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SIMIA, genus of apes, II. 149.

SIMIANG, ape of Sumatra, XXII. 64о.

SIMIIDAE, group of apes, Xv. 444.

SIMILARITY, as ground of association, II. 733; mental perception of, XX. 80.

SIMLA, district, India, XXII. 77; I. 655;

town, XXII. 78.

SIMMs, William, his dividing engine for graduation, XI. 3o.

_, William Gilmore, American poet, novelist, and historian, XXII. 78; I. 727.

SIMNEL, Lambert, English pretender, VIII. 329; X1. 662; in Ireland, XIII. 261.

SIMON I.-II., Jewish high priests, XIII. 420.

_, Abraham, English medallist, XXII. 82.

_, John, on pathology, XVIII. 362.

_, Richard, French Biblical critic, XXII. 82.

_, Thomas, English medallist, XXII. 83.

_ BEN YocIII, author of the Book of Zohar, XIII. 814.

_~ DE BRION (Pope Martin IV.), Xv. 582.

_ DE MONTFORT, crusader, хш. 787; 1х. 541; XXII. 322.

_ DE MONTFORT, political leader, XVI. 787; VIII. 310; XI. 658; XVIII. 304.

_ MACCABIEUS, Jewish high priest, XIII. 423.

_ MAGUS, XXII. 78; X. 7oz.

PETER, the apostle, XVIII. 693. See Peter.

SIMONDE, Jean Charles L. de (Sismondi), Genevese historian and political writer, XXII. 99.

SIMONE DA PESARO (Simone Cantarini), Italian painter, v. 28.

SIMONIA (Zannone), one of the Pontian Islands, Italy, XIX. 460.

SIMONIANISM, ancient heresy, XXII. 80.

SIMONICH, Count, Russian envoy to Persia, XVIII. 650.

SIMONIDEs of Amorgos, Greek poet, XXII. 83; XXI. 318.

_of Ceos, Greek poet, XXII. 84; х1.

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SI.\I3C?NS, Menno, founder of the Mennonites, XVI. 11.

SIMONY, in church law, XXII. 84.

SIMOOM, or Simoon, wind of Arabia, 11. 239; vII. 703.

SIMPLICIUS, pope, XXII. 86; XIX. 492.

_ of Cilicia, N eoplatonist, XXII. 86.

SIMPLON, French department of the (1810), XXIV. 32.

SIMPSON, Sir James Young, Scottish physician, XXII. 86; on acupressure, I. 133; his use of ввалившейся in midwifery, I. 789; on the origin of diseasespecies, XVIII. 406.

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SIMPSON, Thomas, English mathematician, XXII. 86.

_, Thomas, Arctic explorer, XIX. 320.

SIuROcK, Karl, German poet, XXII. 87.

SIMSON, David, Scottish painter, XXII. 88.

_, George, Scottish painter, XXII. 88.

_, Robert, Scottish mathematician, XXII. 87; on porisms, XIX. 520.

_, William, Scottish painter, XXII. 88.

SIMS TORPEDO, XXIII. 45I.

SIMULIUM, genus of insects, XVI. 866.

SI MUSIR, island, Kuriles, Asia., XIV. 160.

SIN, St Paul’s doctrine of, XVIII. 424; Liguorian doctrine, XIV. 637; Pelagian doctrine, XVIII. 472; original, XIX. 669.

_, Assyrian moon-god, XXIII. 237; XXIV. 74I.

SINA-3 (China), in Ptolemy's geography, V. 626; XX. 95.

SINAI, peninsula, Arabia, XXII. 88; II. 236; Stanley’s work on, XXII. 451. SINAITIcUs CODEX, MS. of the Scriptures, XVIII. 147; discovery of, XXIII.

409

SINALOA, state, Mexico, XVI. 214.

SINAMRU, fabulous bird, XX. 611.

SINAN PAsIIA, Ottoman writer, XXIII. 656.

SINCLAIR, Catherine, Scottish novelist, XXII. 90.

_, D., his automatic telephonie eXchanges, XXIII. 134.

, Sir George, Scottish writer and

politician, XXII. 90.

, Hannah, Scottish Writer, XXII. 90.

_, Sir John, Scottish writer, XXII. 89.

_, John, archdeacon and writer, XXII.

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_, Oliver, favourite of James V. of Scotland, XXI. 499.

SIND, province, India, XXII. 90; conquest of, by Britain, XII. 808; XVII. 176; policy of Ellenborough towards, VIII. 147.

_ FRONTIER, Upper, district, India, XXIII. 859.

SINDIIIA, or заката, maharaja of Gwalior, India, XI. 345; XII. 804; Wellingtons war with, XXIV. 494.

SINDI-II LANGUAGE, XI. 84o; dictionaries of, VII. 191.

SINDIs, people, India, XXII. 91.

SIND SAGAR DOAB, district, India, XVII. 113; XX. 107.

SINE, in trigonometry, XXIII. 563.

SINEPUXENT BAV, Maryland, U.S.A., XV. 602.

SINEUs, Russian chief, XXI. 87.

SINFONIA, in music, XVII. 87.

SINGAPORE, British dependency, Malacca Straits, XXII. 92, 586; its exemp

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tion from malaria., XV. 319; Rañleds library at, XIV. 534.

SINGBIIUM, or Singboom, district, India, XXII. 94.

SINGEING, of cloth, III. 814.

SINGER, Isaac Merritt, improver of sewing machine, XXI. 719.

SINGIIALESE LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, V. 366; dictionaries of 1anguage, VII. 191.

SINGHARA, horned water-nut of Kash

mir, XIV. 11. SINGING, XX. 273. See also article Music.

SINGLETON, Captain, Deíoe’s book, vII. 28.

SINGO, province, Uganda, Africa, XXIII. 717.

SINGPIIOs, hill tribe, Assam, India, II. 721.

SINGSPIEL, German comic opera, XVII. 99

SINIIALESE LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, V. 366; dictionaries of language, VII. 191.

SINIBULDI, Guittoncino de’ (Cino da Pistoia), Italian jurist and poet, v. 786.

SINIGAGLIA, town, Italy, XXII. 94.

SINIGRIN, principle in mustard, XVII. 112.

SINIM, of Scripture, v. 626.

SINIs, of Greek legend, XXIII. 294.

SINJAR, Seljuk ruler, XXI. 635.

SINJIBU, Tartar prince, XXIII. 659.

SINXARAII, lake, Sumatra., XXII. 638.

SINKII., town, Sumatra, XXII. 639.

SINXING FUND, for national debts, XVII. 245.

SINNER, M. de, Swiss philologist, his relations with Leopardi, XIV. 465.

SINOPE, town, Asiatic Turkey, XXII. 94; XIX. 459; as Greek town, XVIII. 227, 8 5o.

SINS, The Seven Deadly, VIII. 592.

SINTER, mineral, хш. 390.

SINUB (Sinope), town, Asiatic Turkey, XXII. 94.

SINUEssA, Italy, Synod of (303), xv. 532

SINUPALLIA, suborder of Mollusca, XVI. 685.

SINUS ABRAIUE, 1imbus pat-rum, XIV. 646.

SION, town, Switzerland, XXIV. 31 ; organ at, XVII. 837.

SIoRAJ, district, India, XIV. 154.

SIOUX, American Indians, XII. 827, 831.

_ CITY, town, Iowa, U.S.A., XX11.95.

SIPAHI (Sepoy), native Indian soldier, XXI. 666; II. 590, 591; XII. 809.

SIPAN-DAGII, mountain, Armenia, XXIV.

3. ЗХЗНАЫТО, Sipheno, or Siplmo, island, Greek Archipelago, XXII. 95. SIPIIERE, piece of мышь literature, XVI. 507.

SlPI-INEUS, genus of rodent mammals, xv. 419.

SIPIION, hydraulic apparatus, XXII. 95.

_ FLUSH ТАНК, Fields, XXI. 714.

SIPHoNocHLAMvDA, suborder of Mol~ lusca., XVI. 649.

SIPHoNoPHoRA, order of Hydrozoa, XII. 564.

_, genus of Myriapoda, XVII. 118.

_ GRANARIA, wheat pest, ххш. 5 35.

SIPHoNoPoDA, branch of Mollusca, XvI. 666.

SIPHON RECORDER,
XXIII. 124.

SIPHRO, piece of Mishnic literature,
XVI. 5o7.

SIPONTUM (Manfredonia), ancient town, Italy, XV. 479.

SIPPADE, Pierre de la, French romancist, XX. 658.

SIPUNCULOIDEA, class of Polyzoa, XIX. 430

SIPYLUS, Mount, Asia Minor, xv. 98; xvII. 513; XXIII. 48; connexion of Niobe with, XVII. 513.

SIR, title, XXIII. 417.

SIRACHIDES (Jesus, son of Sirach), XIII. 672.

SIRAJGANJ, town, India, XXII. 95.

SIRAJ-UD-DAULA, Bengali ruler, VI. Io; XII. 801.

SIRANG (Ceram), island, Indian Archipeli "o, V. 344.

SIRANI, people of Bachian, Indian Archipelago, III. 197.

SIR DARIA, or Буг-0111111. (11.11.), river, Central Asia, XXII. 818.

Зина-44, river, Norway, xvII. 57 5.

SIREDON, amphibian, XXII. 96; 1. 760, 763.

SIREN, amphibian, XXII. 97; skull of, I. 7 58.

_, fot-tal monstrosity, XVI. 764.

, sound-producing instrument, I. 109; XvII. Io4.

SIRENIA, order of Mammalia, xv. 389.

SIRENS, of Greek mythology, XXII.

in telegraphy,

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SIRGUJA, state, India, v. 768.

SIRICIUS, pope, XXII. 98; х1х. 491.

SIRIPUI., province, Afghanistan, I. 243.

SIRIS, river and town, Lucania., Italy, xv. 37.

_ BRONZES, ancient Greek work, XvI. 73.

SIRMIUM (Mitrovic)` ancienttown, Lower Pannonis, XvIII. 213.

Эхюшк, state, Punjab, India, XXII. 98.

SIROcco DUST, in the atmosphere, X. 266.

SIROHI,v state, India, XXII. 98; XX. 260; town, XXII. 98.

SIROS (Seres), town, Turkey in Europe, XXI. 675.

SIRRH/E (Seres), ancient town., Turkey, XXI. 67 5.

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SIRsA, district and town, India, XXII. 98.

SIRUMALAIS, hills, India, Xv. 192.

SISAPON (Almaden), ancient town, Spain, I. 589.

SISCIA (Sziszek), ancient town, Upper Pannonia, XVIII. 213.

SIsKIN, bird, XXII. 99.

SISIIIONDI, Jean Charles Léonard de, Genevese historian and political writer, XXII. 99, 799; as political economist., х1х. 383.

515515кзк1т12, mineral, XVI. 383.

SISTAN, province, Persia, XXII. Ioo; xvIII. 628; lake, XVIII. 620.

__ MISSION, to Persia, XVIII. 653.

SISTERS 0F CHARITY, nuns, хш. 713.

SIsTovA, town, Bulgaria, XXII. 101.

SISTRUM, Egyptian rattle, used in worship, XXII. I02.

SIsvPHUs, of Greek mythology, XXII. 102.

SITABALDI, suburb of Nagpur, India, xvII. 164.

SITALcEs, Thracian king, XXIII. 318.

SITAPUR, district, India, XXII. 102.

SITHoNIA, Mount, Macedonia, xv. 138.

SITIFIs (Setif), town, Mauretania, North Africa, XV. 637.

SITKA, town, Alaska, I. 444.

SITOUNG (Таи-1011115), river, Burmah, XXI. 849; ххш. 486.

SI-TsANG, region, Tibet, XXIII. 338.

SITTA, genus of birds, XvII. 665.

SITTANG (Тай-воине), river, Burmah, XXI. 849; XXIII. 486.

SITTEN (Sion), town, Switzerland, XXIV. 31.

SITTINGBOURNE, town, England, XXII. 102.

SIUT, or Asioot, town, Upper Egypt, XXII. 103; vII. 775.

SIvA, Hindu deity, Iv. 207; vIII. 126; worship of, among Маш-вши, XV. 290.

SIVAGANGA, town, India, Xv. 192.

SIVAGIRI, town, India, XXIII. 405.

SIvAITEs, tribe, India, Xv. 185.

5111411, Mahi-.ma emperor, India, XII. 795, 803; XV- 291»

SIvAKAsI, tomi, India, XXIII. 405.

SIvAs, town, Turkey in Asia, XXII. 103; province, XXIII. 65 3.

SIvMxAIIvAM, Tamil poems, XXIII. 44.

SIVERTSON, Sylvester, Norwegian poet, xvII. 591.

SIwA, oasis, Africa, xvII. 695.

SIwALIX HILLS, India, XI. 824, 827; хх1. 151.

SIwARD, the Strong, earl, XVII. 571.

SIwAs, town, Turkey in Asia, XXII. 103.

SIX MEN's SONG, early musical piece, XvII. 83.

SIXTINE CHAPEL, Home, Michelangelds works in, XVI. 231.

SIXTUs l.-Ill., popes, XXII. 103.

Northumbrian

SIXTUS IV., pope, XXII. 103; XIX. 503; хх. 806.

_- V., pope, XXII. 104; XIX. 504.

SIZEBOLI (Apollonia), town, Turkey in Europe, II. 186.

Зраьыыв, island, Denmark, ххш. 771

SJÖBERG, Erik, Swedish poet, XXII. 757

SKADAR (Scutari), town, Albania, XXI. 573

SKAGEN, or Scaw, cape, Denmark, VII. 8o.

SKAGERACK, or Skagen-ack, channel, North Sea, xvII. 563; XXII. 737.

SKALLAGRIMSON, Egill, Icelandic Writer, XXI. 368.

SKANDAMALIA, sacred hill, India, Xv. 192.

SKÄNE, district, Sweden, XXII. 737.

SKARABORG, county, Sweden, XXII. 741

SKARDO, town, Tibet, хш. 198.

SKARGA, Peter, Polish writer, XIX. 301.

SKÄRGÄRD, Знатный, or Skjœrgaard, island belt, Norway and Sweden, XVII. 576; XXII. 737.

SKATE, fish, Xx. 299.

SKATING, on ice, XXII. 104. SKAvRoNsRA, Martha, wife of Peter the Great of Russia, XvIII. 697; XXI. 97. SKEAT, Walter William, on alliterative

' verse, I. 586.

SXELETON, XXII. 105; of man, I. 820; of Amphibia, I. 751; of apes, 1I. 157; of birds, III. 700; of fishes, XII. 640; of mammals, XV. 355; of reptiles, XX. 446; of Sponges, XXII. 416.

SRELLINGs, islands, Ireland, XIII. 216.

SKELTON, John, English scholar and poet, XXII. 119; vlII. 415.

SKI-:Na Loch, Scotland, XXI. 526.

_, William Forbes, on )Velsh litera~ ture, V. 316.

SKERRvvoRE LIGHTHOUSE, Scotland, XIV. 616.

SKETCH DRAWING, vII. 451.

SXETCHES nv Boz, Dickens’s work, vII. 174.

SREw ARCH, in bridges, II. 330.

SKEW-BEVEL WHEELS, Xv. 756.

SKIzw-SYMMETRY, in mathematics, XIX. 797

SRIDDAw, mountain, England, v1. 697.

SKIDDY, bird, XX. 223.

SXIEN ELv, river, Norway, XvII. 575.

SRIERNEWICE, town, Russian Poland, ххш. 375.

SKIFF, boat, XXI. 31.

SKIMMER, bird, XXII. 120.

SKIN, Anatomy of the, I. 897; effect of bathing on, III. 439; cancer of, XVIII. 382; colour of, as indication of race, II. III; ingrafting of, XXIII. 21; formation of, on scars, XVIII. 366; sense of touch in, XXIII. 480.

_- BoT'rLEs, Iv. 167.

SKIN DISEASES, XXII. 120; due to parasites, XVIII. 269; as result of Vaccination, XXIV. 26.

SKINK, lizard, XIV. 735.

SKINNER, John, Scottish and song-writer, XXII. 124.

SKINS, furs, IX. 836, 837; for tanning, XIV. 380, 384.

SKIP, mining box, XVI. 456.

SKIPETARS, or Albanians, people of Greece, XI. 83.

SKIPTON, town, England, XXII. 124.

SKIRRET, vegetable, XII. 288.

SKI'I'TLES, game, XXII. 125.

SKIVERS, Variety of leather, XIV. 388.

SKJ/ERGAARD, or вырви, island belt, Norway and Sweden, XVII. 576; XXII. 737

SKODA, Joseph, German physician, XV. 817.

SKOGSÖ, island, Norway, XIV. 769.

SKOPIN, town, Russia, XXI. I 16.

SKOPLIE, town, Turkey, XXIV. 17.

SKOPzI, Russian sect, VIII. 667.

SKUA, bird, XXII. 125.

SKULL, or отцы Skeleton, XXII. 113; XXIV. 181; Oken’s vertebral theory of, XVII. 751; anatomy of, in man, I. 822; its shape as indication of race, II. 111; of Amphibia, I. 753; of apes, II. IS7; 0f birds, III. 700; of ůshes, XII. 641; of mammals, XV. 355; of reptiles, XX. 449.

SKUNK, carnivorous mammal, XXII. 125; XV. 439; skins of, IX. 839.

SKUPSHTINA, Servian legislature, XXI. 687.

SKUTTERUDITE, mineral, XVI. 391.

SKVIRA, town, Russia, XXII. 126; XIV.69.

SKV, Worship of the, XVII. 138, 153; XXIV. 782.

SXVE, island, Scotland, XXII. 127.

SKYLARK, bird, XIV. 314.

SKY-ROCKET, in pyrotechny, XX. 136.

SLADEK, Joseph V., Bohemian poet, XXII. I52.

SLAG, of ores, XVI. 62 ; of iron, XIII. 292, 307.

SLAGELsE, town, Denmark, XXIV. 771.

SLANDER, in law, XIV. 505.

SLATE, argillaeeous rock, XXII. 127 ; X. 238; strength of, XXII. 603; quarries, XVI. 454; XXII. 128.

SLATER-WORK, in building, IV. 500.

SLATE-SPAR, mineral, XVI. 397.

SLAVANSK, town, Russia, XIV. 57.

SLAVE COAST, West Africa, I. 269.

SLAVERV, XXII. 129; in relation to labour, XIV. 165; of Negroes, XVII. 319; ancient, XIX. 348; in Barbados, III. 361; in Ireland and Scotland, V. SOO; in Siam, XXI. 852; in United States, ххш- 747, 752, 757, 763. 769, 781, 821; J efl`erson’s opposition to, XIII. 615.

_, Abolition of, by European and American states, XXII. 141; by Eng

clergyman

land, VIII. 365; in Jamaica, XIII. 551; Clarkson on, V. 813; Garrison’s advocacy of, X. 85; Wilberforce's part in, XXIV. 565.

SLAVES, XXII. 129; torture of, XXIII. 462; emancipation of, in Jamaica, XIII. 551 ; colony of freed, 111 Sierra Leone, West Africa, XXII. 45.

SLAVE TRADE, XXII. 137; American, as affected by treaty of Utrecht, XXIII. 734; Clarkson on, V. 813.

SLAVONIA, with Croatia, crown-land, Hungary, VI. 591.

SLAVONIANS, race of people, Europe, XXII. 145; in Russia, XXI. 78.

SLAVONIC LANGUAGES, XVIII. 785 ; XXII. 147; dictionaries of, VII. 188.

SLAVONIC LITERATURE, XXII. 149.

SLAVS, European peoples, XXII. 145; XIX. 285; in Germany, X. 480.

SLAVVANSK, town, Russia, XXII. 154.

SLEDGE, Eskimo, VIII. 545.

_ HAMMER, XI. 425; XVI. 445.

SLEDGE-TRAVELLING, in Arctic explorations, XIX. 322.

SLEEP, XXII. 154; dreaming in, VII. 452; hypnotic, XV. 278; of Endymion, in Greek mythology, VIII. 205.

SLEEPERS, Railway, XX. 242.

SLEEPLEssNEss, XXII. 157.

SLEIDANUS, John, German annalist of the Reformation, XXII. 158.

SLEIGHT OF HAND, XIV. 414; XV. 207.

SLEsVIG (Schleswig, ум), XXI. 413.

_, town, Prussia, XXI. 413.

SLIDE MOUNTAIN, Catskills, U.S.A., XXIII. 793.

SLIDE-REST, machine, XV. 153.

SLIDING CONTACT, in applied mechanics, XV. 756.

SLIEMA, suburb of ‘Тщета, Malta, XV. 340

SLIEVEBAWN MOUNTAINS, Ireland, XX. 850.

SLIEVE BLOOM MOUNTAINS, Ireland, XX. 170. '

SLIEVE DONARD, mountain, Ireland, XIII. 215.

SLIGO, county and town, Ireland, XXII. 159.

SLIM MOUNTAINS, Malay Peninsula, XV. 321.

SLINGSEV PAPERS, Willis’s, XXIV. 588.

SLIP, Harbour, XI. 470.

_, in pottery, XIX. 601.

SLIPPERS, XXI. 83o.

SLIVEN, town, East Roumelia, Turkey, XXII. 160.

SLIVNO (Биты), town, East Roumelia, Turkey, XXII. 160; department, XXI. 22.

Бычок/пи, вршшоцв liquor, XVIII. 692; XXI. 687.

SLOAN-DUPLOVAN SYSTEM, of shorthand, XXI. 840.

SLOANE, Sir Hans, Irish physician and

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naturalist, XXII. 160; his bequest to British Museum, XIV. 515.

SLOBODSKOI, town, Russia, XXIV. 303.

SLODTZ, René Michel, French sculptor, XXII. 160.

SLOE, tree and fruit, XIX. 230.

SLONIM, town, Russia, XXII. 161.

SLOPPESBURV (Shrewsbury), Saxon town, England, XXI. 845.

SLOTH, edentate mammal, XXII. 161; XV. 384; its relation to the megatherium, XV. 829.

_BEAR, carnivorous mammal, XV. 442.

SLOTTING MACHINE, XV. 156.

SLOUGH, town, England, XXII. 162.

SLOVAX LANGUAGE, XXII. 153; dictionaries of, VII. 188.

SLOVAKS, Slav people, Moravia, XVI. 811; XXII. 145.

SLOVENES, Slav people, Roumania, XXI.

,16; XXII. 145, 147.

SLOVENISH LANGUAGE, dictionaries of, VII. 188.

SLowACKI, Julius, Polish poet, XIX. 304.

SLOW-WORM, lizard, XIV. 735.

SLUIIBING FRAME, cotton machine, VI. 494

SLUDGE, sewage product, XXI. 712.

SLUG, mollusc, XVI. 646, 660; XXII. 187.

SLUTER, Claux, Netherlands sculptor, XXI. 563.

SLUTSK, town, Russia, XXII. 162.

SLUYS, Holland, Battle of (1340), IX. 546; XVII. 279.

SMALKALD (Schmalkalden), town, Prussia, XXI. 416; articles of (1536), VI. 564.

_ LEAGUE (1531), V. 415; X. 498; XV. 83; хх. 333.

SMALLAGE, wild celery, V. 290.

SMALLPOX, disease, XXII. 162; XVIII. 404; in relation to vaccination, XXIV. 28 ; XIII. 623; quarantine for, XX. 156.

SMALTINE, mineral, VI. 81; XVI. 390.

SMALTS, mineral, VI. 82.

SMARAGDUS MEDICUS, of mineral, XV. 315.

SMART, Christopher, English poet, XXII. 164.

_, John, his valuation tables, II. 74.

SMEATON, John, English civil engineer, XXII. 165; XIV. 616; his diving-bell, V11. 295.

SMECTVMNUUS, Puritan pamphlet, XVI. 328; IV. 652.

SMELI., XXII. 165; in relation to taste, XXIII. 80; nerve of, I. 885; in bees, III. 488; organs of, in Amphibia, I. 768; in birds, III. 725; in стыдом, VI. 639; in fishes, XII. 652; in mammals, XV. 367; in reptiles, XX. 462.

SMELLIE, William, editor of Ist edition of Encyclopaedia Britannica* 200.

XXII. 15o;

Pliuy, SMELT, fish, XXI. 221, 223, 225.

SMELTING, of metals, XvI. 58; of iron, XIII. 291.

SMERDIS, son of Cyrus, XVIII. 567.

_, The False, Persian king, XVIII. 568.

SMETHWICK, town, England, XXII. 168.

SMEW, bini, XVI. 35.

SMIKITE, mineral, XVI. 401.

SMIL of Pardubitz, Bohemian writer, XXII. 151.

SMILAX, genus of plants, XXI. 313.

SMIRKE, Robert, English painter, XXII. 168.

SMITH, Adam, Scottish political economist and ethical philosopher, XXII. 169; х1х. 365; his maxims of taxation, XXIII. 85; lIis place in English literature, VIII. 429; his Theory of Moral Sentiments, VIII. 602.

_, Albert, English humorist, XXII. I7I.

_, Alexander, Scottish poet, XXII. 172

_, Barnabas, stepfather of Sir Isaac Newton, XVII. 438.

, Bernard, English organ-builder, XVII. 837. ,

_, Brough, on Australian geology, III. 108.

, Charles Michie, his improvement

of the rain-gauge, хх. 2 57.

, C. Roach, on ancient London, XIV. 84I.

_, Colvin, Scottish painter, XXII. 172.

_, Edmund, English writer, XVIII. 755

, George, on the Babylonian cos

mogonies, VI. 446.

, Henry John Stephen, mathematician, XXII. 172.

_, Horace, joint-author of Rejected Addresses, XXII. 173.

_, James, joint-author of Rejected Addresses, XXII. 173.

_, James, of Deanston, his system of draining, I. 304, 331.

_, Captain John, English traveller and adventurer, XXII. 173; XV. 301.

_, John Raphael, English painter and Inezzotint engraver, XXII. 176.

_, Joseph, founder of the Mormons, XVI. 825.

_, Leigh, Arctic explorer, XIX. 325.

_, Robert Angus, on the constituent gases of the atmosphere, III. 35.

, Sydney, English нюх-111151. and

critic, XXII. 177.

, Sir Thomas, English scholar and diplomatist, XXII. 178.

_, William, English geologist, XXII. 178.

_, William, of Woolston, English agriculturist, I. 314.

_, William, Lollald ascetic, XIV. 81 I.

_, William Henry, English moralist, XXII. 179.

——‚ Sir William admiral, XXII. 179.

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Sidney, English

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SMITHFIELD MARKET, London, XIV. 828, 845.

SMITIIsoN, Sir Hugh, duke of Northumberland, XVIII. 523.

_, Miss, Irish actress, III. 598. SMITIISONIAN INSTITUTION, Washington, U.S.A., XXII. 223; XXIV. 384.

SMITHSONITE, mineral, XVI. 398.

SMITH-WORK, in building, IV. 510.

SMOKE, of London, XIV. 827.

_ ABATEMENT, XXII. 179.

SMOKING, of tobacco, XXIII. 423; pipes for, XIX. 110.

SMOKY MOUNTAINS, North Carolina, U.S.A., XVII. 559.

SMÖLEN, island, Norway, XVII. 576.

SMoLENsK, government, Russia, XXII. 183; as principalíty, XXI. 89; town, XXII. 183.

SMOLLETT, Tobias George, Scottish novelist, XXII. 183; as satirist, XXI. 320; his place in English literature, VIII. 431.

SMOLT, young salmon, XVIII. 320; XXI. 224.

SMUOGLING, XXII. 185; in relation to taxation, XXIII. 86.

SMVRNA, town, Asia Minor, XXII. 185; coins of, XVII. 647; province, XXIII. 65 3.

_, Epistle of the Church at, on Polycarp’s martyrdom, XIX. 415.

SMYTII’s OßsERvAToRv, Bedford, England, XVII. 711.

SNAEFELL, mountain, Isle of Man, XV. 450

SNAII., mollusc, XXII. 187; XVI. 646, 660; development of the river-snail, XVI. 638.

SNAKE-BIRD, XXII. 188.

SNAKE-BITE, Number of deaths from, XXII. 191.

SNAKE-FLY, XIII. 151.

SNAKE ISLAND, West Indies, II. 46; XXIV. 261.

SNAKE-NUT, XVII. 664.

SNAKE-POISON, XXII. 191.

SNAKE RIVER, Oregon and Washington Territory, U.S.A., XVII. 822; XXIV. 386.

SNAKE-ROOT, plant, XXII. 189.

SNAKES, order of reptiles, XXII. 189; classification of, хх. 439, 445; olfactory organs of, XXII. 166; reproduction of, XX. 409; Aristotle on, XX. 432

SNAKE-STONE, XXII. 199.

SNEEK, town, Netherlands, XXII. 199.

SNEEzING, abnormal form of respiration, XX. 479.

SNELL (Snellius), Willebrord, Dutch astronomer, XXII. 199 ; his measurement of arc of meridian, VII. 597; his contributions to navigation, XVII. 255; on squaring the circle, XXII. 434.

SNEYD, Honore, Major André’s love for, II. 19.

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SNIADECKI, John, Polish philosopher, XIX. 306.

SINPE, bird, XXII. 200; shooting, XXI. 834.

SNOB PAPERS, Thackeray’s, XXIII. 214.

SNoILsKV, Count Karl, Swedish poet, XXII. 7 58.

SNORING, abnormal form of respiration, XX. 479.

SNORRO STURLUSON, Icelandic historian, XXII. 201; VII. 649; хп. 622, 625; XXI. 368.

SNOTINGAIIAM (Nottingham), ancient town, England, XVII. 600.

SNow, in meteorology, XVI. 154; geological efi`ects of, X. 280.

SNowBALI. TREE, XI. 244.

SNOWDON, mountain, Wales, V. 118.

SNowDRoP, plant, XXII. 201.

_ TREE, II. 320.

SNOW-GAUGE, Glaisheŕs, хх. 2 57.

SNOW-LINE, VI. 2; X. 280, 627; XVI. 154; of Himalayas, XI. 830.

SNOW-SHOES, XXII. 201.

SNUFF, XXIII. 426; едины-1111011 of, I. 174.

SNYDERs, Franz, Flemish painter, XXII. 202.

SOAP, XXII. 202; action of Water on, XXIV. 399; scented, XVIII. 526.

SOAP-BARR, XXII. 204.

SOAP-BUBBLE, Surface-tension of, v. 65.

SOAP NUT, XVII. 665.

SOAP POWDER, XXII. 204.

SOAP-TREE OII., XVII. 744.

SOAR, river, England, XVII. 598.

SOIIA, town, ancient Palestine, XIII. 405.

SOBAT, añluent of Nile, Africa, XVII. 5071 508

SOBBING, abnormal form of respiration, XX. 479.

SOBIESXI, John III., king of Poland, XIII. 714; XIX. 295; defeat of the Turks by (1683), XIV. 466.

SOBOLES, underground stem of plants, Iv. 98.

SOBRANIYE, provincial assembly, Russia, XXI. 7o.

SOBRAON, India, Battle of (1846), XX. 112.

SOCAGE, land tenure, XXII. 204; XX. 305.

SOC AND SAC, Cinque Port right, \'. 786.

SOCCINI (Socinus, qm), XXII. 228.

SoCcoLANTEs, Franciscan monks, IX. 699. .

SocnAczEw,
XXIV. 375..

SocIIAN, river, Central Asia, XVIII. 103.

SocIABLE GIIosBEAK, bird, XXIV. 463.

SOCIAL DEMocRArs, German political party, XXII. 215.

SocIALIsM, XXII. 205; v1. 211; its economic aspects, XIX. 393; failures of, VI. 219; in Germany, X. 513; XIV. 321; Fouriex's system, 1X. 489; Отец’:

XXV. — 52

town, Russian Poland, promotion of, XVIII. 87; Proudhon’s ideas, XIX. 867; Rodbertus’s system, XX. 616 ; Saint-Simon’s teachings, XXI. 197; Saint-Simonism in France, VIII. 21 I; Stoic doctrine of, XXII. 569.

SoCIALIsTIc FEELINGS, in psychology, XX. 7o.

SoCIETAs, in Roman law, XVIII. 329.

SOCIETIES, Scientific, archaeological, and literary, XXII. 221; Bible, III. 649; missionary, XVI. 515; tract, XXIII. 494. See also Guild.

SOCIETY, Robertson’s drama, XX. 598.

_, Royal, of London, XXI. 38.

_ ISLANDS, Pacific Ocean, XXIII. 22.

­_- OF JESUS, or Jesuits (q.v.), X111.645.

SOCINIANIsM, theological doctrine, XIII. 671.

SOCINUS, or Sozini, Fausto Paolo, Italian theologian, XXII. 229; in Poland, XXIII. 72 5.

, Lelio Francesco Maria, Italian theologian, XXII. 228.

SOCIOLOGY, science of the development of society, VIII. 619; XVIII. 796; XIX. 347; Comte’s conceptions of, VI. 235; in relation ‘ш statistics, XXII. 464; societies, XXII. 226.

SOCORRO, town, New Mexico, U.S.A., XXII. 231.

SOCOTRA, island, Indian Ocean, XXII. 231; I. 272.

SOCRATES, Greek philosopher, XXII. 231; his views of the beautiful, I. 215; his ethical teaching, VIII. 577; his logic, XIV. 784; his philosophy, XVI. 81; in relation to Plato, XIX. 194, 198; his relation to scepticism, XXI. 379; to the sophists, XXII. 263 ; Xenophon’s Memorabilia of, XXIV. 721.

_, Byzantine church historian, XXII. 238; compared with Sozomen, XXII. 292.

SOCRATICS, school of Greek philosophy', XXII. 237, 266.

SODA, sodium oxide, XXII. 24o; salts of, XVIII. 92; nitrate of, XVII. 517; deposits of nitrate in Peru, XVIII. 675; as manure, XV. 509.

—‚ Washing, XXII. 243.

SODA-ALUM, I. 645.

SODALITE, mineral, XVI. 412.

SODA-MICA, mineral, XVI. 413.

SODEN, spa, Germany, XVI. 434.

_, Julius von, German economist, XIX. 387.

SODERINI, Piero, gonfalonier, Florence, XV. 147; XIX. 121.

SÖDERMANLAND, county, Sweden, XXII. 74ъ

SODIUM, chemical element, XXII. 240; V. 524; chlorate of, its enaIItioIIIorphism, XIX. 314; chloride, XXI. 228; cyanide of, XX. 23; sulphate of, X. 675; as plant food, XIX. 49.

зовом, ancient town, Palestine, VII. 2; XV. 8, XVIII. 8o3.

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SODOMA, or Sodona, Il (Giannantonio Bazzi), Italian painter, XXII. 245.

SODOR AND MAN, Bishopric of, XIV. 694; XV. 453; origin of the пае, х1. 607.

SOEST, town, Westphalia, Prussia., XXII. 245.

SCEUR, Hubert le, French sculptor, XXI. 560.

Зоны, town, East Africa, XXII. 246; I. 27o; XVII. 7.

SOFFIONI, mineral water jets, Italy, XXIV. 399.

SOFIA, town, Bulgaria, XXII. 246.

SOFIS, or Sufis, Mohaxnmcdan sect, VII. 113; XXII. 662. See also Sufism.

SOFIYSK, town, Eastern Siberia, XV. 549

Боъ‘т SOAP, XXII. 204.

SOGDIANA, province, ancient Persia, XXII. 246; IV. 2; XVIII. IoI, 583, 586, 592; XXIV. 781; conquest of, by Alexander, XV. 141.

SOGNE Пою), Norway, XVII. 576.

Зоны, town, Arabia, XXII. 246.

SOHO, Birmingham, England, manufactory of steam-engines at, III. 785; IV. 172.

SOIL, in agriculture, I. 306; drainage of, 1.328; for gardens, XII. 217, 232; in relation to manure, XV. 506; production of, X. 265; chemistry of soils, XIV. 567.

SoIL-PIPEs, for sewage, XXI. 715.

SOILS, Chemistry of, XIV. 567.

SOISSONS, town, France, XXII. 247; congress of (1727), VI. 27o.

SOKEMAN, Free, Law of inheritance from, XIX. 734.

SOKNA, town, Fezzan, A_frica, 1X. 13o.

SOXOLNIXI, forest, Russia, XVI. 859.

SOKOTO, kingdom and town, Central Africa, XXII. 248, 279.

SOXOTOFE, town, Russian Poland, XXII. 37

SOLAIMAN, Omayyad caliph, XVI. 574.

SOL/IN GoosE, bird, X. 7o.

SOLANIA, vegetable alkaloid, XVII. 499.

SOLANI RIVER, India, Aqueduct across, II. 222.

SOLANO, missionary to Paraguay, XVIII. 245.

SOLANUM, genus of plants, XVII. 499; XIX- 593: 595

SOLAR CYCLE, IV. 669.

SOLAR DAV, II. 771.

SOLARIO, Andrea, Italian painter, XXI. 437.

_, Antonio, Neapolitan painter, XXII. 249.

SOLAR PARALLAX, XVIII. 245.

SOLAR RADIATION, XVI. I16.

SOLAR STEARIN, product from lard, XIV. 312.

SOLAR SYSTEM, II. 778; nebular theory of, XVII. ence of tidal friction on,

XXII. 650; 310; influXXIII. 380;

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Herschel on its motion in space, XI. 767.

SOLAR TIDEs, XXIII. 354, 365, 368.

SOLAR ZODIAC, XXIV. 791.

SOLDAN, Mariano Felipe Paz, Peruvian geographer, XVIII. 675.

SOLDER, metallic cement, XXII. 249.

SoLDIER-BIRD, XII. I 39._

SOLDIERS, Training of, XXIV. 353; diet for, VII. 212. See Army.

SOLE, in architecture, II. 473.

—-—, fish, XXII. 249.

SOLECIsIsI, in speech, XXII. 251.

SOLEIMAN, Moorish caliph, in Spain, XXII. 315.

SOLEMN LEAGUE AND сочинит (1643), in Scotland, VI. 53o; XI. 651; XXI. 512, 513.

SOLENODONTIDIE, family of insectiчох-опа mammals, XV. 404.

SOLENOID, electromagnetic apparatus, VIII. 71 ; solenoidal magnetization, XV. 229.

SOLEURE (Solothurn), canton, Switzerland, ххп. 250, 788; town, XXIL 250.

SOLFERINO, Italy, Battle of (1859), III. 139; IX. 624; XIII. 490.

SOLI, ancient town, Asia Minor, XXII. 25o.

SOLICITOR, legal practitioner, XXII. 251; 111.62.

SOLIcIToR-GENERAI., legal
XXII. 251; 111.63.

SOLID, SOLIDS, distinguished from fluids, XIX. 24o; VI. 310; XII. 439; rigid, statics of a, XV. 728, 732

SOLIDS, in mathematics, Cubature of, XIII. 53; IIIensuI'atioII of, XVI. 22.

SOLIDUs, coin, XVII. 655.

SOLIHULL, town, England, 379.

SOLIXAMSX, town, Russia, XVIII. 5 5o.

SOLIIIAN, or Sulaiman, shah of Persia, XVIII. 639.

_, or Suleyman, l., Turkish sultan, XXII. 251; XXIII. 643; his dealings with Persia., XVIII. 636.

_ ll., Turkish sultan, XXIII. 645.

SOLIMOENS, or Amazon, river, South America, I. 654, 674; IV. 221.

SOLINGEN, town, Rhenish Prussia, XXII. 251.

SOLINUS, Salmasiuss notes on, XXI. 220.

SOLIS, Antonio de, Spanish дышишь ша historian, XXII. 2 51.

_, Juan Diaz de, explorer of River Plate, II. 488; XXIV. 16.

, Virgil, Nuremberg щепы-кокки‘, XIX. 184.

_, Rio de (River Plate), America, XIX. 187.

SOLITAIRE, bi1-d of Réunion, 111. 7 32.

SOLITARV CONFINEMENT, for prisoners,

XIX. 753.

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