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WATERPROOF CLOTH, XII. 842. WAVE, WAVES, in physics, XXIV. 415; | WEAVING, XXIV.463; ancient, XXIII. 206.
WATER-RAIL, bird, XX. 223.

of light, xiv. 603; of sound, 1. 102; WEB, in weaving, XXIV. 463.
WATER-RAT, rodent mammal, xxiv. tidal, xxIII. 372; action of, X. 284; -, Spider's, II. 295.
277

generation, height, and force of, xi. WEBB, F. W., his compound locomotive
WATERS, Mineral, XVI. 431.

456; motion of, XII. 457; xv. 686; engine, XXII. 521.
WATER-SHREW, insectivorous mammal, effects of surface-tension on, v. 69; Matthew, English champion
XXI. 844.
velocity of, XII. 436.

swimmer, XXII. 771.
WATERSPOUT, XVI. 130.

WAVE-LENGTHS, of spectrum lines, WEBER, Aloysia, German vocalist, XVII.
WATER-SUPPLY, XXIV. 402; in rela XXII. 378.
tion to health, XII. 568.
WAVELLITE, mineral, xvi. 405; XVIII.

Carl Maria Friedrich Ernst von,
WATER-THRUSH, bird, xix. 149.

818.

German composer, XXIV. 467.
WATERTIGHT COMPARTMENTS,

in WAVE-MAKING RESISTANCE, Law of, Constance, wife of Mozart, XVII.
ships, XXI. 816.

XXI. 810.
WATERTON, Charles, English naturalist, WAVENEY, river, England, XXII. 621. Ernst Heinrich, on the circulation
XXIV. 410.

WAVERLEY ABBEY, Surrey, England, of the blood, xxiv. 97; his law of
Edmund, his collection of rings, XXII. 694.

psycho-physics, XXIV. 470; his theory
XX. 561.

WAVERLEY NOVELS, Scott's, viii. 434; of reed-pipes, 1. 115.
WATERTOWN, town, New York, U.S.A.,
XXI. 549.

Franz Anton von, German musi-
XXIV. 410.

WAVERTREE, town, England, xxiv. cian, XXIV. 467.
town, Wisconsin, U.S.A., XXIV.411. 421.

Wilhelm, his contributions to the
WATERVLIET,

Shaker settlement, WAVE THEORY OF LIGHT, XXIV. 421. science of electricity, VIII. 10, 71; his
U.S.A., XXI. 737.

Wax, fatty solid, xxiv. 459; XVII. 739, theory of the magnetic molecule, xv.
WATER VOLCANO (Volcano de Agua), 743; in plants, XII. 17; vegetable, of 276.

Central America, I. 420; XI. 239. Japan, XIII. 591; white, of China, v. WEBER'S LAW, of psycho-physics, xxiv.
WATER-WAY, of ship, XXI. 819.

638; use of, in encaustic painting, 469.
WATER-WHEELS, XII. 438, 522; Pon VIII. 186; beeswax, III. 486; bleaching WEBSTER, Daniel, American statesman,
celot's improvements in, XIX. 452.
of beeswax, III. 823.

XXIV. 471; as orator, 1. 722.
WATER-WORKS, XXIV. 406; at Chicago, -Sealing, xxi. 586.

John, English dramatist, XXIV.
v. 613; Glasgow, x. 642; London, xiv. WAXBILL, bird, XXIV. 463.

473; VII. 432.
825; New York, XVII. 465; ancient WAX CANDLES, IV. 803.

-Noah, American lexicographer,
Olympia, XVII. 769; Paris, XVIII. WAX FIGURES, XXIV. 460.

XXIV. 474; I. 722.
279. See also Aqueduct.
WAX-INSECTS, China, v. 634.

Thomas, English painter, XXIV.
WATFORD, town, England, XXIV. 411. WAXMUNDSKA, mountain, Carpathians, 474.
WATHIK BILLAH, caliph, XVI. 585.

X. 25.

WECKHERLIN, Georg Rudolf, German
WATLING ISLAND, one of the Bahamas, WAXWING, bird, xxiv. 460; migrations writer, X. 530.
Atlantic, III. 237.

of, ul. 770.

WEDDAS (Veddahs), people of Ceylon,
WATLING STREET, Roman road, Eng- WAY, Right of, in law, xix. 705.

XXIV. 120.
land, xiv. 39; XVII. 568.

WAYMOUTH, George, Arctic explorer, WEDDERBURN, Alexander (Earl of
WATSON, Elkanah, his forecasts as to

XIX. 317

Rosslyn), lord chancellor of England,
population in U.S.A., XXIII. 818. WAYSTRACT, Richard, Lollard preacher,

XXIV. 475.
George, Scottish painter, x. 782. XIV, 811.

John, Scottish hymn-writer, XII.
Richard, bishop of Llandaff, con WAZAN, town, Morocco, XVI. 834.

591; XXI. 542.
troversialist, XXIV. 411.

WAZIR (Vizier), Moslem officer, xxiv. Robert, Scottish hymn-writer, XXI.
Robert Grant, on the races of 268; XVI. 591.

542.
Persia, xvIII. 627.

WEALD, district, Sussex, England, XXII. WEDDLE'S METHOD, of calculating
Thomas, English pastoral poet, 723.

logarithms, XIV. 779.
XVIII. 346.

WEALDENBERG (Saffron Walden), WEDGWOOD, John, English potter, XIX.
Sir William, his electrical experi ancient town, England, xxi. 146. 632.
ments, VIII. 5.
WEALDEN Rock, in geology, X. 357,

Josiah, English potter, XXIV. 476;
WATT, James, inventor of steam-engine, 359.

xix. 632.
XXIV. 412; XXII. 475; his diagram of WEALTH, in economics, XXIV. 461; XIX. Mr, on photography, XVIII. 821.
heat and work, XXIII. 284; on

347, 384.

WEDNESBURY, town, England, xxiv.
parallel motion, xv. 697; his partner OF NATIONS, Adam Smith's 476.
ship with Boulton, IV. 172.

treatise, xix. 366; XXII. 170.

WEE DAVIE, Norman Macleod's tale,
-Robert, Scottish bibliographer, I. WEAPONS, of war, II. 553; early use of, XV. 163.
660.

VIII. 617; modern military, xxiv. WEEK, of seven days, iv. 664; days of
WATTEAU, Antoine, French painter, 344.

the, 11. 740; astrological, XXI. 125.
XXIV. 414.

WEAR, river, England, XXII. 657. WEEKA, New Zealand bird, XVII. 723.
WATTEVILLE, Montchrétien de, French WEARING SHIP, XXI. 599.

WEEKLY MAGAZINES AND REVIEWS,
economist, XIX. 357.

WEASEL, carnivorous mammal, xxiv. XVIII. 536.
WATTS, Isaac, English divine and 462; XV. 440; XIX. 331.

WEEKLY REGISTER, Cobbett's
hymn-writer, XXIV. 415; hymns by, WEATHER, XVI. 157; its influence on paper, Vi. 84; XVII. 419.

mortality rates, III. 36.

WEEMS, or Picts' Houses, II. 339.
WAT TYLER, leader of English peasants' WEATHER-Book, Fitzroy's, IX. 272. WEERT, Jan de, Dutch writer, XII. 20.
revolt, vill. 319; XX. 541.
WEATHER MAPS, XVI. 158.

WEEVER, fish, XXIV. 477.
WAUWYL, lake-dwelling, Switzerland, WEAVER, river, England, v. 589. WEEvil, beetle, XXIV. 477; VI. 133; as
XIV. 223.
WEAVER-BIRD, XXIV. 462.

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WEEVIL, Corn, as wheat pest, xxiv. 536. WELLINGBOROUGH, town, England, | WERDAU, town, Saxony, xxiv. 501.
WEFT, in weaving, xxiv. 463; ancient, XXIV. 492; XVII. 556.

WERE-WOLF, object of superstitious
XXIII. 206.

WELLINGTON, town, Shropshire, Eng belief, xv. 89.
WEGIERSKI, Thomas Kajetan, Polish land, xxiv. 493.

WERGELAND, Henrik Arnold, Nor-
satirist, XIX. 303.

town, Somerset, England, xxiv. wegian poet and dramatist, XVII.
WEGSCHEIDER, Julius August Ludwig, 493.

590.
German theologian, XX. 290.

town, New Zealand, xxiv. 493. WERNER, Abraham Gottlob, German
WEGUELIN, T. M., on the Bank of Eng Lake, Victoria, Australia, xxiv. geologist, XXIV. 502.
land, III. 331.
216.

Friedrich Ludwig Zacharias, Ger-
WEHRLITE, mineral, xvi. 381.

Arthur Wellesley, duke of, Eng man poet, XXIV. 502; X. 543.
WEIDA, town, Germany, XXI. 349. lish general and statesman, XXIV. 493; Johann, of Nuremberg, on naviga-
WEIDENHAUSEN, suburb of Marburg, in battle, 1II. 444; British army under, tion, XVII. 251, 256.
Prussia, xv. 530.

II. 571; in India, XII. 804; in Portu of Neustadt, his encaustic process,
WEIGEL, Valentin, German mystic, gal, xix. 551; his campaigns in Spain, VIII. 186.
XVII. 134.

XXII. 344; his relations with Sir WERNICKE, Christian, German writer,
WEIGHING MACHINES, III. 261; XV. Robert Peel, XVIII. 455; his victories,

771; XVI. 490; agricultural, 1. 327. VIII. 364; at Waterloo, XVII. 224. WERNIGERODE, town, Prussia, xxiv.
Weight, Comparative, of bodies, Tables WELLINGTONIA, genus of trees, xxi. 502.
of, XII. 541; of materials for bridge 674; culture of, 11. 319.

WERRA, river, Germany, XXIV. 503.
building, IV. 288.

WELLINGTON ISLAND, Patagonia, XVIII. WERTHER, Goethe's work, x. 538, 725.
WEIGHT-MODULUS, VII. 807.

352.

WESEL, town, Prussia, XXIV. 502.
WEIGHTS, Abbreviations of designations WELLS, for water-supply, XXIV. 404.

John Kuchrath, German humanist,
of, 1. 29.

, town, England, xxiv. 499; sculp-

XXIV. 503.
AND MEASURES, XXIV. 478.
tures in cathedral, xxi. 558.

WESER, river, Germany, xxiv. 503; X.
WEIMAR, town, Germany, XXIV. 491;

William Charles, English physi 449.
XXI. 349; Goethe's residence in, x. cian, xv. 816.

WESLEY, Charles (1708-1788), English
727.
Wels, fish, xxII. 67.

evangelist and hymn-writer, xxiv.
Weir, in hydraulics, XII. 474; waste, WELSH, the name, VIII. 269; XXIV. 268. 504; hymns by, XII. 594.
IV. 785; XXIV. 408; on rivers, XX. 573. Mr, his balloon ascents, I. 195.

Charles (1757-1815), English
WEISENTHAL, Charles F., inventor of BARDS, III. 370; V. 318; VII. 791. organist and composer, XXIV. 504.
sewing machine, XXI. 718.

CALVINISTIC METHODISTS, XVI. John, founder of Methodism, xxiv.
WEISHAUPT, Adam, German mystic, 193.

504; VIII. 355; hymns by, xii. 594;
XII. 706.

CATTLE, I. 389.

his relation to Methodism, XVI. 185;
Weiss, Bernard Siegfried, German ana LANGUAGE, V. 298; dictionaries of, Spangenberg's relations with, xxII.
tomist, I. 455.
VII. 188.

368; Whitefield's, XXIV. 551.
Christian Samuel, on crystals, vi. LAW CODE, XXI. 216.

Samuel (1662–1735), English theo-
674.

LITERATURE, V. 314.

logian and poet, XXIV. 503.
WEISSENBERG (White Mountain), Bo MORTGAGE, in law, IV. 254.

Samuel (1690-1739), English poli-
hemia, Battle of (1620), 111. 861; XXIV. POETRY, VIII. 408.

tical critic and teacher, XXIV. 503.
328.

WELSHPOOL, town, Wales, XXIV. 500. Samuel (1766-1837), English
-, spa, Switzerland, xvi. 433. WEN, disease, XVIII. 380.

musical composer, XXIV. 504.
WEISSENFELS, town, Prussia, XXIV. 491. WENCESLAUS, German king and king WESLEYAN METHODISM, XVI. 186;
WEISSENSTEIN, mountain, Switzerland, of Bohemia, XXIV. 500; X. 495.

XXIV. 504; rise of, viii. 355.
XXII. 250.

king of Poland, xix. 288.

WESLEYAN REFORM UNION, XVI. 193.
WEISSGILTIGERZ, mineral, xvi. 395. WENDISH LANGUAGE, XXII. 153; dic-WESSEL (Wesselus Gansfortius), Ger-
WEISSITE, mineral, XVI. 418.

tionaries of, vil. 188.

man humanist, xxiv. 504; XX. 325.
WEISS-KUNIG, poetical autobiography, WENDISH SWITZERLAND, district, Rus J. H., Norse writer, VII. 91; XVII.
planned by emperor Maximilian I., sia, XXI. 72.

590.
xv. 644.

WENDS, Slavonic people, XXI. 353; WESSELENYI, Baron Nicholas, Hun-
WEKA, or Weeka, New Zealand bird, XXII. 145, 147

garian leader, XII. 371.
XVII. 723

WENGROFF, town, Russian Poland, Wessex, kingdom, England, viii. 270,
WELDON RANGE-FINDER, XXIII. 126. XXII. 37

282, 284; under Alfred the Great, I.
WELD-SEED OIL, XVII. 744.

WENHAM'S AERO-PLANES, for flying 506.
WELHAVEN, Johann Sebastian Cam machines, ix. 322.

WEST, Benjamin, American painter,
mermejer, Norwegian poet and critic, WENHAM'S PARABOLIC ILLUMINATOR, XXIV. 505.
XVII. 591.

XVI. 272, 273.

WESTALL, Richard, English painter,
WELIZ, town, Russia, XXIV. 137. WENLOCK, town, England, xxiv. 501; XXIV. 506.
WELLAND, river, England, xiv. 654; abbey at, I. 15.

WEST BAY City, Michigan, U.S.A.,
XVII. 555; XXI. 114.

WENTWORTH, Charles Watson, marquis XXIV. 506.
CANAL, Canada, XXI. 179.
of Rockingham, xx. 615.

WEST BROMWICH, town, England,
WELLESLEY, Richard Wesley, marquis - Thomas, earl of Strafford, English XXIV. 506.

of, English politician, XXIV. 491; statesman, XXII. 584; VIII. 347. WESTBROOK, Harriet, wife of the poet
governor-general of India, XII. 804. WENZEL, of Olmutz, German engraver, Shelley, XXI. 790.
Henry, his Anthologia Polyglotta, vil. 556.

WESTBURY, Lord, lord chancellor of

Karl Friedrich, German metal England, xxiv. 506.
PROVINCE, Straits Settlements, lurgist, XXIV. 501; on chemical equi- WEST CHESTER, town, Pennsylvania,
XXII. 586.
valents, V. 463

U.S.A., XXIV. 506; XVIII. 499.

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WEST DERBY, town, England, xxiv. WEST VIRGINIA, State, U.S.A., xxiv. WHEATSTONE, Sir Charles, English
506.

517; mineral springs of, XVI. 436. physicist, xxiv. 537 ; his electric
WESTERLAND, town, Sylt, Schleswig, WESTWARD Ho! C. Kingsley's novel, bridge, VIII. 13; XXIII. 116; his
XXII. 810.
XIV. 89.

magic lyre experiment, XXIII. 127;
WESTERN AUSTRALIA,

507 ; | WET-BULB THERMOMETER, VII. 218. invention of stereoscope by, XXII.
mines in, XVI. 471.

WETSTEIN, John Jacob, Swiss Biblical 538; his telegraphic apparatus, XXIII.
WESTERN BANK, Scotland, III. 335. critic, xxiv. 520.

113, 120.
WEST HAM, town, England, xxiv. WETTE, Wilhelm Martin Leberecht de, WHEELER, William A., vice-president
509.

German theologian, VII. 144; XVIII. of the United States, XXIII. 790.
WEST HARTLEPOOL, town, England, 505; XX. 290.

WHEELING, town, West Virginia, U.S.A.,
XI. 497

WETZLAR, district, Rhenish Prussia, XXIV. 538.
WEST HOUGHTON, town, England, XX. 20.

WHEEL-MAPS, xv. 518.
XXIV. 509.

WEXFORD, county, Ireland, xxiv. 521; WHEELS, XV. 755; of clocks, Vi. 32 ;
WEST-INDIAN, The, comedy, by Cum town, XXIV. 522.

of railway rolling stock, XX. 245, 247;
berland, vi. 704.

WEXIONIUS, Olof, Swedish poet, XXII. over-balancing, perpetual-motion at-
WEST INDIES, or West India Islands, 755.

tempts with, XVIII. 554.
XXIV. 509; 1. 714; birds of, III. 748; WEYDEN, Roger van der (c. 1400–64), WHEEL-STONES, XV. 528.
XVIII. 16; buccaneers, iv. 408; pro Flemish painter, XXI. 439, 443 ; his WHEENERD, bird, xx. 318.
portion of coloured population, XVII. connexion with Memling, xv. 846. WHELK, mollusc, xvi. 646; fishery, ix.

320; Edwards's History of, vii. 688. Roger der (1450–1529), 265.
WESTINGHOUSE BRAKE, on railway Flemish painter, XXI. 439, 443.

WHERNSIDE, mountain, England, xxiv.
carriages, XX. 249.

WEYMOUTH, town, England, xxiv. 746.
WESTMACOTT, Sir Richard, English 522.

WHERRY, boat, XXI. 30.
sculptor, XXIV. 512.

PINE, tree, XIX. 105.

WHETSTONE, XII. 134.
WESTMEATH, county, Ireland, xxiv. WEYPRECHT, Karl, Arctic explorations WHEW, WHEWER, bird, xxiv. 561.
512.

of, xix. 323, 326.

WHEWELL, William, English philo-
WESTMINSTER, district of London, WEYSE, Christoph, Danish musical com sopher, xxiv. 539; his anemometer,
XIV. 821; St Peter's school at, xiv. poser, vil. 94.

II. 25; ethics of, vill. 605.
835.

WHALE, cetacean mammal, xxiv. 523; WHEWELLITE, mineral, xvi. 428.
ABBEY, I. 14; XIV. 837, 843; xv. 394; distribution of whales, vii. Whey, of milk, xvi. 304; composition
architecture of, 11. 427; Henry VII.'s 280; extermination of, xix. 126; food

of, v. 455.
tomb in, xxIII. 453; sculptures in, of, vi. 664; sense of touch in, XXII. WHIGGAMORE RAID, Scotland, XXI.
XXI. 558; under Dean Stanley, XXII. 479.

514.
452.

WHALEBONE, Xxiv. 528; xv. 394 ; Whics, political party, in England
ASSEMBLY (1643), xix. 687.
XXII. 108.

XXIV. 540; VIII. 350, 353, 359, 361 ;
CLOCK, VI. 34.
WHALE FISHERIES, XXIV. 526.

in United States, XXIII. 757, 764.
CONFESSION OF FAITH, V. 565. WHALE OILS, XXIV. 529; XVII. 744.

WHIMBREL, bird, vi. 711.
ELECTION (1784), IX. 497.

WHALSAY, island, Shetland, Scotland, Whin, shrub, ix. 851; as forage plant,
HALL, Roof of, xxiv. 647.
XVII. 846.

I. 378.
PALACE, London, xiv. 838. WHARF, or Quay, XI. 455.

WHINDLE, bird, xx. 318.
WESTMORLAND, county, England, WHARTON, Marquises of, xxiv. 529. WHIPPLE, Edwin Percy, American critic,
XXIV. 513.

Thomas, English anatomist, I. 1. 724.
WESTON, Sir Richard, on husbandry, 811.

WHIP-POOR-Will, bird, x. 711.
1. 297

WHATELY, Richard, archbishop of WHIP SNAKE, XXII. 195.
WESTON-SUPER-MARE, town, England, Dublin, xxiv. 529; on rhetoric, xx. Whip-WORM, parasite, xxiv. 206; dis-
XXIV. 516.
515.

ease caused by, XVIII, 270.
WEST-ÖSTLICHER DIVAN, Goethe's WHAUP, bird, vi. 711.

WHIRLPOOL, XXIV. 540.
poems, X. 540, 735.

WHEAT, plant and grain, xxiv. 531; WHIRLWIND, XVI. 129; of Egypt, VII.
WESTPHALIA, circle and duchy, xxiv. XI. 57; cultivation of, 1. 354; Aour 703.

517; congress of (1645), III. 268; VI. from, III. 251; IX. 346; experiments WHISKEY-JACK, bird, XIII. 611.
269; peace of (1648), III. 126; IX. 571; on, with different manures, xv. 507; WHISKY, or Whiskey, distilled spirit,
X. 501; xv. 652.

price of, influenced by corn laws, Vi. XXIV. 542; pathological effects of,
kingdom, xxiv. 517.

409; starch from, XXII. 456; variation XVIII. 407; distillation of, vii. 264;
province, Prussia, xxiv. 516. in, effected by climate, 1. 85, 86; aver distillation in Ireland, XIII. 233.
WESTPHAL'S COMET, VI. 193.

age yield of, 1. 413; of India, XII. 747. Whist, card game, xxiv. 543.
West Point, military academy, New WHEATEAR, bird, xxiv. 536.

WHISTON, William, English divine and
York, U.S.A., XXIV. 517; 11. 619; WHEAT FLOUR, III. 251; 1X. 346. mathematician, XXIV. 548; his method
XII. 331.

WHEATLEY, Francis, English painter, for finding longitude, XVII. 257; VII.
WESTPORT, town, Ireland, xv. 650. XXIV. 537

291; his magnetic experiments, xv.
WEST PRUSSIA, or Westpreussen, pro Phillis, American authoress, I. 236.
vince, Prussia, XX. 20.

722.

WHIST-PLAYING AUTOMATON, XV. 210.
WESTRAY, island, Orkney, Scotland, WHEAT-MIDGE (Hessian Fly), insect, WHITBOURNE, Captain Richard, gover-
XVII. 846.
XI. 781; XXIV. 535.

nor, Newfoundland, xvii. 385.
WESTROP, Henry, English symphonist, WHEATON, Henry, American jurist, WHITBY, town, England, xxiv. 548;
XVII. 97.
XXIV. 537

monastery of, XI. 813.
WEST TROY, town, New York, U.S.A., WHEAT PESTS, XXIV. 534.

WHITCHURCH, town, England, XXI. 848.
XXIV. 517.
WHEAT STARCH, XXII. 456.

WHITE, Pigments of, xix. 86.

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WHITE, Benjamin, English naturalist WHITETHROAT, bird, xxiv. 553. WICKLIFFE, or Wycliffe (2.0.), John,
publisher, xxiv. 549.
WHITE TRAP, rock, X. 311.

English Reformer, xxiv. 708.
Gilbert, English naturalist, xxiv. WHITFIELD, or Whitefield (q.v.), George, WickLIFFE'S BIBLE, VIII. 383.
549; on birds, XVIII. 9.

English preacher, XXIV. 551.

Wicklow, county and town, Ireland,
Henry, English meteorologist, John Clarke, English organist and XXIV. 557
XXIV. 549.

musical composer, XXIV. 553.

WICKSTEED, J. H., his single-lever test-
John, English naturalist, xxiv. WHITGIFT, John, archbishop of Canter ing machine, XXII. 596.
549.

bury, xxiv. 554; VIII. 377.

WIDALIN, John, Icelandic bishop, XII.
Joseph Blanco, author, XXIV. 550. WHITHORN, town, Scotland, XVII. 513;

626.
Robert, English engraver, xxiv. XXIV. 563; monastery of, xvi. 706. WIDDIN, town, Bulgaria, xxiv. 558.
550.
WHITING, fish, XXIV. 554; XII. 691.

WIDE-AWAKE, bird, xxIII. 189.
-Thomas, English scientist, xxiv. abbot of Glastonbury, England, 1. WIDGEON, bird, vii. 506.
549.

24.

WIDIN, or Widdin, town, Bulgaria,
ANTS, insects, I. 260; XIII. 146, WHITING-POUT, fish, xix. 650.

XXIV. 558.
152.
WHITLOW, disease, xxiv. 554.

WIDMANNSTÄTTEN FIGURES,
WHITEBAIT, fish, xxiv. 550; fishery, WHITMAN, Marcus, colonizer in Oregon, meteoric irons, XVI. 113.

U.S.A., XVII. 825.

WIDNES, town, England, xxiv. 558.
WHITEBOY Society, Ireland, XIII. 270. Walt, American poet, 1. 733.

Widow, Marriage of, among Jews, XXI.
WHITE CANONS, or Præmonstratensians WHITNEY, William Dwight, on classifi-

III.
(2.1.), monastic order, I. 20.

cation of religions, xx. 365; on lan- WIDOW-BIRD, XXIV. 463.
WHITE CART, river, Scotland, XX. guages of American Indians, 1. 689. Widow's QUARANTINE, in law, xx.
395.
WHITNEYITE, mineral, xvi. 393.

158.
WHITE DOE OF RYLSTONE, Words- WHITSTABLE, town, England, xxiv. WIED, Counts of, Rhenish Prussia,
worth's poem, xxiv. 676.
555.

XVII. 366.
WHITE-EYE, bird, xxiv. 824.

WHITSUNDAY, XXIV. 555; xv. 648. WIEDEMANN, Gustav Heinrich, his
WHITEFIELD, town, England, XXIV. WHITSUNTIDE, in England, in time of magnetic researches, xv. 253-
551.

Shakespeare, XXI. 750.

WIELAND, in German mythology, XI.
- George, English preacher, xxiv.

WHITTAKER, James, Shaker leader, 679.
551; VIII. 355; XVII. 376.
XXI. 737

novel by C. B. Brown, iv. 383.
WHITEFISH, XXIV. 552.

WHITTIER, John Greenleaf, American Christopher Martin, German man
WHITEHALL, Government offices, Lon-

poet, 1. 734.

of letters, XXIV. 558; X. 535; as
don, xiv. 839, 847.

WHITTINGTON, town, England, xxiv. translator of Shakespeare, VII. 442.
BANQUETING HOUSE, II. 443. 555.

WIELICZKA, Poland, Salt-mine at, XXI.
WHITEHAVEN, town, England, xxiv. Sir Richard, lord mayor of Lon-

230.
552.

don, XXIV. 555.

WIEN (Vienna, q.v.), XXIV. 219.
WHITEHEAD, bird, xvIII. 52.

AND HIS Cat, Legend of, xxiv. - river, Austria, XXIV. 219.
TORPEDO, XXIII. 450; XVII. 285.

WIENER-NEUSTADT, town, Austria,
WHITE HORDE, Mongols, XVI. 747. WHITTLESEA MERE, England, Drainage XVII. 365.
WHITE HORSE Hill, Berkshire, Eng of, iv. 728.

WIEPRZ, river, Poland, XIX. 307.
land, III. 593.

WHITWORTH, town, England, xxiv. WIERZBOLOWO, town, Russian Poland,
WHITE HORSE VALE, England, Stone 556.

XXII. 728.
alignments in, XXI. 51.

Sir Joseph, his experiments on WIERZ-YARVI, lake, Russia, XIV. 724.
WHITE HOUSE, Washington, U.S.A., projectiles, 1. 745.

WIESBADEN, district, Germany, XVII.
XXIV. 384.
WHOOPER, bird, XXII. 731.

238.
WHITEHURST, Mr, his hydraulic ram, WHOOPING-Cough, disease, XII. 154. town, Germany, XXIV. 559;
IV. 173.

WHORL, spinning apparatus, xiv. 664. mineral water of, xvi. 434.
WHITE LEAD, XIV. 378.

WHORTLEBERRY, shrub, XXIV. 556. WIESELGREN, Per, Swedish historian,
WHITE LEG, disease, XXII. 684.

WHY COME NOT YE TO COURT? Skel XXII. 758.
WHITE LIGHT, XIV. 596, 607.

ton's song, XXII. 120.

WIFE, Wives, Laws relating to, XII.
WHITELOCK, General, Capitulation of, WHYDAH, town, Dahomey, Africa, vi. 400; XV. 565; Xxiv. 637.
at Buenos Ayres, II. 490.

765.

Wir, of artificial hair, xxiv. 560.
WHITELOCKE,

Bulstrode, English | WHYMPER, Edward, his expedition to WIGAN, town, England, xxiv. 560.
Commonwealth politician, XXIV. 552. Greenland, xix. 324.

WIGEON, bird, xxiv. 561.
WHITE MAGIC, XV. 207.

WHYTOCK, Richard, his carpet-weaving Wight, Isle of, England, xxiv. 561.
WHITE MOUNTAINS, New Hampshire, process, V. 130.

WIGRY, lake, Russian Poland, xix.
U.S.A., XVII. 390; XXIII. 792. WIBERT of Ravenna (Clement III., 308.
WHITE PINE, tree, xix. 105.

antipope), XI. 255.

WIGTOWN, county, Scotland, xxiv. 562;
WHITE Plains, New York, Provincial WIBORG, province, Finland, ix. 217; town, XXIV. 563.
congress at (1776), XVII. 455.

town, XXIV. 209.

WILBERFORCE, Samuel, bishop of
WHITE ROCK, form of basalt, X. 311. WICHE's LAND, island, Spitzbergen, Oxford, XXIV. 564.
WHITE SEA, Russia, XXI. 67, 72, 73; XXII. 408.

William, English philanthropist,
fisheries in, XXI. 582.

WICHITA, town, Kansas, U.S.A., xxiv. XXIV. 565; his opposition to the slave
WHITE'S TACKLE, in mechanics, xv. 556.

trade, XXII. 139.
763.

Wick, of candle, iv. 803; of lamp, WILCZEK LAND, Polar Regions, Dis-
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, Virginia, XIV. 245.

covery of, xix. 324.
U.S.A., XVI. 436.

, town, Scotland, xxiv. 556. WILDALLE, Giuseppe Pinetti de, Italian
WHITE SWELLING, disease, XVIII. 405. WICKER-WORK, III. 421.

conjurer, xv. 208.

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WILDBAD, Salzburg, Austria, Mineral | WILLENHALL, town, England, xxiv. | WILLIAM of Tyre, mediæval historian, springs at, X. 107. 574.

XXIV. 584. , town, Würtemberg, xxiv. 565; WILLESDEN, town, England, xxiv. 574. of Wykeham, bishop of Winchester, mineral water of, XVI. 433.

William I., the Conqueror, king of and chancellor of England, xxiv. 585. WILD CATTLE, V. 245; XI. 411; XVII. England, xxiv. 574; VIII. 289, 291, AND MARY COLLEGE, Virginia, 566.

301; XVII. 542; his Domesday Book, U.S.A., XXIII. 732. WILD DUCK, VII. 505.

VII. 349; his relation to the English DE CHARTRES, grand-master of WILDE, Richard H., American writer, Church, XIV. 283.

Knights Templars, XXIII. 162. 1. 723.

II., Rufus, of England, xxiv. 576; Fitz OSBERT, leader of a revolt WILDEGG, spa, Switzerland, XVI. 434. VIII. 292, 301; his contest with the in London, vill. 305. WILDFIRE, or Summer Lightning, xxIII. popedom, II. 91.

LONGSWORD, duke of Normandy, 330.

III., of England, xxiv. 578; VIII.

XVII. 540. Wild HUNTSMAN, legend, xiii. 674. 351; XII. 81; his war with France, ix. WILLIAMS, Edward, on Welsh literature, WILDSPITZ, mountain, Tyrol, 1. 629. 576; his relations with Ireland, xii.

- mountain, Switzerland, xxiv. 826. 268; with Scotland, xxi. 517; with Frederick G., Mormon leader, XVI. WILDUNGEN, spa, Germany, XXIV. 321; Spain, XXII. 335.

826.

IV., of England, xxiv. 580; VIII. John, English missionary, xxiv. WILFRID, archbisliop of York, xxiv. 365.

586. 565; XVII. 569.

IV., landgrave of Hesse, XXIV. Lieutenant, friend of Shelley, XXI. WILHELM of Herle, German painter, 582.

792. XXI. 438, 443

I., count of Holland, XII. 71.

Roger, American colonist and MEISTER, Goethe's work, X. 732. II., count of Holland, and German Puritan pastor, XXIV. 586; founder of WILHELMSHAVEN, or Wilhelmshafen, king, XXIV. 584; X. 491; XII. 71. Rhode Island settlement, xx. 524;

town, Germany, xxiv. 566; XVII. 757; III.-VI., of Holland, XII. 72. founder of Baptists in America, III. observatory at, XVII. 713.

I., the Silent, prince of Orange, 356. WILHELMSHÖHE, palace, Cassel, Ger regent of Holland, xxiv. 582; XII. Sir William Fenwick, English many, V. 183. 76.

general, xiv. 6. WILHELMSTHAL, Prussia, Battle of II., stadtholder of Holland, XII. Mount, Victoria, Australia, xxiv. (1762), III. 129. 79.

215. WILHELM TELL, Schiller's drama, XXI. III., stadtholder of Holland, xii. WILLIAMSBURG, town, Virginia, U.S.A., 398.

XXIV. 261. WILIBALD ALEXIS (Wilhelm Häring), IV., stadtholder of Holland, xii, - CANALS, St Lawrence, Canada, German novelist, XI. 479. 82.

XXI. 181. WILKES, John, English politician, XXIV. V., stadtholder of Holland, XII. 82. WILLIAMSON, Joseph, English news566; VIII. 358; XXIII. 444.

I., king of Holland, xxiv. 584;

letter writer, XVII. 414. WILKESBARRE, town, Pennsylvania, XII. 83.

Peter, founder of penny post in U.S.A., XXIV. 568.

II.-III., kings of Holland, XII. 83. Edinburgh, xix. 566. WILKIE, Sir David, Scottish painter, IX., count of Poitiers, Provençal | WILLIAMSPORT, town, Pennsylvania, XXIV. 568. poet, XIX. 872.

U.S.A., XXIV. 587. WILKINS, Bishop John, author of Mathe - I., king of Prussia and German WILLIAMSTOWN, Massachusetts, U.S.A., matical Magic, XVIII. 554.

emperor, XXIV. 581; XX. 12; X. 513. Observatory at, XVII. 715. WILKOMIERZ, town, Russia, xxiv. 226. the Lion, king of Scotland, xxi. suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Will, or Testament, in law, XXIV. 570; 484; I. 487.

Australia, xv. 835. in Roman law, xx. 674, 691, 706, king of Sicily, XXII. 26.

WILLIBRORD, St, apostle of the Frisians, 713.

of Auvergne, scholastic philoso XXIV. 587; IX. 788. Sin Schopenhauer's philosophy, pher, XXI. 427

WILLIMANTIC, town, Connecticut, XVIII. 687; XXI. 453, 457; his work, of Champeaux, scholastic philoso U.S.A., XXIV. 587. The World as Will and Idea, XVIII. pher, I11. 602; XXI. 422.

Willis, John, English stenographer, 687; XXI. 450.

of Cologne, German painter, XXI. XXI. 836, 837 Freedom of the views of moralists 438, 443.

Nathaniel Parker, American on the, viii. 608; Cousin's doctrine, Vi. of Lamberton, bishop of St writer, XXIV. 587; I. 727. 525; Descartes's, V. 146; Edwards's, VII. Andrews, XX. 593.

Thomas, English physician, xxiv. 690; Epictetus's, vill. 471; Hobbes's, of Lorris, French romancist, XXIV. 588, 815; I. 811; XV. 811. XII. 36; Kant's, XIII. 853; XVI. 84; 584; IX. 643.

WILLISTON, Samuel, button manuLeibnitz's, XIV. 422 ; Malebranche's, of Malmesbury, historical writer, facturer, iv. 599. V. 150; Spencer's, XXI. 457; Spinoza's, XV. 336.

WILLMORE, James Tibbits, English V. 158; St Paul's, XVIII. 427.

of Newburgh, English chronicler, engraver, XXIV. 588. WILLAMETTE, river, Oregon, U.S.A., XXIV. 585.

Willock, bird, xi. 262; XX. 302. XVII. 822.

of Occam, scholastic philosopher, Will-oʻ-THE-Wisp, or Ignis Fatuus, WILLAN, Robert, English physician, xv. XXI. 430; on the idea of God, xxIII. XVIII. 813 816.

241.

WILLOUGHBY, Lord, governor of WILLEHALM, Wolfram's legendary of Rubruk (Rubruquis, q.v.), Barbados, III. 360. history, xxiv. 632. Franciscan traveller, XXI. 46.

Sir Hugh, English navigator, X. WILLEMITE, mineral, XVI. 410; XXIV. of Saint-Calais, bishop of Durham, 183; XIX. 316. 785.

XXIV. 577

Willow, tree, XXIV. 588; culture of, 11. WILLEM THE MINSTREL, Dutch writer, of Saliceto, Italian surgeon, XXII.

318; for wicker-work, 111, 422; bark 675.

of, for tanning, xiv. 382.

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