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H. L. C. Hugh Longbourne Callendar, LL.D., F.R.S.
Professor of Physics, Royal College of Science, London. Formerly Professor of Physics in McGill College, Montreal, and in University College, London.
Conduction of Heat.
H. M. R. Hugh Munro Ross.
Formerly Exhibitioner of Lincoln College, Oxford. Editor of “The Times” Engineering Supplement. Author of British Railways.
Coal (in part).
H. M. W. Harry Marshall Ward, F.R.S., D.Sc. (d. 1905).
Formerly Professor of Botany, Cambridge University. President of the British Mycological Society. Author of Timber and some of its Diseases; The Oak; Diseases in Plants; &c.
Cohn, Ferdinand Julius.
H. M. Wo. Harold Mellor Woodcock, D.Sc.
Assistant to the Professor of Proto-Zoology, London University. Fellow of University College, London. Author of “Haemoflagellates” in Professor Ray Lankester’s Treatise of Zoology, and of various scientific papers.
H. S. J. Henry Stuart Jones, M.A.
Formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford. Director of the British School at Rome, 1903–1905. Author of The Roman Empire; &c.
Constantine I.
H. St. Henry Sturt, M.A.
Author of Idola Theatri; The Idea of a Free Church; Personal Idealism; &c.
H. S. Wl. Henry Smith Williams, M.D., B.Sc.
Formerly Lecturer in the Hartford School of Sociology, U.S.A. Editor of The Historians’ History of the World. Author of The Story of Nineteenth Century Science; The History af the Art of Writing; The Lesson of Heredity; &c.
Chronology (in part); Civilization.
H. Wh. Horace White, LL.D.
Formerly Editor of the New York Evening Post. Sometime Editor of Chicago Tribune. Author of Money and Banking Illustrated by American History; The Tariff Question; The Gold Question; The Silver Question; &c.
Cleveland, Grover.
H. W. S. H. Wickham Steed.
Correspondent of The Times at Rome, 1897–1902, and at Vienna.
H. Y. Sir Henry Yule, K.C.S.I., C.B.
See the biographical article: Yule, Sir Henry.
China: History (in part).
I. A. Israel Abrahams, M.A.
Reader in Talmudic and Rabbinic Literature in the University of Cambridge. Formerly President of the Jewish Historical Society of England. Author of A Short History of Jewish Literature; Jewish Life in the Middle Ages; Judaism; &c. Edited Jewish Quarterly Review, 1888–1908.
J. A. Cl. John Algernon Clarke.
Author of Fen Sketches; &c.
Conjuring (in part).
J. A. F. John Ambrose Fleming, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., M.I.E.E.
Pender Professor of Electrical Engineering in the University of London. Fellow of University College, London. Formerly Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge, and Lecturer on Applied Mechanics in the University. Author of Magnets and Electric Currents.
Conduction, Electric.
J. A. H. John Allen Howe, B.Sc.
Curator and Librarian of the Museum of Practical Geology, London.
J. A. R. Very Rev. Joseph Armitage Robinson, D.D.
Dean of Westminster. Fellow of the British Academy. Hon. Fellow of Christ’s College, Cambridge. Formerly Fellow of Christ’s College, Cambridge, and Norrisian Professor of Divinity in the University. Author of Some Thoughts on the Incarnation; &c.
Clement I. (in part).
J. C. Sc. John Christopher Schwab, A.M., Ph.D.
Librarian, Yale University. Editor of Yale Review. Author of The Confederate States of America; History of New York Property Tax; &c.
Confederate States of America.
J. D. Sir James Donaldson.
See the biographical article: Donaldson, Sir J.
Clement of Alexandria (in part).
J. D. v. d. W. Johannes Diderik van der Waals, Ph.D.
Professor of Physics at the University of Amsterdam. Author of The Continuity of the Liquid and Gaseous States.
Condensation of Gases.
J. E. F. Rev. James Everett Frame, A.M. (Harvard).
Edward Robinson Professor of Biblical Theology in Union Theological Seminary, New York. Author of Purpose of New Testament Theology.
Colossians, Epistle to the.
J. E. S.* John Edwin Sandys, M.A., Litt.D., LL.D.
Public Orator in the University of Cambridge. Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge. Fellow of the British Academy. Author of History of Classical Scholarship; &c.
J. H. R. John Horace Round, LL.D. (Edin.).
Author of Feudal England; Studies in Peerage and Family History; Peerage and Pedigree; &c.
Clare: Family.
J. J. T. Sir Joseph John Thomson, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., LL.D., Ph.D.
Cavendish Professor of Experimental Physics, Cambridge. Professor of Physics, Royal Institution, London. Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. President of the British Association, 1909–1910. Awarded Nobel Prize for Physics, 1906. Author of Conduction of Electricity through Gases; Recent Researches in Electricity and Magnetism; Application of Dynamics to Physics and Chemistry; &c.
Conduction, Electric: Through Gases.