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MOTAZILITES, Moslem sect, XVI. 576, | MOULDS, for castings, 1X. 480.

MOWATTA, book of Moslem traditions, 592. MOULE, Henry, his Manure for the

XVI. 594. MOTAZZ BILLAH, caliph, xvi. 586. Million, I. 349.

MOWING MACHINE, agricultural impleMOTENEBBI, or Motanabbi, Arabic poet, MOULIN, Peter du, French Presbyterian ment, I. 323. XVII. I; XVI. 595.

divine, xvi. 333.

Mow RUNIPORE (Mau Ranipur), town, Moter, in music, XVII. 82. MOULINS, in glaciers, X. 627.

India, xv. 636. MOTEUCZOMA (Montezuma), king of , town, France, XVII. 4.

MOXUENE, ancient district, Asia, xiv. ancient Mexico, VI. 441; XVI. 209. MOULMEIN (Maulmain), town, British 159. MOTHE, Marquis de la, French diplo Burmah, xv. 635.

Moy, river, Ireland, xv. 650; XXII. matist, IX. 72.

MOULSEY, East, town, England, xxII. 159. MOTHER CAREY'S CHICKENS, birds, 694.

MOY'S AERIAL STEAMER, IX. 323. XVIII. 712. MOULT, of birds, III. 775.

MOYUNE, green tea, China, v. 635. MOTHER HUBBARD'S TALE, Spenser's MOULTRIE, John, poet pastor of Rugby, MOZABITES, people of Algeria, 1. 564. poem, XXII. 395.

XXI. 56.

MOZAMBIQUE, province and island, MOTHER-OF-PEARL, shell, XVII. I; MOUNDS, Animal, of Wisconsin, XXIV. East Africa, XVII. 7; 1. 270; languages fishery, XVIII. 447. 618.

of, xxiv. 828; opium cultivation of, MOTHERWELL, town, Scotland, XVII. AND MOUND-BUILDERS, of North

XVII. 792.
America, III. 399.

MOZARAB, name applied to Christian William, Scottish poet, XVII. 2. MOUNTAIN, The, French Revolutionist communities in Arab Spain, XVII. 8. Moths, insects, IV. 592; XIII. 151; silk

party, ix. 602.

MOZARABIC BREVIARY, Hymns of the, worm moths, XXII. 57.

ARTILLERY, 11. 662.

XII. 582. Mo Ti, Chinese philosopher, XVI. 4.

LEATHER, mineral, xvi. 418. MOZART, Leopold, German violinist, MOTI LILLAH, caliph, XVI. 587.

PAPER, mineral, XVI. 418.

XVII. 8. Moti MASJID, mosque, Agra, India, I. RANGES,

Élie de Beaumont's Wolfgang Amadeus, German com286. theory of, viii. 134.

poser, xvii. 8; as symphonist, XVII. Motion, in applied mechanics, XV. 752; MOUNTAINS, XVII. 4; X. 370; arrange 96; Clementi's contest with, v. 824. in relation to energy, VIII. 207; laws ment of, in ranges, I. 623.

MOZDOK, town, Russian Caucasia, XVII. of, xv. 701, 715, 746; science of MOUNTED INFANTRY, Tactical

manage II; XXIII. 186. matter in, xv. 676; Trendelenburg's ment of, xxiv. 358.

MOZLEY, James Bowling, English theophilosophical theory of, xxIII. 543: MOUNTJOY, Lord, lord lieutenant of logian, XVII. 12. Zeno's theory, xxiv. 778.

Ireland, XIII. 265.

MOZUFFERNUGGER, district and town. Animal, ix. 308.

MOUNTMELLICK, town, Ireland, XX. India, XVII. 114. Perpetual, xvIII. 553. 171.

MOZUFFERPORE, district and town, MOTLEY, John Lothrop, American MOUNTRATH, town, Ireland, xx. 171. India, xvII. 114. historian, XVII. 2; 1. 724.

MOUNT VERNON, town, Ohio, U.S.A., Mozyr, town, Russia, XVI. 479. MOTMOT, bird, XVII. 3.

XVII. 4.

MRS CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURES, Motor MACHINE, Electric, XXIII. 496, MOUNT VERNON, Virginia, U.S.A., Jerrold's work, XIII. 633. 508.

Washington's residence, XXIV. 388. MRS VEAL, Defoe's book, vil. 28, 468. MOTORS, people, Russia, XXI. 251. MOURILLON, arsenal, Toulon, France, Mstino, lake, Russia, XXIII. 672. MOTRIL, town, Spain, XVII. 4.

XXIII. 484.

MTESA, king of Uganda, Africa, xxIII. Mott, Valentine, American surgeon, MOURNE MOUNTAINS, Ireland, VII.

718. XVII. 4.

382.

MTSENSK, town, Russia, XVII. 12, 826. MOTTAKI LILLAH, caliph, XVI. 587. MOURROUS, mountain, France, xx. MTZHET, town, Transcaucasia, Russia, MOTTE, La, mountain, Utah, U.S.A., 126.

XXIII. 514. XXIV. 19.

MOURZUK, or Murzuk, town, Fezzan, MUANDA, town, Loango, Africa, xiv. MOTTE-FOUQUÉ, Baron de la, German Africa, ix. 130; XXIII. 575.

743. writer, IX. 486.

MOUSE, rodent mammal, xvII. 5; xv. | MUAWWIYAH, Moawiya, Arab MOTTEUX, Peter, English journalist, 419; red field, xxiv. 277.

governor of Syria, 11. 258; XVI. 563, XVIII. 537

Jumping, of Labrador, XIII. 564. MOTTEVILLE, Madame de, French 626.

MUÇA B. NOSAIR, Moslem general, xvi. courtier and authoress, XVII. 4; IX. MOUSE-BIRD, XVII. 6.

572. 660.

MOUSTIERS, Basses-Alpes, France, Much ADO ABOUT NOTHING, ShakeMotto, in heraldry, XI. 710.

Pottery ware of, xix. 630.

speare's play, XXI. 764. MOTTRAMITE, mineral, xvi. 406. MOUTAN PÆONY, plant, XVIII. 132. MUCH WENLOCK, town, England, Motya, ancient stronghold, Sicily, xv. MOUTH, Anatomy of the, l. 837; VII.

XXIV. 501. 71.

221; of fishes, XII. 636, 654; of mam MUCILAGE, viscid substance, XVII. 12; MOTYCA (Modica), ancient town, Sicily, mals, xv. 361.

XI. 276. XVI. 542.

MOUTIERS, town, Savoie, France, xxi. MUCKROSS ABBEY, Kerry, Ireland, xiv. MOUCHY, Maréchal de (Philippe de 332.

Noailles), French general, XVII. 523. MOUTON (Jean of Lorraine), musician, MUCORINI, ' suborder of Fungi, IX. MOUFFLON, kind of sheep, XXI. 784; xvII. 85.

830. XXIII. 635.

MOVABLE PROPERTY, in Roman law, MUCOUS GLANDS, of the mouth, vii. MOUKDEN, town, Manchuria, v. 641 ; XX. 673; in Scots law, xvIII. 665; XV. 466.

personal estate, xvIII. 664.

MUCOUS MEMBRANE, 1. 847; XVII. 668; MOULDING, in architecture, 11. 467; in MOVERS, Franz Karl, German Orient catarrhal diseases of, xvIII. 378.

joinery, IV. 487; Greek, II. 408 alist, XVII. 7; on the Pentateuch, MucouS SARCOMA, disease, XVIII. 369. Roman, 11. 418.

XVIII. 506.

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MUDDIMAN, Henry, English news-book | MULGE, Assyrian divinity, III. 193. MULUCHA, or Muluya, river, Northwriter, XVII. 414.

MULGRAVE ARCHIPELAGO, or Eastern West Africa, xv. 636; XVI. 830, 832. MUD-FISH, XII. 688.

Carolines, Pacific Ocean, V. 126. MUMBA MULYAKA, Arab apostle, LaccaMUD MITE, arachnid, xvi. 528. MULGRAVE CASTLE, Yorkshire, Eng dives, Xiv. 183. MUDROS, town, Lemnos, Turkey, Xiv. land, XXIV. 749.

MUMMIUS, Roman general, xxII. 306. 436.

MÜLHAUSEN, town, German Alsace, MUMMY, XVII. 20; embalming of, VIII. MUDSTONE, mineral, X. 237.

XVII. 15.

158; Egyptian, VII. 722 ; IX. 826; MUD VOLCANOES, X. 250.

MÜLHEIM-AM-RHEIN, town, Prussia, Phænician, XVIII. 810. MUFFAT, Georg, German musician, XVII. 16.

FIGURES, on pottery, XIX. 603. XVII. 90.

MÜLHEIM-AN-DER-RUHR, town, Prus WHEAT, XXIV. 533. MUFFLE FURNACE, IX. 842.

sia, XVII. 16.

MUMPS, disease, XVII. 22. MUFFLON, kind of sheep, XXI. 784; MULITA, edentate mammal, xv. 388. Mun, Thomas, English economist, xix. XXIII. 635. MULL, island, Scotland, XVII. 16.

357. MUFTI, Grand, high-priest of Islam, MÜLLER, Adam, German economist, MUNBY, English idyl-writer, XVIII. XXII. 661. XIX. 388.

348. MUGA, silkworm, XXII. 60.

Ferdinand Baron von, on the plants MUNCH, Andreas, Norwegian poet, XVII. MUGETO (Mogahid), Saracen leader, XIX. of Australia, III. 110, III.

591. 119.

Friedrich Max, on the science of Peter Andreas, Norwegian hisMUGGLETON, Lodowick, English sectary, religion, XX. 359, 365; his theory of torian, xvii. 592. XVII. 12. mythology, XVII. 137.

MUNCHAUSEN, Baron, German storyMUGHAL (Mogul), dynasty in India, XII. Fritz, on zoological classification, teller, XVII. 23. 794; III. 569.

XXIV. 811.

MÜNCHAUSEN, Baron, curator MUGHALS (Moguls), class of Moham George, Plymouthist, XIX. 239. Göttingen university, XXIII. 847, 850. medans, in India, XII. 746.

Heinrich, German Pietist, XIX. 83. MÜNCHEN (Munich, q.v.), capital of MUGHLA, town, Asia Minor, V. 103.

Johann (Regiomontanus), German Bavaria, XVII. 24. MUGIL, genus of fishes, XVII. 18.

astronomer, XX. 341; II. 751.

MUNCIE, town, Indiana, U.S.A., XVII. MUG NUADAT, Irish king, XIII. 246.

Johann von, Swiss historian, XVII. 23. MUGOJAR HILLS, Russia, XXIII. 627; 16; XXII. 798.

MUNDAY, Anthony, English dramatist, XXIV. 4.

, Johannes, German physiologist and

XVII. 23. MUHAMMAD, shah of Khwarizm, XIII. naturalist, XVII. 17; XXI. 460; XXIV. MUNDBRIECH, Cinque Port privilege, 621.

808; on birds, XVIII. 28; on fishes, V. 787 shah of Persia, XVIII. 649.

XII. 634; on reptiles, XX. 437, 440. MUNDIC (Marcasite), mineral, xv. 532; I., Turkish sultan, XXIII. 641. - Johannes, pharmacist and chemist, XX. 128. II., Turkish sultan, XXIII. 642, XVII. 17.

MUNDLAH (Mandla), town, India, xv. 656.

Johann Heinrich Jakob, his ex 476. III., Turkish sultan, XXIII. 644. periments in magnetism, xv. 253. MUNDORF, watering-place, Luxemburg,

IV., Turkish sultan, XXIII. 645. 5 John, English mathematician, XVII. XV. 87. MÜHLECK, Barbara von, wife of Kepler, 17.

MUNDU, town, Java, XIII. 606. XIV. 45.

Karl Otfried, German writer on MUNGIR, district and town, India, XVI. MUHLENBERG, William A., American ancient Greece, XVII. 17.

739. hymn-writer, XII. 596.

0. F., German naturalist, XXIV. MUNGO, St (Kentigern), Celtic missionMÜHLHAUSEN, town, Prussia, XVII. 12; 806.

ary, XIV. 40. XXI. 360.

P. L. S., on birds, XVIII. 7.

cloth made from rags, XXIV. 661. MUILREA, mountain, Ireland, xv. 650. -, William James, English painter, MUNGOFA, or Gopher, tortoise, X. MUIR, John, Scottish Orientalist, XVII. XVII. 17.

780. 13.

MÜLLER'S GLASS, mineral, xvi. 390. MUNGOOS, carnivorous mammal, XII. MUIRCERTACH, Irish king, XIII. 254. MULLET, fish, XVII. 18; grey, XII. 691. 629; XV. 436. MUKAMA, town, India, XVIII. 409.

in heraldry, XI. 703.

MUNI BTSAN-PO, Tibetan king, xxIII. MUKHTARI, Persian writer, XVIII. 657. MULLINGAR, town, Ireland, xvII. 18; 345. MUKSU, river, Western Asia, XVIII.

XXIV. 513.

MUNICH, capital of Bavaria, xvII. 24; 103.

MULLION, in architecture, 11:468. academy of sciences, 1. 71; revival of Mula, town, Spain, XVII. 13; mineral MULL OF GALĪDWAY, Scotland, xxiv. art in, Vi. 422; art treasures of, xiv. spring of, xvii. 51. 562.

16; libraries, xiv. 526, 547; observaMULAHACEN, Cerro de, mountain, Spain, MULLUS, genus of fishes, XVII. 18. tory, XVII. 713; Pinakothek picture XXII. 294.

MULMUL, woven fabric, XVII. 109. gallery, XXI. 445; Rubens's picture in MULAIR KOTELAH (Maler Kotla), state, MULREA, mountain, Ireland, xIII. 214. gallery, XXI. 44; technical school, India, xv. 332.

MULREADY, William, Irish painter, XXIII. 109; university, XXIII. 848; MULATTO, issue of white and Negro

XVII. 19.

congress of Old Catholics at (1871), parents, XVII. 319. MULTAN, district, India, XVII. 19; town,

XVII. 755. MULBERRY, tree, XVII. 13; XII. 272;

MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS, VI. 435. leaves as food for silkworms, XXII. 58. Multiple, in arithmetic, II. 528. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, English law MULE, offspring of horse and ass, XVII. MULTIPLEPOINDING, in Scots law, XVII. of, viii. 2. 13; XII. 175.

MUNICIPALITY, XVII. 27; rise of muni, spinning machine, for cotton, vi. MULTIPLE TELEGRAPHY, XXIII. 124. cipalities, iv. 62. 496; for wool, xxiv. 659.

MULTIPLICATION, in algebra, I. 520; in MUNICIPIA, Roman, xx. 740, 745. MULE-POWER, in mechanics, XV. 772. arithmetic, 11. 527; tables, xxIII. 8; MUNIMENTS, National, of England, MULEY SAW, XXI. 344.

Herwart's table, XVII. 183.

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MUNIPORE (Manipur), state, India, | MURDOCK, or Murdoch, William, Scot- | MURREE, sanatorium, Punjab, India, XV. 489.

tish inventor, xvII. 53; introducer of XVII. 63. MUNKU-SARDYK, mountain, Siberia, gas-lighting, x. 88.

MURRUMBIDGEE, river, Australia, XVII. XXII. 3.

MURE, William, historian of Greek litera 62, 408. MUNNARGUDI, town, India, XXIII. 47. ture, XVII. 53.

MURSHIDABAD, district and town, India, MUNOTH, Castle of, Schaffhausen, MURET, or Muretus, Marc Antoine, XVII. 63. Switzerland, XXI. 387.

French humanist, XVII. 54; his Latin- MURSHID KULI KHAN, nawab of BenMUNSTER, province, Ireland, XIII. 215. ity, XIV. 342.

gal, XII. 800. early Irish kingdom, XIII. 245.

France, Battle of (1213), XVIII. MURTEN, or Morat, Switzerland, Battle Book of, Irish legends, V. 309. 450.

of (1476), V. 425; IX. 764; XXII. 787. MÜNSTER, town, Prussia, XVII. 31; MUREXIDE, ammonium salt, XXIV. 12. MURTIZABAD (Hala), town, India, XI.

congress of (1643), III. 268; Anabap MURFREESBORO, U.S.A., Battle of 379. tist outbreak at, 1. 786.

(1863), XXIII. 778.

MURUSI, voivodes of Moldavia, XXI. 20. Sebastian, German Hebraist, geo MURGER, Henry, French writer, XVII. MURVIEDRO, town, Spain, XXI. 149. grapher, and mathematician, XVII. 31. 54.

MURZUK, town, Fezzan, Africa, IX. 130; MUNTAK, town, Banca, East Indies, III. MURGHAB, river, Central Asia, I. 242; XXIII. 575; sand dunes of, xxi. 150. 308.

XVI. 43; XXIII. 511, 512.

Mus, genus of rodent mammals, XVII. 5; MUNTANER, Ramon, Catalan writer, or Murgab, town, Persia, xvIII. XV. 419; XX. 287. XXII. 363. 558, 567.

Roman family, XVII. 64. MUNTASIR, Samanid prince and poet, MURIACITE, mineral, xvi. 400.

MUSA, genus of plants, xv. 488; XIX. XXI. 242.

MURIATIC ACID GAS, as a poison, xix. 176. MUNTJAK, or Mintjac, deer, XVII. 31; 279.

(Hadi), caliph, XVI. 581. VII. 25; XIII. 602; XV. 432.

MURIDÆ, family of rodent mammals, Moorish emir of Saragossa, XXII. MUNTZ METAL, Strength of, xx11. 603. XV. 418.

312. MÜNZER, Thomas, German Anabaptist, MURIE, Dr, on ornithology, XVIII. 39. Ali ibn, Moslem martyr, Persia,

XVII. 32; 1. 786; III. 353; xv. 76; MURILLO, Bartolomé Esteban, Spanish XVI. 46.
XVII. 12, 134.
painter, XVII. 55; XXI. 440.

Mohammed b., Arab algebraist,
MUNZINGER, Werner, Swiss traveller MURILLO's MULATTO (Sebastian
in Africa, XVII. 33.
Gomez), Spanish painter, XVII. 56.

B. NOSAIR, Moslem invader of MUR, river, Styria, Austria, XXII. 614. MURINÆ, subfamily of rodent mam Spain, XVI. 572, 573; XXII. 309. MURAD, or Amurath, I., Turkish sultan, mals, XVII. 5.

MUSÆUS, Greek poet, XVII. 64. 1. 781; XXIII. 641.

MURINO, village, Russia, XXI. 194. MUSäus, Johann Karl August, German II., Turkish sultan, I. 781; XXIII. MURIs, Jean de, musician, XIX. 65. writer, xvII. 64. 641.

MURMIS, Nepalese race, XVII. 341. MUSCA, genus of insects, XII. 317. III., Turkish sultan, 1. 782; XXIII. MURNER, Thomas, German satirist, X. MUSCÆ VOLITANTES, disease of the eye, 644. 527.

XVII. 783. IV., Turkish sultan, 1. 782; XXIII. MUROM, town, Russia, xvII. 57; prin MUSCARDINE, disease of silkworm, 645. cipality, XXI. 89.

XXII. 59. V., Turkish sultan, XXIII. 652. MURPHY, Anna (Mrs Jameson), English MUSCAT, town, Arabia, xvII. 64. MURADABAD, district and town, India, writer, XIII. 562.

MUSCATINE, town, Iowa, U.S.A., XVII. XVII. 33.

Arthur, Irish dramatist, XVII. 57. 65. MURÆNA, fish, xvII. 33.

Dennis Jasper (C. R. Maturin), Musci, group of plants, xiv. 719; MURAL DECORATION, XVII. 34; XXIII. Irish novelist and dramatist, xv. 635. XVII. 70.

158; on clay, XIX. 605; Etruscan paint J. J., on evolution, VIII. 766. MUSCICAPIDÆ, order of birds, ix. 351; ings, viII. 644; stereochromy, XXII. Robert, Irish mathematician, XVII. XIV. 81. 54; tiles, XXIII. 389.

57.

MUSCINEÆ, class of plants, xvII. 65; MURANO, island, Venice, XVII. 48; glass- MURRAIN, diseases of domestic animals, xxiv. 128; reproduction of, xx. 423. making at, X. 652.

XVII. 57; I. 304.

MUSCLES, of human body, I. 833 ; MURAT, Joachim, French marshal and MURRAY, Earl of, regent of Scotland, xix. 8; affected by magnetism, xv. king of Naples, XVII. 48, 191.

XVII. 62; XIII. 557; XV. 595; XXI. 281; repair of, xvIII. 367; of apes, MURATORI, Ludovico Antonio, Italian 503.

II. 163; of birds, III. 724; of reptiles, scholar, XVII. 49; XIII. 512; canon of, Lord George, Scottish Jacobite,

XX. 455.
XXI. 526.

MUSCOVADO SUGAR, XXII. 626. MURAVIEFF, town, Saghalin, XXI. 147. John, Scottish chemist, XVII. 62. MUSCOVITE, mineral, xvi. 413. MURCHISON, Sir Roderick Impey, John, American universalist, XXIII. MUSCOVY, name for Russia, XXI. 89. British geologist, XVII. 50.

831.

MUSCULAR ATROPHY, disease, XVIII. river, Western Australia, xxiv. Lindley, American grammarian, I. 392. 507.

722.

MUSCULAR SENSATIONS, XXIII. 483. FALL, Nile, Africa, XVII. 505.

Sir Robert, founder of Royal MUSCULAR SYSTEM, Physiology of the, MURCHISONITE, mineral, XVI. 419. Society, XVII. 63.

XIX. 8. See also Muscles. MURCHISON MOUNTAINS, South Africa, William, first earl of Mansfield, MUSCULAR TISSUES, Anatomy of, i. XXIII. 517 XV. 498.

856; of animals, XII. 8. MURCIA, province, Spain, XVII. 51; Mount, Canada, xx. 165.

MUSELER'S LAMP, VI. 73. XXII. 298; town, xvII. 52.

COD, fish, xvII. 62.

Muses, The, in Greek mythology, XVII. MURDER, in law, XVII. 52; cases of, RIVER, Australia, xvII. 62, 408; 74. before the Areopagus, II. 482; ordeal III. 107; XXII. 284; XXIV. 215. MUSHED, or Mashhad (q.v.), town, for discovery of, XVII. 819. MURRE, bird, XI. 262; XX. 302.

Persia, XVIII. 626.

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VI. 267.
XIII. 506.

XXII. 153.
MUSHITZKI, Lucian, Servian poet, MUSSCHENBROEK, Pieter van, Dutch MUZIANO, Girolamo, Italian painter,
XXI. 691.
scientist, xvii. 109; on magnetism,

XVII. 114. MUSHROOM, edible fungus, XVII. 74; IX. XV. 236.

MUZTAGH, mountain pass, Tibet, xiv. 832; XII. 284; ketchup from, XIV. 54. | MUSSEL, mollusc, xvII. 110; XVI. 686; 153. Music, XVII. 77 ; as a fine art, IX. parasite of, xxIII. 540; in New Guinea, MwITA, town, East Africa, XVI. 697. 203; scientific basis of, xvII. 102; XVII. 389; fisheries, IX. 265.

MYA, genus of Mollusca, XVII. 110. academies of, 1. 78; conservatories of, MUSSELBURGH, town, Scotland, xvII. MYALL, Lake, New South Wales, XVII. VI. 291; copyright in, VI. 360; ecclesi

408. astical, xix. 168 ; in relation to MUSSET, Alfred de, French poet and MYCELIUM, organ of Fungi, ix. 828. poetry, xix. 260, 262; printing-type dramatist, XVII. 111; IX. 676, 677; his MYCENÆ, ancient town, Greece, XVII. of, xxi. 696; speed-measuring instru relations with George Sand, vii. 509. 115; architectural remains at, II. 402; ment, xvi. 198; staff notation, XI. Paul de, French biographer, XVII. ornaments found at, XIII. 676; treasury 257; ancient, Boetius on, III. 857 ;

of Atreus at, 11. 346. French, Rousseau's influence on, XXI. MUSSITE, mineral, XVI. 416.

MYCETES, genus of apes, 11. 153. 25; Greek, Boeckh on, II. 851; MUSSOLOS, tribe, Congo, Africa, VI. MYCETOZOA, class of Protozoa, XIX. Hebrew, xx. 34; contributions to the 267.

840. science by Gerbert, xxII. 76; by MUSSOOREE, station, India, VII. 33. MYCODERMA ACETI, mould-plant, in Purcell, XX. 113; by Palestrina, MUSSURONGOS, tribe, Congo, Africa, Vi. fermentation, ix. 98. XVIII. 179; by Tartini, xxIII. 71; by 267.

MYCOLOGY, the science of Fungi, ix. 827. Zarlino, xxiv. 771; Burney's History MUSTAFA I., Turkish sultan, xxIII. MYCONIUS (Oswald Geisshäusler), Swiss of, iv. 565; Hindu works on, XXI. 293; 644.

Reformer, XX. 331. Rameau's theories of, XX. 265.

II., Turkish sultan, xxIII. 646. MYCONOS, island, Greece, vii. 51. MUSICAL Box, XVII. 106.

III., Turkish sultan, XXIII. 647. MYCTERIA, genus of birds, XIII. 529. MUSICAL GLASSES, XI. 481.

IV., Turkish sultan, XXIII. 648. MYDAUS, genus of carnivorous mammals, MUSICAL HARMONY, Principles of, 1. Kara, Turkish vizier, XIX. 296;

XV. 440. 107.

XIV. 466; XXIII. 645.

MYDDLETON, Sir Hugh, London goldMUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, their origin, B. ABDALLAH (Hadji Khalfa), smith and engineer, XVII. 115. XVII. 77.

Arabic writer, XI. 377.

MYDRIATICS, narcotics affecting the MUSICAL STRINGS, Laws of, 1. , MUSTARD, plant and seed, XVII. 112; 1. eyes, XVII. 232.

377, 384; XII. 284; adulteration of, MYELITIS, disease, XVII. 115. Music HALLS, Laws relating to, XXIII. 1. 172; oil from the seed, xvII. 744. MYGDONIA, town, Thrace, XVIII. 635. 228.

MUSTAREB, Arab tribes, Arabia, 11. 246, MyHEE CAUNTA (Mahi Kantha), states, Musk, perfume, XVII. 106; XVIII. 526. 256.

India, xv. 286. MUSK-DEER, XVII. 107; VII. 25; XV. MUSTELA, genus of carnivorous mam MYLÆ (Milazzo), ancient fortress, Sicily, 432. mals, xv. 439, 576; IX. 109; XXIV.

XVI. 293 MUSKEGET, island, Massachusetts,

462.

MYLAPUR, part of Madras city, India, U.S.A., XVII. 174.

MUSTELUS, genus of sharks, XXI. 774. XV. 188. MUSKEGON, town, Michigan, U.S.A., MUSTERS, George Chaworth, explorer MYLASA, Asia Minor, Tomb at, 11. 412. XVII. 108.

in Patagonia, XVIII. 354.

MYLIOBATIS, genus of fishes, xx. 300. MUSKELUNGE, fish, xix. 89.

Mut, Egyptian divinity, VII. 718. MYLITTA, Bilit, or Biltis, Babylonian MUSKET, gun, II. 558; XI. 284. MUTHRA, town, India, XVII. 113.

goddess, 111. 176; relation of, to AphroMUSKINGUM, river, Ohio, U.S.A., XVII. MUTILATION, as punishment, XXIII. dite, 11. 172; Lucian's work on, xv. 734. 465.

44. MUSKOGEES, American-Indian tribe, Mutilus, C. Papius, Samnite leader, Mylius, friend of Lessing, XIV. 479. XII. 831.

XXI. 249.

MYLN, Walter, Scottish martyr, XXI. MUSKOKA, district, Ontario, Canada, MUTINA (Modena), ancient town, Italy, 501. XVII. 776.

XVI. 542.

MYLODON, extinct edentate mammal, MUSK-Ox, ungulate mammal, XVII. MUTINY, in military law, XVII. 113. XV. 385. 108.

The Indian (1857), XII. 809; V. 278. MYMENSING (Maimansinh), district, MUSK-RAT, rodent mammal, xvII. 108; Acts, English, XVI. 296; VI. 517; India, XV. 294. XV. 418, 419; skins of, ix. 838.

first passing of, 11. 570.

MYNA, bird, xi. 26. MUSK Root, drug, xxII. 641.

MUTRAH, town, Arabia, xvII. 64. MYNAS, M., discoverer of MS. of Babrius, MUSLIH-UDDIN (Sadi), Persian poet, | MUTTRA, district and town, India, XVII.

III. 181. XXI. 142.

113.

My NOVEL, by Lytton, XV. 123. MUSLIN, cotton fabric, xvII. 109; VI. MUTULE, in architecture, II. 468. MYNPOOREE, district, India, xv. 303;

488, 500; origin of the name, xvI. MUYA, mountains, Siberia, XXII. 3; town, XV. 304. 868.

XXIII. 509.

MYODES, genus of rodent mammals, xiv. MUSONIUS RUFUS, Roman Stoic, XXII. MUYDIR, plateau, Sahara, Africa, xxi. 435; XV. 419. 573.

149.

MYOGALINÆ, subfamily of insectivorous MUSOPHAGA, genus of birds, XXIII. MUZAFFARGARH, district, India, xvii. mammals, XV. 403. 487

113.

MYOMORPHA, group of rodent mammals, MUSQUASH, rodent mammal, xv. 418, MUZAFFARNAGAR, district and town, XV. 418. 419; XVII. 108.

India, xvII. 114.

MYOPIA, defect of the eye, viii. 820; MUSQUODOBOIT, river, Nova Scotia, MUZAFFARPUR, district and town, India, XVI. 259; XVII. 785; spectacles for, XVII. 601. XVII. 114.

XXII. 372.

222.

V. 314.

Myosotis, genus of plants, ix. 414; 658; Schwenkfeldian, XXI. 463 ; | NACHTIGAL, Gustav, his journey to
XII. 252.
Tauler's, XXIII. 82.

Lake Chad, 1. 248; on the Negro MYOTOMY,

in surgery, XXII. 690, MYSTICS, XVII. 128; XII. 706; German, dialecis, XVII. 318. 691.

X. 526.

NACRITE, mineral, xvi. 424. MYOXUS, genus of rodent mammals, Myth, in literature, VIII. 837.

NADAR'S BALLOON, I. 192. VII. 368; XV. 418; hibernation of, Xi. MYTHO, town, Cochin China, XXI. 152. NADIM, Arabic writer, XVII. 160. 788.

MYTHOLOGY, XVII. 135; XX. 367; in NADIR, shah of Persia, xviii. 641; conMYRA, town, Asia Minor, xv. 93; rock relation to cosmogony, VIII. 754; illus quest of Baluchistan by, III. 300. tomb at, 11. 412; theatre at, xxIII. trated by numismatics, xvII. 628; in MIRZA, Persian prince, xvIII. 647.

relation to totemism, xxIII. 467; NADIYA, district, India, xvII. 161. MYRDHINN, Welsh bard, 11. 650.

Assyrian, III. 192; Egyptian, VII. 730; NADORITE, mineral, XVI. 428. MYREMILL, Ayrshire, Scotland, System Etruscan, VIII. 637; Gaelic, X. 9; NÆNIA, genus of birds, XXIII. 189. of irrigation at, 1. 343.

Phænician, xvIII. 802.

NÆVIUS, Gnæus, early Latin poet, XVII. MYRIAPODA, group of animals, XVII. MYTHOPEIC AGE, of the human race, 161; XX. 716; xix. 215; language of, 115; V. 340. XVII. 138.

XIV. 332. MYRICARIA, genus of trees, XXIII. 40. MYTHS, XVII. 136; in popular tales, NÆVUS, tumour, XVII. 163. MYRINA, town, Lemnos, Ægean Sea, XXIII. 28; importance of, in ethno- NÄFELS, Switzerland, Battle of (1388), XIV. 437 logy, VIII. 623.

XXII. 784. form of name Smyrna, XXII. MYTILENE, or Lesbos, island, Ægean NAGA Hills, district, Assam, India, 185. Sea, Turkey, XIV. 474.

XVII. 163. MYRIOBIBLION, Photius's, XVIII. 819.

town, Lesbos, xiv. 474; aqueduct NAGAPATAM, Negapatam, town, MYRISTICA, genus of trees, XVII. 666. near, II. 221.

India, XXIII. 47. MYRISTICENE, MYRISTIN, principles in MYTILUS, genus of Mollusca, XVI. 688; NAGAR, state, India, X. 597. nutmeg, XVII. 666.

XVII. IIO.

NAGAS, hill tribe, Assam, India, 11. MYRMECOBIUS, genus of marsupial | MYTON-WYKE, village (Hull), Eng 721. mammals, xv. 381; XXII. 285.

land, XII. 342.

NAGASAKI, town, Japan, XVII. 163; XIII. MYRMECOPHAGIDÆ, family of edentate MYVYRIAN ARCHAIOLOGY OF WALES, 578. mammals, xv. 385; II. 98.

NAGASENA, teacher of Lamaism, xiv. MYRMEKOLEON, of the Physiologus, MYXINE, genus of fishes, XI. 370.

227. XIX. 6.

MyxEDEMA, disease, xvIII. 384. NAGINA, town, India, XVII. 164. MYRMELEO, genus of insects, II. 98. MYXOMA, disease, XVIII. 369.

NAGOYA, town, Japan, XVII. 164; XII. MYROBALAN, for tanning, xiv. 382. MYXOMYCETES, order of Fungi, ix. 835; 580. MYRON, Greek sculptor, xvII. 120; 11. XXIV. 128.

NAGPUR, or Nagpore, district and town, 354.

MYXOSPONGIÆ, class of sponges, XXII. India, XVII. 164; war with raja of, MYROSIN, albuminoid in mustard, xvII. 421.

XII. 804. MyXOSPORIDIA, subclass of Protozoa, NAGUL BASSARABA, voivode of WaMYRRH, gum-resin, XVII. 121 ;

XIX. 855.

lachia, XXI. 16. incense, XII. 718.

Myxus, genus of fishes, XVII. 18. NAGYAGITE, mineral, XVI. 393. MYRTLE, shrub, XVII. 122.

NAGY-KANIZSA, town, Hungary, XIII. MYRTLE-BERRY WAX, XXIV. 459.

842. MY SCHOOLS AND SCHOOLMASTERS,

Hugh Miller's book, XVI. 319.
Myshkin, town, Russia, XXIV. 731. NA, Assyrian god, 111. 193.

NAGY-VARAD (Grosswardein), town, Mysia, ancient province, Asia Minor, NAAMAH, of Scripture, Xiv. 238.

Hungary, XI. 212.
XVII. 122; XVI. 542.
NAAS, town, Ireland, xiv. 73.

NAHAN, town, India, XXII. 98.
MYSOMEH, lake island, Africa, XVII. NAASSENI, Gnostic sect, X. 703.

NAHARINA, district, Mesopotamia, XVI. 504. NABATAAN LANGUAGE, XXI. 648, 651.

47; XXII. 822. MYSORE, state, India, xvii. 123; Wel- NABATÆANS, ancient Arabian people, NAHARRO, Bartolomé de Torres, Spanish lington's operations in, XXIV. 494; XVII. 160; XVIII. 198, 705.

dramatist, xvII. 165; VII. 420; XXII. wars in, XII. 803, 804; town, xvII. NABHA, state, India, XVII. 160.

356. 124.

NABHAJI, Hindi writer, XI. 846. NAHE, river, Rhenish Prussia, xx. 20, MYSTACINÆ, group of bats, xv. 413. NABI, Ottoman poet, XXIII. 657.

519. MYSTACOCETI, suborder of cetacean EFFENDI, alchemist, 1. 464. NAHHAS, Arabic grammarian, XVI. 536. mammals, xv. 393, 394; XXIV. 523. NABIGHA, Arabic poet, XVI. 537.

NAPIÉ, Turkish parish or commune, MYSTERIES, in ancient Greek religion, NABIS, tyrant of Sparta, XVIII. 790; XXIII. 654. XVII. 124; Phrygian, xvIII. 853.

XXII. 371.

NAHMANI, Rab Abbah bar, Jewish OF PARIS, by Eugène Sue, XXII. NABOB, origin of the name, XII. 796. writer, xx. 192. 619.

NABONASSAR, Era of, v. 710, 715. NAHUAS, ancient people, Mexico, XVI. MYSTERIOUS MOTHER, by Walpole, NABRISSA (Lebrija), ancient town, Spain, 208. XXIV. 334.

XIV. 396.

NAHUEL-HUAPI, lake, Patagonia, xviii. MYSTERY PLAYS, VII. 413; in England NABULUS (Samaria), town, Palestine, 353. in time of Shakespeare, XXI. 750; XXI. 244, 783.

NAHUIZALCO, town, San Salvador, xxi. French, ix. 644.

NACELLA, genus of Mollusca, XVI. 645. 268. MYSTICISM, XVII. 128; XXIII. 278; NACHET'S BINOCULAR MICROSCOPE, NAHUM, Old Testament prophet, XVII. ancient, I. 461; theism of, xxIII. 245; XVI. 273.

165. Eckhart's, VII. 642 ; Nicholas of NACHMANIDES (Ramban), Jewish com- NAIADS, or Nymphs, in Greek mythoBasel's, XVII. 486; Persian, xvIII. mentator, xx. 264.

logy, XVII. 688.

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I12.

as

N, the fourteenth letter of the alpha- NAGY-Körös, town, Hungary, XVII.

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