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Psychology Music
Music, Psychology Of The Psychology Of Music Deals With The Mental Processes Whieh Fur Nish Both The Motives For Its Production And The Ground Of Its Appreciation. It Has An Individual And A Social .1.1)(44: For Music As An Art Involves Not Only The Individual Eonseiousness, As Such Hut Also, ...

Public Nuisance
Public Nuisance. Roth Of These Ancient Writ Ers Distinguish, As Does Modern Law. Between Public And Private Nuisances. The Former Are Offenses Against The Public At Large, Such As Ob Structing Highways, Polluting Or Diverting Public Waters. Carrying On A Business Whieli Is Da N Gerous To The Public Health ...

Recent
Recent Pnases. In 1903, For The Time Being, Psychology Seemed To Have Run Its Course In Eng Lish Fiction. True, Some Of The Characteristics Of Henry James Connect Him With Meredith; But .lames Is Master Of Several Manners. The Best Contemporary Work In Psychology Is Represented By Boni Bourget, At ...

Recent Development
Recent Development. Of The More Recent Development Of Municipal Arehitecture. Paris. Vienna, And Budapest Stand Out As The Most Conspicuous Examples; Hut Berlin. Munich, And Other German Cities, Rome And Naples, And In Less Degree Many Other Cities In Europe Have Undergone A Process Of Arehiteetural Remodeling. The Great Operations ...

Religion
Religion. In 1900 There Were About 900 Church Organizations, With A Membership Of 70, 000. They Owned Church Property Valued At $500, 000. The Catholic Church Had A Membership Of 13.801. The Methodist Episcopal, Christian, Bap Tist, And Missionary Baptist Churches Each Re Corded A Membership Of Nearly 5000, But ...

Renaissan
Renaissan Ce. While The Renaissance Was More Fruitful In Works Of Private And Religious Architecture Than In Municipal Architecture, A Great 'mintier Of Notable Buildings Were Erected For Public Purposes In The Cities Of Italy And Of \vestern Europe. The General Downiztll Of Civic Liberties Checked The Progress Of Sonle ...

Return To The Novel
Return To The Novel Of Contemporary Life. Scott's Influence On File Novel Is Not Summed Up By Giving A List Of His Imitators Or Of Those Writers Who Discovered New Romantic Themes. He Is In Thomas Hardy's Woodland Scenes As Much As In Stevenson's Master Of Liallanlrue. Lie De Picted ...

Ribliogra Y
Ribliogra Y. Special Articles, Such As Opera, 1n Snit' Ni En Tat Ion. Greek Ai Utile, Have Their Own Separate Bibliographies. So The Following Is Mere Ly A List Of General Reference Books. Consult: Lavignae. Music And .11usicians, Trans. (new York, 181)9) ; Ritter, Angemeinc Illustrierte Enci,k1opndic Der .11usikgesehichte (leipzig. ...

Richard 1624 72 Nicolls
Nicolls, Richard (1624-72). A Soldier And Colonial Governor. During The Civil War Lie Commanded A Troop Of Horse On The Roy Alist Side. Lle Followed The Stuarts Into Exile And Served With The Duke Of York Under Marshal Turenne. After The Restoration. Lie Was Groom Of The Bedchamber For The ...

Riddance Of Mosquitoes
Riddance Of :mosquitoes. The Most Effective Way Of Relieving A Neighborhood Of Mosquitoes Consists In Abolishing The Breeding Places. All Accumulations Of Stagnant Water—and These Are Of The Most Varied And Frequently Inaccessible Character—must Be Removed Wherever It Is Pos Sible. Swampy Lands Should Be Drained ; Hollows In Old ...

Robert 1734 1806 Morris
Morris, Robert (1734-1806). An Eminent American Financier And One Of The Signers Of The Declaration Of Independence. Ile Was Bon] At Liverpool, England. January 31. 1734. At The Age Of Fourteen He Was Sent To Ameriea And Pljcc-ll In The Counting House Of Charles Willing, It Rich Philadelphia Merchant. Whose ...

Robert Cornelis Napier
Napier, Robert Cornelis, Lord Napier Of Magdala (1810-90). A British Soldier. Born At Colombo. Ceylon. Lie Studied At The East India Company's Military College At Addiscombe. And At The Royal Engineering School At Chatham. And From 1828 To 1843 Was Chiefly Employed On The Public Works. In The Latter Year, ...

Roman
Roman Coins—history And Characteristics. The Italic Peoples Of Central Italy Were A Pas Toral Race. And Their Earliest Medium Of Exchange Was Cattle (peens) ; The Latin Words Peeunia, 'money.' Pee/ilium, 'property.' And Peculatus, 'stealing.' Are Evidence Of This. Bronze Was The Only Metal That They Possessed In Quantity And ...

Romance And
Romance And Sin Walter Scorr. The Old Romances Never Became Quite Dead. As Late As 1752, Charlotte Lennox Thought It Worth While To Ridicule Them In The Female Quixote. Under The Impulse Of The Romantic Spirit Which Was Pervading All Literature, A Short Ghostly Romance Was Published By Walpole In ...

Ronian Jurisprodfnce
Ronian Jurisprodf.nce. The Roman Lawyers Noted The Fact That Many Substantially Identical Rules Were Observed By All The .:\lediterranean Nations; And To This Etanmon Law They Gave The Name 'law Of Nations' Jug Gentirint). In The First Century Before Christ They Began To Speak Of 'natural Law.' In The Roman ...

Saint Nicholas
Nicholas, Saint ( A Highly Popu Lar Saint Cif The Roman Catholic Church, Rever Enced With Still Greater Devotion By The Rus Sian Church. Of His Personal History Hardly Anything Is Known With Certainty. He Is Said To Have Been Bishop Of Myra In Lyeia And To Have Taken Part ...

Sca Les Or
Sca. Les Or Not.yrnix. The Explanation Of The Fact That 10 Is Almost Everywhere Found A. The Base Of The System Of Counting Is Seen In The Common U.r Of The In Elementary Calcula Tions. In All Ancient Civilizations Linger Reckon Ing Was Known, And Even To-day It Is Can ...

Sense Organs
Sense Organs. As Soon As Sense Organs Ap Pear The Nervous Elements Of Animals Consist Of Three Parts: (i) The So-called Terminal, End, Or Sense Organ; (2) The Ganglia; And (3) The Nerves. End Organs Appear First Clearly Defined In The Ccelenterata, Although The Pigment Spots Of Euglena Are In ...

Soil Climate
Climate, Soil, And Vegetation. North Da Kota Has A Typical Continental Climate Charac Terized By Enormous Extremes Of Temperature, Which, However, The Dry Atmosphere Renders Bearable, Healthful, And Invigorating. The Mean Temperature For -january Is 3°, And For July 70°. The Extremes Have A Range Of Nearly 155° For The ...

Soil And Vegetation
Soil And Vegetation. The Country Is Poor In Vegetable Products Excepting Cultivated Plants. The Most Regions Are Those With A Stiff Clay Soil On The Reclaimed Lands Of The Northern And Western Provinces And On The Fluvial Clays Along The Large Rivers. These Are The Chief Agri Cultural And Grazing ...

Spain
Spain. The Navy Of Spain Received A Serious Setback In The Spanish-american War, Losing About Half The Fleet. During 1901 The Navy Was Reorganized, And Soon After It Was Proposed To Construct A New And Powerful Fleet Of 8 Battle Ships Of 12,000 Tons, 4 Cruisers Of 8000 Tons, And ...

Stait
Stait',. In The United States Municipal Architecture Has Until Reeent Years Had Little To Show If Serious Consideration. While The First Fifty Your, Of Independent National Ex Istenee It Nessed The Erection Of Ninny Worthy Federal And Municipal Building:, Ially Enstom Houses And Slate T'apitols, These Were. For The Most ...

State Activities
State Activities. New Zealand Has Become Well Known Because Of The Various Ways In Which The Functions Of The State Have Been Extended. The Tendency In This Direction Was Well Devel Oped Prior To 1890, But Became Especially Marked Abort That Time. The Movement Has Been The Outgrowth Largely Of ...

Statistics
Statistic's. Aceonlillg To Estimates At The Close Of The Year 1900. The Total Number Of News Papers Published In The World Was About 50.000 (an Increase Of 10,000 (hiring The Previous Ten Years), Distributed As Follows: United States And Canada, 21,789; Germany, 7000; Great Brit Ain. 9000: France, 4300: Japan, ...

Status Of Darwinism At
Status Of Darwinism At Tiie Present Day. Such Arc The Views Of Darwin, As Published In His Origin Of Species. Although He Pushed The Special Form Of Evolution To What One Would Sup Pose To Be Its Furthest Limits, Yet As We Have Seen He Somewhat Modified His Views Late• ...

Statutory
Statutory Pnovisioss. Property Acquired By A Wife After Marriage Remains Hers. Women Who Own Assessed Property. Or W110 Have Children Of School Age. May Vote In School Meet Ings. The Liquor In Provide For High License. The Legal Rate Of Interest Is Seven Per Cent.. Ten Being Allowed By Contract, ...

Street Railways
Street Railways. This Class Of Service Has Been Developed Since 1850, And Up To 1870 Was Confined Chiefly To The United States. Municipal Ownership Outside Of Great Britain Is Rare, And Even There It Has Sprung Up Recently. In Fact, Until 1893 Huddersfield. England, And The Rail Way On The ...

Stringed Instruments
Stringed Instruments. Stringed Instruments Are Divided Into Two Principal Classes: (a) Those In Which The Tone Is Produced By Drawing A Bow Made Of Horse-hair Across The Strings. (b) Those In Which The Tone Is Produced By Plucking The String Either With The Lingers Or A Small Instrument Called Plectrum. ...

Switzerland
Switzerland. Each Of The Twenty-five Cantons Of Switzer Land Has Its Own Separate And Independent School Organization, And There Are Very Few Federal Regulations On The Subject. The Federal Constitution Of 1874 Empowers The Band To Es Tablish And Maintain Or Assist A University Or Other Institution For 'higher Education.' ...

Synipattietic Nervous
Synipattietic Nervous Composed Of (a) Two Series Of Ganglia Which Are Eonneet441 With One Another By Nerve And Extend Along Either Side Of The Vertebral Column Front The Base Of The Skull To The Coccyx: (h) Plexuses. Three In Immlwr, Which Lie In Front Of The Spine In The Thoracic, ...

Systems Of Nationaleducation
National Education, Systems Of. A System Of National Education May Be Said To Exist Wherever The Sovereign Authority In A Nation Takes Part In The Establishment, Mainte Nance, Or To Any Considerable Extent The Regula Tion Of The Agencies For The Education Of The Peo Ple. In Ancient Times And ...

The Crani Al Nerves
The Crani Al Nerves. The Cranial Or Ence Phalic Nerves Arise From The Under Surface Of The Encephalon Or Brain And Leave The Cranial Cavity Through Foramina In Its Floor. According To The Older Classification Of Willis. The Cranial Nerves Were Divided Into Nine Pairs. The Later And 110w More ...

The Middle Ages In
The .middle Ages In Europe. Among The New Peoples After The Fall Of Rome, Just, As Among The Greeks, The Epic Flourished Long Before Ro Mance. But By The End Of The Twelfth Century The Epic Impulse An Hieh Had Created Reoten/j And The Ciranswi (le Roland Had Spent Its ...

The Ocean Floor
The Ocean Floor. The Ocean Basins Are Vast Depressions, Whose Surface Rises And Falls In Gentle Undulations. Throughout Most Of Its Extent The Bottom Lies At Depths Exceeding 2000 Fathoms, And There Are Many Depressions Or 'deeps' Lying Below 3000 Fathoms. The Greatest Depth Yet Re Ported Is 5269 Fathoms, ...

The Spanish Pen Nsila
The Spanish Pen! Nsi'la. Though There Were Earlier Sheets Published At Irregular Intervals, The First Spanish Newspaper Seems To Date Only From The Eighteenth Century. Even For Some Time After 1800 :\ladrid Had Only Its Mario. Indeed, The Press In Spain Had A Hard Career Till The Revolution Of 1554. ...

The Stave
The Stave. The Introduction Of Lines We Owe To The Neumes. In The Tenth Century Tincbald Took Np The Idea Of Using Lines. Lie Wrote The Syllables Between The Lines, And At The Beginning Lie Indicated By The Letters T And S Whether The Voice Was To Proceed By Tones ...

The United States
The United States. The Newspaper Has An Importance In The United States Attained Nowhere Else. A Broad Area Under A Common Language With A Homogeneous Population, Universal Educa Tion, Easy Means Of Communication, The Cheapest Mail Facilities Known, Newspaper Tolls Cheaper In Proportion To Average Distance, Though Higher For Short ...

Thomas 1738 89 Nelson
Nelson, Thomas (1738-89). An American Patriot, One Of The Signers Of The Declaration Of Independence. He Was Born At Yorktown, Va., And Was The Son Of William Nelson, Governor Of Virginia In 1770-71. He Went To England In 1753, Was Educated At Eton And At Trinity Col Lege, Cambridge, And ...

Thomas Ogorman
O'gor'man, Thomas (1843— ). An Ameri Can Bishop Of The Roman Catholic Church, Born In Boston, Mass. Ile Lived In Chicago And In Saint Paul, Minn., Until 1853, And For Twelve Years Thereafter Studied In France. In 1867 He Took A Pastoral Charge In Rochester. Minn., But Left It In ...

Tiie Brain
Tiie Brain. By This Term Is Usually Meant All That Portion Of The Ecrebro-spinal Axis Contained In The Cranial Cavity. The Human Brain Is Larger And Heavier Rela Tively To The Size And Weight Of The Body Than The Brain Of Any Other Animal, With The Pos Sible Exception Of ...

Tiie Nicene Creed
Nicene Creed, Tiie. Frequently Called The Nic.eno-constantin ()ponta N Creed. The Most Important Ancient Formula Of The Christian Faith, And The Only One Which Approaches Ecu Menical Authority. Since The Fifth Century It Has Commonly Been Believed That This Creed Was Adopted At The Council Of Niaca. (325), And Reaffirmed ...

Tiieriolatrvor
Tiieriolatrvor Animal G011,a11v:111y Have Human Characteristics And Are (wile Aniline Popathie. Love Or Fear, As In The Ease Of Human Gods, Prompts That Greater Respect Which With Savages Constitutes Worship. This Is T•speeially Easy In The Ease Of Animals. For Savages Establish No Barrier Of Soul And Reason As Peculiar ...

Tile Central Nervous System
Tile C'entral Nervous System. The Brain And Spinal Cord Are Covered And Protected By Three Membranes Or Meninges, As They Are Frequently Termed—viz. The Fluor Muter, The Arachnoid, And The Pia Mater. The Drn•a Muter Is A Strong Fibrous Membrane, Which Supplies The Cranial Bones With Blood In Early Life, ...

Tile Form Of Tile
Tile Form Of Tile Notes. As Long As Music Had No Distinctive Rhythm Of Its Own And The Musical Accents Were Determined Only By The Word-accent, Guido's System Of Using Simple Dots Answered All Purposes. But It Was Not Long Be Fore The Need Of Notes Having A Fixed Time-value ...

Tile Netherlands
Netherlands, Tile; Often Called Hort Land. The Country- Forming, With The Coastal Region Of Belgium. The Lowest Part Of Europe. It Is The Western Continuation Of The Low Plain Of North Tiermany And Lies Between Latitudes 50° 43' And 53° 30' N.. And Longitudes 3° 22' And 12' E. It ...

Tonio
Tonio A Celebrated Italian Anti Quary And Historian. Ile Was Born At Vignola, Near Modena, October 21, 1672. He Studied Theology And History In The University Of Mo Dena, And Early Attracted The Attention And Won The Friendship Of Father Bambini, The Li Brarian At The Ducal Palace, Who Fostered ...

Topogra Ph Y
Topogra Ph Y. The Surface Of Nova Scotia Is Undulating. And Traversed By Broken Ranges Of Bilk. Whose Direction Is In General That Of The Long Axis Of The Province. The Direction Of These Uplifts-, Together With Their Rock-formation. Iden Tifies The Region :us A Part Of The Appalachian System. ...

Topograph Y
Topograph Y. The State May Be Divided Into Three Distinct Topographical Belts. The Appala Chian Mountain Region In The West. The Piedmont Plain In The Middle, And The Coastal Plain In The East, The Dividing Lines Between These Running Obliquely Across The State From Southwest To Northeast. The Mountain Belt, ...

Topography
Topography. The Coast On The Gulf Of Saint Lawrence Is Low And Sandy, With Numerous Spits And Lagoons; That On The Bay Of Fundy Is Bold And Rocky. The Latter Is Protected From The Scouring Action Of The Extraordinarily High Tides By A Ridge Of Hard Cambrian Rock With Small ...

Topography_2
Topography. The Waters On The South Of The Island Are So Shallow That If The Sea Floor Were Elevated 300 Feet New Guinea Would Form A P:u•t Of .australia And The Louisiade Archipelago In The Southeast Would Be A Part Of The Main Land. Oceanic Depths Encircle The Island On ...

Topography_3
Topography. The Northern And Southern Divi Sions Of The Atlantic Slope Meet In New Jersey On A Line Running West From Newark Bay. The Former Division Is Characterized Practically By The Absence Of The Coastal Plain And By The Less Definite Demarcation Of The Piedmont Plain (q.v.). The Latter Division ...

Topography_4
Topography. The Topographical Features Of New York Are Varied And Complex, But A Certain Number Of More Or Less Well-marked Physical Di Visions May Be Recognized. The Great Appalach Ian Belt First Comes Out Upon The Coast In This State. The Piedmont Plain, Which Has Such A Distinctive Development Farther ...

Topography_5
Topography. The Caribbean Coast Is Low And Poorly Supplied With Harbors. It Has Three Ports, None Of Them Adapted For Large Ships. Grey Town, In The Delta Of The San Juan River, Former Ly Had A Splendid Harbor With 30 Feet. Of Water At Low Tide, But During A Flood ...

Topography_6
Topography. The Eastern Part Of The State Is The Perfectly Level Bed Of The Ancient Lake Agassiz, Now' Traversed By The Red River And Its Tributaries. It Lies About 1000 Feet Above Sea Level, And Merges Westward Into The Rolling Prairies Of The Central Region. In The North The Land ...

Tra De
Tra De. The Port Of New York Includes All The Numicipalities On New York Harbor And The Hudson Liver. In 191)1 64 Per Cent. Of The Total Imports And 35.60 Per Cent. Of The Total Exports, Or 45.73 Per Cent. Of The Total Foreign Trade Of The United States, Passed ...

Training Of Nurses
Nurses, Training Of. At The End Of The Fourth Century. When The Temples Of 2eseulapius, Ilygeia. And Semple Were Closed, The Sick Poor Formerly Housed In These Temples Were Turned Adrift. Christian Monasteries And Temples Were Opened To And Conventual Orders Arose Whose Office Was To Provide For The Sick. ...

Transportation
Transportation. The Eastern Part Of :ne Braska Enjoys Adequate Railroad Facilities, And Three Lines. The Burlington And Missouri River, The L Ilion Pacific, And The Fremont. Elkhorn And Missouri Valley, Cross The State From East To West. The Western Part Of The State Has No North And -011111 Lines. The ...

Transportation And Commerce
Transportation And Commerce. In 1902 There Were 2235 Miles Of Railway In Operation. The Total Cost Of Construction Being £18,170,722. The Prov Ince Owns And Operates Nearly The Entire Railway System. In 1901-02 The Net Earnings Amounted To £622,349. In 1901-02 There Were 7.356,136 Passengers Carried, Nr Mo•e Than Twice ...

Transportation And Commerce_2
Transportation And Commerce, Ohio Ranks Fifth In Its Total Railroad Mileage; And In Its Mileage Per 100 Square Miles Of Area-21.g1 Miles—it Is Exceeded By Only One Other Of The Large States. The First Railroad Built In Ohio, The Mad River And Lake Erie, Now A Part Of The Rig ...

Transportation And Ommunications
Transportation And ('ommunications. The Largest Routes Of Trade By Water Or Rail Eon Verge On 'rotterdam, ..1ms1erdam, And Flushing. Great Ship Canals Have Given Their To Rotterdam 1315.50; Inhabitants In 1900) And Amsterdam (510.900 ) . Rotterdam, Near The Mouth Of 1,he Mitre. U•as Threatened With Being Cut Oil' From ...

Treatment Or The
Treatment Or The Course. No Sooner Has Life Become Extinct Than The Preparation Of The Holy Begins. For Sake Most Primitive Tribes Double The Corpse Into The Smallest Com Pass, The Chin Resting On The Knees. Even Among Such An Advanced People As The Ancient Peruvians This Custom Of Packing ...

Tue Natural Selection Tueory
Tue Natural Selection Tueory Explained. The Theory Of Natural Selection Is Based On The Facts Of Variation. As To The Causes Of Variation, Darwin Does Not Say Much In The Origin Of Nye Vies. Basing His Theory On The Fact That Vari Ations Are Constantly And Spontaneously Arising, He Claimed ...

Turf
Turf. For A Long Time New York Was The Tirst State In Agrieultural Importance. And As Late As 1890 Was Surpassed By Illinois Alone In The Value Of Farm Products. In 1900, Although These Products Had Increased 51 Per Cent. In The Decade Ending With That Near. The Amount Was ...

Turkey
Turkey. The Reduction Of Revenue Entailed By The Turco-russian War Of 1877-78 Caused Turkey To Let Her Navy Become Wholly Ineffective For Purposes Of War. About 1890 It Was Decided To Rebuild Some Of The Most Available Vessels Of The Fleet• And Now All The Old Ships Have Either Been ...

Tydrogra
Tydrogra Iv. The Numerous Bogs And Marshes Testify To The Imperfect Drainage. There Are Many Small Streams, But No Large Rivers Ex Cept In The South. These Large Rivers Flow In The Direction Of The General Slope Of The Country From East To West. They Are All International Streams, Important ...

United States
'united States. In The 'united States, The Control And Support Of The Education Of The People Have Been Left Prac Tically To The Several State Governments. Central (4u-eminent Has, However, Dealt With The Matter In A Few Eases. The Ordinance Of 1787 Provided That One Section Of Each Township The ...

University Of Moscow
Moscow, University Of. The Oldest And Largest Institution Of Higher Learning In Russia, Organized In 1755. At Its Inception It Consisted Of Three Medicine, And Philosophy A Total Staff Of Ten Professors. Mostly Brought From Western Europe. The Curriculum Was Very Limited In Its Scope Until 1807, When It Was ...

Veisity
Vei:sity One The Educational System Is Scarcely Surpassed Either For Comprehensiveness Or Excellence. The On The Right Bank Is An Institution Founded By Ii. For Advanced Civil Service Instruction. It Is Surround Ed By Attractive Pleasure Grounds Ing Along The River Shore. The Important Poly Technic Sehool Is In A ...

Ventricles Of The Brain
Ventricles Of The 'brain. The Lateral Ventri Cles Represent The Expanded Anterior End Of The Embryonic Neural Canal. And Are The Cavities Of The Hemispheres. They Are Lined By A Single Layer Of Simple Cylindrical Epithelium, The Epen Dynia. Derived From The Epiblastic Lining Of The Neural Canal. The Two ...

Vern Ai Ent
; ()vern Ai Ent. The First Charter Of Greater New York Went Into Elfect January 1, 1898. But It Was Found Defective In Several Hnportant Re Spects, And In 1901 The Legislature Made Radical Changes. Under The Amended Charter, The Mayor Is Elected For Two Years. Much Power And Re ...

Vertebrates
Vertebrates. The Nervous System Of The Higher Vertebrates Consists Of A Double Chain Of Ganglia Lying In The Median Line On The Dorsal Side Of The Body, Which Consist: Of The Spina] Cord And The Brain. The Segmental Origin Of The Spinal Is Shown By The Regular Repetition Of The ...

Vertical Circulation
Vertical Circulation. The Theory Of A Ver Tical Oceanic Circulation Rests Almost Entirely Upon The Study Of The Thermal Conditions Existing In The Atlantic. The Main Facts In Support Of The Theory May Be ,111111118rized As Follows: (1) The Bottom Water Of Every Ocean In Free Com Munication With The ...

Viip
V.iip Powers, Though They Usually Take Animal Forms When Acting As Animate Beings. Very Old And Is The Belief That A Inan's Individual Life May Be De Posited In A Mountain Or Tree„ And Be Destroyed Only When The Divine Object Is Overthrown By It Higher Divinity. Dr.ndrimatity. Under This ...

Wastes
Wastes. By Far The Greater Part Of The Large Quantity Of Water Supplied To The Modern Muni Cipality Must Be Removed Again In A More Or Less Befouled Condition. All American, Many British. And The Largest Continental Cities Have Found Water To Be The Best Vehiche For Removing Excreta, And ...

William Augustus 1796 1877
Muhlenberg, William Augustus (1796 1877). An American Episcopal Clergyman And Philanthropist, Grandson Of 11. 31. 3lublenberg. Ile Was Born In Philadelphia, And Graduated At The University Of Pennsylvania In 1814. Thn•ee Years Later He Was Ordained Deacon, And Served As Assistant To Bishop White At Christ Church, Phil Adelphia. Ordained ...

William Thomas Green 1819
Morton, William Thomas Green (1819 6s). An American Dentist, Exploiter Of The General Anesthetic Properties Of Sulphuric Ether. He Was Burn At Charlton, Mass. In 1s40 He Took Up The Study Of Dentistry At The Baltimore Col Lege Of Dental Surgery, Then Recently Established By The New Society Of American ...

Wind Instruments
Wind Instruments. Under This Heading Are Ineluded All Instruments On Whip)] The Tone Is Produced By Setting A Column Of Air In Motion. Aceording To The Material From Which They Are Made, They Are Subdivided Into: (a) Wood Wind Instruments. ( It) Brass Instruments. Many Of The Wind Class A ...

Worship Of Elements
Worship Of Elements. As Constituents Of All Nature The Elements Are Worshiped By Philoso Pliers, But It Is Quite Doubtful Whether, As Has Often Been Claimed, The Elements Were Ever Wor Shiped As Such By Savages, Or Even By More Ad Vanced People Till A Late Period In Their Develop ...

Xider Art Of Navigation
Xi()der\ Art Of Navigation. In The Merchant Service Vessels Are Taken In And Out. Of Port By A Pilot. When The Is Ready To Leave Port, The Pilot (or Captain In The United States Navy) Takes Charge. Men Are Stationed At The Wheel For The Purpose Of Steer Ing And ...

The New Theology
New Theology, The, Or New' Divikity. A Term Often Applied In The Last Quarter Of The Last Century To A Movement Represented By And Over Theological Seminary, And Embodied In A Small Volume By Its Professors, Called Progressire Orthodory, Published In 1836. It Became Clear Finally That The Movement Was ...