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LIST OF THE AUTHORS

FROM WHOSE WORKS THE ILLUSTRATIVE QUOTATIONS HAVE

BEEN SELECTED.

(Names of living writers usually have no date attached.)

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Names in full and dates.

Dict. as
Abbot, George, Abp. (1562-1633). Abp. Abbot. Barrington, Hon. and Rt. Rev. Shute

Boyle, Robert (physicist; 1626–1691), Boyle.
Abbott, Rev. E. A., D.D.,
E. A. Abbott. (1734-1826),

Bp. Barrington. Bracton, Henry de (jurist; 1244), . Bracton,
Adams, Ernest, Ph.D. (grammarian), E. Adams, Barrow, Dr. Isaac (divine; 2630-1677). Barrow. Braddon, Mary Elizabeth,

Miss Braddon.
Adams, John (Presid. U.S.; 1735-1826). 7. Adams. Barry, M. J. (poet), .

M.F. Barry. Bradley, Rich. (botanist; d. 1732). Bradley.
Adams, J. Quincy (Presid. U. S.; 1767-
Bartlett, John Russell (Dict. of Ameri:

Brady, Robt., M.D. (hist.; d. 1700), Brady.
1848).
7. Quincy Adams. canisms, 1859).

Bartlett. Bramhall, Jno., D.D. (Abp. of Armagh;
Adams, Thos. (divine; 1588-1655), Rev. T. Adams. Barton, John (botanist),

7. Barton. 1593-1663),

Bramhall.
Addison.
Addison, Joseph (1672-1719),

Bastian, Henry Charlton, M.D.,

Bastian, Bramston, James (poet; d. 1744), . Bramston. Addison, Lancelot, D.D. (1632-1703), L. Addison. Bates, Wm., D.D. (1625-1699), .

Bates.

Brande, Wm. Thos. (chemist; 1780-1866), Brande.
Adventurer, The (1752-1754),
Adventurer. Battie, Win., M.D. (1704-1776),

Dr. Battie. Brande, Wm. Thos. Dict. of Science,
Adye, Gen. Sir J. M. (milit, writer), Sir 7. M. Adye. Baxter, Andw. (philosoph.; 1686–1750), . A. Baxter. Cox, Rev. Sir Geo. Literat. & Art, Brand & Cox.

& Art,
Agassiz, Louis (naturalist; 1807-1873). Agassie. Baxter, Richard (div.; 1615-1691), . Baxter.

W.

1865-67. Ainsworth, Robt. (lexicog.; 1660-1743), Ainsworth. Bayly, Thos. Haynes (poet; 1797-1839), T. H. Bayly. Brathwaite, Richard (misc. writer; 1588Ainsworth, W.H. (novel.; 1805-1881), W.H. Ainsworth, Bayne, Peter (journalist),

P. Bayne. 1673),

i Rick. Brathwaite. Aird, Thos. (poet; 1802–1876),

dird.
Beale, Lionel (physiol.),

Lionel Beale. Bray, Thomas, D.D. (1656-1730), . Dr. Bray.
Akenside, Mark (poet; 1721-1770), A kenside. Beattie, James (poet; 1735-1803), Beatlie. Brayley, Ed. W. (antiq.; 1773-1854), Brayley.
Alexander, Jos. Addison, D.D. (Amer.
Beaumont, Francis (dramatist; 1586–

Brende, John (trans. of Quintus Cur.
divine; 1809-1860),
7. A. Alexander. 1615),
F. Beaumont. tius, 1553).

Brende.
Alford, Henry, Dean (1810-1871). Dean Alford Beaumont, Francis (1586-1615).

Brerewood, Edw. (1565-1615),

Brerewood.

Beau, & FI.
Allman, Geo. Jas., M.D. (professor at
Fletcher, John (1576-1025),

Breton, Nicholas (poet; 1555-1624), Breton.
Edinburgh, from 1855-1870), .

Allman, Beaumont, Rev. Joseph, D.D. (1615-1699), Beaumont. Brevint, Daniel (divine; 1616-1695), . Brovint.
Ames, Fisher (Amer. statesman; 1758-1808), Ames. Beckford, Wm. (Vathek; 1760-1844), . Beckford. Brewer, Ant. (dramatist; wrote 1607–?), Ant. Brewer.
Anderson, Anthony (theol.; works 1573-
Becon, Thos. (reformer; 1510-1570), Becon.

Brewer, E. Cobham, LL.D. (Dict. of
Ant. Anderson. Beddoes, Thos., M.D. (1760-1808). Beddoes.
1581),

Phrase and Fable),

Brewer. Anderson, Jos., LL.D. (archæol.), Fos. Anderson. Bedell, Wm., Bp. (1570-1642),

Bp. Bedell, Brewster, Sir David (1781-1868),

Brewuster.
Andrews, Bp. (1555-1626).
Bp. Andrews. Beecher, Lyman, D.D. (1775-1863). Lyman Beecher. Bright, John (statesman),

John Bright.
Andrews, Ethan Alan (lexicog.; 1787–

Bell, Alex. Melville,
Melville Bell. British Quarterly Review,

Brit. Quart. Rev. 1858),

E. A, Andrews. Bell, Thos. (naturalist; 1792-1880), Thos. Bell. Britton, John (antiq.; 1771-1857), Britton. Andrews, J. Pettit (misc, writer; 1737-1797), Andrews. Bell, Wm. (Scots law; d. 1839),

Bell.

Brockett, Jno. Trotter (antiq.; 1788-1842), Brockett. Angus, Rev. Dr. Jos, (grammarian), Angus. Belsham, Thos. (Unitarian writer; 1750

Brome, Alex. (poet; 1620-1666),

A. Brome.
Annual Review, The (1802-1808), Annual Review. 1829),

Belsham. Brome, Rich. (dramatist; d. 2652), Brome.
Ansted, David Thos. (geol.; 1814-1880), Ansted. Belsham, Wm. (hist.; 1753-1827), . W. Belsham, Bronte, Charlotte (1816-1855), Charlotte Bronte,
Anstey, Chris. (New Bath Guide; 1724-
Bennet, Thos. (divine; 1673-1728), Bennet. Bronte, Emily (1818-1848),

E. Bronte. 1805),

Chris. Anstey. Benson, George, D.D. (1699-1763), Dr. G. Benson. Brooke, Henry (novelist, &c.; 1706–
Antijacobin, Poetry of the,
. Antijacobint. Benson, Bp. Martin (d. 1752),

Bp. Benson, 1783),

Henry Brooke. Arbuthnot, Dr. John (1675-1735), Arbuthnot. Bentham, Jeremy (1748-1832).

Bentham. Brooke, R. Greville, Lord (1608-1643), Ld. Brooke. Argyll, Geo. J. Douglas Campbell, Duke of, Argyll. Bentinck, Ld. George (1802–1848), Lord George Bentinck. Brooks, Chas. Shirley (1815-1874), Shirley Brooks. Armstrong. Joha (poet; 1709-1779), . Armstrong, Bentley, Rich. (1662-1742),

Bentley. Broome, William (poet; d. 1745). . W. Broome.
Arnold, Edwin (poet & misc. writer), Edwin Arnold. Berington, Rev. Joseph (1743-1827), . Berington. Brougham, Henry. Lord (1779-1868), Brougham.
Arnold, Matthew (poet & misc, writer). Matt. Arnold. Berkeley, Geo., Bp. (1684–1753),

Berkeley. Brown, Rev. J. Baldwin, · Rev. 3. Baldwin Brown,
Arnold, Dr. Thos. (1795-1842), Arnold or Dr. Arnold. Bernard, Rich. (Puritan div.; 1566-1641), R. Bernard. Brown, Thomas or 'Tom' (humorist;
Arnway, John, D.D. (divine; d. 1653), . Arnway. Berners, Jn. Bourchier, Lord (trans. of

d. 1904),

Tom Brown, Arundel, Thos. (Abp. of Canterbury;

Froissart; 1469-1532),

Berners, Brown, Dr. Thos. (philos.; 1778-1820), Dr. T. Brown. 1353-1413). Abp. Arundel. Berners, Juliana (Book of Hawking, &c.,

Sir T. Bromune.

Browne, Sir Thos. (1605-1682), ..
Ascham, Roger (Toxoghilus; 1515-1568), Ascham. 1486),

Jul. Berners. Browne, William (poet; 1590-1645), . W. Browne.
Ash, John (lexicog.; 1724-1779), .

A sh.
Beveridge, Wm., D.D. (Bp. of St. Asaph;

Mrs. Browning or
Ashburner, John, M.D., .

Browning, Eliz. B. (1809-1861),
Dr. Ashburner. 1636–1708),

Bp. Beveridge.

TE, B. Browning. Ashmole, Elias (antiquary; 1617-1692), . Ashmole. Bible (authorized version), quoted by book, chap., and Browning, Robert,

Browning, Atkins, John (traveller; wrote 1737), . Atkins.

Bruce, James (traveller; 1730-1794),

Bruce Atterbury, Francis, Bp. (1662-1732). Atterbury, Bickerstaff, Isaac (dramatist; wrote

Bruce, Michael (div,; works 1672-1709), M. Bruce. Aubrey, John (antiq.; 1626–1697). Aubrey.

1756-1775),

Bickerstaff Brunne, Robert de (chronicler; wrote
Austen, Jane (novelist; 1775-1817). Fane Austen. Birch, Thos., D.D. (1705-1766),

Birch,
1327-1338),

R. Brunne.
Austin, William (religious writer; wrote 1637), Austin. Black, Wm. (novelist),

W. Black. Bryant, Wm. Cullen (1794-1878),

Bryant. Ayliffe, John (jurist; wrote 1700-1734), . Ayliffe. Blackie, John Stuart (Prof. of Greek), Prof. Blackit. Brydone, Patrick (traveller; 1743-1818), Brydone, Aylmer, John, Bp. (1521-1594), .. Bp. Aylmer. Blackmore, Sir Rich. (poet; d. 1729). Sir R. Blackmore. Bryskett, Lodowick (poet; wrote 1587-1606), L.Bryskett. Ayre, John, A.M. (Mystery of Godliness, 1837), Ayre. Blackmore, R. D. (novelist), R. D. Blackmore, Buchanan, W.M. (Dict. of Science, 1876), Buchanan. Aytoun, W. E., Prof. (1813-1865), Aytoun. Blackstone, Sir Wm. (1723-1780), Blackstone. Buck, Sir Geo. (hist.; d. 1623). .

Sir G. Buck.
Blackwall, Anthony (Bib. critic; 1074-

Buckingham, John Sheffield, Duke of
Bacon, Francis, Lord (1561-1626), Bacon.

1730),
Blackwall, (1649-1720),

Sheffield.
Bacon, Nath. (lawyer; d. 1660),
N. Bacon. Blair, Hugh, D.D. (1718-1800), .

Dr. Blair, Buckland, Wm., D.D. (geol.; 1784-1856). Buckland,
Bailey, Nathan (lexicog.; d. 1742), Bailey. Blair, Robert (poet; 1699-1747),

Blair.

Buckle, Henry Thomas (1822-1862), . Buckle.
Bailey, Philip James (poet),
P. 7. Bailey. Blamire, Susanna (Scottish poetry; 1747–

Buckman, James (naturalist), Prof. Buckman.
Baillie, Joanna (poetess; 1762-1851), F. Baillie. 1794),

Blamire. Buckminster, Thos. (divine; wrote 1570), Buckminster.
Bain, Alex., LL.D. (Prof. Logic and

Blessington, Countess of (1989–1849), Lady Blessington. Budgell, Eustace (misc. writer; 1685-1736), Budgell.
English).
Prof. Bain. Bloomfield, Robert (poet; 1766-1823), Bloomfield. Bull, Bp. Geo. (1634-1710),

By, Bull.
Bainbridge, Christopher, Cardinal (d.

Blount, Sir Henry (traveller; 1602-1682), Sir H. Blount. Bullein, Wm., M.D. (works 1558-1564), Bullein.
7514),
Card. Bainbridge. Blount, Thomas (jurist; 1618-1679), .

Blount. Bullokar, William igrammarian, 1580), Bullokar.
Baird, William, M.D. icys. of Nat.
Blunt, Rev. John Henry, M.A. (Dict. of

Bulwer-Lytton, Edw, (1803-1873), . Lord Lytton.
Scienas, 1858), .

Baird.
Theol., 1870),
. 7. H. Biunt. Bunyan, John (1628-1688).

Bunyan.
Baker, Sir Rich. (chronicler; 1568-1645), Baker. Blunt, John James (Prof. Divinity,Camb.;

Burgoyne, Sir J. (dramatist; d. 1792), Burgoyne. Baker, Thos. (antiq.; 1656-1740), . Th. Baker. 1794–1855),

7. 3. Blunt. Burke, Edmund (1730-1797).

Burke.
Baie, John (Bp. of Ossory; 1495-1563), Bale.
Boece, Hector (hist.; 1470-1550), Boece,

Burleigh, Wm. Cecil, Lord (1520-1598), Lord Burleigh.
Balfour, John H. (botanist),
Balfour. Bolingbroke, Henry Saint John, Lord

Burnet, Bishop (1643-1715), Bp. Burnet or Burnet,
Ballantine, James (poet; 1808-1877). 7. Ballantine. (1678-1957),

Bolingbroke. Burnet, Thomas (Theory of the Earth;
Bancroft, Geo. (Amer, hist.),
Barcroft. Boone, Rev. Thos. Chas. (misc. writer;

1635-1715),

T. Burnet.
Bancroft, Bp. Richard (1544-1610). Bp. Bancroft. wrote 1826-1848),

Boone. Burney, Chas., Mus. Doc. (1726-1814), Dr. Burney.
Banim, John (novelist; 1798-1842),
Banim. Booth, W. B. (botanist),

W. B. Booth. Burney,Fr., Mdme. D'Arblay (1752-1840), Miss Burney.
Barbour, John (poet; 13:6-1396),
Barbour, Boothroid, Benj., D.D. (1768-1836), Boothroid. Burns, Robert (1759-1796),

Burns.
Barclay, Alex. (Ship of Fools, 1509). Alex. Barday. Borde, Andrew, M.D. (1500-1549), Borde. Burrill, Alex. M. (Amer. lawyer; 1807-1869), Burrill,
Barham, Rev. Rich. Harris (1788-1845), R.H.Barham. Boswell, James (1740-1795),

Boswell. Burt, Capt. Edward (Letters, &c., 1754), Burt.
Baring-Gould, Rev. Sabine,
Baring-Gould. Boucher, Jonathan (Archaic Gloss.;

Burton, John Hill (historian ; 1809-1881), F.H. Burton.
Barlow, Joel (Ames, poet; 1755-1812), .
3. Barlow. 1738-1804),

Boucher. Burton, Capt, Rich. F. (traveller). R. F. Burton.
Barlow, Thos., Bp. (1607-1691).

Bp. Barlow, Bourne, Henry (antiq.; wrote 1725), . Bourne, Burton, Robert (Anat. of Mel.; 1576-1640), Burton.
Barnfield, Rich. (poet; 1574- ? b.
Barnfield. Bouvier, John (Amer, legal writer; 1787-

Bushnell, Horace, D.D. (Amer. divine), H. Bushnell.
Barret, John (dict., 1573),

Barret.
1851),

Bouvier. Butler, Joseph (Bp. of Durh.; 1692-1752), Butler.
Barrett, Eaton Stannard (satirical poetry,

Bowring, Sir John (1792-1872), . Sir 7. Bowuri Butler, Sam. (1612-1680), . S. Butler or Hadibras.' &c.; d. 1820). E.S. Barrett, Boyce, Rev. John Cox,

Boyce. Butler, Wm. Archer (1814-1848), . Archer Butler. Barrington, Hon. Daines (misc. writer;

Boyd, Rev. Dr. A. K. H. (essayist), A. X'. H. Boyd. Byrom, John (poems, &c.; 1691-1763). Byrom. 1730-1785), Barrington. Boyd, Zachary (divine; 1990-1654), · Zachary Boyd. Byron, Lord (1788-1824), .

Byron.

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Dict. as
Caird, Dr. Jn. (Principal, Glasgow Univ.), Dr. Caird.
Calamy, Edmund (divine; 1600–1666), Calamy.
Calderwood, Henry, LL.D. (Prof. Mor.
Phil., Edin.).

Calderwood.
Calthrop, Sir Harry (Customs of Lon-
don, 3612),

Calthrop. Cambridge, Sketches from, by a Don (1865),

. Cambridge Sketches. Camden, Wm. (antiq.; 1551-1623), . Camden. Campbell, Geo., D.D. (1719-1796), . Dr. Campbell. Campbell, J. F. (Tales of West High. lands, 1860),

.7.F. Campbell.
Campbell, John, LL.D. (misc. writer;
1708-1775),

Dr. 7. Campbell.
Campbell, John, Lord-chan. (1779-1861), Lord Campbell.
Campbell, Thomas (poet; 1777-1844), Campbell.
Cane, John Vincent (theol.; wrote 1661), 7. V. Cane.
Canning, George (statesman; 1770-1827), Canning,
Capgrave, John (chronicler; d. 1464), . Capgrave.
Carew, George, Earl of Totness (hist.;
1557-1629),

G. Cartw.
Carew, Rich. (Survey of Cornwall, 1602), Rich. Carew.
Carew, Thos. (poet; 1589-1639),

Cartw.
Carey, Henry (musician and poet; d. 1743), Carey.
Carlyle, Thomas (1795-1881).

Carlyle.
Carinichael, Mrs. A. C. (wrote 1833), Carmichael.
Carpenter, Dr. Wm. Benj. (physiol.), Dr. Carpenter.
Carr, Wm. (Travellers' Guide; 1600-1688), W. Carr.
Carruthers, Robt., LL.D. (1799-1878), Root.Carruthers.
Carter, Elizabeth (translator,
1717-1806),

Miss Carter.
Carver, Jonathan (Amer. traveller ; 1732–
1780),

Carver.
Cary, Rev. Henry Francis (poet; 1772-
1844),

Cary.
Catlin, Geo. (Amer. trav.; 1796-1872), Catlin.
Cavendish, George (Lift of Wolsey,
1667),

G. Cavendist.
Cavendish, Sir William (1505-1557), Sir W. Cavendish.
Caxton, William (1412-1492).

Caxton,
Cecil, Rev. Richard (1748-1810), . . Rev. R. Cecil.
Centlivre, Susanna (dramatist; 1667-
1722),

Centlivre or Mrs. Centlivre.
Chalmers, Thos., D.D. (1780-1847), . Dr. Chalmers.
Chaloner, Sir Thos. (statesman, trans-
lator; 1515-1565). .

Chaloner.
Chamberlayne, Wm. (poet; 1619-1689), Chamberlayne.
Chambers, Ephraim (cylopedist; d. 1740), Chambers.
Chambers, Wm., LL.D. (publisher), W. Chambers.
Channing. Wm. Ellery (Amer. divine;
1780-1842),

Channing
Chápman, Geo. (dramatist; 1557–1634), Chapman,
Chatham, William Pitt, Earl of (1708-
1778).

Chatham or Lord Chatham. Chatterton, Thos. (1752-1770), .

Chatterton, Chaucer, Geoffrey (1328-1400). .

Chaucer.
Cheke, Sir John (Greek scholar; 1514-
1557),

Sir 3. Cheke.
Chesterfield, Earl of (1694-1773). · Chesterfield,
Chettle, Henry (dramatist; works 1593-
1631),

Henry Chettle.
Cheyne, Geo., M.D. (1671-1743). Dr. G. Cheyne.
Child, Sir Josiah (polit. econ.; works
1670-1698),

Sir 7. Child.
Chillingworth, Wm.(theol.; 1602-1644), Chillingworth.
Chilmead, Edwd. (math.; 1610-1653), Chilmead.
Choate, Rufus (Amner, jurist ; 1799-1859), R. Choate.
Christison, Sir Robert, M.D., . Sir R. Christison.
Churchill, Charles (poet; 1731-1764). Churchill
Churchyard, Thos. (poet; 1520-1604). Churchyard.
Cibber, Colley (dramatist; 1671-1757), · Cibber.
Clare, John (poet; 1793-1864).

Clare. Clarendon, Edwd. Hyde, Earl of (hist.; 1608-1673),

Clarendon. Clarendon, Lord Henry (Diary, 7690).

Lord Henry Clarendon. Clark, Dan. Kinnear (engineer).. .D. K. Clark. Clarke, Mary Cowden, ,Mrs. Cowden Clarke. Clarke, Dr. Samuel (1675-1729),

Clarke. Clay, Henry (Amer, statesman ; 17771852),

Henry Clay.
Clayton, John (law-writer; works 1646–
1651),

Clayton,
Cleaveland, John (poet; 1613-1659). . Cleaveland
Cleaveland, Parker (Amer. geol.; 1780-
1858),

Prof. Cleaveland,
Clemens, Sam. Langhorne (Amer, hus
morist).

Mark Twain or S.L. Clemens. Clifford, W. K. (Prof. of Mathem.; 18451879),

W, K. Clifford. Cliffton, Wm. (Amer. poet; 1772-1799). Cliffon. Clough, Arthur Hugh (poet; 1819-1862), Clough, Cobden, Richard (1804-1865).

R. Cobden.
Cockburn, Henry Thos., Lord (Scotch
judge; 1779-1854).

Cockburn.
Cockeram, Henry (Eng. Dict., 1632), Cockeram.
Cogan, Thos. (physician; works 1586–1607), Cogan,
Cogan. Thos. (physician and divine ;
d. 1818),

Dr. T. Cogan.
Coke, Sir Edward (Jurist; 1549-1634), Sir E. Coke.
Coleridge, Hartley (poet; 1796–1849). . H. Coleridge,
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor (1772-1834). Coleridge,
Coles, Elisha (Lat.-Eng. Dic., 1677), Coles.
Collier, Jane (Art of Tormenting,
1753).

Fane Collier.
Collier, Jeremy (divine; 1650-1726), Jeremy Collier,
Collins, Win. (poet; 1720-1756).

Collins,

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Cited in
Names in full and dates.

Dict, as
Names in full and dates.

Dict. as
Colman, George, the elder (1733-1794), . Colman. Dekker, Thos. (dramatist; works 1604–
Colman, Geo., the younger (1762-1836),

1659).

Dekker, Colman the younger. De La Beche, Sir Henry Thos. (geol.; Colquhoun, Patrick, LL.D. (statisti

1796-1855),

Sir H. De La Beche. cian; 1745-1820),

Colquhoun, Delany, Mary (1700-1788), Life of Mrs. Delany.
Colton, Rev. Caleb C. (Lacon, 1822), Colton. Delany, Rev. Patrick (1686-1768), Delany.
Combe, Dr. Andrew (1797-1847). . A. Combe. De Lolme, John Louis (lawyer; 1745-
Combe, George (1788-1858), .
G. Combe. 1807),

De Lolme
Combe (or Coombe), Wm. (Dr. Syntax's

De Morgan, Augustus (math.; 1806–1871), De Morgan,
Tours; 1741-1823).

Wm. Combe. Denham, Sir Jn. (poet; 1615-1668).
Common Prayer, Book of,
Common Prayer.

Denham or Sir 7. Denham.
Conipton, Henry, Bp. of London (1632-

Dennis, John (dramatist, &c.; 1657-1734), Dennis, 1713).

Bp. Compton. De Quincey, Thomas (1785-1859), De Quincey.
Congreve, Wm. (dramatist; 2670-1729). Congreve. Derby, Ed. Geoffrey, Earl of (trans. of
Constable, Henry (poet; wrote 1584), Henry Constable. Homer; 1799-1869),

Derby.
Contemporary Review,

Contemp. Rev. Derham, Wm. (philosopher and divine;
Conybeare, Rev. Wm. Daniel (1987-

1657-1735). .

Derham. 1857),

Conybeare. Dering, Sir Edwd. (relig. writer; works
Cook, Eliza (poetess), .
Elisa Cook. 1601-1642),

Sir E. Dering.
Cook, Capt. Jas. (navigator; 1728-1779)Cook, Dibdin, Charles (song.writer ; 1745-1814), Ch. Dibdin.
Cooke, Geg. Wingrove (barrister; 1814-

Dibdin, Dr. Thos. Frognall (bibliog.;
1865),
Wingrove Cooke. 1776-1847),

Dibdin.
Cooper, Jas. Fenimore (novelist; 1789-

Dickens, Charles (1812-1870),

Dickens. 1851),

7. F. Cooper. Digby, Geo., Earl of Bristol (Speeches,
Copland, James, M.D. (Med. Dici.),
Copland. &c.; 1612–1676).

Digby.
Copley, John (relig. writer; wrote 1611), Copley. Digby, Sir Kenelm (philos.; 1603-1665), Sir K. Digby.
Corbet, Rich. (Bp. of Norwich; 1582-

Disraeli, Benj., Earl of Beaconsfield
1635),

Bp. Corbet.
(1804-1881),

Disraeli.
Cornish, Joseph (theolog. works 1980–

D'Israeli, Isaac (1766-1848), .

I. D'Israeli. 1790),

Cornish, Ditton, Humphrey (math.; 1675-1715), . Dittor,
Coryat, Thos. (traveller; 1577-1617). Coryat. Dixon, Wm. Hepworth (1821–1879), Hepworth Dixon.
Cosin, J. (Bp. of Durhane; I594-1972), BP. Cosi. Dodsley, Robt. (bookseller and author;
Cotgrave, Randle (French-Eng. Dict.,

1703-1764),

Dodsley. 1611),

Cotgrave. Donne, Dr. John (poet; 1573-1631), . Donne. Cotton, Charles (poet; 1630–1687), Cotton.

Doubleday, Thos. (Sonnets,&c.; 1818-1870), Doubleday. Cotton, Nath. (poet and physician;

Douce, Francis (antiq.; 1757-1834).

Douce. 1707-1788),

Nat. Cotton. Douglas, Gavin (Scottish poet; 1474-
Cotton, Sir Robt. Bruce (antiq.; 1570-

1522),

Gavin Douglas. 1631),

Sir R. Cotton. Dowden, Edwd., LL.D. (Prof. Eng. Lit.,
Coventry, Henry (relig. writer; d. 1952), Coventry. Dublin),

. Ed. Doruden. Cowell, John (jurist; 1554-1611),

Cowell. Downing, Calybute (divine; 1606-1644) Downing. Cowley, Abraham (poet; 1618-1667).

Cowley.

Drake, Sir Francis (navig.; 1546-1596), Sir F. Drake. Cowper, William (poet ; 1731-1800). Cowper. Drake, Nathan, M.D. (1766–1836), N. Drake. Cox, Sir G. W. (historian, &c.).

Sir G. Cox, Drant, Thos., D.D. (Trans. of Horace, 1567), Drant. Coxe, Wm. (Archd. of Wilts; 1747–1828). Coxe.

Draper, Sir W. (polit. writer; 1721-1787). Draper. Crabb, Geo. (lexicog.; 1778-1854), Crabb. Drayton, Michael (poet; 1563-1631), Drayton, Crabbe, Rev. Geo. (poet; 1754–1832), Crabbe. Drummond, Alex. (Travels, 1754),

A. Drummond.
Craig, John, F.G.S. (Eng. Dict., 1852). Craig.

Drummond, Wm., of Hawthornden (1585-
Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock (novelist), Mrs. Craik. 1649),

Drummond,
Craik, George Lillie (1799-1866),
Craik. Dryden, John (1631-1700),

Drydex.
Cranch, Chris. Pearse (Amer. poet), C. P. Cranch. Dublin Review,

Dublin Rru. Cranch, Wm. (Amer. jurist; 1768-1854). Cranch. Duff, Mountstuart E. Grant (politics),

Grant Du:
Cranmer, Thos., Abp. (1489-1556). Cranmer. Dufferin, Fred. T. Blackwood, Earl of, Lord Dufferin.
Crashaw, Rich. (poet; 1605-1650). Crashaw. Dugdale, Sir Win. (antig.; 1605-1686), Dugdale.
Crawfurd, John (traveller ; 1983–1868). 7. Crawfurd. Duncan, Peter Martin (naturalist), P. M. Duncan.
Creasy, Sir Edw. (hist.; 1812-1878), . Sir E. Creasy.

Dunglison, Robley, M.D. (Dict. of Med.
Creech, Thos. (translator; 1659-1701). . Creech.

Science; 1798-1869),

Dunglison. Croft, Dr. Herbert (Bp. of Hereford;

Dunton, John (misc, writer; 1659-1733), Dunton. 1603-1691).

Bp. Croft. D'Urfey, Thomas or 'Tom' (dramatist
Croly, Rev. Geo., LL.D. (1780-1860). Croly.

and song-writer; d. 1723), .

Tom D'Urfoy.
Crompton, Hugh (poet; wrote 1657, 1658). Crompton. Dury, John (Scotch divine; works 1641-1654), Dury.
Crowe, Mrs. Cath. (novelist ; 1800-1876), Mrs. Crowe. Dwight, Timothy, D.D. (1752-1817), Dwight.
Crowe, Rev. Wm. (works 1781-1804)
.. W. Crowe. Dyer, John (poet; 1700-1758),

John Dyer.
Crowley, Robert (divine, printer, and

Dyer, Thos. Henry (historian),

T. H. Dyer, poet; works 1549-1588). .

Crowley.
Cruikshank, Wm. (surgeon; 1745-1800), Cruikshank, Earle, John (Bp. of Worcester; 1601-1665), Bp. Earle.
Cudworth, Ralph (philos.; 1617-1688), · Cudworth. Earle, John (Prof. Ang. Sax., Oxon.), • 7. Earle.
Culverwell, Nath. (Light of Nature, 1652). Culverwell. Echard, Laurence (hist.; 1671-1730),
Cumberland, Rich. (dramatist; 1732-

Eclectic Review,

Eclec. Rev. 1811).

Cumberland. Eden, Rich. (Voyages, &c.; works 1553-1584). Eden. Cumberland, Richard (Bp. of Peter

Eden, Robt., D.D. (Sermons, 1743-1756), Dr.R.Eder, borough ; 1632-1718), .

Bp. Cumberland. Edgeworth, Maria (novelist; 1767-
Cunningham, John (Irish poet; 1729-

1849),

Miss Edgeworth, 1773).

3. Cunningham. Edgworth, Roger, D.D. (1492-1560), Roger Edgworth. Curtis, John (entomologist).. Curtis, Edinburgh Review, .

Ed. or Edin. Rou.

Edwards, Bryan, m.p. (wesi Indies;
Dalgarno, Geo. (Didascolocophus, or The

1743-1800).

Bryan Edwards. Deaf and Dumb Man's Tutor, 1680), Dalgarno.

Edwards, Hen. Sutherland (journal.), H. S. Edwards.
Dalton, Michael (lawyer; 1554-1620), M. Dalton.

Edwards, Jonath. (Amer. divine; 1703-1758), Edwards.
Dampier, Wm. (navigator ; 1652-1712),. Dampier. Edwards, Richard (dramatist; 1523-
Dana, James Dwight (Amer. nat.). Dana.

1566).

Richard Edwards.
Dana, Richard Henry. jr. (Two Years

Edwards, Thos. (Canons of Criticism;
Before the Mast; 1815-1882), , .. R. H. Dana. 1699-1757).

T. Edwards.
Daniel, Samuel (poet and hist.; 1562-1619, Daniel. Eikon Basilike, 1648,

Eikon Basilike.
Darcie, Abraham (Hist. of Elis., 1625). Darcie. Eliot, George (Marian Evans, novelist;
Darwin, Chas. Robert, M.A., F.R.S.

1820-1880).
(1809-1882).
Darwin. Eliot, John (lexicog.; wrote 1593).

Elior.
Darwin, Erasmus (poet; 1731-1802), Dr. E. Darwin. Ellis, John, D.D. (Knowledge of Divine
Darwin, Francis (naturalist). . Francis Darwin. Things, 1743)..

Ellis,
Davenant, Chas. (political writer; 1656-

Elton, Sir Arthur Hallam (Below the
1714).
C. Davenant. Surface, 1857).

Sird. H. Elton.
Davenant, John, D.D. (1576-1641), Davenant. Elyot, Sir Thos. (The Governor, 1531), Sir T. Elyol.
Davenant, Sir Wm. (dramatist; 1605–

Emerson, Ralph Waldo (1803-1882). .

Emerson, 1668). Sir W. Davenant, Encyclopædia Britannica,

Ency. Brit. Davids, Thomas William Rhys (oriental

Encyclopædia, Chambers's, Chambers's Ency. scholar). Rhys Davids. Encyclopædia, English,

Eng. Ency.
Davidson, David (Thoughts on the

Encyclopædia Metropolitana,
Seasons, 1789), ...
D. Davidson. Encyclopedia, Blackie's Popular,

Pop. Ency.
Davies, Jn. (or Hereford; poet; wrote

Erskine, John (Scotch jurist; 1695-1768), Erskine's Inst. 1602). Davies. Eusden, Lawrence (poet; d. 1930),

Eusden.
Davies, Sir John (lawyer and poet;

Eustace, Rev. John Chet wode (Tour
1570-1626),
Sir 7. Davies, through Italy, 1813).

Eustact.
Davison, D., M.D. (trans. of Schlosser's

Evans, John, LL.D. (Ancient Stone Im.
Hist., 1843-1852), .
D. Davison. plements, 1872)...

Evans.
Dawbeny, H. (Hist, and Policy of

Evelyn, John (Sylva; 1670-1706).. Evelyn. Cromwell, 1659).

Dawoeny. Everett, Edward (Amer, orator; 1794-1865). Everett. Dawkins, Wm. Boyd (ethnol.). W. Boyd Dawéins, Everett. J. D. (Prof. Nat. Philos.,

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Faber, Dr. Fred. Wm. (poet; 1815-1863), Faber, Gibbs, Josiah Willard (American philol.;

Halliwell, James Orchard (antiq.). Halliwell.
Faber, Geo. Stanley (theol.; 1773-1854), G. S. Faber. 7790-1861).

Prof. Gibbs. Hallywell, Henry (divine; wrote ab. 1680), Hallyweil.
Fabyan, Robert (chronicler; 1450-1912). Fabyan. Gifford, Rev. Rich. (divine; 1725-1807). R. Gifford, Halyburton, Thos. (divine; 1674-1712). Halyburton,
Fairfax, Edwd. (poet; d. 1632), Fairfax. Gifford, Wm, (critic, &c.; 1757-1836), Gifford Hamilton, Alex. (Amer. statesman and
Fairholt, F. W. (antig. and art writer;
Giles, Henry (American lecturer). H. Giles. soldier; 1757-1804).

A. Hamilton. 1814-1866).

Fairholt.
Gilly, William Stephen, D.D. (Canon of

Hamilton, Elizabeth (Cot.of. Glenburnie;
Falconer, Wm, (poet; 1730-1769). Falconer. Durham),

Dr. Gilly. 1758-1816).

Elit. Hamilton.
Fanshawe, Sir Rich. (statesman and
Gilpin, Wm. (divine, writer on scenery,

Hamilton, Walter (geog.; works 1815-20), Hamilton.
poet; 2608-1666).
Fanshawe. &c., 1724-1804),

W. Gilpin. Hamilton, Sir Wm. (metaph.; 1988–
Faraday, Michael (1791-1867).
Faraday. Gladstone, William Ewart,

Gladstone. 1856).

.Sir W. Hamilton,
Earquhar, Geo. (dramatist; 1678-1707). Geo. Farquhar. Glanville, Joseph (philosophical treatises,

Hammond, Henry, D.D. (divine; 1605-1660), Hammond.
Farrar, Rev. Fred. Wm., D.D.,
Farrar. &c.; 1636–1680), .

Glanville, Hanmer, Jonathan (divine; d. 1687). Hanmer.
Favour, Dr. John (eccles. writer; d. 1623). Dr. Favour. Glen, William (Scotch poet; 1789-1826). Wm. Glen. Hannay, James (novelist, &c.; 1827-1873). Hannay.
Fawkes, Francis (poet; 1721-1777). . Fawkes, Glennie, John S. Stuart, M.A., . Stuart Glennie. Hardinge, George (miscel. writer; 1744-
Featley. Daniel (divine; 1582-1644),. . Dr. Featley. Glossary of Architecture, 1850, . Oxford Glossary. 1816).

G. Hardinge.
Fell, Jn., D.D. (Bp. of Oxford ; 1625-1686), By. Fell. Glover, Richard poet; 1712-1785), Glover. Hardyng. John (chronicler; 1378-1465). Hardyng.
Fellowes, Robert, LL.D. (religious and
Godwin, Wm. (novelist; 1756-1836). Godwin. Hare, Aug. John Cuthbert,

A. 3. C. Hare, misc. writer; 1770-1847),

Fellowes. Golding, Arthur (poet; works 1563-1580), Golding. Harford, John S. (biog.; 1785-1866),. F. S. Harford.
Feltham, Owen (Resolves, 1628).
Feltham. Goldsmith, Oliver (1728-1774).

Goldsmith. Hargrave, Francis (law; 1741-1821). Hargrave,
Felton, Henry, D.D. (1679-1740). Felton. Good, John Mason, M.D. (science, poetry,

Harington, Sir John (poet, &c.; 1561-
Fenton, Elijah (poet : 1683-1730), .
Fenton, &c.; 1764-1827). .

Dr. Good. 1612).

Sir 7. Harington, Fergusson, James (architect), · 3. Fergusson. Goodman, Godfrey (Bp. of Gloucester;

Harmar, John (Prof. Greek; d. 1670). Harmar.
Fergusson, Robert (poet; 1750-1774). Fergusson, 1583-1655).

By Goodman, Harper, Robt. Goodloe (Amer, lawyer;
Ferrar, Nich. (relig. writer; 1592–1637), Nich.Ferrar. Goodinan, John, D.D. (works, 1679

1765-1825).

R. G. Harper. Ferrars, Geo. (hist. and poet; 1512-1579). G. Ferrars. 1697).

Dr. 7. Goodman. Harrington, Jas. (Oceana, 1656). Fas. Harrington. Ferrier, Jas. Fred. (metaph.; 1808-1864), Ferrier, Goodrich, Chauncey Allen (Ed. of Web.

Harris, James (philol.; 1709-1780). Harris,
Ferrier, Susan E, (novelist : 1782-1854), Miss Ferrier. ster's Dict., which in the Imp. Dict, is

Harrison, John (printer; works 1570-
Fiddes, Richard, D.D. (divine; 2671-
referred to under his name; 1790–1860). Goodrich. 1600),

7. Harrison. 1725).

Fiddes. Goodwin, John (divine; 2593-1665). Goodwin, Harte, Francis Bret (Amer, humorist), Bret Harte, Fielding, Henry (novelist; 1707-1754). Fielding Googe, Barnaby (poet; works 1560-1579), Googe. Harte, Walter (poet, &c.; 1700-1774), . W. Harte. Filmer, Edward (dramatist; wrote 1697). E. Filmer. Gordon, James (Bishop of Aberdeen;

Hartley, David, M.D. (philos.; 1705-1757), Hartley. Finlay, Geo., LL.D. (hist.; d. 1875), Finlay. works 1679-1703),

Bp. Gordon.

Hartlib, Samuel (iniscel, writer; works
Fish, Simon (reformer; works 1526-1530), Simon Fish. Gore, Cath. Grace (novelist; 1799–1861). Mrs. Gore. 1645-1659), .

Hartlib.
Fiske, John (Amer, philol.),
Fohn Fiske. Gorges, Sir Arthur (Reg. for Pub. Com-

Harvey, Gabriel (poet; 1545-1630), G. Harvey.
Fitz-Geoffry, Chas. (poet; 1575-1636), Fits-Geoffry. merce, 1617),

Sir A. Gorges. Harvey, Wm., M.D. (anatomist; 1578-
Fitzroy, Admiral Robt. (1805-1865), . Filzroy. Gosse, Edmund W. (poet),

. E. W. Gosse. 1657).

Harvey. Fleetwood, Wm., D.D. (Bishop of Ely;

Gotch, Rev. Fred. Wm., LL.D., F.W. Gotch. Hawes, Stephen (poet; wrote 1517), Hawes. 1656-1723),

Bp. Fleetwood. Gough, Richard (antiq.; 1735-1809), Gough. Hawkesworth, John, LL.D. (essayist,
Gower, John (poet; 1320-1402),

Gower.
Fleming, Dr. John (naturalist; 1785-

&c.; 1715-1773),

Hawkesworth. 1857).

Dr. John Fleming. Grafton, Richard (chronicler; wrote 1562), Grafton, Hawkins, Sir John (Hist, Of Music;
Fleming, Wm., D.D. (Vocab. Philos., 1858), Fleming. Graham, Thomas (chemist; 1805-1869). . Graham, 1719-1789).

Sir 7. Hawkins.
Fletcher, Giles (poet; 1588-1623), G. Fletcher. Grahame, James (poet; 1765-1811), Grahame, Hawkins, Sir Rich. (navig.; d. 1622), Sir R. Hawkins.
Fletcher, John (dramatist; 1576-1625).. 7. Fletcher. Grainger, Jas., M.D. (poet; 1723-1767). Grainger. Hawthorn, Nathaniel (1804-1864), Hawthorn.
Fletcher, Phineas (poet; 1584-7650). .. Ph. Fletcher, Granger, Thomas (religious writer;

Hay, Wm. (M.P. for Seaford ; 1700-1755). W. Hay. Florio, John (gram. and lexicog.; 1545-1625). Florio. works 1616–2621).

Granger. Haydon, Benj. Rob. (artist; 1786-1846), B. R. Haydon. Floyer, Sir John, M.D. (1649-1734), Floyer. Grant, James (novelist),

Fes. Grant,

Hayward, Abraham, Q.C. (law). A. Hayward,
Fonblanque, Albany Win, (journalist ;
Granville, George, Viscount Lansdowne

Hayward, Jas. (1635),

Fas. Hayward. 1797-1872). A. Fonblanque. - (poet, &c.; 1667-1735).

Granville, Hayward, Sir John (hist.; d. 1627), Sir y Hayward. Fonblanque, John de Grenier (lawyer;

Grattan, Thomas C. (novelist; 1796–1864), T.C.Grattan. Hazlitt, Wm. (critic, &c.; 1778–1830), Hazlist. 1959-1837), 7. Fonblanque. Graunt, John (Bills of Mortality, 1662), Graunt. Heath, James (hist.; 1629-7664),

3. Heath. Foote, Sam. (dramatist ; 1722-1777). . Foote. Graves, Rev. Richard (Spiritual Quixote,

Heber, Reginald, D.D., Bp. (1783-1826), Bg. Heber.
Forbes, Edw. (naturalist; 1815-1854), Prof. Ed.Forbes. &c.; 1715-1804).

Graves, Helps, Sir Arthur (hist, and essayist;
Forbes, James D. (physicist; 1809-

Gray, Asa (Amer, botanist),
Asa Gray. 1817-1875),

Helps.
1868).
Prof. 7. D. Forbes. Gray, Thomas (poet; 1716-1771), Gray.

Hemans, Felicia D. (poetess; 1794-1835). Hemans. Forby, Rev. Robt. (Vocabulary of E.

Green, John Richard (historian). F. R. Green. Henfrey, Arthur (botanist; 1819-1859),. Henfrey.
Anglia, 1830),

Forby. Green, Matthew (poet; 1667-1737). Mat. Green. Henley, Rev. John (orator; 1692-1756), Rev. F. Henley.
Ford, John (dramatist; 1586–1639). . Ford. Green, T. H. (writer on philos.), . T. H. Green, Henry, Patrick (Amer. lawyer; 1736-
Fordyce, Sir Wm. (surgeon; 1724-1792), SirW.Fordyce. Greene, Robert (dramatist; 1560-1592). Greene.

1799).

P. Henry.
Foreign Quarterly Review,

For. Quart. Rev. Greenhill. Thos. (Art of Embalming,1705), Greenhill. Henslow, Rev. John Stevens (botanist;
Fortnightly Review,
Fortnightly Rev. Greg. William Rathbone (essayist;

1796-1861),

Henslow. Fosbrooke, Rev. Thos. Dudley (antiq.;

1809-1881),

W. R. Greg Herbert, Lord Edwd., of Cherbury
1770-1842),
Fosbrooke. Gregory, George, D.D. (misc. writer;

(1581-1648),

Ld, Herbert Foster, John (essayist; 1770-1843), Foster.

1754-1808).

Dr. G. Gregory Herbert, George (poet; 1593–1632). G. Herbert.
Fotherby, Martin, D.D. (1559–2619). Fotherby. Gregory, John (divine ; 1607-1646). John Grerory. Herbert, Sir Thos. (traveller; 1606–
Fountainhall, Sir J. Lauder, Lord (Scotch
Gretton, Phillips, D.D. (Sermons, &c.,

1682).

. Sir T. Herbert. judge; Decisions, 1678-1712). Fountainhall. 1925-1732),

Gretton. Herd, David (Coll.of Scotch Songs, 1769). Herd.
Fourcroy, Antoine François de (French
Grew, Nehemiah, M.D. (naturalist; 1628

Herrick, Robert (poet; 1591-1662), Herrick.
chemist : 1755-1809)...
Trans. Fourcroy. 1711),

N. Grow or Grow. Herschel, Sir John F. W. (1790-1871), Sir F. Herschel. Fownes, George (chemist; 1815-1849).

Grew, Obadiah, D.D. (divine; 1607-1698), O. Grew. Hewyt, John, D.D. (sermons, 1658), . Howyt. Fownes or Geo. Fownes. Grey, Zachary, LL.D. (critic, &c.; 1687

Heylin, Peter, D.D. (1600-1662),

Heylin.
Fox, Charles James (1749–1806).

Fox.
1766),

Zachary Grey. Heywood, Thos. (dramatist; d. ab. 1641), Heywood,
Foxe, John (martyrologist; 1519-1587). Foxe. Grindal, Archbishop (1519-1583), dop. Grindal.

Hickes, Geo., D.D. (1642-1715).

Hickes.
Francis, Dr. Philip (trans.of Horace, &c.;

Grose, Francis (antiq.; 1731-1798), Grose, Hicks, Francis (trans. of Lucian; 1566–
P. Francis. Grote, George (hist.; 1794-1871),

Grote,
1630),

Fr. Hicks.
Franklin, Benj. (1706-1790). .
Franklin. Grove, George (Biblical scholar and

Hill, Aaron (poet, &c.; 1685-1750), Aaron Hill.
Fraser, A. Campbell, LL.D. (professor

writer on music, &c.),

Grove, Hillhouse, Jas. A. (Amer. poet; 1789-
of logic, Edinburgh),
Prof. Fraser Guardian, The, 1773.

Guardian, 1841).

Hillhouse. Freeman, Edward Augustus (hist.). E. A. Freemax. Guest, Ed., LL.D. (English Rhymes,

Hobbes, Thos. (philosoph.; 1588-1679). Hobbes.
Froude, James Anthony (hist.),

Froude.
$838; 1800-1880),

Guest. Hoblyn, Rich. D. (chemist, &c.; wrote
Fryth, John (reformer; martyred 1533), Fryth. Gurnall, William (divine; 1619-1679). Gurnall, 1841-1851),

Hoblyn.
Fulke, William, D.D. (d. 1589).

Fulke. Guthrie, Rev. Thos., D.D. (1803-1873) . Dr. Guthric. Hoffman, Chas. Fenno (Amer. poet, &c.), Hoffinan.
Fuller, Andw. (Baptist divine; 1754-1815), A. Fullor. Guthrie, Wm. (geog.; 1708-1770), . W. Guthrie. Hogg. James (Ettrick Shepherd; 1772-
Fuller, Thomas (divine; 1608-1661), Fuller. Gwilt, Joseph (architect; 1784-1863). Gwilt,

1835).

Holder, Wm., D.D. (Elements of Speech,
Galloway, Robert (Scotch Poems, 1788), R. Galloway. Habington, Wm. (poet ; 1605-1645). . Habington. 1669).

Holder.
Galt, John (Scotch novelist; 1779-1839), Galt.
Hacket, Jolin, D.D. (Bp.; Life of Abp.

Hole, Rev. Sam. Reynolds,

S. R. Hole.
Galton, Francis (travels, &c.), .
Francis Galton. Williams; 1592–1670).

Bp. Hacket. Holinshed, Raphael (chronicler; wrote
Garner, Robert (naturalist),
R. Garner Hackluyt, Rich. (Voyages; 1553-1616), Hackluyt. 1577)

Holinshed.
Garnett, Rev. Rich. (philol.; 1790-1851). Garnett. Hakewill, Geo., D.D. (theol; 1579-1649). Hakowill. Holland, Sir Henry, M.D. (1788-1873). Sir H. Holland,
Garcett, John (Class. Dict. of India, 1871-73), Garrett, Hale. Sir Matthew (jurist; 1609-1676), . Sir M. Hale. Holland, Philemon, M.D. (translator;
Garrick, David (actor, &c.; 1716-1779). Garrick. Hales, John, of Eton (divine and critic;

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Holland. Garth, Sir Sam., M.D. (poet; 1672-1919), Garth.

1584-1656),

Hales. Hollyband, Claud (lexicog.; works 1573-
Gascoigne, George (poet; 1536–1577), Gascoigne. Haliburton, Thos. Chandler (Sam Slick;

1579).

Hollyband. Caskell, Elizabeth Cleghorn (novelist;

1802-1865), .

Haliburton. Holme, Randle (Armoury, 1688). Randle Holme.
1810-1865),
Mrs. Gaskell, Halifax, Chas. Montague, Earl of (1661-

Holmes, Abiel, D.D. (Amer, hist.; 1763-
Gauden, john, D.D. (Bp. of Worcester;

1715),
La, Halifax. 1837).

A. Holmes. 1605-1662),

Bp.Gauden. Hall, Arthur (trans. of Iliad, 1581), A. Hall, Holines, Oliver Wendell (Amer, poet,
Gay. John (poet; 1688-1732).

Gay.
Hall, Edwd. (chronicler; 1499-1547). Hall.

&c.)..

0.W. Holmes. Cayton, Edmund (humorous writer;

Hall, Fitzedward (Mod. Eng., &c.), Fitzedward Hall. Holyday, Barten, D.D. (1593-1667), Holyday.
1609-1666).
Gayton. Hall, John (poet; 1627-1656).

John Hall,
Homilies of the Ch. of Eng.,

Homily.
Geddes, Alex., LL.D. (Bibl. crit.; 1737-
Hall, Joseph, D.D. (Bp.of Norwich; 1574-

Hood, Thomas (poet, &c.; 1798-1845). . Hood.
Dr. A. Geddes. 1656),

Bp. Hall, Hook, Theodore Edwd. (novelist, &c.;
Geddes, Wm. D. (professor of Greek,
Hall, Marshall, M.D. (1990-1857). . Dr. M. Hall. 1788-1841)..

T. Hook.
Aberdeen University),
Prof. Geddes. Hall, Robt. (divine; 1764-1831),

R. Hall. Hook, Walter Farquhar, D.D. (Dean of
Geikic, James (geologist),
Geikie, Hall, Mrs. Sam. Carter (novelist. &c.), Mrs.S.C. Hall. Worc.; 1798-1875),

Hook.
Ceatleman's Magazine,

Gent, Mag Hallam, Henry (hist.; 1778-1859). Hallam. Hooker, Richard (divine; 2553-1600), . Hooker.
Gerarde, John (surgeon; 1545-1607).
Gerarde. Halleck, Fitz-Greene (Amer, poet; 1790-

Hoole, Ino. (trans. of Tasso, &c.; 1729-1803), Hoole.
Gibbon, Edward (historian; 1737-1794), Gibbon. 1867),

Hallak. Hooper, Geo, D.D., Bp. (1640-1727) · Bp. Hooper

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Hooper, Robt., M.D. (Med. Dict., 1798), Hooper,
Hopkins, Ezekiel, Bp. (1633-1690), Bp. Hopkins,
Horne, Geo., D.D., Bp. (1730-1792),. Bp. Horne.
Horsley, Sam., LL.D., Bp. (1733-1806), Horsley.
Houghton, R. M. Milnes, Lord (poet), Ld. Houghton.
Howell, James (traveller, &c.; 1594-1666), Howell.
Howitt, Mary, :

Mary Howitt or Howitt.
Howitt, William (1795-1879), W. Howitt or Howitt.
Hudson, Thos. (poet; Historie of Judith,
1584),

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King, Henry, D.D., Bp. (1591-1669), Bp. King Ludlow, Edmund (Memoirs, 1698-1699), Ludlow.
King, Wm., D.D. (Abp. of Tuam; 1650–

Lydgate, John (poet; 1375-1461), . Lydgate. 1729),

Abp. King. Lye, Edwd. (Anglo-Sax, scholar; 1694-1767), Lye. King, Wm., LL.D. (humorous poetry,

Lyell, Sir Charles (geol.; 1797–1875). Sir C. Lyell. &c.; 1663-1712),

Dr. W. King Lyly, John (dramatist, &c.; 1553-1600). Lyly.
Kinglake, Alex. Wm. (hist.),

Kinglake. Lyndsay, Sir David (Scotch poet; 1490
Kingsley, Rev. Chas. (1819-1875), Kingsley. 1567),

Sir D. Lyndsay.
Kingsley, Henry (1830-1876),

H. Kingsley.

Lyttelton, Geo., Lord (1709-1773). .Ld. Lyttelton.
Kirby, Will. (entomol.; 1759-1850). Kirby,
Kirwan, Rich. (plıysicist; 1733-1812), Kirwan. Macaulay, Thos. Babington, Lord (1800-
Kitto, John, D.D. (1804-1854), .

T. Hudson. Hughes, John (poet; 1677-1720), 7. Hughes. Hughes, Thos. (novelist, &c.),

T. Hughes. Huloet, Rich. (Lat. Eng. Dict., 1522), Huloet. Hume, David (hist.; 1711-1776).

Hume. Humphrey, Heman, D.D. (Amer. div.; 1779-1861),

H. Humphrey. Humphreys, Henry Noel (numismatist and misc, writer), .

H. N. Humphreys. Hunt, Leigh (1784-1859). .

L. Hunt. Hunter, Henry, D.D. (1741-1802), . Dr. H. Hunter. Hurd, Rich., D.D., Bp. (1720-1808), . Bp. Hurd.

nson, Thos., D.D. (theol.; wrote 1738-1746),

Dr. Hutchinson, Hutchinson, Dr. Thos. Jos. (traveller), 7.7.Hutchinson. Hutton, Chas. (math., 1737-1823). Hutton. Huxley, Thomas Henry, .

Huxley.

.

Prof. Malden,

Ilive, Jacob (Book of Fasher, 1751), Fac. Nive.
Illustrated London News,

II. London News.
Inchbald, Elizabeth (dramatist, &c.;
1753-1821). .

Inchbald. Ingelow, Jean (poetess).

Fean Ingelow. Innes, Cosino (hist. and antiq.; 17981874),

Cosmo Innes. Irving, Washington (1783-1859), Irving or W. Irving:

Capt. Markham.

Jackson, Thos., D.D. (Dean of P'boro;
1579-1640).

Th. Jackson.
Jacob, Giles (law writer; 1686–1744), Jacob.
James, Geo. P. R. (1801-1860), . G. P. R. James.
Jamieson, Dr. John (Scotch Dict.; 1759–
1838),

Famieson.
Jarvis, Chas. (trans. of Don Quixote, 1742), Jarvis.
Jay, William (divine; 1769-1854), . Fay.
Jeaffreson, J. Cordy (novelist), Feaffreson.
Jefferson, Thos. (Pres. U. S.; 1743–1826), Jefferson.
Jeffrey, Francis, Lord (Edin. Rev.; 1773-
1850),

Jeffrey.
Jenkins, Edward (novelist). .

Jenkins.
Jenks, Benj. (divine; 1646-1724). B. Fenks.
Jenyns, Soame (misc, writer; 1703-1787). Fenyns.
Jerrold, Douglas Wm. (1803-1857). D. Ferrold.
Jesse, John Heneage (miscel. writer;
1815-1874),

3. H. Fesse.
Jewel, John, D.D. (Bp. of Salis.; 1522-1571), Bp. Fewel.
Jewsbury, Geraldine E. (novelist; 1812-
1880),

Miss Fewsbury.
John, "Gabriel (Theory of the intell.
World, 1700),

Gabriel John.
Johnson, Chas. (dramatist; 1679-1748), Chas. Johnson.
Johnson, Sam., D.D. (divine; 1696-1772), S. Johnson.
Johnson, Dr. Sam. (1709-1784),. :: Johnson.
Johnson, Thos., M.D. (botanist; d. 1644), T. Johnson.
Jones, William (divine; 1726-1800),

W. Jones.
Jones, Sir William (Orientalist; 1746-1794), Sir W.Fones.
Jonson, Ben (1574-1637), .

B. Jonson.
Jordan, Thos. (poet, &c.; d. ab. 1685), . Fordar.
Jortin, John, D.D. (Archd. of London;
1698-1770)..

Fortin.
Josselyn. John (Travels in Amer.; 1638–
1675).

Josselyn. Joye, Geo. (reformer and printer; d. 1550), Joye. Jukes, Joseph Beete (geol.; 1811-1869),. Fukes. Junius, Letters of (1769-1772),

Funius.

Kitto.
1859),

Macaulay.
Knatchbull, Sir Norton (Biblical critic;

M'Carthy, Justin (novelist, &c.), Fustin M Cartny. TOOL-1684)..

Knatchbull. M'Clintock, Admiral Sir Fran. Leopold, Al Clintock.
Knight, Edward (Tryal of Truth, 1580), Ed. Knight. M'Cosh, James, D.D., LL.D. (metaph.), Ar Cosh.
Knight, Edward H. (Amer. Mech. Dict.,

M'Culloch, J. M., D.D. (educational
1877),
E. H. Knight. works 1844-1853),

3. M. M Culloch.
Knight, Wm., LL.D. (Prof. Moral. Philos), Prof. Knight. M'Culloch, John Ramsay (polit. econ.;
Knolles, Rich. (hist.; d. 1621),

Knolles.
1789-1864),

1 Cullock.
Knox, John (reformer; 1505-1572), Rinox, Macdougall, Sir P. L. (milit. writer), . Macdougall.
Knox, Robert (Island of Ceylon, 1681), Rob. Knox. Mackenzie, Henry (Man of Feeling; 1745-
Knox, Vicesinius, D.D. (essayist; 1752-

1831),

Henry Mackenzie. 1821),

Dr. Knox. Mackintosh, Sir Jas. (philos. and hist.;
Kollock, Henry, D.D. (divine; 1778-1819), Kollock. 1765-1832),

Sir 7. Mackintosh.
Kyd, Thos. (dramatist; works 1594-1999), Kyd. Macklin, Charles (dramatist; 1690 ?-1797), Mackli.

Maclagan, Alex. (poet; 1811-1880), . A. Maclagat. Laing, Samuel (Residence in Norway,

Macready, W. Chas. (1793-1873), ·

Nacready. &c.; wrote 1836-1852), Laing. Madan, H. G. (chemist), .

Madan. Lamb, Charles (1775-1834),

Lamo.

Madison, James (Pres. U.S.; 1751-1836), Madison.
Lamb, Patrick,
Lamb's Cookery, 1710. Madox, Thos. (antiquary; d. 1726), .

Madax.
Lambarde, Wm. (Perambul. of Kent,

Malden, Henry (prof. of Greek; 1801-
1576),

Lambarde. 1876),
Landon, Letitia E. (poetess; 1802-1838), Landon. Mallet, David (poet; 1700-1765),

Mallet.
Landor, Walter Savage (1775-1864).. Landor. Mallet, Robt., C.E. (Earthquakes),. R. Mallet.
Lane, Ed. Wm. (Arabic sch.; 1801-1876), Lane. Malone, Edmund (antiq., &c.; 1741-2812), Malore.
Langhorne, Rev. Jn. (Plutarch's Lives;

Malory, Sir Thos.(King Arthur, 1485), Sir T. Malory. 1735-1779),

Langhorne, Mandeville, Bernard de (poet; 1670-
Lardner, Dr. Dionysius (1793-1859), . . Lardner. 1733),

. B. de Mandeville, Lassell, Wm. (astron.),

Lassell. Mandeville, Sir John de (traveller;1300-
Latham, Dr. P. Mere (medical works,

1372),

Sir John Mandeville. 1836, 1845, &c.),

Dr. P. M. Latham, Mann, Horace, LL.D. (Amer, educa.
Latham, Robert Gordon (philol.). Latham.

tionist; 1796–1859),

H. Mann. Lathrop, Joseph (Amer. divine; 1731

Manning, Hen. Edwd.,

Cardinal Manning, 1820),

Fos. Lathrop. Mannyngham, Thomas, D.D. (Bp. of
Latimer, Hugh (reformer; 2490-1555), . Latimer. Chic.; d. 1722),

Mannyngham. .
Laud, Wm., D.D. (Abp. of Cant.; 1573-

Mansel, Henry Longueville (philoso-
1645),

Abp. Laud.
pher; 1820-1871),

Dean Mansel.
Lauder, Sir Thomas Dick (1784-1848),

March, Francis A. (Anglo-Sax, scholar), Prof. Marck.

Sir T. Dick Lauder. Markham, Capt. Albert Hastings, R.N.,
Lavington, Geo., Bp. (1683-1762), Bp. Lavington.
Law, William (divine; 1686–1761), Law.

Markham, Gervase (poet, &c.; works
Lawrence, Geo. Alfred (novelist; 1827-

1593-1636),

Markkan. 1876), Lawrence. Marlowe, Christopher (1564-1593),

Marlowe. Layard, Sir Austen Henry,

Layard.

Marmion, Shakerley (dramatist; 1602-1639),Marmion. Laycock, Thos., M.D. (1812-1876), . Laycock.

Marryat, Capt. Fred. (1792-1848),

Marryal.
Le Conte, John Lawrence (entomol.), . 7. Le Conte. Marsh, Geo. Perkins (Amer. philol.; 1801-
Ledyard, John (traveller; 1751-1789), Ledyard. 1882),

.G. P. Marsh.
Lee, Fred. Geo., D.C.L. (Gloss. Eccles.

Marsh, Herbert, D.D. (Bp. of P'boro;
Terms, 1877),
Rev. F. G. Lee. 1757-1839). .

Dr. H. Marsh
Lee, Nath. (dramatist; 1657-1691), . Lee.

Marsh, James, D.D. (Amer, div.; 1794-
Leidy, Dr. Joseph (Amer, naturalist), . Leidy.

1842),
Leigh, Sir Edwd. (philol., &c.; 1602-1677), Leigh. Marshall, John (Amer. jurist; 1755-1835).
Leighton, Robt., D.D. (Abp. of Glas.

Marshall's Life of Washington or Judge Marshall

, gow; 1611-1684), Abp. Leighton or Leighton, Marston, John (poet; 1570-1634).

Marston.
Leland, Chas. Godfrey (Amner, author), C. G. Leland, Martin, Edwd. (Dean of Ely; letters,
Leland, John (antiq.; 1506-1552), . Leland.

1662),

Dean Martin. Leland, John, D.D. (1691 1766), Rev. 7. Leland. Martin, Sir Theodore,

The. Martin,
Leland, Thos., D.D. (Irish hist., &c.;

Martin, Thos., LL.D. (eccles, writer;
1722-1785).
Dr. Leland. d. 1584),

Dr. Martin.
Le Neve, John (biog.; 1679-1741). Le Neve. Martineau, Harriet (1802-1876), H. Martineau.
Lennox, Charlotte (novelist, &c.; 1720-

Martineau, Rev. James, LL.D.,

F. Martincau. 1804).

Charlotte Lennox. Martyn, John (botanist; 1699-1768). Martyn.
L'Estrange, Sir Roger (1616–1704), Sir R. L'Estrange. Marvell, Andrew (poet, &c.; 1620-1678). Marvell.
Lever, Charles (1806-1872).
Lever. Mason, Geo. (lexicog.; 1735-1806),

Mason.
Lewes, Geo. Henry (1817-1878).

G. H. Lewes. Mason, John Mitchell (Amer. div.; 1770-
Lewes, Mrs. G. H. (1820-1880), George Eliot

1829).

F. M. Afason.
Lewis, Sir Geo. Cornewall (1806-1863), Sir G.C. Lewis. Mason, Lowell (Amer. mus. ; 1792-
Lewis, John (antiq.; 1675-1746). · Rev. F. Lewis. 1860),

Lorvell Mason,
Lewis, Wm. Lillington (trans. of Statius,

Mason, Wm. (poet and div.; 1725-1797). W. Ma son. 1767),

W. L. Lewis. Massinger, Philip (dramatist; 1584-1640), Massinger. Leyden, John (poet and Orientalist; 1775–

Masson, David (Prof. Eng. Lit.), . . David Masson, 1811),

Leyden.

Mather, Cotton (Amer. theol. ; 1663-
Lightfoot, Jn., D.D. (divine; 1602-1675) Lightfoot. 1728),

Cotton Mather,
Lindley, John (botanist ; 1799-1865), . Lindley. Maunder, Sam. (Treasuries; 1990-1849). Maunder.
Linwood, Rev. Wm. (Greek scholar;

Maurice. Jn. F. Denison (divine; 1805-1872), Maurice. works 1841-1860),

Linwood.

Maxwell, Clerk (physicist; 1831-1879). Clerk Maxwell.
Lithgow, Will, (traveller; 1583-1640). Lithgow. May, Thos. (poet and hist.; 1594-1650). Nay.
Livingstone, David, LL.D., D.C.L. (tra-

May, Sir Thos. Erskine (clerk to the
veller),
Livingstone. Commons),

Sir E. May.
Lloyd, Robt. (poct; 1733-1764),

Lloyd, Mayhew, Henry (London Labour and
Lloyd, Wm. (Bp. of Worcester; 1627-1717). Bp. Lloyd. the London Poor, &c.), . .

Maykow.
Locke, John (1632-1704). .

Locke. Mayne, John (Scotch poet; 1759–1836). F. Mayne.
Lockhart, John Gibson (1794-1854), . Lockhart. Mayne, R. G., M.D. (Med. Didt., 1854). Dr. Mayne.
Lockyer, Jos. Norman (astron.), . . 3. N. Lockyer. Mede, Jos., (Biblical critic; 1586–1638). Joseph Mede.
Lodge, Thos., M.D. (dramatist; 1556-1625), Lodge. Melmoth, Courtenay (nom de plume of
Loe, Wm., D.D. (Sermons, 1611-1623). Loe.

S. J. Pratt; 1749–1814),

Melmoth. Logan, John (poet, &c.; 1748-1788), Logan. Melton, John (Astrologaster, 1620). .

9. Melton, Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth (1807-1882), Longfellow. Melville, G. White (novelist; 1821Lord, Henry (Relig. of the Persees, 1630), Lord.

1878),

White Melville Loudon, John Claudius (botanist; 1783

Mendez, Moses (poet; d. 1758). Mindes. 1843), London. Merivale, Chas., D.D. (hist.),

Meridale. .
Loveday, Robert (Letters, 1659), Loveday. Meston, Wm. (Scot. poet; 1688-1745),

W, Mestou.
Lovelace, Richard (poet; 1618-1658), Lovelace. Meyrick, Sir Sain. Rush (antiq.; 1783-
Lover, Samuel (novelist, &c.; 1797-1868), S. Lover, 1848),

Meyrick.
Lowell, James Russell (Amer, poet,&c.). F. R. Lowell. Mickle, Wm. Julius (poet; 1734-1788),

Mickle. Lower, Mark Antony (antiq., 1813-1876). Lower. Middleton, Conyers, D.D. (1683-1750), Middleton. Lowth, Robt., D.D. (Bp. of St, Davids;

Middleton, Thomas (dramatist; 1570
1710-1787).

Bp. Lowth.
1626),

T. Middleton.

Dr. 7. Marsh,

Kames, Henry Home, Lord (Scotch judge; 1696-1782), .

Lord Kames. Kane, Elisha Kent (Arctic explorer; 1820-1857),

Kane. Kane, Richard ('Campaigns 1689–1712,' 1745).

Rich. Kane. Kavanagh, Julia (novelist; 1824–1877). . Kavanagh. Kaye, John, D.D., Bp. (1784-1853). . Bp. Kaye. Keats, John (poet; 1796–1821), .

Keats. Keble, John (poet; 1792-1866)..

Keble. Keepe, Henry Monumenta Westmon. asteriensia, 1682). .

Keepe.
Keightley, Thos. (hist., &c.; 1789-1872), Keightley.
Keill, John, M.D. (astron.; 1671-1721), . Keill.
Kelham, Robt., of Linc. Inn (Norman
Dict., 1779),

Kelham.
Kemble, Frances Anne,

F. A. Kemble.
Kemble, John Mitchell (hist.; 1807-1857), 7. M. Kemble,
Kendall, Timothy (Flowers of Epic
grams, 1577).

Kendall.
Kennet, white, D.D. (Bp. of Peterbor:
ough; 1660-1728). .

Bp. Kennet.
Kenrick, Will., LL.D. (Eng. Dict., 1773). Kenrick.
Kent, Charles (poet and journalist), . Ch, Kant.
Kent, James, LL.D. (Amer. jurist; 1763-
1847),

Xent.
Ker, Robt. (trans. of Lavoisier, 1790), . R. ker.
Kettlewell, John (divine; 1653-1695). Ketlicavell.
Killing beck, John (Sermons, 1710-1727). Killing beck.
Kinball, Rich. Burleigh (Amer, auth.), R.B. Kimball,
Kinahan, D. (Irish Law Reports, &c.,
1830-1836),

Kinahan,

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Mill, John, D.D. (divine; 1645-1707). Dr. 7. Mill
Mill, John Stuart (1806-1873).

7. S. Mill.
Miller, Hugh (geol.; 1802-1856), Hugh Miller
Miller, W. Allen (chem.; 1817-1870), W.dllen Miller.
Milnan, Henry Hart, D.D. (1791-1868), Milman,
Milner, Jos. (eccles. hist.; 1744-1797). Milner,
Milton, John (1608-1674),

Miltos.
Minot, Lawrence (poet; wrote about
1330-1350).

Minot.
Minshew, John (lexicog.; works 1599
1627).

Minshow.
Minstrelsy of Scot. Border (Sir Walter
Scott)..

Border Minstrelsy.
Mirror for Magistrates, The, 1559. Mir. for Mags.
Mitford, Rev. J. (poet and editor; 1781-
1856),

7. Mitford.
Mitford, Win. (hist. of Greece; 1744-1827). Mitford.
Mivart, St. George (biol.). St. George Mivart.
Moir, Dav. M. Delta) (poet; 1798-1851), D. M. Moir.
Monboddo, James Burnet, Lord (Scotch
judge; 1714-1799). .

Monooddo.
Mongredien, Aug. (Trees & Shrubs,
1870),

A. Mongredien.
Monmouth, Henry Carey, Earl of (hist.;
1596-1661),

Earl of Monmouth.
Montagu, Lady M. W. (1690–1762),

Lady M. W. Montagu.
Montague, Walter (relig. writer; works
1629-1654)..

W. Montague.
Montgomery. James' (poet;

1771 -
1854),

James Montgomery.
Monthly Review, 1749-1845.

Month, Rou.
Moore, Edward (dramatist; 1712-1757), E. Moore,
Moore, Dr. John (novelist, &c.; 1730-
1802),

Dr. 7. Moore.
Moore, Thos. (poet; 1779-1852). Moore.
More, Hannah (moralist; 1745-1833), Mrs. H. More.
More, Henry, D.D. (1614–1687), Dr. H. More.
More, Sir Thos. (1480-1535),

Sir T. More.
Morell, Dr. J. D.,

7. D. Morell.
Morgan, Lady Sydney (novelist, &c.;
1786-1859).

Lady Morgan,
Morier, James (traveller; 1780-1848), Morier.
Morley, John (critic and essayist), Fohn Morley.
Morris, Richd., LL.D. (philol.).

Ir. Morris.
Morris, William (poet),

W. Morris.
Mortimer. Jn. (Art of Husbandry, 1707), Mortimer.
Morton, John (Bp. of Ely: 1410-1500). BP. Morton,
Morton, Thos. (dramatist; 1764-1838), Morton.
Moseley, Walter M. (Archery, 1792), W. M. Mosely.
Mosheim, Johann Lorenz (eccles. hist.;
1694-1955),

Mosheint.
Motherwell, Will. (poet; 1797-1835), Motherwell.
Motley, John Lothrop (hist.; 1814–1877). Motley.
Mountagu, Rich., Bp. (1578-1641), Mountagu.
Moxon, Chas. (Mineralogy, 1838). Moxon.
Moxon, Jos. (scientist; 1637-1700), Fos. Moxon.
Mozley, Herbert Newman (Law Dict., \ Mosley Go
Whiteley, Geo. Crispe

1876),

(Whiteley.
Mozley, Jas. Bowling, D.D. (1813-1878), Dr. Mozley,
Müller, Fred. Max (philol.),

Max Müller,
Mulock, Dinah Maria (novelist), Mrs. Craik.
Munday, Anthony (poct; 1553-1633), Ant. Munday.
Mure, Wm. (Greek Lit; 1799-1860),

W. Murt,
Murphy, Arthur (dramatist, &c.; 1730

A. Murphy.
Musgrave, Sir Rich., M.P. (1758–1818), SirR.Musgrave.

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O'Donovan, John, LL.D. (archæol.;

Rainbow, Ed., D.D. (Bp. of Carlisle;
1809-1861),
Dr. O'Donovan. 1608-1684),

Bp. Rainbow.
O'Keefe, John (dramatist; 1747-1733), . O'Keefe. Raleigh, Sir Walter (1552-1618). Raleigk.
Oldham, John (poet; 1653-1683),
Oldkar, Rambler, The (1750-1752),

Johnson,
Oliphant, Mrs. Margaret (novelist), , Mrs. Oliphant. Ramsay, Allan (Scotch poet; 1685-1758), Ramsay.
Osborne, Francis (moral writer; 1589 8-1659), Osborne, Ramsay, Andw. Crombie (geologist), A. C. Ramsay.
Otway, Thos. (dramatist; 1651-1685), Otway. Ramsay, E. B., LL.D. (Scottish List
Ouida (Louise de la Rame, novelist). Ouida.

and Character; 1793-1872),

Dean Ramsay.
Outred, Marcelline(Expos.of Prov., 1580), Outred. Ramsay, Sir Geo., Bart, (polit. econ.,
Overbury, Sir Thos. (poet, &c.; 1581-

&c.; 1800-1871),

G. Ramsay. 1613).

Sir T. Overbury. Randolph, Bernard (Travels, 1686–89). Ber. Randolph. Owen, Rich. (naturalist),

Owen,

Randolph, Thos. (poet; 1605-1634). Randolph, Ozell, John (translator; d. 1743), . Ozell.

Rankine, Wm. Jno. Macquorn, LL.D.

(civil engineer; 1820-1872). Macquorn Rankinc,
Page, David (geologist; 1814–1879), . Page, Raper, Matthew (antiq., &c.; works
Pagit, Ephraim (divine; 1575-1647), Eph. Pagit. 1764-1787),

M. Raper.
Paine, Thos. (Age of Reason; 1736-1809). T. Paine. Ray, John (naturalist; 1627-1704). Ray.
Paley, Will., D.D. (moral. phil.; 1743–1805), Paley. Reade, Charles (novelist),

C. Reade.
Palfrey, John Gorham, D.D., LL.D.

Reade, John Edmund (poet),

FE Reade. (Ainerican historian).

Palfrey. Redding, Cyrus (journalist; 1785-1870), Redding Palgrave, Sir Francis (1788–1861), Sir F. Palgrave. Rees, Abraham, D.D. (cyclop.; 1743-1825). Rees. Palgrave, Wm. Gifford (Travels in

Reeve, Thos., D.D. (Sermons, &c.; 1632-57). Reeve. Arabia, 1862-1863). .

W.G. Palgrave.

Reeves, John, F.R.S. (law works, &c.;
Palmerston, Henry Temple, Lord

1752-1829),

Reeves, (statesman; 1784-1865). .

Palmerston. Reid, Captain Mayne (novelist), Mayne Reid.
Palsgrave, John (French Grammar, 1530), Palsgrave, Reid, Thos. (philosopher; 1710-1796). Reid.
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