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XV. 444.

VII. 191.

II2.

SIMIA, genus of apes, II. 149.

SIMPSON, Thomas, English mathema tion from malaria, xv. 319; Raffles's SIMIANG, ape of Sumatra, XXII. 640. tician, xxII. 86.

library at, XIV. 534. SIMIIDÆ, group

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Thomas, Arctic explorer, XIX. 320. SINGBHUM, or Singboom, district, India, SIMILARITY, as ground of association, SIMROCK, Karl, German poet, XXII.

XXII. 94. 11. 733; mental perception of, xx. 80. 87.

SINGEING, of cloth, III. 814. SIMLA, district, India, XXII. 77; I. 655;. SIMSON, David, Scottish painter, xxII. SINGER, Isaac Merritt, improver of town, XXII. 78. 88.

sewing machine, XXI. 719. Simms, William, his dividing engine for George, Scottish painter, XXII. 88. SINGHALESE LANGUAGE AND LITERAgraduation, XI. 30.

Robert, Scottish mathematician, TURE, V. 366; dictionaries of lanWilliam Gilmore, American poet, XXII. 87; on porisms, XIX. 520.

guage, VII. 191. novelist, and historian, XXII. 78; 1. William, Scottish painter, XXII. SINGHARA, horned water-nut of Kash727. 88.

mir, XIV. II. SIMNEL, Lambert, English pretender, SIMS TORPEDO, XXIII. 451.

SINGING, XX. 273. See also article VIII. 329; XI. 662; in Ireland, xiii. SIMULIUM, genus of insects, XVI. 866. Music. 261.

Si Musir, island, Kuriles, Asia, xiv. SINGLETON, Captain, Defoe's book, VII. SIMON I.-II., Jewish high priests, XIII. 160.

28. 420.

Sin, St Paul's doctrine of, XVIII. 424; Singo, province, Uganda, Africa, XXIII. -Abraham, English medallist, XXII. Liguorian doctrine, XIV. 637; Pelagian 717. 82.

doctrine, xviii. 472; original, xix. SINGPHOS, hill tribe, Assam, India, II. John, on pathology, XVIII. 362. 669.

721. Richard, French Biblical critic, Assyrian moon-god, xxIII. 237; SINGSPIEL, German comic opera, XVII. XXII. 82. XXIV. 741.

99. Thomas, English medallist, xxII. SINÆ (China), in Ptolemy's geography, SINHALESE LANGUAGE AND LITERA83. V. 626; XX. 95.

TURE, V. 366; dictionaries of language, BEN Yochi, author of the Book of SINAI, peninsula, Arabia, xxII. 88; 11. Zohar, XIII. 814.

236; Stanley's work on, XXII. 451. SINIBULDI, Guittoncino de' (Cino da DE BRION (Pope Martin IV.), xv. SINAITICUS CODEX, MS. of the Scrip Pistoia), Italian jurist and poet, v. 582.

tures, XVIII. 147; discovery of, XXIII. 786. DE MONTFORT, crusader, XVI. 787; 409.

SINIGAGLIA, town, Italy, XXII. 94. IX. 541; XXII. 322.

SINALOA, state, Mexico, XVI. 214. SINIGRIN, principle in mustard, XVII. DE MONTFORT, political leader, SINAMRU, fabulous bird, xx. 611. XVI. 787; VIII. 310; XI, 658; XVIII. SINAN PASHA, Ottoman writer, XXIII. SINIM, of Scripture, v. 626. 304. 656.

Sinis, of Greek legend, XXIII. 294. MACCABÆUS, Jewish high priest, SINCLAIR, Catherine, Scottish novelist, SINJAR, Seljuk ruler, XXI. 635. XIII. 423.

XXII. 90.

SINJIBU, Tartar prince, XXIII. 659. MAGUS, XXII. 78; X. 702.

D., his automatic telephonic ex SINKARAH, lake, Sumatra, XXII. 638. PETER, the apostle, xviii. 693. changes, XXIII. 134.

SINKIL, town, Sumatra, XXII. 639. See Peter.

Sir George, Scottish writer and SINKING Fund, for nationaľ "debts, SIMONDE, Jean Charles L. de (Sismondi), politician, XXII. 90.

XVII. 245. Genevese historian and political writer, Hannah, Scottish writer, XXII. 90. SINNER, M. de, Swiss philologist, his XXII. 99.

Sir John, Scottish writer, XXII. relations with Leopardi, XIV. 465. SIMONE DA PESARO (Simone Cantarini), 89.

SINOPE, town, Asiatic Turkey, XXII. 94; Italian painter, V. 28.

John, archdeacon and writer, XXII. XIX. 459; as Greek town, XVIII. 227, SIMONIA (Zannone), one of the Pontian 90.

850. Islands, Italy, XIX. 460.

Oliver, favourite of James V. of Sins, The Seven Deadly, viii. 592. SIMONIANISM, ancient heresy, XXII. Scotland, XXI. 499.

SINTER, mineral, xvi. 390. 8o.

SIND, province, India, xxII. 90; con SINUB (Sinope), town, Asiatic Turkey, SIMONICH, Count, Russian envoy to quest of, by Britain, XII. 808; XVII.

XXII. 94. Persia, xvIII. 650.

176; policy of Ellenborough towards, SINUESSA, Italy, Synod of (303), xv. SIMONIDES of Amorgos, Greek poet,

VIII. 147.

532. XXII. 83; XXI. 318.

FRONTIER, Upper, district, India, SINUPALLIA, suborder of Mollusca, XVI. of Ceos, Greek poet, XXII. 84; XI. XXIII. 859.

685. 139.

SINDHIA, or Scindhia, maharaja of SINUS ABRAHÆ, limbus patrum, XIV. SIMONS, Menno, founder of the Men Gwalior, India, XI. 345; XII. 804; 646. nonites, XVI. II.

Wellington's war with, xxiv. 494. Sion, town, Switzerland, XXIV. 31; SIMONY, in church law, XXII. 84. SINDHI LANGUAGE, XI. 840; diction organ at, XVII. 837. SIMOOM, or Simoon, wind of Arabia, II.

aries of, vil. 191.

SIORAJ, district, India, XIV. 154. 239; VII. 703.

SINDIs, people, India, XXII. 91. Sioux, American Indians, XII. 827, 831. SIMPLICIUS, pope, XXII. 86; XIX. 492. SIND SAGAR DOAB, district, India, City, town, Iowa, U.S.A., XXII. 95. of Cilicia, Neoplatonist, XXII. 86. XVII. 113; XX. 107.

SIPAHI (Sepoy), native Indian soldier, SIMPLON, French department of the SINE, in trigonometry, XXIII. 563. XXI. 666; 11. 590, 591; XII. 809. (1810), xxiv. 32.

SINEPUXENT BAY, Maryland, U.S.A., SIPAN-DAGH, mountain, Armenia, xxiv. SIMPSON, Sir James Young, Scottish XV, 602.

53. physician, xxII. 86; on acupressure, Sineus, Russian chief, xxi. 87. SIPHANTO, Sipheno, or Siphno, island, 1. 133; his use of anæsthetics in mid- SINFONIA, in music, XVII. 87.

Greek Archipelago, XXII. 95. wifery, I. 789; on the origin of disease SINGAPORE, British dependency, Ma- SIPHERE, piece of Mishnic literature, species, XVIII. 406.

lacca Straits, XXII. 92, 586; its exemp XVI. 507

XVI. 507

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SIPHNEUS, genus of rodent mammals, | SIRSA, district and town, India, xxII. Sixtus IV., pope, XXII. 103; XIX. 503; XV. 419. 98.

XX. 806. SIPHON, hydraulic apparatus, XXII. 95. SIRUMALAIS, hills, India, XV. 192.

V., pope, XXII. 104; XIX. 504. FLUSH TANK, Field's, XXI. 714. SISAPON (Almaden), ancient town, Spain, SIZEBOLI (Apollonia), town, Turkey in SIPHONOCHLAMYDA, suborder of Mol

1. 589.

Europe, II. 186. lusca, XVI. 649.

SISCIA (Sziszek), ancient town, Upper SJÆLLAND, island, Denmark, XXIV. SIPHONOPHORA, order of Hydrozoa, Pannonia, XVIII. 213.

771. XII. 564. SISKIN, bird, XXII. 99.

SJÖBERG, Erik, Swedish poet, XXII. genus of Myriapoda, XVII. 118. SISMONDI, Jean Charles Léonard de, 757.

GRANARIA, wheat pest, XXIV. 535. Genevese historian and political writer, SKADAR (Scutari), town, Albania, xxi. SIPHONOPODA, branch of Mollusca, XVI. XXII. 99, 799; as political economist, 573. 666.

XIX. 383.

SKAGEN, or Scaw, cape, Denmark, vii. SIPHON RECORDER, in telegraphy, SISSERSKITE, mineral, xvi. 383.

8o. XXIII. 124.

SISTAN, province, Persia, XXII. 100; SKAGERACK, or Skagerrack, channel, SIPHRO, piece of Mishnic literature, XVIII. 628; lake, xvIII. 620.

North Sea, XVII. 563; XXII. 737.

Mission, to Persia, xvIII. 653 SKALLAGRIMSON, Egill, Icelandic SIPONTUM (Manfredonia), ancient town, SISTERS OF CHARITY, nuns, XVI. 713. writer, XXI. 368. Italy, XV. 479.

SISTOVA, town, Bulgaria, XXII. 101. SKANDAMALIA, sacred hill, India, xv. SIPPADE, Pierre de la, French romancist, SISTRUM, Egyptian rattle, used in 192. XX. 658.

worship, XXII. 192.

SKÅNE, district, Sweden, XXII. 737. SIPUNCULOIDEA, class of Polyzoa, XIX. SISYPHUS, of Greek mythology, XXII. SKARABORG, county, Sweden, XXII. 430.

741. SIPYLUS, Mount, Asia Minor, xv. 98; SITABALDI, suburb of Nagpur, India, SKARDO, town, Tibet, XIV. 198. XVII. 513; XXIII. 48; connexion of XVII. 164.

SKARGA, Peter, Polish writer, xix. 301. Niobe with, XVII. 513.

SITALCES, Thracian king, XXIII. 318. SKÄRGÅRD, Skärgaard, or Skjærgaard, SIR, title, XXIII. 417.

SITAPUR, district, India, XXII. 102. island belt, Norway and Sweden, XVII. SIRACHIDES (Jesus, son of Sirach), XIII. SITHONIA, Mount, Macedonia, XV. 138. 576; XXII. 737 672.

SiTiFiS (Setif), town, Mauretania, SKATE, fish, XX. 299. SIRAJGANJ, town, India, xxII. 95.

North Africa, xv. 637.

SKATING, on ice, XXII. 104. SIRAJ-UD-DAULA, Bengali ruler, VI. 10; SITKA, town, Alaska, I. 444.

SKAVRONSKA, Martha, wife of Peter the XII. 801.

SITOUNG (Tsit-toung), river, Burmah, Great of Russia, xvIII. 697; XXI. 97. SIRANG (Ceram), island, Indian Archi XXI. 849; XXIII. 486.

SKEAT, Walter William, on alliterative pelago, v. 344.

SI-TSANG, region, Tibet, XXIII. 338. verse, l. 586. SIRANI, people of Bachian, Indian SITTA, genus of birds, XVII. 665. SKELETON, XXII. 105; of man, 1. 820; Archipelago, III. 197.

SITTANG (Tsit-toung), river, Burmah, of Amphibia, 1. 751; of apes, 11. 157; SIR DARIA, or Syr-Daria (q.v.), river, XXI. 849; XXIII. 486.

of birds, III. 700; of fishes, XII. 640; Central Asia, XXII. 818.

SITTEN (Sion), town, Switzerland, xxiv. of mammals, xv. 355; of reptiles, XX. SIRE-AA, river, Norway, XVII. 575.

31.

446; of sponges, XXII. 416. SIREDON, amphibian, XXII. 96; 1. 760, SITTINGBOURNE, town, England, XXII. SKELLINGS, islands, Ireland, XIII. 216. 763.

SKELTON, John, English scholar and SIREN, amphibian, XXII. 97; skull of, Siut, or Asioot, town, Upper Egypt, poet, XXII. 119; VIII. 415. 1. 758.

XXII. 103; VII. 775.

SKENE, Loch, Scotland, xxi. 526. fætal monstrosity, XVI. 764. Siva, Hindu deity, iv. 207; VIII. 126; William Forbes, on Welsh litera

sound-producing instrument, I. worship of, among Mahrattas, xv. ture, V. 316. 109; XVII. 104.

290.

SKERRYVORE LIGHTHOUSE, Scotland, SIRENIA, order of Mammalia, xv. 389. SIVAGANGA, town, India, xv. 192.

XIV. 616. SIRENS, of Greek mythology, XXII. SIVAGIRI, town, India, XXIII. 405. SKETCH DRAWING, VII. 451. 97.

SIVAITES, tribe, India, xv. 185. SKETCHES BY Boz, Dickens's work, vii. SIRGUJA, state, India, V. 768.

SIVAJI, Mahratta emperor, India, XII. 174. Siricius, pope, XXII. 98; XIX. 491. 795, 803; XV. 291.

SKEW ARCH, in bridges, II. 330. SIRIPUL, province, Afghanistan, I. 243. SIVAKASI, town, India, XXIII. 405. SKEW-BEVEL WHEELS, XV. 756. Siris, river and town, Lucania, Italy, Sivas, town, Turkey in Asia, XXII. 103; SKEW-SYMMETRY, in mathematics, XIX.

province, xxIII. 653.

797. BRONZES, ancient Greek work, SIVAVAKYAM, Tamil poems, XXIII. 44. SKIDDAW, mountain, England, vi. 697.

SIVERTSON, Sylvester, Norwegian poet, SKIDDY, bird, xx. 223. SIRMIUM (Mitrovic), ancient town, Lower

SKIEN Elv, river, Norway, XVII. 575. Pannonia, XVIII. 213. Siwa, oasis, Africa, xvii. 695.

SKIERNEWICE, town, Russian Poland, SIRMUR, state, Punjab, India, XXII. SIWALIK Hills, India, XI. 824, 827; XXIV. 375. 98.

XXI. 151.

SKIFF, boat, XXI. 31. SIROCCO Dust, in the atmosphere, x. SIWARD, the Strong, Northumbrian SKIMMER, bird, xxII. 120. 266.

earl, XVII. 571.

SKIN, Anatomy of the, 1. 897; effect SIROHI, state, India, XXII. 98; XX. 260; SIWAS, town, Turkey in Asia, XXII. 103. of bathing on, III. 439; cancer of, town, XXII. 98.

Six MEN'S SONG, early musical piece, XVIII. 382; colour of, as indication of SIROS (Seres), town, Turkey in Europe, XVII. 83.

race, II. 111; ingrafting of, XXIII. 21; XXI. 675.

SIXTINE CHAPEL, Rome, Michelangelo's formation of, on scars, XVIII. 366; SIRRHÆ (Seres), ancient town, Turkey, works in, XVI. 231.

sense of touch in, XXIII. 480. XXI. 675. Sixtus I.-Ill., popes, XXII. 103.

BOTTLES, IV. 167.

102.

XV. 37

XVI. 73.

XVII. 591.

SKIN DISEASES, XXII. 120; due to land, viii. 365; in Jamaica, XIII. 551; naturalist, XXII. 160; his bequest to

parasites, XVIII. 269; as result of Clarkson on, V. 813; Garrison's advo British Museum, XIV. 515. vaccination, xxiv. 26.

cacy of, x. 85; Wilberforce's part in, SLOBODSKOI, town, Russia, XXIV. 303. SKINK, lizard, xiv. 735.

XXIV. 565.

SLODTz, René Michel, French sculptor, SKINNER, John, Scottish clergyman SLAVES, XXII. 129; torture of, xxIII. XXII. 160. and song-writer, XXII. 124.

462; emancipation of, in Jamaica, XIII. SLOE, tree and fruit, XIX. 230. SKINS, furs, ix. 836, 837; for tanning, 551; colony of freed, in Sierra Leone, SLONIM, town, Russia, xxii. 161. XIV. 380, 384.

West Africa, XXII. 45.

SLOPPESBURY (Shrewsbury), Saxon SKIP, mining box, XVI. 456.

SLAVE TRADE, XXII. 137; American, as town, England, xxi. 845. SKIPETARS, or Albanians, people of affected by treaty of Utrecht, XXIII. SLOTH, edentate mammal, XXII. 161; Greece, XI. 83. 734; Clarkson on, v. 813.

XV. 384; its relation to the megatherSKIPTON, town, England, XXII. 124. SLAVONIA, with Croatia, crown-land, ium, xv. 829. SKIRRET, vegetable, XII. 288. Hungary, VI. 591.

BEAR, carnivorous mammal, xv. SKITTLES, game, XXII. 125.

SLAVONIANS, race of people, Europe, 442. SKIVERS, variety of leather, xiv. 388. XXII. 145; in Russia, XXI. 78.

SLOTTING MACHINE, XV. 156. SKJÆRGAARD, or Skärgård, island belt, SLAVONIC LANGUAGES, XVIII. 785; SLOUGH, town, England, xxII. 162.

Norway and Sweden, XVII. 576; XXII. XXII. 147; dictionaries of, vii. 188. SLOVAK LANGUAGE, XXII. 153; dic737. SLAVONIC LITERATURE, XXII. 149.

tionaries of, vii. 188. SKODA, Joseph, German physician, xv. SLAVS, European peoples, xxII. 145; SLOVAKS, Slav people, Moravia, xvI. 817. XIX. 285; in Germany, X. 480.

811; XXII. 145. SKOGSö, island, Norway, xiv. 769. SLAVYANSK, town, Russia, XXII. 154. SLOVENES, Slav people, Roumania, XXI. SKOPIN, town, Russia, xxi. 116. SLEDGE, Eskimo, vill. 545.

16; XXII. 145, 147. SKOPLIE, town, Turkey, XXIV. 17.

HAMMER, XI. 425; XVI. 445.

SLOVENISH LANGUAGE, XXII. 150; SKOPZI, Russian sect, VIII. 667.

SLEDGE-TRAVELLING, in Arctic ex dictionaries of, vii. 188. SKUA, bird, XXII. 125.

plorations, XIX. 322.

SLOWACKI, Julius, Polish poet, xix. SKULL, or Cranial Skeleton, XXII. 113; SLEEP, XXII. 154; dreaming in, vii. 304.

XXIV. 181; Oken’s vertebral theory 452; hypnotic, XV. 278; of Endymion, Slow-WORM, lizard, xiv. 735. of, xvII. 751; anatomy of, in man, 1. in Greek mythology, VIII. 205. SLUBBING FRAME, cotton machine, vi. 822; its shape as indication of race, SLEEPERS, Railway, XX. 242.

494. II. III; of Amphibia, l. 753; of apes, SLEEPLESSNESS, XXII. 157.

SLUDGE, sewage product, XXI. 712. 11. 157; of birds, III. 700; of fishes, SLEIDANUS, John, German annalist of SLUG, mollusc, xvi. 646, 660; XXII. XII. 641 ; of mammals, xv. 355; of the Reformation, XXII. 158.

187. reptiles, XX. 449.

SLEIGHT OF HAND, XIV. 414; xv. SLUTER, Claux, Netherlands sculptor, SKUNK, carnivorous mammal, XXII. 207.

XXI. 563. 125; XV. 439; skins of, ix. 839. SLESVIG (Schleswig, q.v.), XXI. 413. SLUTSK, town, Russia, XXII, 162. SKUPSHTINA, Servian legislature, XXI. town, Prussia, XXI. 413.

Sluys, Holland, Battle of (1340), 1x. 687.

SLIDE MOUNTAIN, Catskills, U.S.A., 546; XVII. 279. SKUTTERUDITE, mineral, XVI. 391.

XXIII. 793.

SMALKALD (Schmalkalden), town, PrusSKVIRA, town, Russia, XXII. 126; XIV.69.SLIDE-REST, machine, xv. 153.

sia, xxi. 416; articles of (1536), VI. Sky, Worship of the, XVII. 138, 153; SLIDING CONTACT, in applied mech 564. XXIV. 782. anics, xv. 756.

LEAGUE (1531), V. 415; X. 498; SKYE, island, Scotland, XXII. 127. SLIEMA, suburb of Valetta, Malta, xv. xv. 83; XX. 333. SKYLARK, bird, xiv. 314.

340.

SMALLAGE, wild celery, V. 290. SKY-ROCKET, in pyrotechny, xx. 136. SLIEVEBAWN MOUNTAINS, Ireland, xx. SMALLPoX, disease, xxII. 162; XVIII. SLADEK, Joseph V., Bohemian poet,

850.

404; in relation to vaccination, XXIV. XXII. 152.

SLIEVE BLOOM MOUNTAINS, Ireland, 28; XIII. 623; quarantine for, XX. SLAG, of ores, XVI. 62; of iron, XIII. 292,

XX. 170.

156. 307.

SLIEVE DONARD, mountain, Ireland, SMALTINE, mineral, vi. 81; XVI. 390. SLAGELSE, town, Denmark, xxiv. 771.

XIII. 215.

SMALTS, mineral, vi. 82. SLANDER, in law, XIV. 505.

Sligo, county and town, Ireland, XXII. SMARAGDUS MEDICUS, of Pliny, SLATE, argillaceous rock, XXII. 127; 159.

mineral, xv. 315. X. 238; strength of, XXII. 603; quar SLIM MOUNTAINS, Malay Peninsula, SMART, Christopher, English poet, XXII. ries, XVI. 454; XXII. 128.

164. SLATER-WORK, in building, IV. 500. SLINGSBY PAPERS, Willis's, xxiv. 588. John, his valuation tables, II. 74. SLATE-SPAR, mineral, xvi. 397. SLIP, Harbour, XI. 470.

SMEATON, John, English civil engineer, SLAVANSK, town, Russia, xiv. 57.

in pottery, xix. 601.

XXII. 165; xiv. 616; his diving-bell, SLAVE COAST, West Africa, I. 269. SLIPPERS, XXI. 830. SLAVERY, XXII. 129; in relation to SLIVEN, town, East Roumelia, Turkey, SMECTYMNUUS, Puritan pamphlet, XVI. labour, xiv. 165; of Negroes, XVII. XXII. 160.

328; IV. 652. 319; ancient, xix. 348; in Barbados, SLIVNO (Sliven), town, East Roumelia, SMELL, XXII. 165; in relation to taste, 111. 361; in Ireland and Scotland, v. Turkey, XXII. 160; department, XXI. XXIII. 8o; nerve of, 1. 885; in bees, 800; in Siam, xxi. 852; in United

III. 488; organs of, in Amphibia, I. States, xxIII. 747, 752, 757, 763, 769, SLIVOVITZA, spirituous liquor, xvIII. 768; in birds, III. 725; in Crustacea, 781, 821; Jefferson's opposition to, 692; XXI. 687.

VI. 639; in fishes, XII. 652; in mamXIII. 615.

SLOAN-DUPLOYAN SYSTEM, of short mals, xv. 367; in reptiles, XX. 462. -, Abolition of, by European and hand, xxi. 840.

SMELLIE, William, editor of ist edition American states, XXII. 141; by Eng. SLOANE, Sir Hans, Irish physician and of Encyclopædia Britannica, VIII. 200.

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SMELT, fish, XXI. 221, 223, 225. SMITHFIELD MARKET, London, xiv. | SNIADECKI, John, Polish philosopher, SMELTING, of metals, xvi. 58; of iron, 828, 845.

XIX. 306. XIII. 291.

SMITHSON, Sir Hugh, duke of North- SINPE, bird, xxII. 200; shooting, xxi. SMERDIS, son of Cyrus, xvIII. 567. umberland, XVIII. 523.

The False, Persian king, XVIII. 568. Miss, Irish actress, III. 598. SNOB PAPERS, Thackeray's, XXIII. 214. SMETHWICK, town, England, XXII. 168. SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, Washing- SNOILSKY, Count Karl, Swedish poet, SMEW, bird, xvi. 35.

ton, U.S.A., XXII. 223; XXIV. 384. XXII. 758. SMIKITE, mineral, xvi. 401.

SMITHSONITE, mineral, xvi. 398. SNORING, abnormal form of respiration, SMIL of Pardubitz, Bohemian writer, SMITH-WORK, in building, iv. 510.

XX. 479.
XXII. 151.
SMOKE, of London, xiv. 827.

SNORRO STURLUSON, Icelandic histoSMILAX, genus of plants, XXI. 313.

ABATEMENT, XXII. 179.

rian, XXII. 201; VII. 649; XII. 622, SMIRKE, Robert, English painter, XXII. SMOKING, of tobacco, XXIII. 423; pipes 625; XXI. 368. 168.

for, xix. 110.

SNOTINGAHAM (Nottingham), ancient SMITH, Adam, Scottish political econo SMOKY MOUNTAINS, North Carolina, town, England, xvII. 600. mist and ethical philosopher, XXII. U.S.A., XVII. 559.

Snow, in meteorology, XVI. 154; gco169; XIX. 365; his maxims of taxation, SMÖLEN, island, Norway, XVII. 576. logical effects of, x. 280. XXIII. 85; his place in English litera SMOLENSK, government, Russia, xxII. SNOWBALL TREE, XI. 244. ture, VIII. 429; his Theory of Moral 183; as principality, xxi. 89; town, SNOWDON, mountain, Wales, V. 118. Sentiments, viii. 602.

XXII. 183.

SNOWDROP, plant, XXII. 201. Albert, English humorist, XXII. SMOLLETT, Tobias George, Scottish TREE, II. 320. 171.

novelist, XXII. 183; as satirist, XXI. SNOW-GAUGE, Glaisher's, XX. 257. Alexander, Scottish poet, XXII. 172 320; his place in English literature, SNOW-LINE, VI. 2; X. 280, 627; XVI. Barnabas, stepfather of Sir Isaac VIII. 431.

154; of Himalayas, XI. 830. Newton, XVII. 438.

SMOLT, young salmon, XVIII. 320; XXI. SNOW-SHOES, XXII. 201. - Bernard, English organ-builder, 224.

SNUFF, XXIII. 426; adulteration of, 1. XVII. 837.

SMUGGLING, XXII. 185; in relation to 174. Brough, on Australian geology, III. taxation, xxIII. 86.

SNYDERS, Franz, Flemish painter, XXII. 108.

SMYRNA, town, Asia Minor, XXII. 185; Charles Michie, his improvement coins of, xvII. 647; province, XXIII. SOAP, XXII. 202; action of water on, of the rain-gauge, XX. 257. 653

XXIV. 399; scented, xvIII. 526. C. Roach, on ancient London, Xiv. Epistle of the Church at, on Poly- SOAP-BARK, XXII. 204. 841.

carp's martyrdom, XIX. 415.

SOAP-BUBBLE, Surface-tension of, v. 65. Colvin, Scottish painter, XXII. 172. SMYTH'S OBSERVATORY, Bedford, Eng SOAP NUT, XVII. 665. Edmund, English writer, XVIII. land, XVII. 711.

SOAP POWDER, XXII. 204. 755.

SNAEFELL, mountain, Isle of Man, xv. SOAP-TREE OIL, XVII. 744. George, on the Babylonian cos 450.

SOAR, river, England, xvII. 598. mogonies, VI. 446.

SNAIL, mollusc, XXII. 187; XVI. 646, SOBA, town, ancient Palestine, XIII. Henry John Stephen, mathema 660; development of the river-snail,

405. tician, XXII. 172.

XVI. 638.

SOBAT, affluent of Nile, Africa, xvII. Horace, joint-author of Rejected SNAKE-BIRD, XXII. 188.

507, 508. Addresses, XXII. 173.

SNAKE-BITE, Number of deaths from, SOBBING, abnormal form of respiration, James, joint-author of Rejected XXII. 191. Addresses, XXII. 173. SNAKE-FLY, XIII. 151.

SOBIESKI, John III., king of Poland, James, of Deanston, his system of SNAKE ISLAND, West Indies, II. 46; XIII. 714; XIX. 295; defeat of the draining, 1. 304, 331. XXIV. 261.

Turks by (1683), XIV. 466. Captain John, English traveller SNAKE-NUT, XVII. 664.

SOBOLES, underground stem of plants, and adventurer, XXII. 173; XV. 301. SNAKE-POISON, XXII. 191.

IV. 98. John Raphael, English painter SNAKE RIVER, Oregon and Washington SOBRANIYE, provincial assembly, Russia, and mezzotint engraver, XXII. 176. Territory, U.S.A., XVII. 822; xxiv.

XXI. 70. Joseph, founder of the Mormons, 386.

SOBRAON, India, Battle of (1846), xx. XVI. 825.

SNAKE-Root, plant, XXII. 189. Leigh, Arctic explorer, XIX. 325. SNAKES, order of reptiles, xxII. 189; SOCAGE, land tenure, XXII. 204; XX. 305.

Robert Angus, on the constituent classification of, xx. 439, 445; olfac SOC AND SAC, Cinque Port right, V. gases of the atmosphere, III. 35.

tory organs of, XXII. 166; reproduc 786. Sydney, English moralist and tion of, xx. 409; Aristotle on, xx. SOCCINI (Socinus, q.v.), XXII. 228. critic, XXII. 177.

432.

SOCCOLANTES, Franciscan monks, ix. Sir Thomas, English scholar and SNAKE-STONE, XXII. 199.

699. diplomatist, XXII. 178.

SNEEK, town, Netherlands, XXII. 199. SOCHACZEW, town, Russian Poland, William, English geologist, XXII. SNEEZING, abnormal form of respira XXIV. 375 178.

tion, XX. 479.

SOCHAN, river, Central Asia, XVIII. 103. William, of Woolston, English SNELL (Snellius), Willebrord, Dutch SOCIABLE GROSBEAK, bird, XXIV. 463. agriculturist, I. 314.

astronomer, XXII. 199; his measurement SOCIAL DEMOCRATS, German political William, Lollard ascetic, xiv. 811. of arc of meridian, vii. 597; his con party, XXII. 215.

William Henry, English moralist, tributions to navigation, XVII. 255; on SOCIALISM, XXII. 205; VI. 211; its XXII. 179. squaring the circle, XXII. 434.

economic aspects, XIX. 393; failures of, William Sidney, English SNEYD, Honora, Major André's love for, VI. 219; in Germany, X. 513; xiv. admiral, XXII. 179.

321; Fourier's system, IX. 489; Owen's

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XX. 479.

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XV. 229.

promotion of, xvIII. 87; Proudhon's | SODOMA, or Sodona, Il (Giannantonio Herschel on its motion in space, XI. ideas, xix. 867; Rodbertus's system, Bazzi), Italian painter, XXII. 245. 767. XX. 616; Saint-Simon's teachings, SODOR AND MAN, Bishopric of, xiv. SOLAR TIDES, XXIII. 354, 365, 368. XXI. 197; Saint-Simonism in France, 694; XV. 453; origin of the title, XI. SOLAR ZODIAC, XXIV. 791. VIII. 211; Stoic doctrine of, XXII. 569. 607.

SOLDAN, Mariano Felipe Paz, Peruvian SOCIALISTIC FEELINGS, in psychology, Soest, town, Westphalia, Prussia, XXII. geographer, XVIII. 675. XX. 70.

245.

SOLDER, metallic cement, XXII. 249. SOCIETAS, in Roman law, xvIII. 329. SEUR, Hubert le, French sculptor, XXI. SOLDIER-BIRD, XII. 139.. SOCIETIES, Scientific, archæological, and 560.

SOLDIERS, Training of, xxiv. 353; diet literary, XXII. 221; Bible, III. 649; SOFALA, town, East Africa, XXII. 246; for, VII. 212. See Army. missionary, XVI. 515; tract, xxi. I. 270; XVII. 7.

Sole, in architecture, II. 473. 494. See also Guild.

SOFFIONI, mineral water jets, Italy, fish, XXII. 249. SOCIETY, Robertson's drama, xx. 598. XXIV. 399.

SOLECISM, in speech, XXII. 251. Royal, of London, XXI. 38. SOFIA, town, Bulgaria, XXII. 246. SOLEIMAN, Moorish caliph, in Spain, ISLANDS, Pacific Ocean, XXIII. 22. Sofis, or Sufis, Mohammedan sect, vii.

XXII. 315. OF JESUS, or Jesuits (q.v.), XIII. 645. 113; XXII. 662. See also Sufism. SOLEMN LEAGUE AND COVENANT SOCINIANISM, theological doctrine, XIII. SOFIYSK, town, Eastern Siberia, xv. (1643), in Scotland, vi. 530; XI. 651; 671. 549.

XXI. 512, 513. SOCINUS, or Sozini, Fausto Paolo, SOFT SOAP, XXII. 204.

SOLENODONTIDÆ, family of insectiItalian theologian, XXII. 229; in SOGDIANA, province, ancient Persia, vorous mammals, XV. 404. Poland, XXIII. 725.

XXII. 246; IV. 2; XVIII. 101, 583, 586, SOLENOID, electromagnetic apparatus, Lelio Francesco Maria, Italian

592; XXIV.

781; conquest of, by VIII. 71; solenoidal magnetization, theologian, XXII. 228.

Alexander, xv. 141. SOCIOLOGY, science of the development SOGNE FJORD, Norway, XVII. 576. SOLEURE (Solothurn), canton, Switzerof society, viII. 619; XVIII. 796; XIX. SOHAR, town, Arabia, XXII. 246.

land, XXII. 250, 788; town, XXII. 347; Comte's conceptions of, vi. 235; SOHO, Birmingham, England, manu 250. in relation to statistics, XXII. 464; factory of steam-engines at, III. 785; SOLFERINO, Italy, Battle of (1859), III. societies, XXII. 226. IV. 172.

139; IX. 624; XIII. 490. SOCORRO, town, New Mexico, U.S.A., Soil, in agriculture, 1. 306; drainage of, Soli, ancient town, Asia Minor, xxII. XXII. 231.

1. 328; for gardens, XII. 217, 232; in 250. Socotra, island, Indian Ocean, xxII. relation to manure, xv. 506; produc- SOLICITOR, legal practitioner, XXII. 251; 231; 272.

tion of, X. 265; chemistry of soils, III. 62. SOCRATES, Greek philosopher, XXII. XIV. 567.

SOLICITOR-GENERAL, legal officer, 231; his views of the beautiful, 1. 215; Soil-Pipes, for sewage, XXI. 715.

XXII. 251; III. 63. his ethical teaching, VIII. 577 ; his Soils, Chemistry of, xiv. 567.

SOLID, SOLIDs, distinguished from logic, xiv. 784; his philosophy, XVI. SOISSONS, town, France, XXII. 247; fluids, XIX. 240 ; 310; XII. 81; in relation to Plato, XIX. 194, congress of (1727), VI. 270.

439; rigid, statics of a, XV. 728, 198; his relation to scepticism, XXI. SOKEMAN, Free, Law of inheritance

732. 379; to the sophists, XXII. 263; Xeno from, xix. 734.

SOLIDs, in mathematics, Cubature of, phon's Memorabilia of, xxiv. 721. SOKNA, town, Fezzan, Africa, ix. 130. XIII. 53; mensuration of, XVI. 22.

Byzantine church historian, XXII. SOKOLNIKI, forest, Russia, XVI. 859. SOLIDUS, coin, XVII. 655. 238; compared with Sozomen, xxII. SOKOTO, kingdom and town, Central SOLIHULL, town, England, XXIV. 292. Africa, XXII. 248, 279.

379. SOCRATICS, school of Greek philosophy, SOKOTOFF, town, Russian Poland, XXII.

SOLIKAMSK, town, Russia, XVIII. 550. XXII. 237, 266.

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SOLIMAN, or Sulaiman, shah of Persia, SODA, sodium oxide, XXII. 240; salts SOLAIMAN, Omayyad caliph, xvi. 574. XVIII. 639. of, XVIII. 92; nitrate of, xvII. 517; | SOLAN GOOSE, bird, x. 70.

or Suleyman, I., Turkish sultan, deposits of nitrate in Peru, XVIII. 675; SOLANIA, vegetable alkaloid, XVII. 499. XXII. 251; XXIII. 643; his dealings as manure, XV. 509. SOLANI RIVER, India, Aqueduct across,

with Persia, xvIII. 636. Washing, XXII. 243.

II., Turkish sultan, XXIII. 645. SODA-ALUM, I. 645.

SOLANO, missionary to Paraguay, XVIII. SOLIMOENS, or Amazon, river, South SODALITE, mineral, XVI. 412.

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America, I. 654, 674; IV. 221.
SODA-MICA, mineral, XVI. 413.
SOLANUM, genus of plants, XVII. 499; SOLINGEN, town, Rhenish

Prussia, SODEN, spa, Germany, XVI. 434.

XIX. 593, 595.

XXII. 251. Julius von, German economist, SOLAR CYCLE, IV. 669.

SOLINUS, Salmasius's notes on, xxi. XIX. 387.

SOLAR DAY, II. 771. SODERINI, Piero, gonfalonier, Florence, SOLARIO, Andrea, Italian painter, xxi. Solis, Antonio de, Spanish dramatist XV. 147; XIX. 121. 437.

and historian, XXII. 251. SÖDERMANLAND, county, Sweden, XXII. Antonio, Neapolitan painter, XXII. Juan Diaz de, explorer of River 741. 249.

Plate, II. 488; XXIV. 16. SODIUM, chemical element, xxII. 240; SOLAR PARALLAX, XVIII. 245.

Virgil, Nuremberg metal-worker, V. 524; chlorate of, its enantiomor- SOLAR RADIATION, XVI. 116.

XIX. 184. phism, xix. 314; chloride, XXI. 228; SOLAR STEARIN, product from lard, - Rio de (River Plate), South cyanide of, xx. 23; sulphate of, x. XIV. 312.

America, xix. 187. 675; as plant food, XIX. 49.

SOLAR SYSTEM, 11. 778; XXII. 650; SOLITAIRE, bird of Réunion, 111. 732. SODOM, ancient town, Pales

nebular theory of, XVII. 310; influ- SOLITARY CONFINEMENT, for prisoners, xv. 8, xvIII. 803. ence of tidal friction on, XXIII. 380;

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