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SOME CONTRIBUTORS TO NEW VOLUMES OF ‘ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA’ ‘British Fossil Cephalopoda,’ ‘The Geological South Africa to Dr Jameson and Mr Cecil Society of London,’ ‘Astronomical Myths,’ ranea ; author of ‘ Early Christian Symbolism ’; Rhodes. w B*.) ‘Yorkshire Lias,’ etc. (J. F. Bl.) Memoirs of Melise Brownlow, Sir James MarEdwar shall, and Mother Rose Columba Adams, O.P.; EL ARE, Prof. William Phipps, Ph.B. ; d William, C.B., F.S.A., V.P.S.S., V.P.R.S.L.

V.P.' Royal Lectures on Slavery and Serfdom, on Church Director School of Mines, University of Arizona, Archaeological Institute since 1900 ; Chief RegisHistory, on Sacerdotalism, on the Catacombs, and territorial geologist of Arizona; author of and other Archaeological subjects ; trans1fU Friendly Societies 1891; President President of ‘Geological Reconnaissance of California,’ Anthropological Institute,since 1895-97; lation of ‘ Cur Deus Homo,’ and ‘ Vitis ‘Silver Ores and Silver Mines,’ etc. (W. P. B.) L01 h ety 19()1; Forei Mystica. (4. W R. B.) ^m; of?AAnthropoiogy Tv! ’1 of Paris,S>L1901; Associate, Society author BLdNDAL, Sigfus, of the University Library, Sir Thomas Lauder, of Building Societies,’ ‘Friendly Societies,’ BR-UNTON, Copenhagen. (S. Bl.) Sc.D., LL.D. (Edin. and Aberd.), F.R.S.;M.D., phySavings Banks in Ninth Edition of ‘ Encv sician to St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London ; BLOUNT, Bertram, F.C.S., F.I.C. ; conVi ent sulting chemist to the Crown Agents for the author of ‘The Bible and Science,’ ‘Text-Book .U£ ? Societies and Industrial Welfare, History of Royal Society of Literaot Pharmacology, Therapeutics, and Materia Colonies; Hon. President Cement Section of (E. W. B.) Medica, ‘ Disorders of Digestion,’ ‘Lectures on International Assoc, for Testing Materials, BR ture. RD ohn R the Action of Medicines.’ (T. L. B.) Buda-Pesth. (B. Bl.) rI.K.S. ?F°, member ’ ? of. Senate v M D.,ofD.Sc.,F.R.C.P., University of BR r N, BLOWITZ, Henri Georges Stephane London; physician to University Coll. Hospital ? ■^ George Hartley, Sc.D., F.R.S.; Adolphe Opper de$ ‘The Times’ correProfessor of Pure and Applied Mathematics in London; Professor of Materia Medica and the University College of North Wales ; Fellow spondent in Paris; Professor of German at Therapeutics, University College, London • ProTours, Limoges, Poitiers, and Marseilles ; enof Peterhouse, 1889-95

gold medal Inst. Naval fessor Supt. of the Brown Institution; author tered on service of ‘ The Times,’ July 1871; ((j. h. Br.) of papers on medical and scientific subjects in BR Architects, 1901. inaugurated constant telegraphic communicaProc. Roy. Soc. and in Transactions of medical YANT, Hon. Edgar E., LL.D. ; tions and obtained the concession from 9 p.m. societies, etc. (J R B ) Justice of the Circuit Court of Arkansas to 3 a.m. of a special wire for ‘ The Times ’ from 1890-97; author of ‘ Speeches and Addresses,’ 9 May 1874; officer of the Legion of Honour; BR/EKSTAD, H. L. ■ Anglo - Norwegian etc journalist

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(E. E. B.) Doctor of Philosophy; officer of the Institute works of France; author of ‘ Feuilles Volantes,’ (h. l:b.) BRYCE, Rt. Hon. James, P.C., D.C.L., ‘ L’Allemagne et la Provence,’ ‘ Le Manage BRAMWELL, Capt. G. A.j School IIvP-’ F.R.S., M.P.’; Regius Professor of of Sigroyal d’Espagne,’ ‘Une Course a ConstantiCivil Law at Oxford, 1870; Under-Secretary of nalling, Aldershot; Deputy-Assistant-Adjutantnople.’ (de B.) State for Foreign Affairs, 1886 ; Chancellor of General for signalling. (G-. a. Br.) Duchy of Lancaster (with seat in Cabinet), 1892; BLUNT, Capt. Charles Jasper, R.A.; BRANNER, John Casper, Prof., Ph.D. President of Board of Trade, 1894; Chairman Chief Ordnance Officer, Guernsey; served in of Royal Commission on Secondary Education, LL.D.

Geologist, Imperial Geolog. Com’ the Chitral campaign, etc. (0. J. B.) 1894 ; member of Senate of London University, mission, Brazil, 1875-1877 ; Agent U.S. DepartBODLEY, John Edward Courtenay, 1893; corresponding member of Institute of ment of Agriculture in Brazil, 1882-83 ; acting M.A. ; private secretary to President of Local President, Stanford University, U.S. A., 1898-99-r ranee, of1891; RoyalcorreAcaGovernment Board, 1882-85 ; secretary to Royal demies Turinforeign and member Brussels,of1896; Fellow of Geolog. Soc. of London and Societe Commission on Housing of the Working Classes, sponding member of Societa Romana di Storia Geologique de France; member of various scien1884-85; author of ‘ France ’: vol. i. ‘ The RevoluPatna, 1885; honorary Fellow of Trinity and tific societies of North and South America; author tion and Modern France,’ vol. ii. ‘The ParliaOriel Colleges, Oxford ; president of the Alpine of numerous publications on Brazil. (J. C. Br.) mentary System,’ (French ed. 1901), ‘ L’AngloClub; author of ‘Emperor and Empife,’ ‘JusWilliam Theophilus ; re manie et les traditions frangaises.’ (J. E. C. B.) BRANTLY, timan,’ ‘Procopius,’ ‘Theodora,’ in Ninth porter of the Maryland Court of Appeals; exEdition of ‘Ency. Brit.,’ ‘The Holy Roman secretary of State of Maryland; author of BOLTZMANN, Ludwig; Professor of Empire,’ ‘The Trade Marks Registration Act’ Theoretical Physics, University of Vienna; ‘ Maryland ’ in Ninth Edition of ‘ Ency. Brit. ’ Transcaucasia and Ararat,’ ‘The American Hon. Member Royal Academy of Sciences, ‘ Law of Personal Property.’ (W. T. B.) Commonwealth,’ ‘ Impressions of South Africa ’ etc Berlin ; author of ‘ Lectures on the Theory of BR Eord (J. Br.) Gas,’ ‘Lectures on Maxwell’s Theory of Elec££?EY UKnight > St 1stJohn Baron, K.C.B.,; BRYDON, D.C.L.

of of Jerusalem J. M., the late; architect; designed tricity and Light ’; editor of ‘ Maxwell’s PhysiCommander of Legion of Honour, 1889; Presivarious Government Offices, Chelsea Town cal Forces.’ (L. b0 ) dent Statistical Society, 1879-80; Civil Lord of Hall and Polytechnic, Bath Municipal BuildHONAR., James, M.A., LL.D.; senior Examiner Admiralty, 1880-83 ; Secretary to Admiralty, ings, etc. (j. m. by.) Civil Service Commission, Westminster ; junior 1883-85 ; Chairman of Opium Commission • BUCHANAN, John Young, M.A., F.R.S. ; Examiner in H.M. Civil Service Commission, President of the Institution of Naval Archichemist and physicist of the ‘Challenger’ 1881; senior Examiner, ibidem, end of 1895; tects, 1893-95; Governor of Victoria, 1895-1900 Expedition; later, Lecturer in Geography, President of Section F of British Association, author of ‘Work and Wages,’ ‘Naval Annual University of Cambridge; author of ‘Lake,’ 1898; author of ‘ Malthus and his Work ’ ‘British Navy,’ ‘British Seamen,' ‘British ‘Mediterranean,’ in Ninth Edition of ‘Ency ‘Ricardo’s Letters to Malthus,’ ‘Philosophy Work and Foreign Wages,’ etc. (Br.) Brit and Political Economy,’ ‘Catalogue of Adam -’ (J. Y. B.) Smith’s Library’ (part), ‘Ricardo’s Letters to BRETT, Michael, Barrister, Middle Temple. BUCKLEY. Rev. James Monroe, D.D., Trower.’ (j. b*.) (M. Bt.) LL.D.; editor of ‘The Christian Advocate’ DALE, C. Fortescue, Barrister, (New JTork); author of ‘Travels in three ConBONNEY, Rev. Thomas George, D.Sc., BRICK Lincoln’s Inn ; author of ‘ The Law and Practinents,’ ‘Faith Healing,’ ‘Christian Science LL.D., F.R.S. ; late Professor of Geology, tice regarding the Registration of Deeds in the and Kindred Phenomena,’ ‘Supposed Miracles,’ University Coll. London ; Hon. Canon of Manetc County of Middlesex,’ ‘Notes on Land Transchester ; Fellow of St John’s Coll. Camb.; , (J. M. Bu.) fer,’ ‘Registration of Title to Land,’ part Hulsean Lecturer (Camb.), 1884 ; President Lieut. Johannes, late of the author of ‘ The Land Transfer Acts, 1875 and BURDE, Geological Society, 1884-86; Boyle Lecturer, German army, 51st Infantry Regiment; author 1897,’ etc. (c. F. Br.) 1890-92; Rede Lecturer (Camb.), 1892 ; Viceof ‘Problems of Applied Tactics, with SoluPresident Royal Society, 1899; author of ‘The BRIDGE, Vice-Admiral Sir Cyprian tions,’ ‘Tactical Problems,’ etc. (J. Be.) Alpine Regions,’ ‘The Story of our Planet,’ Arthur George, K.C.B. ; Commander-in- BURDETT, Sir Henry, K.C.B.; founder and ‘Charles Lyell and Modern Geology,’ TeeChief, China station

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Examining Chapcompiled ‘ An Unabridged Japanese and English’ 1890 ; assistant to Linacre Professor at Oxford, lain to the Bishop of Lichfield ; author of ‘ The Dictionary,’ etc. (p. By.) 1892-1900 ; University Lecturer in Comparative Athanasian Creed,’ ‘An Introduction to the Anatomy, 1898 ; author of various memoirs BROADFOOT, Major William, R E. ; Creeds and to the Te Deum,’ etc. (A. E. B.) on Comparative Anatomy, an ‘ Introduction to author of the Badminton ‘ Billiards ’; edited BURNSIDE, Rev. Frederick, M.A.; Study of Comp. Anatomy of Animals,’ articles ‘ Career of Major George Broadfoot, C.B., in Hon. Canon St Albans ; Rural Dean of HertAnthozoa and Ctenophora, in Lankester’s Afghanistan and the Punjaub,’ etc. (W. Br.) ford

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