Oldalképek
PDF
ePub
[ocr errors]

21.

220.

TCHERNAYA, river, Crimea, Russia, XXI. TEATE, town, Italy, v. 615.

TEHUANTEPEC, isthmus

and town, 616.

TEATS, Number of, in different animals, Mexico, XXIII. III. TCHERNIGOFF, government, Russia,

XVI. 301.

TEIA, or Teias, Gothic king, XIII. 467; XXIII. 96; principality of, xxi. 89; TEAZING, of wool, xxiv. 657.

XVII. 233. town, XXIII. 96.

TEBBUTT'S OBSERVATORY, Windsor, TEIGNMOUTH, town, England, XXIII.
TCHERNOMORSK, government, Russia, New South Wales, XVII. 716.
XXIII. 97

TEBESSA, plateau, Tunis, XXIII. 620. TEikovo, town, Russia, xxi. 849.
TCHETCHENIANS, or Tchetchens, Cau- TEBRUK, harbour, Tripoli, North Africa, TEINDS, in Scots law, xxIII. 413.
casian tribe, v. 258; XIV. 475.
XXIII. 575.

TEIR, islet, Red Sea, xx. 316.
TCHIGIRIN, town, Russia, xiv. 69. Tech, river, France, xx. 128.

TEISPES, Persian king, xvIII. 565. TCHIKISHLYAR, town, Transcaspian TECHNICAL EDUCATION, XXIII. 105. TEITH, river, Scotland, xviii. 666. Region, Russia, XXIII. 513.

TECTIBRANCHIATA, section of Mollusca, TEJEN, oasis, Transcaspian Region, TCHINAZ, town, Syr-Daria, Central XVI. 655.

Russia, XXIII. 512. Asia, xxII. 819, 821.

TECTOLOGY, branch of morphology, TEJEND, or Tejen, river, Merv, XVI. 43. TCHIRA, town, Turkestan, xiv. 67. XVI. 842.

TEJO, or Tagus, river, Portugal, xxIII. TCHISTOPOL, town, Russia, xxIII. 97; TECTONA, genus of trees, XXIII. 103. XIV. 20.

TECTOSAGES, tribe of people, Asia Minor, TEJUCO (Diamantina), town, Brazil, VII. TCHITA, town, Transbaikalia, Siberia, X. 18.

162. XXIII. 97; XVII. 352.

TECUMSEH, American-Indian chief, TEKIR (Cnidus), town, Asia Minor, Vi. TCHOLYM TARTARS, XXIII. 70.

XXIII. 759.

44. TCHORNAYA, river, Crimea, Russia, TEDA, tribe, North Central Africa, TEKKES, Turcoman tribes, xvi. 42; XXI. 616. XXIII. 334.

XXIII. 661. TCHOTKAL MOUNTAINS, Russian Turk- TEDDINGTON, town, England, xxIII. TEKTAMISH, division of Turkomans, estan, XXII. 819.

XVI. 43. TCHOU MA, Chinese rhea fibre, xx. 506. TE DEUM, ancient hymn, XII. 581; | TELAV, town, Transcaucasia, Russia, TCHU, river, Syr-Daria, Asia, XXII. Handel's settings of, XI. 435; XX. 113; XXIII. 514. 819.

Purcell's, XX. 113.

TELCHINES, mythical people, Rhodes, TCHUDIS, people, Russia, XVII. 764. TEEN WANG, emperor of China, v. XX. 526. TCHUGUEFF, town, Russia, XIV. 57. 652.

TELECLES, Greek sculptor, II. 347. TCHUKTCHIS, Siberian people, XII. TEEs, river, England, xxiv. 746; im- TELEDU, carnivorous mammal, xv. 440. 822; XIX. 329; XXII. 9.

provement works on, xx. 579. TELEGONUS, in Greek legend, xxIII. TCHULYM TARTARS, XXIII. 70.

TEESWATER, breed of cattle, 1. 387. 671. TCHUSOVAYA, river, Russia, XXIV. 279. SHEEP, I. 392.

TELEGRAPH, XXIII. 112; invention of, TEA, XXIII. 97; resemblance of the plant TEETH, XXII. 107 ; human, vil. 232; 1. 746; Edgeworth's invention, VII.

to the camellia, iv. 738; adultera structure and diseases of, vii. 96, 97; 656; Wheatstone's inventions, xxiv. tions of, 1. 169, 170; cultivation of, in artificial, vii. 99; XIII. 523; of apes, 538; influence of, on commerce, Vi. Bengal, III. 568; its first importation II. 164; of fishes, X11.654; of the horse, 206; in Europe, VIII. 709; laying into England, v. 38; of Fuh-Keen, XII. 178; of mammals, xv. 349 (and ocean cables, XXII. 281; Anglo-Indian, China, v. 636; of Hoo-nan, China, v. article Mammalia throughout); of through Persia, XVIII. 652; postal, 637; of Keang-se, China, V. 635; of mastodon, xv. 622; of snakes, XXII. xix. 574; use of, in war, xxiv. 347; Kwang-tung, China, v. 639; of Po-urh 190; of vole, xxiv. 277; of walrus, Chappe's simple French, v. 397. Foo, China, v. 641; of India, XII. 750; XXIV. 337

PLANT, its spontaneous movements, of Assam, India, II. 720; on Hima of wheels, in mechanics, xv. 758, XIX. 61. layas, XI. 833

767; of clock wheels, Vi. 32.

TELEGRAPHY, Morse's system of, xvi. Paraguay (Maté), xv. 627 ; IV. TEETHING, in children, vii. 97.

847; heliographic, XI. 632. 227.

TEETOTAL SOCIETIES, XXIII. 159. TELEMACHUS, son of Odysseus, XVII. TEACHING. See Education and Schools. TEFF, herbaceous plant in Abyssinia, I. 729. TEA DRINKING, XXIII. 101.

63.

TÉLÉMAQUE, Fénelon's book, ix. 73. TEAK, tree, xxIII. 103; 11. 693; ix. TEFILLIN, Jewish prayer-thongs, XIX. I. TELEMETER, or Rangefinder, XXIII. 405; strength of the wood, xxII. 603. TEGEA, ancient town, Greece, XXIII.

126. TEAL, bird, xxIII. 105; VII. 506.

109; XV. 503.

TELEOLOGY, in theology, XXIII. 248; as Summer, bird, x. 80.

TEGGIANO, or Diano, town, Italy, vii. science of organic adaptations, viii. TE ANAU, Lake, New Zealand, xvii. 167.

753; XXIV. 802, 817; Kant's, xiii. 467.

TEGNÉR, Esaias, Swedish writer, XXIII. TEAPI (Rapanui), island, South Pacific, 110; XXII. 757.

TELEOSTEI, subclass of fishes, XII. 688. TEGUCIGALPA, department, Honduras, TELEPHONE, XXIII. 127; post-office, TEARS, Apparatus for the secretion

XII. 132.

XIX. 576. and conveyance of, 1. 891; diseases of TEGUMENTARY STRUCTURES, of Mam- TELEPHUS, founder of Pergamum, XVIII. lachrymal apparatus, xvII. 786. malia, xv. 347.

527 OF THE MUSES, Spenser's poem, | TEHAMAH, district, Arabia, 11. 237, 253. TELESCOPE, XXIII. 135; XIV. 594; XVII. XXII. 395.

TEHERAN, town, Persia, XXIII. III; 806; Galileo's invention of, 11. 753; X. TEA-SEED OIL, XVII. 744. XVIII. 626, 628.

31; micrometer for, XVI. 242; use of, TEASER, bird, XXII. 125.

TEH00, ancient town, Yucatan, XVI. 36. for surveying, xxII. 718; zenith, x. TEASLING, in woollen manufacture, | TEHRAN (Teheran), town, Persia, XXIII. 167; Sir Wm. Herschel's, XI. 766, 767; XXIV. 661. III; XVIII. 626, 628.

Rosse's, xx. 855. TEA TAX (1773), Agitation against, at | TEHRI (Orchha), native state, India, TELESINUS, C. Pontius, Samnite leader, Boston, U.S.A., XXIII. 739. XVII. 816.

XXI. 249.

854.

XX. 273.

II. 43

TELESIO, Bernardino, on evolution, viii. | TEMPERA, method of painting, XXIII. | TEMPLETON, James, his invention for 758. 157; XVII. 42.

carpet-weaving, V. 131. TELESPHORUS, bishop of Rome, XXIII. TEMPERAMENT, in music, xvii. 91. TEMPORAL POWER, of the popedom, its 154.

TEMPERANCE, one of the cardinal vir abolition, XIX. 508. TELESTEREOSCOPE, landscape stereo tues, in Plato's philosophy, viii. 580; TEMUCHIN, Mongol chief, xiii. 620. scope, XXII. 541.

in Socratic teaching, xxII. 237; 11. TENACITY, in minerals, xvi. 378; of TELFORD, Thomas, Scottish civil 677

iron and steel, XIII. 353. engineer, xxIII. 154; his designs for LEGISLATION, xiv. 688; in con TENAILLE, in fortification, IX. 434, aqueducts, II. 229; on roadmaking, nexion with Sunday observance, XXII. 437. XX. 582. 656.

TENAMPUA, Ruins of, Honduras, XII. TELL, district, North Africa, 1. 563; SOCIETIES, XXIII. 158.

131. XVII. 628.

TEMPERATURE, XI. 555; bodily son TENANCY, in law, XIV. 273. Wilhelm, Schiller's drama, XXI. sations of, xxIII. 482; of the human TENANT, his legal relations to his 398.

body, xvIII. 393; life conditioned by, landlord, xiv. 272, 268; of land, in William, Swiss hero, XXIII. 155. 111. 680; perception of, by bees, III. 487; England, xiv. 264; rent payable by,

William, Rossini's opera, XX. 861. its influence on movement of plants, XX. 402 ; homage rendered by, in TELLER, or Tallier, account keeper, xix. 62; absolute, XXII. 480; XXIII. feudal times, XIV. 114. XXIII. 29.

285; of blast furnaces, xiii. 314; its | TENANT-AT-WILL, I. 407, 411. Romanus, German Biblical scholar, effect on elasticity, vii. 813; of flames, TENANT-RIGHT, 1. 407; of copyholder, XXIII. 156.

IX. 283; as affected by height above VI. 356; in Ireland, xiv. 277. Wilhelm Abraham, German ra sea-level, vi. 2; effect on iron, XIII. TENASSERIM, division, Burmah, XXIII. tionalist, XXIII. 156; XX. 290.

279, 355; changes in length of struc 172; birds of, 111. 761. TELLEZ, Gabriel (Tirso de Molina), tures caused by, iv. 289; relations of, TENBURY, town, England, xxiv. 666. Spanish dramatist, XXIII. 157; VII. to magnetization, xv. 271; measure TENBY, town, Wales, XXIII. 172; XVIII. 421; XXII. 358.

ment of, XX. 129; effect on pendulums, 482. TELLICHERRI, town, India, XXIII. 157. VI. 16; effect on sound, 1. 103; its TENCH, fish, xxIII. 173; angling for, TELLIER, François Michel le, marquis relation to surface-tension, V. 71;

de Louvois, XV. 26; 11. 600; 1X. 576. effect on vapour, vill. 727; effect on TENCHEBRAI, France, Battle of (1106), TELLPÖss, mountain, Russia, xiv. 282. weighing and measuring, xxiv. 478; XI. 656; XVII. 544. TELLURIC ACID, V. 506.

atmospheric, XVI. 115; of lakes, Xiv. TEN COMMANDMENTS, The, VII. 15; TELLURIC BISMUTH, mineral, XVI. 218; of Baltic Sea, III. 295; in Hima

XIII. 399. 380.

layas, XI. 829; of Mediterranean Sea, TENDER, Legal, of payment, XVIII. TELLURITE, mineral, xvi. 388.

xv. 822; of Pacific Ocean, XVIII. 118; 441. TELLURIUM, chemical element, XXI. in Polar Regions, xix. 327; fluctua- TENDON, in anatomy, 1. 834; granu632; V. 498; XVI. 380, 393.

tions of, in United States, XXIII. 804. lations of, xvIII. 364. ALCOHOLS AND ETHERS, V. 553. TEMPERING, of steel, 11. 64; XIII. 352. TENDRE, Mont, Switzerland, XIII. 781. TELMESSUS, town, Asia Minor, XV. 93. TEMPEST, The, Shakespeare's play, XXI. TENDRILS, Twining of, xix. 6o. TELOK BETONG, town, Sumatra, XXII. 765.

TENERIFFE, one of the Canary Islands, 639. TEMPIO, town, Sardinia, XXI. 309.

I. 272; IV. 798; wine of, xxiv. 607. TELPHERAGE, mode of electric traction, TEMPLARS, Knights, military order, TENIERS, David, Flemish painter, XXIII. XXIII. 496. XXIII. 160; XVI. 709; their conflicts

173; XVIII. 58. TELUGU LANGUAGE, XII. 778; XVIII. with Knights Hospitallers, XXI. 174; TENIMBER (Timor Laut), island, Indian 779; XXIII. 41; dictionaries of, vii. suppression of, v. 821; VI. 631; sup Archipelago, XXIII. 398; XVI. 697. 191.

pression in England, viii. 317; sup- TENISON, Thomas, archbishop of CanTELUK ANSON, town, Perak, Straits pression in France, IX. 544.

terbury, XXIII. 175. Settlements, XXII. 587.

TEMPLE, TEMPLES, places of Worship, TENKASI, town, India, XXIII. 405. TEMA, Egyptian weight, xxiv. 486. XXIII. 165; of Herod, at Jerusalem, II. TENNANT, Smithson, English chemist, TEMBI, affluent of Niger, Africa, XVII. 393; XXIII. 168; of Solomon, at Jeru XVI. 63. 496.

salem, II. 392; XXIII. 166; of Zerub William, Scottish poet, XXIII. TEME, river, Wales, XX. 217.

babel at Jerusalem, XXIII. 167; of 175. TÉMÉRAIRE, The Fighting, Turner's Baalbec, 111. 177; of Babylonia, in. | TENNANTITE, mineral, xvi. 395. picture, XXI. 441; XXIII. 667.

189; of Egypt, 11. 388; VII. 776; of TENNANT'S SYSTEM, of fallowing, 1. TEMESVAR, town, Hungary, XXIII. Greece, 11. 403, 409; of India, 11. 394; 338. 157.

of Rome, II. 415, 418; xx. 816, 827; | TENNENT, Sir James Emerson, English TEMIMI, Ismael b. Muhammed, Druse of Peace, at Rome, III. 414; examples politician and traveller, XXIII. 176. teacher, VII. 484.

of, at Selinus, XXI. 633.

TENNESSEE, river, U.S.A., XXIII. 177. TEMIRSK, town, Russia, XXIV. 6.

Inner and Middle, legal societies, State, U.S.A., XXII. 176; opium TEMISCAMINGUE, Lake, Canada, xx. London, XIII. 87.

cultivation in, xvII. 792. 165.

Earl, his alleged identity with PASS, Rocky Mountains, U.S.A., TEMMINCK, Konrad Jacob, Dutch Junius, XIII. 777.

XXII. 796. ornithologist, XXIII. 157; on birds, Henry John, Viscount Palmerston TENNIEL, John, English caricaturist, XVIII. II, 14.

(q.v.), XVIII. 193.
TEMNIKOFF, town, Russia, XXIII. 41. Sir William, English diplomatist" TENNIS, game, XXIII. 179.
TEMNUS, Mount, Mysia, Asia Minor, and writer, xxIII. 171; XIX. 357; his Lawn, game, xxIII. 181.
XVII. 122.

relations with Swift, XXII. 762. TENOCHTITLAN (Mexico), ancient town, TEMPE, Vale of, Greece, XXIII: 298.

BAR, London, xiv. 845.

Mexico, XVI. 209. TEMPEL'S COMET, VI. 192, 193.

HILL, Jerusalem, XIII. 639. TENORITE, mineral, xvi. 385.

V. 105.

[ocr errors]

XI. I.

A

TENOS, island, Ægean Sea, Pilgrimages XVI. 2; his place in Roman literature, | TERRIER, dog, vii. 331.
to, XIX. 95.

XX. 718.

TERROR, Reign of, in France, ix. 606;
TEN-PINS, American game, iv. 180. TERENTIUS MAXIMUS, Parthian pre XX. 603.
TENREC, or Ground Hog, of Mada tender, XVIII. 603.

TERSATICA (Fiume), ancient town,
gascar, XI. 610; XV. 404.
TEREPHTHALIC ACID, XVIII. 855.

Liburnia, IX. 273.
TEN SEPHIROTH, of Kabbalah, XIII. 811. TEREs, Thracian king, XXIII. 318. TERSTEEGEN, Gerhard, German religious
TENSIFT, river, Morocco, XVI. 832. TERESA, or Theresa (q.v.), Spanish saint, writer, XXIII. 195; as hymn-writer,
TENSION, in electricity, Vill. 60.

XXIII. 281.

XII. 588.
in mechanics, XV.739; effect of, on TERGESTE (Trieste), ancient town, Illy TERTIARIES, order of monks and nuns,
magnetization, xv. 269; fracture by, ricum, XXIII. 560.

IX. 700.
XXII. 601.

TER GOES, town, Holland, x. 720. TERTIARY PERIOD, in geology, X. 360;
Stoic doctrine of, xxII. 563. TER GOUWE (Gouda), town, Holland, distribution of animals in, VII. 275.
Surface, of liquids, v. 56.

TERTULLIAN (Quintus Septimius
TENT, XXIII. 183.

TERLIZZI, town, Italy, XXIII. 188. Florens Tertullianus), early church
wine (tinto), xxiv. 607.
TERM, in law, XXIII. 188.

writer, XXIII. 196; XVI. 776; on the
TENTE D' ABRI, of French army, XXIII. TERMES, I. 260. See Termites.

canon, v. 8; creed of, vi. 559.
183.

TERMESSUS, town, Asia Minor, XIX. 130. TERUDANT, town, Morocco, XVI. 834.
TENTERDEN, town, England, xiv. 39. TERMEZ, town, Central Asia, XII. 3. TERUEL, province and town, Spain,
TEN THOUSAND, Retreat of the, XVIII. TERMILÆ, tribe, Asia Minor, XV. 92. XXIII. 198.
577; XXIV. 720.

TERMINABLE ANNUITIES, public loans, TESCHEN, town, Austria, xxIII. 198;
TEN THOUSAND YEAR, Warren's
XVII. 244.

peace of (1779), ix. 594.
novel, XXIV. 373.

TERMINER, Oyer and, in English law, TESHUFIN, or Tashufin, Yusuf ibn,
TENTYRA (Denderah), ancient town, XVIII. 106.

Moorish leader in Spain, I. 595; XIX.
Egypt, vil. 77.

TERMINI, town, Sicily, XXIII. 188. 539; XXII. 316.
TENURE, of land, 1. 406; XIV. 259; XX. of railways, XX. 234.

TESHU-LUMBO, monastery,

Tibet,
307; in Ireland, xiii. 218; burgage, TERMINILLO, Monte, mountain, Italy,

XXIII. 340.
IV. 532; feudal, xiv. 114; servile, I. XIII. 438.

TESSERACONTERES, ancient Greek ship,
414; Littleton on the law of, XIV. 704. TERMITES, or White Ants, I. 260; II. 99; XXI. 806, 807.
TEN YEARS' CONFLICT, The, in Scottish XIII. 146, 152.

TESSIN (Ticino, q.v.), canton, Switzer-
Church, ix. 743.

TERMITIDÆ, group of insects, XIII. 152. land, xxIII. 351.
TEOCALLIS, ancient temples, Mexico, 1. | TERMONDE (Dendermonde), town, Bel Karl Gustaf, Swedish philosopher,
695; II. 450.
gium, VII. 78.

XXII. 755.
Teos, Coins of, xvii. 647.
TERN, bird, xxIII. 189.

TESTACCIO, Monte, Rome, XX. 831;
TEPANECS, people, ancient Mexico, XVI. TERNATE, island and town, Indian games at, V. 121.
209.

Archipelago, xxII. 189.

Test ACTS, English, xxIII. 199; VIII.
TEPHROITE, mineral, xvi. 410.

residency, Dutch East Indies, v. 349, 352.
TEPLITZ, town and spa, Bohemia, XXIII. 289; XXIII. 189.

TESTAMENT, in law, XXIV. 570; in
183; XVI. 433.

TERNEPLATE, coated iron-plate, XIII. Roman law, xx. 674, 691, 706, 713.
TEPLOS-12, mountain, Russia, XXIV. 4. 357.

Old and New, Canon of the, v. 1,
TEPPUKULAM, tank, Madura, India, xv. TERNI, town, Italy, XXIII. 190.

7. See also Bible.
193.

TERNSTRÖMIACIÆ, order of plants, TESTATOR, in law, xxiv. 571.
TERAGAI, father of Timur, XXIII. 399. XXIII. 97.

TESTIMONY, Probability of, xix. 777.
TERAMO, town, Italy, XXIII. 184. TERPANDER, Lesbian poet and musician, OF THE Rocks, Hugh Miller's
TERAPHIM, of Scripture, XXIII. 184. XXIII. 190; on Greek music, XVII. 78. work, XVI. 320.
TERATOLOGY, Animal, branch of mor TERPENES, series of hydrocarbons, v. TESTING MACHINES, for determining
phology, XVI. 762.
559; XVII. 748.

strength of materials, XXII. 596.
TERBIUM, earth metal, XIV. 292; spec TERPSICHORE, Muse of the dance, TESTKY, France, Battle of (687), ix.
trum of, xxII. 376.
XVII. 74.

531.
TERBURG, Gerard, Dutch painter, XXIII. TERRACINA, town, Italy, XXIII. 190. TESTUDINIDÆ, family of chelonian
184.

TERRA-COTTA, decorative clay-work, reptiles, XXIII. 457.
TERCEIRA, island, Azores, 111. 171; XXIII. 190; Assyrian, II. 399; Etruscan, TESTUDO, genus of chelonian reptiles,
battle off (1582), V. 351.

viii. 641, 643; Japanese, XIII. 590. XXIII. 452, 456, 457.
Duke of, Portuguese statesman, TERRA DI BARI, province and town, TET, river, France, XX. 128.
XIX. 553.

Italy, III. 374.

TETANUS, disease, XXIII. 199; XVIII.
TEREBINTH, tree, XXIII. 669.

TERRA DI LAVORO, plain, Italy, XIII. 391; production of, XIX. 25.
TEREBRANTIA, group of insects, XIII. 439.

TETE, district, East Africa, XVII. 7;
148.

TERRA JAPONICA, or Black Catechu, v. town, XXIV. 765.
TEREBRATULIDÆ, family of Brachio-

TÊTE-DE-PONT, in fortification, IX.
poda, IV. 194; XIX. 440.

TERRANOVA, town, Sicily, XXIII, 195. 435.
TEREDO, genus of Mollusca, xxIII. 184; TERRAPIN, reptile, XXIII. 455, 458. TEThys, genus of Mollusca, XVI. 657.
XVI. 685.

TERRA SIGILLATA, medicinal earth, xiv. | TETIAROA, island, Tahiti Archipelago,
TEREK, government, Russia, XXIII. 186. 436.

XXIII. 22.
river, Caucasus, V. 254; XXI. 74; TERRE HAUTE, town, Indiana, U.S.A., TETNULD, mountain, Caucasus, V. 253.
XXIII. 186.

XXIII. 195.

TETOUAN, or Tetuan, town, Morocco,
TERELLA, spherical magnet, XV. 222. TERRESTRIAL MAGNETISM, XVI. 159. XVI. 830; XXIII. 200.
TERENCE, Roman dramatist, XXIII. 186; TERRIBLE, Mont, Switzerland, XIII. 782. | TETRABRANCHIATA, order of Mollusca,
VII. 411; his obligations to Menander, TERRICOLÆ, earthworms, XXIV. 677. XVI. 668.

XXV. 55

220.

[ocr errors]

2II.

222.

200.

on

TETRACHORDS, in Greek music, XVII. 78. TEXTURES, or Tissues, XII. 4; in man, | THATCHING, for buildings, IV. 501.
TETRACTINELLIDA, tribe of sponges, 1. 842; vegetable, XII. 10.

THAUMACI, town, Thessaly, Greece,
XXII. 421.

TEYDE, Pico de, mountain, Canary XXIII. 299.
TETRADYMITE, mineral, III. 790; XVI. Islands, IV. 798.

THAUMATROPE, Plateau's invention,
380.
TEZA, town, Morocco, XVI. 834.

XIX. 189.
TETRAGRAMMATON, of the Kabbalah, TEZCATLIPOCA, Mexican deity, XVI. THAUMATURGUS, St Gregory, XI. 181;
XIII. 812.

VI. 559; XVIII. 486.
TETRAHEDRITE, mineral, vi. 347; XVI. TEZCuco, ancient town, Mexico, XVI. THAUN, Philippe de, early French
395.
209, 210.

writer, 1x. 643; on birds, XVIII. 3.
TETRAHEDRON, in geometry, X. 388. THACKERAY,

William Makepeace, THAYETMYO, district, Burmah, xxIII.
TETRALOGY, in Greek drama, VII. 406; English novelist and critic, XXIII.
in Greek rhetoric, xx. 509.
214; as satirist, XXI. 320.

THEA, genus of shrubs, XXIII. 97.
TETRAMERA, group of insects, Vi. 133; THADDEUS OF WARSAW, Miss Porter's THEÆTETUS, dialogue of Plato, XIX.
XIII. 149.
work, XIX. 527

207.
TETRANE, hydrocarbon, V. 558.

THAIS, Menander's comedy, XVI. 2. THEAGENES, tyrant of Megara, xv.
TETRANYCHI, family of acarids, XVI.528. | THALASSICOLLA, genus of Protozoa, 828.
TETRAOGALLUS, genus of birds, XVIII. XIX. 849.

THEATINES, monastic order, XVI. 711;
333.

THALBERG, Sigismond, Italian pianist XXIII. 547.
TETRAPHYLLIDÆ, family of tape-worms, and composer, XXIII. 217.

THEATRE, THEATRES, XXIII. 222; of
XXIII. 54.
THALEICHTHYS, genus of fishes, XXI. Aspendus, Asia Minor, II.

715;
TETRAPLA, Origen's work, XVII. 840. 221, 224.

Chinese, v. 666; Dionysiac, at Athens,
TETRAPTURUS, genus of fishes, xxII. THALÉN, his experiments in magnetism, 111. 3; English, VII. 428; English, in
804.

XV. 254; his spectroscopic observa time of Elizabeth, VIII. 419; English,
TETRARCH, ancient ruler's title, xxIII. tions, XXII. 377.

under the Puritans, Vii. 433; English,
THALES of Miletus, Greek astronomer modern, VII. 439; of London, in time
TETRARHYNCHIDÆ, family of tape and philosopher, XXIII. 217; of Shakespeare, XXI. 760; Greek,
worms, XXIII. 54.

astronomy, 11. 746; his discovery of structure of, 11. 413; of New York,
TETRASTEMMA, genus of nemertine electric properties in amber, 1. 659. XVII. 461; of Paris, XVIII. 277 ;
worms, XVII. 326.

THALIA, Muse of comedy, XVII. 74. Roman, vii. 411; XX. 830 ; Roman,
TETRODON, genus of fishes, X. 685. THALIACEA, order of Tunicata, XXIII. architecture of, 11. 419; remains of
TETUAN, town, Morocco, XXIII. 200; 609, 615.

that at Tauromenium, XXIII. 48.
XVI. 830.

THALLIUM, chemical element, XXIII. THEATRE-Fires, fireworks, XX. 135.
Duke of (Leopold O'Donnell), 219; V. 530.

THÉÂTRE FRANÇAIS, at Paris, VII. 427.
Spanish statesman, xvii. 727; XXII. | THALLOPHYTA, division of the vegetable THÉBAÏDE, La, Racine's drama, XX.
346.

kingdom, III. 692; XX. 430; XXIV. 205.
TETUARA (Tetiaroa), island, South 125.

THEBAIS, Statius's

poem, XXII. 466.
Pacific, XXIII. 22.

THALLUS, vegetative system of THEBAN LEGION, Legend of the, xv.
TETZEL, John, German Dominican lichens, XIV. 552.

637.
monk, xv. 72; XX. 326.

THAM, Rabbenu, Rabbinic scholar, | THEBES, town, Egypt, VII. 776; mum-
TEUCER, of Greek legend, XXIII. 582.

XXIII. 39.

mies of, xvII. 21; pyramids of, XX.
TEUCHIT, bird, xiv. 308.

THAMAR, queen of Georgia, X. 432. 124; sphinx at, 11. 387; tomb of
TEUKCHAM, town, Formosa, China, IX. THAME, river, England, XVIII. 93; Menptah at, XXIII. 622.
417.

town, Greece, XXIII. 229; XI. 103;
TEUTA, Illyrian queen, XII. 709. THAMES, river, England, xxIII. 220; capture of, by Alexander, 1. 481; under
TEUTONES, German tribe, XXIII. 201; VIII. 216; XVI. 279; at Oxford, xvIII. Epaminondas, VIII. 456; under Pelo-
V. 780; X. 474.

93; white bait fishery of, xxiv. 550; pidas, xvIII. 479; its contests with
TEUTONIC, The name, X. 847.
rowing on, XXI. 30.

the Platæans, xix. 177; sphinx of,
ALPHABET, 1. 612.

TUNNEL, London, XXIII. 623; con XXII. 398; expedition of the Seven
LANGUAGES, X. 514, 852; VIII. 390; struction of, iv. 397, 398.

against, 1. 164.1
IX. 787; XII. 84; XVIII. 785; XXI. THAMMUZ, of Scripture, I. 163.

Romance of, xx. 639.
366; dictionaries of, vii. 186.

THAMUDIC INSCRIPTIONS, XXI. 651. THECEURYBIA, genus of Mollusca, XVI.
LAWS, XXI. 212.

THANA, district, India, XXIII. 220 ; 666.
ORDER, of Knights, xxIII. 2011; town, XXIII. 221.

THECIDÆDÆ, family of Brachiopoda,
XVI. 709; XX. 6; their conflicts with | THANES, early English nobility, VIII.

IV. 195.
Poland, xix. 288, 289, 290; at Riga, 274; XIV. 110; XVII. 529; XVIII. 302. THECIUM, in reproductive system of
XX. 554; in Russia, XXI. 92.

THANET, Isle of, England, xiv. 37. lichens, XIV. 554.
TEVERONE, river, Italy, II. 57.

SANDSTONE, rock, X. 361.

THECLA, St, XXIII. 231.
TEVIOT, river, Scotland, XXI. 33; XXIII. THAPSACUS (Tiphsah), Mesopotamia, THECOSOMATA, order of Mollusca, XVI.
673.

Crossing of Euphrates at, XVI. 49. 666.
TEWKESBURY, town, England, XXIII. THARANDITE, mineral, xvi. 397. THEFT, in law, XXIII. 231.

THAR AND PARKAR, district, India, THEFTBOTE, in law, XXIII. 233.
TEXAS, State, U.S.A., XXIII. 202.

THEGNS, early English nobility, VIII.
TEXTILES, woven fabrics, XXIII. 206; THARRAWADDY, district, Burmah, XXIII. 274; XIV. 110; XVII. 529; XVIII. 302;
Venetian, xxiv. 156; adulterations of,

XXI. 36.
1. 176; fibres for, IX. 131.
THARSIS, Spain, Mines of, XII. 334.

The Twelve, Anglo-Saxon jury,
TEXTULARIDEA, order of Protozoa, XIX. | THARUS, Hindu race, India, XVIII. 73. XIII. 784.
847.

THASOS, island, Greece, xxIII. 221. THEISM, XXIII. 234.

XXIII. 220.

201.

XXIII. 221.

221.

THE

XXIII.

XIX. 540.

THEISS, river, Hungary, Ill. 116; XII. THEODOSIO, prince of Brazil, xix. 548. THEOREM, Geometrical, defined, XIX.
362.

THEODOSIOPOLIS (Rhesæna), town, 519.
THELYPHONIDEA, order of arachnids, II. Mesopotamia, XVI. 48.

THEORIKON, spectacular fund, of
286.

THEODOSIUS I., Roman emperor, XXIII. Pericles, XVIII. 529.
THEMIS, in Greek mythology, XXIII. 257; XX. 779; his contentions with THEORY OF THE EARTH, Hutton's
250.
Ambrose, 1. 663.

work, XII. 415.
THEMISTIUS, Byzantine rhetorician, II., emperor of the East, XXIII. THEORY OF

INTELLIGIBLE
XXIII. 250; as Neoplatonist philo 259.

WORLD, by Morris, XVII. 553.
sopher, XVII. 337.

III., emperor of the East, XXIII. THEORY OF MORAL SENTIMENTS,
THEMISTOCLES, Greek general, xxIII. 259.

Adam Smith's work, XXII. 169.
250; XI. 99; in exile in Persia, XVIII. Roman general, in Scotland, iv. THEOSOPH", XXIII. 278; Kabbalistic,
663.

XIII.
574.

810; Swedenborg's, XXII.
THÉNARD, Louis Jacques, French bishop of Edessa, Syriac writer, 759.
chemist, XXIII. 251; his experiments XXII. 846.

THEOTOCOPULI, Domenico (El Greco),
with Gay-Lussac, X. 123.

of Tripolis, Greek geometer and Spanish painter, XI. 80.
THENARDITE, mineral, xvi. 400; XXII. astronomer, XXIII. 259.

THEOTOKOS, or Mother of God, epithet
240.

THEODOTUS, Valentinian theologian, of the Virgin Mary, XVII. 355.
THEOBALD, count of Champagne and XXIV. 38.

THERA, island, Greece, XXIII. 279.
king of Navarre, XVII. 250; as crusader, of Byzantium, teacher of Mon- THERAMENES, Athenian oligarch, XXIII.
XXIII. 161.

archian heresy in Rome, XVI. 719; 280.
-Lewis, English playwright, XXII. XIII. 671.

THERAPEUTÆ, monastic sect, XVI. 698;
252.
THEOGNIDEA, Greek poems,

as hymn-writers, XII. 578.
THEOBROMINE, in chemistry, Vi. 102. 260.

THERAPEUTICS, in medicine, xv. 796;
THEOCRACY, The, in Israel, XIII. 398. THEOGNIS of Megara, Greek poet, XXIII. of iron, XIII. 359; of mercury, XVI.
THEOCRITUS, Greek pastoral poet, XXIII. 260; xv. 828.

34; of mineral waters, XVI. 433.
252.

THEOGONY, Hesiod's poem, XI. 777. THERASIA, wife of St Paulinus, XVIII.
THEODELINDA, queen of the Lombards, THEOLOGICAL ETHICS, department of 434.

XIV. 815; relics of, at Monza, Italy, theology, xxIII. 275; Rothe's work, THERESA, St, Spanish saint, XXIII. 281;
XVI. 798.
XXI. 2; XXIII. 270.

XVII. 134; foundress of order of Bare-
THÉODICÉE, Essais de, Leibnitz's work, THEOLOGY, XXIII. 260; apologetic, II. foot Carmelites, v. 117; XVI. 716.
XIV. 420.

189; dogmatic, VII. 332; Liguorian, wife of Count Henry of Portugal,
THEODOLITE, its use in geodesy, vii. XIV. 636; of the Middle Ages, XX. 383;
598, 599; X. 165; in surveying, XXII. of Origen, XVII. 841; Pauline, xvIII. THERESIA, island,

island, Greece, XXIII.
698, 719.

423; scholastic, XXI. 417; Valentinian, 279.
THEODORA, wife of the emperor Jus XXIV. 38; application of logic to, XXI. THERESIENSTADT, part of Pesth, Hun-
tinian, XXIII. 253, 798.

421; as influenced by Neoplatonism, gary, XVIII. 691.
senatrix of Rome, XX. 787.

XVII. 338; Calvin's system of, iv. 720; (Szabadka), town, Hungary, XXII.
THEODORE I.-II., popes, XXIII. 255. Schleiermacher's, XXI. 411, 413.

856.
- king of Abyssinia, 1. 66.

THEOPHANIA, or Theophano, wife of THERESIENWIESE, common, Munich,
1. (Baron von Neuhof), king of the emperor Otho II., XIII. 711; XVIII. Bavaria, XVII. 26.
Corsica, XVII. 362.
66.

THERESIOPEL, Maria (Szabadka), town,
archbishop of Canterbury, VIII. THEOPHANO, wife of Nicephorus II., Hungary, XXII. 856.
370.

Byzantine emperor, XVII. 482. THERIACA, poem by Nicander, xvii.
bishop of Merv, Syriac writer, THÉOPHILE (T. de Viau), French poet, 476.
XXII. 837

XXIV. 208.

THERIAKA, spiced opium, XVII. 788.
of Mopsuestia, early Christian THEOPHILUS, Roman jurist, XIII. 794. THERMAL SPRINGS, X. 223, 270; XVI.
writer, XXIII. 254.

of Edessa, Syriac writer, XXII. 841.
BAR WAHBON, Syriac scholar, ABBAS, instructor of Justinian, THERMIC FEVER, XXII. 666.
XXII. 852.
XXIII. 276.

THERMODON, river, Asia Minor, xix.
THEODORET, bishop of Cyprus, XXIII. THEOPHRASTUS, Peripatetic philoso 459.
255; XXII. 238.

pher, XXIII. 277; XVIII. 545; his THERMODYNAMICS, XXIII. 283; VII.
THEODORIC, king of the East Goths, history of plants, IV. 79.

815; XIX. 2; laws of, XXII. 479;
XXIII. 256; X. 850; XIII. 467; XX. on the Milky Way, 11. 748.

Mayer's first law of, xv. 649; tem-
782; at Ravenna, XX. 297.

THEOPHYLACT, Biblical commentator, peratures in thermodynamic scale,
II., chief of the West Goths, in XXIII. 277.

XX. 129.
Spain, XXII. 308.

(Pope Benedict IX.), XIX. 497. THERMO-ELECTRICITY, VIII. 94.
Frankish king, X. 476.

- patrician of Rome, xx. 787. THERMO-ELECTROMETER, Riess's, VIII.
THEODORUS, Roman pretender, xxiv. THEOPHYLACTUS of Simocatta, Byzan-

55.
35.

tine historian, iv. 613; XX. 636. THERMO-ELECTROMOTIVE FORCE, XV.
Greek gem-engraver, X. 138. THÉOPNEUSTIE, La, Gaussen's work, 273.
of Samos, Greek sculptor, II. 347. X. 117.

THERMOGRAPH, thermometric record,
PRODROMUS, Byzantine writer, XI. THEOPOLIS (Antioch), ancient town, XXIII. 293.
145, 148.

Syria, 11. 132.

THERMOMETER, XXIII. 288; XI. 563;
THEODOSIA, town, Crimea, Russia, THEOPOMPUS of Chios, Greek historian gas, XX. 130; wet bulb, theory of, vii.
XXIII. 257; VI. 586.

and rhetorician, XXIII. 277 ; XXI. 218; box for, XVI. 115; Réaumur's,
THEODOSIAN CODE, in Roman law, iv. 466.

XX. 308; Saussure's adaptations of,
262; VI. 105; XX. 711.

THEORBO, lute, xv. 71.

[ocr errors]

432, 436.

XXI. 324.

« ElőzőTovább »