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SHAHPUR, district and town, India, XXI. 735.

SHAHPURA, state, India, XX. 260.

SHAHRASTANI, Persian jurisconsult and theologian, XXI. 736.

SI-IAIIRAZAD, of the Arabian Nights’ Entertainments, XXIII. 316.

SHAIIREARAZ, Persian general, XVIII. 615.

SHAIBANI, or Sheibani, ruler of Uzbek Tartars, XVI. 749; XVIII. 635.

SHAIKI-IS, class of Mohammedans in India, XII. 746; XV. 185.

SHAIRP, John Campbell, Scottish poetical critic, XXI. 736.

SHAKERLY WITH TYLDESLEY, town, England, XXIII. 674.

SHAKERS, religious sect, XXI. 736; VI. 216; similar communities in the early Irish Church, XIII. 248.

SHAKESPEARE, Anne Hathaway, wife of the dramatist, XXI. 754, 766.

, Edmund, brother of the dramatist, XXI. 755, 765.

_, Hamnet, only son of the dramatist, хх1. 755. 765

_, John, the dramatist's father, XXI. 745

——, Judith, daughter of the dramatist, XXI» 7551 765

-——, Магу Arden, the mother, XXI. 747, 765. _, Richard, the dramatist’s grand

father, XXI. 744.

_, Susanna, daughter of the dramatist, XXI- 755. 756. 765

_, William, English dramatist, XXI. 737; VII. 43o; Madden on the spelling of the name, XV. 176; his position in English literature, VIII. 418; his connexion with Edward Alleyn, I. 584; his influence on Beaumont and Fletcher, III. 470; in favour with Queen Elizabeth, VIII. 142; his use of Geoffrey of Monmouth’s legends, X. 173; his connexion with the Globe Theatre, London, XXIII. 224; his borrowing plots from Greene, XI. 164; his influence on German literature, X. 532; the London of, XIV. 848; in relation to the Renaissance, XX. 393; his sonnets, XXII. 262; the forgeries of Ireland, хш. 272; epitaph on, by Milton, VIII. 495; monument of, at Stratford, XXII. 590; bibliography, XXI. 768; Boydell’s illustrations of, Iv. 182; French renderings by Ducis, VII. 505; J ohnson’s edition of, XIII. 725; Milton on, XVI. 326.

SHAKHDARA, river, Central Asia, XVIII. 103.

ЗИМЫ-ЗНАКЕ, town, Zanzibar, Africa,
XXIV. 768.

SHAXUDO,
XIII. 591.

SHA1., fish, XXII. 68.

SHALE, mineral, XVI. 424; X. 238;

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bituminous, XVIII. 24o; alum from, I. 646; naphtha from, XVII. 174.

SHALLOT, Vegetable, XII. 288.

SHALMANESER I., king of Assyria, III. 186.

_ Il., of Assyria, III. 186; XIII. 406.

_ IV., of Assyria, III. 187; X111. 412.

SHAMANISM, form of religion, XXI. 771; of Assyria, III. 192; of Pelew Islands, XVIII. 474; in Russia, XXI. 81; in Tibet, XXIII. 344.

SHANILI, town, India, XVII. 114.

Зимним, Jewish rabbi, XXI. 771.

SHAMIIAR, Arab tribe, Mesopotamia, XVI. 49.

SHAMO, district, Central Asia, X. 713.

SHAMOKIN, town, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., XXI. 771.

SHAMOV (or CHAIIOIS) LEATHER, XIV.

9o.

SHAIIIS, затаи goddess, XXIV. 741.

SHAMS-UDDIN, Persian teacher, XXI. 59.

_, Muhammed (Нади), Persian poet, XI. 367; XVIII. 659.

SHAN-A-LIN, mountains, Manchuria, XV. 465. SHANG DVNAsTv, of China, v. 643. SHANGHAI, town, China, XXI. 771; V. 635; temple of Confucius at, II. 448. SHANKLIN, town, Isle of Wight, England, XXIV. 562.

SHAN LANGUAGE, Asia, XXI. 774.

SHANNON, river, Ireland, XIII. 216.

SHANS, people of Burmah and Siam, XXI- 773, 854: lv- 553

SHAN-SE, province, China, V. 634.

SHAN STATES, Burmah, XXI. 773.

SHANTOw (Swatow), town, China, XXII. 733

SHAN-TUNG, province, China, V. 633.

SHAP, town, England, XXIV. 516.

SHAPING MACHINES, machine tools, XV. 156.

SHArINsHAv, island, Orkney, Scotland, XVII. 846.

SHAPUR I., king of Persia, XVIII. 608; XVII. 514.

_ II., of Persia, XVIII. 609; XVII. 514.

_ III., of Persia, XVIII. 610.

_, Shemuel, Talmudic writer, XXIII.

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SHARI, valley, Soudan, XXII. 277.

SHARJAH, district, Arabia, II. 2 54.

SHARK, fish, XXI. 774; basking, XXI. 608; Beaumaris, XIX. 518; classification of the group, XII. 685.

_ 011., XVII. 747.

SHARKS BAV, Western Australia, XXIV. 507.

SHARON, town, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., XXI. 779.

_ SPRINGS, spa, New York, U.S.A., XVI. 436.

SHARP, Abraham, English logarithmist, XIV. 779.

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SHARP, James, archbishop of St Andrews, Scotland, XXI. 779, 515; х1х. 683. _, William, English Пне-спешит,

XXI. 780.

SHARPE, Mrs, on archery, 11. 377.

_, Richard B., on birds, XVIII. 12.

SHARPSBURGH, U.S.A., Battle of (1862), XXIII. 777.

SHASTA, Mount, Sierra Nevada, U.S.A., XXIII. 800.

SHATRANJ, Oriental game, V. 598.

SHATsK, town, Russia, XXIII. 41.

SHAIVENEGAN, waterfall, Canada XX. 165.

SHAwI., article of dress, XXI. 781; Cashmere, XIV. 12; Persian, XVIII. 626; of Kirman, XIV. 100.

SHAwIII, musical instrument, XVII. 707.

SHAIVMUT, peninsula, Massachusetts, U.S.A., IV. 72.

SHAwNEEs, American-Indian tribe, XII. 832.

SHEA BUTTER, vegetable fat, XVII. 744, 747»

SHEADINGS, districts, Isle of Man, XV. 452

SHEAR, SHEARING, in mechanics, XV. 694; XIX. 797; in bridges, IV. 286; shearing stress, XXII. 594.

SHEARING, of sheep, I. 396.

_ MACHINE, for iron plates, XV. 157.

SHEARS, cutting tool, XI. 439; in iron manufacture, XIII. 33o; XV. 157.

_, in seamanship, XXI. 593, 604.

SHEARWATER, bird, XXI. 781; 102; XXII. 120.

SHEATHBILI., bird, XXI. 782.

Бивни-171511, ххп. 68.

SHEAVEs, in mechanics, XV. 763.

SHEBA, of Scripture, XXIV. 738.

SHEIIBEARE, Dr John, his trial for libel, IV. 735.

SHEIIOVGAN, town, Wisconsin, U.S.A., XXI. 782; population, XXIV. 617.

SHECHEM, town, Palestine, XXI. 783, 243.

SHEE, Sir Martin Archer, Irish painter, XXI. 783.

SHEELIN, Lough, Ireland, XXIV. 512.

SHEEMoGA, town, India, XXI. 803.

SHEEP, XXI. 784; XV. 432; management of, I. 391; Iv. 25o; diseases of, XXIV. 204, 205; liver-rot, XXIII. 539; pox, XXIV. 204; milk of, XVI. 303; shearing of, I. 396; skins of, for tanning, XIV. 380, 388; wool, XXIV. 654; Dorset breed, VII. 371 ; Herdwick's, VI. 698; South Downs, XXII. 725; merino, of` Spain, XXII. 300; wild, of India, XII. 742; wild, of Turkestan, XXIII. 635.

SHEEP-DOGS, VII. 326.

SHEEPSHEAD, tish, XXI. 785.

SI-IEEP’s OIL, XVII. 744.

SHEERNEss, town, England, XXI. 785; dockyard, V11. 312, 318.

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хх. SHEFFIELD, town, England, XXI. 78 5.

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_, John, duke of Buckinghamshire, IV. 419.

SHEIKH-AL-JEBAL (Old Man of the Mountains), chief of the Assassins, 11. 723.

SHEIKHIs, Mohammedan sect, XXII. 66 .

SHEISKU ’L-IsLAM, head of the ulema, or Moslem clergy, XXII. 661, 664; ххш. 654.

SHEIL, Richard Lalor, Irish politician, XXI. 787.

ЗНЕКЕЪ, ancient coin and weight, XXI. 788; XVII. 65o; XXIV. 486.

SHEKSNA, river, Russia, xxl. 116; XXIV. 279.

SHELIIURNE, Earl of, English statesman, VIII. 358; XIV. 289; his relations with Pitt, XIX. 138.

SHELD-DRAKE, bird, XXI. 788.

SHELDONIAN COMPACT (1664), 111 English history, VI. 327.

SHELDONIAN THEATRE, Oxford, XVIII.

95

SHELDRAKE, bird, XXI. 788.

SHELL, Of birds’ eggs, III. 774.

_, projectile, XI. 304; for rifled guns, I. 744.

SHELLEY, Mary Wollstonecraft, English woman of letters, XXI. 789; X. 717. _, Percy Bysshe, English poet, XXI. 789; as dramatist, VII. 439; his place in English literature, VIII. 433; his

place as poet, XIX. 268.

SHELLIF, river, Algeria, I. 563.

SHELL LAC, resin, XIV. 182.

SHELLS, Of brachiopods, IV. 189; 0111101luscs, XVI. 635.

SHELOMOH IBN GEBIROL (Avicebrcn), Jewish philosopher, III. 152; II. 268; VIII. 758; XXI. 426.

SHEM, of Scripture, XVII. 511, 523; хх1. 641.

_, Israel Baal, or Besht, founder of modern Jewish sect, XIII. 681.

SHEMAHA, or Shemakha, town, Transcaucasia, Russia, XXI. 794; XXIII. 515.

SHEMARVAH, rabbi, Talmudist, XXIII.

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SHEMUEL, Talmudic writer, XXIII. 3 5.

SHENANDOAH, town, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., XXI. 794.

_ VALLEY, U.S.A., Campaigns of, ххш- 777, 779

SHENDAMANGALAM, town, India, XXI. 210.

SHENDV, town, Soudan, Africa, XXI. 794

SHENE, or Richmond, England, Monas­ тегу of, I. 21.

SEEN-SE, province, China, V. 637.

SHENsHAIs, Parsee sect, India, XVIII. 326.

SHENSTONE, William, English poet, XXI. 794; his place in English literature, VIII. 429.

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SHEPTON MALLET, town, England, XXI. 795

SHEPWAV, Cinque Port, England, Рад-1111. Inent of, V. 787.

SHER ALI KHAN, ruler of Afghanistan, I. 240, 241.

SHERBORNE, town, England, XXI. 795; abbey chiu­ch at, VII. 372; manor of, XX. 263.

SHERBRO (Shcrboro), island, Sierra Leone, West Africa, XXII. 44.

SHERBROOKE, town, Canada, xx. 167.

SHI-JRE, or Remedy, in coining, XVI. 482.

SHEREEF (Sherif), Mohammedan oñicer, xv. 672.

SHERIBON (Cheribon), town, Java, V. 585.

SHERIDAN, Caroline Elizabeth (Mts Norton), XVII. 574.

_, Frances, novelist and dramatist, XXI. 796.

—, Philip Henry, American general, XXIII. 780.

_, Richard Brinsley Butler, Irish 111-111110115: and politician, XXI. 797; VII. 438; his place in English literature, VIII. 429, 431.

—, Thomas (1684-1738), Irish schoolmaster and writer, XXI. 795.

_, Thomas (1721-1788), Irish actor and elocutionist, XXI. 796.

SI-IERIF, Mohammedan ollicer, XV. 672.

ISHERIFF, law officer, XXI. 800; VI. 513.

_, Laurence, founder of Rugby School, England, XXI. 5 5.

SHERIFF-CLERX, Scottish law officer, XXI. 801.

SHERIFF-DEPUTE, Scottish law officer, XXI. 801.

SHERIFFDOMS, Scottish, XXI. 483, 488, 535

SHERIFFMUIR, Scotland, Battleof (171 5),
VII. 533; XXI. 526.

SHERlFF-SUBSTITUTE, Scottish
Oflicer, XXI. 801.

SHERLOCK, Thomas, bishop of London,
XXI. 801.

_, William, dean Of St Paure, XXI. 802.

SHERMAN, town, Texas, U.S.A., XXI. 80;'.

_, Roger, American politician, XXIII. 748

_, William Tecumseh., American general, XXIII. 779.

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SHEVAGUNGA (Sivaganga), town, India, XV. 192.

SHEVCHENKO, Taras, Russian poet, XXI. 110.

SHEVKHI, of Kermiyan, Ottoman poet,
XXIII. 656.

SHIAHs, Moslem sect, XI.
Shiites.

SHIAN, shah of Persia, XVIII. 636.

SHIBRGHAN (Sapurgan), province, Afghanistan, I. 243.

SHIELD, Ancient forms of, II. 554

-—, in heraldry, XI. 68 5, 694.

_, lVilliam, English musical 00mposer, XXI. 802.

_ OF SCIPIO, ancient plate, XIX. 181.

SHIELDs, North, town, England, XXIII. 675.

_, South, town, England, XXI. 802.

SHII'rING PIECES, in mechanics, XV. 755

SHIGATzE, town, Tibet, XXIII. 340.

SHIGHNAN, state, Central Asia, XVIII. 104.

SHIITEs, Moslem sect, XXII. 663; XVI. 564, 568, 592; II. 722; X1. 509.

SHIKARPUR, district and town, India, XXI. 803.

SHI KING, Chinese poems, VI. 263.

SHIKOKU, island, Japan, XIII. 569.

SHILKA, river, Siberia, I. 746; XXIII. 510.

SHILOH, town, Palestine, XXI. 803.

SHIMIVN, river, Africa, XVII. 505.

SHIMOGA, district, India, XXI. 803; town, XXI. 803; XVII. 123.

SHIN, Loch, Scotland, XXII. 726.

SHINA LANGUAGE, on upper Indus, x.

509. See

598.

SHINANOGAwA, river, Japan, XIII. 572- _ SHINAsI EFENDI, Ottoman writer,

XXIII. 657.

SHIN BONE, Anatomy of the, I. 829.

SHING CHOw (Nanking), ancient town, China, XVII. 172.

SHING-KING, province, China, V. 641.

SHINGLE, in architecture, II. 473.

_ MILLS, XXI. 346.

SHINGLES, skin disease, XXII. 123.

SIIING-YANG (Moukden), town, Manchuria., XV. 466.

SHINTo, Japanese religion, XIII. 581; xx. 363.

SHIP, Ancient and mediaeval, XXI. 804; Phoenician, XVIII. 804.

_, SHIPS, Modern, XXI. 8o9, 589; chains and anchors for, II. 4; derelict, XXIV. 686; log for ascertaining speed of, XIV. 769; XVII. 264; management of, XXI. 589; quarantine of, XX. 153; registration of, XX. 343; resistance of water to, XII. 518; sails, XXI. 153; salvage, XXI. 237; steam-engines for, XXII. 517; unseaworthy, in law, XXI. 606; whaling Vessels, XXIV. 526; Wreck of, in law, XXIV. 686; yachts, XXIV. 723.

SHIPBUILDING, XXI. 809.

SHIP CANALS, IV. 787.

SHIP HARBOUR, lake, Nova Scotia, XVII. 601.

SHIPLEV, town, England, XXI. 826.

, William Davies, Erskine’s defence of, VIII. 53o.

SHIP-MONEY, tax, IX. 177; Hampden@ resistance to, VIII. 346.

SHIP 0F FooLEs, Barclays satire, III. 368.

SHIP 0F FOOLS, Brandt’s satirical poem, IV. 215; X. 527.

SHIPPEN, William, American surgeon, XXII. 677.

SHIPPING, British, XXI. 826; European, VIII. 707; of United States, XXIII. 826; Lloyd’s list of, XIV. 741.

SHIP-WORM, or Teredo, XXIII. 184.

SHIPWRECK, Life-saving apparatus for, XIV. 570; law relating to, XXIV. 686.

_, The, poem by Falconer, IX. 4.

SHIRABAD, town, Central Asia, XII. 3.

SHIRAz, town, Persia, XXI. 829; XVIII. 627, 628.

SHIRE, or County, English administrative division, VIII. 273.

SHIRE, river, East Central Africa, XXIV. 765.

SHIRXHIs'r, manna, Xv. 493.

SHIRLEV, town, England, XXI. 829.

—, Charlotte Bronte’s novel, IV. 365.

——-, Sir Anthony, English envoy to Persia, XVIII. 638.

_, James, English dramatist, XXI. 829; VII. 432; as pupil of Beaumont and Fletcher, III. 474.

———, Robert, English envoy to Persia, XVIII. 638.

—-, William, colonial administrator, Massachusetts, U.S.A., XV. 616.

SHIRVAN, khanate, Transcaucasia, XXI. 794—

SHIRwA, Lake, Africa, I. 2 56.

SHIsHAX, king of Egypt, VII. 742.

SHIsHAM, tree, XVIII. 71.

SHITTAH, tree, I. 68.

SHIVA-Kundake, Central Asia, XVIII. 104.

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SHOA, district, Abyssinia, I. 64.

SHOADING, in mines, XVI. 442.

SHOCK, or Collapse, physical condition, XXII. 680.

SHOCKS, Effects of, on magnetization, XV. 268.

SHoDDV, variety of cloth, I. 176; XXIV. 661 ; factories, in England, VIII. 233.

SHoDER, Goldbeateŕs, X. 753.

SHOE-BILL, bird, XXII. 578.

SHoEBURVNEss, England, School of gunnery at, Il. 586.

SHOEMAKERS HOLIDAY, Dekkers play, VII. 37.

SI-IOEMAXING, XXI. 830.

SHOEN (Schongauer), Martin, German painter and engraver, XXI. 432; VIII. 44I

SHoEs, Snow, XXII. 201.

_, Horse, XXI. 83I; XII. 195.

SHOGUN, Japanese ruler, XIII. 582.

SHOLAPUR, district and town, India, XXI. 832.

SHoIIIER, Mountains of, Arabia, 11.

239.

5ноо1 (Skua), bird, XXII. 125.

SHOOTING, for sporting purposes, XXI. 832; gun-sights for, XXII. 46.

SHORE, Jane, Inistrcss of Edward IV., XXI. 835.

_, John, inventor of tuning-fork, XXIII. 619.

SHORT, James, telescope-maker, XXIII. 137.

SHoRTEsT WAV WITH DIssEN'rERs, Defoe’s work, VII. 27.

SHoRrHAND, XXI. 836; for the blind, III. 828; in ancient MSS., XVIII. 164.

SHoR'rIIoRN CA'I'rLE, I. 388.

SHORTREDE, Robert., Scottish logarithmist, XIV. 776; his tables, XXIII. II.

SHORT-SIGHT, VIII. 820; XVI. 259; XVII. 785; spectacles for, XXII. 372.

SHosHoNE, Lake, Yellowstone Park, U.S.A., XXIV. 737.

_ FALLS, Snake River, U.S.A., XXIII. 798

SHOSHONES, American Indians, XII. 827, 832.

SHOSHONG, town, Bechuanaland, South Africa, XXI. 842.

SHOT, military projectiles, I. 745; XI. 294, 304; sporting, XI. 28o; XXI. 835.

SHoToVER HILL, Oxford, England, XVIII. 93.

SHOULDER-BLADE, Anatomy of the, I. 826.

SHOULDER-GIRDLE, of mammals, XV. 358.

Зноишнк-1о1ыт, Anatomy of the, I. 838.

SHOVEL, Sir Cloudesley, English admiral, XXI. 842.

SHovELER, bird, XXI. 842.

SHowBREAD, Hebrew, XXI. I 33.

SHRAPNEL SHELL, in gunnery, I. 744; XI. 304r

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SHREVEPoRT, tomi, Louisiana, U.S.A., XXI. 843.

SHREW, insectivorous mammal, XXI. 843; XV. 403.

SHREwsBURV, town, England, XXI. 845; battle of(I4o3), XI. 660; XVIII. 523.

_, Earls and Duke of, XXIII. 25.

SHRIXE, bird, XXI. 845.

SHRIMP, crustacean, XXI. 846; fisheries, X. 265.

_, Opossum, crustacean, VI. 658.

SHRINE, in architecture, II. 473.

SHROPSHIRE, county, England, XXI. 847.

_ SHEEP, I. 392.

SHROVE TUESDAY, XXI. 648.

SHRUBS, Garden, XII. 260; culture of, 11. 319.

SHU, Egyptian divinity, vII. 716.

SHUBENACADIE, river, Nova Scotia, XVII. 601.

SHUI, town, Lew-Chew Islands, North Pacific, XIV. 490.

SHUISKI, Basil, Russian revolutionist, XXI. 95.

SHUJA, shah of Afghanistan, XX. III; assassination of, I. 240.

SHULUH, race of people, Africa, I. 26I.

SHUMADIA, district, Servia, XXI. 687.

SHUMLA, town, Bulgaria, XXI. 648.

.SHUIIISHU, island, KuI-iles, Asia, XIV.

160.

SHUN-CHE, emperor of China, v. 650.

SHUSH, or Shushan (Susa), ancient town, Persia, XXII. 722; XXI. 849; II. 400.

SHUSHA, town, Caucasus, Russia, XXI. 648.

SHUSHAN (Susa), ancient town, Persia, XXII. 722; XXI. 849; II. 400.

SHUSTAR, town, Persia, XXI. 849.

SHUTE, John, Viscount Barrington, III. 393

SI-IUTTLE, for weaving, XXIV. 464; early Greek, XXIII. 206.

SHUwAS, people, Bornu, Central Africa, IV. 61.

SHUVA, town, Russia, XXI. 849.

SHwEDoUNG, town, Burmali, XIX. 807.

SHWE-GI'ENG, district and town, Burmah, XXI. 849.

SIAH-PosH, tribes, Katiristan,
XIII. 821.

SIAK, residency, Sumatra, XXII. 639.

SIALIDIE, group of insects, XIII. 151.

51Аыют, district and town, India., XXI. 850.

SIAM, kingdom, Eastern Asia, XXI. 85o; forests of, IX. 405; Pali language in, XVIII. 183; Shan language of, XXI. 774; weights and measures, XXIV. 490.

SIAMANG, ape, II. I5o.

SIAIIIEsE LANGUAGE, XXI. 855.

_ LITERATURE, XXI. 855.

_ TWINS, XVI. 765.

SIANTI (Ashantee, q.v.), country, West Africa, 11. 681.

Aßiß,

SIBBALD, Sir Robert, Scottish scientist, XXII. I.

SIBENIK, town, Пышмы, Austria, XXI. 616.

SIBERIA, region, Asia, XXII. I; II. 687; acquisition of, by Russia, XXI. 93; Russian explorations in, X. 191; Friar William’s travels in, XXI. 47; birds of, III. 756; forests, IX. 405; penal institutions, XIX. 762; Tar-tar population, XXIII. 7o.

SIBERIAN BoIL­PLAGUE, cattle disease, XVII. 58.

SIBILLA, Monte della, mountain, Italy,

437SIBoGA, town, Sumatra, XXII. 639.

­ SIBSAGAR, district and town, India,

XXII. I3. _

SIBsIB, ground squirrel, Morocco, XVI. 833.

SIBUVAN, island, Philippines, XVIII. 752

SIBYI., of Greek and Roman legend, XXII. I3.

SIIIVLLINE BooXs, of ancient Rome, XXII. 13.

SIBVLLINE ORAcLEs, Greek poems, XI. 144.

SIIIVLLINES, The, apocalyptic books, II. 177. I79

SICCA Шаманы (Keff), ancient town, Tunis, XIV. 27.

SICELS, people, South Italy and Sicily, XXII. 15.

SICILIAN 011, XVIII. 7I3.

SICILIAN VESPERS, massacre of French in Sicily (I282), v. 423; XX. 798; ххп. 27.

SICILIES, Two, Kingdom of the, хш. 478; XVII. 191; conquest of, by the Normans, XIII. 470; XVII. 191.

SICILY, island, Mediterranean, XXII. I4; XIII. 440; XV. 820; part of kingdom of the Two Sicilies, XIII. 471; XVII. 191; under the Athenians, х1. 104; invaded by the Carthaginians, V. 161; historical connexion of Malta with, XV. 342; its connexion with Naples, XVII. I9I; Norman settlement in, XIII. 470; XVII. 548; its connexion with Phœnicia, XVIII. 806; conquest of, by Rome, XX. 747, 750; Spanish connexion, XXII. 322, 324, 327; ancient, coins of, XVII. 638; modern, coins of, XVII. 657; dialect of, XIII. 494; plague in, XIX. 166; sulphur mines, XXII. 634; wine industry, XXIV. 610.

SICK HEADACIIE, XVII. 364.

SICKINGEN, Franz von, German baron, XXII. 31; XV. 78.

SICKLE, reaping 574

SIcXNEss, Diet in, VII. 205.

SICULI, people, South Italy and Sicily, XXII. I5.

SICULUS, Diodorus, Greek historian, vII. 245.

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SICVON, town, Achaia, Greece, XXII. 31; School of sculpture at, II. 349.

SIDDIIARTIIA GAUTAMA (Buddha, q.v.), III. 375; IV. 426.

SIDDHI KÜR, Calmuck collection of stories, IV. 710.

SIDDIM, Vale of, Palestine, VII. 2.

SIDDoNs, Sarah, English actress, XXII. 32; XIV. 31.

SIDE, town, Asia Minor, XVIII. 207.

SIDEREAI. MONTH, II. 774.

SIDEREAL TIME, II. 765; XXIII. 392.

SIDERITE, Inineral, X. 228; XVI. 397.

SIDERosCIIIsoLII-E, mineral, XVI. 414.

SIDERosILICITE, mineral, XVI. 42 5.

SIDEROSTATIC TELEsCoPE, XXIII. I 52.

SIDE-VVALKS, of streets, XX. 588.

SIDGwIcX, Henry, on political economy, XIX. 399.

SIDI-BEI.­ABBES, town, Algeria, XXII.

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SIDI IBN ISA, Shrine of, Kairwan, Tunis, XIII. 824.

SIDI MOHAMMED BEN ALI Es-SENUsI, lea/der of Mohammedan fraternity in Sahara, XXI. 151; ххш. 575.

SIDLAws, hills, Scotland, XVIII. 666.

SIDMoUTII, Viscount, English statesman, I. 145; VIII. 363.

SIDNACESTER (Newark), Saxon town, England, XVII. 370.

SIDNEY, town, Cape Breton, XVII. 603.

_, Algernon, English statesman, XXII. 33~

_, Sir Henry, Viceroy of Ireland, XIII. 264; XXII. 35.

_, Sir Philip, English statesman and writer, XXII. 35; VIII. 417, 421; as pastoral poet, XVIII. 346; his relations with Spenser, XXII. 393; his death in Holland, XII. 77.

_ SUssEX COLLEGE, Cambridge, Iv. 731

SIDoN, town, Phœnicia, XXII. 35; XVIII. 804, 808; capture of, by Artaxerxes Ill., XVIII. 580; coins of, XVII. 650.

SIDONIAN INSCRIPTIONS, XIII. 116.

SIDONIUS, C. Sollius Apollinaris, Christian writer and bishop, II. 184.

SIDRA (Hydra), island, Greece, XII. 430.

_, Bay of, Tripoli, North Africa, XXIII. 57 5.

_ RAIIIIA, book of the Mandaeans, XV. 468.

SIDYMA, town, Asia Minor, XV. 94.

SIEBENBÜRGEN, or Transylvania (q.v.), Austria-Hungary, XXIII. 52I.

SIEBoLD, Carl Theodor Ernst von, German physiologist and zoologist, XXII. 36.

_, Philipp Franz von, German explorer of Japan, XXII. 36.

SIÈCLE, Le, Paris newspaper, XVII. 426.

SIEDLCE, government, Russian Poland, XXII. 36; ют, ххп. 37.

SIEG, river, Rhenish Prussia, XX. 20, 519.

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SIEGE, Operations in a, IX. 455; artillery for, II. 663; XI. 3I4.

SIEGEN, town, Prussia, XXII. 37.

_, Ludwig, inventor of mezzotint engraving, VIII. 445.

SIEGENITE, mineral, XVI. 391.

SIEGE OF RHODES, English opera, XVII. 88.

SIEGFRED, English missionary in Sweden, XXII. 745.

SIEGFRIED, hero of the инициатива, XVII. 475; х. 522, 524; хх. 657.

SIEMENS, Ernst lVerner, inventor of electric railway, XXIII. 495 ; his electrical experiments, VIII. 37.

_, Sir William, inventor and natural philosopher, XXII. 37; his gasengine, XXII. 526; his gas-producer, 1х. 845; XXII. 182; his differential governor, XXII. 508; his hcat-Iegenerator, 1х. 846; 011 iron and steel, XIII. 282.

SIEMENS-MARTIN PRocEss, of steelmaking, XIII. 347.

SIEMENS PRECIPITATION PROCESS, of steel-making, XIII. 337.

SIENA, town, Italy, XXII. 38; cathedral pavement, III. 476; cathedral pulpit, XIX. 124; majolica ware, XIX. 628; school of painting, XXI. 433, 442; pictures in, XXI. 446; university, XXIII. 837.

_, St Catherine of, V. 229.

SIERADZ, town, Russian Poland, XXII.

44.

SIERPCE, town, Poland, XIX. 227.

SIERRA, envelope of the sun, II. 788.

_ LEONE, West Coast, Africa., XXII. 44; I. 269.

_ NEVADA, mountains, United States, IV. 697, 700; XVII. 367; XXIII. 799. SIERRAS, mountain chains, Spain, XXII.

294.

SIETE PARTIDAS, Spanish code of laws, XXII. 318, 354.

SIEYÈS, Emmanuel Joseph, French politician, XXII. 45; IX. 612; his rela~ tions with Napoleon, XVII. 202.

SIFAN, nomad tribes of Tibet, XXIII. 344­

SIFATITEs, Moslem sect, XVI. 592.

SIGALON, Xavier, French painter, XXII. 46. '

SIGI-IING, abnormal form of respiration, XX. 479.

SIGHT, Organ and sense of, VIII. 816; I. 885; defective, XVII. 784; loss of, III. 826; short and long, VIII. 820; XVII. 785; organs of, in Aniphibia, I. 768; in birds, III. 725; in Crustacta, VI. 637; in fishes, XII. 652; in mammals, XV. 367; in reptiles, XX. 461; 111. 725.

51снт5, Gun, XXII. 46.

SIGISMUND, emperor, XXII. 48; XII. 368; X- 495~

_, duke of Hapshurg, XXII. 786.

_ I., king of Poland, XIX. 290.

_ Il., of Poland, XIX. 291.

SIGISMUND III., of Poland, XIX. 294.

_, king of Sweden, XXII. 748.

SIGLUS, ancient Persian coin, XVII. 659.

SIGMARINGEN, town, Prussia, XXII. 48.

_, Hohenzollern­, German princely house, XII. 52.

SIGMODON, genus of rodent mammals, XVII. 6.

SIGNAKII, town, Transcaucasia, Russia, XXIII. 514.

SIGNALLING, XXIII. 112; heliographic, XI. 632.

SIGNALS, as used in navy, XXII. 49; XVII. 277; flag, IX. 279; railway, XX. 238; in surveying, XXII. 698; time determined by, XXIII. 395.

SIGNATURES, Book, XXIII. 7oo; quire marks, XVIII. 144.

SIGNET, Writers to the, legal society, Scotland, XXI. 535; XXII. 251.

_ LIBRARY, Edinburgh, XIV. 522.

_ RINGS, XX. 560.

SIGNORELLI, Luca, Italian painter, XXII. 50; ХХ1- 434, 442

SIGNs 0F THE ZODIAC, XXIV. 791.

SIGOURNEY, Lydia. Huntley, American poetess, I. 731.

SIGTUNA, ancient town, Sweden, XXII. 558.

SIGURD, mythical hero, in Nibelungenlied, XVII. 474; xx. 657.

_, the Stout, earl of Orkney and Caithness, XIII. 254; XVII. 848.

_, son of Haken, Norse earl, XVII. 58 5.

_ JORSALAFARI, Norwegian king, XVII. 588, 848.

SI-HAMED, Algerine chief, I. 569.

SIIIANAXA, tribe, Madagascar, XV. 171.

SIHUN (Буг-1311118, qm), river, Asia, XXII. 818.

, river, Asia Minor, II. 708; v. 777.

SIKANDAR, ruler of Kashmir, XIV. 13.

S IXANS, or Sicani, people, South Italy and Sicily, XXII. 15.

SZIKELS, or Siculi, people, South Italy and Sicily, XXII. I5.

SIKEs’s HVDROMETER, XII. 54o.

SIKHoTA-ALIN, mountains, Eastern Siberia, XV. 548.

SIKHS, people of India, XI. 844; XII. 746, 808; хх. IIo.

SIXH WAR (1846), XIV. 371.

SIXKIM, or Sikim, state, India, XXII. 51; XI. 822; birds of, III. 761.

SIKUHA, town, Persia, XVIII. 627.

SILALAIII, lake, Sumatra, XXII. 638.

SILBERMANN, family of organ-builders, XVII. 837.

_, Gottfried, his improvements on the pianoforte, XIX. 71.

SILBURV HILL, artificial mound, Wilts, England, III. 144.

SILENUs, in Greek mythology, XXII. 51.

SILEsIA, district, Germany, XXII. 51.

SILEsIAN WARS, III. 127; IX. 585, 736; X. 503; XX. Io.

SILIAN LAw, Roman, XX. 681.

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SILIcA, oxide of silicon, XXII. 53; v. 522.

SILIcATEs, in chemistry, XXII. 53; XVI. 61.

SILIcEoUs SPRINGS, X. 271.

SILIcIsPoNGIfE, class of Sponges, XXII. 421.

SILICON, chemical element, V. 521; its presence in steel, XIII. 283; as fuel, IX. 809; as plant food, XIX. 49.

SILICONEISEN, metal, XIII. 351.

SILICON-MANGANEISEN, metal, XIII. 352

SILIco-SKELETA, subclass of Protozoa, XIX. 849.

SILIQUA, form of fruit, IV. 152.

SILIsTRIA, town, Bulgaria, XXII. 54.

SILIUs ITALIcUs, Latin epic poet, XXII. 54; his place in Roman literature, XX. 726.

SILK, XXII. 56; ancient fabrics of, XXIII. 208; bleaching of, III. 822; fibre of, IX. 133; ailantlius, XIV. 216; Chinese, V. 638, 639, 640; manufactures, England, VIII. 232 ; production in France, IX. 520; XXI. 332; weaving of, in India, XII. 761; Indian, XII. 751 ; culture and manufacture, in Italy, XIII. 442, 453; XVI. 292; from spiders, II. 295.

HATS, XI. 519.

SILK-TAIL, bird, XXIV. 460.

SILXwoRM, fIX. 596; XXII. 57; moth of, XIII. 151.

SILL, in architecture, II. 473.

SILLA, Pico de la, mountain, Venezuela, XXIV. 139.

SILLEDA, town, Spain, XIX. 45 5.

SILLERY, Marquis of, husband of Madame de Genlis, X. I5 3.

SILLIMAN, Benjamin (1779-1864), American chemist and geologist, XXII. 66.

_, Benjamin (1816-1885). American chemist and physicist, XXII. 66.

SILLIMANITE, mineral, XVI. 408.

SILLUSTANI, Peru, Stone circles at, II. 45‘

SILO, pit for ensilage, XXII. 67.

SILOAM, Pool of, Jerusalem, 638.

SILOW, his experiments in magnetism, XV. 268.

SILsILIs, hills, Egypt, VII. 783.

SILUREs, ancient British people, XVI. 754

SILURIAN RocKs, in geology, X. 331; XVII. 51.

SILURIDJE, family of fishes, XXII. 67.

SILVA, Feliciano de, Spanish romancist, XX. 65 5.

_, Jean Baptiste, French physician, XX. 176.

_, Ruy Gomez de, Spanish minister, XVIII. 744.

ЗНАКЕ, Statius’s poems XXII. 467.

SILVANEcTEs (Senlis), Roman station, France, XXI. 664.

SILVANUs, Italian divinity, XXII. 69.

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SILVER, metal, XXII. 69; XVI. 382; as chemical element, V. 529; cyanide of, хх. 23; adulteration of, I. 176; assay of, II. 727; extraction of, from alloy with lead, XIV. 376; mines in Austria, III. 120; in Bolivia, IV. I3; in Chili, V. 622; of Laureium, Greece, III. 59; in Mexico, XVI. 216; XXIV. 761 ; in New South Wales, XVII. 409; of Ней/011111311, Siberia, XVII. 352; in United States, XXIII. 814; in Colorado, U.S.A., VI. 161; in Nevada, U.S.A., XVII. 368; ores, XVI. 58; dressing of ores, XVI.465; production, IV. 518; XVI. 467, 728; production in England, VIII. 229; in Peru, XVIII. 675; spectrum of, XXII. 376; wire, XXIV. 615.

— COINAGE, XVI. 482, 723; ххп. 71; 111 relation to exchange, VIII. 790; comparative Value of silver and gold, XVI. 731, 735; ххп. 73.

SILVER-EVE, bird, XXIV. 824.

SILVER-FIR, tree, IX. 224.

SILVER~FIsII, insect, XIII. 154.

SILVER GLANCE, mineral, XXII. 69.

SILVERING, coating with silver, XXII. 71 ; of mirrors, XVI. 501.

SILVER INR, XIII. 81.

SILVERIUS, pope, XXII. 74; XIX. 493.

SILVER LACE, X. 753.

SILVER MINING, XVI. 470.

SILVER PITS, depressions in North Sea, XVII. 563.

SILVER PLATE, XXII. 71; Roman, II. 366; works in, XIX. 178.

SILVER REEI` DISTRICT, Utah, U.S.A., XXIII. 815. ‘

SILVERsMITIIs, Roman, II. 366.

SILvEsTER l., pope, XXII. 74.

_ Il., pope, XXII. 74; XIX. 497; as scholastic philosopher, XXI. 421.

_ III., pope, XXII. 76; х1х. 498.

SILVIIDIE, family of birds, XXIV. 366, 553

SIMANcAs, town, Spain, XXII. 76.

SIMBA, one of the Solomon Islands, South Pacific, XXII. 252.

SIMBIRSX, government, Russia, XXII. 76; town, XXII. 77.

SIMEON, son of Jacob, XXII. 77.

_, Israelitish tribe, XIII. 400.

_, grand-duke of Russia, XXI. 91.

_of Beth Arsham, Syriac writer, XXII. 832.

_ of Durham, English historian, XXII. 811.

_ BAR TAEBAXIIE, Syriac writer, XXII. 844.

_ KARXIIAVA, Syriac writer, XXII. 838.

—- KUKAYA, Syriac writer, XXII. 832.

_ SHANXELAIVI, Syriac writer, XXII. 852.

_ STVLITES, Syrian monk, XVI. 701; ххп. 830; temple of, II. 132.

SIMFEROPOL, or Sympheropol, town, Russia, XXII. 77; vI. 586.

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