CHADWICK, Capt. French Ensor; in command of U.S.. cruiser New York, flagship N. Atlantic Squadron ; Chief of Staff of Rear-Admiral Sampson in the Spanish-American War.
CHALMERS Mackenzie Dalzell, M.A., C.S.I.; Assistant Parliamentary Counsel to Treasury, London; Counsel to Board of Trade; Judge of County Courts, 1884; acting Chief Justice, Gibraltar, 1893; Com-missioner of Assize, 1895; law member of the Viceroys Council in India; author of Digest of the Law of Bills of Exchange, Digest of the Law of Sale, etc.
CHAMBERLAIN, Hon. Joshua Lawrence, A.M., LL.D. ; - Brigadier- General in the U.S. Civil War ; Governor of Maine, 1866-71 ; President of Bowdoin College, 1871-83; author of Maine: Her Place in History, American Ideals, etc.
CHAMBERLIN, Thomas Crowder, Ph.D., LL.D. ; Professor of Geology at Beloit, 1873-84; President of the Univ. of Wisconsin, 1887-92; Head of the Geological Department of the Univ. of Chicago; author of Geology of Wisconsin; editor of the Journal of Geology (U.S.).
CHAMBERS,, Thomas King, M.D., F.R.C.P.; Senior Consulting Surgeon to St. Marys Hospital: London; author of Digestion and its Derangements, A Manual of Diet in Health and Disease, etc.
CHAMPLIN, John Denison; part-editor of the American Cyclopaedia; connected with the Bridge-port Standard and The Sentinel till 1869; author of Young Folks History of the War for the Union, The Chronicle of the Coach.
CHANEY, Henry James Superintendent of the Standards Department, Board of Trade; Secretary to Royal Commission on Standards, 1867-70 ; represented Great Britain at International Conference on the Metric System, 1901 ; author of Treatise on Weights and Measures.
CHANNING, Edward, Ph.D.; Professor of History, Harvard University; author of Town and County Government in the English Colonies of North America, Narragansett Planters, etc.; part-author of Narrative and Critical History of America.
CHANUTE, Octave; formerly President American Society of Civil Engineers; author of Kansas City Bridges, Progress in Flying Machines, etc.
CHAPMAN, Alfred, M. Inst. C.E.; designer and constructor of sugar machinery.
CHAPMAN, F. ; Dunedin, N.Z.
CHAPMAN, Valentine Walbran; author of numerous articles on sugar and sugar manufacture.
CHAPPELL, William ; one of the founders of the Musical Antiquarian Society and the Percy Society; author of Popular Music of the Olden Time, History of Music (incomplete).
CHARLES, Rev. Robert Henry., M.A.. D.D.; Professor of Biblical Greek, Trin. Coll., Dublin; 1063 author of Book of Enoch, Translated from the Ethiopic; edited Ethiopic Text of Book of Jubilees, edited from four MSS., etc. ; author of The Doctrine of a Future Life, Jowett Lectures for 1898-99.
CHATAWAY, James Vincent, M.L.A..; formerly Secretary for Agriculture, Queensland.
CHESNEY, Brevet-Colonel Charles Corn-wallis, R.E.; Professor of Military History at Sandhurst from 1858; member of the Royal Com-mission on Military Education, 1868; author of Campaigns in Virginia and Maryland, Waterloo Lectures, Essays in Modern Military Biography.
CHESNEY Lieut.-Gen. George Tomkyns, C.B., C.I.S., C.I.E.; served at the siege of Delhi; Member of Council of the Governor-General of India, 1887 ; author of Indian Polity : A View of the System of Administration in India.
CHESTER, W. T.; New York.
CHEYNE, Rev. Thomas Kelly, D.Litt., D.D.; sometime Fellow of Balliol Coll., Oxford ; Oriel Professor of the Interpretation of Scripture, Oxford ; Canon of Rochester, 1885; one of the Old Test. revisers ; Bampton Lecturer, 1889 ; author of Notes and Criticisms on the Hebrew Text of Isaiah; joint--editor of Encyclopaedia Biblica.
CHICHESTER Henry Manners; served in the army at Mauritius and the Cape of Good Hope; author of Historical Records of the 24th Foot and the 40th Foot, and of 499 military officers in the Dictionary of National Biography.
CHIENE John, C.B., LL.D., M.D., F.R.S.; Professor of Surgery Edinburgh Univ., from 1882; late President Royal Red. Soc. and Coll. of Surgeons, Edinburgh; late Consulting Surgeon to H.M.s Forces in South Africa; author of Lectures on Surgical Anatomy, Principles of Surgery.
CHIROL, Valentine; B.Litt. University of Paris; foreign editor of The Times; author of The Far Eastern Question, Twixt Greek and Turk, etc.
CHISHOLM, G. G., M.A., B. Sc.; author of The Commerce of the British Empire, joint-author of Europe' in Stanfords Compendium of Geography and Travel; edited Longmans Gazetteer of the World.
CHISHOLM, Hugh, B.A.; Barrister-at-Law of the Middle Temple; assistant editor of the St Jamess Gazette, 1892-97 ; editor, 1897-1900; joint-editor of the new volumes of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
CHREE, Charles, M.A., Sc.D., LL.D., F.R.S.; formerly Fellow of Kings College, Camb. ; Super-intendent of the Observatory Department, National Physical Laboratory.
CHRISTIE, Richard Copley, M.A.; Professor of Jurisprudence at Owens Coll., Manchester, 1857-70; Chancellor of the Diocese of Manchester from 1872 author of On the Economical View of the Greek Philosophers, Etienne Dolet, the Martyr of the Renaissance.
CHRISTY, S. B., Ph.B.; Professor of Mining and Metallurgy, and Dean of the Faculty of the College of Mining, University of California.
CHRYSTAL, George, M.A., LL.D.; Hon. Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge; Professor of Mathematics, Edinburgh University, from 1879; author of Treatise on Algebra, Introduction to Algebra.
CHURCH, Arthur Herbert, M.A., D.Sc., F.R.S.; Professor of Chemistry, Royal Academy of Arts; Professor of Chemistry in the Royal Agricultural Coll., Cirencester ; Lecturer, Coopers Hill; President of Mineralogical Society, 1898-1901 ; author of The Laboratory Guide, Food Grains of India, Josiah Wedgwood, Colour, etc.
CHURCH, Col George Earl; Vice-President of the Roy. Geog. Soc.; President of the Geog. Section, British Association, 1898 ; author of South America, an Outline of its Physical Geography, etc.
CHURCH Very Rev. Richard William, M.A., D.C. L. ; late Dean of St. Pauls ; sometime Fellow of Oriel Coll., Oxford ; contributor to Essays and Reviews; author of Human Life and its Condi-tions, The Oxford Movement, monographs on St. Anselm, Dante, Spenser, Bacon.
CIST, Henry Martyn, A.M., Cincinnati, U.S.A.; author of Army of the Cumberland, Life of Major-General George H. Thomas; editor of 20 Annual Reports of the Society of the Army of the Cumberland.
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