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Haagensen, SopKus. (Trans.) Methods and The- 
ories for the Solution of Problems of Geometrical Con- 
&truouon, by Julius Peterson, Lon., 1879, 8vo. 

Haas, Ernst Anton Max, Ph.D. Catalogue of 
Sdimlciit aud Pali Books in the British Museum, Lon., 
187<>, 4to. 

JIabberton, John, b. 1842, in Brooklyn, N.Y.j 
was literary editor of the Christian Union 1874-78, and 
lias since been on the editorial staff of the New York 
Herald. 1. Helen's Babies. By their Latest Victim. 
Uost., 1876, sq. 16mo and 8vo. Anon. (More than 
one hundred and titty thousand copies have been sold.) 
2. The Barton Experiment, N York, 1870, 1 61110. 3. 
The Jericho Road : a Story of We&tern Life, Chic., 

1876, sm. 4to. 4. (Ed.) Select Bnttbh Essayists, (vol. 
i. ) Spectator, (Selected Papers,) by Addison and Steele: 
with Introductory Essay and Biographical Sketches, 
N. York, 1876, sq. 12tno. 5. Grown-Up Bubies. Illust. 
Lon., 1877, 18mo. 6. My Mother-iu-Law, Lon , 1877, 
12uio. 7. (Ed.) Sir Roger de Coverlcy: consisting 
of the Papers relating to Sir Roger de Coverley 
published in the " Spectator :" with an Introductory 
Essay, 1877, 8vo. 8. Other People's Children, N. York, 

1877, sq. Itfmo. 9. The Scripture Club of Valley Rest; 
or, Sketches of Everybody's Neighbors, N. Yoik, 1877, 
sq. 36rno. 10. Some Folks. Illust. N. York, 1877, 
Svo. 1 1. Little Guzzy. Illust. N. York, 1878, 12mo. 
12. Other People, Lon., 1878, 8vo. 13. The Crew of 
the "Satn Wciler," N. York, 1878, gq. 16mo. 14. Just 
One Day, Bobt., 1879, 16inoj now ed., entitled "Mrs. 
Mayburn's Twins," <fcc., Phila., 1882, 8vo. 15. The 
Worst Boy in Town. Illust. N. Yotk, 1880, sq. 
36mo. 1C. Who was Paul Gray son ? Illust. N.York, 
1881, sq. 16mo. 17* The Bowshatn Puzzle: a Novel j 
[also] My Friend Moses: a Story, N. York, 1884, 12mo. 
18. Goorgo Washington, (1732-1799,) (*' Lives of Amer- 
ican Worthies,") N. York, 1884, 10ino. 19. Brueton's 
Bayou, Phila., 1886, Svo. 

' In originality of motive, in freshness of treatment, and 

0. Country Luck, [a novel,] Phila., 1887, 

Hafoershon, Matthew Henry* The Wave of 
Scepticism and the Rook of Truth: a Reply to "Super- 
natural Religion," Lon , 1875, p. 8vo, 

Habershou, Samuel Oisborne, M.D., RR.C.P,, 
]82&-l88y, b. at Rothorham j studied medicine at Guy'a 
Hospital and at the University of London, where he 
graduated 1848 j phymolan to Guy's Hospital 1860-80- 
vice-president of the Royal College of Physicians 1887, 
Ac. 1. A Catalogue of the Models of Ihseases of the 
Skin m the Museum of Guy'a Hospital, Lon., 1854, 8vo. 
2. Pathological and Practical Observations on Diseases 
of the Abduwen, Lon,, 1857, 8voj 4th ed., 1888. 3. 
Medical Science in its General AHpeofs and Study: a 
Lecture, Lon,, 1859, 8vo. 4. On the Injurious Meets 
of Mercury in the Treatment of Disease, Lon,, ISytf, p. 
8vo, 5. On Disease of the Stomach : the Varieties of 
Dyspepsia, their Diagnosis and Treatment, Lon., 1866, 
p, 8voj 3d ed., 1870, 6. On the Pathology and Treat- 
ment of some Diseases of the Liver, (Lettsornian Lec- 
tures, 1872,) Lon., 1872, 8voj 2d ed., 1885. 7. On the 
Pathology of the Pneumoga&trie Nerve, (Lumleian Lec- 
tures, 1876*,) Lon,, 1877, p, 8vo; 2d ed., 1885. 8. The 
Advancement of Science by Experimental Research: 
the Hamian Oration, 188$, Lon., 1888, or. 8vo, 

Habershou, William G,, and Gladstone, 
Thomas U., PfcuD. (Hd,) Hymns for the Use of 
Christian Association^ Lon., 1863, 16ino. 

Habirshaw, Frederick* Catalogue of the Diato- 
jnacese* Edited by K. Hltebwok.- ' N. York, WI, 4to, 

Hack, Mary Fryor* I. Consecrated Woman. By 
Claudia, [pseud.J Lon,, 1880, p. Svu. 2, Self*Surrender : 
a Second Series of On Derated Women, LOB,* 1881, $* 
8vo; n0w ed^ 1888, $. Obrlatiwoi Wwan&oocl, ton,, 
l$$a, p. 8*0. 4, Faithful Service; gket^hss of ffrrfe- 
tian Wonwn, Ixm^fSBS, jw *ro &. IM^ B*^H * 
Lifo.$taty of a Enaar^d !} 4^0, Lo^,, IW7, <lw. 

Hack, Stephen. Horee-Shoea and Horse-Owners; 

or, The Why and Because of Broken Knees and Unsound 
Legs,' Lon , 1874, Svo. 

Hacker, J. H Memoirs of Thomas Smith Thom- 
son, L K C.P., L.R C.S , Medical MisMouaiy oi Neyoor, 
Tiavanoore, South India. IHust. Lon., 1887, er. .Svo. 

Hacker, M. E* William. Guide for the Oidoi 
of High Priesthood, Portland, Me., 1864, 12rno. 

Hackett, Frank Warren* 1. Memoir of Wil- 
liam Heniy Young Hackett: with Selections from his 
Writings, Portsmouth, N.H., 1879, Svo. Privately 
printed, 2. The Geneva Award Acts with Notes and 
References to Decisions of the Court of Commission of 
Alabama Claims, Bost , 1882, 8vo. 3. (Ed.) Porcsmo-uth 
Records- with Notes, 1886, 8vo. 

Hackett, llev. Horatio Balch, D.D., LL.D , 
[rinte, vol i,, add.,] d. 1S75 , resigned his chair in New- 
ton Theological Institution in 1869, and in 1870 was 
appointed professor of New Testament tireek in Roches- 
ter Theological Seminaiy. Christian Memorials of the 
War: with Historical Notes, Dost., 1864, 12rno. 

Hackett, James Henry, 1800-1871, b. in New 
York City ; a popular actor, specially noted for his im- 
personation of Falstaff. Notes aud Comments upon Cer- 
tain Plays and Actors of Shakespeare : with Criticisms 
and Correspondence, N. York, 18b8, 12moj 8d ed., 1854. 

Hackett, JM. (Trans.) JUie of St. Elizabeth of 
Hungary, Duchess of Thuungia, y C de Montalembert, 
N.York, 1878, Himo. 

Hackett, Richard R. Wirksworth and Five Miles 
round an liibtotical Sketch, Wirksworth, 180.J, Svo. 

Hackhouse, Alfied. The Successful Pole- 
Climbei : a Memoir of John Wilcox, Late Corporal, 
Ninety-Sixth Kegiment, Lon., 1859, Svo. 

Hackleton, Mrs. H. W, Jamestown of Pama- 
gind: a Poem, N. York, I860, 12rao. 

Haokley, Charles Elihn, M.I)., b. 1836, at 
Unadilla, N.Y. , graduated at the Medical School of 
the University of Pennsylvania I860; served through 
the civil war as surgeon in the U.S. cavalry, and was 
clinical professor of diseases of tbe eye and ear in the 
Women's Medical College, New York, 1870-76. 1. (JEd ) 
Treatise on Diseases of the Eye. By C, Stellwag von 
Carion. Lon., 1868, r. Svo, 2. (Trans.) A Text-Book 
of Practical Medicine, by F. von Nienaeycr, Lon., 187tt, 
8voj new ed, 1880. 3. (Trans.) General Surgical Pa- 
thology and Therapeutics, by Dr. Theodor Billroth : with 
Additions by Dr. A. von Winiwarter, Lon,, 1879, Svo. 

Hackman, Rev. Alfred, M.A., 1811-1874, b. at 
Fulham, near London; graduated at Christ Church, CK- 
foid, 18S7j chaplain of Chnt-t Church 1837-73; vicar 
of Cow ley from 1889; sub- librarian of the Bodleian 
1862-73. A Catalogue of the Collection of the Tanner 
MSS. in the Bodleian, Oxf,, I860, 4to> 

Hacklier, Rev* Willibald. Socialism and the 
Church ; or, Henry George w Archbibhop Corrigan, 
N.York, 1887, 12mo. 

Hackwood, Frederick William* 1, Notes of 
Lessons on Moral Subjects: for Teacher?, &c., Lon, 

1883, p. 8vo. 2. The Wednesbury Papers, Wedneabury, 

1884, fcivo, 3. A History of Darlaston, near Wednesbury, 
Wedn^ebury, 1887, Svo. 

Haddan, Kev. Arthur West, B.D., 1816-187.% 
b. at Woodford, Essex ; graduated, first class Lit. Hum., 
at Trinity College, Oxford, 1837, and elected to two Fel- 
lowships; ordained 1840, and in tbe game year was 
curate to J. H. Newman; dean of Trinity for several 
years, and afterwards vice-president ; rector of Barton* 
oa-Heath, Warwickshire, from 1857. He edited the 
works of Archbishop Branoball and of Herbert Thorn- 
dike in tbe Anglo- Oath olio Library, and wrote some of 
tbe essays in " Eeplies to Essays and Reviews/ 1 1. Apos- 
tolic Succession in tbe Church of England, Lon., IB (59, 
Svo j new ed,, 1883. 2, (Trans.) St* Augustine On 
Trinity, (The Worto'of St. Augustine, vol. vil,) 
1871) Svo. 3. Kemains. Edited by A. P. 
JXC.L** Bishop of Breehln. Lon,. 1870, 8vo. 

" T^e papers range over a wide field* and are dwslfled 
hi tflae tl? Of Qonwwts undwr tbe heaa$ ol * t On t&e Holy 
B<hrt|rtareV Doctrinal Works,' f Eccleiastt<i4 BBrtoiy,' 
1 T^e Prayer-Book,' * MJsoeIlt.iaeo^s.' and * Gtywntl Ht$tory/ 
Of all of ttxese subjects Mr. Haddan bad something to say, 



but it was m ecclesiastical history that he was most at 
home "Sat Rev , xln. 301 

With STUBBS, WILLIAM, (ed ) Councils and Ecclesias- 
tical Documents relating to Great and froland. 
Edited after Spelman and \Vilkins. 0,vf, 1869-71, 3 
\ols Svo 

"The work is really a great one, worthy of tho vast 
labour which has been spent upon it, \voithy, we may 
add, of the many years during which scholars have been 
waiting for It." Sat &v , xxix. 612. 

Haddau, J. L. 1. London Cabs- the " Course" 
System, as applied to London or any Laige City, Lon., 
1867, 4to. 2. Economical One-Eail Railway for India, 
the Colonies, and Sparsely-Populated Countries, Ac., 
Lon., 1871, Svo. 

Haddan, Thomas Henry, M.A., BC.L., 1814- 
1873, brother of Rev. A. W. Haddan, supra f b. in Lon- 
don ; graduated with a double first class at Biasenose 
College, Oxford, 1837; Fellow of Exetei College 1837- 
43, and gained a Vinerian Fellowship 1847 , called to the 
bar at the Inner Temple 1841, and practised as a con- 
veyancei , was the origmatoi and for a short time editor 
of theGuaidian. 1. The Limited Liability Act, 1855: 
with PrecedenU and Notes, Lon., 1855, p. Svo 2. Out- 
lines of the Admmistiative Jurisdiction of the Court of 
Chancery: bring the Substance of a Seues ot Leetuies, 
Lon., 1862, p. Svo. 

Hadden, J. Cuthbert. 1. Mendelssohn, (" Great 
Composers," Lon,, 1888, fp. Svo. 2. Handel, ("Gteat 
Composers,") Lon., 1888, 12mo 

Had den, Kev. Robert Henry, graduated at 
Meiton College, Oxford, 1877; curate of St. Botolph, 
Bibhopgate, London, 1880-88, and since then vicar of 
bt Botolph, Aldgnte, London. 1. An East End Chion- 
icle . St. Georga'b in the East, Parish and Paiish Church : 
with Introduction bv Harry Jones, Lon , 1880, 12ujo, 2. 
Church and Chapel Sermons on the Church of Kuglund 
and Dissent: with Introduction by A. P. Stanley, Lon., 
1881, Svo. See, also, KCWEKS, URV WILLIAM, tnftn 

Hadden, William Baugh, M.D , M R.O P., phy- 
sician to the Royal for Women and Children, 
London. (Tiun*- ) Lectures on the Localization of Cere- 
bral and Spinal Disease^, by J. M, Chaicot, (New byden- 
hum Soo.,) Lon., 188,'], Svo, 

Haddock, Fiaiik CU Life of Kev. George C. 
Haddock, N. York, 1887, ?q. 12mo. 

Haddock, Joseph W. Soumohsm and P&ychisui ; 
or, The Science of the tSoul and the Phenomena ot Ner- 
vation as revealed by Vital Magnetism, Lun., 1851, fp. 
Svo; new ed., 1857. 

Haddon, Alfred Cort, M.A., F Z.S , professor of 
zoology at the Royal College of Science, Dublin. An 
Introduction to the Study of Einbiyology. Illust. Lon , 
1887, r. Svo. 

Haddon, Mi*s Caroline, sister-in-law of James 
Hinton, infra. 1, A L.iw of Development* an EsMiy to 
illustrate some Ideas from the Unpublished Writings of 
James Hinton, Lon., 1883, cr. Svo. 2. The Larger Life: 
Studies in Hmton'a Ethica: with some Unpublished 
Letters of James Hinton, Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 

"She has given us a faithful and widistorted reflex of 
the mam cycles oi Hinton'a thought . . . To would-be 
students this book may serve as an admirable introductory 
primer." Acad , xxx. 1. 

3. Where does your Interest come from ? a Word to 
Lady Investors, Manchester, 1886, 12mo. 

Haddon, John, M.D. Notes from Private Prac- 
tice, Bdin., 1S87, Svo. 

Haden, Francis Seymour, F.R.CS., b. 1818, in 
London? educated at University College, London, and 
at the Sorbonne, Paris j became a member of the Royal 
College of Surgeons in 1842 and a tfellow in 1857. He 
is distinguished us an etcher, and is president of the 
Society of Painter-Etchers, 3. Earth to Earth: an An- 
swer to a Pamphlet on "Cremation," Low., 1875, 12mo; 
new ed., enl , same year. 2. About Etching : Part I., 
Notes on a Collection of Etchings by the Great Masters j 
Part II., An Annotated Catalogue of the Bxnmples ex- 
hibited of Etchers' and Painter-Engravers' Work. Illubt 
Lon f , 1879, 4to; 3d ed., 1881, Svo, 

"He is an admirable special pleader, and would fain 
persuade us by force of eloquence that the moment the 
early painters discovered that it was possible to act upon 
the plate by an Implement wielded like a pencil they 
ceased at once to use the burin, aud became painters 
a he slight critical notes on etchers aud painter-engravers 
among the old masters are piquant and often valuable." 
Oat Kev , xlvuj 426, 

" This work contains the notes of Mr. Haden infon a re- 
cent exhibition of etched work by the great masters from 



his own collection, to which was added a serifs of exam 
pies ol his own handiwork. But, in addition to thoso 
notes, he gives us sixteen inc-simileMii MUUO of the lineal 
of the&c examples, (excepting, perhnp,s one or two of the 
number,) and those reproductions an? practically HH fine 
in etlcct as thu originals themselves." Spectator, hi. l(>f>0. 

3. The Etched Work of RuinbiamU: a Monograph : 
with an Appendix, Lon , 187M. 

Haderniaim, Jeannettc It. Seo WALWOUTH, 
MliR. J. R , wfrtt. 

II ad fie Id, Mrs. K 1. Ppinya from the Hedgerows, 
[veiso,] Lon,, 1850, J2mo, 2. Poetical Weeds. By E. 
H. Lon., 1850, 16mo 

Hadfield, II, H, Treatise on Perspective: with 
Diagrams, Lon , 1858, p. Svo, 

Hadtield, William, 1800-1887, was engaged fiom 
an 0*11 ly age in commcicial business in South Antcricn ; 
was secretary to the Buenos AyroH (3 rent Southoin Hail- 
way, and in 1863 founded in London The South Amrii- 
can Journal and Brazil and Kivor Plate Mail, of which 
he was chief editoi till his death. 1., tho Kivor 
Plate, and tho Falkland Islands' with the Onpo Horn 
Koute to Austialia: including Notices of Linbon, Ma- 
deira, the Csmancs, and Cape Verde, lllutit. Lon., 
1854,J8vo. 2 Brazil and tho llivor Plate in 18<>H; 
showing the Piogreba oi tho&o Oountiiea ainco 1H5.% 
Lon., 189, 8*0. 3 Brazil and the River Pluto LS70- 
76: with Supplement, Lon., 1877, Svo. 

lladley, Amos. 1. Now Hampshire SujMTior 
Court Ropoits, volb. \lv,-\lvui , Conoonl, I805-(W, 4 
vols. Svo. 2. Life of Walter Hamrmiu : with Solocttond 
from his Speeches and Writings, 13o,st , I8K8, Svo. 

lladley, Arthur Twining, b. 18f>fi, at New Ha vtm, 
Conn ; son of Professor J times Hadloy, infra / gradu- 
ated at Yale in 1876, and, after studying at' tho Univor* 
sity of Ueihn, became a tutor at Talo in 1870, Iwturor 
on political science m 1883, and pn>fut>Hor of political 
science in 1886. llailroad Transportation: its Jiiiutory 
and its Laws, N. York, 1885, 12mo. 

lladley, Caroline. 1. KtorioR of Old; 01% liibta 
Nanativcs, Lon., 1802, two series, 12tuo j nt k wed n I8IJ8, 1 
vol. 2. Childien's jSayingH; or, Karly Life at Dome* 
Lon., 1862, sq. 16moj new ed., 1886. *3. StorifH of tlm 
Apostles: their Lives and Writing, Lo,, 18ttl t iHino; 
now ed., 1808. 4, Woodfude; or, Look, Listen, and 
Learn, Lon,, 1887, p. Svo, 

lladley, James, 1821-1872, b. at FaiiMl, K Y,s 
graduated at Talo in 1842, and entonMl the Ttifologiual 
Seminary, but left that institution to becomes tutor iu 
mathomatioH at Middlobuty (Jollogii; tutor m cla.N*uml 
history at Yalo lHl, r >-4Hj aaniwtant proftwur ot" (2 route 
1848-51, and from thon profby-ior, 1. A Urouk (Jrarnuiai* 
for Schools and Colleges, N.York, 1801, p, Hvoj new od. y 
lev. and re-written by F, do F, Alien, Low., 188-1. 2, 
Elements of the Greek Language: takou from the (ilrock 
Urammar, N, York, 1K70, 8vo. Jt* Introduothm to KMJMU 
Law: in Twelve Academical Lecture, K. York, 1H7JJ, 
Svo. Posth. 

".Admirable an littrodnction to the Komaii law HH thmt 
lectures are, it v, m invvUabk* from their ihu that Uwy 
bhould convey to UK* Htuduntt* who hoarcl Llu*tn or who 
may rend tlum tin cM'mllnKly('m>m ( i>UHlinpnHKJon upon 
nmnyiinporUntpoitJtH, and thatwithotu any actual orrow 
of atalcment. ... In Hnth an outline covering m* union 
ground the element of time iHpracUcttllyU'fttmt, . * , But, 
with all tlivhe defects, or rather omision. the book to mubt 
admirable " Nation, xvii, 179. 

4. Essays, Philological and Critical, aeleoted from tho 
Papers of James JEladley. [Edited by W* 1), Whitney.] 
N. York, 1873. Forth. 

"The scholar who is competent to Judw will 1*(? im 
rcKsedj as he reaclH one after another, with the w Wt* riMiKO 
oi reading and reflection and the ou4 WIIKS and com- 
prehensive judgment which are m cry where wlmwn in 
them. ; . . Most of these essays very prepared fur borne 
learned sooJety or periodical; but Uiey are, if nu 
popular, certainly very pleamut and tjuay 

jft <Xf40., XYll. 008, 

" A volume of papers of a very high order, 11 

6. A Brief History of the English Language. Lon,, 
1879, I2rno. 

Hadley, John BeJI* The Daily Walk: a Selw- 
tion of Original Poems, Lon,, 1852, p. 8vo, 

HadselJ, O. P. The Heroine of Manaams; or, 
The Female Volunteer, Kalwmazoo, Mioh v 1870, Svo, 

Hadwen, J, JLovel. (Trans.) The Nomads of the 
North, by C*. H. Mellin, J87J, Svo, 

Haeseler, Chart es H M M.D. Across the Atiantio : 
Letters from France, Switzerland, Germany* Italy, and 
tfhite., 1868, X2mo. * 



Hagan, Albert* Utah Supreme Court Reports, 
Tols. i -11., (1850-8!,) San Fran., 1877-81, 8vo. 

Hagan, J. M. West Virginia Supreme Court Re- 
ports, vols. i~v, Richmond, Va., 1866-7*J, 5 vols. Svo. 

Hagar, George J iecpitly assistant 1 i.m of 
the Newark (N J.) Libraiy A^'.soei.ition, which poat he 
has resigned in order to edit the Cyclopaedia of \rnei icin 
Contemporary Biography. (Ed ) What the World Be- 
lieves, N. York, 1886 

Hagarty, A. Magnetism and Health, Lon., 1873, 

Hag em an, John Frelinghuysen, History of 
Princeton and its Institutions, Phila., 1879, 2 vols. Svo, 

Hageman, S. Miller. 1. Silence, N. York, 1877, 
sm. 4to. 2. Greenwood, and other Poems, N. York, 
1878, sq. 16mo. 3. Saint Paul, N. York, 1880, 32rno. 
4. Once: a Novel, N. York, 1881, 12mo. 

Hagen, Hermann August, b. 1817, at Konigs- 
berg, Prussia, and educated <it German universities; re- 
moved to the United States to assist Professor Agassiz as 
entomologist at the Museum of Comparative Zoology at 
Cambridge, and in 1870 was made professor of compara- 
tive zoology at Harvard. 1. Catalogue of the Specimens 
of Neuropterous Insects in the Collection of the British 
Museum- Part I., Termitintt, Lon., 1858, 12mo 2. 
Synopsis of the Neuroptera of North America with a 
List of the South American Species, Wash., 1862, Svo. 
3. Monograph of the North Ameiican Astaeidae. Illust. 
Cambridge, Mass., 1871, imp. Svo. 4. On some Insect 
Deformities. Illu&t. Cambridge, 1876, 4to. 

Hagen, John Cole. Footprints of Truth ; or, 
The Voice of Humanity. Illu-t. N. York, 1853, Svo. 

Hager, J. Henry. (Trans.) The Confessor ; from 
the French of M. I'A'.be* > * * * [J. F. X. Mauls,] N. 
York, 1867, Svo. 

Hagert, Henry Schell, 1826-1885, b. in Phila- 
delphia, was admitted to the bar in 1847, and held 
various legal offices Poems : with Memoir by Charles 
A. Lagen, Phila., 1886. Privately printed. 

Haggard, Alfred. (Trans.) Counsels of a Mother, 
by Alaiehioness A. T. de Lambei t, 1885, Svo. 

Haggard, Ella. Myra; or, The Rose of the Bast: 
a Tale of the Afghan War, in Nine Cantos, Lon., 1857, 
8v; newed., 1862. 

Haggard, Frederick T. 1. A Mile of Railway 
in the United Kingdom, Lon,, 1869, Svo. 2. Railway 
Facts and Lower Fares, Lon., 1869, Svo. 3. Remarks 
upon the Acquisition of Railways by the State, Lon , 
1872, Svo. 

Haggard, Henry Rider, b. 1856, at Bradenham 
Hall, Norfolk, Eng.j son of W. M. R. Haggard, j^ra; 
accompanied Sir Henry Bulwer as secretary to NaSFin 
1875, and m the following year went to the Transvaal 
on the staff of the special commissioner, and was sub- 
sequently appointed master of the High Court of the 
Transvaal. In 1879 he retired from the colonial service 
and returned to England, and was called to the bar at 
Lincoln's Inn IS85. 1. Cetywayo nnd his White Neigh- 
bours; or, Remarks on Recent Events in Zululaud, 
Natal, and the Transvaal, Lou., 1882, cr. 8\ r o$ 2d ed., 
rev , with a new Introduction, 1888. 

" Recounts once more from the point of view of an eye- 
witness the melancholy story of Engli&h, irresolution and 
disgrace." Sat. R&o.^ liv. 213 

2. Dawn, Lon , 1S84, 3 vols, or. Svo. 

"'Dawn' (a somewhat obscure title) bears many of the 
familiar marks of inexperience in novel-writing. It is 
well written, it has considerable interest of plot, and the 
characters are not borrowed, and show not a little ability 
in character-drawing But there is altogether too much 
of it. ... He [Mr. Haggard] must 'train down' if he is to 
write a really good novel." G. SAINTSBURY . Acad,, xxv. 

3. The Witch's Head, Lon., 18S4, 3 vols. p. Sro. 4. 
King Solomon's Mines, Lon,, 1885, p. 8vo; newed., 18SS. 

'* The success of Mr. Haggard's wonderful story, * King 
Solomon's Mines,' is not due exclusively to its merits, 
though these are great, the romance being one of the most 
exciting of its kind ever published in a modern language 
... It has a charm which is not jn itself, but m the appeal 
it makes to a hungry desire or hope which is prooably 
latent in all men, and certainly crops out in the minds of 
all civilized men, the desire that the lust of wonder 
should be fully and, so to speak, honestly satiated ; the hope 
that men will discover some day somewhere something 
that shall leave them sufficiently, or it 'may be perma- 
nently, astonished.'* Spectator, Ivitl 1S65. 
5. She; a History of Ad vent are: with 

Lon., 1887; 6th <t, (Slst to 35tfr thmtaKKl,) IgaT, or, . 
"Mr. Haggard's practical knowledge and experience pf 
savage life and wild land$, his sense of the mystery and 

charm of ruined civilizations, his appreciation of sp^rt, 
especially witli big game.) his astom&hmg imagination, 
ana a certain vraisemblance, which makes the most impos- 
sible adventures appear true, (to a reader of sympathetic 
fancy,) these are the qualities a man admires m ' She,' if 
he chance to admire it at all "ANDREW LANG : Acad , 
xxxi 34. 

6 Je-s, Lon., 1SS7, 3 vols. p. Svo , new ed., 18S8. 7. 
Allan Quareiinam: being an Account of his Further 
Adventuies and Discoveiies in Company with Sir Henry 
Durtis, Bart., Commander John Good, R N., and One 
Uuislopogaas Illust. 1887, cr. Svo; also a large- 
>aper ed., limited to 112 copies. S. Maiwa's Revenge; 
or, The Wir of the Little Hand, Lon., 1SS8, p. S\o, 
40th thousand same year. 9. Mr. Meeson's Will, Lon , 
1838, Svo. 10. Colonel Quaritch, V.C. : a Tale of Coun- 
try Life, Lon., 188 8, 3 vols. cr. Svo. 

Haggard, William Debonaire. 1, Observa- 
;ions on the Standard of Value and the Circulating 
Medium of this Country,- 2d ed., Lon., 1847, Svo. 2. 
Miscellaneous Papers, Windsor, I860, Svo. 

Haggard, William Henry I>oveton, brother 
of H. R Haggard, supra; b 1846; secretary to the 
British legation at Athens since 1887. (Ed. and trans.) 
The Vazir of Lankurn a Persian Plav, Lon., 1882, Svo. 
Haggard, William JHeybohm Rider, LL.M., 
b. IS17 ; called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1842. The 
Militia , its Importance as a Constitutional Force, Lon , 
1857, Svo. 

Haggard, William 1C. Creation as a Divine 
Synthesis: a Contemplation Treatise concerning the 
Cnter- Relations between Deity and his Creation, &c , 
Lon , 1878, Svo. 

Hagner, Charles V. Early History of Falls ot 
Sebuylkill, Manayunk, <fcc., Phila., 1869, Svo 

Hague, Arnold, h. 1840, in Boston, Mass. ; son 
of Rev. William Hague, infta; educated at the Shef- 
field Scientific School, and at German universities ; has 
been connected with the Geological Survey of the U P. 
government, and has contributed largely to scientific 
journals <ra geology and lithology. 1. The Volcanoes 
of California, Oregon, and Washington Territory, 18b3. 
" The Volcanic Rocks ot the Great Basm, 1884. 3. On 
the Development of Ciystallization in the Igneous Rocks 
of Washoe, Wash., 18S5, Svo. 4. Nevada : with Notui 
on the Geology of the District, 1S85. 5. The Volcanic 
Rocks of Salvador, 1SS6. 

Hague, H, The Innkeepers' and Travellers' Guide, 
Lon., 1859, 12mo. 

Hague, James Duncan, b. 1836, in Boston, 
Mass.; son of Rev. William Hague, infra,' educated <it 
the Lawrence Scientific School of Harvard, and in Ger- 
many; became a mining engineer, and ha? been connected 
with the U.S. Geological Survey. Mining Industry, 
(Report of the Geological Exploration of the Fortieth 
Parallel, in a Papers on Practical Engineering/' pub- 
lished by U S. Gpv't,) Wash., 1S70, 2 vols. With BECKEH, 
GEORGE F., Mining Industries at the Paris Exposition of 
1878, Wash., 1880. 

Hague, Parthenia Antoinette* A Blockaded 
Family: Life in Southern Alabama during the Civil 
War, Bost,, 1SS8, 12mo. 

Hague, Rev William, D D., [ante, vol i., add ,] 
JS08-1S87, b. at Pelham, Westchester Co., N.T.; h*-ld 
pastorates in Boston, Providence, and New York City ; 
was made professor of homijetics in the Baptist Theo- 
logical Seminary at Chicago in 1869, and afterwards be- 
came pastor of a congregation at Orange, N.J. 1. The 
Authority and Perpetuity of the Christian Sabbath, 1861), 
2. The Self-Witnessing Character of the New Testament 
Christianity, Phila., 1871. 3. Christian Greatness in the 
Minister : Discourse on the Life of Eolhn Heber Nealc, 
D.D , Bost., 18SG, sq. 12mo. 4. Ralph Waldo Emerson, 
N. York, 1884, 12mo. 5. Life Notes; or, Fifty Yeats* 
Outlook, Bost, 1887, 12mo. 

" No one . . will come to this little book: for history, 
but for pleasant anecdotes, a filmy panorama of scenes 111 
the author's varied experience "Nation xlv. 278 

Hahn, Aaron* History of the Arguments for the 
Existence of God, Cin., 1885, Svo. 

Hahn, Anna E. Summer Assembly Days; or, 
What was Seen, Heard, and Felt at the Nebraska Chau- : with an Introduction by Rev. A* B. Dimming, 
Host,, 1888, 12mo. 

Hahn, Theophilns, Pb.D , custodian of the Grey 
Collection, Cape Town, <fee, Tstmi-Goam, the Supreme 
Being of the Khoi-Khoi, Lon.. 1882, Svo. 

Haig, Archibald Swiney. The Officer's Com- 
plete Guide, Lon., 1856, 12mo. 



Haig, Felix Thackeray. Notes on the River 
Navigations of North America, Madras, 1863, Svo. 

Haig, James, M.A., b 1813, educated at Trinity 
College, Dublin; called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1838 
1. Philosophy; or, The Science of Truth: a Treatise 
on First Principles, Mental, Physical, and Veibal, Lon., 
1861, p. Svo. 2. Symbolism; or, Mind Matter Lan- 
guage as the Elements of Thinking and Reasoning, &o., 
Edm., 1869, p. Svo. 

Haig, James David. A List of Books printed in 
England prior to the Year MDC, in the Library of the 
Honourable Society of King's Inns, Dublin, Dublin, 
1858, Svo. 

Haigh, Arthur Elam, M.A., graduated at Corpus 
Christ! College, Oxford, 1878; lecturer 1878-83; Fellow 
of Hertford College 187S-86. The Political Theories of 
Dante, (Stanhope Prize Essay, 1878.) Oxf., 1878, Svo. 

Haigh, Rev. Daniel Henry, 1819-1879, b. at 
Brmscall Hall, near Chorley, Lancashire . was for some 
time in business at Leeds; studied with a view to taking 
orders in the Church of England, but, having become a 
Roman Catholic, studied at Oscott, and was ordained 
priest in 1848, and erected and endowed St. Augustine's 
Church at Erdington, near Birmingham. He was dis- 
tinguished as an antiquai lan. 1. An Etsay on the Nu- 
mismatic History of the Ancient Kingdom of the East 
Angles, Leeds, 1845, r. Svo. 2. On the Fragments of 
Crosses discovered at Leeds in 1838, Leeds, 1857, Svo. 3. 
The Conquest of Britain by the Saxons . a Harmony of 
the " Hirftoria Btitonum," the Writings of Gildas, the 
" Brut," and the Saxon Chronicle, with Reference to the 
Events of the Fifth and Sixth Centuries, Lon., 1S61, 
Svo 4. The Anglo-Saxon Sagas an Examination of 
their Value a-> Aids to History, Lon , 18ft I, Svo. 

M Mr Haigh appears to belong to the important class of 
persons who have read more than is good for them. . . . 
He has worked with the most praise worthy diligence upon 
a very small portion of history, but he has no notion of 
history as a whole " Sat Itev , xiii. 263. 

Haigh, Eccles. The Potato-Disease and the Curl- 
Disease in Potatoes their Causes and Prevention, Lon., 
1875, n. Svo. 

Haigh, Henry AH en, 1. A Plain Statement of 
the Laws relating to Labor, Detroit, 1886, Svo. 2. Man- 
ua.1 of Law and Forms: a Practicl Hand-Book of the 
Law and Business Forms for the Use of the Industrial 
Closes, Detroit, 18S7, Svo, 

Haight, Cauniff. Country Life in Canada Fifty 
Years Ago; Personal Recollections and Eemmiscences 
of a Sexagenarian, Toronto, 1885. 

Haile, Ellen* 1. Three Brown Boys, and other 
Happy Children, Lon. and N. York, 1879, 4to. 2. Two 
Gray Girls and their Opposite Neighbors. Hlust. Lon. 
and N. York, 1880, Svo, 3. Hazel-Nut and her 
Brothers. Blast. Lon. and IT. York, 1881, sq. Svo. 

Hailes, Nathaniel. The Soul's Journey : a Met- 
rical Fantasy, Adelaide, 1856, Svo. 

Hailman, William N. 1. Outlines of a System 
of Object-Teaching, prepared for Teachers and Parents: 
with an Introduction by J. N McBlligott, N. York, 1867, 
Svo. 2. Kindergarten Culture in the Family and Kin- 
dergarten ; a Complete Sketch of Froebel's System of 
Early Education, adapted to American Institutions, Gin,, 
187*3, 12mo. 3. Twelve Lectures on the History of Ped- 
agogy* Cin. and N. York, 1874, Svo. 4 Eour Lectures 
on JSarly Child-Culture, Milwaukee, 1880, 12mo. 5. 
From PesUlozzi to Froebel, Milwaukee, 1880, Svo. 6. 
Primary Method, N. York, 1887, 12mo. 7. (Trans.) The 
Education of Man, by F. Froebel, N. York, 1887, 12mo. 

Hailstone, Edward, 1818-1890, a solicitor at 
Bradford, Yorkshire ; afterwards resident at Walton Hall, 
near Wafcefield, where he accumulated a remarkable col- 
lation of antiquities and books, (Ed.) The Costume of 
Yorkshire, Illustrated by a Series of Engravings, with 
Descriptions in English and French, Leeds, 1885, fol. 

Hailstone, Herbert, M.A. 1. (Trans.) Homer's 
Iliad, Books XJII.-XV., XXI., in English Prose, 4 
Parts, Lon., 1 83t>. 2, (Trans.) The Iphigeneia among 
the Tauri, of Euripides, 1884, Svo. 3. Grantse Imagines : 
Thirty-Six Sonnets, Cambridge, 18S6. 4. jtfovse A run- 
dine? j or, New Marsh-Melodies in XXXVI Metres, Cam- 
bridge, Svo and 12mo; 2d ed, 1887. 5. Fasciculus: a 
Song~Btmd)e, Manchester, 1837, 12mo 6. (Trans.) The 
Plums of Aristophanes, 1887, Svo. .7. Sertum : a Song- 
Garland, Manchester, 188&, fp. Svo. Also, several trans- 
lations of classical works fa* the PittBeries, <fec. 

Hailstone, Thomas. The Inverted Slide Rule 


and its Uses with a Description of the Various Lines 
thereon, <fcc., Frome, 1868, 16mo. 

Haines, Rev. Alanson Austin, b. 1830, at 
Hamburg, N.J.; pastor of a Presbyterian church in that 
town; formerly chaplain of the 15th New Jersey Regi- 
ment. Histoiy of the Fifteenth Regiment of New Jer- 
sey Volunteers, N. York, 1883. 

Haines, Benjamin H. Digest of the American 
Law Register, 1877, Svo. 

Haines, C. R. A Vindication of England's Policy 
as to the Opium Trade, Lon , 1884, cr. Svo. 

Haines, Elijah Middlebrook. 1. Laws of 
Wisconsin concerning the Oiganization and Government 
of Towns, &c., Chic., 1868, Svo. 2. Tieatise for Justices 
of the Peace in the State of Illinois ; 5th ed., Chic., 1869, 
Svo, 6th ed , rev., 1S73. 3. Laws of Illinois relating to 
Cities and Villages : with Notes and Forms, <fcc , Chic., 
1879, Svo. 4. (Ed.) Compilation of the Laws of Illi- 
nois relating to Township Organization and Manage- 
ment of County Affairs . with Forms and Notes ; new 
ed., enl., Chic., 1883, Svo. 5. The American Indian, 
(Uh-msh-in-na-ba,) Chic., 1888, r. Svo. 

Haines, F. E. H. Jonas King, Missionary to 
Syria and Greece. By F. E. H H. N. York, 1S79, 12mo. 

Haines, Rev, Herbert, M.A., 1826-1872, grad- 
uated at Exeter College, Oxford, 1849 j chaplain to the 
Gloucester County Lunatic Asylum from 1854, 1. A 
Manual for the Study of Monumental Brasses, Oxf., 
1S48, Svo. 2 A Manual of Monumental Brasses : com- 
prising an Introduction to the Study of the?e Memorials: 
with a List of those remaining in the British Isles. 
Illust. Oxf. and Lon., 1861, 2 parts, Svo. (This is a 
recast of the earlier work.) 

44 He has produced a book which seems to contain, in a 
straightforward and systematic shape, all that there is to 
say about the subject which he has taken in hand." Sat. 
Kev , xi 647. 

8 A Guide to the Cathedral Church of Gloucester, 
embracing a Description of the Painted Windows, <fcc , 
Gloucester, 1867, Svo. 

Haines, JL.ieut.-CoT. Peter C., U S A., b 1840, 
in Philadelphia j graduated at the U S. Military Acad- 
emy 1861, and appointed to the engineer corps j served 
in the civil war, Ac (Trans.) Memoir upon the Illumi- 
nation and Beaconage of the Coasts of France, by F. L. 
Keynaud. Thiity-Nme Plates. N. York, 1876, 4to. 

Haines, Rev. Philip Frost John Bird, vicar 
of St George's, Wigan. 1. Robeit Stophenbon of the 
Akbar, 1S61. 2. Letters on Canon Law, 1868. 3, 
National Education, 1872. 

Haines, 11. H. The Fruit- Grower's Friend, N. 
York, 18SO, Svo. 

Haines, Rev. Samuel Charles, Ph.D., ordained 
1859; \icarof West Biornpton 18(39-78. 1. The English 
Catholic Church better than the Roman Catholic Schism : 
in Answer to M. Capel, Lon , 1872, Svo. 2. Anglo- 
Catholic Sermons, Lon., 1873, p Svo 

Haines, William T., and Young, W, V* K. 
Essays for the People: Two Prize Ebsa^s on Liberalism 
in England and its Demoralizing Effects on our National 
Religion and Liberties, Lon., 1881, 2 patts Svo. 

Haines, Zeuas T. Letters from the Forty-Fourth 
Regiment M.V.M. 1862-63. By Corporal, [pseud J 
Bost., 1S63. 

Hair, James. Building, Drainage, and Measure- 
ment of Land, Lon,, 1878, 4to. 

Hair, James T. 1. Iowa State Gazetteer: em- 
bracing Descriptive and Historical Sketches of Coun- 
ties, Cities, Towns, and Villages, Ch\c M 1865, Svo. 2. 
Gazetteer of Madison County: containing Historical 
and Descriptive Sketches, Alton, 1866, Svo. 

Hake, Alfred Egmoiit, 1. Paris Originals: 
with Etchings by L. Richeton, 1878, Svo. 2. Flattering 
Tales, Lon., 1882, cr. Svo. 8. The Story of Chinese 
Gordon, Lon,, 1883, Svo ] llth ed., with Additions by 
H. Craig, 1884. 

"Without wearying his readers by describing 1 at length 
events which are as familiar In our mouths as household 
words, he contents himself with giving a light sketch of 
them, and fills in the picture with a personal narrative 
which to most people will be entirely new."*-a. Beo* 
Ivi 839. J 

VoL H., 18S5. 

14 Contains as clear and connected an account of all the 
circumstances of the tragedy of the Soudan as we can at 
present hope to obtain." Sat, Ren. r lix. 619. 

4. The Unemployed Problem Solved, Lon,, 1S88, Svo, 
With LEPEBRE, J. G., The Xew Dance of Death, Lon., 
18S4, 3 vols, p. Svo. 


Hake, Thomas Gordon, M.D.,M.R,C.P.,b. 1809 j 
took his medical degree at the University of Glasgow 
1831 ; resides at Fulham, London, I, Poetic Lucubra- 
tions : containing The Misanthrope and other Effusions, 
Lon., 1828, 12mo. 2, A Treatise on Varicose Capillaries, 
as constituting the Structure of Carcinoma of the Hepatic 
Ducts, <fcc., Lon., 1839, 4to. 3. On Vital 3?orce : its Pul- 
momc Origin and the General Laws of its Metamorphoses : 
with an Appendix, Lon., 1867, 16mo. 4. Madeline : with 
other Poems and Parables, Lon., 1871, p. 8vo. 

" The individuality of the writer lies in his deep sym- 
pathy with whatever affects the being and the condition 
of man, and in his power to express such sympathy in 
language often quaint, but for the most part poetic 
The poem entitled ' Old Souls to Mend* is not altogether 
free from oddities of manner, but few will doubt its inten- 
sity of feeling and utterance." Ath,, No 2259. 

5. Parables and Tales : with Illustrations by Arthur 
Hughes, Lon., 1873, p. 870. 

"If it must be said, on the one hand, that at times Dr. 
Hake's modes of expression are still unequal to his ideas, 
it may also be affirmed that he often discloses to us the 
secrets of nature and of human feeling with startling truth 
of representation "Ath , No 2362 

6. New Symbols, [verse,] Lon., 1875, p. 8yo. 

" The entire book breathes a pure and ennobling influ- 
ence, shows welcome originality of idea and illustration, 
and . . . yields the highest proof of imaginative faculty and 
mature power of expression ttial its author has yet given 
us," Ath., No 2511. 

7. Legends of the Morrow, [verse,] Lon , 1878, p. 8vo. 
8. Maiden Ecstasy, [verse,] Lon,, 1880, sq. 16mo. 

" Although he is often subtle and original in his concep- 
tions, and felicitously daring in his epithets when seeking 
to present some true but delicate touch of nature or feeling, 
an obscurity of narrative . . . arrests his readers in the 
midst of their enjoyment . . Many of the present poems 
celebrate the delights of virginal love, while the burden 
of others is remorse or despair " Ath , No 2741. 

9. The Serpent Play : a Divine Pastoral, Lon., 1883, 
cr. 8vo. 

" Dr. Hake is one of the most earnest and original of poets. 
He has taken nothing from, his contemporaries, but has 
imagined a message for himself, and has chosen to deliver 
it in terms that are wholly His own. . . He concerns him- 
self with absolutes alone, the eternal elements of human 
life, and the immutable courses of human destiny. . . . 
That this is so is a reason why his work should be always 
interesting, as it is also a reason why it should be more or 
less unpopular. ... He loves to symbolize; he does not 
always care that the symbol shall be appropriate and 
plain " Sat Keo. t Iv. 315. 

Hake, Thomas St. Edmund. 1. Ye Historical 
Sketch of ye Olde London Streete : wherein are many 
Gravynges, Lon., 1885, obi. 8vo. 2. In Letters of Gold . 
a Novel, Lon., 1886, 3 vols. cr, 8vo. 

Hakewill, Arthur William, 1808-1856, son of 
James EUkewilI, (ante, vol. i ,) was, like his father, an 
architect, 1. An Apology for the Architectural Mon- 
strosities of London, Lon., 1835, 8vo. 2. Modern Tombs ; 
or, Gleanings from the Public Cemeteries of London, 
Lon,, 1850, 4to. 3. General Plan and External Details, 
with Picturesque Illustrations, of Thorpe Hall, Peterbor- 
ough, Lon, 1852, fol. 4. Architecture of the Seven- 
teeth Century. Parts L-IIL Lon, 1853-56, fol. 

Hakewill, Edward Charles, 1812-1872, an 
architect. The Temple : an Essay on the Ark, the Taber- 
nacle, and the Temple of Jerusalem, Lon., 1851, r. 8vo. 

Hake will 9 James Ridgway. Athletica Con- 
densed Manual on the Practical Theory of Several 
Branches of Athletics. By J. R. JEL and J. <3. C. Maid- 
stone, 1871, 8vo. 

Halbert, William Idorton* An Exposition of 
Economic and Financial Science based upon a Cycle of 
Seasons in Each Decade, Lon , 1878, p. Svo. 

Halcombe, Rev. John Joseph, M.A , gradu- 
ated at Magdalene College, Cambridge, 1856; ordained 
1857 ; reader and librarian of the Charterhouse 1 862-74 j 
rector of Balsham, Cambridgeshire, since 1874. 1. 
Church Reading: containing the Morning, Evening, 
and Communion Services of the Church of England * to 
which are appended Remarks on the Errors most usually 
committed in reading these Services, Lon,, 1858 f Svo. 
2, The Speaker at Home: Chapters on Extempore and 
Memoriter Speaking j [also] On the Physiology of Speech, 
by W, H Stone, Lon., 1859 $ 3d ed,, 1874, 32mo B, 
Stranger than Fiction, Lon., 1872, 12roo. (An account 
of the missionary settlements in British Columbia, Ac.) 
4, (Ed,) The Church and her Curates : a Series of Essays, 
on the Need for More Clergy, and the JSest Means of 
supporting them, Lon., 1874, 8m 5. (Ed,), The Emi- 
grant and the Heathen ; or, Sketches of Missionary Life,, 
Lon.,, 187^ Svo. 0. Gospel Difficulties due to a Xhs- 


placed Section of St. Luke, Cambridge, 1886, p. Svo j 2d 
ed., Lon., 1S88, Also, single sermons, <fco. 

Haldane, J, W* C., C.E. and M.E. Civil and 
Mechanical Engineering Popularly and Socially consid- 
ered. Illust. Lon. and N. York, 1887 3 Svo. 

" Mr. Haldane's * intention,' as he himself says, has been 
to try to interest every one' in the history of the science in 
which he is a practical proficient . . On the whole, he 
has admirably carried out his conception " Sat. ev , Ixiv. 

Haldane, Rt* Rev. James Robert Alexan- 
der Chinnery-, LL.M., D.D., ordained 1866 j in- 
cumbent of Ballachuhsh and Glencoe 1879-85; hon. 
canon of Cathedral of Argyll 1879, dean 1881-83, and 
since then Bishop of Argyll and the Isles. The Scottish 
Communicant : a Guide to the Worthy Receiving of the 
Blessed Sacrament : to which is annexed The Order for 
the Celebration of the Holy Communion according to the 
Use of the Scottish Church, Edin., 1877, 8vo; 3d ed., 

1884. Also, charges, 1883-87. 

Haldane, R. C. Sub-Tropical Cultivation and 
Climates: a Handy Book for Planters, Colonists, and 
Settlers, Edin., 1886, p. Svo. 

Haldane, Richard Bur don, M.A., b. 1857; 
educated at London University; called to the bar at 
Lincoln's Inn 1879; M.P. for Haddmgtonshire since 

1885. Life of Adam Smith, (" Great Writers/') Lon., 
1887, ]2rno,* also large-paper ed., Svo. "With KEMP, 
JOHN, M.A., (trans.) The World as Will and Idea, by 
Arthur Schopenhauer, Lon., 1883-87, 3 vols. Svo. 

Haldane, Yere* Our Charlie, [a novel,] Lon., 
1865, p. 8vo. 

Haldeman* Samuel Stehman, [ante, TO!, i., 
add.,] 1812-1880, b. at Locust Grove, Lancaster Co., 
Pa.; spent two years at Dickinson College, but left 
without graduating, and was employed for some time on 
the Geological Survey of Pennsylvania. He was made 
professor of natural sciences in the University of Penn- 
sylvania in 1851, was appointed to a similar position in 
Delaware College in 1855, and in 1869 accepted the 
chair of comparative philology in the University of 
Pennsylvania, which he held until his death. 1. Ele- 
ments of Latin Pronunciation, Phila., 1851, 12mo. 2, 
Analytic Orthography : an Investigation of the Sounds 
of the Voice, and their Alphabetical Notation, including 
the Mechanism of Speech, and its Bearing upon Ety- 
mology, Phila., 1860, 4to. 3. Tours of a Chess Knight, 
(Prodromus, Bibliography of the Chess Knight's Tour,) 
Phila, 1864, 2 parts, 16mo. 4. Affixes in their Origin 
and Application, Phila., 1865, 12mo; new ed., 1884. 5. 
Rhymes of the Poets. By Felix Ago, [pseud,] Phila., 
1868. 6. Pennsylvania Dutch : a Dialect of South Ger- 
man, with an Infusion of English, Lon , 1872, Svo. 7. 
Outlines of Etymology, Phila., 1877, 12mo. 8. Word- 
Building, for the Use of Classes in Etymology, Phila., 
1881, 12mo. 

Hale, A. 3Sf Management of Children in Sickness 
and Health. Phila., 1880, 18mo. 

Hale, Aline G. 1. Fanny and Robbie, Bost,, IS 66, 
ISmo. 2. Uncle Mark's Amaranths, Bost, 1881, 12mo, 

Hale, C. H. The Graves of our Fathers, Lon., 
1858, Svo. 

Hale, Rev. Charles Renben, S.T.D., b. at 
Lewistown, Pa. , graduated at the University of Penn- 
sylvania 1858; rector of St. John's Church, Auburn, 
N.T., 1870-75; dean of Davenport, la,., since 1886. 1. 
A List of the Sees and Bishops of the Holy Eastern 
Church, 1870. 2. A List of All the Sees and Bishops of 
the Holy Orthodox Church of the East, N. York, 1872. 
a. Sermon?, N. York, 1874. 4. An Eastern View of the 
Bonn Conference, Utica, KY., 1876. 5, The Mozarabio 
Liturgy, and the Mexican Branch of the Catholic Church 
of Our Lord Jesus Chript Militant upon Earth, N. York, 
1876. 6. Innocent of Moscow, the Apostle of Kamchatka 
and Alaska, 1877, 7. An Office for the Holy Commu- 
nion, arranged from the MozaraMc Liturgy, Bait , 1879. 
8, An Office for Holy Baptism, arranged from the Moza- 
rabic and Cognate Sources, 1879. 9. (Trans.) Mozarabio 
Collects, translated and arranged from the Ancient Lit- 
urgy of the Spanish Church, 1881, ISnao, 10. The 
Euoharistic Office of the Christian Catholic Church of 
Switeerlnnd, translated and compared with that in. the 
Miss&le Romanonin*, N, York, 1882. 11. The Universal 
Episcopate; , History of the Sees and Bishops in the 
Holy C&thoHc Ohtireh throughout the World, Baltimore, 
18S0. 12. Speeches and Addresses, 1885, 

Hale, Rev. Edward, M,A., graduated at Emanuel 
College* Cambridge, Ifc50, ordained 1S51 : became as- 



sistant master of Eton College. The Fall of the Stuarts, 
and Western Europe from 1678 to 1697, ("Epochs of 
History.") Maps. Lon., 1876, fp. Svo; 2d ed., 1878. 

Hale, Rev, JEdward Everett, S.T.D., [ante, vol. 
i., add.,] is still (1888) pastor *of the South Congrega- 
tional Church in Boston. Under the auspices of the 
American Unitarian Association he founded, in 1869, 
Old and New, a monthly magazine, of which he was 
editor till it was merged in Scnbner's Monthly, now the 
Century. In 1886 he founded another journal, Lend a 
Hand : a Record of Progress and Journal of Organized 
Chanty. 1. Letters on Irish Emigration, Bost., 1852, 
Svo. 2. Ninety Days' Worth of Europe, Bost., 1860, 
16mo i new ed., 1879. 3. If, Yes, and Perhaps : Four 
Impossibilities and Six Exaggerations, with some Bits 
of Fact, Bost., 1869, Svo. 4. The Ingham Papers: 
Some Memorials of the Life of Captain Frederic Ingham, 
Bost., 1869, 12mo. 5. Sybaris and other Homes, Bost., 
1869, 16mo. 6. Ten Times One is Ten: the Possible 
Beformation, Bost, 1S70, 16rno; new ed., 1883. 

"A Utopian sketch of the effect which might be pro- 
duced on mankind by the widening influence of a single 
life." Nation, xi 835. 

7, Daily Bread, and other Stories, Bost., 1870. 8. 
His Level Best, and other Stories, Bost., 1872, 16mo. 9. 
In His Name : a Story of the Waldenses, Bost., 1873, 
16mo. 10. Christmas Eve and Christmas Day: Ten 
Christmas Stories, Bost., 1873, 16mo. 11. lips and 
Downs- an Every-Day Novel, Bost., 1873, 16mo. 12. 
Workingmen's Homes. Illust. Bost., 1874, 16mo. 13. 
A Summer Vacation : Four Sermons, Bost., 1874, Svo. 
14. One Hundred Years Ago : How the War began, Bost., 
1875, Svo. 15. Our New Crusade : a Temperance Story, 
Bost., 1875, sq. ISmo. 16. Philip Nolan's Friends . a 
Story of the Change of the Western Empire. Illust. 
N. York, 1876, 12mo. 17. G. T. T.; or, The Wonderful 
Adventures of a Pullman, N. York, 1877, 16tno. 18. 
How to Do It, Bost., 1877, 12mo. 19. What Career? 
Ten Papers on the Choice of a Vocation and the UVe of 
Time, Bost , 1878, 12mo. 20. Mrs. Mernam's Scholars : 
the Story of One of the Original Ten, Bost., 1 878, 16ino. 
21. Back to Back: a Story of To-Day, N. York, 1878, 
32mo. 22. Emigration to Kansas: an Address, Bost., 
1879, Svo, 23. The Life in Common, and Twenty other 
Sermons, Bost, 1879-80, Svo. 24. The Man without a 
Country, Bost., 1879, 16mo. 25, The Bible and its Re- 
vision, 1879. 26. Crusoe in New York, and other Tales, 
Bost, 1880, Svo. 27. Stories of War told by Soldiers, 
Bost., 1880, 16mo. 28. Stories of the Sea told by Sailors, 
Bost, 1880, 16mo. 29. The Kingdom of God, and 
Twenty other Sermons, Bost., 1881, 12mo. 30. Stories 
of Adventure told by Adventurers, Bost., 1881, 16mo. 
31. June to May: the Sermons of a Year, Bost., 1881, 
12mo. 32 Stories of Discovery told by Discoverers, 
Bost, 1882, 16mo. 33. Our Christmas in a Palace Car : 
a Traveller's Story, N. York, 1884 12mo. 34. Seven 
Spanish Cities, and the Way to them, Bost., 1883, 16uao. 
35. The Fortunes of Rachel : a Novel of American Life, 
N.York, 18S4, 12mo. 36. Christmas in Narragansett : 
Stories for Christmas, N. York, 1884, 12mo. 37. Lights 
of Two Centuries, N. York, 1887, 12mo. 38. The Life 
of George Washington studied anew, N. York, 1888, Svo. 
39. How they lived in Hampton : a Study of Practical 
Christianity applied in the Manufacture of Woollens, 
Bost, 1888, 12mo. 40. Mr. Tangier's Vacations: a 
Novel, Bost., 1888, 16mo. 41. The History of the 
United States: written for the Chaufauqua Beading 
Circles, N, York, 1888, 12mo. 42. My Friend the Boss : 
a Story of To-Day, Bost., 1888, 12mo. 43. Tom Tor- 
rey's Tariff Talks, Bost., 1888, 12mo. With HALE, ED- 
WARD EVERETT, J , Franklin in France : from Original 
Documents, most of which aro now published for the 
First Time, Bost., 1887, 8vo; Second Series, 18S8. 

** The reader who cares less about history than personal 
details will find in this work many interesting details. 
Unfortunately, the translations from the French are faulty, 
and a knowledge of French is necessary for the under- 
standing of the English " Mh., No 3116. 

** The papers and letters comprised in this second and 
concluding part of the Messrs. Kale's collection cover the 
period from 1781 to 1785* with a few supplementary chap- 
ters devoted to the five remaining years of Franklin's life 
after his return to this country. Their interest is even 
greater than that of those contained in the first part of the 
work.**-: Na&m, xhitt. 102. 

With HAI<% SUSAN; 1, A Family Flight through 

Prance, Germany, Norway, and Switzerland, Bost., 1881, 

4to. 2. A Family Flight over Egypt and Syria. Illust 

Bost, 1882, sq, Svo. 3. A Family Flight through 



ico. Illust. Bost., 1S85, Svo. 4. The Story of Spain, 
(" Story of the Nations/') Illust. N. York, 1SS6, 
12mo. With LB BARON, F., (trans.) Lamartine on 
Atheism: Atheism among the People, 1S50, 12mo. 
With WILLIAMS, REV. JOHN, (ed.) The President's 
Words, Boat., 1865, 16mo. 

Hale, Edward Everett, Jr. (Ed.) Note-Book 
kept by Thomas Lechford, Esq., Lawyer, in Boston, 
Massachusetts Bay, from June 27, 1638, to July 29, 
1661, Cambridge, Mass., 1885, 8vo. 

"As to the editing of the volume, the less said the 
better." JV'afeoTi, xln. 195. 

Hale, Edwin Moses, M D., b. 1829, at Newpoit, 
N.H.; graduated at the Cleveland Homoeopathic Med- 
ical College 1859 ; held professorships of materia medica 
and therapeutics successively in the Hahnemann Med- 
ical College, Chicago, and Chicago Homoeopathic College, 
where he became professor emeritus in 1884. 1. Homoeo- 
pathic Metteria Medica of the New Remedies ; 2d ed., 
Detroit, 1867, Svo ; 4th ed., rev. and enl , 2 vols. Svo. 2. 
Lectures on Diseases of the Heart. In Three Parts. 2d 
ed., enl., N. York, 1877, Svo. 3. Medical, Suigical, find 
Hygienic Treatment of Diseases of Women, N, York, 
1878, Svo, 

Hale, George Silsbee, b 1S25, at Keene, N.H j 
son of Salina Hale, (q. v., ante, vol. i. ;) graduated at 
Harvard 1S44; was admitted to the bar 1850 ; practised 
in Boston. Digest of Decisions of the United States 
Courts of Common Law and Admiralty, vols. xvi.-xix., 
Bost,, 1S5S-59, Svo. 

Hale, Gertrude Elizabeth. Little Flower-Peo- 
ple. Illust. Bost , 1887, 12ino. 

Hate, Horatio, [ante, vol. i., add.,] has resided 
since 1856 at Clinton, Ontario, engaged partly in the 
practice of law and partly in scientific pursuits. (Ed.) 
The Iroquois Book of Rites, (''Library of Aboriginal 
American Literature/') Phila., 1883, Svo. 

Hale, J. Complete Dictionary of Poetical Quota- 
tions, Phila , 1851, Svo. 

Hale, Mrs. J. A. Poetical Meditations, Lon., 
1871, 4to. 

Hal e 9 J E. California Supreme Court Reports, 
vols. xxxiii.-xxxvii , (1867-69,) San Fran., 1868-70, 

Hale, John Peter. Trans- Alleghany Pioneers* 
Historical Sketches of the First White Settlements West 
of the Alleghanies, 1748 and after, Cm , 1887, 12oio. 

Hale, L . J. Miriam and Joanna of Naples, Lon , 
1850, 12rno. 

Hale, Lonsdale Augustus, R.E. 1. The Prin- 
ciples of Outpost Duty considered, in Lectures deliv- 
ered to the Officers of Dover Garrison, Lon., 1871, Svo. 
2. (Trans.) Light Cavalry Outposts, by A. F. de Biack, 
1876, Svo. 3. Tactical Studies of the Battles of Coluui- 
bey-Nouilly and Vionville : compiled and arranged from 
the Official Accounts, Lon., 1877, Svo. 4 What to 
Observe, and How to Report it: for the Instruction of 
Non- Com missioned Officers in Reconnaissance, Lon., 
1883. 5. The Army and the Franchise, Lon., 1886, 8vo. 

Hale, Miss Lucretia Pea body, b. 1820, in Bos- 
ton, Mass, j daughter of Nathan Hale, LL.D., (q. ? ante, 
vol. i.) 1. (Ed.) Seven Stormy Sundays, 18^8, 16moj 
5th ed., 1868. 2. The Lord's Supper, and its Observance, 
Bost., 1866, 16mo. 3. Seivice of Sorrow, Bost, 1867. *q. 
16mo. 4. The Struggle for Life; or, Board Court and 
Langdale: a Story of Home ; 4th ed., Bost., 1867, 12mo. 
5. Art Needle-Work, Bost., 1878, 12ruo. 6 (Ed ) Plain 
Needle-Work, Bost , 1878. 7. More Sketches in Deco- 
rative Embroidery, Bost, 1879, 12 mo. 8. The Peterkin 
Papers, Bost, 1880, 16mo. 9 Art of Knitting, (" Needle- 
work" Ser.) Illust. Bost , 1882, Svo. 10. The Last of 
the Peterkin?, and others of their Kin. Illust. Bost., 
1886, I6nao. 11. Fagots for the Fireside: a Collection 
of More than One Hundred Entct taming G-aines for 
Evenings at Home and Social Parties, Bost., 1888, 12mo. 
12, Point-Lace: Guide to Lnee-Work. Folding Plates. 
12mo. With BYNNETI, EDWIN LASSBTTRR, An Unclosetvd 
Skeleton, Bost., 1888, 24mo. 

Hale, Mrs. M, Lives of the Queens of England 
before the Norman Conquest. Phila., 1854, Svo. 

Hale, Matt, Amateur Soldiers , or, The Volunteers 
of 0reat Britain, Lon., 1885, 12ino. 

Hale, Rt. Rev. Matthew Blngden, D.D., grad- 
uated at Trinity College, Cambridge, 1835 ; ordained 
1836; Bishop of Perth. Western Australia, 1857-75, and 
of Brisbane 1875-85. The Transportation Question ; or, 
Why Western Australia should be made a Reformatory 


Colony, instead of a Penal Settlement, Lon., 1857, cr. 
8vo. Also, single sermons. 

Hale, P. M. 1. In the Coal and Iron Counties of 
North Carolina. Map. Raleigh, N 0., 1883, 12mo. 2. 
Woods and Timbers of North Carolina . from the Botan- 
ical and Geological Reports of Drs. Curtis, Emmons, and 
Kerr, <fcc. Map. Raleigh, 1883, 12mo. 

Hale, Robert. Hand-Book of Elementary Draw- 
ing : with Practical Suggestions on the Formation and 
Conducting of Drawing-Classes in Public Schools, Lon.. 
1862, 4to. 

Hale, Robert Douglas* 1. Pour Lectures on 
Practical Medicine and the Homoeopathic Treatment of 
Bronchitis, Laryngitis, Pleurisy, and Pneumonia, Lon,, 
3875, 8vo. 2. Eight Lectures on the Homoeopathic 
Treatment of Acute and Chronic Bronchitis, Laryngitis, 
and Pericarditis ; 2d ed , Lon., 1877, Svo. 

Hale, Sarah J, 9 late teacher of method in St. 
Katheiine's Training College, Tottenham. Infant School 
Management, Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 

Hale, Mrs. Sarah Josepha, [ante, vol. i., add.,] 
1788-1879. 1. Boarding Out; or, Domestic Life, N. 
York, 18mo. 2. Receipts for the Million, Phila., 12mo. 
3. Juveniles, ten numbers, 16mo. 4. Keeping House 
and House-Keeping : a Story of Domestic Life, N. York, 
1845, 18mo. 5. Lessons from Women's Lives, Edin., 

1867, 8vo. 6. Manners,- or, Happy Homes and Good 
Society All the Year Round, Bosk, 1867, 12mo. 7. A 
Mother's Legacy to her Unborn Child, Phila., 1869, sq. 
16mo. 8. Love,- or, Woman's Destiny, Phila., 1870, 

Hale, Miss Susan, b. 1838, in Boston, Mass.; 
sister of Rev. B. E. Hale, supra / was for many years a 
teacher in Boston, but has since become a teacher of 
water-color painting. Life and Letters of Thomas Gold 
Appleton, N. York, 1885, 12mo. See, also, HALE, E. E., 

Hale, William, C.E. Treatise on the Mechanical 
Means by which Vessels are propelled by Steam, Lon., 

1868, 8vo. 

Hale, William. Shore Life in Song, Biddeford, 
Me., 1886, 16mo. 

Hale, WilHam Gardner, professor of Latin in 
Cornell University. 1. The Art of Reading Latin : how 
to teach it, Bost, 1887, 16mo. 2. Aims and Methods of 
Classical Study, Bost., 1888, 16mo. 

Hale, Yen* William Hale, M.A., [>wte, vol. i., 
HALE, WILLIAM, add.,] 1795-1870; graduated at Oriel 
College, Oxford, 1817; vicar of St. thles 5 , Cripplegate, 
1847-57; archdeacon of London, canon of St. Paul's, 
and master of the Charterhouse from 1842 1. The Duties 
of Deacons and Priests in the Church of England com- 
pared: with Suggestions for the Extension of the Order 
of Deacons and the Establishment of an Order of Sub- 
Deacons, Lon., 1851), Svo. 2. The History of the Jews, 
from the Time of Alexander the Great to the Destruction 
of Jerusalem by Titus, Lon., 1850, p. Svo. 3. Seme Ac- 
count of the Early History and Foundation of the Hos- 
pital of King James, founded at the Sole Costs and 
Charges of Thomas Sutton, Esq., Loa., 1854, Svo. Anon. 
Privately printed. 4. Some Account of the Hospital of 
King Edward VI., called Christ's Hospital, London, 
Lon., 1855, r. Svo. 5. Intramural Burial in England 
not injurious to the Public Health : its Abolition inju- 
rious to Eehgion and Morals, Lon., 1855, Svo ; 2d ed. 
game year. 6. (Ed.) The Domesday of St. Paul's: 
with an Introduction, Ac., (Camden Soc. Pub.,) Lon , 
1858, 4to. 7. The Abolition of Church Rates a Meas- 
ure preparative to the Overthrow of the Established 
Church as a National Religion : a Charge, Lon , 1859, 
Svo. 8. The Duty of Archdeacons as respects the Vis- 
itation of Parishes, in Order to the Bepnirs of Chancels 
and Glebe- Houses : an Address, Lon., 1863, Sro, 9. Pro- 
posals for the Extension of the Ministry in the Church 
of England, by the Revival of a Lower Order of Minis- 
ters and by the Addition of Suffragan Bishops, Lon,, 
1864, Svo. 10. (Ed.) Registrum sive Liber irrotrUarius 
et consuetudinanus Prioratus Beatss Marias Wigomi- 
ensis : with Introduction, Notes, and Illustrations, (Cain- 
den Soc. Pub.,) Lon., 1865, 4to. 11. The Proceedings 
relative to the Pulling Down and Sale of the Chorch 
of St. Benet, Graceehureh, London, Lon,, 1865, 8vo>. 12. 
An Inquiry into the Legal History of the Supremacy 
of the Crown in Matters of Religion : with Special .Ref- 
erence to the Church in the Colonies, Lon.^ 1S67, r* Svo. 
13. The Doctrine and Government of the Anglican Ohurch 
under the Supremacy of Henry the Eighth considered, 


Lon., 1869, Svo. With ELLACOMBE, H. T., (ed.) Ac- 
count of the Executors of Richard, Bishop of London, 
1303, and of the Executors of Thomas, Bishop of Exe- 
ter, 1310, (Camden Soe. Pub,,) Lon., 1874, 4to. 

Hale, William P. "The Oude Question" stated 
and considered, with Reference to Published Official 
Documents, Lon., 1857, Svo. 

Hales, George. Spiritualism considered in Ac- 
cordance with the Divine Teachings and the Writings 
of Emanuel Swedenborg, Lon., 1864, Svo. 

Hales 9 John Dixon. 1. Romish Versions of the 
Bible : Facts and Arguments for the Consideration of 
Bible Societies, Lon., 1856, Svo. 2. The Bible or the 
Bible Society ? The Corruption of God's Word in the 
Italian Version of Martini, as published by the British 
and Foreign Bible Society, Examined and Exposed, 
Lon., 1861, Svo j new ed., 1862. With STUART, CLARENCE 
E., A Protest against the Circulation of the Papal Latin 
Vulgate and its Versions by the British and ^Foreign 
Bible Society, Lon., 1857, Svo. 

Hales, John Wesley, b. 1836, at Ashby-de-la- 
Zouch, Leicestershire? educated at Glasgow and Cam- 
bridge universities j was elected Fellow of Christ's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, in 1860 j called to the bar in 1867, and 
appointed professor of English language and literature 
at King's College, London, in 1877, and examiner in 
English language, literature, and history in London 
University 1882. 1. Longer English Poems : with Notes, 
Philological and Explanatory, and Introduction on the 
Teaching of English, Lon., 1872, 12mo. 2. Notes and 
Essays on Shakespeare, Lon., 1884, p. Svo. (Reprinted 
articles : " From Stratford to London," " Round about 
Stratford in 1 605,'* " Chaucer and Shakespeare," " Shake- 
speare's Greek Names," King Lear," " The Porter in 
Macbeth," Ac.) 

" Full of interesting 1 matter." Acad , xxvi. 69. 

With JFXTRNIVALL, F. J., (ed.) MS. Ballads and Ro- 
mances of Bishop Percy, Lon., 186S, 3 vols. Svo. With 
JERRAM, CHARLES STRANGER, (ed.) The London Series 
of English Classics, Lon., 1876-79, 8 vols. p. Svo. 

Hales, Rev. Richard Cox, M.A.,b. 1817 j grad- 
uated at Magdalen College, Oxford, 1840 j ordained 1841 ; 
rector of Woodmaneote, Sussex, 1860-SS. 1. Six Ser- 
mons : to which are added Prayers for Particular Occa- 
sions, Oxf., 1852, 12mo. 2. (Trans.) A Series of Tales 
for Children, by J. C. von Schmid, 1859, p. Svo. 

Haley, Rev. John William, b. 1884, at Tufton- 
borough, N.H. ; graduated at Dartmouth College 1860, 
and at Andover Theological Seminary 1864 j held va- 
rious pastorates 1864-72 j instructor in Hebrew and 
Greek in the Amherst Summer School of Languages 
1885 and 1886. 1. An Examination of Alleged Dis- 
crepancies of the Bible: with an Introduction by A. 
Hovey, Andover, Mass, 1874, p. Svo; 3d ed, 1876. 2. 
" Supplicium JEternum :*' The Hereafter of Sin : what it 
will be : with Answers to Certain Questions and Objec- 
tions, Andover, Mass., 1S81, 12mo. 3. (Ed.) The Book 
of Esther . a New Translation : with Critical Notes, &c. 
By the Lowell Hebrew Club. Maps, Plans, and Illust 
Andover, Mass., 1885, Svo. 

Haley, William B. Words for the Workers in 
a Series of Lectures to Working-Men, Bost., 1855, Svo. 

Halford, Frederic M. Floating Flies, and how 
to dress them. IllusU Lon., 1SS6, Svo. Also, large- 
paper copy. 

Hal ford, Frederic William. The Angel: an 
Idyl, Lon., 1871, 12mo. 

Halford, George Britton, professor of anatomy 
in the University of Melbourne. 1. Action and Sounds 
of the Heart : a Physiological Essay, Lon , 1860, 8vo. - 
2 On the Time and Manner of Closure of the Auneulo- 
Ventricular Valves, Lon., 1861, Svo. 8. Not like Man 
Bimanous and Biped, nor yet Qaadrumanous, but Chei- 
ropodous, Illust. Melbourne, 1 863, Svo. 4. On the 
Condition of the Blood after Beath from Snake-Bite, as 
a Probable Clue to the Further Study of Zymotic Dis- 
eases and of Cholera especially, Melbourne, 1867, Svo. 
For private circulation. AJ$o, pamphlets. 

Haliburton, Hugh. 1. Horace in Homespun, 
Ed!n>, 1886. 

"If we mav accept the statement of Mr Logie BoT>ertson t 
who fulfils the oince of sponsor to these really excellent 
broad Scotch lyrica they are the productions of a shep- 
, Qf one worthy to be classed with him of 

& " For Puir Anld Scotland's Sake :" Prose Essays, 
e M Edin M 1888, p. Svo. 

Haliburton, Robert Grant* 1. New Materials 



for the History of Man : derived from a Comparison of 
the Calendars and Festivals of Nations, Halifax, N.S., 
1863, Svo. Privately printed. 5. Intercolonial Trade 
our only Safeguard against Disunion, Ottawa, 1868, Svo. 
3. Review of British Diplomacy and its Fruits, Lon., 
1872, Svo. 

Haliburton, Thomas Chandler, D.C.L., [ante, 
vol. i., add.,] 1797-1865. Judge Haliburton resigned 
his office in 1844, and thereafter resided in England, 
where he was M.P. for Launceston 1859-65. 1. Wise 
Saws and Modern Instances, 1853, 2 vols. p. Svo ; new 
ed,, 1859. 2. British North America : its Condition, Ac., 
Lon., 1857, Svo. 3. The Season -Ticket, Lon., 1860, p. 
Svo. (Articles reprinted from the Dublin University 

Haliburton, W. W. (Ed.) County Directory of 
Scotland, Lon.. 1868, Svo. 

Haliday, Charles, M.R.I.A., 1789-1866, a mer- 
chant in Dublin,* published several pamphlets. The 
Scandinavian Kingdom of Dublin. Edited, with some 
Notice of the Author's Life, by John P. Prendergast. 
Dublin, 1881, r Svo,- 2d ed., 1884 

u It owes much of its interest and authority to the learned 
notes supplied by Mr Prendergast , while his memoir of 
the author enables us to appreciate the ample and little 
known materials \vhich Mr. Hahday had collected for his 
purpose, and the judgment with which he has used them 
. . . The value of the work is in its witness to the great 
extent of the Danish power from the ninth to the eleventh 
centuries " Spectator, Iv. 297. 

Halifax, M, C. 1. After Long Years, Lon., 1874, 
or. Svo. 2. Gilbert's First Voyage, and other Stories, 
Lon., 1875, p. 8?o. 3. Among the Welsh Hills, [a novel,] 
Lon., 1878, p. Svo; new ed., 1883. 

Halkett, C. H. Craigie. A Peerless Parliament j 
or, The House of Common Sense. By C. H. C. H. 
Lon., 1885, Svo. 

Halkett, George R. 1. Notes to the Royal So- 
ciety of Artists* Autumn Exhibition, Birmingham, 1878. 
Blast. Birmingham, 1878, Svo. 2. The Walker Gal- 
lery Notes, Liverpool. 1878, Svo. 3. Notes to the Seven- 
teenth Exhibition of the Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts, 
1878, Glasgow, 1878, Svo. 4. Notes to the Exhibition 
of the Works of Modern Artists at the Royal Manchester 
Institution, 1878, Manchester, 1878, Svo. 5. The Royal 
Scottish Academy Notes, 1878. Illust. Edin., 1878, Svo. 
Halkett, Samuel, keeper of the Advocates' Library, 
Edinburgh, (d. 1871,) and Laing, Rev. John, libra- 
rian of the New College Library, Edinburgh, (d. 1880.) 
A Dictionary of the Anonymous and Pseudonymous 
Literature of Great Britain, including the Woiks of 
Foreigners written in or translated into the English 
Language, Edin., 18S2-8S, 4 vols. Svo. (Mr. Halkett 
having died before the work was sufficiently advanced 
for publication, it was continued by Mr. Laing, who 
completed the third volume, but died before publication. 
The work was completed and edited, from the materials 
left by the authors, by Miss Catherine Laing. Besides 
the ordinary edition there is one oa large paper, 4to, of 
which only 50 copies were printed.) 

" With its faults and they are not few upon its head, 
the new dictionary is welcome ... It is a work that no 
scholar can be without." Ath , No. S181. 

"A monument of careful research and minute accuracv " 
Sat. jffiev., liv. 510, 

Hall, A. D. La Tosca: a Novel: founded on the 
Play of the Same Name by Victorien Sardou. N York 
and Chic., 1888, 12mo. 

Hall, Abraham Oakey, (>&, vol. u, add.,] 
a member of the bar in New York, and mayor of that 
city 1871-72, and since then resident in England. 1. 
A Keview of the Webster Case, N. York, 1850, Anon. 
2. The Congressman's Christmas Dream, and the Lobby 
Member's Happy New Year: a Holiday Sketch, N. York, 
1870-71, Svo. 3. Ballads. By Hans Yorkel, [pseud.] 
N. York, 1880. J 

Hall, Alexander Wilford* The Problem of 
Human Life: embracing the Evolution of Sound, and 
Evolution evolved: with Beviews of Darwin, Huxley 
Tyndal!, Haeckel, Helinholtz, and Mayer: rev. ed N! 
York, 1880, Svo. 

Hall, Alice C* Miss Leighton's Perplexities a 
Love-Story, N. York, 1882, 16mo. 

Hall, Amanda H. Within, Without, and Over: 

or, Memorials of the Earnest Life of Henry Clay Hall 

Northampton, Mass., 1878, sq. ISrao. Anon. ' 

Hall, Ate. Angus W. (Trans.) Mythology. Greek 

and Roman; from the German of Friedrieh W. Nb'sselt, 

Lon., 1885, p. Svo. ' 



Hall, Mrs. Anna Maria, (Fielding,) [<xnte f 
vol. i., HALL, MRS. SAMUEL CARTER, add.,] 1804-1881, 
celebiated her golden wedding with Mr. S. C. Hall in 

1874, and it has been remarked that ''five years later 
her golden wedding with literature might have received 
a similar honor," fifty years having elapsed since the 
publication of her Sketches of Irish Character. 1. Th< 
Lucky Penny, and other Tales, Lon., 1857, p. Svo. 2. 
A Woman's Story, Lon., 1857, 3 vols, p. Svo. 3. Daddy 
Dacre's School a Story for the Young, Lon., 1859, Svo. 

4. Can Wrong be Bight ? a Tale, Lon., 1862, 2 vols. Svo. 

5. The Village Garland: Tales and Sketches, Lon., 
1863, Svo. 6. Union Jack, and other Stones, Lon., 
1863, 12mo. 7. Nelly Nowlan, and other Stories, Lon., 
1865, 12mo. 8. Ronald's Reason ; or, The Little Cripple, 
Lon., 1865, sq. 16mo. 9. The Prince of the Fair Family : 
a Fairy-Tale, Lon., 1866, Svo. 10. The Way of the World, 
and other Stories, Lon., 1866, 12mo. 11. (Ed.) Animal 
Sagacity. Illust. Lon., 1866, 16mo. 12. The Play- 
fellow, and other Stories, Lon , 1868, 12mo. 13. Alice 
Stanley, and other Stories, Lon., 1868, 12mo. 14, The 
Fight of Faith : a Story, Lon., 1869, 2 vols. p. 8vo. 15. 
Digging a Grave with a Wine-Glass. Illust. Lon., 1871, 
12mo , new ed., 1883. 16, Boons and Blessings : Stories 
and Sketches to Illustrate the Advantages of Temperance. 
Illust. Lon., 1874, p. Svoj new ed., 1884. 17. The 
Merchant's Daughter, and other Stories, Lon., 1874, 
12mo. 18. Grace Huntley, and other Stories. Illust. 
Lon., 1874, 12mo. 19. Tho Daily Governess, and other 
Stories. Illust. Lon., 1874, 12mo. 20. The Old Story : 
a Temperance Tale in Verse, Lon., 1875, p. Svo. 21. 
Chronicles of Cosy Nook : a Book for the Young, Lon., 

1875, Svo. 22, Annie Leslie, and other Stones, Lon., 
1877, 12mo, 23. The Whispeier, Edin., 1881. 24. 
Uncle Sam, Lon., 1881. 25. Alice Errol, Lon., 1S81. 
With FOSTER, Mas, JONATHAN, Stories and Studies from 
the Chronicles and History of England, Lon., 1847, 
12mo ; new ed., entitled " Stories and Studies of English 
History," 1859 ; 9th ed., enl., Edin , 1866. 

Hall, Miss Arethusa, [see ante, vol. i., under 
HALL, Miss A,, and JUDD, KEV. SYLVESTER,] b. 1802, at 
Norwich, Hampshire Co., Mass, j became a member of 
the family of the Rev. Sylvester Judd, the father of tho 
author of " Margaret," about 1811 j was principal for some 
time of the Haverhill Academy, where the poet Whittier 
was among her pupils, and from 1849 to 1860 was a teacher 
in Brooklyn, N.Y. 1. (Trans.) Thoughts of Blaise Pascal, 
Andover, 1846. 2. Memorabilia of Sylvester Judd, Sr.> 
Northampton, Mass., 1882. Privately printed. 

Hall, Rev. Arthur C. A., M.A., of the Society 
of St. John the Evangelist; rector of the Church of St. 
John the Evangelist, Boston, Mass. 1. Confession and 
the Lambeth Conference, Bost., 1879, Svo. 2. Medita- 
tions on the Creed, N. York, 1880, 32mo. 3. The Ex* 
ample of the Passion : Five Meditations, N. York, 1882, 
32mo. 4. Notes for Meditation upon the Collects for the 
Sundays and Holy Days: Part I., Advent to Trinity, 
Milwaukee, 1887, 16mo. 

Hall, Arthur D* 1. (Trans.) Prince Zilah : a 
Parisian Romance j from the French of Jules Claretie. 
Chic., 1885, 12mo. 2. (Trans.) Marsa : the Gypsy Bride; 
from the French of Jules Claretie. Chic., 1885, 12mo; 
new ed v 18S7. 

Hall, Augusta, Lady Llanover, daughter and 
co-heiress of Benjamin Waddington, of Llanover: mar- 
ried, 1823, to Sir Benjamin Hall, Bart., who was created 
Lord Llanover in 1859, and died in 1867, when the title 
became extinct. 1. (Ed.) The Autobiography and Cor- 
respondence of Mary Granville, Mrs. Delariy : with In* 
terestmg Reminiscences of King George the Third and 
Queen Charlotte, Lon., 1861, 3 vols. Svo ; Second Series. 
Lon., 1862, 3 vols. Svo. (See DEWJKY, MARY, ante, 
vol. i.) 

" The letters are chiefly interesting as specimens of the 
commonplace gossip of good society iri the eighteenth cen- 
tury ." Dwtf of Nat Bfog,, xiv. 310. 

2. Good Cookery Illustrated, and Eecipes communi- 
cated by the Welsh Hermit of the Cell of St. Gover, Lon., 
1867, p. Svo. 

11 That Lady Llanover shows us how to cook good dishes 
we do not deny. The only defect is that the lessons are 
only of use for people who have incomes of one thousand 
pounds a year and upwards,"^, JKev , xxiii, 811. 

Hall, B* JU. Life of &v. John Clark, N, York, 
1856, 12mo ' 

Hall, Benjamin F. 1. The Land-Owner's Manual : 
containing a Summary of Statute Regulations in Now 
York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, <fco., concerning 


Land-Titles, Deeds, Mortgages, &c., Auburn, N Y., 1847, 
12mo. 2. (Ed.) Official Opinions of the Attorneys- 
General of the United States, with Notes: vols i -v 
Wash., 1852, 8vo. 3. The Republican Party and its 
Presidential Candidates- comprising an Accuiate His- 
tory of the Republican Party in the United States, from 
its Origin in 1 796 to its Dissolution m 1832 j of the Win* 
and Democratic Parties during the Interregnum, and of 
its Reformation in 1856, N. York, 1856, 12ino. 4. Meth- 
odism: its Source and the Seeiet of its Power, Lexino-- 
ton. Kv., 1870, 32mo. B 

Hall, Benjamin Homer, [ante, vol. i., HAIL, 
BKNJAMiN,add.,j b. 1830, in Troy, N.Y.; brother of Fitz- 
edward Hall, infra; educated at Harvard, and admitted 
to the bar in 1856. 1. A Collection of College Words 
and Customs, Cambridge, Mass., 1S51, 8vo ; new ed., enl , 

1856. 2. Bibliography of the United States: Vermont, 
N, York, 1860. 3 (Ed.) Tribute of Respect by the 
Citizens of Troy to the Memory of Abraham Lincoln 
Troy, 1865, 8vo. 

Hal I, C. E. Cupid's Curse, and other Tales, Lon , 
1879, Svo. ' 

Hall, Charles, better known as Charles West- 
hall, the pedestrian champion of England. The Modern 
Method of Training for Running, Walking, Rowing, 
and Boxing : including Hints on Exercise, Diet, Cloth- 
ing, <fcc., Lon., 1863, 16mo. 

Hal 1 9 Mrs. Charles. Katie Summers, Lon., 1874, 
sq. 16 mo. 

Hal 1 9 Charles Cuthbert. Necessity and Advan- 
tages of Popular Education in Church Music, N. Yoik, 
1878, 16mo. With LAZAR, SIGISMUND, (ed.) Evangeli- 
cal Hymns, with Tunes, N. York, 1880, cr. Svo. 

Hall, Charles E. 1. The Geology of Philadelphia 
County and of the Southern Parts of Montgomery and 
Bucks* Illust. (Second Geological Survey of Penn- 
sylvania.) Phila., 1881, Svo. 2. The Geology of Lehigh 
and Northampton Counties: Itinerary Survey of the 
Mountains, (Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania,) 
Phila., 1883, 8vo. 

Hall, Charles Francis, 1821-1871, b. at Roches- 
ter, N.H ; was in turn blacksmith, stationer, and en- 
graver. Becoming interested in the fate of Sir John 
Franklin, he devoted himself for years to the study of 
Arctic matters, and made two expeditions fitted out by 
private subscription, and in 1871 sailed on the " Polaris" 
in command of an expedition fitted out by the U.S. gov- 
ernment, but died in October of that year, Arctic Ee- 
pearches and Life among the Esquimaux : Narrative of 
Expedition in Search of Franklin in 1860-62. Illust. 
and Maps N. York, 1864, Svo j Eng. ed., entitled " Life 
with the Esquimaux," Ac., Lon., 1864, 2 vols. Svo. For 
account of the " Polaris'* expedition, see DAVIS, C. H., 

Hall, Rev. Charles Henry, D.D., b. 1820, at 
Augusta, Ga ; graduated at Yale m 1842j studied at 
the Protestant Episcopal Theological Seminary in New 
York ; was ordained m 1845, nnd became rector of Holy 
Trinity, Brooklyn, N Y,, in 1S69. 1 Notes on the Gos- 
pels, N. York, 1857-71, 2 vols. 12ino, 2. True Prot- 
estant Ritualism : being a Review of a Book entitled 
"The Law of Ritualism," Phila., 1867, Svo. 3. Spina 
Christi j or, Musings in Holy Week, N, York, 1875, 32mo. 
4. The Church of the Household, N. York, 1877, 12mo. 

Hall, Charles Radclyffe. -Torquay in its Med- 
ical Aspect as a Resort for Pulmonary Invalids, Lon , 

1857, p. Svo. 

Hall, Charles W 1. Arctic Bovings; or, The 
Adventures of a New Bedford Boy on Sea and Land, 
Bust ,1861, 12mo. 2. Twice Taken : an Historical Ro- 
mance of the British Maritime Provinces, Bost., 1867, 
16mo. 3. Adriftintheloe-Fields. Illust. Bost., 1877, 
12mo. 4. Drifting round the World: a Boy's Adven- 
tures by Sen and Land. Illust. Bos>t, 1881, Svo. 

Hjftll, Mrs. Charlotte. Memoir of Marshall Hall, 
M T>, By his Widow. Lon., 1861, Svo. 

" Dr. Marshall Hall was a remarkable man. Were it 
only that he was the first physiologist to gain a scientific 
knowledge of the function of the spinal marrowa step 
in science which has been ranked a& second only to that 
01 Harvey bis life would deserve a record," Sat. -Rev., 
xtt. 360. 

Hall, Rev. Christopher Newman, LL.B., 
[nwrt, vol. i., HAMD, RBSV. NEWMAN, a,dc!.,] b* *W* at 
Maulstone, Eng. j son of J. V. Hall, (q. v., ontt, ,v&I. i, :) 
was educated at Highbury College, &ad gtfwtoafced tt tb 
University of London, where he gftliwl fete lW'f fellow- 
ship, in I $'12 he became 1 p**ov of tb* Albion (fongre- 


gational Church, Hull, and in 1854 entered upon the 
charge of Surrey Chapel, now Christ Church, London. 
He has twice visited the United States. He has a wide 
popularity as a preacher, and the circulation of some of 
his writings is counted by millions. 1. Divine Social- 
ism j or, The Man Christ Jesus, Lon., 1851, 12ino. 2. 
Seventy Scripture Chants j 3d ed., 1855, 12mo. 3. Con- 
gregationalism for Christ, Lon , 1855, 16mo. 4. Hymns 
and Songs for Bands of Hope, Lon., 1855, 24mo. 5. 
Sacrifice, or, Pardon and Purity through the Cross, Lon,, 
1856, 18mo. 6. Hymns composed at Bolton Abbey, and 
other Rhymes, Lon., 1857, p. Svo. 7. Hints on Preach- 
ing, Lon., 1858, 12mo. 8. Now! Lon., 1858, 12mo; 2d 
ed, 1859. 9. Quench not the Spirit; new ed., Lon., 
1859, ISmo. 10. The Day of Salvation, and other 
Tracts, Lon., 1859, ISmo. 11. The Voice of Jesus, and 
other Tracts, Lon., 1859, ISmo. 12. Christ for Every 
One, Lon., 1860, 18mo. 13. Plain Truths Plainly Put: 
the Sermons to the People of London, preached in St. 
James's Hall and the Theatres, Lon., 1861, 16mo. 14. 
The Holy Catholic Faith, Lon., 1S62, 16mo. 15. The 
Assassination of Abraham Lincoln : a Lecture, Lon., 
1865, 16ino. 16. The Cardinal and the Encyclical, [of 
8th Dec , 1864 ] a Lecture to Young Men, Lon., 1865, Svo. 
17. The Antidote to Fear, Lon , 1866, Svo. Anon. 18. 
Homeward Bound, and other Sermons, Lon., 1869, p. Svo. 
19. Pilgrim Songs in Cloud and Sunshine, Lon., 1870, 
12mo. 20. Liverpool to St. Louis, Lon., 1870, [1869.] 
21. Conflict and Victory : an Autobiography, Lon., 1874, 
12mo. 22. Prayer, its Reasonableness and Efficacy, 
Lon., 1875, 16mo. 23. The Lord's Prayer: a Practical 
Meditation, Lon., 1883, Svo. 24. The Coming of the 
Lord, Lon, 1884, 16mo. 25. Songs of Heaven and 
Earth, Lon., 1885, p. Svo. Also, many single sermons, 
lectures, and addresses. 

Hall, Mrs* Christopher Newman. 1. Through 
the Tyrol to Venice, Lon., 1860, cr. Svo. 2. Sketches 
and Recollections. Illust. Lon., 1879, p. Svo. 

Hall, Clara Oakey. Sweet Bells Jangled: a 
Dramatic Lo\e-Tale, N. York, 1876, Svo. 

Hall, D. New Hampshire Superior Court Reports, 
vols Ivi-lvii., Concord, 1876-77, Svo. 

Hall, E. JVIunster Fireside j or, The Barrys of 
Beigh, Lon., 1875, 12mo. 

Hall, E. C. S. The European in India with 
Mair's Medical Guide ; 3d ed , Lon., 1878, cr. Svo. 

Hall, E. Garnett. Bay Leaves: a Tribute to 
England's Heroes, [veise,] Lon., 1878, 12mo. 

Hall, E. H. National Tax as Amended, N. York, 
1863, 12mo. 

Hal 1 9 Rev. Edward Brooks, [ante, vol. i., add.] 
Sermons, 1832-66 with Memoir, Bost., 1867, 16mo. 

Hall, Rev* Edward H*, a Unitarian minister. 
1. Ten Lectures on Orthodoxy and Heresy in the Chris- 
tian Church, Bost., 1883, 16mo. 2. Lessons on the Life 
of St. Paul, drawn from the Acts and the Epistles; 2d 
ed.. Bost., 1886, 16mo. 

Hall, Edward Hepple, F.S.S. 1. Ho! for the 
West!!! the Traveller and Emigrant's Hand-Book to 
Canada and the Northwest States of America, Lon., 
1856, Svo j 3d ed., 1858. 2. The Great West: Emigrants', 
Settlers', and Travellers" Guide- and Hand-Book to the 
States of California and Oregon and the Territories 
of Nebraska, Utah, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, 
Washington, and Arizona, N, York, 1864, 16mo; new 
ed., Lon., 1867. 3. Appleton's Hand Book of American 
Travel : the Southern Tour, N. York, 1866, 12moj 9th 
annual ed., 1869. 4. The Summer Tourist's Vacation- 
Guide to American Watering-PIaces. Maps, &c. N. 
York, 1869, 18mo. 5. Page's Hand-Book to Brighton 
and its Vicinity: with Short Tours to East and West 
Sussex, Lon., 1871, Svo ; new ed., rev. and enl., Brighton, 
187&. 6. The Picturesque Tourist: a Handy Guide 
round the World, Lon., 1877, p. Svo. 7. Coffee-Taverns, 
Cocoa-Houses, and Coffee-Palaces J their Rise, Progress, 
and Prospects, Lon., 1878, fp. Svo. 8. Lands of Plenty : 
British North America for Health, Sport, and Profit, 
Lon , 1879, p. Svo. 9. The Home Colony : a Guide for 
Investors and Settlers in Newfoundland, Lon., 18S2, Svo. 

Hall, Edwardi Potter. (Trans.) Early Sources 
of English Unitarian Christianity, by G-aston Bonet- 
Mawy : with a Preface, by James Martineau, Lon., 1884. 

Hall, Rev* Edward Vine? M.A., graduated at 
Msgcklen College, Oxford, 1859; ordained ISSlj vicar 
of ' 6*nng <3Jrbra, Middlesex, 1 $70-78 5 curate in charge 
o^'Si Nicholas, Worcester, 1879-81 j min-or canon, pre- 
efentor, and sacrist of Worcester Cathedral since 1S77 



he Waiting Saviour, and other Sermons, Lon., 1875, 
o. 2. Sermons preached in Worcester Cathedral, 
, 1887, 12mo. 3. Fourteen Short Sermons, Worces- 
1887, 12mo. 

Hall, Elfin," (Pseud.) See PEBRT, MRS. B. C., 

Jail, Eugene J. 1. Poems of the Farm and Fire- 
3, Chic., 1874. 2. Lyrics of Home-Land, Chic., 1881, 

ETall, Fitzedward, D.C.L.,b. 1825, at Troy, N.Y ; 
uduated at Harvard in 1846, and went to India, 
ere in 1850 he became tutor, and in 1853 professor, in 
s government college at Benares. In 1862 he went to 
ndon and was made professor of Sanskrit and Indian 
risprudence in King's College. Since 1869 he has 
sided at Marlesford, Suffolk. He has edited Sanskrit 
sts, contributed on philological subjects to reviews 
d periodicals, and assisted in the preparation of the 
BW English Dictionary. 1. A Contribution towards 
i Index to the Bibliography of the Indian Pbilosoph- 
al Systems, Calcutta, 1859, Svo. (Published by order 
' the government of the Northwest Provinces.) 2. 
Crans.) A Rational Refutation of the Hindu Pfailosoph- 
,al Systems; from the Original Hindi of Nilakautha 
stri, Lon., 1862. Svo. 3. (Ed.) Ane Compendious and 
Ireue Tractate [in verse] eoncernyng ye Office and Dewtie 
f Kyngis. Laithe compyht by W. Lauder. (Early Bng. 
'ext Soc ) Lon., 1864, Svo. 4. Benares, Ancient and 
edia57al : a Monograph, Hertford, 1868, Svo. 5. (Bi.) 
Che Historie of ane Nobil and Wailzeand Sqvyer, Wil- 
iam Meldrum. Compylit by Sir Dauid Lyndesay of the 
MEont. (Early Bng. Text Soc.) Lon., 1868-69, 2 parts, 
Jvo. 6. (Ed.) Poetical Works of Wiilmm Lauder, Lon., 
1870, Svo. 7. Recent Exemplifications of False Philol- 
ogy, N. York, 1872, 12nio. 

"His chief exemplar of false philology is Mr Richard 
Grant White, as exhibiting himself m the volume 
entitled ' Words and their Uses ' . . Dr Hall's criticisms 
. . . are throughout pungent and able " Nation, zvi. 334. 

8. Modern English, Lon , 1873, p. Svo. 

*' An attempt to show how the English of to-day differs 
from that of our grandfathers, and to vindicate the change 
as proper growth . . It is a hard prebsed pack of facts. 
. . . When it is added that the facts are selected, with 
clear-headedness aad sound judgment, . . . and that the 
matter is m ^reat part new and either supplements in im- 
portant particulars or contradicts our best dictionaries 
about the history of familiar words, every student of Eng-- 
lish will see that be needs the book and owes the author 
no stinted thanks." Nation, xvm. 138 

" He does not criticise , he reviles. He seems to be in a 
passion from one end of his book to the other , . . The 
"book has its use m one way, as any collection of obsolete, 
Tincommon, or novel words and meanings of words has 
its use/* Sat. Ren., xxxvn 25. 

" Mr Hall shows that our language, like every other lan- 
guage that possesses any vitality at all, is in a state of con- 
stant flux and change and. perpetually endeavours to renew 
its youth. ... It [the book] abounds with a rich store of 
quotations such as has seldom "been equalled For every 
word that is discussed there are crowds of reference," 
"WALTER W. SKEA.T : Acad., v, 97. 

9. On English Adjectives in -able, with Special Refer- 
ence to Reliable, Lon., 1877, p. Svo. 

11 We can heartily commend this monograph to such, as 
care for the history of our language la illustrating a 
particular class of words, it shows clearly enough how 
other classes of words may be profitably studied.' WAL- 
TER W SKEAT : Acad , xn. 260. 

"This small but pregnant book deserves the admiration 
not, only of those who have been annoyed by purists and 
di&gusted by philological charlatans, but by all who desire 
an accurate knowledge of the development of their 
mother-tongue "Nation, xxvi 138, 

Hall, Florence Howe* l. Social Customs, Bost., 
1887, 12ino. 2. The Correct Thing in Good Society. By 
the Author of "Social Customs/' Bost., 1888, 24rtno. 

Hall, Frederic, a legal adviser to Maximilian, 
Emperor of Mexico. Life of Maximilian L, Late Em- 
peror of Mexico : with a Sketch of the Empress Carlotta, 
KYork, 1868, 32mo. 

Hall, Frederic T., RR.A.S. The Pedigree of 
the Devil. Illust. Lon., 1883, Svo. 

Hall, Rev. Frederick, M,A., graduated at Jesus 
College, Oxford, 1862; ordained 1863; curate of St. 
Mary's, Wolverhampton, 1863-65; rector of Ifryern 
Barnet, diocese of London, since 1882. 1. A Short His- 
torical Account of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter, 
Wolverhampton. Iltust. Lon., 1865, Svo. 2. Fasting 
Deception of the Blessed Sacrament, a, Custom of the 
Church Catholic, Lon,, 1881, 12ino. 

Hall, Mrs. Frederick J. I The Wext of Kin : 


a Novel, Lon., 1854, 3 vols. p Svo. 2. The Knave of 
Hearts: a Novel, Lon., 1858, 3 vols p. Svo. 

Hall, Frederick James, and Twells, Philip. 
Reports of Cases argued and determined in the Uigh 
Court of Chancery during the Tune of Lord Chancellor 
Cottenham, Lon., 1 850-0 1, 2 vols. Svo. 

Hall,, G, C. Causes of Blindness in India. Treat- 
ment and Cure, Allahabad, 1881, Svo. 

Hall, George, M.D An Excursion from Jerielio 
to the Ruins of the Ancient Cities of Geraza and Amman 
in the Country East of the River Jordan. By G-. II. 
Lon , 1852, Svo. 

Hall 9 George Barnes. Historical Sketches and 
Events m the Colonization of Ameiiea nnd the Out- 
growth of our Country. Illut. Minneapolis, 1 888, Svo. 

Hall, George Berringer. Reeouls of St. Al- 
phege, London Wall : compiled from, its Ancient Docu- 
ments, Lon., 1882, Svo. 

Halt, George James. Sought and Saved: a 
Prize Essay on Ragged Schools and Kindred Institutions, 
Lon., 1855, 12mo 

Hall, Granville Stanley, Ph B., b. 1845, at Ash- 
field, Mass ; graduated at Williams College 1867 j 
studied at Berlin, Bonn, Heidelberg, and Leipsic, pro- 
fessor of psychology at Johns Hopkins University 1882- 
88, and since then president of Clark University, Wor- 
cester, Mass. 1. (Trans ) Hep:cl as the Nationnl 
Philosopher of Germany, by J K. F. Rosenkranz, St. 
Louis, Mo., 1874, Svo. 2, Aspects of Geiman Cultute 
a Volume of Essays and Criticism, Bost., 1881, 12mo. 

3. (Ed.) Pedagogical Library, voL L : Methods of 
Teaching History. By G. Diesterweg, Professors H. B. 
Adams, C. K. Adams, J. W. Burgess, E. Emerton, W. 
E. Allen, and T. W. Higginson. Bost., 1883, 12mo ; 3d 
ed., 1885. With MANSFIELD, JOHN M., Hints toward a 
Select and Descriptive Bibliography of Education : ar- 
ranged by Topics and indexed by Authors, Bost., 1880, 

Hall, H* T, 1. Shaksperean Fly-Leaves and Jot- 
tings; new ed., enl., Lon., 1871, Svo. 2. Shakepere's 
Plays, the Separate Editions of, with the Alteiations 
done by Various Hands; 2d ed , Cambridge, 1880, Svo. 

Hall 9 Henry. Manual of South African Geog- 
raphy, Cape Town, 1859, Svo. 

Hall 9 Henry, a journalist. 1. American Naviga- 
tion : with some Account of the Causes of its Former 
Prosperity and Present Decline, N. York, 1880, Svo. 2. 
Report on the Ship-Building Industry of the United 
States, (Tenth Census,) Wash., 1884, 4to. 

Hall, Henry, assistant surgeon, War Department. 
Vocabulary of Technical Terms, in Eight Languages, 
Lon., 1865, 3 parts, obi 16mo 

Hall, Rev. Henry Armstrong, educated nt 
Trinity College, Dublin, and King's College, London; 
ordained 1876 j vicar of Holy Trinity, Bristol, 1880- 
85 ; vicar of Spring Grove, Hestoti, since 1888. Advent 
Counsel, and other Sermons, Bristol, 1880. 

Hall, Major Herbert Byng. 1. Spain and the 
Seat of War in Spain, Lon., 1837, p, Svo. 2 Scones ut 
Home and Abroad, Lon., 1839, p. Svo. 3. Highland 
Sports and Highland Quarters, Lon., 1847, 2 vols p Svo. 

4. Exinoor; or, Pootsteps of fit. Hubert in the Wot, 
Lon., 3849* 5. (Ed.) The Sportsman and his Dog; or, 
Hints on Sporting, Lon., 1850, 12mo, Anon. 6. Scot- 
tish Sports and Pastimes, Lon., I860, 12mo. 7. The 
West of England and the Exhibition of 1851. Illuyt. 
Lon., 1851, p. Svo. 8. Brooklands : a Sporting Biogra- 
phy, Lon., 1352, 2 vols p, Svo. 9. Mary ; a Daughter 
of the English Peasantry, Lon., 1853, 3 vols. p. Svo, 
10. Soldiers and Sailors in Peace as in War, Lon., 1855, 
12rno, 11. Sa-yah ; or, The Couiier to the East, Lou , 
1856 a 12mo. 12. The Queen's Messenger j or, Travels in 
the Highways and Byeways of Europe, Lon., 1865, p. 
8vo; new ed., 1873. 13. Sport and its Pleasures, Phyy- 
ical and (^astronomical } 2d ed , Lon., 1868, Svo. 34. 
Adventures of a Bric-& Brae Hunter, Lon, 1868, p, 8vt>; 
new ed., entitled "The Bric-a-Brac Hunter; or, Chap- 
ters on Chmnmaaia," 1875. 

" Major Hall says that for many vears he has followed 
the pursuit of a collector throughout the length and 
breadth of Europe, and, while speaking of himself and Ins 
performances in most unpretending fashion, contrives to 
give his reader a good deal of inibrmauon." Speotator, 

15. The Pigskins Abroad, Lon., 1870, p. Svo. 10. 
Luoullus j or, Palatable Essays, Lon., 1878, 2 vols. p. Svo. 

Hall, Hiland, (Vmte, vol. i., add.,] 1795-1886, gov- 
ernor of Vermont 1 858-60 ; president of the Vermont 


Historical Society. The History of Vermont from its 
Discovery to 1791, Albany, 1868, Svo. Also, single 
speeches and addresses. 

Hall, Rev. Hilkiah Bedford. 1. Proofs of 
the Divinity of Christ, Lon , 1853, 12mo. 2 A Com- 
panion to the Authorized Version of the New Testament : 
being Emendatory Notes with Explanatory Observations, 
Lon., 1857, Svo; 2d ed., rev. and enl., 1861. 3. The 
Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Colossians : a revised 
Tianslation, Lon., 1859, Svo 4. 'HAias npotfnjnjs, John 
Baptist : being a Course of Advent Leituieb, Lon., 1S63, 
Svo. 5. "H eTTuJMiLVfua evayyeAweif The Fulneas of the Man- 
ifestation of Jesus Christ being a Coui&e of Epiphany 
Lectures, Lon., 1863, 12mo. 

Hall , Hubert, b. 1857, at Hesley Hall, Notting- 
hamshire ; educated at Shrewsbury School and privately, 
appointed to a post in the Public Record Ofiice 1879 ; a 
Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and of the Royal 
Historical Society, and a member of the Pipe Roll and 
Selden Societies, &<*. 1. The History of the Custom- 
Revenue in England, from the Earliest Times to the 
Year 1827: compiled exclusively fioin Original Authoii- 
ties, Lon., 1885, 2 vols. 

" As far as we have been able to test his work, it seems 
almo&tfree from inaccuracy." Ath., No 3017. 

2. Society in the Elizabethan Age. Illust. 1886, Svo. 
(Contents. The Landlord; the Steward; the Tenant, 
the Burgess; the Merchant; the Host, the Courtier; 
the Churchman; the Official ; the Lawyer, Appendices.) 

" He is a complete master of the complex economic his- 
tory of the time ; and it is. not the least ol the various merits 
of his book that it follows out such familiar but abstract 
facts as the competition for land or the general rise oi 
prices in ail the graphic detail of individual lives. . . The 
lives of Gresharn, Popham, ' Wild' Dairell, Bishop Cox, of 
Ely, and several minor figures, are illuminated by a host 
of details in great part new 'Wild' Dairell is in some 
sort, as Mr Hall confesses, the hero of a book otherwise 
devoted to marring, rather than making, reputations." 
Acad. t xxxi 20 

Hall, Isaac Hollister, b. 1837, at Norwalk, 
Conn., son of Edwin Hall, D.D., (q. v., ante, vol. i ) 
giaduated at Hamilton College 1859, and at Columbia 
Law School 1865 ; was for two years a professor in the 
Protestant college at Benut, Syria, and since 1884 has 
been lecturer on New Testament Greek in Johns Hopkins 
University. 1. American Greek Testaments: Critical 
Bibliography of the Greek New Testament as published 
in America : with Two Fac-Simile Illustrations, Phila , 
1883, 12mo. 2. (Ed.) Reproduction in Phototype of the 
Syrian Antilegomena Epibtles, <fcc. Plates. Bait., 1886, 

Hall, J. 1. Legends of the West, Cin., 1869, 12ino. 
2. Romance of Western History, <fcc., Cm , 1869, 12nio. 

11 all , Rev* J. A* Glimpses of Great Fields, Lon., 
1888, 12mo. 

Hall, J. G. Shakespeare vs. Ingersoll, Cleveland, 
0., 1888, 12mo. 

Hall, James, LL.D., [ante, vol. i., the fifth of the 
name there mentioned, add.,] has been director of the 
New York State Museum since 1866, and ia also the 
State geologist. 1. Contributions to the Palaeontology 
of New York, N. York, 1859. 2. Natural History of the 
State of New York: Palaeontology, vol. iii., part n. 
Plates, Albany, 1861. 3, Natural History of the State 
of New York : Palaeontology, vol. iv., part i. Text and 
Plates. Albany, 1867, 4to. 4. Descriptions of New 
Species of Fossils from the Niagara Formation at Wai- 
dron, Indiana, N. York, 1879, Svo. With WHITNBT, 
J, X). ; 1. Keport of the Geological Survey of the State 
of Iowa: vol. i., N. York, 1860. 2. Report on the Geo- 
logical Survey of the State of Wisconsin, N. York, 1862, 

Hall, James, of Nantwioh. A History of the 
Town and Parish of Nantwich, or Wich-Malbank, in the 
County Palatine of Chester, Norwich, 1883, 4to. Pri- 
vately printed. 

Hall, Rev* John, D.I)., LL.D., b. 1829, in County 
Armagh, Ireland, and educated at Belfast College; was 
licensed to preach in 1849, and, after serving as mission- 
ary in the west of Ireland, and holding pastorates in 
Armagh and Dublin, removed to the United States in 
1867, to become pastor of the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian 
Church, New York. 1. AH the Way Across, Phila,, ISmo. 
2. The Chief End of Man an Exposition of the First 
Ans wer of the Shorter Catechism, Phila., 1 8mo. 3. Famil- 
iar Talks to Boys, N. York, 12mo, 4. How to Study an 
International Sabbath-School Lesson, Phila., 1 6mo. 5, 
Mmor Characters of the Bible, Phila., 18mo. 6. The Only 


Bule of Faith : an Exposition of the Second Answer of 
the Shorter Catechism, Phila., ISmo. 7. Sabbath-School 
Theology; or, Conversations with a Class, Phila., 18mo. 
8. The Sower and the Seed, Phila., ISmo. 9. (Ed.) 
Family Prayers, for Four Weeks, N York, 1868, 12mo. 
10. Care cast upon the Lord, N. Yoik, 1869, 24mo. 
U. Papers for Home Reading, N. York, 1871, 12mo. 
12. Questions of the Day, N. York, 1S73, ISrno. 13. 
Pleaching: Manner and Matter, N. York, 1874, 12mo. 
14. Thoughts for the Old Year and the New, N. York, 
1874, 32mo. 15. Why Weepest Thou? N. York, 1874, 
32mo. 16. God's Word through Preaching, (Lyman 
Beecher Lectures, Yale College,) N. York, 1875, 12mo. 
17. Memorials of Wesleyan Mimsteis from 1777 to 
1S40, Lon., 1876, Svo. IS. You and your Children 5 or, 
Happy Homes, and how to make them, 1877. 19. 
Foundation Stories for Young Builders, Lon., 1881, 
18iuo. 20. A Christian Home: how to make and how 
to maintain it, Lon., 1SS4, 12mo. 21. (Ed ) Family 
Prayers for Working- People, for Four Weeks, Edin., 
1885 t sm. cr. Svo. With CUTLER, T. L., and BEECHER, 
H. W., Successful Preaching, N. York, 1871, 18mo. 
With STUART, GEORGE H., The American Evangelists, 
D. L. Moody and Ira D. Sankey, in Great Britain and 
Ireland, N York, I2rno. 

Hall, Rev. John, Independent minister of Union 
Chapel, Brixton. 1. Missions at Home: the Christian 
Patriot's Kennedy for his Country's Danger, Lon*,, 1856, 
12mo. 2. The Believer's Peace: In Memoriam of his 
Royal Highness the Prince Consort, Lon , 1862, Svo. 

Hall 9 John, M.R.O.S. Drink-Thirst j its Medical 
Tieatment. Lon., 1SS1, Svo. 

Hall, Rev. John, of Trenton. Henry Martyn and 
his Missionary Work in the East, Phila., 1SS3, 16mo. 

Hall 9 John Carey, educated at Queen's University, 
Ireland, called to the bar at the Middle Temple 1881 ; 
assistant Japanese secietary at Tokio 1882. (Trans ) A 
Geaeial View of Chinese Civilization, by P. Lafitte, 1887, 

Hall, John Charles. 1. Bedside Sketches; On 
the Treatment of Thoracic Consumption, Lon., 1850, Svo. 

2. Prevention of Cholera ; 2d ed., enl , Lon., 1853, Svo. 

3. Hints on the Pathology, &c., of Thoracic Consump- 
tion. Illust. 3d ed , eul.,* Lon., 1856, 12mo. 4. On tne 
Pievention and Treatment of the Sheffield Grinders' Dis- 
ease, Lon., 1857, Svo. 5. Medical Evidence on Bailway 
Accidents, Lon., 1868, 8vo. 

Hall, John Edward, M.A., b. 1837; educated at 
Queen's College, Oxford j called to the har at Lincoln's 
Inn 1862. A Treatise on the Law relating to Profits 
a Prendre and Rights of Common, Lon,, 1871, Svo. 

Hail, John K. 1. Master Workman and Masonic 
Monitor, Bost , 1864, 12mo. 2. Master Key to the Treas- 
ures of the Royal Arch, 1866, 24mo, 3. Freemason's 
Monitor : a List of All the Lodges in the State of Massa- 
chusetts, Bost., 1869, 18mo. 4. Masonic Prayers, Bost., 
1870, sq. 4to. 

Hall , John Paxton* Guide to the Three Services, 
Civil, Naval, and Military, Lon., 1860, 12moj 2d ed., 

Hall, John Vine, \ante> vol. i., add.,] 1774-1860, 
b at Diss, Norfolk; a bookseller at Maidstone 1814-50. 
" The Sinner's Friend," mentioned ante, vol. i,, was first 
published in 1821, It has been translated into thirty 
languages, and has reached a circulation of nearly thre* 
millions of copies. Conflict and Victory : the Autobiog- 
raphy of the Author of " The Sinner's Friend." Edited 
by Newman Hall. Lon., 1865, p. Svo. 

Hall, John William. The Coal-Mmes Regula- 
tion Act, 1872 : with Explanatory Introduction and Notes, 
Wolverhampton, 1872, Svo. 

Hall, Rev. Joseph, M.A., graduated at Corpus 
Christi College, Cambridge, 1844 j ordained 1844; rector 
of Knockholt, Kent, 1855. 1. Earnest Lovelate, Lon., 
1864, 18mo. 2. Ears and Tongues, Lon., 1S64, ISrno. 
3. The Fatal Step of Pliant Bibitor : a True Narrative, 
Lon., 1864, 12mo, 4. What is the Good of Confirmation ? 
a Question Answered, Lon., 1864, 16mo. 5. Eden's 
Symbols, Lon., 1865, 16mo. 

Hall, Rev. Joseph, Wesleyan Methodist minis- 
ter. 1. Memorials of Wesleyan Methodist Ministers; 
or, The Yearly Death-Roli from 1777 to 1840, Lon,, 1S76, 
Svo. 2. Hall's Circuits and Ministers : an Alphabetical 
List of the Circuits in Great Britain, with the Names of 
the Ministers stationed in each Circuit, from 1765 to 
1885, Lon., 1886, Svo. 

Hall, Joseph Sparkes. Book of the Feet: a 


History of Boots and Shoes j 2d ed., Lon., 1847, 18mo , 
new ed , 1850, 12mo. 

Hall, Julia G. The Dream of Home, and other 
Poems, Lou , 1868, 8vo. 

Hall, Julius* Practical Suggestions to All In- 
yentors and Patentees and Purchasers of Patents, Lon , 
1872, 870 

Hall, Ii* A* 1 Prejudice Lost and Love Won Lon , 
12mo 2 The Story of a Pebble, Lon , t2mo 6 Which 
was the Bravest? and other Stories, Lon , 1864, I2mo 

Hall, .Lewis A,, M D The Farmer's Railroad s or, 
A Treatise uniting Mental with Corporal Efforts in the 
Improvement of the Farmer and the Farm, Trenton, 
1856, 8vo 

Hall, Louise Gardiner* Manna, Night and 
Moinmg, N York, 188% 24mo 

Hall, Iiymau W. Elementary Outline of Mental 
Philosophy, Columbus, , 1850, 12mo 

Hall, flf* (Trans) A Perilous Venture, from the 
German of G- von Meyern, Loa , 1884, p 8vo 

Hall, Mi I>. 1 Suggestions for the Repression of 
Crime, Lon, 1857, 8vo 2 Our Exemplars, Poor and 
Eieh Biographical Sketches, Lon ,1861, 12mo 

Hall 9 firs. M* G, C. A Lady's Life on a Farm m 
Manitoba, Lou , 1884, fp Bvo 

Hall, fltaria. &uide to English Orthography, Lon , 
18t)l, 12mo 

Hall, Mrs. Marie, (Sib ree,) [ante, vol ii SIBBBE, 
MARIE, add ] 1 A Roman Pamter and his Model, Lon , 
1870, p 8vo 2 Andrew Marvell and his Friends 
Story of the Siege of Hull, Lon , 1874, p Svo, 4th ed , 
1884 3. GabrieUa, or, The Spmt of Song, Lon , 1878, 
12mo 4. The White Rose of Dereham, Loa , 1878, 12ino 
5 Noble, hut not the Noblest, Lon , 1833, p Svo. 

Hail, Mary L. Preparation a Novel, N. York, 
188,$, I2mo, 

Hall, Mary Stuart* Blanche's Wanderings , or, 
The Guiding Hand, Lon., 1857, Svo. 

Hall, Mrs, Matthew, [ante, vol i., add ,] d 1873 
The Royal Princesses of England, from the Reign of 
George the First, Lon., 1858, p Svo, new ed,, 187 1. 

Hall 9 Miranda* Fairy Spinner, and "Out of 
Date or Not/' Lon , 1874, 12mo. 

Hall, R., MB. 1 Modern Spiritism its Origin, 
Claims, and Ultimatum, Melbourne, 1878, Svo 2 Signs 
of the Times a Prophetic Study of the Eo-stern Ques- 
tion and its Ultimate Results the Whereabouts of the 
Lost Ten Tribes of Israel, Melbourne, 1878, Svo 

Hall, R. A* Swedenborgianistn j or, An Assault on 
Christian Doctrine, Lon , 1888, p Svo 

Hall, Rev. Robert, Independent minister, of Bir- 
mingham 1 The Half-Crown and his Philosophy , or, 
Tales and Dialogues for the Young, Birmingham, 1S59, 
Svo. 2 A Book of Varieties consisting of Original 
Fables, Narratives, Letters, Odea, &c , Lon , 1863, 12mo 

Hall, Key* Robert, M A , graduated at Christ's 
College, Cambridge, 1850 , ordamed IS55 , vicar of Flax- 
ley, Gloucestershire, 1S76-S3 , rector of Saul, Glouces- 
tershire, since 188&. On the Dootrme of Typical Rela- 
tion in Holy Scripture, Lon , 1876, 12mo 

Hall, Robert. 1* The Highland Sportsman, a 
Compendious Sporting Q-uide to the Highlands of Sect- 
land. Maps and Blust Lon, 18S2, p Svo 2. The 
Highland Sportsman and Tourist, Lou , 1885, p Svo 
3. The Scottish Sportsman and Tourist a Complete 
Guide to Scotland, <&e , Lon , 1887, Svo 

Hall, Robert W. The Foth&rgill Dry Process m 
Photography its Simplicity and Certainty, Lon-, I860, 
cr Svo 

Hall, S* J. Morning Studies and Evening Pas- 
times, Lon , 1872, Svo 

Hall, S* R. Alphabet of Geology and Mineralogy. 
Boat, 1869, Umo. 

Hall, S. W. The Law of Impersonation as applied 
to Abstract Ideas, Lon , 1861 

Hall, Salem. 1. On a Candlestick, Lon , 1880, sq. 
l$mo 2 Mistress Mary's Garden, Lon , 1881 , p. Svo 
3. Made on Purpose; * Story of Russian Life, Lon., 
1S87, ISmo. With EOPBS, MART E . Seven Steps TIp- 
war<* Stories, Ion , 1884, Svo 

Hall, Rev. Samuel. Solomon and Ezekiel Har- 
monized; or, Two Cntioal Portions of Scripture com- 
pared and explained, Lon f 1855, 12mo 

HalI T Samuel Carter, F.S.A., [>nte, vol. i., add,,] 
l$ai-1889, called to the bar at the Inner Temple in 
1841 , began his professional career as a gallery reporter 
for tfce flew Times In 1825 he established the Amulet, 


of which he was for many years the editor In 1830 he 
succeeded Campbell as editor of the New Monthly Mag- 
aaine, and in 1839 established the Art Journal, which 
he edited till 1SSO 1 Poems, Lon , 1850, 4to Printed 
for private circulation 2 (Ed ) The Royal Gallery of 
Art, Ancient and Modern Engravings from the Pnvat;e 
Collections of the Queen and Prmce Albert and the 
Heirlooms of the Crown, Lon , 1358-59, 3 vols fal 3 
A Book of Memories of Great Men and Women of the 
Age from Personal Acquaintance, Lon , 1 870, Svo 4 
Wimbledon Illustrative Details concerning the Parish 
with Descnptions oi the Wimbledon Park Estate, Lon , 
1872, Svo 5 The Trial of Sir Jasper a Temperance 
Tale, in Verse, Lon, 1873, sq 16mo, new ed , 1883, 
12mo 6 An Old Story a Temperance Tale, in Verse, 
Lon , 1875, Svo , 2d ed , 1876 7 A Memory of Thomas 
Moore, Lon , 1879, 4to 8 Khymes in Council Apho- 
risms Versified, Lon , 1881, 4 to 9 Retrospect of along 
Life, flom 1815 to 1883, Lon , 1883, 2 vols 

"A curious medley of reminiscences, tea table gossip, 
moralizing reflections, critical judgments, and peisonal 
revelations "Mh 9 No 2896 

10 The Use of Spmtualum, Lou , 1884, Svo With 
HALL, MBS ANNA MARIA 1 The Forlorn Hope a 
Story of Old Chelsea, n d , 4to 2 Book of Royalty 
Characteristics of British Palaces, 1838, r 4to S Juve- 
nile Budget of Little Stones, 18*8, 36mo 4 A Week 
at Killarney, Lon , 1848, or Svo , new ed , 1865 5 The 
Swan's Egg, Lon , 1851, ISmo 6 Hand-Books to Ire- 
land, 1354, 4 vols fp Svo 7 Adventures of Biddy 
Doiking, Lon , 1857, 12mo 8 A Woman's Story, Lon , 
1857, 3 vols p Svo 9. 2 he Lucky Penny, and other 
Tales, Lon , lt>57, 12mo 10 Daddy Dacre's School for 
the Young, Lon , 1858, 18mo 11 Boys* Book, 1859, p 
Svo 12 The Book of the Thames, from its Rise to its 
Fall, Lon, 1S59, 4to, new eds , 1864, 1866, 1869 13, 
Tenby its History, Antiquities, Scenery, Traditions, and 
Custom**, Lon , 1 860 , 2d ed , rev , 1 873 14 The Book of 
South Wales the Wye and the Coast Illust Lon , 
I860, fp 4to 15 Juvenile Forget- IVLe-Nota, Lon , 1862, 
16mo 16 A Companion to Killarney Illust and 
Map Lon f 1878, Svo With JEWETT, LLEWELLYN, 
Hiddon Hall an Illustrated Guide with Notices of 
Button, Bakewell, and other Places in the Neighbour- 
hood, Buxton, 1871, Svo 

Hall, Samuel Roniilly, Wesleyan minister, d 
1876 Illustrative Records of John Wesley and Early 
Methodism, Lon , 1856, Svo For biog , see NIGHTIN- 

Hall, Sarah J. Lessons from Women's Lives, 
Edin , 1866, 12mo 

Hall, Spencer, r S A , 1806-1875, b in Ireland, 
was librarian of the Athenaeum Club, London, 183^- 
1875. 1 Suggestions for the Classifi cation of the Li- 
brary now collecting at the Athenaeum, Lon, 1838, Svo 
Printed for private circulation 2 Letter to John Mur- 
ray upon an JSsthetic Edition of the Works of Shake- 
speare, Lon,, 1841, Svo 3 Ecbyngham of Echyngham, 
Lon , 1850, Svo 4 Notices ot Sepulchral Memorials 
at Etchmgham, Sussex, and of the Church nt that Plnce, 
Lon, 1851, Svo 5 (Ed and trans) Documents from 
Siruancas relating to the Reign of Elizabeth, (1558-68,) 
from the Spanish of Bon Tom&s Gonssalos, Lon , 1865, 
Svo 6 Eiaucesea da Kimiui, Lon , 1874, Svo. (Tians- 
lated from Dante ) 

Hall, Spencer Timothy, 1812-1885, b near Sut- 
ton-in-Ashfeeld, Nottinghamshire, became a printer and 
bookseller, a lecturer on mesmerism, and a homoeopathic 
doctor. His mesmerio cure of Harriet Marti neau ia 
related in her autobiography 1 The forester's Offer- 
ing, Lon, 1841, 12mo 2 Phreno-Magnet, and Mirror 
of Nature, Lon , 1844, 12tno }* Me&ioeiio Experiences, 
Lon, 1845, 12mo 4 The Upland Hamlet, and other 
Poems, Lon , 1847, 32roo 6 Life and Death m Ire- 
land as witnessed in 1819, Manchester, 1850, 12mo 6, 
Homoeopathy : a Testimony , 2d ed , Lon , 1852, 12to 
7 The Peak and the Plain Scenes in Woodland, Held, 
and Mountain, Lon , 1853, I2mo. 8 Days m Derby- 
shire Illust, Lon, 1863, p Svo 9. Biographical 
Sketches of Remarkable People, chiefly from Personal 
Recollection vnth Miscellaneous Papers and Poems, 
Lon , 187 S, 8vo, 10, Pendle Hill and its Surroundings, 
including Burnley and its Boundaries, Lon , 1877, 12 mo. 
11, Lays from the Lakes, and other Poems, Eochdale. 
1878, Svo* Also, guide-booka. 

HaU, Sydney Prior. Sketches from an Artist's 
Portfolio, [with descriptive letter-press,] Lon , 1875, fol. 



Hall, T, 1. The Cloud of Witnesses. 2. Things 
Old and New; or, The Evangelist and Missionary's 
Hand-Book: Essays and Discourses, Lon., 18S4, Svo. 

Hall, T. wight. Hudson and its Tributary 
Region, Hudson, Wis., 1857, 12rao. 

Hall, Theodore Hall, M.A., b. 1854, graduated 
at University College, Oxford, 1876; called to the bar at 
Lincoln's Inn 1883. 1. The Law of Allotments: being a 
Treatise on the Law relating to the Allotment of Land 
for the Labouring Poor, Lon., 1886, 8\o 2 The Allot- 
ments Act, 1887 . with Regulations, &c., of Local Gov- 
ernment Board, Lon., 1888, r Svo. 

Hall, Theophilus Parsons. (Ed.) Genealogi- 
cal Notes relating to the Families of Hon Lyman Hall 
of Georgia, Hon. S. Holden Parsons Hall of Einghatn- 
ton, New York, and Hon Nnthun Kel&ey Hall of Buffalo, 
New York. Illust. Albany, 1886, Svo Printed lor 
private distribution. 

Hall, Theresa Oakey. 1 A Christmas Journey, 
and other Stories, N. Yoik, 1872, 16mo. 2. Nuts for 
Christmas Cracking. Illubt. N. Yoik, 1874, sq. Svo. 
3. Her Mother's Fancy, Bost , 1875, 12mo. 

Hall, Thomas Bartlett. 1. Three Aiticles on 
Modern Spmtuahsrn. By a Bible Spiritualist. Bost., 
3863. 2. Legal Status of Patents, Cleveland, 0, 1882, 
48mo. 3. Modern Spiritualism ; or, The Opening Way, 
Bost., 1883, J^mo. 4. A Treatise on Patent Estate: 
comprehending the Nature, Conditions, and Limitations 
of Interest in Letters Patent, Cleveland, 0., 1888, 12mo. 
Hall, Rev. Thomas Mifllin, b. 1S06, in Phila- 
delphia; educated at the University of Pennsylvania; 
admitted to the bar in 1827, but gave up the practice of 
law, and m 1841 was ordained pastor of a Presbyterian 
Church in Trenton, N.J. 1. Translation of Milton's 
Latin Letters, Phila., 1829. 2. History of the Presby- 
terian Church in Trenton, New Jersey, N. York, 18o9 
12mo. 3. Forty Years' Familiar Letters of James \V. 
Alexander, D.D., I860, 2 vole. 

Hall, Thomas Wrigrtit, M D. I. New Theory 
of Galvanibm : the Electro-Thennology of Chemit-try, 
Ac., Edin,, 1872, 12mo. 2, Sun and Earth as Great 
Forces in Chemistry, Lon , 1874, p. Svo. 3. A Correla- 
tion Theory of Chemical Affinity and Action, Lon., 1888, 

Hall , Townshend M. The Mineralogist's Direc- 
tory; or, A Guide to the Pnncipal Mmeial Localities in 
Great Biitain and Ireland, Lon., 1868, p. Svo. 
Hall, Valentine G. Lawn Tennis in America, 
jlust. N. York, 1888, 12mo. 

Hall 9 W. E. A Plan for the Reorganization of the 
rmy, Lon., 1867, Svo. 
Hall, Walter G. The Sculptor of Bruges, Edin, 
1870, 12mo. 

Hall, IWfrs. Walter G. The Swedish Singer; or, 
The Story of Vanda Rosendahl, Edin , 1871, 12mo. 

Hall, Whitmore. 1. The Principal Roots of the 
Greek Language simplified by a Display of their In- 
corporation into the English Tongue, Lon., 1850, 12mo; 
3d ed., 1859. 2. Reasons for a New Version of the 
Bible : being the Preface and Introduction to the New 
Testament : translated from the Original Greek accord- 
ing to the Present Idiom of the English Language, Lou., 
1860, Svo. 

Hall, Wilhelmina L. Boarding-Out as a Method 
of Pauper Education and a Check on Hereditary Pau- 
perism : a Paper : with Appendix, Lon , 1887, 8vo 

Hall, William, an artist. A Biography of David 
Cox : with Remarks on his Works and Genius. Edited, 
with Additions, Tby J. T. Bunce. Lon., 1881, Svo. 

Hall, William Champaign. Legal Forms: 
compiled for the Use of Attorneys and Solicitors, Lon., 
1865, cr. Svo. 

Hall, William Edward, b. 1836; graduated ut 
University College, Oxford, 1859; called to the bar at 
Lincoln's Inn 1861. 1. The Bights and Duties of Neu- 
trals, Lon., 1874, Svo. 
\ *< It is slight, and might -with advantage be expanded 
But the plan and the execution are both admirable " Sat 
Itev., xxxviii. 181. 

'* ' An adequate work,' said Sir William Harcourt, m tin 
preface to his well-known 'Historicus' letters* *on the 
Bights and Duties of Neutrals, founded on a sound basn 
of historical investigation and judicial decision, has yet U 
be written.' ... Mr, Hall has, we flbflttk, fined tfte void 
and his work is a valuable and masterly eomteibtrtte to 
legal literaturu"-^or, xlviix. 1287. . 

3. International I<aw, Ox, 1880, Svo j $d ed, entitled 
" A Treatise on International Law," 1884. 

" Mr Hall's exposition of International law divides itself 
nto three main branches, relating to (1) 4 the la\v governing 
tates in their normal relations,' (2) 'the law governing 
tates 111 the relation of war ,' (3) 'the law governing states 
n the relation of neutrality.' Exception may be taken to 
a proposition or an argument here and there, but the 
treatise as a \\ hole fulfils its purpose meritoriously." Aih , 
"No 2757. 

"With his book m hand, an English lawyer need no 
onger be afraid to speak in the gate with" any of the 
American or Continental authorities "So/. Rev , li 24 

"The present work, in TV hieh the former one (.' Rights 
and Duties of Neutrals"] is incorporated, with some addi- 
lons and modifications of form, is a complete treatise on 
ublic international law, ranking in extent and thorough- 
ness by the side of Wheatoii, Phillimore, orTwiss " Aead , 
xix. 41 

Hall, William H. Piaetical Experience at the 
Diggings of the Gold-Fields of Victotm, Loa., 1852, 


Hall, William Henry Bullock-, (originally 
Bullock; asbuiued the additional surname of Hall 
872,) b. 1837 j educated at Balliol College, Oxford; 
Balled to the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1872. 1. Polish Ex- 
penenceb during the Insuriection oi 1S63-4, Lon., 1S64-, 
er. Svo. 2. Acioss Mexico in 1864-5, Lon , 1866, p. Svo. 
3. Gleanings in Ii eland aitei the Laud Acts, Lon., 1883, 


Hall, Sir William Hutcheon, K.C.B., [ante, 
vol i, BALI,, CAPT. WILLIAM H. 3 &1S., add.,] 1797?- 
1878, entered the na\y IS 11 ; vice-aduiiij,!, retired, 1869; 
admiral 1875. 1. Sailors' Houses, <fce, : their Origin and 
Progress, Lon., 1852 ; 2d ed., eul ,1854. 2. Our National 
Defences, Lon., 1876, Svo. 

Hall, Rev. William John, M.A., graduated at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 1853; oi darned 1853; rector 
of St. Clement's, Easteheap, London, since 1S65; minor 
canon of St. Paul's Cathedral 1862; lecturer of St. 
Clement's, Easteheap, 1882. 1. Sermons on Various Sub- 
jects, Lon., 1866, p. 8vo. 2. Some Sceptical Fallacies of 
Certain Modern W liters examined, Lon., 1880, 16ino. 

Hall, \\ illiam Whitty, M.D., [ante, vol. i., add ,] 
d. 1876, 1. Health and Disease as affected by Constipa- 
tion, and its Unmedicmal Cuie: a Book for the People, 
N. York, I860, 12ino; 8th thousand, Lon., 1871. 2. 
Fun better than Physic, 12mo. 3. Consumption; new 
ed., N.York, 1864, 12mo. 4. Sleep; 4th ed., rev., N. 
York, 1864, 12mo. 5. Guide-Board to Health, Peace, and 
Competence, Spring-field, Mass., 1S70, 8vo. 6. Health 
by Oood Living, N. Yoik, 1870, 12mo. 7. Works, 187U- 
75, 6 vols. 12mo. 8. Coughs and Colds ; or, The Preven- 
tion, Cause, and Cure of Various Affections of the Throat, 
N. Yoik. 1871, Svo. 9. Health at Home; or, Hall's 
Family Doctor, 1872, Svo. 10, How to Live Long; or, 
Health Maxims, Physical, Mental, <fcc., N. York, 1875, 
12mo; 5th ed., 1881. 11. Dyspepada, and its Kindred 
Diseases, Toronto, 1876, cr. Svo. 

Hall, Wraxall. Poems, Lon., 1869, 12mo. 

Ha II am, Ebenezer Charles Bethlehem* 
Onya Grammar ior English Students, Calcutta, 1874, Svo. 

Hallam, F. H. Random Sketches of the Parish 
of Marylebone, Lon., 1885, p. 8vo. 

Hal lam, Rev. Robert Alexander, D.D.,S T.D,, 
[ante, vol i , add.,] 1807-1877, b. at New London, Conn. ; 
rector ot St. James's Church in that city from 1835. 1. 
Sermons, Phila., 1856, 12mo. 2. Moses : a Course of 
Lectures delivered in the Chapel of St. James's Church, 
New London, N. York, 1869, l&mo; new ed., 1879. 3. 
Sketches of Travel in Europe, N. Yoik, 1869. 4. Sover- 
eigns of Judah, 1877. 5. Annals of St. James's, New 

Hall am, Thomas. Four Dialect Words Clem, 
Lake, Oss, and Nest, (Eng. Dialect Soc. Pub.,) Lon., 
1885, 8vo. 

Hal lard, Frederick. 1. Thoughts on some Points 
in our System of Judicial Procedure. By a Lawyer. 
Edin., 1858, Svo. Anon. 2. The Inferior Judge in 
Scotland, Bdin v 1869, Svo. 3. The Catalogue Question 
in the Advocates' Library : a Retrospect, By One of 
the Defeated. Edin*, 1872, Svo. Anon, 

Hal las, Charles B* Stephen Stephens: a Novel, 
Lon , 1867, 12mo. 

Jiallatt, George Wilson Tuxford, Hints on 
Architectural Draughtsmanship, Lon., 1884, 12mo. 

Halle, Hughes R P. Fraser. Letters Historical 
and Botanical, relating chiefly to Places in the Yale 
of Teign r with some Geologic Notices by 3>r Croker, 

Halle, 'm*$ Mary. (Trans.) Faust * a Dra- 
matio Legend, by Hector Berlioz, 1880, 4to. 


Halleck, Fitz- Greene, [ante, vol. i., add.,] 
1790-1857. For biog., see WILSON, JAMES GRANT, ante, 
vol 111. 1. Young America: a Poem, N. York, 1S64, 
16uio. 2. The Poetical Writings of Fitz-Greene Halleck : 
with Extiacts from those of J. R. Drake. Edited by J. 
G. Wilson. N. York, 1869, 8vo; new ed., 1873. 

Halleck, Major-Gen. Henry Wager, LL D., 
[ante, vol i., HALLECK, Lr. H W., add.,] 1815-1872, b. 
at Westernville, Oneida Co., 10".; giaduated at the 
U.S. Military Academy 18,39 j served in the Mexican 
war j resigned from the mihtaiy service 1854, and prac- 
tised law in San Fiancisco. At the outbieak of the 
civil war he was appointed major-genera.1, and in 186 1 
took command of the Depaitinent ol Missouu, and was 
commandei -in-chief of the airnies of the United States 
from 1S62 to 1864. 1. Bitumen its Varieties, Piopeitieb, 
and Uses. Pub. by U.S. Gov't. Wa&h., 1841, Svo. 2. 
A Collection of Mining Laws of Spain and Mexico, 
1859. 3. (Tian*.) De Fooz on the Law of Mines- with 
Introductoiy Remarks, I860 4. International Law; or, 
Rules regulating the Intercom se of States in Peace and 
War, San Fran., 1861, Svo; new ed , rev. by Sir S. 
Baker, Lon., 1878. 5. (Trans.) Life of Napoleon Bona- 
parte, by A. H. de Jomini, N. Yotk, 1864, 4 vols. Svo . 
new ed., 1885. 6. Elements of International Law and 
Laws of \Var: abridged for the Use of Colleges from the 
Laiger Work, Phila, 1866, Svo. 

Hallen, Rev. Arthur Washington Cornelius, 
M.A., F.S.A. Scot., graduated at St. John's College, 
Cainbndge, 1858 j ordained 1858; incumbent of St. 
John's, Alloa, Scotland, since 1862. 1. The Queen of 
the Holly Bush : Christmas Sketches, Edin., 1861, ISnio. 

2. An Account of the Family of Hallen or Hallan, (De 
Mirabelle dit Van Halen of Malmes,) from A.D. 1280 
to A.D. 1885 : with Pedigrees of Families of Hatton of 
Newent, Shakespeare of Stratford-on-Avon, and Weight 
of Clmgre, Edin., 1885, 4to. Only 100 copies, privately 
printed. 3. (Ed ) The Transcript of the Register of 
Baptism, Muthill, Perthshire, 18S7, Svo. 

Hallett, Caroline M, 1. Parish Lending Libra- 
ries: how to manage and keep them up, Lon., 1880, 
12uio; new ed., 1887. 2. Refat by the Way; or, Plain 
Readings for the Sick and Troubled, Lon., 1882, ISrno. 

3. Lectures on Health, for Women's and Girls' Classes, 
Lon., 1882, 12mo. 4. The Upward Path: a Book for 
Boys, Lon., 1S83, ISino 5. The Service of the King : 
Ten Plain Readings, Lon , 1884, ISmo. 6. How to be 
Well: a Few Words to Working- Women, Lon., 1885, 
Svo. 7. Through the Darkness; or, Thoughts for the 
Perplexed, Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 

Hallett, Miss E* V. Natalie; or, A Gem among 
the Sea-Weeds. By Ferna Vale, [pseud.] Andovei, 
Mass., 1858. 

Hallett, Rev. Geraid Iiiidlow, B.O.L., gradu- 
ated at Trinity College, Carnbiidge, I860 ; ordained I860; 
rector of Dunkerton, Somersetshire, since 1874. Samar- 
itans, and other Sermons, Lon , 1873, p. Svo. 

Hallett, Moses. Colorado Supreme Court Re- 
ports, vol. i,, (1864-72,) San Fran., 1872, Svo. Same, 
voK i.-ii., (1864-75,) San Fran., 1865-76, 2 vols. Svo. 

Hallett, Thomas George Palmer, M.A., edu- 
cated at London. University ; formerly a member of the 
Indian civil service; called to the bar at the Middle 
Temple 187S. The Tenant-Right Question, Ireland, 
Lon , 1SS1, Svo. 

Hal ley, Rev. Robert, D.D., [ante, vol. i., add.,] 
1796-1 S76, b. at Blaekheath, Kent: became an Inde- 
pendent minister 1S22; settled at Manchester 1839-57; 
principal and professor of theology at New College, Lon- 
don, 1857-62. For biog, see HA.LLBY, ROBERT, JR. 
Lancashire: its Puritanism and Nonconformity, Man- 
chester, 1869, 2 vols. Svo; 2d ed., 1372. 

" He is an industrious and moderate writer, and on the 
whole, when Popery and bishops are not too tempting for 
flmgs of rhetoric, a candid one." Sat Rev., xxxi. 501 

" Halley's woik lacks that minuteness of local informa- 
tion which characterizes David's ' Essex/ (1863,) Browne's 
* Norfolk and Suffolk,' (1877 ) or Urwiek's ' Herts,' (1884,) but 
he alone rises above the nonconformist annalist, and de- 
serves a place among church historians." Diet of Nat, 
ioff. t xxiv. 110. 

Hal ley, Robert, Jr., M.A., son of the preceding. 
A Short Biography of Robert Halley, D.D. : together 
with a Selection of his Sermons preached in Manchester 
and elsewhere, Lon., 1879, p. Svo. 

Halliburton, Sir Brenton, 1773-1860, b. in 
Khode Island; chief justice of Nova Scotia. For biog., 
see HTLL, #EY. G. W v infra. Reflections on Passing 


Events: a Poem. By an Octogenarian. Halifax, 

Halliday, Alexander, The Retention of India, 
Lon., 1872, p, Svo. 

Halliday, Andrew. See DUFF, ANDREW HALLI- 
DAY, sup? a* 

Halliday, G. First Course in Mechanical Drawing, 
Lon , 188S, 4to. 

Halliday, John Gustavus. (Trans.) The Life 
of Samuel Hebrich; from the German, Lon, 1S76, 

Halliday, Mrs. Maria, of Glenthorne. A De- 
scription of the Monument and Effigies in Porlock 
Church, Somerset. Illust. Torquay, 1S82, Svo. 

" The illustrations ... are very curious and valuable." 
-^A,No 2861 

Halliday, Robert J. Practical Camellia-Culture. 
Illust. Bait., 1880, 12ino. 

Halliday, Rev. S. B., for many years assistant 
of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher in Plymouth Church, 
Brooklyn. 1. The Lost and Found ; or, Life among the 
Poor, N. York, 1859, 12mo ; new ed,, 1875. 2. Win- 
ning Souls . Sketches and Incidents during Forty Years 
of Pastoial Work, N. York, 1873, 12mo. 

Hallilay, Richard, called to the bar at the Middle 
Temple 1S69. 1. Questions in Conveyancing, Lon., 1856, 
12mo. 2. A Digest of Examination Questions in Con- 
veyancing, Common Law, and Equity: with Answers, 
Lon., 1856, Svoj 5th ed., entitled '* Digest of Questions 
at the Final Examination of Articled Clerks in Common 
Law," Lon., 1874; 15th ed., 1886. 3. An Elementary 
View of the Proceedings of a Suit in Chancery, Lon., 
1857, 12mo. 4. The Articled Law Clerk's Hand-Book: 
containing a Course of Study in All the Branches of the 
Law ; also the Law relating to Articles of Clerkship, Lon., 

1859, Svo; new ed., by Geo. Radham, 1S73; 5th ed., 
1SS1. 5. A Concise Tieutise on the Law and Practice 
of Conveyancing, Lon., 1S83, Svo. 6. A Concise View 
of the Proceedings in an Action in the Chancery Division 
of the High Court ot Justice; 2d ed., Lon., 1884. Svo. 

Hailiwell, T. An Examination and Refutation of 
Phrenology, Dunedin, 1864, Svo. 

Hailiwell, William, The Solicitors' Handy Book 
of Conveyancing Costs under the Act 44 and 45 Viet. 
c. 44, Lon., 18S2, Svo. 

Hailiwell -Phillipps. See PHILLIPPS. 

Hallock, Charles, b. 1834, in New York; edu- 
cated at Yale and at Arnherst; founder of the Forest 
and Stream, and proprietor 1873-80, and has engaged in 
various economic schemes. 1. The Fishing Tourist: 
Angler's Guide and Reference-Book. Illust. N. York, 
1873, cr Svo. 2. Camp Life in Florida : a Hand-Book 
for Sportsmen and Settlers, N. York, 1875, 12mo. 3. 
The Sportsman's Gazetteer and General Guide: the 
Game Annuals, Biids, and Fishes of Noith America: 
together with a Diiectory of the Principal Game-Resorts 
of the Countiy. Maps and Illust. N. York, 1877, 8vo. 

4. Our New Alaska; or, The Seward Purchase Vindi- 
cated, N. Yoik, 1886, Svo. 

Hallock, Mrs* Mary Angeline, b. at. Rowe, 
Franklin Co., Mass. ; mariied, 1868, to William Allen 
Hallock, infia. 1. The Sweet Story of Old, N. York, 

1860, 16mo. 2. Child's History of the Fall of Jerusa- 
lem, N. York, 1869, 16mo. 3. Beasts and Birds of 
Ameiica, Europe, Asia, and Africa, N. Yoik, 1870, sm. 
4to. 4. Child's Life of Daniel, N. York, 1870, ISmo. 

5. The Fail of Jerusalem, N. York, 1870, ISmo. 6. 
Child's History of King Solomon, Lon., 1874, sq. 16mo, 
7. The Story of Moses j or, Desert Wanderings from 
Egypt to Canaan ; illust. ed., Phila., 1888, 12mo. 

Hallock, R. T. The Road to Spiritualism : being 
a Series of Four Lectures, H. York, 1858, Svo, 

Hallock, Rev. William Allen, D.D., [ante, vol. 
i., add.,] 1 794-1880, b. at Plamfield, Hampshire Co., 
Mass.; graduated at Williams College 1819, and at An- 
dover Theological Seminary 1S22 ; corresponding secre- 
tary of the American Tract Society 1825-77 j editor of 
The American Messenger, The Venerable May hews 
and the Aboriginal Indians of Martha's Vineyard, N, 
York, 1874, ISmo. 

Hallock, William H, Life of Gerard Hallock: 
Illustrated in Biography, Professional Writings, Corre- 
spondence, Controversies, Ac., N. York, 1869, 12mo. 

Hallo ran, Alfred Laurence. Wae Yang Jin : 
Eight Months' Journal during Visits to Loochoo, Japan, 
and Pootoo, Lon., 1856, p. Svo* 

Halloran, Henry, C.M.GK, b. 1811. 1. Ode on 


Laying the Foundation-Stone of the Queen's Statue. Syd- 
ney, 1881. 2 Poems, Odes, Songs, Sydney, 1887 
Hallowell, Mrs. Anna Davis. James and Lu- 

cretin Mott Life and Letters Edited by their Grand- 
daughter With Portraits Boat, 1884, 12mo 

" Mrs Hallowell'a editing is eminently sober, modest, 
discreet, smce&sful m geneiahzation, happy in descrip- 
tions, and full of Insight into the mainsprings of her 
grandparents' characters The result is an important 
contribution to the history of the Sot jety ot Friends, and 
of the leading reforms of the century "Nation, xxxvm 

Hallowell, Benjamin, of Maryland, minister of 
the Society of Friends 1 Young friend's Manual, 
2d ed, Phila, 1863, ISmo 2 Autobiography. Phila . 
18S3, Svo 

Hallowell, JWrs. J, L. Bee's Bedtime, and other 
Stories Illust Phila , 3 873, 12mo 

Hallowell, J. S. D igest of Acts passed during the 
Sessions of 1860-61-62 which repeal, amend, v\ry or 
affect Consolidated Statutes for Upper Canada and Con- 
solidated Statutes of Canada, Toronto, 186 i, 12mo. 

Hallowell) John K. Gunnison, Colorado Bo- 
nanza County, [geological monograph,] Denver, 1883, 

Hallowell, Richard Price, b 1835, m Phila- 
delphia, became a wool-merchant in Boston in 1859, 
was identified with the abolition movement, and has 
since been connected with the Free Religious Association 
and the New England Women's Suffrage Association 
1. The Quaker Invasion of Massachusetts. Bost, 1883. 
I2mo ' 

' Mr Hallowell has closely studied the whole subject of 
the persecutions, and, alter a sorae%\ hat careful reading of 
his book, we are constiained to sav that it make** a fair 
exhibition of one of the most distressing episodes oi colo- 
nial hifetorv " Ai&kon, xsxvi 472 

2 The Pioneer Quakers, Bost , 1887, Svo 

Ha Howe 11, Mrs. fearah C. 1 On the Church 
Step*, Phila , 1875, Svo 2. Nan, the New-Fashioned 
Girl, Eost , 1877, p. Svo 

Hallowes, John Francis Tooke* The End of 
All Things a Poem, Lon , 1872, 8\o 

Ha life, John James. Two Months in Arrah in 
1857, Lon,, I860, fp Svo, 2d ed. same year 

Hally, S. Bihd, and other Poems, Edm, 1875, p 

Halpme, Charles Graham, ("Private Miles 
O'Reilly," pseud ,) 1829-1858, b. at Oldcastle, County 
Meath, Ireland , graduated at Trinity College, Dublin, 
1846 , removed to the United States m 1852, and became 
a, jouinahst He served through the war, and on his 
resignation in 186 i was brevetted brigadier-general of 
volunteers He then became editor of the New Yoik 
Citizen, a. journal devoted to civil service reform 1 
Lyrics By the Lettir H N York, 1354 2. Life and 
Adventures, Song*, Services, and Speeches, of Private 
Miles O'Reilly, Foity-Seventh Regiment, New Yoik 
Volunteers, N York, 1864 6 Baked Meats of the 
Funeral a Collection of Essays, Poems, Speeches, His- 
tories, and Banquets, N York, 136(5, 12roo 4 Poetical 
Works with Biographical Sketch and Notes Edited 
by B, B Roosevelt N York, 1869, cr Svo 

Halpiue* Mary J* Ernest Richmond and his 
Little Mother, N York, 186*, ISrno. j 

HaJse, Edward, Liver-Fluke and Rot in Sheep 
Prize Essay IUu>t Lon , 1SB7, p Svo ! 

Halse, George. 1. Queen Lceta and the Mistle- 
too a J?airy Rhyme for the Fireside, Lon , IS^fl, 16mo ! 
2 Ag itha & Fanciful Flight for a G-usty Night, Lon t ' 
I860, sq. Svo 3 The Modeller , a Guide to the Princi- 
ples and Practice of Sculpture II lust Lon , 1880,' 
Svo 4, A Salad of Stray Leaves Illost, Lon, 1882, 
p. Svo 5 The Legend of Sir Juvema, [verse ] Illut 
Edm , 1886, 4to. ft. Weeping Ferry a Kovel, Lon , 
1387, 2 vols t> Svo. 

Halse, Mrs, tieorge. Pastoral and other Poems, 
Lon , 1859, Svo, 

Halsey, Calista* Two of Us, tf* York, 1S79, 

Halsey, Charles Storrs, An Etymology of 
Latin and Greek, Bost , 1882, J^EOO, 

Halsey, Frederick Hubert, Kaphael Mor- 
ghen's Engiaved Warks bemg a u descriptive catalogue 
ol all the engraving? of this master, the inscriptions 
given at full length, and the variations of the states pre- 
cisely set forth, accompanied by biographjoaJ and other 
notes, with ft life of the engraver," N. York, 18$&, 4to. 
Only 250 copies printed* 


" All collectors of Morghen's worfcs, or of engravings in 
general, will be grateful to him "" Nation, xh 140 

Halsey, Rev, Joseph* Congregational minister. 
1 Kolhng Stones in the Churches, or. The Behgious 
Life as affected by the Migratory Habits of Modern 
Sociefy, Lon , 3375, 12mo 2 Pulpit Gleimng* being 
Selected Extracts from Sermons, Lon , 1879, 12mo 3 
Disestablishment and Disendowmeot TTTO Sunday 
Evening Addresses to Working- Men on Social and Polit- 
ical Questions, Lon , 1886, S\o. 

Halsey, L,, The Falls of Tanghannock, in the 
State of New York a Complete Description, N York, 
1866, sq ISmo 

Halsey, Rev* Leroy Jones, b. 1812, in Gooch- 
land Co , Va , professor of pastoral theology, homiietics, 
and chinch government in the Theological Seminary of 
theNotthwest, Chicago III , since 1881 professor emer- 
itus 1. Literary Attractions of the Bible, or, A 
Plea for the Word of God considered as a Classic, N. 
York, 1858, 12mo, 3d ed, 1859 2 The Beauty of Im- 
marmel, Phila , 1861, 12rno <t Life Pictures from the 
Bible, Phila, 1S6I, S\o. 4. Memoir of the Life and 
Character ot Rev Lewis Warner Green, with a Selection 
from his Sermons, N.York, 1871, Svo 5. Scotland's 
Influence on Civilization, Phila, 1SS5, Sro. 

Hal btead, Leonora B. Betlioda a, Novel By- 
Barbara Elbon, [pseud J Lon., 1884, 3 vols 

Hals tead, William Riley. The Future Religious 
Policy of America a Discussion of Eleven Great Living 
Questions, Cm , 1877, Svo 

Hal&tert, Byron David, D Sc.,b 1852,atTemcp, 
K Y. , graduated at the Michigan Agncnltnral College 
m 1871 * -was instructor in botany at Harvard 1874-76 
He edited the American Agriculturist 1 879-84, and then 
became professor of botany m Iowa Agricultural College 
1 Barn Plans and Out-Buildings Designs and Plans 
Illusi N York, 1SS1, 12ino 2 The Vegetable- Gar- 
den, Chic., 1882 3 t arm Conveniences, N.York, 1S8S. 
4 Household Conveniences, N York, 1883. 

Halted, Edward Pellew+ 1 The Screw Ileet 
of the Navy, Lon , 1850, r. bvo 2 England's 2Savy 
unarmed a Series of Letters to the First Lord of tfte 
Admiralty, "Westminster, 1864, Svo Privately printed 
3. The Na\y nnaimed still an Appeal to Both Houses 
of Parliament m a Series of Letters to the "Daily 
News," Westminster, 1865, Svo Privately printed. 

Halsted, George B* 1. Reports of Cases deter* 
mined in the Court of Chancery, <fcc , in tlie State of 
New Jersey, Newark, N J , 1849, 8vo. 2 Digest of the 
Law of Evidence, N York, 1856, 2 vols Svo. 

Halsted, George Bruce, PhD, b. 1353, at 
Newark, N J. , son of S Halsted, infra ; formerly 
Fellow of Piinceton and of Johns Hopkins University, 
professor of mathematics in the University of Texas. 1. 
Metrical Geometry Treatise on Mensuration, Bost, 
1 88 1, 12mo. 2 The Elements of Geometry* N. York, 
1385, r Svo. 

Halsted, H. M.B. Exposition of JMotorpathy, a 
New System of Curing Di-ease by Statummatmg, Vital- 
izing Motion, Rochester, N.Y, 1853, 12ma 

Halsted, O. Full Account of the New Method of 
Cunng Dy^p*-p-ia, N* York, 1860, 12mo 

Halsted , Oliver Spencer, 1792-im, b, at 
Elizabeth, N J , graduated at Puuceton 1810 , admitted 
to the bar 1814, settled in Newark, N J M where he held 
various legal and public offices, 1. The Theology of the 
Bible itself the Teacher and its Own Interpreter: Five 
Versions of tbe Old Testament and Four of the New, 
Compared with the Originals, Newark, 1866, Svo 2 
The Book called Job, Irom the Hebrew with JToot- 
otes, 1875, Svo. 

Halsted, Rev. Thomas Daniell, M.A,, gradu- 
ate'! at Tnmty College, Dublin, 1846 j ordained 1846, 
rector of St Thomas's, Birmingham, 1870-88; vicar of 
Lower Hereford since 1883 Oar Missions: being a 
History of the Principal Missionary Transactions of the 
London Society for Piomotmg Christianity amongst the 
Jews from, its Foundation m 1809 to the Present Year : 
with an Introduction by C J, Ooodhart, Lon ,1866, Svo. 

Halsted , William H- Little Pieces, Verae and 
Prose, Norfolk, Va , 1868. Anon, 

Halton, Richard Joseph. Short Lectures on 
Sanitary Subjects, Lon., 1874, 8vo. 

Haly, Mrs. George. Blanche of Jtfontacate. a 
Tale f Lon , 185 2 vols, p. Svo 

Haly, George Thomas. 1 $Totes for the Guid- 
ance of Troops and All proceeding iuto the Hill Tr-tut* 


of the "Northern Circars, Calcutta, 1855, Svo. 2. The 
Abyssinian Expedition, and the Management of Troops 
in the Field in Unhealthy Localities. Illust. Rev. ed., 
Lon., 1867, Svo, 3. Khana" : a Hand-Book on the Re- 
sources of India. Part I. Kev. ed., Lon., 1872, Svo. 
(No more published.) 

Ham, Charles H. Manual Training : the Solu- 
tion of the Social and Industrial Problems. Illubt. N. 
York and Lon., 1S86, 12mo. 

Ham, George D. 1. Revenue and Mercantile 
Vade-Mecum: an Epitome of the Laws and Practice of 
Customs, Inland Revenue, and Mercantile Marine, Lon , 
1S76, p. Svo. 2. Tourists' Guide (Great Britain and Ire- 
land) and Civil Service and General Directory to Per- 
sonaUy~Recommended Hotels, <fce., Lon., 1884, Svo. 3. 
Merchandise Marks Act, 1887: Market for Foreign 
Watch-Cases, Lon , 1888, p Svo. 4. Digest of the Cus- 
toms and Inland Revenue Warehousing Regulations. 
Edited by G. D. H. J. Maedonald. Lon., 1888, Svo. 

Ham, Rev. James Pail ton. 1. Life and Death ; 
or, The Theology of the Bible in Relation to Human 
Immortality, Lon., 1849, ISino, 2. The Generations 
Gathered and Gathering; or, The Scripture Doctrine 
concerning Man in Death, Lon., 1850, 12mo. 3. The 
Christian Life: Two Sermons, Lon , i860, Svo. 4. The 
Idea of the Church an Essay, Lon., 1867, p. 8vo. 5. 
The Bridal Bar : a Novel, Lon., 1872, 3 vols. p. Svo. 6. 
Trumped with the Deuce : a Novel, Lon., 1873, 3 vols. 
p. Svo. 7. The Pulpit and the Stage: Four Leetuies: 
with Notes. Illust. Lon., 1878, 12mo. S. The Uni- 
tarian Crisis ; or, The Dilemma of Christian Faith and 
Church Relationship: Three Discourses, Lon., 1SS2, Svo. 

Ham, Rev* John, Baptist minister. A Bio- 
graphical Sketch of the Life and Labours of the Late 
Rev. W. P. Crook, Lon., 1854, 18mo. 

Hainan, Rev. Samuel, graduated at Trinity Col- 
lege, Dublin, 1839; ; ordained 1841: rector of Douglas, 
diocese of Cork, 1872 1 Annals of Youghal, County 
Cork . First Series, 1848 ; Second Series, 1851 j Third 
Series, 1S52 ; Fourth Serie ? 1858. 2. Account of 
Youghal Church, 1850. 3. Ancient Religious Founda- 
tions at Youghftl, 1854; new eds., 1855, 1859, 1861, 
1863. 4. To-Day : its Duties and its Supplies, 1856. 5. 
Time and Teaching, I860. 6. Guide to Youghal, Ard- 
more, and the Blackwater, I860; new eds., 1861, 1875. 
7. A Country Pastor's Reveries, 1871. 8. Papers from 
a Parsonage, 1872. 9. Passages from a Commonplaee- 
Book, 1873. 10. Criteria; or, The Divine Examen, 

1874. 11. Ministrations ; or, Feeding the Flock of God, 

1875. 12. Memorials of Youghal. Ecclesiastical and 
Civil, 1879. 

Hamberg, John. Lectures in Vindication of the 
Bible as the Word of God, Lon , 1861, sin. p. Svo. 

Ham berg, Theodore. I. Report regarding the 
Chinese Union at Hong-Kong, Hong-Kong, 1851, Svo. 
2. The Visions of Hting-Sin-Tshuen, and Oiigin of the 
Kwang-Si Insurrection, Hong-Kong, 1854, Svo. 3. The 
Chinese Rebel Chief Hung-Sm-Tsuen, and the Origin 
of the Insurrection in China, Lon., 1855, 12mo. 

Hatnbleton, Godfrey William, licentiate of the 
King aad Queen's College of Physicians, Ireland. 1. 
What is Consumption? Lon., 18S6, p. Svo. 2, The 
Scientific Prevention of Consumption. Illust. Lon , 
1886, 8ve. 

Hambleton, James Pinkney. A Biographical 
Sketch of Henry A. Wise : with a History of the Political 
Campaign in Virginia in 1S55, <fec., Richmond, Va., 1806, 

Hambleton, Rev. John, M.A., [nnte, vol. i., 
add ,] minister of the Chapel of Ease, Islington. 1 . 
The Cross of Christ considered, in Seven Sermons, Lon., 
1841, I2mo. 2. The Holy Scriptures consideied as to 
their Object, Authority, Uses, and Sufficiency, Lon. r lS50, 
12mo. 3. Preparation for Death, Judgment, Ac.j new 
ed., Lon., 1857, 12mo. 4. Lent Lectures : History of 
'the Soul, Lon., 1859, 12mo. 5. Seven Lectures in Vin^ 
dication of the Bible as the Pure Word of God, on Sub- 
jects suggested by the Volume entitled "Essays and 
Reviews," Lon., 1861, Svo, 

Hambleton, John, a Bible-distributor. 1. The 
Leaven of the Last Days, Lon., 1864, ISmo. 2. Buds, 
'Blossoms, and Fruits of the Revival : a Testimony to the 
Great Work of God in these Last Day.", Lon., 1S70, Svo. 

Hambleton, Joseph* 1, Specimens of Transla- 
tion and Versification, Lon., 1851, p. Svo. 2. Colloquial 
Soliloquies. By One who took all the Talk to himself. 
1S52, 8vo. 3. A Spring Morning's Dream, Lon., 1860, 


p. Svo; with Somniloquence, and e-yetpwjaev ("Wide- 
awake,") [verse,] Lon., 1860, Svo. 

Hamel, Felix Hargrave de, b. 183S ; son of 
Felix John Hamel, in ft a; called to the bar at the Inner 
Temple 1S61 ; law clerk of the board of trade since 
1867; chief clerk since 1S76. 1. Internationa] Law in 
Connection with Municipal Statutes relating to the Com- 
merce, Eights, and Liabilities of the Subjects of Neutral 
States pending Foreign War: considered with Reference 
to the Trial of the Case of the " Alexandria," Lon., 1863, 
Svo. 2. The Law relating to Ritualism in the United 
Church of England and Ireland : with Practical Sugges- 
tions, Lon., 1866, 12rno. 

HameJ, Felix John, [ante, vol. i., add.,] late so- 
licitor to H.M. customs. 1. Protestantism m Peril: a 
Commentary on the Tractarian Tendencies of the Age, 
Lon., 1865, Svo. 2. The Laws of the Customs consoli- 
dated: with Practical Notes, Lon., 1876, Svo. 

Hamel, Leopold. (Trans.) B. Tegndr's Frithiof s 
Saga; fiom the Swedish, 1874, Svo. 

Hamer, Edward, and Lloyd, H. W. The His- 
tory of the Parish of Llangmig, Lon., 1875, Svo. 

Hamer, John. The Smoker's Text-Book, Leeds, 
1863, 64moj new ed., 1S70. 

Hamer, Sarah Selina. 1. Christine's Crook, 
Lon , 1SS7, 12mo. 2. Phyllis Raymond, Lon.,18S7, p. Svo. 

Hamersley, John W. (Trans.) Chemical Change 
in the Euchan&t, fioin the French of J. Abadie, 1867, 

Hamersly, Lewis Randolph, late lieutenant in 
the U.S Marine Corps. 1. The Records of Living Offi- 
cers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps, Phila,, 
1870, Svo; 3d ed., 1S78. 2. Naval Encyclopaedia, N. 
York, 1881, 4to. 

Hamersly, Thomas Holdup Stevens. 1. 
Army Register of the United States, (1779 to 1S79 ;) 2d 
ed., Wath , 1881, Svo. 2. (Comp.) Complete Army and 
Navy Register of the United States, 1776-1887, N. York, 
1888, Svo. 

Hamerton, Mrs. Eugenie, wife of P. G. Hamer- 
ton, iiifia. 1. Jeanne Laraguay : a Novel, Lon., 1864, 
p Svo. 2. The Mirror of Truth, and other Marvellous 
Histories. Illust. Lon , 1874, p. Svo. 3. Golden Me- 
diocrity : a Novel, Bost., 1S86, Svo. 

Hamerton, Philip Gilbert, b. 1834, at Lano- 
fide, near Shaw, Lancashire j educated at Burnley ana 
Doncaster Grammar-Schools; went to Paris in 1855 to 
study painting. In 1857 he settled at Loch Awe, but 
in 1861 returned to France, living first at Sens and after- 
wards near Autun, find acquiring that intimate knowl- 
edge of French life which appears in his writings, lie 
had begun early to contribute to periodicals, and in 1806 
he became art-critic to the Saturday Review, but re- 
signed that post two years later, retaining his connection 
with the paper as an occasional contributor. In 1869 he 
established a new art review, the Portfolio, devoted 
chiefly to etching. He has also contributed to the Fort- 
nightly, the Fine Arts Quarterly Review, and other 
periodicals. He is an honorary member of the Society 
of Painter-Etchers, and in 1S82 received from the French 
government the univeisity decoration of an Officier 
d'Acad&me. 1. Observations on Heraldry, Lon., 1851, 
Svo. 2. The I&lcs of Loch Awe, and other Poems of my 
Youth, Lon., 1855, 12mo. 3. A Painter's Camp in the 
Highlands, and Thoughts about Art, Cambridge, 1862, 
2 vols. p. 8voj 2d ed., 1866, 1 vol. 4. Contemporary 
French Painters : an Essay with Sixteen Photographic 
Illustration*, Lon , 1S67, 4to; 2d ed., 1869. 

" A lively and elegant causerie on art, Sr> which short 
notices* of many distinguished painters, and anecdotes of 
their ways, are accompanied by a careful estimate of their 
place in art, and of the aesthetic schools to which they sev- 
erally belong." Sat. Kev , xxw. 732. 

5. Painting in Franco after the Decline of Classicism : 
an Essay. Illust. Lon., 1868, 4to, 6. Etching and 
Etchers. IlJust. Lon., 1868, Svo. 

" It is seldom that a writer on art approaches his subject 
in so scientific a spirit of inquiry He first weighs the ca. 
pabilities of this particular method of limning separately 
against all others that are in use f in various kinds of mark- 
ing and expression, and, having ascertained what special 
classes of effects can be better produced by it than by any 
other process, he fairly argues that the artit-t who applies 
it with success to the&e is entitled, as an etcher, to a dis- 
tinctly higher rank than that of him who only obtains 
from it such effects as can be produced equally well or 
better by other means. Thus Mr. Hamerton's inquiry is 
twofold, its object bemgr not only to determine the position 
of an etcher among etchers, but also that of etching- itself 
among trhe graphic arts." Spectator, xhx. 210. 


7. Wenderholme a Story of Lancashire and Toik- 
shire, Lon., 1869, 3 vols 8. The Unknown River: an 
Etcher's Voyage of Discovery. Illust. Lon , 1870, r. 
Svo ; 2d ed., 1873, p. Svo. 9 The Etcher's Hand- Book 
giving an Account of the Old Pioeesses and the Pro- 
cesses recently discoveied. Illustrated hy the Author. 
Lon., 1871, 8vo , 3d ed., 1881. 

" This useful little book gives to the amateur and voung 
student both practical knowledge and critical iiiMirut " 
Sat. Rev , xxxm 125. b 

10. The Intellectual Life, Lon., 1873, p. Svo. 

" Commonplace as the substratum must necessarily be, 
Mr Hamerton succeeds in being almost invanablv inter- 
esting. We do not say that he never falls into platitude 
That is a compliment which we could not conscientiously 
pay to any writer of moral essays with whom we are ac- 
quainted. But he succeeds in so illustrating old truths 
that they come with a certain agreeable freshness " Sat. 
jRev , xxxv 686 

" Perhaps the chief merit of Mr Hamerton's work is the 
way in. which he insists upon the great truth equally true 
in literature, science, and art that for the very smallest 
result of any value which the outside world can see, there 
has been an almost intolerable amount of previous 
drudgery, of which the outside spectator takes no heed." 
Ath. t No. 2375. 

11. Chapters on Animals. Illust. Lon,, 1873, Svo; 
4th ed., 1883. 12. (Ed,) Examples of Modern Etching : 
Twenty Plates, with Notes, Lon , 1874, fol. 13. Harry 
Blount : Passages in a Boy's Life on Land and Sea, Lon , 
1875, p. Svo. 

" The story perhaps is not very much in itself, but there 
Is a certain freshness in the incidents and in the charac- 
ters that is not a little attractive " Sat. Rev , xxxix. 160 

H. Bound my House- Notes of Ruial Life in BVance 
in Peace and War, Lon., 1875, sq. 12moj 4th ed., 1880. 
15. The Sylvan Year : Leaves from the Note-Book of 
Eaoul Dubois with Etchings by the Author and other 
Artists, Lon., 1870. 

" The body of the book is chiefly made up of notes on 
the aspect oi the woods at different seasons ot the year, the 
trees which are m leaf, and the vaueties of gieen and 
brown and red that their leaves present, the plants which 
make the most show m the foreground, and the flowers 
which by their number give a general tint to the landscape 
But the author makes no attempt to furnish a systematic 
calendar of vegetation, nor, on the other hand, does he 
counne himself 10 mere description of the extemal aspects 
of nature Where occasion o ffers, he branches off into mat- 
ters literary, artistic, or didactic, watching with Chaucer 
the opening of the ' daisie,' sentimentalizing with Words- 
worth over the lesser celandine, or moralizing on his own 
account on the nest-buildmg ot birds and other rural pur- 
suits," Spectator^ xlix. 436. 

16. Marmorne. This Story is told by Adolphus Se- 

frave, the Youngest of Three Brothers. Bost. and Edin., 
878, p. Svo. Anon, 

" The author has intense artistic susceptibilities, while 
he is thoroughly conversant with French landscape and 
architecture . . . The construction oi his plot is clever . 
His characters are sketched with rare precision arid ca- 
pacity, and with no little origmahtv agreeably flavoured 
with humour, . He has wntien a novel which is ex- 
tremely fascinating and eminently picturesque " Sat, Rev., 
xlv. 215. 

17. Modern Frenchmen: Five Biographies, Lon., 
1878, p. Svo. 

" The five persons chosen by Mr Hamerton to have their 
lives written are Victor Jaequemont, Henri Perreyve, 
Rude, Jean Jacques Ampere, and Henri Regnault . . He 
has made a book containing the lives of five almost un- 
known Frenchmen which deserves to be popular, a book 
which it is pleasant to read, and which, once read, is not 
likely to be forgotten " Sat. Rev , xlv. 760. 

18* The Life of J. M. W. Turner, R.A. : with Nine 
Illustrations etched hy Brunet Debaines, Lon., 1S79, p. 

" The materials are full, condensed, and clear : earnest- 
ness of thought occasionally rises into eloquence, ami a 
pervading cheerfulness and heal thfuln ess of tone make the 
book companionable and pleasant." Sat Rev , xlvn 467 

u He has dealt with a mass of subject matter (Turner's 
life, his work, and Mr Ruskm) in a manner totally inade- 
quate to give to the world any essential notion of what 
Turner did for us. The book we believe to be siraplv this, 
it is a translation by a man of culture of the rather flashy 
but rich record of anecdotes collected by Mr. Thornbury. 
In addition we are supplied with Mr, Hamerton's com- 
ments upon Turner's shortcomings, his vulgarity, his egp- 
3Mm, his untruth to nature , and Mr. Ruskin is clearly 
proved to be not a critic, whatever else he may be." Spec- 
tator, Hi. 151, 

19. The Graphic Arts : a Treatise on the Varieties of 
Drawing, Painting, ana Engraving, in Comparison with 
Eaoh Other and with Nature. Illust. Lon., 1882, 4to 

11 It is the masterpiece of Mr. Hamerton. the goal towards 
which the various fragments of his previous literary work 
may now all be seen to nave tended ' Skf jBeo., Mv. 581. 

" Author, illustrators, printers, and publishers have vied 


with each other in the production of a volume which is in 
every respect solid, tasteful, and complete." ^to , No 2872. 

* He does not take a sufficiently comprehensive view, 
nor consider enough the subject oi graphic art m general, 
to convey an entirely righD conception of the normal 
characteristics of design m the \anous processes of paint- 
ing, drawing, and engraving Ke\ ertheless, what Mr. 
Hamerton says of the various graphic processes contains a 
great deal that is highly interesting and instructive" 
Nation, xxxiv 548. See a letter irom Mr Hamerton, m 
answer to this review, in the Nation, xxxv. 134. 

20. Human Jntei course, Lon , Ib84. Svo. 

" It is in new speculation that the book falls so lamenta- 
bly short \\ e look in vain for bubtle analv&is of thought 
uid feeling, ior fresh distinction between friendship and 
:ove, or between the friendship of persons of the same and 
persons of different sexes, in iaot, for any new word upon 
;hose thousand points in human intercourse which mooern 
life and modern culture have made increasingly 
to manage successfully "Spectator, Iviii 519 

21 Pans m Old and Pre&ent Times: with Especial 
Reference to Changes in its Architecture and Topography, 
Lon., 1884, fol. 22. Landscape Illust. Lon., 1885, fol. 

" Its ' dominant idea/ as the author tells us in his pref- 
ace, is 'the influence of natural landscape upon man/ 
and although art (and especially the limits of it) is con- 
stantly brouglit before the reader, it takes the second place 
in the text, and the assertion of its power and beauty is 
left mainly to the illustrations "Serf Rev , Ix. 360. 

"The author of 'The Graphic Arts' and 'Etching and 
Etchers' has been blessed wuh extraordinary good fortune 
in producing this magnum onus. He has chosen a noble 
subject, he has devoted all his energies and indomitable 
patience to its treatment, and he has been seconded by his 
publishers with such unwonted courage, zeal, and taste 
that the superb volume before us may be said to represent, 
so far as this country is concerned, illustration, decoration, 
" ' an( } ta&te in binding at their best "Ath , No. 

23. Imagination in Landscape Painting. Illust. Lon., 
1886, fol.; 2d ed., 1S87. (Reprinted from "The Port- 
folio," with additional illustrations.) 

"Mr Hamerton divides the imagination of the land- 
scape painter into two kinds, the first of which is simple 
ocular memory, and the second the power of combining 
and fusing remembered images into one pictorial whole. 
. . . Scattered here and there in this book, sometimes 
where it is least expected, we come upon notes and hints 
of intermediate kinds of imagination , and we hope that 
some day he will work upon this field in a more systematic 
manner?' COSMO MONKHOUSE : Acad., xxxi 98. 

24. The Sa6ne : a Summer Voyage : with One Hun- 
dred and Forty-Eight Illustrations by Joseph Pennell 
and the Author, and Four Mfips, Lon., 1887, r. Svo. 

' His book leaves a stimulating- after-flavour of open-air 
exercise enjoyed without stupidity, and of rough living 
judiciously purged of useless brutality or hardship." Sat. 
Men , Ixiv. 865 

"The narrative ... is delightful throughout." Spectator, 

" Mr. Pennell's remarkable dexterity in drawing in pen 
and Ink ha* never been more fully exhibited than in his 
drawings ot the SaOne ''COSMO MONKHOUSE : Acad., xxxii. 

25. Portfolio Papers, with Etched Portrait of the Au- 
thor, Lon., 1888, p. Svo. 


"He looks to fairly round a question, and advances his 
conclusions with such moderation, that opposition is dis- 
armed Indeed, his function -would seem to be rather to 
throw light on all sides of a subject than to penetrate its 
mystery?' Sat. Rev , Ix 360 

Hamill, S. S. The Science of Elocution: the Ele- 
ments and Principles of Voeal Expression, N. York, 1872, 
12mo j new rev. ed., entitled " New Science of Elocu- 
tion," K. York, 1 888. 

Hamilton, A. G. A New Key to Unlock every 
Kingdom, State, and Pi evince in the Known World, 
Lon., 1850, 12mo. 

Hamilton, Adalbert. 1. (Ed.) American and 
English Cases : vols. xxi, and xxii., Northport, 
N.Y , 1886, Svo. 2. (Ed.) American and English Cor- 
poration Cases: vols. ix. and x., Northport, N.Y., 1886, 
ijvo 3. The Interstate Commerce Law: with Annota- 
tions, Noithport, N.Y., 1887, Svo. 

Hamilton, Alexander Henry Abercromby, 
b. 1829 j justice of the peace for Devonshire. 1. Ballads 
from Hebrew History, Lon., 1873, 16mo. 2. (Ed.) Sir 
John Northeote's Note-Book in the Long Parliament: 
containing Proceedings during its First Session, 1640: 
with a Memoir, Lon., 1877, cr. Svo. 3. Quarter Sessions 
from Queen Elizabeth to Queen Anne : Illustrations of 
Local Government and History, drawn from Original 
Record?, (chiefly of Devon,) Lon., 1878, p Svo. 

Hamilton, Alexander V, Household Cyclopae- 
dia of Practioal Receipts and Daily Wants. -Blast. 
Cleveland, 0., 1873, 12mo. 



Hamilton, Alice King. 1* Mildred's Cadet an 
Idyl oi West Point, Phila, 1881, sq 16mo 2 One of 
the Duanea a Novel, Phila , 1885, 12mo. 

Hamilton, Allan McLane, M D , b 1328, at 
Brooklyn, N Y. , a grandson of Alexander Hamilton, 
(ante, vol i, second of the name there mentioned,) 
graduated at the JiTew York College of Physicians and 
Surgeons m 1870, and practised m New York City, mak- 
ing a specialty of nervous diseases He is physician to 
the Epileptic and Paralytic Hospital, Blaekwell's Island 
1, Clinical Electro- Therapeutics, Medical and Surgical, 
Svo 2 Nervous Diseases Description and Treatment, 
Lon , 1878, r 8vo, 2d ed , 1SS2 6 Types of Insanity 
an Illustrated Guide in the Physical Diagnosis of Men- 
tal Disease, N York, 18S3, 4to 4 Manual of Hedieal 
Jurisprudence with Special Reference to Diseases and 
Injuries of the Nervous System^ N. York, 18S4-, 12mo, 
new ed , 1887. 5. The Modern Treatment of Headaches, 
Lon , 1888, r 16mo 

Hamilton, Andrew. Sixteen Months in the 
Danish Isles, Lon , 1852, 2 vols p Svo 

Hamilton, Andrew. Eheinsberg Memorials of 
Fredeuek the Gieat and Prmce Henry of Prussia-, Lon , 
I860, 2 vols Svo 

" A work full of entertainment, and lay no means de* 
void oi instruction, the subject of which has already been 
in part copiously though incidentally treated by a master 
hand Mr Hamilton has contrived to give a bieath of 
literary life to the dead palace by the lake, and, by bring- 
ing Ins scenery home to Ub with singular skill, to make 
ceitain passages of historical biograpay, momentarily at 
least, more vivid than even Mr Carljle's conscientious use 
of books had aaade them "Sat Rev , xhx o46 

Hamilton, Arthur. Lawrence Luftewalde a Tale, 
Lon , 1877, 3 vola or Svo 

Hamilton, Kev. Arthur Hayne, graduated at 
St John's College, Oxford, L844; ordained 1S4S, rector 
of St Mary Arches, Exeter, since 1S68, chaplain of the 
University Missions m Zanzibai 1883-84. 1 (Ed ) In 
Aid of Church Missions in the Diocese of G-rahamstown 
Sermons for Jloly Week, Lon, 1854, 8\o 2, Man's 
Claim to ItmnortaUfcy, 187 L ^ Four Plain Lectures on 
Man* Death, Life, and God, Lon , 1878, 8\o 

Hamilton, Mrs, C. <?.,(" C G H ") 1 The Cu- 
rate of Lmwood, Lon , 1845> 12mo 2 Margaret Walde- 
grave, or, The Power of Truth, Lon , 1846, Svo 3. 
Amy Harrington , or, A Sister's Love, Lon , 1848, Svo 
Anon* 4 Constance Lyudsay , or, The Progress of Error, 
Lon , 1849, Svo 5 Norinan Leslie a Tale of Scottish 
History in the Sixteenth Century, Lon , 1850, 12mo 6 
Carhngfcon Castle - a Tale of the Jesuits, 1852 7 (Ed ) 
The Unclaimed Daughter a Mystery of our Own Day, 
Lon , 1S5S, 2d ed , Bath, n d , Svo 8 The Exiles of 
Italy, Edm,, 1857, Svo 

Hamilton, C, G, After a Dark Nightthe Sun 
a No\el, Lon , 1880, 2 vols p Svo 

Hamilton, C* H, H. Grammar of the Modern 
Irish Language, Lon , I860, cr 3\ o 

Hamilton, C. JT. 1 The Fiynna of Flynnville, 
Lon, 1880, cr Svo 2. Mr Burtraw'd Daughter an 
E very-Day Story, Lon 1 18S2, p Svo -i Irue to the 
Core a Romance of '98, Lon , 1SSJ, 2 vols cr Svo 

Hamilton, Miss C. T. Ruu* at School, or, A 
Le^on for Life, Lon , 1888, p Svo. 

Hamilton, Mrs* Celia V. 1 Woven of Many 
Threads, Bost , 1871, Svo 2 The Ciown from the Spear, 
Bost, 1872, Svo 3 Ropes of Sand, Bo*t, 1S7*, &vo. 
4, My Bonnie Lass, 1877, Svo 5 The Lily of San Mini- 
ato a Novel, N York, 1878, 16 wo. 

Hamilton, Charles, P A S L I Sketches of 
Life and Sport in Southeastern Africa Edited by F a 
H Pnte Olust Lon , 1 870, p Svo 2 Onental Zig- 
zag, or, Wanderiagb in Syrn, Moib, Abyssinia, and 
Egypt Illuet. Lon, 1875, Svo. 

Hamilton, Charles G. One Hundred Flowerets 
of English Ver^e, Colled and Airimged with Short 
Notes ior the Use of Young Persons, Lon , 1865, 12mo 

Hamilton, Retr. Charles James, MA, or- 
dameilS39, viuir of Kimberworth JL&&0-80 1 Mis- 
sion Flowers from the Twenty-Third PsaJrn, and other 
Meditations, Lon , 187 6, 24mo 2 The New Creature: 
its Birth or Origin, Nature, Cooaicts, and Destiny, Lon , 
18S5 ? Svo. 

Hamilton, Mrs. Cfearle* James* Suggestive 
Readings in theOospels, J*m M W-J, 12rao 

Hamilton , Rev, I>.Ho\vland. 1 Church Levees 
and Priestcraft mm Trae Religion, [verse,] Lewibton, 

^ e ' H? 10 2 * Common-Sense Theology^ <xr^ Naked 


Truths in Bough-Shod Rhymes, Lewiston, Me , Svo 3 
Key to Self-Improvement and Happiness, [veisej Lewis- 
ton, Me , 12mo 4, My Soul's Religious History, [verse,] 
Lewiston, Me , 12mo 5 What shall we Believe ? [verse,] 
Lewiston, Me , I2mo 6 Autology an Inductive Sys- 
tem of Mental Science, whose Centre is the Will, and 
whose Completion is the Personality, Bost , 1873, Syo 

Hamilton, David James, M B , F R C S Edm , 
FUSE, professor of pathological anatomy in the Uni- 
versity of Aberdeen On the Pathology of Bronchitis, 
Ca,tanhal Pneumonia, Tubercle, and Allied Lesions of 
the Human Lung, Lon , 1883, Svo 

Hamilton 9 Lieut. -Co I. Douglas. 1 Report 
on the Shevaroy Hills to acoonapauy a Series of Sketches, 
Madras, 1862 2 Report on the Pulm Mountains to 
accompany a Second Senes of Sketches, Madras, 1864, 
4to. 3 Report on the High Ranges of the Annamullay 
Mountains, Madras, 1866, Svo 

Hamilton, E. J TJncle John in the Airay and 
among the Freedmen, N York, 1867, 12mo 

Hamilton, E, P The Knghsh Governess in Rus- 
sia, Lon , 186Ij 12mo 

Hamilton, Edward, M D , physician to the Lon- 
don Honaosopathic Hospital I Guide to the Practice of 
Homoeopathy, Lon, 1844, 12mo 2 A Shoit History of 
the Cholera with a Pew Hmta as to its Prevention by 
Homoeopathic Treatment, 2d ed , Lon , 1848, 8vo 3 
The Flora Homoeopatlnca, or, Illustrations ami Descrip- 
tions of the Medicinal Plants used aa Homoeopathic Bern* 
edies, L<m ,1852-53,2 vol* r Svo 4 A Catalogue Bai- 
sonne* of the Engra\ed Woika of Sir Joshua, lleyno]ds 
from 1705 to 1820 to which is added a Short Biograph- 
ical Sketch of each Engraver, Lon , 1874, Bvo , new ed , 
enl , 1884 5 A Meoioii of F H F Quin, M D , Lon , 
187<J, Svo 

Hamilton, Edward. The Death of our Minotaur. 
By Ihoseus Boat., 1868 

"Hamilton, Edward, M B , professor of anatomy 
at Dr Steetens's Hospital, Dublin The Present State 
of the Army Medical Service as a Life Gaieei for the 
Surgeon, Dublin, 1875, Svo 

Hamilton, Edward. A Fedoial Union not a 
Nation an Examination into our Systems of Govern- 
ment, Bost , IbSO, 12njo 

Hamilton, Edward, M D , F L S , vice-president 
of the Zoological Society KecolleUionb of Ply-Thshmg 
for Salmon, Trout, and Grayling with JSfotea on their 
Haunts, Habats, and History, <fca , Lon , 1884, 8\ o (Be- 
sides the ordinary edition, a large-paper one, limited to 
100 copies ) 

"ApleCLsanterbook on a jsleasauter topic has not been 
published for years "Sot Rev , Iviu 762 

Hamilton, Edward John* ] The Human 
Mind a Treatise in Mantel Philosophy, N Yoik, 1883, 
Svo 2 Mental Science a Text-Book for Schools and 
Colleges, N York, 1885, Svo 

Hamilton, Edwin The Moderate Man, and other 
Verses lllnst Lon , 1888, 4to 

Hamilton, Miss Elizabeth, d 1582, the only 
daughter of Sir William Hamilton, {q v t ante, vol. i ) 
With JONES, Miss 33 COV<WANCE, ot Qirton College, 
(trans ) Microttosmus an Esay concerning Man and 
his Relation to the World, by Hermann Lotae, Edm , 
1SS5, 2 vols Svo (The tianslation was begun by Mi^s 
Hamilton, and completed, alter hei death, and the whoJe 
levied, by Miss Jones ) 

11 To a rare degree of accuracy the translation adds a 
grace which is, perhaps, rarei still " JAMES SULLY Acad , 

Hamilton, JLady Elizabeth Emma, b 1821, 

daughter of the thud Earl of Caryafort, martied, 1844, 
to Lord CJaud Hamilton, (d 1S84 ) (Trans ) Louis Pas- 
teur* his Life and Labours, by his Son-m-Law, VaUery- 
Eadot, Lon , 1885, 12mo 

Hamilton, Eugene James JLee, b 1845, in 
London j educated mainly in France and Germany > was 
at Oriel College, Oxford, tor two jw, 18fi4fl6, and then 
entered the diplomatic service, which he wa$ obliged to 
leave in 137& m consequence of a eeiebio-spmal dmnse 
which has ever sinoe rendered him incapable of physical 
exertion, and which does not allow of his reading or 
writing or being read to All his poems have been com- 
posed without the aid of pen or papu, and have been 
subsequently dictated For the Iat nfteon years he hfi$ 
lived in Florence 1 Poems and Transcripts, Idin and 
Lon , 1878, sq Svo 2. God, Biuptb, and Men, [verse] 
IHuBt Lon , 1880, p Svo , new evl , 1881 4 Ttifc 
Medusa, and other Poems, Lon, ifcS2 ; p. 8\o 


11 In artistic requirements Mr Lee Hamilton's volume is 
often cltjieuiv e enough 1 et v\ itli all its shortcomings 
we fehuuld hiu e to go to gieut name*, among contemporary 
poets btlore we iound a volume of veists \\ith a msbwige so 
aea-r and BO touching Here i& a poet \vho 'lisps 

his numbers a& he lies on his back suffering the agonies oi 
an incurable spinal disease " Ath t So 2b77 

4 Apollo dnd Mai*ya*, an<l othei Poems, Lon , 1884, 
P Svo 

' His most salient quality seems to be a power of iden- 
tifying niHi&elt through the imagination with abnormal 
personalities, exposed to the pressure ot unusual circum- 
stance and extraoidmary temptation ' J A SYSIONDS 
Aead , xxvii 71 

5 Imaginary Sonmts, Lon , 1888, 16ino 

" He seeks to show us personages famous either in his- 
tory or in legend, to take them in a supieme moment, 
and then to make them speak passionately in their own 
voice So far as success can reward so bold an attempt, lie 
gets a fair share of it " Acad xxxiv 264 

Hamilton, F. H. The Communion of Saints, 
Militant and Triumphant, Lon , 1853, 16mo 

Hamilton, Fiank Hastings, MD, LLD, 
1813-18S6, b at WiJuiington, \t , graduated at Union 
College 1840^ and received his medic il degree at the 
University of Pennsylvania 183o, appointed in 1S46 
professor of surgery at the Buffalo Medical College, in 
1859 professor of principles and practice of surgeiy, zmd 
in 18bl of military surgery, at Long Island College Hos- 
pital, served as medical director and as U S medical 
inspector m the aivil war, was connected with. Bellevue 
Hospital from 1801 till his death, resigning his professor- 
ship theie in 1875, arid retaining the pobition ot surgeon 
1 A Practical Trettise on Fricturea md Dislocations. 
Iliust Phila, I860, Svo , *th ed , 18SO 2 A Treatise 
on Military buigeiy and Hygiuie Iliust. N York, 
1865, Svo 

"An eminently practical treatise, clearly written, and 
filled with the details ot cases not onl> interesting in them- 
selves, but important as> com eying much sound informa- 
tion on difficult and mooted points " Nation, i 347 

3 Contubutions relating to the Surgerj? ot the War 
in its Hygienic and Practical Aspects, [Report of U S 
Sanitary Comuiibsion,] N York, 1870, 2 vols Svo 4 
The Principles and Practice of Surgeiy Illust N 
York, 1872, Svo, 2d ed, 1&T9 Alto, amgle addresses, 
lectures, <fcc 

Hamilton, JLieut.-Gen. Sir Frederick Wil- 
Jiam, K B, b 1813, juge of honor to George IV, 
and William IV 1826-dl , in the Orenadier Guards 
18U-6G, served in the Crimea,, mihtiry attaehg at 
Berlin lBtiO-62, retired ISbL , late minister extraordi- 
nary at Naples Tlie Ongm and Histoiy of the JFirst or 
Grenadier Uuaids Illu&t Lon , 1874-77, 3 vols. Svo 

" To place before the public a record of the noble 
deeds oi the magnificent regiment which stands firj&t in 
rank among British infantry was to him a Labour of love , 
and during a quarter ol a centurj he employed him- 
self ort and on in collecting and putting into shape the 
matciials horn which the three thick volumes now before 
us have been constructed "Mh , No 2438 

Hamilton, O Divine Guidance Memorial of A. 
W, Dodge Port N York, 1881, 12mo 

Hamilton, Q Baldwin, of the Inner Temple, 
bariiater-at-liiw A Concise 'JL.rea.tise on the Law ol 
Covenants, Lon , 1K8, 8v o 

" Hamilton, Gail," (Pseud ) See DODGE, MARY 
ABIGAIL, attpi a 

Hamilton, Gavin, of the Elgin Academy 1 
Functions of Si and Qui with bpccul Reference to 
German Theories, Lon , 1862, 8vo 2 The True Theory 
of the Subjunctive, or, The Logic of the L&tm Lan- 
guage, Lon , 1864, Svo 3 The Tine Theory of the 
Greek Negative M?f, Lon , 1S65, Svo 4 The Subjunc- 
tives of the Greeks and Latins with an Appendix on 
Mi?, Lon , 1367, Svo 5 The Logical Consistency of 
Greek and Latin Syntax, Lon , 1370, 8vo 6 The Simple 
Solution of the Greek and Latm Subjunctive, Lon , 
1872, Svo. 7 Gray's Elegy, translated into Latm 
Elegiacs By <J. H , a Countryman of George Buchanan 
Edm., 1877, Svo Anon 8 Scottish and English Schol- 
arship, Lon,, 1883, Svo 9. The Latin of the Latins 
and the Greek of the Greeks in Begard mamly ta the 
Moods of the Verb, Scottish and German Scholarship 
compared, Edm , 1886, 4to 

Hamilton, George, M D , (rf Falkirk. A Short 
Account of th Steam-Bagme and its Inventors, Lo 
1860, 12mo, 

Hamilton 9 Greorge* chief inspector of mounted 
police, Soutlj Auetrah*. The Horse it& Treatmeat 


Australia Illust Adelaide, 1S64, 12mo, netv ed^ 

Sfa, Svo 

Hamilton, Rev. George Burton, M A , gradu. 
ated at Corpus Ohribti College, Oxford^ 1827 01 darned 
1828, chaplain of Chelmsiurd Gaol 1S42-77 The 
Scuptural and Protestant Character of the English Lit- 
urgy, as contemplated by its Compilers, Lon , 1866, Svo, 

Hamilton, Grace. Behind the Clouds, a Story 
of \ illage Lives, Lon , 1879, p. 8vo 

Hamilton, H. B. "Villa, Volpicelh," or, The 
Shut School, Loa , 1853, 8\o 

Hamilton, H. L* 1 Holiday Times a Story for 
Children, Lon., 1&8Q, or S\o 2 The Tithe Society- 
Lon, 1880, 16mo. ^ Household Management for the 
Labouring Classes, Lon., 1882, 12mo 4 Industrial 
Homes and their Management, Lon., 18S3, 12mo 

Hamilton, Hans Claude, PSA* 1. Chrono- 
logical Index to the Pictorial History of England, Edm t 
1860, super r Svo 2. (Ed ) Calendar of State Papers 
relating to Ireland, of the Reigns of Henry VIII , Ed- 
ward VI , Mar>, and Elizabeth, (1509-1692,) (Record 
Office Pub,) Lon, 1860-85, 4 vols imp 8\o S A 
Gramum ot the Greek Language, new ed., Lon , 1864-, 
12mo With FALCONER, W , (trans ) I he Geography of 
Strabo TVith Kotes, Lon , 18o6-S7, * vols p Svo 

Hamilton, Harriet. Thoughts on the Lord's 
Prayer, for Children, Lou, 1S76, 16mo 

Hamilton, Henry* 1. Amenta, and other Poems, 
N Yoik, 1885, Umo 2. The Poet's Praise, N York, 
IbSfi, 16mo. 

Hamilton, Henry R, 1 A Lexicon of the Greek 
Language, exhibiting in a Concise Form All the Words 
m General Use, Lon , 1852-53, 2 parts, I2mo 2 An 
English Greek Lexicon, containing All the Woids in 
General Use, Lon , 1855, 12mo. 

Hamilton, Capt. Ian* 1 The Fighting of the 
Future, Lon , 1885, 12mo 2 The Ballad of Hadji, and 
other Poems Ulust Lon, 1887, 12mo 

Hamilton, Is lay. A Splendid Rally a Story of 
a Love Set, Lon , 1887, p. Svo 

Hamilton, J. A. Life of Daniel O'Connell, 
(" Stati suien" Ser ,) Lon , 1888, p 8vo 

Hamilton, J. Benson. Empty Churches, and 
how to fill them, N York, 1879, 12mo, 2d ed., 1887 

Hamilton, James* 1 Wanderings in North 
Afuca, Lon , 1856, p Svo (The regions traversed are 
those that he in the ancient Cyrenaica ) 2 Smai, the 
Hedjti?, and Soudan Wandeimgs around the Birth- 
Place of the Prophet and across the Ethiopian Desert, 
fiorn Sawakin to Chartum, Lon , 1857, Svo 

Hamilton, Kev. James, D D , [ac,vol i ,add ,] 
1 814-1867 1. Lessons from the Great Biography, Lon , 
1S57, 12mo, new ed, 1861. 2 (Ed ) Oar Christian 
Glassies Readings from the Best Divines with ^Notices, 
Biographical and Critical, Lon., 1857-59, 4 vols cr Svo 
3 Memoirs of the Life of J Wilson, of Woodville, Lou , 
1859, Svo 4. A Morning betide the Lake of Galilee, 
Lon , 1363, 24mo 5 Light on the Path , new ed., Lon , 
1865, 38mo. 6 The Psalter and H> mil-Book Three 
Lectures, Lon,, 1865, Svo 7. Parable of the Prodigal 
Son with Notes and Illustrations, Lon , 1S66, Svo 8 
Memoir and Re mams of J D Burns, Loa, 1869, Svo 
9 Works, Lon , 1869-73, 6 vols p Svo. 10. The Pearl 
of Parables. Notes on Luke xv 11-32, Lon , 1869, ISrno. 
11 Hoses the Han of God. Lectures, Lon., 1870, 12m o, 
2d ed, 1871. 12 Burden-Bearing Ihree Sermons, 
Lon , 1874, 18mo 

Hamilton, James, 1793-1873, of Carlisle, Pa j 
WAS a trustee of Diekm&on College, of which he was a 
graduate, and took an active interest in educational and 
philanthropic measures 1 Notes on Pjophecy, 1859 
Anon. 2. The Wonderful Convention in the Sun; also, 
The Two Pilgrims, Phila, 1871, l&mo 

Hamilton , Rev* James, D D (Ed ) In Hemory 
of the Rev J. Hamilton, M A., Rector of Beddington : 
a Biographical Sketch, with a Few Sermons subjoined, 
Lon., 1863, Svo Privately printed 

Hamilton., Rev* James* educated at Corpus 
Christi College, Cambridge, ordamed 1845, vicar of 
Itoultmg, Somersetshire^ since 1867 1 Tithes, Lon , 
1873, p. Svo 2. The Church of England not established 
by Law and not endowed by the State, Lon , 1873, Svo. 

Hamilton, James, M.A , of Cockpen Faith in 
0od - Sermons. -Edited by Wm Sorymgeotir Lon , 1877, 
p Svo* 

Hamilton^ James Alexander, LL.D ,1788-1878, 
K in New York City , third son of Alexander Hamilton: 



graduated at Columbia College 1805 , served ag an 
of militia, in the war of 1S12, and afterwards practised 
law 1 Beuumscenees of James A. Hamilton, or, Men 
and E\ents, at Home and Abroad, during Three Quarters 
of a Century, N York, IS 69, Svo 

" If the general reader will find this work one the read- 
ing of which \vould be impossible if the art of skipping 
had never been lound out the student of our political his- 
tory will ftnd it of great \ alue, * \ Glume not to be slighted, 
and b> no means of immitigable drjness "Nation, ix 253 

2 Martin Van Buren's Calumnies Repudiated Hamil- 
ton's Conduct a& Secretary of the Treasury Vindicated, 
$ York, 1871), Svo 

Hamilton, IHrs. Janet, 1795-1873, known as the 
"Coitteridge Poetess/' b at Carshili, Shotts Palish, 
Lanarkshire, Scotland , was the daughter of a shoemaker, 
and when very young married her lather's assistant, 
John Hamilton With no education save \fhat she 
gained by reading, she began ea,rlv to write verses, and at 
a later peuod contributed many poems to CabseU's Woik- 
ing- Man's Fnend In her old age she became quite blind 
1 Poems and Essays of a Miscellaneous Character on 
Subjects of General Interest, Glasgow, IS63, fp Svo 2 
Poeins of Purpose and Sketches in Prose oi Scottish 
Peasant Life and Character in Auld Langsyne Sketches 
of Local Scenes and Characters with a Glossary, Glas- 
gow, 1865, 12ino. .8 Poems and Ballads with Intio- 
ductoiy Papers by G GiIMIan and W Wallace, Glasgow, 
186S, I2nao 4 Poems, Sketches, and Essays, Glasgow, 
1871, Svo, newed 1SS5 

" Well worthy attention as an example of how an un- 
educated person, with only the power of reading, could so 
use that power (adding thought to it) as to be able to ex- 
press Jierself m almost lofty rhyme " Alh , No 2282 

Hamilton, Jessie. (Tian& ) Serge Panme, or, 
Can you Blame her > from the Fiench oi G Ohnet, LOB , 
ISSi, p Svo 

Hamilton, John, of St Ernans 1 Ireland's Re- 
covery and Ireland's tieilth, DubTm, 1848, 12mo 2 On 
Truth and Error Thoughts, in Prose and Verse, Cam- 
bndge, 1856, Svo -J Arthur's Seat; or, The Chuich of 
the Banned, Lon , 1369 p Svo 4 Above and Around 
Thoughts on God and Man, Lon , 1881, 12uuo 5. 
Thoughts on Ireland. By an Irish Landlord Lon , 
1SS6, 870 

Hamilton, Rev, John, graduated at Tnmty Col- 
lege, Dublin, 1835, ordained 1S-J7, rector of Armagh- 
down, Ireland, since 1871) Influence of Home's Kehgum 
on National Prosperity, 1865 

Hamilton, John, M A Philo a Eoraance of 
Life m the First Century, Lon , 1S67, 3 vols p Svo 

Hamilton, John, FRO S.I, late smgeon to the 
Kushuiond, Ha-rdwieke, and Whitworth Hospitals, Dub- 
1m Lectures on Syphilitic Osteitis and Penostitia 
Illust Lon , 1874, Svo 

Hamilton, John, F S S Notes and Statistics of 
Cinchona Ba,rk, 2d ed , Lon, 188 i, Svo 

Hamilton, John Church, [a.nfe> vol i, add] 
1 History of the Bepublic of the United States <is 
traced la the Wutings of Afexander Hamilton and of 
his Contemporaries, N York, 1858-64, 7 vols , 4th ed , 
1879 2. The Prairie Province Sketches of Travel 
from Lake Ontario to Lake Winnipeg Illust. Toronto, 
1876, cr Svo 

Hamilton, Col* John Potter, [nafe, vol. u, add ] 
Reminiscences of an Old Sportsman, Lou., 1860, 2 vols 

" Col Hamilton appears to have hunted and shot and 
observed the wait, of different kinds of animals, in almo&t 
e Wl^ n P f Ejl Pe and his book is full of odd stones 
which, he has thus had. the opportunity of collecting " 
Sat J3g# , x 735 

Hamilton, Rev. John William, b 1845, at 
Weaton, W Va ; educated at Mount Union College, 
Ohio, and Boston University; pn>toi of a Methodist 
Episcopal church m Boston I. Memorial of Jesse Lee 
and the Old Elm . Eighty-Fifth Anniveisary of Sermon 
under the Old Elm, 1875, Bost , I875 r 12mo 2. The 
People's Charch, Bost., 1377, I2mo. 3 Lives of the 
jVIethodisfc Bishops, 1883. 4. People's Church Pulpit, 

Hamilton, Joseph. 1 The Starry Hosts a Plea 
for the Habitation of the Planets, Lon , 1875, 8vo, 2 
Animal Futurity a Plea for the Immortality of the 
Brutes, Belfast, 1887, 12mo 

Hamilton, K. (Trans.) Far from Home , from 
the German of John von Dew&ll, Bost , 18B4, 12mo ! 

Hamilton, Kate Livingston, The Chester 

Coterie, Pailu , 1886, l&no ; 

754 ] 


Hamilton, Kate W., ("Flceti," pseud,} h at 
Schenectady, N,Y , has contributed to papers and 
raaga-fiinea, and published a number of Sunday-school 
books 1 The Blue Umbrella, Phila , IStno 2 Chinks 
of Clannyford, Phila^ 16ino 3 Frederick Gordon, or, 
Principle and Inteiest, Phila, ISuio 4 Norah JNeill , 
or, The Way by whieh Be led thee, Phi)a,18mo 5 
The Old Brown House, or, Mother's Birthday Phila , 
ISmo 6 The Shadow of the Rock, Phila , ISrno 7 
The Brave Heait, Phila , 18G8, ISmo 8 Greychife and 
Voshti Lethby'a Heutage, Phila , 1870, 12mo 9 We 
Three, Phila , Ib77, 16uio. 10 The Old Portmanteau 
Blust Phila, 1878, 16mo II, The House that Jaek 
Built Iliust Phila , 1880, 16mo 12 Vagabond and 
Victor Iliust Phila, 1880, 12mo 13 Tangles and 
Corners in Kezzie Driscoll's Life, Phila, 1883, ICmo 
14 Unity Dodge and her Patterns Ulust PhiU , 1884, 
Ibiuo 15 The Iloyal Seivice, or, The King's Seal, 
Eost , 1S87, 12 mo 16 Wood, Ha,y, and Stubble, Phila , 
1888, 16mo With PRATT, MRS Ej LPN FAEMIN, Pi ue's 
Pocket Book, and other Stories Iliust. Bost, 1878, 

Hamilton, Ker Baillie, C B , b 1804, held 
various colonial goveinoibhips 1828-63 Our Saddle^ 
Hornet., Lon , 18fi5, Svo 

Hamilton, Rev. L. The Futuie State and Free 
Discussions ^Foui Sermons, San Pian , 1S69, Svo. 

Hamilton, I/eoiiidas lie Ceuci* 1. Mexican 
Law a Compilation of Mexican Legislation affecting 
Foreigners, <&c , Lon , 1882, Svo 2 Ishtai and Izdubar, 
the Epio of Babylon vol i , Lon , 1 884, Svo 

" He has endeavoured to reconfatruct the ancient epic of 
Babylon, adapted, of couise, to modern tastes from the 
translations given by Assyimn scholars of the fragmentary 
tablets belonging to it " Acad , xsa 365 

^ Mexican Hand-Book a Complete Deseiiption of 
the Kepubhc of Mexico, and a Commercial Directory of 
the Principal Business Men, Lon, 1884, Svo 4 All 
Mattel tends to Rotation , or, Ougm of Eneigy a New 
Hypothesis which throws Light upon all the Phenomena 
of Nature Iliust Vol i , Bost T 1888, Svo 

Hamilton. Kev. Leveson Russell, M A , 1820- 
1869, graduated at Christ Chuich, CKford, 1S45, curate 
of Lovington, &c 1 Parochial Semons, Lon , 186b, 
12mo 2 A Chart of the Anglo-Saxon Church History 
containing Notices of the British Church, &e , to which 
is annexed the Lineage of the Saxon Kings, Lon f 1868, 
4to 3 The Lineage of the Soveieigns of England, from 
the Noi man Conquest including the Collatei al Bnuiuhcs 
of the Royal Family designed as a Key to the Study of 
English History, Lon , 18*>8 f 4to 

Hamilton, Mary. Our Games a Story for Chil- 
dren, Lon , 1874, sq 1 l5rao 

Hamilton, Nicholas E&terhazy Stephen Ar- 
inytage, of Glasbury, Hay, justice of the peace for 
Katlnorhhiie 1 A Dictionary of the English, Gorman, 
and French Languages, Lon f 1833, 3 parts, 12uio 2 
An Inquiry into the Genuineness of the Coriections in 
Air J P Collier's Annotated Shakapei e, Foho, 1642, and 
of Certain Shakspenan Bocumentb likewise published 
by Mr Collier, Lon , I860, 4to 6 (Ed ) The Kational 
Gazetteer oi Great Britain and Ireland, Lon, 3868, 3 
vols Svo 

Hamilton, P* S 1 Observations upon a Union 
of the Colonies of JBrit^h North America, Hahf.ix, N S , 
1855, Svo 2. Nova Scotia considered as a ifield for 
Emigration, Lon , 1858, Svo. 

Hamilton, Patrick. The Resources of Aruona: 
a Manual of Information concerning the Temtoty, Pioa- 
eott, Arizona, 1881, Svo 

Hamilton, Rev. R., of tne Presbytemn Church, 
Fitzroy, Melbourne. Dsiys of Judgment and Years of 
Peace; or, The Great Battle and the Coming Peace, 2d 
ed , Lon and Etim , 1879, 12mo 

Hamilton, Maj.-Gen, Richard. Oame By 
Hawkeye [pseud ] 2d ed , Madras 1881, Svo 

Hamilton, Robert, M , of Edinburgh 1 The 
Natural History of-Bnti*h Pishes, (Jardmo's Natural- 
i"f* Lib ,) 1843, 2 parts, 15mo 2 The Xiue Scriptural 
Sabbath Enforced, JUdin , 1854, 12mo 3 A History of 
British Fuhes. Coloured Plates Lon, 1876, 2 voJs, 

Hamilton, Rev, Robert, of Colhngwoftd, Aus^ 
traha. Gleama of Gloiy from Jesus' JFaee, or, The 
Triumphant Death of Miss B , Lon r 1861, 16mo 

Hamilton, Robert, F E C.S Compulsory Noti- 
fication of Infectious Diseases considered, Lon , 18S3, 8 VXK 


Hamilton, Robert S. 1. Present Status of the 
Philosophy of Society. By Leland A. Webster, [pseud.] 
N. York, 1866. 2. Present Status of Social Science, a 
Review of the Progre&s of Thought in Social Philosophy, 
N York, 1873, 12mo. P 

Hamilton, Rowland. 1. The Resources of a 
Nation a Series of Essays, Lon , 1863, 8vo. 2. Money 
and Value, an Inquiry into the Means and Ends ot 
Economic Production with an Appendix on the Depre- 
ciation of Silver and Indian Currency, Lon., 1878, 8vo. 

Hamilton, T. Beyond the Stars: Heaven, its 
Inhabitants, Occupations, and Life, Lon , 1888, p. 8vo. 

Hamilton, T. C. Diary of the March of the Fif- 
teenth, "The King's" Hussars, to Kandahar, October, 
1878, to April, 1879, Meerut, 1879, Svo. 

Hamilton, T. H. Treatise on Military Surgery 
and Hygiene, Lon , 1S65, Svo. 

Hamilton, Rev. Thomas. Our Rest-Day: its 
Origin, History, and Claims with Special Refeienee to 
Present-Day Needs, Edm , 1886, Svo. 

Hamilton, Thomas, M.A. History of the Irish 
Presbyterian Church. Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 

Hamilton, VerekerM.,and Fasson, Stewart 
M. Scenes in Ceylon. Illust, [Plates, with descriptive 
letter-press in verse.] Lon., 1881, 4to. 

Hamilton, W. G. Useful Information for Railway 
Men, Lon., 1872, obi 24mo. 

Hamilton, W. R. Official Decisions and Changes 
in Upton's Infantry Tactics as authorized by the War 
Department, 3ST. York, 1887, sq. lUmo. 

Hamilton, Walter, F.R.G-.S. 1. A Memoir of 
George Cruikbhank. Illust. Lon., 1878, Svo; 2d ed. 
same year. 2. The Origin of the Office of Poet-Laureate, 
Lon., 1879, Svo Pnvately printed. 3. The Poets-Lau- 
reate of England : being a History of the Office of Poet- 
Laureate, Biographical Notices of its Holders, and a 
Collection ot the Satires, Epigrams, and Lampoons 
directed against them, Lon., 1879, Svo. 

" The author of this amusing volume has spared no pains 
to make it as complete as possible, and it is a good instance 
of the progress that we have made of late years in the pro- 
duction of literary history " Ath , No 2673. 

4. The ^Esthetic Movement in England, Lon., 1S82, 
Svo; 2d ed. same year, 5. (Ed.) Parodies of the Works 
of English and American Authors, Collected and Anno- 
tated: vols. i. and n, 1884-85, vol. in., 1886) vol. iv.. 
1887 ; vol. v., 1888, 4to. 

Hamilton, Rt. Rev. Walter Kerr, D.D., 1808- 
1869, b in London ; educated at Eton, under the private 
tutorship of Dr. Arnold at Laleham, and at Christ 
Church, Oxford, where he graduated, fiiat class Lit, 
Hum., 1831} Fellow of Merton College 1832-42; or- 
dained 1833; vicar of St. Peter's in the East, Oxford, 
1837,- canon of Salisbury 1841, precentor 1842, bishop 
3854. He excited much controversy by his utterances 
on priestly absolution, the real presence, &c , in his charge 
to his diocese in 1887. 1. Morning and Evening Ser- 
vices for Every Day in the Week, and other Prayers . 
arranged for the Use of Families, Oxf., 1842, 12mo. 2. 
Prayeis which in the Present Distress may be used in 
the Chamber, the Family, or privately in Church, Salis- 
bury, 1854, J2mo. 3. A Charge to the Clergy of the 
Diocese of Salisbury at his Primary Visitation, 1855, 
Lon., 1855, Svo. 4, A Charge to the Clergy and Church- 
Wardens of the Diocese of Salisbury at his Triennial 
Visitation, 1858, Salisbury, 1858, Svo. 5. A Charge at 
his Triennial Visitation in 1861, Lon., 1861, Svo. 6. A 
Charge at his Triennial Visitation in 1864, Salisbury, 
1864, Svo. 7. A Charge at his Triennial Visitation, 
1867, Lon f , 1867, Svo. Also, many single sermons. 

Hamilton, William. A Compend of Baptism, 
N. York, 1882, 12nao; U ed., 1883. 

Hamilton, William Alexander Baillie-, b. 
1844 j educated at Harrow ; called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1872 : first-class clerk in the Colonial Office 
1881. Mr. Monteneilo : a Romance of the Civil Service, 
Edin. and Lon , 1884, 3 vols. cr. Svo. 

Hamilton, William Douglas* 1. Outlines of 
the History of England, more especially with Reference 
to the English Constitution, Lon., 1852-$5, 4 vols. 12mo j 
2d ed , vols. iv.-v., (vol. iv. of 1st ed. enl.,) 1869. 2. (Ed.) 
Original Papers Illustrative of the Life and Writings of 
John Milton : with an Appendix pf Documents relating 
to his Connection with the Powell Family, (Camden Soc. 
Pub.,) Lon., 1859, 4to. $, The Civil Service Chronology, 
Lon., 1871, 12mo; new ed., 1886. ,4. (Ed.) A, Cfcianicle 
of England daring the Reigns of the Tndors, from A.D. 


1485 to 1559. By Chailes Wi iothesley, Windsor Her- 
ald. Edited from a MS. in the Possession of Lord H. H. 
M. Percy. (Carnden Soc Pub.) Lon., 1875-77, 2 \ols. 
4to. 5. Chronology of Hisiory, Art, Literature, &c , 
new ed., Lon., 1885, 12mo. With LEVIEN, EDWARD, 
Outlines of the History of Greece, in Connection with 
the Rise of the Arts and Civilization of Europe. Lon.. 
1853-54, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Hamilton, Rev. William T., D D , of Mobile, 
Ala. The Friend of Moses ; or, A Defence of the Penta- 
teuch as the Production of Moses, and an Inspired Doc- 
ument, against the Objections of Modern Scepticism, N. 
York, 1852, Svo ; new ed., entitled " The Pentateuch and 
its Assailants," Edin., 1853, Svo. 

Hamilton, William Tighe, remembrancer of 
the Court of Exchequer in Ireland. 1. The Land Ques- 
tion for England and Ireland, together with a Measure 
for its Settlement, Dublin, 1852, Svo. 2. The Irish Land 
Bills of the Late Government considered with Reference 
to Sounder Legislation, Dublin, 1853, Svo. 

Hamilton- Gordon. See GORDON. 

Hamley, Capt. Charles. Fleets and Navies, 
Edin and Lon , 1860, p. Svo. 

Hamley, Charles. Wassail, N. York, 1879, 

Hamley, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Edward Bruce, 
K.C B., K.C.M.G-., [ante, vol. i., add.,] b. 1824, at Bod- 
min, Cornwall j educated at the Royal Military Academy 
at Woolwich, and entered the Royal Artillery m 1843 ; 
served in the Crimean war; was professor of military 
history at the Staff College, Sandhurst, 1858-64; com- 
mandant of the Staff College 1870-77; chief of the com- 
mission for the delimitation of the Balkan and Armenian 
frontiers 1879-80 j commanded a division in the Egyp- 
tian war of 1882. He has contiibuted largely to Black- 
wood's Magazine and other periodicals. 1. Wellington's 
C&ieer: a Military and Political Summary, Edm. and 
Lon., 1860, 12mo. 2. The Operations of War Explained 
and Illustrated, Lon., 1866, 4to j 2d ed., rev. and enl., 
1869 ; 4th ed., 1878. 

"His plan is to omit as far as possible all technical 
terms, and, passing by all matters of secondary importance, 
to confine him&eli to those leading features by which the 
battle or campaign is distinguished Comprehensive with- 
out being sketchy, he disregards numbers and events, ex- 
cept so far as they are necessary to the establishment of 
principles These principles he takes one by one, illus- 
trating each by some battle or campaign, of which he first 
gives a simple narration,- afterwards commenting on the 
errors or skill of the respective commandersr-and then 
pointing out where the usual rules may, under certain cir- 
cumstances, be deviated from n Ath , No 2018. 

" If any reader desires to understand how Prussia won 
the battle of Prague against Austria, or that of Rossbach 
against France, he will find ample information in Colonel 
Hamley 's pages , where he may also learn how the military 
power which was founded in thef-e fields was ruined by 
the campaign of Jena To see Napoleon as a tactician, 
let us look at Colonel Hamley's map of Austerhtz ; to see 
him as a strategist, let us look at the map which shows 
how skilfully he used his position between the rivers Seme 
and Marne in his campaign against the Prussians and 
Austnans in 1814. Or, it we would follow Wellington at 
Waterloo, Radetzky at Novara, the French Emperor at 
Solferino, or the Confederate generals at Bull Run, Pair 
Oaks, and Gettysburg, Colonel Hamley will guide us over 
all these famous batfle-fields." Sat JRev t xxii. 398 

3. Our Poor Relations: a Philozoic Essay. IIlut. 
Edin., 1872, 12mo. 4. A Chapter on Outposts, Edin., 
1875, p. Svo. 5. (Ed.) Staff College Exercises, 1874: 
being the More Extended Reoonnaisfances which formed 
the Final Part of the Course of that Year, Edin., 1875, 
8vo. 6. (Ed.) Wellington Prixe Essays on the System 
of Field Manoeuvres best adapted for enabling our 
Troops to meet a Continental Army, Edin., Svo. 7. Vol- 
taire, ("Foreign Classics,") Lon,, 1877, 12mo. 8. The 
Last Fi ench Hero. By Alexander Sue-Sand fils, [pseud.] 
Edm,, 1879. 9. The Strategical Conditions of our Indian 
Northwest Frontier : a Lecture, Lon., 1879, Svo. 10. 
THomas Oarlyle: an Essay reprinted from "Black- 
wood's Magazine.** Bdin., 1881, 12mo. 

Hamley, Major-Gen, William George, B.E., 
entered the army 183S) retired 1872. 1. A New Sea 
and an Old Land : being Papers suggested by a Visit 
to Egypt at the End of 1S69 : with Illustrations, Lon., 
1871, Svo. 2. Guilty or Not Guilty ? a Tale, Edm., 1 878, 
p.Svoj 2d ed., 1878. S, The House of Lys: One Book 
of its History: a Tale, Edin. and, Lon., 1879, Svo. 4. 
Traseaden Hall: "When George the Third was King/* 
Lon f and Eain., 1882, S vols. p. Svo. 

Hamlin, Augustus Choate, M.D., K 1828, at 
Columbia, Me.; graduated at Bowdoin in 1851, and took 



his medical degree at Harvard in 1S54, served as 
burgeon through the civil war, and in 1S65 settled m 
Bangor, Me 1 Marty na, or, Andersonville Prison. 
Illust. Bost ,1866, 12m o 2 The Tourmaline its Ke- 
lation as a Gem, its Complex Nature, its Wondetful 
Physical Properties with Special Reference to the 
Matchless Crystals found in the State of Maine, Bost , 
1S73, 12mo 3 Leisure Houis among the Gems, Bost, 
18S4 t 870 

Hani 1 111, Charles, b 1827, at Hampden, Me , ed- 
ucated at Bowdoin , admitted to the bar 185S , served 
through the civil war and was hreretted brigadier-gen- 
eral of volunteers m ISbo, and has since held city offices 
in Bangor and been a member of the legislature. The 
Insolvent Law of Maine with Notes of Decisions and 
Blank Forms, Portland, Me , 1878, 8\o 

Hamhn, Rev. Cyrus, D D , LL D , b 1811, at 
Waterford, Me T graduated at Bowdoin 13 M, and at 
Bangor Congregational Theological Seminary 1837; 
missionary of the American board in Turkey 1837-60 , 
president of Robert College, Constantinople, 1860-76, 
professor of dogmatic theology m Bangor Seminary 
1877-80, president of Middlebury College 1880-85 
Among the Turks, N York and Lon , 1877, Svo 

' A book containing sketches of the personal experience 
of a missionary who resided for thirty-five years in Tur- 
iey, chiefly in Constantinople, and giving *at the same 
time vanons anecdotes and atones, all of which are enter- 
taining, AUth. remarks and inferences which, in many 
cases, are not borne out by the context In one respect 
particularly Dr Hamhn is untrustworthy as a guide 
"While knowing little about Russia, he fears and dislikes 
that country Dr Hamhn has given an interesting 
account of the beginning and the growth, of Robert Col- 
lege, the best educational institution in. Constantinople, 
one with which Dr Hamlm has been from the beginning 
intimately associated "Natwn, xxvi 170 

Also, writings in the Armenian language 

Hamlin, Fanme E. Service and Reward, Har- 
rishurg, Pa , 1879, sq 1 Gmo 

Hamlm, Marie Caroline Watson. Legends 
of Le Detroit Illust. Detroit, Mich , 1884, 12tno 

Hamlin, Mrs. Myra Sawyer. A Politician's 
Daughter, N. York, 1886, Svo 

Hamlme, Rev. Leomdas Lent, DD M 1807- 
1865, b. at Burlington, Conn. , studied law and WAS ad- 
mitted to the bar m Lancaster, , licensed to preach in 
the Methodist Church about 1829, and in 1844 elected 
bishop, which office he resigned m 1852 on account of 
failing health He was editor of the Western Christian 
Advocate 1856-40, and of the Ladies* Repository 1841- 
44 For biog , see PALMER, W , (ante, vol u ,) and 
HIBBARD, F. G, infra. I Sermons Edited by Rev 
F Hibbard Cm , 1866, 12mo 2 Works Edited 
by Rev. F G. Hibbard. Cm , 2 vols 12mo 

Hamlyn, George. Rustic Poems, Davenport, la , 
1869, Svo 

Hammack, E. B., M B The Family Physician 
aad Guide to Health, St. Louis, 1869, Svo. 

Ham met t, Charles Edward, Jr., a bookseller 
at Kewport, E.I A Contribution to the Bibliography 
and Literature of Newport, Rhode Island- comprising 
a List of Books published and printed in Newport 
with Notes and Additions, Newport and Providence. 
K.1 , 1887, 4 to. ' 

Hammick, Horacio H. The Duke of Welling- 
ton's Spanish Estate a Personal Narrative, Lon , 1885, 
Svo ' ' ' 

Hammick, James Thomas, b 1819, called to 
the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1865 , secretary of the registrar- 
general's office, Somerset House, 1870-^9. 1 Sugges- 
tions for the Collection and Arrangement of Local Infor- 
mation of a Statistical and General Character, Lon , 
1872, Svo 2. The Marriage Law of England: a Prac- 
tical Guide to the Legal Requirements connected with 
the Matrimonial Contract, Lan. t 1S73, 12mor 2d eeL 
enl 18Sr. 3 The Acts relating to the Registration of 
Birtbs, Deaths, and Marriages, and the Duties of Regis- 
tration Officers with Introduction, Notes, &c,. Lon,. 
1S7S, 1 2 mo 

Hammond, Adam. 1, The Rudiments of Prac- 
tical Bricklaying, Lon , 1875, 12mo j 5th ed , enl., 1885 
2, Tne Art of Practical Brick-Cutting and Setting 
I* Weale's Ser /') Lon t 1 $88, 12mo. 

Hammond, Charles. Light from the Spirit 
World the Pilgrimage of Thomas Fame and Others to 
the Seventh Circle m the Spirit World, H. York, 1852, 



Hammond, Charles D M M D Medical Infor- 
mation for the Million on the Eclectic and Kefoimed 
Principles, N York, 1855, 12mo 

Hammond, Rev. Charles Edward, M A , 

fraduated at Exeter College, Oxford, 1858, and elected 
ellow, tutor, and lecturer, ordamed 1861, rector of 
Wootton, Northamptonshire, 1882-85, vicar of Men- 
heniot, Cornwall, since 1887 1 Outlines of Textual 
Criticism applied to the New Testament, Lon , 1872 , 
2d ed , 1876, 12mo 2 (Ed ) Liturgies, Eastern and 
Western with Notes and a Glossary, Lon , 1878, p Svo 
Appendix, 1879 3 (Ed ) Antient Liturgies being 
a Reprint of the Texts, eithei Original or Translated, of 
the most Representative Liturgies of the Chuich from 
Various Sources with Introduction, Notes, and Litur- 
gical Glossary, 0\f, 1878, Svo 4 (Ed) Ihe Ancient 
Liturgy of Antioch, <fcc Lon , 1879, p 8vo 

Hammond, Mrs. E. H, 1 Her Waiting Heart 
By Louisa Capsadell, [pseud] N York, 1875, 12uio 
2 Woman's Secrets , or, How to be Beautiful, N Yoik, 
1876, 12tao, 9th ed, 1877 3 Georgians a Story of 
Southern Life, (" Bound Robm" Ser ) Bost , 1 881, 12mo 
Anon 4 A Fair Philosopher, N Yoik, 1882, 12mo. 

Hammond) Rev, Edward Payson, b 1831, at 
Ellington, Conn , graduated at Williams College 1858, 
studied in Union Theological Seminary, and at the Free 
Church Seminary m Edinbmgh, ordamed as an evangel- 
ist 1863, and has since preached in the United States, 
Canada, and Europe 1 Good Will to Men a Narrative 
By Bhs, [pseud] Lon, 1861, 12ino 2 Little Ones 
in the Fold, Boist , 1862, 18mo 3 The Child s Guide to 
Heaven, Bost, 1863, 16mo 4 The Better Life, and 
how to find it, Lon, 1867, p Svo, new ed , 1885 5 
(Ed ) Hymns of Salvation a Collection of New Hymns 
and Tunes especially adapted to Seasons of Deep Re- 
ligious Interest, Lon , 1S67, 16mo 6 Children and 
Jesus, or, Stories to Children about Jesus, Lon, 1867, 
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Jesus and the Little Ones * showing how Little Children 
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Hammond, Egerton Douglas. 1 Reconcilia- 
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Hammond, Henry. Mra Smallbmne's Lodgers : 
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Hammond, Rev. Henry L. New Stories fiom 
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with an Introduction by Rev J. H Vincent Illust. 
Obie and N York, 1886, sq. Svo 

Hammond, James* The Co-Operator^ Cate- 
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Hammond, James Hnry, 1807-1864, gradu- 
ated at South Carolina College 1825, admitted to the 
bar 1828, became editor of the South* in Times 1830, 
served in Congress 1836-36, governor of South Carolina 
1842-44, and senator 1857-60. 1 The Pro-Slavery Ar- 
gument* Letters addressed to Thomas Clarkson, the 
English Abolitionist, Charleston, 1851. 2. Selections 
from Letters and Speeches, N York, 1866, 8vo 

Hammond, Rev, Jonathan Pinkney, D D, 
The Army Chaplain's Manual designed as a Help to 
Chaplains m the Discharge of their Duties, containing, 
also, the Laws and Regulations in Regard to Chaplains, 
Phila , 1S63, 12mo r ' 

Hammond, Joseph. Funeral Reform, Lon , 1875, 

Hammond, H. E, Florence , a Tale, Edm , 1858, 

p. ovo. 

Hammond, Robert. The Electno Light in our 
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Hammond, Samuel H* Hunting Adventures m 


vo. Tramp ln the chateaasay 

Hammond, \V. A, Guide to Leicester and the 
Abbey Park, Leicester, 1885, Svo. 

Hammond, William Alexander, M.D., b. 
1S25, at Annapolis, Md. , graduated at the Medica.1 De- 
partment of the University of New York City, and be- 
came an assistant surgeon in the U S. army in 1849. In 
1852 he was made surgeon-general of the army, with the 
rank of brigadier-geneial. He was piofessorof diseases 
of the mind and nervous system in Bellevue Hospital 
Medical School 1867-73, held a similar chair in New 
York University Medical School 1873-82, and has since 
lectured in the New York Post-Graduate Medical School. 
He has edited and contributed to medical journals. 1. 
Physiological Memoirs, Phila , 1863, Svo. 2. A Treatise 
on Hygiene, with Special Reference to the Medical Ser- 
\ice, Phila., 1863, Svo. 3. Leccuies on Venereal Dis- 
eases, Phila., 1S64-, Svo. 4. A Chapter on Sleep, Phila., 
1865, Svo. 5. Insanity in its Medieo.Legal Relations: 
Opinion relative to the Testamentary Capacity of the 
Late J. C Johnston, N. York, 1866, Svo. 6. Robert 
Seveme, his Friends and his Enemies, a Novel, Phila., 
1S66, 12ino. 7 A Medico- Legal Study of the Case of 
Daniel McParland, N. York, 1867, Svo. S. Sleep and 
its Derangements, PhiU , 1869, I2mo. 9. Physics and 
Physiology of Spiritualism, N. York, 1870, 12mo. 10. 
Clinical Lectures on Diseases of the Nervous System: 
with Notes by T M. B. Cross, N, York, 1871, Svo. 11. 
A Treatise on Diseases of the Nervous System. IHust. 
N. York, 1871, 1. Svo, 7th ed , 1881. 12. Insanity in 
its Relation to Crime, N. York, 1873, Svo. 13. Spirit- 
ualism and Allied Causes and Conditions of Nervous De- 
rangement, N. York, 1S76, 12mo. 

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his intimate acquaintance with abnormal states of the ner- 
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14. Cerebral Hyperajmia, the Result of Mental Strain 
or Emotional Disturbance, N. York, 1878, 16mo. 15. 
Pasting Girls: their Physiology and Pathology, N. 
Yoik, 1879, 12ino. 16. Neurological Contributions of 
Studies and Case Records, N. York, 1879, Svo. 17. 
(Tians.) Electricity in its Relation to Practical Medi- 
cine, by Montz Meyer: with Notes and Additions. 
Illust. N. York, Svo. 18. On Ceitam Conditions of 
Nervous Derangement : Somnambulism Hypnotism 
Hysteria Hysteioid Affections, N. York, 1881, 12moj 
new ed., altered, with Spiritualism and other Forms of 
Mental Derangement, 1881. 19. Dr Grattan: a Novel, 
N. York, 1884, p. Svo. 20. Lai : a Novel, N. York, 1S84, 
32mo. 21. A Strong-Mmded Woman; or, Two Years 
After, N. Yoik, 1885, I2mo. 22. Mr. Oldmixon: a 
Novel, N, York, 1885, 12mo. 23. On theSusquelmuna,: 
a Novel, N. York, 1887, 12mo. 

Ha mo 11, Henry. New York Stock Exchange 
Manual : containing us Principles, Rule?, and its Differ- 
ent Modes of Speculation, N York, 1865, 12mo. 

Ilamon, Peter Gustavus. Observations on 
Spinal and Chest Defoimities, Lon., 1850, Svo. 

Ham pel en, Allen. Hartley Norman : a Tale of 
the Times, N. York, 1860, 12mo. 

Hampden, Hon. Augustus Charles Ho* 
bart-, 1822-1836, known as Hobart Pasha, third 
son of the Earl of Buckinghamshire,' entered the royal 
navy in 1836 j retired from active service in 1860 j com- 
manded a blockade-runner on the coast of North Carolina 
in the civil war, and afterwards entered the Turkish ser- 
vice, and was commander-m-chief of the Black Sea feet 
of Turkey in the Russo-Turkish war. His name had 
been struck off the English navy-list m 1 867, but he was 
reinstated, with the rank of vice-admiral, in 1885. 1. 
Never Caught: Personal Adventures connected with 
Twelve Successful Trips in Blockade- Running during 
the American Civil War, 1863-64, By Captain Rob- 
erts, [pseudj Lon., 1867, 8vo. (Entered under EGB- 
ERTS, CAPT., ante, vol. ii,) 2. The Torpedo Scare: Ex- 

?enences during the Turco-Kussian War, Edin., 1885, 
2mo. 3. Sketches from my Life, Lon., 1886, p. 8vo, 
'* The anecdotes and reminiscences are put together in 
a haphazard way that amply justifies the title There 
is no attempt at fine writing, but the aclnifral knew, no 
doubt, that ills adventures needed no literary settmjr to 
recommend, them, and had but to be told, in a straightfor- 
ward manner to chain the mo&t indifferent reader's atten- 
tion." m. No. 3081, .,, , I4 _ 

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the liveliest interest is nis account of blockade-running 


during the war of secession. . Nowhere does the Interest 
of the narrative flag; and the facts and anecdotes re- 
corded are so many side-lights thrown on the main cur- 
rent of great historical events "Nation, xliv. 19. 

Hampden , Catherine Annesley Hobart-, 
Baroness Hobart, daughter of Rt. Rev. Thomas 
Carr, Biuhop of Bombay; married, 1856, to Frederick 
John Hobart- Hampden, afterwards Baron Hobart, second 
son of the sixth Earl of Buckinghamshire. (Trans ) 
Rays of Consolation from a Swiss Valley, by Charles 
Chatelanat, Edin., 1877, ISmo. 

Hampden, Miss Henrietta, daughter of Bishop 
R. D. Hampden, in/ret. (Ed.) Some Memonals of Renn 
Dickson Hampden, Bishop of Hereford, Lon , 1871, Svo. 

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Hampden, and indeed such a work could scarcely be writ- 
ten by a daughter's hand, but it contains some interesting 
memorials of a wise and good man." Spectator, xliv. 513. 

Hampden, John, of Bath. Reformation or Ruin : 
a Warning to the Churches, and to the Church of Eng- 
land in Particular, Lon., 1862, fp. Svo. 

Hampden, John, of Swandon, Wiltshire. 1. Ze- 
tetic Astronomy. By Parallax, [pseud.] Lon., 1865, 
Svo. 2. Experimental Pioofs that the Surface of Water 
is not Convex, but Horizontal, Lon., 1S70, Svo. 3. The 
New Manual of Biblical Cosmography ; or, Outline of 
the General System of the Universe, Lon., 1877, Svo. 4. 
The Earth in its Creation, <fcc., Lon., 1SSO, Svo. 

Hampden, Lucy Pauline Hobart-, daughter 
of J. Wright, of Lenton Hall, Nottinghamshire ; mar- 
ried, 1S63, to Hon. Charles Edward Hobart-Hampden, 
son of the sixth Earl of Buckinghamshire. 1. The 
Changed Cross, [verse.] Illust. Lon., 1874, 4to. 2. 
The Star and the Cloud. Illust. Lon., 1876, 24mo. 3. 
Uplands of God, and other Religious Poems, Lon., 1SSS, 
24mo. 4. (Ed.) Handy Book of Old and Familiar 
Hymns, Lon., 1SS3, 24mo. 

Hampden, Rt. Rev. Renn Dickson, [ante, 
vol. i., add.,] 1793-1868. 1. Lectures on Moral Philos- 
ophy, Lon., 1S56, Svo. 2. The Fathers of Greek Phi- 
losophy, Lon., IS 62, Svo. 

Hampden, Sydney. Loweneester: a Tale, Lon., 
1S73 ; new ed., 1S75, 12mo. 

Hampden, Vere Henry Hobart-, Baron 
Hobart, eldest son of the sixth Earl of Buckingham- 
shire, 1818-1S75 j educated at Trinity College, Oxford ; 
appointed a clerk in the board of trade 1S42 ; accompa- 
nied Sir H. Ellis on his special mission to Brazil 1843; 
private secretary to Sir George Grey, 1854-55 j governor 
of Madras from 1872. 1. Remarks on the Law of Part- 
nership Liability, Lon., 1853, Svo. 2. On Capital Pun- 
ishment for Murder ; an Essay, Lon., 1861, Svo. 3. Po- 
litical Essays, Lon , 1866, Svo; new ed., enL, 1877. 4. 
The " Mission" of Richard Cobden, Lon, 1867, Svo. 5. 
Essay on the Alabama Claims, 1870. 6. Fragments, <fec., 
Madras, 1875, Svo. Privately printed. 7. The Salt Tax 
ia Southern India ; Letters, Lon., 1S78, Svo. 8. Essays 
and Miscellaneous Writings: with a Biographical Sketch. 
Edited by Mary, Lady Hobart. Lon., 1SS5, 2 vols. Svo. 

" She should have devoted more pains to her biographi- 
cal sketch and less to the unearthing and republieation of 
old magazine essays on scenery, literature, finance, and 
politics"' Spectator, Iviii, 1266. 

Hampden- Jones. See JONES. 

H amp son, P. The Romance of Mathematics: 
being the Original Researches of a Lady Professor of 
Girthain College in Polemical Science, Lon., 1SS6, Svo. 

Hampson, Thomas. Horwich : its History, Le- 
gends, and Church, Wigan, 1883, Svo. 

Hampton, Lady Laura Elizabeth, b* 1845 ; 
daughter of the second Marquis of Nor man by , married, 
186S, to John Vivian Hampton. 1. Musings in Verse 
on the Collects for the Sundays and Chief Holy days: 
with an Introduction by Lord Selborne, Lon.., 1879, er 
Svo. 2. Thoughts on Sickness, Lon., 1887, Svo. 

Hampton, Richard* See CHRISTOPHERS, S. W., 

"Hamst, Olphar," (Pseud.) See THOMAS, 
RALPH, infra. 

Hanaford, Mrs. Phebe Anne, (Coffin,) b. 
1829, at Nantuoket, Mass, j married, 1849, to Joseph H. 
Hanaford j edited the Ladles' ^Repository and The Myrtle 
1866-68, and in the latter year was ordained in the Uni- 
versalist Church* She has since preached in various 
parts of th,e country, and held pastorates in Massachu- 
setts, in Jersey City, ISUT., and in New Haven, Conn., 
where she is now pastor of the Church of the Holy Spirit. 
1. Iitlcrefeia the Quakeress, Bost., 1853, 2. Leonettej 
or, Truth Sought and Found, Phila., 1857. 3. The Bes* 



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Hanbury, .Lionel, Long Judicial Errors m the 
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Hanbnry, William Bateman Bateman-, 
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Hancock, Mrs* Almira Russell. Reminis- 
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Hancock, Anne* Sacred Songs, Lon , 1857, IStno 

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Hancock, E. (Trans ) Master Bieland and his 
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Hancock, E, Campbell. 1. The Amateur pot- 
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China Colours, and How to Use them, Lon., 1880, 12mo 

Hancock, H, J. B. Archery, with Rules for a 
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H an cock , Henry, F.R.CS., d 1880, 1. On the 
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idditwmal name of Burford 1881, A Treatise on Inter- 
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Hancock, John Webster. 1 (Trans ) Concern- 
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Hancock, Mrs. La Touch e. Go-to-Bed Stories 
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Hand cock, William DomviIIe* The History 
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Handford, Thomas W. 1* Early Life and 
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Hanham, Frederick. 1 Natural Illustrations 
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Hanlon, John. Gambetta Orator, Dictator 
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Hanmer, Anthony John. Submission to th< 
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Hann, James, 1799-1856, b at Washington, nea 
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Han 13, William. Chapel and other Trust Debts 
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Liquidation, Lon , 1864, IScao. 

Hanna, J. Marshall, The Acts af Kings a 
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Hanna, Sarah R. Bible History, H York, 1S59. 

Hanna, Rev. William, D D , LL D , 1SOS-1S82, 
son of Dr Samuel Hanna, professor of theology it Bel- 
fast , was educated at Edinburgh Unix e^eity, and ordamed 
in 1835. He followed his father-in-law, Dr. Chalmers, in 
the Free Kirk movement of 1S4 1, and jn 1850 became a 
colleague of Dr Guthrie m the Free St. John's Church, 
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3 (Ed ) Essays by Ministers of the Free Church of 
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Lord's Passion, Edin, 1862, 12mo; new ed, 1S78 6 
The Forty Days after Our Lord's Resurrection, Lon , 
1S64, I2Q10, 8th ed, 1878 7. The Bather Yeais of 
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1S78 8 The Passion Week, [eermons,] Edin , 1866, p 
8\o; 6th ed , 1S78 9. The Ministry in Galilee, Edin , 
1868, 12mo 10 Our Lord's Life on Earth, Edin , 1869, 
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KINGTON, CANON, The Patriarchs, Lon ,1879, p. Svo See, 
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Haiuiaford, lbenezer The Story of a B-egi- 
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Hannaford, Samuel* 1 Flora Tottonensis a 
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Hannah, John, of Diss. Posthumous Khymes, 
Becoles, 1854, Svo. 

Hannah, Rev. John, D B., 1792-1867, b. at Lin- 
coln, Eng , became a Wesleyan minister 1814 , tutor at 
the Theological Institution, Ihdsbury, from 1842 1. 
Memoirs of the Rev I) Stowe, 182S 2. Memorials of 
the Life, Ministiy, and Correspondence of the Rev. T. 
Lessey, Lon , 1842, Svo 3 Memoir of Mrs Hineksman, 
Lon., 1861, Svo 4. Infant Baptism Scriptural, and 
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tizmg, Lon., 18S6, 12mo. 5. Introductory Lectures on 
the Study of Christian Theology, Lon,, 1872, 2d ed, 
1875, p. 8vo Also, single sermon*, Ac. 

Hannah, Ten, John, D.C L., 1818-18S8, son of 
the preceding, was educated at Corpus Chntt College, 
Oxford, where he graduated, first class Lit Hum., I&i7, 
ttad wap elected Fellow of Lincoln College He suc- 
ceeded Bishop Wordsworth in 1854 as warden of Trinity 


College, G-lenalrnond, Scotland; became vicar of Brigh- 
ton in 1S70, prebendary of Chich ester in 1S74, and arch- 
deacon of Lewes in 1876. 1. Discourses on the Fall and 
its Results, Lon., 1857, 12 mo. 2. The Relation between 
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Theology as the Completion of Science, Edm., 1867. 4. 
Hollowness, Narrowness, and Fear : Warnings from the 
Jewish Church : Three Lectures, Lon., 1S69, 12ino, 5. 
(Ed.) The Courtly Poets, fioin Raleigh to Montrose, Lon., 
1870, Svo, 6. (Ed.) Raleigh and Wotton : with Selections 
from the Writings of other Courtly Poets from 1540 to 
1650, (Aldine ed. of the British Poets,) Lon., 1875, fp. 
Svo. 7. What has Christianity done for the Poorer 
Classes ? Thiee Lectures, Lon., 1S75, Svo. 8. The Best 
Reading for Business-Men, Lon., 1878. 

Hannah, Mary. 1. Leaves of Poesie, Lon.,,1848, 
12ino. 2. The Rocks of Quidi Vidi, [verse,] Lon , 1S50, 

Hannan, Charles, F.R.G-.S. A Swallow's Wing : 
a Tale of Pekin, Lon., 1SS7, p. Svo. 

Hannan, Josephine* 1. Told in the Gloaming , or, 
Our Novena, and how we made it, Dublin, 1SS4, I2mo. 
2. Waifs of a Christmas Morning, and other Tales. 
Illust. Dublin, 1SS6, 4to. 

Hannay,Rev. Alexander* How is England to 
be Saved ? an Appeal to Young Men, Lon., 1S77, 12ino. 

Hanuay, Charles James Jenkins, M.A,, b. 
1835; called to the bar at the Inner Temple 1863. Epit- 
ome of the Maritime Rights of Belligerents as between 
themselves, their Allies, and Neutrals, as recognized by 
English Maritime Courts, Lon , 1861, 12mo. 

Haimay, David, son of James Hannay, infia* 1. 
Admiral Blake, ("English Worthies") Lon., 1886, p. 
Svo. 2. Keats, ("English Worthies/') Lon, 1886, p. 
Svo. 3. Grhmpses of the Land of Seott Illust. Lon , 
1887, 4to. 4. Tobias George Smollett, (" Great Writers,") 
Lon., 1887, p. Svo. 

" Within the arbitrary limits of a popular series he has 
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Hanuay, James, [ante, vol. i., add.,] 1827-1873. 
From, I860 to 1864 he was editor of the Edinburgh Cou- 
rant. In 1868 he was appointed British consul at Bar- 
celona. 1. Blackwood v. Carlyle : a Vindication. By a 
Carlylian. Lon., 1850. Pamph. 2. Sketches in Ultra- 
marine : Nautical Tales, Lon., 1853, 2 vols. p. Svo. 3. 
Essays from " The Quarterly Review," Lon., 1861, Svo. 

4. A Brief Memoir of Mr. Thackeray, Edm., 1864, Svo. 

5. Characters and Criticisms: a Book of Miscellanies, 
Lon., 1865, 12mo. 6. A Course of English Literature, 
Lon., 1866, p. Svo. 7. Three Hundred Years of a Nor- 
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1869, 12mo. 9. Charles Dickens : the Story of his Life, 
Lon. and N. York, 1870, 12mo. 

Hannay, James, b. at Richibucto, New Bruns- 
wick, 1842 , was a journalist for a time, then studied law, 
and was admitted to the bar in New Brunswick in 1867. 

1. Reports of Cases argued and determined in the 
Supreme Court of New Brunswick, vols. xh.-xiv , 1867- 
?5. 2. History of Aeadia from its First Discovery to 
its Surrender to England by the Treaty of Paris, St. 
John, N B , 1879, Svo; Lon., 1S80. 

Hannay, Peter. Sermons and a Historical Sketch 
of the Section Church in Wigtownshire : with a Bio- 
graphical Notice by J. Inglis, Bdin,, 1 856, Svo, 

Hauuay, Robert Cutlar Fergusson. 1. 
Rhymes and Sonnets, Greenock, I860, Svo. 2. French 
Palaces, and other Dssays, Lon., 18S3, Svo. 

Hannett, John. The Forest of Arden : its Towns, 
Villages, and Hamlets : a Topographical and Historical 
Account of the District between and around Henley-in- 
Arden and Hampton-in-Arden, in the County of War- 
wick, Lon., 1863, Svo. 

Hanningtott, Rt. Rev. James, M.A., D.D., 
1847-1885, b. at Hurstpierpoint 5 graduated at St. Mary's 
Hall, Oxford, 1873; ordained 1874j curate of Martinhoe 
and Trentishoe 18H-75 ; curate of St. George, Hurst- 
pierpoint, Sussex, 1875-S2 ; consecrated Bishop of Equa- 
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Uganda. Eor biog., see DAWSON, C. E., tupra. 1. Peril 
and Adventures in Central Africa: being Illustrated 
Letters to the Youngsters at Home, Lon , 1S86, cr. Svo. 

2. The Last Journals of Bishop Hannington : being Nar- 
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Journey through the Masai Land and Usoga in 1885. 
Edited by C. E. Dawson. M.A. With Illustrations from 
the Bishop's own Sketches, Lon , 1886, p Svo 

Hanover, M. D. A Practu-al Tteati^e on the Law 
of Horses; 2d ed., enl., Cm , 1875, Svo. 

Hansard, Joseph. The Histon , Topography, and 
Antiquities of the County and City of Watertord, Dun- 
garvan, 1870, Svo. 

Hansborough, George W. Reports, Virginia 
Supreme Court of Appeals, vols. Ixxvi , I&xvii., (1882- 
84,) Richmond, 1886, 2 vols. 8vo 

Hansell, Rev, Edward Halifax, M.A., B D., 
1814-1884, graduated at Magdalen College, Oxtoid, 1836 ; 
Fellow 1847-53 , ordained 183U, rector ot East Ilsley, 
Berkshire, fiom 1865. 1. Notes on the First Essay in 
the Series called " Essays and Reviews,' 1 Lon , 1861, 8vo. 

2. Novuin Testamentum Oicece, Lon., 1864, vols Svo. 

3. The Sorrows of the Cross: Bodily Pain, Ridicule, In- 
gratitude, Lon , 1880, or. Svo, 2d ed., 1881. 

Hansell, P. Lectures on the Chief Differences 
which separate the Churches of Rome and England, 
Caen, 1867, Svo, 

Hansen, George P., d. 1883 ; b at Odense, Den- 
mark; removed to the United States and settled at Chi- 
cago ; appointed by President Lincoln U S. consul at 
Elsmore and Copenhagen. The Legend of Hamlet, 
Prince of Denmark, as found in the Works of Saxo 
Giammaticus and other Writers of the Twelfth Century, 
Chic , 1887, 16mo. 

Hansen, Maurice G. The Reformed Church in 
the Netherlands, 1340-1840, in Short Historical Sketches, 
Phila., 1884, ISmo. 

Hanshew, T. W. A Wedded Widow; or, The 
Love that Lived, N. Yoik, 1887, 12mo. 

Hanslip, A* Golden Showers: with Poems se- 
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Hanson, Alfred, 1816-1886; called to the bar at 
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Acts of 1880 and 1881, so far as they relate to the New 
Death Duties, with an Introduction and Notes, Lon., 
1883, Svo. 

Hanson, C. F. Company Drill Simplified, for 
the Use of Officers and Non -Commissioned Oflicers of 
the Volunteer Service, Lon , 1870, 16mo. 

Hanson, Charles Henry. 1. Stones of the 
Days of King Aithur. Illust Lon., 1882, sq. 16mo. 
2. Homer's Stories Simply Told. Illust. Lon., 1882, 
sq. 16mo. 3 The Siege of Troy, and Wanderings of 
Ulysses, Lon., 1883, sq. 16mo. 4. Stones of Old Rome: 
the Wanderings of ^Bneas and the Siege of Troy. 
Illust. Lon,, 1884, sq 16 mo. 5. The Land of Greece 
Described. Illust. and Maps. Lon., 1885, r. Svo. 

Hanson, George A. (Ed.) Old Kent : the Eastern 
Shore of Maryland: Notes illustiative of the Most 
Ancient Records of Kent County, Maiyland, Bait., 1876, 
Svo ; new ed., 1 877. 

Han son, Mrs. George H. 1. Beauty, an Allegory; 
Eternity the Home with a Few Minor Poems, Lon,, 
1861, fp Svo. 2. A World at War and a World at 
Peace, [verse :] with a Preface by the Rev. Father Igna- 
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Han son , Hannah Maria* The Sacred Moun- 
tains, and other Poems, Lon., 1859, 12mo. 

Hanson, J. The Pupil-Teacher System, Lon,, 
1879, Svo. 

Hanson, Rev. John* 1. Two Letters to the 
Editor of the " Wesleyan Times" on the Methodist Class- 
Meeting and the Condition of Church Membership, Lon., 
1854, Svo. 2. Illustrated Maine Law Tracis, Lon,, 1857, 
12mo, 3. Lectures to the Working- Clashes, HudderS- 
field, 1858, 12mo. 4. Infant Salvation j or, Words of 
Instruction and Comfort concerning Little Children, 
Lon,, 1864, 32rao. 5. Sincere Profession; or, " The 
Heart Sprinkled and the Body Washed :" a Series of 
Private Meditations, Lon , 1864, Svo. 6. Think Again j 
or, Anmhilationism Defined and Disproved, in a Frater- 
nal Reply to W. R. Stevenson, B. White, and A. Mur- 
sell, Lon,, 1875, Svo. 

Hanson, Rev. John H., [awte, vol. i., add.] 
Poems : with a Memoir by his Sister, Christian Hanson* 
N. York, 1868, 12mo, 
Hanson, Rev. John Wesley, D.D., [ante, voM., 


HANSON, BEY J W, add ,] pastor of the "New Cov- 
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Work , or, Some ot the Concessions of Orthodoxy in the 
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Hanson, Sn Rich tin.! Davies, 1800-1876, chief 
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Lon , 1809, 8\o Anon 3 Letters to and from Rome 
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and the Pi caching of Christianity in the Primitive 
Church, Lon , 18T5, Svo 

Hanson, Rev. Thomas .Loader. Sermons, 
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Hanson, William. " A Reason for the Hope that 
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Lon , 1^79, er Svo 

Hanstem, J* F 1 (Trnns) Oswald Dorn an 
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Musaeus, Lon, 1866 16mo 

II aim s > Paul H. An Elementary Treatise on the 
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Bost , 1886, Svo 

HapgoocL, Isabella Florence, b 1850, in Bos- 
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Hapstone, Dal man. Ancient Psalms in Appro- 
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J. j liie Bw-Keeper's 


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Harbord, Rev. John Bradley, M A , graduated 
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served as a chaplain in the royal navy from 1S5J , chap- 
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Harcourt, Augustus George Yernon$ b 
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Harcouxt, C* G. V era on* (Ed ) Legends of St 
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Harcourt, Edward Vernon. 1 A Sketch of 
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Invalid Visitor, Lon, 1851, p Svo 2 Sporting m 
Algenn, Lon , 1859, p Svo 

Harcourt, Edward William^ MA, b 1825; 
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'* This delightful little volume " Spectator, Ivm 676 

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tomm PrQpugnaculnm ,'* but in the Dictionary of 
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"he printed only one book apparently, namely," the 
Pastorum Propngnaculuio ) 3 (Ed ) The Life of MM. 
Godolphm. By John Evelyn Lon , 1888, Svo 

Harcourt, Helen* 1 Bertram Raymond, or, 
The Cruise of the Dolphin," Phila, 1872, 12ino 2. 
FJorida Prints, and how to raise them, Louisville, Ey , 
1883, 12mo ? enL ed , 1886. 

Harcourt, Mrs. J* A Friend in Ten Thousand : 
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Harcourt, Leveson Francis Vemon-* 1- 
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Harcourt, R* Rambles through the British Isles, 
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Harcourt, Sir William George GraviUe 
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W V Harcourt, infra; graduated at Trinity College, 
Cambridge, with high honors, 1 851 ; called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1854; M P for Oxford 1868-80, and since 
then for Derby j solicitor-general 1873-74 knighted 
1873 : secretary of state for the Home DepartmeTat 1880- 
85] Chancellor of the exeheqw !8S6 While practising 
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Har court, Rev. William Vernon-, MA, 
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Oakley, Lon., 1882, 3 vols p Svo 3 Family Troubles, 
Lon , 1S62, 2 vols. p Svo. 4. A Country Visit, Lon , 
1863, 3 vols p Svo. 5, Poem*, Lon , 1865, p. Svo. 6. 
A Troubled Stream a Story, Lon , 1866, 3 vols p Svo, 
7 A Song of Consolation, and other Poems, Lon., 1868, 
12mo 8. Wolves and Lambs a Story, Lon,, 1868, 2 
vols 12mo. 

Hardcastle, George* Wanderings m Wensley- 
dale, Yorkshire, Sunderland, 1864, 8vo, new ed, enl 
by C Homer with a Chapter on Angling, by F. M, 
Walbran, Ripon, 1SS?, Svo. 

Hardcastle, Henry* MAb 1841, educated at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1866 1. The LAW and Practice of Elec- 
tion Petitions with an Appendix containing the Par- 
liamentary Elections Act, 1868, Lon , 1874, Svo, 3d ed , 
3885 2. A Treatise on the Rules which govern the 
Construction and Effect of Statutory Law, Lon , 1879, 8vo 
Hardcastle, Mark. The Arrandel Motto a 
Novel, Lon , 1871, 3 vols p Svo. 

Hardee, Lieut.-Gen, William J., d. 18^3; b 
about 1817, at Savannah, Ga , graduate! at the US. 
Military Academy 18 JS, served in the Mexican war, 
was commandant at West Point 1356-61, when he en- 
tered the Confederate service U Rifle and Light In- 
fantry Tactics, Phila r 1S55, 2 vols 12mo. 2. Rifle and 
Light Infantry Tactics an Abstract for the Recruit, N 
York, I$(S2, 16mo 

Hardeman, /. J. Songs for the Sanctuary, Lon,, 
1864, 12tno 

Harden , John William. 1 Scripture Proofs on 
the Leading Doctrines of the Gospel, Lon , 1873, S2mo 
2. Questions on the Leading Doctiines of the Gwpel, 
Lon., 1873, p Svo 

Harden, Rev. Ralph William, graduated at 
Trmity College, Dublin, 1859, ordained 1861; clerical 
secretary of the Society for Piomotmg Christianity 
among the Jews since 1876 1. The ITntended Flock, 
1880. 2. Israel not in Russia, 1882 

Hardenstein, Ernest. The Epidemic of 18?S 
and its Homoeopathic Treatment; [also] Treatise on the 
Disease, by A. H Hardenstein, N Orleans, 1879, 12mo. 
Hardens, George JMT. Notes by the Wayside, or, 
Silent Thoughts for Quiet Hours, Melbourne, I860, 12mo j 
Hardie, James* Dental Vade-Slecura* Concise 
Kotea on Anatomy, Physiology, Surgery, and Chemistry 
4th ed,, Glasgow, 1882, Svo. j 

Harding, Charles, tf.R S.L. The Volunteer Ser- ! 


vice as a Branch of the Army of the Reserve, Lon , 
1370, bvo 

Harding, Chester, 1792-1866, b at Conway, 
Mass , became a house-pointer at Pittsburg, Pa , and 
afterwards a portrait-painter, and was veiy popular 
in this capacity both in America and in England My 
Egotistigraphy Prepared for bis Family and Friends 
by One of his Children, [Mrs M E (Harding) White ] 
Cambridge, 1866 Privately printed 

Harding, Claud, R N 1 Ferndyke, Lon , 1885, 
p Svo 2. Old Shipmates a Novel, Lon , 1887, p Svo. 
3 Derelict a Tale of Moving Accidents by Flood and 
Field, Lon , 1888, p Svo 

Harding) E, Hurren. Magnetic and Electrical 
Laws, LOB , 1885, r 18 mo 

Harding, Edward John, b 1851, m England; 
resides in New York Cothurnus and Lyre Poeme, N. 
York, 1878, 12mo 

Harding, Emily Grace. 1. Leo-line, or, Cap- 
tured and Rescued, Lon v 1&77, new ed , 1888 2 A 
Mountain Daisy, Lon , 1 878, 3 vols CT Svo , new ed , 
18S5 -J Hazel , or, Penlpomt Light-House, Lon , 1885, 

Harding', F. E. Practical Hand-Book of School 
Management and Teaching, Lon , 1872, 12mo 

Harding, Florence* Marjory's Faith a !N"ovel, 
Lon , 1876, cr Svo. 

Harding, George Rogers, b 1840, educated at 
Magdalene College, Cambudge, called to the bar at Lin- 
coln's Inn 1861 , puisne judge of the Supreme Couit of 
Queensland since 1879 , acting chief justice 1883-84 
A Handy Book of Ecclesiastical Law, Lon t I860, fp 
Svo, 2ded, 1862* 

Harding* H* Rowland* The Worship of Inno- 
cence a Collection of Lineal Poems, Mertbyr-Tydnl, 
1875, Svo 

Harding, J, D. 1 Principles and Practice of Art, 
Lon , 1845, imp Svo 2 Picturesque Selections, Lon , 

Harding, Rt. Rev* John, DD, [ante, vol i, 
add ,] 1805-1874, b m London , griduated at Worcester 
College, Oxford, 1820, Bishop of Bombay lSol~69. 
Texts and Thoughts for Christian Ministers, Lon 1874, 
p Svo Also, many sermons and charges 

Harding:, Rev. John, graduated at Church Mis- 
sionary College, Islington, 1&42, ordained 1846, vicar 
of Martin, Wiltshire, 1872 , formerly a missionary in 
Travancore, India 1 "Peace unto the Heathen/ 5 and 
other Sermons, Lon , 1866, p 8vo 2 The Four Who's, 
or, Fourfold Appeal on Behalf of Missions, Lon , 1868, 
Svo 3 Household Worship, or, Family Prayers fora 
3?orf night, Lon , 1878, fp 8vo Also, single sermons, 

Harding, John Geoi-get Flo^cuh Literarum, 
or, Gems horn the Poetry oi All Time, Lon, 1869, fp 
Svo 2ded,186tf 

Harding, Stanley* The Amateur Trapper and 
Trap-Maker's Guide lllust N York, 1875, 16nm 

Harding , Rev. Thomas, of Uxbndge Exposi- 
tory Lectures on the Book of Jonah, Lon , 1856, 12mo 

Harding, Rev* Thomas, Methodist minister 
Mary Rogers; or, A Shoit and Simple Annal of the 
Poor, Cross-Hills, Ciaven, 1859, 16mo 

Harding, W. M. Trins- Atlantic Sketches. By 
Porte-Plume, [pseud ] N York, 1870 

Harding, Wallace J. Bright To-Morrow, Lon, 
1869, 3 vols p Svo, 

Harding, laeut.-Col. William, FftS, 1792- 
1886, b at Pilton, Eng , entered the army 1812, served 
in the Peninsular war, lettredm 1841, and after 1866 
resided on his estate of Upcott, Pilton The History of 
TiverUm, Tiverton, 1845-J7, 2 vols Svo 

Harding, William E. 1 The American Ath- 
lete. Rules of Training and Begimen of Physical Cul* 
ture, [also] Short Sketches of Athletes Illust N 
York, ISfil, Svo 2. Champions of the American Prize- 
Ring Illust. N York, 1881, Svo 3 Edward Han- 
Ian, America's Champion (busman, Ac* Illust N, 
York, 1881, Svo. 4 John Hughes, Champion Pedes- 
trian. Port and Illust N York, 1881, 16mo 

Hardmge, B. Original Formation of G-old from 
its Sihcious and Sulphurous Oxides, N York, 1868, Svo, 

Harding e, Jttrs* Belle Boyd, a Southern woman 
who acted as A Confoderate spy during the civil war. 
Belle Bovd in Oamp and Prison Written by Herself* 
With an Introduction by a Friend of the South. Lon , 
1865, 2 vols p Svo , Amer ed , with an Introduction by 
George Augusta [te] Sala, N* York, 1865, 12mo 



Hard in ge, Emma* See BRITTEN, MRS. 
(HARDINGE,) supra. 

Hardinge, H. Creation : a Poem, in Six Cantos, 
Lon, 1863, Svo. 

Hardinge, William Henry. Narrative in Proof 
of the Uninterrupted Consecrational Descent of the 
Bifehops of the Church of Ireland, Dublin, 1867, Svo. 

Mardinge, William Money. 1. Clifford Gray; 
a Romance of Modern Life, Lon., 1881, p. Svo. 2. 
Eugenia: an Episode, Lon., 1883, 3 vols. cr. Svo. 3. 
The Willow-Garth a Novel, Lon., 1SS6, 2 vols. cr. Svo. 
4. Out of the Fog, Lon , 18S8, 12mo 

Hardingham, George Gatton Melhuish. 1. 
Practical Aeronautics : a Paper. Lon., 1871, p. Svo. 2. 
Trade- Mai ks: Notes on the British, Foreign, and Colo- 
nial Laws relating thereto, Lon., 18S1, Svo. 

Hardman, Frederick, [ante, vol. i., add.,] 1S14- 
1S74, served as an officer with the British Legion in 
Spam 1834 j became a foreign correspondent of the Times 
about 1850, and succeeded Laurence Oliphant as chief 
coirespondent at Pans in 1873. 1. (Tians.) Pictures 
from St. Peteisburg, by B. Jerrmann, Lon., 1852. 2. 
(Ed.) Hidden Treasuies; or, The Heir of Hohenberg, 
Lon., 1S53, Svo. 3. The Spanish Campaign in Morocco, 
Lon , 1860, cr. Svo. 

Hardman, Rev. Joseph William, LL.D , grad- 
uated at Timity College, Dublin, 1855 j ordained 1857,* 
vicar of Felton Common, Somerset, 1878-85; licensed 
preacher of the diocese of Bath and Wells since 1885. 
1. The Best Method of giving Prominence to the Holy 
Communion as the Principal Service of the Church, 
Lon , 1878, fp. Svo. 2. A Trip to America- with Map, 
Lon., 18S4, p. Svo. 3. Stones and Teaching on the Lit- 
any, Lon., 18S5, 2 parts, p. Svo. 4. Lights and Shadows 
of Chuich Hiatoiy, from the Apostolic Times to the 
Present Day : a Series of Short Sermons, Lon., 1886, p. 
Svo. 5. Parson's Perplexity: What to Preach About: 
being Short Suggestive Sermons for the Hard- Working 
and Hun led, Lon , 1887, p. Svo. 6. Caught and Taught j 
or, New Nets for Fishers of Men, Lon., 1888, p. Svo. 7. 
"Mark Well her Bulwarks;" or, "Fortifications of the 
Faith," Lon., 1888, p. Svo. S. Plain Sermon: the Death 
of the Emperor of Germany, Lon., 1SSS, Svo. 9. Stories 
and Teachings on the Matins and Evensong of Common 
Prayer, Lon , 18S8, p. Svo. 

Hardman, William. The Wine-Growers' and 
Wme-Coopei s* Manual : with Plans and Alcoholic Tables, 
Lon., 1878, Svo. 

Hardwich, Sara 1WU Plutus Adonis: a Mythical 
Hero, Lon., 1883, 2 vols p. Svo. 

Hardwich, Rev. Thomas Frederick, educated 
at the University ot London, &c j ordained 1861; vicar 
of Shotton, Durham, since 1867. A Manual of Photo- 
graphic Chemifctry, Lon., 1855, 12moj 7th ed., edited 
by G. Davvson and E. Hadow, 1864; 9th ed., by J. T. 
Taylor, 1883. 

llardwick, Benjamin. The Lock-Out: Consid- 
erations on the Recent Stiuggles between Capital and 
Labour in the North, Lon , 1865, Svo. 

Hard wick, Yen. Charles, M.A., [ante, vol. i., 
add.,] 1821-1859, b at Slmgsby, Yorkshire; graduated, 
first senior optime, at St. Catharine's Hall, Cambridge, 
1844, and elected Fellow; ordained 1846; appointed 
lecturei in divinity at King's College, Cambridge, 1855, 
and archdeacon of Ely in 1859. 1. History of the Chris- 
tian Church in the Middle Ages, Lon., 1S5E ; 2d ed., 
edited by W., Lon., 1872, p. Svo. 2. Christ and 
other Masters : an Inquiry into some of the Parallelisms 
and Contrasts between Christianity and the Beligioua 
Systems of the Ancient World, Lou., 1855-58, 4 parts, 
Svo ; new ed., rev., with Prefatory Memoir by Rev. F. 
Proctoi, Lon., 187,3, cr. Svo. 3. A History of the Chris- 
tian Church during the Reformation, Lon., 1856, p. Svo; 
2d ed., by F. Proctor, 1865 ; 3d ed., by W. Stubbs, 1873. 
Hard wick, Charles, 1817-1889, b. at Preston, 
became a portrait-painter ; was a founder and vice-presi- 
dent of the Manchester Literary Club. 1. History of 
the Borough of Preston and its Environs in the County 
of Lancaster, Preston, J85T, 8vo. 2. The History, Pres- 
ent Position, and Social Importance of Friendly Socie- 
ties, Lon., 1S59, 12mo; 3d ed , Manchester, 1SS4. 8. 
Insolvent Sick and Burial Clubs ; the Cause* nd the 
Cure; or, How to Found a Reliable Friendly Society, 
Manchester, 1S63, 12mo. 4. The Present Insurance 

Crisis : the Government Action s Mr* Cave's Bill, Man- 
chester, 1870, 12mo. 5. traditions, Superstitions, and 
Folk- Lore, (ehiefy Lancashire and the JSorth of Eng- 

land*) their Affinity to Others in Widely-Distributed 
Localities: their Eastern Origin and Mythical Signifi- 
cance, Manchester, 1872, Svo. 

11 Mr Hard wick is right in the main, we believe, when 
e connects his Lancashire superstitions with the ideas of 
Eastern religion , but his unhesitating acceptance of eer- 
;am rather wild theories on the subject makes us doubt 
the \alue of some of his critical opinions." Ath , No. 

6. On some Antient Battle-Fields in Lancashire, and 
;heir Historical, Legendary, and ^Esthetic Associations, 
Manchester, 18S2, r. Svo 

f Hardwicke, Herbert Junius, M.D., physician 
,o the Sheffield Public Hospital for Diseases of the Skin. 
L. Guide to European Universities . containing the Reg- 
ulations for obtaining the " M.D." at Most of the Euro- 
jean Continental Universities; also, A Directory of 
British Medical Practitioners possessing Foreign or Co- 
onial Degrees or Diplomas, Sheffield, 1878, Svo. 2. 
Hardwicke, of County Stafford, (" Family History,") 
Sheffield, 1878, Svo. 3. Medical Education and Practice 
n All Parts of the World, Lon., 1SSO, Svo. 4. Skin 
Eruptions: their Causes and Prevention, Lon., 1SS1, 
Svo. 5. Vox Humana : Singing from a Medical Point 
of View, Lon., 1881, 18mo. 6. Health-Eesorts and 
Spas ; or, Climatic and Hygienic Treatment of Disease, 
Lon., 1SS3, 12mo. 7. The Popular Faith Unveiled, Lon., 
1884, Svo. 8. Evolution and Creation, Lon., 1SS7, Svo. 

Hardwicke, William, M.D. L Life and Health 
Assurance for the Woi king- Classes, Lon., 1S64, Svo. 2. 
3n the Moral and Physical Advantages of Baths and 
Wash-Houses, Lon., 1874, Svo, 

Hardy 9 Mrs. Frank Blake the Trapper : a Tale for 
Boys. Illust Lon., 18SO, Svo. 

Hardy, Arthur Sherburne, Ph.D., b. 1847, at 
Andover, Mass. ; graduated at the U.S. Military Academy 
1 869 ; became a lieutenant of artillery, and was for a 
short time assistant instructor of artillery tactics in the 
Military Academy. He retired from the army in 1870, 
and, after holding a professorship of civil engineering 
and applied mathematics at Grinnell College, Iowa, 
1870-73, and studying engineering for a year in Paris, 
was made professor of civil engineering in the Chandler 
Scientific School of Dartmouth in 1874, and in 1878 pro- 
fessor of mathematics in Dartmouth College. 1* Fran- 
cesca of Rimini. By A. S. H. Phila., 1878, 12mo. 2. 
Elements of Quaternions, Bost., 1SS1, Svo. 3. But Yet 
a Woman, Bost., 1883, 12mo. 

*' The story is strong and original withal. The reader 
will find all his conjectures as to plot not disappointed, 
but contradicted and surpassed." Nation, xxxvi. 405. 

4. The Wind of Destiny, Bost., 18S6, 12mo. 

"If one holds with Tennyson that man is man and 
master of his fate, he will be very apt to grow impatient 
with Mr. Hardy's little episodes of love at first sight, his 
inconsequent situations, nis excess of art and lack of 
matter. . . . And yet * The Wind of Destiny' is far from, 
being a bad novel." Nation, xlni. 272 

" Imperfect and .shadowy as the tale is, no one that reads 
it will doubt for a moment that ' The Wind of Destiny' is 
the work of a man of genius." Speetato?*, lix. 820. 

** The book . . . contains not merely a small library of 
thoughtful, eloquent, deeply enjoyable epigrams, but a 
profound lesson." -CHfoc t v 303 

5. Passe Rose, Bost, 1889, 12iao. 

Hardy, Major-Gen. Campbell, B.A., b* 1S31; 
retired 1880, 1. Sporting Adventures m the New World ; 
or, Days and Nights of Moose-Hunting in the Pine 
Forests of Acadia, Lon., 1S55, 2 vols. p. Svo. 2. Forest 
Life in Acadie : Sketches of Sport and Natural History 
in the Canadian Dominion, Lon , 1869, Svo. 

"He has a proper abhorrence of useless slaughter, and 
renders intelligible something of the genuine enjoyment 
to be derived from wandering with a gun or a rod over the 
still unexhausted wilderness of Nova Scotia." Sat. JReo. f 

Hardy, Edmund Armitage* Our Horses : being 
Anecdotes from Personal Experience of Individual 
Horses, Lon,, j878, 12rno. 

Haidy, Rev. Edward John, M.A., graduated 
at Trinity College, Dublm, 1871 j ordained 1874; chap- 
lain to the forces since 1887. 1. How to be Happy, 
though Married. By a Graduate of the University of 
Matrimony. Lon., J 885, p. Svo. 2. Uncle John's Talks 
with his Nephews, Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 3. "Manners 
Makyth Man," Lon., 1886, p, Svo, Anon. 4. Faint, 
yet Pursuing, and other Sermons, Lon., 1S86, p. Svo 5 
new ed., 1888. 5. The Five Talents of Women, Lon., 
18SS, p. Svo. 

Hardy, Miss Elizabeth, [ante, vol. i., HABDT, 
s Miss> add.,] 1794-1854, b. in Ireland, I. Michael Caa- 



sidy , or, The Cottage Gardener Lon , 1S45, 1 2mo Anon 

2 The Confessor a Jesuit Tale of the Times, founded 
on Fact with a Preface by the Rev C. B Tayler, 
M A , Loa , 1854, 12mo Anon 

Hardy, Ernest George, M A , and JMann, J. S,, 
M A ( Trans, ) The Antiquities of Greece The State 
from the German of G F Schomium, Lon , 188ft, 8vo 

Hardy, Frederic. 1 Ventriloquism Made Easy 
the Theory and Prietiee of the Art exhibited, Lon, 
1865. ISrao 2 A B C of Billiards, Lon , 1866, 32mo. 

3 Chess for Beginners, Lon., 1866, 32mo 4. Cribbage 
and Dominoes, Lon, 1867, 32mo 5 Parlour Magio, 
Lon , 1867, 32mo With WARE, J. R , The Modern 
Hoyle, LOB , 1870, !2mo. 

Hardy, Horatio Nelson. The London Hospitals 
and the Jubilee being the Sturge Prize Essay on Hos- 
pitals, Bristol, 1887, Svo 

Hardy, Miss Jza Duffus, diugbterof Sir Thomas 
Dufius Hardy, mft a 1 Not E isily Jealous, Lon , 1872, 

3 vols p Svo. 2 Between Two Fires, Lon , 187^ 2 vols 
p Svo 3 Glenfiairn, Lon , 1377, 3 vols p Svo 4. Only 
a Love-Story, Loo , 1877, 3 vols or Svo, new ed, 1885. 
6 For the Old Love's Sake a Storv, Lon , 1877, 12mo 

6 A Broken Faith, Lon , 1378, 3 vols p Svo 7 Friend 
and Lover, Lon > 1SSQ, 3 vola. p Svo 8 Love, Honour, 
and Obey, Lon , 1881, 3 vols p Svo , new ed , 1S84 9. 
Between IVo Oceans , or, Sketches of American Travel, 
Lon t 1SS4, Svo. 10 The Love that he Passed By a 
TaJe of Sa-ntana, City, Lon , 1884, 3 vols er, Svo 11. 
Hearts or Diamonds? & Novel, Lon , 1885, 2 \ols 12 
Changes and Alligators Sketches of South Florida Life, 
Lon., 1886, p Svo 13, The Westhorpe Mystery a 
Story, Lon , 1886, 12mo. 14. The Girl he did not 
Marry, Lon , 1837, 3 vols or Svo. 15. Love in Idleness 
a Story of & Winter i& Florida, Lou , 1887, 3 vols or. 

Hardy, Mrs. Janet, (Gordon.) 1 The Cornells 
of Castle Uormell, Lon , ISbS, 2 vols p Svo 2 Cham- 
pions of the Reformation the Stones of their Lives, 
Edm, 1869, 12m o 3 The Spanish Inquisition * its 
Heroes and Martyrs, Lon , 1870, 1 2rno 4 Jacqueline 
a Story of the Reformation in Holland, Lon., 1872, 
12mo 5 The Story of a Noble Lite or, Zurich and its 
Reformer, Ulrica Zvvingle, Lon , 1874, 12mo. 6 Afloat 
and AsUore with Sir Walter Ealeigh, Lon., 1876, 1 2mo. 

7 The Castaways' Home, or, The Sailing and the Sink- 
ing of the Goa.l Ship "Rose" Illust Lon, 1877, 
32ino. S. Up North, or, Lost and Found in Russia, and 
the Arctic Wastes. Illast Lon , 1878, 12mo 9. Jacob 
Jennings the Colonist, or, The Adventures of a Young 
Scotch mm m South Africa, Eilin , 1884, 12mo 

Hardy, Mary, Lady, daughter of C. Macdowell, 
second mfe of Sir Jaoiuatt JOuffas Hardy, in// a After 
the death of her husband, she vi&ited the United States 
\nth her daughter I. War Notes from the Crimea, 
Lon , 1855, Svo 2 The Artist's Family, an Historical 
Romance, Lon , 1857, 12mo B A Casual Acquaintance 
a Hovel founded on Fact, Lon , 1866, 2 vols p. Svo 

4 A Hero's Work, Lon , 1867, 3 vols p Svo. 5. Paul 
Wynter's Sacrifice, Lon, 1869, & vols p Svo, new ed, 

"A single personage, even when the leading one, no 
more makes a good novel than a solitary sw allow makes a 
summer Paul Wyuter, we freely confess, is excellent , a 
lofty conception consistently worked out The others 
are all more or less weak and forced " bat Reo , xxvu 852 

6. Daisy Kichol , a Novel, Lou , 1S70, 3 vols p Svo 
7 A Woman's Triumph a Novel, Lon , 1 872, <J vols p 
Svo, 8. Lizzie, Lon., 1874, 3 rote p fao 9 Madge, 
Lon , 1S78, 3 vols p* Svo 10 Beryl Forteacue, Lon , 
1881, SvoLs or Svo 11 Through Citie* anil Frame- 
Lands. Sketches of an American Tour, Lon , 1881, Svo 

"She is one of those who may be said to run and write 
Her readers, with even the best will in the world to 
keep up with her, suon find themselves left &r behind " 
Sat Rw , hi 453 

12 JUown South, Lon , 1883, Svo 

"Gives gooi evidence as to the reconstruction of the 
South She draws a vivid sketch, of life as it there presents 
ifeelf to an ordinary traveller, while the outlines and 
casuat touches of the picture ate sufficient to bring into 
strong contrast the <Jifterences between the South of vester- 
day and of to-day n Soft Rw t In. 639 

IB In Sigkt of I*and, Lon , 1885, S vols* or Svo. 14 
A Dangerous Experiment ; a Novel, Lon , 18SS, 3 vols. 
or Svo 

Hardy, Fhilip Dixon, [nnte, vol. i , add ] 1 The 
Mfiynooth Grant considered Religiously, Morallv, and 
Politicly, Lon,/lS53, Svo. 2 Belfast and 


Causeway, Lon , 1861, fp Svo 3 Dublin 
Counties, Lon , 1861, fp. Svo. 4 Galway, Connetnara, 
and the Irian Highland*, Lon , 1861, fp Svo 5 The 
Lakes of Killarney, Cork, <fcc , Lon , 1861, fp Svo 6 
(Ed ) The New Testament Matthew and Romans 
with Notes, Lon , ISbS, 8\o 

Hardy, Rev. Robert Spence, [ante, vol i , add ,] 
180-5-1868, ordained minister m the We^leyan Meth- 
odist Church m 1825, missionary in Ceylon for many 
years, member of the Royal Asiatic Society 1 A 
JWLauual of Buddhism m its Modern Development trans- 
lated from Singhalese MSS , Lon f 185% Svo, 2d ed , 
18SO 2 William Q-nmshaw, Incumbent of Haworth, 
1742-63, Lon , I860, fp Svo 3 The Legends and Theo- 
ries of the Buddhists compared with History and Sci- 
ence with Introductory Notices of the Life and System 
of G6tawa Buddha, Lon , 1S66, p Svo, 2d ed , 1881. 

Hardy, Robert William Hale 1, Travels m 
the Interior of Mexico m 1825-28, Lon , 1S29, Svo 2 
Incidental Remarks on some Properties of Light being 
Part V of an Essay on Vision, Lon , 1856, Svo 6 Deity 
as Cieator, Sustainer, and User of Nature, Lon , 1874, 
p 8vo 

Hardy, Robina F* 1 Whin Bloom, [verse,] 
Edin , 1879, p bvo 2 Hester Glen's Holidays, Glasgow, 
1881, l(5uio 3 Jock Ehlhda,y,a GrassmarUet Hero, or, 
Sketches of Life and Character in an Old City Parish, 
Edin , 1883, 12mo 4 Toui T^lfei's Shadow a Story of 
Every-Da>y Liie, Edin, 1SSS, I2mo 5 Glenaiilie, or, 
The Last of the Gi aauie^, Edin , 1S84, p Svo 6 Archie , 
a Story of Changing Fortunes and other Stone 1 ?, Edin , 
1885, 12rno 7. Within a Mile o' Edinburgh Town, Edin , 
1885, 4to 8 Katie, an Edinburgh Lassie, Edin , 1885, 
12mo 9 Fickle Foitune, Edin, 1886, 12rno 10 
Frieda's First Lesson ("Way to Win" Ser ) Illust. 
Edm , 1887, ISmo With SWAN, ANNIE S , and SAXBY, 
JESSIE M F , Vita Vmctis, Edin , 1887, p Svo, (Con- 
tains stories in prose and poeme ) 

Hardy, Mis, Samuel* The Soldier's Dream , or, 
The Home of Mercy for Habitual Drunkards, ion, 
1876, Svo 

Hardy, Thomas, b 1840, at a village in Dorset- 
shire, Eng , of the same family to which Nelson's cap- 
tain, Thomas Haidy, belonged He went to school in his 
native county, and was apprenticed at sixteen to an ec- 
clesiastical architect in the county town On coming of 
age he went to London, where he entered as a student of 
modern languages at King's College, and became a pupil 
in architecture of Mr Arthur Elomneld, F S A He 
received the prize and medal of the Institute of British 
Architects in 1863 for his essay on Coloured Bnok and 
Terrfi-Cotta Architecture, winning also in the same year 
a priae for design He also wrote art criticism. At 
about the age of thirty he found his true vem in the 
writing of fiction, to which he has since mainly devoted 
himself He resides at Mas: Gate, near Dorohester, IJor- 
setsbire, on a hill which overlooks many of the scenes of 
his Wessex tales Some of his novels have been tians- 
lated into French and Dutch, and " Far from the Madding 
Crowd" was dramatized by the author in 1879 and pro- 
duced in a modified form in 1882 1 Desperate Rome- 
dies, Lon , 1871, 3 vols p Rio Anon 

" * Desperate Remedies/ though 5n some respects a.n un- 
pleasant story, ib undoubtedly a very powerful one We 
cannot deude, satisfactorily to our own mind, on the sex 
of the author The chief blemish of the book will be 
found in the occasional coarseness If the author will 
purge himsel f of this we see no reason why he should 
not write novels only a little, if at all, Interior to the best 
of the present generation " Ath , No 2266 

2 Under the Greenwood Tree a Eural Painting of 
the Dutch School By the Author of " Desperate Reme- 
dies " Lon., 3872, 2 vols p 8vo f 

" A series of rural pictures full pf life and genome eol- 
ouringr, aua drawn with a distinct minuteness reminding 
one at tunes of some of the scenes in * Hermann and Doro- 
thea " flint Rev , xxxiv 417 

J A Pair of Blue Eyes, Lon , 1873, 3 vola p 8vo , 
new ed., 1877 

" 'Elfnde Swancourt, a young lady,' has a very dlatinct, 
if not a very substantial, character and there is iiolack of 
individuality about the people \ho surround her Mr 
Hardy's femimm? ideal is not loftj, though perilously at- 
tractive, #s the gtory shows n Ao!\ No ZJ88 

4. Par from the Madding t'jowd, Lm , 1874, 2 vola 
P $ yo * 

^Mt H ar ^ kas stall much to learn, or, perhaps we 
ought to say, to unlearn before he caw oe placed in the 
first order or modern English novelists , He takes 
trouble* &nd Is not an a hurry to worl; off Jiia sketches 
Tney are imaginative, dravin from the i&|$$e, and highly 



finished They show power also of probing and analyzing 
the deeper shades of character The English Bceodan 
has never been so idealised before Under his hand 
Boeotians become Athenians in acuteness, Germans in ca- 
pacity for philosophic speculation, and Parisians m polish 
we feel either that we have misjudged the unenfran- 
chised agricultural classes, or that Mr Hardy has put his 
own thoughts and words into their mouths And this sus- 
picion necessarily shakes our confidence in the truthful- 
ness of many of the idyllic incidents of rustic life which 
are so plentifully scattered through these volumes 
But perhaps it does not very much matter (except to the 
student of the political capabilities of the agricultural 
labourer) whether eithei the conversations or the descrip- 
tions are true or false They are in keeping with the gen- 
eral character of the novel to this extent that they are 
worked up with unusual skill and care Each scene is a 
study in itself, and, within its o\vn limits, effective And 
they all fit into the story like pieces of an elaborate puzzle, 
making, when they are so fitted in, an effective whole " 
Sat to , xxxix 57 

* By critics who prefer a grain of substance to a pound 
of shadow it will, we think, be pronounced a decidedly 
delusive performance , it has a fatal lack of magic 
It is inordinately diffuse, and, as a piece of narrative, sin- 
gularly inartistic "Nation, xix 423 

5 The Hand of Echelberta a Comedy in Chapters 
Illust Lou , 1876, 2 vols p 8vo 

" While the whole story is a most elaborate and lively 
satire on the social falsehoods of our fashionable world on 
the vapidness of us life, the hollowness of its sentiment, 
and the chasms which yawn between it and the hone-st la- 
bour which builds the edifice of its luxury, we do not find 
much in it that impresses us as if it ever had happened or 
ever would happen, and are disposed to regard the whole 
story as a humorous fable illustrating the vices and weak- 
nesses of the upper ten thousand, rather than as a picture 
of the most characteristic figures in the intellectual society 
of modern London "^pectator^ xlix ^30 

" We cannot but think that 'The Hand of Ethelberta * 
amusing as it is, is hardly worthy of its author's powers 
Sat R&o t li 592 

6 The Eeturn of the Native, Lon , 1878, 3 vols p 

" We maintain that the primary object of a story is to 
amuse , and in the attempt to amuse u& Mr Hardy in our 
opinion, breaks down He would seem to be steadily 
subordinating interest to the rules by which he regulates 
his art In the rugged and studied simplicity of its 
subject the story strikes us as intensely artificial We 
need not say that Mr Hardy's descriptions are always 
vivid, and often most picturesque But he weakens rather 
than increases their force by going out of his -way for ec- 
centric forms of expression which are far less suggestive 
of his meanings than the every-day words he carefully 
avoids "Sat MSV , xlvn 23 

" A storv of singular power and interest, very original, 
very gloomy, very great in some respects, though these re- 
spects are not the highest and from beginning to end in 
the highest degree vivid " Spectator, lii 181 

7 The Trumpet-Major: a Tale, Lon , 1880, 3 vols p 

" Mr Hardy in his latest novel has produced perhaps a 
finer study of character in a certain sense than he has be- 
fore given to his readers This central character is sur- 

rounded by others drawn for the most part with the truth 
and insight which have raised Mr Hardy to the high 
place he occupies among novelists of our time " Sa> .Rev , 
T **&& 

" The present story is not Mr Hardy's best, but it has 
some of his best work in it " Spectator, 1m 1627 

8. A Laodicean, or, The Castle of the Do Stancys 
a Story of To-Day, Lon , 1881, 3 vols p 8vo, 

"The book has undoubted interest both because Mr 
Hardy has written it and because it is In many ways so 
unlike anything else that he has written Whether he has 
made his new departure in the right direction is another 
question " Sat &ev } liii 53 

" In previous works . Mr Hardly has shown a talent 
for depicting heroines the reverse of commonplace, and 
belonging to a class of their own In the work before 
us this talent is displayed in the picture of Paula Power 
The study of this curious, uncommon, but by no means 
inconceivable middle-class young lady is very interesting " 
8pect<xtor t Iv, 296 

9. Two on a Tower a Romance, Lon 1882, 3 vols p 

probability in the plot, and what good can be served by 
violating all natural motives in order to produce such un- 
pteasanfresults we are at a loss to see "Spectator, Ivi Io4 

10 The Mayor of Oasterb ridge the Life and Death 
of a Man of Character, Lon*, 1886, 2 vols p 8vo 

" Mr Hardy txas notgiven us any more powerml study 
than that of Michael Henehard, We cannot express 
too warmly our admiration for the art with which tha 
stalwart and wayward nature has been delineated a^ all 
the apparently self-contradictory subtleties of his mood 
have bees 0cnftrayecl " Specio&wv lix 752 

11. TheWwmandenu Lon,> 1887, 3 vola. p 

nt of the 

V 48 

various aspects of the woodland in the midst of which the 
story is laid, for example, are worked in with inimitable 
skill" Ath, No 3100 

12 Wessex Tales Strange, Lively, and Commonplace, 
Lon , 1S88, 2 vols p 8vo 

" Mr Hardy has rare qualities, a keen observation of 
nature, a knowledge of country life and its wajs that 
George Sand might envy, and a tragic force "which 
few writers possess "Scti Rev , xli 593 

" Mr Haray seems, after a preliminary trial cf several 
nnds to have finally chosen as his branch of fiction that 
which, for want of a better name, may be called the 
modern romantic That is, he takes the present for his 
;ime and such people as move among us at the present for 
his characters , but he makes his characters do things, and 
puts them into positions, which, if not impossible, would 
at least be thought \erv remarkable, and worthy of a lead- 
ng article m every daHj paper, if thev had really been re- 
ported bv a living witness This must be called the second 
order of fiction, as it is distinctly inferior, in an arti&tic 
joint of view, to that which produces its effects solely 
with the materials of every-day life but in the nan ds of a 
master, who is capable of seeing how people might prob- 
ably act and speak in improbable circumstances, it is by 
no means unsatisfactory "Ath No 2529 

" While Mr Hardy has enough superficial kno\\ ledge 
of human nature to give an air of plausibility and life to 
all he pamts, he has not enough or, at least, seldom shows 
enough to engrave individual figures on our mind as 
figures which take leave to live in our memories, and 
which positively enlarge the sphere of our expectations " 
Spe ctator, xlix 530 

" He has a telling instinct for the value of sex his 
heroines are profoundly feminine, his heroes thoroughly, 
and at times comically, masculine He ne\er misses 
the comic aspect of a situation or episode, and yet he 
never enforces it by a coarse or unsympathetic touch the 
light falls gentlv and sweetly upon it and passes on A 
great many modern novelists would never be humorous 
if there were not so great a demand for humour nowa- 
days, . but Mr Hardy is humorous inevitably and in - 
ad 5 * ertently On The other hand, gem us of Mr Hardy's 
order is not capable of the loftier and more powerful 
efforts of tragedy, its furthest range m this direction 
should be limited by the pathetic ana this* involves never 
altogether losing sight of the humorous Kow, in true 
pathos Mr Hardy has no Ihiug superior, but his attempts 
in the way of tragedy have not been satisfactory 
When Othello kilb Desdemona the act only makes him 
more Othello than he was before, but when Eustacia 
drowns herself on Egdon Heath, she leaves the Eustaeia 
that we believe in safe oxi the bank " Spectator, lu j J627 

44 He has never risen much above nor sunk much below 
the level of his, ' Under the Greenw ood Tree ' In all his 
succeeding novels we have had the same dehcacy of ob- 
servation, the same curious combination of felicity with 
infelicity of expression, the same success in getting what 
may be roughh called tone without much faithfulness m 
other equally important matters " Nation, rxxu 16 

Hardy, Sir Thomas Duffus, [ante, vot i , add ,] 
1804-1878, b m Jamaica was appointed in 1819 a 
junior clerk in the Record Office, and in 1869 succeeded 
feir Francis Palgrave as deputy keeper of the Public 
Kecords. He was knighted in 1870* 1. A Eeview of 
the Present State of the Shakspeanan Controversy, Lon , 
1860, 8vo 2 Descriptive Catalogue of Materials re- 
lating to the History of Great Britain and Ireland to 
the End of the Reign of Henry VII , Lon , 1862, r. 8vo 
3 Report upon the Documents in the Archives and 
Public Libraries of Venice, Lon , 1866, r 8vo. 4 (Ed.) 
Syllabus, in English, of Rymer>s Foedera, (1066-1654,) 
(Record Office Pub, ) Lon , 1869-85, 3 voK 5 The Atna- 
tiftsian Creed m Connection with the Utrecht Psalter 
being a Report to the Right Honourable Lord Ronnlly, 
Master of the Eolls, on a Manuscript m the University 
of Utrecht, Lon , 1872, 4to 6 (Ed ) Year-Boolcs Sdward 
I., Years 20-21, Lon., 1873, r 8ro, 7. Further Report 
on the Utrecht Psalter in Answer to the Eight Reports 
made to the Trustees of the Bntifeh Museum and edited 
by the Dean of Westminster, Lon, 1874, 4to. Clhe 
question discussed in these repents is the date of the 
Utrecht Psalter, Sir T. D Haidy contending that the 
MS belongs to the sixth century, while his opponents 
assign it respectively tp the seventh, the eighth, the 
ninth, find the tenth century.) 

u There can we think, be no reasonable doubt that the 
handwrmngr is actually that of the sixth century , or, if 
not, that it is a copy of a Jater period, imitating the style 
of the sixth century " NICHOLAS FOCOCK J.wi , M lift 

Hardy, W Auchterlome, tfearndale- a lem- 
perflnee Tale. Lon f 1876, p Svo 

Hardy, Sir William* F S.A n 1807-1887 , entered 
tbe branch Eeoord Office in the Tower of London with 
his brother Sir T D, Hardy, *pra, and beijame succes- 
sively keener of the Eeoord$ of tbe Dw&y of Lancaster, 
ass&lw; keeper of the Public Rflcords, and deputy 
keeuar, aa office from which he retired m 1S86. (Twins 
r ' 


and ed ) The Clmtera of the Duchy of Lancaster 
Lon , 1845, Svo TFith HARDY, EDWAHD, L C P., P S A 
1. (Trans ) A Collection of the Chronicles and Ancient 
Histories of Great Britain, now called England, by John 
de Wavrin vols. i -n , Lon., 188437, r Svo 2 (Ed ) 
Recueil des Chroniques et anehiennes Istones de la 
Grant Bretaigne * a present nomine Bngleterre Par Je- 
han de Waurm. (Record Office Pub ) Lon , 1884, 4 
vols Svo 

Hardy, William, of Harrogate Life and Elec- 
tricity in Health and Disease being a Guide to the Use 
of Electricity IE Disease, Harrogate, 1862-65, 2 parts, 

Hare, An gust us John Cuthbert, [ante, vol i , 
add,] b 1834, at the Vila Strozzi at Rome, son of 
Francis George Hare, and nephew of Augustus William 
Hare and Julius Charles Hare, (q v , ante, vol i ,) and 
adopted by Mrs Maria Hare, infra* He was educated 
at Harrow, and at University College, Oxford, and for- 
merly resided at the family home of Hurstmonceaux, but 
afterwards removed to Holmhurst, near Hastings 1 
Epitaphs for Country Churchyards, Collected and Ar- 
ranged, Oxf, 1856, Svo 2 Afinter at Mentone, Lon, 
1862, 12mo. 3. Walks in Borne, Lon , 1871, 2 vols p 
Svo, 12th ed, 1887. 

" He has supplied in a pleasanter and more intellectual 
form but; with the practical drawback of filling two some- 
hat bulky volumes an enlarged Murray for Home " 
Sat Rev , xxxn 156, 

4. Memorials of a Quiet Life, Lon , 1872, 2 vols p 
Svo 1 8th ed, 1884 

" Francis Augustus Julius, and Marcus Hare, ' the most 
brotherly of brothers,' as Landor called them are promi- 
nent figures here , but the central character of the book is 
Mrs Augustus Hare of whose life we have minute partic- 
ulars from childhood to old age, and from whose diary 
copious extracts are given "Spectator xlv 1592 

' Two verj thick volumes expended on the quiet life of 
a clergyman's widow unknown to fame might test e\ en a 
steady reader's powers to the utmost Impatient turn- 
ing or the leaver produces only discouragement , but be^nn 
at the beginning, and the well-principled effort is re 
warded by forming acquaintance with a really high- 
minded, unworldly, and intellectual group of people pre- 
senting a picture of aims, pursuits, and habits which laise 
them sufficiently above ordinary folks and their doings to 
make them well worth knowing "Sat Jtev^xxv 21 

5 Wanderings in Spain Illust Lon , 1873, p Svo , 

" Here Is the ideal book of travel In Spam the book 
which exactly anticipates the requirements of everybody 
who is fortunate enough to be going to that enchanted 
laud , the book which ably consoles those who are not so 
happv, by supplying the imagination from ihe daintiest 
and most delicious of its stores The book seizes upon 
one's mind with a fascination like that of the Par East, 
with its mingled delight m grand nature and its subtle, 
distant human sympathy with a past and a present quite 
unlike the past and pre&ent of our own race and country " 
Spectator, xlvi 111 

11 One of the charms of his volume is the number of le- 
gends and anecdotes that the traveller will seek m vam m 
the guide books , It Is a book that will bear reading 
repeatedlv when, one is moving among the scenes it de 
scribes" Serf to.xxxv 154 

6 Days near Home Illu&t Lon , 1875, 2 vols cr 
Svo, 3d ed, 1884 

" It treats specially of Rome's surroundings, and of the 
quite endless excursions which may be undertaken with 
large profit of refreshment and information by any one 
possessed of moderate health, moderate means, and a 
moderate spirit of adventure "Spectator, xlvni 437 

7* Memorials of a Quiet Life : (supplementary Volume 
With Fifty-Sevan Photographs Lon , 1876, p Svo, 

" This volume is given m accordance with the earnest 
request from many distant quarters for the actual and ac- 
curate representation of the places and of the persons 
mentioned m ' Memorials of a Quiet Life ' The ad- 
ditional letterpress given consists of further selections 
from the unpublished letters and journal of Mrs Augustus 
Hare> and a few of the letters of Archdeacon Hare/ 1 Ath 
No 2548 ' 

' The last volume which he has given to his peculiar 
audience is chiefly made up of copies of the portraits of 
all the Hares and all their connections and all the houses 
in which they ever lived, notwithstanding that there is 
nothing at all remarkable either in the faces or the houses 
or thu alarmingly well-known family "Spectator, xlix 

8. Cities of Northern and Central Italy, Lon , 1 876, 3 
vols, p, Svo 

"With one or two exceptions, we have scarcely 

have collated a good many) with which a student of the 
red book [Murray's "Hand-Book for Northern Italy"! 
would not be tolly as well acquainted as Mr Hare him- 
self *Ath , NO 2532. j 
*His accounts of scenery and travelling are obviously' 


inspired, in the majority of instances, by a personal an<3 
even intimate acquaintance with the localities described 
He gives us information and guidance not to be obtained 
at all elsewhere, or, at least, to be collected with difficulty " 
Spectator, xlis 1285 

9 Walks in London, Lon, 1878, 2 vols p 8vo, 5th 
ed, rev, 1883 

" So much of late years has "been written about London 
that a new work on the subject is not likely to contain 
much original matter, but the author has gone over the 
ground himself, in addition to a careful study of authori- 
ties, and personal observation has enabled him to use his 
book-knowledge effectively ' Walks in London' is a 
book for perusal as well as for reference " Spectator, li 

10 The Life and Letters of Frances, Baroness Bun- 
sen, Lon , 1878, 2 vols 8vo , 3d ed , 18S2 

" Mr Hare has, on the whole exercised a wise discretion 
in allowing the letter to tell their own story, but he might 
with advantage have curtailed a little both at the begin- 
ning and the end of the book " Ath , No 2672 

11 Cities of Southern Italy and Sicily, Lon , 1883, 
cr. 8vo 

"It is pleasant to have set before us, by means of Mr 
Hare's excellent word-painting, the many classic and med- 
iaeval buildings with which these districts abound, es- 
pecially as these antiquarian subjects are every now and 
then agreeably enlivened by sketches of romantic scenery 
and curious aspects of ancient and modern life " Spectator . 
Ivii 417 

12 Cities of Central Italy, Lon , 1884, 2 vols p Svo. 
IS Yenice, Lou , 1884, p Svo 14 Florence, Lon , 
1884, p Svo, 2d ed, 1887 15 Sketches in Holland 
and Scandinavia, Lon , 1885, p Svo 

"The author savs truly that these Sketches are slight, 
but they are vivid and picturesque, and convey a more 
distinct impression of Holland and Scandinavia than 
many larger works " Spectator, Ivm 1009 

16 Studies in Russia Illuat Lon , 1S85, p Svo 

" A volume which may be read with pleasure, and may 
prove useful to travellers who intend to visit the scenes 
he has described Regarded as a hand-book, his work 
deserves to be commended " Ath , No dOOO 

17 Paris, Lon , 1887, p Svo 18 Bays near Pans, 
Lon , 1887, p Svo. 

" Hare, Mrs. Emily," (Pseud ) See JOHNSON, 
Mns LAURA W , wfi a 

Hare, F. A. C. 1 Life Assurance Made Easy , or, 
The Calculation of Nett Kates explained by Simple 
Arithmetical Demonstration, Lon , 1870, Svo 2 
Bonuses an Aid to the Selection of a Life Office, Lon , 
188% Svo. 3 William Earr, Lon , 1883, Svo 4 Life- 
insurance Manual, Lon, 1S86, 8to 

Hare,Hobart Amory, M D , clinical professor of 
diseases of children m the University of Pennsylvania 
1. The Physiological and Pathological Effects of the Use 
of Tobacco, Phila , 1885, Svo 2 Questions and Answeis 
on the Essentials of Physiology, prepaied especially foi 
Students of Medicine Illust Phila , 1888, 12mo 

Hare, John Middleton. 1. Famihai Colloquies 
between a Father and his Children, Lon , 1SC2, 12mo 
2 The Ministry and Character of R. H Hare, Lon , 
1874, p Svo 

Hare, Maria, (Leycester,) d 1870, wife of Eev. 
Augustus William Hare, (ante, vol i ) For biog pee 
HARE, A J C , supra. A True and Sad Stoiy of 1862, 
Lon , 1862, 16mo 

Hare, Thomas, M A , [cm?<?, vol i , add ,] b 1806 ; 
educated at Queen's College, Cambridge, called to the 
ba-r at the Inner Temple 183$, an inspector of chanties 
bince 1853. 1. A Treatise on the Election of Represen- 
tatives, Parliamentary and Municipal, Lon , 1859, Svo, 
4th ed , 1 87? 2. The Development of the Wealth of In- 
dia* with Notes, Lon , 1861, Svo 3 Usque ad Coelum 
Thoughts on the Dwellings of the People, Charitable 
Estates, Improvement, and Local Government in the 
Metropolis, Lon , 1862, Svo 

Hare, W. R. On the Search for a Dinner, [trans- 
lated from the French,] Lon , 1857, 12mo 

Hare, Capt. William Aldworth Home, KB 
1 (Trans.) The Armed Strength of Italy j from the 
German, Lon , 1875, p Svo 2 (Trans ) The Duties of 
the General Staff, by Major^Gen Bronsart von Schellen- 
dorf. Lon , 1877-80, 2 vols. Svo 

Harford, Rev. Frederick Kill, graduated at 
New Inn Hall, Oxford, 1&>5; minor canon of Westmin- 
ster since 186L The Martyrs of Lyons and Vierme, 
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Hargis, Robert B. S. Yellow Fever: its Ship 
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Harlan, Caleb* 1. Elflora of the Susqnehanna: 
a Poem, Phila., 1879, Svo ; 2d ed., 1883. 2. Farming 
with Green Manures on Pluuigrove Farmj 2d ed.,enl., 
Phila., 38SO, 16mo. 3. The Fare of Marcel, Phila., 1883, 
12ino. 4. Mental Power, Sound Health, and Long Life : 
how obtained by Diet, Wilmington, Del., 18S6, 16mo. 

Harlan, George Cnvier, M.D.,b. 1835, in Phila- 
delphia j son of Richard Harlan, M.D., (ante, vol. i. ;) 
educated at Delaware College and at the University of 
Pennsylvania; served as surgeon during the civil war; 
professor of diseases of the eye in the Philadelphia 
Polyelmie since 1SS7. Eyesight, and How fee Care for 
it, ("American Health Primers.") Illust. Phila., 1879, 

Harlan, Mary B. Ellen ; or, The Chained Mother, 
and Pictures of Kentucky Slavery, Cin., 1853, 12mo. 

Harland, Henry, ("Sidney Luska," pseud.,) b. 
1861, m New York City; studied in the College of the 
City of New York and at Harvard, but did not graduate. 
From 18S3 to 1886 he was employed in the office of the 
surrogate in New York. 1. As it was Written : a Jewish 
Musician's Story, N. York, 1 885, p. Svo. 2, Mrs. Peixada, 
N.York, 1886, 16ino. 3. The Land of Love, N. York, 
1887, 16mo. 4. The Yoke of the Thorab, N. York, 1887, 
16mo. 5. My Uncle Florimond, Illust. Bost., 1888, 

Harland, John, P.S.A., 1806-1868, b. at Hull, 
Eng. ; was apprenticed to a printer, but, having made 
himself an expert short-hand writer, obtained a position 
on the staff of the Manchester Guardian, with which 
paper he retained his connection during the rest of his 
life.' He was an ardent and accurate antiquary, and 
contributed to numerous periodicals. 1. Stray Leaves, 
Manchester, 1843, Svo. 2. (Ed.) Ancient Charters and 
other Muniments of the Borough of Clithero: with 
Translation and Notes, Manchester, 1851, 4to. 8. His- 
torical Aceount, *yf the Cistercian Abbey of Salley, in 
Craven. Yorkshire, founded 1147, Lon.,' 18SB, r. Svo. 
4. Ten Days in Paris, 1854. Svo. 5. (Id.) The House 
a4 Farm Accounts of the Shuttleworths of Gawthorpe 
Hall, (Chetham goo.,) Manchester, 1856-58, 4 vols. 
(Ed.) Autography <rf William Stout of Lanca 



(1665-1732,) Manchester, 1857, 8ro. 7 (Ed ) The Lan- 
cashire Lieutenancy under the Tudors and Stuarts the 
Civil and Military Government of the Country, as Illus- 
trated by a Series of Royal and other Letters, (Chetham 
Soc,) Manchester, 1859, 2 parts, 4to 8 (Ed) Marne- 
cestre being Chapters from the Early Recorded History 
of the Barony , the Lordship or Manor } the Vill, Bor- 
ough, or Town of Manchester, (Chetham Soc ,) Manches- 
ter, 1861-62, 3 vols Svo. 9 (Ed ) A Volume of Court 
Leet Records of the Manor of Manchester in the Six- 
teenth Century (Chetha-m Soc ,) Manchester, 186 i, 4to. 
10 (Ed.) Continuation of the Court Leet Records ot the 
Ma,uor of Manchester, A D 15S6-1602, (Chetham Soc ,) 
Manchester, 1865, 4to 1 1 The Songs of the Wilsons, with 
a Memoir of the Family, 1865, Svo 12 ( Ed ) Ballads and 
Sotaga of Lancashire, chiefly older than the Nineteenth 
Century, Lon , 1865, I2mo large paper, 4to , 2d ed , cor- 
rected and enlarged by T T Wilkinson, 1875, Svo 

" There seems to be no reason to doubt that this is a very 
complete collection of the songs of Lancashire The 
editors are rather insatiable, and all seems to b grist that 
is brought to their sous and ballad mill It is so with the 
songs of the Cotton Famine Nevertheless it is in. 
these and the other ballads and songs, in the dialect of the 
country that the true force and pathos of the volume lie " 
Spectator xlvui 373 

13 (Ed ) Lancashire Lyrics Modern Sonsjs and Bal- 
lads of the County Palatine, Lon , 1866, 4to U (Ed ) 
Collectanea relating to Manchester and its Neighbour- 
hood at Various Periods, (Chethim Soc,) Manchester, 
1866-67, 2 parts, 4to 15 (Ed) Gregson's Portfolio 
of Fragments relative to the History and Antiquities 
of Lancashire, 3d ed , 1S6S, fot Tfi (Ed ) Three Lan- 
cashire Documents of the Fourteenth and fifteenth Cen- 
turies, (Chetham Soc ,) Manchester, 1S6S, 4to 17 A 
Glossary of Words Ubed in Swaledale, Yorkshire, (Eng 
Dialect Soc ,) Lon , 1S73, Svo* 18 G-enealogy of the Pil- 
kingtong of Lancashire, (Pilkington, Rivington, Dur- 
ham, Sharpies, Pieston, St. Helens, and Sutton ) Edited 
by 17 E A Axon Manchester, 1875, 4to With WIL- 
KINSON, T T , F R A S 1 Lancashire Folk- Lore Il- 
lustrative of the Superstitious Beliefs and Practices, 
Local Customs of tlie People of the County Palatine, 
Lon , 1867, 12mo, new ed , 1882, p Svo 2 Lancashire 
Legends, Traditions, Pageants, Spoita, &<j , Lon , 1873, 
p Svo With HBRPORD, REV. BROOKE, (ed ) Baines* 
History of Lancashire, 1867-70, 2 vols 

"Harland, Marion," (Pseud) See TERHUXE, 
MRS MARY V , inp a 

Harle, William Lockey. 1. A Career in the 
Commons. , or, Letters to a Young Member of Parlia- 
ment on the Conduct and Principles necessary to consti- 
tute him an Enlightened and Efficient Representative, 
Lon , 1850, p Svo 2 An Argument on the Inutihty 
of the Distinction between Barrister and Attorney, Lon , 
1851, Svo. 

Harley, Dr. A* J. The Young- Crusoe , or, Adven- 
tures of a Shipwrecked Boy. Illust, B<m , Ib6i, 12nao 

Harley, George, M.D , F R.S , b 1829, at Had- 
dmgton Bast Lothian, Scotland, gra-dunted M D. at the 
University of Edinburgh 1850 S and studied scientific 
medicine for five years in French and German universi- 
ties. In 1855 he was appointed lecturer on practical 
physiology and histology in University College, London, 
where he became professor of medical jurisprudence in 
1859 He is a member of scientific and me4ioil socie- 
ties, English and Continental , WAS president of tho Pa- 
risian Medical Society m 1853, and in 1S61 received the 
triennial prize of the Royal College of Surgeons tor an 
essay on the suprarenal bodies 1. Jaundice its Pa- 
thology and Treatment . with the Application of Physio- 
Jogieal Chemistry to the Detection and Treatment of 
Diseases of the Liver and Pancreas, Lon , 1863, Svo. 2. 
Diabetes its Various Forms and Different Treatments, 
Lon , 1866, p 8vo 3. Albuminuria with and without 
3>ropsy: its Different Forms Pathology, and Treatment, 
Lon, 1 868, p Svo. 4. Hi^tologicn,l Demonstrations, a 
Guide to the Microscopical Examination of the Ammal 
Tissues m Health and Disease Edited by George T 
Brown, Lon , 1866, p Svo , 2d ed,, 1877. & The Urine 
and its Derangements, Lon , 1872, p. Si o. 6 The Sim- 
plification of English Spelling, Lon , 1877, Svo 7 Ra- 
tional Spelling' a Conservative Scheme for Reform, 
Lon-, IS78 t Svo 8 The Aald Kirk o' Haddmgton, the 
Lucerne, the Lampas Laudamae of History a Critique 
on an Article on the " jEeclesiastioal Buildings in Had- 
dington," Haddmgton, 1,878, Svo. 9- A Treatise on 
Diseases of the Livear, with and without 


1882, Svo 10 Inflammations of the Liver and their 
Sequela), Lon , 1886, p Svo 

Harley, John, M D The Old Vegetable Neurotics, 
Hemlock, Opium, Belladonna,, and Henbane their Phys- 
iological Action and Therapeutic Ube being tho Gul- 
stonian Lectures for 1S68, extended, Lon , 1869, Svo 

Harley, Rev. Timothy. 1 Christian Poems, 
2d ed , enl , Lou , 1867, Svo 2 The Pleasures of Lo\e, 
[verse,] Lon , 1882, Svo 3 Moon-Lore, Lon , 1885, 8\ o 

4 Lunar Science, Ancient and Modem, Lon , 188b, 8\o 

5 Southward Ho ' Notes of a Tour to and through the 
State of Geoigia in the Winter of 1885-86, Lon , 1SS6, 

Hallow, B. F, (Ed ) Delinquent and Forfeited 
Lands Acts ot the Legislatui es of Virginia and West 
Virginia, &o , Lewisburg, W Va , 1877, 8vo 

Harlow, JMLiss Lizzie K. Christmas Mince-Pie, 
with Shakespearean Spice Illust Bost , 1888 

Harm an, F* E. The Agricultural Position of 
Mysore piioi to the Famine of 1876-77, Madras, 1877, 

Harman, Henry M. 1 A Journey to Egypt and 
the Holy Land in 1869-1870, Phila , 1873, cr Svo 2 
An Introduction to the Study of the Holy Scriptures, N 
York 1879, Svo. 

Harm an, Thomas T. 1 Langley Giange a 
Romance of the Time of Charles the First Noted fioia 
Old Documents of the Period, Oldbury, 1885, Svo 2 
Showell's Dictionary of Birmingham a History and 
Guide, alphabetically arranged, Birmingham, 1885, Svo 

Harmon, Henry C. A Manual of the Pension 
Laws of the United States of America embracing AH 
the Laws under which Pensions and Bounties are now 
granted Wash ,1887, 8vo 

Harney, George E. Barns, Oufc-Buildings, Gates, 
and Fences' with Plans, Ac, N York, 1870, r 4to 

Harney, George Julian, an Englishman by 
birth was editor of the Jersey Independent, the Demo- 
cratic Review, <fec , afterwards removed to the United 
States 1 Feudalism in Jeisey, Jersey, 1857 2 The 
Anti-Turkish Crusade a Review of a Recent Agitation 
with Reflections on the Ea&tern Question, Bost , 1876, Svo. 

Harney, Rev. Gilbert L. The Lives of Benja- 
min Harrison and Levi P Morton, Providence, R I , 
1887, 12oio 

Harney, Richard J. History of "Wmuebago 
County, Wisconsin, and Early History of the Northwest, 
Oshkosh, 1880, 4 to 

Harold, John. Farming and R&ilroad Interests 
in America, Lon , 1880, Svo 

Harpel, Oscar Henry. 1 (Ed ) Poets and 
Poetry of Prmterdom a Collection of Original, Selected, 
and Fugitive Lyrics written by Persons connected with 
Printing Illust Locklnnd, , 1875, Svo 2 Rustic 
Pictures and Random Rhymes, Lockland, , 1876, 

Harper, Edward. 1 Protestantism on its Trial 
being EL Series of Letters to the Bishop of London, Ac , 
Lon , 1860, Svo 2 Rome, Antichrist, and the Papacy 
being a Series of Letters addre*sed to Dr Manning 1 * 
with Appendix, Note*, Ac , Lon 1862, Svo 

Harper, Mrs. Frances Ellen Watkins, ("EB0 
Afton," pseud ) E% entide a Series of Talcs and Poems, 
Bost ? 1854 

Harper, Francis B. The Revelation of St John 
Expounded, Lon , 1861, 2 vols* 8vo 

Harper, Rev. Francis Whaley, M A , grad- 
uated at St John's College, Cambridge, 18S7, oidamed 
1844, vicar of Selby, Yorkshire, since 1850, canon of 
York and prebendary of Barn by since 1869 1 The 
Power ot the Greek Tenses, and other Papers, Cam- 
bridge, 1841, Svo 2 Sermons preached before tho 
University of Cambridge, 1847 3 Dialogues on Na- 
tional Church and National Church Rate, Lon, 1861, 
Svo 4. Church Teaching for the Church's Children, 
Lon,, 1877, 18mo, $. The Parson and the Publican 
Two Sermons, Lon , 1S77, Svo 

Harper, Ren Frederick* MA, graduated at 
Queen's College, Oxford, 1874, ordamed J875, rector 
of Hinton-Waldrist since 18^0 1 Addresses for the 
People Four Series, Lon , 1870-75, p Svo 2 A Voice 
from Oxford, or, Some Words for Christ and Truth, Lon r 
1S72, p Svo 3. The Sinner's Welcome, and other 
Papers, Lon,, 1876, 12mo 4 Echoes from a Tillage 
Church, Lon , 1880, 12mo , new and enl series, 1887 

Harper, Harry, File No. H5, or, A Man of 
Steel, N, York, 1886, 12ino. 


Harper, Henry A. 1. Illustrated Letters to my 
Children from the Holy Land, Lon., 1880, r. 8vo; 2d 
ed., 1884, 4to. 2. Walks in Palestine. Illust. Loti., 
1888, r. 4to. Also, an edition de luxe, limited to 100 

Harper, J. C The Law of Interstate Commerce, 
especially as applied to the Act to Regulate Commerce, 
approved February 4, 1887, Cm., 1887, Svo. 

Harper, James P. Homoeopathy tested by Facts- 
Cases Illustrative of the Homoeopathic Action of Re- 
medial Agents, 2d ed., Edm., 1858, 8vo: 3d ed.. Man- 
chester, 1859. ' 

Harper, John, F.R.S.S.A , [ante, vol. i., add.] 
Glimpses of Ocean Life; or, Roek-Poulb, and the Lessons 
they teach. Illust. Lon., 1860, sm. cr. Svo. 

Harper, L, Mississippi Agricultural and Geolog- 
ical Survey: Preliminary Report on the Geology and 
Agriculture of Mississippi. Pub. by the State. Jackson, 
1857, Svo. 

Harper, Malcolm McLachlaii. Rambles in 
Galloway: Topographical, Historical, Traditional, and 
Biographical. Illu&t. Edm., 1876, Svo. 

Harper, Olive. The Taine Turk : a Novel, Lon., 
1877, 3 vols. cr. Svo. 

Harper, Rev. R. . The Church Manual : con- 
taining Important Histoucal Facts and Reminiscences 
connected with the Associate and Associated Reformed 
Churches, Xema, , 1860, 

Harper, Rev. Samuel Brown, curate of Dalton. 
1. A Voice from the North an Appeal to the People of 
England on Behalf of their Church. By an English 
Priest. Lon., 1850, 4 nos., Svo. 2. A Few Urgent 
Words on the Present Crisis . addressed to the Catholics 
of the English Church, &c , Lon., 1850, Svo. Anon. 3. 
The Catholicity of the Church's Love and the Humility 
of her Ceremonial : Four Letters in Reply to a Devout 
Layman. By an Enghth Priest. LOQ., 1850, Svo. 
Anon. Also, single sermons and addresses. 

Harper, Rev. Thomas Norton, b. 1S21, in 
London; curate of Stratton 1845, afterwards joined the 
Church of Rome, and became a member of the Society 
of Jesus. 1. Steps to the Cioss: Nine Seiuions, Lon v 
1849, 12mo. 2. A Plea for Simple Toleiation, Lon., 
1851, Svo. 3. Peace through the Truth ; or, Essays on 
Subjects connected with Dr. Pusey's Eirenicon. Two 
Series, Lon., 1866-74, Svo 4. The Metaphysics of the 
School : vols. i. and 11., 1879-81 j vol. in., part i., Lon., 
1884, Svo. 

" He is a writer of great merit of style and of no small 
humour . The student . who attempts to grapple 
with Father Harper must be prepared . for a total re- 
versal of most of his previous philosophical habits." So*. 
Itev , Ivui 410 

" It is an attempt to render into English, with such crit- 
icism of other systems as Mr Harper could set forth, the 
great mediaeval system of philosophy. It is a book full of 
courage and lull of ability "Spectator, Iv 931. 

Also, single sermons, &c. 

Harpur, Alexander. The Nature of Visible 
Magnitude : the Deductions by which the Relative Mag- 
nitudes of the Planets and the Absolute Magnitude of 
the Sun are determined, in the Received Astronomical 
System, proved to be Fallacious, Dublin, 1856, Svo. 

Harpur, Charles, 1S12-186S. 1. The Bush- 
Rangers ; a Play, in Five Acts j and other Poems, Sydney, 
1853, 12mo. 2. The Tower of the Dream, [verse,] Syd- 
ney and Melbourne, 1865, 12mo. 3. Poems, Melbourne, 

Harpur, Rev, George, graduated at Trinity Col- 
lege, Dublin, 1856 j ordained 1856, vicar of North Clif- 
ton, Northamptonshire, since 1872. 1. Christ in the 
Psalma : a Series of Discourses, Lon., 1862, p. Svo. 2. 
The Pope of Rome shown to be a Layman, and Home's 
Orders a Human Figment; 2d ed , Lon., 1871, Svo. 

Harraden, Gertrude* St. Hildred: a Bom aunt 
in Verse. Illust. Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 

Harral , Alfred. (Trans.) The Intervention of Art 
in Photography, by Blanquart-Everard, 1864, Svo* 

Harrer, Charles. 1 (Trans,) The Baths and 
Mineral Springs of Wildungen ; from the German of A, 
Stoecker, Lon., 1875, Svo, 2. (Trans.) Morbid Craving 
for Morphia : a Monograph founded on Personal Obser- 
vations, by Edward Levinstein, M.D., Medical Director 
of the Maison de Sante> Sehoneberg, Berlin, Lon., 1S7B, 
demy Svo, 

Harries, Arthur John, (Trans.) A Manual of 
Animal Vaccination, preceded by Considerations on 
Vaccination in General, by E. Warlomont, *Lon., 1$ 


12mo. With CAMPBELL, C. M., Lupus a Pathological 
and Clinical In\ estigation into its Origin, Development, 
and Treatment, Lon , 18S6, Svo. 

Harries, John, of Ha\ erfordwest, 3. The Wreck 
of the '* Royal Charter," and other Poems, Lon., 1S64, 
p. Svo j 2d ed. same year. 2, Welsh Patriotism ; or, The 
Landing of the French at Fishguard on the 22d of 
February, 1797, Haverfordwest, 1875, Svo. 

Hurries, Rev, John* New Idea of the Sabbath: 
its Proper Observance by Private Christians and Nations, 
Lon., 1SS6, Svo. 

Harries, Ovven. A Local Board Manual: In- 
formation respecting Five Hundred Local Boards, Lon., 
1881, Svo. 

Harriman, Walter, 1817-1SS4, b. at Warner, 
N.H. ; governor of New Hampshire in 1867 and 1S68. 
1. History of Warner, New Hampshire, 1879. 2. Travels 
and Observations in the Orient, and a Hasty Flight in 
the Countries of Europe, Bost, 1SS3, 32ino. 

Harrington, Countess of. See STANHOPE. 

Harrington, Adelaide L. The Afterglow of 
European Travel. Illust. Bost., 1882, 12mo. 

Harrington, Bernard J., B.A , Ph D. Life of 
Sir William E. Logan, Kt., LL.D., F R S., F.G.S., &c., 
First Director of the Geological Survey of Canada. Lon., 
1883, Svo. 

"Perhaps as good a monument to the reputation of a 
valuable public servant, an enthusiastic votary of science, 
as circumstances permitted "Sat. ev , Ivn 3S9. 

Harrington, Charles* Summering in Colorado, 
Denver, Col , 1874, 12mo. 

Harrington, Charles F. (Ed.) The Revised 
Statutes of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 1864, Svo. 

Harrington, Florence. Greorgie Merton; or, 
Only a Girl. Illust. Lon,, 18S6, j>. Svo. 

*' Harrington, George F.,*> (Pseud.) See 

Harrington, George Fellows. 1. Desideratum 
for the Age: a Masonic Dialogue, wherein the First 
Principles which constitute Nature are explained, Lon., 
1851, ISmo. 2. Systematic Philosophy, and New Theo- 
ries of Light and Heat, Lon , 1857, Svo. 3. Northamp- 
ton Election Difficulty, dilated upon as a Struggle by 
Brad laugh Atheism against Christianity, Lon., 1881, 

Harrington, John. 1. The Abbey and Palace of 
Westminster photographed, [with explanatory letter- 
press,] Lon., Ib69, fol 2. St. George's Chapel, Windsor: 
Eighteen Views by the Woodbury Process : with Descrip- 
tive Letter. Press, Lon., 1871, 4to. 

Harrington, John A., ("John Carboy,** pseud.) 

1. Between the Crusts. Illust. N. York, 1875, Svo. 2. 
A Strange Woman. Illufet N. York, 1876, Svo. 

Harrington, Kate. Centennial and other Poems, 
Phila., 1876, 12mo. 

Harrington, Mark Walrod, b. 1848,* graduated 
at the University of Michigan 1868 ; became director of 
the observatory there. 1. The Analysis of Plants : in- 
tended for Schools and Colleges, Ann Arbor, Mich., 1876, 
4to. 2. The Identification and Microscopical Examina- 
tion of Crude Drugs and other Vegetable Products, Ann 
Arbor, Mich , 1877, 12mo. 

Harrington, Ralph* A Few Words on Swim- 
ming: with Practical Hints to Beginners, Lon., 1861, 
12mo , new ed , with a Bibliographical List of Works on 
Swimming, by Olphar Hamst, [Ralph Thomas,] 1870. 

Harriot, Thomas, of Feltfaam. 1 Harriot's 
Challenge: Teetotahsm *md the Maine Law repudiated; 
or, The Social Cue-toms of England and their Practical 
Remedy, Lon., 185&, 12mo. 2. The Day of Judgment, 
Lon., 1859, Svo. 3. The Mosaic Theory; The Bible in 
Unity with Science j An Exhortation to the Biblical Re- 
visers, Lon., 1870, Svo. 

Harris, A. C* Hieroglyphieal Standards repre- 
senting Places in Egypt supposed to be Nomes and 
Toparehies, Lon., 1852. 4to. Privately circulated. 

Harris, Alexander. 1. Settlers and Convicts; or, 
Australian Backwoods, Lon., 1847, 2 vols. 18mo. Anon, 

2, A Guide to Port Stephens in Kew South Wales, the 
Colony of the Australian Agricultural Company, LOB., 
1849, Idmo. 3. The Bmigrant Family ; or, The Story 
of an Australian Settler, Lon., 1849, 3 vols. p. Svo. 4. 
Martin Beck j o1r, Th<s Story of an Australian Settler, 
Lon., 1852, fp. Svo. 

Harris, Alexander. 1. A Geographical Hand- 
Book, Latieaster, Pa., 1862, 12rao. 2. A Biographical 
Lancaster County, Lancaster, 1872, Svo. & 



A. Review of the Political Conflict in America, fiom the 
)omniencement of the Anti-Sla\ery AgiUtion to the 
>lose of the Southern Reconstruction, TS York, 3376, Svo 
Harris, Miss Amanda Bartlett. 1. Stunner's 
Autographs By A B H N York, 1875 2 How we 
>vent BirdsVftesting Field, Wood, and Meadow Bam- 
iries. Ulost Bost, 18SO,s<i Svo. 3 (Ed ) Autograph 
Birthday-Book for Young Folks* IJlust Bost , 18&1, 
>c( 24mo 4 Wild Flowers, and where they Grow 
Eilust Bost , 1882, ac[ Svo 5 Door>ard Folks, and a 
Winter Garden Illust. Bost, IS83, 12mo 6 Pleas- 
ant Authors for Young Folks, (" Little Biographies ") 
Illust Bost, JSS4, 12iuo 7 American Authors foi 
Young Folks, Bost , 1888, 12mo 8 The Luck of Eden- 
haH Illuat Bo s t , 1SSS, 16mo 

Harris, Rev. Croasdaile Edward, educated at 
King's College, London, 01 darned 1865, chaplain at 
Weinuw emte iSSS Sermon Sketches on the Creed, or, 
Plain Outlines for Instruction m the First Principles of 
the Chustian Religion, Cambridge, 1SS7, 12mo 

Harris, David, F S S 1 " We Help those who 
try to Help themselves " a Plea for Industrial Brigades 
as Adjuncts to Ragged Schools, Glasgow, 1873, Svo 2 
True Nobles and Heioes, and other Stories, Bdm , 1885, 
p S\o 

Harris, David George* The Oak's Congress, 
or, " All for the Best,* 1 [a tale,] Lon , 1886, 3vo 

Hams 9 E. B Description of Buddhist Remains 
disoo\eied at Sooltangunge, on the River Ganges, 1862- 
63 Illust Lon , 1864, 4to 

Harris, Edward D* Genealogical Record of 
Daniel Pond and his Descendants, Bost , 1873, S\o* 

Harris, Elisha, M D , 1S24-1S84, graduated at the 
Hew York College of Physicians and Suigeons 1849, and 
held various government medical offices 1855-1876 I 
Tobacco the Effects of its Use as a Luxury on the Physi- 
cal and Moral Watuie of Man a Prize Ehsay, N. Yoik, 
1853, Svo 2 Cholera Pievention, Ac, N York, 1867, 
Svo S Cleanliness ami Disinfection, 1879, 16rao, 

Harris, Emilia Marion, b ID London, of Jewish 
descent and faith 1 Fuur Messengers, Lon f 1870, p 
Svo. Anon 2 Echoes BjB M H (Thiee Stones ) 
Lon, 1871, 16ino 3 Twilight and Diwn, 1872, 38mo. 
Anon. 4 Clem&ne, Lon , 1874, 12mo. 5 Mercer's 
Widens, Lon, 1876, p Svo Anon 6. Estelle, Lon, 
1S73, 2 vols p Svo Anon 7 Friends Only, Lon, 
1879, 12roo 8. Verses, Lon., 1880, 12mo. 9 Withm a 
Circle, [essays,] Lon., 18SO, 12ino. 10 The Lieutenant 
of the Tower, Lon, 188I T p Svo Anon 11 Benedictus, 
1887, 2 vots cr Svo, 12 The Narrative of the Holy 
Bible, Lon , 1888, sq cr. Svo 

Harris, Emily T. Bertha's Journal, Bost, 1869, 

Harris, F* Wilfred and his Reeoi d By a Pioneer 
Adelaide, 1S87 

Harris, Mrs. F. McCready, ( (t Hope Ledyard," 
pseud.) 1 Bible Stories <ind Scenes for Young People 
Illust N Yoik. 2 Nan's Thanksgiving, N. Yoik, 
I87S, 18mo 3 A Year at Buarcliffe, JST Yoik, 1879, 

Harris, Mrs. G. A Lady's Diary of the Siege of 
Lucknow, Lon , 1S58, Svo 

Harris, George, LL D , FS,A, [mite, vol i v 
add ,] 1809-1890, entered the British navy as a midship- 
man, but left it on account of ill health; was called to 
the bar m 1843, acting judge of the Birmingham 
County Couit for two years, and one of the regiattfus of 
the Court of Bankruptcy J 882-63 , vice-president of the 
Anthropological Institute, ana of the Kojal Historical 
Society L Civilization considered AS a Science* in Re- 
lation to its Essence^ its Elements, and its End, Lon t 
18$t, Svo 

At the end of his volume we feel that Mr Hams has 
not really been writing- about civilization but has merely 
been laying down propositions about his ideal of humanity 
and of Jiumau government M Sat JSev , xi* 539 

2 Pnnupia Priina Legum j or, An Examination and 
Analysis of the Elementary Principles of Law in its 
bevenil Departments. Part I Lon , 1865, Svo 8 On 
Foreign Missions, m Connection with Civilization and 
Anthropology, Lon, 1868, Svo 4 Memoir of Lord 
Brogbany reprinted from the "Law Magazine and 
Law Beview," Lon , 1868, Svo 5 The Theory of the 
Arts, or, Art in Relation to Nature, Cuilization, and 
Man s comprising aik Investigation, Analytical and Crit- 
ical, into the Origin, Ris*, Province, Principle*, and 
Application of Each of the Arts, Lon., 1860, 2 \ois. 

" The 'Theory of the Arts' is of about the same profim- 
ditj as Blair's ' Lectures on the Belles-Lettres' and Lord 
Kames's * Elements of Criticism ' "bat Men , sxis. 160 

6 Supernatural Phenomena Tebts adapted to deter- 
mine the Truth of Supernatural Phenomena, Lon , 1874, 
Svo. 7 A Philosophical Treatise on the Natuie and 
Constitution of Man, Lon , 1876, 2 vols Svo 

11 The author seems to be wholly unaware of the vast 
gulf which divides his views respecting man's natuie and 
origin from those entertained by the large majority of the 
exponents of modern science ''JAMES SULLY Acad , x 

8 Autobiography with a Preface by B W Richard- 
son Lon., 1S8S, p Svo Printed for private cuculation 

Harris, George, Tucker, W. J., and Glezeii, 
E. K. H>mns of the Faith a Hymn- and Tune-Book 
for Congiegational Use, Bost , 1888, 12mo 

Harris, Rev. George Collyer, M A , 1834-1874, 
son of Bev Joseph Hemington Harris, i// u f graduated 
at Exeter College, Oxford, 1856, prebendary of Exetei 
1865, vicar of St Luke's, Torquay, from 1867 1 
Lessons from St Peter's Life a Course of Lectures 
preached during Lent, Lon , 1S65, 12mo 2 Church 
Lessons and Piesent Times Sermons, Lon , 1867, 12mo 
3 The Golden Steps being Recollections of Lectures 
to Communicants' Classes , 2d ed , Lon ,187-}, 32ino 4 
Sermons with Memoir by C H Yonge, Lon , 1873, fp 
Svo Also, single sermons 

Harris, George E. 1 Chronological Register of 
American Law and Equity Repoits of the United States 
Couits, Wash , 1 883, 8\o. 2 A Tieatise on the Law of 
Contracts by Married Women, Albany and N Yoik, 1887, 
8\o With SIM HALL, G H , Mississippi Law Reports, 
vols xhx -hi , (1873-76 ) Pub by the State 4 vols Svo 

Harris ? George F., FGS Granites, and our 
Granite Industries Illust Lon , 1888, p Svo 

Harris, George Frederick. The Snider Rifle 
its Action and Ammunition being a Few Notes com- 
piled for Regimental Inductions, Lon , 1868, Svo 

Harris, George Washington, 18 14-1869, b in 
what is now Allegheny City, Pa , was apprenticed to a 
jeweller in Knoxville, Term , and wis afteiwaids captvm 
of a Tennessee Ruer steamboat, contributed numeious 
stones to the New Yoik Spirit of the Times under the 
signature of S 1 Sut Lovengood Yarns Spun by a 
"ffat'ral Born Durned Fool " Waiped and Wove for 
Public Wear, N York, 1867, 32rao, 

Harris, Rev. Henry, M A , [ante, vol i , add J 
graduated at Magdalen College, Oxford, 1841, oulained. 
1842, rector of Wiuterbourne-Bassett, Wiltshire, since 
1S58 1 Scepticism and Revelation, Lon , 1861, er Svo 
2 Historical Religion and Biblical Revelation, Lon , 
1867, p Svo, 2d ed, Oxf , 1885 3 The Claims of 
the Prusthood considered, Lon, 1S68, p. 8vo 4 The 
Powers of the Woild to Come Short Sermons, Lon , 
3870, p Svo, 2d ed , rev and enl , 1S86 5 The Two 
Blasphemies Five Sermons on the Blasphemy agamst 
the Son of Man and the Blasphemy of the Holy Ghost, 
Lon , 1874, 12mo 6 Death and Resurrection with 
an Introduction on the Value of Exteinal Evidence, 
Lon , 1880, 12mo 7 Outskirts of Re\ elation, Oxf , 1885, 
12mo. 8 The Scnptine Doctrine of the Atonement and 
its Place in the Chnstiau System, Oxf, 1887, 12mo 

Harris, Henry, Primitive Methodist minister 1 
The Great Love-Feast in Heaven, Lon , 1867, Svo 2 
Graphic Sketches , or, Wandeungs m the Field of Truth , 
2d ed, rev, Lon , 1867, 8vo, new ed, entitled "Sacred 
Pictures , or, Graphic Sketches" Lon , ] 872, Svo 

Harris, Rev. J. L* 1 A New Age for the New 
Church, N York, I860, Svo 2 Law and Giaoe Notes 
and Lectures on Galatians, Lon , 1873, 12rno 

Harris, J. W. The Tubute ot Science to Revealed 
History, Lon , 18f>b, 12mo 

Harris, Kev. James, M A , graduated at Pem- 
broke College, Oxford, 1842, oi&uned 1842, rector of 
Paglesham, Essex, since 1860 1 An Alphabetical 
Prayer for a Little Child, Lon t 3859 2 Don't Chance 
t a Word of Warning , 6th thousand, Lon , 1860, 12mo 

A Metrical Version of the Litany, Lou , IfcoT, I2ino 
With HATCH, H. J , and WISEMAN J* F T 1 The Pa- 
glesham Oyster containing Tales of Fact, Fiction, and 
Romance, Rochford, 1870, 4to 2 Logs for the Christ 
mas Fire* a Selection of Tales in Prose and Veise, Kid 
dies, Charades, Joke% &c Uluufc Lon , 1876, Svo 

Harris, James, head-master of the Cathedral Gram 
mar-School, Chester 1 Idiomatic Phrases in French 
and English, Lon , 1859, 12mo, 2d ed , 1870 2 Hfl^ 
fjowers* a Popular and Scientific Description of tfa< 


Wild Flowers of the Month, Chester, 1872, Svo. Also, 

Harris, James. (Trans.) Rhys Lewis, Minister 
of Bethel : an Autobiography j from the Welsh of Daniel 
Owen, [a story,] Lon., 1888, p. Svo. 

Harris, James Howard, third Earl of 
Malmesbury, G.C.B, D C.L., 1S07-1SS9, b. in Lon- 
don; educated at Eton, and at Oriel College, Oxford, 
where he graduated 1827j succeeded to the title 1841; 
secretary of state for foreign affairs 1852 and 1858-59, 
lord privy seal 1866-68 and 1874-76. 1. (Ed.) Official 
Correspondence on the Italian Question, Lon., 1859, Svo. 

2. (Ed.) A Series of Letteis of the First Earl of Malmes- 
bury, his Family and Friends, 1745-1820, Lon., 1870, 2 
vols. Svo. 3 Memoirs of an Ex-Minister: an Auto- 
biography, Lon., 1884, 2 vols. Svo; 4th ed., 1SS5. 

" No more interesting compilation of the kind has been 
published in illustration of the history of the present 
reign, and in the latter part of the work Lord Malmesbury 
has the field to himself. . . . The style oi the journal is 
spirited, easy, and attractive ; and the matter is extraordi- 
narily copious and varied " Sat Rev , Iviu 600 

Harris, James Kendel, M.A., Fellow of Clare 
College, Cambridge, and professor of Biblical literatuie 
at Haverford College. 1. New Testament Autographs : 
Supplement to the " American Journal of Philology." 
Illust Bait., 1883, Svo. 2. The Teaching of the Apos- 
tles and the Sibylline Books, Cambridge, 1885, Svo. 3. 
(Ed.) Fiagments of Philo Judseus, Lon , 1886, 4to. 4. 
The Origin of the Leicester Codex of the New Testa- 
ment, Lon., 1887, 4to. 5. (Ed) The Teaching of the 
Apostles : from MS. of the Holy Sepulchre, Cambridge, 
1888, 4to. 

Harris, Joel Chandler, b. 1848, at Eatonton, 
Ga.; was apprenticed to a printer, and afterwards 
studied law, and practised at Forbyth, Ga. ; editor of 
the Atlanta Constitution, 1890. 1. Uncle Remus: his 
Songs and his Sayings ; the Folk-Lore of the Old Plan- 
tation : with Illustrations by Frederick S. Church and 
James H. Moses, N. Yoik, 1880, 12mo. 

" Mr. Harris ... is a literary artist, and his thirty-four 
tales . . are ingeniously and charmingly set in an epi- 
sodical narrative, m winch ' Uncle Remus' figures as tne 
conteur and a little boy as the rapt auditor. . The work 
has five divisions : the fables, plantation proverbs, Uncle 
Remus's songs, a true story of tne war, aua Uncle Remus's 
sayings " Nation, xxxi 398 

" Deserves to be placed on a level with ' Reineke Fuchs* 
for its quaint humour, without reference to the ethnologi- 
cal interest possessed by the&e stories, ab indicating, per- 
haps, a common origin for very widely-severed races.'* 
Spectator, liv, 445 

2. Nights with Uncle Remus : Myths and Legends of 
the Old Plantation, Bost., 1883, 12mo. 

" The mine of which he first fairly revealed the richness 
has, meantime, been still further opened up, ... until in 
addition to the thirty-four of the former series we have 
seventy-one new tales placed before us." jyfefcon, xxxvii. 

3. Mingo, and other Sketches in Black and White, 
Bost., 1884, 12mo. 

11 His perception is subtler and more truthful than Bret 
Harte's. . . .Both authors have keen instincts and insights, 
but Harris's are the finer and deeper. Harte's characters 
are by far the more picturesque, his incidents are more 
thrilling, but Harris's people wind theniselvjes about our 
hearts and owe little to circumstance." JV p afo0n,xxxix 115 

4. Fiee Joe, and other Georgian Sketches, N. York, 
1887; new ed., 1888, 12mo. 

Harris, John, F.B.H8., 1820-1884, b. near Cam- 
borne, Cornwall ; was a working miner for nearly twenty 
years, and afterwards resided at Falraouth. Besides the 
works mentioned below, he wrote a large number of 
tracts in verse and prose, and contributed to religious 
periodicals poems and records of his experiences in the 
mines and among the poor of Falmouth, He was gen- 
erally known as "the Cornish poet," and was awarded 
pensions from the Literary Fund and the Royal Bounty 
Fund. For biog,, see HARRIS, JOHN HOWARD, wfia, 
1. Lays from the Mine, the Moor, and the Mountain, 
Lon., 1853, 12moj 2d ed., eni., 1856. 2* The Land's 
End, Kynance Cove, and other Poems, Lon., 1859, Svo. 

3, The Mountain Prophet, The Mine, and other Poems, 
Lon., 1860, 12mo. 4. A Story of Cam Brea, Essays 
and Poems, Lon., 1863, 12mo. 5. The Shakspere Ter- 
centary First Prize Poem, Coventry, 1864, Svo. (The 
original MS. is preserved in the museum at Stratford.) 
6. Shakspere's Shrine, An Indian Story, Essays and 
Poems, Lon t , 1366. 7. Rilla Bock, the Maid of the 
Moor, Penryn, 1867, $vo. 8. Luda, a I&y of the 
Pruids, Hymns, Tales, Essays, and Legends, Lon^ 1868, 
12mo. 9, Bulo, Beuben Boss, A Tale of the Manacle^ 


Hymn, Song, and Story, Lon., 1871, p. Svo. 10. The 
Cruise of the Cutter, and other Peace Poems, Lon., 1ST2, 
p. Svo. 11. Wayside Pictures, Hymns, and Poems: 
with a Portrait of the Author, Lon,lS74, 4to. 12. 
Walks with the Wild Flowers, [verse,] Lon., 1876, 16mo. 
13. Tales and Poems, Lon., 1877, Svo. 14. The Two 
Giants : with an Autobiography of the Author, Falmouth 
and Exeter, 1S79, Svo. 15. Monro, [and other Poems,] 
Lon., 1879, Svo. 16. Lmto and Lancer, [verse ,] Lon., 
1881, p. Svo. 17. My Autobiography, &c., Lon., 1SS2, 

Harris, John, of Montreal. 1. Kuklos: an Ex- 
perimental Investigation into the Relationship of Cer- 
tain Lines, Montreal, 1S70, 4to. 2. The Bible read by 
the Light of Ideal Science. By Kuklos. Montreal, 1 S74, 
Svo. 3. The Circle and Straight Line, Montreal, Ib74, 
Svo. 4. A Review of Macaulay's Teaching on the Rela- 
tionship of Theology to the Science of Government. By 
Kuklos. Montreal, 1S74, Svo. 5. Centrifugal Force and 
Gravitation, Montreal, 3875, 5 parts, Svo. 6. Supplement 
to Theology and Science of Government : being a He\ lew 
of a Book by Inimanuel Kant called " Critique of Pure 
Reason/' Montreal, 1877, Svo. 

Harris, John, of the Kent Archaeological Society. 
The Parish of Erith in Ancient and Modern Times. 
Illust. Lon., 1885, Svo. 

Harris, Rev* John Andrews, D.D., rector of 
St. Paul's Church, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. Princi- 
ples of Agnosticism applied to the Evidences of Chris- 
tianity : Nine Sermons ; to which is added a Tenth, on 
the Christian Doctrine of the Trinity, N. York, 1S83, 
12m o. 

Harris, John Howard, son of John Harris, supra. 
(Ed.) John Harris, the Cornish Poet : the Story of his 
Life, Lon , 18SS, 12ino. 

Harris, John JH Annexations to Sierra Leone, 
and their Influence on British Trade with West Africa, 
Lon , 1883, Svo. 

Harris, John Oherlin. A Comprehensive Man- 
ual of Elementary Knowledge j 2d ed., Lon , 1884, 4to. 

Harris, John Tindall, of Englefield Green, near 
Egham, Surrey. The Rifle Club : being a Manual of 
Duty for Soldiers, whether Regulars, Militia, or Volun- 
teers, Lon., 1S52, Svo. Anon. 

Harris, Joseph. 1. On the Pig: its Breeding, 
Rearing, Management, and Improvement, N. York, 
1870, 12mo$ new ed., 1883. 2. Talks on Manures, N. 
York, 1S78, 12mo 3. Gaidening for Young and Old. 
Illust. N. York, 1S82, 12mo. 4. Gardening: Cultiva- 
tion of Garden Vegetables. Illust. N. York, 1883, 
12 mo. 

Harris, Rev. Joseph Remington, D.D. 1, 
Auricular Confession not the Rule of the Church of Eng- 
land : a Letter to the Lord Bishop oi Exeter. By Pres- 
byter Anglicanusp Lon., 1852, Svo. 2. The Baptismal 
Covenant : Eight Lectures, addressed chiefly to Candi- 
dates for Confirmation during Lent, Lon., 1861, fp. Svo. 
3. Sir Morton Peto's Burial Bill. By Presbyter Angli- 
can us. Lon., 1862, Svo. 

Harris, Josiah, b. 1821, at Mevagissey, Cornwall; 
editor oi The Bath Herald, The Western Luminary, Ae. 

1, A Dialogue in Mevagissey Church- Yard, Bath, 1S55. 

2, A Voice from the Ocean Grave, By a Philanthropist. 
Truro, 1S59, 8vo. a. The Pulpit of Cornwall: its 
Preachers and their Teachings. By Isbmael. Penzance, 
1859, 3 nos., Svo. 4. A Tear and a Floweret, Tniro, 
1871, 8vo ; 3d ed , Bristol, same year. (Contains a biog- 
raphy of Rev. J. W. Etheridge, Ac.) 

Harris, L, P. Mohim* What the Swallows told 
me, Lon., 1878 r p Svo; 2d ed., 1880, 12mo. 

Harris, Lee O* The Man who Tramps: a Story 
of To-Day, Indianapolis, 1878, 12m o. 

Harris, Lillie* 1. Mamma's Fairy-Tales, Lon., 
1878, p. Svo. 2. Our Married Ladies, Lon. 7 1S86, 12mo. 

3, Our Young Ladies, Lon., 1886, 12mo. 4. Our Mar- 
ried Men, Lon. t 1887, p. Svo. 

Harris, Mrs. Lily C. and Thomas Lake* 
Hymns of the Two-in-One : for Bridal Worship of the 
New Life, By Chrysanthea-Chrysantheus. Salem-on- 
Erie, 1876. 

Harris, Luther Metcalf. Robert Harris and his 
Descendants : with Notices of the Morey and Metcalf 
Families, Bost., 1861, Svo. 

Harris, Mrs* Miriam, (Coles,) b. 1834, at Do* 
soris, LJ,, and educated .at St. Mary's Hall, Burlington? 
married to Sidney S. Harris, of Nw York City, J864. 
1. Rutledge, N* Yorfc, 1860, 12mo. Anon. Nw ed., 


1866. 2. The Sutherlands, N. York, 1862, 12mo. 3 
Louie's Last Term at St. Mary's, N. York, 186,3, 12mo, 
new ed, 1871. 4. Frank Warrmgton, N. York, 1863, 
12mo. o. Louie Atterbury, N. York, 1866, 12mo. 6 
Roundhearts, N. York, 1867, 12ino. (Republished, with 
other stones, 1871,) 7. Rosary for Lent: Devotional 
Readings, N. York, 1870j new ed., as "Dear Feast of 
Lent/' 1874. 8. Richard Vandermark: a Novel, N. 
York, 1871, 12mo. 9. A Perfect Adonis, N York, 1880, 
12ino. 10. Happy-Go-Lucky, N. York, 1881, 12mo. 11. 
Missy, N. York, 1882, 12mo. 12. Phoabe: a Novel, 
Bost, 1884, 12mo. 13, St. Philip's, new ed., Boat., 
1885, 12mo. 14. Novels, Bost., 1885, 6 vols. 12mo. 

Harris , N. E. 1. Digest of the Decisions of the 
Supreme Court of Georgia, reported in the Ten Volumes 
from xh. to 1., Macon, Ga, 1876, Svo. 2. Supplement 
to the Georgia Code containing Public Acts pasbed since 
187*6, and the Constitution of 1877 : with Annotations, 
Side References, <fco., Macon, 1878, Svo. 

Harris, Richard, b 1833, called to the bar at the 
Middle Temple 1864. 1. Reflections from Nature, School- 
Day Reminiscences, and other Original Poems, Lon., 
1853, 12uio, 2 The English Press and its Poets : a Satire. 
By Cordrao Verdelio, [pseud.] Lon., 1856. 3. The 
Siege of Candia: an Epic Poem, Lon., 1859-60, 12 parts, 
12rno. 4. New Nobility: a Novel. By Benedick Whip- 
em, [pseud.] Lon , 1867, 3 vols. 12mo. 5. Mayfay to 
Millbank : a Novel, Lon., 1870, 3 vols. p. Svo. 6. Nine 
Little Poems, Lon, 1877, Svo; 2d ed. same year. 7. 
Hints on Advocacy. By a Barrister. Lon, 1879, Svo; 
8th ed , 18S7. 8. Recollections of a Night at Brackley, 
Northampton, 1880, Svo. 9. Mr. Bumpkin's Lawsuit j 
or, How to Win your Opponent's Case, Lon., 1883, Svo; 
2d ed., entitled "The Humorous Story of Farmer 
Bumpkin's Lawsuit," 1883. 10. Illustrations in Advo- 
cacy, Lon., 1S84, Svo. 11. Before Trial : what should be 
done by Client, Solicitor, and Counsel, from a Barrister's 
Point of View, together with a Treatise on the Detence 
of Insanity, Lon., 1SS8, Svo , 2d ed , rev., 1887. 

Harris, Richard Donald. Hymns on the Epis- 
tles, from the Book ot" Common Prayer, Kmgston-on- 
Thames, 1868, I6tno. 

Harris, Richard Julian. Life through the 
Lotos a Romance in Poetry, Lon , 1884, p. Svo. 

Harris, Robert, art master, St. Paul's School, 
London. Note-Book on Plane Drawing : 
with a Chapter on Scales and an Introduction to Graphic 
Statics, Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 

Harris, Rev. Samuel, D.D, b. 1S14, at East 
Maehias, Me. j graduated at Bowdoin College 1833, and 
at Andover Theological Seminary 1S3S ; was professor of 
systematic theology in Bangor Seminary 1855-67; pres- 
ident of Bowdoin, and professor of mental and moral 
philosophy in that college, till 1S71, when he became 
professor of systematic theology at Yale. 1. Zaccheus ; 
ot, The Scriptural Plan of Benevolence, N. York, 1850, 
ISmo. 2. Christ's Prayer for the Death of his Re- 
deemed, 1863. 3. The Kingdom of Christ on Earth: 
Twelve Lectures, Lou., 1874, Svo. 4. The Philosophical 
Basis of Theism: an Examination of the Personality of 
Man, N. York, 1883, 8vo. 5. The Self-Revelation of 
God, N. York, 1887, Svo. 

"The book Is not written in a, pugnacious spirit; its dis- 
passionate mode of treatment marks the well-balanced 
thinker " OtUc, vni. 176. 

Harris, Rev. Samuel Bache, M.A., graduated, 
senior optiiue, at Clare College, Cambridge, 1851; or- 
dained 1853; vicar of St. James, Kennington, since 
1S75. Ireland's Crisis and England's Honour : Thoughts 
for the Time, Lon., 1868, 12mo. 

Harris, Rt. Rev. Samuel Smith, D.D., LL.D., 
1841-1888, b. in Autauga, County, Ala. ; ordained min- 
ister of the Protestant Episcopal Church 1869, and con- 
seerated Bishop of Michigan 1879. 1. Sheltern, [a 
novel.] By Christopher Coningsby, [pseud,] N. York, 
1S6S. 2. The Relation of Christianity to Civil Society, 
(The Bohlen Lectures,) Lon., 1883, p. Svo. With STORRS, 
RET. DR., and others, Cooperation in Christian Work; 
Common Ground for United Interdenominational Effort, 
N. York, 1888, I2mo. 

Harris, Rev. Seymour Frederick, M.A., 
B.C.L., b. 1851 ; graduated at Worcester College, Oxford, 
1S72; called to the bar at the Inner Temple 1S75; or- 
dained 18T7j viear of St. Michael and All Angels', 
Blackburn, Lancashire, since 1884. 1* The Elements of 
Roman Law Summarized, Lon., 187d, Svo, 2. Princi- 
ples of the Criminal Law, Lon., 1877, Svo ; Amer. ed., 


with Notes and Additions by M F. Force, 1880 , 4th ed., 
lev. by Aviet Agabeg, 1886. 

Hariis, Stanley. 1. Old Coaching Days. Illust. 
Lon., 1 882, Svo. 2. The Coaching Age. Illust. Lon., 
1885, Svo. 

" Not only may the lover of horses and admirer of the 
old coaches find almost everything here recorded which 
can be rescued from the wreck of the coaching system, but 
even the general reader will be amused."- 4ca<i , xxix 5. 

Harris, Sylvanus. Craving for Drink . its Causes j 
3d ed , Lon., 1883, p. Svo. 

Harris, Thomas, F.R.S.L., architect. Victorian 
Aichitecture: a Few Woids to show that a National Ar- 
chitecture adapted to the Wants of the Nineteenth Cen- 
tury is attainable, Lon., 1860, Svo. 

Harris, Thomas, M.D. Lond., M.R.C P., patho- 
logical registrar of the Manchester Eoyal Infirmary, 
assistant lecturer and demonstrator of pathology in the 
Owens College, and honorary assistant physician to the 
Manchester Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of 
the Thioat. Post-Mortem Hand-Book ; or, How to Con- 
duct Pofet-Moitein Examinations for Clinical and Medico- 
Le<ral Purposes. Illust. Lon , 1SS7, p. Svo. 

Harris, Thomas Frederick. Hand-Book of 
Acoustics, for the Use of Medical Students, Lon., 1887, 
p. Svo. 

Harris, Thomas Lake, [ante, vol. i. add ,] b. 
182.4, at Fenny Stiatford, Eng.; removed to the United 
States while young. He was fiist a Calvin ist, then a 
Universahs-t minister, and in 1850 became a spiritualist, 
and after lecturing in Great Britain established a com- 
munity known as the Brotherhood of the New Life m 
Dutchess County, N.Y., of which Laurence Ohphant 
became a member. He has edited a journal called the 
Herald of Light. 1. Letters upon the Repeal of the 
Fugitive Slave Law, Wash., 1851, Svo. 2. The Wisdom 
of Angels. Part I. N York, 1857, 12mo. 3. Hymns 
for Spiutual Devotion, N.York, 1858, 12mo. 4. Arcana 
of Chustianity: Celestial Sense of the Divine Word. 
Part I. N. York, 1S58, Svo. 5. The Song of Satan : 
Poems, N. York, 1858, 8vo. 6 Regma a Song of Many 
Days, N. York, I860, Svo. 7. Modem Spiritualism: 
Sermons preached in Stove Street Music Hall, London, 
Lon. and N. York, 1860, 12mo. S. The Millennial Age 
Twelve Discourses, N. York, 1860, 12mo. 9 Truth and 
Life in Jesus Sermons, Lon., I860, p. Svo. 10 The Great 
Republic : a Poem of the Sun, N. Yoik, 1867, 12mo. 11. 
The Breath of God with Man : an Essay, N. Yoik, 167, 
12mo. 12. Arcana of Christianity : an Unfolding of the 
Celestial Sense of the Divine Word, N Yoik, 1868, 2 
vols. Svo. 13. The Wedding-Guest; Jesus-in-Yessa, 
Fountain Grove, Cil., 1878, Svo. 14. A Voice from 
Heaven, Fountain Giove, 1879, Svo. 15. The Holy City 
and the Light therein, 1880, Svo. 16. The Luminous 
Life, 1882, Svo. 17. The Wisdom of the Adepts : Eso- 
teric Science in Human History, Fountain Grove, 1884, 
Svo. 18. Star Flowers: a Poem of the Woman's Mys- 
tery, Fountain Grove, 1886, 5 vols. Svo. With HARRIS, 
MRS. LILY C., (g. v., supra,) The Lord the Two-m-One : 
Declared and Glorified, Salem -on-Brie, 1876, Svo. 

Harris, Vincent Dormer, M.D., F.R.C.P., phy- 
sician to the Victoria Park Hospital for Diseases of the 
Chest. The Student's Guide to Diseases of the Chest: 
including the Principal Affections of the Pleurae, Lungs, 
Pericardium, Heart, and Aorta. Illust. Lon., ISbS, 
12mo. With POWER, D'ARCT, Manual for the Physio- 
logical Laboratory, Lon., 1880, p. Svo ; 4th ed., 1888. 

Harris, Rev. W., of Camberwell. 1. Six Lectures 
on Questions indicative of Character, Lon., 1875, 12mo. 
2. Homiletical Commentary on the Books of Samuel, 
Lon., 1884, r. Svo. 

Harris, W. A. Titles to Mines in the United States : 
with the Statutes and References to the Decisions of the 
Courts relating thereto, Lon , 1877, Svo. 

Harris, W. S. The Potter's Wheel, and how it goes 
around : a Complete Description of the Manufacture of 
Pottery in America, Illust. Trenton, N.J., 1886, Svo. 

Harris, W, T. The Right of Property and the 
Ownership of Land, Bost, 1887, Svo. 

Harris, William, of Halesowen. Clentine Ram- 
bles : a Description of Hagley, Clent, and the Surround- 
ing Scenery. Rev. and enl. by W. Stephens, &c. Stour- 
bridge, 1S68, Svo. 

Harris, William, M.R.C.P. Insanity : its Causes, 
Prevention, and Treatment, Lon., 1882, p, Svo. 

Harris, Rev. William, Presbyterian minister. 1, 
Outlines of Sermon* on the Miracles of the Old Testa- 


meat By a London Minister Lon, 1&7S, Svo 2 
(Ed ) Seimons foi Boys and Girls, by William Hams, 
Wilberioree Newton, and Edgar Woods together with 
Fifteen Ten-Minute Sermons to Children, Lon , 18SO, 
8\o 3 HomileticjAl Commentary on the Book of Piov- 
eibs, Lon , 3882, Svo 

Harris, William. The History of the Kadical 
Party in Paihaniuit, Lon , 1SS5, Svo 

" It is less a history than a chronicle, setting forth \vith 
great care and with commendable freedom from bias the 
struggles of political reformers in and out oi Parliament 
during rather more than a ceutury " , No 2991 

Hains, William C* assistant commissioner of 
the police of the metropolis 1 Questions and Answers 
framed for the Instruction of Constables on Joining the 
Police, Lon , 1860, 12uao , 2d ed , 1868 2 Manual of 
Drill for County and District Constables, Lon , 1862, 

Harris, Lieut. William ., U.S A Prison-Life 
in the Tobacco Warehouse at Richmond By a, Ball's 
Bluff Prisoner PhiK , 1862, 12mo 

Hams, William C. Angler's Ghuda and Tourists* 
Gazetteer of the Fibbing Witers of the United States 
and Canada, N York, 18S5, I2tno 

Harris, William Harry, Cattle-Food Adulteia- 
tions being a Guide to the Farmer in the Purchase of 
Oil-Cake Illust Noithimpton, 1863 Svo 

Harris, William Hetherington* The Honey. 
Bee its Nature, Homes, and Ptoduots, Lon., ISS4, p. 
Svo Also, school-books 

Harris, Rey* William Logan, DD, LL T> , 
1817-1SS7, b near Mansfield, , a minister of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, elected bishop 1872 1, 
(EJ ) Journal of the General Conference of the Metho- 
dibt Episcopal Chuich t<u 1863, N York, 1863, Svo 2 
The Relation. of the Episacopacy to the General Confer- 
ence [thiee lectures,] N York, 18SS, 12ino 

Hams, William Manning, and Clarkson, 
Thomas, M A The Conveyancing and Law of Prop- 
eity Act, 1881, and the Vendor and Puichasei Act, 1874 
with Notes, Lon , 1882, Svo 

Harris, Sir William Snow, F R S , [ante, vol 
i , add ,] 1792-1867, b at Plymouth, Eng , bee*me a 
member of the Royal College of Surgeons, made scien- 
tific inventions for preserving ships from lightning, &c , 
and received the Copley medal m 1835 1 Ou the 
Nature of Thunder-Storms, and on the Means of Pro- 
tecting Buildings and Shipping against the Destructive 
Effects of Lightning, Lon , 1 84 i, Svo 2 National De- 
fences the Great Questioa of the Day, Lou , 1862, Svo, 
3 Our Dock-Yards Past and Present State of Naval 
Construction in the Government Service its Future 
Piospeeta, Plymouth, 1863, Svo 4 A Treatise on Fnc- 
tiomil Electricity Edited, with a Memoir of the 
Author, by Tomlm-on Lon , 1867, Svo 

Harris, William Torrey, A M ? b 1835, at South 
Kilhngly, Conn , educated at Yale , superintendent of 
public schools in Sfc Louis, Mo , 1868-80 , editor of the 
Journal of Speculative Philosophy founded by him in 
1S67, and an active member of the Concord School of 
Philosophy 1 Method of Study of Social Science a 
Lecture, St Louis, 1879, Svo 2, How to teach Natural 
Historv Syracuse, N Y , 1887, 16mo 

Harris, William W. The Battle of Groton 
Heigh tis a Collection of Narratives, Oficial Heporta, 
&a with an Introduction and Notes lilust and Maps 
Enlarged by Alfyn New London, Conn t 1882, Svo. 

Harris, Worsley Poulett, M D r| surgeon-major, 
Bengal civil service Lithotomy and Extraction of 
Stone from the Bladder, Lon,, 1876, 8vo 

Harrison, A. Stewart* The Queen of the Arena, 
and other Stones. Illust Lon , 1880, p. Svo 

Harris on, Agnes* Martin's Vineyard, Lon , 1872, 
cr Svo. 

Harrison, Albert Edward. The Registry of 
the Cognizances, Mottoes, <fcc , of the Sovereigns of Eng- 
land, from the Norman Conquest with the Bates of 
their Births, Coronations, Marriages, Demises, &e , Lon., 
1860, 4to 

Harrison, Benjamin, M A. Indiana Supreme 
Court Reports, vols xv.-xvu , (1861-1862 ,) vols. xxm - 
xxix, (18&4-1868,) Indianapolis, 186S-69, 10 vols $vo. 

Harrison, C. (Trans ) HoraoVg Odes m English 
Verse Part i, Book 1st Best , 1&77, 16}Q. 

Harrison, Rev* Charles, minister of the Inde- 
pendent Chapel, Birdbush, Wiltshire Tfce Church at 
Birdbush its Origin and History, Lon , 1853, 12mo, 


Harrison, Charles. A Treatise on the Culture 
of the Vine, Lon , 1859, p Svo 

Harrison, Charles. 1. Theatricals and Tableaux 
Yivinta foi Amateurs Illust Lon, 1SS2, Sto 2 
The Prince and the Penny a Fairy-Tale Illust. 
Lon, 1SS3, p S\o 3 Memoi andum-Book and Birth- 
day Diary, [\ erse ] Illust Lon, 1SSJ, 16fflo 4 Six 
Plajs for Children with Instructions for Impromptu 
Scenery, &.Q } Lon, 1SS4, cr Svo 5* Entertainments, 
for Bazaars, Fancy Fairs, and Home Circles. Illust. 
Lon , 1SS7, 12mo 

Hainson, Clifford. In Hours of Leisure, [verse,! 
Lon , 1SS7, Svo 

Harrison, Mrs. Constance Cary, b about 
1835, at Vaucluse, Fairfax Co., Va , married, 1867, to 
Burton Harrison, a lawyer of Virginia, resides in New 
York City 1 Golden-Rod an Idyl of Mount Desert, 
N York, 1879, 8\o 2. The Story of Helen Tioy, 1ST. 
York, 1881, 16mo 3 Woman's Handiwork in Modern 
Homes Illust N Yoik, 1881, 12mo 4 The Old- 
Fashioned Fairy-Book Illust Lon., 1SS4, sq. 16mo. 

5 Folk and Fairy Tales Illust Lon , 1885, p. Svo. 

6 Bar Harbor Days Illust N York, 18S7, 16mo 
Harrison, David. A Voice from the Washing- 

tonian Home, Bost, 1860, 12mo 

Harrison, F. Bay ford. 1 As Good as Gold, 
a Tale, Lon , 1878, ISmo, new ed , ISS1 2. Her Very 
Own a Tale, Lon ,1879, ISmoj new ed , 1884 3 Is 
It All Eight 9 a Tale, Lon, 1S80, p Svo 4 Golden 
Flowers , or, Simple Sunday Stories, Lon , 1SS2, p Svo 
5 Under Canvas a Tale, Lon , 1883, p Svo 6 Little 
Pretty, Lon , 1883, cr. Svo 7* A Wase Woman, Lon , 
1SS3, cr Svo. 8. Biothers in Arms, a Story of the 
Crusades. Illust Lon , 1884, p. Svo 9 Second Beat . 
a Tale, Lon , 1885, 10 Masaniello . a Nine-Days 1 Won- 
der Illust. Lon , 1888, p 8 11 Missy Illust 
Lon , 1886, 12mo 12 The Battle-Field Treasure Illust, 
Lon , 1888, p Svo 

Harrison, Fanny. Our Teacher's Stones, Lon , 
1880, sq 16mo , new ed , 0\:f., 1888 

Harrison, Rev. Francis, M.A , graduated at 
Queen's College, Cambridge 1850 , rector of North Wrax- 
hall since 1866 Come Sections treated Geometrically 
together Tnth an Elementary Treatise on Analytical 
Geometry, Lon , 1 8f 7 ? cr. Svo 

Harrison, Frederic, b 18^1 , m London , educated 
at King's College, London, and Wadham College, Oxford, 
where he graduated, first class Lit Hum , 185-J, and was 
elected Fellow and tutor, called to the bar at Lincoln's 
Inn 1858, and practised in the Court of Chancery 1860- 
74, member of the royal commission on trades-unions 
1867-69, secretary to the royal commission for the 
digest of the law 1869-70 , professor of jurisprudence 
for the Council of Legal Education of the Inns of Court 
167S-S9, elected an alderman in the London county 
council 1 889, He is president of the London Fositnist 
Committee, and has published many addresses and 
essays in support of Positivism, besides being a frequent 
contributor to the Nineteenth Century and other periodi- 
cals 1 The Meaning of History Two Lecture*, Lon , 
1862, p Svo 2 (Trans.) Social Statics [vol n of 
Comte's "Pohftque Positive,"] Lon, 1875 3 Order 
and Progress Part I > On Government , Part II , Studies 
of Political Crises, Lon , 1875, Svo 

" Mr Harrison sees the vices of our Parliamentary system 
with great clearness, and denounces them with great 
energy It is to be regretted that he has not pointed out 
their cure *' -jicccd , vhi 239 

4 Martial Law in Kabul, Lon, 1880, Svo. 5, The 
Present and the Suture a Poaitmst Address, Lon., 
1880, Svo. 6 The Crisis in Egypt a Letter to Mr 
Gladstone, Lon , 1SS2, cr. &vo 7. The Choice of Books, 
and other Literary Pieees, Lon , 1886, p Svo. (Also, an 
edition on large paper, Svo, and & Popular edition, cr 

**A writer of such wide interests, who can find some- 
thing Instructive to say about subjects so far apart as the 
French. Revolution and the developments of modern ses- 
thetieism, the Law Courts and the Academy Exhibition, 
S^ Bernard and Lord Beaeonsfleld, who * tackles* Mr 
Rnskm and Mr Arnold flnth equal intrepidity, cannot fail 
to suggest matter for draensBion to any intelligent reader '* 
-jttf t Ko 3047. 

8. Oliver Cromwell, (" Twelve English Statesmen/*) 
Lon , ZJSSd, p &vo* 

* He has made no discoveries in a field where it is still 
to be hoped that ffcssh grain may be garnered, he has, 
however, arranged the old knowledge more deftly than at 
has ever been arranged before* anxTby what he onnts, as 



well as by what he gives, he has shown that every step in | 
that wonderful career is familiar to him." Ath , No 3169 

"The merit of the book lies in the fulness,, fluency, and 
(on the whole) fairness of its narrative of facts." Sat. Rev , 
Ixv. 802 

Harrison, Gabriel, b. 1825, in Philadelphia; 
was an actoi and manager, and later became a teacher 
of elocution in Brooklyn, N.Y. 1. The Stratford Bust 
of William Shakespeare, and a Critical Inquiry into its 
Authenticity and Artistic Merits. Illust. Brooklyn, 
1863, 4to. Only 75 copies printed. 2. The Life and 
Writings of John Howard Payne, Albany, 1875, r. Svo; 
new ed., entitled " John Howard Payne, Dramatist, 
Poet, Actor, and Author of 'Home, Sweet Home!'" 
Phila, 1SS4, Svo. 

Harrison, George. Memoir of William Cook- 
worthy, formerly of Plymouth. By his Grandson. Lon., 
1854, 12mo. 

Harrison, George. Treatise ontheGieek Prep- 
ositions, Phila., 185S, Svo. 

Harrison, George. Two Months in Brittany 
with my Knapsack and Fly- Bod, Lon., 1868, 12ino. 

Harrison, George Harrison Rogers. A 
Genealogical and Historical Account of the Maitland 
Pamily: compiled from Charters, Deeds, &c., Lon., 
1S69, 4to. Privately printed. 

Harrison, George Henry De Strabolgie 
Neville PlantageneU 1. Fac-Simile of the Origi- 
nal Domesday-Book with Translation, Lon., 1876, fol 
2. The History of Yorkshire, [and Yorkshire Families ,] 
vol. i., Lon. and Aylesbury, 1879, fol. (No more pub- 

Harrison, George Leib, 1811-1885, b. in Pbil- 
adelphia r Pa., was for several years president of the 
Pennsylvania Board of State Charities. 1. Ch.ipters on 
Social Science as connected with the Adminis.tiati<m of 
State Chanties, Phila , 1877. 2. The Kemauis of Wil- 
liam Penn : Pennsylvania's Plea, the Mission to England, 
Visit to the Giave, Letters, <fco., Phila., 1882, 4to. Pi i- 
vately pi mted. 3. Legislation on Insanity Collection 
of the Lunacy Laws of the United States to the Ye.u 

1883, inclusive ; [also] England, Canada, and Poitimii 
of the Lunacy Laws of Germany, France, <fcc., PlnLu, 

1884, Svo. Privately printed. 

Harrison, Rev, H., of Hackney. A Guide to the 
Throne a Daily Guide to Family Devotion. Jllust. 
Lon,, 1857-61, 4to. 

Harrison, Rev. Hall, b. 1837, in Anne Arundrt 
Co., Md. , assistant master in St. Paul's School, Concord, 
N.H., 1865-79, and since then rector of St John's, Elli- 
cott City, Md. 1. Hugh Davey Evans, LL.D. : a Me- 
moir founded upon Recollections written by Himself, 
Hartford, 1870, 12mo. 2. Life of the Right Reverend 
John Bishop Kerfoot, D.D., LL.D , First Bishop of 
Pittsburgh with Selections from his Diaries and Cor- 
respondence. Illust. N. York, 1886, 2 vols. 8vo. 

" The book is one which will make its prinp ipal appeal 
to those who find themselves in places similar to that 
which Bishop Kerfoot occupied, and to those profoundly 
interested in the ecclesiastical polity and history oi the 
Episcopal Church , . But to read his biography, , is 
to be made aware that his Christianity and his manhood 
transcended his particular opinions " Nation, xliii 216 

" This is an interesting and profitable book It depicts a 
character singularly devout, manly, lovable, and ener- 
getic And it incidentally >h ows us something of the faith, 
the enterprise, the uiiworldhuess. which are the most at 
tractive characteristics of an orthodox com ninmoii wholly 
independent oi the state." Spectator, Ix. 359. 

Harrison, Harry. Poems, Claphain, Yorkshire, 
1887, Svo. 

Harrison, Henxy William, The Battle-Fields 
and Naval Exploits of the Republic from Lexington to 
the City of Mexico, Hlust. Phila,, 1857, Svo j new 
ed., 1877. 

Harrison, I. Henry. L (Tra,ns,) The Death of 
Ivan the Terrible; from the Russian of Count A. K. 
Tolstoi, 1869, p. Svo. 2. (Trans.) Kriloff's Original 
tables, 1883, 8 vo, 3. Compl *te Course of Volapuk: with 
G-rammar and Exercises, and a Vocabulary of Two Thou- 
sand Five Hundred Words j adapted from the French of 
Prof. Aug. Kercknoffs j 2d ed., Lon., 1888, 12mo. 

Harrison, J. Manual of the Type-Writer, Lon., 

1885, fp, 8ro. 

Harrison, J. Bay ford. A Good Copy, and other 
Stones, Lon , 1884:, p. 3vo. 

Harrison, J, J. and E. On the Culture of the 
Peach. Nectarine, <fec., Lon., 1860, Svo. 


Harrison, James, of Gateshead-on-Tyne. 1. 
Oxford Theology; or, Romanism in the Church of Eng- 
land, Lon., 1875, 12mo. 2. The Everlasting Kingdom 
and the Life Eternal, Lou., 1880, Svo. 

Harrison, James Albert, b. 1848, at Pass Chris- 
tian, Miss. ; graduated at the University of Virginia 
1866; professor of Latin and modern languages in Kan- 
dolph-Macon College, Va , 1871-76, and since then pro- 
fessor of English and modern languages in Washington 
and Lee University, Lexington, Va. 1. A Group of 
Poets and their Haunts, N. York, 1875, Svo. 

"He has an excellent selection of subjects, subjects 
which are a proof oi hi& having real literary and aesthetic 
predilections He has apparently made a long stay in 
Europe, and spent his time there in a sufficiently scholarly 
manner. . He is bitten with the mania of being pict- 
uresque at any cost, in season and out "Nation, xx. 399. 

2. Greek Vignettes : a Sail in the Greek Seas in the 
Summer of 1877, Bost., 1878, ISmo. 3. Spam in Pro- 
file: a Summer among the Olives and Aloes, Bost., 1S79, 

" Mr Harrison's sketches are not only very agreeable 
reading, but they have a distinct charm He has in a very 
perceptible, if not very con&picuous, degiee the quality 
of an artiht he sees thmg& picturesquely, and describes 
them sympathetically "Nation, xxix. 63 

4. Spain, (Sketch of the History of Spain.) Illust. 
Bost., 1881, 12mo. 5. The Story of Greece, ("Story of 
the Nations,") N. York, 1885, 12mo. 6. Autrefois: 
Tales of Old New Orleans and Elsewhere, N. York, 1888, 
12mo. With BASKERVJLL, W. M., A Handy Dictionary 
of Anglo-Saxon Poetry based on Groschopp's Grem. 
Edited, Revised, and Corrected: with Grammatical Ap- 
pendix, List of Irregular Verbs, and Brief Etymological 
Features. Bost. and Lon., 1886, 8\o; new ed., N. York, 

Harrison, James Bower, M.D, M.R.C.P., 
F.R.C.S , graduated in medicine at the University of 
St. Andrews; formerly surgeon of the Ardwick and 
Ancoats Dbpensary, and assistant physician of the Man- 
chester Royal Infiimary. 1. Some Reimiiki on the Con- 
tamination of Water by Poison of L< ad ? and its Effects 
on the Human Body, Lon., I860, 12mo. 2. Popular 
Medical Errors, Lon , 1851, 12mo. 8. The Medical As- 
pects of Death and the Medical Aspects of the Human 
Mind, Lon., 1852, 12ino. 4. A Few Remarks on the 
Perforating Ulcei of the Stomach and Bowels, Lon , 1856, 
12mo. 5 Familiar Letters on the Diseases ot Childien, 
Lon., 1862, 12mo. 6. A Vision of Asniodeus, and the 
Reflections of Dr. Anselmo, Manchester, 1880, p. Svo. 

Harrison, James Carter. 1. An Epitome of 
the Laws of Probate and Divorce, Lon., 1880, 8voj 3d 
ed., 1886. 2. An Epitome of the Cuniinal Law, Lon., 
1882 j 2d ed., Lon., 1885, Svo. 3. A Selection of 
Statutes for Students : with Notes and Cases, Lon., 1885, 
r. Svo. 

Harrison, James Hargrave. (Ed.) Postwick 
and Relatives; written in the Early Part of the Eigh- 
teenth Century by Thomas Harrison, of Great Plum- 
stead. Illustrated with Notes. Great Yarmouth, 1858, 
4to. 100 copies printed for private circulation. 

Harrison, Miss Jane Ellen. 1, Myths of the 
Odyssey in Art and Literature. Illust. Lon,, l&Hl, 

'* To scholars her work will form a compte-rendu of the 
mythography of her subject , to the uninitiated, a promise 
of pfood things to come " Acad , xx 359 

" Miss Harrison's book ismeanjfc, not for the mythologist, 
thouerh it may interest him, but for the student of the art 
in which the Greek genius clothed the common materials 
of human fancy. . . . Her main object is to show how 
Greek artists conceived of the Homeric legends. . . Wo 
are not acquainted with any book produced by any man 
at either university which does so much for the knowledge 
of ancient art as this work by a woman from one of the 
Cambridge colleges for women " Ath,, No 2830. 

2. Introductory Studies m Greek Art. Illust, Lon., 
1885, Svo. 

"The book she has just published displays in an equal 
degree the instinct of address and the iiunauct of research. 
. . . The reader will constantly encounter serious and 
earnest thought, wide knowledge, and a vivid exposition." 
A S. MURRAY : Acad , xxix. 116 

Harrison, Jennie. 1. The Right Way, and how 
Agnes Turner walked in it, N. York, 1863, 18 wo. 2. 
The Children's Wreath, N. York, 1865, 6 vote, IHmo, 4. 
On the Ferry-Boat, N. York, 1865, ISmo. 4. Murwiiiir- 
Glory Stories, JST. York, 1865, J8mo. 5. The Boys' 
Watchword , or, The Story of the Old Back Room, Ion , 
1872; new ed., 1876, 12mo. 6. Little Boots, and the 
Steps they trod in, Lon., 1874, 12uio. 7. "Little 


Boots" grown Older ; or, The Soldier of the Cross, Lou , 
1874, 12mo. 8 Paul Thurston and his Little Boots, 
new ed , Lou ,1875 9. Marty and the Mite-Boxes, 
Lon, 1875, I2mo 10 Little Oranges, or, The Friend 
of the Friendless, Lon , 1875, 16mo , new ed , 1885 11 
Choir-Boys of Cheswiok, 1876 12 Doctor Will, 1880 
IS. Jean Macdoaald's Week a Storj Illust N 
York, 1SS5, 12mo 14 Uogcr Dunham's Choice, N 
York, 1887, 12mo 

Harrison, Joanna* A Northern Lily Fue 
Years oi aa Uneventful Life, [a novel,] Lou, 1S56, cr 

Harrison, John, F R C S 1 Weights of Spirits 
per Imperial Gallon, Lon , 1851, long Svo 2 The Pa- 
thology and Treatment of Stricture of the Uretbri, Lon , 
1852, Svo , 2d ed , 1858 3 The Pathology and Treat- 
ment of Venereal Diseases, Lon , I860, Svo 

Harris on , Jo hn. The Laird of Restalng's Daugh- 
ter a Legend of the Siege of Leith, Bdm , U57, 12ino 
Harrison 9 Rev. John, D D , ordained 1854 , vi< <ir 
of Eenwiok, Yorkshire, 1367. 1 An Antidote to the 
Teaching of Certain Anglo-Catholics conceimng Wor- 
shipping Eastward, Lon, 1366 2 Whose are tbe 
Fatbeis? or, The Teaching of Certain Anglo-Cithohts 
on the Church and its Ministry contrary alike to the 
Scriptures, to the Fathers of the Fust Six Centime*, 
&o , Lon , 1867, Svo. 3 On the Primitive Mode of 
making Bishops being 9.11 Enquny as to whethei they 
were created chiefly by those over whom they were to 
preside or by one or more of their own Order, Lon t 
1870, Svo 4 An Answer to Dr Pusey's Challenge IL- 
apecting the Doctrine of the Real Presence, Lon , IS71, 
2 vols Svo 5. An Answer, in Seven Tiacts to the 
Euchanstte Doctrine of Romanists and Ritualists m 
"which it ia shown that their Teaching is contrary to Holy 
Scriptures, Lon, 1873, p Svo 6 The Fathers IUBUS 
Dr Pusey an Exposition of his Unfair Treatment of 
their Evidence on the Doctrine of the Kcal Presence, 
Lon , I873 t p Svo 7. The Eastward Position Unserip- 
tural and not Primitive and Catholic, Lon , 1876, p Svo 
Harrison, John. Three Ballads The Clipper 
Screw, Maximilian, Trafalgar, Lon , 18b9, 12mo 

Harrison, John* Imaginary Love&, [verse,] Bir- 
mingham, 1880, p Svo 

Harrison, John. Cure Toums Colledge Sketches 
of the Early History of the Old Colledge ot Edinburgh 
with an Appendix of Historical Documents, Edin , 1884, 

Harrison, John, of Edinburgh The Scot m 
Ulster the Story of the Scottish Settlement m Ulster, 
Edm , 1888, cr Svo. 

Harrison, Rev. John Denby, Ph D t , oidnmed 
186F , vicar of Barton, Lancashire, 1B70 The Identity 
of the British, the Anglo-Saxon, and the Catholic 
Church, 1876 

Harrison, Rev. Jonathan Baxter, b 1S35 m 
Ohio , a Unitarian minister at Franklin Palls, JS" H., 
since 1860 1 Certain Dangerous Tendencies in Amer- 
ican Life, and other Papers, Boat, 1880, 12mo Anon 
2 The Latest Studies on Indian Reservations, Phila, 
1887, 16mo 

Harrison, Joseph, 1SIQ-1874, 1) in Philadelphia, 
became a mechanical engineer and inventor, and was 
employed by the Russian, government to construct loco- 
motives, to, 1843-62. 1. An Essay on tiw Steasa 
Boiler, Phila , 1867, Ifano, 2 The Locomotive Engine 
and Philadelphia's Share in its JEarJy Improvement , 
rev ed , Phila , 1S72, Svo 3* Tha Iron- Worker and 
King Solomon with a Memoir and an Appendix, 2d 
ed rev , Phila , 1869 Printed for private circulation 
Harrison, Rev. Joshua Clarkson, The Offi- 
cers, Services, and Institutions of Paik Chapel, Camden 
Town mth the Reports for 185S (ISbl ) and an Address 
to the Chinch and Congregation, Camden Town, 1859- 
61, 2 vols 12mo. Privately printed. Also, single ser- 
mons and addresses. 

Harrison, Rev, Lawrence John. Sermons 
preached on Various Occasions, Lon , 1867, p, 8\o. 

Harrison, Mrs. 1HL B. (Trans ) A Great Lady 
from the German of J. van Dewall, [pseud lor August 
Kuehne,] Lon., 1879, p. Svo. 

Harrison, Mrs. Mary, daughter of Jter. Charle 
Kmgsley, in/mj wife of Rev William Harrison Her 
books and her contributions to periodicals hare been pub- 
lished under the pseudonyme of " Lucas MaleV 1 Mrs 
Lonnw a Sketch in BJaek and White, Lon , 1882, 2 
vols. p 870, 


14 Not only brimful of cleverness, profuse and careless 
Cleverness, *as of one rich in intelligence, and of genuine, 
oftly reflectne humour, such as critics Icn e, but oi power 
fa kind so separate that it is bard to characterize without 
Luoting m justification the whole book " Spectator, lu 

2 Colonel Enderb/s Wife a Novel, Lon, 13S5, 3 
r ols cr Svo 

We cannot doubt that this storj w ill Jive amongst the 
great English fictions of tins centuo For it mo\ es m the 
ugher imaginative world without anj deficiency m real- 
sm There is noble poetiy in it without dreaminess or 
want oi grasp for the truth of human nature ' Spectator, 
vin 710 

i Little Peter a Chrism ^ Morality, Lon 1 18S7, sq. 
Gmo 4 A Counsel of Perfection, Lon , 1SSS, p Svo. 

Harrison, Miss Mary. The Skilful Cook a 
Practical Manual of Modern Experience, Lon , 3 SS4, 
er 8vo 

Hairison, Nellie Fortescue. 1 For One Man's 
Pleasure a No\el, Lon, 1883, 2 vola cr. Svo, nexv 
ed , 1SS5 2 So Runs mj Dream a Story, Lon , 1S85, 

\ols p S\o 

Harrison, Octavian Baxter Cameron, M*A , 

1819, graduated at Trinity College, Cambridge, 1S41, 
called to the bar at the Inner Temple ISM 1. The 
Summary Procedure on Bills of Exchange Act, 1S55, 
Lon, 1855, 12mo ? 2d ed same yeir 2 The Practice 
of the Sheriff's Court of the City of London, Lon , I860, 
cr 8\o 3 The Registration (Occupation Voters) Act, 
LSS5, Lon , 1885, Bvo. 4 The Representation of the 
People Act, 1884 Kotes, Lon , 1885, p Svo 

Harrison, Ob car. The Comic Guide to the Isle 
of Man Illust Lon, 1881, STO. 

Harrison, R. E. What is Congelation ? or, The 
Benumbing Influence of Cold in producing Insensibility 
to Pam in Dental Operations popularly explained, Lon , 
185S, 12mo 

Harrison, Reginald, M D , F.R CJ5 , surgeon to 
the Liverpool Rojal Infirmary 1 Clinical Lectures on 
Stricture of the Uiethra and Disorders of the Urinary 
Organs, Lon , 1878, Svo 2 Lectures on the Surgical 
D^eases of the "Uuimy Organs, 2d ed , etil , Lon , 1880, 
8vo, 3d ed 1 1887 3 The Prevention of fefcncture and 
of Piostatio Obstruction, Lon , 1882 4 On some Recent 
Advances m Surgery of the Urinary Organs Address, 
Lon , 1883, Svo. 5, Obsen auons on Lithotomy, Lithot- 
nty, and the Early Detection of Stone in the Bladder 
with a Description of a New Method of Tapping the 
Bladder, Lon , 18S3, 8\o 6> Some Points in the Surgery 
oi the Urinary Organs. Lettsomian Lectwe, Lon, Ib88, 

Harrison, Major-Gen, Richard, BE, C.B, 
C M G , served m the Indian Mutiny, China war, Znlu 
wai, Egyptian expedition, <fce 1 A Piaetical Scheme 
for the Reoigaiuzatiou of tbo Armies of England By 
an Officer Lon, 1871, 8\t 2* The Volunteer, the 
Ahhtinmon, and the Regular Soldier. By a Public- 
School Boy Lon, 1S74-, bvo 8. The Officer's Memo- 
randum-Book for Peace and War, Lon , 1877, obi 32nio j 
4th eil 188i. 

Harrison, Robert, librarian of the London 
Libraiy, 1 Kotes of a Nine Ye.irs' Residence m Russia, 
from 1844 to 1853, Lon, 1855, p, Svo 2 Colonial 
Sketches , or. Five Years m South Australia, Lon , 1S62, 
ISmo, 3 (Trans } Lorenzo de' Medu.i the Magnificent, 
by A, von Reumont Lon., 1876, 2 vols 8vo 4 Cata- 
logue of the London Library: with Appendix containing 
List of Members, Contents of Voluminous Collections, 
Alphabetic \l List of Tracts, and a Classified Index of 
Subjects; 5th ed, Lon., 1888, 2 vols. And see Go&T- 
WICK, JQ^EPJE, supra 

Harrison, Hotoert Alexander, BCL, 18SV 
1878, b at Montreal, Canada; admitted to the bar 1855 j 
represented West Toronto m Parliament 1867-72, and 
became chief justice of Ontario in 1875. 1. Digest of 
Cases in the Queen's Bench, Upper Canada, from 182$ 
to 1851, 18o3 2 The Common Law PioetduTS Act, 
[Canada,] and other Acts relating to the Practice of the 
Superior Courts of Common Law and the Rules of Coxn t 
with Notes, Toronto, 1S56 , 2d ed , 1870, Svo 3 Statutes 
of Upper Canada, to 1856, 18$r. 4. Sketch of the Legal 
Profession in Upper Canada, 1857, 5 Manual of Costs 
m County Courts, 1857 6 Rules of Practice and Plead- 
ing m the Courts of Upper Canada, 1&58 V Municipal 
Manual of Upper Canada, 1859 
Harrison, S.Francis. Crowded Out Ottawa, 1386, 
Harrison, Samuel, of Sheffield Eng, A Com- 
plete History of the Great Flood at Sheffield on March 
11 aod 12, 1864 Illust. Lon., 1364, 8 ?o. 



Harrison, Rev. Samuel, of Pittsfield, Mass. 
An Appeal of a Colored Man to his Fellow-Citizens of a 
Fairer Hue in the United States, Pittsfield, 1877, 16mo. 

Harrison, Samuel H. Alonzo ye Brave and ye 
Fayre Imogene: an Hysterical Drama, in Three Acts, 
[verse,] Liverpool, 1876, Svo. 

Harrison, Rev. T. Three Hundred Testimonies 
in Favor of Religion and the Bible, by Distinguished 
Men and Women, Gin., 1888, 12ino. 

Harrison, Rev. W. How to take a Holiday in 
the Tyrol for 21: with an Account of a Visit to Ant- 
werp, &c., Manchester, 1886, p. Svo. 

Harrison, W, B., editor of tne American Artisan. 
The Mechanic's Tool-Book: with Practical Rules and 
Suggestions for the Use of Machinists, Iron-Workers, 
and Others, N. Toik, 1868, 12mo. 

Harrison, W. C. Beesund Bee-Keeping, N. York, 
I860, 12mo. 

Harrison, W. H. The Fossil Bride : a Legend of 
Folkestone, and other Verses, Lon., 1868, Svo. Privately 

Harrison, W, H. How to get rich in the South . 
Telling what to do, how to do it, and the Profits to be 
realized, Chic., 1888, 12mo. 

Harrison, W. P. 1. Theophilus Walton j or, The 
Majesty of Truth, a Reply to "Theodosia Earnest/' 
Nashville, Tenn., 12ino. 2. The Living Christ, 1883, 

Harrison, Lieut.- Col* Walter, 46th Regiment, 
U.S. army. Pickett's Men : a Fragment of War His- 
tory, N. York, 1870, 12mo. 

Harrison, Rev. William, M.A., rector of Birch, 
Essex, [ante, vol. i., add.] 1. The Light of the Forge, 
or, Counsels drawn from the Sick-Bed of E. M., Lon., 
1853, 12uio , 2d ed., 1864. 2. Confirmation : a Duty to 
God, and a Choice of Service, Lon., 1862, 12mo. Anon. 
3. The Reality and Eternity of the Future Punishment 
of the Wicked, Lon., 1865, Svo, 4. Daily Readings for 
Holy Seasons : Lent, Lon ; 1876, 12mo. 

Harrison, William, 1802-1884, b. at Salford, 
Lancashire ; resided in the Isle of Man from. 1845, and 
was a member of the House of Keys, and chief founder 
of the Manx Society. 1. Bibliotheca Monensis a Biblio- 
graphical Account of Works relating to the Isle of Man, 
(Manx Soc Pub.,) Douglas, 1861, Svo; new ed , 18T6. 
2. (Ed.) Mona Miscellany: a Selection of Proverbs, 
Sayings, Ballads, Customs, and Legends peculiar to the 
Isle of Man, (Manx Soc. Pub.,) Douglas, 1869-71, two 
series, Svo. 3. (Ed.) Manx Miscellanies : vols. i. and ii., 
(Manx Soc. Pub.,) Douglas, 1871, 1S80, Svo. 4. (Ed.) 
The Old Historians of the Isle of Man : Cainden, Speed, 
Dugdale, Cox, Wilson, Willis, and Grose, (Manx Soc. 
Pub.,) Douglas, 1871, 8vo. 5. (Ed.) Record of the 
Tynwald and St. John's Chapels in the Isle of Man, 
(Manx Soc. Pub.,) Douglas, 1871, Svo. 6. (Ed.) Rec- 
ords of St. Mark's Chapel, Isle of Man : compiled from 
the Papers of J. T.Clarke, (Manx Soc. Pub ,) Douglas, 

1878. 7. (Ed) An Account of the Diocese of Sodor 
and Man and St. German's Cathedral ; also, A Record 
of the Bishops and a Statement of the Rectors, Douglas, 

1879, Svo. 

Harrison, William, solicitor. The Law relating 
to Chief Rents and other Rent-Charges and Lands as 
affected thereby, Lon., 1884, 12mo. 

Harrison, William A. A Manual of Physiogra- 
phy. Illust. Lon., 18SO, 12mo. 

Harrison, William George, 1827-1883, gradu- 
ated at St. John's College, Cambridge, 1850 j called to 
the bar at the Middle Temple 1853. With CAPE, GEORGE 
A., JR., The Joint-Stock Companies Act, 1856: with 
Remarks and Index, Lon., 1856, Svo. 

Harrison, William H., quartermaster. (Trans.) 
Studies in Troop- Leading : The Cavalry Division; from 
the German of J. von Verdy du Vernois. Edited by C. 
W. Bowdler Bell. Lon., 1887, Svo. 

Harrison, William Henry, editor of The Spirit- 
ualist 1. The Lazy Lays and Prose Imaginings, Lon., 
1877, or. Svo. 2. Spirits before our Eyes : vol. i., Lon., 
187, or. Svo. 3. (Ed.) Psychic Facts : a Selection from 
the Writings of Various Authors on Psychical Phe- 
nomena, Lon. 1880, Svo. 4. Mother Shipton Investi- 
gated : the Result of Critical Examination in the British 
Museum Library of the Literature relating to the York- 
shire Sibyl, LOB,. 1881, Svo.^ 

Harrison, William Hopkins. Ireland to be 
pacified by True Justice and Policy, Lon., 1868, Svo. 

Harrison, William Jerome, E.G.S., science 


demonstrator for the Birmingham school board j late 
curator of the Leicester Town Museum. 1. The Geology 
of Leicestershire and Rutland. Illust. Lon., 1878, r. 
Svo. 2. Practical Geology, Lon., 1878, 12ino. 3. Geol- 
ogy of the Counties of England and of North and South 
Wales, Lon., 1882, Svo. 

" Any one with this manual m hand may readily ac- 
quaint himself with the nature of the rocks and other 
physical characteristics of any part of the country in 
\vhich he may dwell, through winch he may travel, or 
concerning which he may need information. Sat. Rev., 
kv. 290 

4. Elementary Mechanics , or, First Lessons in Nat- 
ural History, Lon., 1882, p. Svo. 5. The Science of 
Home Life: a Text-Book of Domestic Economy, Lon., 
1S82, p. Svo. 6. Elementary Lessons in the Principles 
of Agriculture, Lon., 1883, Svo. 7. A Histoiy of Pho- 
tography : written as a Practical Guide and an Intio- 
duction to its Latest Developments, Bradford, Eng., 
1888, Svo. 8. Photography for All, Lon , 1888, p. Svo. 
With WAKEFIELD, H. ROWLAND, Earth-Knowledge- a 
Text-Book of Elementary Physiography, Lon., 18S7, 

Harrison, William Handle. 1. The Hancl- 
Book of Alphabets and Omaments, Lon., I860, cr. Svo, 
6th ed., 1863. 2. Suggestions for Illuminating, Lon., 
1861, 4to. 3. A Practical Guide to Decorative Painting 
for Walls, Panels, Screens, &c. j 2d ed., Lon., 1883, 12mo. 

Harriss, Julia Mildred. Wild Shrubs of Ala- 
barna , or, Rhapsodies of Restless Hours. By the Min- 
strel Maiden of Mobile. N. York, 1852, 8vo. 

Harrisse, Henry. Bibliotheca Americana Vetus- 
tissima: a Description of Works relating to Amenca 
published between 1492 and 1551, N. York, 1866, r. Svo, 
Additions, [to the foregoing,] Paris, 1872. 

Harrisson, Mrs. A. M* Gethsemane, and other 
Poems, Lon., 1856, 12mo. 

Harris son, John. 1. An Essay on Physical Edu- 
cation, Lon., 1866, Svo. 2. Athletic Training and 
Health : an Essay on Physical Education, Lon , 1869, 

Harrod, Henry, P.S.A., 1S17-1871, b. at Ayls- 
ham, Norfolk; admitted an attorney 1838; was for 
twelve years secretary of the Norfolk and Norwich 
Archaeological Society; settled in London as a piofes- 
sional antiquary 1865. 1. Gleaning? among the Castles 
and Convents of Norfolk. Illust. Norwich, 1857, Svo. 
2, (Ed.) Calendar of the Court Rolls of the Borough of 
Colchester: with Lists of Bailiffs and Mayors to the 
Present Year, 1865, Colchester, 1865, 4to. 3. Repertory 
of the Records and Evidences of the Borough of Colches- 
ter, 1865, Colchester, 1865, 4to. 4. Report on the Hecoids 
of the Borough of Colchester, 1865, Colchester, 1865, 4t<>. 
5. Report on the Deeds and Records of the Borough of 
King's Lynn, King's Lynn, 1874, 4to. 

Harrold, Charles. Directions for Torres Straits, 
Lon., 1859, Svo. 

Harrop, Kobert. Bolingbroke: a Political Study 
and Criticism, Lon., 1884, Svo. 

"A large proportion of his pages is filled with pure nar- 
rative, with a narrative of events that are not fraught 
with much interest to present-day readers, and have al- 
ready been handled by writers of far greater powers than 
Mr. Harrop can claim to possess/'^edoior, Ivu, 654, 

Harrower, Henry D raper. Captain Glazier and 
his Lake : an Enquiry into the History and Progress of 
Exploration at the Head- Waters of the Mississippi since 
the Discovery of Lake Itasca, N. York, 1886, Svo. 

Harry, James Spence. 1. (Trans.) The Right 
to Fly, by Nadar, [pseud.,] Lon., 1866, p. Svo. 2. 
(Trans.) Atala, by Chateaubriand, Lon., 1867, 4to. 

Harsha, David Addison, j>ite, vol. i., add.] 
1. Life of Philip Doddridge: with Notices of some of 
his Contemporaries, and Specimens of his Style, Albany, 
1864, Svo. 2. The Star of Bethlehem : a Guide to the 
Saviour, Chic., 1864, 12mo. 3. Life of Rev. James 
Hervey, Albany, 1865, sm. 4to. Only 50 copies printed. 
4. (Ed.) The Christian's Present for All Ages: contain- 
ing Devotional Thoughts of Eminent Divines, N. York, 
1866, 12mo. 5. Life of Rev. George Whitefield, Albany, 
1866, 4to. Cnly 50 copies printed. 6, Life of John 
Bunyan: with Notices of some of his Conterapoiaries 
and Specimens of his Style, Phila., 1871, 12mo. 

Harsha, Rev. John W. 1. The Nature, Effects, 
and Pardon of Sm, N. York, 1853, 12mo. 2. Song of 
the Redeemed, Salvation to God and to the Lamb, Phila., 
1870, 16mo. 

Harsha, William Justin. A Timid Brave: the 
Story of an Indian Uprising, N. York, 1886, Svo, 


Harston, E. F. B. Piactice, Pleading, and Evi- 
dence in the Courts of Calif Qinia, San Fran , 1S7S, r 

Harston, Rev. Edward, M A , graduated at 
Clare Hall, Cambridge, 1834, chaplain of Bishop Ne- 
ville's Hospital and vicar of Sherborne, Dorsetshire, 
1854 1* Peter Walking on the Sea, and other Sermons, 
Lon ,1846, 12mo, new ed ,1353 2 Sermons, Lon and 
Oxf , 1864, Svo 3 A Hand-Book to the Abbey Chuich 
of Sfc Mary, Sherborne, Lon , 1858, 12mo , 2d ed , enl , 
1862 4 Wolsey's Bell in Sherborne Abbej Chinch, 
Sherborne, 1866, Sro 5 A Hand-Book and Guide to 
Sherborns, 5ta ed,enl, Sherborne, 1884, Svo Also, 
single sermons, &c And see INGELOW, JEAN, infra 

Hart, A* The California Code of Civil Piocedure, 
amended m 1873-74 and 1875-76 with References and 
Appendix, San Fran , 18mo 

Hart, Mrs. A. Lilian St Clair a Novel, Lon, 
1886, 3 \o!s cr Svo 

Hart, A. M. (Trans ) Manual of Pathological 
Histology, by Corni! and Banvier Illusfc 2d ed , rev 
and enl , Lon , 1882, 2 vols demy Svo 

Hart, A. S Elementary Treatise on Hydrostatics 
and Hydrodynamics, Lon , 1863, Svo 

Hart, Adolphus M*, 1813-1879, a lawyer in Can- 
ada 1 A History of the Discovery of the Valley of 
the Mississippi, Cm , 185$, 12mo 2 My Own Lan- 
guage , or, The Elements of English Grammar, Mobile, 
Ala , 1S53 3 Life m the Par West, N York, 1860 4 
Practical Suggestions on Mining Rights and Privileges m 
Canada with an Appendix containing the Gold-Mining 
Regulations, <fee , Montreal, 1867, Svo 

Hart, Alban J. X., 1817-1879, b in England, 
educated at Stonyhuiat College, was a teacher in the 
Sedgley Park School, and aftei wards for some years m 
the United States 1 The Mind and its Creations an 
Essay on Mental Philosophy, N York, 1S5S, 12mo 2 
My Ovra Language r or, The Elements of English Gram- 
mar, Bait , 1860, 12mo 3, The Hermit of the Alps, and 
other Poems, Lon ,8*0 4 Catholic Psychology , or, 
The Philosophy of the Human Mind, simplified and sys- 
tematized from the Mobt Approved Authors, Lon , 1867, 
p Svo 

Hart, Charles Henry, b 1847, ta Philadelphia 
admitted to the bar 1&G8 , historiographer of the Nu- 
mismatic and Antiquarian Society of Philadelphia 1. 
Remarks on Tabasco, Mexico, Phila , 1887, Svo 2 Me- 
moir of W H Preseott, Boat, 1S6S, r 8vo 3. Histor- 
ical Sketch of National Medals, 1776-1815, Phila 1S69, 
Svo 4 A Tribute to the Memory of Hon W Willis, 
of Portland, Mame, Phila , 1870, Svo Privately printed. 
5. Biographical Sketch of Abraham Lincoln, Albany, 
1870 6 Tiunerj the Dream-Painter, 1879. 7* Bibho- 
graphia Websteriana* 1S83 

Hart, Charles Porter, 1 Repertory of the NVw 
Eemedies based upon Hate's " Special Therapeutics and 
Symptomatology," Phila,, 1876, Svo 2 Diseases of the 
Bram and Bye". Tables and Illust Detroit, Mioh , 
1878, Svo 3 Diseases of the Eye Illnst Detroit, 
187S, Svo 4 Disease? of the Nervgus System with 
Clinical Illustrations, Phila, 1881, Svo 

Hart, Charlotte I. (Trans ) The Will-o'-tne- 
Wips, from the German of Marie Petersen Illu?t 
Lon, 1SS3, cr Svo 

Hart, Cheyney* The Christian Comrnon Prayer- 
Book, or Universal Liturgy founded on the True Gospel 
Principles of Charity, Benevolence, and Liberty, and 
adapted to the General Use of Eveiy Society of Christians, 
Lon , 1861, Sro Anon 

Hart, David Berry, MD,P.RCP Edin, lec- 
turer on midwifeiy and diseases of women in the School 
of Medicine, Edinburgh 1 The Structure of the Female 
Pelvic Boor a Theai* Illuet Bdm, 1880, fol 2 
Atlas of Female Felvie Anatomy, Edm and Lon , 1884, 
fol. 3. Topographical and Seotiona.1 Anatomy of the 
Female Pah is, Lon , 1885, fol. With BARBOITB, ALUX- 
AKDRtt HUGH ;FREBT,A.ND, M D , F R C P Bdm , Manual 
of Gynaecology Ilhist Lon , 1382, Svo, 3d ed , 1883 

Hart, E. J* History of the Fortieth Infantry 
Begiraet ? Cm , 1864, 12mo 

Hart, Edward. A JTnnd-Book of Volumetric 
Analysis Illuet N York, 1878, 12mo. 

Hart, Ernest Abraham, b 183B, passed through 
the Medical School of St George's Hospital, London, 
and practised ns a surgeon, but subsequently devoted 
himself to public work in oonnectiop with aawtary *e 
form, and became editor of thu London Medical Eecord 


and the Sanitary Record I OB Diphtheria its Hia- 
torj ? Progress, Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention, 
Lon., 1S59, Svo 2 On some Forms of Disease of the 
Eye, constituting the Condition commonly called Amau- 
roais, Lon , 1864, Svo 3 The Truth about Yacci nation 
an Examination and Refutation of the Assertions of the 
Anti-VfLceinatoie, Lon , 1SSO, cr 8\o 

Hart, Mrs. Fanny, (Wheeler,) wife of Bey 
Dudley Harr rector of Stretford, Mmehester 1. Try, 
and you Will a Stor\ for Youth, LOD , 1859, 12mo 2. 
Yule-Tide JVces in the Fire. By a Cleigyman's Wife 
Manchester, n d , 12 mo 3 Mrs Jermnghara's Journal, 
I>erse,] Lon., 1S69, 12mo Anon 4. The Runaway a 
Story for the Young, Lon, 1872, p 8\o Anon 3S T ew 
ed , 1860 5, A Very Young Couple, 1873, p Sro; new 
ed , 1875. 6 Miss Hitchcock's Wedding-Dress, Lon , 
1875, p Svo 7 Harry, {>eise,} K York, 1877 8 
Freda, Lon, 1878, d \ols p S\o. 9. Very Genteel, 
Lon,18bO cr 810 10 Thiee Epochs In the Life of a 
Woman Lon ,1881 p Sro 

Hart, Fred. H. The Sa2er\c Lying Club a 
Nevada Boofe , 2d ed , San Fran , 1S7S, Svo 

Hart. George. 1 The Violin it* Famous Makers 
and their IiniUtoia. Illu&t Lon , Ib75. 4to, new ed . 

' The title of this book does not fairly indicate its inter- 
esting contents Ihe % olnme is \aluabie m the violinist, 
it is mstruetrv e for the amateur , and miscellaneous matter 
may be found 111 it calculated to fix the attention of the 
general reader \\ ho is disposed to dn e into the records of 
the history and development of ajt " Ath , No 2498 

2 The Viohn and Us Music. IHust Lon, 3881, 
4to new ed , 1SS4, S\o 

" The bioad range of interest in the book, winch appears 
at the verv beginning, and the evident appreciation of the 
romantic as \\ell as the practical side of the cmestion 
slio'tts that the man is not merged in the specialist, and 
that outsiders as well as experts may look to fird axau&e- 
mentas well as instruction therein "So? Rev , In 241 

" Hart, Gerald," (Psend } See IRWNG, THOJU.S 
J , wfi a. 

Hart, Gerald E., president of the Montreal Society 
for Historical Studies. The Fall of New 1 ranee, 175o- 
iTfifl, Montreal and N York, 1888, Svo 

Hart, H* 1 Alcobol under Six AepeetB* Lon n 
1878, Svo 2 Drink Atrocities a Woid to Education- 
ists, Tradesmen, and Rate-Payers, Hclloway, 1878, STO 

Hart, Henry Chichester* natural^ to Sir <3 
Kaies's Arctic expedition sind Prof Hull's Palestine 
expedition ] A List of Plants found in the Island of 
Auan, Galway Bay, 3) uhhn, 1875, Svo 2 The Flora 
of Howth with Map find an Introduction to tne G-eology 
and other Features of tie Promontory, Dublin, 1887, 
12mo 3 Scnptuie Natural History vol 11 , Animals 
of the Bible, (' Ky-Paths of Bible Knowledge/') Lon., 
ISBB, p Svo 

Hart, Very Kev. Henry fliartyp, M A , grad- 
uated at Trinity College, Dublin, 1861, ordained 1883 , 
dean of St Join's Cathedral, Denver, CoL, since 1879. 
1. {Trans ) The World of the Sea,, from the French 
of Moqtnn Tairdon Blust Lon } 1 S69, r. Svo , new 
ed, 1874 2 LUnientary Chsmivtiy, Lon, 1870, Svo 
3. The Children's Sei vice-Book for Church and Home, 
Lon , 1875, 12mo 4 A Preacher's Legacy to BIB Con- 
gregation and their Children Sermons, Lon , 1879, p 
Mo 5 Manual of Cbemistry, for Advanced Students, 
N York, cr Svo, 

Hart, Henry Wiatt, b 1854 , graduated at St 
John's College, Cambridge, 1873} called to tbj bar at 
the Inner Temple 1877 Bankruptcy Law and Practice, 
Lon , 1881, Svo. "With EILOABT, EHNEST, Interrogato- 
ries Bules relating to the Law of Discovery and In- 
spection now administered in the Higb Court of Justice, 
Lon M 1&7& Sro 

Hart, Herbert William* How to return Mem- 
bers to Parliament without the Corruption at present 
attendant on General Elections, Lon , 1868, Svo ; 3d ed,, 
rev. Lon., 1872 

Hart, J. A. X. Four Usurpation* in Society Ded- 
icated to the Honourable W. E. Gladstone, Lon , 1875, 

Hart, J. B. A Treatise on the Practice of the 
Courts of the Stftf e of California * carefully adapted to 
the Existing Law, Albany, 1S53, Svo, 

Hart,. Jf. Coleman. Designs for Parish Cbur&k^ 
in the inree Styles of English Cburoh Architecture 
with an Au^yms of E&di Style, Ac., N. York, 1S$7, imp. 

Hart, James Morgan, M.A , L^D., som of Jelm 



S Hart, inf>a., b 1859, at Princeton, H" J } graduated 
at Princeton I860, and at Gottingen 1S64, admitted to 
the bar in New York 1866, a-sbistant professor of mod- 
era languages at Cornell University 1868-72 , professor 
of modern languages and English literature in the Uni- 
versity of Cincinnati 1876^90, and then appointed pro- 
fessor of rhetoric and English philology at Cornell. He 
has contributed numerous articles to periodicals 1 
(Trans ) The Amazons : from the German of Eranz 
Dmgelstedt, N York, 1868, 12mo 2 (Trans ) Method 
of Teaching Colors, by E. Cave", N York, 1869, 12ino 
3 (Trans ) England, Political and Social, by Auguste 
Laugel, N York, 1874, 12mo 4 (3-erman Universities 
a Narrative of Personal Experiences together with Re- 
cent Statistical Information, Practical Suggestions, and 
a Comparison of the German, English, and American 
Systems of Higher Education, N" York, 1874, 12mo 

" In this excellent little volume the author has told with 
singular clearness, fidelity, and simplicity the story o his 
student life in Gottmgeu, Leipzig, and Berlin " Nation, 
xi x 400 

5. (Ed.) German Classics for American Students with 
ISFotes and Glossary, N York, 1875-78, 4 vols 16mo 6 
Syllabus of Anglo-Saxon Literature , adapted from Ber- 
nard Ten Brink's " Geschichte der Enghschen Literatur," 
Cm., 1881, 8vo. 

Hart, Rev. James William Tasker, MA, 
graduated at University College, Durham, 1871 , or- 
dained 1872 j vicar of New Swmdon, Gloucestershire, 
since 1SS8 The Autobiography of Judas Iscanot a 
Character-Study, Lon , 18S4, p. 8vo 

Hart, John. 1 A Practical Treatise on the Con- 
struction of Oblique Arches, Lon , 1S36 , 3d ed , 1868, 
imp Svo 2. Description of a, Kew Method of Treating 
the Sewage of Towns, Lon , 1869, Svo 

Hart, John Seely, LLD, [ante, vol i, add,,] 
181Q-1S77, was made professor of rhetoric and the Eng- 
lish language at Princeton 1872 1. Mistakes of Edu- 
cated Men, 3d ed , Phila , 1862, 12mo, 4th ed., 1S67 
2. The Bible as an Education Power among the Nations, 
Phila, 1852, 16mo 3, Counsels for the School -Eoom, 
Phila, 1864, 12 mo 4 The Golden Censer Thoughts 
on the Lord's Prayer, Phila, 1864, 16mo. 5 Thoughts 
on Sabbath-Schools, Phila, 1864, 12mo 6 In the 
School-Room Chapters in the Philosophy of Education, 
Phila , 1868, 12mo 7. How to Select a Library, Phila., 
1870,1 6mo, 8 Manual of Composition and Rhetoric, 
Phila, 1870, 12mo 9 Removing Mountains Life 
Lessons from the <2ospels s "N York, 1870, 16mo. 10 
Sunday-School Idea, Phila., 1870, 12mo 11, Manual 
of American Literature , a Text-Book for Schools and 
Colleges, Boat., 1872, p Svo. 12 A Brief Exposition of 
the Constitution of the United States, Phila , 1873, 12mo 

Hart, Joseph J. The Sunshine of Home, or, 
Hearts and Homes, Lon , 1879, Svo. 

Hart, Xfiidovico Woolfgang. Photography Sim- 
plified a Practical Treatise on the Collodion and Albu- 
men Processes, Southampton, 1857, 12mo. 

Hart, Mary H. The Children of the Street : Mary 
Carpenter's Work m Relation to our Own, Lon,, 1380, 

Hart, Rev. Richard, [ante, vol. i , add J vioar of 
Catton. The Apostolical Succession, of the English 
Clergy traced from the Earliest Times, and in the Four 
Dioceses of Canterbury, London, Norwich, and Ely. con- 
tinued to the Year M DCCC.LXII Lon , 1862, Svo 

Hart, Kev. Samuel, M.A , J) D , professor of the 
Latin language and literature in Trinity College, Hart- 
ford, Conn 1 (Ed.) Bishop Seabury's Communion 
Office with an Historical Sketch and Notes, tf. York, 
1874,12010,' new ed, 1583. 2, (Trans.) Mozarahic Lif- 
urgy for the First Sunday in Advent, N. York, 1S77, 

Hart, Rev. Virgil C,, a, mssiotmry of the Amer- 
ican Methodist Episcopal Church 5 sent to China in 1865, 
attd appointed superintendent of the mission at Kiu- 
Kiaag 1869. Western China a Journey to the Great 
Buddhist Centre of Mount Omeu Hap and Illust 
Bosk, 1688, 12mo 

"Wot only a pleasing record of travel, but a timely pic- 
ture of one of the idaa toown yet most valuable portions 
of the earth's saraee.'^JSafttw/xIvit 442 - 

Hart, Williant Henry, P.S.A., d 1888 , belonged 
to the ataflT of tfce PubK<& Itaprf Office, England. 1 A 
Short Account of tii J 3^ft|panafkcture of Gunpowder 
in England, Lon , l^^^M^ (W Hfstoaia et Car- 
tnlanam Monasterjl^^p ^lowrcstrl^i^ki^uL 
miti o 

the Actress, and Thomas Qt^ay, Lon , 1868, 4to 4. 
(Ed ) A Register of the Lands held by Catholics and 
Conjurors an the County of Kent, in the lleign of King 
George I , Lon , 1870, Svo 5 (Ed ) Selections from the 
Correspondence of B, Bloomfield, Lon , 1871, Svo 6. 
Index Expurgatonus Anghcanus } or, A Descriptive Cat- 
alogue of the Principal Books printed or published in 
England which have been suppressed, Lon , 1872-78, Svo. 
7 An Enquiry into the Tenure of Lands in the Paiish 
of Gravesend, County of Kent, more especially with 
Regard to their G-avelkind and K on- Gavel kind Quali- 
ties, Gravesend, 1873, Svo 8 (Ed ) Records of Graves- 
end, Milton, Denton, Chalk, Korthfket, Southfleet, and 
Ifield with Illustiative Notes, Gra\esend, 1878, Svo 
lary of the Ancient Benedictine Abbey of Ramsey 
vols i -n 3 Lon , IS84-S6, imp Svo 

Hart, William R. 1 The Eternal Purpose a 
Study of the Scripture Doctnne of Immortality, Plula , 
1SS1, 12mo, 2d ed , wjth Supplementa-ry Essay on Life, 
Temporal and Eternal, 1 382 2 The Unity of the Faith, 
Phila,, 1882, 12mo 

Harte, Francis Bret, b 1839, at Albany, N Y , 
removed to California in 1854, became a compositoi in 
a printing-office, a contubutor to newspapers, and in 
1868 the first editor of the Overland Monthly, in which 
he published " The Luck of Scaring Camp** and other de- 
lineations of Cahfornian lifeAln 1870 he was made pro- 
fessor of recent literature in the University of Califor- 
nia, but m the following year he resigned this position, 
as well as the editorship of the Overland, and removed to 
New York, becoming a contributor to the Atlantic Monthly 
and to Senbner's Magazine I He was U S consul at Cre- 
feld, Germany, 1873-80, and'at Glasgow 1880-85, and has 
sineejihen resided in En^IanjLjgT Condensed Novels, 
lind otherFapersTT^ Ifork; T7<Vl2mo 2 "The Hea- 
then Chiifee," [verse ] Illust Cbie , 1870 (Published 
originally in the Overland Monthly, under the title of 
" Plain Talk from Truthful James ") 3 The Luck of 
Eoanog Camp, and other Sketches, Bost , 1870, 12mo 

" We cannot safely infei that a man who can throw off 
these vigorous etchings is capable of composing more am- 
bitious pictures with equal success At the same time, 
he sho\*s so much unmistakable talent m the frtory we 
have noticed thative cannot but hope that he will turn 
his powers to some account in future, and that we may 
have to congratulate California on pi educing a genuine 
teller of stones with a strong local flavour T ' &zi Jfcev , 
xzzl 89 

4 Poems, Bost , 1871, 12mo 5 " The Heathen 
Chinee," and other Poems, Lon ,18*71, Svo 6 last and 
West Poems, Bost , 1871, 16mo 7 Stones of the Sier- 
ras, Bost, 1S72, 12 mo 

" In none of Bret Harte's stones, -whether iu prose or 
verse, are the characteristics of hi& geums more striking 
than in these o the biejrras '* Spectator, 3Jv 1657 

8. Mrs Skaggs'a Husbands, and other Sketches, Bost , 
1872, 16mo # M'liss an Idyl of Ked Mountain, N. 
York, Svo. 10 The Poetical Woiks of Biet Harte, 
Complete Edition. Illnst. Lon , 1 872, Svo , Bost , 18 7rf , 
Lon, 1880, Bost, 1881, Lou, 1885, Lon, 1886, with 
an Introduction by H E Haweis 11 Complete Works 
in Prose and Poetry with Introductory Bssay by J 
M Bellew, Lon , 187&. 12 Ati Episode of Ihddletown, 
and other Sketches, with a Memoir, Lon, 1873, 8vo. 
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author is wasting his forces in the service of an outworn 
literary fashion "-Nation xxxvii 255 

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u No living writer has struck so powerful and original a 
note as he Has sounded throughout the six tales which 
made his reputation In the&e he forgets all other litera- 
ture, and sees and is possessed solely by the life which he 
portrays So vigorous and veracious is the conception that 
all extraneous and reflected matter is left behind, as the 
impurities of a solution are rejected when it crystallizes " 
-Spectator, 1m 1194 

r He has plenty of humour, both, artificial and real, and 
prenfy of true imaginative wife he has a sure eve for char- 
acter of a certain sort an excellent faculty of description, 
Doth didactic and dramatic, and a very masterful appre- 
hension of effect, he is capable of pathos and he is capa- 
ble of drama he has imagination of the right romantic 
quality , he is an adept in certain sorts of pabsion , and he 
has abundant knowledge of certain classes of motivel He 
is hardly ever faultless , for even when he is at his best and 
highest it is never clear that a touch of unveracity, a trace 
of the practised stage manager, a blunder in tact, a discord 
in sentirn ent, will not spoil all But he now and then goes 
straight to the heart for all thafc, and within his limits there 
is no living writer who can improve upon him " Ath , No 

" Perhaps the most eminently distinctive feature of Mr 
Bret Harte's manner is suggestiveness, a quality in which. 
we think, his writing is hardly to be surpassed. By this 
we mean the power of suggesting definite, not Indefinite, 
adeas With a few touches, thrown as it were by acci- 
dent, he describes remote or trivial consequences so as to 
carry our thought at once to the centre of the action Nor 
do we come to resent this as a trick of manner , partly be- 
cause Mr Bret Harte knows how to apply it with infinite 
variety, parti v because it is really not artificial, but founded 
on the truth of human nature The purely humorous 
aspect of Mr Bret Harte's writings is both the most familiar 
and perhaps the most difficult to give an account of 
The curious irony using the word in its original sense 
of under-statoment which runs through the whole is ge- 
neric rather than individual But our author embodies it 
in a quiet, easy flow of verse peculiar to himself which 
sets it off admirably His Californian tales, beyond 
their interest as works of fiction, have a truth which, If 
not exactly literal, is better than much that passes for his- 
torical truth They give us a picture, everywhere so 
striking and consistent that even without confirmation 
which, however, is not wantingit must be accepted aa 
faithful, of a strange transitory phase of civilization which 
already belongs to the past " Sat Rev , xxxv 722 

Haite, George C K (Ed ) Golden Love, Illust 
Ion, 3 888, ISmo. 2 (Ed.) Chaplet of Gems. Blast 
Ion , 1888, 18rao 

Harte, Rev. William* Sermons preached in the 
Parish Church of BUndford, Lon , 1864, 12mo. 

Harthill * S u sanna. Revolution, and other Poems, 
Edm , 1850, 12mo 

Hart ing, James Edmund, F L S , b. 1S41, in 
London, and educated at Dowimde College, near Bath, 
and at the University of London , practised as a soli" 
citor till 187$, Since when he has devoted himself to 
zoological investigations. In 1871 lie became editor 
of the natuiai history columns of the Pield, and in 1877 
editor of the Zoologist I The Birds of Middlesex : a 
Contribution, to the Natural History of the County, 
lion , 1866, p Svo 2, Hint? on Shore Shooting . with a 
Chapter on Skinning and Preserving Birds, Lon,, 1871, 
p Svo &. The Ornithology of Shakespeare Critically 
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" We quite agree with Mr Earting In thinking: that the 
space which mter\ enes "between the end of O\\ ears ' British 
FOSSJ! Mnrnmals and Birds* and the "beginning- of Bell's 
1 British Quadrupeds' should be- bridged o\ er by a history 
oi those species that have become extinct in historic times 
The five essays that compose Mr Hamng s book relate 
to the bear, the beaver, the reindeer, the wild boar, and 
the wolf, and there is a supplementary essay on ' Wild. 
White Cattle ' "-Sat Rev > li $fo 

9 Sketches of Bird Life, Haunts and Habits Illust* 
Lon , 1883, Svo 10 Essays on Sport and Natural His- 
tory litest Lon , 1883, Svo. 11 Hints on the Man- 
agement of Hawkgj Lon , 1884, Svo, With ROBERT, L 
P , Glimpses of Bird Life, portrayed by Pen and Pencil. 
IJlusfc Lon , 1SSO, fol. 

Hartiugton, Marquis of. See CATENDISH. 

Hartley, JHrs. 1. Hilda and I a Novel, Lon , 
1874, 2 vols p Svo 2 Spiders and Flies . a Novel, Lon , 
1875, 2 vols p Svo. 3 King or Knave, Lon , 1877, 2 
vols p Svo. 

Hartley, Benjamin. Guide fco Collodio-Etchinff. 
Illust and Plates N York, 1882. 

Hartley, Cecil B. 1 Life and Adventures of 
Lewis Wetzel, the Virginia JUnger, 12mo, 3 Life of 
the Empress Josephine, Phila , 1860, 12mo. 3 Life of 
Francis Marion with Sketches of other Patriots Illast 
Phila., 12mo 4 Lives of the Three Mrs. Judsons, the 
Female Missionaries, Phila , 12mo 5 Hunting Sports 
in the West Illuat. Phila , 12mo 6 Life of Daniel 
Boone, the Great Western Hunter and Pioneer : to waiea 
is added his Autobiography complete, as dictated by 
himself, PM!a M 1865, Svo 7. Pjetorial Teaching and 
Bible Illustration, Phila , 1S69, 12mo. 

Hartley* Charles* 1. Elocution Made Eaav for 
Clergymen, Pubho Speakers, and Headers, Lon., 1870, 
8vo. 2 Oratory Made Easy a Guide to the Composi- 
tion of Speeches, Lon , 1 871, 12mo. 3. The Grammat- 
ical Remembrancer Aids in Correct Speaking and 
"Writing, Lon , 1871, 12mo 4 Th English Elocution- 
ist a Collection of the Finest Passages ot Poetry and B3o- 
quence, Lon , 1872, 12mo 5 The Speaking Voice How 
to Cultivate, Develop, Modulate, Manage, Strengthen, 
and Preserve it- with Passages for Practice, Lon 1S73, 
Svo 6 How to Speak Well in Public and Private, 
Lon , 1884, 12mo. 7 The Book of Recitations . a Col- 
lection of Passages from the Works of the Best Poets and 
Dramatists, Lon , 1837, p. Svo 

Hartley, Mrs* Emily. 1. Dora K>mper t or, 
How the Bitter was made Sweet Illust Phila , 1879, 
16mo. 3 Beeorda of the Do-Without Society, Phila, 
1879, I6mo. 3. Odd Moments of the Willoughby Boys, 
Lon , 1881, cr Svo 

Hartley, F, W. 1. Gas Measurement and Gas- 
Meter Testing, 3d ed,Lon, 1&73 , 4th ed, 1882. 2. 
The Gas Analyst** Manual, Lon , 1879, p 8vo. 

Hartley, Fountain J. T&e Sunday-School Army 
its Position and Progress, Lon , 1884, p Svo. 

Hartley, Rev. Isaac Smith son, DJD, son of 
Kobert Milham Hartley, wfr*t t b 1S30, in New York j 
graduated at New York "University 1852, and at An- 
dover Theological Seminary 1856 , since 1871 pastor of 
the Reformed Church at TJtic% N.T , and in 1873 founded 
the Vedder lectureship at Kutgers College. 1 Prayer 
and its Relation to Modern Thought and Criticism: 
Vedder Lectures, 1874, N York, 1875, 12mo 2. His- 
tory of the Reformed Church, Utioa, N. York, 188$, S. 
Memorial of Rev Philip H Fowler, D.D,, K. Tori, 
1881. 4 Memorial of Eobert Milham Hartley, Utie% 
1881. 5. Old Fort Schuyler in History, 1884, S, 
( Comp.} The Twelve Gates Yerses from Various Authors, 
TJtiea, 1887, 4to. 

Hartley, Rev, John, Wesleyan minister, 1 Hxd 
Treasures, and the Search for them * Lectures to Bible- 
Classes, Lon., 185$, 4th ed, 1&79 2. Let Us Go Up: 
Incentives to the Pursuit of Holiness, Lon , 1872 ? Ifaoo, 
S. Chapters on Holiness, Expository and Practical, Loa., 
188% 12mo. 

Hartley, John, W&^ M.S , V. 1839, at HaBfa*, 
Yorkshire, and educated at the Park Place Academy 
there, waa for tventy years a designer of upfeolsfcary 
goods for & firm in Halifax. In 1$$6 lie begaa t^e pul>- 
lieation. of the Clock Altaanoek, th eireula^m s*f 
100,000 amjuaUy. In 1S72 lie 


America. Most of his productions are written in the 
Yorkshire dialect. 1. Annie Linn, the Moorland Flower. 
2. A Rolling Stone : a Tale of Wrongs and Revenge, 
Waken" eld, 12mo. 3. Yorkshire Ditties ; two series, 
1872. 4. Yorkshire Tales; two series. 5. Pensive 
Poems and Startling Stories, 1876, I2mo. 6. Sects i' 
Lundun : a Yorkshireman's Ten Days' Trip, Lon., 1876, 
12mo. 7. Grimes* Trip to Aineiica. Ten Letters from 
Sammywell G-rimes to John Jones Stnith, Wakefield, 
1877, 12mo. 8. Yorkshir Puddin' : a Collection of the 
Most Popular Dialect Stories from the Pen of John 
Hartley; two series, Lon., 1877, 12mo. 

14 Mr Hartley is a writer of real power, both dramatic 
and humorous He is not devoid, either, of pathos. . . . 
The permanent value of the book consists m its pictures 
of working-men's hie and thought in the Yorkshire of the 
nineteenth century. Where, without straining after fun, 
Mr Hartley confines himself to tracing such pictures and 
letting the* humour flow naturally out of them, his work- 
manship is of its kind simply pertect, and reminds one ol 
nothing so much as of a first-rate Temers." Spectator, In 

9. Many a Slip: a Domestic Romance, 1878, 12mo. 
10 Seets i' Paris, 1879, 12mo. 11. A Sheaf from the 
Moorland Poems, 1881, 12mo. 12. Seets i* Blackpool, 
Fleetwood, Lytham, and Southport, 1882, 12mo. 

Hartley, L. Industrial Thrift ; or, Life Assurance 
and Pensions, &c., Lon., 18S7, 12mo. 

Hartley, Mrs. May, (Laffan,) b. in Dublin; 
wife of W. N. Hartley, infra. 1. Hogan, M.P. . a 
Novel, Lon., 1876, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. Anon. 

" We have seldom read through a modern novel which 
left a worse taste behind it than this At the same time, 
we cannot but admit that the author shows considerable 
power in handling his materials. His canvas, indeed, is 
crowded to such an extent that the sketches are of the 
slightest; but each character standb on its own feet, and 
is not merely a lay figure, and the story, such as it is, never 
flags. Our objection is not to the handling of them, but to 
tine materials themselves." Spectator, xhx. 1013. 

2. The Honourable Miss Ferraid, Lon., 1877, 3 vols. 
cr. Svo. 

"Doubly worth reading, for its pictures of Irish manners 
are as entertaining as the story itself." Sat. JRev , xliv. 403. 

3. Flitters, Tatters, and the Counsellor, Lon., 1879, 
12mo; new ed., 1883. 

41 No work of fiction that we have seen for a long time 
has such splendid humour and deep pathos as this little 
shilling book "Spectator, hi. 410 

4. Christy Carew, Lon., 1SSO, 3 vols. or. Svo. 

" Whatever may be the political or religious bias of the 
reader, he can hardly fail to find so life-Tike a sketch of 
society in an important portion of the realm both timely 
and interesting . . . Neither pathos nor humour is lack- 
ing." Atfi , No. 2728 

5. The Game Hen, Dublin, 1880, 12mo. 6, Bauble 
Clark, Edin. and Lon , 1880, 12mo. 

*' The simple tale is told with so much vividness and so 
mudx knowledge of the outlying corners of human nature 
that it v&& not easily be forgotten "Acad. t xvin 438. 

7. (Trans.) No Relations, by Hector Malot, Lon., 
1880, 3 vols. cr. Svo. 8. A Singer's Story, Lon., 18S5, 
12mo, 9. Ismay's Children, Lon., 1887, 3* vols. p Svo. 

"Among the contemporary chroniclers of the realities 
of Insh liie the author of ' Hogan, M P ,' occupies a prom- 
inent place, and her latest venture will greatly enhance 
a deservedly high reputation, 'Ismay's Children' opens 
admirably, and improves on closer acquaintance, being 
marked to a singular extent by a combination of qualities 
rare in female writers, strength, breadth of humour, and 
impartiality . . No one who is anxious to tathom the 
enigma of the Irish character will be deterred by such 
considerations [" Hibermcisms" m the style, &e J from the 
careful study of what we have no hesitation m pro- 
nouncing to be the most valuable and dispassionate con- 
tribution towards the solution of that problem which has 
been put forth in this generation in tlie domain of fiction." 
Ath., No 31*29 

"Among the younger generation of novelist* we know 
none who writes so manifestly from the heart and at the 
same time fully satisfies the demand of the critic for literary 
grace, whether in her longer or her shorter pieces."- Acad , 
xs. 310. 

Hartley, Oliver C. and R. K. Texas Supreme 
Court Eeports, vols. xiv.-xxi., (1855-58,) Houston, 1856- 
58, 8 vols, 

Hartley, Robert Milham, 1796-1881, b. at 
Cocfkermotith, Eng.; removed to America in infancy; 
founded the New York Association for Improving the 
Condition of the iPoor J$42, and issued for it thirty-four 
octavo volumes of reports. 1. Historical, Scientific, and 
Practical Essay on Milfe, K. York, 1841. 2. Intemper- 
ance in Cities and Large Towns, N. York, 1851. 

Hartley, W* In a London Suburb, Lon., 1885, 3 
vols. cr Svo. 


Hartley, W. G. A Handy Book of Rifle Volun- 
teers. Illust. Lon., 1859, 18mo. 

Hartley, Walter Noel, F.C.S., demonstrator of 
chemistry and lecturer on chemistry in the Evening 
Class Department, King's College, London. 1. Air, and 
its Relations to Life: being, with some Additions, the 
Substance of a Course of Lectures delivered at the Royal 
Institution of Great Britain, Lon., 1875, 12moj 2d ed., 

" Mr Hartley has treated the subject very skilfully. . . . 
Mr. Hartley devotes a considerable part of his book to a 
? toum6 of 'the various experiments made by Pasteur, 
Schwann, Schroder, Bastian, and others, himselt included, 
on spontaneous generation." Acad , ix. 126 

2 Water, Air, and Disinfectants, ("Manuals of 
Health,") Lon., 1877, 12mo. 3. Spectnim Photography 
and New Methods of Qualitative Analysis, (Philosophi- 
cal Transactions,) Lon., 1884, 4to. 4. Researches m 
Spectrum Photography, Ac.: Quantitative Analysis, 
(Philosophical Transactions,) Lon, 3885, 4to. 5. Ab- 
sorption Spectra of the Alkaloids, (Philosophical Trans- 
actions,) Lon , 1886, 4to. 6. Course of Quantitative 
Analysis for Students, Lon., 1887, p. Svo. With ADTSNEY, 

, Wave Lengths of Lines of High Refrangibility, 

(Philosophical Transactions,) Lon., 1 884, 4to. 

Hartley, Winchcombe Saville. The Philoso- 
phy of the Human Mind, Lon., 1860, 12mo. 

Hartman, G. A. The Turkish Cavalry Drill: in 
Turkish and English, Lon,, 1856, 12mo. 

Hartman, William D., and Mechener, Ezra. 
Conchologia Cestrica : the Molluscous Animals, and their 
Shells, of Chester County, Pa. Illust. Phila., 1874, 12mo. 

Hart ma nil, Franz, M.D. 1. Report of Observa- 
tions made during a Nine Months' Stay at the Head- 
Quarters of the Theosophical Society at Adyar, Madras, 
1884, Svo. 2. Magic, White and Black j or, The Science 
of Finite and Infinite Life containing Practical Hints 
for Students of Occultism, Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 3. The 
Life of Philippus Theophrastus Bombast, of Hohen- 
heim, known by the Name of Paracelsus, Lon., 1887, 
p. Svo. 

Hartmann, T. Charity Green; or, Varieties of 
Love. N. York, 1860, 12mo. 

Hartnell, H. C. 1 Illustrated Gossiping Guide 
to the Irish National Exhibition of 1882 with a His- 
torical Catalogue of Irish Manufactures and Industries, 
Dublin, 1882, 16mo. 2. Illustrated Guide to the Cork 
International Exhibition of 1S83, Cork, 1883, Svo. 

Hartog, Marcus Manuel. (Trans.) The Natural 
History of Plants, by H. Baillon, Lon., 1871-81, 7 vols. 
r. Svo. 

Hartough, Mrs. S. M. The Curse of Mill Valley, 
N. York, 1877, 16mo. 

Hart ran ft, Kufus C- 1. Pocket-Guide and 
Hand-Book for the City of Philadelphia. Map and 
Illust. Phila., 1884, 24nio. 2. The Journal of Solomon 
Sidesplitter : Witticisms, Phila., 1884, 12tno. 

Hartridge, Gustavus, F R.C.S., surgeon to the 
Royal Westminster Ophthalmic Hospital* The Refrac- 
tion of the Eye: a Manual for Students. Illust. Lon., 
1884, p. Svo; 3d ed,, 1887. 

Hartshorne, B* F* The Dunes : a Prize Poem. 
By B. F. H. 1864. 

'Hartshorne, Rev* Charles Henry, M.A., 
F S.A., [ante, vol. i., add.,] 1802-1865, b. at Broseley, 
Shropshire; graduated at St. John's College, Cambridge, 
1825; ordained 1826; rector of Cogenhoe 1838-50, and 
from then of Holdenby, Northamptonshire. 1. Rocking- 
ham Castle : its Antiquity and History, Oxf., 1852, Svo. 
Printed for private distribution. 2. Memoirs Illustra- 
tive of the History and Antiquities of Northumberland, 
1858. 3. (Ed.) The Itinerary of King Edward the 
Second, Lon,, 1861, 4to. Privately printed. 4. A Guide 
to Alnwick Castle. Illust. Lon., 3866, p Svo. 

Hartshorne, Emily Sophia. I. Enshrined 
Hearts of Warriors and Illustrious People, Lon,, 1861, 
Svo. 250 copies printed. 2. Memorials of Holdenby, 
Lon., 1868, Svo. 3. Designs of Church Embroidery and 
Crewel Work from Old Examples, [with descriptive 
letter-press,] Lon., 1880. 

Hartshorne, Henry, M.D., [rente, vol. i., add.,] 
became professor of the practice of medicine at the 
University of Pennsylvania 18o9j profess-or of hygiene 
in the same institution 1866, and of organic science and, 
philosophy at Haverford College 1867. 1. Woman's 
Witchcraft; or, Th$ Curse of Coquetry. By Corinne 
L'Estrange, [pseud.] 1S54. 2. Memoranda Medicaj 
or, Note-Book of Medical Principles, Phila.^ I860, 12mo. 


3. A Monograph on Glycerin and its Uses, Phila., 1S65, 
12mo. 4. Summer Songs. By H. H. Illust. 1865. 
5. Cholera: its Nature, Prevention, and Treatment, 
Phila., 1866, ISino. 6. Essentials of the Principles and 
Practice of Medicine. Illust. Phila, 1869, r. 12mo,- 
5th ed., 1881. 7. Conspectus of the Medical Sciences. 
Illust. Phila., 1869, 12mo. 8. Family Adviser and 
Guide to the Medicine-Chest j rev. ed., Phila., 1S69, 
18mo. 9. Hand-Book of Human Anatomy and Physi- 
ology, Phila., 1869, 12mo. 10. Our Homes, ( u American 
Health Primers,") 1880, 16mo. 11. 1 981 : a Glance at the 
Twentieth Century, Phila., 1881, 24mo. 12. A House- 
hold Manual of Medicine, Surgery, Nursing, and Hy- 
giene, for Daily Use m the Preservation of Health and 
Care of the Sick and Injured: with an Introductory 
Outline of Anatomy and Physiology. Illust. Phila., 
1886, 8vo. 

Hartshorne, Oliver* Training for Life : a Novel, 
Lon M 1868, p. 8vo. 

Hartt, Charles Frederick, 1S40-1S78, b. at 
Fredericton, New Brunswick ; graduated at Acadia Col- 
lege, Wolfville, N,S., 1860; became a student at the 
Museum of Comparative Zoology in Cambridge, and was 
one of the geologists of the Thayer expedition to Biazil 
in 1865 ; was made professor of geology and physical 
geography at Cornell in 1868, and chief of the Geological 
Surveys of Brazil m 1875. 1. Geology and Physical 
Geography of Brazil, (Thayer Expedition.) Illust. and 
Map*. Bost, 1870, Svo. 

" The faculty of artistic perception or picturesque illus- 
tration is . . subordinated in the writer's mind to the 
habit of close observation and the dry record of fact " 
Sat Rev , xxx 602 

"Oui author takes up, one after another, the description 
of the several provinces to which his studies extended, 
and gives details of their geological character, . . . while 
in the case of the fossiliferous strata their organic remains 
are careiully noted. . . . While fully sustaining the dis- 
covery oi glacial drift in tropical Brazil, our author ex- 
cludes from it much ot the material which Prof. Agas&iz 
had referred to that period "Nation, xi. 370 

2. Contributions to the Geology and Physical Geogra- 
phy of the Lower Amazons, Buffalo, 1874. 3. Ama- 
zonian Tortoise Myths, Bio de Janeiro, 1875, Svo. 4. 
Notes on the Manufacture of Pottery among Savage 
Races, Rio de Janeiro, 1875, Svo. 

Hartt, Mrs. Irene Widdemar Le B. Another 
Man's Wife, N. York, 1877, I2mo. Anon. 

Hartt, Mabel F. Nettie Cruikshauks, N. York, 
1878, 32wo. 

Hart well 9 Mary. See GATHER WOOD, MARY H., 

Hartzel, J. C. (Ed.) Christian Educators in 
Council: Sixty Addresses by American Educators, N. 
York, 1884, 12mo. 

Hartzel 9 Jonas. 1. Divinity of Christ and the 
Duality of Man, Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1 874, 12mo. 2. Church 
Discipline, Oskaloosa, 1875, 12mo. 3. Baptismal Con. 
troversy: its Exceeding Sinfulness, Oskaloosa, 1876, 

Hartzel] 9 J. Hazard. Wanderings on Parnassus : 
Poems, N. York, 1884, 12rno. 

Harvard, Stephen P. Christian Baptism: its 
Moral and Religious Significance educed from the Ap- 
peals to it in the New Testament, Manchester, 1882, 

Harvey, Abraham. A Hand-Book to the Guild- 
hall and the Various Offices of the Corporation of 
London, Lon,, 1860, Svo; new ed., 1862. 

Harvey, Alexander, M.D. 1. Trees and their 
Nature j or, The Bud and its Attributes: in a Series of 
Letters to his Son, Lon., 1856, 12mo. (Written in sup- 
port of a theory that all plants are strictly annual, and 
** the only difference between the plants called annual 
and those called perennial is that the former produce 
seeds only for the propagation of their specie^ while 
the latter produce both seeds nnd buds/') 2. Testimony 
of Nature to the Identity between Bud and Seed, Lon., 

1857, 12rao. S. Four Letters to Sir J. Clark on Admin- 
istrative Reform in Relation to the Medical School, Lon., 

1858, Svo. 4. Man's Place unique in Nature, and his 
Pedigree Human not Simian. By a University Profes- 
sor. Edin., 1865, 8vo. 5. First Lines of Therapeutics, 
as based on the Modes and Processes of Healing as oc- 
curring Spontaneously in Diseae : in a, Series of Lec- 
tures, Lon,, 187$, 01% Svo. With DAVIDSON, AwsxAKDEft 
IHora, M.D., Syllabus of Matena Medtea, for the Use of 
Tenders and Students, Lon,* 1873, 12mo; 8th fld n 1887. 

Harvey , Mrs* Annie Jane, of Ick well-Bury. 1. 
V. 49 


Our Cruise in the tf Claymore '* with a Visit to Damas- 
cus and the Lebanon, Lon., 1861, 12mo. 

" Any one who, in this busy age, has a surplus of leisure 
on his hands, and no more serious reading to engage his 
attention, may pass a very pleasant hour in glancing 
through the pages of this unpretending little volume " 
Sat Rev , xii. 102 

L Turkish Harems and Circassian Homes, Lon., 1871, 
Svo. 3. Cositas EspanoUs; or, Every-Day Life in 
Spain, Lon., 1875,* Svo. 4. Memoir of Lady William Rus- 
sell. Privately printed at the Chiswiok Press. Lon., 1 876. 

1 It was m the August of 1874 that some brief obituaries 
in the daily papers told of the death of Lady William Rus- 
sell, . . The outside world never knew that one of the 
most remarkable women of our day bad gone to her labt 
rest . . Mrs Harvey has, in the little volume now before 
us, done something to recall that salon in which many 
happy hours have been spent." Ath , No 25S8. 

Harvey, Bennett. Outlines and Exposition of 
the Apocalypse, Lon., 1867, p. Svo. 

Harvey, Rev. Edmund George, 1828-1884, b. 
at Penzance, Cornwall, graduated at Queen's College, 
Cambridge, 1850; rector of Truro 1860-65, and from 
then vicar of Mull} on. 1. Our Cruise m the " Undine :" 
Journal of an English Pair-Oar Expedition through 
Prance, Prussia, &o. By the Captain. With Etchings 
by One of Ourselves. Lon., 1854, 8vo. Anon. 2. Mull- 
yon: its History, Scenery, and Antiquities. Map and 
Illust. Truro and Lon., 1875, 4to. 

"Written throughout with a spnghtliness and vivacity 
usually wanting in works of this imd." -Acad., ix. 854. 

Also, single sermons and addresses, musical compo- 
sitions, Ac. 

Harvey, Ellen Louisa. 1. The Legend of a 
Summer Day: a Northern Dream, [verse.] By E. L. 
H. Lon., 186L Privately printed. 2. Sursum Corda. 
By E. L. H. With a Preface by A. G-., Bishop of Ja- 
maica. Lon., 1862, Svo. 3. A Christmas Offering in Aid 
of the Industrial School, [verse.] By E. L. H. Rich- 
mond, 1864, Svo, Privately printed. 4. Songs of the 
Twilight, and other Ballads and Translations. By E. 
L. H. Richmond, 1866, Svo. Privately printed. 

Harvey, Fitz William. Recalled to Reason: a 
River-Side Story, Lon., 1886, 12mo. 

Harvey, Francis, of Verulam. Autobiography 
of Zethar, St. Phillokias, Cornu-Waille, England, Dur- 
ban. 1867, 2 parts, Svo. 

Harvey, Francis, 1. (Ed.) The Life of J. Sher- 
idan Knowles, Lon. f 1872, Svo. 2. Genealogical Tables 
of the Families of Sheridan, Lefanu, and Knowles, Lou., 
1875, 4to. Only 40 copies, privatelv printed. 

Harvey, Rev. Frederick Burn, graduated at 
Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 1854; ordained 1854; rector ot 
Cheddmgton, Buckinghamshire, since 1869; diocesan 
inspector of schools for the diocese of Oxford since 1875. 
1. Painted Windows: a Lecture, Lon., 1869, p. Svo. 2. 
Historical Sketch of the Office of the Rural Dean and 
Chapter, Lon v I87H, 8vo. B. Butler's Analogy: an 
Analysis attempted after the Manner of Euclid, Lon., 
1880, cr. 8vo. 

Harvey, G* Bianca* Respice Finem; or, Love 
in Exile: a Novel. Lon., 1886, 12mo. 

Harvey, Sir George, 1 805-1876, b. at St. Ninian's, 
Scotland; elected president of the Koyal Scottis-h 
Academy 1864 5 knighted in 1S67. Notes on the Early 
History of the Royal Scottish Academy, Lon., 1870, Svo. 

Harvey, Henry B* A Visit to the Camp of Bev- 
erloo, Lon., 1852, 12mo. 

Harvey, James. The Secret to Health. By a 
Phvsician. Lon., 1862, Svo. 

Harvey, James, vice : president of the Anti-Mo- 
nopoly Association in Liverpool. 1. Remunerative Price 
the Desideratum, not Cheapness, L<m., 1852, Svo. 2. 
Exchequer Notes ver*u* tbe Sovereign : the Great Want 
of the Country a State Paper Money, Lon., 1865, Svo; 
new ed., 1869. 3. U?ury the Scourge of Nations: 
Money Interest an Everlas-ting Tax levied by the An- 
nuitant Class on Labour, Lon., 1870, Svo; new ed., 
1874. 4. Interest of Money a Legalized Robbery, Ac. 
ByR.V. Liverpool, 1875, Svo. 5. (Ed.) Bishop Berke- 
ley's Querist on the Philosophy of Money, Lon,, 1876, 
8vo. 6. War Expenditure: Peel's Bill, Lon., 1877, Svo. 
7. Paper Money the Money of Civilization: an Issue 
by the State, and a Legal Tender in Payment of Taxes, 
Lon., 1877, Svo. 

Harvey, John, of Leeds. 1. The Golden Chain; 
or, Tbe Christian Graces Illustrated and Enforced, Lon., 
1855, 12mo. 2. aiimpses of Both Worlds, Lon., 185% 


Harvev, John, M.D. 1, The Signs and Minor 
Diseases of Pregnancy, Lon , 1863, Svo 2. The Pa- 
thology of Consumption, Scrofula, and Cancer, Lon , 
1864, Svo. 3. Corpulence: its Diminution and Cure, 
Lon , 1864, Svo 4. The Renewing of Life; or, The 
BIool and its Impurities, Lon., 1865, p. Svo. 5. A 
Letter on Flatulence and Indigestion, Lon., 1865, Svo. 

6. Restoration of Nervous Functions, Lon., 1865, Svo. 

7. How to Get Fat; 4th ed , hon., 1866, Svo. 8. Com- 
plexion the Barometer of Health : how to restore and 
preserve it. Lon.. 1863, Svo. 

Harvey, John, chairman of quarter sessions for 
the junty of Bedtoi d. The Engli&h Game Law& con- 
sidered and compare 1 with the Game Laws of other 
Countries: with Suggestions for their Improvement, 
Lon , 1872, Svo 

Harvey, Minnie L. Louisa Van Benthusen: a 
Novel, 1S82, 12iuo 

Harvey, Rev. Moses, F.R.G.S., b. 1820, near 
Armagh, Ireland, and educated at Belfast College ; en- 
tered the Presbyterian ministry, and was minister of a 
church in St John, Newfoundland, trora 1852 till 1878, 
when he gave up his charge to devote himself to scien- 
tific studies and to lecturing 1. Thoughts on the Poetry 
and Literature of the Biule, St. John, Newfoundland, 
1853. 2. The Testimony of Nineveh to the Veracity of 
the Bible, 1 854. 4. Lectures on the Harmony of Science 
and Revelation, Halifax, 1856. 4. Leotuies on Egypt 
and its Monuments as Illustrative of Scripture, St. John, 
Newfoundland, 1857. 5. Lectures, Literary and Bio- 
graphical, Edm., 1864, p Svo. 6. Across Newfoundland 
with the Governor, St. John, Newfoundland, 1878. 7. 
Text-Book of Newfoundland History, for the Use of 
Schools and Academies. Map and Blast. Bost., 1885, 
Svo. 8. Where are we, and whither tending ? Three 
Lectures on the Reality ami Worth of Human Progress, 
Lon., 1886, Svo. And see HATTOV, JOSEPH, htfta. 

Harvey, Peter, 1810-1877, b. at Barnet, Vt. ; was 
a merchant m Boston, and an intimate friend of Daniel 
Webster. Reminiscences and Anecdotes of Daniel 
Webster, Bost., 1877, Svo. 

*' From the intimate relations between Mr. Harvey and 
Mr. Webster, . . we anticipated finding in his iriend's 
recollections a valuable collection of anecdote and remi- 
niscence But it is only too e\ ident after reading a very 
few pages of the book that the author was not equal to his 
task. . . . The picture he gives of Mr. Webster is ... 
neither accurate nor characteristic." Natton, xxvi 81. 

Harvey, Philip, M.D. Footprints of Lifej or, 
Faith and Nature Reconciled, [verse,] N. York, 1868, 
16 mo. 

Harvey, Robert* The French Mind ; or, A Physi- 
ological Outline of the French Intellect and Character, 
Lon., 1870, Svo. 

Harvey, Robert, M.B. Report on the Medico- 
Legal Returns received from the Civil Surgeons in the 
Bengal Piesidenoy, 1370, 1871, 1872, Calcutta, 1876, 

Harvey, Thomas. Asiatic Cholera: Us Cause 
and Cure discovered and demonstrated, Lon., 1853, 

Harvey, Thomas, 1812-1884, b. at Barnsley, 
Yorkshire; educated at the Friends' School at Ack- 
worth \ became a chemist at Leeds ; was an active phi- 
lanthropist, and made two visits to Jamaica to inquire 
into the condition of the blacks. 1. The Hebrew Dis- 
pensation a Light to the Gentile World, n. d. 2. On the 
Book of Job its Place in the General Plan of Silva- 
tion, n. d. 3. The Polynesian Slave-Trade : its Character 
and Tendencies, Leeds, 1872, Svo. With BEEWIN, WIL- 
LIAM, Jamaica in 1866 : a Narrative of a Tour through 
the Island: with Remarks on its Social, Educational, 
and Industrial Condition, Lon., 1867, Svo, 

Harvey, Thomas Chapman* Official Reports 
of the Oat-Islands ef the Bahamas, Nassau, 1858, Svo. 

Harvey, Thomas Kingston, 1831-1872, b. at 
Penzance, Cornwall; became a barrister, and redded at 
Constantinople in an official capacity from 1863. The 
Tourist's Guide through Cornwall by Road, by River, 
and by Rail. IllasU Truro, 1861, I2mo, Also, several 
short pamphlets. 

Harvey* W. Six Lectures on Questions indicative 
of Character, Lon,, 1875, 12mo. 

Harvey, W. J. (Ed.) List of the Principal In- 
habitants of the City of London, 1640, Lon., 188-6, Svo. 

Harvey, Walter* China Painting: its Principles 
and Practice. Ilhpt. Lon^ 1882, p. Svo. 

Harvey, William, F.R.C.S. 1. On the Excision 


of the Enlarged Tonsil, and its Consequences in Cases of 
Deafness, Lon , 1850, Svo. 2. Rheumatism, Gout, and 
Neuralgia as affecting the Head and Ear, Lon., 1852, 
Svo. 3. The Ear m Health and Disease, Lon., 1854, 
Svoj 4th ed., rev., 1865. 4. On Rheumatism, Gout, 
and Neuralgic Headache, in Relation to Deafness, 
Noises in the Ear, <fcc., Lon, 1857, Svo; 4th ed., 1865. 
5. On Corpulence in Relation to Disease: with some Re- 
marks on Diet, Lon , 1872, Svo. 

Harvey, William. The Old Citv, and its High- 
ways and Byways. By Aleph, [pseud.] Lon., 1865. 

Harvey, William Frederick, M.A., b. 1853; 
educated at Hertford College, Oxfotd, called to the bar 
at the Inner Temple 1 881. A Brief Digest ot the Roman 
Law ot Contracts, Oxf , 1878, p. Svo. 

Harvey, William Henry, M.D., [ante, vol. i., 
add.,] 181 1-1866, b at Suuunerville, near Limerick; be- 
came a bota,mst, settled for a time at Cape Town, and at 
a later period visited America, India, and Australia; 
professor of natural history in the University of Dublin 
from 1856. A memoir of him, with selections from his 
correspondence, was published in London, 1869, Svo. 1. 
Atlas ot British Sea- Weeds, Lon., 1857, 4to. 2. Phycolo- 
gia Austrahca; or, A History of Australian Sea Weeds: 
containing Coloured Figures, Generic and Specific Char- 
acters, Syuonymes, and Descriptions of the More Charac- 
teristic Algae of New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, 
Ac., Lon , 1868-63, 5 vols. Svo. 3. Thesauius Capensifc ; 
or, Illustration of South African Flora, 1859-63, 2 vols. 
Svo. 4. Index Generum Algarum; or, A Systematic 
Catalogue of the Genera of Algae, Marine and Fresh- 
Water, Lon., 1861, Svo. 5. Charles and Josiah ; or, 
Friendly Conversations between a Churchman and a 
Quaker, Lon., 1862, Svo, Anon. With BONDER, OTTO 
WILHELM, Flora Capensis : being a Scientific Description 
of the Plants of the Cape Colony, Caffraria, and Poit 
Natal, Dublin, 1859-65, 3 vols. Svo. 

Harvey, William Marsh* The History and An- 
tiquities of the Hundred of Willey m the County of 
Bedford, Lon., 1872-78, 4to. 

Harvey, Rev. William Wigan, M.A., B.D., 
F.S.A., 1810-1883, b. at Great Stanmore, Middlesex; 
graduated at King's College, Cambridge, 1833; ordained 
1833; became a Fellow and divinity lecturer of his col- 
lege; rector of Burkeland, Hertfordshire, 1844-72, and 
of Eweline, Oxfordshiie, 1872-83. 1. Ecolesias Angli- 
canse Vmdex Cathohcus, Lon., 1841, 3 vols. Svo. 2. 
Prsslectio Academica in Prov. vm. 22, Oxf., 1848. 8. 
Sermons for Young Men on the Grace of Chi ist : preached 
before the University of Cambridge, Cambridge, 185H, 
Svo. 4. The History and Theology of the Three Creeds, 
Lon., 1854, 2 vols. p. Svo. 5. (Ed.) Sancti Iiensei Libros 
qumque adversus Hsereses, Lon., 1857, Svo. 6. Sermons 
upon the Principal Doeti ines and Evidences of the Chris- 
tian Religion, Cambridge, 1859, 12mo. 7. The Assess- 
ment of Tithe- Kent Charges, Lon., 1863, Svo. 8. (Trans.) 
Royston Winter Recreations in the Days of Queen Anne, 
by Thomas Wright, M.A , Royston, 1873, Svo. 

Harvie- Brown. See BROWN. 

Harwood, Kear-Admiral Andrew Allen, 
U.S.N., 1802-1884, b. at Settle, Bucks Co., Pa. ; com- 
mandant of the navy-yard at Washington, and of the 
Potomac flotilla 1862-64. The Law and Practice of 
United States Nival Courts-Martial, N. York, 1867, Svo. 

Harwood, Annie* See HOLMDEN, MRS. ANNIE 
HAB WOOD, infra. 

Harwood, Edwin, and Wildes, George D. 
In Memory ofc W. A. Muhknberg, D.D., LL.D., N. York, 
1877, Svo. 

Harwood, Gabriel H. The Lily and the Rose : 
a Tale of the Untruth of a True Heait, Lon., 1870, S vols. 
p. Svo. 

Harwood, George, M.A., b. 1845, at Bolton; a 
Lancashire manufacturer j " born and bred a Dissenter ; w 
" spent such spare time as the successful management of 
a large business left at his comnumd in hard study;'" grad- 
uated with distinction at the University of London ; was 
called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn, and afterwards or* 
darned deacon of the Established Church; head of the 
firm of Richard Harwood & Son, cotton-spinners, Bol- 
ton. 1. Disestablishment ; or, A Defence of the Princi- 
ple of a National Church, Lon., 1876, p. Svo. 

"The main object of the book ... is to defend the na- 
tional principle. ... We know of no recent work so likely 
to provoke both Churchmen and Dissenters to reconsider 
the ordinary, ready-made opinions which pass muster on 
both sides of this great controversy." Spectator, xlix. 865. 

2. The Coming Demwsrucy, Lon., 1882, p. Svo. 


"He accepts democracy as partly present with us ana 
still more as coming upon 115, and proceeds in a comforta- 
ble make-the best oi-it mood to inquire what it will do 
His volume divides iteelf znto three books, 'The Democ- 
racy and Foreign Politics,' The Democrat^ and Home 
Politics, (further partitioned into ' constitutional' and so- 
cial,') and I he Democracy and Behgion " Sat Rev ,liv 

J From Within, Lon , 1887, p Svo 

"The subject is, more than an exposition of philo- 
sophical idealism It i& ideahbm considered as an evi- 
dence of re\ elation It is dealt with by Mr Harwood 
in a peculiarly fresh and vivid manner " Acad , xxxiv 

Harwood, Isabella, ("Ross Neil," pseud,) d 
1S8S, daughter of Philip Harwood, editor of the Lon- 
don Saturday Reuew 18o8~83, She published dramas 
under the above pseudonyms, two of which, Inez, the 
Bnde of Portugal, nnd Elfinella, weie played at London 
theatres Her no\ els were published an onyiucmaly 1. 
Abbot's Cleve a Novel, Lon , 1864, Svo 2 Carleton 
Orange a Novel By the Author of "Abbot's Cleve " 
Lon, IbGft, 3 vols Svo 3 Raymond's Heroine, Lon, 
1867, p Svo 4 Kathleen, Lon, 1869, Svo b The 
Heir Expectant Lon , 1870, p Svo 6 Lady Jane Grey, 
Inez , or, The Bride of Portugal, Lon 1S71, p, 8\o 

" If the choice of really dramatic subject matter, and a 
treatment as feound and delicate as it is completely free 
from affectation are worth appreciation these ira o plays 
de&erve a sincere Welcome '1 heir literary place is in the 
class to whi< h the dramas, of Sir Henry Taylor belong 
Both are <-o wi itten as, to illustrate history, and to intensify 
with excellent effect the light that falls* on a catastrophe 
or a period "Mi Hev , xxxu 7S^ 

7 Plays The Cid, r lhe Kmg and the Angel, Duke 
for a Day , or The Toilor of Brussels, Lan , lS74 t p Svo 

"Marked by the same qualities of vigorous simplicity 
and artistic nnish which distinguished Mr Ross. Neil's 
earlier efforts "Sat J2ev,xxxvji o9o 

B Nvw Plays Elfinella,* and Lord and Lad? Russell, 
Lon, 1876, cr 8vo 9 AribelU Stimzt, The Heir of 
Lmne, Tasso Piays, Lon, 1879, p 8\o. 10 Andrea 
the Painter, Claudia's Choice, Orestes, Pzindoia Plays, 
Lon , 1SS3, p Svo 

Harwood, J. A* Rinks and Rollers a Guide to 
the Skating-Rink, Lon , IS7b, fp Svo 

Harwood, John Berwick* 1 Poems, Lon, 
1849, 12rno 2 The Bridal and the Bnde, 01, Our 
Honeymoon-Trip in the East in ISoO, Lon, 1851, 8\o 
Anon 3 Stamboul and the Sea of Gems, Lon, 1852, 
I2mo Anon 4, Falconbeck Hall a Novel, Lon, 
3354, 3 \o\s p Svo 5. The Seif Sisters, or, Russia 
of To-Day, Lon , IS55, p Svo, new ed, 1861. 6. Lord 
Lynn's Wife, Lon., 1864, 2 vols. p Svo Anon New 
ed , 1867, 12mo. 7. Lady Flavia, Lon, 1865, <J vols p 
Svo 8 Odd Neighbours, 1865, 3 vols p. 8vo. Anon 

9 Plain John Orpington, 1866, 3 vols p Svo* Anon 

10 Lord Ills water a Novel, 1867, 3 vols. p. Svo 11. 
Miss Jane, the Bishop's Daughter, Lon , 1867, 3 vols p 
Svo 12 Sir Peiegnne's Heir, Lon , 1875, 3 vols p 8vo 
13 Helena Lady Harrogate a Tale, Lon , 1878, $ vols 
cr Svo 14 Paul Knox, Pitman, Lon , 1878, 3 vols cr 
Svo 15 The Tenth Earl, Lon , 1880, 3 vols p. Svo 
lf> Young Lord Penrith, Lon , 1880,3 vols cr Svo 17. 
The Merchant Prince being the Fortunes of Bertram 
0*kley, Lon , 1882, 1 vols cr Svo 18 One False, Both 
Fitir, or, A Hard Knot, Lon , 1883 3 vols. cr. Svo 39 
Ralph Raeburn, and other Tales, Lon , 1S84, 3 vols p 
Svo 20. Sir Robert Shirley, Bart., Lon., 1885, 3 vols 
cr Svo 

Hasbrouck, J* The Insurance Laws of Califor- 
nia embracing All the Statute?, Repealed and Unre- 
peated, San Fran , 1872, Svo 

Haselden, Adolphus Frederick, Notes on the 
British Pharmacopoeia showing the Additions in the 
Various Compound PreparAtions, <fce,, Lon , 1S64, 12mo 

Has eld me, G, A. Mow to Win an Election; a 
Manual written fur the Use of Candidates, 2d ed., Lon,, 
1885, Svo, 

Has el foot, Frederick Kneller Has el foot, 
M A,, b 1#2S educated at Unuemty College, Oxford 
called to the bar at the Inner temple 1S55 , assumed the 
name of HaseJfoot in lieu of bis patronymic, Cock. 
( Trans } Dante's Divine Coined?, in Terza Rima, Bng- 
li<h Line for ^me, LHK, 1887, Svo. 

Haseit, Elizabeth Julia* mO~m7, daughter 
of E W HaseiU ot DalemaiR, Uik water, Eng* , was an 
accorophsheU echoJar, versed in the literature of Spam, 
Portugal, a,nd Italy f ftn4 contributed to Black wood s 
nam^ end tfie Lpndon Athene urn 1. The Rook, 
other Short" Lectures on Passages of Holy 


ture, Lon , 1867, 12mo 2 Short Family Prayers, Lon , 
187i>, Ihmo, new ed , 1884. 3. Cdlderon, (de la Barca,) 
( u i*oieign Classics for English Readers/') Lon , 18T9, 
12mo. 4 Tas.^o, { *' Foieign Classics for English Readers/') 
Lon , 1882, 16uio 5 Bible Partings, Edin , 1883, p 

Haselwood, Cecil. Bead Lilies a Novel Ed- 
ited by Mrs H Kmgsley Lon , 1879, 2 vols cr Svo 

Hasen, Syed J. First and Second Hindustani 
Reider, Lon , 187 -J, 2 vols, 12mo 

Ha se rick, E* C. becrets of the Art of Dyeing-, 
, Cambridge, Mass 1869, Svo. 

Haskelt, B. D* Tekel . an. Examination and Ref- 
ntition of the Material istio or Dead-Sleeping Theology, 
Haverhill, Mass f 1875, 16uio 

Haskeil, JUrs. E, F. The Housekeeper's Encyclo- 
pedia of Useful Information, N ^tork, 1SW), 12mo. 

Haskell, Thomas Hawes. 1. Reports on the 
Judgments of Eon Edward Fax, United States [District 
Judge for Maine District, Firt Circuit vol i , Portland, 
1887, Svo 2 Jtfew Gloucester Centennial Historical 
Address, Remarks, Record of the Falinouth Convention, 
1TT4, <fcc , Portland, Me Svo. 

Ha Skins, C. H* The Galvanometer and its Uses : 
a Manual for Electricians and Students Illust N. 
York, 1ST*, IBrn-o. 

Hawkins, Rev. David Greene. 1 (Ed.) Selec- 
tions from the fccriptuies, 1861, 12mo 2 What is Con- 
arniation, or the Laj ing-On of Hands ? K York, I6mo 
3 A Brief Account of the Unuersity of the South, N 
York, 1877, 12mo 4. Ralph Waldo Emerson bis Ma- 
ternal Ancestors with some Reminiscences of Him, N. 
York, 1887, Svo 

Haskms, Edmund Henry. The Problem 
Solved, or, A Practical fecbeme of Decimal Coinage for 
the People, Lon 185S, Svo 

Has-Lins, George FoxcrofU Travels in Eng- 
land, France, Italy, nd Ireland, Boat , 1856, 32mo 

HaskoII, W. Davis. I. Methods of Railway 
Construction Itlust Lon, 1857, 2 vols imp Svoj 
Second Series, IS5S, 2 vols. 2. Tao Practice of Engi- 
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and Hydraulic Sur\ eying and Levelling Illust. ton., 
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Setting Out Railway Works, Lon , 1860, p bvo, 2d ed, 
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fol , new ed, 18<>7. 7, Land and Marine Surveying, in 
Reference t<> the Preparation of Plans for Beads and RaiU 
c , Lon , 3S6, Svo , 2d ed , Lon , 1SS6. 

Has lam, John, The Paper Currency of England 

'-'passianaiely considered, Lon., 1856, 8vo. 

Haslarn, Samuel Holker, and Edwards, 
Joseph. Conic Sections treated Geometrically, Lon , 

1881, p Sro 

Haslam, Mrs. T. J. The Woman's Advocate. 
By T. J, H Dublin, 1874 

Haslam 9 He v* William ? M.A , [nnfe, voL i , add } ] 
graduated at Uni verity College, Durham, 1842, ordained 
1842, mission p nest of the Church Parochial Missions 
Society since WS 1 The Threefold Gift of God, or, 
Jesus Christ the Object of Faith, Hope, and Love, Lon,, 
1878, p. Svo, newed,lS86 2 Personal Experience, 
being Lectures tm Bunyan's a Pilgrim's Progress," Lon., 
1877, ISmo ft A Peisonal Christ, Lon, 1878, Svo 4, 
Building from the Top, and other Readings, Lon., 1878^ 
p* Svo 5 From Death into Life , or. Twenty Years 
of my Ministry, Lon , 1880, p. Svo, new ed., 1883. 6 
" Yet not I ," or, More Years of my Ministry, Lon , 

1882, cr 8vo, new ed, 1S3. 7, "Full Salvation" as 
ueen in Bunyan's ** Pilgrim's Progress," Lon., 1 883, p Svo. 
S The Lord is Coming; a Plain Narrative of Prophetic 
Events in their Order, Lon., 1885, cr. Svo. 0. Gleanings 
from the Harvest, [a takr,] Lon,, 1SS7, p. Svo. 

Has I e ti) 9 John, 1808-1884-., b. at Carrington, near 
Manchester, became a painter on ehma. and enamel. 
The Old Derby China Factory . the Workmen and their 
Productions, Lon , 1870, Svo. 

"Those who want Information on the subject mil find 
it in this book " Sqt JBew f xli 408 

Haslett, Charles. The Mechanics', Machinists', 
and Engineers' Practical Book of Reference, If. York, 
18&6, 12mo, newed.,1864 


Ha si e wood, Frances C. Poetry and Fragments 
of Correspondence, Lon , 1878, Svo, 

Haslewood, Rev. Francis, F S A , graduated at 
King's College, London, 1863 , ordtimed 1863 , rector 
of St Matthew's, Ipswich, Suffolk, since 1S7 1 ) 1 The 
Antiquities of Smarden, Kent, Lon , 1866, 4to 2 The 
Monumental Inscriptions m the Parish Church of St 
Matthew, Ipswich, Ip&wich, 1884, Svo Privately 
printed 3 Memorials of Smarden, Kent, Ipswich, 
J^Sfi, 4to Privately prmted 4 Chislft, Kent its 
Monuments, Vicars, and Parish Officers, 1887, 8vo Also, 
some genealogical pamphlets 

Haslop, Alice. Nellie's Visit to Brook House, 
Lon , 1874, 12mo 

Haslope ? L L Kepousse* Work for Amateurs 
Illusf Lon , 1886, Svo 

Hasluck, Paul N* 1 Larhe-Work a Practical 
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Illust Lon, 1881, p Svo, 3d ed, 1855 2 TheMetJil- 
Turner's Hand-Book IHust Lon , 1882, 8\o, 2d ed , 
1887 3. Pattern- Maker's Handy Book, for Founders 
Illust Lon, 1887, p. Svo 4 Watch-Jobber's Hindy 
Book, Lon , 1S87, p. Svo. 5 Wood-Turner's ^andy 
Book, Tools, Appliances, &c, Lon, 18s7, p Svo 6 
Sciew-Threads, and Methods of producing them, Lon, 
1SS7 , 2d ed , 18S8, 64mo 7 Mechanic's Workshop 
Handy Book, Lon., 188S, p Svo 

Hasluck, Samuel L. Elocution , a Text-Book 
of Definitions, Rules, &Q , Lon , 1886, 12mo. 

HassalJ, Arthur* Life of Viscount Bohngbroke, 
("Statesmen" Ser ,) Lon , 1888, p Svo. 

Hassall, Arthur Hill, M D , [ante, vol. i , add ,] 
founder of, and consulting physician to, the Royal 
National Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the 
Chest, Ventuor 1. Adulterations Detected , or, Plain In- 
structions for the Discovery of Frauds in Food and Med- 
icine, Lon, 1857, 8vo, 2d ed., 1861 2. The Urine in 
Health and Disease, Lon , 1859, Svo, 2d ed , 1862 3 
Food its Adulterations, and the Methods tor their De- 
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the one mentioned ante, vol 4 i*) 4 San Remo and the 
Western Riviera Climatically and Medically considered. 
Illnst Lon , 1879, cr. Svo, new ed., 1883. 5 The In- 
halation Treatment of Diseases of the Organs of Respira- 
tion, including Consumption, iLon , 1885, Svo 

Hassall Richard. Cholera its Nature and 
Treatment, Lon , 1854, 870 

Hassall, W. J, English History Dates upon a 
New Plan, from B C.450 to A> 1861, Lon , 1878, 12mo, 
new ed to 1882, 1883 

Hassam, A* Arabic Self-Taught Dragoman for 
Travellers in Egypt, LOB , 1883, t2mo. 

Hassan, A. B. Contributions to the Rhymes of 
the War By A B. H Bait , 1865. 

Hassard, Annie. Floral Decorations for the 
Dvrelhng-House : Guide to IJome Arrangement of Plants 
and Plowers with Illustrations, Lon , 1875, 12mOj Amer 

Hassard, Francis Charles. My Pirst Rm- 

By F. H D Poems, Dublin, 1871, 12mo 

Hassard, John Rose Greene, 1836-1888, b. in 
New York City, graduated at St, John's College, JTord- 
ham, N.Y,m 1855, was editor of the New American 
Cyclopaedia 1857-63, and of the Catholic World in 1865, 
and in 1866 became connected with the New York Tribun e, 
first as editorial writer, afterwards as musical and literary 
ontic 1. Life of Most Rev John Hughes, D I) , Firt 
Archbishop of New York * with Extracts from his Pri- 
vate Correspondence, N, York, 1866, Svo 2 The Kin ^ 
of tbe Nibelung, 1877. 3 A History of the United 
States of America, for Schools, N York, 1878, 12rao, 
8th ed , abridged, 1887. 4. Life of Pope Pius IX . N 
York, 18t8, 12mo 5. A Pickwickian Pilgrimage, Bost , 
1881, 24m o 

Hassard, Rev, Richard Samuel, M A , gradu- 
ated at Queen f s College, Oxford, 1869, ordained 1861, 
vicar of Holy Trinity, Dalston, diocese of London, since 
1879, The Illustrated Manual of Holy Communion, for 
English Churchmen, Lon , 1884, 12mo, 

Hassaurek, Friednch, 1832-1885, h in Vienna 
removed to the United Stages m 1848 ; was U S minister 
to Ecuador from 1861 to 1865, when he became editor of 
the CmeinnaAi Volksbtott. 1 Four Years amonir Span* 
ifih-Araericana, N. York, 1867, l&mo , 3d ed , 1881 

*V A journey from the sea-coast to the Interior, a sojourn 
at Quito, and a principal excnwt&n into Northern Ecuador, 
such is the frame upon which thip agreeable, almost 


charming, and altogether instructive book is built There 
is scarcely any point as to which the average or the culti- 
vated reader might desire to be informed that the author 
has omitted in these graphic pages The author is not 
only cognizant of his subject, but has it well in hand, 
knows especially what to select and what to reject, and 
vvithal is a capable observer and a trustworthy narrator " 
Nation, v 477 

2 The Secret of the Andes a South American Ro- 
mance, Cm , 1879, 12mo 

Has s el I ? Joseph. 1 The Duties of a Chiistian 
Teacher m Connection with the Spread of the Gospel, 
Lon , 1862, Svo 2 From Pole to Pole a Hand-Book 
of Christian Mission , Lon t 1868, 12mo, new cd , 1872 
A The Elements of the Chiistian Faith j or, Rum, Re- 
demption, Regeneration, and Revelation Logically Stated, 
Lon , 1874, Svo 4 Common Things and Elementary 
Science in the Form of Object- Lessons, Lon t 1SS3, p 
S\o 5 Zoologioil Photographs Short Chapters on 
Natural History, Lon , 3884 p Svo 6 Scnptme Biog- 
raphy and its Teachings, Lon , 1885, p Svo 7 What 
And How a Guide to S*uccehsful Dial Teaching, Lon , 
I8S7, Sto 8 ?lay m Work and Work in Play Kin- 
dergarten Occupations, Lon , 1888, cr Svo 

Hasted 9 Rev. Henry. Sermons for Lent and 
Easter, also Ascension Bay and the Ihiee Following 
Sundays, Lon , 1852, Svo 

Hastie, Rev. W. 1 Hindu Idolatry and English 
Enlightenment SIT Letters addressed to Educated Hin- 
dus, containing a Practical Discussion of Hinduism, Cal- 
cutta, 1882, 8ro 2 (Trans ) The Philosophy ot Art nn 
Introduction to the Scientific Study of JSsthetics, by 
Hegel and C L Michelet, Edin , 1886, Svo 3. (Trans ) 
Kant's Philosophy of Law, Ethn , 1887, Svo 

44 Mr Hastie has done his work in a very satisfactory 
manner " Acad , xxxin 41 

4 (Trans and ed ) Outlines of the Science of Juris- 
prudence, from the Juristic EM cyclopaedias of Puchttt, 
Fnedlander, Falck, and Ahrezis, Edin , 1887, Svo 5 
(Trans ) History of the Chiistian Philosophy of Re- 
ligion, from the Reformation to Kant, by B Puryer 
with a Preface by Robert Flint, B D. voK i , Edin , 

Hastings, Anna* The Russel Family Illust. 
N. York, 1856, 18mo 

Has tings, David R. Maine Supreme Judicial 
Court Reports, vola Ixix , Ixx,, (1879-80,) Portland, 
1880,2\ols Svo. 

Hastings, Frederick. I Sundays spent about 
the World, Bristol 1875, p Svo 2 Clericalism, Illus- 
trated from the Life of HafFmngue, the Oagmator of 
Railway Pilgrimages, Lon, 1878, 12mo 8 (Trims) 
The Gospel in Pans Sernions* tiom the French of Eu 
gne Bersier* with Personal Sketch of the Author, Lon , 
1883, Svo 4 Obscure Characters nnd Minor Lights ot 
Scripture, Lon 1883, p Svo 6 (Ed ) The Atonement 
a Clerical Symposium on "What is the Scripture Doo- 
tnne of the Atonement?" Lon, 1888, Svo 6 (Ed) 
Inspiration a Clerical Symposium, Lon , 1884, 7 The 
Background of Sacred Story Life-Lessons fiom Lets- 
Known diameters of the Bible, Lon , 1886, or Svo 8 
(Ed ) Pnpers on Preaching, Lon , Ib87, p Svo 9 Back 
Streets and London Slums Illust Lon , 1888, oi.Svo 

Hastings, George Woodyalt, LLB,b 1825, 
called to the bar at the Middle Temple I860, geueral 
secretary to the National Association for the Promotion 
of Social Science 1857-68, and chairman of the council 
1868-8* History of the Social Science Association, 
new ed., Oxf , ISfiS, Svo 

Hastings , Harriet B. Pebbles from the Path 
of a Pilgrim an Account of Special Providences. Ac., 
Lon, 1881, 12mo 

Hastings, Horace Lorenzo, l Signs of the 
Times, or, A Glance at Christendom as it as, Host, 
1852. 2 The Great Controversy between God and Man 
its Origin, Progress, and End, Bost , 1858. 3, Reasons 
for my Hope, or. The Tokens ot Speedy Bedernption, 
Bost, 1860 4 Thesalomca, or, Th* Model Church' 

Sketch of Primitive Christianity, Bast, 1861 5. 
Social Hymns, Original and Selected, Bost , 1865 6. 
Ebenezers, or, Records of Prevailing Prayer, Bost, 
1881, 12mo 7 (Ed) The Guiding Hand , or, Provi- 
dential Direction, Boat, 1881, I2mo. 8. Readings for 
Leisure Moments a Series of Bnef and Pointed Papers, 
Boat , 1882, J2mo. 9. Two Hundred Gathered Gems of 
Song and Story. Illust Bost , 1882, 24m o. 10 Fire- 
"<k Readmga for Happy Homes, Bost, 1SS2, 12mo 
11 The Babe of Bethlehem a Children's Rhyme of the 


Olden Time, Lon., 1882, Svo. 12. Tales of Trust* em- 
biaoing Authentic Accounts of Piovidential Guidance, 
Lon., 1882, Svo. 13. Friendly Hints to Candid Inquireis 
who disbelieve the Bible, Bo&t., 1883, 16ino. 14. In- 
fidel Testimony concerning the Truth of the Bible, 
1883, IfJino. 15. Atheism and Arithmetic, Bost., 1883, 
Svo. 16. Corruptions of the New Testament, Bost., 1884, 
16rno. 17. Songs of Pilgrimage* a Hymnal for the 
Churches of Christ, Bo^t, 188(3, 12mo. 

Hastings, Hugh, M.D. 1. Memoir of the Life 
and Labours of the Rev. J. Wilson, Lon., 1850, 16ino. 
2. A Dialogue on the Theory and Practice of Medicine 
between an Allopath and a Homoeopath, Lon., 1854, Svo j 
3d ed., 1859. 3 Medicma Mentis; or, Spiritualism, 
commonly called Animal Magnetism, or Mesmerism, 
considered as a Curative Agent, Lon., 1855, 12mo. 4. 
Scarlatina and Diphtheria: their Treatment and Pre- 
vention, Cheltenham, 1859, 12mo. 5. Hades ' its Physi- 
ological, Ps-ychological, and Theological Aspects, Lon., 
1872, 12mo 6. A Biographical Retrospect of Allopathy 
and Homoeopathy during the Last Thirty Years, Lon., 
1879, p. Svo; 2d ed., 1883. 

Hastings, Hugh J,, 1820-1S83, b. in Ireland; 
removed to the United States in 1831; a journalist in 
Albany and New York. Ancient American Politics. 
Edited and revised by his Nephew, Hugh Hastings. 
N.York, 1886. 5 

Hastings, James, 1. Hartley Hall: a Novel, 
Lon., 1858, p. Svo. 2. A Collection of upwards of 
Eleven Hundred Proverbs, Wise Saws, and Pithy Say- 
ings, Manchester, 1865, 16mo. 

Hastings, John, M.D., USN. 1. Lectures on 
Yellow Fever, Phila., 1848, 12mo. 2. Minor Surgery, 
Dressings, Ac, Phila., 1858, 12mo. 

Hastings, John, M.D., [ante, vol. L, add,,] 1805- 
1875. An Inquiry into the Medicinal Value of the 
Excreta of Reptiles in Phthisis, Ac.. Lon., 1862, p. Svo. 

Hastings, John K. 1. How the Baby was Saved, 
Lon , 1882, p. Svo. 2. The Ugly Giant, Lon., 1882, p. Svo. 

Hastings, Lewis M. Minnesota Citations: a 
Manual of Cases, <fcc., St Paul, 1887, Svo. 

Hastings, Sybil. Harvestings : Sketches in Prose 
and Veise, Bost., 1855, 12ino. 

Hastings, Sydney, b. 1841 ; educated at St. John's 
College, Oxford , called to the bar at the Inner Temple 
1864. 1. A Treatise on the Law of Torts and the Legal 
Remedies for their Redress, Lon., 1885, Svo. 2. Riots : 
a Concise Statement of the Common and Statute Law 
relating thereto, Lon., 1S86, 12mo. 3. A Short Treatise 
on the Law of Fraud and Misrepresentation, Lon., 1888, 

Hastings, Thomas S. Memoirs of Lottie. Illust. 
N. York, Ib63, ISrao. 

Hastings, Truman. Law for the Masses: for 
E\ ery-D<iy Use, Cleveland, 0., 187T, 12uio. 

Has well, George C. On the Silurian Formation 
in the Pentland Hills. Illust. Edin., 1865, Svo. 

Haswell, J, B. The Social Sovereign, S. York, 
1S83, 4to 

Haswell, Rev. James M., D.D., 1S1Q-IS76, b. 
at Beimm^ton, Vt , was a Baptist missionary in Burtnah 
from 1830. Grammatical Notes and Vocabulary of the 
Pe#uan Language, Rangoon, 1S74, Svo. 

Ha&well, James M. The Man of his Time : Part 
I., The Story of the Life of Napoleon III. ; Part II., 
The same Story as told by Popular Caricaturists, Lon , 
1871, Svo; new ed., 1873. 

Hanwelt, Thomas* Suggestive Thoughts,* or, 
Outlines oi Sermons, Lon., 1858, 12 mo. 

Haswell, William A. Catalogue of the Austra- 
lian iStilk- and Se&sile-Kyed Crustacea, (Australian Mu- 
seum Pub.,) Sydney, 1882, Svo. 

Haszard, H* Prince Edward Island : a Succinct 
Account of its Resources and Prospects, Lon.. 1862, 12mo. 

Hatch, Benjamin F., M.D. The Constitution of 
Man, Physically, Morally, and Spiritually considered; 
or, The Chilian Philosopher, N. York, 1866, 8vo. 

Hatch, Rev. Edwin, M.A., D.D., 1835-1889, b. 
at Derby, Eng ; graduated at Pembroke College* Oxford, 
1857 j vice-principal of St. Mary's Hall, Oxford, 1867- 
85; Grinfield Lecturer on the Septuagint 1882-84; rector 
of Purleigh, diocese of St. AlbanV, from 1883. 1. The 
Student's Hand-Book to the University and Colleges of 
Oxford, Lon., 187S, p. fcvoj 7th ed., 1885. 2. The Or- 
ganization of Early Christian Churches, (Bampton Lec- 
tures, 1880,) Lon., 1881, Svo; 3d ed,, 1888. 3. Progress 
in theology i, >m Adcteess, I*oa., 1885, 12w>. 4 An 


Introductory Lecture on the Study of Ecclesiastical 
History, Lon , 1885, Svo. 5. The Growth of Church 
Institutions, Lon., 1887, Svo 

"It is only a summary, and the scholarship and erudi- 
tion which have gone to its making will probably be un- 
noticed by general readers , but all musst be struck by the 
power it exhibits of perceiving the significance of facts, 
and of connecting and grouping them so that they become 
intelligible "Acad., xxxii. 179. 

6. Studies in Biblical Greek, Oxf., 1SS9. Also, sin- 
gle set mons, <fcc. 

Hatch, Rev. Henry John, M.A., graduated at 
Magdalene College, Cambridge, 1S4S; ordained 184S; 
rector of Little Stainbridge since 1867. John Mildred, 
Lon, I860. 

Hatch, Rev. Reuben. Bible Servitude Ke-Ex- 
aumied. with Special Reference to Pro-Slavery Inter- 
pretations and Infidel Objections, Cin., 1862. 12mo. 

Hatch, Susan L. (Ed.) Bible Readings, Bost., 
1886, 16tuo. 

Hatch, W, Mrs, Ball, Foundress of the Institute 
of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Lon., 1S79, Svo. 

Hatch, Rev. Walter Mooney, M.A., 1843-1879; 
graduated at New College, Oxford, 1S66 ; Fellow 1867- 
77 ; head warden of St. Paul's College. Stony Stratford, 
1870-75, and from then rector of Birchanger. 1. Early 
Counsels. Sermons preached at Stony Stratford, Lon., 
1S75, 8vo. 2. The Moral Philosophy of Aristotle: con- 
sisting of a Translation of the Nicoinachean Ethics and 
of the Paraphrase attributed to Andronicus of Rhodes : 
with an Intioductory Analysis of Each Book* By the 
Late Waiter M. Hatch, M.A. Completed after his Death 
by Others. Lon., 1SSO, Svo. 

Hatch, William E. Traditions of Eve's Apple; 
or, A Logic Dogmata of the Lost and Unlost, Gravesend, 
1S77, 16mo. 

Hatch, William Stanley* A Chapter of the 
History of the War ot 1812 in the Northwest, Cm., 1872, 

Hatchard, Fanny Vincent Steele, d. 1880; 
daughter of Rt. Rev. M. S Alexander, Bishop of Jeru- 
salem ; married, 1S46, to Rev. T. G-. Hatchard, infra. 1. 
Eight Years' Experience of Mothers' Meetings, Lon., 
1871, 12nio. 2, Prayers for Little Children, Lon., 1872, 
?q. 16ino. 3. Mothers' Meetings, and how to organize 
them, Lon., 1875, 16mo. 4. Mothers of Scripture, for 
Mothers' Meetings: Second Series, Lon., 1875, 16rno. 5. 
Prayers for Mothers' Meetings, Lon , 1878, 12ino. 6, 
Thoughts on the Lord's Prayer, for Mothers' Meetings, 
Lon., 1878, 12mo. 

Hatchard, Louisa. Tales of Old Times in Eng- 
land, for the Young. Bath, 1860, ip, Svo. 

Hatchard, Kt* Kev. Thomas Goodwin, 
D.D., [mite, vol. i., add.,] b. in London ; graduated at 
Brasenose College, Oxford, 1841 ; rector of St, Nicholas, 
Guildford, 1856-69, and from then Bishop of Mauritius. 
The Floweret Gathered: a Brief Memoir of Adelaide 
Hatchard. By her Father. Lon., 1858, 16ino; new 
ed , enl., 1870. 

Hatcher, Rev* William E., D.D., b. 1835, in Bed- 
ford Co., Va. j pastor ot Giace Street Church, (Baptist,) 
Richmond, Va.> 1875. Life of J. B. Jeter, D.B., Bait., 
18S7, 12mo, With HATCHER, MRS. WILLIAM E. Sketch 
of the Life and Writings of A. B. Brown, I>.D., Professor 
of English in Richmond College, Va., Bait.. 1886, Svo. 

Hale, Gossionath Sadashivji, Dew an (chief 
minister) to the ttate of Palitana, Kathiawar ; a pleader 
in tbe Bombay High Comt The Regeneration of In- 
dia, Bombay, 1883. 

** Without crossing the dark water, he has become a pro- 
ficient in English, . . . There is more subject for thought 
and congratulation in hi& eighty pages than in many other 
bulky and more portentous publications " Sat. JKeu., Ivii. 

Hatfield, Rev* Edwin Francis, D.D., 1807- 
1878, To. in Eli2abethtowH, N.J.; graduated at Middle- 
bury College in 1829, and studied theology at Andoverj 
has been p.iptor of Presbyterian churches in St. Louis, 
Mo., and in New York City. I. (Ed.) Freedom's Lyre; 
or, Psalms, Hymns, and Sacred Songs for the Slave and 
his Friends; 2d ed., N. York, 1840, 16mo. 2. Univer- 
salism as it is*, N. York, 1841, 16mo. 3, Memoir of 
BHhu W, Baldwin, N. York, 1843, L2ino. 4. St. Helena 
and the Cape of (Jood Hope ; or, Incidents in the Mis- 
sionary Life of the Rev. J. M. Bertram, N. York, 1862, 
12mo. b. History of Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1868. 6. 
The New York Observer Year-Book, N. York, 1871-73, 
3 vols. 7- The Church Hymn-Book: with Tunes, N. 
York, 1872, Svo. 8. The Chapel Hymn-Book, 1873. 9. 



The Poets of the Church a Series of Biogrnphical 
Sketches of Hymn- Writers, \vith Notes on their Hymns, 
N York, 1885, sm Svo. 

Hat fie Id, Miss Julia. The Bryant Homestead 
Book By the Idle Scholar N York, 1869, 4to 

Hat field, Marcus P., M D The Physiology and 
Hygiene of the House we live in, N York, 1887, I2mo 
Hathaway, B. A. 1001 Questions and Answers 
on United States His-tory, Geography, English Gram- 
mar, Arithmetic Theory and Practice ot Teaching, Phys- 
iology, and Hygiene, Cleveland, O , ISbS, 6 vols 16mo 

Hathaway, Benjamin, b m Cayuga Co, N Y , 
composed poems which he wrote with chalk on barrel- 
heads while working as a cooper He also followed the 
business of nurseryman and farmer ior thirty years 
1 Art-Life, and other Poem-*, Bust, Ib77, It'ino 2 
The League of the Iroquois, and other Legends troin the 
Indian Muse Port Chic f 1SS1, 12mo 

Hathaway, Timothy. 1 Hebrew Moods nnd 
Tenses, or, A benes of Hules adapt* d to all the Pas- 
sages in the Hebiew Bible peculur to Oriental Construc- 
tion, Lon , 1S48, Svo 2 Gospel Melodie-, or Poitiait- 
ures of Our Saviour, in Verse, Lon , 18oh, 12mo 

Hathaway ? W. J MeiiiUtiones fecici as , or, Devout 
Musings, in Prose md Verse, Lon, 1852, 2ltuo 

Hatheway, Mary E. N* I Johnny's Vacations, 
and other Stories Illu^t Boat, 1878, 16ino 2 In 
the Field", [poems] Illust. Bo-t, U>SI, 16ino 
Cats with Gloves catth no Mi e, Bost, 1887, obi ^2 

Ha thorn, F* G. A Hand-Book of Dirjeelmg- 
with Brief Notes on the Culture and Manufacture of 
Tea, and Kules for the Sale of Unasscssed Waste Lands, 
Caleutti, 1863, Svo 

Hathornthwaite, Rev. Thomas, LL D , edu- 
cated at Timity College, Dublin, wis incumbent of St. 
Anne's, Lancaster, Eng. 1 Poernati Ljitina duo, Lon , 
1843, I2uao 2 (Trans ) D M Aufaonu ex Epheineridc 
Oritio a Prayer, Ac, Lou , 18-48, 12mo 3 Lancaster, 
(a. Httrospect,} and The Seasons a Tianslation from the 
Greek, [versej Lon , 1S73, 12mo. 

Hatt, George* Sketches of a Tract Missionary, 
N York, 1852, 16mo 

Hattersley, Mary Emma. 1 Neheimih a 
Poem, Lon., 1877, 12uio. 2 Norstone , or, The Riits m 
the Cloud, Lon., 1879, p. Svo 

Hatton, A, lu 1 The Law and the Prophets, 
Lon, 1866, 18rno 2 Present Couiinumou of Saints, 
Lon , 1866, 18rao 

Hatton, E. Finch*. The Militia and the Recruit- 
ing Service with buggebtions for their Keorganization, 
Lon , 1859, Svo 

Hatton, Frank, 1861-188% son of Joseph Hatton, 
i//o, b. at Horheld, near Bristol, educated at King a 
College School and the Royal School of Mines , went to 
Borneo m 1881 as mineral explorer to the British North 
Borneo Company North Borneo Explorations and Ad- 
ventures on the Equator with Biographical 8keteh and 
Kotes by Joseph Hatton, and Prefwse by Sir Walter 
JMedharst Illust Lou > 1885, p. Svo 

"The diaries of his journeys in North Borneo, though 
not reduced to form contain some interesting mineialogi- 
cal matter, along with many natural and graphic notes of 
adventure " Aead t xxix 7 

Hatton, G. Noel. Whom Nature Leadeth, [a 
novel,] Lon f 1883, -J vols p Svo. 

Hatton, George James Finch-, eleventh 
Earl of Winchilsea, (see WINCHILSEA, ante, vol m , 
add ,) d. 1887 1. Flying Childers his Cruise, [verse,] 
Lon, 1870, Svo 2 The Toinmiad, Lon., 1872, Svo 
Anon. 3. Voices through Many Years, [verse,] Lon , 
1879, 3 vola Svo Privately printed 

Hatton, Hon. Harold Hfiieage Finch*, b 
1856, son of the tenth Earl of Wmchilsea Advance 
Australia an Account of Eight Year*' Work, Wander- 
ing, and Amusement in Queensland, New bouth Wule. 
and Victoria, Lon f 1885, j>. Svo 

"Pull of most disastrous chances, of moving accidents 
by flood and field, whicfc bear the stamp of a genuine ex- 
penence" Sat. Rev lix >9 

"A very lively and am using book " AcacL, xxvhi 22 
HattOB, Joseph, b 1839, at Andover, Deibyshire, 
has edited several piovincia,! and London papers, and in 
1868-74 was editor of the Gentleman's Magazine He 
has several times visited the United States, and since 
hia first visit in l$7fl has acted as London correspondent 
of the New York Ximei, He baa contributed to period- 
icals, and adapted plays and novels for the stage. 1 
Provincial Papers b$mg a Collection of Tales and 


Sketches, Lon , 1861, p 8vo, 2d ed , 1866 2 Bitter- 
Sweets- a Love-Story, Lon , 1865, 3 vols p 8vo 3 
Agamst the Stream, Lon , 1866, 3 vols p 8vo 4 The 
Tallanta of Barton a Tale of Fortune and Fmanee, 
Lon , 1 867, i vols p 8vo 5 Pippins and Cheese, Lou , 
IS68, p 8vo 6 Christopher Henrick his Life ami 
Adventures, Lon , 1869, 2 vols p Svo 7 With a Show 
in I he North Reminiscences of Mark Lemon, Lon f 187 1, 
p 8%o 8 The Valley of Poppies, Lon , 1871, 2 vols p 
Svo 9 Kites and Pigeons a Novelette Illust Lon , 
1S72, 12mo 10. In the lap of Fortune a Story 
"stranger than fiction," Lon, 1873, i vols , new ed., 

1877, 1 vol 11 Clytie a No\el of Modern Life, Lon , 
1874, 3 vols p Svo 

" By dint of being the subject of a lawuiit the no^i el 
called ' riytie 1 has attracted an amount of attention which, 
its merits assuredly do not warrant Ibobe who aie 
already acquainted with the natuie and the main facts of 
a peculiarly disagreeable slander case u hieh created much 
scandal not \ ery long ago will hardlv vv ish to refresh their 
memory by i efferent e to Mr Hatton s novel Those who 
are not acquainted with these facts ^ ill bcarcelv care to 
learn them in the form into \\hich the author oi 'Ujtie 
has put them ' Sat Rev , xxxvm 25 

12. The Queen of Bohemia a Novel, Lon , 1877, 2 
vols* p Svo H. Punting, ( 'British Manufacturing In- 
dustries , *) 2d ed , Lon , 1877, p Svo 14 (bd ) Not in 
Society, by V Morgan, and other Tales, by J Hatton, 
Lon., 1877, 12mo. 15 Cruel London a Novel, Lon , 

1878, -J vols , new ed , 1879, 1 \ol or Svo 16 Three 
Kecruits and the GuIs they left behind them, Lon , 
1880, 3 vols p Svo 17 To-Day in America Studies 
from the Old World and the Isew, Lon , 1881, 2 vols* 
p Svo 

** It is a weary book a book which should not have been 
written , its conclusions rrng like the echoes of common- 
place talk , it tells us nothing new " Sat Rev , lu 08 

' 1 lie whole work is brightly and lucidly written , 
and though a considerable portion of the two blender 
volumes might ha\e been omitted without depriving the 
reader ot anjthmg really valuable, the digressions and. 
amplifications are harmless and entertaining "iypecfatw, 

18 Journalistic London being a Series of Sketches 
of Famous Pens and Papers of the Day, Lon , 1882, Svo. 
19 " The New Ceylon being a Sketch of British North 
Borneo, or Sabah, Lon ? 1882, p 8xo 20 A Modem 
TJlysfce, Lon., 18S3, 3 vols er fevo 21 Henry Irvmg's 
Impressions of Amenta, narrattd in a Series of Sketches, 
Chronicles, and Conversation", Lon , 1884, 2 vote cr Svo, 
new ed same year, 1 vol 

u In the five hundred and seventy pages of Mr Hatton's 
two volumes a diligent search would perhaps repeal tew 
pages which might fairly be described as Mr Irvine's im- 
pre^sions of America Uhe remainder is, the most hetero- 
geneous* collection that it has? ever been our fortune to 
meet in the shape of a book Mr Haiton/s descriptions 
of places and incidents are often graphic and racy "/Spec- 
tator, Ivu 955 

22 Behind a Mask a Romance of Renl Life, Lon , 
1S85, Svo 2i John Needham's Double a Story 
founded on Fact, Lon., 1885, Sio 24 Ihe Old House 
at Sandwich the Story of a Ruined Home, as developed 
in the Strange Revelations of Hickory Maynard, [a 
norelj Lon ,1886 2 vola cr Svo. Anon 25 The Ly- 
ceum " Faust." Illust Lon , 1886, 4to 26 The Gay 
World, Lon , 1887, 3 vols p 810 27. The Park Lnne 
Mjstcry a Story of Love and Magic, Bristol, 1887, 
I2mo 28 The Abbey Murder, Lon, 1888, er Svo 29. 
Captured by Cannibals Some Incidents m the Life of 
Horace Dura nd Illust Lon, 1888, 810 SO. Hern- 
ia istences of J L Toole, the Comedum related by 
Himself and chionicled by Joseph llatton Illust. 
Lon , 1888, 2 vols. demy 8vo 

"The greater part of the contents are cast in the form 
of conversations or ixitenieus. *** the accuracy oi ^hich 
Mr Toole has gone bail , Mr Hatton has tulhlled his 
peculiar and not very dignified undertaking \ery ci edit- 
ably He has put togt ther 111 a readable form a great 
ma&s of anecdotessome ot them quite excellent bearing 
on the life of a popular actor on and oft the stage, awd he 
has certainly contrived to give us a clear notion of 
the individuality of the central figure ' Spectator, laa 

With HAKVFY, REV Mosrs, Newfoundland the Old- 
en Engirt! Colony, Lon ind Boat, 188H, p 8\o 
"A most entertaining and useful boolc "Spectator, Ivii 

"Good and interesting and thorough and well written " 
Nation xxx VH 495 

Hatton, Mark. The Cmite of the "Humming- 
Bird," or, Notes near Home, Lon , 1864, p. 8vo (Short 
stones of Irish life ) 

Hatton, Murray Edward Gordon Finch-, 


twelfth Earl of Wuichilsea, b 1851 , succeeded bis 
brother in 1887 A Practical Hand-Book of Arabic for 
the Nile, Lon ,1873, 8vo 

Hatton, Thomas* 1. Water-Colour without a 
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The Churches of Yoik&Lne llinst \ ol i , Lon , Ib80, 
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Hang, Martin, PhD,, 1827-1876, b at Ostdorf, 
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1876 I On Sex in the World to Come an Esa,y, Lon , 
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Havergal, Rev. William Henry, M A., 1793- 
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Havers, Dora. See BOULGEB, DORA. 
Haverty, Martin, 1809-1887, b. m County Mayo, 
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Havitand, E. W. A Table of Cases affirmed, re- 
versed, modified, overruled, or otherwise criticised and 
Cited in All the Reports of the State of New York from 
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Haviland, Laura S, A "Woman's Life- Work: 
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m<>; new ed., 1887. 
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Haward, John Warrington, A Treatise on 
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Haivarth, Ellen C* Poeias, Newark, H J , 1868 
sq Ibtuo J 

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Haweis, Rev. Hugh Reginald, M A, b 18*3, 
at Eghain, famrty , graduated at Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, 1861 , perpetu it curate of St James's, Marylebone, 
since 1866 He w is uiubieal etitic und writer of leadm* 
articles on the staff of the Echo, ami m 1S6S became 
editor of Cassells Mig^ine 1 Music and Morals, 
Lon , 1871, p Svo , 1 ith ed , 1885 

" A somewhat heterogeneous and unequal book It is 
full of pleasant reading, and con tains many good criticisms 
and descriptions , but itb tlieonet. nre often very question- 
able, and its survey of fiicte omits much that is essential " 
fepec/ator, xhv Ub7 

" ' Mufeic and Morale' is a comprehensive term , and it is 
made hoio to convey an elaborate analysis ot thecounec. 
ticm of music with emotion as well as tome critical com- 
ment on ife position with reference to individual moralitv 
ami ti> its influence and significance m society at large 
Wo cannot comaierid too highly Mr Hawei&'s general ex- 
position of the theory ot IUUMC; as the most profound and 
Hubtle artibltc instrument for expressing emotion " Sat 


2 Thoughts for the Times, Lon , 1872, p. Svo , 10th 
cd t 1877 

4 Mr Haweis writes not only fearlessly, but with remark- 
able freshness and vigour He is occasionally eloquent, 
and even pathetic In all that he &av s we perceu e a trans- 
parent honesty and singlene-^aof purpose Mr Haweis 
fetarts with the assertion that there ou^ht to be no fixed 
dogmas in religion Doctrine, faich, and morals are all to 
be progressive " Sat Reo , XXXLV 478 

i UnaecUrun Family Pi lyers, Lon, 1874, 3d ed , 
1S8Q, I2iwu> t Pet , or, Pastimes and Penalties IJlust, 
Lon t 1&74, p Svo , new od , 1886 , new ed , with con- 
siderable alterations, entitled "The New Pet," Lon, 
1875, ICttiQ 5 Ashes to Ashes a Oiemation Prelude, 
Lon , 187 1, p Sva 6 Speech in Season, Lon . 1875, p 
Svo, 5th od, 1881 

** Unlike most extempore ^ernicns^ they are from begin- 
ning to end iullol matcer and at the same time are always 
lively M Spectator, xlviu 921 

7 Current Com, Lon , Ib76, p Svo, 4th ed , 1881 8 
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0, Poets in the Pulpit, [addresses,] Lon , 1880, or, Svo , 
new ed , 1883 10 Ameucan Humourists, Lon , 1883, p 
Svo, II Key of Doctrine and Practice, Lon , 1884, 
J6rao 12 My Musical Life, Lou, 1834, p Svo 
" Tho actual details of the musical life of the writer 
constitute a comparattvcly small part of his> work, which 
consists chiefly or two distinct elements a philosophical 
and a historical Mr Haweias thoughts upon the 
whole rationale of music appeal to us as , entirely 
true "Spectator, Ivh 617 

13 Wmgoil Words, or, Truths Retold, [sermons,] 
Lon, 1885, p Svo U (Ed) Seleoc Poems, (World 
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stone, Lon, 1886, aq 16ino, 16 (Ed) Old Ballad"*, 
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Esisay Gems By K W Kmerson Lon , 1S36, sq 16tno 
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Lon , 1886*87, 5 vols p Svo (Vol i was the last pub- 
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Haweis, Mrs. Alary Eliza, daughter of Thomas 
Muagrove Joy, a. well-lsnuwn English artist, studied art 
with her father, and exhibited her first picture at the 
Royal Academy at the age of sixteen In 1867 she mar- 
rifrl Rev Hugh Begmald Haweis, supra. 1 Chaucer 
for Children a Golden Key, Lon , 1876, 4to 2 The 
Art of B'ftuty IHmt Lon , 1877, Svo 

" Women whose aim in life soars a little above that of 
attracting public admiration and enebatning lovers will 
hesitate to profit by Mrs Haweis's advice to lavish the 
eevme fare on the foac inatlons of their personal adornments 
as they now do upon higher things "Sat Rev , xllv il 

"Though compelled to differ m some things from 
content of this volume, we heartily rejoice in its publica- 
tion, and congratulate its accomplished authored on b^lng 
one of the first to inaugurate something like aii artistic 
study of things Sn themselves so important, so educing 
and which enter so largely into the aally Jtfe of n)9 ail " 


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1789-1867 1 Reminiscences of Re\ivals of Religion 
in the First Church m Hartford, Hartford, 1865, Svo, 
2 Seimons, Experimental and Practical, M" York, 1866, 

Hawes . Stephen. 1. Synohronology of the Prin- 
cipal Events in Sacred and Profane Hi-tory, Best , 1870, 
Svo. 2 New Testament Te\t-Book embracing a His- 
toucal Tabular View of the Gospels, Tables of the 
bles, Discourses and Miracles of Christ, &c 
Bost , 16mo 

Hawes* William. Observations on Unlimited 
and Limited Liability, L<m , 1854, Svo. 

Hawke, William H The Inland and Foreign 
Telegraph Code, Lon , 1888, 32mo 

Hawker, Charles, of tbe Ordnance Office A His- 
tory of Sammy's Bed, not Down, nor a Turn-Dowti, 
though it turned out down at last* Drawn by Himself. 
Lon , 1857, Svo Anon 

Hawker, Edward. My Life, or, Advice to tbe 
Consumptive, Lon , IbfiO, 18mo 

Hawker, Rev. John, M A , graduated at Balhol 
College, Oxford, 1843 , ordained 1845 , rftctor of Catleigh, 
Devonshire, since 1882 1 Bible Thoughts on the Book 
of Genesis, Lon , 1873, p. Svo 2 Bible Thoughts on 
the Epistle to the Galatmna, Lon , 1874, p Svo 3 The 
Work of the Holy Ghost m the Present Dispensation, 
Lon, 1884, p Svo 4 Unpolished Gems of Scripture, 
Lon , 1S85, p Svo Also, single sermons, &c 

Hawker, Rev. Robert Stephen, M A , 1803- 
1875, b at Stoke Damorel, Devonshire, educated at 
Pembroke College and Magdalen Hall, Oxford, where be 
gained the Newdigate prize m 1827 by a poem oa 
Pompeii, and graduated in 1828 , ordained 1829 , vicar 
of Morwenstow, Cornwall, from 1884. He contributed 
to Notes and Queries, All the Year Round, and other 
periodicals, and many of his poems appeared first m 
local papers His "Song of tbe Western Men,*' with its 
stirring refrain, "And shall Trelawney die?" was re- 
ceived by Scott and Maeaulay as a genuine old Cornish 
ballad. For biog , see GOULD, S. BARING-, wpta, and 
LBB, FG,w/f 1 TendnU By Reuben. [ Verse J 
Cheltenham, 1821, 12mo. 2 Pompeii, Oxf., 1827, Svo* 
* Records of the Western Shore, [veiae,] Oxf, 1832, 
12mo 4 Poems containing the Second Series of 
Records of tbe Wegtem Shore, Firtt Edition, the First 
Series, Second Edition, and Pompeii, Stratton, 1SJ6, 
12mo 5. Ecolesia. a Volume of Poems, Oxf> 1840, 
p Svo; Lon ,1841 Reeds Shaken with, the Wmd> 
Lon , 184 i, 16WJO 7. Reeds Shaken with tb* Wind 
the Second Cluster, Loa , 1644, 12mo S Rural Synods 
By the Vicar of Moweastaw Lou , 1844, p Svo 9. 
Echoes from Old Cornwall, [verse,] Lon, 1846, Svo-. 
10* A Voice from the Place of S Morwenna, in tbe 
Rocky Land, uttered to the Sisters of Mercy, at the 
Tamar Mouth , and to Lydia,, their Lady in the Faith^ 
Lou f 1849, 16mo* 1 1 A Lettjer to a Friend , containing 
same Matters relating- to the Church. By a Cornish 
Viear. Lao , T8&7* 12 Aisbab Shoechinab, I860, Svo. 
y printed, IB. The Quest of the Strograal a 
h,a*it tbe First Exeter, 1864, 4to, Privately 
$ more published,) 14. Th^ Cornish Bal 



lads, and other Poems : including a Second Edition of 
"The Quest of the Sdngraal," Lon., 1869, fp. Svo,- new 
ed.. 1884. 

" Contemplation of nature, and an ear alive to legend 
and tradition, have apparently ntted him to be the ballad- 
i&t oi Cornwall . . Had his name and all local data been 
wanting, . . we should ha\e known the author tor one 
who dwelt where lock and river, bosky combe, and rude, 
wild ocean are not far apart, in a land full of ancient 
towers and shrines*, cairiib, holy \\ ells., and the like, the 
nurses of poetic fancy " Sat. Rev , xxvii. 628. 

15. Footprints of Foimer Men in Far Cornwall, Lon., 
1870, p. Svo. 16. Poetical Works, now nr&t Collected 
and Arranged, with a Prefatory Notice, by J. G. Godwin, 
Lon , 1879, p. Svo. 

' Welcome as a presentation of much remarkable work 
wtuch was formerly only to be got together with consider- 
able pains and trouble " Ath* t No 2683. 

Hawkes, George. The Publican's Guide for 
reducing Spirits from Five to One Hundred Gallons, 
Lon., 1868, Svo. 

Hawkes, Rev* Henry. 1. The Passover Moon ; 
2d ed., Lon., 1878, 12uio. 2. A Service for commemo- 
rating the Anniversary of Our Saviour's Instituting the 
Lord's Supper, Lon., 18SO, p. Svo. 8. An Evening Ser- 
vice for solemnizing the Lord's Supper, Lon., 1882, cr. 
Svo. 4. Recollections of John Pound-, Lon., 1884, p. 8vo. 
Hawkes, John. 1. A Steam Trip to the Tropics; 
or, A Description of a Visit to the West Indies: in- 
cluding Part of Central and Sourh America, Lon., 1864, 
p. Svo. 2. On the General Management of Public Lunatic 
Asylums in England and Wales, Lon., 1871, Svo. 

Hawkes, Mervyn L. A Piimroae Dame: the 
Story ot the Election, Bristol, 1886, I2mo. 

Hawkey, C. The Shakespeare Tapestry woven in 
English Verse, Edm., 1880, cr. Svo; new ed., 1881. 

Uawkings, James. The Tradesman's Guide to 
Superficial Measurement, Lon., 1854, Umo ; 3d ed., 1884. 
Hawkins, A. E. Poems, Lon , 1869, 12mo. 
Hawkins, Benjamin Waterhou^e, F.L.S, 
F.G.S., b. 1807, in London ; was a pupil in art of the 
late W. Behnes, the English sculptor, but has devoted 
himself to natural history, and especially to geology and 
paleontology. In 1852 he was appointed by the Crystal 
Palace Company to make the life-size models of extinct 
animals, many of them of colossal proportions, exhibited 
at that institution. In 1868 he visited New York and 
lectured on scientific subjects at the Cooper Union. He 
was afterwards employed in that city in making models 
of extinct animals for Central Park. 1, The Science of 
Drawing Simplified, Lou., 1843, Svo. 2. A Comparative 
View of the Human and Animal Frame, Lon., I860, fol, 
3. The Artistic Anatomy of the Horse, Illu&t. Lon., 
1865, Svo. 4. The Artistic Anatomy of Cattle and 
Sheep. Illust. Lon., 1867, 12mo. 5. The Artistic 
Anatomy of the Dog and Deer, Lon , 1876, 12mo. 6. 
Comparative Anatomy, as applied to Purposes of Artists, 
Lon., 1883, 12mo. 

Hawkins, Caesar Henry, M R.C.S., P.R.S., 1798 
-1884, b. at Bisley, Gloucestershire; surgeon to St. 
George's Hospital 1829-61; sergeant-surgeon to the 
queen from 1862; president of the Royal College of 
Surgeons 1852 and IS6L. 1. The Hunterian Oration, 
Ion., 1849, 8vo. 2. The Hunterian Oration, Presidential 
Addresses, and Pathological and Surgical Writings, Lon , 
1874, 2 vols. Svo. Printed for private circulation. 

Hawkins, Rev. Charles Ha I ford, M.A., grad- 
uated at St. John's College, Cambridge, 1861 ; ordained 
1862; assistant master and chaplain in Winchester Col- 
lege, (Ed.) Noctes Shaksperianae : a Series of Papers, 
Winchester, 1887, Svo. (Contains thirteen essays by 
members of the Winchester College Shakspere Society ) 

" The reader will find in all the papers facts and su 
tions that will well repay him for his labour. 

. , 

Hawkins, Daisy Waterhouss. Old Point-Lace: 
how to copy and imitate it. tllust. Lon., 1878, p. 8vo 

Hawkins, Dexter Arnold, 1825-1886, b. at 
OumJen, Me. j graduated at Bowdoin in 1848: studied 
lawat Harvard, arid at the EcoJedes Droifs, Paris, France j 
travelled for two years under a commission from the 
governor of Maine, to examine European methods of 
instruction, and in J8H began the practice of law in 
New York City. 1. Traditions of Overlook Mountain, 
1 87R. 2. Education the Need of the South : an Address, 
1875. & Archbishop Puret*H Outdone! The Roman 
Catholic Church in New York City, and Public Land 
and Public Money, N. York, 1880, Svo. Also, numerous 
addresses, <fce. 


Hawkins, Edward, F R.S., F.S.A., F.L.S., [ante, 
vol. i., add.,] 1780-1867, b. at Macclesfield, Eng.; 
keeper of antiquities in the British Museum 1826-60. 
Medalhc Illustrations of the History ot Great Britain 
and Ireland to the Death of George II. Compiled by 
the Late Edward Hawkins, F.R.S., and edited by Au- 
gu^-tus W. Franks, F.R S., and Herbert A. Grueber. 
Printed by Order of the Trustees of the British Museum. 
Lon., 1885, 2 vols. Svo. 

"We have heartily to commend this work which is 
obviously destined to be a standard one to the attention, 
of numismatists and hibtoncal students " Ath , No 3017. 

Hawkins, Rev. Edward, D.D., [ante, vol. i , add.,] 
1789-1882, b. at Bath, giuduated, double fir&t class, at 
St. John's College, Oxford, 1811; vicar of St. Maiy's, 
Oxford, 1 823-28 j provost of Onel College, rector of 
Purleigh, and canon of Rochester, from 1828 ; Ireland 
professor of exegesis 1847-61. 1. Notes upon Subscrip- 
tion, Academical and Clerical, Oxf., 1S64, Svo. 2. Ad- 
ditional Notes on Subscription, 0-\f., 1S66, Svo. 3. 
Considerations upon the Athannsinn Creed and the Pro- 
posed Synodical Declaration : with a Supplement and 
Appendix, Lon., 1874, Svo. 4. Notes on Church and 
State, Lon, 1874, Svo. 5. Additional Notes on Church 
and State, Lon., 1877, 8vo. Also, single sermons, &c. 

Hawkins, Rev. Edward, giaduated at Corpus 
Cbristi College, Cambridge, 1848; 01 darned 1850; vicar 
of Walton, diocese of Carlisle, fioin 1875. Notes on the 
Greek Testament, 1851. 

Hawkins, Rev. Edwards Comerford, M.A., 
graduated at Exeter College, Oxford, 184<J; 01 darned 
3854 j head-master of St. John's Foundation School, 
Leatherhead, 3861-83; vicar of St. Bride's, London, 
since 1883. Spirit and Form: Seimons pleached at 
Lentherbead, Lon., 1881, p. 8vo. 

Hawkins, Rev. Ernest, B.D., [<wtt, vol.i., add.,] 
1802-1868, b. at Lawrence End, Hertfordshire; graduated 
at Balliol College, Oxford, 1824; secietary of the Society 
for the Piopagation of the Gofapel 1843-64, and from 
then canon of Westminster. 1. The Book of Psaln<s: 
with Notes, Lon., 1857, 12mo; now ed., 1868. 2. Sick- 
Bed Services, compiled from the Holy Scriptures and the 
Book of Common Piayer: with a Selection of II}mns, 
Lon., 1867, 8\o; new ed., 1885. 

Hawkins, Francis Vaugban, M.A., b. 1833; 
educated at Trinity College, Cambridge; called to tho 
bar at Lincoln's Inn 1856. 1. A Conci&e Treatise on the 
Construction of Wills, Lon., 1863, 8vo 2. Optional Mo- 
bilization of Land: a Scheme for Simplifying Title andi 
Land Transfer, Lon., 186i), Svo. 

Hawkins, Frederick W., b. 1849; a London 
journalist; editor in 1877-79 of The Theatre, and mem- 
ber of the editorial staff of tho London Times. 1. The 
Life of Edmund Keanj from Published and Original 
Sources, Lon., 1869, 2 vols. Svo. 

"Our hopes ha^e been completely disappointed by Mr. 
Hawkins's volumes Wnh the exception or a few particu- 
lars of Kean's la^t illness, . . . the 840 pngea we have waded 
through have told us> nothing that wo knew not before wo 
read them, have generally 'marred a curiou tale in the 
telling,' have thrust improbabilities upon us, have per- 
verted facts, ha-ve exhibited ignorant prejudices to an 
amount we had fondly believed impossible," Bat. ttev., 
xxvii.782. ' 

2. Annals of the French Stage, from its Origin to the 
Death of Racine, Lon , 1884, 3 vols. Svo; now ed., 1885, 
2 vols. 3. The Fiench Stage in the Eighteenth Century : 
with Portraits, Lon , 1888, 2 vols. Svo. 

"His book is trustworthy, readable, and entertaining. 
. . . Highly interesting chapters upon Voltaire and upon 
Beaumarchais include some late discoveries with regard 
to those authors." Ath , No, 3172. 

Hawkins, Bev. Henry, M.A., graduated at Exe- 
ter College, Oxford, 1848 j ordained 1849; chaplain of 
Middlesex County Asylum, Co>n*y-Batcb, from 1867. 
1. "Work in the Wards," by Asylum Attendant?, Lon., 
1874, Svo. 2. A Friendly Talk with a New Patient, 
Lon,, 1878, 8vo. 3. "Time tryeth Troth;" "A Friend 
and Companion never meet arnibsj" "Visiting Bay at 
the Asylum," Lon., 1878, 8vo. 

Hawkins, I. (Trans,) On the Teeth of Wheels, 
by M. Camus j 3d ed., Lon,, 1868, 8vo. 

Hawkins, J. Louisiana Supreme Court Reports* 
vols. xix.-xxiv., (1867-72.) Pub. by the State. 1868- 
72 6 vols, Svo. 

Hawkins, James. 1. The Physical, Moral, and 
Intellectual Constitution of the Deaf and Dumb : with 
some Practical Bemarks concerning their Education, 
Lon., 1863, p. 8yo. 2. On the Desirability of National 


Education for the Deaf and Dumb Poor, Lon , 1868, Svo 
3 Are the Beneficent Uses of Puhhe Institutions ade 
quately supported by their Present Organization " a So 
cial Question, Lon , 1872, Svo 4 Phases of Modern 
Poctnne m delation to the Intellectual and Actn 
Powers of Nature and Man, Lon , 1878, p Svo 

Hawkins, Rev. James. Short Sketches on Im 
portant Subjects, Lon , 1878, Svo 

Hawkins, James E., editor of The Gospel Watch 
? an * " T *P e Enou Sfc Yet," or, The Danger of Belay 

,, o 

,1S74, 32mo 2 Cleanstd, Clothed, and Crowned 
or, What is Conversion ? By J E H , Author of Th* 
Blood of the Lamb," <fcc 2d ed , Lon , 1874, 32mo S 
Short Papers on Prophecy, Lon , 187$, 12mo 4 Noth- 
ing to Do By J E H Lon , 1878, 32nio 5 Lectures 
on the Tabernacle of Israel, Lon, 188*, 12ino 

Hawkins, Rush Christopher, b 1841, at Pom- 
fret, Oonn , a lawyer, colontl ol a regiment of zoua\es 
during the civil war He nude a collection of books 
from the first fifteenth-century presses which was ^olc 
at auction in New Yoik m 1867. Titles of the First 
Books from the Earliest Presses established in Europe 
before the End of the Fifteenth Century with Brief JX T otes 
upon their Punters, N York And Lon , 1884, 4to 

"The real merits of Mr Hawkins's book are, in mv 
opinion, concentrated m the admirable photo-lithographs 
which lie has given of twenty five first oooks of early fif- 
teenth-century presses "~ J H HESSELS Acad , sxvi 56 

(This article is mainly taken up with a defence of Mr 
Hessels's work on Gutenberg against the strictures of Mr 
Hawkins ) 

Hawkins, Thomas, FRGS, 1S10-I8S9 b at 
Glautonbury, Eng , studied anatomy at Guy's Hospital 
under Sir Astley Cooper, but devoted himself chiefly to 
geology 1 Memoirs of Ichthyosauri and Plesiosaun, 
Extinct Monsters of the Ancient Eaith Illust Lon, 
ISWjfol. 2 The Book of the tirt.a,t Sea-Dragons. Illust 
Lon , 1840, fol 3. The Lost Angel and the History 
of the Old Adamites a Poem, Lon , 1840, 4to 4, One 
Centenary of Sonnets, Lon , 1841, p Svo 5 The Wars 
of Jehovah in Heaven, Earth, and Hell, [verse ] Illust 
Lon, 1844, Svo 6 Victorian Verses, Lon, 1848, fol 
7 Prometheus a Lyrical Drama, Lon , 1850, Svo. S 
The Chriatiad, [verse,] Lon , 1853, Svo. 9 My Life and 
Works, Lon , 1887, Svo. 

Hawkins, W. JU. Key to the Tithe Question a 
Hand-Book on Tithes, 2d ed , Lnn , 1887, Svo 

Hawkins, William Bentmck Lethem, [ante, 
vol i , HAWKINS, W B,,add ] The Limit* ot Religious 
Bel let Suggestions addressed to the student in Divine 
Things, Lon, 1862, 12mo 

Hawkins, Rev. William George, b 182?, at 
Baltimore, Md , and educited at Wesle^an University 
and the Protestant Episcopal Semm try m Alexandria, 
Va , has held rectorships in \arious States, edited the 
Nation il Freedman lSfi-l-66, and has been engaged in 
domestic missions 1 Life of John H, W Hawkins, 
Bost, 1860, 12mo 2 Lunsford Lnne, or. Another 
Helper from North Carolina, Boat , 186i, 12mo 3 His- 
tory of the New York National Freedinen s Association, 
BT York, 1868 

Hawks, E* R. Guide to Obtaining Civil Employ- 
nent, for Soldiers Lon , 1887, sq 16mo, 

Hawks, Kev. Francis Lister, B D., LL D , 
'ante t vol. i T add ,] d 18ft6 1 Histoiy of North Caro- 
ma with Maps and Illustrations vol. u t Embracing 
:he Penod of the Proprietary Government, from 1663 to 
L729, Fayetteville, N.C, 1860, Svo 2 The American 
Forest By Uncle Phihp N York, 1862 3, " Is not 
;his a Brand plucked out of the Fire?" The Story of a 
Penitent Lola Montez, S York, 18fi7, 16mo With 
PERRY, WILLIAM STMTKNS 1 (Ed) Journals of the 
General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church 
of the United States of America with Notes, &c vol ! 
i , 1861, Svo. (No more published-) 2 Document- 
ary History of toe Protestant Episcopal Church in the ' 
United States of America, N. York, 186J-64, 2 vote Svo ! 
Hawksford, C. M* Adela a. Jersey Romance, 
Lon , 188$, 3 vols cr Svo ! 

Hawkshaw, Mrs* Ann. 1 Dionyms the Areop- 
agite with other Poems, Lon, 1S42, p 8vo* 2. Pot^n-* 
for my Children, 1847. 3. Aunt JSmVs Rhymes for Little | 
Children, Lon, 1852, 4to Anon. 4. Aunt EmV& Gift 
to the Nursery, Lon^ 3854, 12mo, Anon. 5. *mefes on j 
An^lo-Saxon History, Lon^ 1854, 12rao, 

Hawksley, 'Cordelia J. 1 ft* F. S, : What does 
it mean ? LOB*, 18S2, p, Sro. 2, Eleven I^ett^rs 


the East to my Bible-Claas, Illust. Lon., 1885, en 

Hawks ley, Thomas, M D Matter, its Ministry 
to Life in Health and Disease, and Earth, as a Natural 
Link between Organic and Inorganic Matter, Lon, 

Hawksworth, Rev. John, perpetual curate of 

woore, Salop The U lonous Gospel of the Blessed God: 
a Series of Twelve Parochial Let tures, Lon , 1854, p Svo. 
Hawley, Kev. Bostwick, BD, b 1814, at 
Caimllus, NY , graduated at Wesleyan Unnemty in 
1838, and has held numerous pastorates in New York 
State 1 Manual of Instruction ior Baptized Children 
in trie Methodist Episcopal Church, N York, 1865, 24mo 
2, Manual of Methodism The Doctrines, General Rules, 
and Usages of the Methodist Episcopal Church with 
Scripture Proofs and Explanations, N York, 1868. 16mo. 
d Beauties of Kev, George Herbert, A M , N York, 1877, 
12mo 4 Dancing as an Amusement considered in the 
Light of the Scriptures, of Chnstwn Experience, and of 
Good Taste, N York, 3877, 16rno 5 The Shield of 
Faith , or 3 Articles of Religion, General Rules, Baptis- 
mal and Church Covenants, of Methodist Episcopacy: 
with Scripture Proofs, N York, IbSO, 16mo 6 The 
Lenten Season: including Whit Sunday and Trinity 
Sunday, Cm , 1882, 16mo Also, single ^ermons, <fce. 

Hawley, C. The Dupery Trade before the Public 
phowiog the Extortionate Profits made by many Eetail 
Drapers, Lon, 1878, Svo 

Hawley, Rev. Charles, DD, 1819-18S5, b at 
Catskill, N Y , graduated at Williams College 1840, and 
at Union Theological Seminary 1844 , pastor of & Pres- 
byterian Church in Auburn, N Y , 1858-85 1 History 
of the First Presbyterian Church of Auburn, Auburn, 
NY, 1S76. 2. Early Chapters of Cajuga History: 
Jesuit Missions in Goi-o-gouen, 1656-1684; also, An 
Account of the Sulpitian Mission among the Cayugas 
about Qmnte Bay, 166S Intioduetion by J G Shea.. 
Auburn N Y,, 1879, Svo. 3. Sanitary Reforms, 1880. 4. 
Early Chapters of Seneca History, 1881. b. Memorial 
Discourses, 18S4 

Hawley, Frederick. The Royal Family of Kng- 
;and containing Remarks on the Principles of the 
Royal Succession , with a Genealogical Account of the 
Royal Family, Lon , 1851, 12mo. 

Hawley* Frederick B. Capital and Population * 
a Study of the Economic Effects of their Relations to- 
each other, N. York, 1882, 12mo 

Hawley, Giles P. (Ed ) Wit, Wisdom, and Phi- 
iosnphy of J P. F Ruhter, 1884, Svo 

Hawley, John G* American Criminal Reports* 
The Latest and Mott Important Criminal Cases deter- 
mined in the Federal and State Courts with Notes, Ac , 
"hie, 1878-82, S vols Svo 

Hawley, John Hugh. 1 A Complete Course of 

Inghsh Composition, Lon , 1868, p Svo 2- Ode to Her 
Majesty Queen Victoria on her Sixtieth Birthday, Lon , 
STy, 4to 3 In Memonam Lours Eugene Napolon, 
verse,] Lon , 1880, Svo 4. Dates Made Easy . a Mne- 
monic Synopsis of the History of England, Lon , 18S8, 

Hawley, Richard* An Essay on Free Trade, 
" Economic MonograpW) N. York, 1878, 12mo 

Hawley 9 Thomas P. Digest of Nevnda, Reports, 
nd Sawyer's Circuit Court Reports with & Table of 
" is% <fc<s , Saa Fran., 1878, Svo 

Haworth, Euphrasia Fanny* 1 St. Sylvester's 

ay, and other Poems Illust. Lon , 1847, p Svo 2. 
tones for Idle Afternoons Lon., 1875, p Svo. 

Ha worth, Martin E. 1 The Silver Greyhound, 

jn,lSSfl, p8vo (Contains incidents of travel.) 2, 

oml Scrapings, Coaches, and Coaching, Lon , 1881, Svo. 

Hawtayne, G* H. West Indian Illustrations of 

iiik<*speare, 18S7. 

" Hawthorn, J* R. H*** (Pseud ) See Houu>- 
NG JOHK RICH Ann infra 

Hawthorne, Alice* Stones of Remarkable Birds, 
into., 1S54, 16mo, 

"Hawthorne, Emily," (Pseud.) See CHARLES, 
[MIT Y T , *ym. 

Hawthorne, George Stuart, M D. 1 A New 
Mode of Ventilating Hospitals, <fe<J , Belfast, 18 iO, 12mo, 
The True Pathological Nature of Cholera, and an In- 
allible Method of treating it, Lon,, 1848, Svo. 3. The 
Doctrine of the Trinity a Doatnne not of Divine Qri~ 
:in r and the Duty of Christian Men in Relation thereto, 
4>n . 1S5L Svo. 



Hawthorne, Julian, b. 1346, in Boston, Mass , 
son of Nathaniel Hawthorne, tnfta, went to Europe 
with his parents in 1S53, and after their return eateied 
Harvard in 1863, but did not graduate He began the 
study of civil engineering at the Lawrence Scientific 
School of Harvard, and was a student in Dresden, Ger- 
many, m 1868-70 From 1870 to 1872 he was employed 
a& a hydrographie engineer m the department ot docks 
in New York In 1872 he went abroad, spent two years 
m Dresden, and from 1874 till 1881 resided in London, 
where be was for two years on the staff of the Spectator 
and contributed to reviews and magazines In 1882 he 
returned to New York 1 Bressant a Romance, Lon , 
187 i 2 vols p Svo 

" We are glad to find that Mr Julian Hawthorne's first 
work has a sufficient character of its own to mark it oft 
from the writings ot that mofet original of American au- 
thors, his father While we freely concede great merit 
to Bres&ant,' we must at the same time admit that its faults 
are still greater The admirable promise of the first vol- 
ume is not fulfilled m the second " Sa* Reo aatxv 854 

2 Idolatry a Romance, Lon , 1874, 2 vola p 8vo 

1 That the younger Hawthorne is gifted with a power 
which, judged by the standard of ordinary novels, is great, 
caniioc be doubted Nor can it be doubted that he has 
misused that power "Sat. Rev , xxxvui 540 

3 Saxon Studies, Lon , 1876, p 8vo 

ui Saxon Studies' are just one string of impertinences, 
four hundred pages long, against the people who, with 
greater kindness than wisdom, allowed the author to l 
among them for some years* " Sat Rev , xLt 780 

" It is hardly to be wondered at that Saxon Studies' have 
caused great offence m Dresden, but they might be entitled 
* Siberian Studies' for any likeness they bear to the people 
therein described " M BETHAM-EJDWJLBDS * Acad , Ix 505 

4. Garth, a Novel, Lon., 1877, 3 vols p Svo 

"'Garth' strikes us as a decided improvement upon 
1 Bressant and * Idolatry ' it is a very much riper and wiser 
work We must add that we use these terms in a strictly 
relative sense; for Mr Hawthorne's standing fault seems 
to be a certain incurable immaturity and cruouty " Notion, 

5 Mrs. GrainsbarougVs Diamonds a Story, N. York, 
1878, 16mo 6. Sebastian Stiome a Novel, Lon , 1S3 9, 
3 vote p 8vo. 

" Find what fault with the story we may, and it is un- 
questionably a story of very ntful and uue\ en power, there 
is a forte of passion and gemus in the book which it is im- 
possible to ignore " &peetofor. In 1476 

7. Ihe Laughing Mill, and other Stories, Lon , 1879, 
p 8vo 8 Archibald Malmaison, Lon, 1879, p SVG. 

"Strong as the telling may be, it is so bluntly, boldly 
worked out as to be only horrible "Nation, xxxvm 449 

9. Eliice Qaentm, and other Stones, Lon., 1S80, 2 vols 
p Svo 10 Yellow Cap, and other Fairy Stones for 
Children, Lon , 1880, p 870 11 Prince SaiomS Wife, 
and other Stories, Lon , 1882, 2 vols p Svo 12 Bea- 
trix Randolph a Novel, Lon , 188), 3 volb p Svo 13. 
Dust a Novel Ulnae. N York, 1883, 12mo. 14. 
Fortune's Fool, Lon., 1883, 3 vols. Svo. 15 Nathaniel 
Hawthorne and ins Wife a Biography, Bost , 1884, 2 
vols. Svo 

" By the help of his father's very copious notes of the 
sayings and dolugs and looks of the children and 
with his own recollections of boyhood to draw upon be- 
sides for the later period, he has taken us into the intimacy 
of the household, and confided the charm and dignity and 
wisdom of Hawthorne's fatherhood. The biography 
w like Mr James s ' Hawthorne' in that it fails to give any 
history of that immortal part of the man in wuich the 
world tafeesintere&f;."JVa&7i,xixix 525 

16 Love or a Name, Lon, 1885, p Svo. 17 Miss 
CaUogna, a Romance, Lon , 1885, p. Svo. 18 Noble 
Blood, N Yprk, 1883, 12mo 19, John Parmelee's Curse 
N. York, 1886, 16mo, 20 The Trial of Gideon, and 
Countess Almara*s Murderer, N York, 1886, 12mo. 21 
Confessions and Criticisms, Bost , 1886, Svo 

He confesses the vital principles of his intellectual 
life his esthetic religious, anS philosophical creed His 
criticisms, m themselves, are a plight matter, though there 

22 'A IWi<j Mystery ; from the Diary of Inspector 
Byraes, N. York, 1887, X6mo. 23. An American Pen- 
S ai l ? fSS? t % Dl * ry of Inspector Byrnes, Lon and N, 
York, 1887, pAra 24. The Groat Bank-Robbery , from 
the Diary of ftiispeetor Byrnes, Lon and N. York, 1887, 
p. Svo <25. Another's Crime, from the Diary of In* 
speotar Barnes, N, York, 1888, 16ino. 20 David Pom- 
tester's Disappearanee, and other Tales, N. York, 1888, 
Iteo. 27 A Brew and a Forgetting - a Novel, N. 
Y*rk and Ckifc, W% 12mo. 28 The Professor's Sitter 
a Bounce, N. York and Gtofc, 1888, }2mo 29. Seetion 
658 * 392 Tbe Fa * tal Letler * from th * Diaiy of Inspector 


Byrnes, N York, 1888,1 6m o 30 Smfire, [also] Douglas 
Duane, by Edgar Fawcett, Phila, 1888, 12mo 

Hawthorne* Nathaniel, [ante, TO] i, add,] 
1804-1864 In 1857, after retiring from the consulship 
at Liverpool* Hawthorne travelled on the Continent, 
making A long stay in Italy He returned to England 
In 18o9, and m li>bl (1860 ?) to America, where he again 
took up his residence at Concord He died at Plymouth, 
N H , while on a trip to the White Mountains with ex- 
President Pierce. For biog, see HAWTHORNE, JULIAN, 
supra, and JAMES, HENRY, wfiu 1 The Marble Eaun, 
Bost , 1860, 42mo , Eng ed , entitled " Transformation , 
or, The Romance of Monte Beni," Lon , I860, 3 vols 

" It has a great deal of beauty, of interest and grace , but 
it has, to ray sense, a slighter value than its companions, 
and I am far irom regarding it as the masterpiece of the 
author, a portion to which we sometimes hear it assigned 
The subject IB admirable, and so are many of the details , 
but the whole thing is less, siraple and complete than either 
of the three tales of Amen can liie "HENRY JAMES J3aw- 
tlwne, (* JSngluth Men oj Lett s ") Amer ed , p 160 

2 Our Old Home, Bost, 18W, ICmo a Pansie & 
Fragment: the Last Literary Effort of Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne, Lon , 1 864, 12mo 4 Passages from the Amei lean 
Note-Books of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Bost and Lon , 
1868, 2 vols Svo 5 Passages from the English Note- 
Books of Nathaniel Hawthorne. [Edited by his Widow ] 
Bost , 1870, 2 vols I2mo 

14 There remains to be noted the occasional shrewdness 
of observation , some anecdotes, of men like Buchanan, 
Thackeray, Jerrold, and Lord Houghton , a few good de- 
scriptions of show-places in England and Scotland, and, 
finailj the general readableness, m virtue of the water's 
celebntj t as well as of the skill with which he does the 
work in hand and the intrinsic interest of the things he 
writes about "Nation, xi 59 

6. Passages from the French and Italian Note-Books 
of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Lon , 1871, 2 vols Svo 

" His journals throw but very little light on his personal 
feelings, and even less on his genius per se They 
deepen our sense of that genius, while they singularly di 
mmifeh our impression of his general intellectual power 
These volumes of Italian notes, charming as they are. 
are on the whole less rich and (substantial than those of 
England The theme m this case is evidently loss conge- 
nial We seem to see him strolling through churches 
ana galleries ats the last pure American, attesting by his 
shy responses to dark canvas aud cold marble his loyalty 
to a simpler and less encumbered civilization " H JAMES, 
JB Nation, xiv 172 

7. Septimiua Felton, or, The Elixir of Life, Bost, 
1372, 12mo. Eng. ed , entitled "Septimius a Ro- 
mance," Lon., 1872. (This was edited by Una Haw- 
thorne ) 

' Of course It cannot take rank with Hawthorne's fin- 
ished works, but no other author of our time could have 
written it "Ath t No 2830. 

" After making allowance for the incomplete state of the 
story, we must confess that to our taste Hawthorne appears 
to have in this case ventured rather too far into the dim 
dreamland of the grotesque and unnatural Ihe fatory, 
however Is powerful and interesting as it stands The 
art is admirable, but we can hardlj call it healthy 

1*5 uw - WWi -tfcOC/ , AA*JLIY OV 

8 Tales of the White Hills, Bost , 1877, 16mo & A 
Virtuoso's Collection, and other Tales Boat , 1877, 16ino. 
10 The Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Bost , 1879, 
24 vols 18mo 11. The Complete Works of Nathaniel 
Hawthorne with Introductory Note* by G- P. Lathrop* 
Illust Bost , 188% 12 vola Svo 12 Sketches and 
Studies, Bost , 1883, 16mo 13 Dr. Griinshawe'a Secret * 
a Romance Edited, with Preface and Notes, by J-ulian 
Hawthorne Bost and Lon, 1883 p Svo (A fragment ) 
"The publication of *Dr Gnmshawe's Secret,' though it 
contains detached passages which are full of Hawthorne's 
thought and style, cannot add to Hawthorne's reputation " 
Sat Ren. , Iv 25 

J'iP h j lt; ab , 01 i.nds in passages marked by all the beauties 
of Hawthorne's be^t writing, It Is as a whole crude and raw 
; * * e ! ve r of Hawthorne will be glad 10 find in the feet 
that the book required editing' a justification for de- 
clining to become interested in it, at feast until he knows 

Sf r f pr A? 1 J 5ely what the Umlts of tjl editor'* labors 
were n ~~ Nahon> xxxv 66 

Hawthorne, Rainey. 1 The Ruling Passion, 
Lon , 1867, S vols. p $vo 2 The B-ich Husband . a 
Novel of Real Life, Lon , 1858, 3 vote I2mo 

Hawthorne, Robert, Ph D , professor i& Argyll 
College, Parnihgam, India. The Student's Manual of 
Indian History, Lon , 1885, 8vo 

Hawthorne, Sophia, (Peabady,) 1810-1871, 

at baton, Mass , married/ 1W2, to Nathaniel Hdw- 
K * tes m E Slaad an<f Italy, N fork, 


Hawtrey, Mrs. 1. The Alphabet of Fruits, for 
Good Children. Illust. Lon., 1866, 16mo. 2. My Sun- 
day Companion : Hymns and Poems, Lon., 1869, 16mo. 
3. Village Songs. Illust. Lon., 1876, 16mo. 

Hawtrey, Miss Edith. Talent in Tatters; or, 
Some Vicissitudes in the Life of an English Boy. By 
Hope Wraythe, [pseud.] Illust. Lon., 187S, p. Svo. 

Hawtrey, Edward JH. Corydalis: a Story of 
the Sicilian Expedition, [verse,] Lon., 1880, sm. Svo. 

Hawtrey, Louisa* Castle Cornet ; or, The Island's 
Troubles in the Troublous Times, Lon., 1872, p. Svo. 

Hawtrey, Rev. Montagu John Gregg, M.A., 
graduated, senior optiine, at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
1829; ordained 1833 ; rector of Rimpton 1841. 1. Spon- 
sors for the Poor, 1840. 2. Earnest Address to New Zea- 
land Colonists with Reference to their Intercourse with 
the Native Inhabitants, 1840. 3. Justice to New Zea- 
l<ind, Honour to England, Lon , ISfil, Svo. 

Hawtrey, Rev. Stephen Thomas, M.A., d. 
1886, aged 78 j graduated at Trinity College, Cambridge, 
1S32 ; mathematical master of Eton College 1851-71 j 
warden of St. Mark's School 1871 1. The Story of a 
"Week spent by St. Mark's School, Windsor, on Board a 
Man-of-War, Windsor, 1859, 12mo. Privately printed. 
2. St. Mark's School by the Sea-Side in the Summer of 
1861, Lon., 1861, Svo. 3. Reminiscences of a French Eton, 
Lon., 1867, Svo. Privately printed. 4. A Narrative Essay 
on a Liberal Education,' Lon , 1868, Svo. 5. The Aims, 
Duties, and Rewards of a School-Master, Lon., 1870. 6 
An Introduction to Euclid. Part I. Lon., 1874, 12mo j 
new ed., 1884. 

Hay, Sir Alexander. Estimate of the Scottish 
Nobility during the Minority of James the Sixth, 
(Grampian Club Pub.,) Lon., 1873, Svo. 

Hay, Arthur, ninth Marquis of Tweeddale, 
1S24-1S78, b. at Yester ; educated at Leipsic and Geneva , 
served in the army 1841-66, retiring with the rank of 
colonel 5 succeeded to the title 1876. He contributed 
many papers on ornithology to Ibis, the Transactions 
of the Royal Zoological Society, and other scientific 
periodicals, which were collected after his death. Or- 
nithological Works. Edited and revised by Capt. R. B. 
W. Ramsay, P.L.S., &o. : together with a Biographical 
Sketch by W. II. Russell, LL.D , Lon., 1881, Svo. Printed 
for private circulation. 

Hay, C. A., and Jacobs, H. B* (Trans.) Doc- 
trinal Theology of the Lutheran Church exhibited and 
verified from Original Sources, by Heinrich Sehorid, 
Phila., 1875, Svo. 

Hay, David. 1. Domestic Servants: their Inter- 
ests and Duties, Lon., 1852, 2 two. 2. Home; or, The 
"Way to make Home happy, Lon., 1854, ISrno; 9th ed., 
1876, 3. A Father's Religious Counsels, addressed to 
his Son at School j new ed., Lon., 1860, 18mo. 4. "All 
for Christ:" a Brief Memorial of the Late J. Edge. Lon., 
1865, Svo. 5. G. Whitefield , or, Consecrated Eloquence, 
Lon., 1867, Svo. 

Hay, Ebenezer Story, of New Zealand, died 
young, leaving poems considered among the finest pro- 
duced in Australasia. Some Characteristics of Words- 
worth's Poetry, and their Lesson for us an Essay ; and 
some Poems by Fleta, Dunedin, N.Z., 1881. 

Hay, Elzey," (Pseud ) See ANDREWS, FAITOY, 

Hay, Rt* Rev* George, D.D., [ante, vol. i., add.,] 
Bishop of Danlis. 1. The Scripture Doctrine of Mira- 
cles Displayed, Lon., 1858, 12mo. 2. Work*. Edited by 
Bishop Strain. Edin., 1871-73, 7 vols. p. Svo. 

Hay, George, of Arbroath. 1. History of Ar- 
broath to the Present Time : with Notices of the Neigh- 
bouring District, Aibroath, 1876, cr. 4to. 2. (Ed.) 
Round about the Round with its Poets, Illust. Ar- 
broath, 1883, 4to j new ed., 1 885, Svo. 

"The letter-press of the volume Is mostly composed of 
Terse with a local colour, written py persons connected ^ 
the town." Ath, , No 2910. 

Hay, Helen Selina, Countess of Gifforu/, 
1S07-1867, daughter of Thomas Sheridan ; married, fii 
to the fourth Lord Dufferitt, and secondly, in 1S62, 
George, Earl of Gifford, (by courtesy,} son of the^ighth 
marquis of Tweeddale. Lisphigs from Low LutilEdes j 
or, Extracts from the Journal of tbie HOB, Imp^tem 
Oushington. [Edited by Lord DuJferia,] ,Iioa. f *"** 
obi. Svo. 

Hay , J* Marley. 1. The Scenery of the 
-with Pen and Pencil. Illust. Aberdeen, 1884; - 2. 
Lady of St. Arven, [verse,] Lon., 1884, $vo. 


Hay, James. New and Easy Method of Finding 
the Time at Sea, Edin., 1865, Svo. 

Hay, Rev. James, minister of the parish of Kirn. 
Johnson : his Characteristics and Aphoribms ; 2d ed., 
Lon , 1884, p. Svo. 

Hay, James William* 1. Catalogue of the Col- 
lection of Egyptian Antiquities belonging to the Late 
R. Hay, Lon., 1869, 16mo. 2. Mysie's Pardon, Edin., 
1873, 3 vols. p. Svo. 

Hay, Jane Eleanor. The Three Boys : a Child's 
Story. Illust. Lon , 1855, 16mo. 

Hay, Lieut. John, R.N. Pilotage of the British 
Channel, from Seilly to the Downs, Lon., 1S5Q, sq. Svo. 

Hay, John, rector of Musselburgh Grammar-School. 
The Self-Testing Arithmetic, on a New Plan, Glasgow. 
1868, cr. Svo. 

Hay, John, b. 1838, at Salem, Tnd. ; graduated at 
Brown University 1858, studied law in Springfield, 111., 
and was admitted to the bar in 1861, in which year he 
went to Washmgjfci as assistant secretary to President 
Lincoln, remaini with him till his death. He also 
acted as Lincoln's adjutant and aide-de-camp, served for 
several months under Gens. Hunter and Gillmore, and 
was brevetted colonel. He was first secretary of legation 
at Pans 1865-67, charge d'affaires at Vienna 187-6S, 
and secretary of legation at Madrid 1 868-70 j assistant 
secretary of state 1879-81. He was an editorial writer 
on the New York Tribune between 1870 and 1875, and 
is joint- author with J. G. Nicolay of an elaborate Life 
of Abraham Lincoln, published as a serial^n the Century 
Magazine, 1887, &c. 1. Castihan Days, BdK., 1871, 12mo. 

"In spite of some interferences with the reader's pleas- 
ure, 'Castihan Days' is a very readable book, so trust- 
worthy is Mr Hay's sense of what will agreeably engage 
the attention of the general reader without jading it, so in- 
teresting is the nation \vhich he describes, so good were 
his opportunities of close observation of the political 
leaders who have been of especial interest of late, and so 
much more clear and lively than is common is his way of 
expressing himself" Nation, xiv. 93 

2. Pike County Ballads, and other Pieces, Bost., 1871, 
12mo; newed., Lon., 1886. ^ 

" It cannot be denied tfoat there is^aint vigour ij^f 
Hay's manner of tellinHftese anecdotes, but thIP is 
nothing m the ballads lo warrant the praise bestowed 
upon them by the American press,' 1 Ath., No. 2291. 

" Full of sharp, graphic touches, which bring the vivid- 
est scenery, physical and moral, before your eyes.** $pee- 
totor.xUvr&fi ~^ 

3. Little Breeches, and other Pieces, Hu?B||us, De- 
scriptive, and Pathetic, Lon., 1871, 12mo. 

Hay, Sir John Charles Dairymple, 
C.B., F.R S., b. L82I, and educated at Rugb 
the British navy ; served in China, the Crim$_ 
where, and retired as rear-admiral in 1870. He has 
been several times returned to Parliament from different 
boroughs. 1. The Reward of Loyalty, Edin., 1862, Svo. 
2. Remarks on the Loss of H.M.S. "Captain," Lon., 
1871, 8vo. 3, Ashanti and the Gold Coast, and what 
we know of it : a Sketch, Lon., 1873, p. Svo. J**** 

Hay, Martyn. Madeline HeathooteJJdin., 1873, 
p. Svo. *^ 

Hay, Mary Cecil, 1S40M88B, daughter of T. W. 
Hay, a watchmaker at Shrewsbury j spent her latter years 
at Bast Preston, Sussex. 1. Hidden Perils, Lon., 1873, 
3 vols. p. Svo, 2. Old Myddleton's Money, Lon., 1874, 
3 vols. p. Svo. S* Victor and Vanquished, Lon., 1874, 
3 vols. p. Svo. 4, Brenda Yorke, and other Tales, Lon., 
1875, 3 vols. p. Svo, 5. The Squire's Legacy, Lon., 1875, 
3 vols* p. Svo. 6. Norn's Love-Test, Lon., 1876, 3 vols. 
Svo. 7. The Arundel Motto: a Novel, Lon,, 1877, 12mo. 
8. tinder the Will, and other Tales, Lon., 1877, 3 vols. p. 
Svo. 9 For her Dear Sake, Lon., 1880, 3 vols. cr. Svo. 
10. Missinsf, and other Tales, Lon., 1881, 3 vol?. p. Svo j 
new ed., 1883. 11. A Sifter's Sacrifice, Ac M Lon*, 1881, 
p. Svo. 12, Dorothy's Venture, L<m., 1882, 3 v 
8vo. 13. Bid Me Discourse, and other Tales, Lon 
$ vols, p. Svo; newed., 1884. 14. Lester's Secret! 
1885, a vols. cr. Svo. 15. A Wicked Girl, and 
Tales, Lon., 1&86, 3 vols. p. Svo. 

Hay, Matthew. An Experimental Investigation 
of the Physiological Action of Saline Cathartics, Edin., 
13B4, Svo. 

Hay, Robert. Eedstan: a Tale of the Welsh 
Border, and other Sketches, Biographical and Descrip- 
tive. Lon., 1S65, Svo. 

Hay, Thomas. History of a Case of Recurring 
Tumor of the Orbit in a Child. Plates. 


Hay, William. 1 Decisions on the Poor- Law of 
Scotland m the tourt of Scions, and Awards liy Arbu 
tration, Lon, 1859, 8\o 2. Decisions of the Supreme 
Courts of England and Scotland on the Liability ot Pro- 
prietors Miibter^ and Servants tor Repaid-tion of In- 
juries E<iin , I860, Svo 

Hay, William Delisle, PEGS 1 The Doom 
of the Great City Written AD 1942, Lon, 1S80, p 
Svo 2 Three Hundred Years Hence , or, A Voice from 
Posterity, Lon , 18S1, p Svo 3 Brighter Britain ' or, 
Settler and Maun in .Northern New Zealand, Lon ; 1882, 
2 "vols. p Svo 

"Brisk, frank and cheery is the tone of these volumes, 
and they are written with sense as well as spirit "Specta- 
tor, ivi 324 

4 Elementary Text-Book of British Fungi Illust 
Lon, 1887, Svo 5 The Fungus- Hunter's Guide and 
Field Memoianduin-Book with Analytical Keys to the 
Orders and Genera, and Notes of Iiapoitmt Species, 
Lon 18S7, p fevo 

"The author is a 5 ? plausible as the tcorae of his work 
is mischievous " HENRY T WH VBFON Acad , xsxn 272 

6 Blood- a Tragic Tdle, Lon , 1887, p 8\o 

Haycock, William, b at Huddersfield, Yorkshire, 
Eng , d about 1S72 1 Elements of Veterinary Homoe- 
opathy, or, A Treatise on the Diseases of the Horse and 
Cow, Lon , 1852, p Svo 2 On Hysteru in the Metre, 
Lon, 1854, Svo 3 Treitise on the Pnneiples and 
Practice of Vetennwy Medicine and Surgery, Lon, 

1858, Svo 4 The Gentleman's Stable Manual the Con- 
struction of $&e Suble, the Feeding and Grooming of 
Horses, Ac , Lon , 1859, Svo 5 Horses how they 
ought to be Shod, Lon , 1869, 4to 

Hay era ft, Margaret. 1 Songs of Peace, Lon , 
1883, 18uio 2 The New Head-Master Little Speed- 
well's Victory, Lon , 1886, p Svo 3 Rays and feain- 
bows a Story of Thanksgiving, Lon , 188(5, p 8\o 4. 
Wayside Chimes, Lon , lSi>6, 18mo. 5, Guiding Lights 
Illust Lon , 1388, 4to 6 Humpty-Duiapty Silver 
Bell?, <fce Illust Lon , 1SSS, p Svo 

Haycroft, Nathaniel. 1 The Cry of the La- 
bourer, or, An AflSfeAl to the Churches for the Better 
Support of their Pistors, Lon. 521857, 12rm> 2. Heroes 
and Lessons of St Baitholomew's Day, A D 1662, Lon , 
1862, I2uio, 2ded same year 3 Moses and Colenso, 
or, The Divme Authority of the Books of Moses, and the 
Objections of Dr Colenso. Lon , 1863, Svo 

Haydeu, Ferdinand Vandeveer, M D , LL D , 
1827- 18S8, b at We^theld, Mass j piofe^sor of miner- 
alogy and geology in the University of Pennsylvania 
1&60-72, was connected with the Geological and Geo- 
graphical Surveys of the United States fi om 1859 to 1886 
3. (Ed ) United States Geographical and Geological Sur- 
vey of the Temtones Reports i -vm Pub by U S 
Gov't Wash , 1867-7&, Svo 2. Sketch of the Origin and 
Progress ot the United States Geological and Geograph- 
ical Survey ot the Territones, Wash , 1877, Svo 3 The 
Yellowstone Nation il Pa,rk and the Mountain Regions 
ot Idaho, Nevadn, Colorado, and Utih Illust and Maps 
Wash., 1877, fol. With SELWYV, ARC, North 
America, (-" Stan fords Compendium of Geography and 
Travel ") Maps and Illust. Lon , 1883, p Svo 

Hayden, H* Henry* Autobiography, N York, 
1880, 8vo ' 

Hayden, Jabez Haskell. Records of the Con- 
necticut Line of the liaydtn Family, Hartford, 1388, 

Ha yd en, Rev. John, Independent mimgrer, 1 
The Walk and Tnurnph of ITaith, exemplified in the 
Life and Death of A. Wright, Lon , 1852, Svo 2. A 
Letter on Family Worship By J K. Lon,, 1853, 
32mo, 3. A Skttch of a Tour in Switzerland, Lon . 

1859, Svo 4 Sketch of the Life of the Late S Weston, 
Minister of the Independent Church, Woburn, Back- 
inghimshiro, High Wycftmbe, 1857, Svo 5, Biographi- 
cal Sketch of Cornelius Berry, Lon , 1865, p Svo 

HayUen, John J. The Baron of Epperfeld; or, 
The Poor CUre* a Mediaeval Romance, Lon., 1878, or. 

Hayden, Marie L. Through Fire; or, At Home 
and Abroad, V, York, 1^82, 4to. 

Uaydea, Sidey Washington and his Masonic 
Cpiwp^er^ Illust N, York, 1 86b, 1 2mo , new ed , 1875. 

Htiyden, Mrs. Sumner. Vella Yeraell; or. An 
Amazing Marriage, N York, 1887, 12mo 

Havden. Thnmn. Th^ nfBooa A nf tv. TJ^^.J. 


vols. With CRirrsp, Flutters RTCHAHD, Report on the 
Cholera Epidemic of 18bb, Dublin, Ibft7, 8vo 

Haytlen, H iHiam. A Very Close Approach to the 
Geometrical Quadrature of the Circle being a Con- 
struction wherein no Error is found on Investigation, 
Chicheter, 1872, Svo 

Hay den, William Benjamin. 1 Science and 
Revelation, or, The Bearing oi Modem Scientific De- 
velopments upon the Interpretation of the First Eleven 
Chapters of Genets, Bost , 1852, I2mo 2 On the Phe- 
nomena of Modern Spiritualism, Bost , 1855, 16rno 3 
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Final Issues, Bost, 1863, I6rno 4, Ihe Apocalyptic 
Dispensation Ten Lectures on the Book of Revelation, 
Bost , 1865, 12ino 5 Light on the Last Things, Lon , 
1869, 12mo, new ed , rev ,1877 6 Dangers of Modern 
Spiritualism, 4th ed , N York, 1870, 12mo 7 The 
Heydous in England and America a Fragment of Fam- 
ily History, Lon , 1877, Svo 8 Our Heavenly Father's 
Book a Compilation of Truths and Facts about the 
Bible Pait II , New Testament N York, 1888, 24mo 

Haydn, H. C. 1 Lay Effort its Range and 
Methods, N York, 1S77, sq ]6mo 2 Death and Be- 
yonl, N York, 187S, 12mo 3 Amusements in the 
Light of Reason and Scripture, N York, 1880, 16mo 

Haydon, Frank Scott, 1822-1887, son of Ben- 
jamin Kobert Ha\don, (q v , wife, voi i ,) was assistant 
keeper in the Public Record Office (Ed ) EuTomum 
(flistoriarum siv e Terapons ) Chromcon al) Oi bt Condito 
usque ad Annum Domini 1336 a Monacho quodam 
Maltce-binensi exaratuin vols 1,11, and in Lon, 
1858-64, Svo 

Ha* don, Frederick Wordsworth, 1827-1886, 
son of B R Haydon, (*, ^ol i ,) served in the navy, 
and was dismissed in 1867. Benjamin Eobert Haydon 
Correspondence and Table-Talk with a Memoir, Lon , 
Ib7b 2 vols 8vo 

" The mais of the matter is nut of proportion to the 
interest found in it " Sat Rev , xli 211 

Hay do n, G. H. 1 Five Years* Experience in 
Australia Jehx Illust Lon, 1846, r. Svo 2 The 
Australian Immigrant a Kainblmg Story, Lon , 1861, 
2 vols r Svo 

Haje, Anthony Oneal* 1 The Mirage of Life, 
and other Poems, Edm, 1860, 12mo 2 The Persecu- 
tion of the Knights Templa-iB, Edin , 1865, p Svo. 3, 
The Sabbath By a Late Scots Episcopalian Edin, 
1876 Svo 

Haye, T. D. 1 (Trans) English Positnism, by 
H Tame, Lon , 1870, p Svo 2 (Trans) On Intelli- 
gence, by H Tame, Lon , 1871, p Svo 

Hayes, JU184. (Ed ) Song 5 * of France, with English 

Wordfc, Lon , 1879, r 8\o \\ ith KAPPPY, , (ed ) 

Pongs of Germany Volksheder, Genmm aud English 
Words, Lon , 1877, r Svo 

Hayes, Alfred, M A. I, The La*t Crusade, and 
other Poems, Birmingham, 188(5, p Svo 2 David 
Western, [verse,] Birmingham, 1886, p Svo 

"Mr Hayes has the virtues of sincerity of mind and 
loftiness of aim, he looks at nature with a most constant 
heart howbeit he has an all too Tennvboinan cast in Ins 
eye, he has plenty of thought and plenty of words " Sat 

Hayes, Augustus Allen, Jr. 1. New Colorado 

ami the Santa F6 Trail Illu-t N York, 1875, 8\o, 
new ed, 1S&0 2. The Jesuit's Ring a Romance of 
Mount Desert, N York 1887, 12mo 

Hayes, t harles Wells. \\ ilham Wells of South- 
old an*J his Descendant*, A.D 10tJ8 to 1878, Buffalo, 
NY, 1878, flvo 

Hayes* Con. F* Ida a Monodrama, [verse,! Lon , 
1S82, 8\o 

" Hayes, Henry," (Pseud ) See KIHK, MRS* B 
W, -?// 

Hayes, Henry* What is Baptism? Ts it a Ihc- 
tum* Considered by a No-Party Man, HoIIoway, Eng, 
1859, Svo Anon ' & * 

Hayes, Isaac Israel, M.D , 1832-1881, b in Ches- 
ter Co , Pi , took his medical degree at the University 
of Pennsylvnnm in 1854, and sailed &8 surgeon of the 
second (Srmnell expedition under Dr. K&ne, In 1860 
he sailed in command of an expedition fitted out by pub- 
he subscription for the discovery of an open polar sea. 
During the civil war he was commissioned surgeon of vol- 
unteers and brevetted lieutenant-colonel, and m 1869 h 
again vmt&d ftmtiland. He received the founder's 


Arctic Boat- Journey in the Autumn of 1854. Illust 
Bost. and Lon f I860, 12nioj new ed., enl , 1SS:J. 

" The modesty and good taste with which he tells his 
story are just what might have been expected from the 
nature of the exploits which it relates." Sat Reu , ix. 612. 

2. Physical Observations in the Arctic Seas, 1860 and 
1861, Wash., 1867, 4to. J. The Open Polar Sea : a Nar- 
rative of a Voyage of Discovery in the Schooner " United 
States." Illust. N. York, 1867, Svo. 4. Cat A way m the 
Cold : an Old Man's Story of a Young Man's Adventures, 
as related by Captain John Hardy, Mariner, Lon., 1869, 
16mo. 5. The Land of Desolation : being a Personal 
Narrative of Adventure in Greenland, Lon., 1871, p. 
8vo ; N. York, 1872, 12mo. 6. Pictures of Arctic Travel. 
N. York, 1881, 12mo. 

Hayes, J. 11. Negrophobia "on the Brain" in 
White Men . an Es^ay on the Origin and Progress of the 
Negio Race, <fcc., Wash., 1869, 8vo. 

Hayes, J. W. The Draper and Haberdasher, (" In- , 
dustn il Library ;") 4th ed., Lon., 1878, 12mo. ! 

Hayes, John Lord, LL.D., 1812-1887, b. atSouth 
Beiwick, Me. ; graduated at Dartmouth 1831, and ad- I 
mnted to the bar 1835, He organized the Katahdm 
iron-works in Maine, and the Mexican, Rio Grande, and 
Pacific Railway Company. 1. Vindication of the Rights ! 
and Titles of Alexandei, Earl of Stirling and Dovan, i 
Wash., 1853, 2 parts, 8vo. 2. Notes upon Indigo. By 
J. L. H. Bost., Ib73. 8. United States Industrial Di- 
rectory, Bost., 1876, Svo. 4. The Angora Goat: its 
Ongin, Cultuie, and Products: with an Appendix on the 
Alpaca and its Congeners, or Wool- Hearing Animals of 
the Cordilleras of the Andes, N. Yoik, 1882, 12mo. 
Also, addresses and other pamphlets 

Hayes, Justin. Therapeutic Use of Faradaic and 
Galvanic GUI rents in the Electro-Thermal Bath, Chic., 
1877, 12mo. 

Hayes, Capt. M. Horace. 1. A Guide to Train- 
ing and Horse Management in India: with a Hmdu- 
etaneo Stable Vocabulary ; 2d ed., enl., Calcutta, 1875, 
Svo. 2. Veterinaiy Notes for Horse-Owners: an B very- 
Day Horse-Book. Illust. Lon., 1877, or. Svo j 3d ed., 
enl, 1884. 3. Riding on Flat and Across Country: 
Practical Horsemanship. Illust. Lon., 1881, p. Svo; 
2d ed., rev. and enl., 1882. 4. Indian Racing Reminis- 
cences. Illustrated by J. K. Ferguson. Lon., 18S4, p. 
Svo. 5. The Student's Manual of Tactics, Lon., 188-J, 
p. Svo. 6. Soundness and Age of Horses: Guide to 
Examination, Illust. Lon., 1887, p. Svo. 

Hayes, Margaret E. 1 Miss Jeanj or, Lives 
that Tell, Lon., 1882, p. Svo. 2. The Boys of Drayton, 
or, Some that Go and Some that Stay, Lon., 1S84, p. Svo. 
3. In his Courts, Lon., 1S84, p. Svo. 4. My Lass, Lon., 
1885, p. Svo. 

Hayes, Philip Cornelius, b. 1S33, in Granby, 
Conn. ; graduated at Oberhn I860, and at the Theologi- 
cal Seminary 1863; served through the civil war, and at 
its close was brevetted biigadier-general of volunteers. 
History of the One Hundred and Third Ohio Regiment, 

Haygood, Atticns Green, D.D., LL.D., b, 1839, 
in Watkmsville, Ua j graduated at Emorv College, Ga., 
in 1859 ; was licensed to preach in the Methodist E|i<- 
C6pal Church, and was president of Emory College 1876- 
84. 1. Our Keepsake, Nashville, Tenn , 1871, Svo. 2. 
Our Children, N. York, IS76, 12rao, 3. Close up the 
Bar- Rooms, Mticon, <>a., 1S80, 12in<>. 4. Our Brother 
in Black: his Freedom and his Future, N.York, 18F1, 
12mo. 5. Sermons and Speeches, Nashville, Tenn , 1S83, 
12mo. With MC!NTOSH, K. M , (ed.) Priiyer and Praise: 
Hymns and Tunts for Prayer-Meetings, &c., Macon, Ga., 
1883. Svo. 

Hayley, R, M. 1. (Bl.) Memoirs of Madame 
Tus^aud, Lon., 1878, 12mo. 2. Biographies of Great 
and Famous Men and Women of the Present Period. 
First Series. Lon., 18S1, r. Svo. 

Hayllar, Miss Florence H. 1. First Efforts, 
[verse,] Brighton, 1SS1, p. tfvo. 2. Camilla and Ger- 
trude, ami other Poems, Lon., 1884, p. Svo. 

Hay man, Rev. Henry, D.D., b. 1823; educated 
at Merchant Taylors' School, London, and at St. John's 
College, Oxford, where he graduated lS45 f and a Fellow 
1848-55; assistant master at the Charterhouse 1853-55, 
afterwards head-master successively of St. Olaw's Gram- 
mar-School, Southwark, Cheltenham Grammar-School, 
St. Andrew's College, Bradford, and Bugby School ;L8&9 
-74, and since then rector of Aldmgham. 1. Dialogues 
of the Barly Church: L, Romej II., Syria f HL, Ca<r- 


thage, Lon., 1851, 12mo. 2. Retail Mammon; or, The 
Pawnbroker's Daughter, Lon., 1852, p. Svo. 3. (Ed.) 
Georgiea Virgihi. By H. H. Oxf,, 1854. 4. (Ed.) 
Bucolica. : the Bucolics of Virgil. By H. H. Oxf., 
1854. 5. Forms of Prayer for a Public School, Lon., 
1858, 12moj 3d ed., 1870. 6. Exercises in Translation 
of English Poetry -with Greek and Latin Verse, Lon., 
1864, 12mo. 7. Exercises in Translation from English, 
Latin, and Greek, Lon., 1S64, p. Svo. 8. (Ed.) The 
Ody&sey of Homer, 1866-81, 3 vols. Svo. 9. Letter on 
the Public Schools Latin Primer, Lon., 1S67, Svo. 10. A 
Fragment of the Jason Legend, Lon,, 1S7I, 12mo. 11. 
Sermons preached in Rugby School Chapel, Lon., 1S75, 
p Svo. 

Hay man, Mary. The Fortunes of Tom Haswell, 
and Tom Haswell'a Fortune, Lon., 1871, 2 vols. p. Svo. 

Hay man , Re v. Samuel, IS 18-1 SS6,b, at Youghal, 
Ireland, giaduated at Trinity College, Dublin, 1839; 
rector of Ardnageehy 1863, of Doneraile 18(57, of Car- 
rigaline 1872, and of Douglas from 1S75 j canon of Cork. 

I. Annals of Youghal, four series, 184S-5S. 2. Notes 
and Records of the Ancient Religious Foundations at 
Youghal, 1854. 3. Guide to Youghal, Ardmore, and 
ihe Black water. Map and ilk^t, 1860. 4. Sketch of 
;he Blaekwater from Youghal to Fermoy, 1860. 5. IIlus- 
Lrated Guide to St. Mary's Collegiate Church, <fce., at 
Youghal, 1S61. 6. Memorials of the Ancient Religious 
Foundations at Youghal and its Vicinity, 1863. 7. 
About Footsteps: in Twelve Chapters, Lon., 1869, p. 
Svo. 8. Looking Upward : a Country Pastor's Reveries, 
Dublin, 1871, Svo. 9. Papers from a Parsonage, Dublin, 
1872; 2d ed., 1876, p. Svo. 10. Passages from a Com- 
monplaee-Book, Dublin, 1873; new ed., 1876, p. Svo. 

II. Criteria,* or, The Divine Examen, Dublin, 1873; 
new ed., 1876, p. Svo. 12. Ministrations; or, Feeding 
the Flock of God, Dublin, 1875; new ed , 1876, cr. Svo. 

Hayman, Samuel* The Joint-Stock Manual, 
Lon., 1873; 2d ed., 1877, Svo. 

Haymond, C* 9 and Burch, J. C. California 
3ode of Civil Procedure, amended to 1S75-1S76 : Anno- 
tated, San Fran , 1 876, 2 vols. in 1, Svo. 

Hayne, Paul Hamilton, [ante, vol. i., add.,] 
1830-1886, b, at Charleston, S.C.; educated at the Col- 
lege of South Carolina ; entered on the practice of law, 
but gave it up for literature. At the outbreak of the 
civil war he became aide-de camp to General Piekens, 
but his health, naturally delicate, broke down, and ren- 
dered him unfit for active service. 1. Sonnet?, and other 
Poems, 1857. 2. Avolio : a Legend of the Island of Cos : 
with Poems, Lyrical, Miscellaneous, and Dramatic, Bost., 
I860, 16rno. 3 Legends and Lyrics, Phila., 1872, 12mo. 
4. (Ed.) The Poems of Honry Timrod: with a Sketch 
of the Poet's Life, N. York, 1873, 12mo. (See TIMROD, 
HENRY, ante, vol. iiu) 5. The Mountain of the Lovers: 
with Poems of Nature and Tradition, N. York, 1S75, 
12jno. 6. Lives of Robert Y. Hayne and Hugh S. Le- 
gare", 1878. 7. Poems. Complete ed., illust., Bost., 
1SS2, Svo. 

Hayne, Robert Y. Treatise on New Trial and 
Appeal, and other Proceedings for Review in Civil Cases, 
San Fran., 18S4, 2 vols. Svo. 

Haynes, C. M*, M.D. Elementary Principles of 
Electro-Therapeutics. Illust. Chic., 1S77, Svo. 

Haynes, D* H. Examinations in Medical Botany, 
Lon., 1 853, 12mo. 

Haynes, David C. The Baptist Denomination J 
its History, Doctrines, and Ordinances; its Polity, Per- 
secutions, and Martyrs, <&c., N. York, 1857, Svo; new 
ed., 1875. 

Haynes, Rev. E. M. A History of the Tenth 
Regiment Vermont Volunteers, Lewiston, 1870, Svo. 

Haynes, Rev. Emory James, b, 1846, at Cabot, 
Vt.; graduated at Wesleyan University 1S67, and has 
since then held various pastorates in the Methodist 
Church. I. Are these Things so? Excerpts from Ser- 
mons, N. York, 1879, 12mo. 2. Fairest of Three: a 
Tale of American Life, N. York, 1S83, 16mo. 3. Dollars 
and Duties, N. York, 1887, 12mo. 

Hayne , Freeman Oliver* 1. Outlines of 
Equity: Lectures, Lon., 185S, p. Svo? 5feh ed., Lon,, 
18SO. 2. The Supreme Court of Judicature Acts, 1873 : 
with Notes, Lon., 1874, r. Svo. 3. Observations on the 
Defence of Purchase for Valuable Consideration without 
Notice, Lon., 188t>, Svo. 

Haynes, Gideon. Pictures from Prisons-Life : aai 
Historical Sketch of the Massachusetts State Prison, 
69, 12mo. 


Haynes, John Bishop* How to supply the 
Agricultural Labourer with Beer at a Low Price, in- 
volving an Argument for the Repeal or Reduction of the 
Malt Tax, Lon., 1865, Svo. 

Haynes, John Edward, Pseudonyms of Au- 
thors : including Anonyms and Initialisms, N. York, 
1882. Svo. 

Haynes, Rev. John Frederick, LL.D., or- 
dained 1S76 j vicar of Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, since 1887. 
1. The Student's Statutes: being the Principal Pro- 
visions of some Important Acts of Parliament in a Con- 
den-ed Form, Lon., 1875, Svo; 3d ed., 1884. 2. The 
Student's Leading Cases: being some Principal De- 
cisions in the Courts of Constitutional, Common, and 
Ciiminal Law: with Notes, Lon., 1878, Svo; 2d ed., 
1884. 3. The Practice of the Chancery Division of the 
High Court of Justice and on Appeal therefrom, Lon., 
1879, Svo. 4. The Student's Guide to the Law of Bank- 
ruptcy, Lon , 1S8H, Svo. 5. The Student's Guide to the 
Practice of the Supreme Court, Lon., 1S83, Svo. 6. 
Lectures on Bankruptcy, Lon., 1884, p. Svo. With NEL- 
HAM, THOMAS AMBROSE, The Honours Examination Di- 
gebt, Lon., 1883, Svo. 

Haynes, M, S. (Ed.) Right to the Point: from 
the Wntings of T. L. Cuyler, ("Spare Minute" Ser.,) 
Bost., 1884, 12mo. 

Haynes, S. R. The American Farrier and Horse- 
man's Companion, Phila., 1865, 16mo. 

Haynes, Stanley* Healthy Homes, Lon., 1881, 

Haynes, William. My Log: a Journal of the 
Pioceedings of the Flying Squadron, Devonport, 1871, 

Hays, Frances. Women of the Day: a Biograph- 
ical Dictionary of Notable Contemporaries, Lon., 1SS5, 
p. Svo. 

Hays, George P. B very-Day Reasoning; or, 
The Science of Inductive, Logic, Phila., 1877, 12mo. 

Hays, Mrs* Helen. 1. Aspirations, N. York, 
1S86, 12moj Eng. ed., entitled "Lillo and Ruth; or, 
Aspirations," Lon., 1887. 2. Her Loving Heart, Lon., 
1S88, p. Svo. 

Hays, Matilda M. 1. Helen Stanley, Lon., 1846, 

?. Svo. 2. (Trans.) Mauprat, by George Sand, Lon., 
851, p. Svo. 3. (Trans.) ITadette, by George Sand, Lon., 
1851, p. Svo. 4. Adrienne Hope: the Story of a Life, 
Lon., 1865, 2 vols. p. Svo. 

Hays , Mrs. W. J. 1. Princess Tdleways : a Fairy 
Story. Jllust. N. York, 1879, sq. 16ino. 2 The Do- 
mestic Heroine : a Story for Girls. Illust. N. York, 
1S82, I2mo. 3. The Lovmg Sister: a Story for Big 
Girl?, N. York, 1883, 12mo. 

Hayter, Sir Arthur Divett, Bart., M.A., b. 
1835: junior lord of the treasury 1880-82; financial 
secretary at the war office 1882-85. Essays on Produc- 
tion, and its Increase by the Freedom of Commerce and 
the Best Distribution of Capital and Labour, Lon., 1864, 


Hayter, Henry Heylyn, C.Ma., b. 1821, at 
Eden Vale, Wiltshire; emigrated to Victoria in 1S52, 
and was for many years employed in the department of 
the registrar-general, at the head of the statistical 
branch, which in 1874 was erected into a separate de- 
partment, with Mr. Hayter at its head, under the title 
of government statist. 1. Notes on the Colony of Vic- 
tona: Historical, Geographical, Meteorological, and Sta- 
tistical, Melbourne, 1875, Svo; 2d ed , 1876. 2. Hand- 
Book to the Colony of Victoria, Melbourne, 1S84, Svo; 
2d ed., rev., 1S85. 3. My Chiistmas Adventure, Car- 
boons, and other Poems, Melbourne, 1S87. 

Hay ward, Abraham, [^, vol. i. t add.,] 1S01- 
1884, b, at Wilton, Wiltshire; wa-s articled to a solic- 
itor, but afterwards entered at the Middle Temple, was 
called to the bar in 1830, and became queen's counsel in 
1845. Though the founder of the Law Magazine, which 
he edited 1828-44, and a special student of the literature 
and history of law, he had only a small practice, and 
was known chiefly as a literary man and raconteur. 
He was for many years a constant contributor to the 
Quarterly Keview and to other periodicals. For biog., 
see CARLISLE, HENRY E., ttupra. 1. Some Account of a 
Journey across the Alps : in a Letter to a Friend, Lon., 
1S34, 12mo^ Anon. Printed for private circulation. 2. 
Verses of other Days, Lon., 1847, sm. 8vo. Anon. 
Printed for private circulation. Reprinted, with addi- 


tion?, 1878. 3. The Art of Dining; or, Gastronomy and 
Gastronomers, Lon., 1852, Svo Anon. New ed , 1883. 
4. Lord Chesterfield, his Life, Character, and Opinions; 
and George Selwyn, his Life and Times, Lon., 1854, cr. 
8vo. 5. More about Junms: the Franciscan Theory 
Unsound. Lon , 1868, 8vo. 

" Exhibits the sagacity of an astute lawyer and of an 
accomplished critic? 'Sat. J2ev., xxv. 87. 

6. The Second Arinada . a Chapter of Future History, 
Lon., 1871, sm. Svo. Anon. 7. Biographical and Crit- 
ical Essays. Series II. and III. Lon., 1873-74, 3 vols. 

" Mr Hayward's Essays . . . rather gain than lose by re- 
production in a collective form , for the reader becomes 
accustomed to Mr Hayward's mode of treatment, which is 
characteristic, though it is exempt from mannerism." 
Sat, JRev., xxxv. 184 

" A master of the processes by which half a score of 
huge books may be boiled down into a single article, he 
puts his facts into the concisest language, and, having 
made a point, leaves it to commend it&elt Hence comes 
the detect of some of his papers , a redundancy of anec- 
dotes which fail to produce a satisfactory effect, because 
they thrust one another out of the reader's memory," 
Ath, No. 2363, 

" He is popular because he overflows with anecdote and 
personal story. It would be unjust to say that he is noth- 
ing if not anecdotical ... But, were it not for their re- 
dundancy of gossip about memorable persons, his volumes 
would offer lew attractions to ordinary readers." Ath., 
No 2408. 

"An inexhaustible knowledge of good stories, combined 
with the rarer power of telling them well, and a great 
familiarity with the lighter literature of modern times, 
make these essays very enjoyable reading for an idle hour. 
Whether they have cost Mr. Hayward much thought, or 
whether that which has not cost the author much thought 
can be of any real service, are questions which it is per- 
haps as ridiculous to ask as it would be to ask whether a 
moss-rose were good to eat." SAMUEL JR.. GARDINER: 
Acad. t v. 250. 

S. Goethe, ("Foreign Classics for English Headers,") 
Lon , 1878, p Svo. 

" He has attempted to describe for us a great man nay, 
one of the greatest men that ever lived by giving us, so 
to speak, his dimensions in ieet and inches, the color of 
his eyes and hair, his weight in pounds avoirdupois." 
Nation, xxvii 1S2. 

9. Selected Essavs, Lon , 1878, 2 vols. p. Svo. 

" There is no better or more pleasant way of describing 
people than by recording their best sayings and most char- 
acteristic actions, and there is nobody m our generation 
who has shown such a power as Mr Hayward of extract- 
ing titbits from biographical memoirs, stringing them In 
a natural order and supplementing them from his own 
sources " Acad. t xv. 91. 

10. Sketches of Eminent Statesmen and Writers; with 
other EssaTS, Lon., 1S80, 2 vols. Svo. Also, pamphlets. 
And see PIOZZI, MRS. H. L., ante, vol. 11 , and WYNN, 
Miss F. W M mite, vol. ill. 

Hayward, Almira L. I. Illustrated Birthday 
Book ot Aimrican Poets Illut. New ed., Bost, 1881, 
24mo. 2. (Ed.) Chimes and Khymts for Holiday Times. 
Illust. Bust., 1882, 24uio. 

Haywaid, Ben. All Else of No Avail: a Novel, 
Lon., 18S8, 3 \ols. cr Svo. 

Hayward, Mrs. Caroline. The Battles of the 
Crimea: with other Poems on the Incidents ot the Cam- 
paign, Pott Hope, Cnnndi, 1855, 8vo. 

Hayward, Edward Dykes. 1. Legislation. By 
E. D. H. Lon., 1859, 8vo. 2. Can a WAI nor be a Leg- 
islator? By 11. Lon., 1861, Svo. 3. Kea&ons against 
Martial Law, Courts-Mai tial, <fcc. By E. D. H. Lon., 
1866, Svo, 

Hayward, Rev. Edward Farwell, b. 1851, at 
Lowell, Mass, j graduated at Harvard 1851 ; a Unitarian 
minister, 1. Willoughby . a Poem, Bost., 1879, 16im>. 
2, Ecce Spiritus: Statement of the Spiiitual Pnnciple of 
Jesus as the Law of Life, Bost., 1881, 12mo. 8. Patnce: 
her Love and Work : Poem, in Four Parts, Bost., 1883, 

Hayward, Elwes R. C. The Neapolitan Exiles : 
a Poem, Lon,, 1859, p. Svo. 

Hayward , Henry Howard. Dental Practice m 
Relation to Medical Science, Lon., I860, Svo. 

Hayward, J. Henry. (Ed.) Poetical Pen-Pio- 
tures of the War: selected from our Union Poets, N. 
York, 1863, 12ino. 

Hayward, John Williams, M.D., M.R.C.S., b. 
1828, at Stockport, Cheshire j took his medical degree at 
St. Andrews; practises at Liverpool. 1. The Vale of 
Con way Spa: its Nature, Piopeity, and Uses, Lon., 1865, 
Svo ; 2d ed., under the title of 4< Guide to Tretriw and 
the Vale of Coriway Spa," 1872; 3d ed., 1881, p. Svo. 


2. Taking Cold, (the Cause of Half our Diseases ) its 
Nature, Causes, Prevention, and Cure. Lon , 1865, p. 
8vo , 7th ed., enl., 1887. 

Hayward, Maria Ii. 1. The Huntingdon, Bost., 
1865, 12mo. 2. Mabel Lee, Bost., 1865, 16mo. 3. 
Vehna Lee, Bost., 1865, 16mo. 

Hayward, W. The Woman in Red, Lon., 1SS1, 12rno. 

Hayward, W. I. Table of Cases cited in the 
Georgia Reports, vols. i.-lxn., (1846-78.) Jersey City, 
NJ., 1881, 16oio. *' 

Hayward, W. R. The Botanist's Pocket-Book, 
Lon., 1872, 12mo. 

Hayward, William H. Camp Songs for the Sol- 
dier, and Poems of Leisure Moments, Bait., 1864, 12mo. 

Hayward, William Stephens. 1. Hunted to 
Death j or, Life in Two Hemispheres, Lon , 1862 ; new 
ed, 1869. 2. The Cloud-King j or, Up m the Air and 
Down in the Sea, Lon., 1865, 12rno. 3. The Fiery Cross 
a, Tale of the Great American War, Lon., 1866, 12mo j 
new ed., 1881. 4. The Demons of the Sea, Lon., 1866, 
12mo; new ed., 1881. 5. Tom Holt's Log: a Tale of 
the Deep Sea, Lon., 1868, 12mo. 6. The Island of Gold; 
or, The Cruise of the " Black Dog," Lon., 1868, 8\ r o. 7. 
The Diamond Cross, and how I won it, Lon , 1868, ]2mo. 
8. Lord Soatterbrain ; or, The Rough Diamond Polished, 
Lon., 1869, p. Svo. 9. Eulahej or, The Red and White 
Roses, Lon., 1869, p. 8vo. 10. Tales of the Wild and 
Wonderful, Lon., 1870, 12moj new ed , 1881. 11. The 
Black Angel, Lon., 1871; new ed., 1881, 12ino. 12. 
The Rebel Privateer : Cruise of the " Black Angel," Lon , 
1874 ; new ed., Lon., 1881, 12rao. 13. Rodney Ray ; or, 
The Life and Adventures of a Scapegrace, Lon., 1874, p. 
Svo. 14. Love and Adventure, Lon., 1874, p. Svo. 15. 
Caroline, a Novel, Lon., 1875, p. Svo. 16. Ethel Gray 
a Novel, Lon., 1875, p. Svo. 17. Love against the 
World, Lon , 1875, p. Svo. 18. Maude Luton : a Novel, 
Lon., 1875, p. 8vo. 19. Perils of a Pretty Girl : her Ad- 
ventures and Vicissitudes, Lon., 1875, p. Svo. 20 Ran 
Away from Home: a Life of Adventure, Lon M 1875, p. 
Svo. 21. Ten Years a Rover, Lon., 1875, p. Svo. 22. 
The Three Red Men : a Novel, Lon., 1876, p. Svo. 23. 
John Hazel's Vengeance, Lon , 1S80, Svo. 24. The Mu- 
tiny of the " Thunder," Lon , 1880, Svo. 25. The Star 
of the South : a Sequel of the " Black Angel ;" new ed., 
Lon., 1881, 12mo. 26. The Stolen Will : a Novel, Lon , 
1881, 12ino. 27. The Golden Reef; or, A Dive for Half 
a Million, Lon., 3S81, 12mo. 23. The Black Flag: a 
Romance, Lon., 1881, p. Svo. 29. Diana's Defenders,- 
or, Ten Years a Rover, Lon., 1SS2, I2mo. 30. The Colo- 
nel's Daughter: a Romance, Lon., 188*, 12ino. HI. 
Left to the World: a Novel, Lon., 1SSS, 12mo 32. The 
Idol's Eye : Adventures in Search of a Big Diamond, 
Lon , 1883, 12mo. 33. Andrew Lorimer ; or, The Young 
Surgeon of Festonhaugh, Lon., 1884, 12mo. 34. Robert 
the Rover; or, Adventures on the Spanish Mam, Lon., 
18S4, 12mo. 35. One in a Thousand, Lon., 18S5, 12mo. 

Haywood, Capt* A. G. R.A. Map Manoeuvres : 
an Elementary Account of the War Game, Manchester, 
188S, ISmo. 

Haywoodj F. (Trans.) Researches into the His- 
tory of the Roman Constitution, by Wilhelm Ihne, 
Lon., 1853, Svo. 

Haywood, John, [<wfe, vol. i., add.] Tennessee 
Supreme Court of Errors and Appeals Reports: with 
Notes and References by M. M. Bigelow, N. York, 1870, 

Haywood, John, professor of raa,thematics in Ot- 
terbein University. The Earth and its Chief Motions, 
and the Tangent Index, Dayton, , 1888, 12mo. 

Haywood, P, D. The Cruise of the "Alabama." 
By One of her Crew, With Notes from Historical Author- 
ities. Bost., 18S6, 16mo. (Suppressed hy the publishers ) 

Haywood, William G. Our Children, N. Yoik, 
1S76, 12mo. 

Haywood, X. Recreations of Leisure Hours: a 
Collection of Poems, 1865, Svo. 

Hazard, Caroline. Memoir of the Rev. J. Lewis 
Dhaan, D.D., Late Professor of History and Political 
Economy in Brown University : compiled from his Let- 
ters, Journals, and Writings, and the Recollections of 
his Friends, Bost., 1SS6, I6mo. 

" It Is his life as a scfcolar that these pages contain t . . 
and with t&ejr 4eta4s <are woven some personal impres- 
sions of him m his literary club, and brief notices of Taca- 
tfon days." ^Yo^ow, xliv. 40. 

Hazard, Elizabeth. Autumn Musing, and ,otm**r 
Poems, P^iJa., 1$? 


Hazard, Rowland Gibson, M.A., LL.B., [ante, 
vol. i., add.,] d. 1888. 1. Our Resources a Series of 
Articles on the Financial and Political Conditions of the 
United States, N. York, 1864, Svo. 2. Freedom of the 
Mind in Willing ; or, Every Being that Wills a Creative 
First Cause, N. York, 1S64, 12rno. 3. Essays on Finance 
and Hours of Labor, N. York, 1868. 4. Two Letters on 
Causation and Freedom m Willing : addressed to J. S. 
Mill, Bost. and Lon., 1869, p. Svo. 5. Man a Creative 
First Cause Two Discourses, Bost., 1883, Svo. 

" Devoted to showing that within his own consciousness 
every man has a wide chaotic sphere of sensations, de- 
sires, feelings, &c , which it is the business of his life to 
reduce to order and beauty ."Nation, xxxvii. 421. 

Hazard, Samuel. 1. Cuba, with Pen and Pencil, 
Hartford, Conn., 1870, Svo. 2. Santo Domingo, Past 
and Present : with a G-lanee at Hajti. Maps and Illust. 
N. York and Lon., 1873. 

"Compiled with praiseworthy care, and showing 
throughout more than common powers of observation and. 
judgment "Sat Kev , xxxv 57 

** it gives a condensed history, borrowed from a great 
variety of sources, of both parts of the island of San Do- 
mnigo ; and it de&cnbesin a readable manner theauthor's 
experiences of travel there in 1871, on the heels of, and 
partly m company with, the United States Commissioners. 
The illustrations are of a reallj helpful sort. . . Mr Haz- 
ard is a warm advocate f annexation." Nation, xvi. 183. 

Hazard, Thomas Robinson, [?ite, vol. i ? 
add ,] 1784-1876. 1. The Ordeal of Life, Graphically 
Illustrated in the Experiences of Fifteen Hundred Indi- 
viduals, Bost., ] 870, Svo. 2. Blasphemy: Who are the 
Blasphemers ? the " Orthodox" Christians or "Spiritual- 
ists" ? Bost., 1871, 1 2mo. 3. Eleven Days at Moravia, Bost. 
1871, 12mo. 4. Mediums and Mediumship, Bost., 1S71, 
12ino. 5. (Ed.) Spiritual Communion Tracts, Bost., 
1S76, 16mo. 6. Recollections of Olden Times, By Tom 
Shepherd, [pseud.] 1879. 

Hazard, Willis P. 1. The Art of Pleasing: the 
American Ladies' and Gentlemen's Book of Etiquette, 
Phila., 32mo. 2. The Jersey, Alderney, and Guernsey 
Cow : their History, Nature, and Management. Illust. 
Phila., 1872, Svo. 3. Butter and Butter-Making : with 
the Best Methods for Producing and Marketing it, Phila., 
1877, 12mo. 4. Annals of Philadelphia and Pennsyl- 
vania in the Olden Time. Illust. Phila., 1879, Svo. 
(Completion of J. P. Watson's Annals of Philadelphia.) 

" Hazel, Harry," (Pseud.) See JOKES, JUSTIN, 

Hazeland, Mrs. E. A. 1. (Trans.) St. Mary 
Magdalen, by J. B. H. Laeordaire, Lon., 1SSO, 32mo. 
2. (Trans.) November: Little Month of the Holy Souls; 
from the French, Lon., 1881, 16mo. 3. (Trans.) Life 
of St. Dominic, by Lacordftire, Lon., 1883, p. Svo. 4. 
(Trans.) Month of Mary, by P. Beekx, Lon., 1884, Svo. 
5. (Trans.) Little Month of St. Joseph: St. Joseph 
according to the Gospel, by Marin de Boylesve, Lon., 
1S86, 16mo. 6. (Trans.) Life of St. Monica, by . 
Bougaud, Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 

Hazel dean, J. O Miscellaneous Rhymes, Lon., 
1S79, p. Svo. 

Hazell, Walter, and Hogkin, Howard* The 
Australasian Colonies: Emigration and Colonization, 
Lon., 1887, Svo. (A report by two members of the com- 
mittee of management of the Emigrants' Information 

Hazeltine, Mayo Williamson, b. 1841, at Bel- 
fast, Me ; graduated at Harvard 1862, and afterwards 
studied at Oxford,- practised law till 1878, when he 
became liteiary editor of the New York Sun. 1. The 
American Woman in Europe, and the Keys to New York 
Society, N. York, 1S79, 16mo. 2. British and American 
Education : the University of the Two Countries com- 
pared, N, York, 1880, 32mo. 3. Chats about Books, 
Poets and Novelist?, N. York, 18SS, 12mo. 

Hazeltine, Miron J. 1. (Ed.) The "Clipper" 
Chess Problem Tournament, N.York, 1860, ISmo. 2. 
Brevity find Brilliancy in Chess, N. York, 1866, 12mo. 

Hazel wood, Carey. Grayworth; a Story of 
Country Lite, Lon., 1872, 3 vote, p. Svo. 

Hazen, H. A. History of Billerica, Massachusetts, 
Bost., 1S83, Svo. 

Hazen, MarF P* X- Tbe Mission School in Mill 
Village. Itlusfc os^ J&mo. 2. The Mother's Ship, 
and the Cargo it brought* Boat., 16mo, 3. Joanna j OK, 
Le&ruin# ,to follow Jesus. By Mabel, [pseudj Illust. 

. York, }$n, Itoo. 

? W R* Justices' Guide, and Forms of 
Kan,, 1368, Svo. 



Hazen, Brig. -Gen* William Bafccock, 

USA, 1830-1887, b m West Hartiord, Vt ; graduated 
at the US Military Academy in 1855, was appointed 
professor of infantry tactics at thelJ S. Military Academy , 
served through the civil war, was in France during 
the Franco-Prussian war, and was TI S. military attache" 
at Vienna during the Ru&so-Turkish war In 1880 
he was appointed chief signal officer 1 The School 
and the Army in fox-many and France with a Diary 
of Siege Life at Versailles, N York, 1S72, 12mo 

* Beplete with matter of great interest and value both 
to the soldier and the statesman The information it con- 
taiDS respecting the military and the educational institu- 
tions of North Germany and of France is as lull and as 
detailed as can be desired 1 '~ Nation, xvi 29 

* To the report of thife remarkable conversation [with 
Bismarck] succeed several chapters of the author's impres- 
sions of the siege of Pans , and where these are founded 
on his own observations, the} are fresh and interesting in 
a high degree " Sat Rev , xxxv 394 

2 Our Barren Lands Inteuor of the United States 
West of the One Hundredth Meridian and East of the 
Sierra Nevada, Cm, 1S75, Svo 3 A Nairative of Mili- 
tary Service. Illust Bost., 1885, Svo 

11 General Hazen's book will have a very considerable 
value among the contributions to a final historj of the 
war The parts which relate to the organisation and 
internal discipline of his ovvn command will rank high 
We suspect that the rest will be regarded as a curiously 
unconscious disclosure of his subjective traits of charac- 
ter, more than a strictly objective presentation of real 
facts "tfatton, ill 381 

Hazlehurst, George S The Invisible Telegraph 
of the Future, Lon , 1887, Svo* 

Hazlengg, Rev. Grey* 1. The Voice of the 
Bridegroom and the Voice of the Bride live Sermons, 
LOB , 1869, Svo. 2. Letterb to a Mother with a Brief 
Sketch of Earlier Experiences, Lon } 1886, Svo Also, 
single sermons, &c 

Hazlett, Helen. 1, The Cloud with a Golden 
Border, Phila , 1860, I2mo 2. The Pastor's Son, Phila , 
1865, ISino. 3. Glennair, or, Life in Scotland. By H 
M. Tatem, [pseud ] Phila., 1869, 12mo 4. The Heights 
of Heidelberg, 1870, ISino. 

Hazlewood, David. 1 A Compendious Grammar 
of the Peejean Languige with Examples of Native 
Idioms, Vewa, Feejee, 1850, Svo 2 A Feejean and 
English Dictionary, <fcc , Vewa, 1850-52, 2 parts, 12mo , 
2d ed , Lon , 1872, Svo 

Hazlitt, W. I Dictionary of Ancient Geography, 
Sacred and Profane, Lon , 1851, p Svo 

Hazlittj William Carew, [ante, vol. i , add.,] 
*"fe 1835 , educated at Merchant Taylors' School, and 
called to the bar at the Inner Temple 1861 He baa 
edited the works of Lovelace, Herrick, and other old 
authors, Warton's History of English Literature, <fec 
1. (M.) Duma the Sonnets and other Poems of Henry 
Constable, Lon , 1S59, p. Svo 2 History of the Vene- 
tian Eepublic her Eise, her Greatness, and her Civili- 
zation, Lon , I860* 4 vols Svo 

11 Some time back he published the first two volumes of 
the present work, they showed a great deal of industry, 
but they were fall of the most ludicrous blunders We 
eritici&ed him severely, and by wa> of answer he has re- 
written his two volumes from beginning to end We 
have on the strength of this reform, made a second at- 
tempt to read through Mr Hazhtt's hibtory, and we have a 
second time broken down , He knows what the chron- 
ic lers tell him, but to try those chroniclers by the received 
laws of historical criticism is a thought which never oc- 
curred to bun It would be endless to enumerate all 
tbe mistakes which one comes across m turning over Mr 
Hazlitt s pages " Sat Res , xu 14tf 

3 The Great Gold-Fields of Cariboo with an Au- 
thentic Description of British Columbia and Vancouver 
Island, LOQ , 1862, 12mo. 4. (Ed ) Old English Je-fr- 
Books, Lon , 1864, 3 vols Svo 6 (Ed.) Remains of the 
Early Popular Poetry of England, Lon , 1864-66, 4 vols 
12mo. 6. Sophy Laurie a Novel, Lon , 1365, 3 vols p 
Svo 7 Memoirs of William Hazlitt with Portions of his 
Correspondence, Lon , 1867, 2 vols Svo. 8 Hand- Book 
to the Popular Poetical and Dramatic Literature of Great 
Britain, fiom the Invention of Printing to the Re^tora- 
tion, Lon., 1867, Svo 9 (Ed ) The Roxburghe Library 
Lon , 1868-70, 8 vols. 4to. 10. Popular Antiquities of 
Q-reat Britain, Lon , 1869, S vols, Svo 11. (Ed ) Eng- 
lish Proverbs and Proverbial Phrases, Lon , 1869, r Svo, 
2d ed , enl , 1882 12 (Ed ) Inedited Poetical Miscel- 
lanies, 1684-1700: selected from MSS chiefly m Private 
Hands with a Few Explanatory and Illustrative Notes, 
Loo, 1870, 8vo. 50 copies, privately printed. (Con- 
tains a preface by Henry Huth> from, whose library the 



material was mainly selected ) 13 (Ed ) The New Lon- 
don Jest- Book, Lon, 1&71, Svo 14 Anecdotes and 
Bennmseences of Illustrious Men and Women of Modern 
Times, Lon, 1872, 12mo U (Ed) Prefaces, Dedica- 
tions, Epistles, selected from Early English Books, 1540 
-1701, Lon , 1874, 8vo. 50 copies, privately printed 
(Contains an introductory notice by Henry Huth ) 16 
Collections and Notes, 1867-76, Lon , 1876, 8vo 

'* The books noticed by Mr Hazlitt in this volume are all 
rare Perhaps it would be safe to say that three-fourths 
of the books named in it are unique There are very 
few that are worth reading , and we may look on the 
mama for collecting them as a harmless lorm of the prev- 
alent insanity To such collectors Mr Hazhtt's book is 
simply Indispensable , nor will it be absolutely useless to 
the student of the history of English literature Sat Rev , 
sli 560 

17 Second Senes of Bibliographical Collections and 
Notes on Early English Literature, 1474-1700, Lon, 
1882, 8vo 18 Offspring of Thought in Solitude Mod- 
ern Essays, Lon , 1884, cr 870 19, (Ed ) Jests Old 
and New containing Anecdotes of Celebrities Living 
and Deceased, Lon, 1886, 12mo Also, 100 specul 
copies, interleaved 20 Old Cookery Books and An- 
cient Cuisine, Lon , 1886 21 Gleanings in Old Gar- 
den Literature, Lon , 1887, 12mo 22 Schools, School- 
Books, and School-Masters a Contribution to the History 
of Educational Development m Great Britain, Lon , 1887, 
p Svo. 

Head, Barclay Vincent, Ph D , D C L , b 1844, 
at Ipswich, Eng , educated at Queen Elizabeth's Gram- 
mar-Schoo! in that town , entered the British Museum 
as assistant m the department of coins and medals 1864, 
and was appointed assistant keeper 1871 His honorary 
degrees were conferred upon him by the Universities of 
Heidelberg and Durham in recognition of his services to 
the science of numismatics, he having been the first to 
methodize the classification of Greek and Phoenician 
coins according to their chronology and styles of art 
He is a corresponding member of the Imperial German 
Archaeological Institute, honorary secretary of the Numis- 
matic Society of London, and joint editor of the Numis- 
matic Chronicle Three of his works have been crowned 
by the French Academy 1, On the Chronological Se- 
quence of the Coins of Syracuse, Lon , 1874, 8\o 2 
Metrological Notes on Ancient Electrum Coins, LOB , 
1876, Svo 

" A valuable monograph on a class of coins too little 
studied Historically the main value of the labour 
Mr Head has undeigone in these inquiries consists in the 
proofs afforded b> them of the extent of the eaily com- 
merce of antiquity, and of the great lines along vihich it 
moved" Mh, No 2533 

3 The Coinnge of Lydia and Persia, from the Earliest 
Times to the Fall of the Dynasty oi the AehsBiuemdse, 
Lon, 1377, 4to. 4. Catalogue of Greek Coins Mace- 
donia, Lon 1879, p Svo 5. The Coinage of Ephesus 
IIiut Lon , 1880, Svo 

" No one can study this interesting volume, with its fine 
photographic (autotype) plates, without being astonished 
at the certainty to which the science of numismatics in the 
hands of such scholars as Mr Head has attained, and the 
amount of artistic, mythological, historical and e~\ en eco- 
nomical knowledge that is to be derived from the patient 
study of the monetary series of a Greek city " &at Jiev , 
1 &J 

6 A Guide to the Principal Gold and Silver Coins of 
the Ancients, fiorn onoa B C* 700 to A D 1, (Brit Mus. 
Pub,) Lon ,1881, Svo, nw ed , 18S6 7. Synopsis of 
the Coins and Medals in the British Museum Issue L 
(Bnt Mus. Pub ) Lon, 1881, cr Svo. 8 Catalogue of 
Greek Coins Central Greece, (Locris, Phoois, Bo&otia, 
and Euboea.) Illusfc Lon , 1884, Svo 9 Histona 
Nummorum a Manual of Greek Numismatics Illust 
Oxf , 1887, Svo. 

" What Mr Head has succeeded in doing is to produce 
an excellent introduction to the study of Greek coin in all 
its branches, a thing lor which com collectors, foreign 
and English, have been sighing for the last half century " 
C OMAN Awd.xaod 419 

10 Catalogue of Greek Coins Attica Megaris 
Lon 1888, Svo 

Head, Sir Edmund Walker, Bart., K C B , 

D C L , F.R S , [ante, yol i , add ,] 1805-1868 He re- 
signed the governor-generalship of Canada in 1861^ and 
on his return to England was appointed a civil service 
commissioner 1 Shall and Will , or, Two Chapters on 
Future Auxiliary Verbs, Lon., 1856, p Svo, 2d ed , enl , 

" The book is clear in expression and abundant in infer* 
matjon It is also ingenious When \> e have read the 
book we feel tbat we have got into our mind a good deal 


of undigested information, wbicli we must sort into order 
and get Into shape for ourselves " Sat Rev , in b7 

2 (Trans) Viga Glums Sigi, from the Icelandic 
with Kotes and an Introduction, Lon , 1866, fp Svo 3 
Ballads and other Poems, Original and Translated, Lon , 
1868, p Svo 

Head, Edward Francis. Poitroonms a Tragic 
Farce, in One Act. By an Admirer oi Chivalry. Boat , 
1856 Anon 

Head, Mrs. F. E. Faithful m Little a Tale for 
Young Women, Lon, 1869, 12mo 

Head, Sir Francis Bond, Bart,, [ante, vol 
i , add ,] 1793-1875 1 Descnptive Essays from the 
" Quarterly Review," Lon , T8o6, 2 vols p 8vo. 2 The 
Horse and his Rider Illust Lon , ISbO, cr Svo. 

" The author neither has nor pretends to have any spe- 
cial knowledge of his subject "a J&ev , xi 171 

6 Mr Kinglake, Lou , 1863, bvo 4 The Royal En- 
gineer, Lon,, 1869, Svo 

"Readable and pleasant throughout, and withal not 
unmstructive " Sett Jteu , xxvn 224 

5 A Sketch of the Life and Death of the Late Field- 
Marshal Sir John Bargoyne, Lon , IS72, 12mo 

Head, Franklin H Shakespeare's Insomnia, and i 
the Causes thereof, Chic ,1886, Svo ! 

Head, Frederick William, b 1854, called to 
the bar at the Inner Temple 1879 The Statutes by ! 
Heart bemg a, System of Meinona Technica applied to 
Statutes, Lon , 1877, Svo. ' 

Head, George E. An Essay on a New System of 
Fortification, 1ST York, I860, 4to 

Head, J. H* Home Pastimes, Bost , 1860, 12mo. 

Head, John* A Few Notes on the Portable Steam - 
Engine, Lon , 1877, Svo 

Head, John W. Tennessee Law Keports, 1S5S- 
59 Pub by the State I860, 3 vols Svo 

Head, Rev. Nelson. Daily Walk with Wise Men , 
or, Kehgious Exercises for Every Day in the Year, N 
York, 1863, 12mo 

Head, Percy Rendell* Yan Dyck , [and] Fr<tns 
Hals of Haarlem, ("Great Artists,") Lou , 1879, p Svo 

Head, Robert. Congleton, Past and Present a 
History of this Old Cheshire Town, Congleton, 1887, Svo 

Headingley* Adolphe S. The Biography of C 
Bradlaustfi, Lon , 1880, cr 8vo, new ed , enl , ISS3 

Headmgtoii, J. A., and Franklin, Joseph. 
(Ed ) Book of Gems , or, Choice Selections from the 
Writings of Benjamin Franklin, St Louis, 1879, 12mo 

Headlam, Mis. Beatrice R M wife of Rev S 
D Headlam, infra Short Lessons m Christian Theol- 
ogy Lon , 1878,p. Svo 

Headlam, Kev. Stewart Duckworth, gradu- 
ated at Trinity College, Cambridge, 1869 , ordained 
1870, curate of Shoreditch 1881-84 1 The Church 
Catechism and the Emancipation of Labour, Lou , 1875, 
Svo 2 Pnestoraft and Progress Sermons and Lec- 
tures, Lon, 1S7S, 8vo 3. The Service of Humanity, 
and other Sermons, Lon, 1882, fp Svo 4 Lessons 
from the Cross Addresses given in Oxhey Parish Church 
on Good Friday, 1886, Lon , 1887, Svo 5 The Laws 
of Etoinal Life . bemg Studies In the Church CoteUiibm, 
Lon , 18b8, cr Svo 

Headland* Rev* Edward. The Happy Sufferer . 
a Narrative, Loo , I860, 12ino With Swf-TE, H. B. 
1 Thoughts and Prayeis for Private and Family Use, 
Lon , 1864, 8vo 2 Qalatmns, with Explanatory Notes, 
Lon , 1S66, I2tno 3 Tbessalomans, Lon , 1866, 12mo 

Headland, Frederick William, M.D , F E C P , 
[ante, voi i , add ] A Medical Hand-Book with Hints 
to Clergymen, Lou , 1861, fp Sio 

Headley, Joel Tyler, [a nte> voL i , add ] 1. The 
Life of General H Haveloek, K C.B , Lon , 185<J, 12ino 

" Quite up to the average of biographical excellence " 
ft* && , Vii 751 

2. The Chaplains and Clergy of the Revolution, . 
York, 1861, 12mo, new ed ,1875 3 The Great RebeL 
lion i a History of the Civil War in the United States, 
Hartford, 1863-66, 2 vols. Svo 4 Grant and Sherman 
their Campaigns and Generals, N. York, 1865, 8v<$ nev 
ed,, 1868. 5. Farragutand our Naval Commander^ 1L 
York, 1867, Svo, new ed , enl., 1880. 6, Life of # *. 
Grant, N.York, 1808,870. 7 Biographical Btoflfar of 
Sacred Heroes and Martyrs, N. York, 18W ^o 8 - 
(Ed,) Mountain Adventures in Vanou PSftfU of tee 
World, N York, 1872, 12mo. 

Headier, Rev. Phineas CMtift [ante, vol. i , 
add J has held pastorates in tho B^yterian and Con- 
gregational Churches. 1 3Jasjrv4$$ Hork of the 


Spirit Illustrated in the Labors of Kev E P Ham- 
tnond in Great Britain and Ameiica, Bost , 18fi2* 2 
The Hero Boy, or, The Life and Deedfc ot Lieutenant- 
General Granfc, N. York, 1S64, 12mo 3 The Miner 
Boy and his Monitor, or, The Career and Achievements 
of John Ericsson, the Engineer, N York, 1864, 16mo 
4 The Patriot Boy , or, The Lite and Career of Major- 
General M. Mitohel, X York, Ifc64, 16uso. 5 Life 
and Naval Career of Vice-Admit al D G rarragut, N 
York, 1S65, IfSuio. 6 Life and Ahhtarv Career of Major- 
General W. T. Sherman, N York, 1S65, 12tno 7 Mas- 
sachusetts in the Rebellion a Record of the Historical 
Position of the Commonwealth, Bo*t , 18f>6, Svo, 8 
Heroines of the Bible , or> The Women of Saered His- 
tory, Bost , 18f>7, ISmo 9 The Court and Camp of 
David, Bost, ISbS, 8\o, new ed , 1S76, r 4to 10 
Youth's Illuminated Bible History, Phila, 1873, 2 vols. 
4to 1 1 Evangelists in the Church, A D 35-1875, Bost , 
1S75, 12mo 12. The Island of Fire, or, A Thousand 
Years of the Old Norsemen's Home, &74-1S74, N York, 
1875, 12iao 13. (Camp ) Public Men of To-Bay, 1SS2, 
Svo 14 (Ed.) The Reaper and the Harvest, or, Scenes 
and Incidents m Connection with the Work of the Holy 
Spuit in the Life and Labours of E. P Hammond, N 
Yoik, 1884, Svo 

Head ley , Rev. TanSeld George, educated at 
Kmg*s College, London , ordained 1869 , curate of St 
Peter's, Great Windmill Street, London, 1869 1 Ele- 
mentary and Primary Views of Religion, Lon , 1871, 
Svo. 2. The Vital Principles of True Christianity, to be 
established in the coming Christian Reformation, for 
bringing Gentiles and Jews into Union, Lon , 1872, Svo 
3 The Gospel, the Crucifixion, and the Cross of Christ, 
Lon., 1874, Svo. 4. The Law and the Gospel, Lon., 1875, 
Svo 5 Life IE Love a Sacred Song with Mueie, 
Lon , 1875 

Headley, Walter Balls. On Internal Tumours 
their Characteristic Distinctions and Diagnosis, Mel- 
bourne 1876, Svo. 

Heady, M. Seen or Heard* Poems, or the Like, 
Bait , 1869, 12mo 

Heaford, A. S* 'Strains on Braced Iron Arches 
and Arched Iron Bridges Illust Lon., 1883, Svo 

Heald, Edmund. The Line of Prophecy, or, The 
Times of the Gentiles the Antichrist yet to be devel- 
oped and established in Svna, Babylonia, and Egypt, 
Lon j 1865, 16mo 

Heale, James Newton. I A Treatise on Vital 
Causes, Los., 1859, Svo. 2 A Treatise on the Physio- 
logical Anatomy of the Lungs, Lon , 1862, Svo* 

Heafes, Alfred, proetoi m Doctors* Commons. 1 
The History and Law of Church Seats or Pews, Lon , 
1872, 2 vols. Svo 

11 He has divided the law from the social history, and 
served them up in separate \olumes . [His] pages 
abound m familiar illustrations as well as in instances not 
generally known "Ath , No 2&IG, 

2 The Archaeology of the Christian Altar in Western 
Europe with its Adjuncts, Furniture, and Ornaments, 
Lon , 1SS1, Svo. 3 The Early History of the Church 
of Kingston-upon-Xbaroes together with the History 
of the Free Chapel of St Mary Magdalene, Kingston, 
Lon, 18S3, Svo. 4 The History of Tanndge Priory, 
Surrey, and some Account of the Canons Regular of the 
Order of St Augustine, Lon , 1885, Svo 

Healey, Charles Heley Chadwyck-* b. 1845, 
called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1872. A Treatise on 
the Law and Practice relating to the Articles of Associa- 
tion of Joint-Stock Companies, Lou,, 1875 7 r, Svo 5 2d 
ed., enl 1886. 

Healey, Francis* A Collection of Two Hundred 
Che^s Problems, accompanied by the Solutions, Lon , 
ISflfl, p Svo. 

Heal?? Mary. See Biaor, MART, (HJ&ALY,) mpra. 

Healy, Timothy Michael, b. 1855$ M? since 

8$$; admitted to the Irish bar 1884. 1 The Land 
La?w (Ireland) Act, 1881 witli le Statutes incorporated 
tlnsrewith and the Kules and Forms issued thereunder, 
Dublin, 1882, 8vo.' 2, A Word for Ireland, Dublin, 
I8S6, Svo. With BVALY, MATJSICE, Key to the Land 
Law (Ireland) Act, tSBT, Dublin, 1887, p Svo. 

Heaney* Rev. J M * P a Dominican monk, of 
Sonjer&e^ OMo. A Short Treatise on the Eosary with 
Dv0f!flto tfre Blessed Virgin, N.York, 1863, ISmo, 

He&Hley, K. 3H * matron of Boston Cottage Ho$- 
tiflfcL A Manual of Urme-Teatmg : compiled far the 
, tfaeo-f Matrons, Nurses, and Probationers, kon., 188ft, B?o* 


Heanley, Rev. Robert Marshall, M A , grad- 
uated at Queen's College, Oxford, 1871 , ordained 1871 , 
hon secretary of the Universities* Central African Mis- 
sion, and rector of Wamneet, Lincolnshire, since 1880 
A Memoir of Edward Steere, D.D , LL D , Third Mis- 
sionary Bishop in Central Africa. Illust Lon , 1888, 
cr Svo 

Heap, Major David Porter, son of G H Heap, 
\npa, b 1843, at San Stefano, Turkey, graduated at 
the tf*S Military Academy 1864 , served in the civil 
war, and has since been engaged m various engineering 
works 1 History of the Application of the Electric 
Light to Lighting the Coasts of France, Wash ,1883 
2 Electrical Appliances of the Present Bay, N. York, 
1884 3 Ancient and Modern Lights, Boat, 1887 
Also, repoits, &c 

Heap, Gwynn Harris, 1817-1887, b at Chester, 
Pa , became a clerk in the U S government service 
1846 , consul at Belfast 1866, and at Tunis 1867-78, and 
then appointed secretary of legation and consul -geueial 
at Constantinople Central Route to the Pacific, from 
the Valley of the Mississippi to California Journal of 
the Expedition of E F Beale and G H. Heap, Phila., 
1853, Svo 

Heaphy, Musgrave. Glimpses and Gleams, Lon , 
188% p Svo 

Heapay, Thomas, 1813-1S73, son of Thomas 
Hetphy, an artist m water-colours and the first president 
of the Society ot Briton Artists , followed his father's 
profession, and was much employ ed as a porti ait painter 
He also contributed to periodicals 1 The Likeness of 
Christ being an Enquiry into the Verisimilitude of the 
Received Likeness of Our Blessed Lord. Edited by 
Wyke Bayhas Illust Lon, 1SSI 2 A Wonderful 
Ghost-Story being Mr H s Own Narrative: with 
Letters of Charles Jhckens to the Author respecting it 
[Edited by Mrs Heaphy] Lon, 1SS2, I2mo 

Heard, Albert F., formerly consul-general for 
Russia at Shanghai. The Russian Church and Russian 
Dissent comprising Orthodoxy, Dissent, and Erratic 
Sects, N York, 1SS7, Svo 

" If Mr Heard's work is to be classified as a compilation, 
it is one in the best sense of the word He has perfectly 
mastered hi& subject, and has worked it up in the calmly 
unbiassed temper of an historian and m a stjle at once 
clear and terse He offers no original theories, no new 
views, but plenty of sound observations and interesting 
details carefully selected " Nation, xlv 238 

Heard, Franklin Fiske, [ante, vol i, add,] 
1S25-1SS0, b at WayJand, Middlesex Co , Mass , grad- 
uated at Harvard 1843, admitted to the bar 1850. 1 
Libel and Slander, Bost , 1860. 2 The Legal Acquire- 
ments of William Shakspeare, Bost , 1865, 4to 3 Curi- 
osities of the Law Reporters, Bosfc , 1871, 12mo, new 
ed , 1SS1 4 A Treatise adapted to t he Law and Practice 
of the Superior Courts, and of Trial Justices District, 
Police, and Municipal Courts, in Criminal Cases, Bost , 
1879, Svo 5. Principles of Pleading in Civil Actions, 
Bo*<t, I860, Svo 6. A Concise Treatise on the Prin- 
ciples of Equity Pleading with Precedents, Bost , 1882, 
Svo 7 Shakespeare as a Lawyer, Bost , 188 }, sq I2mo 
8 (Ed ) Acts and Resolve*, General and Special, of the 
Massachusetts General Court, 1382, Bost 1 1884, Svo. 9. 
Precedents of Equity Pleadings, Bot , 1884, I2mo 10 
Precedents of Pleadings in Personal Actions in the Su- 
peiior Courts of Common Law with Notes, Bo't., 1886, 

Heard, Isaac V. B. History of the Pinux War 
and Massacres of 1862 and 1863, N York, 186?, 12mo 

Heard, James Arthur. The Life and Times of 
Kathaha, Borissovna, Princess Dolgorookov, Lon , 1857, 
12m o 

Heard, Rev John Bickford, M A , graduated 
act tionville and Cams College, Cambridge, 1852, or- 
dained 1852 j rector of Woldingham, Surrey, since I860 
1* The History of the Extinction of Paganism in the 
Koman Empire, viewed in Relation to the Evidences of 
Christianity, Cambridge and Lon * 1852, Svo 2 New 
Wine in Old Bottles, a Eeviewof Mumce*s Theological 
Essays, Dublin, 1S54, 16mo. 3 New Wine in Old Bot- 
tles, [being a Reply to the "Essays and Reviews/'] 
Lon , 1862, Svo 4 The Pasfor and the Parish , or, The 
Minister as Preacher, Pastor, Cateohist Lon, 1865, p 
Svo 5 The Tripartite Nature of Man Spirit, Soul, 
and Body, Lon,, 1866, p Svo , 5th ed, Edm ,1882 6 
Rational Christianity, or, Ca&sansm and Clericalism, 
Lon, 1877, Svo 7 Old and New Theology a Con- 
structive Critique, Bdm , 1884, p. &vo 


Hearn, Lafcadio, b 1S50, in Leuoadia, (Santa 
Maura,) Ionian Islands, of English and Greek parent- 
age, educated in England and France, a journalist in 
Cincinnati and New Orleans 1 (Trans ) One of Cleo- 
patra's Nights, and other Fantastic Romances, by Th6- 
ophile Gautier, N York, 1882, Svo 2 Stray Leasts 
from Strange Literature Stones reconstructed from the 
Anvan-Soheih, Talmud, <&c , Bost , 1884, Svo 3 (Trans ) 
Q-ombo Zhdbes Little Dictionary of Cieole Proverbs 
selected from Six Creole Dialects with Notes, Ac , N 
Orleans, La, 1885, Svo 4 Some Chinese Ghosts, Bost , 
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the Royal School of Bnmskillen, and at Trinity College, 
Dublin , was appointed professoi of Greek at Queen's 
College, Galway, in 1849, and in 1854 became professor 
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Heasell, Anne, 1 Studies on the Apocalypse , 


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Heath, Arnold. 1. Edith's Marriage, Lon , 1867, 
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Heath, Christopher, F R.C.S., b. 1835, in Lon- 
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Heath, Rev. Dimbar Isidore, M.A M \ante, vol. 
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little book treats "Spectator, xlv 1306. 

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important, is also somewhat disappointing. ... It treats 
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condition of the peasantry is mobt urgent." Spectator* 
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4. The Fern Paradise : a Plea for the Culture of Ferns, 
Lon., 1875, p. Svo; 4th ed., illust, 1S78. 

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and, this done, he introduces us to a dozen typical * single 
ferns,' the only species of their respective genera, after- 
wards discussing some seven interesting fern groups, and 
all this simply and clearly." Sat. Kev , xl. 782. 

5. The Fern World, Lon., 1877, p. Svo. 

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6. Our Woodland Trees. Illust. Lon., 1878, p. Svo, 


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angularly accurate, and both author and engravers seem 
to have been animated by a kmdred love of their subject " 
Sat ev , xlvi. 604. 

7. Burnhaui Beeches: with Fae-Sinnle Letter from 
Lord Be.tconsfield. Illu&t. aud Map. Lon., 1879, 12inoj 
new ed., 1SS5. 8. Trees and Ferns, Lon., 1879, 12mo. 

9. Peasant Life in the West of England, Lon., 1880. 
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tumnal Leaves Illust Lon , 1881, p. 8vo ; 3d ed., 1SS5. 
12. Wheie to Find Ferns: with a Special Chapter on 
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Press Descriptions, Lon , 1S85, fol. 15. Sylvan Winter. 
Illust. Lon., 1885, p. Svo. 16. Tiee Gossip, Lon., 1SS5, 
p Svo. 

Heath, George. The Poems of George Heath, 
the Moorland Poer. Edited by James Badnall. With 
a Memoir by F. Uedfern, Lon., 1870, p. Svo, new ed., 
illust , 1880. 

Heath, Gei trade. Tell us "Why! Customs, <fcc., 
of the English Church, Lon., 1S8S, p. Svo. 

Heath, James Dunbar. The Complete Croquet- 
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Heath, Richard, surgeon. Deafness: its Causes 
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Heath, Kichard. 1. Edgar Quinet: his Early 
Life and Writings. Illust. Lon , 1881, Svo. 

" The interest of the "book is much more biographical 
than literary, though Mr Heath has loaded it, and indeed 
somewhat overloaded it, with translated specimens of 
what he is pleased to call Qumet's l teachings. 1 "~Mh , No. 

1. Histoiic Landmarks in the Christian Centuries. 
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or, Glimpses of the History of the Agricultural Labourei, 
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Heath, Rev. Richard Ford, M.A., 1833-1885, 
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Hertford College, Oxford, 1S76; ordained 1875; vicar of 
Bishopswood 1880. 1. Titian, (' Great Artists,") 1879, 
p. Svo. 2. (Trans.) Michel Angelo, Lionardo da Vinei, 
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1881, p. Svo. 

Heathy Robert Samuel. 1. A Treatise on Geo- 
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Heath 9 Solyraan. Maine Supreme Court Reports, 
vols. xxxvi -xl., (1853-55,) Poitland, 1S56, 5 vols. Svo. 

Heath, Thomas. Ellen Seymour, and other 
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Heath 9 Thomas Little. Diophantos of Alexan- 
dria : a Study in the History of Greek Algebra, Cam- 
bridge, 1885, Svo. 

" An exceedingly valuable contribution to the history of 
mathematics " Acad , xxvni 294. 

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Heathcote, Evan. A Parson's Story, Lon., 18S1, 
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store for fen and mere." Sat. Reo. t xli. 472. 

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Heckford, Sarah* 1 The Life of Christ, and its 
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1 rans vaal bhe has gu eii us an amusing and interest- 
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Hector, Mis. Annie, (French,) ("Mis Alexan- 
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dently below its own possibilities and the powers of its 
ftuthot "~~Sat fiev , xxxvi 613 

4 Ralph Wilton's Weird, Lon , 3375, 2 vols. p Svo , 
3878, 1 vol I2rno. 5 Her Dearest Foe, Lou, 1876, <3 
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lacks life and ' go ' "Serf Rev t xli 724 

6 The Heritage of Langdale : a Novel, Lon , 1877, 
3 vols cr Svo 7. Maid, Wife, or Widow? Lon., 1879, 
cr Svo r new ed, 1880 8 Moral Songs. Illust Lon, 
1879, sq 16mo 9 The Freres a Novel, Lon , 1882, 3 
\ols cr Svo. 10 The Admiral's Ward, Lon., 1883, 3 vols 
cr Svo 11 The Executor, Loa , 1883, 3 vols. cr Svo 
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cr Svo 14 At Bay a Novel, Lon, 1885, 12mo 15 
Valerie's Fate, <fce , Lon , 1885, 12ino 16 Beaton's Bar- 
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a Novel, Lon , 1886, 2 vols <sr Svo. 18 Mona's Choice 
a Novel, Lon , 1887, 3 vola <jr Svo 19 A Life Interest 
a Novel, Lon , 18SS, 3 vols cr. Svo 

Hector, John* 1 Land and Railways in India 
Two Treatises on the Permanent Settlement Problem 
and Purchase of the Railways in India, *fce , Edin and 
Lon , 1875, Svo 2 Two Questions of Indian Revenue 
Railways and Land, Edin and Lon , 1877, Svo, 3. 
Currency considered with Special Reference to the 
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Kim and Lon , 1877, Svo. 4 The Underlying Prin- 
ciples of Indian Fiscal Administration, Loa., 1880, cr. 
Svo. 6 Recent Financial Administration in India, 
Lou, 1880, Svo. 6 National and International Cur- 
rency The Deadlock its Influence OB Land, Commerce, 
and Credit,>nd its Remedy, Lon , 1881, Svo. 7 Parker 
and Payn, Protestant Missions in India, Ceylon, 
LOB , 1883, super r. vo, 


Hector, William* 1 (Ed) Selections from the 
Judicial Records of Kenfrevrshire * with Notes and Fac- 
similes of Old Documents, 2d ed, Paisley, 1876-78, 2 
parts, Svo 2 Statutory Forms for Parliamentary Elec- 
iions in Scotland with Practical Directions, &c , Pais- 
ley, 1878, Svo 

Hedden, William D. Sunshine among the 
Clouds, or, The Macdonalds. Illust N. York, 1ST7, 

Hedderwick, James, LL D. 1 Lays of Middle 
Age, and other Poems, Cambuclge, 1858, 12mo 2. The 
Villa by the Sea, and other Poems, Glasgow, 1381, Svo 

Hedderwick, T. C, H, (Trans ) The Old Ger- 
man Puppet Play of Dr Faust with Introduction and 
Notes, Lon , 1887, p Svo 

Hedge, Rev, Frederick Henry, B D , [*<*, 
vol i , add ,] d. 1SSO He added to his professorship of 
ecclesiastical history in the Harvard Divinity School that 
of German in Harvard College in IS 72, resigning at the 
same time his pastorate in Brooklme, Mass I Recent 
Inquiries in Theology, Bost , 1860, 12mo. 2 Reason in 
Religion, Bofet, 1855, 12mo 3 The Primeval World 
of Hebrew Tradition, Bost , 1S69 4. German Preposi- 
tions, Bost, 1875, 16ino 5 The Ways of the Spmt, 
and other Essays, Bost 1877, 16mo. 6 Atheism in 
Philosophy, and other Essays, Bost., 1SS4, S\o. 7. 
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WISTEE, MRS ANNIS LEE, Metrical Translations and 
Poems, Bost , 1S8S, 16mo Also, single sermon^ <SLe 

Hedges, Isaac A. 1. Sorgo, or, The Northern 
Sugar-Plant, Cm , 1862, ISmo 2 Sugar-Canes their 
Products, Culture, and Manufacture with an Introduc- 
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Hedges 9 John Ivirby, justice of the peace, b 
1811, resides at Wallmgfoid Castle. The History of 
Walhngford in the County of Berks, from the Invasion 
of Julius Caesar to the Present Time, Lon , 1881, 2 vols. 

Hedges, Killingworth, F.C.S, member of the 
Institute of Cuil Engineers, and of the Society of 
Telegraphic Engineers. 1 "Useful Information on Prac- 
tical Electric Lighting, Lon , 1879, p. Svo j 4th ed , Lon., 
1882. 2 Precautions to be adopted on Introducing Elee- 
trie Light, Lon , 3 886, 12mt> 3 Central Station Electric 
Light with Distribution of Electricity, Lon , ISfiS, p. 

Hedges, Mrs. Mary J. 1, Working and Win- 
ning Illust N Yoik, 18T2, 16oio. 2- The White 
Rose, N York, 1874. 3 No Danger, 1ST York, 1879, 

Hedges, S* P* The Physiology of Children, Chic , 
1882, 12ino 

Itedley, Alfred E. Cramognomy , or, The Science 
of Character, Phila , 1879, 12mo 

Hedley, F. H* (Trans.) Masterpieces of German 
Poetry in the Measures of the Originals, Lon , 1376, p 

Hedley, George Roberts. 1* Ballads, and other 
Poems, Lon , 1885, ci Svo. 2 Five Yeaia of Misrule 
the Gladstone Government, 1880-85- a Poem, Lon, 
ISSfi, 4to. 

Hedley, Rt. Rev* John Cuthbert, OSB, t b 
3 837, at Morpeth, Eng , became Bishop of Csesaropolis 
in 1873, and ot Newport and Menem in 18S1 1. 
The Light of the Holy Spirit m the World Five Lec- 
tures, Lon., 1873, Svo. 2, Our Dnuie Saviour, and 
other Discourses, Lon., 1887, cr Svo 3. What is a 
Church ? Lon , 1887, Svo 

Hedley, John. A Practical Treatise on the Work- 
ing and Ventilation of Coal-Mmes, Lofl-, 1851, r. Svo. 

Hedley, Oswald Bodd* Who in \ entd the Lo- 
comotive Engine ? with a Review of Smilea's Life of 
Stephenson, Lon ,1859, Svo 

Hedley, Thomas Frederick, 1 Local Taxa- 
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factories, Lon., 1873, Svo, 2d ed,18S3. 2 Observe 
tions on the Incidence of Local Taxation, Lon., 1884, Svo 
Hedrick, Mrs. JHarf A. Incidents of the Civil 
War. Illust. Lowell, Mass., 1388, 4to. 

Heebner, Charles F, Manual of Pharmacy and 
Pharmaceutical Chemistry, K\ York, 1887, 12mo. 

Heermans, J. Nuggets of Gold; or, The Laws of 
Success m Life. N York, 1S80, 12mo 

Heffernan, D. Edward* 1. The Pictorial Hand 
Book of the County of Wieklow. Illust. 2d ed,, Lon., 


1865, 12mo. 2. Dublin at a Glance, Lon., 1S66, 12ino. 
3. Guide Plan of the County of Wieklow, Lon., 1866, 
64mo. 4. Killarney at a Glance, Lon., 1866, 12ino. 

Heidelberg, Daniel W, A Digest of Mississippi 
Eeports, from vols. xlv.-lxiv. inclusive, (1871-1887,) Al- 
bany, 18S8, Svo. 

Heigh way, Osborn W. Trenery, [ante, vol. i., 
add.] The Morning Land: a Family and Jewish His- 
tory, Lon., 1854, Svo. Anon. 

Heighway, William. 1. Practical Portrait Pho- 
tography, Lon , 1876, 12rno. 2. Photographic Printer's 
Assistant, Lon., 1879, 12mo ; 3d ed., 18S4. 

Heilprin, Angelo, b. 1853, atSatoralja, Hungary,* 
son of Michael Heilprin, infra ; studied natural hifetory 
at European schools; was appointed professor of inver- 
tebrate palaeontology at the Academy of Natural Sciences 
in Philadelphia 1880, curator of the museum 1883, and 
professor of geology at the Wagner Free Institute of 
Science 1885. 1. Town Geology : the Lesson of the 
Philadelphia Rocks: Studies of Natuie along the High- 
ways and the Byways of a Metropolitan Town, Phila., 
1885, Svo. 

'* We miss the literary quality of Kmgsley's ' Town Geol- 
ogy,' . . but we have a valuable body of simple ob- 
servable facts." Nation, xli. 142. 

2. Explorations on the West Coast of Florida and in 
the Okeechobee Wilderness, Illust. Phila., 1887, 8vo. 
3. The Geographical and Geological Distribution of 
Animals, N. York, 1887, p. Svo. 4. The Animal Life 
of our Sea-Shore: with Special Reference to the New 
Jersey Coast and the Southern Shore of Long Island. 
Illust. Phila., 1888, 12mo. 5. The Geological Evi- 
dences of Evolution, Phila., 1888. Privately printed. 

Heilprin, Louis, b. 1851, at Miskolcz, Hungary, 
son of Michael Heilprin, infra. The Historical Refer- 
ence- Bj>ok, N. York, 1885, Svo, 

Heilprin, Michael, 1823-188S, b. at Piotrkow, 
Poland, of Jewish descent; was engaged in the Hun- 
garian revolution of 1848, and m 1856 emigrated to the 
United States. The Historical Poetry of the Ancient 
Hebrew, Translated and Critically Examined, 1ST. Yoik, 
1879-80, 2 vols. Svo. 

" We have here the ripe result of a whole lifetime's care- 
ful and enthusiastic study and investigation. . . . Mr. 
Heilprin has the advantage, which many scholars have 
not, of being equally at home in Jewish and m Christian 
studies of the Old Testament literature. He is entirely 
catholic." Nation, xxix. 60. 

Heine, A. G. . 1. (Ed.) Tales for the Four 
Seasons, Lon., 1869, Svo. 2. The Evil Wedding: a 
Tradition of the Druidical Monuments at Stanton Diew, 
Somersetshire, [verse,] Lon., 1873, p. Svo. 8. The Past, 
Present, and Future of the Crystal Palace, Lon., 1874, 

Heinrich, Julius* The Window Flower- Garden, 
N. York, 1879, 12mo; new ed., enl., 1887. 

Heisch, C. E. William Tyndale, Lon., 1884, 12mo. 

Heisch, Charles* Elements of Photography, Lon,, 
1863, 12mo. * 

Heiskell, Joseph B, Tennessee Supreme Court 
Reports, 1870-78. Pab. by the State. Nashville, 1871- 
78, 12 vols. Svo. 

Heiss, Most Rev. Michael, D.D., b. 1818, at 
Pfahldorf, Bavaria ; removed to the United States 1842 ; 
ordained priest in the Roman Catholic Church 1840; 
Bishop of La Crosse 1868 j Archbishop of Adrianople 
1880, and of Milwaukee 1881. The Pour Gospels Ex- 
amined and Vindicated on Catholic Principles. Mil- 
waukee, 1863, Svo. 

Helton, John. 1. The Castes of Edinburgh, Edin., 
18505 3d ed., 1861. (Written, as the author states, 
** chiefly with a view to introduce many curious anec- 
dotes and boil-mots, collected during the course of 
years.") 2 Old World and Young World, Edin., 1865, Svo. 

Heitzman, Charles, M.D,, b. 1836, at Vinkovcze, 
Hungary; educated m the universities of Pesth and 
Vienna j removed to New York in 1874; vice-president 
of the American Dermatological Society. Microscopic 
Morphology : the Animal Body in Health and Disease. 
Illust. N. York, 1883, Svo. 

Heldraaim, Bernard. 1, Dorrincourt : the Story 
of a Term there, Lon., 1881, p. 8ro. 2. Boxall School: 
a Tale of School-Boy Life, Lon., 1881, p. Svo. 3, The 
Mutiny on Board the Ship *' Leander :" a Story of the 
Sea, Lon., 1882, 12mo. 4. Expelled: being the Story 
of a Young Gentlem&n. litest. Lon., 1882, p. Svo. 5. 
The Helton Scholarship: a, Chapter from the Life of 
George Dentofc, Lon., 1S82, p. Svo. 6. Daintree, Lon., 


1883, p. Svo. 7. Self-Conqueied: a Chapter from the 
Life of George Denton, Lon , 1886, p. Svo. 

Hele, Nicholas Fenwick. Notes or Jottings 
about Aldeburgh, Suffolk : relating to Matters Histor- 
ical, Antiquarian, Ornithological, and Entomological, 
Lon., 1870, p. Svo. 

Heley, A. A* Lines of Bemembrance for Com- 
memorating Events, Ac., Lon., 1884, sq. 16mo. 

Helfensteiu, Jacob. A Comparative Grammar 
of the Teutonic Languages ; being at the Same Time a 
Historical Grammar of the English Language, Lon., 
1870, Svo. 

Helleberg, Carl Gustaf. (Ed.) A Book written 
by the Spirits of the So- Called Dead, through Mrs. L. S. 
Green and Others, Mediums, Cm., 1883, 12mo. 

Heller, Thomas Edmund. The New Code of 
Minutes of the Education Depaitinent, Lon.^ 18S2, Svo; 
14th ed. t enl., 1S86. 

Helliar, A. The Paternoster Pilgrims : an Impos- 
sible Sketch, Maldon, 1884, cr. Svo. 

Hellier, A. M. What Woik can Girls do for Christ ? 
Lon, 1883, 16mo. 

Hellier, Rev. Benjamin, Wesleyan minister. 
Memoir of M. C. Taylor: with Extracts horn his Corre- 
spondence, Lon , 1870, p. Svo. 

Hellis, Nellie. 1. Bennie, the Bread-Winner: a 
Story of Lowly Life, Glasgow, 1881, p. 8vo 2. Martin 
Drayton's Sin : a Story of Village Life, Glasgow, 1881, 
16mo. 3. Rob and Ralph ; or, A Trust Fulfilled, Lon., 
1S82, 18mo. 4. Roving Robin, Lon, 1883, 12ino. 5. 
Little King Davie , or, " Kings and Priests unto God," 
Lon., 1884, 16moj 4th ed., 1885. 6. Little Gladness, 
Lon., 1884, p Svo. 7. Gipsy Jan, Lon., 1884, p. Svo. 8, 
Won Over; the Story of a Boy's Life, Lon., 1885, ISmo. 
9. Three Little Fiddlers ; or, Love Perfected by Trust, 
Lon., 1886, 16ino. 10. The Story he was told, Lon., 
1SS7, ISmo. 11. Higher Up, Lon , 1S88, p. Svo. 12. 
Stories he was told ; or, Adventures of a Teacup, Lon., 
1S88, ISmo. 

Hellmuth, Rt. Rev. Isaac, D.D., B.C.L., b. 
1819, at Warsaw, Poland,- ordained 1846 ; Bishop of 
Huron, Canada, 1871-83; rector of Bridlington, York- 
shire, since 1S85. 1. The Divine Dispensations and 
their Gradual Development: Eight Discourses, Lon., 
1866, Svo. 2. Biblical Thesaurus: Liteial Tianslation, 
Lon , 1 8S4, r. Svo. 

Hellon, Henry George. 1. Lord Harrie and 
Leila ; or, A Romance of the Isle of Wight, and other 
Poems, Lon., 1869, 12mo. 2. Daphms : a Sicilian Pas- 
toral, and other Poems, Lon., 1882, sm. cr. Svo. 

Hell) er, S. Stevens. 1. The Plumber and Sani- 
tary Houses: a Practical Treatise on the Piinciples of 
Internal Plumbing Work; or, The Best Means of Ex- 
cluding Noxious Gases from our Houses, Lon., 1877, Svo ; 
3d ed., 1884. 2. Lectures on the Science and Art of 
Sanitary Plumbing, Lon , 18S2, p. Svo. 

Helm, Alfred. Nevada Supreme Court Reports, 
vols. i.-iv., (1865-69,) San Fran., 1866-70, Svo. With 
HITTELL, T. H., Nevada Supreme Court Reports, vols. 
v.-ix., (1869-74,) San Fran , 1870-74, Svo. 

Helm, George Frederick, M.A., M.D., F.R.C.S , 
formerly demonstrator of anatomy m the Cambridge 
Medical School. Short Sight, Long Sight, and Astigma- 
tism: an Elementary Guide to the Refraction of the 
Eye. Illust. Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 

Helm, H, J. American Roadsters and Trotting 
Horses. Illust. Chic , 1878, Svo. 

Helm, James I. 1. Memoir of M. T. Sharp, N. 
York, 1S53, 1 6rno 2. (Trans.) Count Erbach a Story of 
the Reformation ; from the German of Armin Stein, N. 
York, 3882, 12mo. 

Helm, T. B. 1. History of Allen County, Indiana : 
with Biographical Sketches. Illust. Chic., 1880, fol. 
2. History of Hamilton County, Indiana: with Bio- 
graphical Sketches. Illust. Chic., 1880, fol. 3. His- 
tory of Madison County, Indiana : with Biographical 
Sketches. Illust. Chic., 1880, fol. 4. History of Dela- 
ware County, Indiana: with Biographical Sketches. 
Illust. Ohio., 1881, 4to, 5. History o Carroll County, 
Indiana: with Biographical Sketches. Illust. Chic., 
1888, 4to. 

Helmer, W. The Actor's Make-TJp Book: a Prac- 
tical and Systematic Treatise on the Art of Making Up 
for the Stage. Illust. N. York, 1888, 12mo. 

Helmore, Frederick. 1. St. Mark's Chant-Book : 
Newly Arranged, with Additions, Lon., 1863, 12mo. 2. 
Church Choirs : containing Directions for the Formation 


and Management of Cathedral Choirs, Ion., 1865, Svo; 
4th ed., 1879. 3. Speakers, Singers, and Stammerers, 
Lon , 1 874, p. Svo. 

Helmore, Margaret C. 1. Luna: a Mere Love- 
Story, Lon., 1873, 2 vols. p. Svo. 2. Cap and Bells, 
Lon , 1875, 3 vols. p. Svo. 3. A Little Western Plower, 
Lon., 1878, 12mo. 

Helmore, Rev* Thomas, M.A., [ante, vol. L, 
add.,] 1811-1890, b. at Kidderminster; graduated at 
Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 1840; vice-principal and pre- 
centor of St Mark's College, Chelsea, 1842-77. He 
edited a large number of collections of church music, &c. 
A Catechism of Music, based on Dr. Hullah's Educa- 
tional Works, Lon , 1878, p. Svo. 

Helms, Ludwig Verner, b. in Denmark, which 
he left in 1849. Pioneering in the Far East, and Jour- 
neys to California in 1849 and to the White Sea in 1878. 
Illust. Lon., 1882, Svo, 

" The lives of mercantile adventurers often abound in 
romance, and Mr Helm&'s experiences in many uncivil- 
ized countries are instructive, exciting, and exceedingly 
entertaining "Sat Itev , 1m 342 

Helmuth, William Tod, M.D , [a/e, vol. i., add.] 
1. A Tieatise on Dipbtheiia: its Nature, Pathology, and 
llomoeopathic Tieatment, St. Louis, 1842, Svo; 2d ed., 
rev., 1864. 2. Medical Pomposity; or, The Doctor's 
Dream, Detioit, 1866, Svo. 3. A System of Surgery. 
Illubt. Phila, 1873, Svo; 5th ed., enl., 1887. 4. 
Scratches of a Surgeon, St. Louis, 1879, 12mo. 5. A 
Steamer-Book the Daily Life of a Transatlantic Seeker 
after Health, Recreation, and Rest, N. York, 1880, 12mo. 
6 Suprapubic Lithotomy the High Operation for Stone. 
Illust. N. York, 1882, 4to. 

Helper, Hiuton Rowan, [ante, vol. i., add.,] b. 
1829, near Mocksville, Davie Co., N.C.; was U.S. consul 
at Buenos Ayies 1801-67, and has since resided succes- 
sively in Abbeville, N.C., and in New York City. 1. 
The Land of Gold, N York, 1855. 2. Nojoque : a Ques- 
tion for a Continent, N. York, 1867, 12mo. 3. The 
Negioes in Negrohmd, the Negroes in America, the 
Negroes generally, N. York, 1868, 12mo. 4. Oddments 
of Andean Diplomacy, and other Oddments, St. Louis, 
1879, 12mo. 

Helper, Maria Louisa* (Trans.) My Mother's 
Manuscript, by Alphonse de Lamartine, PMla., 1876, 

Helps, Sir Arthur, D.C.L., K.C.B., [ante, vol. i., 
HELPS, REV. ARTHUR, add.,] 1817-1875, h. at Balham 
Hill, near Streatham, Surrey , was educated at Eton, and 
at Tiinity College, Cambridge; became private secretary 
to Mr. Spring Rice, then chancellor of the exchequer, 
and was appointed commissioner of French, Danish, and 
Spanish claims. In 1840 he became private secretary to 
Lord Moipeth, chief secretary for Ireland, and in 1859 
clerk of the Privy Council. He was knighted in 1872. 
1. A Letter from One of the Special Constables in Lon- 
don on the Late Occasion of their being called out to 
Keep the Peace, Lon., 1848, Svo. Anon. 2. Oulita the 
Serf : a Tragedy, Lon., 1858, Svo. Anon. New ed., 1873. 
3. Organization in Daily Life: an Essay, Lon., 1862, 
8vo. Anon. 4. Realmah, Lon., 1868, 2 vols. p. Svo. 
5, The Life of Las Casas, 4( the Apostle of the Indies," 
Lon., 1868, Svo. 

" The greater part of the subject-matter for this life is to 
be found m my 1 Spanish Conquest in America ,' but I am 
indebted to my son Edmund Arthur Helps for having util- 
ized and added to it, with my assistance, in the prepara- 
tion of the present biographical narrative." Preface. 

" Mr. Helps's narrative, though pleasant and clear, is 
unable to stand by itsell as a very attractive book." Sat. 
Mev., xxv. 94. 

6. The Life of Pizarro : with some Account of his 
Associates in the Conquest of Peru, Lon., 1869, p. Svo. 
7. Casimir Maremma, Lon , 1870, 2 vols. p. Svo, 

" The author of Friends in Council* has become anovel- 
1st late in his literary career, and he still lingers on the 
boundary-line between discussion and fiction.* Sat. JRev. t 
xxix. 348. 

" The story is subordinated to the main object of the 
book, which is to propound an elaborate and carefully 
thought-out scheme of emigration j but . , . when Sir 
Arthur Helps chooses emigration for his subject he finds 
no difficulty in crowding his canvas with life-like figures, 
instead of skeletons somewhat coldly draped with the in- 
substantial fabric of ideas." Spectator, xlvi. 410. 

8. Brevia : Short Essays and Aphorisms, Lon., 1 $70, 
p, Svo. 9, Conversations on War and General Culture, 
ton., 1871, p. Svo. 

" The Friends in Council' are as free from monotony and 
dulness as when they fir^t communicated their lucubra- 
tions to tfre worW*-$oc. Rffo,, xxxi. 470. 


10. The Life of Hernando Cortez, Lon., 1S71, 2 vols. p. 
Svo. 11. Thoughts upon Government, Lon., 1872, Svo. 

11 The greater part of Mr. Helps's treatise is devoted to an 
examination of some of the methods by which adminis- 
trative efficiency may be promoted, . The work is the 
result oi thought and experience, and in every part it is 
sugge&tive of though t t "Su,t Rev., xxxiu, 1S3> 

12. Life and Labours of Mr. Brassey, Lon., 1872, Svo; 
7th ed., 18SS. 

" To the world in general NX Brassey is 3mown as a great 
contractor, who amassed a large fortune . That he was 
much more than an ordinary employer of labour, and that 
the elements oi his success were moral a& well as intellect- 
ual, is clearly proved by Sir Arthur Helps's account of M& 
history and character." Sat. Rev , xxxiv 249. 

13. Ivan de Biron; or, The Russian Court in the Mid- 
die of the Last Century, Lon., 1873, 3 vols. cr. Svo. 

" The studies of characters which it contains are numer- 
ous, and they are carefully worked out ; . . but what will 
render the book specially attractive to the admirers, so 
many in number, of * Fnends in Council,' is the frequent 
occurrence of the shrewd observations and the wise utter- 
ances which give a peculiar charm and value to much that 
Sir Arthur Helps has written." Ath , No. 2410. 

14. Social Piessure, Lon., 1875, p. Svo 

" The 4 Fnends in Council' possess one desired merit, they 
are old friends to most of us. \Ye know what to expect of 
them ; the angularities of speech which characterize most 
of them no longer annoy us, ' it is their way/ . . The 
present series is by far the best which has appeared." 
Spectator, xlvui. 1S5. 

With THOMAS, H. P., The Life of Columbus, the Dis- 
coverer of America, Lon., 1869, p. Svo. 

Helps, Edmund Arthur, son of Sir Arthur Helps, 
supra. (Ed.) Poetry for Children, Lon , 1881-84, 3 parts, 

Hemans, Charles Isidore, 1817-1876 ; son of 
Mrs. Hemans, the poetess; passed most of his life in 
Italy, chiefly at Rome, where he was honorary secretary 
and librarian of the English Archaeological Society. 1. 
Catholic Italy: Part I. Rome and the Papal States, 
Lon., 1860. 2. The Story of Monuments m Rome and 
her Environs, Florence, 1864-65, 2 parts, Svo. 3. A His- 
tory of Ancient Christianity and Sacred Art in Italy, 
Lon., 1S67, cr. Svo. 

"It contains, in the first place, a sketch of the leading 

the local Roman Church during the first nine centuries, 
illustrated by the minute knowledge of monumental and 
other antiquities acquired by one who has been for many 
years a resident in Rome. It also contains an elaborate ac- 
count of the religious art treasures of Borne and Bavenna, 
ba&ed on a careful and minute inspection, and some notice 
of the churches and religious monuments of other Italian 
cities. . . . Mr. Hemans's book possesses a further and very 
exceptional value, as recording the impression made by 
long acquaintance with the present life and historic me- 
morials of tne great Christian metropolis, especially the 
Catacombs, on an educated man of deeply religious senti- 
ment who several years ago joined the Koinan Catholic 
Church and has recently left its communion. ... It is 
then in the author's estimate of the past and present of 
Catholicism, and in his anticipations of its future, that the 
main interest of this remarkable volume centres " Sat, 
Rev., xxiv 572. 

4. A History of Mediaeval Christianity and Sacred Art 
in Italy A.D. 900-1450 ; in Rome from 1350 to 1500, 
Lon., 1869-72, 2 vols. 12ino. (This is a sequel to the 
preceding work.) 

" A more transparently candid writer, being also a man 
of strong religious convictions, we never recollect to have 
fallen in with; . . . but we are often tempted to wish that 
he had taken more pains to systematize his knowledge and 
present us with the broad results."^. Rev., xxvm. 191 

5. Historic and Monumental Rome: a Hand-Book, 
Lon., 1874, cr. Svo, 

Hemans, George Willoughby, and Hassard, 
Richard. On the Future Water-Supply of London, 
Lon., 1866, Svo. 

Hemenway, Abby Maria. 1. Poets and Poetry 
of Vermont, Rutland, 1858, Svo. 2. (Ed.) Historical 
Gazetteer of Vermont, 1860, 3 vols. Svo. 

Hemenway, Asa. A Genealogical Record of One 
Branch of the Hemenway Family, from 16S4 to 1880, 
Hartford, Conn., 1S80, Svo. 

Hemery, Francis H. The Soul Speaks, and other 
Poems, Lon., 1874, 4to. 

Hemingway, J. B H. Mississippi Supreme Court 
Reports, vols. Iv.-lx,, (1878-83,) Chic., El., 4 vols. Svo. 

Hemiup, Mrs* Maria Remington* The Law 
of Heat : Original Observations : Expansion of Ice-in 
Harmony with the General Law, <fcc,, Geneva, N. York, 
1880, Svo. 

Hemming, George Wirgman, JffJL, Q.C., b. 
1S21 J graduated, senior wrangler, at St. John's College, 


Cambridge, 1844; called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn 

1850, standing counsel to Cambridge University since 
1875. 1. An Elementary Treatise on the Differential 
and Integral Calculus, Cambridge, 184S, Svo; 2d ed., 
enl., 1852. 2. First Book on Plane Trigonometry, Lon., 

1851, Svo. 3. (Ed.) Equity Cases before the Master of 
ihe Rolls and the Yice-Chancellor, Lon., 1867, 6 vols. Svo. 

4. (Ed.) Chancery Appeal Cases, Lon., 1S67, 3 vols. Svo. 
With MILLER, ALEXANDER EDWARD, Reports of Cases 
adjudged m the High Court of Chancery before Sir W. 
P. Wood, Vice-chancellor, 1862-65, Lon., 1863-66,2 vols. 
Svo And see JOHNSON, H. R. V., infra. 

Hemming, William Douglas. 1. The Medical 
Student's Guide, Lon., 1S76, 4to. 2. Aids to Forensic 
Medicine and Toxicology, Lon., 1877, 12mo ; 4th ed , 
18S5. 3. Questions and Answers on Materia Medica, 
Medicine, Midwifery, Pathology, and Forensic Medicine, 
Lon., 1S77, 12mo; 2d ed., by H. A. Husband, 1S82. 4 
Otorihoea; or, Discharge from the Ears: its Varieties, 
Causes, Complications, and Treatment, Lon , 1879, 12mo. 

5. Thioat Diseases and the Use of the Laryngoscope. 
Illust. Lon., 1881, 12mo. 

Hempel, Charles Julius* M.D., [ante, vol. i, 
add.,] 1S11-1879. During the last years of his life he 
practised at Grand Rapids, Mich. 1. The True Organi- 
zation of the New Church, as indicated in the Writings 
of Emanuel Swedenborg, and demonstrated by Charles 
Fourier, N. York, 184S, 12mo. 2. A New and Com- 
prehensive System of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 
N. York, 1859, Svo; 2d ed., rev. and enl., 2 vols. r. Svo. 
3. (Trans.) The Venereal Diseases, by G-. H. G-. Jahr 
with Additions, N. York, 1868, Svo. 4. The Science of 
Homoeopathy , or, A Critical and Synthetical Exposition 
of the Doctrine of the Homoeopathic School, N. York, 
1874, Svo. 

Hemphill, Barbara, d. 1858, daughter of Rev. 
Patrick Hare, rector of Golding, Tipperary, marued to 
John Hemphill, (d. 1833.) 1. Lionel Deerhurst; or, 
Fashionable Life under the Regency : a Novel, Lon , 
1846, 3 vols. p. Svo. 2. The Priest's Niece; or, The 
Heirship of Barnulph, Lon., 1855, 3 vols. p. Svo. 3. 
Freida, the Jongleur : a Novel, Lon , 1857, 3 vols. p. Svo. 

Hemphill, Richard* God m his Works; or, 
Redemption in Creation, Dublin, 185S, 12mo. 

Hemphill, Samuel. Tatianus. The Diatessaron : 
a Harmony of the Four Holy Gospels, compiled m the 
Third Quarter of the Second Century : now first edited 
in an English Form, with Introduction and Appendices, 
Lon., 1888, Svo. 

Hemphill, William Despard. Stereoscopic Il- 
lustrations of Clonmel and the Surrounding Country, 
including Abbeys, Castles, and Scenery : with Descrip- 
tive Letter-Press, Dublin, I860, 4to. 

Hempstead, Fay* Random Arrows, [verse,] Phila., 
1878, 12uio. 

Hempstead, Rev. T. Poems, N. York, I860, 

Hempton, John. (Ed.) The Siege and History of 
Londonderry, Lon., 1861, 12mo; new ed., 1866. 

Hemsley, William Botting. 1. Hand-Book of 
Hardy Trees, Shrubs, and Herbaceous Plants : based on 
the French Work of Messrs. Decaisne and Naudin, Lon., 
1873, Svo. 2. Diagnoses Plantarum novarum vel minus 
cognitarum Mexicanarum et Centrali-Arnerieanarum, 
Lon., 1S78-79, 2 parts, Svo. He was one of the authors 
of the volumes on Botany in the " Biologia CeutralU 
Americana," (see GOBSTAN, F. DU C. t supra,) and of re- 
ports on botany in the " Challenger" Report. 

Hemstreet, William. The Economical Euro- 
pean Tourist: a Journalist Three Months Abroad for 
$430 : including Ireland, England, France, Switzerland, 
Italy, &c., N. York, 1875, Svo, 

Hemyng, Philip H. 1. The Sea as a Profession ; 
or, How to iSend a Boy to Sea, Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 2. 
Undecorated Heroes. Illust. Lon., 1886, 12mo. 

Hemyng, Samuel Brace bridge, called to the 
bar at the Middle Temple 1862. 1. The Curate of 
Invinsk : a Clerical Biography, Edin., 1860, p. Svo. 2. 
The Dark Cloud with the Silver Lining, 1dm., 1861, or. 
Svo. 3. Gaspar Trenchard : a Novel, Lon., 1864, 3 vols. 
p. Svo. 4. Eton School Days. By an Old Etonian 
Lon., 1884, Svo. Anon. 5. The Orange-Girl, Lon., 
1865, 12mo. 6. Butler Burke at Eton, 1865, p. Svo. 7. 
Called to the Bar, Lon., 1867, 12mo ; new ed., 1883. 8. 
Secrets of the Dead-Letter Office, Lon., 1868, p. Svo. 9. 
Contesting the County, and other Tales. By an Elec- 
tioneering Agent. Lon., 1868, p, Svo. 10. Secrets of 


the Turf; or, How I won the Dei by, Lon., 1808, \2rno. 
11. On the Eoad : Tales told by a Coinmeioial Traveller, 
Lon., 1868, 12ino. 12. The Danger Signal, and other 
Tales, Lon., 1868, 12mo; new ed., 1881. 13. The Fa- 
vourite Scratched; or, The Spider and the Fly: a Story 
of the Day, Lon., 1869, p. 8vo. 14. Held m Thiall, 
Lon., 1869, 12mo. 15. The Girl of the Period- her For- 
tunes and Misfoi tunes, Lon , 1 869, p. 8vo. 1 (5 The Man 
of the Peiiod, or, The Girl he Lovccl and the Gnl he 
Married, Lon , 1870, p. Svo. 17. The Season at Brighton : 
a Romance of Fashionable Life, Lon , 1870, p 8vo. 18. 
(Ed.) Curious Crimes, Lon , 1871, Svo. 19 The Com- 
mune in London; 01, Thirty Years Hence: a Chapter 
of Anticipated History, Lon., 1871, 12mo. 20. Too 
Sharp by Half; or, The Man who made Millions, Lon., 
1871, 12mo. 21. Telegraph Secrets, Lon , 1877, p. Svo. 
22. River Secrets, Lon, 1880, fp. 23 On the Hank; 
or, The Adventures of a Cabman, Lon., 1880, 12mo. 24. 
Strange Journeys, Lon., 1880, fp. 25. In the Force ; 01, 
Revelations by a Private Policeman, Lon., 1880, 12mo. 
26. The Bondage of Brandon: a Novel, Lou., 1881, 'A 
vols. p. 8vo. 27. The Women of London : a Romance, 
Lon., 1884, 12mo 28. The Women of Paiis, Lon., 1 884, p 
Svo. 29. The Stockbroker's Wife, and other Sensational 
Tales of the Stock Exchange, Lon., 1885, p. Svo. 30. 
Tued for his Life; or, A Mysterious Case, and other 
Stories, Lon., 1885, p. 8vo. 31. A Dead Hoat; or, Nock 
and Neck, Lon., 1887, 12mo. 32. The Demon Jockey ; 
or, A Run of Luck, Ac., Lon., 1887, 12ino. 33. Sharks 
of Society, Lon., 1888, p. Svo. 

Hencliie, JE. J. An Elementary Treatise on Men- 
suration, Lon., 1888, or. Svo. 

Henderson 9 Mrs. 1. Aunt Mabel's Prayer, Edin., 
1870, I2mo. 2. Asriel ; or, The Crystal Cup : a Talo for 
the Young, Edm., 1872, 12mo. 

Henderson, A. G. (Trans.) Philosophy of Kant : 
Lectures by Victor Cousin, Lon.. 1870, p Svo. 

Henderson, Alexander Edward* An Analyt- 
ical Digest of Cases decided in the Supietne Courts of 
Scotland, and on Appeal by the House of Lords, 1807- 
1877, Edm., 1878, 4to. 

Henderson, Alfred* Latin Pi o verbs and Quota- 
tions: with Translations, etc, Lon,, 1869, Svo. 

Henderson, Andrew, M.R.C.S. 1. Seventeen 
Years' Experience in the Treatment of Disease by 
Means of Water, Lon., 1859, Svo. 2. Hydropathy and 
Homoeopathy compaied, Lon., 1860, Svo. 

Henderson, Archibald. Palestine : its Histor- 
ical Geogiaphy. Maps. Lon., 1S85, p. Svo. 

Henderson, D. M Poems, Scottish and Amer- 
ican, Bait., 1888, 12mo. 

Henderson, Daniel. Our Imbroglio, (the Crisis,) 
and the Wa,y out of it, Melbourne, 1868, Svo. 

Henderson, Ebenezer, LL.D., 1809-1879, b, at 
Dunfermlme; an astronomer and archaeologist 1. Life 
of James Ferguson, F.R.S , Edin. and Lon., 1807, Svo, 

"There is interest enough connected with the subject of 
these imperfect memoirs for the record at large to form an 
emphatic chapter in what we have been UBod of late to 
call the history of self-help." Sat. JKev,, xxv, 92 

2. The Annals of Dunfermline and Vicinity. A.D. 
1069-1878. Illust. Glasgow, 1879, 4to. 

11 The value of the book does not consist so much in its 
originality although many curious facts are introduced 
as m its being an ample and methodical presentation of 
the materials contained in the * Eegistrum de Dunferme- 
lyn,' and m many other chartularfes and treatises more 
or less rare." Ath , No 2707 

Henderson, Mrs. Emily, a daughter of John 
Adolphus, (7. v.j ante, vol. i.) Recollections of tho 
Public Career nnd Piivate Life of the Late John Adol- 
phus, the Eminent Barrister and Historian : with Ex- 
tracts from his Diaries, Lori., 1871, Svo, (Contains an- 
ecdotes of John Kemble, Barham, and other celebrities,) 

Henderson, Florence .Leslie, b, 1859, at Truro, 
Eng. 1. Sketches in Verse. By F. L. II. Truvo, 1878, 
Svo 2. Three Drawing-Room Plays : Cinderella, The 
Lady Help, The Story of the Stars, Lon., 1884, p. Svo. 

Henderson, Mrs. Frances C. (Ed.) Dunder- 
viksborg, and other Tales: forming an Epitome of 
Modern European Literature, Phila,,, 1881, 12rno,- 2d 
ed., 1883. 

Henderson, Frank, 1. (Ed.) Six Years in the 
Prisons of England. By a Merchant, Lon., 1869, 8vo* 
2. (Ed.) Sketches, Literary and Theological : Selected 
from G. Gilfillan, Lon., 1881, Svo, 

Henderson, G. R* The Story of a Moorish Knife, 
Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 


Henderson, George, M.D., and Hume, Allan 

O., C.B. Lahore to Yarkand . Incidents of the Route, 
and Natural History of the Countries traversed by the 
Expedition of 1870, under T. D. Porsjth, C.B., Lon., 
1873, Svo. 

"The record of the adventures of three adventurous 
Englishmen on a journey undertaken in the year 1870. . 
The leader of the expedition was Mr Shaw, who had 
already attracted attention by his account of a visit to 
Yarkand and Kashgar in 1868 Mr T D Forsyth, a well- 
known civilian, represented the Government of Lord Mayo ; 
and observations were made, specimens were collected, and 
a narrative of the journey was written, by Dr Henderson, 
the medical officer attached to the expedition. The writer 
of the account has found an able coadjutor in a son of the 
late member for Montrose, Mr Allan Hume . . The work, 
though chiefly attractive to botanists and ornithologists is 
by no means unsuited to the general reader." Sat eo., 
xxxvi 182 

Henderson, George J. Lingua: an Interna- 
tional Language for Purposes of Commerce and Science, 
Lon., 1888, 12mo. 

Henderson, Gilbert Stuart, called to the bar at 
the Middle Temple 1876; practises before the High Court 
of Calcutta, The Law of Intestate and Testamentary 
Succession in India: including the Indian Sucee&sion 
Act of 1865, Calcutta, 1882, Svo. 

Henderson, Howard. Practical Hints on Camp- 
ing. Illust. Chic., 1882, 12mo. 

Henderson, Isaac, b. 1850, in Brooklyn, N.Y.j 
graduated at Williams College; was connected as part 
owner and publisher with the New York Evening Post 
1872-81, and has since resided in Europe, I, The Prel- 
ate : a Novel, Bost , 18S6, 12mo. 

" Finely written, full of situations and incidents, it yet 
exhibits a perfectly organized and developed plot." Critic, 

2. Agatha Page : a Parable, Bost., 1888, 12mo ; Lon., 
1888, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 

Henderson, J. T. Bobbie's Christmas Dream, 
Edm., 1874, 18mo. 

Henderson, Rev. James, D.D., of Galashiels. 
Sermons with Memoir by J. Cairns, Lou., 1859, 12mo. 

Henderson, James, M.D. Shanghai Hygiene; 
or, Hints for the Preservation of Health in China, 
Shanghai, 1863, 8vo. 

Henderson, Capt. John, of the 7Sth High- 
landers. Excursions and Adventures in New South 
Wales, Lon., 1855, 2 vols. p. 8vo. 

Henderson, John* 1. (Trans.) The Beaver-Trap- 
pers; from the German of Horn, Lon., 1870, 12mo. 2. 
(Trans.) The Military Chest: an Incident of War; from 
the German of Horn, Lon., 1870, 12mo. 3. (Trans ) 
The Story of Frithiof ; from the German, Edin., 1S73, 
18mo. 4. (Trans.) Malo on Asphalte Roadways, Lon., 
1886, p. 8vo. 

Henderson, John, W.S. Caithness Family His- 
tory. Edited, with a Biographical Sketch of the Author, 
by A. B. H. Edin., 1884, 4to 

Henderson, John *, Jr. Our National System 
of Education : an Essay, N. York, 1877, 16mo. 

Henderson, John Macdonald. The History 
of the Rebellion in Ceylon during Lord Torrington's 
Government : affording a Comparison with Jamaica and 
Governor Eyre, Lon., 1 868, p. Svo. 

Henderson, Joseph W, The Colored Man and 
the Ballot, Oakland, Cal., 1888, 12mo. 

Henderson, Julia Putnam, ("Theta," pseud.) 
1. Annie Balfour and her Friends; or, Influence, and 
how to use it, N. York, 1870, 16mo. 2. Miss Mary and 
her Scholars ; or, The Lord's Prayer Illustrated and Ex- 
plained. Illust. N. York, 1871, 16mo. 

Henderson, Katherine. Born to be a Lady: a 
Novel, Lon., 1874, p. Svo. 

Henderson, Mark Anthony* The Song of Milk- 
anwatha. Illust. 3d ed., Albany; 1883, 16mo. 

Henderson, Mrs, Mary F. Practical Cooking 
and Dinner-Giving. Illust. N, York, 1876, 12mo. 

Henderson, Rev. Matthew H., D.D. The 
Canon of Holy Scripture: with Remarks upon King 
James's Version, the Latin Vulgate, and the Doaay Bible, 
N. York, 1868, 16mo. 

Henderson, Peter, 1823-1890, b, at Pathhead, 
near Edinburgh ; removed to the United States, and be- 
came a seedsman and greenhouse harticalturist in Jersey 
City and New York. 1. Gardening for Profit: a Guide 
to the Successful Cultivation of the Market and Family 
Garden, N. York, 1867, 12mo. 2. Practical Floriculture: 
a Quid to the Successful Cultivation of Florists* Plants. 
Illust. N, York, 1869, 12mo. 3. Gardening for Pleas- 


ure : a Guide to the Amateur in the Fruit, Vegetable, 
and Flower Garden. Illust. N. York, 1875, 12mo. 4. 
Henderson's Hand-Book of Plants, N. York, 1881, 
12mo. 5. Garden and Farm Topics, N. York, 1884. 6. 
How the Farm Pays, N. York, IS 84. 

Henderson, Richard. Manual of Agriculture, 
Edin., 1877, Svo. 

Henderson, Robert, of Oatlands Park. A Me- 
moir of the Late Rev G. Armstrong: with Extracts 
from his Journals and Correspondence, Lon., 1S59, Svo. 

Henderson, Robert, late of the 32th Lancers. 
The .Soldier of Three Queens a Narrative of Personal 
Adventures, Lon., 1865, 2 vols. p. Svo. 

Henderson, Rev. Robert, rector of Brompton 
Ralph. The Book of Revelation : being a Brief View 
of its Structure and the Connection of its Parts, Lon.. 
1879, Svo. 

Henderson, Thomas. New Developments of 
Algebra, Phila , 1877, 12mo. 

Henderson, Thalia Susannah. See ENGALL, 
MRS. T. S., siipi a. 

Henderson, W., C.E. The Elements of the Slide 
Rule, Madras, 1879, 12 mo. 

Henderson, Rev. William, of Ballarat. Chris- 
tianity and Modern Thought : Twelve Lectures, Ballarat. 
1861, Svo. 

Henderson, William. 1. Notes on the Folk- 
Lore of the Northern Counties of England and the Bor- 
ders : with an Appendix on Household Stories by S. 
Baring-Gould, M.A., Lon., 1866, p. Svo, 2d ed., 1S79. 

" A pleasant collection of stories of various kinds, mainly 
from the bishopric of Durham and other paits of old 
Northumberland, but illustrated by kindred tales from 
other parts. ... Mr Henderson ^simply tells his stories; 
... he makes no attempt to enter on the scientific side 
of his subject 'llns he leaves to Mr Baring-Gould "Sat. 
JRev , xxni. 535 

[The second edition is] " so much enlarged and improved 
that, except in a library catalogue, it may well be treated 
as a new book. We have no hesitation in saying that it is 
the most important contribution to the branch of knowl- 
edge which it illustrates that has appeared since Sir Henry- 
Ellis issued, upwards oi sixty years ago, his edition of 
Brand's ' Popular Antiquities.' 1 ' Aead., xix. 21. 

2. My Life as an Angler. Biust. Lon., 1879, Svo : 
2d ed., 1SSO. 

'* By far the most important contribution, of late years to 
angling literature." Ath , No. 2711 

" Independently of the interest which the book derives 
from its descriptions or suggestions of river scenery, is 
that which \*e gain from the natural history with which, 
the angling details aie mterspersed/ r p#&itor, Hi 1416. 

Henderson, William, M.D., F.R.C.P. Bdin., 1810 
-1872, b. at Thurso, Scotland ; graduated in arts and in 
medicine at the University of Edinburgh ,* professor of 
general pathology theie 1842-69. In 1845 he became a 
homoeoputhist, and many unsuecesful efforts were subse- 
quently made to oust him from his chair. A Dictionary 
and Concordance of the Names of Persons and Places, 
&c., in the Old and New Testaments, Edin., 1869, r. Svo. 
Also, several controversial pamphlets on homoeopathy, 

Henderson, William, printer. 1. The Cedars: 
a Poem. By W. H. Lon., 1872, Svo. 2. Who Wrote 
Shakespeare ? By W. H. Illust. Lon., 1S87, p. 8vo. 

Henderson, Very Rev. William George, 
M.A., B.C.L., b. 1819 ; graduated at Magdalen College, 
Oxford, 1840 ; ordained 1844 ; head-master of Leeds 
Grammar-School 1862-84; dean of CarlUle since 1884. 
1. (Ed.) Missal e ad Usum Insignis Ecclesiae Eboracensis, 
(Surtees Soe. Pub.,) Newcastle, 1874, 2 vols. Svo. 2. (Ed.) 
Manuale ct Processionale ad Usum Insignis Ecclesiae 
Eboracensis, (Surtees Soc. Pub.,) Newcastle, 187&, Svo. 
3. (Ed.) Liber Pontificalis Christopbori Bainbridge, 
Archiepiscopi Eboracensis, (Surtees Soc. Pub.,) New- 
castle, 1875, Svo. 

Hendley, Thomas Holbein* Memorials of the 
Jeypore Exhibition, (" The Razm Namah, or History of 
the War,") Lon., 1883, 4 vols. 4to. 

Hendrix, Rev. Eugene Russell, D.D., b. 1847, 
in Howard Co., Mo. ; became a minister in the Method- 
ist Episcopal Church j editor of the St. Louis Christian 
Advocate 1 877-78 j president of Central College, Fay- 
etie, Mo.. 1878-81; elected bishop 18S6. Around the 
World : with an Introduction by the Rev. Bishop Mar- 
vin, Nashville, Tenn., 1 87S, 12mo. 

Hendry, John, W.S. 1. A Manual of Convey- 
ancing, In the Form of Examinations, Edin., 1859, p. 
Svo ; 3d ed., rey. by JT. P. "Wood, &c,, 1881. 2, Styles 
of Deeds and Instruments in Accordance with the Titles 



to Land (Scottish) Acts, 1858 and I860, <fcc By a Con- 
veyancer Revised hy a Member of the Bar Edin . 
1S61, 8vo Anon 2d ed , with author's name, 1862 
And see MOWBRAY, J* T > inf> a 

Hendy, David Pontmg. Baptism, or, What 
Saith the Scripture ? a Poem, Lou , 1873, 16mo 

Hencage, Charles. (Trans ) Journey in the 
Caucasus, Persia, Ac , by Baron Mas von Thielmann, 
Lon , 1875, 2 vols p 870 

Heney, Thomas, of New South Wales Fortu- 
nate Da-vs, Sydney, 18S7. 

Henfrey, Charles. A Few Hints on Colours as 
applied to the Toilet, Decorations of Booms, Embroid- 
ery, Fancy Work, and the Garden By C H Brighton, 
ISfiS, 12mo Anon 

Henfrey, Henry William, 1852-1881, son of 
Arthur Henfrey, [ante, 10! i ,] b in London, educated 
at Brighton College , was a member of the Numismatic 
Society of London, of the British Archaeological Asso- 
ciation, &c 1 A Guide to the Study and Arrangement 
of English Coma giving a Description of Every De- 
nomination of E\ery Issue, in Gold, Silver, and Copper, 
from the Conquest to the Present Time with All the 
Latest Discoveries, Lon , 1870, Svo, new ed , rev. by C 
3? Keary, 1885 2 Nmisnmta Cromwelhana , or, The 
Metallic History of Oliver Cromwell Illustrated by his 
Coins, Medals, and Seals Published m Parts. Lon , 
1877, 4to 

Henhara, Rev. William Townsend, MA, 
graduated atChiist's College, Cambridge, 1801 , ordained 
1851 , viear of Streatley, Berkshire, since 1880. Ser- 
mons, chiefly Practical, Lon , 1869, p Svo. 

Henley, Rev. and Hon. Robert, M A , son of 
the second Baron Henley, b 1831, graduated at Baikal 
x College, Oxford, 1853, and at Wells Theological College 
1354 , ordained 1854 , vicar of Putney, Surrey, since 
1861. 1 The Great High Priest Six: Lectures, Lon , 
1858, p Svo 2 The Prayer of Prayers, Lon , 1861, fp 
8vo B Samtlmess a Coarse of Sermons on the Beati- 
tudes, Lon, 1864, 12mo 4 Pro More Lex Some 
Thoughts on our Position, Lon , 1869, Svo 5. Musings 
OH the Revelation of St John the Divine, Loo , 1872, Svo. 
Henley, T* O. A Handful of Paper Shavings, 
Lon , 1861, 32mo 

Henley, William Ernest, formerly editor of the 
Magazine of Art , became editor of the Scots Observer, 
a new weekly paper published at Edinburgh, 1888 He 
has contributed literary criticisms to the Saturday Re- 
view and other journals A Book of Verses, (Ballades, 
Hondels, Sonnets, <fcc,) Lon , 1888, 16mo, aJso, a large- 
paper ed, 

" What is more singular about this writer's work than 
Its clever craftmanship is its ring of genuine and virile 
humanity " &a/ Jefl,lx:v 770 

Henri, Rev* Silas. 1, Religion m Earnest de- 
signed to aid in Forming and Perfecting the Christian 
Character, Lon, 1851, 12mo 2* The Burning Spirit 
and the Flaming Life, or, Living Religion Exemplified 
in the Life and Character of Sfc Paul, Lon , 1856, 12mo 
3 Heart Yearnings , or, Living Truths for Living, 
Dead, and Dying Souls, Lon , 1859, 12mo 4 Lightning- 
Plashes , or, Outspoken Truths to Professors of Religion, 
Lon , 1877, p. Svo 5 The Beautiful m Christianity , 
or, Entire Sanetification the Grand Centre of the Chris- 
tian Religion, Lon , 1880, Svo, Also, single sermons, 
lectures, Ac 

Hejinah, Mrs* Ann* 1 Thirty-One Old Testa- 
ment Narratives m Verse, Salisbury, 1876, p Svo 2 
Twenty-Seven New Testament Narratives m Verse, Sal- 
isbury, 187t>, p Svo 

Heunell, Miss Sara Sophia. 1. Prize Essay 
Christianity and Infidelity an Exposition of the Argu- 
on Both Sides, LOB., 1857, Svo. 2. Essay on the 
Tendency of Butler's Analogy, Low , 1859, 
3 The Early Christian Anticipation of an Ap- 
hmg End of the World, Lou , 1860, cr, Svo 4. 
ghts in M& of tfaith, gathered chiefly from recent 
Works in Tleology and Philosophy, Lon , I860, p. Svo 
5 Present Bel'igian, as a Faith owning Fellowship with 
Though, Lon^ 1865-87, 2 parts, p Svo 

Hennen, William I>, A Digest of Louisiana 
Eeports, from the JPirst Martin to the Fifteenth Louisa- 
ana Annual, Bost., 1852, 2 vols Svo 

Henuessey, Henry. 1. On tne Study of Science 
in its Relations to Individuals and Society, Dublin, 1858, 
Svo ; 2d ed , 1859 2. The Relations of Science 
em Civilization, Lon,, 1S$2, Svo. J $ j 


Hennessy, Sir John Pope, K C M G , Knight 
of Malta, b 1834, at Cork , called to the bar at the Inner 
Temple 1S61, MP for King's County 1859-65 lie 
has been got ernor of several colonial islands and settle- 
ments, and was transferred in 1882 to the colony of 
Mauritius 1 Napoleon JII and the Rhine, Lon , 
1866, Svo 2. Sir Walter Raleigh m Ii eland, Lon , 
1S83, p Svo 3 Lord Beaoonsfield's Irish Policy Two 
Essays on Ireland, Lon , 1885, 8vo x 

Hennessy, William Maun sell, M B. I A , 
1828-1889, b at Castle Gregory, County Kerry, Ireland , 
was one of the writers of the Nation newspaper 185:3- jQ , 
obtained a portion in the latter year in Dublin Ci-tle, 
and in 1868 entered the Pubho Record Office of Ii eland, 
of which he became assistant deputy keeper 1 (B<1 ) 
Chronieon Seotorum a Chronicle of Irish Affairs from 
the Earliest Titnes to A D 1 135, with a Supplement, Ac , 
(" Rolls" Ser ,) Lon , 1S66, Svo 2 (Ed ) The AnnaH 
of Loch Ce" a Chronicle of Imh Affairs from AD 10 H 
to A D. 1590 with a Translation, ("Bolls" Ser ,) Lon , 
Ib71, 2 vols 8vo 3 (Ed ) The Book of Peenagh, [text 
and translation,] 1S75, 4to 50 copies, privately printed 
4 (Ed) Poets and Poetry of Munster, 3d ed , lu^ti 
text, revised by W M H , Dublin, 1883 5 (Ed ) An- 
nals of Ul&ter, otherwise, AnnaU of Senat a Chronicle 
of Irish Affairs from AD 431 to A D 1540 with A 
Translation and Notes, (" Recoid" Ser , Ireland ) vol i , 
Dublin, 1887, Svo 

Heimiker, Rev. Robert, d 18SO 1 (Ed ) Stories 
from English History, for Young Children, Lon , 1861 7 
new ed, 1868, ISrao 2 Tiifiea foi Tiavellers being a 
BoA/SapiGv i) KQ%\i5iw, Lon , 1864, 12mo 

Henningseu, Charles Frederick* 1S15-1877, 
b m England, of Swedish paients, served in the Carhst 
army in Spain in 18^4, and afterwards m the Russian 
army in Cireassia, took part in the Hungarian revo- 
lution of 1848, and in 1856 joined William Walker m 
Nicaragua During the civil war he served in the Con- 
federate army and was made brigadier-geneial 1 The 
Last of thegophis a Poem, Lon ,1831,p Svo 2 Scenes 
from the Belgian Revolution, Lon , 1S32, Svo 3 The 
Most Striking Events of a Twelve Months' Campaign 
with Zumalaearregui in Navarre and the Basque Piov- 
inces, Lon , 1836, 2 vols 12nao 4 Revelations of Rus- 
sia , or, The Emperor Nicholas and his Empire in 1S44 
By One who has seen and describes Lon , 1844, 2 vols 
p Svo Anon 3d ed, 1846 5 The White Slave, or, 
The Russian Peasant-Girl, Lon., 3845, 3 vols p Svo 
Anon 6 Eastern Europe and the Emperor Nicholas, 
Lon, 1846, 12mo Anon 7 Sixty Years Hence a, 
Kovel, Lon , 1847, 3 vols p 8vo, 8 Analogies and Con- 
trasts , or, Comparative Sketches of Fiance and England, 
Lon , 1848, Svo" 9 Kossuth and " The Times," Lon , 
1851, 12rno 10 The Past and Future of Hungary, 
Lon , 1852, p Svo 

Hewrici, Glaus* Skeleton Structures, especially 
in their Application to the Building of Steel aud Iron 
Bridges, Lon , 1865, 8vo 

Henriques, Alfred Gutteres, called to the bar 
at the Middle Temple 1853 On some Legal and Eco- 
nomic Questions connected with Land-Credit and Mort- 
gage Companies , 2d ed , rev , Loa , 1864, Svo. 

Henry, Alexander, M D, A Glossary of Scien* 
tifie Terms p for Genera! Use, Lon , 1860, am p Svo 

Henry, Alexander, M B , of Edinburgh Poso- 
Jogical an& ftp&rapeutic Tables: containing the Doees, 
Actions, andtlses of the Medicines in the Biitisb Phar- 
macopoeia, Lof a H75, sq 8vo 

Henry, Rer |L G, ten years a missionary in 
China. 1 The Crosaan4 the Dragon , or, Light in the 
Broad East, Lou , 1885, p. Svo (The first eight ohap^ 
ters are descriptive of life and customs m China, and 
the remaining eighteen treat of missionary enterprise m 
that country ) 

"An honest and satisfactory work, written by a man 
who deals only with tacts that have come under his own 
notice, but deals with them exhaustively " Spectator, Iviii 

2 Lmg-tfam , or, Interior Views of Southern China, 
including Travels |n the Hitherto Untraverse,<t Island of 
Hainan, Lon , 1^80, p, 8vo 

"Mr Henry does not profess to deal scientifically With 
eracesandtegu^geaof Itag-Nta, he only writes right 
on of wfcftt&e himself sa^na !iea{V''~wAaad l , 

[ante* vol. i , 

Stones, and his < 

ed., 1872. X OofflBi<tfi^te 


8&0, Umo, new 
pf tha Elements 


and Conditions of Social Welfare and Human Progress, 
N. York, I860, 12ino. 3. Politics and the Pulpit: a 
Tract for the Times. By an Episcopal Clergyman. N. 
York, I860. 4. History and its Philosophy: an Ad- 
dress, N. York, 1868, Svo. 5. Household Liturgy ; or, 
Order of Daily Prayer for Families, N. York, 1873, 18ino. 
6. About Men and Things- Papers fiom my Study- 
Table Drawer, N. York, 1875, 12mo. 7. Satan as a 
Moial Philosopher- with other Essays and Sketches, 
N. York, 1877, 12ino. 8. The Endless Future of the 
Human Race, N. York, 1879, 12mo. 

Henry, Charles. Bambridge Holme: a Novel 
Lon., 1881, 2 vols. cr. Svo. 

" Henry, D. S.," (Pseud.) See DIRCKS, HENRY, 
sup) a. 

Henry, Daniel. Under a Fool's Cap : Songs, Lon., 
1883, 12mo. 

Henry, Rev. David, of New Marnock. Christian 
Baptism : its Nature, Mode, and Subjects, Aberdeen, 
I860, 12mo. 

Henry, Mrs. E. Poems, Edin., 1865, p. Svo. 

Henry, Edgar. 89 ." edited from the Original 
Manuscript, New York, MDCCCXCL, N. York, 1888, 

Henry, Frederick P., M.D. A Practical Treat- 
ise on Anaemia, Phila., 1887, 12mo. 

Henry, Mrs. George. (Trans.) Irene's Dower, 
by C. Deslys, Lon., 1878, p. Svo ; new ed., 1879. 

Henry, Major Guy Vernor, b. 1839, at Fort 
Smith, Indian Territory ; graduated at the U.S. Military 
Academy in 1861 ; served through the civil war, be- 
coming brigadier-general of volunteers in 1864, and has 
since served against the Indians. 1. Military Record of 
Civilian Appointments in the United States Army, N. 
York, 1865-71, 2 vols. Svo. 2. Army Catechism for Non- 
Commissioned Officers and Soldiers, Salt Lake City, 1881. 
3. Manual on Target Practice, Fort Leavenworth, Kan., 

Henry, Rev* IT. A*, Rabbi. Discourses on the 
Book of Genesis, San Fran., 1864, 12mo. 

Henry, H. L. Little Ada ; or, The Three New 
Years. By H. L. Illust. Phila., 1871, 18mo. 

Henry, J. T. The Early and La.ter History of Pe- 
troleum: with Facts in Regard to its Development m 
Western Pennsylvania, &c., Phila., 1873, Svo. 

Henry, James, M.D., d. 1876, set 78; b. at 
Dublin; graduated with the classical gold medal at 
Trinity College in 1818; attained eminence and large 
practice as a physician in spite of his unorthodox re- 
ligious opinions, and of the enmity of the profession in- 
curred by his sarcastic tracts and his habit of charging 
only five shillings a visit, on the ground that "no doctor's 
opinion was woi th a guinea." Having been enriched by 
a large legacy, he gave up medicine and devoted himself 
to scholastic pursuits, chiefly with the object of obtaining 
the materials for a complete commentary on the j33neid 
of Virgil, and, with this end in view, began, about 1848, 
a series of journeys throughout Europe, accompanied by 
his wife, and, after her death, by his daughter, wander- 
ing for the most part on foot, searching for every rare 
edition and ill-collated MS. of his favonte author, and 
becoming acquainted with scholars and librarians in all 
the principal cities and seats of learning. After a full 
quarter of a century thus employed, he returned to Dub- 
lin, where he spent his few remaining years, diligently 
prosecuting his researches in the Library of Trinity Col- 
lege. See an article by J. P. Mahaffy, Academy, vol. x. 
p. 162. The following Jibt of Dr. Henry's works is 
chiefly derived from Mr. Mahafry's article. They were 
all, or nearly all, printed for private circulation, except 
the second volume of the last mentioned, which was 
a posthumous publication, 1. Milinria accuratius de- 
scrip ta: Thesis habita in Univ. Dub., 1832, Svo. 2. 
A Dialogue between a Bilious Patient and a Physician, 
Dublin; 2d ed., Dublin, 1838; 6th ed., 1843. 3. An 
Account of the Druken Sea, Dublin, 1840. 4, An Ac- 
count of the Proceedings of the Government Police in 
tb$ Gity of Canton, Dublin, 1840, I2rno. 5. A Letter 
to fte Secretaries of the Dublin Mendicity Institution, 
DuWfn, 1840. 6. Report of Meeting of the Informers 
of Xfarityhn the Day alter the Execution of John Dela- 
hunt By m Infotmer. Dublin, 1842. 7. Ttoe 
Boolsa I., II.. rea&Md into BngKsh Blank 
J. H., Dublin* IttWMh 8. Tke Unripe W 
Prose and Y*tt 3Wh, XSSI. 9. 'My Bok 
Dresden,, IM&, dfy VtfMB of * Twelve 


Discovery in the First Six Books of the JEneis, Dresden, 

"In his Twelve Years' Journey through the JEneid of 
Virgil' Dr Henry first disclosed to the world that a great 
new commentator on Virgil had arisen, and those who \vill 
look through Conington's -work will see how many of the 
best and most original notes are ascribed to Henry!" J. P. 
MAHAFFY, loc at 

11. A Half-Year's Poems, Dresden, 1854 12. Poems, 
chiefly Philosophical in Continuation of ** My Book" 
and "A Half- Year's Poems," Dresden, 1858, 2 parts. 
13. Thalia Petastata . a Foot-Journey from Carlsruhe 
to Bassano, [verse,] Dresden, 1859. 14. Religion, 
Worldly-Mindedness, and Philosophy, [Remarks on 
Dr. Cheyne,] 1860. 15. Menippea, Dresden, 1866. 16. 
^Bneida; or, Critical, Exegetical, and JBsthetical Re- 
marks on the JEneis: with a Personal Collation of All 
the First-Class MSS., and Upwards of a Hundred of the 
Second-Class MSS , All the Principal Editions, Lon. and 
Dublin, 1873-79, 2 vols. Svo. (Vol. i. part i. printed at 
Leipsic ) 

" It is like the work of a sixteenth-century scholar, of a 
man who studied and thought and wrote without hurry 
or care, who loved his subject and scorned the applause 
of the vulgar crowd As such, and as the fullest and best 
exegesis ever attempted of Virgil, Dr Henry's commen- 
tary cannot fail to take a permanent and unapproachable 
place "J. P MAHAFFY. 

Henry, James, b. 1809, in Philadelphia; president 
of the Moravian Historical Society. Sketches of Mora- 
vian Life and Character, Phila., 1859. 

Henry, James Buchanan. (Ed.) The Messages 
of President Buchanan : with an Appendix containing 
Letters from Members of his Old Cabinet, N. York, 1888, 

Henry, Jardine* 1. The Government Annuity 
Tables, Lon., 1856-59, 2 vols. Svo. 2. The Hand-Book 
for Life Assurers j 2d ed , Edin., 1887, p. Svo. 

Henry, John. The Pure Delight, [a poem,] Lon., 
1868, 12mo. 

Henry, Joseph, LL.D., 1797-1877, an eminent 
American scientist, the first secretary and director of the 
Smithsonian Institution from 1 846 to has death The Sci- 
entific Writings of Joseph Henry, Wash., 1 886, 2 vols. Svo. 

Henry, Luciau Edward. (Ed.) Last Days of 
F. A. P. Dupanloup, Bishop of Orleans, Lon., 1879, p. 
Svo. Also, school-books. 

Henry, Lucien. (Ed.) Flowers of Christian Wis- 
dom : with a Preface by Lady Herbert of Lea, Lon., 
187;*, 18mo. 

Henry, M. H* 1. The Treatment of Venereal Dis- 
eases: a Monograph on the Method pursued in the 
Vienna Hospital, N. York, 1872, Svo. 2. Treatment of 
Varicocele by Excision of Redundant Scrotum. Illust. 
Phila., 1881, 12mo. 

Henry, Mrs. Mary H., (" Howe Benning," pseud.) 

I. Essie's Journey, and what she found in it, Bost., 1871, 
16mo, 2. Grace Courtney ; or, Seeking the Shepherd. 
Illust. 1871, 16ino. 3. Nix's Offerings. Illust. 1873, 
16mo. 4. Hester Lenox, 1877, 12mo. 5. father's 
House, 1880, 16mo. 6. Opening Plain Paths, 1881, 
12rno. 7. Quiet Corners, 1882, I2mo. 8. Finding her 
Place, 1883, 12rno. 9. Ursula's Beginnings, Lon,, 1886, 
sq. 16mo. 10. Miss Charity's House, Bost., 18S6, 16mo. 

II, Hope Reed's Upper Windows, Lon., 1887, sq^. 16mo. 
12. One Girl's Way Out, Bost, 1887, 12mo. 

Henry, Fhineas* Poems, Manchester, 1876. 

Henry, R. 1. Ethel's New Papa, and A Summer's 
Holiday, Lon., 1876, 12mo. 2. Dickey Bird, Lon., 1876, 
12 mo. 3. Original Readings, [prose and verse,] Lon., 
1880, 4. The Cabman's Story, and other Readings, in 
Prose and Verse, Lon., 1882, 12mo. 

Henry, Mrs* Sarepta M. Irish. 1. Victoria: 
with other Poems, Cin., 1865, 16mo. 2. After the Truth, 
3 vols* 12mo. 3. The Pledge and the Cross, N. YorK, 
1879, 16mo. 4. The Voice of the Home; or, How Roy 
went West, and how he cme Home again, N. York, 18S2, 
16mo. 5. Mabel's Work: Sequel to ** The Voice of the 
Home," N. York, 1882, 16mo. 0, Beforehand: a Com- 
panion Volume to " One More Chance/' N. York, 1888, 

Henry, William John Charles. I. (Trans.) 
The Truth : from the Portuguese of J. C. Saldanha de 
Oliveira e D$,un, Loo., 1872, 16mo. 2. Portugal; or, 
The Results of a. liberal government, Lon., 1880, Svo. 

**Hctaflel 'Octavia," (Pseud.) See SEtMOtra, 
. J., mfrcti , 
$l; William Ufcjer, b. 18$1, at Qu*rryville, 

fc I graduated trt Franklin and Marshall College 



appointed attorney-general of Pennsylvania 1891 Life 
of T. A Hendncks, 1884 With PARKER, GEORGE F , 
Life and Public Services of Grower Cleveland and Thar- 
man, Pbila , 1SS8, 12ttxo 

Henshall, James A. 1. Book of the Black Bass 
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gether with a Practical Treatise on Angling and Fly- 
Fishing Illust Cm, 1881, 12mo 2 Camping and 
Cruising in Florida Illust Cm., 1884, Svo, Annie B. Amusements for Invalids, 
Bost , 1870, ISmo 

Henshavv, Samuel. (Ed ) The Entomological 
Writings o Dr Alpheus Spnng Packard, 1887 

Henshaw, Mrs* Sarah Edwards, Our Branch 
and its Tributaries being a History of the Work of the 
Northwestern Sanitary Commission and its Auxiliaries, 
Chie , 186S 

Hen shew, T. W. Young Mrs Charnleigh a 
Novel, N York, 1883, 12mo 

Hensley, Hev. I*ewis, M A , graduated at Trinity 
College, Cambridge, 1S46, ordained 1851; vicar of 
Hitehm, Hertfordshire, since 1856 1 Steps to the 
Practical Understanding of the Church Catechism, Oxf 
and Lon , 1860, 12mo 2 Household Deyotiona , or, 
Family Prayers for the Church Seasons, Lon , 1864, p. 
Svo 3 Hymns for the Sundays after Trinity, Lon , 
1S64-, 12tnc> 4 A Few Words on Science, Lon , 187S, 
p. Svo 5. Scholar's Algebra, Lon , 18S7, p. Svo 6. 
Scholar's Arithmetic, Lon , 1887, p. 8vo. 

Henslow, A. F. Cotton, and the Want of it, Lon , 
1863 16mo 

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1859 ; lecturer on botany at St Bartholomew's Hospital 
since 1870. 1 The Theory of Evolution of Living 
Things, and the Application of the Principles of Evo~ 
lution to Religion considered as Illustrative of the Wis- 
dom and Beneficence of the Almighty, Lon , 1873, p. Svo. 
2. Floral Dissections Illustrative of Typical Genera of 
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Hen slow, Rev* John Stevens, [ante, vol i, 
add,] 1796-1851, rector of Hitcham, Suffolk, from 
1S37 For biog, see BLOICBFIELD, L Dictionary of 
Botanical Terms , new ed , Lon , 1861, fp. Svo. With 
SKEPPBB, EDMUKD, Flora of Suffolk a Catalogue of the 
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Henslowe, J. R. 1 Dorothy Compton a Story 
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England, Lon , 1860, fp Svo. 

Hens man, Arthur. Anatomical Outlines, for the 
Use of Students in the Dissecting- Rooms. Illust Loa , 
1873-80, 4 pans, sin 4to. 

Hensman, Howard* The Afghan War of 1879- 
80 Maps Lon, 1881, 870 

'* Sir Frederick Roberts says of the letters here published 
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or graphw ' . , Mr Hensman enjoyed singular advan- 
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Hensman, John, attorney -at-Iaw The Oath and 
the Accused; or, The Right of Every Man to give Evi- 
dence in Courts of Justice, Lon., 1862, 8vo. 

Hensoii, William. The Dutchman's Family* a 
Poem , new ed , Lon , 1873, 32mo 

Hent, R, W, Forms and Use of Blanks in Con- 
formity to the Laws of California, and adapted for Ne- 
vada, Oregon, Washington* Idaho, Montana, Arizona, 
and Utah, San Fran , 1869, 2 vols. Svo 

Henty, George Alfred, b. 1832, at Trumptng- 

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Jack, a journal ior boys 1 The Mnrch to Magdala, 
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"Hepburn, Alice," (Pseud) See BOUTEIX, 


Hepburn, Duncan D. 9 ("Emerald Isle," pseud ) 
Stray Rhymes Illust 2d ed , enl , Lon , 1886, p Svo, 

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Hepburn, James Curtis. 1 A Japanese and 
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2 A Japanese-English and English-Japanese Diction- 
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Hepplestone, Jane. What her Face said tlw 
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Heptenstall, E, The Great Bubble Co-Operative 
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left the Unitarian for the Pi esbyterian pulpit, and, after 
preaching for some years at the Church of the Disciples, 
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Hepworth, Mrs. George Hughes. The Little 
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Hequembonrg, Rev, C, L. Plan of the Crea- 
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1860, 12mo. 

Hera lid, Edith. 1. Lecture on Tennyson, Lon., 
1878, I2rno. 2. The Mystery of Askdale : a Story, Lon , 

1885, p. Svo. 

Heraud, John Abraham, [ante, vol. i., add.,] 
171)9-1887, b. in London ; contributed to the Quarterly 
and other reviews j was assistant editor for three years of 
Eraser's Magazine, and edited the Monthly Magazine and 
the Christian's Monthly Magazine. 1. Shakspere : his 
Inner Life as intimated in his Works, Lon., 1865, Svo. 
2. The Wreck of the " London :" a Lyrical Ballad, Lon,, 
1866, Svo. 3. The In-Gathering: Cimon and Peri, a 
Chain of Sonnets, Lon., 1870, 18mo. 4. The War of 
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Komance, [verse,] Lon., 1877, 12mo. 

Herbermann, Charles George, LL.D , b. 1840, 
near Munster, Westphah.i; professor of Latin in the 
College of the City of New York. Business Life in 
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Herbert, Hon. Auberon Edward William 
Molyneux, B.C.L., son of the third Ea,rl of Carnai von; 
b. 1838; educated at Oxford; M.P. for Nottingham 
1870-74; a knight of the Dannebrog Order. 1. The 
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Papers, Lon., 1885, Svo. 

Herbert, David, M.A., (''Daryl Holme," pseud.) 
1. The Lost Father; or, Cecilia's Triumph: a Story of 
Our Own Day, Edin., 1870, Svo. (In the preface the 
author states that this stoiy is a "transference" of Julie 
Gouruud's * Cgcile, ou la petite Scaur.") 2. (Trans.) The 
Young Mountaineer; from the French of Gouraud, 
Edin., 1870, Svo. 3. Great Historical Mutinies : com- 
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Mutiny at Spithead, the Mutiny at the Nore, <&c , Lon., 
1875, p. Svo. 4. (Ed.) Fiah and Fisheries : a Selection 
from the Prize Essays of the International Fisheries 
Exhibition, Edinburgh, 1S82. Maps and Illust. Edin., 
1S83, Svo. Also, editions of the works of Fielding, 
Smollett, and Sterne. 

Herbert, Frances Georgiana. A Legend of 
Pembroke Castle, and other Tales, Lon., 1853, 2 vols. 
p, Svo. 

Herbert, George. 1. Gerald Fitzgerald : a Novel, 
Lon., 1358, 3 vols. p. Svo. 2. Willie Atherton: a Tale, 
Lon., 1862, p. Svo. 

Herbert, George Robert Charles, Earl of 
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health to resign that office and to give up active political 
life. With KINGSLEY, GEORGE HB*RT, M.D., South Sea 
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Herbert, Henry Howard Molyneux, fourth 
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Eton, and at Christ College, Oxford, where he obtained a 
first class in Classics ; succeeded his father (see CARNAR- 
VON, LORD, ante, vol. i.) 1S49 ; under-secretary of state for 
the colonies 1858-59, and secretary 1866-67 and 1874-78 ; 
lord-lieutenant of Ireland 18S5-S6. He was president 
of the Society of Antiquaries 1878-85. 1. The Archae- 
ology of Berkshire: an Address, Lon., 1859, 12mo. 2. 
Recollections of the Druses ot the Lebanon, and Notes 
on their Kehgion, Lon,, 1860, p. Svo. 3. (Ed.) Remi- 
niscences of Athens and the Morea: Extracts from a 
Journal of Travels in Greece in 1839. By Henry John 
George, Earl of Carnarvon. Lon., 1869, Svo. 

" The scattered notes now published by his son ... are 
pleasantly and freshly written, and may help to remind 
his successors of some picturesque scenes and to preserve 
a few incidents characteristic of a curious state of society.'* 
Sat Rev , xxvu. 489. 

4. (Trans.) Agamemnon of JEschylus, Lon., 1879, p. 
Svo. 5. (Trans.) The Odyssey of Homer, Books I.-XII. : 
in English Verse, Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 

11 The translation, on the whole, is worthy to take rank 
with the late Lord Derby's ' Iliad.' " E. D. A. MOKSHEAD : 
Acad. t xxx. 355. 

6. (Ed.) Letters of Philip Dormer, fourth Earl of 
Chesterfield, to his Godson and Successor, Oxf., 1890, Svo. 

Herbert, Henry William, ("Frank Forester," 
pseud ,) [ante, vol. i., add.,] d. 185S. 1. Hints to Horse- 
keepers . a Complete Manual for Horsemen, N. York, 
1860, 12mo. 2. Fugitive Sporting Sketches. Edited by 
Will Wildwood, [F. E. Pond.] Milwaukee, 1S79. 3. 
Sporting Scenes and Characters. Edited by Will Wild- 
wood. Phila., 18SO. 4. Poems of Frank Forester. 
Collected and Edited by Morgan Herbert. Illust. N". 
York, 1S88, 4to. And see JUDD, D. W., infra. 

Herbert, Jane Emily. 1. Poetical Recollections 
of Irish History, Lon., IS42, 32mo. 2. The Bride of 
Imael ; or, Irish Love and Saxon Beauty : a Poem of 
the Time of Richard the Second, Dublin, 1S47, 12mo. 

5. lone's Dream, and other Poems, Lon., 1S53, p. Svo. 
4. A Short History of Ireland, from the Earliest Periods 
to the Year 1798, Dublin, 1886, p. Svo. 

Herbert, John Beresford, (his name was origi- 
nally John Alcock,) called to the bar at the Middle 
Temple 1847. The Labourers' Allotments Act, 18S7: 
with the Debates, Lon., 1887, Svo. 

Herbert, M. N. By the Cliff's Brow, Lon., 1SSS, 
p. Svo. 

Herbert, Maria. Songs of Home, Reigate, 1S80, 

Herbert, Lady Mary, grand-daughter of the third 
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Percy E. Herbert, (d. 1876 ) The Types and Antitypes 
of Holy Scripture: with References. Edited by the 
Dean of Hereford. Lon., 1872, 12mo , new ed., 1880. 

Herbert, Mary Charlotte, (Phillpotts,) b. 
1839, at Gwennap vicarage, Cornwall j mained, 1S77, 
to John Maurice Herbert. 1. Paul's Mountain Home, 
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Lost Five Minutes, Lon., 1S65, p. Svo. Anon. 3. The 
Cruise of the *' Lapwing," Lon., 1868, p. Svo. Anon, 
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6. (Ed.) Double Acrostics. By Various Authors. Truro, 
1869, 16mo, 7. Maggie's Secret, Lon., 1S71, 2 vols. p, 
Svo. 8. John Barrow j or, Coals of Fire, Lon., 1871, p. 
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11. Drifted Away : a Tale of Adventure, Lon., 1S77, 
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Herbert, Mary Elizabeth, Lady, b. 1S22, at 
Heytesbury, Wiltshire ; daughter of Gen. Charles Ashe 
A'Court; married, 1S46, to Sidney Herbert, afterwards 
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age she was much in the society of Sir Eobert Peel and 
other distinguished persons. In 1865 she became a Ro- 
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benevolence and religion, and in literary labor having 
chiefly the same object. 1. The Mission of St. Francis 
of Sales In the Chablais, Lon., 1S64, p. Svo. 2. Three 
Phases of Christian Love: the Mother, the Maiden, and 
the Religious, Lon., 1866, Svo; new ed., 1877. 3. Cra- 
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The Mother of St Augustine, [abridged from the " His- 
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1868, p Svo. 9 (Trans ) The Life of H Dovie", the Mar- 
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1S70, Svo II The Two Sisters a, Tale for the " Good 
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Life of T Ve*nard, fiom the French, Lon, 1870, Svo 
14 (Trans ) The Month of March, St Joseph, <fee , by M. 
de Gentelles, Lon , 1872, ]6u]0 15 Wil fulness and its 
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Sunshine , or, Algeria m 1871, Lon , 1872, Svo 17 
(rerommo a True Story, Lon , 1S72, p Svo 18 (Trans ) 
Twenty-Fire Years of my Life, and Memoir of my 
Mother, by A de Lamartme, Lon , 1872, 2 vols p Svo 
19 Life of Maiy Chembiaa CUre of St Francis, Lon , 
Ib74,cr Svo 20 ( Trans.) A Ramble round the World, 
3 871, by Earon von Hubner Illust Lon , 1874, 2 vols , 
newed, 1878, Svo. 21 (Trans ) Monseigneur Mermil- 
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(Trans ) Dorothea Waldegrave a, Tale , from the Ger- 
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Hulst, Lon , 1S76, p Svo 24 Wives, Mothers, and 
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Lagrange, Lon , 1885, 2 vols. Svo 39 (Trans ) The 
Life of J Marohand, by J. B S Marquand, Lon , 
1886, p Svo 40. (Trans ) Lucia (" Le Valbnant,") 
by Mrs. A. Craven, Lon., 1886, 2 vols. p 8vo 41 
Thekla an Autobiography, Lon , 1887, sq 16iuo 42 
(Trans ) F.F 2. de Merode, Archbishop of Mehtiaeasis 
his Life and Works, bj JST. P. L. Besson, Bishop of 
Nismes, Lon , 1SS7, Svo. 

Herbert, Ma>* (Trans ) Early Letters of Eobert 
Schumann, Published by his Wife. Lon , 1887, p Svo. 

Herbert, Nicholas, private secretary to the Rt. 
HOQ C. T Ritchie, M.P , president of the Local Govern- 
ment Board With JBNKIST, A F, The Councillor's 
Hand-Book being a Practical Guide to the Election 
and Business of a County Council under the Local Gov- 
ernment Act, 1888, Lon , 1888, Svo. 

Herbert, Sarah and Mary E. The ^Bohan 
Harp, or, Miscellaneous Poems, Halifax, N.S.. 1857, 

Herbert, Sarah A. F. 1 Trust, or, A Peep at 
Baton Parsonage, N. York, 1S56, ISrno. 2. Weakness 
and Strength.^ or, Out of the Deep, Phila, IS6$, ISrno 
3* May Bell; or, Duty before Pleasure, Bost, 1869, 

Herbert, Thomas* The Law on Adulteration 
being the Sale of Food and Drugs Act, 1875 and 1879 : 
a Hand-Book for Magistrates, Lon , 1884, Svo. 

Herbert, Thomas Martin, M A , professor of 
philosophy and church history in the Lanoa shire Inde- 
pendent College, Manchester* The Realistic Assump- 
tions of Modem Science Examined, Lon., 1879, Svo. 

"A solid and sober statement of orthodoxy, both in 
pmlosopby and relieion as opposed to the phenomenalism 


Herbert, W* Treatise on Bulbous Roots Illust 
Lon , ] 883 

Herbert, Wallace. My Dream, and Verses Mia 
cellaneous, Lon , 1876, fp Svo. 

Herdman, M. S. 8* The Romance of the Banks 
Reminiscences of Army Work, Stirling, 1888, Svo 

Herdman, W* A A Phylogenetic Classification 
of Aminals, for theU"e of Students Illust Lon ,1885- 

Herdman, William Gawin, 1805-1882, b in 
Liverpool, an artist 1 Pictorial Relies of Ancient 
Liverpool accompanied with Descriptions ot the An- 
tique Buildings, Liverpool, 1843, 4to Repunted 1856, 
fol , for private cuculation 2 A Treatise on the Cur- 
vilinear Perspective of Nature, Lon , 18*) 3, Svo 3 
Thoughts on {speculative Cosmology and the Principles 
of Art, Lon ,1870, Svo 

Hereford, Elizabeth J. Eebel Rhymes, and 
otbei POULS, N. York, 1888, 12mo 

Herford, Rev. Brooke, a Unitarian minister 
1 Travera Madge a Memoir, Lon , 1867, cr Svo , 3d 
ed, 1869 2 The btory of Religion in England a 
Book for Young Folk, Lon , 1878, p Svo , new ed , 1883, 

Herford, Charles Harold, Litt P , b 1853, pro- 
fessor of English in University College, Aberystwith. 

1 The Essential Characteristics of the Romantic and 
Classical Styles with Illustrations from English Liter- 
ature, Cambridge, 1880, sra Svo 2 A Sketch of the 
History of the English Drama in its Social Aspects, (Le 
Bas Prize Eeay,) Cambridge, 1881, Svo. 3 The Stoics 
as Teachers, (Hare Prize Essay,) Cambridge, 1882, Svo. 
4. Studies in the Literary Relations of England and 
Germany in the Sixteenth Century, Cambridge, 1886, p. 

11 Mr Herford has disccrered a comparatively unoccu- 
pied neld of research and he has worked it -with remark- 
able diligence and sagacity " Ath , No 30G3 

With WIDGEBY, W H , The First Quarto Edition of 
Hamlet, 1603, (Harness Prize Essays for 1S80,) Lon, 
1880, 12mo 

Herford, Ivan S* Andrew* Stirring Times under 
Canvas, Lon , 18b2, p. Svo 

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Henot, Cuthbert* The Scudamore Chimes: a 
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Herkless, W. R. 1 Scottish University Reform : 
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2 Economics of Fair Trade, Lon , 1884, Svo 
Herman, Henry M. 1. The Law of Estoppel, 

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Mortgages, K" York, 1878, Svo. 4 Commentaries on 
the Law of Ebtoppel and Res Judicata, Jersey City, 1886, 
2 vols Svo 

Herman, J. B. California Supreme Court Re- 
ports, vols xm -sv , (1858-1860,) San Fran , 1861, Svo. 

Herman, William* See RULOFSBN, WILLIAM 
HERMAN, infra. 

Hermon, Harry* Hellensm Second-Sight Mys- 
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Art, Host , 1884, Svo, 

Hern am an, Claudia Frances* The Crown of 
Life Verses for Holy Seasons, Lon , 1886, sq 16mo. 

Herne, Niall. The Minor Chord the Organist's 
Story, Lon , 1887, 12mo 

Her no 11, John. 1 Historical Dramas for the 
People Marcus Antonms, or, The Roman Vintner j 
Andreas Hoffmann, Ac , Lon , 1853, 12rao 2 Cabul a 
Narrative Poem, founded on Incidents in the War in 
Afghanistan ; 2d ed , Exeter, 1860, Svo 3 The Query 
"Was Hamlet Mad?" fully answered m Original and 
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" The Patriot Peasant," a Drama, m Three Acts, Ex- 
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Poems, Senoua and Jocose, Torquay, 1871, 8ro 

Heron, Denis Canlfield. 1 The Constitutional 
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2. An Introduction to the History of Jurisprudence, 
Lon, 1860, Svo 3 The Principles ot Jurisprudence, 
Lon , 1SU Svo 

Heron, Mrs. Emily Australia, b in Australia; 
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1873. The Balance of Paris, and other Poems. By 
Austrahe, [pseud.] Lon., 1877, p. 8vo. 

Heron, Rev. James. The Church of the Sub- 
Apostolic Age : its Life, Worship, and Organization m 
the Light of "The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles " 
Lon , 1888, 8vo. 

Heron, Rev. John M. The Pocket Manual ; or, 
Our Writers' and Travellers* Ready Reference Book for 
Every-Day Use, Phila., 1882, 12mo. 

Heron, Robert Matthew, b. 1823 , educated at 
Trinity College, Dublin ; called to the bar at the Inner 
Temple 1846. 1. Palestina : a Metrical Romance, Lon , 
1846, p. 8vo. 2. Suggestions for a Public Code of Com- 
mon Law and Equity, Lon., 1864, Svo. 3. Further Sug- 
gestions for a Public Code, Lon., 1865, Svo. 4. The 
Irish Difficulty, and its Solution by a System of Local 
Superintendence, Lon., 1868, Svo. 5. The Aristocracy 
and the People: Industry for L eland, founded on a 
System of County Organization and Local Superinten- 
dence, Lon., 1870, Svo. 

Herr, J. G. Scattered Notes on the Text of Shake- 
speare, Phila., 1879, 12mo. 

Her rick, Mrs. Christine Terhune, b. 1859, at 
Newark, N.J. ; daughter of Mary Virginia Terhune, 
*//o/ married James P. Hernck 1SS4. Housekeeping 
Made Easy, N. York, 1888, 16mo. 

Her rick, Clarence L. Contribution to the Fauna 
of the Gulf of Mexico and the South. Illust. Gran- 
ville, 0., 1887, 4to. 

Herrick, Rev. John Russell, b. 1822, at Mil- 
ton, Vt.; educated at the University of Vermont, at 
Andover Theological Seminary, and at the theological 
seminary, Auburn, N.Y. ; held several pafctorates ; pro- 
fesaor of systematic theology at B<mgor, Me., 1867-74; 
president of Pacihc Umveisity at Forest Grove, Oregon, 
1880, and of Dakota University, Vermillion, 1883. Posi- 
tivism as related to the Development and Destiny of 
the Individual, Bost , 1870, Svo. 

Herrick, JLucius Carroll, MD., of Columbus, 
0. G-enealogical Register of the Family of Herrick, 
Columbus, 0., 1885. Privately printed. 

Herrick, M. W., and Doxsee, J. W. 1. Pro- 
bate Law and Practice of Iowa and Dakota, Chic,, 1884, 
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Law and Practice of Iowa and Dakota : containing All 
the Amendments and Additions to the Probate Statutei 
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Ac., Chic., 1887, Svo. 

Herrick, Rev. Samuel Edward, b. 1841, in 
Southampton, N Y ; graduated at Amherst 1859, and at 
Princeton Seminary 18f>l ; ordained pastor of a Presby- 
terian church at Wappmger's Falls, N.Y., 1863, and since 
1864 has been pastor of Congregational churches in 
Chelsea, Mass., and m Boston. Some Heretics of Yes- 
terday, Bost., 1884, p. Svo. (Contains sermons on Taukr, 
Wichf, Savonarola, <fec.) 

Herrick, JHrs. Sophie Mellvame, (Blechoe,) 
b. 1837, at Garnbier, O.j married, I860, to James Burton 
Herrick j became editor of the Southern Review in 1877, 
and in 1878 joined the editorial staff of Scribnei's 
Monthly. 1. Wonders of Plant Life under the Micro- 
scope, N. York, 1883, sq. 16mo. 2. Chapters on Plant 
Life, N. York, 1885, p. 8vo, .3. The Earth in Past Ages. 
Illust. N. York, 1888, 16mo. 

Herrick, William A. The Powers, Duties, nnd 
Liabilities of Town and Parish Officers m Massachusetts, 
Bost., 1870, 12mo; new ed , 1880, Svo. 

Herrick, William Hale, 1860-1887, b. at Box- 
ford, Mass.; graduated at Harvard 1882. (Trans.) 
Quantitative Chemical Analysis by Electrolysis accord- 
ing to Original Methods ; from the Q-erman of Alexan- 
der Classen, N. York, 1887, Svo. 

Henries, Edward, C B., son of Ttt. Hon. J, C. 
Henie*, (q. t?., ante, vol. i. T ) b. 1855 , held various diplo- 
matic potions at Berne, Brussels, and elsewheie, 1854- 
74. Memoir of the Public Life of the Right Hon. John 
Charles Herriea, in the Reigns of George III., George 
IV., "William IV., and Victoria : with an Introduction 
by Sir Charles Hernes, K.C.B , Lon., 1880, Svo. 

"The book would, it appears, never have been written 
"but for some ill-considered passages in Mr, Walpole's 
recent History of England wnce 1815 Mr, Edward Hernes 
conclusively disproves charges which are only partially 

n.^jKV.V.Wu. *,j VF>"- v^*-. T,,-.-,,^** *** *JV** - ^..^wn"-.-ij-T T ~1-"T 

biography and in Mr, GretaUe's Memoirs." Sat, Jfew r li 20. 
Herring, Rev. Armine Styleman, M.A., grad- 
'uated at Corpus Chrisii College, Cambridge, 1S57; or- 


dained 1858 ; vicar of St. Paul's, Clerkenwell, since 1865. 
1. " Emigration for Poor Folks," Lon., 1869, Svo. 2. 
Letters from Abroad : with Hints to Emigrants proceed- 
ing to the New Dominion of Canada, Lon., 1871, Svo. 

Herring, Richard, [ante, vol. i., add.] 1. A Prac- 
tical Guide to the Varieties and Relative Values of Paper, 
Lon., 1859, r. 4to. 2. A Few Personal Recollections of 
the Rev. George Croly r with Extracts from his Speeches 
and Writings, Lon., 18(>l,fp. Svo. 3. On the Telegraphs, 
Lon , 1874, 4to. 4. " Sound Constitutional Principles" 
in Theory and Practice, Lon., 1S77, Svo. 5. A Lecture 
on Peisonal Experience of English Departmental Gov- 
ernment, Lon , 1S77. Svo. 

Herring, Rev. Richard Francis, graduated at 
University College, Durham, 1881 ; ordained 1881 ; vicar 
of Toxteth Park, Lancashire, since 18S6. "Offerings 
without Cost," and other Sermons, Morpeth, 1882. 

Her ron, S. P. Thoughts on Life and Character, 
Phila., 1873, 12mo, 

Herron, W. W. Texas Supreme Court Citations: 
Alphabetical Table of Cases, (1840-1881,) St. Louis, Ho., 
1884, Svo. 

Heritage, Sidney John Hervon. 1. (Ed.) 
England in the Reign of Henry the Eighth : Part I., 
Starkey's Life and Letters; Part II., A Dialogue be- 
tween Cardinal Pole and T. Lupset, (Early Eng. Text 
Soc.,) Lon., 1871-78, Svo. 2. (Ed.) Palladius on Hus- 
bondne : with a Byrne Index, (Early Eng. Text Soc.,) 
Lon., 1873-79, 2 parts, Svo. 3. (Ed.) Tusser's Pive Hun- 
dred Pointesof Good Husbandrie, (English Dialect Soc.,) 
Lon., 1878, Svo. 4. (Ed.) The Early English Versions 
of the Gesta Komanorum, (Early Eng. Text Soc.,) Lon., 
1879, Svo. 5. (Ed.) The Complete Works of S. Bow- 
lands, (Hunterian Club Pub.,) Glasgow, 1880, 4to. 6. 
(Ed.) Catholicon Anglicuni : an English-Latin Word- 
Book, dated 1483- with a Preface by H. B. Wheatley, 
(Early Eng Text Soc.,) Lon., 1881, Svo. With LEE, 
S. L., (ed.) The English Charlemagne Romances, (Early 
Eng. Text Soc.,) Lon., 1879-87, 12 parts, Svo. 

Herschel, Clement* 1. Continuous Revolving 
Drawbridges : Principles of Construction, <fcc. Illust. 
Bost., 1875, Svo. 2. On Waves of Translation that em- 
anate from a Submerged Orifice, N. York, 1875, Svo. 

Herschel, Sir John Frederick William, [ante, 
vol. i , add.,] 1792-1871. 3. Physical Geography j from 
the Encyclopaedia Britannica, Edin, 1861, 12mo. 2. 
Meteorology : from the Encyclopaedia Britannica, Edin., 
1861, p. Svoj 2d ed., 1870. 8. The Telescope; from the 
Encyclopaedia Britannica, Edin., 1861, fp. 8vo. 4. An 
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considered in Reference to the Choice of a Standard of 
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tific Subjects, Lon., 1S66, p. Svo. 6. (Trans.) The Iliad 
of Homer, m English Accentuated Hexameters, Lon., 
18(56, Svo. 

Herschel, Mrs* Mary Cornwallis. Memoir 
and Correspondence of Caroline Hersehel, Lon., 1876, 
Svo; 2ded., 1S79. 

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life given to work which, it done for itself alone, would 
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after-times." Sat. JRev , xli. 471. 

Herschell, Ridley Haim, [ante, vol. i., add.,] 
1807-1864, Suzelno, of Jewish parents? a Protestant 
dissenting minister in London from 1S3S. 1. A Visit to 
my Fatherland: being Notes of a Journey to Syria and 
Palestine, Lon , 1843, 18mo. 2. The Mastery of the 
Gentile Dispensation, Lon., 184S, 12rno. 3. (Ed.) Jew- 
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new ed., 1855. 4. The State and Expectation of the 
Jews, Lon., 1854, 12ino. 5. The Golden Lamp: an Ex- 
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12mo. 6. Strength in Weakness : Meditations, Lon., 1 860. 

Hersey, Charles* Reminiscences of the Military 
Life and Sufferings of Col. T. Bigelow during the War 
of the Revolution, Worcester, Mass., 1860, Svo. 

Her&hon* Paul Isaac, 1817-1888, b. in Galicia, 
of Jewish parentage ; a Christian missionai v among the 
Jews in England and the East 1. (Ed.) Extracts from 
the Talmud, Lon., I860, 12mo. 2. The Pentateuch ac- 
cording to the Talmud : Part I., Genesis : with Com- 
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Miscellany : or, A Thousand and One Extracts from the 
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Svo. 4. 'Oger#th bat-talmud : Treasures of the Talmud : 
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the Judsjo-Pohsh with Notes, Lon , 1885, Svo 

Hertford, A. C. Among the Heather a Highland 
Story, Lou, 1881, 2 \ols p Svo. 

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Hervey? Albert. Ten Years in India; or, The 
Life of a Young Officer, Lon , 1850, 3 vols p Svo 

Hervey, Rev. Alpheus B. 1* Sea-Mosses a 
Collection, Oaide, and Study of Marine Algse, Bost, 
1SS1, 12mo. 2. Wild Bowers of America , from Origi- 
nal Water-Color Drawings, Bost, 1881, r Svo 3 (Ed.) 
Fairy Flowers from Ocean Bowers : Selected and Ar- 
ranged Illust Boat , 1886, 12mo. 4 Wayside Flowers 
and Ferns. Illust Bost, 1836, 4to With WARD, 
KICHA.RD KALSTJSD, (trans ) The Microscope m Botany, 
by Julius Wilhelin Behrens Illust and Plates Bobt , 
1885, Svo 

Hervey, Mrs* Eleanora Louisa, (Montagu,) 
[ante, vol i , add 1 1 Adventures in Tartary, China, 
and Kashmir, Lon , 1853, 3 vols p. Svo. 2 Snooded 
Jessahne, Lon, 1865, 3 vols. p, Svo 3 New Stones 
and Old Legends Itlubt. Lon , 1868, 12mo 4 Our 
Legends and Lu es . a Gift for AH Seasons, Lon., 1 S69, 

LSvo. 5 The Rock Light, or, Duty our Watchword, 
n, 1870, 12mo, new ed., 1883 6 Children of the 
Pear-GKrden, and their Stories, Lon, 1873, I2mo 7 
The Feasts of Camelot, and other Tales, Lon , 1875, 
12nio , new ed , 1884 8 My Godmother's Stones from 
Many Lands, Lon , I $76, 12rno 

Hervey, Lord Francis, M A , sou of the second 
Marquis ot Bristol, b. 1846, graduated at Oxford and 
elected Fellow of Hertford College, called to the bar 
at Lincoln's Inn 1872 , M P. for Bury St Edmunds 
1874-SO and since 18S5 Taking the Alba, and other 
Poems and Ti filiations, Lon , 1873, 12mo. 

Hervey* George Winfred* [nfe, vol. i , add.] I 
A System of Christian Rhetoric for the Use of Preachers 
and other Speakers, Lon , 1873, Svo. 2. Manual of Re- 
vivals* Practical Hints and Suggestions fiom the His- 
itory of Revivals and Biographies of Revivalists, N 
York, 1884, 12nxo. -3. The Story of Baptist Missions in 
Foreign Lands, from the Time of Carey to the Present 
Bate, St. Louis, 1886, Svo 

Hervey, Rev* H* M. Historical Sketches of the 
Presbyterian Church in Licking County, Ohio, Newark, 
0., 1869, Svo 

Hervey, J. E. Stray Thoughts in Prose and Ver?e 
Spring Blossoms with a Preface oy J. S. Eosrsou , 2d ed , 
Lon , 1861. 12mo. 


Hervey, M, F. S. Celebrated Musicians of All 
Nations Illut Lon, 1884, imp Svo 

Hervey, Rosamond. 1 The Aarbergs, Lon, 
1864, 2 vols p Svo 2 Duke Ernest, a Tragedy, and 
other Poems, Lon, I860, 12mo 

Hervey* Rev, Thomas, M A , graduated at Clare 
College, Cambridge, 1840, ordained 1841, rector of 
Colmer, with Pnors Dean, Hampshire, since 1853* 1 
A Plain Hymnal for the Use of the Services of the 
Church of England, Lon , 1859, 12mo 2 Troubles of 
the English Church, 1859-72, examined in a Selection 
from Newspaper Articles, Alton, 1876, Svo Privately 
printed 3 The Bishops of Winchester in the Anglo- 
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Privately printed 4 A History of the United Parishes 
of Colmer and Priors Dean, Colmer, 1880, 4to Printed 
for private circulation. 5 Life of the Rev S Settle, 
Colmer, 1881, Svo Printed for private circulation 6. 
Vana Papers upon Several Subjects, Colmer, 1883, Svo 
Privately printed 7. (Ed ) The Parish Begisters of 
Pnors Dean and Colmer, to the End of 1812, Colmer, 
1886, 4to Privately printed 8 (Ed ) Some Unpub- 
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Drake, Colmer, 1887, Svo Privately printed 

Hesketh, Robert. 1 A Synopsis of the Metro- 
politan Building Act, Lon , 1844, Svo 2 A Project for 
improving the Communication of the Central Parts of 
the Metropolis with Plan, Lon , 1851, obi 

Heslop, Thomas Pretious. 1 The Realities 
of Medical Attendance on the Sick Children of the Poor 
in Large Towns, Lon , 1869, 8vo. 2 The Abuse of 
Alcohol in the Treatment of Acute Diseases, Lon, 
1872, Svo 

Hessels, John Henry, (originally Jan Hen- 
drik,} M A Cantab 1 Henrick Nielaes the Family 
of Love, Lon , 1869, 12mo. 2. (Trans ) The Haarlem 
Legend of the Invention of Printing by Louiens Jans- 
zoon Coster, critically examined by Dr. A Van der 
Linda with an Introduction and a Classified LiBt f 
the Costerian Incunabula, Lon, 1871, Svo 3 (Ed) 
Lex Sahca the Ten Texts, with the Glosses . with Notes 
on the Frankish Words in the Lex Sahca, by Prof H 
Kern, of Leiden, Lon ,1880, 4to 4. Gutenberg Was 
he the Inventor of Printing ? an Historical Investigation, 
embodying a Criticism on Van der Lmde's ** Gutenberg," 
Lon , 1SS2, Svo 

" While we con&ider that Mr Hessels has performed a 
very valuable and rather thankless service in thoroughly 
sifting all tfce evidence on this subject, and has demon- 
strated the weakness of much, of tbe current evidence, we 
cannot think that his treatise answers in the negative the 
question proposed in its title " Sat JSei , Iv 685 

5 (Ed ) Ecclesiae Londino-Batavse Aichivum, Cam- 
bridge, 1886-89, 2 vola 4to 6 Haarlem the Birthplace 
of Printing, not Mentz, Lon , 1887, Svo 

" Mr Hessels -wants neither ingenuity nor erudition , he 
has collected and arranged with great sjall all that Ws 
accessible m regard to Coster and the works attributed to 
him More than ever the singular position and real im- 
portance of these works the undoubted mystery 'Which 
surrounds their origin, are impressed upon us as we read 
Mr Hessels's chapters But they do not force upon us 
Mr Hessels's dogmatic conclusion as to the claims of 
Haarlem" Ato t l8o 8153 

7 (Ed ) Aferahami Ortelu et Virorum eruditorum ad 
eundam et ad Jaoobum Colium Ortehanum Epistulse 
Ex Autographis Ecclesise Londmo-Batavse Cambi idge, 

, Kev. Francis, D C L., d 1882, aged 66 , 
vicar of St Barnabas, London 1 Hints to District Visit- 
ors By F. H Lon , 1858, 32mo, 8th ed , 1S78 2 Papers 
for the Use of Candidates for Confirmation, Lon , 1 859-7fi T 
three series 3 Catechetical Lessons on the Book of 
Common Prayer vol i , Lon , 1869, 12mo 4. A Few 
Parochial Sermons, Lon , 1882, p Svo. 

Hessey, Veil, Jamas Augustus, D C L,, [ante, 
TO! i., add ,3 b. 18H, educated at Merchant Taylors' 
School, London, and at St. John's College, Oxfoid, where 
he graduated, first class Lit Hum, 1836, ordained 
18*7, head-master of Merchant Taylors' School 1845- 
70 , prior to the Society of Gray's Inn 1850-?9 , dean of 
Middlesex since 1875 1 Sunday its Origin, History, 
and Present Obligation considered, in Bight Lecture* 
preached before the University of Oxford, (Bampton 
Lectures,) Lon , I860, Svo, 4th ed , I860 

" No small praise is due to the author for his franknes* 
in running counter to much oi the popular and leeble re 
ligionism of the day " Sat JR&u , xi 72 

2. Xhe Restoration of Holy Places Six Sermon t 
preached at Cray's Inn, Lori., 1862. 3. Biographies of 


the Kings of Judah Twelve Lectures, Lon , 1865, 12mo. 
4. Moral Difficulties connected with the Bible, (Boyle 
Lectures,) Lon., 1871-73, 3 vols. 12ino. Also, many 
single sermons, &e. 

Hessey, Rev. Robert Falkner, M.A., graduated 
at Magdalen College, Oxford, 18-tS , Fellow and tntor 
1853-63; ordained 1855; rector of Basing, Hampshire, 
since 1864. 1. The Twenty Thousand Clergy and the 
Present Crisis; or, The Pastor in his Parish dtaling with 
Infidelity, Lon , 1883, 12mo; 3d ed , 1884. 2. Drifting 
into Unbelief: an Appeal to Thinking Men, Lon., 1885. 

Heth, Henry. A System of Target-Practice: pre- 
pared principally from the French, N. York, 1862, ISmo 

Hetherington, Charles. 1 The Evergreen Oak, 
and other Rhymes, Kingston, 1865, 8vo. 2. Sehm, the 
Nasakchi a Persian Tale, m Verse, Lon , 1867, p, Svo, 
3 The Old Florist, and other Rhymes, Kingston, 1S68, Svo. 

Hetherington, Frederick Wallace. Hether- 
ington's Useful Hand-Book for Intending Emigrants 
Life at Sea, and the Immigrant's Prospects in Australia 
and New Zealand, Lon., 1884, Svo. 

Hetherington, Helen* The Sure Mercies of 
David, Lon., 1866, p. Svo. 

Hetherington, Rev. William Maxwell, [ante, 
vol. i., add.,] 1803-1865; professor of apologetics in New 
College, Glasgow, from 1857. 1. Memoirs and Corre- 
spondence of Mrs. Coutts, Edm., 1854, Svo; 2d ed , 1866. 
2. The Apologetics of the Christian Faith, Edin., 1867, 
Svo. 3. The Martyrs of Scotland, Lon., 1874, 16rno. With 
THOMSON, ANDREW, Family Life, or, Masters and Ser- 
vants as they were, are, and ought to be, Lon , 1856, ISmo. 

Hetley, Mrs- Charles, Native Flowers of New 
Zealand. Illust. Lon., 1888, imp. 4to. 

Heurtley, Rev. Charles Abel, D.D., [ante, vol. 
i , add.,] graduated, first class Math., at Corpus Christi 
College, Oxford, 1827, and elected Fellow; ordained 
1S.U, Margaret professor of divinity and canon of 
Christ Church since 1853. 1. Harmonia Symbohca a 
Collection of Creeds belonging to the Ancient Western 
Church, Lon., 1858, Svo. 2. The Inspiration of Holy 
Scripture : Sermons, Lon , 1861, Svo 3. The Form of 
Sound Words : Helps towards holding it fast : Seven 
Sermons on some Important Points of Faith and Prac- 
tice, Oxf., 1862, Svo, 4. An Inquiry into Scnptuial 
Warrant for addressing Prayer to Christ, Lon., 1S67, 
Svo. 5. Parochial Sermons : Fourth Series, Lon., 1868, 
12mo. 6. (Ed.) Be Fide et Symbolo Documents qusedam, 
nee non aliquorum SS. Patrum Tractatus, Oxi., 1869, 
12 mo. 7. Sermons on some Subjects of Recent Con- 
troversy, Oxf., 1871, Svo. 8. The Athanasian Creed 
Reasons for rejecting Mr. Ffoulkes's Theory as to it-? 
Age and Author, 0*f., 1872, Svo. 9. The Future of the 
Ungodly: Eternal Life G-od's Gift in Christ: Sermons, 
Lon., 1S79, Svo. 10. On Faith and the Creed: Dog- 
matic Teaching of the Church of the Fourth and Filth 
Centuries : being a Translation of the Several Treatises 
contained in the Compilation entitled " Be Fide et Sym- 
bolo," Oxf., 18S6, Svo. 

Hewer, Annie M. Antiseptics: a Book for 
Nurses, Lon., 1S88, cr SVG. 

Hewer, Madeline E. A Child's Warfare; or, 
The Conquest of Self j 2d ed., Lon , 1862, 12mo. 

Hewes, George Whitefield. 1. Ballads of the 
War, N. York, 1862, 12mo. 2. Important to the Bond- 
Holders of the United States . a New Plan to Resume 
Specie Payments and Pay the National Bebt, Phihi , 

1868, 8vo. 

Hewet*on, Henry. 1. Exposition of the Book 
of Revelation, chapters vi., vii,, viii., is. By H. H. 

1869, Svo. 2. Are the Late Wars of Prussia a Fulfil- 
ment of Prophecy? Lon., 1S71, Svo. 3. Forecast of 
Coming Events interpreted from the Scriptures, 1875- 
1879, Woodbridge, 1879, Svo. 

Hewetson, Henry Bendelack. 1. Nature 
cared for and Nature uncared tor : the Result upon the 
Hearts of Men : a Lecture on Ornithology, Ac., Lon., 
1879, Svo. 2. The Influence of Joy upon the Workman 
and his Work. Illust. Lon., 1880, 4to. E. The .Life 
and Works of Robert Hewetson, Boy Painter and Poet : 
containing Phototype Illustrations of Drawings and 
Paintings, together with Original Essay, Poems, and 
Fairy-Tales, Lon., 1881, 4to. 

Hewett, Charles* Chocolate and Cocoa; with 
Easy Methods of Analysis, Lon., 1862, 12mo. 

Hewett, Cresswell, M.D. Guide to Continental 
Medical Degrees, Lon., 1885, er. Svo. 


Hewett, J, F, Napier. European Settlements on 
the West Coast of Atrica : v, ith Remarks on the Slave- 
Trade and the Supply of Cottun, Lon., 1S62, Svo. 

Hewett, Mrs. J, M. M. Frank Ayrton . a Novel, 
Lon., 1883, cr. Svo. 

Hewett, James P. The Votary: a Narrative 
Poem, N. York, 1867, 12mo. 

Hewett, JL. A. (Tians.) Papers on the Tabernacle , 
from the German, Lon , 1881, 16mo. 

Hewett, Waterman Thomas, b. 1846, at Mi- 
ami, Saline Co., Mo. j graduated at Arnherst 1869 ; be- 
came assistant professor of German at Cornell in 1S70, 
and professor of the German language and literature in 
1883. 1. The Frisian Language and Literature- His- 
torical Study, Ithaca, N.Y., 1879, 16mo. 2. Monographs 
on the Aims and Efforts of the Collegiate Study of Mod- 
ern Languages, Bait., 1SS6. 3. The Mutual Relations 
of High Schools and Colleges, Syracuse, 1SS7. 

He wins, Caroline Maria. Books for the Young: 
a. Guide for Parents and Children, N.York, 1SS3, 32mo. 

Hewit, Rev. Nathaniel Augustus, (in religion 
Augu&tine Francis,) D.D , b. 1820, at Pairfield, 
Conn., graduated at Aniherst in 1839: studied law, but 
gave it up for theology, and in 1S42 became a Congrega- 
tional minister ; in the following year he was ordained 
deacon in the Protestant Episcopal Church, and in 1846 
he was received into the Catholic communion. He was 
ordained in 18-47 , became a member of the congregation 
of St. Paul, founded by Father Hecker, aupra y taking 
the religious name of Augustine Francis, and since 
1S65 has been professor ot philosophy, theology, and 
Holy Scripture in the Pauhst Seminary, New York City. 
1. Reasons for Submitting to the Catholic Church, 
Charleston, 1846. 2 Life of Princess Borghese, N. 
York, 1856. 3. Life of a Modern Martyr, Dumouhn- 
Borie, 1S57. 4. (Trans.) Life of the Egyptian Aloysius, 
or the Little Angel of the Copts, by A. Breseiani, N. 
York, 1865, ISino. 5. Life of Rev. Francis A. Baker, 
1865. 6. Problems of the Age: with Studies in St. 
Augustine on Kindred Topics, N. York, 186S, 12mo. 7. 
Light in Darkness : a Treatise on the Obscure Night of 
the Soul, N.York, 1S71, 16ino. S. The King's High- 
way ; or, The Catholic Church the Only Way of Salvation 
as revealed in the Scriptures, N. York, 1S74, 12mo. 

Hewitson, Anthony* 1. Oar Churches and Chap- 
els, their Parsons, Priests, and Congregations : being a, 
Critical and Historical Account of Every Place of Wor- 
ship in Preston. By Atticus, [pseud.] Preston, 1869, 
Svo. 2. Stonyhurst College: its Past and Present, 
Preton, 1870, Svo. 

Hewitson, William Chapman, [ante, TO!, i., 
add.,] 1S06-1S78, b at Neweastle-on-Tyne. 1. Illus- 
trations of New Species of Exotic Butterflies, [with de- 
scriptive letter-press,] Lon, 1855-77, 5 vols. 4to. 2. 
Illustrations of Diurnal Lepidoptera, Lon., 1862-78, 2 
vols. in 1, 4to. 3. Descriptions of One Hundred New 
Species of Hesperidse, Lon , 1867, Svo. 4. Descriptions 
of some New Species of Lycsenidse, Lon., 1S6S, Svo. 5. 
Equatorial Lepidoptera. Parts I. and II. Lon., 1869-70, 
Svo. With MOORE, F , Descriptions of the New Indian 
Lepidopterous Insects from the Collection of the Late 
W. S. Atkinson, (Asiatic Soc. of Bengal Pub.,,) Cal- 
cutta, 1S89, 4to. 

Hewitson, Rev* William Hepburn* For 
biog, see BAILLIE, REY. JOHN, trupra. Select Letters 
and Remains. Edited by Rev. John Baillie, Lon., 
1S53, 2 vols. 12mo. 

Hewitt, J>* C. The True Science of Music, All 
the Particulars of which are in Agreement with the 
Works of the Greatest Masters, Ac., Lon. t I860, r. Svo; 
new ed., " The True Science of Music : being a New Ex- 
position of the Laws of Harmony," Lon., 1864, imp. Svo. 

He Witt 9 Edgar. Poems, Lon., 1SS7, p. Svo. 

Hewitt, Rev. Edward Crawford, LL.D., b. 
1S28, at Button, Mass. ; removed to Bloomington, 111., in 
1858, and was a teacher in the State Normal University, 
of which he has been president since 1876, A Treatise 
on Pedagogy, for Toting Teachers, Cm., 1884, 12mo. 

Hewitt, Edward W., and Coleman, W. E. 
(Bd.) Index of General Orders and Circulars affecting 
the Quartermaster's Department, United States Army, 
1865-77, Fort Leaven worth, Katu, 1878, 12mo, 

Hewitt, Graily. 1. On the Pathology of Hoop- 
ing-Cough, Lon., 1S55, Svo. 2. Practical Considerations 
re>peetmg th Causes and Prevention of Laceration of 
the Penns&mn, Lon., 1861, 8vo. 8. Diagnosis, Pathol- 
ogy, and Treatment of Diseases of Women, I*on., 1B63, 


8vo ; 4th ed , enl., 1882. 4. The Mechanical System of 
Uterine Pathology : being the Harveian Lectures for 
1877, Lon., 1878, Svo. 

Hewitt, Henry JMarmaduke. 1. A Digest of 
Greek Language Examination Questions, Lon., 1877, 
12zno. 2. A Digest of Latin Language Examination 
Papers, Lon., 1877, 12mo. 3. A Manual of our Mother 
Tongue, Lon., 1887, p. 8vo. 

Hewitt, J. A. Summer Songs, and other Poems, 
Lon , 18S3, cr. Svo. 

Hewitt, J. O. M. Our Bible: Three Lectures. 
Illust. Chic., 1875, 12mo. 

Hewitt, James, lecturer on geography at the 
Training College, Battersea. 1. Geography of the Brit- 
ish Colonies and Dependencies : Physical, Political, His- 
torical, and Commercial, Lon , 1860, 12rao. 2. Scripture 
Geography: being an Account of the More Important 
Countries and Places mentioned in Holy Scripture, Lon., 
1862, Svo. 

Hewitt, James. A Hand-Book to Eexharn and 
its Antiquities, Hexham, 1879, Svo. 

Hewitt, Rev. James Alexander, D.C.L., grad- 
uated at St. Augustme's College, Canterbury, 1867; or- 
dained 1871 j rector of Worcester, Cape Colony, South 
Africa, since 1880. Sketches of English Church History 
in South Africa, 1795 to 1848, Cape Town, 1887 j Lon., 
1S8S, 12mo. 

Hewitt, John, [ante, vol. i., add.,] member of the 
Archaeological Institute of Great Britain. 1. Ancient 
Armour and Weapons in Europe ; from the Iron Period 
of the Northern Nations to the End of the Seventeenth 
Century: with Illustrations from Cotetnporary Monu- 
ments, Lon., 1855-60, 3 vols. Svo. (The second volume 
is devoted to the fourteenth century, and the final one 
gives a sketch of the gradual disuse of defensive armor.) 

*' It is not a book for continuous reading , but it will sel- 
dom disappoint the student who turns to it for occasional 
instruction " Sat. JRev , ix 430 

2. Official Catalogue of the Tower Armories, Lon., 
1859, 12mo. 3. Hand-Book for the City of Lichfield 
and its Neighbourhood, Lichfield, 1874, Svo, 2d ed., 1884. 
4 Hand-Book of Lichfield Cathedral j 3d ed., enl., Lich- 
field, 1SS6, Svo. 

Hewitt, John, solicitor. An Exposition of the 
Conveyancing and Law of Property Act, 1881, Lon., 
1882, 12ino. 

Hewitt, Oscar. Poems, Lon., 1887, 12mo. 

Hewitt, William, M D. 1. On Costiveness: its 
Causes, Consequences, and Cure. Lon., 1865, p. Svo 2. 
Diseases of Citv Life: their Causes and Cures, Lon., 
1875, Svo. 

Hewlett, Rev. Alfred, D.D., d. 1885; educated 
at Hertford College, Oxford,* ordained 1831; vicar of 
Astley 1840. 1. Our Sunday-School i its Rise and Prog- 
ress, Lon., 1845, ISrao. 2. Plain Sermons, Lon., 1S46, 
12mo. 3. Anti-Millenarlan Lectures, Allerton, 1854, 
12mo. 4. Sermons and Outlines, Lon., 1858, Svo. 

Hewlett, Rev. Ebenezer, graduated at King's 
College, London, 1852; ordained 1852 ; rector of Charlton- 
on-Medlock, Lancashire, since 18G2. Sermons preached 
at Calne, Wilts, Lon., 1856, 12mo. 

Hewlett, Edgar* Personal Recollections of the 
Little Tew Ghost, Lon , 1854, 12njo. 

Hewlett, Hem y Gay, keeper of the records of the 
land revenue. 1. The Heroes of Europe: a Biographical 
Outline of European History, from A.I. 700 to A.D. 1 700, 
Lon., 1860, 12mo; new ed., 1869. 2. A Sheaf of Verse, 
Lon , 1877, 12mo. 3. (Ed.) Rogeri de Wondover Liber 
qui dicitur Flores Historiaram: vol. i, Lon., 1886. 4. 
Post- Norman Britain : Foreign Influences upon the His- 
tory of England from the Accession of Henry III to tho 
Revolution of 1688, (" Early Britain/') Lon., 1887. 5. 
The Wayfarer's Wallet, Lon., 1888. And see CHOKLEY, 
H. F, wpra. 

Hewlett, John Grigg, Ph.D., DJX 1. Prissilla, 
the Helper: a Memoir of Mrs. Rawton, of Coventry, 
Lon,, 1841, I2mo. 2. Thoughts upon Thought, Lon , 
1843, Svo. Anon. 5th ed., 1862. 3. Oracles Interpreted j 
or, Scripture Difficulties Explained, Lon., 1851, 12rao; 
new ed., 1860. 4. Facts without Fiction, Lon., 1854, 
Svo. 5. Records of the Poor, Lon., 1862, sq. 16mo 

Hewlett, Richard Whitfield. 1. The Baths 
of Borraio, Lon., 1871, Svo. 2. St. Moritz as a Health- 
Resort, Lon., 1871, Svo. 

Hewlett, Miss S. S. Daughters of the King: 
with a Preface by the Bishop of Lahore. Illust. Lon., 
1886, Svo. 


Hewlett, William Oxenham. 1. Notes on Dig- 
nities in the Peeiage of Scotland which are dormant or 
which have been forfeited, Lon, 1882, Svo. 2. Some 
Reasons against the Transfer of Jurisdiction of the 
House of Lords m regard to Scottish Titles of Honour 
to the Court of Session of Scotland, Lon , 1S8.3, Svo. 

Hewson, Addinell, M.D., [ante, vol. i., add ,] b. 
1828, in Philadelphia. Earth as a Topical Application 
in Surgery. Illust. Pbila., 1872, Svo. 

Hewson, Rev. William, M.A., 1S06-1870, b, in 
London, graduated at St. John's College, Cambridge, 
1830; incumbent of Goatlaud iiom 1848. 1. The Obla- 
tion and Temple of Ezekiers Visions in their Relation 
to the Restoration of the Kingdom of I*rael, Lon , 1859, 
Svo. 2. "Thy Kingdom Come;" or, The Christian'*, 
Prayer of Faith nnd Penitence, Lon , 1 859, Svo. 3. Chiis- 
tianity in its Relations to Judaism and Heathenism . in 
Three Tracts, Lon., 1 S60, Svo. 4. The Hebrew and Greek 
Scriptures, compared with Oriental History, Dialling, 
Science, and Mythology, Lon., 1870, 7 parts, Svo 

Hewson, William, C.E. Principles and Prac- 
tice of Embanking Lands from River Floods, as applied 
to " Levees" on the Mississippi, N. York, I860, Svo, new 
ed.. 1870. 

Hexham, Lionel J* F. Harry Roughton ; Remi- 
niscences of a Revenue Officer. Illust. Lou., iSoS, p. 

Hey, Rebecca. 1. Sylvan Musings; new ed., 
Lon., 1849, 12mo 2. The Moral of Flowers, Lon., 1S49, 
12mo. 3. Holy Places, and other Poems, Lon., 1859, 1 2mo. 

Heycock, Edwin. 1. The Exodus of the Israel- 
ites out of Egypt, with other Subjects Illustrative of 
Scripture, explained; 2d ed., Manchester, 1871, 12mo. 
2 The Prophetical History of the Church and the World, 
from the Revelation, Daniel, and Ezekiel, compared with 
and explained by History, Lon., 1S72, p. Svo. 

Heyden, Very Rev. Thomas* Memoir on the 
Life and Character of the Rev. Prince Demetrius A. de 
Gallitzin, Bait., 1869, ISmo. 

Heygate, Rev* William Edward, M.A., grad- 
uated at St. John's College, Oxford, 1839 j ordained 
1840; rector of Bughtstone, Isle of Wight, since 1S69, 
hon. canon of Winchester since 1887. 1. Probatio 
Clerica; or, Aids in Self- Examination to Candidates for 
Holy Oiders, Lon , 1845, 12mo. 2. William Blake; or, 
The English Farmer, Lon., 1848, 12mo. 3. The Church 
of the Holy Trinity, Ely, Lon., 1S48, Svo. 4. Godfrey 
Davenant a Tale of School Life; new ed., Lon , 1S49, 
ISmo. 5. Godfrey Davenant at College; new ed., Lon., 
1850, ISmo. 6. The Wedding-Gift; or, A Devotional 
Manual for the Married, or those intending to Marry, 
Lon., 1850, ISmo ; 2d ed., 1869. 7. Care of the Soul ; or, 
Sermons on some Points of Christian Prudence, Lon , 
1S51, 12mo. 8. Pierre Poussm; or, The Thought of 
Christ's Presence, Lon., 1851, ISmo. 9. Speculation: a 
Tale, Lon., 1S51, 12mo. 10. The Manual : a Book of De- 
votion, chiefly intended for the Poor, Lon., 1S55, 32mo. 
11. Ember Hours, for the Use of Deacons and Priests, 
Lon., 1857, 12mo; new ed., by T. S. Ackland, 1873. 12. 
Catholic Antidotes : Essays, Lon., 1858, p. Svo. 13. Sir 
Henry Appleton; or, Essex duung the Great Rebellion, 
Lon., 1S58, 12mo; new ed., 1876. 14, The Scholar and 
the Trooper; or, Oxford during the Great Rebellion, 
Lon., 1S5S, 12mo. 1 5. The Good Shepherd : Meditations 
for the Clergy on the Example and Teaching of Christ, 
Lon., 1860, ISmo; new -ed., 1876 16. Memoir of the 
Rev. J. Aubone Cook, Lon., 1860, 12mo. 17. The Even- 
ing of Life : or, Meditations and Devotions for the Aged ; 
2d ed., Lon., 1860, p. Svo. 18. The Fugitive, and other 
Poems, Lon., 1870, 12mo. 19. Allegories and Tales, 
Lon., 1S73, p. Svo. 20. The Eucharist: On its Type?, 
and other like Subjects, Lon,, 1874, 12mo ; new ed,, 188;J. 

21. Tales for a Bible-Class of Girls, Lon,, 1875, p. Svo. 

22. Why I am a Christian ; or, A Few Reasons for our 
Faith, Lon., 1876, p. Svo. 23. Why I am a Churchman s 
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Rickey, Rev. William, M A., ("Martin Doyte/ r 
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* Hickliug, William," (Pseud.) See DE COSTA, 
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HicVman, William. Sketches on the Nipisaguit, 
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Hick ma 11, William, M.B. On some Varieties 
and Effects of Caneeious Diseases of Bone, (Liston 
Clinical Prize E-say,) Lon., 1865, Svo. 

Hickman, William A. Brigham's Destroying 
Angel. Illust. N. York, 1872, Svo. 

Hickmau, Capt. William. Theodore. 1. 
Wapperrnouth : a Novel, Lon , 1879, 3 vols. cr. Svo. 2. 
From Poveity to Wealth: a Novel, Lon., 1881, 3 vols. 
cr. Svo ; new ed., 1S83. 3. The Nick of Time: a Novel, 
Lon., 1887, 12mo. 

Hickok, Rev. Laurens Perseus, D.D., [ante, 
vol. i. add.,] 1798-1888, became president of Union Col- 
lege in 1866, hut re&igned that post in 1863 aud removed 
to Amherst, Mass. I. Creator and Creation ; or, The 
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1872, Svo. 2. Humanity Immortal ; or, Man Tried, 
Fallen, and Redeemed, Bost., 1872, Svo. 3. Logic of 
Reason, Univeisal and Eternal, Bost., 1874, Svo. 

Hicks, C. Staiisfeld. 1. Our Boys, and what to 
do with them : The Merchant Service : what it is, and 
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and Canoes : their Design and Construction : with Special 
Chapters on Yachts and Single- Handed Ciuisers. Illust. 
Lon., 18S7, Svo. 

" An admirable exposition of the whole subject." Acad , 
xxxi. 358. 

Hicks, Kev. Edward, M A., B.C.L., ordained 
1872; vicar of St. Stephen's, Sheffield, since 1883. 
Church Music: its On^in, Development, and Present 
Use. Illust. Lon, 1881, p. Svo. 

Hicks, Rev. Edward Lee, M.A , graduated at 
Brasenose College, Oxtord, 1866 ; ordained 1870 j Fellow 
and tutor of Corpus Christi College 1866-73; corre- 
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1882 j hon. canon of Worcester 1884 . principal of Aulme 
Hall, Owens College, Manchester, since 1886. 1. (Ed ) 
The Collection of Ancient Greek Inscriptions in the 
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Henry Bazeley, the Oxford Evangelist: a Memoir, Lon., 
1886, p. 8vo. 

"A more touching book than the sympathetic record 
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we have seldom read." Spectator, lix. 991 

Hicks, George Borlase. 1. Epilepsy and its 
Successful Treatment, Lon., 1879, Svo. 2. Alcohol m 
Health and Disease, Lon., 1885, 12 mo. 

Hicks, George Montague. The Double Doom 
of the Poor Debtoi, Lon., 1853, Svo. 

Hicks, Rev. James. 1. Catechetical Lectures on 
the Incarnation and Childhood of Our Lord Jesus Christ, 
Lon., 1848, 12rno. 2. Plain Sermons on the Teaching 
of the Church in hei Saeiaments, Lon., 1856, 12mo. 

Hicks, Jennie 13 . Sparkles from Saratoga. By 
Sophie Sparkle, [pseud.] N. York, 1875. 

Hicks, John* Wanderings by the Lochs and 
Streams of Assynt, Edin , 1855, 12mo. 

Hicks, John Braxton. On Combined External 
and Internal Version, Lon., 1864, Svo. 

Hicks, Rev, John Wale, M.A., B.Sc., M.D., 
M.R.C.P., tf.R.C.P,, graduated at the University of 
London 1S62, and at Sidney-Sussex College, Cambridge, 
1870j ordained 1S72; vicar of St, Mary the Less, Cam- 
bridge, since 1887. 1. A Text-Book of Inorganic Chem- 
istry, (Local Examination Ser.,) Lon., 1877, 12mo. 2. 
The Reai Presence, Cambridge, 1885. Svo. 


Hicks, Lewis Ezra, A Critique of Design-Ar- 
guments : a Historical Review and Free Examination 
of the Methods of Reasoning in Natural Theology, N. 
York, 1883, Svo. 

Hicks, Rev. W. W, Story of Ike Cottle, the Tm- 
Washer, N. York, 1868, ISmo. 

Hicks, William Henry. A Concise View of the 
Doctime of the Baptismal Regeneration, Lon., 1856, 

Hicks, William Mitchinson, M A., b. 1S50, at 
Launceston, Eng. , giaduated at St John's College, Cam- 
bridge, 1873 , elected a Fellow 1876. 1. Review of the 
Unseen Universe , or, Physical Speculations on a Futuie 
State, (reprinted from the " Briti&h Quartei ly Review,") 
Lon., 1876, Svo. 2. Steady Motions and Small Vibra- 
tions of a Hollow Voitex, (Philosophical Transactions,) 
Lon., 1884, 4to. 3. Reseaiehes on the Theory of Vortex 
Rings- Part II., (Philosophical Transactions,) Lon,, 
1886, 4to. 

Hickson, Miss Mary Agnes. 1. Selections 
from Old Kerry Records, Histoiical and G-enealogical : 
with Introductory Memoir, Notes, and Appendix, Lon , 
1872, Svo. 2. Ireland in the Seventeenth Century ; or, 
The lush Massacres of 1641-42, their Causes and Re- 
sults . with a Preface by J, A. Froude, Lon , 1884, 2 vols. 

" Mibs Hickson has examined the truth of the matter . . 
with the accuracy, acumen, and patient impaitiality of an 
ideal historian Mr Froude, who admits that he has on 
former occasions smarted under her cnticMsms, acknowl- 
edges that there exists thestrorigest influence to bias her to 
the Irihh. view ' She has no English prejudices, she is the 
descendant of some of the exiled and tian&poited Irish 
and Anglo-Irish of 1649, she is keenly alive to the wrongs 
which her country has suffered at English hands, and on 
some points she is in full sympathy with Iris-h Nation- 
alism ' Yet, m the face of such influences, Miss Hickson 
finds herself compelled to give judgment m favour of the 
English contention " Spectator , Ivni 1011. 

(Foi a controversy between J. R. Gai diner, Miss 
Hiekson, J. F. Kegan, and W. B. H. Lecky, in regard to 
the statements in this work, see Acad., vol. xxvi.) 

Hickson, S. J. Sihcated Groove (Siphonoglyphe) 
in the Stomodoeum of Alcyonarians, (Philosophical 
Transactions,) Lon., 1884, 4to. 

Hickson, Sydney. Sexual Cells and the Early 
Stages of Development in Millepora Phcata, (Philo- 
sophical Transactions,) Lon , 188S, 4to 

Hide, Albert. The Age to Come, Lon., 1882, p. Svo. 

Hi eld, Mary. ]. Living Papers from Many Ages. 
Illust. Lon., 1879, 4to. 2. Glimpses of South Ameucaj 
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Hiffernan, John Michael. 1. Watch unto 
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of Our Loid's History from Our Lotd's Mimstiy, Lon., 
1856, 12mo. 4. Thoughts on the Parables, Lon., 1877, 
12mo. 5. Thoughts on Sacied Themes, Lon., 1878, 12mo. 
6 Thoughts on Various Themes, Lon , 1S7S, 12nio. 

Higgens, Charles, M.D., F.RCS., ophthalmic 
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at Guy's Hospital. 1. Hints of Ophthalmic Out- Patient 
Practice, Lon., 1877, 12mo, 3d ed., I860. 2. Manual 
of Ophthalmic Piactice. Illust. Lon,, 1888, p. Svo. 

Higgin, George, C.E. Commercial and Industrial 
Spain, Lon , 1886, p. Svo, 

Higgui 9 L. 1. Hand-Book of Embroidery. Edited 
by Lady Mauan Alford. Lon., 1880, Svo. 2. Margaret 
Grantley: a Study in Black and White, Lon., 1885, 2 
vols. cr Svo. 3. Art as applied to Diess and to Har- 
monious Colour, Lon, 18S5, sq 16mo. 

Higginbotham, J. J. Men whom India has 
known, Madras, 1870-71, 8 parts, Svo; 2ded , lev., 1S74. 

Higgins, Alviu S. Mishaps of Mr. Ezekicl Pellet. 
Illust. 1874, 12mo. 

Higgins, Charles. The Irish Land Question: 
Facts and Arguments, Manchester, 1881, p. Svo; Amer. 
ed., Chic., 1887, under the title < Home Rule," <fcc. 

Higgins, Charlotte JH. The Angel Children, or, 
Stories from Cloudland Illust. Bost,, 1854, 16rao. 

Higgins, Clement, M A., F C.S., b. 1844 ; educated 
at Downing College, Cambridge j called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1871, recorder of Birkenhead since 1882. 
1, A Digest of the Reported Cases relating to the Law 
and Practice of Letters Patent, Lon, 1875-80, Svo, 2. 
A Treatise on the Law relating to the Pollution and Ob- 
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1877, Svo. 3. A Concise Treatise on the Law and Prac- 
tice of Patents for Invention, Lon., 1884, Svo. 


Higgins, David. Studies upon the Harmony of 
the Three Dispensations of Grace. By a Layman of 
the Diocese of Mai y land. N. York, 1866, 16mo. 

Higgins, JEdward. Modern Farming: Four 
Letters, Lon., 1878, Svo; 2d ed., rev., same year. 

Higgins, Emily, (Mayer.) A Week'* Delight. 
N. York, 1854; new ed., Phila., 1886, 16mo. 

Higgins, Rev. Henry Hugh, M A., graduated 
at ^ Corpus Chnsti College, Cambridge, 1836; ordained 
1838, chairman of municipal sub-committee for the 
Liverpool Fiee Museum since 1875. 1. Notes by a Field- 
Naturalist in the Western Tropics. Illust. Lon., 1877, 
p. 8vo. 2. Sermons Broad and Short, \\ith a Discourse 
on Natural Kehgion, Lon., 1883, 12ino. 

Higgins, Rev. J. A., D.D. Life of Rev. Dr. 
Cramp, Montreal, 1SS7, Svo. 

Higgins, J. Frederick. Sewage Matters : their 
Treatment and Application, Melbourne, 1868, Svo. 

Oxford , was a leading writer under the above and various 
other pseudonyrnes on the staff of the London Times fioni 
1854 to 1863, contributing letters and articles on politi- 
cal, military, and other topics. He afterwards joined the 
staff of the Pall Mall Gazette, and also contributed largely 
to the leading reviews and magazines. 1. Light Horse, 
1855, Svo. 2. Three Letters on Military Education, 
Lon,, 1856, Svo. 3. Letters on the Purchase System, 
1857, 12rno. 4. The Story of the Mhow Court-Martial. 
By J. 0. Lon., 1864. 5. Napoleonic Jottings, Lon., 
1865, Svo. 6. Papers on Public-School Education in 
England in I860. By Paterfamilias. Lon., 1865. 7. 
Pansiana ; or, 'Tis He's the Modern Caesar, Lon,, 1865, 
12rno. 8. Essays on Social Subjects: with a Memoir by 
Sir W. Stirling-Maxwell, Lon., 1875, p. Svo. 

Higgins, Capt. Richard Thomas. (Ed ) The 
Records of Kings Own Borderers, or Old Edinburgh 
Begiment, Lon., 1872, Svo. 

Higgins, S., and Brisbane, W. H. Illustra- 
tion of the Divine Government in Eemarkable Provi- 
dences, Phila., 1858; 6th ed., 1864. 

Higgins, Mrs. Sophia Elizabeth. Women of 
Europe in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries, Lon., 
1885, 2 vols Svo. 

" Though these volumes will not be read without much 
weariness, they are evidently the fruit of no small amount 
of good work " Sat Rev , lix 621. 

Higgins, Rev. Thomas, M.A., 1797-1879; grad- 
uated at Brasenoae College 1 818 ; incumbent of Stoulton, 
Worcestershire, 1830-4-3. Ritualism, Historically con- 
sidered chiefly in Relation to the Lord's Supper, Lon., 
1867, Svo. 

Higgins, W. H. The Names of the Stars and 
Constellations : compiled from the Latin, Greek, and 
Arabic : with their Derivations and Meanings, Lon., 
1882, 8vo. 

Higgins, William Mnllinger, [ante, vol. i., add.] 
1. Lessons on Scientific Subjects, for Workers Tinder- 
ground, Lon , 1868, 12mo. 2. The Geological Distribu- 
tion of the Ores of Iron, Lon., 1868, 4to. 

Higginson, Charles F. Agnes Fairfieldj or, 
The Triumph of Faith, Lon., 1873, p. Svo. 

Higginson, E. C* Life in a Country Village in 
War Time : a Story, Brattleborough, Vt., 1887, 16mo. 

Higginson, Rev. Edward, 1807-1880, b. at 
Beaton JNorns, Lancashire, minister of the High Street 
(Unitarian) Chapel, Swansea, 1858-76. 1. The Spirit of 
the Bible, Lon , 1853-55, 2 vols. p. 8voj 2d ed., 1863. 2. 
Astro-Theologv ; or, Religion of Astronomy, Lon., 1855, 
12mo. 3. Six Essays on Inspiration* Revealed Religion, 
and Miracles, Lon., 1866, Svo. 4. Ecee Mesaias; or, The 
Hebrew Mess-lame Hope and the Christian Reality, Lon., 
1871, Svo. With HIGGIUSON, EMILY, (trans.) The Fine 
Arts in Italy, by A. J. Coquerel, Lon., 1859, Svo. 

Higginson, Mrs* Ellen. The English School- 
Girl : her Position and Duties, Lon., 1859, 12mo 5 2d ed., 

Higginson, Lieut, Francis, B.N. L The 
Smugglers : a Chronicle of the Coast-Guard, Lou , 1843, 
Svo. 2. Kob-i-Noor j or, The Great Exhibition and its 
Opening, Lon., 1851, Svo. 3. Wellington ; or, The Mis- 
sion of Napoleon: an Epic Poem, in Twelve Books. 
Books L-IV. Lon,, 1852, Svo. 4. The Wreck of the 
" Amazon," Lon., 1852, Svo. 5. The Ocean, Lon., 1857, 
p. Svo. 

Higginson, Mary P., (Thacher,) wife of T. W. 


Higginson, infra. 1. Sea-Shore and PraHe, Bost, 1876, 
sq. ISmo. 2. Room for One More, Bost., 1879, 12mo. 

Higginson, Mrs. S. J. A Princess of Java: a 
Tale of the Far East, Bost., 1887, 12mo. 

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, b. 1823, at 
Cambridge, Mass. ; graduated at Harvard 1841, and at 
the Divinity School 1847, and ordained pastor of the 
Congregational Church at Newburyport, Mass. ; gave 
up preaching in 1858 to devote himself to literature; 
during the civil war he was colonel of the first regiment 
of freedmen mustered into the national service , after- 
wards resided at Newport, R.I., and since 1878 at Cam- 
bridge, Mass. He has contiibuted largely to periodicals, 
and is editor of a journal devoted to the cause of woman 
suffrage. 1. Woman and her Wishes : an Essay, Bost , 
1853, Svo. 2. Out-Door Papers, Bost., 1863, 12mo. 3. 
(Trans.) The Works of Epictetus, Bost., 1865, Svo. 4. 
(Ed ) Harvard Memorial Biographies, Cambridge, Mass., 
1867, 2 vols. Svo. 5, Malbone: an Oldport Romance, 
Bo&t., 1869, 16mo. 6. Army Life in a Black Regiment, 
Bobt., 1869, 16mo. 7. Atlantic Essays, Bost., 1871, 
16mo; new ed., 1882. S. Oldport Days, Bost., 1873; 
new ed , 1882, 16mo. 9. Young Folks' History of the 
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1879, 3 vols. or. Svo. 

Hill, Henry, 1. Southern Africa, N. York, 1877, 
Svo. 2. Recollections of an Octogenarian, Bost., 1884, 

Hill, Henry Barker, b. 1849, atWaltham, Mass.: 
son of President Thomas Hill, infra; graduated at Har- 
vard 1S6U j assistant professor of chemistry at Harvard 
1874, and professor since 1884. Lecture-Notes on Quali- 
tative Analysis, N. York, 1874, 16mo. 

Hill, Henry F. The Seven Golden Candlesticks; 
or, The Fulfilment of the Prophetic Epistles of Christ 
to the Seven Churches verified in the History of the 
Christian Church, Bost., 1S77, 12mo. 

Hill, Rev. Henry Thomas. Thoughts on 
Churches and Church- Yards, Lon., 1856, Svo. 

iver: a Novel, Lon., 


Hill, Henry Wood. The Art of Digesting and 
Tabulating Accounts and Returns, for Civil Seivice 
Candidates, Lon., 1879, Svo. 

Hill, Rev. Herbert. Short Sermons on some 
Leading Principles of Christian Life, Lon., 1S64, Svo. 

Hill, J. B. Proceedings of the Centennial Cele- 
bration of the One Hundiedth Anniversary of the In- 
corporation of the Town of Mason, New Hampshire, 
Bost., 1870, Svo. 

Hill, Mrs. J. B. 1. The Highway to Honour, 
Glasgow, 1SS1, 16mo. 2. Little Tom, Glasgow, 1881, 16mo. 

Hill, J. G. Under her Window: Poems, Lon, 
1SSS, 16ino. 

Hill, J. H. American Poets, Lon., 1858, Svo. 

Hill, James Woodward. Illustrated Guide to 
Modern Agricultural Implements, Tools, Machinery, 
<fcc., Lon., 1880, 4to. 

Hill, John, puncipal of the Normal College, Co- 
lombo. 1. Geography oi India, Topographical and De- 
scriptive, Lon., 1873, 12mo. 2. Manual of Indian His- 
tory, Desciiptive and Synoptical, Lon., 1873, 12mo. 3. 
Facts and Features of English Hi&toiy, Lon., 1873, 

Hill, John. Songs, Lon., 1SS1, 12mo. 

Hill, John* 1. Wild Rose* a Romance, Lon., 

1882, 3 vols. cr. Svo. 2. The Waters of Marah. a 
Novel, Lon., 18S3, 3 vols. cr. Svo. 3. Sally . a Novel, 
Lon., 18S5, 3 vols. cr. Svo. 4. The Corsairs ; or, Love 
and Lucre, Lon., 1885, p. Svo j new ed., 1S88. With 
HOPKINS, CLEMENT, A Garden of Tares, [a story,] Lon., 
1888, p. Svo. 

HilJ, Lieut. John. (Trans.) The Coming Franco- 
German War: a Military Political Study j from the 
German of Lieut.-Col. Koettschau, Lon , 1887, p. Svo. 

Hill, John C. 1. Hints on Bible Readings, N. 
York, 1877, 12nio. 2. The Tabernacle, (Chautauqua 
Text-Books,) N. York, 1881, 32mo. 3. Children's Ser- 
mon : with a Selection of Five Minutes' Sermons to 
Children, Pbila., 1882, 16mo. 

Hill, John Daniel. An Analysis of One Hun- 
dred and Forty Casefa oi Oiganic Stnctuieof the Uiethra, 
Lon., 1871, Svo. 

Hill, Rev. John George Henry* M A., gradu- 
ated at Emmanuel College, Cambudge, ]849; ordained 
1849 ; rector of Quarley since 1873. 1. Jesus and Jesuit. 
2. Guide to the Antiquities of Dieppe. 3. Indices Ec- 
clesise : an Epitome oi the Leading Suggestive Subjects 
contained in the New and Old Lectionaries, Psalms, Col- 
lects, <fcc., Lon., 1872, 2 parts, Svo. 

Hill, Rev. John Harwood, M.A., F.S.A , 
1809-1886; giaduated at St. Peter's College, Cam- 
bridge, 1834 ; ordained 1834; rector of Cianoe from 
1837, and vicar of Welham, Leicestei shire, from ]841. 
He contributed to the Transactions of the Leicestershire 
Architectural and Archaeological Society, of which he 
was a secretary. 1. The Chronicle of the Christian Ages, 
Uppingham, 1842, Svoj new ed., enl., 1859. 2. The 
Family of Langton, 1862, Svo. 3. The Archdeacons of 
Leice&ter, 1866, Svo. 4. The History of the Parish ot 
Langton, and a Portion of the Gaitree Hundred of Lei- 
cestershire. Iliust. Leicester, 1867, 4to. 5. The Bish- 
ops of Peterborough, 1870. 6. Notes on Rutlandshire, 
1871, Svo. 7. The History of Market Harborough : with 
that Portion of the Hundred of Gartree, Leicestershire, 
containing the Parishes of Baggrave, Billesdon, Bos- 
worth, <&e. Iliust. Leicester, 1S75, 4to. 8. The Hun- 
dred of Alstoe : being a Continuation of Blore's " History 
and Antiquities of the County of Rutland," 1881, 4to. 

Hill, John Spencer. The Indo-Chinese Opium 
Trade, m Relation to its History, Morality, and Ex- 
pediency, Lon., 1884, 12mo. 

Hill, John W. A Manual of the Law of Fixtures, 
N. York, 1867, Svo. 

Hill, John Woodroffe, professor of veterinary 
surgery and medicine at the College of Agriculture, 
Downton. 1. The Management and Diseases of the 
Dog. Iliust. Lon., 1878, Svo; 2d ed., 1881. 2. The 
Relative Positions of the Higher and Lower Creations ; 
or, A Plea for Dumb Animals : Two Lectures, Lon., 1SSI, 
Svo. 3. The Principles and Practice of Bovine Medi- 
cine and Surgery. Iliust. Lon , 1882, r. 8vo; new ed., 

1883. 4. The Diseases of Poultry : their Causes, Symp- 
toms, and Treatment, Lon , 18S6, Svo, 

Hill, Kate Neely. 1. Poor Children's Picnic, 
Phila., 1877, ISnio. 2. That Horrid Sarah, Phila., 
1879, 16mo. 3. Doris Selwyn; or, A Girl's Influence, 
Phila., 1888, 12mo. 


Hill, L. C. Laure the History of a Blighted 
Life. By L. C. H. Phila , 1869. 

Hill, L. J. Passages in the Life of Bluebeard, 
[verse,] Lou., 1872, 4to. 

Hill, L. L. Oleo- Water Gas, for Illumination and 
Heat, N. York, 1862, 8vo. 

Hill, Laindoii. They weie Neighbours: a Novel, 
Lon., 1878, 3 vols. cr. 8vo. 

Hill, Miss Lucy, daughter of Dr Hill, of Magda- 
len College, Oxford. Old Saints and New Demons : a 
Story, dedicated to the University of Oxford, Lon., 1886, 
sq. 16mo. Anon. 

Hill, Lucy A. Rhine Roarnings. Illust. Bost., 
1880, Svo. 

Hill, Matthew Berkeley. 1. The Essentials of 
Bandaging: with Directions for Managing Fractures 
and Dislocations, c. Illust Lon., 1867, 12ino ; 6th ed., 
1887. 2. Syphilis and Local Contagious Disorders, Lon., 
1868, Svo j 2d ed., 1881. 3. Treatment of the Sick and 
Wounded Illustrated by Observations made at the Seat 
of War, Lon., 1870, 12mo. With COOPER, ARTHUR, The 
Student's Manual of Venereal Diseases, Lon., 1877, 12mo : 
4th ed., 1886. 

Hill, Matthew Davenport, Q.C , 1792-1872, son 
of T. W. Hill, infra, and brother of Sir Rowland Hill, 
K.C.B., (q. v., ante, vol. i. j) was called to the bar in 1819 ; 
was M.P. in the Liberal interest for Kingston-upon-Hull 
1832-34, and in the latter year was appointed recorder 
of Birmingham and commissioner in bankiuptcy for the 
Bristol district. He held the first of these offices till 1866 
and the second till 1869. He was well known for his 
exertions in promoting the establishment of reformatories 
for juvenile criminals. For biog., see HILL, ROSAMOND 
and FLORENCE, inft a. 1. Suggestions for the Repiession 
of Crime, Lon., 1857, Svo. 2. (Ed) Our Exemplars, 
Poor and Rich, Lon., 1861, 12mo , new ed , enl , 1880. 3. 
Papers on the Penal Servitude Acts and the Regulations 
of the Home Department for carrying them into Use, 
Lon., 1864, Svo. With HILL, FLORENCE DAVENPORT, 
Journal of a Third Visit to the Convict-G-aols, Refuges, 
and Reformatories of Dublin and its Neighbourhood, 
Lon., 1865, Svo. With WILMOT, SIR JOHN EARDLEY 
E \BDLEY, Papers on Grand Juries, Lon., 1865, Svo. 
Also, letters, charges, <fcc. And see HILL, T. W., infra. 

Hill,Micaiah* 1 The Principles of the Pastoral 
Function in the Christian Church : deduced from Scrip- 
ture, Lon., 1856, p. Svo. 2. The Sabbath made for Man j 
or, The Origin, History, and Principles of the Lord's 
Day, Lon., 1857, p. Svo. 3. Christ or Colenso , or, A Full 
Eeply to the Objections of the Bishop of Natal to the Pen- 
tateuch, Lon , 1862, 12mo. 4. The Typical Testimony 
to the Messiah, Lon., 1862, Svo. With CORNWALLIS, C. 
F , Two Prize Essays on Juvenile Delinquency, Lon., 
1854, p. Svo. 

Hill, W. N. 1. History of Coshocton County, Ohio. 
Illust. Newark, 0., 1881, 4to. 2. History of Knox 
County, Ohio, IHust. Mt, Vernon, 0., 1881, Svo. 3. 
(Ed) History of Licking County, Ohio: its Past and 
Present. Illust. Newark, 0., 1881, 4to. 

Hill, Miss O eta via, b. about 1S38; has devoted 
herself to work among the London poor, and has been 
successful in carrying out a scheme for the improvement 
of the dwellings of the poor which was suggested to her 
by Mr, Ruskin and has been widely adopted in London. 
1. Homes of the London Poor, Lon., 1875, 16moj new 
ed., 1883. 

" Should be in the hands of every one who desires to form 
a sound judgment upon one of the great social problems 
of the day, and to see how in some measure its solution is 
being worked out" Acad., xxv. 221. 

2. District Visiting, Lon., 1 S77, p. Svo. 3. Our Com- 
mon Land, and other Short Essays, Lan., 1S7S, p. Svo. 

" Five out of the eight essays in the volume before us 
explain her views ou district visiting, charity organization, 
and, other kindred topics. . , . Miss Hill's essays on the 
preservation of commons will be read with interest and 
profit" Ath, No. 2624. 

Hill, OrDell Travers, F*R G.S. 1. English Mo- 
nasticism : its Rise and Influence, Lon., 1867, Svo. 

" He gives us neither a vivid picture of monastic life, 
nor yet a vivid narrative of the fates of the house and the 
order which he specially takes in hand. He goes on telling 
us, without any new grouping of facts, or any fresh com- 
ments upon them, things which have "been over and over 
again told much better? Sat. Reo., xxiv, 702. 

2. (Trans.) The Triumphs of the Cross j from the 
Latin of GKrolamo Savonarola : with Notes and a Bio- 
graphical Sketch, Lon., 1868, Svo. 
Hill, Rev. Pascoe Grenfell, [ante, vol. i., add. 


1S04-1SS2, b. at Mazarion, Cornwall; rector of St. Ed- 
mond the King and Martyr, London, from 1S63. 1. 
Poems on Several Occasions, Penzanee, 1S45, Svo. 2. 
A Journey through Palestine, Lon., 1S52, Svo. 3. The 
Kar War, Westminster, 1852, Svo. 4. A Visit to 
3airo, Lon., 1853, 12mo. 5. Modern British Poesy a 
Comparison between Poets who flourished during the 
Latter Half of the Eighteenth Centuiy and those of the 
Nineteenth Century : with Biogiaphies, Lon., 1856, Svo. 
" Life of Napoleon III., Lon., 1869, Svo. 

Hill, Randolph. Tom the Ready; or, Up from 
the Lowest, N. York, 18SS, 12mo. 

Hil I , Richard , of Spanish Town, Jamaica. Lights 
and Shadows of Jamaica, History, Kingston, 1859, Svo. 
(He assisted P. H. Gosse in his work on the <* Birds of 
Jamaica," <&c.) 

Hill, Robert Gardiner, M.R.C.S., 1811-1878, b. 
at Louth, Lincolnsbiiej originator of a non -restraint 
system in the treatment of lunacy. 1. A Concise History 
of the Entire Abolition of Medical Restraint in the Treat- 
nent of the Insane, 1857. 2. Lunacy : its Past and its 
Present, Lon., 1S70, Svo. 

Hil 1 9 Robert T. The Present Condition of Knowl- 
edge of the Geology of Texas, Wash., 1887, Svo. 

Hill, Miss Rosamond Davenport, daughter 
of Matthew Davenport Hill, sup) a. Lessons in Cookery, 
Lon , 18S5, Svo. With HILL, FLORENCE DAYEJJPOKT: 1. 
What we Saw in Australia, Lon., 1S75, p. Svo. 2. The 
Elecoider of Birmingham : a Memoir of Matthew Daven- 
port Hill : with Selections from his Correspondence. By 
ais Daughters. Lou., 1S7S, Svo. 

41 It is not possible to read this biography of Mr Matthew 
Davenport Hill without seeing how leally he made a part 
of the history of his time, and how truly his biography is 
the record of that history . Mr Hill's* daughters and 
biographers habitually assisted him as we know, though 
they nowhere mention itin his great and un intermitting 
work , . . and the masterly way in \\ hich they have given 
the whole story of each social movement down to the pres- 
ent time, and not merely their father's share in at, shows 
that their filial services were ot a more intelligent and 
sympathetic character than those by which Milton s daugh- 
teis lightened his labours. . , . "V\e cannot, indeed, praise 
too highly the execution of this vi orthy memorial of a 
worthy father "Spectator, lii 763. 

Hill, Rt. Rev. Rowley, D.D., 1836-1887; grad- 
uated at Trinity College, Cambridge, 1859 j ordained 
1861; became vicar of Sheffield 1873: rural dean of 
Sheffield 1874 ; canon of York Cathedral 1876, and Bishop 
ot Sodor and Man in 1877. 1. Sunday-School Lessons Ex- 
plaining and Ululating the Collects, Lon., 1S65, 12mo. 

2. Sunday-School Lessons Explaining the Gospels, Lon., 
1866, 12mo. S. Priestly Vestments from a Scriptural 
Point of View, Lon., 1867, Svo. 4. The Titles of Our 
Lord : a Series of Sketches for EN ery Sunday in the 
Year, Lon , 1S70, ISmo. 5. Instructions on the Church 
Catechism, Lon., 1875, 12mo. 6. The Church at Home : 
a Series of Shoit Sermons, Lon., 18S1, p. Svo. 

Hill, S. S., [ante, vol. i., add.] 1. Travels in Si- 
beria, Lon., 1854, 2 vols. p. Svo. 2. Travels on the Shores 
of the Baltic extended to Moscow, Lon., 1S54, p. Svo. 

3, Travels in the Sandwich and Society Islands, Lon., 
1S56, p. Svo, 4. Travels in Peru and Mexico, Lon., 1860, 
2 vols. p. Svo. 

44 Honest and unpretending." Sat, ev , ix. 151. 

5. Travels in Egypt and Syria, Lon., 1S65, Svo. 

Hill, Theophilus Hunter, b. 1886, near Raleigh, 
N.C. j became a lawyer in that city, and was State libra- 
rian of North Carolina 1871-72. 1. Hesper, and other 
Poems, Ealeigh, N.C., 1861. 2. Poems, N. York, 1869. 
3. Passion-Flower, and other Poems, Raleigh, 1883. 

Hill, Rev* Thomas, D.D., LL D , [ante, vol. L, 
add.,] was president of Harvard College from 1862 till 
186S, when he resigned on account of impaired health. 
In 1871 he served in the Massachusetts legislature ; later 
he accompanied Prof. Agassiz on the Coast Survey ex- 
pedition to South America, and on his leturn lie became 
pastor of the Unitarian Church in Portland, Me. 1. 
Jesus the Interpreter of Nature, and other Sermons, 
Bost., 1860, 16ino. 2. Geometry and Faith: a Frag* 
mentary Supplement to the Ninth Bridgwater Treat- 
ise, N. York, 1874 j 3d ed., enl., Bost, 1SS2, 12mo. 3. 
Statement of the Natural Sources of Theology, with 
Discussion of their Validity, and of Modern Sceptical 
Objections, Andover, 1877, Svo. 4. In the Woods and 
Elsewhere, [verse,] Bost., 1888. 

Hi II, Thomas Manual of Social and Business 
Forms, Chic., 1873, 4to. 

Hill, Thomas Padmore. The Oratorical 


Trainer a System of Vocal Culture, Melbourne, 1S62, 
16mo, 6th ed, 1870 

Hill, Thomas Smyth. (Ed.) The Registers of 
the Parish of Thomson, Lon , 1S84, Svo 

Hill, Thomas Wright, 1763-1S51, b at Ridden 
minster, a school-master, father of Sir Rowland Hill 
1 Remains with Notices of has Life, Lon , 1859, 870 
2. Selections from, the Papers of the late 1 W Hill, 
Lon . I860, Svo 

Hill, Rev. Walter Henry, b 1822, near Lebanon, 
Marion Co , Zy , graduated at Sfc Mary's College, Ky , 
1843, and studied medicine in the St Louis University , 
entered the Jesuit older m 1847, was professor of logic 
and metaphysics in St Louis University in 1864-60, 
and agam a professor in that institution in 1871-84 I. 
Elements of Philosophy comprising L?gic and General 
and Special Metaphysics, Bait, 1873, 12mo, 4th ed , 
1885 2 Ethics, or, Moral Philosophy,, 1878, 
12mo 3 Historical Sketch of St. Louis University, St 
Louis, 1879 

Hill, Walter N. Notes on Certain Explosive 
Agents, Bost, 1875, Svo 

Hill, William. I The Memory of Language and 
Rhyming Mnemonical Expositor, Lon , 1852, 18mo 2 
Memories for the Million | or, How to Teach Students 
to Remember, Lon , 1874, 12mo. 

Hill, William Gilbert. Family Record of Dea- 
cons James W. Conveise and Elisha S, Converse, &c , 
Bost , 1887, Svo Privately printed 

Hill, William Has well A Nine Bays' Ramble 
in the Lake District of England, Manchester, 1852 

Hillam, S. A. Sheykh Hassan, the Spiritualist a 
View of the Supernatural, Lon , 188S, p Svo 

Hillard, George Stillman, LL 1) , [ante vol. i, 
add.,] 1SOS-1S79. 1 Letteis of Silas Standfast to his 
Friend Jotham, Boat , 1S53 2 Life and Campaigns of 
G. B MeClellan, Phila , 1864, 12mo 3 Dangers and 
Duties of the Mercantile Profession, Bost , 1866, Svo 
4. Political Duties of the Educated Classes, Bost., 1866, 
Svo And see TICKKOR, GEORGE, mfta. 

Hillary, Max. 1 Hunted Down, Lon , 1S85, p 
Svo 2 Once for All a Novel, Lon, 1885, 3 vols. 
cr Svo. 

Hillebraud, Karl Arnold, 1829-1884, b at 
Giessen, Germany, and educated at the university there, 
was implicated in the revolutionary movement at Baden 
in 1849, and imprisoned, but made his escape and went 
to Prance, where he was secretary to Hemnoli Heine 
He afterwards became professor of foreign literature in 
the Univeisity of Douai On the outbreak of the Franco- 
Prussian war in 1S70, he left France and settled in Italy 
Most of his m>rks were written in German or French 
Six Lectures on the History of German Thought, from 
the Seven Years' War to the Death of Goethe, Lou , 
1880, p Svo. (These lectures were delivered in England 
m 1879 ) 

Hillebraad, William, M.D , a German physician , 
resided about twenty years in the Hawaiian Islands 1, 
^Report on Supply of Labour to the Board of Immigra- 
tion of the Hawaiian Islands, Honolulu, 1857, 12mo 2 
Flora of the Hawaiian Islands a Description of their 
Phanerogams and Vascular Cryptogams Annotated and 
Published after the Author's Death, by W" F. Hille- 
brand Maps Lon and N. York, 1888. Svo 
"The work is a noble monument " Nation, Ixvi 454 
Hiller, Rev. Oliver Prescott. 1. Practical 
Sermons, Lon , 1855, Svo. 2 The Pleasures of Re- 
ligion a Poem with other Poems, Lon , 1856, Svo. 3 
English and Scottish Sketches. By an American. Lon , 
1857, Svo 4 G-od Manifest a Treatise on the G-ood- 
ness, Wisdom, and Power of God, Lon , 1858, 12mo 5 
American National Lyrics and Sonnets, Bost , 1860, p 
Svo. 6. A Chapter on Slavery, presenting its Origin 
and History, <fcc , Lon , 1860, Svo 7. Pocahontas , or, 
The Founding of Virginia * a Poem, in Three Cantos, 
Lon, 1865j Svo 8 Sermons on the Ten Command- 
ments, Bost, 1887, 16mo. 9 Memoir of Swedeoborg, 
Chic, 1867, so;. 16mo 10 Gems from the Writings 0J 
Swedenborg with a Memoir ? 2d ed , Boat , 1868, 2 vols 
18mo 11, Notes on the Psalms, N. York, 1869, Svo. 
12* Sermons on the Lord's Prayer, Bost , 1871, 12mo 

Hilles, Malcolm Wil liam, licentiate of the Royal 
College of Surgeons of Ireland 1831 , formerly lecturer 
on anatomy and physiology at the Westminster Hospital* 
1. Treatise on Hernia, Lon , 1838, Svo 2. Treatment 
of Rupture, Lon v 1856, Svo. 3. Regional Anatomy 
containing a Description of the Most Important Regions 


f the Human Body, Lon , 18^7, ISmo 4 The Diseases 
>f London Residents their Causes and Treatment, Lon , 
857, 12mo 5 The Anatomist a Complete Description 
>f the Anatomy of the Human Body, Lon , 1860, ISmo, 
new ed , IS 85. 6 The Essentials of Physiology, Lon , 
860, 24mo, new ed, 1886 7. The Pocket Anatomist, 
.867, 32mo 

Hill grove, Thomas. A Complete Practical Guide 
o the Ait of Dancitfg, N Yoik, 1864, I6mo 

Hillhouse, John* The Annunciation a Poem. 
Illust N York, 1868, I6mo 

Hillhouse, William, M A , F L S , professor at 
he Mason Science College, Birmingham (Ed ) Hand- 
Book of Practical Botany, from the German of E 
Strasburger, Professor of Botany in the University of 
Bonn, Lon , 1886, Svo 

Hilliard, Mrs. Lights and Shadows in a Canine 
Life with Sketches of Travel By Ugly's Mistress 
Lon, 1871, p Svo 

Hilliard, Francis, [ante, vol i , add ,] 1808-1878 
I. The Law of Torts, Bost , 1859, 2 vols Svo , 4th ed , 
1874 2. The Law of Injunctions, Phila, 1864, 8vo, 
3d ed , rev , 1874. 3 The Law of New Trials, and 
other Reheanngs, Phila , 1S66, Svo 4 A Treatise on 
the Law of Bankruptcy and Insoh ency , 2d ed , Phila , 
1867, Svo , 3d ed , 1872 5 The Law of Remedies for 
Torts, Bost , 1867, 8vo, 2d ed , enl , 1S73 6 The Law 
of Contracts, Phila , 1872, 2 vols Svo 7 The Law of 
Taxation, Boat , 1875, Svo 8 Ameiican Law a Com- 
prehensive Summary of the Law in its Various Depart- 
ments, F York, 1877-78, 2 vols 8*0 

Hilliard, Henry Washington, [ante, vol i, 
add ,] b 1808, at Fayetteville, N C , graduated at South 
Carolina College 1826 , admitted to the bar 1829 , mem- 
ber of Congress from Alabama 1845-51, US minister 
to Brazil 1S77-81 De Vane a Story of Plebeians and 
Patricians, N. York, 1865, 12mo* 

Hillier, George. 1 Remembrance of Bonchurch, 
Isle of Wight, Lon , 1849, 16mo 2 The Topography 
of the Isle of Wight, Lon , 1850, ISmo 3 A Narrative 
of the Attempted Escapes of Charles the First from 
Carisbrook Castle, Ac, Lon , 1852, p Svo. 4 (Ed ) The 
Sieges of Arundel Castle, Lon, 1854, 12mo 5 The 
Strangers Guide to the Town of Beading with a His- 
tory of the Abbey, Reading, 1859, 12mo 

Hillier, Henry Bentinck Curry. 1. A Treat- 
ise on the Gout, Lon , 3848, Svo, new ed , Cheltenham, 
1854 2. A Popular Treatise on Diseases resembling 
Consumption and on the Nature and Treatment of Con- 
sumption, Lon , 1854, Svo 

Hillier, Thomas. 1 Hand-Book of Skin-Dis- 
eases, Lon , 1865, p Svo 2 Diseases of Children a 
Clinical Treatise, Lon , 1868, Svo 

Hillier, William. Christianity, Science, and In- 
fidelity a Series of Letters showing the Follies ot Athe- 
ism occasioned by the Return of C Bradlaugh as Mem- 
ber of Parliament for Noithampton, Lon, 18S1, 16ino, 
2d ed , 1885 

Hill is, John D., FRCS,MRIA, medical su- 
perintendent of the General Leper Asylum, British 
Guiana Leprosy in British Guiana an Account of 
West Indian Leprosy Illust. Lon, 188 1, r Svo 

Hillock, A. Elizabeth* Ned Melbourne's Mis- 
sion, and how he discharged it, Eost , 1887, 12mo 

Hillocks, James Inches. 1 Sophia a Tale, 
Lon , 1S57, p Svo 2 Thoughts in Rhyme, Lon , 1859, 
p. Svo it Life Story : a Prize Autobiography, Lon , 
1861 , new ed ,1871 4 The Sabbath-School, from a 
Practical Point of View, Lon , 1864, 12mo 5. My Life 
and Labours in London a Step nearer the Maik, Lon , 
1S65, p Svo 6. Life-Struggles an Autobiographic 
Record, Lon*, 1877, p Svo 7 The Gentle Prince a 
Story for All who desire the Golden Crown of Life, Glas- 
gow, 1879, 12mo 8 Hard Battles for Life and Useful- 
ness an Autobiographical Record, Lon , 1884, Svo, 2d 
ed., 1885. 

Hil 1 s f Mrs. Margaret Mortimer's Second Husband, 
Lon , 1875, p Svo 

Hills, Alfred C* Macpherson, the Great Confed- 
erate Philosopher and Southern Blower, N York, 1864, 
12m o. 

Hills, Rev* George Morgan, D.D., 1825-1890, 
b. at Auburn, N Y , graduated at Trinity m 1847 , rec- 
tor of St Mary's Church, Burlmgton, N J-, 1_870-SO, 
and lecturer on homiletics and pastoral theology in Bur- 
lington College 1. Letters from Europe, 1S6L 2 An 
Historical Sketch of St. Paul's Church, Syracuse, 1870. 


3. History of the Church in Burlington, New Jersey, 
Trenton, 1876 ; 2d ed , enl , 1885. 4. The Transfei of 
the Church from Colonial Dependence to the Freedom of 
the Republic, 1876. 5. John Talbot, the First Bishop 
of North Ameiica, 1878. 6. The Missions of the 
Church of England and New Jersey, 1882. 7. Memo- 
rials of Rev. N. Petit, 1885. 

Hills, Walter Alfred. Orpah's Return, and other 
Poems, Lon., 1863, 12mo 

Hiliyard, Rev. Edward Augustus, graduited 
at Cams College, Cambridge, 1857, ordained 1857 , lec- 
tor of Christ Church, Belper, Derbyshire, since 1876. A 
Lent and a Retreat . being Notes of Lectures and Medi- 
tations, Lon , 1876, 12mo. 

Hillyard, M. B. The New South: its Resources 
and Attractions, Bait., 1887, 12ino. 

Hill yard, Temple. A Mode of Catechising. Lon., 
1875, ISrao. 

Hilly ard, William Heard. 1. Recollections of 
a Physician ; or, Episodes of Life, collected from Thirty 
Years' Practice, Lon., 1861, fp. Svo. 2. Tales in the 
Cabin; or, Nights on the Ocean, Lon., 1861, fp. Svo. 
3. The Captive's Daughter, and other Stories, Lon, 
1863, 12mo. 4. The Little Trapper, and other Stories, 
N. York, 1866, 16mo. 5. Reginald "Vernon ; or, The 
Fatal Likeness, Lon , 1868, 12mo; new ed., 1887, 2 vols. 

Hillyer, Curtis Justyn. California Supreme 
Court Reports, vols. xx.-xxii., (1862-1863,) San Fran.. 
1863-64, Svo. 

Hillyer, Shaler. The Marable Family : a Novel, 
Phila., 1879, 12mo. 

Hilton, Aithur Denne. Aid to Parochial Visit- 
ing, Lon., 1859, 12mo j 5th ed., 1868. 

Hilton, H. 3L. Select Historical Costumes, N. 
York, 1868, Svo. 

Hilton, Henry. Reports of the Court of Common 
Pleas for the City and County of New York, (1855-1860,) 
Pub. by the State. 2 vols. Svo. 

Hilton, J. Sketches and Anecdotes, Lon., 1876, 

Hilton, James, F.S.A. 1. Chronograms, Five 
Thousand and More in Number, excerpted out of Various 
Authors and collected in Many Places, Lon., 1882, 4to 

" That any one could be found to make the history and 
collection of chronograms his hobby is sufficiently sur- 
prising, but surprise gives way to some extent to admira- 
tion when the reader finds that Mr Hilton's enthusiasm 
has resulted in the publication ot a most tastefully printed 
antique quarto of 570 pages, containing a collection of 5137 
examples of chronograms culled from, various languages 
and countries, ranging from A D 1208 to the present time." 
Ath., No 2868 

2. Chronograms Continued and Concluded, Lon., 1885, 

" Full of out-of-the-way information, conducting the 
reader into many an unfrequented by-path of history, 
valuable as a chronicle of extraordinary human ingenu- 
ity." ^/i., No '3029 

Hilton, James Foord. 1. Guide to Examina- 
tion for Officers and 'Non-Commissioned Officers of Rifle 
Volunteers, Lon., 1881, 32mo; new ed., 1883 2. Cate- 
chism on Company Training, Lon., 1884, 32mo \ 2d ed., 

Hilton, John, F R.S., 1807-1878, b at Sible Hed- 
ingham, Essex, Eng., and educated <it Chelmsford Gram- 
mar-School, and at Boulogne-sur-Merj was appointed 
demonstrator m anatomy at Guy's Hospital, London, 
in 1828, becoming subsequently in the same institution 
lecturer on pathological anatomy, anatomy and physi- 
ology, and on surgery, assistant surgeon, surgeon, and 
consulting surgeon. He was president of the Royal 
College of Surgeons of England, and professor of anat- 
omy at the college. 1. Notes on some of the Develop- 
mental and Functional Relations of the Cranium : se- 
lected by F. W. Pavy from the Lectures delivered at 
Guy's Hospital by J. Hilton, Lon., 1855, Svo. 2. On the 
Influence of Mechanical and Physiological Best in the 
Treatment of Accidents and Surgical Diseases, and the 
Diagnostic Value of Pain : a Couise of Lectures delivered 
at the College of Surgeons of England in the Years 1860, 
1861, and 1{562, Lon., 1863, 8vo; 3d ed., 1880. 

*' The views of Mr Hilton may be fairly taken to repre- 
sent those of a school which has done very much of late 
years to make medicine and surgery something better 
than $ mystery and an art, and to place them, among the 
most noble of the applied sciences . . The means which 
he, has taken, to work out his purpose tell of a deep-rooted 
faith that Nature gave us at once, and m the same frame, a 
perfect machinery for the purposes of life and for the rep- 
aration of mischief caused by injury or disease." hat 
%eo. t xvn. 206. 


Hilton, Mrs. Marie. 1. The Creche at Ratcliffj 
being Particulars of its Formation and lueidents of its 
First Year, Lon, 1872, 16mo. 2. The Fourth Year of 
the Creche, Lon., 1875, 16mo. 

Hilton, JR. Poems from Calvary: The Hunter's 
Tale- an Incident of the American Civil War, Lon., 
1869, 12mo. 

Hilts, Rev* S. H. Experiences of a Backwoods 
Preacher, Toronto, 1S88. 

Hime, C. If., and Wilday, Littleton. The 
Political Summary, containing the Chief Interesting 
Events from 18.37 to 1882, Lon., 1882, Svo. 

Hime, Capt. Henry William JLovett, R.A. 1. 
"Words oi Command in Manoeuvring a Regiment of 
Cavalry, a Battalion of Infantry, and a Batteiy of Ar- 
tillery, Lon., 1866, Svo. 2. The Minor Tactics of JBVld 
Aitillery, Lon , 1872, r. Svo. 8. Universal Conscrip- 
tion the Only Answer to the Resulting Question, 
(Prize Essav,) Lon., 1875, Svo. 4. Wagnensin: a Pro- 
test, Lon., 1882, p. Svo. 

Hime, Mauiice Charles, LL.D., head-ma-ter of 
Foyle College, Londonderry. 1. An Introduction to the 
Latin Language: with Appendices, Lon, 1878, 12mo. 

2. Intermediate Schools in Ireland, Lon , 1 870, p. Svo. 

3. Morality : an E a say on some Points thereof, (addressed 
to Young Men,) Lon., 1SSO, p. Svo; 8th ed., 1884. 4. 
A School-Master's Retrospect of Eighteen and a Half 
Years in an Irish School, Lon., 1885, p. Svo. 5 Unbe- 
lief: an Essay to Christian Young Men, Lon., 1885, p* 
Svo. 6. Home Education; or, Irish vs. English Gram- 
mar-Schools for Irish Boys, Lon., 1SS7, p. Svo. 

Hime, Maurice \V. Dmnum Visum: a Poem, 
Dublin, 1S6S, 16mo. 

Hime, Thomas Whiteside. 1. (Trans.) Pet- 
tenkofer on Cholera: how to prevent and resist it, Lon., 
1S75 j 2d ed., 1884, Svo. 2. Public Health : the Practi- 
cal Guide to the Public Health Act, 1875, and Correlated 
Acts, Lon., 18S4, Svo. 

Himes, Charles Francis, b. 1S3S, in Lancaster 
Co., Pa. j professor of chernis-try and physics in Dickin- 
son College 1865-85. 1. (Trans ) Tables for Qualitative 
Analysis, Phila., 1866. 2. Leaf-Prints ; or, Glimpses oi 
Photography, 1S68. 3. (Trans.) Flame Reactions, ISG8. 

4. Histoucal Sketch of Dickinson College, Hamsburg, 
1879. Also, single lectures, Ac. 

Himes, John A. Study of Milton's Paradise Lost, 
Phila, 1878, 12mo. 

Hinchliff, Thomas Woodbine, M.A., F.R.GkS., 
president of the Alpine Club. 1. Summer Months 
among the Alps, with the Ascent of Monte Rosa, Lon., 
1857, p. Svo. 2. South American Sketches , or, A Visit 
to Rio Janeiro, the Organ Mountains, La Plata, and the 
Parana, Lon., 1868, p Svo. 

" A good book of travels, describing a country of which, 
there is still something new to tell, and written without 
affectation, and with a competent though unobtruded 
knowledge of the topics touched upon, i& By no means of 
every-day occurrence Mr. Hinchhft, however, has pro- 
duced an account of his rambles in South America, which 
fulfils all these conditions." Sat. Rev , xvi. 31. 

3. Over the Sea and Ear Away : being a Narrative of 
Wimderings round the World, Lon., 1S76, Svo. 

" In its way a model volume of travel. Necessarily it 
professes to be nothing more than superficial. . . But Mr. 
Hmchliff seems to have the gift of embracing in a rapid 
glance all that is most suggestive and striking " SaL JZev , 
xli. 784. 

Hinchliffe, Edward. Barthomley: in Letters 
from a Former Rector to his Eldest Son, Lon., 1S56, Svo. 

Hincks, Rev. Edward., D.D. t 1792-1866, b. m 
Cork, Ireland ; was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, 
where he graduated in 1812 and was made a Fellow in 
1S1H. In 1819 he took the college living of Ardtrea, 
and in 1826 exchanged it for that of Killileagh, which 
he held till his death. He was distinguished foi his 
knowledge of Egyptian and Assyrian inscriptions, and 
his publications ai e chiefly reprints from the Transac*- 
tions of the Royal Irish Academy. 1. Catalogue of the 
Egyptian Manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College, 
Dublin, Dublin, 1S43, Svo. 2. An Attempt to ascertain 
the Number, Names, and Powers of the Letters of the 
Hieroglyphic or Ancient Egyptian Alphabet, Dublin, 
1847 4 to. 3. On the Khorsabad Inscriptions, Dublin, 
1850, 4to. 4. Report to the Trustees of the British Mu- 
seum respecting certain Cylinders and Terra-Cotta Tab- 
lets, Lon., 1854, 12mo. 5. On the Polyphony of the 
A ssyrio-Baby Ionian Cuneiform Writing, Dublin, 1863, 
Svo. & On the Various Years and Months nx Use 
among the Egyptians, Dublin, 1865, 4 to. 


HincUs, Sir Francis, C "B , &e , 1S07-1SS5, I at 
Coik, edueited at the Koya-1 Belfabt Iiutitution , re- 
moved to Canada in 1 S32 He was several times a mem- 
ber of the Canada Assembly, premier 1851-54, gov- 
ernor of Barbadoes and the Windward Islands 1355-62 
and of British Guiana 1862-69, and minister of finance 
in Canada 1869-73 1 Canada its Financial Position 
and Resources, Lon, 1849, Svo 2 The Seignorial 
Question its Present Position By a Member of the 
Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada Quebec, 1854 
*). Reply to the Speech of the Hon Joseph Howe on the 
TJnion of the North American Provinces, Lou , 1855, 
Svo 4 Kehgiou3 Endowments in Canada the Clergy 
Reserve and Rectory Questions, Lon , 1869, Svo 5. 
Reminiscences of iny Public Lite, 1884 

Hincks, Kev. Thomas, b. ISIS, at Exeter, Eng 

1. A History of the British Hydroid Zoophytes, Lon , 
1868, 2 vols Svo 2 A History of the British Marine 
Polyzoa, Lon,lSSO, 2 vols Svo vol i,text> vol 11 , 

Hind, Edward. Poems, Lon , 1853, 12mo 

Hind, Henry Youle, F R OS., b 1823, m Not- 
tingham, Eng 7 educated at Leipsic and Cambridge, 
settled in Canada in 1847, became professor of chemis- 
try and geology m Trinity College, Toronto, 1851 , held 
various appointments in connection with the govern- 
ment surveys, and was made professor of chemistry and 
natural history in King's College, Nova Scotia 1 Es- 
say on the Insects and Diseases injurious to the Wheat 
Crops, Toronto, 1857, Svo 2 Northwest Territory: 
Reports of Progress, together with a Preliminary and 
General Report on the Assiniboine and Saskatchewan 
Exploring Expe-lition, Toronto, 1859, 4to 3 Narra- 
tive of the Canadian Red River Exploring Expedition 
of 1857, and of the Assimbome and Saskatchewan Ex- 
ploring Expedition of 1S58, Lon , I860, 2 vols Svo 

" There is a great deal of really valuable matter in Mr 
Hind's book, but everv now and then he shows very clearly 
that lie has got beyond his depth " Sat Rev , xi 540 

4 Explorations in the Interior of the Labrador Penin- 
sula, the Country of the Montagu us and Nasquappe 
Indians Illust Lon , 1863, 2 vols Svo 

"Such as his story is, Mr Hind tells it well and simply 
Its picturesqueness is much increased by the obvious 
accuracy of the illustrations made by Mr William. Hmd, 
the draughtsman of the expedition " S<d JReu., xvn 140 

Also, various geological reports 

Hmde, Frederick. 1 Poetry a Lecture, Liver- 
pool, 1S5S, 4to 2 Essays and Poems selected from 
the Literary Remains of P. Hmde, Liverpool, 1864, Svo 

Hmde, George Jennings. 1* Fossil Sponge 
Spicules from the Upper Chalk, Munich, 1880, Svo 2 
Catalogue of Fossil Sponges in the Geological Depart- 
ment of the British Museum, Lon , 1883, 4to. 3 Bed 
of Sponge Remains in South of England Greensand, 
(Philosophical Transactions ) Lon , 18S6, 4to 

Hmde, John Hodgson. 1 A History of Nor- 
thumberland Part I , Containing the General History 
of the County, State of the District under the Ro- 
mans; the Sa.xon and Danish Kings of Northumber- 
land , the Official Earldom with a Narrative of Events 
connected with the County, from the Norman Conquest 
to the Accession of the House of Hanover, NewcJ-stle- 
npoa-Tyne, 1858, 4to. 2* (Ed.) Symeonis Dunelmensia 
Opera et Collectanea, (Surtees Soc. Pub ) vol. i , New- 
castle, 1868, Svo. 

Hindi e, Frederick G, The Legal Status of Li- 
censed Victuallers , 4th ed , Lon , 1884, Svo. 

Hind ley, Charles, of Booksellers' Row, Holborn. 
1 The Book of Re<idy-Made Speeches, Lon , 1868, 12mo 

2. (Ed ) Miscellanea. Antigua. Anghoana the Old-Book 
Collector's Miscellany, Lon, 1871-73, 3 vola Svo. 3. 
(Ed ) The Roxburghe Ballads, Lon , 1873-74, 2 tots. 4to. 
4 Tavern Anecdotes and Sayings- including Origin 
of Signs, and Reminiscences of Taverns, Coffee- Houses, 
Clubs, &Q t Lon, 1875, p Svo; new ed,18Sl. 5. The 
Life and Times of J Catnach, late of Seven Dials, 
Ballad-Monger, Lon , 1878, Svo Only 25 copies printed 
6* A History of the Criea of London, Ancient and Mod- 
em, Lon., 1881, p Svo , 2d ed , 1884 7 The History 
of the Catnach Press (and the Two Catnaehs, John and 
James,) Lon , 1SS6, 4to 

Hindley, El izabeth. Only Sea and Sky . a Fovel, 
Lon , 1874, 2 vols* p, 8v,o* 

Hind% Artfann Some Topics in English Gram- 
mar, BT York, 1881, l&no. 

Hinds, J- I D The Use of Tobacco, Lebanon, 
Tenn., 1882, Svo. 


Hinds, Rt. Rev. Samuel, DD, [<wte, v<A i, 
add,] 1793-1872. He resigned the see of Noiwich m 
1857 on account of the somewhat ration ilistic views 
which he had embraced 1 Fiee Discussion of Religious 
Topics, Lon , 1868-69, 2 parts, Svo 2 Another Reply 
to the Question, "What nave we got to rely on, if we 
cannot rely on the Bible ? " Bamsgate, 1869, Svo A 
A Reply to the Question, "Apart from Supernitural 
Revelation, what is Min's Prospect of living after 
Death?" Ramsgate, 1370, Svo 4 A Reply to the 
Question, " Shall I seek Ordination in the Church of 
England ?" Ramsgate, 1 871, Svo 

Hinds, William, MD, professor of botany at 
Queen's College, Birmingham. The Harmonies of Phys- 
ical Science m Relation to the Higher Sentiments, Lon , 
1853, p Svo 

Hinds 9 William Alfred. American Commu- 
nities Brief Sketches of Economy, Zoar, Bethel, the 
Shakers, and the Brotherhood of the New Life, Oneida, 
N T , 1878, Svo 

Hitie, C. C* 1 Fiie Insurance Book of Instruc- 
tions for Agents, N York, 1865 2 The Insurance 
Statutes of the United btates and Canada, N York, 
1876, Svo 3 Letters to an Agent fiorn the Patriarch, 
N York, 1876, Svo With NICHOLS, WALTER S 1 
New Digest of Insurance Decisions, Fire and Marine, 
N York, 1SS2, Svo 2 The Agents* Hand-Book of 
Insurance Law, N York, 1S87, Svo 

Hhie, Edward. 1 The English Nation identified 
with the Lost House of Israel by Twenty-Seven Identifi- 
cations, Lon , 1S70-73, 5 parts, Svo 2. The English 
Nation identified with the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel, 
Wamugton, 1872, Svo 3 Forty-Seven Identifications 
of the British Nations with the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel, 
Lon., 1874, Svo, 105th thousand 

Hine, Maude Egerton, Poems, Lon , 1S85. 
Privately printed 

" Those poems in this little volume which were written, 
as we are told, by a child of less than eight years old, aie 
unquestionably very marvellous specimens of poetical 
power m childhood ^Spectator, lix Ife 

Hine, Thomas Chambers. Nottingham its 
Castle, a Military Fortress, a Royal Palace with Notes, 
Lon , 1876-79, 2 parts, 4to 

Hines, Gustavus. Life on the Plains of the 
Pacific Oregon its History, Condition, and Prospects, 
Buffalo, 1851, 12mo 

Hingeston* Francis* The Poems of Francis 
Hmgeston. Edited by his Son, [Rev Francis Charles 
Hingeston-Randolph ] Lon , 1857, p Svo 

Kindest on, James Ansley. Topics of the Day, 
Medical, Social, and Scientific, Lon , 1863, p Svo 

Hingeston-Randolph. See RANDOLPH 

Kingston, Edward Peron. 1 The Siddona of 
Modern Italy Adelaide Kistori a Sketch of her Life, 
Lon , 1S56, &vo 2 The Genial Showman being Remi- 
niscences of the Life of Artenms Waid, and Pictures of 
a Showman's Career in the Western World, M". York, 
1870, Svo new ed , 1881 

Kingston, James. The Australian Abroad 
Branches from the Mam Eoutes round the World 
Illust Lon , 1 879-80, two series, Svo 

Hinkley, Edward Otis, [ante, vol i, HINKLBY, 
E , add.] 1 The Constitution of the United States 
with Notes, References, <fcc , and Index, Bait., 1853, Svo 
2 Maryland Constitution, adopted 1867 with Notes 
and References, Bait , 1867, 8\o 3 Testamentary Law 
and Law of Inheritance and Apprentices in Maryland, 
Bait, 1878, Svo With CARTER, C. B., The Revenue 
Laws of the State of Marvland, passed since the Year 
1840, Bait, 1851, 8vo With MAYER, L, The Law of 
Attachment in Maryland, Bait, 1869, Svo 

Hinman, Walter N. Under the Maples a Story 
of Village Life, N York and Chic , 1&88, Umo. 

Hinrichs, Gustavus Detlef, M D , b 1836, at 
Lunden, Hol&tem, graduated, at the University of Copen- 
hagen 1360 , removed to the United States , was made 
professor of physical sciences in the Iowa State Univer- 
sity, and of chemistry and toxicology in the medical de- 
partment of that institution in 1863, and in 1868 ap- 
pointed chemist to the State G-eological Survey. 1. The 
Elements of Physics, Davenport, 1370 5 The Princi- 
ples of Pure Crystallography, Davenport, 1871. 3 The 
Principles of Physical Science demonstrated by the Stu- 
dent's own Experiments and Observations Part I , The 
Elements of Chemistry and Mineralogy T Part II , The 
Principles of Chemistry and Molecular Mechanics, Dav- 


enport, la., 1871-74, 8vo. 4. The First Course in Quan- 
titative Analysis, 1874. 

Hinsdale, Rev. Burke Aaron, b. 1837, at 
Wadsworth, j became professor of history and English 
literature in Hiram College 1869, and president 1870. 
1. The History of a G-ieat Mind, (John Stuart Mill,) 
Cin , Svo. 2. The Genuineness and Authenticity of the 
Gospels an Argument conducted on Historical and 
Critical Grounds, Cm., 1872, 12mo. 3. The Republican 
Text-Book for the Campaign of 1880, N. York, 1880, 
8vo. 4. President Garfield and Education : Hiram Col- 
lege Memorial. Port. Bost., 18bl, 12ino. 5. Schools 
and Studies, Bost , J884, 12ino. 6. The Old Northwest : 
with a View of the Thirteen Colonies as constituted by 
the Royal Charters. Maps. N. York, 1888, Svo. 

" Prof Hmsdale groups together, and arranges in regu- 
lar sequence, the facts relating to the Northwest hitherto 
scattered through many books and documents not easily 
available to the inquirer . . Not for many a day has our 
national history had so important a contribution, or one 
sbo much needed " Critic, x 5 

Hmsdale, Grace Webster. 1. Coming to the 

King : a Book of Daily Devotions for Children, N York, 

1865, 16mo. 2. Thinking Aloud, N. York, 1865, 24mo. 

Hinton, A. W* (Trans.) The Maiden of Treppi ; 

or, Love's Victory, by Paul Heyse, N.York, 1874, 16ino. 

Hinton, Charles Howard, M.A. 1. Scientific 

Romances What is the fourth Dimension ? <fcc., Lon , 

1884-88, 7 nos., cr. Svo. 2. A New Era of Thought, 

Lon , 1888, cr 8vo. See, also, HINTON, JAMES, t?i//a. 

Hinton, Henry L. Select Historical Costumes. 
Illust. N. York, 1868, Svo. Also, annotated editions 
of several plays of Shakespeare. 

"Hinton, James," (Pseud.) See BARLOW, 
GEORGB, supra. 

Hinton, James, M.R.C.S., 1822-1875, b. at Read- 
ing, Eng. , son of Rev. John Howard Hinton, infra; 
was educated at private schools, and in 1838 was ap- 
prenticed to a clothier in London; a year later he 
entered an insurance office, but gave up that situation 
iu consequence of a decline of health ; entered St. Bar- 
tholomew's Hospital to study medicine, and became a 
member of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1847. In 
the same year he went as surgeon of a ship to Jamaica, 
where he remained for two years, afterwards visiting 
the United States. In 1850 he began medical practice 
in London, and gradually confined himself to aural 
surgeiy, in which he gained large practice and repu- 
tation. He was lecturer on aural surgery at Guy's 
Hospital from 1863 to 1874, when he gave up his pro- 
fession to devote himself to philosophical studies. For 
biog., see HOPKINS, JANE ELLIOE, -infra. 1. Man and 
his Dwelling- Place : an Essay towards the Interpretation 
of Nature, Lon., 1859, Svo. Anon. New ed., 1872. 2. 
Life in Nature Lon., 1862, p. Svo. 3. The Mystery of 
Pain : a Book for the Sorrowful, Lon , 1866, Svo ; new 
ed., 1879. 4. Selections from Manuscripts, Lon., 1870-74, 
4 vols. Svo. 5. Thoughts on Health and some of its Con- 
ditions, Lon., 1871, p. Svo. 6. The Place of the Physi- 
cian : being the Introductory Lecture at Guy's Hospital, 
October, 1873: with other Essays, Lon., 1874, cr. Svo. 

7. The Questions of Aural Surgery, Lon., 1874, p. 8vo. 

8. (Trans.) The Surgical Diseases of the Ear, by Prof. 
Trbltsch, (New Sydenham Soe.,) Lon. f 1874, Svo. 9. 
( Ed,) Physiology for Practical Use. By Various Writers. 
Illust. Lon, 1874, 2 vols. 12moj 3d ed., 1880. 10. 
Chapters on the Art of Thinking, and other Essays : 
with an Introduction by Shadworth Hodgson. Edited 
by C. H. Hinton. Lon., 1879, p. Svo. 

'" Mr. Hiuton was apparently too much in earnest to be 
critical ; we should say, though it may sound paradoxical, 
too much in earnest to walk: safely in philosophical in- 
quiries The satisfaction he went forth m search of was 
moral, not intellectual. Disinterested even to excess in 
one sense, his habit of mind was over-weighted with a 
special interest in another His writing shows hardly a 
tiace of the pure curiosity of speculation, and little, if 
anything, of delight in dialectics as a fine art. Least of 
all does he seem to think of forcing conviction on the 
reader. His essays are in very truth what many things 
written for effect have professed to be, solitary medita- 
tions.''^. JKe , xlvn 279. 

" One's first reflection on reading these short stimulating 
papers which are like so many oeams of light glancing 
here and there on widely-removed objects and every where 
illuminating and Beautifying with their touch, is that 
here is an intellect which ought to he one of the great 
stirring forces in contemporary thought ... A man who 
so frankly avows that he feeeks to satisfy at once our in- 
tellects and our emotions is, best viewed perhaps as a kind 
of poet."~-jAMES SUU^Y : Acad , xv. 600. 


11. Philosophy and Religion : Selections from the 
Manuscripts of the Late James Hinton. Edited by 
Caroline Haddon Lon., 1SS1, Svo (The selections 
are from the earlier series of MSB., belonging to the 
period from ISofi to about 1861.) 

" This is a valuable book ; philosophically speaking, per- 
laps the most valuable book written in England since 
Coleridge First, for the deep insight of the thoughts 
which compose its philosophy of ' Actuahsm ,' and sec- 
ondly, on account of the particular philosophical ground 
which it occupies, and from which it speaks" SHAD- 
WOBTH H. HODGSON : Acad. t xxi. 29 

12. The Law-Breaker and the Coming of the Law. 
Edited by M. Hinton. Lon., 1R84, p 8vo 

" The position of 'The Law-Breaker' is briefly that laws, 
duties, virtues, fixed rights and wrongs, are apt to become 
obsolete, dead, and mischievous, and that it i& a pernicious 
mistake to regard them as of permanent obligation , since, 
as circumstances change, duties change also for indi- 
viduals, there is no absolute morality binding on all and 
forever." Acad , xxvi. 395. 


"He was a born metaphysician, and the 'art of think- 
ing' was to him what music was to Beethoven or dramatic 
dialogue to Shakespere. But he was no mere thinker m 
the ordinary sense of the word He was rather . . a 
prophet, a seer His thinking was a spiritual, not an in- 
tellectual, process ; and the visions he saw revolved round 
the profoundest themes, God, lite, man. and above all, 
combining and concentrating them all. the great world- 
tragedy of woman." JAMES A ALDIS Acad , xxx. 1. 

Hinton, Rev. John Howard, [ante. vol. i., add,] 
1791-1873. 1. The Woik of the Holy Spirit in Con- 
version, Lon., 1830 ; new ed., 1855, 12mo. 2. Review of 
the Bishop of London's Sermons, Lon., 1S42, Svo. 3. A 
Treatise on Man's [Responsibility, Lon., 1842, 12mo. 
4. The Test of Experience,- or, The Voluntary Prin- 
ciple in the United States, Lon., 1851, ?2mo. 5. On 
Acquaintance with God: Twelve Lectures, Lon., 1856, 
12mo. 6. On God's Government of Man : Ten Lecture^, 
Lon., 1856, 12mo. 7. On Redemption : Eleven Lectures, 
Lon., 1859, 12mo. 8. Tour in Holland and North Ger- 
many, 1851, Lon., 1860, 12mo. 9. Moderate Calvinism 
Re-Examined, Lon., 1861, p. Svo, 10. An Exposition 
of the Epistle to the Romans on the Principles of Scrip- 
ture Parallelism, Lon., 1863, Svo. 11. Theological 
Works, Lon., 1864, 7 vols. p. 8vo. 

Hinton, John William* Facts about Organs: 
Guide to the Purchase of an Organ, Lon., 1882, cr. Svo ; 
2d ed., enl , same year. 

Hinton, Richard Josiah. 1. English Radical 
Leaders, (" Brief Biographies,") N. York, 1875, 16mo. 
2. The Hand- Book to Arizona: its Resources, History, 
and Scenery. Illust. San Fran., 1878, 12mo. 

Hinton, Zebulon Wright. 1. French Jesuits 
in England, and other Rhymes, Pans, 1877, 12mo. 
2. The Huguenots: Fragments of a Metrical Tale of 
France and Ireland, Lon., 1877, Svo. 3. Ballads, Para- 
phrases, and Hymns, (not for Churches,) Ancient and 
Modern, Lon., 1878, 16mo. 

Hinxman, Mrs. Emmeline. Poems, Lon., 1856 ; 
2d ed., 1857, p. Svo. 

" The simple and natural product of a thoughtful and 
earnest yet gentle mind " Sat Jfteu., iii. 341. 

Hiorns, Arthur H* Principal of the School of 
Metallurgy, Birmingham and Midland Institute. 1. 
A Text -Book of Elementary Metallurgy, for the Use of 
Students, Lon., 18SS, p. Svo. 2. Practical Metallurgy 
and Assaying: a Text-Book for the Use of Teachers, 
Students, and Assayers. Illust. Lon., 188S, 12mo. 

Hip kins, Alfred James, F.S.A. Musical In- 
struments, Historic, Rare, and Unique: Introduction 
and Descriptive Notes. Illustrated by a Series of Fifty 
Plates in Colours, drawn by William Gibb. Edin, 
18S7, fol. 

Hipsley, William, Undine, the Spirit of the 
Waters : a Poem containing a Version of the Narrative, 
Lon , 1886, p. Svo. 

Hird, James. A Voice from the Muses, Lon., 1866, 
p. Svo. 

Hird, W. G. 1. Etymologic 
tare Names, Accented and Ex 
Lon., 1851, 12mo. 2. Scripture '. 
tion to Ancient History, Lon., 1875, p. Svo. 3. An 
Illustrated Guide to Bolton Abbey, Ac., Bradford, 1882, 

Hiroi, Isami. Plate-Girder Construction, 1ST. lork, 
1888, 16mo. 

Hirschl, A* J* Law of Fraternities and Societies, 
with Special Reference to their Insurance Features, St. 
Louis, ISSa, Svo. 


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Svo 2 The Christian Priesthood, Lon , 1867, Svo A 
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Hoare, Benjamin. 1 The Maori a New Aus- 
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Hoare, ttev. Edward, MA., [>fe, vol. i , add.,] 
gra tuated at Trinity College, Cambridge, 1834? ordained 
18*6, vicar of Holy Trinity, Tunbndge Wells, Kent, 
since 1853, hon canon of Canterbury since 1868* 1. 
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Hoare, Capt. Edward* Some Account of the 
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Hoare, Edward Hatch. The Scripture Ground 
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Scriptures concerning the Active and Passive Obedience 
of Christ, Lon , 1867, Svo 

Hoare, Very Kev* Edward Newenham, 1802- 
1877, educated at Trinity College, Dublin, dean of 
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Principles advocated in the "Tracts for the Times" con- 
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Hoare, Rev* Edward Newenham, M.A , son 
of the preceding, b 1842, in Dublin , graduated at Trinity 
College, Dublin, 1862, ordained 38b5, rector of Acrise, 
Kent, 1879-88, and since then vicar of Stoneycroft, Lan- 
cashire 1. A Child of the Glens , or, Elsie's Fortune, Lon , 
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ISmo. 8. The Brave Men of Eyam , or, A Tale of the 
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II. HeioUm in Humble Life; or, The Story ot Ben 
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Paths in the Great Waters a Tale wherein is comprised 
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Story of the Arteveldts, Lon , 1884, p. Svo 14 Fred 
Turner's Friends a Temperance Tale, Lon , 1884, p 
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Disasters at Sea during the Last Hundred Ytars, Lon., 
1885, p Svo. 17 Josiah Hunslet's Reward, Lon , 1SS6, 
p &vo 18 Foxholt, and the Light that burned there, 
Lon, 1887, p Svo* 19 Kotsible Workers in Humble 
Life Pounds, Duncan, DK!E, <fcc, Lon , 1887, p Svo 

Hoare, Rev. George Tooker. 1, The Village 
Museum, Lon , 1858, p Svo. 2, A Letter- Writer for 
the People, Lon , 1860, Svo. 3. (Ed ) True Stories of 
Brnve Deeds Illust. Lrm., 1868, 12ino, 

Hoare, Henry* banker. 1 Outlines of Ecclesias- 
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2 Hints on Lay Co Operation a Collection of Docu- 
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Hoare, Henry, 3?,S.$. Tba Appr^eifttion of Gold 
and its Connection with the Depression of Trade, Lon , 
1&S6, Svo 

Hoare, Rev. John Gnmey, M.A., graduated at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 1869j ordained 1873; vicar 
of Aylsbam, Norfolk, since 1888, 1. Righteousness atid 
Life, or, Readings from the Early Chapters of the 
Epistle to the Eomans, Lon , 1887, 32in<>. 2 Biblo 
Lessons on Joshua and Judges,, &oiu, 1887, I2rao 4. 


From Adam to Abraham on Genesis, Chaps, i to xiv., 
L<m,1888, 12rao 

Hoare, Rev. William Henry, [<wtt> vol i, 
add ,] d 1888, aged 78 1 On the A eucity of the Book 
of Genets, Lon , 1S60, Svo 2 Letter to Biphop Colenso, 
Lon, 186-5, Svo, 4th ed. same yeir 3 The Age and 
Authorship of the Pentateuch considered, 186 4 

Hobart, Rev. John Henry, D D , b 1817, in 
Kew York City, &on ot Bibhop J H Hobart, (q v, 
ante, vol i ,) graduited at Columbu College 1836 , or- 
d.ame-1 in the Pro e^tmt Episcopal Church 1841 , rector 
of Trinity Church, Fishkill, K Y 1 Instruction and 
Encouragement tor Lent, N York, 1859 2 Church 
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Hobart, ttev. tl illiam Kirk, LL D , graduated 
at Trinity College, Dublin, 1360 , ordained 1861, dio- 
cesan curate of Deny and Hap hoe <unce 1S86 The 
Medical Language uf St Lukt* a Proof from Intei nal 
Evidence thit ' Ihe Gospel according to St Luke" and 
"The Acts of the Apostles" were wntten by the same 
Person, and that the Author was a Medical Man, Dublin, 
1882, Svo, 

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kind, and such as, few persons but himselt in the present 
day could ha\ e executed " Aaid , xxiv 7d 

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Hobbes, W, R. P Arithmetw of Electrical 
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Hobbs, C. W. Lynn and Surroundings, Lynn, 
Maaa, 1886, Svo. 

Hobbs, Charles E, Botanical Hand-Book of 
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Names, Bost , 1876, Svo. 

Hobbs, Isaac H. Architecture containing De- 
igns for Villas, <feo. with Rules for Criticism and Intro- 
duction, Phila , 1372, Svo , 2d ed , enl , 1876 

Hobbs, J. S. 1 Sailing Directions for the Gulf 
and River ot St Lawrence, Lon , 1843, Svo 2 Sailing 
Directions for the Islands of Guernsey, Jersey, Ac , 1849, 
Svo. 3 Sailing Directions from the Texel to the Horn 
Reefs, 1852, Svo 4. Sailing Directions for the Bristol 
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Hobbs, Capt. James* Wild Life in the Far 
West Personal Adventures of a Border Mountain Man, 
St. Louis, 1875, 8vo 

Hobbs, Samuel* Fireside Melodies, a Love- 
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Hobbs, Samuel W. 1. One Hundred and Sixty 
Culinary Dainties for the Epicure, Invalid, and Dys- 
peptic, Lon , Ib84, cr Svo 2 The Kitehen Oracle ; or, 
Modern Culinary Art, Lon , 18S6, 8vo 

Hobbs, Veiu Stephen, educated at the Church 
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archdeicon of Mauritius, curate of Tollerton, Notting- 
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Lectures on the Lord's Prayer Lon , 188, Svo. 

Hobbs, Thomas Francis. The Subaltern's 
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Belfast, 1S59, Svo. 

HobbM, \V* Fisher* Landlord, Tenant, and La- 
bourer, Lon . 1S9, Svo 

Hobby, Edwin. Treatise on Texas Land Law, 
St. Louis, Mo , 1$8\ Svo 

Hobday, Edward. 1. Cottage Gardening, Lon , 
1877,p Svo 2 Fruit-Culture for Profit, Lon, 1883, 
12uio. 3 Villa, Gardening a Hand-Book for Amateurs 
and Practical Gardeners, Lon , 1887, p Svo 

Hobhouse, Sir Arthur, Baron Hob house, 
K C S L, b 18 Ly , educated at Eton, and at Balliol C>I- 
lege, Oxford, called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1345, 
law member of the governor-generaPs council in India 
1872-77, raised to the peerage 1835. The Dead Hind* 
Addres-es on the Subject of Endowments and Settle- 
ments of Property, Lon , 1880, p Svo Also, single 
lectures, &c. 

Hobhouse, Tit. Rev* Edmund, M A., B D , 
graduated at Balliol College, Oxford, 1S*8 , ordained 
1841. Bishop of Nelson 1858-65 j Assistant Bishop of 
Licafield 1869-80. I- Sketch of the Life of Walter de 
Merton Pounder of Morton College, Lon , 1859, Svo 2. 
(Ed ) The Begiter of Boger de Norbury, Bishop of Lich- 
field and Coventry, from A D 1322 to A.D 1358, (Wil- 
liam Salt ArohssalOffical Society,) Stafford, 1880, Svo 

Hobhouse, Henry, IVf.A , b 1854; educated at 
Balhol College, Oxford , called to the bar at Lincoln's 


Inn 1880, M,P for Somerset smee 1885 (Ed) The 
Parhamentaiy Elections (Corrupt and Illegal Practices) 
Act, 1883 with an InModuction, &e , Lon , 188% p 8vo 
With FAHSHAWE, E L, The County Councillors Guide, 
Lon , 1888, Svo 

Hobhouse, Walter* The Theory and Practice 
of Ancient Education bung the Chancellor's English 
Essay, 1885, Oxf, 1885, Svo 

Hobkirk, Charles P. 1 Huddersfield its His- 
tory and Natural History Illust 2d ed , Lon , IbbS, 
p Svo 2. A Synopsis of the Bntish Mosses based 
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Hobkirk, William. Soundings in S icreil "Waters, 
or, Modem Calvinism the Greit Moral Barrier to the 
Progress of Vital Christianity in Presbyterian Scotland, 
Edm , 1854, p 8vo 

Hobler, Fruncis, formeily secretary of the Numis- 
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from Cnaeua Pompems to Tiberius Constantmus, as ex- 
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18(50, 2 vols 4 to 

Hob ley, Henry* Five Tears of Granny Glad- 
stone's Eule, [verse,] Lon , 1885, Svo 

Hoblyn, Anna Margaret* 1 Time's "Changes " 
Pilgrims' Poems and Hymns, Lon, 186-J, p. Svo. 2 
God's Omnipresence The Gospel Plan of Sah ation , and 
other Poems, Lon , 1870, p Svo 

Hoblyn, Miss Maria Theresa. The Fisher- 
man's Daughter, and Dreams of the Past. By Theta, 
[pseud] Lon , 1869 

Hob son, Arthur H. B. The Amateur Mechanic's 
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Hobson, Benjamin, MB. A Medical Vocabu- 
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Hobson, Rev. Edwin, M A v graduated at Trinity 
College, Dublin, 1870, ordained 1871, principal of tlie 
Tottenham Training College for School-Mistresses since 
1877 1 Aids to the Study of the Books of Samuel 
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for Sunday-Schools, Lon , 1882, 12mo. 3 Notes on the 
Athanasian Creed, Lon , 1S87, p 8vo 4 With my 
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Hobson, Kev. John Pluhp, M A , graduated at 
Worcester College, Oxtord, 1872, ordained 1873, vicar 
of Stanstead Abb< ts s nee 1878 1 " From Death unto 
Life," Lon< 1877, 16mo 2. Scenes in the Lite of 
David a Service of Song, Lon ,1877 * A Shorts Me- 
moir ot the Late Kev <J Dawson Campbell, Lon , 1880 
4 Scripture Echoes in our Church's Collects with 
Hymns, Lon, 1881, p Svo 

Hobson, Mr*, M. A. Carey-, a resident of South 
Africa 1 The Farm in the Kaioo, or, What Charity 
Vyvyan and his Friends saw in South Africa, Lon , 
1883, fol. 2 At IJoitie in the Transvaal, [a novel,] 
Lon., 1884, 2 vols, p Svo .-5 South African Stoned, 
Lon , 1886, 12rno 

Hobson, Richard, MB, 1795-1868 Charles 
"Waterton bis Home, Habits, and Handiwork Remi- 
niscences of Nearly Thnty Years Illust Lon , 186(i, 
p. Svo j 2d ed , enl , 1 867 

Hochaday, John A., and others. (Ed ) Mis- 
souri Revised Statutes Annotated 1879, 2 vote 8v 

Hochhetmer, Louis. A Treatise on the Law re- 
lating to tlie Custody of Infants, Bait,, 1887, Svo 

Hochstrasser, Henry de. 1. Facts and Im- 
pressions of England the Views of a Naturalized For- 
eigner, Lon, 1880, p 8*0* 2 Woik and Save? or, The 
True Story of a Reformed Continental Village, Lon , 
1886, p 8vo 

Hockin, Rev. Frederick, M*A V graduated at St. 
John's College, Cambridge, 1849 , ordained 1849 j rector 
of Phillack sjnee 1853 , hoti canon of Truro, and proctor 
in convocation. I. John Wesley and Modern Method- 
ism, Lon, 1875, p Svo, 4th ed , enl, 1887. 2. Mar- 
riage with a Deceased Wife's Sister forbidden by the 
Law of Qod, 1881 3 Why we refuBe to obey either 
the Privy Council or Lord Penzancsc^s Court, 1882. 4. 
Notes on Re-Marriage after Divorce, Lon,, 1887. 

Hockitt, John Brent. Practical Hints on Pho- 
tography its Chemistry and its Manipulations, Lon, r 
I860, p. Svo. 


Hocking, Joseph. 1. Harry Penhale: the Trial 
of his Faith, Lon M 1887, p. Svo. 2. Gideon Strong, 
Plebeian. Lon., 1888, p. Svo. 

Hocking, Salome. 1. Granny's Hero: a Tale of 
Country Lite, Lon., 3885, 12mo. 2. The Fortunes of 
Riverside ; or, Waiting and Winning, Lon., 1885, p. Svo, 
3. Norah Lang, the Mine-Girl : a Story of Village Life, 
Lon., 1 886, p. Svo. 4. Jacky : a Story of E very-Day Life, 
Lon., 1887, p. Svo. 

Hocking, Silas K. 1. Her Benny: a Tnle of 
Street Life. Jllust. Lon., 1879, p. Svo. 2. His Father; 
or, A Mother's Legacy, lllust. Lon , 1880, p. Svo 3. 
Reedylord ; or, Creed and Character, Lon., 1880, p. Svo ; 
new ed., 1884. 4. Chips : a Story ot Manchester Life, 
lllust. Lon., 1881, sq. 16mo 5. Ivy : a Tale of Scottish 
Life, Lon., 1881, 12mo. 6. Sea- Wait: Tale of the Cor- 
nibh ChiS, Lon , 1882, 12mo. 7. Poor Mike . the Story of 
a Waif. lllust. Lon., 1882, sq, 16mo. 8. Dick's Fairy : 
a Tale of the Streets, and other Stories, Lon., 1883, p. Svo. 
9. Alec Green lllust. Lon., 1884, p. Svo. 10. Caleb 
Carthew: a Life Story, Lon., 1884, cr. Svo. 11. Our 
Joe, Lon , 1885, q. 16mo. 12. Cricket: a Tale of Hum- 
ble Life: with Illustrations, Lon., 1885, 12mo. 13. Real 
Grit. Illu*t. Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 14. Up the Rhine 
an<l Over the Alps, Lon , 188(5, p. Svo, 15. Crookleigh : 
a Village Story. lllust. Lon., 1887, p. Svo. 16. For 
Abigail : a West Country Story. lllust. Lon., 1888, p. Svo. 

Hockley, William Browne, d. I860. Tales of 
the Zenana, or, A Nawab's Leisure Hours : with an In- 
troductoiy Pieface by Lord Stanley of Alderley, Lon., 
1874, 2 vols, Svo. (Contains seven tales in the style of 
the "Arabian Nights.") 

' Mr Hockley, we dare say, faithfully constructed from 
the materials he gathered during his apparently not pro- 
tracted nor over-successful career in India the stones as 
now presented to the public. . . But as serious and faith- 
ful representations of Oriental thought and taste, they are 
very incomplete." Acad , vii. 83. 

Hodasevich, R. A Voice from within the Walls 
of Sebastopol: a Narrative of the Campaign in the 
Crimea,, and of the Events of the Siege, Lon, 1856. 
(The author, a Pole by birth, was an officer in the Rus- 
sian service, but deserted to the English during the siege 
of Sebastopol ) 

" Sure to command the attention of all who ever heard 
that now world-famous name " Sat. Rev., ii. 324. 

Hodder, Edwin, b. 1838, at Staines, Middlesex; 
privately educated; spent some years in the colonies; 
a member of the English civil service since 1861. 1. 
Memories of New Zealand Life, Lon., 1862, p. Svo; 2d ed., 
1862, 12mo. 2. The Junior Clerk : a Tale of City Life, 
Lon., 1 862, 12mo. (More than twenty later editions.) 3. 
Tossed on the Waves : a Story of Young Life, Lon., 
1864, 12wo ; 6th ed., 1876 ; new ed,, 1881. 4. The Story 
of Jesus, in Verse, Lon., 1866, p. Svo. 5. Lost in Paris, 
and other Tales, Lon., 1868, 16mo. 6. Reconciled ; or, 
The Stoiy of Hawthorn Hall, Lou., 1869, 16mo. 7. The 
Bookbtall-Boy of Batherton. By Old Merry. Lon, 
1872, p. Svo. 8. The Way and the Life, Edin., 1S73, 
12mo. 9. On Holy Ground ; or, Scenes and Incidents in 
the Land of Promise, Lon., 1874, 12mo. 10. Ephraim 
and Helah : a Story of the Exodus, Lon. and Chilworth, 
1878, cr. Svo. 11. Heroes of Britain in Peace and War. 
lllust Vols. i. and ii., Lon., 1878-80, r. Svo j new ed , 
vol. L, 1883. 12. Tom Heriot: his Adventures and Mis- 
adventures, Lon v 1880, p. Svo. 13. Cities of the World : 
their Origin, Progress, and Present Aspect. lllust. Lon., 
J 881-84, 8 vols. r. Svo. 14. Drifted into Port : a Story 
of Sea Life, Lon., 1882, p. Svo. 15. Simon Peter: his 
Life, Times, and Fwnds, Lon., 1884, p. Svo. 16. 
Thrown on the World; or, The Scrapes and Scapes 
of Ray and Bertie. lllust. Lon., 1885, p. Svo, 17. 
The Life and Work of the goventh Earl of Shaftesbury, 
K G., Lon., 3886, A vols. Svo ; 3d ed , 1887. 

" Lord Shaftesbury, towards the close of his long career, 
placed his private dwries and many other valuable papers 
at the dispusal of Mr. Hodder, and himself assisted in their 
preparation aud. reduction into the form of the present 
memoir. . . . There is loss as well as gani in this arrange- 
inent. . , . We ^ee here Lord Shaitesbury as he knew him- 
self, with his powers and failings as he conceived them; 
... we catch but indirect glimpses of the real impression 
which he made on the men who were nearest aimin - 
thority and ability, and learu steU less of the flrtnta 
tearing oCttiat w through which heinoyed inaxuanner 
BO conspicuous." -4^ , $O, $083, 

18, The Life of Samuel Motley, Lon., 1887, 8vo. 
Hodder, George. 1* Pfcqtofc* of Life and Cforr- 
actet, kon^ I84 tl IjEmo, 2, Beuben Winch; or, The 
O f Example, Lon., 1S53, 12*no. 3, Memories of 


my Time: including Personal Reminiscences of Emi- 
nent Men, Lon., 1870, Svo. 

Hodder, Grant. The Seventh Battalion, the Rifle 
Brigade (the Prime Consort's Own) Militia, Enfield, 
"S84, Svo. 

Hoddy, Robert* 1. Athanasianism not Scriptural; 
or, Christ not begotten as God, but a Complex Person 
'rom. the Beginning, Lon., 1860, 12mo. 2. Memoir of 
[srael Atkinson, Pustor of Ebenezer Chapel, Brighton, 
Lon., 18S2, Svo. 

Hodgdon, N. C. Denominational Offering; from 
the Literature of Universah^m, Bost , 1870, 12mo. 

Hodge, Rev. Archibald Alexander, D.D., 
LL.D , 1828-1886, b. at Princeton, N.J.: son of Charles 
Hodge, D.D., ?//; graduated at Princeton 1841, and 
at the Theological Seminary 1847; spent the thiee fol- 
lowing years as a missionary m India ; held several pas- 
torates; was professor of didactic theology in Western 
Theological Seminary, Allegheny, P.I., 1864-77, when he 
was appointed associate professor of didactic and polemic 
theology at Princeton Theological Seminary, succeeding 
his father as professor in 1878. 1. Outlines of Theology, 
N. York, 1 SfiO ; new ed., 1 879. 2. The Atonement, Phila., 
1868, 12mo; new ed., Lon., 1SS6. 3. Commentary on 
the Confession of Faith, <fcc , Phila., 1869, 12mo. 4. 
Presbyterian Doctrine Briefly Stated, Phila., 1869, 18mo. 
5. Life of Charles Hodge, Professor in the Theological 
Seminary, Princeton, N. York, I860, Svo. 6. Manual of 
Forms: conformed to the Doetime and Discipline of 
the Presbytenan Church j new and rewritten ed., Phila , 
1883, 16mo. 7. Popular Lectures on Theological Themes, 
Phila., 1S87, Svo. With Hoaafl, J. A., D.D., The Sys- 
tem of Theology contained in the Westminster Shorter 
Catechism Opened and Explained, N.York, 1888, 12mo. 

Hodge, Hev* Charles, D.D., LL.D , [a/e, \ol. 
i., add.J 1797-1878, celebrated the semi-centennial an- 
niversary of his professoiship at Princeton Theological 
Seminary, April 24, 1872. In 1852 he had been given 
the chan of polemical theology in addition to that of 
didactic and e\egeticul theology, which he already occu- 
pied. His editorial connection with the Princeton Re- 
view ceased in 1871. 1. The True Idea of the Church: 
with Prefatory Note by Rev. W. Hanna, Edin., 1860, 
Svo. 2. An Exposition of the Second Epistle to the 
Corinthians, N. York, I860, Svo. 3. The Reunion of 
the Old and New School Presbyterian Churches, N. York, 
1867, Svo. 4. Systematic Theology, N. York, 1871-73, 3 
vols. 5. What is Darwinism? new ed., N, York, 1874, 
12mo. 6. Discussions in Church Polity: Selected and 
Arranged by W. Durant. N. York, 1878, Svo. 7. Con- 
ference Papers,- or, Analyses of Discourses delivered to 
the Students of the Theological Seminary, Princeton, 
NJ,N. York, 1879, Svo. 

Hodge, Rev* D. M. The Highest Law, N. Haven, 
1870, 12mo. 

Hodge, David. Thomas Carlyle : the Man and 
Teacher, Edin and Glasgow, 1873, 12mo. 

Hodge, Iliram C. Arizona as it is; or, The 
Coming Country : compiled from Notes of Travel during 
1874, 1875, and 1876. Map. N. York, 1877, cr. 8vo. 

Hodge, Hugh I,enox f M.D., LL.D., 1796-1873, 
b. in Philadelphia $ brother of Rev. Charles Hodge, 
Bupra; graduated at Princeton 1814, and at the Medical 
Department of the University of Pennsylvania 1818 ; 
professor of obstetrics in the University* of Pennsylvania 
1835-63. 1. The Principles and Practice of Obstetrics, 
lllust. Phila., 1S64, 4to. 2. On Diseases peculiar to 
Women : including Displacements of the Uterus. lllust. 
New ed., Phila, 1868, 8ro. 3. Foeticide; or, Criminal 
Abortion: a Lecture, Phila., 1869, 12rnoj 4th ed., 1872. 
4. Note- Book for Ca*>es of Ovarian Tuiaora and other 
Abdominal Enlargements, Phila., 1876, I2mo. 

Hodge, J* AspinwalU What is Presbyterian 
Law as defined by the Church Courts? Phila., 1882, 
T2mo; 3d ed., with Appendix containing Decisions of 
the General Assemblies, 1882, 1883, Phila., 1884, 12mo. 

Hodge, John. Poems, Manchester, 1858. 

Hodge, m rs* Kat herine. Fifty Years a Queen, 
N. York and Chic , 1887, 12mo. 

Hodge, Samuel, DJX, b. 1829, in Fork, Sullivan 
Co., Tenn, ; president of Lenox Collegiate Institute, Hop- 
kinton, la., 1S66-S2. The Centennial of New Bethel 
Presbyterian Chureh, Tsnneesse, Bristol, 1S82. 

Hodge, Thomas. Catechism of Fortification, 
Lon., 1855, 12mo. 

"Hodge, Tobe," (Pseud.) See 
CHARLES, */ra. 



Hodges, C. B. Preces Concionales a Manual for 
the Pulpit, Lon , 1854, Svo. 

Hodges, Mis* Ellen G. Surprise-Land : a Girl's 
Letters trom the West, Bost, 1S87. Anon. 

Hodges, George Samuel. 1. Ruth: a Sacred 
Idyl of llarve*t-Tide, and other Poems, Lon., 1865, 
12mo. 2. The County Palatine, and other Poems, Lon , 
1876, p. Svo. 

Hodges, James. Construction of the Great Vic- 
toria Bridge in Canada, Lon., 1860, r. fol. 

Hodges, John Frederick. 1. First Steps to 
Practical Cheim-tiy, for Agricultural Students, <fcc , Lon., 
157, 12mo, 3d ed., 1858. 2. Outlines of the Structure 
and Physiology of the Animals of the Farm, Lon., 1862, 
12ino; 2d ed., 1876. 

Hodges, Nicholas William, [ante, vol. i., add ] 
The Catnolic Hand-Book: a History of the Metropolitan 
Missions, <fcc. lllust. Lon , 1857, Svo. 

Hodges, Richard, M.D. On the Nature, Pa- 
thology, and Treatment of Puerperal Convulsions, Lon., 
186 1, p. Svo. 

Hodges, Richard M,, M.D., of Boston, Mass. 
1. The Excision of Joints, Bost., 1861, Svo: 2d ed., 
1863. 2. Practical Dissections; 2d ed., Phila., 1S67, 

Hodges, Sydney. 1. Dirge for the Buried Dyke, 
t,on , 1852, p. Svo. 2. The Battle of Hastings, and 
other Poems, Lon., 1853, 12ino. 3. Geoffrey's Wife- a 
Reminiscence. By Stanley Hope, [pseud.] Lon., 1874, 
2 vols. p. Svo. 4. A New Godiva. By Stanley Hope. 
Lon., 1876, 3 vols. p. Svo. 5. Among the Gibjigs: a 
Child's Romance. lllust. Lon., 1881, sq. 16mo. 6. 
Amon* the Woblins: a Child's Romance. lllust. Lon., 
1882, 4to. 

Hodges, William. Baptism, tested by Scripture 
and History, Phila., 185S, 12mo; 2d ed., N.York, 1873 j 
3d ed., 5LS79. 

Hodgetts, E. A. Brayley. (Trans.) Personal 
Reminiscenced of General Skobeleff ; from the Russian 
of V. I. Nemirovitch-Dantchenko, Lon., 1884, Svo. 

Hodgetts, J* Frederick. 1. Older England: Il- 
lustrated by the Anglo-Saxon Antiquities in the British 
Museum, Lon., 1SS4-, two serie?, Svo. 

"The book 'Consists of a collection of six lectures de- 
livered bythe author in the Anglo-Saxon Room of the 
British Museum, ami a most interesting book it is, full of 
out-of-the-w&y learning and of facts which it behooves all 
who love this .English land, and are curious about the be- 
ginnings of its history, to know Mr Kuskin, who was one 
of the -select Jew who listened to these lectures, said that 
they were a new revelation of tiuth and poetry for him , 
that he shad no idea of the wealth and beauty of ancient 
English .teachings until he heard them from Mr Hodgetts' 
lipsj that the latter had overturned some of his mojt 
cherished opinions, but had given him a new field of 
thought instead." Spectatyr, Ivii 448 

" Eccentric speculations are made the text for moraliz- 
ing discourses, which together take up the greater part of 
the volume We should be glad it we could assent to the 
high praise which the author quotes from Prof Ruskin 
and other eminent persons who were among his hearers ; 
but the fact that such praise could be given only shows 
how greatly the educated public stands m need of en- 
Ijghtenmentre&peetmg' Older England/" Acad , xxv.201. 

2. The Champion of Odin ; or, Viking Life in Days 
of Old. lllust. Lon., 18S5 y p. Svo. 3 The English in 
the Middle Ages, from the Norman Usurpations to the 
Bays ot the Stuarts, as Illustrated by the Mediaeval Re- 
mains in the British Museum, Lon , IS85, Svo. 4. Ivan 
Dobroff : a Russian Story. Phila., 1SS6, p. Svo. 5. Ed- 
win, the Boy Outlaw; or, The Dawn of Freedom in Eng- 
land, Lon., 1887, p. Svo. 6. Greater England: being a 
Brief Account of the Various Possessions of Her Maj- 
esty in Europe, Asia, Africa, America, Ac., Lon., 1887, 
E. Svo 7. Harold, the Boy E<irl a Story of Old Eng- 
tnd, Lon., 1SSS, p. Svo, 8. Richard Plantagenet. 
Illnst. Lon , 1888, p. Svo. 9. Tom's Nugget: a Story 
lllust. Lon., 1888, p. Svo. 

Hodgins, John George, LL.D , b. 1821, in Dub- 
lin , removed to Canada in J833; secretary of the board 
of -education for Upper Canada 1846; admitted to the 
bar 1870; deputy minister of education for Ontario 1876. 
1, Geography of British America, Lon., ISS, 12mo. 2. 
A Selwol History of Canada, and of the other British 
Provinces in Horth America, Montreal, 1866, p. Svo. 3. 
Sketches aupd Anaedi&tes of Her Majesty the Queen, the 
Late Prinee -Consort,, and other Members of the Royal 
Family, Lon., 1868, 12mo,- 3d ed., 1876. 4. School Law 
Lectures * toeing the .Substance of Lectures to Normal 
School Students, TonHmdo, 1872-73, 2 parts, Svo; new 


ed., rev., 1875. 5. The School-House its Architecture, 
External and Internal Arrangements: with Elevations 
and Plans, Toronto, 1876, Svo. 

Hodgins, Thomas, Q.C., b 1835, in Dublin, Ire- 
land ; graduated at University College, Toronto, in 1856 ; 
elected to the Parliament of Ontario 1871, and became 
master-in-ordinary ot the Supreme Court 1883. (Ed) 
Municipal Law Reports, 1863 With HARRISON, ROBERT 
A., A Manual of the Law affecting the Electoral Fran- 
chise and Voters' Lists for Legislative nnd Municipal 
Elections in Ontario; 2d ed., Toronto, 1886. 

Hodgkin, Howard, M.A., b. 1857 ; graduated at 
Jesus College, Cambridge, 1878; called to the bar at 
Lincoln's Inn 1882. Irish Land Legislation and the 
Royal Commissioners : a Summary of the Reports of the 
Royal Commissioners, Lon., 1881, Svo. 

Hodgkin, John Eliot. Monograms, Ancient and 
Modern : their Histoiy and Ait Treatment, lllust. 
Lon., 1866, 12rno 

HodgkiM, Thomas, M.D., [ante, vol. i, add ,] 
1798-lStob. 1. Biogiaphical Sketch of Dr. W. Stroud, 
Lon., 1858, Svo. 2 Narrative jf a Journey to Morocco 
in 1863 and 1861, Lon., 1866, r. Svo. 

Hodgkin, Thomas, D.C.L., b. 1831, at Totten- 
ham, Middlesex, Eng. ; educated at Grove House School, 
Tottenham, and at University College, London, and 
graduated with honors at the University of London 1851. 
He is engaged in business as a member ot a banking 
firm at Newcastle, and his historical work has been the 
employment of his leisuie hour*. The honorary degree 
of D.C.L. was confeired upon him by the University of 
Durham in 1883, and by the University of Oxford in 
188fi. He has contributed to the Edinburgh Review and 
other peiiodicals, and to the ninth edition of the Ency- 
clopsedu Bnranmca. 1. Clandian. the Last of the Ro- 
man Poets. Two Lectures delivered before the Literary 
and Philosophical Society, Newcastle-on-Tyne, New- 
castle and Lon., 1875, p. &vo, 

11 More able and appreciative treatment than that which 
Mr Hodgkm gives to his subject could not be desired." 
Spectatoi , xlvm 1149 

2. Italy and her Invaders: vols. i., ii., 376-476, O.\f., 
1880, Svo. 

" The idea of the book is to describe the process by which 
the old goveinment and cnilization o Italy were de- 
stroyed, and the foundations laid lor the new development 
oi her mediaeval life . . Ihe conception is a fine one, 
worthy o the long and serious study which Mr Hodgkin 
has evidently given it . . He has been driven to depart 
pretty widely from his original scheme, and has really 
given us not so much a history of Italy and the Teutonic 
nations that invaded her as a series ot pictures fiom the 
fourth and fifth centuries. . The book is one ol great 
and micommon merits . . There is a freshness and heart- 
iness about it which makes it pleasant reading from the 
first page to the last The authoi has lived so long among 
the men oi whom he writes that they ha\ e become quite 
real and living to him, and his interest communicates 
itself to his readers . His style is always simple, lively, 
graphic ; and if his treatment, and the occasional reflec- 
tions or illustrations which lie throws m, become occasion- 
ally somewhat more familiar than the last generation 
would have thought compatible with the dignity of his- 
tory, this is, after all, an error on the right side, an error 
which one is disposed to praise when the subject is so re- 
mote and little know n that a dry and pragmatic handling 
of it is more than usually certain to repel most people 
... It is long since we have come across a book moie 
likely to make history popular by true and honest methods." 
Sat. Rev , 1 211. 

Vols. m. and iv., The Ostrogothic Invasion; the Im- 
perial Restoration, 1885. 

' Mr Hodgkin has a story to tell which is in all ways 
one of the most fascinating which history affords ... He 
has an excellent author to expound in Procopms, ' De Bello 
Gothico,' and he spares no pains to extract his author's 
meaning Mr. Hodgkin has clearly rambled, with las 
Procopius in his hand, along the whole line of the march 
of Behsarius. He has identified all the places which Pro- 
copius mentions; he has examined every battle- field. . . 
His account ot the glories of ancient Rome is the most 
vivid and the most intelligible that we have ever read. 
Not only does he reproduce the Forum and the Capitol, 
but the walls, the gates, and the aqueducts are made the 
subjects of animated description," Sat. Rev , Ix. f>79. 

'His standard of historical performance has steadily 
risen as he has gone forward with his task; he has learnt 
how to mass and group his subj'ect, how to handle his ma- 
terials to the best advantage, and how to restrain some of 
that tendency to rash analogy and picturesque comparison 
which is one of the greatest snares of the historian. . . . 
The book . . . has not quite the grip of the great histo- 
rians, but Mr. Hodgkin has industry, imagination, and an 
attractive styIe."-v<4JA , No. 3024 

* ( They tell once more those stories the centres of which 
are Theodorte and Totila, Behsarius and Narses, and than 


these the history of the world presents none more roman- 
tic . Mr Hodgkin's style is admirably suited to do jus- 
tice to his present narratix e " Spectator,']!*. 17 

3. The Letters of Cassiodorus : being a Condensed 
Translation of the Variaa Epistolse of Magnus Auiehus 
Cassiodorus, Senator: with an Introduction, Lon., 1 886, 

" An excellent contribution to the interpretation of an 
author whose historical value is out of all proportion 10 
his very limited degree ot literary merit." Ath , No 3068. 

Hodgkinsoit, Fl 01 eiice. Little Means and Large 
He* i to, Lon, 1876, 16ino. 

Hodgkinson, W. R., F.I C., professor of chem- 
istry and phxsics at the Royal Military Academy. 
With CHAPMAN, H. M., (ed.) Valentin's, Qualitative 
Analysis, Lon , 1880, Svo ; new ed., 1 888. With GRBKN- 
A\VAV, A. J M (trans.) Short Text-Book of Inorganic 
Chemistry, by Adolph Strecker and J. Wichcenus: with 
Extensive A hlitions, Lon., 1881, Svo. 

Hodgmaii, Hev. Stephen A. The Nation's Sin 
and Punishment; or, The Hand of God visible m the 
Overt hi ow of Slavery. By a Chaplain ot the United 
States Army. N. York, 1864. 

Hodgson, Brian Ho ugh ton, F.R.S., corre- 
sponding member oi the P'rench Institute; chevalier cf 
the Legion of Honor, member of the Asiatic Societies of 
Bengal and London; British iCMdent for about twenty 
yeais at the court ot Nepil He edited and translated 
some Sanskrit works, published at Calcutta, and contrib- 
uted many papeis to the Journal of the Asiatic Society 
of Bengal. 1. Ed-ays on tlie Languages, Literature, 
and Religion of Nepal and Thibet: together with further 
Papers on the Geography, Ethnology, and Commerce of 
those Countries, Lon., 1874, Svo 

" The work is, of course, one which appeals more to the 
student than to the general reader , but whilst no one in- 
terested m Tibet and Nepaul should be without Mr Hodg- 
son's * Essays,' any casual reader who may turn to the 
second part of his volume will find general information 
conveyed in a pleasant style "Ath , No 2454 

2. Miscellaneous Essays relating to Indian Subjects, 
Lon , 1880, 2 vols. Svo. 

" Every chapter relates more or less to philological sub- 
jects and to philological studies; and many of them aie 
ab&truse essays, or most valuable critical contributions to 
the comparative philology or the comparative grammar 
of some of the least known of the Oriental languages." 
Spectator, liv. 289 

" This is a remarkable volume of the collective essays 
of a remarkable man, who in green old age is still among 
us, though some of his writings date back to a period when 
men of sixty were still boys at school; and these Essays 
register the high-water mark of a particular branch of 
linguistic knowledge which up to tins date has never been 
exceeded." ROBERT CUST. Acad, xvu. 867 

Hodgson, Mrs. C. Hauler. A Day of Life, 
Lon., 1887, p. Svo. 

Hodgson, Rev. Charles, rector of Barton-le- 
Street. 1. A Missionary Portfolio for the Young, Lon., 
1864, 12mo. 2. Memoiial Volume of the Late Charles 
Hodgson : with a Biographical Preface by Rev. <*. T. 
Fox, Lon., 1872. p. Svo 

Hodgson, Christopher Pemberton, 1821-1865, 
travelled extensively, and held several consulates. 1. 
Reminiscences of Australia: with Hints on the Squat- 
ter's Lite, Lon,, 1846, p. 8vo, 2. The Wanderer : a Poem, 
Lon., 1849, 8vo. 3. El Ydaivur: a Book of Eastern 
Travel, Lon., 1849, 12mo 4. Pyrenaaca; or, A Hi^ory 
of the Viscounts of Beam to the Death of Henry IV. : 
with the Life of that Monarch, Lon., 1855, 12mo. 5. A 
Residence at Nagasaki and Hakodate in 1859-60 : with a 
Series of Letters on Japan by his Wife, Lon., 1861, cr. Svo. 

Hodgson, D. S. Lucknow: General Views and 
Special Points of Interest, Lon., 1860, fol. 

Hodgson, Decunus, M.D., formerly demonstrator 
of anatomy in the University of G-laagow, The Prostate 
Gland and its Enlargement, Lon., 1856, r. Svo. 

Hodgson, Hon. Elizabeth* Chequered Shade : 
a Tale, Lon , 1870, p. Svo. 

Hodgson, Ellen* Kate's Mother, Lon., 1885, p. 

Hodgson, Francis Cotterell. British Influ- 
ence in India: nn Essay on the Influence whieh the 
British Government has exercised on the Material Pios 
perity of that Country, (Le Baa Prize Essay,} Lon,, 1863 
j>, Svo. * 

Hodgson, Frederick T. 1. The Carpenter's Steel 
Square nd its Uses, N. York, 1880, I2mo. 2. The 
Mechanic's Slide Rule, and bow to use it* (* Work Man- 
uals,") N. York, 1881, I2nw. 3* Handsaws: their Use, 
Care, and Abuse 5 how to select and how to file them, 


N. York, 1S83, 12mo. 4. Stair-Building Made Easy, X. 
York, 1884, 12mo. 

Hodgson, Henry John, Fellow of Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge. Lusus Interciai : Verses, Original and 
Translated, Lon., 1883, p. Svo. 

Hodgson, James M. 1. The Bibles of other Na- 
in* : being Selections from the Scripture* of the Chinese, 
Hindoos, &e. : with an Introduction to the Ethnic Scrip- 
tures to which is added the Tedching of the Twelve 
Apostles and Selections from the Talmud and Apocry- 
phal Gospels, Manchester, 1885, Svo. 2. Philosophy 
and Faith: a Plea for Aguoaic Belief, Manchester. 
1885, Svo. 

Hodgson, Rev. James Thomas, M.A., 1846- 
1880, son ot Rev. Fraucis Hodgson, provost of Eton, 
(q t?., ante, vol. i. j) graduated at University College, 
Oxford, 1869; assistant master in the Charterhouse 
School from 1872 Memoir of the Rev. Francis Hodg- 
son. B.D , Scholar, Poet, and Divine: with Numerous 
Letters from Lord Byron and others, Lon., 1878, 2 
vols Svo. 

The memoir . . . tells itself m letters, of which there 
is a rich collection . . If ... there has been any one 
acquainted with the evidence hitherto published who has 

. ___ long series of confid 

and unaffected letters to Mr. Hodgson printed in these 
volume*." Ath , No '2666 

Hodgson, Jane Ann. A Leaf in the Current, 
Lon M 1874, 12mo. 

Hodgson, Rev. John, vicar of St. Peter's, Isle of 
Thanet. " Behold your God !" and Christianity in Him 
to be received by Faith upon Principles of Reason, Lon., 
1866, p. Svo. 

Hodgson, John Evans, B.A., lecturer and libra- 
rian to the Royal Academy. 1. Academy Lectures, Lon., 

1884, p. Svo. 

" He has endeavoured to trace the causes of the artistic 
ideals oi various peoples and times, the conditions under 
which, artists have produced their work, and the atmos- 
phere, intellectual and spiritual, political and social, by 
which they were surrounded. ... He has, in a word, 
treated the art-student as a being who thinks before he 
paints, and wishes to learn the history of his profession, 
and to profit by the warnings of centuries*. Such enlight- 
enment as may be gained by a thorough mastery of these 
lectures has probably never been, so easily attainable by 
any art-student in any age. "COSMO MONKHOUBE : Acad . 
xxvi. 111. 

2. Fifty Years of British Art, as Illustrated by the 
Pictuteb and Drawings in the Manchester Exhibition, 
18S7, Manchester, 1887, Svo. 

Hodgson, John Studholme. Musings on Mili- 
tary Matters, and Desultory Reflections, Meerut, 1851, 
Svo ; new ed M entitled '* Opinions on the Indian Army," 
Lon., 1857, p. Svo. 

Hodgson, Joseph, of Mobile. The Cradle of the 
Coniedeiacy ; or, The Times oi Troup, Quitman, and 
Yaneey : a Sketch ot Southwestern Political Histoiy 
from the Formation of the Federal Government to A.l>. 
1861, Mobile and Gin., 1876, Svo. 

" A valuable contribution to the history of the doctrine 
of secession " Nation, xxx. 142. 

Hodgson, Mrs. May. 1. Sister Clarice: an Old 
Maul's Story, Lon , 1883. p Svo. 2. Or Black or White, 
and A Reminiscence of Spain : Novelettes, Lon., 1884, 
12mo. 3, Siegfried's Crown : a Tale of Artist Life, Lon., 

1885, p. Svo. 4. A Day of Life, [a novel,] Lon., 1887, 
p. Svo. 

Hodgson, R. R. Chemistry of the Mine; or, The 
Miner's Pocket-Companion. Illu^t. Lon., 1881, Svo. 

Hodgson, Shad worth Ho 11 way, M.A., LL.D., 
Vi. 18&J, ait Boston. Lmcolm-hire ; educated at Rugby, 
where he gained the English Verse prize for a poem on 
the Death of Moses, 1850, and at Corpus Christi College, 
Oxford, where he graduated 1854. He is an honorary 
Fellow of Corpus Christi College, and president of tlie 
Aristotelian Society for the Systematic Study of Philos- 
ophy. 1. Time and Space : a Metaphysical Essay, Lon., 
1865, p. Svo. 2. Principles of Reform in the Suffrage, 
Lon., 1866, p. Svo. 8. The Theory of Practice : an 
Ethical Inquiry, in Two Books, Lon., 1870, 2 vols. Svo. 

44 In Mr- Shad worth Hodgson we recognize unmistakably 
a true metaphysical gealus." Sat. Rea , xxx. 495. 

4. The Philosophy of Reflection, Lon , 187$, 2 vols. Svo, 

" We are not speaking in haste, and we do not think we 
are speaking without sufficient reasons, when we say that 
this is the most important contribution to British philos- 
ophy since Ferrier. ... He has made the book much 
harder reading than it ought to be, so much so that we 


fear a good many of the readers who might derive most 
prott from it will be repelled by the exceb&ive dimcutoy of 
the fatyle . Mr. Hodgson announces his aim to b<i the 
continuation oi the critical or analyzing part of Kant's 
work, with a view to lay foundations on which philos- 
ophy may securely build hereafter." Sat. lte, xlvi. 279, 

5. Outcast Essays and Verse Translations. Lon., 1881, 
cr. Svo. (The Essays are termed Outcast" because they 
had been rejected by magazine editors. Five of theui 
are on Be Quincey, one on the Supernatural in l.nglish 
Poetry, one on the True Symbol of Christian Union, 
and one on English Verse.) 

* The book contains not a little careful thinking " Spec- 
tator, lv 427 . 

6 The Kelation of Philosophy to Science, Physical 
and Psychological : an Addret-s, Lon,, 1884, Svo. 7. Phi- 
losophy and Experience* an Address, Lon., 18S5, 8vo. 
S. The Reorganization of Philosophy : an Addrebs, Lon., 

1886, 8vo. 9. The Unseen World: tin Address, Lou., 

1887, STO. 

Hodgson, William , [ante, vol. i., third of the 
mine there mentioned, add.] 1. The Live*, Sentiments, 
anl Sufferings of some of the Reformers and Martyrs 
before, since, and independent of the Lutheran Ketor- 
mation, Phila, 1868, J2mo. 2. The Society of Fnends 
in the Nineteenth Century : a Historical View of the 
Successive Convulsions and Schisms therein during that 
Period, Phila., 1875, Svo. 

Hodgson, William, of the Fifeshire Journal. 
Sketches: Personal and Pensive, Bdin., 1884, p. Svo. 

Hodgson, William Ballantyne, LL.D., 1815- 
3880, b. in Edinburgh, and educated at the High School 
and University of that city; was connected with the 
Liverpool Institute from 1839 to 1847, first ns secretary 
and afterwards as principal. From 1847 to 1851 he was 
principal of the Chorlton High School, Manchester. 
After residing for some time on the Contimnt and in 
London, wheie he was connecred with the School Com- 
mt-sion, he was elected in 1871 professor of commercial 
and political economy and mercantile law in the Univer- 
Mty of Edinburgh. For biog., see MEIKLEJOHN, J. M. D., 
and WOODWARD, E., infra. I. "Classical" Instruction 
its Use and Abuse, Lon., 1854, 12rno. Anon. 2. Two Lec- 
tures on Conditions of Health and Wealth Educationally 
considered, Edin., I860, p. 8vo. 3. The Education of Giils 
und the Employment of Women of the Upper Classes 
Educationally considered: Two Lectures; 2d ed., Lon., 
1869, p. 8vo. 4. (Trans.) Thoughts on Ii eland, by 
Count Cavour. Lon,, 1869, p. Svo. 5. Turgot. his 
Life, Times, and Opinions: Two Lectures, Lon., 1870, 
p. Svo. 6. Enors in the Use of English, Edm., 1881, 
cr. Svo. Posth. 

" Its chief use will be in very distinctly proving with 
what wonderful carelessness or inconipetency the English 
language is generally written For the examples of error 
here brought together are not picked from obscure or in- 
ferior writings. Among the grammatical tanners whose 
trespasses are here recorded appear many of our be&t- 
known authors and publications." Acad , xx. 449 

Hodgson, William Earl. 1. (Ed.) Christmas 
Gleams, Glasgow, 1884. 8vo. 2. Unrest j or, The Newer 
Republic, Lon,, 1887, or. Svo. 

Ho els on, Rev* (George Hewitt, M.A., graduated 
at Trinity College, Cambiidge, 1847, elected Fellow; 
ordained 1843; vic#r of Enfield, dioce&e of London, 
since 1870. (Ed ) Twelve Years of a, Soldier's Life in 
India: being Extracts from the Letters of the Late 
Major W. S. R. Hodson, Commandant of "Hod&on's 
Horse :" including a Personal Narrative of the Siege of 
Delhi and Capture of the King and Princes, Lon , 1859, 
cr. Svo; 4th ed., with a Vindication from the Attack of 
Mr Bosworth Smith, 1883. 

" While it contains much indispensable material, it is 
perhaps needless now to say that on most of the matters 
in regard to Hudson's character which had been impugned, 
both irom what it says and what it leaves unsaid, its author- 
ity is next to worthless "T. R. fi. HOLMES: four Fanuws 
Soldiers, 226. 

Hodson, James Shirley* An Historical and 
Practical Guide to Art Illustration, in Connection with 
Books, Periodicals, and General Decoration, Lon , 1884, 

Hodson, Richard Edmond. Essay on the For- 
mation and Management of Plantation*, Lou., 1S85, Svo. 

Hodson, Richard 6. (Ed.) Dialogue* in Canar- 
e&. By Mwsbi Shranivasiah. With an English Trans- 
lation* I8fr5, 18mo. 

Hodson, KeF* Thomas, Wesleyan missionary. 
T. >An Elementary Grammar of the Kannada or Canarese 
, Bangalore, 1864, Svo. 2. " Old Daniel f or, 


Memoir of a Converted Hindoo. Illust. Lon., 1S77, p. 
Svo; new ed., 1884. 

Hoe, Robert. A Lecture on Bookbinding as a 
Fine Art: delivered before the Grolier Club, February 
26.1885. Illust. N. York, 1886, sq. Svo. 

Hoe, William. 1. The Shakspere Treasury of 
Subject Quotations, Lon., 1862, fp. Svo. 2. Fire Sta- 
tistics of the Trades of London, 1864, Lon , 1866, fol. 
3. The New Testament Says, Lon., 1878, Svo. 4. A 
Dictionary of the Fiddle and other Stringed Instru- 
ments played with the Bow, Lon., 1S85, 8\o. 5. (Ed ) 
English Artists of the Day: a Technical Dictionary, 
Lon., 1888, Svo. 

Hoeber, E. W. (Trans.) Corpulence and its 
Treatment on Pin siological Principles, by W. Ebstem, 
N.York, 1884, 16mo 

Hocriile, Rev. Augustus Frederick Rudolf, 
graduated at the C Lurch Mie-sion College at Islington 
186L; ordained 1864, principal oi the Cathedral Mission 
College at Calcutta since 1875. 1. A Cornpaiative 
Grammar of the Gaudian Languages: with Special Ref- 
erence to the Eastern Hindi, Lon., 3880. 8vo. 

"By 'Gaudian' are meant what Mr Beames calls the 
modern Aryan languages of India . . the work . . 
contains an extraordinary amount of information com- 
pressed into a comparati\ely &mall volume " Acad., xvn. 

2. (Ed ) The Prdkntalakshanam or Chnnda's Gram- 
mar, Calcutta, 1880, Svo. 3. (Ed.) The Ihasagadnsao: 
with an English Translation, Calcutta, 1885, Svo. With 
GRIERSON, G. A., A Comparative Dictionary of the 
Bihari Language. Patt I. Lon , 1885, Svo 

Hoernle, Rev. John Frederick David, edu- 
cated at the Lmvertity of Basle j ordained 1868, vicar 
of Holm wood, Surrey, since 1878. Memoir of Christian 
Theophilus Hoernle- compiled from his Diaries and 
other Papers : with a Preface by Sir W. Muir, Dorking, 
1884, p. Svo 

Hoey, A. E. B. Dedicated : a Tale, Lon., 1882, 
p. 8vo. 

Hoey, Mr. Frances Sarah, b. 1830, at Bushy 
Park, County Dublin, Ireland ; daughter of C. J3. Johns- 
ton ; married, 1846, to A. M. Stewart, and secondly, 
1858, to John Cashel Hoey. She is a constant contnbu- 
tor to periodical literature, writing criticism and fiction, 
and has translated a large number of works from the 
French and Italian. 1. A House of Cards: a Novel, 
Lon., 1868, 3 vols. p. 8\o. 2. Falsely True: a Novel, 
Lon., 1870, 3 vols. p. Svo. 3 (Trans ) The Outbreak of 
the French Revolution; from the French of Eickmann- 
Chatrian, Lon., 1871, p. Svo. 4. A Golden Sorrow, Lon,, 
1 872, 3 vols. p. Svo j new ed., 3 880. 5. Buried in the Deep, 
and other Tales; new ed., Lon., 1873, 12mo. 6. (Trans.) 
The Fajoum; fiom the French of P. Lenoir, Lon., 1873, 
p. Svo. 7. JSazaieth * with a Preface by W. Humphrey, 
Lon., 1873, 12mo. 8. (Trans.) Thorvalsden : his Life 
and Works, by E. Plon. Illust. Lon.. 1873, r. Svo. 9. 
(Tians.) Sahara and Lapland: Travels, by E. Goblet, 
Count d'Alviella, Lon., Ib73, p. Svo. 10. (Trans.) Japan 
and the Japanese, by Aitne" Humbert, Lon., 1873 j new 
ed., 1876, 4to. 11. Out of Court, Lon., 1874, 3 vols. p. 
Svo. 12. The Blossoming of an Aloe, Lon., 1874, 3 
vols. , new ed., 1880, 1 vol. 12mo 13. No Sign, and other 
Tales, Lon., 1876; new ed., 1880, 12mo. 14. (Trans.) 
Camille Desmouhns and his Wife, by J. Claretie, Lon., 
1876, Svo. 15. Griffith's Double, Lon., 1876, 3 vols. cr. 
Svo. 36. (Trans.) Life of Madnme de La Rochefou- 
cauld, Lon., 1S78, p. Svo. 17. All or Nothing, Lon., 
1879, 3 vols, cr. Svo. 18. (Trans ) The Heait of Hoi- 
land, by Henry Havard. Illust. Lon., 1880, Svo. 19. 
(Trans,) The Clients of Doctor Bernagiusj fiom the 
French of Lucien Biart, Lon., 1881, Svo. 20. (Tians.) 
What might have been; from the Fieneh, Lon,, 1SS1, 
cr. Svo. 21. The Question of Cam, Lon., 1882, 3 vols. 
cr. Svo. 22. The Lover's Creed, Lon , 1884, 3 vols. p. 
Svo. 23 (Trans.) 1794: a Tale of the Terror; fiom 
tbe French of M. C. d'HeMcault, Lon., 1884, p. Svo. 
24. (Trans.) The Cat, Pas-t and Present; fiom the 
French of M. Chiunpfleury ; with Supplementary Notes 
and Numerous Illustrations, Lon , 1885, p, Svo. 25. A 
Stern Chase: a Novel, in Three Parts, Lon,, 1886, 3 vols. 
cr_8vo. n. (Trans) Shelley: the Man and the Poet; 
from the French of Felix Ra-bbe, Lon., 1888. 32mo. 27. 
(Trans.) Dr. Rameau: a Novel, by George Ohnets, Lon., 
1888, cr. Svo. With Lituis, JOHN: I. (Trans.) An In- 
voluntary Voyage j from the French of Luoien Biart, 
Lon. y 1879, p. Svo. 2. (Trans.) Memoirs of Madame 
de RSmusat, 1802-8: vols. i. and iu, Lon., 1880, Svo. 



3. (Trans ) A Selection from the Letters of Madame de 
Remutfar, Lon., 1881, Svo. 4. (Trans.) Memoirs of Andre" 
F. de Miot, Comte de Melito. Edited by Gen. Fleisch- 
ninn Lon , 1881, 2 vols. Svo. 5. (Trans.) History of 
Fashion in France : or, Dres-s of Women from the Grallo- 
Roinan Period to the Present Time, by Augustin Challa- 
inel. Illust. Lon., 1882, imp. Svo. 6. (Tran>.) Fred- 
eiick the Great and Maria Theresa; from the French 
of the Dae de Broghe, Lon., 18S3, Svo. 7. (Trans ) The 
Startling Exploits of Dr J. B. Quies; from the Prench 
of Paul Cehere?. IHuvt. Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 

Hoey, J. O'Reilly. Sir Hervey's Bride, and 
other Poems, Lon., 1882, p. Svo. 

Hoey, William, M.A., D. Litt., of the Bengal civil 
service. 1. A Monograph on Trade and Manufactures 
in Northern India, Lucknow, 1880, 4to 2. (Trans.) 
Buddha : his Life, his Doctrine, his Order, by Dr. Her- 
mann Oldenberg, Lon., 1883, Svo. 

Hoff, William Bainbridge, Examples, Con- 
clusions, and Maxims of Modem .Naval Tactics, Ports- 
mouth, 1885, Svo. 

Hoffert, H Guide to the Sewage Question for 
1876, treated from a Sanitary, Economical, and Agricul- 
tural Point of View, Weymouth, 1875, Svo. 

Hoffman, Annie E. (Ed) Sparkling Spray of 
Fact and Fiction: an Entertaining Miscellany. Lon., 
1883, Svo. 

Hoffman, Arthur A. Could he do better? [a 
novel,] Lon , 1S&7, 3 vols. or. Svo* 

Hoffman, Rev, Charles Frederick, D.D , 
rector ot All Angels' Church, New York City. 1. AH 
the Week through : Hymns, Bible-Readings, and Prayers 
for Families, N.York, 1878, 12mo. 2. Days and Nights 
with Jesus j or, Words for the Faithful, N. York, 1883, 
16 mo. 

Hoffman, David Bancroft, M.D , b. 1827, at 
Bainbridge, Chenango Co., N.Y. ; settled in San Diego, 
Cal , and has held political and commercial positions 
there. Medical History of San Diego County, California, 
San Fran., 1864. 

Hoffman, Hev. Eugene Augustus, D.D., dean 
of the General Theological Seminary, New York City. 
Eucharistic Week, N. York, 1870, 32rno. 

Hoffman, John Thompson, b. 1828, at Sing 
Sing, N.Y. j graduated at Union College 1846 ; admitted 
to the bar 1849; elected governor of New York 1868 
and 1870. The Public Papers of Governor Hoffman, 
Albany, 1872, Svo. 

Hoffman, Mrs. Mary Jane. 1. Agnes Hilton; 
or, Practical Views of Catholicity, N.York, 1S64, 12mo. 
2. Alice Murray: a Tale, N. York, 1869. 12mo. 3. 
Felix Kent; or, The New Neighbors, N.York, 1870, 
12mo. 4. The Orphan Sisters, 12ino. 5. Aunt Olive: 
her Hidden Past, 1882, 12ino. 

Hoffman, Murray, [ante, vol. i., add.,] 1791-1878, 
judge of the Superior Court in New York 1853-61. 1. 
A Letter to the Clergy and Laity of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church in the Diocese of New York. By 
Pacificator. N, York. 1850. 2. Provisional Remedies 
of the [New York] Code of Procedure, 1862, Svo. 3. 
Treatise upon the Estate and Rights of the Corporation 
of the City of New York, N. York, 1862, 2 vols. Svo. 

4. Digest of the Statutes and Decisions relating to the 
Board of Supervisors of the County of New York, 1866. 

5. A Digest of the Charters, Statutes, and Ordinanci s 
of and relating to the Corporation of the City of New 
York, N. York. Is66 f 2 vols Svo. 6. Ecclesiastical Law 
of the State of New York, N. York, 1 868, 8vo. 7. Ritual 
Law of the Gh<ur0fa : with us Application to Communion 
and Baptismal Offices. N. York, 1S72. Svo. 8. Law and 
Practice as to References and Powers and Duties of 
Referees. N. York, 187o, Svo. 

Hoffman, Wickham, b. 1821, in New York City; 
son of Murray Hoffman, supra / graduated at Harvard 
1841 j served in the civil war ; secretary of legation at 
London 1874, and U S. minister to Denmark 1883-S5. 
K Camp, Court, and Sieg'e: a Narrative of Persdnal 
Advenmre and Observation tfurrog Two Wars, 1861- 
1865, 1870-1871, Lon.. 1877. { 

"It is written apparently -with perfect frankness, aM its 
author a$peam to m gif ted with an eX^elleW memory, as 
well as with a considerable sense of hunanr, . . . Colonel 
Hoffman's accounts of what passed behind the scenes 
strongly reeomnien<f. themselves to our sense of the prob- 
abilities, while in' recalling atfd tellftig a good story he 
never seems to mis* tne pom" Sat $&)*, xlrv. 2i$, 

" Mr. HoffloaaR tos not contributed nmeb to the history 

of our own war, but what he has to say about the sie ( 
Pans aud the Commune is valuable " Nation, xxv. i 

3 of 

2. Leisure Hours in Russia, Lon., 1883, Svo. 

Hoffmann, Frederick, Ph D., public analyst to 
the State oi New York, and Power, Frederick B*, 
Ph.D. A Manual of Chemical Analysis as applied to 
the Examination of Medical Chemicals, N. York, 1873, 
" <>; 3ded., Phila., 1883. 

Hoffmann, Frederick August. 1. " Voice" and 
the Art of Singing : with Rules for the Cultivation of 
the Voice, Lon., 1878, 24rno. 2. Pot try: its Origin, 
Nature, and History, Lon., 1884, 2 vols. Svo. 3. Rea- 
sons in Rhyme for Voting Conservative- with Notes, 
Manchester, 1S85, 12mo. 4. A Catechism of Politics, for 
the Use of the New Electorate, Lon., 1885, 12mo. 5. 
Tact : a Novel : based upon the Eai lier Part of George 
Eliot's "Silas Marner," Lon , 18S7, 3 vols. cr. Svo. 

" Hoffmann, Professor," (Pseud.) See LEWIS, 
ANGBLO J., infra. 

Hoffmann, U. J. The Science of the Mind applied 
to Teaching, N. York, 1885, Svo. 

Hoffmann, William. The Monitor; or, Jottings 
of a New York Merchant during a Trip round the Globe, 
N. York, 1863, 12mo. 

Hofmann, August Wilhelm, [ante, vol. i., add.,] 
b. 1818, at Giessen, Germany : professor of chemistry in 
London 1845-64, in Bonn 1863-65, and afterwards in 
Berlin. 1. On Ammonia and its Derivatives : a Lecture, 
Lon., 1S5'J, Svo. 2. Introduction to Modern Chemistry, 
Experimental and Theoretic : embodying Twelve Lect- 
ures delivered in the Royal College of Chemistry, Lon- 
don, Lon., 1865, p. Svo. 3. The Life- Work of Liebig 
in Chemistry, (Faraday Lecture,) Lon., 1876, Svo. 

Hogan, Arthur Itiky. The Spirit Scenes of the 
Bible and the Life to Come. Lon., 1877. 12mo , new ed., 

Hogan, Rev. Edmund, S. J. 1. { Ed.) The History 
of the Wars of Ireland from 1641 to 1653. By a British 
Officer of the Regiment of Sir John Clottworthy. With 
Preface, Notes, and Appendix. Dublin, 3873, Svo. 2. 
(Ed.) Ibernia Ignatiana, seu tbernoruin Societatis Jesu 
Patium Monuuienta: torn, i., Dublin, 1880, 4to. 

Hogan, James Francis. 1. An Australian 
Christmas Collection: Stories, Sketches, Essays, Mel- 
bourne, 1886, Svo. 2. The Irish in Australia, Lon., 1887, 
Svoj 3ded., 1S8S. 

Hogan, John, b. 1S05, at Mallow, Ireland; re- 
moved to the United States 18 17; settled in St. Louis as 
a merchant and banker in 1 S45, and was elected to Con- 
gress in 1864. 1. Thoughts about St. Louis, St. Louis, 
1857. 2. The Resources of Missouri, 1858. 3. Sketches 
of Early Western Pioneers, 1859. 4. History of Western 
Methodism, 1860. 

Hogan, Katherine E. Popular Mineralogy and 
Geology: prepared from the Latest and Best Authorities 
in Europe and America. Illust. N. York, 1887, 12mo. 

Hogan, Michael* Lays and Legends of Thomond : 
vol. i., Limerick, 1865, 12mo; new ed., Dublin, 1880, 
p Svo. 

Hogarth, George, [ante, vol. i., add.,] 1783-1870. 
The Philharmonic Soenty of London from its Founda- 
tion, 1813, to its Fiftieth Year, 1862, Lon., 1862, 

Hogbin, Alfred C. ELsa: a Romance, Phila., 
1879, 12mo. 

Hoge, JUrs* A. H The Boys in Bluej or, Heroes 
of the " Rank and File/' IHust. N. York, 1867, Svo. 

Hoge, Rev. William James, 1S21-I864, b. near 
Hampden -Sidney College, Va, ; licensed to preach 1850; 
appointed professor of Biblical New Testament literature 
in Union Theological Seminary 1856. On the outbreak 
of the civil war he returned to the South. 1. Blind 
Bartimeus; or, Tbe Story of a Sightless Sinner and his 
Great Physician. N. York, 1858 j new ed., Lon., 1881. 
2* Sketch <i>f D. C. Harrison, Lon., 1863, 16mo. 

Hogg, David. 1. Life aud Times of the Rev. J. 
Wightman, 1762-1847, Lon., 1872, p. Svo. 2. The Life 
of Allan Cunningham : with Selections from his Works 
and Correspondence, Dumfries, 1 S75, p. Svo. 

Hogg, Francis Rofeepts, M.D., surgeon-major. 
1. Sick Children: a Le^rana, 1$72, LOB., 1872, Svo. 2. 
Marriage in the Army Medically considered, Lon., 1873, 
8V'Q. 3. PraefcJeal Remarks, chiefly concerning the 
Health, and Ailments of European Families in India 
Benares, 1877, Svo. 4 Indian Notes, Lon., 1880, p. Svo. 

Hogg, George Crawford* Mounted Infantry, 
an Essay; 2d ed v Bombay, 1875, Svo. 


Hogg, Henry, 1831-1874. 1. Poem?, Lon., 1852, 
12mo. 2. Songs for the Tunes. Lon., 1856, 12mo. 

Hogg, Jabez, M.R.C S., [ante, vol. i., add.,] Fel- 
low of the Roy.U Microscopical Society, nrst president 
of the Medical Microscopical Society, London, <fce. j con- 
sulting surgeon to the Royal Westminster Ophthalmic 
Hospital, &c. His contributions to the Lancet and other 
medical journals are very numerous. 1. A Manual of 
Ophthalmoscopic Surgery, Lon., 1863, Svo. 2. Cataract 
and its Treatment, Medical and Surgical, Lon., 1869, 
Svo. 8. Skin Diseases: an Inquiry into their Parasitic 
Origin and Connection with Eye- Affections, Lon , 1873, 

g, Svo ; 2d ed., entitled " A Parasitic or Gerin Theory of 
iseases," <fcc., 1876, 12mo. 4. Impairment or Loss 
of Vision from Spinal Concussion or Shock, Lon., 1876, 
Svo. 5. The Cure of Cataract and other Eye- Affections, 
Lon., 1877, Svo; 3d e<l , 1885, new ed., 1888. 

Hogg, James, publisher , editor ot English Society 
and other periodicals. 1, (Ed.) Men who have Riheu, 
Lon , 1S59, p. Svo 2. Brave Men's Footsteps, Lon , 
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Hogg, John, publisher. The Clan Campbell and 
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Holabird, Brig.-Geii. Samuel B., U.SA., b. 
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"Holbeach, Henry," (Pseud.) See KANDS, 

Holberton, Wakeman. The Art of Angling: 
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Holbrey, Joseph. Value: its Nature, 



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Holbrook, Alfred, b. 1816, at Deiby, Conn.j 
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Holbrook, Edwin A. The Light of Prophecy ; 
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HoJbrook, R. Heber. Outlines of United States 
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Hoi comb, Mrs. Helen H. Bits about India. 
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Holcomb, Thomas A. E. and Martha A* 
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Holcombe, James Philemon, [ante, vol. i, 
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Holcombe, William Frederick, M.D ,b. 1827, 
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Holden, Rev. George, M.A., [onto, vol. i , add.,] 
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Holden, George Henry. Canaries and Cage- Col. Plates and Illust. Lon , 1883. 

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Holden, J. W. A Wizard's Wanderings from 
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Holden, James. Poetic Zephyrs, Bury, 1866, p. 
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Holden, Luther, F.R.C.S , [ante, vol. i., add.] 1. 
Landmarks, Medical and Surgical, Lon., 1876, Svo ; 4th 
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Holden, Luther L., ("Rambler," pseud,) 1. 
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Holden 9 R. 9 of Dorchester. Eternal Life, as man- 
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Holden, S. The Heap of Stones, [verse.] Lon., 
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Holden, Warren* Fourteen Sonnets, Phila., 

Holden, Rev. William Clifford, [ante, vol. i., 
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Holder, Charles Frederick, b. 1851, at Lynn, 
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Holdich, Catherine* Wothorpe-by-Stamford : a 
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Holdich, Kev, Charles Walter, M.A., gradu- 
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Holding, Carlisle B. " Cash f or, Numher 19 : 
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Holding, Rev. John, M.A., educated at Queen's 
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Lode, Cainbridgeshiie, since 1882. 1. Cardinal Man- 
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Holding, Thomas Hiram* Watery Wanderings 
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Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 

"Holdreth, Lionel H.," (Pseud.) See GREG, 
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Holdsworth, Joseph. 1. Geology, Minerals, 
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1857, p. Svo. 2. The Dewdrop and its Wondrous Mis- 
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Holdsworth, Philip J,, of New South Wales. 
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Holdsworth, William Andrews, called to the 
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p. Svo; new ed., 1883. 16. The Weights and Measures 
Act, 1878: with Note?, Lon. 1879, 12mo. 17. The New 
Reform Act r with Notes and Inde$, Lon., 1885, 12mo. 

Hole, Rev. Charles, graduated at Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, 1846; ordained 1846 j lecturer in ec- 
clesiastical history in King's College, London, since 
1879. 1. A Brief Biographical Dictionary, Lon., 1865, 
fp. ; Amer. ed., with Additions and Corrections by W. A. 
Wheeler, Bosk, 1869, 12ino. 2. Occasional Papers on 
Subjects of Contemporary Interest, Lon., 1870, Svo. 3. 
Retrospective View of the Church of England, Lon.. 1870, 
Svo. 4. (Ed.) The Practical Moral Lesson Book: em- 
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Chuich, Lon , 1874, Svo 7, The Young Cbribtian 
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Principles of the English Church a New Apology for 
the Church of Lngland a Series of Letters, Lon , 1877, 
p Svo. 10 Manual of the Book oi Common Prater 
its History, &Q , Lon , 1886, 12wo 11 Early Missions 
to and within the British Islands, Lon, 1888, 12rno 
With DIXOM, R W , and LLOTD, J , Three Essays on the 
Established Church, Lon , 1874, Svo 

Hole, James. 1 Lectures on Social Science and 
the Organization of Labour, Lon , 1851, Svo 2 An 
Ess<iy on the History of Literary, Scientific, and Me- 
chanics' Institutes, Lon , 18oJ S\ o. 3 " Light, More 
Light f " on the Present State of Education amougst the 
"Working- Chases of Leeds, Lon , I860, fp Svo, new ed*, 
1863 4. The Homes of the Working-Classes with 
Suggestions for their Improvement, Lon , 1866, Svo 

Hole, Very Kev. Samuel Reynolds, HA, 
I) D , graduated at Biasenose College, Oxford, 1844, 
ordamed 1S44 chaplain to the Archbishop of Canter- 
bury smce 1883, dean of Rochester since 1S37. 1 A 
Little Tour in Ireland bemg a Visit to Dublin, Galway, 
Connemara, Athlone, Limerick, Killirney, GUeng in iff, 
Cork, <fcc By an Oxonian With Illustiations by John 
Leech. Lon , 1859, 8vo Anon. New ed,, 1S78. 2 A 
Book about Roses How to Grow and Show them, Edin 
and Lon., 1869, Svo, 8th ed , 1SS4. 3 The Six of 
Spades a Book about the Garden and the Gardener, 
Edin, 1872, sq, 16mo. 4 Hints to Preachers with 
Sermons and Addresses, Oxf , 1880, cr. Svo 5. Kice and 
her Neighbours, Lon , 1881, p. Svo 

Hole, W. G* Procris, and other Poems, Lon , 1886, 
p Svo 

Hole, William* Quasi Cursores Portraits of the 
High Officers and Professors of Edinburgh University at 
its Tercentenary Festival, [with letter-press,] Edin , 18S5, 
fol Only 100 comes printed. 

Ho! em an, F. H. Christian Poems, Claremont, 
US 1865, 16mo 

Holford, Rev. John Henry, MA, 1830-1870, 
graduated at Wadham College, Oxford, 1854, curate of 
Christ Church, Hampstead, from I860 A Memorial 
Volume of Sermons with a Short Biographical Preface 
by E H Biekersteth, Lon , 1872, 12ino 

Hoi gate, C. W. An Account of the Chi-ef Libra- 
ries of New Zealand, Lon , I8b6, Svo. 

Hoi gate, Jerome B., [ante, vol. i. f add ] 1 
Noaehidse or, Noah and his Descendants, Buffa-lo, 1S60, 
BVQ. 2 Shortcomings of the Punt in Church, and Ee- 
organization of Society, N York, 1863, Svo 

Holt, Henry* 1 The King's Mail, Lon , 186% 3 
vols p. Svo , new ed , 1865 2 The Old House in Crosby 
Square a Story, in Two Parts, Lon , 1863, 2 vola p Svo 
3 More Secrets than One a Novel, Lon, 1864, -J vols 
p Svo. 4 The White Favour- a Novel, Lon , 1866, 3 
vols. p Svo 5 The Golden Bait: a Novel, Lon.,, 1871, 
3 vols p Svo 

Holland, C. Aspasia an Autobiography, Phila , 
1869, 12mo. 

Holland, Rev* Charles, M A., graduated at Uni- 
versity College 1839, ordained 1840y rector of Petworth, 
Sussex, since 1859 The Scnpture Expositor, or, Dis- 
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Holland, Olive. The Golden Hawk; or, The 
Wanderings of John Malcolm, Lon , 18SS, p Svo 

Holland, Denis. 1 TJhc O'Donnell , or, An Irish 
Peasant's Progress, Ion , I860. 2. Donal Dun O'Byrne 
aTtle, Lon t 1869, 12mo* 

Holland, Edward. Mabel in Rhymeland; or, 
Little Mabel's Journey to Norwich, Lon,, 1884, 4to. 

Holland, Rev* Frederick May, b I33ff, in 
Boston, Mass , son of Rev P t W. Holland, w/m; gradu- 
ated at Harvard 1859, orduined as a Unitarian clergy- 
1 The Reign of the Stoics : their History, 
Maxims of Self-Control, && f JSf York, 1879, 
SfordeHo : a Story from Robert Browning, N. 
TorS4 188T, 12ino, ^. Stones from Browning : with an 
Introduction by Mrs Sutherland Orr r Lon , 1S82, 12mo 

w Thk plmieal element, the speech and action of the 

characters; giv^n by Mr Holland, while Krs Orr 

presents i|B,w3tfr a comprehensive essay on the spiritual 

element au4 tosycJiology 4f the poems Mr Holland 

has done a <Bfleult pieee <tf work with f&ir success " 

Aaad . xxil 2^ 



4 The Rise of Intellectual Liberty, from Thales to 
Copernicus, N. York, 1885 

" The story is truly told, i-s parts judiciously pro- 
portioned and the relations oi the different events and 
phenomena ably brought out "Nation, xli 99 

Holland, Rev, Frederick West, b 1811, in 
Boston, Mass , graduated at Harvard 18 tt, and at the 
Cambridge .Divinity School 1834 lie resides at Concord, 
Mass , has lectured on Eastern subject^, organized 
several religious societies, and contributed to the Pro- 
ceedings of the New England Histonc Genealogical So- 
ciety 1 Scenes in Palestine. By a Pilgrim of 1851 
Bost , 1852. 2 Siaai and Jerusalem , or, Scenes from 
Bible Lands. Illust Lon , 1870, 4to 

Holland, George Calrert, M D , 1801-1365 1* 
The Principles <md Piactice of Medicine, Lon , 1834-^8, 
2 vols Svo 2 Exposition of Corn-Law-Eepealmg Fal- 
lacies, Lon, 1840, Svo 3 Vital Statistics of Sheffield, 
Lon , 1843, Svo 4 Diseases of the Lunga from Me- 
chanical Causes, Lon, 1844, Svo. 5. The Philosophy 
of the Moving Powers of the Blood, Lon , 1845, Svo. 
6 The Philosophy of Animated Nature the Nervous 
System, Lon, 1848, Svo 7 Practical Views on Nervous 
Diseases, Lon , 1850, Svo 8 Suggestions for the Pre- 
vention of Consumption, Lon , 1850, Svo. 9 Cases Il- 
lustrative of the Cure of Consumption, Lon , 1850, 12mo. 

10 Constitution of the Animal Creation, Lon, 1857, Svo. 

11 Origin and Nature of Disease, and the Homoeopathic 
Treatment, Lon , 1S61, Svo 

Holland, H. W. 1 Wesleyan Methodism in Scot- 
land, Leeds, 1864, Svo Anon. 2 Proposed Arrange- 
ments for Primary Education, 2d ed , Lon, 1870, p. 
Svo 3 Opening of the National Graveyard to Non- 
conformists, Lon , 1 877 

Holland, Sir Henry, Bart., M D , [ante, vol i , 
add ,] 1788-1873 1 Essays on Scientific and other 
Subjects, Lon , 1862, 8vo 2 Recollections of Past Life, 
Lon , 1871, cr 8vo, 2d ed , 1872 

"Pour years ago, at the entreaty of his children, he 
wrote down for them the ttory of his life, as he could then 
recall it, and printed it for a small prnate circle of his 
friends In his eighty fourth > ear he is induced to give it 
a wider range ana publishes it ioi the world It is bingu- 
larly open 111 its confidences, and wins upon us like a per- 
sonal narrative which we listen to from an old man's lips " 
^LfA,No 2306 

6 Fragmentary Papers on Science and other Subjects, 
Lon 1875, Svo 

Holland} Rev, Henry Scott, M.A , b 1847, at 
Ledbury, Herefordshire, and educated at Eton, and at 
Balliol College, Oxford, where he graduated, first class 
Lit. Hum., 1870, ordained 1872 , became tutor at Christ 
Church, (Kford, 1872-86 7 hon canon of Truro 1S8*~84, 
and since then canon of St, Paul's, 1 The Apostolic 
Fathers, (" The Fathers for English Readers,") Lon, 
1ST8, 12mo. 2 Four Addi esses on the Sacrifice of the 
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Holland, J, Simon* Office and Cabin Compan- 
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Holland, John* The Bazaar, or, Money and the 
Church, a Rejected Offering, in Blank Verse By a 
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Holland, Josiah, Gilbert, M D,, [ante, vol. i, 
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Springfield Republican ceased m 1866. In 1870 he be- 
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Holland, R* A. Integrity of Character: the 
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Holland, Robert. A Glossary of Words u^ed in 
the County of Kent in Three Parts, (Eng Dialect Soe 

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the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1881. 1. Summary of Ecclesi- 
astical Courts Commission's Report, <fco., Lon , 1884, p 
Svo 2 Democracy and the Established Church, 2d 
ed , rev., Lon , 1885, Svo 

Holland, Thomas JErskine, I> C L , LL D , b 
1335, at Brighton, Eng , obtained a deiayship at Mag- 
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Holland, Col. Trevenen J*, C B , served in the 
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the Indian Mutiny 18$7-58, in China I86t>, and as quar- 
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Holley, Alexander layman, LL.D , 1832-1883, 
b a,t Lakeville,Coinu; graduated, in the scientific course 
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York and Lon , I860, foU,, new *d , 18ft7 2. A Treaties 
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proceed, N YorR, 1S% 

Holley, Oeorge W, 1. Niagara its B^tory and 
y^ Incadent$ and Poetry, Toronto, 1872, ISww 


The Falls of Niagara with Supplementary Chapters on 
the other JFamous Cataracts of the World. Map and 
II lust H" York, 1882, Svo 

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Co , N Y 1 My Opinions and Betsey Bobbet's By 
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HoHings, Rev. George Seymour, educated tit 
King's College, London ; ordained 1874 , chaplain to the 
Sisters of Bethany House of Retreat, London, since 
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HoJlingworth, Rev* Henry, M A., graduated at 
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Hollins, Rev. James, incumbent of St. element's, 
Bristol J. The Holy BibJe the Foundation Rook of the 
Church of England, Lon, 1852, 12mo. 2. Pastoral 
Recollections at the Port of Gloucester, Lon , 3 857, 
l^ino. 3. Suggestive Sermons, Lon. r 1864, p. Svo. 4. 
The Pastor, or, Scenes from the Life of a Clergyman, 
Lon , 1866, 8vo Anon. 

Hollis, E. B* 1. Laura's Aspirations , or, The 
Next Thing, llluat Phila, 1879, 16ino, 2 Cecil's 
Summer. Illnst. H. York, 1884, 12mo. 

HoJliS, William* Miscellaneous Latin Poems, 
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Hollister, Gideon Hiram, [aute r vo}* i n add,] 
1817-1881, b at Washington, tonn , graduated at Yale 
184-0; was consul-geneial nd US minister to Hayti 
1868-69, and afterwards resided and practised Jaw in 
Connecticut 1. Thomas & Bucket, a Tragedy, and 
other Poems, Bost , 1866, 16mo 2. Kinley HoUow a 
Novel, N. York, 1882, IGmo. 

Hoi lister, 0. J* 1. The Mines of Colorado, 
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YorlSy 1856, Svo 

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1876, 32m o 2, The Beauty of the King, N* Yorfe> 

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Representation, Lon., 1867, Svo 
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Holly, Henry H* 1. Coun try- Seats . eontwmng 
De&tgns for Cottages, VilUs, and Mansions, N York, 
1864, sm. 4to. 2. Church Architecture: with Thirty- 
live Lithograph Plates, Hartford, 1872, 1 4to 3 Mod- 
ern Dwellings in Town and Country, adapted to Amer- 
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and Decoration, N. York, 1878, sin. 4to 

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Cookery- Book, Bale , 1882, Svo, 

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" Holm, Saxe," (Pseud ) Stories, N York, 1873, 
12mo , Second Series, 1878, 12mo. See JACKSON. MBS. 
H. M* F , wfra 

Ho I man t Rev* D. A. Comity of the Laws of 
Marriage and Divorce, Ethnological, Ecclesiastical, and 
Civil, Fort Worth, Tex , 1885, 12mo 

Holm den, Mrs. Annie, (Har wood.) 1 (Trans) 
Jesus Chufet. his Times, Life, Ac , by E de Presaense*, 
1866, Svo, new ed , 1871 2 (Tran* ) Stories from 
Germany, by P Hoffmann, Lon , 1868, 16tno, 3 (Trans J 
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Svo 4 (Trans ) The Mystery of Suffering, by E de 
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6* (Trans ) Early Years of Christian itv, by E de Pres- 
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other Stories* by M idame E de Pressensg, 1870, p Svo. 
8 (Trans ) Martyrs nd Apologists, by JB de Prtssens, 
Loo , 187 J, Svo 9 (Trans.) The Oneness of the Rice 
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setise 1 , N York, 187*, 12ino 13. (Trans ) Contemporary 
Portraits, by B de Prepense*, N. York, 1880, 12mo 14 
(Trans) A Study of Ongma, or, Problems of Knowl- 
edge, of Being, and of Duty, by E. de Pressed, D.D 
Lon , 1883, cr 8vo. 15 (Trans ) Cohgny the Earlier 
Life of the (Jreat Hguenot f by Eugene Bersier, Lon., 
1884, or,8vo. 16. (fns.) Palestine in the Tiiaa Kxf 
Christ, by Esmond Stapfei, DD, Lou, 1887, p. Svo. 
17. (Irans.) The Aneient World and Ohiisfcianity. by B. 
de PressensS, Lon , I8&fy Bvo 
Holme, Cecil Frederick, A Vocabulary to 

Eland's Latin Hexameters and Pentameters. By a 
Harrow Tutor Lon , 1863, 12mo. 

Holme, Kev. Christopher , M A , graduated at 
Untveraity College, Durham, 1851 , ordained 1855, rector 
of Cathorpe since 1S76. Annotations on the Gospel of 
St. Mark, Lon , 1S63, 12mo, 

" Holme, "Daryl,** (Pseud ) See HERBERT, DAVID, 

Slip* ft 

Holme, J. Stanford. (Ed) Light at Evening 
Time a Book for the Aged, N York, 1870, 4to 

Holme, T* and J. Hymns and Sacred Poetry, 
Lon , 1861, 32mo. 

Holme, W. Maggie Bell } or, The Lost Sister, Lon , 
1864, 2 vols p Svo 

Holmes, A. Bromley, associate member of the 
Institute of Civil Engineers 1 The Electric Light Pop- 
ularly explained Lon , 1882, 12mo 2 Practical Elec- 
tric Lighting Illust Lon , 1883, p 8vo , 2d ed , 1884 

Holmes, Alice A. Stray Leaves, X York, 1868, 

Holmes, Rev. Baptist James, H.A , graduated 
at Hatford Hall, Durham, 1864, ordained 18t)5> vicar 
of New Mill since 1879 Musings m Verse, 1874 

Holmes, C. The Teeth, and how to preserve them, 
Manchester, 1884, 12mo 

Holmes, K. M. 1. The Cruise of the "Petrel," 
and other Stories, Lon , 18S7, ISmo 2 T<it*s Dream, 
<kc Illust. Lon, 1887, p Svo 3 Winning his Laurels, 
or, The Boys of St Raglan'*, Lon , 1887, p Svo 

Holmes, Edmond G. A. Poems, Lon , 1876, cr 
Svo , Second Series, 1879 

"With the exception of Mus Rossetti, ahnobt no living 
writer of religious v ersess equals Mr Hoi mes in earnestness, 
in poetic insight, and m music "~Ath , No 2544 

Holmes, Rev. Edward Molloy, LL B , gradu- 
ated at Trinity College, Dublin, 1851 , ordained 1853 ; 
rector of Marsh Gibbon Buckinghamshire, since 1869 

1 The Confirmation CJass-Book Notes for Lessons, Oxf , 
1873, 12rao, 2d ed , 188* 2. The Cateobist's Manual 
with Introduction by Bishop Wilberforee, Lon , 1878, p 
Svo 3. 13ie Catechist's Praver-Book Prayer, Morning 
and E\ening, Lon., 1887, I8mo 

Holmes, Eleanor* 1 In Time to Come a Novel, 
Lon., 1883, 2 vols or. Svo 2 Through a Refiner's Fire. 
a Tale, Lon , 1885, p Svo. 3 A Week in Acadia Illust. 
Lon , 1888, p Svo. 

Holmes, Emra, b 1839, at Cleeve, Somersetshire, 
collector of customs at Fowey since 1877 1 Tales, 
Poems, and Masonic Papers with a Biographical Sketch 
of the Author by (J M Tweddell, Stokesley, 1877, Svo 

2 Amabel Vaughan, and other Tales . with a Masonic 
Memoir of the Author by <* M Tweddell, Truro and 
Lon , 1879, 12mo. A An Unknown Watering-Place , or, 
Fowey as a Holiday Centre and Health-Resort, St Blazey, 
1881, Svo 

Holmes, F. MorelK 1. Faith's Father: a Story 
of Child Life in London By-Waya, Lon, 1880 2 The 
Children of the Court, and Two Little Waifs, Lon , 1881, 
p. Svo 3 Banger Signals Volumes of Temperance 
Tales Illust Lon, 1881, sq. 16mo 4 Exeter Hall 
and its Associations, Lon, 1881, p Svo 5 History of 
the Land League Impartially Reviewed, Lon , 1882, or, 
Svo & Reggie's Boast, and other Stones, Lon , 1882, 
sq Ifaqo -7, Starlight Stones*. Short Tales for the 
Younger Ones, Lon , 1884, p. Svo* 8. Jack Marston'a 
Anchor, Lon., 1886 

Holmes, F. S. The Phosphate Bocks and Marls 
of South Carolina their Hieto*y, Ac , Charleston, 1870, 

Holmes, George, Farmer John, Lon, 1883, 3 
vo-la p. Svo. 

Holmes, George C. Y., secretary of the Institu- 
tion of Kaval Architects I. The Steam-Engine Revised 
throughout by Professor James Stuart, M P Ulust 
(" Text-Books of Science,") Lon , 1887, I2mo , 2d ed , 
1888. 2, Marine Engines and Boilers. Illust. Lon., 
18S8, cr. Svo 

Holmes, CapU H. Old Rube the Hunter, N. 
York, 1866, giro, 

Holmes, J., M.D. Diseases of Infancy and Child- 
hood , 2d ed , Phila , 1 869, Svo 

Holmes , J. E* Hand-Book to^Cotiton'-^ltttfing, for 
Yoang Corders, &Q , Manchester, 1$87, 12m^ '* } 

Holmes, J. G. 1. Ghost's gloom a Bwd. Lon , 
, p 8vo. 2. Pearl Button's Love a Jfovd, Lon , 
IS88, 3 vote, <JT. 8vo. 

Holmes, J. S. Reports of United States Cxrciut 


Courts, First Circuit, vol 

i., (1870-75,) Best, I87T, 

Holmes, John, of Holmstead, near Leeds John 
Ruskin a Reminiscence, 1886 Printed for private 
circulation r 

Holmes, Margaret, The Chamber over the Gate 
Indianapolis, Ind, 13S6, 12mo 

Holmes, Mrs, Mary Jane, (Hawei,) [ante, 
vol I M add ,j b at Brookfceld, Mass , tv, niece of Rev 
Joel Hawes, D D , (q v, ate, vol i ,) married to Daniel 
Holmes, a lawyer She resided after her marriage IB 
Versailles, Ky, and later settled in Broekport, NT 
Some of her novels are said to have had a circulation of 
over fifty thousand copies. 1 Bora Deane, or, The 
East India Uncle, N York, 1S5S, 12tno 2 Maggie 
Mtller, or, Hair's Secret, N York, 1853, 12mo. ^ 
Rosamond, N. York, 1860, I2rno 4 Cousin Maud, N 
York, I860, 12mo & Marun Gray, or, The Heiress 
of Redstone Hall, N York, 1863, 12ino 6. Hugh 
Worthingtou a Novel, K York, 1863, 12mo 7. Dark- 
ness and Daylight a Novel, N. York, 1861, 12mo 8 
The Cameron Pride, or, Purified by Suffering a Novel, 
N York, 1867, 12mo 9 The Christmas Pont, N York, 
1868, sq I8mo 10 Rose Mather a Tale of the "War, 
N York, 1868, 12mo 11 Ethelyn's Mistike, or, The 
Home in the West a Novel, N York, 1869, 12mo 12 
Milbaak, N, York, 1871, 12mo 1 J Edna Browning, 
N. York, 1872, 12mo 14 West Lawn, and the Reotor 
of St Mark's, N York, 1874, 12mo 15. Mildred, N 
York, 1877, 12mo 16 Edith Lyle, Lon , 1878, 12ran 
IT Daisy Thornton and Jessie Graham, N. York, 1S7S, 
12mo 18 Forest House, N York, Ib79, 12mo 19 
Red-Bird a Brown Cottage Story Illust N. York, 
1880, 16mo. 20 Chateau d'Or, N.York, 1880, I2mo 
21. Madeline, N York, 1881, 12rao 22. Qaeenie Hether- 
ton, N York, 1383, 12iuo 2-i Chnstm is Stone* N 
York, 1884, 12mo 24 Bessie's Foitune, N York,lS85, 
12rao 25 Gretchen, N Y.>rk, 1887, 12tno 

Holmes, Nathaniel, b 1SU, at Peterborough, 
N H , graduated at Harvard 1837; admitted to the bar 
in Boston 1839 a judge of the Supreme Court of Missouri 
1865-6$ , Eoyall professor of law at Harvard 1868-72. 
1 The Authorship of Shakespeare, N. York* 1866, ISmo, 
3d ed , 1876 , new ed , enl , 1886, 2 vqls (An argument 
in support of the theory that Bacon was Shakespeare ) 
3 Realistic Idealism m Philosophy itselt. Best, 18S8. 2 
vols. 8vo 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, MD r [ante, vol i., 
add ,] resigned hia professorship in ttje medical school 
at Harvard in 1882, and wis appomtel profea^r emeri- 
tus. In 1S86 he paid a visit to England, meeting with 
a reception that testified to his popularity with readeis 
of every class His literary aotuity hns dimimshel 
under the weight of fourscore yejirs, but h& still con- 
tributes occasionally to the Atlantic Monthly, and his 
later productions, whether in pro*e or verse, have shown 
little diminution of the exuberant fancy and wit and 
felicitous expression in which he is generally acknowl- 
edged to have no rival among American poets and essay- 
ists, For biog, see BROW, EHXA B, aupia, and 
KENNEDY, W S , infra K The Professor at the Break- 
fast-Table, Bost , ISftl), I2mo* 2 Currents and Counter- 
Currents in Medical Science . with other Essays, Boat , 
1861, Iflrao, new ed , liJS2 3* Songs in Many Keys, 
Bot, 1861, 16mo 4 EKie Vennei a Romance of Des- 
tiny, Boat , 1861, 2 vols Ifltno 5 Border Lines m some ] 
Provinces of Medical Science, Bust, 1S&2, 16roo. 6. 
Soundings from the '* Atlantic " a Series of Essays, 
Boat , 1863, 16nio 7* Humorous Poems, Boat., 186% soft 
4to. 3. The Guardian Angef , Bgst , IM7, l$m*> 

" When he had written the 'Autocrat of 4fce Bareakflist- 
Table/ Dr Holmes would hare doe weJLfs Sii^as since 
appeared, had he ceased f rosa *>atir$. T&&I ?WS of papers 
gave him a brilliant reputation which fi$tt that time for- 
ward he has gone oa damaging, dmuniSsbing to %eaofi 
new book . , On t&e whole ' The Quartan Angir Is far 
from being unreadable, unless o-i*e is too- fastidious n 
Nation v 390 

9 Mechanism m Thought and Morals- an Adctpess 
delivered before the Pht Beta Kappa Socjety of ^aryaard; 
University, June 2% 1570: wit^i 'Ko!^ an*- 
thoughta, Boat. 1&7D, Iftrpo* * * u 

" Br ^toe^s w>^tte. ^ suTj^tpntj-aftr &i^ep, 
man la a machine, only a machine v?b$b. is partly ^el 
ulated, <& Bu, Bois-KeyinondX $>&*, weje n mol Jra^he 
B?feto all &e ptooina tnaffrt 6h in 
u ttp i &te problem mf personal fr&$t>m would 
analjttqal mdaomc^"-T?ftittOTi f xu U& 


10 The Poet at the Breakfast-Table, Bost, 1872, 

1 The vein which Dr Holmes has worked so long gives 
no signs oi exhaustion Whether he has brought to light 
as much sterling ore as on former occasions need not be 
decided , but at any rate he writes with his> old buoyancy, 
and does not make upon us the unpleasant impression as 
of a writer flogging a tired horse and produc ing a wretched 
^og-trot m place of the old lively paces "hat Rev , xxxiv 

11 Songs of Many Sasans, Bo-t , 1S74, 16mo 12. 
John Lothiop Motley a Memoir, Bost , 1&78, 12mo. H. 
The Iron Gate, and other Poems, Bost , I860, 16rao. 14. 
Page from an Old Volume of Life a Collection of Essays. 
3857-1881, Boat., 1883, 8\o 15. Aledieal Essays, Bost , 
1883, 12mo. 16 Ralph W.ildo Emerson, ("American 
Men of Letters") Boat, 1885, 16mo 

"Vie\ving the book merely as a memoir, the reader is 
disappointed , but taking it for what it is, a detailed re- 
view of the opera omma of one man of genius by another, 
with running annotations, grave gay learned and \* itty, 
it becomes both valuable and attractive "tfatwn, xl 99 

IT A Mortal Antipathy: iir&t Opening ot tbe JSTew 
Portfolio, Bost, 1885, 16mo 

" Has the freedom, and often the verve, of the conversa- 
tion nhich the Autocrat has ruled over so long and -with 
such universal acceptance " JVfetam, xli 542 

18 Our Hundred Days m Europe, Host* 1887, 12mo 

" A volume than offers nothing- but pleasure to the reader 
and a well-diffused contentment " Sat Rev , Ixiv 38 

10 Belore the Curfew, and other Poems, obiefly Occa- 
sional, Bo*t, 1888, 16mo 

" Dr Holmes is of all living American mitera, the one 
who may most truly be said to have ?von the hearts of 
.English readers Longiello'n and Emerson, \vho have so 
lately parsed away, ha\e had, the former Mider and the 
latter deeper, influence on tbe feelings and thoughts of 
Englishmen But there is no American author now living 
v, hose works are more often read, and (which i*. the bett 
test of their value) more often taken up again, than those 
of Dr Holmes " Saf ev , hn 651 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, son of the preceding, 
b 184-l,iii Boston j educated at Hnrvaid College; served 
in the civil war, admitted to the bar 1866, elected a 
professor in the law school of Harvard 188^ and ID the 
same year appointed a justice of the Supreme Court of 
Mnsenehusetts The Common Law, Bost , IS81, 8\o 

" It can best be described as an historical essay describing 
the influence of tbe primitive conceptions of the childhood 
of the Teutonic races upon the common law ot to-day. . 
Tbe \olume contains rauch that is novel and brilliant, and 
itsho^s calm consideration and unusually profound 
legal study It is injured by long philosophical dis- 
cussions of inten t and the li ke, which & ve a tetfiou&ly 
discursive and aimless air to the book, and hide its real 
historical value " Nation, xixxu. 464 

Holmes, R. Lind Worda to AH Classes, Lon, 

Holmes, Rachel (Scott-Russell) and El- 
eanor. (Trans ) Autobiography ot Hector Berlioz 
comprising his Travefo in Itly, Germany, Russia, and 
tngland, Lon 1 884, 2 vols p Svo. 

Holmes, Richard. (Ed ) The Sieges of Ponte- 
fract Castle, 1644-1648, PonteJriet, 18&S. 

Holmes, Robert. 1. Will tbe Earth become a 
Bun Spot? Lon, 1S71, I2mo. 2 The Use of Tobacco 
by Young People, Lon , 1878 t 12mo, 

Holmes, S. The Book of the Goat, Lon , 187*9, p. 

Holmes, T. R., E. A History of the Indian Mu- 
a>, And of tbe Disturbances which accompanied it 
Hong the Civil Population with Tvro Maps and Six 
Plans, Lon , 188-5, 8vo , Sd *d., 18SS 
' He wntes in an animated style, and ife descriptions 
are spirited and in the mate correct," &at Rev , Iva, 

41 A history which, though not likely to remain an au- 
thonty, has at least done something: tow&rdt digesting the 
vaht literature QI the Mutiny "$j:Mniator t Jvw H10* 

"The object of Mr. Holmes is lo supplement the worts 
of Kaj r e and Malleson and to complete ' the solntioii of 
the real historical problems connected with tht 1 Mutiny ' 
In this afetempt Mr Holm hK feeen auooessful He has 
'on many debated subjeets, he has> led 
f b a ma^e oi evepts, and lite has shown 
, , . . , Jtude the prex*Kee relation oi each part of 
^tfcewhole."- AfaJXu 2937 

Rev. Thomas Scott, MA, graduated 
ssei Collie nmbn<ige f 187 5, oriluined 
1W; vi^^Hleipftt of Welte College, and vicar of 
" 1879 Tbe History of the 

r, Bristol, 1885. 

/, M A., F.R C S. f graduated at 
of Cambridge 1840; consulting surgeon 
Hospital, London, The Bieeoaes of In- 
Ihood, Lou , 1868, 8vo. With 



JOHN WHITAKEK, F.R S., (ed ) A System of Surgery, 
Theoretiud and Practical . in Treatises by Various Au- 
thors, Lon., 1864-70, 4 vols. Svo ; 3d ed., 1883, 8 vols. 

Holmes, W. Religious Emblems and Allegories. 
Illust. Lon , 1854, ISmo ; new ed., 186S. 

Holmes, W. C. Instructions for the Management 
of Gras- Works, Lon , 1874, Svo. 

Holmes, W. Gordon, M.D., a licentiate of the 
Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland, 1865, and of the 
Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh, 1871, received 
his degree at Brussels ; physician to the Municipal Throat 
and Ear Infirmary, London. 1. A Treatise on Vocal 
Physiologv and Hygiene : with Reference to the Culti- 
vation and Preservation of the Voice. Illut-t. Lon., 
1879, cr. Svo; 2d ed., 1880. 2 The Science of Voice 
Production and Voice Preservation, Lon., 1880, p. Svo; 
new ed., 1SS4. 3 A Guide to the Use of the Laryngo- 
scope in General Practice, Lon., 1S81, p. Svo. 4. His- 
tory of the Progress of Laryngology from the Earliest 
Times to the Present, Lon., 1884. 5. The Hygiene of 
the Throat and Ear. Illust. Lon., 1 8S5, Svo. 

Holmes, Sir W. K. Free Cotton: How and 
Where to grow it, Lon., 1862, Svo. 
Holmes- Forbes. See FORBES. 
Holms, J, The British Army: its Administration 
and Oig.imza.tion, Lon, 1875; new ed., 1S76, 12mo. 

Holms, W. Changes in Incidence of Taxation on 
the Richer and Poorer Classes, Lon., 1877. 

Holohan, A. W. The Student's Book of Scales, 
for Ro\al Military Academies, Lon., 18SI, 4to. 

Holroyd, Rev* John* Five Sermons on Christian 
Baptism, Lon., 1853, I2mo. 

Holroyd, W. R. M. Hindustani Made Easy, 
Lon., 1873, p. Svo. 

Holroyde, Rev. James, M.A., graduated at Em- 
manuel College, Cambridge, 1872; ordained 1873; vicar 
of Stapleford, Nottinghamshire, since 188S. English 
Scenery. Illust Lon., 1884. 

Hoist, Hermann Eduard von, b. IS 11, at Fel- 
lin, Livonia ; educated at the universities of Dorpat and 
Heidelberg; removed to the United States in 1866, and 
settled in New York, where he contributed to the press 
and became assistant editor of the Deutsch-Amerika- 
nisches Comer&ations-Lexieon. In 1S72 he was made 
professor of histoty in Strasburg University, and in 
1874 professor of modern history at Freiburg. 1. John 
C. Calhoun, (" Aineiican Statesmen/') Bosk, 1882, 16rao. 
" May be described as a history of the slavery question, 
-with especial relation to Cal noun's participation in it." 
Nation, xxxv 79. 

2. The Constitutional Law of the United States of 
America, Chic., 1S87. 3. John Brown : with an Intro- 
duction and Appendix by Frank P. Stearns, a Poem 
by Mr. Wason, and a Letter describing John Brown's 
Grave. Illust. Bo & t., 1S88, 16mo. See, also, LALOR, 
J. J., infi a. 

Holstein, Mrs* Anna JW ., (Ellis.) Three Years 
in Field Hospitals of the Army of the Potomac. By H. 
Pfaila., 1867. 

Holt, Aider n. Fancy Dresses Described : What to 
Wear at Fancy Balls. Illust. Lon , 1879, sin. Svo: 2d 
ed., 1881, p. Svo. 

Holt, Barnard. Immediate Treatment of Strict- 
ure of the Urethra, Lon , 1S63; 3d ed., 1868, Svo. 

Holt, David, b. 1828, at Charlton-upou-Medlock, 
near Manchester, Eng 1. Poems, Rural and Miscella- 
neous, 1S46. 2. The Lay of Hero- Worship, and other 
Poems, Lon,, 1830, I2rao. 3. Janus, Lake Sonnets and 
other Poems, Lon., 18.33, 12mo. 4. Selections from the 
above, and Additional Poems, Manchester, 1S68, I2mo. 
Holt, Miss Emily Sarah, b. 1836, at Stubbylee. 
Lancashire. J. Memoirs of Royal Ladies, Lon., 186I t 2 
vols. p. Svo. 2. Mistress Margery : a Tale of the Lol- 
lards, Lon., IS68, 12mo ; new ed , 1883. 3. Sister Ro*e; 
or, The Eve of Saint Bartholomew, Lon., 1869, p. Svo: 
new ed, 1884. 4* Ashclifie Hall: a Tale of the Last 
Century, Lon., 1870, p. Svo. 5. Isoult Barry of Wyns- 
ooter a Tale of Tudor Times, Lon., 1871, p. Svo; new 
ed., 1SSO. 6. Robm Tremayne: a Tale of the Marian 
Persecution, Lon., 1872, p. Svo. 7. The Well in the 
Desert : an Old Legend of the Hoyse of Arundel, Lon., 
1872, p. Svo; new ed., 1883. 8. Verena; or, Safe Paths 
and Slippery Bye- Ways : a Story of To- Day, Lon^ 1873, 
p, Svo? new ed,, 1ST8. 9. The White Rose of LanJey ; 
a Story of tbe Ol^eii Time, Lon. W74, p. Svo; new ed., 
1S78. 10. Imogen J a Tale of the Early British Church. 
Lon,, 187, p, Svo. 11. Clare A very: a Story of the 

Spanish Armada, Lon., 1876, p Svo : new ed , 1 878. 12. 
For the Master's Sake : a Story of tbe Days of Queen 
Mary, Lon., 1S77, 12mo; new ed., 1S83. 13. Lettice 
Eden j or, The Lamps of Earth and the Light of Heaven, 
Lon., 1878, p. Svo; new ed,, 1SSO. 14. Margery's Son; 
or, Until he Find it : a Story of the Court of Scotland, 
Lon., 1878, p. Svo. 15. Lady Sybil's Choice: a Tale of 
the Crusadeb, Lon., 1879, p. Svo. 16. The Maid<n's 
Lodge; or, None of Self and All of Thee- a Tale of tlie 
Time of Queen Anne, Lon., 1879, p. Svo. 17. Earl 
Hubert's Daughter; or, The Polishing of the Pearl, 
Lon., 18SO, p. Svo. 18. Joyce Morrell's Harvest; or, 
The Annals of Selwiek Hall, Lon., 1SS1, p. Svo. 19. 
Red and White: a Tale of the Wais of the Roses, Lon , 
18S2, p. Svo. 20. At ye Gieene Griffin : a Tale of the 
Fifteenth Century, Lon., 1882, 12mo, 21. Not lor Him : 
the Story of a Forgotten Hero, Lon., 1883, p. 8vo. 22. 
The Way of the Cross, and other Tales, Lon., 1S83, 
12rno. 23. Wearyholme : a Tale of the Restoration of 
Charles II., Lon., 18S3, p. Svo. 24. The Lord of the 
Marches ; or, The Story of Roger Mortimer, Lon., 1884, 
p. Svo. 25. Ye Olden Time: English Customs in the 
Middle Ages, Lon , 1884, p. Svo. 26. The Lord Mayor: 
a Tale of London in 15S4, Lon., 1884, p Svo. 27. John 
de Wycliffe, the First of the Reformers, Lon., 1S84, r. 
Svo. 28 A Tangled Web : a Tale of the Fifteenth Cen- 
tury, Lon , 1885, p Svo. 29. In All Time of our Tribu- 
lation the Story of Piers Gavestone, Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 
30. The Slave Gnl of Pompeii ; a Tale of the First Cen- 
tury, Lon., 1SS6, p. Svo. 31. All for the Best ; or, Ber- 
nard Gilpin's Motto, Lon., 1887, 12mo. 32. In Convent 
Walls: the Story of the Dispensers, Lon., 1S87, p. S\o. 
33. Our Little Lady , or, Six Hundred Years Ago, Lon , 
1S87, p. Svo. 34. The King's Daughters j or, How Two 
Girls kept the Faith, Lon , 1SSS, p. Svo. 35 Out of the 
Forty-Five; or, Duncan Keith's Vow, Lon., 1S88, p Svo. 

Holt, Henry. (Trans.) The Man with the Broken 
Ear, by Edmond About, (' Leisure Houi" Ser.,) N. York, 
1S67, 16mo; new ed., 1876. 

Holt, Mrs. M. A, 1. John Bentley's Mistake, N. 
York, 1873. 2. Work and Reward, N. York, 1S73. 3. 
God's Way; or, Gaining the Better Life. Illust. N. 
York, 1875, 16mo. 4. Foiled: an American Novel; 
[alo] Seesaw, Marjorie Daw, N. York, 1882, 4to. 

Holt, Mary Helen. See MELDRUM, MRS. MARY 

Holt, Rev. Robert, M.A., graduated at St. John s 
College, Cambridge, 1846; ordained 3846 , vicar of Hilles- 
den, Buckinghamshire, since 1868. (Ed.) The Omnium : 
with the Notes and Glossary of Dr. R. M. White, Oxf , 
1878, 2 vols. ex. fp. Svo. 

Holt* Robert B. 1. Kynwith, Lon., 1868, p. Svo. 
2. Elfrida, Lon., 1S68, p. Svo. 3. The Scald, Lon., 
1870, 12mo. 4. Peiil Pro\es who Truly Loves, Lon., 
1S72, 12mo. 

Holt, Robert Edward Hallett, b. 1853; called 
to the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1874. A Handy Book on the 
Registration of 'litle and Transfer of Land: the Land 
Transfer Act of 1875, Lon., 1876, p. 8vo. 

"Holt, Sestertius," (Pseud.) See COOPER, WIL- 
LIAM WHITB, supra. 

Holt, Vincent M. 1. Damages, [a tale,] Lon., 
1885, 12mo. 2. Why Not Eat Insects? Lon., 1885, 

Holt, W. Admiralty Court Cases on the Rule of 
the Road, Lon., 1867, Svo. 

Holte, F. Usher Life: Scenes Thrilling and Hu- 
morous, Lon, 1888, 12mo. 

Holtham, E. G. Bight Years in Japan, 1873- 
1881 : Work, Travel, and Recreation, Lon., 1883, p. Svo. 

Holthanseu, Dr. F. (Ed ) Vices and Virtues; 
from the Unique Stowe MS. Pait I. (Early Eng. Text 
Soc.) Lon., 1S88, Svo. 

Holthouse, Carsten , F.R.C.S., [ante, vol. i., add.,] 
consulting surgeon to the Westminster Ophthalmic Hos- 
pital, &e. 1, On the Cure of Inguinal Hernia, Lon,, 
1858, 8vp. 2. On Squinting and Paralytic Affections of 
the Eye, Lon., 1S58, 12mo. 3. On the Radical Cure of 
Hernial and other Tumours of the Groin, <fcc., Lon., 
1870, Svo. 4. The Proper Selection and Scientific Appli- 
cation of Trusses, Lon., 1871, Svo. 

Holton, I. F, New Granada: Twenty Months in 
tbe Andes. Hlust. Maps and Index. N. York, 1856. 


Holworthy, S. M, 1. Scylla and Charybdis; or, 
Lilian Lane, Lon., 1S76, 12mo. 2. Sunny Sundays i 
Hints for Conversational Classes, Lon., 1SS7, 12mo. 


Holyoake, Austin, and Watts, Charles. (Bd ) 

Secularists' Manual of bongs and Ceremonies, for Mwr- 
ruges, Funerals, &e , N" York, 1871, I2mo. 

Holyoake, George Jacob, b 1817, at Birming- 
ham, Eng, and educated at the Mechanics* Institution 
in that town, with which he was afterwards connected 
as teacher of mathematics, has lectured and written on 
political and speculative questions, and taken an active 
part in promoting schemes for co-operation and for the 
education of the working-classes His writings advo- 
cate a system which he has called secularism He was 
the last person itnpmooed m England for alleged athe- 
ism, having been committed for sit months in 1841 fur 
an answer given in debate at the close of a political lec- 
ture 1 The Logiu of Death , or, Why should the Athe- 
ist fear to D e ? 12ino 2 The Logic of Lift, deduced 
from the Principle of Freethought, I .lino -J Rudiments 
of Public 8pe%kmg and Debate, Lon IS61, 12rm>* 4 
The History of Co-Operation in Engl tnd its Literature 
and Advocites, Lon, 1875-T8, 2 vots p. S\o 5 The 
Trial of Theism, accused of obstructing Secular Life, 
Lon , ItJTT, p Svo 6. Reasoning from Facts a Method 
of Every-D *y Logic, Lon , 1877, p. Svo 7 Life of Joseph 
R\ynor Stephens, Preacher and Political Orator with 
an Introduction by J Stephens Storr, Lon , 1881, p SV<K 
8* Among the Ameiican:*, and a Stranger m America, 
Lon, 18SL, 12mo 9 The Rochdale Pioneers. Thirty- 
Three Yej,rs of Co-Openttion m Rochdale In Two Parts. 
Part I, 1844-57, Part II, 1857-77 Lon, 1882, or. 
Svo, 9th ed , entitled "Self- Help by the People," 1883 
10 Travels in Search of a. Settler's Guide- Book of 
America and Canada, Lon t 1884, 870 

" He confines himself mainly to some jottings from 
Canada to Santa F omitted m his earlier volume Mr 
Holyoake is a shrewd observer " Acad , xxvi 86 

11 Self-Help a Hundted Years Ago, Lon, 1888, or. 
Svo (Relates to the history of the Society for Better- 
ing the Condition and Increasing the Comforts of the 
Poor, established m 1790 ) 

Holyoake, Manfred. The Conservation of Pict- 
ures, Lon , 1870, p. Svo 

Holyoke, Maria Ballard. Violets, Early and 
Late Poeais, Chic , 1886, 12mo 

Ho mans, Isaac Smithy Jr.* [ante, vol i , add ] 
The Comoiere al Laws of the &tte^ N York, 1S70, Svo. 

Ho mans, J. $. The Coin-Book comprising a His- 
tory of Coinage, a Synopsu of the Mint L&m of the 
United Stites, Statistics of the Coinage, Ac. Illuat 
Phila,, 187 -J, Svo Anon 

"Home, Cecil,*' (Pseud) See WEBSTER, Au- 

GURTJL infia 

Home, Daniel Dungias, 1S3VISS6, b near 
Edinburgh, removed to the United States in 1840 j at 
the age ot seventeen became noted as a spiritualistic 
medium, and some years later went to Europe, where he 
gave exhibitions at some oi the pnncipil courts and m 
private circles, making converts among people of intelli- 
gence and culture* 1 Incidents in niy Life, Lon., ISbS, 
p Svo 

" Mr Home is, according to his own account and from 
the testimony ot his own book, a weak, credulous, half- 
educated funatical person, born, bred, and educated m 
wtmdwtul (stones, woo has> lived from his earliest jears in 
a whole atmosphere and mirage of dreaming "Serf Re& , 
xv 878 * 

2 Lights and Shadows of Spmtualism, Loiu 1877, 
Svo 2dd,1878 

" Mr Home has compiled a melancholy collection of the 
frauds, blasphemies and follies of th& people who seek 
alter a sign, and of the prophets who help them to what 
they want Mr Home himself likes an ftonest sceptic 
honesty anywhere must be refreshing m these pursuits n 
Sat Rev , xlin oltf 

Home, Mrs. Daniel Dimglas, a Russian lady, 
second wife of the preceding Daniel Dunglas Home , his 
Life and Mission, Lon , 1SSS, Svo 

41 Her book, if Jt will please those who already tbinfc well 
of her husband, Is not likelv to make new converts - 
Mrs Home is evidently herself a devout believer in her 
husband & pretensions " Attk , No <J163 

Home, David Milne, LL D , J?,R S E. 1 The 
Ebtuary ot the Firth of Forth, viewed 
E<hn , 1871, Svo, 2 Traces in Scotland of 
Wateiv Lines, Marine,, Lacustrine, Fliiviatile, Echtu, Svo. 

Home, F, WyviHe* I. Songs of a Wayfarer, 
Lon., 1378, p Svo 2 Lay Canticles, and other Poems, 
Lon , 1S&J T p Svx> *i The Wrath, of tfce Pay, Hktst 
Lon, ipe, HI. |6mo 

Home, 0*. JMiUie. Xha First Succeasors of the 


Holy Apostles in the Chriatnn Church their Memorials 
and Writing*, Lon , 1885, p Sto 

Home, J Sketches uf Cambndge. in Verse, Lon , 
187, Svo 

Home, K. Reca Garland, or, The Rise and Pall 
of a Bank of Deposit, Lon., 1862, 3 vols* p Svo. 

Home, JoI* Hubert, C tt , HE, 1^7-1879, 
a member of the commiaaiun appointed under the Treuy 
of Beilin to define the limits oi Balaam 1 (Tiaus ) 
Military Repoit, addiesa<d to the French War Minister, 
by Baron btofiU, Lon , 1872, S\o 2 (Traits ) Reforms 
in thfi French Army Part I , Law ot Kecruiting, Lon f 
1872 See BRACK EXBirar, 0* B , tupm. 

Homefordf Caleb* Matrimonial Union consid- 
ered, Lon , 1871, 12ino 

Homer, A* N, The Woman he loved a Novel, 
Lon 1SSS, * vols er Svo 

Homer sham, E. Margery. Home Nursm*, Lon , 
1SSS, p Svo 

Homersham, Matilda. Ethel's Homanee. a 
Kovel, Lon , IS6S, 3 vols. p. 81 o. 

Homes, Rev. Henry Augustus, 1S1 2-1888, b m 
Boston Mass, graduated at Arnherst in 1S3G, studied 
at Andover and Yale Theological Seminaries, pursued 
Orientil ^tidies at Pans, France, and was ordained as a 
missionary to Turkey of the Egl^e ReTorme'e He was 
atterwards connected with the American board of mis- 
sions and with the diplomatic service of the United 
States, and in 1854 became assistant hbranin, in 3878 
senior librarian, of the State library at Albany, NY. 
1 The Keed of the Yezedee* of Mesopotamia, 1842 2. 
Observations en the Design and Import of Medals, 
Albany, 1S63, 8\o, 3 Our Knowledge of California and 
the Northwest Coast One Hundred Year? Sinoe, Albany, 
1870, 8vo 4. The Palatine Emigration to England in 
1709, Albany, 1871, Svo 5 (Trans ) r jhe Akhemy of 
Happiness, from the Turkish of Al Ghazzah, Albany, 
1ST 4, Svo 6 The Water-Supply ot CoustantiuopJe, 
1876 7. The Future Development of the New \ ork 
State Library, 187S* 8. The Pompey (New York) Stone, 
1881 6 The Correct Arms of the State of Kew York, 

Homes, Mrs, Mary Sophie, (Shaw,) ("Millie 
Mayfield," pseud.,} b about 1830, at Frederick, Md ; 
married to Norman Rogers, and after his death to Lutber 
Homes 1 Came Harrington , or, Scenes in New Or- 
leans 1ST York* 185fr 2 Progression; or, The South 
Defended, [verse,] 1868, 12mo, rf. A Wreath of Bbymes. 
Pbila., 1869, 12mo 

Hone, Annie M* Our Nellie; or, Found in the 
Factory a Story of Real Life, Lon , 1886, 18mo. 

Hone, Ethel. Emgton Priory a Talc, Lon , 1864, 
3 yols. p 8vo 

Hone, Josiah* Tales of the Spirit World, Lon , 
1869, er 870 

Hone, Yen, Richard Brindley, [ante, vol i, 
add ] 1 The Future Life of Blessedness, Lon., 1865, 
12mo 2 The "Words of Institution are they to be 
understood Literally or Figuratively? Lon, 1868, Svo 
^ A Short Catechism on Confirmation, Lon., 1878, p. 
Svo Also, charges, &o. 

Honey, Charles Robertson. A Translation 
mto Engluh Verse of Virgil's Fourth Georgio, Learning- 
ton T ISotf, Svo. 

Honey in an, A. V.P. (Ed.) Abridgment of the 
Revised fctotutes aad of the Amended Constitution of 
New Jersey, Somemlle, 1873, 16mo. 

Honeyman, "David. Giants and Pigmies, (Geo- 
logical ) Earth's Order of Formation and Life, aad Har- 
mony of the Two Record*, Halifax, N S 1887, Svo 

Honey man, John* Trades- Unionism the Blight 
of British Industries and Cotmneree, Glasgow, 1S77, 8 v*> 

Honeyman, William C* Luckless Peter Pirlie 
& Humorous Sketch. Story, Lon ,, 1SSO, 12mo ; new ed , 

Honey wood, James. I, A Popular Treatise on 
Consumption, Lon v IS-ii, Svo 2 Hints to the Young 
m Certain Diseases, Lon., 18&5, Svo. S Hiats to Both 
Sexes, Lon, 1S61, 12^^* 

Honeywood, Patty, Poems, Loa., 1S4, 12mo. 

Honigberger, J. M. Thirty-Five Years in the 
Dart, Lon^ 1S52, 2 vols* Svo 

Hood, Alfred. I. The Life and Teachings of 
Jesus, Lon^ 1977, p. Svo. 2, The Prophet of Namreth 
and faifc Messag^e, Lon , 1SS6, p. 8vo* 3. The Lord's 
Pmjer for Youn^ People, Lon*, 1S88, p Svo 

Hood, Donald William Charles, M.D., 


M.R C P , physician to the West London Hospital Dis- 
eases and their Commencement Lectures to Trained 
Nurses, delivered at the West London Hospital, Lon, 
1886, p Svo 

Hood, Rev. Edwin Paxton* [ante, vol i , add ,] 
1820-1S85, b in Westminster, and educated privately, 
begin his ministry in the Congregational Church an 
18o2, held pastorates in London was for nwny years 
editor of the Eclectic Review, and from 1871-1875 ed- 
ited the Preacher's Lantern The following list of his 
publications includes the only one mentioned by name 
ante, vol i. 1 The Age and its Architects Ten Chap- 
ters on the English People in Relation to the Times, 
Lon , 1&.50, 12mo 2 Genius and Industry, Lon , 1851, 
ISino. 3 The Good Old Times of Queen Bess, Lon , 
185l,18aio. 4 John Milton, the Patriot and Poet, Lon , 

1851, 12mo 5 The Literature of Labour, Lon, 1851, 
12mo 6 Old England Historic Pictures, Lon , 1851, 
IStno 7 Self-Educition, Lon, 1851, 12mo 8 The 
Dark Days of Queen Mary, Loo, I8ol, 12tnn 9 The 
Mental and Moral Philosophy of Laughter, Lon,, 1852, 
16mo. 10 The Uses of Biognphy, Lon, 1852, 12mo 
11 Common-Sense Arguments in Anecdotes, Lon , 

1852, 12ino 12. Dreamland and Ghostlaad, Lon , 1852, 
12ino. 13, Hammers and Ploughshares a Book for the 
Labourer, Lon , 1852, 12 mo H Andrew Marvell, the 
Wit, Statesman, and Poet, Lon., 1853, 12mo. 15 Swe- 
denborg a Biography and an Exposition, Lon , 1856, 
12ino 16. "William Wordsworth a Biography, Lon , 
1856, 12mo 17 The Earnest Minister, a Record of 
the Lxfe, and Selections from the Writings, of the Rev 
B Parsons, Lon , 1856, Svo. 18. A Book of Temper- 
ance Melodies with Airs, new ed , 1853, 12mo 19 
Havelock the Broad Stone of Honour, Lon, 1858, 
ISino 20 Self- Formation, [a new ed of " Self-Educa- 
tion,"] Lon , 1858, 12mo , 4th ed , 1883 21 Sermons, 
Lon , 1 859, p 8vo, 22. The Peerage of Poverty, Lon , 
185SMI, two series, p. Svo, 5th ed , 1870 23. Blind 
Amos and his Velvet Principles Proverbs and Para- 
bles for Young Folk, Lon , 1859, 16mo, 5th ed , 1870 
24- l>a.rk bayings on a Harp, and other Sermons, Lon , 
1865, p Svo, 2d ei, 1870 25 Lamps, Pitchers, and 
Trumpets Lectures delivered to Students for the Min- 
istry, on the Vocation of the Preacher, Lon , 1867, p 
Svo (The author writes, '* I have given to this lecture 
this title, because words are lamps, are pitchers, and are 
trumpets Preaching to the intellect . is as a lamp , 
. . preaching to the conscience is as a trumpet, . . 
preaching to the experience is as a pitcher ") 

* The one qualification for a lamp, pitcher, or trumpet 
seems to be au unbounded flow ot mother wit and animal 
spirits, with the power of combining unlimited fun and 
chaff with Scriptural language and ideas " Sal Jteu , xxv 

26 The World of Anecdote an Aceumulition of 
Facts Incidents, find Illustrations, Historical and Bio- 
gmphical, from Books and Times Recent and Remote, 
Lon , 1S69, p. Bvo, new ed., 1884 27 The World of 
Moral and Religious Anecdote, Lon. , 1870, p Svo , new 
ed , I8S5 28. Bye- Path Meadow, Lon., 1870, p Svo , 2d 
eoE M 1S85 29. Thomas Bmney his Mind, Life, and 
Opinion*, Lon , 1874, p Svo. 30. The Villages of the 
Bibfe, Lon., 1874, or. Svo. 81. Thomas Carlyle Philo- 
sophic Thinker, Theologian, Historian, and Poet, Lon , 
1875, p Svo. 

* The most vulgar, sensational, improbable story that we 
have been forced to read in the course of this year does 
not betray a more complete absence of judgment or of 
culture than his book on Mr Carlyle "Ath^ No 2485 

32 Isaac Wafts . his Life and Writings, his Home and 
Friends, Lon , 1875, Svo 33 The Rommce of Biogra- 
phy t Lon , 1876, p 8vo. 34. Vignettes of the Great Re- 
vival of the Eighteenth Century, Lon f 1880, sq. 16mo , 
new ed., 1887. *5. Robert Raikes of Gloucester, Lon , 
1880, Svo. 36. The Day, the Book, and the Teacher, 
Lon , 1880, p Svo. 37. Robert Hall, (" Men Worth Re- 
membering,") Lon , 1881, p. Svo 38. Christmas Evans, 
the Preacher of Wild Wales, his Country > his Times, 
and his Contemporaries, Lon., I $81, p Svo , 3d ed , 1888 

"In Christmas Evans, the great Wel^h preacher, his 
times, and his contemporaries, Mr Paxton Hood has found 
a good subject and has produced an interesting book 
The story that Hr Hood has to tell and the men and 
scenes he lias to describe, lend themselves readily to a 
picturesqjteness of treatment that would generally strike 
us as strained and exaggerated*" Spectator, Iv 900 

39, Oliver Crorowel4 hi<* Life, Times, Bat^e- Fields, 
and Contemporaries, Lnn , 1882, er. Svo , 2d ed., 1884 
40. Scottish Characteristics, Lon., 158% p, Svo. 


" A model of adroit book making The result, how- 
ever, is to collect a large number oi characteristic anec- 
dotes in a com euiem iorm "Atli , No 2903 

41 The World of Pioverb and Parable, Lou , 1884, r 
8vo 42 The Throne of Eloquence (She it Pieaehers, 
Ancient and Modern, Lon, 1885, p bvo 4i The King's 
Windows or, Glimpses of the Wonderful Works of God, 
Lon , 1885, sq 16mo 44 The Vocation of the Pieacher, 
Lon, Ib86, p Svo Poth (Ihe second volume of an 
intended seiie^ of which. "The Thione of Eloquence" 
was the hist It contains cbaptets on the " Place ot the 
Pulpit m Poetry ind Fiction," and Mimlar subjects, and 
biographical sketches of Cardinal Newuian, Dr Faber, 
and other emini nt pieachers ) 

It is interesting, picturesque, \ivacious eloquent, from 

J .umug to end* 1 Acad, xxxi 25 
tood, Mrs. Emma Nelson. Bob Dean, or, Our 
oth^r Boarder, Phila , 1882, 12rao. 

Hood, Frances Hamilton. Maud Mansfield . a 
Novel, M icon Ga , 187b, 12mo 

Hood, Henry John, M A , b 1845 , graduated at 
Biasenofae College, Oxford, 1868, called to the bar at the 
Inner Temple 1870 With CHALLTS, HENKY WILLIAV, 
The Con\eyancing Acts 1881 and 1882 and the Settled 
Land Act, 1882 with Commentaries, 2d ed, with Sup- 
plement, LOB., 1884-85, 8vo 

Hood, Rev. Jame* Walker, DD, b 1831, in 
Kennett township, Chester Co , P , was st-nt to Noith 
Carolina 111 1864 as the first colored missionary to the 
freedmen, and in 1872 was consecrated Bishop of the 
African Methodist Episcopal Church (Ed ) The Negro 
m the Christian Pulpit, Raleigh, 1884 

Hood, John Bell, 1831-1879, b at Owingsville, 
Kj , graduated at the US Military Academy 1853, 
major-general in the Confederate nrmy dming the civil 
war. Advance and Retreat Personal Experiences m 
the United States and Confederate States Armies Edited 
by General Bea uregard N Ot leans, 1880, 8vo 

"It -was evidently begun as an an&wer to the strictures 
on General Hwd'& campaign of 1864 in Georgia and Ten- 
nessee which General Joseph E Johnston had mad* in his 
1 Narrate e,' and probably grew into larger proportions 
than the author had flnbt intended He vehemently 
insibts that he deserved victorv, it he did not achieve it 
His book mufat be judged for what it is, a \ erj sincere 
but controveisial defence of his policv as an army com- 
mander, and not as a systematic tontnbutiou to exact hi&- 
tory It will have a peimanent \alue of its o\\ n and will 
(as we think it should) modify fa^ ombly the judgment of 
the world upon his last important campaign "-"Nation, 
xxx 236,254 

Hood, Maxwell. Her Idol a Novel, Lon 7 1375, 
3 vols p 8vo 

Hood, Peter, M D [ante, vol i , add ,] 1809-1890, 
b, at Gatesheud, Eng , received hn medical education 
at St, George's Hospital 1 The Successful Treatmt nt 
of Scarltt Fever, also, Obrrvations on the Pathology 
and Treatment of Crowing Inspiration* in Infants, Lon , 
1857, p Svo. 2. On the Treatment of Sprained Ankle, 
Lon t 1858, 8vo 3 A Treatise on Gont, Rheumatism, 
and the Allied Affections with Chnpters on Longevity 
and Sleep, Lon , 1871, p Svo, -id ed , 1885 

Hood, Rev. Jlobert, of the Evangelical Church 
Union, Bndgeton, Eng A Run to Italy, Glasgow, 1882, 

Hood, T. H. Notes of a Cruise in H M S. Fawn," 
in the We-t< rn Pacific, in 1862 IlluH Lon , 186*, Svo. 

Hood, Thomas, 1835-1874, son of Thomas Hood, 
(q v t ante, vol. i ) b nt Wan^tead, Essex, educated at 
University College School, Louth Gnirn mar- School, and 
Pembroke Colhge, Oxfoid, wheie he passed the exam- 
ination but did not take his degree, He illustrated some 
of his father's comic verges and edited various editions 
of his works In 1865 he became editor of Fun. Be- 
sides the books mentioned below, he furnished the text 
for some pictorial publications 1. Pen and Pencil Pic- 
tures Illu-t. Lon , 1857, p Svo 2. The Daughters of 
King Daber, and other Poems, Lon , 1861, fp Svo 3 
Quips and Cranks Illust Lon,18ftl,p $vo 4 The 
Loves of Tom Tucker and Little Bo- Peep a Rhymmg 
Rigmarole, Lon, 1862, 4to 5. A Deputed Inheut- 
ancet the Story of a Cornish Family, Lon, 186,*, p* 
8vo; 2d ed , 1865 6 Vere Verekei's Vengeance a 
Sensation in Several Paroxysms Illu-t Lon , 1864, 
12raoj new ed, 1868. 7 Rainbow's Best, and other 
Stones* Lon., 1864, 12mo 8 Jingles and Jokes for the 
Little Folks, Lon , 186*% p Svo. 9. C vpram Maseru's 
Children* a Not el, Lon t 1866, 8 vol* p Svo 10 A 
Golden Heart 1 A Not el, Lon , 1867, A vols p Svo 11 
The Lost Linfc a Novel, Lon , 1868, 3 vols. p Svo 12 


Comic Readings in Prose and Verse : Selected, Lon., 1869, 
2 vols. 12mo. 13. The Rules ot Rhyme : a Practical 
Guide to English Versification, Lon., 1869, 12mo; new 
ed., 1877. 14. Petsetilla's Posy : a Fairy-Tale. Illust. 
Lon, 1870, 16mo. 15. Money's "Worth: a Novel, Lon., 
1870, 3 vols. p. 8vo. 16. The Pleasant Tale of Puss and 
Robin, and their Friends Kitty and Bob, Lon., 1871, r. 
8vo. 17. Love and Valour, Lon, 1871, 3 vols. p. 8vo. 
18. (Ed.) The Book of Modern English Anecdotes : Hu- 
mour, Wit, and Wisdom, Lon, 1872, 16mo. 19. (Ed.) 
The Book of Modern Anecdotes: English Irish 
Scotch, Lon., 1873, p. 8vo. 20. From Nowhere to the 
North Pole. Illusfc. Lon., 1874, 12mo. 21. Life in 
Lodgings. Illust. Lon., 1877, p 8vo. 22. Hood in 
Scotland: Reminiscences of Thomas Hood, Poet and 
Humourist, Lon., 1885, 4to. With ARCHER, T., Great 
Fun Stories. Illust. Lon., 1866, 4to. With HOOD, JANE, 
(MBS. F. F. BRODBRIP:) 1. Fairy-Land: for the Rising 
Generation, Lon., 1860, sq, 16mo. 2. Excursions into 
Puzzledom, Lon., 1879, Svo; new ed., 1884. And see 
BRODERIP, MRS. F. F., supra. 

Hood, Thomas H* Cockburn* The House of 
Cockburn of that Ilk, and the Cadets thereof: with His- 
torical Anecdotes of the Times in which many of them 
played a Conspicuous Part, Edm., 1888, 4to. Privately 

Hood, Wharton Peter, M.D., M.R.C.S. On 
Bone-Setting (.so called) and its Relation to the Treat- 
ment of Joints crippled by Injuries, <fcc., Lon., 1871, p. 

Hooe, William* 1. Authors of the Day; or, List 
of the Literary Profession for 1879, Lon., 1879, 12mo. 
2. Sculptors of the Bay : a List of the Profession in 
1880, Lon., 1880, or. Svo. 3. Sharping London, Lon., 
1880, 8vo. 4. A Collection of Metaphors, Phrases, and 
Sayings common in Private, Commercial, and Political 
Life, Lon., 1881, 12mo. 

Hook, Anne Delicia. Some Meditations for 
Every Day in the Year. Edited by W. F. Hook. New 
ed., rev., Lon., 1864, 2 vols. Svo. 

Hook, Rev. Cecil, M.A., son of W. F. Hook, 
infra; graduated at Christ Church, Oxford, 1867; or- 
dained 1868; vicar of All Saints', Leeds, since 1876. 
Parochial Offices, Lon., 1884, Svo. 

Hook, S. P. Butler. 1. The Practice of the 
London Court of Bankruptcy, &c., Lon., 1872, Svo. 2. 
The Ballot Act, 1872, Lon., 1872, 12mo. 

Hook, Stella JLouise. Little People in their 
Homes m Meadows, Woods, and Water. Illust. Lon., 
1888, p. Svo. 

Hook, Rev. Walter, M.A., son of W. F. Hook, 
infra ; graduated at Christ Church, Oxford, I860; or- 
dained 1863; rector of Woolavmgton, Sussex, 1868-72, 
and since then of Porlock, and also of Stoke Pero since 
1887. 1. (Ed.) A Book of Family Prayer; fiom 
Bishop Andrewes, Ac., Chichester, 1869, Svo; 2d ed., 
Oxf., 1885. 2. The Proper Names in Holy Scripture, 
Accented, Oxf, 1870, Svo. With THORNE, E. H., An- 
thems and Introits used in Chichester Cathedral, Chich- 
ester, 1866, Svo. With STEPHENS, Rev. W. R. W., 
(ed.) A Church Dictionary. By W. F. Hook. Four- 
teenth Edition, adapted to the Requirements of the 
Present Bay, Lon., 1887, Svo. And see HOOK, W. F., 
inft a. 

Hook, Very Rev. Walter Farquhar, D.D, 
F.R.S., [ante, vol. i, add.,] 1798-1875, b. in London; 
educated at Winchester, and at Christ Church, Oxford, 
graduating m 1821; ordained 1821; vicar of Trinity 
Church, Coventry, 1829 ; vicar of Leeds L837-59 ; dean 
of Chichester from 1859. He was regarded as a leader 
of the High Church party, hut he stood aloof from that 
section of it which showed an inclination towards the 
Church of Rome, while his zeal and ability in the pro- 
motion of ' church, extension," general education, and 
the elevation of the laboring classes gained him general 
respect and admiration. For biog., see STEPHENS, Hwv. 
W. R. W., ^nfra. } . The Last Days of Our Lord's Min- 
istry: a Course of Lectures, 1832, Svo. 2. A Book of 
Family Prayer, Lon., 1836, 12mo; 9ta ed., 1883. 3. 
Five Sermons preached before the University oC Oxford, 
Oxf., 1837, Svo. 4. The Three Reformations r Lutheran 
r-Roman Anglican, Lon., 1847, Svo. b The Nonentity 
of .Romish Saints, and the Inanity of Romish Qrdi* 
nances, kon,, W&, Svo j 3d ed., 1850. 6. Discourses 
bearing on the Controversies of the, Present Day, fcan^ 
1853, Svo, 7. laves of the Archbishops of Canterbury, 
Lon., 1860-76^ J2 vols. Svo. (Vol. u, Anglo Saxon 


Period; vol. ii., Anglo-Norman Period; vols, iii.-v., 
Middle-Age Period; vols. vi.-xi., (which are also num- 
bered as New Series, vols. i.-vi.,) Reformation Period ; 
vol. xii., Index. The work ends with the Life of Arch- 
bishop Juxon.) 

"There are historians more capable than Dr. Hook of 
dressing up a pretty picture, of trotting out a novelty in a 
taking shape. ... But we believe thar there is none who 

<k It is painful to be obliged to say that the book is not 
only unworthy of Bean Hook's well-earned reputation, 
but that it is almost entirely destitute of any historical 
or biographical \alue. It is full of mistakes, small and 
great, lull of random accusations against persons and par- 
ties, which, no attempt is made to substantiate "SAMUEL 
R GAKDINEB : Acad., vin. 467, (notice of vol. xi ) 

8. The Christian taught by the Church Services, Lon., 
1865, fp ; new ed., 1868, 32mo. 9. The Disestablished 
Church in the Republic of the United States : a Lecture, 
Lon , 1S69, Svo. 10 A Charge to the Clergy of Chich- 
ester, Lon., Oxf., and Cambridge, 1872, Svo. Anon. 
11. The Church and its Ordinances. Edited by Rev. 
\Valter Hook. Lon , 1876, 2 vols. Svo. 12. Parish Ser- 
mons. Edited by Rev. Walter Hook. Lon., 1879, p. 
Svo; new ed, 1881. Also, numerous single sermons, <fce. 

Hooke, J. J. The Sciences Epitomized, Lon., 

Hooke, Theodore. "Faith" reran* "Forms:" 
What is a Priest ? being Three Lectures on Ritualism, 
Ac., Lon., 1S72, Svo. 

Hooker, Fanny, ("Ernest Hoven," pseud.) 1. 
The Man with Two Shadows, Phila., 1869, 12mo. 2. 
Neither Rome nor Judah, Phila., 16mo. 3. Captive, yet 
Conqueror : a Tale of the First Christian Century. Illust. 
N. York, 1882, 12mo 4. Turning- Points; or, The Boys 
of Dr. Starbrook's School, Phila., 1 888, 12mo. 

Hooker, Mrs. Frances Harriet* (Trans.) A 
General System of Botany; from the French of E. Le 
Maout, M D., and J. Decaisne: with Additions by Sir 
J . D. Hooker. Illust. Lon., 1 87o, imp. Svo ; 2d ed., 1 876. 

Hooker, Gilbert Nethersole* Introductory 
Lessons in Plane Trigonometry, Lon., 1888, ISmo. 

Hooker, Mrs* Isabella Beecher, b 1822, at 
Licbfield, Conn. ; daughter of Lyinan Beecher, D.D., 
(q. v., ante, vol. i. ;) married, 1841, to John Hooker, 
infra. Womanhood : its Sanctities and Fidelities, Bost., 
1873, 16mo. 

Hooker, John, lawyer, of Hartford, Conn. (Ed.) 
Connecticut Supreme Court of Errors Reports, vols. 
xxv.-xxxviii., (1856-71,) 4 vola. ; vols. xxxix.-l., 12 
vols., Hartford and K. York, 1872-83, Svo. 

Hooker, Sir Joseph Dalton, M.D., C.B., 
K.C.S.I , F.R.S., F.L S., D.C.L., LL.D., [ante, vol. i., 
add.,] b. 1817 ; was appointed assistant director of Kew 
in 1855, and on tfce death of his father, Sir W. J. 
Hooker, (<?. ., inf>a,} m 1865, became sole director, de- 
voting himself thenceforth in great measure to the in- 
crease of the collections there and the extension of its field 
of operation. He resigned this pOFt in 1885. In 1868 he 
presided over the British Association, his address being 
an advocacy and popular explanation of Darwinism, and 
from 1873 to 1878 he served as president of the Royal 
Society. 1. Hand-Book of the New Zealand Flora, Lon., 
1864, Svo. 2. Icones Plantarum; or, Figures with De- 
scriptive Characters of New and Rare Plants from the 
Kew Herbarium. Third Series. 1 87 0, '3 vols. r. Svo. (For 
the first and second series, see HOOKER, SIR W. J., ante, 
vol. i.) 3. The Student's Flora of the British Islands, 
Lon., 1870, 12mo ; ,3d ed., 1884. 4. The Flora of British 
India. Parts I -X. Lon., 1872-83. 5. Botany, (" Science 
Primers.") Illust. Lon., 1S76, ISmo ; new ed., 1884. 
With BALL, JOHN, Journal of a Tour in Morocco and 
the Great Atlas: including the Geology of Morocco, 
by George Maw. Maps and Illust. Lon., 1878, Svo. 

" Although botanical research was the main object of 
the journey, two such practised observers have also much 
to tell of the life, ways, habits, and manners of the na- 
tives,' 1 &rf. J5., xlvii. 834. 

With THOMSON, THOMAS, Flora Ipdiea : being a Sys- 
tematic Account of the Plants of British India: vol, i., 
Lon,; 18&5, Svo. (No more published.) See, also, BEN- 

THAM, GfcQROB, wprtt, 

Hooker* Sir William Jackson, F.R.S., D.C.L., 
LUD,, [cMfei.ToL i. add.,] 1785-1865. J. Bryologia, 
Britannica, Lon., 1S55, Svo. 2, Filices ExoticSB j or, 
Coloured Figures and Inscriptions of Exotic Ferns, 
lion., I8a$, r, 4to, 3. A Second Century of Ferias, Lon., 
1S6(X Svo, 4. Garden Feras : Coloured Figures an<| 


Descriptions, Lou., 1862, Svo. 5. British Ferns : Col- 
oured Figures and Descriptions, Lon., 1862, r. 8vo. With 
BAKER, J. G., F.L S., Synopsis Filicium ; or, A Synop- 
sis of All Known Ferns accompanied by Figures repre- 
senting the Essential Character of Each Genus, Lon., 
1868, Svo. 

Hooker, Worthington, [ante, vol. i., add.,] d. 
1867. 1. A First Book in Chemistry, N. York, 1862, sq. 
4to; new ed., 1877. 2. Science tor the School and 
Family Part L, Natural Philosophy; Part II., Chem- 
istry ; Part III., Mineralogy and G-eology, N. York and 
Lon., 1863-65, 3 vols. 12mo; 2d ed., enl., 1878. 

Hookham, Mrs. Mary Ann. The Life and 
Times of Margaret of Anjou, Queen of England and of 
France; and of her Father, Rene* "the Good," King 
of Sicily, Naples, and Jerusalem : with Memoirs of the 
House of Anjou, Lon., 1872, 2 vols. Svo. 

" She is just a little too indiscriminate in her admiration ; 
and, while she evidently means to do them justice, she 
often really waters down the characters of those whom 
she describes by terms of undi&tinguihhing eulogy . . 
Mrs Hookham has collected her materials with consider- 
able assiduity but she would have added greatly to their 
value had she but shown some critical discernment worthy 
of so much industry. . . Few biographies, however, are 
more interesting than those of Rene" and Margaret of 
Anjou, and Mis Hookham has made a readable book by 
merely telling the story of these two remarkable lives to- 
gether Ath , No. 2320. 

Hoole, Rev. Charles Holland, M.A., gradu- 
ated at Magdalen College, Oxford, 1859; ordained 1862; 
senior student of Christ Church, Oxford, since 1861. 1. 
An Analytical Paraphrase of the Republic of Plato, 
Oxf., 1861; 2d ed., 1875. 2. The Church and the Meth- 
odists: a Few Remarks on Recent Proposals for their 
Reunion, Lon., 1868, Svo. 3. (Trans.) The Shepherd 
of Hermas, in English Verse, Lon., 1870. 4. (Trans.) 
The Apostolic Fathers j the Epistles of St. Clement, St. 
Ignatius, St. Barnabas, St. Polycarp ; together with the 
Martyrdom of St. Ignatius and St Polycarp, Lon., 1872, 
cr. Svo , 2d ed., 1885. 5. St. Peter's Visit to Rome, Lon , 
3873. 6. Poems and Translations, Lon M 1875, 16mo; 
new ed., 1S82* 7, Hermione a Tragedy, [verse,] Lon., 
1877, 12mo. (Includes sonnets.) 8. The Return of 
Ulysses [a tragedy,] 1880. 9. The Classical Element 
in the New Testament considered as a Proof of its 
Genuineness: with an Appendix on the Oldest Author- 
ities used in the Formation of the Canon, Lon., 1888, Svo. 

Hoole, Clarke* The Heir of Regnault: a Novel, 
Lon., 1874, p. Svo. 

Hoole, Elyah, [ante, vol. i., add.,] 1798-1872. 
The Lady's Tamil Book, Lon., 1859, Svo. 

Hoole, Henry. The Science and Art of Training : 
a Hand-Book for Athletes, Lon., 1SS8, Svo. 

Hooper , Alfred Bray. Songs of Leisure Hours, 
Bradford, 1867, Svo. 

Hooper, Benjamin, b. 1807, in Worcester, Eng ; 
resided m Manchester for more than forty years. 1. 
Stray Leaves from the Journal of a Naturalist. 2. The 
Ciuij-e of the " Nelly," 1870. 

Hooper, Charles E. 1. The Mexicans: a Ro- 
mance, [verse,] Lon., 1883, cr. Svo. 2. Tiinoleon: a 
Drama, in Five Acts, Lon., 1883, p. Svo. 

Hooper, E. Our Nurseries and School-Rooms: 
Remarks on. Home Training and Teaching, Lon., 1S73, 
p. Svo. 

Hooper, Rev* Francis John Bodfield, d. 
1888, graduated at Christ's College, Cambridge, 1834 j 
ordained 1834 j rector of Upton Warren, Worcestershire, 
1836. 1. The Old and New Dispensations Contra-ted, 
Lon., 1844. 2. Palinoni : an Essay on the Chronograph- 
ical and Numerical Systems in Use among the Ancient 
Jews : to which is added an Appendix, containing an Ex- 
amination of the Assyrian, Egyptian, and other Ancient 
Chronographies, <fcc., <&c., Lon., 1851, Svo, Anon. 3. A 
Guide to the Apocalypse, Lon,, 1853, Svo. 4. A Quietus 
for the Coming Struggle: with a Demonstrated Answer 
to the Question, Is either Beast of Rev. xiii. the Papacy * 
By a Presbyter. Lon , 1853, Svo. 5. The Revelation 
of Jesus Christ by John Expounded, Lon., 1861, 2 vots. 
8yo. 6. Reply to Dr. Wild: a Defence of the Bishops 
and the Memorialists, 1861, Svo. 7. The Kingdom of 
the Heavens, Lon., 1870, Svo. 8. Endless Sufferings 
the Doctrine of Scripture, Lon., 1877, Svo. 9. Reci- 
procity: Over-Production v. Over-Consumption, Lon., 
1879, Svo. 10. AH Religion Supernatural, Lon., 1879, 
Svo, 11. Daniel's Mysteries Unveiled, Lon., 1887, Svo. 

Hooper, Frederic E* E The Indian Revolt : a 
Poem. Part I, Lon., 1S58, $vo. 


Hooper, George, 1824-1890, b. at Oxford; became 
a journalist in London about 1844, writing successively 
for the Leader, the Spectator, of which he was for a 
time sub-editor, the Globe, and the Army and Navy 
Gazette, to which he contributed a series of articles 
during the civil war in America, explaining and fre- 
quently anticipating the movements of the armies in the 
neld. In 1868 he went to India, and edited the Bombay 
Gazette for three years. From 1S72 to the end of 1886 
he was on the staff of the Daily Telegraph, and after- 
wards wrote for the Globe, the Spectator, and the Syd- 
ney Morning Herald. Besides the works mentioned 
below, he wrote the account of the Crimean war and of 
the Indian Mutiny in Cassell's History of England. 1. 
The Italian Campaigns of General Bonaparte in 1796-7 
and 1800, Lon., 1859, p. Svo. 2. Waterloo: the Down- 
fall of the First Napoleon : a History of the Campaign 
of 1815. Maps and Plans. Lon., 1862, Svo. 

" A most valuable contribution to English historical lit- 
erature " Sat. Rev , xv 152. 

" The best account of the battle of Waterloo ever wnt- 
ten" Ath, No 3116. 

3. Army Organization, Lon., 1871, Svo. 4. The Cam- 
paign of Sedan : the Downfall of the Second Empire, 
August-September, 1870, Lon., 1887, Svo. 

11 Though we think it might have been better done, and 
defects and omis&ions may be seen in it, it certainly is the 
befet history of the great contest in the English language." 
W. O'CONNOR MOBRIS : Acad , xxxii. 175. 

5. Life of Wellington, ("Men of Action/') Lon , 1889, 
p. Svo. 

Hooper, Col. George W. Down the River j or, 
Practical Lessons under the Code Duello. By an Ama- 
teur. N.York, 1874. 

Hooper, Henry. Wash. Boltor, M.D.; or, The 
Life of an Orator. By Ducdame. Lon., 1872. 

Hooper, Mrs. Jane Margaret, (Winnard,) 
wife of George Hooper, supra. 1. Arbell : a Tale for 
Young People, Lon., 1847, 12mo. 2. Recollections of 
Mrs. Anderson's School, Lon., 1851, 12mo. 3. Little 
Maggie and her Brother : a Sketch for Children, Lon., 
1861, fp. Svo. 4. Fanny and Arthur, Lon., 1862, 16mo. 
5. A Young Man's Love, Lon., 1873, 3 vols. p. Svo. 6. 
The House of Raliy; or, Our Lady of Darkness: a 
Novel, Lon., 1874, p. 8vo; new ed., 1884. 7. Prince 
Pertmax : a Fairy- Tale. Illust. Lon., 18S3, 4to. 

Hooper, Rev. John Willmore, graduated at 
Hatfield Hall, Duiham, 1S65; ordained 1865; curate of 
Hexham 1866-70; rector of Gateshead Fell, Durham, 
since 1870. Sermons preached in Hexham Abbey Church, 
Lon , 1870, p. Svo ; 2d ed., rev., 1872. 

Hooper, Mrs* Lucy Hamilton, b. 1835, in 
Philadelphia ; daughter of B. Muse Jones, a Philadel- 
phia merchant; married, 1854, to Robert M. Hooper. 
She contributed to periodicals, -was for a time assistant 
editor of Lippmcott's Magazine, and since 1874 has re* 
sided in Paris, France, where her husband is U.S. vice- 
consul-general. She is a correspondent of several Amer- 
ican journals. 1. Poems- with Translations from the 
German of Greibel and Others, Phila., 1864, 16mo. 2. 
Poems, Phila., 1871, 12uo. 3. (Trans.) The Nabob; 
from the French of Alphonse Daudet, Bost., Io78, 16mo. 

4. Under the Tricolor; or, The American Colony in Paris: 
a Novel, Pbila., 1880, 12mo. 5. The Tsar's Window, 
("No Name" Ser.,) Bost , 1881, 16mo. 

Hooper, Mary, professor of domestic economy at 
the Crystal Palace School of Art. 1. Hand-Book for the 
Breakfast-Table, Lon., 1873, cr. Svo. 2. Little Dinners : 
how to serve them with Elegance and Economy, Lon., 
1874, cr. Svo; 17th ed., 1883. 

"Just the book which is needed in the English house- 
holoV'- Spectator, xlvii. 887. 

A. Cookeiy for Invalids, Persons of Delicate Diges- 
tions, and Children, Lon., 1S75, p. Svo. 4. Wives and 
Housewives : a Story for the Times, Lon., 1875, p. Svo. 

5. Every- Day Meals : being Economical and Wholesome 
Recipes for Breakfast, Luncheon, and Supper, Lon., 1877, 
er. Svo. (Many later editions.) 6. Ways and Tricks of 
Animals : with Stories about Annt Mary's Pets, Lon,, 
1879, cr. Svo. 7. Our Dog Prm* Illust. Lon., 1880, 
12mo. 8. Lily's Letters from the Farm, Lon., 1880, 
12ino. 9. Good Plain Cookery, Lon., 1882, p, Svo. 

Hooper, Rev. Richard, M.A., graduated at 
Trinity College, Cambridge, 1844; ordained 1845; rec- 
tor and vicar of Upton and Aston Upthorpe, Berkshire, 
since 1862. 1. Music and Musicians (especially Eng- 
lish) to the Days of H. Purcell, Lon , 1855, 12mo. 2. 
(Ed.) Chapman's Homer: the Iliads; the Odysseys j Ba- 


trachomyomachia, Lon., 1857-58, 5 vols. ; Iliad, 3d ed , 
1888, 2 vols.- Odyssey, 2d ed., 1873, 2 vols. 3. A Plea 
for Seasons and Places of Spiritual Retirement. By a 
Priest of the Church of England, Oxf , I860, Svo 4. 
(Ed.) Dryden (Aldine Edition of the British Poets.) with 
Memoir, Lon., 1865, 5 vols fp. Svo. 5. (Ed.) A Practi- 
cal Treatise on Evil Thoughts. By W. Chilcot. Lon., 
1869, 16mo. 6. (Ed.) The Poetical Works of G. Sandys, 
1872, 2 vols. 7. (Ed.) The Complete Works of Michael 
Drayton, 1876, 3 vols. 8. Hymns, &c.; 2d ed., 18S8. 

Hooper, Samuel, 1808-1875, b. at Marblehead, 
Mass.; a Boston merchant, and member of Congress 
from 1851. Currency or Money, its Nature and Uses. 
By a Merchant of Boston. Bost , 1 855. 

Hooper, W. H., and Phillips, W, C. A Man- 
ual of Marks on Potteiy and Porcelain, <fcc. Illust. 
Lon., 1876, 16mo. 

"Small as the book is, . . it contains an immense 
amount of information "Sat. Rev , xlin. 650. 

Hooper, William Hulme, 1827-1854. Ten 
Months among the Tents of the Tuski, Lon., 1853, Svo. 

Hoopes, Josiah, b. 1832, at West Chester, Pa.; 
was one of the founders, and for seven years president, 
of the Horticultural Association of Pennsylvania. The 
Book of Evergreens : a Practical Treatise on the Conif- 
erse, N. York, 1868, 12mo. 

Hooppell, Rev. Robert Eli, M.A., LL.D., 
D.C L., F.R.A.S., graduated at St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, 1855; ordained 1857; principal of Winterbot- 
tom Nautical College, South Shields, 1861-75, and since 
then rector of Byers Green, Durham 1. Tabular Forms 
for facilitating the Calculation of Certain Nautical 
Problems, Lon , 1866. 2. Reason and Religion ; or, The 
Leading Doctrines of Christianity, Lon., 1867, p. Svo. 
3. A Practical Introduction to Navigation and Nautical 
Astronomy being a Collection of Rules, Examples, and 
Exercises, preliminary to those Sciences, Lon., 1871. 4. 
Materialism : Has it any Real Foundation in Science ? a 
Lecture, South Shields, 1874, Svo , 3d ed., Lon., 1876. 
5. On the Signification of the Names of the Roman Sta- 
tions "per Lmeam Valli," &c., 1877, 4to. 6. On the 
Discovery and Exploration of Roman Remains at South 
Shields in 1875-76: with Maps, Plates, <fec M Lon., 1878. 

7. The Bible and Science : Are they at Variance ? 1878. 

8. Vinovium, the Buried Roman City in the County of 
Durham, as revealed by the Recent Explorations, 187y. 

9. Discovery of a Perfect Saxon Church at Escombe, in 
the County of Durham, 1879. 10. Roman Ebchester, 
Durham, 1883. 

Hoose, James H. 1. Studies in Articulation, 
Syracuse, N.Y., 1876, 16mo. 2. On the Province of 
Methods of Teaching : with an Introduction by Charles 
W. Bennett, Syracuse, N.Y., 1879, 16rno. 

Hooton, F. C. Supervisor's Guide: Manual of 
the Road Laws of Pennsylvania : with Decisions, Phila., 
1872, Svo. 

Hope, A. K. Climbing the Ladder; or, Tom Fair- 
bairn's Progress, Edin., 1876, 12ino. 

Hope, Alexander James Beresford. Beres- 
fold-, LL.D., 1820-1887, son of Thomas Hope, author of 
Anastasius, <fcc., (q. v., ante, vol. i. ;) educated at Harrow, 
and at Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated 
1841; M.P. for Maidstone 1841-52 and 1857-58, for 
Stoke-upon-Trent 1865-67, and for the University of 
Cambridge from 1868; member of the Privy Council 
from 18SO. He was the proprietor of the Saturday Re- 
view. 1. Poems, Lon., 1843, 12mo. 2. (Trans ) Hymns 
for the Church, Lon., 1844, fp. Svo. 3. Essays, Lon., 
1844,12mo. 4. Letters on Church Matters. ByD.C.L. 
From the "Morning Chronicle" Lon,, 1851. 5. Pub- 
lic Offices and Metropolitan Improvements, Lon., 1857, 
Svo. 6. The Common Sense of Art : a Lecture, Lon , 
1858, Svo. 7. The English Cathedral of the Nineteenth 
Century. Illust. Lon., 1861, 8ro. 

" Mr. Beresford- Hope's aim is to show how the organiza- 
tion of the Church is to be adapted, materially and mor- 
ally, to the wants of the age." Sat Rev , xi. 643. 

8. The American Disruption : in Three Lectures, Lon , 
1862, Svo. (The three Lectures had been published sep- 
arately in the same year, in four editions.) 9, The 
World's Debt to Art: a Lecture, Lon., 186$, Svo. 10. 
The Social and Political Bearings of the American Dis- 
ruption, Lon., 1863, Svo; 3d ed. same year. 11. The 
Art Workman's Position : a Lecture, Lon., 1864, Svo. 
12. Worship in the Church of England, Lon., 1874 ; 2d 
ed., 1875, Svo. 13. Strictly Tied Up: a Novel, Lon,, 
1880, 3 vols, or. Svoj 3d ed., 1881 j new ed., 1S85, 1 


vol. 12mo. 14. The Brandreths, Lon., 1882, 3 vols. cr, 

" ' The Brandreths' is a sequel to its* author's previous 
work, ' Strictly Tied Up ,* and it must be declared -with 
all sadne&s that the second book is even duller than its 
predecessor, which seemed to realize a rounded ideal of 
dulness " Acad , xxii 255 

15. Worship and Order, Lon , 18S3, Svo. Also, single 

Hope, Andre" e. Chronicles of an Old Inn; or, A 
Few Words about Gray's Inn, Lon., 1887, p. Svo. 

Hope, Mrs. Anne, 1809-1877, wife of James Hope, 
M.D., (q.v., ante, vol. i.) 1. (Trans.) The Acts of the 
Early Martyrs, by P. de Ribadeneira, Lon., 1855; new 
ed., 1S58. 2. (Trans.) The Lives of the Early Martyrs, by 
P. de Ribadeneira, Lon., 1857, new ed , 1S58. 3. The 
Life of St. Thomas a Becket : with a Preface by Father 
Dalgairns, Lon., 1868, 12mo. 4. Conversion of the Teu- 
tonic Race ; Conversion of the Franks and the English. 
Edited by Rev. John Bernard Dalgairns, of the London 
Oratory of S. Philip Neri, Lon., 1872. 5. Sequel to the 
Conversion of the Teutonic Race S. Boniface and the 
Conversion of Germany : with a Preface by Rev. J. B. 
D.ilgairns, Lon., 1872. 6. Franciscan Martyrs in Eng- 
land, Lon., 1S78. 

Hope, Arthur, Sorrento and Inlaid Work, for 
Amateurs. Illust. Chie., 1S77, Svo. 

Hope, Ascott Robert. See MONCRIEFF, ASCOTT 
ROBERT HOPE, infia. 

Hope, Beryl* The Shadow of a Life: a Girl's 
Story, Lon., 1880, 3 vols. cr. Svo. 

Hope, C. From a Bed of Roses, Lon., 1877, cr. Svo. 

Hope, Miss C. George Hope of Fenton Barns : a 
Sketch of his Life. Compiled by his Daughter. Edin., 
1SS1, p. Svo. 

Hope, Mrs. C. W. Elphinstone. The Star of 
the Fames. Illust. Lon., J881, r. Svo. 

Hope, Cecil. Seabury Castle, Phila., 1869, 12mo. 

Hope, Charles Webley. The Education and 
Training of Naval Officers, Edm., 1869, Svo. 

Hope, Elizabeth Reid, Lady, daughter of Sir 
A. T. Cotton ; married, 1877, to Admiral Sir James 
Hope, (d. 1881.) 1. The Blue Dwarf: a Tale, Lon., 
1860, Svo. 2. Sunlight through a Shower, Lon., 1S76, 
16mo. 3. Our Coffee- Room ; 3d ed, Lon., 1876, Svoj 
5th ed. same year. 4. More about our Coffee-Room : 
with a Preface by the Earl of Shaft ebury, Lon., 1877, 
12mo ; 3d ed., 187S. 5. Invitations, Lon., 1877, 32mo. 
6. Sunny Footsteps ; or, When I was a Child, Lon., 
1878, sq. 16mo. 7. Lines of Light on a Dark Back- 
ground, Lon., 1879, 12mo. 8. Gathered Clusters from 
Scripture Pages : a Book for Parents, Teachers, and 
Children, Edm., I860, sq. 16mo. 9. Touches of Real 
Life, Lon , 1880, p. Svo. 10. A Maiden's Work, Lon., 
1881, p. 8vo. 11. Sunrise Gleams; or, Early Morning 
Readings for Every Day m the Month, Lon., 1881, 16mo. 
12. Sunset Rays; or, Evening Readings for a Month, 
Lon., 18S1, ISrao. 13. A Red Brick Cottage, Lon., 
1883, p. Svo. 14. Between Times, Lon., 183, sq. 16mo. 

15. His Handiwork, Lon , 1883, p. Svoj new ed., 1884. 

16. Wild Hyacinths : a Tale, Lon,, 1883, p. Svo. 17. 
White as Snow: a Text and Meditation for Each Day 
of the Month, Lon., 1884, 32mo. 18. Our Golden Key : a 
Narrative of Facts from "Outcast London," Lon., 1S84, 
p. Svo. 19. The Guest-Chamber, Lon., 1884, sq. 16mo. 
20. Estellaj or, Who is my Neighbour? Lon., 1884, p. 
Svo. 21. Down in the Valley, Lon., 1885, p. Svo. 22. 
Pictures of Silver, Lon., 18S5, sq. l&mo. 23. Simple 
Life, Lon., 1885, 3 vols. p. Svo. 24. Through the Gorse : 
a Village Story, Lon,, 1885, 12mo. 25. Changed Scenes ; 
or, The Castle and the Cottage, Lon., 1886, p. Svo. 26. 
Loving Work in the Highways and Byways, Lon., 1887, 
p. Svo. 

Hope, Erica. Linden Grange,* or, Discussions on 
Confirmation* Lon., 1854, 12mo. 

Hope, Eva. Grace Darling, the Heroine of the 
Fame Islands. Illust. N. York, 1883, 12mo. 

Hope, F. T* I/. The Three Homes: a Tale for 
Fathers and Sons, Lon., 1 873, p. Svo. 

Hope, Frances Jane, of Wardie Lodge, near 
Edinburgh. Notes and Thoughts on Gardens and Wood- 
lands. Edited by Anne J. H. JTohnstone. Lon., 1881, 
p. Svo. 

Hope, Mrs. George Curling. 1. Twelve Cro- 
chet Edgings. Illust. Ramsgate, 1847, 24mo. 2. The 
Prize Knitting-Book, Lon., 1848, I6mo. 3. The Rams- 
gate Book of Knitted Lace Edgings, Lon., 1848, 16mo. 



4. (Ed. 1 ) Six Square Doyleys in Crochet, Lon , 1848, two 
series, 16rno. 5. My "Working Friend, Lon., 1850, 16mo. 
6. Aunt Anne's Jftitimaeassars, Hastings, 1367, 16mo. 

Hope, George H. Till the Doctor Comes, and 
How to Help Him, Lon., 1 370, ISmoj Amer. ed., with 
Additions, N York, 1871, 12mo. 

Hope, Helen. Thekla's Decision : a Story of Ger- 
man Life, Lon , 1886, p 8vo. 

Hope, Hester. B-oydenhurst : a Novel, Lon., 
1878, 3 \ols. p. Svo. 

"Hope, I.," (Pseud.) See BROMFIELD, JAMES, 
mpi a 

Hope , J. T. Catalogue of a Collection of Early 
Newspapers and E&savista, Loa., 1866^ Svo. 

Hope, James Barren, 1827-1887, b. at Nor- 
folk, Va,.: educated at William and Mary College, prac- 
tised law, served in the Confederate^ army during the 
civil war, and afterwards settled at Norfolk. 1. Leoni 
di Monti, ind other Poems, Phil.u, 1857, 12mo 2 A 
Collection of Poems, Richmond, 1859, 16mo. 3. An 
Eleginc Ode, and othei Poems, Norfolk, 1875. 4. Under 
the Empire, or, The Story of Madelon, Norfolk, 1878. 

5. Arms and the Man, and other Poems, Norfolk, 1882. 
Hope, James L. A. In Quest of Coolies, Illust. 

Lou , 1872, p. 8vo. 

Hope, John, late surgeon to the court of Gwalior. 
The House of Scmdea: a Sketch, Lon , 1S63, p. Svo. 

Hope, John Walter and M. G. (Trans.) The 
Life of Christ, by B. Weiss, Edin , 188,3-84, 3 vols. Svo. 

Hope, Kate. 1. A Plot of the Present Day, Lon., 
1880, 3 vols. cr, Svo. 2 Our Utopia * its Base and Fall . 
a Farce, in Two Acts, Lon , 1 881, 12ino 

Hope, Louisa Octavia* The Female Teacher- 
her Qualifications and Duties, Lon., 185.3, 12mo. 

Hope, Lydia, A Mother's Idol, Lon., 1882, 3 vols. 
er. Svo. 

Hope, M. J. Louis; or, Doomed to the Cloister: 
& Tale of Religions Life in the Time of Louis XIV. : 
founded on Fact, Lon., 1879, <3 vols. p. 870. 

Hope, Mark. (This is said to be a pseudonyme for 
Eustace Claie Grenville Murray, q. v. t ?// a.} 1. Dark 
and Light Stories, Lon., 1879, p Svo, new ed., 1880. 
2. The Prodigal Daughter: a Story of Female Prison 
Life, Lon., I860, 3 vols. p. Svo, 3. Because of the Angels . 
a Novel, Lon., 1883, 2 vols. cr. Svo. 

Hope, Kobert Charles, l. (Ed,) The Popish 
Kingdome or Keigne of Antichrist. Written in Latin 
Verse by Thomas Naogeorgus and Englysbed by Bar- 
nabe Googe, 1570. Lon., 1881., 2. A Provisional Glos- 
sary of Dialect Place-Nomenclature, Lon., 1882, 2d ed., 
1SS3, sq. 16ino. 3. The Lawn-Tennis Code: Regulations 
for Club Matches, &c., Lon., 1S85, p. Svo. 4. An In- 
ventory of Church Plate in Eutland. Illust. Lon., 1888. 

Hope, Stanley," (Pseud.) See HODGES, 

Hope, T. Radford. "A Visit to Jaemel, and the 
Story of Diane, Leeds, 1852, Svo. 

Hop e -Ed ward es. See EDWARDES. 

Hopgood, James. 1. Disestablishment and Dig- 
endowment of the Church, of England, Lon , 1875, Svo. 
2. An Attempt to define Unitarian Christianity, Lon., 
1877, Svo. 

Hop good, Thomas Frederick, surgeon to the 
Sunderland Infirmary, &c. Notes on Surgical Treatment 
and Minor Operations, Lon,, 18S2, p. Svo. 

Hopkins, Alonzo. G-eraldme: a Souvenir of the 
St. Lawrence, Boat., 1881, 16mo; new ed., 1887. 

Hopkins, Alphonso A. 1. His Prison- Bars, and 
the Way of Escape, [a story,] Rochester, N.Y., 1874, 
12mo. 2. Newspaper Poets; or, Waifs and their Au- 
thors, Rochester, N.Y., 1876, sq. 16moj new ed., Bo*r, 
-1880, 3, John Bremm, Bost., 1877, 12mo 4, Our 
Sabbath Evenings; Home Meditations in Prose and 
Verse, Boat., 1881, 16mo. 5. Sinner and Saint: a Story 
of the Woman's Crusade: a Novel, Bost., 1881, 12mo. 

6. The Life of Clinton Bo wen Fisk: with a Brief Sketch 
of John A, Brooks, N. York, 1888, 12mo 

Hopkins, Casper Thomas, b. 1826, at Allegheny 
City, Pa., son of Rt. Rev. J. H. Hopkins, infra; 
graduated at the University of Vermont 1847, and in 
1849 went to California, where he established an insur- 
ance company. Manual of American Ideas: for the 
Instruction, of Foreigners and Use of Citizens, San Fran., 
1873, Bvo. 

Hopkins, Rev. IK CU The True Cause of all Con- 
tention, Strife, and Civil War in Christian Communities, 
N. York, 163, 


Hopkins, Edward John. The Organ its His- 
tory and Construction . preceded by an Entirely New 
History of the Organ, Memoirs of the Most Eminent 
Builders, <fco., by E. F. Rimbault, Lon., 1855, Svo , 3cl 
ed , 18S7 

Hopkins, Evan, C.E., F G S 1. On the Connection 
of Geology with Terrestrial Magnetism. Illust. Lon., 
1844, Svo; 3d ed., 1S65 2. On the Geology of the 
Gold-Bearing Rocks of the World, and the Gold-Fields 
of Victoria, Melbourne, 1853, Svo. 3. A Short Memoir 
of W. Stuart, Plymouth, 1855, Svo. 4 Cosmogony , or, 
The Principles of Terrestrial Physics, Lon., 1865, 12mo. 

Hopkins, Rev* Evan Henry, graduated at 
King's College, London, 1865 ; ordained 1865 , vicar of 
Holy Trinity, Richmond, Surrey, since 1870. 1. The 
Holy Life a Book for Christians seeking " the Rest of 
Faith," Lon., 1875, 12mo; new ed., 1881. 2. Thoughts 
on Life and Godliness, Lon., 1878, ISmo; 2d ed , 1883. 
3. Chribt our Sanctification, 187S. 4. The Law of 
Liberty in the Spiritual Life, Lon , 18S4, p. Svo. 5. The 
Walk that pleases God, Lon., 1SS7, sq. 16mo. 

Hopkins, Rev. Frank Lawrence, M.A., gradu- 
ated at Tiimty Hall, Cambudge, 1S59; oidaiued 1862; 
Fellow and tutor of Trinity Hall. Elementary Gram- 
mar of the Turkish Language: with Exercises, Lon., 
1877, p. Svo. 

Hopkins, Frederick W, A Manual for the Rut- 
land County Bar, Rutland, Vt., 1852, 16mo. 

Hopkins, George* Ralph's Possession, Bost., 
1873, Svo. 

Hopkins, Hannah H. A Gray Cloud, Lon., 1878, 
p. Svo. 

Hopkins, Harvey L. Law and Pacts on Patents 
and Inventions : a Practical and Legal Business Guide 
for Developing, Patenting, Perfecting, Manufactunng, 
and Operating Inventions, Chic , 1S87, 16mo 

Hopkins, Henry. Three Lectures on Freema- 
sonry, Lon., 185S, 12mo. 

Hopkins, Miss I. T. 1. Cozy-Hous Tales, Bost , 
1869, ISico. 2 Christmas at the Beeches. Illust. 
Bost., ISmo. 3. Summer in the Foiest. Illust. N.Yoik, 
1S71, I6mo. 4. Floy Lmdsley. Illust. N.York, 1875, 
16mo. 5. Ruthie's Venture. Illust. N. York, 1S76, 
16mo. 6. Harry Feummore's Principles, 1877, 12mo. 
7. The Signal Flag, 1879, 16mo. 8. Blue Badge Boys, 
1880, 16rno. 9. Ready and Willing, 1881, 12mo. 10. 
Up to the Mark, 1883, 12mo. 11. Good Time Girls, 
1S84, 12mo. 12. Arrow Head Light. Illust. N.York, 
1887, 12mo. 13. Judge Havisharn's Will, N. Yoik, 1888, 

Hopkins, Miss Jane Ellice, daughter of Wil- 
liam Hopkins, a well-known mathematician. She has 
been engaged for many years in philanthropical labors 
for the instruction and elevation of the poorer classes. 
1. Grave Moral Questions addressed to the Men and 
Women of England, Lon., 1868, IGrno. 2, Hou.o 
Thoughts for Mothers and Mothers' Meetings, Lon , 
1869, 12mo. 3. Work among the Lost, Lon., 1870, sin, 
Svo. 4. An Englishwoman's Work among Working- 
Men : with an Introduction by Ehhu Burritt, New 
Biitain, Conn., 1875, 12mo. 5 Rose Turquand, Lon., 
1S76, 2 vols. cr. Svo. 6. (Ed ) Life and Letters of James 
Hinton: with an Introduction by Sir William Gull, 
Lon., 1878, or. Svo; new ed , 1879. 

"James Hinton's biography has fallen into good hands, 
Miss Ellice Hopkins was Hinton's personal friend, and 
was able, by yirtue of thorough congeniality of disposi- 
tion, to know what he knew, to feel what he felt, to get 
exactly into his point ot view, and to act as interpreter 
between aim and the world . . She writes well, not 
only clearly, but with an eloquenre which sometimes 
rises almost into poetry. . . Sir William Gull also was the 
right man to supply the ' Introduction' to James Hinton's 
biography The life and letters are an illustrative and 
corroborative comment upon Sir William's estimate of his 
friend. The hook i& full of interest, and by no means 
void of instruction," Spectator, li. 444 

7. Christ the Consoler: a Book of Comfort for the 
Sick, Lon., 1879, 12mo. 8. Work amongst Working- 
Men, Lon., 1879, 12mo j 4th ed., 1882, (This is an en- 
larged edition of "An Englishwoman's Work among 

" Miss Hopkms's book is not exclusively concerned with 
her own work. It contains many valuable suggestions 
upon other matters connected with the class fox which &he 
has done so much." Spectator, In. 1646. 

9, Notes on Penitentiary Work, Lon., 1879, 12mo, 10. 
Occupation for the Sick ; or, Practical Suggestions to 
Invalids and those who have the Care of them, Lon,, 
1879, sqi. 16mo; 3d ed., 1S84. 11, Preventive Work,- 


or, The Care of our GUIs, Lon., 1881, Svo 12 On the 
Early Training of Gnls and Boys: an Appeal to Work- 
ing-Women, Lon., 1883, 16mo. 13. Autumn Swallows: 
a Book of Lyrics, Lon., 1883, 12mo. 

"There is a genuine passion and not a little of vivid 
imagination in this volume of lyrics, which seems to sme 
us some measure of the inward force that has gone to 
the making ot Miss Ellice Hopkins's beneficent career " 
Spectator, Ivi 710. 

Hopkins, John Baker, 1. The Yogi's Daugh- 
tei : a Tragedy, m Five Acts, [verse,] Lon., 1854, 8vo. 
2 Words on the War, Lon., 1855, 8vo. 3. Elvire" : a 
Reminiscence of Paris, Lon., 1855, Svo. 4. Not at all 
Nervous : a Farce, Lon., I860, Svo, 5. The Fall of the 
Confederacy, Lon., 1865, p. Svo. 6. A Reasonable Faith, 
Lon , 1865, p Svo. 7. Cosmopolitan Sketches, Lon , 
1867, p. Svo. 8. The English Revolution, Lon., 1868, 
p. Svo. 9. Making the Worst of it. a Novel, Lon., 
1874, 2 vols. cr. Svo. 10. Jack Oakum; or, The Two 
Certificates: a Play, Lon., 1877, Svo. 11. Nihilism: its 
Words and Deeds, Lon., 1879, cr. Svo; 2d ed.. 1881. 
12. Two Turns of the Wheel, Lon , 1SS2, Svo. 

Hopkins, Rt. ttev. John Henry, D.D., [ante, 
vol. i., add.,] 1792-1868. For biog., see HOPKINS, Rev. 
J. H., infra 1. The American Citizen: his Rights and 
Duties, N. York, 1857, 12mo. 2 A Scriptural, Eccle- 
siastical, and Historical View of Slavery, N. York, 1864, 
12mo. 3. History of the Church, in Veise, N. York, 
1866, 12tno. 4. The Law of Ritualism examined in its 
Relation to the Word of God, Ac., N. Yoik, 1867, 12mo. 
5. A Candid Examination of the Question whether the 
Pope is the Great Antichrist of Scripture, N. York and 
Lon., 1868, Svo 

Hopkins, Rev. John Henry, D.D., b. 1820, in 
Pittsburg, Pa.; s-on of the preceding j graduated at the 
University of Vermont 18-J9, and at the General Theo- 
logical Seminary, New York City, 1850; ordained in 
the Protestant Episcopal Church 1850 ; editor and pro- 
prietor of the Church Journal 1853-68; rector of Trin- 
ity Church, Plattsburg, N.Y., 1872, and of Christ 
Church, Wilhamsport, Pa., 1876. 1. The Faith and 
Order of the Protestant Church in the United States, N. 
York, 1863, 12mo. 2. The Three Kings of the Orient : 
a Christmas Carol, N. York, 1865, 4to. 3. Life and 
Times of John llenry Hopkins, Bishop of Vermont. By 
One of his Sons. N. York, 1S68, Svo. 4. Poems by the 
Wayside, N. York, 1883, 12mo. 5. Carols, Hymns, and 
Songs ; 4th ed,, 1887. 

Hopkins, John L. Annotated Penal Laws of 
Georgia, Macon, Ga., 1875, Svo. 

Hopkins, John Waiter. Methodist Bob : a Tale, 
Lon., 185 i, p. Svo. 

Hopkins, Livingston. A Comic History of the 
United States. Illust. N. York, 1876, 12mo; new ed., 

Hopkins, Mrs. Louisa Parsons. 1. Mother- 
hood: a Poem, Bost., 1880, sq. 12rno. 2. Hand-Book 
of the Earth : Natural Methods in Geography, Bost., 
1883, 24mo. 3. Educational Psychology: a Treatise for 
Parents and Educators, Bost, 1886, 24mo. 4. How 
shall my Child be taught? Practical Pedagogy; or, The 
Science of Teaching Illustrated, Bost., 1887, 12mo. 

Hopkins, Manley, H.B.M. Hawaiian consul-gen- 
eral. 1. A Hand-Book of Average: with a Chapter 
on Arbitration, 1857, Svo ; 4th ed., 1884. 2. Hawaii : 
the Past, Present, and Future of its Island-Kingdom : 
an Historical Account of the Sandwich Islands, (Poly- 
nesia :) with a Preface by the Bishop of Oxford, Lon., 
1862, Svo j 2d ed., rev. arid enl., 1 866. 

" A very able and useful account of the Sandwich Islands, 
not only of their physical character, but of their national 
history." Sat. Reu. t xiv. 202. 

3. A Manual of Marine Insurance, Lon., 1867, Svo. 

4. The Port of Refuge; or, Advice and Instructions to 
the Master Mariner, Lon., 1873, p. Svo; ad ed., 1S82. 

5, The Cardinal Numbers : with an Introductory Chap- 
ter on Numbers generally, Lon., 1887, 12ino. 

Hopkins, Rev. Mark, D.D., LL.D., M.D., [ante, 
vol. i., add.,] 1802-1887; resigned the presidency of 
Williams College in 1872, retaining the chair of moral 
and intellectual philosophy established for him in 1836, 
and that of Christian theology, to which he had been 
called in 1858. He retained the pastorate of the college 
church till 1883. 1. Lectures on Moral Science, Bost., 
1S62, 12mo. 2. Baccalaureate Sermons and Occasional 
Discourses, Bost., 18$% 8vo. 8. The Law of Love, and 
Love as a Law; or, Moral Science, Theoretical and 


Practical ; 2d ed , with Strictures by Dr. McCosh, and 
Replies, N. York, 1S70, Svo; new ed, 1881 

"The views of President Hopkins on female suffrage 
differ so much from those of Mr Stuart Mill, that one 
might \\ ell suppose a chapter in his last work on moral 
science was intended as an answer to the English philoso- 
pher, if it were not that the book \vas published several 
months before the more recent work of Mr Mill . . 
The whole inquir