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WILLS, William John, Australian eX-
plorer, III. 106.

WILLUGHBY, Francis, English natural-
ist, XXIV. 589; on birds, XVIII. 4; on
ichthyology, XII. 631.

WILMINGTON, town, Delaware, U.S.A.,
XXIV. 589.

_, town, North Carolina, U.S.A.,
XXIV. 589.

VVILMOT, John, earl of Rochester, Eng-
lish poet, XX. 614.

_ PROVISO, in United States history,
XXIII. 768.

VVILNO, or Vilna, government, Russia,
XXIV. 233; town, XXIV. 234.

\VILSON, Alexander, Scottish-American
naturalist, XXIV. 590; on American
Ornithology, XVIII. 16.

, Dr Alexander, on sun-spots, II.
785.

_, Allan R., improver of sewing
machine, XXI. 719.

_, Florence (V olusenus), Scottish
humanist, XXIV. 296; XXI. 541.

_, Henry, Vice-president of the United
States, XXIV. 590.

_, Horace Hayman, English Orien-
talist, XXIV. 590.

_, James, American judge, XXIII.
748-

—, James, Scottish naturalist, XXIV.
591; on Ornithology, XVIII. I 3.

, John, Scottish man of letters, XXIV.
591-

_, John, of Ainsworth, his improve-
ments in cotton manufacture, VI. 489.

_, Richard, English painter, XXIV.
593i XXI- 441, 444-

_, lVilliam, Scottish Seceder, XXIII.
728.

WILSON’S PEAK, Rocky Mountains,
U.S.A., XXIII. 796.

W1LSoN’s PROMONTORV, Victoria, Aus-
tralia, XXIV. 215.

WILTON, town, England, XXIV. 595.

_ CARPETS, V. 130.

WILTS, county, England, XXIV. 593.

“Пивца, mining implement, XVI. 443.

WIMBLEDON, town, Surrey, XXIV. 595.

_ COMMON, near London, XIV. 824;
rifle meetings on, XXIV. 29 5.

WIMBORNE MINSTER, town, England,
XXIV. 595; VII 372.

“лысину, England, Battle of (1643),
VI. 599.

WINCHCOMBE, John (Jack of Newbury),
English weaver, XVII. 375.

“Именным, town, England, XXII.
724.

WINCHESTER, town, England, XXIV.
596; architecture of cathedral, II. 426,
428 ; crypt of cathedral, VI. 668 ; Saxon
standards of measure kept at, XXIV.
483.

_, town, Virginia, U.S.A., XXIV.
597-

_ COLLEGE, England, XXIV. 586, 596.

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WINcI-IESTER OBSERVATORV, at Yale
College, Connecticut, U.S.A., XVII.
715.

WINCKELMANN, Johann Joachim, Ger-
man archaeologist, XXIV. 597; II. 344;
X. 535; on plastic beauty, I. 219; his
system of mnemonics, XVI. 533.

WIND, WINDS, XVI. 143, 154, 180; re-
lation of, to climate, VI. 6; force of,
XVI. 124; geological action of, X. 265;
BIIys-Ballot’s law of the winds, III. 29 ;
measurer of force of, II. 24; in navi-
gation, XVII. 275; Kant on theories of,
XIII. 847.

WIND-CARRIAGE, lnvention of,
Бил/111115, XXII. 545.

WIND DOGS, in meteorology, X1. 399.

WINDERMERE, Lake, England, XIV.
252; XXIV. 513.

WINDHAM, Sir William, Bolingbrokds
letter to, IV. 6.

_, William, English politician, XXIV.
598-

WINDHOVER, bird, XIV. 53.

WINDING MACHINERY, in mines, XVI.
456-

\VINDLASS, IV. 621; differential, XV.
763; Spanish, XXI. 591.

WINDMILL, XXIV. 599; XV. 773.

WINDOWS, in building, IV. 493, 496;
glass for, X. 660; stained,­ manu-
facture of, X. 668 ; tracery on, IV.
475; ventilation by, XXIV. 160.

“'INDPIPE, or Trachea, XX. 475 ; of
mammals, XV. 365.

WINDRUSH, river, England, XVIII. 93;
XXIII. 220.

\VINDSOR, town, England, XXIV. 600;
libraries, XIV. 545; tapestry manufac-
ture, XXIII. 213.

, town, Ontario, Canada, VII. 133.

_, town, Nova Scotia, XVII. 603.

CASTLE, England, XXIV. 601 ; organ
of St George’s Chapel at, XVII. 835, 8 37.

_ FOREST, Pope’s poem, XIX. 484.

WINDwARD ISLANDS, West Indies,
XXIV. 510; III. 749.

WINE, XXIV. 601; adulterations of, I.
173; fermentation of, IX. 92, 97 ;
Canary, IV. 797; Catawba, V. 219;
production in Europe, VIII. 691; pro-
duction in Italy, XIII. 4 5 1; of Madeira,
XV. 178; the industry in Spain, XXII.
299; of Würtemberg, XXIV. 70o;
sacramental, XXI. 134; XXIII. 159.

_TONNERS, English trading com-
pany, I. 173.

VVINFRID (St Boniface), apostle of Ger-
many, IV. 33; X. 478; as papal legate,
XIX. 494.

WINGS, of birds, 111. 720; IX. 308; of
Chiroptera, XV. 405; of insects, XIII.
144; 1X. 310.

\VINILIS, Scandinavian tribe, XIV. 813.

WINXELRIED, Arnold von, Legend of,
XXIV. 612.

WINXLER, friend of Lessing, XIV. 480.

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WINTIIER, Christian, Danish writer,
V11. 92.

WINTIIROP, John (1587-1649), Puritan,
governor of lllassachusetts, U.S.A.,
XXIV. 614; IV. 72.

_, John (1606-1676), Puritan, gover-
nor of Connecticut, U.S.A., XXIV.
614.

_, Theodore, American writer, I.
727.

“ШПОН, or Wyntoun, Andrew, Scot-
tish writer, XXIV. 712; his Cronykil,
III. 364; XXI. 54o.

WINVAIV BAV, South Carolina, U.S.A.,
XXII. 287.

lVINzET, Ninian, Scottish controver-
sialist, XXI. 542.

WIRE, XXIV. 614; elasticity of, VII.
800, 803, 817; fences of, I. 310; table
of strength of, XVI. 65; telegraphic,
XXIII. 114; telephonie, XXIII. 132.

WIRE-DRAWING, Brass, IV. 217.

_, of steam, XXII. 487.

“пав FENCES, I. 310.

WIRE NAILS, XVII. 166.

“Гики-Интима, XVII. 360.

WIRE-ROPE, XX. 846.

WIRE-lVORM, insect larva, VI. 132; as
wheat pest, XXIV. 536.

W IRZBERG (Würzburg), town, Bavaria,
XXIV. 704; XIV. 547.

\VISBECI­I, or Wisbeach, town, England,
XXIV. 615.

WISBV, town, Gotland, Sweden, XXIV.
616.

_ SEA LAWS, XXI. 585.

WISCONSIN, State, U.S.A., XXIV. 616.

WISDOM, or Hokmah, in Hebrew litera-
ture, XI. 599; XIII. 420, 702; XIX.
872.

, or Фрбвтц, in ancient ethics, VIII.
574; in Socratic philosophy, XXII.
237; XIX. 195.

_ OF GOD, Rays work, XX. 301.

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WISDOM OF JESUS, SON OF SIRACH, in
Apocrypha, II. 181.

\VISDOM OF SOLOMON, in Apoerypha,
II. 181.

XVISE, John, American aeronaut, I. 193.

\VISEMAN, Richard, English surgeon,
XXII. 676.

WISERINE, mineral, XVI. 403.

“ЧЗНАКТ, GGOrgQ, Scottish martyr, III.
466; XXI. 499.

WIsI-IAW, town, Scotland, XXIV. 619.

WISLICA, Statute of, Poland, XIX. 288.

WISMAR, town, Germany, XXIV. 619.

WIsNIOwIECxI, Michael, king of
Poland, XIX. 295.

WIT, in phrenology, XVIII. 845.

_, Johan de, on life annuities, II. 78.

VVITAN, or lvitenagemot, early English
council, XVIII. 302.

WITCHCRAFT, XXIV. 619; II. 204; VII.
63; XV. 199; lycanthropous, XV. 89;
in the Scottish Highlands, X. 9; tor-
ture applied in trials for, XXIII. 465;
Bodin’s belief in, III. 848.

WITcHEs’ CALDRON, in Shakespeares
Macbeth, XV. 202.

WITCH or ATLAS, The, by Shelley, xXI.
793.

WITCH OF EDMONTON, Ford and Dek-
ker’s play, IX. 396.

WITCH SABIzATHs, in legend, XIII. 674.

\VITENAGEMOT, early English council,
VIII. 276; XVIII. 302, 459, 461.

\VITHAM, river, England, XIV. 654.

_, England, Monastery of, I. 21.

WITHAMITE, mineral, XVI. 409.

WITHER, George, English poet, XXIV.
623; as hymn-writer, XII. 591; as
pastoral poet, XVIII. 347.

WITHERINCS, Thomas, English postal
reformer, XIX. 563.

WITHERITE, mineral, хш. 398.

WITHINGTON, town, England, XXIV.
62 3.

WITIZA, reforming Benedictine monk,
XVI. 707.

WITNESS, in law, XXIV. 623; VIII. 743;
XIX. 777.

WITsIUs, Hermann, Dutch theologian,
XXIV. 625.

VVITr, Cornelius de, Dutch burgomaster,
VII. 145.

_, John de, Dutch statesman, VII.
145; XII. 80.

WITTEXIND, or “чтива, Saxon leader,
V. 403; XXI. 351.

WITTEN, town, Prussia, XXIV. 62 5.
WITTENBERG, town, Prussia, XXIV.
625; university of, XXIII. 843, 848.
_ CONCORDIA, of German Protes-

tants, XV. 83.

_ THESES, Luthers, xv. 72.

WITTICH, Christoph, Cartesian philo-
sopher, VII. 126.

_, of Breslau, his calculation by
prosthaphœresis, XVII. 183.

WITTICHENITE, mineral, XVI. 395.

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WITTIXIND, or Wittekind, Saxon leader,
V. 403; XXI. 351.

\VITTO\V, district, Rügen, Prussia, XXI.
56.

WITwIcKI, Polish poet, XIX. 304.

WIVELISCOMBE, town, England, XXII.
2 58.

VVIVES, Laws relating to, XII. 400; XV.
565; XXIV. 637.

_ AND DAUGHTERS, Mrs GaskelPs
novel, X. 105.

WLADIsLAwOw, town, Russian Poland,
XXII. 728.

WLADVSLAW I., king of Poland, XIX.
287.

_ II., of Poland, XIX. 288.

_ III., of Poland, XIX. 289.

_ IV., of Poland, XIX. 294.

WLOCLAWEX, town, Russian Poland,
XXIV. 625.

W LODAWA, town, Russian Poland, XXII.

37~

шел), dye, VII. 576.

\VOBURN, town, Massachusetts, U.S.A.,
XXIV. 62 5.

_ ABBEY, England, III. 483.

WOELFL, Joseph, Austrian pianist and
composer, XXIV. 626.

WOEPCXE, François, on numerals, XVII.
627.

\VOGAN, cave, Pembroke, Wales, XVIII.
48 3.

\VÖHLER, Friedrich, German chemist,
XXIV. 626; on the strength of metals,
XXII. 601.

WÖHLERITE, mineral, XVI. 426.

WOHLGEMUTH, Michael, German
painter, XXIV. 627; VII. 555; XVII.
663; XXI. 565.

WOLBOROUGH, town, England, XVII.
449-

WÖLCHITE, mineral, XVI. 395.

VVOLCOT, John (Peter Pindar), English
painter and satirist, XXIV. 628.

WoLDs, The, hills, England, XIV. 65 3.

WOLF, carnivorous mammal, XXIV. 628;
XV. 438; atiinities of, to the dog, VII.
324; skins of, IX. 839; of India, XII.
741 ; superstitions regarding (lycan-
thropy), XV. 89; worship of, XXI. 135.

_, Friedrich August, German scholar,
XXIV. 629; his Prolegomena on Homer,
XII. 115.

_, Joseph, illustrator of birds, XVIII.
Iz.

WOLF-DOG, VII. 326.

WOLFE, Charles, Irish poet, XXIV. 630.

, James, English general, XXIV. 630.

WOLFEN IIÜTTEL, town, Germany, XXIV.
631; library, XIV. 547.

_ FRAGMENTS, deistical writings,
XX. 352; published by Lessing, X.
536; XIV. 481.

“юнг, Albert, German sculptor, XXI.
566.

_, Betjen, Dutch writer, XII. 96.

_, Caspar Friedrich, German em-

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bryologist, XXIV. 631 ; VIII. 165; XVI.
839; on evolution, VIII. 745, 750.

\VOLFF, Christian, German philosopher,
XXIV. 631; X. 532; Kant's relations
to, XIII. 849; on rationalism, хх. 289.

_, Elizabeth, Dutch novelist, III. 511.

WOLF-FISH, X11. 690; XXI. 614.

WOLF OF BADENOCH (Sir Alexander
Stuart), Scottish noble, XXII. 610.

WOLFRAM, Dutch logarithmist, XIV.
776-

WOLFRAMITE, mineral, XVI. 403; XXIII.
607.

WOLFRAM VON ESCHENBACH, German
poet, XXIV. 632; X. 524; his poem on
Troy, XX. 639; on Parzival, XX. 645.

WOLF ROCK LIGHTHOUSE, Scilly
Islands, XIV. 616.

WOLFSBERGITE, mineral, XVI. 394.

WOLF SPIDERS, araehnids, XXIII. oo.

VVOLFSTAN, Norse navigator, XIX. 316.

WOLF TRANSFORMATIONS (Lyean-
thropy), XV. 89.

WOLKONSKOITE, mineral, XVI. 425.

WOLLAsTON, island, Tierra del Fuego,
XXIII. 384.

_, William, English philosophical
writer, XXIV. 632; his ethical teach-
ing, VIII. 601.

_, William Hyde, English man of
science, XXIV. 633; on light, XIV. 593;
his process of working platinum, XIX.
190.

WOLLASTONITE, mineral, XVI. 415.

WOLLasTON’s DOUBLET, combination
of lenses, XVI. 259.

WOLLIN, island, Prussia, XXIV. 633;
XIX. 442; town, XXIV. 633.

WOLLSTONECRAFT, Mary (Mrs God-
win), X. 716.

_, Mary, wife of Shelley, XXI. 789;
X. 717.

WOLMAR, Melchior, his connexion with
Вега, III. 625.

\VOI.OFs, or Woloíf Group, race of
Negroes, ~West Afl-im, I. 263; XVII.
319; XXI. 662.

WOLSELEV, Sir Garnet, his expedition
to Ashantee, II. 682.

\VOLSEY, Thomas, English cardinal,
XXIV. 634; VIII. 334; XX. 329; his
leniency towards Lutherans, VIII. 374;
his patronage of Thomas Cromwell,
VI. 605; his influence with Henry
VIII., XI. 663; his relations with
Thomas More, XVI. 817.

VVOLVERENE, carnivorous mammal, X.
696; XV. 44o; skins of, IX. 839.

WOLVERHAMPTON, town, England,
XXIV. 636.

WOMANHOOD, Period of, XV. 778.

WOMBAT, marsupial mammal, XXIV.
637; III. III; XV. 383.

WOMBWELI., town, England, XXIV.
637.

\VOMEN, Law relating to, XXIV. 637;
married, their right to make Wills,

XXIV. 573; rights of, under Salio law,
XXI. 214; Comte’s views on the con-
dition of, VI. 238.

WONDER, in phrenology, XVIII. 845.

WONGA-WONGA, Australian pigeon,
XIX. 85.

WOOD, XXIV. 643; formation of, IV. Ioo;
XII. 18; growth of, IX. 397; as building
material, IV. 448; as Íuel, IX. 808; for
gas making, X. Ioo; dry rot in, VII.
493; sawing of, XXI. 345; strength of,
VII. 816; XXII. 603.

, Sir Andrew, Scottish sea-captain,
XXI. 496.

_, Anthony à, English antiquary,
XXIV. 643.

_, Fernando, mayor of New York,
XVII. 463.

_ Mrs Henry (Ellen Price), English
novelist, XXIV. 644.

WOODIIRIDGE, town, England, XXII.
622.

WOODEURV, Levi, American politician
and judge, XXIII. 790.

_ TYPE, in photography, XVIII. 833.

WOoD-CARVING, XXIV. 644; V. 168 ;
the industry in Switzerland, XXII.
779-

WOOD CELLS, of plants, XII. 18.

WOODCHAT, bird, XXI. 846.

WOODCOCX, bird, XXIV. 650; shooting,
XXI. 835.

_, Katharine, Miltorŕs second wife,
XVI. 334.

WOODCOOK-OWL, bird, XVIII. 9о.

WOODcOcR’s PILOT, bird, XIV. 83.

WOODCUTS, VIII. 436.

WOOD-ENGRAVING, VIII. 436; V. 99;
early, XXIII. 683; substitutes for,
XXIII. 704.

WOODEN PEAR, Australian tree, XVII.
410.

WOOD FIBRE, in paper-making, XVIII.
225.

WOODHALL SPA, England, XVI. 434.

WOODIIOUSELEE, Lord, Scottish judge,
XXIII. 713.

WOODLARX, bird, XIV. 315.

WOODLOUSE, crustacean, VI. 658.

WOODMEN OF ARDEN, English society
of archers, II. 375.

WOOD NAPIITIIA, XVII. 174.

WOOD OII, XVII. 744.

WOOD PAVING, Xx. 585.

WOODPECRER, bird, XXIV. 651; sacred
to Mars, XV. 57о.

WOOD-PIGEON, bird, VII. 379.

WOOD-RAT, rodent mammal, xvII. 6.

\VOODS, in joinery, IV. 486.

WOOD’s HALFPENCE, Irish coinage,
XXII. 766; XIII. 268.

WOOD~SRIRIT, in chemistry, XVI. 195.

WOODSPITE, bird, XXIV. 651.

WOODSTOCK, town, England, XXIV.
653; XVIII. 94.

_, town, Ontario, Canada, XXIV. 65 3.

_, town, New Brunswick, XVII. 37 5.

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VVOODVILLE, Elizabeth, wife of Edward
IV. of England, VII. 685.

_, William, early vaccinator, XXIV. 24.

WOODwORK, IV. 476.

WOODWORTH, Samuel, American poet,
I. 722.

\VOO­HOO, town, China, XXIV. 699.

WOO HOW, empresa of China, V. 646.

\VO0L, XXIV. 653; growing of, I. 398;
growing, in Australia, III. 114; fibre
of, IX. 133; bleaching of, III. 822;
dyeing of, VII. 571; weaving of, in
ancient times, XXIII. 207.

WOOLF, Mr, improver of steam-engine,
ххп- 477, 494-

WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES, XXIV. 653;
of England, VIII. 231.

WOOLLETT, William, English engraver,
XXIV. 663.

WOOLsORTER’s DISEASE, XXIV. 663.

WOOLSTON, Thomas, English deist,
XXIV. 663; VII. 35.

WOOLwIcII, town, England, XXIV. 664;
dockyard, VII. 311, 318; Royal
Arsenal, II. 633; Royal Artillery
Institution, II. 586; Royal Military
Academy, II. 585.

_ CLAV BEDS, in geology, X. 361.

WOON, or Wun, district, India, XXIV.
699.

WOONSOCXET,
U.S.A., XXIV. 665.

WOOTz STEEL, XIII. 342.

WOO WANG, emperor of China, V. 643.

WORCESTER, county, England, XXIV.
665.

, town, England, XXIV. 666; college
for the blind at., III. 828; newspapers
of, XVII. 421; porcelain works at, XIX.
642; battle of (1654), VI. 601.

_, town, Massachusetts, U.S.A., XXIV.
668 ; libraries, XIV. 5 51.

_, Thomas Percy, earl of, XVIII. 523.

,John Tiptoft, earl of, VIII. 33o;
deputy of Ireland, XIII. 261.

_, Edward Somerset, third marquis
of, inventor of a steam-engine, XXII.
473; on the over-balancing wheel,
XVIII. 5 54.

_, Florence of, English chronicler,
IX. 337.

_ COLLEGE, Oxford, XVIII. 98.

WORD, the Logos (q.v.), XIV. 804.

WORDS, study of (philology), XVIII. 765;
combination of, х1. 38.

WORDswORTII, William, English poet,
XXIV. 668; odes of, XIX. 271; his
place in English Питии-е, VIII. 433,
434-

WORK, in mechanics, XV. 700.

WORKIIOUSES, English, XIX. 468, 476.

WORKING CLASSES, Enfranchisement
of the, XIX. 352; progress of, XXIV. 3I2.

WORKING MEN’s INTERNATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, XIII. 189.

WORXINGTON, town, England, XXIV.
676.

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WORKMEN, their legal relations
to employers, XIV. 170; unions of,
XXIII. 499.

WORKS AND DAYS, Hesiod’s poem, XI.
777.

WORKSOP,
677.

lVORLD, ancient theories of its origin,
VI. 446; myths regarding, XVII. 143,
156; estimates of population of, XIX.
513.

_, Creation of the, Era. of the, V. 713.

_As WILL AND IDEA, The, Schopen-
hauer's work, XXI. 45o.

WORM, WORMS, class of animals, XXIV.
677 (where see references); embryology'
of, XX. 419; reproduction, XX. 409;
organs of touch, XXIII. 478; diseases
caused by, XVIII. 27o; XXIV. 205.

WORMS, town, Germany, XXIV. 684;
concordat of (I 122), X. 489; XIX. 5Oo;
diet of (1521), V. 414; X. 498; хх.
328; Luther before the diet, XV. 7 5.

WORMwOOD, herb, XII. 289.

WORNUM, Robert, pianoforte
XIX. 75.

WORONICZ, John Paul, Polish bishop
and writer, XIX. 303.

WORONZOFF, Catherina Romanofna,
Princess Dashkotf, VI. 83o; V. 233.
WORSIIROUGH, town, England, XXIV.

685.

WORSHIP, Religious, XX. 358; sacrificial,
XXI. 132; in Israel, XVIII. 509.

WORSTED, yarn and cloth, XXIV. 658;

town, England, XXIV.

maker,

manufactories, in England, VIII.
2 31.

WORTIIIES or ENGLAND, Fullers work,
1х. 815.

WORTIIING, town, England, XXIV. 685.

WORTIIINGTON ENGINE, XXII. 515.

WORUNGUL, town, India, XXIV. 366.

WOTHLV TYPE, in photography, XVIII.
831.

VVO'ITON, Edward, English naturalist,
XXIV. 803; on birds, XVIII. 3; on
reptiles, XX 433.

_, Sir Henry, English writer and
courtier, XXIV. 685; friend of Imak
Walton, XXIV. 342.

_, William, English scholar, XXIV.
685.

XVOULDHAVE, William, inventor of life-
boat, XIV. 571; XXI. 802.

VVOUNDS, Surgical treatment of,_XX11.
678, 681, 682; infectiveness of, XVIII.
401; repair of, XVIII. 363; death by,
XV. 781.

_, received by stigmatization, XXII.
548-

\VOUWERMAN, Philip, Dutch painter,
XXIV. 686.

WRANGELL, Baron Ferdinand, Russian
Arctic explorer, X. 193; XIX. 320.

WRANGEUS LAND, North Siberia, XXIV.
726.

WRAssE, fish, XXIV. 686; XVIII. 324.

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WURDA, district, India, XXIV. 370.

WURNU, town, Sokoto, Africa, XXII.
248, 279.

WÜRTEMBERG, or Württemberg, king-
dom, Europe, XXIV. 699; army, II.
600; libraries, XIV. 527, 546; prison
system, XIX. 761.

WURTZ, Charles Adolphe, French
chemist, XXIV. 702.

WURTzITE, mineral, XVI. 392.

WÜRZBURG, town, Bavaria, XXIV. 704;
library, XIV. 547.

--, Konrad von, his Buch von Troye,

XX. 639.

WVANDOTS, American Indians, XII.
827, 83I.

WVANDO'ITE, town, Kansas, U.S.A.,
XXIV. 704.

_ CAVE, Indiana, U.S.A., XII. 813.
“МАТ, Sir Thomas (1503-1542), Eng-
lish poet, XXIV. 704.

_, Sir Thomas (с. 1520—1554), his
attack on London (1554), XIV. 846.
“1УА’1‘Т, James, English architect, XXIV.

705.
WVCI-IERLEV, William, English drama-
tist, XXIV. 705; VII. 436.
WVCII-HAZEL, tree, II. 320.
W VCHwOOD FOREST, England, XVIII.

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WVCLIFFE, or также, John, English
Reformer, XXIV. 708; VIII. 324; his
influence on the Church of England,
VIII. 373 ; influence on John Huss, X11.
404; his place in English literature,
VIII. 410; his relations tothe Lollards,
XIV. 810.

W VCOMBE, town, England, XXIV. 712.

\VVE, river, England and Wales, XI.
729; XVI. 753; XX. 217.

WVXEIIAM, Chapel of, Lincolnshire,
England, XXII. 367.

_, William of, bishop of Winchester
and chancellor of England, XXIV.
585.

\VYNTOUN, Andrew of, Scottish chroni-
cler, XXIV. 712; III. 364; XXI. 540.
\VYO.\IING, Territory, United States,
XXIV. 712; geyscrs of, X. 558;
Yellowstone National Park, XXIV.

736~

VVYON, Thomas, English
XXIV. 713.

_‚ William, English medallist, XXIV.
713.

WVSS, Johann Rudolf, Swiss poet, XXII.

Inedallist,

799-

шпинат, Cornelius, Early notice of
Australia by, III. 103.

\VYTHE, George, American politician,
XXIII. 748.

VVYTTENIIACH, Daniel Albert, German
Scholar, XXIV. 714.

_, Thomas, Swiss theologian, XXIV.
714 ; his relations with Zwingli, XXIV.
832.

WVVERN, in heraldry, XI. 702.

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X the twenty-fourth letter ot' the
› alphabet, XXIV. 716.

XALAPA (Jalapa), town, Mexico, XIII.
547-

XAMARAN, quarantine station, on Red
Sea, XX. 155.

XANTHIAN MARBLES, British Museum,
IX. 67.

XANTHOCHROIC TYPE, of man, II. 113;
in Asis, II. 696.

XANTHOCON, mineral, XVI. 396.

XANTI-IOLITE, mineral, XVI. 409.

XANTHOPHYLL, colouring matter of
plants, XIX. 53.

XANTHOPHVLLITE, mineral, XVI. 413.

XANTHOSIDERITE, mineral, XVI. 388.

XANTHOXVLUM, genus of trees, XVIII.
519.

XANTHUS, river, Asia Minor, II. 708;
XV. 93.

_, town, Lycia, Asia Minor, XXIV.
716; XV. 93; tombs at, II. 402.

_, Lydian historian, XV. 99.

XÁTIVA (J stiva), town, Spain, XIII. 597.

XAUXA, town, Peru, XVIII. 675; river,
XVIII. 67 3.

XAVIER, Francisco, apostle of the
Indies, XXIV. 716; his relation to
Jesuitism, XIII. 651; missions of, XVI.
513.

_, Jerome, Jesuit missionary, XX. III.

XEBEXS, or Zeybeks, people, Asia
Minor, V. 102; II. 712.

XENIA, town, Ohio, U.S.A., XXIV. 718.

XENOCRATES of Chalcedon, Greek
philosopher, XXIV. 718; I. 68.

XENODERMIDfE, family of snakes, XXII.
193.

XENOLITE, mineral, XVI. 408.

XENOPELTIDIE, family of snakesl XXII.
192.

XENOPHANES of Colophon, Eleatic
philosopher, XXIV. 719; VIII. I; XVIII.
315.

XENOPHON, Greek historian, XXIV. 720;
XI. 103, 141; 1115 economic teaching,
XIX. 349; on Socrates, XXII. 232; in
the Persian expedition, XVIII. 576.

­- of Ephesus, Greek novelist, хх.
635.

XENORHVNCHUS, genus of birds, XIII.
529.

XENOTIME, mineral, XVI. 403.

XENURUS, genus of edcntate mammals,
XV. 387.

XEREZ (Jerez), town, Spain, XIII. 629;
wine of, XXIV. 607.

XERODERMA, skin disease, XXII. 121.

XERUS, genus of rodent mammals, XXII.
438; XV. 418.

XERXES I., king of Persia, XXIV. 721;
V111. 560; XI. 99; XVIII. 572; tomb
of, XVIII. 558.

_ Il., of Persia, XXIV. 721; XVIII.
S75-

XIr-ARO, issue of Negro and Indian,
XVII. 319.

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Y the twenty-fifth letter of the
I alphabet, XXIV. 722.

YAAKOB of Orleans, Jewish writer,
XXIII. 4o.

_ 13. Мин 3. SHEMUEI., Rabbinio
scholar, XXIII. 39.

YABLONOVOI MOUNTAINS, Siberia,
XXIII. 509.

YABU, Afghan breed of horses, I. 2 33.

YAcHow-FU, town, China., XXIV. 722.

YACHT, YACHTING, XXIV. 722; XXI. 594.

YADzVINGs, tribe, Lithuania, XIV. 702.

YAFA (J oppa), town, Palestine, XIII. 746.

YAFFIL, or Yaffle, bird, XXIV. 651.

YAGHANS, tribe, Tierra. del Fuego, XXIII.

Я

УЗСЬАК-СОСНА, lake, Ecuador, VII.
646.

YAIIVA B. KHALID, prime minister of
Них-01111 al Raschìd, XI. 488.

YAJNAVALKYA, in Sanskrit literature,
XXI. 288.

YAJUR-VEDA, Sanskrit sacred writing,
XXI. 278.

YAK, ungulate mammal, XXIV. 72 5.

YAKHsU, river, Turkestan, XVIII. 103.

YAXIMA PAss AND RIVER, Washington
Territory, U.S.A., XXIV. 385.

УАковА, town, Sokoto, Africa, XXII.
248, 279.

YAXUB, shah of Persia, XVIII. 633.

_ ALMANSOR, Moorish prince in
Spain, XXII. 317.

_ ВЕС (the Atalik Ghazi), amir of
Kashgar, XIV. 7.

_ BEN LAITH, founder of Safl'arid
Moslem dynasty, XVI. 586.

YAXUIII, Arab historian, XXIII. 3.

YAKUTs, people, Siberia, XXII. 8; XXIII.
608, 661; XXIV. 726.

YAXUTSK, province, Siberia, XXIV. 725;
town, XXIV. 727.

YALE COLLEGE, New Haven, Con-

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necticut, U.S.A., XVII. 394; XXIII.
857; library, XIV. 534; observatory,
XVII. 715.

YALE LOCK, XIV. 751.

YALXUT, Мыть, XVI. 287.

YALTA, town, Crimea, Russia, VI. 587;
ххш. 83.

YA-LU-KIANG, river, Corea, VI. 391.

YALUToRoVsX, town, Siberia, XXIII.
430-

Уди, plant, XXIV. 727; XII. 289; in
Polynesia, XIX. 419.

YAMA, Hindu divinity, IV. 208.

YAMA-MAI WORM, silkworm, XXII. 60.

YAMAN-TAU, mountain, Russia., XXIV.
4.

YAMIIO, town, Arabia, XXIV. 727; XX.
316.

YAMBURG, tow-n, Russia, XXI. 190.

YAMDENA, island, Timor Laut group,
Indian Archipelago, XXIII. 398.

YAMPAIS, American Indians, XII. 827.

YAMPoI., town, Russia., XIX. 2 54.

_ RAPIDS, Dniester river, Russia,
VII. 306.

YA MURA, mountain, Sumatra, XXII.
638.

Y ANA, river, Siberia, XXIV. 726.

YANAON, French settlement,
XXIV. 727.

YANBO (Y ambo), town, Arabia, XXIV.
727; XX. 316.

YANDooN, town, Burmali, XXIII. 33o.

YANEZ, Rodrigo, Spanish chronicler,
XXII. 354.

YANG-cIIow F U, town, China, XXIV.
728.

YANG-CHU, Chinese philosopher, XVI.
4.
YANGHI-IIISSAR, town,
XXIII. 639; XXIV. 728.
YANGI SHAIIR (Kashgar), town, Turke-
stan, XIV. 7; ххш. 639.

YANG KEEN, emperor of China, V.
645.

YANG-rszE-KEANG, river, China, V.
631; XVIII. II7.

YANG-TUNV, mountain, Russia, XXIV.

India,

Turkestan,

4.

YAN INA (Janina), town, Albania, Turkey,
XIII. 565; XXIII. 653.

YANXTON, town, Dakota, U.S.A., XXIV.
728; VI. 773.

YAO, or Yaou, Chinese emperor, II. 745;
V. 643.

YAoU-JIN, Chinese tribe, XVI. 224.

YAP, island, Carolines, Pacific Ocean, V.
126.

YAPOCK, marsupial mammal, XVII. 796.

YAQUI, Pico del, mountain, San Domingo,
XI. 544.

YARANsX, town, Russia, XXIV. 303.

YARDS, of ships, XXI. I 5 3.

YARE, river, England, XVII. 5 36.

YARENSK, town, Russia, XXIV. 283.

YARIBA, country, West Africa, XXIV.
754-

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YARXAND, or Yarkend, town, Turkestan,
XXIV. 728; XXIII. 638, 639.

YARMOUTH, town, Norfolk, England,
XXIV. 728.

_, town, Isle of Wight, England,
XXIV. 562.

YARN, spun fibre, XXIV. 730; cotton,
VI. 488; linen, XIV. 666; woollen,
XXIV. 658.

YAROSLAFF, early Russian prince, XXI.
89.

, prince of Suzdal, Russia, XXI. 90.

YAROSLAVL, government, Russia, XXIV.
731; town, XXIV. 732.

YARo-TSANPO, river, Tibet, XXIII. 340.

YARRA, river, Victoria, Australia, XV.
835; XXIV. 216.

_ FLATs, plains, Victoria, Australia,
XXIV. 216.

YARRELL, William, English naturalist,
XXIV. 732; on British birds, XVIII.
18, 29, 49-

YARRow, river, Scotland, XXI. 638.

YARWHELP, bird, X. 720.

YAsA, mountain, Nepal, XVII. 340.

YAsIIII.-KUI., lake, Central Asia, XVIII.
104.

YASNA, part of Иена-Анат, XXIV.
775-

YASSIN, state and river, Kashmir, X.
597-

YATAGIIAN, hand-weapon, XXII. Soo,
802.

YATUToRoVsX, town, Russia in Asia,
XXII. 11.

YATVYAGS, tribe, Lithuania, XIV. 702.

YAVIPAIs, American Indians, XII. 827.

YAVORSKI, Stephen, Russian writer,
XXI. 105.

YAWNING, XX. 48o.

Умчи BAY, Sierra Leone, West Africa,
XXII. 44.

YAws, disease, XXIV. 732.

YAVUI., district, Tibet, XXIII. 340.

YAzD, town, Persia, XXIV. 733; XVIII.
627, 628.

YAZDAGIRD, or тетям, Era of, V.
717; XVIII. 326.

YAZDEGERD I., king of Persia, XVIII.
610.

_ Il., of Persia, XVIII. 61 I.

_ III., of Persia, XVIII. 615.

YAzID I., caliph, XVI. 567.

_ II., Caliph, XVI. 575.

_ III., caliplI, XVI. 576.

YAzIDADI-I, Syriac writer, XXII. 8 3o.

YAzIJI-OGIILU, Ottoman poet and his-
torian, XXIII. 656.

YAZOO, river, Mississippi State, U.S.A.,
XVI. 521.

YCA, town, Peru, XII. 611; XVIII. 674.

Y-CHANG, toxm, China, XII. 628.

YEADON, town, England, XXIV. 733.

YEAR, division of time, IV. 666; v. 7I2;
solar, 11. 77o; Sabbatical, XXI. 126.

YEARNING (Bennet), for cheese-making,
VI. 771.

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