BOYD, Charles Walter, B.A.; sometime private secretary in South Africa to Dr Jameson and Mr Cecil Rhodes.
BOYLE, Very Rev. George David, M.A.; Dean of Salisbury, 1880-1901 ; author of Recollections of the Dean of Salisbury, Richard Baxter, My Aids to the Divine Life.
BOYS, Charles Vernon, F.R.S.; Officier de lInstruction Publique (France); Metropolitan Gas Referee; author of Magnetism and Electricity, Soap-Bubbles and the Forces that mould them.
BRABROOK, Edward William, C.B., F.S.A..; V.P., Royal Archaeological Institute from 1900; Chief Registrar of Friendly Societies from 1891; President of the Anthropological Institute, 1895-97 President of the Folk-Lore Society, 1901 ; author of Provident Societies and Industrial Welfare, History of Royal Society of Literature.
BRADEN, Rev. William ; author of The Beautiful Gleaner, Our Social Relationships and Life in London.
BRADFORD, John R., M.D., D.Sc., F.R.S.; member of Senate of University of London; physician to University Coll. Hospital, London ; Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, University College, London; author of papers on medical and scientific subjects in Proc. Roy. Soc. and in Transactions of medical societies, etc.
BRADLEY, Very Rev. George Granville, D.D., LL. D. ; Dean of the Order of the Bath; Fellow of University College, Oxford, 1844-46 ; Master of Marlborough, 1858-70; Master of University College, Oxford, 1870-81 ; Canon of Worcester, 1881; Dean of Westminster, 1881-1902 ; author of Revised Edition of Arnolds Introduction to Latin Prose 'Lectures on the Book of Job, Lectures on the Book of Ecclesiastes, part-author of Life of Dean Stanley.
BRAEKSTAD, H. L.; Anglo-Norwegian journalist; translator of standard Norwegian works.
BRAMWELL Capt. G. A.; School of Signalling Adershot; Deputy-Assistant-Adjutant-General for signalling.
BRANDIS, Sir Dietrich, K.C.T.E., Ph.D., F.R.S. Inspector-General of Forests to Indian Government, 1864-83; author of Catalogue of Specimens of Timber from the Government Forests of India.
BRANNER, John Casper, Ph.D., LL.D.; Geologist, Imperial Geological Commission, Brazil, 1875-77 ; Agent U.S. Department of Agriculture in Brazil, 1882-83 acting President, Stanford University, U.S.A., 1898-99 author of numerous publications on Brazil.
BRANTLY, William Theophilus ; reporter of the Maryland Court of Appeals; Ex-Secretary of State of Maryland; author of Law of Personal Property.
BRASSEY, Rt. Hon. Lord, 1st Baron, K.C.B., D.C. L.; Knight of St John of Jerusalem ; Commander of Legion of Honour, 1889 ; President, Statistical Society, 1879-80; Civil Lord of Admiralty, 1880-83 ; Secretary to Admiralty, 1883-85 ; Chairman of Opium Com-mission; President of the Institution of Naval Architects, 1893-95; Governor of Victoria, 1895-1900 ; author of Work and Wages Naval Annual, British Navy, British Seamen, British Work and Foreign Wages, etc.
BRETT, Michael; Barrister, Middle Temple.
BREWER, William H. ; Professor of Agriculture, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale, from 1864 ; Professor of Chemistry and Geology, Washington Coll., 1858-60; 1st Assistant, Geological Survey of California, 1860-64; U.S. Forestry Commissioner, 1896; author of Botany of California, etc.
BRICKDALE, C. Fortescue ; Barrister, Lincolns Inn; author of The Law and Practice regarding the Registration of Deeds in the County of Middlesex, Notes on Land Transfer, Registration of Title to Land, etc.
BRICKWOOD, Edwin Dampier ; author of Boat-racing, or The Arts of Rowing and Training, by Argonaut.
BRIDGE, Vice-Admiral Sir Cyprian Arthur George, K.C.B. ; Commander-in-Chief, China station ; member of Committee oil Heavy Guns, 1878 ; of War Office Committee on Machine Guns 1879; of Ordnance Committee, 1881 ; Director of Naval In-telligence, 1889-94 ; Commander-in-Chief, Australian station, 1895-98.
BRIGGS, Charles Augustus, D.D., D.Litt.; Pro-fessor of Biblical Theology, Union Theological Seminary, New York City; author of Biblical Study,American Presbyterianism, The Higher Criticism of the Hexateuch, General Introduction to the Study of Holy Scripture.
BRIGGS, H. B. ; London.
BRIGHTMAN, Rev. Frank Edward, M.A.; Pusey Librarian,Oxford, from 1884; Chaplain, Univ. Coll., Oxford, 1884-87; author of What Objections have been made to English Orders? ; editor of Liturgies Eastern and Western, The Oxford Library of Practical Knowledge, etc.
BRILL, Alexander Von ; Professor of Mathematics, University of Tübingen; author of Entwicklung der Theorie der Algebräischen Functionen.
BRINKLEY, Capt. F.. R.A. ; proprietor rtnd editor of the Japan Mall Yokohama; translated The History of Japan; compiled An Unabridged Japanise and English Dictionary, etc.
BROADFOOT, Major William,, R.F. ; author of the Badminton Billiards; edited Career of Major George Broadfoot, C.B., in Afghanistan and the Punjaub, etc.
BROADLEY, Alexander Meyrick; Barrister; Advocate to the Consular Court at Tunis, 1872 ; author of The Last Punic War, Tunis, Past and Present, How we defended Arabi and his Friends.
BRODRIBB, William Jackson, M. A. ; late Fellow of St. Johns College, Cambridge ; Rector of Wootton-Rivers, Wilts, from 1860; part-author of Constantinople : a Sketch of its History to 1453.
BROOME. Lady, widow of the late Sir F. Napier Broome, Governor of West Australia ; author of Station Life in New Zealand, etc.
BROOMHALL, G. J. S.; editor of Corn Trade Year-Book, etc.
BROWN, Alexander Crum, M.A., M.D., D.Sc., LL.D. F.R.S. ; Professor of Chemistry, Edinburgh University, from 1869 ; President of Chemical Society of London, 1892-93 ; author of The Development of the Idea of Chemical Composition.
BROWN, Horatio Robert Forbes, LL.D. ; editor of the calendar of the Venetian State Papers, for the Public Record Office; author of Life on the Lagoons, Venetian Studies, John Addington Symonds, a Biography.
BROWN, J. Taylor.
BROWN, Robert, Ph.D.; naturalist of the Vancouver Expedition; explorer in Greenland; discovered the cause of discoloration of the Arctic Ocean ; author of The Races of Mankind, republished as The Peoples of the World, Our Earth and Its Story; editor of Science for All, and of Leo Africanus for the Hakluyt Society.
BROWN, T. Craig; author of History of Selkirkshire.
BROWNE, Edward Granville, M.A., M.B.; Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge, and Professor of Persian; editor of The Episode of the Bab, etc.
BROWNE, Montagu; author of Practical Taxidermy, Collecting Butterflies and Moths.
BROWNE, William Hand; edited the Southern Review and the Southern Magazine; late Professor of English Literature in Johns Hopkins University ; ,author of the Clarendon Dictionary of the English Language, Archives of Maryland, etc.
BROWNING, Oscar, M.A.; Fellow and Tutor of Kings College Cambridge; University Lecturer in History; Examiner for University of London, 1899; author of Modern England, History of England, Life of George Eliot, and many historical monographs.
BROWNLOW, Rt. Rev. William Robert, M.D., D. D., R.C. Bishop of Clifton; provost, and domestic prelate to Pope Leo XIII.; co-editor of English Roma Sotterranea; author of Early Christian Symbolism, Lectures on Sacerdotalism, on the Catacombs, and other Archaelogical Subjects; translated Cur Deus Homo, and Vitis Mystica.
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