HUSBAND, Henry Aubrey, M.B.; author of The Students Handbook of Forensic Medicine and Medical Police, Sanitary Law, and other works on medicine.
HUTCHINSON, Horatio Gordon, B.A.; amateur golf champion, 1886-87; author of Golf in Bad-minton Library, Creatures of Circumstance, The Book of Golf and Golfers, 1899.
HUTCHISON, A. F., M.A.; Rector, High School, Stirling.
HUTCHISON, Thomas; Kirkcaldy; author of works on antiquarian subjects.
HUTTON, Rev. Arthur Wollaston, M.A.; Rector of Spridlington, Lines. 1873-76; author of
Our Position as Catholics in the Church of England, he Anglican Ministry, Cardinal Manning; edited Arthur Youngs Tour in Ireland, 1892, Maitlands Essays on the Reformation, Newmans Lives of the English Saints, etc.
HUXLEY, Rt. Hon. Thomas Henry, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S.; President of the Royal Society: 1883-85; Professor of Natural History in the Royal School of Mines, 1854; author of Theory of the Vertebrate Skull, The Physical Basis of Life, In-troduction to the Classification of Animals, Lay Sermons, Elementary Physiology, etc.
HYMANS, Henri-Simon Belgian art critic; Keeper of the Department of Engravings, Charts, and Plans in the Royal Library at Brussels, 1887; Prof. of Aesthetics at the Antwerp Academy, 1869; author of Rubens, sa Vie et son Aeuvre.
IDE, Hon. Henry Clay; Member of U.S. Philippine Commission ; formerly U.S. Commissioner to Samoa, and later Chief Justice of Samoa.
ILBERT, Sir Courtenay Peregrine, K.C.S.I., C.I.E. ; Clerk of the House of Commons; formerly Parl. Counsel to the Treasury, 1899-1902; Legal Member of Council of Governor-General of India, 1882-86; Member of Statute Law Committee; author of The Government of India, Legislative Method and Forms.
INAMA-STERNEGG, Karl Theodor von.; Professor of Political Science, Vienna; President of the Austrian Royal Statistical Central Commission; author of Outlines of Germanic Philology, Economy, etc.
INGRAM, John Kells, LL.D., Litt.D.; formerly senior Follow and Vice-Provost, Trinity Coll., Dublin; Prof. of English Literature, 1852; Regius Prof. of Greek, 1866; Librarian, 1879; author of On the Present Position and Prospects of Political Economy, Human Nature and Morals according to A. Comte.
IRVINE, William Fergusson; Hon. Sec. Record Society of Lancs and Cheshire; author of Notes on the Ancient Parish of Bidston editor of Liverpool in King Charles IIs Time, etc.
JACKS, Rev. L. P.
JACKSON, Benjamin Daydon; Secretary of the Linnaean Society ; author of Guide to the Literature of Botany, A Handbook of Cinchona Culture, etc.
JACKSON, Henry, Litt.D., LL.D.; Fellow of Trinity Coll., Cambridge, from 1864 ; Praelector in Ancient Philosophy from 1875; Member of the Council of the Senate, 1882-86, 1888-96, 1900-02; author of Texts to illustrate the History of Greek Philosophy from Thales to Aristotle, and of papers in philosophical journals.
JACKSON, J. R. ; formerly Curator of the Museum, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
JACKSON, Lieut.-Col. Louis, R.E.; late In-structor in Fortification, R.M.A.,Woolwich; Instructor in Fortification and Military Engineering, School of Military Engineering, Chatham; Assoc. Member of Ordnance Committee, etc.
JACOB, Francis, M.I.E.E.; chief electrician to Messrs Siemens Bros. and Co.
JACOBINI, His Eminence Cardinal; Papal Nuncio at Vienna, 1874-80 ; Secretary of the Propa-ganda ; Papal Secretary of State, 1880-87.
JAMES, Edmund Janes, A.M., Ph.D.; President, North-Western University; formerly Professor of Public Administration and Director of the Extension Division, University of Chicago; author of Our Legal Tender Decisions, The Education of Business Men, etc.
JAMES, Lionel ; Reuters Special Correspondent in the Chitral Campaign, 1894-95; Times Special Correspondent in South Africa, 1899-1901 ; author of The Relief of Chitral, and Indian Frontier War, 1897-98.
JAMIESON, George, C.M.G.; Director of the Peking Syndicate and Yangtse Valley Company; Consul and Judge of Supreme Court, Shanghai, 1891; Consul--Gen., 1897-99; author of various papers on the Revenue and Statistics of China; prize essay on Bimetallism.
JEBB, Sir Richard Claverhouse, M.P., Litt.D., D.C.L., LL.D.; Regius Professor of Greek, Camb.; Fellow and Lecturer of Trinity College, 1863; Pro-fessor of Greek, University of Glasgow, 1875-89; Lecturer at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1892; Fellow of London University, 1897; Member of London University Commission, 1898; Bampton Lecturer, 1699; author of Sophocles, Electra in Catena Classicorum, Ajax, Characters of Theophrastus, Bentley, Sophocles, with Critical Notes, Commentary, and Translation, Humanism in Education, etc.
JEFFERSON, Joseph, LL.D.; actor; author of Autobiography, etc.
JEKELFALUSSY, Józef von Jekel- und Margitfalva, Dr. Juris ; formerly Director-General of the Royal Hungarian Statistical Bureau; Member of the Royal Hungarian Academy of Sciences ; edited The Millennium of Hungary and its People, etc.
JENKIN, Henry Charles Fleeming ; was in charge of the electrical and engineering work for the wire of the first Atlantic cable ; Professor of Engineering in Edinburgh Univ., 1868; author of Electricity and Magnetism in the Text-books of Science Series.
JENKINSON, Henry Irwin; author of Practical Guide to the English Lake District, Practical Guide to Carlisle and the Neighbourhood, etc.
JENKS, Jeremiah Whipple, Ph.D.; Professor of Political Science, Cornell University; Member of the U.S. Committee to investigate Trusts; author of Henry C. Carey, Road Legislation for the American State.
JENKYNS, Sir Henry, K.C.B.; formerly Parlia-mentary Counsel to Treasury.
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