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Wills, William John, Australian ex WINCHESTER OBSERVATORY, at Yale | WINNEBAGOES, American-Indian tribe, plorer, III. 106.

College, Connecticut, U.S.A., XVII. XII. 832. WILLUGHBY, Francis, English natural 715.

WINNECKE, Friedrich August Theodor, ist, xxiv. 589; on birds, XVIII. 4; on WINCKELMANN, Johann Joachim, Ger astronomer, XVIII. 248; his comet, vi. ichthyology, XII. 631.

man archæologist, XXIV. 597; II. 344; 192. WILMINGTON, town, Delaware, U.S.A., X. 535; on plastic beauty, I. 219; his WINNEMUCCA, Lake, Nevada, U.S.A., XXIV. 589. system of mnemonics, XVI. 533.

XVII. 367. , town, North Carolina, U.S.A., WIND, WINDS, XVI. 143, 154, 180; re WINNIPEG, town, Manitoba, Canada, XXIV. 589.

lation of, to climate, vi. 6; force of, XXIV. 613; XV. 491; XX. 315. WILMOT, John, earl of Rochester, Eng XVI. 124; geological action of, X. 265; WINNOWING MACHINES, I. 326. lish poet, xx. 614.

Buys-Ballot's law of the winds, III. 29; WINONA, town, Minnesota, U.S.A., Proviso, in United States history, measurer of force of, 11. 24; in navi XXIV. 613. XXIII. 768.

gation, XVII. 275; Kant on theories of, WINSLOW, Edward, Mayflower pilgrim, Wilno, or Vilna, government, Russia, XIII. 847.

XXIV. 613. XXIV. 233; town, XXIV. 234.

WIND-CARRIAGE, Invention of, by Jacques, anatomist, I. 814. WILSON, Alexander, Scottish-American Stevinus, XXII. 545.

WINTER, Peter, German dramatic comnaturalist, xxiv. 590; on American Wind Dogs, in meteorology, XI. 399.

poser, XXIV. 614. ornithology, XVIII. 16.

WINDERMERE, Lake, England, xiv. WINTERBERG, plateau, Westphalia, Dr Alexander, on sun-spots, II. 252; XXIV. 513.

Germany, xxiv. 516. 785.

WINDHAM, Sir William, Bolingbroke's WINTER-BERRY, tree, II. 320. Allan R., improver of sewing letter to, iv. 6.

WINTERTHUR, town, Switzerland, machine, XXI. 719.

William, English politician, XXIV. XXIV. 614; its relations with Zurich, Florence (Volusenus), Scottish

XXIV. 831. humanist, XXIV. 296; XXI. 541. WINDHOVER, bird, xiv. 53.

WINTHER, Christian, Danish writer, Henry, vice-president of the United WINDING MACHINERY, in mines, XVI.

VII. 92. States, XXIV. 590.

456.

WINTHROP, John (1587-1649), Puritan, Horace Hayman, English Orien WINDLASS, IV. 621 ; differential, xv. governor of Massachusetts, U.S.A., talist, XXIV. 590. 763; Spanish, XXI. 591.

Xxiv. 614; IV. 72. James, American judge, XXIII. WINDMILL, XXIV. 599; XV. 773.

-John (1606-1676), Puritan, goverWINDOWS, in building, iv. 493, 496; nor of Connecticut, U.S.A., XXIV. James, Scottish naturalist, xxiv. glass for, X. 660; stained, manu

614. 591; on ornithology, XVIII. 13. facture of, x. 668 ; tracery on, iv.

Theodore, American writer, I. John, Scottish man of letters, XXIV. 475; ventilation by, XXIV. 160.

727. 591.

WINDPIPE, or Trachea, XX. 475; of WINTON, or Wyntoun, Andrew, ScotJohn, of Ainsworth, his improve mammals, XV. 365.

tish writer, XXIV. 712; his Cronykil, ments in cotton manufacture, VI. 489. WINDRUSH, river, England, XVIII. 93; III. 364; XXI. 540. - Richard, English painter, xxiv. XXIII. 220.

WINYAW BAY, South Carolina, U.S.A., 593; XXI. 441, 444.

WINDSOR, town, England, xxiv. 600; XXII. 287. William, Scottish Seceder, XXIII. libraries, xiv. 545; tapestry manufac WINZET, Ninian, Scottish controver728. ture, XXIII. 213.

sialist, XXI. 542. Wilson'S PEAK, Rocky Mountains, town, Ontario, Canada, VII. 133. WIRE, XXIV. 614; elasticity of, VII. U.S.A., XXIII. 796.

town, Nova Scotia, XVII. 603. 800, 803, 817; fences of, 1. 310; table WILSON'S PROMONTORY, Victoria, Aus CASTLE, England, xxiv. 601; organ of strength of, xvi. 65; telegraphic, tralia, XXIV. 215.

of St George's Chapel at, XVII. 835, 837. XXIII. 114; telephonic, XXIII. 132. WILTON, town, England, XXIV. 595.

FOREST, Pope's poem, XIX. 484. WIRE-DRAWING, Brass, IV. 217 CARPETS, V. 130.

WINDWARD ISLANDS, West Indies, of steam, XXII. 487. Wilts, county, England, xxiv. 593. XXIV. 510; III. 749.

WIRE FENCES, I. 310. WIMBLE, mining implement, XVI. 443. WINE, XXIV. 601; adulterations of, 1. WIRE NAILS, XVII. 166. WIMBLEDON, town, Surrey, XXIV. 595. 173; fermentation of, ix. 92, 97 ; WIRE-NETTING, XVII. 360.

COMMON, near London, xiv. 824; Canary, iv. 797 ; Catawba, v. 219; WIRE-ROPE, XX. 846. rifle meetings on, XXIV. 295.

production in Europe, VIII. 691; pro WIRE-WORM, insect larva, vi. 132; as WIMBORNE MINSTER, town, England, duction in Italy, X111. 451; of Madeira, wheat pest, XXIV. 536. XXIV. 595; VII 372.

XV. 178; the industry in Spain, XXII. WIRZBERG (Würzburg), town, Bavaria, WINCEBY, England, Battle of (1643), 299; of Würtemberg, XXIV. 700 ; XXIV. 704; XIV. 547. VI. 599.

sacramental, XXI. 134; XXIII. 159.

WISBECH, or Wisbeach, town, England, WINCHCOMBE, John (Jack of Newbury), TONNERS, English trading com XXIV. 615. English weaver, XVII. 375.

pany, I. 173.

WISBY, town, Gotland, Sweden, xxiv. WINCHELSEA, town, England, XXII. WINFRID (St Boniface), apostle of Ger 616. 724.

many, IV. 33; X. 478; as papal legate, SEA LAWS, XXI. 585. WINCHESTER, town, England, xxiv.

WISCONSIN, State, U.S.A., xxiv. 616. 596; architecture of cathedral, 11. 426, WINGS, of birds, 111. 720; 1x. 308; of Wisdom, or Hokmah, in Hebrew litera428; crypt of cathedral, vi. 668; Saxon Chiroptera, xv. 405; of insects, XIII. ture, XI. 599; XIII. 420, 702; XIX. standards of measure kept at, xxiv. 144; IX. 310.

872. 483.

WINilis, Scandinavian tribe, xiv. 813. or Opóvngis, in ancient ethics, viii. town, Virginia, U.S.A., xxiv. | WINKELRIED, Arnold von, Legend of, 574; in Socratic philosophy, XXII. 597 XXIV. 2.

237; XIX. 195. COLLEGE, England, xxiv. 586, 596. WINKLER, friend of Lessing, xiv. 480. OF GOD, Ray's work, XX. 301.

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WISDOM OF JESUS, SON OF SIRACH, in | WITTIKIND, or Wittekind, Saxon leader, bryologist, xxiv. 631; VIII. 165; XVI.
Apocrypha, II. 181.
V. 403; XXI. 351.

839; on evolution, Vill. 745, 750. WISDOM OF SOLOMON, in Apocrypha, WITTow, district, Rügen, Prussia, xxi. WOLFF, Christian, German philosopher, II. 181. 56.

XXIV. 631; X. 532; Kant's relations WISE, John, American aeronaut, I. 193. WITWICKI, Polish poet, XIX. 304. to, XIII. 849; on rationalism, XX. 289. WISEMAN, Richard, English surgeon, WIVELISCOMBE, town, England, XXII. Elizabeth, Dutch novelist, 111, 511. XXII. 676.

258.

WOLF-FISH, XII. 690; XXI. 614. WISERINE, mineral, XVI. 403.

Wives, Laws relating to, XII. 400; xv. WOLF OF BADENOCH (Sir Alexander WISHART, George, Scottish martyr, 111. 565; XXIV. 637

Stuart), Scottish noble, xxII. 610. 466; XXI. 499.

AND DAUGHTERS, Mrs Gaskell's WOLFRAM, Dutch logarithmist, xiv. WISHAW, town, Scotland, xxiv. 619. novel, X. 105.

776. WISLICA, Statute of, Poland, xix. 288. WLADISLAWOW, town, Russian Poland, WOLFRAMITE, mineral, XVI. 403; XXIII. WISMAR, town, Germany, xxiv. 619. XXII. 728.

607. WISNIOWIECKI, Michael, king of WLADYSLAW I., king of Poland, xix. WOLFRAM VON ESCHENBACH, German Poland, XIX. 295. 287.

poet, XXIV. 632; X. 524; his poem on Wit, in phrenology, xvIII. 845.

II., of Poland, xix. 288.

Troy, XX. 639; on Parzival, xx. 645. Johan de, on life annuities, II. 78. III., of Poland, xix. 289.

WOLF ROCK LIGHTHOUSE, Scilly WITAN, or Witenagemot, early English IV., of Poland, XIX. 294.

Islands, xiv. 616. council, xvIII. 302.

WLOCLAWEK, town, Russian Poland, WOLFSBERGITE, mineral, xvi. 394. WITCHCRAFT, xxiv. 619; II. 204; VII. XXIV. 625.

WOLF SPIDERS, arachnids, XXIII. 60. 63; XV. 199; lycanthropous, xv. 89; | WLODAWA, town, Russian Poland, XXII. WOLFSTAN, Norse navigator, xix. 316. in the Scottish Highlands, X. 9; tor 37.

WOLF TRANSFORMATIONS (Lycanture applied in trials for, XXIII. 465; WOAD, dye, VII. 576.

thropy), xv. 89. Bodin's belief in, III. 848.

WOBURN, town, Massachusetts, U.S.A., WOLKONSKOITE, mineral, XVI. 425. WITCHES CALDRON, in Shakespeare's XXIV. 625.

WOLLASTON, island, Tierra del Fuego, Macbeth, XV. 202.

ABBEY, England, 111. 483.

XXIII. 384. WITCH OF ATLAS, The, by Shelley, XXI. WoelFL, Joseph, Austrian pianist and William, English philosophical 793. composer, XXIV. 626.

writer, xxiv. 632; his ethical teachWitch OF EDMONTON, Ford and Dek- WOEPCKE, François, on numerals, XVII. ing, viii. 601. ker's play, IX. 396. 627.

William Hyde, English man of WITCH SABBATHS, in legend, x111. 674. WOGAN, cave, Pembroke, Wales, xvIII. science, xxiv. 633; on light, XIV. 593; WITENAGEMOT, early English council, 483.

his process of working platinum, xix. VIII. 276; XVIII. 302, 459, 461. WÖHLER, Friedrich, German chemist, 190. WITHAM, river, England, xiv. 654. XXIV. 626; on the strength of metals, WOLLASTONITE, mineral, XVI. 415. England, Monastery of, 1. 21. XXII. 601.

WOLLASTON'S DOUBLET, combination WITHAMITE, mineral, xvi. 409. WÖHLERITE, mineral, xvI. 426.

of lenses, XVI. 259. WITHER, George, English poet, xxiv. WOHLGEMUTH, Michael, German WOLLIN, island, Prussia, XXIV. 633; 623; as hymn-writer, XII. 591; as painter, xxiv. 627; VII. 555; XVII. XIX. 442; town, xxiv. 633. pastoral poet, XVIII. 347.

663; XXI. 565.

WOLLSTONECRAFT, Mary (Mrs GodWITHERINGS, Thomas, English postal WOLBOROUGH, town, England, XVII. win), x. 716. reformer, xix. 563. 449.

Mary, wife of Shelley, XXI. 789; WITHERITE, mineral, XVI. 398. WÖLCHITE, mineral, xvi. 395. WITHINGTON, town, England, xxiv. Wolcot, John (Peter Pindar), English WOLMAR, Melchior, his connexion with 623. painter and satirist, xxiv. 628.

Beza, III. 625. Witiza, reforming Benedictine monk, WOLDS, The, hills, England, xiv. 653. WOLOFS, or Woloff Group, race of XVI. 707

WOLF, carnivorous mammal, xxiv. 628; Negroes, West Africa, I. 263; XVII. WITNESS, in law, xxiv. 623; VIII. 743; XV. 438; affinities of, to the dog, vii.

319; XXI. 662. XIX. 777

324; skins of, ix. 839; of India, xii. WOLSELEY, Sir Garnet, his expedition WITSIUS, Hermann, Dutch theologian, 741 ; superstitions regarding (lycan to Ashantee, II. 682. XXIV. 625.

thropy), xv. 89; worship of, XXI. 135. WOLSEY, Thomas, English cardinal, Witt, Cornelius de, Dutch burgomaster, Friedrich August, German scholar, XXIV. 634; VIII. 334; XX. 329; his VII. 145.

xxiv. 629; his Prolegomena on Homer, leniency towards Lutherans, Vill. 374; John de, Dutch statesman, VII. XII. 115.

his patronage of Thomas Cromwell,

Joseph, illustrator of birds, XVIII. VI. 605; his influence with Henry WITTEKIND, or Wittikind, Saxon leader,

VIII., XI. 663; his relations with V. 403; XXI. 351. WOLF-DOG, VII. 326.

Thomas More, XVI. 817. WITTEN, town, Prussia, xxiv. 625. WOLFE, Charles, Irish poet, xxiv. 630. WOLVERENE, carnivorous mammal, x. WITTENBERG, town, Prussia, XXIV. James, English general, xxiv. 630. 696; XV. 440; skins of, 1x. 839. 625; university of, xxi. 843, 848. WOLFENBÜTTEL, town, Germany, xxiv. WOLVERHAMPTON, town, England, CONCORDIA, of German Protes 631; library, Xiv. 547.

XXIV. 636. tants, xv. 83.

FRAGMENTS, deistical writings, WOMANHOOD, Period of, xv. 778. THESES, Luther's, xv. 72.

XX. 352; published by Lessing, X. WOMBAT, marsupial mammal, XXIV. WITTICH, Christoph, Cartesian philo 536; XIV. 481.

637; III. III; XV. 383. sopher, VII. 126.

WOLFF, Albert, German sculptor, xxi. WOMBWELL, town, England, XXIV. 5 of Breslau, his calculation by 566. prosthaphæresis, XVII. 183.

Betjen, Dutch writer, XII. 96. WOMEN, Law relating to, xxiv. 637; WITTICHENITE, mineral, XVI. 395.

Caspar Friedrich, German em married, their right to make wills,

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XXIV. 573; rights of, under Salic law, WoodviLLE, Elizabeth, wife of Edward | WORKMEN, their legal relations XXI. 214; Comte's views on the con IV. of England, vii. 685.

to employers, xiv. 170; unions of, dition of, vi. 238.

William, early vaccinator, XXIV. 24. XXIII. 499. WONDER, in phrenology, xvIII. 845. WOODWORK, IV. 476.

WORKS AND DAYS, Hesiod's poem, XI. WONGA-WONGA, Australian pigeon, WoodWORTH, Samuel, American poet, 777. XIX. 85.

722.

WORKSOP, town, England, WOOD, XXIV. 643; formation of, iv. 100; Woo-Hoo, town, China, xxiv. 699. 677.

XII. 18; growth of, ix. 397; as building Woo How, empress of China, v. 646. WORLD, ancient theories of its origin, material, iv. 448; as fuel, ix. 808; for Wool, XXIV. 653; growing of, 1. 398; VI. 446; myths regarding, XVII. 143, gas making, X. 100; dry rot in, vii. growing, in Australia, 111. 114; fibre 156; estimates of population of, xix. 493; sawing of, XXI. 345; strength of, of, ix. 133; bleaching of, 111, 822; 513. VII. 816; XXII. 603.

dyeing of, vii. 571; weaving of, in Creation of the, Era of the, v. 713. Sir Andrew, Scottish sea-captain, ancient times, XXIII. 207.

AS WILL AND IDEA, The, SchopenXXI. 496.

WOOLF, Mr, improver of steam-engine, hauer's work, XXI. 450. Anthony à, English antiquary, XXII. 477, 494.

WORM, WORMS, class of animals, xxiv. XXIV. 643.

WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES, XXIV. 653; 677 (where see references); embryology Fernando, mayor of New York, of England, viii. 231.

of, xx. 419; reproduction, xx. 409; XVII. 463.

WOOLLETT, William, English engraver, organs of touch, xxIII. 478; diseases Mrs Henry (Ellen Price), English XXIV. 663.

caused by, XVIII. 270; XXIV. 205. novelist, xxiv. 644.

WOOLSORTER'S DISEASE, XXIV. 663. WORMS, town, Germany, xxiv. 684; WOODBRIDGE, town, England, XXII. WOOLSTON, Thomas, English deist, concordat of (1122), X. 489; XIX. 500; 622. XXIV. 663; VII. 35.

diet of (1521), V. 414; X. 498; XX. WOODBURY, Levi, American politician WOOLWICH, town, England, xxiv. 664; 328; Luther before the diet, xv. 75. and judge, XXIII. 790.

dockyard, VII. 311, 318; Royal WORMWOOD, herb, XII. 289. TYPE, in photography, xvIII. 833. Arsenal, 11. 633; Royal Artillery WORNUM, Robert, pianoforte maker, WOOD-CARVING, XXIV. 644; V. 168; Institution, II. 586; Royal Military

XIX. 75. the industry in Switzerland, xxII. Academy, II. 585.

WORONICZ, John Paul, Polish bishop 779.

CLAY BEDS, in geology, X. 361. and writer, XIX. 303. WOOD CELLS, of plants, XII. 18. Woon, or Wun, district, India, xxiv. WORONZOFF, Catherina Romanofna, WOODCHAT, bird, xxi. 846.

699.

Princess Dashkoff, vi. 830; V. 233. WOODCOCK, bird, xxiv. 650; shooting, WOONSOCKET, town, Rhode Island, WORSBROUGH, town, England, xxiv. XXI. 835. U.S.A., XXIV. 665.

685 Katharine, Milton's second wife, Wootz STEEL, XIII. 342.

WORSHIP, Religious, XX. 358; sacrificial, XVI. 334.

Woo WANG, emperor of China, v. 643. XXI. 132; in Israel, xvIII. 509. WOODCOCK-Owl, bird, xvIII. 90. WORCESTER, county, England, xxiv. WORSTED, yarn and cloth, xxiv. 658; WOODCOCK'S Pilot, bird, xiv. 83. 665.

manufactories in England, VIII. WOODCUTS, VIII. 436.

- town, England, xxiv. 666; college 231. WOOD-ENGRAVING, VIII. 436; V. 99; for the blind at, 111. 828; newspapers WORTHIES OF ENGLAND, Fuller's work,

early, XXIII. 683; substitutes for, of, xvII. 421; porcelain works at, xix. IX. 815. XXIII. 704.

642; battle of (1654), vi. 601. WORTHING, town, England, xxiv. 685. WOODEN PEAR, Australian tree, xvII. town, Massachusetts, U.S.A., XXIV. WORTHINGTON ENGINE, XXII. 515. 410.

668; libraries, xiv. 551.

WORUNGUL, town, India, XXIV. 366. Wood FIBRE, in paper-making, XVIII. Thomas Percy, earl of, xviii. 523. WOTHLY TYPE, in photography, XVIII. 225.

John Tiptoft, earl of, viii. 330; 831. WOODHALL SPA, England, xvi. 434. deputy of Ireland, XIII. 261.

WOTTON, Edward, English naturalist, WOODHOUSELEE, Lord, Scottish judge, Edward Somerset, third marquis XXIV. 803; on birds, xvIII. 3; on XXIII. 713.

of, inventor of a steam-engine, XXII. reptiles: XX 433 WOODLARK, bird, xiv. 315.

473; on the over-balancing wheel, Sir Henry, English writer and WOODLOUSE, crustacean, Vi. 658.

XVIII. 554.

courtier, XXIV. 685; friend of Izaak WOODMEN OF ARDEN, English society Florence of, English chronicler, Walton, XXIV. 342. of archers, II. 375.

William, English scholar, xxiv. WOOD NAPHTHA, XVII. 174.

COLLEGE, Oxford, xvIII. 98.

685. WOOD OIL, XVII. 744.

WORD, the Logos (q.v.), xiv. 804. WOULDHAVE, William, inventor of lifeWOOD PAVING, XX. 585.

WORDS, study of (philology), xvIII. 765; boat, xiv. 571; XXI. 802. WOODPECKER, bird, xxiv. 651; sacred combination of, XI. 38.

WOUNDS, Surgical treatment of, XXII. to Mars, xv. 570.

WORDSWORTH, William, English poet, 678, 681, 682; infectiveness of, xvill. WOOD-PIGEON, bird, vii. 379.

xxiv. 668; odes of, xix. 271; his 401; repair of, XVIII. 363; death by, WOOD-RAT, rodent mammal, xvii. 6. place in English literature, VIII. 433, XV. 781. WOODs, in joinery, IV. 486. 434.

received by stigmatization, XXII. WOOD'S HALFPENCE, Irish coinage, WORK, in mechanics, xv. 700.

548. XXII. 766; XIII. 268.

WORKHOUSES, English, XIX. 468, 476. WOUWERMAN, Philip, Dutch painter, WOOD-SPIRIT, in chemistry, XVI. 195. WORKING CLASSES, Enfranchisement XXIV. 686. WOODSPITE, bird, xxiv. 651.

of the, XIX. 352; progress of, xxiv. 312. WRANGELL, Baron Ferdinand, Russian WOODSTOCK, town, England, xxiv. WORKING MEN'S INTERNATIONAL Arctic explorer, X. 193; XIX. 320. 653; XVIII. 94.

ASSOCIATION, XIII. 189.

WRANGEL'S LAND, North Siberia, XXIV. -, to Ontario, Canada, xxiv. 653. WORKINGTON, town, Er nd, xxiv. 726. town, New Brunswick, xvII. 375. 676.

WRASSE, fish, xxiv. 686; XVIII. 324.

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X, the twenty-fourth letter of the ralist, XX. 300.

WURNU, town, Sokoto, Africa, XXII. WRECK, in law, xxiv. 686; salvage of,

248, 279.

XALAPA (Jalapa), town, Mexico, xu. XXI. 237; statistics of wrecks in 1882, WÜRTEMBERG, or Württemberg, king 547 XVII. 277.

dom, Europe, xxiv. 699; army, II. XAMARAN, quarantine station, on Red WREKIN, hill, England, xxi. 847; XXIV. 600; libraries, xiv. 527, 546; prison Sea, XX. 155. 493.

system, XIX. 761.

XANTHIAN MARBLES, British Museum, WREN, bird, XXIV. 688; fire-crested, Wurtz, Charles Adolphe, French

IX. 67. XIV. 83; golden-crested, XIV. 82. chemist, XXIV. 702.

XANTHOCHROIC TYPE, of man, II. 113; Sir Christopher, English architect, WURTZITE, mineral, xvi. 392.

in Asia, 11. 696. xxiv. 689; 11. 443; XVII. 442; his WÜRZBURG, town, Bavaria, xxiv. 704; XANTHOCON, mineral, xvi. 396. London churches, xiv. 838; his plan library, xiv. 547.

XANTHOLITE, mineral, XVI. 409. for rebuilding London, xiv. 849.

Konrad von, his Buch von Troye, XANTHOPHYLL, colouring matter of WRENCH, hand tool, XI. 439.

XX. 639.

plants, XIX. 53. WRESSELL CASTLE, Yorkshire, England, WYANDOTS, American Indians, XII. XANTHOPHYLLITE, mineral, XVI. 413. XXIV. 749.

827, 831.

XANTHOSIDERITE, mineral, XVI. 388. WRESTLING, xxiv. 690; in ancient WYANDOTTE, town, Kansas, U.S.A., XANTHOXYLUM, genus of trees, xvIII. games, X. 64. XXIV. 704.

519. WREXHAM, town, Wales, XXIV. 691.

CAVE, Indiana, U.S.A., XII. 813 XANTHUS, river, Asia Minor, Il. 708; Wright, Edward, English mathemati-Wyat, Sir Thomas (1503-1542), Eng

XV. 93. cian, XIV. 769, 774; XVII. 254; trans lish poet, XXIV. 704.

town, Lycia, Asia Minor, xxiv. lator of Napier's Canon Mirificus, XVII. Sir Thomas (c. 1520-1554), his 716; XV. 93; tombs at, II. 402. 179. attack on London (1554), xiv. 846.

Lydian historian, xv. 99. Joseph, English painter, xxiv. WYATT, James, English architect, xxiv. XÁTIVA (Játiva), town, Spain, XIII. 597. 691.

705.

XAUXA, town, Peru, XVIII. 675; river, Richard, American Methodist, XVI. WYCHERLEY, William, English drama XVIII. 673. 191.

tist, xxiv. 705; VII. 436.

XAVIER, Francisco, apostle of the Silas, American politician, xxiv. WYCH-HAZEL, tree, 11. 320.

Indies, xxiv. 716; his relation to 692.

WYCHWOOD FOREST, England, XVIII. Jesuitism, X111. 651; missions of, XVI. Thomas, English antiquary, xxiv. 93.

513. 692.

WYCLIFFE, or Wickliffe, John, English Jerome, Jesuit missionary, XX. III. WRIST, Anatomy of the, 1. 827, 839. Reformer, xxiv. 708; VIII. 324; his XEBEKS, or Zeybeks, people, Asia WRIT, in law, XXIV.

692 ;

influence on the Church of England, Minor, V. 102; II. 712. 218.

VIII. 373; influence on John Huss, XII. XENIA, town, Ohio, U.S.A., XXIV. 718. Parliamentary, xxiv. 697.

404; his place in English literature, XENOCRATES of Chalcedon, Greek WRITING, XVIII. 143 ; XXIII. 682 ; VIII. 410; his relations to the Lollards, philosopher, xxiv. 718; 1. 68. beginnings of, xvIII. 766; in time of XIV. 810.

XENODERMIDÆ, family of snakes, XXII. Homer, XII. 112; hieroglyphic, xi. WYCOMBE, town, England, xxiv. 712. 193. 794 ; illuminated, XII. 707; litho- Wye, river, England and Wales, XI. XENOLITE, mineral, xvi. 408. graphic, xiv. 698.

729; XVI. 753; XX. 217.

XENOPELTIDÆ, family of snakes, XXII. MACHINES, XXIV. 697.

WYKEHAM, Chapel of, Lincolnshire, 192. MATERIALS, Ancient, XVIII. 143, England, XXII. 367.

XENOPHANES of Colophon, Eleatic 232.

William of, bishop of Winchester philosopher, XXIV. 719; VIII. I; XVIII. PAPER, Sizes of, xvIII. 226.

and chancellor of England, Xxiv. 315. WRITING-TELEGRAPH, XXIII. 121. 585.

XENOPHON, Greek historian, XXIV. 720; WRONGS, or Torts, in law, XXIII. WYNTOUN, Andrew of, Scottish chroni XI. 103, 141; "his economic teaching, 454.

cler, XXIV. 712; III. 364; XXI. 540. XIX. 349; on Socrates, XXII. 232; in WRONSKI, Hoene de, algebraist, I. WYOMING, Territory, United States, the Persian expedition, XVIII. 576. 516.

712; geysers of, X. 558; of Ephesus, Greek novelist, xx. WROTTESLEY'S OBSERVATORY, Black Yellowstone National Park, XXIV. 635. heath, England, xvII. 712.

736.

XENORHYNCHUS, genus of birds, XIII. WROXETER, town, England, XXI. WYON, Thomas, English medallist, 529. 648.

XXIV. 713.

XENOTIME, mineral, XVI. 403. WRYNECK, bird, xxiv. 698.

William, English medallist, xxiv. XENURUS, genus of edentate mammals, Henry, duke of Lancaster, xiv. 713.

XV. 387. 255.

Wyss, Johann Rudolf, Swiss poet, XXII. XEREZ (Jerez), town, Spain, XIII. 629; Wuhu, town, China, XXIV. 699.

799.

wine of, xxiv. 607. WULFENITE, mineral, XVI. 403. WYTFLIET, Cornelius, Early notice of XERODERMA, skin disease, XXII. 121. WULFRUNA, early English princess, Australia by, Ill. 103.

XERUS, genus of rodent mammals, XXII. XXIV. 637.

WYTHE, George, American politician, 438; XV. 418. WULFSTAN, St, of Worcester, XXIV. XXIII. 748.

XERXES I., king of Persia, xxiv. 721; 667.

WYTTENBACH, Daniel Albert, German VIII. 560; XI. 99; XVIII. 572; tomb WULLENWEVER, Jürgen, burgomaster scholar, XXIV. 714.

of, XVIII. 558. of Lübeck, xv. 32.

Thomas, Swiss theologian, xxiv. II., of Persia, XXIV. 721; XVIII. WUN, district, India, xxiv. 699.

714; his relations with Zwingli, xxiv. 575. WUPPER, river, Rhenish Prussia, xx. 832.

XIBARO, issue of Negro and Indian, WYVERN, in he aldry, XI. 702.

XVII. 319.

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XICAQUES, Indian tribe, Honduras, necticut, U.S.A., XVII. 394; XXIII. | YARKAND, or Yarkend, town, Turkestan, XII. 131.

857; library, xiv. 534; observatory, XXIV. 728; XXIII. 638, 639. XIMENES, or Jimenes, Francisco, Spanish

XVII. 715.

YARMOUTH, town, Norfolk, England, cardinal and statesman, XIII. 693, 94; YALE LOCK, XIV. 751.

XXIV. 728.
XX. 324; XXII. 327.
YALKUT, Midrash, xvi. 287.

town, Isle of Wight, England, XIMENEZ, Francesch, Catalan writer, YALTA, town, Crimea, Russia, VI. 587; XXIV. 562. XXII. 364.

XXIII. 83.

YARN, spun fibre, XXIV. 730; cotton, XIPE-TOTEC, Mexican deity, XVI. 212. YA-LU-KIANG, river, Corea, Vi. 391. VI. 488; linen, XIV. 666; woollen, XIPHIAS, genus of fishes, XXII. 804. YALUTOROVSK, town, Siberia, XXIII. XXIV. 658. XIPHIUM, genus of plants, XIII. 276. 430.

YAROSLAFF, early Russian prince, XXI. XISUTHRUS, legendary king of Babylon, YAM, plant, xxiv. 727; XII. 289; in 89. Polynesia, XIX. 419.

prince of Suzdal, Russia, XXI. 90. XONOLITE, mineral, xvi. 420.

YAMA, Hindu divinity, IV. 208. YAROSLAVL, government, Russia, xxiv. XYLARIA, genus of Fungi, XVII. 75. YAMA-MAI WORM, silkworm, XXII. 60. 731; town, XXIV. 732. XYLEM, or Wood, in vegetable histology, YAMAN-TAU, mountain, Russia, xxiv. YARO-TSANPO, river, Tibet, XXIII. 340. XII. 18.

4.

YARRA, river, Victoria, Australia, xv. XYLENE, benzol, xxIII. 59.

YAMBO, town, Arabia, xxiv. 727; XX. 835; XXIV. 216. XYLOGRAPHY, or Block-Printing, XXIII. 316.

FLATs, plains, Victoria, Australia, 682. YAMBURG, town, Russia, XXI. 190.

XXIV. 216.
XYSTUS (Sixtus I.), pope, XXII. 103. YAMDENA, island, Timor Laut group, YARRELL, William, English naturalist,
X. Y. Z. MISSION, to France from Indian Archipelago, XXIII. 398. XXIV. 732; on British birds, XVIII.
United States, XXIII. 755.

YAMPAIS, American Indians, XII. 827. 18, 29, 49.
YAMPOL, town, Russia, XIX. 254.

YARROW, river, Scotland, xxi. 638.

RAPIDS, Dniester river, Russia, YARWHELP, bird, x. 720. the twenty-fifth letter of the VII. 306.

YASA, mountain, Nepal, XVII. 340. YA MURA, mountain, Sumatra, XXII. YASHIL-KUL, lake, Central Asia, XVIII. YAAKOB of Orleans, Jewish writer, 638.

104. XXIII. 40.

YANA, river, Siberia, xxiv. 726. YASNA, part of Zend-Avesta, xxiv, B. MEIR B. SHEMUEL, Rabbinio | YANAON, French settlement, India, 775. scholar, XXIII. 39.

XXIV. 727.

YASSIN, state and river, Kashmir, x. YABLONOVOI MOUNTAINS, Siberia, YANBO (Yambo), town, Arabia, xxiv. 597 XXIII. 509.

727; XX. 316.

YATAGHAN, hand-weapon, XXII. 800, YABU, Afghan breed of horses, I. 233. YANDOON, town, Burmah, xxIII. 330. 802. YACHOW-Fu, town, China, XXIV. 722. YANEZ, Rodrigo, Spanish chronicler, YATUTOROVSK, town, Russia in Asia, YACHT, YACHTING, XXIV. 722; XXI. 594. XXII. 354. YADZVINGS, tribe, Lithuania, Xiv. 702. YANG-CHOW FU, town, China, xxiv. YATVYAGS, tribe, Lithuania, XIV. 702. YAFA (Joppa), town, Palestine, XIII. 746.

728.

YAVIPAIS, American Indians, XII. 827. YAFFIL, or Yaffle, bird, xxiv. 651. YANG-CHU, Chinese philosopher, xvi. YAVORSKI, Stephen, Russian writer, YAGHANS, tribe, Tierra del Fuego, XXIII. 4.

XXI. 105. 384.

YANGHI-HISSAR,

town, Turkestan, YAWNING, XX. 480. YAGUAR-COCHA, lake, Ecuador, VII. XXIII. 639; XXIV. 728.

YAWRY BAY, Sierra Leone, West Africa, 646.

YANGI SHAHR (Kashgar), town, Turke XXII. 44. YAHYA B. KHALID, prime minister of stan, XIV. 7; XXIII. 639.

Yaws, disease, XXIV. 732. Haroun al Raschid, XI. 488.

YANG KEEN, emperor of China, v. YAYUL, district, Tibet, XXIII. 340. YAJNAVALKYA, in Sanskrit literature, 645.

YAZD, town, Persia, xxiv. 733; XVIII. XXI. 288. YANG-TSZE-KEANG, river, China, V.

627, 628. YAJUR-VEDA, Sanskrit sacred writing, 631; XVIII. 117.

YAZDAGIRD, or Yezdegird, Era of, v. XXI. 278.

YANG-TUNY, mountain, Russia, xxiv. 717; XVIII. 326. YAK, ungulate mammal, xxiv. 725. 4.

YAZDEGERD I., king of Persia, XVIII. YAKHSU, river, Turkestan, XVIII. 103. YANINA (Janina), town, Albania, Turkey, 610. YAKIMA PASS AND RIVER, Washington XIII. 565; XXIII. 653.

II., of Persia, xviii. 611. Territory, U.S.A., XXIV. 385.

YANKTON, town, Dakota, U.S.A., xxiv. III., of Persia, xvIII. 615. YAKOBA, town, Sokoto, Africa, xxII. 728; VI. 773

YAZID I., caliph, XVI. 567.
248, 279.
YAO, or Yaou, Chinese emperor, II. 745;

II., caliph, XVI. 575.
YAKUB, shah of Persia, xvIII. 633.
V. 643.

III., caliph, XVI. 576. ALMANSOR, Moorish prince in YAOU-JIN, Chinese tribe, XVI. 224. YAZIDADH, Syriac writer, XXII. 830. Spain, XXII. 317.

YAP, island, Carolines, Pacific Ocean, v. YAZIJI-OGHLU, Ottoman poet and hisBEG (the Atalik Ghazi), amir of 126.

torian, XXIII. 656. Kashgar, Xiv. 7.

YAPOCK, marsupial mammal, xvII. 796. Yazoo, river, Mississippi State, U.S.A., BEN LAITH, founder of Saffarid YAQUI, Pico del, mountain, San Domingo, Moslem dynasty, XVI. 586. XI. 544.

Yca, town, Peru, XII. 611; XVIII. 674. YAKUBI, Arab historian, XXIII. 3. YARANSK, town, Russia, XXIV. 303. Y-CHANG, town, China, XII. 628. YAKUTS, people, Siberia, XXII. 8; XXIII. | YARDS, of ships, XXI. 153.

YEADON, town, England, xxiv. 733. 608, 661; XXIV. 726.

YARE, river, England, XVII. 536. YEAR, division of time, iv. 666; V. 712; YAKUTSK, province, Siberia, XXIV. 725; YARENSK, town, Russia, xxiv. 283. solar, 11. 770; Sabbatical, xxi. 126. town, XXIV. 727.

YARIBA, country, West Africa, xxiv. YEARNING (Rennet), for cheese-making, YALE COLLEGE, New Haven, Con 754.

VI. 771.

XXII. II.

XVI. 521.

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