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ABRAHAM'S возом, Iimbus patriun,
хш. 646.

ABRANTES, town, Рот/113111, 1. 55.

—‚ Duchess of, XIII. 779.

__, Duke of (Junot), French general,
XIII. 779; х1х. 551.

ABRASION, by шею, x. 275.

ABRAXAS, or Abrasax, charm, I. 56;
Gnostic name of the Supreme God, III.
420; X. 141.

ABRIACHANITE, mineral, хш. 418.

ABRIDGMENTS, in copyright law, VI.

361.

ABRINCAT/E (Avranches), ancient town,

France, III. 157.

ABRO, island in Baltic, Russin, xvII.

732-

ABRUzzO, province, Italy, I. 56.

ABSALOM, of Scripture, I. 56; VI. 840;

хш. 405; tomb of, II. 393.

—— AND ACHITOPHEI., Drydens poem,
vII. 492. .

ABsALON, Danish statesman, 1. 57; v1.

34 .

ABsAROxA MOUNTAINS, Wyoming,

U.S.A., XXIV. 737.

ABSCESS, in surgery, l. 57; treatment
of, XXII. 683; in Ophthalmology, XVII.
781, 786; of liver, tropical, XVIII. 396.

ABSENTEEISM, of landlords in Ireland,
XIII. 229, 269.

AIssINTHE, liqueur, I. 57.

ABSOLUTE, in philosophy, I. 57.

_, Philosophy of the, XXI. 393; XXIII.

247.

__- MEASUREIIENTS, in
vIII. 15, 103.

—- SPIRIT, Hegels, хш. 87.

_- TEMPERATURE, x1. 566; XXIII.

285.

_ NIT FORCE, Xv. 699.

ABSOLUTION, I. 58; XvIII. 487.

ABSOLVITOR, in Scots law, 1. 58.

ABSORPTION, I. 58; of food into blood,

xvII. 677; of light, хш. 600; хх. 213;

in plants, Iv. 119; XIX. 44.

ABSTEMII, religions sect., I. 58.

ABSTINENCE, ascetic, 11. 677.

_ SOCIETIES, XXIII. 159.

ABSTRACTION, in philosophy, 1. 58; 111.

electricity,

47-

AssURDUM, Reductie ad, 1. 59.

ABU, sacred mountain, India, I. 59; XIII.
543; XXII. 98.

AIw-ABDULLAH MAHOMMED (Ibn Ва-
tuta), geographer, XII. 607.

ABU-ALI AL­HA5AN (Alhazen), mathe-
matician, I. 572.

ABU-ALI AL-HOSEIN IBN-SINA (Avi-

cenna), philosopher and physician,

III. 152.

ABUAM, town, Morocco, XXIII. 21.

ABUBACER, Spanish Moslem philo-

sopher, II. 269.

ABUBAKER, rajah of Johore, X111. 73o.

Ани-Вина, runaway from Mecca, xvi.

558-

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ABU-BEKR, caliph, successor of

Mohammed, 1. 60; II. 257; хш. 561.

ABU-BEKR MOHAMMED IBN-JAHYA

(Avempace), philosopher, III. 144; II.

269.

ABU-BISHIR, fish, XIX. 429.

ABU-DANI (Eldad Ben Malchi), Jewish

traveller, vII. 827.

ABU-FARAJ, Arabian writer, II. 263.

ABU-GHALIB BAR SAIsUNI, Syriac

writer, XXII. 85o.

ABU-HAMED MUHAMMAD AI.­GAz.»\I.I,

Arabian philosopher, I. 510.

Ани-ухни AL-MANSUR, ширь, xv.

500; хш. 578.

ABU-JAFAR MOHAMMED B. JARIR AI*-

TABARI, Arabian historian, XXIII. 3.

ABULA (Avila), ancient town, Spain,

III. 156.

ABUL­ABBAS, ñrst Abbasid ширь, xvI.

578-

AßUL-ABBAS AHMED (Ibn Khallikan),
Arabian writer, XII. 609.

ABUL­ABBAS AHMED IBN-MOHAMMED
EL­\IAKKARI, Arabian writer, Xv. 31 1.

ABULCASIM, Arabian surgeon, XV. 805;

xxII. 67 5.

—— MANSUR (Firdousi), Persian poet,

Ix. 225.

ABULFARAGIUS, Gregorius (Abul-Faraj,
Bar-Hebrœus), Arabian historian, I.
60; xxII. 853; XXIII. 5.

ABULFAZI, Indian historian, I. 60.

ABULFEDA, Arabic historian, 1. 60; II.

263, 264.

AIzULOHAzI-BAHADUR, khan of кыш,
1. 61.

ABUL­HAKAM, Moorish invader of

Spain, xxII. 319.

ABUL-HASSAN, Arabian diallist, vII.

153.

ABUI.-HIN, mountain, Syria, XIV. 394.

ABUL-KASIM, Arabian physician, XV.
805; xxII. 675.

ABULKHAIR, Mongol khan, хш. 729.

ABULMAJD Мышц) в. ADAM (Sanai),

Persian poet, XXI. 254.

ABUL­TAYYIB (ALMotanabbi), Arabian

poet, XVII. I.

AßULwArA, Mohammed, Arabian alge-
braist, I. 512.

AßUL-WAL1D MERWAN (Rabbi Jonah),
Jewish philologist, XIII. 737.

AßUL-WALID MOHAMMED IBN-ROSHD
(Averroes), philosopher, III. 149.

AßU-MAAscHAR (Abumazar), Arabian

astronomer, I. 456; XVI. 596.

AßU-MERwAN ABDALMALEC 11311-

ZOHR (Avenzoar), III. 145; xv. 805.

ABU-MOSLIM, founder of the Abbasid

dynasty, хш. 576, 578.

ABUNA, title of the archbishop of Abys-

sinia, I. 61.

ABU-NASR IBN-HAMMAD EL-JAUHARY,

Arabic 1exicographer, XIII. 598.

ABU-NASR MUHAMMAD AL­FARABI,

Arabian philosopher, I. 501.

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ABU-OBAIDA, Arabian historian, ххш. 3.

ABU-SAID, Persian sovereign, XVIII.

632.

ABU-SAID в. ABUL-KHMR, Persian

poet, XVII. 771; XVIII. 658.

ABUSCHEHR, or Abnshelir (Bushire),

town, Persia, IV. 574.

ABU-SIMBEL, or Ipsambul, Nubia, I. 61 ;

temple of, II. 388.

ABUsIR, town, Egypt, 1v. 576 ; руш-

mias of, vII. 772; хх. 123.

ABU-TAHIR AL­MANsUR,

caliph, XV. 500.

ABU-TEMAN, or Abu-Temmam, Arabian

poet, I. 61; II. 263; XI. 402; XVI. 539.

ABUTMENTs, Stability of, Iv. 324.

AßU-YAHYA AL-MARwA21, Syrian

physician, XXII. 847.

ABU~YUSUF AL-KINDI, Arabian philo-

sopher, I. 578.

ABU-ZAKARIYA, prince of Tunis, XXIII.

621.

Ани-21211) ABDARRAHMAN (Ibn Khal-
doun), Arabic writer, XII. 609.

ABYDOS, ancient town, Asia Minor, I.

61; XVII. 122.

——‚ ancient town, Egypt, I. 61 ; VII.

775; pyramids of, XX. 124.

ABYSSINIA, I. 61, 262; Arabian settle-
ments in, XXIV. 739; birds of, III. 758;
filigree from, IX. 164; Galles of, X. 38;
introduction of Christianity, IX. 804;
languages, XVI. 654; Lobo’s travels in,
XIV. 743; Prester John of, XIX. 717.

ABvssINIAN CHURCH, Canon of the, v.

13.

AsvssINIAN MONTHS, v. 716.

ABYSSINIANS, 1. 262.

ACACIA, genus of plants, I. 68; catechu
from, v. 220; gum from, x1. 275.

_, False, culture of, II. 318.

ACACIANS, early Christian sect, Xv.

145.

ACACIUS, patriarch of Constantinople,
х1х. 492.

of Amid, Syriac writer, XXII. 829.

-— of Sclcucia, Syriac writer, XXII.

83o.

ACADEMIA ESPAÑOLA, XxII. 360.

ACADEMICAL PRECEDENCE, х1х. 668.

ACADEMIC SCHOOL 0F PHILOSOPHY, 1.

68.

ACADEMIC VEsTMENTs, v1. 463.

ACADEMIES, I. 68; importance of, for
the advance of science, XXIV. 800; of
Italy, хш. 507; musical, XVII. 83.

ACADEMUs, grove of, I. 68; х1х. 194.

ACADEMY, I. 68.

_, at Athens, 1.68; 111.2; х1х. 194.

_, French, founded by Richelieu, IX.

57o; its influence on French literature,

Ix. 658.

——‚ Royal, London, XIV. 836.

ACADIA, or Acadie, former name of Nova
Scotia, 1. 79; XvII. 375, 601; its rela-
tion to Maine, U.S.A., Xv. 30;,

ACALEPHIE, group of animals, I. 79.

Fatimite
ACAMARCIIIS AVICULARIA, species of Polyzoa, XIX. 437.

ACANTIIIAS, genus of sharks, XXI. 775.

ACANTIIITE, mineral, XVI. 392.

ACANTHOCEPIIALA, parasitic worms, 1. 79; II- 54; XVIII. 259; in Lankesteŕs classification, XXIV. 813.

ACANTHOCVSTUS, genus of
XIX. 845.

ACANTI-IODINI, suborder of fishes, XII. 686.

ACANTHODRILUS, genus of worms, XXIV. 678.

ACANTHOGLOSSUS, genus of mammals, XV. 378.

ACANTIIOMETRIDEA, subclass of Protozoa, XIX 851.

ACANTIIOIIIVS, genus of Rodentia, XVII. 6.

ACANTIIOPTERVCII, order of fishes, I. 79; XII. 688.

_ PIIARVNCOGNATIII, order of fishes, XII. 691.

ACANTI-IUS, genus of plants, I. 79.

ACANTIIYLLIS, genus of birds, XXII. 760.

ACAPULCO, town, Mexico, I. 79.

ACARIDEA, order of Аменция, II. 274.

ACARNANIA, province, ancient Greece, I. 79; coins of, XVII. 642.

ACARUS, genus of Arachnida, I. 79; II. 276; XVI. 528; gall-producers, X. 43. _ AUTUMNALIS, harvest bug, XI. 501;

XVI. 529.

ACCAD, or Akkad, subdivision 0f Babylonia, III. 185; XVI. 51.

ACCADIAN INSCRIPTIONS, VII. 795; XIII. 114; language of, I. 604; dictionary, VII. 189.

ACCA LARENTIA, in Roman legend, XIv. 313.

ACCARON, or Ekron, town of the Philistines, VII. 794.

ACCELERATION, in dynamics, I. 79; xv. 682; diagram of, VII. 150; energy of, Xv. 769; lunar, II. 799.

ACCENT, ACCENTUATION, in language, I. 8o; XI. 37; XVIII. 788; XXII. 384; in Latin, XIV. 329; inRomance languages, XX. 664; in Sanskrit, XXI. 272.

ACCENT-OR, genus of birds, XXII. 369.

ACCENTS, in ancient MSS., XVIII. 165.

ACCEPTANCE, in commerce, I. 82.

ACCEIYIATIONS, The, supplementto Book of the Consulate, VI. 317.

ACCESSION, I. 83.

ACCESSORY, in criminal law, 1.83; VI. 588.

ACCIAJUOLI, Donato, Italian writer, I. 83.

ACCIDENCE, in grammar, XI. 38.

ACCIDENT, in logic, I. 8 3.

ACCIDENT INSURANCE, xIII. 161.
ACCIDENTS, in mines, XVI. 466; VI. 72;
railway, xx. 25o; at sea, xxI. 601.
ACCIPITRES, group of birds, XI. 534;

XVIII. 47.
ACCIUS, poet of 16th century, I. 8 3.

Protozoa,

ACCIUS, Lucius, Latin tragic poet, I. 83; XVIII. 129; his language, XIV. 332.

ACCLAMATION, 1. 83.

ACCLIMATIZATION, I. 84; Iv. 248; of fish, XII. 665; XIX. 128; of fish in New Zealand, XVII. 47o; of insects, XIII. 141.

ACCOLADE, in conferring knighthood, I. 90; XIV. 118.

ACCOLTI, Benedict, Tuscan lawyer, I. 90.

__, Bernard, improvisatore, I. 90.

——‚ Pietro, cardinal, I. 90.

ACCOMMODATION, in Biblical interpretation, I. 90.

_, in commerce, I. 90.

_, Ophthalmic disorders of, XVII. 785.

ACCOM'PTANT (Accountant), I. 92.

ACCORAMBONI, Vittoria, Italian lady, I. 90.

ACCORDION, musical instrument, I. 91.

ACCORSO, Francis, Florentine lawyer, I. 91 ; his Glossa, X. 686.

_, Mariangelo, Neapolitan critic, I. 91.

ACCOUNT, Stock Exchange term, I. 91.

ACCOUNTANT, I. 92.

ACCOUNTANT-GENERAL, Court of Chancery Official, I. 92.

ACCOUNT BOOKS, Manufacture of, XXII. 461.

ACCOUNTS, Banking, III. 332.

ACCRA, town, West Africa, I. 92.

ACCRINCTON, town, England, I. 92.

ACCUM, Frederick, chemist, I. 92.

ACCUMULATOR, electrical machine, I.

2; VIII. 34.

MACHINERY, Hydraulic, x11. 522.

ACCURSIUS (Accorso, qm), I. 91.

ACCUSED PERSONS, Torture of, XXIII. 462.

ACE, on cards and dice, I. 92.

ACELUM (Asolo), ancient town, Italy, II. 714.

ACEPI-IALA, section of molluscs, I. 92; XVI. 633, 684.

ACEPIIALI, I. 92.

ACER, genus of trees, XV. 523.

ACERA, genus of molluscs, XVI. 65 5, 656.

ACERATIIERIUM, fossil rhinoceI-os, Xx. 523.

ACERBI, Joseph, Italian traveller, I. 93.

ACERINA CERNUA, species of fish, XIX. 481.

ACERNUS, Polish poet, I. 93.

ACERRA, incense box, I. 93.

_, town, Italy, I. 93.

ACERVETIS (Mangalia), ancient town, Thrace, XV. 479.

ACETALS, in chemistry, V. 567.

ACETATE OF LEAD, XIV. 378.

ACETIC ACID, 1.93; v. 569.

ACETYLENE, in chemistry, V. 521, 559; XVIII. 237.

ACH/EAN LEAGUE, 1.93; 1x. 62; XI. 1о7; under Philopœmen, XVIII. 790; in time of Polybius, XIX. 411.

ACIIIEMENIAN DVNASTV, Persia, XVIII.

565

ACIIIENIUM, form of fruit, Iv. 151.

ACI-IAIA, state, ancient Greece, I~ 93; XIX. 411 ; coins of, XVII. 642.

ACIIAN, of Scripture, I. 94.

ACHARD, Franz Carl, Prussian chemist, I. 94; his platinum process, XIX. 190; manufactures beet-sugar, XXII. 625.

ACHARIUS, Erik, Swedish botanist, I. 94; his classification of lichens, XIV. 560.

ACHARNIANS, The, play of Aristophanes, II. 508.

ACIIATES, friend of fEneas, I. 94.

ACHEEN (Achin), in Sumatra., I. 95; XXII. 639.

ACIIELNOTUS (Agelnoth), archbishop of Canterbury, I. 279.

ACI-IELOUS, river, Greece, I. 94.

ACHENWALI., Gottfried, German writer, I. 94; on statistics, XXII. 461.

ACHERON, in classical mythology, I.

94

_, river, Albania, I. 447; V. 266.

ACIIILL, island, Ireland, I. 94; XIII. 216; XV. 65o.

ACHILLES, in Greek legend, I. 94; XII. 117; XX. 643 ; his obsequies, III. 398; his connexion with Scyros, XXI. 574 ; shield of, II. 347.

_ PONTARCIIES, Cult of, XvII. 753.

_ TATIUS, Greek writer, I. 95; XX. 635.

ACHILLINI, Alessandro, Italian anatomist, l. 95, 806.

_, Claudio, Italian poet, XIII. 511.

ACIIIMENES, genus of stove plants, XII. 265.

ACIIIN, state and town, Sumatra, 1.95;
XXII. 639.

ACHMET (Ahmed, ем),
Turkey, I. 97.

_ PASHA, French adventurer, IV. 36.

ACIIRADINA, suburb of Syracuse, XXII. 814.

ACI-IRAY, lake, Scotland, I. 97.

ACIIROIIIATIC BANDS, in spectrum, XXIV. 425, 427.

ACHROMATIC GLASSES, 1. 97; XIV. 595; XVI. 25o, 260, 262; XVII. 804; Amici’s, 1.738; XVI. 262; Dollond’s, V11. 345; XVI. 262 ; Fraunhofeŕs, Ix. 728.

ACIIROMATIC TELESCOPE, XXIII. 137.

ACIIROMATIN, in tissues, XIX. 832.

ACHROMATISM, in optics, XIV. 592, 595, 601; XVII. 804; ofthe eye, XIV. 601.

Асхспышэ, family of snails, XXII. 187.

ACID, in chemistry, I. 97; V. 477, 486 ; acetic, I. 93 ; lactic, XIV. 196 ; oxalic, XVIII. 91; phthalic, XVIII. 855; prussic, XX. 21 ; tartaric, XXIII. 69; uric, XXIV. 11.

ACIDALIUS, Valens, German writer, I. 98.

ACID-AMIDES, in chemistry, XVII. 519.

ACIDS, Fatty, X. 697; organic, v. 553, 568; XIX. 52; vegetable, XIX. 52.

выпала of ACIDULATED SPRINGS, XVI. 436.

ACINACES, Persian sword, I. 98.

ACINETARIA, class of Protozoa, XIX. 865; XXIV. 812.

ACIPENSER, genus of fishes, XXII. 611.

ACIREALE, town, Sicily, I. 97; XXII. 31.

ACIS, in mythology, I. 98.

ACKEN, town, Prussia, I. 435.

ACKERMANN, Johann C. G., German physician, I. 98.

ACMITE, mineral, XVI. 416.

ACNE, skin disease, XXII. 121.

ACNODE, in geometry, VI. 723; ххп.

АССЕЬА, tribe of worms, XIX. 172, 174.

ACœMET/E, or Acœmeti, order of monks, 1. 98; XVI. 700.

ACOLHUAS, people, ancient Mexico, XVI. 209. .

ACOLYTE, order 0f clergy, I. 98; XVII. 820.

ACONCAGUA, province, Chili, I. 98; V. 616.

_, volcano, Chili, II. 16; V. 616.

ACONCIO, Giacomo, jurist and theologian, I. 98.

ACONITE, genus of plants, I. 98 ; poison, XIX. 279; extract of, in dilîerent pharmacopœias, XVIII. 731.

ACONTIID/E, family of lizards, XIV. 733

ACONTIUS, urist and theologian, I. 98.

ACORNS, Economic uses of, XVII. 692.

ACORUS, genus of plants, I. 99.

ACOSTA, Christoval d’, Portuguese natu~ ralist, I. 99.

_, Joseph Il’, Spanish writer, I. 99.

_, Uriel d’, Portuguese Jewish nobleman, I. 99.

ACOTVLEDONES, class of plants, 1. 99.

ACOTYLEDONOUS PLANTS, IV. 92.

ACOUSTICS, I. Ioo; of speech-organs, XVIII. 811; XXIV. 273; in relation to telephony, XXIII. 127.

ACOUSTIC TRICKS, in magic, XV. 307.

ACQUAVIVA, Claudio, general of the Jesuits, XIII. 651, 653.

ACQUI, town, Italy, I. 120; mineral water of, XVI. 434.

ACQUIsITIvENEss, in phrenology, XVIII. 845.

ACRA, town., Gold Coast, Africa, I. 92; race and language, X. 756.

ACRE., Syracusan settlement, Sicily, XXII. 814; XVIII. 167.

ACRE, measure of surface, I. 120.

_, or St Jean d’Acre, town, Syria, I. 120; capture of, by Saladin (1191), vII. 754; XXIII. 161; Knights Hospital1ers at, XXI. 174; Napoleon's repulse at (1799), XVII. 201; XXII. 179.

ACREDULA, genus of birds, XXIII. 419.

ACROBAT, I. 12o.

ACROBATA, genus of phalangers, XVIII. 729.

ACROCEPIIALUs, genus of birds, XXIV. 366.

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OF SETTLEMENT, of English crown, XXI. 696; in Isle of Man, XV. 454

_ or UNIFORMITY (1662), XIX. 690.

ACTA CONSIsToRII, Roman edicts, I. 128.

ACTA DIURNA, Roman gazette, I. 128.

ACT/EON, in mythology, l. 129.

ACTA SANCTORUM, of the Bollandists, 1V. 18.

ACTA SENATUS, minutes oí the Roman senate, I. 129.

ACTA TIIOMIE, apocryphal book, XXIII. 308.

ACTE, peninsula, Macedonia, XV. 138.

ACTIAN GAMES, at Rome, I. 129; XVII. 490

ACTIA NICOPOLIs, town,
Greece, XVII. 490.

ACTING, dramatic art, V11. 391, 396; 1х. 202, 209.

ACTINIA, genus of animals, I. 129.

ACTINISM, property’ of solar rays, I. 129.

ACTINOLITE, mineral, XVI. 417.

ACTINOMETER, thermometer for solar rays, I. 129.

ACTINOMVcosIs, disease, XVIII. 270 ; in cattle, XXIV. 204.

AcTINoPIIRYs, genus of Protozoa, XIX. 845.

ACTINOSPILERIUM, genus of Protozoa, XIX. 845.

ACTINOTE, mineral, XVI. 417.

ACTINOzoA, group of animals, 1. 129; v1. 369; VII. 277, 283; their relation to Hydrozoa, XII. 548; skeletal structure of, XXII. 106.

ancient

ACTINURUS, genus of rotifers, XXI. 4.

ACTION, Chemical, V. 474.

_, in law, I. 132; limitations of, XIV. 650; in Roman law, XX. 681, 707; XIX. 217.

_, Least and varying, in mechanics, XV. 723; in optics, XIV. 598.

_, Mental, хх. 42.

ACrIUM, in ancient geography, I. I 33 ; battle of (31 13.0.), 1.418; XX. 769.

_, Era of, v. 716.

ACTON, village, England, I, 133.

_, Sir John F. E., Neapolitan commander, I. 133; 1x. 79.

ACTORS, Dramatic, VII. 396; Chinese, V11. 402; English, V11. 434, 437, 439; Greek, VII. 408; Hindu, VII. 399; Roman, VII. 411.

ACTS OF THE APOsTLEs, 1. 123; III. 644; XXII. 79; apocryphal, II. 184. ACTS or PETER AND PAUL, apocryphal

book, XVIII. 696.

ACTUALITY, in psychology, XX. 55.

ACTUARIES, Institute 0f, their mortality tables, XIII. 170.

ACTUARY, I. 133.

ACULEATA, group of 148.

ACUÑA, Christoval d’, Spanish traveller, I. 133.

_, Juan de, Spanish Viceroy of Mexico, XVI. 219.

ACUPRESSURE, in surgery, I. 133.

ACUPUNCTURE, in surgery, 1.
XXII. 673.

ACUSIUM (Montelimar), ancient town,
France, XVI. 779.

ADAFUDIA, town, Western Africa, I. 133.

ADAGIA, work of Erasmus, V111. 517.

ADAH, wife of Lamech 0f Scripture, XIV. 238.

ADAI KI-IOKH, mountain, Caucasus, V. 253.

ADAL, country, Eastern Africa, I. 134.

ADALBERO, archbishop of Rheixns, хх. 508; XXII. 74.

ADALBERT, archbishop of Bremen and Hamburg, 1. 134.

_, bishop of Prague, I. 134; XIX. 286.

_, marquises of Tuscany, XXIII. 671.

ADALIA (Satali), town, Asia Minor, XXI. 317.

ADAM, of Scripture, I. 134; in relation to Eve, VIII. 733; Manichaean view of, XV. 483.

_, Life of, Jewish apocalyptic book, 11. 177.

_ of Bremen, ecclesiastical historian, 1. 138.

_, Alexander, classical teacher, 1. I39

­_, Melchior, German Writer, I. 139; хш. 85o.

_, Robert, Scottish architect, I. 139; XIV. 85o.

insects, хш.

I33; ADAM, William, Scottish politician, I. 139.

_ DE LA HALLE, early French Writer, IX. 642.

ADAMANTIUS, on physiognomy, xIx. 4.

ADAMAS, diamond, v11. 162.

ADAMAWA, or Adaniaua, country, Central Africa, I. 14o, 272; xxII. 248, 278, 279

_ GROUP, of Negroes, xvII. 319.

ADAM BLAIR, Lockhart’s novel, XIV. 763. ­

ADAMIANS, heretical sect, I. 140.

ADAMITE, mineral, хш. 405.

ADAMITES, heretical sect, 1. 14o.

ADAMNAN, Scottish saint and author, I. 14o; V111. 405; XXI. 54o.

ADAMS, John, president of United States, I. 141; XXIII. 755; champions Declaration of Independence, XXIII. 743- `

_, John, Pitcairn Islander, XIX. 132.

_, John Couch, his share in the discovery of the planet Neptune, II. 813; his logarithmic formulae, XIV. 778.

_, John Quincy, president of United States, I. 142; XXIII. 762; as a poet, I. 722.

_, Richard, English divine, I. 143.

_, Samuel, American statesman, I. 143.

_, Thomas, English Puritan divine, I. 143.

_,William, ñrst Englishman in Japan, X111. 584.

ADAMS BRIDGE, chain of панамцы, Ceylon, 1. 14o; v. 359; хх. 266.

ADAM’S DAUGHTERS, Book of, Jewish apocalyptic book, II. 177.

ADAM’S NEEDLE, plant, XXIV. 760.

ADAMSON, Patrick, archbishop of St Andrews, 1. 143; xxl. 507.

ADAMS PEAK, mountain, Ceylon, I. 14o; V. 359.

ADANA, town, Asiatic Turkey, I. 144; V. 777; province, XXIII. 653.

ADANGME, dialect, Gold Coast, Africa, x. 756.

ADANSON, Michel, French naturalist,

I. 144. ADAPIS, genus of extinct lemurs, XIV.

444

ADAPTATION, in biology, I. 145.

ADARBAIJAN, or Azerbijan, province, Persia, III. 167; XVIII. 626.

ADDA, river, Italy, I. 145; хш. 435.

ADDANKI, town, Nellore, India, xvII. 321.

ADDAX, kind of antelope, II. 101.

ADDER, reptile, I. 145; XXIV. 247; death adder, xxII. 198.

ADDINGTON, Henry, English prime minister, 1. 145; v111. 363; his relations with Pitt, xIx. 146.

ADDISON, Joseph, English essayist and poet, I. 146; his place in English literature, И". 425, 427; as drama

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tist, VII. 435; his essays on the imagination, I. 222; his hymns, X11. 592; his relations with Pope, XIX. 484; his connexion with Steele, XXII. 527.

ADDISON, Thomas, English physician, xv. 817.

ADDISON’s DISEASE, xvIII. 384; xxII. 122.

ADDITION, in algebra, 1. 520; in arithmetic, 11. 527, 534.

ADEL, country, Eastern Africa., l. 150.

ADELAAR, Cort Sivartsen, naval conimander, I. 150.

ADELAIDE, town, South Australia, I. 1 51 ; XXII. 284; observatory at, XVII. 717; university of, XXIII. 856.

_, wife of William IV. of England, ххш. 581.

_, wife of emperor Otto I., X. 483.

_ ISLAND, Antarctic regions, XIX. 330

ADELI-IEID, queen of Italy, хш. 469.

ADI-:LINA LONGA, station, West Africa, xv11. 733.

ADELM (Aldhelm, 11.11.), St, bishop Of Sherborne, 1. 474.

ADELPIII, Terence’s play, ххш. 187.

ADELSBERG, town, Austria, I. 151.

ADELUNG, Friedrich von, German philologist, I. 151.

_, Johann Christoph, German philologist, I. 151.

ADEN, town, Arabia, I. 152.

­_, Gulf of, XX. 316.

ADENOMA, glandular tumour, xvIII. 379; XXII. 687.

ADERNO, town, Sicily, 1. 152.

ADERSBACII ROCKS, Germany, I. 153.

ADI-‘00, town, Egypt, VII. 783.

ADGIIAGII PLATEAU, Sahara, Africa, xxl. 149.

ADHEMAR, bishop of Puy, crusader, v1. 624, 626.

ADHERBAL, Numidian prince, хш. 766.

ADHESION, in physics, I. 153; causing capillary action, V. 56.

ADIIESIVENESS, in phrenology, XVIII. 844.

ADIABATIc COMPRESSION, x1. 57o. _ EXPANSION, of gases, x11. 480; XXII. 480; of steam, XXII. 485, 486.

ADIABENE, in Assyria, хил. 605.

ADIAPHORISTS, ADIAPIIORISTIC CONTROVERSY, 1. 153; Xv. 834.

ADIB SABIR, Persian writer, XVIII. 658.

ADIGE, river, Austria and Italy, 1. 153; 111. 117; хш. 436.

ADI GRANTII, sacred book of
Sikhs, Xx. 110.

ADIL SHA1-1, Persian sovereign, xvIII. 643.

ADINIDA, ordcr of Protozoa, XIX. 859.

ADINOLE, mineral, хш. 419.

ADIPOCERE, I. 153.

ADIPOSE TISSUE, 1. 154, 851.

ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS, New York, U.S.A.,1. 154; хш. 450; ххш. 792.

the

ADIT, drainage tunnel in a mine, 1. 154;
XVI. 457; in tunnelling, XXIII. 622.
ADITI, in Hindu mythology, II. 739;
XVII. 152.

ADJUDICATION, in law, 1.
Roman law, XX. 690.

ADJUSTMENT, in commerce, 1. 154.

ADJUTAGE, delivery tube for liquids, I. 154.

ADJUTANT, military officer, 1. 154.

­_, bird, l. 154; XIII. 529.

ADJYGURH, town, India, 1. 154.

ADLER, Kaspar (Aquila), theologian, 11. 230.

ADLERBETH, Gudmund Göran, Swedish writer, XXII. 756.

ADMENSURATIO, obsolete English writ, ххш. 694.

ADMETUS, chieftain of Epirus, v111. 484

ADMINISTRATION, in government, x1. 16; in intestacy, XIII. 197.

ADMINISTRATOR, in law, 1. 154; v111. 800.

ADMIRABLE CRICIITON, VI. 577.

ADMIRAL, naval otiicer, I. 154; XVII. 291 ; of the fleet, I. 155.

_, LoId High, of England, I. 155; xxII. 458.

ADMIRALTV, Black Book of the, xxI. 584.

_, British Board of, 1. 157; ххш. 292.

_, First Lords of the, XVI. 474; list of, 1. 156.

_, High Court of, I. 158; viceadmilalty courts, I. 160; XXI. 607.

_, Secretaries of the, list of, I. 158.

_ CHARTS, 1. 162; 111111. 263.

— DEPARTMENTS, of dilferent countries, I. 158.

_ ISLAND, United States, I. 162.

_ ISLANDS, Pacific Ocean, 1. 162; XV. 835.

ÄDNA ­ MUORKI ­ Контра, waterfall, Sweden, xxII. 737.

ADOLF, count of Nassau, emperor, X. 4933 XWI- 239

ADoLPIIUs, John, English historian, 1. 162.

_, John Leycester, his letters on the authorship of Waverley, I. 162.

_ FREDERICK, king of Sweden, xxII.

154; in

German

75‘

ADOMNAN (Adanman, q.v.), St, 1. 14o.

ADON, Semitic god-name, XXIII. 237.

ADONIS, of Greek legend, 1. 163; хш. 678.

_, genus of plants, I. 163.

_, river, Syria, I. 163.

ADOPTIAN CONTROvI-:Rsv (8th oentuI-y), I. 163.

ADOPTIANISTS (3d century), xxl. 127.

ADOPTION, in law, 1. 163; in Roman law, xx 672, 713.

­_, Biblical terni, I. 164.

ADORATION, 1. 164.

ADOUR, river, France, 1. 164; XX. 126.

ADOWA, town, Abyssinie, I. 164, 64.

ADRA, town, Spain, 1. 164.

ADRAMYTTIUM, town,
XVII. 122.

ADRASTUS, in Greek legend, I. 164.

ADRIA, town, Italy, I. 164.

_, part of Mediterranean, I. 165.

ADRIAN, or Hadrian, Roman emperor, X1. 363.

_ I.-V., popes, I. 165.

_ VI., pope, I. 166.

_, town, Michigan, U.S.A., l. 165.

_ of Utrecht, regent in Spain (Pope Adrian VL), XXII. 328.

_ DE CASTELLO, cardinal, I. 166.

ADRIANI, Giovanni Battista, Florentine historian, I. 166.

_, Marcello Virgilio, Florentine chancellor, XV. 146.

ADRIANOPLE, province,
Europe, XXIII. 653.

_, town, Turkey, I. 166; battle of (378), XXIV. 36; treaty of (1829), XXI. 20; XXII. 590; XXIII. 65o.

ADRIATIC SEA, 1. 166; XV. 820; under protection of Venice, XXIV. 142.

Asia Minor,

Turkey in

ADRoGATIoN, in Roman law, I. 163;
XX. 672.
ADRUMETUM, ancient town, North

Africa, XI. 366.

ADULARIA, mineral, XVI. 419.

ADULE, or Adulis, ancient town, Eastern Africa, I. 166; XXIV. 826.

ADULLAM, Cave of, I. 166.

ADULTERATION, 1. 167; of beer, 1V. 273; of butter, IV. 591; of coffee, VI. I 114; of honey, XII. 137; of linseed, XIV. 677; of milk, XVI. 305; of oils, XVII. 745, 748; of opium, XVII. 790, 792; of perfumery, XVIII. 527; of silk, XXII. 64; of tea, XXIII. Ioo; of wine, › XVII. 795; XXIV. 603.

ADULTERV, I. 177; in Roman law, XX. 675; divorce for, VII. 301.

ADUR, river, England, XXII. 723. ,

ADVANCEMENT 0F LEARNING, Bacon's ' work, III. 210.

ADVENT, in the calendar, I. 177.

ADVENTIsTs, American religious sect, г XVI. 320.

ADVENTURES oF PHILIP, Thackerays, XXIII. 216.

ADvEREs, in grammar, XI. 4I.

ADvERsUs GENTEs, Arnobius’s treatise, 11. 625.

ADVERTISEMENT, I. 177.

ADVOCATE, legal pleader, I. 178; Roman, XVIII. 413.

ADvocATE-GENERAL, Admiralty, I. 161.

ADVOCATES, Faculty of, in Scotland, I. 179; XIII. 91.

ADVocATEs’ LIBRARY, Edinburgh, XIV. 522.

ADVOCATION, in Scots law, I. 179.

ADVowsoN, in English law, I. 179; simoniacal sale of, XXII. 85; in reign

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of Henry II., VIII. 305.

ADVAR, suburb of Madras, XV. 189. ADYTUM, of temple, I. 179; XXIII. 166. ADzE, edge-tool, XI. 437.

ZE, diplIthong, I. 179.

/EACUS, in mythology, I. 179.

/EBUTIAN LAW, Roman, XX. 696.

AED, Irish king, XIII. 250.

_, Laws of, Scotland, XXI. 478.

AEDAN, or Aidan, bishop of Lindisfarne, I. 424; XIII. 249.

EDILE, Roman public oi`n`cer, I. 180; XXIII. 557; XX. 738, 771.

/EETEs, in Greek legend, II. 496.

IEGADES, or Egates, islands, west of Sicily, I. 180; XXII. 31.

fEGE, or Edessa, ancient town, Macedonia, VII. 652; XV. 137.

AEGIEON, in Greek mythology, IV. 277.

./EGATES, islands, Sicily, I. 180; XXII. 31 ; battle near (241 B.C.), XI. 410.

/EGEAN SEA, Mediterranean, I. 180; XV. 820; archipelago of, II. 381.

/EGEIDIE Greek clan, XIX. 98.

/EGERINE mineral, XVI. 416.

/EGEUS, in Greek legend, I. 180; XXIII. 294.

./IîoIALITIs, genus of birds, XIV. 76.

/EGIDIUS (Giles), St, X. 595.

ZEGILIA, island, Greece, v. 346.

IEGINA, in mythology, I. 180.

_, island, Greece, I. 180; coins of, XVII. 642; sculptures of, II. 350, 352. AEGINETA, Paulus, Greek surgeon, I. 181;

XV. 804.

1Е015, in mythology, I. 181; XXI. 135.

IEGISTHUS, in Greek legend, I. 181.

/EGITIIALUs, genus of birds, XXIII. 419.

/EGITIIOGNATIIOUS TYPE, of birds, III. 715; XVIII. 35.

IEGOSPOTAMI, river, Thrace, I. 182; battle of (405 в.с.), X1. 102; XXIII. 222.

/ELFRED, or Alfred, the Great, English king, I. 506; VIII. 283, 285.

/ELFRIQ old English writer, I. 182; V111. 371, 406; his Heptateuch, VIII. 382. /ELIA CAPITOLINA, or IElia, a name of

Jerusalem, I. 182; XIII. 636.

{ЕМ/Е 111501112, Lipari Islands, 1. 182.

/ELIANUS, Casper-ius, avenger of Domitian, XVII. 353.

_, Claudius (zElian), Roman writer, I. 182; on birds, XVIII. 3.

JELIUS GALLUs, his Arabian expedition, II. 257; XXIV. 739.

¿ELIUs LAMPRIDIUS, Augustan his->

torian, III. 74. AELIUSSPARTIANUS,Augustanhistorian, III. 74. JELIUs TIIEoN, his rhetoric, XX. 514. ELLA, king of Deira, England, XVII. IEiÍIQROIDEA, section of Carnivora, xv.

434/EMILIUs, Paulus, Italian historian, I.

182.

IEMILIUS PAULUS, Lucius, Roman general, XVIII. 435.

/EMONA (Ißibach), ancient town, Austria, XIV. 215.

ZENACHS, ancient Irish fairs, IV. 253.

ENARIA (Ischia), island, Italy, XIII. 385.

/ENEAs, in classical legend, I. 182.

_ SYLVIUs, Pope Pius II., XIX. 152, 503.

/ENEID, Virgi1’s epic, XXIV. 253.

AENESIDEMUS, Alexandrian sceptic, XXI. 380.

/ENOS, Mount, Cephalonia, V. 344.

IEOLIA, or Eolis, country, Asia Minor, 1. 182.

1Еоылз Пчзиыв (жопы Islands), Mediterranean, I. 182; XIII. 441; XIV. 682; XXII. 31.

/EOLIAN HARP, musical instrument, I. 182.

AEOLIANS, ancient people, Greece, X1. 90.

/EoLIc DIALECT, of Greek, x1. 132.

ŕEoLIs, country, Asia Minor, I. 182; coins of, XVII. 646.

/EOLOPILE, ancient heat engine, III. 839; XXII. 473.

EoLosorvIA, genus of worms, XXIV. 679.

EOLOTROPY, VII. 804; magnetic, XV. 243.

/EOLUS, in mythology, l. 183.

AEON, space of time, I. 183.

IEONS, of Gnosticism, X. 701 ; of the манатки, XV. 468; of Valentinus, XXIV. 39.

/EPINUS, Franz Maria., German chemist, I. 183; his electrical researches, VIII. 8.

/EPY0RNIs, extinct bird, XV. 171.

AZPYORNITIIES, order of birds, XVIII. 44

AZPYPRYMNUS, вешает marsupials, XIII. 840.

A»<IfIQUI, or Aîquians, ancient people, Italy, I. 183; XIII. 445; XX. 739, 742.

AERARIANS, class of citizens, ancient Rome, I. 183.

/ERARIUM, Roman treasury, I. 183.

AERATED BREAD, III. 255.

AERATED WATERS, I. 184.

AEROF, island, Denmark, I. 184.

AERoLITE, 1. 184; XVI. 108.

AERONAUTICAL SOCIETY, I. 202.

AERONAUTICS, I. 185 ; electric Inotorsin, XXIII. 496.

AEROPIIORES, for mines, VI. 73.

AERO-PLANES, for flying machines, IX. 319, 322.

AEROSTAT, Henson’s, IX. 322.

AERosTATIcs, AERosTATIoN, IX. 308; in the Dark Ages, I. 185 ; works on, I. 207.

./ERTSZEN, Pieter, Dutch painter, 1. 208.

AERULI, ancient German tribe, XI. 774.

AES, metal, money, I. 208; XVI. 726; XVII. 637, 652.

JESCIIINES, Athenian philosopher, 1. 208.

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