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XXI. 243.

XVII. 254.

SCYTALOPUS, genus of birds, XXIII. SEALKOTE (Sialkot), town, India, XXI. SEBASTIANO DEL PIOMBO, Venetian 49. 850.

painter, XXI. 615. SCYTHE, reaping implement, XXI. 574. SEALS, Engraved, XXI. 586; gems, X. SEBASTIYA (Samaria), village, Palestine, SCYTHIA, ancient region, Europe and 136; in heraldry, XI. 683, 707.

Asia, xxi. 575; expedition of Darius SEAL-SKINS, IX. 839; XIV. 388; XXI. SEBASTOPOL, town, Crimea, Russia, XXI. I. against, XVIII. 570. 583

616; VI. 586; siege of (1854-55), VIII. SCYTHIAN LANGUAGE, XVIII. 779.

SEAMANSHIP, XXI. 589; XVII. 246; 366; IX. 457; XXI. 102; XXIII. 431. SCYTHIANS, ancient people, Europe and signals in, XXII. 49.

SEBASTOS (George Palæologue), ByzanAsia, xxi. 575; in India, XII. 788; in SEAMAN'S PRACTICES, by Richard Nor tine noble, XVIII. 165. vasion of Palestine by, XIII. 415; their

wood, XVII. 256.

SEBEK, Egyptian divinity, VII. 718. inroads into Persian empire, XVIII.

SEAMAN'S SECRETS, by John Davis, SEBENICO, town, Dalmatia, Austria, 563, 570, 594, 599, 603; in Russia,

XXI. 616.
XXI. 78.
SEAMEN, Laws relating to, XXI. 605.

SEBEZH, town, Russia, XXIV. 262.
SEA, XXI. 578; X. 221, 283; colour of, SEAMEN'S TERMS, Glossary of, XXI. 603. SEBKHA, lake, Algeria, 1. 563.
XIV. 600; depths of, 111. 17; XII. 821; SEAN, or Seine, fishing net, IX. 253.

TIGHRI, lake, Morocco, XVI. 832. XVIII. 121; distribution of animals SEANCE, Spiritualistic, XXII. 405.

SEBOKHT, Severus, Syriac writer, XXII. in, VII. 276; phosphorescence of, SEANG-TANG, town, China, V. 637.

839. XVIII. 814; appliances for sounding, SEA-OTTER, carnivorous mammal, SEBORRHEA, skin disease, XXII. 120. XXII. 280; temperature, VI. 4; XVI. XVIII. 69.

SEBU, river, Morocco, XVI. 832. 116, 132 ; XVIII. 119; XXIII. 291; SEA-PARROT, bird, xx. 101.

SECALE, genus of plants, XXI. 117. tides, xxIII. 353; water, xxi. 611; SEA-PENs, group of Actinozoa, I. 129; SECANT, in trigonometry, XXIII. 563. VII. 263; X. 221; waves, XXIV. 419. phosphorescence of, xvIII. 814.

SECCHI, Angelo, Italian astronomer, See also Atlantic, Pacific, etc. SEA-Pie, bird, xvIII. III.

XXI. 616. SEA-ANEMONES, group of Actinozoa, SEAPORTS, Law of, XI. 471.

SECENTISMO, SECENTISTI, The, in 1. 129; VI. 369. SEARCH, Right of, Maritime, XXI. 608.

Italian literature, XIII. 511. SEA-BEAR, carnivorous mammal, xv. WARRANT, XXIV. 371.

SECESSION, in United States (1860), 443. SEARS, Edmund H., American hymn

XXIII. 772. SEA-BREAM, fish, xii. 688. writer, XII. 596.

CHURCH, Scotland, viii. 528; XV. SEA BRIGHT, town, New Jersey, U.S.A., SEA SALT, XXI. 228.

132; XIX. 685; XXIII. 727. XVII. 397

SEASALTER, town, England, xxiv. 555. SECKENDORF, German noble family, SEA-Cat, fish, XXI. 614. SEA-SERPENT, XXI. 608.

XXI. 616. SEA-Cow, cetacean mammal, xv. 390. SEA-SICKNESS, XXI. 610.

Veit Ludwig von, German jurist, SEA-CUCUMBER, echinoderm, III. 477; SEASIDE AND THE FIRESIDE, The,

XXI. 616. VII. 639; XX. 411.

poems by Longfellow, xiv. 861.

SECOND, unit of time, xv. 668. SEA-DEVIL, fish, vii. 138; IX. 269; XII. SEA-SLATER, crustacean, vi. 658.

ADVENTISTS, American religious 686; XX. 300.

SEA-SLUGS, group of Echinodermata, sect, XVI. 320. SEADYAH, Jewish rabbi and scholar, VII. 639.

SECONDARY ROCKS, in geology, X. 352.
SEA-SNAKES, XXII. 197.

SECOND-SIGHT, II. 204.
SEA-EAGLE, bird, vii. 589.
SEASONS, of the year, II. 773.

conjuring trick, xv. 208. SEA-ELEPHANT, carnivorous mammal, The, Haydn's oratorio, XI. 539. SECRETARIES OF STATE, British, XVI. XV. 444.

The, Thomson's
poem, XXIII. 311.

473; VIII. 638; of United States, XXIII. SEA FISHERIES, IX. 243. SEA-SWALLOW, bird, XXIII. 189.

750. SEAFORD, town, Sussex, England, xxII. SEA TERMS, Glossary of, xxi. 603. SECRETARIUS, genus of birds, xxi. 617. 724.

SEATHWAITE FELLS, mountain, Eng- SECRETARY-BIRD, XXI. 617; 1. 259. SEA-HARE, mollusc, XVI. 656.

land, XIV. 252.

SECRETIONS, Alimentary, xvII. 671. SEA-HEDGEHOG, fish, X. 685; XII. SEA-TROUT, fish, XXI. 222.

Diseases of the, xvIII. 377. 694 SEATS, furniture, ix. 848.

SECRETIVENESS, in phrenology, SEA-HORSE, fish, XXI. 579.

SEATTLE, town, Washington Territory, 845. SEA-ISLANDS, Georgia, U.S.A., X. 434. U.S.A., XXI. 610.

SECRET MARRIAGE, opera by Cimarosa, SEA-KALE, vegetable, XII. 287. SEA-UNICORN, cetacean mammal, xv.

V. 779. SEAL, carnivorous mammal, xxi. 580; 398; XVII. 235.

SECULAR GAMES, Roman, XXI. 618. XV. 443; oil, xvII. 744, 747; exter- SEA-URCHINS, group of Echinodermata, SECUNDERABAD, Indian cantonnient, mination of seals, xix. 126; consump VII. 629; XX. 411.

XXI. 618. tion of the flesh by Eskimos, VIII. 545; | SEA-WATER, XXI. 611; X. 221; distilla- SECUNDUS, Valentinian theologian, fishery, XXI. 581; Newfoundland tion of, vii. 263; highest temperature XXIV. 38. fishery, XVII. 384; skins of, ix. 839; of, xviii. 119.

Johannes, Dutch poet, XXI. 618. XIV. 388; XXI. 583.

SEA-WEED, as manure, I. 350; drying SEDAINE, Michel Jean, French dramaEngraved, XXI. 586; gems, X. 136; of, 1. 508.

tist, XXI. 618. in heraldry, XI. 683, 707. SEA-WOLF, fish, xxi. 614.

SEDALIA, town, Missouri, U.S.A., XXI. SEA LAWS, XXI. 583. SEB, Egyptian divinity, VII. 716.

619. SEA-LEOPARD, carnivorous mammal, SEBALD, St, Shrine of, at Nuremberg, SEDAN, town, France, XXI. 619; battle

Bavaria, xvII. 663.

of (1870), ix. 627; X. 513; XVII. SEA-LETTER, passport, XVIII. 344. SEBASTEIA, or Sebaste (Sivas), ancient

229. SEA-LEVEL, XXII. 708.

town, Asia Minor, XXII. 103.

SEDARIM, divisions of the Mishnah, SEALING WAX, XXI. 586; XXIV. 459. SEBASTIAN, St, Roman martyr, XXI.

XVI. 505. SEA-LION, carnivorous mammal, xv. 614.

SEDDON, Thomas, English painter, XXI. 443.

Dom, king of Portugal, xix. 546. 619.

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SEDENTARIA, suborder of Protozoa, SEGOVIA, river, Honduras, XII. 130. SELBY, town, England, XXI. 630. XIX. 863.

SÉGUIN, Armand, on mechanical equi Prideaux John, his illustrations of SEDER OLAM, Midrashim, XVI. 286. valent of heat, VIII. 208.

birds, XVIII. 13, 18. SEDEYR, province, Arabia, II. 239. SEGUR, pass, India, XVII. 509.

SELDEN, John, English jurist, XXI. 630;
SEDGE-BIRD, XXIV. 366.
SEGURA, river, Spain, XVII. 52.

Table Talk of, 1. 785.
SEDGEMOOR, Somerset, England, xxII. Manuel, Peruvian poet, XVIII. 676. SELECTION, Natural, xxiv. 77.
257
SEGUSIO, town, Italy, XXII. 722.

Subjective, in psychology, XX. 73. SEDGWICK, Adam, English geologist, SEHARUNPOOR (Saharanpur), district, SELENGA, plateau, Siberia, XXII. 2; XXI. 619.

India, XXI. 151; town, XXI. 152. river, XXII. 5; XXIII. 510. SEDILIA, in architecture, II. 472. SEICHES, periodic changes in lake-levels, SELENGHINSK, town, Siberia, XXIII. SEDITION, in law, xxi. 619; in United XIV. 220.

511. States law, xxIII. 756.

SEIDEL, Philipp Ludwig, his work in SELENIC ACID, V. 506. SEDLEY, Sir Charles, English poet and celestial photometry, xvIII. 841. SELENITE, mineral, xvI. 396, 401; its wit, xxi. 620; XVIII. 347.

SEIDLITZ POWDERS, I. 184; XXIII. 69. colours, XXIV. 450. Se-Dom, river, Cambodia, Asia, xv. SEIFHENNERSDORF, town, Saxony, xi. SELENIUM, chemical element, XXI. 631; 832. 655.

V. 498; XVI. 380; alcohols and ethers SEDOMIERZ (Sandomir), town, Russian SEIGNIORAGE, charge on coining, XVI.

of, v. 553. Poland, XXI. 259. 725.

SELENODERA, genus of birds, xxIII. SEDUCTION, in law, xxi. 620. SEIGNORIAL DOMAINS, 1. 414.

477. SEDULIUS, Cælius, early Christian poet, SEIGNORY, lordship of manor, xxi. 623. SELENODONTA, division of ungulate

XXI. 621 ; XII. 582; language and SEILUN (Shiloh), town, Palestine, XXI. Mammalia, XV. 430. style of, xiv. 339.

803.

SELENOGNATHUS, genus of fishes, XXI. SEDUM, genus of plants, XXI. 621. SEINE, department, France, XXI. 624. 580. SEE, Bishop's, III. 787.

river, France, xxi. 623; IX. 506; SELENSULPHUR, mineral, xvi. 380. SEEBECK, Ludwig F. W. A., his syren, XVIII. 275, 285; improvement works, SELENTER SEE, lake, Schleswig-Hol

XX. 579.

stein, Germany, XXI. 414. Thomas Johann, on photography, fishing net, IX. 253.

SELEUCIA, town, Mesopotamia, XXI. XVIII. 822.

SEINE-ET-MARNE, department, France, 632; XVI. 51; XVIII. 587, 601, 604. SEEBSAUGOR, town, India, XXII. 13. XXI. 624.

town, Cilicia, Asia Minor, XXI. SEED, SEEDS, of plants, IV. 153; forma- SEINE-ET-OISE, department, France,

632. tion of, XX. 430; plants raised from, XXI. 625.

SELEUCIDÆ, Era of the, v. 715. 1. 86; transportation of, x. 266; agri- SEINE INFÉRIEURE, department, France, SELEUCID DYNASTY, of Macedonian cultural, 1. 383; adulterations of, i. XXI. 625.

empire, XVIII. 585; XIII. 420; coins 175.

SEINY, town, Russian Poland, XXII. of, xvii. 649. CORN, I. 354. 728.

SELEUCUS I., Macedonian king of Persia SEER, of Scripture, XIX. 814. SEIR, of Scripture, VIII. 533.

and Syria, xvIII. 585; XV. 42. SEEROEE (Sirohi), state and town, SEISIN, in English law, XXI. 626.

II.-III., of Persia and Syria, xvIII. India, XXII. 98.

SEISMOLOGY, science of earthquakes, VII. SEELAND, or Zealand, province, Hol 608.

- IV. Philopator, of Persia and land, XXIV. 771.

SEISMOMETER, SEISMOGRAPH, for mea Syria, xvIII. 589; XIII. 420. SÉES, town, France, XXI. 621.

suring earth-movements, xxi. 626; SELF-COMPLACENCY, Psychological anaSEETZEN, Ulrich Jasper, German Orien VII. 611.

lysis of, xx. 70. tal traveller, XXI. 621.

SEISTAN, or Sistan, district, Persia, SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS, in psychology, SEFID RUD, river, Persia, XIII. 213. XVIII. 627; XXII. 100.

XVI. 92; XX. 39, 70, 83; Locke on, SEFTENBERG, Baron von, his observa- SEJANUS, minister of Tiberius, xxIII. XIV. 758. tory, Bohemia, XVII. 713.

337.

SELF-ESTEEM, in phrenology, XVIII. SE-GAN Foo, town, China, XXI. 621; V. SE-KEANG, river, China, v. 632.

845. 637.

SEKHET, Egyptian divinity, VII. 718. SELIGER, Lake, Russia, xxIII. 672. SEGARELLI, Gerhard, of Parma, founder SEKLUCYAN, John, Polish writer, xix. SELIM I., Turkish sultan, xxIII. 642, of a sect of Apostolici, II. 198. 301.

656; his war with Persia, xvIII. 635. SEGESTA, ancient town, Sicily, xxi. SEKWATI, river, North Borneo, XXI. 123.

II., Turkish sultan, XXIII. 644; 622; I. 458. SELA, of Scripture, xvIII. 706.

conquest of Tunis by, xxIII. 621. SEGESVAR, town, Transylvania, Hun- SELACHE, genus of sharks, xxi. 608, III., Turkish sultan, xxIII. 648. gary, XXI. 387. 777.

CHISTI, Tomb of, India, ix. 51. SEGMENT SHELL, Armstrong, ammuni- SELACHOIDEI, group of fishes, XII. 685; SELIMNIA, town, Turkey in Europe, tion, 1. 744. XXI. 774.

XXII. 160. SEGNER, Johann Andreas von, on sur SELAGINELLA, genus of club-mosses, IX. SELINUS, Greek town, Sicily, XXI. 633; face-tension of liquids, V. 56. 107; XV. 94.

XXII. 18; metopes of the acropolis of, SEGNERI, Paolo, Jesuit, opponent of SELAMA, Abulkhair, Druse saint, vii. II. 349; terra-cotta remains at, XXIII. Molinos, XVI. 631. 484.

193. SEGO, town, Central Africa, 1. 271; XXII. SELANGOR, district, Malay Peninsula, SELJUKS, Turkish dynasties of, xxi. 279. XV. 322; XXII. 587.

634; XXIII. 656, 660; occupation of SEGODUNUM (Rodez), ancient town, river, Malay Peninsula, XV. 321. Asia Minor by, II. 713; invasion of France, xx. 617.

SELARU, island, Timor Laut group; the Greek empire by, XI. 118; fall of SEGOVIA, province, Spain, xxi. 622. Indian Archipelago, XXIII. 398.

the empire of, xxIII. 640. wn, Spain, xxi. 623; aqueduct SELBORNE, Natural History of, White's, SELKIRK, county and town, Scotland, at, 11. 221; church of St Millan, 11. 432. XXIV. 549.

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SELKIRK, Earl of, his colony in Canada, SE-MUN, river, Cambodia, Asia, xv. SENNAR (Senaar), country, East Central XX. 315. 832.

Africa, xxi. 657. Alexander, prototype of Robinson SENAAR, country, East Central Africa, SENOFERU, king of Egypt, VII. 732. Crusoe, XXI. 639; XIII. 758.

XXI. 657

SENORA, province, Mexico, XVI. 214. SELLASIA, Greece, Battle of (221), XVIII. SÉNAC, Jean Baptiste, French physician, SENS, town, France, xxi. 665; council 790. xv. 815.

of (1140), 1. 35; III. 602. SELLER, in law, XXI. 205, 206.

SENACULUM, meeting place, ancient SENSATION, in physiology, XIX. 27; SELLING, William, early English scholar, Rome, xx. 816.

XXIII. 478; in psychology, XX. 40, 50, VIII. 414.

SENA GALLICA (Sinigaglia), ancient 67; in psycho-physics, xxiv. 469; SELMA, town, Alabama, U.S.A., XXI. town, Italy, XXII. 94.

XXIII. 481; in philosophy of Condillac, 639.

SÉNANCOUR, Étienne Pivert de, French VI. 251; of Democritus, vil. 60; of SELTERS, spa, Germany, XVI. 436. man of letters, XXI. 658.

Hartley, XI. 498; of Locke, XIV. 758; SEM, river, Montenegro, XVI. 780. SENARMONTITE, mineral, xvi. 388. of the Stoics, XXII. 565. SEMANG, race of people, Malacca, xv. SENATE, Roman, XX. 733, 738, 755, 772, SENSE, distinguished from understand323. 784, 793, 795.

ing, xx. 75; in Eleatic philosophy, SEMAPHORE, for signals, XXII. 49.

of the United States, XXIII. VIII. I; in Cudworth's, Vi. 691; in SEMBERA, Alois, Bohemian historical

749.

Descartes's, V. 147; in Locke's, XIV. writer, XXII. 153.

SENCHUS MOR, ancient Irish code, iv. 758. SEMECHONITIS, or Merom, lake, Pales 252.

Moral, or Conscience (q.v.), VIII. tine, XIII. 746.

SENEBIER, Jean, Swiss vegetable-physio 600. SEMEISKIYE, Nonconformists in Eastern logist, XXI. 658.

SENSE-ORGANS, in man, l. 884; in Siberia, XXIII. 510.

SENECA, Lake, New York, U.S.A., XVII. Amphibia, I. 766; in birds, Ill. 725; SEMENDER, ancient Khazar town, 451.

in fishes, XII. 652; in mammals, xv. Russia, XIV. 59.

Lucius Annæus, Roman rhetorician 366; in reptiles, XX. 461; III. 725. SEMENDRIA, town, Servia, XXI. 688. and philosopher, XXI. 658; VII. 410; SENSITIVE PLANT, XVI. 345; XIX. 62. SEMIGALLIA, tribe, Lithuania, XIV. 702. XX. 725; XXII. 572; his economic SENSORY NERVES, XIX. 27; how affected SEMINOLES, American-Indian tribe, teaching, xix. 350; his influence on by the hypnotic condition, xv. 279. XII. 831, 835; war against, in Florida, Nero, XVII. 348 ; his death, XVII. 350; SENTENCES OFALI,collection of Arabian

language and style of, xiv. 337. proverbs, I. 572. SEMIPALATINSK, province and town, FALLS, town, New York, U.S.A., SENTENTIARUM MAGISTER (Peter LomRussian Central Asia, XXI. 639. XXI. 659.

bard, q.v.), XIV. 813SEMIPELAGIANISM, theological doctrine, SENECIO, genus of plants, XI. 221. SENTIMENTS, Phrenological organs of, XVIII. 472.

SENEFELDER, Alois, discoverer of the XVIII. 845. SEMIRAMIDE, Gluck's opera, X. 694. art of lithography, xiv. 697.

SENTINUM, Italy, Battle of (295 B.C.) SEMIRAMIS, Legend of, xxi. 639. SENEGAL, French colony, West Africa,

XX. 743 SEMIRYETCHENSK, province, Russian XXI. 660; Adanson's exploration of, SENUSI, Mohammed el, Moslem mahdi, Turkestan, XXI. 640.

North Africa, XXI. 151; XXIII. 575. SEMITES, ethnological group, II. 697, - river, West Africa, xxi. 660; I. SEONI, or Seonee, district and town, 698; XXI. 641, 643. 253.

India, XXI. 665. SEMITIC ALPHABETS, I. 608.

SENEGAMBIA, country, West Africa, SEOUL, town, Corea, VI. 391. SEMITIC INSCRIPTIONS, XIII. 116.

XXI. 661; 1. 268.

SEPALS, of plants, iv. 131. SEMITIC LANGUAGES, XXI. 641; XVIII. SENESCHAL, Royal, England, XXI. 36. SEPHARADIC RITUAL, of the Jews, XV. 778; XXIV. 740; dictionaries of, vii. SENEX, J., his map of London (1720), 293 189.

XIV. 849.

SEPHARDIM, division of the Jews, XIII. SEMITONES, in music, XVII. 78.

SENGEL, or Senguer, river, Patagonia, 683. SEMLER, Johann Salomo, German

XVIII. 353.

SEPHER YEZIRAH, Midrash, XVI. 286. Biblical critic, xxi. 656; XX. 290; on SENGORA, district, Malay Peninsula, SEPHIROTH, The Ten, of the Kabbalah, the canon, V. 15.

XIII. 811. SEMLIN, town, Austria-Hungary, XXI. SENIAVINE ISLANDS, group of Caroline Sepia, genus of molluscs, XVI. 669, 673. 657 Islands, Pacific, v. 126.

> pigment, xxi. 666; xix. 88; from SEMNÆ, or Furies, Altar of, at Athens, SENIGALLIA (Sinigaglia), town, Italy, the cuttlefish, VI. 737. See also ix. 840; VIII. 524. XXII. 94.

SEPIOLITE, mineral, xv. 825. SEMNOPITHECUS, genus of apes, II. 151. SENIOR, Nassau William, English econo SEPOLCRI, Ugo Foscolo's poem, IX. 472; SEMOLINA, article of food, xv. 125. mist, XXI. 663; xix. 377. SEMONIDES (Simonides) of Amorgos, SENKERAH, Tablets of, Babylonia, SEPOY, native Indian soldier, xxi. 666; Greek poet, XXII. 83; XXI. 318. Numerals in, xvII. 626.

II. 590; sepoy mutiny (1857), II. 591; SEMPACH, Switzerland, Battle of (1386), SENLAC, or Hastings, England, Battle XII. 809. XV. 40; XXII. 784.

of (1066), vill. 291; XI. 486; XXII. SEPT, tribal division, V. 799. Lake, Switzerland, XXII. 777. 725; XXIV. 575.

SEPTATA, order of Protozoa, XIX. 853. SEMPER, Gottfried, German architect, SENLIS, town, France, xxi. 664; XVII. SEPTEMBER, month, xxi. 666. XXI. 657

749.

SEPTEM MARIA, lagoons, North-Eastern SEMPERVIVUM, genus of plants, XII. SENNA, drug, xxi. 664; 11. 237.

Italy, XIII. 436. 317.

town on Zambesi river, Africa, SEPTICÆMIA, disease, xxi. 666; XVIII. SEMPLE, Robert, early Scottish poet, XXIV. 765.

401; XXII. 678. XXI. 542.

SENNACHERIB, king of Assyria, III. SEPTIMANIA, ancient province, Frauce, SEMPRINGHAM, St Gilbert of, English 187; XIII. 414; palaces of, at Nineveh, XIV. 287. monk, X. 593.

XVII. 512.

SEPTUAGINT;-Greek version of the Old

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XV. 322.

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Russia, xxi. 102.

SERTORIUS, Quintus, Roman general SEPULCHRE, Easter, in architecture, II. SERGARDI, Ludovico, Sienese satirist, and statesman, XXI. 684; XIX. 451; 472. XXII. 43.

XX. 762; in Spain, XXII. 306. The Holy, XXI. 670.

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS, in royal house- SERTULARIA, genus of Hydrozoa, XII. Canons Regular of the Holy, XXI. hold, England, xxi. 37.

547. 670.

SERGELL, Tobias, Swedish sculptor, SERUG (Seruj), town, Mesopotamia, xvi. Knights of the Holy, XXI. 670. XXI. 570.

48. SEPULCHRES, Ancient American, 11. 451; SERGHIEVSK, spa, Russia, XXI. 243.

SERVAL, carnivorous mammal, xv. 435. for mummies, XVII. 20.

SERGHIEVSKIY POSAD, town, Russia, SERVANT, Master and, Legal relations of, SEQUANA (Seine), river, France, XXI. XXI. 675.

XV. 620; XIV. 165; in Roman law, 623. SERGIUS, St, Syrian martyr, XXI. 676.

xx. 688, 704. SEQUANI, Celtic tribe of ancient Gaul, I.-IV., popes, XXI. 676.

OF JEHOVAH, in Isaiah, XIII. 382.

patriarch of Constantinople, xvi. SERVETUS, Michael, or Miguel Serveto, SEQUENCES, in medieval hymnology,

Spanish physician and polemic, XXI. XII. 583.

Paulician teacher, XVIII. 434. 684; on the circulation of the blood, SEQUESTRATION, in Scots law, III. 344. Russian monk, XXI. 676.

1. 810; on the pulmonary circulation, SEQUOIA, genus of trees, xxi. 673; IX. of Rasain, Syriac writer, XXII. XXIV. 95; his relations with Calvin, 405; XXIII. 809. 833

IV. 718. SERA, capital of China in Ptolemy's SERICE, ancient name for China, V. SERVIA, kingdom, Eastern Europe, XXI. geography, XX. 93. 627.

686; Greek Church of, xi. 157; lanconvent at Lhasa, Tibet, xiv. 501. SERICIN, silk albumen, XXII. 61.

guage, xxii. 147, 150; newspapers, SERAFI, Pere, Catalan poet, XXII. 364. SERICULTURE, art of rearing silkworms, XVII. 432; periodical literature, xvIII. SERAGLIO, or Harem, XI. 478.

XXII. 58.

544; under Czerny George, Vi. 754. SERAIEVO, or Bosna Serai, town, Bosnia, SERIEMA, bird, xxi. 676.

SERVIAN ALPHABET, 1. 614. IV. 68.

SERIES, Mathematical, XXI. 677; XXIV. SERVIAN LANGUAGE, XXII. 147, 150; SERAING, town, Belgium, XXI. 674. 71; in algebra, l. 561; in trigono dictionaries of, vii. 188. SERAJGUNJ (Sirajganj), town, India, metry, XXIII. 569; tables of, XXIII. 14. SERVIAN LITERATURE, XXI. 689; XVIII. XXII. 95.

SERIGRAPH, indicator of grades of silk, 544. SERAMPUR, town, India, XXI. 674.

XXII. 62.

SERVIAN WALL, at Rome, XX. 731, 734, SERANG, town, Java, XIII. 605. SERIN, bird, ix. 192.

813. SERAPEUM, temple, near Memphis, faubourg of Lyons, France, xv. SERVICE, tree and fruit, XII. 276. Egypt, XXI. 674; II. 387.

SERVIODURUM (Straubing), Roman staLIBRARY, at Alexandria, Egypt, SERINGAPATAM, town, India, xxi. 682; tion, Germany, XXII. 591. XIV. 510.

XVII. 124.

SERVITES, monastic order, xxi. 692. SERAPHIM, of Scripture, XXI. 674. SERINGHAM, town, India, XXII. 438. SERVITUDE, in law, xix. 560. SERAPION, Alexandrian physician, xv. | SERIOLA, genus of fishes, XXIV. 738. SERVIUS, commentator on Virgil, xxi. 801.

SERIPHUS, of Greek legend, xviii. 560. 692; his place in Roman literature, SERAPIS (Apis), of Egyptian mythology, SERJEANT-AT-LAW, xxi. 682; III. 394. XX. 726. XXI. 674; II. 173; VII. 717.

SERJEANTS' INN, legal society, London, Tullius, king of Rome, XXI. 692; SERBAL (Mount Sinai), Arabia, XXII. XIII. 87.

XX. 734; his reforms in Roman law, 88.

SERJEANTY, Grand, tenure of land, xx. xx. 676. SERBAN, Cantacuzene, voivode of Wal

305, 307.

SERVO-CROATs, race of Slav people, achia, XXI. 17.

SERMON ON THE MOUNT, XIII. 664. XXII. 145, 147 SERBONIS, Lake, Egypt, VII. 709. SERNIN, St, French martyr, XXIII. 485. SERVOIs, his anticipation of quaterSERBS, race of people, xxi. 688; XXII. SEROUS MEMBRANES, Anatomy of, nions, xx. 161. 147, 154.

848.

SESAME, plant, XXI. 693; oil from, XVII. SERCAMBI, Giovanni, Italian writer, SERPENT, SERPENTS, XXII. 189. See 745. XIII. 505. Snakes.

CAKE, XVII. 739. SERCIAL, variety of Madeira wine, xv. musical instrument, XVII. 778; SESIA, river, Italy, XIII. 435. 178; XXIV. 609.

XXIV. 788.

SESOSTRIS, legendary Egyptian king, SERDOBOL, monastery, Finland, xxiv. in Genesis, l. 135; VII. 136; in XXI. 693; his armies, II. 559. 209.

Gnosticism, x. 703; in Physiologus, SESSA, town, Italy, XXI. 693. SERDOBSK, town, Russia, XXI. 305. xix. 7. See also articles Mythology SESSE, lake island, Africa, XVII. 504. SERENA, town, Chili, XXI. 674.

and Totemism.

SESSION, Court of, supreme court of JERENDIB, or Ceylon (q.v.), v. 364. SERPENTARIUS, genus of birds, XXI. law, Scotland, xxi. 535. SERENUS of Antissa, Greek geometer, 617.

SESSIONS OF THE PEACE, English law XXI. 675.

SERPENTINE, mineral, xxi. 682; X. court, xx. 159. SERERE, people of Senegambia, xxi. 228, 232; XV. 217; XVI. 414.

SESTERTIUS, Roman coin, XVII. 652. 662.

SERPUKHOFF, town, Russia, XXI. 683. SETEE, king of Egypt, VII. 738. SERES, ancient name for the Chinese, v. SERRA, Antonio, Italian economist, xix. SETH, or Set, Egyptian divinity, VII. 627; XVIII. 590. 357.

715, 717. -, town, Turkey in Europe, XXI. 675. SERRADO, Monte, Spain, XVI. 797. SETHEUM, temple, Egypt, vii. 779. SEXETH, river, Roumania, XXI. 14. SERRANO, Francisco, Spanish minister, SETHIANI, Gnostic sect, X. 703. SERFDOM, XXII. 134; economic aspects XXII. 346.

SETTER, dog, VII. 328. of, xix. 352; in relation to labour, SERRES, town, Turkey in Europe, XXI. SETTLE, Elkanah, English poet and XIV. 165; in Russia, xiv. 262; XXI. 675.

playwright, XXI. 693.

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SETTLED LAND ACT (1882), England, Sevo, Pizzo di, mountain, Italy, XIII. 437. | SFORZA, Caterina, wife of Giovanni dei XXI. 695.

SÈVRES, town, France, XXI. 710, 625; Medici, xv. 787. SETTLEMENT, in law, XXI. 693 ; its porcelain works at, xix. 637.

Francesco, duke of Milan, xin. influence on agriculture, I. 409. - Deux-, department, France, xxi. 479; XVI. 293; monument of, XIV. Act of, of English crown (1701), 710.

458. XXI. 696.

SEVRI-HISSAR, town, Asiatic Turkey, SGRAFFIATO WARE, pottery, XIX. 620, OF THE POOR, XIX. 467, 478. XVIII. 691.

624. SETTONS, Lac des, lake, France, XVII. SEWAGE, XXI. 711; ammonia of, XVII. SGRAFFITO, form of wall decoration, 495.

516; as manure, I. 344; irrigation of IV. 508; XVII. 37. SÉTUBAL, town, Portugal, xxi. 697.. meadows with, I. 374.

'S GRAVENHAGE (The Hague, 9.6. , SEU-Chow (Su-Chow), town, China, SEWAN, town, India, xxi. 304.

town, Holland, xi. 371. XXII. 617.

SEWARD, William Henry, American SHABBY GENTEEL STORY, Thackeray's, SEURUGA, fish, xxII. 612.

statesman, XXI. 710.

XXIII. 214. SEVASTOPOL, or Sebastopol (q.v.), town, SEWEN, fish, XXI. 222.

SHABIN KARA-HISSAR, town, Asiatic Crimea, Russia, XXI. 616.

SEWER, SEWERS, Construction of, xxi. Turkey, XIV. 2. SEVELLAN, mountain, Persia, III. 168. 713; for houses, IV. 467.

SHAD, fish, XXI. 726; XII. 694; artiSEVEN CAPES, North Africa, XVII. SEWERAGE, XXI. 711; of London, XIV. ficial propagation of, xix. 128. 627.

826; of Paris, XVIII. 280.

SHADDOCK, tree and fruit, XXI. 727. SEVEN CHAMPIONS OF CHRISTENDOM, SEWING MACHINES, XXI. 718; for shoe- SHADID, Phænician deity, XVIII. 803. romance, XX. 659. making, XXI. 831.

SHADOOF, irrigation apparatus, Egypt, SEVEN CHURCHES, Glendalough, Ire- Sex, XXI. 720; XX. 407; in relation to

VII. 707. land, xxiv. 558.

natural selection, xxiv. 82; in relation SHADOWS, Optical theory of, xiv. 580; SEVEN CITIES, Island of, fabulous island, to suicide, XXII. 631; sex totems, XXIV. 428; in perspective, xix. 806. IV. 241.

XXIII. 471; in animals, xx. 407; in SHADRINSK, town, Russia, xvIII. 550. SEVEN DEADLY SINS, The, in mediæval plants, I. 619; IV. 81, 135; XX. 424. SHAD-SALMON, fish, XXI. 224. ecclesiastical ethics, VIII. 592.

See also Sexes.

SHADWELL, Thomas, English playSEVENOAKS, town, England, xxi. 697. SEXAGESIMAL NUMBERS, Tables of, wright and versifier, XXI. 727; VII. SEVEN SEAS, lagoons, North-East Italy,

XXIII. 9. XIII. 436.

SEXCENTENARY NUMBERS, Tables of, SHAFIITES, Mosleın sect, XXII. 661; SEVEN SLEEPERS OF EPHESUS, The, XXIII. 9.

XVI. 593, 595. legend, xxi. 697.

SEXES, Proportion of, in population, SHAFT, SHAFTS, in tunnelling, XXIII. SEVENTH-DAY BAPTISTS, American

XIX. 514.

622; in coal-mines, Vi. 62; sinking of sect, Vil. 543.

SEXTANT, for measuring angles, xxi. in mines, XVI. 448. SEVEN WEEKS WAR (1866), between 724; XVII. 268; invention of, x. 187; SHAFTESBURY, First Earl of, English Austria and Prussia, III. 140; X. 511. principle of, xiv. 586.

statesman, XXI. 727; his relations SEVEN YEARS' WAR (1756-63), 111. 127; SEXTIUS, L., Roman consul, xx. 738. with Locke, xiv. 752; his support of VIII. 356; IX. 588; X. 503; XX. 10;

SEXTUS EMPIRICUS, on scepticism, Monmouth, XVI. 755.
XXI. 381.

-Third Earl of, English moralist, SEVERN, river, England and Wales, XXI. SEXUAL REPRODUCTION, in animals, XXI. 731; VIII. 427; on beauty, I. 221; 698; VIII. 216; XVI. 788; XXI. 847; XX. 407; in plants, xx. 424. See on deism, VII. 34; ethics of, vill. tunnel under, xxIII. 623. Reproduction.

599. Joseph, English painter, XXI. 698. SEYBOUSE, river, Algeria, I. 563.

Seventh Earl of, English philanSEVERUS, of Alexandria, Greek roman SEYCHELLES, archipelago, Indian thropist, XXI. 734. cist, xx. 636.

Ocean, XXI. 725; XV. 642.

SHAG, bird, vi. 408. Lucius Septimius, Roman SEYED MOHAMMED ALI, founder of SHAGREEN, leather, XIV. 390; XXI. peror, XXI. 698; xx. 773, 776; in Babism (q.v.), III. 180.

779. Britain, iv. 353; in Scotland, iv. 663; SEYMOUR, Lord, of Sudeley, English SHAH, title of ruler of Persia, XVIII. XXI. 472; in Mesopotamia, XVIII. 605; admiral, II.

544 ; VII. 686; his 628. palace of, at Rome, XX. 824.

love passages with the Princess Eliza- SHAHABAD, district, British India, XXI. Marcus Aurelius Alexander, Roman beth, VIII. 142.

734. emperor, XXI. 701.

Edward, duke of Somerset, pro town, Oudh, India, xvIII. 72. -Sulpicius, early Christian writer, tector of England, XXII. 259.

SHAHAT, district, North Africa, Vi. 751. XXI. 702.

Horatio, American politician, SHAHEBGUNGE, town, India, XXI. 297. SEBOKHT, Syriac writer, XXII. XXIII. 790.

SHAHID, Abul-Hasan, Persian poet, 839.

Jane, wife of Henry VIII., VIII. xviii. 656. SEVERY, in architecture, II. 473.

336; XI. 665.

SHAHINSHAHNAMA,

Persian book, SÉVIGNÉ, Charles de, son of Madame de SEYNE, La, town, France, XXI. 726.

xvIII. 657. Sévigné, XXI. 704.

SEYOOL (Seoul), town, Corea, VI. 391. SHAH JAHAN, Mogul emperor, XII. 795; Marquise de, French writer, XXI. SFAX, town, Tunis, XXI. 726. 703; IX. 660.

SFONDRATO, Niccolo (Pope Gregory SHAH JAHAN Kuh, mountain, Persia, SEVILLE, province, Spain, xxi. 707; XIV.), XI. 178.

XIV, 66. XXII. 298.

SFORNO, Obadiah, tutor of Reuchlin, SHAHJAHANPUR, district and town, town, Spain, XXI. 708; libraries, XX. 489.

India, XXI. 735. xiv. 549; sculptures, xxi. 567; uni- SFORZA, House of, Milan, XIII. 479; SHAHNAMA, or Shahnamah, Firdousi's versity, XXIII. 839, 851; Murillo's XVI. 293.

epic, xvIII. 656; IX. 225. connexion with, XVII. 56.

Attendolo, Italian condottiere, VI. SHAHPUHR, SHAPUR, or Sapor, kings of ORANGES, XVII. 812. 256; XX. 805.

Persia, xvIII. 608; XVII. 514.

XXI. 355.

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