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INITIALS USED IN VOLUME III. TO IDENTIFY INDIVIDUAL
CONTRIBUTORS,[1] WITH THE HEADINGS OF THE
ARTICLES IN THIS VOLUME SO SIGNED.


A. C. P. Anna C. Paues, Ph.D.
Lecturer in Germanic Philology at Newnham College, Cambridge. Formerly Fellow of Newnham College. Author of A Fourteenth Century Biblical Version; &c.
Bible, English.
A. C. S. Algernon Charles Swinburne.
See biographical article: Swinburne, Algernon C.
Beaumont and Fletcher.
A. F. P. Albert Frederick Pollard, M.A., F.R.Hist.Soc.
Professor of English History in the University of London. Fellow of All Souls’ College, Oxford. Assistant Editor of the Dictionary of National Biography, 1893–1901 Lothian prizeman (Oxford), 1892; Arnold prizeman, 1898. Author of England under the Protector Somerset; Henry VIII.; Life of Thomas Cranmer; &c.
Balnaves;
Barnes, Robert
;
Bilney
.
A. Go.* Rev. Alexander Gordon, M.A.
Lecturer on Church History in the University of Manchester.
Beza.
A. G. G. Sir Alfred George Greenhill, M.A., F.R.S.
Formerly Professor of Mathematics in the Ordnance College, Woolwich. Author of Differential and Integral Calculus with Applications; Hydrostatics; Notes on Dynamics; &c.
Ballistics.
A. Hl. Arthur Hassall, M.A.
Student and Tutor of Christ Church, Oxford. Author of A Handbook of European History; The Balance of Power; &c. Editor of the 3rd edition of T. H. Dyer’s History of Modern Europe.
Austria-Hungary: History (in part).
A. H. N. Albert Henry Newman, LL.D., D.D.
Professor of Church History, Baylor University, Texas. Professor at McMaster University, Toronto, 1881–1901. Author of The Baptist Churches in the United States; Manual of Church History; A Century of Baptist Achievement.
Baptists: American.
A. H.-S. Sir A. Houtum-Schindler, C.I.E.
General in the Persian Army. Author of Eastern Persian Irak.
Azerbaijān; Bakhtiari;
Bander Abbāsi
; Barfurush.
A. H. S. Rev. Archibald Henry Sayce, D.Litt., LL.D.
See the biographical article: Sayce, A. H.
Babylon; Babylonia and Assyria; Belshazzar; Berossus.
A. J. L. Andrew Jackson Lamoureux.
Librarian, College of Agriculture, Cornell University. Editor of the Rio News (Rio de Janeiro), 1879–1901.
Bahia: State;
Bahia
: City.
A. L. Andrew Lang.
See the biographical article: Lang, Andrew.
Ballads.
A. N. Alfred Newton, F.R.S.
See the biographical article: Newton, Alfred.
Birds of Paradise.
A. P. H. Alfred Peter Hillier, M.D., M.P.
President, South African Medical Congress, 1893. Author of South African Studies; &c. Served in Kaffir War, 1878–1879. Partner with Dr L. S. Jameson in medical practice in South Africa till 1896. Member of Reform Committee, Johannesburg, and Political Prisoner at Pretoria, 1895–1896. M.P. for Hitchin division of Herts, 1910.
Basutoland: History (in part); Bechuanaland (in part).
A. Sp. Archibald Sharp.
Consulting Engineer and Chartered Patent Agent.
Bicycle.
A. St H. G. Alfred St Hill Gibbons.
Major, East Yorkshire Regiment. Explorer in South Central Africa. Author of Africa from South to North through Marotseland.
Barotse, Barotseland.
A. W.* Arthur Willey, F.R.S., D.Sc.
Director of Colombo Museum, Ceylon.
Balanoglossus.
A. W. H.* Arthur William Holland.
Formerly Scholar of St John’s College, Oxford. Bacon Scholar of Gray’s Inn, 1900.
Austria-Hungary: History (in part);
Bavaria
: History (in part).

  1. A complete list, showing all individual contributors, appears in the final volume

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