Oldalképek
PDF
ePub

ionist,

XII. 319.

IX. 354.

ROE DEER, VII. 24; shooting of, xxi. ROLAND, Jean Marie, French Revolu- | ROMANCE LANGUAGES, XX. 661; XIV. 834. tionist, XX. 624; IX. 603.

340; Diez's works on, vii. 214; dicROEMER, Olaus, Danish astronomer, XX. Madame, French Revolutionist, tionaries, of, vii. 184. 620.

xx. 624; IX. 603.

ROMAN CEMENT, V. 328. ROERMOND, town, Holland, xx. 620.

Chanson de, IX. 637; X. 523.

ROMAN DE LA Rose, early French ROESKILDE, town, Denmark, XXIV.771. Legend of, xx. 626, 650; XXIII. romance, ix. 643; William of Lorris's RoFIA PALM, Madagascar, xv. 170. 669.

part in, XXIV. 585; translation of, by ROFREIT (Roveredo), town, Tyrol, ROLANDSLIED, German ballad, X. 523; Chaucer, V. 451. Austria, XXI. 28.

IX. 637

ROMAN DRAMA, VII. 409. ROGATION DAYS, xx. 620; 1. 654; ROLF (Rollo), Scandinavian rover, xx. ROMAN DU

RENART, early French litanies for, xiv. 695. 627; IX. 535; XVII. 539.

poem, ix. 641. ROGER I.-III., counts of Foix, ix. 354. ROLL, Papyrus, XVIII. 232.

ROMAN EMPEROR, title, VIII. 179; XX. I., grand-count of Sicily, xx. 620; ROLLAND, John, early Scottish poet, 769. XIII. 471; XXII. 25.

XXI. 542.

ROMAN EMPERORS, Chronological table II., count of Sicily, and first king, ROLLE OF HAMPOLE'S PSALTER, VIII. of, xx. 781. XX. 620; XXII. 26; conquest of Tunis 383.

ROMAN EMPIRE, Holy, VIII. 181; XX. by, XXIII. 621.

ROLLER, agricultural implement, 1. 319; 787. of Hovedon, English chronicler, steam, for roads, XX. 583.

ROMANESQUE ARCHITECTURE, II. 422. bird, xx. 627.

ROMAN HISTORY, XX. 731. See Rome. of Wendover, English chronicler, ROLLER-Mills, for flour, ix. 345. ROMANI, or Roumans (q.v.), race of XX. 620. ROLLER-SKATING, XXII. 105.

people, Europe, XXI. 16; xxiv. 268. BERNARD I.-III., counts of Foix, Rollin, Charles, French historian, XX. ROMANI LANGUAGE (Gipsy), X. 613; 627; IX. 668.

dictionaries of, vii. 189. ROGERS, James E. Thorold, on econo ROLLING CONTACT, in mechanics, xv. ROMANINA, La (Marianna Bulgarelli), mics, XIX. 399. 755.

patroness of Metastasio, XVI. 104. John, editor of Matthew's Bible, ROLLING Mills, Iron, XIII. 328. ROMANINO, Girolamo, Brescian painter, XX. 620; viii. 386.

ROLLO, Scandinavian rover, XX. 627; XXI. 436, 443. Samuel, English poet, XX. 620. IX. 535; XVII. 539.

ROMAN INSCRIPTIONS, XIII. 124. ROGUE, river and valley, Oregon, ROLLOCK, Robert, Scottish theological ROMAN LAW, XX. 669; relation of U.S.A., XVII. 822. writer, XX. 628; XXI. 542.

modern international law to, XIII. ROHAN, Benjamin de, Duc de Soubise, ROLLS, manuscripts, XVIII. 144.

191 ; Justinian's codification of, XIII. Huguenot, XXII. 277.

English records, XX. 310.

792; schools of, xiv. 164. Charles de, Prince de Soubise, Master of the, English judge, XX. ROMAN LITERATURE, XX. 715; rheFrench marshal, XXII. 277. 628.

toric, xx. 514; romance, XX. 633; in Emmanuel de, grand-master of ROLL TOBACCO, XXIII. 426.

time of Virgil, xxiv. 248. Knights of St John, XXI. 175. Röm, island, Schleswig-Holstein, XXI. ROMAN NUMERALS, II. 525; XVII. 625. Henri de, French general and 414.

ROMANO, Giulio (Giulio Pippi), Italian writer of memoirs, xx. 622.

ROMAGNOSI, Giovanni D. G. G., Italian painter, XIX. 112; XV. 504. Louis René Édouard, Cardinal de, economist, XIX. 387.

ROMANOFF, royal family, Russia, XXI. XX. 622.

ROMAIC LANGUAGE (Modern Greek), 95. ROHILKHAND, or Rohilcund, division, XI. 135; dictionaries of, vii. 184. ROMANOFF - BORISOGLYEBSK, town, India, XX. 623.

ROMAN, prince of Volhynia, XXI. 90. Russia, xxiv. 731. ROHILLAS, tribe, India, III. 372.

river, Honduras, XII. 130. ROMANOS, Ramon M., Spanish satirist, ROHITSCH, spa, Styria, Austria, XXII. The, Dobell's poem, VII. 307.

XXII. 361. 614.

ARCHITECTURE, II. 414.

Roman ROADS, XX. 582; Itinerarium, ROHLFs, Gerhard, his travels in Africa, BATHS, III. 434.

XIII. 517 1. 247.

CAMP, IV. 750.

ROMANS, town, France, xx. 727. RÖHR, Johann Friedrich, German theo CANDLE, in pyrotechny, XX. 136. Epistle to the, XX. 727. logian, XX. 290.

CATHOLIC CHURCH, XX. 628; ROMANSCH LANGUAGE (Rumonsch or ROHRI, town, India, XXI. 803.

form of baptism in, III. 351; bishops Ladin), xx. 668; XIII. 492; dictionROHTAK, district, India, XX. 623; town, in, ul. 788; celibacy in, V. 293; con aries of, vii, 186. XX. 624.

cordats, VI. 241; influence of crusades ROMANSHORN, town, Switzerland, Roig, Jaume, Catalan poet, XXII. 363. on, VI. 624; economic influence of,

XXIII. 331. ROISDORF, spa, Prussia, XVI. 436. XIX. 352; the Inquisition, XIII. 91; ROMANTICISM, in English literature, ROJAS, Ferdinand de, Spanish dramatist, liturgy of, xiv. 708; the popedom, XX. 857; in French, ix. 675; VII. XXII. 356.

xix. 489; Propaganda, XIX. 809; 427; in German, X. 541; VII. 443; ROJAS-ZORILLA, Francisco de, Spanish in relation to the Reformation, xx. Schelling on, xxi. 390; in Polish

dramatist, XX. 624; VII. 421; XXII. 319; Vatican Council, xxiv. 110; in literature, xix. 304; in music, III. 598. 359.

Europe, VIII. 712; in Italy, XIII. 458. ROMANUS I.-IV., emperors of the East, ROKEBY, Scott's poem, XXI. 549.

CATHOLIC EMANCIPATION ACT,

XX. 730. ROKELLE, river, Sierra Leone, Africa, England, xx. 631.

early hymn-writer, XII. 580. XVII. 496; XXII. 45.

ROMANCE, ROMANCES, XX. 632; Arab, the physician, Syriac writer, XXII. ROKITANSKY, Freiherr von, Viennese XXIII. 5; French, ix. 638; German, X. 846. pathologist, XX. 624; xv. 817.

527; mythical, xvii. 158; Persian, ROMAN WALLS, Britain, 11. 139; XI. 364. ROKYZANA, Johann, leader of Calixtine XVIII. 657; Portuguese, XIX. 557; ROMAN WRITING, XVIII. 155. sect, XVI. 811.

Provençal, xix. 873; Spanislı, XXII. ROMA QUADRATA, ancient Rome, XX. ROLAND, Camisard leader, iv. 744. 354, 357, 363; Syriac, XXII. 834. 812.

[ocr errors]

07 8

XIX. 391.

ROMBERG, Moritz Heinrich, German | ROMILLY, Sir Samuel, English jurist, | ROREE (Rohri), town, India, XXI. 803. physician, xv. 817.

XX. 838; on Mirabeau, XVI. 494. RORIDULA, genus of insectivorous ROMBLON, island, Philippines, xvIII. ROMNEY, George, English painter, xx. plants, XIII. 137 752.

839.

RORQUAL, cetacean mammal, xv. 395; ROME, Ancient, History of, xx. 731 MARSH, Kent, England, xiv. 37. XXIV. 524. (index, 838); empire in Asia, 11. 699;

MARSH SHEEP, I. 392.

RORSCHACH, town, Switzerland, XXI. under Augustus, III. 79; conquest of Romny, town, Russia, XX. 840; XIX. 410. 169. Britain by, iv. 352; VIII. 264; XXI. ROMUALD, founder of Camaldulians, iv. RORY O’MORE, Lover's novel, xv. 29. 474; in time of Cæsar, iv. 634; wars 721.

ROSA, genus of plants, XX. 850. with Carthage, v. 161; empire at time ROMULUS, legendary founder of Rome, Monte, Pennine Alps, 1. 625; XXIV. of Christ, XIII. 662; relations with XX. 840; wall of, in ancient Rome, 31. Jews in time of Christ, XX. 727; XX. 812.

Francisco Martinez de la, Spanish relations of, to Christianity, V. 691, collection of fables, XVIII. 727. poet, XXII. 361. 693; under Constantine, Vi. 299; con AUGUSTULUS, Roman emperor, Salvator, Italian painter and satirquest of Egypt by, VII. 748; extent of XX. 781; XVII. 726.

ist, XX. 846; as poet, XIII. 512. the empire, X. 176; conquest of Gaul RONALDSHAY, islands, Orkney, Scot- ROSAMOND, wife of Alboin, king of the by, ix. 527; of Germany, X. 474; siege land, xvII. 846.

Lombards, xiv. 814. and pillage of, by the Goths, I. 443; RONCAGLIA, Italy, Diet of (1154), XIII. Fair, mistress of Henry II. of conquest of Greece by, xi. 108; under 472.

England, xx. 848. Nero, xvii. 349; struggles with Par RONCESVALLES, Pyrenees, Battle of ROSANILINE, dye, 11. 48. thian empire, xvIII. 595; conquest (778), xx. 626; XXII. 310.

ROSARIO, town, Argentine Republic, XX. of Sicily by, XXII. 21; of Spain, RONDA, town, Spain, XX. 840.

848. XXII. 305; attack on Syracuse, XXII. Serrania de, mountain group,

El, town, Mexico, VIII. 155. 817.

Spain, XXII. 294.

ROSARY, in Roman Catholic Church, Ancient, Topography and archæo- RONDEAU, or Rondel, short poem, xx. XX. 848. logy of, 11. 343; VIII. 840; XX. 807 840; early French, ix. 644.

Rosas, Manuel de, president of Argen(index, 838); 'agriculture of, 1. 292; RONDELET, Guillaume, French ichthyo tine Republic, XX. 848; II. 491. amphitheatres, I. 774; architecture, logist, XII. 631.

ROSCELLINUS, scholastic philosopher, 11. 414; architecture of churches, II. RONDELETIUS, Jacobus, Swedish writer, XX. 848; XXI. 421. 434; army, 11. 562; basilicas, III. 415;

XXII. 754.

ROSCHER, Wilhelm, German economist, baths, 111. 434 ; coins, xvII. 637, 652; RONG, region, Tibet, XXIII. 339. colonies, Vi. 158; comitia, Vi. 194; RONGBACHA, district, Tibet, XXIII. 342. RÖSCHLAUB, Andreas, German physicommerce, Vi. 199; office of consul, RONGE, Johann, leader of the German cian, xv. 814 VI. 313; decrees of, on inscriptions, Catholics, X. 444.

ROSCIAD, The, by Churchill, v. 766. XIII. 132; drama, VII. 409; edu- RONNEBURG, town, Germany, XXI. 347. ROSCIANUM (Rossano), ancient town, cation in, VII. 671; festivals, ix. RONSARD, Pierre de, French poet, XX. Italy, xx. 855. 114; games, X. 65; glass-making, x. 841; ix. 650; his alexandrine verse, Roscius, Roman actor, vii. 412. 648; improvements in, under Trajan,

ROSCOE, William, English writer, xx. XXIII. 505; libraries, XIV. 511; orders RONSARDISTS, school of French writers, 849. of nobility, xvII. 526; religion, xx. IX. 651.

ROSCOELITE, mineral, XVI. 426. 371; influences on religion of, XIII. RONSDORF, town, Prussia, xx. 842. ROSCOMMON, county, Ireland, xx. 849; 780; slavery, xxII. 131; Stoicism in, Rood, in architecture, 11. 472.

representation, XXIII. 727; town, XX. XXII. 572; taxation and finance, ix. Roof, in building, IV. 484; VII. 347; 850. 173; tenure of land, xiv. 260; terra carved wooden, xxiv. 647.

Earl of, poet, XX. 850. cotta remains, XXIII. 194; theatres, ROOFING TILES, XXIII. 387.

ROSCREA, Tower of, Ireland, xxIII. 406. XXIII. 224.

ROOF OF THE WORLD, plateau, Turke- ROSE, plant, xx. 850; XII. 260; of - Modern, xx. 833 (index, 838); stan, XXIII. 633; sources of the Oxus Nishapur, Persia, xvIII. 624. XIII. 467; at close of the papal tem in, XVIII. 102.

or Erysipelas, skin disease, VIII. poral power, xix. 158 ; sack of, by Rook, bird, xx. 842; VI. 617; cranium 531; XXII. 122. Constable de Bourbon (1527), v. 822; of, III. 715.

Roman de la, early French romance, XIII. 482; carnival, V. 122; Catacombs, ROOKE, Sir George, English naval com IX. 643; V. 451; XXIV. 585. V. 207; mural paintings in Catacombs, mander, XX. 843.

Valentine, on the writings of ArisXVII. 43; dialect, XIII. 496; libraries, ROORKEE, town, India, XXI. 152. totle, II. 512. XIV. 528, 548; newspapers, XVII. 431; | ROOSEBEK, Belgium, Battle of (1382), ROSEAU, town, Dominica, West Indies, observatory at, xvii. 714; schools of IX. 548.

VII. 354. painting, xxi. 438, 443; picture gal. Roost, whirlpool, Shetland, Scotland, ROSELITE, mineral, xvi. 404. leries, XXI. 446; Michelangelo's art

XXIV. 542.

ROSELLE, town, Italy, Vill. 636; XI. work in, xvi. 231; Raphael's, xx. Root, Roots, of plants, IV.94; pressure 277; Christian pilgrimages to, xix. at, XIX. 46; curvature of, xix. 60. ROSELLINI, Ippolito, Italian Egyptolo94; sculpture, XXI. 568, 570; univer CROPs, Culture of, 1. 364.

gist, XX. 851; V. 387; works of, on sity, XXIII. 836.

Roots, of numbers, II. 532; XVII. 615. Egyptian monuments, xi. 809. town, New York, U.S.A., XX. 838. ROPE, XX. 843.

ROSE-MALLOES, incense, XII. 718. Foundation of, Era of, v. 712. ROPER, Mrs, daughter of Sir Thomas ROSEMARY, plant, xx. 851; XII. 289. ROMEITE, mineral, xvi. 428.

More, xvi. 819.

ROSENBLATT, Wilibrandis, wife of ROME LA GRANT, Latin romances, XX. ROPEWALK SPINNING, XX. 844.

Ecolampadius, XVII. 729. 637.

ROQUEFAVOUR, France, Aqueduct of, ROSENHANE, Gustaf, Swedish poet, ROMFORD, town, England, xx. 838. II. 222.

XXII. 754.

XXV. 48

1. 500.

212.

[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

122.

[ocr errors]

XXI. II.

XXI. 151.

ROSENHOF, Rösel von, on protoplasm, ROSSELLINO, Antonio, Florentine sculp- | ROTHINE, dye, v. 86.
XIX. 828.

tor, xx. 856.

ROTHMANN, Bernhard, German AnaROSENKREUZER (Rosicrucians), fabu Bernardo, Italian sculptor and baptist, 1. 786. lous secret society, xx. 852.

architect, XX. 857

ROTHSCHILD, family of Jewish bankers, ROSENSTEIN, Nils von, Swedish writer, ROSSETTI, Dante Gabriel, English poet XXI. 3. XXII. 757

and painter, xx. 857; XXI. 442. ROTHWELL, town, England, XXI. 3. ROSENSTIEHL'S GREEN, pigment, XIX. Rossi, Count Pellegrino L. O., Italian ROTIFERA, class of animals, xxi. 4; in 88.

economist, xix. 395; murder of, xill. Lankester's classification, XXIV. 813. ROSE OF JERICHO, plant, XX. 851. 489.

ROTOMAGUS (Rouen), Roman town, ROSEOLA, skin disease, xv. 658; XXII. ROSSIGNOL, lake, Nova Scotia, XVII. 601. France, XXI. 12.

ROSSINI, Gioachino Antonio, Italian ROTONDO, Mont, Corsica, VI. 439. Roses, Attar of, xvIII. 526.

musical composer, xx. 860; XVII. 99. ROTROU, Jean de, French tragic poet, Wars of the, in England, viII. 327, RossLYN (or Roslin) CASTLE AND XXI. 8; IX. 657. 329; XI. 661; XXI. 740.

CHAPEL, Scotland, 11. 429; VII. 658. ROTTERDAM, town, Holland, xxi. 9. ROSETTA, town, Egypt, XX. 851; VII. Earl of (Alexander Wedderburn), RÖTTISITE, mineral, XVI. 425. 768.

XXIV. 475.

ROTTLERIN, principle in kamala, XIII. - STONE, XX. 851; interpretation of, Röst, island, Norway, xiv. 769.

831. V. 387.

ROSTELLARIA, genus of Mollusca, XVI. ROTTNEST ISLAND, Western Australia, ROSE WATER, XX. 851. 651.

XXIV. 508. ROSEWOOD, XX. 851.

ROSTOCK, town, Germany, XX. 861; ROTULI LITTERARUM CLAUSARUM, Rosh (Rabbenu Asher), German rabbi, contract of (1755), xv. 776; univer Chancery rolls, XX. 311. XX. 852.

sity of, XXIII. 841.

Rou (Rollo), Scandinavian rover, ix. ROSHAN, state, Central Asia, xvIII. 104. ROSTOFF, on the Don, town, Russia, xx. 535; XVII. 539; XX. 627. ROSH HASSHANAH, of Maimonides, xv. 862.

ROUBAIX, town, France, XXI. 10. 296.

on Lake Nero, town, Russia, xx. ROUBILIAC, Louis François, French ROSHNABAD, estate, Tipperah, India, XI. 862.

sculptor, XXI. 10, 560. 820.

Lake, Russia, XXIV. 731.

ROUCHER, Jean Antoine, French poet, ROSICRUCIANS, fabulous secret society, ROSTOPCHIN, Count, governor of MosXX. 852.

cow, XVII. 217.

ROUDAIRE, Élie, on flooding the Sahara, ROSIÈRES-AUX-SALINES, town, France, ROSTRA, on Comitium, at Rome, xx. XVI. 205.

816.

ROUEN, town, France, XXI. II, 626; Rosin, resin, xx. 852; for violins, xxiv. Rös VAND, lake, Norway, xvII. 576. libraries of, xiv. 526, 546; pottery 242. ROSWEYD, Heribert, Bollandist father,

ware, XIX. 630. ROSLAVL, town, Russia, XXII. 183.

IV. 18.

ROUGE, colouring matter, XXI. 13. RÖSLER, H., German economist, xix. ROSWITHA (Hrosvitha), mediæval writer, ROUGÉ, Olivier C. C. E., Vicomte de, 392. XII. 326; VII. 412.

Egyptologist, XI. 794. ROSLIN (or Rosslyn) CASTLE AND ROTALIA, genus of Foraminifera, 1X.374. ROUGET DE LISLE, Claude Joseph,

CHAPEL, Scotland, II. 429; VII. 658. ROTALIDEA, order of Protozoa, Xix. French song-writer, XXI. 13. ROSMARINUS, genus of plants, xx. 851. 847

Rough Cast, in architecture, II. 472. ROSMINIANS, or Institute of Charity, ROTARY ENGINES, XXII. 516.

ROULE, Cornelis, Dutch Arctic explorer, religious order, XX. 853. ROTATION, of crops, 1. 340.

XIX. 318. ROSMINI-SERBATI, Antonio, Italian OF THE EARTH, Evidence of, vii. ROULERS, town, Belgium, XXI. 14. philosopher, xx. 853.

601; X. 197; how affected by tidal Roum, Arabic name for the Romans, Rosny, Baron de (Sully), French states friction, XXIII. 377, 378; its geological

XXI. 14. man, XXII. 633.

effects, X. 216.

ROUMANIA, country, Europe, xxi. 14; ROSPIGLIOSI, Giulio (Pope Clement ROTATIONS, in mechanics, xv. 690; kingdom, in 12th century, XI. 118; IX.), v. 822.

energy in,
III. 207.

forests of, ix. 402; Greek Church of,
Ross, county, Scotland, xx. 853. ROTATORIA, group of animal parasites, XI. 157; Jews in, XIII. 686; language
Earls of, xx. 854.
XVIII. 259; XXI. 4.

of, viii. 621; xxiv. 270; newspapers J., settler, Keeling Islands, XIV. 27. | ROTELANDE, Hue de, early romancist, of, xvII. 432; periodical literature of, Sir James Clark, Arctic and An XX. 644.

XVIII. 543; Roman Catholics in, xx. tarctic explorer, XX. 855; X. 192, 195; ROTHAMSTED, England, Manure ex 631. XIX. 320, 330.

periments at, XV. 507.

ROUMANIAN (or ROUMAN) LANGUAGE Sir John, Arctic voyager, XX. 855; | ROTHARI, king of the Lombards, xiv. (Walachian), XXIV. 269; XX. 668; 815

VIII. 621; XIV. 341; dictionaries of, Mount, Kerguelen's Land, xiv. Rothe, Richard, German theologian, VII. 186. 48.

XXI. I; on theological ethics, xxIII. ROUMANIANS, or Roumans, xxiv, 268; ROSSA, O'Donovan, Fenian leader, XIII. 270.

in Greece, XI. 83; in Russia, XXI. 80; 271. RÖTHELN, disease, xv. 658.

of Transylvania, XXIII. 522. ROSSANO, town, Italy, XX. 855. ROTHER, river, England, xxII. 723. ROUMELIA, province, Bulgaria, XXI. 21; ROSSBACH, Prussia, Battle of (1757), 111. ROTHERHAM, town, England, XXI. 2. Eastern, united to Bulgaria, XXIII. 128; IX. 588. ROTHER MARKET, at Stratford-on

652. ROSSE, Third Earl of, astronomer, xx. Avon, England, XXI. 741.

ROUND, in music, XVII. 82. 855; his observatory at Birr Castle, ROTHESAY, town, Scotland, XXI. 2; IV. ROUNDABOUT PAPERS, Thackeray's, Ireland, XVII. 711. 580.

XXIII. 216. ROSSELLI, Cosimo, Italian painter, xx. Duke of, son of Robert III. of ROUNDEL, in heraldry, XI. 697. 856.

Scotland, xxi. 491.

ROUND TABLE, Legend of the, VIII.

XIX. 319.

[ocr errors]

XXI. 22.

407; XV. 523; romances of, 11. 650; | ROWLEY, G. D., on birds, XVIII. 13. RUANG, Phra, Siamese ruler, XXI. 854. xx. 642; French writings on, v. 687; Thomas, Poems by, Chatterton's, RUAPEHU, mountain, New Zealand, IX. 638. V. 446.

XVII. 466. ROUND TABLE, Arthur's, mound at William, English dramatist, XXI. RUAS (Rugulas), Hunnic king, XII. Caerleon, England, iv. 632. 33.

381. ROUND TOWERS, XXI. 22; Irish, archi REGIS, town, England, xxi. 33. RUBAIS, form of Persian poetry, XVII. tecture of, 11. 429; in Fermanagh, Rows, of Chester, v. 604.

771. Ireland, ix. 91; in Kildare, Ireland, ROXANA, wife of Alexander the Great, RUBBER, of whist, xxiv. 546. XIV. 73; Petrie's essay on, XVIII. 712. 1. 484; XV. 142; XVIII. 584.

India-, XII. 835. ROUND-WORM, Disease due to, xvIII. Alabaster's Latin tragedy, 1. 440. RUBBLE Work, in architecture, Il. 472; 270.

Defoe's novel, VII. 29.

walls of, iv. 470. Rous, or Rouse, Francis, translator of Roxas-ZORILLA, Francisco de, Spanish RUBELLAN, mineral, XVI. 413. the Psalms, XXI. 22; XII. 590.

dramatist, xx. 624; VII. 421; XXII. RUBELLITE, mineral, xvi. 409. ROUSAY, island, Orkney, Scotland, XVII. 359.

RUBENS, John, Flemish lawyer, XXI. 41. 846.

ROXBURGH, county, Scotland, xxi. 33. Peter Paul, Flemish painter, XXI. ROUSSEAU, Jacques, French painter, CASTLE, Scotland, xxi. 34.

41, 439; his relations

Van Dyck, ROXBURGHE CLUB, literary society, xxiv. 60; with Velazquez, XXIV. 132; Jean Baptiste, French poet, XXI. Scotland, vii. 172.

his tomb in Antwerp, II. 146. 23; IX. 664.

ROXBURY, suburb of Boston, Massa- RUBEOLA, disease, xv. 657. Jean Jacques, French man of chusetts, U.S.A., XXI. 34; IV. 74. RÜBEZAHL, German goblin, xx. 552. letters, xxi. 23; IX. 667; XXII. 798; Roxo, Cape, West Africa, xxi. 661. RUBIA, genus of plants, xv. 176. his influence on education, vii. 675; | Roy, Rammohun, founder of Brahma RUBICELLA, mineral, xvi. 386. his testimony to Jesus Christ, XIII. Somaj, India, XXI. 34.

RUBICON, river, Italy, XIII. 437. 670; his musical theories, XVII. 92; William, English geodesist, XXI. RUBIDIUM, chemical element, v. 524; as satirist, xxi. 320; influence of his 35.

XIX. 592. writings, IX. 592.

ROYABAMBA, town, Ecuador, South RUBROUCK, commune, French Flanders, Théodore, French painter, XXI. 27. America, XX. 562.

XXI. 46. ROUSSELAERE (Roulers), town, Belgium, ROYAL ACADEMY, London, xiv. 836. RUBRUQUIS (William of Rubruk), FranXXI. 14.

ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, ciscan traveller, 13th century, XXI. 46; ROUSSELIN (Roscellinus), scholastic London, xiv. 652.

X. 178; on Cathay, v. 628; on Prester philosopher, XX. 848.

ROYAL EXCHANGE, London, xiv. 832, John, xix. 716. ROUSSILLON, province, France, XXI. 846.

RÜBSEN SEED, XX. 273. 28.

ROYAL FAMILY, British, Precedence of, | Ruby, precious stone, XXI. 47. ROUVRAY, Louis de, Duc de Saint Simon, XIX. 662.

RUCANAS, Peruvian nation, xvIII. 676. XXI. 198; ix. 668.

ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY, Eng. RUCELINUS (Roscellinus), mediæval ROVERE, Della, ruling family of duchy land, X. 191, 193.

scholastic, xx. 848. of Urbino, XXIV. 9.

ROYAL HOUSEHOLD, English, XXI. 35; RUCELLAI, Giovanni, Italian writer, Francesco della (Pope Sixtus IV.), precedence of, xix. 662.

XIII. 510. XXII. 103.

ROYAL MINt, London, XVI. 486. RÜCKERT, Friedrich, German poet, XXI. Francesco Maria della, prince of ROYAL PREROGATIVE, XIX. 672.

49; X. 543. Urbino, xv. 787.

ROYAL SOCIETY, of London, XXI. 38; Rucu PICHINCHA, mountain, Ecuador, - Giuliano della (Pope Julius II.), XIV. 835.

VII. 645. XIII. 771.

ROYAL SUPREMACY, over Church of RUDAGI, Persian poet, XXI. 49; XVIII. ROVEREDO, town, Tyrol, Austria, XXI.28. England, viii. 374.

656. Rovigno, town, Austria, xxi. 28. ROYAL TITLES, XXIII. 417.

RUDBECK, Olaf or Olof, Swedish natuRovigo, town, Italy, XXI. 29.

ROYAL UNIVERSITY, of Ireland, xxIII. ralist and scientist, xiv. 672; XXII. A. J. M. R. Savary, Duc de, 855.

755; XXIII. 860; as anatomist, I. 811. governor of Algeria, 1. 567; XXI. 325. ROYAL VETO, XXIV. 207.

RUDD, fish, XXI. 49; XX. 582. ROVIN, John, his longevity, xiv. 858. ROYAL WARRANT, XXIV. 371.

RUDDER, of a ship, xxi. 602. Roving FRAMES, cotton machinery, vi. ROYAN, town, France, XXI. 40.

RUDDIMAN, Thomas, Scottish scholar, 495. ROYAPET KISTNAMPET, part of Madras

XXI. 50. Rovno, town, Russia, XXIV. 282.

city, India, xv. 188.

RUDE, François, French sculptor, xxi. ROVUMA, river, Africa, I. 255. Royat, spa, France, XVI. 435, 436; XX.

50, 564. Row, Sir Thomas, English political

RUDENBECK, Germany, Dolmen at, XXI. agent, XX. 619.

Roy BAREILLY, district and town, India, 52. ROWAN-TREE, or Mountain Ash, 11. 680.

RUDE STONE MONUMENTS, XXI. 50;

XX. 222. ROW-BOATS, XXI. 825.

ROYER-COLLARD, Pierre Paul, French II. 338, 383; VI. 597; in Polynesia, Rowe, Nicholas, English dramatist, XXI. statesman and philosopher, XXI. 40; XIX. 428; in Porto Rico, XIX. 532; at 29; VII. 435. his influence on Cousin, vi. 51.

Stonehenge, XXII. 576. ROWERS, Greek, XXI. 807.

ROYLE, John Forbes, English botanist, RUDNIK, mountains, Servia, XXI. 686. ROWING, XXI. 29.

XXI. 40.

RUDOLFSHEIM,

suburb of Vienna, ROWLAND, his experiments in mag- ROZET, Abbé, French agriculturist, Austria, ix. 827. netism, XV. 255.

XXIV. 198.

RUDOLPH I., German king, XXI. 53; ROWLANDS, Daniel, Welsh Methodist Rozier, François Pilâtre de, French XXII. 782; as count of Hapsburg, X. preacher, XVI. 193. aeronaut, I. 188, 191.

493; his relations to the popedom, XX. ROWLANDSON, Thomas, English cari- RSHEFF, town, Russia, XXI. 119; XXIII. 798. caturist, XXI. 32; V. 104. 672.

II., emperor, XXI. 53.

120.

IIO.

[ocr errors]

636.

210.

RUDOLPHINE TABLES, Kepler's, xiv. RUKH (Roc), fabulous bird, xx. 611. RUPELLA (La Rochelle), ancient town, 47.

SHAH, ruler of Persia, xvIII. 632, France, xx. 613. RUDOLSTADT, town, Germany, XXI. 53, 643

RUPERT, St, apostle of Bavaria, XXI. 461.

RULE BRITANNIA, Music of, 11. 623. 61. - Schwarzburg- principality, Ger RULE OF THE ROAD, XI. 811; at sea, king of Germany, X. 495. many, XXI. 461. XVII. 277.

prince of Bavaria, English general RUDSTON, Yorkshire, England, Mono RULE OF THREE, in arithmetic, II. and admiral, xxi. 61. lith at, XXI. 51. 535.

OF DEBATE (Earl Derby), VII. RUE, herb, XII. 289.

RULES OF PROCEDURE, in law, xiv. RUEDA, Lope de, Spanish dramatist, 358.

RUPERT'S DROPS, philosophical toy, II. VII. 420; XXII. 356.

RULHIÈRE, Claude Carloman de, French 63. RUFF, bird, xxi. 54.

poet and historian, XXI. 58; 1X. 668. RUPERT'S LAND, region, British North RUFF-AND-HONOURS, old card game, RULING, Paper, XXII. 461.

America, XII. 333; XVII. 573. XXIV. 543.

RULLIANUS, Q. Fabius, Roman general, RUPHIA, river, Greece, I. 615; XVII. RUFFE, fish, xix. 481.

XX. 742.

765. RUFIJI, river, Africa, I. 255.

RUM, spirituous liquor, xxi. 58; distil. RUPPINER SEE, lake, Prussia, XVII. RUFINUS, the Goth, xx. 780.

lation of, vil. 264.

364. Tyrannius, early Christian writer, island, Scotland, 11. 500.

RUPTURE, disease, XI. 752. XXI. 55; XXII. 238; his relation to St (Roum), Arabic name for the in beams, Modulus of, IV. 292. Jerome, XIII. 630; his translations Romans, XXI. 14.

RURIK, early Russian chief, xxi. 87. and editions of Origen, xvii. 840.

(Asia Minor), Seljuks of, XXI. 14, RURKI, town, India, XXI. 152. RUFISQUE, town, Senegal, Africa, XXI.

Rusa, deer of Java, XIII. 602. 660.

RUMANIA, or Roumania (q.v.), XXI. 14. RUSERA, town, India, xxIII. 407. RUFUS, of Ephesus, anatomist, 1. 802; RUMANTZOFF, Russian general, xxi. 99. Rush, plant, XXI. 62. XXII. 675. RUMEX, genus of plants, VII. 309.

Benjamin, American physician RUGBY, town, England, xxi. 55.

RUMFORD, Count (Sir Benjamin and politician, xxi. 62. - SCHOOL, England, under Arnold, Thompson), scientist and diplomatist, RUSHBROOK, town, Ireland, XX. 175. 11. 627; observatory, XVII. 711.

XXIII. 309; his experiments on heat, Rush Nut, XVII. 664. RUGE, Arnold, German philosophical VIII. 208; on chemical properties of Rusht, or Rasht, town, Persia, XVIII. and political writer, xxi. 56; XXII. light, xvIII. 821.

628. RUMI, Jelal-uddin, Persian poet, XXI. RUSHWORTH, John, English compiler RÜGEN, island in Baltic Sea, Germany, 59, 637; XVIII. 658.

of historical collections, XXI. 63. XXI. 56; XIX. 442.

RUMINANTS, or Ruminantia, division of GOSPELS, VIII. 382. RUGGIERI, archbishop of Pisa, xix. Mammalia, xv. 421, 431; in South | RUSICADA, town, Numidia, XVII. 628.

America, I. 682.

RUSKIN, John, on beauty, l. 222; on Rugii, Teutonic tribes, xvII. 726. RUM KALA, town, Syria, 11. 147.

Turner, xxIII. 664; his Stones of RUGISI, strait, in Victoria Nyanza Lake, RÜMKER, Carl Ludwig Christian, Ger Venice, XXIV. 151. Africa, XVII. 504. man astronomer, XXI. 59.

Russ COMMONWEALTH, Giles Fletcher's RUGOSA, order of corals, Vi. 380. RUMMEL, river, Algeria, I. 563.

work, ix. 304. RUGULAS, Hunnic king, XII. 381. RUMNEY, river, Wales, XVI. 753. Russell, Earl, English statesman, XXI. RUHLA, town, Germany, XXI. 347. RUMONSCH LANGUAGE, XX. 668; XIII. 63; VIII. 366; his relations with Lord RÜHLMANN, Richard, his barometric 492.

Palmerston, XVIII. 195. formula, III. 386. Rum SHRUB, beverage, XXI. 59.

- William, Lord, English patriot, RUHMESHALLE, at Munich, Bavaria, RUNCIMAN, Alexander, Scottish painter, xxi. 65. XVII. 26. XXI. 60.

John Scott, Scottish engineer, XXI. RUHNKEN, David, classical scholar, John, Scottish painter, xxi. 60 66.

XXI. 57; his relations with Wytten- RUNCORN, town, England, xxi. 60. RUSSELLÆ (Roselle), Etruscan town, bach, XXIV. 714.

RUNEBERG, Johan Ludwig, Swedish Italy, VIII. 636. RUHR, river, Germany, xx. 519.

poet, XXI. 60; XXII. 758.

RUSSIA, country, Europe, xxi. 67 (index, RUHRORT, town, Rhenish Prussia, XXI. RUNEs, archaic alphabetic characters, I. 110); original principality of, xxi. 89; 58. 607, 612; XXI. 366, 370.

in Asia, II. 701; XVIII. 101; XXII. 1; RUIBINSK (Rybinsk), town, Russia, XXI. RUNGPORE (Rangpur), district and influence of, on the balance of power 116. town, India, XX. 272.

in Europe, I. 269; in time of RUINI, Carlo, Italian veterinarian, RUNIC INSCRIPTIONS, 1. 607, 612; XXI. Catherine II., V. 233; conquest of the XXIV. 198; his alleged discovery of 366, 370.

Caucasus by, v. 258; Crimean War, circulation of the blood, XI. 504; RUNIGUNJ (Raniganj), coalfield, Bengal,

IX. 623; sympathy of, with modern XXIV. 96. India, Ill. 371, 568; XII. 737.

Greeks, xi. 122; conquest of the RUIN MARBLE, mineral, xvi. 397. RUNIUS, Johan, Swedish poet, XXII. Khazars by, xiv. 60; invasion of, by RUISDAAL (Ruysdael), Jacob, Dutch 755.

Mongols, xvi. 741, 747; invasion of, painter, XXI. 114, 439.

RUNJIT (or RANJIT SINGH, Sikh ruler, by Napoleon (1811), ix. 616; XVII. RUISSELÈDE, town, Belgium, XXI. India, xx. III.

216; war with Persia, xvIII. 647; share 115. RUNN, of Cutch, morass, India, VI. 730.

of, in partition of Poland, xix. 298; Ruivo, Pico, mountain, Madeira Islands, RUNNING, XXI. 60.

influence of, in Turkestan, XXIII. 637, XV, 177

RUNO, island in Baltic Sea, Russia, 639; wars with Turkey (1736, 1828, Ruiz, Juan, Spanish poet, XXII. 353. XIV. 723; XVII. 732.

1877), XXIII. 647,650, 652; academies, I. DE ALARCON, Juan, Spanish RUNRIG, land system, Shetland, Scot

72, 77; army, 11. 608; arsenals, 11. 634; dramatist, XXII. 359; VII. 421. land, xvII. 848.

artillery, II. 660, 667; coalfields, VI.

120.

« ElőzőTovább »