SHADWELL, A ., M.A. M.D.; Member of Council of Epidemiological Society; author of The London Water Supply, Plague at Oporto, Diphtheria at Darenth Asylum, etc.
SHADWELL, L. l., M.A,; Barrister-at-Law, Lincolns Inn; revising barrister, Middlesex, 1885--1902.
SHAIRP, John Campbell, LL.D.; Professor of Latin at St Andrews Univ., 1861-72 ; Principal of the United Coll., St Andrews, 1868-85; Professor of Poetry at Oxford, from 1877 ; author of Kilmahoe and other Poems, Studies in Poetry and Philo-sophy, Aspects of Poetry.
SHARP. Archibald, B.Sc., A.M.I.C.E.; formerly Instrustor in Engineering at the Central Technical College, London; author of Bicycles and Tricycles.
SHARP, David, M.A., M.B., F.R.S.; Past President of Entomological Society of London ; author of Aquatic Carnivorous Coleoptera, Insects.
SHARP, Robert Farquharson, B.A.; Assistant Librarian, British Museum; edited Lyttons Plays, author of Dictionary of English Authors, Der Ring des Nibelungen, Makers of Music, Architects of English Literature.
SHARP, William ; general editor of the Canterbury Poets; author of Wives in Exile, Silence Farm, critical biographies of Rossetti, Shelley, Heine, and Browning; compiled the anthologies, Sonnets of the Century, Lyra Celtica, etc.
SHARPE, James; formerly editor of the Archers Register.
SHAW, Albert, Ph.D.; editor of the American Monthly Review of Reviews; author of Local Government in Illinois, Municipal Government in Great Britain, Municipal Government in Continental Europe, etc.
SHAW, Flora L. (Lady Lugard) ; Special Correspondent for The Times to South Africa and Australia, Canada and Klondike; author of articles on British colonial questions.
SHAW, Herbert, B.A.; Secretary of the Tyneside Geographical Society.
SHAW, Hon. Leslie Mortier, LL.D.; Secretary of the U.S. Treasury; formerly Governor of the State of Iowa.
SHAW, Thomas. K.C., LL.D., M.A.; M.P. for Hawick District from 1892; Solicitor- General, Scot-land, 1894-95.
SHAW, William Napier, M.A., Sc.D., F.R.S.; Secretary of the Meteorological Council from March 1900; formerly Fellow and Lecturer of Emmanuel Coll. Cambridge; Univ. Lecturer in Experimental Physics, Cambridge, 1887-99 ; joint-author of a Text-book of Practical Physics; has contributed many papers on electrolysis, meteorology, and ventilation to scientific journals.
SHAYLOR, J. ; manager to Simpkin, Marshall, and Co.
SHEA, Hon. George: Chief Justice of the Marine Court of New York, 1870-82; author of The Life and Epoch of Alexander Hamilton: an Historical Study, The Nature and Form of the American Government, etc.
SHEA, John Dawson Gilmary, LL.D. edited the American Historical Magazine, 1859-65; author of Discovery and Exploration of the Mississippi Valley, etc.
SHEAHAN, James W.; part-author of Chicago: its Past, Present, and Future.
SHEARER, Thomas; Glasgow.
SHEARMAN, Montague; past President O.U.A.C.: joint-author of Football: Its History for Five Centuries; author of Athletics and Football.
SHEARMAN, Thomas Gaskell; formerly joint--author of Shearman and Redfield on Negligence; author of Natural Taxation, Crooked Taxation, Distribution of Wealth, The Single Tax, etc.
SHELLEY, Charles Percy Bysshe; formerly Professor of Manufacturing Art in Kings Coll., London; author of Workshop Appliances.
SHERRINGTON, Charles S., M.A., M.D., F.R.S. ; Professor of Physiology, Univ. Coll., Liver-pool; Member of Council of Royal Society; late Brown Professor of Pathology, University of London ; Lecturer on Physiology, St Thomass Hospital, London; Croonian Lecturer, Royal Society; Member of the Commission on Asiatic Cholera, 1886; Anglo-American Secretary, International Congresses of Physiology, Liège 1892, Berne 1895, Cambridge 1898, Turin 1901.
SHERWELL, Arthur; author of works on Temperance questions.
SHIPLEY, Arthur Everett, M.A., F.Z.S., -Fellow, Tutor, and Lecturer at Christs College: Cambridge; University Lecturer on Advanced Morphology of the Invertebrata; Demonstrator of Comparative Anatomy in the University, 1885-94; Fellow of Christs College, 1887 ; author of Zoology of the Invertebrata ; editor of the Pitt Press Natural Science Manuals, Biological Series; part--author of A Text-Book on Zoology, etc.
SHORT, John Thomas, Ph.D.; Professor of History in the State Univ. of Ohio; author of The North Americans of Antiquity, Ohio: a Sketch of its Industrial Progress.
SHORTER, Clement king; editor of The Sphere; late editor of the Illustrated London News, the Sketch, and the English Illustrated Magazine; author of Charlotte Brontë and Her Circle, Sixty Years of Victorian Literature, etc. etc.
SIBREE, Rev. James; missionary in Madagascar; author of Madagascar and its People, The Great African Island, Madagascar before the Conquest, etc.
SIDGWICK, Eleanor Mildred (Mrs Henry); Principal of Newnham Coll., Cambridge, from 1892.
SIDGWICK, Henry, M.A.; Fellow and Tutor of Trinity Coll., Cambridge; Knightsbridge Pro-fessor of Moral Philosophy from 1883; helped to establish Newnham College; author of Principles of Political Economy, Outlines of the History of Ethics, etc.
SIEVERS, G. Eduard, Ph.D.; formerly Professor of German Philology, Univ. of Halle; author of an Anglo-Saxon grammar and of works on Teutonic philology.
SIME, James, M.A.; formerly on the staff of the Graphic, Nature, and other journals; author of a History of Germany, and several works on German literature.
SIME, William; author of Haco the Dreamer, King Capital.
SIMONS, William ; formerly Superintendent of Schools, Charleston, South Carolina.
SIMPSON, Rev. A.L., D. D. ; author of The Story of Sir David Wilkie, Harveys Celebrated Paintings, The Upward Path, Pioneers.
SIMPSON, Alexander Russell, M.D.; Professor of Midwifery and the Diseases of Women and Children, University of Edinburgh ; editor of Sir James Y. Simpsons Lectures on Diseases of Women; author of Contributions to Obstetrics and Gynaecology, etc.
SIMPSON, Rev. James Gilliland, M.A.; Principal of Leeds Clergy School; lately Rector of St Pauls, Dundee.
SIMPSON, Lieut.-Col. W. A.; Assistant Ad-jutant-General U.S. War Department; Instructor U.S. Military Academy, West Point, 1883-87.
SINCLAIR, F. G., M.A., F.L.S.; author of many biological papers in scientific journals, etc.
SINCLAIR, Thomas, M.A., D.Litt.; author of Humanities, The Sinclairs of England; author of The Messenger, Loves Trilogy, etc.
SKEAT, Rev. Walter William, Litt.D., LL.D., D.C.L., Ph.D. ; Elrington and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon, Cambridge, from 1878; Fellow of Christs Coll. ; President of the English Dialect Soc. ; author of Etymological Dictionary of the English Language, Principles of English Etymology; has edited luany Early and Middle English texts.
SKINNER, Frank C.; Principal Examiner and Chief of Classification Division, U.S. Patent Office.
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