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Whitela\v, James. Walter Dove. An
English writer on skating.

Whitford, Mrs. Helena (Wells) . A
Lady. An English lady ; daughter of
Robert Wells, and wife of Mr. Whitford.
— See " Gentleman's Magazine," XCIV.,
ii., p. 569; LXXIX., ii., p. 636.

Whiting, Dexter. Willie Wildman.
An American poet of Charlton(?), Mass.

Whiting, John, 1655-1722. ,/. W.
An English Friend or Quaker, early in
the eighteenth century ; of Naylsey,
afterwards of Wrington, Somersetshire;
d. in London.

Whiting, Mrs. M. H. Wrestling
Brewster. An American writer of the

Whiting, Sydney. A Stomach.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 590.

Whitlock, Sir William. Mr. Nega-
tive Shoestrings. An English gentleman ;
M.P. for the Univ. of Oxford.

Whitman, Jason, 1799-1848. W. ;
J. W — n. An American clergyman; b.
in Bridgewater, Mass. ; Ilarv. Coll., 1825;
Divinity School, 1831 ; pastor at Lexing-
ton, Mass., 1845-48, and d. there.

Whitney, Mrs. Adeline Dutton
(Train), 1824-. A. D. T. W.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 591.

Whitney, James S. A Member of the
Board of Education. An American writer
of the day of Philadelphia.

Whitney, Mrs. Liouisa (Goddard).

One of the Pupils.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 591.

Whittaker, Frederick. A Volunteer

See " 1. and P.," First Series, p. 591.

Whittcmore, Nathan. iV. W. An
American almanac-maker; publisher,
Boston, 1717.

Whittle, John. A Minister, Chaplain
in the A'tii'j. An English clergyman of
two hundred 3'eiirs ago.

Whittier, John Greenleaf. The
Qualc-r Poet ; J. G. W.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 591.

Whittington, W. D., and others.
Hi/dru Poli/ccphaliis, Esq. An English
journalist early in the nineteenth century.

WhitAvorth, Robert. .Joseph Siot.
An English writer of the eighteenth cen-
tury of Manchester ; a printer(?) and

Whyte, Rohert. A Cabin Passenger.

Whyte, William. W. W. An Eng-
lish poet of the first part of the eigh-
teenth century.

Wickstrom, Prof. V. H. Christer
Sivahn. A Swedish writer.

Widmann, Leon Willy. Leo7i Willy.

Wieselgren, Harald. H. W. A
Swedish author and librarian at Stock-

Wieselgren, Sigfrid, 1843-. Sixten
Wird ; Horatio. A Swedish author.

Wigglesworth, Edward. W. ; E.
W. An American lawyer; Harv. Coll.,
1822; LL.B., 1825; d. 1876.

Wight, Orlando Williams, 1824-.
0. W. W. An American author; b. at
Centreville, N.Y. ; studied at Westfield
Acad, and Rochester Coll. Institute, and
then travelled in Europe.

Wightman, O- G. R. -4 Private Gen-
tleman. An English writer of one hun-
dred years ago.

Wigstrom, Mrs. Eva. Ave. A Swed-
ish novelist.

Wild, Henry, about 1684 to about
1730. The Learned Tailor. An English
scholar ; b. at Norwich ; he learned
Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic^ Syriac,
and other Oriental languages, and was
employed in the Bodleian Library.

Wildbore, Rev. Charles, -1802. Ami-
cus; Eumcnes. An English mathemati-
cian ; for more than thirty years pastor
of Sulney, Notts.

Wilde, Richard Henry, 1789-1847.
Fitzhiigh Delany. An American lawyer;




b. in Dublin ; was brought to this coun-
try when a child ; was admitted to the
Georgia bar in 1809; became an M.C.
in 1815, and again in 1828; was profes-
sor in the Univ. of Louisiana in 1844; d.
in New Orleans.

Wilder, Marshall Pinckney, 1798-
188-. The President. An American mer-
chant; b. in Eindge, N.H. ; established
himself in Boston in 1825.

WUeman, W. W. W.

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 592.

Wiley, Eev. AUen, 1797-1848. A
Friend to Ministers. An American Meth-
odist divine ; b. in Frederick Co., Va. ;
in 1804 the family settled at Harrison,
on White Water, Ind. ; he was engaged
in the ministry, 1817-48 ; d. at Vevay,

Wilkes, George, 1817-85. An Old
Line Democrat. An American journalist ;
•editor and proprietor of the " Spirit of
the Times " ; d. in New York City.

Wilkes, John. A Member of Parlia-
ment; Pego Borewell ; II Bruto Inglese.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 592.

Wilkin, Mrs. Maria. Maria. An
English novelist of the day.

Willard, Ammiel J. A. J. W. An
American lawyer of New York City.

WUlard, Joseph, 1798-1865. J. W.
An American historian ; b. in Cam-
bridge, Mass. ; Harv. Coll., 1816 ; resided
at Lancaster, Mass., and d. there.

Willard, Samuel, D.D., 1775-1859.
8- W. An American clergyman ; b. at
Petersham, Mass.; Harv. Coll., 1803;
pastor at Deerfield, Mass., 1807-29; d.
in that town.

Willcox, J. K. Hamilton. Wyliaume

Willcox, Orlando Bolivar. Major

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 592.

Willett, Ricliard. ^1 Parishioner.
An English writer of fifty years ago.

William IV. of England. The Sailor

Williams, . Clio. An English

poet of Shrewsbury.

Williams, . W. An American


Williams, Annie Bowles. J A K.
An American writer of the day.

Williams, liev. Charles Hanbury.

Williams, Dionysius, 1732 or 1733-
76. A Wight S/ciUed in Mathematics. An
English mathematician ; b. and d. in

WiUiams, Elisha, 1094-1755. A
Lover of Truth and Liberty; Philalethes.

An American clergyman ; b. at Hat-
field; Harv. Coll., 1711; president of
Yale Coll., 1726-39 ; d. at Wethersfield,

AVilliams, Rev. Elisha Scott, 1757-
1845. A Friend of Truth. An American
Baptist minister; b. in East Hartford,
Conn. ; in 1790 removed to Livermore,
Me. ; pastor at Brunswick, Me., 1800-3 ;
of Beverly, Mass., 1803-12; minister at
large in Boston, 1812-37, when he re-
turned to Beverly, and d. there.

Williams, H. L. An Elector. An
English political writer of the day.

Williams, Miss Helen Maria. An
English Lady.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 593.

Williams, Dr. Henry L/le^vellyn, Jr.
Henry L. Poone.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 593.

Williams, Rev. Isaac, B.D. P.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 593.

Williams, J. J. W. An English
writer of Catherington.

Williams, Miss Jane. Llinos. A
Welsh lady of Aberpergwin.

Williams, John. Piiblicola. An Eng-
lish political writer.

Williams, John, D.D., 1582-1650.
The Chief of the Gulenists. An eminent
British statesman ; b. in Wales ; arch-
bishop of York, 1641-50. — See Dixon's
" Her Majesty's Tower," Vol. III.

WiUiams, Rev John, 1796-1839. The
Apostle of Polynesia. A celebrated Eng-
lish missionary ; b. at Tottenham ; was
sent to the South Sea islands ; killed at
Erromanga, one of the New Hebrides.

Williams, John Shoebridge. The
Medium. An American Spiritualist.

Williams, Joseph Ha^t^vell. One of
the Family, An American biographer of
the day.

Williams, S. T. S. T. W. An Eng-
lish writer.

Williams, Rev. St. George Arm-
strong, M.A. Rusticus; Vindex ; Cleri-
cus ; Sion of Myrddin. A Welsh divine;
Jesus Coll., Oxford, 1827; rector of
Llangybi w. Llanarmon, near Pwllheli,
Carnarvonsliire, 1849-80 et seq.

Williams, Samuel B. Publius. An
An)erican writer on banking.

Williams, Rev. Thomas, 1779-1876.
Egomet Demens. An American Congre-
gational minister; b. in Poinfrct, Conn.;
Yale Coll., 1800; minister at Providence,
R.I., 1807-10 and 1821-23, and d. there.

Williams, Rev. AV. E. An English
clergjnnan of Winchester.

Williams, William Francis. Wirt.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 594.




Williams, Rev. William White.

Its Pastor. An American clergyman of
Toledo, Ohio.

Williamson, Hugli, M.D., LL.D.,
1735-1819. tii/lvitis : A Gentleman. An
American physician; b. at West Notting-
ham, Penn.; educ. in Philadelphia and
in Europe ; spent the last years of his
life in New York City, and d. there.

Williamson, Rev. James, M.A. A
Clerqi/man. An English clergyman of St.
Alban Hall, Oxford.

Williamson, Mrs. Sarali E. (Carmi-
cliael). Sarah E. GarmicliueL An Amer-
ican poet; a Western writer of the day.

Willis, Browne, Esq., LL.D., 1682-
1760. A Gentleman; B. W., Esq.; B.
W., Esq., a Member of the Society of Anti-
quaries. An English antiquary ; b. at
St. Mary Blandford, county Dorset;
educ. at Westminster and Oxford ; M.P.
for the town of Buckingham, 1705; d. at
Whaddon Hall.

Willis, Mrs. Katherine, -1724. A
Gentlewoman in the Counfri/. An English
lady ; daughter of Daniel Elliot, Esq. ;
married to Browne Willis in 1707.

Willis, Nathaniel Parker. N. P. W.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 594.

Willis, WUliam, 1794-1870. W. W.
An American historian ; b. at Haverhill,
Mass. ; Harv. Coll., 1813 ; admitted to
the bar, 1817 ; settled in Portland, Me.,
and d. there.

Willoughby, Sir Henry Pollard,
3d Bart., 1796. An English Landowner.
An English baronet of Baldon House,
county Oxford ; succeeded his brother in
1813; M.P. for Evesham.

Wills, Rev. William(?), M.A. A
Minister of the Church of England. An
English clergyman ; vicar of Edlington,

Wilmer, Albert S. Lavante'.

Wilmer, Rt. Rev. Joseph Pere Bell.
The Bishop of Louisiana. An American
Episcopal clergyman.

Wilmot, John, 2d Earl of Rochester,
1647 or 1648-80. B. H. the E. of B. An
English nobleman; educ. at Wadliam
Coll., Oxford; returned from his travels
in France and Italy in his eighteenth
year; distinguished himself in naval en-
gagements against the Dutch in 1666 and
1666; attached himself to the court,
where he was noted for drunkenness,
buffoonery, and poetry.

Wilmot, John Eardley, Esq., 1749-
1815. Junior. An English lawyer and
writer; educ. at Oxford; removed from
college to the Temple ; admitted to the
bar and went the Midland Circuit ; mas-

ter in chancery, 1783-1804; d. at Tot-

Wilson, AndreTT, M.D. An Impar-
tial Inquirer.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 594.

Wilson, Mrs. Augusta J. (Evans),
1835-. Augusta J.Evans. An American
novelist of the day ; b. near Columbus in
Georgia ; after some years the family re-
moved to Mobile, Ala.; her home was at
Summerville, near that city ; in 1868
Miss Evans was married to Mr. L. M.
Wilson of Mobile, but still in 1872 re-
sided in Summerville.

Wilson, Daniel, D.D. A Clergyman;
A Member oftJie Society.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 595.

Wilson, Rev. Daniel, 1806-86. The
Vicar of Islington. An Englisli clergy-
man ; son of Bishop Daniel Wilson;
educ. at Wadham Coll., Oxford ; when
his father was made bishop in 1832, he
succeeded to the living of Islington ; was
vicar there for more than fifty years,
and d. there.

Wilson, Erasmus. Quiet Observer.
An American journalist; correspondent
or editor of the Pittsburg " Despatch."

Wilson, Hari-iet. H. C. Wittol.

Wilson, Henry Schutz. Herbert
Gray. An English writer ; b. in London,
and in 1886 resident there.

Wilson, James. J. W.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 595.

Wilson, James Holbert. A Member
of the Inner Temple. An English lawyer ;
a writer of London.

Wilson, James Patriot, D.D., 1769-
1830. A Christian. An American Pres-
byterian clergyman; b. at Lewes, Sussex
Co., Del. ; Univ. of Penn., 1788 ; pastor
of tJie First Presbyterian Church in Phila-
delphia, 1806-30; d. at his farm in Bucks
Co., about twenty miles from Philadelphia.

Wilson, Prof. John. Mordecai Mul-
lion, private Secretary to Christopher North ;
J. W. ; Crusty Christopher.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 595.

Wilson, Rev. John. A Protestant. A
Scottisii minister of Irvine, Ayrshire.

Wilson, Joshua. Biblicus. An Eng-
lish religious writer.

Wilson, Robert. A Sabbath-school
Teacher. An English religio'us writer
of the day.

Wilson, W. V. S. W. V. W. An
American Shakespearian writer of Wash-
ington, D.C.

Wilson, William Carus, B.A., and
others. The Editors of the "Children's

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 596.




Wilson, William Dexter, D.D.,

LL.D., 1«16-. W. D. W. An Ameri-
can scholar ; b. at Stoddard, N.H. ;
studied theology at the Harvard Divin-
ity School, 1838 ; professor at Cornell

Windham, Sir William. Will Wild-

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 596.

Wines, Enoch Cobb, D.D., 1806-.
The Commissioner. An American teacher
and author ; b. at Hanover, N.J. ; Mid-
dlesex Coll., 1827 ; was the latter jjart
of his life engaged in the organization
of an International Prison Congress.

Winkelblech, Prof. Karl Georg.
Karl Mario. A German Radical of the

Winkley, Rev. Samuel Hobart.
The Pastor ; The Superintendent. An
American minister ; Harv. Divinity
School, 1846 ; minister at large in Bos-
ton for many years.

AVinscom, Mrs. Jane (Cave). Mrs.
W . An English poet of one hun-
dred years ago.

Winslow, Rev. Hubbard, D.D.,
1800-04. Evangelus Pucijicus. An
American Congregational divine ; b. at
Williston, Vt.f Yale Coll., 1825; stud-
ied theology at Andover and New-
Haven, 1828 ; resident at Brooklyn,
N.Y., 1861-64 ; d. at his native place.

Winston, James. A Theatrical Ama-
teur. An English writer of the first part
of the eighteenth century.

Winterfield, Charles. A Kentuckian.
An American writer in the "American
Whig Review."

Winter-Hjelm, Chr. Johannes Nor-

Wlnthrop, Robert Charles, Sr.,
LL.D. The President.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 596.

Winthrope, Winifred. Clara Au-

Wintle, Thomas, 1737-1814. A
Member of the Universiti/ of Oxford.
An English clergyman ; b. in Glou-
cester ; scholar, fellow, and tutor of
Pemberton Coll., Oxford; rector of Wit-
trisham, Kent, 1767-74, and of Bright-
well, Berks., 1774-1814.

Wirsen, Prof. Carl David af, 1842-.
C. D. W. A Swedish poet and author;
secretary of tlie Swedish Acad.

Wirt, William, LI..D. One of the
■ Peojilf ; A Yoniirj Gentleman of Rank.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 596.

Wise, Henry Augustus, 1810-09. The
Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance. An
American naval officer; b. at Brooklyn,

N.Y. ; entered the United States Navy,
1834 ; captain, 1866 ; d. at Naples.

Wise, Rev. John, 1652-1725. Amicus
Patrice. An American clergyman ; b. in
Roxbury, Mass. ; Harv. Coll., 1673 ; min-
ister at Chebacco, Ipswich, Mass., 1683-
1725, and d. there.

Wise, Rev. Joseph. A Sussex Clergy-
man. An English poet of one hundred
years ago.

Wise, Thomas Turner. A Sincere
Well-wisher to the Colonij. An English
political writer.

Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick Ste-
phen. Bishop Blougram.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 597.

Withers, Rev. John. A Citizen. An
English Presbyterian divine of the first
part of the eighteenth century.

Withers, Philip, D.D. Alfred; An
Old Member of Parliament.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 597.

Witherspoon, John, D.D., LL.D.,
1722-94. The Druid; A Citizen of the
United States; Dr. Silverspoon ; The Real
Author of that Peiformance.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 597.

Witherspoon, Dr. Orlando. Democ-
ritus. Junior. An American writer of
the day.

Withington, Leonard, D.D. G.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 597.

Witte, George Andrew. A Member
of the Church. An American religious
writer of Baltimore(?).

Witter, Marina. Th. Armin. A Ger-
man historian of the day.

Witzleben, Charlotte v. Charlotte
WolliiKtr. A German novelist.

Wodhull, Michael, 1740-1816. L.L.;
Orlando. An English poet ; first imbibed
tlie love of song at Twyford, Bucks, at the
school of the Rev. Mr. Cleaver; was after-
wards removed to Winchester School, and
finally to Brazennose Coll. ; d. at his seat
at Thenford, Northamptonshire.

Woffington, Mrs. Margaret, 1718-59.
The Queen of Babi/lon. An English
actress ; b. in Dublin ; d. in London.

Wolcot, John, M.D. Carnabi/ Curry-
comb, Esq. ; Philippi Hamlin Tinman.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 597.

Wolfhagen, Friederike. Marie Nor-
den. A Danish (?) writer.

Wolford, Frank. An Union Army

Wood, Charles. A New Writer. An
Englisli writer of the day.

Wood, Charles Dunning, 1820 -.
Charles Dunning. An American writer;
b. in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. ; Union Coll.,
1858 ; residing in his native town.




Wood, Miss Charlotte. Charlotte
Dunning. An American writer of the
day, of Poughkeepsie.

Wood, E. E. W. An English cler-
gyman of Broadwater Rectory.

Wood, Horatio. H. W. An Amer-
ican clergyman ; Harv. Coll., 1827 ; Di-
vinity School, 1832 ; for many years
minister at large in Lowell, Mass., and
in 1885 resident there.

Wood, Rev. James. A Scotch Preacher.
A Scottish writer of the day.

Wood, Roland A. Paul Gushing.
An English writer of the day in " Black-
wood's Magazine."

Wood, William Maxwell, M.D.,
-1880. The Chief of the Bureau of Medi-
cine and Surgery. An American surgeon ;
assistant-surgeon in tlie United States
Navy, 1829 ; surgeon, 1838 ; medical dr^
rector, 1871 ; retired list, 187-.

Woodbridge, Wylly. An American
Citizen. An American writer ; published
at Washington, 1868.

Woodbury, Rev. Augustus, A.M.,
1825-. A. W. ; The Pastor of the West-
minster Cong. Soc, Providence. An Amer-
ican minister ; b. at Beverly, Mass. ;
Harv. Univ. Divinity School; pastor at
Providence, R.I., 1857-87.

Woodd, Rev. Basil. A Clergyman.

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 598.

Woodforde, Jaines(?). A Gentleman
of Shropshire. An English writer.

Woodis, Rev. William. Pindar. An
English clergyman.

Woodmas, . A Gentleman Inde-
pendent of Party. An English political

Woods, A. B. A Believer. An Amer-
ican writer.

Woods, Mrs. Kate Tannant. Kate
True An American writer of Cleveland,

Woodward, Josepli Janvier, M.D.,
1833-. Janvier. An American physi-
cian; b. in Philadelphia; grand M.D. at
the Univ. of Pennsylvania in 1853;
assistant-surgeon in the United States

Woodw^ard, Josiali, D.D. A Minis-
ter ; A Minister of the Church of England.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 599.

Woodworth, John, 1768-1858. An
American Youth. An American jurist;
b. at Schodack, N.Y. ; studied law at
Albany; admitted to the bar, 1791; in
1806 settled in Albany, and d. there.

Wooldridge, George B. Tim Quick.

Wooley, Rev. Charles, M.A. C. W.,

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 599.

Woolston, Rev. Thomas. Origen
Adamantiiis Renatvs ; Mystagogus.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 599.

Worcester, Leonard, 1767-1846. Ce-
phas. An American minister ; b. at Hol-
lis, N.H. ; pastor at Peacham, Vt., 1799-
1839, and at Johnsbury,Vt., 1839-46.

Worcester, Noah, D.D. Noah W. ;
The Editor of the "Friend of Peace";
The Pilgrim Good-Intent; Freeman L.
Usher ; Elias Monitor.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 599.

Worth, Gorham A., 1773-1856. Igna-
tins Jones. An American banker ; for a
time cashier of a bank in Albany, and at
the time of his death president of the New
York City bank ; d. in New York City.

Wotton, William, D.D. M. N.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 599.

Wragg, Dr. William T. W. T. W.
An American writer of the South.

Wrangham, Rev. Francis, F.S.A.
F. W.

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 600.

Wray, Daniel, 1701-83. W. An
English writer ; b. in London ; educ. at
Cambridge ; was deputy teller of the
exchequer, 1745-82.

Wreford, John Reynell,D.D., F.S.A.
J. R. W. An English hymn-writer of
Bristol ; educ. for the ministry at Man-
chester Coll., York ; and in 1825 became
co-pastor with Rev. John Kentish, min-
ister at Birmingham ; his voice failing in
1831, he left the active ministry, and for
many years was a successful teacher ; in
1869 et seq. he lived in comparative re-
tirement near Bristol.

Wrenford, W. H. Master of the Usk
Grammar School. An English writer of
the day.

Wretman, I. M. I. M. W. A Swed-
ish autlior.

Wrifford, Anson. Uncle Daniel.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 600.

Wright, . Daniel Johnson.

Wright, Charles. C. W. An Eng-
lishC?) bibliographer.

Wright, Elizur. A Democrat of the
Old School.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 600.

Wright, George, Esq. 8ylvan{]'). An
English writer ; author of the " Rural
Christian," etc.

Wright, James A. A Layman. An
American writer of the day.

Wright, Thomas. Journeyman Engi-
neer ; The Riverside Visitor.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 600.

Wright, William. A Surgeon Aurist.
An English writer ; surgeon aurist to
Queen Charlotte.




Wulff, Margarethe. A. Stein. A
German novelist.

Wyatt, James. A Friend to Consist-
ency. An English writer one hundred
years ago.

Also ascribed to John or Matthew Wyatt.

Wyatt, Matthew Digby, 1820-. An
Architect. An English architect ; super-
intended the erection of the Crystal
Palace in London, 1851 ; knighted, 1868.

Wyatt, Mrs. Sophia (Hayes). A
Landlad// of the Old School.

Wyatt-isdgeU, liev. Edgell. A
Protestant Clergyman. An English divine ;

Oriel Coll., Oxford ; resident, in 1887, at
Stanford Park, Rugby.

Wyld, Robert S. A Modern Calvinist.
A Scottish religious writer of the day.

Wyman, Rufus, M.D. A Tything-

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 601.

Wyndham, Henry Penrnddocke.
H. P. \V.

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 601.

Wynne, Thomas H. T. H. W.

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 601.

Wyvlll, Fanny Susan. Fanshawe
Brook. An English poet of the day.

Yonge, Charlotte Mary. Alma.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 601.

Young, . Junius Patricius.

Young, Alexander, D.D., 1800-54.
A. Y. An American clergyman ; b. and
d. in Boston ; Harv. Coll., 1820 ; Divinity
School, 1827 ; pastor in Boston, 1825-54.

Young, Alexander. Summer dale. An
American writer of the day ; published
at Chicago, 1880.

Young, Alexander. Tuverner. An
American journalist of Boston.

Young, Arthur, Esq. A. Y****,

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 602.

Young, Sir Charles George, D.C.L.,
1795-1869. C. G. Y. An English
knight ; educ. at the Charter-house ; en-

tered the College of Arms as pursuivant,
1813 ; garter principal king of arms,
and knighted.

Young, Edward, D.C.L. Cynthia.

See " I. and P.," First Series, p. 602.

Young, Edward James. E. J. Y.
An American clergyman ; b. in Boston ;
Harv. Coll., 1848 ; professor there, 1869-
80 ; pastor at Waltham, Mass., 1880-87.

Young, John Russell. J. R. Y.

See "I. and P.," First Series, p. 602.

Young, Marianne. An English Trav-
eller. An English writer.

Young, Robert. Fermanagh True Blue.
An Irisli nmsical writer.

Young, Thonaas. Philo-Kuriaces Lon-

Youngman, W. E. An Oxford Man.

Zachos, John C, 1820-. Cadmus. An
American educator; b. in Constantinople
of Greek parentage; Kenyon Coll., (Jhio,

Zeehmeister, Alexander Viktor.

Alexander Viktor Wilhelmi. A


Zeising, Adolf, 1810-70. Richard
Morning. A German novelist ; b. at
Ballenstadt ; resided at Leipsic and
Munich. 1853-76; d. at Munich.

Ziehen, Edw^ard August Phi-
lipp. Edward Etlersherg. A German

Zitelmann, Ernst Otto Konrad.

Konran Tclmann. A German author of
the (iuy.

Zollner, Caroline (Grape) v.

Caroline v. Giihren. A German


Zululaud. The Land of Mis-



The following one hundred and eighty-four pseudon3'ms were
used by Daniel Defoe^ for whose bibliography see William Lee's
"Daniel Defoe," etc. (L. 1869).

A. A. A. Story of a captain in unfor-
tunate circumstances. In "Applebee's
Journal" (L.), Oct. 17, 1724.

A. B. On grave questions of European
policy. In "Applebee's Journal " (L.),
July 23, 1720.

A. G. On circumstances affecting
health and disease. In "Applebee's
Journal," (L.), Sept. 28, 1723.

A. M. G. C. The character of British
justice. In "Applebee's Journal," (L.),
March 10, 1722.

A. Z. (1) The Bubbler ridiculed. In
"Mist's Journal" (L.), April 30, 1720.—
(2) The unfortunate brew-house pro-
jector. In "Mist's Journal" (L.), May
12, 1720.

Abed. On the clemency of the
Czar. In "Mist's Journal" (L.), May
10, 1718.

Abigail. Description of a jealous hus-
band. In "Applebee's Journal" (L.),
Marcli P, 1725.

All-Hide. Satire on Apocryphal news.
In, "Applebee's Journal" (L.), Dec. 3,

Aminadab. A letter, pretending to
come from a Quaker, on the wickedness
of the times. In "Applebee's Journal "
(L.), June 3, 1721.

Ancient. Serious reflections on old
age. In "Applebee's Journal" (L.),
July 7, 1722.

Andronicus. Description of an un-
manageable wife. In "Applebee's Jour-
nal" (L.), Dec. 5, 1724.

Anglipoloski of Lithviania. The
dyet of Poland : a satyr . . . Dantzic,

Anne. Complaint of one graduating
an old maid. In "Applebee's Journal"
(L.), Oct. 31, 1724.

Antisethiops. On the Hell-Fire Clubs.
In "Applebee's Journal" (L.), May 20,

This was the conclusion to an article in the
journal the previous week, which he had signed
" Orthodox."

Anti-Bubble. Bubbles again threaten
to rise. In "Applebee's Journal" (L.),
Nov. 25, 1721.

Anti-Bubbler. On the Bubbler. In
"Mist's Journal" (L.), Feb. 20, 1720.

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