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VITALIANUS, pope, xxiv. 262. Vives, Juan Luis, or Ludovicus, Spanish | VOIGTLAND, region, Central Germany,
VITAL STATISTICS, XXII. 462.

scholar, XXIV. 267.
VITA Nuova, Dante's work, vi. 814. Vivi, town, on Congo river, Africa, xxiv. Voil, Loch, Scotland, xvIII. 666.
VITEBSK, government and town, Russia, 765.

VOIRLICH, Ben, mountain, Scotland,
XXIV. 262.

VIVIANITE, mineral, xvI. 404; XVIII. XVIII. 666.
VITELLESCHI, Cardinal, Papal general, 818.

VOIRON, town, France, XXIV. 277.
XX. 805.
VIVIPAROUS BIRTH, XX. 410.

VOITURE, Vincent, French writer, xxiv.
Mutio, general of the Jesuits, XIII. VIVIPAROUS PLANTS, XX. 423.

277.
654, 656.

VIVISECTION, John Hunter on, XII. 386. VOIVODES, rulers of Roumania, xxi. 16,
VITELLI, Alessandro, Italian general, — ACT (1876), English, XV. 799.

19.
XV. 789.

VIVONNE, Catherine de, Marquise de VOLAGASES I., Parthian king, XVIII.
VITELLIUS, Aulus, Roman emperor, Rambouillet, XX. 264.

602.
XXIV. 262; XX. 773; struggle of his VIZAGAPATAM, district and town, India, II., Parthian king, xviii. 603.
supporters against Othonians, XVIII. XXIV. 267.

III., Parthian king, xvIII. 604.
65.

VIZCAYA (Biscay), province, Spain, Ill. IV., Parthian king, XVIII. 605.
VITERBO, town, Italy, XXIV. 263.
787

V., Parthian king, XVIII. 606.
VITHOBA, Temple of, at Panderpur, VIZIADRUG, town, India, xxiv. 267; X. VOLATERRÆ (Volterra), Etruscan town,
India, XVIII. 210.
566.

Italy, viii. 636; XXIV. 293.
Viti (or Fiji) ISLANDS, South Pacific, VIZIANAGRAM, estate and town, India, VOLATERRANUS, his Commentarii
IX. 155; XV. 835.
XXIV. 267.

Urbani, viii. 193.
VITIGIS, Gothic king, XIII. 797.

VIZIER, Oriental officer, XXIV. 268; xvi. VOLATILITY, of metals, Table cf, xvi.
Viti LEVU, one of the Fiji Islands, ix. 591.

66.
156.

Grand, Turkish minister, XXIII. VOLBORTHITE, mineral, XVI. 406.
Vitim, plateau, Siberia, XXII. 2; XXIV. 654.

VOLCANALIA, Roman festival, XXIV. 301.
725.

Vizzini, town, Sicily, XXIV. 268. VOLCANIC ISLANDS, Polynesia, XIX.
river, Siberia, XXII. 5; XXIII. 510; VLACHS, or Roumans, xxiv. 268; in 418.
XXIV. 726.

Roumania, xxi. 16.

VOLCANO, VOLCANOES, X. 240 ;
Vitis, genus of plants, XXIV. 237. VLACICH, Matthias (Flacius), German source of ammonia, xvii. 516; in
Vitkovics, Michael, Hungarian poet, theologian, IX. 275; v. 765; xv. 85. America, 1. 673; in Azores, III. 170; of
XII. 377.

VLACQ, Adrian, Dutch logarithmist, Chili, v. 616; Etna, vill. 627; of
VITORIA, town, Spain, XXIV. 263; battle XIV. 774; his tables, XXIII. 9.

Europe, VIII. 683; in Isle of Thera,
of (1813), XXIV. 496.

VLAD, voivode of Walachia, XXI. 16. Greece, xxIII. 280; of Hawaii, XI.
VITRÉ, town, France, xxiv. 263. VLADIKAVKAZ, town, Russia, XXIV. 531; of Iceland, XII. 617; of Italy,
VITREA, group of Foraminifera, ix. 378. 270.

XIII. 443; of Japan, XIII. 571; of
VITRIFIED FORTS, XXIV. 263.

VLADIMIR, government, Russia. XXIV. Java, XIII. 601; of Mexico, XIX. 5125
VITRIOL, VITRIOLS, XXIV. 265; XVI. 270; town, XXIV. 271.

of Peru, xvIII. 672 ; of Philippine
401, 402; manufacture of, xxII. 636; early Russian prince, xxi. 89. Islands, xviII. 749 ; Vesuvius, xxiv.
as a poison, XIX. 278; blue, XXII. 637; | VLADISLAFF, king of Servia, XXI. 195; mud, in Burmah, xiv. 162.
Roman, vi. 351.
688.

Volci, Etruscan town, Italy, viII. 635.
VITRUVIUS, Roman architect and en VLADIVOSTOK, town, Siberia, xxiv. VOLE, rodent mammal, xxiv. 277; XV.
gineer, XXIV. 265; II. 382; XX. 809; 271; XV. 549.

419; snow

ow-vole, 1. 633.
his influence on Italian architecture, II. VLISSINGEN (Flushing), town, Holland, VOLGA, river, Russia, xxiv. 278; XXI.
437; language and style of, xiv. 336. IX. 350; XXIV. 772.

74, 304.
Vitry, France, Storming of (1143), ix. VLOTSLAVSK, town, Russian Poland, VOLGERITE, mineral, XVI. 388.
540; XV. 18.

XXIV. 625.

VOLHYNIA, government, Russia, xxiv.
VITTORIA, town, Sicily, XXIV. 266. VOCAL ORGANS, in man, XXIV. 273; in 281.
VITTORINO DA FELTRE, Italian educa birds, III. 726.

VOLINSKI, Prince, Russian minister,
tionist, vii. 672.

VODENA, town, Turkey in Europe, vii. XXI. 98.
VITTORIO (Cenada), district, Italy, v. 652.

VOLITION, in psychology, XX. 72;
334.
VODKA, river, Russia, xvII. 772.

physiological action of the brain in,
AMEDEO (Victor Amadeus, q.v.) VODNIK, Valentine, Slovenian poet, XV. 279; Cousin's doctrine of spon-
II., king of Sardinia, XIII. 484; XXI.
XXII. 150.

taneity in, vi. 525. See also Will.
342.

VOET, Gisbert, on the Cartesian philo- VOLJSK, town, Russia, xxiv. 283; XXI.
VITTORIOSO, part of Valetta, Malta, sophy, VII. 119.

305.
VOGEL, H. C., his corrections of object- VOLKHOFF, river, Russia, xvil. 607;
VITUDURUM (Winterthur), ancient glasses, XXIII. 141.

XXI. 73.
town, Switzerland, xxiv. 614. VOGELWEIDE, Walther von der, Ger- VOLMAR, Melchior, his influence on
VITUS, St, Roman martyr, XXIV. 266. man poet, XXIV. 340; X. 525.

Calvin, IV. 714.
VIVARIA, or Fish Stews, Ancient, II. VOGHERA, town, Italy, XXIV. 272. VOLNEY, Constantin François Chasse-
218.

VOGLER, Georg Joseph, German organist bæuf, Comte de, French writer, xxiv.
VIVARINI, Antonio, Venetian painter, and composer, XXIV. 272.

282; ix. 672.
XXIV. 266.
VOGLITE, mineral, xvi. 399.

Volo, town, Greece, XXIV. 282; gulf,
- Bartolommeo, Italian painter, VOGULS, people, Siberia, XXII. 8.

XXIII. 299.
XXIV. 267.

Voice, Human, XXIV. 273; sounds of, VOLOGDA, government, Russia, XXIV.
Luigi, Italian painter, XXIV. 267. 1. 118; XVIII. 811; XXII. 381; as ir 282; town, XXIV. 283.
VIVERRA, genus of carnivorous mam sti ent of expression, xvill. 767. VOLOGESIA, town, Mesopotamia, xvi.
mals, xv. 436; V. 796.
VOIDER, in heraldry, XI. 697.

51.

XV. 340.

of Rubens, VII. 142.

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Volost, administrative division, Russia, / VÖRÖSMARTY, Michael, Hungarian poet, , VULCANIST Theory, in geology, xxiv.
XXI. 70.
XII. 378.

502.
Volsci, or Volscians, ancient Italian VORSTERMAN, Lucas, engraver of works VULCANITE, Manufacture of, XII. 841.
people, XIII. 445; XIV. 344; XX. 739.

VULCANO, one of the Lipari Islands,
VOLSINII, Etruscan town, Italy, Vill. VORTEX ATOMS, Theory of, 111. 43. Mediterranean Sea, XIV. 682.
635.

VORTEX MOTION, in hydromechanics, VULCATIUS GALLICANUS, Augustan
VOLSK, town, Russia, xxiv. 283; XXI.

XII. 450.

historian, Ill. 74.
305.

VORTICES, Descartes's theory of, vii. VULFILA (Ulfilas, q.v.), Gothic writer,
Volt, electrical unit of measurement, 124.

x. 852.
XXIII. 116.

VORTIGERN, British prince, 11. 650; VULGAR FRACTIONS, in arithmetic, 11.
VOLTA, river, West Coast, Africa, x. VIII. 269.

529; tables of, xxIII. 8, 13.
755.
Vos, Jan, Dutch writer, XII. 95.

VULGATE, Latin translation of the
5 Alessandro, Italian physicist, xxiv. VOSGES, department, France, xxiv. Scriptures, III. 647; XIII. 631.
284; his electrical experiments, VIII. 298.

VULPES, genus of carnivorous mammals,
9.

mountains, France and Germany,

IX. 493
VOLTAIRE, François Marie Arouet de, XXIV. 298; 1X. 506.

VULPINITE, mineral, XVI. 400.
French man of letters, XXIV. 285; 1x. VOSMAER, C., Dutch writer, XII. 98. VULPIUS, Christiane, wife of Goethe, x.
665; his influence on the French Voss, Johann Heinrich, German poet 731.
drama, vii. 425; his religious opinions, and archæologist, XXIV. 299; x. Vulso, Cnæus Manlius, Roman consul,
IX. 669; as satirist, XXI. 320; influence 541.

XV. 492.
of his writings, ix. 592; quarrel with Vossius, Gerardus Johannes, German VULTURE, bird, xxiv. 301.
Lessing, xiv. 479; his relation to scholar and theologian, XXIV. 299.

Bearded, bird, xiv. 243.
Ninon de Lenclos, XIV. 445.

Isaac, Dutch scholar, xxiv. 300. VURFU OURLA, mountain, Hungary,
VOLTAITE, mineral, XVI. 402.

VOTAN, legendary legislator of Yucatan, XII. 361.
VOLTAMETER, electric machine, VIII.

I. 704.

VYASA, Brahman poet, xxi. 281.
107.

VOTERS, Parliamentary, Registration of, VYATKA, government, Russia, xxiv.
VOLTCHANSK, town, Russia, xiv. 57. in England, xx. 344.

302; town, XXIV. 303; XXI. 89, 91.
VOLTERRA, town, Italy, XXIV. 293; VIII. VOTIAK LANGUAGE, XXIV. 1; xvIII. VYAZMA, town, Russia, XXIV. 303; XXII.
636.
779; dictionaries of, vii. 188.

183.
Daniele da, Italian artist, XX. VOTING, Modes of, i1l. 288.

VYAZNIKI, town, Russia, XXIV. 271.
537.

VOTKINSK, town, Russia, xxiv. 300. VYERNYI, town, Russia in Asia, xxiv.
VOLTERRANO, II (Baldassare Frances-VOUET, Simon, French painter, xxiv. 303; XXI. 641.
chini), Italian painter, IX. 687.

300.

VYISKI, iron-works, Russia, XVII. 500.
VOLTORE, Monte, Italy, XIII. 439.
Voussoir, in an arch, iv. 305.

VYRNWY, river, Wales, Waterworks of
VOLTURNO, river, Italy, XIII. 440. Vow, Religious, xxiv. 300; Nazarite, XIV. 714; XXIV. 407.
VOLTZINE, mineral, xvi. 396.

XXIII. 17.

VYSHNEVOLOTSK, canals, Russia, XXIII.
VOLUBILIS, Morocco, Ruins of, xvi. Vowel Points, in Hebrew, XI. 600. 672.
834.

Vowels, their sounds, I. 1; pronuncia- VYSHNIY VOLOTCHOK, town, Russia,
VOLUME, Mensuration of, xvi. 13. tion of, xxII. 382; musical sounds and XXIV. 303; XXIII. 672.
VOLUNTEERS, British, xxiv. 293.

notation of, 1. 119.

VYTCHEGDA, river, Russia, xxiv. 283.
VOLUSENUS, Florentius, Scottish hu- VOYAGE HOME, Lucian's work, xv.
manist, XXIV. 296.

45.
VOLUTE, in architecture, II. 475.

VOYAGE OF PARNASSUS, by Cervantes, the twenty-third letter of the
VOMER, Anatomy of the, in man, 1. 825; V. 354.

in Amphibia, 1. 754; in mammals, xv. VOYAGES, Quickest, down to 1883, XVII. WAAL, river, Holland, XII. 63; XX.
355; in reptiles, xx. 450, 452; de 277.

519.
velopment of, in birds, III. 700. VoZHE, Lake, Russia, xvII. 606.

WABASH, river, Indiana, U.S.A., XII.
VOMITING, XVII. 670.

VOZNESENSK, Ivanovo-, town, Russia, 813
VONDEL, Joost van der, Dutch writer, XIII. 520; XXIV. 271.

WACE, Maistre, French trouvère, XXIV.
VII. 444; XII. 94.

VRANCX, Sebastian, Flemish painter, 304; VIII. 407.
VONONES I., Parthian king, xvIII. 600.

XXIV. 301.

WACHSTEIN, mountain, Germany, xxi.
II., Parthian king, xvIII. 602. VRANITZA, Turkey, Charles XII.'s 349.
VOORBROEK, Jakob (Perizonius), Dutch residence at, V. 421.

WACHUSETT, mountain, Massachusetts,
scholar, XVIII. 547.

VRAZ, Stanko, Servian poet, XXI. 691. U.S.A., xv. 611; XXIII. 792.
VOPISCUS, Flavius, Augustan historian, VRIENDT, Frans de (Floris), Flemish WACKENRODER, Wilhelm Heinrich
III. 74.
painter, ix. 342.

German writer, X. 542.
VORAGINE, Jacobus de, archbishop of VRIES, Simon de, friend of Spinoza, Waclaw, king of Poland, xix. 288.
Genoa, XXIV. 296; XIII. 499.

XXII. 401.

Waco, town, Texas, U.S.A., XXIV.
VORARLBERG, district, Austria, XXIV. ISLAND, Japan, XIII. 570.

304.
297

VRIESLAND (Friesland), province, Hol- WAD, mineral, XVI. 388.
VÖRINGFOs, Norway, XVII. 575.

land, ix. 785.

WADAI, or Waday, country, Soudan,
VOROBIOVY Hills, Russia, xx. 35. VUITERGA, river, Russia, xvII. 772. Africa, I. 271; XXII. 278, 279.
VORONEZH, government, Russia, xxiv. VUKASHIN, king of Servia, XXI. 689. GROUP, of Negroes, XVII. 319.
297; town, XXIV. 298.

VULCAN, Roman deity (the Greek WADDING, Luke, Irish ecclesiastical
river, Russia, VII. 356; XXI. 74. Hephaestus), XXIV. 301; XI. 679. historian, XXIV. 304.
VORONTSOVAH, town, Russia, XXIV. VULCANIÆ INSULÆ (Lipari Islands), WADHAM COLLEGE, Oxford, xvIII. 97.
298.

Mediterranean Sea, xiv. 682.

WADJO, kingdom, Celebes, V. 288.

W, thalphabet, XXIV. 304

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XIX. 392.

XXIII. 2.

220;

WADMAN, Johan Anders, Swedish writer, WAIROA, river, New Zealand, XVII. WALDEMAR, king of Sweden, XXII.
XXII. 757
467.

745.
WADY HALFA, town, Nubia, Africa, WAITANGI, New Zealand, Treaty of WALDEN, Thoreau's prose work, xxIII.
XVII. 507, 611.
(1840), XVII. 471.

313
WADY MUSA (Petra), town, Northern WAITZ, Georg, German historian, XXIV. WALDENBURG, town, Prussia, XXIV.
Arabia, xvIII. 705.
317.

322.
WAFERS, in stationery, XXIV. 305. WAITZEN, town, Hungary, XXIV. 30. WALDENSES, religious sect, XXIV. 322;
WAGANDA, people of Uganda, Africa, WAIVES AND STRAYS, Cinque Port XX. 321; their Presbyterianism, xix.
XXIII. 718.
right, v. 787

697.
WAGER, in law, XXIV. 305.

WAKAHOLO, Lake, Buru, Indian Archi- WALDERBESKOPF, mountain, Rhenish
Sir Charles, English admiral, pelago, IV. 573.

Prussia, xx. 20.
XXIV. 170.

WAKATIPU, Lake, New Zealand, xvII. WALDGEBIRGE, mountains, Austria, III.
OF BATTLE, II. 210;

VII. 511;
467.

116.
XVII. 820; XXIV. 305.

WAKEFIELD, town, England, xxiv. WALDHEIM, Fischer de, on birds, xviii.
WAGES, XXIV. 306; XIV. 165; as affected 318.

15.
by trade unions, XXIII. 500; payment - Edward Gibbon, English colonial WALDMANN, Hans, burgomaster of
of, XVIII. 440; taxes on, XXIII. 89; statesman, XXIV. 318.

Zurich, xxiv. 831.
Lassalle on, XIV. 321; Marx on, XXII. Gilbert, English scholar and theo- | WALDO, Peter, founder of the Waldenses,
211; Rodbertus's theory, XX. 616. logian, XXIV. 319.

XXIV. 323.
See also article Political Economy. WAKEFULNESS, XXII. 157.

WALES, principality (incorporated with
WAGGONS, Railway, XX. 247.

WAKEMAN, Sir George, English phy England), VIII. 215; as part of ancient
WAGLER, Johann, on birds, xviii. 14, sician, xvII. 697.

Britain, iv. 353; in 6th century, viii.
20; on reptiles, XX. 436.

WAKHAN, state, Central Asia, XVIII. 271; in 9th century, viii. 284; inva-
WAGNER, Adolf, German economist, 104.

sion of, by William II., Xxiv. 577;
MOUNTAINS, Transcaucasia, Rus Norman settlement in, XVII. 551 ; in
Andreas, on a feathered reptile, sia, XXIII. 513.

11th and 12th centuries,' vIII. 304,
XVIII. 34.

WAKHSH, affluent of Oxus, Central 309; conquest of, by England, VIII.
Johann Gottlob, pianoforte maker, Asia, xvill. 103.

311; Irish in, XIII. 247; ancient law
XIX. 73.

WAKIDI, Moslem historian, xvi. 596; code, XXI. 216; ancient literature, v.
Rudolph, German anatomist and

314; poetry, VIII. 408; ancient tribes,
physiologist, XXIV. 313.

WAKORES, African tribe, xv. 475. V. 300; coalfields, VI. 49; colleges,
Wilhelm Richard, German musi- WALACHIA, principality, Roumania, XXIII. 856; counties, VIII.
cal composer, xxiv. 313; anticipated XXI. 16; Great and Little, XXIV. 269, Eisteddfod, VII. 791 ; newspapers,
by Monteverde, xvII. 87; his influ 270.

XVII. 422; population and representa-
ence on the lyrical drama, XVII. 99. WALACHIAN (or ROUMANIAN) LAN tion, XXIII. 727.
WAGNERITE, mineral, xvi. 407.

GUAGE, XXIV. 270; XX. 668; alphabet WALFISCH BAY, South Africa, V. 43.
WAGRAM, Austria, Battle of (1809), III. of, 1. 614; dictionaries of, vii. 186. WALGHVÖGEL (Dodo), bird, vii. 321.
134; IX. 616; XVII. 214.

WALAFRID STRABO, German mediæval WALIA, Visigothic leader, in Spain,
WAGRIA, ancient district, Holstein, XXI. writer, XXIV. 320.

XXII. 308.
415.

WALATA, oasis, Africa, xvII. 695. WALID I., caliph, XVI. 573.
WAGTAIL, bird, xxiv. 316.

WALBURGA, St, English abbess, xxiv. II., caliph, XVI. 576.
WAHAB, Muhammed ben, Druse chief 337.

Abul (Rabbi Jonah), Jewish philo-
tain, VII. 484.

WALCH, Carl Friedrich, German jurist, logist, XIII. 737.
WAHBALLATH, prince of Palmyra, XXIV. 321.

WALIDIYA, town, Morocco, XVI. 831.
XVIII. 202.

Christian Wilhelm Franz, Ger WALKELIN, bishop of Winchester, XXIV.
WAHHABEES, or Wahhabites, sect of man ecclesiastical historian, XXIV. 596.
Arabs, II. 250, 260; XVII. 773; XXIII. 321.

WALKER, river and lake, Nevada,
648; their doctrines in India, XI. Jacob (Jacopo de Barbari), Vene U.S.A., XVII. 367.
849.
tian artist, VII. 555, 556.

town, England, XXIV. 325.
WAHIDI, Arabic writer, XVII. 514.

Johann Ernst Immanuel, German Frederick, English painter, xxiv.
WAHLSTATT, Prussian Silesia, Battle of philologist, XXIV. 321.

326.
(1241), xiv. 569; XVI. 741.

Johann Georg, German church Sears Cook, American astronomer,
WAHSATCH MOUNTAINS, U.S.A., XXIII. historian, XXIV. 321.

XXIV. 326.
796; XXIV. 19.

WALCHEREN, island, Holland, xxiv. General William, filibuster, Nicar-
WAI, town, India, XXI. 317.

771; British expedition to, XIV. 854. agua, XVII. 479.
WAIGALIS, tribe, Kafiristan, Asia, xiii. WALCHOWITE, mineral, XVI. 428. WALKERITE, mineral, XVI. 420.
822.

WALCOTT, John, on British birds, WALKER'S EARTH, fuller's earth, ix.
WAIHU (Rapanui), island, South Pacific, XVIII. 9.

816.
WALCZ (Deutschkrone), town, Prussia, WALKING-STICK INSECT, XIII. 152.
WAIKATO, river, New Zealand, 11. 67;

WALL, Great, of China, v. 638, 644.
XVI. 467.

WALDECK-PYRMONT, principality, Ger Antonine's, Scotland, 11. 139; IV.
WAINAD, district, India, XVII. 508. many, XXIV. 321.

353; XXI. 471; XXII. 554.
WAINEWRIGHT, Thomas Griffiths, Eng- WALDEMAR, margrave of Brandenburg, Hadrian's, England, xi. 364; XXI.
lish essayist, XXIV. 317.

471.
WAINGANGA, river, India, III. 627.

II., king of Denmark, vii. 84. WALLACE, Alfred Russel, on natural
WAIPA, river, New Zealand, XVII. III., of Denmark, vii. 85; his con selection, vill. 749, 764; on the races
467.

test with the Hanse towns, XI. 450. of man, 11. 114; on the Malayan race,

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XX. 273.

VII. 134.

XX. 3.

VIII. 313.

or Walachians, WalSALI, town, England, XXIV: 338.

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XV. 324; on birds, XVIII. 32; on the XXIV. 333; Chatterton's application to, WANGEN, lake-dwelling, Lake of Con-
fauna of New Guinea, XVII. 387. V. 448; his Walpoliana, 1. 785.

stance, XIV. 223.
WALLACE, Sir William, Scottish patriot, WALPOLE, Sir Robert, English states WANG KHAN, Prester John (q.v.), xvi.

XXIV. 326; XX. 592; XXI. 487; his man, XXIV. 335; VIII. 354; X. 422; 745.
struggle against Edward I., VII. 683; his measures of finance, ix. 184; his WANJAB, river, Turkestan, XVIII. 103.

relations with Townshend, XXIII. 492. WANKS, river, Honduras, XII. 130.
William, Scottish mathematician, WALPURGIS, St, English abbess, XXIV. WANSBECK, river, England, XVII. 565.
XXIV. 327.

337.

WANS DYKE, Wilts, England, xxiv.
WALLACE'S LINE, Asia, II. 684.

OIL, XXIV. 337.

594.
WALLACHIAN ALPHABET, I. 614.

WALPURGITE, mineral, xvi. 407. WANSTEAD, town, England, XXIV.
WALLACHIAN (or ROUMANIAN) LAN- WALRUS, carnivorous mammal, xxiv.

343.
GUAGE, XXIV. 270; XX. 668; diction 337; XV. 443; tusks of, XIII. 523. WAN WANG, Chinese writer, v. 660.
aries of, vii. 186.

OIL, XVII. 744.

WANYORO, people, Central Africa, XXIII.
WALLACKS, Vlachs,

859.
race of people, Europe, xxiv. 268; in Walsh, William, English poet, xxiv. WAPENTAKE, English territorial divi-
Greece, XI. 83.
338.

sion, XII. 360.
WALLASEY, town, England, xxiv. 328. WALSINGHAM, Norfolk, England, Ruins WAPITI, kind of deer, VII. 24.
WALLA Walla, town, Washington at, XVII. 537

WAPPLERITE, mineral, xvi. 404.
Territory, U.S.A., XXIV. 328; district, Sir Francis, English statesman, WAR, XXIV. 343; English articles of,
XXIV. 386.
XXIV. 338.

VI. 518; XVI. 296; use of balloons in,
WALL-CREEPER, bird, xxIII. 534. WALTER of Essex, reputed author of 1. 199; influence of, on emigration,
WALL DECORATION, XVII. 34; XXIII.

Guy of Warwick, Xi. 341.

VIII. 173; international law of, XIII.
158. See Mural Decoration.

Jakob Gottlieb, on the anatomy of 193; laws and usages of, Lieber's code,
WALLENBERG, Jakob, Swedish writer, the nerves, I. 816.

XIV. 564; prizes of, xix. 766; tactics
XXII. 756.

John, proprietor of The Times

in battles, III. 443.
WALLENSTADT,

Lake, Switzerland, newspaper, London, xvii. 417. WARACABA, bird, xxIII. 595.
XXII. 777.

PRINTING MACHINE, XXIII. 707. WARAN, lizard, xiv. 734.
WALLENSTEIN, Schiller's drama, XXI. WALTERS, Lucy, mother of James, duke WARANGAL, town, India, xxiv. 366.
397

of Monmouth, XVI. 755.

WARASDIN (Varasd), frontier generalate,
Adalbert Eusebius von, German WALTHAM, town, England, XXIV. 339. Austria, XVI. 295; town, xxiv. 69.
general, xxiv. 328; III. 125; IX. 77 ; ABBEY, town, England, XXIV. 339; WARATAH, tree, New South Wales, XVII.
X. 500; XI. 334.
gunpowder factory at, 11. 633.

410.
WALLER, Edmund, English politician HOLY Cross, town, England, WARBECK, Perkin, claimant of English
and poet, XXIV. 330; VIII. 418.
XXIV. 339.

crown, VIII. 329; XI. 662; in Scotland,
WALLIN, Johan Olof, bishop of Upsala, WALTHAMSTOW, town, England, XXIV. XXI. 496; siege of Waterford by, xii.
Swedish hymn-writer, XXII. 757.
340.

261.
Wallis (Valais), canton, Switzerland, WALTHEOF, Earl, English noble, viii. WARBLER, bird, xxiv. 366.
XXII. 785.

292; XXIII. 476; XXIV. 575.

WARBURTON, Egerton, Australian ex-
Lake, New South Wales, xvII. WALTHER, Bernhard, German astro plorer, 111. 106.
408.

nomer, XXIV. 340; XX. 342; his obser Eliot Bartholomew George, Irish
, John, English mathematician and vatory at Nuremberg, XVII. 709. traveller and novelist, XXIV. 367.
grammarian, XXIV. 331 ;

VON DER VOGELWEIDE, German William, bishop of Gloucester,
arithmetic of infinites, XIII. 6; on minnesänger, XXIV. 340; X. 525. controversialist, XXIV. 368.
imaginary roots of quadratic equations, WALTON, or Walton-le-Dale, town, Eng. WARD, in law, XIII. 2.
XX. 161; on squaring the circle, XXII. land, xxiv. 341.

Ann (Mrs Radcliffe), English
435; his controversies with Hobbes, or Walton-on-the-Hill, town, Eng novelist, XX. 211.
XII. 36, 37; on Wright's navigation land, xxiv. 341.

Edward Matthew, English painter,
tables, XVII. 225; on the teaching of Brian, bishop of Chester, xxiv. XXIV. 369.
deaf-mutes, VII. 6.

341; his Polyglott Bible, I. 497; III. James, English painter, XXIV. 369;
Samuel, explorer in Polynesia, 652.

XXI. 441, 444; his defence of beards,
X. 189; discoverer of Tahiti, xxIII. -Izaak, author of Compleat Angler, III. 464.
24.
XXIV. 342.

Mrs, founder of the Jesuitesses, XVI.
WALLONS, or Walloons, people of South- WAMAHS, tribe, Kafiristan, Asia, xiii. 713
Eastern Belgium, XXIV. 332.
822.

Seth, his controversies with
WALL-PAPERS, IV. 512; XVII. 38; WAMASAI, race of people, East Central Hobbes, XII. 36.
Japanese, XIII. 591.
Africa, I. 263.

William, English en

ver, XXIV.
Walls, of Rome, XX. 812, 832.

WAN-CHOW Fu, town, China, xxiv. 369.
islands, Orkney, Scotland, xvii. 342.

WARDA, George, Syriac hymn-writer,
846.
WANDERING JEW, The, XIII. 673.

XXII. 855.
WALLSEND, town, England, xxiv. 333; WANDERING JEW, Eugène Sue's novel, WAR-DANCES, VI. 799.
coal of, xvii. 566.

XXII. 619.

WARDHA, district, India, XX'V. 370.
WALL STREET, New York, XVII. 458. WANDSWORTH, district, London, xiv. WARDLEY, Jane, leader of the Shakers,
WALL TILES, XXIII. 389.

822, 833.

XXI. 736.
WALNUT, tree and fruit, XXIV. 333; XII. - Orders of, Presbyterian system, WARD OF COURT, in law, XIII. 2.
278; XVII. 664; culture of the tree, in England, xix. 686.

WARDS AND LIVERIES, Court of, xiv.
II. 318; in United States, XXIII. 808. WANGARAWA (Mandingoes), African 115.
WALPOLE, Horace, English writer, tribe, xv. 475.

WARE, town, England, xxiv. 370.

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WARENDORP, Brun, burgomaster of WARTON (1728-1790), Thomas, poet and tures, XI. 585; XII. 460; density of,
Lübeck, xv. 32.

author of History of English Poetry, in Pacific Ocean, xvIII. 120; distilla-
WARENS, Madame de, friend of Rous XXIV. 378.

tion of, vii. 263; filtration, ix. 166;
seau, XXI. 24.

WARWICK, county, England, xxiv. 378; hardness of, how remedied, v. 88; its
WARGENTIN, P. W., on the satellites of XXI. 737; coalfield of, vi. 50; town, action on lead, xiv. 378; mechanics
Jupiter, II. 757
XXIV. 380.

of, XII. 435; its action on metals, XVI.
WARHAM, William, archbishop of Countess-dowager of, Addison's 69; as a mineral, XVI. 385; movements
Canterbury, VIII. 414.
wife, I. 149.

of, in the Baltic Sea, III. 296; refractive
WARING, Miss (Varina), object of Dean Richard Nevil, earl of, XXIV. 381; power of, xiv. 591; resistance of, ex-
Swift's attentions, XXII. 765.
VII. 685; VIII. 327, 328.

periments on, xxi. 810; its action on
WARMING, of hospitals, XII. 305.

CASTLE, England, xxiv. 380. rocks, X. 262, 267, 269; as medium of
APPARATUS, XI. 590.

WASA, province of Finland, ix. 217. sound, 1. 107; velocity of sound in, 1.
WARMINSTER, town, England, xxiv. WASEN, town, Switzerland, xxiv. II. 104; ordeal by, xvII. 820; of rivers,
370.

WASH, The, bay, Lincolnshire, England, rights in, xx. 565; of the sea, XXI. 611;
WARNEFRID, father of Paul the Deacon, XIV. 653.

XXIV. 398; Gay-Lussac on the com-
XVIII. 436.

WASHBURNE, Mount, Wyoming, U.S.A., position of, X. 122; Thales's cosmic
- Paul (Paulus Diaconus, q.v.), XVIII.
XXIV. 737

theory of, xxIII. 219.
436; his book of homilies, XII. 125. WASHBURN OBSERVATORY, at Madison, BEETLES, VI. 126, 130.
WARNER, William, English pastoral Wisconsin, U.S.A., XVII. 715.

WATER-BOK, antelope, II. IOI.
poet, XVIII. 347.
WASHING, Water for, xxiv. 399.

WATERBURY, town, Connecticut,
WARNERIUS, or Irnerius, Italian jurist, WASHING MACHINES, in bleaching, 11. U.S.A., XXIV. 400.
XIII. 277.

816.

WATER-CHAMBERS, in ships, xxi. 814.
WARNER OBSERVATORY, at Rochester, WASHING OF FEET, Christian rite, xv. | WATER CHESTNUT, tree, XVII. 664.
New York, U.S.A., XVII. 715.

635.

WATER-CLOSETS, XXI. 716.
WARP, in weaving, xxiv. 463; ancient, WASHING SODA, XXII. 243.

WATER COLOURS, XIX. 86; painting
XXIII, 206.
WASHINGTON, seat of government,

in, XVIII. 139.
WARPING, mode of irrigation, I. 406; United States, XXIV. 382; treaty of WATER CRESS, plant, XII. 289; XVII.
XIII. 367.

(1871), XXIII. 782; in 1810, XXIII. 239.
WARR, Peter de la, speaker of House of 757; Capitol at, II. 454; libraries, xiv. WATER-CROW, bird, XVIII. 75.
Commons, XVIII. 306.

535, 551; naval observatory, XVII. 715; WATER-CURE, or Hydropathy, XII. 542.
WARRANDICE, in Scots law, xxiv. 373. telescope in observatory, XXIII. 150.

WATER ENGINES, XII. 519.
WARRANT, in law, XXIV. 371; for - Territory, U.S.A., XXIV. 385. WATERFORD, county, Ireland, xxiv.
arrest, II. 630.

George, first president of the United 400.
WARRANTY, in law, XXIV. 372; of sale, States, XXIV. 387; commander-in-chief, , town, Ireland, XXIV. 401; news-
XXI. 208.

XXIII. 741; president, XXIII. 752; papers, XVII. 423.
WARREE, ungulate mammal, xvIII. 449. as author, I. 721.

WATER GAUGE, XII. 476.
WARREN, Mercy, American authoress, Mount, New Hampshire, U.S.A., WATER-GLASS, XXII. 53.

XVII. 390; XXIII. 792.

WATER-HEN, bird, xvi. 808.
Samuel, English novelist, xxiv. ISLANDS, Marquesas group, Pacific, Water Hog, rodent mammal, v. 80.
373.

XV. 564.

WATER IN THE HEAD, disease, XII. 431.
Dr Samuel, Wesleyan seceder, WASHITA, river, Louisiana, U.S.A., xv. WATERLAND, Daniel, his controversy

with Middleton, xvi. 282.
GIRDERS, for bridges, IV. 317. WASH-PUMPS, ore-dressers, XVI. 59. WATERLANDERS, Dutch sect, XVI. 12.
WARRINGTON, town, England, xxiv. WASPS, group of insects, xxiv. 391; XII. WATER-LILY, plant, XXIV. 402.
374.

577; XIII. 148; honey of, XII. 136. WATERLOO, village, Belgium, XXIV.
WARRINGTONITE, mineral, XVI. 402.

The, Aristophanes's comedy, II. 402; battle of (1815), ini. 444; VIII.
WARS, drug, XIII. 831.

508.

364; IX. 618; XVII. 224; XXIV. 497.
WARSAW, government, Russian Poland, WASTE, in law, XXIV. 393.

town, Iowa, U.S.A., XXIV. 402.
XXIV. 374.

LANDS, Improvement of, I. 402.

LECTURES, Col. Chesney's, V. 591.
town, Poland, xxIV. 375; observa OF WATER, in cities, XXIV. 410. WATERLOO-WITH-SEAFORTH, town,
tory at, XVII. 714.'

WEIR, IV. 785; XXIV. 408.

England, XXIV. 402.
Prince of (Ivan F. Paskewitch), WASUNGEN, town, Germany, XXI. 348. WATER-MARKS, in paper, XVIII. 218.
Russian general, XVIII. 340.

WA-SWAHILI, tribes, East Africa, xvii. WATER-MEADOWS, Irrigation of, XIII.
WARS OF GRANADA, romance, XX. 659. 319.

364, 367.
WART, skin excrescence, xxiv. 377; WATAUGA, river, Tennessee, U.S.A., WATERMEN, Thames, XXI. 30.
XVIII. 378; XXII. 121.

Settlements on, XXIII. 178. .

WATER METERS, XII, 505; XXIV. 410.
WARTA, river, Russian Poland, xix. 307. Watch, timepiece, XXIV. 394.

WATER-MOLE, monotreme mammal,
WARTBURG, fortress, Germany, VII. WATCHMAKING, in Geneva, x. 148; in

XIX. 213.
790; Luther's detention at, XV. 75. Switzerland, xxII. 779; at Waltham, WATER MOTORS, XII. 519.
Hill, Germany, XXI. 349.
U.S.A., XXIV. 339.

WATER-NEWT, Great, amphibian, XXIII.
WARTHE, river, Germany, XVII. 724. WATELLEN, mountain, Sahara, Africa, 577.
WART-HUG, ungulate mammal, XXII.

XXI. 149.

WATER-OUSEL, bird, xvIII. 75.
774.

WATER, XXIV. 398; boiling point of, at WATER Pipes, Flow of water through,
WARTON, Joseph, English man of letters, different heights, III. 387; for brewing, XII. 484; trap for, XXI. 714.
XXIV. 377.

IV. 273; composition of, v. 483; de- WATER POET (John Taylor), xxIII. 95.
Thomas (1688-1745), professor of composition of, by galvanism, xvII. WATER-POWER, in mechanics, xv. 773;
poetry at Oxford, xxiv. 377.
487; density of, at different tempera-

XII. 519.

XXV.

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1. 722.

XVI. 190.

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