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List of Boohs of Travel in Scotland, 1296-1900, ip02 ; About
Dreaming, Laughing, and Blushing, 1905, &c C saent. joums.
34 Drummond Place, Edinburgh.

nXOHELL, C. Ainsworth, B.A. Oxon.. F.I.C, Departmental Editor
of Knowledge, Flesh Foods (Griffin), 1900 ; Trans. Ferments and
their Actions, 1901 ; Chemistry of Oils (Griffin), 1903 ; Dr,
Armyon^s Wife (a play adapted from the German of P. O.
Hoecker) (Int. Copyright Bureau), 1905 ; Trans. Toxines and
Antitoxines (Griffin), 1906. C. Chambers's Jour,, Windsor,
Pall Mall Gaz., Art W others* Quart., &c. 10 Bedford Row,
W.C.

UTFORD, Bertram. The Expiation of Wynne Palliser (W., Lock),
1896 ; The Sign of the Spider (Methuen), 1896 ; Aletta (White),
1900 ; Triumph of Hilary Blachland (Chatto), 1901 ; The Word
of the Sorceress (Hutchinson), 1902 ; HavHand's Chum, 1903 ;
many other stories. Authors* Qub, Whitehall Court, S.W.

IQTTOM, 0. E., Ed. Who's Who Year-Booh, Writers' and Artists' Year-
Book. Sub-Ed. Who's Who, Ed. of Black's Scotch Guides, Animal
Autobiographies, &c. A Bachelor Girl in London, 1898, and
three other novels; The Children's Book of London (Black).
1903 ; The Dog (Black), 1904 ; Jane Austen and her Times
(Methuen), 1905 ; A Bachelor Girl in Burma (Black), 1907 ;
The Children's Book of Stars (Black), 1907 ; wrote text of The
Scenery of London, Normandy, and The Thames. Ed. and
co-an., with the late Sir W. Besant, of The Fascination of
London series. C. Windsor, &c. 4 Dordrecht Mansions,
Brook Green, W. ; Lyceum Club.

MOBBRLY, Luey Gertrude. B. i860. Sick Nursing^zat Home
(Scient. Press), 1899 ; A Great Patience (Partridge) ; That
Preposterous Will (Ward, Lock), 1906 ; Hope My Wife (Ward.
Lock), 1906; Diana (Ward, Lock), 1907; Dan and Another
(Ward, Lock). 1907. C. Sunday Mag., G.O,P.» Windsor,



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CasseWs ; serials in ladies' magazines, and others, ftc. 3 Clar-
ence Terrace, Regent's Park, N.W.

M0CKLBR-FBRBYMA1I» Ueot-OoL Augiutiis F., late Prof. MiUt.
Topog. R. M. CoU., Sandhurst. B. 1856. Up the Niger
(PhiUp), 1892 ; Jn the Northman's Land (Low). 1896 ; Annals
of Sandhurst (Heinemann). 1900 ; Brit. West Africa, 2nd ed.,
1900 ; Brit. Nigeria (Cassell), 1902 ; various otiier Reog. and
military works. C. Badminton, Blackwood's, MacmulaWs, &c.
Broadway House, Sandhurst. Berks.

MOIMBT» Re?. Oharlos, M.A., D.D. B. 1842. The Great Alter-
native (Hodder), 1900 ; The Good Cheer of Jesus Christ (Low) ;
The Consciousness of Jesus (Griffiths). Redcross, Oakdale
Road, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

M0LB8W0RTH, Kn. Mary Louisa. Lover and Husband (Tinsley).
1873 ; Hathercourt Rectory (Hurst), 1878 ; The Cuckoo Clock
(MacmiUan) ; Carrots ; The House th€U Grew (Macmillan), 1900 ;
and many other tales for children. C. Macmillan's, Sunday
Mag. 155 Sloane Street. S.W.

MOLLOYy J. ntsgenld. Court Life Below Stairs, London under the
Georges. 4 vols., 1882-83 ; Merely Players ; // is no Wonder,
1882 ; What Hast Thou Done ? 1883 ; L*h and Adventures of Peg
Woffington, 1884 ; Royalty Restored, or London under Charles II.,
1885 ; Famous Plays since the Restoration, 1886 ; That Villain
Romeo, 1886 ; A Modern Magician, 1887 ; The Life and Adven-
tures of Edmund Kean, 1888 ; An Excellent Knave, 1893 ; Sweet
is Revenge, 1893 ; The Most Gorgeous Lady Blessington, 1896 ;
A Justified Sinner, 1897 ; The Romance of the Irish Stage, 1897 I
The Queen* s Comrade, Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, 1901 ;
The Sailor King, William IV., His Court and His Subjects,
1903 ; The Romance of Royalty, 1904 ; The Russian Court in the
Eighteenth Century, 1905 ; Sir Joshua and His Circle, 1906, Sec.
40 Norland Square, W.

MOMBT, L. 0. Chiona. M.P. British Trade and the Zollverein Issue,
1902 ; Elements of the Fiscal Problem, 1903 ; Riches and Poverty,
1905. Address after June, 1908, Chaldon, Surrey.

M01IK8H00D, 6. F. Wit and Wisdom from Edgar Saltus (Green-
ing), 1903 ; The Cynic's Posy, 1903 ; The Worldling's Wit, with
an Essay upon Epigram, c/o Messrs. Greening & Co., Cecil
Court, Charing Cross Road, W.C.

MOBKSWBLL^ Lord, LL.B. Kate GrenuiUe (Smith, Elder), 1896;
and severaJ legal works. C. Fortnightly, Law Mag. Monkswell
House, S.W.

MOMTBFIORB, 0. G., M.A. Co.-£d. Jewish Quart. Rev. B. 1858.
The Origin of Religion (Hibbert Lectures), 1892 ; Liberal
Ji4daism, 1903 ; Bible for Home Reading, 2 vols., 1900 ; Truth
in Religion, 1906 ; pa. au. Aspects^of Judaism, 2nd ed., 1902,
Ac. 12 Portman Square, W.

MOBTGOMBRY, Fiontieo. B. 1843. Misunderstood (Bentley),
1869 ; Thrown Together, 1872 ; Transformed, 1886 ; Prejudged
(MacmiUan), 1900 ; An Unshared Secret, 1903 ; and. other
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MOMTRESOR, F. F. Into the Highways and Hedges (Hntchin-
8on)» 1895 ; The One who looked on» 1895 ; False Coin or True,
i89<5 ; At the Cross Roads, 1897 ; The Alien (Methnen), 1901 ;
The Celestial Surgeon (Arnold). 1904 ; The Burning Torch
(Murray), 1907, &c. 15 Elvaston Place, Queen's Gate, S.W.

MOORE, Arthur WIlllam» C.V.O., M.A., SpesJcer of the House of
Keys. B. 1853. Place-Names and Surnames of the I, of Man
(Stock), 1890 ; The Folk-Lore of the I, of Man (Brown, Douglas),
1 891 ; Diocese of Sodor and Man (S.P.C.K.)f 1893 » History of
the /. of Man (Unwin), 1900 ; Manx Worthies (Broadbent,
Douglas), 1901 ; Story of the I, of Man (Unwin), 1901. Cronk-
bourne, Douglas. I.O.M.

MOORE, ReY. Edward, D.D., Hon. D.Litt., Corr. Memb. Accademia
della Crusca ; Fell. Brit. Acad. ; Prin. St. Edmund Hall, Oxford ;
Canon Resid. Canterbury Cathedral. B. 1835. Aristotle's
Ethics (Rivingtons), 1871 ; Time References in the Div, Comedy
(Nutt), 1887 ; enlarged, revised, and trans, into Italian, 1900 ;
Text CriL Divina Commedia (C.U.P.), 1889 ; DarUe and His
Early Biographers (Rivingtons), 1890 ; TuUe le Opere di Dante
(O.U.P.), 1894; Studies %n Dante, 1896, 1899, 1903. C. Quar-
terly, Edin. Rev., Fortnightly,

MOORE, Frank Frankfort. B. 1855. Several volumes of verse,
1874-75 ; Where the Rail Runs Now (M. Ward), 1876 ; Daireen
(Smith), 1879 ; The Great Orion (S.P.C.K.), 1886 ; / Forbid the
Banns (Hutchinson). 1893 ; -4 Gr^V ^y^ or So, 1893 ; They CaU
it Love, 1895 ' ^^^^^^ of Philistia, 1895 '» ^*« Jessamy Bride,

1897 ; The Fatal Gift, 1898 ; A Nest of Linnets, 1901 ; A Damsel
or Two, 1902 ; Castle Omeragh, 1903 ; Shipmates in Sunshine,
1903 ; The Original Woman ; Sir Roger's Heir ; The Other
World, 1904 He Loved bra One (Nash), 1905 ; The Artful Miss
Dill (Hutchinson). 1906 ; many other novels and several plays.
17 Pembroke Rosid, Kensington, W.

MOORE, George. Flowers of Passion (Provost). 1877 ; Pagan
Poems (Newman), 1881 ; A Modern Lover (Tinsley), 1883 ; ^
Drama in Muslin (Vizetelly), 1886 ; Confessions of a Young
Man (Sonnenschein), 1888 ; Impressions and Opinions (Nutt).
1890 ; Esther Waters (Scott), 1894 ; Evelyn Junes (Unwin).

1898 ; Sister Teresa, 1901 ; The Untitled Field, 1903.
MOORE, H. Kingsmill, D.D., Balliol CoU., Oxf. Class Teaching,

9th thousand (Ch. of £ng. Sun. Sch. Institute), 1888 ; Funda-
mental Principles of Education, 2nd thousand (do.), 1889 ;
Unwritten Chapter in the History of Education (MacmiUan),
1904 ; The Way to Teach the Bible, 2nd thousand (Longmans),
1906. C. Church Quart,, Guardian, Church Times, MacmiUan' s.
School, Hibbert Journ, Blackwood's, &c. Principal, Church of
Ireland Training College. Kildare Place, Dublin.
MOORE, Henry Charles. The Dacoit's Treasure (Partridge). 1898 ;
Britons at Bay (Wells Gardner), 1900 ; Omnibuses and Cabs : their
Origin and History (Chapman), 1901 ; Noble Deeds of the World's
Heroines (R.T.S.). 1903 ; Through Flood and Flame (R.T.S.).
1904 ; Marching to Ava (Gall). 1904 ; The Stowaway's Quest



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(Pitman), 1905 ; The Andros Island TrBosure (Gall), 1906, Sec.
Calstock, Spencer Road, Wealdstone, Middlesex.

HOOBBy T. Stvrge. The Vinedresser, and other Poems, 1899 ;
AUdorfer, 1900 ; Aphrodite a£ainst Artemis, 1901 ; Absalom,
(Unicom Press), 1903 ; The Centaur^s Booty ; The Rout of the
Amazons, 1903 ; The Gazelles, and other Poems ; Pan's Prophecy ;
To Leda, and other Odes ; Theseus, Medea, and Lyrics; Albert
DOrer, 1904 ; Correggio (Duckworth), 1906. C. Dial, Pageant,
Quarterly, New Quarterly, 20 St. James's Square, Holland
Park. W.

M00RH0U8E, Rt Rev. Junes, M.A., D.D., Litt.D., late Bishop
of Melbourne and Manchester. B. 1826. Hulsean Lectures,
1865 ; Daneers of the Apostolic Age (Macmillan), 1890 ; The
Teaching of Christ, 1891 ; The Roman Claim to Supremacy,
1894: Church Worh (Macmillan), 1894; The Expectation of
the Christ, 1889. Poundesford Park, nr. Taunton ; Athenaeum
Club.

MORGAMy Benjamin H., Engineering Trades Commissioner to South
Africa. In the Beginning (Cartwright), 1897 '* Buns on High
Speed Locomotives (King), 1901 ; Prevent, of Strikes and Lock-
outs, 1902 ; The Systematic Promotion of British Trade ; High-
Speed Steam Engines, 1902 ; Report : Engineering Trades of
5. Africa, 1902 ; Ed. National Engineering and Trade Lectures
(Constable). Numerous papers read before Engineering and
Scientific Bodies, &c. Orchard House, Westminster, S.W.

MORGAB, Conwy Lloyd, LL.D., F.R.S., Prin. University CoU.,
Bristol. Animal Biology (Longmans), 1887 ; Animal Life and
Intelligence (Arnold), 1890 ; Introduction to Comparative Psych-
ology (Scott), 1805 ; Habit and Instinct (Arnold), 1896; Animal
Behaviour (Arnold), 1900 ; The Interpretation of Nature (Arrow-
smith), 1905, &c. Qayton House, Clifton Park, Bristol.

MOBGAB-DB-GROOT, Dr. J. B. 1868. A Lotus Flower (Black-
wood), 1898 ; Even If, 1899 ; Tan van Dych, 1904 ; The Bar
Sinister, 1906, &c. 51 Cromwell Avenue, Highgate, N.

MOBGAB, George Ernest, M.A. Joint-Ed. of The Christian.
Author of Dreams and Realities ; In School and Playground, etc.
12 Paternoster Buildings, E.C.

MORGAB, RIehard Cope, Founder and Editor of The Christian.
Life of Richard Weaver ; At Jesus* Feet ; Outpoured Spirit and
Pentecost ; God's Self-emptied Servant ; and other expository
works. Northfield, Crescent Road. Crouch End, N.

MORLBT, George. Leafy Warwickshire (Murray), 1895 * ^^ Rustic
Livery (Dent), 1896 ; In Russet Mantle Clad (Skeffington) ;
Sweet Audrey (Jarrold), 1898 ; Shakespeare's Greenwood (Nutt),
IQOO ; A Bunch o* Blue Ribbons, 1903, &c. C. National Rev.,
Art Joum., Black and White, Sunday Strand, Queen, Daily
Mail, Weekly Dispatch, Knowledge, &c. Caistaxn, Lansdowne
Circus, Leamington.

MOBLBT, Rt Hon. John, D.C.L., F.R.S., M.P., Order of Merit, 1902.
B. 1838. Edmund Burke (Macmillan), 1867 ; Critical Mis-
cellanies (Chapman), 1871-77 ; Voltaire, 1871 ; Rousseau, 1873 ;



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Compromise, 1874 ; Diderot, 1878 ; Burke, 1879 ; CoMen, x88i ;
Studies in LiUraiure, 1891 ; Machiavelli (Macmillan), 1897 ;
Cromwell, 1900 ; Life of W, E, Gladstone, 1903. Flowermead,
Wimbledon Park, S.W.

MORRAH» Herbert Arthur, Editor of The LUercury Year-Book,
1900-02. B. 1870. A .Serious Comedy (Methuen), 1896;
The Faithful City, 1897 ; The Optimist (Pearson), 1898 ; Fortuna
(Cassell) ; various poems, short stories, and reviews, 1899-1904.
100 Duke's Avenue. Chiswick, W.

MORRIS, Sir Lewis, M.A. Oxon., Hon. D.Litt. Univ. of Wales.
B. 1833. Songs of Two Worlds, 1872-75 ; The Epic of H tides
(Paul), 1877 ; Gwen, 1878 ; Ode of Life, 1882 ; Songs Unsung,
1883 ; Gycia (a drama), 1886 ; Songs of Britain, 1887 ; Vision of
Saints, 1890 ; Songs without Notes, 1894 ; Idylls and Lyrics,
1896 ; Harvest Tide, 1900 ; Leo the Armenian (a drama), 1904.
Penbryn, Carmarthen ; Athenaeum Club.

MORRISON, Arthur. B. 1863. Tales of Mean Streets (Methuen).
1894 ; Martin Hewitt, Investigator (Ward, Lock), 1894; Chroni"
cles of Martin Hewitt, 1895 ; Adventures of Martin Hewitt, 1896 ;
A Child of the J ago (Methuen), 1896 : The Dorrington Deed-Box
(Ward, Lock), 1897 ; To London Town (Methuen). 1899 ; Cun-
ning Murrell (Methuen), 1900 ; The Hole in the Wall (Methuen).
1902 ; The Red Triangle (Nash), 1903 ; The Green Eye of Goona
(Nash), 1904 ; That Brute Simmons (one-act play with H. C.
Sargent) (Haymarket and New Theatres), 1904 ; Divers
Vanities (Methuen), 1905 ; The Dumb Cake (play, with Richard
Pryce) (Hicks's Theatre), 1907. C. National Observ., Sat. Rev,,
New Rev., Cornhill Mag., Pall Mall Mag., &c. Loughton,
Essex.

MORTEN, Honnor, Certif. Nurse and Midwife. B. 1861. The
Nurses' Dictionary (Scien. Press), 1891 ; From a Nurses* Note-
Book, 1899 > Ed. Letters of Abelard and Heloise (Dent), 1901 ;
Consider the Chidren IB. Johnson), 1903 ; Things More Excel-
lent (Fifield), 1906 ; Health in the Home Life (Clarke), 1907 ;
and other books on nursing. C. Fortnightly, Nat. Rev., Daily
News, &c. Oakdene, Rotherfield, Sussex.

tMORTIMBR, GeofTrey {see GaUlehan, Walter M.).

MOSGHELBS, Felix. B. 1833. Felix Mendelssohn's Letters
(Houghton), 1888 ; In Bohemia with Du Maurier (Unwin),
1896; Fragments of an Autobiography (Nisbet), 1899, &c. C.
Harper's, Scribner's, &c. 80 Elm Park Road. Chelsea, S.W.

MOTT, Rev. Frederick Blount B. 1856. Before the Crisis (Lane),

1904. C. Short stories in American Magazines. 25 The Walk,

Cardiff.

^TT, Frederlek T. B. 1825. FloraOdorata{OrT),iS4s; Charnwood

jglJ^orest (Kent), x86o; Corona, the Bright Side of the Universe

Williams A Norgate), 1888 ; The Benscliff Ballads (Gay), 1899 ;

Ong Edda's Parables (author), 1891 ; Broken Shells (Gay)»

He, Ac. C. Card. Chron., Sci, Goss., Ac. Birstal Hul,

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MOULDER, PrlMlIlft JL B. 1867. ^ (Social. Indastrlal, and General
Subjects) Leisure Hour, Chambers's Journal, Westminster
Review, Great Thoughts, XlXth Century, Woman, T,P.*s Weekly,
Manchester Guardian, Lloyd^s, Our Home, Womanhood, &c.
I Brook Villas. Brookway Road, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham.

MOULTON, Mn* Louise Cliandler. Swallow Flights ; In the Garden
of Dreams (Macmillan), 1888 ; At the Wind's Hill (poems) ;
various vols, of travels, essays, and stories. 28 Rutland Square,
Boston, U.S.A.

MOULTON^ Rlehard Green, M.A., Ph.D., Prof. Literary Theory and
Interpretation, Univ. Chicago. Shakespeare as a Dramatic
Artist (O.U.P.), 1885 ; The Anc. Class. Drama (O.U.P.). 1890;
The Mod, Reader's Bible (MacmiUan), 1895-98 ; The Literary
Study of the Bible (Heath, Boston), 1896 ; Intro, to Biblical Lit.,
1901 ; Shakespeare as a Dramatic Thinker (MacmiUan), 1907,
&C. 5053 Washington Avenue, Chicago, U.S.A.

MUDDOCK, J. E« Preston (tpick Donovan). Guide to Switzerland ;
Guide to Davos Platz ; Dead Man's Secret (Chatto), 1889 ; Star
of Fortune (Chapman), 1894 ; Basile the Jester (Chatto), 1895 ;
The Great White Hand ; V.C. For Valour (Hutchinson) ; The
Lost Laird (Digby), 1898 ; The Adventures of Tyler Tatlock
(Chatto), 1900 ; Jim the Penman (Newnes). 1901 ; A Woman's
Checkmate ; Fair Rosalind (Long), 1902 ; Sweet Doll of Haddon
Hall (Long), 1903 ; Liz (White), 1903 ; The Crime of the Century
(Laurie), 1905 ; The Gold Spinner (white), 1907 ; In the Queen's
Service (Long), 1907 ; Pages from an Adventurous Life (Laurie),
1907 ; £d. 01 The Savage Club Papers, 1896 ; and over seventy
other novels. C. Strand, Wide World, &c. Heame House,
Harrow, Middlesex ; Savage Club.

MUDIE-SMITH, Riehard. B. 1877 ; The Religious Life of London
(Hodder & Stoughton), 1903 ; Sjveated Industries ; Thoughts
for the Day (Methuen), 1905. C. London Quarterly Rev.,
Guardian, Christian^ World, Nation, Punch, CasseU's Mag,,
T, P.'s Weekly, Daily Chronicle, Daily News, Bookman. 79
Portsdown Road, Maida Vale, W.

MUIR, Rev. P. M'Adam, D.D. B. 1846. The Church of Scotland
(Black), 1890 ; Relig, Writers of Eng., 1901. t AthoU Gardens,
Glasgow.

mnS, Robert* M.A., M.D., Prof. Pathol., Univ. Glas. B. 1864.
Manual of Bacteriology (with Dr. Ritchie) (Pentland), 1897 ;
4th ed., 1907. C. scient. joums. The University, Glasgow.

MUIRHBAD, James FnUarton, M.A. Edin., L.H.D. Hobart. B.
1853. Ed. of Eng. eds. of Baedeker's Handbooks. America
the Land of Contrasts (Lane), 1898 ; 4th ed., 1907. 6 Riedesel
Avenue, Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A.

MUMBT, F. A. Letters of Literary Men, 2 vols. (Routledge).
1906-7. C. Times, Daily Graphic, etc, Hillsboro', Stanhope
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MUNBY, Arthur J.» M.A., F.S.A., Barr. Verses New and Old (BeU),

1865 ; Dorothy (Paul), 1880 ; Vulgar Verses (Reeves), 1891 ;
Vestigia Retrorsum (Eden. Remington). 1891 ; Faithful Servants
(Reeves), 1892 ; Susan (Reeves). 1893 ; Ann Morgan's Love,
1896 ; Poems, chiefly Lyric and Elegiac (Paul), 1901. C. Spec,,
Athenaum, Fraser, Temple Bar, N. and Q, 6 Fig-Tree Court,
Temple, E.C. ; Athenaeum Club, S.W. ; and United University
Club. S.W.

MUNRO, Meil. B. 1864. The Lost Pibroch (Blackwood), 1896 ;
John Splendid, 1898 ; Gilian the Dreamer (Isbister), 1899 ;
Doom Castle (Blackwood), 1901 ; The Shoes of Fortune (Isbister),
1901 ; Children of Tempest (Blackwood), 1903; The Daft Days
(Blackwood), 1907. C. Blackwood's, Bookman, Outlook, &c.
Inverary, Argyllshire.

MUNRO, Robert, M.A., M.D.. LL.D. B. 1835. Ancient Scott
Lake-Dwellings (Douglas), 1882 ; The Lake-Dwellings of Europe
(Cassell), 1890 ; Prehistoric Problems (Blackwcod), 1897 ;
Prehistoric Scotland, 1899 I Rambles and Studies in Bosnia, &c.,
2nd ed., 1900 ; ArchtBology and False Antiquities (Methuen),
1905, &c. C. various. Elmbank, Largs, Ayrshire.

HURISON, Alexander Faleoner» M.A., LL.D., Prof. Rom. Law and
Jurisp., Univ. Coll., Lond. (Univ. of Lond.). Ed. Educational
Times. B. 1847. ^^^st Work in English, 1875 ; Hist. Intro, to
Hunter's Roman Law, 2nd ed., 1885 ; Sir William Wallace
{Famous Scots series), 1898 ; King Robert the Bruce (same series),
1899 ; numerous educational works, 1 881 -1890. 2 Garden Court,
Temple. E.C.

MURRAY, Charlotte. B. 1843. Morning Sunlight (Nisbet). 1896 ;
Wardlaugh, 1899 ; Muriel Malone ; Castleton^s " Prep." ;
Through Grey to Gold, 1901 ; Coral, 1902 ; From School to Castle,
1904 ; Love Conquer eth (Partridge), 1906 ; Messages from the
Master, and many other religious verses. St. Clare, Upper
Walmer, Kent.

MURRAY, George GQbert Aime, M.A., LL.D., Emer. Prof. Greek,
Glas. Univ., Fell, of New Coll.. Oxford. B. 1866. Hist. Anc,
Greek Literature (Heinemann), 1897 ; Carlyon Sahib (a play),
1900 ; ATtdromache (a play), 1900 ; Euripidis Fabula (O.U.P.).
vol. i., 1901 ; vol. ii., 1904 ; Euripides, trans, and essays ;
Hippolytus ; Baccha, 1902 ; The Trojan Women, 1904 ; Electra,
1 90s ; Medea, 1906 (G. Allen) ; Rise of the Greek Epic (O.U.P.).
1907. 131 Banbury Road, Oxford.

MURRAY, Dr. James A. H., Ed. of the Oxford Eng. Diet. B. 1837.
Various antiquarian studies, linguistic papers, and philologioal
works edited from 1860-1903. Sunnyside, Banbury Road,
Oxford.

MURRAY, Sir John, K.C.B., F.R.S., D.Sc, Ac. B. 1841. Ed.
" Challenger** Reports (H.M. Govt), 1882-95 ; jnt. auth. Nar-
rative of the Cruise of H.M.S. " ChaUenger,** 1885 ; jnt. auth.
*• Challenger " Report on Deep. Sea Deposits, 1891 ; author of
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Unggr** 1805 ; and of very many scientific papers on oceano-
graphy. C sdent. joums. Challenger Lodge, Wardie, Edin-
bargh ; Honse of Falkland, Falkland, Fife.

MURRAY, Jolm, M.A., J.P., D.L., F.S.A. B. 1851. Ed. Gibbon's
Auiobiog, (Murray), 1897, &c. C. Quar, Rev., School, Science
Progress, Ac. 50 Albemarle Street, W.

MURRAY, T. Douglas, B.A. Oxon. B. 1841. Sir Samuel Baker :
a Memoir (MacmiUan), 1895 ; Jeanne d'Arc (Helnemann), 1902.
Runnpnede Park, Egham.

MTBRS9 Brnest, M.A. Oxon. B. 1844. Prose Version of Pindar
(Macmillan), 1874 ; Poems, 1877 ; Prose Version of Homer* s
*' Iliad'* (with W. Leaf and A. Lang), 1883; The Judgment of
Prometheus (poems). 1886 ; Life of Lord AUhorp (Bentley), 1890 ;
Gathered Poems (Macmillan), 1904, &c. C. Macmillan's,
Fraser's, Fortnightly, ComhiU, Brackenside, Chislehurst,
Kent.

MTLHE, Rt Rs?. Louis George, M.A. B. 1843. ^f^' Church Life
in India, 1881 ; several vols, of Sermons (Macmillan), 1889, &c.
C Church Quart. Rev. Alvechurch Rectory. Birmingham.



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N

HASH» James lErelttlglL ' Burns' Works (Sands). 1896 ; Hist.
Adam's Grandfather, 1899 ; Ed. Lady smith Treasury, 1900.
58 Park Street, Grosvenor Square, W.

HAnOM, W. H. 0. B. 1843. Cypress Leaves (Kent). 1862 ;
Sketches from Life and Jottings from Books, induding stories
of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, 1864; Apple
Blossoms, 1870; 4th ed.. illus., 1876; Prickly Pear Blossoms,
containing several imitations of French poets, and verses in
provincial Devonshire dialect, 1893 ; 3ra ed., illus. (Gay Sc
Bird). 1900 ; Unconventional Verses, 1898, 1902-04 (in Devon
Weekly Times), some of which have been adapted into French,
and other works. Has ed. Covent Garden Mag,, Good Things
from the Dramatists (selected exclusively from upwards of fifty
pieces produced and reproduced at theatres under his manage-
ment), and several other mags, and works. C. to many joum^,
1857-1904, letters and articles on political, historical, and
dramatic subjects, among which (1885), Bad Old Times ; Some
Leaves from My Grandfather's Diary, containing an account of
the condition of England in consequence of the war with France
during the last half of the eighteenth century. 2 Ryder Street.
St. James's, S.W.

tMBSBlty E. (Mrs. Hubert Bland). B. 1858. Lays and Legends
(Longmans), 1887 ; A Pomander of Verse (Lane), 1895 ; Songs of
Love and Empire (Constable), 1898 ; The Treasure Seekers ;
The Would-be Goods; Book of Dragons (Harpers); The Red
House (Methuen), 1902 ; The Literary Sense, 1903 ; The Phoenix
and the Carpel (Newnes), 1904 ; The Rainbow and the Rose
(Longmans), 1905 ; Oswald Bastable (Wells Gardner), 1905 ;
Man and Maid (Unwin), 1906 ; The Railway Children (Wells
Gardner), 1906; The Amulet (Unwin), 1906; The Incomplete
Amorist (Constable), 1906 ; The Enchanted Castle (Unwin) ; and
other works. Well Hall, Eltham, Kent.

HESBITT, Mn. J. J. The Little Brown Lady (May & Co.), 1901,
The Nest, Birchington-on-Sea, Kent ; Alexandra Club, W. ;
Lyceum Club, W.

HESBITT, Rev. Joseph John. M.A., LL.D., T.C.D. B. 1865. The
Unique Reciter (Simpkin), 1896 ; The Westminster Reciter : with
Hints to Elocutionists (Bowden), 1899; Lord Roberts, V.C, and
other Orig. Recitations, 3rd ed., 1902 (S. French) ; edited several
books for reciters, has lectured on Elocution in several c<^eges
* and universities in Canada, United States of America, and
Australia. C. various. The Nest, Birchington-on-Sea, Kent ;
Sav)^e Club ; Authors* Qub ; Royal Societies Qub, London.

HBUMAl^ Bernard Paul. B. 1853. ^^ Interpreter's House
(Unwin). 1B92 ; The Supplanter (Methuen), 1897; The^Utter-
most Farthing (Blackwood), 1900; The Story of Roger King
.&c. CXIXth Cent., Fortnightly, Spec, Speaker.



(Hurst), 1901
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NBVINSON, Henry Woodd. Neighbours of Ours (Arrowsmith).
1894 ; /n the Valley of Tophei (Dent), 1S96 ; The Thirty Days'
War (Dent). 1898 ; LadysmUh (Methuen), 1900 ; The Plea of
Pan (Murray), 1901 ; Between the Acts (Murray), 1903 ; On the
Old Road through France to Florence (Murray), 1904 ; Boohs
and Personalities (Lane), 1905 ; A Modem Slavery : an Account
of the Portuguese Slave Trade in Angola and the Neighbouring
Islands (Harper), 1906 ; The Dawn in Russia (Harper), 1906 ;
Russia in the Caucasus {Harper's Magazine), 1907. National
Liberal Club, S.W.
NBWBIGIN, Ukrion, D.Sc. Lect. Zool. Coll. of Med. for Women,
Edin. Ed. Scottish Geographical Magazine, Colour in Nature
(Murray), 1898 ; Life by the Sea-Shore (Sonnenschein), 1901.
Minto House, Edinburgh.
NEWBOLT9 Henry John, M.A., Barr., Editor of the Monthly Review,
1900-04. B. 1862. Taken from the Enemy (Chatto), 1892 ;
Mordred (Unwin), 1895 * Admirals All (Mathews), 1897 ; 2i8t
ed., enlarged, 1905 ; The Island Race, 1898 ; Stories from
Froissart (Gardner), 1899 ; Froissart in Britain (Nisbet), 1900 ;
The Sailing of the Long-Ships (Murray), 1902 ; Songs of the Sea
(music by Sir C V. Stanford), 1904 ; The Year of Trafalgar
(Murray), 1905 ; The Old Country (Smith, Elder), 1906 ; and
other works. 26 Kensington Park Gardens, W. ; Nether-
hampton House, Salisbury.
NBWBOLt, Oanon W. 0. B^ M.A., Can., and Chan. St. Paul's Cath.
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