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Surnames: C-CAZ


CABLE, George Washington, A.M., D.L. author of ‘Old Creole Days,’ ‘The Grandissimes,’ ‘Dr Sevier,’ John March, Southerner, etc.

CAILLARD, Sir Vincent Henry Penalver, K.B. ; Assistant Commissioner for England on Montenegrin Frontier Commission, 1879; on Arab Tabia Commission, 1879; attached to Sir Beauchamp Seymour, Naval Demonstration, Dulcigno, 1880; attached Headquarters Staff Egyptian Campaign, 1882; appointed President of the Ottoman Public Debt Council, 1883 ; Financial Representative of England, Holland, and Belgium in Constantinople.

CAIRD, Edward, LL.D., D.C.L., D.Litt. ; sometime Fellow of Merton Coll., Oxford; Master of Balliol Coll., Oxford, since 1893 ; Professor of Moral Philosophy, Glasgow University, 1866-93 ; author of ‘Philosophy of Kant,’ ‘The Religion and Social Philosophy of Comte,’ ‘The Evolution of Religion.’

CAIRD, Francis Mitchell, M.B., F.R.C.S. ; Assist-ant Surgeon of Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh; Lecturer on Surgery at Edinburgli Med. Sch. ; part-author of ‘Student’s Atlas of Bones and Ligaments,’ ‘A Surgical Handbook’ ; contributor to medical journals.

CALLENDAR, Hugh Lougbourne, LL.D., F.R.S.; Professor of Physics, Royal Coll. of Science, London; Professor of Physics, M’ Gill Coll., Montreal, 1893-98.

CAMBRIDGE, Rev. Octavius Pickard, M.A., F.R.S. ; Rector of Bloxworth, Dorset, from 1868; author of ‘Specific Descriptions of Trap-Door Spiders,’ ‘The Spiders of Dorset.’

CAMERON, D. A. ; H. M. Consul A Port Said, with jurisdiction over all the coast-line east of Damietta Light to El-Arish, the Suez Maritime Canal, and the banks of the canal, including the towns of Ismailia and Suez.

CAMERON, Peter; author of ‘Notes on the Fauna and Flora of the West of Scotland,’ and the article on Hymenoptera in ‘Biologia Centrali-Americana.’

CAMERON, T. W. ; Newcastle.

CAMP, Walter, New Haven, U.S.A.; author of ‘Book of College Sports,’ ‘American Football,’ etc.

CAMPBELL, Donald, M.D., F.S.A.; Member of the Scottish Meteorological Society.

CAMPBELL, F.J., M.D., LL.D. ; Principal of the Royal Normal College and Academy of Music for the Blind, London ; on staff of Perkin’s Institution for the Blind, Boston, U.S.A., 1858-69.

CAMPBELL, J. G. D., M.A. ; H.M. Inspector of Schools; educational adviser to the King of Siam, 1899-1901.

CAMPBELL, Rev. Lewis, N.A., LL.D.; Emeritus Professor of Greek, University of St Andrews; Hon. Fellow of Balliol Coll., Oxford; Gifford Lecturer, St Andrews, 1894-95; author of ‘Sophocles in Euglish Verse,’ ‘Aeschylus in English Verse’; edition of Plato’s ‘Republic’ (with Professor Jowett), ‘Life of Benjamin Jowett’ (with E. Abbott), ‘Religion in Greek Literature,’ ‘Letters of B. Jowett’ (with E. Abbott), ‘The Nationalization of the Old English Universities,’etc.

CANA, Frank R., F. R. G. S. ; author of ‘Traveller’s Companion and Guide,’ and ‘Boers and British,’ 1899; for many years on the staff of the St. James’s Gazette.’

CANDLISH, Rev. James S., D.D.; formerly Professor of Divinity, Free Church College, Glasgow; author of ‘The Christian Sacraments,’ ‘Calvin,’ ‘The Christian Doctrine of God,’ and other works on theology.

CANTOR, Moritz, Ph.D.; Professor of Mathematics, University of Heidelberg; author of ‘Vorlesungen über Geschichte der Mathematik.’

CARDEW, Major Philip, R.E.; formerly In-structor in Electricity, School of Military Engineering, Chatham; appointed Electrical Adviser, Board of Trade, 1889.

CARLYLE, E. I., M.A., F.R. Hist. Soc.; Fellow of Merton College, Oxford ; assist.-editor of the ‘Dictionary of National Biography.’

CARÖE, William Douglas, M.A., F.S.A, Architect to Ecclesiastical Commission, to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, etc.; Fellow and Member of the Council, R.I. B.A. ; part-author of ‘Sefton.’

CARPENTER, William Benjamin, C B., M.D., LLD., F.R.S. ; Fullerian Professor of Physiology at the Royal Institution ; Professor of Medical Juris-prudence at University College, 1849 ; Examiner and Registrar of University of London, 1856 ; editor of the ‘British and Foreign Medico-Chirurgical Review,’ and a ‘Popular Cyclopaedia of Science’; author of Principles of General and Comparative Physiology,’ ‘The Microscope and its Revelations.’

CARR, Rev Arthur, M.A.; sometime Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford; assistant master, Wellington College, 1960-82; Vicar of Addington, Croydon, since 1894 ; author of ‘Notes on the Greek Testament : the Gospel according to St John,’ and other works of biblical criticism.

CARR, Rev. George B.; Edinburgh.

CARR, J. W. Comyns; critic and dramatist; managing director of Lyceum Theatre; art critic on the ‘Pall Mall Gazette’; English editor of ‘L’Art’ from 1875 ; author of ‘The Abbey Church of St Albans,’ Essays on Art,’ ‘A Fireside Hamlet,’ ‘Art in Provincial France.’

CARRINGTON, Benjamin; author of the section on ‘Cryptogams’ in the ‘Flora of the West Riding.’

CARRUTHERS, Robert, LL.P.; edited the ‘Inverness Courier,’ 1928-78; part-editor of ‘Chambers’s Cyclopaedia of English Literature’ ; Lecturer at the Philosophical Institution, Edinburgh; author of ‘History of Huntingdon,’ ‘Life of Pope.’

CARSON, Howard A.; formerly chief engineer of the Metropolitan Sewerage Commission and now chief engineer of the Transit Commission, Boston, U.S.A. ; sometime President of the Boston Society of Civil Engineers.

CARTER, Albert Charlies Robinson; assistant editor ot ‘The Year’s Art,’ 1887 ; editor, 1894; editor of ‘The Year’s Music,’ 1898 ; art critic of Manchester Courier’ and ‘Pall Mall Gazette.’

CARTER, Rev. Andrew; Stirling.

CARTER, Hayne ; Chartered Accountant; author of ‘Practical Book-keeping.’

CARVER, Thomas Gilbert K.C., M.A.; author of ‘On tle Law relating to the Carriage of Goods by Sea.’

CASE, Thomas, M. A. ; Waynflete Professor of Moral and Metaphysical Philosophy, Oxford; Fellow of Magdalen ; formerly Fellow of Brasenose; author of ‘Materials for History of Athenian Democracy from Solon to Pericles,’ ‘Realism in Morals,’ ‘Physical Realism.’

CASTLE, Egerton, M.A.; author of ‘Schools and Masters of Fence,’ ‘English Book-Plates,’ ‘The Light of Scarthey,’ ‘The Jerningham Letters,’ ‘The Pride of Jennico,’ ‘The Bath Comedy,’ ‘Young April,’ etc.

CATES, William Leist Readwin; published a ‘Dictionary of General Biography’; author of a History of England from the Death of Edward the Confessor to the Death of King John’; part-author of ‘Encyclopaedia of Chronology.’

CAULFIELD, Richard LL. D ; Irish antiquary; Librarian of the Royal Cork Ins’t., 1864, and of Queen’s College, Cork, 1876; edited the ‘Annals of Cork, Youghal, and Kinsale’; author of ‘Annals of St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Cork.’

CAYLEY, Arthur LL. D., F R.S.; sometime Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; Sadlerian Professor of ‘Mathematics at Cambridge, 1863; ex-President of Royal Astronomical Soc. and of the Brit. Assoc. ; author of ‘Elementary Treatise on Elliptic Functions’ and numerous papers on mathematics.

CAZENOVE, Rev. John Gibson, D.D.; Sub--Dean and Chancellor of the Cathedral Church of St Mary, Edinburgh, from 1878; late Assistant Lecturer in the Theological Coll., Edinburgh ; author of ‘Historic Aspects of the à priori Argument con-cerning the Being and Attributes of God,’ and other works on theology and Church history.

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