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trans, of Oehlenschlager, Horace, Catullus, Virgil, Dante,
Goethe, Schiller, and Leopardi. C. Blackwood's Quarterly,.
31 Onslow Square, S.W. ; Brynwilw, Llangollen, Denbigh-
shire.
MARTIKENGO-OESARESCO, Countess Eyelyn. B. 1852. La
Famiglia Cairoli, 1879 ; Essays in the Study of Folk-Songs,
1886 ; Italian Characters, 1890; new ed., 1901 ; Tke Liberation
of Italy, 1894 ; new ed., 1902 ; Cavour, 1898 ; new ed., 1904 ;
Lombard Studies (Unwin), 1902 ; C. Contemp. Rev,, &c. Palazzo
Martinengo, Salo Lago di Garda.

i MARTINS {see Rose Frederiok, W.)-
lARTYN, Edward. B. 1859. Morganie tke Lesser (Sonnen-
schein), 1890 ; Tke Heather Field and Maeve (plays) (Duckworth),
1899 ; The Tale of a Town and An Enchanted Sea (plays) (Unwin),
1902, &c. C. various. Tulira. Ardrahan, co. Galway.

MARWICK, Sir James David, LL.D., F.R.S.E., T.P. for Lanark-
shire, D.L., and J. P. for the county of the City of Glasgow ;
Town Clerk of Edinburgh. 1868-73 ; of Glasgow, 1873-1904. B.
1826. Hist, of the High Constables of Edinburgh 1403-1589,
1865 ; Ed. of Records of the Convention of Royal Burghs of
Scotland; 5 vols., 1 866- 188 5 ; Charters and other Documents
relating to the City of Edinburgh, 1243- 1540; Ed. Records of
City of Edinburgh, 1175-1707, 5 vols., 1869-82 ; Charters and
Documents relating to the City of Glasgow, 3 vols., 1894- 1906 ;
Records of the City of Glasgow, 1 573-1690, 3 vols., 18 76- 1905 ;
The Water Supply of Glasgow from the Earliest Period of Record,
with Notes on Various Developments of the City till the date of
1900, 1901 ; Observations on the Law and Practice of Municipal
Corporations in Scotland, 1879 ; Report on Markets and Fairs
in Scotland, prepared for the Royal Commissioner on Markets
and Fairs, 1890 ; History of the Collegiate Churck and Hospital
of the Holy Trinity, 1891 ; The River Clyde and the Harbour
of Glasgow, 1898 ; Hon. Sec. and Ed. of several volumes of the
Scottish Burgh Records Society, and author of several bureh
and other histories and legal treatises. C. to periodicals.
Society of Antiquaries, Scotland, The Philosophical Society
of Glasgow, Sec, 19 Woodside Terrace, Glasgow.

MARZIALS, Sir Frank Thomas, Knt.. C.B. B. 1840. Life of
Dickens, 1887 ; Life of Victor Hugo (Scott), 1888 ; also part of
Life of Tkackeray, 1891 ; Deatk's Disguises, and otker Sonnets,
1889 ; Life of Gambetta (W. H. Allen), 1890 ; Life of Browning
(Bell), 1905 ; Life of Molidre, 1906, &c. Edited Passages from
Froissart ; Barry Lyndon ; Master Humpkrey*s Clock. C.
Quart. Rev,, Lond. Quart. Rev., Acad., Contemp. Rev,, Diet.
Nat. Biog., Encyclo. Brit,, &c, 9 Ladbroke Square, W.

HASEFIELD, John. Salt-Water Ballads. 1902 ; Ballads, 1903 ; A
Mainsail Haul, Sea Life in Nelson's Time, 1905 ; On tke
Spanish Main, 1906. Ed. Marlowe's Dr. Faustus ; John
Keats's Poems, 1902-3 ; The Fancy, by J. H. Reynolds, 1905 ;
Lyrists of the Restoration, 1906 ; Essays Moral and Polite, 1906 ;
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FART I.] AUTHORS 221

Voyage of Captain William Dampier, 1906; A Tarpaulin
Muster (stories) ; Hakluyfs Voyages (introduction) ; A Book
of English Prose (selections), 1907 ; The Campden Wonder
(play). C. various, c/o The Literary Agency of London,
5 Henrietta Street, W.C.

M ASON» Alfred S. W., M.P. B. 1865. A Romance of Wastdale
(Mathews), 1895 '» "^^ Courtship of Mortice Buckler (Macmillan),
1896 ; The Philanderers, 1897 ; Laurence Clavering, 1898 ;
(with Mr. A. Lang) Parson Kelly (Longmans), 1900 ; Miranda
of the Balcony (Macmillan), 1900 ; The Watchers (Arrowsmith),
1900 ; Clementina (Methuen), 1901 ; The Four Feathers (Smith,
Elder), 1902 ; The Truants (Smith, Elder), 1904, &c. 17
Stratton Street, W.

MASPEROy Giston Oamille Charles. B. 1846. Egypt. Archao.
(Grevel), 1887-89 ; Life in Anc. Egypt and Assy, (Chapman),
1891 ; Daum of CivilisaHon (S.P.C.K.), 1894 ; The Struggle of
the Nations, 1896 ; The Passing of the Empires, 1899. 24 Av.
de I'Observatoire, Paris; Mus^e Egyptien, Cairo, Egypt.

MASSE, H. J. L. J.y M.A. Gloucester (Bell), 1899 ; Chartres, 1900 ;
Tewkesbury and Deerhurst, 1900 ; Bristol, 1901 ; Cic. de Amic,

1901 ; Mont Saint-Michel, 1902 ; Pewter Plate, 1904 ; Oxford
(Siegle, Hill), 1906; A Book of Old Carols (BuUen), 1907.
37 Mount Park Crescent, Ealing, W.

MASS EL, Joseph. B. 1850. Trans, into Hebrew, Milton's Samson,
1890 ; Heb. Poems, orig. and trans., 1897 ; Ahikor the Wise,

1898 ; Longfellow's Judas Maccabaus, 1900 ; Gallery of Heb,
Poets of the XVIIIth and XlXth Cent., 1903 ; Hebrew Poems
(original and translations), including translation of Fitzgerzdd's
Omar Khayyam, Lionist Songs, &c., 1907. 2 Park Place,
Cheetham, Manchester.

MASSINGHAM, Henry William, late Ed. Daily Chronicle ; now Pari.

Rep. Daily News. The London Daily Press (R.T.S.), 1892.

C. XlXth Cent,, Contemp,, Nat, Rev., &c. 34 Grosvenor

Road, S.W.
MASSON, RosaUne. Use and Abuse of English, 1898 ; Lives

of Pollok and Aytoun {Famous Scots), 1899 ; The Transgressors,

1899 ; In our Town, 1901 ; Leslie Farquhar (John Murray),

1902 ; Edinburgh (A. & C. Black), 1904, &c. 2 Lockharton
Gardens, Edinburgh.

MATHER, J. Marshall. B. 1851. Life and Teaching of John
Ruskin (Warne), 1890 ; Lancashire Idylls (Wame), 1895 » ^V
Roaring Loom (Bowden), 1898 ; and two others. Darlington
Place, Cheetham HUl, Manchester.

MATHERS, Edward P., Ed. and Prop. South Africa. B. 1850. A
Glimpse of the Gold Fields, 1884 ; The Gold Fields Revisited,
1887 ; Golden South Africa, 1887-89 ; South Africa, and How to
Reach It, 1889-90 ; Nach SUd Afrika mit d. Castle Linie (Grafius,
Hamburg), 1890 ; Zambesia, England's El Dorado in Africa, &c.
6 Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W.

fMATHERS, Helen (Mrs. Henry Reeves). B. 1853. Comin* thro'
the Rye, 1875 ; Cherry Ripe, 1877 ; My Lady Green Sleeves,



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1878 ; Story of a Sin, 1879 : Eyre*s Acquittal, 1881 ; Sam's
Sweetheart, 1882 ; A Man of To-day, 1892 ; Bam Wildfire, 1898 ;
Becky, 1900 ; Cinders, 1901 ; Honey, 1902 ; Griff of Griffiths'
Court, 1903 ; The Ferryman, 1905 ; Tally Ho!, 1906; Pigskin
and Petticoat, 1907. 2 a Bickenhall Mansions, W.

MATHESON, Annie. B. 1853. The Religion of Humanity (poems)
(Rivingtons), 1890; Lave*s Music (Sampson Low); Love
Triumphant (Ward, Lock), 1898 ; Snowflakes (B. Johnson).
1900 ; Crit. Appreciation of Adam Bede and Silas Mamer (Dent),
1903 ; Selected Poems (Frowde) ; Introduction to John Halifax,
in Methuen's Little Library. C. Macmillan's, Guardian,
Sund. Mag,, Spectator, Speaker, &c. May bury, Woking.

MATHEW, Frank. B. 1865. Pother Mathew, his Life and Times
(Cassell), 1890 ; The Wood of the Brambles (Lane), 1896 ; The
Spanish Wine, 1898 ; One Queen Triumphant, 1899 ; Love of
Comrades, 1900; The Royal Sisters (Long), 1901. &c. 35
Ovington Square, S.W.

MAUDE, Aylmer. B. 1858. Trans, of many of Tolstoy's works,
viz. : What is Art ? (Constable), 1899 ; The Slavery of our Times
(Free Age Press), 1900 ; Sevastopol (vdth Mrs. A. Maude)
(Constable), 1901 ; Plays (with Mrs. A. Maude) (Constable),
1903 ; Essays and Letters, 1903, and Twenty-Three Tales, 1906
' {World's Classics) (O.U.P.) ; author of Tolstoy and his Prob-
lems (Constable), icjoi ; A Peculiar People : the Doukhobors
(Constable), 1905. C. various. Great Baddow, Chelmsford.

MAUDE, Mrs. Aylmer. B. 1855. Trans. Tolstoy's Resurrection
(Constable), 1901 ; Sevastopol (1901) and Plays, 1903 (with
Mr. A. Maude) (Constable). Great Baddow, Chelmsford.

MAUGHAM, William Somerset, M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. B. 1874.
Liza of Lambeth (Unwin), 1897 ; The Making of a Saint, 1898 ;
Orientations, 1899 ; The Hero (Hutchinson), 1901 ; Mrs. Crad-
dock, 1902 ; The Merry -go-Round, 1904 ; The Land of the Blessed
Virsin (Heinemann), 1905 ; The Bishop's Apron (Chapman ^
Hall), 1906 ; The Explorer (Heinemann), 1907. Plays: A Man
of Honour, 1904 ; Lady Frederick, 1907. 34 Dover Street, W.

MAXWELL, Gerald. The Miracle Worker (Grant Richards). 1906.
c/o G. P. Watt, Hastings House, Norfolk Street, W.C.

MAXWELL, Rt Hon. Sir Herbert, Bart., P.C, LL.D.. &c.
B. 1845. Meridiana (Blackwood), 1892 ; Scott, Land Names,
1894 ; Post Meridiana, 1895 ; Memories of the Months (Arnold),
four series, 1897-1907 ; Sixty Years a Queen (Eyre), 1897 ♦
Salmon and Sea Trout (Lawrence & B.), 1898 ; Robert the
Bruce (Putnams), 1898 ; The Chevalier of the Splendid Crest
^lackwood), 1900 ; Life of the Duke of Wellington (Low), 1900 ;
The House of Douglas (Freemantle), 1901 ; Life of Geo. Romney
(Scott), 1902 ; The Creevy Papers (Murray), 1903 ; The Story
of the Tweed (Nisbet), 1905 ; The Sialacronica of Sir Thomas
Gray, 1907 ; other hist, works and essays and some novels. C.
XlXth Cent., Blackwood's, P. M. Mag., Anglo-Saxon, &c.
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■AXWELLy WUUam Babington, writer of novels and short
stories. The Countess of Maybury, 1901 ; Fabulous Fancies,
1903 ; The Ragged Messenger, 1904 ; Vivien, 1905 ; The Guarded
Flame, 1906 ; Odd Lengths, 1907. Lichfield House, Richmond,
Surrey.

MAXWELL* William. Special correspondent for the Daily Mail
From the Yalu to Port Arthur, 1906.

fMATy Ennls (Miss Mary Innes). Pansies (verse) (G. Allen), 1901.
Ladies' College. Cheltenham.

MATO, Mn. Isabella Fyvie (f Edward Garrett). Occupations of a
Retired Life, 1868 ; Croohed Places (Strahan), 1873 ; Rab
Bethune's Double (Oliphant), 1894; ^ Daughter of the Klephts
(Chambers), 1897; and many other books; articles, historic,
biographic, and travel in many magazines, &c. Old Aber-
deen.

MAYOR, John Eyton Biekersteth, M.A., D.D.. F.B.A., &c.. Prof.
Latin. Camb., 1872. Thirteen Sat. Juvenal (Macmillan), 1853 ;
Life of Bish. Bedell, 1871 ; The Latin Heptateuch (C.U.P.), 1889 ;
various other Lives and Latin Texts. C. Jour. Class. Soc.
Pkilol., Jour. Philol., Class. Rev., Vegetarian, &c. St. John's
College, Cambridge.

MAYOR, Re?. Joseph B., Em. Prof. K. C, Lond. B. 1828. Greeh
for Beginners (Macmillan), 1869 ; Cic. de Nat. Deor. (C.U.P.),
1880-85 ; Sketch of Anc. Philos. (C.U.P.), 1881, &c., &c. Queens-
gate House, Kingston Hill, Surrey.

MEAD, 0. R. 8., B.A., Ed. Theosoph. Review. B. 1863. The
Upanishads, 1896 ; Fragments of a Faith Forgotten, 1900 ;
Apollonius of Tyana, 1901 ; The Gospels and the Gospel, 1902 ;
Did Jesus Live 100 b.c. ? 1903 ; Thnce Greatest Hermes, 1906 ;
Echoes from the Gnosis, 1907 ; and other works. 42 Cheyne
Court, S.W.

tMB ADE, L. T. (Mrs. Toulmin Smith). The Medicine Lady (Cassell),
1892 ; Stories from the Diary of a Doctor (Newnes), 1901 ; Drift
(^(ethuen), 1902 ; The Witch Maid, 1903 ; Love Triumphant
(Fisher Unwin) ; C<istle Poverty (Nisbet) ; Resurgam (Methuen) ;
numerous other tales, &c. C. Strand, Pearson's, Windsor,
Woman at Home, &c. The Woodlands, Dulwich Common, S.£.

MBAKIMy Annette, M.B. A Ribbon of Iron (Constable). 1901 ; In
Russian Turkestan (G. Allen), 1903 ; Russia : Travels and
Studies (Hurst & Blackett), 1906 ; Woman in Transition
(Methuen), 1907. C. Black and White, Pall Mall Gautte,
Queen, Sec. 12 Bryanston Mansions, York Street, W.

MBAKHr, MeTlll G. Myers, B.A. Oxon. B. 1876. The Assassins :
a Romance of the Crusades (Heinemann), 1902 ; collaborated
with H. T. Shehngham, The Court of Saccharissa ; a Midsummer
Idyll (Heinemann), 1904 ; serialized (Macmillan* s Magazine),
Royal Societies Club, St. James Street, S.W.

tMELAIl VAN JAVA (Marie Sloot). Dutch NoveUst. B. 1853.
Jongvrouw van Groenerode, 18^4 ; De familie van den Resident,
1875 ; Milians ; Rosa Marxna ; Lok i?#n*C?t|, &c. 22 Van
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MELDOLA, Raphftel, F.R.S., Prof. Chem. Qty and Guilds Inst., &c.
B. 1849. Inorganic Chemistry (Murby). 1874 1 Trans. Wets-
mann*s Studies in Theory of Descent (Low), 1880-81 ; The
Chem. of Photography (Macmillan), 1889 ; The Chemical Syn-
thesis of Vital Products (Arnold), 1904, &c. C. Nature. 6 Bruns-
wick Square, W.C.

MELDRUMy David Storrar, Lit. Adviser to Messrs. Blackwood. B.
1865. The Story of Margredel (Blackwood), 1894 ; Grey
Mantle and Gold Fringe, 1896 ; Holland and the Hollanders,
1899 ; The Conquest of Charlotte, 1902. 37 Paternoster Row,
E.G.

MELVILLE, Fred J., Pres. Junior Philatelic Soc. ABC of Stamp
Collecting, 1903 ; The Bishop of London, 1904 ; The Postage-
Stamps of Great Britain, 1904 ; Hayti, 1905 ; Guide and Index
to the Tapling Collection at the British Museum, 1905 ; United
States, 1905 ; The Lady Forger (original play), 1906 ; Siam :
its Posts and Postage Stamts, 1906 ; Sarawak, 1907. 14 Sud-
boume Road, Brixton, S. W.

tHELVILLE, Lewis (Lewis S. Benjamin). B. 1874. Life of
Thackeray (Hutchinson), 1899 '» Eo- Thackeray's Stray Papers,

1 901 ; In the World of Mimes, 1902 ; Ed. Thackeray's Works,
20 vols. (Macmillan), 1903-7 ; part-author of Thackeray
{Bookman Booklets), 1904 ; The Thackeray Country (Black),
1905 ; Victorian Novelists (Constable), 1906 ; The First Gentle-
man of Europe (Hutchinson), 1906 ; Farmer George (Pitman),

' 1907 ; Bath under Beau Nash (Nash), 1907. Plays : A Chelsea
Pensioner; Napoleon, 1905. C. Daily Chron., Daily Graphic,
Fort. Rev., Bookman, &c. Salcombe, Harpenden, Herts.

MEM DES, Catiille» B. 1841. Poesies ; Poesies nouvelles ; La grive
des vignes ; Les braises du cendrier ; Poesies completes, 1 864-9 j \
novels : Les Folies amoureuses, 1877 ; Jeunes FilUs, 1884 ; Leshta,
1886 ; Pierre le vMdique ; Zo*har ; Mephistophila ; La maison
de la vieille ; Gog, &c., &c. ; some plays : Les frhres d*armes ;
Justice ; Le Capitaine Fracasse, 1870 ; Les Mires ennemies, 1882 ;
Le Cfiatiment, 1887 ; La reine ; Fiammette, 1889 '» MM^e, 1901 ;
La Carmelite ; &c., &c. 6 Rue Boccador, Paris.

MEMPBS, Dorothy. (With Mortimer Menpes) War Impres-
sions (A. & C. Black), 1900 ; Japan, 1901 ; World Pictures,

1902 ; World Children, 1903 ; The Durbar, 1903. 25 Cadogan
Gardens, S.W.

MENPES, Mortimer, R.I., R.E., F.R.G.S. Whistler as I Knew
Him (A. & C Black), 1904 ; Henry Irving, 1906. 25 Cadogan
Gardens, S.W.

MENZIES, Re?. Allan, M.A. St. And., D.D. Glas., Prof. Div. and
Bibl. Crit., St. "Mary's, St. Andr. ; Ed. Rev. of Theology and
Philosophy. B. 1845. Hist, of Religion (Murray), 1895 '» The
Earliest Gospel (Macmillan), 1901, &c. C Contem., Expository
Times, &c. 58 South Street, St. Andrews.

MEREDITH, George. B. 1828. See Bibliography, in Appendix.
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MUHHK0V8KT» DnttrL Triology : I. Smiert Bogoo (The Death
of the Gods), 1899 ; II, VoskreshU Bofi (The Arisen Gods),
1900; ///. Aniichrisi (Peter and the Antichrist); Tolstoi as
Man mnd Artist, 1903, Ac c/o Review Viessy, Place du
Th6itre. M6tropole, 23, Moscow.

MKBBIOK, LeOBai£ B. 1864. Mr. Basalgette's Agent (Routledge).
1888 ; Violet Moses (Bentley), 1891 ; The Man who was Good
(Chatto) ; This Stage of Fools (Chatto) ; Cynthia (Chatto).
1896 ; One Man's View (Richards) ; The Actor-Manager
(Richards) ; The Worldlings (Murray) ; When Love Flies out o'
the Window (Pearson) ; Conrad in Quest of his Youth (Richards),
1903 ; The Quaint Companions (Richards), 1903 ; Whispers
about Women (Nash), 1906 ; The House of Lynch (Hodder A
Stoughton), 1907. Plays, 1896-1903. Savage Club.

HISSBITT, Charies (fMax Baring). B. 1857- Whiffs from a Short
Briar (Simpkin), 1897 ; Troubles of a Shovel Hat, 190 1 ; The
Canon's Butterfly (Greening), 1903 ; A Doctor in Corduroy
(Greening), 1905 ; A Prophet of Wales (Greening), 1906 ; The
Shattered Idol (Simpkin, Marshall), 1907. 140 North End,
Croydon.

MBTOALFE9 OnnstomL Splendid Mourning (Ward, Lock), 1902.
C XlXth Cent., Fort. Rev., &c. The Authors' Club, 3 White-
haU Court, S.W.

MRHUBM, JJgernon IL SMmaily M.A. B. 1856. Peace or War
in S. Africa (Methuen), 1900 ; numerous school books. New
Place, Haslemere.

MKTEB, Re?. Vr»d«riek Brotherton* B.A. Lond. B. 1847. Elijah
(Moigan), 1887 ; The SouTs Ascent (Marshall), 1901 ; and other
religious works. Memorial Hall, Farringdon Street, B.C.

MBTBB, K1UIO9 Prof, of Germ., reader in Celtic, Liverpool Univ.
B. 1858. Numerous edited Celtic texts and other philolosical
works, &c. Ed. Merugud Uilix Maiec Leirtis (the Irish
"Odyssey") (Nutt), 1886; The Voyage of Bran (Grimm Ub.),
X895. Tlie University, Liverpool.

MBTMBLI^ Itn. Aliea. Poor Sisters of Nazareth (Bums), 1889 ;
Poems (Lane). 1893 ; Rhythm of Life, 1893 » Coventry Patmore,
Selections (Heinemann), 1895 ; Colour of Life (Lane), 1896 ;
The Children, 1896 ; Flower of the Mind (Richards), 1897 I
Spirit of Place (Lane), 1898 ; London Impressiotis (Constable),
1898 ; John Rushin (Blackwood), 1900 ; Later Poems (Lane), 1901 ;
Children of the Old Masters, Ital. School (Duckworth), 1903 ;
Introductions to Red Letter Library of Poets (Blackie), 1904;
Introduction to Coventry Patmore (Routledge), IS)05. 4 Gran-
ville Place Mansions, Portman Square, W.

MBTNELL, Wlltlld (tjohn Oldcastle). B. 1852. Journals and
Journalism ; Card. Newman ; Faith Found in London ; Ben-
jamin Disraeli : an Unconventional Biography, 1903 • Contri-
Dutor to many journals, <Skc 4 Granville Place A^ansions, W.

MBTRIOK, Re?. Preb. Frederlek, M.A. B. 1827. Hist, of the Church
in Spain (Wells Gardner), 1892 ; The Holy Communion (Long-
maoB), 1899 ; Scriptural and Catholic Truth, 1901 ; Sunday

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Observance, 1902 ; Appeal from (he New to H^ True CaiMoli^s
(jointly with Dean Wace). 1904 ; Appeal to the Sixteenth and
Seventeenth Centuries, 1905 ; Memoirs of Life at Oxford and
Elsewhere^ 1905 ; and other religious works. C Quarterly, &c.
Bliclding Rectory, Aylsham, Norfolk.

tHEZlVRESy Alfred. B. 1826. £. 1874. Shahespeare, i86t ;
Goethe, les CEuvres expliqiUes par la Vie, 1872 ; En France,
hors de France, 1889 ; Vie de Mirabeau, 1891 ; Morts et
Vivants, 1896; Au temps passi, 1906; Silhouettes de Soldats,
1907 ; Hommes et Femmes d^hier et d'avant-hier, 1907. 57 Boule-
vard St. -Michel, Paris.
MIALL, LoQlS C, D.Sc.. F.R.S. B. 1842. Structure and Life
History of the Cockroach (with Prof. Denny) (Lovell Reeve),
1886 ; Natural History of Aquatic Insects (Macmillan), 1895 ;
The Harlequin ^ Fly (with A. R. Hammond) (O.U.P.), 1900 ;
House, Garden, and Field (Edward Arnold), 1904 ; and three
others. Letchworth.

MIDDLEMASS, Jean. Has written many serials, for National Press
Agency, Northern Newspaper Syndicate, Lloyd's Sunday paper,
The People, Aberdeen Free Press, &c. Also novels with Messrs.
Chapman & Hall, Chatto & Windus, Hurst & Blackett, John
Long, Digby Long, and others. C. short stories in various
magazines. 96 Eaton Terrace, S.W.

MIDDLETON, Jessie Adelaide. Love Songs and LiUle Lyrics (Gay
& Bird), 2iid ed., 1905 ; Amer. ed. (J. W. Luce & Co., Boston),
1907. C. Cornhill, P. M, Mag,, P. Af, Gazette, Globe, West-
minster, Ac. 97D Linden Gardens, Bayswater, W.

MIDDLETON, Rev. Robert. B. 1858. The Second Coming of our
Lord (Janold), 1897; Is Christ Coming? 1900; Glimpses of
Glory land, 1902 ; Baptism (Ward. Lock), 1904 ; How is Jesns
Coming ? (Marshall Bros.), 1904 ; and numerous other religious
books. St. Michaers Rectory, Norwich.

lfIDDLETON-WAKE» ReY. C. H., M.A., F.L.S. Notes on the
Etched Work of Rembrandt (Wilson), 1877 ; Descriptive Catalogue
of the Etched Work of Rembrandt (Murray), 1878 ; Catalogue of
the Engraved Work of Albert Diirer (printed by order of the
Syndics of the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. 189J), ftc. C.
Academy, Sat. Rev. 5 Carlton Road, Tunbridge Wells.

MIERS, Henry Alex., M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S., Waynflete Prof. Mineral.
Oxon. B. 1858. The Soil in Relation to Health (Macmilkn),
1^9$; Mineralogy, igo2, C. Scient. Joums. Magdalen College,
Oxford.

MILES, Alfred Henry. A Book of Heroes ; Rigmaroles and Nursery
Rhymes ; The Rationale of Elocution ; Floras Almanic (Cantata)
The Land of Song (music instruction) ; Editor of The Poets

; and Poetry of the Century, new ed., 12 vols. (Routledge), 1904-
1907 ; The Laureates of King Demos ; the Poets and the People ;
" Fifty 'two " Stories series, 52 vols. ; The New Standard Elocu-
tionist ; Our National Songs ; Concise Knowledge Series, 7.
Natural History, IT. Astronomy. 49 St. Fillan's Road, Catford,
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■ILIS, Bostsoe, M.A. A History of Rome (Grant Richards) ; The
Teaching of Jesus To-day (Grant Richards) ; The Mad Annual
(with £. F. Benson) ; Muscle, Brain, and Diet (Sonnenschein) ;
Avenues to Health ; The Training of the Body (with Dr. F.
Schmidt) ; How to Learn Philology ; Failures of Vegetarianism ;
The Game of Squash (Bell) ; MaihemaHcal Law in the Spiritual
World : How to Remember (Wamc) ; How to Prepare Essays,
Lectures, etc. (Rivingtons) ; Essays in the Making ; Lessons in
Lawn Tennis (Upcott Gill) ; Racquets, Tennis, and Squash ;
How to Answer Philology Questions (Macmillan A Bowes) ;
Daily Training; The Crtchet of Abel, Hirst, and Shrewsbury;
Golf ; Diversions Day by Day (last four with E. F. Benson)
(Hnrst & Blackett) ; Wha Foods Feed Us (Newnes) ; The New
Cookery (Partridge) ; The Physical Educator (Cassell) ; The
Alphabet of Athletics ; Good Digestion (Routledge) ; The Eustace
Miles Restaurant Recipes ; Qutck and Easy Recipes ; A Simple
Prayer and Creed (Eustace Miles) ; The Power of Concentration
and How to Acquire It (Methuen) ; Ten Laws of Health ; Eustace
Miles's System of Physical Culture (Health and Strength Co.) ;
Balanced Life (Samurai Press). C. Daily Mail, &c. 40-42
Chandos Street, Charing Cross, W.C.

MILL, Hugh Robert* D.Sc., LL.D., &c. B. 1861. The Realm of
Nature (Murray), 1892 ; New Lands (Griffin), 1900 ; Siege of the
South Pole, 1905 ; numerous scientific and educa. books. &c ;
Ed. British Rainfall (annual) ; Symons's Meteorology Mag.
(monthly). C. Ency. Brit., Nature, Sat. Rev., Speaker, &c
The HolUes, Mill Hill, N.W.

MILLAia* John Gnllle. B. 1865. Game Birds and Shooting Sketches
(Sotheran). 1892 ; A Breath from the Veldt, 1895 ; Life and
Letters of Sir J. E. Millais, P.R.A. (Methuen), 1899 ; The Wild-
fowler in Scotland (Longmans), 1901 ; The Natural History of
the British Surface-feeding Ducks, 1903 ; The Mammals of Great
Britain and Ireland, 1904 ; Newfoundland and its Untrodden
Ways, 1907, &c. C. Badminton Lib., Enclyco. Sport. Comp-
ton's Brow, Horsham.

HILLARy A. H.» F.S.A. Ed. of Valentine's Shire Series of County
Histories, in 100 vols. B. 1847. Historical Castles of Scotland
(Gardner), 1890 ; many other hist, works relating to Scotland.
C. Diet. Nat. Biog., &c. Rosslyn House, Dundee.

MILLBRy Bfther. The Sport of the Gods (Innes) ; Willowood
(Hai^>ers) ; A Prophet of the Real (Heinemann) ; Rosabel (Heine-
mann), 1904, &c. 31 Bickenhall Mansions, Gloucester Place,
vv.

MILLBR, Mrt* noronoo Fenwlek (fFilomena). The House of Life
(Chatto) ; Social Economy (Longmans), 1882 ; Life of Harriet
Martineau (W. H. Allen), 1884; In Ladies* Company (Ward
ft Downey), 1893, &c. Ed. Woman's Signal, 1895-99 ; Outward
Bound, 1 891-1906. C. Illus. Lond, News, D. News ; and many
others. St. Leonards, Chart Road, Reigate.

MILUGAN, Rev. GM>rge» M.A., D.D. B. i860. Golden Nails (OU-
phant), 1893 ; ^^ English Bible : its Hist. (Black), 1895 ; The

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Lord's Prayer (Oliphant), 1895 : Lamps and PUchers (Oliphaat),
1896 ; The TheoL of the Epis, to the Hebrews (T. Clark), 1899 '>
The Twelve Apostles (Dent), 1904 ; Comrnentary on the Epi^les
to the Thessalonians (Macniillan), 1907, &c. C. The Expositor,
Crit. Review, &c. Caputh Manse, Murthly.

MILLS, Edmund James, LL.D., D.Sc, F.R.S., &c. B. 1840. Waier-
Supply and Sewage (Gumey), 1889 ; other sclent, books ; My
Only Child (poems) (Constable), 1895 ; The Secret of Petrarch
(Unwin), 1904. 64 Twyford Avenue, West Acton, W.

HILNBRy Vlseount, G.C.B., late High Commissioner of South Africa.
England in Egypt (Arnold), 1892 ; Arnold Toynbee, 1895.

nLNES, Alfred, M.A. Lond. B. 1849. ^^^^ Worhs of Johnson
(O.U.P.), 1879 ; Butler's Hudibras (Macmillan), 1881 ; Elem,
Notions of Logic (Sonnenschein), 1884 ; From GUd to Factory
(Finch), 1904, &c. 44 Goldhurst Terrace, South Hampstead,
N.W.

niGHELL, Sir Arthur, M. A., M.D. The Insane in Private Dwellings
(Edmonston), 1864 ; What is Civilization ? (Douglas), 1880 ;



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