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Surnames: STO-TAY


STOCK, Eugene; Editorial Secretary of the Church Missionary Society.

STOCKMAN, Ralph M.D.; Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, University of Glasgow; formerly Lecturer on Materia, Medica in the School of Medicine, Edinburgh.

STODDARD, Richard Henry; author of ‘The Book of the East and other Poems,’ ‘A Century after: Picturesque Glimpses of Philadelphia, and Pennsyl-vania.’

STODDART, James Hartle, LL.D.; edited the ‘Glasgow Herald,’ 1875-88; author of ‘Village Life,’ ‘The Seven Sagas of Prehistoric Man.’

STORER, Dr. John; Glasgow.

STORM, Gustav; Professor of History, Univ. of Christiania; edited the ‘Nordisk Converationslexikon,’ ‘Icelandic Annals to 1578,’ and many works on early Norwegian history.

STORM, Johan, LL.D. ; formerly Professor of Philo-logy, Univ. of Christiania; author of ‘Engelsk Filologi,’ ‘Det Norske Maalstroev.’

STORR, Francis, M.A.; editor of the ‘Journal of Education’; Master at Marlborough Coll., 1864-75; Merchant Taylors’ School, 1875-1901 ; author of ‘Table of Greek Irregular Verbs,’ a translation of Heine’s prose works, etc.

STRACHEY, Lady Richard; author of ‘Lay Texts,’ ‘Memoirs of a Highland Lady,’ etc.

STRACHEY. Lieut.-General Richard, R.E., G.C.S.I., LL.D., F.R.S.; served in Sutlej Campaign, 1845-46; Public Works Secretary to the Government of India, 1862 ; Member of the Council of India, 1875-89 President of the Royal Geographinal Soc., 1888-90; author of ‘Lectures on Geography'’; joint-author of ‘Finances and Public Works of India.’

STRANGE, Edward Fairbrother; Assistant Keeper, National Art Library; Assistant, South Kensington Museum, 1889; National Art Library, 1891; author of ‘Alphabets: a Handbook of Lettering,’ ‘Japanese Illustration,’ ‘Worcester, the Cathedral and City,’ and numerous essays on art subjects.

STREATFIELD, R. A., B.A.; author of ‘Masters of Italian Music,’ ‘The Opera,’ etc.

STREET, George Edmund, R A.; President of the Royal Institute of British Architects, 1881 ; designed the Law Courts, Strand ; rebuilt the nave of Bristol Cathedral; restored York Minster; author of ‘An Urgent Plea for the Revival of True Principles of Architecture,’ etc.

STUART, James Montgomery ; author of ‘The History of Free Trade in Tuscany,’ Reminiscences and Essays.’

STUART-GLENNIE, John Stuart, M.A.; Barrister; author of King Arthur, or the Drama of the Revolution,’ ‘Arthurian Localities,’ ‘Pilgrim Memories,’ etc.

STURT, H. ; Queen’s College, Oxford.

SULLIVAN, William Kirby, Ph.D., D.Sc.; President of Queen’s Coll., Cork, 1873-90; author of ‘The Manufacture of Beet Sugar in Ireland,’ ‘Celtic Studies,’ translated from the German of Dr H. Ebel.

SULLY, James, M.A., LL.D.; Grote Professor of Philosophy of Mind and Logic, Univ. Coll. London, from 1892 ; author of ‘Sensation and Intuition,’ ‘Outlines of Psychology,’ etc.

SUMNER, Rev. William Graham LL.D.; Professor of Political and Social Science, Yale Coll., from 1872 ; author of ‘Andrew Jackson as a Public Man,’ American Finance,’ and other works on political economy.

SUPLEE, Henry Harrison, B.Sc.; Member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Member of the Franklin Institute; Membre du Société des Ingénieurs Civils de France, etc.; as-sociate-editor of ‘Engineering Magazine,’ New York and London; author of the English translation of Reuleaux’s ‘Konstrukteur,’ and other works.

SUTHERLAND, Alexander, M.A.; Carlton College, Melbourne.

SWEET, Henry, M.A.; author of ‘A History of English Sounds since the Earliest Period,’ An Anglo--Saxon Primer,’ A Handbook of Phonetics,’ and editions of Early and Middle English texts.

SWINBURNE, Algernon Charles; author of ‘The Queen-Mother, and Rosamond,’ ‘Atalanta in Calydon,’ ‘Chastelard,’ ‘Poems and Ballads’ ‘William Blake,’ ‘Songs before Sunrise,’ ‘Bothwell,’ ‘Songs of Two Nations,’ ‘George Chapman,’ ‘A Study of Shakespeare,’ ‘Mary Stuart,’ ‘Tristram of Lyonesse, and other Poems,’ ‘Miscellanies,’ ‘A Study of Victor Hugo,’ ‘Locrine,’ ‘Study of Den Jonson ‘ ‘Studies in Prose and Poetry,’ ‘Rosamund, Queen of the Lombards,’ etc.

SYMONDS, John Addington, M.A.; sometime Fellow of Balliol Coll., Oxford; author of ‘Introduc-tion to the Study of Dante,’ ‘Studies of the Greek Poets,’ ‘The Renaissance in Italy,’ and of biographies of Sidney, Ben Jonson, Shelley, and Michelangelo.

SYMONS, Arthur; author of ‘An Introduction to the Study of Browning,’ ‘Days and Nights,’ ‘Silhouettes,’ ‘London Nights,’ ‘Studies in Two Literatures,’ ‘The Symbolist Movement in Litera-ture,’ ‘Images of Good and Evil,’ Collected Poems.’

SYMONS, Henry, B.A. ; sometime Scholar of Wadham College, Oxford, and University Scholar ia Classics of the University of London; formerly Lecturer in Greek and Roman History at Bedford College, London ; Assistant Librarian, British Museum.

SYMONS, Capt. T. W.; U.S. Engineers.

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TAIT, Peter Guthrie, M.A., D. Sc. ; Professor of Natural Philosophy, Edin. ; Sec. Royal Soc., Edin. ; Hon. Fellow, St Peter’s Coll., Cam bridge, Professor of Mathematics, Queen’s Coll., Belfast, 1854 ; author of ‘Dynamics of a Particle,’ ‘Quaternions,’ ‘Thermo-Dynamics,’ ‘Heat,’ ‘Light,’ etc.

TANSLEY, A. G., M.A., F.L.S. ; Asst. Professor of Botany, University Coll., London; author of ‘Memoirs on the Anatomy of Plants’; editor of ‘The New Phytologist,’ etc.

TAUSSIG, Frank William, Ph.D., LL.D.; Professor of Political Economy, Harvard University; editor of the ‘Quarterly Journal of Economics’; author of ‘Tariff History of the United States,’ ‘Wages and Labour,’ etc.

TAYLOR, The Rev. Charles, D.D., LL.D.; Master of St John’s Coll., Cambridge; author of Geometrical Conics,’ ‘The Gospel in the Law,’ ‘The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles,’ etc.

TAYLOR E. Fairfax ; Principal Clerk and Taxing Officer, Judicial Department, House of Lords; trans-lated the ‘Aeneid’' into Spenserian stanzas.

TAYLOR, Hon. Hannis, LL.D.; U.S. Minister to Spain, 1893-97; author of ‘The Origin and Growth of the English Constitution.’

TAYLOR, Henry Martyn M A., F.R.S. Fellow and former Tutor of Trinity College, Cambridge; Mayor of Cambridge, 1900-01.

TAYLOR, John ; Librarian, Free Library, Bristol; author of ‘Tintern Abbey and its Founders,’ ‘The Earliest Free Libraries of England,’ ‘A Book About Bristol,’ ‘Bristol and Clifton, Old and New’; joint--author of ‘Bristol, Past and Present.’


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