MIJATOVICH, Chedomille; Senator of the king-dom of Servia since 1875; Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the King of Servia to the Court of St James, 1895-1900 ; Servian Plenipotentiary for the conclusion of peace with Bulgaria, 1886; Member of Royal Servian Academy of Science; author of several publications in Servian on political economy, finance, history of commerce, and history of Servia in fifteenth century; novelsRayko of Rassina, Ikoniya, the Mother of the Vezier, etc.
MILL, Henry R. ; author of Elementary Com-mercial Geography, Commodities and Countries.
MILL, Hugh Robert, D.Sc., LL.D., F.R.Met.Soc.; Director of British Rainfall Organization, and editor of` Symons Meteorological Magazine since 1901 ; Hon. Corresponding Member of the Geograpbical Societies of Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, etc. ; British Delegate to International Conference on the Exploration of the Sea, at Christiania, 1901 author of Realm of Nature, The Clyde Sea Area, The English Lakes, The International Geography, etc.
MILLAR, Alexander ; author of Carpets
MILLER, Arthur W. Kaye, M.A.; Assistant Keeper of Printed Books, British Museum; author of Catalogue of the Library of Alleynes College, Dulwich.
MILLER, Hugh; of the Geological Survey of Scotland.
MILLIGAN, Rev. William, D.D. Emeritus Professor of Biblical Criticism in the Univ. of Aberdeen, 1860-93; Moderator of the General Assembly, 1882 ; one of the New Testament Revisers; author of Words of the New Testament, and of a commentary on the Revelation of St John.
MILLINGEN, Alexander Van, M.A.; Robert College, Constantinople; author of Byzantine Con-stantinople, etc.
MILMAN, Sir Archibald John Scott, K.C.B.; Clerk of the House of Commons 1900, retired 1902; in service of House of Commons, 1857-1900.
MILNE, John, F.G.S., F.R.S.; twenty years em-ployed by Japanese Govt. as geologist and mining engi-neer; established the Seismic Survey of Japan; de-signer of seismographs and instruments to record vibrations on railways, etc. ; author of Earthquakes, Seismology, Crystallography, etc.
MILTON, James Tayler, M.Inst.C.E.; Chief Engineer Surveyor, Lloyds Register of Shipping, etc.
MINCHIN, E. A., M.A., F.Z.S.; Jodrell Professor of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy, Univ. Coll., London; sometime Fellow of Merton Coll., Oxford; late Lecturer Comp. Anatomy, Oxford; late Lecturer in Biology, Guys Hospital; author of Sponges, etc.
MINTO, William, M.A.; edited the Examiner, 1874 formerly on the staff of the Daily News and the Pall Mall Gazette; Professor of Logic and English in the Univ. of Aberdeen, 1880; autbor of Manual of English Prose Literature, Defoe, in English Men of Letters Series, Literature of the Georgian Era.
MITCHELL, Hugh; of Gibraltar; Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple.
MITCHELL, Peter Chalmers, M.A., D.Sc., F.Z.S. ; Lecturer on Biology at the London Hospital Medical College; University Demonstrator in Com-parative Anatomy, and assistant to Linacre Professor at Oxford, 1888-91; Lecturer on Biology at Charing Cross Hospital, 1892-94; at London Hospital, 1894; author of Outlines of Biology, Thomas Henry Huxley, etc.
MIVART, St George Jackson, M.D., Ph.D., F.R. S. ; formerly Lecturer on Zoology at St Marys Hospital Med. Sch., and Professor of the Philosophy of Biology at the Univ. of Louvain author of Genesis of Species, Man and Apes, Lessons in Elementary Anatomy.
MOFFAT, Rev. Robert D.D.; was sent out by the LMS. to Namaqua land in 1816; worked in Bechuanaland, 1820-70; translated the Bible into Bechuana ; author of Missionary Labours and Scenes in South Africa, and of papers published by the Royal Geog. Soc.
MOHN, Prof Henrik; Director of the Meteoro-logical Institute, Christiania; organized the Norwegian Polar Station at Bossekup; author of a Storm--Atlas, and many works on meteorology.
MONCKTON, Lionel; composer, and musical critic to the Daily Telegraph.
MONKHOUSE, William Cosmo; formerly Assistant Secretary (Finance), Board of Trade ; served on several Departmental Committees and Committee on the Mercantile Marine Fund, 1894-96; author of The Christ upon the Hill, The Earlier English Water-Colour Painters, The Italian Pre-Raphaelites, etc.
MONRO, David Binning, M.A., LL.D., D.Litt.; Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University; Provost of Oriel Coll., Oxford, from 1882; Delegate of the University Press and of the University Museum; author of Grammar of the Homeric Dialect, an edition of the Odyssey, bks. xiii.- xxiv.
MONTAGU, Sir Samuel; head of the banking firm of Samuel Montagu and Co., London; member of Gold and Silver Commission, 1887-90.
MONTEFIORE, Leonard Abraham, B.A.; London.
MOORE, A. W., C.V.O., M.A.; Speaker of the House of Keys, Isle of Man; author of The Folklore of the Isle of Man, etc.
MOORE, Hon. John Bassett, LL.D.; Professor of International Law and Diplomacy, Columbia University, New York; author of Extradition and Inter-State Rendition, International Arbitrations, etc.
MOORE, Thomas, F.L.S. ; formerly Curator of the Apothecaries Companys Garden at Chelsea, 1848-87; edited the Gardeners Magazine of Botany; author of Handbook of British Ferns, Index Filicum, Illustrations of Orchidaceous Plants.
MOORE, W.; Principal Surveyor for Tonnage, Board of Trade, London.
MOREL-FATIO, Alfred ; Professor of Southern European Languages and Literature at the Collége de France; Director of Dept. of the Philology of Romance Languages, Ecole des Hautes, Etudes; Secretary of the Ecole Nationale des Chartes.
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