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MICROLINE, mineral, XVI. 419.

MIDDLETON, Captain Christopher, Arctic | MIKHAILOVSK, town, Transcaspian MICROLITE, mineral, xvi. 426.

explorer, xix. 318.

Region, Russia, XXIII. 513. MICROMASTICTORA, division of sponges, Conyers, English divine, XVI. MIKHAILOVSKAYA,

Cossack village, XXII. 421. 282.

Russia, XVI. 290. MICROMETER, scientific instrument, XVI. Thomas, English dramatist, XVI. MIKHNAF, Abu, Arab historian, XXIII. 2.

242; XXII. 718; use of, in astronomy, 282; VII. 432; influence of Fletcher Mi-KIANG, river, Corea, VI. 391. 11. 755; for the microscope, XVI. 277. on, Ill. 474.

MILAN, Duchy of, Italy, XIII. 478. MICROMONACHA, genus of birds, xx.

MIDDLETOWN,

town, Connecticut, town, Italy, XVI. 290; its resistU.S.A., XVI. 283.

ance to Frederick Barbarossa, xili. MICRONESIA, islands, Pacific Ocean, XVI. town, New York, U.S.A., XVI. 471; its rivalry with Pavia, Xul. 256; XIX. 418. 284

469; cathedral of, 11. 436; church of MICROPHONE, Telephonic, XXIII. 129, MIDGE, insect, XIII. 150; wheat midge, San Ambrogio, II. 435; libraries, XIV. 132. XXIV. 535.

530, 548; observatory, XVII. 713; its MICROPHYTES, minute organisms, XXI. MIDHURST, town, England, xvi. 284; school of painting, XXI. 437, 443; 398. XXII. 724.

picture galleries, XXI. 447; sculpture, MICROPTERUS, genus of birds, XIX. MIDIAN, of Scripture, XVI. 284.

XXI. 568. 252.

MIDIANITES, people, Palestine, XVIII. king of Servia, xxi. 689. MICROSCLERES, group of sponges, XXII. 175.

MILARITE, mineral, xvi. 417. 416.

Midi D' OSSAU, Pic du, Pyrenees, MILAZZO, town, Sicily, XVI. 293. MICROSCOPE, optical instrument, XVI. France, IX. 505.

Milcom, god of the Ammonites, XVI. 258; xiv. 594; XVII. 806; its use in MIDLOTHIAN (Edinburgh), county, 696. anatomical study, 1. 817; in histologi Scotland, vii. 656.

MILDEW, fungus, XVI. 293; XVIII. 266. cal, XII. 10; in zoological, xxiv. 801, MIDNAPUR, or Midnapoor, district and Mile, measure of length, XXIV. 485. 815; graduation of, xi. 28; its use in town, India, XVI. 284.

MILES, Mrs, American hymn-writer, surveying, XXII. 718; improvements MIDRASH, Jewish writings, xvi. 285; XII. 596. on, by Amici, 1. 738; Leeuwenhoek's

I. 55; XI. 742; XXIII. 35.

MILESIANS, early Irish tribe, V. 299; discoveries with, XIV. 410; Malpighi's MIDSHIPMAN, Naval, his duties, XVII.

XIII. 244. observations with, xv. 338; micro 293.

MILESIAN TALES, Greek, xx. 634. scopical societies, XXII. 225.

MIDSOMER-NORTON, town, England, MILETOPOLIS, Lake of, Mysia, Asia MICROSEISMOMETER, earthquake indi XXII. 258.

Minor, XVII. 122. cator, XXI. 629.

MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, Shake- MILETUS, town, Asia Minor, XVI. 294; MICROSOMMITE, mineral, xvi. 412. speare's play, XXI. 764.

XXII. 186; coins of, xvII. 647. MICROSPORES, in plant development, MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, Men- MILFORD, town, Wales, XVI. 294; XVIII. XX. 424. delssohn's opera, XVI. 7.

482. MICROSTOMA, genus of fishes, XXI. 222, | MIDWIFERY, department of medicine, , town, Massachusetts, U.S.A., XVI. 224.

XV. 797; use of anæsthetics in, 1. 789. 295. LINEARE, planarian worm, XIX. MIECZYSLAW I.-II., kings of Poland, MILHAMOTH ADONAI, Ben Gerson's 174. XIX. 286.

work, X. 550. MIDAS, king of Phrygia, XVI. 278; III., of Poland, xix. 287.

MILHAU, or Millau, town, France, XVI. XVIII. 849; tomb of, 11. 347.

MIEDZYRZECZ PODLASKI, town, Poland, 314. genus

of
apes, II. 155.
XVI. 288.

MILIARY FEVER, XXII. 735.
MIDDELBURG, town, Holland, XVI. MIEMITE, mineral, xvi. 397.

Milicz, Johann, Moravian preacher, 278; population, XXIV. 772. Mieris, family of Dutch painters, XVI.

XVI. 295. MIDDENDORF, Alexander Theodor von, 288.

MILIOLIDEA, order of Protozoa, XIX. 846. Russian Arctic explorer, XIX. 320.

MIESROB, Armenian scholar, 11. 550. MILITARY CHAPLAINS, of British army, MIDDENDORFF, German educationist, MIGLIORATI, Cosimo de (Pope Inno II. 584.

cent VII.), XIII. 84.

MILITARY DIET, VII. 212. MIDDENS, Kitchen, prehistoric shell Luigi, Roman assassin, XX. 804. MILITARY FRONTIER, district, Austria, heaps, II. 116. MIGNARD, Pierre, French portrait

XVI. 295. MIDDLE AGES, Characteristics of the, painter, XVI. 289.

MILITARY HISTORY, Study of, xxiv. XX. 380. MIGNONETTE, plant, XVI. 289.

345. MIDDLE AGES, Hallam’s History of the, MIGRAINE, disease, XVII. 364.

MILITARY HOSPITALS, XII. 306. XI. 393.

MIGRATION, of birds, III. 764; of insects, MILITARY LAW, XVI. 295; in British MIDDLEBOROUGH, town, Massachusetts, XIV. 765; of lemmings, XIV. 436; of army, II. 587. U.S.A., XVI. 278.

mammals, vii. 276; instinct in, XIII. MILITARY PRIVILEGES, in Roman law, MIDDLEHAM CASTLE, Yorkshire, Eng 159.

XX. 705. land, XXIV. 749.

Miguel, Maria Evarist, claimant of MILITARY SERVICE, Feudal, xiv. 114; MIDDLESBROUGH, town, England, XVI. Portuguese throne, XVI. 290; regent as a tax, ix. 176. 278; XXIV. 747, 748; salt-mine, xxi. Portugal, xix. 552.

MILITARY STRATEGY, XXIV. 349. 231.

MIGULINSKAYA, Cossack village, Russia, MilitARY TACTICS, XXIV. 353; of MIDDLESEX, county, England, XVI.

XVI. 290.

artillery, 11. 667; modern changes in, 279; representation, XXIII. 727. MIHR NARSEH, Persian general, xvIII. II. 565. MIDDLE TEMPLE, legal society, London, 610.

Militia, of United Kingdom, XVI. 299; XIII. 87, 89.

MIKADO, the emperor of Japan, XIII. II. 567; Machiavelli's plan of a, xv. MIDDLETON, town, England, xvi. 282. 581.

147. Earl of, Scottish statesman, XXI. MIKHA, Syriac writer, XXII. 830. MILITSCH, or Milicz, Johann, Moravian

MIKHAILOFF, town, Russia, XXI. 116. preacher,XVI. 295.

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Militza, Servian heroine, xxi. 689. Mills, Flour, ix. 344.

MIMETA, group of birds, XVII. 844. MILK, XVI. 301; VI. 768; adulterations Iron Rolling, XIII. 328.

MIMETESITE, mineral, xvi. 407. of, 1. 168; as an article of diet, VII. John, originator of the French MIMIC BEETLES, VI. 127, 131. 202; composition of, iv. 591; V. 455; Encyclopédié, viii. 197.

MIMICRY, in biology, XVI. 341. fermentation of, iX. 92, 97; sugar in, MILLSTONE Grit, rock, X. 349. MIMNERMUS, Greek poet, XVI. 345; XXII. 624; of the ass, II. 717; of the MILLSTONES, IX. 344.

XXII. 186. goat, X. 710.

MILLVILLE, town, New Jersey, U.S.A., | MIMOCICHLA, genus of birds, XXIII. OF SULPHUR, XXII. 635. XVI. 322.

322. Milky WAY, The, II. 818.

MILMAN, Henry Hart, dean of St MIMOSA, genus of plants, xvi. 345; MILL, Flour, ix. 344.

Paul's, English historian, dramatist, XIX. 62; bark of, for tanning, xiv. Iron Rolling, XIII. 328.

and poet, XVI. 323; hymns by, XII. 381. James, English historian and philo595.

Mimus, genus of birds, XVI. 540. sopher, XVI. 306; XIX. 377.

MILNATHORT, town, Scotland, xiv. 92. MINA, Greek money, XVII. 631. John, New Testament critic, xvi. MILNE-EDWARDS, Alphonse, on birds, ancient weight, XXIV. 487. 307.

XVIII. 36.

MINÆAN LANGUAGE, Arabia, XXIV. John Stuart, English philosopher MILNE-EDWARDS, Henri, his zoological 740. and politician, XVI. 307; his inter classification, xxiv. 809.

MINAHASSA, district, Celebes, V. 289. pretation of analogy, I. 791 ; on MILNGAVIE, town, Scotland, MINAMOTO, Japanese clan, XIII. 582. mental association, II. 734; on axioms, 554.

MINAS NOVAS, colourless topazes, XXIII. III. 160; as economist, xix. 378; his Milo, Greek athlete, XVI. 323.

446. ethical teaching, VIII. 607; on govern (Melos), island, Ægean Sea, xv. Mincio, river, Italy, XIII. 436. ment, XI. 17; on the character of Jesus 841.

MINCOPIE, race of people, Andaman Christ, XIII. 670; his logic, xiv. 793; Titus Annius Papianus, Roman Islands, Asia, 11. 12. his relations with Comte, VI. 231. partisan leader, XVI. 323.

MIND, Science of, xx. 39; evolution of, MILLAR, William, collector of pamphlets, MILOSCHIN, mineral, xvi. 424.

VIII. 770; in relation to phrenology, XVIII, 205.

MilosH OBILICH, Servian hero, XXI. XVIII. 842; Descartes on, v. 145; Millay, town, France, xvi. 314.

689.

Hegel's philosophy of, XI. 620; Hume's MILLBANK PRISON, London, XIX. 748. Milosh OBRENOVICH, prince of Servia, theory, XII. 352; Xenocrates's theory, MILLEDGEVILLE, town, Georgia, U.S.A., XXI. 689.

XXIV. 718. X. 436.

MILTIADES, Athenian general, XI. 99. MINDANAO, island, Philippines, xvIII. MILLE LACS, lake, Minnesota, U.S.A.,

> Pope, xv. 839.

748, 751. XVI. 476.

Miltitz, Carl von, papal legate, xv. MINDEN, town, Prussia, XVI. 345; battle MILLENARIANISM, in eschatology, XVI. 73.

of (1759), 111. 128; IX. 590. 315, 317; VIII. 534; XVIII. 427; XX. MILTON, Christopher, brother of the or Münden, town, Hanover, XVI. 497. poet, XVI. 339.

345. MILLENNIUM, XVI. 314; VIII. 535.

- Frances (Mrs Trollope), English MINDING'S THEOREM, in mechanics, MILLEPEDES, order of Myriapoda, v. writer, XXIII. 585.

XV. 730. 340; XVII. 118; as wheat pests, xxiv. John, English poet, xvi. 324; on MINDORO, island, Philippines, XVIII.

education, vil. 675; hymns by, XII. 748, 752. MILLER, Hugh, Scottish geologist, XVI. 592; pamphlets of, xvIII. 205; as MINERAL BATHS, III. 439.

pastoral poet, XVIII. 347; influence of MINERALOGY, XVI. 346 (index of mineral William, American millenarian, the Renaissance on, XX. 393; his species, 429); Ste-Claire Deville's conXVI. 320.

epitaph on Shakespeare, VIII. 495; his tributions to, XXI. 166; mineralogical William, Scottish engraver, XVI. sonnets, XXII. 262; his place in societies, XXII. 225. 320.

English literature, VIII. 424; his MINERALS, analysed under the blowMILLER - CASELLA THERMOMETER, place in epic poetry, xix. 267; his pipe, II. 838; meteoric, XVI. 113; XXIII. 291.

probable indebtedness to Ochino, XVII. phosphorescence in, xvIII. 813; rockMILLERITE, mineral, xvi. 392.

720; his controversy with Salmasius, forming varieties, X. 227; the property MILLERITES, American religious sect, XXI. 220.

of the crown, XIV. 268. XVI. 320.

ABBEY, Dorset, England, vii. 372. MINERAL SPRINGS, X. 270. MILLER'S THUMB, fish, xvi. 320; XII. MILTSIN, Mount, Morocco, III. 27. MINERAL TALLOW, XVI. 429. 690.

MILUTIN, king of Servia, XXI. 688. MINERAL VEINS, X. 317; XVI. 441. MILLES, Syriac writer, XXII. 827. MILUTINOVICH, Simeon, Servian poet, MINERAL WATERS, XVI.431; of Eastern ET AMYs, romance, XX. 652. XXI. 691.

Siberia, XXIII. 510. MILLET, cereal, xvi. 321.

MILVIAN BRIDGE, near Rome, IV. 329; | MINERS, Payment of, xvi. 449. Indian, or Durra, VII. 564; XII. battle of (312 A.D.), VI. 299.

MINERVA, Roman goddess (the Greek Milvus, genus of birds, xiv. 103.

Athena), XVI. 437; ivory statue of, at Jean François, French painter, MILWAUKEE, town, Wisconsin, U.S.A., Athens, XIII. 523. XVI. 321; IX. 700, 701. XVI. 340; population, xxiv. 617.

PRINTING MACHINE, XXIII. 705. MILLING MACHINE, for cutting teeth MILYANS, ancient people of Lycia, xv. | MINES, XVI. 440; coal, vi. 61; gold, x. of wheels, XV. 156. 92.

745; laws regarding, XVI. 466. MILLIONI, Marco, sobriquet of Marco MilzOW, Gerhard, Norse writer, XVII. Submarine explosive, XXIII. 449. Polo, XIX. 407.

589.

MING, dynasty of China, v. 648. Millo, Tower of, Jerusalem, XIII. MIMAMSA, Hindu system of philosophy, MINGO, adulterant of woollen goods, I. 639. XXI. 289.

176. MilloN'S BASE, compound of mercury, MIMEs, or Mimi, in Roman drama, VII. MINGRELIA, province, Transcaucasia,

409, 412.

Russia, XVI. 437; XXIII. 513.

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MINHO, river, Spain, XXII. 295.

XVI. 492; governor-general of India, | MIRATH, or Meerut, district, India, xv. MINIATURE, branches of painting, XVI. XII. 805.

825. 437; enamelling, VIII. 184.

MINTON'S ENCAUSTIC PAVEMENT, Iv. MIRCEA, voivode of Walachia, xxi. 16. MINICOY, island, Laccadives, Indian 283

MIRGOROD, town, Russia, XIX. 410. Ocean, XIV. 183.

MINUCIUS FELIX, Marcus, Christian MIR JAFAR, Indian nawab, XII. 801. MINIMA, in mathematics, xv. 643; XIII. apologist, XVI. 492.

MIR KASIM, Indian nawab, XII. 802; MINUET, dance, XVI. 492.

XVIII. 409. MINIMI, or Minims, order of monks, 1X. MINUIT, Peter, director, New Nether- MIRKHOND, or Mirkhawand, Persian 695; XVI. 711. land, America, XVII. 454.

writer, XVI. 499. MININ, Russian patriot, XXI. 95. MINUSCULE WRITING, XVIII. 149.

MIROIR DE MARIAGE, Deschamps's MINING, XVI. 440; for coal, vi. 61; for MINUSINSK, town, Russia in Asia, XXII. satire, VII. 128. gold, X. 745.

II; XXIV. 743.

MIROPOLIE, town, Russia, XVI. 499. Military, ix. 464.

TARTARS, Asiatic race, XXIII. 70. MIRROR, XVI. 499; IX. 849; Etruscan MINISTERS, Nonconformist, Legal status Minx, or Mink, carnivorous mammal, bronze, VIII. 642; in optics, xiv. 587; of, xvII. 533. XVI. 474.

use of, for signalling, XI. 632. MINISTRY, state administration, XVI. MINYÆ, ancient Greek race, XI. 92; as GALVANOMETER, in telegraphy, 472. voyagers, II. 496; in Lemnos, Ægean

XXIII. 124. MINIUM, mineral, XVI. 387.

Sea, XIV. 437.

MIRROR-READING, in optics, XXIV. MINK, carnivorous mammal, xvi. 474; MINYEH, town, Egypt, vii. 774.

436. skins of, ix. 838. MIOCENE ROCKS, X. 362.

Mir Tagi, Urdu poet, XI. 848. MINNA VON BARNHELM, Lessing's MIOLANIIDÆ, family of

MIOLANIIDÆ, family of chelonian MIRZA, Persian title, XVIII. 628. drama, XIV. 480.

reptiles, XXIII. 457.

MIRZAPUR, or Mirzapoor, district and MINNEAPOLIS, town, Minnesota, U.S.A., Miosic, Andrew Kacie, Servian writer, town, India, XVI. 502. XVI. 474.

XXI. 690.

MIRZA TAKI, Persian minister, xvIII. MINNESÄNGER, German lyrists, X. 525; MIQUELON, island, Newfoundland, xxi. 651. XVII. 83.

196; XVII. 382.

MISANTHROPE, Le, Molière's play, XVI. MINNESOTA, State, U.S.A., XVI. 475. MIR, village community, Russia, xxi. 629. MINNOW, fish, XVI. 477; XII. 692;

MISDEMEANOUR, in law, XVI. 502; VI. artificial, for angling, II. 33. MIRA, river, Ecuador, viI. 646.

588; ix. 68. ISLANDS, Madagascar, xv. 168. MIRABEAU, Honoré Gabriel Riqueti, MISDROY, town, Prussia, xxiv. 633. MIÑO, or Minho, river, Spain, XXII. Comte de, French statesman, XVI. 492; MISENO, Capo di, Italy, XVII. 187. 295.

IX. 598, 601; Dumont's relations with, MISERERE, of Allegri, 1. 581. MINO DI GIOVANNI (Da Fiesole), Italian

MISERICORDE, or Dagger, vi. 760. sculptor and architect, XVI. 477; XX. Victor Riqueti, Marquis de, French MISHNAH, or Mishna, rabbinical law, 836.

political economist, XVI. 498; XIX. XVI. 502; XI. 600; XIII. 429; XXIII. MINOR, or Infant, in law, XIII. I.

361.

35; Maimonides's commentary on, xv. The, Foote's comedy, ix. 370. MIRABILITE, mineral, xvi. 401.

296. bird, xi. 26.

MIRACLE

THUNDERING MISHNEH TORAH, of Maimonides, xv. MINORCA, one of the Balearic Islands, LEGION, in Roman history, III. 87.

295. Spain, III. 278; failure of Byng in MIRACLE-PLAYS, V. 324; VII. 413, 414; MISKOLCZ, town, Hungary, XVI. 508. defence of, iv. 604.

English, VII. 414; VIII. 416; in Eng- MISNIA, Dialect of, German, I. 152. MINORITES, order of friars, ix. 698; land, time of Shakespeare, xxi. 750; Misol, island, off New Guinea, xvII. XX. 799.

French, ix. 644; German, X. 526. 389. MINORITY, in law, 1. 279.

MIRACLES, of Scripture, 11. 191; X. 804, MISPECKEL, or Mispickel, mineral, xvi. Minos, legendary king of Crete, XVI. 809; of Elisha, VIII. 141; in Acts of 390; II. 635. 478; VI. 570; XXIII. 294.

the Apostles, 1. 127; Campbell's Dis- MISPRISION, in law, XVI. 502; of treason, MINOTAUR, of Greek legend, xiv. 179; sertation on, iv. 754; Woolston's view XXIII. 528. XVI. 478.

of, xxiv. 664.

Misr, name for Egypt, VII. 700. MINSHULL, Elizabeth, Milton's third of Apollonius, II. 188.

MISRULE, Lord of, v.704. wife, XVI. 336.

MIRAFLORES, Spain, Sculptures at, XXI. MISSAL, liturgical book, XVI. 508. MINSK, government, Russia, XVI. 478; 567.

MissI DOMINICI, imperial commisXXI. 69; town, XVI. 479.

MIRAFRA, genus of birds, xiv. 316. sioners, IX. 532.
MINSTER, in architecture, 11. 467. MIRAGE, Atmospheric, XIV. 600. MISSIONARIES, Christian, xvi. 511.
MINSTREL, singer, XVI. 479; mediæval, MIR ALISHIR, Persian poet, XVI. 499. MISSIONARY SOCIETIES, List of, xvi.

MIRAMICHI, river, New Brunswick, 515.
The, Beattie's poem, III. 466.
XVII. 373.

MISSIONS, Christian, xvI. 511; Baptist,
MINSTRELSY OF THE SCOTTISH MIRAMIONES, French religious order, III. 356; Jesuit systems, XIII. 651, 654;
BORDER, Scott's, xxi. 547; Leyden's
X. 152.

XX. 536; Moravian, xvi. 811; Roman connexion with, xiv. 496.

MIRAMON, Miguel, Mexican general, Catholic, xix. 809. Mint, for coining, XVI. 480; of London, XVI. 498.

MISSISSIPPI, river, U.S.A., XVI. 518; I. XIV. 832.

MIRANDA, Francesco, South-American 674; XVII. 402; delta of, xx. 580; , plant, xvi. 491; XII. 289; XVIII. general, xvi. 498.

drainage of, x. 272; geology of valley 517.

Francisco de Sá de, Portuguese of, xxIII. 801; influence of wind on, MINTJAC, or Muntjak, deer, xvii. 31; pastoral poet, XVIII. 346; XIX. 556.

497; La Salle's explorations X111. 602.

MIRANDOLA, Pico de, Christian huma of, xiv. 318; Spanish claim to, XXIII. MINT-MARK, of coins, XVII. 630.

nist and Kabbalistic writer, xix. 80; 753. MINTO, First Earl of, British statesman, XIII. 813.

State, U.S.A., XVI. 521.

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MISSISSIPPI, bagatelle game, III. 230. MITSCHERLICH, Eilhardt German MODERATISM, in Church of Scotland, SCHEME, Law's, IX. 584; xiv. chemist, XVI. 531.

IX. 743; XXI. 536. 367.

MITTA MITTA, river, Victoria, Australia, MODERATOR LAMP, XIV. 246. MISSOLONGHI, town, Greece, XVI. 524.

XXIV. 215.

MODESTINUS, Roman jurist, XIII. MISSOURI, river, United States, xvi. MITYLENE, town, Lesbos, Asia Minor, 792. 518; XVII. 307; Lewis and Clarke's

XIV. 474.

MODESTUS; Christian martyr, xxiv. explorations of, XIV. 494; sources of, Mixine, mineral, xvi. 406.

266. XVI. 772.

MIZPAH, or Mizpeh, of Scripture, xvI. MODHAR, Arab tribe, Mesopotamia, XVI. State, U.S.A., XVI. 524; mule 532. breeding in, XVII. 14.

MIZRAIM, name of Egypt, vil. 700. MODICA, town, Sicily, XVI. 542. COMPROMISE (1820), v. 818; MIZZONITE, mineral, xvi. 412.

MODICIA, Roman colony, Lombardy, XXIII. 763, 772; repeal of (1854), MJÖsen, lake, Norway, xvII. 576. XVI. 798. XIV. 658.

MLAWA, town, Poland, xix. 227. MODlin, town, Russian Poland, xvII. MISTER, title, XXIII. 417.

MNAIDRA, ancient temple, Malta, xv. 608; XXIV. 376. Misti, volcano, Peru, XVIII. 672.

341.

MODOCS, American-Indian tribe, XII. MISTLETOE, parasitic plant, XVI. 527; MNEMON, Artaxerxes II., king of 833

XVIII. 264, 265; in Northern myth Persia, II. 640; VII. 753; XVIII. 576. MODULE, in architecture, II. 467.
ology, I. 210; venerated by the Druids, MNEMONICS, artificial helps to memory, MODULUS, of elasticity, VII. 804; of
VII. 477
XVI. 532.

rigidity, XXII. 595. MISTRAL, wind, Southern Europe, ix. MNIOTILTIDÆ, family of birds, xxiv. MoE, Jörgen Engebretsen, Norwegian 507; XVI. 149. 367.

poet, XVI. 542; XVII. 591. MISTRESS, The, by Cowley, vi. 532. Moa, extinct bird, ii. 112, 731; VII. MOED, part of the Mishnah, XVI. 505. OF THE ROBES, England, xxi. 244; XVII. 469.

MOEN, island, Denmark, vil. 8o. 37. MOAB, of Scripture, XVI. 533.

Maris, Lake, Egypt, vil. 709, 774. MISTY LAW, mountain, Scotland, xx. MOABITES, people of Palestine, XIII. MOERO, Lake, Central Africa, l. 248; 395. 397; XVIII. 175.

XXIV. 763. Misy, mineral, xvi. 401.

MOABITE STONE, XIII. 116; XVI. 534, MESIA, ancient country, Eastern Europe, MITA, tribute from Peruvian Indians, 536; XXI. 645.

XVI. 542. IV. 16; xvIII. 678.

MOALLAKAT, Arabic poems, XVI. 536, MOFADDAL, Arabic commentator, XVI. MITAU, town, Russia, XVI. 527.

595; I. 778; II. 263.

536. MITCHAM, town, England, xxII. 693; | MOASSINA, country, Soudan, Central MOFETE, Le, lake, Italy, 1. 778. cultivation of mint at, xvIII. 518. Africa, XXII. 279.

MOFFAT, town, Scotland, xvi. 542; VII. MITCHEL, Ormsby M‘Knight, American MOAT-Hen, bird, xvi. 808.

526. general and astronomer, XVI. 528. MOAWIYA I., caliph, XVI. 563, 565; II. Robert, African missionary, XVI. MITCHELL, Sir Thomas Livingstone, 258.

543. Australian explorer, XVI. 528; III. II., caliph, XVI. 569.

MOGADOR, town, Morocco, XVI. 543. 105.

MOBANGI, river, Africa, xxiv. 764. MOGAHID, Saracen leader, XIX. 119. river, Victoria, Australia, xxiv. MOBBING, in law, XX. 565.

MOGHILEFF, government, Russia, XVI. 216.

MOBILE, town, Alabama, U.S.A., XVI. 543; XXI. 69; town, on the Dnieper, LIBRARY, Glasgow, xiv. 523, 543. 539.

Russia, XVI. 543. MITCHELL'S PEAK, North Carolina, MOBILIZATION, of German army, 11. town, on the Dniester, Russia, U.S.A., XVII. 559. 598.

XVI. 544; XIX. 254. MITE, arachnid, XVI. 528; II. 276; itch- MÖBIUS, August Ferdinand, German MOGHISTAN, district, Persia, XVII. mite, XXII. 123. astronomer, xvI. 540.

856. MITFORD, Mary Russell, English writer, MOCCOLETTI, carnival diversion at MOGHTASILAH, Babylonian sect, xv. XVI. 529. Rome, V. 124.

482, 485. MITHRADATES, or Mithridates, I., Par- MOCENIGO, Domenico, Venetian ad- MOGILAS, Petrus, Russian metropolitan, thian king, XVIII. 590; XIX. 459. miral, xxiv. 147.

XVI. 544. II., the Great, Parthian king and Mocha, town, Arabia, XVI. 540; XX. MOGUER, Spanish wine, xxiv. 607. king of Pontus, XVI. 529; XVIII. 595; 316.

MOGUL, Moghul, or Mughal, dynasty in XIX. 459; his conquest of Cappadocia, STONE, variety of agate, I. 278. India, III. 569; XII. 794. V. 76; his war in Greece, XI. 108; MOCKING-BIRD, XVI. 540.

MOGULS, or Mughals, class of MohamSulla’s victory over, XXII. 632. MODALISM, theological doctrine, XXI. medans, India, XII. 746. MITHRAS, Persian god, xvI. 530.

127.

Mohács, town, Hungary, XVI. 544; MITHRIDATE, Racine's drama, XX. 207. MODARES, leader of imperial Goths, battle of (1526), XII. 369; XXI. 17. MITHRIDATES, or Mithradates (q.v.), XXIII. 258.

MOHAIR, goat's hair, XVI. 544. XVI. 529.

MODELLING, in building, iv. 508; in MOHALLAB, Moslem general, XVI. 569, MITLA, Mexico, Temple at, 1. 695. design, in drawing, VII. 450; for 572. MITRA, or Mithras, Persian god, XVI. sculpture, xxi. 571; of animals, in MOHAMMED, Mahomet, or Muhammad, 530. taxidermy, xxIII. 90.

founder of Islam, xvI. 545; II. 257; MITRAILLEUR, machine gun, xi. 285; Mathematical, xv. 628.

in Mecca, XV. 670; tomb of, XV. II. 662.

MODENA, Duchy of, Italy, XVI. 541. 818. MITRE, bishop's head-dress, VI. 463.

town, Italy, XVI. 541; library, Moorish emir in Spain, XXII. in heraldry, XI. 711.

XIV. 530, 548; observatory, XVII. 714; 312. - Bartolomeo, president of Argentine school of painting, XXI. 437, 443;

Seljuk ruler, XXI. 635. Republic, II. 492.

sculpture, XXI. 569; university, XXIII. Turkish sultans. See MuhamMITRIDATE, opera by Mozart, XVII. 9. 836.

mad.

XV. 404.

221.

MOHAMMED B. FARAJ, Moslem im MOKSHA, race, Russia, XVI. 813. Molivo, town, Lesbos, Asia Minor, XIV. postor, XVI. 585.

river, Russia, XVIII. 514.

474. B. MANSUR, caliph, xvi. 580. MOKSHAN, town, Russia, XVI. 608; MOLLAH, Mohammedan ecclesiastic, BEY, of Egypt, VII. 761. XVIII. 515.

XXII. 661, 664. Ghori, founder of Moslem power MOKTADI BI-AMR-ILLAH, caliph, XVI. MOLLENDO, town, Peru, XVIII. 674. in Hindustan, XVII. 573.

588.

MÖLLER'S SOLUTION, in taxidermy, MOHAMMEDANISM, XVI. 545 (index, MOKTADIR BILLAH, caliph, xvi. 586.

XXIII. 90. 606); XX. 360; XXII. 659; in relation MOKTAFI BILLAH, caliph, XVI. 586. Moll FLANDERS, Defoe's work, VII. 29. to Manichæism, xv. 485; pilgrimages, MOKTAFI LI-AMR-ILLAH, caliph, xvi. MOLLINEUX, Émeric, globe constructer, XIX. 93; its attitude towards slavery, 588.

X. 682. XXII. 143; theism of, XXIII. 240, 242; MOLA, town, Italy, xvi. 608.

MOLLUSCA, division of animal kingdom, spread of, in Asia, Il. 699; conquest GAETA (Formia), town, Italy, ix. XVI. 632; II. 53; distribution of, vii. of Egypt, VII. 749; invasion of Persia, 415.

279, 283; embryology, XX. 419; hiberXVIII. 615; caliphate acquired by MOLAI, or Molay (q.v.), James de, XVI. nation, XI. 789; histology, XII. 7; sultan of Turkey, XXIII. 643 ; in 608.

organs of touch in, XXIII. 478; reproChina, v. 650; in Europe, viII. 713; | MOLASSES, from sugar, XXII. 626. duction of, xx. 409; in Lankester's in India, XII. 746, 792; in Spain, RUM, XXI. 58.

classification, xxiv. 813. XXII. 309; in Turkish empire, XXIII. MOLAY, Jacques de, grand-master of the MOLLUSCOIDS, division of animal king654.

Templars, xvi. 608; XXIII. 163, 164. dom, iv. 188. MOHAMMEDAN LIBRARIES, XIV. 514. MOLBECH, Christian, Danish lexico- MOLLUSCUM CONTAGIOSUM, skin disMOHAMRAH, town, Persia, VIII. 671; grapher, VII. 93.

ease, XXII. 121. XVIII, 620. MOLD, town, Wales, IX. 327.

MOLLY MAGUIRES, mining combination, MOHATRA BARGAIN, in casuistry, V. MOLDAU, river, Germany, vii. 825. Pennsylvania, U.S.A., XVIII. 504. 204.

MOLDAVIA, principality, Roumania, MOLLY MAWK, bird, ix. 817; xv. 334. MOHAWK, river, New York, U.S.A.,

XXI. 18.

MOLOCH, Semitic divinity, XVI. 695. XII. 331; XVII. 451.

MOLE, insectivorous mammal, xvi. 608; CALLITHRIX, ape, Il. 155. MOHEGANS, American-Indian tribe,

HORRIDUS, species of lizards, XIV. XII. 831.

river, England, xxIII. 220.

737 MOHILLA, island, Comores, Africa, vi. MOLÉ, Matthieu Louis, Count, French Mologa, town, Russia, xxiv. 731.

politician, 1x. 620.

MOLOKAI, island, Hawaiian group, Mohl, Hugo von, on protoplasm, xix. -, Matthieu, French politician, vi. Pacific, XI. 532. 828.

246.

MOLOKOVA, spa, Eastern Siberia, xxIII. Jules, German Orientalist, XVI. MOLECH, Semitic divinity, xvi. 695. 510. 607.

MOLE CRICKET, insect, VI. 578; XIII. MOLON, governor of Media, XVIII. 588. MÖHLER, Johann Adam, German theo 152; as wheat pest, XXIV. 534. MOLOSSI, ancient Greek tribe, VIII. logian, xvi. 607.

MOLECULAR ACTIONS AND CHANGES, 483. Mohn, island, Russia, in Baltic, xiv. in physiology, Xix, 18.

MOLOSSUS, genus of bats, xv. 408, 413. 723; XVII. 732.

MOLECULAR MAGNETISM, Theory of, MOLTKE, Count von, Prussian general, Henrik, on Norwegian Polar XV. 271, 276.

XXIV. 582. explorations, xix. 323. MOLECULAR WEIGHTS, V. 471.

MOLUCCAS, islands, Indian Archipelago, MOHR, Karl Friedrich, German scien- MOLECULE, XVI. 610; III. 38; VII. 215. XVI. 696; XII. 815; birds of, 111. 740. tist, XVI. 707.

MOLESKIN, cotton fabric, XVI. 623. MOLVA, genus of fishes, xiv. 668. MÖHRING, Paul H. G., on birds, XVIII. 5. MOLESTATION, in law, XXIII. 500. MOLYBDENITE, mineral, xvi. 394; XVI. MOHS, Friedrich, crystallographer, vi. MOLESWORTH, Sir William, philoso 697. 674.

phical and political writer, XVI. 623. MOLYBDENUM, chemical element, xvi. MOHTADI BILLAH, caliph, XVI. 586. MOLFETTA, town, Italy, XVI. 624. 697; V. 541. MOIMIR, Slavonic chief, x. 480.

MOLGE, genus of reptiles, XXIII. 577. MOLYBDITE, mineral, xvi. 388. Moir, David Macbeth, Scottish poet and MOLGULIDÆ, family of Tunicata, XXIII. MOLYN, Pieter de, Dutch painter, Vili. humorist, xvi. 608. 617.

735. , George, Scottish critic, xvi. 608. MOLIÈRE (Jean Baptiste Poquelin), MOLYNEUX, William, friend of John MOIRA, Earl of, governor-general of French dramatist, XVI. 624; VII. 425; Locke, xiv. 754; his plea for Irish India, XI. 517.

IX. 658; as satirist, xxi. 319; his independence, XIII. 269. MOISSAC, town, France, xvi. 608.

relations with Racine, XX. 204. MOLYSITE, mineral, xvi. 384. MOISTURE, of the atmosphere, III. 32; MOLINA, Luis, Spanish Jesuit, XVI. 630. MOMBASA, or Mombas, town, East life conditioned by, III. 680.

Maria de, regent of Castile, XXII. Africa, XVI. 697; mission near, I. 246. MOJANGA, town, Madagascar, xv. 175. 319.

MOMENT, in mechanics, xv. 683, 700, MOKADDASI, Arabic geographer, XVI. Tirso de (G. Tellez), Spanish 732; of inertia, XV. 732. 608.

dramatist, XXIII. 157; VII. 421; XXII. MOMENTUM, in mechanics, xv. 677, MOKANDARRA, pass, India, XIV. 144. 358.

698, 715. MOKANNA, Al-, the veiled prophet of MOLINE, town, Illinois, U.S.A., XVI. MOMIAS BAY, Patagonia, XVIII. 352. Khorasan, XVI. 44, 580, 608.

631.

MOMMSEN, Theodor, on the influence of MOKATTAN, Egypt, Caliph Hakim's Molinos, Miguel de, Spanish quietist, the Jews in Rome, XIII. 430. observatory at, XVII. 709.

XVI. 631; XVII. 134.

MOMOTOMBO, mountain, Nicaragua, MOKHA, or Mocha, harbour, Red Sea, MOLISE, province, Italy, xvi. 631.

XVII. 477 XVI. 540; XX. 316.

MOLITOR, Joseph Franz, German theo- MOMOTUS, genus of birds, XVII. 3. MOKHTAR BEN ABI OBAID, Shiite chief, sophist, XXIII. 279.

MOMPESSON, Sir Giles, English monoXVI. 568, 570. MOLITZ, spa, France, XX. 128.

polist, XVI. 758.

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