIII. 509. 302; wine of, xxiv. 606.

adulteration of wine of, 1. 173. MACHICOLATIONS, in architecture, II. MACON, town, Georgia, U.S.A., xv. | MADELEY, town, England, xxi. 848. 467; V. 198.

166.

MADERNA, Carlo, Italian architect, xx. MACHIM, Robert, his landing at Madeira, MÂCONNAIS, district, France, XXI. 301. 836. XV. 177

MACONOCHIE, Captain, on prison dis Stefano, Italian sculptor, XXI. MACHINERY, influence of its use on cipline, XIX. 754.

570. wages, XXIV. 312.

MACPHERSON, Charles, on the irrigation MADHUBANI, town, India, XXIII. 407. MACHINES, Theory of, xv. 752; purposes

of meadows, I. 374.

MADI, Central-African tribes, XVII. and effects of, xv. 771.

James, translator of Ossian, xv. 473. MACHINE TOOLS, XV. 152.

166; v. 331; IX. 75; X. 13.

MADIANA (Martinique), island, West MACHPELAH, Cave of, Palestine, X1. 608. MACQUARIE, Governor, on convict settle Indies, XV. 586. MACIEJOWICE, Poland, Battle of (1794), ments, XIX. 750.

MADIA OIL, XVII. 744, 746. XXIV. 376.

Lake, New South Wales, XVII. MADISON, town, Indiana, U.S.A., xv. MACINTOSH CLOTH, XII. 842.

408; river, III. 107.

181. Mack, Alexander, founder of the Dun- MACRAUCHENIDÆ, family of ungulate town, Wisconsin, U.S.A., XV. 181; kers, vii. 543. mammals, XV. 428.

population, xxiv. 617. MʻKAIL, Hugh, Scottish Covenanter, MACREADY, William Charles, English river, Wyoming, U.S.A., xxiv. XXI. 516. tragedian, xv. 167.

737. MACKENZIE, Sir Alexander, Canadian MACRI, Gulf of, Asia Minor, xv. 93.

James, president of United States, explorer, XV. 157; XIX. 318.

MACROBIUS, Ambrosius Theodosius, XV. 182; XXIII. 748, 752, 759. Sir George (the Bloody Mackenzie), Roman grammarian, xv. 167; his | MADNESS, mental disease, XIII. 95; Scottish lawyer, xv. 158.

place in Roman literature, XX. 726. attributed to demoniacal possession, Henry, Scottish writer, xv. 158. MACROCYSTIS, genus of sea-w

2-weeds, 1.

VII. 61. MACKEREL, fish, xv. 159; fishery, ix. 509.

MADONIE, mountains, Sicily, XXII. 29. 253

MACRODOME, in crystallography, xvi. MAD PARLIAMENT, The (1258), XI. 659. MACKIE, Alexander, his type-setting 360.

MADRAS, presidency, British India, xv. machine, XXIII. 701.

MACROGLOSSUS, genus of bats, xv. 184; army of, 11. 590. MACKINTOSH, Sir James, Scottish pub 410.

town, India, xv. 187; rise of, xii. licist, xv. 160.

MACRONYX, genus of birds, xix. 112. 799; observatory at, XVII. 716; uniMACLAREN, Charles, editor of Encyclo- MACROPODIDÆ, family of marsupial versity, XXIII. 856. pædia Britannica, 6th edition, viII. mammals, XIII. 838; XV. 382.

COLLEGE, St Andrews, Scotland, 202.

MACROPUS,

genus

of marsupial XXI. 158. MACLAURIN, Colin, Scottish mathema mammals, XIII. 838.

MADRASI, silkworm, XXII. 60. tician, xv. 161.

MACROSCELIDÆ, family of insectivorous MADRE DE Dios ARCHIPELAGO, PataMaclean, Mrs (Letitia Elisabeth Lan

mammals, XV. 402.

gonia, XVIII. 352. don), English poetess, XIV. 278. MACROSPORES, in plant development, MADRID, capital of Spain, xv. 189; MACLEAR, Sir Thomas, his measurement

XX. 424.

royal academy at, 1. 75; library, xiv. of arc of meridian, VII. 599; observa- M-SWINEY's Gun, cave perforation, 532, 549; newspapers, xvII. 431; obtions on stellar parallax, XVIII. 253. Ireland, vii. 363.

servatory, XVII. 713; picture gallery,

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XXI. 446; Rubens's works at, XXI. 41; | MAGDALEN COLLEGE, Oxford, xvIII. MAGNESITE, mineral, xv. 217; xvi. university, xxIII. 851; collection of 97.

397. Velazquez's pictures at, xxiv. 133; MAGDALENE COLLEGE, Cambridge, iv. MAGNESIUM, chemical element, xv. treaty of (1526), IX. 556. 731.

217; V. 526; as plant food, xix. 49; MADRID, province, Spain, xv. 189. MAGDALEN ISLANDS, Canada, xx. 165. spectrum of, XXII. 376. MADRIGAL, in music, xv. 192; X. 677; MAGDEBURG, duchy, Germany, xxi. MAGNET, or Loadstone, XV. 219, 274; in XVII. 84. 359.

mariner's compass, VI. 225; vibrations MADRONA, tree of Pacific coast, U.S.A., town, Prussia, XV. 196; xx. 16; of, at various heights, I. 199. XXIII. 810.

XXI. 360; organ in cathedral, xvII. MAGNETIC CARBIDE, filtering medium, MADURA, district, India, xv. 192.

836; cathedral sculptures, xxi. 564, IX. 168. town, India, XV. 193; siege of 565.

MAGNETIC IRON ORE, XIII. 287; xv. (1763-4), XX. 398 ; palace of, 11. MAGELLAN, Ferdinand, Portuguese 219, 274. 396.

navigator, xv. 197 ; XVIII. 115; his MAGNETIC SUSCEPTIBILITIES, Table of, island, Indian Archipelago, xv. discoveries, II. 489; X. 182.

XV. 267. 193; XII. 818; XIII. 600; language of, STRAIT, South America, xv. 198; MAGNETISM, XV. 219; XIX. 3; in relaXIII. 607.

XVIII. 116, 352; XXIII. 383; discovered tion to the aurora, III. 95; effect of, on MÆANDER, river, Asia Minor, II. 708; by Magellan, 11. 489; Drake's expedi the compass, VI. 225; in relation to XVIII. 853. tion through, vii. 390.

electricity, 1. 749; VIII. 10, 66; in iron, MÆCENAS, C. Cilnius, Roman patron of MAGENTA, dye, II. 48.

XIII. 278; mechanical power of, xv. literature, xv. 194.

, Italy, Battle of (1859), III. 138; IX. 773; in minerals, XVI. 376; as supposed MAELMAEDOG UA MORGAIR (St Mal 624; XIII. 490; XVII. 228.

basis for perpetual motion, XVIII. 555; achy), archbishop of Armagh, xv. 315. MAGGIORE, Lago, lake, Italy and Swit contributions to the science by ÆpiMAELZEL'S METRONOME, XVI. 198. zerland, xv. 198; XIII. 440; XIV. 218; nus, 1. 183; by Arago, 11. 303; by MÆNADS, Greek worshippers of Bacchus, XXII. 777; islands in, iv. 64.

Gauss, X. 116; by Gay-Lussac, X. 122; XVII. 839.

MAGHIANA, town, India, XV. 198. by Gilbert, x. 592; by Henry, xi. MAENHIRS, or Menhirs, rude stone monu- MAGHIL, town, Turkey in Asia, iv. 675; by J. T. Mayer, xv. 649; by ments, II. 383; XXI. 51; at Carnac, v. 577

Plücker, xix. 229; by Sabine, XXI. 118.

MAGI, Persian priests, XV. 199; XVIII. 128.
MÆONIA, ancient town, Asia Minor, 564; XXIV. 820; visit of, to Bethlehem, Animal, xv. 277.
XV. 98.
XIII. 660.

Terrestrial, XVI. 159; J. T. Mayer's MAERLANT, Jakob van, Dutch writer, MAGIC, XV. 199; among prehistoric races, papers on, XV. 649.

VIII. 623; punishment for practising, MAGNETITE, mineral, XVI. 386. MAESE, or Meuse (Maas, q.v.), river, XXIV. 619; in Lapland, XIV. 307; MAGNETOGRAPHS, Self-recording, XVI.

France and Netherlands, xvi. 205. John Napier's belief in, XVII. 183; 161. MAESTLIN, Michael, German scholar, Virgil's reputation for, in the Middle MAGNETOMETER, Differential, xvi. 161; XIV. 45. Ages, XX. 641.

unifilar, xv. 238. MAESTRICHT, town, Holland, xv. 195; White, xv. 207; XIV. 415.

MAGNIFYING POWER, in optics, xxiv. siege of (1673), 1x. 577.

LANTERN, XV. 211.

424; of microscope, XVI. 270. MAFFEI, Francesco Scipione, Italian MIRRORS, XVI. 501.

MAGNITUDES, Measurement of, xv. writer, xv. 196; VII. 417.

SQUARE, xv. 213.

660; XVI. 13. Raphael, his Commentarii Urbani, MAGISTER SENTENTIARUM (Peter Incommensurable, Discovery of, VIII. 193.

Lombard, q.v.), mediæval theologian, MAFIA, island, Zanzibar, Africa, xxiv. XIV. 813.

MAGNOLIA, tree, xv. 283; in U.S.A., 768.

MAGISTRACY, Roman, xx. 738, 771. XXIII. 808.
MAFOR, Papuan language, xvIII. 231. MAGISTRATE, administrative officer, xv. MAGNOLITE, mineral, XVI. 403.
MAFRA, town, Portugal, xv. 196.

216; XIII. 762, 789.

MAGNON, Jean de, his Science UniverMAFU, town, Senegal, Africa, XXI. MAGLIABECHI, Antonio, Italian biblio selle, viii. 194. 660.

phile, xv. 217; XIV. 530, 548.

MAGNUS, king of Sweden, XXII. MAGADHA, kingdom, India, III. 508; MAGNA CHARTA, of England, v. 432; 745. XII. 787.

VIII. 306, 308; XIII. 714; signing of, Heinrich Gustav, German chemist, MAGADIS, Greek musical instrument, XIV. 287; its effect on parliament, XV. 283. XVII. 79. XVIII. 304.

Olaus and Johannes, Swedish MAGALHAES, or Magellan (q.v.), Fernão MAGNA GRÆCIA, district, ancient Italy, ecclesiastics, XVII. 752. de, Portuguese navigator, XV. 197. XI. 30, 95.

BAREFOOT, Norwegian king, XVII. MAGALLANES, province, Chili, v. 617. MAGNANERIE, silkworm house, XXII. 587. MAGARS, Nepalese race, XVII. 341. 58.

CLEMENS MAXIMUS, Roman emMAGATI, Cæsar, Italian surgeon, XXII. MAGNECRYSTALLIC ACTION, XV. 264.

peror, XV. 645. 676.

MAGNENTIUS, Hrabanus Maurus, XII. ERICSSON, king of Sweden, XXII. MAGAZINES, periodical literature, XVIII. 326; viii. 191.

746. 536. MAGNESIA, mineral, xv. 218;

LAGABÆTR, Norwegian king, XVII. MAGDALA, stronghold, Abyssinia, xv. manure, XV. 509.

588. 196; 1. 67.

AD MÆANDRUM, town, Ionia, Asia MAGNUS'S GREEN SALT, XIX. 192. -Palestine, Site of, x. 30.

Minor, XV. 217.

MAGNUSSON, Arni, Icelandic scholar, MAGDALENA, island, Chilian Patagonia, AD SIPYLUM, town, Lydia, Asia XV. 284; XII. 626.

Minor, xv. 217, 98, 490; XXIII. 48; MAGNY, Olivier de, French poet, ix. river, Colombia, South America, battle of (190 B.C.), XX. 753.

651.
MAGNESIO-FERRITE, mineral, xvi. 386. MAGO, king of Carthage, v. 160.

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MAGO, Carthaginian general, xv. 284; | MAHOGANY, tree, xv. 288; IX. 406; | MAILLY, Abbé, French musician, XVII. V. 161. strength of, xxII. 603.

87. MAGOG, of Scripture, X. 738; XIII. MAHOMET, or Mohammed (q.v.), founder MAIL-SERVICE, XIX. 562. 593.

of Islam, XVI. 545.

MAIM, or Mayhem, in law, xv. 649. MAGPIE, bird, xv. 284; blue, of Spain, AND HIS SUCCESSORS, Irving's MAIMANA, province, Afghanistan, I. 243. XXII. 297; hunting of, with hawks, work, XIII. 373.

MAIMANSINH, district, India, XV. 294. MAHOMETANISM, or Mohammedanism MAIMBOURG, Louis, French historical MAGRA, river, Italy, XIII. 437.

(q.v.), religion of Mohammed, xvi. 545. writer, XV. 295. MAGYAR LANGUAGE, XII. 374; XXIV. MAHOMMED B. MUSA, his treatise on MAIMONIDES, Jewish writer and phy

algebra, I. 512.

sician, XV. 295, 805.
MAGYAR LITERATURE, XII. 375. MAHON, or Port Mahon, town, Minorca, Main, river, Germany, xx. 519.
MAGYARS, people of Hungary, XII. 365,
XIX. 531.

Minæan town, Arabia, XXIV. 740. 367 ; their invasion of Germany, X. MAHONY, Francis, Irish song-writer, MAINA, bird, XI. 26. 481, 482, 484; in Italy, XIII. 468.

XV. 288.

MAINE, old province, France, xv. 297. MAHABALESHWAR, station, India, xv. MAHRAH, district, Arabia, 11. 254.

river, France, XIV. 806. 285.

MAHRATTAS, race of people, India, xv. State, U.S.A., XV. 297. MAHABHARATA, Sanskrit epic, XXI. 288; rise of, XII. 795, 804; of Berar, Sir Henry, on law, XIV. 358, 364. 281; VII. 396.

III. 583; war against, XI. 513, 517; DE BIRAN, François P. G., French MAHANADI, or Mahanuddy, river, India, Wellington's part in it, XXIV. 494; philosopher, xv. 302; his influence on XV. 285; III. 671; V. 243.

Elphinstone's policy towards them, Cousin, Vi. 522. MAHANANDA, river, India, xv. 327.

VIII. 153.

MAINE-ET-LOIRE, department, France, MAHANOY City, town, Pennsylvania, MÄHREN (Moravia, q.v.), xvi. 810.

XV. 302. U.S.A., XV. 285.

MAHSEER, or Mahaseer, fish, xv. 285. MAINE LIQUOR LAW, XV. 299. MAHANUDDY, river, India, XV. 285; III. MAHWA BUTTER, vegetable fat, xvII. MAINOTES, Greek race, XI. 84. 671; V. 243.

744, 747

MAINPURI, district, India, xv. 303; MAHARAJA, Indian title, XII. 796. MAHZOR, Jewish cycle and liturgy, xv. town, XV. 304. MAHARSHAL, Jewish rabbi, XX. 473. 292.

MAINTENON, France, Aqueduct bridge MAHASEER, fish, xv. 285.

MAI, Angelo, Italian cardinal, xv. 293. of, 11. 222. MAHAVANSA, Pali chronicle, XVIII. 184. MAIA, of Greek mythology, XV. 294.

Marquise de, second wife of Louis MAHAVELI-GANGA, river, Ceylon, v. MAIAITI, island, Tahiti Archipelago, XIV. of France, xv. 304; IX. 578; 360. Pacific, XXIII. 22.

wife of Scarron, XXI. 378; her patronMAHA-VIRA, leader of the Jains, India, MAIANO, Benedetto da, Florentine age of Racine, xx. 208. XIII. 543

sculptor, XXI. 560.

MAINZ, town, Germany, xv. 305; early MAHAZOR, or Mahzor, Jewish cycle Giovanni, Florentine sculptor, printing at, xxIII. 684; aqueduct, 11. and liturgy, XV. 292. XXI. 560.

221; libraries, xiv. 547; university, MAHDI, Mohammedan deliverer MAIDALCHINA, Olympia, her influence XXIII. 842, 848. messiah, xv. 285; XXII. 666.

over Pope Innocent X., XIII. 85. MAIO, one of Cape Verd Islands, V. 52. (Mohammed E. Mansur), caliph, MAIDAN, district, India, XVII. 123. MAIR, or Major, John, Scottish writer, XVI. 580.

town, Syria, vi. 678.

XV. 310. MAHDIYA, town, Tunis, XXIII. 620. MAIDEN, Scottish guillotine, XI. 263. MAIRA PARANG, town, India, XVIII. MAHÉ, French settlement, India, xv. MAIDENHEAD, town, England, XV. 294. 684. 285; XXI. 725.

MAIDEN PAPS, hills, Scotland, iv. 647. MAIRS, race of people, India, 11. 310. DE LABOURDONNAIS, French MAID MARIAN, of the morris dances, MAISON CARRÉE, Roman temple, Nimes, governor, Mauritius, xv. 641. XVI. 846.

France, XVII. 510. MAHEE COUNTRY, Dahomey, Africa, MAID OF KENT (Elizabeth Barton), MAISTRE, Joseph de, Savoyard diploV1. 765. religious euthusiast, III. 404.

ma and polemical writer, XV. 306. MAHEL BALEVEL, affluent of Niger, MAID OF NORWAY, Princess Margaret, Xavier de, Savoyard writer, xv. Africa, XVII. 497.

XV. 537; I. 491; XVII. 588; XXI. 486. 307; IX. 672. MAHI, river, India, XX. 260.

MAID OF ORLEANS (Joan of Arc, q.v.), Maisur, state, India, XVII. 123. KANTHA, states, India, xv. 286. XIII. 695.

MAITLAND, town, New South Wales, MAHILLON, Victor, writer on musical MAIDS OF HONOUR, at court of Eng

XV. 307 instruments, xix. 72. land, XXI. 37

John, duke of Lauderdale, xv. MAHL-STICK, painter's implement, MAIDSTONE, town, England, XV. 294. 308. XVIII. 137

MAIDUN CASTLE, Dorset, England, VII. Sir Richard, Scottish lawyer and MAHMOUDIEH (or MAHMOODEEYEH) 372.

poet, XV. 308; XXI. 541. CANAL, Egypt, vil. 709; 1. 495. MAIER, Johann (J. M. von Eck), oppo

Sir Thomas,

commissioner of MAHMUD I., Turkish sultan, XXIII. nent of Luther, vii. 641.

Ionian Islands, XIII. 206. 647.

MAIFEUER, German custom, XVIII. 170. William, of Lethington, Scottish II., Turkish sultan, xxIII. 648. MAIKOFF, Apollon N., Russian poet, politician, xv. 308, 595; XXI. 502. of Ghazni, conqueror of India, xv. XXI. 109.

CLUB, The, Scotland, xv. 308. 286; 1. 239; XII. 792; tower of, at MAIL ARMOUR, 11. 556.

MAÎTRE, Antoine Le, Port-Royalist, Ghazni, x. 560; his treatment of Fir- MAILLARD, Olivier, early French

XIX. 533 dousi, IX. 225. preacher, IX. 648.

PATELIN, French satire, IX. 645. the Afghan, Invasion of Persia by, MAILLÉ, Claire Clémence de, wife of the MAITTAIRE, Michel, French scholar, xv. XVIII. 640. Great Condé, VI. 245.

308. PASHA, Turkish minister, XXIII. MAILLOTINS, Parisian insurgents, v. MAIZE, or Indian Corn, xv. 309; malt 652. 410.

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MAIZENA, or Corn Flour, xv. 310. MALACOLITE, mineral, xvi. 416. MALDEN, town, Massachusetts, U.S.A.,
MAIZE OIL, XVII. 744, 746.
MALACONE, mineral, xvi. 424.

XV. 327
MAIZE STARCH, XXII. 456.

MALACOPTILA, genus of birds, xx. 101. MALDIVE ISLANDS, Indian Ocean, XV. MAJELLA, Monte della, mountain, Italy, MALADETTA, mountain, Pyrenees, xx. 327. XIII. 437

125.

MALDON, town, England, xv. 332. MAJESTÄTSBRIEF, grant of equal rights MALAGA, province, Spain, xv. 315; MALDONADO, town, Uruguay, xxiv. to Protestants, XVII. 365. town, xv. 316.

15. MAJESTY, title, XXIII. 418.

MALAGARASI, river, Africa, XXIII. 45. MALDONITE, mineral, xvi. 393. MAJLATH, János, Count, Hungarian MALAGASY, people of Madagascar, xv. MALE, atoll and town, Maldive Islands, historian and poet, XV. 310. 171.

XV. 331. MAJOLICA WARE, XIX. 624.

LANGUAGE, Dictionaries of, vii. MALEBRANCHE, Nicolas, French philoMAJOR, George, on good works, xv. 85. 192.

sopher, xv. 332; his development of John, Scottish theological and his- MALAKHOFF, Duke of (J. J. A. Pelis Cartesianism, v. 148; his influence on torical writer, XV. 310; XXI. 541.

sier), French general, xvIII. 475. French literature, IX. 661; Norris's MAJORCA, one of the Balearic Islands, MALALAS, John, Chronicle of, III. 578. indebtedness to, XVII. 552. Spain, III. 277; kingdom of, xviii. MALAMOCCO, town, Venice, XXIV. MALECKI, Anton, Polish writer, XIX. 141.

305. MAJORIANUS, Julius Valerius, emperor MALANTA, one of the Solomon Islands, MALER KOTLA, state, India, xv. 332. of the West, XV. 310; XX. 781.

South Pacific, XXII. 252.

MALESHERBES, Chrétien Guillaume de MAJORITY, in law, I. 279; XIII. I. MALAPANE, river, Silesia, XXII. 52. Lamoignon de, French lawyer and MAJULI, island, Assam, India, II. 719. MALAPTERURUS, genus of fishes, XXII. politician, xv. 333. MAKACHINGA, mountain, Siberia, xv. 68.

MALESPINI, Ricardano, Italian writer, 547 MÄLAR, Lake, Sweden, XXII. 553, 736.

XIII. 501. MAKALAKAS, African tribe, xv. 588. MALARIA, disease, XV. 316; XVIII. 394. MALEVKA, town, Russia, XXIII. 605. MAKALLA, town, Arabia, XV. 311. MALASPINA, mountain, Philippine MALFORMATIONS, Animal, xvi. 762. MAKAMAT, Arabic work by Hariri, XI. Islands, xvIII. 748.

MALHERBE, François de, French poet 480.

MALATESTA, ruling family of Rimini, and critic, xv. 333; 1x. 656; XX. 842. MAKAM IBRAHIM, sacred place at Italy, XX. 556.

MALI, town, Mandingo, Africa, xv. Mecca, xv. 673.

DEI MALATESTI, Roman senator, 475. MAKARIEVSKAYA FAIR, Nijni-Nov xx. 804.

MALICE, in law, xiv. 506; aforethought, gorod, Russia, XVII. 501, 502. MALATIA, or Malatiyah, town, Asia

XVII. 52.
MAKHZAN-ULASRAR, poem by Nizami, Minor, xv. 320; opium of, xvii. 789. MALIGNANT FEVER, IX. 126.
XVII. 522.

MALAVIKAGNIMITRA, Sanskrit drama, MALIGNANT PUSTULE, xxiv. 663. MAKIN ISLAND, Pacific Ocean, XVI. 257. XIII. 829.

MALIK B. ANAS, Moslem jurisconsult, MAKIS, or Lemurs, XIV. 440; XV. 444. MALAVOLTI, Orlando, Sienese historian,

XVI. 594. MAKKARI, Arabic historian, xv. 311.

XXII. 43.

MALIKITE, Moslem sect, xvi. 593; XXII. MAKO, town, Hungary, xv. 311. MALAYALMA, dialect of Tamil language, 661. MAKOLOLOS, South-African tribe, xv. XXIII. 42; dictionaries of, vii. 191. MALIK SHAH, Seljuk ruler, xvi. 588; 588. MALAYAN FOwls, XIX. 645.

XXI. 635; calendar of, xvII. 771. MAKONG, or Mekong (q.v.), river, Asia, MALAY ARCHIPELAGO, Asia, 11. 687; MALINCHE, Sierra de, mountains, Mexico, XV. 832. XII. 815.

XXIII. 422. MAKOW, town, Russia, xiv. 817. MALAY LANGUAGE, XV. 325; diction- MALINDANG, mountain, Philippine MAKRIZI, Arabic historian and archæo

aries of, VII. 191.

Islands, XVIII. 748. logist, XV. 311. MALAY LITERATURE, XV. 325.

MALINES (Mechlin), town, Belgium, xv. MAKTESH, quarter of Jerusalem, XIII. MALAY PENINSULA, Asia, XV. 320; 774; XIV. 188; XXIV. 62. 640.

birds of, 111. 763.

MALINKES, or Mandingoes (9.v.), African MAKUA, people, East Africa, XVII. 8. MALAY - POLYNESIAN LANGUAGE, tribe, XV. 475. MAKURTI, mountain, India, XVII. 509.

XVIII. 779.

MALINTZI, or Malinche, Sierra de, mounMALABAR, district, India, xv. 312. MALAYS, race of people, South-East tains, Mexico, XXIII. 422. MALABRANCA, Angelo, Roman senator, Asia, xv. 323; 11. 697; XII. 817; in MALKITE VERSION, of the Gospels, XX. 795.

Borneo, iv. 58; religions of, xx. 364. 826. MALABRIGO, town, Peru, xvIII. 674. MALBAIE, town, Canada, xx. 167. MALL, or Paille-Maille, game, vi. 608. MALACCA, or Malay Peninsula, xv. 320; MALBERG GLOSSES, on the Salic law, MALLANWAN, town, India, XV. 334. weights and measures of, xxiv. 490.

XXI. 213.

MALLARD, bird, vil. 505. one of the Straits Settlements, MALCOLM I.-II., kings of Scotland, MALLARDITE, mineral, XVI. 401. XXII. 586.

XXI. 479.

MALLEABLE IRON AND STEEL, XIII. town, Malay Peninsula, xv. 312, III., Canmore, of Scotland, xxi.

281, 327 323.

480; does homage to William I. of | MALLEE-BIRD, XV. 827. Strait of, xxII. 638. England, xxiv. 576, 577.

MALLEMUCK, bird, xv. 334. MALACHI, of Scripture, XV. 313.

IV., the Maiden, of Scotland, xxi. MALLET, Paul Henri, Swiss writer, XV. MALACHITE, mineral, xv. 314; VI. 347; 483.

335; XXII. 799. XVI. 399.

Sir. John, Indian administrator,

DU PAN, Jacques, French journalMALACHY, St, archbishop of Armagh, XV. 326; British envoy to Persia, ist, XVII. 424. XV. 315.

XVIII. 647

MALLEUS

HÆRETICORUM (Johann ancient Irish king, XIII. 253. MALCZEWSKI, Anton, Polish poet, xix. Faber), French theologian, VIII. 835 MALACOBDELLA, genus of nemertine 304.

MALLICOLO, island, New Hebrides, XVII. worms, XVII. 326. MALDAH. district, India, xv. 327.

395.

XXII.

MALLOPHAGA, group of insects, XIII. MALUS, Étienne Louis, French physi- | MAN, Isle of, Irish Sea, xv. 450; 152; XV. 24. cist, XV. 345.

fisheries of, ix. 264; language, V. 298. MALLORCA, or Majorca, one of the MALVASIA, town, Greece, XV. 346. MANA, Syriac writer, XXII. 830. Balearic Islands, Spain, III. 277.

MALVERN, town, England, xv. 346; MANAAR, Gulf of, Ceylon, v. 359. MALLOTUS, genus of plants, xIII. 831. encaustic tiles at, vill. 187.

MANACOR, town, Majorca, Spain, xv. , genus of fishes, XXI. 221, 224.

Hills, England, xxiv. 665.

454. MALLOW, plant, xv. 335.

MALWA, province, India, xv. 346; opium MANACUS, genus of birds, xv. 455. town, Ireland, xv. 335. cultivation at, XVII. 789.

MANADO, residency, Celebes, V. 289. MALMESBURY, town, England, xv. 335; MALWAN, town, India, xx. 292. MANAGUA, town, Nicaragua, Central

parliamentary representation, xxiv. MALY, Jakub, Bohemian writer, xxII. America, xv. 454; XVII. 477; lake, 594. 153.

XVII. 477. Earl of, English diplomatist, xv. MAMADUISH, town, Russia, XIV. 20. MANAKIN, bird, xv. 455. 336.

MAMALIGA, maize porridge, of Rou- MANANTADI, or Manantoddy, town, William of, English historical mania, xvIII. 476; XXI. 15.

India, XV. 455. writer, xv. 336.

MAMALUCO, issue of white and Indian, MANASAROWAR, lake, Tibet, XXIII. 340. MALMING, in brickmaking, iv. 280.

XVII. 319.

MANASSAS, U.S.A., Battle of (1861), MALMÖ, town, Sweden, XV. 337; XXII. MAME, people, Central America, xxiv. XXIII. 775. 742.

760.

MANASSEH, king of Judah, XIII. 415. island, Sweden, XXII. 737.

MAMELUKE BEYS AND SULTANS, priest of Samaria, XIII. 419. MALMÖHUS, county, Sweden, XXII. Egypt, xv. 346; VII. 756; massacre of Tribe of, xv. 455; XIII. 401, 749. 741.

beys, vii. 762, 764; defeat of, by the MANASSES, Prayer of, apocryphal book, MALMSEY WINE, XV. 178, 346.

Turks, xxIII. 643.

II. 181. MALMYZH, town, Russia, XXIV. 303. MAMERS, town, France, XXI. 314. MANATEE, sirenian mammal, xv. 456, MALNAD, district, India, XVII. 123; XXI. MAMERTINE PRISON, Rome, XX. 814. 390. 803

MAMILIUS, Octavius, chief of Tusculum, MANBHUM, district, India, xv. 458. MALORUSSES, Russian race, XXI. 79. XXIII. 671.

MANCE'S METHOD, of determining MALORY, Sir Thomas, compiler of Morte | MAMILLA, pool, Jerusalem, XIII. 638. electric battery resistance, VIII. 50. Darthur, xv. 337; X. 173.

MAMISSON, pass, Caucasus, Russia, v. | MANCHA, La, district, Spain, xv. 458. MALOSMADULU, one of Maldive Islands, 253.

MANCHAR, lake, India, IV. 22. XV. 331.

MAMMA, Cancer in the, xvIII. 381, 383. MANCHE, department, France, xv. 458. MALO-TYMOVSK, town, Saghalin, Asia, MAMMALIA, division of animal king- MANCHESTER, town, England, xv. 459; XXI. 147.

dom, xv. 347 (index, 446); olfactory libraries of, XIV. 521, 544; newsMALOU, La, spa, France, XVI. 434, 435. organs of, XXII. 166; organs of touch, papers, XVII. 422; Victoria University, MALPIGHI, Marcello, Italian anatomist XXIII. 479; skeleton, XXII. 106; taxi. XXIII. 854; waterworks, II. 224.

and microscopist, xv. 337; I. 812; dermy, xxIII. 90; of North America, town, Connecticut, U.S.A., xv. his contributions to microscopical ana 1. 684; in Lankester's classification, 465. tomy, XXIV. 815; to embryology, xxiv. 812; works on development of, town, New Hampshire, U.S.A., VIII. 164; on biological metamor VIII. 168.

XV. 465; XVII. 392. phosis, Vill. 744. MAMMARY GLANDS, XV. 368; XVI. 302.

UNITY, of Oddfellows, IX. 782; MALPLAQUET, France, Battle of (1709), MAMMILLARIA, group of Cactaceæ, iv.

XVII. 723 III. 126; IX. 582; XV. 555. 625.

MANCHOws, or Manchus (q.v.), MonMALSTATT-BURBACH, town, Prussia, xv. MAMMOTH, extinct ungulate mammal, golian people, xv. 467. 338.

XV. 447, 425; tusks of, XIII. 522. MANCHURIA, territory, East Asia, xv. MÄLSTRÖM, whirlpool, Norway, xiv. CAVE, Kentucky, U.S.A., XV. 448; 465; II. 686. 769; XXIV. 540.

XIV. 42; fish of, xii. 693.

MANCHUS, Mongolian people, xv. 467; MALT, xv. 338; adulterations of, 1. 173; HOT SPRINGS, Yellowstone Park, XVI. 744; XXIII. 608; invasion of for brewing, IV. 266. U.S.A., XXIV. 737.

China by, v. 467. MALTA, island, Mediterranean Sea, xv. SPRING, Arkansas, U.S.A., II. 540. MANCINI, Hortense, friend of Saint

339, 820; establishment of Knights MAM Soul, mountain, Scotland, xx. Évremond, XXI. 168. Hospitallers in, XXI. 174; dockyard,

854.

MANCIPATION, in Roman law, xx. 676, VII. 318; weights and measures of, MAMUN, or Al-Mamun, caliph, 1. 589; 689. XXIV. 490.

XVI. 582.

MANCO, Ynca emperor of Pern, XVIII. MALTE-BRUN, Conrad, geographer, xv. MAMURA, town, Morocco, XVI. 831. 677. 343.

MAMURAT-EL-Aziz (Kharput), town, CAPAC, mythical Peruvian hero, I. MALTHAZITE, mineral, XVI. 424.

Armenia, xiv. 57.

698. MALTHUS, Thomas Robert, English | MAMURIUS VETURIUS (Mars), Roman MANDÆAN LANGUAGE, XXI. 649. economist, xv. 343; XIX. 371.

divinity, xv. 570.

MANDÆANS, Oriental sect, xv. 467; Maltin, ferment in barley, xv. 339. MAN, II. 107; his zoological position, XXI. 128. MALTON, town, England, xv. 345. XV. 444; creation of, 1. 136; myths of MANDALAY, town, Burmah, xv. 470. MALTOSE, variety of sugar, xv. 338; the origin of, II. 141; XVII. 157; MANDAL ELV, river, Norway, XVII. XXII. 624.

acclimatization of, 1. 88; antiquity of, 575. MALTSOFF's WORK, industrial colony, in America, I. 691; in geology, X. MANDAMUS, Writ of, in law, xv. 471. Orel, Russia, xvII. 826.

291, 368; in historic times, II. 342; | MANDARIN, Chinese official, v. 667. MALTZAN, Heinrich K. E. H., Baron, longevity of, xiv. 858; parasites of, MANDATE, or Mandatum, in law, xv. German traveller, XV. 345.

XVIII. 260; prehistoric, II. 333, 341; 471. MALUM EGYPTIACUM, disease, VII. Philo's doctrine of, xvIII. 762. MANDEVILLE, Bernard de, moralist, xv. 249.

Archetypal, of Kabbala, XIII. 811. 472; his ethical teaching, vili. 600.

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