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11 KHNOPPF, Fernand : chevalier de 1’ordre LANG, Andrew, M.A., LL.D.; Hon. Fel of Shakespeare,’ ‘Lord Herbert of Cher bury’s de Leopold, de St Michel de Baviere; Vicelow of Merton Coll., Oxford; author of ‘ApPres. de Cercle artistique et litteraire de Autobiography, with a continuation of his Life,’ pantions,’ ‘Ballad,’ ‘Family,’ ‘Moliere,’ in ‘A Life of William Shakespeare.’ (S. L.) Bruxelles, etc. (P, g*.) Ninth Edition of ‘ Ency. Brit.,’ ‘ Oxford,’ ‘ Helen KIDD, Benjamin; author of ‘Social EvoluLEE-WARNER, Sir William, K.C.S.I., ‘Custom and Myth,’ ‘Myth, Ritual, and Religion, ‘Life, Letters, and Diaries of M.A. ; Secretary in the Political and Secret tion,' ‘Principles of Western Civilization,’ etc. (B. K*.) Departments of the India Oflice ; Fellow of the fi?t , Stafford Northcote,’ ‘ PickleTranslations the Spy,’ _“°ok of Dreams and Ghosts,’ University of Bombay; entered Indian Civil KIRK, Edward C., D.D.S.; Dean of the ssey wi Service, 1869; political agent at Kolhapur; ?r,9?^ ’ ( tfi Professor Butcher), and Department of Dentistry, and Professor of ‘Ihad (with Myers and Walter Leaf); ‘The Under-Secretary in Foreign Office of India; Clinical Dentistry, University of Pennsylvania ; World s Desire ’ (with Rider Haggard), ‘ The Secretary to the Government of Bombay in Member of the National Dental Association and Political and Judicial Departments; Chief Making of Religion,’ ‘The Companions of the American Academy of Dental Science; fickle, A History of Scotland from the Roman Commissioner of Coorg and Resident in editor of ‘ The American Text-book of Operative Occupation,' ‘Prince Charles Edward,’ ‘Magic Mysore; additional member of the Viceroy’s Dentistry,' and of ‘The Dental Cosmos’ and Religion,’ ‘The Mystery of Mary Stuart,’ Council; served on Education Commission, the etc Magazine. (E. C. K.) Financial Commission, etc. ; author of ‘ The (A. L.) Protected Princes of India,’ ‘The Citizen of KNIGHT, Major John G. D., Corps of Indla M.B., D.Sc.

lecturer in Engineers, U.S.A., A.M.; Commandant U.S. -’ (W. L.-W.) botany, Queen Margaret’s Coll., Glasgow Engineer School; in charge of U.S. Engineer author of ‘Memoirs on Morphology,’ ‘The LEGGE, J. G. ; Chief Inspector of Reformatory Depot, 1895 -1901, of Torpedo Defence, E. Development of the Higher Cryptogams,’ and Industrial Schools, Home Office. (J. G. L.) etc entrance N.Y Harbour, 1898-1901; on Board of (W. H. L.) LEGGE, Robin H. ; editor of ‘Music in the U.S. Torpedo System, 1896-1901. (J. G-. D. K.) I,A r - S ER Edwin Nineteenth Century.’ (R. h. L.) ?iF.R.S.; ?F THon. >Fellow of Exeter Ray, Coll. M.A., Oxford LL.D.,:• KNOTT, Cargill Gilston, D.Sc.; Lecturer LEONARD, Rt. Rev. Abiel, A.M., S.T.D.; on Applied Mathematics, Edinburgh UniCorrespondent of the Institute of France Bishop of the Diocese of Salt Lake. (A. Le.) versity; Assistant to Professor of Natural Director of the Natural History Department Philosophy, Edinburgh University, 1879 - 83; of the British Museum; Fullerian Professor LEVEY, George Collins, C.M.G. ; London Prof, of Physics, Imperial University, Japan, of Physiology and Comparative Anatomy in Correspondent of ‘ Melbourne Age ’; editor and 1883-91 ; conducted Magnetic Survey of Japan, the Royal Institution of London, 1898-1900 • proprietor of ‘Melbourne Herald,’ 1863-68; 1887; awarded Keith Prize (Roy. Soc. Edin.) editor and contributor to ‘Melbourne Age,’ Fellow and Lecturer, Exeter Coll., 1872; Profor work on magnetic strains, 1897; author of 1869-81 ; Secretary to Commissioners for Vicfessor of Zoology and Compar. Anat. Univ. ‘Ice,’ ‘Pneumatics,’ in Ninth Edition of toria at the Exhibitions in London, Paris, Coll., London, 1874-90; Regius Professor Natu‘Ency. Brit., ‘Physics,’ etc. (C. G. K.) ral History, Edinburgh, 1882; Linacre ProVienna, Philadelphia, Melbourne, 1873, 1876, 1878, 1880-81; Executive Commissioner, Amfessor of Comparative Anatomy, Oxford, 1891KNOWIiING, Richard John, D.D.; Prosterdam, 1883; Secretary Royal Commission, 1898; Royal Medallist Royal Society, 1885; fessor of New Testament Exegesis in King’s Hobart Exhibition, 1894-95 ; Secretary Colonial Vice-President Royal Society, 1896; Founder College, London, 1894 ; Fellow, 1899 ; Examiner (1884), President (1892) Marine Biological Adelaide.Exhibition, 1887; Committee of Royal for Hall-Houghton Prizes at Oxford, 1897, Commission to Paris Exhibition, 1900 ; member Association (Plymouth Laboratory); Correand in Theology at Durham, 1895-96; Select of Board of Advice to Agent - General of Vicspondent of the Institute of France; Corr. Preacher at Cambridge, 1895 ; author of toria; author of ‘Handbook to Australasia,* Mem. Imp. Acad. Sciences, St Petersburg; ‘ Witness of the Epistles,’ ‘ Acts of the Apostles,’ Australian Encyclopaedia.* (G-. C. L.) For. Mem. Royal Bq^emian Society of Sciences, etc. (R. j. K*.) of the New York Academy of Sciences, of LEWES, Vivian B., F.I.C., F.C.S.; Professor KOREN, John; author of ‘•Economic Aspects the Academy of the Lincei of Rome, of the of Chemistry, Royal Naval College; Chief of the Liquor Problem,’ etc. (J. K.) Royal Belgian Academy, and of the Academy of Superintending Gas Examiner to the CorporaSciences of Philadelphia ; editor since 1869 of KRAUS, Professor Dr F. X., the late; tion of the City of London. (V. B. L.) ‘ Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science ’; Professor of Ecclesiastical History at the Uniauthor of ‘Hydrozoa,’ ‘Mollusca,’ ‘Mussel,’ LEWIS, Charlton T., Ph.D. ; President N.Y. versity of Freiburg in Bresigau. (F. X. K.) Prison Association, N.J. State Charities Aid ‘Polyzoa,’ ‘Protozoa,’ ‘Vertebrata,’ ‘Zoology,’ KROPOTKIN, Prince Peter Alexei m Ninth Edition of ‘Ency. Brit.,’ ‘A MonoAssociation ; Chairman of Commission to revise yitch; Gold Medal of Russian Geographical graph of Cephalaspidian Fishes,’ ‘ComparaPenal Laws of New Jersey; Lecturer on Life Society, 1864; crossed North Manchuria from tive Longevity,’ ‘ Developmental History of Insurance, Harvard and Columbia Universities Transbaikalia to the Amur, 1864; Secretary to the Mollusca,’ ‘Degeneration,’ ‘The Advanceand on Principles of Insurance, Cornell UniPhysical Geography Section of Geographical ment of Science,’ ‘Zoological Articles’; jointversity; author of ‘History of Germany.’ Society; author of ‘Lithuanians,’ ‘Nijnieditor of ‘ Scientific Memoirs of Thomas Henry e Essays, Addresses, etc. (C. T. L.) Huxle Novgorod,’‘NovaZembla,’ ‘Poland,’ ‘Siberia,’ y-’ (E. R. L.) I* YLAND, John; writer on naval ques‘Tomsk,’ ‘Warsaw, ’ etc., in Ninth Edition of LARMQR, tions Joseph, M.A., D.Sc., Sec.R.S.; (J. Ld.) ‘Bncy. Brit.,’ ‘General Sketch of the OroFellow of St John’s Coll., Camb. ; Univergraphy of East Siberia,’ ‘ In Russian and Rev. John James, M.A.; Professor sity Lecturer in Mathematics ; Professor of EIAS, French Prisons,’ ‘ Recent Science in Nineof Modern Literature, St David’s Coll., LamNatural Philosophy, Queen’s Coll., Galway, teenth Century,’ ‘The State, its Part in Hispeter, 1871-1880; examining chaplain to Bishop and in the Queen’s University in Ireland, 1880tory,’ ‘ Memoirs of a Revolutionist.’ (P. A. K.) of Llandaff, 1887-98; Chancellor of Llandaff 1885, and formerly Fellow of the Royal UniCathedral; author of ‘ Science in Relation to versity ; Examiner in Mathematics and Natural Miracles,’ ‘The Nicene Creed,’ ‘A Plea for Philosophy in the Univ. of London; lately Rationality in Ceremonial,’ etc. (J. J. L*.) President of the Cambridge Philosophical Society ; Treasurer of the London Mathematical LIDDELL, F. F., M.A. ; Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford; Barrister, Lincoln’s Inn; Society ; author, of ‘ Hither and Matter,’ and editor of ‘ Manual of Military Laws.’ (F. F. L.) LABBE, Alphonse, Docteur es sciences ; chief various Memoirs on Mathematics and of the Laboratory of Zoology, University of Physics. (j, L* ; LIGHTFOOT, T. B., M.I.C.E., M.I.M.E. ; Paris ; author of ‘ La Cytologie experimentale,’ ^-A-^Q-HTON, John Knox, M.A.; Professor author of ‘ The Mechanical Refrigeration of Air,’ ‘ Recherches zoologiques et biologiques sur les ‘Preservation of Foods by Cold,’ etc. (T. B. L.) Modern History, King’s Coll., London; Secreparasites du sang des vertebres,’ etc. (A. L*.) tary of the Navy Records Society; served in LILLIE, Arthur; champion Grand National LAMB, Horace, M.A., LL.D., F.R.S.; ChairBaltic during the Russian War, 1854-55 ; in Croquet Club, 1872; author of ‘■Croquet,’ man of Convocation, and of the General Board China, 1856-59; afterwards in Mediterranean ‘ Croquet Up to Date,’ etc. (A. Li.) of Studies, Victoria University; Professor of and Channel ; Mathematical and Naval InLITTLEJOHN, Henry Harvey, M.B., Mathematics, Owens Coll., Victoria Univ., Manstructor, Royal Naval College, Portsmouth, B.Sc., F.R.C.S. Ed.; Lecturer in Medical Jurischester ; member of Council of the Royal 1866-73; also at Greenwich, and lecturer on prudence, School of Medicine of the Royal Society, 1894-96 ; President of the Manchester Meteorology, 1873-85 ; Pres. R. Met. Soc. 1882College of Physicians and Surgeons of EdinLiterary and Philosophical Society, 1899-1901 ; 1884; Honorary Fellow, Caius College, Camburgh. (H. H. L.) 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Principal of the University of BirmingHistory and History of Philosophy, University ham ; Professor of Physics, University Coll., LANESSAN, J. M. A. de; Agr. de la of Brussels. (L. L.) Liverpool, 1881-1900; author of ‘Elementary faculte de Medicine; French Minister of Marine; Mechanics,’ ‘ Modern Views of Electricity,’ formerly Governor - General of Indo-China ; LEE, Sidney, B.A., Litt.D.; editor of Diction‘Pioneers of Science,’ ‘Signalling without author of ‘La Tunisie,’ ‘L’expansion coloniale ary of National Biography and Supplement ; Wires,’ etc. (O. J. L.) de la France,’ ‘ LTndo - Chine franqaise,’ ‘ Du Clark Lecturer in English Literature, Trin. Protoplasme vegetal,’ ‘ La Matiere, la Vie et les Coll., Cambridge, 1901; author of ‘Stratford- LORD, J. K., Professor of the Latin Lanetres vivants.’ (J. M. A. de L.) on-Avon from the Earliest Times to the Death guage and Literature, Dartmouth College,