THURSFIELD, James Richard, N.A.; formerly Fellow of Jesus Coll., Oxford; author of Peel, part--author of The Navy and the Nation.
THURSTON, Prof. Robert Henry, C.E., A.M., LL.D.; Director of Sibley College, and Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University; some-time President Am. Society Mechanical Engineers; inventor of Testing Machines, etc. ; author of Manual of the Steam Boiler, History of the Steam Engine, Materials of Engineering, etc.
THWING, The Rev. Charles Franklin, D.D., LL.D. ; President, Western Reserve University and Adelbert College; author of American Colleges, The Reading of Books, Within College Walls, American College in American Life, etc.
TIEDEMANN, H. Anglo-Dutch journalist; ex-President of the Foreign Press Association.
TIELE, C. P.; Theol.D., Litt.D., Hon. M.R.A.S.; Professor of the Science of Religion in the University of Leyden from 1877 ; author of Outlines of History of Religion, History of the Religion of Ancient Times, Comparative History of Egyptian and Meso-potamian Divine Worship.
TIELE, P. A. ; formerly Librarian, Utrecht Uni-versity; author of Biographical and Historical Memoir on the Voyages of the Dutch Navigators, and of many articles on history and bibliography in various journals.
TILLEY, Arthur Augustus, M.A.; Fellow and Classical Lecturer, Kings College, Cambridge; author of The Literature of the French Renaissance.
TODD, J. Spencer Brydges, C.M.G.; Secretary, Dept. oi Agent-General for Cape of Good Hope in London ; Executive Commissioner, Paris, for Uni-versal Exhibition, 1878; author of The Resident Magistrate at the Cape of Good Hope, Handy Guide to Laws and Regulations at the Cape of Good Hope.
TOMES, Charles Sissmore, M.A., F.R.C.S., F.R.S. ; Lecturer on Dental Anatomy at Dental Hospital of London; author of A Manual of Dental Anatomy, Human and Comparative.
TOZER, Rev. Henry Fanshawe, M.A.; Fellow and formerly Tutor of Exeter College, Oxford ; author of Lectures on the Geography of Greece, The Islands of the Aegean, Classical Geography, His-tory of Ancient Geography.
TRAILL, James William Helenus. M.A., M.D., F.R.S. ; Regius Professor of Botany, University of Aberdeen, from 1877 ; author of many papers on botanical and zoological subjects in scientific journals.
TREBLE, Rev. Edmund John, A.K.C.L.; Engl-lish Chaplain, Wiesbaden ; author of Plain Teaching about the Church of England, etc.
TRENT, William Peterfield, A.M., LL,.D. ; Prof. of English, Columbia University, New York; formerly editor of the Sewanee Review; author of English Culture in Virginia, Southern States-men of the Old Régime, Life of William Gilmore Simms, Robert E. Lee, etc.
TRIMEN, Henry M.B., F.L.S., F.R.S.; Lecturer on Botany at St. Marys Hospital ; Director of the Botanical Gardens at Peradeniya, Ceylon ; joint-author of the Flora of Middlesex, and Medicinal Plants; author of A Handbook to the Flora of Ceylon; editor of the Journal of Botany.
TRIPP, Hon. Bartlett; late U.S. Minister to Austria; Chief-Justice of the Supreme Court of Dakota Territory, 1885-89.
TROLLOPE, Thomas Adolphus; author of The Girlhood of Catherine de Medici, Life of Pius the Ninth, A Decade of Italian Women, Beppo the Conscript, Marietta, and many other novels.
TROTTER, Coutts, F.R.S.E.; Edinburgh.
TROTTER, Lieut.-Colonel Henry, C.B.; British Delegate on the European Commission of the Danube, and H.B.M. Consul-General for Rumania; served 1863-75 on great Trigonometrical Survey of India; accompanied mission to Yarkand and Kashgar, 1873-74; special service in China, 1876; additional military attaché at Constantinople during Turko-Russian War, 1877-78; Consul for Kurdistan, 1878-82; military attaché, Constantinople, 1882-89 ; Consul-General in Syria, 1890-94; has acted as H.M. Chargé d'Affaires at Bucharest; author of various papers contributed to the Royal Geog. Soc.
TROUP, Charles Edward, C.B., M.A.; Principal Clerk in the Horne Office from 1896; chairman of Committee on Identification of Habitual Criminals; editor of Judicial Statistics of England and Wales, author of The Future of Free Trade.
TUKE, Sir John Batty, M.D., D.Sc., M.P.; Medical Superintendent, Saughton Hall Asylum, Edinburgh; Member of General Medical Council of Registration and Education ; Medical Superintendent of Fife. and Kinross Asylum, 1865-73: author of Morrison Lectures, Insanity of Over-exertion of the Brain.
TULLOCH, Very Rev. John, D.D., LL.D.; Principal of St. Marys College, University of St Andrews; author of Leaders of the Reformation, English Puritanism and its Leaders, Rational Theology and Christian Philosophy in England in the Seventeenth Century, Pascal; editor of Frasers Magazine.
TURNBULL, Hon. Justice; Pietermaritrzburg, Natal.
TURNER, Cuthbert Hamilton, M.A.; Fellow of Magdafen College, Oxford; co-editor of the Journal of Theological Studies.
TURNER, Frederick J., Ph.D.; Professor of American History, University of Wisconsin.
TURNER, Herbert Hall, D.Sc., F.R.S.; Savilian Professor of Astronomy, Oxford; Fellow of New College, Oxford; member of Senate of Cambridge University; formerly Fellow of Trin. Coll., Camb., and chief assistant Royal Observatory, Greenwich; author of Modern Astronomy.
TURNER, Sir William, K.C.B., D.Sc., F.R.S.; Professor of Anatomy, University of Edinburgh; editor of the Journal of Anatomy and Physiology.
TURNER, Rev. William; author of Studies, Biblical and Oriental.
TWISS, Sir Travers, Q.C., D.C.L., F.R.S.; Fellow of University College, Oxford, 1830-63 ; Tutor, 1836-43; Drummond Professor of Political Economy, 1842-47 ; Professor of International Law, Kings Coll., London, 1852-55; Regius Professor of Civil Law, Oxford, 1855-70; author of Epitome of Niebuhrs History of Rome, The Law of Nations considered as Independent Political Communities, and of many dissertations on international law.
TYLOR, Edward Burnett, LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.S.; Professor of Anthropology, Oxford; Keeper of the University Museum since 1883 ; author of Anahuac, Mexico and the Mexicans, Researches into the Early History of Mankind, Primitive Culture, Anthropology, The Natural History of Religion.
UXITA, Goji; Chancellor of the Japanese Legation, London.
UNWIN, William Cawthorne, F.R.S., M.Inst.C.E.; Prof. of Civil and Mechanical Engineer-ing, Central Technical College, City and Guilds of London Institute; instructor at Royal School of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Kensington, 1868-72; Professor of Engineering, Central Technical Collegee of the Guilds of London, Kensingron, from 1885; President, Section G. British Association, 1892; author of Wrought Iron Bridges and Roofs, Machine Design, The Testing of Materials of Construction, The Development and Transmission of Power from Central Stations, etc.
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