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Tommaso Campanella
Campanella, Tommaso (1568-1639), Italian Ren Aissance Philosopher, Was Born On Sept. 5, 1568, At Stilo In Calabria, And Became A Dominican In 1582. A Chance Reading Of The De Reruns Natura Of Bernardino Telesio (d. 1588), Which Delighted Him By Its Appeal To Nature Rather Than To Authority, Led To ...

Trusts Combines Bibliographys
Trusts ; Combines.) Bibliography. S. Tschierschky, Zur Reform Der Industriekartelle Bibliography. S. Tschierschky, Zur Reform Der Industriekartelle (192i) ; Das Problem Der Staatlichen Kartellaufsicht (mannheim, 1923) ; H. V. Beckerath, Krafte, Ziele, And Gestaltungen In Der Deutschen Industriewirtschaft (2nd Ed., Jena, 1924) ; R. Liefmann, Kartelle, Konzerne And Trusts (7th ...

Trusts In The United
Trusts In The United States Carnegie Institute Of Pittsburgh.—this Consists Of A Group Of Cultural And Educational Departments Of The Municipal Type, Library, Concert Hall, Technical College, Museum And Art Gallery. The Foundation Really Dates From 1881 When Carnegie Offered To Provide A Public Library; This Offer Was Accepted In ...

Ugo Da Carpi
Carpi, Ugo Da, Italian 15th-century Painter, Was Long Held The Inventor Of The Art Of Printing In Chiaroscuro, Later Brought To Such Perfection By Parmigiano And By Baltasar Peruzzi Of Siena. The Researches Of Michael Huber (1727-1804) And Johann Gottlob Immanuel Breitkopf Have Proved, However, That This Art Was Known ...

Union Of Africa
Africa, Union Of.) In The Course Of The War The Members Of The Schreiner Cabinet Were Divided On The Question Of The Treatment Of The Cape Rebels; And On Schreiner's Resignation, A New Ministry, Under Sir G. Sprigg, Took Office (june 19, 1900). On Feb. 28, 1901, Lord Milner Left ...

Union Of Africa_2
Africa, Union Of, Africa, And Rhodesia.) Bibliography. Place Of Publication Is London, Unless Otherwise Bibliography. Place Of Publication Is London, Unless Otherwise Stated. The British Official Publications Are Voluminous, And, In The Absence Of A Catalogue Raisonne, Involve Lengthy Research, Since Important Historical Material Is Contained Under Unrelated Headings. E.g. ...

University Of California
California, University Of, A State University, With Seats At Berkeley, Los Angeles, San Francisco And Elsewhere. Control Of The University Lies In A Board Of Regents, Created By The State Constitution, And A President; The Board Comprises In Its 24 Members Eight Ex-officio (including The President And The State Governor) ...

Valerio Castello
Castello, Valerio Italian Painter, Was The Youngest Son Of Bernardo Castello (q.v.). He Surpassed His Father, And Particularly Excelled In Painting Battle Scenes. He Painted The "rape Of The Sabines," Now In The Palazzo Brignole, Genoa, And Decorated The Cupola Of The Church Of The Annunciation In The Same City. ...

Venustiano Carranza
Carranza, Venustiano (1859-192o), President Of Mexico, Was Born In Cuatro Cienegas, Coahuila, In 1859. He Was Educated In Mexico City But Later Returned To His Native State Where He Took Part In Public Life From 1887 To 1900. He Was A Senator From 1901 To 1911. In 1910 He Joined ...

Verney Lovett Cameron
Cameron, Verney Lovett British Traveller In Central Africa, Was Born At Radipole, Near Weymouth, Dorsetshire, On July I, 1844. He Entered The Navy In 1857, Served In The Abyssinian Campaign Of 1868, And Was Employed For A Con Siderable Time In The Suppression Of The East African Slave Trade. He ...

Via Caecilia
Caecilia, Via, An Ancient Highroad Of Italy, Which Di Verged From The Via Salaria At The 35th M. From Rome, And Ran By Amiternum To Interamna Praetuttiorum (teramo) And Thence To The Sea At Castrum Novum (giulianova), A Distance Of About 148m. From Rome. It Was Probably Constructed By L. ...

Via Cassia
Cassia, Via, An Ancient High-road Of Italy, Leading From Rome Through Etruria To Florentia (florence). At The 11th Mile The Via Clodia (see Clodia, Via) Diverged North-north-west, While The Via Cassia Ran To The East Of The Lacus Sabatinus And Then Through The Place Now Called Sette Vene, Where A ...

Vincenzo Camuccini
Camuccini, Vincenzo Italian Historical Painter, Was Born At Rome. He Was Educated By His Brother Pietro, A Picture-restorer, And Borubelli, An Engraver. Camuccini Belonged To The School Of The French Artist David. His Works Are Rather The Fruits Of Great Cleverness And Patient Care Than Of Fresh And Origi Nal ...

Vittorio Or Vittore Carpaccio
Carpaccio, Vittorio Or Vittore (c. 1465 C. 1522), Italian Painter, Was Born In Venice, Of An Old Venetian Family. The Facts Of His Life Are Obscure, But His Principal Works Were Executed Between 1490 And And He Ranks As One Of The Finest Precursors Of The Great Venetian Masters. The ...

Walter De Cantilupe
Cantilupe, Walter De (d. 1265), Bishop Of Wor Cester, Came Of A Family Which Had Risen By Devoted Service To The Crown. His Father And His Elder Brother Are Named By Roger Wendover Among The "evil Counsellors" Of John, Apparently For No Better Reason Than That They Were Consistently Loyal ...

Wilhelm Camphausen
Camphausen, Wilhelm German Painter, Was Born In Dusseldorf On Feb. 8, 1818, And Died There On June 18, 1885. He Studied. Under A. Rethel And F. W. Von Schadow. As A Historical And Battle Painter He Rapidly Became Popular, And In 1859 Was Made Professor Of Painting At The Dusseldorf ...

Will William Mckendree Carleton
Carleton, Will (william Mckendree) American Poet, Was Born In Hudson, Lenawee County, Mich., On Oct. 12, 1845. After Graduating At Hillsdale College In 1869 He Made Extensive Lecture Tours Through The Western States, Canada And Great Britain. He Then Engaged In Editorial Work For Local Michigan Papers, And In Jan. ...

William Bliss Carman
Carman, William Bliss I929), Canadian Poet And Journalist, Was Born At Fredericton, New Brunswick, On April 15, 1861, And Was Educated At The Universities Of New Brunswick, Edinburgh (1882-83), And Harvard (1886-88) . From 1890 To 1892 He Was Literary Editor Of The New York Independent, Afterwards Working On The ...

William Cadogan Cadogan
Cadogan, William Cadogan, 1st Earl (1675 1726), British Soldier, Was The Son Of Henry Cadogan, A Dublin Barrister, And Grandson Of Major William Cadogan (16o1-61), Governor Of Trim. The Family Has Been Credited With A Descent From Cadwgan, The Old Welsh Prince. Cadogan Began His Military Career As A Cornet ...

William Camden
Camden, William (1551-1623 ), English Antiquary And Historian, Was Born In London. His Father, Sampson Camden, Was A Member Of The Company Of Painter-stainers. Young Camden Received His Early Education At Christ's Hospital And St. Paul's School, And In 1566 Went To Magdalen College, Oxford, Probably As A Servitor Or ...

William Canynges Or Canynge
Canynges Or Canynge, William (c. English Merchant, Was Born At Bristol In 1399 Or 1400, A Mem Ber Of A Wealthy Family Of Merchants And Cloth-manufacturers In That City. Canynges Was Five Times Mayor Of, And Twice Member Of Parliament For, Bristol. He Owned A Fleet Of Ten Ships, The ...

William Carey
Carey, William English Oriental Scholar, And Pioneer Of Modern Missionary Enterprise, Was Born At Paulers Pury, Northamptonshire, On Aug. 17, 1761. Becoming Pastor Of A Baptist Church In Leicester In 1787 Carey Helped To Found The Baptist Missionary Society, And Was One Of The First To Go To India, In ...

William Carleton
Carleton, William (1794-1869), Irish Novelist, Was Born At Prillisk, Clogher, Co. Tyrone, On March 4, As His Father Removed From One Small Farm To Another, William Attended At Various Places The Hedge-schools, Which Used To Be A Notable Feature Of Irish Life. Most Of His Learning Was Gained From A ...

William Carstares Or Carstairs
Carstares Or Carstairs, William Scottish Clergyman, Was Born In Cathcart Manse, Near Glasgow, On Feb. I1, 1649, And Was Educated At The University Of Edin Burgh And At Utrecht. He Became A Close Friend Of The Prince Of Orange. The British Government Disliked Carstares For Several Reasons. He Was The ...

William Cartwright
Cartwright, William English Drama Tist And Divine, Was Born At Northway, Gloucestershire. He Was Educated At The Free School Of Cirencester, At Westminster School, And At Christ Church, Oxford, Where He Took His M.a. Degree In 1635. He Became, Says Anthony A Wood, "the Most Florid And Seraphical Preacher In ...

William Wilfred Campbell
Campbell, William Wilfred Cana Dian Poet, Was Born In Berlin (now Kitchener), West Ontario, The Son Of A Church Of England Clergyman, And Was Himself Educated For The Ministry, At Wycliffe College, Toronto, And At The Episcopal Divinity School, Cambridge, Massachusetts. In 1885 He Was Or Dained To The Priesthood ...

Wolfgang Capito
Capito, Wolfgang (1478-1541), Lutheran Divine, Was Born Of Humble Parentage At Hagenau And Died At Strasbourg. He Was Educated At Freiburg, And, Becoming A Priest, Went In 1515 To Basle Where He Met Erasmus And Zwingli And Entered Into Correspondence With Luther. In 1519, However, He Was Made Chaplain To ...

Worldwide Spread Of Caricature
Worldwide Spread Of Caricature Doyle And Seymour.—in England, As In France, Modern Caricature May Be Fairly Dated From 183o, When Mclean, The Printseller, Commenced The Issue Of His Monthly Caricature Sheets, A Series Which Outlasted Philipon's First Venture By A Year. These Sheets Were Entirely Covered With Lithographs, Mostly By ...