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MONA (Anglesea), island, Wales, 11. 30; | MONCTON, town, New Brunswick, XVI. | MONITION, in law, XVI. 751.
XV. 453.

719; XVII. 375.

MONITOR, lizard, xiv. 734. MONACH, island, Scotland, its climate, MONDE, Le, Paris newspaper, XVII. MONK, George, duke of Albemarle, VI. 5. 426.

English general, XVI. 751; XII. 80; in MONACHA, genus of birds, xx. 101. MONDEVILLE, Henri de, French surgeon, Scotland, XXI. 514. MONACHISM, or Monasticism, xvi. 698 XXII. 675.

of Heilsbronn, German poet, XI. (list of foundations, 715); monastic MONDHIR, Moorish emir in Spain, 624. libraries, XIV. 513.

XXII. 312.

MONKCHESTER (Newcastle), ancient British, Fosbroke's work, IX. 470. of Hira, invader of Syria, xvIII. town, England, xvII. 379. MONACO, principality, South Europe, 612.

MONKEY-NUT, XI. 221. XVI. 717

MONDINO of Bologna, father of modern | MONKEYS, or Apes, 11. 151; XV. 444; MONADIDEA, order of Protozoa, XIX. anatomy, I. 805.

man's relation to, II. 107; of South 856.

MONDOÑEDO, town, Spain, xvi. 719. America, I. 681; skins of, ix. 838; MONADISM, atomic theory, III. 37. MONDOVI, town, Italy, XVI. 720.

Tibetan belief in descent from, XXIII. MONADNOCK, mountain, U.S.A., XXIII. MONEMBASIA (Malvasia), ancient town, 343. 792.

Greece, xv. 346.

MONK-FISH, XII. 686. MONADS, Leibnitz's theory of, xiv. 421. MONERA, division of Protozoa, 11. 50. MONKLANDS RAILWAY, Scotland, xx. MONAGHAN, county, Ireland, XVI. 718; MONEY, XVI. 720 (table, 732); coinage 224.

representation, XXIII. 727; town, xvi. of, xvi. 480; coined, xvII. 630; use of MONK LEWIS (Matthew G. Lewis), Eng718.

cowry-shells as, VI. 535; economic lish writer, XIV. 493. MONALDESCHI, Giovanni, Christina of theories of, xix. 356; earliest notices MONKS, XVI. 698; 1. 10, 22; their charSweden's treatment of, v. 703.

of, vi. 197; paper, in relation to ex acter in England, viii. 373; their inMONA LISA, Leonardo's painting, xiv. change, VIII. 788; in relation to values, fluence on education, VII. 672; vest460.

XXIV. 51; connexion of, with units of ments of, vi. 463; Lamaist, in Tibet, MONAMINES, in chemistry, v. 575. weight, xxiv. 482 ; Dudley North's

XIV. 500. MONARCHIANISM, in early Christian paradoxes on, xvIII. 555.

MONKSHOOD, plant, 1. 98. theology, XVI. 718; XIII. 671; moda Colonel, on the cultivation of tea, MONK'S RHUBARB, plant, VII. 310. listic, of Noetus, XVII. 531.

XXIII. 99.

MONKWEARMOUTH, suburb of SunderMONARCHY, Government by, Xi. 11; AND TRADE CONSIDERED, Law's land, England, XXII. 657. early Roman, XX. 732.

work, xiv. 369.

MON-LAM, Tibetan festival, xiv. 501. MONASTERIES, I. 10; suppression of, in MONEY-ORDERS, Post-office, xix. 572. MONMOUTH, county, England, XVI.

England, VI. 606; VIII. 335, 375; MONFERRATO, Italian marquisate, XVI. 753; representation, XXIII. 727; town, XI. 664; in Old London, xiv. 844: 738.

XVI. 754. Lamaist, Tibet, XIV. 499.

MONGE, Gaspard, French mathematician, -, town, Illinois, U.S.A., XVI. 755. MONASTICISM, XVI. 698; in England, XVI. 738; on the adherence of particles, James, duke of, xvi. 755; VIII. VIII. 281, 286, 298, 304, 316; early

350; in Scotland, xxi. 516; his relaIrish, xii. 248; in Greek Church, xi. MONGHYR, district, India, xvi. 739; tions with William of Orange, XXIV. 159; St Jerome's defence of, xiii. 630. town, XVI. 740.

579. MONASTIC LIBRARIES, XIV. 513. MONGOLIA, country, Asia, 11. 686; XVI. Earl of (Charles Mordaunt), XVIII. MONASTIC VESTMENTS, VI. 463.

749; in time of Marco Polo, xix. 700. MONASTIC Vow, XXIV. 301.

404.

MONNIER, Maria Thérèse de, Mirabeau's MONASTIR, town, Roumelia, Turkey, MONGOLIAN LANGUAGE, XVI. 749; correspondent Sophie, XVI. 493XVI. 719; 1. 448; plain, XV. 136.

XXIV. I.

MONOCHORD, musical instrument, XIX. town, Tunis, XXIII. 620.

MONGOLOID TYPE, of man, II. 113. 65. MONAXONA, order of sponges, XXII. MONGOLS, Asiatic people, XVI. 740; II. MONOCOTYLEDONOUS PLANTS, IV. 92. 423.

696; XXIII. 70; affinities of, with the MONOCOTYLEDONS, subclass of plants, MONAXONIDA, tribe of sponges, XXII. Turks, XXIII. 658; resemblances to

XXIV. 131. 421.

ancient Mexicans, XVI. 207; conquests MONOCYSTIS AGILIS, species of ProtoMONAZITE, mineral, XVI. 403.

of, xiii. 620; religion of, xx. 363; zoa, XIX. 853. MONBODDO, Lord, Scottish judge and in Western Asia, XVI. 588; in China, MONODELPHIA, subclass of Mammalia,

philosopher, XVI. 719; on evolution, V. 646; in mediæval Europe, V. 132, XV. 372, 383. VIII. 760.

627; invasion of Europe by (1683), MONODON, genus of cetacean mammals, MONBUTTU, mountains, Soudan, Africa, XIX. 296; invasion of Japan by, xiii. XV. 398; XVII. 235. XXII. 277.

583; in Russia, xxi. 79, 90; their" MONOGENEA, division of trematode MONCADA, Francisco de, Spanish his overthrow of the Seljuks, XXI. 637; in worms, XXIII. 539. torian, XXII. 359.

Siberia, XXII. 8.

MONOGENIST THEORY, of origin of
MONCAYO, Sierra de, Spain, XXIV. 769. MONGoos, or Mungoos, carnivorous races, II. 114.
MÖNCHEN-GLADBACH, town, Prussia, mammal, XII. 629; XV. 436.

MONOLITH, prehistoric stone
X. 631.
MONGREL, or Hybrid, XII. 422.

ment, II. 383; XXI. 51. MÖNCHGUT, district, Rügen, Prussia, MONICA, mother of St Augustine, III. MONOLOGION, of Anselm, II. 92. XXI. 56.

75.

MONOMAKH, Vladimir, prince of Kieff, MÖNCHSBERG, mountain, Austria, xxi. MONIES, Abbreviations for, 1. 29.

Russia, XXI. 89. 239.

MONISM, in philosophy, xxIII. 234; MONOMYA, order of Mollusca, XVI. MONCRIEFF, Alexander, Scottish Seced Stoic doctrine, XXII. 563.

685. er, XXIII. 728. MONITA SECRETA, of the Jesuits, XIII. MONOPELTIS, genus

of lacertilian GUN, II. 557; carriage for, 1X. 451; 650.

reptiles, XX. 451. MONITEUR, Paris newspaper, xvII. 424. MONOPHYSITISM, in ancient church,

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XI. 312.

VIII. 724; XI. 155; XIII. 538, 671; | MONTALEMBERT, Charles Forbes de, | MONTEM, procession, at Eton, England,

XIII. 796; Theodoret's, XXIII. 256. French historian, xvi. 771; 1X. 674; VIII. 632. MONOPOLI, town, Italy, XVI. 757. XIV. 239, 240; XVII. 426; his opposi- MONTEMAYOR, Jorge de, Spanish MONOPOLY, MONOPOLIES, XVI. 757; in tion to papal infallibility, XVII. 754. pastoral poet, XVIII. 346; XXII. 357.

finance, IX. 179; in patents, XVIII. MONTALET, Pic de, mountain, France, MONTENEGRO, country, Europe, xvi. 354; evils of, in trade, II. 213. XXIII. 65.

779; Greek Church of, XI. 158; literaVALUES, in economics, XXIV. 48. MONTALVAN, Juan Perez de, Spanish ture of, XXI. 691. MONOPYLÆA, order of Protozoa, XIX. dramatist, XVI. 772; VII. 421.

MONTERAN, Pierre de, Parisian archi850.

MONTALVO, Garci Ordoñez de, Spanish tect, XVIII. 288. MONOSPOREA, order of Protozoa, XIX. romancist, XXII. 355; XX. 655. MONTEREAU-FAUT-YONNE, town, 854.

MONTANA, Territory, U.S.A., XVI. 772; France, XXI. 625. MONOSTEARIN, in chemistry, X. 697. mines, XXIII. 815, 816.

MONTEREGIO, Joh. de (Regiomontanus), MONOSTOMIDÆ, family of trematode MONTAÑA DOTA, mountain range, German astronomer, XX. 341. worms, XXIII. 539.

Central America, VI. 449.

MONTEREY, town, California, U.S.A., MONOTHEISM, XXIII. 235.

MONTAÑES, Spanish sculptor, XXI. 567. XVI. 781. MONOTHELITES, Christian sect, XVI. MONTANISM, in early chu

XVI. 774;

town, Mexico, XVI. 782, 214. 758; XIII. 671; XX. 783; condemnation V. 701; under Justinian, XIII. 796. MONTE SAN GIULIANO, town, Sicily, of, by Pope Martin I., XV. 582; St MONTANITE, mineral, XVI. 403.

XVI. 782. Maximus's opposition to, xv. 646. MONTANUS, founder of Montanism, MONTE SANT ANGELO, town, Italy, MONOTREMATA, order of Mammalia,

XVI. 775.

XVI. 782. VII. 628; XV. 377.

(Giovanni de Monte), Italian MONTESPAN, Madame de, mistress of MONOTROPEÆ, parasitic plants, XVIII. physician, xv. 808, 809.

Louis XIV. of France, ix. 578; XV. 264.

MONTARGIS, town, France, XVI. 777. 304. MONRADITE, mineral, XVI. 414. MONTASIR, caliph, XVI. 585.

MONTESQUIEU, C. L. de Secondat, Baron MONREALE, town, Sicily, XVI. 758. MONTATAIRE, town, France, XVII. 749. de, French writer, xvi. 782; IX. 667; MONRO, Alexander, Scottish surgeon, MONTAUBAN, town, France, XVI. 778. his economic teaching, xix. 359; in1. 814; XXII. 676.

MONTBEILLARD, Guénau de, on birds, fluence of his writings, IX. 592. MONROE, town, Michigan, U.S.A., XVIII. 6.

MONTEVERDE, Claudio, Italian musical XVI. 761.

MONTBÉLIARD, town, France, XVI. 778. composer, XVI. 785; XVII. 86. James, president of the United MONTCALM, Marquis of, French general, MONTEVIDEO, town, Uruguay, South States, XVI. 760.

XX. 167; XXIII. 735; XXIV. 630. America, XVI. 786. DOCTRINE, in United States MONTCORBIER, De (Francis Villon), MONTEZUMA, emperor

of ancient politics, XIII. 192; XVI. 761; XXIII. French poet and adventurer, xxiv. Mexico, VI. 441; XVI. 209. 762.

232.

MONTFAUCON, Bernard de, French MONROVIA, town, Liberia, West Africa, MONT DE PIÉTÉ, national pawnbroking critic and scholar, XVI. 787. XIV. 508; I. 269.

office, Paris, XVIII. 283.

MONTFERRAT, or Monferrato, Italian MONS, town, Belgium, xvI. 761. MONT-DORÉ-LES-BAINS, town, France, marquisate, XVI. 738. MONSCIA (Monza), town, Italy, XVI. 798. XVI. 779; XX. 120; mineral water of, MONTFORT, Simon de, crusader, XVI. MONS MEG, cannon, at Edinburgh, 11.

XVI. 435.

787; IX. 541; XX. 322. 557

MONTE, Gian Maria del (Pope Julius Simon de, political leader, XVI. MONSOONS, periodical winds, XVI. 148; III.), XIII. 772.

787; VIII. 310; XI. 658; XVIII. 304. II. 690; XII. 821.

MONTEBELLO, Italy, Battle of (1859), MONTGOLFIER, Stephen and Joseph, MONS SACER, near Rome, xx. 736. III, 138.

discoverers of the balloon, I. 187. MONSTER, XVI. 762; XV. 779.

Jean Lannes, Duc de, French MONTGOMERIE, Alexander, early ScotMONSTRELET, Enguerrand de, French marshal, xiv. 289.

tish poet, XVI. 790; XXI. 542. chronicler, XVI. 766. MONTE CARLO, suburb of Monaco, XVI.

Archibald William, earl of MONTAGNARDS, party of the French 717.

Eglinton, VII. 699. Revolution, ix. 602.

MONTE CASINO, or Cassino, Abbey of, MONTGOMERY, county, Wales, XVI. 788; MONTAGNE NOIRE, mountain, Cevennes, Italy, XVI. 778; I. 11; III. 557; XXIII. representation, XXIII. 727; town, XVI. France, xxIII. 65. 832; library, xiv. 513, 531.

789. MONTAGNES NOIRES, mountains, MONTE CHRISTO, Dumas's romance, district, India, XVI. 789; XX. 109; Morbihan, France, xvI. 813. VII. 522.

town, XVI. 789. MONTAGU, Edward, first earl of MONTECORVINO, John, archbishop of town, Alabama, U.S.A., XVI. 790. Sandwich, xxi. 261. Peking, v. 628; XVI. 742.

Alexander, Scottish poet, XVI. 790; George, his ornithological diction- | MONTE CRISTO, island, Italy, XIII. 440. ary, XVIII. 15, 17.

MONTECUCULI, Raimondo, count of, Arnulph de, Welsh chief, xvIII. John, fourth earl of Sandwich, Austrian general, xvi. 778.

482. XXI. 261.

MONTEFELTRO, Federigo da, count of James, English poet, XVI. 790; Lady Mary Wortley, English Urbino, XXIV. 9.

hymns by, XII. 595. writer, XVI. 767.

Guidubaldo, count of Urbino, Richard, American revolutionary MONTAGUE, Charles, earl of Halifax, XXIV. 9.

general, XXIII. 790. XI. 385; XIX. 743; his friendship MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, XIII. 549.

Robert, English poet, XVI. 790. for Newton, XVII. 445.

MONTELEONE of Apulia, town, Italy, Roger de, earl of Shrewsbury, MONTAIGNE, Michel de, French essayist,

XVI. 779.

XXI. 845. XVI. 767; IX. 654; on education, vii. of Calabria, town, Italy, xvi. MONTH, of the calendar, iv. 665; II. 674; on scepticism, xxi. 382; his 779.

800; XXIV. 791 ; sidereal, II. 774, relations with Charron, V. 431. MONTÉLIMAR, town, France, XVI. 779.

800.

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IX. 552.

MONTHÉLON, Sainte de (Madame de MONTSERRAT, island, West Indies, MOORING ANCHORS, 11. 8.
Chantal), French religieuse, ix. 696.

XVI. 797.

MOOR PARK, Hertfordshire, England, MONTHLY REVIEWS AND MAGAZINES, , mountain, Spain, XVI. 797; mona

XI. 772. XVIII. 536, 537.

stery on, XVI. 797.

MOORS, race of people, Africa, I. 261; MONTI, Vincenzo, Italian writer, XIII. MONTSOURIS, Paris, Observatory at, xvi. 834; in Spain, XXII. 309, 327 514. XVII. 712.

330; expulsion of, from Spain, ix. MONTICELLITE, mineral, XVI. 410. MONTUCLA, Jean Etienne, French ma 82. MONTICOLA, genus of birds, XXIII. thematician, XVI. 798; on Theodosius's MOORSHEDABAD, or Murshidabad, dis322. spherics, XXIII. 260.

trict and town, India, XVII. 63. MONTIEL, Spain, Battle of (1369), XVIII. MONUMENTAL EFFIGIES AND BRASSES, MOORSOM SYSTEM, of tonnage, XXIII. 451. VII. 694.

442. MONTILLA, town, Spain, XVI. 790; wine MONUMENTS, Rude stone, XXI. 50. MOORUK, bird, v. 186. of, XXIV. 607.

MONUMENTUM ANCYRANUM, inscrip- | MOOSE, deer, VII. 24. MONTLEHÉRI, France, Battle of (1465), tion at Angora, II. 45; XIII. 133. MOOSEHEAD, Lake, Maine, U.S.A., xv.

MON-YUL, district, Tibet, XXIII. 341. 298. MONTLUC, Blaise de Lasseran-Massen- MONZA, town, Italy, XVI. 798; cathedral MoOSEHILLOCK, or Moosilauke, mouncôme, Seigneur de, French governor of, XXIII. 194.

tain, Appalachians, U.S.A., XXIII. 792. and writer, XVI. 791; IX. 653. MONZON, Spain, Treaty of (1626), ix. MOOSSEEDORF, lake-dwelling, Bern, MONTLUÇON, town, France, XVI. 791. 568.

Switzerland, XIV. 223. MONTMARTRE, Heights of, Paris, XVIII. MOOLA, river, Baluchistan, III. 302. Moot, early English council, XVIII. 302. 274.

MOOLTAN, or Multan, district, India, Moors, law exercises, XIII. 88. MONTMIRAIL, France, Battle of (1814), XVII. 19; town, XVII. 20.

MopH (Memphis), town of Scripture, XVII. 221.

Moon, The, xvi. 798; 11. 774; elements xv. 847 MONTMOR, Louis de, Tomb of, in of, 11. 782; influence of, on atmo- MOPLAS, race, India, XII. 746; XV. 185. Perpignan, France, xvIII. 556.

spheric pressure, XVI. 124; calendar MOQUEGUA, town, Peru, XVIII. 674. MONTMORENCY, river, Canada, XX. regulated by, IV. 668; longitude found MOQUETTE CARPETS, V. 130. 165; falls, XXI. 181.

from culminations of, XXIII. 395; MOQUIS, American-Indian tribe, XII. distinguished French family, XVI. Greek legends of, xi. 680; libration

833. 791.

of, Mayer's observations on, xv. 649; MORA, mountain, New Mexico, U.S.A., Anne, Duc de, constable of France, light from, xvIII. 842; influence on

XVII. 399. XVI. 791; IX. 557.

terrestrial magnetism, XVI. 178; Albert de (Pope Gregory VIII.), BOUTTEVILLE, Duc de Luxem marine observations by means of, XVII. XI. 178. bourg, French general, xv. 86.

269, 272; motion of, xi. 74; myths MORADABAD, or Muradabad, district MONTMORILLONITE, mineral, XVI. 424. of, xvII. 157; nutation of, xvii. 260; and town, India, xvii. 33. MONTMOROT, Salt mines of, France, parallax of, xvill. 252; phases of, 11. MORAINES, glacier debris, X. 281, 627. XIV. 868.

797; evolution of, in relation to tides, MORALEDA CHANNEL, Patagonia, XVIII. MONTOLIEU, Frédéric, explorer of Ori XXIII. 378; influence of, on tides, 352. noco, South America, XVII. 844.

XXIII. 353, 354, 356, 365, 368; zodi- MORALIA, Plutarch's, XIX. 233. MONTORO, town, Spain, XVI. 792.

acal light of, xxiv. 797; Kant's dis MAGNA (Great Ethics), Aristotle's, MONTPELIER, town, Vermont, U.S.A.,

cussions on,

XIII. 847 ; Ptolemy's XVI. 792.

observations on, XX. 90.

MORALITIES, or Mural Plays, VII. 413, MONTPELLIER, town, France, XVI. 792; New, Jewish festival, XXI. 125. 415; English, viii. 416; early French, academy of sciences, 1. 71; medical MOON-DIAL, VII. 154.

IX. 645. school, xv. 807 ; university, XXIII. MOONGA, silkworm, xxi. 60.

MORALITY, as affected by the Renais838. MOONSTONE, mineral, XVI. 419.

sance, xx. 387. MONTPENSIER, Duchesse de, French Moor, Captain W., Arctic explorer, XIX. MORAL PHILOSOPHY, or Ethics (q.v.), princess, XVI. 792. 318.

VIII. 574. MONTREAL, town, Canada, xvi. 793; | MOOR-BUZZARD, bird, XI. 491. MORALS, Science of, see Ethics; influ

XXI. 181; climate of, iv. 771; Victoria MOORCROFT, William, English traveller, ence of Christianity on, V. 697. Bridge at, iv. 339; university, XXIII. XVI. 803.

MORAL SENSE, or Conscience (q.v.), VIII. 856.

MOORE, Edward, English dramatist, 600; Hutcheson on, XII. 409. Island of, Canada, xvi. 795; XX. XVI. 803.

MORAL SENTIMENTS, Theory of, Adam 165.

Francis, his almanac, I. 591.

Smith's work, XXII. 169; VIII. 602. D’ABARNO, organizer of condot Sir John, British general, XVI. 804; MORAL THEOLOGY, or Theological tieri, vi. 256.

his campaign in Spain, XVII. 214; Ethics, XXIII. 275; Rothe on, XXI. 2; MONTREAU-LES-MINES, town, France, Wolfe's Lines on the Burial of, xxiv. XXIII. 269. XXI. 302.

630.

MORAL THEOLOGY, Liguori's work, XIV. MONTREUIL, town, France, xvIII. 340; John, Scottish traveller and novel

634. XXI. 624.

ist, xvi. 803.

MORANT BAY INSURRECTION, Jamaica, MONTREUX, town, Switzerland, xxiv. Sir Jonas, his contributions to

XIII. 551. 115.

navigation, XVII. 256.

MORAR, Loch, Scotland, XIV. 217. MONTROSE, town, Scotland, xvi. 795.

Thomas, Irish poet, XVI. 805. MORAT, Switzerland, Battle of (1476), First Marquis of, xvi. 795; XXI. MOORFIELDS, London, Xiv. 848.

V. 425; IX. 764; XXII. 787. 513.

MOOR-Fowl, or Grouse, bird, XI. 222. Lake of, Switzerland, xiv. 220; MONTROUGE, Hill of, Paris, XVIII. 274. | MOOR-HEN, or Water-Hen, bird, xvi. XVII. 361; XXII. 777. MONT ST MICHEL, islet, French coast, 808.

MORATCHA, river, Montenegro, XVI. XVI. 796. MOORING, of ships, XXI. 597.

780.

II. 513.

VIII. 491.

XIV. 54.

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MORATIN, Leandro Fernandez de, | MORELLET, André, French political | MORLACHS, Vlach people, Dalmatia, Spanish dramatist and poet, xvi. 809; economist, xvi. 821.

XXIV. 270. XXII. 361.

MORELOS, state, Mexico, XVI. 214. MORLAIX, town, France, XVI. 825. Nicolas Fernandez de, Spanish José Maria, Mexican leader, xvi. MORLAND, George, English painter, poet, xvi. 809. 219.

XVI. 825. MORAVA, river, Moravia, xvi. 810. MORENA, fish, XVII. 34.

Samuel, on plant reproduction, iv. river, Servia, xxi. 686. , Sierra, Spain, XXII. 294.

82. MORAVIA, crownland, Austria-Hungary, MORENO, Gabriel, Peruvian botanist, MORMAER, ancient Scottish title, xv. XVI. 810. XVIII. 675.

524. MORAVIAN BRETHREN, society of MORENOSITE, mineral, XVI. 401. MORMONS, religious sect, XVI. 825;

Christians, XVI. 811; xxiv. 789; their MORÉRI, Louis, his Grand Dictionnaire Mormonism, xvi. 828 ; XXI. 235; missions, XVI. 516; Spangenberg's Historique, VIII. 194.

XXIV. 21. connexion with, XXII. 368; Zinzen MORESBY ISLAND, British Columbia, MORMOPS, genus of bats, XV. 414. dorf's, XXIV. 789.

XX. 170.

MORNAY, Philippe de, French ProMORAVIANS, Slavonic people of Europe, MORESQUE, in decoration, II. 234. testant writer, XVI. 628. XXII. 145; Episcopal Church of the, MORETO, Augustin, Spanish dramatist, MORNING ADVERTISER, London newsXVI. 821; VII. 422; XXII. 359.

paper, XVII. 419. MORAy, or Murray, Earl of, regent of MORETON BAY, Queensland, Australia, MORNING CHRONICLE, London newsScotland, xvII. 62; XXI. 503. XX. 171.

paper, XVII. 417. MORAYSHIRE, or Elgin, county, Scot MORETTO, Il (Alessandro Bonvicino), MORNING Post, London newspaper, land, vill. 129. Italian painter, XXI. 436.

XVII. 417. MORBEGNO, town, Italy, XXIV. 45. MORETUS, Flemish printer, xix. 177. MORNY, Duc de, French politician, XVI. MORBHANJ (Keunjhar), state, India, MORGAGNI, Giovanni Battista, Italian 829.

anatomist, XVI. 821; I. 813; XV. 813. MORO, Attoni, Dutch painter, xvi. 830; MORBID ANATOMY, Study of, xv. 816. MORGAN, Edwin D., American politician,

XXI. 439. MORBIHAN, department, France, XVI. XXIII. 790.

MOROCCO, country, North Africa, XVI. 812.

Henry, buccaneer, IV. 409.

830; I. 265; Jews in, XIII. 687; MORCHELLA, genus of Fungi, XVII. 76. Sydney Owenson, Lady, English weights and measures of, XXIV. 490. MORDANTS, in dyeing, VII. 573; in novelist and critic, XVI. 823.

town, North Africa, XVI. 835. calico printing, iv. 686.

Thomas, on deism, VII. 35.

LEATHER, XIV. 388. MORDAUNT, Charles, earl of Peter Mount, gold-mines, Queensland, MOROCOCHITE, mineral, xvi. 394. borough, XVIII. 700.

XX. 173.

MORON, or Moron de la Frontera, town, MORDECAI, of Scripture, vill. 560. MORGANA, Legend of, v. 325.

Spain, xvi. 836; XXI. 708. MORDVA, or Mordvinians, race, Russia, MORGANATIC MARRIAGE, XV. 569. MORONE, Pietro di (Pope Celestine V.), xvi. 813.

MORGAN LOAN, of France, XVII. 244. V. 291. MORDVINE LANGUAGES, Dictionaries MORGARTEN, Switzerland, Battles of MORONI, Giambattista, Italian painter, of, vii. 188. (1315, 1798), XXII. 783, 793.

XVI. 836; XXI. 436. MORDVINIANS, Ural-Altaic people, MORGES, lake-dwelling, Geneva, xiv. MOROSINI, Venetian noble family, XVI. Russia, xvi. 813, 45. 223.

836. MORE, Ben, mountain, Perthshire, Scot- MORGHEN, Raffaello Sanzio, Italian Francesco, doge of Venice and land, XVIII. 666. engraver, XVI. 824.

admiral, xvi. 837; XI. 121; XIII. 484; Sir Anthony, Dutch painter, XVI. MORGUES, dead houses, V. 331.

XXIV. 147. 830.

MORHOF, Daniel Georg, German writer, MOROTAI, island, Indian Archipelago, Hannah, English writer, XVI. 814. XVI. 824.

XIII. 692. Henry, English philosopher, xvi. MORIAH, Mount, Jerusalem, XVI. 824. MORPETH, town, England, xvi. 837. 814; XVII. 134; his ethical teaching, MORICONI, Pietro, archbishop, and Lord (seventh earl of Carlisle), VIII. 597 Pisan admiral, xix. 119.

English statesman, V. 110. Margaret, daughter of Sir Thomas MORIER, James, English traveller and MORPHEUS, in Latin mythology, XVI. More, XVI. 819. Oriental writer, XVI. 824.

837 Sir Thomas, lord chancellor of MORILLON, bird, xvi. 824.

MORPHIA, narcotic drug, XVII. 231, England, xvi. 815; his execution, VIII. MORIMO, divinity of the Bechuanas, III. 792. 335; XI. 664; on communism, VI. 212; 478.

MORPHOGRAPHY, in zoology, xxiv. as an English scholar, viII. 414, 416; MORIMOND, France, Abbey of, v. 793. 803.

his hatred of Lutheranism, VIII. 374. Morin, or Morinus, Jean, French Catho- MORPHOLOGY, science of organic form, MOREA, peninsula, Greece, XI. 81. lic theologian, xvi. 824.

XVI. 837; III. 681; XX. 420; in relation MOREAU, Hégésippe, French poet, XVI. MORIORIS, tribe, Chatham Islands, to evolution, VIII. 750; to physiology, 819. Pacific, V. 444.

XIX. 8; of Protozoa, xix. 832; of -Jean Victor, French general, xvi. MORISCOES, or Moors, in Spain, XXII. Schizomycetes, XXI. 401. 820; III. 130; his rivalry with 326, 330.

MORPHY, Paul, American chess-player, Napoleon, xvII. 202, 204; his death, MORISON, Robert, his classification of V. 602. XVII. 220.

plants, iv. 79.

MORRICE-DANCE, XVI. 846. MOREH HANNEBOKIM, of Maimonides, MORISONIANS, Scottish religious sect, MORRIN COLLEGE, Quebec, Canada, XV. 296. VIII. 726.

XX. 169. MOREL, edible fungus, xvII. 76. MÖRK, Jakob Henrik, Swedish novelist, MORRIS, Robert, American statesman, (Eustache Deschamps), French poet, XXII. 756.

XVI. 846. VII. 128.

MÖRL, Maria von, Stigmata of, XXII. - William, English artistic designer, MORELIA, town, Mexico, xvi. 820, 214.

550.

XXIII. 213.

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MORRISANIA, suburb of New York, | MORVAN, district, France, XVII. 496. MOSHEIM, Johann Lorenz von, German XVII. 458.

MORVEAU, Baron Guyton de, French church historian, xvi. 863; V. 765. MORRIS-DANCE, XVI. 846.

chemist, XI. 343; V. 466.

MOSKEN, island, Norway, xiv. 769; MORRISON, John, paraphrases and MORVENITE, mineral, XVI. 423.

XXIV. 542. hymns by, XII. 593.

MORZUK, or Murzuk, oasis and town, | MOSKENÆS, island, Norway, XIV. 769; -, Robert, missionary to China, xvi. Sahara, Africa, xvII. 695; XXI. 150. XXIV. 542. 846.

MOSAIC, tesselated work, XVI. 849; XIII. MOSKENSTRÖM, tidal current, Norway, Mount, Formosa, IX. 415. 81; ancient, II. 367; in Monreale

XXIV. 542. OBSERVATORY, Glasgow, Missouri, cathedral, xvi. 759; in Ravennese MOSKOWA, Prince de la (Marshal Ney), U.S.A., XVII. 715. churches, XX. 296.

French general, xvII. 472. MORRISTOWN, town, New Jersey, LAW, Philo's exposition of the, MOSLEM RELIGION, or MohammedU.S.A., XVI. 847. XVIII. 763.

anism (q.v.), XVI. 545. MORRONE, Monte, Italy, Monastery of, MOSAISM, religion of Israel, XIII. 399; MOSLIM, Abu, Abbasid general, xvi. XXII. 634. XX. 361.

576, 578. MORSE, walrus, XV. 443; XXIV. 337. MOSAMBIQUE SUBREGION, of birds, III. BEN OKBA, Moslem general, xvI. Samuel Finley Breese, American 759.

568. inventor, XVI. 847; his contributions MOSANDRITE, mineral, xvi. 426. Mosos, Tibetan tribe, XXIII. 344.

to telegraphy, XXIII. 113, 119. MOSANDRIUM, Spectrum of, XXII. 37?. MOSQUE, Mohammedan place of worMORSHANSK, town, Russia, xvi. 848; MOSASAURUS, genus of fossil reptiles, 1. ship, XVI. 863; architecture of, 11. 446; XXIII. 41. 679; XX. 445.

mural decorations in, XVII. 35; mosques MORSZTYN, Count Andrew, Polish MOSCHA (Muscat), ancient town, Arabia, at Baghdad, III. 232; at Bijapur, India, courtier and poet, XIX. 290, 302. XVII. 64.

III. 669; at Constantinople, vi. 305; MORTALITY, in hospitals, XII. 302; by MOSCHELES, Ignaz, Austrian pianist, the Great, at Damascus, vi. 791; at suicide, XXII. 629; tables of, for in XVI. 855.

Herat, XI. 714; at Kairwan, Tunis, XIII. surance purposes, XIII. 169. See also MOSCHEROSCH, Johann Michael, Ger 824; the Great, at Mecca, xv. 672, 674; Longevity. man satirist, X. 531.

of Mohammed, at Medina, xv. 819. Bills of, xxii. 462.

MOSCHOPOLIS, town, Epirus, XXIV. MOSQUITO, insect, xvi. 866; X. 700; MORTAR, of lime, XIV. 647; making of, 270.

XIII. 150; as a propagator of disease, IV. 460; Roman, xx. 808, 809. MOSCHUS, genus of deer, XV. 430, 432;

XVIII. 271. gun, XI. 306. XVII. 107.

RESERVE (or COAST), Nicaragua, MORTARIUM, Roman dish, xix. 619.

of Syracuse, Greek poet, XVI.

XVII. 479. MORTE D'ARTHUR, romance, XX. 642; 855.

MOSRIF, Moslem general, XVI. 568. Malory's, X. 173; XV. 337.

Moscow, government, Russia, XVI. 855; MOSS-AGATE, mineral, I. 278; XVI, MORTEIRA, Saul Levi, Dutch rabbi, XXI. 69.

389. XXII. 400.

town, Russia, xvi. 856; XXI. 70; MOSSAMEDES, government, West Africa, MORTGAGE, in law, xvi. 848; XXIII. founding of, xxi. 90 ; burning of

III. 572. 596; on land, xiv. 265, 270; in Roman (1812), ix. 616; XVII. 217; great bell MOSSBUNKER, fish, xvi. 10. law, XX. 690; Welsh, iv. 254.

of, iii. 539; libraries, xiv. 533, 549; MOSSES, group of plants, XVI. 70; XXIV. MORTIFICATION, or Gangrene, xvi. 849; newspapers, XVII. 430; observatory, 128; reproduction in, iv. 161; XX. treatment of, xxII. 683.

XVII. 714; university, xxIII. 852. 423; herbarium for, XI. 718. MORTIMER, John, on the Art of Hus- MOSELEKATZE, Zulu chief, Transvaal, MOSSLEY, town, England, xvi. 867. bandry, I. 299.

XXIII. 518; XXIV. 828.

Mosso, his observations on sleep, XXII. Roger, earl of March, viii. 320, Moselle, river, Rhenish Prussia, xx. 155. 327.

20; in France, XX. 519.

MOSTADI BI-AMR-ILLAH, caliph, xvI. , Roger, courtier of Edward II.'s WINES, XXIV. 611.

588. and III.'s reigns, VII. 683.

MOSER, Johan Jakob, German jurist, MOSTAIN BILLAH, caliph, XVI. 585. MORTLAKE, Surrey, England, Tapestry

XVI. 860.

MOSTAKFI BILLAH, caliph, XVI. 587. manufacture at, XXIII. 213.

Mary, Swiss artist, XIV. 16. MOSTANJID BILLAH, caliph, XVI. 588. MORTMAIN, Statutes of, xvi. 849; V. MÖSER, Justus, German historian and MOSTANSIR BILLAH, caliph, XVI. 588.

401; VIII. 373; XXIII. 596; as applied economist, X. 535; XVIII. 56; xix. MOSTAR, town, Herzegovina, XVI. 867. to corporations, Vi. 433.

364.

MOSTARSHID BILLAH, caliph, XVI. 588. MORTO DA FELTRE, Italian painter, ix. Moses, of Scripture, xvi. 860; XIII. MOSTASIM BILLAH, caliph, XVI. 588. 69.

397; as prophet, xix. 816.

MOSTAZHIR BILLAH, caliph, XVI. 588. MORTON, Fourth Earl of, regent of Apocalypse of, 11. 177. See also II. Mosul, town, Mesopotamia, xvi. 868. Scotland, xvi. 849; XIII. 558; XXI.

176.

MOTACILLA, genus of birds, xiv. 82; 506.

Assumption of, apocalyptic book, XVII. 499; XVIII. 53; XXIV. 316, 366. Oliver P., American politician,

MOTADID BILLAH, caliph, xvi. 586. XXIII. 790.

of Aggel, Syriac writer, XXII. 836. MOTAGUA, river, Guatemala, XI. 239. Samuel George, on the American of Chorene, Armenian historian, MOTAMID ALA LLAH, caliph, XVI. 586. XVI. 861; II. 550, 551.

MOTANABBI, Arabic poet, XVII. I; XVI. MORU, temple, at Lhasa, Tibet, xiv. BAR KEPHA, Syriac writer, XXII. 595. 499.

846.

MOTANE, island, Marquesas, Pacific, xv. MORULA, in animal development, 11. 51; MOSES'S PRINCIPIA, Hutchinson's work, 564. VIII. 746.

XII. 411.

MOTASIM BILLAH, caliph, XVI. 584. MORUS, genus of trees, XVII. 13. MOSHEH, rabbi, Talmudist, XXIII. 39. MOTAWAKKIL, caliph, XVI. 585.

Alexander, Milton's answer to, rabbi of Leon, Kabbalistic writer, Moorish leader, in Spain, XXII. XVI. 333. XVI. 286.

317.

II. 177

races, I. 686.

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