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Durham, Hon. LL.D., Glasgow; Hon. Fell. Trin. Coll.. Oxf . ;
Fell. King's Coll., Lond. Prolegomena, &c., to St. Athanasius
(Parker), 1892 ; Smith's Diet, of the Bible (Ephesians), 1892 ;
Hastings* Diet, of the Bible {Romans, Corinthians, Sec), 1899;
Regnum Dei (Bampton Lectures for 1901) (Methuen); Roman
Claims to Supremacy (S.P.C.K.), 1896; English Churchmanship
(S.P.C.K.), 1905 ; and many theological and critical articles in
Classical Rev,, Expositor, and other periodicals. The Palace,
Exeter.

BYRB-TODD, Oeorge. B. 1862. Lecturer on Scottish Hist, and
Eng. Lit., Glasgow Athenaeum. Ed. Ossian (Scott), 1888 ;
Sketch-Booh of the North (Hodge). 1890 ; 3rd ed. (Oliphant),

1905 ; Byways of the Scottish Border (Lewis), 1892 ; Ed. Anc,
Scots Ballads (Bayley), 1894 ; Anne of Argyle (Simpson), 1895 I
2nd ed. under title of Cavalier and Covenant (Rontiedge), 1904 ;
VigneUes of the North (Morison), 1895 ; Scotland, Piauresque
and Traditional (Cassell), 1895 ; 2nd ed. (Gowans & Gray),

1906 ; Ed. Abbotsford Series Scottish Poets, 7 vols., 1891-96 ;
Ed. The Book of Glasgow Cathedral (Morison), 1898 ; Bohemian
Papers (Morison), 1898 ; Ed. Songs of Caledonia (Bayley), 1900 ;
Byways of Scottish Story (Hodge), 1900 ; Ed. The Year's News,
3 vols. (Morison), 1898-1900 ; The Glasgow Poets (Hodge),
1902 ; 2nd ed. (Gardner), 1906 ; Ed. Autobtog, of Wm. Simpson

gJnwin). 1903 ; The Rebel's Wife (Routledge), 190 j ; Barbour's
ruce, translation (Gowans^, 1907, &c. C. Scottish subjects to
numerous magazines and journals. 4 Oakfield Terrace, Hill-
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tFAOUBTy Bmllt, Prof. Fac. des Lettres de Paris. B. 1847. £•
1900. Lbs Grandes Matures du XVIh siicle, 1885 ; Dix-
huUihne si^ie, Hudes litUraires, 1890 ; Madame de Mainienon
Instiiutrice, 1885, &c. 59 Rue Monge, Paris.

FAIRBAIRH, Rev. Andrew Martlii, D.D.. LL.D.. D.Litt., Principal,
Mansfield College, Oxford. B. 1838. Studies in Philoscyphy
of Religion and Hist. (Strahan), 1876 ; Studies in Life of Christ
(Hodder). 1880 ; Religion in Hist, and in Mod. Life (Hodder),
1884 ; The City of God, 1888 ; Place of Christ in Modem Theology,
1893 ; CathoUcism : Roman and Anglican, 1899 ; Philosophy of
the Christian Religion, 1902, Ac C Cont&mp. Rev., &c. Mans-
field College, Oxford.

tFALOOHER, Unoe (Miss Mary Hawker). Mademoiselle Jxe
(Unwin), 1890 ; Cecilia de Noil (Macmillan), 1891, Ac Long-
parish, Hants.

FALL0K» San W. M. An Animal Alphabet (G. Allen), 1899 : Bird
Pictures, 1901. 61 Birdhurst Rise, S. Croydon.

FAR AD AT, Lney Winifred, M.A. (Vict). The Edda-^L The Divine
Mythology of the North (Nntt), 1902 ; //. The Heroic Mythology
of the North, 1902 ; The Cattte-Raid of Cualnge (Nutt). 1904.
Carshalton House, Withington, near Manchester.

FARIDLOE, Mrs. Bdltli GaroUne. Rag. Tag and Bobtail (Richards),
1899; Piccalilli, 1900 ; LiUle Citizens (S.P.CK.). 1901 ; Young
George (Heinemann). 1902 ; One Day (Richards), 1903 ; Mr.
BidMe and the Dragon (Skeffington), 1904 ; Elizabeth over the
Way (S.P.C.K.), 1905, &c. C Blach and White, Ac. St. Augus-
tine's Vicarage, 18 Gascoyne Road, Victoria Park, N.E.

FARQUHARSOH, Robert, M.D., M.P., IX.D. B. 1835- School
Hygiene Guide to Therapeutics (Smith). C. Blachwood, Brit.
Med. J. Finxeau, Alwyne, Aberdeenshire, N.B.

FARROW, George Edward. B. 1866. The WaUypug of Why
(HutchinsonT, 1895 ; The Missing Prince, 1896 ; The Little
Panjandrum^ Dodo (Skefi&ngton), 1899 ; Baher Minor and the
Dragon (Pearson), 1901 ; TA^ New Panjandrum, 1901 ; Absurd
Ditties (Routledge), 1902 ; Professor Philanderpan (Pearson),
190J ; Lovely Man (Skeffington), 1904 ; The WaUypug in Fog'
land (Pearson), 1904; The WaUypug Birthday Booh (Rout-
ledge), 1904; The Cinematograph Train (Brimley Johnson),
1904. C. Pall Mall Mag., &c. Perryn House, London Road,
Twickenham.

FAU88BT, Rot. W. Torke, M.A. B. 1859. ^^' Cicero, pro

Cluentio (Rivingtons), 1887, &c« I St. Augustine, de Catechi

landis rudibus (Methuen), 1896. C. Class. Rev., Ac Rectory,

Ti msbn ry, Bath.

PAWOBTT, lln. MUlieent Garrett. B. 1847. Political Economy



forgBeginners (Macmillan), 1870; Tales in Pol. Econ., 1874;
Some Eminent Women of our Time, 1889 ; Life of Queen vic-

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toria, 189s ; Life of Sir Wm, Molesworth, 1901 ; Five Fanums
French Women, 1905, &c. 2 Gower Street, W.C
FEA, AlUn. B. i860. The Flight of the King (Lane), 1897 ; King,
Monmouth, 1901 ; Secret Chambers and Hiding Places (Bous-
field), 1901 ; Picturesque Old Houses, 1902 ; After Worcester Figki
(Lane), 1903 ; Memoirs of the Martyr King (Lane), 1904 ;
Pictorial Edition of the Memoirs of Count de Gramont (Bickers).

1906 ; Some Beauties of the Seventeenth Century (Methuen).

1907 ; Noohs and Corners of Old England (Nash), 1907. Sooth
Lodge, Pinner.

FEILDING, Aliee. B. 1865. Faith Healing and Christian Science
(Duckworth), 1899. Broome Park, Betchworth, Surrey.

FBLKIN, Alfred Unrenee (A. St Uvienee). My Heart and Lute
(Hodder & S tough ton). 1901 ; and in collaboration with his
wife (Ellen Thomeycroft Fowler), Kate of Kate Hall (Hutchin-
son), 1904. Kingscroft, Eltham.

FBLKIK, Mrs. A. L. {see Fowler, Bllen Thorneyarott).

FELL SMITH, Charlotte, Ed. Essex Review. Steven Crisp and
his Correspondents, 1657-92, (Headleys), 1892 ; Mary Rich,
Countess of Warwich (iJongmans), 1901 ; James Pamell (Head-
ley), 1906, 2nd ed., 1907. C. Diet. Nat. Biog,, Cornhill, Windsor,
&c. 33 Chenies St. Chambers, W.C.

FENK, CUto Robert For the Old Flag (Low), iSog; The Whits
Flower (Digby), 1900 ; For all Time, 1901 ; Gayton (Nister),
1902 ; Tom and the Enemy (Partridge), 1904, &c. Syon
Lodge, Isleworth.

FBNK, George ManvUle. B. 1831. Author of about a hundred
novels and stories. Those more recently published include
A Crimson Crime (Chatto), 1899; Charge t (Chambers), 1900;
The Canherworm (Chatto), 1901 ; Blach Shadows, 1902 ; Walsh
the Wonder Worker (Chambers), 190} ; The King*s Esquires
(Richards), 1903 ; It Came to Pass (White), 1903 ; Coming Home
to Roost (White), 1904 ; Marcus (Nister), 1904 ; Blind Policy
(J. Long), 1904 ; Trapper Dan (Partridge), 1905 ; Nephew
Jack (S.P.C.K.), 1905 ; Aynsley's Case (J. Long), 1905 ; *TenHon
(Chambers), 1906; Hunting the Skipper (S.P.C.K.), 1906;
Trapped by Malays (Chambers), 1907. Syon Lodge, Isleworth.

FBKTON, Ferrir, M.R.A.S., M.C.A.A. B. 1832. St, Paufs
Epistles, 1883 ; New Testament, 1894 ; Book of Job, 1898 ;
The Five Books of Moses ; The Six Historical Books ; The Books
of the Prophets ; Psalms and Sacred Writings ; Complete Bible
in Modern English, with Introd. and Crit. Notes, 1900-1903 ;
The Bible and Wine (Partridge, London, and Frowde, New
York and Canada) ; Life of Richard Fenton, the Historian of
Pembrokeskire, with new edition of the History (Davies, Brecon,
and Quaritch, London). C. Pembroke County Guardian, Book-
Lovers Mag., etc. 8 King's Road, Mitcham, S.W.

FBRGUSOlf, Hon. Mr. John, CM.G„ M.L.Q. Ceyk)n. B. Dec. 184a.
Ceylon (A. M. ft J. Ferguson, Colombo St London), 6 eds. since
1883. Ceylon Handbook and Directory (Colombo), annaaUy ;



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many Manuals, ftc, on tropical agriculture {Ceylon Observer),
C Times, Ency, Brit, Supple., 1902. Calton Lodge, Cinnamon
Gardens, Colombo, Ceylon.

PBRGUSSOM, Rev. R. Meniiet, D.D. (St. And.). Rambling Sketches in
the Fair North (Orkney), 1883 ! 2nd ed.. 1884 ; Quiet Folk, 1888 ;
Our Trip North, 1892 : My Village, 1893 ; Records of the Clan
and Name of Fergusson, 1895 ; A Student of Nature, 1898 ;
Alexander Hume, 1899 ; On Tramp through Lakeland, 1903 ;
Through Holland and Belgium on Wheels, 1904 ; Logie : A
Parish History, 2 vols., 1905 ; Scottish Social Sketches, 1907 ;
and other books. [Minister of] Logie, Bridge of Allan, Scotland.

FBSRIER, David, M.D., F.R.S., LL.D., &c. B. 1843. Functions
of the Brain (Smith), 1876 ; Localisation of Cerebral Disease,
1878, 1890. C. various scientific and medical journals. 34
Cavendish Square, W.

FB8TIN6, GabrtttOe. John Hoohham Frere and his Friends
(Nisbet). 1899 ; Unstoried in History, 1901 ; On the Distaff
Side, 1903 ; From the Land of Princes (Smith, Elder), 1904.



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nELD» MiehML Callirrhoe and Fair Rosamond, 1884; The
Father's Tragedy; William Rufus ; Loyalty and Love, 1885;
Brutus Ulter, 1886 ; Canute the Great ; The Cup of Water, 1887 ;
Long Ago, 1889 ; The Tragic Mary, 1890 ; Stephania, 1891 ;
Sifht and Song, 1892 ; Underneath the Bough ; A Question of
Memory, 1893 ; Attila my AtHla, 1894 ; Anrut Rutna, 1898 ;
The World at Auction (Vale Press), 1899 ; The Race of Leaves
(Vale Press), 1901 ; Julia Danna (Vale Press), 1902. c/o George
Bdl & Sons, Portugal Street, W.C

FIBLD, Rev. Themu, D.D., Warden of Radley Coll. B. 1855.
Manual of Confirmation (Rivingtons), 1901 ; some sermons,
essays, &c. Radley College, Abingdon.

HRDLATBR, Jane Helen. The Green Graves of Balgowrie
(Methuen), 1896 ; il Daughter of Strife, 1897 ; Rachel, 1899 \
. Tales that are Told (with M. W. Findlater), 1901 ; The Story
of a Mother, 1902 ; Stones from a Glass House ; The Ladder to
the Stars (Nesbit), 1904. C. National Review, &c. Mount
Stuart, Torquay.

niDLATRR, Mary W. Over the HiUs (Methuen), 1897;
Betty Musgrave, 1898 ; A Narrow Way, 190 x ; p.a. Tales that
are Told, 1901 ; The Rose of Joy ; The Blind Bird*s Nest
(Methuen), 1903. Mount Stuart, Torquay.

HMKIMORB, Mrs. Emtty Peafaon. B. 1863. Fiction. A King
of Shreds and Patches (Lawrence), 1898 ; Unde Isaac's Money
(S.P.C.K.), 1898 ; Dahlia Peploe's Reaping, 1902 ; Mrs, Groom's
Legacy ; The Mark of Cain (S.P.C.K.) ; A Man's Mirror
(CaaseU) ; all 1903 ; TaUy (Hurst & Blackett), 1904 : Tke Marry-
ing of Sarah Garland (Hurst & Blackett), 1904 ; Fate's Handi-
caps (Digby Long), 1904; Mary Louisa Quayne (S.P.C.K.),
1904 ; Ben Pipe's Sowing (S.P.C.K.), 1905 ; The Bondage of God
(Digby Long), 1905 ; A Brummagem Button (David Nutt), 1907 ;

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The Ordeal of Susannah Vantham (S.P.C.K.), 1907. Ty Cnwc»
Llanilar, nr. Aberystwyth.

FIRTH, Charles Harding, M.A. Oxon. Regius Prof, of Modern Hist,
since 1904. B. 1857. Lu^ou^s Memoirs (Frowde). 1894 ;
Scotland and the Commonwealth, 1895 '» Oliver Cromwell (Put-
nams), 1900 ; Cromwell* s Army, 1902, &c. C. Diet. Nat. Biog.,
&c. 2 Northmoor Road, Oxford.

FISHER, Frederle Henry, Ed. Literary World. B. 1849. Cyprus
(Routledge), 1878, Ac. Westover, Cobham Road» Westcliff-
on-Sea. £ssex.

FISHWICl^ Lt-Ck>L Henry, F.S.A., Chairman of the Rochdale
Education Committed, Vice-Pres. Record Soc. of Lancashire
and Cheshire and the Chetham Society. B. 1835. ^^
Lancashire Library (Routledge), 1875 ; History of Rochdale
(Stock). 1894 ; and other Lancashire monographs. The Heights,
Rochdale.

FITCHETT, Re?. William Henry, B.A., LL.D.. Ed. Life (Mel-
bourne), Southern Cross. Deeds that Won the Empire (Smith),
1897 ; Fights for the Flag, 1898 ; How England Saved Europe,
1899 ; Wellington's Men, 1900; The Tale of the Great Mutiny,
1 901 ; Nelson and His Captains, 1902 ; The Commander of the
Hirondelle, 1904; John Wesley, 1905; The Unrealized Logic of
Religion {KeWy), 1905. &c. Methodist Ladies' Coll., Melbourne,
Australia.

nTZOERALD, Edward Arthur, F.L.S.. F.R.G.S.. F.Z.S. B. 1871.
Climbs in the New Zealand Alps (Unwin), 1896 ; The Highest
Andes (Methuen), 1899 . White's Club, S.W.

FITZOERALD, Percy Hetherington, M.A. Trin. Coll., Dub. B.
1834. Life of David Garrich, 1868 ; The Kembles, 1871 ; The
Life of George IV., 1881 ; Life and Times of William IV., 1884 ;
Fifty Years of Catholic Life and Social Progress, 1901 ; Life of
Boswell ; History of the English Stage ; Romance of the Stage ;
Life of Queen Charlotte; Never Forgotten; Beauty TalM.
Athenaeum Club. S.W.

FITZ-OBRALD, S. J. Adair. B. 1859- Ballads of a Bohemian
(Boot), 1893 ; Stories of Famous Sones, 1895 ; Fame the Fiddler
(Greening). 1897 ; The Grand Panjandrum, 1898 ; The Loue
Thirst of Elaine, 1903 ; Carols from Cradle Land, 1904 ; Stories
of Famous Fairy Tales, 1905 » &c. Flays, upwards of twelve in
number, include : The Parson ((^obe), 1891 ; The Bric-a-brac
Will (Lyric), 1895 '* Her Answer (Coronet), 1907. Arolsen
Lodge, Wimbledon, S.W.

FITZMAURICB, Lord Edmond Oeorge, M.P., form* Under-Seo.
For. Affairs, Ac. B. 1846. Life of Lord Shelburne, 1875-78 ;
Sir William Petty (Murray), 1895 ; Lettres de VAhbi Morellei
(Paris), 1898 ; Charles Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswich, l^i ;
Life of Lord Granville (Longmans), 1905. C. Quarterly, Edin-
burgh, &c. Leigh House, Bradford-on-Avon.

nTZPATRICK, James, F.C.A. The Secretary's Manual on the
Law and Prac. of Joint-Stoch Companies (Jordan), loth ed.,
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FLBMIHG, Dftvid Hay, LL.D. B. 184Q. Mary Queen of Scots
(Hodder), 1897 ; Six Saints of th$ Covenant, igioi^ &c. 4 Cham-
berlain Road, Edinburgh.

tFLBMINO, George (Miss Constance Fletcher). B. 1858. A Nile
Novel (Macmillan), 1877; The Head of Medusa, 1880; Little
Stories about Women (Richards), 1897 ; Andromeda (Macmillan) ;
Vestigia (Bentley). Plays include : Mrs. Lessingham (Garrick) ;
1894 ; The Canary (Royalty), 1899 ; The Fantastichs, 1900 ;
The Light that Failed (Lyric), 1902 ; A Man and his Wife, 1904.
II King Street, Kensington Square, W. ; Palazzo Capello, Rio
Marin, Venice ; Sesame Club.

FLBTCHERy Alfred Bwen. B. 1841. Ed. Daily Chronicle, 1889-
95 ; Ed. Cyclopadia of Education (Sonnenschein), 1889 ; 2nd
ed., 1890. Author of Gainsborough, in Makers of Brit, Art
(Scott). 1904. 6 Flodden Road, Camberwell, S.E.

FLBTCHBR, Banister, F.R.I.B.A., F.R.HistS.. Univ. Ext. Lecturer
on Architecture. B. 1866. A History of Architecture on the
Comparative Method (Batsford). 5th ed., 1905 ; Influence of
Material on Architecture (Batsford), 1899 ; Andrea Palladio
(Bell) ; Carpentry and Joinery ; Architectural Hygiene ; The
Influence of the Early Renaissance ; The Smaller Houses of the
Sidfurbs and Provinces ; Architecture and its Place in a Liberal
Education ; Architecture and the Humanities ; and other text-
books on architecture. C. Architect, Builder, &c 29 New
Bridge Street, E.C.

FLBTCHBH, Herbert Phimps,F.RJ.B. A., F.S.L, A.M.LC.E., Barr.-
at-Law of the Middle Temple. J. a. Architectural Hygienes-
Carpentry and Joinery ; London Building A cts ; Valuations and
Compensations; Light and Air; Quantities; Dilapidations;
Arbitrations ; and other text-books. Anglebay, West Hamp-
stead, N.W. ; Cuthbert Villas, Westgate-on-Sea ; Brunswick
Terrace, Windsor ; 29 New Bridge Street, E.C.

FLETCHBRy J. S. B. 1863. Picturesque Yorkshire (Dent), 1899-
1901 ; Hist, of the St, Leger Stakes (Hutchinson). 1902 ; Grand
Relations, 1905 ; The Threshing-Floor (Fisher Unwin), 1905 ;
and of many novels. Nantglyn, N. Wales.

FLBTGHBB, WiUlam Tounger, F.S.A., late Asst.-Keeper Printed
Books, Brit. Mus. B. 1830. English Bookbindings in the
British Museum (Paul), 1895 ; Foreign Bookbindings in the
British Museum, 1896 ; Bookbinding %n England and France
(Seeley), 1897 ; English Book Collectors (Paul), 1902. C. Port-
folio, bibliographica, &c. Addison Lodge, Kew.

FUBTy Rev. Professor Robert, D.D., Em; Prof. Div., Edin, Univ.
B. 1838. Philos. of Hist, in Europe (Blackwood), 1874 ; Vico
(Philoe. Classics), 1884 ; Historical Philos. in France, 1894 ;
Socialism (Isbister), 1894 ; Theism, loth ed. ; Anti-Theistic
Theories, 7th ed. ; Sermons and Addresses, 1899 ; Agnosticism,
1903, &c. I Mountjoy Terrace, Musselburgh, ScotUmd.

FLOWBRDBW, Herbert. B. 1866. A Celibate's Wife (Lane).
1898 ; The Realist (Lane), 1899 ; Retaliation (Constable), 1901 ;



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The Woman's View (Richards), 1903 ; The Third Kiss (Naah).
1905 ; Maynard's Wings (Nash), 1907. Pied-A-terre, St. Peters
Park, Broadstairs.

FOAKES-JACKSON, Rev. Canon Frederiek John, M.A., D.D..
Fellow Jesus Coll., Camb. B. 1855. History of the Christian
Church (Hall), 1891-98, 1902-05 ; Christian Difficulties in Ilnd
and XXth Cents, (Hulsean LeCt.) ; The Bibl. Hist, of the Hebrews
(Arnold), 1903-4 ; Christ in the Church, in the Cambridge
Theological Essays, 1905. Jesus College, Cambridge.

FOOAZZARO, Antonio, Italian Novelist, &c. Miranda, 1874 ;
Valsolda (poems), 1896 ; MtUombra, 188 1 (Unwin, 1896) ;
Daniele Cortis, 1885 (Remington, 1890) ; Mistero del Poeta,
1888 ; Piccolo Mondo Antico, 1895 ; Piccolo Mondo Modemo,
1901 ; II Santo (Baldini, Castoldi), 1905. Vicenxa, Italy.

FORBES, Edmund, M.R.A.S.. F.R.G.S. B. 1874. Red Fate
(Greening), 1901. New University and Authors' Clubs.

FORBES, Lady Helen Emily. B. 1874. Notes of a Music Lover
(Bentley), 1897 ; Katharine Cromer (Innes), 1897 ; The Outcast
Emperor (Hutchinson), 1900 ; His Eminence (Nash), 1904 ;
The Provincials (Long), 1905 ; Jfs a Way they have in the
Army (Duckworth), 1905 ; Lady Marian and the Plutocrat
(Long), 1906. C. Queen, Ladies* Field, &c. Stenhouse, Carron,
Stirlingshire ; Rothiemay Castle, Banffshire, N.B.

FORBES, Hon. Mrs. Walter R. D. B. 1866. Blight (Osgood).
1897 ; A Gentleman (Murray), 1900 ; Dumb (Chatto), 1901 ;
Unofficial (Appleton and Constable), 1902. Byth House,
Aberdeenshire, N.B. ; 8 Connaught Street, Xx>ndon, W. ;
Ladies' Athenaeum Qub.

FORD, Isaae Nelson. B. 1848. Tropical America (Scribners),
1893. C. Century, &c, ; London corr. New Yorh Tribune.
18 Old Queen Street, Westminster.

FORDHABf, E. Mary (Mrs. £. O. Fordham) The Evolution of
Local and Imperial Government (Knight & Co.), 1904. Articles
on Local Government, Poor Law, &c, in various papers.
Odsey House, Ashwell, Baldock, Herts.

FORM AN, Harry Buxton, C.B., Second Sec. G.P.O. B. 1842.
Our Living Poets (Tinsley), 1871 ; Works of Shelley, 8 vols. (Reeves
A T.), 1876-80 ; Letters of John Keats to Fanny Brawne, 1878 ;
Poetical Works and other Writings of John Keats, 1883 » Poetical
Works of Shelley, with Memoir (Bell), 1892 ; Letters of John
Keats (Reeves & T.), 1895 ; The Books of William Morris
Described (Hollings), 1897 ; Complete Works of John Keats, with
Memoir, 5 vols. (Gowans), 1900-01 ; Poetical Works of Keats
(Oxford ed.). i90<5; Shelley, Keats, Browning, Mrs. Browning,
and Matthew Arnold, volumes in the Temple Classics (Dent),
1898-1903. Ac. C. Fortnightly, Fine Arts Quarterly Rev., &c.
46 Marlborough Hill, N.W.

FORSHAW, Charles Frederiek (fClarence Sinclair), Hon. M.D.
(Chicago), D.D.S. (Baltimore), LL.D. (Tennessee). F.R.S.L..
F.R.Hist.Soc.. D.C.L. (Washington), Litt.D. (Carolina), F.R.C.I..
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Soc., Chaired Bard of Wales with the title of " Siarl Efrog.*'
Ed. Yorkshire Notes and Queries, B. 1863. Wanderings of
Imagery (Woodhead), 1886 ; Thoughts in the Gloaming (Brown),
1887 ; The Poets of Yorkshire, 6 vols. (Nicholson), 1888-93 *
St. Bees, and other Poems (Simpkin, Marshall), 1891 ; Poems
(Trnbner). 1889 I Life of Rev. T. Garratt. M,A. (Heywood).
1893 ; Yorkshire Ballads (G. Bell & Sons), 1894 ; Tobacco / Is
it Injurious ? 10 editions (Birdsall, 1896) ; The Gordon Birthday
Book (Milne, Aberdeen), 1902 ; Masonic Musings (Kenning),
1900 ; Tributes to Queen Victoria (Swan Sonnenschein). 1901 ;
Gems of Poesy (Kenning), 1902 ; Poems on Salisbury, Marquis
of (Swan Sonnenschein), 1904 ; Coronation Odes (Gay & Bird),

1903 ; At Shakespeare* s Shrine (Elliot Stock), 1904 ; The Village
Church (Gay and Bird), 1904 ; Historic Bradford (Gay & Bird),

1904 ; Tributes to Irving (Stock), 1905 ; Masonic Poems (Ken-
ning). 1906 ; Dental Jottings (Hill), 1906 ; The Poets' Birthday
Book (Kegan Paul), 1906 ; Luke Talbot's Life and Poems, 1907,
&c. C. Notes and Queries, Freemason, Freemason's Chron.,
Masonic Sun, American Tyler, Keystone, Masonic Record,
Masonic World, Daily Graphic, Lancet, &c. Baltimore House,
4 Hustler Terrace, Bradford.

FOBSTTH» Rev. Peter Taylor, M.A., D.D., Principal. Hackney
Theological College, Hampstead. Religion in Recent Art
(Hodder), 1889 ; The Charter of the Church (Alexander), 1896 ;
Rome Reform and Reaction, 1899 ; The Taste of Death (J. Clarke),
1900 : The Yale Lectures on Preaching : Positive Preaching
and Modern Mind, 1907, Ac. C. Contemp. R., &c.

FORTy Pauly Editor of Vers et Prose. Poems : Ballades Franfaises,
1897 ; Montagne, ForSt, Plaine, Mer, 1898 ; Le Roman de Louis
XL, 1898 ; Les Idylles antiques. Intermezzo, 1900 ; V Amour
marin, 1900 ; Paris sentimental, ou le Roman de nos vingt Ans,
1902 ; Les Hymnes de Feu et Lucienne, 1903 ; Coxcomb ou
V Homme tout nu tombS du Paradis ; Le Livre des Visions ;
Henri III., 1906. All in 2nd ed. (Mercure de France). 18 Ruo
Boissonade (XIV«), Paris.

FOSTBRy dement Le Neve, D.Sc, F.R.S., Prof, of Mining. Royal
CoU. of Science, London. B. 1841. Ore and Stone Mining
(Griifin), 1894 ; Elem. Mining and Quarrying, 1903. C. Nature.
Royal College of Science. South Kensington, S.W. .

FOSTBRy Emefl, Editor of CasselVs Sat. Journal and Chums. B.
X853. Men of Note : their Boyhood and Schooldays (Wame),
1882 ; Heroes of the Indian Empire (Cassell), 1886, &c. C.
various. La Belle Sauvage, London, E.C.

FOSTER, Sir Walter, P.C, M.P., M.D., D.C.L., &c. The Use of the
Sphygmograph (Churchill), 1868 ; Method and Medicine
(Churchiu). 1870 ; Clinical Medicine, 1874 ; Political Powerless-
ness of the Medical Profession, 1883 ; Public Aspects of Medicine,
1890 ; and many pamphlets and papers on medical and sanitary
subjects. C. Contemp. R., various medical journals. 30 Gros-
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FOTHEROILL, George Algernoon, M.B., CM. Edin. Univ., Fell.
Roy. Med. Soc. B. 1868. An Old Raby Hunt Club Album,
1899 ; A North-Country Album ; Notes from the Diary of a Doctor,
Artist and Sportsman ; Fothergill's Shetch-Book, &c. C. Baity s
Mag,, Badminton, Vanity Fair, Antiquary, Art Journ,, Ac, &c.
18 Duke Street. Darlington.

FOWLER, Edith Henrietta (Mrs. W. Robert Hamilton), younger
daughter of the Right Hon. Sir Henry Fowler, G.C.S.I., M.P.
The Young Pretenders (Longmans), 1895 ; The Professor's
Children, 1897 ; A Corner of the West (Hutchinson), 1899 ; The
World and Winstow (Hodder), 1901 ; For Richer, for Poorer
(Hurst & Blackett), 1905. St. Anne*s Rectory, Sutton
Bonington. Loughborough.

FOWLER, EUen Thomeyerott (Mrs. A. Laurence Felkin). Verses
Grave and Gay (CasseU), 1891 ; Verses Wise or Otherwise, 1895 •
Cupid* s Garden, 1897 ; Concerning Isabel Carnaby (Hodder),
1898 ; A Double Thread (Hutchinson), 1899 ; The Farringdons,
1900 ; Love*s Argument (Hodder), 1900 ; Sirius, 1901 ; Fuel
of Fire, 1902 ; Place and Power (Hutchinson), 1903 ; in collabo-
ration with her husband, Kate of Kate Hall (Hutchinson), 1904 ;
In Subjection (Hutchinson), 1906. Kingscroft. Eltham, Kent.

FOWLER, James Kingston, M.A., M.D., F.R.C.P., Dean of the
Faculty of Medicine, Univ. of London, Senior Phys. Middlesex
Hosp., &c. B. 1852. Anamic Murmurs (Churchill), 1884 ;
On the Localisation of the Lesions of Phthisis, 1887 ; A Dic-
tionary of Practical Medicine, 1890 ; p. a. Diseases of the Lungs
(Longmans), 1898, &c. 35 Clarges Street, Mayfair.

FOWLER, Re?. Joseph Thomas, M.R.C.S., D.C.L., F.S.A., Vice-
Principal, Bp. Hatfield's Hall, Durham, &c. B. 1833. Durham
Cathedral (Isbister), 1898 ; Life of Dykes (Murray), 1898 ;
College Histories, Durham University (Robinson), 1904 ; £d.
twelve other vols., mostly for the Surtees Soc. C. Archaologia,
Antiquary, Ac. Bp. Hatfield's Hall, Durham.

FOWLER, Re?. Montague, late Chaplain to the Archbp. of Canter-
bury. Ed. Church Bells, 1 895-1906. B. 1858. Some Notable
Archbishops of Canterbury (S.P.C.K.), 1895 ; Church History
in Queen Victorians Reign, 1896 ; Pop. Life of Archbishop
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1901 ; Christian Egypt, 1901. C. Graphic, Badminton, Quiver,
N,Y, Churchman, Sec. Athenaeum Club, S.W. ; Authors'
Club, S.W.

FOWLER, W. Warde, M.A.. Fell, of Lincoln College. Oxford. A
Year with the Birds (Macmillan), 1886 ; Tales of the Birds, 1888 ;
Julius Casar (Putnams), 1891 ; City State of the Greeks and
Romans (Macmillan), 1893 ; Summer Studies of Birds and Books,
1895 ; Roman Festivals of the Republic, 1899 ; More Tales of the
Birds, 1902 ; An Oxford Correspondence of 1903-04 (Blackwell,
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