WILHELM, C.; designer of theatrical spectacle; author of Essays on Ballet and Spectacle, etc.
WILKINS, Augustus Samuel, LL.D., Litt.D.; Professor of Latin and Comparative Philology, Owens College, Manchester, from 1860 ; author of The Light of the World, Phoenicia and Israel, National Edu-cation in Greece in the Fourth Century before Christ, Roman Antiquities, Roman Literature.
WILKINSON, H. F. ; late editor of The Field; author of Modern Athletics.
WILKINSON, Henry Spenser M.A.; on staff of the Morning Post ; author of Citizen Soldiers, Essays on the War Game, Exercises in Strategy and Tactics (from the German), The Great Alter-native, a Plea for a National Policy, The Command of the Sea, The Brain of the Navy, British Policy in South Africa, Lessons of the War, War and Policy.
WILLCOX, Walter F., LL.B., Ph.D.; Chief Statistician, U.S. Census Bureau; Professor of Social Science and Statistics, Cornell University; Member of the American Social Science Association, and Secretary of the American Economical Association; author of The Divorce Problem: A Study in Statistics, Social Statistics of the United States, etc.
WILLEY, Arthur, M.A., D.Sc., F. R.S.; Curator of the Colombo Museum; formerly Tutor of Columbia University, New York; author of Amphioseus and the Ancestry of the Vertebrates.
WILLIAMS, Aneurin; author of Relation of Co-operative Movements to National and International Commerce, etc.
WILLIAMS, Lieut.-Col. A.B.; 7th Battalion, Ride Brigade.
WILLIAMS, E. H., M.D.; formerly Associate Professor ol Pathology, State University of Iowa; and Assistant Physician at the Hospital for the Insane, Matteawan, N.Y., and at the Manhattan State Hospital, N.Y.
WILLIAMS, Sir E. Leader ; consulting engineer, Manchester Ship Canal ; engaged as engineer since 1846 on the works of the Great Northern Railway, etc. ; chief engineer of the Manchester Ship Canal during its construction; author of papers printed in Proceedings of Institution of Civil Engineers.
WILLIAMS, Henry Smith, M.D., B.Sc.; former lecturer in the Hartford School of Sociology, U.S.A. ; editor of forthcoming History of the World in 25 volumes; author of The Story of Nineteenth Century Science, The History of the Art of Writing, The Lesson of Heredity, etc.
WILLIAMS, James, D.C.L.; Fellow of Lincoln Coll., Oxford; Hon. LL.D., Yale; author of The Schoolmaster and the Law, Wills and Succession, The Institutes of Justinian, illustrated by English Law, and other works on legal questions; also of A Lawyers Leisure, Ethandune, Simple Stories of London, in verse.
WILLIAMS, Richard; Newtown, Montgomery-shire.
WILLIAMS, R. Vaughan. B.A ; Mus. Doc., Trinity College, Cambridge.
WILLIAMS, Hon. Talcott; editor of the Philadelphia Press.
WILLIAMSON, Benjamin, D.Sc., D.C.L., F.R.S. ; Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin; Professor of Natural Philosophy, University of Dublin, 1884; author of Treatise on the Differential Calculus, Mathematical Theory of Stress and Strain, and other mathematical works.
WILLIAMSON, George C.. Litt.D., F.R.S.L.; author of Portrait Miniatures, Richard Cosway, R.A., and his Companions, George Engleheart, Andrew and Nathaniel Plimer, Pietro Perugino, Bernardino Luini, etc.
WILLIAMSON, William Crawford, LL.D., F. R. S. ; formerly Professor of Botany, Owens College, Manchester; lectured on Science for the Gilchrist trustees; made extensive and valuable investigations in geology, zoology, and botany, particularly in palaeobotany.
WILLSON, Beckles; on staft of Boston Globe, U.S.A., 1887; correspondent in Cuba, 1888; editor, Press of Atlanta, Georgia, 1889; staff of New York Herald, 1890; staff of London Daily Mail, 1896-98; author of Harold: an Experiment, 1891, Drift, 1893, The Tenth Island, 1897, The Great Company, 1899.
WILSON, Andrew, M.B., Ph.D., F.R.S.E., F.L.S., F.Z.S. ; Lecturer on Zoology and Comparative Ana-tomy, Edinburgh Medical School ; formerly Examiner, Faculty of Medicine, University of Glasgow; author of Studies in Life and Sense, Chapters on Evolu-tion, Leaves from a Naturalists Note-Book, Ele-ments of Zoology, Brain and Nerve, etc.
WILSON, Charles Heath; painter and architect; formerly Master of the Glasgow School of Art ; author of Life and Works of Michelangelo Buonarroti.
WILSON Maj.-Gen. Sir Charles Willia R.E., WC.B., K.C.M.G., D.C.L., LL.D., F.R secretary to North American Boundary Commission, 1858-62 ; surveys of Jerusalem and Palestine, 1864-66 ; survey of Sinai, 1868-69 ; British Commissioner Servian Boundary Commission, 1878-79; Consul-Gen. Anatolia, 1879-82; served in Egypt, 1882-83; Nile Ex-pedition, 1884-85; Director-Gen. Ordnance Survey, 1886-94; Director-Gen. of Military Education, 1895--1898 ; President Geographical Section British Associa-tion, Belfast, 1874 ; Bath, 1888; author of Notes to Ordnance Survey of Jerusalem, From Korti to Khartûm, Life of Lord Clive, Murrays Handbooks to Constantinople and Asia Minor.
WILSON, Sir Daniel; Hon. Sec. of the Scottish Society of Antiquaries, 1845 ; Professor of History and English Literature, Toronto University, 1853: President of Toronto University, 1885; author of Oliver Cromwell and the Protectorate, The Archm-ology and Prehistoric Annals of Scotland, Chatter-ton, a Biographical Study, Reminiscences of Old Edinburgh.
WILSON, Henry Bringhurst; formerly of the British Museum.
WILSON; John, LL.D.; Principal of the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester, 1846-50 ; Professor of Agriculture and Rural Economy, Edinburgh University, 1854-85 ; commissioner to the British agricultural department in the exhibition at Paris; author of Our Farm Crops, and other works on agriculture.
WILSON, Rev. John, M.A.; of Abernyte, Forfar-shire; author of Aenigma Vitae, Thomas Carlyle, etc.
WILSON, Robert; formerly Lecturer on Animal Physiology to the School of Art, Edinburgh; editor of The Human Race.
WILSON, William; of theVictoria Baths, Glasgow; author of Swimming, Diving, and How to Save Life, The Swimming Instructor.
WILSON, W. J.; of the Canadian Geological Survey.
WINCHESTER, The Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of Herbert Edward Ryle, D.D.; Warburton Lecturer 1899-1903; Fellow, Kings Coll., Cambridge, 1881; Divinity. Lecturer at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1861-84, etc. ; Hulsean Professor of Divinity, Cambridge University, 1887-1901; Presi-dent of Queens College, Cambridge, 1896-1001; Bishop of Exeter, 1900-1903; author of The, Canon of the Old Testament, The Early Narratives of Genesis, Commentary on Ezra and Nehemiah, Philo and Holy Scripture, etc.
WINSOR, Justin, LL.D.; Librarian of Harvard College, 1877; President of the American Library Association from 1876 to 1886; Superintenclent of Boston Public Library, 1868-77; author of Memorial History of Boston, The Readers Handbook of the American Revolution; editor of Narrative and Critical History of America, Bibliography of Original Quartos and Folios of Shakespeare.
WINTER, Miss E. G. ; contributor to The Times Gazetteer.
WIREN, Axel, Ph.D. Professor of Comparative Anatomy, and Director of the Zootomical Laboratory, Univ. of Upsala ; formerly Professor of Zoology.
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